University of Oklahoma - Sooner Yearbook (Norman, OK)

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t gqr m wii i i i i; i r» i ari i »i n aMtf»fc « Sy X it LJ l nil liii! . ' xoc Kf !:eas7a.- ?• ■ 1950 SOONER YEARBOOK JACK CUTHBERT Editor C. H. BRITE General Manager of Publications C. JOE HOLLAND Supervisor of Publications Secretaries SHIRLEY CAMPBELL CHARLINE MORELAND Printing and Binding ECONOMY ADVERTISING COMPANY Iowa City, Iowa Engraving SOUTHWESTERN ENGRAVING CO. Tulsa, Oklahoma Cover KINGSKRAFT Kingsport, Tennessee Class Photographers UNIVERSITY STUDIOS Norman, Oklahoma Beauty Photographers CURTIS STUDIO Oklahoma City, Oklahoma CARLOS PHOTOS Evanston, Illinois RAMON GRIFFIN Oklahoma City, Oklahoma Feature Photographers KEN MARTIN JOHN STEWART FLOYD BRIGHT Carto onist DICK BIBLER I i Of 10 5 IH 8IJH Of TH ' V »J lg .•■y ■%t . The Education Building when it was the Library with the first G mnasium in the background. THE GROWTH OF jy Of the people, by the people and for the people may be saiil, too, of a State University. True enough, the University of Oklahoma existed before there was a State of Oklahoma. Hur progress and welfare of the two have been, and always will be interwoven closely. In 1892, in a rented building, the L niver- sity opened her doors to pioneer Territorial students. Soon sin- occupied a lone building of her own on bald prairie. H l ' X)7, when Oklahoma become a State, there were 7 ' X1 students — ,1 6 of them at college level. The late president, William Bennett Bizzell, leading an early graduating class into Holinberg. first building was destroyed by lire few years after completion. (irailuatts vith degrees secure pay heed tci the advice offered by commencement speaker. Hands gripping enrollment packets were the order of the day during registration at the Field House. SlflTf P O Today ' s stiulcnt.- mmiht-r high in the thousands. There were 11,302 in resiik-ncc durinu: the 1949-50 fall semester — close to the record heights of the years just preceding. Increase in stu- dent citizens has meant development of the University State along every line. Facilities must grow. This year we saw dedi- cation of the new Women ' s Quadrangle as one of the nation ' s finest centers for college women. Enlargement of Owen Field Stadium to hold 53,000 OV football fans was completed. And we watched the beginning of a new expansion of the Oklahoma Mcniinl;;! rn .n buiMin ' -. With the physical growth of the University mushroomed a new development, Sooner City. Owen Stadium Is -nI;iiii;L ' d and modernized l v the addition of a new north end. Steam shovels and trucks make way for the new south of the Union Building. n HI E n T J ' .xpaiision and growth bring problems that must be solved by efficient administration and the in- tense, sincere interest ot Soo; " .cr educators and Sooner citizens. Oklahoma State Regents tor Higher Education form one of the imjiortant lii k.i between OU go - ernment and Olclahoma govern- ment. University of Oklahoma Board of Regents forms another. The bond is a strong one. At the head of the organization ■hich is our University, President George L. Cross directs a program of re- search, instruction and service. Three men work closely with Dr. Cross to keep abreast of the many-phased, ever-charging task of go erning our Uiiiversity. An executive vice president, a finai;cial ice president and a legal coun- selor arc inipnitanr ;c presidential ,iii I ' s ' -iv. .AiMitiniial ;i.l fcv is re- ciiMil trom rhf- l)(-;ins ' Council and the Faculty Senate. ' z !ir (K-orge L. Cross, Carl M. Franklin, Roscoe Cate, Dr. John B. Cheadle. Stair Ri-gnils for Highrr Education: Guy H. James, John H. Kane, Thomas C. Sexton, .Administrative .Assistant V. D. Little, Or. M. A.. Nash, Chancellor Clee O. Doggett, Guy Harris, John Rogers, Frank Buttram, Dial Currin, Wharton Mathies. • ■ - ' • ■ : : ti i=ii S .. K Board of Regents: Dr. Oscar White, Dave J. Morgan, Kent Shartel, Don Emery, Emil R. Kraettli, Secretary T. R. Benedum, Ned Shepler, Joe McBride. The Deans ' Couneil: Earl Sneed, Jr., Dr. John R. Rackley, Dr. Glenn C. Couch, Dr. Mark R. Everett, W. H. Carson, Dr. Laurence H. Snyder, Dr. E. D. Meacham, Dr. John E. Fellows, Dr. Ralph W. Clark, Harrison Kerr, Dr. Horace B. Brown. DR. JOHN E. FELLOWS Dean of Admissions and Records PAUL MacMINN Dean of Students With musical background from Maestro Glenn Cotham and his discs, Theo Hunter, Barbara Elliott, and Gene Whittington entertain KU ' y listeners. TH{ VOICf Of THf U a touchdoun. There is more to L ni ersity goxernnient than a series of lilies laid down by administrators and faculty. The voice of the University State ' s student citizens has a vital, efifective place in its operation. From the time we gathered in Freshman Con- vocation until our last assembly at Commencement Exercises, we find dozens of group opportunities for taking part in this government. Jointly and individually our voice is heard. It comes not only in roars from the crowd at a football game. It is heard in student newspapers, through stiulent and University radio stations. It makes its effect in student ballot boxe.s — the elections of Student Senators and the deliberation of those Sen- ators. It sounds through active organizations like the A.ssocia- tion of Women Students, the Independent Men ' s A.s.sociation, the Interfraternity Council. The voice ot the governed is a necessary sound in government as we know it. And so it is in this State-Within- A-State of ours. Freshmen get their first introductinn to the " Voice that speaks to the People " during Freshman Orientation Week. President John Young speaks for the Student Senate. . lpha Phi Omega iv an able custodian The voice of the .Association of Women Students is its president, I ' leaiior I !ricksoii. % OPPORlUniTIES Citizenship, in the sense we know it, carries many responsibilities. It implies also: opportunities. The opportunities we find in our University State are manifold. They are opportunities to prepare our- selves for full citizenship, happy citizenship, intelli- gent citizenship in Oklahoma, the United States and the world. Here we pick the wa ' of future life which matches best our interests and our talents. Here we choose among hundreds of path s to learn- ing and, having made our choices, find new vistas of knowledge, new beauties of education, with every step we take along the way. The sciences, the fine arts, the liberal arts all are at our disposal here, waiting for the touchstones of questing minds. The professions open their gates to us — law, medicine, engineering, education, pharmacy. Business ' s many branches beckon. If we wish to search further into the areas we like best, there are wonderful oppor- tunities to carry study forward into the forefront of many fields, with graduate work under scholarly experts. JkrV . Andrew C. Harris, ph.irmacy major, studies quantitative analysis so that he can till accurate prescriptions. Richard V ' eech, with the assistance of Professor Francis R. Cella, prepares data for the Bureau of Business Research bulletin. - -t,?l i- " r-iC ' ,0f THE PII£ll.Sliy.SJ 11 BB NEW BOOKS I I I jLJ ii tnii ' await tht-ir turn at the Inaii desk nt tlir lilitar FORCEFUL CULTUFIFIL inFLUFHCFS IDOLD THFIR Sylva Nedow rehearses for a fnrtheiiminK concert nf the liiix ersil SMnph ' mv. Dana (Jihson fcains practical experience in the art nf sketching while Ruth Black furnishes the inspiration. Modern dance interpreted h Joanna Andre- knwski forms another facet of (H " s cnhural devcLiptnent. Phelps Manning raises an imperial hand at Tommy Long, Bnli Barr, and Genevieve Willett in the University Playhouse production of " Caligula " . The beautiful Glad Miti..p " litai Swarthout brings a touch of the a In Holmberg Hall. Our IJ iiiversity State seeks to de-.elop soniethiiig more tlian technical experts, something more than mere scholars. It aims that we, its student-citizens, should quickly find our places as happy, well-rounded citizens of the society to which we go from here. Cultural influences are of highest importance in contributing to this future well-being toward which we aim. Our lJiu ' ersity offers us a continuous choice of the finest in artistic and cultural programs. In the William Bennett Bizzell Memorial Library — one of the Southwest ' s finest — we can rub shoulders w ith tiie wisdom of the world ' s past and present, and learn to Io e, respect and enjoy good books. Everywhere on the campus we lind new chances to take part in musical, artistic and dramatic activities. An l for those in which we do not choose to participate, there are programs and ex- hibits to be enjoyed. An annual Celebrity Series brings top musi- cal artists each year, and a Public Lecture Series is one of several channels through which we receive a succession of speakers from among the nation ' s finest scholars and authorities. Ill native turban Madhu Thakt-r stiikcN a piiM to show National Giogrti ' hif editors that they can do their globe-trotting around the OU campus. IHf SPHffif Musical arti t aiiil scholar-speakers from throughout the United States are only a por- tion of the visitors to our University State. There are those who come from much greater distances. The services and influences of our schools and colleges extend beyond the cam- pus edge, beyond Oklahoma boundaries, be- yond the country ' s border. From the nations of the world, from the corners of the earth, scores of students gather to mingle and stud with Oklahoma ' s own. In our International Club and in our International House, in classes and in leisure time, we exchange friend- ships and understanding. In other depart- ments of our State- Vithin-A-State we learn how to maka a living, how to know our gov- ernment, how to get along with the man next door anil enjoy our society. Here we add an important new knowledge — how to inuier- stand and sunpathi .e with the fellow-citizens who share our world. We gain a new pleas- ure ami a new liuniilit ;is we disco er that, to gi e u,-- tin- lull future happiness which we seek, our I rnvcrsitv State must encompass tlie world. AliTTKul Kianpoor, InterTiational Club prexy, mugs camera. In the foreground, an unidentitied arm arouiid an unidentified back and a good lime is being had by all. It looks like a real jam-session on the maracas tor Roberto Menile and .Alberto Quirov. C ' hih-Tan Ln flashes his brightest oriental smile while Fali Spencer looks distracted. The new Latin American combo m full swinj;. Of sfRvicE 18 [VfR-npflnoinG Hnw does one carry on a conversation in Indian and Persian? It looks simple this w; Madhn Thal er, Manu Charidaria and Ahmad Kianpoiir do it. Fred Lunn and Rosemary Axtell are carried a va bv a livelv Mexican folk dance. Ooverniir Turner, honorary member of International CInb, si; the membership bonk with the smiling approval of Maria Elena Rosas, Ruth Ihmter, and Ahmad Kianponr. Students from many far-a " a lands enjoy . merican dancing, to O ciii tns Of m ooivfRsiiY sMt I fh ' rpi ADMINISTRATION CLASSES MILITARY MKDICINE WHfll IHtY DO FEATIRKS SOCIE ' IY PIBLICAHONS ORGANIZATIONS H IHfIR WILL TO win FOOTBALL BASKETBALL OTHER SPORTS L TRAMURALS ® WHtfit IHtY LIVE SORORITIES FRATERNLTIES IN DE pi; X DENTS DORMS mmmk ■ii - " ' ' " i7 tf ' •. - ;y: -..vt OV " " " ' The North Oi-al J eelng tke S tate ' Page 17 •} W .. . ' : ik s, . y V . -fTJ Cpi ' %i - ■; . Pifer |g| c:- H ' 5- ' •■ ' i ' lamasjsvBrs ' •V. •HI. 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MiiMi V ' " i. ;» --: ' v ' 7:.:i?f: ' . .So (),al Archix:a .irttiorx BMiiifHHItliHilHiiattWMiaiiil IHf SIflH Of IHf UfllVtfiSIIY The backbone of our great nation is its citizens. These citizens are molded by the universities and colleges of America. A I niversity State must train its citizens in cooperation and competent leadership by active participation in ( ' niversity undertakings. The citizens of this university state are being introduced to the complex world and are gleaning a knowledge of civic responsibility and control, Tiie learn the importance of world affairs and the meaning of world peace. They learn that each lias iiis job and his responsibilitv in thi ' State of the I iiixersitN and tiie Nation ot the World. DriiioiiYiry in lution us Prcsiddil Gioryc L. Cross discussts prohltnis of the U nivcrsity Sititf iiith rep- itscnliitivcs of the sludtnt body. A record mnjil " i mI r nluates are aw.inlnl iluir h.iul-c :n ruil degrees at enninierieement exercises iti the Melil llmise. THE university is made up of many organizations in which members learn the workings of democ- racy through practice. Not only do the members learn the fundamentals of citizenship but, also, the officers learn leadership and gain the ability to make a group of individuals work as a whole. The Student Senate is a body representative of all citizens of this state. In their meetings they attempt, through legislative action, to unify student academic, cultural, recreational and social coiuiitions at O.l ' . And so it is that citizen-students arc exposed to the framework ot democracy. I ' .n Si.ul sl.nuliiiL ul HaruKI ( ' uiur auarils .luring llu Oads Pa lestivities. e. ouernor o u ner hrst Citizens of tiic Iniversity State liave a sincere, effective supporter in thi citizen of the State of Oklahoma — Roy J. Turner. Fighting successfully for a bond issue to improve state institutions, Ciovernor Turner has opened the way to great advances in instruction, research and service at OU and other state schools. He will have a special pride in these new steps forward. Page 37 fr. m mm for The University of Oklahoma is one of the colleges and uni- versities included in the Oklahoma State System of Higher Education. Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education, a nine-man board, heads this program and coordinates operations of the constituent institutions. The Board was established by a con- stitutional amendment which was adopted in 1941 b the peo- ple of the state in a special election. All institutions of higher education which are supported wholly or in part by direct legislative appropriations are integral parts of the state system of higher education. Private, denomi- national and other independent institutions may become co- ordinated with the system under regulations set forth by the governing boards. Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education are con- cerned primarily with allocating funds which the Legislature appropriates for higher education, and with assignment of func- tions among the various institutions in the System. The State Regents cooperate with the governing boards, presidents and other administrative officers of state colleges and universities in preparing budget needs to be presented for legis- lative consideration. The Regents recommend a consolidated budget to the Legislature, which decides on the appropriations in alternate years. The Regents then allocate the funds to the various state institutions under their control. The State Regents also are authorized to prescribe standards of admission and graduation for Oklahoma institutions, grant degrees and other forms of academic recognition, recommend proposed fees, transfer property from one institution to another, authorize the use of revolving funds, and make reports to the (uivernor and Legislature on school needs, functions and progress. The Governor appoints the Regents with appro al of the State Senate. Each serves nine ears. w itli the term of one ex- piring every year. Members of the Board include John llenr Kane, Bartles- ville, chairman ; William D. Little, Ada, vice-chairman ; Dial Currin, Shawnee, .secretary; Guy Herndon James, Oklahoma City, assistant secretary; Clee Oliver Doggett, Cherokee; Guy Harris, Ardmore ; Wharton IVLathies, Clayton; Frank Buttram, Oklahoma City, and John Rogers, Tulsa. Dr. Mell A. Nash is cliancellor of the Board, ' i ' homas G. Sexton is adniinistrati e assistant. Office of the state Regents is in llie Oklahoma State Capitol, Oklahoiua Citv. l-irsi R,m Irfl h, rif;l,l: Hr. M. . ' . ;ivli, Okhili.iiiKi Ciix; WlKirKin Matliirs, { ' lavtoii. Scioiid Roiv: (luy Harris, AriliiKii ThirtI Roii ' : Dial Ciirriii, Shinviin Fourth Rn-w: jcihri II. Karii, Unnl Fifth Row: V,u II. jarncs, Oklali. Citv. (In O. PdUKcIl, C ' lurokfi-. W. n. I.illU ' , .Alia. ill. ' ; J. .111! RcmTN TuKa. I (in ; I ' laiik Hiilliain, (Iklalicuna Page 38 m SK issm M First Roiv, left to right: Ned Shepler, I.awtcui; J(;e McBride, Anadarkn; Don Emery, Bartlesville Dave Morgan, Blackwt Second Row: T. R. Benedum, Norman; Kent Shartel, Oklahoma City; Dr. Oi-car White, Oklahoma City. Final decisions on University administration and poIic rest with seven men: the Board of Regents. Once each month these men drop their business affairs and leave their homes throughout the state, in good weather or bad, to convene at Norman and conduct busi- ness of the institutions under their control. The Regents are the men who choose the University ' s President, who determine the way in which the Univer- sity ' s funds shall be used — approving departmental budg- ets, receiving bids and letting contracts for campus con- struction. On recommendation of the President they appoint faculty and staff members and pass on promotions and title changes. Also govern ed by the Board of Regents are the Okla- homa Geological Survey in Norman, the University School of Medicine and School of Nursing in Oklahoma City, University hospitals there, and the Southern Okla- homa Hospital at Ardmore. The first Board of Regents was apjioiiited in l.SO(). The territorial governor was an ix officio member and chose five others. In 1907 the first State Legislature in- creased the board to nine. Control of the University in 1911 was moved to the State Board of Education, made up of the Superintendent of Public Instruction and six members appointed b the (iovernor. In 1919 the Legis- lature re-instituted a Board of Regents. This time it had seven members named by the Governor. In 1944 Okla- homa voters made the Board a constitutional body. Each member is chosen for a term of seven years. One term ends on March 29 of each ear. Members of the Board of Regents during the 1949-50 term have been Don Emery, Bartlesville, president ; Joe White McBride, Anadarko, vice- president; Ned Shepler, Lawton ; Dr. Oscar Rog- ers White, Oklahoma City; Thomas Richani Benedum, Norman ; Kent Wellford Shartel, Okla- homa City, and Dave Jeff Morgan, Blackwell. n. iii. R. KKAtrrLi, Secretary Page 39 Mr . Crc»s, alna a c ' .iarming hostess, serves tea In Mrs. V. B. Biz ell as I.t. ami Mrs. James E. Berr ln.ik nil. Mf ' MORIES are imperishable. That ' s «h ' i)Lir yearbook will always be a treasure house to which your memories can return long after you have left the world of campus life. Wherever your high quest leads you, may this volume be a reminder that we expect you to keep in action the best traditions of a lo al Sooner. First of all, it is my hope that your stay on the campus — living in the university state — gave you certain values — certain intangibles which will make life more meaning- ful both for yourself and with all with whom you come in contact. ou have had an opportunity for realistic li ing. W ith the teeming thousands of students, of all economic back- grounds and beliefs, you have probably met more types of human beings than your circumstances will ever again allow you to meet. And with this panorama, you ha e found all the problems of living in our democratic society. You have had an opportiuiity for creative living. Too many persons today are lethargic . . . persons w ho miss the zest and thrills of the commonplace. What was once a creative participation on the part of many jiersons has degenerated into mere " spectatoritis " . It is my fervent hope that c)u ha c had an awareness of personal capabili- Snucrs does the honoi familv look ties and a sense of dut tf) iinest them where they are most needed. ' ou have had time for preparation. Readiness for a professional career . . . new skills and habits to strength- en you vocationally . . . those and more. Whatever your choice, I hope that ou ill dedicate your abilities to the betterment of society. ou have caught a vision of an ideal society. We know that it will come true onh as each makes it come true in his sphere. Because of your .stay on the campus you know and understand the state of things as they are. At the same time, I hope ou ha e a ision to make things as they ought to be. During your ,sta on the campus 1 hope that you have been brought to a new realization of the worth of spiritual alues. After all, the distinctive trait of human nature is to ajipreciate and be responsive to spiritual alues, to sin- cerity, trutli, beauty, justice and righteousness. Let ' s ho|ie that you have discovered that the joy and happiness of life were the joy and happiness of dissatis- faction with things as the ' are. In turn, this feeling drives one to the adventure .md romance of li ing to make them things they ought to be. W ' herever ou go, and whatever you do, 1 hope that ()u will never forget your indebtedness not oid to the university itself, but to the peo|ile of Oklahoma who are oui ' educational benefactors. .Ma. ou always keep faith with those who have provided the re.sources to build this institution to its present strength and greatness. M best wishes go with ou as vou march .dong the bright road of our future. e66a (AG rrom 11 ' « 1 IlSnESIlEll ' SSUFF The President of the University ot Oklahoma is respon- sible to the Board of Regents for the entire educational and business management of the mammoth enterprise that constitutes the University. Spreading over three campuses in the city of Norman as well as an expanding Oklahoma City campus, this kind of organization requires an able head who holds the sincere support of a strong, capable staff. The University of Oklahoma ranks twenty-third among the nation ' s four- year colleges and university in size of full-time enrolment, according to an autumn survey by one nationally-known authority in education. Total fall enrolment was 11,502 — not far below the postwar peaks that have enmeshed school administrators in problems of new complexity and new magnitude. A University is more than a place of instruction. It is a repository of knowledge for the State, a headquarters for the research which will assure a better future, and a source of a number of important services upon which high school students, teachers, clubs, municipalities, and busi- ness men and others depend. Among other activities, OU operates — as necessary ad- juncts to its basic functions — an airport, 1,200 dwelling units for student families in addition to other student housing, a student health service and two hospitals, a book publishing enterprise, a printing plant, two contract post- offices, swimming pools, a commissary and a considerable number of smaller enterprises. President Cross, gaining a national reputation as an educator and college head, is backed by a sincere, efficient staff of administrators to deal with specialized problems. Legal problems crop up continuously. Sinall questions and large ones must be examined and answered. The academic program must be maintained at a peak of quality and efficiency, to provide the maximum benefits of higher education to Oklahoma students and others who lean on University services. Coordinating nearly 2,500 courses in more than half a hundred departments of nine degree-granting schools and colleges is no small task. Financial problems of a thousand kinds create never- ending problems that must be met quickly, smoothly, and with uncanny judgment in predicting the future. Two vice presidents and a legal adviser head the im- pressive array of administrative personnel whose work is to assist the president in carrying out his broad duties. The executive vice-president assists the president in for- mulating and administering policies, particularly with res- pect to the University ' s academic program. He serves as acting president in the absence of Dr. Cross. A financial vice-president is a chief business officer of the University and is chairman of the Budget Council. He is acting president of the University in the absence of the president and the executive vice-president. A legal adviser devotes an important share of his time analyzing the University ' s varied judicial problems, and advising OU ' s president concerning these matters. A part of the staff which handles the many details of running a g iri.f " ' " " ' ' ' " ' " fii..,„„ C ARi. Mason Franklin KxeC ' jti.e Vice-President Carl Ma- Miii Franklin has been active in the Held of education for 19 years. First he taught high school, then moved to the university level where he has taught economics and accounting, edu- cational research and law. lie has been registrar and comptroller at the I ' niversity of Alaska, and assistant tn the president of Ohio State Tniversity. U ' ith all this, and a wartime tour with the I . S. Naval Reserve, he has found time to collect five degrees: A.B. from the t ' niversity of Washington; LL.B. from the I ' niversity of ' irginia, where he was a ' irginia Oupont scholar; A.M. in economics from Stan- ford I ' niversity; M.A. in university administration from Columbia I ' niver- sity; and M.B.A. from Harvard Uni- versity, where he studied as a Sheldon Research fellow. RoscoE Cate OU ' s financial vice-president is a I ' niversity of Oklahoma graduate and a former editor of the Oklahoma Daily. Roscoe Cate spent 10 years with newspapers before he came back to the Ol ' campus in 1936 as editor-manager of the Sooner Magazine. Since that time he has switched from columns of type to columns of figures. After a time as acting manager of the Oklahoma Memorial Union and acting secretary of the alumni association, he was named financial assistant to the president in 1944 and financial vice-president in 1947. A veteran whi has been with the University since the founding of the School of Law in 1909, Dr. John B. Cheadle continues to combine teaching with the study of OU ' s legal problems. He came to OU as an assistant pro- fessor of law. Twi) years later he held a full professor- ship. In 1945 he was named as a David Ross Boyd pro- fessor. Dr. Cheadle holds A.B. and LL.B. degrees from the University of Kansas, J.D. degree froin the University of Chicago and S.J.D. from Harvard University. Page 43 liiioiikyuinEiouEiii World-lecturer and IntcriiarioiiallN -known liencrlcist is Dr. Laurence 11. SuMler. dean ot the (iraduate Collese since 1Q47. Dr. Sn iier de eloped] presejited tlie fiist course in medical f;enetics to be required in a I ' . S. medical scliool and has inaujiurated simihir courses in other medical schooLs. Dr. Sn i!er has been a student ot iiuniau ;;enetics tor o ei- a i|uaiter ot a centuix ami was instru- mental in developing modern statistical methods loj- the stud of human inheritance and racial distribu- tion of blood groups and the heicdit ot t.iste diliciencies. Me has wn ' tten six books and iiearK 100 articles on heredity. Dr. Snyder also is acti e in international medical societies. .A member ot numeious scientilic t;roups, he has held high positions in man ot them. He is special advisor to the sur ;i-on ;;ener,il ot tiie l ' . S. Public Health Service, consultant to the smfjeon general ot tiie l. S. Amw .iiul president ot tin- American Society of Human (lenetics for 1930. Dr. Snyder holds a R.S. degree from Rutgers, M.S. and Sc.D. from Harvard and an lionorary Sc.D. from Rutgei ' S. He taujiiit at N ' oitli (. " ar(dina State and Oiuo State uni eisities prior to joining the OU faculty. Page 44 2). ' eanJ Dr. K. D. Ah-achani beLaiiic (lean of the College of Arts and Sciences in 1940. He began teaching at OU in 1914 as in- structor of mathematics and in 1 1 years rose to full professor. He holds a HA degree from OU, AIA from Harvard and PhD from the University of Chicago. At OU he starred in football and track, edited the SooXER, was president of Sigma Delta Chi and later coached freshman football teams. DEAN E. D. ME.-XCHAM V. H. Carson, dean of the College of Engineer- ing, has been an international ambassador for OU this year by participating m two world engineering meetings. He came to OU in 1925 and was named dean in 1937. He is a specialist in petroleum and natural gas fields. DEAN W. H. CARSON DEAN HARRISON KERR ( ' oniposer Harrison Kerr, named tiean ot the College of Fine Arts last fall, pre ioLisly was editor of Tn ml. director of music at Chase School and (jreenbricr College and w as with the Ci il Affairs division. Department of the Army. He attended Fontainebleau Conservatoire, France, and has studied with world-famous musicians. Page 45 2). ' eand Earl Sliced, Jr., acting dean of the School of Law and professor of law, holds BA and LLB de- grees from OU and the LLM from Columbia. He is candidate for the doctor of juristic science degree at Columbia University. Sneed came to OU in 1945 as visiting associate professor. He was made acting dean when W. P. Keeton resigned last fall. Sneed formerly practiced law in Tulsa and was associated with the Tulsa Chamber of Commerce. DEAN EARL SNEED, JR. Dr. Horace B. Brown, Jr., dean of the Business Administration College, came to OU from the Uni- versity of Mississippi, where he was business dean for seven years. A graduate of Northwestern and Mississippi Universities, he is active in national business college groups. DEAN HORACE B. BROWN DKAN JOHN K. KACkl ! Dr. John R. Rackley, dean ot the College of F.du- cation, is an OU alumnus and native Oklahoman. He has taught in Oklahoma City .schools and (k-orge I ' eabody college. Before returning to OU in l " )4S lie was professor of social science and dean of Te.uiier College of Connecticut. Page 46 Dr. Ralph V ' . Clark, new dean of the School of Pharmacy, joined theOU faculty July 1, 1949. He tormerl ' taught at the Universi- ties of Kansas, Wisconsin and North Carolina. At ()L he suc- ceeded D. H. R. Johnson, whose .iO years service saw OU ' s phar- macy school grow to fourth larg- est in the nation. Clark has a broad backgroiuid in industrial and practical phases of pharmacN ' , in addition to high academic qualifications. He is widely acquainted with Oklahoma druggists. Clark is a frequent contributor to trade jourtials on practical pharmacy problems and has been editor of the ft isconsiti Druggist and Xorth Carolina Journal of Pharmacy. He is a life member of the American Pharmaceutical as- sociation. DEAN R. I.PIl V. I 1 AKk Dr. Mark R. Everett, dean of the School of Medicine, also is superintendent of University Hos- pitals and professor of biochemistry. A Harvard graduate, he is a member of numerous medical and scientific groups. He joined the staff in 1924 and became dean in 1947. DEAN M.ARK R. EVERETT - ' HE.W (iLENN C. COICH Dr. (ilenn C. Couch, a nati e Oklahoman, has been dean of the University College since 194 . His primary interest is guidance of freshman students. A botanist with degrees from OU and Ohio State University, he helped de elop improved teaching methods for plant sciences. He was named to the faculty in 1932. Page 47 L. Lindsey tells Mr. Quciitin Spradling alii iit the hig one that got awav Stkwaki IIakkm ctor of Piihlic Relations Wai.ikk W. Kraft Director ot I ' hxsical Plant aiioiis phases of the important job of coordinating affairs for 11,500 students belong to the University ' s ailniinistrati e specialists. 1 hese are the people who direct actual operation of the Uni ersitv functions on which smoothness of the student ' s academic life depends. Robert H. Dott directs important statewide geological studies. Dean J. E. Fellows is responsible for a large amoimt of University paper work and records. In his office, Boyce D. Timnions directs registration procedures. liss Ruth Arnold supervises admissions. (leorge E. Wadsack, veteran of the Uni- versity administrati e staff, assists Dr. Fellows on a variety of problems, (jeorge P. Haley handles problems which rise among student war veterans. Stewart Harral coordinates many phases of the University ' s relations with its public. D. R. Kimrey supervises buying. Walter AV. Kraft is concerned with " housekeeping " on Norman and Oklahoma City campuses. J. L. Lind- se ' handles the University ' s financial transactions. J. E. Rader cares for book collections, supervises new purchases and maintains arrangements for use of books and periodicals by students. ' Ehurman White has the job of spreading OU educational facilities to the borders of Oklahoma. Rimiiti II. DiiTT Director .if Oklalionia Cieological Siirvev J. 1.. I.INMSIV Coinplroller ol the Iniversity Page 48 Ok. J. E. Fei.idws Oeaii (if Admissions and Rccnrds (Jf.ORGE E. ' AI)S. CK Assistant to Dean of Admissions Hll c ; O. Timmons Director of Registration Ruth Arnolo Director of Admissions CJeokge p. Director of ' eterans Atfai Dr. Thirmas J. W ' huk Director of Extension Divisi D. R. KlMRE Director of Purchasing Mr. John Clianex explains the workings of I.B.M. machines I.. Clarence Minin. Page 49 Mr. Paul MacMinn and Chet Leonhart don ' t seem loo worried abour the affairs of the students. Paul L. MacMinn Pean cf Students S!lieiIS[RVI[ES Successful academic training must be supplemented by a well-rounded program of student services. At OU these include guidance, health, employment, counseling, reli- gious activities and the University Book Exchange. Directing all student activities outside the classroom is Dean Paul MacMinn, whose experience includes counsel- ing, psychology and ministerial work. His assistants are Ben Tankersley, who acts as liasion official for student activities, and Counselors Dorothy Truex and O. D. Roberts. Truex is " Big Sister " to all women students, while Roberts assists men. Helping students to conquer vocational, emotional and other problems is Dr. W. B. Lemmon, who makes guid- ance service available to all students. Assisting with an- other kind of problem is Mrs. Caroline Bosworth, ho concentrates on finding employment for students and wives of students. To keep students ' health up to par. Dr. James O. Hood heads the student health service. With a modern 50-bed hospital, the service provides routine health care plus " extras " such as lung X-rays, Rh and tuberculin tests. Bob Walker and Gayle Anderson play important roles in student religious life as it is experienced through the YMCA and ' WCA. Walker holds a BD degree from ale, and Mrs. Anderson has studied at the Chicago Seminary. Not the least of student services is that of pnniding a central department where books and supplies may be pro- cured. Organizer and manager of this service is James C. Mavfield. (). I). Roberts CiiuJiMliir iif Men DdKDfin Iriix C ' (jiiiiM-l(ir III Wiiiiu ' i Hkn Tankkrsi.kv CiHirdinatur of SukIciK Artivilic Page 50 Dr. James O. Hood Director of Student Health Service Robert M. Walker Secretarv of V.M.C.A. idents of the " " , Harriet Rutledge and Carrol Ballard, plan a Thursday program with " Y " secretary, Bob Walker. Gavle Anderson Secretarv of V.W.C.A. ■■■■ Dr. William B. Lemmos Director of University CJuidance Service James C. Mav ielu Manager of Book Exchange Caroline M. Bosvvortii Employment Supervisor Fra. k a. Ives Director of Employment Page 51 ' ER ' E H. SCIINHK nirertor of Research Institute sPE[iuiDyiiS!en ' ioi There is far more to a first-class university than classroom instruction alone. In connection with its teaching or associated with OU ' s teaching are many important " extra-curricular " activities. Conducting research into University building needs, Richard Kidilman also directs designing and planning tor campus remodeling work. John W. Dimn heads the Um ' versity radio stations, V. AD and WXAD-F.M which pro- vide state air listeners with top-qualit ' news, information and entertainment from the campus. Joseph E. Coulter manages one of the nation ' s few Uni- versity-owned airports — Max Westheimer Field. Savoie Lottonville is respon- sible for a University Press which has a nationwide reputation for the excel- lence of the books its produces. L. N. Morgan edits the official Um ' versity Publications which form part of the Press ' s output. Head of the institute which coordinates faculty talent and facilities with groups and organizations which need research projects is cine H. Schnee. Dr. J. VilIis . ' toxall founded the Universit Museum w iiicii lie heads. RicuARi) N, Kliii.m.w t riiversitv .Architect S.WIMK I.O ' niNMlJ.K Directiir nf rnivcrsit Pr nt rnlv.Tsin Piihlicati Dk. 1. Will IS Slii , i nirrelMi mI I nlvelsiu Mi Aiip.TI Manager ..I M,i W.silu-iini Page 52 -in J ,.n I Mrs. William Bennett Bizzell examines the Bizzell Bible collection with her son, William Sangster Bizzell, and dauKhtcr, Mrs. Lee B. Thompscin. The Bibles were collected by the late W. B. Bizzell, for- mer president of the University. It is considered by experts as one of the finest private collections in the world. On December 14, 1949, the Bi ell familv presented the collection to the fniversity and it is per- 1 niaiuiith located in the ' illiam Bennett Bizzell Memorial I.ilirarv. President (i. 1.. Cross and Mrs. Oor.ithy Wcntz llealey i City view the portrait of the late Mr. Lew Wentz which will be placed in the William Bennett Bizzell Memorial Librarv. Mr. Wentz was a great friend of the fniversity and contributed to the develop- ment of the University in many ways. In 192fi he established the Lew Wentz Foundation to provide financial assistance for deserving stu- dents and generously added to the foundation endowment m his will. , ' r%v. . u The University of Oklahoma Bi- ological Field Station located south of Madill on the shore of Lake Texoma, near the former town of Willis, was established this year. The site includes a partially com- pleted two story building contain- ing 28 rooms plus several labora- tories and surrounding land. The propertv was received by the Llni- versitv from Mr. and Mrs. Nor- man W. Brillhart and Mrs. W. H. Colby of Madill. The University was able to complete the construc- tion and provide equipment for the experiment station with a special appropriation of ,fl 10,000 provided by the 21st Oklahoma Legislature. In 1949 approximately 22 jour- nalism scholarships were estab- lished by the McMahon Founda- tion, of which Mrs. Louise D. Mc- Mahon, prominent pioneer Lawton resident, is co-founder and manag- ing trustee. The Foundation was established by Mrs. McMahon and her son, the late Eugene Davis Mc- Mahon, in memorv of E. P. Mc- Mahon. Early arrivals at a meeting of the Board of Trustees of the University of Oklahoma Foundation are shown below: Ward S. Merrick, T. H. McCasland, Ceorge Aide Davis, and R. Boyd Cainning, Executive Secretarv. Other members of the Board include Dr. G. L. Cross, Tom F. Carey, Dawson Houk, Henry B. Bass, Tom R. Phillips, Fred E. Tarman, O. C. Schnrp, C. A. ' ose, Joe W. Curtis, and (iradv D. Harris. J. L. Lindsey is treasurer. More than a quarter of a million dollars has been contributed U the Foundation for the enrichment of the Universit program. I ' niversitv of Oklahoma Wnmen ' s Choral Cluh Chester L. Francis, Director University choral groups Over the air, in campus concerts and on statewide tours, Sooner musicians offer entertainment of the highest quality. For a great many years the L niversit has taken pride in its important contributions to the cultural advance of the Southwest and to the pleasure of the state ' s music lovers. Since the University opened its doors in 1892, music has pla ed an important part in the life of its students. Early pioneer pupils, gathering in chapel services, sang familiar hymns daily to organ accompaniment. From that time to this, the active participation of Sooner students in musical acti ities has shown a steady growth. The first Universit ' catalogue advertised musical training and the second announced that a Musical Department would provide a " thorough course in organ, violin, mando- lin, guitar, voice, harmony, conducting and the history of music. " Many of OU ' s original students still were attending classes here when the first Men ' s Glee Club and a Women ' s Chorus were organized. Graduates since then have included opera and concert singers, composers, professional accompanists, arrangers, teachers of music. Close ties between the Universitv musicians and the music-lovers of the state I ' niversitv of C)klahoma Cho m u SHRHHb.- M. ity Symphnn Oriht-str are reHfctfii in the begiiiniiifis of the Oklahoma City Symphony orchestra. Frederick Hohiiberg, dean of the College of Fine Arts before his death in 1 .16, was organi .er and director of the orchestra. The lively interests of today ' s students in music is reflected in the size and igor of campus musical groups. The University of Oklahoma bands, the L niversity ' s Sym- phony orchestra, its choir, Vomen ' s Choral Club and Men ' s (ilee Club are familiar everywhere in the state — and elsewhere, too. The University Marching Band — " Pride of Oklahoma " — this year appeared in a new eye-pleasing glory. It donned completely i e v uniforms, provided through gifts of alumni, faculty, students and friends throughout the state. Campus musical groups do more than provide pleasure for Oklahoma ears. They give an outlet for the many students who find pleasure in making music. They are important training grounds for those who will make their professions in this field. Opera and concert singers, composers, professional accompanists, arrangers, teachers of music — these are included among the Sooner graduates who have launched themselves toward professional careers from campus musical organizations. Spencer H. Norton- Director nf the SchnnI (if .Music Ciiiiductfir, rniversity Symphiiny ()rchc t .• Leonard H. Haug Director of University Band liilversity Marching Band, " Pride .1 oklah. ■ , " t 1 1 ' I = ! ' -s, S Tniversitv Concert B.ind i I Dr. Forrest Pitt Bakkr 1 At the Univcisity of Oklahoma ' s Secoiul Annual Achievement Ua banquet. ti e Oklahomans ot unusual merit rei:ei eil DistinsuisheH Ser ice Citations on April 12, 1949. The Oklahomans to be recognized in this fashion were Dr. Forrest Pitt Haker. superintendent of the Eastern Oklahoma State Tuberculosis Sanatorium, Talihiiia; Benjamin Gilbert (Bennie) Owen, veteran OL coach and sports director; Frank Phillips, Bartlesville banker and oil man; the late Louis Haines (Lew) Weiitz, Ponca City oil man, and Muriel Ha .el ' riaht of Oklahoma Cit , author and historian. A secret seven-member committee named the award winners after considering the following factors : good citizenship ; distinguished service to an Oklahoma com- munity, or to the State or Nation or Lnited Nations; humanitarian, cultural, intel- lectual or scientific contributions; unselfish service or leadership; research contrib- uting to public welfare; pioneering in new fields, and distinguished achievement in a chosen profession. The Distinguished Service Citation System is a joint project of the L niversity ol Oklahoma Association and the L ni ersit Board of Regents. Not more than five persons may recene the award each year. Dr. Baker was cited for " a career of unselfish de ' otion to the cause of tuberculo- sis sufferers in Oklahoma, and for outstanding achie enient in their behalf of the State. " OL ' s Bennie Owen recei ed recognition for his " ideals of sportsmanship, his signal contributions to the theory and practice of American football, and his devotion during more than 40 ears to the oung men of Oklahoma " . Miss Vright received tribute for " her exemplar) xork as a historian of her native state and chronicler of its people, her fruitful service on Indian councils and com- mittees, and her unfailing response to ci ic duties ami responsibilities ' . The citation of Mr. Phillips praised the " dignity and worth he has brought to individual enterprise, the vision apparent in his encouragement of research, the inter- est he has shown in youth, and his zeal for preserving the material remains of the pioneer civilization in the West " . Mr. Wentz was recognized for " generous and warm-spirited benefactions to the outh of Oklahoma, its handicapped children, its colleges and L iiversity students, and its future citizens, for all of whom his career is an inspiration and a challenge. His death, June 9, 1949, was marked with sorrow by many University friends. Bk JAM1S CUTIKKI (l-iKNN ' lK) OWF.N MrR[Hi, Hazel W ' ricut Frank Hiniiip; 1.1)1 IS llAlSES (I.KW) WeNTZ t C -T V wLi Dr. Arthur B. Adams Regents Professor of Economics Dean Emeritus Dr. is Mrs. Paul L. Garvin admire the orchid v;orn hy Mrs. Laurence Snyder. Mrs. Jeaseite ALESANi):ti .-issislani Professor Modern I.aiisvKiges ' X £i John N. Am.hv .Assistant Professor Mndtrn I,ant;uages Herbert G. Ali.phin .Issociale Professor Physical Education Cari. T. Ai.mquist Professor Electrical Engineering; Emilio Amero Professor Art Rkiiaki) ' . Andree .IssistanI Professor Mathematics Miss Mii.DKKn Andrews .Issociate Professor Music Dk. Raspar .Ariun . Issislani Professiir Ceoloyv f ' i -V Barkf . Hakamjian- Inslruilor Mechanics idA Dr. I " . A. Haiaeat Professor l ' luc:iliM.i Jim r. . riman Inslruilor Modern Languages , ' ' - R I Mrs. I ' RiinA P. Bamdas Inslruilor Modern I.angnage- tti Dr. RiDoi imi t ' . Bamhas Issislani Professor English Paqe 58 Miss Kaik C. Barbour Professor Emeritus Secondary Education Miss Gladys A. Barnes .-Issislant Professor M..dtrii I.;irisu;it;i ' - Hr. I.fovari) B. Beach Professor English n Or. Robert E. Beii ■ Issislant Professor Anthropologv Mrs. Rosioe Cale smiles i luirmiiigly al Dr. I.emuuJ l.oniui iclnle Mr. ( ' tile grimiKes al Ihe liolngra ihers. n. William P. Barnes Inslrui lor Mechanical Engineering; n ' Tfc .dk Paul W. Bearoslev Instruetor Speech Ok. Wii LiAM J. Bell Issislant Professor Journalism Clifford M. Baumback .Issislant Professor Business MaruiKement Martin F. Bednar Inslrui tor Accounting Or. John F. Bender David Ross BoyJ Professor Education 1)k e I,. Barnes Professor Accounting Gene Bavinoer Inslrui lor Art Jamls L. Hi, I.CHER Professor Chemistrv Howard U " . Benischek .Issislant Professor Petroleum Engineering Page 59 Dr. OiivKR Benson Profrssor Cnvernment .lrmy- (ivy rilnluins air (). K. cil ( . [ ' ., lU prnviJ by I.I. .Xtillmii I ' ltllirsiiii. Ciiplain .hihn l i,st ,n, and Cii l,,,,! U ' llluim If. .Iaik.u„i. ' mm 1 ' )r. Caki kin V. Bkrenda , I ssoi late Proffssor Philosnphy Dr. KiciiARi) Bi.ANC .Issi.fliiiil I ' lofessor ZnoliiKical Sciences Dr. I ' lRS (). HiiAs I ' rojissiir Social Work Page 60 Dr. Arthl ' r F. Bernijart Issodatf Professor Mathematics Dr. Roberi J. BESSK . IssistanI Profrssor Phvsics Dr. Imikrksi F. Bi.askia.simi " Issorialr Profrssor Chemist rv Dr. lliiKAiE II. Bi.iss Issniiiilr Profrssor Chiiiiistrv RililARI) A. Bddiie Inslrurlor K.iKlish Dr. Norman II. Boke Issodalr Profrssor I ' laiit Sciences Joseph II. Benion Profrssor Music Dr. Ra[,ph liii.s Professor Phnrmacv i5 .»! ' ' KU Si AM El . . Bl OCII S ' riidI Inslrurlor Petroleum Kiiirineeriiii C. J. Bol.l.lNCER Issorintr Professor CeiiKraph) II K(i: I) K. DoNK J ss slant Professor Mngineerinji Orawlnc Mrs. Oaii. Bovn .Assistant Professor Music ' 3 " i ' Dr. C.lmrlis F. Daily may hi- siiggrsling anolhrr trip llirougli the refresh- mnil line al I he family reception. Mrs. Daily and Mr. Mrs. . . . I in.lsey seem to agree. Richard Brightuei .Assistant Professor Music Educaticjii ■ m Don- 1,. Hours .IssislanI Professor (Jnvernmcnt Mrs. Ja [CK A. Houev Instructor (jovernment 1)K, H. BinvFN .Associate Professor Mndern Languages Kl(.l M l ( ' . HciWERS special Instructor Industrial Education Ml.SS . lAl KIM l;nVM 1 ■. , .Issociate Professor Physical Education Hp ' " v u . n ft Jik i Dr. Arthir N. Brahg .Issociate Professor Zoological Sciences ClARREN A. BRANDKNRI RGII, |R. Instructor Mechanics and Eng. Metallurgy Wii.i.iAM Ct. Bra IssislanI Professor Pharmacv -ss mi ' Ok. Hah .A. Hriskkk IssislanI Professor Economics Or. |oh ( " . Bri.vfv Professor Mathematics Jons F. Brookes Professor Civil Engineering Page 61 Ifik Dr. L. Browder, Jr. Professor Law JoiiK i. Brick .Issistanl Professor Pharmacy Mr. Mrs. Laivrenre ll ' ehb relax til the fatuity reception ' while Dr. Johannes Malthaner compares Mrs. Malthaner ' s portion nj I cik( ' ttitj punch -zi-ilh his o ' u. ' n. Dr. IIaki.w Hr am . Issociale Professor Mrs. K.uiir O. Bi chanan .Issistanl Professor Secondarx Ktlucatioii Miss Ijrack A. Brown Professor Emeritus MiimV )r. H.ari.kv p. Brow Joe E. Brown Mrs. Perru.i. M. Brown Ml S UH IhXS iiKOUN .-Issistanl Professor .Issociate Professor . ssistanl Professor Issistanl Prof ssor Zimlogical Sciences Economics Speech Pharmao Dr. Pkri. V. BiciiASAN ' Professor liistorv Pi ii:r .M. Brni-siiri Inslruitor English Page 62 W ' ll.I.IAM S. Kl K(,l. I I Inslrut lor . vi-h tfrtun- Dr. IIki.en B. Birion Professor Home Economics V. V. Bi sii, Jr. . Issistanl Professor llistorv L. CAI.nWF.LL Assistant Professor SfO " rul:ir F.iliicatloii I ♦s - Jon M. Campbell Instructor Chemical Engineering Dr. Benjamin A. Cartwright .Issociate Professor Secondary Education n £fe Ansel P. Challenner Associate Professor Electrical Engineering Mr. Mrs. Bill Jennings listen while Mr. Mrs. Dewey Luster give their opinions on the football eleven ' s chances this y,ar. Walter S. Campbeli Research Professor English John H. Casev Professor Journalism Dr. H. L. Chance Professor Plant Sciences Miss Peggy F. P. Cantrell Instructor Geology Dr. Carl B. Cass Professor Drama Dr. c;k)Rc;e W. Charles .Issistant Professor Phvsics i f5 Wk Dr. John C. ( ' ALMniv, Jr. Professor PctrnKiim Enu ' iru-iiiim Daniel X. Caroenas Instructor Modern Languages Francis R. Cei.i.a Professor Business Statistics Mrs. Mildred V. Chisolm .Issistant Professor Kducatlnn Page 63 Or. a. K. ( " iiRisTiAV Frnjissur Historv Dr. Lkon S. C ' ikreszko Issistanl Professor Chcmistrv Dk. Hihv arii I ' . ( ' i.i:mk Inslniiliir Zooliiuir:il Sciences in: Cl.AV I.KE ( " OCIIRAN . Issistanl Professor F.c.rwmilo Page 64 must hr a lighlir suhjiil lliiiii mallnmiilu s ii ' ui riigiiui i ing lliat itniusis Mr. ts Mrs. l.rrny ■. -an; and Mr. and .Mrs. Dm, I. Cnrslinr. n rr ■W v« F. llriVAIII ClARK .hsisliinl Professor Radi.j Miss lli:i.i-: 1 . I i ark .Issistanl Professor Hi)me F.connmics Ijj Dr. Hl-SSE A. ( " l.KMHM .Issoeiale Professor Modem Languages iSb Dr. F.ari. { ' i.evenckr Issistanl Professor Dr. Stani.kv K. Con max, Jr. Issistanl Professor Fnulish Dr. James C. ( " di iikri ' Professor ( ' heiniMr E. Ciiukk .Issistanl Professor Journalism Dr. IIiiwari) H. Ci.aassks ' Issistanl Professor Phvsics W ' u 111 R F. (1.(11 11 Professor Petroleum Engineering; Dr. I ' l I swiiRiii Cm I iM Professor Fdiicalioii L. A. CoMi ' Professor Acninautical Engineering Miss Martha C. Cooper Instructor Speech r N 4 A. L. COSGROVE Professor Kusiness Commnnicatidn Mr. is Mrs. I ' .runn , . Cnrn ,ind Mrs. Hriiry Phrlfs ar iimazrJ iit Mr. Plirlps ' hollum-iip liuliis. Dr. Favetie Copei.ani: Professor Journalism Mrs. Lee H. Cossitt Inslriietor Elementarv Education ' mC ' J Miss A alee Cu. Instructor Zoological Sciences Miss DoRuun F. Cra.m .Associate Professor Social Work RocER rx C ' orsau .Issoeiate Professor Art ■ ■nv . Bii.i. E. Couscii. Inslruclor Mechanical EnginecrinsJ Mere V). Creech Professor Merhanir- Mrs. Doi.i.v Smuh Cossai.i, . Issistant Professor Music r.diu-ation U ' ll-I- IAM I.. CoRl .Assistant Professor Mechanics Or. . .A. Coi RT Professor Matht-matics Mis ( li uri . s Crisp Instructor Classical I.antruages Page 65 Cari. R. Crites Instructor Marketing Dr. Kenneth E. Crook Professor Chemistrv • properly tagged are Mrs. Francis Cetla, Mrs. Donald Turtington, Mr. Turkington, Mr. and Mrs. William Barnes, and Mr. .Mrs. liitt h. Cnunnl. Miss Kaiherine Cli.beri .issociate Professor Phx-irnl Ediicntinn o Or. Pavi. a.- CusiiMAN Professor Mechanical Engineering J - m»t D ■ 1, J Dennis M. Crites Instructor Marketing Dr. F. Dah Professor Economics Dk. E. E. D i.i: Rrsiurdi Professor Historv 1 Capiain Carl M. Daiton rofessor and Commanding Officer Naval Science Dr. I ' Ai ' i R. DAvn) .Issociate Professor Zoological Sciences 1 ' . K. Dwis Isstslant Iiuliistrial Eilncntion .™ " rC • . -fm v ' ( iRl k %m ' J 4 VVavne F. Davis .Issistant Professor Civil Engineering Page 66 ICidi-M F. Da si n Professiir Merlianical I ' .ngineering K(i li. Dim , Jr. liLitnuloi Mailuinalics Dr. Charles E. Decker Resranh Professor Emeritus l ' aUontol,.gv A. M. DE LA Torre hsociale Professor Modern Lan ua t. s John A. DiCastri Inslruclor Architecture Dr. Lucile Dora Proffssor Emeritus Mciclcrn Languages Jerome Dowo Professor Emeritus Sncinlngy ll ' hile Mrs. Lewis Salter f ainstakingly serves, Mr. ts Mrs. Joint J. Long give moral support. Dk. Ddnai.ij H. Dietrich Professor Psychology Dr. L. a. Doran .Issofiate Professor (ii -ernmcnt Raymond C. DR.fVGOO .Assistant Professor Mathematics Lavovs E. Dietrich Instruetor Industrial Education KAI I ' H D. DORSEIT .Issistant Professor Mathematics Dr. Charles G. i)e Vries .Assistant Professor Chemistry Waluk.mar Dukriv Instruetor .Modern Lanauai. ' . ' ilL ' m Wi, Jack E. .Assistant Professor Speech f 1 4tl Mrs. Clara S. Dumas William A. Dimas Sperial Instruetor Instruetor Art Engineering Drauing Page 67 Mrs. Bkkmck ti. l)i ncxs Inslriulor Modem Langunges . iluirininx thrnsornf an- Mrs. Sam C. Holland, Mrs. Ilarnhl K. Hone, and Mrs. Laurence Snyder. Mrs. Fr.ancks R. I)i mia.m Inslntclor Ediicatiiin Or. I low vRi) C). Eaton I ' rojessor Philosophy Lo HI.I. DUNIH.VI .issistant Professor Modern I.ansuages E. P. R. Dux Ai. Professor Emeritus Mathematics I ' rf-dkrkk IX I ' .ddx Iss-Slanl Professor .Modern LnriHuages iii C. Kdmomm Professor Accounting i i teb Or. Johv p. 1)1 scan .IssislanI Professor (jovernmeni EnwARi) H. Easi.kv .IssislanI Professor Music Miss I ' i)V arii .IssislanI Professor English w . , 1 H lilii Erilii II. Kicniioi. .IssislanI Professor Moilcrii l.niiniianes Page 68 Hr. ' KI(JR . . Ij.OlMN IssislanI Professor l-n-lisl, Miss Ri 1 II K. ICi.iiiR . Issoi iaie Professor l•■ •Inentar I- (lur:lli..M I.KRI) E. Er«is Inslruelnr Knuineer Miss Betty D. Lvans Instructor English Mrs. Nell R. Evans Associate Professor Home Economics Dr. John- S. Ezell Assistant Professor Historv Could Dr. nullum Schricvcr, Dr. and Mrs. Robert ISessey, Mrs. Sdiru-ver and Mr. Mrs. James G. Harlow be trailing stories of experiences with the persimmon. Dr. O. F. Evans Professor Geology Mrs. Mildred T. Faris .Assistant Professor Social Work Walter J. E vbask .Assistant Professor Mechanical Engineering Mrs. Margaret K. Parish I ustruetnr Mnsic dk John M. Evass Instructor Business Management Dk. ( UKIl . . M. I.IMV Research Professor Government Clyde L. Farrar Professor Electrical Engineering Dr. J. Erdelyi Fazekas Fllton K. Fears Mrs. Rlth D. Fell Dr. c;ilbert C. Fite Assistant Professor Assistant Professor Assistant Professor Associate Professor Geology Civil Engineering Education Historv Page 69 tfia Miss (iAKNhlll. L. FlITRO Issistanl Professor Home Economics IIenkv II. Fosii-K, Jk. Professor Law . Grorge B. Fraskr Professor Law Miss DoKin iiv I ' Kiivii histrui tor Speech Page 70 As Foster Harris reaches for a match, Mrs. Harris and ll ' alter S. Campbell watch to see if the first one does it. Dr. Frank C. Professor Chemical Engineering Dr. E. a. Frhokrickson .Issociate Professor Geology Fri:i) C;. I ' UI KiRSiiv Instructor Social Work O 1 Or. Richard G. .Associate Professor Phvsics i Aim Laxvrekce Freeman .Issociate Professor Business Communication Dr. F. V. (iAii 111 R Issociate Professor F.liicalion rT " :«--, £l CHAR1.ES E. FoREE Teaching .Assistant Prama Chester L. Francis .Issociate Professor Music Education Miss Porrit F. Friedi.ander Instructor Modern ].,n u.x vs ?» " J:k KdIIKRI K. tiARllNER Instructor An Dr. Harrei.l E. Garrison Professor Education Harold M. Gav Instructor Electrical Engineering Bruce A. Goff Professor Architecture Dr. Georce J. Goodman Professor Plant Sciences Caught in the Jour and lujoying it ari- ll ' itliam ( ' ,. MiClniv. Mrs. Il ' illiam T. PenfounJ, Dr. Penfound and D. B. R. .lohnson. Ji i Burton H. Gu,dersi,reve .Issoriate Professor Finance Dr. Ro (JrrriNGER Regents Professor Histiirv Dr. Richard A. Goi f .Assistant Professor Zoological Sciences Dr. Casper IJoffman Professor Mathematics Don a. Gorsi.ine Instructor Mathematics Mks. l.rciii.E O. Grant .Issislant Professor Music Dr. I ' Ai ' i. I.. (;arvin .Issistanl Professor Anthropology Mendel Glickman Professor .Architectural Engineering Leonard CSoou Professor Art Dr. .Albert A. Grau Assofiate Professor Mathematics Page 71 Dr. CiiARi.KS P. Crrest Projrssor Spee " h Miss Mf.I KN {JREGORV .Issoriale Professor Physical Education Dr. .Inhn R. Il ' liilaker gets a smile in eJgeivise as ICillarJ Thumpsun puts on his " most amazed " face for Airs. Thompson. Ear[. ' . CjREER Instructor d fi ' r imi ILJ i J I.nWEI.I, V). (jRI-OORI Instructor Mathematics WlI.l.lAM C. Grf.siiam Assistant Professor Speech d J Miss W ' ii.da CiRihis .issociate Professor Music - T Dr. E. Grihitii Associate Professor Zoological Sciences Mrs. KAiinnv K. CJrimes liislnnliir English W ' li I i M E. Grimes Instructor Chemistry Miss Wii MA II. Grimes Inslruilur Speech EORRESI 1). (JRIICAV Teaching .Issistant Mnilifinatics Page 72 Miss I.mha I). IIaac Inslruitor E„j;lisl, W ' Al.llR I.. llADERIR .Issistant Professor Miisir Ediirallnn Mil HIS R. llAiiN Instructor M.Ml.rn I auKiin ' es Dr. Rufus G. Hall, Jr. Assistant Professor Government Mr. Mrs. Paul MacMinn arrive on time at the faculty reception. Charles E. Harp .hsistant Professor Electrical Engineering Donald A. Harrington ' .Issistant Professor Spiech Everett Harvell Instructor Education Miss Carole Hass .Issistant Professor Phx ' iiral Education Leonard H. Haug .Associate Professor Music Education r H. H. Herbert David Ross Boyd Professor Journalism Dr. Reginald W. Harris Professor (?eology Dr. J. O. Hassler Professor Mathematics and Astronomy Miss Jliu L. Herr.viann Instructor Music m , i Dr. RoiuRi A. Hardin Professor Industrial Education William Foster Harris .hsistant Professor English E. E. Hathei.d .-Jssociate Professor Silrn.r John R. IIer keld Instructor Accounting Page 73 «s A Stanley O. Hess Special Instructor Art 5 «s:- ' , £ A llAKK II. Iliii., Jr. Instructor Mechanics C. JoK Iloi.l.AMi Assistant Professor Journalism Ki:nneiii li. IIoRNrNC .Issociale Professor Husincss ( ' miumiiiicatidri (ius Lease, Joseph Benton, and Dr. iS Mrs. I ' ictor H. Kulp shun the elevator in favor of the stairs in the Union. ite Dk. E. Haroi.i) Hinman Professor Puhlic Health Sam C. Hot. I. AM) Issociale Professor Enjjiiieeriii Drawing Dr. Rin li mfm i llnisi DiiviJ linss ItoyJ Professo M...K-n, l.anKuai;es Dr. L. H. Hoisincton Professor Psychology Dr. William E. Hollos . Issislant Professor llisturv N Dr. Hernari) O. Hesto.v Professor Chemistry CJkdrce a. Hokf. Professor Business Law dk Dr. Garold D. Hoi.stine Professor Education M Dr. Uri !, lloisioN ' Professor CluiniMiv .Miss Sarah Hums .Issislant Professor EducatiMii Page 74 Dr. Robert A. Howard Assistant Professor Physics Dr. Wei-Ta Huang Assistant Professor Geology Mrs. Charles E. Decker persuades Dr. Decker that they should take off their hats and stay aiuhile. LONNIE HUDDLESTON .4ssistant Professor Education Dr. William N. Huff Assistant Professor Mathematics Dk. Hakkv E. Hov Issociate Professor (Geography Dr. GE0Rf7E G. Huffman Associate Professor (Jenlogy Dr. Harrv Huffman Dr. Elwvn i). Hughes C. Hughes Dr. Francis R. Hunter Associate Professor .Issistant Professor Associate Professor .-Issociate Professor Educatinn Plant Sciences Music Zoological Sciences Dr. R. L. Huntington Bernard Immerdauer Howard E. Irbv Floyd Lowell Jackson Professor Assistant Professor Instructor .Issistant Professor Chemical Engineering Economics Civil Engineering Industrial Education Page 75 I)K. ()S(.AK B. jACOliSON Rcsiiiith Professor Art ROIIKRT JAQUES .IssislanI Professor Music KLI ' I.I. J. JOMiS Professor Drama 11-1.1. M 11. Kl.OW.S ' IssislanI Professor Business Management Page 76 iJi. John II. Rnhrrr, Mrs. .I is,t h R. Taylor. „iiJ .Mrs. Rohnr line up for rrfrrshmrnls al the fiuully reeeption. ,V Petkr W. M. John 1 iislruetor Mathematics Miss KucliMA KaUI MAN .IssislanI Professor Mndt-rn T.nnguages ItRixi. . Kr:Kii. M IssislanI Professor A ' rr)naiitiral KnginccrinR 0. B. R. JnnvsoN- Professor Dean Emerilus Pharmacy Joi; W. Keki.kv Professor Civil Engineering ' . ■ 4i Dk. Jciiin W. Ki s Issoiiale Professor Speech Richard ' . Jamks Professor Mechanics Lee Rov Jones Inslruclor Pharmacv Pail V. Keek .Issoeiale Professor Phvsical Education Dk. I luiv M, Kii I i v IssislanI Professor Sociolony Miss Dorothy Kirk Associate Professor Art Dr. Ruben Landa Assistant Professor o n a huddle for a ser uel are Dr. Mrs. J. Rud Melsori, Dr. Lloyd Swearingen, and Mr. Mrs. Verne Sclinee. 4 s Edward H. Landreth Instructor Business Statistics John H. Lane, Jr. Instructor Sociology Mrs. Marjiikik (j. Ki) .. k Instructor Modern I.nnguages Elwood a. Kretsinger Mis Kkii M K Dr. ' ictor H. Kui.p Eari. I.aFov Instructor Associate Pro, lessor David Ross Boyd Professor Assistant Professor Speech Art La v Mathematics Dr. Howard W. Larsh Professor Plant Siii-nce- Floyd C. Larson Miss Lucii.e C. LaSai i i .Miss Suzanne Lasater Dr. Joseph M. Latimer .Associate Professor .Issistant Professor Assistant Professor Assistant Professor Civil Engineering Physical Education English Psychology Page 77 Miss Helen F. Lauterer .Associate Professor Drama Dr. Siiekm l . I.WMON Frofrssor Radio Dr. John H. Leek David Ross Boyd Profrssor M ' li.i.iAM H. I, i: Ms .Issislanl Professor Electrical KiiniiucriiiK Page 78 Mrs. Laurence Snyder, Mrs. Carlton lierenda, and Dr. Berenda smile for the photographer. - Gus C. Lease .Issistant Professor Music gJ k Leon ' F. Lee ■ Issistant Professor Ecnnnmics John E. Leibendekfer Issistant Professor Finance Miss Rose Leske .Issoriate Professor Secretarial Science l)K. W. !•:. LlVEZEV .Issoiiale Professor IliMory Dk. I.kin rii L(h:an Professor,lni:v , Lairice L. Lawson Instructor Mathematics 1 , jjfek. ' .Mi = Maki-.a . . 1.1.1, Instructor Modern Languages Miss Eunice M. Lewi .Issistant Professor Education I ' K. l-.i MKK L. LrcAS Professor ( J.ojogv Dewev Luster Associate Professor Physical Education As the wives cherk alignment, Captain H. D. Wood ariJ Majn C. D. Briscoe " fall in " for the reception line. William C. McGrew Assistant Professor Accounting Charles E. McKinnev Instructor Business Communication Hugh V. McDirmoij Professor Physical Education Robert Dewev Instructor Mathematics Dr. Edwin C. McRevnolds Gaiser D. Maddox Miss Edith Mahier Dr. Johannes Maltilaner Assistant Professor Assistant Professor Professor Professor History Petroleum Enginccrmg Art Modern Languages Mrs. Marv H. Marable John A. March V att Marks Dr. Joseph H. Marshburn Associate Professor Associate Professor Professor David Ross Boyd Professor Library Science Library Science Sociology English Page 79 HAKdl.l) F. Matiiis Assntiale Professor Electrical Engineering Jasper T. Maitiieus, Jr. Instructor Music Dr. F. a. Mei.tov Professor (;e-,lnKy Dr. Cl.llKORI) A. Ml-.RRllT Professor (jcology Page 80 Mrs. John Rohrer is skeptical of Cecil Brilc ' s story but Mrs. Rrite has heard it before. Charles J. Mauck Instructor Mechanical Engineerin -•« 0 James O. Mei.ton Instructor Mechanics and Eng. Metallurgy J ' iii !■,. Ml K r IS. JK. .Issotiate Pnifc .Markillng (jEORCE R. Ma.xson Professor Engineering Drawing Samiei. Mermik Professor W. t AMHRIIN r ERS . IssistanI Professor Iiiurnalisin J. Rav M. ti.ock . ssociate Professor Civil Engineering ' ■. w .1 . i;. iihk .IssistanI Professor Cjeology Dr. Mai rice II. Merrii i. Professor Law Miss I.aika . . Mii i er . Issociiite Professor Iliiine I ' .ronuinics Mlas L,AN i:. Mu.l.ltK Associate Professor Home Economics Miss Elaine M. Mjoset Instrudor Physical Education Mrs. Margaret J. Moore Assistant Professor Modern Languages " Shocky " S ' eedy hurrieJly esiorls his nllraetive ivife through a eroii ' ii of felloii; faculty niemhers. Mrs. Elizabeth B. Mock Assistant Professor Architecture Dr. Max L. Moorhead Assistant Professor History Dr. V. E. MONNETT Professor Geology Frank C. Morris Professor Ensiiui.Tini; Drawing r M. Ei.iiERi Mills Professor ( " iyil Engineering Dr. Carl A. Moore Associate Professor CJcology Dr. John W. Morris Associate Professor Geography 4ei- -i mM aM MlSs 1K( IM MiiKRlS A. l. l Kl NCE MORTENSEN Dr. Kirk T. Moslem Associat f Professor Associate Professor Professor Physical Education Drama Epidemiology Fred R. Mouck Associate Professor Mechanics Page 81 Dr. Gustav MLti.i.tR Professor Phil-iMiphy Mrs. George L. Cross makes trilli the ehtl-chal •u.-hile Hob Rueker listens attentively and Carl Mason Franklin flashes a smile. George L. Noah Instruetor Finance Miss Mary Helen North .Issistant Professor Marketing; RussKi.i, W. Nkwman Chari.ks n. Nkwton- W. K. Newion Instruetor Instructor Professor Anthropology Civil Engineering Accounting W- Sfkncer H. NORIDS Professor Music James M. Mirpmv Assistant Professor Finance Dr. J. Rii) Nielsen Researeh Professor Phvsics Ernst Erich Noth Assoriale Professor Modern Languages Dr. Carl R. Oldrovo .Issistanl Professor I ' sychoLigy i)K. RAIINI K. OLSON .Issoriate Professor (K-ographv John D ' Neil .Issoeiale Professor Art Dk. . . 1. Professor Zooliigii-al Sciences Page 82 Mrs. Roberta D. Ortenburger Special Assistant Professor Zoological Sciences James T. Overbev Instructor Mechanical Engineering Dr. It ' . E. Hollon eyes Dr. Fayette Copeland skeptically while Dr. Donald Owings peers over an unidentified shoulder. Ben! G. Owen Professor Physical Education Dr. Donnell M. Owincs Assistant Professor History M b Dr. Ei.MicR J. Ortman Professor Education Mrs. Della B. Owl Assistant Professor Modern Languages Dr. Ahmet Musci Ozei.sei. Maixoi.m B. Parsons Thomas McEvov Paitrrshn Dr. Wii.i.iA.M N. Peach .issistanl Professor Instructor Assistant Professor Professor Mechanics and Eng. Metallurgy Government Drama Economics Dr. William T. Penfound Dr. H. r. Peterson Enw ARi) C. Petts- Dr. Ei.iiri[)(;e D. 1 I ' lIKI PS Professor Professor Associate Professor Professor Plant Sciences History Economics Law Page 83 Dr. Porter L. Pickard Assistant Professor Chemistry DK. l.AWKl.SCI, TOSTON, Jr. Professor Modern I.anj:;iinges Dr. JoFiN P. Pkitcmari) Professor KnKllsh (iKORHR VV. Handle Inslrurlor Mechanics Page 84 Kenneth B. Horning explains to Mrs. John Rackley about those better business tetters. James C. Powell Professor Business La« ' Dr. D. Ross Plcmire Professor Education Jons K. Kaskin Instruftor EIeclric;il Engineer inn LvTLE Powell Professor Music Dr. Will iam B. Racan Professor Educatiiiii •••ji Mk . Hi Willi M. Kailifk Instructor .Art Alfred W. Porter, Jr. . ' Issislant Professor Petroleum Enirinfcrins Cy I Dr. Joseph C. Prav Professor, Government .4ssociate Dean, Graduate College Dr. John M. Raines .Issoiiale Professor English Miss (;rai.k K. Rav .Issoiiale Professor Journalism ' ■w , ' ' 7; J 11r. S. W. Rfaves Professor Emeritus, Mathematics Dean E:nerilus, Iris if Seienees Mr. Mrs. If alter Kraft tell Dr. (iarolj Holsliiie one of his first graders ivas aetrng like a lollef e student. k Leslie H. Rice Associate Professor Jriurnalisni Dr. a. Richards Professor I.XLRt.SCH S. Rf.ID Mrs. Mamie D. Reiixy Dr. J. J. Rhvnr Professor Instructor Professor Chemical Engineering Speech Bii.i. H. Riui.EV Special Instructor Jiuirnnlisin Dr. Ji.m K. Rki;se Professor Economics Dr. Ei.Roi I,. R[CK .Issislant Professor Plant Sciences Cari. D. RiGCS Assistant Professor ZonloKic.Tl Srienre- ( - m: K Dr. Hekrv D. RiNsi.AND Dr. Cari. C. Ristkr Ok. t AKl 11. Kll MA Port (J. Rorertsov Professor Research Professor Associate Professor Assistant Professor Education History Speech Physical Education Page 85 Dr. Hhsr S. RoiiivsoN Jsiociate Professor Classical Languages RoBhKi W. Ross .Issislanl Professor Music Kducatinn Dk. Aims M. Kkiciiks Professor Kdni-atinnal Psychdldgy Page 86 Dean and Mrs. II ' . II. Carson, Mr. anj Mrs. Sam Holland ivilh Mr. and Mrs. Dud Giezenlanner in the rear leair the gay lime to others. Dr. L.aurf-:s.ce T. Rogers Professor Health Kducation Public Health Dr. L. urencf, M. Rohrbaugh .Issoeiate Professor Plant Sciences Dr. John H. Rohrer Professor, Psycholog} ' Assl. Dean, Art Sciences ' .5 ' , 4 I.I IS S. .S.M.n K Professor, Music liraii l.merilus, Kiiic Arts DU. S. M11 IIRI) M. S. i tR Professor Fnglish Ai 1 AN Roik;krs .Issistant Professor Cjeographv Dr. F.rnesi C. Ros Professor English Dr. HovvARii H. Rowi.ev II R E ( ' . Roys Dr. Paii. G. Ri ' CCiers Associale Professor .Issiii tale Professor .Issistant Professor Chemistry Phy SICS Knglish Miss Sill I A Saniikrs Issistant Professor Miulrrn laiiyuages — :3pt ' Dr. Alexander M. Saunders .hsislani Professor English Miss Hedwig Schaefer Assoiiate Professor Home Economics Ernest J. Schultz Professor Music Education Dr. Arthur C. Shead .Issociale Professor Chemistry Ur. t. II. Ilimriiiri. Dr. Kirk Mosley. and Ike Slewarl U ' Ueuxes slo[ to e.xihange greeliiigs. Laurel L. Schendel Assistant Professor Speech Dr. Alfred B. Sears Professor Hivtorv Dr. Muzafer Smerif Professor Psychology Dr. Karl Schmitt .-Issistant Professor Anthropology Dr. J. Tt.vGUE Self Professor ooloiiirril Sciences f • » • rr- " - ILj H. Claude Shisn .Issistant Professor Accounting Dr. Stki ' Iikn Scakiri Professor Modern Languages Dr. William Schrikver Professor Physics Max Selincer Instructor Modern Languages Dr. Ronald B. Sm .man Professor Business Management Page 87 Mrs. Ji ' oiTii Cj. Simmons Inslniilor Ennlish Mrs. Avis C. Sr,. TER Inslrurlor Marhematics BLkX Dr. Leslie F. Smith . ' lisorialf Professor History -l r. aitil Mrs. Il ' illiain C. MtClrtii; htiiu sinilis for iiitli otlw J(isf:pji E. Smav Professor Architecture Wii.i-iAM IIaroi.i) Smith Professor Art Dr. l.Kos A. Snvdkr Issislanl Professor I ' hmt SciiMu-e- Pago 88 I. J, ,S(ii.i.i:mii;ki;kr Professor Finance Harr K. Smith .Issislanl Professor English WiNSTos ' O. Smith .Issoiiale Professor Mechanical iMipiineering Miss Hi m ill SiiM.MI-RS hsiiciiile Professor I ' h.irinacv El I IS M. Sims Professor Mechanical Engineering j)K. I AMKS W. II. SMMH Issislanl Professor Zoological Sciences u Mrs. Rvtii G. Ssonnv .Issislanl Professor 1 1 nine Econiimics l K. . l U K Sow KRS Professor Faitiilv life EcUiration Miss Ruth Spaiding .Assistant Professor Library Science Ri-i living lines can hr fun, or prrliof ' S Dr. Mrs. Harry t. Hiiy, Dr. Mrs. L. H. Rolirhaugli and Dr. .llirr .SVcavrj are just laughing politely. Oils S. Sl ' IAKS Inslruetor M:ithcmntics JoHV H. Spkkr (;e„logy Dr. C. E. Springer Professor Mathematics Dr. Lvman Stanley Professor Miss Edith R. Sticanson Instrurlor Elcmentarv Education ( . o i i wm «»» ip k £ 1M Miss Mary Elizabeth Steen Instructor Speech Donald D. Stewari .Assistant Professor Sociology I.eRo-v Stewart Instructor (i(i ' eriiment Dr. c;. Stone .Issistant Professor Psychology Hoy N. Stone Instructor Education Amos R. Stovali. Special Instructor Engineering PORIER H. SkiVALI Instructor Pharmacv Dr. II. I,i.o D Stow Professor Classical Languages Page 89 Mrs. Ei.izabkih H. Sukhi.i. Instrurtnr M:iilMn..lirs James F. Simmkrs Instructor Sptcch S. W. SWF.NSON Associate Professor Government Wkm)i:i.i. S. Tam.ok Issistaiil I ' ro issor Mefhaiiica! I ' .riiiiru ' i ' rin Page 90 Mrs. Vol G. EdinunJson takes the question of cream or no cream pretty seriously, hut Miss Grace Ray, Dr. sS Mrs. Charles F. Daily, „„J Mr, Ih„a., r,r„ !.-n look on the lighter side. Dr. Kester Svendsen Professor English Dr. Ll.OM) E. SwEARINGtS Research Professor rhcmistrv I)K. W ' U I IAM H. SWIMORI) Professor Emeritus I,a v Frank C Tahivw DaviJ Ross lloyJ Professor I ' .It ' Ctrical Fnginfi-rinjj f T , mh 4ife Du. I ' l Ki 1 r. TlSKA Professor K.lm-atlnn Dr. RiiMARi) J. Tew ki es .Issislant Professor Markrtini: Charles C. Siccs -Issistanl Professor Drama ifJl i - ' ,: ' .-••... ' % SlAM.EV E. SWEEl Instructor Industrial Education Joseph R. Tavi.or Professor Art j. IIari ' HR Iikimas .Issistant Professor Media II lea I E.nnincirini; Lee E. Thompson .Associate Profissnr Business Manasemetit 1 Dr. H. V. Thorntom Professor CJnvernment Donald D. Toi.liver Instructor Business Statistics J Dr. Will i, m R. Tonguh Associate Professor Classical Languages Mrs. E. J. Ortman, Mrs. Joltn Bender nnU .Mrs. .1. II. Casey discuss li ' luilever is discussed at faculty teas. Miss Pauline Thrower Assistant Professor Social Work R. Wendell Tomberlin Assistant Professor Art Everett P. Triex Assistant Professor Business Statistics Albert K. Tillotson Instructor Chemistry Dr. Stuart R. Tompkins Professor Historv e) Gerald Ti ma .Issociate Professor Electrical Engineering CI Wii.LARi) Linn Thompson Assistant Professor Journalism Mrs. Lvla J. Tisuale Special Instructor Mathematics Harold J. Toner Assistant Professor Mech:iMics OuVALD B. TURKINCTON Assistant Professor Mechanical Engineering Page 91 Mrs. Hakriki B. Tirkiscton Inslrurlnr Home EciiiKimics Or. Fidvi) L. Valghan Professor Marketing ■Mrs. Il KfKN K. Wai.ciif.r Inslruilor Speech £ari, T. Warren ylssofiale Professor Law f i Miss Eva Tlrnfr I ' isking Professor Voice Mei.viv van nF.N Kark Assislant Professor Eiielish Pr. C. H. A.S SlHOOSE El.l) Inslruitor Mmicrn Languages Mi» I KiiK n. Vai ' ghan 1 nslnti lor Speech R. Haik Vi in Jssnruih- Pnijissi c;i Waii) .IssislanI Professor Education IlriiRRT {), Wai.dbv Inslruilor (Joveriiment E. Km 111 W ' ai I iM.HiKii Inslruilor Music Dr. NL L. Wardell DaviJ Ross lioyJ Professor llistorv Ml ,■. Mak -Ass Wakkkn .IssislanI Professor Mrime l- ' ronornics till,. JlKIIMI J. W ' AllKS, Jr. Professor Commiiniling Offner Militarv Science llR. . . (I. WllSl DiifiJ Rnss linyj Professor y. Kv Page 92 Miss I.ii.A M. Welch Professor Home Economics Othel D. Wf.stfai.i, Assistant Professor Accounting Miss Dorothy M. White .IssislanI Professor Phwirnl Fdiirnti-.n . «. here I -was al 5(ljlll() feel— ' H. 11. Ilerherl has t-:. F. Dauson pretty ' worried about the outcome of the story. Howard B. Weston Instruetor Accounting Raymond R. White .-Issociate Professor Secretarial Scieiu ' e Dr. I.euis W. .IssislanI Professor H istory B 44 Jik Balfour S. Whitney .Issociate Professor Mathematics and Astronomy Dr. Simon 11. Wendfr Professor Chemistrv ' o ii _ Dr. Ions R. W ' hitakkr Professor Journalism Dr. Gerhard Wiens Associate Professor Modern Languages Mrs. Helen F. Wiens John S. ' u.i_.i s Dr. SiEu art C. Wilcox 1. IJRLCE Wiley Teaching Assistant Assistant Professor .Issociate Professo- Issociate Professor English Physics English Electrical Engineering Page 93 Dr. Virgle G. Wilhite Professor Economics Dr. Guv V. Williams Profissor Chemistry William H. Wilson Instructor Architecture Dr. Ji:u kf, Wi ri fiai i;n Professor Kiitlli h Page 94 " Dr. a. J. Williams Professor Geology Dk. W. . . W ' iLLlBKAM) Professor Modern Languages Dr. I.euis E. Winfrey Professor Modern Languages t.- Dk. I ' .i mer S. Wvnne .Isshtant Professor I ' l.iiil Sciences Charles S. Williams Instructor Mathematics Mrs. Mildred CJ. Wilso.n ' Special Instructor Education M Miss A. Ei.AisE Wise Instructor Music Josh-, I II. W III! Instruitor . rchilecluic Franklin S. Williams .Issislant Professor Marketing Dr. M. O. Wilson Professor Psycholog) ' Herbkri r.. Wrinki e Professor Education Mrs. Ki.aim C. Zim.mi Instructor Modern Languages Dixie Murtin, Ka. Aliir. L.ury Smith, ami Ora Hardy pose with puppies at animal Pi ppy Hance. Little faces seem tiiiulitful, Init one little Im; knows a good deal when he sees it. While riiama and i.apa watih Hi Red ihalk vip another viilory, kiddies play (hills and cowh.iys at the nursery sponsored hv the American I.enion. irtims of the H.O.Q. fire are processed h ' Legionnaires, ( " oinmaiuler Lyie (iritfis, post Legion head, makes the opetiini; speech at the Armistice Dav ceremonies. ' I ' hninas C. Reyiiolils, I ' ost M). Dcpaitiiu ' iU ot Okhilioma. American I,i-j;ioii, after (i c years ot aetive ser ii.e on the I ' niversitN ot Oklalioma campus was iii.ssol eil at the end of the first .semester. The diseontinuaiu-e was iiecessar because the majorit of war veteran students had graduated and a canipiis post w as deemetl no longer necessar . During its (i c years of existence on the Oklalioma campus the post contributed much to student activities and to the welfaie of student eterans. in commentuig upon the closing of I ' ost M)} Dr. (I. I.. Cross, tmi (isit president, s.iid: " W ' hile naturally 1 recei ed the news of Post .Uf.Vs dissolving with a great lea! (j| regret I can appreciate the Post ' s desire and commend its wisdom in disbanding while it is still in a cry strong and respected position. My relations with the campus post ha c been most ple.isaiit. 1 ha e h.iil file highest regard for the various commanders Page 96 The Executive Committee of the American Legion poses for an after-dinner picture. and other officials of the organization and there is no question but that the Post has. at all times, attracted the ver - best student leadership on the campus. " Furthermore, your group has been a steadfast influence for good on the campus and, at ail times, has taken a careful and constructive position in regard to the man problems that have come up since the close of the w ar. " In a letter commenting upon the dissolution of Post 303 Elmer L. Fraker, depart- ment adjutant, states: " Alay I say that Department Headquarters deeply appreciates the outstanding work that has been done by Post 303 since it was chartered. The work that you men did at the University of Oklahoma and in the Department will always be remembered. In fact, I think that your post was the outstanding campus Legion post in the nation. From the training and inspiration that the University of Oklahoma vet- erans received in Post 303, great good will emanate to the Legion throughout the Okla- homa Department. . ' s the young men from 303 become members of the various posts throughout the state, they will take with them the Legion know-how and Sooner inspi- ration. " Post 303 has left many marks upon the campus that will commemorate its existence. Among the more tangible evidences are the children ' s playgrounds on the North and South campuses and Sooner City. Also, the post has contributed a sizable sum to the L niversity Scholarship fun d. W hen tire destroyed the BOO dormitory on the South Campus December 3. the American Legion was one of the first groups to be thoroughh organized and offering assistance to the fire sufferers. Fire broke out about three o ' clock in the morning. Before 8 A. M. Post 303 had set up a complete office for assisting the veterans who had been dispossessed by the fire. The Legion group immediately contacted Department Headquarters for assistance. The campus and Norman hospitals and the Vill Rogers and Universitv ' hospitals were contacted to see how man ' of the injured could be accommodated. The post commander and post service officer sent letters to other states to ascertain what benefits might be secured for the eterans from such states for losses suffered in the fire. Approximately 80 of the veterans filed claims with the V:u X ' eterans Commission and these were processed through Post 303. Page 97 . V " Sec, son, that ' s the way ii works. " sa s Santa Claus to an aspiring young cowhoy at the .American Legion Christmas party. . t annual Christmas party little tut- t- pretty aweil liy St. Nick. ' mfm First R ' liL-, lifl lo right: Ann Tvree, Virjiinia Cannon, Betty Oakes, Mary I.. Stuhhcman, Dorothy Young, Hope Roach. SiionU Roil-: Cal Goode, Jim Frcnsley, Morton Stone, Spencer Taylor, John Smith. Hope Ro.ach John Smith Betty O.akes Jim FRl■: ■sI. ■ OFFICERS President ' ice- President Secretary Treasurer With an eye to the future, when the Union v ill he the shouplacc of the Southwest, the Union Activities Hoard has conducted a year ' s march to success. Hy figuring on fame, the Union Activities Hoard has kept the Union doors swinging, in spite of construction disruptions. Not knowing from one moment to the next when another wall would fall, the UAH has provided for the students ' extra-curricular desires — be it a rest in the lounge, a Friday afternoon coffee, a homecoming parade, variety show or all-University sing. Heading this buzz of activity is .Mar Lou Stuhbenian, director of the Union Activities Hoanl. liei operating center is the UAH office on the third Hom of the Umon — the debarkation point of all tiu- work that results in student fun. Assisting Mary Lou, is the close-knit iicw ot enthusi- astic, energetic board members and connuittees. First semester V AK officers were Spencer ' l ' ,i lor. presi- dent; Calx in (loode, vice-president; ' irginia Cannon, secretar) ; and Ann Tyree, treasurer. Filling out the board were Morton Stone, Jim F " rensle . Hope Roach, Dorothy ' oung and John Smith. Taking the UAH reins the second semester was Hope Roach, wlio was assisted by Hetty Oakes, secretary, and Jim I ' renslex, treasurer. John Smith served as vice-presi- {Unt. Other members were Richard Hriuistetcr, (icorgc A. Hicks, Dexter FKlridge, Hill Wise. Pat Phillips, Aim T ree, and David Hall. . Lijor U AH-spiinsoied e ents included the homecoming celebration steered h John Smith, No v or Ne er A ' eek unclcr the direction ot . iui T ree, " Sooner Scandals " chaiinianed h Hill Wise, and the I iu ersit Sing planned li |{ctt ( )akes. iiii HiiviiiES urn Page 98 First Row, left to right: Chester M. Leonhardt, Mort CJlassner, Madeleine L. Sensale, CJIenn Felty, James Caster, (J. Stanley Brnwn, John Young. Second Roiu: Murray Stewart, Pat Johnston, Lou Ellen Eng, Boh Short, John L. Johnston. Third Row: Betty Oakes, Jack Founders, Edwin Myers, Charles (Jillespie, Harriet Kyler, Nancy Keeling, Ruth Hunter. Fourth Row: Frank Hudson, Quay Williams, Tom Crooks, Clarence Blackburn, Jerry Dick, Jerry Barton, Robert White. Fifth Row: Rex Benedict, Mouphida Hassen, Joan Ballard, Wilson Green, Charles Windle, S. Alice Johnston, Jean Pingleton, Bill Laney. Sixth Row: Tom Puckett, Lloyd Henry, Ruth J. Parker, Herb Smith, Caroline Cobb, James Work. OFFICERS Stax Browx Bill Laney Joan Ballard Jack Pounders Chet Leonhardt Ralph Moore . President ' ice- President Recording Secretary Corresponding Secretary Treasurer Publicity Chairman The Student Senate of the University of Oklahoma was originally organized for the purpose of unifying stu- dent academic, cultural, recreational, and social conditions. Those are words from the Constitution, the words by which the Senate governs the varied activities of the twelve thousand students. They are not easy words to live by. Every meeting of the Senate brings new issuses, new problems. The meetings are sometimes quiet, sometimes fiery, depending on the nature of the legislation. There is no " typical session " of the Senate, but if there were, it might run like this. It is five p.m. The Senators are gathered in little knots in the meeting room at Law Barn. The President raps the gavel. " Meeting will come to order. " The knots break up. Senators settle in their chairs to answer roll call. The session is underway. It may last one hour, two hours, four or five. There is no way of telling. It might be a session like the one where a very articulate Senator delivered some convincing oratory in the cause of band uniforms for the " Pride of Oklahoma " . A donation was made by the Senate and a drive was launched to raise more money. Or again, the meeting might be in a tone of deep seriousness like the one in December after the H.O.Q. dormitory fire. Quietly the Senate voted to strike a plaque in memory of the victims, the plaque to be placed in a prominent location on the campus until per- manent Hre-proof housing for men is provided. At such time it will rest there. It might be like that in the Senate, if all the meetings were wrapped into one. But, whatever the issues, how- ever prolonged the debates, come filibusters or high water, the Student Senate works with pride and confidence to- ward a better school, with the interests of the student bod uppermost in mind. Page 99 First Row, I ' ll III rixlit: Edith Long, Lou Ellen Eng, Dorothy Trucx, Eleanor Erickson, Francys Cameron. Second Rni-j: Shirk- 1.. Brink, Nita S. Hassan, Colleen Roser, Pauline Frankel, Ruth Nichols, Mouphida Has Third Row: Bobbie Watts, Mary J. Strange, Bonnie Ely, Elizabeth Ragsdale, Peggy Dyche, Nadine Norton. Fourth Roiv: Wilma Peck, Peggy Weis, Carolyn Cobb, Rosemary Magner, LaVerne Janzen, Shirley Hill. Fifth Roic: Sara Jean Landsaw, Jo Ann Gist, Barbara Whitehurst, Frances Heinz. Mouphida Hasscn, Sue Mayes. OFFICERS Ele.axor Erickson Lou Elli-.v Exg Shirley Hill Fr.4ncvs Cameron- Edith Long President ' icc- President Corresponding Secretars Recordinj; Secretarx Treasuiei ' All women enrolled in the University are menibeis of the Association of Women Students. The AWS Execu- tive Council is composed of five oHicers, chosen annually at an all-coed election, the chairmen of the various com- mittees, presidents of women ' s organizations, plus a rep- resentative from each housing uiu ' t for women that is not otherwise represented. The Coiuicil functions as a coordinating body for all women ' s activities. The AWS judicial Board, which is composed of the five elected officers, interprets and executes all AWS rules and regu- lations. At an annual spring retreat, ail members ot tlic old and new councils, together with the membeis ot tiieir committees and any coeds who are interested, meet to evaluate the previous year ' s program, make plans for the new ear, and all the rules and regulations go iTnin undergraduate wonuii students. This ear the O.ll. AWS was hostess on April . -d, 4th, and 5th to the convention of the ' estern Regional LAWS, which includes fort -two universities and colleges. The actual work of AWS Is carried on by ten standing conunittees. The public relations committee interests lirospectlve stiulents in coming to O.V. The orientation committee assists new women students in adjusting to campus life. The vocational committee is responsible for the plaiun ' ng of the Annual Career Conference. The service conuiiittee aids in arious ilrlves such as the Llrch of Dimes and the Red Cross drive, and furnishes gm ' des tor visiting groups on the camims. The activities com- nuttee keeps a card-file of girls interested In various acti ities, and is ready to recommend capable coeds for various offices and comnu ' ttee work. Other committees ail ' schoi.-uship, comimnu ' cations. publicit ' , special prob- lems, mm] leadership. Page 100 First Ro ' tf, left to right: Howard G. Borden, Hope Roach, Bob Walker, Betty Ezell, Bonnie Ely, Bill Hall. SiunnJ Rnzi:: Nadine Norton, Pauline Eagleton, Harriett Rutledge, Charlotte Bordman, Phyllis Ghormley, Wade Tyree, Lois Lucking, Shirley Cieurkink. Third Ro=w: Bud Pendarvis, Joyce Calkins, Barbara Whitehurst, Anna L. Biggert, Ruth J. Parker, William C. Majors, Larry McLane, Harold C. Price, Jr., Douglas Mavberrv. Fourth RozL - Don E. Howard, David Hall, Dudlev D. Morgan, T. L. McElhanv, Lindsay L. Alexander, George G. Pingleton, Ralph D. Kopplin, John L. Johnson. V.AI.C.A. OFFICERS WiLLiA.M H.Ai.L President Howard Bordex ' ice-Presiiieiit Buddy Pe.vd.arvls Secretary John Johxsox Treasurer Y.W.C.A. OFFICERS Bonnie Ely President Hope Ro.ach Vice-President Francys Cameron Secretary Shirley Hill Treasurer This is the year to remember; The " Y " welcomed Bob Walker from the ' ale School of Divinity as new Y.M.C.A. Executive Secretary late in the summer . . . wedding bells rang during Christmas for Betty Ezell, the Y.M.C.A. Executive Secretary and the welcome mat went out again for a new staff member, Mrs. Gayle An- derson, who assumed the duties for the second semester. Bonnie FAy and Bill Hall guided the " Y " as presidents . . . early in the fall, plans for the year were laid at the retreat at Camp lone, Oklahoma City . . . with an even greater flood of freshmen, the traditional Freshmen Club was divided into two groups ; one meeting on Wednesday and the other meeting on Thursday. Members recall the spirited elections for the officers of these clubs . . . Up- perclass Club met on Thursday evenings with various faculty, campus, and " Y " leaders as speakers . . . Couples Club convened at President Cross ' home each Friday evening . . . something new was added in the Graduate Club which heard top professors explore new trends in their fields . . . foreign students found the " Y " a place to get acquainted with new friends; .something special this year were the informal teas held for foreign students by the International Relations Committee of the " ' " . . . then there were the weekly radio programs. " The Presents, " which members of the radio conimittee l lannd and presented . . . the worship committee pre- sented the annual " Y " Christmas ' espers and the Easter Sunrise service; the community service committee had such projects as assisting with the Norman " Y " Teens, and programs for the Central State Hospital . . . the human relations committee continued to work out strat- eg ' for quietly being Christian in hinnan relations. Members especially remember such " Y " sponsored speak- ers as Dr. Kirtley Mather, the famous Harvard scientist. Over 600 students made up the " Y " membership this year. III[J-Iitl Page 10! DL mmm (Jiitstion: What -uorlltuhile object could he at the end of this linef Ansuer: Tickets to Dallasch. I A.MPBti L Upjohn Sanger McMorris Ellis Heastov llnlH. Matthews Palmer Keiter ABOVE Firsi Roil.-: Pegcv L. Campbell, A S, Okla. City, A A Ji ; Marsihi.l L. Upjohn, Bus., Okla. City; Leslie L. Ellis, A S, New Orleans, La.; Frank E. Heaston, :S E, A S, Chickasha, II 2, A A , Y.M. C.A., L.Y.D., Amer. Leg., Outstanding Sooner Man — 19 ; OwiGiiT Hodges, A S, Millerton. Second Roil-: Rowdy Sanger. + T A, Okla. City; Bill McMorris, A i: +, Eng., Tar- zan, Tex., T SJ, A.S.C.E., Eng. Club; Tho.vlas J. .M.ATIHEWS, Ell., Okla. Cit ; Harold A. Palmer, A S, Nampa, Idahn, 1 , II M E, lUZ; Shirlee Keiter, Eil., Waterloo, la. BELOW First Ro w: Charles R. McMurry, ' ! K I-, Eng., Salem, Ore., A.I.Ch.E., Eng. Club; Ahmad KlAN- poi ' R, A S, Tehran, Iran, International Club, Pres. ; Easter G. Elliott, Ed., Okla. City; John B. Bick- FORi), - X, Bus., Blackwell, Ace. Club; James J. Billings, A S, Little Rock, Ark.; Maurice M. Hall, Ed., Norman; Ruth W. Saunders, A S, Okla. City; James L. Norman, A T , A S, Dyers- berg, TeniL, ' t ' UZ; Bill Deaton, - X, A S, Tulsa, A ■)■ v.. Second Roiv: Laurabeth West, A S, Ash Grove, Mo., Grad. Asst. Speech, B.S.U.; Paul R. Manson, Bus., Okla. City; Cuing C. Tsao, Eng., Shanghai, China ; Madhusudan B. Thaker, Ed., Wadhwan City, India, — , International Club, Forensic, I.R. C. ; Jack H. Davison, Ed., Norman, K K , Psy. Club, Band, Men ' s Glee Club; Leonard II. Reimer, A S, Corn; Joe E. House, A S, CJramby, Mo., (Jrad. Asst. Chem. ; Leo M. Hurley, Eng., Midwest City, TBI], O.S.P.E., A.S.M.E.; Carmen G. De C;onzalez, A S, Panama City, Panama. Third Row: Grady D. Harris, -I- A h. Bus., Alex, Ae l ; Harold D. Lyons, A S, Elizahethton, Tenn.; Robert C. Millspaugh, B O n, A S, Okla. City, -FE, Pick Hammer; Evelyn J. Russei i , A S, Ashville, N. C, Grad. Soc. Wk. Club, Wesl. v Foundation; Jesse T. Brown, A S, Johnson Ch . Tenn.; Helen L. Dunn, Ed., Duncan, A K :; ; Ivan L. Ophel, A S, Adelaide, S. Australia; Delmer . SwANDER, A S, Cushing, +X; Bryan R. Colberi. A i: , Bus., Norman, Ace. Club. McMURRY West Harris KlANPOUR Manson Lyons Elliott Tsao Millspaugh Bickford Thaker Russell Billings Davison Brown Hall Reimer Dunn Saunders House Ophel Norman Deaton HlRIEY De CjONZALEZ SwANDER Colbert tf il- Ci ' " r» (?» MCN ' AII KN Hi MPHREVS HOUSK SL ' L1.EK(7ER (,risiM;tK MOORK Svinii WllENRY HAi.r. Davis McCov Leonard Parsons Frazier BR15I.EV Harbdlr HARriWlCKE IlII.I. ABOVE First Ro -: Dale P. McN ' aluen, FA, Breckenridge, Te . ; Walter K. Hum- phreys, - A E, Ed., Ardmore; Samuel L. House, Bus., Norman, -M A, A.S. M.E., Soc. for Adv. Management, Past Pres. Soc. of Gen. Eng. ; Maurine Sul- lenger, Ed., Tulsa; Del Guisinger, A S, Washita, X, Amer. Leg.; Thomas R. Moore, Ed., Waurika, L.Y.D., Amer. Leg.; R.aymond M. Smith, A S, Sioux City, la., i: ri i:, 11 ME, 2n; JuLL. A. Whenrv, A S, El Renci; Ernest C. Hall, Ed., Norman, + A K, Math. Prof. SiconJ Ruu:- Cecil L. Davis, Bus., Okia,, City ; Ruth L. McCov, K A H, A S, Cushing, Y.W.C.A., Internationa! Relations; Clarence G. Leonard, A S, Lake Village, Ark.; Burke A. Parsons, Bus., Chandler, Econ. Club; J. Vere Frazier, A S, Sapulpa; Mary L. Brisley, Bus., Frederick, Ace. Club; Edward Barbour, t r A, Blue Hill, Maine, Scabbard Blade, Air Knockers; Norman L. Hard- utcke, Eng., Linares, N. Mex., A.LCh.E. ; Jli.ious C. Hh.l, A S, Tulsa. BELOW First Row: Francis M. Burdick, Bus., Ponca City, Amer. Leg.; Edvvtn L. Lack, Ed., Mangum; Dru- siLLA D. Griffin, ATA, Ed., Okla. City, F.T.A. ; Harry D. Gibbs, A S, North Norwich, N. Y., — PE; Vernon A. Creen, Phm., Stratford, Galen, Drugstore Cowboys, O.L .Ph.A., Instr. School of Phm.; Walter C. Brown, A S, Ft. Collins, Colo., H, n M E, Grad. Asst. Math. ; Mary E. Taft, A S, Okla. City, 2; Marion C. Phillips, Bus., Tulsa, A.M. A., Avn. Club; William D. Peters, A S, Hnbart, Student Masonic Group. Second Row: Doris D. Mulky, Bus., Okla. City; Carlos R. Vaughn, Eng., Norman, FI E T, 11 T , A.LM.E., P. E. Club, A.P.L; Orville D. Stuard, Ed., Newkirk; Leonard V. Peterson, A S. Musko- gee, Soc. Wk. Club; Ethel Hale, A S, Hamilton, Ohio, Golf Club, Grad. Club; Hilliard M. Stone, FA, Texarkana, Tex., A A, (Jrad. Asst. Art School; Ei.wooD L. Baldwin, Eng., Enid, P. E. Club, A.LM.E., Eng. Club; William R. Bohon, Eng., Enid, T B IT, 11 E T, T , p. E. Club, A.LM.E., Shell Oil Fellowship; Gerry L. Rowley, X P., A S, Norman, Laicos Club, A.A.l .W. Third Ro w: Camille F. Hoyek, A S, Beirut, Leb- anon, International Club, Y.M.C.A., International Relations Club; Phillip H. Dowd, Ed., Okla. City; Anna Q. Ebel, Ed., Okla. City, A K P, K ; Stan- ley Horowitz, A S, Brooklyn, N. Y., X, O.S. P.A., A. P.O., International Club; Mauro Fisher, A S, Newark, N. J., Amer. Assn. Soc. Wk., Inter- national Club, L.Y.D., Laicos Club; Ernest M. Erdmann, A S, Quapaw; Dorothy C. Fleet, A S, Marshall; Lester E. Stafford, A S, Tali- hina, Amer. Leg., Pick Hammer; Irwin Polit- ziner, Eng., New York, N. Y., A.LCh.E. L ' RDICK Lack Griffin Gibbs Green Brown Taft Phillips Peters ULKY Vaughn Stuard Peterson Hale Stone Baldxvin Bohon Rowley OYEK Dowd Ebel HOROWIIZ Fisher Erdmann Fleet Stafford Politziner :7L nmuu Si(li ' iniii(i litiirs some of the less hiirily souls donn to mere shndons. SiinisE Ipi.ikci Shutt Simmons Sheixhart McLaurik ABOVE First Ra-u:: Robkkt L. Miii.ier, A S, Kan- sas City, Mo.; Emma E. Richert, Ed., Bethany; KAMEr. T. Khalaf, A S, Mosul, Iraq, Seminar Zoo.; Kenneth M. Shouse, Eng., Norman, T 12, H K N, T B n, 2 T, A.I. E.E., Eng. Club; Arlene R. Shutt, Ed., Carmen; Wii.i.iam E. Shem.hart, A S, Woodward. StfonJ Roii-: Ja.mes R. Andrews, ATI. ' , Bus., Norman, Scabbard Blade, Ace. Club; I. D. Simpson, Jr., AiS, San Anto- nio, Tex., Pick Hammer, ' () " Club; Mav D. Bass, Ed., Healdton; Ah.met Y. Iplikci, Eng., Eskisehir, Turkey, International Club, Y.M.C.A.; Dayton J. Simmons, Ens. Kansas, Mo., A.I.E.E. ; George W. Mi- I.AlRiN, Ed., Okla. Citv. BELOW First Roiv: Mathias L. Maurer, Ed., Monroe, La., Ind. Arts Club; Walton McCarthy, Eng., Ci rpus Christi, Tex., A t U, A.I.Ch.E., Amer. Chem. Soc, Newman Club; Kathrvn S. DeForo, Ed., Norman, II n IF, A II E, Sequoyah Club, A.A.U.W., F.T.A. ; Forrest T. Franklin, Ed., Lithonia, Ga.; Edwin H. Bath.ev, A S, Port Huron, Mich.; Lvi.E W. Stewart, Eng., Parkersburg, W. Va., Amer. Leg. ;eo. Eng. Assn.; I.ouiSE M. Brigham, Ed., Miami; Hi)WAR[ H. Farris, Acacia, Ed., El Reno, M A ; Wii.iiiiR L., A S, Rockport, Mo., Who ' s Who in Amer. Col. Univ. Second Roiu: Mar F. Dresse, A S, Salina, Kan.; Everett V. Semrad, Ed., Garber; James G. Seav, Eng., Ponca City, AX 2, A.I.Ch.E., Eng. Club, Texas Co. Fellowship in Chem. Eng.; Mohammed G. Akmal, A S, Cairo, Egypt, STE; John T. Eidt, A S, Tiffin, Ohio; Robert M. Tidwell, A S, Poteau, Ruf-Neks, Glee Club, Choir; James F. Con- NELi,, A S, Ft. Valley, Ga., Pick Hammer; OvAi. L. Walker, A S, McCloud, +-; Nina Dickinson, Ed., Prague. Third Roiv: William P. Harrison, F. , Philadel- phia, Pa.; Ji ' LiA M. Albin, A S, Okla. City; James N. HiBBARi), Bus, Washington, D. C, Econ. Club; Thomas S. Sawyer, A S, Sacramento, Calif., H 2, Order of Coif; Howard S. White, A S, Atoka, A X i:, Teaching Asst. Math Dept. ; Henrv J. Moehlmann, Bus., Tulsa, A.M. A., Avn. Club; James H. Cobbs, 2 + E, Eng., Sapulpa, A.I.M.E., P. E. Club, St. Pat ' s Council, Sooner Shamrock. Knights of St. Patrick; Naoma R. Hinter, A S. Boswell, Student Senate, International Club, Sequoy- ah Club, German Club; Cecil E. Walton, Bus.. Norman, F.con. Club. Maurf.r Dresse Harrison McCarthy DeForr Semrad Seav Albin Hibbaro Franklin .Akmal Sawyer Baitley Eidt White Stewart Tidwell Moehlmann Brigham Con NELL Cobbs Farris Walker Hinter Bressler Dickinsi ' Walton wm ' o f ic XSEillBS That gleam in Cartene Traub ' s eye is either for her partner, Ronald Barton, or one of those rtite stags at thf Delia ( hi dam, . r ry Bass Basler Bai.i.aro Clark Christian- Chern ' ow Carter C ' lRTIS Shaoid Roberts ABOVE First Roii:: William A. Bass, Jr., Eng., Tulsa, Geo. Society; Eddie Basler, Jr., A S, Blanchard; James O. Ballard, Eng., Chickasha; Maxine Clark, FA, Norman, Xewman Club; Horace R. Christian, Eng., Curbing, P. E. Club, 11 K T. Siiijiut Rmt:: Melvin Chersow, Eng.. Brooklyn, N. Y., A.S.M.E.; Millard M. Carter, A S, Lawton, Wesley Foundation ; Jack F. Curtis, Eng., Okla. City, A.I.E.E. : Ernest G. Shadid, A S, Okla. City, X, Newman Club, I.M.A. ; E. C. Roberts, Eng.. Okla. City, O.S.P.E., P. E. Club, Eng. Club. BELOW First Roiv: Fred G. Edwards, Eng., Bartlesville, II Ti;, A.S.M.E., S.A.E. ; Patricia L. Johnston, A ' I ' , FA, Cushing, Choral Club; Allie O. Isom, Eng., Okla. City, A.S.M.E., S.A.E. ; Kenneth L. Classen, A S, Beaver, A.E.D., » 2, Ruf-Neks, Scabbard Blade; Charles J. Bates, Eng., Sayre, A.S.C.E. ; Bernet J. Bauer, Phm., Norman, O.V. Ph. A.; Bettv J. Holi.ingswortii, Ed., Norman; William C. Cooksev, Ed., Norman; Oliver D. Bovn, Phm., Purcell. SrconJ Roii.-: John W. Brackett, A S, Dallas, Tex., Pick Hammer; Donald N. Crain, Bus., Clayton, Wesley Foundation ; Monta M. Chapman, ATA, Bus., Ponca City, Racket Club, Badminton Club; Jack Pattillo, Eng., Gladewater, Tex., ilET, p. E. Club; Donald F. Presley, Eng., Ada, II KT, i;T, p. E. Club; Stephen A. P. rk, Eng., Durant, II K T, P. E. Club; William W. Lampkin, Bus., Hobart; William J. Ford, A S, Crescent, Scabbard Blade, Pick Hammer; John D. Ai - ERS, Jr., Eng., Boonevllle, Ark., P. E. Club. Tliirii Rii ' Vi;: Jack L. Featherston, Bus., Paw- huska, Soc. Amer. Mgr. ; Jack C. Farris, Eng., Okla. City, T B II, Z T, H K X, A.I.E.E.; Bern.xrd LiNDENBERn, Eiig., Pittsburgh, Pa., A.S.C.E.; Gil- bert H. Proctor, Phm., Purcell, A X, O.l ' .Ph.A.; Donald P. Knapp, Eng., Okla. City, A.S.M.E.; Howard E. Ellis, Jr., Eng., Ft. Worth, Tex., P. E. Club; eida E. CJaii.ev, Bus., Bartlesville; Charles E. I.akfoon, Bus., Dover, .Vrk. ; Donald A. Leake, Bus., Chandler, Basketball. E|)V ARDS Joh nston Isom Classen Bates Bauer IIOLLINCSWORIII COOKSEY Boyd Brackeit Crain Chapman Pattillo Presley Park I.AMPKIN Ford .■ ERS Feathers ' ! ON Farris LiNDENBERC Proctor Knapp Ellis Gailey I.AKFOON l.EAKE 6 • ( ■ -A i ' Mi l5 — i i FciKREST Greessikin Grees- Graham Ferclsos ' Golden- ElSF- Gl.OVER JOSKS CillSTRAP Georoe Gardner George Edwards Em MONS Ernst Anderson Keli.ev ABOVE First Roiv: Charlie B. Forrest, Bus., Stratford; Donald D. Greenstein, AiS, New York, . v.; Beryl B. Green, Eng., Norman, AIEE, Eng. Club; Charles W. Graham, Bus., Bridgeport, Tex., Ace. Club, Amer. Leg. ; Neal R. Fergu- son, Bus., Lawton, B T li ; Richard L. Golden, Phm., Mena, Ark.; Orlando C. Elsea, Jr., A S, Mangum, X; Willard F. Glover, Eng., Loreta, Tenn., Soc. Geo. Eng., Pick Hammer, Amer. Leg; Shirley E. Jones, ATA, Bus., Phila- delphia, Pa. Second Row: John S. Gilstrap, A S, Okla. City; Sam A. George, Eng., Oke- mah, P. E. Club; Reynold M. Gardner, Jr., Eng., Amarillo, Tex., A.LM.E., P. E. Club, Eng. Club; Albert D. George, A S, Norman; George V. Ed- wards, Eng., Jenks, A.LE.E. ; Wesley B. Emmons, Bus., Okeene, A H, Ruf- Neks, Mkt. Club; Edward A. Ernst, Eng., Oakes, N. Dak., FI E T, T B n, i: T, P. E. Club; John F. Anderson, Eng., Ashland, Wis., A.LCh.E. ; Helen J. Kelly, - A A, Ed., Norman, Coed Council BELOW First Rmi:: Ralph T. Kendrick, Eng., Little Rock, Ark., A.LE.E.; James C. Darnell, Eng., Apache, Cieo. Eng. Club; Edward M. Fuerst, Eng., Miami, Fla., P. E. Club; Leland E. Allen, Eng., Norman, A.S.M.E.; L. Jean Chalfant, X 12, FA, Cheyenne, - A I, Choral Club, Timber Cruisers; Jack B. Har- wooD, FA, Ft. Smith, Ark., A A; Glen A. Foltz, A S, Hnbart; CRANSTON W. Flesher, Eng., Ed- mond, TE, 2 T, II K T, P. E. Club; Luther S. Fisher, Bus., Wo idward. Second Rozc: Harold L. Dowell, Jr., Eng., Okla. City, Eng. Club, A.S.M.E. ; Barbara G. Jamison, Ed., Carnegie, 11 i! n ; Robert K. Dixon, Eng., Calgary, Canada, P. E. Club; Adolph K. Diebel, FA, San Antonio, Tex.; Don. ld W. D.wts, A S, Abilene, Tex.; Theodore J. Campbell, Bus., Bris- tow, Aviation Club; Winfield R. Carlisle, Eng., Cherokee, 2 T, A.S.E. ; William J. Chandler, A S, Denton, Tex. ; Jack N. Merritt, Bus., Martha, Soc. of Adv. Mgm. Third Ro ' u.-: Dale E. iMei.lin ;, Eng., Butler, P. E Club, Eng. Club; Miles Ma.vwell, Jr., Eng., Okla City, Eng. Club, A.LE.E.; Bill R. Mavnard, Bus. Altus, A ce. Club; Bobby L. Maynard, Phm., Tulia Tex., +AX, O.r.Ph.A.; Glen E. Margerum, Eng. Shawnee, A.S.M.E.; Fannie E. Lewis, A S, Still- well; Ai.ioN J. Marshall, Ed., Okla. City; An- thony M. Massad, A S, Apache; Chei.lis F Howe, Bus., Okla. City. Kendrick Dowell Melling Darnell Jamison Ma.xwell Fuerst Dl.XON Maynard Allen Diebel Maynard Chalfant Davis Margerum Harwood Campbell Lewis Foltz Carlisle Marshall Flesher Chandler NLxssAi) Fisher Merriit Howe v , ' J ' -»• «e5-l X SlillBS It ' s (I u ' oinan ' s iiorld. Here Tlutti Mury Little has KA Harry Phillips cringing at the KA formal. Hailed Been- Babin Adv an hriVD Beemer Adams Bauer ABOVE First Roiv: Edna J. Bailev, Ed., Norman, I1S2IT, F.T.A.; Cleveland V. Babin, A S, Okla. City, X, Mil. Intel. Officer, C.I.C.; Jack M. Bovd, Bus., Lone Wolf, Amer. Leg.; Kenneth M. Adams, Eng., Tonaiva, HKX, 2T, A.LE.E.; Willie E. Belcher, A S, Vinita. SiionJ Ronj:: Birev Been, Phm.. (green- wood. Ark., PX, O.U.Ph.A., Ethical Soc. of Phm.; Alex K. Adwan, A S, Seminole; Dolores L Bee.mer, A S, Okmulgee, AAA; Neh. K. Baler, Eng., Norman; Ray E. Ashley, Eng., Muskogee, + H i " . i: T, II T 2, S.A.E., A.S.M.E., Eng. Cluh. BELOW First Roiv: Edward C. Ritchev, I ' A h, Eng., Bar- tlesville, A.LCh.E., Eng. Club; Fellx E. Typaldos, H K ' , Phm., Panama City, Panama, K 4 ' , Interna- tional Club, Inter-American Club, O.CPh.A. ; My- ron C. Metz, ax, Bus., Blackwell; Donald W. Shafeer, Bus., Tulsa, A t 2; Ruby L. Jolley, Ed., Enid, Orchesis, F.T.A. ; Ray L. Davis, AX, Bus., Blacknell, Ace. Club; James W. Tucker, Eng., Altus, TKII, II ET, ST, p. E. Club, Eng. Club; Raymond L. Kindred, Eng., Cushing, T B II, 2 T, ■I- Hi:, II KN, A.LE.E., Eng. Club; James G. Starr, A S, Mangum. Third Roii-: Theodore L. Liebetrau, A S, Kansas City, Mo., Pick Hammer; Chester A. Long, Bus., Medford ; Russell L. Madden, Eng., Okmulgee, II K X, A.LE.E., Men ' s Glee Club, St. Pat ' s Coun- cil; Orban F. Templeton, Bus., Pawhuska; May- NARD F. Knepper, Ed., Montpclier, Ohio; Paul C. Smith, Acacia, Eng., Seminole, T Si, II E T, p. E. Club, Eng. Club; Betty Lynn, FA, Norman, T A X, El Modjii, r.A.B. ; Kenneth W. Beaver, Acacia, Eng., Douglass, Wyo., n E T, p. E. Club; Harold L. Smith, Eng., Mt. Vernon, III., P. E. Club, Eng. Club, A.I.M.E. Second Roll:: Tom l. Skill.vian, Bus., Altus; Charles H. Smith, Eng., Sulphur, T !. ' , A.LE.E., Eng. Club ; Ora L. Strong, A S, Norman, 1 " A X, Daily Staff Writer, Society Editor, Commercial Manager, Traffic Director K.C.V.V., l.A.B. Pub. Com.; Rudolph C. Swanson, Bus., Dallas, Tex., . cc. Club; Morton B. Stone, A S, New York, N. V„ lAX. r.A.B., Okla. Daily Staff; O. J. Harvey, A S, Okla. City; Cno Veideman, Eng., Tallinn, Estonia, International Club; Robert G. Blaisdell, Eng., Lancaster, Pa., .A.S.M.E., Band; Don K. Leavitt, Ed., Newkirk, " arsity Dance Band. RlTCllEY Skillman LlEllElRAU Tvpalbos Metz Smith Strong Long Madden Shaffer Swanson Templeton Jolley Stone Knepper Davis Harvey Smith Tucker Kindred Starr Veideman Blaisdell Leavitt Lynn Beaver Smith Cox HlNES Cotton He.voon- Jamks Hoi.comb ABOVE First Ror,..: Jfrrv M. Co.x, Eng., El Doradis Kan., P. E. Cliih; Cecil L. Cot- ion, Eiig., dishing, II T i:, ' Ml i), A.S.M.E., S.A.E. ; Harold J. Coreett, Eng., Vinita, T. A.I.Ch.E.; Dlrell P. Dauchertv, Eng., Norman, i: P K, T K 11, :iT, MIi:, Soc. Gen. Eng., Pick Hammer, Eng. Club; Joseph A. McElrov, Eng., Fall River, Mass., — F E, Soc. (ieo. Eng., Pick Hammer, Mcicer Club; GEORfiE v. McClintic, Eng., Savre, P. E. Club; Salvador Larrazabal, Bus., Caracas, Venezuela; Bonnie J. Ely, A F A, A S, Okla. City, Mortar Board, Pres. Y.W.C.A., A.W.S. Council; Jack V. Iames, Eng., Okla. Citv, T S , Vice-Ch. I.A.S., A.S.M.E. S,;o:!j Ro -: ernon M. Hines, Eng., Okla. City, A.I.E.E.; Fred II. Hendon, Jr., Bus., Tulsa, B F 2 , Ace. Club, Amer. Leg., Air Reserve, Masonic (iroup; Cecil R. Johnson, Bus., Ardmore, Amer. Leg.; Bob J. Phillips, A S, Okmul- gee; Elbert D. Overholi, A S, Bethanv, II .M K ; OoRis J. Mead, A HA, A S, Kingllsher, B.VV.O.C, Matrix Table, V.W.C.A., Coed Council, Pan-Hellenic, A.W.S. ; L. Powell, Ed., Shawnee, Ind. Arts Club; Joe M. IIoih;son, Eng., Okla. City, A.S.C.E. ; James F. Holcomb, Bus., Pauls ' alley, Asst. Mgr. I ' niv. Airport. BELOW First Roiv: Robert B. Hendrick, Eng., Tuskahoma, A.S.C.E.; William B. Mosier, Phm., Henderson, Tenn., A X, O.U.Ph.A. ; Jimmie P. Jennings, A S, Tipton; Jo A. Hill, Ed., Okla. City; Silas N. Rip- pee, Eng., Wichita, Kan., A.I.Ch.E., Eng. Club; Harper J. Smith, Eng., Hummelston, Pa., Gen. Eng. Club, St. Pat ' s Council; Landon F. Son, Eng., Ard- more; Ernest A. Taton, Bus., Arkansas City, Kan., A.M. A.; Warren D. Jones, Eng., Okla. City, A.S.C.E. Second Roii:: Faris T. Johnson, Jr., Eng., Wichita Falls, Tex., Soc. Geo. Eng.; L. D. ToDD, Jr., Eng., Okla. City; Jack G. Springer, Bus., Norman, Pub. Director A.M.A. ; Clyde H. Smith, A S, Vashon, Wash.; Melvin L. Jackson, Phm., Sacramento, Calif., O.U.Ph.A.; Betty L. Kilman, Bus., Okla. City, AAA, BF2, Ace. Club; Herbert B. Smith, " ( " Ae, A S, Tulsa, " O " Club, Okla. Intramural Board ; James R. Teel, A X, Eng., Tulsa, n F. T, 2 F E, A.I.M.E., Pick Hammer, P. E. Club, Eng. Club, Sooner Shamrock; John A. Wirth, A S, East Lansing, Mich., Ruf-Neks, Pick Hammer. Third Roii - James C. Kurtz, AX, A S, Chicka- sha. Yearbook Staff, Soc. Wk. Club, Y.M.C.A. ; Mattte M. Francis, Bus., Okla. City; Richard M. Z.Ajic, AT, A S, Miami, I.F.C. ; Fred L. Ruther- ford, AT, Bus., Okla. City; EwELL B. Martin, Ae, Eng., McComb, Miss., H E T, T B II, H i, P. E. Club, Eng. Club; Tom Barbour, +Ae, Eng., Okla. City, TBn, Z T, A.I.Ch.E., Eng. Club; Ju- LiEN Bahr, : X, A S, Okla. City, I.F.C. Ex. Sec; Grover C. Holt, Jr., Eng., Sharpies, W. Va., n E T, Eng. Club, P. E. Club; Billy G. Weli.s, Phm., Ft. Cobb, O.r.Ph.A. Hendrick Mosier Johnson Todd Kurtz Francis Jennings Hill RlPPEE Smith Son T. ton Jones Springer Smith Jackson Kilman S.MITH Teel WlRTH Z. jic Rutherford Martin Barbour I? AHK Holt Wells OL HIIIIIS Iri.n COLBV X-AMFAI York LKVKRllKit Brichtox ABOVE W ' uRSIKI.I Brooks Mosti.v Hoke Firsl Roii;: Juii F. Iii.o, A S, PatrhoKue, . ; James J. Scampato, Eng., New V(irk, N. V. ; Li.ovD R. Leveridge, Bus., Okla. City, A.M.A. ; Hairstov C. Wor- STEii., Eng., Hinton, WTI. A.S.M.E., I.A. S. ; Pat Moselv, A A II, FA, Alliance, Ohio, I iiiv. Choir. StrnnJ Roz,-: DiANA O. Coi.BV. Bus., Tul- sa ; Charles M. York, Eng., Okla. City; Harold D. Brighiok, A S, Cnffeyvllle, Kan., " O " Club, Anthro. Club, Swimming Team ; Leonard R. Brooks, Eng., Tulsa, AXi:, A.I.Ch.E.; George A. Hoke, Jr., Bus., .N ' orman. BELOW FirsI Row: Donald E. Hon, A S, Cmssville, 111., Pick Hammer; Johnnie V. White, Jr., Bus., Frederick, Ace. Club; John H. Wh.son, Phm., Okla. City, 0.r.Ph.. ' .; Sterling L. Sawyer, Bus., Lindsay; Paul E. Mlllinax, A S, Olley, 111., Ruf- Neks, Pick i Hammer; Fred W. Worsham, Bus., El Dorado, Ark.; Jack W. Wh.liams, A S, HealH- ton; Ann Powledoe, ATA, FA, Ardmore, El Mod- jii; Ramon D. Amin, Eng., Baroda, India, A.S. M.E., S.A.E. Si-iond Row: Robert T. Prater, Eng., Tyler, Te. ., A.S.M.E. Pres., S.A.E., Eng. Club; Jimmie G. Powell, Phm., El Reno, A X, " O " Club, O.I " . Ph. A., Drugstore Cowboys; LouiS F. McMenamv, Eng., Lubbock, Tex., T S2, A.S.M.E., S.A.E. ; Dl na L. Brett, K K r, A S, Norman; Thomas L. Wood- ward, Bus., Norman; Norma L. Adams, F ' MS, F.A, Woodward, :: A I, Y.W.C.A., B.W.O.C. ; J. W. Fortner, Bus., -Ada, . ' cc. Club; Collis R. Parker, Ed., Okla. City, A X i;, A ' Mi ; K, rl K. Mullen, Eng., No rman, .A.S.C.E. Third Row: Wn lum C. Nlxon, A S, Flora, 111.; Hope Roach, F B, A S, Texhoma, F A X, A E P, Y.W.C.A., r.A.B., A.W.S. Council; Charley W. Ne.we, Eng., Lawton, P. E. Club. A.I.M.E.; John S. Alcorn, Eng., Ponca City, Cieo. Eng. Soc, Pick Hammer; James E. Rose, Eng., Norman. B.S.I ' ., Soc. Eng. Physics; Ja.vies R. Baker, A S, Wynne- wiiod; John A. Whitchurch, Eng., Okla. City, A.S.C.E., Eng. Club; J. Chakfin, Bus., Ce- ment; Robert D. Goodner, A S, Okla. City. Hon White Wilson Sawyer Mui.livax Worsham Williams PoWLEDGE Amin Prater Powell McMenamv Brett Woodward Adams Fortnek Parker Mullen Nixon Roach Nease Alcorn Rose Baker WmTCIURCH ClIAriTN Goodner i?l ; I.ANKEVSHIP Hope Butts Devmn Dickinson Hacan Bi) ce Bl RION BlTI.ER )1CKERS0N BlRDEN Hdpperstai) Br. i;g Abkrnathv Kradkorii Oh Crai 1 ENREM) Den SON ' Home ABOVE Firsl Roii;: Bvrnest E. Bi.ankenship, Eng., Okla. City, A.S.M.E. ; Gi.EN L. Hope, Bus., Maysville, A M. ' , Student Masonic Group, Mkt. Club; Kenneth M. Butts, Bus., Dillard, Ace. Club; Pegov M. Devin, A S, Duncan, Wesley Foundation, K + ; Ernest J. Dickinson, Eng., Quanah, Tex., n E T, Z T, p. E. Club, Bus. Mgr. Shamrock; Kenneth B. Hacan, Phm., Laverne, O.l ' .Ph.A.; Bn.i.v M. BovCE, Eng., Smackover, Ark., II E T, Student Masonic Group, P. E. Club; Robert J. Burion, Eng., Cedaredge, Colo., A.I.E.E. ; CJlenn A. Butler, A S, Okmulgee. Siinnd Rniu: William E. Dickerson, Phm., Okmulgee, O.l ' .Ph.A.; Helen R. Burden, Bus., Shawnee; Donald M. Hopperstad, A S, Norman; John A. Br.agc, Phm., Henrietta, Tex., ' A X, O.U.Ph.A. ; Marilyn Adernathv, A S, Wichita Falls, Tex., FAX, Orchesis, Daily Staff; A. Calvin Bradford, A S, Watonga, H 2, A E A, B.S.U. ; H. T. DeGrafkenreid, Eng., Sasakwa, Soc. Prof. Eng.; James A. Denson, A S, Jackson, Miss.; W1LLIA.VI R. Hovle, Eng., Shawnee, :S II i), T B II, :i T, Eng. Physics Club. BELOW First Rnni;: Paul O. Morrison, Jr., Bus., Norman ; LoRA L. Camp, Ed., Olustee, II P. II, K ; William J. Franklin, Eng., Lanton, n T Z, A.S.M.E.; Wal- ter E. Farr, Eng., Bartlesville, A.S.M.E., Varsity Swimming Team; Neal W. Mercer, Eng., Kil- gore, Tex., Geo. Eng. Soc, Eng. Club; Charles W. Martin, Eng., Norton, Kan., Tricon ; George R. Emery, A S, Temple, Tex.; Mitat Y. Tolcay, Eng., Kayseri, Turkey, Geol. Eng. Soc, Interna- tional Club; Jesse E. Dobbs, Jr., A S, Maude. Seinriil Roiu: Ralph A. Fii.ius, Bus., Okla. City, Student Masonic Group, Ace Club; J. K. Fancher, Jr., Phm., Connor, Ark., K +, O.C.Ph.A.; Virginia P. Cannon, A X n, A S, Ponca City, Thalian, Sec r.A.B., Ser. Chairman A.W.S. ; Jesse C. Rowe, Phm., Hot Springs, Ark., O.U.Ph.A., PX; Ray- mond L. Chaney, Eng., Watertown, S. Dak., I.A.S., Okla. Soc Prof. Eng., A.S.M.E.; Dody A. Farha, FA, Okla. City; Ora C. Collins, Eng., Gulfport, Miss., O.S.P.E., P. E. Club, Elks Club B.P.O.E., Amer. Leg.; William T. Ford, Eng., Okla. City, Soc. Geo. Eng.; William A. Fowler, Jr., A S, Fayetteville, Ark., Pick Hammer. Third Roiv: Howard M. Dudley, Bus., Tulsa, A.P.O., Ace Club; Wilbur G. Care, A S, Okla. City, Glee Club; Orvti.i.e D. Bond, Phm., Norman, J AX, " t-HS, O.l ' .Ph.A.; Robert L. Dickinson, Eng., Okla. City, T 2, Chm. I.A.S., Soc for S.A.M.; Harvey C. Barber, Bus., Okla. City, Ace Club; Robert W. Barr, FA, Aurora, III., Univ. Players; James R. Moore, Eng., Blanchard, II KX, Assoc Gen. Eng., Amer. Leg., Eng. Club; Margaret T. Carpenter, A S, Tulsa; Paul C. Brown, Eng., Okla. Citv, A.S.M.E., S.A.E. Morrison Camp Franklin Farr Mercer FiLlUS Fancher Cannon Rowe Chanel Dudley Care Bond Dickinson Barhfr Martin Embrv Farha Collins Barr Moore Tol.GAY DOBBS Ford Fowler Carpenter Brown DL SEIIiiS Spergle looks ready to give the ivhole thing up, but Morris icants to talk it over. Hamra Ballard Saltzman BiCHAM CiLNNIN ROOKER Means ROSENSTEIV Harlev Clrtis ABOVE Tirsl Roii: Bill M. Hamra, Phm., Henri- etta, AX, O.r.Ph.A.; H. Wavse Bal- lard, A S, Gage; Harold Saltzman, Eng., New York, N. Y.; June M. Bigham, A S, Norman; James E. Gunning, Bus., Enid, Ace. Club, Mkt. Club. SitonJ Rov:: Edwin V. Rooker, AiS, Enid, Econ. Club, A.M.A.; Jennie V. Means, FA, Norman, n Z K, M E, Choral Club, B.S.I ' .; Daniel L. Rosenstein, A S, Tulsa, A E A, H Z ; Richard D. Barley, Eng., Bartlesville, Tfi, HTS, A.S.M.E., St. Pat ' s Council ; Robert L. Curtis, Bus., Am- arillo, Tex. BELOW First Roic: Joe O. Stevens, Phm., Ashdown, Ark., K , Ruf-Neks, O.U.Ph.A., See. Eth. Phm.; W. H. Grimes, FA, Tulsa; William L. Smith, Eng., Al- bany, N. Y., nT2, S.A.E., A.S.M.E., Eng. Club; Robert D. Smith, Bus., Lamont Iowa, Celebritv Series, Amer. Leg., A t2, Econ. Club; Jesse E. (rNEAL, Eng., Griffin, Ind., n E T, P. E. Club, Eng. Club; William L. Colvin, Eng., Beacon, N. Y., T B n, Z n 2:, H 2, Soc. Eng. Physics, Canterbury Club, Eng. Club; Larkin O ' Hern, A 6, Bus., Tulsa; Ellen V. Koehler, FA, Adams, I ' niv. Choir; J. Leiner Temerlin, n A ■!), A S, Ardmore, AEP. Second RoiL - Robert L. Higgins, Eng., Shawnee, Soc. Geo. Eng., " O " Club; William H. Bunch, Jr., Eng., EI Dorado, Ark., P. E. Club; Joe Crowder, r a, Bus., Muskogee, A.M.A., Basket- ball Trainer; Richard J. Yates, A S, Dallas, Tex., Pick Hammer; B. rb.ara C. Quincv, K K T, V. , McAlester, M t E ; Richard W. Clark, Bus., Ft. Worth, Tex., A.M. A; Earl C. Lairson, Bus., Shaw- nee, Ace. Club; Charles M. Angelly, Bus., Bos- well, Scabbard Blade, International Club, Inter- American Club, Economics Club; Charles W. Ward, A(-i, a S, Tulsa, Tricon. TlurJ Roil: Leo c;. Tate, Phm., Hinger, •!■ II i:, PX, K+, 0.( " .Ph..A.; NLvxiNE I.. CIee, Ed., Kon- awa, I ' niv. Sym. Orch., Women ' s Choral Club; Ja.mes a. Bran ion, Eng., Columbia, .Miss., P. E. Club, Eng. Club; Bobby L. Sampson, Bus., Musko- gee, H 2:, BFi:, A.M.A. ; James L. Hkrrin, Bus., Fletcher; Curtis L. Walker, Eng., Okla. City, I.A.S., A.S.M.E., Eng. Club; Thom.w D. Coffman, Eng., Alva, T H II. i! T, II K X, A.I.E.E., Eng. Club; William K. Cakm , Phm., Elkview, W. Va., 1 ' AX: Jack Ruikird, Bus., Okla. City. Stevens Grimes Smiiii Smith O ' Neal Colvin O ' Hern Koehler Temerlin Higgins Bunch Crowder Yates Quincv Clark Lairson Angelly Ward Tate Gee Branton Sampson Herrin ' alker Coffman C. rney Redbird c Sxo ' ir Brou SlINSDN Mever {% o ry 7T V IIartlev SCHEER i ' a ' . LaMomla Mahkke schkenkel Sprague MnciiEi.i. Pershali. ABOVE First Rati;: JoH L. Stott, AiS, Okla. ( ' ity, H i: ; Dos aid L. Stinson ' , Eng., Falls rhurch, Va., A.I.Ch.E.; Robert E. Tate, Eiig., Midwest, Wyo., n E T, P. E. Club, Eng. Cluh; Frank B. Hartlev, Jr., A S, Tampa, Fla., Pick Hammer; Thomas M. LaMomca, A S, Krum, Tex.; Jill Schrenkel, Bus., Norman, H Z K, A.M.A. ; James T. Mitchell, Eng., Stihvell, T B n, t H ;:, i: T, H K N, A.I.E.E., Student Masonic Group; Hendrix E. Crabtree, Phm., Eudora, Ark., O.T.Ph.A. ; JoHNvv B. Cooper, A S, Leedey. SiKiiiil Roil-: Charles W. Brown, Eng., Muskogee, A.I.E.E. ; Doris F. Mever, AX 12, A S, Shaunee, Y.W.C.A., I ' .A.B., History Cluh; LiNCiors A. Foi.soM, Bus., Chickasha, Ace. Club; Awanda A. Scheer, A S, Norman; Louis O. Mahnke, Phm., Guthrie, O.L ' .Ph.A. ; William Sprague, Phm., Haskell, O.l " . Ph.A. ; James F. Pershall, Bus., Snyder; Raymond T. Morton, Eng., Okmul- gee, A.I.E.E.; James D. Vaughan, Bus., Frederick, Amer. Leg., Iiitirnational Club, Inter-American Club, Deutsche Liederfreuiide. BELOW First Roir: Edward G. Crotchett, Eng., Nevada, Mo.; James L. Fox, Bus., Shawnee, Mkt. Club; Lavoise Crittenden, Eng., Rush Springs, A } Z, A.I.E.E., Eng. Club; Bill A. Eischeid, A S, Okla. City; Robert L. Crews, AT, A S, Tulsa, 2, Pres. Pre-Med Club, A E A, I.F.C. ; Jimmie G. Lightfoot, Eng., Tishomingo, Geo. Eng. Soc, Eng. Club; Billy J. Granger, A S, Wewoka ; Jesse G. Fire- stone, Phm., May, O.U.Ph.A. ; Sam F. Flykn, A S, Bethany, Amer. Leg. Second Row: William T. Edwards, Bus., Wood- ward ; Joe H. Nichols, Bus., Ponca City, Ace. Club, Newman Club; Harold E. Gray, Bus., Wagoner, Ace. Club; Walter M. Schlichting, A S, Weath- erford, German Club; Betty J. Reed, A S, Hold- enville, ON; Dale A. Kelly, Eng., Peoria, III., Tricon ; John E. Bort, K 2, A S, Okmulgee, Amer. Leg.; Vernon E. Finney, FA, Ponca City, A ' I ' A ; Billy K. Ellison, Eng., Yazoo City, Miss., P. E. Club. TliirJ Row: Clarence W. Paine, Bus., Enid, Ace. Club, Football; Jerry A. McKnight, Eng., Russell, Kan., P. E. Club; Dorothy J. Cole, FA, Norman, El Modjii, B.S.r.; Paul F. Cunningham, Eng., El Reno, H K X, A.I.E.E.; James L. Phillips, Jr., Eng., Tyler, Tex., T B II, 11 ET, P. E. Club; Robert D. Heckart, Eng., Fairfax, A X i), A.I.Ch.E., Eng. Club; Nihar K. Roy, Eng., Calcutta, India, A.I. Ch.E. ; Herbert Kaplan, A S, New York, N. Y., AEA, I.M.A., V-Pres. Hillel; Demi F. Wallace, AT, Eng., Lindsay, P. E. Club, Eng. Club. Crotchett Fox Crittenden- Eischeid Crews Lightfoot Granger Firestone Flynn Edwards Nichols Gray Schlichting Reed Kelly Bort Finney Ellison Paine McKnight Cole Cunningham Phillips Heckart Rov Kaplan Wallace r n :i. HilBBS Tiio loyal brothers of Gamma Sly ma (local). Bill Beavers and Johnny Dobhs, snoii- Mother Briltain at Phi Gam diuue. Hesteri.v IIlVDES HroiiEs Roberts Hist C ' l ARK Hi ST Mask McCai.1. Cl.ARK ABOVE first Roiv: Hakrki, P. Hesteri.v, Phm., Chulester, Ark., P X, O.T.Ph.A. ; Jack H. Hughes, Ed., Muskogee, " P T " O " Club; James R. Hunt, Bus., Ada, Ace. Club; CJwE.v L. Hunt, Phm., Perry, A K 2, O.V. Ph.. ' ., I.N.C. ; Albert D. McCai.i,, Eng., . Iilford, Mich., P. E. Club, Student ic CJroup, Eng. Club. Sinind Rov:: Ma. R. Hindes, Eng., Dun- can, T!. ' , i;rE, HET, P. E. Club; Kath- i.vv A. Roberts, X Q, FA, Okmulgee, - A I, a Cappella Choir. W.R.A., Swing Club, Y. W.C.A., Sch. Sextet; Bill. E. Ci.ark, Ed., Norman; Robert D. Mann, Eng., York, Pa.. A.I.E.E.; Melviv R. Clark, FA, Shaw- nee, K A II, I ' niv. Band, Varsity Club Orch. BELOW First Row: James W. Hazzard, Phm., Hope, Ark., O.r.Ph.A. ; Barbara A. Smith, FA, Lawton; Bek- JAMIV F. Hardin, Bus., Henryetta, Amer. Mkt. Assn.; Eugene F. Herbeck, Eng., Riverton, Wyo., SPE, II ET, P. E. Club, Eng. Club, Newman Club; Frederick F. Larwic, Eng., Okla. City, 11 TZ, O.S.P.E., A.S.M.E.; William R. Folsom, Eng., Ardmorc, O T i;, A.S.M.E., S.. ' .E.; Richard O. Gassman, Eng., Freeport, 111., D.A.V. ; Reginald M. DonsoN, A S, Norman; Pleas Stringer, Aca- cia, A S, Okla. City. Second Ronr: Kernon W. Bone, A S, Norman, Masons, Pick Hammer, Amer. Leg.; Herman J. Ledbetter, Eng., Prague, - T, n E T, Z T E, P. E. Club; Lee M. Brown, Jr., Phm., Okmulgee; Lee R. Boyter, Eng., Amarillo, Tex., Eng. Club, A.S. M.E. ; Geraldine E. R. vmer, Ed., Okla. City, A Cappella Choir; William C. Boren, A S, Clare- more, KUVV Staff; Roy W. Gilliland, Phm., Morris, O.U.Ph.A. ; Carl C;. Tegfeldt, Bus., Brooklyn, N. Y. ; Paul R. Butler, Eng., Santa Ana, Calif., H T i), A.S.M.E., S.A.E., Eng. Club, I.M.A., Amer. Leg., Y.M.C.A. Third Roiv: RoBERl R. Basore, Bus., Okla City; John R. Boyd, Eng., Alvin, Tex., P. E. Club, Eng. Club, . ' Vmer. Leg.; Clair F., A S, Still- v:iter, .Amer. Leg., Pick Hammer; Billy ' W. Brawd , Eng., Okla. City, A.S.M.E. ; Wilbur D. Haichett, V , Bethany, A 1 A ; Robert W. Geyer, Jr., Phm., Little Rock, .Ark., O.l.Ph.A.; Billy L. Giles, Eng., Lawton, tl T i;, A.S..M.E. ; Katherine DurroN, A S, Chickasha ; Jack D. CJraves, Phm., Marlow, Galen, ' • ' A X, Sr. Leadership Soc., O.U. Ph.A. Iazzard Smith Hardin Herbeck Larwic Folsom Gassman PODSON Stringer JONE Ledbetter Brown BOITER Raymer Boren Gilliland Tegkeldt Butler JASORE Boil) BlGLER Kkawdi Hatcheit Geyer c;ii KS Duiton (;ra s " " SHi " HP mHHP " " ' ' ' ( SSBHPHH iHHHHBBI Hi H ARDV GODSHALK Young Takasaki Spring II l II Cook (kadkr Jordan Fl-VNM Glasgow SCOTT Hazel SHULTS Trick Kemp C ' OI TRKI L Crowder ABOVE First Row: Willum J. Hardv, All ' , Bus., Okla. City; Phillip R. (Sodshalk, Eng., Pcinca City, AXIS, A.I.Ch.E. ; Dorothy Young, AAA, A S, Sapulpa, U.A.B., Y.W.C.A. ; KivosHi J. Takasaki, Eng., Honolulu, Hawaii, Soc. Geo. Eng.; Jess Spring, Acacia, Eng., Ardmore, IT E T, p. E. Club, Eng. Club; Wil- liam E. Hath. wav, Acacia, A S, Okla. City, A E A, Pre-Mcd Club; James L. Cook, Bus., Okla. City; Lovd Crader, A S, Idabel; William H. Jordan, Bus., McAlester, :i A II, Ace. Club. SeionJ Roi!. - Malrv E. Fi.vnn, K i:. Bus., Edmund; X ' icroR W. Glasgow, Ed., Dacoma, " O " Club; Robert A. Scorr, Phm., Durant, O.I ' .Ph.A.; Robert L. Hazel, J K , A S, Norman, A A 2, Ruf-Neks; James M. Shui.ts, Acacia, Eng., Dallas, Tex., A.S.C.E., Eng. Club; James F. Trice, A S, Walters, Amer. Leg.; Susan E. Kemp, A f , A S, Okla. City, ' X, Pan-Hellenic, Y.W.C.A.; Herman C;. Cottrell, A S, Elmore City, Pick Hammer; Elvin E. Crowuer, Bus., Coffeyville, Kan., " O " Club. BELOW First Row: Frank D. Kozak, A S, Okla. City, - r E, Pick Hammer; Clyde E. Rickard, Bus., Okla. City, K K ; Ralph D. Oakley, A S, Chick- asha; James L. Norman, Eng., Okla. City, H 2, A X 2, T B n, i; T, A.I.Ch.E. ; Margaret A. Wahl- gren, a F, fa, Ardmore, TAX; Kenneth O. Reid, A S, Altus, A A 1, Amer. Leg. ; Bob L. Roden, Phm., Friona, Tex., K , O.I ' .Ph.A.; Jimmie H. Rose, A S, Dalhart, Tex., Amer. Leg.; Martha J. PUTMAN, AT, A S, Okla. City, Oikonomia, ON, Hestia. Si ' iond Row: Dudley J. Ke.mper, Phm., Conway, Ark., O.U.Ph.A.; Charlotte M. Swanson, AT, A S, Okla. City, Y.W.C.A.; Doyle W. Davis, A S, Ponca City, Pick Hammer; Dennis L. Krehbiel, Eng., Moundridge, Kan., 11 E T, T !2, P. E. Club, Eng. Club; Billy H. Sellers, Eng., Enid, A.I.Ch.E., Eng. Club; James A. Gardner, A S, Beaumont, Tex., I.M.A., Ath. Mgr. Chicka- sha Dist., B.S.U., Sooner Huddle; George L. Ross, Bus., Guthrie, t H 2, B T 2, Ace. Club; Loyce B. Burton, A S, Norman, KB, Y.W.C.A., Interna- tional Club; William L. McDonald, Eng., Tulsa, P. E. Club, A.I.M.E. Third Row: Charles B. Ammann, Eng., Wichita Falls, Tex., P. E. Club, Newman Club; Richard E. Davis, Eng., Tonkawa, P. E. Club; Erma M. John- son, Ed., Taloga, K t ; Charles R. Roberts, Eng., Bastrop, Tex., Scabbard Blade, A.S.C.E., Eng. Club; Fred W. Kunkel, Eng., Tampico, Mexico, Eng. Club, P. E. Club, Newman Club; Debor. h Rothe, AF, A S, Enid, Y.W.C.A., A.W.S., W.R.A.; Bill Dallas, A S, Bethany; Ruthven E. Reagan, Eng., Norman, A.I.E.E., Eng. Club; Earl C. Oliver, Phm., Alma, -Ark.. + A X. Kozak Rickard Oakley Norman Wahlgren Reid Roden Rose PUTMAN Kemper Swanson Davis Krehbiel Sellers Gardner Ross Burton McDonald Ammann Davis Johnson Roberts Kunkel Rothe Dallas Reagan Oliver t SSilIGS One loyal son of Lincoln House cheus thumb at listening party for Kansas State game, hut others seem to knon- the score iiould be O.U., 39—0. LuLLAR DUREV Hurst Faulknkr ABOVE Fust Roil.-: RiDv J. WiriiK, II K A, Bus., Ardmore, A.M.A. ; Marv J. Langlev, T ' l ' B, FA, Pryor, riiiverMty Players, Ducks Cluh, Coed Council, OV Band Twirler; Robert C., Eng., Blair, A.S.M.E., S.A.E. ; Edgar D. MAi.nsE, Bus., Fletcher; Jack W. Hvrst, Eng., Ardmore, Eng. Physics Club. ScnnJ Roru-: Jack C. Hitchcock, Ed., Corsicana, Tex.; We.ndell C. Hey, Eng.. Tecumseh, H K N, ST, A.I.E.E.; Roberi M. DiREX, Phm., Yellvillc, Ark., O.t. Ph. A.; Shirt.ev J. Cosveli., A 3! A, A S, Okla. City, TAX, A.W.S.; Alexander J. Faulkner, Eng., Tulsa, A.S.C.E. BELOW First Roiv: Robert K. Price, Bus., Hastings, A.M.A. ; Robert E. Presson, Bus., Norman; Janice M. Lambert, Bus., Lexington ; Charles R. Sears, Bus., Okla. City; John E. McDowell, AiS, Okla. City; Carl H. Roach, Eng., Okla. City, i) r E, Okla. Soc. Prof. Eng., Geo. Eng. Soc, Pick Ham- mer; Martiena Robberson, A S, Okla. City, Pick Hammer; Edward V. Orton, A S, Madison, Wis., — r K, Pick i Hammer; RoscoE Allens- woRTlf, Bus., Henrvetta. Second Row: John R. Pitts, Ed., Leadville, Colo., Student Masonic Group; Charles J. Parker, Jr., Eng., Little Rock, Ark., P. E. Club; Richard A., Eng., Okmulgee, A.LE.E. ; Evelyn S., A S, Norman, Oikonomia, H. E. Cluh; Justus D. Richmond, Phm., South Charleston, W. Va., PX, K , Arner. Leg., O.U.Ph.A.; Doris J. Radford, A S, Norman; Henry G. McKaski.e, Eng., Ada, 2 TE, H Z, T H, i) T, P. E. Club; Joe Genualdi, Eng., Union, III., Scabbard Blade, A.S.C.E., Eng. Club; Kenneth V. McCharen, Ed., Norman. Third Rovi: Lewey O. Gilstrap, Jr., Eng., Okla. City; Edith E. McKinney, Bus., Dewey; Wal- lace L. ScHWEiSBERGER, Eng., Pcrry, P. E. Club; Raymond W. Gerber, Eng., Kingfisher, A X i:, A.I. Ch.E., Eng. Club; Edsel J. Davi s, Bus., Seminole, A.M.A.; Paul A. Reimer, A S, Yale; Leo D. Rey- nolds, A S, Shawnee, LM.A.; Beatrice H. Mor- rei.l, Ed., Tecumseh, Amer. Leg. ; Waiter C. Bri i - TON, Eng., Mobile, Ala., P. E. Club. Price Presson Lambert Sears McDowell Roach Robberson Orton Al.I.ENSWORlll Pins Parker Peller Kluilman Richmond Radford McKaski.e Genualdi McCllAREN (JiLSTRAP McKinney SCHWEISBERGER Gerber Davis Reimer Reynolds Morrei 1 Briiton D » f . f C) f morekiei.i) Moore Martin Hh.l Ml i.i.ER Moore MlI.EV McBrvoe (illXERl Piper tm CJ 1 Peterson Pnii.i.U ' S Parks SconniN (Jrim Seav Sanders sciienck ABOVE First Ro-ic: Frank E. Morefiei.d, Bus., Alva, Ace. Cluli, Amer. Leg.; Noee, Q. Martin, Bus., Pampa, Tex., Amer. Leg., A.M.A. ; Jack A. Mui.ler, Eng., Balboa, Canal Zone, A.LE.E., Eng. Club, A S2; Franklin Milev, Eng., Nor- man, A.LCh.E.; Ann Gilbert, A A II, A S, Blythville, Y.W.C.A.; Isaac L. Peterson, Eng., ' ictoria, Canada, A.LCh.E.; Sidney D. Phillips, Phm., Ash- down, Ark., O.l.Ph.A.; CJerai.i) S. Parks, Bus., Hobart, A.M.A. ; John L. Sanders, Eng., Stilhvell, II E T, Amer. Leg., P. E. Club. SeionJ Roir: James L. Moore, Eng., Tyler, Tex., P. E. Club; Beha J. Hill, A A II, A S, Tulsa, Y.W.C.A., SpanLsh Club; Ralph E. Moore, Eng., Miami, TS2, Masonic Group, A.I.E.E., Eng. Club; Thomas J. McBrvde, A S, Ft. Worth, Tex.; English Piper, Eng., Alva, H K X, A.LE.E. ; Mollis A. Scikicin, Eng., Denison, Tex., Soc. CJeo. Eng., Eng. Club; Donna I. CJrim, A A II, FA, Cheyenne, Newman Club, Choral Club; CjI.enn E. Seav, Eng., Tahlequah, HKN, TBn, ZT, Soc. Eng. Physics, Eng. Club; Kirbv H. Schenck, Eng., Lovington, N. Mex., H E T, P. E. Club, Eng. Club. BELOW First Ro w: Lewis V. Cummings, Phm., Henryetta ; Don L. Keller, Bus., Chickasha ; Dorothy L. Wil- son, ATA, A S, Y Cabinet, AWS Orientation Comm., Seasonal Sports Club, Fencing Club; Ger- ald W. Clendening, Eng., Okla. City, Eng. Club, A.S.M.E. ; Alvin E. Carey, A S, Anadarko; Jo- ella Campbell, A , A S, Sallisaw, A E A, ' , AT, Swing Club; James K. Bennett, Eng., We- tumka, Amer. Soc. of Civ. Eng.; Ben A. Boren, A S, Claremore; Clarence B. Bristol, Jr., Eng., Altus, AXi;, A.LCh.E., Eng. Club. Second Roiii: Evereit Erwin, Bus., Chickasha, Ace. Club; Jack H. Lilburn, Eng., Nowata, A.I. Ch.E.; P. TTi Wahl, A P, A S, Okla. City, Ruf- fettes, Pep Council; Sumner W. Kesselman, Bus., Boston, Mass., Econ. Club, Hillel ; Robert Q. Bls- SEi.L, Eng., Bradford, Pa., A X Z, Eng. Club, P. E. Club; John C. Josefy, Eng., Greenfield, P. E. Club, Eng. Club; Robert S. Beatv, A S, Okla. City, i; II i:, l Hi;; Ralph E. Hill, Phm., Chickasha, Ruf-Neks, O.U.Ph.A. ; George V. Copland, Eng., Norman, T £2, Eng. Club, A.S.M.E.. St. Pat ' s Coun- cil, Student Masonic Group. ThirJ Roiv: Rose M. Pr.vit, A +, A S, Wichita, Kan., II ME, Mortar Board, + K K, Swing Club; William N. J. cobson, A S, Okla. City, A X i; ; CIi.ENN D. BucKMiNSTER, Bus., Lahoma ; Irving C. Clark, FA, Lawton, + M A, K K , Cniv. Band; Roger W. Bryan, A S, Ardmore, Pick Hammer; Mary A. Bridal, A F A, A S, Crescent, Mortar Board, A A A, B K, Y.W.C.A., F.T.A. ; Wayne L. Lane, A S, El Dorado; Jacqueline A. Hamblen, A , A S, Pond Creek, Y.W.C.A.; John W. Broad- head, A S. Atoka, Pick Hammer. Clmmincs Keller Wilson Clendening Carey Erwin Lilburn Wahl Kesselman Bussell Pratt Jacobson BUCKMlNSTER Clark Br an Campbell Bennett BoREN Bristol Jose FY Beaty Hill Copland Brium I VK Hamblen Broadhead DL SEIIfliS Pi Phis tint on a real shon- diiniiy tin half ' if that rough and ready Pi Phi-Phi Dcit football (jaine. Yvp, beauty came throuijh and Pi Phi ivrm. PRinnv Marsmai.i. Burns |),,. () i McOamei. C ' OBB Jokes BARrni.oME Price ABOVE FirsI R( iL - CnARi.ES L. ' Rll)l) , Bu ., Ard- mnre, CJlee Club, Mkt. Cliih; Jack W. Marshai.i., Eng., Magnolia, Ark., Soc. Geo. Eng. ; Herbert R. Burns, Eng., Tulsa, II Ti:, " O " Club; Pat M. Davis, T t B, A S, Ponca City, Y.W.C.A., A.W.S., Coed Council; Jean ' H. Owen, Phm., Norman, Okla. Soc. Eth. Phm., O.T.Ph.A. SeionJ Ro -: ' A NE McOaniei., AiS. Stigler; Carolyn J. Corb, I " ' I ' B, Bu .. Okla. City, Pan-Hellenic Pres., B.W.O.C Coed Council, A.W.S., Pep Council Secri tary, Student Senate, V.W.C.A. ; Eari. . Jones, Jr., A S, Pittsburgh, Pa., Pick Hammer, " O " Club, Swimming Team; Felipe Bartolome, Eng., Buenos Aires, Ar- gentina, Eng. Club, A.S.M.E. ; Richard E. Price, Jr., A S, Duncan, Pick Hammer. BELOW First Rii-u:: Fi.oM) H. RoBBS, Ed., Plainvieiv, Tex.; Donald J. Meli.and, Eng., Hutchinson, Kan., Soc. CJeo. Eng.; Kenneth A. McKnicht, Jr., Bus., Nor- man, Avn. Club; Betty Oakes, AAA, A S, Ed- mond. Mortar Board, N, Y.W.C.A., U.A.B., Stu- dent Senate, Band Queen; Donald L. McLaughlin, Eng., Magnolia, Ark., 11 B T, P. E. Club; Wilma R. Harris, Bus., Norman, H Z K, A.M. A.; Charles R. Richardson, Eng., Noble, A.S.C.E. ; Mack K. Plunkett, AiS, Okla. City, Pick k Hammer; CJiL- BERT B. MooNEY, Bus., Shawnee. Siiorut Ri iv: Darrell L. Proctor, Eng., Duncan, •IWli;, II ET, xn, P. E. Club; Helen J. Willis, A S, Okla. City; Jack C. Moses, FA, Okla. City, A A, Covered li ' agon Staff; LiNDLEY P. Rhodes, Eng., Tulsa, Eng. Club, A.S.C.E.; George A. Ol- son, Phm., Decatur, Ga., A X, O.U.Ph.A., ice Pres. Sr. Phm. Class; Clarence L. Martin, Eng., Okla. City; William L. Pool, A S, Lindsay; Lois A. Scott, A S, Kansas City, Mo.; Don M. Mit- chell, A S, Seminole. TliirJ Rok: Thurman E. McGaugh, Eng., Bowie, Tex., P. E. Club; Samuel L. Miles, A S, Phillips, Tex.; Carol L. Freeman, ilAT, FA, Baton Rouge, La., Y.W.C.A., Hillel, Pan-Hellenic; Thompson- Reynolds, A S, Norman, Ramblers Orch. ; Mii.Tov J. McCui.LOUGH, Bus., Ardmore, Mkt. Club, " O " Club; Clarence C. Powell, A S, Ramona; Ernes- tine, KoESTER, A S, Dewey; David E. MncHEi.i., Eng., Calgary, Canada, P. E. Club, Eng. Club; Ai. T. Reed, Eng., Guthrie, H K . , A.I.E.E., Eng. Club. ROBBS Melland McKnicht Oakes McLaughlin Harris Richardson Pl.UVKETT MoONEY Proctor Willis Moses Rhode s Olson Martin Pool. Scon MlTCHEI 1 McCJaugii Miles Freeman Rk-, m .DS McCULI.OlGH PoW ELL KoESTER Mitchell Reed Ammar ilKhSKK Kl sHisc; Ca k Rlss Fmckingkr Kisc. Hill. lUti.i. Hk.m lOU 1 R Bartei.s RoCKXvnon Johnson Jones Kamp Bl.KHAR KrI MME Mai-iox (iARRElT ABOVE First Row: M. Rav Hefner, Eng., Okla. City, U T i;, O.S.P.E., A.S.M.E.; N. L, RisiiiNG, Eng., Ponca City, A.S.C.E., Eng. Cluh; Edgar P. Cave, Bus., Okla. City; Gene A. Russ, Phm., Stillwater, ■!• A X, Pres. Ethical Phm. Soc, O.r.Ph.A. ; Norma J. Fi.ickincer, A t , FA, Bristow, Univ. Trio, A Cappella Choir, Women ' s C lee Club; Herbert K. King, Eng., Miami, Soc. Geo. Eng.; Bob W. Hii.l, FA, Norman; Warren E. Bi_ ' eli., Jr., A S, ' erona, N. J., Span- ish Club, Las Dos Americas, International Club, Inter-American Club; Ron- ald C. Hightovver, Eng., Purcell, T B II, t II i;, II T i;, A.S.M.E., I.A.S., Air Knockers Club. Si-ioiul Row: DuANE R. Bartei.s, Bus., Manning, Iowa; Marv J. Rockwood, AHA, Ed., El Dorado, Kan., Y.W.C.A., F.T.A., Wesley Foundation; John C. Johnson, Acacia, A S, Springfield, N. J., Daily News Editor; Frank Jones, Eng., Brooklyn, N. Y., T S2, A.S.C.E. ; Fred W. Kamp, Eng., Okla. City, II Ti;; Jack F. Bi.ehar, Phm., Salamanca, N. V., O.l ' .Ph.A. ; Wesley J. Krumme, UK A, Bus., Earlsboro, A ::; II ; K. Jean Mattox, A i A, A S, Okla. City, TAX, Racket Club; Ormlle E. (Jarre it, Phm., Okla. City, O.l ' .Ph.A. BELOW First Row: John Peake, Eng., Calgary, Canada, P. E. Club, Eng. Club, Asst. Ed. Sooner Shamrork; Stewart Shirev, Bus., Duncan, A.M.A. ; James R. SiMMS, Eng., Pryor; Dorothy Duffy, K A B, A S, Ponca City, A 1 A, Orchesis; Robert H. Smith, Eng., Brooklyn, N. Y., H K N, T Ji, A.I.E.E., Eng. Club; Charles H. Swanson, Eng., Okla. City, II KT, p. E. Club, Eng. Club; Robert K. Stanley, Phm., Norman, O.U.Ph.A. ; Benjamin D. Stinson, A S, Wilburton; James F. Smith, Eng., Wickes, Ark., St. Pat ' s Council, A.S.C.E., Eng. Club. SeionJ Row: William R. Porter, FA, Fcrriday, La., ! ' il A, Univ. Band, Orchestra; Thomas A. Moody, Eng., Brookfield, III., T 52, i) T, TBII, A.S. C.E., Eng. Club; Leonard L. Limes, A S, Konawa, Pick Hammer; Louis H. Thompson, - N, Bus., Okla. City ; Earl C. Marshall, A S, Electra, Tex., Amer. Leg.; Vendla Wootten, K K F, Bus., Llano, Tex.; Lee Stafford, Jr., Bus., Talihina, A.M. .A.; Hal H. Shurley, A S, Holdenville, Pick Ham- mer; Dan F. Sims, Bus., Norman, A.M.A. Third Row: Kenneth D. .Morris, Eng., West Frankford, 111., P. E. Club, Eng. Club; Sara J. Landsavv, n B , A S, Norman, Mortar Board, Pan- Hellenic, A.W.S. Executive Council, Newman Club, Yearbook Staff; James A. Kelly, Eng., Ponoke, Canada, P. E. Club; (Jeoroe B. Garrison, A T !2, A S, Okla. City, Univ. Band; Wiley J. Mann, A S, Carmi, III.; Zuhtu Oral, Eng., Denizler, Turkey, Turkey Scholarship, A.S.M.E., Internation- al Club, Y.M.C.A., Eng. Club; Erin D. Smith, Eng., Chickasha, A.S.M.E., S.A.E., Eng. Cluh; Jean Johnson, n B , A S, Okla. City, Pan-Hel- lenic, Ducks; John W. Simons, FA, Seminole, •I ' M A, KK , Cniv. Band, Symphony Orch. Peake Shirey SlMMS Duffy Smith Swanson Stanley Stinson Smith Porter Moody Limes Thompson Marshall Wootten Stafford Shurley Sims Morris Landsaw Kelly Garrison Mann Oral Smith Johnson Simons " w ' lHIIIIIS Soft lights, a hrnid and girls in party dresses made for a nonderfiil evening at a B.O.Q. House Party. Davis llMlKK BuECHER Jhnmncs I.E US Haves Hernandez Thompson KUSSMAN DeJvlio ABOVE First Roil-: E. Davis,, Okla. City, League of Young Democrats, Eng. Club, A.I.E.E. ; Albert M. Fisher, Eng., Longview, Tex., n T i), T B n, Z T, A.S. M.E., S.A.E., Eng. Club; Carol L. Boe- cher, a , A S, Kingfisher, Hestia, Y.W. C.A. ; Jerald L. Jennings, Eng., Lookeba, i:ni:, rn, Soc. Eng. Physics; RieiL Rn M. Lewis, Bus., Okla. City, A t P.. Second Ro ' u:: Chauncev L. Haves, Eng.. Harrison, Ark., Soc. Geo. Eng., Eng. Club; Mercedes L. Hernandez, F.A., Norman, M J E ; Jack C. Tho.mpson, Eng., Mount Pleasant, Mich., P. E. Club, Eng. Club. Amer. Leg. ; Mary M. Bussman, Phm.. Tulsa, AKi:, O.l ' .Ph.A., Drugstore Cow- boys; Raymond L., Eng., New Rochelle, N. Y., A.S.C.E.. Eng. Club. BELOW First Roiu: L. D. Tadlock, A S, Wichita Falls, Tex.; Louis O. Gould, Ed., Hollis, Ind. Arts Club; Thomas D. Cook, Jr., Bus., Farmersville, Tex., Ace. Club; WiLMA P. Peck, Bus., Omega; Bedford V. Fancher, Eng., CJeary, Soc. Geo. Eng.; J. C. Vester, Ed., Seminole, Ind. Arts Club; Beverly Fuouav, A S, Okla. City; Leonard P. Sublett, Phm., Viola, Ark.; Howard D. Taylor, A S, Gra- ham, Tex. SeconJ Row: Charles C. Hall, Ed., Greenville, Tex., R.O.T.C. ; Kalman N. Szabo, Eng., Chicago, 111., A.S.M.E.; Sally J. Sale, KKT, A S, Ponca City, Badminton Club, International Club, Swing Club; William L. Lubbers, A S, Chickasha, Ruf- Neks; Robert Mii.ner, - " i " E, Eng., Haynesville, La., II ET; Carol A. Howell, A A Ji, A S, Ed- mond, A.W.S. Com., W.R.A., Dusty Travelers, Coed Council, Ducks, Y.W.C.A.; Norman B. De- CJraffenreid, A S, Okla. City; Charles M. Tate, A S, Santa Ana, Calif.; Frank P. Williamson, Eng., Okla. City, Scabbard Blade, !• II i:, :i T, TB II, A.I.Ch.E., Eng. Club. Third Rom-: Fred C. Conner, Eng., Winfield, Kan., A.I.E.E., Eng. Club; Elizabeth A. Mc- GuiRE, AAA, A S, Tulsa, Oi: ; Georoe C. Schneider, A S, Marlow, - F K, Pick Hammer; Jose M. Lozano. F. ' , Laredo, Tex., Newman Club, International Club, League of Young Democrats: Ann Tucker, AAA, A S, Lubbock, Tex., Coed Council, Dusty Travelers; Frank E. Cochran, Bus., Cushing; William H. Gorman, A S, Whar- ton, Tex.; Mildred H. Rollins, F. , Norman, El Modjii; John W. Trepp, Eng., Okla. City. A.S. M.E. Tadlock (Jould Cook Peck Fancher Vester Fuquay Sibleit Taylor Hall Szabo Sale Libbers Milner Howell DeGraffenreid Tate Williamson Conner McGuire Schneider Lozano Tucker Cochran Gorman Rollins Trepp Iprr I ' sf r f fpr mik ki .h rs cs W ' IKNECKE Thompson- Flnk Rook Slittom Tinker Sai.ier Toi.nKRT SlRICKI.ANI) Thayer Thompson ' eatch HOLMAN Tinker Boston R AN Rl HE ABOVE FirsI Roiv: PEnf;v Wienecke, K K I ' , FA, Bartlesville; James V. Thompson, Eng., Quinton, Gen. Eiig. Assn., Pick i Hammer; Jean E. Funk, K K T, A S, El Reno, AT, Ducks, Y.W.C.A.; RiCH.-iRD R. Rook, Bus., Cheyenne, A.M.A. ; Troy W. Sutton, A S, Tucumcari, N. Mex. ; John F. Tinker, Eng., Paw- huska, TS2, A.S.M.E., Eng. Club; Mary E. Salter, K K P, A S, Norman, KPE, AAA, Mortar Board, Y.W.C.A.; William E. Tolbert, Ed., Norman; William H. Strickland, Jr., Eng., La«ton, A.S.M.E., Student Masonic Group, S.A.E., St. Pat ' s Council, Eng. Club. Siiand Roiv: El) L. Thavkr, Jr., Bus., Okla. City, A.M. A., League of Young Democrats; Robert N. Thompson, Eng., Okla. City, A.S.C.E., Eng. Club; William N. Yeatch, Bus., Okla. City, Ace. Club; William R. Holman, Ed., Miami; Denyse Sticler, K A 6, A S, Stigler; William A. Tinker, Eng., Pawhuska, A.S.C.E., Eng. Club; Herbert G. Boston, FA, Martin, Tenn. ; J. K. Ryan, Eng., Weslaco, Tex., Soc. CJeo. Eng., Pick Hammer, Eng. Club; Robert W. Ruhe, Eng., Dallas, Tex., P. E. Club, Eng. Club. BELOW First Roir: Joe E. McCJarrah, A S, Walters; Dale Looper, A 2 , Bus., Seminole, Economics Club; Ann Thacgard, AAA, A S, Altus, Vice- Pres. Oikonomia, Sec. W.R.A., Hestia Historian, Sec. Ducks, Pres. Dusty Travelers, Coed Council; Eugene A. Lynch, Phm., Sapulpa, ■!• A X, O.U. Ph. A.; Jack E. Williams, K 2, A S, Durant; Bob Monnich, AT !, A S, Dallas, Tex., H 2, League of Young Democrats; Eleanore Bernstein, -AT, A S, Omaha, Nebr., I ' .A.B., Y.W.C.A., Hillel; John E. Musser, AT!!, Bus., Enid, A.M.A., Presi- dent ; George M. McKown, A T 52, Eng., Okla. City, n E T, y.T, T B II, St. Pat ' s Council, P. E. Club, Eng. Club. Second Roiv: Richard W. Denner, A T !2, Eng., Enid, H2, A.S.C.E., Eng. Club; Gene S. Luff, Eng., Norman, n T i, A.S.M.E., S.A.E. ; Russell C. Hill, A S, Norman, " O " Club; Anne Willson, AAA, FA, Ponca City; Sam W. Royse, Eng., Elk City, A.S.C.E.; Cynthia S. Thomas, AAA, Bus., Enid, S.A.M. Sec; Don R. Boyer, A i) , A S, Okla. City, 2, Scabbard Blade, Wesley Founda- tion ; Robert M. Atkisson, A Z 1 , Bus., Harrah, Ace. Club; George D. Klotz, AZ J , Bus., Cicern, Ind. Third Roiv: Robert E. Bland, Acacia, Eng., Pied- mont, Kan., — r E, Soc. CJeo. Eng., Student Ma- sonic Group; Dorothy J. Riner, AT, Ed., Wichita Falls, Tex.; Richard M. Lambiotte, Bus., Misha- vaka, Ind., A i; II ; Larry J. NoRRls, 6 2, Bus., Tahlequah, H T i;, A.M.A. ; John E. Rutledce, Eng., Okla. City, T £2, A.LE.E., Eng. Club; Rich- ard M. Ryon, Jr., Eng., Seadrift, Tex., A.LE.E., Soc. Eng. Physics; John K. Ryle, Ed., Norman, Ind. n Club; Rachel L. Wright, AT, Ed., Chandler, Y.W.C.A. ; Kenneth W. Adams, Eng.. Okla. City, n T i), T £2, A.S.M.E., A.I.A.S., Okla. Soc. Prof. Eng., St. Pat ' s Council. McCJarrah Looper Thaggard Lynch Williams MONNICH Bernstein Musser McKowN Denner Luff Hill Willson ROYSE Thomas Boyer .Atkisson Kl.OTZ Bland Riner Lambiotte NORRIS Rutledce Ryon Ryle Wright .Adams !I. HIIHS Doney Denrdorf is about to he torn from the lovint (inns of her fi edffe sisters by Tri Delts uhn are black on lialk-oiits. SOUTHERI.ANI) CJARREIT Splrgeos SOTER Smiui Smith James Nelstadt Smith Sneboi.I) ABOVE First Rotx.-: Fred W. Southeri.and, Bus., Bluejacket; Patti Garrett, A A II, A S, Checotah; Richard L. Spurgeon, Bus., Bar- tlesville. Ace. Club, Air Knockers; Kav Soter, A S, Okla. City, Las Dos Americas ; Melvin ' . S.MiTH, A S, Tulsa, Pick 4: Hammer. Sfcond Roii.- Li.ovi) E. Smith, Jr., Eng., Douglas, Kan., P. E. Club, Eng. Club; Marv J. James, A +, A S, Okla. City, AAA, Mortar Board, Y.W.C.A., Oikono- mia, OX; Ai.i.AN Neistadt, II A t , Eng., Ardmore, Ruf-Neks, Pep Council, P. E. Club, Eng. Club; V. M. Smith, Eng., Daugherty, Geo. Eng. Soc., Eng. Club; Neai. G. Svebold, Eng., Wichita Falls, Tex., 2 r E, Geo. Eng. Soc. Pick i Ham- mer. BELOW First Row: Avdre ' M. Cook, A X, Eng., Columbia Miss., II KT, i;T, i;rE, p. E. Club, Eng. Club Katherine L. Underwood, A S, Norman, Oiko- nomia, Hestia, B.S.U.; James O. Ambrose, AX, A S, Tonkawa ; Don S. Kahler, Acacia, Eng. Okla. City, •!• H i), A 11 i). Scabbard Blade, A.I Ch.E., Eng. Club; Pali. F. Floyd, AX, Phm. Maryville, Tenn., K " k, O.T.Ph.A., Drugstore Cow br ys; Bii.i.v G. HURD, AX, A S, Hugo, AX " Don E. Ghoi.ston, A X, Phm., Amarillo, Tex., K , Fresh. Orient. Com., O.U.Ph.A.; Veraldine Davis, FA, Muskogee, A.W.S., Christian Science Organ Ruffcttcs, L.Y.D.; John A. Love, K 2, Sha«nee Bus., Scabbard Blade, Ruf-Neks, Y.M.C.A., S. A M. Club. Siiorui Row: George W. Woods, Eng., Chickasha, - II -, Eng. Physics Club; Charles C. Woodrukf, Eng., Henderson, Tex., n E T, 2 F E, P. E. Club, Eng. Club; Neal E. Wolfard, Bus., Norman; Gi.EN E. Wheeler, A S, Duncan, A A ::, Okla. Daily Ad Mgr. ; Marv L. Wagner, FA, Norman, A A; Jodene J. Cornei.son, AX, Bus., Braman, Ace. Club; Gerald W. Trapnell, Acacia, Bus., Lawton, Amer. Leg., Ace. Club; David L. Francis, A 2 1 , Eng., Allenspark, Colo., T «, A.S.C.E., Eng. Club; N. Ambrose, A T ), A S, Okla. Citv, Pick Hammer, Anthro. Club. ThirJ Row: CJalk L. Woi k, Eng., Cvril, P. E. Club; Marg. ret E. Webb, FA, Okla. City, - A I, K ' l , Choral Club; Charles E. Winters, Ed., Odessa, Tex., Okla. Ind. Arts Assn.; Lvndell N. Williams, A S, Norman, A A i: ; Lee D. Williams, Phm., Wichita Falls, Tex., O.l ' .Ph.A., Soc. Eth. Phm., . mer. Leg.; Rlsseli. D. Wright, . S, Dav- enport, Pick Hammer; .Marv S. Volng, F. , Nor- man, M ' hE, Choral Club; Eigene R. Wright, Eng., Bartlesville, II T 2, A.S.M.E., Eng. Club, Teaching Asst. Eng. Drawing; Stanley E. Wood- ruff, Eng., Ardmore, P. E. Club, Eng. Club, A.S. M.E., Okla. Soc. Prof. Eng. rNDP.RVVOOD Ambrose Floyd HURD (Jhoi.ston Davis Love Woodruff Wolfard Wheeler Wagner Corn K LSD N Trapnei.l Francis .Ambrose Wi;iin Winters ' ir,LIAMS Williams Wright Young A ' RiGn 1 WOODRUI 1 " FT " ? ) r o. o ( Harsiins Spencer Hawkins llllLKSlElN MoNAHAS V ' eaver Wallace WAr.LACK Waikrs Lamphere Kern Tavi.or IVERSON ROVAI, Randolph TURMBULL TlRNER ABOVE First Roii..- Robert B. Parsons, AT, Bus., Okla. City, A.M.A; Jack D. Spen- cer, ATA, A S, Okla. City; Barbara A. Hawkins, r B, A S, Bartlesville, nZK, Y.VV.C.A., Hestia; Donald H. Hockstein, ATA, A S, Oak Park, 111., A A 2, Covered H ' agon Staff, Oklahoma Daily Staff; Forrest D. Monahan, Jr., A S, Elk City, K V E, Spanish Club, History Club, International Club, International Relations Club; Jim T. Weaver, Bus., Pauls Valley, A.M.A. ; Ji.M A. Wallace, Ed., Okla. City; Robert L. Wallace, Eng., Seminole, S.A.E., A.S.M.E.; Bill M. Waters, Ed., Okla. City, " O " Club, Basketball, Baseball. Second Roiu: Robert R. Lamphere, ATA, Bus., Lawton; Charles P. Kern, ATA, Eng., Anadarko, T B 11, i: T, n E T, p. E. Club, Eng. Club; G. A. Tav- i.or, A S, Haskell; Carl D. Spancler, Eng., Okla. City, A X i). Scabbard Blade, A.I.Ch.E., Eng. Club; Ai.viN M. Iverson, AT, Bus., Tulsa; Darrei.l RnvAL, AT, Bus., Hollis, Football, " O " Club; Beverly Randolph, n B +, FA, Wynnewood, A .|. A, Y.W.C.A., U.A.B., Sashay Club; John R. Turnbull, Eng., Nicoma Park, Tricon; Doyle D. Turner, Eng., Cordell, Eng. Club, Soc. Geo. Eng. BELOW t ' irst Ro-k: Dick E. Jones, K . , A S, Hobart, A ' ;, r.A.B., Y.M.C.A.; Marilyn L. Brown, r t B, FA, Okla. City, TAX; Courtland M. Moore, A X A, A S, Tulsa, Scabbard Blade; Clyde W. Fatheree, B 8 n, A S, Pampa, Tex. ; William A. Worthincton, Ed., Tinsman, Ark.; Paul D. Dunaway, Bus., Tulsa; Edward N. My- ers, Bus., Shawnee, Ruf-Neks, A.M.A.; Robert H. Sayre, a T -1, Bus., Norman ; George M. Parker, ATA, Bus.. Okla. City, Avn. Club. Second Roiu: Lloyd V. Darby, Bus., Duke; Mer- wiN H. McConnell, Eng., Healdton, " O " Club, n E T, p. E. Club, Eng. Club; Tom B. Grant, Eng., Ada, P. E. Club; Mary L. Bellatti, AHA, A S, Okla. City, Y.W.C.A., Soc. Work Club; Ed Barry, Eng., Gene Autry, Soc. Geo. Eng., Eng. Club; Jo- anne H. Simpson, KAe, A S, Tulsa, Spanish Club, International Relations Club; Edgar W. Pralle, Bus., Garber, Ace. Club; John R. Ander- son, ATA, A S, Lovington, N. Mex., Hist. Club; William A. Shelton, ATA, Eng., Lovington, N. Mex., Ton KT, p. E. Club, Eng. Club. Third Roiv: John L. Cauchey, F. , Okla. City, A 1 A John B. Bierman, Eng., Tyler, Tex., A.I. Ch.E., Eng. Club; Louis E. Harlan, B h n, Eng., Bartlesville, A.I.Ch.E., Eng. Club; Charles L. Mayes, ATA, Eng., Okla. City, A X i:. Scabbard Blade, A.I.Ch.E., Eng. Club, Y.M.C.A.; Harl C. Buchanan, Phm., Ozark, Ark., O.l ' .Ph.A. ; James B. Capps, ATA, Bus., Midwest City, Ace. Club; Jackson D. Haraway, A X A, A S, Atoka; Rose- mary Ralston, X 12, A S, Lawton, Timber Cruis- ers; Charles C. Bush, ATA, Bus., Norman, Scab- bard Blade. JONES Darby Cauche ' Brown Moore McConnell Grant Bierman Harlan Fatheree Worthincton Dunaway Myers Sayre Parker Bellatti Barry Skmpson Prali.f Anderson Shelton Mayes Buchanan Capps Haraway Ralston Bush f J Wit P " ' T C " O Ci 7t HillBS Blooil! Phi Gains and rushee entertain themselves and anyone nho hapf ens to he kibitzing a giuni oj Bhiiv Ball. ? £ Wii.sox Watsox Si i-MVA Wrathers ABOVE First Roiu: Jim C. West, Eng., WIImiii, T !, II ET, p. E. Club, Eng. Club; Charles V. Weger, Eng., Arp, Tex., P. E. Club; Elmer A. Vest, FA, Fox; Joseph A. Wil- son-, Jr., Eng., Okla. City, II T i:, St. Pat ' s Council, S.A.E., Shamrock Staff, A.S.M.E., Eng. Club; Marv A. Sullivan, Ed., Law- ton, M E, Mortar Board, K , Choral Club, Orchcsis. SeronJ Roii.-: Marv Hassell. K K r, Ed., Okmulgee, H « n, Y.W.C.A. ; Jack E. Van Dewalli, Bus., Okla. City, Avn. Club; Robert L. Tyrrell, Bus., Chickasha, " I ' H:S; Earlin D. Watson, Eng., Fontana, Kan., Soc. Geo. Eng.; Winston W. Weathers, . iS, Bartlesville, ' I ' H -. ' I ' H K, Pe-et. BELOW First Roil.- Pail F. Tooman, Eng., Shawnee, A.S. M.E., Eng. Club; Cayle Duffy ' , K K F, FA, Man- gum, FAX, Newman Club; Walter M. Thomp- son, A S, El Reno, ' f ' X; Willie R. Swarts, Ed., Lindsay, Ind. Arts Club; Robert L. Swanson, A S, Okla. City; Billy C;. Suttle, A S, Antlers, Ruf- Ncks; Mark K. Staton, A S, Durant; Jodene L. Armstrong, Ed., Apache, Y.W.C.A., n O n, K ; Robert J. Smith, A S, Pearsall, Tex., Pick Ham- mer. Snoiui Row: Windle H. Thompson, Phm., Searcy, Ark., K , O.U.Ph.A.; Walter O. Ford, -I ' h, Eng., Dallas, Tex., P. E. Club, Eng. Club; Frank D. RiPPY, A H, Bus., Lebanon, Mo.; Nelda N. Barton, Ed., Hominy; Norman W. McNabb, ' I ' AH Bus., Norman, Football, Vice-Pres. " O " Club, Hon. ROTC Colonel ; Donald P. MacLoud, A H, Bus., Wichita, Kan.; Marie A. Marshall, II H " f ' , Ed., Norman, F.T.A., Newman Club; Richard S. NoRViLLE, I Ae, A S, Okla. City, CJolt Team; Ralph D. Setser, Eng., Tulsa. ThirJ Rok: Marv M. Reeder, K K F, A S, Ard- more. Mortar Board, Pan-Hellenic; CJreg Ireton, •t ' AH Eng., Bartlesville, II E T, P. E. Club; John B. Best, Jr., A B, A S, Okla. City, Pick Ham- mer; Earl R. Schweikhard, .A S, Hobart, A A IS ; Billy L. Shaw, Phm., .Ada, .Amer. Leg., 0.l " .Ph.. ., Okla. Soc. Eth. Phm. ; J. T. Sharp, Phm., DcOueen, .Ark., 0.r.Ph..A.; Elmer T. Saunkeah, Bus., Okla. City; Edward Shadid, A S, Drumright, + X ; James W. Mercer, ' !■ A h Bus., Enid, .Ace. Club. Tooman Duffy Thompson Swarts Swanson Suttle Staton Armstrong Smith Thompson Ford Rippv Barton McNabb MacLoui) Marshall NORVII.I.E Setser Reedik Irrtov Best SCM« EIK1L ' RD Shaw Sharp Saunkeah Shadid Mercer m ' M iM Buck Crowe DiMahro Oavioson; Young True ABOVE n First Row: Arthur J. Corrales, Eng., Lawton, II E T, p. E. Cluh, Eng. Club; R. Gaddv, A S, Sperrv ; Walter M. Hojnowski, Eng., Wilkes-Barre, Pa., I.A.S.; Alton- B. Slavbaugh, Eng., Lawton, n E T, p. E. Club, Eng. Club; Glenn H. Buck, A S, Gulfport, Miss., A 0, 2 r E, Pick Hammer; Frank A. DiMatteo, Eng., Mt. Vernon, N. Y., A.S.C.E., Eng. Club, Newman Club; Patricia M. Young, A S, Okla. City, A.W.S., International Relations Club, Las Dos Americanos; Ceoric J. Polnders, Bus., Bristow, B I ' -, Student Senate, League of Young Democrats; George A. Cotton, Bus., Holdenville. SaonJ Ruiu: James S. L:)ivine, AX, Phm., Perry, K ' I ' , (;alen, O.K. Ph. A., Drugstore Cowboys; William W. Wicker, AX, A S, Madill, A A 1 ; Patriclv A. Wilson, A S, Norman, n Z K, Hestia, B.S.IL; Carlie C. Lose, K 1, A S, Pauls Yalley; Charles C. Crowe, AX, Eng., Okla. City, A.I.E.E.; Carroll D. Davidson, A S, Omaha, Nebr. ; Robert W. True, Eng., Lawton, P. E. Club, Eng. Club, I.M.A. Athletic Cr.uncil, I.M.A. Adv. Bt.ard ; Joe C. McClendon, V.-, Bus., Ada; Cil- rles R. .Mn ner, V -, Bus., . ' rdmore. .Ace. Club. BELOW First Roiv: (Jeorge Valent, Phm., Sharon, Pa., O.r.Ph.A. ; ' iNCENT J. Sherman, A S, Dubuque, la., A A li ; William P. Smith, Eng., Brooklyn, N. Y., 11 ET, T B II, P. E. Club; Mary H. Poling, II B , fa, Blackwell, - A I, Choral Club, Y.W. C.A.; Charles N. Windle, Eng., Pryor, Student Senate, A.I.Ch.E., H 2, Eng. Club; Fred K. Y. tes, A S, Dallas, Tex., Pick Hammer; JUD- SON A. KizER, Eng., Tulsa, I.A.S. ; William R. Hilton, A S, Healdton, History Club; Billv J. Brown, A S, Overbrook. Seioiul Roiu: Elizabeth C. Collier, AAA, . S, McAlester, Dusty Travelers; Gerald W. Rose- CRANTS, A S, Lawton; Edwin L. McClunc, III, Phm., Natchitoches, La., K +, P X, Galen, O.l ' . Ph. A., " MI 2:; Clarence H. Blackburn, Eng., We- leetka, T !2, A.I.M.E., Student Senate, P. E. Club, Eng. Club; Paul B. Martin, A S, Haskell; Gus McCaslin, Jr., A S, Haskell, :i A X, H 2 ; Phyl- lis J. Harris, AAA, A S, Alex, Y.W.C.A., W.R.A., Hestia, Dusty Travelers; Raymon Trisdai.e, A S, Drumright; Clyde M. Ballard, Phm., Tyrone, PX, I AX, HZ, O.r.Ph.A. Third Row: Lvman N. H.wes, A S, Elgin, - T E, Ruf-Neks, Pick Hammer; Robert C. Bivona, Eng., Newburg, N. Y., A.S.M.E., S.A.E., Eng. Club, Newman Club ; Albert G. Talbot, A 6, Bus., Chicago, III.; Raymond C. Cunningham, + A h, Bus., Okla. City; Ellen L. Mc.Mahan, AAA, FA, Duncan, - A I, M.E.N.C, A Cappella Choir, Wo- men ' s Choral Club; Thomas E. Greer, Bus., Wil- son, Ace. Club; George D. Spiero, Bus., Laurelton, N. Y., A.M.A., Avn. Club; Marion C. Owen, Eng., Pine Bluff, Ark., Z T, n T 2, T B n, A.S.M.E.; Pat Poolev, K a h, A S, Des Moines, la. Valent Stierman Smith Poling Windle Collier Rosecrants McClung Blackburn Martin Hayes Bivona Talbot Cunningham McMahan 4 L tm if; DL HNIiiS Gt ' tic J innings, bartender, sets em up for kenntth Lackly tind Betty Lnn (Utaffer. Thrope ' . Hook Adcock HlMPHREV Maws ROGRRS Akins Al.LEX Green- Moists ABOVE first Roi!.-: RoBFRT F. Thrope, Eng., New York, N. Y., A.S.M.E., S.A.E., Eng. Club; Cornelia Van Hook, AiS, Okla. Cit ; Fred H. Adcock, Jr., Eng., Drumright, P. E. Club; Ethridce M. Humphrey, Eng., Okla. City; Paul E. Mayes, Eng., Tipton, THIT, HKX, Mli:, Pe-et, A.I.E.E. Stfond Roiv: Ro " ell S. Rogers, Phm., Wichita Falls, Tex., P X, O.C.Ph.A.; DwiGHT L. Akins, Bus., Okla. City, Amer. Leg.; Abraham Allen, II A } , Phm., Bay- onne, N. J., P X, O.l ' .Ph.A., Speaker Fresh. Orient., Naval Reserve; Carol Green, A S, Muskogee; Walter W. Mounts, AiS, Norman. BELOW First Ro ' uj: Charles R. McNeese, ' I ' A, Eng., Poiica City, T B n, A.I.Ch.E., Eng. Club; Mar- garet H. W.ATKINS, Ed., Woodlawn, 111., K A II ; Ken.veth p. Dixon, A S, Marietta, Pick Ham- mer; James R. Garrison, Eng., Lawton, JI T i;, i; T, T!. ' , A.S.M.E., S.A.E., Amer. Leg., Eng. Club; Jerry L. Durrin, Eng., Winfield, Kan., A.S.C.E., Eng. Club; Robert G. Kimmell, Eng., Kiowa, Kan., II K N, T B II, + II i:, A.I.E.E., St. Pat ' s Coun- cil, Eng. Club; Jack B. Shattuck, Bus., Norman, Avn. Club; Robby J. Denson, FA, Kilgore, Tex., M ' t K; Ellis G. CJibson, M KA, Bus., Arkansas City, Kan., A A 1, A.M. A. Second Row: George H. Yoakum, Eng., Paoli, Geo. Eng. Soc, Eng. Club; Byron V. Co.v, Jr., Eng., El Dorado, Kan., P. E. Club; Harland A. Carter, K A P, A S, Okmulgee, + H 2 ; James J. Frazier, — X, Bus., Okmulgee, Men ' s Glee Club, Amer. Leg.; Patty L. Thomas, A S, Drumright, Soc. Work Club; Claude D. Cottle, Phm., Ard- more; Donald C. Darrow, Eng., Bartlesville, Eng. Club, Tricon; William D. Smith, Eng., Holden- ville, IIK.X, T!2, A.I.E.E., Eng. Cluh; Harry A. PuKDi, Jk., Bus., Shawnee. Third Roiu: Robert C. Best, Bus., Wewoka ; John r. Crites, AE, Eng., Tulsa, Eng. Club, A.S. M.E., S.A.E.; Olla C. Carter, KAB, A S, Okla. City, Orchesis, Ducks; Alton R. Patterson, Eng., Wichita Falls, Tex., A.S.M.E., Eng. Club; Billy n. C;ilrert, Eng., RusscUville, Ark., A.S.C.E. ; Earl G. Thurman, Eng., Denison, Tex., II K T, A.I.M.E., P. E. Club Pres., " O " Club; Barbara CI. Gunning, Bus., Enid, Bl ' i:, Ace. Club, Mkt. Club, Y Couples Club; Frank Tovar, A S, Garber; Jordan C. ScHREiBER, Bus., New York, N. Y., Aw. Club, I.M.- ' V. Representative, Dist. Ath. Mgr. McNeese ■ oakum Best Waikins Di.xon Co. Career Crites Carter (iARRlSON Frazier Patterson Durrin Thomas GlLllERT f _ I Q i ' , o I,i: ENTHAI. Bl.ANTOK COCKERU AM W ' lMBISH Rav Ntrn.ES C ' L RRV Engel CiOI.DEN IUrton Elam Frost Smith OoRU ART COSANT Kr [)KS Thompson German ABOVE First Rou..- Leonaro Levknthal, i) A M, AiS, Okla. City, Hillel, Ecoii. Club; Bob Bi.anton, -X, A S, Birmingham, Ala.; James L. Cockerham, Eng., La- Comb, Miss., P. E. Club, Eng. Club; William R. Wimbish, n K A, Bus., Okla. City; Geraldine Rav, A S, Altus, V.W.C.A.; Elritt N. Nettles, A S, New- port News, Va., Scabbard Blade; Max E. Curry, i: X, Eng., Okla. City, P. E. Club; James D. Engel, Eng., Okla. City, P. E. Club, Eng. Club; Alan S. CJoi.DEN, II A t , A S, Tulsa, + H i:. Si-ronJ Rmi. - David L. Burion, Eng., Billings, Mont., Sor. (!ci). Eng.; Paul J. Elam, i) X, Eng., Tulsa, A.I.E.E.; Emily J. Frost, Ai-S, Buffalo, N. Y., Air Knockers, Soc. Work Club; Allen L. Smith, Eng., Enid, ' I ' H i:, i: T, Soc. Geo. Eng., Pick Hammer; Richard A. Doruart, Eng., Lancaster, Pa., 11 T £, A.S.M.E., Eng. Club; George F. Conant, A S, Ft. Worth, Tex.; Rouena M. Bryden, A S, Depew, Y.W.C.A., Soc. Work Club; Cui.i.en R. Thompson, A S, Faith, S. Dak., 2 T E, Pick i Hammer, Air Knockers; Dan German, Bus., Porter. BELOW First Roiu: Mitchell R. Baker, Bus., Okla. City, A.M. A.; Wesley C. Meacham, A S, Mangum, In- ternational Club, Y.M.C.A., Soc. Work Club; Sixto E. Moreira, Eng., San Juan, Puerto Rico, Newman Club; Carolyn P. Carroll, A S, Okemah ; David H. Brazil, M ' A, A S, Norman, Scabbard Blade, H :;, Economics Club; Robert W. Pullen, A H, Bus., Tulsa, A.M.A. ; Chester N. Leonhardt, ■I K i:. Bus., Okla. City, A :; n. Scabbard Blade, Student Senate, A M2, Y.M.C.A.; Fred W. Lange, ' I ' K-, Eng., Memphis, Tenn., A.LCh.E. ; Sybil L. BAi.inviN, r B, A S, Ft. Reno, Ducks. SeionJ Roic: William R. Harris, Phm., Quanah, Tex., •I ' AX, O.r.Ph.A.; M. RV J. Howe, Bus., Mc- Alester, Mortar Board, Soc. Adv. Mgm. ; H. Travis Adams, Eng., Norman, P. E. Club, Eng. Club, S.L M.E. ; Charles E. Lanham, Bus., Bartlesville, Ace Club; Charles M. Pr. tt, Eng., Okla. City, Soc Eng. Physics, Eng. Club; Catherine R. Lee, AXn FA, Ponca City, M t E, Spanish Club; Phillip B Howard, A B, A S, Enid, N.R.O.T.C, Pre-Med Club; Bernard M. Rubin, n A , Bus., Kansas City, Mo. ; Robert J. Alfrey, Eng., Muskogee, AX 2, A.I.Ch.E., Eng. Club. Third Row: Frank Williams, ATA, FA, El Reno, 1 MA, KK , Univ. Band, Lniv. Orch., Univ. Choir; Ralph W. CjOodwin, A S, Ponca City, Scabbard Blade, ' R K, K A II, H i), His- tory Club, Y Cabinet; Jim S. Downing, - A K, Phm., Norman, •! A X, Calen, Prcs. O.U.Ph.A. ; Jeanne Moorer, A S, Muskogee, Oikonomia, Hes- tia; Marcia L. Arnold, A X, Eng., Okla. City, Eng. Club, LA.S., A.S.M.E. ; Arnev J. Harbert, Eng., Ada, Amer. Leg., A.S.C.E. ; Rov Dannenberc, B e II, Eng., Okla. City, Scabbard Blade, - E E, :ST; Phyllis G. Garrett, A S, Okla. City, Racket Club, Pens, Ducks Club; Harold Coulter, AX, Eng., Houston, Tex., T H II, i: II :;, :; T, O.S.P.E., Eng. Physics Soc, Eng. Club. :!. SlilBBS ' You all have made this the happiest day of my lift " , screamed Barbara Green Xihen she ivas elected cheer leader. Adkiks Bl ASSINGAMF. IUri.ksos BORDMAV ABOVE Wkhhkr Wll.l.lAMS First Roiv: Charles E. Aokivs, - ' K, Bus., Nnrman, + I A ; Beth Kirkpatrick, AXS!, A S, Frederick; Arnoi.r E. Camp- BEi.i., Eng., Vancouver, Canada, 11 E T, P. E. Club, Eng. Club; Thomas H. Burle- son, Eng., Okla. City, T B II, i) T, H K N, A.I.E.E. ; RiCHARn M. Webber, :i A E, Bus., Okla. Citv. Second Riiii:: Thomas C. Blassisgame, Eng., Sherman, Tex.; Larry R. Thompson, i; A K, Bus., Bristtnv, Y.M.C.A., Amer. Leg.; Billy West, A S, Nnrman; Char- lotte BoRDMAN, —AT, A S, Kansas City, Mo., Social Activities Comm. Inter. Rel. Council, Y Cabinet, BWOC, Chair, of Hu- man Relations Y.W.C.A., Civil Liberties Comm., Hillel; Bob Wu.llams, i) A K, Phm.. Sulphur, ■!• A X, I ' X, O.U.Ph.A. BELOW First Row: Robert N. Chaddock, KA, A S, Okla. City; Louise Southern, Ed., Altus; Abe Ross, Jr., ■t ' K i), Bus., Denison, Tex., Tennis Team, " O " Club; Tom J. LaBenske, K 2, Bus., Fairfax; Ai:n, Econ. Club, Men ' s Glee Club, Ruf-Neks; Sanford H. Nori), KA, Phm., Okla. City, O.U. Ph. A., Adv. Air Force; Irving Trachtenberc, A S, New York, N. Y., A A 2; James G. Bush, " J ' Ki;, Bus., Shattuck, KK ; Norma L. Jabara, Bus., Oilton, Y.W.C.A., A.M.A.; Lee Mills, KZ, A S, Waldron, Ark., Pick Hammer, A M2, Pep Council, Amer. Leg., I ' .S.N.R., French Club. Second Row: Grayson H. Varnado, Eng., Colum- bia, Miss., P. E. Club, Eng. Club; Gaines S. Wal- ker, A S, Fletcher; R. C. Slocum, A S, Ada, " O " Club, Pick Hammer; Rov G. Gordon, Jr., I " A, A S, Tulsa, Basketball, Pick Hammer; Carolyn J. Frost, A S, Hydro, AAA, K■ ; John C. West- ervei.t, a TI2, Eng., Okla. City, i: T, H K X, ' ! 11 1 ' , Pc-et, TBII, A.I.E.E., Eng. Club, St. Pat ' s Council; Victor E. White, Phm., Wichita, Kan. ; Freueric C. CJoLDSMiTH, Eng., Stigler, ' Ml i), T i2, A.S.C.E., Eng. Club; Manila!. P. Chandaria, Eng., Bombay, India, International Club, Inter-American Club, Eng. Club, Y.M.C.A., Gen. Eng. Assn. Third Row: Marion F. Ritz, Bus., Okla. City; William H. Baker, AX A, Bus., Okla. City, Avn. Club; Barbara L. Cokielo, A S, Pauls Valley, I.W.A.; Gene E. Pew, Phm., Cherokee, O.l ' .Ph.A.; Henry G. Trotter, A S, Lubbock, Tex., Pick Hammer; Robert F. Ei.lzey, ATS!, A S, Norman; ' IRGINIA L. Bowers, A S, Prumright, »- ' i , TAX, A.M.A., Y.W.C.A.; Haroi.i) R. Wiedeman, A S, Lauton, Pick Hammer; William H. Carson, •I ' AH Bus., Norman, Scabbard Blade. Chaddock Varnado Ritz Southern Walker Baker Ross Slocum LaBenske Gordon Pew NORD Frost Trotter Trachtenberg Bush Westervelt White Ei.lzey Bowers Jabara cioldsmith Wiedeman Mills Chandaria Carson Hutchinson EVERIIT Wll.I.L-l ' l T KlRKHUFF Ml I. BOURN Armstrong ABOVE First RniA.-: James V. Swank, 11 K A, Bus., Norman; Barbara B. Hutchin- son, A S, Okmulgee; William N. Willcutt, II K A, Bus., Clinton; James S. MiLBOURN ' , n K A, Bus., Fairland ; Marvin E. Nowlin, II K A, Bus., Clare- more; Ernest Appel, 11 A t , A S, Tulsa, Pick Hammer; Linus T. Baker, Jr., KA, Phm., Dixie, La., O.U.Ph.A. ; Bettv R. Kendall, FA, Cheyenne, r A X; John M. Burrow, Bus., Joplin, Mo., A.M.A. Seiond Rniv: V.w T. Moon, K i), Bus., Norman; Robert S. Everiti, " I " A h Bus., Norman; Rosemary L. Kirkhuff, FA, Okla. City, A •! A, Ducks Cluli; LoNzo P. Armstrong, K i;, AiS, Okemah, - I " K ; Wilfred L Sanditen, II A -I ' , Bus., Tulsa; Howard G. Borden, ATA, A S, McAlcstcr, Co-Chairman Fresh. Orient. Com., Pres. ASP, V-Pres. Y.M.C.A. ; Julia A. Nickell, A S, Tulsa; Herbert C. Cakes, A 0, Eng., Edmond, «l H 2, 2 T, T B n, T £2, Scabbard Blade, B.M.O.C, St. Pat ' s Council, Eng. Club, Amer. Soc. Mil. Eng., A.S.C.E.; Harold L. Orchid, II A ■!■, A S, Wichita, Kan., L.Y.D., Pre-Law Club. BELOW First Row: Wilbur J. Lorenz, Eng., Kingfisher; Patricia W. Campbell, A S, Lawton, Hestia, Ducks, A.W.S. ; Edward C. Held, Jr., Eng., Ponca City, A.LCh.E.; Frank L. Constant, A S, Okla. City; D. H. Lindsev, Eng., Tipton, H K X, A.I. E.E.; Richard H. Harris, A S, Okla. City; Wil- liam L. Hannev, Eng., El Dorado, Kan., Tricon, Eng. Club; Carolyn R. Brodell, Ed., Norman, n n n, Wesley Foundation, L.Y.R. ; Jack D. Hamp- ton, Eng., Okla. City, P. E. Club, Eng. Club, Amer. Leg. Second Row: Walter R. Logan, A S, McAlester, I.M.A., Pep Council, Staff Writer Smoke Signal, Photographer Covered Wagon; Ernest R. Brigcs, Eng., South Pasadena, Calif., A.S.C.E., Eng. Club; William E. Hammett, Bus., Claremore, A.M.A. ; Julian M. Busbv, Eng., Ada, 2 r E, 2K, Soc. CJeo. Eng., Pick Hammer; Phyllis F. Burrow, Bus., Okla. City; Charles R. Bigcerstaff, Phm., Van Buren, Ark., A X, O.U.Ph.A.; Steffen R. Hansen, FA, Chicago, 111., ' I ' MA; Tom A. How- ell, Phm., Pampa, Tex., K , G.I ' .Ph.A.; C. rl E. Haskett, Eng., Norman, 2 n i), K K , T B n, 2 T, Soc. Eng. Phys. Third Row: Robert L. Lehman, Eng., Guthrie, I.A.S. ; James H. Hayes, Phm., Haven, Kan., O.C Ph.A.; Virginia R. Robinson, FA, Okla. City, A-t ' A; Jennings D. Baker, A S, Mounds, Soc. Wk. Club; Charles D. Hollingsworth, Eng., Duncan, II ET, P. E. Club, Eng. Club; Bobby J. Bonner, Eng., Odessa, Tex., 1 H 2, n ET, P. E. Club, Eng. Club, A.I.E.E. ; Daisy A. Allman, A S, Norman; Jack C. Bogle, Ed., Norman, KK ; James A. Saddoris, Acacia, A S, Cleveland. Lorenz Logan Lehman Campbell Brigcs Hayes Held Hammett Robinson Constant Busbv Baker Lindsey Harris Hanney Burrow Bicgerstaff Hansen Hollingsworth Bonner Allman Brodell Hampton Howell Haskett Bogle Saddoris IW " 3. SENIiiS Duriiuj rush in n the ilosel boys yet out. Evideme- tlii ' ah ' ivi tnkcn on the KA steps. ( ' x;i)Er.i, STnR Smti II HmcHisos- Pati erson ROBISON- Hi rciiiNSOK U ' IRTH ABOVE First Ro w: Glekna B. Freeland, A S Bristow, AT; JoE B. Cogdei.l, :S X, Bus. Altus; Charles D. Story, A S, Stilwell n A, League of Young Democrats; Sam- uel L. Smith, FA, Abilene, Tex., A l Bob Hutchison, K A, Bus., Okla. Citv. .S( ( onJ Ro ii-: Leon L. Pati erson, Eng.. Okla. City, T n, -Mi::, A X i:, A.I.Ch.E., Eng. Club; Darrell Robison, Phm., Oke- mah, O.r.Ph.A. ; Mo.sroe B. Pivmlee, . S, Poteau; John- Hutchixson, Ed., Ok- mulgee; Lee B. Wirth, A S, Kenmore, N. v., X. BELOW First Row: James H. Kitchen, 2 A E, A S, Hunt- ington, W. Va., Pick Hammer; James P. Gor- man, O K 4 ' , Bus., El Reno; Jane M. Trotter, r ! ' B, fa, (Juvmon, University Players; William E. RiDCEW av, - X, Eng., Okmulgee, Soc. Geo. Eng. ; Bill Bailev, - X, Bus., Bartlesville, Econ. Club, L.Y.D.; Delores A. Horne, A S, Okla. City; Jor- dan Kawai.ler, Eng., New York, N. Y., A.LE.E., Eng. Club; Steve Taylor, -X, Bus., Amarillo, Tex.; (Jeoroe VV. Brewer,, i: N, Bus., Lubhcick, Tex. , " 0 " Club, Football. Snnnd Roiv: Wendell R. Phillips, Eng., Okla. City, A.S.C.E., Eng. Club; Ruth J. Campbell, A S, Okla. City; Gene F. Muse, Eng., Okla. City, -Hi), Student Masonic CJroup; Claude M. Moss, Bus., Reed ; Gerald G. Morgan, Phm., Piggott, Ark., ' I ' AX, O.U.Ph.A., Research Society; Conley Hicdon, - E, A S, Walters; Wendell L. Zach- ary, - X, Bus., La«ton; Alma C. Hurst, FA, West Newton, Pa., TAX; Dale L. Rather, •I ' E, Bus., Ponca Citv, A.M.A. Third Rati. ' : William J. Plunkeit, A S, Shidler. AAi); Reason M. John, Bus., Chickasha ; Glens B. Kezer, FA, Okemah, H i:, A + A, + M A, Deutsche Liederfreunde, Iniv. Choir; ELIZABETH D. Harris, K A h, Ed., Okmulgee, F.T.A., Y.W. C.A. ; Walter CJ. Johnson, Phm., Wewoka, O.V. Ph.A. ; Irene T. Bond, K K P, A S, Norman; Jack J. Jamison, Eng., Frederick, A.LCh.E., Eng. Club; William S. McAi.ister, Eng., Shreveport, La., Geo. Eng. Soc; Ernest D. Mar i in, Phm., Ard- more, 0.r.Ph.. ' . Kitchen Phillips Plunkeit Gorman Campbell John TROrTKR Muse Kezer RiDCEWAY Moss Harris Bailey Morgan Johnson Taylor Brewer Hurst Rather McAi.ister Martin l " RAf;oo Glassner O ' liKiEN Grimes Hargrove Green CiOOCll Williams PlM AP Breneman HlXKlMIHAM McCoy Brandfnri ' ki; Prater PoH ERS (Jrav DUN ' CAN Curry ABOVE First Roiv: Ra- mom) C. Dragoo, Jr., AiS, Norman ; Mort CjLASSNER, AiS, Irvington, N. J., A X, Student Senate, Oklahoma Daily Staff, Athletic Coun- cil; D. Sue Hargrove, A An, Bus., Antlers; Alvie E. CjOoch, Eng., Guthrie, Soc. for Adv. Mgm. ; O. Preston Dunlap, A S, Ponca City; Russell K. Buckingham, Ed., Bridgeport, Conn., — A, League of Young Democrats; Joan Brandenburg, K A H, A S, Tulsa; Jack L. Powers, Eng., 01 !a. City, A.S.M.E. ; Wallace R. Duncan, Bus., Ft. Worth, Tex. SiionJ Row: Argvle Q. O ' Brien, -A K, A S, Ciuthric, Emrc Nous; Wayne H. Grimes, A S, Little Rock, Ark., Pick Hammer; Bobby G. Green, Eng., Marlow, A.S.C.E ., Eng. Club; D.ww S. Williams, A E, FA, Purcell, + M A, Dance Band; Barb. ra Breneman, AT, FA, Tulsa, A l A, El Modjii, AAA; Frederick M. McCoy, A S, Kansas City, Mo., Pick Hammer; Tom R. Pra- ter, Eng., North Little Rock, Ark., A X l " , A.LCh.E. ; Paul E. Gray, Eng.. Pauls Valley, P. E. Cluh, Eng. Cluh; Colleen J. Curry, T •!■ K, FA, (handler. BELOW First Row: William C. Lake, 2 A E, Eng., Paw- huska, TBII, Pe-et, :S T, A X Z, H M E, A.LCh.E.; Jim B. L.-vw, i: A E, AiS, Okla. City, Scabbard Blade, Pick Hammer; Marguerite Wilson, A S, Tulsa, Pick Hammer; Don E. Meyer, - A E, A S, Ponca City, ' f ' H i), Pe-et Vice-Pres., Scabbard Blade; Don J. Leeman, - A E, Bus., Ardmore, Ai:n, Scabbard Blade, Ace. Club; Constance P. Stearns, A S, Okla. City, X, K ; Richard J. GOEKEN, Eng., Cherokee, II E T, T n, P. E. Club, Eng. Club; Billy G. Grant, Eng., Ft. Worth, Tex.; George E. Puckett, OS, Bus., Wayne, I.F.C. Sfrnrni Row: Don Wilkerson, 6 3, A S, Okla. City, A A ; Robert S. Craig, 2 A E, Bus., Ft. Worth, Tex., Scabbard Blade; ToM A. Ducgin, i;AE, A S, Woodward, X, Scabbard Blade; Louis O. Rubin, Hi, Bus., Fairland, Ace. Club; Mary L. Ridceway, Bus., Beaver, A.M.A., Pre- Law Club; JORCE Rovati, © K , Eng., Venezuela, P. E. Club, Inter-American Club, International Club, Newman Club; Richard D. Cypher, O i, Eng., Monterey Park, Calif., P. E. Club; Bettye A. Babers, A S, Tulsa; Jaye F. Dyer, A S, Okla. Citv. Third Row: Jo Ann, A S, Bcggs, X, A A A, L.Y.D., Y.W.C.A., International Club; Frank T. Fleet, :S A E, A S, Ada, Scabbard Blade, Pick Hammer; Joe L. Hinton, Hi, A S, Baytown, Te.x.; Chandler J. McCoy, i: A E, Eng., Okla. City, A.S.C.E., Rifle Team, Eng. Club; Harold B. Butler, 2 AM, Bus., Okla. City, Hillel, Glee Club; Robert L. Hollis, 2 X, Bus., Okmulgee; M. Beth Gray, FA, Altus, Choral Club; Clyde L. Johnson, - X, Bus., Carter; William R. King, O K , Eng., Wc.lco, P. E. Club, Newman Club. Lake Law Wilkerson Craig SiTLER Fleet Wilson DUGGIN HiNTON Meyer Rubin McCoy Leeman RlDGEWAY Butler Stearns Rovati Hollis GOEKEN Cypher (jRAY Grant Babers Johnson Puck Err Dyer King :i. HilHS Till qiiim iij lanls and that lovely from Hawaii trip tilt ' lit lit fnntastir at Hellzapofifiin Dance. r s ci ABOVE Firsl Roiv: Joanna S. Snuccs, Ed., Vc- woka; Wii.MAM D. Ansi.ev, Bus., Ardmore, Christian Science Organ.; Louis D. Ci.FM- o s, Phm., Okla. City, O.U.Ph.A., Ramblers Orchestra; John A. Hollands, Ed., Roches- ter, N. Y. ; James E. Austin, A S, Shaw- nee. Second Roiv: Robkrt J. .Adams, Eng., Lnne V(j!f, y, A.S.C.E. ; Ravmomi J. Bro.mfii. Eng., Kan. City, Mo., II ET, :: T E. T ' .. ' , A.I.M.E., P. E. Club, Eng. Club; Ja.mes A CowAV, A S, Wetumka, Pick Hammer, P. E. Club; Wanosa I.. Costner, A S. Poteau, Hestia; David I.. Barker, .A S. Russellville, Ark., Mkt. Club. BELOW First Roiv: Don E. Dauchertv, A S, Walters; Patricia W. Sarber, AAA, Ed., Wewoka, F.T.A. ; Cecil H. Barton, Eng., Lone Wolf, n E T, SEE, P. E. Club; William B. Clayton, Eng., Idabel, A.I.E.E., Eng. Club; Joe L. Tyson, Eng., Okla. City, A.S.M.E., Eng. Club; William R. Malson, Eng., Norman, Eng. Club, P. E. Club; James H. Jones, Ed., Holdenville; Lauranetta Hart, AAA, A S, Hennessey, TAX; Russell F. Porter, A S, Hope, Ark., A A i;, Oklahoma Daily Staff. Second Roix-: Philip M. Fitzpatrick, A S, Ard- more; Sioney a. Keefover, Eng., Murton, Kan., P. E. Club, Eng. Club; Clay P. Burney, Phm., McAlester, O.U.Ph.A.; Thomas A. Ducan, Eng., Potwin, Kan., H E T, P. E. Club, Eng. Club, Student Masonic Group, Amer. Leg. ; Maurice A. Ether- IDCE, AT, A S, El Reno, Soc. Wk. Club; Jack R. Maoee, Phm., Alton, HI., K , Amer. Leg., O.V. Ph. A.; James M. Kirksey, Eng., Slatnn, Tex.; Samuel F. Secnar, Eng., Hope, Ark., A.S.M.E., Eng. Club, S.A.E. ; Earlin E. Jackson, Bus., Moun- tain ' ieu ' . Third Rou ' .- Louis ' . Knauk, A S, Bandera, Tex. ; CJeorgi! W. Kreig, Jr., Bus., Norman, Ace. Club; Carolyn McMullin, AAA, Bus., Okla. Ciiv , AAA, Br: , Ace. Club; George C. Konevai , Phm., Cleveland, Ohio, O.T.Ph.A., O.S.E.P.; Gor- don W. Thompson, Eng., Wynnewood, A.S.M.E., Eng. Club; Owen Vaughn, Bus., Chickasha ; Rich- ard D. VanPatten, Eng., Dallas, Tex., P. E. Club, Eng. Club; Bobbie Faw ks, I " " I " B. A S, Pryor, Hes- tia, V.W.C.A.; Ronald B. Thompson. A S, An.i- darko. Pick Hammer. Reiu Wells Struckus Staggs Brite Cast Stuart Rath Reed Walter Walker Newell Stephenson West Westbrook McGhee Newton Simmons ABOVE Firsl Rati:: Kenneth L. Reid, Bus., Collinsville, A A i;, A.M. A., Student Ma- sonic Group; Ocden Wells, Eng., Denisnn, Tex., T S2, A.S.M.E., Eng. Club; John Struckus, Eng., Worcester, Mass., A.S.M.E., S.A.E. ; Wayne D. Staggs, Phm., Snider, O.U.Ph.A. ; Robert Brite, AT, Eng., Tulsa, Tricon, Jr. A.I.A., Eng. Club; Willlam F. Cast, AT, Eng., Dallas, Tex., M1 2, Eng. Club, A.I. Ch.E. ; Lorene Stuart, A S, Pawhuska; Otto C. Rath, A S, Mesilla Park, N. Mex., Pick Hammer, Amer. Leg.; Richard L. Reed, A S, Guthrie, A l i), n i; A, International Relations Club. Second Roiv: George E. Walier, Ail , Eng., Chickasha, - T, T li fl, •! II i:. Scabbard Blade, 2 F E, Pe-et, Soc. Geo. Eng., Eng. Club, A Mi; Bill B. Walker, Eng., Allen, A.I.E.E.; Lauralee Newell, A S, Okla. City, I " AX, Univ. Choir; Robert L. Stephenson, A S, Blair, " O " Club, Baseball; Wh.liam E. West, A S, Norman; Wh.liam E. Wesi brook, Eng., Norman, P. E. Club, Eng. Club; Everette G. McGhee, A T , Eng., Okla. City, A.S.C.E.; Robert L. Newton, AT 12, FA, Norman; Ch. rles E. Simmons, A T ; , A S, Okla. City, BELOW First Roii.-: J. W. Hester, A S, Ada; Dorothy S. HAMH.TON, AT, A S, Wichita Falls, Tex.; Bob L. Gregory, Ed., Tulsa, " O " Club; John D. Austin, Eng., Chickasha, A.I.E.E., Eng. Club; Kendall R. Fai.k, Bus., Okla. City, B T ::, Ace. Club; J. CK B. Leavitt, Bus., Chicago, 111., Ruf-Neks, Economics Club; Dan C. Sarna, Phm., North Little Rock, Ark.; Rosemary Champlin, K K F, A S, Enid; Lewis G. Fearing, A S, Anadarko, O. U. Band, Soc. Cieo. Eng. Seiiind Row: Robert H. Heston, Eng., El Dorado, Kan., Geol. Eng. Soc, Pick Hammer; Daniel D. Peters, A S, Okla. City, 1948 Hispanic Institute Award; Paul W. Reed, K i), A S, Sulphur; Don- ald R. Johnson, Eng., Okla. City, A.I. Ch.E., Eng. Club; Marilyn P. Kliewer, K A 9, A S, Chicka- sha; Kenneth N. Jordan, Bus., Okla. City, A.M.A. ; Bruce E. DoRemus, Ed., Enid; Robert H. Ander- son, Ed., Guthrie; J. Clyde Parker, Jr., FA, Little Rock, Ark., LTniversity Players. Third Row: Jack L. Holman, .A S, Idabel, A A i; ; George E. Foreman, A S, Bushyhead ; Eva J. Price, AT, A S, Pauls Valley; Phillip H. Ai.lman, Jr., A S, Richmond, V ' a. ; Jack L. Kirby, Eng., Wichita, Kan., Soc. Geo. Eng.; Elmer A. Ki ' Nne- MANN, Eng., Granite City, III., H T i), :i: T, T B II, A.S.M.E., S.A.E. ; Eleanor Erickson, r B, Bus., Ponca City, Mortar Board, A.W.S., Ducks Club, Christian Science Organization, Who ' s Who in .American Colleges Iniversities; Nelson N. Jeck, Eng., Okla. City; Willson H. Green, Eng., Okla. City, Student Senate, L.Y.D., I. M. A. Intramural Adv. Board, Amer. Leg., P. E. Club, Eng. Club, Canterburv Club. Hester Heston Holman Hamilton Gregory Peiers Reed Foreman Price Austin Johnson Allman Falk Kliewer Kirby Leavitt Sarna Champlin Fearing Jordan DoRemus Anderson Parker KUNNEMANN Erickson Jeck CJREEN DLe SENIliS . ■ Refirtis give iiith the uhistles and arm uaving at the I.M.J. - I.F.C. football game. Hf.ckincer Robinson- Graham Rau.ev MOODV Whisnand Harter Brandon Langston LOSHBOl ABOVE Fhsl Row: John F. Heckinger, Bus., Chi- cago, 111.; Jack VV. Robinson, Bus., Bos- well, B r i; ; Garbeth C. Graham, Eng., Fittstown, P. E. Club, Eng. Club; Gerald V. Raii-EV, Bus., Eastland, Tex.; Caroi.y.n J. MoODV, n B , AiS, Pauls Valley, - A I. SecnnJ Roil-: D. SlE Whisnand. F ' I ' H, A S, Lawton; John T. Harter, Eng., Boonville, Mo., T, T B 11, II K X, T , A.I.E.E.; Cecil E. Brandon, Eng., Hut- chinson, Kan., 11 E T, Eng. Club, P. E. Club; J. CK H. Langston, Eng., Okla. City, A.I.Ch.E. ; Robert L. Loshboich, Bus., Alva. BELOW First Rnw: Bii.i. (!. Hai.bert, Eng., Kilgore, Tex., P. E. Club, Amer. Leg., Eng. Club; Wanda E. Bur- dick, Phm., Hearne, Tex., Galen, A X 3, AAA, O. r.Ph.A., Drugstore Cowboys; Jose Pinczowski, Eng., Lima, Peru, H K . , T, A.I.E.E., Eng. Club, International Club, Inter-American Club; Leon S. Harris, Phm., Carmargo, O.U.Ph.A. ; Robert E. Campbell, K i), A S, Miami ; C. B. Cameron, K 2, Bus., Okla. City, A.M.A. ; Thomas E. Arnold, AX, Bus., Dallas, Tex.; Alice L. Ballard, Ed., David- son, 11 f! n ; John I. Fisher, -X, Eng., Okla. City, HET, p. E. Club, Eng. Club. Second Roiv: Vance A. Reynolds, A S, Rcjff; Del Davis, Phm., Elk City, A X, O.U.Ph.A.; Barry O. BuELL, A S, Bartlesville, TBH; Cecil C. Kinney, FA, Maysville; Enid M. Buswell, FA, Kingfisher, AHA, T B 2, R.A.W. ; Jack Pollock, 3 A M, Bus., Ada, I.F.C; Don E. Copelin, AX, Bus., Okla. City; Clarence W. Conn, AX, Eng., Cromwell, P. E. Club, Eng. Club; Dahl P. Brown, F A, A S, Okla. Citv. Third Rozi-: Charles A. Gordon, A T V., Bus., Okla. City; William E. Richardson, Eng., I.enapah, ' I ' ll i:, HKX, A.I.E.E., Eng. Club; Bessie S. Brown, A S, Duncan, Mortar Board, OX, KAII; Phillip D. LVNDY, Eng., Tyler, Tex., P. E. Club, Eng. Club; George W. McCiRAW, -X, Eng., Ft. Smith, Ark., Soc. Geo. Eng., Pick Hammer, Eng. Club; Don Brown, ATA, Eng., Muskogee, Scabbard Blade, Soc. Geo. Eng., Eng. Club, Soc. Amer. Mil. Eng. ; WiLBURTA Cartxvright, 1 " " I ' B, F.A, Okla. City, i:AI, FAX, fniv. Symphony, Pan-Hellenic Council ; Preston G. Wheeler, - X, Phm., Okla. City, +AX, O.U.Ph.A.; John F. Birton, i: X, A S, Okla. Citv. Halbert Burdick Pinczowski Harris Campbell Cameron Arnold Ballard FiSllKR Reynolds Davis Buell Kinney Buswell Pollock Copelin Conn Brow n Gordon Richardson Brown LUNDV McGraw Brown CARTU RIGHT Whehler Bl RTOV COMBV McDaniei, %MW Rll.ING SCARBROUGH Foster Elliott Beavers Berrv Ebel Echols C ' rain- Irwin Yeoman GiVENTER L0V RY Zoellner costanza Glaves ABOVE First Roiv: William J. Combv, A S, Chickasha ; Josephise Riling, A S, Spiro, Y.W.C.A.; Jerai.d D. Foster, A T S2, Eng., Norman, A.I.E.E., Intramural Staff, Eng. Club; Teudv D. Beavers, Ed., Marlo v; Sterling F. Ebel, FA, Beaver, ! ' M A ; Herman F. Crain, Eng., El Dorado, Ark., A.I.Ch.E., Eng. Cluli; Kenneth E. Yeoman, Eng., Pearl River, N. Y., Eng. Club, I.A.S. ; Billye J. LoWRV, A S, Lawton; Frank J. Costanza, Phm., Weehawken, N. J., K , O.U.Ph.A. Si ' ionJ Rnw: Robert E. McDamel, Eng., Chirkasha, A.I.M.E., P. E. Club, Eng. Club; Lee B. Scarbrolgh, Bus., Ti-ihimingn; William Ellioit, Eng., Garden City, N. Y., P. E. Club; Robert L. Berry, Ed., Okla. City, I.M.A., Track; Wanda N. Echols, A S, Tipton, AT, !• i, K ■!•, Ruffcttes; Jack H. Irwin, FA, Blairsville, Pa., ' ! M A, University Band, Varsity Club Orchestra; Victor Giventer, Bus., Okla. City, ' I ' H 2, Ace. Club; John E. Zoei.lser, Bus., Mountain View, Avn. Club; Robert F. CJi.aves, A S, Chicago, III., i) A X, A A 2, Oklahoma Daily Staff, Managing Ed. Smoke Signal. BELOW Firjl Roic: Lee E. Roberts, Eng., Sedalia, Colo., Eng. Club, A.I.E.E. ; Marjorie F., A S, Philadelphia, Pa., Hist. Club, Amer. Leg., Interna- tional Club, Y.W.C.A., Timber Cruisers; Arthur C. Terrill, Bus., Norman, Avn. Club; Edwin F. Terry, Bus., Tulsa; Joseph Wachtman, A S, Enola, Pa., i: A X, Sports Ed. Okla. Daily; Robert L. Watson, Ed., Edmond ; Clarence A. Weeks, Bus., Ponca City, Ace. Club, Student Masonic Group; June S. cer, A S, Norman, FAX, T :i , International Club, Okla. Daily Cov. Hag. Adv. Mgr. ; Bobby O. Welch, A S, Cement, Pick Hammer. SeionJ Roiv: Charles F. Unzner, Bus., Shawnee; David E. Smith, Eng., Cement, P. E. Club; Wil- liam L. Wright, FA, Collinsville, K K , Band ; William H. White, Bus., Okla. City; Rosemary C. Westphal, Ed., Okmulgee, F.T.A., Sw ing Club; James L. Sharp, A S, Tulsa, Glee Club; Robert W. Stout, Bus., Cherokee; Frederick D. Smith, Eng., Jetmore, Kan., A.S.C.E., Eng. Club; John W. SUND, Bus., Okla. City. ThirJ Roii.-: John J. Lacey, K A, Eng., Joplin, Mo., A.I.Ch.E., Eng. Club; Juanita Pannell, Ed., Nor- man, n Z K, TBi;, Band; John F., K A P, Eng., Warren, Pa., II K T, A.I.M.E., P. E. Club, Eng. Club, Pick Hammer, Glee Club; Tom W. Goodwin, A 9, Bus., Okla. City, X, S.A.M., A.M.A., Air Knockers; James Tipton, Bus., Afton; John C. Todd, Eng., Okla. City, T B II, r T, A.I. Ch.E.; Jack W. Rose, FA, Yukon, M A, I ' niv. Choir; B.-vrb.ara H. Pipes, A S, Lawton, W.R.A., Ducks Club, Racket Club; Robert E. Sampson, Eng., Chickasha, Ruf-Neks, Soc. Geo. Eng., Eng. Club. Roberts Unzner Lacey McKaig Smith Panneli Terrill Wright Terry White Goodwin Wachtman Watson Westphal Sharp Tipton Todd Weeks Sacer Stout Smith Rose Pipes Welch SUND Sampson ' LHilBBS All is suci ' triiss tiiui liyht at sercnadts until tin is some real light shed as uns at this KA serenade to the Tri Delts. r:0 D„ •.I i Wicis IDS ThAIjAKIi HAKKhK ii.:kkm-u..n Sakiikr ROYOR LlTTREI I. Katasich Gretkomski Roper ABOVE First Rrni..- Travis E. WioiSTOX, Ed., Al- ius, " O " Club, Baseball; Thomas F. Tha- CARD, A S, Okla. City, Pick Hammer; Ravmovd N. Parker, Eng., Greggton, Tex., Geo. Eng. Soc, P. E. Club; James L. WiTHERSPOOV, A S, Okla. City, Pick Hammer; Mary L. Sarber, - - -i, Ed., Ve- wiika, Pan-Hellenic. SftanJ Rok: . Iarv L. Royer, AAA, A S, Wichita, Kan.; James L). Liitrei.!., A S. Norman ; Leonard D. K.atanich, A S. Lansing, III.; Anthony A. Gretkowski. Eng., Norman; Charles H. Roper, AiS, Magnolia, Ark., L.Y.D., Sooner Magazine Staff. BELOW First Row: Wiii.iam R. McIntvre, Eng., Okla. City, A.LCh.E., Eng. Club; June Enfield, Bus., Okla. City, B T i), Ace. Club; Ralph L. Primeaux, Eng., Lafayette, La., Tricon; Charles B. Ocden, Bus., .Miami; Houston Beauchamp, Acacia, Eng., Texarkana, Ark.; James Pr. tt, Jr., FA, San An- tonio, Tex.; Donald W. Branham, KA, Eng., Okla. City, 2 2, A + o So(. g g p y . m. rjorie W. GiBBS, A S, Norman, W.R.A. Treasurer, Ducks Club, Swing Club, Racket Club; Robert L. Prich- ARi), Eng., Seminole, P. E. Club. Si ' ionJ Rov.- WiLLH.M c;. Whisnand, AT, Eng., Lawton, Soc. Geo. Eng., Eng. Club; John V. Da- vis, Acacia, A S, Okemah, Student Masonic CJnnip, Sequoyah Club, Soc. Wk. Club; B. Jack (Jallahkr, Acacia, A S, Norman, Pick Hammer; Jimmy Gali.aher, Acacia, A S, Okla. City, Anthro. Club, Student Masonic Group; Beth C. Be.avers, Ed., Marlow; Herbert L. Murray, Eng., Salem, III., P. E. Club, Military Eng., Eng. Club; Donald J. Blanton, KA, Bus., Frederick, Scholarship I.F.C., I.F.C. Rep., E. . Committee I.F.C. ; Paul R. Hed- LUND, KA, Bus., Elk City; .Andrew V. Polk, Jr., Eng., Columbia, Miss. Third Rov..- John L. Graves, . cacia, Bus., Hardt- ner, Kan., A Ji, Student Masonic Group, Wesley Foundation, A.M.A., Men ' s Glee Club; ' |LL1AM J. KoppLiN, KA, A S, Okla. City, Scabbard Blade, A X i; ; Gwendolyn L. Ford, FA, Indianola; Clarke B. Gillespie, A B, Eng., Ft. Worth, Tex.. II ET, Scabbard Blade, P. E. Club, Eng. Club. I.F.C; Jack B. Smith, K A, FA, Comanche; Mar- tin A. MiSSBACH, Eng., Bedford Park, III.; Joi.een W. Fearing, FA, Calumet, Choral Club; Robert F. Cai.onkey, KA, Bus., McAlester, Scabbard Blade, Ai:n, BFi:; J.aime E. Dickerson, KA, A S, Lubbock, Tex., , Pick Hammer, L.Y.D., Y.M.C.A. McIntvre Enfield Wiiisnand Davis Graves KOPPI.IN -J n -ii ' 1 iM .- i Primeaux Ogden Beauchamp Prait Bran 11 A. M CilBBS Prichard Gali.aher (Jallaher Beavers Murray Blanton Hedlund Pol.K FORl) C;iLLFSPIE Smith MlSSBAClI Fkaring Calonkey Dickerson Wright Farrish F.Ki.n Jackson Scott Smothermav Dlxl I ' VRKE Young UlClIFlI.I, TlRSER Taylor Tali.ey Waller Stuber In(;k Ross Robinson- ABOVE First Ro c: William B. Wright, Phm., Huhart, O.T.Ph.A. ; Carolyn B. Pak- RISH, K A H, A S, Nnrman, Soc. Wk. Club, V.W.C.A. ; Willlam L. Field, AiS, Norman, Spanish Club; Fred B. Jackson, Bus., Okla. City, Manager ' ar- sitv Club Orchestra; J. O. Scott, Eng., Okla. City, T B II, :i; T, t H i), A.I. Ch.E., Eng. Club; Harold M. Smotherman, Eng., Okla. City, A Q, A.I.M.E., P. E. Club, Amer. Leg., Eng. Club; Floyd W. Dial, A S, Wood River, III.; Anne Tyree, 1 ' B, FA, Lawton, A {• A, Vice-Pres. PAX, Treasurer U.A.B., Corresponding Secretary Student Senate ; Victor, Eng., Okla. Cit , I.A.S. Si-idiid Roii:: James E. Highfii.l, Bus., Muskogee, Amir. Mkt. Assn.; Jack I.. TiRNER, Eng., Enid, Soc. (ieo. Eng., Eng. Club, Pick Hammer; Spencer L. Taylor, 2 A E, Eng., Jackson, Miss., n E T, A.I.M.E., P. E. Club, C.A.B. President; Franklin Talley, A S, Tecumseh, -AX, Amer. Leg., Editor Oklahoma Daily, R.O.T.C, L.Y.D., Y.M.C.A., I.M.A., B.S.U.; Marii.y.v S. Waller, K A 9, A S, Enid; Ivan L. Stuber, A S, Wichita, Kan., Pick Hammer, A.A.P.CJ. ; Robert V. Inge, Bus., Okla. City; Joe R. Ross, Bus., Chickasha, Ruf-Neks; William P. Robinson, Eng., Norman, Soc. Geo. Eng., Eng. Club, Ruf-Nrks, Pick Hammer. BELOW First Row: Roy A. Simonson, Bus., Okla. City, Ace. Club; Eloise Phillips, A , Ed., Seminole; John C. Moler, T A, Bus., Okla. City; Richard L. Walton, Ben, Eng., Okla. City, Scabbard Blade, 2T, 11X3, A.S.M.E., S.A.E. ; Ma.x E. Parks, AX, Bus., Norman, B, A A 2, A M2, Sr. Mgr. Intramural Dept., Avn. Club, Pres. O. U. Flying Club, Y.M.C.A., L.Y.D., Sequoyah Club; James H. Wright, - X, Bus., Okmulgee, A.M.A. ; Maurice G. Duncan, A X A, Bus., Tulsa, A i; n, Scabbard Blade, N.R.O.T.C. ; Joyce Simmons, Xn, FA, Yukon; Royce H. Morgan, A S, Shaw- nee, A E A, X, B.S.U. Si;oiiJ Row: Joe C. Stall, Eng., Okla. City, 3 T, -11-, Soc. Eng. Physics; Luke B. Dodds, Eng., Ada, HKN, Pres. A.LE.E., Inst. Rad. Eng., Eng. Club; VoEN E. Fowler, Bus., Okla. City; Jack M. Buckley, B 9 n, Bus., Sayre; Marcia Buchanan, X n, A S, Enid ; J. L. Querry, Acacia, A S, Ton- kawa; H. Jack Starkey, Acacia, A S, Norman, Pick Hammer; Dalvin C. Tobin, 6 K 4 , Bus., Perry, H 3, A 2 n, Ace. Club, Newman Club; Harry A. Waltem. ' VTH, A X A, A S, North Piatt, Nebr., Pick Hammer, Amer. Leg. ThirJ Row: James W. Smith, Huv, Okla. Cit , U.A.B., I.M.A., Amer. Leg., Career Conference; Re. E. Phillips, 2AE, Bus., Norman; Patricia A. Parker, X f!, FA, Lawton; R. Sales, Bus., Okla. City, I.M.A. Council, L.Y.D.; Charlie W. Broun, Ben, A S, Enid; E. Julian Davis, Jr., K H n, Eng., Okla. City, Soc. Jeo. Eng. ; BETTi ' St. Clair, X J2, A S, Shreveport, La., Counselor Fresh- man Dorms.; William R. Savage, A X A, A S, Okla. City, A J S) ; Kit Farw ell, K :i, A S, Chick- asha, Anthro. Club. Simonson Phillips Moler Walton Parks Wright Duncan Simmons Morgan Stall Dodds Fowler Buckley Buchanan Querrv Starkey- Tobin Wai.temath Smith Phillips Parker Sales Brown Davis St. Clair Savage Farweli. 3. SEIIillS Tri Delt, Joan Brittain. looks ahead to clear sailing iltiring hid house, uhile riishecs, Martha Seale and .1 ' M It linns McCaslin man t hi ship. suverkrlp Nichols Bellamy Madoox ABOVE First Ro ' ij.-: Fk.wk E. Slvf.rkrlp, " t " K i:. Bus., Ciilumlius, Ind. : Willlvm F. O ' Brien " , Bus., St. Louis, Mn., Intramural Adv. Cnuncil, Intramural Mgr., Univ. Socker Team ; Blrtis E. McPherson, Bus., Okla. City, K K ! ' , Band, Men ' s Glee Club, A Cappella Choir; JoHV C. LuCK, Acacia, Eng., Magnolia, Ark., P. E. Club, Eng. Club, Student Masonic Group; Eleanor Bellamy, X -, A S, Knoxville, Iowa, V.W.C.A., Sue. Vk. Club. Second Roiu: Alice G. Nichols, ASA, A S, Blanchard, K J , Hestia; James H. CooLEV, A X A, Eng., Okla. City, A.S.M.E., Eng. Club, I.F.C., Amer. Leg.; Brvce D. McFall, AiS, Okla. City; Walter D. Manz, Eng., Duncan, A.LCh.E., Eng. Club; NoTi.EV G. Maddox, Eng., Marbury, Md., n E T, T n, i: r K, p. E. Club, Eng. Club. BELOW First Rmv: James R. Holland, FA, Los Angeles, Calif., El Modjii, Pres. University Players; Bill M. Li cico.viE, A S, Moran, Kan.; Virginia C. Ko.NEVAL, FA, Amarillo, Tex., M E; William G. Evans, A S, Okla. City; Jack L. Turner, Bus., Delhi, Ace. Club; Frances A. Harris, A S, Wich- ita Falls, Tex., Staff Writer Okla. Daily; Bill M. Moore, KZ, A S, Okla. City, A E A, I.F.C. ; Robert N. Ross, K 2, A S, Okla. City, AEA; Don Smith, ■!• K i), Bus., Okla. City, A i) n, Persh- ing Rifles, Scabbard Blade, (Jlee Club, Newman Club, L.Y.D. Seinnd Roi:. ' : Jamks B. Taliaferro, Bus., Duncan; Robert W. Mott, Eng., Charleston, S. C, - F E, T, TBn, Soc. Geo. Eng., Eng. Club; Donald C. Johnson, Phm., Taloga, O.I ' .Ph.A. ; E. Jean Pow- ers, Bus., Okla. City, International Club, Pres. Stu- dent Unitarians, Inter- American Club; Stanley F. Hopper, K , A S, Okmulgee, Pre-Dental Club, A.M.A., Amer. Leg.; Owen D. Lollar, 6 3:, A S, Wayne; Jeanne C. Parker, A S, North Little Rock, Ark., Soc. Wk. Club, I.W.A., I.W.A. Ex. Council, A.W.S. Serv. Comm., Resd. Halls Hse. Council, International Relations Club, Girl Scout Troop; Charles E. Trowbridge, - A E, Eng., Bill- ings, Mont., Soc. Geo. Eng., Eng. Club; Reynolds R. Gardner, Eng., Idabel, Soc. Eng. Phy. Third Ro u.-: Don S. Irvine, A S, Charlotte Town, Canada, Pick Hammer; Genevieve L. Willett, F.A, Perry, Univ. Players, El Modjii, F.T.A. ; J. CK II. Wilson, ATA, A S, Henryetta, A K A, Scabbard Blade Secretary, Pres. Men ' s Glee Club, I ' niv. Men ' s Quartet, Prc-Med. Club; Noble A. Miller, ■ K -, A S, McAlester, A S2, I.F.C., L.Y.D., Ruf- Ncks, Economics Club, Amer. Leg., Air Reserve; JANIE L. Creech, Bus., Okla. City, Ace. Club; William V. VanHorn, ATA, A S, Clinton, Scab- bard Blade, Amer. Leg.; Lewis V. Hall, Bus., Altus; Marguerite Kii.lion, Bus., Blackwell, K ' I ' , Ace. Club, V.W.C.A.; Robert L. H. gin, A S, Ft. ' orth, Tex., Pick Hammer, .Amer. Leg. Holland LiNCICOME KONEVAL Evans Turner Harris Moore Ross S.mith Taliaferro Mott Johnson Powers Hopper Lollar Parker Trowbridge C;.VRDNER Irvine Willett Wilson Miller Creech an Horn Hall KiLLlON H. GIN XlSHlMllA SWTFT FaCIN GlFFlN A.NDKtWSKI Meazel Con KM) Trapp Hi MPAS McMlt.LAN Riiiir K I KeI.I A ABOVE First Row: Paul W. Nishimuta, e K , A S, Okmulgee, A A Z, K A M, New- man Club; Hugh G. Swift, K Z, Bus., Norman; Bvron W. Layton, - X, Eng., Okla. City, I.A.S., Eng. Club, Inst. Mil. Eng. ; Donald R. Marco, i: X, A S, Okla. City; Jim Hankixsox, - A E, Eng., Okla. City, HEX, p. E. Club, Eng. Club; Gene Andrewski, A X A, A S, Okla. City, Okla. Daily Staff; C. ROL L. C0NR.4D, AXn, A S, Little Rock, Ark.; Bob, A X A, Eng., Okla. City, Scabbard Blade, A.I.Ch.E., Soc. Amer. Mil. Eng., Eng. Club; Thomas G. Roberts, ATA, Eng., Tulsa, Scabbard Blade, Assoc. Gen. Eng. S frond Row: Irvin A. Facin, HA , Bus., Okla. City; James R. Giffin, K i., A S, Okla. City; Mary A. Vance, ATA, A S, Ponca City; B. D. H. Powell, Jr., Be II, A S, Okla. City; Jack G. Barry, - A K, A S, Okla. City; Wil- liam C. Meazel, 2 A E, A S, Shawnee, U.A.B.; Robert, AT, A S, Okla. City; Harry M. McMillan, ATA, Bus., Bristow, A :; P, -Mli:; Thomas J. Kelly, ATA, Bus., Alius, A.M.A. BELOW First Roiv: Kenneth Stacy, Jr., Eng., Chickasha, P. E. Club, Eng. Club; George T. Hicginbotham, Eng,, Sherman, Tex., n E T, ii; P E, p. E. Club, Eng. Club; Melvin Hilderbrand, A S, Norman, AA2; Betty M. Simons, A S, Norman; Michael P. Roche, Ed., New York, N. Y. ; Alfred F. DiGero- NiMO, Eng., Brooklyn, N. Y. ; A.S.C.E. ; Jacque O. Browni.ow, A S, Anadarko, n Z K, Y.W.C.A., I.W.A., B.S.I ' ., English Club, French Club; Wil- liam E. Park, Eng., Hartshorne, I.A.S. ; Jack F. Pflug, Eng., Joplin, Mo., P.E. Club, Eng. Club, Amer. Leg. Second Row: Dick D. Faram, Phm., Ft. Worth, Tex., K , O.U.Ph.A. ; Frances M. Rossi, A S, Chicago, III., irin, O.S.W.E.; Morton G. Cohen, Bus., Tulsa, Amer. Mkt. Assn. ; Billy M. Wright, Bus., Heavener, Mkt. Club, Avn. Club; Martha D. Shultz, KKF, A S, Chickasha; Marvin H. Jensen, A S, Okla. City; David C. Hurst, Eng., Okmulgee, — F E, Amer. Leg., Soc. Geo. Eng. ; Donald Hirst, Eng., Philadelphia, Pa., Scabbard Blade, n E T, p. E. Club, Eng. Club; Herbert H. Shook, Eng., Hartford, Conn., n T i), A.S.M.E., S.A.E. Third Row: Chiii T. Lci. Eng., Chungking, China, P. E. Club, International Club; L. B. Gilbreaiii, A S, Pauls Valley, Amer. Leg., Pick Hammer: Richard D. H. zen, Eng., Titusville, Pa., n E T, P. E. Club; P. TRiciA L. St.ath, AAA, A S, Okla. City, Mortar Board, H 2; +, W.R.A. ; Rov R. Allen. A S, Okla. City, A A i: ; John E. Bishop, A S, West Hampton, N. Y. ; Price T. Smith, Eng., Mar- low, A.S.C.E., Eng. Club; Wilma J. Baker, FA, Poteau, A A; L. P. Brown, A T iJ, Bus., Duncan. STACY Faram Lo Hicginbotham Hilderbrand Simons Rossi Cohen Wright Gilbre.vfh Hazi n Stath Roche Shultz All.KN DiGeronimo Brownlow Park Jensen Hurst Hirst Bishop Smith Baker Pfi.uc Shook Brown 3. HilllS These real honest-to-pete, gol duni, roll-their-own dudes are Beta Allen Calkin and imported sidekick. Denbo SCHRIKVER Rll.KV fiASKlIJ, Thompsi Patrick Cambrov Nancr New Carroli ABOVE First Row: Johk O. Denbo, i: •!• K, Bus., Claremdre, Student Conduct Com., A.M.A. ; Ei.ixOR M. Schriever, AT, A S, Norman; James D. Rilev, II K A, Bus., Norman, A.M.A. ; Joe T. Gaskii-L, Eng., Shawnee, A.I.E.E. ; ToMMYE Thompson, A S, Okla. Citv, Oikonomia. SiiotiJ Roil-: Dale L. Patrick, Eng., Mus- kogee; Robert T. Cambron, Eng., Mem- phis, Tenn., TO, I.A.S. ; Dorothy Nance, KAH FA, Okla. City, K , Mortar Board, A + A, Orchesis, Career Conf. Co-Chair- man, A.W.S. V-Pres. ; L. D. New, A S, Shawnee, iiAX; Bill, M. Carroll, Ed., Okemah, -O " Cluh. BELOW First Roil-: William M. Hess, - A E, A S, Okla. City ; Max D. Rizi.ev, - X, A S, (iuymon ; Mav- .NARO L. Leffei., i; N, Bus., Hobbs, N. Mex. ; Doro- thy B. Renfro, a , Ed., Tulsa; Richard H. Bitt- MAN, i; A K, A S, Perry; James A. Rowe, K i:, A S, Davis, Scabbard Blade, Pick Hammer, Ruf-Neks; Maria E. Rosas, FA, Vera Cruz, Mex., A ' I ' A, International Club Treas., Inter-American Club, Los Americanos Club; Don C. Oden, I ' K S, Bus., Tonkawa, A i: , Ruf-Neks, L.Y.D., Deans Committee; Kenneth D. Kirkland, — N, Bus., Ponca Citv. SitrinJ Roiu: William H. DouGHERT , •! ' I " A, A S, Bartlesville, X, Pre-Med Club; Sam C. Burnell, AH, Eng., Okla. City, P. E. Club, Eng. Club; Jean Monnet, KAH, A S, Okla. City, Ducks Club, Y Cabinet; Harry A. Larsh, 2 N, Eng., Wichita, Kan., 2 r E, Soc. Geo. Eng., Eng. Club; James A. Mock, - N, Bus., Okmulgee; Christine Leath, A S, Wichita Falls, Tex.; Ernest R. Dick, i: N, Bus., Okla. City; Frank T. Pope, Jr., K i, Bus., Tulsa; Bill (J. Hughes, -X, Bus., Okla. City. Third Rov.-: Stanton L. Young, - N, Bus., Okla. City, I.F.C.; Donalu G. Wildes, - N, Eng., Dallas, Tex.; Andrew T. Leverett, F A, Bus., Bartles- ville, Ace. Club; D.arrell C. Miller, + F A, A S, Tulsa; Eloise M. Dotts, Bus., Okla. City, I.W.A. Exec. Council; Jerome A. Lewis, F A, Eng., Wichita, Kan., T B n, Z T, TE, Soc. Geo. Eng., Pick Hammer, Eng. Club, St. Pat ' s Council, Sooner Shamrock, Adv. Solic. ; Manford K. P. t- TERsoN, +K , A S, Okla. City; AXIS; Shirley Hirst, A S, Hadenfield, N. J.; Richard McMi ' R- RAY, nKA, Eng., Okla. City, CJen. Eng. Club, . ir Knockers. Hess Rizley Leffel Renfro Bittman Rowe Rosas Oden Kirkland Dougherty BURNELL Monnet Larsh Mock Leath Dick Pope HlGHES Young Wii.nrs I.EVFRinT Miller Dotts Lewis P.AITERSON Hirst McNfURRAY S tETOW MCCOURRV Rfvshaw IIassfs- Thompson- W ' liriK A1I1.BERG Wilms Campbell McKenny LOGUE ROADV HUTSON ' Feii.d W ' kiciii Hachrach Conger Brown ABOVE First Riiiv: Herbert Sweetow, A S, South Bend, Ind., A -1 i; ; Theodore K. McCoiRRV, A XA, Eng., Okla. City, Eng. Club, St. Pat ' s Council Sooner Sham- rock, N.R.O.T.C, A.S.C.E.; Dee E. Renshaw, A X A, Eng., Okla. City, Tricon, Jr. A. I. A; Mouphida Hassen, FA, Sulphur, M ! E, Student Senate, A.W.S., I.W.A. ; Richard L. Thompson, A 9, Bus., Norman ; Charles H. White, Bus., Okla. City; Jeannee V. Vahlberg, AT, A S, Okla. City, OX, Oikonomia, Orient. Board, Pan-Hellenic; Glekn H. Willis, Eng., Magnolia, Ark., n E T, P. E. Club, Eng. Club; Alvin D. Campbell, Eng., Indiahoma, n E T, p. E. Club. Scinnd Row: Jere W. McKennv, K 2), Eng., Okmulgee, Eng. Club, Soc. Ceo. Eng.; Melba L. Logue, FA, Leedy, Women ' s Choral Club; Robert R. Roadv, Eng., Tulsa, V, T B H, Pick Hammer, Soc. Geo. Eng., Eng. Club; William R. HursoN, Ki:, Bus., Muskogee, A.M.A. ; Nancy Feild, K A h, a S, Poiica City, Intramural Swing Club; Raymond L. M ' richt, Bus., Collinsville, Ace. Club; Richard M. Bachrach, SAM, A S, New York, N.Y., A K A, +lli;; Glenn F. Conger, Eng., Grand Rapids, Minn., A.I.E.E., Eng. Club; (J. Stan- ley Brown, A S, Waynoka, Econ. Club, L.Y.D., Y.C.C. BELOW First Rnu-: Jack M. Jones, A S, Wichita Falls, Tex., International Club, Pick Hammer, S.A. M.E., Econ. Club; Jack D. Liggett, Acacia, A S, Okla. City; Carl S. Tinch, Jr., T A, Eng., Mc- Alester, H K N, A S2, A.I.E.E., Eng. Club; L. Jean WiMBisH, A S, Okla. City, Spanish Club Treas., International Club, Las Dos Americas Treas., Inter- American Club; Horace Quaitlebaum, Eng., Col- ony, II ET, P. E. Club, Eng. Club; William M. y- eran, Eng., Bridgeport, Conn., HTS, A.S.M.E., Eng. Club; Anna L. Thurlow, A S, Hennessey; Theodore W. Winneberger, Eng., Okla. City, - T, Eng. Club; Charley Van Metre, Eng., Springfield, Colo., A.S.C.E. Second Roic: Thomas I. Brown, Jr., Eng., Shaw- nee, H KN, A.I.E.E. Eng. Club; Doris M. Roberts, Ed., Okla. City, Amer. Leg. Aux., I.W.A. ; Ken- neth KiLLGORE, t A 9, A S, Shawnee, - T, Varsity Track; Jack E. Hubbell, ATS2, Eng., Okla. City, Varsity Club, Eng. Club; Jimmy A. Carter, - t E, A S, Altus, Pick Hammer; Travis C. Frensley, - K, A S, Ardmore; Charles F. Hughes, i: K, Eng., Okla. City, ST, Soc. Geo. Eng., Eng. Club; Ruth J. Parker, Bus., Okla. City, Student Senate, Retailing Club; Jesse L. Clifton, Eng., Ardmore, A.I.M.E., P. E. Club, Eng. Club. Third Rem: John C. Smith, .A S, Norman, Persh- ing Rifles, -IIS, ' l IIS; William L. Richards, Eng., New York, N. Y., A.I.Ch.E.; Mary W. Baker, A S, Little Rock, Ark.; Winfred T. Jor- dan, Bus., Ardmore, A.M.A. ; James N. Reichard, Eng., Tulsa, S A E, A.S.M.E., Eng. Club; Clarene Radov, A S, Erie, Pa., A.W.S., I.W.A., Hillel, Soc. Wk. Club; Donald D. Shrier, Bus., N ' orman, N.R. O.T.C., Rifle Team; Guy W. Moore, A S, Black- well; Jack N. Ar.mstrong, Bus., Wichita, Kans. Jones Liggett Tinch Brown Roberts KiLLGORE Smith Richards Baker WiMBisH Quattlebaum Mayeran Thurlow Hubbell Carter Frensley Hughes Jordan Reichard R i n - Shrier Winneberger Van Metre Parker Clif-ion MooRF Ar.mstrong JL SEIIOBS Ann llulttt did not jUSt inn tin Kmltuky Derby. Grukdv Holmes Marcos Sl.VIMS Graham Smith Biccs GOVETT Hlmphrev Walms ABOVE Firsl Rok: Richard D. Grlsdv, -V X A, A«tS, Okla. City, A X Z, Iniv. Choir; Joe Holmes, r A, A S, Okla. City, I.F.C.; Angelica Marcos, A S, Vera Cruz, Mex., Las Dos Americos, International Club, Inter-Annerican Club; Bill A. SiMMS, •l Ae, Bus., Okla. City; John ' . Graham, Eng., Ardmore, P. E. Club, Eng. Club. St-rnnJ Ra-zi;: JoHs D. Smith, K 1, Bus., Clinton, Ai;n, T.A.B., Dist. Mil Student, Homecoming Chairman; Robert H. Biccs, -t ' Ae, Eng., Enid, A.S.C.E., Eng. Club; Richard E. Govett, A S, Bartlesville; Jeanne E. Humphrey, Ed., Okla. City, I.W.A., A.W.S., A.C.E.; Robert R. Wal-, . S, Hcibart, League Y. Progressives, E.E.C., O.C.D.E. Pres., International Club. BELOW First Roii,:- Paul A. Andres, Ben, A S, Okla. City, Sooner Magazine, International Relations Club; J. CK Cuthbert, K A, A S, Elk City, UZ; Waynel Cook, A A n, FA, Okla. City; Don W.ard, AT, Eng., Wichita Falls, Tex., P. E. Club, Eng. Club; Lawrence J. A. elrod, 2 AM, A S, Brook- lyn, N. y. ; Mary L. Allen, X S , A S, Okla. City, Y.W.C.A., Pan-Hellenic; Cecil L. Ford, A H, Eng., Indianola, A X 2, A.LCh.E; David L. Mor- gan, + A H, Bus., Tulsa, Pershing Rifles, Reserve Otf. Assoc. ; Walter J. Napierata, Bus., Hartford, Conn., Ace. Club, Intramural Sports. Second Roiv: Denver D. Marcum, Bus., Ada., Football, " O " Club; Nowlin Holcombe, K 2, A S, Muskogee; James C. Frazier, - E, Bus., Hominy, I.F.C. ; Anna J. Story, Bus., Duncan, Ace. Club Sec; Wade H. Walker, A S, Gastonia, N. C, " O " Club; William H. Kamp, K 2, A S, Okla. City; Betty M. Teakell, Bus., Marlovv, A.M. A., Ace. Club, I.W.A. ; Conrad L. Cook, k:s, Eng., Ardmore, Ruf-Neks, Soc. Geo. Eng., Eng. Club, Pick Hammer; Charles O. Thompson, B H II, A S, Okla. Citv. ThirJ Roiv: Charles B. CiAssAUAv, - + K, Eng., Tulsa, Tricon; Rosa.monu R. Licceh, AAA, A S. Okla. City; Gene G. C. tes, Phm., Ft. Smith, Ark., O.r.Ph.A.; L. C. Mitchell, Jr., FA, Baytown. Tex., A A; Irvi ng A. Hill, Eng.. Norman, II K T, Scabbard Blade, Eng. Club, P. E. Club; Richard H. rley, AT! , Eng., Findlay, Ohio, P. E. Club, Eng. Club; RiciHRii Thomas, Hull. Bus., Tulsa; Phyllis J. CJhormlev, A A II. K. , Okla. City, Choral Club, Y.W.C.A., French Club, International Club; Charles H. Johns, K A, Eng., Okla. City, P. E. Club, Eng. Club. Andres CL ' IHBERT Cook Ward A.xelrod Allen Marclm Holcombe Frazier Story Walker Kamp Ga.nnaway Liggett Cates Mitchell Hill Harley Ford Morgan Napier. ta Teakell Cook Thompson Thomas Ghormlev Johns 1 1 T!| P V M.I h Treadwei.l BOVER Cogswell Saulsberrv FiNKELSTEIN Brown BiCCERT ITS f f n . If c f m 0 M vi ' Jones Terrell Basore Garland ' AN Ci.EEF Koch Burke ROBVETT SlLVKKI JlilK Gary ABOVE first Row: Martin S., H A ' P, Bu ., Passaic, N. J., Scabbard Blade, A ' 1 S2, Ace. Club; Jack E. Bover, A E, A S, Newkirk, A A i), Amer. Leg., Yearbook Staff; Shirley J. Saulsberry, A S, Okla. City, Hestia, Oikonomia, Wesley Foundation, Y.W.C.A. ; Lee M. Brown, H A t , A S, Windsor, Can- ada; Fred Jones, Jr., - A E, Bus., Okla. City; Ellen Basore, Ed., Okla. City, Oikonomia; Bob Van Cleef, I T A, Bus., Okla. City; Joseph A. Burke, Eng., Upper Darby, Pa., A.LCh.E., Shamrock Staff, Eng. Club, Newman Club; Robert S. Silverthorn, Acacia, Eng., Washington, D. C, P. E. Club, Eng. Club. SnonJ Row: Ralph S. Treaowell, -PK , Eng., Okla. City, Scabbard i Blade, T B II, ZT, TO, n ET, LF.C, P. E. Club, Eng. Club, (Outstanding Sooner Man — ' 48; Keith Cooswell, T A, Bus, Russellville, Ark.; Richard A. Finkel- STEIN, 2 A M, A S, New York, N. Y., A E A, Scabbard Blade, -l " i:, Ruf-Neks; Anna L. Biccert, A S, El Reno, Oikonomia, Y Cabinet, Inter-Religious Coun- cil, B.W.O.C, Hestia; Jim L. Terrell, ♦FA, Bus., Muskogee, " O " Club; Joe Garland, Bus., Armonk, N. Y., Avn. Club; Jack R. Koch, Phm., Crescent, K , Galen, Drugstore Cowboys, Ruf-Neks, LM.A., O.C.Ph.A., Model Rail Roading Club; RosiE M. Robnett, Ed., Ft. Cobb; BuRVErr J. (xAry, Ed., Wilson. BELOW First Row: Reno L. Harnish, Eng., Lancaster, Pa., A.S.M.E., Eng. Club; Jay R. Blanton, Eng., Cor- pus Christi, Tex., n E T, 2 P E, Ruf-Neks, P. E. Club; Mary L. Gohmert, A S, Altus; James L. Sullivan, FA, Okla. City; Charles B. Van Al- Stine, Eng., Clinton, A.S.C.E., Eng. Club, O.S.P.E. ; Alex R. Hafer, Jr., t K , A S, Okla. City; Betty L. Johnson, A S, Okmulgee, B.S.U., Y.W.C.A.; Barton W. Ratliff, 2 X, Eng., Drew, Miss., P. E. Club, Eng. Club; Peter M. Cooper, I- A h. Bus., Okla. Citv. Second Row: Tom E. Beard, Phm., Chickasha ; John E. Heaney, A S, Memphis, Tenn., Oklahoma Daily Staff, Covered II ' agon Staff; Dan Sander, Eng., Colon, Canada, P. E. Club, Eng. Club; Bettye J. Collins, FA, Tulsa, Orchestra ; Paul S. Rogers, Eng., Philadelphia, Pa., T B n, A.S.M.E., S.A.E., Camera Club; Anne L. Hyde, AAA, A S, Durant, Ducks Club; Bob Taylor, Eng., Norman, HTi:, KTn, Scabbard Blade, A.S.M.E., B.S.U.; Richard R. Morgan, + K , Bus., Seminole, S.A.M.; Charles R. Reynolds, - X, Bus., Okla. City. Third Row: Harry H. Revelle, A S, Ardmore ; Lucille Phelps, A , A S, Okla. City, Hestia; Herbert C. Adams, Jr., KZ, Bus., Okla. City; Bernard G. Ille, KA, Bus., Okla. City; Arthur R. Kearney, K A, Bus., Okla. City; Lawrence B. Keel, Jr., Eng., Okla. City, n E T, p. E. Club; Robert W. Blakeburn, A S, Okla. City, i: II 2 ; Emily Pollock, X 12, FA, Tulsa, FAX; Guy Ew- ton, Jr., +Ae, Eng., Shawnee, II Ti), Z T, TO, T B n, " O " Club. Harnish Blanton Gohmert Sullivan Van Alstine Hafer Beard Heaney Sander Collins Rogers Hyde Revelle Phelps Adams Ille Kearney Keel Johnson R.atliff Taylor Morgan Blakeburn Pollock Cooper Reynolds EwroN :7t HilBlS ' If timt ain ' t stealiti then I don ' t inoii ' — . " Beta Dan Overton is ready for some Southern Fried Chicken. HOCGE ROSINSKV Carris McFerron Jarrkit Hexrv MhKRl I I Hardin FaRcjI IIARSOS Kkrsey ABOVE First Roiu: Wii.i.iAM R. HiicirE, A X A, Eng., Amarillo, Tex., A.S.C ' .E., Eng. Club, Nc«man Club; Paul N. Carris, K A, Bus., McAlester; Ank Jarrett, II B , AiS, Tulsa, Mortar Board, TAX; EldoN " J. Merritt, Bus., Martha, Ace. Club Pres., Deans Student Adv. Comm. ; Robfr i J. Farol ' HARSOv, KA, Bus., Hugo. Sicund Ro ' u-: Roi.Axn S. Rosinskv, II A -I-, Bus., Atoka, Economics Club, Ruf-Neks, Hillel Foundation; Clarence J. McFerriin, II K A, Bus., Okla. City; Murray Henry, i:X, A S, Okla. City; Billy W. Hardin, Bus., Cordell, Pe-et, H i:, B T :;, A + S2, .Amer. Leg.; Robert E. Bkrney, K A, Bus., Okla. Citv. BELOW First Roiv: (Jeorge E. Kunkel, Eng., Tampico, Mexico, II KT, Eng. Club, P. E. Club, International Club, Newman Club; Richard C. Beveridce, K A, A S, Tulsa; Russell O. Campbell, Eng., Hardtner, Kan., P. E. Club, Eng. Club; Robert C. Boden- HAMER, A S, Waurika, " O " Club, B.S.U. ; Raymond S. Knox, Eng., Temple, Eng. Club, Tricon, Student Masonic Group; Bernard P. Woodard, A S, Baxter Springs, Kan., Pick Hammer; Patte Abbott, AAA, A S Durant; Bovd V. Freeman, : A E, Bus., Enid, Scabbard Blade; Harry J. Brown, K i:, Eng., Chickasha, A.S.M.E., Eng. Club. SironJ Row: Edwin H. Pence, E, Eng., Okla. City, A.S.C.E., Eng. Club; Wallace C. Craig, - A E, Bus., Shawnee, A.M.A. ; Nova L. Smith, H H, Bus., Wister; Jerri W. B. teman, 6 a, A S, Nor- man; Claudeen H. Young, Ed., Sapulpa, - T A, KAn, F.T.A.; Burl F. Wilson, A S, Lawton, Hist. Club, Ruf-Neks; Hardy S. Solomo.n, HA , Bus., Ardmore; Auldon F. Button, A S, Norman; Charles E. Franklin, Eng., Okla. City, Eng. Club, A.I.Ch.E. Third Roii-: Robert W. Keiner, .A S, Norman, KTII, Soc. Wk. Club, B.S.I ' .; Leland A. Tenney, A S, Heavener, A A 2; Frances M. Hines, FA, Okla. City, M ! E, n Z K, A.W.S., Ex. Council; CJarner V. Allen, A S, McAlester, A A 2, I.M.A. treasurer; William F. Rodgers, Bus., Shawnee, A.M.A. ; David A. Kimbell, K A, A S, Wichita Falls, Tex.; Robert L. Strange, Phm., Ringwood, HX vice-pres., Galen, O.t.Ph-.A. ; Artie Sii.bert, Bus., New York, N. Y. ; James M. Frensley, -X, A S, Duncan, A E A, Co-Director Homecoming Va- riety Show, U.A.B., Yearbook Staff, Y.M.C.A., L.Y. D., Sooner Poll Chair., Union Dance Chair., Lounge Dance Chair. KUXKEL Pence Ketner Beveridge Craig Tenney Campbell Smith Hines Bodenhamer Knox Bateman Young Allen Rodgers Woodard Wilson Kimbei I Abbott Solomon SlRANGE Freeman Mutton Sii.bert ft ft O ft, i £ mim ' .a II Brown Franklin Frensley ■ft r, o rj ?i ? " » LocKHARi Pipes McQluid Morse Harris Blakkenship Kennv L ncii Simons Nix Smith Harian ' an Dvke Rearoos Freed DUGUID CiRAVES Heeter ABOVE First Rou - Rov Lockhart, 4 ' r , Bus., Madill; John H. Pipes, Ed., Lawtnn, Amer. Leg.; A. Edward McQuoid, Eng., San Diego, Calif., H K N, A.I.E.E. ; Robert H. Morse, Eng., East Rochester, N. Y., n E T, p. E. Club; Charles E. Simons, + -i e, Bus., Enid; Virginia A. Smith, K K T, A S, Tulsa, Union Bldg. Comm.; Gene Van Dvke, Eng., Clarendon Hills, HI., i) 1 ' E, Geo. Eng. Soc, Pick Hammer; Kenneth R. Freed, Eng., Wichita, Kan., Soc. Geo. Eng.; Verdon R. Graves, Phm., Alva, A J2, t A X. SfionJ Row: Hari.ev H. Harris, ATA, Bus., Okmulgee; George T. Bi.anken- ship, :sN, A S, Okla. City; R. J. Kennv, Eng., Rochester, N. Y., A.I.Ch.E.; Patricia A. Lynch, A S, Okla. City; Doug E. Nix, A T [2, Bus., Duncan; John Harlan, Ben, Eng., Bartlesville, P. E. Club, Eng. Club; William E. Rear- don, B e n, Bus., Tulsa; Donald M. Ducuid, - X, Eng., Wichita, Kan., A.L E.E., Eng. Club; William H. Heeter, i: N, A S, Shawnee. BELOW First Roiv: Robert E. Downev, Bus., Okla. City Clyde S. Koch, Bus., Clinton, Amer. Mkt. Assn. Donald E. Godfrey, Eng., Cozad, Nebr., A.S.C.E. Donald E. Davhuff, A S, Hennessey, Pick Ham- mer; John W. Cooke, Jr., A S, Shawnee, Pick Hammer; Malcolm E. Collier, A S, Mangum; Hazel B. Golson, Ed., Norman ; Joseph E. Brown, Jr., Bus., Hensley, Ark. ; Rex R. Boone, A S, Sen- tinel, B.S.r. SfionJ Ro w: Floyd L. Martin, Jr., Eng., Okla. City, Geo. Eng. Soc. ; William O. Ellifrit, Phm., Ponca City, A X, O.U.Ph.A.; Glenn D. Fei.ty, Phm., Ponca City, " I " A X President, Student Senate Secretary, O.S.E.P. Vice-President, O.U.Ph.A., O. U. Masons, Y.M.C.A. ; Ralph B. Hammond, Eng., Weleetka ; Dorothy P. Cooke, A S, Clinton, K r E, Spanish Club; Harold Duffey, Eng., Baton Rouge, La. ; Stanford L. Downs, Eng., Atoka, II E T, p. E. Club; Lewis L. Burton, Eng., Temple, A.S.M.E., S.A.E. ; WiLBURN E. Burch, Phm., Stuggart, Ark., K+, Galen, O.U.Ph.A. TliirJ Row: Edward E. Rfdpatii, Bus., Muskogee; John P. Pritchard, Jr., A S, N ' orman, A ' !• Si, A X Z ; David L. Porter, Phm., Union, S. C, + H i:, O.U.Ph.A.; George W. Pickett, Eng., Russell, Kan., P. E. Club; Archie L. Patrick, Jr., Bus., Pampa, Tex., A.M.A.; William J. Krepps, A S, Shawnee, Pick Hammer; Robert B. Hurt, A S, Okla. City, K A M, Okla. Daily Staff; Shirley A. Enders, r B, A S, Okla. City, D. P. Committee, Hestia; Kenneth W. Bull, Eng., I.awton, A.I. M.E., P. E. Club, Eng. Club. Downey Koch Godfrey Davhuff Cooke Collier CJOLSON Brown Boone Martin Ellifrit Felty Hammond Cooke Duffey Downs Burton Burch Redpath Pritchard Porter Pickett Patrick Krepps Hurt Enders Bull 3. SSillBS What ' s the ticket? Something at the Sig Ep house party seems to have upset Donna Grimm ADPi, and Lester Burnett. Sig Ep. (For further developments see next page). Woods Price S VART Platt Merritt LaGess ABOVE Intseres ' Mllcahv RiEDRICII Cook First Ro ' u.-: Maurice G. Woods, - X, Bus., Okla. City, Air Knockers Club; Colleen Swart, Phm., Okla. City, A K 2, O.l ' .Ph.A., Drugstore Cowboys; Jack H. Merrht, Bus., Martha, Soc. Adv. Mgt. ; Ad ' AN Un- seren, Eng., Bursa, Turkey; Otto C. Rieu- RiCH, Eng., Okla. City, A.S.C.E. Sfioiut Rov:: Ellvs R. Price, Bus., Okla. City, Ace. Club; Rov E. Pi.ATT, Bus., Moore, A + £2, Econ. Club, Scabbard Blade; Thomas F. LaGess, A S, Newkirk, •t H2; George J. Mii.cahv, A S, . e " - hurgh, N. v., Newman Club, Y.M.C.A., English Club, Hist. Club, I..M.A., French Club; James J. Cook, t K r, Eng., Okla. City, A.S.C.E., Eng. Club. BELOW First Roir: Wallace L. Bevers, Bus., Henryetta, MA, -I ' M A Quartet, Univ. Men ' s Glee Club, Lniv. Men ' s Quartet, A.M.A. ; Emerson F. Craig- head, Phm., Durant, O.U.Ph.A. ; Raymond H. Fox, Eng., Altus, A.S.C.E., Eng. Club; Walter W. Mor- ris, ATU, A S, Shawnee, " O " Club, Basketball, Baseball; Patricia Jones, FA, Chicago, III., Sequoy- ah Club; Jack H. Green, Eng., Okla. City, i: F E, Soc. (;eo. Eng; Richard F. Shaw, i: X, A S, Okla. City; John T. Wal ' gh, -X, Bus., Norman; Rich- ard S. Redmond, A S, El Paso, Tex., Who ' s Who in Amer. Col. Cniv. 1944-45, Soc. Wk. Club, I.M.A. Athletic Board. Second Row: Clyde W. Ingle, 2 X, Bus., Okla. City; Joseph L. Fusco, FA, Jamesburg, N. J.; Ed- win P. Warren, Jr., 2 A E, A S, Fletcher; Gus Hendrix, ATli, Bus., Waxahachie, Tex., " O " Club; James R. Bigham, Bus., Edmond ; Don H. Bute- meyer. Bus., Lawton; Ralph T. Co, , AT. A S, Wilson, Pick Hammer; Donald N. Frye, - A E, Bus,, Altus, A K , Econ. Club; (ioROON E. Lea.mav, •» ' K -, A S, Okla. Cltv, A 1 !i, R.O.T.C. Third Row: Arthur B. Imel, - X, Eng., Cushing, Tricon; Owen H. CJ. ssert, A S, Bartlesville, Pick Hammer; Lloyd A. Lynd, Jr., B H II, Eng., Bar- tlesville, i:T, Soc. Adv. Mgm.. Eng. Club, P. E. Club; James K. Levorsen, AT, Eng., Atherton, Calif., Trico n; Theodora D. Randall, Ed., Phil- lips, Tex.; William M. Beard, A E, Bus., Okla. City; Billy C. Hoi.derness, - + E, Eng.. Carlsbad, N. Mex. ; Bill D. Hickman, A S, Seminole, Hist. Club, Pre-Law Club; John L. Johnson, Eng., Tulsa. A.I.E.E., Eng. Club. Bevers Craighead Fox Ingle Fusco Warren Imei, (Jassert Lynd Morris Hendrix Levorsen Jones Bigham Randall Green Butemeyer Beard Shaw Cox Hoi.derness Wauch Frye Hickman Redmond Leaman Johnson ' ! C J , Alletac Glazer Nicks IlAlI, Ottenstein Simmons Stockberger GOODE Shackelford Elder ABOVE First Roii..- Rov C. Alletag, Bus., Ada, Ace. Club; Morris Glazer, IIA , A S, Tulsa, AEP, A A 2, Hillel Pres., Inter-Re- ligious Council Pres., KUVY News Dir., Y.M.C.A. ; Robert B. Nicks, Bus., Fair- land, Ace. Club; Thomas D. Hall, 2: E, Bus., Albuquerque, N. Mex. ; Robert P. Ottenstein, B K +, A S, Kansas City, Mo., Pick Hammer, Newman Club. Second Roic: John W. Simmons, A S, Okla. City, Pick Hammer; William R. Stockberger, Phm., Okmulgee, O.U.Ph.A. ; Calvin G. Goode, K ! ' , Bus., Mangum, .M A, U.A.B. ; Marshall Shackelford, Jr., A S, Demopolis, Ala.; John B. Elder, i; A E, A S, Tulsa. !1. nilOIIS -hut tin I.F,(J. rush muuual sai l fr ilcrnity initiations iiere BELOW First Row: James C. Muskrat, Bus., Mineville, Mo., Ace. Club; Donald L. Hamilton, K A P, FA, Tulsa, International Club, Glee Club, Y.M.C.A., Japan Soc. ; Pali. H. Akers, A S, Okla. City; Charles V., Eng., Okla. City, n T ;:, A.S. M.E.; Marian Neeley, AAA, A S, Ft. Worth, Tex.; William G. Bennett, K A, Bus., Okla. City, Amer. Leg.; Fav H. Troutt, K A, Bus., Bartles- ville; Robert B. Cronin, AX, A S, Blackwell, Pick Hammer; Bob Warrick, AT!!, A S, Enid. Second Row: Carl H. Askew, Jr., Phm., Hugo, O.U.Ph.A.; Bill Frv, KZ, Eng., Ada; William E. Heath, Jr., Acacia, FA, Holdenville, M A, K K , Band, Univ. Symphony Orchestra; Edward F. Bricgs, Bus., Granite, A.M. A., Amer. Leg.; Eddie Miller, A S, Okla. City, Okla. Daily Staff, Covered If agon Staff; George E. Revard, ATA, A S, Paw- huska; Li.oVD C. O ' Dell, Bus., Little Rock, Ark., Aec. Club, Amer. Leg., L.Y.D. ; Bill P. Jacobs, i: A E, Bus., Norman, Scabbard Blade, Mkt. Club, " O " Club; James T. Strincfield, A S, Chickasha, H 2, 2 r E, Pick Hammer. Third Row: Roy H. Almond, A S, Broken Bow; IzZET Bii.Gic, Eng., Balikesir, Turkey, A.I.V..F..; Donald C. Harder, Jr., A X A, Eng., Okla. City, L.K.O.T., HKN, 2T, A.I.E.E., Eng. Club, N.R.O. T.C. ; Robert G. Trimble, Bus., Bristow; Donei.da J. Butler, FA, Norman, Women ' s Choral Club, B.S.I ' .; Charles L. Boccs, Eng., Sentinel, Student Masonic Group, A.S.C.E. ; Richard M. Beavers, Bus., Okla. City, Scabbard Blade; l. M W. Barbee, Jr., A S, Prague, Pick Hammer; Lowell W. Abbott, Eng., White Pigeon, Mich., II T -, A.S. M.E., Eng. Club. Muskrat Hamilton Akers BiZAL Neelev Bennett Trol ' tt Cronin Warrick Askew- Fry Heath Bricgs Miller Revard O ' Dell Jacobs Stringfiei.d Almond BlI.GIC Harder Trimble Bl ' tler Bogcs Beavers Barbee . ' bboit IINIOiS Chi Omegas and rushets on Rickner ' s balcony manayttl to completely ignore all those males on the first floor. Third Rotv: Albert J. IjRdWN, K Ji I ' , Uus., LaGrange, III.; Desms V. Mil- ler, Bus., Joplin, Ml).; Billv R., Bus., Durant; Jo. s- Scott, K K I ' , A S, Ardmore; Jons W. Nichols, Eng., Cushing; L. wrence R. Selkirk, Eng., Calgary, Canada; Robert N. B. r.ves, A S, Okla. City; Suz. ssE CA.MPnEi.L, AT, A S, Lawrenceville, 111.; Vii .li. m A. Richev, Hhm.. Blaii- rhard; Donald J. Mazasec, Eng., Portland, Tenn. Fourth Rot -: Ra mom) L. Dlkkev, Bus., Bartlesville; Mar I.. Williams, -i r, F.- , Woodward; Harold G. Smith, Bus.. Duncan; Bob Davidson. AiS, Healdton; Bobbv K. Pli.liam, A S, Ada; James E. Clshing, Eng., Wayne, Mich.; Harold W. Morton, Eng., Zelhvood, Fla. ; James R. Moore, A S, ' right City; Ira A. Comstock, Bus., Fayettcville, Ark.; Robert M. Allvs, Eng,, Mount Ayr, Iowa. First o t•.• M. Louise McKini.ev, A S, Purccll; Jack O. McGinnis, Eng., Wheeling, W. Va. ; John C. Hill, A S, Renfrow; Norman D. Weicand, Bus., Cherokee; Gale McCord, Bus., Bradley; Donald A. Taylor, FA, Cherokee; Richard D. Teubner, ATA, Bus., Burlingame, Calif.; James C. Jezek, Phm., Prague; Marjorie Edrington, AX!!, Bus., Duncan; Pall T. Williams, Eng., Helena, Ark. Fifth Roit:: Herbert C. Wooi.ston, A i; ' I ' , Phm., Hot Springs, .Ark.; James P. CosTiLOE, A S, Tishomingo; Henry O. Sha.neyfelt, .A S, Blytheville, Ark.; William T. Scoiteld, Eng., Lake Charles, La.; Marjorie J. Kroitil, AT, A S, Yukon; Dale O. Turner, Bus., Okla. City; Jo .Ann Busey, A XV., A S, Holdenville; BiLi. L. Johnston, Bus., Joplin, Io.; Ralph L. Wa.mpler, Bus., Norman; Howard M. Perdue, Eng., Camden, Ark. Second Ronv: Thomas C. Moore, K A P, Eng., Houston, Tex. ; Jack W. Snodcrass, a X a, A S, Okla. City; Charles E. Horn, Eng., Holdenville; Joseph P. Young, Eng., Refugio, Tex. ; George E. Neal, Eng., Chickasha ; Arlene Cohen, -AT, FA, Ft. Smith, Ark.; Jack E. Wallace, Bus., Duncan; John W. Kongable, Eng., Hominy; Otis H. Hitchcock, Eng., Odessa, Tex,; Floyd E. Heinzig, Eng., Shawnee. Sixth Row: Morgan V. Hunter, K A, .A S, Elk City; Bobby J. Summy, Eng., Okla. City; Betty Strother, K A h, .A S, Weatherford ; Kenneth R. Fry, Bus., Okla. City; William H. Elliott, Jr., Eng., Cement; James P. Richards, Eng., Cache; Frank H. Cooper, Phm., Miami; Charles R. Perry, Eng., Odessa, Tex.; Jack O. Duggav, Eng., Norman; Phyllis A. Phii.p, A r, A S, Tulsa. Page 148 First Row: Robert R. Hillery, A S, Enid; Hob Hudgens, A 2 ■! ' , Eng., Ada; Richard K. Ikvine, Eng., Calgary, Canada; Wii.i.iAM P. Katigan, Bus., Hartshorne; William M. Jol- i.HV, Eng., Rush Springs; Marian ' s ' McElhin- HiNNEV, A All, A S, Duncan; James R. Ar- nold, A S, Hayes, Kan. S onJ R(i ' u. - Harvev D. Elkolri, A S, Ana- dark-.; Jerrv L. Guernsey, A An, A S, Man- gum; Sidney E. Kraker, Bus., Drumright; Otis G. Kiel, Eng., Nocona, Te. . ; Hibert L. Kil- CREASE, Jr., Bus., Fletcher; Don B. Kelso, Ed., Norman; John K. Bunch, Eng., Houston, Tex. Third Ronu: Stewart V. Gill, Bus., Yukon : Robert A. Hayes, Eng., Erie, Pa.; Sammy K. McLean, Bus., El Dorado, Kan.; ' erl J. Metz, Bus., Okla. City; H arvey H. Intemann, Bus., Okla. Citv; Mickey Merrill, Phm., Durant; Frances V. Hurst, A A II, A S, Banner. Fotirlh Riiiu: Charles R. Casey, Bus., Clarinda, Ir) va ; Eddie P. CJooD, Eng., Robert Lee, Tex. ; James W. B, . ter, Phm., Clovis, N. M.; Anita M. Eischeid, ax 12, A S, Chickasha; Herbert W. OoTS, A S, Joliet, HI.; Louis Nuermberger, A S, Verdon; Horace B. Hunter, Bus., Okla. Citv. Fiflh Ro-ii;: Allen C. Huckleberry, Jr., + K i;, Eng., Lawton; Don E. Walraven, A S, Okla. City; A. Neil Brown, Eng., Calgary, Canada; Ja.vies L. Cannon, A S, Enid; Joan Vineyard, Ed., Okla. Citv; Jimmy H. Liddell, A S, He- aldton; Lvnn D. Hall, Eng., Elk City. Sixth Row: William J. Carter, A X A, Bus.. Norman; Lloyd H. Cornett, A S, Depew ; Joan R. CJlander, AT, FA, Norman; Jesse B. Doss, Eng., Healdton; Edward Brown, A S, Cisco, Tex.; Philip J. Feisal, Bus., Cardwell, Mo.; Harold D. Earnest, Eng., Ft. Cobb. Se-Vfiilli Row: S.ara L. Skinner, A A II, A S, Okla. City; Joseph C. Gordon, Jr., Eng., Dal- las, Tex. ; Charles W. York, Bus., Lakewood, Ohio; Raymond J. Davidson, Eng., Chickasha; Marvin C. Emerson, A S, Cromwell; Lvle E. George, Phm., Sand Creek; Wilbur E. Dole, Eng., Augusta, Kan. Eighth Row: James K. Brinson, Bus., Clovis, N. M.; William F. Bryant, Phm., Lavaca, Ark.; Luther D. Brown, A S, Seminole; Ba- sil L. Bond, Bus., Miami; Jess M. Adams, A S. Tulsa; Rita M. Bryant, A S, Norman; Ru- dolph CiORiSHEK, Eng., El Dorado, Ark. iMiith Row: Herman D. Hager, Acacia, Bus., Hardtner, Kan.; Robert B. Branson, A S, Bur- den, Kan.; Carson R. Rackley, A S, Sherman, N. Y. ; Beitve F. Sizemore, A , A S, Okla. City; DUANE L. Archer, Eng., Bartlesville; David N. Grimes, Eng., Lawton; William A. GoFFE, Bus., Sulphur. Tenth Row: Tracy Riley, Acacia, A S, Bea- ver; Nancy J. Carpenter, X S2, A S, Musko- gee; Paul S. Shillings, Acacia, Phm., Harri- son, Ark. ; Robert G. Wills, Jr., Eng., Houston, Tex.; Robert L. Shaw, i K 2, Eng., Mountain View; Richard A. Silver, A S, Mustang; Linn H. C;ever, Jr., FA, Norman. El,-v,nlh Row: Wayne M. Clecern, A X, A S, Okla. City; CJerald W. McCui.lough, A S, Bartlesville; Alvie S. Carter, Eng., Carter; James L. Banta, A S, Chillicothe, Mo.; Bii.lie D. Ozment, A t , FA, Pond Creek; G. Robinson, K A P, A S, Tvler, Tex.; Walter E. . tkinson, a T, A S, Okla. Citv. Twelfth Row: Robert M. Estes, A S, Bronx, N. v.; RuTHiE E. Andrews, K A B, A S, Okla. City; RoYCE G. Cook, Phm., Tulsa; Allen L. Schwartzman, Bus., Brooklyn, N. Y. ; Jack F. CoLEY, Eng., Ft. Smith, Ark. ; Donald L. Fi. - ELLE, i:AM, A S, Forrest Hills, N. Y. ; Robert T. Bai.boni, Eng., Elmwood, Conn. i-A Page 149 The f(if)ih(ill hfjys lurjk Louisiana Slati jur a liaiiiitu in Sn Orlcnns and thin the street vendors in (hiha took the football boys for one. jiiioes Third Roil: Tom I). WmiK, Bu ., Cherokee; W ' Ai tkr S. Hammfrt, Bus., Anndarkd; Mariassk F.ddi.eman, K K 1 ' , A S, Norman; Jniiv Mei.nvk, Eng., Big alle.v, Canada; (ji.ORiA E. Datis, XI!, Bus., (iuthrie; CJeorge D. Fercvson ' , Jr., Eng., Bliss, N. V.; Raul J. Guinea, Bus., Lima, Peru; Ja.mes V. B. ci.EV, Jr., Eng., Okla. City; Mary R. Wii.i.ikord, Ed., Okla. City; (jEnRCE (). Pai ..VIER, Eng., Tishomingo. Fourth Rriii:: Jmis R. CJRAV, Phm., Charleston, V. Va. ; Harriet A. Baker, FA, Okla. Cit ; Will iam M. Chappei i., FA, Hcaldton; LoiiSE Powell, AX !, A S, El Reno; En OECoRnov.i, Bus., Culfport, .Miss.; Willum L. Guthrie, Phm., Henryetta; Aw L. Chapman, FA, . ft. Pleasant, Mich.; Davm) E. PRArFR, Phm., Tulsa; John C. Durie, H h II Bus., Ardmore; Car- ole ' . KlI.LAM, A ■ , FA, .Muskogee. First Rom:: Jot B. Evans, Eng., Saline, La.; Barbara L. Brvant, Ed., Nor- man; Donald L. Flock, Eng., Calgary, Canada; Dean Sanger, A X !2, Bus., Chirkasha ; John M. Ci.inkscales, Eng., Tulsa; Lorene M. Carter, Ed., Lawton; Marcus R. Freiberger, Ed., Greenville, Tex.; Rovetta Robinson, Bus., Okla. Citv; Aluon D. Bell, AiS, Perrvton, Tex.; Benny R. Post, Phm., El Dorado, Ark. Fifth Roil-: NL Carcjl N Flow, A X £!, Ed., Norman; Donald CJ. Hill, Eng., Seminole; .Merrilee Myers, A F Ji, FA, Yukon; Lanny .M. Hare, Phm., Ft. Worth, Tex.; William A. Ca.mpbell, Phm., Dustin; Doris B. Fitzwater, FA, Watonga; James W. Dunn, Eng., Lawton; Joe L. Gravitt, II K A, Bus., McAlester; Suzanne Schall, X i!, A S, Ponca Citv; Bob Scranton, A S, Okla. Citv. Srnind Row: Phyllis M. Bynum, A A n, FA, Okla. City; Robert F. Gil- MOUR, Eng., Lacombe, Canada; Rov (}. Nikkel, Bus., Weatherford ; Harriett L. Dunn, FA, Wyandotte; Edward Mileff, A S, Detroit, Mich.; Jack S. c;ladney. Bus., Norman; Pattt E. Weintz, A 4 , A S, Tulsa; Edmond J. CJardner, A S, ' alliant; Rene Najera, Eng., Cochabamba, Bolivia; Glenn C. Grimes, Eng., Tuttle. .S ' (.v j Rmi: Wii liam D. Boyd, Eng., Odessa, Tex.; Eleanor A. (jReen, AXi. ' , Ed., Okla. City; Dean P. McMoRRis, Eng., Kewanee, HI.; L. M. Hunter, Eng., Little Rock, Ark.; Mary J. Nelson, Ed., Lawton; Leonard A. Dorsev, A S, Ada; Leon N. Galoob, n A 4 ' , Eng., Healdton; Bettie H. Casteel, A fa, FA, Woodward; Joe S. Warzyn, Hi, Bus., .Medford; Fran- ces Heinz, Phm., Chilocco. Page 150 First Rn w: Robert C. Andersok, K A, Bus., Okla. Citv; Joe W. McBride, A T 0, A S, Ana- clarkn; JoAK M. Brittain, - - -i, A S, Okla. Citv; Joe B. Harrison ' , A T n, Bus., Okla. Citv ; Mary 1.. Carman, - A -i, Bus., Bartlcsville; Rodert G. Turner, AT 12, Bus., Okla. City; Jack W. Moore, K , Eng., Tulsa. Second Row: Haroi.d F. Bassett, A 2: 1 ' , A S, Weleetka; Joan Forck, A S, Norman; Ji.m R. I ', a i: +, Bus., Norman; Wii.i.iAM H. Hintze, at £2, Eng., Bartlcsville; Robert E. BUSCH, Ai: , Eng., Park Ridge, 111.; LviSA Melendez, A S, Vera Cruz, Mexico; Joe C. lloLiK, Ai; , A S, Fairview. Third Roit ' Janice H. Neal, -i A -i, A S, Enid; Wayne E. Lash, Eng., Okla. City; Wil- liam M. Cason, FA, McAlester; Elm A L. Arm- strong, rC, Kerrville, Tex.; James G. Bil- LiNGSi.EV, Jr., Acacia, A S, Norman; Elbert F. Davis, Acacia, Eng., Coffevville, Kan.; Patricia I. Martin, A r, A S, Muskogee. Fourth Row: J. Harvey Roper, K Z, Bus., Okla. Citv; Betty R. Collins, A r i, FA, Wich- ita Falls, Tex.; Ben F. Pearson, K 2, Bus., Enid; Thomas C. Gibson, Eng., Okla. City; Bob G. Ammann, •-» H, Eng., Okla. Citv; Doro- thy J. Dean, A S, Holdenville. Fifth Row: James D. Kirby, A S, Grady, N. Mex. ; Larry A. Hines, Eng., Ft. Worth, Tex.; Arden L. Norris, -■t ' K, A S, Crescent; Becky D. Jefferies, Ar.i, A S, Tulsa; Don E. Rat- LiFF, Eng., Chickasha; Lillian M. Carini, A S, Okmulgee ; Robert L. Brelsford, Bus., Okla. City; NIanuel T. Gadea, Eng., Lima, Peru. Sixth Row: Samuel H. Loeffler, - A JI, Bus., Bristnw; Marilyn J. Long, A X Q, A S, Hn- hart; GEORGE H. Etz, n K A, Eng., Lubbock, Tex.; Ralph L. Eowards, A S, Okla. City; George D. Hann, II K A, Eng., Ardmore; Nancy A. Nichols, A A .i, FA, Okla. City; William B. Rogers, 2 X, A S, Ros%vell, N. Mex. Seventh Row: M. Kellene Johnson, A Z A, Bus., Ponca City; Charles H. McDuff, Jr., Eng., Evansvillei Ind.; William R. Rains, Jr., Bus., Sweetwater, Tex.; Neil Peckham, A S, Taloga; William D. Baker, t K2:, A S, Semi- nole; Howard F. Robbins, Bus., Norman; Peggy J. Mollis, A r A, A S, Hollis. Eighth Row: William L. Savage, A S, Okla. Citv; Paul M. Mansur, FA, Wewoka ; Peggy Dozier, KKF, fa, Okla. City; George R. Stewart, Eng., Calgary, Canada ; Dolores Lyeri.a, a r A, A S, Tulsa ; Kenneth L. Myers, Bus., Norman ; Joe W. Shaw, Bus., Elk City. Ninth Row: Earl R. Stubbs, Bus., Ardmore ; Beverly ' M. Jordan, A X Q, A S, Louisiana, Mo.; Howard Soontay, Jr., A S, Apache; James E. White, A i; , A S, Beggs; Bob F. Oden, fa, Pampa, Tex.; Betty L. Geno, A S, Norman ; Claude W. McDonald, A S, Holden- ville. Tenth Row: Harry R. Suey ' , Eng., Calgary, Canada; Ray Taylor, Bus., Norman; Dorothy J. Savage, A X ;, A S, Hartshorne ; Morton Y. LoAR, Eng., Mt. X ' ernon, 111.; Ruth A. Ashley, A S, Tulsa; Morris E. Sanders, Eng., Lawton ; Charles F. Schmitz, Jr., Eng., Glenside, Pa. Eleventh Row: Harold D. Sikes, Eng., .AUccne, Ark.; Shirley P. Hill, AAA, A S. Norman; George B. Lewis, Eng., Shamrock, Tex.; Edvmn I. Thompson, F. ' , Bartlcsville; Eduard L. T.4TE, Eng., Hickory, Va. ; Fannie Chow, A S, El Paso, Tex.; Stanley J. Szafranski, A S, Wcsttield, Mass. Twelfth Row: Doris J. Steffee, A F A, Bus., Okla. City; Clayton R. Shirley, Phm., Hugo- ton, Kan. ; Earl Geoffrey, A S, Borger, Tex. ; Julius C. Spei.ce, Jr., A S, Durant; Thomas V. ToLLESON, A S, Tulsa; Erd M. Johnson, - X, Eng., Cleveland ; Rosetta Bell, A S, Big Cabin. ' PT Page 151 JIIIOSS - .( V- V a Hint IS jj ihc Beer Boul yaiiie these KA ' s reeeive ajte the yeiiiie eongratulations jrrjiii euiniiniif dollies. ThirJ R ' l-iv: Shiri.rv A. Kvi.E, -i -i -i, AiS, Enid; Allie J. Majors, Eng., Okla. ( " itv; Marvis A. Josephsox, A S, New York, N.Y.; Bld F. Gari.avd, A X A, Bus., Okla. City; Edgar S. We.wer, Eng., Schenectady, N. Y. ; WiL- i.iA.M R. TuvKORi), Eng., Bartlesville; Bobby J. Halt,, Ed.. Stilwell; Cecii. M. Sfiaw, Ed., Okla. Citv ; Clarence L. Aibrev, AT, Bus., Lawton; Marcia WoriDRliF, AAA, Hus!, Blarkwell. Foiiiih Roii:: Pali. R. WmrE, K A, Eng., Okla. Citv; Wayne S. Crawford, KA, Eng., Shrevepnrt, I.a. ; Oad L. Be. ty, AT, A S, Okla. Citv; William M. Walton, Jr., A S, Dallas, Tex.; Thad M. Keenas, ::: X, .A S, Tulsa; Marion M. Cawle ' s, Eng., Cisco, Tex.; William H. AriKBLRY, + A O, A S, Amarillo, Tex.; Joan R. Roberts, 11 B ■!•, FA. Pawnee; William E. Port- man, + AH, Eng., Okla. Citv; V. Wendell Docklm, AT, Bus., Okla. Citv. First Roil.- T. Jack Foster, 1 " A e. Bus., Norman; Ralph A. Dickinson, AT, Bus., Okla. Citv; Gene T. Dare, AT, Bus., Duncan; E. Cole, AT, Eng., Tulsa; F. Wilson Hood, AT, A S, Tyler, Tex.; LeRov Williamson, Eng., Madison, Kan.; Richard W. Poole, Bus., Okla. Citv; Justine A. McDonald, 11 H ■!■, A S, Chickasha; James W. Boone, Jr., Hull, .A S, Atoka; Jerome S.mitm, AT, Bus., Banner. Fiftli Ro-TJ. - Fred E. Stlart, Phm., Batesville, -Ark.; Takeo Ito, Eng., Hilo. Hawaii; James H. Kerr, B h II, Bus., Tulsa; Poi.iv L. Fo.v, A A 11, Phm., Norman; Walter S. Plant, -X, A S, Norman; Samiel H. .Arbise, -AM, . ' V S, New York, N. Y. ; Yvonne Souter, 11 B t , AiS, Magnolia, Ark.; (Jene Harrii.l, BHII, Eng., Okla. Citv; Henry R. Jones. 1 A h, A S, Norman; Harold R. Hofener, A X A, Eng., ' Tavlorvillc, 111. Second Roiv: John L. Johnson, ATA, A S, West Lafayette, Iiul.; Henry Washenfei.der, Bus., Casper, Wyo. ; J. A., ATA, Bus., McAlester; Leonard Pitkowsky, Eng., Brooklyn, N. Y. ; William C. Majors, Bus.. Okla. ( ity; Sara J. Savage, AT, A S, Perry; Toshinori Kikl gawa, Eng., Wahi- awa, Hawaii; John A. Mills, FA, Blairsville, Pa.; . ' ntiiony Sharp, A S. Wannett; Charles B. Scherle. AT, Eng., Denton, Tex. .S ' ;.v ; Roii;: Ed mn C. Sheeler. Jr.. Phm.. Hot Springs. . rk. ; Josephine Taylor, n B I ' , Ed., Nowata; Bob D. Stamps, 2; t E, Bus.. Tishomingo; Steve G. Bolyard, i: X, Bus., Okla. Citv; James W. Rowe. - X, A S, Cristo- bal, Canal Zone; Harrison L. H. ys, 2 ' I ' E, Bus., Bartlesville; St. Clair F. Luzzi. K A P. Eng., Tvler. Tex.; Robert R. Scrocgins. K A P, Eng.. Paw- huska; Jessie H. Westphal. A S, Tulsa; Jim Haichkr. A X A, Eng., Okla. Citv. Page 152 First Row: Phiiip J. Lunsford, K fi II, Eng., Cleveland; J. Hawiev Wii.SON, Jr., li A E, Bus., Okla. Citv; Sam K. McCai.l, :S A E, Bus., Nor- man; Peggv Porter, K K F, A S, Miami; John P. Mui.VEHii.i,, H K , Bus., Okla. City; Donald C. Locke, i: ■!■ K, A S, Gainesville, Tex.; .- ivce L. Lawrence, r B, Ed., Woodward. Siifind Roit;: Shirley J. Maxfield, T ■! ' B, Bus., Bartlcsville; Harrv J. Owens, Bus., Coffeyville, Kan.; John L. Baker, 11 K A, Eng., Okla. City; George J. Ross, Eng., Stihvell ; Jerrv W. Matii- env, Acacia, Bus., Wewoka ; Beth Ann Pound, KAH, AiS, . ' rdmnre; Don E. Fowler, i N, Bus., Okla. City. Third Roit;: Harvev Caren, Bus., Livingston Manor, N. Y. ; William M. Anderson, Eng., Jackson, Miss.; L. Harris, Bus., Nor- man; James L. Young, Bus., Okla. City; La- Dana Smith, UC, Purcell; Art E. Pemburton, 4 K2;, Bus., Okla. Citv; Sheldon S. Ornstein, n A , A S, Rorkaway Beach, N. Y. Foiirlh Ro ' w: Bii.i.v G. Dowler, AX, A S, Tonkawa; Marv A. Hicks, A S, Midwest City; Charles L. Winters, Eng., Tecumseh ; Elmer- INE CoFFE-i-, A S, Norman; William B. Little, Ki:, Bus., Okla. Citv; Leonard M. Cohen, IIA , A S, Altus; Ei.wooD R. McDaniel, AX, Eng., Columbus, Miss. Fifth Roil.- Robert G. Wolverton, Bus., Ard- more; Thomas J. Gordon, AX, A S, Duncan; Kav Daughertv, a , A S, Okla. City; Otto A. Cantrell, Eng., Okla. City; James D. Matlock, Ki;, Eng., Pampa, Tex.; Bob S. Hooper, J -, Eng., Plainview, Tex.; Betty J. Hale, FA, Okla. City. Sixth Row: Salvatore L. Canonico, Bus., Tena- fly, N. J.; Jeanne Broaddus, AAA, Ed., Okla. Citv; Paul R. Gunter, Phm., Dewey; Edward E. " Waller, AT, A S, Chicago, III.; Leonard B. England, AX, Bus., McAlester; Janet C. Morris, A S, Norman ; Richard E. Newman, A X, A S, Pueblo, Colo. Seventh Row: Harrv XL Owen, A S, Norman; Edward W. ' orlop, Bus., Dallas, Tex.; Martha A. Hendon, K K r, Ed., . ' rdmore; Lawrence I. WiCKENS, Eng., Lethhridge, Canada; Joseph C. Wilson, Eng., Helena, Ark; Mary Warner, K A H, FA, Okla. Citv ; Charles R. Pelton, A X, A S, Miami Beach, Fla. Eighth Row: Valeska E. Buchholtz, A , F. ' , Okla. City; Ai. Taylor, t F A, Bus., Ponca City; Robert L. Gelman, n A P, A S, Wichita, Kan. ; M. Louise Vestal, FA, Seminole; Duane L. Milton, UK A, A S, Norman; James N. New- myer, a X, Eng., Bellevue, Pa. ; Joe R. Legue- NEC, K Z, Bus., Tyler, Tex. Mnlh Row: CooPER D. Ray, A S, Martha; Steve Snider, - A E, A S, Mangum; .Ann Mathis, a h, A S, Fairfax; Melvin R. Mills, Eng., Erick; Jack W. Shirley, AX, A S, Okla. Citv; Barbara Whitehlrst, n B f, A S, Ponca City; Frank H. Rapp, K i:, Bus., Enid. Tenth Row: Margaret .M. White, ATA, . S Yukon; James M. Wo rrell, Eng., Shattuck; Arnold H. Ism. ch, A S, Hollvwood, Calif.; Mary L. Skavlen, A r A, A S, Bartlesville; Robert E. Wood, A S, San Antonio, Tex.; Everett E. Scott, Ed., Binger; Stanley N. Grayson, Eng., Frederick. Eleventh Row: Bob G. Fenley, A X, A S, Tip- ton ; Helen Hoehn, II B " l ' , A S, Enid; William H. Ward, Eng., Codell, Kan.; Robert H. Meade, A S, Washington, D. C. ; John Spaapen, Eng., Bindcloss, Canada ; Sarah A. Shaw, A S, Ma- dill; Sheldon D. Einhorn, i: A M, A S, Purdvs, N. Y. Twelfth Row: Peyton M. Williams, Bus., San- ford, Fla.; Neal G. Turner, Eng., Cushing; Lou Logan, II B , A S, Okmulgee; J.. CK D. Turi.ev, Eng., Custer Citv; Bettie L. Cox, KAH, A S, Okla. City; Dean Moore, A S, Okla. Citv; Howard V. Haynes, Eng., San Diego, Calif. Pege 153 imm This pirtii tlirit out of thri rush — t hilt ' s all! TlinJ Ro- : Wii i.iam L. Mvers, Eng., Will.nv; Robert A. Baii.kv, FA, Te- (■um ch; Tknei, J. Tavar, Eng., Healdton; Virginia L. Anderson-, FA, Okla. (■it : Thomas S. Irbv, i: A E, A S, Shawnee; William G. Creel, i: X, Bus., Bartlesville; Marv E. Brown, FA, Peckham; William A. Lawrence, - X, AiS, Okla. ( ' it ; Jkrrv IIamman. - ' ' K, Eng., Chicka ha; Pat W. Dvdlev, - ' ! K, .AiS. Norman . Fourth Ro i - Pat Kimbfrlin, i: A E, AiS, Okla. City; Carol Gibson, Ed., Pauls aliev; Ralph L. Haas, i: A . I, Eng., Cincinnati, Ohio; Fi.ovD C. Keeton, - ' l ' E, Bus., Bartlesville; Robert W. Barbour, - X, Bus., Okla. City; Lindsay E. Alexander, i: A E, A S, Guymon ; Misak J. Ekizia.n, h H AiS, Waukcgan, 111.; Graham R. Robb, S Z, Eng., Butler, Pa.; Bill Stephenson, : ' I ' E, Bus., Headrick; Edith H. Long, A S, Roanoke, Va. First Roiu; Harold E. Gaspar, H M ' , A S, Okla. City; Lionel D. Berson, riA ' t " , A S, New York, N. Y. ; M. Elaine Howell, Phm., Shreveport, La.; William E. Balm, A i: ' , A S, Okla. City; Philip L. Zuvanich, Eng., Ponca City; RosAL N Rockev, FA, Germantown, Ohio; Earl B. Anderson, A S, Fcirrest, Miss.; Clyde O. CJreen, Eng., Addingtnn; Charles A. CJlenther, Eng., Memphis, Tenn.; Edward L. Linderman, Eng., Wichita Falls, Tex. Fifth Ro ' u.-: Graham W. Aker, A S, Huntsville, Tex.; John L. Martin, Bus., Okla. City; Johanna Mochow, A S, Bartlesville; CIraham B. John- son, :S A E, Bus., Norman; Samuel P. Spivev, Hi, A S, Ardmore; Nita C. Anderson, FA, Okla. City; Charles E. S.mith, Jr., h z, Bus., Henryetta; Thomas CJ. Smith, A E, A S, Purcell; Leigh N. Ortenburcer, - A E, A S, Norman ; Bill S. Burris, h , Eng., Idabcl. SironJ Roiv: Jo Ann Carlson, FA, Shidler; Archie R. Kautz, AX, Bus., Guymon; Nathan S. Jarnican, Eng., Okla. City; Myron W. Bregman. Eng., New York, N. Y. ; William E. Funsch, Eng., Englewood, N. J. ; CJERAI.D P. Ernst, Eng., Ardmore; Fred F. Edwards, Eng., Norman; Helen A. Kiser, .A S, Pampa, Tex.; James R. Marshall, - + E, A S, Wynnewood; James R. Watkins, Bus., Lawton. Sixlli Row: X ' iRGiNiA E. Clifton, FA, Claremnre; Don L. Moody, — A E, Bus., Shawnee; Ralph R. Adkisson, - A E, A S, Tulsa; Lei.and S. Vance, Jr., :SAE, Bus., Okla. City; Carl J. Hanley, e K ■! , Bus., Okla. City; Rich- ard He.atly, - A E, Bus., Mangum; Floyd W. Pirtle, Eng., Sunset, Tex.; Townley Culbertson, n K A, A S, Okla. Citv; Betty Stockton, Ed., Okla. City; Donald E. Clark, K i), Bus., Okla. City. t " Ol ?), C) , D £ t First Row: Sammv J. LaRue, FA, Clinton; NiTA S. Deavenport, r B, FA, Duncan; John Tyi-er, " bA0, A S, Shawnee; Shirley A. By- ERS, r I ' B, A S, Cleveland ; Jack F. Angel, Ed,, Purcell; Stephen " H. Linulei ' , Jr., Eng., Odessa, Tex.; Kay Demke, F ' f ' B, A S, El Reno. Si-foml Rois: Louis W. Schlaepeer, H K A, Bus., Okla. City; Glora G. Cornelison, I " -M , Bus., Norman; James L. Layton, Eng., Ard- more. Pa.; Johk R. Frank, Eng., Wichita Falls, Tex.; Daniel H. Linker, Jr., Eng., Concord, N. C. ; Mary A. Ellis, A S, ' inita; Robert L. Lawson, Phm., Friona, Tex. Third Rou-: GoROOX G. Neal, ' - ' i, Bus., San Francisco, Calif.; Sam D. Carnahan, ATA, Eng., Kilgore, Tex,; Susanne Abbott, F + B, FA, Ponca City ; Bill D, Sa.xon, n K A, Bus,, Norman; Nancy A, Foster, A AH, Bus,, Tali- hina; Donald H, Cole, A S, Ardmore; Walter A, Bork, Eng,, Buffal.]. Fourth Roiv: Shirley R, Evans, -AT, F.A, Corsicana, Tex,; Calvin Steinberger, K Z, Eng., Houston, Tex.; John W, Johnson, t A 9, A S, Shawnee; Gerald K, Hornunc, A T n, A S, Okla, City; Bob L,, A S, Tipton; Clifford B, Dobson, A T S , Eng,, Holden, I ' tah; Jo Ann Gist, FA, Hennessey. Fifth Rft-xf.- Taisto Sisko, Bus., New York, N. V. ; XLargaret L. Teel, Ed., Law ton ; Earl G. Haynes, Ed., Spokane, Wash.; Gail D. Parsons, Phm., Alva; William M. Booth, AT, Bus., Okla. City; Sammy B. Sloneker, X n, FA, Bartlesville; Victor E, Paulos, A i; ' t , Eng,, San Antonio, Tex, Sixth Rov. - Richard L. Tolleson, H K A, Eng., McAlester; Bill A. Hendri.x, Eng., Okla. Citv ; Doris A. Schobert, F + B, A S, Ft. Worth, Tex.; Wayne C. White, A S, Vinita ; Joanne BiLLiNGSLEY, K A 8, A S, Ft. Worth, Tex.; William H. Schlemeyer, A S, Okla. C ity; Willis F, Stone, Eng,, Sapulpa, Seventh Rntv: J, Ray McLaughlin, A F A, FA, Midland, Tex, ; Forney D. Yercler, 2 , Bus,, Okla, City ; Lawrence J, Webb, Bus,, Norman ; David J, Worrell, Eng,, Pryor; Tom E, Work- man, KA, Eng,, Okla, City; Rodger E, Burson, KA, Eng,, Okla, Citv; Jo . nne Deardorf, AAA, A S, Okla, City, Eighth Row: Ernie M, Hills, Bus,, Medford ; P.iTRiciA A, MosiER, X f , A S, Duncan ; Glen E, Brace, A S, Bristow; Donald E, Akard, AX A, Bus,, Enid; Fred N, Ozment, A S, Pur- cell; Bobbie R, Hayes, FA, Lawton; Donald W. Totton, i- H, Phm,, Medford. Ninth Row: Matt L. Rosenbaum, A S, Chi- cago, 111.; Opal O, Dillow, A A n. Bus,, Okla. City; Beity R. Stine, A S, Clinton; Willis R. Yarbrouch, t K , Bus., Seminole; Colleen M. RoSER, Ed., Carmi, III.; Gregory Clement, ATA, Bus., Wetumka; Harry H. Phillips, K A, Bus., Chickasha. Tenth Row: William Shirley, B 9 n, Bus., Enid; Suzanne Harbauch, K A 9, Ed., Perrv- ton, Tex. ; William C. Myers. B 9 n, Bus., Clinton; William S. Grimm, F A, A S. Ard- more; Bennett D, Wagner, — A M, Eng,, Brook- lyn, N. Y,; Patricia L, Wolff, K K F, A S, Okla, Citv; Bob Leonard, AX, Bus., Kenosha, Wise. Eleventh Row: Emmett J. Rogers, Jr.. + A h, Bus., Okla. City; David E. Fields, B O n, Eng.. Tulsa; Marjorie Pratt, K A H, FA. Shawnee; Ted S. Webb, 4 A h, a S, Ft. Worth, Tex.; Mary J. Stahl, K K F, A S, Tulsa ; Robert D. Hill, ' t-FA, Eng., Norman; James Meek. B 9 II, Eng., Tulsa. Twelfth Raw: Patricia L. Schumacher, F ' h B. FA. Ponca City; Jack H. Shirley, Ed., Altus; Clarence H. Burgess. Phm., Siloam Springs. Ark,; Phil G, Henley, Bus., Tulsa; James F. Snyder, B 6 II, Bus., Okl a. City; Robert S. Hughes, A 9, Bus., Bartlesville; Marjorie M. Larson. KKF, FA, La Junta. Colo. WSBT n Q . - o miM i mmw n. .1 -r; ' - ' Page 155 J Y ijii iiKiy not pick up n pen the rest of the year, hut tit i nrrjll- iiitnl you jvrite yourself blue. Alpha Chis here are uritiny over and over. Carol Conrad - Ruth Sayrc. First Rozv: D . is J. Duw, Bus., Randlett; Pat Briscoe, -i T, FA, Norman; Garth W. Black, A S, Okla. City; Harry J. Griffin, Eng., Iowa Park, Tex.; RooNRV K. Loiverv, F .i, A S, Blackwell; Betty J. Stegall, A A , A S, Ada; Monroe F. Ci.aroy, Acacia, Phm., Blanchard; Paul W. Norris, Bus., Okla. City; TiiEO Hvnter, A S, Ponca City; Everett R. Hays, Acacia, Phm., Blackweil. iiNions Thii-J Ro-c -: Carolyn Cole, A S, Tulsa; Joe R. Perkins, Eiik., Vicksburg, .Miss.; Billy E. Granger, Bus., Wewoka ; Bernard E. Gventher, A S, Ctil- linsville; Eddie Meyer, i! ' t K, Eng., Muskogee; Lester .M. Doicmtv. . X . , Bus., Talihina; IsAiAS EiDEL.MAN, Eng., Lima, Peru; Pmi. A. Martin, - X, Phm.. Norman; |ames K. Watson, AT, Eng., .Ada; Paii.a M. .M. thers, A S, Hereford, Tex. Fuiirlh Roiv: Forrest D. Windham, Phm., El Oorado, .Ark.; Oeiores Toy- KBo, . ' S, Carnegie; Don Atkins, 4 F A, Bus., . rdmore; Evereit R. eech, . S, Okla. Citv; Edwin G. Brigance, + K ' , F.-X, . rdmore; (Jeorge L. Roller, H K A, A S, Walters; Ma.x E. McDaniel, ' I ' K ' , Bus., Norman; Herman J. Smith, •)■ K i:, Phm., Seminole; Delores M. Hatcher, A S, Roanoke, ' a. ; Wheeler O. Simmons, -•! £, Bus., Norman. Fifth Roiv: Hn.i.y J. Alley, + K i:, Bus., Tulsa; Menard C. Stookey, Eng., Wichita Falls, Tex.; Ei.VA J. Wallace, Bus., Acsher; Don F. Hadwiger, A S, Alva; E. Gr.aves, ATA, Bus., El Dorado. Ark.; Otto D. P. YT0N, eK+, A S, Elk City; H.arry R. . L hood, . ' V S, Washington, D. C. ; Mary A. DeBord, A S, El Paso, Tex. ; Vernon L. Koi.b, Eng., Storm Lake, Iowa; W. F. Hudson, AX, A S, Duncan. SfconJ Row: Robert M. Matsushita, Eng., Honolulu, Hawaii; Robert A. Fitzgerald, A T " .. , Bus., Anadarko; Nita S. Hassan, A S, Paris, Tex.; Ed- xvARD L. Chase, Eng., Okla. City; Ernest M. Barneit, Eng., Griffin, Ind. ; Louis C. Au alt. Bus., El Paso, Tex. ; Jack W. Sallaska, Acacia, A S, Fair- view ; LoTTYE Payne, Ed., Hollis; Ralph G. Moore, Acacia, Bus., Vinita; Jack A. McKaig, Eng., Crescent. i: sixth Row: Jane Hopper, FA, Purcell; Chauncey G. Hall, A S, El Reno; tioRDAN J. Merck, Eng., North Bergan, N. J.; DoY . Whitlock, Acacia, Eng., Riverton, Wyo. ; Don E. Bittman, AT!?, Bus., Norman; Elinor V. Miller, A S, Ardmore; William C. Armstrong, Jr., A X A, Bus., Okla. City; John B. Vanderpool, A X A, Eng., Ft. Worth, Tex.; Charles J. ZoF- NESS, - A M, Bus., Bartlesville ; Joye D. Clabaugh, K A H, Bus., Mangum. Page 156 First Row: Elmer C. Nelson, H K A, Bus., Duncan ; Kathryn M. Copple, - r, FA, Tulsa ; Edward E. Noble, - K, A S, Ardmore; Mvrl S. Kirk, A S, Enid; Joseph D. Butts, A S, Vicksburg, Miss.; Ruth Black, FA, Cvril; WiLLL .M n. Harris, Eng., Marietta. Second Ruu-: Charlotte Bale, A ' h, A S, Okla. City; FiNAS M., + K Z, A S, Eiectra, Tex.; Robert L. Boothe, ' f ' K , FA, Wewoka; A. L. DoUTHiTT, A S, Miami; Jack B. Turlev, Ki:, A S, Okla. Citv: IeRov F. Stewart, Acacia, A S, Wichita Falls, Tex.; C. Dean Rogers, A X Si, A S, . ' Alexandria. ' a. Third Row: Paul Coooivs, + K , A S, Hugo; James H. Miller, ' K 2l, Eng., Wichita, Kan.; Beth Slankard, A X fi, FA, Elk Citv; Edward J. HiNMAV, .Acacia, A S, Nnrman; Juanita L. Fletcher, FA, Atoka; Fred R. Horton, Eng., Hugntoii, Kan.; Van H. Laffertv, A X A, Bus., Okla. Citv. Fourth Row: Margaret E. Wilkins, A X H, A S, Okla. Citv; Phillip G. Von Tungeln, K ' , Eng., El Reno; Hardy L. Spiegi.e, K I ' , Bus., Seminole; Bern A D. Knobler, Ed., Brown- wood, Tex.; James E. Welden, Eng., Allen; Thomas N. Lynn, ]r., ATP., A S, Okla. Citv; Norma J. Ray, A X fJ, FA, Grove. Fifth Row: Pwight E. Dyer, FA, Okla. Citv; DoRTHEA F. Morris, ATA, A S, Okarche; Bob T. Buell, :SAE, Bus., Edmond; Donald Man- ning, A S, Bartlesville; Lawrence H. Kauf- man, A S, Brooklvn, N. Y. ; Dama L. Trueti, A , A S, Poteau; ' Rov A. Worrell, A S, Pen- sacola. Sixth Row: Roy ' . Bynum, A X A, Bus., Indi- anola; Eddie Ambrister, - A E, Bus., Norman; Sara Brown, X n, A S, Chickasha ; Kenneth E. Masters, A X A, A S, Virginia, III. : Pat Luster, A r, A S, Norman ; M ' ili.iam E. Grisso, nKA, A S, Okla. Citv; Morris T. Myers, K Z, A S, Okla. City. Sci ' i-nlli Row: Barbara J. Elliott, A X Q, FA, Okla. City; Jim B. Snodgrass, Acacia, FA, Sem- inole; Joe Jefferson, Acacia, Eng., Okla. City; Donald C. Douglas, AT, Bus., El Reno; Don- ald C. Welch, K 2, A S, Ponca Citv ; Sam- uel C. Jack. 1- K r, A S, Duncan; P. T C. Harstos, a X v., A S, Okla. Citv. Eightli Row: Phillip J. McGee, Bus., Wetum- ka ; Patricia A. Lawson, AHA, A S, Marietta: Thomas E. Hilmer, AT, Eng., Tulsa; Bill E. Hall, KIi:, A S, Duncan; Milton L. Bofhm, •(•KZ, Bu s., Watonga; Betty Phitltps. T ! ' B Ed., Lawton; Keith L. Schroeder, AT, Bus, El Reno. Ninth Row: Carl E. Matthews, Eng., Potwin, Kan.; Sam Freeman, A0, A S, Enid; June R. McCai.l, fa, Davton, Ohio; Ernest J. Old- shield, Ed., Ninnekah ; Mary J. Koes, A F, FA, Mountain View; John R. Cobb, K A, Eng., Nor- man; Jim Si.ade, AX, Eng., Okla. City. Tenth Row: Chariene G. Elliott, n B ' !•, A S, Okla. Citv; P. TRICK F. Rogers, Eng., Okla. City; Jesse E. Wyrick, Eng., Okla. Citv; Bii.lie J. Hefley, Phm., Portales, N. Mex. ; Paul L. Rouchton, Bus., Okla. City; William W. Lid- dell, Eng., Okla. Citv ; Barbara A. Bradford, r-J-B, A S, McAlester. Eleventh Row: Wayne Reed, F.A, Frederick; Bob G. Whiteley, Eng., Marlow; Dorothy P. Trostle, A S, Tecumseh; Darrell G. Seal, A S, Okla. Citv; Patricia F. McClintock, . Xf , A S, Enid; Bii.lie R. F. rris, Eng., Co- manche; Daniel Wait, Eng., Forrest City, Ark. Twelfth Row: Sam Simon, AT 9., Bus., Clinton; Jeanne R. Harrison, F B, FA, Miami; Joe E. RiGcs, Ai: t , FA, Okla. Citv; Frank G. An- derson, AT, Bus., Okla. Citv; Floyd F. Miller, K3, A S, Skiatook; Pauline E. gleton, K K r, A S, Tulsa ; Jerie J. Ball. rd, A A 11, A S, Newton, Kan. Page 157 ' ;; Cam Jim Tcnrll u,n h, ,. . ' - ; ihinl and ;Ji:ii h, tiiikts up ill till hiisiiinnt. ,(l( c John l)i,di. Duk Kiln Di k D ' uil and Lou Crrjiinds may In- ir,iry. JlilOiS Third Ror -.- G. L. Scott, « a, A S. Firebaugh, Calif.; Rita M. Dorax, AiS, Tulsa ; Bii.i.v D. Moore, e 5, A S, Lone Wolf; Joiiv R. Spitsen, h K I , Bus., Fliira! Park, N. V.; Edwin " A. Troiti, + T .i, A S, Bartlcsvillc; Charley . sN . Ikacmam, A S, Okla. City; William H. Dvsart, + T A, Bus., Tulsa; Tom R. Coleman, ' PTA, Eng., Norman; John C. Loucks, •!• F A, Bus., Okla. Clt ; Charles F. Raymond, n KA, Bus., Wichita, Kan. Fuiirlh Rijii.- James G. Colduell, h K , A S, Sand Springs; Andrew C. Whvte, Eng., Norwalk, Conn.; Ma.xine N. Pritschow, FA, Okla. City; Nor- man B. Musselman, ' I a H, A S, Shawnee; William P. Stacy, h I ' A, Bus., San Antonio, Tex.; Rich, rd M. Va.n Cleef, F A, Bus., Okla. City; Joe HoRKEY, AH, A S, Tulsa; Caroline D. W. lker, A S, Okla. City; John R. Spencer, A S, Okla. City; Lewis L. McCall, - N, Bus., Norman. First Row: William E. Hood, Jr., - X, A S, Erie; Thomas E. Green, 1 K 2, Eng., San Antonio, Tex.; Charlotte L. Lollar, FA, Wayne; Howard E. Stover, - N, Bus., Tulsa; Ross A. Brewer, Jr., :i N ' , Eng., Okla. City; Paul H. MiNDEMAN, ATA, Bus., Cleveland; Mary B. McCaughey, A S, Lindsay; Richard W. Mayo, 4 ' K ! ' , A S, Sallisaw; Robert Simmons, - , Bus., Okla. City; Richard P. Buck, ! K I ' , Bus., Okla. City. Fifth Rfj i..- Jay C. Sanders, I ' TA, Bus., Okla. City; Edward A. Fancher, Ki:, Bus., Geary; John Rogers, F A, Ed., Okla. City; Claudia Franklin, Bus., Maramec; Glenn Moreland, Eng., Aransas Pass, Tex.; Benny Ring, HA , A S, Duncan; Geraldine White, A A n, A S, Okla. City; James J. Hunter, : ! E, A S, Checota ; Warren H. Johnston, - -I- K, Bus., Clare- more; Donald Pollock, H A ! ' , Bus., Okla. City. Second Roiu: Carroll T. Deal, A X A, A S, Chickasha ; Charles F. Moss, Eng., Frederick; Hugh E. Harris, Jr., - E, Ed., Stroud; Betty Edmondson, A S, San Antonio, Tex.; Leif H. Olsen, A S, New York, N. Y. ; Bob G. ViLi.iNES, ' - i, A S, Shawnee; C. H. Mullendore, - N, Bus., Miami; Roger L. HicKOK, 1 ' Ki:, A S, Okla. Citv; Alyce R. Crocker, Ed., Tulia, Tex.; Jim T. Dennis, - X, Bus., Okla. City. Sixth Row: Wayne N. Wh.atley, ATA, A S, Wichita Falls, Tex.; Mary J. Liegerot, A S, Tonkawa; George L. Stidham, F A, Bus., Checota; Camille Despot, n K A, A S, Shreveport, La.; Ray G. Atherton, H K A, Bus., Ta- koma Park, Md. ; Dan M. Austin, Phm., Wellington, Tex.; Wilbur S. Light, - + E, Eng., Okla. Citv; Charles W. Sockler, i: ' E, phm., Garber; Frances L.u-, A FA, A S, Britton; Fred D. Whiting, i: ' I K, Bus., Okla. City. O O ' f o f - " r Page 158 SriariJ Raw: Maribeth Ford, I " ' {■ B, Bus., Nor- man; William F. Haws, Bus., Cordcll; Bar- bara J. Heffner, Xn, A S, Garber; Earle H. Stepp, Eiig., Hedrick; Delora M. Atha, T ' I ' B, FA, Maude; Joiis " R. Thompson-, Eng., Plain- view, Tex.; Shirley A. Reim, A X S;, FA, Black- well. ThirJ Roiv: Theadore P. Read, A S, W ' apa- luicka ; Gave Y. Sanford, A S, Okla. City; Harvev Click, 3 A M, Eng., New York, N. Y. ; Geneva Bai.i.inger, FA, Okla. City; Jack Now- LIN, Eng., Pine Bluff, Ark.; Frieda Grinert, FA, Okla. Citv; Bvron H. LeFevre, ' I- K i:. Bus., Bartlesville. Fnurlli Roiv: Jeneanne Johnston, A S, Law- tun; Eugene L. Fisher, Acacia, FA, Norman; Melva J. Richardson, X S2, Ed., Okla. City; Joel M. Garrett, Eng., Cherokee; Patricia D. Vahlberg, at, A S, Okla. City; Fred J. Wet- zel, K i), Eng., Tulsa; Marv A. Stevens, Bus., Sentinel. Fifth Roiu: James E. Williams, Eng., Evan ville, Ind.; Helen McKow.n, KAe, Ed., Okln Citv; Charles Hoffman, A T f!, Eng., Ft. Worth, Tex.; Beverly J. Harper, A F, FA, Okla. City; Otha V. Coke, A X A, Eng., Har- rison, Ark.; Lai ' ra G. Holcomb, FA, Buffalo; Arlen R. Thompson, K r. Bus., Okla. City. Sixth Rnu ' : Margaret R. Jones, F t B, A S, Okla. City; J. Frank Wright, Eng., Durant; Patricia A. Phillips, AAA, A S, Bartlesville; Richard C. Vogtsberger, Eng., Wichita Falls, Tex.; Theresa A. O ' Neill, A S, Enid; Rov A. Bauer, Eng., Norman; Mary A. Roberts, A +, A S, Stillwater. Si-vetilh Roiv: John W. Sullivan, Bus., Okla. City; M. Jene he Wari.ick, A S, Voltaire, N. Dak.; James F. Barnes, Phm., Shawnee; Mary Caporal, Bus., Okla. Citv; Robert J. Glenden- ING, Bus., Okla. City; Pamela E. Denner, A F, Ed., Selling; Thomas F. (Jrav, Eng., Odessa, Tex. Eighth Row: Shirley J. Weinmann, X f!, A S, St. Louis, Mo. ; De.xter H. Brown, Eng., Nor- man ; Marilyn Walter, X O, A S, Webster Groves, Mo.; Fred L. Evans, A S, Lawton; Joyce Carey, X O, A S, Okla. City; Robert L. Carder, Eng., Norman; Jo Ann Crawford, X fi, A S, Okla. Citv. Kinlh Row: John L. Lehew, K i;, A S, CJuth- rie; Georganna Mitchell, r ' t B, A S, Musko- gee; William F. Brown, K Z, Eng., Chickasha ; Barbara Molz, K A fi, A S, Chickasha ; Robert H. Baker, Bus., Okla. City; Jean Smith, K A O, A S, Enid; John R. Redman, ( F A, Eng., Okla. Citv. Ti-ntit Row: MiTZi Taylor, FA, Okla. City; Benjamin McCafferty, AT, Bus., Washington, N. Car.; Daisy L. Dunn, K K r, A S, Tulsa; CoRBiN W. Shouse, Eng., Picher; Sue Neal, KKF, FA, Ponca Citv; Ale.x P. Aven, A S. Okla. Citv; Francvs M. Cameron, A F, A S. Okla. Citv. Eli ' -vi-nth Row: William E. Bateman, Eng., Sapulpa; E. Janice Head, Ed., Miami; Harrv A. Moore, Eng., Blackwell; Louise Mason, K K r, A S, Vernon, Tex. ; Paul E. Moore, Bus., Okla. Citv; Nelimcae Smith, A S, Okla. City; Richard C. Baker, B h II, Eng., Dallas, Tex. Twelfth Row: Janice M. Guild, A F, Ed., Okla. Citv; Thomas J. Guthrie, K A, Phm., Wakita ; joiCE Lockard, F " l- B, A S, Okla. City ; Fred M. Svvaim, -X, Eng., Okmulgee; Judith A. Burtschi, KKF, A S, Chickasha ; Carl C. Young, Bus., Hugo; Elizabeth K. Warren, K K F, Ed., Tulsa. Page 159 Southern gentleman. Paul Hedlund. complete tilth mustache, dances ivith that bell of the plantation, Beth Kirkpatrick. JINIORS Sitoml Roii:: Istam A. MoLSSA, Eng., Cairn. Egvpt; Jor C., A T ;:, Eng., Houston, Tex.; Sue Castos, - - X AScS, Okla. Citv ; Robert D. As- [ ERSON-, ATA Eng., Tulsa; Ralph D., K A, Bus., Okla. City; A. JEAK West, A S, Asher; A. Stanley Bailev, Acacia, A S, Holdenville; Harrell R. Bailev, A :; , FA, Amarillo, Tex.; Murphy E. Hawkins. Eng., Camden, Ark. ; Ann Tillma, X 12, Ed., Okla. City. Fourth Roii-.- Austin A. Gentry ' , 8 Z, A S, Durant; Jacouelvn Boulogne, X;;, A S, Muskogee; Richard R. E ans, Eng., Norman; Mary L. Blount, AX " , A S, Okla. City; D. vid D. Paulus, i: + E, A S, Okla. City; R. Joanne Harrington, FA, Okla. City; Mary N. Williams, F.A, Walters; John A. Disch, Eng., Neosho, Mo.; George H. Liveris, AiS, Stamford, Conn.; Barbara J. Ei mborg, FA, El Dorado, Kan. First Rnu: John A. Trigg, i) A E, A S, Okla. City; R. Str.avhorn, Eng., Watiinga ; Delphinr M. Davis, VC, Moore; Robert L. Lord, A S, El Reno; Charles R. CJoins, Eng., Norman; Jeanneite CiAi.L, FA, Okla. City; Edward E. Tomlins, Jr., ' t ' K Z, Bus., Tulsa; Ralph B. Solomon, 2: A -M, Eng., . ' liilene, Tex.; Martha A. Lauderdale, A S, Tulsa; Norma B. Russo, Bus., New York, N. V. Fifth Roiv: Thomas W. Jolly, - P V., . S, Carnegie; George O. Mej- LAENDER, II K A, A S, Staten Island, N. Y. ; Robert C. Thomas, ATA, Eng., Pawnee; Jo I. Painter, X ! , .■ S, St. Louis, .Mo.; Robert T. Rennie, AT, . ' i S, Pauls Valley; Charles A. Loy, Acacia, . ' S, Frankford, Ind. ; John A. Chisholm, i: a K, . S, Wewoka; William L. Dabney, II K A, Eng., Tulsa; Edward R. Aotani, Eng., Honolulu, Hawaii; Curtis 1). Edgerton, K h 11 . ' S, Sapulpa. i ' ' i vili Page 160 jyiois Firsl Roii;: Hall D. Hishuxg, ' 1 ' K i;, Eng., Owciislioro, K . ; Thirstos A. Bl,AKEi.v, Ki:, Bus., Dallas, Tex.; Gloria S. Alexander ' X S2, Bus., Dun- can; ToNiA M. Davis, UK A, Eng., Shreveport, La.; Alan L. Schreiber. i:AM, A S, Okla. Citv; Brvna B. K.atz, Bus., Ada; Ted L. Owens, A T 12, A S, Hollis; Don Loftis, A T 12, A S, Semin.ile; Piivims N. Hurst, AiS, Enid; Loren V. Baker, B H n, A S, Elk Citv. Si ' toiicl Row: Anne C. Oakes, A , A S, Norman; Dale Gri ' bb, ATA, A S. Henryetta; Douglas C. Lvnn, A T S2, Bus., Waxahachic, Tex.; Dolores A. Shellev, fa, Tonkawa; Joe Hancock, A T S2, A S, Hobart; Kenneth L. BicciNS, Acacia, Phm., Okmulgee; Marv E. Meek, A S, Marietta; Charles H. C.ATLiN, Bus., Ponca Citv; Carolyn Jones, A X ' .2, A S, Okla. Citv; Joe G. Wolfe, ATA, Bus., Okla. Citv. liy uolf Mike B(U(i is ot iiu into spun instciiil of sidiiiays at the Sig Ep house pnrty is too iiiiK li for ine. Third Roiu: C. D. Blanks, ATA, A S, McAlester; Barbara M. McElrov, A r -i. Bus., Sand Springs; L.awrence S. McAlister, B (-1 II, Eng., Muskogee; James C. Frazier, Jr., i; A E, Bus., Ponca City; Dolores B. Davis, A X n, FA, Borger, Tex.; James E. Work, - X, A S, Okla. City; Edward L. Frame, A S, Tulsa; John P. Cooper, A S, Shawnee; Marv J. Crawford, ATA, Bus., .Ada; Clarence E. Duffner, + T A, Eng., Okla. Citv. Fourth Row: Marv O. Douglass, K A h. Bus., Okla. Citv; Fred Percival. •frKSk, Bus., Okla. City; Shirley A. St. rk, Bus., Bartles ' ville; Barney M. Vachal, Eng., Wichita, Kan.; Nick P. Fikaris, Eng., Okla. Citv; Connie WiLLiNGHAM, A S, Seminole; LeRoy Long, - A E, A S, Okla. Citv; Iowana Price, A S, Clavton, N. Mex. ; Boone Hazlette, A T S2, Bus. " , Duncan; Ch. rles E. Rhyne, ATA, Bus., Ft. Smith, Ark. Fifth Row: Dorothy Davis, A A II, Ed., Norman; Howard Eiser, II K A, Eng., Shreveport, La.; Bill Hudson, A h. Bus., Coalgate; Georgia L. Baird, A S, Okla. City; Bob G. Whitley, H K A, FA, Okla. City; Mary J. Brown, FA, Hartshorne; Leo R. Chisholm, - A E, A S, Wewoka; Thomas f. Reynolds, - H, Eng., Ada; James D. Stillwell, B h ii, A S, Pawnee; Harold Mathias, B h H, Bus., Okla. Cit . Page 161 The hldfk bomber, Carol Ann Hoivell, gets liisl iiiiniite instruc- tions from Ruth Ann Clark. Reason for attire — Tri Delt Halloue ' en party. First Roiu: Ann Hasty, K A ft, A S, Tulsa; Edward Harris, A S, Mays- villt; Tfrkscr I. Bacgett, FA, Clinton; Maurice A. Bercer, K A P, Ais, Wewdka; William E. Beckman, r A, Eng., Muskiigee; Betty A. TON, A l , Ed., Clinton; Bill, C. Stewart, UC, Fairview; Joe D. Yolng, A S, Okla. City; Clement B. Lepak, Eng., Okla. City; Stanley A. Klla- MK, Eng., Cuero, Tex. soruiyiiES TInr.t Rou-: Lester H. Dacls, A S, Okla. Citv; Pat A. McCricht, A r S, Bus., Tulsa; Frank A. Reilly, AiS, New York, N. Y. ; Richard P. . Iir- PHY, Bus., Tulsa; Mei.yin E. Dell, Eng., Cicero, III.; Barbara O. Bt rkf, K A H, A S, Muskogee; Willia.m R. Warren, Acacia, Bus., Kingtisher; Charles P. Gilmore, Eng., Tecumseh ; Frances P. Dirbeck, A S, Caracas, ' enezuela ; Leon Dobbs, Eng., Seminole. Fciurlli Rhw: Leo Burditt, VC, Okla. City; J. H. Ritchie, Eng., Okmulgee; Crysial J. MoBLEY, A S, Norman; LaRue Watkins, Eng., Woodlawn, III.; Jarreli. D. CJardner, Phm., Morrilton, Ark.; C. Graha.m Mills, Eng., Nor- man; Jacqueline A. Owens, A +, A S, Quaker Town, Pa.; J. HiCKEY, Eng., Calgary, Canada; John R. Raveii.l, Eng., Tulsa; Willia.m K. Cunningham, A S, Bartlesville. Fifth Roii-: James S. Rutherford, AX, A S, Mt. Pleasant, Pa.; Ed G. Had- LoCK, Bus., Okla. City; Boyce B. Bolton, Eng., Huntsville, Tex.; Wanda L. Spencer, A F, A S, Duncan; Russell M. Preston, A S, Fay; Harold E. Tyree, Eng., Muskogee; Norman D. Alexander, Bus., Tulsa; CJi.oria A. BouLDiN, A r A, Bus., Okla. City; Stephen S. Sanger, Bus., Chickasha; William F. Butler, Bus., Taloga. SfconJ Rniv: Waydell Findley, I ' C, Duncan; William E. Smith, A S Walters; Tommie J. Jenkins, A S, Healdton ; Anne Ralls, K A h, A S l uncan, William T. McKenzie, Eng., TYler, Tex.; Monte L. Moore AT 12, A S, Hollis; K.EN O. Parrish, Bus., Midwest Citv; B. Gwen Atkin son, AXH, rc. Midwest City; Charles L. Beach, A T 12, Bus., AItu (iEORGE E. Ingram, Eng., Okla. City. Sixtli Row: Jack L. Moore, Bus., Okla. Citv ; Patricia L. Davis, ATA, FA, Elk Citv; Arthur F. Steiner, Eng., Cyril; D.avid S. Sellers, A S, Okla. Citv; Jo Ann McKibben, A X 12, Ed., Barnsdall; Jajhes J. Conrad, - E, A S, Muskogee; (Jeorce E. Orr, Eng., Okla. City; Bryan H. O ' Haver, Bus., Norman; Charles D. Brewer, A S, Tulsa; Joanne E. Stouch, A 4 , Ed., Gea rv. Page 162 First Ro w: George C. Ashley, A S, Bristow ; James B. Elder, A S, Norman; Beryl R. Sea- brook, A i A, A S, Okla. Citv; Quay Villl ms, A S, Duncan; Robert W. Irviv, Eng., Stafford, Kan.; Gercese Bennett, i: A T, FA, El Dor- ado, Kan.; Monte L. Frifrsov, Bus., Bristou. St((inJ Rrnv: Wuttam I,. Newman, .A S, Cleveland; Villl m D. Meyer, A S, Moore- land; Charles L. Blackburn, T A, Eng., Pauls Valley; Kenneth S. Blancett, Eng., Okla. Citv; ' irginia L. Johnson, A 4 , Bus., Okla. Citv; Davio L. Sockler, A S, CJarber; Fredric C. Ackman, Eng., Fairfield, III. ThirJ Roil ' : Harold D. Lee, A S, Okla. City ; Lou a. Lenoir, A +, FA, Seminole; Aultman T. Smith, Jr., Eng., Duncan; William T. Sha- ner, n K a, A S, Ardmore; Richard K. Rob- erts, Bus., New York, . V.; Johnny M. Sands, HKA, A S, Clayton; Denver D. Jones, Bus., McAlester. h ' ourlli Rniv: Albert Skai.ovsk , Bus., Okla. Citv; Wayne T. Dinoler, Phm., DeQueen, Aric. ; Sanford L Borofsky, II A 4 , A S, Tulsa; Sariet Covens, SAT, Bus., Crystal Springs, Miss.; Raymond C. King, Bus., Norman; Thomas D. Higdon, Phm., Walters; Joann M. Crews, A r A, A S, Salina, Kan. Fiflh Row: JoHV D. Wilson, A S, Okla. City; Sari Weinberger, -AT, FA, Guthrie; Jerome C. Meader, Jr., Bus., Schenectadv, N. V.; Thomas L. Crockett, i: A E, A S, Tulsa; Doris W. C.«EY, ATA, Ed., Okla. City; Donald E. Williams, Eng., Okla. City; Claude D. Klapp, Eng., McAlester. Sixth Roil.- Hal H. Wolfe, + T A, A S, Ponra City; Harry A. Wahl, Jr., AX, Eng., Okla. City; Maureen McBride, A S, Ponca Citv; Samuel R. Greenberg, II A , Bus., Tulsa; Tom a. Wilson, A S, Meridian, Tex.; Eman- uel Cohen, II A , A S, Lethbridge, Canada; James F. Clark, Bus., Muskogee. Sefenlh Rozi..- Richard A. Jones, A S, Lake- wood, Ohio; Ruth Austin, Bus., Ardmore; Philip O. Teter, Eng., Bartlesville; Forrest J. Miller, K i:, Bus., Piedmont, Calif.; Ralph F. Ellinger, +AH, Bus., Purcell; Joan Bflden, Bus., Norman ; Sam A. Wilson, J T A, Eng., Norman. Eighth Roic: Jack E. Bryant, A S, San An- gelo, Tex.; George H. Hammonds, — ■ ' , Bus., Okla. City; Bill Pitchford, K i:, Eng., Chicka- sha; Patricia R. Irby, FA, Wilson; Gordon E. Headlee, Bus., Odessa, Tex.; Charles S. Kopp, -AM, Bus., Okla. Citv; Carolee A. Miller, FA, Norman. ' j inlli Roiv: JiMMV L. Pipkin, Eng., Allen; I Miriam P. Gillelaxd, A S, Ponca Citv; James I W. George, i: N, A S, Peoria, 111.; Edward G. I Reigle, KAP, Eng., Midland, Tex.; Marjorie I J. Douglas, A S, Enid ; Neil E. Cleaver, i: X, I Eng., Pauls Valley; Abraham Kachler, Eng., (niatemala, Central America. Tiiith Ro ' U-: ' aughn Brinson, Eng., Graham, ! Tex.; Arthur A. Phillips, II A i , Eng., Des I Moines, Iowa; Joanna R. Andreskowski, AAA, 1 Ed., Norman; Garland Y. McKinney, Jr., B«n, A S, Henrvetta; John C. Lemon, ' t ' Ai- ' . A S, Norman; Mary F. Swanda, A S, Wash ingtnn; Edwin L. Jackson, Eng., Cisco, Tex. FJ. ' vrnth Row: John V. Head, :: A E, A S, Ardmore; Virginia C. Harsh, FIB , A S, Ponca City; Roy E. Ch.atham, FA, Okla. Citv; Larry H. Dorsey, Jr., Phm., Okla. City; B. ' r- BARA F. MiNYARD, A S, Norman; Bill D. Heath, A S, Shawnee; James T. Eiiion, Phm., Talihina. Twelfth Row: Robert D. Evans, Eng., Enid; Van a. Hicks, Bus., Okla. City; John K. Fos- ter, Eng., Lewisville, Ark.; K. Lenelle Leath- ers, A A II, FA, Gould; R. Foster, Eng., Malvern, Ark.; Louise G. Bayless, Ed., Blanchard; Edwin M. Freeman, -AM, A S, New York, N. Y. fkmmm ■ ' dsM Page 1 3 If Inn things get going at the PiKA - Sigma Chi pin-ball tour- nament, the only thing to do is shed clothes and get in there and fight for the old home team. SOPHIUOBn Thud Rniv: Paii, V. McMahox, Eng., Nnrman; Rrba J. BnciiF.R, A I ' , FA, Mithvcst Citv; Thomas L. Stewart, Bus., OkmiilKcc; LvAi.lCE A. Dixov. I ' + B, Bus., Seminole; Allak J. Stisnett, i: ■!■ K. Bus., Billings; SlE A. Scott, A r, Ed., Tulsa; Do R. Lane, A S, Pampa, Tex.; Lavai(;hx Martin, Eng., Tulsa; Pali. S. Bi.oomvoRTH, AiS, Perrv ; Jimmie ! . Si.mmdns, A S, Apache. Fourll: Rou..- Trams L. Leopard, A S, Okla. City; O. J. Mii.i er, 11 K A, AiS. Waynoka; Paul H. Mllli.ns, Bus., Okla. City; Ross C;. McCom.i m, AiS, Norman; Howard R. Lavelett, Eng., Norman; Howard J. Bernard, Eng., Patterson, La.; Louis R., UC, Okla. City; Warv J. Strance, A A II, A S, Hobart; Shizuo Oka, I ' C, Honolulu, Hawaii; Wii.i ia.m L. Re[)IS11, Eng., Jackson, Miss. First Row: J. Gavi.e Peitus, Bus., Searcy, Ark.; George V. Fritschi, A :; +, Eng., Manhasset, N. V.; Neiix McCown, A B, Bus., Okla. City; Marianne IsoM, AAA, A S, Norman; John D. Williams, AX, Bus., Wakita ; Kenneth C. Stone, Bus., Okla. City; Robert D. Meyer, Eng., Okla. City; Jim C. Duckett, +Ki;, Phm., Konawa; Violet Richardson, A S, Okla. City; Cecii R. Chamberlin, a T .. , A S, Frederick. Fifth Row: William H. Vancil, Bus., St. Louis, Mo.; Robert J. Thatcher, Eng., Austin, Minn.; Bill R. Hise, Eng., Abilene, Tex.; George J. Llmber, Bus., Okla. City; Bettv J. Bondurant, A A II, A S, Okla. City; A. Glenn Land, Eng., Tulsa; Ralph A. Rouse, Bus., Okla. City; Robert P. Johnson, Bus., Okla. City; Barbara L. Upton, A A II, A S, Hcaldton; Bob C. Schulz, - " t " K, Eng., Norman. Second Row: Donald F. Strausbaugh, A S, York, Pa.; T. Minton Bauch- MAN, Bus., Sulphur; Sherman H. Norton, A T SJ, Eng., Lubbock, Tex.; Wil- liam E. Martin, A 2; l , Eng., Okla. City; Barbara W. Patterson, ATA, FA, Ardmore; Coleman B. Fite, + T A, A S, Muskogee; Sidney E. Ashley, A S, El Reno; Emry W. Freeman, - A E, Bus., Enid; WiNFRED E. McGee, FA, Norman ; Philip C. Kidd, B 9 II, A S, Norman. Sixth Row: Ci.audine T. Peddicord, A X 0, Bus., BIythwell; Charles J. Gh - lum, K 4 ' , Bus., Wichita, Kan.; Sue Foster, AAA, Ed., Tulsa; Robert L. Lattimore, A S, Sulphur; Charles E. Fidler, AT!. ' , Eng., Ada.; Helen M. Walker, K K r, FA, Enid; Charles R. Saner, A T S , Bus., Kerrville, Tex.; David C. Loveland, Acacia, Eng., Stoney Creek, Conn.; Harry C. S.mith, Bus., Okla. City; Marguerite L. Nelson, FA, Texarkana, Tex. Page 164 First Roiu: CARt, A. Smelser, - X, Bus., Roose- velt; William G. Gustafson, - • E, Bus., El Reno; Gerrie B. Throcmorton, A A 17, A S, Okla. City; Gustavo J. Herrera, Eng., Caracas, Venezuela; Walter W. Hollincsworth, Jr., Phm., Okla. City; Jo Ann Curry, T B, FA, Chandler; Phtlip H. Dittmar, K A P, Eng., Evanston, III. Second Rom:: Sally Mathews, A 1 " , A S, Tr)n- kawa; Claude S. Jackson, Bus., Sabetha, Kan.; ToMMiE Huff, K A P, A S, Wichita Falls, Tex.; Curtis L. M.vrshall, ATA, Bus., Okla. City; Beverly J. Goundelock, A A IT, FA, Okla. Cit ' v; William Wenht, Ben, Bus., Okla. Citv; Leslie H. Balmain, K A P, A S, Amarillo, Tex. TliiiJ Roiv; Dan Rambo, 2 A E, Bus., Norman; Sam a. Perrine, - X, Bus., Grove; James E. Ti.APAK, Bus., Okla. City; Mable H. Tro.vkl, Ed., Norman; Freii A. Wieriim, K A P, Eng., Okla. Citv; Jimmy T. Lontos, K A P, A S, Dal- las, Tex. ; Patricia E. Ruark, A A n, FA, Befh- Foiirth Ro-u-: Tony P. Vaughn, Jr., Eng., Phil- lips, Tex.; Homa I.. Jones, A I , Ed., Alva.; Thomas G. Shanos, Phm., Providence, R. I. ; Joseph R. Kennett, A S, Dallas. Tex.; How- ARn W. Stansberry, A S, Okla. Citv; Ellen J. Larsen, AXn, FA, Okla. City; Curtis R. Trent, Phm., Calumet. Fifth Ro u:: David M. Clary, Eng., Buckner, Ark.; Ralph E. Daly, Eng., Sweeny, Tex.; Bobbie R. Watts, ASA, Bus., Konawa; Bee T. Garrison, FA, Welch ; Verna L. Frye, A X n, A S, Okla. City; Pastor Gil, Eng., Tuaja, Co- lombia; Fred R. Harris, A S, Walters. Sixth Roic: Patsy R. Bross, A X .Q, Ed., EI Reno; John Kuchmy, Eng., Rochester, N. Y. ; Frank A. Moore, Bus., CofFewille, Kan.; Joan MousER, r f B, A S, Perry; Clyde H. McDan- lEL, Eng., Seminole; D. Dwight Sills, A S, Fairfax ; Don L. Wallace, A X, A S, Hobbs, N. Mex. Seventh Row: Don S. Price, Eng., Tulsa : Bar- b. ra a. Shaw, P B, Bus., Sha vnee ; Robert J. Ware, Eng., Tulsa ; Robert M. Wynne, A S, Dallas, Tex.; Don E. Van Dall, K 2, A S, Bartlesville; Wade Tyree, P B, A S, Law ton; Kent Thornton, AX, Bus., Blanchard. Eighth Row: Myron W. Woods, FA, Okla. City; James L Miller, ATA, A S, Okmulgee; Bob D. Eastwood, KA, Bus., Okla. Citv; Jean- nine M. Little, P • B, A S, Knowls: George E. Cobb, KA, A S, Norman; Bill Aughtry, Ben, Eng., Okla. Citv; Harrv L. Brown, Ben, A S, Ardmore. Ninth Row: Everett Woon, F.A, Chevenne, Wyo. ; Jo Jane Ware, F B, f.A, Mangum ; John L. Stewart, ATA, Bus., Tulsa; Rich. rd B. Hughes, B 9 II, A S, Pampa, Tex.; Tom Crowl, 4 Ae, Bus., McAlester; Harold C. Brid veli., Eng., Fairview; Sally J. Whitney, r B, A S, Bartlesville. Tenth Row: Michael Piemonte, Eng., Yonk- ers, N. v.; John A. Brock, ATA, Eng., Okla. City; Bob B. Johnson, ATA, Bus., Pawnee; Tom H. Sterling, Ben, Eng., Okla. Citv; Betty R. Gutte, ASA, Bus., Big Spring, Tex.; Edward M. Evans, Eng., Bronx, N. Y.; Leon Hecht, Eng., Memphis, Tenn. Eleventh Row: Don R. Myers, ATA, Bus., Tulsa; Bruce W. Gambill, A X A, Ed., Tulsa; Ruth E. Miller, P B, FA, McAlester; Joe L. Norton, ATA, Bus., Tulsa; Charles R. Edger- : TON, BOn, Bus., Bartlesville; Carrol F. ! CoATES, A S, Okla. Citv; James L. Yoshimoto, VC, Honolulu, Hawaii. I Twelfth Row: S. G. Hale, + A B, Bus., Nor- man; Milton F. Davis, A X A, A S, Bethanv; Wayne B. Miller, KA, Eng., Norman; Philip D. Rippy, t a e, A S, Lebanon, Mo. ; Helen L. , Dodson, P ' J ' B, fa, Muskogee; James L. Spivey, i Ae, Bus., Courtnev; David E. Shepherd, 1 A S, Okla. City. I H Page 165 It liny nut he siirming outside, hut it looks like there ' s praetieally a hlizz ird here. SOFiiyORES rhird Rnnx: Ben ]. W ' Ai.KisnsTicK, AT, Bus., Okla. Tity; Neil V. Wood- hard, Jr., AiS, Olila. City; Joan McBrior, FA, Okla. City; Raymox Kerv, AT,, Lawton; Addie L. Weaver, Phm., Stillwater; M. Schwab, - A K, Bus., Okla. City ; Margaret C. Black, A S, Sallisaw ; Stuart D. Sil- bar, - A M, FA, Louisville, Kv. ; James L. Cole, Jr., A T, Eng., Lawton ; Bill Hevers, ATSJ, Bus., Ada. Fiiurtli Ro-uj: Marjory A. Colby, A S, Okla. City; M. Kay Ci m.minos. Bus., N ' orinan; Robert E. McCamey, - N, Eng., Charleston, W. ' a.; Bernard Becker, Z A M, A S, Memphis, Tenn. ; Janida Jones, A S, Duncan; Robert KiRSH, Bus., New York, N. Y. ; Lyndell L. Tlcker, K i;, Eng., Chickasha; Clifton A. Ellis, K 2), A S, Tulsa ; Gloria S. Walters, AAA, A S, Gush- ing; John P. Robinson, K , A S, Wichita, Kan. First Roiv: Thomas J. Ballew, Acacia, Eng., Coffeyville, Kan.; Donna M. Kno.v, A S, Okla. City; Robert L. Bingham, AX, Eng., El Dorado, Ark.; Richard W. Hoceland, 9 S, A S, Southamptnn, Pa.; Daniel F. Toner, 6K4 , Eng., Norman; Carolyn N. Ostram, Ed., Phillips, Tex.; David C. Zimmerman, Eng., Memphis, Tenn.; Richard C. Gray, 11 K A, Phm., Purcell; Patricia L. Beiland, Bus., Cushing; Dale E. Stauffer, ATA, Eng., Chicka- sha. Fijlh Roiv: Warren M. Schaub, K 1, Bus., Anadarko; Pat Eischen, 6 K , Bus., Okarche ; Seymour Rubin, Bus., New York, N. Y. ; Barbara J. Green, AXi), Ed., Seminole; Jack W. Warhurst, Eng., Fairvicw ; E. Robert Wil- son, Eng., Sayre; Melba C. Morris, Bus., Borgcr, Tex.; Jack E. Smith, A- , Eng., Seminole; Mario Bongiovanni, Eng., Deepwater, N. J. ; Joyce L. Taylor, A S, Chickasha. Second Roiv: Leona B. McAninch, Bus., Tonkawa ; Paul E. Wilkins, Eng., Okla. City; Jov A. Steuart, ATA, Bus., Elk City; Ernest M. Woodrich, Bus., Okla. City; Phyllis A. Phillips, FA, Okla. Citv; John W. Shawver, ATA, Eng., Okla. City; Walter S. Blair, AT, Bus., El Reno; Edith A. Johnson, Phm., Fountain Citv, Tenn.; Ed W. Clark, AT, Eng., Bartlesville ; Tommy J. Shaw, A T, A S, Okla. City. Sixth Roiv: John L. Rutherford, A S, Tulsa; Harrison W. Pace, K 1, A S, Hobbs, N. Mex. ; Pat Peters, A S, Hennessey; Jimmy Crews, AT, Bus., Tulsa; Mary J. Megii.l, FA, Okmulgee; Stre ' eter B. Flynn, K , Bus., Okla. City; Jack D. Whitfield, Eng., Paoli; Carolyn Berry, FA, Sweet Springs, Mo. ; Reece McGee, - A E, A S, Norman ; Charles G. Hope, © S, Bus., Shawnee. First Roiv: Robert A. Grant, Eng., Muskngec ; Barbara J. Lynn, A X fJ, FA, Medford ; James W. Fritzi.en, K O it, Eng., Winfield, Kaii. ; C " iiAR[,ES K. Eaton, Eng., Okla. Citv; Carolvn Fraker, Ar.i, A S, Okla. City; Dickson C. Smith, ' I r A, Bus., Muskogee; Robert L. Mc- Adams, ' I ' l ' A, Bus., Columbus, Ohio. Second Roic: Joseph R. Pratt, Bus., Kansas City, Kan. ; Robert C;. Wertz, 2 X, Bus., Bar- tlesville; Marjorie C., A S, Norman; A. H. Evans, -X, Eng., Borger, Tex.; E. Jeter, Phm., Nohle ; Doris K. Cohen, i: A T, Bus., .Mtus; Bii.i. D. Borders, Bus., Tulsa. Thlr.l Knw: ' eri,ea Bercutt, i; A T, VC, Los Angeles, Calif.; Kent C. Phipps, -X, A S, Mangum; Joseph J. Franciose, Eng., Laurence, Mass. ; Sabiva E. Ambrister, II B , Ed., Pauls Vallev; D. . ' bi.ard, Bus., Enid; Perrv E. Tennison, Eng., Okla. Citv; Pat J. Sutti.e, A A II, Bus., Okla. City. Fourth Roil-: Paul F. Stanley, 2 E, Eng., Bartlesville; Robert L. Quinnett, O K , A S, Shawnee; Jean Trudgeon, II B 4 , A S, Purcell; James V. Gorman, ' r A, A S, San Antonio, Tex.; A. Dean Kniffin, AT, FA, Lawton ; Shirley J. Geurkink, n B , A S, Ardmorc; Ravburn L. Horkbarger, Bus., Harlingen, Tex. Ftflh Rori!.-: Charles D. Dudley, h 3:, Bus., Okla. City; Marh.yn E. Keller, AX " , A S, El Reno; George F. Dana, OS, A S, Bradford, Pa.; C. Clifton Clay, f F A, FA, Okla. Citv; JACQUELYN V. TucKER, A F A, A S, Okla. City ; Clifford Kiley, FA, Fall River, Mass.; Rich- ard L. Runyan, A S, Ardmore. Sixth Roia: Lorraine Rothstetn, 2 A T, A S, Tulsa ; David M. Lockett, 2 A E, Bus., Nor- man ; John R. Smith, 9 £, Bus., Okla. City; Pat Ledbetter, A S, Marlovv; Benjamin F. Ingram, Jr., A S, Henrietta, Tex.; William D. Shea, A S, Ashtabula, Ohio; Steve E. Bie- SPiEL, - A M, Bus., Tulsa. Seventh Roil.- Thomas D. Rowell, III, 3 A E, Eng., Tulsa ; Jerry V. Jarrett, •! F A, Eng., Abilene, Tex.; Jui.iane Hudson, A FA, A S, Coalgatc; Earl D. Kanalv, K 4 ' , Bus., Okla. City; Richard C. Kennedy, Phm., ' inita; Do- lores M. DePolo, A S, Yonkers, N. Y. ; Sperrv G. Zervas, - X, Bus., Bartlesville. Eighth Roiv: De. ter C. Eldridge, K , A S, Luther; Maureen Mulvey, A A n, A S, Okla. Citv; Otiio W. Shum.ate, I P A, Eng., Okla. City; M. RK F. Roberts, :s X, Bus., Okla. Citv; Joan B. Ellington, A A n, A S, Brattlehorn, Vermont; Robert S. Reed, B K { , Eng., Lawton ; RoLio C. McKenzie, Bus., Lindsay. Ninth Roii.-: Joan H. Sandler, SAT, A S, Okla. City; Bobby G. Smith, i K Z, Phm., Sem- inole; Joe D. King, IT K A, A S, McAlester; Anne Moore, A S, Anadarko; James A. Mich- AL, i- K , Bus., Tulsa ; Bill J. Medley, e K , A S, Okla. City; Joe R. Klutts, :: + E, Bus., Muskogee. Tenth Roiv: Preston J. Eisberc, n -V ! ' , Bus., Kansas City, Mo. ; George H. W. Incels, Eng., Norman; Esther L. Kirby, FA, Grady, N. Mex. ; Dow D. Mitchell, Eng., Bartlesville; Harold C;. Lowrev, ■ K S, A S, Woodward; M. Raizen, Ed., Okla. Citv; Robert F. LeBi anc, - K , Eng., Midland, La. ' Eleventh Roiv: Jack H. Gardner, H K A, Bus., .McAlester; Patsy A. Nance, A h, A S, Ard- more; Allen R. Russell, A S, Okla. City; Vic- tor F. Norton, A S, Charlton, Mass.; Joanne E. Silver, A S, Coral Gables, Fla. ; Tommy B. Price, Eng., Winnsboro, La.; Robert E. Edge, O i, A S, Cushing. Tivelfth Rois.-: Joe C. Walters, Eng., Okla. Citv; John G. Hansen, 2 !• E, Bus., Waterfnrd, Wise; Tom F. Dudley, Z E, A S, Okla. City; Miriam H. Shadid, A S, Anadarko; Minton M. Payne, Jr., Eng., Henrvetta ; Richard B. Johnson, . ' S, El Reno; Bill Sutherland, A S, Healdton. sm ). WRmmmM Page 167 ' l (iiii uf ' rr tdkint off for Boston — " It ' ll be ti dose ( luin- — hope iL ' f win. " Score — Boston 0. O.U. 46. Uli, those modest hoys! First Row: A. H. Robertson, I K :i, Eng., Okla. Cit ; Herbert Langsam. Phm., New York, N. V. ; Carol D. Life, A X ! , A S, Okla. Citv ; Albert J. SUSSMAN, Bus., Brooklyn, N. Y. ; Bill O. Andress, A S, Carlsbad, N. Mex. ; Jean Bivlns, X!. ' , Bus., Paivhuska; Jack L. Yudell, A S, New York, N. Y. ; .Anderson C. ' anHov, Eng., Eastland, Tex.; C. Glenn Smith, A S, Okla. City; William R. Witcher, - A E, Eng., Tulsa. Second Row: Walter B. Ratliff, A B, A S, Norman ; Otis Burris, B O n. A S, Ponca Citv; Bob Reio, B n, A S, Bartlesville; Shirley Acan, AAA, Bus., Okla. Citv; William E. Durrett, K ::, Bus., Okla. Citv; Henry J. Klein, II A I , A S, Ardmore; Martha F. Evans, X fi, A S, Ada; G. Wythe MuNFORi), UK A, Bus., Okla. City; Pall E. Leftwich, A S, Okla. City; Robert J. Sheldon, B B II, Bus., Tulsa. sopiiyiees TliirJ Row: Edvvard E. Eskridce, K , Bus., Okla. City; Harlan H. Hob- cooi), - X, A S, El Reno; Dee Clinch, - X, Eng., Joplin, Mo.; John N. Edge, » " =■, A S, Cushing; Jerome N. T.aylor, n A ■! , CC, Bronx, N. Y. ; Nancy J. LocsDON, X ' .. " , A S, Wichita, Kan.; Carl L. We. therford, Eng., Stroud; Peggy Dvche, X i!, A S, Okla. Citv; Jerry A. Hale, K 1, Eng., Okla. Citv; John Heller, H B II, Bus., Tulsa. i-ourih Row: .Merrell D. Reiss, II A ■! ' , A S, Okla. City; P.vtricia L. Self, X v., A S, San Antonio, Tex.; RoY S. Holmes, B H:, Bus., White Plains, N. Y. ; Wii.LARi) F. McCracken, be, A S, Wewoka ; Rebecca C.ates, X ' .!, Bus., . toka; Lee V. Sneed, - A E, Bus., Okla. Citv; Wildon G. Falbion, Phm.. Okla. Citv; IiM I.. Pi ndt, K 2, Eng., Tulsa; Alle.v N. Keecan, ' I ' K M ' , Eng., Okla. Cit ; " |i.vimik P. PoLLOCK, i K 3, A S, Woodward. Fifth Row: Judith A. Henry, A S, Norman; George K., - E, Eng., Indianapolis, Ind. ; Marilyn L. Kent, X fi, FA, Dewey; Pall F. Sprehe, - " t- E, Eng., Okla. City; John H. Gardner, ' !• K , A S, Ciuthrie; Carl I. Singer, II A 1 , FA, Enid; Jane Wahlemaier, X £2, Bus., San Angelo, Tex. ; Don Smith, A T A, Eng., Clinton ; Barbara L. Miller, X P., A S, Okla. City; Leo E. Smith, K i:, Eng., Okla. City. .S .V ; Row: IiMMiE P. Miller, A X A, A S, Chickasha; James B. Lyon, ATA, A S, Edmond; Walter P. Marsh, Jr., ATA, Eng., El Reno; Malcolm L. Morris, H K A, Bus., Granite; Charles P. Lackey, II K A, Bus., Paducah, Kv. ; Marion Kutch, AX ' .!, A S, Hobart; Robert T. Colson, ' I ' K ' , Eng., St " . Louis, Mo.; Mary A. Lehman, A X fi, A S, Wichita, Kan.; Beth .Allt, A XV., Bus., Okla. Citv; Morris B. Blumenthal, HA , A S, Prague. r C) n i wt y I ' ln tmrMBiii I ' Page 168 First Roiu: jAMES A. Wil-SON, Eng., Chickasha ; (iEORCH N. Haddad, A X A, A S, Sand Springs; Saii.v J. Kii.GORE, AT, Bus., Duncan; Lucian C. Franks, K i), Bus., Tulsa; Sam L. Aite- BURV, i; A K, Bus., Amarillo, Tex.; Fran Mc- C ' Ari.K , 11 H ' I ' , FA, Okla. City; Charles C. SciiE[RMA , . X A, Eng., Okla. City. SiKiiul Ro iv: David A. Kindig, A X A, Eng., Bartlcsville; Maky F. McCasi.and, AAA, A S, Duncan; Eugene V. Chapman, A X A, A S, Okla. Citv; James E. Si,. ter, H K • , A S, Okla. City; Mary E. Morris, 11K 1 ' , A S, El Reno; Don D. Hartman, II K A, Bus., Carnegie; Wil- liam E. Karnes, ATA, AiS, Okla. City, ThIrJ Roil:- Ruth A. Clark, AAA, A S, Houston, Tex.; Daniel J. Fioroni, A X A, Bus., Okla. City; Robert Rumlev, AT, A S, Okla. City; Martha A. Evans, A , A S, Midwest City; Clifton Jennings, .V X A, Eng., Okmul- gee; ToNV Hahn, O K i| ' , Phin., Tulsa; Betty S. CUDE, A All, Bus., Ardmore. Fourllt Roil-: eal P. iARRETT, K A, . iS, Okla. City; Larry McLane, Bus., Bristol-; Patricia A. Johnson, AAA, A S, Bartlesville; BoARDMAN Barbv, Acacia, A S, Knowles; Bob L. LoiTis, Acacia, A S, Holdcnville; Patsy R. Wolfe, AT, A S, Okla. Citv; Paul W. Pick- ens, Acacia, -A S, Mollis. Fifth Roti.: Iames R. McDonald, KA, A S, Ft. Worth, Tex.; Eleanor N. CIreen, SAT, FA, Tulsa: Martin D. Huchteman, Bus., El Reno; John S. Struble, Eng., Chester, Nebr. ; Mary L. Draper, A A n, A S, Tulsa; James Q. Ma- GUIRE, Eng., Cincinnati, Ohio; Karl W. Alm- OUIST, K A, Bus., Norman. Sixth RoiL ' .- Kenneth K. Ruti.edce, FA, Nor- man; Howard W. Link, A i: , Bus., Okla. City; Patsy L. Pannell, FA, Norman; George E. ' ralstad, VC, Helena, Mont.; Ross Miller, KA, Eng., Norman; Sara L. Woods, A S, El Reno; Robert L. Pierson, K A, Bus., Okla. City. Seventh Row: Harold C. Wood, A T 0, A S, McAlester; Margaret M. West, AAA, A S, Okla. Citv; Owen Snow, ATO gng, Wichita, Kan.; Iohn W. Haggard, A T £7, Eng., Okla. City; WvNONA R. Webb, A S, Okla. City; Harry Sam, Bus., Salina; Billy J. Runge, . ' S, . ' rdmore. Eighth Roic: Rov S. Miller, Phm., Lubbock, Tex.; Reford Bond, K A, A S, Chickasha; Martha A. Hoon, AAA, A S, Okla. City; Bob Beach, A :: , Bus., Midwest City; Joseph H. Cline, at. Bus., Tulsa; Cmberto Reinthal, A S, Norman; Jane L. Tebow, Phm., South- west City, Mo. Mnth Roii. - Myth D. AT, A S, Dal- las, Tex.; Charles L. Ivie, A i: 1 , FA, Chicka- sha ; Robert H. Wilkerson, A S, Norman ; Gayi.e M. Gridlev, AAA, Bus., Tulsa; Fred E. Lawless, Eng., Tulsa : Armond D. Cosman, Eng., Norman; Earl W. Dittman, K A P, Eng., Houston. Tenth Roii.-: Jack B. Wilson, Bus., McAlester; Joe W. Knight, S + E, FA, Chickasha; Mar- tha C. AsFAHL, Bus., Okla. Citv; Jimmv Dooi.EN, Phm., Wichita Falls, Tex.; Donald Shemwell, fa, Wichita Falls, Tex.; Elizabeth A. Bro.vch, A S, Tulsa; Richard D. Huching- SON, A S, Okla. Citv. Eleventh Roii..- Forest R. Propes. Phm., Hen- derson, Tex.; Charlotte A. Carpenter, AT, -A S, Bartlesville; William A. Gallagher, VC, Okla. City; Harrv M. Featherston, A T n, A S, Okemah ; Jerelvn F. [ohnson, AAA, A S, Norman; William E. Hackett, A T S , Bus., Alva; Emma L. Rodkev, AAA, Ed., Ed- mond. TKelflh Rnir: Beverly . Jones, Ed., Buffalo; Donald D. Self, Phm., Okla. Citv; Robert D. Crouch, Phm., Okla. City; Lou M. Carter, ■ - - 1 A S, San Antonio, Tex. ; Richard A. Gibson, Eng., Okla. City; Joyce Roberson, .A S, Beaver; Billy G. Thurman, A S, Claremore. ' Wif BI KI ?55n ' 1 Page 169 -and tilt nt ' ii slaiiiuin ivtis pmied to ial tuity for the Beta -KA Beer Boiii classic. unmui ThnJ Rm4. Bill FissEV, B O 0, Eng., Okla. City; Ai. Basincer, A T O, Eng., Bartlesvillc; Delia M. Ai.exaxder, T + B, Bus., (Jkla. Citv; Hai. M. Zimmer- man, :SAM, A S, Antlers; Johnnv F. Dobbs. i: A K, A S, Vukoii; Jane Metz, A S, Okla. City; Hou.aro M. Newton, Bus., Okla. City; Wii i.iam T. Leneham, A S, Anadarko; Bettv M. Eimborg, FA, F " l Dorado, Kan.; Law- rence Cook, A X A, Eng., Chickasha. Fourth Rok: Birke G. Mordv, B O 11, Bus., El Reno; Margaret Coni.ey, ATA, Bus., Okla. City; A. T. Stair, Jr., ATA, Eng., Canton; Stiart D. AuLD, AT, Bus., Tulsa; Virginia L. Brooks, IC, Okla. City; Richard E. BoDENSTEiN, -All, A S, New York, N. Y. ; Bruce V. Flippen, A i: , Bus., El Reno; Marilyn J. Pinson, FA, Tipton; Joe S. Nicholson, A S, Stroud; John O. Harmon, Jr., AT, Eng., Bradford, Pa. First Row: William S. Chambless, A S, Chickasha; Dianne Re.vforo, ATA, FA, Moline, 111.; William F. Morrison, Eng., Mt. Vernon, In d. ; Charles G. Spancler, A S, Tulsa; Elizabeth A. Van Buskirk, FA, Mid- land, Tex.; Claude E. Franklin, Eng., Shreveport, La.; Donald N. Cordry, Eng., Bartlesville; Lola B. Dunnam, Phm., Hobbs, N. Mex. ; Joe L. Pl.att, A S, Moore; George R. Smith, Eng., Electra, Tex. Fifth Roit;: R. Styron Dolthit, K A, Bus., Konawa ; Charles R. Hoover, K A, Bus., Tulsa; Jack N. Merritt, K A, A S, Okla. Citv ; Nei.da Paramore, A S, Duncan; Ross W. Bruner, K A 1 , Eng., Amarilloi Tex.; William D. Kendall, Jr., AX, A S, Cheyenne; R. Jane Hazi.itt, Ed., Pauls Valley; Lawrence O. Sanders, A S, New York, N. Y. ; Robert A. Acers, ATA, Eng., Okla. City; Arthur Swanson, AT, Bus., Okla. City. SrronJ Row: DiCK M. Wilkinson, A S, Seminole; Fred C. Smith, Ed., Mangum; Richard A. Cranford, Bus., Okla. City; Wanda J. Loi.lar, Bus., Ada; Jack M. Bullock, Eng., Okla. City; J. Russell Egelston, A S, CJuthrie; A. Charleene Minor, A S, Okla. Citv; Quentin T. Riccs, A S, Okla. City; Robert P. Andrews, A X A, A S, Ft. Worth, Tex.; B. Anne Mosei.ey, Bus., Pampa, Tex. Sixth Row: Joel C. Kiester, Eng., Duncan; John R. Wich, ATA, Bus., Tulsa; Helen L. Dennis, Bus., Hollister; Tom W. Broun, AT, Bus., Tulsa; Roy E. Matthews, KA, Eng., Okla. City; Mike Hughes, K A, Bus., Hugo; George M. Reeves, K A, Bus., Vinita; Barbara A. Moffatt, FA, Okla. Citv; Robert F. Wood, K A, Bus., Okla. Citv; Roy R. Wight, K Z, A S, Hugo. ' First Ru-w: Ovven K. Garkiott, t- K ' Eiig., Enid; Sanoa L. Moorr, -i T, Bus., Denton, Tex.; Morris D. Wilson, 11 K A, A S, Hutchinson, Kan. ; Barbara A. Beaird, K K r, FA, Norman ; Douci-AS L. Yates, Bus., Hartdalc, N. Y. ; Marv Bartleson, KAH, Bus., Muskogee; Jim Cios ' - DERS, K A, Eng., t)kla. City. Second Ro w: Margaret Cunningham, K K I " , A S, Okla. City; Mark A. Melton, K A, A S, Norman; Mary J. Craig, K K T, Ed., Shawnee; Orvii.le L. I.angi ori), - ' I ' K, A S, Dewey ; Julia A. Beckman, II li •! , Bus., Muskogee; Milton E. Johnson, K i), A S, Okla. City; Sylvia D. Neoou , i; A T, FA, Odessa, Tex. ThirJ Row: John E. CJreenak, O K , A S El Reno; Pat Chestnut, K K T, I ' C, Miami; Alan J. Coi.invEi.i,, H K « Bus., Sand Springs; Irma R. Friedberc, i: A T, A S, Chicago, III.; Myers V. Lockaro, ' h T A, A S, Okla. Citv; Mary F. Palmer, A S, Okla. City; James R. Clowe, ' h r A, Eng., Ardmore. Fourth Roii.-: Eunice E. Frost, A S, Okla. City; Bob L. Kuykendali., T A, Bus., Muskogee ; Nancy J. Tomlinson, A S, Okla. City; Tomas A. Klein, + T A, A S, Tulsa; Sue Mayes, A -I-, Ed., Okla. City; David H.all, F A, A S, Okla. City; Trudy Krogstad, K K F, FA, Okla. City. Fifth Roiv: John E. Coffman, K ::, Bus., Tulsa; S.ara L. Planck, HE , A S, Tulsa; Richard L. Mayes, IT K A, Bus., Okla. Citv; Marilyn Rude, Ed., Dallas, Tex.; Frank D. Robinson, Jr., t F A, Bus., Okla. City; Joanne S. Abbott, Ed., Norman ; William G. Paul, ' ! r A, A S, Pauls Vallev. Sixth Row: Jerry Thompson, A l Bus., Okla. Citv; Jack R. Hood, -X, Phm., Erick; Marilyn Files, K A e, A S, Pawhuska ; William P. Granot, K Z, Eng., Clinton; Shirley E. KooNTZ, AF, A S, Okla. City; Robert E. Aik- MAN, r A, Bus., San Angelo, Tex. ; Kathryn A. Brock, KA0, A S, Holdenville. Sfvi ' tilh Row: Patrick D. Kenan, - N, Eng., Okmulgee; Mary F. Diller, A S, Barnsdall ; John P. Gover, S N, Bus., Altus; Betty J. Baird, A S, Okla. City; Charles R. Grissom, - A E, Bus., Ardmore; Beverly Byrne, K A 6, A S, Ada; James A. Yarnell, n K A, Bus., Wichita, Kan. Eighth Row: Robert R. Douglass, 2 X, Eng., Okla. City; Marylen McKenzie, K A 0, Bus., Pawhuska; Robert L. Bainbridge, K i). Bus., Okla. City; Nadine Norton, K K F, A S, Okla. City; Donald R. Bell, f K 2, Eng., Seminole; Elizabeth Ri.xt.eben, K K F, FA, Holdenville; Howard Frankel, II A 1 ' , Bus., Shawnee. Mnth Row: Mary E. Selby, K A B, A S, Enid ; Jerry L. Welch, Bus., Gould; Emma L. Crider, KAO, FA, Ada; Robert L. Pendarvis, + K Z, A S, Barnsdall; Sidney A. Snider, K K F, A S, Mangum ; Walter D. Jenkins, —X, Eng., Okla. City; Sue Millhorn, F ! B, A S. Okla. Citv. Tenth Row: G. Richard Thomas, A S, Okla. City; Nan Watkins, A A II, Bus., Tulsa; Wil- liam C. Talbott, - X, Eng., Wichita, Kan. ; Acnes Leachman, KKF, FA, Stillwater; Philip L. Wettengel, ATA, A S, Carmel, Calif.; Joan Whisler, A , A S, Britton; Oli- ver E. Barfiei.d, Zi a E, Bus., Amarillo, Tex. Eleirnth Row: Anita L. Ki.mball, A 1 , A S, DeQucen, Ark.; William F. Howard, BOH, Eng., McAlester; Frances S. McMillin, KKF, A S, Tulsa; Lawrence J. Cotton, —X, Bus., Blackwell; Norma L. Yoakum, VC, Purcell; Ei.wooD I.. BoiCE, 2 N, Eng., Great Bend, Kan.; Patsv J. Young, A X S2, A S, Elk City. Twelfth Row: James A. Wilkinson, Bus., Fair- view; Nancy Lynd, FIB , A S, Bartlesville; David A. Maytubby, ■!• K , Bus., Okla. Citv; Jerry Marshall, KKF, Ed., Chandler; James W. Hawk, Bus., Chickasha; Martha H. Mc- CJowEN, Ed., Norman; Llewellyn L. Keller, ' ' • K , Bus., Okla. City. If hen in doubt ns to uhat to icear to the Kappa Sig Jlellza- poppin Dance, pajamas are ahiays appropriate. unmm Third Rnii-: ( " i IFF Bradley, I " T A, A S, Amarillo, Tex.; Violeta Eidlemav, Eiig., Lima, Peru; Charles T. ViLso i, Bus.. Norman; Bonxie L. Rose, F. , Dalharr, Tex.; O. . m)Rek Poteet, 2 E, Eng., Duncan; Liliiak Zachrv, n B 1 , A S, Muskogee; David S. Tackett, A X A, A S. Okla. Citv; Faith M, Crimpacker, KKl " , AiS, Enid; Richard E. Morton, I ' K i:, A S, Clin- ton; EiAivE T. Leventhai., F.- , Okla. City. Fourth ?»w; HuTV J. Roper, Bus.. Dalhart, Tex.; Lee R. West, K A, A S, Antlers; Na.vcv R. Pirvear, AAA, A S, .McAlester; Charles E. Mai.sox, n KA, Bus., Norman; Neville L. Reeder, FA, Cooperton ; Villia.m F. Har- RAH, riKA, A S, Okla. City; Earlene C. Rissell, Bus., Henryetta; James R. Burnett, F.A, Okla. Citv; Marv L. Peterson, l " C, Muskogee; Bob Field, • A, A S, Pauls Valley. First Roii-: Aw Hulett, n B , Ed., Amarillo, Tex.; Ke.sneth R. Wilson, Bus., Okla. City; Diane Corbin, ATA, A S, Norman; Barton Ni. on, + T A, Eng., Muskogee; Janet N. Pearson, n B +, A S, Okla. Citv; Larry L. LowERY, ' M ' A, A S, Black«ell; Beverly C.arr, U B-l; CC, Okla. City; John M. CJooDE, K P, Eng., Shawnee; Marilyn Sie Et lison, n B , Ed., Nor- man; Bob Harrell, A T t. ' , Eng., Laurel, Miss. Fifth Roiu: .Marilyn Bemis, K K F, F. ' V, Okla. City; Paul H. Ward, K 1, Phm., Covington; Marietta Sipes, II B , A S, Tulsa; Charles E. Nichol- son, AX, A S, Black«ell; Mary Ann Simmon, n B (•, Ed., Okla. Citv; Bill Yount, +Ki:, Bus., Bridgeport; Agnes F. Dorse, A A II. A S, Okla. City; Raymond E. Biggs, A S, Maysville; Mitschrich, X!. ' , .■ S, Tulsa; Ray W. Clanton, FA, Norman. Sraind Roiv: Thomas S. Simms, n K A, CC, Lindsav; Marilyn J. Walker, Ed., Okla. Citv; Ralph T. Churchill, AT!!, Bus!, Okla. Citv; Mona E. Thorp, AAA, Ed., .Mtus; Alan M. Singer, HA , Bus., Chickasha; Alice Ann Bebb, A I FA, Muskogee; Scott K. Hunt, " 1 ' F A, Eng., Ponca City; -Mary C. Hutchinson, K K r, rC, Mc. ' Mester; Bill Rowan, Eng., Norman; Lina F. Folks, FA, Watonga. Sixth Rov.-: Kenneth L. Banes, t F A, Bus., Chandler; Rosemary Traich, n B4 , Ed., Okla. City; William P. Baswell, Jr., A S, Muskogee; BEm J. Poole, Bus., Okla. City; Kenneth R. Wilson, Bus., Okla. City; Eari.ine NL Henderson, A S, Guymon ; Robert F. Cooley, Eng., Pratt, Kan.; Virginia Holmes, FA, Okla. City; Nancy M. M.wlock. AAA, Ed., Norman; Dennis N. Gerber, a X, A S, Kenosha, Wise. Page 172 First Roii;: Barbara J. Morroxv, FA, Okla. City; Nf.viu.e, X S), A S, Chickasha ; Ernest J. Kimnitz, A S, Orlando; Irekk A. KiMBEi.i., A• , A S, Yukon; Harvey B. Johns, Bus., Red Rock; noROTHY S. Biack, Bus., Lex- ington ; Gloria A. Yetman, A r Ji, A S, White Plains, N. Y. f ccniiJ Roii - Be - H. Dengler, UC, Tulsa; Patricia A. McLeav, ATA, Ed., Anadarko; Wii.iiAM O. McRae, i: E, Bus., Tulsa ; Lois J. Martim, a r a, fa, Guthrie; W. Morton, Eng., Beauford, S. C. ; Beth Becker, A S, Lawton; P.vtrick A. Williams, ATA, Bus., Okla. City. ThirJ Rozi - Carol L. Willard, H B ' b, A S, Norman; ( harles H. Lackey, Acacia, Eng., Davenport; Kay F. Steinbercer, A X 0, Bus., Houston, Tex. ; Sally Rutherford, n K t, A S, Tulsa ; Mary J. Straw, A X fi, FA, Santa Fe, N. Mcx. ; Dick Mead, O 3, Bus., Verona, N. J- ; A ' lRciNiA Richards, H B , Ed., Tulsa. Fnurlh Rijiv: Ralph C. Nicholson, IT K A, Eng., Houston, Tex.; Ann Doornbos, K K F, A S, Bartlesville; Sedwyn T. Kennedy, A T 12, Bus., Okla. City; Jo Ann Marti.n, K K P, Ed., Semi- nole; Robert A. Winnebercer, Eng., Okla. City; Louise Rati.iff, n B ! , Bus., Hobart; WiNFORD S. Howard, Eng., Shawnee. Fif li Roil..- CoLEEN Cockerill, A , A S, Mooreland ; Bi.YTHE Carney, -X, A S, Tulsa; Camilla Duncan, II B , FA, Muskogee; Mar- garet E. Fell, A S, Stillwater; Dolores J. Kozak, A S, Okla. City; Jean M. Robicheaux, 6K f , Eng., Shreveport, La.; Betty N. Bink- LEY-, A S, Okla. City. Sixth Roii - Bob R. Hall, 2 X, Eng., Wichita Falls, Tex.; Margo Marland, KAe, A S, Tulsa; P. Jeppe, P A, Bus., Okla. City; Louise McElroy, A P A, Bus., Sand Springs; RussELi. E. SwARTS, 2 ! ' E, Bus., Car- negie; Lora G. Dixon, A S, Lamont; Bob Max- well, A X A, Bus., Pauls Valley. Seventh Row: Peggy W. Cullen, KAO, FA, Tulsa; Earl Amundson, F A, Bus., Okla. City; Jane Wing, A P, A S, Los Angeles, Caiif. ; Jeannine Cooper, Bus., Tecumseh ; Shirley A. Lykins, n B , A S, Norman; Gary D. Hadi.ock, O K +, A S, Mangum; Barbara Scruggs, A A P, FA, Britton. Eighth Roll-: James E. Arnold, + P A, Eng., Muskogee; Donna McBride, K K P, A S, Bar- tlesville; John Thomas, •I ' P A, Bus., Enid; Paula Bracken, K K P, A S, Okmulgee ; James M. Goodman, A S, Henrvetta ; Bibby Maddo.v, n B I , A S, Okla. City ' ; Loyal W. Furry, Eng., Cushing. Ninth Rozv: Shirley A. Strong, P B, Bus., Okemah; CJarlan W. Gibson, Bus., Durant; Joyce Calkins, P B, A S, Chelsea; Betty L. Harden, A A n, A S, Morgan City, La.; Cherre Wheeler, P + B, A S, Okmulgee; Jesse D. Duncan, Bus., Butler; Emily Catlis, K K P, Ed., Tulsa. Tenth Roiv: William C. Hardy, 2 ' t E, Eng., Pauls Valley; Charlotte L. Rice, A ' , A S, Chickasha ; William J. Myers, FA, Yukon ; Joan H. Craig, A P, A S, Midwest City; James L Thomas, FA, Okmulgee; Nieta J. Kuwitz- KY, K A fl, Bus., Norman ; Raymond W. Cooley, A S, Okla. City. Eleventh Roiv: Edwina F. Cornish, A P, Bus., McAlester; Raymond F. Kunc, Eng., Okla. City; Sybil M. Wibker, A X n, Ed., Shreveport, La.; Jo Ann Carney, A P A, A S, Atoka; Dor- j othv Darrough, KAB, A S, Okla. Citv; John A. Brett, KZ, A S, Okla. Citv; iARY G. ! Powell, P ( B, A S, Okla. City. I T-welfth Row: Frankie G. Sanseverino, A P A, I Bus., Tulsa ; Fred R. Shields, FA, Muskogee ; I Jo Ann Selkin, Bus., Okla. City; Kenneth R. j WooLDRiDCE, Eng., Okla. Citv; Joan Jackson, j A X n, A S, Purcell ; Charles Coleman, P A, [ A S, Norman; Helen R. Bower, KAO, A S, I Muskogee. Page 173 Some of ihc brothers of Ijiiiiiina Sii ina. load. Vtry local, fraternity, take time out to party at Red ' s ly Ed ' s. sorioumes Third Ro ' ii-: Lof Splrlock, A n, A S, Italy, Tex.; Joe A. Savage, A X A, A S, Okla. Citv; Linda Erickson " , KKT, FA, Tulsa; William J. Dierker, HK , Bus., Shawnee; Ann Walthour, A , A S, Seminole; GlSTAV E. Landen-, fa, Stuttgart, Ark.; Sally A. Hanlein, A - II, A S, Okla. City; Bill J. Blackwei.l, Eng., Meeker; ' irginia Carter, AT, A S, Amarillo, Tex. ; Richard P. Hon erton, Eng., Houston, Mo. Foiirlh Raw: Nina K. Morris, KA6, A S, Waco, Tex.; Anne Rosenthal, . S, Okla. Citv; Luther W. Graham, A S, Okla. City; Ei ' ViCE N. Sawaer, A S, Ardmore; Marilyn A. H.wthorne, A S, Okla. City; Allan R. Fowler, Acacia, Eng., Okla. Citv; Ruth Sayre, Bus., Norman; Joe D. Perry, -♦K, Eng., El Reno; Sue Ann Poling, II B t , Ed., Blackwell ; Sue Planck, II B , UC, Tulsa. First Roiu: Rita F. McDowell, A X «, A S, Okla. City; Tom K. Arm- strong, - A K, A S, Natchez, Miss.; Janice L. Payne, A -f ' , Bus., Okla. City; Paul E. Armstrong, Jr., UC, Okla. City; Pat Kimble, A 4 ' , Ed., Clayton, N. Mex. ; George H. Lundberg, B H n, A S, Okla. City; Beverly A. Lester, ATA, A S, Norman; Harrell D. H airfield, Jr., A S, Okla. City; Wanda Ozment, A , Bus., Pond Creek; Edward D. Arnold, Bus., Calgary, Canada. Fifth Row: Clayton Chadwell, K Z, A S, Okla. Citv; Beverly A. Phil- lips, HB , A S, Bartlesville; Carolyn R. Howell, K K F, FA, Holdenville; Kenneth G. Stonecipher, Bus., Okla. City; Norma A. T. te, AAA, Ed., Seminole; Deirdre C. Patrick, KAh, a S, Shawnee; Mack A. Hamilton, Eng., Kilgore, Tex.; Jean Robinson, XI2, A S, Quannah, Tex.; Helen M. Tullius, Bus., Norman; Darrell R. Warren, ATA, A S, Okla. City. Second Row: C. B. Cowles, -X, IC, Edmond ; Shirley M. Jacobs, A , A S, Okla. Citv; Frank J. Thompson, BBII, A S, Okla. Citv; Delma J. Mason, JI K ' I , Ed., Okla. City; Jacklyn S. Faulkner, A • , FA, Paris, Te.x. ; Ann C. Gibson, A , A S, Norman; William L. Peterson, K A, A S, Ok- mulgee; Charlotte C. Gibson, A , A S, Norman; Cecil C. Keller, ATA, Eng., EI Reno; Mary E. Lockhart, Bus., Okla. City. Sixth Row: Dorothy J. Williams, Ed., Bristow ; Martha A. Newbern, Bus., Bvars; Billv R. Cowger, A S, Marietta; Laura Collins, H B -I , A S, Okla. City; William B. Bogart, Bus., Okla. Citv; Florence A. Young, A S, New- alla; Patsy J. Davis, A S, Okla. City; J. C. Klick, A X A, Bus., Okla. City; Ruth J. Lieberman, FA, Lindsay; Greta L. Kyle, AAA, YA, Enid. Page 174 -7 hi M 67710 rl am Maurice Ahoysius Ahern Killingsworth, Connecticut August 16, 1923 — December 3, 1949 Sammy J. LaRue Clinton, Oklahoma November 14, 1929 — December 3, 1949 Price Dickson Starks Oklahoma City, Oklahoma July 18, 1929 — December 3, 1949 BriKt Drake iiiiikis iiith tlu (luitKr li hilf hoy points lit haskclhall ijdmc. iiiaki null tlu nmm Third Rou: 1I() ard E. Rav, IT, Fli ra. III.: Kkssktu E. Crimp. I ' C, ' erd(in; Kav L. Francisco, n li ' I ' , IT, Enid; .Marvin D. H.artz, IT, Tulsa RoNAM) J. Hanska, rc, Yukon; Di. ik A. Ci.ouer, A A II, ic, Weuoka Latiiei, F. Dlffield, UC, Tulsa; Beity J. Wilson, A X 12, rC, Okla. Citv Tari, F. Di. o.n, UC, Cashion; Wii i.ia.m L. Jones, I ' C, Okla. Citv. Fourth Ro-w: Robert F. Montgomery, I ( ' , U ' apunucka; Kathleen G. Wor- RALL, AXn, fC, Hobart; Dennis W. Krouv, IC, Okla. City; J. Reed, K K f, UC, Muskogee; Charles II. . Iahone, VC Hohart; Harry C. Keeton, at, VC, Okla. Citv; Pat J. .MriiiNS, IC, Hutler; Ii. Roii P. TiTis, A i: ■! ' , rC, Great Bend, Kan.; Wynema I). FiRKi E, F B, IC, Dun- can; (iENE Hayward, UC, Seymour. Tex. First Roii-: Ralph A. Pace, VC. Hobbs, . M. ; Helen Parkison, K A fi, UC, Ponca Citv; L. Royce Crutchheld, VC, Heavener; Peter E. Poulos, AT, VC, Tulsa; Jack S. Rogers, ATA, VC, Maysville; Marjorie E. Bell, II B " ! , VC, McAlester; Tommy H. Mahaffey, UC, Marlow; Charles L. Addy, VC, Alex; Jane E. Blrr, A X ' J, VC, Houston, Tex.; Charles S. Nel- son, II K A, VC, Guthrie. Fifth Roij.-: Johnnie L. McKeli.ips, UC. Custer Cit ; Howard H. Sav.ace, BHII, VC, McAlester; Eileen L. Meyer, A X 1. ' , UC. Shawnee; William W. Bl ' SBY, BHII, UC, McAlester; James F. Rhodes, VC, Duncan; Jan L. Hlt- CHiNS, F + B, VC, Lawton; Kenneth E. Bowen, VC, Sand Springs; Bill B. C.AGLE, VC, Hollis; James K. { )Sbv, VC. El Reno; Davy I.. Garrett, VC, Tulsa. Snornl Rozi-: John W. Pearce. UC. Marietta; Betty L. Dennis, A A II, VC, Tulsa; Regner C. Harris, VC, Okla. City; Polly A. Erdahl, II B , VC. Tulsa; Jerome C. Slllivan, Jr., ATA, UC. Norman; Joe D. Julian, VC. Okla. Citv; Marilyn Idema, X!. ' , VC, Norman; Sonny Hiatt, VC, Tulsa; William C. Calohan, A T 12, VC, Bartlesville; Donald M. Neville, VC, Okmulgee. .v;.v j Roii-: John W. Reid, A T 12, IC. Muskogee; .Marilyn L. Miller. AX!2, UC, Ponca City; Jerome Miles. A :i +, UC. Okla. City; Melvin E. BErrES. VC, Norman; Jane L. Hamilton. K K F, VC, Enid; Mack McEl- re.ath, VC, Ardmore; James D. Allen, VC, Hartshorne; Si anne Hol- COMB, riB , UC, Duncan; Bill C. Appi e, VC, Okemah ; Norman E. Dra- per, VC, Calgary, Canada. Page 176 First Row: Mii.ton P. Ar.nett, UC, Okla. City; Glenn Z. REVNOi.ns, UC, Irving, Tex.; Mary J. Fischer, VC, Norman; Donald W. Hunnicuit, UC, Elk City; W. Clyde Barton, VC, Heald- ton; Phyllis J. Curnl ' tt, X 12, UC, Hugo; Wayne Malone, UC, Ponca Citv. SnonU Ruif: Martha C. DenAdel, XU, VC, Bartlesville ; Clarke E. Mitchell, -i T, UC, Okla. City; Lawrence Eng, UC, Tulsa; Thomas L. Dillon, VC, Youngstown, Ohio; Marie Jones, VC, Norman; Everett J. Deuees, VC. Bartlesville; Richard S. Warner, VC, TulvT. ThirJ Rnw: George L. Mitchell, UC, Prague; J. M. PoYNER, Jr., UC, Wewoka; Charlotte A. CoPELAND, X 12, VC, Ada; Lew W. Ground, rA, VC, Midland, Tex.; Lloyd H. McGuire, 2AE, VC, Tulsa; Frances M. Stevens, A A n, VC, Marietta; William T. W. ggoner, UC, Okla. Citv. Fourth Roit. - Patricia A. McClure, X 2, UC, Norman; Ralph D. Reece, VC, Falls Church, Va.; Robert L. Eker, VC, Mooreland ; John R. HiNKLE, " fAO, VC, White Plains, N. Y. ; B.- R- BARA A. McKiNNis, A , VC, Memphis, Tenn. ; Cl. yton S. Coover, ax a, VC, Okla. City; W. Patterson, VC, Frederick. Fifth Roii.-: Tommy Jacobs, + F A, rC, Purcell; Lolts Levy, II A ♦, IC, Ponca Citv; Rose E. Dritch, i:AT, VC, Tulsa; Jasper T. Hill, VC. Mavsville; John W. Drake, F A, VC, Okla. City; Vernon K. Davis, UC, Okla. City; Mar R. Stephenson, A t , UC, Wewoka. Sixth Row: Lee O. Hall, -l- K Z, VC. Fairvieu ; Marcarite M. Hanley, A +, UC, Okla. Cit ; Morton J. Adels, n A , UC, Tyler, Tex. ; Robert E. CjILLiland, VC, Houston, Tex.; Mad- ELON J. Wyrick, a ' I , VC. Duncan; Robert L. BULLARD, VC, Noble; Jim R. E.arnest, B n, UC, Shawnee. Se-vfnth Row: Lloyd For.viby, UC, Harrah; Ted Z. E.aton, VC, Livermore, Pa. ; Dorothy D. Miller, A -b, VC, Okla. City; Guy C. Bart- cis, VC, Poteau ; Hector Mayorca, VC, Bogota, Colombia; Sue Dutton, A F A, VC, Ponca Citv; Doyle Fair, Ben, VC, Russell, Kan. Eighth Row: Vera C. Iske, F t B, UC, Nor- man ; Ralph G. Howe, VC, Enid ; Robert A. Herring, UC, Chelsea; Beverly- A. Chase, A , UC, Okla. Citv; Douglas R. Johnston, VC, Tulsa ; Larry A. Sitrin, n A i , VC, Tulsa ; Amherst Merrman, " K 2, VC, Detroit, Mich. Math Row: Jim E. Duncan, K A, UC, Okla. Citv; Pat L. W, rd, AX P., VC, Grove; Leigh B. Dennis, A X A, VC, Aberdeen, S. Dak. ; Er- nest L. Lippert, at, VC, Okla. Citv; Suzanne Skinner, A , VC, Okla. Citv; J. G. RRv Wil- son, AT, VC, Chandler; John R. Thomson, n K A, rC, Okla. City. Tenth Row: Peter A. Trav.aclini, UC, Yon- kers, N. Y. ; James H. Duck, VC, Tulsa; Jerry J Scott, K:S, UC, El Reno; Joyce L. Hames, VC. Norman ; Lloyd F. Tugwell, — X, I ' C, Duncan; Ben E. Taylor, Hi, VC, Mount Ver- non, 111.; Marie Hayes, A , rC, Duncan. Ele-tvnlh Row: John W. Rogers, B fl n, VC. Tulsa; Suzanne Bonaparte, A , VC, Okla. City; Robert P. Tharp, A P. VC, Ponca City; John E. Fraunfei.der, VC, Elm Grove, Wis.; Helen E. Praecer, A X 12, VC, Washington, D. C. ; Martin E. Shosid, n A t, rC, Sherman, Tex. ; Joe B. Cleaver, UC, Wetumka. Twelfth Row: A. Phillips. A A n, VC, Wewoka; John A. Elkin, VC, Tulsa; Jack A. Barney, 2 A E, UC, Guthrie; Jane A. Worley, - r A, UC, Shreveport, La. ; Robert W. Da ' , t ' C, Tulsa ; Jeane Sherrod, A , UC, Ponca City; Merrill W. Clute, VC. Stockton, . ' i Shots cdiiit off iind slips sliih up tis Alphti Phi. First Rom;: Jons ' C. Smith, UC, Tulsa; Benjamin M. Travlor, I ' C, Davis; Marian- J. Palmer, AT, YC, Okemah ; BiiL E. I.ockiiart, TC, Okla. Citv ; Charles W. (Jillespie, ! Kw, CC, Okla. City; Grandvh.le C. Northern " , VC, Norman; Don L. Delaplain, I ' C, Hardin Citv; Marilena Hedrick, AT, VC, Muskogee; James C. Sorev, Jr., IC, Okla. Citv; Ronald S. Smith, i; A E, IC, Edmond. fuesiueii Third Roii-: James E. Kelm, IC, Okla. City; William E. Kakish, I ' C, Hartshorne; Melvvn D. Abels, 11 A t , CC, El Dorado, Kan.; Jidy Fir.LE-i, AT, CC, Woodward; Tom H. O ' Neal, UC, Okla. Citv; William T. CiORDOS. Ai , rC, Tulsa; Janev L. Frev, I ' ' t ' H, CC, Cleveland; Robert W. Ferrin, A , UC, Okla. City; Kenneth R. White. Acacia. CC, Okla. City; Cari E. Griffik, UC, Wickett, Tex. Fourth Roil.-: Donald L. Zixk, CC, Tulsa; Wayne B. Fessenden, CC, Black- well; Nancy J. Marchant, r-J B, CC, Okla. City; Frank, ATfi, rC, Hennessev; James Knowlton, ATA, CC, Evanston, 111.; Ivan A. Oden, AZ , CC, Freeport, Tex.; Roger B. Clay, A r 4 , CC, Okla. Citv; Mary L. Mulky, KKF, UC, Okla. Citv; James J. Swope, A i: !■, VC, Kansas Citv, Mo. ; Joel H. Blake, A T, UC, Okla. Citv. Fifth Roii-: R. Milton Laird, Acacia, CC, Okla. City; Lee Campbell, T + B, CC, Tulsa; Robert C. Larason, Acacia, UC. Okla. Citv; Fred B. Groves, AT!!, VC, Hollis; James £. Binklev, AT ' . ' , CC. Hennessev; Henry J. Berry, HA , VC, Tvler, Tex.; Ch.arles E. Rambo, VC. Okla. Citv; Helce O. Hamann, VC, Copenhagen, Denmark; Frances A. Samuels, Norman; Warren E. Andrews, AX, LX, Bartlesville. AT, VC, Second Row: Julian R. Wise, UC, Dallas, Tex.; Dorothy J. Combs, AT, UC, Norman; Marcus E. T.aylor, UC, Shawnee; Horace H. Schlittler, VC, Duncan; Albin R. Palczynski, Jr., L ' C, Springfield, Mass:; Edmund R. KiRKLAND, K A P, UC, Roosevelt; Lerov Richey, VC, Norman; L. Paul Stamps, VC, Wynnewood ; Barbara A. Davis, F " t " B, VC, Ponca City; Charles D. Rook, VC, Chevenne. Sixth Roiv: Helen E. Hedlev, A F, UC, Houston, Tex.; Rich.ard C. Aldek, A2+, UC, Bartlesville; Bill D. Amend, Ail , UC, Okla. Citv; Jim But- ler, a:: , VC, Okla. city; Clarence L. Strance, A i: •!■, VC, Okla. City; David A. Paulk, IC, Holdenville; Donal E. Ruminer, CC, Okla. City; Marion R. Stauffer, VC, Tulsa; Eugene C. Stafford, UC, Keyes; Carol J. Ansel, F 1 B, UC, Norman. Page 178 1 First Roil-: Joe E. Burke, A X A, UC, Okla. City; Pat Murrei.l, T • K, UC, Okla. City; Edward B. Burke, VC, Hobbs, N. Mcx. ; Henry P. JOYNER, VC, McAlester; Joseph M. Part- RiDCE, I ' C, Okla. City; Betty M. Rau.s, T !• H, L ' C, . ' tnka ; BiM. E. Watson, CC, Norman. Second Roii-: (Jeorge B. Haucer, -i T, VC, Tulsa; Ceorce F. Koi.ze, AT, UC, Campbell, Calif.; Shirley L. McKinney, P B, VC, Oke- mah; Morris S. Miehi,, 2 AM, I ' C, Louisville, Ky. ; P. T MooDV, K A 6, VC, Muskogee; Frank R. BiACKWEM., A 1 f, VC, Midland, Te.x. ; Robert F. Lucy, A :: +, rC, Okla. City. Third Roiv: N ' ita Batemav, K K P, rC, Bar- tlesville; Jimmy L. Focieson " , A T n, VC, Ana- darko; Richard D. Porter, AX, UC, Bartles- ville; Martha A. Richards, K A B, UC, Tulsa; Donald L. Hoi.iey, Acacia, VC, Mangum; Joe Friou, A2 I , VC, Okla. Citv; Richard L. Walker, VC, Okla. City. Foi rlh Roiv: Robert P. Baughmak, K 2, VC, Ponca Citv; Ann Butler, K A 0, VC, Altus; Donald D. Dhonau, K 2, UC, Little Rock, Ark.; Dale R. Warner, VC, Geary; Margaret D. Fell, n B +, VC, Norman ; Bob C. Duncan, AX, UC, McAlester; Billy J. Van Meter, AX, UC, Okla. City. Fiftli Roil.- Iacques M. Fauteu.v, VC, Mon- treal, Canada; Ed H. Holland, VC, Donna, Tex.; Ann Avery, TIB , VC, Kingfisher; Richard A. Venna, VC, Quincy, Mass. ; GuN- nar W. Anderson, K 2, UC, Hugo; Robert D. Turner, Acacia, VC, Okla. Citv; Sue Cross- land, n B +, VC, Tulsa. Six-Ill Roiu; James W. Hendrick, i A fi, XC. Amarillo, Tex.; Bill Neal, A O, VC, Okla. Citv; Robert D. Woolley, i " A 0, UC, Stnne- Tvail ; Jean Perry, n B I , UC, Tulsa ; Ray Ogden, ax, VC, Menn; Jane A. Dameron, VC, Tulsa; John M. Duffie, Jr., K 2, VC, Hope, Ark. Seventh Roin: Milly Wilson, KKF, UC, Ard- more ; Donald G. Birchum, A e, VC, Nor- man; Billy F. Spohrer, VC, Drummond; Rob- ert C. Bailey, f ' A R UC, Okla. Citv; George H. Barkley, VC, Calgary, Canada; Dave G. Wantland, K 2, VC. Edmond ; Dana Dalton, n B , VC, Norman. Eighth Rozv: Joseph N. Allen, Jr., A B, VC, Muskogee ; Harold R. Massey, UC, Wetumka ; Carol Higdon, A A IT, UC, Okla. City; Fred R. Martin, VC, Martha ; Yvonne Elsea, A X 0, UC, Okla. Citv; Tommy T. Randall, { A B, VC, Amarillo. Tex.; Arthur P. Gorman, A B, VC, Bartlesville. Ninth Rotv: Bob L. Smith, UC, Hobart; Cleta M. Stroud, VC, Weatherford ; Thomas C. Crooks, VC, Weleetka ; William R. Brown, l Ae, VC, Springfield, Mo.; George Carna- HAN, ■! A fl. VC, Wichita, Kan. ; Dorothy T- Sartin, VC, Okla. Citv; Jack M. DeWees ' e, VC, Tulsa. Tenth Roii-: U.w, D. Hudson, UC, Martha; Edwin K. Greene, VC, Covington, Ga. ; An- gela Ci.EARY, X.Q, VC, Ponca City; Claude B. Holmes, VC, Harrison, Ark.; Marilyn Nott, A , UC, Okla. Citv; William E. Schroeder, VC, Okla. City; RoisERT F. W. tson, UC, Indi- anola, Tnwa. Eleventh Rov:: W. B. Driver, VC, Sulphur; Francis Y. Grubb, UC, Tulsa ; Kay Records, UC, Norman; Charles A. Matuszak, VC, Bar- tlesville; Donald P. Meyer, VC, Geary; Phyl- lis J. Hersh, 2 at, VC, Wichita, Kan.; James M. McGee, VC. Dallas, Tex. Tirelfth Rnii;: Billie D. Moore, VC, War Acres; Clifford T. Norris, AX, UC, Okla. City; Billy R. Bennett, VC, McMan ; Harold L. Simonson, UC,. Okla. City; Billy E. Tin- dell, VC, Springfield, Mo.; Clarence C. Brown, VC. Okla. City; Patricia L. Law son, UC, Wellington, Kan. Page 179 " Mas it retdly untied. ' " says Li a Stoner as Barbara Bizzell fixes bow and Halter Rat iff refrains from an ungentlenianly look at Phi Delt formal. nmm TInrJ Ko-zi-: Robert (J. McCuK, Ben, IC, Eureka, Kan.; Li " Anne Lar- KiNs, AI " , LC, Okla. City; Veri. D. Smith, IT, Colo. Springs, Colo.; Bern. ri) Susm. n, a M, rC, Muskogee; Vf.ri.ene J. Mitchell, VC, Nor- man; S.AMMv Grimes, LC, McAlcster; Fr.ank C. Therrei.l, VC, Laurel, Miss.; S.M.I. V H. FoGARTY, AXn, UC, Okla. City; Elvin II. Palmer, VC. c;nlvistc)ii, Tex.; Jerry B. Allford, ATA, VC, McAlester. l-uiirlh Kmv: Bob W. Stewart, IN, VC. Okla. Citv; Harold C. Poole, TC, Camden, .Ark.; Gutnn B. McMahan, A X i2, VC, Houston, Te.v. ; Bill Wau- DELL, ' Ki:, CC, Okla. Citv; Freddy I.evine, H A I ' , IC, El Dorado, Kan.; Johneli. Preston, AXH, I ' c, El Reno; Jim B. Snow, Btt II, IC. Okla. Citv; Byron H. Sch. ff, Ben, UC, Shrevcport, La.; Norma L. Smith, VC. Shaw- nee; Richard W. Lock, A X A, VC, Okla. City. First Roii.-: Bill Palmer, i: A E, VC, Edmond ; R. Don Henry, A :; , VC. Tulsa; Barbara A. Barrick, A +, VC, Mt. ' ernon, 111.; Gail K. McGhee, ATS2, UC, Okla. Citv; Aaron C. Little, VC, Mincn; Cvnthalice O. Baker, XSi, VC, Houston, Tex.; Bill Armor, BHII, VC. Canton; Lee C. Stoi.dt, AT, UC, Okla. City; Vernodene Rabb, AT, UC, Marlow; Tom W. Tiurs- tox, + K: , VC, Norman. Fifth Roii. - Betty A. Steward, F B, VC, Okla. Citv; Roy Wilson, H K A, VC, Purcell; Herbert S. Scott, II K A, VC. Guthrie; Ann Williams, A Z A, VC, Okla. City; Albert L. Welsh, H -) n, VC, Okla. City; John M. Hall- ren, B h n, VC, Fairview; Barbara A. Meai.ey, VC, Holdenville; Harold R. Messmore, nKA, VC, BartlesviUe ; Jeff Underwood, A T 2, VC, Hope; Reita M. Toaz, VC, Limestone CJap. Second Roil-: Nina J. Breithaupt, AT, VC, Okla. Citv; J. Forrest Barn- well, BHII, UC, Burlington, N. C. ; Charles R. Guthrie, K A, VC, Wakita ; Angie Cox, AAA, VC, Pauls Valley; Lee B. Thompson, BHII, UC, Okla. City; Gerald L. Fine, -AM, VC, Louisville, Kv. ; Harriet N. Rutledce, XJ2, UC, Norman; Lauren L., K A P, re, Hedrick; Ken.veth E. QuiGG, AT, UC, Tulsa; Paula C. Boren, AAA, VC, Lubbock, Tex. Sixlli Roiv: Donald L. Walters, VC, Keves; Carolyn Hicks, UC. Okla. City; Bob Sw.atek, K A, VC, Okla. City; Steve Fisher, VC, Cordell; La- Verne L. Janzen, Bus., Custer; Attif S. Hallaway, VC, Seminole; Edwin J. Whitney, UC, Okla. City; Sallie L. Ricker, K K F, VC, Tulsa; Donald c;. Holinsworth, UC, Blackwell ; Dan Overton, B H II, UC, Muskogee. Page 180 Fiisl Rok: Wiir.iAM S. Durham, ■!■ K i, V( Niirman ; Patsv CJ. Miller, II H -I ' , re, Anl- more; Robert W. Brinlee, •! K i), ( ' ( ' , Tulsa; Tommy E. Hartman, K i), UT, Okla. City; Kent Blaine, ' I ' K i;, rc, EiiicI ; Melissa A. Wardei.l, II H ' I ' , fC, Norinaii ; (Seorge M. BKAniiEM), ' I ' V . IC, Okla. Citv. SnonJ Roil-: Bill W. Rucks, !■ I " -i, IT, Okla. Cit ; Tho.mas S. Rogers, ■ K i), rc, Mountain- view; Beatrix M. Mukoz, VC, Caracas, ' ene- zuela; RoN ' Ai.n F. Barton, Jr., AX, rC, Okla. Citv; Charlotte ?. ck, :S i T, VC, Kan. Citv, Mo.; William ]. Robinsov, ' M ' -i, Vi Okla. Citv; loE S. OuEss, rc. Crane, Mo. Third Row: Rosa B. Valto , VC, N ' orman; John T. Teska, AT, rC, Baton Rouge, La.; A. V. Jones, K 2:, VC, Albanv, Tex. ; Bob Roop, + rA, VC. Tulsa; Bill A. Robinson, ' T A, VC, Alva; OiVier Pierson, 1 ' T A, VC, Okla. Citv; Norma J. Penhall, P ' I ' B, VC. Clinton. Fourtit Rot:.-: EmvARD F. Webb, -t ' K r, rC, Elk City; Sherman J. Cohen, IT A , rC. Kansas City, Mo.; Blanche E. Weaver, VC, Fletcher; Robert C. Fancher, ' I ' K 2, VC, Geary; Betty L. Rambo, at, VC, Norman; Charles M. Weiss, TlA t; VC, Gotebo; Davio R. Ruther- FORO, n K A, rc, Altus. Fiflh Ro-u - Bob Zi.otkv, n A ■ , VC. Omaha, elir. ; Barbara L. Buli.ard, AT, VC, Norman: John M. Ewing, K A, VC. Norman; RiCHARn D. Green, VC. Guthrie; Dwight R. Moore, A XA. VC. Atoka; Doris E. Pappas, VC. Okla. Citv; John A. Cole, ATA, VC, Okla. City. Sixth Row: Ruth A. Tyler, K K F, VC, Shaw- nee ; Robert M. Silberc, n A , VC. Kansas City, Mo. ; Floyd J. Braziel, VC, Mobile, Ala. ; James W. Hoffman, TC, Maude; Thomas A. Campbell, VC, Randlett; Harris R. Barker, rc, Okla. Citv; Margaret E. Marshall, n B rc, Norman. Seventh Row: Sam B. Rosenberg, IT A I , rc, Ft. Worth, Tex.; J. L. Tramel, I ' C, Salina ; Carole Kerr, K K F, fC, Ada ; Howard K. Berry, S X, VC, Okla. Citv; Martha E. Seale, KKF, VC, Okla. Citv; Jerald E. Summers, VC, Seminole; Dan H. Procter, UC, Chicka- sha. Eighth Row: W. O. Neal, VC, Wanette; Charleen C. Caldwell, ri B, VC, Norman; HowARn L. R.MKiN, nA t , VC, Okla. City; Franklin E. Bell, I ' C, Amarillo, Tex.; Albert T. HocH, rc, Okla. Citv; Virginia L. Pollard, ri B, UC, Okla. City; James M. Hunter, VC, Marianna, Ark. Xi itli Row: Martha A. Ferguson, K A fl, VC, Dallas, Tex.; Tom W. Tillman, 2 X, VC, Mangum; T ' ai. R. Hutchins, I ' C, Nowata; Jim Yarberry, - X. i:c, Houston, Tex. ; Charles Ostrander, 2 X, VC, Okmulgee ; Eddie Mur- ray, 2 E, VC, Tulsa ; Blanche A. Clarkson, KKF, VC, Okla. City. Tenth Row: Douglas McBride, 2 X, rC, Ada; Michael Baca, 2 " I ' K, VC, Santa Fc, N. Mex. ; Patricia A. Pike, VC, Guthrie; James D. Nay, 2 X, VC, Okmulgee; Carolyn Dickerson, K A 6, VC, Houston, Tex.; Jimmie L. Glasgow, 2 E, VC, Edmond; William F. Toevs, 2 N, rc. Great Falls, Mont. Eleventh Row: Richard B. Smith, 2 A E, VC. Okla. City; Dorothy A. Lester, I ' C, Okla. City; Ralph E. Helper, 2 X, VC, Mangum ; Sanford L. Greenberc, 2 a 11, rC, Wichita, Kan.; Don Daucherty, O K , VC, Tulsa ; Barbara J. Carson, I ' C, Norman; James T. O ' Rourke, fiK K rc, Tulsa. Twelfth Row: Barbara L. Hopper, AAA, VC, Bartlesville; Ai.AN A. Norwood, 2 X, VC, Okla. City; Charles E. Rogers, 2 A E, rC, Okla. City; Laurence B. Wolfberg, 2 A JI, VC. Wichita, Kan.; Richard A. Elms, 2 X, VC, Erick; Claude M. Jones, 2 A E, VC, Okla. City; Phyllis L. Hoodenpyl, VC, Okla. City. Page 181 Boys find lln darndcsl times to call hut ADPi flip (! hormh y tan still smile while draped in a tou ' el. First Roiv: Er.isoR Eastman-, K K r, IC, Okla. Cit ; James A. Loomer, AX A, IC, Okla. City; Charles H. Rosenberger, i: X VC, Tulsa; Dan A. Lawsov, - a K, rc, Sapulpa; 7 " ui.A D. McCartv, TC, Norman; EmviN (i. Miller, I ' C, Norman; LvsK A. White, K A, UC, Muskogee; Jerry D. Emes- hiser, ' I ' AH [-c, Okla. City; Jack B. Schwab, K A, rC, Okla. Cin ; Kave KiEiiL, AAA, rc, Okla. City. FSESiyEN Thnd «Mt.- BoBtiiE I.. RoBERSON, rc, Okla. Cit ; James E. Pensev. i: X. rc, Okla. Cilv; Lois J. Flippen, A A II. rC, El Reno; L. Orasses. •t. AH rc, Norman; D.ave Raipe, A T !2, rc, Pauls Vallev; Pail E. De- (;rafkesreii), -t-Ki;, rc, Okla. City; Steves D. Tomlisson, A X A, IC, Okla. Citv; Marilvv M. Duncan, A A II, CC, Muskogee; Howard F. Stone, ■I ' K -, rc, Okla. City ; Gi.ede V. Vavgh.n, i: X, CC, Cushing. Fuurll, Rov.-: RiciiARn G. Keeran, I ' C, Tulsa; Dick F. Ellis. M ' A, TC, Okla. City; John P. Jenness, + T A, fC, Muskogee; Doi.i.iE A. Ream, K A H, rc, Wichita, Kan.; Ronald T. Paschall, + T A, rC, . rilmore; Samiel R. Bergman, i: A M, rC, Wichita, Kan.; CJreta A. Dean, A P A, fC, Dallas, Tex.; Fred F. Smith, !■ K i:, IC, Wewoka; Dean S. Sandmen, " A , CC, Tulsa; Joe S. Nelson, Jr., ATA, rC, Okla. Citv. Fifth Roii - John E. W. GNER, i: A E, Law Fr., Chandler; Marv D. Diggav, rc, Ntirman; James E. Swain, Acacia, I ' C, Okla. Citv; Charles D. Hixon, Acacia, IC, Okla. Citv; Don L. H.m.l, IC, Okla. Citv; Charles W. H.:vrri- SON, rc, Norman; Reed McAlister, KHIl, (C, Ponca Citv; .Alan R. DvsART, -I- FA, rc, Tulsa; Wall. ce, AAA, VC. Okla. Citv; Win iam O. Callawav, r A, VC, Sentinel. Si(nnd Roil-: Charles D. Ptacek, CC, Medford ; Carole Williams, A •! , rc. Woodward; Bill Emerv, A 6, CC, Bartlcsville; P. trick Gorman, B K-l ' , rc, Okarchc; Don D. Cohlmia, Acacia, I ' C, Waynoka ; Tom C. Oden, rc, Altus; Richard D. Kimball, KA, VC, Canton; Charles L. Heard, K A, VC, Tulsa; Edhh Ramsey, X i!, VC, Tulsa; Robert L. Mitchell, VC, Tampa, Fla. Hil Sixth Ro-v..- Amelia Brown, X 12, L ' C, Wewoka; Jim R. Snider, KHIl, VC. Perkins; Charles L. Blankenship, OKA, VC, Wewoka; John (i. Mathias, KHIl, VC, Okla. Citv; JAV R. Burns, II K A, VC, Okla. Citv; M. RY B. Kruger, X 2, rc, Okla. City; George B., + A H, VC, Dallas, Tex.; Charles Armour, ' T A, VC, Pauls allev; Dudley D. Morgan, Jr., KHIl, VC, Tulsa; Virginia J. Davis, A A 11, rC, Norman. Page 182 hiisl Raw: Rai M(iM) E. TiifiiMHR, A X A, I ( ' , Okla. ( ' it ; Oorothv V. Young, IT, Okla. City; Jim ' Lea, " K A, IT, Okla. City; Jacuik- MVE Fenkf.ssf.v, UC, Okla. Citv; Benjamin F. Troitman, a to, rC, Henrvetta; Jov C. Ifs- TKR, VC, Amarillii, Tex.; Oavid W. Rices, Ai ' l ' , rc, Okla. City. Snond Rniu: Emmeit Wii.siin, Jr., I ' C, W ' xniu- wood; Murray B. Sieuart, I ' C, Muskogee; TnM K. Sawyer, (C, Lindsay; Mary J. Pay- ton, rC, ' ermillion, S. Dak.; James P. Stii.i.- WEi.i,, rC, Waurika; Danny E. Coshrove, Z ' rc, Okla. Citv; Jui.ia J. Bei.i., CC, Hal- las, Trx. Third Roiv: Wesley Whiti.ock, A T SJ, re, Okla. City; Ci.enda J. Pilant, VC, WelliiiKlon, Kan.; Thomas J. Kenan, -X, fC, OkmiilKte; JiMMiE I.. Litton, A X A, rC, Okla. City; (iRACE E. Brett, CC, Toronto, Canada; War- ren K. Jordan, HHII, ' C, Ht-aUlton; James O- Jarkk I I, 1 ■( ' , Trmple. Fourtli Row: Jack Brooks, A T 2, UC, Guthrie; Bii.i. Addison, ! ' K i;, I ' C, Tulsa; Lila J. Weeks, I ' C, Okla. Citv; Chester L. Bvnum, liAK, rc, Okla. Citv; D.wid C. Johnston, A l ' t; rc, Okla. Citv; Favne D. Juedeman, rc, Edna; Charles A. Stowe, +AH rC, Nor- man. Fijlh «MC.- Tom J. Alley, Bell, rc, Tulsa; Dick Dial, ' I- F A, UC, Okla. City; Adolph G. ToMME, rc, Durant; Beverly ' J. Chapman, rc, Watonga; J. ' iCK Dyer, + F A, VC. El Reno; Wallace R. Sanders, VC, Boyce City; Char- i.ENE A. Kahanek, rc, Prague. Sixth Roic: George R. Lane, A i: +, IC, Okla. City; Mary J. Rahhal, UC, Weleetka ; Bert Plemons, UC, Okla. Citv; James G. Cooper, UC, Monroe; Cuba Evans, UC, Okla. City; Bill Pugh, VC, Anadarko; Robert D. Austen, VC, Trumansburg, N. Y. Sivenlh Row: Sherman A. Creson, UC, Semi- nole; Carrol Ballard, + F A, VC, Pauls Val- ley; Dan Coulter, ' F A, I ' C, Ardmore; Mar- JORIE L. Morgan, VC, Sherman, Te. . ; Clyde R. Ferguson, ■! ' F A, UC, Marlow ; E. Frances T.-VYLOR, VC, Okla. Citv; James C. Carter, VC, Richmond, Mo. EiRhlh Roil.-: Walter R. Shuttee, A T, VC, El Reno; Herbert K. Hyde, :: X, VC, Okla. City; Rosemary T. Kozel, I ' C, Ft. Smith, Ark.; Roi T. We.wer, -t-K , UC, Okla. Citv; Clark B. Wysong, II K A, VC, Okla. City; Bernard M. Roberts, -AM, UC, Nowata; Pat Johnson, VC, Okla. Citv. Mnlh Roiv: Dean Rinehart, ' {■ F A, VC, El Reno; Mary L. Whitaker, VC, Bellville; Wil- liam R. Smith, K i:, UC, C}uvmon ; Jimmy R. Bond, ' I ' K , UC, Dallas, Tex.; Margaret E. Camp, VC, Okla. City; Bob Short, K A, VC, Midland, Tex.; Richard L. Jenks, VC, Okla. Citv. Trnlh Row: Neely P. Harper, A :; l ' , VC, Okla. City; Harold K. Hoyt, K A, UC, Holiart; Cei.estine M. Brennan, A , VC, Norman; Boyd L. Kliewer, VC, Orienta ; Wallace H. Franklin, K A, UC, Hugo; L. Bryson, VC, Drumright; R. Brown, VC, Deni- son, Tex. Eiivtnlh Roic: D.wid P. Huntington, VC, Norman; J. CK D. Eubank, KA, UC, Okla. City; Michael L. McGee, ATA, UC, Midland, Tex.; BoBEYE L. Hefley, VC, Texline, Te. . ; Alan C. Calkin, B B IT, UC, Guthrie; Thomas G. Maskai.eris, VC, Sparta, Greece; Peggy J. Weis, VC, Okla. City. Twelfth Row: William T. Lunsford, VC, Okla. City; Harold Charney, -AM, VC, Hen- rvetta; Leslie Pierce, A Z +, VC. Shawnee; L. W. Roberts, A T J {-f- pkla. City; Patricia L. Patrick, VC, Sand Springs; Ji.mmy M. Rob- ertson, Ail ' l ' , VC, Okla. City; Franklin C. Thrower, UC, Hartshorne. Page 183 A ' y riplion, iiiiisu III B.O.Q. hoiisi party puts all 111 III! attentive iiwud. First Roiv: Thank Hatcher, A X A, UC, Okla. Citv; Barbara Casteei., ATA, IC, Earlsbornugh; Wallace F. Sorrels, ATA, VC, Okla. City; Jo Akk Abernathv, IC, Okla. City; Hexrv Kuilasz, IC, Cjary, Iiid.; Vir- ginia C. LiNDSEV, X !2, UC, Norman; Harold D. Bryant, I ' C, Bristow; Mar- JORIE C. Mavn-ord, VC, Midwest City; Jack L. Leggett, IC, Carmi, III.; P-VTricia D. Lester, A r A, UC, Norman. fsesiyEN TliirJ RuzL-: Don D. Anderson, ATA, LC, Tulsa; M. RV L. Ligon, VC, Okla. City; Irvin L. CJai.i.aspv, i: + K, I ' C, Okla. Citv; CJerald G. Barto.n, UC, Okia. City; WvNE.MA Watson, VC, Okla. City; Richard A. Stark, I ' C, Ridsfwood, N. J.; Eddie B. Crouder, 1 F A, I ' C, Muskogee; Jacolei.vv A. Williams, VC, nrumright; Ricilvrd F. B kkr, li A K, UC, Tulsa; Norma J. .McMillan, UC, Okla. Cit . Fiiiirlli Roi -: Marlvnxe White, UC, Okla. Citv; Bill 1). Kale, i: X, VC, Edmond ; Marv C. Wallace, AAA, UC, Tulsa ; Dick Barber, •! F A, UC, Muskogee; Paul A. Leap, UC, Okla. City; Shirley J. Haberi.e, UC, Okla. City; Jack R. Connelly, 8 K 1 , VC, Tulsa; CJeorge L. Winneberger, VC, Okia. City; RiTH ' . Johnson, UC, Okla. City; Robert CJ. Swyden, UC, Clinton. Fiilh Roil. ' : Richard Heiton, Ben, LX, Muskogee; Connie I). Birbilis, VC, Tulsa; Jack W. Paine, ■! K ' , UC, Okla. Citv; Lida J. Hlrst, UC, Okla. City; J. Clark Jones, ' l Ki:, UC, Mangum; Joe Ma. ey, i: N, VC. Shawnee; Barbara S. Shirey, VC. Duncan; Raymond M. Rhodes, VC. Springfield Clardens, N. Y. ; James I. Hri.i., -X, VC. Okmulgee; NLxrii.yn NL Davis, AXO I ' Q Canton. Si-ionJ Ro u. ' : Barbara E. Meek, UC, Healdton; Tho.mas L Carroll, Jr., •1 A0, ITC, Okemah; Dorothy D. Howell, VC, M ' eatherford ; Lauson L. Logan, - + E, UC, Muskogee; Jimmy F. Paiterson, 1 ' A (-), VC, Odessa, Tex.; Nancy P. Yarbrough, VC, Seminole; Richard H. Patten, ATA, yc, Nor- man; Belsur E. Bristow, K A P, VC, Blue Island, 111.; Esteli.e Katz, VC. Tulsa ; Roger C. Clark, B h II, VC. Tulsa. Sixth Roil-: Laura D. ' orkman, UC, Seminole; John M. Houston, VC, Okla. Citv; Barbara T. Head, VC, Muskogee; Paul J. Hendri.v, UC, Holden- ville; R. W. Sargent, UC, Okla. Citv; Betty A. Jordan, UC, Moore; Harry Holt, ATA, rc, Tulsa; Gaylon Walker, UC, Altus; . I. E. Reynolds, Jr., ' C, Norman; James N. Booth, UC, Camden, Ark. Page 184 First Row: Kari.a S. Samielsohv, SAT, rC, Kansas Citv, Kan. ; Roger C. McDL■FFE , - N, VC, Okla. Citv; Donna P. Manv, A ! , IT, Okla. City; K ' aye J. King, VC, Okla. City ; I. Morrow, VV, Okla. City; William W. EvAN-s, i; X, VV, Burger, Tex. ; Dolores K. Eris, a r, VC, Okla. City. Second Row: Joseph H. Abrigiit, A TO, rC, Dallas, Tex.; Joh.mece C. Howe, T ' C, Norman; Martha A. Benmng, X S!, fC, Norman; Fred V. Baker, - N, VC, Okla. City; Mary I. Irby, VC, Alms; Doris A. Haak, I ' C, Texarkana, Ark.; Dick R. Baker, VC, Okla. City. Third Row: Carol J. Driskill, ATA, VC. Mollis; Bill R. Cleaver, A i; ' 4 ' , rC, Welectka ; Bobbie J. Slatten, VC, Elk City; Do.nald L. IIenson-, VC, Tulsa; Mary J. Frederick, A A 11, rC, Watonga; Robert C. Starzer, I ' C, Nor- man; Dorotiive Cohen, -AT, VC, Pine Bluff, Ark. Fourth Row: Leslie E. Thompson ' , 2 tE, VC, Claremore; Donna J. Johnson, A A n, VC, Seminole; Paul B. Lindsev, K2, VC, Okla. City; Iris F. Kahn, 2 AT, UC, Seminole; Charles V. Rover, 2 X, rC, Okla. City ; JuANiTA K. Gardner, VC, Valliant; James H. Argo, 1 K2, rC, Norman. Fifth Row: Grace Schoonover, UC, Washing- ton, la.; Bob L. Hartman, UC, Okla. City; Carolyn- S. Barrett, A AH, VC, Tulsa; Frank J. Kern, VC, Okla. City; Maky H. Montgom- ery, rC, Okla. Citv; Jack Rodgers, 2 X, VC, Amarillo, Tex.; Helene L. Hurd, VC, Okla. Citv. Sixth Row: Manning C. Parris, VC, Louisville, Kv. ; Elaine F. Suttie, AAA, rC, San Antonio, Tex.; P. t Murphey, - N, UC, Ardmore; C. C. RI.ENE CJlitsch, VC, Okla. Citv; Ted H. King, :S X, VC, Okla. Citv; Mary C. Rucker, AAA, VC, Okla. Citv; Joe E. Talkington, ATn, VC. Anadarko. Seventh Row: Nancy M. Gambill, ATA, VC, Okla. Citv; Lloyd Henderson, 2 A E, VC, Mid- land, Tex.; Nancy E. Spencer, K A e, VC, Torreon, Mex. ; Bob Stamps, 2 X, UC, Shawnee; .Marion L. Giblet, UC, Okla. Citv; Stuart C. Bailey, + A H, VC, Springfield, 111.; Sandra Klostermyer, a r A, VC, Glen Ridge, N. J. Eighth Row: James T. McKnight, VC, Brit- ton; June M. Roberds, VC, Anadarko; Louis D. Doss, VC, Sioux Falls, S. Dak.; Mae F. Kidd, UC, CJrandfield; Clinton Atkins, VC, Ft. Stockton, Tex.; Jo Cl.oucH, K K T, VC, Nor- man ; Robert F. Levine, VC, Okla. City. A ' inlh Row: Jo Ann Parks, VC, Okmulgee; J.ACK A. Brown, VC, Dallas, Tex.; Beverly S. Schilling, VC, Okla. Citv; M. I. Neher, Jr., UC, Norman; Alice Nichols, VC, Okla. Citv; RICH.ARD J. Reed, A i: I , VC, Okla. City; Ei- i.AiNE R. AiKMAN, VC, Okla. Citv. Tenth Row: Robert F. Simons, 2 X, TC, Ok- mulgee; Joyce C. Adkins, UC, Antlers; Monte I,. Hopper, AAA, VC, Mc.Alester; Herbert E. Wiley, UC, Pauls Vallcv; Charlene Minick, VC, Okla. City; Gerree Coley, VC, HoUis; Bobby J. Lewis, VC, Norman. Eleventh Row: Joy Moff, UC, Covington; Dave Holbert, -I ' r A, VC. Bartlesville ; Hazel Steiner, UC, Cvril; Robert S. Hurtz, VC, New York, N. Y. ; Betty A. Frey, VC. Okla. City; John H. Carney, L ' C, Holdenville; Imogfnr Estes, VC, Altus. Twelfth Row: Tom R. Breit, KZ, VC, Okla. Citv; Beverly Kitchen, VC, Moore; Clara Z. Smith, A X i!, VC, Shawnee; Che.west E. Ham, VC, Maysville; Clarice J. Bailey, UC, Brit- ton; Mary C. Henry, UC, Norman; Richard B. McWhirt, UC, Arlington, Va. Page 185 nmm S K .1 1 1 P ' l i!! rwil y i:. ' fis t ' t too uiifu Pi pill full jo, i,ii. sal ,11 Ih. Third Rov:: Margarkt M. Stephenson, I ' C, Norman; Paula C. Bi.ackuei- DKR, ' C, Hobart; Brtsv Marki.and, K A 6, rC, Tulsa; Hugh Perrv, 2: A K, rc " , Tul a; Bette R. Brown, AT. UC, Okla. Citv ; Margaret R. Newman, re, nuraiit; Jack Long, IC, Dallas, Tex.; Joann ' G. Bickstaff, K A 6, fC, Uniistrm, Tex.; Nona OeShazo, IT, Dewev; Annette M. Taft, X ' .2, IX, Knid. i-ourlli Rov.: RiceiARi) L. Bohnsack, ATA, IT, OkmulKcc; P.URICIA R. Wii.- suN, I ' C, Niirmaii; Harriet Kmer, I ' C, Enid; Patricia R. Wilson, VC, Nor- man; John H. Rofk, BH [1, vC, Wewoka ; Nvta V. Tharp, I ' C. Okla. City; Barbara J. Jones, VC. Okla. Citv; Patsv Day. A I ' , CC, Muskogee; Owavne E. Godsev, HtMl, -c. Tulsa; Vvi oiiean Cornelison, V P H. VC. Norman. First RozL-: Diane Overand, I ' C, Okla. City; Martha L. Ei.kin, VC. Okla. Citv; Edward G. Bryant, - A E, rC, Cushing; Jidith H. Rvder, A T A, VC. Okia. City; Francis R. Willis, UC, Valliant; Sie A. Baughman, II B 1 , VC. Ponca City; Robert H. Grove, VC, Tyron, Pa.; Margaret J. Bullis, VC. Hennessey; Ann Thompson, K K r, rC, Ardmore; Frances A. Davis, IC, Texhoma. Fifth Rozi-: Naneen J. Campbell, VC, Pampa, Tex.; Beitv A. Jackson, I ' C, Okla. Citv; Reada L. Bridcewater, UC, Moore; Lois J. Hersh, -AT, I ' C, Tulsa; Timmie L. Collins, K K F, UC, Tulsa; Richard B. Miskell. K A, VC, Okla. City; Arlene Mitchell, X ii, UC, Enid; Mary S. Bitler, X 1. ' , VC, Norman; CJeneva DeWoi.f, VC, Kingston, R. L; Marjorie S. Davis, I ' C, Norman. . e,onJ Rok: Fave F. Schiff, UC, Healdton; Richard D. Thofs, i) ' t K, VC. Norman; (;wyn L Packnett, VC, Sulphur; Nancy E. Hyde, AAA, VC, Durant; Jean M. Fries, I ' C, Memphis, Tenn.; Jack M. Godfrey, + F A, CC, Madill; Jo Anne Noll, VC. Okla. City; Dolores J. Owens, A A II, rC, Beth- any; Patti Weaver, A F, cC, Evansville, Ind.; Richard I. Sii.berg, II . ' t ' , VC, Kansas City, Mo. .V .V 1 Roii-.- Jo Ann Keller, X!!, rC, El Reno; Rachel E. Stockton, XT. ' , rc. Tulsa; Nancy Slgg, K A H, VC, Okla. Citv; Eddie A. Keegan, + F A, rc. Chandler; Mary L. Lee, F -h B, VC, Norman; Mary F. Edminuson, A A II, IC, Seminole; Pat CJentry, A F A, CC, Healdton; SlRElTA Love, -AT, VC, Dallas, Tex.; Bernadine J. Horwitz, i: A T, VC. Tulsa; Mary S. Brown, VC, Okla. City. Page 186 ■ ' i --i ' ' y 3. llilIRS ' 1 1 ui ( iin! — five ininutis late iiith hnnk. moans Bill Short. r , c AlKX.WDKK Hack Al.I.RS- B AKRR Al I KS Karri Al r MAS Beicher ABOVE First Ro ' w: (jEORGE M. Abi.ah, Sr., Okln. City ; Leov Alexander, H A , Sr., Tulsa ; Roger D. Allek, I " 1 ' .i, Jr., Enid ; Rov M. Ali.ex, - a E, Jr., Cuthrit; Hiixvari) C. Ai.t.MAK, Sr., Okla. Citv. SriotiJ Row: Roland K. Arnold, ' I ' K i:, Sr., Duncan ; C. A. Back, Jr., Sr., Mans- field, Tex.; Thomas E. Baker, Sr., Okla. City; John E. Barry, - A K, Sr., Cluthric; Page H. Belcher, :S + E, Sr., Enid. First Rwu.-: John 1). HERR , Sr., Frederick; Helen F. BESt.EV, Sr., Pawnee; Robert W. Blackstock, Fr., Drumright; Bruce W. Bowman, Sr., Ardmore; BuDDV M. Bradshaw, Fr., Skiatook; Mack L. Brad- shaw, Sr., Seminole ; Jack L. Brock, Sr., Lawton ; Bill F. Blell, i: A E, Jr., Edmnnd ; Pail M. Bim- gardner, Sr., Newkirk. BELOW Sciniiti Row: Dan B. Bu zard, Sr., Pampa, Tex.; Ross N. Buzzard, Sr., Pampa, Tex.; John D. Cain, Sr., Ponca City; Earl F. Camp, Sr., Buffaln; Wayne N. Campbei.l, Sr., Okla. City; Gailen M. Cannon, Jr., Pawnee; Albert N. Case, Fr., Freder- ick; ' ESLEY Chalfant, K::, Jr., Cheyenne; Bin B. Chappell, i; .N, Jr., Phillips, Tex. TInr.l Roii - WiLLUM E. Clkmons, Sr., Buffalo, . v.; Harold D. Cook, K«II, Sr., Cuthrie; .Mil - ION C, Craig, i " E, Fr.. San Bernadinii, Calif.; I.i OM) E. Cri TciiFiEi I), .Acacia, Fr., Dacoma ; Wii - 1 1 " ). Clklee, i: ' h E, Fr., Okla. City; Herberi . I. Darks, Sr., Wetumka ; V. Rol)NE nE ' il.LiERS, Jr., Uuapaw; Frank S. DiCJrappa, -X, Sr., Ma - naid, Mass.; R. Wii 1 1 M Do iKR. Jr., -M " A, Jr., Okla. Cit . Berrv Buzzard Cl.EMONS Bksly Hi z ari) Blackstock Cain (KAic: Bowman Camp CKUICHI IKI.I) Bradshaw Campbell (rm FK Bradshaw Cannos I ' arks Hkock Case Dk ' illifrs Hi Fi.i ClIALl s 1 DKiRAPPA Bl MGARDNER Chappell DOZIEK ' A A J Duni.EV Hike KL ' Kl.f Em,[S Ei.i.isnN FARUEf.l. Ferrish Fn;r 1) FlNEHAN Fisher FlSK Fivw- Franklin- Freese French Froeh (Jarrison C;i.ASSCO ABOVE First Roiv: Edvviv W. Dudley, K A, Sr., Antlers; James H. Dlke, - ' , Sr., Ardmore; Gerald B. Ecklev, -X, Jr., Enid; George B. Ellis, Jr., Sr., Okla. City; James O. Ellison, A T rj, Jr., Tulsa; Marjorie O. Farwell. A ' , Sr., Ada; Edward H. Ferrish, Sr., Midwest City; Trvman- A. Fielh, Jr., Sr., Tur- ley; John L. Fineoan, A T J2, Jr., Pawhuska. Sniind Row: Donald R. Fisher, Sr., Okmulgee; James L. Fisk, K A, Jr., Nor- man; Arthur J. Flvnn, Jr., K i;, Sr., Bartlcsville; Samuel W. Franklin, A TO, Sr., Dewey; John M. Freese, i: X, Sr., Tulsa; Rali-h T. French, Fr., Sweetwater; Charles H. Froeb, ' A H, Sr., Okla. City; Denn - D. (Jarrison, B n, Jr., Nnrman; Fred A. Gi.ASSCO, - X, Fr., T ulsa. BELOW First Roii;: William G. CJoodwin, . " Kcacia, Jr., Texarkana, Tex. ; Thomas G. Grant, Jr., K i;, Sr., Tulsa; Walter CJrav, -X, Sr., Okla. City; Charles W. Gregory, Sr., Okla. City; Robert L. Gregory, A2 t , Sr., Enid; Sidney M. (Jroom, AX A, Jr., Bristow; John W. Hager, II K A, Sr., Mangum; Richard D. Hampton, Sr., Okla. Cit ; James T. Harris, Fr., Ozark, Mn. Second Roii:: Neai. W. Harris, Sr., Nnrman; Sam Harris, + A H, Jr., Okla. City; William E. Hei- MANN, A X A, Jr., Ada; Lloyd H. Henr , Sr., Shawnee; Francis J. Hopkins, Jr., h K •! , Sr., Ama- rillo, Tex.; William R. Horkey, •!• A h Sr., Tulsa; Winfrey D. Houston, Sr., Stillwater; Creed T. HUDDLESTON, HHII, Sr., Okla. City; William J. Himmer, - X, Sr., Okla. Citv. Third Roii-: Jake C. Hunt, Sr., Watiinga; John W. Hutchison, Jr., Wcwoka ; Francis S. Irvine, X, Sr., Stillwater; Red Ivy, Sr.. Waurika; Bill P. Jennings, -X, Sr., Healdtdu; Edward B. Johnson, - A K, Fr., . marilln, Tex.; Billy H. Jones, Sr., Muskogee; CHARLES JONES, K i. " , Fr., Okla. City; Robert E. Jones, Sr., Wichita, Kan. Goodwin H. ARRIS Hunt Grant Harris Hutchison c;ray Heimann Irvine Gregory Henry Ivy CiREGORY Groom Hopkins Horkey Jennings Johnson Hager Houston Jones Hampton huddlesion Jones Harris Hi .M.MER loNES JL UIIEII8 Lloyd Larkin mil Jim Enylctori inuan the Sicond ih ' ji ' tis t(j tin Mijimct lliill Miniiil. First Rok: Albert Kamas, Fr., Knowles; Ke - SKIH W. Lackey, Sr., Stuart; Robert E. Lee, ■I ' AH Fr., Okla. City; George V. Long, Sr., Okla. City; ( ' MARIES R Mai.ose, i: N, Sr., Rosucll, . Mex. Long Mll.I.ER Movers L I.OSE MONNF.T MlT.l.EV ABOVE Strand Roxi-: NuR.viAS R. Manning, - ' I ' IC, Fr., Okla. City; George C. Maison, A , Sr., Tulsa; Kenneth L. Meyer, Sr., Woodward; Fi f M) Mii- I er, Jr., Sr., . rdmore; En O. Monnet, - A K, Jr., Tulsa. ThirJ Razi: John 1). Montgomery, K A, Fr., Ho- hart; Warren CJ. .Morris, + K »l ' , Jr., El Dorado, Kan.; Robert F. Mowoy, AX, Sr., Coalgatc; Ver- non C. Movers, Sr., . rdmcire; James Mill. en, Sr., .Mc. lester. First Roiv: Rl ' SSei-I. W. " Pat " Murphy, Fr., Nor- man; Howard D. McCi.oub, Sr., Tulsa; Jack Mc- Clure, Sr., Norman; Royce C. McCutchen, Sr., Xnrman; Richarii D. McDonaid, Sr., Bartlesville ; OoNAi.n E. McFari.ane, Sr., Tulsa; Joseph B. McMui.i.iN, ATA, Jr., Tulsa; James P. Neal, Jr., HH II, Sr., El Reno; Freo S. Nei.sox, Fr., Tulsa. BELOW SrronJ Row: Robert L. Nuzum, ATA, Fr., Okla. City; Haroi.u N. 0[.ive, Sr., Carlshad, . ' . .Mex.; Otis L. Osborn, Sr., Shawnee; David J. Oven, Jr., ' 1 ' A H, Sr., Enid; Stephen W. Parker, Fr., Nor- man; Jack R. Parr, Sr., Edmond; Vernon L. Par- sons, St., Sulphur; Kenneth C. Perryman, Fr., Cyril; Joe J. Peters, -X, Jr., Okla. City. ThirJ Rwu.-: Wii i iam C., Sr., Cushing; J(]HN . . Piiii.iips. AT, Sr., Chandler; John C. PowEii, Jr., -X. Jr., Sulphur; Walter M. Pow- ell, - . ' , Fr., Sulphur; Boyd C. Priet, Sr., May- field; Allen C. Qletone, Jr., Lawtoii; James W. Raburx, Jr., Norman; Herbert E. Raney, Fr., Carmen; Colonel S. Ray, Jr., Sr., Okla. Citv. Murphy NUZUM PlIKI.PS McCi.oii) McClure Olive Osborn I ' ini I ii ' s Po vell McCutchen McDonald McFari.ane Neal Oven Powell Parker Pruet Parr Parsons Quetone Raburn Perryman R nk Nelson Peters r» n ( o r j First Roir: Tom J. Reeder, Sr., Dayton, Ore.; Robert R. Reeves, Sr., Pauls Valley; James M. Renecar, a to, Fr., Okla. City; William L. Rob- ertson, AXn, Sr., Okla. City; Adelbert C. Robin- son, ©S, Sr., Shawnee; George R. Robinson, Sr., Cement; Gene A. Roe, Fr., Denver, Colo.; Ale.xan- DER L. Rogers, Sr., Amarilln, Tex.; Brinn W. ROVSOEN, Sr., Minco. ABOVE Reeder Reeves Renecak Roberison Robinson Robinson Roe Rogers RoVSIfEN Rlbin Ruble Rucgles Rushing Saunders Sawver Scoti Sholer SllRUM Shultz Shlman Simmon Simpson Smith S.MriH Smiih Sniper Spoon er SeionJ Roic: Ariher E. Rubin, h 3, Sr., Fairland; Tom J. Ruble, Jr., Taloga ; CJareth, Sr., Davis; Richard L. Rushing, Sr., Shawnee; Robert C. Saunders, 1 " -i, Fr., Tulsa ; Lowell T. Sawyer, Sr., Norman; Roger M. Scott A X A, Fr., Okla. City; BiLi.v J. Sholer, Sr., Henrvetta; Wesley M. Shrlm, Sr., Norman. TliirJ Roi -: William B. Shultz, K i;, Sr., Chicka- sha ; Billy J. Shi;man, - A E, Sr., Lawton ; Hal K. Si.M.MON, K i), Fr., Muskogee; Truman B. Slmpson, Sr., Shawnee; Joe W. Smith, Sr., Altus; Merle c;. Smith, Jr., B O II, Fr., Guthrie; Ralph R. Smith, Sr., Tulsa; Joe Snider, + K 1 ' , Fr., Seminole; Rich- ard J. Spooner, Sr., Okla. City. BELOW First Roiv: Francis M. Stephenson, Sr., Drum- right; John G. Sullivan, Sr., Barnsdall; George W. SvANAS, Sr., El Reno; Jerry Talbert, I ' A, Sr., St. Joseph, Mo.; Thomas E. Taylor, Fr., Norman; Gene H. Thomas, - A E, Sr., Woodward; Ralph C. Thomas, Sr., Tulsa; Warren A. Thompson, Fr., Bristow; Louis F. Trost, M ' A, Fr., Okla. City. Stephenson Vandiver Wiedman Sullivan W.AGNER WlESE SVANAS Warren WlLC0. Second Rinx-: Donald R. Vandiver, Sr., Broken Bow; John E. W.acner, i: A E, Fr., Chandler; Ed- ward C. Warren, - A E, Sr., Hugo; George K. Washington, Sr., Norman; James R. West, I ' A, Fr., Okla. City; John E. Wheatley, ATA, Sr., Yukon; Joe D. Wheeler, Sr., Okla. City; Charles L. White, AX, Fr., Blackwell; Stansell White- side, - A E, Jr., .Mtus. Talbert Washington Third Ro-j.-: Wayne R. Wiedman, - A E, Fr., Nor- man; Robert M. Wiese, ATA, Sr., Okla. City; J. CK W. WiLco.x, ATS7, Sr., Seiling; James A. Williams, Fr., Claremore; Donald M. Wilson, ' • ' K ' , Jr., Norman; BILl. • L. Wise, - A E, Fr., Shawnee; C;eorge S. Wolbert, Jr., -X, Sr., Nor- man; John W. Young, Sr., Sapulpa; Kenneth L. VouNGBLOon, Sr., Lawton. »:; " lA l-irsi Ri,T.. hit In nghl: Bill Shnltr, Jerrv TalK-rt, Tom Crant, (,,..1-, 1. Ahhili. Hiiin W. Hnuman, Bruiui W. Ri)Vsden, Ceiirge V. LciriH, Wa.WK- N, Camphell, Jack R. Parr, John V. Hagcr, l. L. MacliLsmv, j,.hii c;. Sullivan. Srrntnl Row: Arthur J. Flynn, Jr., Red Ivy, Bill Shultz, Richard J. Spo.mer, Jnc W. Smith. William E. Clrmdns, . nna B. Xovotny, Earl F. Camp, Adelbert C. Robinson, Walter CJray, William L. Fry, Jr. Thud Rrm ' : T. E. Shaw, H. N. Olive, ]( e O. Wheeler, Ross N. Buzzard, Dan B. Buzzard, Ralph C. Thomas, Donald R. Fisher, Jack L. Brock, J. P. Neal, Tom J. Rceder, Learned Hand. Fiiiirtli Rniv: Jesse B. Beaird, Jr., Ellis Booker, [r., Truman B. Simpson, Lowell T. Sa v er, James Mullen, B. J. Shuman, |oe Richard, Vernon Parsons, R. C. McCutcheon, Joe L. Hayuard, Robert R. Reeves. OFFICERS Hez Bls.sev DWIGHT MoRG.W John Barr- - . RovcE McCl ' tcheon JoHX Herrv (Ieorci-; Rdhin ' sox . I ' resideiit ' ice- President Secietarv-Treasurer Senior Representative to the Honor Council The organization of the School of Law was provided by :i resolution of the Board of Regents on April 3, I ' M) ' ). - ' t that time, a committee of the Board of Regents w .is a|ipointed " to get a dean and faculty to organi e tlie School .so that it may be opened at tlie beginning of the school year in September, 1909. " Aided by representati i ' s from the State H;ir, the committee selected Profe.s.sor Jiii- ien C. Monnet of the Cieorge Washington l ' niversit Law School, as dean. The faculty tin- the ca)- I ' M) ' ) cori- .sisted of Dean Monnet and Dr. Jolin H. Cheadle. Tlie first were In Id in what then was the nuiseinn room on the third llooi ot the old Science Hall. In the Spring of I ' MO t)u- were mo ed to the basement of the old Lib- rary building, now tlie home of the College of Education. It was not until the I ' all ot T ' Li that the present Law building was iead for occupancx. This building was dedicated in 1 ' )I4 and h a unanimous petition of the stiiilenr bod n.uiicd Monnet Hall. I ' nini I " () ' ) to the cntr.incc ol rlic I ' liited States into W ' nilci War I, the Law School ' s national rating kept a iiaci- matched only b Its enormous increase 111 enidllment. . major part ot the success of the school can be attributed to the adap- t.ition ot the llarxard case sxstem of teaching. Dean .Monnet. .1 graduate of the Harvard Law School, hail been trained in the use of the case system and thus it was na- tural he sl.iit the new school out with tliis svsteni. Page 192 ;.( ?»-u-, ( ' to right: George R. RoliinsiMi, Richaril L. Rushing, David S. Shumaker, Cnlimel S. Ray, jr., Francis S. Irvine, Jr., Ili J. Bussey, Ken Meyer, CJeorge Svanas, Arthur E. Rubin, CJeorge Camp, N ' erncm ( " . Mnyers. lond Roiv: Frank Hopkins, William L. Rciliertson, William R. HorkeN ' , W. Monroe Shrum, Oavid J. Ovci William C. Phelps, Robert E. Thompson, Kenneth L. Voungblood, Hn vard C. Allman, Donald R. 1, Jr., Truman andiver, Tom mmett Barr -, ] Thuii Row: O. L. Osborn, Arvill A. Skaggs, Jack Wilcox, Alexander L. Rogers, Allan Dean Sasser, ]ohn E Ryan, Lloyd H. Henry, Gareth Ruggles, Edward D. Morgan, Charles H. Froeb. Fourth Row: Howard D. McCloud, Jim Duke, Jack I. CJaither, W. A. Burkhart, Ben W. Grigsby, N ' eal W. Harris, C. Leon Alexander, D. E. McFarlane, Harry Carver. Fifth Row: John D. Berrv, Flovd Miller, Ed Dudlcv, B. P. Jennings, Sam W. Franklin, Lvic R. CJrirtis, Helen F. Be: McMullin, H. Dale Cook. Sixth Row: Jake Hunt, John M. Freese, Robert M. Wiese. A. Field, Ir., E. Baker, amcs Patrick C. Back, Jr., ly, Joseph B. Thi.s nicthoil of instruction is based upon the ticvt ' Iopment of legal principles through the stuih ami discussion of leading cases, supplemented by consideration of statutory and other materials, by exercise in legal draftmanship and by a practice court to give training in courtroom technique. Another factor contributing to the continued success of the School is the Law Library. The Library, under the supervision of Librarian A. H. Huggins, is constantly growing and contains thousands of volumes. These books have been carefully .selected and for the greater part are all essential books to the students using the library for stud ' and research. The will of the late Honorable Clif- ford L. Jackson of Muskogee bequeathed his entire la ' library ot seven thousand volumes to the School. These books, kept permenantly separate, are known as the Clif- ford L. Jackson Memorial Library. In UHl Dean Monnet retired with the title of dean emeritus. Dean John G. Hervey a.ssumed his responsi- bilities and guided the school during AVorld War IL From September, 1946, until August, 1949, Dr. V. Page Keetoii directed the acti ities of the Law School. The jiresent administration is in the hands of Acting Dean I ' .arl Sneed, Jr. The Law School has a record of high achievement. This is due, in great part, to the close cooperation be- tween administration, faculty, and student body. This cooperation resulted in 1946 in the establishment of an honor stystem during examinations. This e stem places responsibility upon the student body to maintain an orderly and fair examination. It recognizes the faith of the facult in the professional integrity and honor of the students and builds a of mutual confidence. This cooperation resulted in 1947 in the establishment of the Oklahoma Law Re iew and the American Bar A.s.sociation. The ultimate goal of the Law School has been, and w ill remain, that of equipping the lawyer with the tools of his profession in order that he may better protect the personal and pr()pert rights of the individual. Page 193 ■ ;■.( ?OTf, Irfl lu right: William M. Th.imas, Rll -t■ll W. Di.xifr, EsthcT I.. Smith, Jack M. Tayl,,r, Martin E. Over, Merle J. Uak . ScKinJ Row: V. Rodney DeVilliers, Ben V. Grigsby, James R. Eagleton, Jesse H. Edwards, Tom J. Ruble, James C. Daugherty. Third Roiv: VA ' arren G. Morris, Bill B. Chappell, James L. Fisk, Frank A. Ladd, Wayne L. Brals, V. Grant Keener, Melvin Newsom. Fourth Row: Edward H. Moores, Donald M. Wilson, Ji hn T. Edwards, Bert P. Kline, lohii W. Oierker, John H. Patten, Glenn H. Clark, William T. Sheets. Fifth Row: Allen C. Quetone, Ed O. Monnet, William C;. Goodwin, Phillip R. DouKlas, Sam I.. Harris, Frank Thomas, Frank Dennis. Carl Moslander. Sixth Row: Bunah A. Green, C;ailen Canm.n, Joseph B. McMiillin. (Jerald B. Eckley. OFFICERS Jim E.agleton Ji.M Ellison- Dave lU ' SB J.ACK P.ATTKN Pre.sident ' ice- President Secretary Treasurer The 1949-30 Junior Law Class will ; ) down in the annals of the Conference of Monnet as one of the great- est teams to ever attempt the perennial academic battle with the iron men of the facultv. From the er beginninu;, it evinced its lijihtinj; spirit b choosinj; Jim " Mush " Eajileton as quarterback. His blockers turned out to be Jim Ellison, I)a e Husby, Jack Patten, " Red Rodney " De illicrs and Ed Moores. Holdinj; down the line was Uncle Frank (ira s()n ;uui Karl Camp, who was water boy on the offense. Eiuls were plenty deep, with Joe Smith, (ilenn Clark, Hill Hucheson and certainly not least, Tom Ruble. By the end of the first year of play over half the num- ber lay trampled into the dust under the steel-cleateil boots of " Terrible Tex " Keeton, but luiable to face the class a second time, he was last seen retreating tcjw.ird Austin. The faculty soon substituted Dean Sneeil, and the fight was on again ! In spite of the weighted odds the class li.ul several liii. ' li scorers. Leading at half time is I ' sther Suu ' th with U).,vi ards per try. Rod DeN ' illiers close behind with 10.25; William Heinmann with 9.97; Ed .Moores with 9.S8 ; Dan Bu . ard with 9.82 and Jake Hunt with 9.36. One of the best executed pla s of the entire game was pidled out of the hag at the November ' 49 l.iw baru|uet. With beautiful timing and deception Jack S. Throttlebot- tom ((iene Howard) was able to get through ijito the f.icult ' s backfield past Dean " Sneed ' ( " Curlv " Morris), Professor " Pelts " (Jack Patten), Dr. " Pulp " ( " .Musk- lat " l.arkin), Mr. " Tweet " ( Villiam Thomas), Pro- fessor " I.ost ' er " (John Hager), Mr. Higgins ( " Boss " Short), ami all the rest for a touchdown standing up. Such a resounding defeat called for a board of arbitra- tion w itii the faculty otherwise known as the Student Bar .Association. Chosen for representatives of the Board of (lovernors were Regional Representative Bill Short, ' ice- Chairuian l ' " isk. Da e Husb . Rod De " illiers, Frank (Ir.iNson, Jnu 1 aglrlon, and " Curlv ' Morris. Page 194 J- ' irst Roii; left to right: CJcne C. H.nvaid, Juhn V. Hagcr, William R. Hc.rlit-v, J. ( ' . Hunt, Mullen, W. Rodnt nt- illiirs, Earl F. Camp. Second Roix:: Tom J. Ruhle, Jne H. Wht-tltr, James M. Renegar, Uril ¥.. Richescm, Tom J. Rt-eder, Jcjc Richard, Alexander L. Thini Roil:- Ross N. Buzzard, James C. Paughertv, H. Dale Cook, Martin E. Over, Harry Carlier, (Jeorge S. Wolhert, Wayne L. Keals. Fourth Rrnv: William E. Heimann, Richard L. Rushing, David Bushy, Donald M. Wilson, Jack I. Gaither, Arthur E. Rubin, (Jeorge Camp. Fifth Ron-: Don Worthington, Dan B. Buzzard, Kenneth L. Meyer, Jr., (irant Keener, Lyle R. (iritfis, Pete Woodruff, Ralph C. Thomas. Sixth Row: John D. Berry, T. E. Shaw, Boyd C. Pruet, Jack W. Bales, Leon Alexander, Billy H. Jones, Howard D. McCloud, Royce C. McCutcheon, Robert L. Miles. 11 OFFICERS J.ASPER C. Hunt J.AMES Mlllex John W. H.ager V. RoDXEv De ' ii,liers Ma.ster F che(]iier . Clerk Historian TIk- liitcinatioiial Legal Fraternit of Phi Delta Phi was founded in 1869 at the University of Michigan, and it has the distinction of being the oldest professional fra- ternity in America. The aim and purpose for which the fraternity was first founded is to promote high scholar- ship in legal study and a higher standard of professional ethics and culture in the law schools and u the legal pro- fe.ssion as a whole. In the ninety years since its foundation Phi Delta Phi has grown in stature and niunbers vuitil it dominates and leads all in its field. Charters have been issued to " Inns " in si. ty-ninc leading law schools and to a number of " Barrister Inns " of graduate members. Many individual members of Phi Delta Phi ha e achieved unusual promi- nence in American affairs. Three Presidents of the United States and a large number of Chief and As.sociate Justice of the United States Supreme Court were bona ride members. In .-iddition, honorary memberships have been given to those who have made recognized contribu- tions in the field of jurisprudence. Holmes Inn, Phi Delta Phi, was organized in the School of Law, L ' niversity of (Oklahoma, in 1912 when a charter was issued to the Oliver Wendell Holmes Law Club. Membership is extended to law students of out- standing character and scholastic standing with at least one full semester of law study. A minimum grade of " B " is required in law work. Local activities of the fraternit include luncheon meet- ings, .smokers, and lectiu ' e meetmgs at which leaduig law- yers, jurists and la nien are principal guests. In addition, the Inn is conducting varied projects along .scholastic lines, and is planning a state-wide banquet for alumni members to b; ' held in conjunction with spring initiation. pmiuuni Page 195 Jl Fiisl Roii-, li-jl to right: Charles Maloiit, J. B. Beairil, Red Ivy, Thomas Baker, Hez Biissey, Jack Parr, Owight Mcirgan, C;ci)rge Hll . ScirinJ Ro iv: CJeiirge Rohinsnn, Ellis Brown, William I.oar, Llnyd Larkin, Bruce Bowman, (Jeorge Long, ' a ne Campbell, A. C. Roh- inson, Cjeorge Svanas, Dannv Rvan. TliirJ Roii. ' : James Williams, Charles Froeh, Clayton Hohnstein, Bert Kline, I.ouell Sawyer, Caswell Xeal, Carl Moslander, Bill !■ , Kenneth Perrvman, Harold Olive. Fourth Row: Don Vandiver, Bill Short, Bill Maddux, R. J. Lee, Richard McDonald, Ed Ferguson, Llo d Henry, B..hhv Lawhon. R.iI.ert Mo vdv. Fifth Rou-: Kenneth Parker, Robert Simmer, Elovd |ones, Flo d Miller, (iareth Ruggles, William Burkhart, loe Havward. N ' ernon Parsons. Sixth Row: Truman Simpson, David Sluimake, (ialien Cannon, Neil Harris, Hoivard Allinan, Ben Cirigsln, Jack MeClure. OFFICERS Hi:z lUssE - . Fd.m Hakkr 1 . D. AlORG.AN Dean ice-Dean Iribuiie D.AVH Snc. i. Ki; Ch.vri.ks AFai.oni: . BOOKKR Fl.l.lS j. CK Parr Ballff . Clerk ot Ro U Clerk of Kxcheqiiei Ma.ster ot Ritual The Delta Theta Phi Law Fraternity as such came into existence on September 26, 1913, when the foiiiuiers of three then existinu; : v fraternities met and resoKed themselves into one fraternit) ' uiuler the name of Delta Theta Phi. 1 his name was chosen it included one letter from each of the three constitutent fraternities. ' I ' odav, Delta Theta Phi is the largest legal fraterm ' t , both in number of active members and in number of " senates " . Murrah Senate was organi eil on the campus ot the UniversitN in the spring of l ' H7 with 21 members and immediately took its place as a leading organization in the Law School. ' File name was chosen in hoiKJr of .Allied P. .Muir.ab, judge, b ' Court ot .Appeals, .ind an outstanding graduate of the Law Scliool. ' Flu- fundamental imipose of Delta ' Fheta Phi is the further promotion of the ide.ils of the legal profession by establishing better rel.itions between students and active iiEiiniiEijfiJ membei ' s of the, ami particul.irly encouraging and aiding students in all wa s possible. Fhe acti itics of the National Senate include publication ot a ijuarterly " Paper Hook " . Although Delta Fheta Phi does not scholarship as a reipiirement tor membership, high .scholarship is con- stantly being sought. Special .scholarship keys arc awarded to the outstanding pre-law student and to students in the a school who ha c attained certain rank in the junior and senior classes. After the h ,ir Delta ' Fheta Phi |- ' oundation. Inc., was (Ugani ed to aid m.itenalK ,uid h consultation those students desirous ot studying law. Ill .iclditioii to outstanding law students who recenth becuue members, new honoiaiv members include Frank 1 IkcMiii, Johnston .Murra , and District judge Sam Sulll .111. Page 196 Firsl R„.x ' , h-fl In right: J. T. Edwards, CJIfTin H. Clark, Jack M. Ta, R. William Hiizicr, jr., Terry Whtatley, James R. Eaglctcm, OeTiiiv Vl. CJarrisnn. Sftond Roiv: Everette L. Cunningham, Hill A. Powers, C H. Hearing, Ed (). Munnet, Matthew S. Rae, Or Clemons, Bruce B. Fitts. Third Ro i.- Philip Douglas, Bill Emhrv, E. V. Oudlev, Cene H. Thomas, Billv J. Shuman, Weslcx Chal Fourth Roii-: Earl T. Warren, O. L. Browder, Jr., Bill Buell, Roger Allen, Creed Huddleston. Fifth Roic: Robert M. Wiese, T. G. Grant, Jr., John C. Powell, Jr., Robert A. Wilson, Bill P. Jennings, S Glassco. Talbert, I. P N ' eal John E vid J 0 en, r., W •|li:.m E fant. amue W Fr: nklin. Fred A OFFICERS Jerr- - T-Alrert Justice Bill Dozier . Vice-Justice Glenn Cl.ark Treasurer Denny G.arrison Clerk Jim E.agletox Marshall Phi Alpha Delta Legal P ' rateriiity, a national organ- ization second to no other in its Held, was founded in Illinois in 1898, under the name of Lambda Epsilon, Lambda meaning " law " and Epsilon meaning " Equity " . It is a law fraternity in the true sense of the word because it grew out of a legal controversy-. In 1897, the Supreme Court of Illinois adopted a rule for admission to the bar which seriously affected many of the students then prepar- ing for admission. They banded together to try to protect their rights, and this close association led to the formation of the fraternity, which adopted the name of Phi Alpha Delta in 1903. Thi.s background is unique in that Phi Alpha Delta is the only law fraternit wh ise roots were nurtured in a legal controversx ' . Man iirominent national and state figures are mem- bers of Phi Alpha Delta. .Membership is based on schol- arship, but grades alone do not qualif a student. The primary requisites are, in addition to scholarship, per- sonality and qualities of leadership. Phi Alpha Delta was inacti e during the war, but on April 19, 1947. Harlan chapter was reactivated with the initiation of 2 men. There are 64 active chapters, being represented in pr.ictically ever ' " class A ' law school in the L nited States. Facult members who belong to Phi Alpha Delta are Dr. ( lin L. Hrow Jer and Karl T. ' arren. Second semester officers were: J. P. Xeal, Justice; Joiui Vheatl , ' ice-Justice; Jack Taylor, Clerk: John Ed- wards, Treasurer; Sam Franklin, Marshall. riiuPiiiEin Page 197 Dr. V lici, .n].i liill 1 li..ij,.i . cMi iIh;c whistling the wedding march while Hill Short assists with the rice. Flo (l JithnsDn prepares fur a class t)t Vn tiiinal Law after Dr. Merrill ' s retireine in 1990. First Row, Iff In right: :uw Muil.i,-, W.nuii M-ni-. ( h.irirs Malone, Earl Sneed, Jr., Pete Wdddruff, John Sulli aii, Kmliicv 1) : illicrs. Snoiiii Roil-: Jim Eagletnn, Eddie Johnson, Frank Cjra son, Llov d Henrv, Edward Ferrish, Hez Biissev. ThirJ Roiv: Dwight Morgan, Williams, Floyd Miller, Harry O.rner, Brunn R.iysden. siiiiiiijnssiciniBi Mar. ana . Or. l.oyde I.arkin-Kulp: " What result if some- one steps in front of me new 1949 green Cadil- lac that goes 17(1 mph .nnl splatters iiis liod all I he Student Bar A.s.sociation w a.s toinu ' d ill the fall of 1949, with its |uii- pose to coordinate all of the cxtra-ciii- ricular activities of the law students. OtHccrs for this year were Charles F. Malone, president; Janie.s Fiske, vice- president; Varren (j. " Curly " Morris, secretary, and John (i. Sulli an, treas- urer. The organization is patterned after the American Bar A.s.sociation and was instituted and partially financed hy the national Junior Bar A.ssociation. All students in law school are mem- bers, and the board of governors is com- posed of the officers of the as.sociation, presidents of each class, past presidents of the freshman and junior, and heads of the arious sections into w hich the association ' s acti ities are divided. Spirits of ' 76 or graduates of 1976; Penny rison, Flovd Miller, and Jim Fiske. ShortU before Christmas, the Student Bar sponsored the annual law .school banquet, ha ing Herbert K. Hyde, prominent Oklahoma City attorney, as after-dinner speaker. Also featured were .skits by the students and faciiltj ' . Newly instituted by the association is a weekly radio show, over W ' NAD, which deals with legal problems in Ok- lahoma and is directed b R. Dale liet, associate professor of law. Espe- cially active is the section of the as.socia- tion devoted to placing graduates in po- sitions. In the spring, the Student Bar lield the annual " I, aw Day, " to which lawyers from all o er the state were in- vited to visit the school, the cla.sses, and the students. The da ' s activities in- cluded a banquet and a smoker. e Cadllla, Joe plav, Red. " according !■ lom Ruble. •v " - .■ - .. umiiets[iEi[[ P. M. S. ■ T. COLONEL JEROMF: J. WATERS, JR. Eield Artillery .Military training befjaii at the L nivt-rsity of Okla- homa in April, 1917, when a regiment ot student yolvni- teeis «as formed under the superyision ot Professor (ju . Williams, who is still teaching chemistr at the L ' ni- ersity. Under an agreement with the Hoard of Regents the War De|iartment established a Reserye OfHcers ' Training Corps unit at the L niyersity in 1919. The primar object of the Reserye Officers ' Training Corps is to proyide militarx training in conjunction yith ci ilian courses to qualify students for commission in the Regular Arni - or the Officers ' Reserye Corps. Direct ap- pointment in the Regular Army is open to a selected num- ber of students who haye been designated distinguished military students. During the period between 1919 and 19 0. approxi- mately 2700 students successfully completed the ad anced course of and were commissioned as Reserye of Regular Arm ' Officers. During World Var II, as of August, 1943, the Uniyersity of Oklahoma Association published a list of former students then serving in the Armed Forces which included 1593 men who had received commissions through the L niversitv Reserve Officers ' Training Corps Unit. Courses are otfercd in Field Artillery, Corps of Engi- neers, Ordnance Department and (Juartermaster Corps. THE STAFF First Ri)ii (■ lu r ' lyht : ' ictor A. Da is, Major, Quar- termaster Corps, Quartermaster Instructor; Xeal C. (jal- loway, Major, Field Artiller -, Artiller Instructor; Ru- pert Ingram, Lt. Colonel, Field Artiller , Artiller In- structor; John C. Smith, Colonel, Coast Artillery Corps, Executive Officer of Department of Military Science and Tactics, Military Science and Factics Instructor; Walter P. (joodwin, Lt. Colonel, Field Artillery, Artiller In- structor; Jack R. Kalman, Major, Corps of Engineers, Engineer Instructor. SccoiiJ Ran : Robert P. ( lilmore. Chief Warrant Officer, Adjutant Corps, Adjutant of Militar Science and Fac- tics Department; AV ' illiam W. Jackson, Captain, C)rd- nance Corps, Ordnance Instructor; John D. Preston, Captain, Quartermaster Corps, Quartermaster Instruc- tor; Glenn Crane, Major, Ordnance Corps, Senior Ord- nance Instructor; Nathan W. Anderson, Captain, Field Artillery, Artillery Instructor; Pierrepont F. Hartou ' , Capt.iin, Corps of Engineers, Engineer Instructor. 4 I, } Van E. Estes, Jr. First Semester A. J. Hankinson Second Semester GROUP COMMANDERS COMPOSITE FIKLD ARTILLERY ( ,ROUP (IROrP ( j. S. Urian n First Semester Brlnn W. Rovsdkv Se(riM(1 Semester THE GROUP STAFFS FIELD ARTILI.KRY First Ron-, lift trj ru ht : Robert S. Everitt, Execiitivf Officer; Robert S. Kerr, |r., S-1 ; Robert L. Xuzum, S-3. Siioiid Roiv : Johnin O. .Moore, Executive Officer; Ro D. Rehm, S-1 ; Rolaiul K. Arnol.i, S-3. COMPOSITl-; Firal Ran-. Irjt la rii ht : ( !. ' . Allen. Executive Officer; Hob (J. Lister, S-.?; Aaron j. i ' ollock, S-1. Sdoii i Ron-: Ibonias L. Roberts, Executive Officer; Rex S. Hayes, S-1 ; David H. Brazil, S-3. Page 201 A . ;t-i ,t,,T ' ♦ t i R. O.T.C. BAND I lu- Milit;u Haiul i an integral part of the Arni ROTC unit lo- cated on the campus of the L niver- sity of Oklahoma. It is composed of basic militan students who also par- ticipate in the University Marching Band. Members of the Military Hand are selected each fall on the basis of in- strumentation and musical ability. A good march well played has an in igorating efiect on all people whether they be civilian or military and in the parade good march music stimulates and unifies a unit. NON-COMMISSIONED OFFICERS STAFF Firsl Roil. 1,-jl lu nglil: Master Ski. li.lin S. Pierce, Master Sgt. Ni)rliTi R. Hen- son; Master Sgt. Worth C " . Davis; Master Sg:t. Edwin II. Simpsiin ; Mas- ter Sgt. Tiniothv I. Buckles. S,;,,rul Ro u.-: .Master Sgt. John I.. Wil- liamson; Sgt. 1st riass David J. Schmiech ; Iaster Sgt. Vito .-X. DcBel- lis; Sgt. 1st Class Virgil Woosley; Master Sgt. Stephen I. Carr. Thinl Roii-: Sgt. Wilmer L. Ralls; Sgt. 1st Class Lawrence D. Crandall, Jr.; Master Sgt. William Thompson; Mas- ter Sgt. Louis Brunei. Foiiitli «otf.- Sgl. Robert .-X. Lewis; Sgt. Herman L. CJrimes; Sgt. Weslev II. Peace; Master Sgt. Willard C. Mer- riam; Sgt. Tollev D. Wo,)dIev, I r. RIFLE TEAM The l ' ni ersit of Oklahoma. .• rmv ROTC RiHe Team is com- posed of members of the Arnn ROTC. This team is managed b Capt. Nathan W. Anderson, O.l ' . i:.K. 19. 9, and coached by Mr. Sgt. Williard C Merriam, a veteran in- fantr nian. ' Jhe team practices and has matches at the indoor range on the North Campus. Kach week the team has a postal match with some team from a mendier college or I ni- crsity. The team is affiliated with rhc Nation:d Rifle .Association and fins ni.itches in the I ' " ourth .Arm Intercollegiate matches and also the National Hearst Tioph) matches. Kach member of the team looks for- waid to the sji.iuidcr to sii,)nld(T matches with iiur 1 1 .i.litioiial ii al. Okl.ihom.i A. . . M., each ear. Page 202 FieiDieiuLERiyonr BATTALION COMMANDERS FIRST BATTALION f SKCOND BATTALION ROBKRI iM. IllCKlNS First Semester I ESSE B. Doss Seciind Semester ' iM M CADET OFFICERS C. Bi si First Semester Ersest J. DlCKlSSOV SecrirKl Semester L» p» _ » f FIRST BATTALION OFUCFRS Si:COND BATTALION OFFICKRS Page 203 FiEiiHiiuEiiyonr FIRST BATTALION CADETS t ' OMl ' .WV C FlUPlillUeBIGBOir SECOND BATTALION CADETS p BATTALION COMMANDERS FIRST BATTALION HA ' JTALION Si;C()M) C , « i ; 1):(RCK Combs Second Semester « « «_ _ CADET OFFICERS 99 ▼ Si:CC) D liATTAI.lON Ol ' FK ' KRS Page 206 IP FIRST BATTALION CADETS CO.MPAXY A . f m. ' » M. ' m. COM PAW H M . M. f ' fs .m P .? COMPAN " ' C ir SECOND BATTALION CADETS ' T . • • • ... ' ' ' . 9 m COMPANY A ll T . 3 . . . C 2 • - : 1 LV ' ;f :;t,f t ■ COMPAX ' B « : • : ; 1 • : • : • • : • ' • JE ° • ' ■. 3 ; n J 5 : • CO.MI ' .W (. ' AKTII.I ERV ()BSF,R A ' ri() LONG TOM IXSl ' KCIIOX TOMORROW ■HANDIE TALKIE " FIRE DIRECTION C.AM 1,1. K DIMKIHI ll(i niyiBuisiEe MII.K SHAKE — KIXC. MZ Cm) V TIME IX THE ruT.n ■1 IB uw 1 ■! fiS KjBf ' J ip I m 1 H 1 " " « ff k rJ (MM! SMELLS GOOD — IS (iOOII! I ' KdOh FIKINC; A FI.AMK rilROWl-R AMPHIB TEST TRACK STRESS BEWARE OF JERKS TESTINC; ACK-ACK l.AI NtmXX, A KAll.HA liKlDt.K ENGIIEUS AH MINIM ALLOY BRIDCE RUAD PIC)NEERL ' (; Pretty little Miss Ann Hulett was successful in gaining the position ot l ' aiicr Coloni-i tor I ' H ' - O. Twelve charming militarists vied tor the honor, but the commission tell to .Ann at tiic annual Scabbard and Blade Ball by a campus-wide vote of all the R.O.T.C. and N.R.O.T.C. cadets. Ann is a member of Pi Beta Phi Sorority and is ver acti c in otlicr school organizations on the campus, such as ' .W.C.A., F.T.A., and A.W.S. Page 213 First Ro-w, left to right: Charles Ange11 , Don Brown, Jiihniiy Cnopcr, Tom Duggin, " an E. Estes, Jr., Richard A. FlnkelstriTi, Wil- liam J. Ford. Second Rozu: Ralph Goodwin, Jack L. Hitt, Bill Kopplin, Jim Law, Chet Lconhardt, Charles .Ma es, Courtland M. Moore. Third Roiu: Robert L. Nuzum, Herbert Oakes, Roy E. Piatt, W. E. Portman, George Raslev, Charles R. Renfroe, Tom Roberts. Fourth Roiv: Gene A. Roe, Billie Russell, Sandy A. Singleton, Jack D. Spencer, Bob Taylor, William Van Horn, Jack Wilson. SEIiBAiDandBiyE lardt gives a helping haiul to Colonel . ' iiri Iliilett. Who said this is a man ' s world! Scabbard ami Hlaiie, national honorary military frat- ernity, was founded at the University of W ' isconsiti in the fall of 1Q04 by the senior Cadet Officers in the ROIV at that university. The present enrollment of the national organization is about 45,000. The University of Oklahoma chapter w as (irf;ani cd in 1 ' 121 and was designated as " D " Conipan , Third Regi- ment. During the war. Scabbard and Blade was inactivat- ed on this campus, but was reorganized in the fall of l ' )47 by some old members who returned to .school. Since then, Scabbard and iilade has taken an active interest and lias participated in numerous campus events. Scabbard and HIade members are trained in military as well as everyda fields. The organization strives to attain a better understaniling of the military affairs of our countr and to keep abreast ot cin rent military issues. The men of Scabbard and Hlade pride themselves (in the high scholastic and personal ratings (it each (it tlieii members. The basis tor selection ol members in Scabbard and Hl.ide is scholarship .ind leadership ability. .Men who are eligible for selection must be Cadet Officers of ROTC, Scabbard and Blade members execute OFFICERS Chester Leonhardt Van Estes . Ralph Rexfro Jack Wilson . Captain First Lieutenant Second Lieutenant First Sergeant Air ROTC, or NROTC, and they must have a high scholastic standing in subjects as well as a very high rating in the military courses. In addition, all applications for membership are voted upon by the active members of this chapter. The main objective of Scabbard and Blade is to unite in closer relationship the various branches of the military forces of our country. Its purpose is to prepare the men to take a more active part and to have a greater influence in the military affairs of their communities, and to spread intelligent information concerning the military requirements of our country. Activities for the school year of 1949 and 1950 were the Homecoming Parade, the annual Military Ball, the selection of the Honorary Cadet Colonel, the National Convention, Spring Picnic, Hayrack ride for members and pledges, and the Scabbard and Blade Spring Dance. The meetings were highlighted by frequent smokers with eminent guest speak- ers on military subjects of current interest and import. The officers of the OU Chapter this year are: Chester Leonhardt, Captain; Van Estes, 1st Lieutenant; Ralph Renfro, 2nd Lieutenant; and Jack Wilson, 1st Sergeant. The Honorary Cadet Colonel is Ann Hulett. The sponsor, selected from the staff of the military department, is Lieutenant Colonel Ingram. Charles Bush, Eddie Johnsiii ' ., (JtTic Roe, and Wayne Wiedman execute the military maneu- ver called " shnoting the bull " . miere is no s ' u».stitute for ktiowledge And no synthet. formula for leodersh.p BUT KNOWLEDGE • IE40FHSHIP - EFFICIENU M.. Ain M.ii 11m il.i H. CLi First Row, left to riglil Hiiuamin l si,„l, imII, Willi Billingsley, Captain I ' . F. liaiinu, M. Cecil Kkin. Second Row: George N. Haddad, Jr., Richard A. Cranfnrd, Daniel F. Toner, Harry C. Smith, Allen N. Keegaii. Third Row: Marion N. Mackey, Kenneth G. Oliver, Da id A. Paulk, Billy D. Maeger, Raymond M. Rhodes, William E. Clifton. OFFICERS First Se iicstcr Tom McXeelv " . . . Compain CominaiuliT Robert Brelsford .... First Lieutenant RiLi. Majors Second Lieutenant Dox Clark Second Lieutenant Allie ALajors Second Lieutenant W ' arrant Officer James Billingslkv .... First Sergeant Snnnfl Seniistcr R(JKERT Brelsford . . . Compaiu Commander Dox Clark First Lieutenant Bill ALajors Second Lieutenant Allie ALajors Second Lieutenant Harry Owexs Second Lieutenant Cecil Kleim First Sergeant fAMES BiLLiXGSLEV .... Warrant Officer Company H, 7th Regiment, of the National Society of Pershing Rifles, was founded at the L niversity in the fall of 1948. It is an honorary fraternity for basic military students and the basis for selection of its members are scholarship, leadership, drill field performance, appear- ance, attendance, and the showing of interest in activities of a military nature. The organization was founded in liS ' )4 b Lt. l ersliing at the University of Nebiaska. Lt . Pershing organized a crack drill team to |irovide a model for the quality of performance he wanted from his regiment of cadets. ' I ' he original name of the organization was " Varsity Rifles " but after Lt. Pershing left for other duties, the um ' t was renamed in his honor. Lt. Pershing was, of course, John j. I ' crshinn wlio later became ( ieneral of file Ainu ' es . ' uid one of the all time outstanding military personalities. The principle and aims of the National Society of Per- shing Rifles is to encourage, de elop and preserve the highest ideals of the militar ' profession, to promote Am- erican citizenshij), and to pro ide .ippropriate recognition of a high degree of nulifar abiiitv among RC TC cadets. Members of Perilling Rifles are reipiired to spend at ie.Lst one hour a week in extra-currciuiar miiitar ac- tivities. 1 Ins w ill Hulude becoming pioluient in close Older drill and short business meetings. Activities for the year include: asssiting at the Military Ball, serving as Color ( luaul and l ' " iring Squad for Mem- orial and special ceremonies, and maiilung in the Home- conuiig parade. rERSillUIFlES Page 216 mssi l t T DeriniiEiioniiS[|[N[E U. S.A.F. STAFF FirsI Roil-, left In righl: Captain Hurace D. Wood, Major Carroll D. Briscoe, Major Joseph W. ' oellmeck. Colonel Joseph C. Moore, Major Kenneth H. Hohlaus, Major John A. Wupperfeld, Major Max R. Wiecks. Second Roiv: T Sergeant Earl VV. Rhea, M Sergeant Alhcrt G .Flynn, 1 " Ser- geant Troy R. Thigpen, Jr., M Sergeant J. V. Williams, Sergeant Rowdy Bateman, T ' Scrgeant Brownelle Mills. The Air R.O.T.C. was established at the University of Oklahoma duriii " ; the fall semester of 1946. It now has an enrollment of 635 cadets. Its purpose is to select and train young men who possess the character, intelligence, desire and sense of duty to become Air Force officers and responsible citizens. The Air R.O.T.C. strives to attract the highest type of personnel into the United States Air Force and its civilian components. It desires to develop in all students an understanding of modern warfare; to teach them the place and function of air power in the defense of the United States. Air R.O.T.C. students are trained to perform duties normally expected of a junior Air Force officer. These young men combine their college education with an education for a place in the United States Air Force of tomorrow. SENIOR CADET OFFICERS ■ « A ' »,.li ' , If II ., ,fyh hardt, Robert !■. Second Row: Jack I) Cooper, Charles Page 218 s-iue, John I). M. McMillai; Spencer, John V. Crites, John I.. Johs R. Renfroe, Clene A. Roe, Jack Wilson. Harry James K. Cm: , 1 . .,11 , , A ' -. l.i.k !■. II iMm II. 1 lingliani. W. Ki M■II, Virgi 1). l John B. lin , 1 mi 1). Barh inr, Alo I. Khi.des, Sand II. Singleton, Billie 1111, K.ilnrt I.. I la el, Honald . I. Mul- . rnislrong, liistin M. Hailev. Foiirlh Rote: Wa ne II. Crimes, |,ihn R. ReicI, William W. Wendt, Cordon K. l.eaman, Wendell I.. Zacharv, KiehanI M. Zaiie, Herman J. Smith, Edgar Zeigler, Jr. ■ SECOND YEAR ADVANCED CADET OFFICERS n C]RP. I, SOD. A, FLT. A GRP. I, SQD. A, FLT. B iD fc. f» fe A f GRP. I, SQD. A, FLT. C GRP. I. SQD. B, FLT. C t ft . f XJ .?. . " P A Page 219 1 FIRST YEAR ADVANCED CADET OFFICERS, 1ST GROUP • ' i (iRP. I, SOD. C, FLT. A (;RP. II. SOD. A, FLT. A GRP. I, SOD. C, FLT. B ( ,RP. II, SOD. A, FLT B rs f ! f ft CRl ' . I, S(JD. C, FLT. C Page 220 FIRST YEAR ADVANCED CADET OFFICERS, 2ND GROUP GRP. II, SQD. B, FLT. A CRP. II, SQD. C, FLT. A ft ?! . i ? GRP. II, SQD. B, FLT. B GRP. 11, SOD. C, FLT. B M ' tH t Tk-: GRP. 11, SQD. B, FLT. C GRP. II, SQD. C, FLT. C f ? ft( fe . ©. _ P» Ih Page 221 ' 3 M HS ii !■ p -1 w M lSSk " • K?-mt " iaBMf M di?J % % ' B 1 -Jf r " ■ ' ■ ■■ ' ' " t Instruction in the nperatiun of a milling machir Future Comptrollers A ilittic-ult cla rn.,ni prulilc And then there were formations Oliscrving the action of a retractable landing gear. .. - Spt ' fiali cd training. :2. . s , L. Wl 1 Firsl Row, left lo right: LTJG T. McNiff, TSN; Lt. W. P. Ramav, USN; Major CJ. F. Russell, (SMC; Capt. Carl M. Daltoii. ISN, Professor of Naval Sciences; Cmdr. M. A. Shellabarger, I ' SN; Lt. Cmdr. J. E. McManus, USN; Lt. N. H. Patterson, TSN. Second Ro w: J. B. O ' Brien, ETl, ISN; V. D. Lyons, SKC, USN; H. J. Gamber, FCC, USN ' ; C. L. Tavlor, CG. L TSN; H. E. Nor- val, YNC, rSN; G. R. Harris, QMl, tSN; J. M. Westerman, T Sgt., USMC I.B.U.L SIJFF The University of Oklahoma is one of the tift. -t o colleges and universities in the country having a unit of the Naval Reserve Officers Training Corps. First estab- lished in 1940, the Oklahoma unit was greatly expanded during World War II and has continued since the war in accordance with the peace-time policy of preparing young men at civilian educational institutions for com- missions in the Navy, the Marine Corps, the Naval Re- serve, and the Marine Corps Reserve. Enrollment in the NROTC program is limited to a quota established by the Chief of Naval Personnel for both Regular and Contract students. This is the first year since the war that four full classes have been in at- tendance and the enrollment numbered 231 at the be- ginning of the ' ear. Of this number 29 are seniors, 42 juniors, S3 sophomores, and 75 freshmen. There are 140 ReijuJar (scholarship) students and 1 Contract Students. Five seniors and sexeii juniors are pursuing a special course leading to a commission in the L . S. Marine Corps. Summer training periods of about eight weeks dura- tion, during which students gain practical experience in the Naval profession, are a required part of the NROTC program. During the summer of 1949, all regular senior and sophomore students participated in a cruise in the Pacific on board cruisers and destroyers of the operating fleet. This cruise visited Balboa, Canal Zone and ports on the California coast. Regular students of the juiu ' or class attended aviation and amphibious warfare indoc- trination courses at Pensacola, Florida, and Little Creek, Virginia, while Marine Corps candidates participated in a training period at the Marine Corps Base at Quantico, V irginia. Fwd Contract senior students made a three- week cruise in the Atlantic. BATTALION OFFICERS First Roiv, Iff I In right: I. C. W ' cstcr- velt, Executive OHicer ; " G. . I. Mc- Kown, Battalion ( " oinniaiuler ; II. C. Harder, Jr., Comnuiiiicatlons Orti- cer; H. C " . Oakes, Operations OHicer. Sirorul Roiv: M. E. Over, Supph Of- ficer; R. .M. Scott, Chief Petty Offi- cer. CO.MPAXV " A " OFFICERS First Row, lejl lo right: J. D. Montgomery, Com- panv Commander; P. B. Howard, Executive Officer. Second Roiv: C. E. Rhvne, Guidon Bearer; D. D. Shrier, Chief Pettv Officer. COAIPAXV ■B " OFFICERS First Roiv, left to right: C. D. Denny, Company Commander; H. G. Swift, Executive Offi- cer. Second Ro u;: M. J. Bridges, Guidon Bearer; T. K. McCourrv, Chief Pettv Officer. COMFA.W OFFICERS First Rotii, left to right: D. J. I.eeman, Company Commander; Edward Howard, Executive Officer. Second Row: C. L. Johnson, |r.. Chief Pettv Officer; R. M. Short, Guidon Bearer. N.A K,. H)RS SHOOT THE SUN. DRUM AND BUCjLE CORPS First Row, left to right: F. E. Williams, Drum Major; H. C;. Bozeman, J. H. Howard, V. F. Harrah, D. T. Sundquist, F. M. Tenore, W. R. I.anei. Second Row: E. P. Moore, J. R. Friou, H. R. M.assev, R. O. Thoes, W. j. M ers. RIFLE TEAM First Row, left to right: Irving Klein, J. L. Spive ' , Jr., J. M. Westerman, Coach; I. M. Duffie, Jr., M. E. Deli. Second Row: D. A. Kindig, G. W. Fritschi, P. C. Bascom, R. T. Colson, B. A. Shinn, J. W. Fritzlen. FORE. rA BENDS 0. A SIGNAL. ( ■w-f -f f. f -f COMPANY " A " 1st PLATOON I ' irsI Rtne, left to right: P. D. Savior, Jr., Platoon Commander; E. L. Jackson, J. H. Malonev, V. C. Wells, V. W. Fuller, Irving Klein, G. E. Foreman. Second Ro i: C. H. Ostrander, G. D. Bridges, Cj. J. Wimpey, J. M. Evving, P. D. Kenan, Ci. B. llauger, L. R. Hannihill. Third Rok: W. G. Paul, C. T. Deal, H. R. Bumpas, Jr., P. B. I.indsev, Edward Bunnenbcrg, ). R. Clowe, R. D. Coffin. l-ourth Rati-: C. E. Norman, C E. Orr, R. D. Turner, I. H. Siegmund, L. H. Balmain; P. H. Mullins, Jr., R. C. Nicholson, Jr.; D. E. .Mussel- man. ot Pictured: T. J. Ballew. J. B. Ben- ear, V. S. Chambless. COMPANY " B " 1st PLATOON First Rem, left tri right: T. E. Taylor, Platoon Commander; W. E. Ka- kish, D. E. Akard, H. D. Winfree, Jr., G. B. Johnson, C. R. Guthrie, J. D. Foster. Second Rem: C. R. Casev, K. G. Ad- kins, D. W. McCJrew, R. D. Evan D. E. Willhite, S. E. Kohler, ]i J. H. Carney. Third Roiv: J. I.. Phillips, Jr., R. L, Stillwell, Jr., L. V. Sneed, Jr., W S. Durham, O. I. Fioroni, P. H Dittmar, Jr., H. R. Barker, J. S Nelson, Jr. Fourth Row: W. O. Coleman, T. K Sawver, R. T. Colson, G. D. Conlev Jr., J. V. Thompson, Jr., R. L. Mc- Alister, J. B. Bierman. Not Pictured: W. O. Coleman, Jr., L. Vj. Neuner, A. J. Swanson, D. T. Sundquist. 1 f f : I ■» 1 e 1 if: 1 COMPANY " C " 1st PLATOON First Roiv, left to right: M. G. Dun- can, Platoon Commander; C. V. Jones, T. II. DNeal, ). E. (ireen. D. B. Jester, B. J. Williams, W. M. Jameson. Second Roiu: K. E. Masters, D. K. Drake, G. K. Witthaus, D. D. Dho- nau, W. H. Mattingh, S. A. Wil- son, P. C. Kidd. Third Roil-: V. A. I.awrenie. R. R. Wight, If., R. P. Ilowerton, D. I.. Slirivoii, W. C. Kenvon, D. C. Whin, H. i:. Whitney. Fourth Ro ii-: ]. M. Green, R. B. Mi- Whirt, C. R. Gerling, P. O. Cra- mer, R. A. Elms, Gillis Hill, 1. B. Troxel. .V» Pictured: W. II. Amliurv, W. C. Bradlev, R. 1). Porin, G. V. R a- gan, Ir., 1. P. Weatherall, Ir. Page 226 COMPANY " A " 2nd PLATOON First Rnii; Iff to right: K. I.. Clas- sen, Platoon Commander; T. E. Graves, S. L. Grimes, J. H. Burn- side, H. G. Hughes, G. A. McOan- iel, T. J. Kenan, C. E. Hogan. Second Roiv: R. H. Marshall, A. S. Porter, J. A. Loomer, A. J. Brown, Bob Andrews, C. A. Lindell, A. J. Coldwell, D. C. Zimmerman. Third Row: L. J. Pundt, Jr., T. C. Smith, N. E. Cleaver, C. I.. Beach, E. B. Lord, Jr., W. R. Brown, D. D. Price, Jr., D. A. Kindig. Fourth Roiti: C. C. Scheirman, J. A. Burke, Jr., G. W. Fritschi, R. L. Bingham, P. C. Bascom, ]. H. Chamhley, J. C. Bishop, J. S. Fisher. Not Piitured: D. M. Lockett. J ■« 1 ■tl:t::t- ft -W ' ' .V. .ff ' ' W« »n »W» COMPANY " R " 2nd PLATOON First Roit; left to right: E. D. Smith, Platoon Commander; V. A. V - mark, J. M. Duffie, Jr., M. E. Dell, n. S. Hammett, Leon Ilecht, Jr., R. E. Prcsson. Second Ro w: R. L. Cornell, C. C. Clendening, O. K. Garriott, B. B. Bolton, H. L. Cook, R. F. Baker, C. L. Townsend, J. H. Abright, Jr. Third Row: F. D. Vcrgler, [. V. Fritzlen, VV. S. Grimm, ( ' ;. W. Put- nam, Jr., J. E. Dickerson, R. C. Bailey, J. H. Blake, M. O. Nord- berg, J. L. Spivcy, Jr. Fourth Row: Jerrv Hamman, J. L. Sparks, H. R. Hoefner, D. ]. Smith, C. W. Murphev, D. E. Stauffer, F. L. Miller, B. A. Shinn. A ' ot Pictured: P. F. Sprche. COMPANY " C " 2nd PLATOON First Row, left to right: E. L. Frame, D. J. Dunn, J. E. Davis, C. S. Jack- son, B. L. Vance, J. L. Shanahan. Second Row: M. E. Johnson, B. R. Hall, J. W. Hendrick, Ir., L. R. West, S. K. Hunt, J. L. Welch, R. E. Helper, Jr, Third Row: E. G. Miller, G. E. In- gram, M. S. Kirk, R. D. Kimball, C. E. Rambo. Fourth Row: C. R. Racklev, I. R. Marshall, J. W. Hoffman, B. D. Brooms, R. E. McCamey, U. A ' ot Pictured: K. J. Killgore, Platoon Commander; L. N. Galoob, A. W. Kavanaugh, R. L. Jenkins, H. W. Jones, J. L. Ross, D.R. Symcox. Page 227 ' - R:ii Ar. DESTROYER DROPS A DEPTH CHARGE. PRESENTATION OF AWARDS TO OrTSTAN ' DIN ' C STUDENTS THE PANAMA CANAL INITIATINC; A POLVWOC; WHEN CROSSINC; THE EQUATOR. INSPECTION AT SEA Page 228 iiifEfisii! fli oniHom mm oi umm A little learniii}; is a dangerous thing; Drink deep, or taste not the Pierian spring: There shallow draughts intoxicate the brain. And drinking largely sobers us again. — Alexander Fo ie Page 230 ■ Sim iilfEiSlI! mSPlIAl lor CRIPPIEI CHIiiiEi Men who are occupied in the restoration of health to other men by the joint exertion of skill and humanity are above all the great of earth. They even partake of divinity, since to preserve and renew is almost as noble as to create. — J ' oltaire Page 231 SIAIE iilfERSlIl Hoalth is the si ' corul hlcssiii};: tliiit we ;iic f:i|iablc ot, — a blcssiiif, ' that money cannot buy. — Izaak Walton Page 232 iff With hat a genius for administration We rearrange the rumbling universe, And map the course of man ' s regeneration Over a pipe. — IfiUi iiii Henley Page 233 i ol the I Dr. Mark R. Everett: Dean of the Lni ersit ot C)kl:ihonia School ot Medicine and Superintendent of the University Hospitals, and Professor and chairman of the Department of Biochemistry. Dr. Everett, who has expertly guided the institution through its present period of great expan- sion, received his H.S. from Rucknell University in I ' iO and a Ph.D. in Medical Science from Harvard Medical School in 1 1_ ' 4. In l ' H( , Dr. Everett was elected a member of the Oklahoma Hall of Fame in recogni- tion of his work in medical education, and received an honorary Sc.D. from Hucknell University in 1 ' 548 for similar achievements. Dr. Everett, who in 1948 was named one of the .50 outstanding " native sons " of the State ot Peiuisylvania by that state, is a member of Sigma Xi, The Oklahoma .Acad- emy of Meilicine, Phi Heta I ' i, and numerous other scientific and medical societies. Page 234 Dr. Arthir a. Heli.baum: Associate Dean of (jraduate Studies and Research, Professor and Chairman of the De- partment of Pharmacology, who received his Ph.D. from the University of Wisconsin and M.D. from the University of Chicago, is a national authority on endocrinology. Dr. Hell- baum, a member of Phi Beta Pi, is an ardent research worker and prolific writer for scientific periodicals. Dr. Homer F. Marsh : Associate Dean of Stu- dents and Professor of Bacteriology. Dr. Marsh, a graduate of Indiana State Teachers College and Purdue University, received his Ph.D. from Ohio State Uni ersity in 1941. Dr. Marsh has evidenced considerable ability in handling his man difficult ta.sks, including the supervision of the selection of incoming classes of medical students. Dr. Robert C. Lowe: Medical Director of the University Hospi- tals. Dr. Lowe, who graduated from the University of Miiuie.sota School of Medicine in 1932, was in private practice and later went to LSU as an instructor and assistant professor. Certified by the Amer- ican Board of Internal Medicine in 1942, Dr. Lowe came to this institution in 1946. He assumed the duties of Medical Director in November, 1949, and has evidenced in this position as in previous i ones much ability and understanding. Page 235 10 num On these next four pages are pictures and names ot the men who devote much of their time to the training of Oklahoma ' s future physicians. Below and on the next page are pictured the men who have been elected as chairmen of their respec- tive departments. On the following pages are listed the names of the faculty of the School of Medicine as of January 1, 1950. Dr. Don ' H. O ' Donochie Chairman of the Faculty Board Orthopedics A t Dr. Ernest Lachman Anatomy 1)K. H. D. MocM Bacteriology Dr. Mark R. EvEREir Biochemistry Dr. Joseph M. Tuurinoer Histology 1)K. ,- . N. Tavior Physiology Dr. Howard C. Hopps Pathology 1K. Akiiu K .X. Un 1 n M I ' l.armacolngv Dk. JciSEPii li. Col Ds.vnui Preventative Medicine and Public Health Dr. (i i r Bki I ar Direclor of I ' oslgraduate Medical Inslniclinii f ' f mr- r (- A J ■r Ok. lliiwARii A. Hkwktt Anesthesiology Dr. C. p. Bondurant Dermatology and Syphilology Dr. Joseph W. Kti,s(i Gynecology Dr. R. Q. Goodwin Medicine Dr. J. B. EsKRincE, Jr. Obstetrics Dr. James P. McGee Ophthalmology Dr. L. Chester McHenry Otorhinolaryngnlogy Dr. C. H. Hall Pediatrics Dr. CnvNE II. Campbell Psychiatry and Neurology Dr. Peter E. Russo Radiology Dr. L. J. Starry Surgery Dr. Basil A. Haves I ' rology iHi num A. Brooks Abshier. M.D.. Asst. Professor Uoberl H. Akin. M.D.. Asst. Professor John M. Alford. M.D., Assoc. Professor Emeritus Cieorge T. Allen. M.D.. Asst. Profes.sor .Tames C. Amspacher. M.D.. Clinica l A.sst. Hubert M. An(ier.son. M.D.. Clinical A.sst. Robert D. Anspaugh. M.D.. Instructor Meredith M. Appleton. M.D., Instructor Homer V. Archer. M.D.. Instructor Harr.v T. Avey. .Jr.. M.D.. Asst. Profes,sor Ra.v M. Balyeat. M.D.. Assoc. Professor N. F. V. Barkett. M.D.. Instructor George N. Barry, M.D., Asst. Professor Clarence E. Bates. M.D., Asst. Professor Robert H. Bayley. M.D.. Professor Austin H. Bell. M.D.. Asst. Professor Cleve Beller. M.D.. Instructor Henry G. Bennett. Jr.. M.D.. Profe.s.sor Frank P. Bertram, D.D..S.. Instructor Charles M. Bielstein. M.D., Instructor Harold J. Binder. M.D., Asst. Professor James G. Binkley, M.D., Professor Emeri tus Lucile S. Blachly. M.D., Clinical Asst. Johnny A. Blue, M.D., Instructor C. P. Bondurant, M.D., Professor Kenneth E. Bohan, M.D., Clinical A.sst. William L. Bonham, M.D., Assoc. Profes- sor George S. Bozalis, M.D., Instructor Vance A. Bradford, M.D.. Clinical Asst. Donald W. Branham, M.D., Assoc. Profes- C. Alton Brown. M.D., Instructor Alice M. Brues. Ph.D.. Asst. Professor Carl L. Brundage, M.D., Assoc. Professor Harold W. Buchner, M.D., In.structor Richard M. Burke. M.D., In.structor Hal A. Burnett, M.D.. Instructor .Tohn P. Burton, M.D.. Professor W, Turner Byuum, M.D., Instructor Leo F. Cailey. M.D.. Assoc. Professor Coyne H. Campbell, M.D., Professor J. Moore Campbell. M.D., Asst. Professor Richard E. Carpenter, M.D.. Clinical Asst. James J. Caviness. M.D., Assoc. Professor Louis H. Charney, M.D., Asst. Professor Ralph E. Chase, M.A.. Instructor Dale A. Clark, Ph.D., Asst. Professor Ralph O. Clark, M.D., Instructor Richard A. Clay. M.D.. Clinical Asst. Cyril E. Clymer, M.D., Professor Joe H. Coley, M.D., Instructor James R. Colvert. M.D., Clinical Asst. L. Lee Conrad, M.D., A.sst. Professor F. Maxcy Cooper, M.D., Clinical Professor Tullos O. Coston, M.D., Assoc. Professor Daisy G. Cotten, M.D., Clinical Asst. Sterling T. Crawford, M.D., Clinical Asst. Edward W. (;ubler, M.D.. Instructor .John A. Cunningham, M.D., Clinical Asst. Vernon D. Cushing, M.D., Instructor John F. Daniel, M.D.. Clinical A.sst. Harry A. Daniels, M.D., Asst. Professor John R. Danstrom. M.D., Instructor Henry J. Darcey, B.S.. Instructor Garman II. Daron. I ' h.D.. As.soc. Profes sor Clarence B. Dawson. M.l)., Clinical Asst, Charles F. DeGaris, I ' h.D.. M.l)., Profes- sor Walter H. Der.sch, M.D., Instructor Harry L. Dcupree, M.D., Instructor Louis E. Diamond, M.S., In.structor Harrell C. Dodson, Jr., M.D., Asst. Pro- fessor .John J. Dounell, M.D.. Instructor H. E. Doudna. M.D., Professor Frederic G. Dorwart. M.D., Visiting Lcc turer Albert R. Dreschor, D.D.S,. Instructor Albertu W.-lib Dudley, Ml).. CliniiiU Asst. J. Hartvvell Dunn. M.D.. Clinical Asst. William E. Eastland. M.D., Professor Kheba L. H. Edwards, M.D., Clinical Asst. X. P. Eley. M.D., Professor Lee K. Emenhiser, M.D., Asst. Professor •James B. Eskridge, Jr., M.D.. Professor Mark R. Everett, Ph.D.. D.Sc, Professor Herman Fagin, M.D., Asst. Professor E. Edwin Fair, M.D., Instructor Brunei D. Paris, M.D., Profes.sor Edward M. Farris, M.D.. Clinical Asst. E. Gordon Ferguson, M.D.. Clinical Pro- fessor J. William Finch. M.D.. Visiting Lecturer C. .J. Fishman. M.D., Professor Emeritus William P. File M.D., Visiting Lecturer Marion A. Flesher. D.D.S.. Instructor Hervey A. Foerster. M.D., Asst. Professor Louis S. Frank, M.D., Instructor Charles V. Freeman, M.D., Instructor A. L. Frew, Jr., M.D., D.D.S.. Clinical Asst. Clifford C. Fulton, M.D.. Asst. Professor James J. Gable. Jr., M.D.. Instructor George H. Garrison, M.D.. Clinical Pro- fessor Ella Mary George, M.D.. Asst. Professor Allen G. Gibbs. M.D., Instructor William T. Gill, M.D.. Visiting Lecturer Marvin B. Glismann, M.D., Clinical Asst. E. Goldfain, M.D., Asst. Professor Joseph B. Goldsmith, M.D., Professor Rufus Q. Goodwin, M.D., Professor Douglas M. Gordon, M.D., Visiting Lec- turer Charles E. Green. M.D., Visiting Lecturer Wilma Jeanne Green, M.S.. Instructor David W. Griffin, M.D.. Professor Emeri- tus George H. Guthrey, M.D., Clinical Asst. Harold W. Hackler, M.D.. Instructor Clark H. Hall. M.D., Professor Henry W. Harris, Instructor Richard L. Harris, M.D., Instructor .Stearley P. Harrison, M.D., Instructor Walter K. Hartford, M.D.. Instructor Grace C. Hassler, M.D., Asst. Professor Jiasil A. Hayes, M.D., Professor Onis G. Haxel, M.D., Assoc. Professor John E. Heatley, M.D., Professor Emeri- tus Arthtir A. Hellbaum, Ph.D., M.D.. Pro- fessor Scott Hendren, M.D., Clinical Asst. •Jess D. Herrmann, M.D., Assoc. Professor E. Harold Ilinman, M.D., Professor Robert G. Hirschi, D.D.S., Clinical Asst. Ernest F. Hiser, A.sst. Professor Robert P. Holt, M.D., Clinical Asst. F. Redding Hood, M.D., Asst. Professor James O ' Leary Hood, M.D.. Visiting Lec- turer Howard C. Hopps, M.D.. Professor .Jack V. D. Hough. M.l)., Clinical Asst. Robert B. Howard, M.D., Asst. Profos.sor Robert M. Howard, M.D., Professor Emeritus Walter A, Howard. Ml).. Visiting Lee- Arthur W. Hoyl. M.I)., Visiting Lecturer Dick H. Huff. M.l)., Instructor .Tamos R. Huggins. M.D.. Clinical Asst. William K. Ishmael, M.D., Asst. Professor Minard F. Jacobs, M.D.. Asst. Profes.sor Hugh .Jeter, M. I)., Consultant Assoc. Professor Walter Joel. M.D.. Asst. Professor Phyllis E. Jone.s. M.D., Instructor Robert W. Kahn. M.D., Clinical Asst. Allan A. Kalzberg, M.S., Instructor E. CoriuTie Keaty. Ph.D.. Research Asso .iiitc. C.niMilliMu ' It. ' scuri-h Associate W, riiiy.i Keller. , I I) . Cliiiiciil Professor Florene C. Kelly. Ph.D.. A.s.soc. Profes.sor .loseph W. Kelso, M.D.. Clinical Professor Bert F. Kelt ,. M.D., Clinical Profe.ssor John W. Keys. Ph.D.. Consulting Audi- ologist George H. Kimball. M.D.. A.ssoc. Profes- sor John F. Kuhn. M.D.. A.ssoc. Professor Alton V. Kurtz. Ph.D., As.soc. Profe.ssor Ernest Lachman. M.D.. Professor. Con- sultant Profes.sor Everett S. Lain. M.D.. Profe.s.sor Emeritus ■Tohn H. Lamb, M.D., Assoc. Professor George A. LaMotle, M.D., Professor Emeri tus Wann Langston. M.D.. Profes.sor Emeri- tus Robert C. Lawson, M.D.. Clinical Asst. Cecil W. Lemon. M.D.. Instructor Charles E. Leonard, M.D.. Assoc. Profes- Bertha M. Levy, M.D.. Asst. Professor Ray H. Lindsey. M.D.. Visiting Lecturer Forrest M. Lingenfelter. M.D., Clinical Profes.sor A. C. Lisle. M.D.. Clinical Asst. Leroy D. Long. M.D.. Clinical Profe.s.sor Robert F. Loughmiller. M.D., Instructor Leo Lowbeer, M.D.. Visiting Lecturer Robert C. Lowe. M.D.. Assoc. Professor Robert L. Loy. Jr.. M.D.. Clinical Asst. James P. Luton. M.D.. Professor Walter A. Lybrand. J.D.. Assoc. Profes- sor of Medical -Jurisprudence J. Neill Ly.saught. M.D.. Clinical Asst. Earl D. McBride. M.D., Clinical Profe.ssor Tracey H. McCarley. M.D.. Visiting Lec- turer Coye W. McClure. M.D.. Instructor William C. McClure. M.D., Instructor Wiley T. McCollum. M.D.. Instructor William G. McCreight. M.D.. Clinical Asst. John E. McDonahl. M.D.. Visiting Lec- turer James P. McGee. M.D.. Professor L. Chester McHenry, M.D., A.ssoc. Pro- fessor Robert D. McKee, M.D., Clinical Asst. Milam F. McKinney, M.D., Asst. Profe.s- sor Donald B. McMullen. M.S.. Assoc. Profes- sor Philip M. McNeill. M.D., Professor .Joseph C. Macdonald, M.D., Professor Homer F. Marsh. Ph.D.. Professor .loseph T. Martin, M.D., Professor Emeri- tus Edward C. Mason, M.D.. Professor Maude M. Masterson, M.D.. Instructor Grady F. Mathews. M.D.. Assoc. Profes- sor Newman S. Matthews. M.l).. Instructor George S. Mechling. M.l),. .- sst. Professor Jos. F. Messenlmugh. Ml), Asst. Profes- sor Walter H. Miles. M.l).. Asst. Professor .James R. Miller. D.D.S. . Clinical Asst. Nesbitt Miller. M.D., Asst. Professor Hiram Dunlap Moor, M.I)., Professor Samuel T. Moore M.I)., Instructor ,T. Floyd Moorman. M.l)., Assoc. Profes.sor Lewis J. Moorman, M.D., Profe.s.sor En .Tohn B, Morey. M.I)., Visiting Lecturer J. Walker Morledge Ml), Cliniial Pro fessor Harold G. Muchmore Ml). Clinicul Asst. Bert E. Mnlvey. M.I)., Asst. Profes.sor Raymond L. Murdoch. M.D.. Professor Elmer R. Mnsick, Ml)., Clinical Profes- •V,-rn II .Mu ick. M.l).. A sf Professor •Dcensed March. lll.-,i) Page 238 William M. Mussill, M.I).. Asst. I ' rofes Patrick S. Nat ' le. M.U., A.sst. Profcssol Everett B. NelT. M.D.. A.sst. Professor Hen H. Nirholson. M.D.. flinical Prof, James I,. Niiliolson. M.D.. Vi Robert L. Noell. M.D.. A.ssoc. Professor Charles F. Obermaiiii. M.D.. A.sst. Pr.- fes.sor Don H. O ' Donoghiie, M.D., Clialeal Pro- fessor Charles M. O ' Leary, M.D.. Asst. Profes- X. Owe s. .Jr.. M.D. Visiting Le g Lectnrer Emil E. Palik, M.D.. Visiti Joe M. Parker. M.D.. Instructor John M. Parrish. Jr., M.D.. Asst. Pro- fessor David D. Paulus. M.D.. Asst. Profe.ssor Grider Penick. M.D., Professor Joseph H. Perlmutt. Ph.D.. Asst. Pro- fessor James G. Phillips, M.D.. In.slructor Russell C. Pigford, M,D., Visiting Lec- turer Tiiomas C. Points, M.D.. Instructor Carroll M. Pounders, M.D., Professor Moorman P. Prosser, M.D.. Assoc. Pro- fessor Carl Puckett. M.D.. Visiting Lecturer Fred A. Qnenzer. M.D.. Instructor •Harvey O. Randel, M.D., Asst. Profes- sor John W. Records, M.D.. Asst. Professor James R. Reed. M.D., Clinical Professor Rudolph J. Reichert, M.D., Clinical Asst. Francis J. Reichmann, D.D.S., Clinical Professor William H. ReifF, M.D.. Instructor Paul B. Rice. M.D., Clinical Asst. Kenneth M. Richter, Ph.D.. Assoc. Pro- fessor James R. Ricks. Jr.. M.D.. Clinical Asst. Joseph A. Rieger. M.D., Assoc. Professor Lea A. Riely, M.D., Professor Emeritus Arthur S. Risser, M.D.. Visiting Lecturer R. Alvin Rix, Jr., M.D.. Clinical Asst. E. Norris Robertson. Jr., M.D., Instructor John M. Robertson, D.D.S.. Instructor John H. Robinson, M.D., Clinical Pro- fessor W. Gerald Rogers, M.D., Assoc. Professor Paul J. Rosenbaum, M.S.. Research As- sociate Charles R. Rountree. M.D., Clinical Pro- fessor Charles A. Royer. M.D.. In.structor William W. Rucks, Jr., M.D.. Assoc. Pro- fessor Peter E. Russo. M.D., Assoc. Professor Leroy H. Sadler. M.D., Assoc. Profes.sor Fenton A. Sanger, M.D.. A.sst. Professor Welborn V. Sanger, M.D.. Instructor Herbert V. L. Sapper. M.D.. Clinical Asst. Milton .J. Serwer. M.D.. Assoc. Professor John W. Shackelford, M.D.. Asst. Profes- Margaret F. Shackelford. M.S.. Instructor ' Deceased February 19.50. Jerome D. Shallfer. M.D., Clinical Asst. Ward L. Shaffer. D.D.S.. A.sst. Professor Mack I. Shanholtz, M.D.. A.sst. Professor Sylvester R. Shaver, M D., Asst. Professor Fay Sheppard, M.S., Instructor Mary V. Sheppard. M.D.. Asst. Professor Marvin R. Shetlar, Ph.D., Instructor Edward E. Shirclilf. .Jr.. M.D.. Instructor Harold A. Shoemaker. Ph.D., Professor Harold B. Shorbe. M.D.. Assoc. Professor Harold (I. Slee|)er. M.D.. Clinical A.sst. Charles A. Smith, M.D.. Assoc. Professor Delbert G. Smith. M.D.. Asst. Professor Edward N. S mith. M.D.. Assoc. Professor Paul W. Smith, Ph.D.. Assoc. Profes.sor Ralph A. Smith. M.D., A.sst. Professor James 1!. Snow. M.D., Profe.ssor Laurence H. Snyder, Ph.D., Professor of Medical Genetics ■James H. Snyder. M.D., Clinical A.sst. Harlan K. Sowell. M.D., Instructor John R. Stacy, M.D., Clinical Asst. Gregory E. Stanbro. M.D.. Assoc. Pro- fessor Allan J. Stanley, Ph.D.. Assoc. Professor Leo J. Starr.v. M.D.. Professor Carl T. Steen, M.D., Visiting Lecturer Herman H. Stone. M.D.. Clinical Asst. Samuel N. Stone. M.D.. Instructor Hugh A. Stout. M.D.. Instructor William E. Strecker. M.D., Clinical Asst. Henry B. Strenge. M.D.. Assoc. Professor Robert T. Sturm, M.D., Instructor A. Nichols Taylor. Ph.D.. As.soc. Professor Charles B. Taylor. M.D.. Professor Emer- itus James M. Taylor, M.D., Instructor Lewis C. Taylor, M.D., Instructor William M. Taylor, M.D., Professor Emer- itus L. Duncan Threlkeld, M.D.. Instructor .Joseph M. Thuringer. M.D.. Professor Charles D. Tool, M.D., Instructor Robert I. Trent, M.D., Asst. Professor Louis A. Turiey, Ph.D., Professor Emeri- tus Henry H. Tu , M.D., Clinical Profes- Reber M. Van Matre, M.D., Instructor Paul M. Vickers. M.D., Instructor Theodore G. Wails, M.D.. Profes.sor William L. Waldrop. M.D.. Clinical Asst. J. Robert Walker, M.D., Instructor O. Alton Watson, M.D., Asst. Professor Henry C. Weber, M.D.. Visiting Lecturer Barbara Wells, M.S.. Instructor Lois L. Wells. M.D.. Asst. Professor Walter W. Wells. M.D.. Professor Emeritus Willis K. West, M.D., Professor Leslie M. Wcstfall, M.D., Professor Emer- itus Cscar R. White, M.D.. Clinical Professor George A. Wiley. M.D., Clinical Asst. Harry Wilkins, M.D., Profe.ssor Charles H. Wil.son, M.D., Clinical Asst. George W. Winkelman, M.D.. Instructor George L. Winn. M.D.. Clinical Asst. John P. Wolff, M.D., Assoc. Professor Neil W. Woodward, M.D., Asst. Professor Leroy D. Wright. D.M.D., Clinical Asst. Andrew M. Young, III, M.D.. Instructor Deceased February 1950. Preceptors, School of Medicine Dr. Joe L. Duer. Woodward Dr. ,1. William Pinch. Hobart Dr. Ray H. Lindsey. Pauls Valley Dr. Herbert A. Masters. Tahlequah Dr. E. A. McGrew, Beaver Dr. J. M. McMillan, Vinita Dr. James F. McMurry, Sentinel Dr. James S. Potty, Guthrie Dr. V. W. Pryor. Holdenville Dr. John R. Taylor. Kingfisher Dr. C. A. Traverse. Alva Dr. Roscoe Walker. Pawhuska Dr. A. J. Weedn, Duncan Dr. L. R. Wilhite, Perkins Dr. Henry D. Wolfe. Hugo Dr. Earl M. Woocl.son. Putcau Dr. J. F. York. Madill •oodwaril: Dr. Ray J. Camp Dr. Myron C. Kngland Dr. Corliss C. Kepler Dr. Ralph G. Obermiller I)r C W Tedrowe Dr. William Bernell Dr. .1. P Braun Dr. M. Wilson Mahone Dr. Ralph S. Phelan Dr. Richard F. Shriner Mountain View: Dr. Jack Burgess Tolbert Pauls Valley : Dr. J. N. Byrd. Jr. Dr. John R. Callaway Dr. J. A. Graham Dr. Hugh H. Monroe Dr. Donald J. Wilson Tahlequah : Dr. Park H. Medearis Dr. Robert K. Mcintosh Beaver : Dr. Theodore D. lienjegerdes Sentinel : Dr. Aubrey E. Stowers Guthrie: Dr. Philip R. Fife Dr. R. F. Ringrose Dr. Louis H. Ritzhaupt Holdenville: Dr. L. A. S. Johnston Dr. Imogene Mayfield Dr. H. V. Sehaff Kingfisher : Dr. C. M. Hodgson Dr. Frank C. Lattimore Okarche : Dr. Milton A. Neumann Dr. Paul Joseph Ottis Hennessey : Dr. H. Violet Sturgeon Alva: Dr. William F. LaFon Dr. John F. Simon Dr. I. F. Stephenson Waynoka : Dr. Rhonald A. Whitenock Pawhuska : Dr. W. H. Aaron Dr. William A. Loy Dr. Glen W. McDonald Dr. Charles S. Stotts Dr. Patil Williamson Fairfax : Dr. Koberl Dean Duncan : Dr. R. A. Ellis Dr. Everett G. King Dr. Fred L. Patterson, Sr. Dr. Fred L. Patterson, Jr. Dr. Fred W. Taylor Dr. E. B. Thomasson Perkins: Dr. Leon C. Freed Stillwater: Dr. Powell E. Fry Dr. Robert E. Roberts Dr. Haskell Smith Hugo : Dr. E. A. Johnson Dr. Fred D. Switzer Dr. Floyd L. Waters Poteau : Dr. Charles Cunningham Madill: Dr. Odis A. Cook Page 239 " Ur analysis " ne Senior L ic add This year ' s senior class has a large number of " firsts " to its credit: First post-war class . . . first class to be given the Rohrschach and other psychological tests in an at- tempt to perfect a method for screening and selecting prospective medi cal students . . . first class to do clerkship at Will Rogers ' A Hospital . . . first class to do clerkship at Central State Hospital in Norman . . . first class to stud - under the A.M. A. ruling designating clerkships for the last two ears of medical school . . . first class to do a preceptor.ship . . . first class to institute the " honor system " for quizzes. Eighty per cent of the class has seen active Federal duty in some form or other during W orld ' ar H. Total war ser ice in man years is two hundred and ten. Jack Enos is top man with five ears and four months. Trailing close behind are Kenneth Godfrey with fi e years and three months and Julius LaCroix with five years and two months. Practically all the service ranks are represented from Lieutenant Colonel to Buck Private. Mary McEhvee carries top rank for the Navy as Lieutenant Commander in the WA ' ES. Out of a total of seventy-four members, fifty-five are married and one is engaged. The average age of the class at graduation is slightly over thirty years. In fact this class is so old that in its freshman year, the then senior class was four years its junior. About the only youthful element in the class is the large number of of-f-springs. According to the latest census, compiled by class statistician, Nick Austin, there are thirty-nine sons anil twenty-two daughters with ages ranging from a few weeks to eighteen years. To this amazing total can be added four more expecting in the very near future. John Cunning- ham leads the pack with four sons. The preceptorship program began in June, 1449. It was an attempt by the Medical School and Oklahoma Medical Association to acquaint more completely prospective yovnig doctors with the opportunities afforded in a small-town practice. The students were highly impressed with the quality of medicine practiced throughout the entire state. Such a favorable impression was made that main have decided to return to the smaller towns at the termination of internship and set up practice. As graduation becomes a realit - the seniors can look back on . . . hours of struggle but also hours of enjoyment . . . interesting lectures but also an occasional dull one. The entire class experienced a great loss on June 15, 1949, with the death of one of its most esteemed and best liked members and wife . . . Alton and Llsie Atteberry. Fi-tal lU-art Tf.iic The iiiilv substitute fur Nil is distance! " Prelude " " This hurts inc more than it dues viiu. ' rr ' :7LHII0« (LISS " EXCELSIOR! " First Roiv: Marvivn Aw Thompsov, Okla. Citv, OCW, Iniv. nf Okla., AEI, Mercy Hospital, Okla. City; Jesse K. Hii.i., Muskogee, Univ. of Okla., King County Hospital, Seattle, Wash.; Fr.ask H. Mc- Gregor, Mangum, Tniv. of Okla., +BII, Tniv. Hospi- tal, Okla. City. Second Rok: M. Felicia Monfort, Alva. OCW, Stet- son Univ., N V State College, AEI, Harris Hospital Ft. Worth, Tex.; Helen I. Wai.l.vce, Enid, Phillips Univ., AEI, Med. College of Va., Richmond, Va. ; Charles E. Wiibasks, Jr., Tulsa, OBI ' , Okla. A M, •Mill, Hillcrest Mem. Hosp., Tulsa. First Roiv: John R. Askins, Jr., Okla. City, Cen- tral State Col., Univ. of Okla., Bn, Fitzsimmons CJcn. Hosp., Denver, Colo.; Gborce N. Austin, Okla. City, Univ. of Okla., +Bn, Walter Reed Cien. Hosp., Washington, D. C. ; Forest C. Barber, Bar- tlesville, NE Teachers Col., George Washington Univ., Okla. A M, Wichita Hosp., Wichita, Kan.; Spekcer E. Berry, Okmulgee, Univ. of Okla., Univ. of Chicago, BIT, Charity Hosp., New Orleans, La.; John A. Blaschke, Norman, St. Louis Univ., Univ. of Iowa, Univ. of Okla., ' B , Letterman (Sen. Hosp., San Francisco, ( alif. ; Robert C. Bowers, Enid, Phillips I ' niv., Southern Baptist Hosp., New Orleans, La.; Wayne J. Bovn, Fairland, Okla. A M, Univ. of Okla., Yale Univ., Univ. of Pa., ■t ' X, Univ. Hosp., OC; Richard S. Bryan, McAles- ter, Okla. A M, Univ. of Okla., ' frBII, Wesley Hosp., OC; GoRooN W. Blffington, Pryor, Univ. BELOW of Okla., Baroness Erlanger Hosp., Chattanooga, Tenn. Second Roiv: Allen H. Bunch, Okla. Citv, OCU, SMU, Central State, Bn, St. Anthony Hosp., OC; AvAl.o V. Caldwell, Okla. Citv, York College, Nebr., Trinitv Univ., Univ. Hosp., OC; Alan S. Cameron, Jr., Wagoner, OCU, Univ. of Okla., NE State Teach. Col., Wesley Hosp., OC; Clem Cra- vens, Tulsa, NE State Teach. Col., Tulsa Univ., Okla. A M, Hillcrest Mem. Hosp., Tulsa; John H. Cunningham, Norman, Univ. of Okla., 4 Bn, Univ. Hosp.; Samuel E. Dakil, Okla. City, Univ. of Okla., OCU, t BII, St. Luke ' s Hosp., Chicago; Jack P. Enos, Okla. Citv, Phillips Univ., Univ. of Okla., Weslev Hosp., OC; Emu, Farris, Okla. Citv, Univ. of Okla., OCU, +BI1, Univ. Hosp., OC; Charles A. Feiglev, Okla. City, OCU, Bn, Kan- sas City, Mo., Gen. Hospital. Third Ron.: Robert M. Gastineau, Tulsa, Univ. of Okla., Bn, Univ. Hosp., OC; George B. (J.ATHERS, Jr., Hinton, Okla. A M, +Bn, Univ. Hosp., OC; E. Lee CJentrv, Tulsa, Univ. of Tulsa. BII, Hillcrest .Mem. Hosp.. Tulsa; Ma. A. CJlaze. Ponca Citv, NE Okla. Jr. Col., Central State, SW Tech., ' t ' Bn ; James C. Glenn, Bartles- villc, Texas .A .M, OCU, +Bn, Letterman Cien. Hosp., San Francisco, Calif.; Kenneth E. God- frey, Okla. Citv, SE State Col., X, Weslev Hosp., OC; Billy N. ' Gray, Okla. Citv, Univ. nf Okla., TCU, +Bn, Brooks CJen. Hosp., San Antonio, Tex. ; Wii.FORD A. CJrimes, Houston, Lipscomb Col., Univ. of Richmond, Univ. of Okla., Hermann Hosp., Houston; Warren G. Gwartney, Boatman, NE State Teach. Col., Univ. of Tulsa, BII, Hillcrest Mem. Hosp., Tulsa. ASKINS Austin Barber Berry Blasch k e Bovvers BnvD Br an BUFFINGI Bunch Caldwell Cameron Cravens Cunningham Dakil Enos Farris Feigley Gastineau Gathers Gentry Glaze Glenn CiODFREV Gray CIrimfs GWARI Nl- Sim Hale Hardegree Hargrove Harrison Henley HOUGES Hudson lllKM, Keow.v King LaCroix Lane Lembke Lindeman Lindsay Manning JUDD Massad ABOVE First Row: A. Eugene Hale, Idabel, Okla. A M, ITniv. of Okla. Will Rog- ers VA Hosp., OC; Harvey C. Hardegree, Jr., Louisville, Univ. of Okla., Bn, Louisville Gen. Hosp.; Robert D. Hargrove, Stillwater, Okla. A M, +Bn, Hillcrest Mem. Hosp., Tulsa; Gene H. Harrison, Okla. Citv, OCU, Bn, St. Anthonv Hosp., OC; Thomas H. Henley, Wetumka, Okla. A M, Univ. of Okla., t Bn, Weslev Hosp., OC; Thomas O. Hodges, Anadarko, S V State Col., Univ. of Okla., Bn, Will Rogers VA Hosp. ; Frederick G. Hudson, Enid, Univ. of Minn., Univ. of Okla., " tX, St. Luke ' s Hosp., San Francisco, Calif.; H. Kenneth Ihric, McAlester, Univ. of Okla., Univ. of Ind., ■I ' BII, St. John ' s Hosp., Tulsa; Loyd W. Judd, Jr., Ardmore, Univ. of Okla., Tulane Univ., X, St. Anthony Hosp., OC. Second Roiv: John T. Keown, Jr., Muskogee, NE State Teach. Col., ' I-Bn, Anchor Hosp., St. Paul, Minn.; Robert W. King, Okla. Citv, Univ. of Okla., OCU, ' I ' BII, St. Anthonv Hosp., OC; Julius A. LaCroix, Jr., Antlers, Ba- cone Col., Okla. A M, ' I-Hn, Univ. Hosp., OC; Kenneth S. Lane, Bartles- ville, Univ. of Okla., ' I ' BII, King Countv Hosp., Seattle, Wash.; Robert L. Lembke, Bvron, NW State Col., Univ. of Okla., +Bn, Hillcrest Mem. Hosp., Tulsa; George M. Lindeman, Okla. City, Colo. Col., Univ. of Mich., Univ. of Marvland, Univ. of So. Dak., Colo. Gen. Hosp., Denver, Colo.; Joseph H. Lindsay, Okla. Citv, Berea Col., t Bn, Univ. of Okla., Mercy Hosp., OC; Wesley T. Manning, Edmond, Central State, t BII, Mercy Hosp., OC; Woodrow W. Massad, Healdton, Univ. of Okla., Bn, Univ. Hosp., OC. First Roia: MMlliam A. A. Matthey ' , Norman, KC Jr. Col., Univ. of Okla., OCU, Bn, Wichita Hosp., Wichita, Kan.; Robert C. Mayfield, Nor- man, Univ. of Okla., Bn, Shreveport Charity Hosp., Shreveport, La.; Mary L. McElwee, Okla. City, Univ. of Okla., AEI, Med Col. of Va., Rich- mond, Va. ; Nova L. Morgan, Gate, Friends ' Univ., Univ. Hosp.; H. Leo Owen, Okla. Citv, Univ. of Okla., OCU, Bn, Univ. Hosp.; L.awrence W. P. TZKOWSKY, Idabel, NW State Teachers Col., 4 Bn, Mercv Hosp., OC; C. Cody Ray, Ada, Mur- ray State, SE State, OCU, " frBn, Mercy Hosp., OC. Second Rotx;: William B. Renfrow, Okla. Citv, Univ. of Okla., Bn, St. Anthony Hosp., OC; - BELOW James W. Rentfrovv, Jr., Perkins, Univ. of Okla., Okla. A M, St. Anthonv Hosp., OC; Jose Rafael Rigual, Puerto Rico, Univ. of Okla., BR, St. An- thonv Hosp., OC; John G. Rollins, Prague, Univ. of Okla., BII, Chirity Hosp., New Orleans, La.; A. Max, Okla. City, Colo. Sch. of Mines, Univ. of Neb., Univ. of Colo., Univ. Hosp.; Fran- cis E. Smith, Norman, Univ. of Okla., BII, Wes- lev Hosp., OC; MiLLicENT XL RRS Stream, Norman, Univ. of Okla., AEI, Trinity Lutheran Hosp., Kan- sas City, Mo.; Denton B. Thomas, Okla. City, Univ. of Okla., Bn, Hillcrest Mem. Hosp., Tulsa. Third Row: Bert E. Throne, Okla. City, OCU, BII, Wesley Hosp., OC; William Wheaton, Okla. City, Toledo Univ., OCU, Bn, Gorgai Hosp., Panama Canal Zone; Claude H. Williams Tr., Okla. Citv, SW State Teach. Col., OCU, +BII " Weslcv Hosp., OC; Jon T. Williams, Blackwell Univ. of Okla., ' tBO, Brvan Mem. Hosp., Lincoln Neb.; W. Scott Wili.i. mson, Okla. City, OBU I ' X, Mercv Hosp., OC; Robert E. Wilson, Okla Citv, Vn v. of Okla., Miami Univ. (Oxford, Ohio) •I ' X; Colo. Univ, Hosp., Denver, Colo.; I.eRoy A Wolever, Okla. City, Central State Col., Okla A M, Bn, Montgomery County Hosp., Morris- town, Pa. ; William Thomas Wright, Oleta, Mur- rav State Col., Okla. A M, Univ. of Ark., -I-X Univ. Hosp., OC. Matthey Mayfield McCants McElwee Morgan Owen Patzkowsky Ray Renfrow Rentfrow Rigual Rollins Shideler Smith Stream Thomas Throne Wheaton Williams, C. Williams, J. Williamson Wilson Wolever Wright iiiKi ke junior L ic ' Til 1 cc of Robert ' s reagent, add — " lU ' tueen patients — the writing exercis The Art of Tcilicine I ad5 This car started u itli fire ami enthusiasm: after all, we had finished (iiir pre-cliiiical ears — at last, we were " down to the real meat. " Now, near the close of the year, the " meat " has been hacked out, cut, sawed, chewed, partially digested, and there remains in its place the bare bone of the third and index fingers o f the right hand. (These histories and physicals must be complete, you know. ) Althougli .Morpheus had little opportuiiit to kiss our eyelids during the evening hours (these histories and physicals must be complete), little sleep was lost, since the tropical atmosphere of the classroom (by courtesx of the frigid window openers) com- bined with the soothing, di_ilcet, soporific oices of main professors to afford deep, sound sleep. Most of us feel that we ha e therapeutics whipped : let ' s see, now, there is digitalis for the cardiacs, boric acid for the skin, ammonium chloride for the kidneys, amphogel (or is it strings?) for the stomach, penicillin for the lungs, knives for the gall bladder and appendix, and total h sterectomies for the ladies. Gee, there must be something left to learn next year! Meantime, to broaden our experience, there are those arranged sight-seeitig tours at Will Rogers (no recreation, no — horrors! — game-pla ing, please) and St. Anthony. The sword of Damocles has nothing on the student who is " one up " to assist the stork. Baby washing, sans experience on one ' s own, gives a sense of new power and responsibility. With this and more, we rejoice in our graduate school status and our mature responsibil- ities, as we sign the daily roll. On the studious side, Ave treasure our antique textbooks, fresh from the bookshop shelves, ami read them, once in a while, avoiding the terrible " fine print stuff " like the plague. Ve learn, anew, the glories of general practice, from specialists. And thus, kaleidoscopically, the services and da s roll on. That " greener grass " of the Senior year is really getting nearer now, and we are beginning to nerve ourselves for its rigors. There is something about this year that has made us truly thankful: the fact that we ha e not had to cram for a quiz every time we turn around. Comes the happy time of finals, though, and we shall know whether this year is to end with a bang or a whimper. The .Art of Medicine II DL ■The best vear of our li Bash Cai.hoon Bei.i. Cochran Bleviss c. Coin- above First Row: Vincent C. Bash, Jr., Tulsa, Univ. of No. Car., Univ. ot Texas; Ho v- ARD Brvant Bell, Okla. City, Univ. of Okla., " tX ; Walter Eugene Blevins, Okeene, Okla. A. M., Murray State College ; Berton E. Brai.y, Buffalo, Northwestern State College, Texas Chris- tian Univ.; William Robert Bvnum, Okla. Citv, Univ. of Okla., Central State College, i X. Sicond Roii:: En L. Cai.hoon, Beaver, Northwestern State College, X ; BrvCE Holmes Cochran, Caddo, Southeastern State College, +X ; Carl Gene Coin, Ardmore, Univ. of Okla., Kansas State Teachers College, +BII ; James Walter Coin, Jr., Ardmore, Brigham Young Uni- versity, Univ. of Okla., ■t ' KIl ; Anne Comfort Covrtright, Norman, Univ. of Okla., A.E.I. BELOW First Roii:: Charles Ernest Baker, Ardmore, Murray State School of Agri- culture, Univ. of Okla., ' I ' X ; Frank Wilson Clark, Durant, Southeastern State College, " J ' X; Mark Allen Everett, Okla. City, Univ. of Okla., l Bn ; Nova Linda Galloway, Roosevelt, Univ. of Tulsa, Univ. of Okla.; Wilton N. Jo.NES, Mangum, Univ. of Okla., Louisiana State Univ., Texas State School of Mines, X ; J. p. Keller, Duncan, Cameron College, Utah State College, Okla. Citv Univ., Univ. of Okla., Bn ; Rex E. Kenvon, Cleveland, Univ. of Okla., X. Second Row: Wallace Warren McWhirter, Vanoss, Univ. of Okla., +Bn; Ralph E. Meinhardt, Okla. City, Univ. of Okla.; Warren Harvey Porter, Enid, Phillips Univ., " I ' X; W. C. Sawyer, Lindsay, Central State College, X; Phillip B. Smith, Sulphur, Univ. of Okla., " Bn ; David C. Valuer, Stillwater, Okla. A. M., Cornell Univ., t Bn ; Levona Sarah Williams, Wakita, Univ. of Okla., A.E.L Baker McWhirier Clark Meinhardt Everett Porter Galloway Sawvi-k Jones P. B. Smith Keller Valuer Kenyon Williams Page 246 « CI. CouRTRicHT Craig Davidson Fi.ocK Hansen Haralson G. Davis R. Davis C. Engles L. Engles C. P Kkuin C. R. Erui Henton HiNKLE Holman Hulen JoBE Kent ABOVE First Roiu: Claiborne Lee Courtright, Stillwater, Okla. A. M. ; William J. Craig, Okla. City, Univ. of Okla. ; Wallace N. Davidson, Jr., Cushing, Univ. of Okla., Bn ; George Henry Davis. Seminole, Univ. of Okla., Bn ; Randall Eugene Davis, Duncan, Univ. of Okla., Okla. A. $c M. ; Charles F. Engles, Durant, Southeastern State Teachers College, " t ' X; Loretta Graham Engles, Okla. Citv, Univ. of Okla., A.E.I. ; Cheslev Para Erwin, Wellston, Univ. of Okla., Bn ; Constance Raab Erwin, Okla. Citv, Okla. Citv Univ., Univ. of Okla., A.E.I. Second Roiii: Eugene R. Flock, Muskogee, Muskogee Junior College, North- eastern State College, Okla. City Univ., t Bn ; Daniel G. Hansen, Okla. City, Okla. Military Academy, Univ. of West Virginia, Univ. of Okla., BII; Prescott H. Haralson, Tulsa, Univ . of Tulsa, Duke Univ., ' t ' X ; H. Henton, Rush Springs, Univ. of Okla., X; Alfred Blrke Hinkle, Ed- mond. Central State College; James H. Holman, Temple, Cameron Agricul- ture College, Okla. A. M., I ' niv. of Okla., X ; William I.. Hulen, Elgin, Univ. of Okla., X ; James Phillip Jobe, Muskogee, Muskogee Junior Col- lege, Univ. of Okla. ; Charles Travis Kent, Jr., Enid, Univ. of Okla. BELOW First Row: Gale Robert Kimball, Stillwater, Okla. A. M.; Elmer Phil- lip Klein, Ardmore, Univ. of Okla., t Bn ; Fred Mac Long, Enid, Phillips Univ., " t ' X ; Alvin Lewis Lowe, Springfield, Mo., Southwest State Univ., Springfield, Mo., Univ. of Missouri; Ray Vern McIntyre, Tryon, Central State College; Robert D. Mercer, Hominy, Okla. A. M.; Phillip E. Mor- gan, Tecumseh, Univ. of Okla., Bn ; Richard B. Price, Okla. City, Univ. of Okla., Univ. of Texas, Bn ; Harvey L. Schloesser, Okla. Citv, Univ. of Okla., ' t ' Bn. Second Row: Laurence O. Short, Fallis, Central State College; John Dar- RELL Smith, Cherokee, Northwestern State College, " t ' X; Paul Greer Smith, Ada, Univ. of Okla., Univ. of Texas, George Washington Univ., East Cen- tral State College, ' X ; Harold Tavylor, Jr., Jamestown, No. Dak., Jamestown College, Univ. of North Dakota, BII ; Louis M. Theimer, Mus- kogee, St. John ' s College, Northeastern State College, Univ. of Okla.; How- ard Dale Tutti.e, Sapulpa, Univ. of Chicago, Okla. A. M., I ' Kri ; Leon- ard A. Wall, Adams, Univ. of Okla., Spring Hill College, " I ' BII; John W. Ward, Pauls Vallev, Univ. of Okla., Bn ; Fred W. Weber, Okla. City, Univ. of Okla., Okla. City Univ., Univ. of South Dakota; S. Victor Veakel, Okla. Citv, Univ. of Okla., Bn. Kimball Klein Long Lowe McIntyre Mercer Short P. Smith J. Smith Taylor Theimer Tuttie Wall ' f •• 4J " dm p o n o ' Page 247 ■I Pcar- hnpc palpates poppa. ke J opkomore L ic op a56 As we weighed in tor the Sophomore year, the total bulk was about the same, but it was distributed differenth — more aist and less hair. Soon the great weight ot responsi- bility settled quietly around our shoulders and the hot air and tinkling laughter of ester- _ ear was replaced with such words as Atherosclerosis, Rheumatic Fever. Congesti e Heart Failure, and such thoughts as, " Do I have it; I ' ve got the symptoms. " Hardly had our little " fannies " become accustomed to the velvety softness of the hardwood seats on floor number two, -when WHAM ! we were introduced to another, and even more horrible, portion of the " GRFAT PLAN " — the po p quiz. TORTLRK? — scarcely was the word apropos for the way we felt now. Imagine some sixty-odd little beings each class hour furtively glancing up from their mad note taking to see if possibly the professor would b ' some tell-tale mien give a cine as to whether todav would be the day for a quiz— GHASTLY " ! To crawl on — mid-semester drew nigh and man - ha ing failed to pass several of the aforementioned " quickies " began to wonder if perhaps, as the saying goes, " they had had it. " Oivi of this group timidly asked the " Big " what type quiz we might expect for our mid-semester in Pathology and he graciousK ' replied, " Oh, it will probably be sub- jective or objective, multiple choice, true-false, fill in essay, matching, or oral, but don ' t study our books ' cause it won ' t be taken from them. " After that, we all breathed a lot easier ! Thanksgiving AH! how sweet it was and how dili ' erenth turke tasted after Herb ' s coffee(?) and Cel ' s breaded veal cutlets. Life looked brighter for a few weeks after our reluctant return — Christmas was in the offing. During the respite, each in his own accustomed manner, whether it was R e, Scotch, egg-nog, or " Vhite Lightning " , quietly forgot for a time. At this time, a new threat loomed on the very near horizon — FINALS. It is said that if some experience is too fantastic or horrible for the human mind, it promptly and blessedly forgets said experience. We were blessed! So, passing over the great blank, finals week, we found ourselves in a new semester and, we might add, a new world. One thing remained with us, that specter, " The Great Plan " , but in a new form. Two new portions were added : one, myriad courses ; two, amnestic doctors — each playing his course into our delicate little hides all the while for- getting the fourteen others with the same fanatic zeal. The ancients wrote that trials and tribulations bring men closer together. We have added weight to these observations proof of which can be obtained b a brief isit to para- sitolog ' lab — pheewe! It must be love! Passing meteorically along, it is seen that tresh tramiia to our frail forms obscures the already cloudy future — mid-semester exams and State Board exams. And it came to pass, that as the miserable little band of knowledge seekers trudged wearily onward they heartened each other with ijuick nips of " Sophomore Jo juice " and spoke of the future. •Sophomore Joy Juice: Phcnobarb, Dexedrim-, Caffeine, Codeine and Str chnine mixed and blended with just enough " straight grain " to smi ' oth out the rough spots. Champions basking Endurance test SOPHOMORE OFFICERS: Standing, left to right: Horton, Student Council; Elliott, Student Council; Davenport, Secretary. Seated: Payne, ' ice-Pre5ident ; McCleery, President. Careful Clemans cultivates cocci. " Forty-eight, forty-nine, fift 3. siriiiiE cuss " Oh, to be a Junior, now that Basic Science is here. ' Mii: . M , .4. - Barnes Beck Bell, E. Bell, J. Blackketter Boatman ABOVE Virst Rov:: LvsN ' C. Barnes, Jr., Miami, L ' niv. of Minn.. Phillips Univ., X ; Charles E. Beck, Okla. Citv, Illinois College, Tniv. of Chicago, Univ. of Okla., X; EVGENE S. Bell, Okla. Citv, Okla. Citv Univ., Univ. of Okla., Bn. Second Roil.- James P. Bell, Tccumseh, Okla. City l ' niv., BII; Do.NALD E. Blackketter, Leedy, Beulah College, Pomona College; Karl K. Boatman, Nowata, Univ. of Okla., BI1. BELOW First Row: Quentin ' T. Brooks, Pauls ' allev, Univ. of Okla., l ' niv. of Calif., -t-X; Leo P. Cavvlev, Drumright, St. Benedict ' s College, Okla. A. M., BIl; Marion D. Christensen, Mutual, Phillips l niv., X ; David C. Clemans, CJuymon, Panhandle A. M., l ' niv. of Okla., " J ' X ; Ted Clemens, Jr., Okla. City, l ' niv. of Okla., t Bn ; James T. Colwick, Jr., Durant, South- eastern State College, S.M.U., X; Mahlon E. Ingham, Newkirk, Okla. A. M., X; Howard S. Davenport, Davis, Univ. of Okla., +X; Ralph C. Dennv, CJuthrie, Central State College, U. S. Navy Service and Schools, " tX. Second Row: James L. Diacon, Alva, Northwestern State College, X; James H. Elliott, Enid. Phillips l ' niv., ' X; John R. Fisni av, Okla. City, Oregon State College, l ' niv. of Okla., BlI ; Harry E. Fisher, Jr., Tulsa, Univ. of Okla., Vanderbilt Univ., Tulsa Univ., +X ; .Mairice C. Fiouay, Hugo, E. Kentuckv State Teachers College, Univ. of Cincinnati, Okla. A. M., X; Milton L. Godlev, Woodward, Okla. A. M., ' I ' X; Jasper C. Hallford, Enid, Okla. Baptist Univ., Phillips Univ., X ; Orville U. Holt, Muse, Univ. of Okla., t BII; Joe C. Horton, Hollis, New York Univ., Univ. of Okla., I BI1. Brooks Cawley Diacon Elliott ChRISTENSEN D. ( l.EMANS T. Cl-EMENS COLWICK InCHAM DAVENIMml DeNNY Findlay Fisfier Fuquay Goni.EV Hallkord Holt Hortdn f ( k A. t It . 1- k ! mtM Page 250 BUSWELL Meares Harris Knoeloch Lester Thompson Patten Barnett Leonard McCl.EERY Long Jennings Jones McDonnold McGregor McGovern ABOVE First Ro w: Arthur W. Busvvell, Kingfisher, Univ. of Okla.; Hugh M. Conner, Jr., Okla. City, Syracuse Univ., I ' niv. of Illinois, Univ. of Okla., •• " X; Jack A. Harris, Bartlesville, Central State College, X ; William H. Knobloch, Jr., Cushing, Bismarck (N. D.) Jr. College, Okla. A. M. ; Jo- seph C. Lester, Miami, Northeastern State College, Okla. A. M., Iowa State College, ' I ' X ; Edward Lerov Leonard, Chickasha, Okla. Citv Univ., Univ. of Okla., BII ; Willie G. Long, Shattuck, Okla. A. M., J Bn ; George H. Jennings, Okla. City, Okla. Mil. Acad., Univ. of Okla., •t ' Bn ; Stephen T. Jones, Central State College, Univ. of Okla., X. Second Ro iu: Cecil H. Meares, Jr., Muskogee, Okla. A. M., Sam Houston State Teachers, Louisiana State Univ., Univ. of Okla., ♦BII; Herman C. Moody, Okla. City, Okla. City Univ.; Lawrence E. Thompson, Jr., Musko- gee, Okla. A. M., Syracuse Univ., I ' X ; William R. Patien, Norman, t ' niv. of Okla., +BII ; Duane A. Barnett, Woodward, N ' orthwestcrn State College, Univ. of Okla., X; James M. McCleerv, Edmond, Central State College, X; George F. McDonnold, Okla. City, Okla. Citv Univ., Univ. of Okla., Okla. A. M., t Bri; Robert A. McGregor, Mangum, Univ. of Okla., Naval Hosp. School, Bn ; James L. McGovern, Wewoka, Okla. A. M., I ' niv. of Toledo, East Central State College, X. BELOW First Roil.-: Arnold G. Nelson, Ninnekah, Clifton Jr. College, Colgate Univ., North Texas State College, X ; Hugh B. Norris, withdrawn; Stephen Parks, Stigler, Northeastern State College, Okla. City Univ., Univ. of Okla., •t ' BII; George E. Merklev, Jr., Depew, Central State College, L ' niv. of Okla., X; Donald E. Payne, Rush Springs, Univ. of Okla., •t ' Bn; Bryce R. Petrie, Okla. City, Okla. City Univ., Univ. of Okla., X; George R. Randels, Nor- man, Univ. of Okla., " tX; Paul E. Sadler, Muskogee, Northeastern State Col- lege, t Bn. SeconJ Ro ' iv: Jerald R. Senter, Tulsa, Univ. of Tulsa, Okla. A. M., Bn ; Burl E. Stone, Council Hill, Northeastern State College, Peabodv College, Bn; Billy R. Taylor, Ninnekah, Okla. A. M., Okla. Citv Univ., Univ. of Okla., -t-BII; John M. Moore, Ada, East Central State College, X; Charles R. V ' eirs, Pawhuska, l ' niv. of Okla., ' I ' X; William A. Vint, Tulsa, Tulsa Univ., Washington Univ.; Jasper L. Wheeler, Jr., Durant, South- eastern State Teachers College, " I ' X; Granville J. Womack, Okla. City, Okla. Citv Univ., Rockhurst College, X. Nelson Norris Parks Merkley Payne Petrie Randels Sadler Senter Stone Taylor Moore Veirs Vint Wheeler Womack Page 251 ke reskman L ic a66 W ' e represent the largest class to be accepted during the peacetime history of the -Medical School. Our hopes were elevated by being told we were all accepted with the idea eighty doctors would graduate in ' 53. The rush chairmen of the two fraternities, each claiming to have the best supply of " cheaters " available, greeted us with open arms. Tear-stained quizz books constantly reminded us of the victims of sophomore council. AVe began our studies by trving to isolate a few essentials from a chaotic mixture of facts related to anatomy, histology and embryology. A myriad of study habits were ob- ser ed : The minorit) read the textbooks, main iiiuinbled to themseK es, ami the rest of us used " Stiles " . We survived the first semester finals as completely mascerated as the histologv slides, and then made our pilgrimage to Herb ' s for some of that " now better than ever, 6c coffee " . A new semester started before the anesthesia of the first wore off. This time the potency of the drug was increased. The mysteries of physiology, biochemistry, and neuro- anatomy proved equally involved. Soon another cry of " the grades are posted! " . . . Each frosh began to wonder fearfully if he would be the one to get the axe. The year ended with sevent -eight semi-skilled urinanalysts looking forward to the easy life of a sophomore. ' ]Jut, Or. Dt ' CJaris, ue cut that nerve on piirpfise! " Throu!j;h ,t {;Iass darkly Wandering Minds " Now the phisma cell lonks like this VL Fmsiysi m " In the beginning there vas a Freshman. ' Allek Bailev iC f!l f . Q Al.LISON ' Bai.i.ingrr AMt AI.I. Beasley First Roiv: Jerome Adams, Corn, I ' niv. of Okla., X; Rollie E. Allen, Lawton, Tniv. of Okla., Bn ; Robert L. Allison, Woodward, North- western State College, " X ; Robert Amdall, Carnegie, Univ. of Okla., ■1 X. ScionJ Row: Rav Athev, Muskogee, I ' niv. of Arkansas, +Bn ; Harry K. Bailev, Shawnee, Univ. of Okla., Bn ; Irwin Ballinger, Ada, East Central College, X; Gerald L. Beaslev, Jr., Tulsa, I ' niv. of Tulsa, l Bn. Firs! Roiv: W. E. Bennett, Okla. City, Univ. of Okla. ; Robert D. Boles, Cashing, Okla. A. M., X; Jane Bondurant, withdrawn; Earl M. Bricker, Jr., Okla. City, Univ. of Okla., I X ; Claude H. B. Brown, Sasakwa, Univ. of Okla., Bn ; Philip O. Carey, Okla. City, Univ. of Okla., Bn; Eugene A. Castle, McAlester, Austin Col- lege, ' I ' X; Charles W. Cathey, Ardmore, I ' niv. of Okla., t BII ; William Robert Collins, Vinita, Northeastern State College, J Bn. BELOW Second Row: Walter Mason Cox, Lawton, Little Rock Jr. College, Univ. of Okla., X; Perry F. Crawford, Okla. City, Univ. of Okla., Bn ; C. D. Davenport, Okla. Citv, Central State Teachers Col- lege ; W. F. Denny, Guthrie, Okla. A. M., Cen- tral State Teachers College, " ( ' X; J. C. Devine, Bixby, Northeastern State College, i BII; Bailey L. Dietrich, Carnegie, Phillips Univ.; Gerald S. Dowdy, Jr., Shawnee, Central State Teachers Col- lege; Mary Duffy, Okla. City, St. Mary ' s College; A. B. Eddington, Tulsa, Univ. of Tulsa, l Bn. Third Row: Raymond L. Encles, Durant, South- eastern State College; William F. Ewtnc, Norman, Univ. of Okla., ! Bn ; Thomas C. Finn, Jr., Tulsa, Northeastern State College, ' I ' X ; John H. Floyd, Bethany, Bethany-Peniel College, ' I ' BII ; William S. Harrison, Sand Springs, Univ. of Michigan, Bn; William Gipson Harvey, Jr., Okla. City, Okla. Baptist Univ.; Joseph Ted Herbelin, Tulsa, Univ. of Tulsa, J Bn ; Jack D. Honaker, Tulsa, Texas Militarv College, Univ. of Okla., I BII ; Gerald L. Honick, Newkirk, Okla. A. M., " t-X. Bennett Boles Bondurant Bricker Brown Cox Crawford Davenport Denny Devine Encles EWINC Finn Floyd Harrison Carey Castle Cathey Collins Dietrich Dowdy Duffy Eddingtov Harvey Herbelin Honaker IIomck Q - L.UK W. Moore ABOVE first Roit;: Luster Jacobs, Jr., Hanna, Okla. City Univ.; Wiley Jeter, Ada, East Central State College, X; Burke Lair, Norman, Univ. of Okla., ' J ' Bn ; Gerald Lively, Muskogee, Northeastern State College, " PBII; James R. Lou- ell, Muskogee, Phillips Univ.; Lerov Lumpkins, Okla. City, Univ. of Okla., X; Frank Mahan, Panama, Univ. of Okla., J Bn ; Paul Masters, Ponca Citv, Univ. of Okla., " tX ; Howard Maudlin, Shawnee, Okla. Baptist Univ., X ' Second Row: B. H. Moore, Okla. City, Univ. of Okla., -I ' BH ; Robert Moore, Hobart, Southwestern State College, B1I ; William Moore, Okla. City, Univ. of Okla., l ' Bn ; Robert Morgan, Seminole, Univ. of Okla., ' Msn ; William Morgan, Tulsa, Univ. of Tulsa, " I ' Bri ; James Morse, Calvin, Texas A. M.; Donald G. Morton, Okla. City, Univ. of Okla., +BII; Jack Mose- LEY, Muskogee, Northeastern State College, ' I ' BII ; Jack McCabe, Okla. City, Univ. of Okla., -tX. First Row: William Robert McCabe, McAlester, Northeastern State College, Univ. of Okla., X ; Robert R. McCarver, Jr., Wister, Univ. of Okla., Bn; James R. McFarland, Stroud, Central State College, X; J. D. McGoverv, Wewoka, Univ. of Okla.; Arthur W. Nunnery, Chickasha, Univ. of Okla., X; Robert J. Overstreet, Durant, Univ. of Okla., Bn; Jack W. Parrish, Ponca City, O.A.M.C, X; Dale Peffly, Amorita, Northwest- ern State College, ' I ' X; C. B. Pivkerton, Wayne, Northeastern State College, BII. BELOW Second Row: Robert E. Power, Okla. City, Univ. of Okla, l Bn ; Lindbergh J. Rahhal, VVeleetka, Univ. of Okla., J Bn; Robert C. Raedeker, Okla. City, Univ. of Okla., ' t ' Bn ; John R. Rhine, Tulsa, Univ. of Tulsa, ' f ' BII; J. B. Satterheld, Bristow, Northeastern State College, " tBri ; Darrell Arnold Seei.ig, Trvon, O.A.M.C; Donald J. Sheffel, Tulsa, Univ. of Okla., •i ' Bn; Carl W. Smith, Jr., Enid, Univ. of Okla., Bn ; J. J. Standifer, Elk Citv, Univ. of Okla., X. Third Row: Robert M. Stover, Miami, Univ. of Okla., " t X ; Thomas W. Taylor, Enid, Northwest- ern State College, X; H. L. Wall, Britton, Univ. of New Mexico, Central State College, " I ' X; James Albert Webb, Ponca City, Northern Oklahoma Junior College, Univ. of Okla., ' X; Richard G. Williams, Shawnee, Univ. of Okla., Okla. Baptist Univ., X ; Richard L. Winters, Stringtown, Southeastern State College, X; Walter H. Whit- comb, Woodward, Univ. of Okla., " tX; Robert Zumwalt, Vinita, Okla. Baptist Univ., X. McCabe McCarver McFarland McGovern Nunnery Overstreet Parrish Peffly Pinkerton Power Rahhal Raedeker Rhine Satterfield Seelig Sheffel Smith Standifer Stover Taylor Wai l Webb Williams Winters Whitcomb Zumwalt 1 I ' hl Clii -Medical Fraternity, which was founded for the purpose of bringing about a closer fellowship among men who are pursuing the study and practice of Medicine, is unusual in tliat it had a dual origin. At the University of ' ermont, in 1889, the Alpha chapter was formed. This group subsequently joined forces with other similar organizations in medical colleges in the East and was later to be known as the Eastern Division. The Alpha Chapter of Phi Chi South was formed as an independent organization at the University of Louisville in Kentucky five ears later. The two organizations remained separate until in 1897 it became apparent that they were actually identical. A merger was ef- fected on February 26th of that year. From these beginnings, the present-day international organi- zation of Phi Chi has grown. Our fraternity now recognizes 68 active chapters in the United States and on foreign soil. Of a total census of approximately 100,000 Doctors of Medicine who are associated with the eight leading American Medical Fraternities more than 28,000 are life- time members of Phi Chi. Omicron Kappa of Phi Chi was founded at the University of Oklahoma School of ledicine on November 25, 1922. Since that time it has risen to a position of leadership on our campus. Its present student roll numbers 86 active mem- bers. A substantial majority of the younger graduates of the School of Medicine, who were affiliated with a Medical Fraternity during their undergraduate days, are Phi Chis. Lymicron appa L kapter of 1 U 1 I H 1 ipp ipi OFFICERS KrXNKTH (tODI-RKV W. C. Saw VKR 11 R i: PoRTlCR . I WHS .Mc( i() KRN ' . I ' Rii. M. l.o (; . I lllW ARI) I) INI ' ORT I SMI S Col.W ICK l5on R wDKi.s . j{|i.i. I)i: . I.I.OM) |l 1)1) Presiding Senior Presiding Jiniior Secretary Treasurer Alumni Secretary Rush Chairman Social (. ' hairman PioLjiani C ' hairman Ru h Captain judge Advocate Page 256 ! , r r f r r ' cr I 3 f;;- ?(MC, (■ « rif hl: Adams, AlliM.ii, Amdall, BalHngcr, Barnes, Barnett, Bash, Beck, Bell, Bennett, B.iles. SfionJ Roic: Boyd, Brickcr, Brixiks, B num, Calhoun, Castle, Clark, Clemmens, Cochran, Cohvick, Cox. ThirJ Rok: C. D. Davenport, H. S. Davenport, R. Dennv, W. Denny, Diacon, Elliott, Charles Engles, Rayrnr)nd Engles, Finn, Fisher, Fuqiiay. Fourth Roiv: Godfrey, Godiey, Grimes, Halltord, Haralson, Hcnton. Hinklc, Holman, Hudson, Hulen, Hnnick. Fifth Ruii;: Ingham, Jacobs, Jeter, S. T. Jones, W. N. Jones, Judd, Kenyon, Long, Lumpkins, Masters, J. M. McCalie. Sixth Row: V. R. McCabe, McCleery, McFarland, McCJovern, Moore, Nelson, Norris, Nunnery, Parrish, Petfly, Petrie. Si-vetilh Rnic: Randels, Sawyer, Shideler, Short, J. D. Smith, P. G. Smith, Standifer, Stover, Taylor, Veers, Wall. Eighth Rok: Webb, Whitcomb, Williams, Wilson, Winters, Womack, Wright, Zumwalt. Page 257 Phi Beta Pi, national medical fraternity, was toiinded March 10, 1891, at Western Pennsyl- ania Medical College. The Alpha Lambda thaptcr was founded at the University of Olcla- lioiiia in 1912 and for many years was the only tratcrnitN on the campus. The active member- sliip of the local chapter consists at present of 1 15 men. The traditional program of fraternity activi- ties — meetings, dances, parties, and the annual LeRoy Long Lectureship — was this year aug- mented by a series of monthly dinners at which outstanding alumni and faculty members have addressed the membership. Dr. Cleve Bellar, an alumnus and at present Director of Postgraduate Education at our institution, has been instrumen- tal in founding and continuing this fine series of talks. Dr. Bellar, in his capacity of faculty ad- visor to the fraternity, has given generoush of time and advice. The success of the Phi Beta Pi Annual Spring Formal through the past twenty years has re- sulted in this party becoming the outstanding so- cial event of not only our fraternity but of the Med School as a whole. This year ' s dance prom- ises to carry on the tradition. An ambitious program for organization of the alumni of our chapter has been newly under- taken. This department of fraternal activity has been long neglected, and it is hoped that a strong alumni body can be gradually built up to a meas- ure of its potential strength. Thus, by these and other activities, Phi Beta Pi is distinguishing itself here at the dawn of a new half centurv. y lpka cJLamhda L kapter or 1 II I D L 1 A I I Stiiiiiliiii;, lift to right: Kiwiii, Trcasuii ' r; McPon- nold, Rush Chairman; Everett, National Repi)rter; Flock, Historian; Boatman, Vice-Archon. St itid: G. Davis, Secretary; Price, . ' Xrchoii. Page 258 n e 1 . :: a p QraHl 31 ' First Rov. li-fl to right: Allen, Askins, Athev, Austin, Bailey, Berry, E. Bell, J. Bell, Blaschke, Boatmen, Kr.) vn, Buffinston, Bunch. Second Rozii: Carey, Cathey, Cauley, Clemens, G. Coin, W. Coin, Collins, Courtu right, Crawford, Cunningham, Oakil, Davidson, G. Davis. Third Roiv: R. Davis, Devine, Dowdy, Eddington, Erwin, Everett, Ewing, Floyd, Findley, Flock, Gastineau, Gathers, Gentry. Fourth Roiu: Gray, Gwartney, Hansen, Hardegree, Hargrove, Harrison, Henley, Herbelin, Hodges, Holt, Honaker, Horton, Ihrig. Fifth Roiv: Jennings, Keown, King, Klein, LaCroix, Leonard, Lemhke, Lair, Lindsay, Lively, Lowe, Mahon, Massad. Sixth Roil-: Matthey, Mayfield, McCarver, McDonnold, R. McGregor, R. Morgan, P. Morgan, V. Morgan, B. H. Moore, R. Moore, V. Moore, Morton, Mosley. Seventh Ro w: Overstreet, Owen, Parks, Patzkowsky, Payne, Pinkerton, Power, Price, Rahhal, Ray, Renfrow, Rollins. Eighth Roil. ' : Rhine, Sadler, Satterfield, Schloesser, Senter, Sheffel, C. Smith, P. B. Smith, F. Smith, Sttine, H. Taylor, V. Taylor. ' i th Roiv: Thomas, Throne, Tuttle, ' alder. Wall, Ward, Wheaton, Wilbanks, C. Williams, L. Williams, Wolever, Yeakel. Not Pictured: Barber, Brake, Keller, Frank McGregor, McWhirter, Meares, Patten. Page 259 y fu L kapter of UPHA EPSILII OFFICERS FOR 1949-50: McEKvce, President; Erwiii, V ice-Presideiit ; Courtright, Corresponding Secretary; Williams, Record- ing Secretary; Stream, Treasurer. Women in White With the purpose of maintaining a high standard among women in medicine and to help all women to at- tain a happier and more abundant life, a group of women physicians founded Alpha Epsilon Iota just sixty years ago. This fraternal organization for women in medicine has grown to become the largest of its kind, with 26 ac- tive chapters. Nu chapter, which was installed at Okla- homa in 1921, was hostess to the (iranii Chapter meeting for the first time, in October, 194S. Activities each year include social meetings with guest speakers, an annual picnic, and a banquet for women pre- medical students. Alpha Epsilon Iota, by bringing together women grad- uates and students of medicine, thus manifests itself as a useful and needed force in medical schools throughout the nation, and in our own institution. Tiif Rmi. lifl hi riglil: Thompson, Courtright, Outf), Monlort, F.iigle Helium Roil-: Krwin, McElwee, Stream, W.nlLice, Williams. ■ f This siiacious lounge has been the scene of many momentous occasions . . . ne ' er to be tor- gotten by the participants. Ve thrill to think of those who will pause here, young people from all walks of life who will meet within these walls, as we have, striving to learn how best to serve humanity . . . Th e Editors N ' icwing a small part of these artistic surroundings, is it any wonder we take such pride in our school ? Here we li e, laugh, learn . . . and our growing knowledge and understanding generates a heartfelt gratitude to the men and women, who so generously extend to us oppor- tunities both imique and incomparable. Under the direction of the School of Medicine of the University of Oklahoma, the School of Nursing has ad- vanced favorably in its thirty-nine years of existence, so that it proudly presents this World of Today with capable professional nurses. Last August, for the first time since Vorid War II, senior students participated in the commencement exer- cises at Norman. Undergraduates paid particular atten- tion to Hester Hall, which was selected as living quarters for future affiliating nurses. On September 1st, the Psy- chiatric affiliation was inaugurated at Central State Hos- pital with nine of our students in the first class. Social life has taken on added zest with the addition to our staff of a Social Director in the person of ] Irs. Marceleete Higbie, B.S., University of Oklahoma, 1 3 . New positions added to our facult - include a I ' ublic Health Nurse, enriching our educational program. State Pool Examinations were something new in ' 4 ' . These were prepared by the National League of Nursing Education, and given to students in forty-four states. Eleven of our students participated, with all passing every subject, and one having the highest average in the state, 96.8 per cent. Vedding bands have been appearing in rapidly increas- ing numbers on the campus since student nurses are al- lowed to marry and continue their educational program. This truly has been an e entful year, full of moments we will ne er forget . . . the shot-gun wedding at the Sadie Hawkin ' s Dance; the sudden surge of pride when our Director, Mary R. Caron, announced at student body meeting that our school had been classified in Group 1, top 25 per cent, of the nation ' s basic nursing programs; Dr. ' ernon Cushing with his hearty " ho-ho-ho " as he played Santa at our house Christmas parties; the candle- lighting at capping ... so many big moments, and so many more to come! We are genuinely proud of our school ' s progress, and eagerly look forward to its future achievements. Page 261 DIBEdOe anlFUlLII O.U.S.X. proudly presents this splendid staff. L nder their leadership the students are developing well-rounded personalities. In the process of becoming good nurses they are developing into good citizens. It is the sincere wish of the students that they may have the privilege of their guidance and teaching over a long period of time . It is the ambition of the students to maintain the high standards and lofty ambitions that have been set for them bv their Director and Faculty. Mary R. Caron, R.N., B.S., M.A. Director, School of Nursing Maria B. Hawkins, R.N., B.. ., M.A. Educational Director DoROTHV C. Grant, R.N., B.S. Supervisor of Clinical Instructioi Children ' s Hospital Georgia P.atterson, R.N., B.S. Supervisor of Clinical Instruction in Medical and Surgical Nursing WOk DoRriTHv Tayrien, R.N., B.S. ursiim Arts Iiistruitnr Margaret L. Phii.i.ips, R.N. Siipiiv i ' - ' ir nf I ' lniKiture Nursery Ida G. Lanskv, R.N., B.S. Marcei.eete B. IIigiuk, H.S. Instructor in Public Health Nursing Social Director for School of Nursing Mary J. Campbell, R.N., B.S. Assistant Nursing Arts Instructor Frances G. Phelps, R.N. Supervisor of Orthopedic Nursing Vera Parman, B.S., M.H.Ec. Instructor in Dietetics Jessie Ritii Cotkin, R.N., B.S. Clinical Instructor in Medical and Surgical Nursing mnmK ani iead mm Our memories would be incomplete without the inclusion of our supervisors and head nurses. Day by day, they do so much, with pleasant words and helping hands, to make actual ward experiences more meaningful. We offer a sincere tribute to them for the sympathetic understanding they have given us. Pattersok, R.N., B.A., M.A. Director of Nursing Service First Ro iv, left to right: Marie C. Andrews, Supervisor, Chil- dren ' s Nursing Service; Ruth C. Hunt, Supervisor, Main Nurs- ing Service; Laverne Chapman, Supervisor, Main Operating Room; Ethel Garrett, Supervisor, Out-Patient Department; Lizzie Jackson, Supervisor, Central Supply Room; Thirza Powell, Supervisor, Obstetrics; Dora E. Conder, Supervisor, Aides and Orderlies; Anna Walker, Supervisor, Children ' s Nursing Service. Second Roiv: Bonnie Weatheri.v, Night Supervisor, Nursing Service; Martha Zaleski, Supervisor, Children ' s Operating Room; Edith Brewer, Evening Supervisor, Main Nursing Serv- ice; Medora Holt, Relief Supervisor, Children ' s Nursing Serv- ice; Anna Bieberle, Head Nurse, Plastic Surgery; Martha Ann Myers, Head Nurse, Main Operating Room; Artei.i.e Stiff, Head Nurse, 2E Main; Nina Burrus, Head Nurse, Premature Nursery. Third Row: Billie Humphries, Head Nurse, Cystoscopic; Mil- dred Hamlin, Head Nurse, IE Children ' s; Nina Barton, Head Nurse, Newborn Nursery; Mary Menefee, Head Nurse, Cen- tral Supply - Children ' s; Altha Oliver, Head Nurse, Out-Pa- tient Dept., Main; Jean Priebe, Head Nurse, Main Ward 2; Juanita Stucker, Head Nurse, 3W Main; Mary Jo Slama, Head Nurse, 2W Main. Fourth Roixi: Helen O. Smith, Head Nurse, 2E Children ' s; Kathleen Wilkins, Head Nurse, Obstetrics; Vivian Wake- field, Head Nurse, Children ' s Nursery; Laverne Gerbio, Head Nurse, 3E Children ' s; Mary S. Wilson, Head Nurse, 3S Main; Avis Parsons, Health Service; Lena Cameron, R.N., Mental Hygiene Clinic. Grand march at the Senior Hallowe ' en Dance. First Rov:, left to right: Ass Blackwood, Kiowa, Dancing Class; Alma Block, Hobart; Shirlkv Broadv, Okeene; Linoa Collier, Ok- mulgee, ' icc-Presiclcnt ' 48 Class, Vice-President President ' 49 Class, Student C nincil ' 49, Social Chairman ' 50 Class, Student Council ' 50, Candidate for B.W.O.C. ' 49; Irene Dittemore, Ada, Swimming Class, -iA, President of Jr. Class, Vice-President of Student Body " 48, Presi- dent of Student Bodv and Student Council ' 49, Co-chairman of Stu- dent Body ' 49, Member of B.W.O.C. . pril ' 49, Isherette Club, Execu- tive Social Committee. ScronJ Roil.- Margaret A.v.v East, Oklahoma Cit , c;iee Club; Rose Marie Evans, Norman, Swimming Class, CJlee Club; Joyce Fi.vipi.e, Summers, Ark., Freshman Social Chairman, Jr. Pledge Mistress of AA, Senior President of AA, Representative Student Council for AA; Clar- ice Herberger Gelsomino, Okemah, Swimming Class; Geraldean Hall, Beaver, Swimming Class, Glee Club, Secretary of Sr. Class. BELOW First Ro ' u;, left to right: Jo Ann Hammer, Shidler, Glee Club; Wanda Hovvei.i. Ice, Duncan, Vice-President Senior Class; Ra- MONA Keen, Sapulpa, Swimming Class; Laveta Link, Okeene; Colleen Lockhart, Ada, Swimming Class, CJlce ( " lub, AA ; Polly Mari.ou, Braggs; Catherine Martin, Grandlield, Presi- dent of Student Body and Student Council 1949-50, ' ice-Presi- dent and President of Freshman Class, Acting Social Chairman of Freshman Class, Swimming Class, I ' sherette Club, CJlee Club, Secretarv and Treasurer of AA, Co-Editor of Nurses ' Section, 1949 Sooner, B.W.O.C. of O.C. 1949; Naneite Martin, Okla- homa Citv; ZoRA Mae McCormack, Okmulgee, Swimming Club 1948-49. Second Row: Margaret McCracken, Pampa, Texas, Treas- urer of Jr. Class, Swimming Class, Glee Club, Isherette Club; Benny Moss, Clinton, Vice-President of AA 1948, Glee Club, President of Senior Class 1949-50, B.W.O.C. 1949, Student Coun- cil 1950; Alma Frances Myers, Cushing, President of A. 1948-49, Glee Club; Juanita Parr Reaves, Pampa, Texas, Cllee Club, AA Award for Outstanding Freshman 1948, Secretary of Jr. (Mass, Treasurer of Senior Class, Social Chairman of AA 1949, Swimming Club, Dancing Class; Poi.l.Y Roark, Cheyenne, Dancing Class, Swimming Club; I.avra Jean Smith, Healdton, Secretary Freshman Class, Social Chairman Jr. Class, Secretary- Treasurer of Student Bodv 1948-49, Secretarv-Treasurer of Stu- dent Council 1948-49, Member B.W.O.C. April 1949, Vice-Presi- dent of AA 1949-50, I ' sherette Cluli, Student Representative to Extra-Curricular Professional .-Xctivitv Committee; Jo . NNE Smith, Oklahoma City, Ma Queen 194S, Swimming Club; Roberta Loii Stone, Enid, Swimming Club, Dancing Class; Llcii.le Tabor, Talihina. 3. JIIIIB Juniors ing buffet luncheon. First Roiv, left to right: Covme Atkins, Muskngee; PoROTiiA Atteberrv, Healdton, I ' sherett e CMuli, Swimming Club, AA ; DoRRis Atteberrv, Healdton, Usherette Club, Swimming Club, AA ; Anna Marie Bacon, Talihina, Usherette Club, Junior Class Presi- dent, Student Council Member; Norma Barnett, Ster- ling, Glee Club, Swimming Club; Virginia Bozarth, Oklahoma City, Vice-President of Junior Class. Second Row: Elsie Mave Brady, Altus, Freshman Class Secretary; Lillian Broun, Ft. Smith, Ark.; Patti Callahan, Wayne, Assistant Social Chairman of Freshman Class; Louise Casev, Henryetta, Social Chairman of Freshman Class, Executive Social Com- mittee Member; Lonnie Chanev, Oklahoma City, Co- Editor of Annual, Publicity Manager of -iA, C lee Club, Swimming Club, Usherette Club; Loretta M. Church, Beaumont, Texas, AA, Swimming Club. Third Row: Kay Diamond, Independence, Kan., AA, Dancing Class; Betty Jo Eakins, Kingfisher, Co-Edi- tor of Annual, Pledge Mistress of ' iA, Swimming Club, I ' sherette Club; Shirley Eickhoff, Oklahoma City, Glee Club; Norma Sue Ford, Selignian, Ariz., Usherette Club, AA; Ann Goad, Durant; Betty Fry Harris, Marlow, AA, Glee Club. Fniirth Row: Ruth Hawkins, Idabel, Usherette Club, Swimming Club; Betty Jo Hewitt, Ada, Social Chairman of Junior Class, Executive Social Committee Member, Swimming Club; Betty Lou Kapka, Britton, Usherette Club; Mildred Kennedy, Guthrie, Presi- dent of Freshman Class; JoY Kent, Delhi, Usherette Club, Swimming Club, Representative to State Nurses ' Convention ; Sue Knight, Wetumka. Fifth Row: Beth Little, Wetumka, Swimming Club, Usherette Club, Glee Club; Aleen Mabry, McPher- son, Kan., Swimming Club, Usherette Club; Pat M.AYO, Chickasha, Usherette Club, Swimming Club, Glee Club; Jean McClaik, Perkins, Swimming Club, Glee Club, Usherette Club; Marilyn McCrearv, Bar- tlesville, Secretary-Treasurer of AA; Pat Mills, Sem- inole, Social Chairman of AA, L ' sherette Club, Swim- ming Club, Executive Social Committee Member, Pian- ist for Student Body. Sixth Row: Harryette Mitchell, Pine Bluff, Ark., Swimming Club; Evelyn Morrison, Henryetta, Treas- urer of Freshman Class; Dolores Murphy, Glendive, Mont.; BiLLYE Newton, Oklahoma City, AA ; Frances Nutter, Waynoka ; Bobbie Patterson, Ada, Secretary- Treasurer of Student Council, Glee Club, Swimming Club, AA, AA Award of 19+9. Seventh Row: Dortha Polson, Phillips, Texas, Vice- President of Freshman Class; JoAnn Sherrill, Wa- tonga, AA, Swimming Class, Glee Club; Shirley Ste- vens, Bartlesville, AA; Nora Frances Stinson, Nor- man, Swimming Club, Glee Club; Maureen Town- send, Mobeetie, Texas, Glee Club, Swimming Club; Mel Tucker, Oklahoma City, AA, Glee Club, Swim- ming Club; L rjorie Ann Turner, Delhi, Usherette Club, Swimming Club, Glee Club. Eighth Row: Louise Van Horn, Oklahoma City, Swimming Club; Ruth Walker, Madill, Secretary- Treasurer of Junior Class, Usherette Club, Swimming Club, Glee Club; Martha Ann Wallace, Sasakwa, AA, Swimming Class; Margaret Williams, New York, N. Y., Usherette Club, Swimming Club; Mari- ANLEE M ' ilson, Oklahoma City, Swimming Class ; Do- lores Woli.ett, Healdton, Usherette Club; ' irginia Yowell, Oklahoma City, Vice-President cjf Student Body, Social Chairman of AA, Usherette Club. Page 265 !t, ke NUeSES Freshman nurses Elyse Smith, Dorothy Armer, and Norma Jean Smith look over last year ' s Sooner. First Roiv, left to right: Dorothy Armer, Ok- lahoma City; Betty Jeak Beckett, Putnam City; Carol Bozarth, Oklahoma City; Licille Bullard, McAlester; Mary Lou Clacc, Lind- say; Joyce Clinard, McLoud. Second Roix:: Joyce Cole, Pond Creek; Do- lores Dawson, Wirt; Judith Dokdeliscer, Ho- bart; Cheryl Elerick, Nicoma Park; Patsy Farris, Marietta ; Sara Lee Gladden, Alderson. ThirJ Roiv: Jane Grvmbaugh, Ada; Pat Ha- OEE, Oklahoma City; Phyllis Haidle, Seminole; Bobby Joyce Haley, Amarillo, Texas; Billye Bob Hall, Wilson; Jo Dee Harden, Pampa, Texas. Fourth Row: Minnie Lou Harrell, Ada; Dor- othy Herron, Tahlequah; Billie June Hop- kins, Henryetta; Marilyn Hort, Alva; La- vonia Joyce Jones, Amarillo, Texas; Bebe KoBS, Mountain View. Fijih Roil-: Faydei l Kihi.mann, Walters; Wanda Jo Laitimer, Pauls Valley; Joyce Lots- peich, Rosston; Shirley MacQueen, Fairview; Norma Ji ' ne Marrow, Dewar; Wanda Fae NL S0N, Bhiiichard. Sixth Roic: Beity Jean McCracken, Pampa, Texas; (Jrace Ann Ritchie, Seminole; Fran- ces Rollins, Perry; Joan Schnaiiuk, Oklahoma City: Imocene Scoit, Idalnl; N ' Jean Smi III, Oklahoma Cil . Seventh Rout:: F.I yse Smith, Oklahoma City; Mar Rebecca Smith, Okmulgee; Dorothy WiRi , I.awion; Loi ' isv Wiiumw. iri; Beity I. or ZiNK, Tulsa. Page 266 Members of " Usherette Club " serve as ushers at the symphnnies and uther outstanding entertainments. Assisting the Doctor. J 1 f 1 , w • HH ' ' ' ' 4 w r Hm1;2; 1 1 j m v Hh II 1 r 1 V f hI J 1 S.O.S. Club members practice life saving methods. Initiation Bamiuet for ne v Oelta Alpha members. Big Sister, Irene Dittemore, greets Little Sister, Joyce Lotspeich, at Pre-Clinical reception. CJIee Club members meet informally t i sing. Coronation of May Queen. Presentation of Bibles to Freshman Nurses. Student nurses carolling the children at Christmas time. What ' s this? A receptionists ' get-together? Christmas house party at Freshman Hall. Local color at the " Riiund-rp " I ' arty ]u sien Of ]u ufiivEfisii Here the citizen of the l iiiversitv State, without conscious effort, grows in social graces and the ability to live with others and finds time among his hours of study to enjoy himself and to partake of tiie wealth of associations offered bv the state. What he does with liis moments not in lecture rooms, laboratories, and in stu(1ying how he allots his time between learning and play- ing has a lasting, though unplanned importance. It is these mo- ments that shape the ciiaracter and the personalities of the men and women of tomorrow. Thisi studtiils III joy our " (I unions Bttiiilif ill " in the siiii-kisscd siiiikiii tjardin on tin- South Oi ' ii , the site of several neiv hnililiiii s. How do the citizens of the University State spend their time away from the chissrooms? They deck themselves in formal attire and, while their problems are for the time fort otten, they dance the evening away. Over a steaming cup of hot cofitee at the I nion, the trade ideas and opinions with others, i hey go with one united purpose to urge their teams on to vic- tory in athletic endeavors. Ihev go to movies and to parties and make every effort to take advantage of the associations axailable at the ( nix ' crsitv. .And it is in these times tiiat all I rom cities and from towns, from the school of engineering and from drama la the groundwork to become the happv citizens of tomorrow. Maililiiu- l-ricksnn .iiul Scott Cr iin have tluir lilllr Mdils aiul a uiMiil laiiKh ulilk- Hn.tlur Wallv Cralj; is Kit Iw.l.liii ; ilu- ash Ira . s vi V ' imm ' jaBr wmKm ' fmyf!iw ' m m!P! 1 h .V I. Ikies came liuwii ami did a little scalping- soalped the LcjiiKhcinis, iif course. . ' . ,:ti J ; ; L Why, son, it rained so-o-o hard my umbrella lo ' iked like a television antenna. leu P ' r_ 5, — - --- • iiii With overcast skies not too suitable for the gala occasion, thousands p ' .ur nil., the I to «atch " Big Red " mow the Longhnrns do«n. Kappa Si(i B.ih ll.i.iper and jane Stieiihorsr, (iamnia Phi, sweat out the old hotnc team. One ounn rooter has the determined " get in there and right " look. " Gee, mom, we had a lo-o-vely lime in Pallas, " sa s Jackie Owen and Leonard Knglanil. Hallelujah and wh,»MHc! Thr n .t onl happ , lhe ' re ri..t..u- O.r. students are ,,, 1., ,,i,ngToxas. m tr ' VT TrTK!! . ■ ,iii ' I, I [H.sts! " The policeinen want liinn, tu., — riir (-,,11, ,11 l-iiiNvl e.ut ihf gn:il ivi I . Even married people tciok time nut from Inidfre ami such t.i head for Dallas. Kumler is inighty proud, you all, to be from ih.i countrv club of the southwest — O. l " . Some — not many, but some watch vhile (he |M football team stomps Texas. f " 1 8 The- A.T.OV IkuI TIu ■ Ww Years Da miiul ith thi ' lr- first place float. The Pi Phi train chugged along to take first place in the girl ' s house decorations. These cellophane dollies brought I.M.. . a fir place in organizations. The Pi I.amlxla Phis pnivided a great show their second place entry. iltvtrl} C:irr -.tiik out her tringue at the caincr;i hut nut at (late Ciirke Shaffer or Sam Burnell. m J Katheiine Hroek and Ijiuis Sha N turn un the per- snnality at the Vh Kap Christinas party. Ah es! It ' s intermissinn at the Kappa fall furmal Inr all exeept a tew in the left eurner. Kven the phutusrapher didn ' t hnther Kaith Crnm- M ! Such ahsurhed expressions at the I.ainlnla t " hi paeker and John ' l ' ler at the I ' hi Pelt danee. White Rose rornial. r V -in ' Sue Nhm- W:nu a- sIk i . t.,l.l si,, is J),,;,,,, (,i,| iii I ' iKA. P.S. PiKA ' s luam tw.. Nnt ririK ar.niiid the rosev , but Betas swiiiKii their partiier at the Barn l ance. Trudv " Rita " Krrigstad and Bill ' ■Yasimiiie " Lake at the International Ball. Pat Irbv seems ti) have matters — and Jim Marshall — well in hand at a Sig Ep house partv num Alums Margaret and Cimrad CiM,k at the Hellza- Making hay while the m.iun shines duwn on the poppin ' Dance. They represent -? I ' hi Kap ha rack part. . Lucille Boatman and Ben McC ' atferl are a modern note at the IH ' Keudal Pinner. c Pr IE ' ' •»i. il »FH!?5»-, " - 1 » ' •:, " ■ ( ' .. -:M,. ,-,.. ' , . ' ■ ' . -ty .:», ' . ■ ' t , ■ i ' ur i his iMi I a pitturc- ut Geurgc Bre«er breakin):; training ior a snack with his wife Barbara. Ah! A quiet evening at home tor .Mr. and Mrs. Walls. 1 In offt nt 1. I.M.ks n.orr int .,(! Ilian in H..h ' ercste V lootl in Fran ' s all. ■VVai na bij a St ha VI iv.-. ' " Marihn an ..1(1 one lor ind ( sale. rnrKe I ' rice . -T--. 1k 1 1 ■ .rr ir L I 1 . ' With kibitzing from the sponse, drama student Hob Barr attempts to get in a little study time. The photographer, never popular with dogs, gets a " Hhammy " from Siegfried. . I Jerry and Peggy Oriehorst discuss preparations for the coming e ent. Bill Carrcd takes time out to show his newest pide vault medal to wife, Carolyn. J £ . » r :. . I ' hc climactic moment in ' The Traitnr, " with Bob Barr and Jim Maguire. It ' s the " Hawaiian War Chant " a rendered v ihe hiivs from the Sammie House. 1 lie juggler ol Noire Dame, Mrs. Ruhic Lee Joll , dances happil tor onlo..ktrs Marilvn .Miernathv and Dorothv Duffv. Roger Ready and (iene Whittington in a rih- rocking scene from " (joodbye Again " . Aiioiher scene from " (loodbve Again " with Ann Butlei and (Jene Whiltington doing the honors. ' f ' alignia " transports modern O.l . drama students hack lo the age of ancient Rome. i ' omnn long has the show well in hand as he addresses the Roman citi ens. till l nks lit thi- aiidieiifc siimeiiiif nji tin tam just piipiied a real tunny. y m ' t ' " ' ' imsi Last miiuitf tmiches of makeup are applied to the cast hv the greasepaint cre v. Serge Jaroff and his Don Cossack chorus and dancers thrilled the Holmberg audience. Phelps Manning gets his picture snapped liv Pat Truiiien iti " The Traitor " . liurr (!M down tii Holmherg and be a member nf the Dad ' s Day Association. ' I ' hi (Jam Bill Rurks has his Dad ri«ht uhcre he wants him. ' -What I need is more . . . " Thctas Did McC ' all, Marlha Ferguson, Maril Waller and Aim Hntler beam on Dads. Talhers ot llie S.VKs seem to be enjovins the Theta shortcut walkers as much as the bo s. Short l ikis ;ulv;nn;inr ui nu ,,r N W ' tek (!«. MarKaret Wahlgrcn. Its the hazards of the Karm- that caused this Hi-cr Biml pla ■ir to laki- a 11. se dive. 1 ■ !• H 1 1 ■ n ' - M l l B s HIF 1 A 1 Hh M ' ' ' I Tragedy struck the (). V . campus when the H.O.Q. Inirned. " (Jet vour tickets to the IMA Sweetheart Paiice here. " M.irv .111 R..ckwoocI knits ..ii :ihlr -.., k uiih Carl Wallacf watching (liHihtlull . Hitl ()akes prepares to plav K.O.M. as Franklin Williams crfnvns her Band Queen. Phi Pelts Kenneth Kilgore and Hill Huddson ;i ■ Hit with a melodious twang. Hddie Koontz congratulates June Eames by pinni an orchid on her . . . her . . . kWrn. ' - ' ! W.W ' J- Bill Paul Jexnixgs: I ' le.Niiiciit of Sigma Chi ' 48; Social Chairman of I.F.C. ' 48 ; U.A.B. Homecoming Committee ' 49; Ugliest Guy on Campus ' 48; Pi Alpha Delta Legal Fraternity; League of Young Democrats; Flight Instructor L ' niversity Airport; B.ALO.C. ' 50; Student Bar Association. a npud IDi erdonauued iiti Robert L. Crews : Chairman of Senior Da. Activities and A ards Assembly; Executive Committee of LF.C; Presi- dent of Pre-AIed Club ' 48; ' ice-President of Alpha Epsilon Delta ' 48; President of Delta L ' psilon " 49; Outstanding Sooner Man ' 48; B.W.O.C. ' 49. John P. Cooper: Pi Kappa Delta regional debate cham- pionship ' 46; Business Manager of LIVLA. ' 48; President of L LA. ' 49; Board of Directors K.U.V.Y.; Student Senate ' 49; Pick and Hammer ' 49; Committeeman National Inde- pendent Studciirs ' A MH i.irioii ; I,r:i;rue of ' oung Democrats. I, 111 IS Trosi ' : President of Phi Ciamni.i Delta; Treasurer (il I.F.C; Accounting Club; League of ' oung Democrats; .Member of All .Men ' s (ioverning Council; B. ' .O.C. ' 49. Page 292 Of Ai AV ' AVXE Barrett: Founder of the Siiiol-i Signal; X ' ice- Presideiit of the I.M.A. ' 49; Cartoonist for the Okliihoma Daily, Blackiicll Journal and Tribune, Oklahoma City Times, and the Laivton Constitution ; Secretary of I.M.A. ' 48; Founder of " the Shack " , Independent Student ' s Cam- pus Club. Rose Marie Pratt: Outstanding Senior Woman; Insti- tute of Aeronautical Sciences; Recipient of Mortar Board Scholarship Scroll ; Vice-President of A.W.S. ; President of Alpha Phi; B.W.O.C. ' 50; Sigma Pi Sigma; Phi Beta Kappa. Wade Walker: Tackle ' arsity Football 4 years; Golf team ' 48; Athletic Council ' 48; Associated Press All-American ' 49; Collier ' s All- American ' 49; Grantland Rice ' s Look Magazine All-American ' 49 ; Daily Oklahoinan Player of the ' War; Paul and Paul A«ard for the Outstanding Player in Oklahoma; Senior Bowl at Jacksonville, Florida; All-Big Seven ' 46, ' 47, ' 49; Honorary Co-captain ' 47 ; Co-captain ' 48. Heru Oakes: President of Sigma Tau ; Treasurer and Senior Advisor of Phi Eta Sigma ; Phil Kidd Award ; Rhodes Scholarship Representative ; Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Um ' versities ; Out- standing Sooner Man ' 50. Page 293 (JR.WT Ki;tXER: KJit(jr ut SiHiM.R L-aibook ' 48; Presi- dent of Delta lau Delta ' 48 ; President of Freshman Law Class; Student Senate; Delta Sigma Phi; St. Pat ' s Council; B.M.O.C. ' 49; I.F.C.; Phi Delta Phi. i 1 - 7 am.Du6 IDi eirsonaiiUeS litu Edith Long: B.W ' .O.C. ' 50; Co-winner of outstandinj? freshman woman award ; Alpha Lambda Delta ; Secretary of Independent Vomen ' s Association ' 49 ; Wesley Foundation ; Co-Chairnian of ' . LC.A.- ' . V.C.A. sectional council ; Treasurer of Association of Women Students; Chairman of Religious Emphasis AVeek. Dot N.anxe: Delta Phi Delta; ' ice- President of A.W.S. ' 49; Vice-President of Orchesis ' 48; W.R.A. Council ' 48; Mortar Board; Chairman of Career Conference; B.W.O.C. ' 30. IIaroi.d L ' ()ii.ri;R: President of Delta Chi; President of Sigma Pi Sigma; President of Societ of Engineering Phys- ics; St. Pat ' s Representative; Outstaiuling Senior Man ' 4 ' ' ; Sigma ' I ' au ; Tau Beta Pi ; Phi Theta Kappa. Page 294 ]VIAR Ann Hridal: Presiiit-nt ot Aljiha (laiiinia Delta; Phi Beta Kappa; Historian ot Mortar Hoard; Secretary of Future Teachers of America ' 48 ; AAV.S. Activities Com- mittee ' 48 ; Pan-Hellenic Investigations Committee ; Alpha Lambda Delta ; BAV.O.C. ' 49. .J ffiTX ' Moii ' HiDA Hassex : BAV.O.C; Student Senate; Presi- dent of Pledge Class of Mu Phi Epsilon ' 48; Activities Chairman of I.W.A.-A.W.S. Activities Committee. Mar - Ki.iZAHETH S.vlter: B.W.O.C; Secretary - ' I ' reasurer of Kappa (jamma t!psilon ; Recording Secretary of Mortar Board ; Sponsor of Alpha Lambda Delta ' 48 ; L ' niversity Spmphony Orchestra and Concert Band ; French Club; Secretary of Y.W.C.A. ' 48; State X ' ice-President of Baptist Student L nion ; Executive Committee of Religious Emphasis Week,. John Westervelt: Phi Eta Sigma; F.ta Kappa Nu; Sigma Tau ; Tau Beta Pi; President of Alpha Tau Omega; Pe-et; Who ' s Who in American Col- leges and Universities; Tom Boyd Memorial Award; Student Senate; Sooner Sfitiriiro t ; St. Pat ' s Council ; L.K.O.T. Page 295 «%! ' Cuiii L.l-oN iiARDT : President of I ' ln k.ijip.i Mfiiiia, I ' u i- dent of Scabbard and Blade ; ' ice-Presideiit of Delta Sigma Pi; Treasurer of Student Senate; Cadet Colonel R.O.T.C.; B.M.O.C. ' 48, ' 49; Who ' s Who Among Students in Amer- ican Colleges and Universities. j eirsonaililes Pat Stath : President of W.R.A. ; Mortar Hoard ; Dad ' s Day Award for Outstanding Senior AVonian ; BAV.O.C. ' 48, ' 49; Covered Wagon Editor, .May 194 ' ); Scholarship Chairman of Delta Delta Delta. Walter Gray: President of I.F.C. ' 49; B.M.O.C. ' 48, ' 49; Outstanding Sooner Man ' 48; Pi Sigma Alpha; Delta Sigma Rho ; AH Men ' s Governing Council. jiWMi ' Mil lu Rc, : I ' ditoi ot Oriiiitation Handbook ' 4 ' ); Omicron Nu Treasurer ■4 ' l ; B.W.O.C. ' 4 » ; Treasurer of Delta Gamma ' 48; President of Delta Gamma ' 4 ; C ' o- chairman of Home Economics Style Show ' 48. Page 296 4k Eleaxor Erickson : President of Alpha Lambda Delta ' 47 ; Treasurer of Mortar Board ; President of A.W.S. ; Pledge trainer for Gamma Phi Beta; Ducks Club. Virginia Caxxox : Secretary of Union Activities Board ; B.W.O.C. ; Vice-President of Alpha Chi Omega; Service Chairman of A.W.S. ; Thalian ; El Modjii; Radio Commit- tee of Y.W.C.A. ' 48. Sara Jeax Laxdsaw : Outstanding Senior W ' oman ; AV ' ho ' s Vho in Amer- ican Colleges and Universities; Secretary of Mortar Board; Orientation Chairman ' 48; Associate Editor of 1949 Sooner Yearbook; Publications Board; A.W.S. Activities Chairman; Pan-Hellenic Council; U.A.B. Secre- tary of Summer Board. Spexcer Taylor : President of Sigma Alpha Epsi- lon ' 49; President of E.A.B. ; President of Pi Epsi- lon Tau ; Homecoming Chairman ' 48 ; Intramural Boxing Champion " 48 ; B.M.O.C. Page 297 ye6sle eynaakan Herrick House Miss Jessie Kernaghan looks charming in a brown shark- skin suit, with a single strand pearl choker. Her shoes are of green lizard. Page 298 eaaie l vlar ' skaii Pi Beta Phi Miss Peggie Marshall models a new short formal of white silk imported tulle, with a side hip treatment of blue tulle and pink roses, from Balliet ' s, Okla- homa City. Page 300 .. rene dSond Kappa Kappa Gamma Miss Irene Bond models a red fleece shortie coat from C. R. Anthony ' s, Norman. Page 302 BHHHM M; I atti yOKi n6on Delta Delta Delta Miss Patti Johnson looks lovely in a white satin brocaded eve- ning gown with a full net skirt. Page 304 i5euenu L fi ade Alpha Phi Miss Beverly Chase wears a sun-time, dance-time costume of black jersey. It is a halter top with a Persian print skirt of pure silk, with m.atching square kerchief stole, from John A. Brown ' s, Oklahoma City. ,.AVJ ' Page 306 ■ r- ' ; m Jard Alpha Chi Omega Miss Pat Ward is eye-catching in a navy blue crepe dress with matching bolero. Her shoes are of navy kid. Page 308 if ' - 100 -y nnette K onnts Davis House Miss Annette Counts is fitted with a Ceil Chapman original of white imported lace over blush pink taffeta, with a treat- ment of leaves forming a shoulder strap and pocket, from Al Rosenthal ' s, Oklahoma City. Page 310 %i =J-)oiore6 d rh Delta Gamma Miss Dolores Erts is wearing a Marion McCoy Cape Cod rayon bolero ensemble of navy and turquoise. Butterflies ore embroidered and sequined on the bolero and sleeveless, scoop-necked eggshell top — with it she wears a navy straw hat, from Kerr ' s, Oklahoma City. Page 312 " " W1fr, SUZANNE CAMPBELL, Delta Gamma ELAINE HOWELL, Newman House THOMASENA MARTIN, Jordan House PAT WOLFF, Kappa Kappa Gamma LOU MARR CARTER, Delta Delta Delta ANN HULETT, Pi Beta Phi PAULA BLACKWELDER, Hume House JEANNE PILANT Hume House ANNE TYREE Gamma Phi Beta MARION GIBLET Forbes House MARY LOIS BLOUNT Alpha Chi Omega SUZANNE SKINNER, Alpha Phi PHYLLIS HURST, McSpadden House BARBARA ELMBORG, Lawson House SHIRLEY JONES, Alpha Gamma Delta CHARLOTTE COPELAND, Chi Omega COLLEEN ROSER, McCurtain House KARLA SAMUELSON, Sigma Delta Tau ANNE MOSELEY McSpadden House VIRGINIA DAVIS Alpha Delta Pi GERMAINE MILLSPAUGH Kappa Alpha Theta FRANKIE SANSEVERINO, Alpha Gamma Delta FAITH M. CRUMP ACKER, Kappa Kappa Gamma MARILYN SMITH, Sanger House BOBBIE WATTS, Alpha Xi Delta TIMMIE COLLINS, Kappa Kappa Gamma BETH SLANKARD, Alpha Chi Omega WILMA BAKER, Logan House PAT STATH Delta Delta Delta LAURA HOLCOMB Robertson House CAROLYN OSTROM McCurtain House POLLY A. ERDAHL Pi Beta Phi ' hs JO RINER, Delta Gamma BILLIE OZMENT, Alpha Phi JERRY DI XON, Sager House MARGARET JONES, Gamma Phi Beta CHARLOTTE GRAHAM, Gamma Phi Beta GERRIE THROGMORTON, Alpha Delta Pi SAMMY SLONEKER, Chi Omega BERNADINE HORWITZ Sigma Delta Tau EVE LITERAL Neill House MARY B. KRUGER Chi Omega HELEN CORNELIUS Kappa Alpha Theta DZIRDRE PATRICK, Kappa Alpha Theta GRETA DEAN, Alpha Gamma Delta JACQUELINE FENNESSEY, Holmcn House BETTYE BABERS, Oliver House GLORIA WALTERS, Delta Delta Delta CUBA EVANS, Kirk House LOIS JEAN FLIPPEN Alpha Delta Pi DONNA B. MILLER Parker House EDITH LONG Hester House FRANCES LAY Alpha Gamma Delta JO ANNE CURRY, Gamma Phi Beta MARY McCAUGHEY, Oliver House SUE MAYES, Alpha Phi RACHEL STOCKTON, Chi Omega SONIA PAMPLIN Hamill House PAT CHESNUT Kappa Kappa Gamma DORIS MEYER Alpha Chi Omega MARILYN RUDE Soger House SUE BAUGHMAN, Pi Beta Phi KATHRYN COPPLE, Delta Gamma DELORES HATCHER, Hester House February 24, 19 5C Mr. Jack Cuthbert Editor, SOONER YEARBOOK University of Oklahoma Iforman, Oklahoma Dear Mr. Cuthbert: It Is with reluctance that I am returning these photographs of the contestants In your 1950 SOONER Beauty Contest. You set me a hard task ' . May I say that all of the contestants are very beautiful and no one should be asked to choose between them? Anyway, I do say sol My congratulations to Miss Kemaghan and the other girls and to the University of Oklahoma. Jessie Kemaghan Peggie Marshall Irene Bond Patricia Anne Johnson Beverly Chase Patricia Ward Annette Counts Dolores Erts Sincerely, BH:mh P.S. (Just what are the requirements for enter- ing your UnlverslIyT I think I ' m going to have some extra time on ray hands and ) Page 320 ■Ji riBiicniONSEoyi The Publications Board of the Universitv has become one of the oldest student groups on the campus. It was first seen in its present form in 1915, although 11 years later the membership was increased from five to seven. Principal duty of the board is selection of editors for the three all-school publications: the Oklahoma Daily, stu- dent newspaper; the Sooner, university yearbook, and the Covered M ' agon. campus magazine. In addition to choosing the editors, the Board exercises the power of ap- proval of all budgets and expenditures of the three publi- cations. Any problem of administration which arises may be referred to the board for consideration. Selection of student editors for the Daily and M ' agon is made each semester, while the yearbook head is chosen for the entire school year. The new editors are picked from those filing for the position at the beginning of each term. Careful consideration of experience, loyalty and e.xecutive ability aids the board in choosing a student who will be capable of handling the difficult task of editing a publication. Both experience and scholarship play an important part, and no candidate is considered who is not carrying a reg- ular .schedule of class work. An additional requirement is at least one semester ' s experience in a major staff position on the publication on which he seeks editorship. At the present time the board membership includes a chairman, an appointed faculty representative, a student representative of the publications-at-large, a student rep- resentative from each of the three student publications, and two ex-officio faculty representatives. This year Stew- art Harral was appointed b President Cross to serve as an ex-officio member representing the University Public Relations office. Thus, the board includes four student members, three faculty members, and two non-voting faculty members. This year Dean D. B. R. Johnson and Professor H. H. Herbert were each presented a Certificate of Service and a matched set of luggage for their many years of ser ice on the Publications Board. Dean Johnson, whose service terminated in September, 1949, had been a mem- ber for 25 years. Professor Herbert had served on the board 30 years prior to September, 1945. John H. Casey, professor of journalism, joined the OU faculty ' in 1927, and is a nationally-known authority on community journalism. He is a graduate of both the University of Missouri and Stanford University. Ca.sey was chosen by the War Department as one of 12 jour- nalism teachers in the nation to serve on the faculty of G.I. universities in Europe at the close of the war. He spent the last six months of 1945 teaching advertising at Shrivenham, England. During his journalism career, Casey has been farm editor of the Nashville Tennessean, statehouse reporter for the Dcs Moines Register, adver- tising manager for the Tokyo (Japan) Advertiser, and associate editor of the Trans-Pacific magazine. Dr. Fayette Copeland is director of the University ' s School of Journalism. He was appointed to this post for a four-year term in December, 1947. He received his BA in journalism from the University in 1919, and his MA I.efl In right: Jnhn H. Casev, Sara lean I.arxlsaw, Ha stll C;riine jr., Stcuart Harral, C. Joe Holland, C. H. Brite. Dr. Fayette Copelanil, Pat Stath, Cnis McCaslin, Dean Earl Sneed, ffm Dr. I- AVE I IK C ' llPEI.AN ' U PrOI ISSdK J(IH II. ( ' ASh ' i and PhD from Louisiana State University. He was one of four students who started the Oklahoma Daily in 1916, and became editor in 1917. He was editor of the Sooner Yearbook in 1919. Later, he worked for several newspapers before returning to his alma mater. He is a member of Phi Beta Kappa, Sigma Delta Chi, Phi Delta Theta, the Society of American Historians, and the American Association of Teachers of Journalism. Earl Sneed, Jr., replaced Dean Johnson on the Board in September, 1949. Mr. Sneed, acting dean of the School of Law, holds BA and LLB degrees from OLT and the LLM from Columbia. He is candidate for the doctor of juristic science degree at Columbia University. Sneed came to OU in 1945 as visiting associate profes- sor. He was made acting dean when W. P. Keeton re- signed last fall. Sneed formerly practiced law in Tulsa and was associated with the Tulsa Chamber of Commerce. During the school year of 1933-34 he was business mana- ger of the Sooner Yearbook and a student member of the Publications Board. He was also winner of the Dad ' s Day Cup the same year. C. Joe Holland, supervisor of student publications, serves on the board as an e.x-of?icio member. Holland re- ceived both his BA and iVIA degrees from the University. He formerly worked as reporter and sports editor of the Blackivell Journal-Tribune. He was assistant director of press relations at the Lfniversity before being named to the supervisor ' s post in 1947. Student Representative for the Sooner earbook is Sara Jean Landsaw. Oklahoma Daily representative is Gus McCaslin, and Patricia Stath is representative for the Covered Wagon. Hassell Grimes is the student rep- resentative of the Publications-at-large. Cecil H. Brite has served as manager of all student publications since 1930. Dea.v Eari. Sneed, Jr. ( ' . Joe Hoi I.AM) Page 323 First Roni. ' , left to right: Jack Boyer, T. Jack F.istcr, John Dohbs. Second Roii. ' : Joan Brittain, Sara Skinner, John Stewart, Sue Ellison, Beth Kirkpatrick. Third Row: Tom Keenan, Jim Kurtz, Cliff Clay, Don Loftis, " Doc " Jordan. i9J0S0iiee Pictures, pictures, pictures and more pictures — that ' s what it takes to make a yearbook and that ' s what the SooN ' ER Yearbook office was fairly floating in along about last fall and winter. Sometimes the staff had to send a rescue crew to save Editor Jack Cuthbert from being smothered by those pictures. Things would get jirett) hectic every once in a while, but there was one ritual that was faithfully followed — namely, a coffee hour some time in the afternoon, ( f course, sometimes it was more like a coffee ten minutes and other times like a coffee afternoon, but at least Sooner staffers always got in some of that black Union beverage. (This isn ' t a paid political adxertisenient, just a fact.) Ever one on the staff had his own job, and w hen those deadlines were getting too close for comfort, all would pitch in and get the necessary deed done. The office would seem slightly like a niadiiouse at times with Ken .Martin shooting in arui out w itii that camera, jieople wandering in to find what siioulil be done, sniiie people working and fiu-n omc just tricnds. At least it wasn ' t dull! Jack Cuthbert ought to win a nomination U)v tile man with the most things on liis mind that just couhhi ' f be forgotten. The ways and means of cii-ordiriating tins big bf)ok was bis responsibility. Jim Kurtz had the sizeable job of being orgaiuzation editor. Sizeable, that is, because — let ' s face it — this c;im- pus is fairly riuming over with organizations. How he got it all done and still thought of those jokes ( ?) will forever be a m stery. Jack Boyer, as sports editor, is probablx counting those big, strong athletes jumping over stadiums or fieldhouses in his sleep — which would be nice work from a feminine angle. If you ever want to ha e a pla -b -play account of an athletic e ent of this past ear, then he ' s your man, since he realK did a good job of knowing what the score was. One of flic main to riiank for all those pages of fea- tures, which will undoubtedl , in later ears (much la- ter), bring back nostalgic memories of carefree college, is Dean Knitlin. ou ' ll remember the carefree days, but Dean, Sarah Skinner, Heth Kirkpatrick, and C liff Clay w ill think of uncarefree hours getting all of this together. Johnny Dobbs ami T. Jack Foster, associate editors, wore during the ear that hard-to-get but pretty impres- si e expression — half who-cares and half worried. Sue l!llison held down the coveted position of societ editor — coveted by the bo s who would ha e touiul real ji) in looking at all those beaut pictures. Shirley Campbell and Charline Moreland managed to keep straight all the hookwork necessary to getting out the e.irbook and still have that atternoon coke. Ken Martin, bivcd bv all who don ' t nuiul seeing them- selves as others sec them, tuok must of the pictures on these glossy pagt ' s. Page 324 THE STAFF JACK ClTHBERT Kditor T. Jack Fostkr Associate Kditor John Dobbs Associate Editor Sue Ellison Society Editor Jim Kurtz Organizations Editor Dean Kniffen Feature Staff Louis Awalt Independent Editor Feature Staff Beth Kirki ' atrick, Sara Skinner, Cliff CLA ■, Joan Brittiax, John Stewart, Don Loftis, Al Welch, Don Stillwell Editorial Staff Jack Ho er, Dee Simmons, Tom Kenan, Warren K. Jordan Photographer Ken Martin T. Jack Foster, Associate Editor John Dobbs, Associate Editor Cecil Brite General Alanager Joe Holland Editorial Supervisor SlE Ei.l.lSON, Society Editor Jack Clihbert, Editor Jim KlRT -, Organization Editor Page 325 Franklin Talley Morton Stone iuEoiiyoynii[i 1 he Oklahnma Daily at tile turn of the halt-ccntuiy was in many ways different from seasons past. It was b far the youngest staff to pilot the paper in many ears, anti the number of veterans was considerably low er than in any year since the war. Also, there were more women on the staff than ever be- fore, with two serving as news editors. For the first time in seven years an emergency extra edition of the Diiity was printed. It heralded the tragedy of the BOQ fire. The streamer headline in the extra was the largest ever run in Daily history. The last extra was issued in December, 1942, when the University was included in the war train- ing program. Frank Talley, first semester editor, pulled no punches as he editorialized in his column, ' Trankly Speaking " . Second semester editor was Morton Stone, who gave the campus " Stone ' s Throw " . (He unhesitatingly threw a few.) The year 1949-30 has been filled with many impressive accomplishments in Soonerland. The news as told in the Oklahoma Daily included tales of grid- iron prowess by the Big Red, ambitious construction jobs on campus, comple- tion of the Villiam B. Bizzell statue and dedication of the library in his honor, and announcement of national honors won by Bud Wilkinson. The Big Red ' s all-victorious football season and subsequent trip to New Orleans for another win in the Sugar Bowl filled many galleys of type during the fall season. The Daily was ofHcialh represented at a bowl game, sending Sports Editor Joe Wachtman to cover the tilt. Construction of a new building to house OL ' s biggest-in-the-nation Geology school was begiui this year, and the work on the extra wings for the Union was continued. In addition, work on the stadium, begun in the spring of 1949, was completed in the fall, increasing the seating capacity from 38,000 to 5,000. Stories and pictures of these projects made front-page copy. The large statue of William Bennett Bizzell on the south oval was sculp- tured b Joe Taylor this vear and the library was dedicated to his memorv. The Daily paid tribute to the former president, who has had such lasting influ- ence on the University. A banner head announced that Bud Wilkinson, Sooner football mentor. First Rniv, left to right: Marilyn Abernathy, Deacon N ' ew, Mnrt Glassner, Frank TalU- , Morton Stone, Joe Wachtman, CJeiirganna Mitchell. SiuonJ Roiv: Jean Mattox, Naomi Callarman, ( " nnnie ' illin ;ham, Rav Tassin, Jeanne West, John Johnston, Jaclv Haney, Pat Phillips, Doug Mayherry, Matt Rosenbaum. Third Rozi.-: inccnt Sullivan, Larrv Kaijtman, I eit OUnn. Eildie Miller, Kob C;lave , Wavne I.ane, Frank Horman, Ru el Porter, Bob Schrriber, Hnrrv MnL ' ntov Firsi Roiv, 1,-fl to righl: Pat Phillip , (). D. Wilsmi, M.irtoii Stone. Jul Second Row: Nanmi Callarmaii, Jeanne West, Jnhn Hane , Mar C Harris. Cli.irles Kop, Kaufman. Cieor anna Mitchell, Leif Oisnn, Frances had been named Coach of the " V ' ear. This was the first time that an OU coach had been so honored by the nation ' s sports experts. Crusades provided top Daily stories and covered a multitude of " sins " . The attempt to keep the Fidos living in Sooner City against pressure for their re- moval by dogless and non-dog loving tenants invoked news coverage, editorial comment and letters to the editor. Prices charged in the Union and the prior- ity system of football ticket distribution came in for a fair share of criticism on campus, and coverage of the student senate investigations in both cases foiuid its way to page one. Bill Alexander, master-politician, was on the campus this year, serving as master of ceremonies at the Independent show. Additional topbilling features were the Don Cossacks, Artur Rubinstein and Lionel Hampton. Feature stories provided the Daily with color and the staff writers with by- lines. One such human interest tale concerned groimdhog day and was headed " Chuck Blinks, Slinks " . The system of pre-enrolnient devised this }ear provided one of the most practical, time saving systems for the tedious — albeit necessary — procedure of sectioning. It was highlv praised at OU and thus was described in the Daily. Daily copy and cartoons throughout the winter months urged the conserxa- tion of electricity . This was in line with the iuii crsit s policy necessitated by the antiquated power plant generators while waituig completion of the new power plant. The question of the year with the most acillating answer was whether the band would travel southward on Januar - 2 for the Sugar Bowl game. It almost involved stopping the presses on several instances to get the most recent official decision into the paper. It was a big year at OL and the Oklahnina Daily had a big time covering the news. Lefl III righ : CJIen Wheeler, June Sager, Icihn I ' lume, Don Hnckstein, Charles Hresnehen, Bill Sullivan. Left to right: Hill Sullivan, I. Trach- tenbcrg, Dnn Ilcickstcin, CJlen Wheeler, John Plume, Ken Reid. Page 327 N Morgan Ht A new Covered Hat on made its appearance on the campus when the 194 )- M) school year got under way in September. There still were lots of purloined jokes from other college laff-sheets, a clipped story from here and there, a filched cartoon once in a while, but the magazine was dressed smartly in new body and headline t pe. The cartoon covers made way for photographs. All- -American Jim Owens was the first cover boy and the editors gave readers an interesting profile on the home life of an O.U. football great. Morgan Hunter, junior in Journalism, took over the editorial reins for the first semester, assisted by Robert C. Kumler as managing editor. Alma McKnelly, a senior in journalism, after serving the Oklahrjina Daily in a variety of staf? positions, joined the (u tin staff as associate editor. Alma took time out from her duties with Theta Sigma Phi and Mortar Board — and a newly ac- quired husband — to have a look at O.U. profs. " Univer- sity professors are the intellects hired to dish out your money ' s worth to the family pride and joy, " she wrote. " But the battle is on when a large majority of the all- knowing gents regards each semester ' s crop of registrants as an aggregate of black sheep. Scarcely a student walks the Oklahoma campus who doesn ' t have mental encyclo- pedia of legitimate aches and pains regarding his class- room elders. " That started the Magon rollin ' . A faculty member, who still wishes to remain anonymous, took a sharp poke at 0. ] . students, classified them into three groups — those who don ' t deserve to be in college because of mental de- ficiencies ; those who are too smart to learn anything, and those who shoot the angles and work the curves. " Professors can ' t fail to notice the wisecracker — he per- meates all categories, " the prof wrote. " He has a ready wit and always is ready to butt in with it. He accumu- lates gags from the Reader ' s Digest and other .sources, and waits to spice up the lectures — uninvited. He is about as funny as a two-day-old beer highball. " For the October issue the editors got their heads to- gether and came up with a topflight pictorial feature on two rushees who had gone through the hectic rush period the month before. It attracted campus-wide attention. Other members of the staff — Eddie Miller, Jack Heaney, Leif Olsen, Jimmy Kyle, Mar Helen Mont- gomery and Jim Clark — snooped around the campus and found some fresh views on courting, slang, the technique of arranging blind dates, night life in New Orleans for Sugar Bowlers, and the Kinsey report. The editors of the Harvard Larnfioon were indignant because proper credit wasn ' t given for a clipped cartoon. First Row, left to right: Jack Haney, Boh Kumler, Morgan Hunter, Jimmy Kyle, Jim Clark. Second Roiv: Dick Dial, Mary Montgomery, Eddie Miller, Joe Riggs, Paul Nishimuta. First Row, left In right: Conley Higdon, Earl Schweikhard, Bob Kumler, Camille Bogle, Bob Hazel. Second Roil-. John Johnson, Then Hunter, Eugenia Sccitt. but Hunter and Kumler soothed their outrage with a pub- lic apology. And so the semester drew to a close with Alpha Gam, Pat McCright modeling the " Finals Look " on the cover of the January issue. The Publications Board named Bob Kumler, a senior in journalism, as editor for the second semester, and the fac- ulty of the School of Journalism elected Robert Hazel, journalism junior, as the new m. e. Camille Kay Bogle and Theo Hunter brought new ideas and humor to the magazine as associate editors. es, the stafi was beginning to grow. The names of Eugenia Scott, Earl Schweikhard, John C. Johnson (man- aging editor of the Oklahoma Daily) and Conley Higdon appeared in the masthead as contributing editors. Carroll Da idson, Tracy O ' Neill, Doug Mayberry, Charles Liner, Jr., Jimmy Kyle, Jim Clark and Mary Helen Montgomery were named as the new stafif writers for the second semester. Marshall Gilbert, Dick Dial and Joe Riggs contributed their cartoons — and sex found its wa} into a seemingly otherwise wholesome magazine. Two new features in the U ' agon brought applause from the campus. Smart-looking coeds appeared in fashion pictures that surely caught the eyes of the editorial stafifs of otjuc and Harper ' s Bazaar, and those of campus males. The editors selected their own Big Dealers and each issue a Sooner of the Month was featured. The editors demonstrated the power of the press in the January selec- tion. John Travis Edwards of Oklahoma City, a junior Robert Kumler in the school of law, was cited as treasurer of Phi Alpha Delta honorary legal fraternity, as an expert at bridge and a scholar on code pleading. Edwards ' instructor in the code pleading course was so impressed by the citation that this young man ended up with an A in the course. Scholarship or coincidence? Well, who knows ? The I ' Fagon staff had its eyes trained for spot news coverage, and beat the Daily crew with a spread on the 1950 Sooner Scandals, and an exclusive on a leopard story originating in the Theta house. Staffers added some pin-ups to the pictorial menu, poked fun at the Daily. gave the straight scoop on prospects for the baseball season, clipped more jokes, reviewed the latest phonograph record releases, covered the campus social sea- son in pictures. I hotographer Ken Martin achieved some unusual effects in photography, assisted by Shutter Snappers Barney Hillerman, Mehin Xewsom, Jim Kyle and Bob Hazel. Page 329 jonRiuisursESS. Ill ChLil. 11. liKlli:, Cuiural Manager Joiirnalisni Press, Inc., was established June 1, 1930, b an act ot the Publication Board. Its purpose was to tiiKill the need for an organization to assume responsibil- ities and assure the maintenance of the mechanical needs of the Oklnhoiiia Daily. Since it was first incorporated, the organization has successfully and efticiently carried out its duties. Cecil Brite has tilled the position of general manager of all student publications since 1930, when he was gradu- ated from the University with a degree in law after com- pleting requirements for a degree in the college of busi- ness administration with a major in accounting. With the founding of the Journalism Press, Inc., he became the supervisor of most of its administrative work. A member of Acacia fraternity, he has been active in Acacia affairs. He also serves as treasurer of the First Presbyterian Church of Norman and is a member of the University Faculty Club, the Kiwanis Club, and is an active worker in the Chamber of Commerce. V. C. X ' anderwerth has served as the mechanical super- intendent for Journalism Press since August of 1945. To him falls the job of shaping raw materials into the finished product of a high-quality morning paper. Manpower shortages plagued his department during the war. But he has proved superior to the obstacles. He had a deadline to meet, and he met it. During the past five years, " Van " has expertly carried on the printing of the Oklahoma Daily. It is under his direction that the " back shop " turns out quality work to meet pressing deadlines. The boys working under ' an this year and doing a fine job arc: Joe Hancock, linotype operator from Hobart, a junior in journalism and a member of Alpha Tau Omega fraternity; William Wright, linotype operator from Col- linsville, has a bachelor ' s degree in music education and is former president of the O. U. band ; David Reese, Hoor- man and pressman from DeQueen, Arkansas, and a junior First Row, left to right: James Miller, floor, Chickasha ; Fred Harris, floor, Walters; Kenneth -ArKo, operator, Cushing; Lorenzo Car- ter, operator, I.awtoii; William Wright, operator, ( " ollinsville. Si ' ionJ Roiv: Frank Th rower, florman, Hartshorne; Rolicrt Lee, fioorman, Hutfalo; Harr Wallace, pres , Norman; Earl Schueikharil, floor, llobart; (jlen Pool, operator, Hobart; Joe Hancock, operator, Holiart ; W. C. ' aniler crth, superintendent. i ot in Piiturr: Lee Tenny, operator, Heavener; (Jary Smith, press, Oklahoma City; David Reese, floor and press, DeQueen, .Arkansas; Ernest llanna, stereotyper, Norman; Don Oden, floor, Toiikawa. 1 r 9K . ' . I.fjl to right: George Cummings, Gus McCaslin, Jr., Staiilcv Bru ville, C. H. Brite. John H. Casey, Eleanor Erickson, Fayette Copeland, Savoie Luttin in journalism; Fred Harris, Hooriiian from Walters, mar- ried and a sophomore in prelaw ; Jimniie Miller, floor- man from Chickasha, sophomore in journalism and a member of Lambda Chi Alpha fraternity ; Lorenzo Car- ter, linotype operator from Lawton, junior in pre-med ; Glen Pool, linotype operator from Hobart, special stu- dent ; Kenneth Argo, linotype operator from Cashing, special student; Ernest Hanna, stereotyper from Norman, freshman in journalism; Harry Wallace, pressman, from Norman, freshman ; Robert Lee, floorman from Buffalo, recipient of a McMahon Foundation Scholarship in Jour- nalism, freshman; Frank Thrower, floorman from Hart- shorne, freshman in architecture; Don Oden, floorman from Tonkawa, senior in business ; Leland Tenney, lino- type operator from Heavener, senior in journalism and a member of Alpha Delta Sigma and Men ' s Glee Club ; Gary Smith, pressman from Oklahoma City, sophomore in business. The Journalism Press is one of the few self-supporting units on the campus. Profits from student publications have offset expenses and expenditures to make this status possible. All printing equipment used by student publica- tions is legally owned and controlled by the organization. The state is asked to contribute no financial support to student publications. The printing equipment, valued at $40,000, has been financed by the Journalism Press and by the effort contributed by thousands of ambitious stu- dents. The Journalism Press is composed of se en members. They work as an interlocking directorate with the Publi- cations Board. They assume the responsibility for man- agement of all operations of the mechanical department of student publications. Of these seven members four are facult) members and three represent the student body. The faculty members are selected because of their knowl- edge and experience with publications. The student mem- bers are representatives of the student body and student interests. Student members are selected automatically be- cause of the positions they hold in other campus activities or organizations. This year the four faculty members were Dr. Fayette Copeland, director of the School of Journalism ; Savoie Lottinville, former Rhodes scholar and now director of the L niyersity Press; John H. Casey, professor of Jour- nalism ; T. AL Beaird, executive secretary of the Univer- sity of Oklahoma Alumni Association and manager of the Oklahoma Memorial Union. George Cummings was elected acting executive secretary of the Alumni Associa- tion and carried on Beaird ' s duties during his long illness. Student members of the Journalism Press are John oung, first semester president of the Student Senate; Flleanor Erickson, first semester president of the Associ- ated Women Students; and Gus McCaslin, representative of the Publications Board. Stanley G. Brown replaced ' oung the second semester, as president of the Student Senate. The President of the Student Senate and of A.W.S. automatically become members ami officers of the Journalism Press, Inc. The officers for Journalism Press, Inc., for this year were Dr. Fayette Copeland, who served as president; Savoie Lottinville, vice-president; and John H. Casey, who contimied in the capacity of secretary-treasurer. Much credit iN ilue these men who se tireless efforts and careful guidance ha e kept student publications on a soinid financial footing. Page 331 James H. Cobbs KoBtRl ECKRMEItR llAKK 11. Iln.i. For t M ' iity-nine cais the scope ot journalism of the Engineering College was limited to one annual special edition tor the Ohlahomn Daily. This extra was printed on green paper and appeared during the St. Pat ' s celebra- tion each March. In that month of 1941 the College of Engineering felt that this " Green Sheet, " as it was called, should be augmented by the publishing of an engineering magazine. AVith great enthusiasm a group of students organized, and launched a survey of other engineering magazines in the countrx. The ideas gained from this survey, together with a host of new ones, were put to- gether in a cover bearing in bold green letters the name of the official organ of the College of Engineering of the University of Oklahoma, Sooner Shamrock. Back in 1941 when that group of far-sighted, enthusi- astic engineers first conceived the idea and were giving birth to the Shamrock, they were out free-lancing it. The first twenty-four page issue was backed by the Engineers Club, and the magazine is now supported by advertising and membership dues of the Engineers Club. In the last nine years the magazine has achieved its rightful place among engineering publications and today is ranked as one of the outstanding college engineering magazines in the country. It is a credit to the Engineers that they had the confi- dence and perseverance to embark on such a enture in the time of war, and equal credit should go to the hard- working boys and girls who managed to keep this " ' oice of the Engineers " alive through difficult days while mag- azines of other engineering colleges became war casualties. Before Pearl Harbor, o er fortv such magazines were printed in the nation, but o er half of that number sus- pended publication during the war. The Engine School owes in no small part the success of almost all such entures to the Io al support and intelli- gent ad ice of its facuit members. 1 his w as true of the Shaiiiriick. Without the help of Sam Holland, the first days of the magazine would have been much tougher. Mr. Holland stayed with the boys until the fall of 1 ' 141, w lien additional teaching duties forced him to cede the .•iii isorship to another equally young professor, tile late N ' ester E. ViIl()uglib . I ' cn eight years " Prof " ' illoughb was the pillar to lean on in tr ing times. In the fall of this school ear Harrv H. Hill assinned gui- il.nicc of the maga ine, and the magazine has continued to [iVDW nndei- his le.iileisllip. The sole purpose ol tin- Shaiinuik v. . been lor the ad- ancenient of Engineeiirig, w itli special emphasis upon this school, the L ' ollege ot I ' ngiiieering ii( the I ni ersit 111 Okl.ilioma. The Shamrock gi cs the student enrolled in the Ciillege of I ' ngiiieering a journal in which he can publish his technical w ritings as well as to prox ide a Page 332 First Rr).if, ,■ lo right: Ted McCourry, Prtt nickins.m, James C.bhs, Harry Hill, James Teel. SnonJ Rozv: Richard Evans, Joe Wilson, Dannv Compton, Sam Wilson, Eddie Meyer, Jack James, Tom Puckctt. ThirJ Ro=u:: John Peake, Irving Hill, Harper Smith, CJerri Harrington, CJeorge Copcland, Robert Ergermeicr, Art Bro for the latest news and occurrences of the Lngineering School. It is also the poIic - of the magazine to [irint other arti- cles which are invaluable to the student as an aid to the furtherance of engineering and engineering principles. The " Little Reporter " is a column for the purpose of keeping the Engineers posted on activities in the various departments of the Engine School. Tribute to the achieve- ments and activities of outstanding seniors is paid through the " Men of Might " column. Also a regular feature is the joke section which is aptly named the " Exhaust " . Like the substance from hich it derives its name, it is a large blast of hot air. The editor of the Sha iirori is selected by St. Pat ' s Council and he in turn selects the staff of the magazine. Membership on the staff is open to all students of the College of Engineering who ha ' e the urge to express themselves through the magazine. The business manager of the magazine is also selecteil by St. Pat ' s Council and he in turn selects the advertising staff. Those who act as advertising salesmen are the only members of the stafl who receive any payment for their work. They receive a commission for the advertising they sell. The staff members are responsible for every phase of the publication of the Shamrock. They have charge of the circulation, articles published, advertising, make-up, and subscription sales. Thus any student interested in that line of work can obtain a fairly good knowledge of the mechanics of a magazine while receiving his more specialized engineering education. One of the main goals of the present staff is to obtain an increase in circulation of the magazine through alumni subscriptions. The present circulation is about 3,000 with the largest part going to the students now enrolled in the College of Engineering. Articles of special interest to alumni are to be included in future issues in order to at- tain this goal. Other subscribers include the high schools of the state of Oklahoma, and a few industrial firms. The primary reason that an increased circulation is desired is that the Shamrock is one good means to bring the College of Engineering before the general public and thus enhance its reputation in industry. Also the Shamrock is a means by which alumni ma ' keep in contact with their alma mater. Each ear at the St. Pat ' s celebration banquet a ke ' is awarded the graduating senior members of the Shamrock staff as recognition of their time and effort put into the publication. This key, designed three years ago by Miss Betty Jo Kerr, consists of an open book with crossed quills in the background, a slide rule across the top, and a sham- rock across the bottom. The key is hnished in gold and black. The spirit of those who have produced the Shamrock through the trying years of the war and those just after the war is well brought out in the excellence of the maga- zine today, and is indicative of the spirit present today in the College of Engineering. The excellence of the Sham- rock and the traditions of the College of Engineering must be ujiheld and improved with each passing year. That is the thought in the minds of the majority of the students. Thus the Sooner Shamrock is not just the effort of a few but is a composite picture of the College of Engi- neering. Each and every student can say congratulations for a job well done in the Sooner Shamrock. Page 333 David A. Kirr T ent -t vo years ago Joe Brandt and Prank Cleckler initiated plans for the Sooner Altie nzinc. Brandt was named as editor and Cleckler began his administration as alumni secretary and manager of the Union. Those twenty-two years sound like a long time when one considers that the present University Library building was still under construction ; the Union Building was not et completed ; the infirmary was being put into use for the first time and enrolment for the school was a little over 4,800. In the first issue Brandt, ho later became president of the University, outline i the pvirposes of the Sooner Mag- (izine. He said : " The Sooner Mayazine should be a NEWS magazine, keeping pace with the activities of former students of the University, recounting the steps in progress made by the University itself. " It should contain the maximum of news and the mini- mum of propaganda. Its only policy should be fairness in giving news, adequacy in serving the University of Oklahoma Association and its members. " This is in keeping with the best traditions of American alumni magazines, which long ago abandoned pretensions to be literarv or controversial. All but a few conform to the purpose stated for the Sooner Magazine — to publish the news. " Since Brandt laid down the guiding principles of the magazine, the American Alumni Coimcil has awarded the Sooner ] Iagazine national recognition six times. In 1949 the magazine received awards for its co ers, general pic- torial work and reporting. Today the publication goes to thousands of graduates and former students in almost every corner of the globe. The magazine also tries to stimulate the formation of :ilumni clubs in various places. Recently an Oklahoma I ni ersit aliniini club was organized in Tokyo, Japan, and other foreign clubs arc in the process of organizing. Kill Alley ;uul Dnvid Burr out beating the bushes fur some first h.iiul intcprmntii.Ti tn pass cm tn llu- riaiUr- ..I tin hirsl Koic, lift In right: Glenn Copeland, Mrs. Mary Turnbull, C ' nllwrl vall Second Ro w: Charles Roper, David Burr, Paul Andres, Bill Alley. The Sooner Magazine staff i.s unique in alumni circles. In most cases and in particular in the Big Seven schools, the editor of the alumni publication is a full-time editor. It has long been the desire of Ted Beaird, executive secre- tary of the University of Oklahoma Association, publish- ers of Sooner Magazine, to use the important office as a training ground for worthy students. This policy has been followed for several years and is being followed at the present time. David A. Burr, Miami, Oklahoma, jour- nalism senior, has been chief man for the past two years. Burr attended high school at Riverton, Kansas, and en- tered college at Northeastern A M, Miami, following a tour of duty in the Army. He graduated from the Miami school as the outstanding student of his class. E.xtra-curricular activities there included forensic and journalistic work. While he was editor of the school newspaper, The Norse Hind, in 1947-48, the paper was judged the best in Oklahoma ' s junior college circles. Burr was chosen to participate in the Plymouth Drama Festival at Plymouth, Massachusetts, in 1 47. He is a member of Sigma Delta Chi. Second in the masthead listing of the Sooner Magazine appears the name Ted Beaird, managing editor and " Riding the Sooner Range " . That ' s the order of listing but doesn ' t begin to tell the story of how important is Beaird ' s role m directing the activities of the magazine has been. He ' s the ace trouble shooter, promoter, organ- izer, and director and guiding light of the magazine. F.ditors are graduated with regularity but Beaird sees that the magazine maintains a consis tent high caliber of work. Charles Roper, journalism senior, is news editor of the Sooner Magazine. He has also served as news editor of the Oklahoma Daily. Roper ' s hometown is Magnolia, Arkansas, where he attended high school and edited the high school newspaper. He first came to the University under the Army Specialized Training Reserve Program. He completed his army tour in Japan where he again edited a newspaper. After discharge, Roper enrolled at the University of Arkansas for one year and was active in Press Club work. The he returned to Oklahoma. He has been associated with the Sooner Magazine since June, 1Q49. Paul Andres, Oklahoma Cit ' , served as feature editor of the magazine for the first semester of 1949-50 school year. After Andres graduated in January, 1950, John AVagoner, Claremore, was chosen for the position. Vagoner attended Claremore high school and North- eastern A M college at Miami. Following a year at the Miami school he started his work at Norman but inter- rupted his training to take a job with a Claremore news- paper. He returned to the campus in January, 1950. Bill Alley, Tulsa, is Roll Call editor. He is responsible for news of alumni which is written and classified by years in the news briefs section. Harold Keith, Sooner sports publicist, has had a full year of sports climaxed by a Sugar Bowl football team. He has provided the Sooner Magazine with much mate- rial and acts as adviser for articles prepared by students. Irs. Mary Turnbull, alumni office chief, handles the files which house much of the information needed for the magazine. Colbert Swanson and Glenn Copeland are in charge of the mailing department. Both are students. This is the staff that gathers, writes, edits and pub- lishes with the help of the University of Oklahoma Press the Sooner Magazine twelve months a year. Page 335 T S ' - yl- Jd i « BbS i " m [ tfu -« Page 336 r i. -- .. m m L- i . tk u -! Mmm !t m - m ¥t jSi ■V . ' ,, •u 4U»Ztnfc f- v. First Row, left to right: Jim Harmon, Irving Hill, Harry Hill, George McKown, Ted McCourry. Second Roiv: Richard D. Harley, Herb Oakes, Jim Cobbs, Leonard Simmering, Carl E. Haskett. Tliirii Roii-: William H. Strickland, Jr., Joe D. Perry, Harper J. Smith, Harold Coulter, John Westervelt. Fourth Row. Jim Bruce, Audrey M. Cook, James F. Smith, Dick Denner, Robert C. Kimmcll, Elmer A. Kunnemann, Ernest |. Dickinson, Kenneth W. Adams. The Engineers ' Club is the one organization which all engineers are eligible to join and through it all the activ- ities of the College of Engineering are coordinated. The only requirement for membership is enrolment in one of the Schools of the College of Engineering or in a pre- engineering course. The principal activities sponsored by the Engine Club are the annual celebration each spring in honor of St. Patrick, the patron saint of all engineers, and an open- house during the interscholastic meets. An Engineers ' Queen is elected each year to reign over the celebration show, dance, and banquet and other functions. St. Pat is elected from the ranks of the senior engineers to reign with the Queen. An organization within the Engine Club and one of which it is justly proud is the Loyal Knights of Old Trusty. The members of LKOT have taken the respon- sibility upon themselves to sec that the traditions of the College of Engineering are renewed each year. This fuk is carried on in secret with no hope for reward other than having the meinbers ' names on a plaque upon completion of their service to the Engineers. Among the traditions carried out b LKOT is the firing of " Old Trusty, " a small cannon, in honor of St. Patrick and all good engi- neers. The governing bod of the College of Engineering is the St. Pat ' s Council. The Council consists of one mem- ber from each of the engineering organizations, the busi- ness manager of the Shamrock, and the chairmen in charge of the various activities of the club. The executive committee of the Council consists of the officers of the club and the editor of The Sooner Shamrock. The Coun- cil is probably the primary factor contributing towards the Engine School fimctioning as a unit of single aim and purpose. It is the coordinator for all activities of the Engine Club. St. Pat ' s Council is the body responsible for the publi- cation of The Sooner Shamrock. The Shamrock is the official publication of the College of Engineering and is classed as one of the top engineering publications in the country. Some idea of the scope of the Engine Scho ol ' s acti itics can be seen in the circulation of the Shamrock in 1 48-49 which was almost 4,000 and in the attendance at the cele- br.ition functions for rlu- ear which was about 2,500. ( )rie can re.idih bclicxe tile claim that the l ' " ngineers of the uiii ersity are the most acti e and closeK knotted body of students in the universit . I ' .ngineers ' Club officers for the year were: (leorge McKow II, president; Ted McCouny, vice-president ; Jim Harmon, secretarv ; Irxinf: Hill, treasurer; llaii Hill. sponsf)r. Page 338 This charming trio of eii.L:iiirri ti, :ii thi KiiKincers ' Club tn music raihtiacl st k. At the end of Engineers ' Week, Norma Tate was chosen Knuincers ' Queen vhile the duties (?) of old St. Pat were awarded Ted McCourrv. The Tri-Oelts furnish a lot of scenery besides j;ood music for the Engineers ' Club members. A hard-to-get shot of the members of LKOT, whose identity will have to remain a secret until each member graduates Page 339 First Row, left to right: Earl G. Thurman, Jr., J. V. Tucker, Spencer L. Tavlor, G. D. Maildox, H. G. McKaskle, E. |. Dickinson, J. L. Sanders. Se onJ Roii-: Elbert Davis, Bill A. Shelton, H. K. Manlev, VV. H. Elliott, Jr., Ralph S. Treadwell, Van E. Estes, Jr., James Teel, Jess Spring, Jr. Third Row: J. G. Bradshau, R. H. Morse, C. H. Swanson, Max R. Hindes, M. H. McConncIl, S. L. Downs, D. F. Presley, R. A. Fair. Fourth Row: Cranston W. Flesher, G. T. Higginbotham, C. D. Hollingsworth, G. E. Kunkel, J. J. Lawnick, A. E. Campbell, Ora C. Collins, Eddie (Sood. Fifth Row: Donn Hirst, Clarke B. Gillespie, Darrell L. Proctor, Francis A. Harris, Kirby D. Schenck, James D. Matlock, James M. Worrell, John V. Weaver. OFFICERS Spencer L. Taylor Henrv McKaskill Bill Tucker John L. Sanders Earl Thurman Ernest Dickinson Gaiser D. Maddox Pre.sident .Executive ice- President 2nd Vice- President Secretary and Treasurer Corresponding Secretary St. Pat ' s Representative Sponsor Pi Epsilon Tan was founded on the University of Oklahoma campus appro.ximately four years ago. The purpose of its foundation was to foster a closer bond be- tween its members and the petroleum industry, to broaden the .scope of activities of its members, and to maintain the high ideals and standards of the engineering profe.ssion. In the last year, additional chapters have been founded at Tulsa University and at Texas Technological College in Lubbock, Texas. Plans for further extension include Texas University, Louisiana State University, Kansas University, and I ' niversity of Southern California. After the incorporation of any one of these universities, plans for iiationalization will be put into effect. The fall semester was one of the most active periods in Pi Epsilon Tau ' s history. Many notables in the petroleum industry were guest speakers at business meetings. Mr. joe Field of Sohio Petroleum Company, D. ' . Carter of tile .Magnoli.i Petroleum Company, and Henry Wasz- kowski ot the .Magnolia Compan , ga e interesting and informative speeches on subjects pertaining to the petro- leum industry. In the hitter part of November, eight members includ- Page 340 First Row. left to right: William R. Bohon, Davt- Oakes, Habih S. Rahme, C. R. aiighn, Howard G. Westerman, I. E. Kreger, A. I. Hankinson. Second Roii-: E. A. Ernst, Bobbv Bonner, William P. Smith, Tom DuKan, Ed Sanabria, R. |. Bromell, j. I. Fisher. TliirJ Roiu: Arthur J. Corrales, Ewell B. Martin, Cecil E. Brandon, Howard M. Perdue, Eugene F. Herbeck, Pat O ' Neil, Don W. Czirr. Fourth Ro w: Don ' . Hester, Jim C. West, Stephen A. Park, Charles C. Woodruff. Dennis L. Krehbiel, Robert W. Scarth, Horace R. Christian, Richard J. Goeken. Fifth Row: Alvin D. Campbell, Pete Slavbaugh, Irving A. Hill, Audrex M. Cook, Herman I. Ledbctter, Carl E. Matthews, William H. Ward, Frank C. Pfeiffer, Jr. ing the faculty sponsor, drove to Lubbock, Texas, to establish Pi Epsilon Tau ' s third chapter. This group was organized by Paul S. Johnston, the founder of Pi Epsilon Tau, and former student and assistant professor at the University of Oklahoma. Mr. Johnston is at present on the Petroleum Engineering faculty of Texas Tech. The first National Convention was held on January 7, 1950, at the University of Oklahoma. Delegates from Tulsa University and Texas Tech attended. Plans for nationalization and national expansion were discussed. Membership of the fraternity is composed of under- graduates majoring in Petroleum Engineering and a select group of honorary members chosen from the technical graduates with outstanding achievements in petroleum engineering endeavor. The undergraduate membership is drawn from the up- per ?i}i per cent of the senior class and the upper 25 per cent of the junior class. However, not more than 25 per cent of the senior class and not more than 1 7 per cent of the junior class will be accepted. It is the aim of Pi Epsilon 1 au to be an active organ- ization in addition to recognizing worthy petroleum en- gineers. This is cmphsized in the Pi Epsilon Tau pre- amble which states: " We, the members of Pi Epsilon Tau, in order to create, establish, and maintain an organization for the meeting on common ground of men associated with petro- leum engineering, who have a sincere desire to factor for the industry an organization of loyalty, good fellowship and mutual cooperation, do hereby ordain and this constitution of the honorary Pi Flpsilon Tau Frater- nity. " It is hoped that through national expansion this fratcr- nit ' will add still another honor to the many held by the Petroleum Engineering School of the University of Oklahoma. Although Pi Epsilon Tau is a new campus organiza- tion which has not yet been recognized nationally, it is steadily growing in membership and influence, and in a few years will be a prominent organization in petroleum engineering. PI Page 341 " i !«s|i -ti.,.t ' ' Jf» , : : ' f V- •: ii FirsI Rrnv, tfjl to right: Thomas I. Brown, Nathan S. Jarnigan, Jr., Walter F. Tillman, Keith M. Petersen, Otis C. ' errioii, Jr., Bervl B. :;reen, Izzet B. Bilgic. Sffond Ro ' u.-: G. P. Meek, R. D. Pooler, T. H. Burleson, D. K. Butemeyer, Charles H. Smith, Lewis E. East- ham, Dan Lovinger. Third Ro u:: Ray Farley, Paul Mayes, Charles E. Harp, C. L. Farrar, Luke Dodds, Jack C. Farris, Raymond L. Kindred, Robert G. Kimmell, Gerald Tuma, William B. Lewis, R. L. Maddin. Fourth Roii;: John E. Rutledge, Jack F. Curtis, William B. Clayton, Stewart A. Woodward, Jerald D. Foster, James L. LeGette, R. M. Ryon, Jr., Richard A. Peller, Jack A. Muller, John D. Austin, James L. McFarland. Fifth Row: Charles E. Davis, Jordan Kawaller, Stanley P. Bonk, Ganpat B. Here, Robert J. Burton, Mickey Brcgman, A. Edward McQuoid, William E. Richardson, K. M. Adams, Raymond T. Morton, Lee S. Jackson. Sixth Row: A. T. Reed, D. J. Mazanec, James A. Wilson, Harold D. Earnest, Kenneth M. Shouse, CJeorge Soter, Dale Coffman, Paul F. Cunningham, Wendell C. Hev, Kenneth Watson, Charles C. Crowe, Ernest L. Williamson. Srvenlh Row: Alfred H. Locke, L. M. Hammett, J. S. Struble, A. C. Campbell, English Piper, James Mitchell, Jack R. Hulme, D. H. Lindscv, P. J. Elam, C. S. Tinch, |r., G. W. Edwards. Eighth Row: Emorv G. Wall, Jr., Robert D. Mann, Lee E. Roberts, Jr., Richard C. Baker, Ralph T. Kendrick, Fred C. Conner, . Maxwell, H. E. Hohmann, A. C. Thompson, C;. P. Ernst. John T. Harter, William D. Smith, Robert H. Smith. OFFICERS Luke B. Dodds Chairman Jack C. F.arris V ' ice-Chairnian Don C. H.arder Secretary Raymond L. Kindred Trea.surer Robert G. Kimmel .... St. Pat ' .s Representative Prof. Ger. ' Vld Tuma Coun.selor Any person rej istereil as a student, graduate or under- graduate, in a university or technical school ot recognized standinfi; may be enrolled as a student member of the American Institute of Electrical Engineers. Each student member of the Im ' stitute receives the official monthly pub- lication, " Electrical Engineering " which supplies compre- hensive information on current technical and important related ievelopments. This publication presents in one publication current information concerning the de elop- ments that are of the greatest importance to its members. It offers to the electrical engineering student the best thought of the leading electrical engineers, and new tech- nical material that will supplement his text books and enable him continually to keep abreast of ever-advancing technology. The principal purpose of a student branch is to lunction as an organization under the auspices of the Institute for aiding in the de elopment of the latent abilities of stu- dents, primarily b affording opportunities for them to carry on activities quite similar in nature to those which are carried on by the Institute members, such as holding meetings, presenting and iliscussing papers and reports, participating in inspection trips to places of engineering interest, etc. The branch meetings offer ideal opportunities for students to develop the abilit to stand before an audi- ence and to present their ideas clearh and con incingly. Hranch activities offer opportunities for training in those elements of leadership which are essential to real success in an ' division of engineering, and thus supple- ments the formal courses of instruction, enabling young engineers to adjust themselves more proniptl to the cir- cumstances w Inch follow their graduation. I.IJJ Page 342 Firsl Row, left to right: J. O. Scott, Frank P. WillianiMin, J. Walton McCarthy, Norman L. Flardwicke, Jack H. I.ilhurii. StionJ Row Edgar Zeigler, Jr., Gordon Merck, W. H. Pruitt, Leonard R. Brooks, Robert D. Heckart, Kenneth R. Cantwell, William H. Mood Ralph L. Haas. Third Row: Eddie Mever, C. B. Bristol, Jr., J. L. Huitt, Dr. F. C. Fowler, Dr. R. L. Huntington, L. S. Reid, J. M Campbell, J. F. Anderson, C. D. Spangler, J. L. Norman, R. J. Alfrey. Fourth Row: John B. Bierman, Cecil L. Ford, Louis E. Henslcy Jr., William W. Dickinson, William R. Mclntvre, Jack H. Langston, Leonard B. Parker, Duane L. Archer, Hal Savage, L. E. Harlan William F. (Jast, Bill H. Sellers, Istani A. Moussa, Joseph A. Burke. Fifth Row: Charles R. Perrv, Corbin W. Shouse, W. D. Flarris Tom R. Prater, Herman F. Crain, Sam A. Wilson, Joseph C. Wilson, Clyde C. Coffindaffer, Dan Overton, David E. Fields, M. G. Brig- ham, Omer A. Pipkin. Sixth Row: Sharon L. Forrester, Silas N. Rippee, Angelo A. Caporaso, Ronald C. Lieber, J. William Kongable, J. H. Ritchie, Clifton C. Jennings, James K. Witthaus, Fred M. Swaim, Paul M. Freeland, Virgil E. Gaede, Charles N. Windle, Bob Bumpas. Seventh Row: Donald Stinson, Leon L. Patterson, Harlow Daron, Ravmond W. Gerber, Bob Schuiz, Virgil O. Allison, Tom D. Barbour, Edwin L. Head, Harold J. Corbett, Basil T. Papahronis, Billy G. Casteel, Charles E. Franklin. Eighth Row: Raymond J. Kenny, William L. Richards, Donald Sobocinski, Charles C. Scheirman, Arthur C. Simons, Jr., Lawrence C. Morrow, Robert E. Wohl- gemuth, Floyd E. Heinzig, Tommy G. Maskaleris, L. M. Hunter, William O. Medlin, Edward C. Ritchey, John Mullendore, Nihar K. Roy, Frank Miley. OFFICERS John F. Axdersox Carl Sp.angler . Kenneth C.axtwell Tom Pr.ater . Eddie Meyer President ' ice-Presiderit Treasurer Secretary St. Pat ' s Representati e Founded in 1908, the American Institute of Chemical Engineers is recognized as one of the Engineering Found- ers Societies. The object of A.I.Ch.E. is to advance chemical engineering and to maintain high professional standards among its members. Membership helps the stud- ent prepare for emp!o ment in the field of chemical en- gineering. The University of Oklahoma student chapter of A.I. Ch.E. was organized in 1935, and any interested engineer- ing student is eligible for membership. Regular meetings are held monthly during the academic year. The programs of the meetings feature outstanding speakers from a wide ariety of industries that employ chemical engineers. The Institute awards annually to a student chapter member an emblem to the student member in each chapter who has attained the highest scholastic a erage during his first two years at the University. This year ' s award was presented to Charles Perry who had an overall grade point average of 2.80. Membership in A.I.Ch.E. reached 125 this year. The traditional active and spirited participation in all general activities of the University and the Engineering College was duplicated this year. There are 82 chapters of the Institute in the United States and Canada. The purposes of the student chapter are to acquaint chemical engineers with industry, to pro- vide students with personal contacts in repre.sentative industries, and to promote the exchange of technical in- formation through the medium of social contacts. L I, Ctl, I Page 343 First Row, left to right: W. F. Davis, F. C. Larson, J. F. Brookes, J. Ray Matlock, Charles R. Richardson, William R. Hogge, Robert J. Adams, Richard W. Denner, Joe Keeley, Howard Irby. Second Row: Carl L. Rnbbins, John L. Kaufman, Bobby Cj. Green, J. J. Jefferson, C. D. Newton, F. K. Fears, J. K. Bennett, Edwin H. Pence, Price T, Smith, Bill (iriffin, Jim Shuhs, CScorge O. Ellis. Third Row: David L. Francis, Robert T. Balboni, Bernard Lindenberg, Joel M. CSarrett, John R. Redman, Bill A. Tinker, P. T. Williams, L. F. Meader, Wayne Steele, Raymond H. Fox, W. R. Carlisle, Charles L. Boggs. Fourth Row: Rudolph H. Barmen, German Velez, Karl K. Mullen, Kenneth Hammond, Herb Oakes, Wavne Cannon, Sam W. Royse, Thomas A. Moodx, Alfred F. DiGeronimo, Frank A. DiMatteo, Nathan Chernoff. Fifth Row: W. L. Buck, Jr., E. R. Briggs, Warren D. Jones, James J. Cook, Frank Jones. G. J. Shaw, William R. Twvford, Charles R. Roberts, Charles J. Bates, Jack D. Turley, Stanley (Jrayson, Jr., Jack F. Coley. Sixth Row: James C. Barringer, Jerrv L. Durrin, William R. Blakemore, John C. Law, A. Jack Harhert, Charley M. Van Metre, N. L. Rushing, Edgar S. Weaver, David C. Zimmerman. Seventh Row: Alexander J. Faulkner, O. F. Elliott, Lynn D. Hall, Harold R. Hoefner, Otto C. Riedrich, John A. Whitchurch, C. B. an Alstine, James F. Smith, C. Graham Mills, Lindley P. Rhodes, Tom Birhilis. OFFICERS Ch.arles Rich.ardson President William R. Hogge Vice-President Robert J. Adams Secretary Richard W. Dexxer Treasurer Professor Joseph W. Keelev Professor J. Rav Mati.ock .... Co-Sponsors Civil engineering is represented professionally b an at least one speaker from each of the arioiis phases of organization known as the American Society of Civil Kn- civil engineering. gineers. It was founded in 1852 and was the first organ- The organization also plans to present several filins on ization of this type in the engineering profe.ssion in this engineering work. This fall the A.S.C.E. sponsored a country. homecoming float, and later a liance was held in the The aims of the American Society of Ci il Kngineers " Shack " on the South Campus Future activities will are the advancement of the civil engineering profession include an exhibit at Open House and the annual A.S.C and .social and economic betterment of the civil engineer. I ' , piciu ' c. The chapter is proud of its record of three The Oklahoma University Student Chapter of the A.S. first place entries and one third place entry during the CE. is an afliliate of the national organization. The stud- four years of Open House competition and plans to ent chapter attempts to keep the student engineer informed do its best to maintain that record. Several members of of current developments in civil engineering and to stimu- the chapter attended the Mid-Continent L ' onference of late professional interest among engineering students. All Student Cliainers at i.incoln, Nebraska, in November students in civil engineering are eligible for membership. ami .ilso tin- State Coiuention ot the A.S.C.E. in Tulsa, ' Ehe student chapter meets every other Tuesday during I ) (. ' cnihir I and 2. the .school year. Each year the chapter endeavors to have I.UJ, Page 344 Fust Roil.-, Irfl to right: James R. Oarrison, Robert L. Ragsdale, Riibert L. Wallace, Cecil L. Cotton, Richard Dowart, Raman 11. Amin, Ra E. Ashlev, Sam F. Segnar. SrionJ Row: E. E. Sims, Oeorge W. Cupit, Jr., E. F. Dawson, W. J. Evvbank, William Wilson, Ted Prater, Villiam H. Strickland, Jr., D. D. Carpenter, A. M. Fisher, Art LeCrone, Charles J. Mauck, R. C. Lollar. Third Rniv: Richard D. Harlev, Robert L. Carder, (ames L. Lavton, William T. Schofield, Richard L. Walton, CJIen E. Margeriim, Rene Najera, Herbert H. Shook, Eugene R. Wright, Edward J. Struckus, Reno L. Harnish, Gene S. Luff. Fourth Row: O. E. Ball, B. C. Jordan, William R. Folsom, Lewis L. Burton, Paul R. Butler, Ralph Andrews, D. W. Holland, R. W. Parks, Harold D. Sikes, Jamse R. Harnish Robert (;. Blaisdell, William L. Smith. Fifth Row: William E. Funsch, Jack L. Powers, ]. D. Christian, C. F. Schmitz, Joe A. Wilson, Alton R. Patterson, Charles M. York, William M. Small, H. R. Moore, J. N. Reichard, H. Rav Burns, R. C. Bivona, ]. W. Dunn. Sixth Row: K. W. Adams, F. F. Larvvig, P. S. Rogers, M. C. Stookey, Earl Geoffrey, Paul F. Tooman, Lowell W. Abbott, D. H. Linker, William L. Myers, R. D. Osborne, Henry G. Mileur, Felipe Bartlome. Seventh Row: J. F. Tinker, T. A. Sechler, J. W. Trepp, David N. Grimes, Lawrence S. McAlister, J. L. Tyson, Leland E. Allen, Leo J. Finley, Jr., Jim B. Finley, M. Ray Hefner, Melvin Chernow, William Mayeran, Elmer Kunnemann, Bill Giles. OFFICERS Ted Prater Chairman Bill Wilson Vice-Chairman Murphy Fisher Treasurer D. D. Carpenter Secretan, Bill Strickl-and .... St. Pat ' s Representative Membership in the student branch of American Society of Mechanical Engineers is open to all students enrolled under approved engineering curriculum. It provides a contact between the student and the professional man, enabling him to become familiar with the profession and to get an idea of which particular field he might choose to enter. The meetings, which last semester included C. C. Willis, Chief Engineer in charge of generation of Oklahoma Gas and Electrical Company ; technical films ; student speakers ; and field trips through industrial estab- lishments of interest to the profession, which last semester included an inspection trip through the O. G. E. Huey plant in Oklahoma City to observe the gas turbine in operation, and a visit to the Sheffield Steel Company in Tulsa. Through these meetings the student may discuss mutual problems and a plan of action on his engineering education and career. The combination of these gives the member instruction, knowledge, the opportunity to meet men of the profession, and a chance to de elop his own initiative. A.S.M.E. oiifers its members the fellowship of the stu- dents of the mechanical engineering profession and the op- portunity to take part in the activities of the student branch. Also prizes and awards are available to student members : the cash prizes affered at each regional student conference; the Charles T. Main award for the best writ- ten paper on a specified subject ; awards for the under- graduate and graduate student who presents the best written paper on any engineering subject ; a certificate award is made available annually to each student branch to be given to a recommended student member; the A.S. M.E. sections offer many other prizes. I S. i. Page 345 OFFICERS Earl Thurman President John Saunders V ice-President Alton Slaybaugh Secretary-Treasurer Bill Liddell Social Chairman Bob True Publicity Chairman AuBRY Cook St. Pat ' s Representative The Petroleum Engineer ' s Club at the University of Oklahoma is one of the largest and most active in the United States. It had its beginning immediately after the organization of the Petroleum Engineering school in the fall of 1924. At that time, petroleum engineers joined the Pick and Hammer Club. The Student Chapter of the American Institute of Mining Engineers was organized in 1928, and the club went by that name until 1933, when it was changed to the Petroleum Engineer ' s Club. Since the fall of 1933, the P.E. Club has been continuously affiliated with the Peteroleum Divi.sion of the . ' X.I.M.M.E. The membership during the fall semester amounted to 389, with an equal number the spring semester. Professor Wilbur F. Cloud has been sponsor of the P.E. Club since 1941. Through the years Professor Cloud has obtained the top men of the oil industry to speak to the members on practical applications of petroleum engineer- ing. Through these men, the student engineers learn of new practices and developments before they are incorpor- ated into the .school curriculum. The fellowship and con- tacts gained through membership in the club are iinaln- able to members. The following officers were elected for the spring .sem- ester: Alton Slaybaugh, president; Hill Tucker, vice president; E. J. Dickinson, secretary-treasurer; Bill Lid- dell, .social chairman; Bob True, publicitx manager; and Bob True and O. C. Collins, co-chairmen of open house. Each year the club takes an active part in the celebra- tion of St. i ' at ' s Day and in the annual Engineer ' s Open which was won by P.E. ' s last ear. This year has been a highly successful year for the club v ith the mem- bership reaching an all time high. The club exteiuls a cordial in itation to all interested to attend the meetings and take part in the activities. PJJIIIB Page 346 Firsl Row, left la right: William L. Smith, Richard Duruart, Ray E. Ashlev, D. W. Holland, P. R. Butler. SnonJ Row: E. F. OauMiEi, E. M. Sims, George W. Cupit, Jr., CJene S. I.iitf, Knhert W. Parks, Charles J. Mauck, M. Rav Hefner, P. E. Carpenter. TliirJ Row: Fred F. Larwig, Richard P. Harley, Joe A. Wilson, D. D. Carpenter, James R. Harnish, Richard L. Walton, James R. (Harrison, Her- bert H. Shook. Fourth Row: William F. Chaple, A. M. Fisher, Robert L. Ragsdale, William T. Scotield, William M. Small, Cecil L. Cotton. Fifth Row: Rosco G. Bravo, James W. Dunn, Earl Geoffrey, Bob Taylor, William R. Folsom, H. Rav Burns, H. T. De- Graffenrei, Lowell W. Abbott, Eugene R. Wright. Sixth Row: K. W. Adams, Bill Maveran, Elmer A. Kunneman, D. H. Linker, David N. Grimes, Henry G. Mileur, W. J. Franklin, Bill L. Giles, Alvin D. Walker. OFFICERS Robert W. P.arks President Gene Luff V ice-Presideiit Ray Hefner Secretary Eugene R. Wright Treasurer P. E. C ' RPENTER Pledgemaster Charles Mauck Faciilt - Sponsor Pi Tau Sigma, national honorary Mechanical Engineer- ing fraternity, was founded at the University of Illinois in 1915. Oklahoma Sigma chapter at the University received its charter April 12, 1940. The purpose of the organiza- tion is to promote a closer bond of fellowship among those who, by their academic achievements and activities in the School of Mechanical Engineering, have demonstrated a real interest in their chosen profession. Though scholastic achievement is the primaiT requisite for membership, due emphasis is placed upon personality and extra-curricular activities in the College of Engineering. National eligi- bility requirements state that a student of the junior class must be in the top quarter of his class, while a senior must be in the top third of his class. Membership is not con- fined to students, however. Honorary members may be selected from men in industry who, after graduation, have distinguished themselves in their profession. C. C. Willis, chief engineer of the O. (j. Sc E. Belle Isle plant, was initiated in December, 1949. Members have enjoyed monthly dinner meetings. A true feeling of fellowship has been predominant at these meetings which an organizational meeting does not always create. The business of the organization is taken care of at monthly business meetings. In keeping with depart- mental cooperation, Sigma chapter joined with AS ME in preparing a float for homecoming festivities and the exhibit for the annual engineers open house. A letter was sent to all freshmen and transfer students in the School of Mechanical Engineering encouraging them to achieve high scholastic standings by pointing out the advantages of superior scholastic work. Recognition of outstanding students is accomplished by presenting an anuual award to the highest ranking sophomore mechanical engineer. PI lii SIGil Page 347 FirsI Roiv, left in right: William P. Smith, Charles B. Keiter, Eddie Meyer, D. P. Oaugherty, William E. Bancroft, Robert W. Mott. SiuonJ Roil- F. C. Goldsmith, Jerome A. Lewis, Roy B. Dannenberg, Herb Oakes, John T. Harter, Carl Haskett, CJlenii E. Sca . Third Roil. ' : James R. Garrison, Albert M. Fisher, Richard L. Walton, Carl L. Rollins, Wendell C. Hey, Jack R. Hulme, James V. Tucker, Van E. Estes, Jr., Cranston W. Flesher. Fourtli Roiv: Donald F. Presley, Joseph J. Lanwick, Harold J. Corbett, Thomas D. Coff- man, William C. Lake, Charles F. Hughes, CJeorge McKown, Bill Dean. Fifth Roil ' : Leon L. Patterson, Lloyd A. Lynd, Jr., English Piper, T. H. Burleson, A. L. Smith, Jose Pinczowski, Alvin D. Walker. Sixth Roiv: J. O. Scott, Frank P. Vvilliamson, Guy Ewton, John Todd, Raym ind L. Kindred, James T. Mitchell, Ernest J. Dickinson, John C. Westervelt, Henry G. Mileur, T. W. Winneberger. Seventh Rniv: Dick Denner, W. R. Hovle, Rav E. Ashley, Omer A. Pipkin, Elmer A. Kunnemann, M. Maxwell, Jack C. Farris, J. L. Norman, M. C. Owen, H. J. Ledbetter. OFFICERS Herb O.akes President Roy D. ' vnnexberg ' ice-President George Walter Secretary Jerry Louis Historian Carl H. ' vskett St. Pat ' s Representative Professor Boone Advisor Sigma Tan was founded February 22, 1904, by stu- dents of the Engineering College of the University of Nebraska. The qualifications of membership are: scholar- ship, practicality, and sociablity, which are in reality, the ideals of the engineering education. The immediate ob- jectives of the fraternity are the recognition and reward of personal attainments on the part of the engineerin g students, a working organization for the promotion of the interests of the engineering college, and the encourage- inent of fellowship in those training for the engineering profession. Member of the fraternit) ' are .• elected from the upper twenty per cent of the senior, and the upper ten per cent of the junior. The difficult requirements of the juniors is to insure capable leadership for the following year. Alembership is not entirely limited to engineering students. Those who have brought honor or distinction to themselves or the engineering profe.ssion may be admitted as honorary members. Every year, each Sigma Tau chapter presents the Sigma Tau medal to the freshman engineer ranking highest in scholarship. The outstanding freshman of 1949 was Al- bert Haeworth Robertson of Oklahoma City, ho also received as further recogrution a slide rule with his name and the honor received engraved on it. The OV chapter was founded .Ma l. U U), and is the oldest luiiiorary engineering fraternity on the campus. There arc now twenty-six active chapters with approxi- mately I. .OOO members. Thus, Sigma Tau is a National Honorary Engineering Fraternity to further engineering education b encouraging greatei effort ami promoting fellowship. Page 348 First Rov:, tcfl to right: Fred Edwards, Willard Glover, Jerry Leu is, Oene Trowbridge, Bob Higgins, Harry Simpson, Al Smith, Jimmv Lighttoot. SeconJ Roii:: Pat Daughertv, George Yoakum, Gene Green, Bob Lang, CJeorge McGraw, T. J. Tayar, Conrad Cook, ' Harry Larsh. TItirJ Roir: Bill Ford, Mitat Tolgay, Fred Groce, Joe McElroy, Clyde Green, Alvie Carter, E. D. Watson, C. L. Haves, Jim Anderson. Fourth Ro ' w: Bill McAlister, Jack Turner, Ray Parker, Floyd Martin, Pete Hoffman, Bill Whisnand, Harper High, N. C. Creager. Fifth Roii.:- Jav CJalloway, Don Melland, Jim Darnell, Bob Sampson, Bob Allen, Charles Clendening, Bud Dole, W. M. Smith, Jack Summerlin, Paul Robinson. Sixth Rniv: Jack Hitt, Don Brown, Neal Mercer, Ed Barry. Scotty Alcorn, Bill Bancroft, Guy Steele, Bedford Fancher, Jack Marshall, Ken King, Jess Doss. OFFICERS First Semester C. EiGENE Trowbridge President H.ARRY E. Si.MPSOX ' ice-Presideiit Robert L. Higgins Secretary Allen L. Smith Treasurer Jerome A. Lewis ... St. Pat ' s Representative B. Carl H.ale PitbliL-itv Director Second Semester Jerome A. Lewis President Guv AL Steele Vice-President Jesse B. Doss Secretary George H. Yo.akum Treasurer WiLL.ARD F. Glover . . St. Pat ' s Representative ' u.KUR F. Dole .... Publicity Director The Society of Geological Engineers, under the guidance of Dr. Carl A. Moore, has completed a very successful year. Resenting the fact that much of the public is ignor- f ant of the capabilities and goals of geological engineering, the Society has devoted this W I entire year to alleviating this situation. ' ' ' ' C f, A campaign of effective advertising was inaugurated last Spring. The task was made easy by the abundance of excellent data available. «•— • Geological engineering at the University of Oklahoma was developed after many J T years of surveying the petroleum industry ' s needs and desires. This survey resulted in a ' curriculum which is recognized as the best for developing petroleum geologists. In this » light the Society prepared a pamphlet to be sent to all petroleum companies which showed k how geological engineering could help them. At the same time, other channels were B I H exploited, such as the Sooner Shamrock, newspapers, and the trade journals. Nationalh ' known speakers were sponsored on the campus. The spirit and ambition of the geological engineers is becoming more widely recog- nized. In spite of curtailed hiring by the industry, most of the geological engineers have been placed in excellent jobs. The most outstanding example of their wider recognition, however, is the new award that has been established for them at the University. James L. Anderson, a prominent Texas oil producer, has provided very generously for the James L. Anderson award, to be presented to the outstanding geological engineer at Senior Day each spring. Dr. Carl A. Moore, Sponsor I Page 349 First Roiv, Icjl to right: Dale Coffman, Turn Barhcmr, Hcrh Oakes, Raymond I.. Kiiuired, Thomas H. Burleson, J. C). Scott, Jack C. C. Farris, Richard D. Pooler, Kenneth M. Shouse, Cerald Tuma. Second Row: Robert Road , Lhivd L nd, Jr., William E. Bancroft, Edward A. Ernst, Charles P. Kern, Eddie Meyer, Van E. Estes, Jr., Glenn Seay, Carl Ilaskett, Jerome A. Lewis, D. P. Daugherty, R. W. Mott, John T. Harter. Third Row: William C. Lake, Arthur J. Corrales, Mooris A. Lifshay, Albert M. Fisher, John L. Sanders, Ewell B. Martin, James W. Tucker, Carl L. Rollins, Joel D. Thorvaldson, George E. ' alter, Robert J. Burton, John C. Todd. Fourth Row: William P. Smith, Alton B. Slbybaugh, William Colvin, Jack R. Hulme, CJerald V). Bridges, Mickey Bregman, Thomas A. Moodv, Jr., English Piper, Frank P. Williamson, Robert A. Randall, Paul Mayes, Barry Buell. Fifth Row: James L. Norman, Charles R. McNeese, Bill L. Giles, Guv Ewton, Jr., CJeorge O. Ellis, Robert J. Adams, James T. Mitchell, Richard W. Martin, Ernest J. Dickinson, Ralph S. Treadwell H. G. McKaskle, William H. Ward, Cranston W. Flesher, Richard W. Denner, Charles L Pratt. Sixth Row: Charles R. Perrv, Paul S. Rogers, Lloyd L Hummett, George M. McKown, Walter E. Meinhardt, Miles Maxwell, Jr., W. R. Hoyle, Earl G. Thurman, P. E. Carpenter, Marion C. Owen, Vancle E. Dykes, Herman J. Ledbetter, Charles E. Ledbetter, Robert G. Kimmell, Elmer A. Kunneman. OFFICERS Raymond L. Kindred Thom. ' s Burleson . J. O. Scott . Jack C. Farris . T. Dale Coffman . Tom Barroir Herb Oakes President ice-Prcsideiit Cone.spondiiig Secretary Recording Secretary Treasurer Cataloguer St. Pat ' s Rcprescntatixe Tail Beta Pi was founded at Lehigh University in 1885. It is the oldest and foremost scholastic organiza- tion for technical schools in the nation. Membership in Tail Beta Pi is the highest honor that can come to an en- gineering student. Now nationally organized and guided by an executive council boasting well known men of .science and engineering, over 80 chapters, throughout 37 states are coordinated for the purpose of fostering aca- demic incentive, fellowship, and a spirit of liberal culture. Oklahoma Alpha Chapter was installed at Ol ' on .Xpril ?i, 1926, and has for over twenty ears pronidtcd this im- portant work. Distinguished scholarship, while the piimarx rei|uisite for admission, must not be considered the sole criterion. Other qualities arc considered equally important — those of character, leadership, honesty and reputation of being a good fellow. The national standard is that a man must be in the upper one-fifth of his senior class or the upper one-eighth of his junior class. However, the seniors who were taken into the orgaiu ' zation this year were in the upper ten per cent, while the juniors were in the upper five per cent. This was the standard for OV this year. Tlie local cli.iprcr was rcprcscnrcil h the president at the National C ' oiu cntion iieid ,ir i ' uidue I ni ersit in October. Projects of the ear ha e included re-publica- tion of an information booklet on engineering organiza- tions, which was ilistributed to state high school libraries and to freshman engineers. Page 350 First Roiv, left to right: H. J. McGarr, R. E. Price, H. W. Barhce, E. n. Smith, M. V. Smith, G. A. Foltz, J. A. McElrov. Second Roil-: Lvman Haves, Morris T. Myers, Margauerite Wilson, William M. Walton, Jr., William H. Gorman, Fred K. Yates, Edward W. O ' rton, L. B. Gilbreath, Mack K. Plunkett. Third Roiv: Frank B. Hartlev, Jr., Edward H. Bradlev, Glenn D. Eddington, Malcolm E. Collier, Lee R. King, Don N. Cordrv, D. E. Davhuff, Robert J. Smith, Clifford W. Murphev. Fourth Row: Darvl Hopkins, Louis G. Arrington, B. W. Bone, R. J. McDowell, C. M. Tate, CJlenn H. Buck, Herman G. Cottrell, Robert E. Wood, James T. Stringfield. Fifth Row: Doyle W. Davis James R. Arnold, John W. Cooke, Jerry H. Holland, Richard L. Runyan, Guy H. Joyce, Cullen R. Thompson, Arden L. Norris, William J. Ford. OFFICERS E. D. Smith President H. Grant ' ice-President M. V. Smith Trea. ' urer L. P. Stonis Secretar H. Barbee Publicity Chairman The Pick and Hammer Club, founded in 1903 by Dr. Charles N. Gould, was the first geolog club to be formed in connection with the University of Oklahoma. The founding took place at V ines Branch in the Arbuckle Mountains while a group of geology students were on a field trip. At this meeting the name " Rock Club " was chosen and Charles P. Kirk was elected president and Chester A. Reeds was elected secretary. Other charter members included Minnie Rose Gould, Rose Carlet, Pierce Larkin, Charles A. Long, John Merkle, Willard Garden, Julian Field, and William H. Law. After 1908 the club continued electing a member of the geology faculty to act as sponsor and advisor. In 1924 the name " Rock Club " was changed to the " Pick and Hammer " Club. Since 1942 Dr. Elmer E. Lucas has acted as the club ' s sponsor. The club was inactive during the war years but re- organized in the spring of 1945. Since the reactivation the membership has increased each semester. ] Iembership is open to all students with an interest in the field of geology . The purpose of the club is to sponsor talks by persons outstanding in geology or related fields and to ofifer the stvidents interested in these fields an opportunity to meet together. These talks have drawn large attendances and have proved to be a great stimulus to student interest in geology. PICI anfl iliMm Page 351 -nj f ' n , n n ' r ■■ ' f rj Rov.-, left to right: Rodnev H. Smith. Jcihnnic W. White, Harold E. CJray, Fred H. Heiidon, Jr., Jerry V. Fearnow, Sam H. Loetfler. Second Roiv: Diana Cidbv, Marv L. Brislev, Anna J. Storv, Virgil S. Tillv. J. E. Ciunning, Eldon Merritt. R.iy C. Alletag, William C. McGrew, Othel D. Westfall, Lmvcli T. Sawyer, Mattie M. Francis, Betty M. Teakell. TItirJ Ro ' u.-: Jim Bishop. Eulys R. Price, (jeorge W. Kreig, Julius Herman, Helen L. Dennis, Barbara Gunning, Betty Kilman, Joe Cornelson, Boh Diiughert , Bob Atkis- son, Scott Quiglev. Fourth Roiv: Laile D. Warren, H. B. Hunter, Frank E. Morelield, James C. Muskrat, William C. Armstrong, Jr., Robert H. Baker, ' Neal R. Ferguson, William H. Jordan, Bill R. Mavnard, Kenneth M. Butts, Thomas E. Greer. Fifth Rou-: Billy R. Svejhovsky, Lincious A. Folsom, Jr., Robert R. Basore, Gilbert B. Mooney, J. C. Schreiber, Edgar D. Malone, Thomas B. Myers, Fred- erick J. Kisel, Max J. Enterline, Lindell M. Koontz, Gregory N. DeMare. Sixth Row: Ray L. Davis, Rudolph C. Swanson, Everett Erwin, Thomas D. Cook, Jr., Charles W. Graham, Jack W. Robinson, Charles E. Lanham, Edward E. Tomlins, Bob Andrews, R. A. Keller, Earl C. Lairson. Se ' Vfnth Raiu: William N. ' eatch, James B. Capps, James L. Herrin, Dalvin C. Tobin, Howard Dudley, John Palmer, Joe H. Nichols, Roy A, Simonson, Jerome H. Slolarow, James R. Hunt, Carl C. Young, Ed deCordova. OFFICERS First Sc iii ' stfr Srrnn l Srincster Eldox Merritt President George Ross President Rov Vice-President Fred Hendon Vice-President JixE Story Secretary Betty Secretary J.AMES E. Glxning Treasurer James Hunt Treasurer Pali. Brokaw . . . Key Comniittee Chairman Frank Morhfiei.d . . Key Committee Chairman Virgil Tilly . . Program Committee Chairman Virgil Tilly . . Program Committee Chairman Mattie Francis . Entertainment Committee Chairman Through the efforts of W. K. Neuton, Chairman of Membership is open to all students who have chosen the Accounting Department, and Dewey L. Barnes, Pro- accounting as a part of their major work. Those juniors fessor of Accounting, the Accounting Club was organized who have maintained a " B " average in 12 hours of ac- in the fall of 1930. The club was founded on the basis counting, antl have been members in good standing at that it should be open to all qualified students and en- least one semester arc awarded the Accounting Club Kc tirely democratic in operation. With this in mind it w as which is considered a high honor. decided not to affiliate with any national organization of As a part of its current activities, the Accounting Club a similar nature. With the exception of the war years, is presenting as a part of its program a series of speakers the club has oi)erated continuoush since the date of or- who present their views and solutions to problems en- gamzation. countered in everyday practice. Many of these speakers As outlined in the constitution, the purposes of tlie are former club members who are now outstanding mem- Accounting Club are to bring about a closer relation.ship hers of the profession. As a climax to the year ' s program, among accounting majors, to bring about advantageous tlie arumal haiuinct lield in the spring for members, fac- contacts with those already successful in the field of ac- ulty membeis, ami guests provides students the oppor- countuig, and to aid in obtaining better positions tor tlic timity to become acquainted with more members of the graduates in accountancy from the University. accounting profe.ssion who are well established in the field. Page 352 First Row, left to right: Charles L. Mayes, Charles G. deVries, Carl D. Spangler, Bert H. Clampitt, Rnbert J. Alfrev, Tum K Prater, Robert H. Trubey. Second Ronjj: William N. Jacobsrjn, George Hurd, J. William Thurmond, C. Bronce Bristol, jr., Charles R. Perry, J. Glenn Seay. Third Ro ' u.-: Collis R. Parker, Raymond W. Gerber, William H. Pruitt, Townley Culbertson, Omer Kircher, Robert D. Heckart, Cecil L. Ford, Eddie Meyer. Fourth Roiv: Dean P. Montgomery, Louis Brown, Tom Gordon, William L. Savage, James L. Norman, Manford K. Patterson, Jr., William R. Reed, Frank G. Reichel. OFFICERS Carl D. Sp.angler President Robert Alfrey Vice-President Tom Pr.ater Recorder Robert Trubey Reporter Bill Thurmond Alumni Secretary Bert Clampitt Master of Ceremonies Ch.arles M.ayes Treasurer The Alpha Eta Chapter of Alpha Chi Sigma Fraternity has been active at the University of Oklahoma for more than thirty years. Its members are drawn from those stu- dents whose major interest is in chemistry or chemical engineering. The chapter lost a good man this year. Dr. H. H. Bliss, who has been faculty adviser for so many years, fin- ally realized that you can ' t do everything and resigned so he would have time to finish his book. However, he was replaced by another good man in return. Dr. C. G. de V ' ries welcomed the opportunity to be active in the chap- ter and is now adviser. He hails from L.S.U. The date calendar has been well filled this year. Mem- bers enjoyed the field trips and, best of all, the reunions afterwards. Remember the one at Borger? This was on one of the visits to the professional chapters. Alpha Chi Sigma finds these days hard to forget. It is an integ- ral part of the association together. Upon graduation into the professional branch, today ' s student members will have the opportunity to help guide those who come behind. This past year was highlighted by the elaborate initia- tion which concluded the regional American Chemical Society ' meeting in Oklahoma City. The new regalia was here and also many old friends from the nearby profes- sional chapters. This year the chapter loses 29 of its members through graduation. It is the guarantee of the fraternity that these men will be a credit to any branch of the profession they may enter. The Alpha Eta Chapter is proud of the role played in the development of these men in their chos- en fields. Although they may leave the chapter when campus days are closed, the regards and thoughts of the chapter will alwa s go with them. Page 353 Fini Rou, lift h, nght: Bill Snllivaii, Earl Schurikhard, lack E. Bover, Kt-nrit-th (). Reiil, Clt-n E. Wheeler. SiionJ Roii: Leslie H. Rice, Edward E. Junes, Bill Eisched, WriKin Mansfield, Bill Wicker. Paul Xishimiita, Max Parks. Third Roii-: Bill H. Ridlev, Ellis G. Gibson, Herb Sweetow, Boh Cilaves, Tom Jnlh, Max Rodgers, Steve Snider. Fiwrlh Rnu:- Robert C. Kumler, Lvndell N. Williams, H. Dale Grubb, Bob Scranton, Walton Nichols, William J. Plunkett, Melvin Hilderbrarid. Fifth Rozi: Roy R. Allen, Hon H. Hock- stein, Jack L. Holman, Irving Trachtenberg, Russell Porter, James A. Clark, X ' incent J. Stierman. .S ' j: ( Roiv: Fayette Copeland, Jr., Kenneth L. Reid, Robert C. Hazel, Morgan ' . Hunter, Leland A. Tenney, Richard V. Ma o, Don Wilkerson. OFFICERS Jack Bo ' iER Prcsidt-nt Kenneth Reid ' ice- President E.ARL ScHWEiKH.ARD Secretary Glenn Wheeler Treasurer Bill Wicker Alunini Secretary Rill Corresponding Secrerar Alpha Delta Sigma is a national professional advcrti.s- ing fraternity for men. It was founded in 1920 at the University of Missouri by the late John Powell. At pre- sent there are 49 active chapters. ' I ' he William AVrigley, Jr., chapter of ADS, Univer- sity of Oklahoma, was organized in 1924. Membership reqin ' rements are completion of two advertising courses in journalism, business or art, and a definite leaning to- ward advertising as a career. -Alpha Delta Sigma brings together college men with a common interest in advertising and also contributes to the advancement of advertising ideals and standards. The fraternity is a source of good fellowship, social enjoyment, information about advertising as well as providing an opportunity for the members to meet advertising leaders. This year has been a most successful one for the Wil- liam Vrigley, Jr., chapter. The Huckster ' s Hop, spon- sored jointly with (ianmia Alpha Chi, and held annually, w as one of the top .social e ents on the campus. Other activities of ADS included co-sponsorship with GAX of Roth.schild ' s Oklahoma University Day ; the sponsorship of the Celebrit Series program ; annual founder ' s day din- ner ; and a visit to the chapter by Profe.s.sor Frnest A. Sharpe, University of Texas, ice-president for the south- ern iistrict. Ilie national con enti(in w as held this past year at the University of Oregon. Paul Nishimuta was the delegate from the Villiam Wrigley, Jr., chapter. Alpha Delta Sigma was pre.sented charters at the convention which affiliated it with .Advertising P ' ederation of .America and .Adxcrtising .Association of the West. I he official publication of the fraternit it Liiuiyf. a quarterK wliuli carries chapter news, both local and national. Page 354 Firjt Roii; lefl to riglil: Thoma ( ' . Mi.ko, Jerry J. Scott, Kent L. McFarlaiul, Mack Pointer, Allen Russell, Hon IJranham. ,SV™ ;. foit ' .- Don E. Killion, (Jene Imel, Hiidilv M, Hrads ' haw, Harvev Caren, Tommie [. Jenkins, Paul Pritchard, |r., |av Kennett, Robert C. Starzer. ThirJ Row: Bill Deaton, Ralph E. Fearno«, E. Lee Mills, Howard M. " iViidlev, Donald E. Clark, Rov E. Piatt, Richard M. Lewis, Billy W. Hardin, Paul V. Keen, Dr. J. O. Hassler, ElHcrt Davis. Fourth Roii-: Raymond { ' . Bright, Philip J. Feisal, Lloyd E. Larkin, Bob Eastwood, George T. Butts, Robert B. Gomberg, William H. Stnith, Jim Hatcher, ;len L. Hope, Standle Porter, Jack Muller, Don Hadwiger. Fifth Ro-w: CJene Smith, Bob Schrciber, Kent Blaine, Tom R. Stravhorn, Mahum lessel, St. Clair Luzzi, Chuck Scherel, John C. Clark, Bruce Birrell, Noble B. Miller. Sixth Roii-: Bob Brinlee, David Sellers, John Graves, Tom Simms, Lindsa Crow, Norman S. Davis, Arthur Phillips, Jerry Welch, ' an Laffert , Paul Sprehe, Melvin Dell, Robert Cavins. Sciu-itth Roil-: Hugh Cunningham, Van Hoy Conner, Billy R. Bennett, Alan R. Phillips, Edward Bunneberg, B. I. Shinn, Harold L .wer , Keith McCltllan, Collis R. Parker, Charles Matuszak, Harold M. Smotherman. Eighth Rvix.-: Walter W. Hollingsworth, Jr., Charles H. Smith, Board- man G. Barby, James Billingsley, Jr., Floyd F. Miller, J. Harvey Roper, Clarence H. Tnruh, Charles D. . ' blard, M. Stuart Kirk, Hubert Davis, Jr., Gerald Farbion, Everett Dewees, Philip O. Teter, Jr., Patrick D. Cavariaugh. OFFICERS Rov E. Pl.att RicH.ARD Lewis . Donald E. Clark Howard Dudley Bill Haws . President ice-Presidi ' iit Recording Secretary Corresponding Secretary Treasurer Alpha Phi Oniega the national service fraternity com- posed of former Ko) ' Scouts, is dedicated to service to the student body, to youth and to the community. Alpha Phi Omega was founded in 1925 at Lafa ettc College, Pa., and has grown to 204 chapters covering all sections of the United States. Delta Beta chapter was organized on this campus in 1942 with 27 charter mem- bers. The chapter was inactive during the war but re- activated in 1946 with ten members. Of the more than 400 greek letter organizations Alpha Phi Omega is unique. It is the only fraternity devoted essentially to ser ice. As such Alpha Phi Omega includes in its membership professional, social and honorary frat- ernity members as well as many independents. The year ' s projects of service to the student bod) in- clude: supervision of the booth and tabulation of the votes of student elections; supervision of the central " lost and found " office in the Union; information booths dur- ing freshman orientation week and registratition and tab- ulation of results for the Inter-Scholastic meet. Projects in the field of service to youth include: active leadership in local Scout troops ; supervision of the mens swimming pool for the Cubs and Boy Scouts in the area and an Eagle team which has presented the Eagle badge to five .scouts in special ceremonies over the state. In the field of community service projects include the UOOC contest for the March of Dimes and helping supervise the Bo Scout circus. Delta Beta chapter of Alpha Phi Omega also serves as an emergenc - corps for all disa.sters as the 1949 tornado and the B.O.Q. fire. The chapter considers Itself subject to call at any tune. Page 355 First Row, left to right: T. S. Dodson, Robert G. Smith, Loren W. Plunimer, Jr., Leslie C;. Hudson, J. C. Vester. Second Roil-: T. K. Davis F. Lowell Jackson, George H. Benning, R. Dian Walker, Doyle H. Crews, Dr. Robert A. Hardin, Stanley E. Sweet, L. E. Dietrich, Reginald C. Bowers. Third Row: Jack W. Byler, M. L. Maurer, Charles E. Winters, James J. Reed, Carl Hinchey, Clayton Worden, Starlin L. Powell, Hovt N. Sandlin, John H. Killingsworth. Fourth Row: Deltcr B. Wiseman, " W. Joe Safford, V. R. Swarts, H. H. Anderson, R. W. Keck, Bill Newton, Louis O. CJould, Robert W. Hibdon, James H. Jones, Bill E. Clark. Fifth Row: C. W. Bumgarner, J. R. Coffey, F. C. Snyder, J. B. Troxel, Billy G. West, Don B. Kelso, John Rylc, Roy A. Kirkpatrick, Adolph Feil, Omer Smart. OFFICERS Doyle Crews Raymond W. lker George Bexxing Dr. Robert A. Hardin President Vice-President Secretary-Treasurer Faculty Spon.sor The University ot Oklahoma Chapter of the Industrial Arts Club was formed in the fall of 1948 and received its charter in November of the saine year. It is affiliated with both the State and National Industrial Arts Asso- ciations. The purpose of the Industrial Arts Club is to provide for closer fellowship among the students in this major. Kligibility requires a student to be an Industrial Arts major and be regularly enrolled in Industrial Education courses at this University. Non-majors may become hon- orary and associate members with the consent of the executive board. The club has many activities which are carried out during the school year. Some of these activities are: par- ticipation in the annual University of Oklahoma Home- coming parade (third place in Independent Organiza- tions class) ; participation in the annual Umversity of Oklahoma " Open House " and, in the spring, jiictncs an l movies are sponsored b the club for the facult ' , club members, and their wives and children. 1 he chapter also had a " bang-up " baseball team. The regular monthly meeting is held the second Wed- nesday of each month. During the year the club had such speakers as Dr. John Rackley, dean of the College of Education; L. ' . Hallard, state superintendent of vo- cational education; Dr. (Jarold Holstine, director of the University School; Dr. Chester Swanson, deputy sup- erintendent of Oklahoma City Schools; DcAN ' itt Hunt, A M College, Stillwater; and (lerald Baysinger, as- sistant professor of Industrial Education at AVayne Uni- versity, Detroit, .Michigan. Besides the regular monthly meetings, special meetings were called during the sem- ester at which " Educational Films " are shown. At these special meetings not only club members are present bur their wives and children also. iiiisiiiu IRIS cm Page 356 First Roiv, left lo right: Melton R. Hahn, Mrs. Melton R. Hahn, Dr. Stephen Scatori, Maria Elena Rosas, Ahmad Kianponr, Mrs. J. R. Henshaw, Dr. J. R. Henshaw. SiuonJ Roiu: BilKir Izzet, Thomas G. Shanos, Manii C ' haniiaria, Mrs. Fali Spencer, Fali Spencer, June Sager, Bill Manning, Angelica Marcos, James Vaughan, Jean Wimbish. TliirJ Roii-: Madhu Thaker, Willie Cole, Mitat Y. Tolgay, Turan Gonulluler, Adnan I ' nseren, Zuhtu Oral, Rene Najera, Marjorie M. McKaig. Fourth Rmc: Reita Lynieks, Umberto Reinthaul, Zigs S. Zarins, Uno Veideman, Ahmet Y. Iplicki, Wesley Meacham, P. D. Desai, Mariona E. Lamkin, Ching C. Tsao. OFFICERS Ahmad Kiaxpol r Pre.sident Wesley MEACHAiki Vice-President Jimmy Vaughn Secretary Pratapras Desai Treasurer June Sager Publicity Chairman MlTHAT " W ToLGAV Radio Chairman Through the OU International Club students from Europe, Asia, and the two Americas meet in friendship to discuss the problems and customs of their various coun- tries, and to enjoy college life. It was through the help and encouragement of Dr. W. A. Willibrand, professor of modern languages, that the club came into being. In the fall of 1947, foreign American students met to or- ganize such a club as is found acrcss the nation in inii- versities which sincerely wish to promote international lui- derstanding. Julius Gudmundson, Iceland, was elected president of the group which organized the club, and Dr. Willibrand was chosen club sponsor. In January, 1948, Tuyo Eidelman, Peru, became presi- dent of the organization. He was succeeded by Bing Q. Yee, China; Fali Spencer, India and Ahmad Kainpour, Iran, who is now serving his third term as president. Pre- sent sponsors arc Milton R. Hahn, instructor in modern languages, and Dr. J. R. Hinshaw, staff physician, stu- dent health service. Dr. Stephen Scatori, Miss Burnette Shanklin, Mr. Spencer, and Mr. Yee serve on the com- mittee formed to set up an International Club scholarship fund for foreign students in need of financial aid. The International Club has held various functions such as all-University open houses, club dances, cultural trips to the state capitol, and numerous round table discussions. Club members have made personal appearances and radio speeches. The Club has a regular Saturday afternoon program on station WNAD. The newest feature is a weekly coffee hour and discussion of current affairs. These talks are part of the program to create a better under- standing among all nations represented at the University of Oklahoma. Page 357 First Rou-, left to right: Sally Mathews, (Jlnria Yctman, Patty Cullen, Bettye Sizemore, Ocirmhy Trut-N, Dnris C.ihen. S.ionU Rinn: Marilyn Walters, Barbara Casteel, Agnes Dorse, Mary S. Butler, Carolyn Jones, Marilynn Keller, Sabina Ambrister, Anna C. Anthis. Third Roiv: Joann Buckstatf, Beryl Seabrook, Bernadine Horwitz, Ann Williams, Martha C. Den Adel, Nancy Puryear, Virginia L. Johnson, Milly Wilson. Fourth Rovj: Dorothye Cohen, Helen Hedley, Jo Anne Deardiirf, CJreta Dean, Gerric Throgmorton, Frances McMillin, Dorothy Darrough, Mary J. Stahl. OFFICERS Bettye Sizemore Jo Jane Ware Sally Mathews Glorl Yetman Patty Clllen Dorothy Truex President ' ice- President Secretary Treasurer -Hellenic Advisor Sponsor The Junior Pan-Hellenic Association was formed in 1944. The purpose of this association is to train the pledges in Pan-Hellenic work and enable them to learn about the University of Oklahoma sororities as a whole. Junior Pan-Hellenic aided the Pan-Hellenic Associa- tion by conducting and revising the rush survey from a rushee ' s point of view. The members also suggested some revisions that they felt were necessar ' for the improve- ment of the blind dating procedure. This year, the pledges helped to publicize and sell tickets to the I.F.C — Pan- Hellenic dance. As a substitute tor the sororit) coteries held in previous years, this dance was planned to raise money for both the March of Dimes and the Red Cross drives. The association provided the entertainment for the Junior Inter-fraternity Council dance, too. The fresh- men members of [unior i ' an-Hcilcnic .iIm) ma Ic rcconi- ineiulations to the aiiniinistration and to Pan-Hellenic about the difficulties encountered in the correlation of sororit) and dornuror), life. J ' .ach sororit) represented served as for one of the bi-monthly meetings of the Jum ' or Pan- Hellenic As- .sociation. V ' oting members of the association consist of each sorority pledge president, a regular representative or her alternate from each sorority. All pledges are mem- bers of Junior Pan-Hellenic, and as such, are urged to attend as nian meetii ' gs as po.ssible. Their capacity, however, is one of a non-voting representative. The of- fices of president, ice-president, secretary and treasurer are ser ed h the pledge presidents of all the sororities in the order in which rhe were founded on the I niversity of Oklahoma cani|)us. [ Page 358 First Ro ' u;, left to right: Styrun Ooiithit, Miltrm Lairil, Maurice Bergcr, Turn Allcs, Chuck (jillcspic, Sperry Zerva , Harulci Chairu-s. Second Roic: Jim Newmycr, Howard F. Stone, Tommy Hartrnan, Ted Dalie, Charles S. Kopp, Joe W. McBride, Jim Robertson, Joe Burke, Bill Emery, Tliini Roic: Tom Brett, Don Dhonau, Jim Snow, Jerry Himes, Charles Fidler, Dee Simmons, Jim Hendrick, John Thompson. Fourtli Roil-: Jim Duckett, Jim Bennett, Bill Kendall, Corky Bishop, Mickey McGee, Morton Adels, Bud Franklin, (Jeorge Hauger, Charles Scherle, Duane Wilson. OFFICERS Tom Alley President Louis Levy Vice-President Chuck Gillespie Secretary M.AURICE Rergek Treasurer The Junior Inter-Fraternity Council, now in its second year on campus, serves as the voice of the pledge classes of the twenty-four campus social fraternities. It strives to promote better understanding between the various plcilj;; ' classes and the active chapters. The or ian zation ' s sec- ondary aim is to get the pledges better acquainted with each other, the campus, and the fratermty world. The Council is composed of the president and one elect- ed representative from the pledge class of each national social fraternit on campus. The group is guided by an executive committee which includes the president, v:cj- president, secretary, and the treasurer. All the actions of the Junior Inter-Fraternity Council are subject to the approval of the Inter-Fraterinty Cou:i- cil. Ihe coiuicd makes recommendations to the 1 1 ' C on suc ' i matters as ways to improve the rush program. A comprehensive surve of pledge stud conditions was completed this ear and the results, as well as suggestions on how study conditions might be improved, were sent to each fraternity. An all pledge dance is sponsored each ear b the cotni- cil to help get all campus pledges better acquainted. The money r.u ' sed by the ticket sales for this dance is used to cair on the organizations activities. The success and the increasing importance of the Jun- ior Inter-Fraternity Council has been largely due to t!ie guidance and close cooperation of the Inter-Fraternity Coinicil. Through the powers that the IFC has dele- gated to it, the Junior Inter-Fraternity Council has be- come an important part of pledge life. JR, linn-FiiAniiin tmicii Page 359 First Roil-, Irft to right: Richard R. Rook, Richard L. Mayes, Ellis G. Gibson, Georfje D. Curphey, Roger E. Pitt. Second Rotv: Kellenc Johnson, Barbara Ciunning, Lee Stafford, Jr., Dennis Crites, John Musser, Jack Springer, James Hightill. Third Roiv: Larry Barker, Dale Turner, Norma L. Jabara, Betty M. Teakell, Virginia L. Bowers, Alice Steedman, Streeter B. Flynn, Jr., Mary Stevens, Bob Parsons, Keith L. Schroeder. Fourth Roiv: William F. Rodgers, Stanley F. Hopper, C. B. Cameron, Shirley Stewart, Ernest Taton, Winfred T. Jordan, Edward F. Briggs, Paul O. Morrison, Jr. Fifth Roiv: Kenneth C. Stone, Robert K. Price, Edsel J. Davis, George W. Morris, John L. Graves, Jr., Harvey Caren, Lewis Hope, Tom Kelly, Noel Q. Martin, Marion C. Phillips, Henry J. Moehlmann. Sixth Row: Mitchell R. Baker, Lloyd R. Leveridge, Kenneth N. Jordan, Louis V. Schlaepfer, Ben Pearson, Dick Hunter, Clyde Koch, Charles W. Knott, Billv M. M ' right, Cye A. Kahanek, Archie L, Patrick. Seventh Roiv: Allen L. Schwartzman, J. E. Gunning, CJene T. Dare, Joel P. Kuschner, Gerald S. Parks, Tom W. Goodwin, Larry J. Norris, O. A. Sparks, Jr., Milton J. McCuUough, James M. Wright. OFFICERS John Musser President Lee Stafford Vice-President Barb. ' ra Gunning Secretary Kellene Johnson Treasurer James Highfill Program Director Jack Springer Publicity Director The OU Student Chapter of the American Marketing Association was organized on February 7, 1949, under the direction of Professor John E. Mertes, who is now adviser for student marketing clubs for the .southwestern area. It is one of several student chapters in iuii ersities throughout the United States which are affiliated with the American Marketing Association, a national professional organization, for the purpose of advancement of science in marketing. The idea for student marketing clubs began to take shape early in 1948 and since that time thirty-two clubs have been organized with over 1,.S00 students participat- ing. Members are selected on the basis of interest and participation in marketing activities. Dennis Crites spon- ,sors the present OU membership of eighty students. The club meets semi-monthly to hear and participate in programs on subjects of interest to marketing majors and to become better acquainted with other marketing students. The programs have included top men in mar- keting as speakers, the stiufy of current literature, film forums, and panel di.scussions. The principal event of the year is the annual Sales Conference in which members of the Sales E.xecutive Club of Oklahoma City present talks and films on such topics as hiring, training, .supervising men, sales distribution, advertising, principles of .selling, ami functions of the sales executive. At tliis c ent as well as other club pre- sentations students are given an opportunity to meet and discuss current marketing problems with succe.ssful busi- ness men. Page 360 First Row, left to right: Eleanor Erickson, Mary E. Salter, Sara J. Landsaw, Bessie S. Brown, Mary A. Bridal. Second Roiv: Mary A. Sullivan, Dot Nance, Betty Oakes Pat Stath, Bonnie Ely. Third Row: Lydia D. Haig, Rose M. Pratt, Maurine Bowling, Dorothy Truex, Dr. Dora McFarland, Alma Thompson. OFFICERS Bessie S. Brown President Mary J. Howe Vice-President Sara J. Landsaw .... Corresponding Secretary Mary E. Salter Recording Secretary Eleanor Erickson Treasurer Mary A. Bridal Historian Mortar Board is a national honor society for senior women and is the only all-coed organization recognized by the Association for College Honor Societies. Its mem- bers are elected by unanimous vote of the active chapter from junior women who have been outstanding in schol- arship, leadership and service to the University. The for- mal tapping ceremony is held in the classrooms in the spring with the Mortar Board members attired in tradi- tional black caps and gowns. To be tapped by Mortar Board is one of the highest honors a woman can receive on the OU campus; it is recognition of superior scholar- ship and participation and leadership in outstanding cam- pus organizations. The purpose of Mortar Board is to promote college loyalty, to advance the spirit of service and fellowship among university women, to maintain a high standard of scholarship, to recognize and encourage leadership, and to stimulate and develop a finer type of college women. Owl and Triangle, the OU chapter, is one of seventy- eight in the national organization. National Mortar Board was formed February 16, 1918, in Syracuse, New " ' orlc. Owl and Triangle was granted a charter February 7, 1925. Among the Mortar Board ' s activities is the annual Mortar Board Walkout, which is held in the fall as part of All University Orientation Program. At this time, the officers and spon.sors of Mortar Board are introduced, the ten outstanding freshmen women are presented scrolls, and the .scholarship cups are awarded to the organized houses with the highest average for the preceding semester. In the spring Mortar Board gives the " Smarty Party " honoring those women who have grades of " B or Better " , and present scholarship scrolls to ten sophomore women. Sponsors are Miss Dorothy Truex, Dr. Dora McFar- land, Miss Lydia Haag, and Miss Maurine Bowling. Page 361 First Kotv, .■ In right: Glad. Price, Karliara Qiiiiic . Rcihbv J. OenMin, I.iicille BriatmaTi, Mary S. Young. S,;unJ Roix-: Marjoric Pratt, Wilda Griffin, Mouphida Hasscii, Catherine Lee, Mar J. Straw, Marv A. Sullivan, Frances M. Mines. TliirJ Roiv: Yvonne M. White, Marguerite Ebel, Jennie ' . Means, Joyce Brown, Patricia Irhy, Jan Coethals, Mildred Andreivs. OFFICERS RoBB - Joe Denson . Qlixcv lucii-le b(). tman . Yvonne White Mary Sunshine Young First Seriii ' ster President 1st Vice-President 2nd V ice- President Recording Secretary Corresponding Secretary Si ' i oiij Sfniester GuAD ' is Price Marjorie Pratt . . . . Mary Ann Sullivan Mouphida Hassen Jane Tirey Treasurer Historian Chaplain Warden Chorister Mil Phi Kpsilon is a national professional music sorority with honor requirements which was founded at the Met- ropolitan College of Music, Cincinnati, Ohio, oti Novem- ber 13, 1903. Its goals are to promote musicianship, schol- arship, and friendship among women music students throtighout the nation. The University of Oklahoma meets the requirements for a Mu Phi chapter, and the Mu Kappa chapter was founded on the campus in 1922. It is the oiiK active chapter in the state of Oklahoma; however, there are two very active alumnae chapters in Tulsa and in Oklahoma City. Through the formation of a local chapter of the National Professional Panhellenic, the two music sororities here became more closely united. Mu Phi Epsilon has approached the realization of its ideals through the raising of scholastic standards among music students. The sorority was the first to e.xpress the ideal of service to others through nuisic b - establisliing a national altruistic project. Mu Phi Epsilon lunctions as an organization which dedicates it.self to service — striv- ing constantly to develop within each girl the ability for discerning the needs of those around her. Membership elections are based upon scholarship, musicianship, char- acter, and personalit . To be initiated a student must have a grade average of H or better and have favorable faculty recommendations. Iiutiations take place from the sophomore through graduate classes with elections in the treshman year where desired. E.ich Near the neu ' music students are entertaineii by the sororitN at a reception and musicale. This year the aiuHial formal musicale was held in the spring semester. The national president ot .Mu Phi I ' psilon, Margarette W ' Ible W.ilkcr, was the sororitN ' s honored guest from NovemIxT 12 14. Page 362 First Roii-, lift to Keith, Bill W. K. OFFICERS William C. Lake President Don Meyer ' ice-President Winston Weathers Secretary Paul Mayes Treasurer The Pe-et Society was rounded April 10, 1910, by a group of ten members of the class of 1910 in order to recognize the ten top-ranking junior men each ear and is the oldest honorary organization on the campus. These men founded Pe-et with the idea of starting a local hoti- orary society somewhat different from the ordinary honor- ary organization in that scholarship would be only one of the points considered in choosing the members and also in that the membership was to be drawn from all the schools in the University. Pe-et is the only all-university senior men ' s honorary organization on the campus, and, as its membership is limited to ten members, it is one of the most exclusive organizations on the campus. The purposes of Pe-et are to recognize the highest ability in scholarship, leadership, worthwhile student ac- tivities, and original work among the men at the Univer- sity and the banding together of these men for, educational, and social purposes. Election to Pe-et is on the point s steni, and is on a strictly non-jwlitical basis. Four fields of attainment are recognized: University honors, student honors, athletic honors, and scholastic honors. One of the major activities of this organization is de- signed to stimulate interest in scholarship and leadership among the members of the freshman class. This is the presentation of the Pe-et Freshman Award. F!ach year at the annual Freshman convocation the President of the University presents to the most outstanding freshman man of the preceding year, an a ard designed to recognize this achievement. Membership in I ' e-et is an honor to be cherished by any student and will have a great influence on his life and career. The ten active members carry the spirit of Pe-et. PE-EI Page 363 First Roiv, left to right: Harry Moore, Dean Smith, Marcus Freiberger, Earl Thurman, Milton McCullough. Second Row: Don McClos- key, Dee Andros, John Canaris, Lynn Gilstrap, Harold Brighton, Walter Farr, Earl Jones. Third Roiv: Carl Schriener, R. C. Slocum, Darrell Roval, Andv Carv, Elvin Crowder, Kenneth Biggins. Fourth Roil-: Babe Dubanks, Merwin McConnell, Rav Burns, Don Leake, Bill Carroll, Jim Kirk, Guy Ewton, Jack Shirley. OFFICERS R. C. Slocvm President Norman McNabb Vice-President Bob Gregory Secretary Roy Burns Treasurer Jim Owens Athletic Council Member Darrell Royal .... Athletic Council Member Jerome " Shockv " Needy .... Faculty Advi.ser Any man who has won the " O " through collegiate athletics, and has been approved by the University Ath- letic Council is eligible for membership into the Varsit ' " O " Club. Upon approval by the members of the club the new lettermen are formall initiated at the beginning of each semester. The and objectives of the club are to advance and nourish a special spirit of regard for the " O " ; to bring all lettermen, both graduate and undergraduate into closer and more iiitimate relationship ; to foster a spirit of loyaltN in rlic hearts of those who uphold the athletic prestige of the Red and Vhite ; to promote in every proper and constructive way the athletic interests of the University of Oklahoma, among its students, fac- ult ' , alumni, and friends; to encourage scholarships; to de elop sportsmanship, both by example and precept ; to foster social activities ; to accomodate visiting sports teams ; to maintain, through mutual understanding of objectives, a more complete stai? ; to promote relations with high .school athletes ; to take an active interest in campus ac- tivities, and to orientate freshmen atheletes at the Uiiiver- sit (if ( )khduinia. iin n CiiB Page 364 First Row, left to right: Stanley West, Robert Bodenhamer, Gus Hendricks, Wayne Glasgow, Jack Hughes. Second Row: Bob (Jregory, Jerry Driehorst, Louis Neuner, Gene Williams, Charles York, Ray Morgosh, Richard Land. Third Row: Jim Terrell, Leonard Marcotte, Kenneth Parker, Travis Wiginton, Bill Jacobs, Bob Stephenson, Abe Ross. Fourth Row: L D. Simpson, Wade Walker, Leon Manley, Graydon Sheen, Ken Tipps, Charles Dowell, Charles Cunningham. With these purposes and objectives actively suported the Varsity " O " Club feels that it is a powerful resource which should be utilized for the future welfare of the University. Meetings are held monthly where routine business mat- ters are decided upon and a program is presented. These program s usually consist of giiest speakers chosen from the faculty and from outstanding sports figures. O. D. Roberts, Counselor of Men, was guest speaker during the annual freshman orientation meeting. When the program is for entertainment only the club calls upon campus tal- ent. Outstanding entertainers this year were the Theta Xi Quartet, Ruth Ann Clark and guitar, and The New Yorkers. This year the club has held all of its meetings in the Jefferson House Cafeteria, but with the completion of the Stadium the " O " Club will have found a new home. Plans for a lounge and a meeting room will provide spa- cious and ideally suited facilities. This improvement will add dignity and prestige to our organization and will provde a place for past and present wearers of the " O " to meet and talk over old times. Thanks for this facility is due largely to the efforts of Coach Charles " Bud " Vil- kinson through his position as AtRletic Director he was instrumental in our gain. After gaining the support and interest of the under- graduate lettermen the club cast its influence into the alumni field. The project of locating the many " O " men who have graduated from the University and for whom no present address is on record has been a big job, but at last the ball has started rolling and is gaining momen- tum continually. The " O " Club realizes that through its alumni is the best possible way to sell the prospective students on the many advantages that the University of Oklahoma has to ofifer them in terms of educational, cul- tural, social, and athletic opportunities. Through care- ful planning the " O " Club hopes to insure that every potential college student in the State of Oklahoma hears the gospel of the University of Oklahoma. The X ' arsity " O " is planning big and thinking big. It plans to pull its share of the load in the further develop- ment of a well-rounded athletic and educational program. The words of a great philosopher have become the motto of the club: " By their deeds ye shall know them, words go for nothing everywhere. " Page 365 I ' lrsl Roil. Iitl ' nfflil: Mtrrcll P. Kii , Pifurrl Hum!. William O. Shtphrrd, Charlie- Hoover. Boh Kiekl, A. T. Stair, J r., Jamr- 1. Miller. |r., Lee R. Ve t, Patrick D. Kenan, lack Warhurst, James A. Wilson, John D. Wilson, Kenneth ( I. Adkins. Simnd Roii-: .Mahr C. Blaylock, John L. Tcrneus, David Ziriimerrnan, Hoh Monnich, Herb Oakes, M, L. Wardell, . ' . Horniing, L. N. Morgan, Bill Hall, Edwin F. Alder, William E. Karnes, John H. Cardner. TliirJ Rniv: Sam Attehurv, Dean Kiiirtin, William Humphreys, Edward J. Hinman, Donald H. Sobocinski, Cecil Chamhcrlin, I ( derick H. Johnson, Jr., ( eorKc N. lladdad, Jr., I.. Harold Shrewsbury, II, A. Haeworth Robertson, Richard P. Bland, Don Lane, William R. Holdeii, Dick Rcid, Jim Hutson, Richard H. Davis, Harold Low rev. Bill Kendall, Art Swanson, Rov Sullivan. Fourth Roxi- ' illiam Paul, William E. Martin, Earl D. Kanaly, Harlow Daron, Fred R. Harris. Stuart I. Marcus, Ccne Koretz, Jerrv Lemon, Mark A. Milton, James I. McPherson, Robert M. Collins, Owen CJarriott, Dorris J. Rhea, .Marvin L. Chatkoff, Harold E. C.aspar, William D. Power. ( Ro ii-: Herbert Costner, Alan T. Nichols, Richard A. CJibson, Frank V. Simpson, David S. Tackett, Dexter C. Eldridge, (korge E. Cobb, EhvMi E. Brooks, Jack Hood, Wyiiell T. Massey, Robert V. Smiley. Charles Blackburn, Charles Reich. OFFICKRS J.AMES I. Miller . WlLLI.A.M (]. P. l L EdW.ARD J. HiN.M.W Cecil R. Ch.amherlix RicH.ARD W. Denner Robert M. Collins . M. L. Wardell Pifsidt-nt Nice-President Secretary Treasurer Senior Adviser Historian Facult Adviser Phi Kta Sigma is a freshman men ' s schohuship frat- ernity, organized at the University of Illinois on Ma. 22, 1923. by Dean Thomas Arkle Clark, Dean K. C. Babcock and Dean C. M. Thompson of the Colleges of Commerce and Sciences. Dean Thompson, the (irand President, is the only living founder. The chapter at the University of Oklahoma was the fourth to be established, April 12, 1927. The fraternity, which now ha-; se entv-onc chapters, became national May 11, 192 i. The idea which led to the promotion of such an organ- ization was that of providing suitable recognition for academically outstanding freshmen. The benefits (leri eil from Phi Eta Sigma are many more than found in recognition for high .scholarship, it may be stated, how- ever, that many freshmen have accomplished more b wa In scliolarship in their freshman ear because of the wi- cejitive to become members of the organization. lo become a member of Phi Kta Sigma a freshman man must carr at least twelve semester hours in which he makes a . . average or thirteen or more hours in which he makes a 2.S average or better. If a freshman does not attain the grade average in his first semester ' s resi- (leruf he has the oppcutunitv or raising his grade average in tile second semester. It over the entire freshman year a grade average of 2.5 or better is attained he is entitled to membership. Those eligible for membership in Phi 1 ta Sigma are an average of three to live per cent of the trcshmen men. I " his marks the member as one of high- ranking scholarship. Pii m m Page 3bb I II si Ror ; Iffl In righl: Sam Dcnnivm, lack Irwin, llniKht Dvtr, Franklin Williams, John V. Dunn, Knii Hoi.the, lack s,,„„, Row: Leonard McCann, John Simons, Ralph Raulston, Cliff Clark, Bill Porter, Leon Bevcrs. ThirJ Rifii- Bill Wright, SterliiiK Khcl, Cilenn Kezer, Fred Holmes, Roger Tarman, Ben Abercrombie, Dan Haves, Linn (leyer. OFFICERS Sam Dexnison President Keith Wallin ' gford V ice-President Robert Jacques Secretary Linn Geyer Treasurer Jack. Irwin Warden Robert Ross National Coutuilman Phi Mu Alpha Sintonia, national lionorar) and pro- fessional music fraternity, was born October 6, 1898, at the New England Conservatory of Music at Boston, Massachusetts. Mu Chapter at O.U. was organized Jan- uary 14, 1912. The members of Phi Mu Alpha have been active promoting music in the southwest ever since. Sin- fonians work hard keeping a healthy scholarship fund going which allows some outstanding music student a free yaer of applied music. The officers for this year were Sam Dennison, president ; Keith Wallingford, vice-president ; Robert Jaques, .secretary; Linn (ieyer, treasurer; Jack Irwin, •arden ; and by notable acclamation, Robert Ross, national councilman. Mu chapter was host this year for the annual Province Convention December 3, the day of the tragedy at South Campus. Mr. John Dunn was the mainspring of the con- vention and the members of all the chapters present pooled their efforts to make it one of the memorable events of the year. Glen Kezer made " Who ' s Who in American Colleges " this semester by doing outstanding work not only in music, but in the German language field as well. Jack Rose and Dan Hayes won fame in the Intramural Sports this fall by walking off with top honors in the horseshoe tournament. On the more directh- musical side, each month our chapter presents a radio broadcast over station W.N.AD and each semester an All-American program is pre.sented. This All-American program is designed to bring notable works by American composers to the southwest. Many works by music students at O.U. are presented for the lirst rime on this program. Page 367 First Row, lift to nglit: Walter C. Brown, Don A. Gorsline, Rose M. Pratt, Arthur Bernhart. Si-tonJ Row: William C. Lake, Eliza- beth Suffill, E. Howard Hill, Dr. N. A. Court, Neldagae Smith. Third Row: Otis S. Spears, Harold G. Shaklee, Frank B. Meek, Charles S. Williams, Maurice L. Lawson. Fourth Row: Dr. Dora McFarland, R. D. Dorsett, C. J. Pipes, Dr. W. N. Huff, Dr. J. (). Hassler, Gene Levy, D. W. Dubois. Fifth Row: R. C. Dragoo, Dr. C. E. Springer, R. B. Deal, Dr. C. W. Berenda, Balfour S. Whitney, Peter W. John, L. D. Gregory. .V;,v ; Row: Dewey McKnelly, Dr John C. Brixey, Dr. R. V. Andree, J. E. LaFon, H. V. Huneke, F. O. Grogan, E. V. Greer. OFFICERS Don Gorslin ' e Director Walter C. Brown ' ice-Director Rose M. Pratt Secretary-Treasurer Dr. Dor.- McF.arland . . Corresponding Secretary Dr. Arthcr Bernhart Sponsor The Alpha of Oklahoma Chapter of the Pi Mu Epsilon Fraternity was granted a charter on the twenty-fifth day of May, 1929. This national mathematical fraternity had been founded at Syracuse University on May 25, 1914, for the purpose of promoting mathematics and scholarship. Membership is offered to those most qualified to pre- serve high mathematical standards and to spread the schol- arly spirit and academic ideals of the fraternity as evi- denced by their general scholarship and their interest in mathematics f i ' r sc rather than as a requirement for a degree. Activities of the chapter include nionthU meetings, featuring talks on aspects of mathematics, ranging from history development and theory, to applications in allied fields. Speakers include student members as well as fac- ulty representatives from various schools and departments. Lach year it has been the ciistoni ot the chapter to sponsor a mathematical contest involving topics up to and including the calculus. This contest is open to all Uni- versity students classified as juniors and below. Prizes are av ' arded and the presentations made at the annual spring banquet. Among the charter members, who were also memb;-rs of the Mu Alpha Theta Mathematics Club which was the foreruiHier of the present chapter of the Pi Mu Epsi- lon Fraternity here at the Uiu ' versity of (Oklahoma are: Dr. S. V. Reaves, dean emeritus of the College of Arts and Sciences; Dr. E. D. Meacham, present dean of the College of Arts and Sciences, and the following members of the Department of Mathematics: Dr. J. O. Hassler, Dr. Dora McFarlatul, Dr. N. A. Court, Dr. John Bnxev, j. E. I.aEon. ami R. D. Dorsett. Page 368 First Ro w: left to right: Bob Gilkeson, Pep Johnson, Bill Harrah, Darrell Warren, Dean Knitlin Faulk, nanny Clemmons, " Doc " Reid, Jack Stuart. ThirJ Roii-: Dick Frcelinsj, Bill Wise. Tom Re Holds Kendall OFFICERS ' Doc " Reid Business Manager The Ramblers, a leading band on the Oklahoma Uni- versity campus since 1923, is proud to be one of the tradi- tions of the University. Perhaps the oldest organization of its kind in the world, the Ramblers has changed a great deal ith the advent of dixieland, swing, and be- bop. However, the desire and ability to play the best in music and please the dancers has remained the same for a quarter of a century. Each spring, the finest musicians are auditioned to re- place graduates. It ' s a competitive process, and as a result, the orchestra is composed of the highest type of profes- sional musicians, backed by long experience. Long and arduous rehearsals insure beautifully accurate and pre- cise section-work, and coordinates the three sections, en- abling them to blend into the kind of music which pleases the dancer and listner alike. One by one, orchestrations from the pens of some of the best arrangers in this coun- try are polished to perfection, and the Ramblers band is once more ready to make whatever dance the play a suc- cessful one. The 27th year was made possible by : Tommy Reynolds, leader, unsurpassed as a pianist and who proved to be a wonderful vocalist; Bill Wise, drums, responsible for the .solid, danceable beat; Dick Freeling, bass, formerly with Bobby Sherwood and one of the best in his field ; Danny demons, leader-elect for the fall semester, fine lead trum- pet and featured on the sweet-solos; Kendall Faulk, trum- pet, featured on the hot solos; " Doc " Reid, business man- ager and fine second trumpet ; Jack Stuart, trombone, backgroiuul in symphonic as well as dance music; Bill Hara, lead alto sax; " Pep " John.son, alto sax and blues singer; Bob Gilkerson, tenor sax; Darrell Warren, tenor sa.x ; Dean Kniffeii, baritone sax. Page 369 ' W5 T w tfT «Biii_i First Rov:, left to right: Ellis Jeter, David Johnston, Jerry Dick, Hart Abright, Glenn Allen, Joe E. Talkington, Bruce Flippen, Don Miskouskv, Fred Huntington. Second Rov.-. Robert L. Shaw, Albert J. Broun, Jack B. Leavitt, Joe R. Ross, Don C. Oden, Pat Ward, Noble B. Miller, Ralph E. Hill, Bob Sc hreiber, Bob Buford, Donald Cohen. Third Rotr: Herman Smith, Bob Smith, John Smith, Bruce A. Armstrong, Allan Neustadt, David Sellers, Dick Finkelstein, Bill Farris, Jim Bagley, Ed Fancher, Jim White, Tom Miller, Joe Warzvn. Fourth Roiv: Randolph Saner, Dan Fioroni, CJerald Deadmon, Lyman Hayes, Bill Schackelford, Donald C. White, William C. Majors, Jim Robertson, Jack Rogers, Henry Bozeman, Ray Feiock, Carl Deffner, Alan Calkin. Fifth Roil-: Joe W. McBride, Sanford Greenberg, Ross Hutchins, Tom J. LaBenske, Connie Couch, Douglas Mayberry, Morton (). Heinrich, John (). Laflin, Cliff Norris, Bill Whitney, Bill Lubbers, Bob Sampson, W. J. Ewalt. Sixth Ro ' w: Hugh ' Bagiey, Edmund R. Kirkland, J. Harvey Roper, Clifford Murphey, Floyd Heinzig, Raymond James, B. J. CJary, Dow McCarty, Bob Duncan, Jim Swope, Douglas Jester, Warren Andrews, Johnnv Walker, Jack Brooks. Seventh Row: Marvin McNatt, Ralph Scroggins, Wayne X ' aneil, Bob Hudgens, Bernard D. (irooms, Patrick D. Cavanaugh, Keith W. McClellan, Donald A. Wise, Edwin G. Miller, Willard F. McCracken, Edward X. Myers, Don Welch, Ralph Solomon, Jim Williams, Roger Hickok. OFFICERS Bob Miller President Don Oden ' ice- President Ralph Hill Secretary Joe Ross Treasurer Jack Leavitt Social Chairman Rob Schreiber Sergeant-at-Arnis The Rut-N ' ek.s, Oklahoma ' s oldest pep organization, was founded in 1915. At a spectacular basketball game a group of former lettermen saw the need for a pep f)r- ganization on the campus and founded the present group. The primary purpose of the group is to foster school spirit of the entire student body. Since nuniorial game the bright red shirts and white trousers have re- mained the leaders in the spontaneous outbursts of Sooner loyalty and enthusiasm. ' l " hc club progressed rapidK until World War II, when most of the members Kit rlu- University. In 1046 a group of loyal men returned m the campus and re-activatcd the present chdi. The club has been the instrumental frame work for pep rallies. Before each rally, the traditional " snake dance " to all organized houses on the campus leads the students to the bonfire or the staduim for a display of Sooner loyalty. At each game the colorful club formed an arc of pad- dles to welcome the team on the field. Before the game rile members and pledges were found decorating the sta- dium goal posts and making ready the card section. Be- fore the homecoming game, the Ruf-N ' eks decorated every lamp post in the vicinity of the campus with red and white streamers. This has been the most active year since the w.ii. The club wirit all-out in supporting " Big-Red " and loildwcd riicm on three out-of-state encounters. First to Dallas, w lure cftorts to claim goal posts as souvenirs were liaishh discouraged, then to Mis.souri, where the loot was more plentiful — the cross-bar was presented to President Cross, and finalU to the Sugar Bowl game, the high-light of the ear. UHin Page 370 First Roiv, left to right: Rosemary Whitaker, Marilyn J. Beck, Jean Kobs, Joan Glander, Kathryn Copple, Sue Davis, Kathlyn Roberts. Second Roiu: Miss Elaine Wise, Mary A. Roberts, Wilburta Oartwright, Jeanne Harrison, Pat Briscoe, Ellen McMahan, Miss Julia L. Herrmann. Third Ro w: Rosemary Thompson, Jeanne Broaddus, Caroline Robison, Helen Dodson. Fourth Row: Marilyn Kent, Jeanine Little, Jean Chalfant, Elsie Porter, Norma L. Adams, Ruth Black, Mary H. Poling, Camilla Duncan, Frances McCall. OFFICERS Jo.Ax Glaxder President Frances McCall V ' ice-President Jean Kobs Recording Secretary Sue Davis Corresponding Secretary Kathrvx Copple Treasurer Sigma Alpha Iota, international professional musical fraternity for women, was organized in 1903 by seven members of the School of Music at Ann Arbor, Michigan. Since theni 92 active college chapters and 50 alumnae chapters have been installed throughout the United States. Alpha Iota chapter was established at the University of Oklahoma on May 12, 1929. The president of Alpha Iota chapter is Joan Glander, who is a piano major under Keith Wallingford. Joan is also a member of the University Choir and Women ' s Trio, Miss Julia L. Herrmann and Miss Elaine Wise are faculty advisers of Alpha Iota Chapter. Members are urged to develop their abilities in com- position performance and teaching. To be eligible for membership a woman student must be a music major oi ' minor, have faculty recommendations, have a two point grade average, unanimous chapter approval, and show out- standing ability in scholarship and musical accomplish- ment. Throughout its existence, Sigma Alpha Iota has up- held and carried its high standards and aims: (a) to form representative women who shall be their influence and their musical interests uphold the highest ideals of a musi- cal education, ( b ) to raise the standard of productive musical work among women students of colleges, con- servatories, and universities, (c) to further the develop- ment of music in America and assist in the development of a stronger bond of musical interest between foreign coun- tries and America, (d) to give moral and material aid to its members, (e) to promote and dignify the musical professions, and (f) to develop loyalt to the alma mater. SIGMA llPHl mil Page 371 First Roiu, left to right: James T. Stringfield, Joseph H. Jones, Jr., Philip P. Chandler, Realto P. Clinton, Bob Lang, Paul Hull, Dan Kozak. Second Row: William M. Walton, Jr., Lvman N. Hayes, Edward W. Orton, Max R. Hindes, G. T. Higginbotham, R. C. Millspaugh, George E. Walter, G. A. Foltz, Glenn H. Buck, J. L. Williford. Third Roii. ' : Clvde G. Beckwith, In, Charles C. Woodruff, Harry A. Larsh, Joseph A. McElroy, Roy B. Dannenlierg, Henry G. McKaskle, Ora C. Collins, Jr., James R. Teel, H. L. Tircy, Jr., Hugh E. Ledbetter. Fourth Rati-: Jerome A. Lewis, William E. Bancroft, Gene Van Dyke, Eugene F. Herbeck, Kirby D. Schenck, James F. Bollman, Harcjld M. Seeley, A. G. Siemens, Cullen R. Thompson, Neal G. Snebol ' d, Stewart A. Hoge. OFFICERS first Si iirstcr Robert C. L.axg, III . . . Bill J. B.all Re.alto p. Clinton- . . . . Phillip P. Ch.andler Joseph H. Jones . . . . S( I oii i Si iiiistir President E. P.arker Moslev President Vice-President Jerome M. Poll.ACK .... ' ice-President Secretary H. Carlton Holland Secretary Treasurer J.a.mes T. Stringfield Treasurer Pledgemaster P.ail W. Hull Pledj;eniaster This has been an eventful year for Gamma Chapter of Sigma Gamma Epsilon, the national earth sciences honor- ary fraternity. Since last year ' s Award ' s Banquet, the fraternity has been planning and executing another useful year. ' I ' hirt -three deser ing students survived tlie eliniin:i- tion period during the fall pledge season. They were in itiatcd at the tranditional sandstone outcrop and installed as new members. The highlight of the fail season was the National Con- vention of the fraternitx. Representatives from thirt - five schools from tiie entire United States were jireseiit. Since Oklahoma has the largest nicmiiershiii of any otlu-i ' school in the world, the chaptei ' sent live delegates to the convention. While tliere, Held trips were made thiou li the eastern Rockies. The fall i!iniuT-(l,-inic is a now a famous affair. It was given in honor of the new members and more than one hundred per.sons were present. The same number survived. At this writing, plans are pointing to the classic Awards Banquet to held in May. Every year this affair entertains hundreds of Sigma Gamma Epsilon members and their guests. This year, in keeping with tradition. Dr. James Boyd, head of the Uiu ' teil States Bureau of Mines is the tentative guest speaker. This is the occasion for the pre- sentation of such co eted prizes as the Sigma (iamma I ' psilon Award, the Brillhart Award, the AV. A. Tarr .Awaiil, am! the Oklaluinia Geological Sur e Aw aril. ( )tlu-r plans are in the offing: (laninia (. " haprer is luiw xsorking to publish an entire issue ot Thi ( nmpiiss. the national fraternit ' magazine. .A " job hunters guide " is being compiled and, in conjunction with other campus or- ganizations, a geology (ield trip is being planned for late spring. Page 372 FirsI Rail;, left tn rig il: Jim CoTirad, Bill Burkett, Jack Irvine, Sammie McCIninc, Linn Ge cr, Jr. Si ond Roiv: Dcjii Leavitt, John Baker, Melvin Clark, Fred Jackson, Dcjn Rogge. Tli ' irJ Row: Harry Bryant, Jack Huhhcll. OFFICERS Don K. Leavitt Jack. Hubeel Manager Treasurer The arsity Club — known as the sought after band on the campus, continues to gain friends and fans both on the campus and throughout this section of the country. It is easily recognized by its smooth melodic style for the band ' s arrangements are based on a type of music created by the late Glenn Miller. The fine clear voicing,- is amply illustrated by such Kliller tunes as " At Last, " " Adios, " and " Sleepy Time Gal. " The boys in the band are on the campus in the summer, long before anyone makes the trek back for the fall term. They are at work, rehearsing and holding try-outs for positions left by graduating members. The real work begins with hours of practice in poli.shing up the old fav- orites and getting many new arrangements ready to add to the book. After the last tune is polished, the boys then settle down to furnish the music for the best frater- nity and social engaments on the social calendar. ' I he solid rh thm section rocks along with Don Lea itt on the piano, Harry Bryant on bass, and Jack Hubbel playing the drums. The precision brass section is composed of Fred Jack- son first trumpet, Don Rogge second trumpet and doing the vocals, Mel Clark third trumpet, and John Baker, trombone. The reed section, five strong, is well known for their phrasing on such tunes as " Talk of the Town " . Making up the sax section are: Jack Irwin first alto, Sammy Mc- Lean sitting in for Sidney AVindham on third alto, James Conrad baritone sax, Linn Geyer second tenor and Bill Burkett fourth tenor. Some of the boys are graduating this spring but the band will be back next ear with another crew of musi- imsiii iiu Page 373 First Row, left tn right: Jean Brown, Jack D. Graves, Elaine Honell, Jim S. Downing, Wanda Burdick, Jnhn Bragg, Dean Ralph W. Clark. Second Rnit;: Walter L. Perrvman, Jimmie L. Pappan, W. E. Burch, Thomas G. Shanos, Robert C. Scott, Jake Goodnight, Jr., Ann Brvant, Charles L. Jones. Tlur ' d Roiu: B. G. Wells, J. T. Sharp, R. M. Duren, G. D. Felty, Theo Red, James F. Barnes, Everetl D U...-. " V...U ,.A C,. m. ro- r r«„rW, Pn M- T oi.I t T UTl ' pr W inHIp nrViMmn,inn R vmnnH XlrCIoiip-h Mrs. MolK " TrGoui?h_ Colleen OFFICERS Jl.M S. DOWXING Jack D. Gr. ves . Mary Carroll Wanda Burdick. John D. Bragg Gen ' e Rlss Pre.siilent ' Secretary Treasurer Parliamentarian Sergeant-at-Arms The Oklahoma University Pharmaceutical Association, better known as O.U.Ph.A., was founded in the spring of 1934 by Dean D. B. R. Johnson and Dr. Ralph Bienfang. A group of students had started holding meetings twenty years previously to discuss problems for further under- standing among the students. At its inception the organ- ization had seventy-two charter members, and today the total membership is nearly one thousand. The organiza- tion has rapidly increased each year in size, and this year ' s enrollment is approximately five hundred. Brouglu into being largely through the efiforts of Galen, senior leadership society, O.U.Ph.A. is a large, general, ilemo- iratic organization, and has taken its place beside the school ' s professional fraternities and leadership and schol- arship societies. At this time O.U.Ph.A. has live .societies. Society of Re- search Pharmacists, Society of Prescription Pharmacisits, Society of Hospital Pharmacists, Society of Military Phar- macists, and Society of General Pharmacists. These so- cieties hold regular meetings to discuss topics of interest in the field. The members are presented periodical literature on topics of interest and thus can give direction to their special interests. ' I ' he foremost activity of O.l .Ph.A. is the one-day I, I PH, 1. Page 374 First Roiv, left to right: Ralph Beinfang, John B. Bruce, Lee R. Jones, Blanche Sommers, Marv Carroll, Gene Russ, Porter H. Stovall, George C. M. Koneval. Second Row: David E. Prater, Clifton L. Haves, William E. Dickerson, Paul F. Flovd, James S. Divine, Edwin L. McClung, Del Davis, Clifford A. Rogers. ThirJ Row: Gail D. Parsons, Beth Terrell, J. D. Mott, Bill Richev, Curtis Trent, Kenneth B. Hagan, Abraham Allen, Eugene A. Lynch, Vernon A. Green. Fourth Row: B. J. Bauer, Forrest Windham, Bruce Wright, Jr., Robert W. Geyer, Joe J. Irwin, Walter L. Edmison, Carl H. Askew, Mickey Merrill, John W. Rogers. Fifth Row: ' erdon R. CJraves, Tom A. Howell, Bob Lee Roden, Lewis Shue, George ' alent, James M. Ransom, William B. Mosier, William F. Bryant, Robert D. Crouch. Sixth Row: John Diaz, Robert L. Hargrove, Elmer J. Garrett, Shamblin Coleman, Darrell Robison, Joe Krapf, Roy W. Gilliland, Donald D. Self, Bob L. Maynard, C. M. Greenwood. practice convention. Only one time in sixteen years has it failed to hold one of these — the year 1945. The past convention, when the present officers were elected and the campaign connected with it, was one of the most spirited of all time. There were two slates of officers, the USP (Upstanding Student Pharmacists) sponsored by Phi Delta Chi and the Big Green sponsored by Kappa Psi. Campaign material including Burma Shave type signs on all sidewalks leading to the buildings and posters and photographs were found throughout the building. On convention day, campaigning reached its peak, with pickets outside the building, displaying the slates, handbills of all sorts, and music played the entire morning. It was a very heated election, and when the ballots were counted, the entire slate of officers for O.U.Ph.A., was elected from the USP party. Along with the election of officers, there was a selection of a " Miss Pharmacy " . Lovely Elaine Howell of Shreveport, La., was selected for this reigning position. She was spon.sored by Kappa Psi, and her pub- licity director was James S. Divine. The officers elected were announced at the convention that night, by Dean Paul ALicMinn, and Miss Pharmacy was crowned at the dance following. The meetings during the day are patterned after those given by local, state and national pharmaceutical organ- izations. The mornings were devoted to meetings of the five societies, at this time business meetings are held and papers of interest in the field are read. In the afternoon the general keynote address is given and the awards are presented. This year the keynote speaker was Walter Cousins, secretary of the State Board of Pharmacy of Texas, and Editor of the Southern Pharmaceutical Jour- nal, and his topic was " Pharmacy Is ' ' ou " . The objects of the organization which all ofHecrs en- deavor to uphold are: to promote good fellowship and co- operation among the students, to bring to the students extra-mural information and instruction, to prepare the student for future activity in pharmaceutical organiza- tions, to furnish entertainment; and to encourage self e. - pression and participation for the purpose of preparing the student to take an active part in the community. I I PL A Page 375 First Row, left to right: W. B. Mosier, D. D. Davis, G. D. Felty, William G. Bray, Gerald G. Morgan, Bob L. Maynard, Jack E. McDaniel. Second Ro w: Clyde M. Ballard, Gail D. Parsons, William F. Carney, Bill M. Hamra, Orville D. Bond, Clifton L. Hayes, Jack D. Graves, Eugene A. Lvnch. Third Row: Jake Goodnight, Jr., Frank P. Prater, Jimmie G. Powell, John R. Reid, ' illiam R. Harris, George A. Olson, William O. Ellifrit. Fourth Row: Earl L. O ' Neal, ' erdon R. Graves, Henry W. Phelps, John A Bragg, William L. Guthrie, Jim S. Downing, Theodore F. Red, Charles L. Jones. Glenn Felty Ger.ald Del Davis Jake Goodnight OFFICERS President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Phi Delta Chi is a national professional pharmacy frat- ernity, the object of which is to advance the .science of pharmacy and to foster and promote fraternal feelings and earnest cooperation between the members. In order to be eligible for pledgeship a student must he enrolled in the School of Pharmacy, have a C average and no failures. The fraternity was established at Ann Arbor, Michi- gan, in 1883, and now has nineteen active chapters, and eleven thousand living members. Rho chapter was char- tered at the University of Oklahoma in l ' M. making it one of the oldest professional fraternities on tin- campus. Loss of members during the war caused the chapter to become inactive in 1942, along with many other frater- nities. The credit for reactivation of Rlio Chapter in May, 1947, and its rapid progress since then must he gi en to Henry W. Phelps, 1947-48-49 president. Rho cha|iter has forty-five members. This includes two honoraiy members, AVilliam G. Ura ' , assistant professor of pharmacy, and Governor Roy J. Turner. Phi Delta Chi fraternity limits its chapters onlv to Colleges of Pharmacy holding membershi|i in the Ameri- can Association of Colleges of Pharmacx ' . Phi Delta Chi officers foi- the second semester are: Jake Goodnight, president; Chailes Jonis, ice-president ; Ciail Parsons, secretary; Ted Red, treasurer; John Gray, as- sistant treasurer; J. D. (lardner, prelate; Clifton Hayes, master at arms; Charles Higgerstagg, inner guard. Among its more prominent alumni graduates. Phi Delta Chi boasts: Dr. Lloyd Swearingen, Dr. F. Redding Hood, Oklahoma City pharmacists; Coinad Master.son, Okla- homa City pharmacist; Janus S. Downing, Norman pharmacist; and Harold Haile , .Amarillo, Texas, pharma- Page 376 WissPL ay m.aCi Elaine Howell, blue-e e(l and blonde, was ac- claimed Miss Pharmacy of 1949 b - her fellow- students in the Sc hool of Pharmacy at the 15th Annual Convention of Oklahoma University Pharmaceutical Association. Honors are not new to Elaine. In high school, she was active in athletic, dramatic, and class organizations. At the University of Oklahoma, she became a member of Rho Chi of which she is vice-president, Lambda Kappa Sigma in which she is secretary and treasurer, Alpha Lambda Delta, Freshman " " , Canterbur Club, Drug- store Cowboys, and is a pledge to Kappa Alpha Theta, social sorority. She was elected president of Williams House, an independent house. Since Elaine ' s father, Dr. James A. Howell, is a physician with the ' eteran ' s Administration, she has called several places home. Recently it has been Muskogee and Springfield, Mo. Her present home is Shreveport, La., and she plans to graduate in 19S1. Page 377 First Roiu, S. Downini left to ;, Ed VI right: W. E. Burch, C. M. Ballard, Wanda Burdick, Jack Cjraves. in L. McClung, Robert L. Strange, Porter H. Stovall. Officers for the year were: Jack (iraves, President; Wanda IJurdick, ' ice-President ; Clyde Ballard, Secretary; Dr. Ralph D. Beinfang, Faculty Sponsor and Treasurer. Galen is a senatoral organization. The objects of this society are to recognize leaders and through them to promote honesty, uprightness, unity of action, and participation in University activities, in the School of Pharmacy. Members are elected from those students who have a minimum of 80 hours and have a junior standing in the Phar- macy School. To qualify a student must possess leadership or show promise of becoming a leader and have a grade average of at least " C " . The (lak-n key is a white drug jar with Galen in gold old Knglish text. Officers for the year were: Wanda Huniick, Foreman; Louis Mahnke, Straw Boss; Fugene L nch, Pa master ; Colleen Swart, Cookie. Out of the multitude of campus organizations, none has officially gone on record as admitting that its sole aim is to have fun. None, that is, until the pharmacv ' school ' s Drugstore Cowboxs came along and actually went so far as to include this objective in their school charter. Since the aim of Drugstore Cowbo s is simpi ' to ha e fun, it is a real noxelty in campus organizations. It fosters comradeship and understanding among pharmacy students with just pleasure. First Row, lift lo right: I.ouis C). Mahnke, Wanda Hiirdick, lack Koch. Snoinl Row: Kverett R. Havs . nn Brsanl, Paul K. Floyd, Elaine Howell, Mary Carroll, Clyde Callard. Tliir.l Row: lim S. nowninK, Paul S. Shillings, T. P. Red, Charlie JoEies Jim Hivine, Jack Clraves. FirsI Roii-, Irfl lo rixht: E. I.. McChiiiK, H. B. R. lohns.jn, R. I.. Str:inKf, Dtnii R. V. Clark, Hlanchi- Summt-rs. SnonJ Koii-: Marv Carnill, Pancho Roue, Ralph Bienfaiig, William Brav, Porter Stovall. ThirJ Roix-: Ahraham Allen, Civile Ballard, R. S. Rogers, H. 11. Hesterlv, Hugh Rouse, J. D. Richmond. Officers for the year were: Kdwiii L. McCIimg, Piesident ; Robert L. Strange, Nice-President ; Mary Carroll. Sec- retary and Treasurer; and D. B. R. Johnson (Dean Emeritus), Faculty Sponsor. Gamma chapter of Rho Chi, national pharmaceutical honor society, was established on the campus in 1922. The principal objective of the society is to promote the advancement of the pharmaceutical sciences through the encouragement and recognition of .scholarship. To be accepted for membership, a student must exhibit pt-rsonalit) , strength of character and leadership, and also maintain a grade average of at least 2.0. m n Officers for the ear were: Darrel Richmond, President; Jim Divine, X ' ice- President ; Jim Baxter, Secretary ; Don Gholston. Treasurer. Kappa Psi Fraternity was founded at the Medical College of X ' irginia on December 15, 1879. It was incorporated in 1903. Gamma Omicron Chapter received its charter in February, 1923, and was formally installed on the same date at the University ' s School of Pharmac . Through its high standards Kappa Psi has been able to offer pharmacy students the utmost in fraternal activities. First Roii-, lift lo light: Frank J. Costanza, Edwin L. McClung, James S. Divine, Don E. CJholston, Joe J. Irwin, Tom A. Howell. .SV o«. Roii:: Leo Tate, V. E. Lee, V. E. Burch, Bob Roden, Jimmv Baxter, Porter H. Stovall. Third Roii: Willis J. Horton, Fred L. Burch, Charles Sockler, Buck Lawson, Winfred W. Lusk, Jack O. Baldwin. Fourth Roz -: Paul R. (iunter, Windle Th.impsoii, J. Parrel Richmond, Marvin Weinberg, J. K. Fancher, Jr., D. E. DeShazo, Paul F. Floyd. i First JoTOj left to right: Elaine Ho«ell, Wanda Burdick, Mary Carroll, Elaine Wilson, Colleen Swart. SecnnJ Roii-: Jean Brown. Jane Tcbow, Lee Hunt, Frances Crutchfield, Blanche Sommers, Mary M. Bussman. Officers for the year were: Wanda Burdick, President; Colleen Swart, ice-Piesident ; Elaine Howell, Recording Secretary; Elaine Wilson, Corresponding Secretary; Mary Carroll, Treasurer. Iota Chapter of Lambda Kappa Sigma, national professional sorority for women in pharmac ' , was founded on this campus in 1922. The national organization was founded at the Boston, Massachusetts College of Pharmacy in 1913. Its- purpose is to promote good fellowship and professional interest among women students in Pharmacx . Members are selected on the basis of character, scholarship and personality. Officers for the year were: Morris Glazer, President; Herb Kaplan, X ' ice-President ; S lvia Nedow, Secretary and Treasurer; Pauline Frankel, Corresponding Secretary; Rabbi Charles B. Lesser, Director. Hillel Foundation is comprised of the campus Jewish students. The group regularly observes the Sabbath service on Friday evenings at the Foundation House. The Foundation is sponsored by B ' Nai Brith — a national, fraternal or- ganization. It facilities include a library, record library, lounge, and a coimseling service for all students. First Rnii-, 1,-fl 1,1 right: Pauline Frankel, Sylvia Nedow, Rabbi Charles B. Lessei, Morris Glazer, Herbert Kaplan. S,;unJ Roiu: Leonard Leventhal, Nona .Mpard, Dick Raphael, Herbert F. Hochstein, Lorraine Rothstein, Sidney {ioldfull. T First ?oif, Irft to right: James W. Doilsim, James R. Mufjre, Harper |. Smith, R. . James, W. N. Hihler. Snond Rniv: Sam M. Austin, Joel n. Thorraldson, CJerald D. Bridges, Standley Pnrter, P. O. Keiiari, ThirJ Row: Rex Hayes, D. I.. Patrick, William M. Pattoii, Thomas C. Blassingame, James K. ] " )a vson, Ted S. Peiifound, Richard McMurra . ISSi. G£i, m. Officers for the year were: James R. Moore, President; Thomas (j. Roberts, Secretary-Treasurer; Harper Smith, St. Pat ' s Representative; Carl Bass, Publicity Chairman; R. V. James, Faculty Adviser. The functions of the Association of General Engineers are : to promote interest in General Engineering, to promote fellowship among students and faculty, to familiarize industrial representatives with the potentialities of General Engi- neers as future employees, to acquaint General Engineers with the various opportunities of industry, and to promote the activities of the Engineers Club. Officers for the year were: Vernon Finney, President; Barbara Breneman, Vice-President; Marv Vagner, Recording Secretary; Enid Buswell, Corresponding Secretary; Samuel Smith, Treasurer; Dorothy Nance, Historian. The Omega chapter of Delta Phi Delta was established in May, 1936, with Miss Harriet Kritser as counselor. Basic membership requirements are exceptional ability in art and a high scholastic standing. Its aims are to promote, create, and stimulate art interests, to stimulate higher scholarship, to develop and recognize professional art interests and ability through the Pallettc magazine, exhibits and personal contacts. First Row, li-jt to right: Mary Wagner, Barbara Breneman, Vernon Finney, Enid Busnell, Sam Smith. Virginia Robinson, Rosemary Kirkhuff, Mary Warner, Mary Lou Williams, Bobbie Hayes. Third Row: Burch, John Caughey, George Hershey, L. C. Mitchell, Jr., Jack Moses, Hilliard Stone. ' cond Row: Dorothy Duffy, Duavne Hatchett, Kenneth FirsI Rozc, li-fl to right: Jimmie L. Jones, Carlos A. Velutini, Jr., Charles VV. Martin, Wilson Alvarez, Jack P. Curtis, Henrv V. Danlev, L. V. Prilible, Morris A. Lifshay, William J. Cavaness, Jim Hatcher. SeionJ Roiv: John R. Tnrnliull, P. W. Agee, Jr., John J. Schultz, Donald C. Darrow, Flovd A. Marsellos, William Burgett, Charles W. Ward, Frank L. Davies, Jr., Donag-ne Teegardin, Randall J. Walker, Hugh Ledford, ' c;ene Starr, Tom E. Workman. Third Ro -: R. E. Kastner, L. R. Bovles, A. W. Polk, N. W. Irion, R. . Brite, F. Samson, B. Stern, J. S. Koen, R. E. Rodewalk, William D. Bovd, (Jeorge O. Palmer, T. Itii. Fourth Roii-: Stanlev S. Smith, James E. Schultz, Dee E. Renshaw, John F. lulo. Bob Hooper, C. A. Guenther, Bob CJoins, (Jenc Harrill, Joe Schneider. S. D. Fowler, Joe .Andrash, B. R. Graves, J. K. Levorsen. Fifth Row: James R. Thompson, Malvaney, William L. Hanney, Rex Slack, . ugust Rath, . fton (Jille, Robert Matsushita, Arthur A. Frimet, William Beazley, William A. Haver, Wilson, Blaine Imcl. limcii lisiiiDTE fii iicmncis C)fficers tor the year were: Charle.s W. Ward, President; Frank L. Davie., it.e-Pre.sideiit ; Flo d .Marsellos, Sec- retary-Treasurer; William Beazley, St. Pat ' s Representative; William S. llmjiL ' tt, Factilts Adviser. The student chapter of AIA was organized this year as a national ho.iorary professional organization limited to Architectural students of juinor standing or above. , 1, s. Officers for the year were: Robert L. Diclcin.son, Chairman: Jack James, ' ice-Chairman ; Robert Cambron, Secrc- tar -Treasurer ; Kenneth Adams, St. Pat ' s Representative. The student organization of the Institute of Aeronautical Sciences is a branch of a national organization. The pur- pose of the Institute is to advance the art and science of Aeronautics. The Institute of the Aeronautical Sciences is the representati e technical society for the aviation industry and profession. First Rbiv, left to right: E, F. Dawson, E. M. Sims, George W. Cupit, Ir., Ted Prater, William Wilson, V ' illiam H. Strickland, Jr., Charles J. Mauck. Second Ro j.-: A. M. Fisher, R. L. Walton, Paul R. Butler, R. D. Amin, Ralph A. Andrews, Herbert H. Shook. Third Roil-: Cecil L. Cotton, Lewis L. Hurton, D. W. Holland, D. D. Carpenter, Joe A. Wilson, E. J. Struckus, J. W. Dunn, J. D. Christian. Fourth Roti-: Elmer A.Kunnemann, William R. Folsom, Sam F. Segnar, Robert C. Bivona, Harold D. Sikes, C. S. Lutf, R. C. Lollar. Fifth ?«■-.:■: Lawrence S. McAlister, J. N. Reichard, Riibcrt L. Wallace, D. H. Linker, Rav E. Ashlev, D. . CJrimes, W. L. Smith. n, E Officers for the year were: Bill WiLson, President; R. Y. Prater, ' ice-President ; Hill Strickland, Secretar -Trea- surer ; E. M. Simms, Spoii.sor. The Oklahoma University branch of the Society of Automotive P ' ngineers wa.s established in 1937. Its purpose is to promote the sciences and engineering practices connected with the design, construction and utilization of automotive apparattis. Activities in the form of meetings, technical forums and field trips are held during the school year. Officers for the year were: Elbert G. Yancey, President; (leorge ' . Copeland, ' ice-President ; K. (r. Mc(ihee. Secretary-Treasurer; Richard D. Harlcy, St. Pat ' s Repre.sentative ; James T. Overby, Sponsor. Tau Omega, founded here in 1927, is the oldest National Aeronautical Engineering Fraternity. The .Alpha Chapter was host to the National Convention this year. First fooi-, left to right: Burton Stern, George Etz, L. A. Comp, J. T. Ovcrbey, Elbert G. Yancey, Fred Mouck. Second Ro=!X-: Jim C. West, George O. Palmer, David L. Francis, Charles B. Keiter, Richard D. Harlev, Elbert Davis. Third Roii,-: Stanley Grayson, Jr., Eddie Good, H. G. McKaskle, Joel D. Thorvaldson, J. G. Bradshaw, Ralph E. Moore, Jr., Norman A. Piercy. Fourth Rok: K.. .M. Shouse, C;uv Ewton, Jr., Herb Oakcs, Ralph S. Treadwell, Bruce ' Ketcham, Kenneth W. .-Vdams, Jack W. James. Fifth Ro -: Ray Geller, William H. Elliott, Jr., Robert J. Thatcher, James O. Melton, Clarren A. Brandenburgh, Robert L. Dickinson, E. C;. .McCJhee. Jr. Sixth Roii-: Judson A. Kizer, Robert F. Folker, Max R. Hindes, Darrell L. Proctor, J. Dale SheHield. Curtis L. Walker, George V. Cop- land, John T. Hartv, Robert H. Smith. First Row, Ufl t(, light: Richard A. FiiikclMtrin, (ierald W. McCullough, Jipclla Campbell, Dr. James F. Hohl, Robert M. Keith, Herbert Kaplan. Seiond Roiv: L. V. Baker, B. J. Voungblood. Pat Lawson, Bett J. Patterson, James F. Calland, Daniel L. Rosenstein. Third Riiii. ' : Dwane K. Minor, Kenneth Classen, LeRoy Long, Royce H. Morgan, Jack H. Wilson. am EFSiiii mn Officers for the year were: Bob Keith, President; Herb Kaplan, Vice-President; Joella Campbell, Secretary; Ger- ald McCullough, Treasurer; Richard Finkelstein, Historian. Oklahoma Alpha chapter of Alpha Epsilon Delta, national Premedical Honor Society, was established on the campus in 1936. A.E.D. was first founded at the University of Alabama on April 28, 1926, and has expanded to include more than 7,300 members in 47 active chapters throughout the United States. Membership in A.E.D. is a recognition of superior scholastic achievement of a premedical student. Officers for the year were: Wanda Echols, President; Joella Campbell, Vice-President; Clifton Gravelle, Secretary; Betty Biles, Treasurer. Lambda Tau is an honorary laboratory technology society. Its purpose is to become better acquainted with the fields of biological laboratory technology and the workers in these professions, and to receive the benefits which come from mutual discussions and a.ssociations with fellows of common interest. An active member must maintain a 1.8 aver- age, be of sophomore standing and must have attended the University for at least one semester. First Rim, lift to right: Mrs. Inez K. Jeffs, Joella Campbell, Wanda Echols, Clifton CJravelle, Betty J. Biles. SnonJ Rin:.-: Pearl Mackler, Judy Kurtschi, Margaret Black, Dorothea Morris. Third Roii.-: Joan Moon, Jean Funk, Janet Bonebrake, Betty R. Stine, Joann Willciitt, Earline Henderson. First Ro iv, left to right: Anna L. Biggert, Margaret VVilkins, Katherine I ' nderwciod, Ann Petty, Coleen Ctirkerill, Joan Whisler, Pat Wilsim, Pat Ward. Scrond Roiv: Mrs. Ruth G. Snoddy, Eileen Meyer, Irene Kimbell, Shirley Jaciihs, Peggy Dcvin, Shirlev Enders, Ann Thaggard, Oma Johnson, Charlene Elliott. Third Roiv: Elmerine Coffey, Evelyn Kuhlman, Betty S. Kuriiko, Pat Ledbetter, Bar- bara Bradford, Janet Pearson, Lu Logan, Norene Irwin, Minnie L. McDoniel. Fourth Roiu: Betty J. Wilson, Dean Rogers, Marjorie Morgan, Mary G. Powell, Doris Schobert, Shirley Geurkink, Jeanne Moorer, Betty L. (Jeno, Wanona Costner. Officers for the year were: Margaret Wilkins, President; Carolyn D. Rogers, Vice-President; Dama 1 ruett, Secretary ; Ann Petty, Treasurer ; Shirley Enders, Reporter. " Hestia " is the name chosen for the Home Economics Club, open to any university student interested in home econ- omics. The purpose of the club is to offer the students an opportunity to develop leaders and develop a greater interest in home economics and its various professions. Officers for the year were: Gloria Clifton, President; Ann Thaggard, Vice-President and Social Chairman; Evelyn Kuhlman, Secretary-Treasurer ; Anna Lou Biggert, Reporter; Aliss Garnette Fittro, Sponsor. Oikonomia, meaning household management, is a home economics honorary organization for home economics major students with an average of " B " in all home economics work. The pin is a log with Oikonomia and O.U. inscribed signifying the hearth, the emblem of the home. It is a university organization founded in 1931. First Roiu, left to right: (Gloria Clifton, Ann Thaggard, Evelyn Kuhlman, Anna L. Biggert. Second Row: Katherine I ' lulerwood, Margaret Wilkins, Shirley Enders, Norene Irwin, Mary James. Third Roiv: Edith L. Gabrish, Tommie L. Thompson, Oma Johnson, Elmerine Coffey, Janet Morris, Betty L. Geno, First Roii ' , left to right: Don Clark, Hope Roach, J. Liener Temerlin, Caroline Collcy, Jeral C. Zicgler, Joyce H. Scott. SeionJ Row: Joyce Simmons, James M. Frenslev, Marv F. Jackson, Barbara Elliott, Roger Hickok, Lii Logan. Tlitrd Roi -: Bctti Ciallagher, Ernie Schultz, Ralph ChiUls, Joe Lippmann, Ml.rrU Clazer, Joe B. Hamiltcin, Helen Elliott. Officers for the ear were: Lieiier Temerlin, President; Jerri, Ziet;ler, ice- President ; Caroline ColIe , Secretar ; Hope Roach, Treasurer. Alpha Epsilon Rho is a national honorary radio traternit . The Theta chapter at the University was started in 1445. A.E.R. has on its rolls some ot the biggest names in the radio profe.ssion, and it strives to uphold that reputation b main- taining high standards for membership. imii ciiB Officers for the year were: Prank DiGrappa, President; Leo Kndres, ice- President ; Francie Heinz, Recording Secretary; Bill Hogge, Corresponding Secretary; John Lafiin, Treasurer; F " ather Joseph Hallisse , Chaplain; Mr. and Mrs. George P. Haley, Sponsors. The Newman Club strives to encourage cooperative religious activities of Catholic college students. First Rati. ' , left tn right: John Laflin, Joe H. Nichols, Frances Heinz, Frank DiCirappa, Mrs. Thomas J. Matthews, Thomas J. Matthews. Second Roiu: John J. Bodine, Paul Nishimuta, Rosemary Kozel, Margaritc Hanley, Evelyn McClung, Celestinc Brcnnan, Kaye King, Suzanne Schall. Third Ro-u:: Russell W. Murphy, lloiuia C;rim, Marjorie Morgan, Rita Fitter, Rosemary Magner, Sybil Wibker, Max- ine Clark, Jose Lozano, Edith L. CJabrish. Fourth Rin„-: James E. Slater, Anne Moore, M. Jenette Warlick, Mary Carroll, Anita Eischeid, Marv F. Swanda, Marinus A. Romano. Fifth ?oif.- Don Leehan, Jon E. Nolan, Rose Marv Moore, Marv E. Brown, Mary J. Lagali, Dorienne Fox, Marie Clearv, Helen Kiser. William R. Hogge, Thomas W. Holland. Sixth Roii- Robert f. Balboni, Francis V. Hutson, Thomas ' . Tolleson, J. Walton McCarth , llenrv I.. Rowe, Ceorge E. Kunkel, lack Blankenship, John J. Murphy, Fred W. Kunkel, Jack B. Wilson. Firsl Riiii-. 1,-tl l„ iixli!: (;er rsanna Mitchfll, Aiiru- T rce, Juhn II. (■:im- , Patrk-ici Phillips, Hassel! Crimes. Second Rnv;: Patricia (,. Schumacher, Maril n Brown, Jean Mattiix, Patricia Martin, U ' ilhurta Cartwri ht, Oelora Atha, Ora StrDng. Third Rriw: Anita Kim- ball, Hope Roach, (Jloria Walters, Helen Kiser, ' irfiinia L. Bosvers, Jn Ann Buse , Frances Harris. GAIliUlPHA Cil Officers for the year were: Ann Jarrett, Presiileiit ; Ann Tyree, ' ice- { ' resident ; Cieor ;aniia Mitchell, Recording; Secretary ; Marilyn Abernathy, Corresponding Secretary. The members, interested in promoting professional standards for advertising in commercial, newspaper, radio, and publishing fields, gain experience through extra-curricular activities in the field of advertising. Any women student who is majoring in journalism, commerce, radio, photography, commercial art, or merchandsing, who is taking or has taken a course in advertising, and who plans to specialize in a field of advertising is eligible for consideration for membership. siGMi nm m Officers for the year were: Jack A. Reese, President; Mort (ilassner, Secretary; (nis McCaslin, I reasurer; H. H. Herbert, Faculty Sponsor. Sigma Delta Chi, professional journalism fraternit ' , was installed on this camptis in I ' ' l.i, with H. H. Herbert. David Ross Boyd, Professor of Journalism, as the sponsor. Professor Herbert still holds that position. Sigma Delta Chi givs monthly awards to students tor work on the Oklahoma Daily. At eeki diiuier meetings professional members from state newspaper,; explain their particular activities in the field of journalism. It has twice won the Hogate Award for the greatest p. rcentag. ' of nu-nibers successfully emplo ed in gathering or editing the news. First Rozi:, left to right: CIus McCaslin, Jr., Mort tJlassner, Jack Reese, H. H. Herbert. Siiond Rok: J. Wachtman, John (. ' . Johnson, Bob Glares, Deacon New, Spec Reynolds, Frank Talley, Morton Stone. Third Ruii: Akx K. .Ailwan, Matt Rosenbaum, Tom Sliorne., Ed Dycus, Charles L. Ward, Truman Richardson, George VV. Shadid. First Rota, left lo right: Lenelle Leathers, Pamela Denner, Mary Stevens, Mary A. Sullivan, Mrs. C. C. Beaird, Nancy Matlock, Peggy Devin, Donna Knox. Second Row: Mrs. Henry B. Lynn, Connie Stearns, Rita Bryant, Margaret E. Fell, Pat Davis, Marie Davis, Mrs. Leonard E. Dodson. Third Roiv: Betty R. Kemp, Helen McKown, Addie Weaver, Dorothy Williams, Marguerite Killion, Barbara Beaird, Mrs. E. L. Barron. Fourth Row: Edna M. Snow, Bobbie Wallace, Jane Hazlett, Harriet Baker, Wanda Ech .Is, Lora L. Camp, Mary K. Thompson, Bettye R. Upton, Sally Fuller, Mary J.Stewart. Officers for the year were: Mary Ann Sullivan , President; Mary Stevens, Vice-President; Nancy Matlock, Record- ing Secretary; Carolyn Frost, Corresponding Secretary; Donna Knox, Treasurer; Pamela Denner; Chaplain; Peggy Devin, Program Chairman; Pat Briscoe, Social Chairman; Mrs. C. C. Baird, Sponsor. Kappa Phi, national organization for Methodist preference girls, was founded at Kansas University, Lawrence, in 1916. Officers for the year were: Elizabeth McGuire, President; Virginia Bowers, V ' ice-President ; Patricia Stath, Trea- surer; Wilma J. Wall, Keeper of the Archives; Grace E. Ray, Faculty Adviser. Theta Sigma Phi is the national honorary professional fraternity for women in journalism. Membership is limited to women students of junior and senior standing who maintain a " B " average and show aptitude in journalistic activities. Outstanding on the Zeta chapter calendar is the annual Matrix Table banquet honoring 400 outstanding students and state women. First Row, left to right: ' irginia L. Bcjwers, (irace E. Ray, Elizabeth McCuire, Pat Slnlh. Seiond Row: Connie Willingham, Ora Strong, Betty Thrower, Wilma J. Wall, Naomi Callarman, Jean Mattox. Third Row: Marjorie Sloan, Pat Luster, Peggy Hollis, Jeannie West, Patte Abbott, Patricia Phillips. a r o r r First Row. left to right: Sue Foster, Dr. F. F. CJaither, Marie A. Marshall, Gene Pirisleton, Pat Sarlier. SefonJ Row: Barliara Jamisun, Mary J. Rockwixid, Ann Hulett, Virginia Richards, Josephine Taylor, Alyce Lawrence, Betty Phillips. Third Row: Rachel L. Wright, Jodene L. Armstrong, Pamela Denner, Ellen Colley, Mary A. Simmon, Mary L. Sarber. Fourth Row: CJIenn Buckner, Burton A. Heming, William C. Cooksey, Jim Wallace, Bob Berry, Ed Daniel, Burnett J. Gary. f, I. i, Officers for the year were: Alarie Ann Marshall, President; Pat Sarber, ' ice- President ; Sue Foster, Secretary; Gene Pingleton, Treasurer. Future Teachers of America is the national organization for students in colleges and high schools who are interested in teaching as a career. Kilpatrick chapter was established at the University in 1941. The club offers its members an opportunity to become experienced in professional leadership while still in training and strives to attract the best young men and women to the teaching profession. siGii iini EPSiiii Officers for the year were: James Billingsley, Jr., President; Cieorge Haddad, ' ice-President ; Elbert Davis, Sec- retary; Tenel Tayar, Treasurer. Sigma Theta Epsilon is a national religious fraternity for Methodist men. The Oklahoma Tau chapter of Sigma Theta Epsilon started as a local fraternity. Phi Delta. This group, desiring national affiliation, applied for membership and was accepted in the fall of 1948. Active membership in the fraternity is open to all men of Methodist preference enrolled in colleges and universities and who complete the requirements of pledgeship. The fraternity office is located in McFarlin Memorial Methodist Church. First Row, left to right: Tenel Tavar, James G. Billingslev, Jr., Rav Anderson, Cieorge N. Haddad, Jr. SeeonJ Row: Carl C. Young, Duane L. Archer, Bob McCamey, Tom C. Oden, Elbert F. Davis. ThirJ Row: Paul Mayes .James R. Watkins, William C. Hardv, William R. Warren, Gene Crutchfield, Robert L. Brelsford. First Roii ' . left in right: Leonard l.cventhal, Lee, Paul E. NelMin, Dale Lnnper, Burke A. Parscns, Warren E. Moeller, R..hert M. Collins. Second Roii.-: Edwin Rookcr, David H. Brazil, William J. Whistler Cieorge I " ). Klotz, Jack B. Lcavitt, Ri scoe Allen worth, Sumner W. Kesselman, Billy W. Hardin. TliirJ Row: Wavne E. Moeller, Cecil E. Walton, Charles M Angelly, Robert U. Smith, Jim E. Reese, Richard W. Poole, George S. Cowper, Sidney CJoldman, Noble B. Miller. Ill Hiifliics an Officers for the ear were: Dale Looper, President; Burke A. Parsons, ' ice- President : Arthur J. New field. Secre- tary; Warren E. Moeller, Treasurer. The Economics Club was organized in the fall of 1Q48 to " create a deeper understanding in economics and the related social sciences " . Membership is open to all major and minor students in economics. Mill SIGil PI Officers for the ear were: Don Oden, Head Master; Chet Eeonhardt, Senior Warden ; John Smith, Junior AVarden ; Albert Brown, Scribe; Ray Babb, Treasurer. Delta Sigma Pi is a national business and professional fraternity organized to foster the study of business in univer- sities and to bring about a closer affiliation of students with the business world. The fraternity vas founded nationally on November 7, 1907, and on the campus in 1020. First Roiv, Ifft to right: A. L. Cosgrove, John D. Smith, Chet N. Leonhardt, V)i n V. Oden, James W. Murphy, Albert J. Brown. Sfiond Row: Hon J. Leeman, l " wain ]. Ounn, Maurice G. Duncan, Van H. Laffertv, William j. Carter, Wes Krumme, Tom J. LaBenske. Third Row: Bill Rook, Art Peinberton, Burke Mordv, William C. Majors, lohn A. Love, Richard NL Lamhi,.tte, Don F. Sinith, T. Jack Foster, Jr. Fourth Row: Cerald S. Parks, Walter S. Ilammert, John P. Nlulvehill, Bill W. Wendt, John R. Spitsen, Hill Jordan, Don Atkins. First Rriiv, h ' fl lo right: Mary E. Meek, Jiianita Paniiell, Nita Amlerson, Kellciu- JohiiMin, Janet Morris. SnonJ Kiiiv: Lucille (iasser, Barbara Minvard, Carolee Miller, Mardiece Wilson, Jill Schrenkel, Jaccjue Hr i viili) v, Patricia Lansnn. TiiirJ Roii.-: Barbara Hawk- ins, Ruth Harris, Evelyn Xorthcutt, Marguerite Nelson, Jennie V. Means, Horrpthv Havis, Thelma Harris, Bett CJeno, N ' ivian Tatge. PI iiu mn Officers tor the ear were: Janet Morris, President; Kellene Johnson, ' icc ' - President ; Dorothy Davis, 2nd V ' ice- Fresident ; Mary E. Meek, Treasurer; Nita Anderson, Corresponding Secretary; jiianita Pannell, Recording Secretary ; Mrs. Harry L. Hauii, Mrs. William Bray, Mrs. Frank Mosley, and Mrs. Henry Rinsland, Patronesses. The organization is a national honorary interdenominational fraternity for women. Its purpose is to enable girls of like ideals and interests to associate with each other and to support all religious activities related to student life. The Alpha chapter was established on the L ' nixcrsity of Oklahoma campus in 1Q20. Officers for the year were: Bob Presson, President; Paul Mayes, V ' ice-President ; Peggy Devin, Secretary ; Tal Oden, Worship Chairman ; Russell Preston, Finance Chairman ; Shirley Saulsberry, Food Chairman. Wesley Foundation ofifers students Christian Fellowship and opportunities for religious growth which is so necessary as students matme during their college ears. So it is, in the ultimate, the real purpose of VesIey Foundation to help students mature in their Christian faith and practice, as the classroom brings development along scholastic lines. " Yoin- University life is not complete iniless Vesley Foundation is a vital part of it! " Ihat is the Foundation theme. First Row, Irfl to right: Paul Mayes, Emily Reid, Bob Presson, A. Raymond Anderson. SrionJ Row: Jo . nn Carlson, Tenel Tavar, Wanda Echols, Peggy Devin, Shirley Saulsberry. Third Row: Russell Preston, Meredith P. Van Walkenburgh, James (. ' •. Billingsley, Jr., George N. Haddad, James L, Delaplain, William B. an ' alkenburgh. First Row, left In right: C " . S. Tinch, ]r., R. 1,. Matkicn, Paul Maves, K. M. Aclam , C. I,. Farrar, tierald Tuma, R. V,. Kimmcll, Inhii T. Hartcr, Wendell C. Hey. Snnnd Row: Harold (). Earne- t, William F. Brnun, Walter F. Tillman, Paul F. CunninKham, R.ihe ' rt J. Burton, Nathan S. Jarnigan, Jr., A. Edward McQuoid, Robert H. Smith, William E. Richardson, Third Row: Kenneth Watson, (icorgc Soter, Stewart A. Woodward, Keith M. Petersen, English Piper, Thomas O. Coffman, Mickey Bregman, D. H. Lindscy, Keiuieth M. Shouse, Glenn E. Seav. Fourth Row: Thomas I Brown, James T. Mitchell, Jack R. Hulme, William D. Smith, Luke B. Dodds, Thomas H. Burleson. Fifth Row: A. T. Reed, L. M. Hammett, M. Maxwell, H. E. Hohmann, A. C. Thompson, G. P. Ernst. Jack C. Farris, Richard D. Pooler, Raymond L. Kindred, Ernest L. Williamson. Ell IIPPA 11 Officers for the year were: R. (i. Kiiiiniell, President; K. M. Adams, ' ice- President ; Carl Tinch, Recording Sec- retary; W. C. Hey, Corresponding Secretary; Paul .Mayes, Treasurer; Russel Madden, St. Pat ' s Representati e ; Clyde L. Farrar, Faculty Sponsor. The Eta Kappa Nu Association is a national honorary elcetrical engineering traternit -. Beta Xi chapter was organized on the O.U. campus in 1942. Officers tor the year were: Harold Coulter, President; LeRoy Heaton, Vice-President; Carl Haskett, Second ' ice- President; Robert Beaty, Secretary; Russell Hall, Treasurer; Dr. R. G. Fowler, Faculty Adviser. Sigma Pi Sigma is a national honorary physics society, formed in 1925 for the purpose of promoting greater student interest in physics both as a profession and as a way of life. First Row, left to right: Richard M. Ryon, Jr., Robert S. Beaty, Richard G. Fowler, Harold Coulter, LeRoy Heaton, Carl Haskett. (ilenn E. Seav. Second Row: Frederick D. Nichol, Beryl L. Boatman, John S. Gilstrap, Don Branham, George D. Ferguson, Jack W. Culva- house, Marvin M. Mueller, Charles M. Pratt. Third Row: Joe C. Stall, William L. Colvin, Carl E. Bleil, Earl E. Wilhelm, Jasper A. Jackson, Jr., Robert W. Blakcburn, Frank V. Zaleski, Bob J. Herrin, R. P. Egermeier. Fourth Row: W. R. Hovie, W. A. Falkenstein, G. F. Muse, R. E. Davidson, W. H. Newkirk, R. A. Randall, L. W. Marks, Earle A. Beasley, C. W. Edwards, Reynolds R. Ciardner. Fifth Row: George W. Woods, Jerald L. Jennings, Robert A. Erickson, Irving (ilazer, Lewcy C). tJilstrap, John F. Ringelman, John C. Smith, Tom R. Strayhorn, Robert J. Stro icr. iH( smn Of iHf u n n f B s 1 ,,,, The competitive spirit is the essence of a democratic state and no- where in the universit ' is this spirit tijiven i;reater opportunity tor development tiian on tlie iL;;ridiron, the haskethall court or tlie cintler track. Here tiie thrill of competition is keen. Its current runs from spectator to participant; its appeal is never failiiiii;. Here democracy reaches its fulHllment in a societ not baseil on race or creed a soci- et - witii a place for all except the weak in spirit. (ji en the will to win, the individual can rise to uidimited heights. . nd it is here, on tile (ield of sports, that this will can lie di- eloped. Bl( Red ((j-iiipt iins . Stun West and Jim Owens, siiiut out ihf (oin-lfiiS in tin I lointi rjiiiiiu ycine nith I OIL a State. TH E opening game of any sports season is always a time of happy anticipation. From the crisp days of fall until the warm, sleepy days of spring, a rapid succession of athletics combines to keep school spirit at its height. Football, basketball, track, boxing, wres- tling, swimming, tennis, golf or baseball — there are sports for every taste and temperament. .And through these athletic events the many factions of the student body are united in the single thought, " (Jo, ()( ' ! " ' ic- tory becomes not the jov of a single person or team, but the triumph of all. Fven defeat is a mutual satiness, less bitter because it is shared. I t. v llugh Mctiiiirc registers the tension of tlie game he vatches another big Oil sports event. Tl O.r. cheerleaders leading the Oklahtima team Id between two lines of Riif-Neks The Oklahoma football squad added the final touch to a devastating two-season rec- ord and turned a warm New ear ' s da into a chilly black and blue Sugar bowl ad- enture tor Louisiana State b ' completeK wrecking their toe 35-0 in the 1950 Sugar Howl game at New Orleans. So impressive were Coach Bud Vilkinson ' s Sooners in winning their twenty-first straight game and their second consecutive Sugar bowl triumph, that a crowd of 85,000 sat starr - eyed anil watched a magnificent marching machine rip a highh touted Tiger team into hapless oblivion. In doing so, Oklahoma proved its ciateil Press poll rating as the No. 2 team in the nation, second onl to Notre Dame. Ami almost all of the tremendous crowd were con inced that O.l ' . could whip the ligliting Irisii from Indiana six days of the week .ind t ice on Simday. Three records fell b the wa side as the ( ). I ' , wrecking crew went at the Tigers w ith a engeance. The Sooners were light- ing mad over intimations that the story of a spy at their secret practice in Hiloxi, Miss., the week before the game was an Oklahoma linn lltath, tikl.ih. Una ' s iunl.u Inllbaek tr.Mn llnllis, Dkla., re.eives the Warren ' . Miller memorial tropin as otilstandin); plaver of the 19i0 Sugar Bowl football game from Krank ' . Srhaiib (right), president of the Sugar Howl Association. Herbert . . Henson (left), chair- man ol the Sugar Howl, looks on. The trophy is Heath ' s periiianeni possession. " " age 398 Co-captains Stanley West iif Enid, Okla., ami jim Owens of Oklahoma Citv vinnin(j the toss at the l ' ) !) Snfiar Hn 1 game Coach Bud Wilkinson giving instructions to Quarter- back Claude Arnold of Okmulgee, Okla., before send- ing Arnold into the 1950 Sugar Bowl game. World-Telegram -.. The Sun Sports WllKINSON OF THE YEAR Lindell Pearson of Oklahoma Cit.v, O.U. left half, broke the 1950 Sugar Bowl football game wide open in the second qiiariir with his long forward passes. He hit Bobby Goad to take the ball to the L.S.l " . 8, and later he hit George Thomas in the end zone for a touchdown. O.U. bench during a tense moment in the 1950 Sugar Bowl e Gturgc Thcjinas uf FarilancI, Okla., scoring cm a Inn;; pass tnim Liiulcll Pearson The Sooiiers ' 35 points were the most ever tal- lied by one team in a Sugar Bowl game. And the margin of victory was the worst ever administered to a team in the 16 years the Sugar bowl classic has been held. The most thrilling of the records the Sooners wrote into the statistics book was the breath-taking 86-yard run from scrimmage by Leon Heath. It topped by 11 yards the previous mark set by Jimmie Ford of Tulsa against Georgia Tech in 1944. Ken Tipps, Sooner end, kicked five conver- sions, also a Sugar Bowl record. Heath was voted the outstanding player of the game by the 200 sports writers present. O.U. followed their split-T formation pattern — the same which brought them national honors and gave Bud Vilkinson a unanimous ote as " Coach of the Year " . Immediately after the game the Sooners departed for a well-deserved three-day visit to Cuba. Jim Owens, Wade Valker, Stanley West and Darrell Royal missed the Cuba visit, to go to Jackson illc, Florida, and play in the Senior Bowl game. Parrell Royal of Hnllis. Okla., scoring on a quarterback sneak. Leon Heath of Ilollis, Okla., running 34 yards to the final O.U. touchdo vn. f5 - Bruce Drake Head Basketball Coach, Golf Coach John C. Jal-ohs, Track and Cniss-Coiiiury Cciach Jack Haik, Hascl.all C.iach Charles " Bud " W ' li.Kivsns- Athletic Director and Head F. othall Coach Charles " Bud " Wilkinson . . . big blonde athletic director has gone to the top of the coaching Held in just three years as head coach at O.U. He was chosen coach of the year for 1949 by the National football asso- ciation. He was also chosen head coach for the college all-stars for the same year. Wilkinson played his football at the University of Minne- sota under Bernie Bierman. The (iophers won the National Collegiate championship all three years tliat Hud pla ed. In 19.i7, he sparked the college all-stars to their only ictorv in histori, o er a piofcssional foot- ball team, ' hile at Minnesota, he received the award for the outstand- nig senior in both scholarship and athletics. He received his master ' s from Syracuse in (believe it or not) ICnglish. John Jacobs . . . track and cross-country coach. Jacobs has been on the campus longer than any of the other coaches at O.l ' . He came here in 1922. In his Ifa ears in the Big Se en conference, liis teams have held first or second place I 1 times. Through his efforts, O.l ' . has ;i wvw cinder track which he designed himself. Bruce Drake . . . has been head basketball and golf coach for the last eleven years. Drake ' s outstanding oftVnsi e plays have made the .Sooners one of the most feared basketball teams in the conference. In the last nine years, he has won or tied six championships. His golf ' s lecord is probably the most outstanding of any in the country with a record of one national amateur champion, one national collegiate champion, two W ' alker cup ictors, seven Big Seven Conference team championships, a string of 3, consecutive dual meet victories through 1940, anil a tie for second toi ' the national collegiate team championship in I9.?8. Jack Baer . . . has coached baseball toi li c iars. In that time, he has had two championship teams, and two second place teams in Big Sc en conference pla . His reconi is .U)-2(). He pla ed baseball at Shau ru-c and later became the proper t of the Boston Braves. He played in the S(nithern and |- .istern associations under the Brines ' tarm s stem. % Page 402 Port G. Robertson, Wrestling Coach Wai.tkr Mead, Ttiiiiis Coach nimu Walt Mead . . . was half of a Big Six doLibles championship in ' 3 ' , ' 4(1, ami ' 41 for Oklahoma. His Sooners have won two conference championships anil Ui of 1 dual meets against Big Seven schools, including the last 14 in succession. Port Robertson . . . When this former Sooner u lestler took over the wrestling team in 1947, there had been no wrestling at O.U. for 8 years. He trained a team qincklx ' , and won second in the Big Seven Conference. He advanced to first the next year, but was forced to drop to second in 1948 after the loss of four winners from the year before. His team again regained their lead and their second Big Seven championship in 1950. Joe Glander . . . climaxed a three year training period as head coach of the swimming team with a Big Seven championship. This is the first time that 0. J . has won the swimming crown. Jerome " Shocky " Needy, assistant basketball coach, is a Sooner basketball great of the late ' 30 ' s. Assistant coaches: Gomer Jones pla ed center at Ohio State and pro ball with the Cleveland Rams. End coach Frank " Pop " Iv played pro ball with both the Pittsburgh Steelers and the Chicago Cardinals. Backfield coach George L. nn played under Paul Brown of the Cleveland Browns, and as quarterback of the Ohio championship team of 1942. Freshman coach Bill Jennings played ball in Norman both in high school and college. I Joe (Ji.asdek, Swimming Coach i Jerome ■ ' Siiockv " N ' eedv Assistant Kaskctlxill Coach Assistant Football Coach- es Bill Jennings, George Lvnn, (Jomer Jones, and Frank " Pop " Ivy. Page 403 First Roiv, lift In right: Sirnnd Roti:- CJranville ner, Lee Tehow. Hal Muklniu, Ir.. Earl Sneed, Ir., Walter V. N.irris, R.iscoc Cate, Oil. J. J. Walters, Jr.. H,n , ot Shoii ' ii: Harrell Rdval, Jim Owens. Kraft, Ronald K. Shuman, Paul Reed. Ine R. Ta lor. ard W. I.arsh, ( " apt. Carl M., lioh Crenory, Mr.rt (Jla W.M.1F.R W. Kr. KT Chairman of Athletic Council Hi Se en Faculty Representativ Cl.KK FlTZGER.M.n Business Manager 11 The men behind the men behind the ball are seldom known and even less sel- dom are their praises truly sung. These are the men " behind the .scenes " who are responsible for helping to get the stage read and who pull the curtain for each sport. Their jobs are varied and their responsibilities are great. No team can hope to finish a successful ear without the support of these men. It is their job to see that each department operates smoothly, to attend to the financial manage- ment of the entire department and to publicize the coaches and players. Harold Keith has served in the sport publicity slot since 1930. As if sifting through thousands of photographs and writing several times that number of news releases were not enough, Keith also found time last ear to write a complete history of football at ()L , " Oklahoma Kickoff " . Clee Fitzgerald, law graduate of ' 49 and better known as the originator of the m thical " Fitzgerald ' s Stadium " , handles the headaches of ticket sales. William J. Cross, the greatest quarterback under the " old rule " in Sooner history, is business manager of the athletic depart- ment. V ' alter Kraft is the Rig Seven conference representative on the athletic council. II ARdMi Kkitii I ' uhlieitv Dir msriiis Champions or lumiers-up in eight of the ten sports officially recognized by the conference, Oklahoma has won the Hig Seven conference all-sports championship for the school year 1948-49. Sooner sports teams coached by Bud ' ilkiiison, Hnice Drake, Jack Baer, John Jacobs, Port Robertson, Joe Colander and Walter Mead led the league tabulations by the top heavy margin of 14 2 points over Missouri, the second place .school. Oklahoma had 21 ' , followed by Mi.ssouri with M), Ne- braska 37, Kansas 40 ' j, Colorado 43, Iowa State 45 and Kan- sas State 37. It was the fourteenth time the Sooners have won this most accurate measure of a healthy all-around athletic pro- gram in the conference. Nebraska and Iowa State have won three times each, Kansas and Missouri once each. Oklahoma peeled off titles in football and tennis and shared the basketball Hag with Nebraska. Oklahoma was second in crosscountry, wrestling, swimming, golf and baseball. Measuring North Carolina ' s undefeated football Powerhouse 14—6 in the Sugar Bowl game, Coach Bud Wilkinson ' s Okla- homa football team brought the Big Seven conference the great- est national prestige of its history. No Big Seven school has ever before wo?i a major bowl game although three schools have been close to it, Nebraska losing the Rose Bowl to Stanford 13-21 in 1941, Missouri the Sugar Bowl to Fordham 0-2 in 1942, and Kansas the Orange Bowl to (jeorgia Tech 14-20 in 1948. Although Missouri doesn ' t field teams in wrestling and swim- ming, the Tigers were second to Oklahoma in the 1948-49 all- sports parade. Coach Chauncey Simpson ' s golfers and Coach Tom Botts ' outdoor team won championships. Coach Don Faurot ' s football team, Coach Botts ' indoor track squad and the Missouri tennis team handled by Major Strom were run- ner,s-up. Nebraska tied Oklahoma for the most championships won. Coach 15uel Patterson ' s Nebraska wrestlers and Coach Ed Weir ' s .Nebraska indoor tracksters topped the circuit. Coach Harr (jood ' s Nebraska basketball team won a first place tic « ith Oklahoma. Kansas was represented by two champions. Coach Bill " Red " Hogan ' s baseball team put on a fiery home stretch drive behind its two-man pitching punch of Dick (lilmaii and Chuck Mof- fett to claim Kansas ' first Big Seven baseball title of all time. Coach Bill Easton ' s Jayhawker crosscountry team ate up the field last November. Coach Jack McGuire ' s Iowa State swimming team claimed that school ' s lone triimiph but perpetuated the longest overlord- ship of a single sport by any league school. Oklahoma not only won the Sugar Bowl football game, but Coach Bruce Drake ' s Sooner basketball team carried the late- December conference tournament in Kansas City, Drake ' s Sooner golfers won the Colorado Intercollegiate tournament and Coach Walter Mead ' s Sooner tennis team granil-slanuned the conference tennis tourney, winning all five singles and both doubles finals. Coach Joe ( ilander ' s Sooner swimmers swam oft with the Oklahoma AAU senior championships. Sooner individual feats were many. Jack Mitchell, quarter- back, and Paul " Buddy " Burris, guard, were named on various first All-America football teams. Bill Carroll ' s indoor vault of 14 feet 1 inch set a new record at the Central Intercollegiate meet at East Lansing, Mich., and Carroll ' s 14-1 outdoors was a new Big Seven standard. Don McCloskey, Sooner sophomore swimmer, set a new league mark of 1:41.1 in the individual medle ' relav. © © o o © HE FOOIBUnPAD Firsl Row, left to right: F.d Roulaiui, Charles Pairu-, Ki-n Tipps ImtiI Smith, Kiaiikic AiuUrson, IM l.isak. llairx Mncrc, Clair Mavos, Joe Horki ' v. Second Row: Stanley West, Lenn Manlcy, I.iiuli-ll IVars.m, Uvv Amirns, Jim Ou iis, Dcllnii Marrurn, j. V. Cnlf, Charl.v P.nM-li, Norman McNabb, Leon Heath, Bert Clark, (R-urKc Uri-wer, Stiuliiit Iana;;ir dmir Kinlur. Page 406 o. Q 54 IHEFIOIBUlSllil Third Row: Equipment Man Sarge Dempsey, Head Coach Charles ■Hud " Wilkinson, Line Coach Ciomer Jones, Tiainer Jne (JIander, Jim Weatherall, Joe Cunningham, Claude Arnold, Dick Heath, Bill Price, Jack Lockett, Frank Silva, Buddv Jones, Bill Ricks, George Thomas, Ken Parker, End Coach Frank " Pop " Ivy, Freshman Coach Bill Jennings, Kacktield Coach CJeorge Lvrin. Fourth Row: Bob Ewbank, Darrell Royal, Floyd Murphy, Bud Hoofnagle, Dean S nith, Jne I.egurnec. Hohin CJoad, Art janes, Ciene Heape, Nolan Lang, Bob Bndenhamer, Wade Walker. Page 407 ollhe |l i Ki I I. RnvAi. The right sid Oklahoma 46, Boston College A hard-running, sharp-blocking attack despite a soft playing field let the Sooners sail to a lopsided 46-0 victory o er Boston College at Braves field in Boston. Okla- homa ' s vaunted marching machine rolled up 358 yards on the ground to only 35 for the Eagles of Boston. Led by Darrell Royal at the quarterback slot, OU took a commanding lead at half time to the tune of 27-0. Curly-haired George Thomas, the Fairland flyer at half- back, launched the Sooners on their devastating victory circus as he galloped Q5 yards on the opening kickoff for a touchdown. Early in the second quarter Budd Jones re- turned a punt to the Eagles ' 39-yard line, and six pla s later OU .scored again. Oklahoma roared 78 yards for the next counter. Two pla s covered 39 ards, then Royal pitched out to Lindell Pearson who lined a 24-yard pass to Thomas for the score. Tackle Vade AValker ' s recovery of a fumble on the Eagles ' 38 just before the half ended set up the fourth touchdown. Pearson bumped over from the one after Fullback Leon Heath had zipped off 42 iiards to the five- ard line. OV opened the second half w ith a spectacular 52-. ard run by Pearson w hich put the ball within 12 yards of pay dirt. Following a 11-yard pass from Royal to end jim Owens and a penalty, Thomas slipped over behind a block by Heath. Later Ed Lisak intercepted a Songin pass, returning it to the Eagles ' 23- ard line. Silva covered most of the distance behind the third Sooner team, finally sneaking over for the touchdown. OU landed its final tally late in the fourth period as the reserves pushed 29 yards with Charley Paine slashing for 16 yards on one ramble and Dick Heatly scoring on a five-yaid handoff. Frank Suva Kfmnrth Tipps i| n; Norman McNabd I.INDEI.I, PeARSOV Ci.AiR Mayes Oklahoma 33, Texas A M 13 Oklahoma ' s sprightly supei-charged powf r rolled to its tuclfth straiglit triumph and the second in a row for the 1949 season, grinding past Texas A M 33-13 at Owen Field. The Sooners punched out an attack that netted 325 yards on the ground and 153 through the air-lanes. The red and white were more vulnerable than usual on pass defense as aerials paved the way for both Cadet touchdowns, while seven fumbles and seven penalties for 81 yards had the O.U. attack sputtering at times. Darrell Royal quarterbacked Oklahoma for all five tallies as Lindell Pearson and George Thomas each counted twice and Bobby Goad scored on a pass from Royal. A near tornadic south wind blew a Texas Aggie punt back into the kicker ' s face for a five-yard loss late in the first period and All-American candidate Stanley West recov- ered the ball on the Cadets ' 19-yard stripe. Six plays later Pearson lugged the ball across on fourth down for the first O.U. tally and Thomas kicked the extra point. Pearson scored the second touchdown, as the Sooners crushed and bulled their wa 75 yards, covering the distance in eight plays. But the Aggies roared back behind the superb passing of Don Nicholas to rap a six-pointer. In th e third period, OU netted 105 yards rushing, Thomas scoring twice. Both teams swapped touchdowns in the final period. Wadi: W ' ai kkr I.inclcll Pearson, Oklahoma halfback, goes the last two vards tor tlu- first nl ti st the Texas . ie -- olihe Grorce Thomas r «A i!r- M5; Anderson, end, brings down Byron Townsend, Texas back, as Darrell Roval moves in for an assist. Oklahoma 20, Texas 14 Playing before a record crowd in the boiling Cotton Bowl, Oklahoma ' s majestic marching machine roped and tied the Longhorns from Texas for the second time in a row b ' the identical score of 20-14. Making a repeat performance of last car ' s tussle, ( U spotted the men from Texas seven points, then roared back in convincing power make up to take a stunning 20-7 lead. A year ago, OU struck early and hung on to pull out a victory, but this ear Ol showed its greatness as it fought an uphill struggle against a rain-laden turf and in- juries to Wade Walker and Norman AIcNabb to come out on top. It was the second time that a band of fighting Sooners was able to throw the Steers twice in succession, and though the score might be indicative of a close battle, OL was in command of the game for the final three periods. A strong, rain-drenched wind coupled with a few errors on the Sooner side kept OU pinned against its goal for virtu- ally the entire first quarter. Coach Blair Cherry ' s fighting Longhorns built up a constant pressure of vicious line play which eventually paid off as Texas scored and took a 7-0 first quarter lead. It was then that the Sooners went to work. Darrell Ro al led a 66- ard drive in six plays and George Thomas flashed a brilliant 40- ;ud run for the touchdown. The score was a 7-7 tie at intermission. With Royal performing with poise and getting a lot of running aid from I.indell Pearson, Leon Heath and Thomas, the Sooners drove 53 yards in the third period tor the .second touchdown after Pearson had nm the opening kickof? 40 ards to near nud- field. Pearson bulled 1 1 yards for the tall -. Buddy Jones set up OU ' s final touchdown in the last period. Jones deceptively handled ' a ' slippery punt, sneaking back to tiie Steeis ' . 8-yard .stripe. Heath powered 21 yards and then Royal pitched a touchdown strike to Jim Owens in the end one. Stanley West BiDDV Jones George Thomas Delton Marcum Claude Arnold Oklahoma 48, Kansas 26 Giving up more touchdowns than any opponent has made against ()U in the hist 22 games, the Sooneis took a lowly-touted Kansas team seriously in the last halt to muster their entire scoring punch and thump to a 48-26 triumph before 37,660 Dad ' s Day fans at Owen Field. Caught with a defense that was especially vulnerable to an under- rated Kansas team, OV scampered another 312 yards rushing to roll to its 14th straight victory and its first Big Seven win of the season. OU took a 20-6 lead at halftime, then added two touchdowns in each of the last two periods to offset three Jay touchdowns in the final two quarters. A 44-yard running lateral that started with Pearson and ended with Heath crossing the goal line gave OU its first score late in the initial period. Minutes later, Pearson lobbed a sinking pass to Thomas in the end zone and the Sooners led 14-0. Royal pegged a 38-yard strike to Heath who galloped to the Kansas 12. From there, Thomas scored his second of four touchdowns of the day as he outran the Jayhawks ' defense in the second period. Kansas came back 70 yards from kickoff to score just before the half ended. After Owens blocked a punt Royal ent over on a keeper. Kansas marched back 76 yards for a touchdown and then OU came back with Pearson scoring on a 29-yard surge around right end. Kansas scored soon afterward. Oklahoma ronijied to two more scores and Kansas added another in the final period. Joe Horkev Jones, Bodenhamer, .ind W.ilker swarm over a Kansas back after a short gain. f- . $ 1 olih Buddy Jones Wii.i.iE Manley « V Royal gains 21 yards on a keeper play in the second Oklahoma 48, Nebraska Oklahoma poured on the coal throughout a (li .z round of touchdown drives to maul Nebraska 48-0 at Lincoln for the Cornhuskers ' worst defeat in the two schools " _ " - year grid history. A crowd of 39,000 witnessed a superb Sooner attack roll up 43() yards on the ground in rushing while holding a hapless Nebraska team to a mere 4 yards by the same route. So well did OU ' s power function that se en different men contributed touchdow ns, as all three of the Sooners ' lines blocked and tackled with the savagery of unleashed tigers. Scoring their 15th successive victory, and the 7th in a row over the Cornhusk- ers, Oklahoma crossed the pay roll stripe in ever quarter. After leading 21-0 at the half, the reserves took over the rest of the way to outdo the varsity as they moved with precision almost at will. Wilkinson swept the bench except for the injured West and Silva. So thoroughly did the first string line smother the Nebraska line, that the Sooner subs were able to open a 27-point gusher during the last half. Nebr.iska dominated the game during the first period until Ed Lisak took a fumble in midair on OU ' s ten and scampered 68 yards to the Nebraska 22-yard line. Two plays later Pearson surged over from the 3. before the half ended, OU spurted to two touchdowns with ofifenses of 72 and 49 yards. Thomas climaxed the first drive as he rolled over from the 2 to give OU a 14-0 lead. Dean Smith recovered a fumble on the ensm ' ng kickofif. Thomas and Pearson took the ball to the 15-yard stripe and from there Ro al Hipped a touchdown pass to Tipps who was all by himself in the end zone. Karly in the third quarter, the Sooners rolled 70 yards climaxed by a 40- anl touch- down run by Heath. Minutes later. Sooner subs scored with Claude Arnold taking the ball over the goal line. Dick Heatly scored OU ' s sixth touchdown after I.ang and Brewer carried the ball for 84 yards. Brewer scored the (uial toucluiow n just before the game ended. Fran ' kie Andersov -y ..- Mf ik» Q r : Jim Owens Darrell Royal Jack Lockeit Oklahoma 34, Iowa St. 7 A fast, deadly scoring spree near the end of the second quarter that netted three touchdowns in six minutes provided the h ' ft to a h ' stless first period attack and drove the Sooners to a 34-7 victory over Iowa State before 38,149 Homecoming fans at Owen Field. With Bill Veeks, Iowa State ' s brilliant little passer, leading the Cyclones, Okla- homa ' s marching powerhouse had frequent trouble in squelching its opposition. Iowa State drove to the 10, 6 and 3-yard lines on three different occasions, only to be stopped and hurled back by OU ' s rough and tough forward wall. With Royal out of the lineup, Claude Arnold piloted the Sooners to their sixth win of the season and the thnd Big Seven victory of the campaign. A fumbled punt which Owens recovered on OU ' s 40-yard stripe led to the first Sooner touchdown. The Sooners marched 60 yards to pay dirt as Thomas carried the ball over from the two. Two minutes later, Parker fell on a fumble on Iowa State ' s 7-yard mark, and mighty Heath bucked the distance for OU ' s second score. With six seconds to play in the half, spunky mighty-mite Jones took a Cyclone punt on his own 17 and raced 83 yards be- hind beautiful downfield blocking to punch over and give Oklahoma a 20-0 half time lead. OU added two more touchdowns in the third period, driving 80 yards for the first on the kickoff, Pearson barreling across from 10 yards out. The Cyclones countered as Weeks led an 87-yard touchdown pass play, but OV immediately added the final score of the game, Arnold reporting in the end zone from the three. J. V. Coi e a State aerial olihe Tipps I.isak and Parker nail a Kansas State pass recei Oklahoma 39, Kansas State Oklahoma ' s majestic football powerhouse ran its winning string to 17 with a 39-0 rout of Kansas State before a Homecoming crowd of IS, 500 at Manhattan. Striking three times within five minutes early in the second quarter, the Sooners completely overwhelmed a fighting but undermanned Kansas State team. OL held a half time lead of 33-0, then coasted to victory during the remaiiu ' iig two periods as the Sooner subs added one more score in the third qiuirter. So thoroughly did OU ' s mighty forward wall smother any Cat offense that Katisas State managed to move into Oklahoma territory onh twice. Oklahoma piled up 303 yards rushing while holding Kansas State to a measly 4S on the ground. Despite this formidable attack, the Sooners manufactured half of their six touchdowns through the air. George Thomas and Dick Heatly tied for scoring honors as each crossed the goal line twice, while Lindell Pearson turned in the longest and fanciest touchdown nin of the day, a 46-yard gallop in the first quarter. After exchanging punts midway in the first period, OU roared 60 yards in three running plays for a touchdown. A few minutes later. Jack Lockett intercepted a K-State pass to give OU the ball and six pla s later, the Sooners had travelled 76 yards for another score. For a lead of 20-0, Ol ' smashed S4 yards in 1 1 plays. Kcruieth Parker ' s interception of Atkin ' s heave and his 2 yard return set up the fourth score. Just seconds later, after Dean Snuth recovered an Atkins fimible, quar- terback Claude Arnold laid a soft pass on Lockett ' s hands as he stepped () er the goal. On the last play of the third quarter, with the Sooners mingling a few first stringers with the subs, OU ate up 55 yards to score its final touchdow n. Jim Wkaimkrai.i. Kkn Parker Ghorck Hrkwkr Edward Lisak Leon lltAiH Oklahoma 27, Missouri 7 An all-time record Missouri crowd turned out to watch a precision moving Okla- homa team march to its eighteenth consecutive victory and its second straight Big Seven championshi[3 with a 27-7 triumph over the Tigers. OU ' s juggernaut restricted the Missouri offense to 45 net ard.s rusliing and 118 yards passing. The Sooners outplayed their competition so well that they originated 103 offensive plays to only 66 tor Missouri. Arter a scoreless first quarter, the Sooners dealt Lmdell Pearson a full house as he scampered across for two second-period touch- downs. As expected, it was passing that produced Missouri ' s onl touchdown. Phil Klein passed to end Fred Hulse in the end zone midway in the first period between the Soon- ers ' two touchdowns of the quarter to tie the score 7-7. As the last half began, OU slowly started to widen the gap. Norman McNabb re- covered a fumble on the Tiger ' s 21 soon after the quarter opened and in four plays the Sooners led 21-7. Pearson tossed a fourth down seven-yard strike to unmolested Frankie Anderson in the end zone for the score. Late in the third period, OU rammed for the final touchdown as Ron intercepted a Glorioso pass to scoot back 45 yards to the Tiger 16. On fourth dow n Heath left a trail of wreckage behind him as he thundered across from the four. Dick Heailv Wade Walker, Oklahoma tackle, cuts a Missouri back down at the line of scrimmage for " no gain " - 4 BESiUE ol lie SEASOI Wadi- Walker - ' ' 4 •■tu. -: Thumas picks up enough tor a Hrst dnw ii aruund his own left end against Santa Clara. Oklahoma 28, Santo Cloro 21 Shattering a string of records in their ake, Oklahoma ' s tremendous Sooners bogged down slightly but still had power enough to stop a Hred up band ot men from Santa Clara 2S-21 at Owen Field. Hud Wilkinson ' s hot and cold d namos pla ed their poorest game of the season, flubbing three scoring chances while failing to bolt and lock Santa Clara ' s e er danger- ous ground-air attack. A record-breaking crowd of 61,353 persons shattered all previous Owen Field marks by nearly 20,000 fans. The second mark to be broken was the 0 J victory string which reached 19 in a row over a t o- ' ear span. The last team to beat the Sooners was this same team from California in the first game of the 1948 season. George Thomas, the stocky charger from Fairland, counted for three touchdow ns, running his season total to 105 points to lead the nation in scoring honors while .shat- tering a Big Seven individual scoring mark set seven years ago. Oklahoma appeared well in command at one stage of the game with a 21-7 lead, but at the half the bucking California Broncs had whittled the score to 21-14. OU added one more touchdown in the third period to again take a 14 point lead, but the Broncs fought back in the last period to threaten again and again, inall pushing across for the (inal score of the Thomas scored the first touchdown from the 2. Santa Clara struck back covering 67 yards in six plays, but West blocked the extra point and the score was 7-6. Leon Heath romped 81 yards for the 2nd .score. Thomas .scored the 3rd touchdown after Jones returned a punt 34 yards. A safety and another Santa Clara score cut Ol " s lead to 21-14 at the half. Walker recovered a fumble in the 3rd period and Thomas went over for the final touchdown. Santa Clara, after threatein ' ng time and again, romped 58 yards for their final tally. c;f.nk ITeape -4 -3- t ' llARlKS I)i) m:i.i. Hon IJdDKVHAMER Oklahoma 41, Oklahoma A M Olclahonia, en route to its greatest season in histor , romped through its 20th game without a defeat, its first undefeated season since 1938, and rolled towards the Sugar Bowl by flattening Oklahoma A M 41-0 at Owen Field. A sun-baked crowd of 50,000 watched a great Sooner team work flawlessh ' and brilliantly as it marched to a touchdown in the opening minutes of play and then rip and maul the Aggies into deep submission, scoring in every period but the last. OU completely dominated the 44th renewal of the series, displaying a wide superior- ity in all phases of the game. The Sooners wrapped up 363 yards by rushing to the Cowboys ' 38, and even in the aerial battle 0 J passed to one touchdown while setting up another through the air. Rampaging George Thomas scored twice to run his seasonal total to 1 1 7 points. His long 90-yard gallop in the second half was the longest rushing play in the history of the team. Thomas ' other score was a 4-yard surge which gave OU its 1st touchdown in the initial period. Bobby Goad ' s stirring catch of a Lindell Pearson pass, a 25-yard sprint by Heath and 58-yard scamper by Royal and a 52-yard run by Pearson with Ken Tipps kicking five extra points out of six accounted for the other points. The Sooners ' first string line, all of which played their last game, was superb. To completely overshadow the Aggies in the air-lanes, R(nal and Arnold both threw siz- zling passes which connected more than half the time and Pearson let loose one aerial for a touchdown. Art Janes A Sooner drive is stopped just short of the midfield stripe by the Aggies. i First Roiu: Student Manager Joe Hamilton, Stanley Grossman, Vernon Turner, Paul Merchant, Jack Angel, Dub Berry, Assistant Coach Jerome " Shocky " Needy. Second Roir: Student Manager Cliff Stone, Wayne Glasgow, John Rogers, Jim Terrell, Ted Owens, Walter Morris, Don Leake, Head Coach Bruce Drake. Third Roiv: Charles Pugslev, Wayne Speegle, Bill Waters, Marcus Freiberger, Sherman Norton, J. D. Cole, Student Manager Joe Crowder. lilBJSinBULSfiSBi A fast start — a disastrous sag in mid-season — then a fast finisli. That was tlic I ' H ' )-30 (Oklahoma basketball team which won 12 games, lost 10 and tied for fourth in the Big Seven Conference. An unprecedented nui of injuries that took a larger casualt toll this past season than in any other three years since Bruce Drake became coach struck the Sooners in the semi- final game of the Big Seven tournament at Kansas City in December, spoiling their chances to go places with their senior team. Before the wounded began to fall, in windrows, the .Sochkts looked great. .Among tiieir December conquests was C.C.N. ' . of c v ork Cit , ho Liter became National Col- legiate champions of both national tnnrn.imciUs, and whom Oklahoma defeated 67-6J with a thrilling comeback in the la t half at .Madison .Square (i.inlen in ew ' ork City. J-XtK A.-JCKI, Vkrnon ' Ti ' usKx Cm. R1,HS Pl ' OSl.KV tr - ]k ni 5 " il |nii Rogers Staklev Grossman Jim Terrei.i. h The Sooncrs also drubbed Illinois 55—47 at Norman, as well as inflicting a 55—50 defeat on powerful Kansas State in the semi-finals of the Big Seven tourney at Kansas City. The casualties began in that game. Captain Paul " Cat " Merchant sustained a severe " Charley Horse " that was so painful he could only hobble against Missouri in the finals. Merchant didn ' t even go to Lawrence for the Kansas game in early January, and starting his comeback against Missouri at Norman, sustained a cut over his eye that benched him and required six stitches to close. Wayne Glasgow sustained a concussion and a " Charley Horse " in the Kansas City tournament. Center Bill Waters sprained his ankle and re- tired in the first half of the Kansas State game at Norman which the Sooners lost by one point in an overtime period. Waters missed two games. Walter Morris got a " Charley Horse " on each leg, missing the Texas game and much playing time besides. Influenza and colds also kept the squad below physical par. After a disastrous slump through the middle of the season that saw them drop both games to Oklahoma A M, the Sooners braced down the home stretch, inning four of their last five conference games to come from a 2-5 record and finish 6—6, thus preserving Coach Bruce Drake ' s record of never having fallen below .500 percent in conference play in his 12 years of coaching at Oklahoma. Oklahoma licked Nebraska, one of the co- champions, by 16 points on the Nebraska court and in the season ' s finale measured Kan- sas ' s co-champions after an extra period at Norman. The old men t.ike on the youngsters in the Varsity-. ' Mumni game Freiberger hooks a pivot in the Texas game. 3ackbnard play in the Kansas State game. Freiberger moves to take the tip-off. Fast play under the basket. O.l ' . 55, Illinois 47 Drake and assistant coach, jeroina " Shocky " Needy, instituted a brand new offense. It was a perpetual motion affair, noted for its swift and necessarily accurate ball handling. It worked — sometimes. The Sooners began their 1949-50 season in a warm-up encounter against a team composed of former O.U. basketball stars. 2,000 fans thrilled at the sight of old but not forgotten alumni faces as Gerald Tucker, Bill Martin, Paul Courty, Sonny Pryor, and Jimmy McNatt led the oldtimers in spoiling the Sooners ' debut, 46-40. Regular season play began with the invasion of Texas University. Led by towering Alarcus Freiberger ' s 15 points, Oklahoma made hamburger of the young Long- horns, grinding them 64-48. With four field goals out of nine attempts and seven out of eight free throws, Frei- berger had a near perfect evening. His 57-foot field goal, scored just as the first half ended, was perhaps the most- talked about shot niaiie h " a Sooner this season. Defending Big Ten champion, Illinois, was the next Sooner victim. The Drakemen had to lesort to theii coach ' s pet pla ' — " Double Zero " — to wrest victory from the fighting men from Illinois. Merchant, Speegle, and Morris scored on the play in the final minutes to gain the 55 — 17 victory. It was a i(iiii;h contest with a total of 55 personal fouls. The contest was decided on fouls since each team scored 17 field goals. High man for the Soon- ers was forward Wa ne Glasgow, who led the team scoring throughout the season and woimd u|i third in tin- conference in the |ioint-procuring art. Illinois turned the tables in a return niatcli at Champaign. Glasgow ' s 14 points led both teams in scoring, but complete donu ' nance in rebounding gave the lllini a 57-47 victorx. The Sooners went Fast to defeat highl -Muted C " it Walter Morris SUKRMAS ' N ' oRTdV 1 Fast pla in the third quarter against Ciiloradu. Jack " Red " Hughes taking the pass. Start of a backboard shot by Morris in the Missouri game. College of New ork in a Madison Square Cjaiclen contest that had basketball-uise New York sportswriters throwing rave notices at Bruce Drake, the new offense and the Sooner team. Freiberger and his alternate center, Waters, turned in first class re- bounding jobs as the Drakemen won, 67-63. Merchant, who led the scoring with 20 points, was acclaimed by sportswriters as the fanciest floorman to perform there this season. C.C.N.Y. later won the national championship. The elated Sooners bypassed Christmas vacation to compete in the pre-season confer- ence tournament at Kansas City. Tabbed as favorites, they almost repeated their vic- tory of the previous year and probably would have had it not been for so many injuries. Missouri captured the bauble in the finals with a last-minute 2-point victory after Oklahoma had defeated Iowa State 66-57 and Kansas State, 55—50, in preliminary games. Kansas University was the first conference opponent and this game was the begin- ning of the mid-season decline. Lovellette, the towering Jayhawk asthma-victim, scored 29 points, to lead Kansas to a 56-50 win. Freiberger scored 24 for Oklahoma. Captain Merchant didn ' t play. The Sooners snapped back momentaril to break Missouri ' s nine-game winning streak and gain sweet revenge for the defeat in the finals of the Kansas City tourney. The joy was short-lived as Kansas State, led b ' Rick Harman, took a 43-42 over- time decision. Oklahoma led imtil the final two minutes only to be defeated by Har- man ' s clutch shooting. O.U. interrupted conference play to play their country cousins up north to the largest crowd in Stillwater history, 9,600. No other records were approached unless it was the number of fouls assessed in the slipshod, ragged contest. The Cowpokes took this one, 45-37. Colorado added to the misery with a 46 — 1-3 victory on the Sooners ' home court. Glasgow led the Drakemen in scoring and continued his scoring habit with 21 markers against Texas at Austin the following week. This was the second victors oxer the Steers and Texas bowed 55-45 despite a .second half rally. On February 4th, Oklahoma suffered a crushing 91-68 loss to Kansas State at Man- Wayke Glasgow Page 421 Free hall under the Illinuis ba ket. Waters and Leake for Oklahoma. Walter Morris moves in on a fast break pla against Missouri. hattaii. It was the greatest number of points scored against Oklahoma in the history of basketball at the school, and also the highest point total in a conference game. Kansas State shot superbly, coming from behind a ten-point Sooner lead. With the pressure of the conference race lifted from their shoulders, the Sooners loosened up and again dis- played a fine brand of basketball for the remainder of the season. They gained their second loop decision in out- shooting Iowa State at Norman, 63-57. Morris led the scoring but was followed closeh by Glasgow, Speegle, Waters, and Merchant. League-leading Nebraska invaded Norman with Bus Whitehead and led by his 24 points, measured Oklahoma by two points, 57-55. Iowa State bowed to Oklahoma for a third time, and the Sooners might easily have surpas.sed the Fieldhouse scoring of 79 points had not Drake yanked his regulars with almost five minutes left. As it was, the trampled the lowans, 76-48. It took an overtime session to do it, but Oklahoma earned its fourth conference victor) ' sliding past Missouri at Columbia, 45—40. The Sooners were behind most of the game, but inspired rebounding by Vaters and four overtime points by Terrell pulled them through. Glasgow tied the score at 37-37 to send the game into an extra period. Oklahoma ' s next game could be labeled " SNAFU " . It w as a fouled-up replica of the previous O.U.-A. M. clash. The Sooners led in personal fours, but the Aggies got the most first downs to bruise their way to a 48-37 physical victory. It was the first time A. M. swept the two-game series since 1946. Early in the game, Aggie Don Johnson was ejected from the game for taking a roundhouse swing at Speegle. This onl secmeii to incite the Aggies to victory. Marcus [• ' rkiiikkci-r Bii.r. Waters WA K SPKKf I.E Waters catches the Aggies off guard on a push shot from the free throw line. Merchant moves in for a possible rebound. (ilasgow lofts a jump shot over the heads of two startled A. M. players during the third quarter of the home game. Hughes in the foreground. Three games remained on the schedule anil each was to play a vital role in the con- ference playhouse. Oklahoma defeated Nebraska, still leading the league, and with this 64 — 18 runaway at Lincoln, threw the race into a two-way tie between the Husk- ers and Kansas. The Sooners lost their ne.xt game on the road to Colorado, 49- 8, to eliminate themselves from anything more rewarding than a tie for fourth place. This brought the Sooners to the night of March 11th, and a game with Dr. Phog Allen ' s Kansas Jayhawkers at Norman. Kansas State would meet Nebraska the same night. If Oklahoma defeated Kansas, and Kansas State triumphed over Nebraska, the Big Seven season would end with three teams for the lead. That is exactly what happened, with Drake devising a zone defense that limited Lovellette to 9 points, his lowest total of the .season. But the Sooners had to go into overtime to garner their 6th loop win, 52 — 1-9. And so a hectic season ended for Oklahoma ' s hot-ond-cold cagers. The split con- ference honors, 6-6, and had an overall record of 12-10. Plagued by a multitude of injuries all year, they managed to win some of the big games, and played a vital role in conference play. But though team honors were negligible, individuals stood out. Vayne (jlasgow, the Dacoma Demon, proved himself one of the deadliest shooters in the league. He compiled a game average of 13.5 points to finish third in the league, behind Nebraska ' s Whitehead and Jayhawk Lovellette. He led his team in scoring with a total of 298 points scored. His field goal percentage mark of .438 was topped only b Walter Morris ' .462. Glasgow was selected on the all-Big Seven 1st Squad, named to the preseason tournament team. " Cat " Merchant, senior guard and playmaker, will be remembered by Sooner fans as a pass-master extraordinary. He finished fourth in team scoring with 156 points. He was chosen on Look magazine ' s district all-star .squad and was selected to pla on the west team in the all-star benefit basketball game. The team ' s clutch shooter. Walt Morris, led in shooting percentage and placed be- hind Glasgow in total points with 168. Freiberger finished third in pointmaking with 156. Towering Marc held Lovellette, Kansas ace, to two field goals and blanked Jack Shelton, Aggie center. Bill Waters and Spike Speegle round out the top six .scorers. Wedgelike Speegle counted for 147 points, while Vaters trailed him with 101. Waters ' great value this year rested with his rebounding abilit . PAti. Merchant Page 423 IAHJMW JlVhoj ;vtH04 " First Roi:.; lift In right: Travis WiKinton, Boh Stephenson, Roln-rt |tnkin , llrlliert, I.euiv Euhanks, Rav Morgosh. Si-cnnd Roil-: Paul Coiirtv, Walter Morris, Phil McKee, Jack Shirlex, Ciraxilon Sheen, John Davis, Dick Rocklv, Ren Prvor. Thir.i Rok: Hank [ones, Billv Sims, Wince Ouvall, Kill Walters, lim Kirk, F.lton Havis, Jack Baer. msoui Although Coach Jack Bacr had to conipletch reorgan- ize his team after the major leagues had taken their pick from his pre ious team, the Sooners still won 10 and lost 10 for the season. They were second to Kansas in the Big Seven conference at 7-5. (Oklahoma ' s big achievement of the year was to split four games with the all powerful Oklahoma A M nine. Oklahoma started its tour through Texas by losing to 1 CL ' . at Fort Vorth -H. (loing on to Austin, the Longhorns trimmed O.U. 1-5, with the Haermen not earning a single run. The following day, the Texans again defeated the Sooners after they had jumped to an early lead. The Texans tied the game in the sixth inning, and then went ahead to win in the seventh and eighth inn- ings while their pitcher, .Milton Heason, held the Sooners hitless. Final score 5-7. Starting its home .series, O.U. defeated Nebraska 2-0. The next game was a victory over T.C.U. 8-3. O.U. won the two game series from Kansas State 8-5 and 5 — l. ' I ' he last game was a thriller with Delbert Holt, junior from Shawnee, smashing two four-sackers over the fence to cinch the game. Shirley now had his second conference game. Travelling on to Ames, the O.U. nine won the two game series with a complete shutout, the first game 7-0. Catcher Hill Sims was the star of the da with a homer in the seventh inning, with one man on, and three singles for his other times at bat, for a perfect day. They followed ith a 5-.? victory the following day. The Colorado HufTs were the iiiics x ho stopiicd the li e game streak of the Haeriiu-ii, when thc routi ' d ().l . Q-12. The Mui s got an carK (i nni Irail awA ex en with Hob Stephenson ' s iiome run with three men on, O.U. couldn ' t catch up. Coming back for a two game series at Norman, the Sooners split with Missouri 5-7 and 2-1. The powerful Aggie team dealt O.U. its worst defeat of the year when they beat the Sooners -1—12 at Stillwater. Going to Lincoln, the Sooners split two with Nebraska 1-2 and 5 — 1. One of the largest crowds of the baseball season saw the Sooners trim the Aggies 9—2. The final two conference games were with Kansas Jayhawkers, and the jayhawkers knocked the Sooners out of first place, swee|iing both games, 5-7 and .?-6. The Sooners went to Stillwater, and defeated the Aggies once again with a score of 8-5, but the semor powered AiScM nine came back to defeat O.U. - 1 in the last game of the sea.son. Kansas won the Big Seven conference with a 1 1-7 record for a .611 percentage, and O.U. was second with a . S.i for the season. Leading the team in batting tor the ear was shortstop I ob Stephenson with a .. S0 a erage. Jim Kirk, a pitcher, had a .500 average, but he only batted six times during the year, while Ste|ihensori batted 77 times. ' I ' he Sooner pitching staff included Bill Waters, W.ilter Morris, Jack Shirle , I)ann Buirell, Jack Kirk. John Davis, and Klton Davis. This is Coach Jack Baer ' s sixth year as Sooner baseball coach. In l ' H2 his team finished second in the Big Se en, although the lost only one conference ganie. In l ' M() and l ' H7 the Sooners won the Big Sexen conference champion- ship and in I ' HS the Sooners fell to ()th place in thi ' con- ference, only to regain 2nd place in 1 )4 ' . Page 424 THE RECORD O.V 3 ' J-.C.U 8 O.U. 1 Texas Um ' v. 3 O.U. 3 Texas Univ. 7 O.U. 2 Nebraska O.U. 8 T.C.U. . 3 O.U. 8 Kansas State 3 O.U. 5 Kansas State 4 O.U. 7 Iowa State . O.U. 3 Iowa State 3 O.U. 9 Colorado 12 O.U. 5 Missouri 7 o.v. 2 Missouri 1 O.U. 4 Okla. A M 12 o.v. 1 Nebraska O.U. 3 Nebraska 4 O.U. 9 Okla. A .M 2 O.U. 3 Kansas State 7 O.U. 3 Kansas State 6 O.U. 8 AScM . 5 o.v. 3 A M . 11 m HMPilf ' k 0M| j ftki ' - « ; BHB Wm k " ' -- ' ' - f ■ ' mji w »■ m. .. " sl I CriticisMi trnm tlu- l)i-iirli iliiriiif; tin- A. M. gaiiu-. Bull Stcveiisiin takes his cuts under the watchful cif several hundred fans. its iV.r a pt- Ir.illi tlu MuttRld tli, an A. M. run at hmne IK ' tMu 1,U, t,, cut ntf Eubanks scores tnim third on a passed ball at home. Page 425 First Rinc. Irfl In right: Jim Wilkinson, Dirk Jones, Carroll Suickey, Jerr Lemon, Hon ( " ralitrce, Ken Biggins. Si-dind Roij.-: John Jacobs, coach; R. C. Slocum, John Rutherford, Tomm Cira , Jack Lockett, Steve Chambless, Landon Wcstbrook, assistant coach. Third Roil-: Junior Thomas, Jimmy Smith, Merwin McConnell, Bill Carroll, Hill Jacobs, Bill Lambeth, Nate Graham, Jerry Meader. Coach John Jacob started his 2(Sth i ' ar as Sooner track coach, and his Sooners finished the 1949 sea.son with a record of t o w ins and one loss in outdoor dual meets and placed .5th in the Big Seven outdoor meet at Lincoln, Neb. However the Sooners turned in victories in the Kansas and Texas Relays. The Sooners, consistiii " ; almost entirely of sojihomores and jiuiiors, were victorious over Kansas and Arkansas while losing to Oklahoma A M in dual competition. The Sooners made a better showing on the indoor track, coming in 3rd behind Nebraska and Missouri at the Big Se en indoor meet at Kansas City, Mi.s.souri. In indoor dual meets, the Sooners won two and lost two. The team outsped the North Te.xas Teachers and Kansas State track teams, w liiie losing to Nebraska aixl Missouri. ' Ihe Sooners hit their stride in tlie outdoor meets late iji the season. Oklahoma ' s relay quartet of Merwin McCon- nell, (icorge Thomas, Hobo Oilstrap and Tomni) ' Ciray won the Texas 440-yard relay, running it in 42 seconds to best a strong 8-team field. Clair Ma es, sophomore shot-putter, |ii.iced second at 50 ft, 3 . in. In the Kansas Relays, the Oklahoma sprint medlex team ot Hill huobs, McCoimell, Crav luu] .Ands Car came through w ith an unexpected win against some of the best college competition in the nation. McConnell and Gray ran the 220 legs, Jacobs the 440, and Cary held down the 880 spot. The Okiahomans C(i ered the distance in 3:30.3. Bounding Bill Carroll tied for (irst in tile pole vault at 1 4 feet. In tlic liual meet with tile .■ rkansas Razorbacks, Mc- Connell ran the 220-yard dash in 21.5 for first place. Hobo (jilstrap took the low hurdles in 23.7. In tile Hig Seven outdoor meet at Lincoln, Carroll cleared tile bar at 14 feet I inch to set .i ni.-w Big Seven outdoor record. He also jimipe i 14 teet at Los . ' ngeles to tie for second in the National Collegiate meet. Jacobs, R. C. Slocum, Mayes, Carroll, .McConnell. and (lilstrap were chosen on the Big Seven .Ml-Star team which defeated the Southwest Conference all-stars at Kan- sas Citv. The Big Seven won for the first time in 3 years, 81-50. Carroll placed (irst in the pole vault, Jacobs 2nil in the SSO and .McConnell 2nd ,uul (lilstrap 3ril in the liro:id jump. The indoor tract feats ot I ' M ' ' were .livided amon the Sooner track stars, (. " arroll won the pole vault at 14-1 and the high jimip at (i-2 ' .. in the C ' erural (. " (diegiate Page 426 THE RECORD OUTDOOR KKSL i;rs Oklahoma 66 Kansas .... . 6S Oklahoma . . 87 j Arkansas .... . 43 1 . Oklahoma . . 54 Oklahoma A M . INDOOR RESULTS . 72 Oklahoma . . . 84 North Texa.s Teacher . . 19 ' ... Oklahoma . 32- - Missouri .... . 71 ' i Oklahoma . . 37y2 Nebraska .... . 66 ' . Oklahoma 66J T Kansas State . 37 ■ Conference meet at East Lansing, L ' ch. Carroll ' s record shattering vault of 14-1 broke the .Michigan State Field- house record and uas easily the best mark ever made by an Oklahoma athlete in that event. Also Jim Finley set a new L ' niversity indoor record of 7.5 seconds for the 60- yard high hurdles and Hobo Gilstrap established a new standard of 6.9 seconds for the 60-yard low hurdles on the boards at Norman during the Sooners ' indoor meet season. Oklahoma placed third in the Big Seven Conference indoor meet at Kansas City, Mo. McConnell won the broad jump at 24 feet, Gilstrap w on the low hurdles in 7 seconds, and Jacobs was second in the mile and fifth in the 880 while Carroll was second in both the pole vault and high jump. . ' ii uiiidi-ntififd hopeful K ' vcs it the " olil (.cilk-ge tr under the watchful eye of Landon Westbrook, assistant coach. Start of a time trial on Oklahoma ' s indoor track. Left In right: McConnell, Jacobs, Slocum, Smith, Carroll. Jimm Smith warms up on the low hurdles. Smith is also a high hurdle and hroati jumper. Charles Coleman takes the last turn of a 440 warm-up. No connection with po ters in the background. Page 427 Ken Biggins, Jim Wilkinson, R. C. Slocum, Rav Burns, Bill Jacobs. Ll__. CeiSHDIilB! Coach John Jacobs ' Sooner cross country team turned in a duplicate of last year ' s record by splitting four dual meets and placing second in the Big Seven conference finals during the fall season of 1949. Paced by amiable Bill Jacobs, the Sooners turned in victories over Colorado and Kansas State while dropping narrow-margin losses of 1 point to Texas A M and Oklahoma A M. In the Big Seven conference, Okla- homa followed a three-year precedent in placing second behind Kansas University. Jacobs, son of the Sooner coach, was easily the standout of this year ' s team. He placed first in all four dual meets, third in Big Seven competition, and established a new school record of 9 :32.2. The former record of 9 :.37 was set by (lien Dawson in 1932. R. C. Slocum, Tulsa, filled the number two slot with two seconds, a third, a fourth, and a seventh in the Big Seven. Kenneth Biggins, Okmulgee, Ray Burns, Tulsa, and Jim Vilkinson, Fairview, completed the well-rounded squad. The Sooners opened the season against Colorado over the two-mile course at the South Base. Oklahoma took four of the first five places, to chill the Buf?s, 12-25. Shooting for upsets, the Sooners bowed to strong Texas A M and Oklahoma A .M teams to the heart-breaking tunes of 27-28. Both meets were run over muddy tracks and in a cold, drizzling rain. In the last dual meet of the season, the Sooner harriers defeated Kansas State, 16 to 20. Jacobs, Slocum and Wilkinson took first, second and fifth places respectively. I-5urns placed eigiith and Biggins ninth. Start of Oklahoma-Colorailii dual meet. Oklahoma took first three plac Jacohs, Sl.icum, Wilkinson. m.. w.: JL Hill Jacnhs warms up luloTe a meet. ■ yiFij jjfLU Finl Rmc. Icfl In iiglil: Hill Hi.rilfrs, Ernie Mehlhnni, tJeorge Jackson, CJrvilie Vi .e, Jacli Blubaugh. Second Roiv: Larry Cntton, Kenneth Watson, Leonard Marcotte, Jim Keith, mana- ger; Joe Butler, Bart Skaggs, Fredciv Marks. Wrestling was climaxed during the 1949-50 season by the Sooner squad in a sensational climb from nonenity to the Big Seven Conference championship in n period of two years. Coach Port Robertson ' s fiery grapplers turned in a rec- ord of six wins over three losses in dual matches against some of the toughest competition in the nation. Iowa State, Colorado A AI, Colorado State, Colorado, Kansas State and Nebraska were turned away. The Sooners bowed to Iowa State Teachers College, national cham- pions, and twice to their always strong cross-state ri als, Oklahoma A M. The Sooners finished the season with the following lineup: Bill Borders of Tulsa at 121, Jack Blubaugh of Ponca Cit ' and Orville Wise of Tulsa at 128, Ernie Mehlhorn of Tulsa at 136, Kenneth Watson of Geary at 136 and 145, George Jackson of Tulsa at 145, Leonard Marcotte of Purcell at 155, Joe Butler of Tulsa at 165 3eauty and the licast tike the forms of Watsi n and J ickson m warm-up. and Jim Weathcrall of Hooker in the heavyweight class. The Big Seven championship matches saw Oklahoma not onl walk a a - with the team title but with four of the se ' en indivicUial trophies. Marcotte repeated his per- formance of I ' HS in winning the 155 classic. Borders, Jackson and Butler were the other Sooner survivors. At the National CAA tournament held in Cedar Rap- ids, Iowa, Borders placed fourth in the 121 class and Blu- baugh took third place honors at 128. Individual scoring for the regular season was Marcotte 26, Borders 23, Butler 19, Watson and Jackson 14, Wise 13, Blubaugh and Mehlhorn 11, and Skaggs and Weath- erall 3. At the A.A.U. meet held in Oklahoma City among freshman squads in the state, the Sooner beginners took top honors. This was the first defeat for the Aggies in the last fi e ears. Marcotte n hcel-harnnv s an Aggie in the first period. lEHIS AI.e Rris , Milton McCullough. Charles Cunningham, Dick Lord, C;lcn Lord, Art Barnes, Bill Talbot, Jim Arnold. Walt Mead, coach. Coach Walt Mead ' s power packed Sooner tennis team piled up an impressive record of 18 wins against only one loss in dual meets and finished first in the Big Seven Con- ference play-offs during the 1949 season. The Meadmen won a total of 105 individual matches during the season while dropping only 18. Top-seated raclcetman was Jack Stuart of Shawnee who won 18 and lost 1. The rest of the well balanced squad was composed of Charles D. Cunningham, Jack Ciriggs, Jerry Bridgett, (juy Ewton, Abe Ross, and Stanley Draper. In the Big Seven Conference pUnoffs, the Sooners won all se en singles matches and the two doubles matches while piling up a total of 21 points. This point score was the total possible in the meet. The Sooners opened the season with victories over Southeastern State Teachers College, 6-0; Central State, 7-0; and Southern Meth- odist, -1, on the home courts west of Owen Field. They then p.uked for a road trip through Texas which resulted in wins over Texas AVesleyan, 6-0; Baylor, 7-0; and the lone Sooner loss of the season to Texas, perennial Southwest Conference kings, 0-6. On the home courts, the Sooners again swung into stride by blasting the visiting firemen from Nebraska, Kansas and Houston vith scores of 6—1, 6—1, 5-1. Tak- ing to the road for the second time, Colorado, Denver and Colorado A. M. were pushed off the courts in a clean sweep of the Rocky Mountain circuit with scores of 7—0, 7-0. and 9-0. The last home stay of the Sooners saw two state and one Big Seven rival fall by the wayside; East Central of Ada, 5-1 ; Nebraska 6-1 ; and Oklahoma A. M.. 5-1. Individual road trips for the remainder of the season gave the Sooners return victories o er intrastate rivals, Tulsa, 6-1; Southeastern State, -1—2; Central State. 6-0; and the A. - M. Cowboys, 4-2. Charles CiiiHiinnlKiin Alie Ross puts all h Richard Norvillc, Wade Wal- ker, Paul Merchant, Wayne Speegle, E. J. Rogers, Jr., Owen Fanner, Rruce Hrake, cnach. Coach Bruce Drake ' s relatively inexperienced golt team won three out of six dual meets, finished second in Big Seven tournament play and made a clean sweep of the Third Annual Colorado Invitational (lolf Tournament during the 1949 season. With the disadvantages of playing in the limelight of last year ' s team, an all-time Sooner great, the linksmen turned in a better than average season. Wins were posted against Nebraska, Kansas and Kansas State while matches were dropped to Rice and twice to Oklahoma A M in dual meets. In Big Seven tournament play, Oklahoma dropped from last year ' s first place to second this year. trailing Missouri by a close margin. The Sooners were led by Owen Panner, hard-driving stylist and two year letterman from Shawnee. The rest of the well-balanced squad included E. J. Rogers, blond Oklahoma City swingster in the number two slot, A ll- American footballer, Wade Valker, Richard Nor ille, and a couple of Drake ' s off-season basketballers, Paul Alerchant of Tulsa and Wayne Speegle of Oklahoma City. In the Colorado huvitational Tourne the Sooners not onh ' walked away with team honors but also with first and second medalist awards. Panner was medalist for the da ' with a 148 for the 36 holes. Teammate Speegle fur- nished the close competition with a 149 for second place honors. As a team, the Sooners had their greatest day of the season in trouncing their nearest competitor, Deiner U., by 23 strokes. Rogers led the Sooners in their defense of the Big Seven crown with a 153 for the two days ' play. Panner with a 1 S6, Norville, 158, and Merchant ' s 161 placed the Drake- men in second place and a few jioints behind Missouri. Owen Panner, Kniadmciur medalist, concentrates (Jii a Hve-iron shot. Start of a 15-foot putt by E. J. Rofjers on the rniversit ' course. TT TT TT " First Rhix;, left In right: Louis N e u n e r , Haruld BriKhton, Joe (xlander, coach; Jerrv ■prichnrst, Dimald E. Mc- Closky, Chic York. SiitinJ Ruix:: Walter Farr, William S 1 a g e r , Elvin Crowdcr, Adolph DcHoer, Wayne CleKeni. Wallv Cold, Robert Thatcher, Tom ' ick- Coach Joe Glandei ' s Sooner swimmers won their first Big Seven Conference championship of all time March 10 and 11, 1930, when they defeated Iowa State by one point after a thrilling meet in the Sooner pool. The surprising Oklahoma triumph marked the climax of a steady Sooner improvement since (blander became coach here four years ago. His 1947 team won fourth, his 1948 team third, his 1949 team second and his 1950 team overcame the perennial champions from Iowa State. The Cyclones had won the meet eight years in a row besides winning or tying for the swimming championship in 14 of the 17 years it has been held. The Sooner medley relay team cinched the triumph when it won the final event on the program. Elvin Crowder, Big Seven backstroke champion at both 100 and 150 yards, churned to a 5-yard lead which both Bill Sloger and Walter Farr held in their breaststroke and free style legs. Farr probably swam the fastest 100 of his life while standing off Dick KLiilman, Iowa State ' s anchor man. Oklahoma swimmer; who won championships xhiliits the form that makes him a fa ar ().( " . swimming meets. • 1 f L 1 ♦ ' " in -r-f- l d Bob Thatcher, who took the 200- ard breaststroke, Don McCloskey, who successfully defended his title in the indi- vidual medle with Crowder, only Sooner in the meet who won two firsts. McCloskey added a couple of second places to Crowder in the backstroke event. Thatcher was second in the 100- yard breaststroke and third in the individual medley. Diver Chic York placed second in the low board event and diver Louis Neuner third on the high board. jerr Driehorst, Tom Vickery, AVayne Clegern and Vall - Cold, each scored valuable points swimming against Iowa State in free style races. Final team score was Oklahoma 97, Iowa State 96, Nebraska 29j , Colorado 25 and Kansas 7. Scores of dual and triangular meets for the season were; Oklahoma 40— Texas A • M 35 Oklahoma }i — Colorado 3 0 — Wyoming I Oklahoma 58 — Kansas 24 Oklahoma 42— Nebraska Ih— S.M.L ' . 40 Oklahoma 24 — Texas 60 A tense moment before the gn 1 ' jiM yii Ri cMbHB|H| IQh HMfe HmHH ■I B f ' irsi Rwu.-, U-ft til right: Max Parks, Mrs. Lois Watson secretary, Ben G. Owen, Paul V . Keen Chairman, Hewev Luster, Jeralil Fiistcr, Felix Lorsornin. Second Roi - Bill Lawrence, Lee Allen Smith, Dan Lriftis, Charlie Hdover, Charles White, Charles, Henry The primary function of the Department of Intra- mural Athletics is to extend all benefits of organized ath- letic competition to male students of the entire University body. To this end, participation is encouraged in a well- rounded 24-event program for which facilities, equipment and personnel are provided. " Every participant a winner. " That is the goal toward which Paul ' . Keen, chairman of the department, and his assistants, Hen Ci. Owen, professor of physical education, and Dewe Luster, associate profes.sor of intramural ath- letics, are working as they plan and supervise the exten- sive Intramural Sports Program for O.l . men. Mr. Keen explains, " We are more interested in men partici- pating than in the outcome of the games played. Clame rules are designed and game supervision is provided to protect players from injury while they pile up big scores for themselves in fiui, skill, stamina and sportsmanship. Kappa Sijjma defeats Delta Chi in the tnvich football quarterfinals. Apache, Class B T.iucl K..othall rhaiiipioi m |5 If-Jl? ' if H Ji tsi E V 1 -• - Mi u J Thct;i Kappa Phi and Clcxclaiul Hiiijse tangle in quartcrtinal haskethall playcjtfs Vc w ant them to relax and renew themselves. We : iM them to enjin the spirit of game competition and gain greater courage to meet all kinds of competition. We hope that intramural players will, through practice, develop a fondness for sports which will carry over and serve in later life as a wholesome recreation for their leisure time. In this program, every participant should be a M ' inner. " Interest in a campus-wide sports program developed in the early days of the University in the form of inter-class competition. Then, in the fall of 1925, Ben G. Owen, then the Sooner football coach, originated, organized and nurtured Intramural Athletics. There were five sports at that time, football, baseball, basketball, track and horseshoes. Only fraternities competed, independent teams being unheard of. By 1928-29 the number of men participating had increased from 236 to 970. Independents were organized and boxing, golf and tennis had been added. For Intramurals, 1929-30 was a boom year when the entire system was re-organized. Mr. Keen, varsity wrestling coach at that time, was named director of intramurals, and the point system now in use was introduced. Six new sports were added and a student managerial system formed. That ear there were 1,624 men competing. Toda , twenty ears later, there are over 5,000 students taking part in the Intramural Program, which reaches a greater percentage of the student body than that of any other department of the University. The faculty chairman has directly in his charge, four Senior student managers, six Junior student managers and any needed nimiber of Sopho- more managers, all of whom arc appointed by the Intramural Board, consisting of the Chairman of Intramural Athletics, his staff and Senior and Junior managt-rs. Each of the 55 organizations not competing, fra- ternity, IMA, and independent, has a manager who is held responsible for his team entrance in the athletic competitions and for team and indi- vidual member eligibilit under by-laws requirements. The Intramural Department awards handsome team trophies to high- point organizations, and gold, silver and bronze medals are given to the winnei ' s in tile individual exents for first, second and tiiird places, re- spectively. s and the sp..iK— Si rna Alpha Hpsihi rhampinnship Mjttliall team. John Canaris thnivvs a right tn the jaw ot Lawrence Cimk. Kingfisher sccires cm a tip-itt against Colniiial in first niunil matches. Page 435 Natural 7, Class " A " Intramural Basketball champs IMIIlfiUS Intramural facilities mcltide: 12 Sottball Diamonds 12 Touch Football Fields 21 Tennis Courts 6 Four-wall Handball Courts 4 Basketball Courts 1 Track 1 Swimming Pool 1 Ciolf Course 1 Club House All needed eciuipnient is nxailable at the Intramural Office and ma ' be checked out for use by players. Referees for the games are furnished by the Department. Quoting Dr. George L. Cross, President of the University of Oklahoma, " You ' ll be a winner if intramurals are included on your schedule. It is through a balance of work and recreation that your sta at the University of Oklahoma will be rich and meaningful. " The Intramural Staff for the school year of 104 ' )-?0 were as follows : Paul . Keen, Chairman ; Ben G. Owen and Dewey Luster, Assistant Chairmen ; Jerry Foster, Felix Losornio, Max Parks, and Herbert Smith, Senior Managers ; Bill Bryan, Charlie Hoover, Bill Laurence, Henry Presson, Lee Allen Smith, and Charlie White, Junior Managers; Paul V. Keen, Col. J. J. Waters, Frank Morris, Herbert Smith (Student), Lonnie Huddleston, Savoie Lottinville, Paul MacMinn. and William F. O ' Brien (Student), Faculty Council. Student leadership is encouraged in the adminstration of the play; faculty guidance, rather than faculty dominance, is the rule. This is an ideal set-up as a proving ground for dem- ocracy — sports for all — playing instead of watching. Delta Chi and Natural 7 plav in the Class " A " Intramural basketball finals. Potential (lead eves trv their skill at intramural hurseshoe; Hill Hathaway shows Rood form in intramural paddkball. First Roil. ' , left to right: Marjorie (iihbs, Marilvn Klicuer, I ' at Stath, Aim Thasgaril. S,-ionJ Ro-zi. - Lucille LaSalle, Mary WilliartiN Phyllis Philp, Ruth Ann Clark, Sally Bebb, Shirley Lyki E ery woman student is automatically a member of the Women ' s Recreation Association. Its purpose is to pro- mote a higher physical efficiency and broader recreational interest. All women students are classified under the gen- eral membership of WRA and are entitled to attend an - WRA recreational activity. Active membership consists of those women who belong to one of the ten WRA clubs. These clubs include Arch- ery, Badminton, Ducks, Dusty Travelers, Orchesis, Rack- et, Swing, Sooner Sashay, Timber Criusers, and Seasonal Sports. All active members are eligible to vote in the election for the executive officers, and only active members may hold an office on the executive board. 1 he executive board is composed of the president, vice- president, secretary, treasurer, social chairman, assistant social chairman, intramural manager, assistant intramural manager, presidents of the WRA clubs, and the facult advisor. Officers for 1949-50 are: President, Pat Stath; ' ice- President, Marilyn Kliewer; Secretary, Ann Thaggard ; Treasiu ' er, AIo ( jibbs ; Intramural Manager, Phyl Philp; Assistant Intramural Manager, Ruth Ann Clark; Social Chairman, Shirley Lykins; Assistant Social Chairman; Alice Bebb; and Historian, Mary Lou Williams. Miss Lucile LaSalle is the faculty siionsor. Activities this ear have included a Blue Jean Jamboree for the freshmen women in the fall, presentation of the intramural awards for the first and second semesters, and participation in the Oklahoma Athletic Federation of Col- lege Vomen which sponsors a business meeting and five Sports Days with other colleges throughout the state. The Seasonal Sports Club functions with the four major seasonal sports programs. Its purpose is to develop a greater degree of skill in hockey, olleyball, basketball and Softball. From this club the best pla ers in these four sports are selected to play on teams which represent the Lniversity at the Sports Day held at various schools throughout the state. This organization serves the uni- versity by taking individuals with talent and interest and developing them into a varsity team. Miss Lucille C. La- Salle, assistant professor of Physical Education, acts as the club ' s sponsor. Seasonal Sports Club BadmintDH Club 1. I I Swiiin ( ' lull 1 hf li.iiimiiuon Club is open to any bo or girl interested in pla ing the game. This year there are 26 active members attending the meetings on Thurs- day at the Field House, uhere eight courts are available for practice. .Members participate in the Soiitheuestern a nd Oklahoma Badminton Tourna- ments which are held every . ear. The rackets are furnished by the University and the University, also, furnishes transportation to the tournaments. Elaine Mjoset is the club ' s sponsor and Monta Mae Chapman is the president. Other officers for the year include Frances Lay, trea.surer, and Peggy Hollis, reporter. This club was originally organized for women students only but has since been opened to men students. It originally Mas intended as a club for only those who were skilled in the sport, but is now open to an one who is interested in bad- minton. 1 he Ducks Club is composed of all women in the Lni ersity who are interested in swimming. " Tryouts " are held at the beginning of each year for all those who wish to join. With previous weeks of hard work, careful planning and good supervision, the club presented the annual water pageant this year in March. " Swim and Sway " was a rhythmic water pageant with strokes and stunts set to music of the ten most popular tunes on campus. Under the efficient leadership of its officers. Ducks Club has progressed to the position of one of the most active groups on campus. The president is Susanne Abbott; vice-president, Phyllis Philp; treasurer, Jean Monnett; recording secretary, Ann Thaggard ; corresponding secretary, Mo Gibbs; and historian, Gerry Throgmorton. Miss Carole Hass is the club ' s capable sponsor. The Swing Club is a year-roimd organization. It has as its purpose the promotion of interest in golf among the women students on this campus. For the year 1949-50, the group boasted some eighteen members. Membership in the Swing Club is attained h tryouts which are held in the fall and spring. In- dividuals who have completed two semesters of golf instruction may try out by displaying their ability in making various shots. Those who have not taken two semesters of instruction must play nine holes with a Swing Club member and shall make a score ot ( 2 or less. Retiring officers ot the Swing C ' lub are: Barbara -Mol , president; Marjorie (libbs, vice-president; Kathlyn Roberts, secretary and treasurer. Miss Maurinc Howling Is the club sponsor. Page 438 anes The Racket Club is composed ot I iii cisit ot Oklahoma women students inteieste l in tuitheriiin their techniques and skills in tennis. Mcmbershiii is obtained through tryouts held early in the fall and spring. Meetings are held once a week on the terniis courts and matches are played at this time if the weather permits. In the spring the members of the Racket Club serve as umpires for the Intcrscholastic Tennis Tournament. Each member must pass the officials ' rating test in order to serve as an official in interscholastic play. Miss Katherine Culbert is the capable club sponsor. Officers which are elected each year include a president, secietaiy and treas- urer, W. R. A. representative, and a nianagei ' for the club tournament. Orchesis is the organizatioji of the Uni ersity of Oklahoma campus which is interested in promoting modern dance. The name comes from the old (ireek word which means " to dance " . At the present time Orchesis has a membership of some twenty-five girls. Every Christmas the group presents the " Juggler of Notre Dame, " a traditional French story, which tells of a poor juggler ' s greatest gift to the Ma- donna. Each spring Orchesis has its annual recital at which dances of all types and moods arc pre- sented. In addition, the club presents dances for various organizations, both on and off campus, dur- ing the year. Miss Helen Gregory is the club ' s sponsor and choreographer. Miss Gregory designs the costumes worn in all the programs, also. Orche- sis is one of the older clubs in the Vomen ' s Recre- ational Association. ' I he Sooner Sashay Club w as organized for the purpose of furthering interest among college stu- dents in the American Folk Dance. The group is co-recreational. The membership is open to anyone who enjoys dancing for recreation and desires to become a member of the group. Meetings are sched- uled twice each month with a program of square dancing and round dances of early American origin such as the Schottische, Polka, and the Two-Step. Put ' our Little Foot, Black Hawk Waltz, Texas Star. Birdie in the Cage, and many other folk dances are enjoyed by the members of the club. Members ha e a lot of fun learning these new dances and at first, they make a lot of mistakes. It it not long, however, before everyone is swinging through the dances in perfect rhythm. Betty Wilson is the club ' s W.R.A. council representative. Miss Virginia Morris serves as club sponsor. Page 439 Intramural ( Timber Cruisers The aim of the Intramural Program is to offer to every ijirl in the University an opportunity to play and have fun through competitive voluntary participation in selected sports. The Council consists of faculty advisors and stu- dents who represent each of the competitive units on the campus. The work of this Council is to assist in the con- duct of intramural activities by determining and enforcing the policies of the program. Timber Cruisers, the girls riding club, is open to an_ woman on the campus. Members rent horses at their own convenience and expense from Giles ' Stables and ride east of town on roads around the lake and through wooded areas. Instruction is provided by the club and a riding ring near the stables is used for instruction and practice purposes. Miss Dorothy White sponsors this club. iJJ, (Ills The Archery Club was organized to provide an op- portunity for practice for all students interested in this sport. It is one of the several organizations in WRA that is co-recreational. The club meets only in the spring and fall when the members can go out to the range for target practice. Equipment is furnished by the Women ' s Physi- cal Education Department. Instruction is available, if needed, from Miss Elaine Mjoset, the club ' s sponsor. The Archery Club members often hold tournaments among themselves during their weekly practice sessions as well as participate in tournaments with other clubs from different schools in the area. Members may use the archery equip- ment at any time it is not being used by the Physical Ed- ucation classes. For out-of-door enthusiasts. Dusty Travelers is the ideal WRA club. " Shoe Leather Express " (hiking), bi- cycling, and roller skating are modes of transportation used by the Travelers. The purpose of this club is to de- velop a greater appreciation of the out-of-doors and to improve the camping techniques of its members. This or- ganization is open to every girl on the University of Okla- homa campus who has an interest in its activities. Dusty Tra elers ' members spent a busy year during this second year of the club ' s history. Business meetings were held during early morning breakfast meetings, picnics, and sev- eral other outings. .All members of the women ' s physical education department sponsor this club. Hiistv Tr.Tvi ' lcrs Hit SIflH Of IHf UOIVfeSIIY. It is here that the youiijf citizens of our state s et the foundation of tolerance and social understanding whicli leads to broader knowledge and sound judgment that will build the citizens of tomorrow. Tlie newest citizens of our university state were provided tor by the open- ing of the Women ' s Quadrangle in the fall semester, liie futu ramie housing unit has given many freshman women their hrst ail venture into the art of living. All of the organized Jiouses stimulate college ideals of student life and mairitain iiigh social standarils lor the col- lege community, (iood college citizenship is the preparation lor good citizenship in the larger State. Frish iiiiii U ' fj iirn siipfi y ti iip c lift lo the (Jitittr L ' junt f of the If oiinii ' s Oiiiulnuu lc to fit in with thi t tiy siirroumlingi. Tilt cafeteria gives the quadrangle girls an excuse fur making a lireak in their s tudies for relaxatiim. I ' l ' is in the dorm, fraternity and sorority house that the new and old students gain one of their greatest experiences in human relations. They must learn to live in harmony with people of varying interests and backgrounds. Lasting friendships and memories are fashioned from participation in the activities centered around the students ' new " home " . Parties, dances, in- formal get-togethers, bull sessions, plus the guiding hand of the more mature " old-timers " are the integral parts of dorm or house life in the university state. It is the students " campus home-life that must fill the gap left vacant in the academic curriculum of the univer- sity. I ' i Kap| a Alpha (luick Raymond gives vav td a few da iheanis in the privacy of his o«n r «ini. rti ' HiLENimiNni Caroivv C ' dbr, President " We, the tratiMnit muiergraduate members, stand for good scholarship, for the guardians of good health, for whole-hearted cooperation with our college ' s ideals for student life, for the maintenance of fine social standards and the ser ing to the best of our ability, our college coni- niunitv. (lood college citizenship in the larger world of alunmas da s is the ideal that shall gm ' de our chapter activities. " Ve, the fraternity women of America, stand for pre- [laration for service through character building inspired in the close contact and the deep friendship of fraternity life. To us fraternit) ' life is not the enjoyment of special privi- leges but an opportunitv to prepare for wide and -ise human service. " This is the National Pan-Hellenic Creed, and as such is the aim of the Women ' s Pan-Hellenic Association of the University of Oklahoma. The history of the Oklahoma L ni ersit Pan-Hellenic Council dates back to 1912. It serves as a governing body for all inter-sorority activities and now representatives from thirteen sororities serve on that board. To better acquaint all sorority members with Pan-Hellenic, a third person was added to the previous two representatives from each sorority that attend the meetings twice a month. Now the group consists of the president, rush chairman and rotating alternate from everv house. First Riiii-, tifl til iigl t: Doio(h Triiex, Canilyii C ' lilih, Patty Culleii, Jo Ann Crawford, Cloa ' S ' ager. Seiond Roiv: Detiyse Stigler, Emily Catliii, Jean .Mattox, Verna L. Frye, Mary . . Bridal, Charlotte Bordman, Phyllis Bynum. Third Row: Doris J. Mead, Rose M. Pratt, Jeannic ahlherg, Wilburta Cartwright, Barbara P ' lliott, Anne CJilhert. Fourth Row: Mary L. Sarber, Joan Brittain, Jean Johnson, Virginia Smith, Carol Howell, Margaret Jones, Carol L. Freeman, Mary L. Allen, Beverly Byrne. I Page 446 Lejl In right: Rose Marie Pratt, Jeanne ' ahlherg, Phvllis Byiuim, Canilyn Cobh, Mary I.cnj Sarher, Margaret Jnnes Heading the organization this past year has been the Counselor of Women, Miss Dorothy Truex, as sponsor; Carolyn Cobb, Cjamnia Phi Beta, as president ; Patti Cullen, Delta Gamma, as vice-president ; Cloa Yager and Pat jMcCright, Alpha Gamma Delta, as secretaries; Joan Crawford, Chi Omega, as treasurer. The officers are to- taled each year among the various sororities following the order in which each was established on the campus. The president of Pan-Hellenic is selected by the girls in the house scheduled to have a president, the other officers are those representatives that attend council meeting. Projects this year have been many and varied. During the first and second semesters several meetings were de- voted to a workshop program whereby the president, pledge trainers, rush chairmen, social chairmen, the schol- arship chairmen and the alumnae advisors of each of the sororities met in separate groups and discussed the prob- lems subject to their own particular duties and the prob- lems of Pan-Hellenic. Pan-Hellenic this year gave five §50 scholarships to worthy independent women. The recipients were selected according to scholarship, participation and need. Another Council project was the financial adoption of a war child through the Foster Parents ' Plan for War Children. -Money for man) ' of these projects was raised during the Style Show held at the Vomen ' s Quadrangle. Pan- Hellenic Council also collected old clothes and gave them to deser ing college girls. The Junior Pan-Hellenic Association was formed in 1944. It has proved to be valuable training in Pan- Hellenic work and has given the pledges an opportunity to learn about sorority as a w hole. Those attending Juni- ior Pan-Hellenic are the pledge president, regular rep- resentative and one alternate. The officers are .selected also in accordance to sorority founding on the campus. The president this year was Betty Sizemore, Alpha Phi ; vice-presedent, Jo Jane W are, Gamma Phi Beta; secre- tary, Sally Matthews, Delta Cjamma. and treasurer, (jloria Yetman, Alpha Gamma Delta. Throughout the year, plans are made for the annual spring Pan-Hellenic Retreat which lasts one entire day. Following the Retreat when definite rush rules for the next year will be explained, final work will be completed on the Pan-Hellenic Rush Booklet that explains the Uni- versity of Oklahoma and sorority to all girls that arc listed for rush. The Pan-Hellenic Council by its various work seeks to establish a close cooperation among the thirteen sor- orities. Pan-Hellenic each ) ' ear contributes to the liifterent charitable groups on the campus, such as the Red Cross and the March of Dimes. The sororities spon.sor projects to raise money for these groups during their drives. Pan-Hellenic is divided into different functioning bodies. Each regular member of Pan-Hellenic takes an active part on one of these committees. Some of these committees are the investigations committee which is the di.sciplinary committee. As an example this committee draws up disciplinary measures for approval in Pan-Hel- lenic. Careful work of these committees greatly alleviates the work of Pan-Hellenic. Other committees of import- ance are scholarship, rush, projects, social, publications, and public relations. Page 447 Al|ili:i Clii Omega, one of the oldest national tra- ternities tor women, was founded at DePauw Uni- versity, Gieencastle, Indiana, on October 13, 1885. Ihe girls of the golden lyre claim the red carnation as their flower and scarlet and olive green as their colors. The Alpha Chi house at 103 West Boyd is g raciously presided over by Mrs. Ciuy ' . Curfman. Psi ' s 34th ear was a big one. Organization offi- cers include Margaret W ' ilkins and Dean Rogers, president and vice-president of Hestia ; Marilyn Davis, vice-president of Freshman " " ; Jo Ann Busey, (lamma Alpha Chi treasurer, and Hassell Grimes, president of Gamma Alpha Chi, publicity chairman for A.W.S., and a Publications Hoard member. " Who ' s Who ' s " Virginia Cannon is a U.A.H. member and A.W.S. secretary. Pat Ward and Gwen Atkinson reigned as Ruf-Neks queen and Lambda Chi Alpha White Rose Queen. Barbara (u-een was chosen a cheerleader. Iar - J. Straw, member of Aljiha Lambda Delta and Mu Phi Kpsi- lon, was named one of the ten outstanding Fresh- man women of 48-49. Alpha Chis copped the Dad ' s Day award for having the most dads present and for !i:i ing the dad who had come the longest distance. I 6i L kaptev " of OFFICFRS Barh.ara Elliott Pat Harston . Makiiav Long L " A rn I i i I. Li-i; V I .Ml ' Cl.IVlOCK President 1st ' ice- President 2nd ' ice- President Secretary treasurer .1 HnilKiia I. Mil lh(i-Vf: Santa ( ' laii is ccuniiiK In tuwn MarilvM Oavis, Helli Kirkpalriek, H.nlKiia l " aii l (Iwiii .Atkinsim can liaiilly wail. llrloK: . lplia Cliis l at Ward. I ' alM llaiMan, Kllen Lar- M M, Dill Savajif ami Hrtli Kii kpati iik Hiul Miini ' thinKs in llu ' Dixir Hall picliircv llial call tni ' liilaiitv. Page 448 Mrs. G. H. Curfman, Housemother B. Gwen Atkinson Beth Ault Marv L. Blount Patsv Bross R. Jane E. Burr Jo A. Busey irginia P. Cannon Carol L. Conrad Dolores B. Davis Marilvn Davis M Marjorie Edrington Anita M Eischeid Barbara I. Elliott Yvonne Elsea M. Carolvn Flow Sally H. Fogarty Verna L. Frye Barbara (Jreen J- Eleanor Green A. Pat C. Harston Joan Jackson Carolyn J ones Beverly NL Jordan Marilvnn Keller E. Beth Kirkpatrick Marion Kiitch Ellen J. Larsen Catherine R. Lee Mary A. Lehman Carol D. Lipe Marilyn J. Long Barbara Lynn J. Doris F. Meyer Eileen L. Me er Marilvn L. Miller Patric McCli ia inl F. ock Rita F. McDouel lo A. 1 NIcKibben C;winn B. McMahan Claudine T. Peddicord Louise Ponell Helen E. Praeger lohnell Preston Norma J. Ray Shirle Reim y A. C. Dean Rogers Dean Sanger Dorothy J. Savage Beth Slankard Clara Z. Smith Kay F. Steinberger M: Str " V J. aw Pat 1 War d Svbil Wibk. M. er Margaret Wilkins E. Bettv J. Wilson Kathleen G. Worrall Patsy J. Young Page 449 Oldest of the secret sisterhoods for college women, Alpha Delta Pi began as the Adelphean Society at Wesleyan Female College, Macon, Georgia, in 1S31. Looking forward to their 1951 centennial celebration are the 79 active chapters in the U. S. and Canada. ( anima Zeta chapter started the year by listening to former president, Virginia Cobb, and Jack Walls. Phi Gam, as they were married on the Bride and (iroom show. Waynel Hiner and Jack Cook, Phi Knp, followed with a November wedding. June I ' ettus was planning her April wedding to Texas Phi Delt Hrxan Spires. Agnes Dorse. Mary Ed- nuindson, and Donna Johnson received rings from Chuck Suttle, Acacia Jim Snodgrass, and Acacia Ra Jenkins, respectively. Not far behind them were pinmates Patti Garrett and A M Sig Alf Aubrey Killian, Bev Goudelock and PiKA John Baker, Sue Hargrove and Beta ' ic Rood. Flip Ghormley added to her long list of campus activities by serving on the Y Cabinet and becoming Ruf-Nek Queen attendant. Joan Ballard served her second term as student senator. The chapter kept in touch with Anne McSherry in Austria, who was ex- celling in scholarship at the Uiu ' versity of N ' ienna, as she had at OU. famyyia - eta kapter o PI OFFICERS .Anne (jii.hkrt . I ' atti Garrktt c ' F()sti:r . Bi:tt - S. Ci 1)i: . ( !ll()R ll.l■: ■ Aoiv. I ' lnllis Clmini A.n.i ' i Mip . President ' ice- President ' I ' reasurer Secretary Social Chairman , ()|ial l ill,. v, IaIuIK- I.iMtluTs vi-r thai ..ii il.rhil nailv mi llu- llrloK: Kaln, its n.UI mit iiU-, Inil .X.D.I ' In Kit rlii nl tin- winter chill in tidiil nf tliiir tiixplaiv. W ' armiii); h:inil ami (fit arc ii);inia Davis, .Xkucs Horsi-, I.ois Fli|)|n-ii, Uiily Uoiuliiraiil ami CIrrry rhrogini it( ii. Page 450 Mrs. J. M. Jerie J. Carolyn S. Betty J. Phvllis NL Dixie A. Waynel Bettv S. Dingee, Ballard Barrett Bondurant By n urn Clower Cook Cude Housemother Dorothv Virginia J. Betty L. Opal O. Agnes F. Mary L. Merilyn M. Mary F. Davis ■ Davis Dennis Dillon- Dorse Draper Duncan Kdmundson Joan B. Lois J. Nancv A. Pol Iv L. Mary J. Patti Phyllis J. Ann Ellington Flippen Foster Fox Frederick Garrett Ghormley c;ilbert Beverly J. Donna I. Jerry L. Sallv A. Bettv L. D. Sue Carol Bettv J. Goudelock Cirim Guernsey Hanlein Harden Hargrove Higdon Hill Frances V. Donna J. K. Lenelle Pat Mauree n Mariann Dolores J. Pat A. Patricia E. Hurst Johnson Leathers Mosel Mulvey McElhinii ley Owens Phillips Ruark Sara L. I.ou Frances M. Lary J- Pat I. Cerrie B. Barhara L Nan Geraldine Skinner Spur lock Ste vens Stran Ke Suttlc Throgmortun [ " pton Watkins White Page 451 On May 30, 1904, at Syracuse University, eleven women with a vision for a national fraternity founded Alpha Gamma Delta. Since then this vi- sion has grown to become an international group with 63 chapters in Canada and the L nited States. I, psilon chapter was chartered at O.L . on May 2, 1919. Red, bufif and green are Alpha Ciani colors and red and buff roses its flowers. The altruistic work is the financing of personnel training for work ith the cerebral palsied. Outstanding in activities were Mary A. Hridal, Phi Heta Kappa, lortar Board, Vho ' s Who in American Colleges and Universities; Ronnie Elv, Y.W.C.A. President, Mortar Board, AVho ' s Who in American Colleges; Cloa ager, Pan-Hellenic secretary; and Gloria Yetman, Junior Pan-Hellenic treasurer. In sports, the Alpha Gams captured the volleyball championship for the fourth consecutive year. Monta M. Chapman, president of Badminton Club, won the badminton championship for the third time. Norma Hazelwood and Frances La xxon the doubles tennis championship. The fall formal and the Christmas part were outstanding social e ents for the Alpha (lams. Ulpsiion L kapter or H L 1 fl A OFFICERS M. R .AxN Bridal Bon mi: V . i5 i n R . k■l l.R() SniRi.i : joNi-s . ( il.DRI 15(11 I.DIV . I ' resident ' ice- President Secretary Freasurcr Social Chairman . ' -:•,.■ Alph.i c;:ims M:n l.cii SkavUn, MrKI- rii , Slit- Oiittim ami rr aiikic SaiiMviriiKi hopt- sludii)us Iniiks and a liij; stark of liiii)k will takt- earc ot a M-mi-stiT in 15 ininuti ' s. Uilou:- It ' s Monta Mac Cliapinai liij; Alpha Ciam candy caiu-. a l it 111 the Page 452 Mrs. Alice Reynolds, Housemother Gloria A. Bouldin Marv A. Bridal Reba J. Butcher Jo Ann Cainey Doris W. Casey Barbara Castecl Bettie H. Casteel Monta M. Chapman Bettv R. Collins Margaret Con ley Diane Corbin Marv J. Crawford Joann M. Crews Patricia L. Davis C;reta A. Dean Carol J. Driskill Sue Dutton Bonnie J. Ely Carolyn Fraker N ' ancv M. Gambill Pat Gentry Drusilla D. Griffin Peggy J. Hollis Juliana Hudson Becky D. Jefferies Shirley E. Jones Sandra Klostermyer Lu Anne Larkins Frances Lay Beverly A. Lester Patricia D Lester Dolores Lyerla Ina L. Mackin J. Martin Dorthea Morris F. Merrilee Myers Pat A. McCright Barbara NL McElroy Louise McElroy J. Ray McLaughlin Patricia A. McLean Barbara W Patterson Ann Powledg e Dianne Rextord ludith H. Ryder Frankie G. Sanseverino Barbara Scruggs Mary L. Skavlen Doris J. Steffee J " - A. Stewart Jacquelyn V. Tucker Mary Vance A. Ma W ' h rgaret te M. Dorothy L. Jane A. Wilson Worley Gloria A. Vetman Page 453 Alpha Phi sumiity w as foundeil at the L iiiversity of Syracuse 77 years ago. Phi Chapter was organ- ized on the O.U. campus in the summer of 1917. The Alpha Phis have been busy showing O.U. to their new housemother, Mrs. Ross Campbell, who came to them from Oklahoma A. M. Rush this year was unusually happy, for added to the usual excitement was the thrill of showing oft ' a newly decorated and enlarged house. Honors went to Rose Marie Pratt who was presi- dent of the chapter, Mortar Board member, and Phi Heta Kappa pledge. Sue Mayes was chosen " Dream (lirl of Pi Kapp Alpha " and Queen of the Corps of Cadets of Oklahoma Militar Academy. Anita Kimball was selected as one of the ten outstanding freshman women for last ear. Homecoming decorations provided the campus ami isitors as well as the Alpha Phi girls with a hearty laugh. It was, to say the least, quite difter- Cllt. It has been a full and active ear. I ki L na. ter oj mun OFKICKRS IsosK .M Rii-: I ' r Air . I ' at jonNsrov . IT KiMUAI.I. . Dam A TRiirrr . ' M SK Kl til 111)1. Presiilent ' ice- President Recording Secretary Treasiirei I louse Maiiagei Ibn-vr: Cultint; :ni laiU sl.ul w.iiliiiK luf oUt St, Nick ;m- .Mpha Phis ■ale ka Hmhliol , Jaekif Wilson, Ja.kii- Owi ' iis, Mary James ami ( ' anil Boeclii-r. Jlrlinu: Hi ' is «« tin- cutist aiul the ti){l« ' s im as .Mplia I ' liis DdMiia TriK ' tt, Jaikic Kaulkncr, jtaii Klickiiiger ami Kcltv Sizemnrc slug it nut with pillows. Page 454 Mrs. Elizalu-th S. Campbell, Housemcither Charlotte Barbara A. Bale Barritk Betty A. Blaiiton Carol L. Boecher Suzanne Bonaparte Celestine M. Brennan Valeska E. Buchholtz Joella Campbell Beverlv A Chase Coleen Cockerill Kay Doughert% Martha A. Evans lacklvn S. Faulkner Norma J. Flickinger Margarite Hanley M. Marie Hayes Shirley M Jacobs Mary J. J ames ' irginia L. Johnson Patricia L. Johnston Anita L. Kimball Irene A. Kimbel! Pat Kimble I.ou A. Lenoir nonna P. Mann Ann Mathis Pat A. Nance Marilyn Xott Anne Oakes C. Jacqueli Owens le A. Billie D. Ozment Eloise Phillips Rose M. Pratt Charl Rice itte L. Mary A Roberts Jeane Sherr k1 Joanne E. Stough Dama A. Truett Patti Wahl Ann WalthoLir Patti E Weintz Ann C. CJibson Homa L. J.mes Sue Maves Charlotte C. Jacqueline A. Wanda Ozment Bettye F. Sizemore Joan Whisler Gibson Susan E. Kemp Porothv n. Miller I a nice L. Pavne Suzanne Skinner Carole Williams Hamblen Carole V. Killam Barbara A. McKinnis Lucille Phelps Mary R. Stephenson Madelon I. Wvrick Page 455 Jl f Oil April 17, 1893, ten women students aided b. ' Sigma Xii fraternity established Alpha chapter of Alpha Xi Delta at Lombard College in Galesburg, 111. Alpha Zeta chapter was established on O.U. campus in 1921. There are now 67 active chapters of the sorority throughout the U. S. Dark blue, light blue, and gold are Alpha Xi Delta ' s colors and the pink Killarney rose is the flower. The sorority ' s main philanthropic work this year was the rehabili- tation of Brown County, Illinois. The biggest honor won by the house was the Pan- Hellenic scholarship improvement award for the spring semester of 1949. Six of the girls traveled to Manhattan, Kansas, as guests of the Kansas State chapter to see the Kansas State-O.U. football game. Guiding the house for the past year was Mrs. Thelma K. Arthur, a native Georgian, who was formerly Alpha Xi Delta hostess at the University of Illinois. Outstanding . ' lpha Xi Delta alumnae include ancy Sassar, author of the syndicated column, " Buy Lines " ; Katherine Chase, author of several radio serials; and Sue Hastings, noted marionette creator. IpL Zta CLpter of UPiUllUU OFFICERS DoRLS Mead President Jo RocKWOon ' ice- { ' resident Shiri.kv Cc)NNi;i.i. . . Recording Secretar BoBHlK Watts . . Ccnresponding Secretary Ki;i.i.i:nic Johnson Treasurei Jean Matto.X . . . Membership Chairman vvn.ul wnv Mv mi up l:i Hrlt ditt. ' , I)nri Mi-ad ,iml Vm I.ausnn I " i i((li in ami lulp. «,7«at: H.ihln Walts, Jiaii Maililox ami KclKiu- Johnson riiaki- with the cleanliness in the .Mpha . i Delta powilt-r Page 456 Marv L. Bellatti Shirley J. Connel Bettv R. Ciiitte M. Kellene Johnson Patricia A. Lawson K. Jean Mattox Doris J. Mead Alice G. Nichols Marv I. Rockwood BtTvl R. Seabroi.k Bobbie R. Watts Ann William- Page 457 In 1895 Chi Omega, the first (jieek sorority in the South, was founded at the University of Arkan- sis. The Epsilon Alpha Chapter made its debut on the O.U. campus in 1918. The 107 chapters of Chi Omega in the U. S. serve to make it one of the nation ' s largest social fraternities. Throughout the ear Chi Os were active on the campus. Cjeorge Ann Hicks, the Outstanding f " resh- man of ' 47- ' 48, historian of Alpha Lambda Delta, " Y " cabinet member, and finalist in the National Maid of Cotton contest, was first place winner in both public speaking and poetry interpretation at the National Forensic Meet at the Universit of Colo- rado. Peggy Dyche, president of Alpha Lambda Delta, a " Y " cabinet member, and AWS scholar- ship chairman, was also chosen one of the ten out- standing freshmen women. Harriett Rutledge was Freshman " Y " President and Cynthalis Raker Freshman " Y " Vice-President. Joan Craw ford was Intramural Tennis champion. Pat Parker had a leading role in a major playhouse production and Kathlyn Roberts was active in Swing Club, Sigma Alpha Iota and Women ' s Triple Trio. C p6ilon .- Ipha L kapter of OFFICERS l in I., Ai.i.KX jl.AN Cn I.I-AXT Patricia Mosikr -Axx Til. I., MA ( IroKc.i: . . Hicks President ' ice- President ' I ' reasurer Secretary Social (chairman Ihn-Vi: Clii ()s lH•lul :i lKipp lic.ur rcUixiiiii with bi.oks :nul r.licvliTiunls s.ivid li iluir hnuMiiiollui , Mrs. Siim- lii ' loii.-: Il liHiks like at least niif I ' lii Oincua can study r( ;at(lliss nl iiutsiiii- iiitliiiiKts — What a piiwir of cou- Cfntratinri! Page 458 Mr . |)cll:l ( Summers, Housemother Gloria S. Alexander Marv L. Allen Cvnthalice O. Baker Eleanor Bellamy Martha A. Benning Jean Bivins Jacquelyn Boulogne Amelia Brown Sara Brown Marcia Buchanan Marv S. Butler lovce Carev Nancy J. Carpenter Rebecca Gates L. Jean Chalfant Angela Clearv Barbara J. Heffner Charlotte A. Copeland Geneva M. Horstmcier Jo Ann Crawford Marilyn Idema Phyllis J. Curnutt Jo Ann Keller Gloria E. Datin Marilxn I,. Kent Martha C. Den Adel Mary B. Kruger Peggy Dvche ' irginia C l,indsa ' Martha F. Evans Nancy J. Logsdon Barbara L. Miller Arlene Mitchell June Mitschrich Patricia A. Mosier Patricia A. McCliire Carolvn Neville Jo I. Painter Patricia A. Parker Emily Rosemary Edith Melva J. Pollock Ralston Ramsey Richardson Joyce Sammv B. Rachel E. Annette M. Simmons Sloneker Stockton Tatt Kathlyn A. Roberts Ann Tillma Jean Robinson Jane W ' ahlemaier Harriett N. Rutledge Marilyn Walter Patricia L. Self Shirley J. Weinmann Page 459 Oil Thanksgiving Eve. 1S88, Tri Delta was foinidrd by Sarah L. Shaw and Eleanor Pond at ]5oston University. Theta Gamma chapter ot Delta Delta Delta, founded April 19. 1910, was the sec- ond sorority on the O.U. campus. Two of the out- standing alumnae are Lila Wallace, editor of Read- er ' s Digest, and Margi Petty, the original Petty Girl. Mary Lou Sarber and Ann Tucker capabK led the Theta Cjamma chapter this year. The Tri Delt " big wheels " on the campus hail a triumphant year. Pat Stath received the Dad ' s Day trophy presented annually to the outstanding senior woman and was a Mortar Board member. Betty Oakes, another Mortar Board Tri Delt, reigned as Band Queen. Marianne Isom was selected one of the ten outstanding freshman women, while Ellen McMahan rated " Vho■s Who Among American College Students " . It has also been a .social year at the house of the stars and cre.scent with formal dances, a Hallowe ' en party. Pine dinner, and the Christmas part heading the campus calendar. keta famma CLapu, of m mu m OFFICERS M.ARv Lof S rhi:r . AVN ' TlCKKR . . X HVDK . El.lZAHKTH Mc( il IRi: N (. Nkhoi.s . SOI, ;im! !■: Man- ( ' nil Hills (. President ' ice- President Secretary Treasurer Social Chairman U..,„. l;u Inllll ulii.h Im-kv l.oi liilinv: Pritty spriiiK iliivs (iiul piillv Tri- Hills I ' at Stalli, Norma Tati ' , Sue Fn-itcr ami Klaiiu- Siittii- sunning in the hackvaril. Page 460 Mrs. L. F. Tagge, Housemother Patte Abbott Shirley Agan Joanna R. Andreskowski Paula C. Boren J. .an M. Brittain Jeanne Broaddus Mary L. Carman Lou Marr Carter Sue Caston Ruth A. Clark Elizabeth C. Collier Angle Cox Jo Anne Deardorf Sue Foster Cavle M. Cridley Phyllis J. Harris Lauranetta Hart Shirlev P. Hill Martha A. Hood Barbara L. Hopper Monte L. Hopper Carol A. Howell Anne L. Hyde Nancv E. Hyde Marianne Isom Jerelyn F. Johnson Patricia A. Johnson Helen J. Kelley Kave Kiehl Shirlev A. Kyle Nancy M. Matlock Marv F. McCaslan d Elizabeth McGuire A Ellen L. McMahan Carolvn McMullin lanice H. " Xeal Marian Neeley Nancv A. Nichols Bettv Oakes Patricia A. Phillips Nancy R. Puryear Emma L. Rood key Mary L. Royer Mary C. Rucker Marv L. Sarber Patricia W. Sarber Patricia I.. Stath Bettv J. Stegall Elaine F. Suttie Norma A. Tate Ann Thaggard Cynthia S. Thomas Mona E. Thorp Ann Tucker Marv C. Wallace Pat Wallace Gloria S. Walters Margaret West M. Anne Willson Marcia Woodruff Dorothy Young Page 461 Three girls, attending school in Oxtorii, Missis- sippi, sat together one day in 1873 and founded a sorority which they named Delta Gamma. Their sorority continued to grow, and now there are 76 chapters throughout the U. S. and Canada. Alpha Iota Chapter was established on the L niversity of (Oklahoma campus in 1918. V ' ith an enthusiasm which is traditional, the anchor girls started the year oli ' right by welcoming a grand new pledge class into college and sorority life. During Homecoming the DeeGees won first place for their float and third in house decorations. At Christmas, the DeeGees feted the girls from the Indian School in Tecumseh. Throughout the year they wrote letters and mailed packages to their adopted war-refugee in Italy. Dad ' s Day is filled with reminders of football games and cooky shines. The mothers weren ' t for- gotten, and their week-end came complete with a serenade. Activit minded Delta Gammas were kept busy, too. f rancys Cameron was secretary of A. V.S. and the ' ' , and treasurer of Delta Ciamma. Barbara Breneman was ice-president of Delta Phi Delta. Jean Putman and Jeannee ' ahlberg were secretary and treasurer of Omicron Nu. y ipk ota kapter of OFFICKRS Je.annee ' Aiii.niRf; Put.m.w . -Mary L. Williams Sally Bebh . Fraxcys Cameron Margaret A. Wahlgrex President " ice- President Recording Secretan Corresponding Secretary ' Freasurer Social Chairman Ihiivr: Sha ll■ i t the I920 ' s— jaiif WiiiK, Myth Dahliii ami l " ai C ' raiR rip (iiit somr k huI old iikwIiU ' raKtimc. liilva: I.iHik like a real cut-throat game if p»ker fur Su amic Campbell, |o Riiier. Patsv Wolfe, Ilebhic Rothe and Phyllis Philp. Page 462 Mrs. J. J. McNeill, Housemother Oad L. Beaty Alice A. Bebh Nina J. Breithaupt Barbara Breneman Pat Briscoe Bette R. Broun Barbara L. Bullard Francys M. Cameron Suzanne Campbell Charlotte Carpenter . ] ' )orothy J. Combs Kathrvn M. Copple Edwina F. Cornish Joan H. Craig Mvth D. Dahlin Patsv Day Pamela E. Denner Dolores K Erts Maurice A. Etheridge Tudv Figley Joan R. Glander Janice M. Guild Dorothy S. Hamilton Beverly J. Harper Helen E. Hedley Marilena Hedrick Sally J. Kilgore Mary J. Kobs Shirley E. Koontz Marjoric J. Kroutil Pat Luster Patricia I. Martin Sally Mathews Sanda I.. Moore Marian J. Palmer Ph llis A. Philp Eva J. Price Martha J. Putman Vernodene Rabb Betty L. Rambo Dorothv y. Riner Deborah Rothe Sara J. Savage Elinor M. Schriever Sue A. Scott Wanda L. Spencer Charlotte M Swanson Jerry Thompson Jeannee V. Vahlberg Patricia D. Vahlberg M W argaret A. Patti ahlgren Vea Marv I., •er Williams lane Wing Patsv R. Wolfe Rachel L. Wright Page 463 On November 11, 1874, at Syracuse University four friends formed a club, which was to grow into the (lamma Phi Beta sorority which today lists 55 active chapters, including four in Canada. Psi chap- ter was founded at O. U. on September 13, 191 S. Keeping an eye to the south where the new (janima Phi house was under construction, the girls of the Crescent Moon had a busy year. On the honor list were Jeannine Little and Wade Tyree, named among the ten outstanding freshman women ; Hope Roach, U.A.B. president and ' .W.C.A. vice- president; Eleanor Erickson, Mortar Hoard member and A.W.S. president ; Carolyn Cobb, president of Pan-Hellenic and secretary of senior class; and Su- zanne Abbott, Ducks Club president. Both Eleanor Erickson and Anne Tyree were listed in " Who ' s Vho Among American Universities and Colleges " , (lamnia Phis ranked first for the second car in swimming intramurals. Betty Phillips, Jody Lang- ley and Joan Curry served as O.U. band twirlers. The gabled house at 602 West Bo d assumed an international flavor when Ruth Lejnieks arrived from Latvia and (jermany to take advantage of the (lamma Psi ' s displaced person scholarship. [- di L kapter o. OEEICERS WiLBURTA CarTWRIGHT LAR1HI•:TH Ford C.RORGANN ' A MiTCHELl. Shiri.ry Strong Ann ' l Rin; . President ' ice- President Recording Secretary Treasurer Social Chairman lh„T,-: n w R.Mili iilK " all " ; l " iii that tlu-ri- Su ar liMul -aim-. Ililmv: l.ili- i lint all Icintliall naim-s ami partio — it mi ilnii ' t iH-lii-vi- it, chfck tliis iiuliiMriniis set-iu- in tlu ' tiaiii- Ilia Phi stuilv hall. Page 464 Susanne Abbott Norma L. Adams Delia M. Alexander Carol J. Ansel Delora M. Atha Sv Ba hil L. Id win Barbara Brad for A. d Marilvn Brown L. Shirlev Byers A. Charleen C Caldwell Joyce Calkins Lee Campbell ' i!burta Cartwright Carolvn J. C-obb Gl Co ira G. nelison W Cc vlodean rnelison Colleen Curry J- Jo Ann Curry Barbara Davis A. Pat M. Davis Nita S. Deavenport Kav Demke Lualice A. Dixon Helen L. Dodson Sh En rlev A. iers Eleanor Erickson Bobbie Fawks Maribeth Ford Janey I Frey Jeanne R. Harrison Barbara A. Hawkins Tan L. Hntchins Vera C. Iske Margaret R. Jones Marv ]. La.igley A I La ce L. Marv L Lee Jeannine Little M. Toice " L..ckard Nancy J. Marchant Shirlev 1. Maxrteld Ruth E. Miller Sue Millhorn (leorgani Mitchell a Joan Mouser Pat Mn rre 11 Shirl McK e L. inney Norma J. Penhall Bettv Phillips Wvnema I " ). Pirkle Virginia Pollard L. Marv G. Powell Bettv M. Ralls Hope Roach Frances A. Samuels Dori Scho A. iert Patricia L. Schumacher Barbara A. Shaw Betty A. Steward Shirley Strong . Jane L Trotter Anne Tyree Wade Tyree Jo Ja, Ware e Cherre Wheeler n. Sue Whisnand Sally J. Whitney Page 465 Kappa Alpha llieta, first Greek letter fraternity known among women, was founded in 1870, and there are now 74 college chapters in the U. S., Can- ada, Hawaii, and Mexico. Alpha Omicron started the fall term off at O.U. with pleasant memories of its successful district con- vention and as runner-up for the Sorority Scholar- ship Cup. Senior Dot Nance headed Career Con- ference and was listed in " Who ' s Vho Among Col- lege Students " ; Ann Butler and Emma Lee Crider made names for themselves in the Drama School ; Betsy Markland was secretary of P ' reshman " Y " . Barbara Moltz headed Swing Club, Marilyn Kliewer was vice-president of W.R.A., Jean Mon- net handled the Ducks ' finances, and Marjorie Pratt w as Music Pan-Hellenic Prexy. Beverly Byrne had her finger in every pie and was a finalist for R.O. T.C. Colonel. Highlight of the year was Dad ' s Day, when the Dads more than proved their devotion by surprising their daughters with a television set. " My Heart Belongs to Daddy " became a favorite motto of the house. 1949-50 was indeed a year of Theta love, loyalty. and spirit. The midnight spreads, serenades, and Snow Ball Dance will not be soon forgotten. j L o ia.n CLpu of m m iini OFFICERS Dkn " si; Oi.i.A Carter . Marilvx Waller ji: x MoxxET I)()ROTH ' Dl ' Fl-V Marjorie Pratt . . . President ' ice-l ' resident Recording Secretary Corresponding Secretary Social Chairman Treasurer ht v,-: Mike l ' ..iiiul . A Sii ic II;u1 ;uikIi make uitli iho iiiusio whiU- otiui riii ' ta , . x n Richard, norothy Dar- rcninh, I ' at Kiiapp, l{fts Marklaml .iiul Bettic l.ii C ' ux iiiiii in nil the otiDiiis. «,7«ai ' ; I ' lu- Tlu-ci kitclu-ii ma iim In- . iil.i l■|l ■ta iliin ' t seem id iiiiml at all. lint till ' Page 466 Mrs. George Willis, Housemother Ruthie E. Andrews Mary Bartleson Joanne Billingsley Helen Bower R Joan Brandenburg Kathrvri A. Brock Joann (i. Buckstaff Barbara D Burke Ann Butler Beverlv Byrne Olla C. Carter Jo)e D. Clabaugh Bettie Cox 1. Emma L. Crider Peggy W. Cullen Dorothy Darrough Ca rolyn Dickerson Marv O. Douglass Dorotlu Nanc Feild Martha A. Ferguson . Iarih Files . ri Suzanne Harbaugh Elizabeth D. Harris Ann Hasty Marilvn P. Kliewer Neita J. Kinvit ky Betsv Markhuul Margo Marland Barbara M0I7 Jean MoniK ?t Pat Moody Helen McKown Dorothy Nance Jean Newton Helen Parkison CaroKn B. Harrish Pat Pwjjey Beth A. Pound Marjo Pratt ric Anne Ralls Dollie A. Ream Martha A. Richards Marv E. Selby Joanne H. Simpson lean Smith Nancy E Spencer Denyse Stigier Nancy Sugg ' M W arilvn S. ■alier Mary Warner Page 467 Kappa Kappa (lanima was touiuleil at Monmouth CoUfgc-, Monmouth, Illinois, in 1S70. Beta Theta Chapter, located at 700 College, ' as introduced on O.U. ' s campus in 1914. The home of the girls who wear the golden key is presided over by Miss Flor- enze Flinn. Man honors fell to Kappas during the past ear. Libby Salter and Mar M. Reeder were " tapped " for Mortar Hoard and Libby was elected secretary. Xadine Norton was named one of the ten outstand- ing freshman women and Ruth Ann Taylor became president of freshman ' .AV.C.A. Ellen R. Hrillhart received the silver Letzeiser medal and Mary M. Reeder served as Hospitality Chairman of the an- nual Career Conference. Irene Bond captured the honor of Engineer Queen. Betty Jo Ingram was chosen " Sky Queen " by the national Air Knockers Club. Kappa house decoration won second in the Homecoming contest and the skit in the Sooner Scandals received second. The " F ' astest (jirls on the Campus " troph , pre- sented at the annual Beta-K.A. " Beer Bowl " classic, now rests permanently in the Kappa House, since the Kappas won the invitational relay race for the third ear. KuVLuCLpuof yppiuppiBsiiyi OFFICERS ' iRC,i iA Smith Martha Deli, Schi Agnes Leachaian . Jeax Fink ' rxni, W ' ooTTi N President ' ice- President Secretary- Treasurer Social Chairman Ibin;-. J.i Cloiinh, WikII.t Wodlcn, Pi-kkV Portir nn.l I ' .mily Catliii pciul lluir liiMirc iniiiiuiit lucikirij; M tin- hiniM ' sfiapliiHik :uul playiiin ilri-ainy iiui ic. ;, ' «■.■ Amu- Iiarhman, lli-lcn Walkii, M.n ( ' rai«, MaiUlin Kriikscin and IVk v Ooziir ai.- imt rniuli lulp to I ' at nickin-.ciM, li.) ha- jii-l iiliiiritil tnim a wc.k-tiui at Page 468 «« V r } % Mrs. Fliireiize Flinn, Housemother ita Bateman Barbara A. Beaird Marilyn Bemis Irene T. Bond Paula Bracken Diana L. Brett Judith A. Burtschi Emilv Catlin Rosemary Champlin Pat Chestnut Blanche A. Clarkson J " Clough Timmie Collins L. Marv T. Craig Faith M. Crumpacker Margaret Cunningham Ann Doornb.,s Peggy Dozier Gavle Duffy Daisv L. Dunn Pauline Eagleton Elinor Eastman Marianne Eddleman lean E. Funk lane L. Hamilton Marv E. Hassell Martha A. Heiul. ' n Mary C. Hutchinson Carole Kerr Trudy Krogstad Marjorie I.arsen M. Agnes Leachman lerrv Marshall To Ann " Martin Louise Mason Marv L. Mulky Donna McBride Frances S. McMillin Sue Neal N ' adine Norton Peggy Porter Barbara C. Ouincy Ocella J. Reed Mary M. Reeder Sallie L. Ricker Flizabeth Rixleben Sallv J. Sale Marv E. Salter Joan Scott Martha E. Scale Martha D. Shultz ' irginia A. Smith Sidney A Snider Mary J. Stahl Ann 7 hompson Ruth A. Tyler Helen M. Walker Elizabeth Warren K. Pegg Wienecke Millv Wilson Patricia I.. Wolff Vendia Wootten Page 469 Pi Beta Phi, the first national frateinitx for wom- en, was founded at Monmouth College, Monmouth. Illinois, in 1S67. The Oklahoma Alpha chapter was established at O.U. in 1910. The home of the golden arrow girls is 702 Lahoma. Mrs. Lewis Quigley, " Meg " to her girls, has presided over the big colonial house for the past three years. For the past two semesters the Pi Phis have won the scholarship cup. Last semester it was won with a 2.03 grade average, the highest ever made by an O.L sorority. Another honor won was first place in the Homecoming house decorations this year. Ann Hulett was elected honorary colonel by the ROTC boys. Marietta Sipes was 1949 Sweetheart of Sigma Chi. Mortar Board members include Ann Jarrett and Sara Jean Landsaw, secretary; six Pi Phis belong to Alpha Lambda Delta. Pi Phis, as al- wa s. were active in campus affairs as shown by Sara Jean Landsaw, " Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Universities " ; Shirley Lykins, Racket Club president; Sue Ellison, feature editor of the SooNiiR; Barbara Whitehurst, chairman of A.W.S. convention ; Ann Jarrett, Gamma Alpha Chi presi- dent; and Camilla Duncan, one of the ten outstand- uig freshman women. Lykiak otna IpL CkofU. of WWW OFFICKRS |i: N JOHNSOX . M Rii-: Aw Marshm Caroi. x Mt)(ju . Bi;vi:ri. - Phillii-s JoSFI ' lllVi- Ta I.OR I " V Mil, I [)l M ' President ice-President Recording Secretary (. curespoiuling Secretary Treasurer Social Chairman Ihovr: PcKKic Mar liall, MarKan ' t Kcll ami Sabiiia .Ain- liri tiT are contritt tii stay anitiiul the tireplai ' r, whilr Sue I ' llisiiii is ready Id ii nut aiul l uild a Miinv man. iWrm ' . I ' i I ' his Marjiirie Bell, Rosie rrauKh. tJail Miller, Oana naltnii ami Sue C ' riis ' -lainl harimmi e. Page 470 Mrs. Lewis Quiglev, Housemother Sabina E. Ambrister Ann C. Anthis Anne Avery Sue A Kaugh nan lulia A. Heckman Marjorie Bell E Beverlv Carr Laura Collins Sue Crossland Dana Dalton Camilla Duncan Charlene G. Elliott Marilvn S. Ellison Pollv A. Erdahl Margaret P Fell Kay L. Francisco Shirley J. Geurkink ' irgini Harsh C. Helen Hoehn Suzanne Holcomb Ann Hulett Ann Jarrett Jean Johnson Sara J. Landsaxv L.)u Logan Shirlev Lykins A. Nancv Lynd Bibbv Madd. X Marie A. Marshall Peggy Marshall Oelma J. Mason Patsv G. Miller Carnlvn 1. Mood Ma Mo r I-:. rris Fran McCauley [u M tine ■Don A. lid Pears N )n lean Perry Beverlv Phillips A. Sara L. Planck Sue Planck Marv H. Poling Sue Pol A. ng Kever Rand Iv ,ipl. 1... Ra tlitf Virgi Richa rds loan R. Roberts Sally Rutherford Mary A. Simmon Marietta Sipes Yvonne Souter Jos Ta fphine Rosemary Traugh lean " Trudge in Melis Ware sa ell A. Barbara Whitehurs Carol t Willa L. d Lillian Zachry Page 471 Sigma Delta Tau was founded on March 25i, 1917, at Cornell University. Xi chapter was estab- lished on the O.U. campus in 1929. The SDT col- ors are cafe au lait and old blue, and the flower is the golden tea rose. One may recognize a Sig Delt on the campus by her beautiful gold torch pin with a diamond in the flame. Mrs. Zeta Massey Pofif, better known as " Aimt Zeta " to the girls, presides over the house at 700 Chautauqua. SDT has more than its quota of activity gals. Doris Cohen and Lorraine Rothstein have both rep- resented the house in fashion shows. Our petite prexy, " Chuck " Bordman, is very active in Pan- Hell and the " Y " . Sylvia . edow keeps busy with the Unixersity Orchestra ami as Hillel secretary- treasurer. The Sig Delt social whirl has been going full blast this semester, also. We have enjoyed numer- ous formal and informal parties which our social chairman, San Veinberger, had arranged for us. Charlotte Bordman was one of the women on campus to be a BWOC. Joan Sandler was one of the ten outstanding freshmen on the campus and N ' ancy Green was pledged to Sigma Alpha Iota. i L kapier of OFFICF.RS Ch.arlotte Bordman .... President F.MXORE Berxstein . . . N ' icc- President Arlene Cohen ' Secretary N.ANcv CiREEN Treasurer .Ihiiv,-: Sara Wi-iiilH-iUfr writis llial Irllir Iiotiu- wliilo liip lime gals, (.Ii-rci-iu- Ktiiiult aiul I ' arnl lie I ' lciinaii, nap in tlu ' Simula Oilta Tan living riKini. Iltlnix-: Kciilint; tlu ' face lu-lps pass tlu.M- lUill iMni- d 12 tci 3 A. m. S.n.T. ' s Shirley Evans, Joaii Sandler, Nancy (Jreen, Sariet Cnvens, Irma Frieilberg ami Sylvia Nedow munch (in. Page 472 Mrs. Delbert W. Poff, Hnusemother (Jercene Bennett Verlea Bercutt Eleancre Bernstein Charlotte Bordman Arlene Cohen Doris K. Cohen Dorothve Cohen ' Sariet Covens Rose E. Dritch Shirley R. Evans Carol I., Freeman Irma R. Friedherg E. Nancy Green Lois J. Hersh Phvllis I. Hcrsh Bernadine I. Horwitz Iris F. Kahn Suretta Love Sylvia D. Nedovv Char Pack otte Lo R. rra ths Ine tein Karla S Samuels .hri Joan Sand H. er Sari Weinberger Page 473 llllB-FBllSIIIIItliStll Walter L. Gray, Jr., President The Iiiter-Fiatcniity Council was established in order to promote and perpetuate the best interests of the Uni- versity of Oklahoma, fraternity relations in general, and to inspire higher idealism and tolerance of mind and spirit. To carry out such a program, the Council was made the main regulatory body for the social fraternities at O.U. This was begun in 1912, at a time when development of fraternities at O.U. was still in its infancy. Since that time, the Council has seen its authority and powers ex- pand in ever widening circles, with a corresponding mea- surement of achievement of good, both for fraternities and for the Uni ersity. The Council is now a self-governing body. The Council is composed of two representatives from each national social fraternity represented on the campus. By the constitution, the Council is empowered to legis- late on matters affecting the general interests of the signa- tory chapters and to enforce its rules and regulations by the inflicting of penalties for violations. The officers of the Council include a President, Walter Gray ; Secretary, janies E. Vork ; Treasurer, Louis Trost ; and Executive Secretary, Julien Bahr. First Row, h-fl In right: Jim Frazitr, Bob Millspaugh, Bill Mruire, Boh Miller, Jack Merritt. Serond Row: Ray Atherton, Harry McMillan, Julien Bahr, James Work, Walter Gray, Louis Trost, David Oven, Tom Grant. Third Row: .Alan Singer, Morris Blumenthal, Jack Pollock, Jack Moore, Bill Moore, Bob Gregory, Larry Careen, Larr Cook, James Coolev, Bill Dozier, Wes Chalfant. Fourth Row: Fred Whiting, Tom Alley, Harold Butler, Bill King, Clarke Gillespie, Bob Bland, Stanton Young, John Elder, tJraham B. Johnson, Jr. Fifth Row: Leslie Balmain, Dale Cook, Joe Holmes, Jack Freese, Jim Ellison, L. P. Brn«n, Fred Glassco, Bernard Ille. Sixth Row: Jim Kerr, Gerald Eckley, Dalvin Tobin, Harold Hassett. George Puckett, John Hager, Wayne Clegern, Bob Crews, C. D. Blanks, Dick Zajic. Page 474 ,, 1„ Work, Walter CJray, Louis Trost, Jack Merritt. The Council obtained a new office in the Lnion Build- ing and a complete revision of the administration of the office took place with the hiring of the Executive Secre- tary and a private secretary. The function of the execu- tive secretary is to assist the president and to be in charge of the functioning of the office. The Council has been very fortunate in having an efficient executive secretary, Julien Bahr, and a private secretary, Marcia J. Lawh on. The Council purchased a mimeograph machine and op- erates it for the benefit of the fraternities at a minimum cost. T xo great steps were taken by the Council this year. The Inter-Fraternity Workshop — a training school for chapter officers and Greek Week — a training school for new initiaties. The Workshop consisted of discussions in the fields important to efficient management. Experts in fraternity affairs supplemented selected members from the Council in giving advice, suggestions, and ideas to im- prove the general quality of leadership in the administra- tive jobs of the fraternities. National officers from all over the country attended our Workshop. The (jovernor of the State and a group of Regents attended the banquet climaxing the Workshop. The Greek Week was also a great success. During this week, six topics which the Inter-Fraternity Council deemed vital to the new initiates understanding of their obligations and duties to their chapter «ere discussed. Administrative personnel along with qualified members of the Council led the discussions. These two functions are part of a long range educational program in strengthening the standards of leadership in the member groups. One of the prime duties of the officers of the Council is to work m close cooperation with the Dean of Men and other adminstration personnel in regards to all mat- ters concerning the relations of the fraternities with the University. Among the fields in which the Council has direct con- trol are rush rules and administration of rush week, so- cial regulations which are inconsistent with those of the University, and scholarship regulations including the scholastic requirements for initiation. In addition to the areas just mentioned, the Council also carries on a number of projects during the year. For the past years, the Council has awarded scholarship cups each semester to the house having the highest average, and to the pledge class each fall which has the highest average. Throughout the year, the fraternities carry much of the load of all-university activities and charitable drives. In- cluded among the former are such activities as the intra- mural program, homecoming, pep rallies, and alumni re- lations. Among the latter type of activities will be found: Red Drive, March of Dimes, American Legion Poppy Drive, The National Tuberculosis Association Campaign, and World Student Service F ind Drive. The fraternities received special commendation from the L ni- versity and from the residents of BOQ for their immed- iate assistance in ever way during and after the traged of the BOQ fire. Fhe influence exerted by the Council is felt by ever man who wears a fraternity pin and those men, as well as those not a.ssociated or affiliated with a fraternity, know and recognize that the Council has done more than an other organization to bring about the success which the fraternitx ' , as a college institution, enjoys. Page 475 The founding brethren of the Oklahoma chapter of Acacia would have been a little dumbfounded had they been here this year. Activities were many and varied. The Fall formal came first, in fact, it was the first fall formal of the ear. It got the social activ- ities off to a start with a bang. The pledge walkout had all the essence of a long well planned plot. The members were left missing many things including the front door. The pledges were kind to some of the members ho ve er — they left them a plate of cookies. The Suppressed Desire party proved to be a howl- ing success. Some of the costumes were evidence why it was " howling " . The pledges insisted on having a party for the members. Then, of course, there was the Oriental Ball, high point of our social life. OL ' s oldest costume dance held up its end of the social whirl and pro ed to be a top attraction. It was a swell vear and here ' s to more like it. Kyklakoma L kapter o OFFICERS L.ARR ' i ' Green KoARDMAN ' HARin Hii I. W ' arrkx . I ' lm, ()l Nc; President ' ice- President Secretar Treasurer Ihnv,-: M-M- i immlHTs Jark CamplHll, Hill aUnliiK-, M. I ' . ClanlN, .MKti Knwfcr ami Hud I ' arkri pai lioipati- in that spurt ul all mm-allileti ' S — liridBC. Hihi-iv: Tln ' sc .Acacia im-iiiK-rs Tutii Hall. ' w. Hill Hatha- a , Ol Sailihiris ami |im Swain, sin« tlu- ■I ' lul ..I the Month " i.r ' •Cii-t That l.aM Niiki-1 " hhio. Page 476 f; f ; f . Mrs. Lillian Caldwell, Housemnther A. Stan Bailey ey Thomas Ballew J- Boardman Barin Houston Beauchamp Kenneth V. Beaver Kenneth L. Biggins lames CJ. Billingslev, Jr. Robert E. Bland Monroe Clardy F. Don n. Cohlmia Llovd E. Crutchfield Elbert F. Davis John W. Davis Howard H. Farris Eugene L. Fisher B. Jack Gallaher Jimmv CJallahe r William C Coodwin John L. Graves Herman D. Hager William E. Hathaway Everett R. Hays William E. Heath. Jr. Edward J. Hinman Charles Hixon D. Donald Ilolley L. Joe Jefferson C. Johnson Don S. Kahler Charles H. Lackey R. Laird Robert C. Larason Jack n. Liggett Bi Lr b L. ftis Davi Love d C. and J ' L hn Lick C. Jerry W. iviathcny Ralph G. Moore Paul W. Pickens J. L. Querry Tracv Riley James A. Saddoris Tack V. Sallaska Paul Shill S. ngs Jame Shult s M. R..bert S. Silverthor . Paul C. Smith Jim B. Snodgrass Jess Spring H. Jack Starkey LeRo F. Stewart PI St eas ringer lame " Swai s E. C, T era rap d V. Robert D nell Turner William R. Warren Kenneth R. White Dov v. Whitlock Page 477 Alpha Alpha chapter ot Alpha Sigma Phi was established on the campus in 1Q23. It is one of the 54 chapters which stem from the fraternity orig- inalh ' founded at Yale University on December 6, 1845. Alpha Sigma Phi boasts the oldest national fraternit) magazine. The Toiiittha-a k, a quarterly publication. Alpha Sigma Phi is the tenth oldest fraternity in the nation. It ranks nineteenth among social frater- nities in membership, claiming 22,000 members. Alpha Kappa Pi was consolidated with Alpha Sigma Phi on September 6, 1946. Among its distinguished alumni rank such no- tables as David J. Brewer, U. S. Supreme Court; the late Arthur T. Hadley, Yale University Presi- dent: Hennie Oosterbann, Universit ' of Michigan football coach; Charles B. Hart, minister to Co- lombia ; and Lucius F. Garvin, Governor of Rhode Island. Mrs. Marion D. Sloan, new housemother, has won the love and respect of every member and iledge through her unceasing efforts and charming personality. Social highlights of the year were the Fall For- mal, Christmas Party, Talisman Rose Formal, and the nation-wide Sig Bust. ipL jipL CLapu. 4 m m n OFFICKRS H, R(ii.i) B .ssi:tt President joi: Hdi K ' ice- President Hll.l. H ARD ' S Treasurer RoHKRT Foi.KCR . . Conesponding Secretar GnORGE Kl.oTZ . . . Reconling Secretary Charlf-s Ivik .... Social Chairman .lliovr: I.noks like the iiiRht bi-forc thr hip qui fn Haiim, Jack IChn, lUrh Woolston ami Knl. Rtiih. n.lmi.-: ( ' (iMniipiiliiaii Clia l.v vie has a iiiinpktt l„K j " l ' fr (1111 .Mpha SiKiii. IMii - lliim- . llavward Whitr, Walls ail 1 KiKKs. Page 478 Mrs. Marion D. Sloan, Housemother Richard C. Alden Bill D. Amend Robert M. Atkisson Harrell R. Bailey Harold F. Bassett William E. Baum Bob Beach Frank R. Blackwell Don R. Boyer Robert E. Busch Tim " Butler Roger B. Clay Bill R. Cleaver Brvan R. Colbert Danny E. Cosgrove Robert V. Ferrin Bruce W. Flippen David L. Francis Joe Friou George V. Fritschi William T. (Gordon Robert L. Gregory William T. Hardy Neely P. Harper Gene Hay vard R. Don Henry Joe C. Houk Bob Hudgens Charles L. Ivie David C. Johnston George D. Klotz George R. Lane Howard V. Link Dale Looper Robert F. Lucy William E. Martin George C. Matson Jerome Miles Bill McMorries Ivan A. Oden Victor E. Paulos Leslie Pierce Richard J. Reed David W. Riggs Joe E. Riggs Jimmy M. Roberston Jack E. Smith Clarence L. Strance James J. Svvope Robert P. Tharp Harold R. Titus |im R. ihles (; nrge E. Walter James E. White Herbert C. Woolston Page 479 Alpha Tau Omega, founded September 11, 1863, at irginia Military Institute, was the first frater- nity founded after the Civil Var. The objecti e was to unite fraternally the young men of the North and South and to foster a Christian brotherhood dedicated to achieving and cherishing permanent peace. In 1921, Zeta Tau, a local fraternity, peti- tioned ATO National and became Delta Kappa chapter at the University. Delta Kappa was the 75th in 111 chapters of ATO in the U. S. and Can- ada with a membership of over 38,000. ATO alum- ni include the Compton brothers and ' anne ar Bush, leading atomic scientists; John W. Snyder, Secretary of the Treasury ; and ' ern H. Schnee, first full-time director of the Uni ersity ' s Research Institute. .Much of the success of ATO in the past ear is a result of the guiding influence of Mrs. Laurel Cook, our hostess. John MacGregor, National President and over 300 chapter alumni attended the Founders ' Day Reunion in November. The frater- nity was founded by Otis A. Cilazebrook, an Epis- copalian minister, whose high ideals ATO attempts to instill in every member. On these principles are based the expectations for the future. J-Jeita appa L kapter ot OFFICERS James Douo Lynx Hi: ' HOON ' E H.AZl.ETTK ice-l resident resident Treasurer Secretary ll (ivr: Sjiii Sim. Ill inits in iIkii cnnial plmiu- call wliilr Hill licvirs, Holi Kil );craUI aiul ■■. lu ' .vr " l.oltiii cal il nut. liiliii!:: m I.Miii ili csn ' t M ' l ' in as wniriiil as l ciii I i liis DMT tin- DCitniiiH ' lit a littii- iniMiiuiiTslaiuliiii; IntvMiii U.ili Hristiiw ami Diitig l.yiui. Page 480 Mrs. E. A. Cook, Housemother Joseph H. Abright Thfimas N. Ambrose Ja A mes R. idrews Al Ba inger Charl Beach es L. Bill Bevers James E. Binkley Don E. Bittman Jack Brooks L. P. Brown William C. Calohan Cecil R. Chambcrlin Ralph T. Churchill Rit De hard V. Cliffo Dobs. rd B. n James (). Ellison Robert E Ellzey Harry L Feathersti n Charles E. Fidler John L. Finegan Robert A. Fitzgerald Ji F mm ' L. iglesong Samuel W. Franklin c;e (;a ,rge B. rrison Char Gord es A. Fred B Groves William Hackett E. John W. Haggard Joe Hancock Richard Harley Bob Harrell Joe B. Harrison Frank Hart Bo Ha zlette Gus Hend rix William H. Ilint e Charles Hoffman Gerald K Hornung Jack E. Hubbell Joe C. Keller Sedwvn T. Kennedy Don Loftis Oougla Lynn C. Thomas Lynn, J N. Bob Monni ch Monte L. Moore W M liter W. irris I. M hn E. usser Joe W. MoBride Everette G. McGhee Gail K. McGhee George M. McKown Robert I Newton Doug Nix E. James L. Norman Sh N. t-rman H. rton Ted L. Owens Dave Raupe lohn W. Re id James M. Renegar L. W. Roberts William Roberts. L. Charle Saner s R. I.,hn Shog R. en Charles E. Simmons Sam Simon Owen Snow- Joe E. Talkington Benjamin Troutman F. Robert Turner C, Bob Warrick John ( Weste velt Wesl Whit ev lock Ja W k W. Icox H W arold C. iod Page 481 Hfta Theta Pi ' s origin is traced to Pater Kiio , who, on August 8. 1839, made public his trateriial intentions. This founding was the first of the three fraternities known as the " Miami Triad " . Since its founding. Beta ' s ever-growing strength and sound- ness have progressed through one hundred and eleven years. The Oklahoma chapter of Beta was formed in 1907 through the efforts of David Ross Boyd, first president of the University ; Dr. J. H. Felgar, first dean of the College of Kngineering, and Dr. J. S. Buchanan, later president of the L ni- ersit. ' . Prominent Beta alumni now on the cam- pus include Carl M. Franklin, executive ' ice-Pres- ident of the University, and Earl Sneed, jr.. Acting Dean of the Law School. At the guiding helm again this ear was the warm heart of Beta ' s re ered housemother, Mrs. (lilli- land. The homey atmosphere of the Beta House x as largely due to her unceasing efforts. Stressing scholarship and maturit , Ciamma Phi chapter moves with propriety to keep up the stand- ards it has set in the past for the betterment of Beta Theta Pi and the Cireek world as a whole. KJamma pki CLa u. of mi mn w OFFICERS !?(ii ' . ' i GH Cm ri.i:s Broun 1.. W Bakicr Dkk Walton . I ik M Assi: Piiii. Kini) AiiiKir ill a sceiif vhiol» . . . :iiul thi-v did ! President ' ice- President Secretar ' I ' reasurer Social Chairman Rush Chairman .|..rd.iii, l(..h K.I.I lul Kill rra.les " Itrlnr.-: Kctas art- ver atili- li.ns— »li,i els. vm.uUI ivi-ii try In stiiil , |)la liridni- and watch ' V ' a arc Kicliard lliinlu-N lim Sii.) v. R.)Kcr finrk and IIukIi Roff. Merle Siiiiih iiist tiidics. Page 482 Mrs. Gilliland, Housemothei T.)m I. Alley " Paul A. Andres Bill Armor Hill Aughtry Loren Baker V. Richard C. Baker J. Forrest Barnwell James W. Boone, Jr. Charlie W Brown Harry L. Brown Jack . Bucklev Otis Burris Bu lliam V. shy A C: ' ik C. 11 Roger Clark C. Harold D. Cook Roy Dannenberg E. Julian Davis, Jr. lohn C. Durie Jim R. Earnest Charles R. Edgerton Dovle Fair Clyde W. Fatheree D Fi el( d F. Hill Finne James W. Fritzlen Denny D. Garrison Dwavne F Godsey John M. Hallren John Harlan Louis E. Harlan c; II eiie arrill Richard Hefton h II hTl filer William F. Howard Creed T. Huddleston Richar Hughe d B. Warren K Jordan James II. Kerr Philip C. Kidd (Jcorge H. Lundherg Philip J. I.unsfnrd Llovd A. Lynd. Jr John c; . Iathias James Mock Robe Mill rt C. paugh Burke C.. . 1ordy Dudley 1). Morgan William C. Myers Laurence S McAlister Reed McAlister Robert ( McCue (Jarland V. McKinney, Jr. James Neal, P. Dan [r. Overton B. Po D. H. well, Jr. William E. Reardon Bsb Reid John H. Roff John W. Rogers Howard Savage II. Bvron H. Schaflf Robert J. Will Sheldon Shirl am Merle G. Smith, Jr. Jim R. Snider Jim B. Snow James F. Snvder Tom H. Sterling Richard Thomas Charles Thomps O. Lee B Thom Rich ?son Wal ard L. on Albert L. Welsh W w illiam cndt Page 483 The Delta Chi Fraternity was founded at Cor- nell University, Ithaca, N. V., October 13, 1890. It was founded as a group organization, whose pur- pose is to teach men how to live and work together, to stri e h precept and example for the personal development of the individual in the training of the mind and body. It carries forward the fundamental purposes of education, adding a fraternal influence for correct living and individual development. Since the foundation of the Oklahoma Chapter of Delta Chi in 193S, the fraternity has made great progress in scholastic, social and athletic activities. The highlight for the year occurred during Home- coming when Delta Chi won first place in house decoration competition with its rocket to the moon. Individual members winning outstanding awards this vear were Harold Coulter, chosen as the out- standing Senior Man by the Dad ' s Association, and Bob .Mowd , Chairman of the IFC Judicial Com- mittee. AVithout the help, encouragement, and moral sup- port of our housemother. Mother Riddle, many of our achievements in the past three years would not have been so highlv successful. LyMakoma (chapter o OFFICKRS Harold Coi i.ti;r Tom .Arxoi.o . Dick Nkw.max . Max Parks . jOE CoRNEI.SON DoX (iHOl.STOX . President ' ice- President Recording Secretary Correspon iing Secretary Treasurer Social Cliairman Ihni;-: Kill WilMMi licklo t w ivmlis fi.r In-ln.p fans of the Pilia Clii 111. use. IlihnL-: Dennis (urliir and iliiT Ifir into inana inr while Jack Shiilev, Warren .Andrews, Hick Helton and Hob Leonard look on in Delta t " hi boudoir. Page 484 iiiiii Mrs. A. J. Riddle, Hnusemother James O. Ambrose Warren E. Andrews Marcia L. Arnold Thomas E. Ronald F. Arnold Barton, Jr. Robert L. Bingham Va ne M. Clefiern Clarence V. Conn Audrey M. Cook Don E. Copclin Jodene J. Cornelson Harold Coulter Robert B. Cronin Charles C. Crowe Rav L. Davis James S. Divine Billy G. Dowler Bob C. Duncan Leonard B. England Bob G. Fenlev Paul F. Flovd Dennis N. Gerber Don E. Gholslon Thomas CJordon W. F. lludso Billv G. Hiird Archie R. Kautz William D. Kendall, Jr. James C. Kurtz Bob Leonard Myron C. Metz Robert F. Mowdv Elwood R. McDaniel Richard E. James N. Newmvcr Charles E. Nicholson Clifford T. Norris Ray Ogden Max E. Parks Charles R. Pelton Richard O. Porter James S. Rutherford lack W. Shirlev Slade James R. Teel Kent Thornton Billy J. Van Meter Harrv A. Wahi, Jr. Don L. Wallace Charles L. White William W. Wicker T.ihn n. Williams Page 485 Delta Tau Delta as informally organized at Bethany College in ' irginia in the spring of 1858, but the formal organization was not effected until 1830. The first distinctively Southern fraternit , the Rainbow or W.W.W. societ . united with Delta Tau Delta in 1886 after lengthy negotiations. The Rainbow fraternity was founded in 1848 at the University of Mississippi. The name of the official journal of Delta Tau Delta was changed from the (Wfscent to Thf Rn ' uibou In February, 1922, Delta Sigma Delta, the local petitioning body, be- came Delta Alpha Chapter of the national frater- nity after an extended period of petitioning. Prominent alumni of Delta Alpha chapter in- clude Joseph Brandt, former president of O.L . ; Sa oi Lottinxille, director of O.U. Press; Tully Nettleton, former assistant editor of the Christian Sriciuc Monitor. A list of renowned Delts would include Alvin Barkley; Henry Wallace; James Melton, Metropolitan Opera tenor; Sewell L. Avery, president of Montgomery AVard ; Branch Rickey, baseball magnate; Frederick Palmer, dean of American war correspondents ; Jon Whitcomb, magazine illustrator; Paul Hoffman, Studebaker Corporation president, and many others. u:,jtu LL cuu. J mn m nm ID ( FFICKRS I I UK McMli.!. ' 1)11.1. ' IIdrn Jack Si ' HNckr l ' L I Ml l)i:.M. N ' llllRXCI l HI)l)i:S President Vice-President Recording Secretary Corresponding Secretary Treasurer Ihov,-: Biotlu-r Hill Htiulcr ilirccls Oflts in (inc of those MPiiK priu ' liers thar iiLikf tor the licaulifiil screiiailes. No- lici- the ccirrtTt wa tin- month is to lit- hi-lil in siiiuiiiK, ■Oh. " ;, «;•, r.-i.M It the ndt hoii ■ Vh« wants a ! . " ie 486 Mrs. J. W. Allen, Housemother Robert A. Acers T. A, Allford Jerr K. Hon D. John R. Robert D. C. D. Richard 1,. Howard G. Allford Anderson Anderson Anderson Blanks Bohnsack Borden John A. Brock Don Brown Charles C. Bush James B. Capps Sam n. Carnahan Gregory Clement John A, Cole Thomas E. Graves Dale Grubb Harley H. Harris Donald H. Hockstein Harr- Holt Bob B. lohnsoi nhn I., ohnson William E. Thomas J. Charles F. Karnes Kellv Kern Robert R. James B. Lamphere Lyon Walter P. Marsh, Jr. Curtis I.. Marshall Charles L. Maves James I, Miller Paul H. Don R. Mindeman Mvers Michael L. McC;ee Harrv M. McMillan Joseph B. Joe S. McMullin Nelson, Jr. Joe L. Norton Robert L. Nuzum (Jeorge M. Parker Richard II. George E. Charles E. Thomas C Patten Revard Rhvne Roberts lack S. ' R, Kers Robert H. John W. Savre Shawver William A. Shelton Don Smith Wallace F. Sorrels Jack D. A. T. Spencer Stair, Jr. Dale E. Stauffer John L. Stewart Jerome C. Richard D. Robert C. Sullivan, Jr. Teubner Thomas William V. Van Horn Philip L. Wettengel Wavne N. Whatlev lohn E. Wheatle lohn R. Wich Robert M. Wiese Frank Williams Patrick A. Jack H. Joe G. Williams Wilson Wolfe Page 487 j f Mzii Delta I psiloii, the oldest national fraternity on the Oklahoma campus, has again enjoyed a very prosperous and enjoyable year. This school year of 1949-50 saw greater advances in the fields of schol- arship, intramurals, social activities, and campus activities. Delta Upsilon in everything and every DU in something was again carried out with the greatest of ease. On the campus Delta L psilon boasts of such prominent men as Darrell Royal, Wade Valker, and Frankie Anderson, all of foot- ball fame. Various other members hold offices such as President of Sigma Tau, President of Pre-Med Club, ' ice- President of Alpha Epsilon Delta, mem- bers of Phi Beta Kappa, and many other outstand- ing positions. On the national scale DL boasts of more men in " Who ' s Vho in America " than any other national fraternity. Some of the more promi- nent are Senator Vandenbcrg, the late Chief Justice Charles E ans Hughes, President Conant of Har- vard, Edgar Rergen, and Alfred P. Sloan, President of General Motors. At the annual Feudal dinner, Miss Delores Erts was chosen as the 14th Feudal Princes. Coming from the Delta (jamma house, she will retain the Vassail Rowl until next ear. yyklakotna L kapter of OFFICERS Hob Crews . Hh McCaffkrty Di;mi Wall.ace . ai.ti;r Rlair . President ' ice-President Social Chairman Tieasurer 1 ' ri:i) Ri Tlli;Rr()Ri) Secretar Jim Cri: s Rush Chairman Dick Zajic .... I I ' C Rcpreseiitatixe I hii-vi : Vhv hill in iirmor is Jim Crews Kittiiifr ri:ul with Ullnu n.l.s Icir ihf Ffiidal Ball. (. ' ■!;■.■ It ' s liKlit lutih impiis ililc in tiinl :i plmiu- tri-i ' in tin- D.r. Iieiiisr ami wluii ciii do ii ivni innn- impns ililc III v;it hiotluTs tn leave vou ill peace. Page 488 Mrs. r. R. Frank G. Walter E. Clarence L. Stuart D. Walter s. Inel 11. William M. Robert Jarrell, Anderson Atkinson Au hrey Auld Blair Blake Booth Brite Housemother Tom W. Ed W. Joseph H. Di uglas E. James L. Ralph T. limmv Robert L. Gene T. Brown Clark Cline Co e Cole, Jr. Cox Crews Crews Dare Ralph A. V. Wendell Donald C. W lliam F. John O. George B Thomas E. F. Wilson Alvin M. Dickinson Dockum Douglas c;a St ilarmon, Jr. Hauget Uilmer Hood Ivcrson Harry C. Ravmon A. Dean George F. James K. Ernest I.. Clarke E. Benjamin Robert B. Keeton Kern Kniffin Ko Ize Levorsen Lippert Mitchell McCafferty Parsons John A. Peter E. Kenneth E Robert T. Darre 11 R )bert F ed L. Charles B, Phillips Poulos Quigg Rcnnie Royal R jmley R jtherford Scherle Tommx J. Walter R. lerome Lee C. Arthur J ' hn T. R )hert Wade Shaw ■ Shuttee Smith Stoldt Swan son T fska T rapp Walker Ben T. Demi F. Edward E Di.n Tames K. illiarn G. r. CJarrx Richard M Walkingstick Wallace Waller Ward Watson Whisnand w ilson Zajic Page 489 Kappa Alpha Order under the guidance and in- fluence of Rooert F " . Lee was foimded at Washing- ton College, Lexington, Virginia, in 1865. Observ- ing Lee ' s example every member of the fraternitj ' endeavors to pattern his life in an effort to attain his courage, patriotism, and purity. The order has expanded throughout the years, carefully selecting its members and training them in the idea of south- ern chivalry. Beta Eta chapter was the first frater- nity on the O.U. campus and was established in 1905. Some outstanding KA alumni are former Secretary of State George C. ] L-irshall, Methodist Bishop Garfield B. Oxnam, Rear Admiral Richard E. Byrd, and the late General George C. Patton. The Dixie dance, an annual December function, climaxed a successful fall social season. The at- mosphere of the ante-bellum South was recaptured splendidly if briefly. The Plantation Ball, given in the spring, is destined to become a campus institu- tion. Among traditional events the annual KA-Beta " Beer Bowl Classic " was witnessed b - an impres- sive crowd who saw the KA " Crimson Tide " swamp the " Bulldogs " 37-14. Beta aa CLpUr of m UPll OFFICERS Berx. rd Ille .... Ted Be. ' Vle Gene AVhittixgtdx and Charles Hoover Mrs. I ' m line Fi.ixg Iohxsov President Vice-President Social Chairmen Housemother IhdVi: Sdiithtrn miilltimii Jainif nirki-rvm, Slyniii llouthit :uul lack Mirritl havi- a cup nl lea with Mothtr -J " - ItrliKi-: Jim McPcnaUl tclK a ImiK wimlcit IniU scs ion vi( i til imcrcslcil li-iciuis ' Tcit " Cuitluric, T. I. (Juthcric and Dick .Miskcll. Page 490 Pauline F. Johnston, Housemother Karl V. Almquist Robert r. Anderson Linus T. Baker, Jr. Neal P. Barrett William G. Bennett Robert E. Berney Richard C. Beveridge Donald J, Blantnn Refnrd Bond Donald W. Branham Rodger E. Bnrson Robert F. Ca Ion key Paul N. Carris Robert N. Chaddock George E. Cobb John R. Cobb Wavne S. Crawford Jack Cuthbert Jaime E. Dickerson Rov S. Douthit Edwin W. Dudley Jim E. Duncan Bob D. Eastwood Jack D. Eubank John M. Ewing Robert J. Farquharsc James L. Fisk Wallace H. Franklin Jim Gonders Charles R. CJuthrie Thomas J. Guthrie Charles L. Heard Paul R. Hedlund Charles R. Hoover Harold K. Hoyt Mike Hughes Morgan V. Hunter Bob Hutchison Bernard G. Ille Charles H. Johns Dick E. Jones Arthur R. Kearney Richard D. Kimball David A. KirabcU Ralph D. Kopplin William J. Kopplin lohn 1. Lacey Roy E. Matthews Mark A. Melton Tack N. iVIerritt Ross Miller Wavne B. Miller Richard B Miskell John P. Montgomery James R. McDonald Santord H. Nord William L. Peterson Harrv H. Phillips Robert I.. Pierson George M. Reeves Jack B. Schwab Bob Short Jack B. Smith Bob Swatek Fay H. Troutt R. West Lvnn A. White Paul R. White Eugene A. Whittington, Jr. Robert F. Wood Tom E. Workman Page 491 At A Iiddlebury College, Middlebury, ' ermont, on May 17, 1905, Kappa Delta Rho was founded hy a group of men who felt that the need of attain- ing brotherhood could be accomplished bv organ- izing a fraternity. Their motto, " Honor Super Omnia " — honor above all things — reflects the spirit of Kappa Delta Rho. With these things in mind, a group of men, headed by Charles Moiitgomer , held the hrst meeting of Phi Colon of Kappa Delta Rho at the L ' niversit - of Oklahoma on September 20. 1948. The following spring on May 14. 1949, the National President of Kappa Delta Rho, John L. Blakeley, formally initiated the Charter Members of Phi Colony at their newly acquired house. The members dearl - loved their first pledge class who turned out to be angels . . . with horns. The Pro- hibition Dance met with huge success. Rounding out the social events of the year were the Christmas Party, the Joe College house party, and the Spring Formal. The housemother, Mrs. S. F. Ta lor, af- fectionately called " Mon " , helped greatly in plan- ning the parties. Vith these first stepping stones behind us. Phi of Kappa Delta Rho is rapidly grow- ing and taking its place in the Greek world on the campus. j- ki L kapter or OFFICERS Dnx.Ai.D L. Hamilton Harlaxd a. Carti:r Leslie BAL L I • Jl lm ' Lontos . Saint C ' lair I,i zzi . ' ice-P President ' resulent Secretary Treasurer Social (. " iiairman ihovr: I ' rnu.l aiii-i ILmkiIiI I l.niill(..ii uiiviiK iii.rliait f..r linitluT Kappa P.lla Kli-.s ami Mi . Cliaili- R. Tavliw. Ilrloii-: KvidciitU il iMi ' t Satunla nielli at llu- Kappa n.lta Rhn l„„ivf. Page 492 Mrs. Charles R. Taylor, Housemother Leslie H. Balmain Maurice A. Berger Belsur E. Bristow Albert J. Brown Ross W. Bruner Harland A. Carter Earl V. Dittman Philip H. Dittmar n.mald L. Hamilton Tommie Huff Lauren L. Hulse Edmund R. Kirkland Jimmy T. Lontos St. Clair F Luzzi Thomas C. Moore Edward Ci. Rcigle Thomas Robinson G. .Robert Scrogg R. ns John Wei F. er Fred A. Wierum Page 493 The Kappa Sigma Fraternity was founded on December 10, 1 S69, at the L niversity of ' irginia. Since that time the fraternity has spread throughout the U. S. and Canada. At present there are 115 ac- tive chapters, with numerous alumni organizations. Gamma Kappa of Kappa Sigma was founded in June of 1906 at O.U. In the spring of 1949 Gam- ma Kappa moved into a new home situated at 1100 College. Foremost among the social events of the campus is the annual Hellzapoppin Dance. Actions and cos- tumes at this dance are spontaneous and original. The house provided entertainment for actives, their dates and guests throughout the year. Largest of these house dances were the Christmas Formal and the Rose Formal. Some of the better known alimini of the frater- nity in this section are: Mayor Allan Street of Oklahoma City ; Paul Reed, Commissioner of Pub- lic Safety ; Judge John Brett, Criminal Court of Appeals; Dr. J. B. Eskridge, obstetrician. Nation- ally known alumni are Hoagy Carmichael, Drew Pearson, AVarren Austin, Lowell Thomas, Edwin Hubble, and the late Beauford Jester of Texas. tamma U appa L kapter of u H 1 [ H OFFICERS Wesley Chaliaxt . . . Grand Master Loxg .... Grand Procterator LARR • AVi.Mi n - Grand Master of Ceremonies James Hitson .... (irand Treasurer Ijn Kl) Fskriih;i: .... (ilrand Scrihe Ihiivr: The h.niu! in tlic inffcc X: h v m K;ipp;i SiK have a fricmllv chat. liilniv: Thi pictMK- is ii.n li. shci« nff Kappa Sijjs M ars, Wimpi , .luhiiveMi .iml H II. h ix In i;iv - a gamier .11 all th i f hra-utitul cups. Page 494 Mrs. Joy Yergler, Herbert C. Adams, Jr- Gunnar W Anderson Lonzo P. Armstrong Robert L. Bainbridge Robert P. Baughman John E. Bort John A. Brett Tom R. Brett Housemother Harrv J. Bro«n William F. Brown C. B. Cameron Robert E. Campbell Weslev Chalfant Conrad Cook L. Donald B. Dhonau Tohn M. buffie, Jr William E. Durrett Clifton A. Ellis Edward E. Eskridge Kit Farwell Bill Fry lames R Giff n Thoma Grant, s G. Jr. lerrv A. Hale Nowlin Holcombe Bob S. Hooper William R. Hutson Milton E. Johnson A. -. Jones Charles Jones William Kamp H Joe R. Leguen ec John L. LeHew Paul B. Lindsey Carlie C. Long lohn A. i.ove lames D. " Matlock Forrest J. Miller Charles R Milner Van T. Moon Morris Myers T. Joe C. McClendon Jere W. McKenn Harrison W. Pace Ben F. Pearson Bill Pitchford lim L. Pundt Frank H. Rapp Paul Reed V. To Rr hn bin P. son Warren M. Will Schanb Shult am B. Hal K. Simmon John D. Smith Calvin Steinberger Hugh G. Swift Arlen R. Thompson Lyndell I.. Tucker Don Van E. Dall D ant c;. land Paul H Ward Fred J. Wetzel Rov R. wight Jack E. Williams Page 495 Lambda Chi Alpha by virtue of its 130 actixc chapters, is the largest National Fraternity on col- lege campuses today. Lambda Chi Alpha is vigor- ous, enterprising and has shown remarkable growth and development since its founding in 1909. An outstanding event of the year was the crown- ing of Alpha Chi Omega Gwen Atkinson as Queen of the Lambda Chi White Rose Formal. Some of the outstanding members of Lambda Chi are LeRoy A. Wilson, president of American Tele- phone and Telegraph Co., President Truman, James H. Doolittle, Chester Gould, creator of Dick Trac , and on this campus. Dean W. H. Carson of the Engineering College and Dr. E. L. Lucas, pro- fessor of geological engineering. While Lambda Chi is the youngest of the leading fraternities, it is recognized everywhere as a pro- gressive leader. Lambda Chi ' s annual Christmas and Count) ' Fair parties were a success as usual. Intramural sports found the fraternity forging ahead again this year. The play-offs were reached in almost every major sport and the bowling team held one of the highest spots in its league. Ljatnma f ko Lata L kaptev of L (OFFICERS James Coolev . TjtANE Deal . Hu.i. Savage .Mai rice Di ncan . ( iIm: .Andrew. ski I ' resideiit ' ice- President Secretary Treasurer Social Chairman lh„-v,: Mnilur William-. I ' lin-rlaiiis l.amWa V - Hmiuiii, I,,illiii , C ' haiirnaii, Miinic ami Sli-pluMiv. H.liiiL-: John aiulni.....! kihil v a liul (-aiiasra yaiiu- aiming, nnimlil . na iil, Kni MaMns ami Jack Sii.Kl ;ra v Page 496 Mrs. Helen Williams, Housemother Donald E. Akard Robert P. Andrews (iene Andrewski William C. Armstrong, Jr. William IL Baker Bob Kumpas Joe E. Burke Roy -. B jium William J. Carter Eugene W. Chapman Lawrence Cook James H. Cooley Clavton S. Coover . Iilt..n F. Davis Carroll T. Deal Leigh B. Dennis Lester M. Doughty Maurice G. Ouncan Daniel J. Fioroni Bruce W. Gamhill Bud F. Garland Sidney M. Ciroom Richard 1). (;rund (ieorge . Haddad Jackson D. Haraway Donald C. Harder, Jr. Jim llatcher William E. Heimann Harold R. llofener William R. Hogge Jctinings William H, Katigan David A. Kindig Van 11. Latfertv Jimmie L. Litton Richard W. Lock James A. Looraer Kenneth E. Masters Bob .Maxwell limmie P. .Miller Courtland M. Moore Dwight R. Moore Theodore K. McCourrv Dee E. Renshaw William R. Savage Charles C. Scheirman Jack W. Snodgress David S. Tackett Raymond E. Thcimer Steven D. Tomlinson lohn B. Vanderpool Harry A. Waltemath Page 497 After winning the intramural championship for the third straight time last spring, Phi Delta Theta added the scholarship trophy to its achievements, casting aside any doubt that the boys from 1 1 1 K. Boyd were limited in talent. Thus, the local chap- ter carried on in the true spirit of its international organization. Founded December 26, 1848, in Old North Hall at Miami University, Oxford. Ohio, Phi Delta Theta has seen its membership grow to near the 70,000 mark, and its chapters increase to 110. More Phi Delts belong to Phi Beta Kappa and " ' ho ' s Who in America " than any other Greek letter fra- ternity, and there has been at least one Phi in every Cabinet post as well as both President and ' ice- President. Benjamin Harrison was the first presi- dent elected as an active fraternity man. Phi Delts lead all fraternities in appointments as Rhodes Scholars, and in placements on Ail-American foot- ball teams. Famed alumni from Alpha chapter in- clude screen star ' an Hetlin ; Bud Browning, coach of the championship Olympic basketball team ; Ger- ald Tucker, All-American basketball player; and Hugh McDermott, chairman of the physical educa- tion department. Ol,LUa -ALL CLpU „ Pil OFFICERS D.wiD Oven President T. J.ACK Foster, Jr. . . . " ice-President Charles Simons Secretary S. . i H.VRRis Treasurer l, RKi O ' HiRN . . . Social C ' hairman Ah:,v,-. llic ulu-iU lit tlu ' IMii 11..V1-.-, Hi.k MiCiil.- hlii, K. 1. R(.Kfi . R. V. fiiniiiiiKham, Hmvc () m ' 11, llnrris, Vetc CoopiT aiul I ' . J. ruMcr, liavi- a cup " llli " Morn " Abernathy. «, ' ■!;■. Hulking lu-mcn I ' hi Dilts W llnrki-v, I.arkin Oll.rii, K.iuutli KllKMrt-, John TxUt, IVii WiM. anil Itill I ' lmn .uliniii- thai mhikIh afciT rii|i. Page 498 Mrs. W. B. Abernathv, Housemother Joseph N. Allen, Jr. William H. Attebury Robert C. Bailey Stuart C. Bailey Tom Barbour John B. Best, Jr. Robert Biggs 1 Donald G. Birchum William F Brown Sam C. Burnell George Carnahan Thomas M. Carroll, Jr. William H. Carson Peter M. Cofjper Tom Crowl Raymond C. Cunningham CJeorge Davis B Billy L. Drassen Ralph F. Ellinger Jerry D. Emenhiser Bill Emery Robert S. Everitt Guv Ewton, Jr. Cecil L. Ford Walter O. Ford T. Jack Foster Sam Freema 1 Charles H Froeb Clarke B. Gillespie Tom W. Goodwin Arthur P. Gorman S. G. Hale Gradv D. Harris Sam Harris James W. Hendrick John R. Hinkle Toe ilorkev William R Horkey Phillip B, Howard Bill Hudson Robert S. Hughes Greg Ireton John W. Johnson Henrv R. Jones Kenneth Killgore Robert E. Lee John C Lemon Donald P. MacLoud James W. Mercer David L. Morgan Norman B. Musselman Neill McCoun Norman W. McNabb Bill Neal Richard S. Norville Herbert C. Oakes Larkin O ' Hern David J. Oven. Jr. Jimmy F. Patterson William E. Portman Robert W. Pullen Tommv T. Randall Walter B. Ratliff Frank O. Rippv Philip D. Ripp Eduard C. Ritchey Emmett Rogers, I J Bill A. Simms Charles E Simons Herbert B. Smith James L. Spivey Charles A Stowe Albert G Talbot Richard L. John Thompson Tyler Charles W. Ward Ted S. Webb Ri bert D. oolley Page 499 r lu Jwieqa L kaoter oj ipi The Fraternity of Phi (laninia Delta was found- ed on May 1, 1S4S, at Jefferson College, Canons- burg, Pa. The high degree of spirit and organiza- tion attained by this vast brotherhood is typified on a smaller scale by the Xu Omega chapter, one of the leading branches of the parent organization. On December 29, 1916, Nu Omega was installed as a chapter of Phi ( lamma Delta. Thus was estab- lished one of the more energetic fraternal organiza- tions on the campus. Scholarship is represented individually by the ef- forts of AVilliam Paul, winner of the Pe-et Out- standing Freshman Award, and the chapter Schol- arship Award. The chapter as a whole has a high scholastic rating. Rush was represented this year by the conclusion of a well co-ordinated rush in which a new class of ?i2 OLitstanding men became affiliated with the fra- ternity. Outstanding members include Louis Trust, IPC treasurer, L. ' .D. treasurer. Outstanding Sooner Man of 1949, Accounting Club, American Legion; Joe Holmes. IFC Executive Committee. IFC AVorkshop Chairman, V.M.C.A., Chairman of the Sooner Carnival. rHiuuunniA OFFICERS Loiis Trost joi; Hoi.ME.s Jim . |i i Tirrki.i. Li;e Stidh.a.m Dick ' an Ci.i;i;i- Him. 1)(i iir . President " ice- President Recording Secretary I ' reasiirer H istorian Social Chairman 1 1- " Representative lln,-vi: riu- IMii Cams an- .u piciul .it lluir iu« lumse plans lliat ll rauv top hilling nvrr tin- liriplarr. l.miis I ' rnst poiiiis nut a liw ill tlir tcatiiro In jm- lliilim and Dickl. yanCl.i ' l. ;,7OTi. Il.iu III liiM- fri.iuls anil ilipriss pn.pli- nr AlUn Sniilh, tile joki-r iil llu I ' lii (lain Iiiium ' , pdiirliiK water mi (litf (lay while Frank Ki-rMitttr laughs mi. Page 500 ' Mrs. Woo Hale, House- mother d Robert E. Aikman Roger D. Allen Earl Amundsoii Charles Armour lames E. Arnold Don Atkins Carrol Kenneth L Banes Dick Barber Edward Barbour William E. Beckman I Charles L Blackburn G. M. Bradfield Cliff Bradley David H. Brazil Dahl P. Broun W. O. Callaway C. Clifton Clay James R. Clowe Keith C-ogswell Charles Coleman Tom R. Coleman Dan Coulter Eddie B. Crowder Joe Crowder Dick Dial W. H. Dougherty R. W. Do.ier, Jr I.ihn W. Drake C. E. Duffner Jack Dyer Alan R. Dysart W. H. Dysart Dirk F. Ellis Clyde R. Ferguson Bob Field C. B. Fite Jack M. Godfrey Roy C;. CJordon, Ir James W. CJorman W. S. (;rimm Lew W. Ground David Hall Robert D. Hill Dave llolbert loe Holmes Scott K. Hunt Tommy Jacobs Jerry V. Jarrett John P. Jenness jr. D. P. Jeppe Eddie A. Keegan Tomas A. Klein Bob L. Ku ken- da 11 A. r. Leverett Jerome A. Lewis Mvers W. Lockard Rov Lockhart John C. Loucks Larry L. Lowery R. K. LoNvery Darrell C. Miller John C. Moler Robert L. McAdams Charles R. McNeese Barton Nixon Ronald r. Paschal! W. C. Paul Di ier Pierson I .hn R. Redman Dean Rinehart ; Bill A. Robinson Frank D. Robinson, J r. Talbert W. J. Robinson John Rogers Bob Roop Bill W. Rucks Jay C. Sanders Rowdy Sanger Robert C. Saunders Otho W. Shumate D. C. Smith W. P. Stac George I.. Stidham Al J Taylor T m L. loh errell Th n Carl S. Louis imas Tinch, Jr. Trost F. Edwin Troutt A. Bob Van CI R. M. eef Van Cle James R. -f West Sam A. Wilson Hal H. Wolfe Page 501 The Founder ' s Day Banquet on P ' ebruary 19 commemorated the 98th birthday of Phi Kappa Psi, founded at Jefferson College, Pennsylvania, by Charles P. T. Moore and William H. Letterman in 1S52. Among its distinguished alumni Phi Kappa Psi ranks such notables as former president AVoodrow V ilson ; actor Frank Morgan ; Ellis R an, owner of the Cleveland Indians; Joseph Henderson, presi- dent of the American Bar Association ; Edwin Paule , appointed Under-Secretary of the Navy by President Truman; and Pat Vea er, NBC ' s new vice-president in charge of television. The annual Gay Bachelor ' s formal was held on March 24 with old time lamp posts and gay silhou- ettes lining the walls of the auditorium of AVood- row Vilson Center. The Gay Bachelor ' s formal has come up in the past few years to be second on the Phi Psi social calendar only to their famed Pov- erty Ball held on May 6. One of the first fraternities to be established at OU, Oklahoma Alpha of Phi Kappa Psi has always been a leader in campus and interfraternity activi- ties. The local chapter was granted its national charter in 1920. OUaL oma L CLpu of n uu n C l. IN ' CiOODE . DlCk .MORC.AN . Dkk .M (i I ' RI II Pi ' KriVAI. . . ' i.i.i:x Ki:i:c N OFFICERS President ' ice- President Secretary Treasurer Historian Ihnv,: ilnm lllc luiiinr l.M.kv ot lll.s.- I ' lll IM uaitiT ll;nilv Spiinlc iv uciitl tii liavr a lni liliu-. Ilrl.i-ti-: I ' ll.- s -v.-n ..■(■|M,-k 1h-II t.ilK t.., uiiulilinj; I ' lii IMs Unl. M.ailds. Allan Krcfjaii, Tliiik Mnr ;aii aiul |im I,( ' l.-iul,,ii. Page 502 Mrs. R. J. Puckett, Housemother Jimmv R. Bond Robert L. Boothe Edwin G. Brigance Richard P. Buck Paul Coggins Robert T. Colson Dexter C. Eldridge Streeter B. Flynn John H. Gardner Owen K. Garriott Charles J. Gillum John M. Goode Alex R. Hafer, Jr. Robert L. Hazel Stanley F. Hopper Earl D. Kanaly Allen N. Keegan Llevvellvn I.. Keller Richard Mayo W. David A. Maytubby Jack W. Moore Richard R. Morgan Warren G. Morris Max McDaniel Charles R. McMurry Jack W. Paine Manford K. Patterson Fred Percival Joe Snider Hardv L. Spiegle Phillip G. ' Von Tungeln Roy T. Weaver Donald M. Wilson Willis R. Yarbrough Page 503 This year, the Omicron of Phi Kappa Sigma joins hands across the nation going into its 100th anniversary. Phi Kap has become a leader with its conservative but steady growth tor the past centurv, and it has contributed materially to the country with outstanding alumni. Mother Mae Clark enters her 23rd consecutive year as hostess and has been recentlv elected presi- dent of the campus housemothers organization. The Skull House combines scholastic and social functions to offer a well-rounded college life, and follow its plan of southern hospitality ith se eral house parties and outstanding dances such as the Christmas party, the " Shipwreck Ball " , and the " Hotel Partx " when the dates take over the house for a night. During the December elections, newly elected officers were Chet Leonhardt, president; Maury Flynn, vice-president ; Harold Lowery, recording secretary; Roger Hickok, corresponding secretary, and F ddie Fancher, treasurer. Phi Kaps, in the majority of cam|uis organiza- tions, are carrying on the proud tradition of Phi Kappa Sigma set during the past 20 years on the O.U. campus. LJtnicron L kapter oi ipt rmiirpniiiyi OFFICERS Hii.i. Moore jl l RoWE . . . . HaEWORTH RolilRTSO X l• " l.o I) Mii.i.iR Cm;T i,i;() H ARDT . President " ice- President Recording Secretary Corresponding Secretary Treasurer thnrr: Hill Hall is „nv ..f llu ' mi.ri- tali-ntcil I ' lii Kaps— |ila till- piaiici with his lens. |ini Ha iu- anil Ri Ktr lli.l.ik liirnisli tin- siilr Mipp.ut uliili- Welsh h..lil 111. Mllisi,-. Ilrlmi- ' n- i.iori.nis Oklahnma Suuar Hn ) ' i-i ' ) laiiuil a line Irnphi tnr thi- I ' hi Kap n K..U. ' , Kill Mdiirc aiul .Mlin Iliu-klfluTry, .1 linr iliciiratiirs and hang i ' up. Iiani nt xiiii. Jim Page 504 Mrs. C. K. Bill Billy J. James H. K. William D. Donald R. Kent Thurston A. Milton L. Clark, Addison Alley Argo Arnold Baker Bell Blaine Blakely Boehm Housemother Robert W. James G. Paul D. Donald E. lohn E. Tames J. Paul E. Jim C. William S. Edward A Brinlee Bush Bushong Clark Cotfman Cook DeCJratfen- reid buckett Durham Fancher Robert C. Maurv E. Lucian C. Charles M William P. Thomas E. Bill E. Lee O. Tommy E. Roger L. Fancher Flynn Franks CJillespie Crannt Green Hall Hall Hartman Hickok Allen C. Samuel C. J. Clark Tom J. Don R. Fred V. Gordon E. B ton H Chester N. William B Huckleberry Jack Jones I.aBenske Lane Lange Leaman LeFevre Leonhardt Little Harold G. Amherst Flovd F. James H. Noble A. Lee Bill M. Richard E. Don C. Art E. Lowrcy Merrman Miller Miller Miller Mills Moore .Morton Oden Pcmberton Robert L. limmie D. Frank T. A. H. Thomas S. J. Harvey Abe Robert N James A. Finns M. Penilarvis Pollock Pope, Jr. Robertson Rogers Roper Ross, Jr. Ross Rowe Sanderlin Jerry J. Robert L. Bobbv C. Hon Fred F. Hcrma n J. Lei E. W illiam R. H iward F. Scott Shaw Smith Smith Smith Smith Sm th Sir ith St me Frank E. Tom W. Edward E. Ralph S. Jack B. Bill Ed ward F. D maid C. Bill Suverkrup Thurston Tomlins Jr. Tread veil Turley Wadd ell W E-bb elch Y ount Page 505 The combination of high social standing, scholar- ship, and athletics has meant another successful year for Beta Omicron chapter of F ' i Kappa Alpha. On September 24, 1920. the local PiKA chapter was chartered. There have been 575 men initiated into this chapter since its founding. Today nearly 41,000 PiKAs honor the six young founders in 94 chapters throughout the nation. Coming back to the completely redecorated house last fall, car-loads of PiKAs soon found their x a to Dallas — Lou Ann ' s will never be the same. The climax of the fall semester occurred on No- vember 19 when the PiKA ' s held their atinual Dream Girl formal dance, and selected Sue Mayes, Alpha Phi Charm, as their Dream (jirl of 1 50. Not only socially, but scholastically and promi- nently men of PiKA showed their colors, (leorge Etz, senior in engineering, was elected president of Tail Omega. John Hager, senior in Law, was elect- ed Clerk of Phi Delta Phi. So, all in all. PiKA hopes to see even a bigger and better ear in 1950 than ever before. eta Lymicmn L kapier o riiippnipii OFFICKRS R Athkrton Hon .McI.Aix . Dick . LA ES Km. I ' ll Ogdkx . CwiiM.i: DispoT President ice-President Secretary Treasurer ocial Chairman Ihiivi-: ■Mum " llainiltdn takes a mt-ilrd stitrh In PiK.A (lark ' valla ' s shirt while Jim l.ea waits his turn. Ia HiMiis Idiiks like he ' s just fniMul a permanent shirt sewer. Itiluii-. The mail musieians of the l ' iK. hiuise are Carl (iillier, iniindulin; Biih Mcl.ain, hiimemade bass; Jim Darnell, guitar; Dirk Ma es, ukulele; CitorKf Roller, violin; Hon Ilarlman, piano; ami Malrolm Morris, banjo uke. Page 506 w ( ). Mrs. L. J. Hamilton, Housemother Howard Eiser George D. Hann Richard L. Mayes Clarence J. McFerron David R. Rutherford Richard L. Tolleson Ray G. Athertnn George H. Etz William F. Harrah George O. Mejlaender Richard McMurrav lohnnv M. Sands ' Rudv J. White Jack H. Gardner Don D. Hartma Harold R. Messmore Ellis G. Gibson Joe D. King lames S. MillvHirn Joe L. CJravitt Wesle , Kruinme Richard C, Grav Charles P. Lackey Duane L. Milton Charles S. Nelson Bill n. Saxon Boh c;. Whitlev Elmer C. Nelson Louis W. Schlaephfer William N. Willcutt Ralph C. Nicholson Herbert S. Scott Morris D. Wilson Marvin E. owlin William T. Shaner Rov Wilson Charles F. Ravmond Thomas S. Simms William R. Wimbish William E. Grisso Jim Lea Malcolm L. Morris lames Vt. Rilev James W. Swank Clark B. Wys«ng, Jr. John W. Hager Charles E. Malson G. Wythe Munford (Jeorgc L. Roller John R. Thomson James . . Yarnell Page 507 e-miwi ota (chapter of l 1 Pi Lambda Phi, celebrating its 33th birthday in 1950, is the oldest of Jewish fraternities. It was created at ale L niversity in 1S93 by a group of students who desired to eliminate prejudice and sectarianism from Ameiican L ' niversities. " That all men are created equal " is the watchword of the fraternity. Nationally, the organization has grown to claim a total of 37 chapters and 10,000 mem- bers throughout the U. S. and Canada, including such well known alums as Louis B. Majer, Laur- ence A. Steinhardt, Arthur ] L Loew, Richard Rod- gers, and Oscar Hammerstein IL Iota Chapter of Pi Lambda Phi, was established in 1940 hen Phi Beta Delta amalgamated with Pi Lambda Phi. When the doors to the house open- ed in September a new season blossomed forth with 21 pledges and 32 members. Returning as housemother for her 18th year, Mrs. Herman Levin saw the house place second in Home- coming house decorations this year, acti ely parti- cipate in campus organizations and acti ities through- out the year, and rank high in scholastic achieve- ments among fraternities. OFFICERS Ai.Ax S. Golden .... Rex Donald Pollack .... Archon Bernard Ri iun .... K.O.K. Alan Singer Scribe Leon ARo Cohen .... . Marshall .llmve: No need for diic of the Oorscy brothers luii thi- Pi I.iimlnla Phi bmul gets Ki ' ' " K- They ' ve even koi vm looks liki- :i harried Inrsiiu-ss maiiamr. liilini:: A fast n " iie ol pint; pciiij; clia an imrrcsli ' d Kallcrx in the I ' i I.anilida IMii honsc. Page 508 p ' a « f « ■ r r) r ( r TTT? r n Lena Levine, Housemother MelvvM D. Abels Morton J. Adels Leon Alexander Abraham Allen Ernest Appel Martin S. Bellet Henry J. Berry Lionel D. Berson Morris B. Blumenthal Sanford I B.)rofsk.v Lee M. Brown Emanuel Cohen Leonard NL C.)hen Sherman J. Cohen Preston J. Eisbcrg Irvin A. Fagin Howard Frankel Leon N. Galoob Harold E. CJaspar Robert L. Gelman Morris C;iazer Alan S. Goldcii Samuel R. Greenberg Henry J. Klein Freddv Levine Louis Levy Allan Neustadt Harold L Orchid Sheldon S. Ornstcin Arthur A. Phillips Donald Pnllock Howard L. Raskin Merrell D. Reiss Benny Ring Sam B. Rosenberg Roland S. Rosinsky Bernard M. Rubin Dean S. Sanditen Wilfred L Sanditen Martin E. Shosid Richard L Silberg Robert M. Silberg Al Sii an M. Carl I r Singer Hardy S. Solomon J. Leiner Temerlin Charles M. Weiss Bob ZIotky Page 509 On March 9, 1856. Sigma Alpha Epsilon was founded at the University of Alabama at Tusca- loosa. Today. SAE is one of the largest national fraternities with 119 chapters. Oklahoma Kappa of SAE was established October 23, 1909, and was one of the first five national fraternities on the campus. Vith the belief that a fratenu ' ty cannot only be an aid to its members but also an asset to the Uni- versity, SAE has devoted its efforts toward achieving such goals. The fraternity and its members are con- tributing their support to the various organizations, activities and programs of the administration. This year members of SAE were outstanding in campus activities. The Sig Alph football team won the classic Finger Bowl for the fourth ear . . . Don Mever, Spencer Tavlor, Bill Jacobs, and Bill Lake were all B.AEO.C. ' s . . . John Wagner took time out from Law School to be Lincoln County ' s member of the House of Representatives . . . Bob Kumler edited The Covered Jf ' agon. Scholars though they are, they abandoned the books for a moment to let mayhem reign at the famous Inter- national Ball, and produced a Christmas Show that made " South Pacific " just another ocean. aia. J(appa CLpte. of Mi WM ErSM OFFICERS Don J. Leemak l-REn Jones. Jr. I ' ai Ki I )(l M I I R Hill. .Mi: Ki. President ' ice- President Secretary Treasurer Social (. " iiairman Ami 111 ' re ,hI ,Iu- p, .1 tllr .Ml hulls 111 .Sig -•riH- llilmc: Str;nv lioss Kill Meazcl hand out advice lur lUio- i;itiiiK the Sig Alt liaMincnt to Steve Sniiler, Bob Hmll and Stan .Smith. Page 510 WFHSBM Mrs. D.A. Cnchran, )louse- miPlher J. A. J. G. K R I,. 1.. R. M. F.dilii- S. L. R. F. O. E. J. E. Barnev Barrv Adki nn Alfxaridtr Allen Amhristcr Attehurv Baker Barfield Barrv V. M. Beard R. H. Bittman r. E. Bover E. c;. Krvant Bill F. Buell Bob T. Bi.ell R. S. Craig W. C. Craig 1. Cr r. ites T. L. Crockett J. F. Dobbs J. S. Downing T. A. Duggin W. M. Hess F. T. J. r. Fleet Frazier Jr. W. K. T. S. Humphreys Irby B. W. Freem, n E. W. Freeman E. B. Johnson D. N. Frye (;. B. Johnson C. R. CJrissorn C. M. Jones lim ilankinson Fred Jones, Jr. J- V. Head Pat Kimberlin Richard Hcatlv Llovd Henderson Bill P. J. H. Kitchen vv. c. Lake lim B. law Dan A. Lawson Don I. Lcemar D. ( ' . Locke D. M. Lockett LcRoy Long W M . C. eazel Don E. Meyer Ed O. Monnet Don L. Moody Sam K. McCall C.]. McCoy Reece McOee L. H. McCiiiire A. Q. O ' Brien L. N. Bill Hu OrtenburgerPalmer Pe gh Rex E. Phillips Dan Rambo C. E. Rogers T. D. Rowel 1, III C. M. Schwab BiUv J. Shiiman R. S. Smith T. (;. Smith Lee Sne V. " d Steve S. L. Snider Tavl ir Th ne II. L. R. Thc,mp on J. A. Trigg C. E. Trowbr L. S. dge ' ance, Jr J. E. Wagner E. C. Warren E. P. Warren, Jr. R. M. Webber Stansell Whiteside W . R. B(ib iedman Will n. ams W S. Iliams J. 11. Wilson, Jr. Billv L. Wise W. R. Witcher R. B. Smith Page 51 I In spite of rumors to the contrary, tlu ' SAM ' s staggered and stiuiiped through another year. At times the big house on the little hill was threatened with complete calaniit , for it was the scene of many roof raising parties. The boys really went in strong for everything from blind dating to poverty parties. The idea seemed to get lotsa girls in the house — lotsa girls. The chapter was blessed b the return of two absentee fraters, Steve Biespiel, who had been in the Navy, and Shell Einhorn, who took a ear off at home. The romantic highlights of the ear were the marriages of Irv Frank to Sharma Newman and Sam Silver to Erleiie Shoshone, and the pinning by Bernie " Hull " Becker to Sl ra Loskove at the homecoming formal. Bernie also represented the house in the " All Star Fraternit. -Independent Foot- ball game. " The activities of Stu Silbar, Don Fixelle, and Sam Arbuse as a pantominic trio gained no end of notoriet) . The sports genius of the house turned out to be no other than Dick Bodenstein. Officers for the spring semester were Dick Bach- rach, president; Larry Axelrod, treasurer; and Mar- in Greenberg, secretarv. J iama ipka L kapte o, OFFICERS Harold Butler Dk ' k Bachrach I, Ki . xi:lrc)|) President Treasurer Secretary , . ,1. ,- Mii Ahuvf. Sigm;i .Mplia Mii an ' goiiiK to net slfcpiiig linilhiT Charle Kupp t.i nil all with that hand in a n ' ' ss cit water. Htlnvi: So the bathtubs an- full — Sigma Alpha Mus Riiss lli ' cht aiul Sam lU-rgman takr to the kitchen for their Satiirdav ilnnkiit . Page 512 Ark dM as. fas K hO Mrs. Sonia Brown, Housemothei Samuel Arbuse H. Lawrence J. Axelrod Richard Bachrac M. Bernard Becker Samuel R. Bergman Steve E. Biespiel Richard E. Bodenstein Harold B. Butler Harold Charne Sheldon D. Einh )rn Gerald L. Fine Richard A. Finkelstein Donald Fixelle L. Edwin M. Freeman Harvev Click Sanford L. (irecnherg Ralph L. Haas Charles S. Kopp Leonard Leventhal Samuel H. Locffler M M irris ehl S. Jack Pollock Bernard Roberts M. Alan L. Schreiber Stuart D. Silbar Ralph B. Solomon Be Su rnard kman Bennett Wagner D. Laurence F. Wolfherg Ha Zim M. merman Charles J Zofness Page 513 Since its founding, on June 28, ]85 at Miami University, Oxford, Ohio, Sigma Chi has become one of the largest and strongest national fraternities in the Greek world. In the same year, Sigma Chi w ith Beta Theta Pi and Phi Delta Theta formed the now famous Miami Triad. Heta Kappa received its charter on March 12, 1012, and has since become a very active chapter in the fraternity. At the present time, there are 806 names on the chapter roles. This chapter strives to participate in all important University activities, believing that this is important in the moldng of a person ' s character and fittng him for future life. The main objectives of the fraternity are the pro- motion of fairness, decency, and good manners and the maintenance of a true brotherhood. Anne T ree. Gamma Phi Beta, was chosen " Sweetheart of Sigma Chi " for the year 1950-51. At the present, members are completing plans for a new chapter house and hope to have these plans finished and to begin construction in the near future. i5eta appa Chapter o ■M|ilfi ZjL M OFFICKRS r)i)v Marco Jim i ' Rvzii ' R I ACK MaRSHAI.I. President X ' ice-President Secretarv JOHN- Bkki-ori) Treasurer Bi 1) Cash Social Chairman . -MV. Si HM ( lii Suli.i MS Ml tl • Sh..u •1. Al.i , Nn,»o,ul ;liuI U liiAi. .1 Cas., il.n uh, uill - ■I tin- .. u- aiul nllU t.iwcl (, Mi R.;uliiiu hniii l.ti t.i .lulu uf MT llu- Ixti.r lialvi-s ..I Call SiiU ' JMT, ' SiLHik " Sinitli, Hill l.aiir.-iuv ami H. l Ihmh.s. Page 514 Mrs. John M. Fredricksnn, Housemother Julien Bahr Bill Bailey Robert W Barbour John B. Hicktord Bob Blanton Steve C;. Bolyard Blythe Carney Joe B. Cogdell Lawrence J. Cotton William G. Creel Max E Curry Bill Oeaton Tim T. Dennis Frank S. DiCJrappa Gerald B. Eckle Paul J. Flam Richard A. Elms A. H. Evans William W Evans John . Fisher James J. Frazier John M. Freese Walter I., CJrav Bob R. Hall Ralph E. Helper Robert L. Hnllis Jack R. Hood William E. Ho„d, Jr. Bill c;. Hughes James J. Hull Herbert K. Hyde Arthur B. Imel Walter D. Jenkins Bill P. Jennings Clyde L. Johnson William A. Lawrence Bvron W. Layton Donald Marg., R. Phil A. Martin Donald E. McCloskey James 1). Nay Alan A. N ' orwo. d Charles Ostrander James E. Penney Joe J. Peters Kent C. Phipps Walter Plant S. lohn C. Powell, J Barton W. Ratlitf Charles R Reynolds William E. Ridgeway Mark F. Roberts Jack Rodgers Charles H. Rosenbergcr Richard F. Shaw Rohert Simons F. Carl A. Smelser Jack E. Smith Bob Stamps Fred W. Swaim William C. Talbott Steve Taylor Tom W. Tillman CJlede W. Vaughn John T. Waugh R, W bert C;. ertz c;e Wc )rge S. Ma Ibert, Jr. Wo urice C;. James )ds Wright M. lim Yarbcrr. Wendell Zacharv L. Sperrv G Zervas Page 515 Sigma Xu Fraternity is the most geogiaphically located national fraternit with 106 chapters throughout the United States. Delta Epsilon chap- ter of Sigma Nil at the University of Oklahoma was one of the first national fraternities established on the campus. Nearly 800 men have been initiated into this chapter since it was founded in 190 and proudh wear the famed AVhite Star of Sigma Nu. Twenty outstanding y oung men were pledged to Sigma Nu during the fall rush. An enlarged study hall with latest facilities was constructed for them to encourage their mterest m scholarship. Sigma Nu ' s roll of honor is growing with the addition of such names as All American Jim Owens. George Brewer, Tommy Gray, Bert Clark, and other outstanding athletes and campus personalities. Sigma Nus are knit into a close brotherhood with common interests and activities. With such mem- bers, pledges, leadership, worthwhile endeavor, and the perfect housemother, the pride of the house, Mrs. Dick Low r . Delta Epsilon Chapter of Sigma u Fraternity continually goes forward. .=J-)eua C psiion L ki apier o ID OFFICERS Friii a. Gi.assco iixRI.W HoliGOOl) l.i:i-: Boici- Ros.s Brewer J WHS .M. Frexsle ' I I(l R|l SlDVER . Commander I.t. Cdniniander Treasurer House Manager Social Chairman Rush Chairman • ' --.•,. riic SiKina Nll ll ' ' i ni ' l in ;i i). ir VNitlimil rhns, l|;||s, 1,1| ;, l,it;ll UIH ' in ' Wllilr StMl " . ,■, «.-.;. I ' liiv Innkv liki ' I. .Ill Wx)iu .i Nil-, lim Kri-iivli , I I. nil liiK " fll, Uniiu Mcliiiil. .iiul I. K..I1I (■|iiiiiiii(;li:iin. pl:iniiiMK liiKt;.! :un Ihiici « ;n s t.. v;rou H..rclci Diin.r iH-arils. Page 516 CX.AA Fred W. Baker Howard K. Berry George T. Blankenship Ehvood L. Boice George Brewer V. Ross A. Brewer, J r. John F. Burton Bill B. Chappell Neil E. Cleaver Dee Clinch Ernest R. Di ' ck Robert R. Douglass Donald M. Duguid Don E. Fowler James M. Frensley James W. (Jeorge Fred A. (jlassco lohn P. Gover George H. Hammonds William H. Heeter Murray Henry Harlan H Hohgood Willian- Humme J- Clvde W. Ingle Francis S. Irvine Erd M. Johnson Bill D. Kale Ted M. Keenan Patrick D. Kenan Thomas J. Kenan Ted H. King Keniieth Kirklan D 1 Harrv A. Larsh Mavnard I Leffel Charles F. Malone Joe Maxey James A. Mock C. H. Mullendore Pat Murphey Douglas McBride Lewis I McC ' all RolHTt E. McCamev Roger C. McDuflFey George W. McCjraw Sam A. Perrine Walter M. Ponel! Max D. Rizlcy William Rogers B. lames Rowe U ' . Ch Ro arle s W. Rf Si )bert mmons Boh W. Stewart Howard E Stover Louis H. Thompson William F. Toevs Llovd F. Tugwell Presto Whee n G. cr Donald G. Wildes James E. Work F Y irney D. crgler Stanton L. Young " age 517 Sigma Phi Epsiloii Fraternity ' was founded No- vember 1, 1901, at Richmond College, ' irginia. Since that time, Sig Ep has grown to include 99 chapters and 34,000 brothers. Among these brothers are James Naismith, founder of basketball; Woody Herman, bandleader; Edward Arnold, movie star; Hal Boyle, AP columnist; Hen Hibbs. S itiirJay Li ' in ' ing Post editor; and Flo d (Xllum, presitlent of RKO Pictures. Sigma Phi Epsilon is known on the O.V . campus for its friendliness and its fine social affairs. At the Golden Heart Dance each February, the Sig Ep Girl of the Golden Heart is presented. This year ' s sweetheart was Miss Shirley AIcKinney, Gamma Phi Beta. Other annual events are the Hallowe ' en Carnival, Winter Formal and the Saloon Dance. The annual Toilet Bowl football game between actives and pledges is a hilarious affair. The pledges came through this year, 14—12. At the Texas-Okla- homa football game in Dallas each year, Sig Eps from the two universities join with alumni in a giant celebration at the Melrose Hotel — a demon- stration of Sig Ep nationwide brotherhood. Lykiakoma ijeta L kapter o ipi OFFICERS |i i 1 ' " r I!:r [)H K A I WMNC jllHN DkXIU) liiii. S i ' i:i ' HH S() Ijidii .Mkvkr . 1) M) Ci RI.KI-: I ' ll KI IS Hi GUI ' S Ihiivi-: " (iiil ti ntl tlld President ' ice-l ' resident Comptroller Secretary Historian Pledge Trainer Guard l!, ' l(n(. - ■Uuft nil-. Ill,- .Ini; 1 II- li ' l I " .1 It-rlains Sig Eps W irrin Joliiisi 11, n.ivi 1 I ' .H.U -. ()l ill.- 1 aiifdrd and Kred Whiting. Page 518 Mrs. Iln Ball, Housem uard .ther Charles Adkins E. Michael Baca Page H. Belcher Chester L. Bynum Jimmy A. Carter lames H. Cobbs James J. Conrad Milton C. Craig William furlee IX Tnhn O ben bo Pat -. nudle Tom F. Dudley James C. Frazier Travis C. Frensley Irvin L. CJaliaspy Charles B. Ganna va Jimmie I.. Glasgow William tlustafsi C. n Thomas Hall D. Jerry Hamman John G. Hansen William C. Hardy Hugh E. Harris, Jr. Harrison I.. Hays Frank E. Heaston ( .nley Higdon Billy C. Holderness Charles Hughes F. James J. Hunter Warren H. Johnston Th.imas W. Jollv Floyd C. Keeton Joe R. kiutts Joe W. Knight Orville L. Langford Wilbur Light S. Lawson Logan L. Norman R. Manning James R. Marshall Eddie Meyer Robert A. Milner Eddie Murra William n. McRae Edward E. Noble Arden L Norris David n. Paulus Edwin H. Pence 1). Andren Poteet (Jeorge K. Raslcy Dale L. Rather Bob (;. Schulz Wheeler P. Simmons Charles W. Sockler Paul F. Sprehe Bob D. Stamps Paul F. Stanley Bill Stephenson Allan J. ■ Stinnett Russell E. Swarts Richard D. Thoes Leslie E. Thompson Fred I). Whiting Page 519 Theta Kappa Phi was established on the O.L . campus in 1Q34 as Kappa chapter. It is a social traternity for Catholic men with a three-fold ob- jective: religion, scholarship, brotherhood. The national fraternity was founded in 1914 at Lehigh University and its growth has been rapid since that date. Theta Kappa Phi now has chapters and colony chapters in every section of the countr . This fall Kappa chapter returned to a newly de- corated chapter house which accommodates more than 60 members and pledges. The new home al- lowed for the expansion program that was greatly needed. Highlights of the Theta Kaps social season were the formal opening of Kappa ' s new home, the winter formal, the annual Christmas dance. Founder ' s Day banquet, and the fall hay ride. The Theta Kap red, silver and gold romped to four victories and placed in the intramural touch football quarterfinals. Frank Hopkins led off the list of those who be- came entangled in rommance by pinning a lo eIy Chi O Kathryn McKissick, followed by Tim Don- o an, Joe Ozuni, Jack Mulvehill, and Bob Cassidy. This has been a great year for Theta Kaps. j appa a.pi,r of nui mn n OFFICKRS Dai.vix ToniN Raa ' Sandkrs . Robert Cassiia Hi 1.1, King President ' ice- President Secretary Treasurer Ihavt ' : I ' fr (iiu ' trii tn yt ' t in tin ;u ' t in tlu ' pri p;ir;ition 111 thf Theta Kapp.i Phi nu-mi — nr m think llowaril W ' tslirmaii, I ' at Kischen, Mrs. ' :in T. Mddii and |iie Ma.lnnna. ;, w r.MH liahi and Kill Dl.rks iili llu avviNtanci- in a It- Page 520 " W " == f o ' o o r Mrs. Van T. Moon, Housemother Alan J, Coldwell James C!. Colduell Jack R. Connelly Don Daugherty Pat Eischen James P. Gorman Patrick Gorman John E. Grennan Garrv D. Hadlock Tony Hahn Carl J. Hanley Francis J. Hopkins, Jr. William R. King Robert F. LeBlanc Bill J. Medley James A. Michal John P. Mulvehill Paul W. Nishimuta James T. O ' Rourke Otto D. Payton Robert L. Quinnett Robert S. Reed Jean M. Robicheaux Jorge Rovati James E. Slater John R. Spitsen Dalvin r. Tobin Daniel F. Toner Felix E. Typaldos Page 521 I beta Xi as founded as a tratcrnit on April 2 ' , 1864, at Renselaer Polytechnic Institute, Troy, New York, with the intention of becoming a nation- al fraternity. The following ear it achieved that objective when Beta chapter was installed at ale. From that time Theta Xi enjoyed a prosperous growth until today it comprises 48 chapters and two colonies. The 41st chapter. Alpha Rho. was estab- lished on this campus. From the beginning Alpha Rho of Theta Xi has shown itself to he aggressive and ambitious. The chapter fulllilled all of the necessary requirements to be chartered in 14 months thereby setting a record for Theta Xi. The first year a Theta Xi group won the Sooner Scandals. Theta Xi also won the March of Dimes L CiOC contest and third place in the Homecoming decorations. Since its inception at O.l ., l ' - men ha e sworn to the oaths of the fraternitv and another IS pledges are awaiting initiation. The rolls of Alpha Rho chapter of Theta Xi in- clude such well-known campus figures as Dr. H. . Thornton, Joseph Smay, D. R. Kimre , Major Neal Galowav, and Martin F. Bednar. Kyhlakoyvia L k apler o iiEini OFFICFRS ( !l(lK(;l Pi CKHTT Hdl! I ' llCI Charms Di niia President ' ice- President Secretarv .Ihovr: Tlula i ' : Christmas p:ii-| In liiulirpiiv iliyi .1 cliildr. ' M. Hrlini: All, cs, there ' s .ilwavs K " ' " ' " ' ' hiiiist- work. 1 liiiM sti II v.irkinK( ?) arc John Smith, Ben Tavlor, Jerry linl..« aiul !.. ■ Vnr vn. Pdqe 522 O fl! ( ' T X MittfiTiir J ' LJ ' ?1 jft it Mrs. Beulah Woodard, Housemother Bob G. Ammann Jerry W, Bateman Bill S. Burris Richard D. Cypher George Dana F. Charles Dudlev D. lames H. Duke John N. Edge Robert E. Edge Misak J. Ekizian Neal C (iallcuv iy Austin A. (Gentry Joe 1.. Hinton Richard Hogelan W. d Ro S. Holmes Charles G. Hope Dale D. Lollar Dick Mead Billy D Moore Willard F. McCracken Gordon Neal G. I.arrv T Norris (ieorge E Puckett Graham R. Robb Adelbert C. Robinson Arthur Rubin E. I.OUI Rub s O. n c;. I.. Scott Charles E. Smith, Jr. John R. Smith Nova L. Smith Samuel P. Spivey Ben E. Taylor Bill W. Totton B V lb G. nines Jo W S. arzyn Don Wilkerson Page 523 Page 524 . ' John P. Cooper, President OFFICERS JllHN I ' . Cddl ' FR R(i Worrell Bill Plgh W.AVXE LlNDAHL President ' ice- President Secretary Treasurer NiEFEiPEiT Iters nsocinioN The Independent Men ' s Association is an organization for men not affiliated with any Greek Social Fraternity. The organization was founded on this campus in October, 1934, and since that time the Independent movement has rapidly progressed throughout the nation. The Uni- ersity I..M.A. is considered the founder of the National Independent Students Association since the first national convention was held on this campus and was instigated by Dr. J. F. Findley, then counselor of men and Ho ce Timmons, present chief of registration at O.U. firsi Roil.; li-fl In right: AUx .Aven, Roy A. Worrell, Wayne D. Lindahl, John P. Cooper, Hill Pugh, John M. Burrow, Jaines H. Mill- horn. Scirind Ronv: Harold Smith, Jerry L. Welch, Julias Wise, Bill Ferguson, Louis . walt, Joe Helf, tilenn CJrimes. Page 526 ,, (( rifrht: John ( ' (jnpcr, Clenn Grimes, Bill Pugh, Jero Welch, Lnuis Aw;ill, Joe lielf, Wayne Liiidah The purpose of the organization is to give the non- affiliated student an opportunity to enjoy a well-rounded college lite that is not required in the classrooms. Under the leadership of John P. Cooper, president, the organization is continuing its successful program of ser- vice for its members. The University group holds the distinction of instigating many " firsts " that have been ac- cepted by the national organization. Besides being the first active chapter, the organization started the Smoke Siffrml magazine as a local independent magazine and was accepted by the national convention last year as the official national publication. Wayne Barrett the founder and editor of the original publication, was installed as national editor. All credit goes to Barrett for his successful ven- ture and great things are expected of the magazine. Bar- rett has acquired the services of Gus McCaslin as manag- ing editor, and Cecil Kinney as assistant managing editor, to help in publishing the magazine. The publication is now subscribed to by some 100 campuses throughout the nation. It is published and edited in Norman and appeals to Independents in and out of school with fiction, cartoons and feature stories. The organization has the only known student oper- ated campus " night club " , the Shack, (ireat work has been done by Bill Beazley during the past year in making the club a meeting place for independent students. J. C. Clark took over the reins from Bea lc as club manager for the second semester. The association sponsored Charlie Spivak and his or- chestra during the first semester. The dance was one of the most successful social events held on the campus dur- ing the semester. Glenn Smith, social chairman, is plan- ning many social activities for the coming semester. The annual Sweetheart Dance, held March 4 is also an im- portant social event. Among its other accomplishments, the I.M.A. won first place in the organization division of the Homecoming parade. The intramural program during the first semes- ter was very successful under the leadership of John Stephenson. The I.M.A. football team coached by Larry Kaufman, Boyd McGugan and Buddy Jones was success- ful in defeating the Inter-Fraternity Council team IcS to 6. Apache district built around Pyeatte Manor won the Class B championship in basketball. To better handle the varied interests of independent students numbering some 8,000 members, the I.M.A. and I.W.A. are moving toward merging their forces to form a single Independent Students Association. The merger is expected to be effected in June, 1950, with both men and women holding executive offices in the organization. Boyce Timmons, faculty adviser, has lent his wide experience and magnetic personality in guiding the organ- ization toward its important goal. Staff members during the first semester were Louis C. Await, publicity director; John Stephenson, athletic dir- ector; Ken Lackey, social chairman. Staff members for the second .semester were Jerry Welch, business manager ; Glen Smith, social chairman ; Glenn (jrimes, athletic dir- ector, and Joe Hamilton, publicity director. Page 527 OFFICERS Gene Van Dyke . Andrew Santanello Arthlr Corrales Elritt Nettles . Sal Canonico and (jLV Nixon President ' ice-Presideiit S ec retary-T reasu re r Social Chairman Intramural Chairmen In recent years the independent men at OU have been obliged to live in whatever the University could provide. The University finally completed their " Park Avenue " accommodations tor the eak- er sex. The men subsequently fell heir to the old Xa y mansion on the south campus. The BOQ was a big success in the entertainment lite with a dinner dance, a hay rack ride and a wiener roast in the fall, and the intramural sports teams were doing great. Plans were being made for a Christmas party for 50 orphans from (Oklahoma City and a Christmas dance. On December 3, 1949, every subscriber to a major newspaper in the country knew that the BOQ was in Norman, and the campus was stunned by the news in an extra edition of the Oklahoma Daily. " At 3 a.m., the BOQ was burned to the ground and three students lost their lives in the blaze that left 312 students homeless and without clothing or books. " Similar words told the tragic story to the nation. All party plans were cancelled, but thanks to the Quad girls, the boys were able to gi e the 30 chil- dren from Sun Beam Home a real Christmas Party. Thanks to the students and man [leople all over the country who sent money and clothing to the Students Rehabilitation Fund, not a single man was forced to leave school. First Roiv, ti-fl in right: Boti True, Bob CJnmberg, Andy Santaniello, Gene Van Dyke, Elritt Nettles, Isaias Eidelman. SiinnJ Ro l- Jack Davis, Frank Moore, Harvey Caren, Paul T. VViliiams, George Cotton, Arthur J. Corrales, . lton B. Slaybaugh, John CJuinm Page 528 cinmii«iSE Cleveland House was always bulging at the seams for the past year, there being more applicants for this independent house than for any other. Possible rea- sons for this popularity are ( 1 ) the upstairs lounge overlooks the Sooner ' s football practice field and (2) the Quadrangle is next door. The Cleveland House B Team was champ of their district in intramural basketball and the in- tramural football team did fairly well. Showing brains as well as brawn, the house was nosed out of first place only by Whitehand for having the high- est grade average in an independent house. Sturdy and reliable house counselor, Tom Ray, a psychology graduate student, and his wife, Jeanne, were available in case someone was snowed under by troublesome exams. Dale Story, assistant coun- selor, handled the important matter of GI checks. Many seniors left after the fall semester, but the house filled up for the spring semester. An easy- going but serious-minded bunch of students, the boys were bus ' attending to academic matters during the vear. R. E. Cnllier interrupts Cicorgt Mitchell and James Jezek to prefers to study tmiight instead of date. OFFICERS Ed Weaver Homer E. Barry . Kenneth Cantvvell Bob Jenkins . Phil C. McKee President Vice-President and Social Chairman Secretary-Treasu rer Athletic Chairman IMA Representative First Row, lift to right: R. A. Cranford, , ' llen Russell, Kenneth R. Cantwell, Tom CJrant, Jack R. Koch, Pan Sarna, Robert Strozier, James Jezek, Cecil L. Courcier, Jim Shanahan, T. M. LaMonica, O. A. Sparks, Ir. SiionJ Roiv: William Sprague, Dervl W. Johnston, John R. Adair, Craig CJoldsmith, Paul D. Dunawav, Thomas S. Rav, Edgar S. Weaver, Cieorge L. Mitchell, Ross Hutchins, " Tom R. Prater, Claude L. Frensley, Carlan W. Cibson, Dale Story. ThirJ Roiv: Paul Ball, Alvin D. Walker, H. T. Russell, Edward Bannen- berg, Bill Oruenberg, Charles W. Mc(5 nvan, Rene Najera, P. J. Carbonaro, John B. Bierman, Patrick H. Jones, H. Harvcv Haigler, James L. Layton, William C. Majors, Walter S. Hammert, Charles D. Ablard, Robert A. Keller, III. Fourth Rom- J. R. Troxel, H. E. Crabtree, Louis O. Mahnke, Paul C. Cooper, Eddie B. Burke, Morris Roth, Jim Howard, Carl Spangler, John Caughey, Phil McKee, Bill Farris, Marvin A. Josephson, Omer Pipkin, Donald Weaver, Stanley Kulawik, Edward Evans. Page 529 OFFICERS Bill Plgh Jerr Barton Blck Lavvson John Finlev Bill O ' Brien Jim Sales President ice- President Secretary-Treasurer Social Chairman Athletic Chairman IMA Representative [OLONIUillSe Colonial, the most independent ot all Indepen- dent houses, has gained its reputation through the participation of its members in intramural and var- sity sports and campus parties. The sixty-two men who live in Colonial House represent ever school and college in the L iii ersit ' . The only foreign stu- dents residing here are five Canadians, who are en- rolled in the Petroleum Engineering School. Home life centers around drafting tables, study tables and card tables. An one in the house is qual- ified for the last; usualh those who aren ' t playing are kibitzing, for no game in the book of Ho le is a stranger in the Colonial lobby. Colonial social life, excluding week-end trips to the city, centers around its house dances. The out- standing one was the pre-Christmas " hop " held at the Shack, December 2. From day to day, semester to semester, Colonial ' s members will be on the campus, w hile making their house the most successful and the most independent of all Independent houses. First Row, h-fl to right: Ralph Primcaiix, Mickey Bregman, Jim Kcll . Dcaii Oavi Millard Carter, Kill rimark. Sr,„nd Rn -: Buek Lawson, Jim Sales, John Finlev, Mrs, Louise Kirks, Hill Pugh, Bill O ' Brien, Sid Kroher. TliirJ Roiv: John Burrow, V. J. Myers, Jerry Yovell, David Whiscnhunt, Wylie Waldrip, Jim Finlev, Boh Dixon, Oscar F.Ilintt, .Alan Borgwald, Morton Hcinrich, Mrs. Bill Evans, Bill Evans. Fourth Roiv: Howard Leflore, Henry Joiner, Reggie Harris, Boh White, Joe Zamata, Courtney Browning, Johnny Price, Mike Reddin, Boh Pace, John Sullivan, Dick Irvine, Jerry . aron, Seymore Christian, Don Nihiick. Page 530 FlAilLIIHOISE Franklin House was coiiverttnl into a iradiiatc men ' s dormitory in the tall ot ' 4 ' . The main part of the conversion was replacing male pin ups iti female pin ups and removing decorations around the mirrors, since this was a girl ' s dormitory last ear. The resident counselor, Frieden " Mac " Machesne , is deeply interested in the welfare of the students. The athletic intramural program was er suc- ce.ssful under the guidance of Gene Phelps, athletic chairman. The house was represented in handball, football, and basketball. Carl (jriffin was an out- standing player in the Little Shoe game. The social calendar is blank so far as this house is concerned. Most of the men belong to social and fraternal organizations on the campus and with the many requirements for advanced study, the men find no time to attend house meetings or to |ilan, prepare or attend social events. The forty-eight states are well represented in the house population. Also represented are Iran, Leb- anon, Australia, India and Chiiui. OFFICERS Howard Austin " JiMN ' Norman Ivan- Ohhel Gene Phelps President Vice- President Secretary-Treasurer Athletic Chairman First Row, left to right: E. D. Phelps, Irwin Politziner, James W. Sheltnn, Rex J. Turner, H. S. Rahme, Madhu Thaker, J. R. Hulrne, Richard Swart, B. David Meltzer. SffonJ Row: Raymond T. Morton, Billy L. Brnck, Camille F. Hoyek, Kenneth Starks, Ralph 11. Burks, Mable Machesnev, Frieden G. Machesnev, Thomas W. Holland, Bill Worthington, John A. DelBuona, Irving N. Hahn. TliirJ Row: J. M. Slater, Stanley Horowitz, Philip E.Orr, Jr., Leonard Frank, J. C. (;ordon, Jr., V. P. Harrison, Winfred W. Lusk, Travis Brown, Max L. Miller, Ahmad Kianpour, Ivan L. Ophel, X ' inccnt F. Kurtz. Fourth Row: James A. Roliinson, Fred KisicI, James J. Billings, Bill Atkinson, Howard Q. Austin, . ' llicrt Kamas, Leon Alexander, Charles Shadid, Charles VViltnes, Hugh H. [er kins, Ching C. Tsao. Page 531 OFFICERS George Kunkel Clyde Ballard Felipe Bartolome Billy Mack Wright Fred Kunkel John Bunch . Wesley M each am President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Social Chairman Athletic Chairman Program Chairman iOISE If you could take a trip around the world, you might stop off at the homeland of many Internation- al House residents. On the first leg of the trip, you would go south to Mexico. (luatemala, through Panama and Colombia. Bolivia and enczuela. Then you would cross the Atlantic to the friendly shores of Greece. ou ' d cruise aroinid the Medi- terranean Sea visiting Palestine, Israel and Turkey. Then Nou ' d go south to Iraq. India would be the next stop before a flight over the ast of China. After a brief visit to Hawaii, you would continue back to the U. S. — yes, around-the-world in the homelands of your friends. Lack of funds for .such a trip should not handicap a student from learning about other lands. By meeting and ex- changing thoughts and ideas with students from other countries, students can learn of the .social and cultural customs of other lands and gain a better understanding of the people and problems of the rest of the world. The main purpose of International House is to help foreign students who otherwise begin alone in a strange country. Roommates from the U. S. and Francis and Katherine Pearce, counselors, have aid- ed considerably in this goodwill project. First Rniv. lift In right: Billy M. Wright, Harvey Lewis, Mrs. Pearce, Mr. F. C. Pearce, (George E. Kunkel, Fred V. Kunkel. SeionJ Row: Hectiir Maycirga, Reggie Kikagawa, Gerald Klingsick, James Morgan, Carl . ' Mtxandcr, Don Walraven, Manu Chanderia. Third Ro w: Lewis McEwin, Al Kachler, Eugene Burgess, Weslty Mcnrhan, Jark Carrismi, ih:it Knv, Tom Maskaleras. Page 532 Kingfisher House, Woodrow Wilson Center, has an enroUnient of 116 freshmen, headed by Mr. and Mrs. Edwin W Daniel. Assistant counselors are Earl Lee Mills and Hilly Stafford. Early in the first semester a ha ride to Corsair Cove was followed by a picnic. Bob Altucher, Preston Briggs, James Fitch, Jerr Hendershot, Leonard, Don Sanders, Robert Swyden, Dean Tirador, Bob Watson, and Dann White attended the smoker given by Phi Eta Sigma, freshman scholarship fraternity. Six men are re- ceiving scholarships: Bob Andrews, Oklahoma Ser- vice Scholarship; Sammy Grimes, Alpha Tau Delta Scholarship; Jerry Dick, Delta Tau Delta Schol- arship; Jerry Hendershot, Oklahoma Service Schol- arship; Bill Martin, Kiwanis Scholarship; and Bill Spohrer, McMahon Memorial Scholarship in Jour- nalism. Kingfisher boasts two student senators — Thomas Cole Crooks and Jerry Dick; and four ' Ruf- eks — Glenn Allen, Jerry Dick, Douglas Jes- ter, and Marvin McNatt. The various athletic teams have been active in intramural competition and the basketball team advanced to the playoffs. msmTm -i-j- ' m, • ' vny i John Lt aii, M. K. l ' :irk, Lnurtiiit- Kri ;, StanU ( ., I.asarvky and Paul Stamps, all hiired with conversation, are kept posted by their favorite reading material. OFFICERS First Semester Irl Helms President and IMA Representative Jerry Furlow .... Vice-President Stioii 1 Sc iustcr Douglas Jester President and LMA Representative Bill Shohrer .... ' ice-President First Roiu, left to right: Bill Schroeder, Leonard Moss, James M. McGee, Bob S. Martin, Lawrence Eng, Dale R. Warner, Donald P. Mcver, Don M. Stevenson, Harrell E. CJoodman, Thomas F. Lowery, Ernest F. Clifton, Herbert E. Wiley, Everett Dewees, Jerry Dick. Second Ro-w: Donald Sanders, Hal Dean Hudson, Jack D. Haley, Jerry Johnson, Edwin Y. Daniel, Lee Mills, Dillard S. Hammett, John M. Houston, Jerrv D. Furlow, (ilenn A. Sipes. Thir,i Roil-: Charles A. Matuszak, James E. Dittmer, Jimmy C. Towell, Jodie A. Stark, Bob Cook, lerrv Hendershot, Merrill Clute, Dwight Wilson, Richard B. McWhirt, Bill Spnhrcr, James M. Rutherford, Charles W. Hammond, Irf Helms, O. R. Simha, Wavne Fessenden. Fourth Roil-: Keith C. Reid, William H. Frost, John H. Carney, Phillip R. Billington, William R. dtaw, Sammv L. Grimes, Preston P. Briggs, lerrv L. Cochran, H. D. Helms, Robert F. Watson, Oren P. Hcjrst, Glenn Z. Reynolds. Fifth Row. Fred R. Martin, Tom F. Thornhill, Jr., Berry Holmes, Edwin K.. Greene, H. David Hall, Jack Latta, John Owensby, Glenn R. Fowler, L. Paul Stamps, Robert L. Meadors, Stona J. Fitch, Dan S. Potter, Tommy C. Crooks. 1 1 1 H 1 Bmi iflL B V w ' V vHP nMtli lr B BB ihi IHP IMflp . f ' ifV, ' ' (i iFMr.i f ' v » H -yf ,v| L . I " • " B B M ' ' ■ i W!r ' ' " tlr " ' " i ' m ' ■■y vH r ' ■ ' ' ' L Wm Jm m i mB . a : Page 533 4 Marshall CJilbcrt and Frank Lener take the affirmative while Herb Knplan anil Joe nallessandrn expound the negative on the usual sack debate — the effect of the " Hydrogen Blond " . OFFICERS Bill Lan ' e ' Ernie Melhorn Paul Bltler Bill Jordan W. C. Hollowav President V ice-President Secretary-Treasurer Social Chairman Athletic Chairman iiNCiinonse The year 1949-50 found Lincoln House a leader in independent houses and campus activities. In politics Lincoln led all other houses in representa- tives in the student senate with four senators, and also sponsored a candidate for senior class ofHce. " Pete " Hollouay, led Lincoln teams into the qiiarter-Hnals in intramural football, and currently the basketball team is undefeated going into the playoffs. The house placed the largest number of men (6) on the I L ' All-Star Football Team. Social activities, directed by Bill Jordan, included a listening party, fall formal, and other house par- ties during the year. Lincoln also entered into Homecoming decoration activities. Instrumental in making all Lincoln House activ- ities a success were the president and secretary. Bob Gramarossa, decoration chairman, " Fog " Hoch- stein, and Mrs. J. R. Needy, housemother. Earl Greer and Dick Duty operated the nighth " Casino " in room 161. " High " spots of the year for many was the Christmas caroling expedition to the Quad. Well, some girls liked the singing. First Row, left to right: Charles Casev, John I,. Phillips, Bill Walton, Fred Yates, Bob Mever, Don Strausbaugh, Earl Jones, Everett Woods, Roger Corzine. SfionJ Row: Larry Sanders, Lyman Hayes, Bob Wills, Frank Marks, B. J. CJary, Bill Jordan, Paul Butler, Kenneth Stone, Bill Tomme, Buddy Tomme, Bob Estes. Third Row: Leon Brachman, Ernie Melhorne, Earl Career, Joe Daliesandro, Don Zink, Tom Evans, Bryan Rayburn, Wayne Malone, Bill Coson, Earl Farmer, Joe Andrash, Edward Orton, Jerry Weislrot. Fourth Row: CJene Pingleton, Joe Farmer, Dick Duty, Marshall Gilbert, Hugh Davies, Joe Burke, Richard Poole, Don Henson, Frank Lever, Kenneth Cooper, Bart ' argas, Sherman Creson, Robert Oliver, Bill Lancy. Fifth Row: CAen Smith, (Jene Imel, Fred Stewart, Brown Dodd, Eli Gorin, Eugene Herbeck, W. C. Holloway, Dub Faubion, Herb Langsam, Herb Hochstein, Al Swartzman, Ed (rroner, Judson Kizer, Herb Kaplan, Larry Kaufman. Page 534 sepoiiiioiSE Social affairs, while not numerous, were held by the House in the early fall. The first event was a picnic in which everyone got acquainted and had a good time. The Christmas dance held just before the holidays was a huge success, and the house mem- bers now want it to be an annual afiPair. (niests for this event were from the Quadrangle. Athletic participation by the House members was greater this year than any other. The Sequoyah ' B ' football team played Apache ' B ' in the intra- mural football finals, but lost. The ' A ' and ' B ' bas- ketball teams are now participating in the intra- mural basketball tournament. A constant source of enjoyment to the House members this year is " Spooky " the house counselor ' s dog. She eats more than a girl should, but never- theless she is loved ajid cared for by the House members. The house had good participation in the volley- ball tournament and a number of men entered the golf flights in the spring. Softball will also be an event in which the men will participate. With subtle iciniiiclri mI tin torthcmniiit; hmiM- darici-, Sam Ri-naudo, (lerald Deadman arid Cecil KiiHie wait with lireathlcs aiiticipaticm nt the bin day. OFFICt:RS Kenneth Lawwii.i President ' alchx Brixson ' . . . Vice-President Social Chairman (lEORGE Krahn Secretary Boh Hale .... Athletic Chairman RoHERT ScDTT Treasurer First Roiv, left lo right: Jose Caballern, David C. Zimmerman, Curtis N. Fbiyd, Forrest ' indham, Bennv Post, Bruce Evans, 7eorge J. Ross, Corbin W. Shouse, Jerome H. Stolarow, Robert H. Smith, John VV. Mantooth, CJeorge V . Spicro, Glenn (;rimes, William D. Perry, Billv J. Sharp. Second Ro -: Henrv G. Mileur, Llovd R. Leveridge, Kenneth Stonecipher, William F, Rodgers, Sam M. Austin, Billy J. Spraguc, CJene R. Revnolds, Ted Misbin, W. 0. Harris, Earl Charles Lairson, Sevmour Rubin, Bill Townsend, Charles F. Tomek, Philip O. Teter, Jr., C. J. Walker, Edwin Kolakowski, Quentin Riggs. Third Roic: Clement B. Lepak, Ray R. . ' Vrmstrong, Edgar (). Malone, James L. Herrin, James E. Welden, Jimmv L. Pipkin, D. B. Johnson, Robert J. McDowell, Betty Washington, George Wash- ington, Earl Scott, Harold D. Wood, Ralph (Joodwin, W. R. Twyford, Richard E. Govett, Billy J. Brown, Sam M. Walden, Kenneth Law-will. Fourth Roic: ' illiam E. Clifton, Robert C. Bivona, Herb Johnson, E. Richard ' eech, Mitchell Baker, Bernard V ' oodard, William R. Harris, Richard W. Clark, Rov R. .-Mien, George A. Krahn, Robert W. Parks, Joseph Garland, Bob D. Hale, Bill O. .Un- dress, Richard A. Silver, William J. Forrest, Robert A. Scott, James P. Cunningham, Robert J. McCormick, William R. Hilton. Page 535 Whitehand Hallers AcufF, Sweetoxv, Smith, A lnisc, Junes, Leavitt, Pew, Buchanan and CJraham iigit the passing dollies. OFFICERS Jim .Millhorx . Rov Worrell Gerald Rosencraxts Ra- - Wright President Vice-President Secretary-Treasurer Athletic Director Whitehand Hall is synonymous with individual- ism. Each student is his own law and has secretly outlawed any type of organization. ' eterans are still the main force at AVhitchand. and one can even find the ex-looeys living (in the same room) with the ex-yardbirds. Here is the backbone of demo- cracy in Whitehand. Whitehand takes pride in its high scholastic standing — tops among all indepen- dents and second among all organizations. On the social side was the successful and entertaining Fall ball. Tradition has not left hitehand — no one answers the phone unless he is expecting a call. Whitehand ' s beaver shooters, legalized by OU ' s only game warden, have gained an awesome repu- tation among college coed s. Only the hardy and courageous venture by between 4 and 8 p.m. when the Whitehand men fill the front steps. One can tell the end of the month by the lean, hungry look of the ' ' hitehanders, and the inevetibale hoarse whisper, " Are the checks in yet? " Even with the abundance of characters, veterans, and students, Whitehand still retains its integrity, individualism, and independence. First Rou-, left to right: Wright, Ed Wickbcrg, Dick Brooks, Jim Millhorn, Roy Worrell, David Shepherd, Philip .■ . Bai- lerino. Second Roiv: George Valent, Donald Bossard, Herb Sweetow, Mike Piemonte, C. BJackie Blackburn, Carl Dixon, John L. Sintt, Marvin C. Emerson, Colonel S. Rav, Jr. Third Roit:: lack R. Parr, Robert R. Marmor, Philip R. Pistone, Edwin L. McClung, CJcnc E. Pew, Clarence C. Brown, John P. Noldn, Charles M. Angellv, Jodie C. Smith, William T. Sheets. Fourth Roix.-: lack B. Leavitt, C. N. Windle, William Colvin, James Mitchell, Karl N. Mueller, Truman A. Field, Jr., David L. Burti.n, Paul E. Barker, Donald C. Man- ning. Fifth Ronu: Richard Howerton, Tom Elliott, Charles W. Pirkev, Don H. " Buteme er, lohn F. Jones, Marcel C. Carol, Thf)mas I. Brown, Jr., Robert A. Hayes, Cullen R. Thompson, Dan Lovinger. Sixtli Roiv: James L. Cockerham. Willson H. Green, lames P. Branch, James A. Branton, Dick M. Wilkinscjn, Charles E. .Acuff, R. D. Wroblewski, Howard M. Newton, Richard L. Jenks, Robert Kirsh. Q ft ft 9 @ ■ a rs i-mt ikilri Page 536 wmcEnEniisE In thf nifii ' s (lorniitoiies this year, Worcester House, a freshman dormitory, boasted a widely va- ried program of athletic, recreational and social ac- tivities. Numbering among its residents men from all sections of the United States, Worcester House men early showed a tendency toward cooperatio n. Shortly after the fall semester began house officers were elected and activities for the following year were taken under consideration. House meetings were instituted and held the first ] Ionday of each month throughout the fall and spring terms. Enter- tainment was furnished in the form of guest speak- ers, among them O. D. Roberts, counselor of men, and movies were shown on many educational topics as well as movies of a purely diverting nature. Canasta parties on Friday night were a regular func- tion and a dance was held in February. Worcester House was well represented in intramural sports on the football field, the basketball court and the soft- ball diamond and volley ball was a daily affair, weather permitting. Residents of Worcester House have set a firm foundation upon which to build the remainder of their college career. iiisht i- the Inv Richard W ni lit ill till- t• ■k■■ agree Clinloii Atki s, Hick Stark and Hnli Day. OFFICERS Harold Leadbetter Bill Boldt Bill Hudson Bill Carter Pete Travaglini Bill Boldt . Bob Jones Bill Boldt President House Council Members IMA Representative Athletic Chairman (basketball) Athletic Chairman (football) First Roiv, left to right: Elviii Palmer, John Hutchinsnn, Bill Hudson, Bill Carter, Frank Peterson, Frank Therrell, Pete Travaglini. Second Roil-: LeRoy CJardner, Donald Walters, Jerry Carter, Walter Sanders, Dick Stark, Hen Coppege, Clint Atkins, F,d Whitney, Jimmy Litton, Harold Poole. ThirJ Rov;: Dan Harding, John Gardner, Albert Bernson, Lvonel Tannahill, LcRov Kissinger, (Jene Ellis, James Kelm, Kenneth Dixon, Robert Dav, Bill Swearingen, Douglas Johnston, Rav Rhodes, Bob Price, Meredith Hardgrave, Jimmy Civens, Steve Fisher. Fourth Rov;: . tt i Hallaway, John Elkins, Don Holinsuorth, Bill Geurin, James Booth, Bill I.indsey, .Arthur Price, Mike Cirimes, Marcus Xordberg. s p n Page 537 Nei.dagae Smith, President IJJ. Seeing the stringent need tor an organization to which unaffiliated University ot Oklahoma coeds could belong and put their varied talents to use. the Independent Wo- men ' s Association was organized in 1941. Since its formation it has ser ed as a clearing tor all of their problems, including everything from housing, social, recreational and educational. The IWA ' s purpose is to develop a feeling of belonging through participation in L niversit) affairs. The association is governed b students chosen as re- presentatives and by the officers elected b members. To administer the rules, there are two boards: the executive board and the e.xecutive council. The officers and commit- tee chairmen comprise the executive board. The council includes all presidents of independent women ' s houses on the campus. Leading the IWA this year are Neldagae Smith, arts and science junior, who hails from Oklahoma City ; Be Jo Harvey, ' inita sophomore education major, vice-presi- First Roir, Irjt to rifrhl: Joanne Silver, Phyllis Phillips, Dorothy Truex, Fern Cravens, Neldagae Smith, Beatrice J. Harvey. Second Row. Janis Klapper, Lou Ellen Eng, Joyce Taylor, Jo Ann Freeman, Jeanne Parker, Mary F. Dreese, Joyce Adkins, Eloise Dotts, Fran- cis R. Willis, Joy Jester, Mouphida Hassen, Barbara Cofield. Page 538 .(• o right: Jiianne Silver, Neldagae Smith, Heatrice J. Harvev, Ph Ilis Phillips IJ. I, (ifiit ; Phyllis Ann Phillips, (Oklahoma City fine arts stu- dent ; and Joanne Silver, McSpadden house, treasurer. Joanne is from Coral Gables, Florida. Highlighting first semester activities for the IWA was the Christmas formal dance held in building 22, South campus, December 10, from 8 :.?0 until 11 :30 p.m. Andy Panda, Teddy Bear, Raggedy Ann and Wooden Soldier were among the many famous personages present at the Yuletide event. Couples danced to the music of the Sophisticates beneath a ceiling of multicolored balloons. Lining the walls was the Christmas Toyland Special, filled with Santa and 1949 toy production from the North Pole. There to see that Santa didn ' t lose his ay were his crew of reindeer including Rudolph, the Red Nose Reindeer. Lou Ellen I ' ng, social chairman was in charge of ar- rangements. She was assisted b the vice-presidents of Quadrangle houses, plus a group of tireless art students. A king and queen were crowned during intermission. Her highness was given a regal crown of white carnations and lace. His majest was presented with the candy cane of authority. The orchestra played " Stardust " in their honor. Starting the second semester off with a bang, the IWA sponsored a " Little Sister, Big Sister " night in the upper classwomen ' s houses of the Qiiadrangle. Hoiise presidents, social chairmen and IWA represen- tatives ere in charge of planning the after hours pajama parties held in the house lounges. Big sisters entertained with skits, songs, readings, piano solos and what have you. And much to the of many big sisters, the little sisters responded with programs of their own. Most houses served refreshments. After the first big get together, the upper class gals were busy plan- ning future activities. The Independent Women ' s association sponsored, through Miss Doroth Truex, counselor of women, the sale of Quadrangle stationery . The white paper featured a picture of the (Juad, house and name. On the enve- lopes was printei! the house name. Of course, during the ear there were many long and often heated discussions proving that life gets tedious in the best of circl es. Committee chairmen for the year were Lou Ellen Lng, social chairman ; Mouphida Hassen, activities chairman ; and leananne Johnston, publicit chairman. Page 539 .Main new faces became associated with Logan House this year. Opened in 1940, Logan has been the most popular independent house for girls on the campus. It is owned and operated by Mrs. Fran- cis Logan. The thirty-two Loganites had an eventful time with the Fall formal and Christmas dinner holding the spotlight of the first semester. Second semester activities included the Spring formal and Easter breakfast. The efficient social committee, head by Gerry Thompson, made all of these get-togethers successful ones. Honors of the girls include Theta Sigma Phi, Gamma Alpha Chi, Hestia, Orchesis, Delta Phi Delta, Drugstore Cowboys, Kappa Alpha Mu, Sigma Alpha Iota, and Lambda Kappa Sigma. Sylvia ' an Eaton was Logan ' s choice for Band Sweetheart and Marylen McKenzie represented Lo- gan in a style show. Wilma Baker unanimously won as the entry for the Sooner beauty section. Intramurals were an importaiit part of Logan girls extra activities. All in all Logan ' s congenial atmosphere will be something that the girls will never forget as part of their college careers. OFFICERS M.XRjoRiE Sloan President () Ann Lemmons . . . ' ice- President KAX KoRS .... Secretar -Treasurer (lERRV Thompson . . . Social Chairman KRR ' (lARRKTT . Intiamural Cliairman AI RTHA L i DKRDAi.i-: . Scholarship Chairman .NiTA Sl ' E Hassen . .A.W ' .S. Representative Helen Haves . . . " Y " Representative .1 hiiVf: S via ai I ' .ainn, U Imk Hakii . NLiixlni Kcnzii- an. Sara L. uIm ' V in.U rai ■h up , 1, ilu-ir la g.iine. hi ; sin Page 540 WiLMA J. Baker Phyllis G. CJarrett R. Joanne Harrington- Nita S. Hassan E. Janice Head Betty R. Kendall Rosemary L. Kirkhl-ff Martha A. Lalderdale ' ircinia R. Robinson Anne Rosenthal Gaye Y. Sanford Jane L. Tebow M. Louise ' estal Wynona R. Webb Sara L. Woods Page 541 First Ronv, left lo right: Barbara A. Reed, Samye Ziegler, Jo O. Connor, Jeane Lollar, Ruth J. Campbell, Martha A. NeAvbrrn, Delores Hatcher, Miriam Shadid, Josephine Rennels, Laura Holcomb, Gena Massad, Helen Willis, Ruby Talley. Second Row: Ruth Lieberman, Izella Brindley, Bryna Katz, Enid Buswell, Mary M. Bussman, Geraldine Raymer, Mrs. Ann Estes, Mrs. Doris Roberts, Mrs. ora V. Wells, Betty Sigic, Mary A. Sullivan, Dorothy Stinnett, Julia Albin, Margaret Folsinger, Mary Payton. Third Roiv: Carrol D. Smith, Dorothy Goodman, Jeanne Parker, Jeanette Gall, Ruth Stage, Genevieve Seger, Ellen M. Voreis, Mary L. Brisley, Frieda (Jrunert, Nita B. Anderson, lowana Price, Peggy Macy, ' irginia Clifton, Eugenia Trapp, Darlene Long, Evelyn McClung. Fourth Roir: Mary A. Hager, Pearl J. Mackler, Elberta Bollinger, Troy Chauncey, Ruth McCoy, Lola Phillips, Maureen McBride, Johanna Mochow, Joan McBride, Ruth Austin, Pat Irby, Beverly Jones, Maxine Pritschou, Rita Doran, Jane ILizlitt, Ann Slavicek. eoiiNsoi-oesin Delores H.xtcher RlTH J. C.AMl ' BEI.I. Carol CjIhson Pearl Mackler . OFFICERS President ' icc- President Secretary 1 reasurer September, 1949, found qviite a change in the personnel of Residential Halls. Graduate students, upperclassmen and nurses training at Central State Hospital, took the place of the freshmen who had lived there in previous years. There were two counselors, Mrs. Doris Roberts and her assistant, Mrs. Ann Estes. (lirls returning to Hester and Robert.son found Mrs. Wells, house manager for many years, and " Pop " , the jovial janitor. At the beginning of the year, the 50 nurses living in Residential Halls were subject to niuch publicitv ' in Nor- man and Oklahoma City papers. Ihev ' represented the first class to study at Central State Hospital, since a state law was passed, rei|uiring three-months psychiatric train- ing for all nurses in Oklahoma. At lirst the nurses ami college students icw each other x ith scarcely suppressed interest bu the white uniforms and capes . soon became a familiar sight to the other residents. As sof)n as school started officers were elected and plans were made for the coming year. In addition to participat- ing in homecoming decorations, intramural sports and sponsoring weekly dance hours, residents of the twin dorms were hostesses at faculty tea, November 20. Art students presented a display of their talents and the rooms chosen as most attractive in each were opened for inspection. Guests went off still exclaiming about the white orchid tree that served as a centerpiece. Much of the credit for the success of the tea goes to jenna Massad, in charge of all arrangements. Nancy Munn, li ing in Robertson, was the onh inde- pendent selected among the ten outstanding freshmen of 194S — 19. Sammv Zeigler was among the finalists in the cadet honorary colonel contest and Martha Newbern got to the finals in the contest to select the coed with the best posture. I .ella Hrindley, drama major, brought honor to Robertson b being selected for a part in the I ' Diver- sity Pla li()use production of " Caligula " . When the list of " HWOC ' s " , the 100 outstanding jun- ior and semOr women on campus, was released in March, former residents of Hester and Robeitson had ample justification for pride in their members. I ' ight girls Irom the tloromitories were selected to attend the 15WOC h.inquet. They were Alice Johnson, Mar ' Ann Sullivan, Enid Huswell, Naomi Callarman, Delores Hatcher, Edith Long, Neldagae Snuth and Eugenia Frapp. Page 542 It was a gay daj for a tea when Robertson and Hester entertained Mrs. Cross. eOBIiSOi ' lESIER The girls will remember December 3 and the BOQ fire. Girls living in Hester and Robertson, with only three hours notice, moved out as the homeless, clothless victims of the fire moved in. Residential residents found themselves scattered in every house of the new Women ' s Quadrangle. Ad- justing to the change of residence the " D.P.s " quickly made themselves at home and joined in the activities of the houses where they were assigned. When it was learned that the upperclassmen who had been moved into freshmen dorms would have to move again at the end of the semester, for many the term " D.P. " became more than just a jest. Shortly after their move a final house meeting was held. At the meeting the girls were thanked bv George Cotton, coimselor at the BOQ, for their cooperation in moving so quickly. At the same time, they voted to donate the remainder of their house funds to the Spastic Institute. The last get-together was a Christmas part foi ' the girls held in the central lounge of the Quad- rangle. At that time it was agreed that, although their time together had been limited, no one would ever forget that " fateful fall of ' 4Q " . The dorms were built in 1925 and opened for occupancy in 1927. Hester Hall was named for ] Irs. Elizabeth Hester, one of Oklahoma ' s first missionaries, and Robertson Hall was named for Miss Alice Robertson, Oklahoma ' s first congress- woman. ihinv MhijiiH-d up by the girls of Robertson and Hester. Page 543 lEWUy HOUSE OFFICERS TRACi O ' Xkill .Maria E. Rosas Jo Browx . .Mar F. Swaxda President X ' ice-President Treasurer Secretary Xeunian House is owned and maintained by the Sisters of Divine Providence. Sister Mary V irginia of Our Lady of the Lake College, San Antonio, Texas, is the present hostess. Established in 1926, Newman is open to all wo- men students without distinction as to their religious affiliations. It accommodates 36 girls. Mary Carroll served as president for the spring sem- ester of ' 49 and Tracy O ' Neill for the fall semester of ' 49. Mary Ellen Brown did the house proud by being chosen for the L niversity ' s Triple Trio, but one wonders if those dozen assorted phone calls she regularly received each day were really official business. Others participating in the struggle to answer each time the phone rang include Betsy Montes, Louise Prothro, Betty Dickman and Jane Bullock. Newman was happy to accommodate her four DP ' s. Not from Europe but from the residential houses when they were vacated to make room for the BOQ fire vic- tims. Refugees include Laura Halcomb, Madeleine Sen- salle, Evelyn McClung and Constance Stern. " Oh, and has anybody seen Jo Brown ' s music. She lost another batch of it. " First Rniv, left to right: Clara Carter, Elaine Howell, Eulalia Steedman, Jane Ann Bullock. Second Row: Anne Moore, Marguerite Wilson, Mary J. Brown, Tracy O ' Niell, Maria E. Rosas, Mary F. Swanda, Edith L. Galirish, Barbara Ellingsworth. Third Roiu: Betty J. Patterson, Betty Dickman, Rose M. Moore, Mary E. Brown, Francie Heinz, Carolyn Taylor, Laura Holcomb, Marie Cleary, Louise Prothro. Fourth Roiv: Geneva Ballinger, Madeleine L. Sensale, Evelyn McClung, Carol Grogan, Jean Wimbish, .Angelica Marcos, Betsy Montes, Virginia Kotte, Constance Stearns, Mary Carroll Page 544 m m ' C ' liveland House Ouadrangle Residential Halls The University ' s bright, long-held dream of finest facilities for its coeds turned into handsome brick-and-stone reality this year. With the opening of school for the fall term, all freshmen girls moved into the new Women ' s Quadrangle. A great many upperclass women, too, chose to live there. Even before it was occupied, the cluster of modern residential build- ings at the foot of the South 0 al w as earning national recognition as one of the finest living centers on any college campus in the L niteil States. The 16 Houses in the " Quad ' s " four big buildings provide quarters for 848 students. Fifty-two girls and a resident counselor occup each House. Freshman Houses are home for freshmen girls. L pperdass and graduate students occupy other units. Capable counseling, close friendships, stud -, parties — all are part of the " home away from home " air of the individual Houses. The Cen- tral dining hall and large central loimge make a meeting-place for campus women. Dedication of the (Juadranglc this ear marked tiie climax of a long. long dream. Niemann Apartments (lAKMR (;. ( ' ill, I. IMS Page 546 Aerial ' ic v iif the Women ' s Quadrangle Housing for men, too, mo ed ahead this year. At Woodrow V ilsoii Center, on the Main Campus, remodeling and new improvements provided exceptional recreational fa- cilities for the 768 men living in this area. Men were living in improved quarters near the campus, too, in Franklin House and in Hester and Robertson Houses. For two years the " Big Red " football team has won Big Seven Conference champ- ionships. And two successive Sugar Howl trophies. In this same two-year period, many Sooner athletes have been living together i[i Jefferson House. " Living together, studying together, playing together " is given credit for a share of the game spirit and winning drive of O.U. athletes. Garner G. Collums, Director of Housing, and his staff have been concerned with more than places for students to live. They ' ve had to plan, and administer, comfortable quarters for student families — wives and children. Sooner City and its 500 prefabricated houses invariably attract the interest of campus visitors. The area ' s landscaping and planning have earned it — from some observers — the title: " prettiest temporary housing project in America " . And Sooner City is only part of the 1,200 apartments and prefabricated houses on three University campuses, which are doing an unusually complete job of providing shelter for going-to-college families. Five dinning halls and three snack bars at strategic points throughout the three campuses provide another important phase of the University ' s program to provide rea- sonabh-priced room and board to its students. h mt Mrs. M rti.e B. Kf.iierhals Lounge of Women ' s Quadrang Whitehand Hall Page 547 Annette Counts doe .n ' t think rising and shining is a good deal at all, hut then nei ther did her disturbers. Marjorie Maynard and Betty Dennis. OFFICERS Annette Counts . Mary L. Swartwood Barbara Jones President Vice-President Secretary-Treasurer IIVISHIiSE Davis House, named after Alice Brown Davis, the only woman ever to be elected chief of one of the five civilized tribes, is the northeastern domi of the Quads and is in modern decor. It is ably pre- sided over by a ' liilsan, Maurine Sulliiifjcr, who is taking her master ' s degree in educational guidance. Among the past year ' s achievements may be noted the Thanksgiving Dance at the Center Lounge, Christmas contributions to charities such as the Cerebral Palsy Institute and decorating for Dad ' s Day. The girls also contributed money for a combi- nation radio-phonograph tor the lounge. Second semester officers were: Martha Elkin, president; Shirley Brink, vice-president, and Helen Palmer, secretary-treasurer. Beauty was recognized in Davis House, Annette Counts and Beverly Chase being chosen two of the eight most beautiful xxonien on the O.L . Campus. First Row, left lo rigl:l: Jo . ' iin Freeman, Marth.i L. Elkin, Betty S. Kurilko, B. J. Jones, Ph I Morrow, an Marchant, Pat Murrell, .Annette Counts, Evelyn Edgar. Second Row. Wilma Fulks, Gretchen Bader, Patsy Burris, Dorothy Cjoodyear, Jo Ward, Julia Bell, Becky Hatchett, Angle Cox, B. C. Chase, Charlotte CJraham. Third Rois;: Bernadine J Hor«ltz, Betty Dennis, Carolyn Barrett. .Ann J. Hunt, Marilyn Myers, Maurine Sullenger, Clara D. Blgby, Pat Lawson, Suretta Love, Shirley L. Brink, Emma L. Crider. Fourth Rov:: Frances M. Biles, Rosalie A. Ralzen, Hope Cleary, Tonl Parkinson, Jeannlne Smith, Nancy Sugg, Barbara Casteel, Pat Patrick, . rlene .Mitchell, Annette Taft, Marv L. Swartwood. Page 548 FORMS UOIS[ Forbes House was named for Minnie lae For- bes, faculty member from 1920-1933. " Forbes, " as the house is called by its inhabitants, has had an exciting and eventful year. The girls enjoyed work- ing on such events as Dad ' s Day, Homecoming, and the Quadrangle Christmas Program. For a Fresh- man dance hour, the Center Lounge was converted into a reasonable facsimile of the Stork Club. A wiener roast by the South Canadian River was a successful house activity. The Christmas party was worthwhile as w-ell as loads of fun since each girl brought a toy to give to the Goodland Indian Or- phange at Hugo. A surprise birthday party for the counselor was one of the many after closing hour parties. Forbes House with its Virginia Colonial lounge has been the scene of many happy and interesting " get togethers " . Three girls from Canada, Mexico, and ' enzuela added color to the conversations. The counselor, Mary Baker, hails from Little Rock, Arkansas. Rosiland Rockey and Delores Culp were office girls at Forbes. The goal of " happiness " was truly reached at Forbes House. Ni) — it can ' t hp trui- — the dorm dream diiii t do mh h imind.Tnc thing-, as brush thtir teeth — hut here Dorothy Howell, Jane Burr and Cleta Stroud prove that the cuties of the campus do brush their teeth. OFFICERS N.AXEEX Campbell Gl.adys Gexzer Pat Hart . BoBBVE Hefley Molly Nichols Jake Dameron . JoAxxE Aberxathy President ' ice- President Secretar ' Treasurer RV A Representative ' VCA Representative Intramural Representative Page 549 It ' -, lint so t-as} to get up, eat breakfast, get dressed, and put on the rinishing touches in just an hour. Rosemary Counts and Barbara Oavis prove it can be done. OFFICERS " SCOTTV " HaAK Betty Jacksox Kaye King . President ' ice-President Secretary-Treasurer iiyiLLUOISE Hamill House is the home away from home for the more lively young female freshmen at OU. The house is not one to be left in the cold when it comes to honors. Shirley McKinney became the Sigma Phi Epsiloii " Girl of the Golden Heart " and the Delta L psilons chose Delores Erts as their feudal princess. Our honor was having a wonderful coun- selor, Dorothy Walters, who was more than a good sport. As entertainment for the rest of the Quadrangle Hamill House held two dances at the center loimge — a Western Dance in October and a dance on George Washington ' s birthday in February. A Merry Christmas was celebrated by buying a new radio for the house. Kay Lou Francisco gave every- one the jitters for many months to come with her perfect rendition of the Frankenstein monster. The girls in Hamill House had only a iew complaints such as study halls, eight o ' clock and Saturday classes, and the restrictions against the use of south oval and the glaring porchlights, which the girls hope will be blasted off the map next Hallowe ' en by a mysterious witch. Aside from this it is seventh heaven, " Hamill Heaxen " . Fiisl Row, left to right: Kay Lou Kranci cii, Anne Haft-r, Nancy Gainhill, Peggy Weis, Charlene Minick, Rosemary Kozel, Louise Hond- enpyl, Doris Ann Haak, Marjorie L. Morgan. Second Row: Joy Jester, Betty Jackson, Lu Anne Larkins, Sally Fogarty, Dolores Erts, Barbara Davis, Sue Dutton, Barbara Wisdom, Joy Moff, Mary Faye Edmundson. Third Row: Jeane Sherrod, Dorothy Lester, Jane Hamilton, Hazel Steiner, Dorothy Walters, Frances Kidd, Reita Toaz, Gwinn McMahan, (Jerree Coley, Margarite Hanly. Fourth Row: Beverly Schilling, Peggy Henley, Alice Nichols, Dorothy Sartin, Sonia Pamplin, Mary Ruth Stephenson, Carol Driskill, Kaye King, Shirley McKinney, Phyllis Curnutt, Mary Jo Frederick. Page 550 lESSKHOISE The activities this year at Herrick were numerous and fruitful. The football season was heralded in fashion, and in between the Dad ' s Day program and Hcrrick-sponsored dance hour, Pat Ward man- aged to capture the Ruf-Xek ' s hearts and become their sweetheart. Marihn Davis captured some hearts of the U. S. Navy and was named Miss S. S. Saipan. Charlotte Copeland and Kaye Kiehl were candidates for the Lambda Chi Alpha White Rose Queen. ' Wonne Eisea and Jesse Kernaghan were candidates for hon- orary Cadet Colonel while Pollie Ann Erdahl, Ra- chel Stockton, Timmie Collins and Jessie Kernaghan were beauty queen candidates. Joan anlandingham sang at the Homecoming Varieties. Mary Wallace and Joan Buckstaff made the plunge into Ducks Club while Polly Ann Erdahl danced her way into Orchesis. Marilyn Davis was elected vice-president of Freshman " Y " and Betsy Markland became the sec retary of the same organ- ization. And just to prove to the campus that Herrick was not all beauty and no brains several of the girls came through with 2.5 averages and above. HHHh H - " ' ' ' .fSP ' I lg; " m f t M ijli I M H B ■■■ f ' ' i ' . ' M ul ■ H ■ Niiw here are a ccniple cif t;aK u hn wnuld make some man a gdocl ivife. Ji yc Adkins ami Emily Allen (if Herrick House tidy up the niiim. OFFICERS R.AE Ragsdale Charlene Kahanek Emily Ann Allen Shirley Anthis Eulalia Payne President Vice-President Secretary-Treasurer A.W.S. Representative l.W.A. Representative finl Rov:, li-jt to right: Beverly Chapman, Elizabeth Ragsdale, Eulalia Payne, Anne Neal, Joann Buckstaff, Kaye Kiehl, Jean Perry, Carolyn Dickerson. Second Roiv: Jovce Adkins, Patti Pike, Marv S. Ham, iarv J. Bittle, Edith Ramsa , Betsv Markland, Emilv Allcii, Jessie Kernaghan, Mary G. Tribble, Sallie Ricker. ThirJ Roti-: Polly A. Erdahl, Pat Ward, Mary Wallace, Ann Richard, Nina Dick- inson, Elinor Eastman, Timmie Collins, Charlotte Copeland, Marilvn Davis, Charlene Kahanek. Fourth Roil-: Norma Smith, Lee Campbell, Betty L. Blackburn, Rachel Stockton, Mary J. Rahhal, tartha Seale, Sue Crossland, Paula Boren, Joan ' anlandingham, Yvonne Elsea. Page 551 Penny Walker, Zelma Gordon, Carol Higdon and Marjorie Bell don ' t look too unhappy about that early morning hike to class. OFFICERS Barbara Kennedy .... President J. ' VCKIE Fennessy .... Vice-President Connie Birbilis Secretary Gaylon Walker Treasurer Lavern Janzen . . A.W.S. Representative Norma McMillan . Intramural Chairman Joy Slavik . . . I.W.A. Representative Zelima Gordon . . . Sergeant-at-arnis Hiiyy HmsE On September 12. 1949, tort. -fivc girls unpacked their bags, inspected their new rooms, and chatted with their roommates for the initial opening of Holman House. They learned that their counselor was Mary Jo Howe and that their assistant counselors were Pat Harper and Jeannine Cooper. They also learned that their house had been named in honor of Cath- erine Holman, a former professor of English here at O.U. It was not long before some of the girls stepped into the spotlight by doing outstanding things on campus. Among these were Ann Butler, who ap- peared in two major drama productions, and Jane Hurst, who was chairman of several decorating committees and who also helped to design the Quad- rangle Homecoming float. These are some of the girls who made the year at Holman house such a success. At the first house meeting everyone began to get acquainted by learning all the girls ' names and hometowns. Also at this meeting officers for the first semester were elected. The girls discussed pro- jects for the year and among those projects decided on was giving Christmas presents to the Crippled Children ' s Hospital. First Roir, left to right: Jacquelyn A. Williams, Jane Hurst, Norma McMillan, Ann Butler, Marilvn Nott, Dorothv Miller, Barbara Kennedy, Elma Bryson. Second Row: Estelle Katz, Carole Williams, Judy Figley, Zelma Clordon, ' Phyllis J. Hersh, Carol Higdon, Patti Weaver, Pat Harper, Jeannine Cooper, Blanche Clarkson. Third Roic: LaVerne Janzen, Donna Mann, Mary B. Kruger, Harriet Kyler, Jacque Fennessey, Mary J. Howe, Carolyn Hicks, Ann Thompson, Connie Birbilis, Mary L. Whitaker, Mary A. Rupe. Fourth Roiv: Barbara McKinnis, Lois Hersh, Nancy P. Yarbrough, Elaine Bagelman, Deloris Workman, tiavle Miller, Rosemarx Robinson, Milly Wilson, Barbara Meek, Monte Hopper, Gaylon Walker, Marjorie Hell. Page 552 IPiEHOISe Hume House, the dorm in the Women ' s Quad- rangle known on the campus as the friendliest, most home-like dorm, has also had many honors. Anna Lou Higgert, one of the desk girls, was chosen as the outstanding woman in the Quadrangle. Fran- ces Taylor and Richard McAfee, one of Hume ' s adopted members, were elected Queen and King of the IWA Christmas formal. Paula Blackwelder was chosen for the cover of the December issue of The Cover ' -d Wagon. Not only does Hume abound in beauty, but also in brains. Bessie Sue Brown, counselor, is President of Mortar Board. Carolyn Stewart, Judy Ryder, Marilyn Moore, Charlene Dale, Nancy Strong, El- laine Aikman, Dottie Young, and Lila Jean Weeks have O.U. Service Scholarships. Charlene Dale, who had a 3.0 average at the first 8 weeks, was one of the biggest factors in making Hume House next to the top in scholastic average among the Freshman Houses. As to the religious aspect, Anna L. Biggert was the worship chairman for the Y. The Religious Emphasis Week worship chairman was Helen Prae- ger, and many of the girls hold positions of leader- ship in their church groups. There must be folding rnoiKx in tliuse kttcrN in make Franc Lou Biggert and Patsy Spivey this happy. OFFICERS M.ARiLYX Moore Dottie Young Barbara Mealey Mary S. Browx Charlene Dale . Frances R. Willis Margaret Martin President ice-President Secretary Treasurer A.W.S. Representative I.W.A. Repreesntative Intramural Representative First Row, left to right: Anna L. Biggert, Barbara A. Mealex ' , Carol Whitelev, Frances R. Willis, Jane A. Worlev, Judv Rvder, Pat Chase, Carolyn Stewart, Willa Marty. Second Roix:: Paula Blackwelder, Ann Williams, Greta Dean, Patsy Spivey, Mary S. Brown, Frances Taylor, Jeannie Pilant, Jo Anne Noll, Charlene Dale, Lila J. Weeks. Third Rati:: Dorothy Young, Marchetta Stevens, Clarice J. Bailey, Reada Bridgewater, Bobbie Slatten, Bessie S. Brown, Jeanne Thompson, Nyta Y. Tharp, Marilyn Moore, Nancy Strong, Dolores Owens. Fourth Roir: Gwyn Packnett, Helen Praeger, Shirlex Saulsberry, Pauline Campbell, Margaret Martin, Ellaine Aikman, Iris Kahii, Fayc Schiff, Jo Ann Parks, Dorothye Cohen, Jean Fries. Page 553 Two out of three girls from Jordan House read the Daily or one out of three knits. Patty Parker is the slave to the argyles and Pat Johnson and Kathleen Burger keep up on campus affairs. OFFICERS first Semester Jamae Bullis Mary Irby Second Semester Tho.masen ' .a Martix Mary Irby President ' ice-President President Vice-President joyy noiSE This year will always haye a significance for the girls of Jordan House for oyerlooking the study hall, hours of desk duty and campuses (which were really qinte bearable) they had a maryelous time. Our regality was shown by Lois Flippen as can- didate for Dream Girl of PiKA and Sig Ep Sweet- heart ; the Sigma Chis tapped Pat Dougherty and Anne Avery as possible sweethearts and Johnell Preston as Band Queen Candidate. Tommie Mar- tin illustrated Jordan ' s beauty in the Yearbook. Before Mickey Ethridge had swung her way to become a member of the Racket Club and Ruth Tyler secretary of this organization, Jo Keller, Cinnie Baker, Nancy Hyde, Martha DaLee, Jo Palmer and Georgia Channer had splashed their way into Ducks; but not before Rosie Newman had danced right into Orchesis. Norma Penhall and Edrita Pokorny both appeared in major productions. The House also had its share of Little Women on • Campus as Pat Johnson became a member of Student Senate, President Ruth Tyler and ' ice- President Cinnie Baker kept Fre.shman under control. The Jordan House officers all did a splendid job with the guidance and friendship of Counselor Isa- bel Alexander. Fnsl Row, left In right: Lois J. Flippen, Martha A. DaLee, Patty Parker, Jamae Bullis, Penny Smith, Veriiodene Ralili, Edith Johnson, Pat CJentry. Second Roix:: Pat Wallace, Nancy Hyde, Suzanne Holcomb, Thomasena Martin, Jo Palmer, Cvnthalice Baker, liollie A. Ream, Marilyn M. Ethridge, Carole Kerr, Patricia Daugherty. ThirJ Roii-: Ruth A. Tyler, Madelon V rick, .Anne .Avery, .Alice Roth- mire, .Marlynne White, Isabel .Alexander, Nona DeShazo, June Roberds, Cieorgia Channer, Mary Irby. Fourth Roif: Kathaleen Buerger, Norma J. Penhall, Jo Ann Keller, Sandra L. Klostermycr, Claire Demand, Francine Jones, Pat Johnson, .Margaret R. Newman, Fayne Jucdeman, Barbara Egelston, Johnell Preston. [A! q Page 554 KlilUOISE Kirk House is the name that will remain in the hearts of the girls who share their friendship, inter- ests, and fun in their first semester at O.L . I he girls of Kirk showed interest, loyalty, and spirit in all activities of the dormitory and university partici- pation in organizations on the campus was an impor- tant asset to bring Kirk House to the attention of the campus. Throughout the year Kirk was out front with clever house decorations, parties, and open houses. Betty St. Clair, the counselor, inspired and encouraged the girls in their various activities. Kirk was first in the Quadrangle in a number of social activities: sponsoring the first dance hour, first to have a Victory Open House following the football games, first freshman dormitory to adopt an upper class dormitory as their " Big Sister House " , which was Oliver, and first to write individual dor- mitory .songs. At the end of the first semester the residents of Kirk were moved to various other uni- versity housing and Kirk became the home of the student nurses. Dee LePage, Wvncma I ' iikli :iiiil ( uIm I .ms rel.ix in the cafeteria with a cup of coffee, but Cuha keeps her Imoks liandy for a quick dash to class. OFFICERS DlAXE OVERAXD Barbara Head Helene Hlrd . Carlene Glitch Mary Webb Jan Klapper . Novalene Darter Betty Faye St. Clair . President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer A.W.S. Representative I.W.A. Representative Intramural Representative Counselor First Roiu, left to right: Fran Davis, Helene Hard, Mary L. Mulky, Carolyn Rucker, Patsy Day, Paula Mathers, Betty J. Wilson. Second Roiv: Cuba Evans, Carlene Glitsch, Pat Moody, Ocella Reed, Betty A. Steward, Elizabeth King, Elaine Suttie, .Margaret M. Stephenson, Jan Hutchins. Third Roiv: Reba J. Yoakum, Marjorie Bussman, Wynema Watson, Virginia Pollard, Betty F. St. Clair, Pat Phillips, Marilena Hedrick, Clara Z. Smith, Marie Hayes, Betty A. Frey. Fourth Row: Wynema Pirkle, Martha Ferguson, Verlea Bercutt, Barbara Head, Merilyn Duncan, Diane Overand, Rose Dritch, Eileen Meyer, Ann Colby, Margaret Camp. Page 555 Rita Fitter duLMi ' t like l ibitzing in her phone conversations and doesn ' t mind telling Elizabeth Broach about it. OFFICERS Jean Hale President Charlotte Hubble . . . Vice-President Ellen Koeler . . . Secretary-Treasurer Naomi Rlth Huxter .... Counselor LAISOiiOISE Nearh all the girls in Law son House are trans- fer students from other schools in Oklahoma and from out of state, even as far away as Maryland. Since no one knew anyone else in the house, much less anyone else on campus, all the Lawson house girls seemed to make friendship their number-one aim. The informal southwestern-type furniture aided their project, helped along by a formal dance and monthly birthday parties. Leadership is not lacking even if each of the girls was spending her first semester at the University ' . Lyie Osborne was chosen Sequoyah Princess and Jean Hale was the president of the inter-dormitory council of the Quadrangle. Helping Quadrangle unit four accumulate 232 points in intramural sports were Georgia " Lassie " Baird in swimming and diving, and Rita Fitter in table tennis. Naomi Ruth Hunter, house counselor, was a member of the Student Senate. Coming to Lawson ' s complete fourth floor were a group of girls who gave up their residence in Rob- ertson and Hester Halls to the victims of the BOQ fire. Engagement rings flourished. Ouida Spaulding, Ruth Jane Campbell, Lola Phillips, Georgia Raird, and Mary Jane Rose found it pretty hard to work on their BA degrees at the same time they were orking on the MRS. First Row, left to right: Elaine Anderson, Janida Jones, Betty Elniborg, Billie L. Deffeves, Theo Hunter, Ruth Hunter, Lorene Carter, Mary Nelson, Georgia L. Baird, Sydney Katz, Elizabeth Broach, Wanda Brannan. Second Rov:: Muriel Steadman, Leona McAninch, Harriett Dunn, Patricia Cochran, Rosemary Magner, Rita Fitter, Ellen Ki.ehlcr, Marilyn Gregory, Lyle Osborne, Margaret Black. Ouida Spaulding, Charlotte Hubble, Pauline Shoup, Jane Metz, Pat Ciilleland, Inni Me«ill. Page 556 ytcpiiAinoiSE McCurtain House girls were active in all campus activities during the year. First on their social cal- endar was the dance given b ' McCurtain and the other three houses in the unit. Active in Homecom- ing preparations, the girls spent long hours and suf- fered minor injuries working on the quadrangle Hoat. McCurtain came to the rescue of the B()Q tire victims and donated all spare linen, soap, and favorite jeans and shirts. The gals had an open house for the BOQ men in the form of a " Come as You Are " dance. Cigarettes were given all tlie dis- placed bo s. Christmas invaded the house in the form of the IWA formal dance and Christmas part in the lounge. Mr. and Mrs. Santa Claus were on hand to distribute toys. Destructive dates, especially en- gineering majors, tore up all the mechanical toys discovering the principles involved. A few toys found their way to the Cerebral Palsy institute. Phyl took a poll of all her " angels " , as she calls them, and found over half of the girls going steady. McCurtain points with pride to the outstanding celebrity, Carolyn Ostrum, who was elected Band Queen and was a SooXER beauty candidate. Relaxing time in McCurtain House means the lounge for Joyce Rosec Frances Harris, Elizalieth King, Shirley Stark and Joanne .Aliliott. OFFICERS Christine Leath President Florence B.aggett . . . ' ice-President Jean Russell Secretarv Margaret Teel . . IW ' A Representative Jo Ann Carlson Treasurer Jessie Westfall . . Intramural Chairman Phvi.lis ' an Patthn .... Counselor First Roiv, left to right: Lois . Scott, Jess Westphal, Jeanne Moorer, Catherine Dutton. SiuonJ Rn v: Jackie Eakins, Shirley Wein- mann, Jo Painter, Jean Russell, Christine Leath, Phyllis anPatten, Joanna S. Snuggs, Mary J. Cloud, Marv A. DeKord, N ' elda Para- more, Betty Gallagher. Third Roit:: Colleen Roser, Lottye A. Payne, Margaret Teel. Mary E. Meek, Margaret Hamilton, Ernestine Koester, Frances Harris, Lorrie Kozak, Shirlev Stark, Marv E. Green, Doris Mulkv, Joanne .Mihott. Pat Patton, Marv B. Koester. Fourth Roil ' : Joyce J. Rosecrants, Carolyn Ostrom, Wenonah Bell, Virginia I.. Roberts, " Waneve King, Del. .res Charleene Minor, ' ioleta Eidelman, Florence Baggett, Jo . nn Carlson, Wilma J. Beck. Page 557 McSpadden House girls Jiiannc Silver, Martha Asfahl, Cornelia Van Honk, Mary Stevens and Ruth Stevens have the bonks npen, pencils poised and cig- arettes burning, but how much studying «i!l be done is anyone ' s guess. OFFICERS M.ARY Stevens President Jo AvxE Silver . . . Vice-President and Social Chairman Phyllis Hurst Secretary JuDV Whenry Treasurer McSpad ien is named in honor ot Sally Rogers McSpadden. sister of Will Rogers and a leader and educator. Counselor Lucille Kellogg is a graduate student in Psychometry, an ex-naval officer, and did her undergraduate study at Kansas State Teachers Col- lege, Emporia, Kansas. Throughout the year the girls of McSpadden House have been active in campus activities. Lina Folks pledged Mu Phi Epsilon ; Alice Johnson, Stu- dent Senator, chairman of budget committee of the Senate, member of Kappa Beta Phi, honorary legal fraternity, and Lmi- Reineii.- staff; Mary Ann Sulli- van, President of Kappa Phi, and a member of Or- chesis Dance Club ; Helen Kiser pledged Alpha Sigma Phi; Jo Anne Silver is Treasurer of IWA; Jo Ann Gist, a member of AWS Board ; Joyce Taylor our IWA representative; and Mary Ste- vens, V ice-President of Kappa Phi, Executive Secre- tary of the Young Citizens ' Committee, Corre- sponding Secretary for the Society for the Advance- ment of Management, American Marketing Associ- ation, IWA Executive Council, and member of the Pre-Law Club. Successful events of the sea.son included a fall formal dance, Christmas Party, Open House for the Faculty, hostesses at dance hour, and the naming of the Quadrangle paper. First Roiv, left to right: W ' ylma Anderson, Pat Eng, Jovce Tavlor, Jo W. Grider. SiunnJ Roiv: Anne Moseley, Kay Cummings, Helen Kiser, Mary Stevens, Joanne Silver, Lucille Kellogg, Phyllis ' Hurst, Elinor Miller, Jo . ' Vnn CJist, Cornelia Van Hook. TliirJ Roii: Thelma M. Raizen, Norma L. Carberry, Jean (iardenhire, Earline Henderson, Catherine Seamouris, Sally Fuller, Wanona ( istner, Lina F. Folks, Carol Green, Mary M. Thompson, Melba C. Morris, Barbara Smith, Bettye R. I ' pton, Pat Peters. Page 558 lEILllOISe Neill House, the graduate women ' s donnitoiy, is occupied by thirty-eight women representing thir- teen states of the United States, and three foreign countries : China, England and Panama. Throughout the semester Xeill House women have participated in a number of social events, in- cluding a picm ' c and wiener roast, a listening part , two dances, a Christmas party, and a tea and re- ception following a recital by one of our piano ma- jors. When the Neill House women are tired of ap- plying their intellect in pursuing advanced work, they can be found at the bridge table in their mod- ern, attractively-furnished lounge. An after-dinner rubber is a common occurrence, and many of the graduate women have become expert performers in the Culbertson system. Friends from other houses often drop in for an hour ' s entertainment, and al- ways find a group eager to evaluate a good bridge hand and go into the Blackwood convention at the drop of a hat. Neill House is named for Dr. Alma J. Neill, professor of physiology from 1920 to 1948. Dr. Neill became an authority on sleeping sickness and traveled extensively in foreign countries, writing articles on her work. She died on April 10, 194S, after a lifetime of service. Mary Jaiitr l..ii:;.il Who else has thi: OFFICERS Mary Jane Lagali Kim Drake . Janis Dillaha . Ethel Hale President Secretary-Treasurer Social Chairman Counselor First Row, left to right: Mary F. Dreese, Dnrnthv Williams, Rita F. Lubin, Grace Schoonover, Carmen Oomis, Ethel Hale, Mary J. Lagali, Doris Larson, Elizabeth Rimmer, Marguerite Killian, Eunice N. Shout. Second Roiv: Janis Dillaha, Marjorie Stevenson, Lillian Drake, Goldie Zacks, Grace Gradv, Marion Hall, Nfar A. Demere, Bessie Bnrtner. Nellie Leiippe, Robin J. Denson, Marjorie Neal. Page 559 Checking-nut time I 111 Im i iiining ot a big evening for the girls at (Hiver House. OFFICERS First Semester Neville Reeder President Lola Dunnam .... ' ice- President Joanne Darrow Secretary Rlth Goekex Treasurer Second Semester Neville Reeder President Earlene Russell .... Vice-President Phyllis Ann Phillips .... Secretary LoiisE Dennis Treasurer OlIIEnOISE Leadership, loyalt). spirit, triendliness, studies and tun reigned supreme in the first year of Oliver House histor . Outstanding girls working together as one group has made Ohver an outstanding dor- niitor) in the Quadrar:gle this ear. Leading off the eai w ith a successful dance hour v as only one of the " Hrsts " for 01i er. The house was also the first to adopt a freshman dorm as an official " little sis- ter " house, which was celebrated properly with a joint banquet and program with Kirlc House. Oli- er House also was first to purchase a radio-phono- graph. In the Olive Bowl football game, the well trauied Oliver squad won the first game between an inde- pendent women ' s house and a fraternity, Delta Tau Delta. The girls still took time out for charity work at Thanksgiving and Christmas time. Ann Angerman, Oliver House counselor, received her master ' s degree in January and was replaced by Betty Fay St. Clair to carry the loyal spirit of Oli- ver House forward. All in all, the initial year for Oliver House was indeed a very successful and pleasant year for all who lived there. Page 560 riBIEIillSE Parker House is constituted mainly of girls trans- planted from ' 48- ' 4Q at old BOQ. Honors include " Campus Personality " to Mo Hassen, 1..M.A. Sweetheart and Huckster ' s Queen June Eanus, and finalist for " Colonel " of Scabbard and Blade Donna Miller Ma es. An honor fraternity is prexied b Jacqueline Jacknian. Mo Hassen is a student sen- ator. Residents of Parker are: the flight instructress of the University, Emily Frost; the leads in major dra- matic productions, " Caligula " and " The Traitor " , Genevieve and Pat Truman, ajid the author of three produced plays, Peggy Evans. Besides participating in every Quad activit the house has had several parties. A Christmas toy-gift- exchange was for the benefit of the children at the Cerebral Palsy Institute. Guests giving informal informative talks were: Mrs. E. Mock, Mrs. Ela Reynolds, and Dr. L. Killian. Officers for the second semester were: Laurabeth West, president; Marion Neeley, ice-president ; Geraldine Ray, secretary; Addie Weaver, treasurer; Marilyn Wilson, " Y " representative. Joe Ann Godown was house counselor. Janie Creech gives date Bill J5nklt her nicest smile to start the evening otf perfectly. OFFICERS Lois Llckixg . Jeanne Humphrey Marion Neeley RowENA Brvdex MOUPHIDA HasSEX June Fames President X ' ice- President Secretary I ' reasurer A.W.S. Representative I.W.A. Representative First Roiv, left to right: Royetta Robinson, Wilma Summitt, Mouphida Hassen, Donna Miller, Janice John. Second Ro w: DeLores Home, Ann Thurlow, Addie Weaver, Geraldine Ray, Mary Williford, Joe Ann Godown, Maril n J. WiKcm, N ' ancy Graves, Rowena Bryden, Marian Neeley, Jane Hopper. Third Roic: Mar Riiigewav, Lois I.iickitiK, l.uiir I-. ( ' rtKii, I ,m .pu lint- Jackmaii, Harriet A. Baker, Laurabeth West, Mary L. Gohmert, Jeanne llumphrex, ' irginia L. . ' nilers,.n, Heth .ra , ti:iMii,. Pniv Page 561 It looks like this trio of Sager House girls shopped in the eit. all day aiul just couldn ' t »valk further than the lounge. Did vou huy any new shoes? OFFICERS Barkara Babb President Jen ' eanxe Johnston . . . Vice-President DoxNA Knox Secretary Delores DePolo Treasurer Thelma Harris, Jerr - Dixon and Berna Knobbler . . Floor Chairmen WiLMA Peck . . . AWS Representative Betty Hoffman . Intramural Representative Eloise Dotts . . . IWA Representative Barbara Way . . ' ' W ' CA Representati e SAGEIHOIH N ' (jt onh as this the first ear at OL ' for Sager house, but it was the first year here for many of the residents. However, that didn ' t stop them from entering almost every campus activity. Sadie Hawkins week was observed with a dance hour " Dogpatch Style " . An informal dance wel- comed the Christmas holidays, (jetting second se- mester off with a bang were a " Dreamer ' s Holi- day " dance hour February 15 and a western party Februar 24. Sager didn ' t lack personalities either. Carolyn Cole and X ' irginia Holmes could be found warbling blue notes at almost every campus party. Be Jo Harvey, Vinita, was chosen vice-president of IWA and second semester president of Sager. She was also a KU ' ' Sooner " Gal of the Week " . And it seemed that everyone could play the piano. Rented for one night, it is now a permanent fixture. Jeneanne Johnston was named editor of the BSU annual, society editor of the Daily, publicity chair- man of IWA, first KUN ' V Sooner Gal of the AVeek, OU representative for National ' outh Panel and served on AW ' S publicity committee for spring con- vention. First Row, left lo nghl: Betty J. Baird, Berna Knobler, Jeannie West, Marilvn Rude, Bettie Hoffman. S,uo„J {oTf: Eveline Rohb, Betty Harden, Eloise n.)tts, Mary A. Ellis, Pat Davis, Helen F. Beslv, Nancv J. Tomlinson, Donna Knox, Wilma Pack, Margaret Fell, Barbara J. Work. TliirJ Row: Dolores DePolo, Wilma R. Harris, Delores Toyel.o, Thelma Harris, Norma Russo, Rosaline Owen, Mary K. Thompson, ' irginia Holmes, Jerry Dixon, Billie J. Heflev, Pat Ledbetter, June Lowrv, Mildred Josefv, Bettv R. Stine. Fourth Row: Betty Tansey, Ellen Basore, Joanne Billingsley, Barbara Way, Suzanne Schall, Carolyn Cole, Be Jo ' Harvev, Barbara Babb, Jeneanne Johnston, Joann Hurt, Jacque Brownlow, Millie Moore, Lucille Ciasser, Barbara Sanders. Page 562 SINGEimOISE Sanger House residents starti-d i)ft this cai-, the first in the Quadrangle, with the intention o( be- coming the best known, hardest working house on the campus. In the opinion of the girls who live there, they have succeeded ably. It can be said of the house that it is one closely knit group with the interests of each other and of all at heart. In any activit , the girls cooperate wholeheartedly, whether it is playing bridge, having a party or conducting a campaign. The social activities of the past year include a Hallowe ' en party, a Christmas party, and scver;U dance hours. For Dad ' s Day, the decorations con- sisted of signs with " Dew Drop Inn " and " Wel- come, Pop " prominently displaced outside. For every occasion the artists in the " family " ornament the house cleverly. The last efifort of the house was the " Garter Gal " campaign for the March of Dimes. With all the beautiful legs, the bo s had a hard time picking the right ones. The intention of the house is not to rest on past laurels, but to continue toward its goal of fame and renown at O.U. S.Tnger House girU Jerry Standley and Betty Stockton are just about ready for the sandman and no one even needs to sing a lullaby. OFFICERS First Semester VA •DA FcHoi.s President Mar - Francks Palmhr . . ' ice-President Jerrv Staxdi.ev . . . Secretary-Treasurer Second Semester Barbara Coi ' IEI.d President Betty Stockton .... ' ice-President Elizabeth Wemott . . Secretary-Treasurer First Roix, left lo right: Judv N ' ickell, Bettv .N. Binklev, Eunice Frost, Mary Limber, Bett r.dmoiulsini, Barbara Coticld. SeninJ Rn ' -j:: Lou E. Eng, Elizabeth WeMott, Barbara Sims, Norma L. Jabara, .Mary F. Palmer, Hattie M. Iloiip, Wanda N. Echols, Ruth J. Parker, Josephine Riling, Marv F. Jackson. Third Row: Marilyn Smith, Jane C. Shoemaker, Betty Stockton, Marion Mattocks, Ruth Black, Connie Willingham, C ' larene Radov, Rose Shaw, Mitzi Taylor, Rosie Rohnett, Melba Lngue, Colleen Swart, Carolyn Frost, irginia L. Bowers, Joann Woodall, Betty M. Teakell, . ' Mma L. Baker. Page 563 ill Fouler gives the skinne .iliuut thai liij; lishinj; irip to lack Wallace, Bnb Tiduell, Ki.h WinneherKer and Bill Burrell. OFFICERS Bill Halbert President SiiJ Kkefover ' ice-President (). C. Brooks Secretary BoR Chastaix Treasurer pi[ninBis! Although it is not true that Pyeattc House goes out each spring beating the bushes for athletic ma- terial, it is apparent that the house is the center for athletic activity of Apache District. Last spring playing under the name Pyeatte House, the boys brought home a Class B. intra- mural Softball trophy to decorate the mantelpiece. This fall eleven members of the all-victorious Class B football team from Apache district were from Py-Et Palace. Harold Smith, resident of the house, is both IMA representative and intramural director of the district. Teams composed mostly of house members are also entered in the intramural basket- ball and Softball competition. The 31 boys who live in Pyeatte House are ruled by the gloved hand of Miss Mary Pyeatte, a resi- dent of Norman since 1922. The house has been open for business in its present location for five years. This is the first year the house has been or- ganized as an independent men ' s hoiuse. The prox- imity of the house to the campus works in favor of the late sleepers and its location only a short smoke from the campus corner has made the 10 p. m. cof- fee break a nightlv ritual. First Riiiv, lift til lighl: Mike Oawtord, Handd Smith, Marvin J. Lubow, Jde lohiiMin, Waddles Fiiidle , CJeorge L. U ' iniieberger, H. D. Wiiifree, Jr., Hugh 1. Cunningham, Tom R. Stravhorn. Second Row: " David B. Tavlor, Bill M. Cnx, O. C. Brooks, Sid Keef- over, Mary Pyeatte, Bill Halbert, Bob Chastain, Bill Fowler, Dow D. Mitchell. ThirJ Roii: Charles T. House, Connie Brooks, Charles C. Woodruff, lack Wallace, Richard Lowe, Charles M. Tolliver, Bob Winneberger, Lvle F,. Cieorge, (Jlenn Johnson, S. D. Buchanan, Rex K.llv, Charles D. Crant. Page 564 p ' v - 1 Expanding With Our Great University One of O. U. ' s New Dormitories for Women pictured above is a portion of one of the four buildings of the new Women ' s Quadrangle, which can house 832 girls. Each dornn is divided into four sections or living units. The very latest in construction, they are streamlined for convenience and efficiency. cuia HOiu ca ne two- K04 e . . . The Union Addition will house the new University Book Ex- change, WNAD, student radio station, auditorium, offices and studios. Also enlarged cafeteria facilities, ballroom and lounge. The New Geology Building, when completed, will be the largest school of its kind In the nation. The new building will house the School of Geology offices, the Oklahoma Geological survey, classrooms and laboratories. UNIVERSITY BOOK EXCHANGE J. C. MAYFIELD, Manager UNION ANNEX 2 STORES NORTH CAMPUS Page 566 t W it A pretty coed named Bess Got a wrinkle in her favorite dress. With a deep groan 600 she phoned — Now the dress has a beautiful press! HEAT ALONE IS NOT ENOUGH When It ' s comfort you ' re looking for you ' ll find it galore in a new automatic gas heating system. With the first chill of autumn, just set the ther- mostat and enjoy the cozy, carefree comfort of tailored temperature throughout the heating season. Yes, a good automatic gas heating plant, prop- erly installed, gives you evenly distributed heat in every nook and corner in your home. No toasting on one side and freezing on the other. No overheated ceilings and cold floors. Remem- ber, the meager expense of good heating is small when you consider tho importance of health, comfort and convenience for your family. OKLRHpmfl nflTURflL (aOI, CoilUiG lU Elsie Mae I Vour Date ' s here I POTATO CHIPS For Sale at Leading Grocers 112 N. W. 5th Phone 2-3620 OKLAHOMA CITY Page 568 Your Wardrobe Will Need a Lift And here at Brown ' s College Corner you ' ll find the easy- going fashions that will add pleasure to your summer activities . . . whether you choose Seashore or Moun- tains, Town or Country. Come, see this exciting col- ection, designed to lend color to every locale . . . picked for personality as well as practicality! COLLEGE CORNER Page 569 Say, prcif ! How many cuts ' we alliiwed in this course? " The Best In ENTERTAINMENT ... is brought to Norman by your independent theatre. For your pleasure TODAY . . . Pictures and News of TOMORROW. THE OKLAHOMA THEATRE MRS. JUANITA B. BERRY. Owner JACK A CROOKS. Manager Page 570 You will always find at WHEREVER YOU ARE In Oklahoma - Texas - New Mexico - Kansas - California - Arkansas - Nebraska, It Isn ' t Far To Your Nearby Anthony Store Headquarters, Braniff Bldg. OKLAHOMA CITY Page 571 COMPLIMENTS CARPENTER PAPER CO. OKLAHOMA CITY N. W. 2nd 3-5325 Better Portrait Photography " Sarving Norman for 21 Years RUSSELL SMITH STUDIO 127 ' 4 East Main Prions 413 Let ' s put it this way then — I ' m an ACTIVE and vou ' rc a PLEDGE. " Guarding the Health Welfare through generations of SOONERS SWIFT ' S ICE CREAM Page 572 " In The Skirvin Tower Hotel " the Correct Clothes and Accessories for every occasion Suits Coats Date Dresses Evening Dresses With matching Accessories for every costume Sports Wear of all kinds liW !!ii ' ' ; ' 71 llil ' " I ' ll.l ' i ' HWjjin i i i ni i gii|i|inu i ' jiiiiiJ ' n " " ' Mi ' " " ' " i u ' iii iii i ' «m i nu hum Visit . . . The College Girls Store -- Oklahoma ' s Finest Shop Page 573 CONGRATULATIONS GRADUATES GREETINGS TO UNDERGRADUATES SECURITY NATIONAL BANK W. H. Patten D. H. Grisso John McFarland Bert Baggett Dale S. Wood JosiE Haun OFFICERS President Vice-President Assistant- Vice-Pres. Cashier Assistant Cashier Assistant Cashier DIRECTORS V. C. Bhatton W. H. Patten D. H. Grisso George W. Tarter R. W. Huno George A. Wiley J. Bruce Wiley i never Naw a guy work n hard at tr in ' tn get even with wimmin I " Elsie Says . . . CONGRATULATIONS CLASS OF 1950! You ' ve worked for months and years To learn the things you should! We only hope you know one thing — " If it ' s Borden ' s — it ' s got to he good! " l3orde4vS MILK - ICE CREAM - MILK PRODUCTS Page 574 Page 575 THEAT e GUIDE For Norman and for the Best and Latest In Motion Picture Entertainment • BOOMER • SOONER • VARSITY • UNIVERSITY Nciu that we ' ve worked the first problem in cla» — take the next 19 for tomorrow ' s assignment. " . ' i v ' - ' ' ■• M Page 576 established since 1935 To Jr o college clothes — campus and classroom — dance and date dresses as well as active and spectator sports (all moderately priced) Page 577 J TESTED BY THE HOURGLASS OF TIME ... to give you quality service — that is the Varsity Book Shop. It is a tradition on the university campus for students to visit the shop " on the corner " when they have books to buy or sell. It ' s a custom based on sound reasons that always brings them to the Varsity shop — the book sellers to the Sooners — for needed books and supplies. VARSITY BOOK SHOP " On the Comer " I low many times must I tell you that this locii ;iny phimbiiifj — anyway, you dnn ' t look like a plumber to me! " COMPLIMENTS OF NATIONAL TANK COMPANY TULSA, OKLAHOMA MANUFACTURERS OF • High and Low Pressure Separators for Oil and Gas • Automatic Emulsion Treating Equipment • Direct and Indirect Fired Heaters for Oil • Automatic Compact Gas Dehydration Plants • Indirect Fired Heater for High Pressure Gas • Storage Tanks-Bolted, Welded, and Wood • Other Miscellaneous Pressure Vessels Page 578 FOR your next fountain date on or off the campus, ask the " Mix Master " for a delicious sundae or a frosty soda made with STEFFEN ' S Ice Cream . . . it ' s nothin ' but sharp! SHARE the wealth ... get in sohd with the popula- tion . . . take home a " carry-oul " package of extra - flavorful, creamy - smooth STEFFEN ' S Ice Cream, today! Page 579 GOOD LUCK TO THE GRADUATING SOONERS GILLIAM PRESCRIPTION SHOP Med. Arts Bldg. 2-6448 205 W. Commerce 2-2519 OKLAHOMA TILE CO., INC. SINCE 1904 TILE FOR EVERY NEED Asphalt, Rubber. Floor, Wall Terrazzo Floors — Walls Stairs Tile or Marble Mantles 3011 Paseo OKLAHOMA CITY 5-3592 Operating in Oklahoma Since 1913 i vov ' s 3 s RESTAURANTS 113 N. Broadway Oklahoma City and 512 S. Main Tulsa V.}f " • V . ! ■ Vh:i(l ou Ii-:irn in prc-mcii tci-dav, U ' nrthal: all the best from Froug ' s Tulsa ' s Fastest-Growing Department Store Page 580 Turnover has two meanings at the Fountain III the average store, the FOUNTAIN Every retailer knows that rapid turnover is tlie key to dollar profits. And turnover does double duty at the soda fountain. The fountain has the fastest merchandise turnover of any department in the drug store. In addition, it turns over the greatest number of customers to all other departments. And, speaking of turnover, right-buying and right-handling of Coca-Cola Syrup give you fifty-two turns a year or " , your highly profitable fountain leader, Coca-Cola. Your good friend, the Coca-Cola salesman, has the whole story on right-buying. It ' s worth listening to. Page 581 MASTER ' S TRANSFER STORAGE Nation- Wide Moving Service • Packing • Shipping • Storage Bonded and Insured 807 N. Porter NOSMAN Phone 875 1 — ' -, sia w f [■■ ' 52 Years in Norman! YOUR HEALTH YOUR COMFORT YOUR HAPPINESS All Depend On Your Plumbing 116 N. Peters NORMAN Phone 73 ?SiiDAyTf -— -— ■ IV mir 6To J n OK tH OA7K or cFrHTf uvteivi c,acN rATs uii im tv ii ' m ev .. .uj 5 A HP W fS CiP ZI q TMf ill ' -rrfPlAMf Builders Construction Company 409 Kerr-McGee Building OKLAHOMA CITY, OKLAHOMA EARL TANKERSLEY H. R. JENSEN Page 582 INVENTION the mother of necessity At the turn of the twentieth century, America entered an era of productivity that was to astound the world. The invention of the rotary method of deep drilHng for oil was to foster the automobile, the airplane, the Diesel engine, plastics, synthetic rubber, and many other developments. These, in turn, have long since become everyday necessities in the modern American way of life. Through the efforts of an obscure young inventor named Hughes, who chose a Texas cow pasture for his laboratory experiments in seeking oil with the rotary rock drill of his own inven- tion, the developments dependent upon volume production of crude oil survived! With the intro- duction of the Hughes Rock Bit and its successful operation in drilling to unheard-of depths for oil deposits beneath the earth ' s surface, great volume production of petroleum in previously impen- etrable geologic formations be- came possible. Volume production meant low-cost fuel for transpor- tation . . . sparked the refining industry to fantastic accomplish- ment . . . gave birth to the syn- thetic rubber industry . . . and laid the cornerstone to an Ameri- can economy that was to be the marvel of the age! Since the development of the Hughes Rock Bit in 1909, the name HUGHES has symbolized universal leadership in every oil field on the globe . . . has merited the well deserved title, " World Standard of the Industry. " HUGHES !?? 5? " " Page 583 SINCE 1895 MONRONEY ' S Doc BiU FURNITURE COMPANY 10 W. GRAND OKLAHOMA CITY SOONER BAKERY FROZEN PUNCH Anything In the Bakery Line ROLLS - CAKES - PIES - BREAD 565 Buchanan Phone 2488 " OK, Rodney, now what ' s the .iiis vei ' to number six? ' y e ( IS e era or COOKS WITH THI GAS TU»NtO WARD FLOOR FURNACE KiUHES.. to remember Your future will, no doubt, include the purchase of home appliances. When that time comes — select ap- pliances that -will offer you the great- est return of ■your investment. Con- sider carefully every feature and advantage offered you in the " lines " mentioned at the left. You ' ll dis- cover that these outstanding makes are leaders in their respective lines — leaders because they offer the most in service and operating cost. HALES MULLALY COMPANY OKLAHOMA CITY, OKLA. Represented by the Outstanding Appliance Dealers in over 100 towns in Oklahoma Page 584 " SsUwLnq iks ' Sl uud: Soidhioa i Sinoi 7909 ' ROBBERSON STEEL COMPANY Zije uMUMf. STEEL FABRICATORS OKLAHOMA CITY, OKLAHOMA P. O. BOX U75 Page 585 Quality Merchandise At Economical Prices SELF-SERVE DRUG Serve Yourself and Save 223 E. MAIN MEMBER F.D.I.C. For the Convenience of Our Customers Drive-In Service !:. E,..rJ.N. . ?. A NJ I fli. USJt LSI OKLAHOMA NATIONAL BANK 228 Wes» Commerce in Capitol Hill Oklahoma CI»y ' ' Mavbe va better throw nn the seat. Anderson - Prichard Oil Corporation Independent Producers and Refiners General Offices: Apco Tower, Oklahoma City, Okla. CHALLENGE GASOLINE CHALLENGE XS MOTOR OIL Products sold through independent jobbers and distributors throughout Oklahoma LOOK FOR THE SIGHS Page 586 TWO FINE Products TRAORD .air an d Qihedc e DAIRIES Norman Oklahoma City Page 587 PURITY ' S FINE BREAD AND BAKERY PRODUCTS We Specialze in Weddng Cakes, Birthday Cakes and All Party Cakes PURITY BAKERY Phone 718 211 E. Main COMPLIMENTS OF JOHNSON DAIRY Fountain Sandwiches Curb Service West Main Road Phone 2882 OKLAHOMA BILTMORE HOTEL Where Courtesy Creates Its Own Welcome H. P. " JOHNNY " JOHNSON, Mgr. Page 588 - u z o. •J S • o u X z E JZ E o 2 O Ik 1- u O) D c tt o A M H 3 9 « ) S z z 1 o 4) • u z 0) F 3 1- o T K- • K • z U z E o X t 2 i Page 589 McRoberts-Lane Drug Co. 12th Detroit TULSA, OKLAHOMA Drugs Drug Sundries Pharmaceuticals Mack ' s Food Market D. A. McDANIEL, Owner FRESH FRUITS • VEGETABLES MEATS • FROZEN FOODS Open Seven Days A Week 600 NORTH PORTER PHONE 626 ' I wan tn slt-ep in one of his classes once — it ' s really quite ;i tt-rrit ing experience. " First Naudnal Bank MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION OFFICERS PHIL C. KIDD President E. H. STUBBEMAN Vice-President CHARLES S. SMITH Vice-President W. D. LAMAR Vice-President T. JACK FOSTER Vice-President GEORGE W. NOLAN Cashier VERNON KUWITZKY . . . Assistant Cashier W. M. CROWNOVER . . . Assistant Cashier E. WHEELER Assistant Cashier NORMAN, OKLAHOMA DIRECTORS Charles S. Smith Chairman Phil C. Kidd V. D. Lamar George W. Nolan John E. Luttrell T. Jack Foster Dr. E. DeBarr E. H. Stubbeman John M. Luttrell Page 590 I Commercial I and Portrait PHOTOGRAPHY ¥ fv Specializing In Portraiture Weddings House Parties Formal Dances Student Activities Fraternity Sorority Groups " OFFICIAL PHOTOGRAPHERS 1950 SOONER YEARBOOK " University Studios 217 West Boyd Phone 2602 Page 591 COMMANDER MILLS, INC. SAND SPRINGS, OKLA. Funeral Directors PHONE 67 Establi.hed Still Serving 1900 1949-50 " A Better Service — the Cost No Higher " BOSS LINDSAY — GEO. JANSING EARL WILLARD DAY AND NIGHT AMBULANCE SERVICE Okay, okay, enough of the preliminaries, Worthal — let ' s get started with your speech. " HARMON CONSTRUCTION CO. General Contractors of New Power Plant - Memorial Stadium Geology Geological Building 1138 N. W. 4th Phone 2-6471 OKLAHOMA CITY, OKLAHOMA Page 592 The Oklahoma Daily Published Daily Except Sundays and Mondays Complete Coverage of . . . • Campus News and Pictures • State and National News • Sports News • The Official University Gazette Serving a Community of More Than 20,000 11.500 Students 2,900 Student Families 739 Faculty Members 1,700 Employees Families Member Associated Press Oklahoma ' s First College Daily Across -from the Memorial Union Page 593 Where to Buy . . . TYDOL GASOLINE VEEDOL MOTOR OILS UNI SERVICE STATION No. 1 Corner Main and University Blvd. NORMAN SERVICE STATION Hwy. 77 and Robinson UNI SERVICE STATION No. 2 Hwy. 77 and Boyd Cr Ma ,ford PALACE GARAGE VAN PICK SUPER SERVICE STATION Crawford and Comanche Phone 36 VEAZEY DRUG CO. 21 CONVENIENT STORES " Yours for Bigger and Better Home Institutions " . . . invites you to meet your friends, and feel at home here when in Oklahoma City. these Profs don ' t take a special interest in va- V one of ' em thinks he ' s the only one yer takin ' a course from. " FRATERNITY AND SORORITY PRINTING • PROGRAMS • MENUS PUBLICATIONS " Good Printing — Best Service " Since 1889 We have been serving Norman and Soonerland for more than 60 years with the best in printing and publication service — and we look ahead to providing a still better service based on a modern, well- equipped plant, larger staff and expanding facilities to keep abreast of Norman ' s growth. THE COMPANY PRINTING STATIONERY OFFICE SUPPLIES Page 594 ARCHITECT ' S DRAWING OF THE PROPOSED UNION BUILDING • CENTER OF STUDENT ACTIVITIES • Operated to Serve the Interests of Students — • — CAFETERIA, FOUNTAIN ROOM AND THE JUG, GAME ROOM, LOUNGES, UNIVERSITY BOOK EXCHANGE, UNION MART, BALLROOM, MEETING ROOMS, WNAD RADIO STATION, LUNCHEON AND DINNER SERVICE, HEADOUARTERS OF THE ALUMNI ASSOCIATION, OFFICES OF MAJOR STUDENT ORGANIZATIONS AND UNION ACTIVITIES OFFICE — — TED M. BEAIRD. Manager HILLYER FREELAND, Ass ' t Mgr. OKLAHOMA MEMORIAL UNION Page 595 j — j " THE HOME OF HOMES " Complete Building and Remodeling Service CHICKASAW LBR. CO, NORMAN, OKLA. • COMPLIMENTS NATIONAL DISINFECTANT CO. Houston DALLAS San Antonio For Every Cleaning Requirement CONGRATULATIONS AND BEST WISHES TO THE 1950 GRADUATES OF THE O. U. SCHOOL OF PHARMACY Let Us Work Together to Keep Pharmacy Up to the Highest Ethical Standards at All Times McKESSON a BOBBINS, INCOBPOBATEO ALEXANDER DRUG DIVISION 11 N. E. 11th STREET OKLAHOMA CITY, OKLA. Page 596 11 « JOHN ZINIC CO. It JOHN ZINK HEAT MAKERS Unit Heaters For: Garages Warehouses Stores Bowling Alleys Lodge Halls Floor Furnaces For: Old or New Homes Gas Burners For: Heating Boilers Industrial Boilers Power Boilers Gasoline Plant Boilers Refinery Stills and Furnaces Treating Furnaces Domestic Furnaces JOHN ZINK COMPANY Plant and Office 4401 SOUTH PEORIA TULSA, OKLAHOMA Page 597 CONGRATULATIONS, SOONERS May Happiness Always Be Yours THE Long-Bell Lumber Co. 227 W. Main Phone 51 or 248 SOONERS We Ai e Happy To Serve You! ELM STREET GROCERY MARKET FREE DELIVERY SERVICE LEE KIDD, Ownsr Phone 4 Norman -And the traveling sale maii said, ' I ' m the dumb so-and- «ho slept in the harn. ' " CONGRATULATIONS, GRADUATES- Drilling Production KERR-McGEE OIL INDUSTRIES INC. KERR-McGEE BUILDING OKLAHOMA CITY OKLAHOMA Exploration Refining Page 598 Page 599 OKLAHOMA ' S MOST DISTINCTIVE FURNITURE STORE Home of Nationally-Known Furni- ture of Quality. Charm and Value 200-206 W. MAIN NORMAN ONLY HAS THE DISTRIBUTOR 7aw p. Mc%e molt, One. TULSA OKLAHOMA CITY ' They ' re all fraternity houses around here- with one exception. " Prescriptions Filled Wi+h Professional Accuracy for Your Protection C Phone 4-7116 URTAIN ' S Prescription Laboratory Corner 6th and Boulder Court Arcade Bidg. TULSA Page 600 BAMA PIES FRESH DAILY WHEN YOU HAVE TRIED THEM ALL FOR BAMA YOU WILL CALL BAMA PIE SHOP 220 SW 29th— Phone 6-6172 Oklahoma City, Okla. M. L. NEWSOM — G. D. NEWSOM Owners C. T. BENSON, Gen. Mgr. ESTABLISHED 1899 WETHERBEE ELECTRIC COMPANY Electrical Engineers and Supplies OKLAHOMA CITY, OKLA. Famous for Young Fashions for 39 Years .... Dresses . Coats Suits . . . Furs Shoes . . Hats Sports Togs and Accessories UARRY KATZ OKLAHOMA CITY Prescriptions . . . Our Specialty The Lindsay Drug Store has always stood for the best in quality and service LINDSAY DRUG STORE JAS. S. DOWNING, Owner 114 E. MAIN PHONE 362 Page 601 COIN ' TO TOWN... The University of Oklahoma is " going to town " in a big way through growth and service . . . so is Semco! B. L. SEMTNER. President SEMCO Color PresSg Inc- LITHOGRAPHERS, PRINTERS, DESIGNERS 129 NW 3rd St. Phone 3-4487 OKLAHOMA CITY I. OKLAHOMA " Dear, I fliinkeil Binldgy aKain. " JOHNSTON MURRAY ' Just Plain Folks " FOR GOVERNOR Page 602 COMPLIMENTS OF DITMARS-DICKMANN-PICKENS CONSTRUCTION COMPANY MUSKOGEE. OKLAHOMA LITTLE ROCK, ARKANSAS S. F. DITMARS JOHN W. BOND JOHN J. DICKMANN JACK PICKENS EVERY INSURANCE FACILITY C. L. FRATES AND CO. OKLAHOMA CITY Phone 2-6301 CLIFFORD FRATES COMPANY Tri-State Insurance Bldg. TULSA, OKLA. Phone 4-1583 20th Century Pickle Chips Bright and Crispy- Sweet and Spicy. Nothing better! If you cannot purchose this in your home town — write us — P.O. Box J. S., Chicago (90) Sexton Page 603 I F.H.A., CONVENTIONAL LOANS Anywhere in Oklahoma W. R. JOHNSTON a CO. Oklahoma City and Tulsa H. S. McCURLEY Norman ' s Jeweler For Over 25 Years O DIAMONDS :: WATCHES GIFTS SILVERWARE CHINA 124 £. Mcin Phone 417 ' It ' s all th ' wav ta back, buddie. ' WELCOME, SOONERS! We Invite You to Visit Your Fr ends w. T. JAMESON I. L. SAYRE Jameson tsf S aure Complete Building Service 125 South Crawford NORMAN Phone 30 Page 604 " The Bank That ' s Friendly 99 IBERTY NAiibNAIi BANK ; OKLAHOMA CITY MEMBER FEOtRAL CE?0S1T INSURANCE CORPOSATION Congratulations COKER - BUTLER PONTIAC Your Pontiac Dealer 800 N. W. 4 OKLAHOMA CITY BUILD OKLAHOMA WITH FRANK P. DOUGLASS Democratic Candidate FOR GOVERNOR OF OKLAHOMA MEMBER OF 1916 GRADUATING CLASS OF O. U. Page 605 PORTRAITS BY CURTIS Leading Photographer for the Discriminating Clientele Oklahoma City Norman 421 Apco Tower 103 N. Peters Phone 38635 Phone 4600 Ladies and gentlemen — the forty-first man just went out of this hall game on ' personal fouls ' ! " rJ-)epend to S afeaiiara -J ealtk . . . WE MANUFACTURE CLEANLINESS NORMAN STEAM LAUNDRY 121 E. Gray Phone 71 CONNIE ' S PRESCRIPTION SHOP, INC. 1209 North Walker Opposite Osier Building 2507 N. W. 23rd Street 23rd and Villa 525 N. W. nth Street Medical Center ' Where Pharmacy s A Profession " Page 606 THE FOX VLIET DRUG CO. " We salute the men and women preparing for a ca- reer in pharmacy. " WICHITA OKLAHOMA CITY PUEBLO ALBUQUERQUE f ie college man ' s shop on the campus • 1 McCo ll ' s { Dampus Shop C. C. COOKE CO. CONTRACTORS Mechanical Sheet Metal Roofing Air Conditioning 512 W. Noble OKLAHOMA CITY EXCLUSIVE DISTRIBUTORS FOR WESTERN OKLAHOMA and Panhandle of Texas — FOR — SOUTH BEND (pjz£jci i xm LATHES FOR METAL WORKING Knuiiie Lallins — Tnoirn,,!!! I.aili,- - -l ii. k haute Gear Lathes — Preiision lien. Ii I.allies—Collel i.atiies — Tur ret Lathes — Lathe Tools atui Attaehinents. Sizes: in.. 10 in., 13 in.. 14 ' ,2 in. and lli in. swinss, v l.eil lenetlis fruni :i ft. to 12 ft. th We Specialize in Welding and Machine Shop EquipnTient and Supplies Hart Industrial Supply Co. 726 W. Grand Ave. OKLAHOMA CITY Pampa, Texas Page 607 McCALL ' S SUPER FOOD MARKET NORMAN ' S LEADING INDEPENDENT GROCERS 301 West Main Street OSCAR McCALL O. T. McCALL CONGRATULATIONS. SOONERS . . . FROM . . . BONNEY ' S WOMEN ' S APPAREL 118 East Main Norman " Exclusive But Not Expensive " POWER TO YOU O. U. We are proud to have par- ticipated in O.U. ' s expansion program by our active role in the construction of the new- Power Plant. Its completicn inspires us to say, " Power to You " ever. MURPHY BOILER PIPING CO. SHAWNEE OKLAHOMA ■|li ilu i.u like the cafeteria •.iwce they started servintJ ' family style ' ? " Cover for the . . . 1950 SOONER Designed and Produced By KINGSPORT PRESS INC. Eingsport, Tenn. Page 608 THE 1950 SOONER Printed and Bound by THE Clio PRESS Yearbook Division of the Economy Advertising Co. IOWA CITY, IOWA alrlteif«j The Oklahoma City Flower Stylists QUALITY FLOWERS DEPENDABLE SERVICE Telephone Your Order With Confidence 301 N. W. 23rd Okla. City 54-8473 COMPLIMENTS TO CLASS 1950 ANCEL EARP ALL KINDS OF INSURANCE (Except Liie) 125 N.W. First OKLAHOMA CITY, OKLAHOMA 3-1308 E. M. RICKMAN CECIL T. ROGERS A SOONER BORN WILLIAM A. BERRY SOONER BRED Democrat for CONGRESS 5th District JYour Active Support Appreciated Paid for by William A. Berry for Congress Club SPUDNUTS See ' em Made Buy ' em Hot! And buy ' em by the sack! America ' s Finest Food Confection CAMPUS SPUDNUT SHOP Next Door to Post Office CONGRATULATIONS, GRADUATES EMPLOYMENT SERVICE Hal°- B ' da. 2-951 f c noiir p.T onal need: be our repon ibi ' it ' j INCOME AND INFLUENCE You want a sound career, with work that is permanent, congenial and profitable. Life Insurance may offer you a surpassing opportunity NOW! CONSULT WITH J. HAWLEY WILSON, C.L.U. General Agent and Associates Massachusetts Mutual Life Insurance Co. 1240 First National Building Phone 3-1456 OKLAHOMA CITY, OKLA. Page 609 Train For A Great Era Education is essential to American leadership in peacetime just as it was a dominant factor in winning the war. The University of Oklahoma, along with other great Ameri- can institutions, synchronized its facilities to war needs during the emergency. Now REFORD BOND, CHAfflMAN Corporation Commission McCLURE ' S CONCESSION, INC. ]. E. McClure J. E. Laughlin Oklahoma City BAKER on. TOOLS CO. 45 N. E. 27th 58-4445 Oklahoma City KRAFT FOODS CO. Oklahoma City BECKER ROOFING CO. 15 West Reno 2-1925 WYLIE BROS. METAL PRODUCTS 1840 W. Reno 7-7624 Oklahoma City WESTERN STATES CONSTRUCTION CO. Hugh D. Kelly Harvey D. Power 1 142 S. E. 29th Oklahoma City DR. E. F. WEBBER HOME FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION 1101 Perrine Bldg. Okla. City CRESCENT MARKET Fine Food Plaza Court 2-5121 WARR-CASTON LUMBER CO. 4412 N. Western 58-6391 Oklahoma City Page 610 SOUTHWEST RADIO AND EQUIPMENT CO. Philco Distributors 3 N. E. 8th Oklahoma City GREEN HEAD SUPPLY CO. 903 S. E. 29th 6-1525 Oklahoma City CONCHO CONSTRUCTION CO. N. W. 44th and Portland 9-3440 Oklahoma City CHILDREN ' S TOGGERY SHOP McClennan and Heeg 121 N. Robinson Oklahoma City VIRGIL L. STOKES Director State Department Public Welfare WOLFE PLUMBING HEATING CO. 413 N. W. 3rd 5-2106 Oklahoma City I. H. ROBERTSON SONS We Buy, Sell, Trade Capitol Hill Property — Acreages 2609 S. Harvey 6-4488 Oklahoma City CRANE CO. Valves — Fittings — Pipes Plumbing — Heating — Pumps 705 W. Main Oklahoma City BIG FOUR ICE COLD STORAGE 822 S. Walker 3-4444 Oklahoma City SCOVIL SUBLET 20 N. E. 27th 5-3508 Oklahoma City COFFEEN OLDSMOBILE CO. 901 N. Broadway 3-8373 DENVER N. DAVIDSON Justice of State Supreme Court W. J. HOLLOWAY Former Governor of Oklahoma CAPITOL OUTDOOR ADVERTISING SERVICE AMERICAN ELECTRIC IGNITION CO. 124 N. W. 8th 3-6494 Oklahoma City B M CONSTRUCTION CORP. Pipeline Construction Petroleum Bldg. Okla. City C. W. KENNETH SCWOERKE Oklahoma City MAC Q. WILLIAMSON State Attorney General CLOUSE STONE SHOE CO. Home of Florsheim Shoes 201 W. Main Oklahoma City GUY H. JAMES CONST. CO. First Natl. Bldg. 7-6846 Oklahoma City THE lONES CO., INC. E. W. " jack " Jones Restaurant Supply Jobbers 7th at Hudson 3-1549 In A Greater America it offers you the finest training to serve America in peacetime. Your success — your service to your country — will be enhanced by proper training. Train for a great era in a Greater America! OKLAHOMA PAPER CO. 301 East Cali{ornia Oklahoma City DENNIS DONUT SHOP 2710 N. W. 10th Oklahoma City SAFEWAY CLEANERS Service That Counts 2801 N. W. 12th 5-0222 H. L. PARISH CO. First National Bldg. Oklahoma City CRAGIN SMITH Oklahoma County Assessor E. B. TREADWELL Home Builder — Realtor 512 First Natl. Budg. Okla. City AMERICAN STATE BANK Midwest City, Okla. PACIFIC MUTUAL LIFE INS. CO. Phone 79-2626 Petroleum Bldg. Oklahoma City JUSTICE JOHN E. LUTTRELL State Supreme Court GENERAL DYE WORKS 615 N.Walker 3-0 RADIO SUPPLY, INC. Manufacturers of Sound Equipment Joe Barnett, Manager 724 N. Hudson UMPHREY LUMBER SALES Insurance Bldg. 2-1516 Oklahoma City TOLAND REEVES Casing Pulling Contractors 1245 S. E. 29th Oklahoma City GENERAL MILLS Oklahoma City Your Food Dollar Goes Farther at THE IGA STORE DR. WM. VERNON DAVIS Oklahoma City DR. PEPPER BOTTLING CO. 121 W. Noble 7-86 Oklahoma City HARTER MARBLECRETE STONE CO. 14 W. Main Oklahoma City E. S. BILLINGTON LBR. CO. 1418 N. E. 23rd 54-8428 Oklahoma City PAUL NAGLE WELL SERVICE 3-3409 28th and Katy Tracks 5-2334 Oklahoma City CHAPMAN PIPE and SUPPLY CO. 1128S. E. 29th 6-1615 Oklahoma City UNIT PARTS COMPANY . 117 N. Robinson 7-6658 Oklahoma City LAYTON CONSTRUCTION CO. Braniff Bldg. 2-1692 Oklahoma City GUM-BREEDING AGENCY First National Bldg. 3-0421 CRYSTAL CLEANERS DYERS C. E. Runkle, Owner 720 Culbertscn Dr. 4-4411 ALLIS CHALMERS MFG. CO. Oklahoma City Branch 901 W. Grand 79-2568 SUPERIOR NEON CO. Tom Hopkins, Owner 2515 N. Oklahoma 58-5515 Oklahoma City H. H. SUPPLY CO. 1211 S. E. 29th Street Phone 6-1575 Oklahoma City HAHN ' S FUNERAL HOME Ambulance Service 19 N. W. 10th 3-1432 SCRIVENER-STEVENS CO. Wholesale Grocers 120-136 E. Washington 3-4461 MULLMAN BROS. Groceries and Meats 712 N. Walnut 7-8925 ARDIE OIL and GAS CO. First National Bldg. Oklahoma City M. A. SWATEK CO. Hightower Bldg. 2-0516 Oklahoma City Page 611 CAMPUS CONOCO I. J. ROBERTS Conveniently Located at Webster Apache Phone 3720 — Norman DEE ' S Phone 1953 333 W. Boyd ABE MARTIN Mobilgas — Mobiloil 24 Hour Service Phone 471 Phone 2313 .NORMAN HILL SHIPE SHOE STORE 122 E. Main NORMAN FURNITURE EXCHANGE New and Used Furniture Stoves — Mattresses — Lamps Ph. 136 113-115 S. Peters NORMAN HARDWARE COMPANY " If It ' s Hardware You Want, See Us " Ph. 188 228 E. Main ,, Catering to the Planning of aji Special Occasions FLORAL SERVICE Telephone 347 335 West Boyd NORMAN, OKLAHOMA •? ' .d JACK PACE AGENCY Real Estate — Loans — - Insurance Ph. 665 or 666 227 E. Gray Prompt — Dependable ALLARD CLEANERS ERNEST ALLARD Cleaning — Pressing — Dyeing Ph. 230 305 E. Main t AUTY WORKMANSHIP CLEANER. S " We Strive To Please " 18 W. Main Ph. 412 UNIVERSITY GROCERY Groceries and Meats Frozen and Fresh Fruits and Vegetables Serving Sooner City and Niemann Apts. N. W. Corner of Prefab Area Phone 2552 lAKE GIBSON, Mgr. RITE WAY I. G. A. SUPER MARKET 310 E. Main John Morrison PALACE GARAGE Wrecker Service Auto Parts, Repairing and Accessories Ph. 19 302 E. Main FLOYD EOFF MOTOR CO. Chrysler and Plymouth GULP MUSIC COMPANY Pianos — Radios — Records 109 E. Main Ph. 191 For Motoring Satisfaction Bring Your Car to SOONER CHEVROLET CO. Q Highwcry 77 330 E. Comanche Phone 21 Page 612 GREETS O. U. BRINKLEY FURNITURE 109 E. Main Phcne 2793 HAL MULDROW, Jr. Insurance Security Natl. Bank Bldg. — Phone 586 " Just 40 Steps from the Corner " THE SOONER DRUG Conrad Marr, Owners WILSON ELECTRIC SERVICE Sales — Service Ranges — Radios — Irons — Fans Refrigerators — Toasters — Mixers If It Can Be Had — We Have It 319 White Street Ph. 559 KEY DURKEE Magnolia Wholesale Distributor 422 S. Porter Phone 1650 VOGUE CLEANERS Featuring Cash and Carry Service 317 White St. Norman 1 CLARE CLEANERS Phone 48 750 Asp Norman KIRK AND SON Feed and Seed 115 E. Comanche Phone 422 1 CARL H. CHASTAIN STANDARD DISTRIBUTOR Patronize Your Nearest Standard Dealer Phone 709 Norman, Okla. HERMAN BURKS STANDARD SERVICE STATION 24 Hour Service 01 Scuth Porter — Phone 4166 MORGENSEN LUMBER CO. 3800 N. May Phone 9-3341 Oklahoma City CAPITOL COMPRESSED STEEL CO. 140 W. Choctaw 2-2537 Compressing Plant 900 S. Robinson 2-8945 GRIFFIN GROCERY CO. You Will Like Polar Bear Coffee B AND H PASSMORE now. Reno 2-7456 RAYMOND A. TOLBERT Oklahoma City 1 METROPOLITAN PAVING CO., Inc. Manufacturers and Shippers of Asphaltic Concrete S. W. Indiana and Rock Island Tracks Oklahoma City Page 613 VAN DYKE FUR CO. Main at Hudson Exclusive Furriers Since 1900 OKLAHOMA FURNITURE MANUFACTURING CO. OKLAHOMA CITY JOHNSTON JOHNSTON OIL CO. 2409 1st Natl. Bldg. Oklahoma City DENISON MOTOR CO. Dodge-Plymouth Sales and Service DODGE TRUCKS 517 N. Robinson Oklahoma City 3-1461 BEVERLY OSBORNE Invites You to Beverly ' s Drive Inn — 2429 N. Lincoln Beverly ' s Grill — 209 W. Grand Beverly ' s Grid Iron— 1207 N. Walker GEORGE A. HALES 1208 Hales Bldg OKLAHOMA CITY BOULEVARD CAFETERIA Across from Plaza Court Oklahoma City ' s Largest and Finest 2 Lines — Serving Delicious Food GARLAND ARRINGTON, Owner 1 1 1 1 Classen Phone 7-0242 AMERICAN IRON MACHINE WORKS CO. 518 N. Indiana Oklahoma City W. S. KEY Oil Properties 3rd at Harvey 7-3388 OKLAHOMA CITY HIRSCH-SWAN CORP. Carrier Air Conditioning OKLAHOMA CITY JOHN CONNER State Treasurer SOONER SELECT FINE FOOD " A Sooner Selection Makes The Meal " SEISMOGRAPH SERVICE CORP. Kennedy Building Tulsa SECURITY FEDERAL SAVINGS LOAN ASSN. 5 N. Robinson 3-6408 OKLAHOMA CITY DICKERSON DE WEES SUPER SERVICE PHILLIPS 66 PRODUCTS lOth and Harvey 3-9527 OKLAHOMA CITY. OKLAHOMA BLAKENEY INS. AGENCY Why Take Unnecessary Risks? Let Us Assume Them For You 615 Mercantile Bldg. 3-9335 Page 614 BOREN DRUG STORE Located at 3636 N. Western Prescriptions Carefully Compounded Two Graduate Pharnnacists on Duty at All Tinnes Oklahoma City 54-2231 CHARLES MORRIS State Examiner and Inspector FRED JONES Ford Dealer 200 S. Harvey Oklahoma City HOTEL PARK-O-TEL America ' s Finest Tourist and Commercial Hotel Coffee Shop and Grill — Free Garage North of State Capitol Hwys. 66 and 77 BOND LITHOGRAPHING PRINTING CO. 418 N. W. 3rd — 2-2224 EUCLID H. ALEXANDER Fres.-Mqr. 1 ACME OIL TOOL COMPANY 1001 S. E. 29th 6-1556 VINSONITE SALES CO. PAVING ASPHALTS OKLAHOMA CITY CITIES SERVICE OIL CO. Dealers and Distributors CITIES SERVICE PRODUCTS Gasoline — Oils — Greases Acme Tires Phone 79-9719 32 W. Grand and 4 S. Broadway ESTABLISHED 28 YEARS BROADWAY PAWN SHOP Licensed and Bonded Lowest Prices on Unredeemed Diamonds, Watches Luggage, Clothing and Sporting Goods We Carry a Complete Line ot Fur Coats Money Loaned on Everything of Value TOLAND REEVES Casing Pulling Contractors 1245 S. E. 29th Oklahoma City OZMUN AND COMPANY Sooner Selected Food Products OKLAHOMA CITY LAWTON B. C. CLARK Oklahoma ' s Oldest Jeweler 113 N. Harvey Oklahoma City OLIVER HODGE State Board of Education EARL FOSTER ' 12 B. A., ' 13 Law 2016 1st Natl. BIdg. Oklahoma City VICKERS PETROLEUM CO. Apco Tower Oklahoma City A E EQUIPMENT CO. Artists ' and Engineering Supplies 121 N. W. 3rd Oklahoma City Page 615 Acme Gold Leaf Potato Chip Co 568 Aiideison-Prichard Oil Corp 586 Anthony ' s, C. R., Co 571 Balliet ' s 573 Kama Pie Shop 601 Batten ' s 60 ) William A. Berry 60 Bishop ' s Restaurants 580 Bonney ' s Women Apparel 60 S Borden ' s 574 Brown ' s College Corner 569 Builders Construction Co 582 Campus Pharmacy 604 Campus Spudnut Shop 60 Carpenter Paper Co 572 Chickasaw Lumber Co. 596 Coca-Cola Bottling Co 581 Coker-Butler Pontine 605 Commander Mills, Inc. 592 Commercial Kmployment Service .... 609 Connie ' s Presciiption Shop, Inc. .... 60(i Cooke, C. C, Co 607 Curtain ' s Prescription Laboratory .... 600 Curtis Studios 606 Ditmars-Dickmaiui- Pickens Co 603 Douglass, Frank P 605 Earp, Ancel, Col 609 Economy .Advertising Co 609 Elm Street Grocery and Market .... 598 First National Bank SQO Fischer ' s 582 Fox-Vliet Drug Co 607 Frates, C. L., Co 603 Froug ' s Department Store 80 (larner ' s Men ' s Shop 570 Gilliam Prescription Shop S80 Gilt Edge Dairies S87 Hales-Mullaly Co SH4 Harmon Construction Co S92 Hart Industrial Supply Co 607 Hughes Tool Co SS3 Jameson Sayre Lumber Co )()4 Johnson Dairy SS8 Johnston, W. R., Co f)04 Katz, Harry, Inc ()01 Kerr-McGee Oil Industries 598 Kerr ' s 57 S Kingsport Press, Inc f)08 1-andsaw Furiuture Co. f)00 Liberty National Bank dO ' Lindsa. ' Drug Store (lOI Page 616 Long-Bell Lumber Co. . . 598 Mack ' s Food Market . . . 590 Manhattan Construction Co. . 589 Massachusetts Alutua l Lite Ins. Co. . 609 Master ' s Transfer Storage . 582 Meadow Gold Milk . . . 588 Me er Meyer . 592 Monrone ' s Furniture Co. . . 584 Miirph) Boiler Piping Co. . 608 Murra . Johnston . . 602 McCall ' s Campus Shop . 607 McCall ' s Super Food Market . 608 McCurley, H. S., Jewelry . . 604 McDermott, Tom P.. Inc. . . 600 McDuft " , Fred .... . 599 McKesson iS; Robbins. Inc. . . 596 McRoberts Lane Drug Co. . . 590 National Disinfectant Co. . 596 National Tank Compan 578 Norman Steam Laundry 606 Oklahoma Biltmore Hotel . 588 Oklahoma Dail 593 (Oklahoma IMemorial L nion 595 Oklahoma National Bank 586 Oklahoma Natural (las 568 Oklahoma Theatre . 570 Oklahoma Tile Co. 580 Purit ' Baker .... 588 Robberson Steel Co. 585 Rosenthal ' s, Al . 577 Security National Bank 574 Self Ser e Drug 586 Semco Color Press, inc. 602 Sexton, John, Co. 603 Smith. Russell, Studio . 572 Sooner Baker .... 584 Southwestern Engra ing Co. 632 Steffen ' s Ice Cream 579 S ift ' s Ice Cream 572 Transcript Co. 594 Tulsa World and Tribune . 576 I iu ' eisit Hook l ' cliang - . 566 I ni ersiry C " ieaner 567 l ' tu ersity Stuiiio . . . . S9! ' an Pick Super Ser ice Station . 594 ' ;iisir Book Siiop . . . . 578 ' c.i. ' c Drug Ci) 594 ' ideo Theatres . . . . 576 Wetiierbee Electric Co. . 601 Zink, John, Co 597 A. I. Ch. E., 343 A. I. E. E., 342 A. S. C. E.. 344 A. S. M. E., 345 A. W. S., 100 Acacia, 476, 477 Accounting Club, 352 Achievement Da , 56 Alpha Chi Omega, 448, 449 Alpha Chi Sigma, 353 Alpha Delta Pi, 450. 45 ! Alpha Delta Sigma, 354 Alpha Epsiloii Delta, 3S4 Alpha Epsilon Rho, 386 Alpha (lamma Delta, 452, 453 Alpha Phi, 454, 4S5 Alpha Phi Omega, 35:i Alpha Sigma Phi, 478, 47Q Alpha Xi Delta, 456, 457 American Institute of Architects, 382 American Legion, 96, 9 Army Air Force Section, 216-222 Army Section, 199-216 Association of General Engineers, 381 Athletic Council, 404 Athletic Section, 397-432 B R. O. Q., 528 Beauty Letter, 320 Beauty Section, 298-313 Beta theta Pi, 482, 483 Board of Regents, 39 c Campus Personalities, 292-297 Chi Omega, 458, 459 Class Section — See Personal Index Cleveland House, 529 Colonial House, 530 Covered ff ' tiffo?i. 328, 329 D Davis House, 548 Deans, 44-47 Delta Chi, 484, 485 Delta Delta Delta, 460, 461 Delta Gamma, 462, 463 Delta Phi Delta, 381 Delta Sigma Pi, 390 Delta Tau Delta, 486, 487 Delta Theta Phi, 196 Delta Upsilon, 488, 489 Drugstore Cowboys, 378 E Economics Club, The, 390 Engineer ' s Club, 338, 339 Eta Kappa Xu, 392 F Faculty Section, 58-94 Feature Section, 273-291 Forbes House, 549 Franklin House, 531 Future Teachers of America, 389 G Galen, 378 Gamma Alpha Chi, 387 Gamma Phi Beta, 464, 465 General Administration, 48, 49 Gifts, 53 H Hamill House, 550 Herrick House, 551 Hestia, 385 Hillel Foundation, 380 Holman House, 552 Honorary Cadet Colonel, 213 Housing Section, 528-564 Hume House, 553 I I. A. S., 382 I. M. A., 526, 527 I. W. A., 538, 539 Industrial Arts Club, 356 Inter-Fraternity Council, 474, 475 International Club, 357 International House, 532 Intramuial Section, 433-440 _I Jordan House, 554 Journalism Press, Inc., 330, 331 funior Inter- Fraternity Council, 359 Junior Pan-Hellenic Coiuicil, 358 Junior La y Class, 194 K Kappa Alpha, 490, 491 Kappa Alpha Theta, 466, 467 Kappa Delta Rho, 492, 493 Kappa Kappa (jamma, 468, 469 Kappa Phi, 388 Kappa Psi, 379 Kappa Sigma, 494, 495 Kingfisher House, 533 Kirk House, 555 L Lambda Chi Alpha, 496, 497 Lambda Kappa Sigma, 380 Lambda Tau, 384 Law School, 187-198 Lawson House, 556 Lincoln House, 534 Logan House, 540, 541 M Marketing Club, 360 Medical Section, 229-260 Mortar Board, 361 Mu Phi Epsilon, 362 Music Section, 54, 55 Mc McCurtain House, 557 McSpaddcn House, 558 N xNavy Section, 22i-22S Neill, 559 Newman Club, 386 Newman House, 544 Nur,ses ' School, 261-268 o Oikonomia, 385 Oklahoma Daily. 326, 327 Oliver, 560 O. U. Ph. A., 374, 375 " O " Club, 364, 365 P Pan-Hellenic Council, 446, 447 Parker, 561 P. E. Club, 346 Pe-et, 363 Pershing Rifles, 216 Pharmacy, Miss, 377 Phi Alpha Delta, 197 Phi Delta Chi, 376 Phi Delta Phi, 195 Phi Delta Theta, 498, 499 Phi Eta Sigma, 366 Phi (iamma Delta, 500, 501 Phi Kappa Psi. 502, 503 Phi Kappa Sigma, 504, 505 Phi .Mu Alpha, . 67 Pi Beta Phi, 470, 471 Pick and Hammer, 351 Pi Epsilon Tau, 340, 341 Pi Kappa Alpha, 506, 507 Pi Lambda Phi, 508, 509 Pi Mu Epsilon, 368 Pi Tau Sigma, 347 Pi Zeta Kappa, 391 President ' s Message, 40 President ' s Staff, 42, 43 Publications Board, 322, 323 P eatte House, 564 R Ramblers Orchestra, 369 Rho Chi, 379 Robertson and Hester, 542, 543 Ruf-Neks, 370 s S. A. E., 383 Sager House, 562 Sanger House, 563 Scabbard and Blade, 214, 215 School of Medicine, 229-260 Senior Law Class, 192, 193 Sequoyah House, 535 Sigma Alpha Epsilon, 510, 511 Sigma Alpha Iota, 371 Sigma Alpha Mu, 512, 513 Sigma Chi, 514, 515 Sigma Delta Chi, 387 Sigma Delta Tau, 472, 473 Sigma (lamma Epsilon, 372 Sigma Nu, 516, 517 Sigma Phi Epsilon, 518, 519 Sigma Pi Sigma, 392 Sigma Tau, 348 Sigma Theta Epsilon, 389 Society Section, 314-319 Society of Geological Engineers, 349 Sooner Alat azine. 334, 335 Sooner Shamrock , 332, 333 SooxER " earbook, 324, 325 Special Administration, 52 State Regents for Higher Educa- tion, 38 Student Bar Association, 198 Student Senate, 99 Student Services, 0. 51 T Tau Beta Pi, 350 Tau ( )mega, 383 Theta Kappa Phi, 520, 52 1 Theta Sigma Phi, 388 Theta Xi, 522, 523 u U. A. B., 98 V ' arsit Club (Orchestra, 373 w AVesIey Foundation, 391 Whitehand House, 536 Vomen ' s Recreational Associa- tion, 437-440 AVorcestcr House. 537 Y Y. V. C. A. and . M. C. A., 101 Page 617 PliSiiillilEI Abbott, Joanne S., 171 Abbott, Lowell V., 147 Abbott, Patte, 144, 461 Abbott, Susanne, 155, 465 Abels, Melvyn D., 178, 509 Abernathy, jo Ann, 184 Abernathv, Marilvn, 111 Abernathy, Mrs. V. B., 499 Ablah, CJeorge M., 188 Ablard, Charles D., 167 Abright, Joseph H., 185, 481 Acers, Robert A., 170, 487 Ackman, Fredric C, 163 Adams, Herbert C, Jr., 143, 495 Adams, H. Travis, 127 Adams, Jess M., 149 Adams, Kenneth M., IDS Adams, Kenneth W., 121 Adams, L. L., 546 Adams, Norma Lois, 110, 465 Adams, Robert J., 132 Adcock, Fred H., Jr., 126 Addison, Bill, 183, 505 Addv, Charles L., 176 Adcis, Morton J., 177, 509 Adkins, Charles E., 128, 519 Adkins, Jovce C, 185 Adkisson, Ralph R., 154, 511 Adwan, Alex K., 108 Agan, Shirley, 168, 461 Aikman, Ellaine R., 185 Aikman, Robert E., 171, 501 Akard, Donald E., 155, 497 Aker, Craham W., 154 Akers, Paul H., 147 Akins, Dwight L., 126 Akmal, Mohammed G., 104 Albin, Julia M., 104 Alcorn, John S., 110 Alden, Richard C, 178, 479 Alexander, Delia M., 170, 465 Alexander, Gloria S., 161, 459 Alexander, Leon, 188, 509 Alexander, Lindsav Lee, 154, 511 Alexander, Norman D., 162 Alfrey, Robert J., 127 Allen " , Abraham, 126, 509 Allen, Garner ' ., 144 Allen, James D., 176 Allen, Joseph N., Jr., 179, 499 Allen, Mrs. J. W., 487 Allen, Leland E., 107 Allen, Marv Lou, 142, 459 Allen, Roger D., 188, 501 Allen, Rov M., 188, 511 Allen, Rov R., 139 Allensworth, Roscoc, 116 Alletag, Rov ( ' ., 147 Allev, Billv |., 156, 505 AlUv, Tom J., 183, 483 Allford, |. A., 152, 487 Allford, Jcrrv Bob, 180, 487 Allmaii, Daisv A., 129 Allman, Howard C, 188 Allman, Marjorie C, 167 Allman, Phillip II., Jr., 133 Allvn, Robert M., 148 Almond, Roy H., 147 Almquist, Karl W., 169, 491 Ambrister, Eddie, 157, 511 Ambrister, Sabiiui E., 167, 471 Ambrose, James O., 122, 485 Ambrose, Thomas N., 122, 481 Amend, Bill D., 178, 47V Amin, Ramon D., 1 10 Aven, Alex P., 159 Ammann, Boh (J., 151, 523 Ammann, Charles H., 115 . mundson. Earl, 173, 501 .■ ndcrson, Don D., 184, 487 Anderson, Earl B., 154 Anderson, Frank G., 157, 489 Anderson, CJayle, 51 Anderson, CJunnar V., 179, 495 Anderson, John F., 107 Anderson, John R., 123, 487 Anderson, Nita C, 154 Anderson, Robert C, 151, 491 Anderson, Robert D., 160, 487 Anderson, Robert H., 133 Anderson, ' irginia L., 154 Anderson, William M., 153 Andres, Paul A., 142, 483 Andrcskowski, Joanna R., 163, 461 .Andress, Bill O., 16S Andrews, James R., 104, 481 Andrews, Robert P., 170, 497 Andrews, Ruthie E., 149, 467 .Andrews, Warren E., 178, 485 .Andrewski, Gene, 139, 497 Angel, Jack F., 155 Angellv, Charles M., 112, 214 Ansel, Carol J., 178, 465 Anslev, William D., 132 Anthis, Ann C, 159, 471 Aotani, Edward R., 160 Appel, Ernest, 129, 509 .Apple, Bill C., 176 Arbuse, Samuel H., 152, 513 Archer, Duane L., 149 Argn, James H., 185, 505 Armor, Bill, 180, 483 .Armour, Charles, 1S2, 501 Armstrong, Elma L., 151 Armstrong, Jack N., 141 .Armstrong, Jodene L., 124 .Armstrong, Lonzo P., 129, 495 .Armstrong, Paul E., Jr., 174 .Armstrong, Tom K., 174 Armstrong, William C., Jr., 156, 497 .Arnett, Milton P., 177 Arnold, Edward D., 174 .Arnold, James E., 173, 501 .Arnold, James R., 149 Arnold, Marcia L., 127, 485 .Arnold, Roland K., 188, 505 .Arnold, Ruth, 49 Arnold, Thomas E., 134, 485 Asfahl, Martha C, 169 Ashlev, Cieorge ( ' ., 163 Ashlev, Rav E., 108 Ashlev, Ruth A., 151 Ashlev, Sidney E., 164 Askew, Carl H., Jr., 147 Atha, Dclora M., 159, 465 .Atherton, Rav C, 158, 507 Atkins, Clinton, 185 .Atkins, Don, 156, 501 .Atkinson, B. Gwen, 162, 449 Atkinson, V ' alter E., 149, 489 .Atkisson, Robert M., 121, 479 .Atteburv, Sam L., 169, 511 .Atteburv, William H., 152, 499 .Aubrcv, Clarence I.., 152, 489 .Aughtrv, Bill, 165, 483 .Auld, Stuart D., 170, 489 .Ault, Beth, I6S, 449 Austen, Robert D., 183 Austin, Dan M., 158 .Austin, James E., 132 .Austin, John D., 133 Austin, Ruth, 163 .Averv, Aiui, 179, 471 .Await, Louis ( " ., 156 .Axelrod, Lawrence J., 142, 513 .Avers, John D., Jr., 106 B Babers, Bettve -A., 131 Babin, Cleveland V., 108 Baca, Michael, 181, 519 Bachrach, Richard M., 141, 513 Back, C. .A., Jr., 188 Baer, Jack, 402 Baggett, Terence L, 162 Baglev, James W., Jr., 150 Bahr, Julien, 109, 515 Bailev, A. Stanley, 160, 477 Bailey, Bill, 130, 515 Bailey, Clarice Jean, 185 I3ailev, Edna Jeanne, 108 Bailev, Harrell R., 160, 479 Bailev, Robert A., 154 Bailev, Robert C, 179, 499 Bailev, Stuart C, 185, 499 Bainbridge, Rcjbert L., 171, 495 Baird, Betty J., 171 Baird, Cieorgia L., 161 Baker, Cvnthalice ()., 180, 459 Baker, Dick R., 185 Baker, Fred W., 185, 517 Baker, Harriet .A., 150 Baker, James R., 110 Baker, Jennings D., 129 Baker, John L., 153, 507 Baker, Linus T., Jr., 129, 491 Baker, Loren V., 161, 483 Baker, Marv W., 141 Baker, Mitchell R., 127 Baker, Richard C, 159, 483 Baker, Richard F., 184, 511 Baker, Robert H., 159 Baker, Thomas E., 188 Baker, William D., 151, 505 Baker, William H., 128, 497 Baker, Wilma J., 139, 541 Balboni, Robert T., 149 Baldwin, Ehvood L., 103 Baldwin, Svbil L., 127, 465 Bale, Charlotte, 157, 455 Ball, Mrs. Howard, 519 Ballard, Alice L., 134 Ballard, Carrol, 183, 501 Ballard, Clvde M., 125 Ballard, H., Wavne, 112 Ballard, James ( ' )., 106 Ballard, Jerie J., 157, 451 Ballew, Thomas J., 166, 477 Ballinger, (icneva, 159 Balmain, Leslie IL, 165, 493 Banes, Keimeth L., 172, 501 Banta, James L., 149 Barbee, " llarrv W., Jr., 147 Barber, Dick, 184, 501 Barber, llarvev C, 111 Barbour, Edward, 103, 501 Harbour, Robert W., 154, 515 Barbour, Tom, 109, 499 Barbv, Hoardman, 169, 477 Barfield, Oliver K., 171, 511 Barker, David L., 132 Barker, Harris R., 181 Barklev, George IL, 179 Barnes, James F., 159 Barnes, Robert N., 148 Barnett, Ernest M., 156 Barnev, Jack A., 177, 511 Barnwell, |. Forrest, 180, 483 Barr, Robert W., Ill Barrett, Carolvn S., 185, 451 Barrett, Neal P., 169, 491 Barrick, Barbara .A., 180, 455 Barrv, Ed., 123 Barrv, Jack G., 139, 511 Barr , John K., 188, 511 Bartels, Duane R., 119 Bartleson, .Marv, 171, 467 Bartgis, CJuv C, 177 Bartolome, Felipe, 118 Barton, Cecil H., 132 Barton, Gerald G., 184 Barton, Nelda N., 124 Barton, Ronald F., Jr., 181, 485 Barton, W. Clvde, 177 Basinger, -Al, 170, 481 Easier, Eddie, Jr., 106 Basore, Ellen, 143 Basore, Robert R., 114 Bass, May Del, 104 Bateman, Jerrv W., 144, 523 Bass, William .A., Jr., 106 Bassett, Harold F., 151, 479 Baswell, William P., Jr., 172 Bateman, Nita, 179, 469 Bateman, William E., 159 Bates, Charles J., 106 Battley, Edwin H., 104 Bauer, Bernct J., 106 Bauer. Neil K., 108 Bauer, Rov .Allen, 159 Baughman, Robert P., 179, 495 Baughman, Sue .Ann, 186, 471 Baughman, T. Minton, 164 Baum, William E., 154, 479 Baxter, James W., 149 Bavless, Louise C, 163 Beach, Bob, 169, 479 Beach, Charles L., 162, 481 Beaird, Barbara .A., 171, 469 Heard, Tom E., 143 Beard, William M., 146, 511 Beatv, Oad L., 152, 463 Beaty, Robert S., 117 Beauchamp, Houston, 136, 477 Beaver, Kenneth W., 108, 477 Beavers, Beth C, 136 Beavers, Richard M., 147 Beavers, Teddy D., 135 Bebb, Alice .Ann, 172, 463 Becker, Bernard, 166, 513 Becker, Beth, 173 Beckman, Julia .A., 171, 471 Beckman, William E., 162, 501 Beemer, Dolores L, 108 Been, Buren, 108 Beiland, Patricia L., 166 Belcher, Page H., 188, 519 Belcher, Willie E., 108 Belden, Joan, 163 Bell, Aldon D., 150 Bell, Donald R., 171. 505 Bell, Franklin E., 181 Bell, Julia J., 183 Bell, Marjorie E., 176, 471 Bell, Rosetta, 151 Bellamv. Eleanor, 138, 459 Bellatti, Marv Louise, 123, 457 Bellet, Martin S., 143, 509 Bemis, Marilvn, 172, 469 Benedum, T. R., 39 Bennett, Billy R., 179 Bennett, Clerccne, 163, 473 Beiuutt, James K., 117 Bennett, William G., 147, 491 Benning, Martha .Ann, 185, 459 Bercutt, erlea, l(w, 47 3 Berger, Maurice .A., 162, 493 Bergman, Samuel R., 182, 513 Bernard, Howard J., 164 Bernev, Robert E., 144, 491 Bernstein, Kleanore, 121, 473 Berrv, Carolvn, 166 Berrv, llenrv J., 178, 509 Berrv, Howard K., 181. 517 Berr , John D., 188 Page 618 Berrv, Robert L., 135 Berson, Lionel 1 ., 154, 509 Beslv, Helen Frances, 188 Best, John B., Jr., 124, 499 Best, Robert C, 126 Bettes, Melvin E., 176 Beveridge, Richard C. 144, 491 Bevers, Bill, 166, 481 Bevers, Wallace L., 146 Bickford, John B., 102, 515 Bierman, John B., 123 Biespiel, Steve E., 167, 513 Biggerstaff, Charles R., 129 Biggert, Anna Lou, 143 Biggins, Kenneth L., 161, 477 Biggs, Ravmond E., 172 Biggs, Roiiert H., 142, 499 Bigham, James R., 146 Bigharn, June M., 112 Bigler, Clair F., 114 Bilgic, Izzet, 147 Billings, James J., 102 Billingslev, James C, |r., 151, 477 Billingslev, Joanne, 155, 467 Bingham, ' Robert L., 166, 485 Binklev, Bettv N., 173 Binklev, lames E., 178, 481 Birbilis, Connie D., 184 Birchum, Donald G., 179, 499 Bishop, John E., 139 Bittman, Don E., 156, 481 Bittman, Richard H., 140, 511 Bivins, Jean, 168, 459 Bivona, Robert C, 125 Bizal, Charles W., 147 Black, Dorothv S., 173 Black, Garth W., 156 Black, Margaret C, 166 Black, Ruth, 157 Blackburn, Charles L., 163, 501 Blackburn, Clarence H., 125 Blackstock, Robert W., 188 Blackwelder, Paula C, 186 Blackwell, Bill T., 174 Blackwell, Frank R., 179, 479 Blaine, Kent, 181, 505 Blair, Walter S., 166, 489 Blaisdell, R.ibert G., 108 Blake, Joel H., 178,489 Blakcburn, Robert W., 143 Blakcly, Thurston A., 161, 505 Blancett, Kenneth S., 163 Bland, Robert E., 121, 477 Blankcnship, Burnest E., Ill Blankenship, Charles L., 182, 507 Blankenship, George T., 145, 517 Blanks, C. 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Bill B., 188, 517 Chappell, William M., 150 Charncv, Harold, 183, 513 Chase, Beverly A., 177, 455 Chase, Edward L., 156 Chatham, Rov E., 163 Cheadle, Dr. John B., 43 Chernow, Melvin, 106 Chestnut, Pat, 171, 469 Chisholm, John A., 160 Chisholm, Leo R., 161 Chow, Fannie, 151 Christian, Horace R., 106 Churchill, Ralph T., 172, 481 Clabaugh, Jove D., 156, 467 Clanton, Ray W., 172 Clardv, Monroe F., 156, 477 Clark, Bill E., 114 Clark, Mrs. Clarence K., 505 Clark, Dean Ralph W., 47 Clark, Donald E., 154, 505 Clark, Ed W., 166, 489 Clark, Irving C, 117 Clark, James F., 163 Clark, Maxine, 106 Clark, Melvin R., 114 Clark, Richard W., 112 Clark, Roger C, 184, 483 Clark, Ruth A., 169, 461 Clarkson, Blanche A., 181, 469 Clary, David M., 165 Classen, Kenneth L., 106 Clav, C. 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H.. 167, 515 Evans, Cuba, 183 Evans, Edward M., 165 Evans, Fred L., 159 Evans, Joe B., 150 Evans, Martha Aim, 16 ' ' 455 Evans, Martha F., 168, 459 Evans, Richard R., 160 Evans, Robert D., 163 Evans, Shirlev R., 155, 473 Evans, William G., 138 Evans, William W., 185, 515 Everett, Dean Mark R., 47 Everitt, Robert S., 129, 499 Ewing, John M.. 181, 491 Ewton, Gu , Ir.. 145, 499 Fagin, Irvin A., 139, 509 Falk, Kendall R., 133 Fair, Dovle, 177, 48 3 Fancher, Bedford W., 120 Fancher, Edward A., 158, 505 Fancher, J. K., Jr., Ill Page 621 Fancher, Robert C, 181, 505 Faram, Dick D., 159 Farha, Dody A., Ill Farquharsnn, Robert J., 144, 491 Farr, Walter E., HI Farris, Billie R., 157 Farris, Howard H., 104, 477 Farris, Jack C. 106 Farwell, Kit, 137, 495 Farwell, Marjorie D., 189 Fatheree, Clyde W., 123, 483 Faubioii, U ' ildon G., 168 Faulkner, Alexander J., 116 Faulkner, Jacklyn S., 174, 455 Fauteux, Jacques M., 179 Fa«ks, Bobbie, 132, 465 Fearing, Joleen W., 136 Fearing, Lewis G., 133 Featherston, Harry M., 169, 481 Featherston, Jack L., 106 Feild, Nancv, 141, 467 Feisal, Philip J., 149 Fell, Margaret D., 179, 471 Fell, Margaret E., 173 Fellows, Dean J. 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Bill R., 164 Hitchcock, Lack C, 116 Hitchcock, Otis H., 148 Hitt, lack L., 214 llixon, Charles D., 182,477 Hobgood, Harlan H., 168, 517 Hoch, Albert I., 181 Hockstein, Donald H., 123, 487 Hodges, Dwight, 102 Hodgson, Joe L, 109 Hoehn, Helen, 153, 471 Hofener, Harold R., 152, 497 Hoffman, Charles, 159, 481 Hoffman, lames W., 181 llogeland, Richard W.. ]M. 525 Hogge, William R., 144, 497 Hojnowski, Walter M., 125 Hoke, George A., Jr., 110 Holbert, Dave, 185, 501 Holcomb, James F., 109 Holcomb, Laura G., 159 Holcomb, Suzanne, 176, 471 Holcombe, Nowlin, 142, 495 Holderness, Billv C, 146, 519 Holding, Boh L., 155 Holinsworth, Donald G., 180 Holland, Ed H., 179 Holland, [ames R., 138 Hollands, John A., 132 Holley, Donald L., 179, 477 Hollingsworth, Betty J., 106 Hollingsworth, Charles, 129 Page 623 Hollingsuorth, Walter V., Jr., 165 Mollis, Peggv I., 151, 453 Mollis, Robert L., 131, 515 Holman, Jack L., 133 Holman, William R., 121 Holmes, Claude B., 179 Holmes, Joe, 142, 501 Holmes, Roy S., 168, 523 Holmes, Virginia, 172 Holt, Cirover C, Jr., 109 Holt, Harrv, 184, 487 Hon, Donald E., 110 Hood, F. 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M., 150 Hunter, Morgan ' ., 148, 491 Hunter, Naoma R., 104 Hunter, Theo, 156 Huntington, David P., 183 Hurd, Billv G., 122, 485 Hurd, Helene L., 185 Hurlev, Leo M., 102 Hurst, Alma C, 130 Hurst, David C, 139 Hurst, Frances V., 149, 451 Hurst, lack W., 116 Hurst, Lida J., 184 Hurst, Phvllis N., 161 Hurt, Robert B., 145 llurtz, Robert S., 185 Hutchins, Jan L., 176, 465 Hutchins, fal R., 181 Hutchinson, Barbara B., 129 Hutchinson, John, 130 Hutchinson, Marv C, 172, 469 Hutchison, Bob, 130, 491 Hutchison, John W., 189 Hutson, William R., 141, 495 Hutton, Auldon F., 144 H (ie, Anne L., 143, 461 Hvde, Herbert K., 183, 515 Hyde, Nancy E., 186, 461 I Idema, Marilvn, 176, 459 Hie, Bernard G., 143, 4 91 Imel, Arthur B., 146, 515 Inge, Robert V., 137 Ingels, Cieorge H. W., 167 Ingle, Clyde W., 146, 517 Ingram, Benjamin F., Jr., 167 Ingram, CJeorge E., 162 Intemann, Harvev H., 149 Iplikci, Ahmet V,, 104 Irbv, Mary I., 185 Irbv, Patricia R., 163 Irbv, Thomas S., 154, 511 Ireton, Greg, 124, 499 Irvin, Robert W., 163 Irvine, Don S., 138 Irvine, Francis S., 189, 517 Irvine, Richard K., 149 Irwin, Jack 11., 135 Iske, Vera C., 177, 465 Ismach, Arnold IL, 153 Isom, Allie ()., 106 Isom, Mariaiuie, 164, 461 Ito, Takeo, 152 lulo, John F., no Iverson, Alvin M., 123, 489 Ives, Frank A., 51 Ivie, Charles I.., 169, 479 Ivv, Red, 189 J a bar Jack jacks! jacks. Jacks, Jacks, lacks. Jacks, Jacks, Jacob- lacob- Ja,-oh. Jacob. J a, Norma L., 128 Samuel C., 157, 505 in, Betty A., 186 n, Claude S., 165 n, Earlin E., 132 n, Edwin I.., 163 n, Fred B., 137 n, J,, an, 173, 449 n, Xlelvin 1.., 109 , Hill P., 147, 511 , John ( ' ., 402 , Shirley M., 174, 4- , ■F,jmmv, 177, 501 acobsoii, William N., 117 ames, (nn IL, 38 ames, Jack W., 109 ames, Mary J., 122, 455 amis,in, Barbara CJ., 107 amison. Jack J., 130 anzen, La ' erne I.., 180 arnigan, Nathan S., 154 arrell, Mrs. J. R., 489 arrett, Ann, 144, 471 arrett, James D., 183 arrett, Jerrv ' ., 167, 501 eck. Nelson N., 133 efferies, Beckv D., 151, 453 efferson, Joe, 157, 477 enks, Richard L., 183 enkins, T.immie J., 162 enkins, Walter D., 171, 515 enness, J,ihn P., 182, 501 ennings. Bill P., 189, 515 ennings, Clifton, 169, 497 ennings, Jerald L., 120 ennings, Jimmie Paul, 109 ensen, Marvin H., 139 eppe, Douglas P., 173, 501 ester, Jov C, 183 eter, Charles E., 167 ezek, James C, 148 ohn, Reason M., 130 ohns, Charles IL, 142, 491 ohns, Harvev B., 173 ohnson, Bettv Lou, 143 ohnson. Bob B., 165, 487 ohnson, Cecil R., 109 ohnson, CIvde L., 131, 515 ohnson, Donald C, 138 ohnson, Donald R., 133 ohns,in. Donna ]., 185, 451 ohnson, Edith A., 166 ohnson, Edward B., 189, 511 ohnson, Erd M., 151, 517 ohnson, Erma M., 115 ohnson, Faris T., Jr., 109 ohnson, Graham B., 154, 511 ohnson, Jean, 119, 471 ohnson, Jerelvn F., 169, 461 ohn.son, John C, 119, 477 ohnson, John L., 146 ohnson, John Lee, 152, 487 ohnson, John W., 155, 499 ohnson, Milton E., 171, 495 ohnson, M. Kellene, 151, 457 ohnson, Pat, 183 ohnson, Patricia A., 169, 461 ihnson, Richard B., 167 ihnson, Robert P., 164 .hns,in, Ruth V., 184 »hns,ni, ' irginia L., 163, 455 ihnson, Walter C;., 130 ihnston. Hill I.., 148 ihnst,in, David C, 183, 479 ihnst,in, Douglas R., 177 ihnston, Jeneanne, 159 ihnsl,in, Patricia L., 106, 455 ihnst,in, Pauline Fling, 491 ,hnst,.n, Warren IL, 158, 519 .llev, Rubv Lee, 108 illev, William M., 149 illv, Th,imas W., 160, 519 ines, A. v., 181, 495 ines, Barbara J., 186 ines, Beverlv J., 169 mes, Hillv IL, 189 mes, Car,ilvn, 161, 449 ines, Charles, 189, 495 ines, (Maude M., 181, 511 ines, Denver D., 163 ines, Dick F,., 123, 491 ines. Earl V., Jr., 118 mes, Frank, 119 mes, Fred, jr., 143, 511 incs, Henry R., 152, 499 mes, Iloma Lee, 165, 455 mes, Jack Millwec, 141 mes, lames IL, 132 Jones, Janida. 166 Jones, j. Clark, 184, 505 Jones, Margaret R., 159, 465 Jones, .Marie, 177 Jones, Patricia, 146 Jones, Richard A., 163 loncs, R.ibert E., 189 Jones, Shirley E., 107, 453 Jones, Warren D., 109 Jones, William L., 176 Jordan, Bettv A., 184 j,irdan, Beverly M., 151, 449 Jordan, Kenneth N., 133 Jordan, Warren K., 183, 483 Jordan, William H.. 115 Jordan, Winfred T., 141 josefy, John C, 117 losephson, Marvin A., 152 " joyncr, Henry P., 179 Juedeman, Fayne D., 183 Julian, Joe D., 176 E Kachler, Abraham, 163 Kahanek, Charlene A., 183 Kahler. Don S., 122, 477 Kahn. Iris F., 185, 473 Rakish, William Edward, 178 Kale, Bill D., 184, 517 Kamas, .Albert, 190 Kamp, Fred W., 119 Kamp, William H., 142, 495 Kanal , Earl Deane, 167, 505 Kane, John IL, 38 Kaplan, Herbert, 113 Kariies, William E., 169, 487 Katanich, Leonard D., 136 Katigan, William P., 149. 497 Katz, Brvna B., 161 Katz, Estelle, 184 Kaufman, Lawrence H., 157 Kautz, Archie R., 154, 485 Kawaller, I,irdan, 130 Kearney, .Arthur R., 143, 491 Keefover, Sidney A., 132 Keegan, Allen N., 168, 503 Keegan, Eddie A., 186, 501 Keel, Law rcnce B., Jr., 143 Keenan, Ted M., 152, 517 Keeran, Richard G., 182 Keeton, Fhivd C, 154, 519 Keet.n, Harrv C, 176, 489 Keiter, Shirlee, 102 Keith, Harold V., 404 Keller, Cecil C, 174 Keller, Don L., 117 Keller, |o Ann, 186, 459 Keller, C, 160, 481 Keller, Llewellvn L., 171, 503 Keller, Marilvnn E., 167, 449 Kellev, Helen I.. 107, 461 Kellv, Dale A., 113 Kellv, lames A., 119 Kellv, thiimas J., 139, 487 Kelm, lames E., 178 Kels,i, Don B., 149 Kemp, Susan E., 115, 455 Kemper, Dudlev J., 115 Kenan, Patrick D., 171, 517 Kenan, Thomas L, 183, 517 Kendall, Bettv R., 129, 541 Kendall, William D., Jr., 170, 48 5 Kendrick, Ralph T., 107 Kennedv, Richard C, 167 Kennedy, Sedwyn T., 173, 481 Kennett, loseph R., 165 Kennv, R. L, 145 Kent, Marilvn I.., 168, 459 Kern, Charles P., 123, 487 Kern, Frank J., 185 Kern, Ravmon, 166, 489 Kerr, Canile, 181, 469 Kerr, Dean Harrison, 45 Kerr, januv IL. 152, 485 Kesselman, Sumner W., 117 Ketner, Rdbert V., 144 Kezer, Clenn B., 130 Khalaf, Kaniel T., 104 Kianpiiur, Ahmad, 102 Kidd, Mae F., 185 Kidd, Philip C, 164, 483 Kiehl, Kave, 182, 461 Kiel, Otis C;., 149 Kiester, Joel C, 170 Kikugawa, Toshinnri, 152 Kilcrease, Huhert L., Jr., 149 Kilev, Clifford, 167 Kilgore, Sally J., 169, 463 Killam, Carcle ' ., 150, 455 Killgore, Keiiiicth, 141, 499 Killion, Marguerite, 138 Kilmaii, Betty L., 109 Kimball, Anita L., 171, 455 Kimball, Richard Don, 182, 491 Kimbell, David A., 144, 491 Kimbell, Irene A., 173, 455 Kimberlin, Pat, 154, 511 Kimble, Pat, 174, 455 Kimmell, Robebrt G., 1 26 Kimnitz, Ernest T., 173 Kimrey, D. R., 49 Kindig, David A., 169, 497 Kindred, Raymond L., 108 King, Herbert K., 119 King, Jne D., 167, 507 King, Kaye J., 185 King, Ravmond C, 163 King, Ted H., 185, 517 King, William R., 131, 521 Kinney, Cecil C, 134 Kirby, Esther L., 167 Kirby, Jack I.., 133 Kirbv, James D., 151 Kirk, Myrl S., 157 Kirkhuff, Rosemarv L., 129 541 Kirkland, Edmund R., 178, 493 Kirkland, Kenneth D., 140, 517 Kirkpatrick, Beth, 128, 449 Kirksey, James M., 132 Kirsh, Robert, 166 Kiser, Helen A., 154 Kitchen, Beverly, 18 5 Kitchen, James H., 130, 511 Kizer, Judson A., 125 Klapp, Claude D., 163 Klein, Henry J., 168, 509 Klein, Tomas A., 171, 501 Klick, J. C, 174 Kliewer, Boyd L., 183 Kliewer, Marilyn P., 133, 467 Klostermyer, Sandra, 185, 453 Klotz, George D., 121, 479 Klutts, Joe R., 167, 519 Knapp, Donald P ., 106 Knauf, Louis V., 132 Kncpper, Maynard F., 108 Kniffin, A. Dean, 167, 489 Knight, Joe V., 169, 519 Knobler, Berna D., 157 Knowlton, James, 178, 487 Knox, Donna M., 166 Knox, Raymond S., 144 Kobs, Marv Jean, 157, 463 Koch, Clyde S., 145 Koch, Jack R., 143 Koehler, Ellen V., 112 Koester. Ernestine, 118 K(]lb, Vernon I,., 156 Koize, George F., 179, 489 Koneval, George C, 132 Koneval, ' irginia C., 138 Kongable, John V., 148 Koontz, Shirley E., 171, 463 Kopp, Charles S., 163, 515 Kopplin, Ralph D., 160, 491 Kopplin, William J., 156, 214, 491 Kozak, Dolores J., 173 Kozak, Frank D., 115 Ko el, Rosemarv T., 183 Kraetlli, Emil R., 39 Kraft, Walter ' ., 48, 404 Kraker, Sidney E., 149 Krehbiel, Dennis I.., 115 Kreig, (Jeorge W., Jr., 132 Krepps, William J., 145 Krogstad, Trudy, 171, 469 Kroutil, Marjorie J., 148, 463 Kruger, Mary Beth, 182, 459 Krumme, Weslex J., 119, 507 Kuchmy, John, 165 Kuhlman, Evelyn S., 116 Kuhlman, Richard N., 52 Kulawik, Stanley A., 162 Kunc, Raymond F., 173 Kunkel, George E., 144 Kunkel, Fred W., 115 Kunnemann, Elmer A., 133 Kurtz, James C, 109, 485 Kutch, Marion, 168, 449 Kuwitzky, Neita J., 173, 467 Kuykendall, Bob L., 171, 501 K vilasz, Henry, 184 Kyle, Greta L., ' 174 Kyle, Shirley Ann, 152, 461 K ler, Harriet, 186 LaBenske, Tom J., 128, 505 Lacey, John J., 13 5, 491 Lack, Edivin L., 103 Lackev, Charles H., 173, 477 Lackey, Charles P., 168, 507 Lackev, Kenneth W., 190 Laffertv, ' an H., 157, 497 Laffoon, Charles E., 106 LaGess, Thomas F., 146 Laird, R. Milton, 178, 477 Lairson, Earl C, 112 Lake, William C, 131, 511 Lambert, Janice M., 116 Lambiotte, Richard M., 121 LaMonica, Thomas M., 113 Lamphere, Robert R., 123, 487 Lampkin, William W., 106 Land, A. Glenn, 164 Landen, Gustav E., 174 Landsaw, Sara J., 119, 471 Lane, Don R., 164, 505 Lane, (Jeorge R., 183, 479 Lane, Wavne L., 117 Lange, Fred W., 127, 505 Langford, Orville L., 171, 519 Langley, Mary J., 116, 465 Langsam, Herbert, 168 Langston, Jack H., 134 Lanham, Charles E., 127 Larason, Robert C, 178, 477 Larkins, Lu Anne, 180, 453 Larrazabal, Salvador, 109 LaRue, Sammv J., 155 Larsen, Ellen J., 165, 449 Larsen, Marjorie M., 155, 469 Larsh, Harry A., 140, 517 Larwig, Frederick F., 114 Lash, Wayne E., 151 Lattimore, Robert L., 164 Lauderdale, Martha A., 160, 541 Lavelett, Howard R., 164 Lay, Frances, 158, 453 Layton, Byron W., 139, 515 Lavton, James L., 155 Law, Jim B., 131, 214, 511 Lawless, Fred E., 169 Laivrence, Alycc L., 153, 465 Lawrence, William A., 154, 51: Lawson, Dan A., 182, 511 Laivson, Patricia A., 157, 457 Lawson, Patricia L., 179 Lawson, Robert L., 155 Lawwill, Kenneth C, 160 Lea, Jim, 183, 507 Leachman, Agnes, 171, 469 Leake, Donald A., 106 Leaman, (iordon F,., 146, 505 Leap, Paul A., 184 Leath, Christine, 140 Leathers, K. Lenelle, 163, 451 Leavitt, Don K., 108 Leavitt, Jack B., 133 LeBlanc, Robert F., 167, 521 Ledbetter, Herman J., 114 Ledbetter, Pat, 167 Lee, Catherine R., 127, 449 Lee, Harold D., 163 Lee, Mary L., 186, 465 Lee, Robert E., 190, 499 Leeman, Don J., 131, 511 LeFevre, Byron H., 159, 505 Leffel, Maynard L., 140, 517 Leftwich, Paul E., 168 Leggett, Jack L., 184 Leguenec, Joe R., 153, 495 LeHew, John L., 159, 495 Lehman, Mary A., 168, 449 Lehman, Robert L., 129 Lemmon, William B., 51 Lemon, John C, 163, 499 Leneham, ' illiam T., 170 Lenoir, Lou Ann, 163, 455 Leonard, Bob, 155, 485 Leonard, Clarence (»., 103 Leonhardt, Chester ., 127, 214, 505 Leopard, Travis L., 164 Lepak, Clement B., 162 Lester, Beverly A., 174, 453 Lester, Dorothy A., 181 Lester, Patricia D., 184, 453 Leventhal, Elaine T., 172 Leventhal, Leonard, 127, 513 Leverett, Andrew T., 140, 501 Leveridge, Lloyd R., 110 Levine, Freddy, 180, 509 Levine, Lena, 509 Levine, Robert F., 185 Levorsen, James K., 146, 489 Lew, Louis, 177, 509 Lewis, Bobby J., 185 Le vis, Fannie E., 107 Lewis, CJeorge B., 151 Lewis, Jerome A., 140, 501 Lewis, Richard M., 120 Liddell, limmx H., 149 Liddell, William W., 157 Lieberman, Ruth J., 174 Liebetrau, Theodore L., 108 Liegerot, Marv J., 158 Liggett, Jack D., 141, 477 Liggett, Rosamond R., 142 Light, Wilbur S., 158, 519 Lightfoot, Jimmie C;., 113 Ligon, Marv L., 184 Lilburn, Jack H., 117 Limber, George J., 164 Limes, Leonard L., 119 Lincicome, Bill M., 138 Lindenberg, Bernard, 106 Linderman, Edward I.., 154 Lindley, Stephen H., Jr., 155 Lindsav, ' irginia C., 184, 459 Lindsey, D. H., 129 Lindsev, J. L., 48 Lindsey, Paul B., 185, 495 Link, Howard W., 169, 479 Linker, Daniel H., Ir., 155 Lipe, Carol D., 168 " , 449 Lippert, Ernest L., 177, 489 Little, Aaron C, 180 Little, leannine M., 165, 465 Little, W. D., 38 Little, William B., 153, 505 Litton, Jimmie I.., 183, 497 Littrell, James D., 136 Liveris, George H., 160 Lo, Chih Tan, 139 Loar, Morton Y., 151 Lock, Richard W., 180, 497 I.ockard, Joice, 159, 465 Lockard, Myers W., 171, 501 Locke, Donald C, 153, 511 I.ockett, David M., 167, 511 Lockhart, Bill E., 178 Lockhart, Marv E., 174 Lockhart, Rov, ' 145, 501 Loeffler, Samuel H., 151, 513 Loftis, Bob L., 169, 477 Loftis, Don, 161, 481 Logan, Lawson L., 184, 519 Logan, Lou, 153, 471 Logan, Walter R., 129 Logsdon, Nancv J., 168, 459 Logue, Melba L., 141 Lollar, Charlotte L., 158 Lollar, Owen D., 138, 523 Lollar, Robert ( " ., 116 Lollar, Wanda J., 170 Long, Carlie C, 125, 495 Long, Chester A., 108 Long, Edith IL, 154 Long, George W., 190 Long, Jack, 186 Long, LeRoy, 161, 511 Long, Marilyn J., 151, 449 Lontos, Jimmy T., 16 5, 49 3 Loomer, James A., 182, 497 Looper, Dale, 121, 479 Lord, Robert L., 160 Lorenz, Wilbur T., 129 Loshbough, Robert L., 134 Lottinville, Savoie, 52 Loucks, John C, 158, 501 Love, John A., 122, 495 Love, Suretta, 186, 473 Loveland, David C, 164, 477 Lovinger, Daniel, 159 Lowery, Larry L., 172, 501 Low ery, Rodney K., 1 56, 501 Lowre -, Harold C, 167, 505 Lowry, Billve J., 135 Loy, Charles A., 160 Lozano, Jose M., 120 Lubbers, William L., 120 Luck, lohn C, 138, 477 Lucv, Robert F., 179, 479 Luff, Gene S., 121 Lundberg, George H., 174, 483 Lundy, Phillip D., 134 Lunsford, William T., 183 Lunsford, Philip J., 153, 483 Luster, Pat, 157, 463 Luzzi, St. Clair F., 152, 493 Lveria, Dolores, 151, 453 Lvkins, Shirley A., 173, 471 Lynch, Eugene A., 121 Lynch, Patricia A., 145 L nd, Lloyd A., Jr., 146, 4S3 Lynd, N ' ancv, 171, 471 Lynn, Barbara I., 167, 449 L. nn, Betty, 108 Lynn, Douglas C., 161, 481 Lynn, Thomas ., Jr., 157, 481 Lvnn, James B., 168, 487 Lyons, Harold D., 102 M Mackin, Ina Lou, 159, 453 MacLoud, Donald P., 124, 499 MacMinn, Paul L., 50 Madden, Russell L., 108 .Maddox, Bibhv, 173, 471 Maddox, Xotley G., 138 . Iagee, jack R., 132 . Iaguire, lames Q., 169 .Mahaffev.Tommv H., 176 NLahnke, Louis O ' ., 113 Mahone, Charles H., 176, Harrv R., 156 Majors, Allie ].. 152 .Majors, William C, 152 Malone, Charles F., 190, 517 Page 625 Malone, Edgar D., 116 Malone, Wavne, 177 Malson, Charles E., 172, 507 Malson, William R., 132 Mann, Dnnna P., 18 5, +55 Mann, Robert D., 114 Mann, Wiley J., 119 Manning, Donald C, 1 57 Manning, Norman R., 190, 519 Manson, Paul R., 102 Mansur, Paul M., 151 Manz, Walter D., 138 Marchant, Nancy J., 178, 465 Marcos, Angelica, 142 Marcum, Denver D., 142 Margerum, Glen E., 107 Margn, Donald R., 139, 515 Markland, Betsv, 186, 467 Marland, Margo, 173, 467 Marsh, Walter P., Jr., 168, 487 Marshall, Alton J., 107 Marshall, Curtis L., 165, 487 Marshall, Earl C, 119 Marshall, Jack W., 118 Marshall, James R., 154, 519 Marshall, Jerrv, 171, 469 Marshall, Marie A., 124, 471 Marshall, Peggie, 181, 471 Martin, Clarence L., 118 Martin, Charles W., Ill Martin, Ernest D., 130 Martin, Eivell B., 109 Martin, Flovd L., Jr., 145 Martin, Fred R., 179 Martin, Jo Ann, 173, 469 Martin, John L., 154 Martin, Lavaughn, 164 Martin, Lois I., 173, 453 Martin, Noel Q., 117 Martin, Patricia I., 151, 463 Martin, Paul B., 125 Martin, Phil A., 156, 515 Martin, William E., 164, 479 Maskaleris, Thomas G., 183 Mason, Delma Jo, 174, 471 Mason, Louise, 159, 469 Massad, Anthonv M., 107 Massey, Harold R., 179 Masters, Kenneth E., 157, 497 Matheny, Jerry W., 153, 477 Mathers, Paula M., 156 Mathews, Sallv, 165, 463 Mathias, Harold, 161 Mathias, John G., 182, 483 Mathies, Wharton, 38 Mathis, Ann, 153, 455 Matlock, James D., 153, 495 Matlock, Nancv M., 172, 461 Matson, George C, 190, 479 Matsushita, Robert M., 156 Matthews, Carl E., 157 Matthews, Roy E., 170, 491 Matthews, Thomas J., 102 Mattox, K. Jean, 119, 457 Matuszak, Charles A., 179 Maurer, Mathias L., 104 Maxev, Joe, 184, 517 Maxfield, Shirley ]., 153, 465 Maxwell, Bob, 173, 497 Maxwell, Miles, Jr., 107 Maveran, William, 141 Maves, Charles L., 123, 214, 48 Maves, Paul E., 126 Mayes, Richard L., 171, 507 Mayes, Sue, 171, 455 Mayficld, James C, 51 Mavnard, Bill R., 107 Maynard, Bobby L., 107 Mavnord, Marjorie C, 184 Mayo, Richard W., 158, 503 Mayorga, Hector, 177 Maytubby, David A., 171, 503 Mazanec, Donald J., 148 Meacham, Charley Ann, 158 Meacham, Dean E. D., 45 Meacham, Weslev C, 127 Mead, Dick, 173, 523 Mead, Doris J., 109, 457 Mead, Walter, 403 Meade, Robert H., 153 Meader, Jerome C, Jr., 163 Mcaley, Barbara A., 180 Means, lennie Vee, 112 Meazel, " William C, 139, 511 Medlev, Bill J., 167, 521 Meek, Barbara E., 184 Meek, James, 155, 483 Meek, Mary E., 161 Megill, Mary J., 166 Mejlaender, George O., 160, 507 Melendez, Luisa, 151 Melland, Donald I., 118 Melling, Dale E., 107 Melnvk, John, 150 Melton, Mark A., 171,491 Mercer, James W., 124, 499 Mercer, Ncal W., Ill Merck, (Jordan J., 156 Merrill, Mickev, 149 Mcrritt, Eldon J., 144 Merritt, Jack H., 146 Mcrritt, lack ., 170, 491 Merritt, Jock N., 107 Merrman, Amherst, 177, 505 Messmore, Harold R., 180, 507 Metz, Jane, 170 Metz, Mvron C, 108, 485 Metz, Verl J., 149 Mever, Don E., 131, 511 Mever, Donald P., 179 Mever, Doris Fern, 113, 449 Mever, Eddie, 156, 519 Meyer, Eileen L., 176, 449 Meyer, Kenneth L., 190 Mever, Robert D., 164 Meyer, William D., 163 Michal, James A., 167, 521 Miehl, Morris S., 179, 513 Milbourn, James 8., 129, 507 Mileff, Edward, 150 Miles, Jerome, 176, 479 Miles, Samuel L., 118 Mileur, Henrv S., 160 Milev, Franklin, 117 Miller, Barbara L., 168, 459 Miller, Carolee A., 163 Miller, Darrell C, 140, 501 Miller, Dennis W., 148 Miller, Dorothv D., 177, 455 Miller, Eddie, 147 Miller, Edwin G., 182 Miller, Elinor V., 156 Miller, Flovd, Jr., 190 Miller, Flovd F., 157, 505 Miller, Forrest J., 163, 495 Miller, James H., 157, 505 Miller, James L, 165, 487 Miller, (immie P., 168, 497 Miller, Louis R., 164 Miller, Marilvn L., 176, 449 Miller, Noble A., 138, 505 Miller, O. I., 164, 507 Miller, Patsv G., 181, 471 Miller, Ross, 169, 491 Miller, Rov S., 169 Miller, Ruth E., (, 4 5 Miller, Wavne B., 165, 491 Millhorn, Sue, 171, 465 Millier, Robert L., 104 Mills, C. Graham, 162 Mills, fohn A., 152 Mills,, 128, 505 Mills, Melvin R., 153 Millspaugh, Robert C., 102, 483 Milner, Charles R., 125, 495 Milner, Robert A., 120, 519 Milton, Duane I.., 153, 507 Mindeman, Paul II., 158, 487 Minick, Charlene, 185 Minor, A. Charleene, 170 .Minvard, Barbara F., 163 Miskell. Richard B., 186, 491 Missbach, Martin A., 136 Mitchell, Arlene, 186, 459 Mitchell, Clarke E., 177, 489 Mitchell, David E., 118 Mitchell, Don M., 118 Mitchell, Dow D., 167 Mitchell, Cjeorganna, 159, 465 Mitchell, (Jeorgc L., 177 Mitchell, lames T., 113 Mitchell, i.. C, Ir., 142 Mitchell, Robert L., 182 Mitchell, Verlene J., 180 Mitschrich, [une, 172, 459 Mobley, Crystal J., 162 Mochow, Johanna, 1 54 Mock, Tames A., 140, 517 Moff, lov, 185 Moffatt, Barbara A., 170 Moehlmann, Henrv J., 104 Moler, lohn C, 137, 501 Molz, Barbara, 159, 467 Monahan, Forrest D., Jr., 123 Monnet, Ed ()., 190, 511 Monnet, Jean, 140, 467 Monnich, Bob, 121, 481 Montgomery, John D., 190, 491 Montgomery, Mary H., 185 Montgomery, Robert F., 176 Mnodv, Carolyn I., 134, 471 Moody, Don L., 154, 511 Moodv, Pat, 179, 467 Moody, Thomas A., 119 Moon, Mrs. ' an T., 521 Moon, Van T., 129, 49 5 Mooney, Gilbert B., 118 Moore, Anne, 167 Moore, Bill M., 138, 505 Moore, Billie D., 179 Moore, Billy D., 158, 523 Moore, Courtland M., 123, 214, 497 Moore, Dean, 153 Moore, Dwight R., 181, 497 Moore, Frank A., 165 Moore, Guy W., 141 Moore, Harry A., 159 Moore, Tack J ., 162 Moore, Jack W., 151, 503 Moore, James L., 117 Moore, Tames R., Ill Moore, James R., 148 Moore, Monte L., 162, 481 Moore, Paul E., 159 Moore, Ralph E., 117 Moore, Ralph (i., 156, 477 Moore, Sanda L., 171, 463 Moore, Thomas C, 148, 493 Moore, Thomas R., 103 Mnrer, Jeanne, 127 Mordv, " Burke G., 170, 483 Morefield, Frank E., 117 Moreira, Sixto E., 127 Moreland, Cilenn, 158 Morgan, Dave, 39 Morgan, l ' )avid I.., 142, 499 Morgan, Dudlev Digges, Jr., 182, 483 Morgan, Gerald G., 130 Morgan, L. N., 52 Morgan, Marjorie I.., 183 Morgan, Richard R., 143, 503 Morgan, Rovce IL, 137 Morgosh, Raymond, 159 Morrell, Beatrice II., 116 Morris, Dorthea F., 157, 45 3 M .rris, Janet C., 153 Morris, Kenneth D., 119 Morris, Malcolm 1.., 168, 507 Morris, Marv E., 169, 471 Mr)rris, Melba C., 166 Morris, Nina K., 174 Morris, Walter W., 146, 481 Morris, Warren G., 190, 503 Morrison, Paul ()., Jr., HI Morrison, William F., 170 .Morrow, Barbara J., 173 Morrow, Phvllis I., 185 Morse, Robert H., 145 Morton, Charles W., 173 Morton, Harold W., 148 Morton, Raymond T., 113 Morton, Richard E., 172, 505 Mosier, Patricia A., 155, 459 Mosier, William B., 109 Moselev, B. Anne, 170 Mosclv, Pat, 110, 451 Moses, Jack C, 118 Moss, Charles F., 158 Moss, Claude M., 130 Mott, Robert W., 138 Mouser, Joan, 165, 465 Moussa, Istani A., 160 Mounts, Walter W., 126 Mowdv, Robert F., 190, 485 Movers, Vernon C, 190 Mulcahv, George J., 146 Mulkv, Doris D., 103 Mulkv, Marv Lvnn, 178, 469 Mullen, Tames, 190 Mullen, Karl K., 110 Mullendore, C. H., 158, 517 Muller, Jack A., 117 MuUinax, Paul E., 110 Mullins, Pat J., 176 Mullins, Paul " H., 164 Mulvehill, John P., 153, 521 Mulvev, Maureen, 167, 451 Munford, G. Wvthe, 168, 507 Munoz, Beatriz M., 181 Murphev, Pat, 185, 517 Murphv, Richard 11.. 162 Murphy, Russell W. " Pat " , 190 Murray, Eddie, 181, 519 Murray, Herbert L., 136 Murreil, Pat, 179, 465 Muse, Gene F., 130 Muskrat, James C, 147 Musselman, Norman B., 158, 499 Musser, lohn E., 121, 481 Mvers, I on R., 165, 4 87 Myers, Edward N., 123 Myers, Kenneth L., 151 Mvers, Merrilee, 150, 453 Mvers, Morris T., 157, 495 Mvers, William C, 155, 483 Myers, William J., 173 Mvers, William 1.., 154 Mc McAdams, Robert L., 167, 501 McAlister, Lawrence S., 161, 483 McAlister, Reed, 182, 483 McAlister, William S., 130 Mc ninch, Leona B., 166 McBride, Donna, 173, 469 McBride, Diniglas, 181, 517 McBride, Joe, 59 McBride, Joe W., 151, 481 McBride, loan, 166 McBride, Maureen, 163 McBrvde, Thomas J., 117 McCatfertv, Benjamin, 159, 489 McCall, Albert D., 114 McCall, June R., 157 McCall, Lewis 1... 158, 517 McCall, Sam K., 153, 511 McCamev, Robert E., 166, 517 McCartv, Tula D., 182 McCasland, Marv F., 169, 461 McCaslin, Gus, jr., 125 McCarthx, Walton, 104 McCaughev, Mary B., 158 McCaulev, Fran, 169, 471 McCharen, Kenneth W., 116 McClendon, loe C., 125, 495 McClintic, George V., 109 Page 626 McClintcck. Patricia F., 157, 449 McCloskev, Donalil E., 160, 515 McCloud, Hinvard D., 190 McCIung, Edwin L., Ill, 125 McClure, Jack, 190 McClure, Patricia A., 177, 459 McCollum, Ross C;., 164 McConnell, Merwin H., 123 McCord, Gale, 148 McCourrv, Theadorc K., 141, 497 McCovvn, Neill, 164, 499 McCov, Chandler J., 131, 511 McCov, Frederick M., 131 McCov, Ruth I.., 103 McCracken, Willard F., 168, 523 McC right, Pat A., 162, 453 McCue, Robert G., 180, 483 McCullough, Gerald W., 149 McCullough, Miltnn J., 118 McCutchen, Rovce C, 190 McDaniel, Clvde, 165 McDaniel, Ehvood R., 153, 485 McDaniel, Max E., 156, 503 McDaniel, Robert E., 135 McDaniel, Wavne, 118 McDonald, Claude W., 151 McDonald, James R., 169, 491 McDonald, Justine A., 152, 471 McDonald, Richard D., 190 McDonald, William L., 115 McDo •ell, John E., 116 McDowell, Rita F., 174, 449 McDuff, Charles H., Jr., 151 McDuffey, Roger C, 185, 517 McElhinney, Mariano, 149, 451 McElreath, Mack, 176 McEIroy, Barbara M., 161, 453 McElroy, Joseph A., 109 McElrov, Louise, 173, 453 McFall, Brvce D., 138 McFarlane, Donald E., 190 McFerron, Clarence J., 144, 507 McGarrah, Joe E., 121 McGaugh, Thurman E., 118 McGee, James M., 179 McGee, Michael L., 183, 487 McGee, Phillip J., 157 McGee, Reece, 166, 511 McGee, Winfred E., 164 McGhee, Everette G., 133, 481 McGhee, Gail K., 180, 481 McGinnis, Jack O., 148 McGowen, Martha H., 171 McGraw, George W., 134, 517 McGuire, Elizabeth A., 120, 461 McGuire, Lloyd H., 177, 511 Mclntyre, William R., 136 McKaig, Jack A., 156 McKaig, Marjorie F., 135 McKaskie, Henrv c;., 116 McKellips, Johnnie L., 176 McKenny, jere W ' ., 141, 495 McKenzie, Marvlen, 171 McKenzie, Rollo C, 167 McKenzie, William T., 162 McKibben, Jo Ann, 162, 449 McKinley, M. Louise, 148 McKinney, Edith E., 116 McKinnev, Garland V., Jr., 163, 483 McKinney, Shirley L., 179, 465 McKinnis, Barbara A., 177, 455 McKnight, James T., 185 McKnight, Jerry A., 113 McKnight, Kenneth A., Jr., 118 McKown, George M., 121, 481 McKown, Helen, 159. 467 McLane, Larry, 169 McLaughlin, Donald L.. 118 McLaughlin, J. Ray, 155, 453 McLaurin, George W.. 104 McLean, Patricia A., 173, 453 McLean, Sammv K., 149 McMahan, Ellen L., 125, 461 McMahan, Gwinn B., 180, 449 McMahon, Paul W., 164 McMenamv, Louis F., 110 McMillan, Harrv M., 139, 487 McMillan, Xc.rma T-, 184 McMillin, Frances S., 171, 469 McMorris, Bill, 102, 479 McMorris, Dean P., 150 McMullin, Carolvn, 132, 461 McMullin, Joseph B., 190, 487 McMurrav, Richard, 140, 507 McMurrv, Charles R., 102, 503 McNabb, Norman W., 124, 499 McN ' allen, Dale P.. 103 McNeese, Charles R., 126, 501 McNeill, Mrs. J. T., 463 McPherson, Burtis E.. 138 McQuoid, A. Edward, 145 McRae, William D.. 173, 519 McWhirt, Richard B., 185 N Najera, Rene, 150 Nance, Dorothv, 140, 467 Nance, Patsv A., 167, 455 Napierata, Walter ].. 142 Nash, M. A.. 38 Nav. Tames D., 181, 515 Neal, Bill, 179, 499 Neal, George E., 148 Neal, Gordon G.. 155. 523 Neal, Tames P., Jr.. 190, 483 Neal, Janice H., 151, 461 Neal, Sue, 159, 469 Neal, W. O., 181 Nease. Charlev W., 110 Nedow, Sylvia D.. 171, 473 Needy, Jerome R., 403 Neelev, Marian, 147, 461 Neher, M. I., Jr., 185 Nelson, Charles S., 176, 507 Nelson, Elmer C, 157, 507 Nelson, Fred S.. 190 Nelson, Toe S., Jr., 182, 487 Nelson, Marguerite L., 164 Nelson, Marv L, 150 Nettles, EIritt N., 127 Neustadt, Allan, 122. 509 Neville, Carolvn. 173, 459 Neville, Donald M., 176 New. L. D., 140 Newbern, Martha A., 174 Newell, Lauralee, 133 Newman, Margaret R., 186 Newman, Richard E., 153, 485 Newman, William L., 163 Newmyer, James N., 153, 485 Newton, Howard M., 170 Newton, Tean, 159, 467 Newton, Robert L., 133, 481 Nichols, Alice, 185 Nichols, Alice G., 138, 457 Nichols, Toe H.. 113 Nichols, Tohn W., 148 Nichols, Nancv .Ann, 151, 4ftl Nicholson, Charles E., 172, 485 Nicholson, Toe S., 170 Nicholson, Ralnh C, 173, 507 Nickell. Tulia A., 129 Nicks, Robert B., 147 Nikkei, Rov G., 150 .Nishimiita, Paul W., 139, 521 Nix, Doug E., 145, 481 Nixon, Barton, 172, 501 Nixon, William C, 110 Noble, Edward E., 157, 519 Noll, To .Anne, 186 Nord, Sanford H., 128, 491 Norman, James L., 102, 481 Norman, James L.. 115 Norris, Arden L., 151, 519 Norris, Clifford T.. 179. 485 Norris, Larrv J., 121, 523 Norris, Paul W., 156 Northern, Grandville C, 178 Norton, |oe L., 165, 487 Norton, Nadine, 171, 469 Norton, Sherman II., 164, 481 Norton, Victor F., 167 Norville, Richard S., 124, 499 Norwood, .Alan .A., 181, 515 Nott, Marilyn, 179, 455 No vlin, Jack, 159 Nowlin, Marvin E., 129, 507 Nuermberger, Louis, 149 Nuzum, Robert I,., 190, 214, 487 Oakes, Anne C, 161, 455 Oakes, Bett , 118, 461 Oakes, Herbert C., 129. 214, 499 Oaklev, Ralph D., 115 O ' Brien, Argvle 0., 131, 511 O ' Brien, William F., 138 O ' Dell, Llovd C, 147 Oden, Bob F., 151 Oden, Don C., 140, 505 Oden, Ivan A., 178, 479 Oden, Tom C, 182 Ogden, Charles B., 136 Ogden, Rav, 179, 485 O ' Haver, Brvan H., 162 O ' Hern, Larkin, 112, 499 Oka, Shizuo, 164 Oldshield, Ernest T., 157 Olive, Harold N., " l90 Oliver, Earl C, 115 Olsen, Leif H., 158 Olson, CJeorge A., 118 O ' Neal, Jesse E., 112 O ' Neal, Tom H., 178 O ' Neill, Theresa A., 159 Oots, Herbert W., 149 Ophel, Ivan L., 102 Oral, Zuhtu , 119 Orchid, Harold L., 129, 509 Ornstein, Sheldon S., 153, 509 O ' Rourke, James T., 181, 521 Orr, George E., 162 Ortenburger, Leigh N., 154, 511 Orton, Edward W., 116 Osborn, Otis L., 190 Ostram, Carolyn N., 166 Ostrander, Charles, 181, 515 Ottenstein, Robert P., 147 Oven, David J., Jr., 190, 499 Overand, Diane, 186 Overholt, Elbert D., 109 Overton, Dan, 180, 483 Owen, Harrv M., 153 Owen, JeanH., 118 Owen, Marion C, 125 Owen, Rosaline, 160 Owens, Dolores J., 186, 451 Owens, Harry J., 153 Owens, lacqueline A., 162, 455 Owens, " loe S., 181 Owens, Ted L., 161, 481 Ozment, Billie D., 149, 455 Ozment, Fred N., 155 Ozment, W ' .inda, 174, 455 Pace, Harrison W., 166, 495 Pace, Ralph A., 176 Pack, Charlotte, 181, 473 Packnett, Gwyn I., 186 Paine, Clarence W., 113 Paine, Jack W., 184, 503 Painter, To I., 160, 459 Palczvnski, Albin R., Jr., 178 Palmer, Bill, 180, 511 Palmtr, Elvin H., 180 Palmer, C;eorge O., 150 Palmer, Harold .A., 102 Palmer, Marian I., 178, 463 Palmer, Mary Frances, 171 Pannell, Juanita, 135 Pannell, Patsy L., 169 Pappas, Doris E., 181 Paramore, Nelda, 170 Park, Stephen A., 106 Park, William E., 139 Parker, Charles J., Jr., 116 Parker, CoUis R., 110 Parker, CJeorge M., 123, 487 Parker, J. Clvde, Jr., 133 Parker, Jeanne C, 138 Parker, Patricia A., 137, 459 Parker, Ravmond N., 136 Parker, Ruth J., 141 Parker, Stephen W., 190 Parkison, Helen, 176, 467 Parks, (herald S., 117 Parks, To Ann, 185 Parks, Max E., 137, 485 Parr, Jack R., 190 Parris, Manning C, 185 Parrish, Carolvn B., 137, 467 Parrish, Ken ()., 162 Parsons, Burke .A., 103 Parsons, C;ail D., 155 Parsons, Robert B., 123, 489 Parsons, Vernon L., 190 Partridge, Joseph M., 179 Paschall, Ronald T., 182, 501 Patrick, Archie L., jr., 145 Patrick, Dale L., 140 Patrick, Deirdre ( ' ., 174 Patrick, Patricia I.., 183 Patten, Richard IL, 184, 487 Patterson, Alton R., 126 Patterson, Barbara W., 164, 453 Patterson, Jimmy F., 184, 499 Patterson, Leon I.., 1 30 Patterson, Manford K., 140, 503 Patterson, Tommv V., 177 Pattillo, Jack, 106 Paul, William G., 171, 501 Paulk, David A., 178 Paulos, Victor E., 155, 479 Paulus, David D., 160, 519 Payne, Janice L., 174, 455 Payne, Lottye, 156 Payne, Minton M., Jr., 167 Payton, Marv J., 183 Payton, Otto ' D., 156, 521 Peake, John, 119 Pearce, John W,, 176 Pearson, Ben F., 151, 495 Pearson, Janet N., 172, 471 Peck, Wiima P., 120 Peckham, Neil, 151 Peddicord, Claudine T., 164, 449 Peller, Richard A., 116 Pelton, Charles R., 153, 485 Pemburton, Art E., 153, 505 Pence, Edwin IL, 144, 519 Pendarvis, Robert L., 171, 505 Penhall, Norma J., 181, 465 Pennev, Tames E., 182, 515 Percival, Fred, 161, 503 Perdue, Howard M., 148 Perkins, Joe R., 156 Perrine, Sam .A., 165, 517 Perrv, Charles R., 148 Perrv. Hugh, 186, 511 Perrv, Jean, 179, 471 Perry, joe D., 174 Perr man, Kenneth C, 190 Pershall, James F., 113 Peters, Daniel D., 133 Peters, Joe J., 190, 515 Peters, Pat. 166 Peters, William D., 103 Peterson, Isaac L., 117 Peterson, Leonard W. 103 Peterson, Marv L., 172 Peterson, William L., 174. 491 Pettus. J. Gayle, 164 Pew, Gene E., 128 Page 627 Hflug, lack F., 139 Phelps, Lucille, 143, 455 Phelps, William C, 190 Phillips, Arthur A., 153, 509 Phillips, Kettv, 157, 465 Phillips, Beverlv A., 174, 471 Phillips, Boh J., 109 Phillips, Eloise, 137, 455 Phillips, Harry, 155, 491 Phillips, James I.., Jr., 113 Phillips, John A., 190, 489 Phillips, Marion C, 103 Phillips, Pat A., 177, 451 Phillips, Patricia Ann, 159, 461 Phillips, Phvllis Ann, 166 Phillips, Rex E., 137, 511 Phillips, Siiinev D., 117 Phillips, Wendell R., 130 Philp, Phyllis A., 148, 46! Phipps, Kent C. 167, 515 Pickens, Paul W„ 169, 477 Pickett, (Jerirge W., 145 Piemonte, Michael, 165 Pierce, Leslie, 183, 479 Pierson, DiVier, 181, 501 Piersnn, Roliert L., 169, 491 Pike, Patricia A., 181 Pilant, Clenda J., 183 Pinczo«ski, lose, 134 Pinson, Marilvn Jov, 170 Piper, English, 117 ' Pipes, Barbara H., 135 Pipes, John H., 145 Pipkin, Jimmv L., 163 Pirkey, Charles W., 160 Pirkle, Wvnema D., 176, 46 5 Pirtle, Flovd W., 154 Pistone, Philin R., 160 Pitchford. Bill, 163. 495 Pitkowsky, Leonard, 152 Pitts, John R., 116 Planck, Sara L., 171, 471 Planck, Sue, 174, 471 Pl;.nt, Walter S., 152, 515 Piatt, Toe L., 170 Piatt, Roy E., 146, 21 4 Plemons, Bert, 183 Plumlee, Monroe B., 130 Plunkctt, Mack K., US Plunkett, William I., 130 Poff, .Mrs. Delliert W., 473 Poling, .Marv II., 125, 471 Poling, Sue Ann, 174, 471 Politziner, Irwin, 103 Polk, Andrew W., Jr., 136 Pollard, Virginia L., 181, 465 Pollt)ck, HonaUl, 158, 509 Pollock, Emilv, 143, 459 Pollock, Jack, ' 134, 513 Pollock, limmie D., 168, 505 Pool, William L., 118 Poole, Bettv I., 172 Poole, Harold ( ' ., 180 Poole, Richard W., 152 Pooley, Pat, 125, 467 Pope, Frank T., Jr., 140, 505 Porter, David L., 145 Porter, Peggv, 153, 469 Porter, Richard D., 179, 48 5 Porter, Russell F.. 132 Porter, William R., 119 Portrnan, William E., 152, 214 499 Post, Benny R., 150 Poteet, n. Andren, 172, 519 Poulos, Peter E., 176, 489 Pound, Beth Ann, 153, 467 Pounders, C ' edric E, 125 Powell, B. 1). IL, ' jr., 139, 483 Powell, Clarence C., 118 Powell, Jimmic C;ordan, 110 Powell, John C, Jr., 190, 515 Powell, Louise, 150, 449 Powell, Marv (