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'IM AR RY Ji -.-.-.y.u . 1 NQQ N ,mm X NN X X .guy NNW N x X X S V Ny' I. D. Weeks During this, his first yeor os president of the University, I. D. Weeks hos Won the friendship ond proise of the entire student body ond foculty. Although one of the youngest University presidents in the United Stotes, he hos olreody proved thot he hos the obility ond quoiificotions necessory for this importont position. dgnf ......... J. E. PEART, President Flcmdreou HARRY N. NISSEN Yonkfon EDWARD PRCHAL W, A, WELLS Burke Webster W. S. DOLAN Milbank .QL ReQer1Ts+ EVA GLASSBROOK Dean of Women Miss Eva Glassbrook has served os Dean of Women at the University for nine years. She has been successful in her purpose-to assist young women in developing to the highest degree intellectually, morally, and socially. During the last semester she was granted a leave of absence to study towards her doctor's degree at Columbia University. Gladys Leonard, professor of physical education for women, served as acting dean. J H JULIAN Vice-President, Dean of Student Affairs "Cap" Julian, well-known to all University students, has been on the campus for more than thirty years. l-le came first as a student and has now served as professor, secretary, vice-president, acting president, and dean of student affairs, Students have found him equally valuable as friend, counsellor, and leader. l-le has won their confidence and remains ever popular. iDQQn5......... College of Arts and Sciences School of Business Administration As Dean of the College of Arts and Sci- ences and the School of Business Adminis- tration, E S, Sparks has innumerable duties. His students know him as both administrator and instructor. His ready smile and friendliness make friends for him at every contact. School of l.aw Dean Mcliusick has been associated with the Law school since l902 and has served as dean of that school for twenty-four years. He is eminently authoritative in his field and is ever faithful to the best inter- ests of his profession, as well as to the institution which he serves. WINFRED R. COLTON College of Fine Arts Dean Colton has accomplished much in building up the College of Fine Arts to its present high level, and it can honestly be said that music at the University owes its impetus to him -a man of talent and Durposeful energy. School of Medicine As Dean of the School of Medicine and Director of the State Health Laboratory, Dr. Ohlmacher has become recognized throughout the state as a medical author- ity. He painstakingly transfers to students the art of his profession and has kept the school on the high level which merits its A rating by the Association of American Medical Schools. ARTHUR M. PARDEE Graduate School Although intensely interested in scientific research, Dr. Pardee has found time to develop a most thorough graduate division in the University. Under his direction each year's enrollment has shown a marked increase over the preceding one. I I I O I I O O O D e G n S WILLIAM H. BATSON School of Educcition As Director of the School of Educotion, Dr. Botson hos contributed much to educotionol odvoncement through- out the stote. His work in the direction of educotionol theory, teocher troining ond oppointment hos been com- mendoble. GARRET R. ERECKENRIDGE Director of Extension The Extension Division of the University hos grown to one of remorkoble importonce since l926 when "Breck" become director. Through his deportment greot numbers throughout the stote, unoble to ottend doily closses, ore receiving their educotion ond credits tovvords grodu- otion. CHESTER S. BALL Secretory As business odministrotor of the University, "Chet" Boll is known to the students ond fciculty, ln receiving ond disbursing student fees, expense occounts ond solories, he hos olwoys performed his office efficiently ond with sound business judgment. HERMAN W. FRANKENFELD Registrcir ond Exominer An Alumnus of the University, "Fronlc" is olvvoys reody to give odvice ond counsel to ony student in the Dlon- ning of o course cind schedule, He files grodes, records college credits, promotions ond groduotions. In lvlemoriom B. E, TlFFANY, ossistont professor of Business Administrotion l883-i936 D G G n S 0 0 o o o o 0 0 0 Student Cllhcers Student Senate McGee Walz Barnett Taylor STUDENT BODY OFFICERS President ........................................ Loring McGee Vice-President ...... .......... . .................... G len Walz Secretary ....... .... R uth Barnett Auditor .... .... W illiam Taylor Pier, Fuller, Gunderson, Lake, Charleston Adams, MCC-ee, Clark The Student Senate serves as a medium through which student opinion may be presented to the University authorities. lt otticially represents the student body in all its dealing with the authorities. Membership in this group includes the president ot the student body who acts as president ot the Senate, the president ot the Women's League ot Selt Government, and two representatives each trom the College ot Fine Arts, School ot Law, and School ot Medicine. - - - - - - - Student Administration l Trotzig, Moore, Julian C McClintic, Overpeck, Shultz, Williamson . OFFICERS President ........ ............... .... L e m Overpeck Vice-President ..... ...... G erda McClintic Secretary ........ ..... C leola Williamson Treasurer ...... ......... J . H. Julian Composed of the past editors and business managers of the University publications, and three members elected at large, the Student Board con- trols all editions of the Volante, student newspaper, the Coyote, yearbook, and the Wet l-len, humor magazine. J. H. Julian, dean of student affairs, and E. G. Trotzia, head of the journalism department, act as faculty representatives. Student Board at Publications Student Administration Womens League ol Sell Government Shouse, Ewing, Townsend, Bratsberg, Brisbine Lewis, Trebor, Schmidt, Rempter, Nelson, Adams McCIintic, Martin, Charleston, Larson, Martens, Walz Every woman student in the University is a member at W. L. S. G., a national organization with the purpose at regulating and controlling the student lite ot the women on the campus. Direct regulation and otticial action is controlled by W. L. S. G. Council, the membership ot which is limited to the presidents ot the women's organ- izations on the campus. lts work includes the governing ot living condi- tions, the regulation ot conduct, and the formulation at rules. Student Administration I 5-3,7.v131T-vf-qvfv.f7-.:-v3-v---..?-- --5.... vw ,,-. ,,W,,,y 55 ,, .. .V-,x.YA,,. .. , N. .W ,W Q, DFA, W., A, Wi, Mm Q .L I M ' v Q h M Y . .,,, I., W. , , , . . L X ,Q . - . I . , , . -A.. '1'-Q if . BTW' . 2. ji., K h - - A S ggi 5, f ir . ' WL.. 1. 44' . . v 3: '3 2 3 5 Q, Q 5. .- i'-32 Rx! ja I 'mere' I' Z. iss H r "4 ' 5 z ,, . 1 Q. ' , l-5 1" " ka , FJ 1 "3?f5. 1 'nl : 93 . , , , 11, ...rj :Q-Q. ,,, ,. la! .K Q L '.1- 'K P J' 3, gas ,J Emi' .p 1 T.: 1 gr' .k'. swf 'gyif '- ' z'Q, , . Q,.. 'Cf' -. ' f :f.,,1K I E .fljm 1 1 j- - - Q, . Lgfim . . , -Sgr I I ! ,vw -. Lg -V ' 325: ' :fu-'S ' EP??.1a" L ,ui I ' 14rQ13T.' ' 52-7 if x' ' . VXA' X ' , ' . - . L , , . I, k V GRADUATES OFFKQERS OF THE GRADUATE SCHOOL President ...................... . ................ Arthur Scholten Secretory ..... ..... . .Gilbert Crecelius Graduates RONALD F. BARTHoLoMEvv HELEN VV. BROWNE Canton lthaca, N. Y. Sociology Music C. WESLEY BLJLLOCK C. E. COLLINS Pierre Vermillion Chemistry History GEORGE J. CONVERSE LEE M. CREAMER Huron Dupree Chemistry History H. GILBERT CRECELIUS DONALD D. FOWLER Volin Elk Point Bacteriology Government JOE GEIGER J. H. GRABER Sulphur Marion Education Education THOMAS LEEKLEY ROLAND P. MARQUARDT Montrose Tulare English Chemistry G r a d u a t e s i 3' - . DOROTHY O'HARA DeSmet Chemistry EMMA P I ERSOL Vermillion Latin ARTHUR SCHOLTEN Corsica Education l.eVERNE F. SNOXELL Sioux Falls Psychology CORNELIUS WlLKlNS Kimball Psychology RUTH PAXSON Sioux Falls English EMIL PIETZ Hosmer Education MARVIN J. SCOTT Mitchell History DON WARD Fox Ridge Chemistry MARTI N WU Huron Economics Graduates SEIXIICDRS OFFICERS OF THE SENIOR CLASS President- ....... ........ V on Dee Corr Vice-President ...... .... D orothy June Trebor Secretory-Treasurer .... .... V erdo Charleston Q I I I I O I I O I S S n I O r- S ELIZABETH ADAMS Sioux Falls English Kappa Alpha Theta East Hall Apprentice Players A Playcratters' PHILIP ANDERSON Vermillion Business Administration Beta Theta Pi WAYNE BARBER Sioux Falls Business Administration Phi Delta Theta Volante Editor YVONNE BELSON I Vermillion History Pi Beta Phi Fighting Fifty 'Debate Political Science League Phi Sigma lata CLIFFORD BJORNSRUD Toronto Business Administration Sigma,Alpha Epsilon Band Howling Hundred R. O. T. C. Apprentice Players TOM BRISBINE Woonsocket A Business Administration Delta Tau Delta Scabbard and Blade Howling Hundred A cappella choir Junior Class President iv RICHARD ADAMS Vermillion Chemistry RICHARD B. ANDERSON Sioux City, la. Business Administration Sigma Nu I RUTH BARNETT Rapid City . English Pi Beta Phi Phi Sigma Iota Secretary of Student Body ROBERT BILLARS Kaylar I Business Administration Lambda Chi Alpha ' International Relations Club B Sociology Club Baseball i Political Science League WILLIAM V. BOLAND Platte Public School Music . Debate Board Howling Hundred A cappella choir Apprentice Players R. O. T. C. VERNON W. BRUGGER Tulare Education Phi Tau Theta International Relations Club Sociology Club R. O. T. C. . O n I 0 r S I I I O O O O I O .1 ' Ill 1 ,- F I- ff - -4.1 -'IL 'A PHYLLIS BURGI Yankton Dramatic Art Chi Omega Pan Hellenic council A cappella choir Playcrafters STELLA CARNICLE Sioux Falls Sociology Philosophy Club Dakota Hall International Relations Club Sociology Club VERDA CHARLESTON Centerville Latin Alpha Xi Delta Pan Hellenic council Guidon Mortar Board Secretary W. S. G. A., President W. A. A., Rifle team HERBERT CHRlSTEN Huron Business Administration Kappa Sigma Delta Sigma Pi Philosophy Club international Relations Club Howling Hundred ROBERT COOPER Chamberlain Zoology A cappella choir JAMES E. CURNOW Eagle Butte Economics HELEN CALLAHAN Elk Point History Dakota Hall MARVIN E. CARSON Wolsey Business Administration Kappa Sigma Howling Hundred Phi Tau Theta ALLENE CHIESMAN Newell History Pi Beta Phi lnternational Relations Club KATHERI NE COLVIN Sioux City, la. French Pi Beta Phi Phi Sigma lota RAYCHEL CRUM Mitchell English Kappa Phi International Relations Club Sociology Club DOROTHY DARLI NG Omaha, Nebr. Education Kappa Phi international Relations Club . . . . . . . . .Se DIOTS LAWRENCE DAVIS Eagle Butte Economics Phi Delta Theta DOROTHY DONNELLY Elk Point French Alpha Xi Delta Phi Sigma Iota Fighting Fifty MAX FELDMAN Vermillion Bacteriology International Relation GEORGE FULLENKAMP Burbank Applied Science Scabbard and Blade Rifle team R. O. T. C., Captain A, I. E. E. CARROLL GOODHOPE Viborg Zoology Sigma Alpha Epsilon EDITH HAGEN s Club VAN DEE CORR Salix, la. Business Administration Sigma Alpha Epsilon Howling Hundred Ritle team Apprentice Players Senior Class President J. G. FARMER Vermillion Business Administration Beta Theta Pi - ROBERT R. FOSSE Meckling History International Relations Club Band Track Phi Tau Theta LOIS GIEDT Vermillion English Kappa Phi Volante staff Rifle team Spanish Club ETHELI ND GU NDERSON Canton Business Administration LUCILE I-IAMM G Armour Rapid City English ' Music Delta Delta Delta Chi Omega Kappa Phi International Relations Club Sociology A cappella choir O I' S MARGA HARDY Clark English Kappa Alpha Theta International Relations Club W. A. A. Apprentice Players poRotHY HARTMANF Vermillion ' Dramatic Art Kappa Alpha Theta A cappella choir Playcratters CARLTON L. HEI NOLD Mitchell Chemistry BETTE HOFER Freeman English Delta Delta Delta W. S. G. A. International Relations Club Sociology club, Sec'y-Treas. W. A. A. Fighting Fifty SIMON HUROWITZ Vermillion Business Administration International Relations Club Basketball Track 'Political Science League TOM JORDAN Chicago, lll. Business Administration Phi Delta Theta Inter-fraternity council Scabbard and Blade Basketball GENE HARMISON ' Rapid City Business Administration Kappa.Sigma Dakotans VIVIAN HARVEY Yankton Sociology Pi Beta Phi, Pan Hellenic coun- cil, Guidon, W., S. G. A., Treas- urer ot Philosophy club, Sociol- ogy club, Orchestra, W. A. A., Coyote statf, Volante statt, Rifle team, Alpha Chi Alpha EMIL HEISLER Mound City Botany Botany assistant Cadet Captain ot R. O. T. C. ROBERT M. HOYNE Salem Zoology Delta Tau Delta Howling Hundred Phi Eta Sigma FRANCES P. 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PETERSON Beresford ROBERT PFLAUMER Voie KATHERINE PLUT Sisseton RICHARD PUTHOFF Deodwood JOH N RALPH Henry LEONARD RAMSDELL Foulkton VIRGINIA RAYBURN Hurley FRANCIS REDDEN Mitchell JACK REGAN Deadwood MILFORD SANFORD Beresford JOAN SARVER Aberdeen CALVIN S. SCHAD Roslyn HERBERT J. SCHADLER Jovo e s It rn e n 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 ALICE SCHUETZ Hawarden, Ia. RAY B. SCHEURING Beresford WILLIAM J. SCHIPKE Roscoe GEORGE SCHMIDT Huron WILLIAM J.SCI-IMIDT Lead WILLIAM SCHUBER Chicago, III. EUGENE SCHULTZ Aberdeen HARLAN SEACAT Alexandria MARIAN SHEELEY Howard MARTIN Sl NNI NG Parker BEN SLATER Aberdeen MARTIN SMITH Cheyenne Agency ROLLAND SMITH Doland ELIZABETH SPARKS Vermillion NANCY SPARKS Sioux City, Ia. LEONE STARK Vermillion OSCAR STEFFEN Pierre VERDA STERNBURG Platte e s li m . . . . . . . . .Fr JANE STEWART Kimboll ROBERT STEWART Viborg GEORGE V. STILLWELL Los Angeles, Colif. AR NUM V. STOOPS Kennebec CHARLES STRAIN Fort Pierre WILLIAM STROH Gettysburg GERALD STURGES Arlington ROSWELL L. SU NDLI NG Vermillion MAXI NE SUTTER Hitchcock EUGENE W. TAYLOR Sioux City, lo. MELI NDA THOENE Bonesteel TREVOR THOMAS lpswich HOWARD TlCE Mitchell ROBERT A. TORKILDSON Britton DOROTHY ULLERY Wokondo CLAYTON WADDEL Webster ROBERT WALSH Elk Point WI NIFRED WALSH Porkston e s li rn G n O I C O I O I O I CLELLA WALTON Webster HARRIET WANAMAKER Centerville i ZONA WElGAND Winner SHIRLEY WEST Jordan, Mont. ALBERT WHEATON Rapid City BETTY WH ITTEMORE Vermillion EMMA WIKEN Volin CLAIRE WILSON ' Spencer, la. CARL F, WINCE, JR. Vermillion ECKART WIPF - Freeman MARl NEL WOOD A Hartford CORLET WRIGHT Waubay EDlTH YEANDLE Highmore CLARKE M. YOUNG Mitchell LUCIL ZABEL Rapid City SUSAN Zl NN Sioux City, la. e s li m . . . . . . . . . Fri SCHCDCDL CDF LAW R. SANFORD AABY Estelline Law Association CARL ANDERSON Lebanon W. P. BUCHANAN Peoria, lll. Law Association Phi Delta Phi Alpha Chi Rho EMMETI' W. DOUGHERTY Webster Beta Theta Pi Howling Hundred, President Cheer leader Phi Delta Phi Law Association R. O. T. C. JOSEPH W. FEUERHELM Rapid City Kappa Sigma Inter fraternit council - V Scabbard and Blade Dakotans Law Association Howling Hundred FERN HANSEN Onida East Hall Law Association RAY J. ALDRICH Salem Alpha Tau Omega Scabbard and Blade Dakotans Law Association Phi Delta Phi MYRON BENNETT Huron , Scabbard and Blade Law Association HARVEY M. CROW Pierre Delta Tau Delta Inter-fraternity council Dakotans Volante staff Strollers Phi Delta Phi Wet Hen, Business Manager NOBLE L. FERGUSON Vermillion Sigma Delta Kappa HARVEY A. GU NDERSON Hayti Delta Theta Phi Inter-fraternity council Dakotans Student Senate Law Association Howling Hundred R. O. T. C. GEORGE P. HURST Rapid City Law Association Senior law .-M114--'+ Senior Low IVAN LIGGETT 3 I Vermillion T Alpha Tau Omega Z Dakotans ' Law Association Strollers Phi Delta Phi RODNEY F. ,MANSON White River l Kappa Sigma f Inter-fraternity council Law Association Rifle team ' ROBERT G. MAY i Pierre . Delta iTau Delta , Dakotans, President Student Senate Law Association, President lnter-fraternity council Bartlett Tripp Law club, President A. V. OLSON Vermillion Law Association GERRIT RENS Vermillion Delta Theta Phi Law Association Howling Hundred JOH N T. LYONS Sioux City, la. Delta Theta Phi Law Association . Howling Hundred RALPH MAUCH - Hetland Alpha Tau Omega Dakotans Inter-fraternity council Law Association ' Phi Delta Phi 1 LORI NG J. TMCGEE N, Salem Scabbard and Blade, Tau Kappa Alpha, Dakotans, Student Senate, Phi Eta Sigma, Law Association, Band, Orchestra, Debate, Student President, Board of Publications, Union Board of Control, R. O. T. C., Phi Tau Theta, Independent Association LEM OVERPECK Belle Fourche Phi Delta Theta Law Association Coyote staff Volante staff Business Manager Phi Delta Phi Wet Hen President of Board of Publications HAROLD F. THUROW Madison Delta Theta Phi International Relations Club Law Association SIGURD ANDERSON Webster Delta Theta Phi Phi Beta Kappa Law Association Coyote staff Debate Pi Kappa Delta JULIUS BERNARD Elk Point Phi Delta Theta Inter-fraternity council Scabbard and Blade Law Association Coyote statt A cappella choir Phi Delta Phi LEE BUCK Aberdeen Lambda Chi Alpha Law Association Bartlett Tripp Law Club Sec'y-Treas. ot Lavv Association DONALD DICKSON Redfield Law Association Band Playcrafters R. O. T C. REX B. EUBANKS Lemmon Lavv Association Phi Tau Theta MATTHEW FURZE Lead Law Association PAUL BAKEWELL Plankinton Beta Theta Pi Inter-fraternity council Dakotans Law Association Howling Hundred Phi Delta Phi ROBERT BUCK Madison Phi Delta Theta Scabbard and Blade Dakotans Law Association Basketball DWIGHT CAMPBELL, .li Pierre Phi Delta Theta - Law Association Phi Delta Phi ORVlL EKSE Oldham x HARRY T. FULLER Aberdeen Beta Theta Pi Student Senate Law Association Howling Hundred Phi Delta Phi HENRY A. GIEDD Avon Delta Theta Phi Scabbard and Blade Law Association Junior Lo nior Lo VERNON J. HECKMAN Pekin, Ill. Phi Delta Theta Theta Alpha Phi Law Association ' Strollers AREND E. LAKEMAN Java Law Association Band Philosophy Club AVERY MALORY Lennox Philosophy club Law Association Phi Tau Theta KERMIT NORBECK Vermillion Phi Delta Theta Law Association PATRICK O'LEARY Timber Lake Delta Theta Phi Low Association CHARLES E. RONAN Fort Pierre Delta Theta Phi Law Association Howling Hundred R. O. T. C. JOHN B. SHULTZ Sioux Falls Phi Delta Theta Law Association Coyote, Business Manager Phi Delta Phi Board of Publications HENRY KRAMER Brookings Law Association Bartlett Tripp Law Club SIDNEY LEVY Tracy, Minn. Law Association Band Bartlett Tripp Law Club R. O. T. C. H. E. McCLANAHAN Kimball Lambda Chi Alpha Law Association Howling Hundred BERNARD O'CONNOR Vermillion Alpha Tau Omega Law Association Howling Hundred JOSEPH REDMAN Roscoe Law Association ALBERT J. SHAW Pocahontas, la. Delta Theta Phi Vl NCENT STRAUCH Brentford Law Association W O C I O O I O O I Vl NCENT ANTLE DeSmet Delta Tau Delta Howling Hundred F. CARTER BARTLE Parker Tau Kappa Alpha Law Association Howling Hundred Debate Independent Association DON V. GlBBS Highmore Beta Theta Pi Law Association Howling Hundred Rifle team Phi Eta Sigma HANS H. HOMEYER Eureka Phi Delta Theta lnternational Relations Law Association Basketball Union Assistant EILEEN LACEY Sioux Falls Dakota Hall Law Association Independent Association l.eROY MADSEN lrene Law Association Club THOMAS J. BARRON Flandreau Delta Tau Delta lnter-fraternity council lnternational Relations Band Howling Hundred A cappella choir DAVID GEARHART Vermillion Phi Delta Theta Law Association Phi Delta Phi ROBERT GU NDERSON Centerville Beta Theta Pi Law Association Howling Hundred Phi Delta Phi ROBERT lLSl.EY Vermillion Phi Delta Theta Law Association OLE A. LANDSTAD Dell Rapids Law Association DON MAGNESS St. Lawrence Delta Theta Phi Law Association Club Freshman law -H-is JAMES MAHER Sioux Falls Alpha Tau Omega Law Association MARVIN McMAHON Salem Delta Tau Delta Sociology Club Law Association JOSEPH MORRISON Brookings Law Association Howling Hundred Rifle team ROBERT PHILIP Rapid City Alpha Tau Omega Law Association Phi Delta Phi ROY R l ETZ Aberdeen Law Association Debate Pi Kappa Delta JOSEPH I.. SCHMIT Castlewood Law Association Captain at Cheering Squad President, Independent Association International Relations Club QLJENTI N McKlI.LOP Artesian Delta Theta Phi Law Association MORTON A. MELHAM Watertown Delta Tau Delta Law Association LAWRENCE C. MORRISSEY Sioux Falls Phi Delta Theta JAMES REGAN Madison Phi Delta Theta Howling Hundred JOYCE SARVER Aberdeen Delta Delta Delta Law Association JAMES H. SOON Canton Delta Theta Phi Law Association Freshman law SCHGCDL CDF MEDICINE 1 MERRITT AULD Plankinton Beta Theta Pi THOMAS BRODERICK Burlingame, Calif. Phi Chi Medical Association MARVIN CALMENSON Aberdeen GEORGE B. GREEN Sioux Ealls Beta Theta Pi Medical Association MELVIN C. HIGGINS Mitchell Beta Theta Pi RIEBER C. HOUDE Davenport, Ia. Medical Association FRED L, BLAIR Vermillion Medical Association Sigma Pi WILLIAM BRUNER Aberdeen Phi Delta Theta HENRY FISHER Springfield Phi Chi Medical Association RAYMOND F. GROVE Dell Rapids Beta Theta Pi Medical Association ARNOLD H. HOI-IF Worthing .IOHN PAUL JONES Mitchell Senior Medicine EVERETT KIRCH ' Mitchell SELMER LOKEN ' Pierpont Secretary, Medical Association HAROLD J. MADSEN Sioux City, la. Phi Chi Medical Association CLARK W. SEELEY Sioux Falls Phi Chi A Inter-fraternity council Medical Association F. RAY WILLIAMS Wa konda Sigma Nu CLIFFORD F. LAKE 7 Vermillion Kappa Sigma Phi Chi Dakotans Student Senate Medical Association JACK LUTZ Java Phi Chi Medical Association C. J. PINARD Gary ROBERT E. VAN DEMARK Alexandria Phi Chi Medical Association Senior Medicine ROBERT C. BLISS Mitchell Beta Theta Pi DWIGHT S, DANBURG Miller Sigma Alpha Epsilon ARNaLo aoun Little Valley, N. Y. Lambda Chi Alpha ROBERT I. HOWLETT Sioux Falls Phi Chi JOHN T, SMILEY Mt. Vernon Lambda Chi Alpha HARRY B. CAMPBELL Presho Kappa Sigma Medical Association Asst. in State Health Lab W. A. FLAHERTY Spokane, Wash. Phi Chi ROBERT B. HENRY Flandreau Delta Tau Delta Phi Chi Medical Association ROBERT J. MURPHY Bristol Phi Chi Inter-fraternity council Medical Association G. JULIUS WILLIAMS Artesian Lambda Chi Alpha Phi Eta Sigma - - - - - - - Freshman Medicine 7 Von Seggern, Thurow, Freose, Goble Bernord, Bokewell, Ful!er, Seeley Moulton, Barron, Jordon, Drew, Bohonnon Gunderson, McDowell, Murphy, Moucn, Morlyst FRATERNITY REPRESENTATIVES PHI DELTA THETA JULIUS BERNARD ........................... THOMAS JORDAN SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON LAWRENCE VON SEOOERN ....,.,.. . ....,.,.. JOHN MCDOWELL BETA TH ETA PI PAUL BAKEWELL ................ . .............. HARRY FULLER LAMBDA CHI ALPHA THOMAS DREW .............................,... LEWIS GABLE DELTA TAU DELTA JASPER MOULTON ................... . ....... THOMAS BARRON ALPHA TAU OMEGA RALPH MAUQH ......,............,.,...... BERNARD MARLYST KAPPA SIGMA RUSSELL EREAZE ................,....... DONALD BOHANNAN DELTA THETA PHI HAROLD THUROW ....................... HARVEY GUNDERSON PHI CHI CLARK SEELEY .....,. ............ . ......... R OBERT MURPHY lnIerfrOIerniIy Council FrOIerniIieS - - - Phi Delia Theta Aasness, Barber, Bernard, Bruner, Buck, Campbell, Case Clarke, Clirilcer, Cox, Davis, Donahue, Dunham, Gearhart Gira, Heckman, Hoherz, Homeyer, Hueners, llsley, Jepson i848-Founded at Miami University, I , ,I 1906-South Dakota Alpha chapter established. I ACTIVES 5el1i0l'S Juniors WAYNE BARBER JAMES CLARK JULIUS BERNARD DAVE GEARHART WILLIAM BRUNER 'ggggfghl ITQFEQQZ ROBERT BUCK GEORGE JEPSON DWIGHT CAMPBELL ROBERT MOORE CLETUS CLINKER RICHARD SUNKEL LARRY DAVIS HANS HOMEYER Svvhomvres THOMAS JORDAN FRED GAYNOR GEORGE MARCH ARTHUR HUENERS JOHN B. SHLJLTZ DORIAN LAVIER JOE LIVAK CHARLES SEDGEWICK Inoctives VERNON HECKMAN KERMIT NORBECK A LEM OVERPECK JAMES TOBIN - - - - - - - - - l:raTerrIITIes Phi Delto , Tlweto Jordon, Kelley, Lone, Lovier, Livok, Merch, McLane O Letler, Lewis, McNickle, McNickle, Nordgren, Ogbom, Reynolds Souvoge, Sedgewick, Scltuber, Shultz, Sunkle, Steffen, Stordohl OFFICERS ' P 'd t Juli S B rnord res: en ..... ........... ..... u e Secretory ..... ..... J ohm Shultz Treasurer .... ..... L em Overpeck PLEDGES Juniors Freshmen ROBERT DUNHAM BUD AASNESS LAWRENCE MORRISSEY JAMES REGAN GEORGE CASE JOE DONAHUE Sonlwmvfes WESLEY KELLEY DELMAR COX LESLIE LANE BERNARD GlRA CLEVELAND MCLANE GENE MCGlN'l'Y WILERID OSTERHAUS RUSSEL SAUVAGE ASl-lER PAY DONALD STORDAI-lL WILLIAM SCl-IUBER JAMES TOBIN OSCAR STEFFEN Frclternltles - - - - - - - . . Skyna Pdpbo EpsHon Abdnor, Bartron, Beall, Beck, Bixby Bjornsrud, Danburg, Dee Carr, Evans, Forney Goodhope, Jacobs, Jorgensen, Marshall, McCord I856-Founded at University of Alabama. i9i I-South Dakota Sigma chapter established. I ACTIVES Seniors LOUIS SCANLAN CLIFFORD BJORNSRUD ROBERT WALLBAUM VAN DEE CORR h CARROLL ooooiwope So" """'es KARL SNYDER JOSEPH ABDNOR ROBERT STEWART BERL JORGENSEN JOHN MCDOWELL JOSEPH MARSHALL ,union ROBERT MCCORD SIDNEY JACQBS LAWRENCE VON SEGGERN WILLIAM PETERSON HENRY 'I-AIVIMEN - - - - - - - - - Fraternities Skyna Alpha EpsHon McKenzie, Morgan, C. Peterson, W. Peterson, Ramsdell Scanlon, Schenk, Schultz, Snyder, Stewart I-I. Tammen, W. Tammen, Von Seggern, Wallbaum, Walker Q, President ....... ............... ...... V a n Dee Carr Emi Vice-President .... ........... ..... C I ifford Bjornsrud Secretary ....... ...... R obert McCord Treasurer ..... ..... J oseph Marshall Juniors Freshmen D IGHT DANBUR HAROLD BECK W G ORVIS BIXBY GENE PRUITT WALTER EVARS GORDON FOR EY 5"P"""""eS GRANT HECKENLIVELY HARRY BARTRON BURTON MCKENZIE WILLIAM MILLER EARL BIHLMEYER TRAVIS MORGAN CHARLES PETERSEN LEONARD RAMSDELL DAN SCI-IENK WILLARD TAMMEN GENE SCHU,-TZ LEWIS WALKER LEON BEALL Fraternities - - - - - - - . . Beta Theta Pi Anderson, Auld, R. Bakewell, P. Bakewell, Best, Bliss, Brick Brookman, Carrnody, Chausee, Clayton, Cramer, Craney, Donohue Dougherty, Ecklund, Farmer, Fuller, Gibbs, Green I839-Founded at Miami University I9I2--Gamma Alpha Chapter established at South Dakota. ACTIVES Seniors ROBERT BLISS PHILLIP ANDERSON HARRY FULLER MERRITT AULD JOHN QUIRK EMMET DOUGHERTY PUTNAM SPAULDING JOHN FARMER MELVIN HIGGINS Soohomoros WILLIAM KUHN ROBERT REYNOLDS BRUCE BROOKMAN CHARLES SMITH JOHN BUSHFIELD GEORGE GREEN DQNAI-D 31335 Juniors ROBERT GUNDERSON PAUL BAKEWELL ROBERT LAMONT ROBERT BAKEWELL ROBERT VIK - - - - - - - - - Fraternities 1 Beto Theto Pi Grove, Gunderson, Holgrims, Higgins, Johnson, Kuhn, Lomont Letler, Lewis, McNickIe, McNic:kle, Nordgren, Ogborn, Reynolds Sloter, Smith, Sooulding, Swisher, Vik, Young President ....... ........... ...... H o rry Fuller Vice-President ..... ..... P ou! Bokewell Secretory ..... .... R obert Bliss Treasurer. . . ..... Chories Smith Seniors Freshmen RAY GROVE JAMES BRICK MARVIN MCNICKLE DEAN CHAUSEE Juniors RICHARD CRANEY PARNELL DONOHUE HENRY CRAMER LAUREN LEWIS WALLACE ECKLUND ROBERT OGBORN THOMAS HALGRIMS sophomores ROBERT HORNBECK JQEL HAGGARDT ADOLPH W. LEFLER RICHARD KING LLEWELLYN NORDGREN WILLIAM RYAN BENJAMIN SLATER CLARK SWISHER CLARK YOUNG Froternities - - - - - - - - - Lombdo Chi Alpho Anderson, BiIIors, Buck, Crew, Drew, Edberg, Goble Geppert, Cnold, Hedmon, Herseth, Hilmer, Isockson, Jerde i909-Founded ot Boston University. I9I6-Aipho Gomrno chopter established ot South Dokoto. ACTIVES Seniors ARNOLD GOLD ROBERT BILLARS RAI-PH HIUVIER ALAN DAVIDSQN H. E. MCCLANAHAN Jgggpi-I I-EHMANN LA VERNE RAYBURN LEWIS PICKUP JOHN SIVIII-EY IDRESTQN SQQTT HAROLD WADDELL , JULIUS WILLIAMS Juniors LEE BUCK Sophomores PHILLIPS CREW RAYMOND JONES THOMAS DREW LESLIE KNOTT LEWIS GABLE BLUFORD LIGHT LEO GEPPERT ARTHUR VON ROHR - - - - - - - - - F r o I e r n t I lambda C hi i Al pha Jones, Knott, Lehmann, Light, G. Olson, Oi Olsen, Pickup McClanahan, Rayburn, Scott, Smiley, VonRohr, Waddell, Williams OFFICERS ,,i President ....... ............... ..... P r eston Scott J Vice-President .... .......... . . ..... Lewis Gable A Secretary ..... ....... L ewis Pickup Treasurer. . . ..... Joseph Lehmann PLEDGES Sophomores ROBERT HEDMAN RICHARD ANDERSON EVERETT HERSETH BERNARD JERDE MARVIN I-OE CHARLES ISACKSON Freshmen ORLAND OLSEN ROLLAND EDBERG GEARHART OLSON Fraternities - - - - - - - Della Tau Della Antle, Barron, W. Brandon, J. Brandon, Brisbine, Chapman, Chrislol Crawford, Crow, Gilman, Hainer, Hart, Henry, Hetland Hoyne, Ingalls, Jackson, Krage, Kelley, Lenhardt l8S9- Founded at Bethany College, Bethany, W, Va. V924-Della Gamma chapter established at South Dakota, ACTIVES Seniors THOMAS BRlSBlNE HARVEY CROW ROBERT HOYNE ROBERT MAY ROBERT MElSENHOLDER MORTON MELHAM JASPER MOULTON WALTER SARLETTE Juniors THOMAS BARRON ROBERT HENRY LAUREL LILLIBRIDGE MARVIN MCMAHON JOHN PRESCOTT NEWTON WESSMAN Sophomores WILLIAM BRANDON MAX CHRISTOL ROBERT CRAWFORD RUSSELL GILMAN STEPHEN KELLEY Fralern I Delta Tau Delta Lillibridge, May, McMahon, Meisenholder, Mellciam, Moulton, Muchow D Nelson, R. Nelson, Prescott, Ryan, Sorlette, Schmidt, Sctivvortkopt Strain, Sturges, Taylor, Tice, Walsh, Wessman OFFICERS President ........ ......... . .... . ..... R obert May Vice-President ....... .... M orton Melham Secretory-Treasurer .... .... R obert Hoyne PLEDGES Juniors JACK HAINER VINCENT ANTLE VINCENT HART HERMAN SCHWARTKOPF MAYNARD INSALLS Sonhomores MERWIN JACKSON EUGENE HETLAND ROBERT MUCHOW ROBERT KRAGE DEAN NELSON ROBERT LENHARDT GEQRGE SCHMIDT ROBERT NELSON cHARLES STRAIN GLEN RYAN eERAuLo stuiaecs Freshmen EUGENE TAYLOR JACK BRANDON HOWARD TICE JACK CHAPMAN ROBERT WALSH Fraternities - - - - - - - - - Alpha Tau O m eg a Aldrich, Anderson, Atwater, Barr, Berry, Binger, Bowman Dow, DuBois, Durkin, Geary, Glaze, Gleason, l-leeren l86'5-Founded at Virginia Military Institute. l926-Delta Upsilon chapter established at South Dakota. ACTIVES Seniors JAMES MAl-lER RAY Al-DRICH BERNARD O'CONNOR EDWIN I-EER ROBERT PHILIP IVAN LIGGETT RALPH MAUCH 5"'P"""'0'eS GLENN MCGOWAN LLOYD ATVVATER JACK POOLE LESTER HEEREN , GLENN HEIDEPRIEM J""""s wiLLiAivi HUNT WILSON GEARY PAUL JOOSTEN MINER GLEASON DON MANNING EDWARD KROUPA BERNARD MARLYST - - - - - - - - - Fraternities l-leidepriem, Hunt, Joosten, Leer, Liggett, Maher, Manning Marlyst, Mauch, McGowan, O'Connar, Philip, Poole, Stidworthy, Vilhauer OFFICERS President ....... ......... . ..... Ralph Mauch . Vice-President .... ..... L ,, ..... ..... R obert Phillip Secretary-Treasurer. ........ .... G lenn McGowan PLEDGES Seniors CARL ANDERSON CONRAD BARR Juniors DARYL DU BOIS Sophomores WALTER DOW JOHN DURKIN RONALD STIDWORTHY JONAS VILHAUER Freshmen RICHARD BERRY MILTON BINGER DONALD BOWMAN Alpha Tau Omega Fraternities Kappa S i Q m a i Bohannan, Campbell, Carson, Christen, Feuerhelm Fowler, Frease, Gunthorp, l-larmison, Kent i869-Founded at the University of Virginia. .f S . i926--Delta Iota chapter established at South Dakota. E ACTIVES Graduates RODNEY MANSON DON FGWLER THOMAS VENABLES ' Juniors 5e"""S DONALD BOHANNON MARVIN CARSON RUSSELL FREASE JOSEPH FEUERHELM 5o,,,,,,,,,o,es GENE HARMISON JQHN KENT CLIFFORD LAKE ALVIN NELSON - - - - - - - - - Fraternities Kappa S i Q m a Keown, Kepp, Lake, Manson, Nelson Petersen, Ralph, Redden, Venables OFFICERS President ....... ............... ..... R o dney Manson li' Vice-President .... ..... J oseph Feuerhelm Secretary ....... ......... J onn Kent Treasurer ..... ..... D onald Bohannan PLEDGES Seniors Sophomores HERBERT CHRISTEN PON KEPWN Freshmen Juniors WARD KEPP JOHN RALPH SETH GUNTHORP DON PETERSEN Fraternities - - - - - - - - - iw! Sl! Delta Theta Phi F. Anderson, S. Anderson, Bentley, Flynn Giedd, Gunderson, Hudek, Lindeman 91 E d d at l 3- oun e at icago. i904-Harlan Senate established at South Dakota. ACTIVES Senior Law CHARLES RONAN HARVEY GUNDERSON LELAND STODDARD JOHN l-YONS Freshman Law GERRW REN5 Louis HERMAN HAROLD Tl-IUROW DON MAGNESS Junior Law QUEESRQ lglHllil55lLLOP SIGURD ANDERSON FRANCIS DUNN - Junlofs HENRY GIEDD ' FRANK ANDERSON PATRICK O'LEARY - ARTHUR HUDEK . - - - - - - - - Fraternities Delto Them L so Phi Lyons, Mogness, McKiIIop, O'Leory Rens, Ronon, Show, Sogn, Thurow OFFICERS President ......... ..,........... .... P o trick O'Leory A Vice-President ......... .... H orvey Gunderson Secretory-Treosurer .... .... F ronk Anderson PLEDGES Sophomores DANIEL FLYNN HILDRED DYKSTRA H AARON UNDERMANN JO NSTON JEFFERIES Freshmen CHRIS MORTENSON CRUTHIS BENTLEY JAMES SOGN Froternltues - - - - - - - - - gr Phi i ' Barr, Billion, Broderick, Flaherty W. Hart, D. Hart, Henry, Jorgensen i889-Founded at the University of Vermont. l92l-Sigma Delta chapter established at South Dakota. ACTIVES Seniors Juniors NRAD BA VICTOR JORGENSEN CO RR ROBERT MURPHY THOMAS BlLL'0N HAROLD SCHULTZ THOMAS BRODERlCK senior Arts CLIFFORD LAKE ALBERT GOLZ JACK LU-VZ Sophomores CLARK SEELEY WILLIAM HART ROBERT VANDEMARK EDGAR JACKSON - - - - - - - - - Fraternities Lake, Lutz, Madsen, Murphy Seeley, Schad, Schultz, Vandemark OFFICERS ...' ,U President ....... .......... .... ...... C I a ,rk Seeley Vice-President . .. ..... .Robert Murphy Secretary ....... ..... T homas Broderick Treasurer .... ........ J ack Lutz PLEDGES Seniors ROBERT HENRY HAROLD MADSEN Freshman Arts Freshman Medics DQNALD HART WILFRED FLAHERTY CALVIN SCHAD Phil T Fraternities --------. Phi Ta u Theta Anderson, BartIett, Brooks, Brugger, Burney, Carson Eubanks, Fanning, Fosse, Hater, Kougl, Mailory I925-Founded at University of Iowa. I925-Gamma chapter estabiished at South Dakota. I ACTIVES Graduates REX EUBANKS ROLAND MARQUARDT GAROLD WARNER ARTHUR SCHOLTEN MORTON WENDT MARVIN SCOTT Sophomores Seniors EDWIN BARTLETT ROBERT FOSSE JOHN HOFER LORING MCGEE JUUIOVS CARTER BARTLE DONALD BURNEY GERRIT RENS WILLIAM MCLAUGHLIN PRESTON SCOTT - - - - - - - - - Fraternities Morquordt, Matson, McGee, McLoughlin, Miller, Poulson Scholten, Scott, Stillwell, Throne, Warner, Wendt, Wince OFFICERS President ....... ............... .... V e rnon Brugger Vice-President .... ..... G orner Fanning Secretory ...... ....... R eng Eubonks Treosurer .... ..... S ydney Anderson Phi Tou Theto Froternities --------- - Ewing, Townsend, Bratsberg Trebor, Nelson, Burgi, Martens Martin, Charleston, Losleben, Buck SORORITY REPRESENTATIVES ALPHA XI DELTA PHYLLIS BRATSBERG ......... . ............ VERDA CHARLESTON KAPPA ALPHA TI-IETA KATHERINE MARTENS ........................ ALICE LOSLEBEN ALPHA PHI DOROTHY JANE TREEoR ...................... ELAINE MARTIN CHI OMEGA PHYLLIS BURGI ................................ BERNICE BUCK PI BETA PHI COSETTE EWING ............... . ........... RUTH RADSCHLAG DELTA DELTA DELTA WI NIFRED TOWNSE ND ......................... EDITH NELSON Panhellenic Council 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 o 0 Alpha Xi Delta Bratsberg, Brisbine, Carlson, Cassidy, Charleston Christen, Craford, Dahl, Donnelly, I-lepner i893-Founded at Lombard College. i908-Epsilon Chapter established at South Dakota. Seniors VERDA CHARLESTON DOROTHY DONNELLY Juniors h Pl-lYLLlS BRATSBERG ACTIVES IONE MANNING Sophomores JEAN BRISBINE AGNES CASSIDY Pl-lYLl.lS HEPNER . . . . . . . . . Sgrgriti Kinning, Moore, NeIson, Peterson, Plut , Riley, Sheeley, Stark, Ullery President .......... Vice-President. . . Secretary ........ Treasurer .... Juniors RHEA CHRISTEN MAUREEN RILEY Sophomores JUNE CRAFORD FRANCES MOORE FAITH PETERSON OFFICERS PLEDGES . . . . ,Verda Charleston .. . . . .Jean Brisbine ...Dorothy Donnelly . . . . .Phyllis Hepner Freshmen GLADYCE CARLSON LORRAINE DAHL MARJORIE KINNING HELEN NELSON KATHERINE PLUT MARIAN SHEELEY LEONE STARK DOROTHY ULLERY Alpha xi I Delia rgrifigg . . . . . . . . . Ko p p o AI p Ii o Thefo Adoms, G, Anderson, H. Anderson, Berry, Brown, Coholon Dunlop, Erickson, Ferrier, Grimes, Hordy, Hore Hortmon, Jocobson, Jormuth, Jordon, Lowson 1870--Founded ot De Pouw University. I9I2-Alpho Rho chopter estobhshed ot South Dokoto. ACTIVES Seniors ELIZABETH GRIMES ELIZABETH ADAMS QL? DOROTHY HARTAAAN U H MARC-LA HARDY BETTY ROYHL KATHARINE MARTENS MARGARET REMPFER 5"P"""""eS MYRA ROSELAND HELEN ANDERSON MARGARET SCHLOSSER MARY DUNLAP JUNE JACOBSON JUNIOVS ALTA MAPLE MARY ALICE CAHALAN VIVIAN MURPHY HELEN FERRIER SHIRLEY REYNOLDS 0 o o o 0 0 0 0 0 S 0 r O r' I I Kappa Alpha Tlfieia Losleben, Maple, K. Martens, R, Martens, Mee, Meisenholder ' Murphy, Murray, Pariiman, Rernpfer, Reynolds, Roseland Roylfil, Schlosser, Sleep, Smith, Whittemore OFFICERS President ....... . . .. ............ ..... K atharine Martens Vice-President ..... ........... ...... M y ra Roseland Secretary ....... ..... D orothy Hartman Treasurer ..... ....... R uth Martens PLEDGES Juniors Freshmen BERKELY BERRY GWENDOLYN ANDERSON BETTY BROWN ALFREDA SLEEP GUNI-lll.DE ERICKSON MARY LEONE sMiTH DALLAS JARMUTH MIRIAM JORDAN PATRICIA MEE Svphomvres LGIS MEISENHOLDER , CATHERINE MURRAY JEAN LAWSON BETTY WHITTEMORE I' Q If I T Q S o o 0 0 0 0 0 0 o Alpho Phi Borber, Blonkenburg, Bowers, Brecikerboumer, Conon, Ericson Jones, Kendoll, Knox, Lorson, Lothrop, Leikvold Philip, Sutter, Tobin, Treber, Wolton I872-Founded ot the University of Syrocuse. i920-Psi choorer estoblished or South Dokoto. ACTIVES Graduates A JEAN PHILIP EDNA Al-'QE CLARK BETTY COCI-IRAN TOBIN ooRoTHY JANE TREBER CLEOLA WILLIAMSON GLEN VVALZ Sophomores J""i0fS MARY MARoo GIRA LOUISE BRECKERBAUMER LORRAINE GRANT FLORENCE HERTI-IER l-IELEN I-IULING VERNA HOLST KATI-IRYN KE NDALL LEORA LARSON MARGARET KNOX ELAINE MARTIN DORIS LATI-IROP MIRIAM MINTENER MANSON GERTRUDE WILLIAMSON - - - - - - - - - S o r o r i I i Giro, Gronf, Herther, Holst, Huling, Jewell Monson, Mortin, McForlond, Morrison, Norbeck,-Poxson Wolz, Wermerskirchen, C. Williomson, G. Williornson, Zinn President ....... Vice-President .... Secretory ....... Treosurer ..... As. XA Graduate RUTH PAXSON Juniors DOROTHY BARBER ELAINE HOLLAND HELEN NORBECK MADELINE WERMERSKIRCHEN Sophomores HELEN ERICSON BETTY MORRISON OFFICERS .....................Dorotl'1y lone Treber . .... ...... M oriom Mintener ........Morgoret Knox .... .Cleolo Williomson PLEDG ES Freshmen AGNES BLANKENBURG HELEN BOWERS OWEN CANON .IEANNE JEWELL HELEN JONES ELLEN MCFARLAND MAXINE NOLT MAXINE SUTTER CLELLA WALTON SUSAN ZINN ANNADELL LEIKVOLD Alplio Plwi O O O O C O O O O Chi Omega Adkins, Artley, Askew, Bolliet, Bioir, Buck Bue-hier, Burgi, Colvin, Donnenworth, Eystod, Grey 1895-Founded ot the University of Arkonsos. Q T924-Upsilon Gamma chapter established ot South Dokotci. s Seniors PHYLLIS BURGi LUCILE HAMM DOROTHY MCDONALD EDNA NELSON Juniors GWENNETI-I ARTLEY BERNICE BUCK ACTIVES Nik Af ,- .-M R 5, -1 NEVA BUEHLER RUTH MCCORD MARY ROBERTSON Sophomores GRACE COLVI N LAVONNE GRAY NONA MILLER MAURINE PITT . . . . . . . . . S Q roriti Homm, King, McCord, Mc:Dono!d, Miller, Nelson Norbeck, Pitt, Robertson, Snouse, Wonoijnoker, Yeondle OFFICERS President ....... ......... . ..... ..... M o ry Robertson Vice-President .... ........... ...... E d no Nelson Secretory ..... .... G wenneth Artley Treosurer ..... ...... N ono Miller PLEDGES Juniors MARGUERITE ASKEW BARBARA BLAIR CAROL KING Sophomores GERALD! NE ADKI NS FRANCINE BALLIET ELSIE DONNENWORTH GERMAINE EYSTAD LORENE NORBECK HARRIET WANAMAKER EDITHE YEANDLE Chii Ornego rgritieg . . . . . . . . . A Pi etc Phi Burnett, Barrett, Belson, Bernou, Chiesmon, Colvin, Coomes Dresselhys, Duff, Ewing, Grittiri, V. Holl, V. Holl, Hervey I867-Founded ot Monmouth College. I927--South Dakota Aiphu chapter established, ACTIVES Seniors Juniors RUTH BARNETT ALLENE CHIESMAN KATHERINE COLVIN VIVIAN HARVEY HELEN LACEY GERDA MCCLINTIC DOROTHY PIER VIOLET HALL RUTH RADSCHLAG ELIZABETH REMPFER Sophomores BETTY DUFF . COSETTE EWING MARY CATHERINE GRIFFIN VIRGINIA RUHE FRANCES SINNING - - - - - - - - - Sororities Pi eta Phi Hecker, Jenkinson, Lacey, Lawrence, Mcfllintic, Pier, Radschlag Rempter, Rune, Sinning, Sparks, Stewart, Wilson President ........ ............. . .. .... Vivian Harvey Vice-President ..... ...... . ..... ..... R u th Barnett Secretary ...... ...... K atherine Colvin Treasurer. . . ...... Aliene Chiesman Seniors Freshmen YVONNE BELSON MARY 3ARRE-VT Juniors VIRGINIA BERNAU VIOLA HALL VIRGINIA COOMES sophomores LOIS DRESSELHYS BETTY HECKER ELIZABETH SPARKS EILEEN JENKINSON JANE STEWART NELLIE LAWRENCE CLAIRE WILSON r Q r I t I Q 5 . . . . . . . . . Delta Delta Delta Albertson, Backrnan, Bies, Carter, Clarke Cox, Cusick, Fiory, E. Hagen, R, Hagen Hays, Hoter, E. Hron, N, Hron, Johnson T888--Founded at Boston University, T932-Theta Chi chapter established at South Dakota. Si4"""'!'6 ACTIVES Seniors Sophomores MINNIE LUTZ ELIZABETH HOFER VIRGINIA CARTER FRANCES JOHNSON KAY STEWART CLARKE EDITH HAGEN RUTH HAGEN Juniors NEVA JO HRON JOYCE SARVER MARY ALBERTsoN EDWH NELSON FLORENCE CLARKSON COX MAESEL SROKA U ' I O l I O I U S 0 r. O r- i T E Kline, Lehner, A. Lutz, M. Lutz, Marks Meierstein, Nelson, Price, Sarver, Schott Shuetz, Sroka, Sternburg, Townsend, West Vice-President. . . Secretary ....... Treasurer ...... Juniors MARIE BIES MIRIAM KLINE Sophomores MILDRED FLORY JANE I-IAYS ADELINE LUTZ GAY MARKS President ........ OFFICERS ....FIorence Clarkson . ... .....Winitred Townsend PLEDGES ......Maesel Sroka . . . . .Edith Nelson LUCILLE PRICE JULIE SCI-IOTT Freshmen DOROTHY CUSICK ELEANOR I-IRON DOROTHY MEIERSTEIN ALICE SI-IUETZ VERDA STERNBURG Delta Delta Delta 0 0 o 0 0 o 0 0 I Koippo 1 Phi is Aitchison, A.Anderson, A.Anderson, Bombos, Brooks, Cox, Dorling, Drcifohl Giedt, Glissendorf, Griggs, Hinchliff, Hitchell, Krorner, Lomberton, Motson McCoy, McDonald, McGee, Shouse, Steffen, Sternburg, Swedburg, Weigond T916-Founded ot University of Konsos. T926-Rho cihopter established ot South Dokoto. OFFICERS President ......... ........... .......... L o is Shouse Vice-President ..... . . .Morgoret DeWitt Secretory ....... . .Dorothy McDonald Treosurer ......... .... G Iodys Hinchliff ACTIVES PLEDGES Graduates Seniors AUSTRID ANDERSGN LOIS GIEDT MARGRET DeWlTT Juniors S FERN STILES FRANCES 3RQ0KS VIOLET HITCHELL Sgphgmgfes . AGNES LAMBERTON 5e"'0'S QRETA MCCOY DOROTHY DARLING BETH STEFFEN GLADYS HINCHLIFF Freshmen ESQQTQLQQCDONALD iiiioreemexe AITCHISON Junigrg vviiemfx eraiees ,'Q',ENE'iTQXfVr,CfF'g'S5END0RF , RUTH MATSON S0p"o"""e5 VERDA sTERNBuRe ELNORA DRAFAHL ZONA XNEIGAND ' - - - - - - - - S o r o r i t i Adams, Antony, Baker, Bambas, Bartels, Berry, Bies, Callahan, Carlson, Carnicle Cox, Doolittle, Evenson, Gibson, Grant, l-litchell, Keene, Lacey, Lamberton, Luker Matson, Riemath, Riley, Schmit, Shuetz, Sparks, Steffen, Sternburg, Thoene, Traskey President ........ OFFICERS . . . . .Maude Adams Dakota Hall Vice-President ..... ..... M ary Troskey Secretary ...... ...... . . . .Marjorie Evenson Treasurer ..... ............... B eth Steffen Matron ..... .... M iss Charlotte Noteboom MEMBERS Seniors Sophomores HELEN CAI-LAHAN GERALDlNE GIBSON STELLA CARNICLE LORRN NE GRANT MARIAN SCHMIT AGNES LAMBER-l-ON LOIS SHQUSE MILDRED RIEMATH BETH STEFFEN Juniors MARY TROSKEY MAUDE ADAMS Freshmen MARE BlE5 MARY ANTONY VIOLET HITCHELL MARIAN BAKER ELIZABETH KEENE HELEN BAMBAS EILEEN LACEY ALICE BARTELS LYDIA LUKER GLADYCE CARLSON MAUREEN RILEY DQROTHY CQX D a lco t a l-l a l l - - - . . . . . . 5 East Hall Adams, Adkins, Aitchison, Bailey, Balliet, Barnett, Bernau, Boekelheide Brodsky, Bratton, Broline, Browne, Buehler, Coates, Coomes, Cratord Curtis, Daniels, Eystad, Fessel, Flemming, Glissendort, Hansen, Hare President ....... Vice-President ..... Secretary ....... Treasurer. . . Matron. . . Graduates HELEN BROWNE Seniors ELIZABETH ADAMS RUTH BARNETT FERN HANSEN HELEN KOHLER GUENNETH SIDLE OFFICERS MEMBERS . . . . .Norma Lewis . . . . .Helen Kohler . . . . .Georgia Pickup ....... . . .Margaret Schmees . . . .Mrs. Gladys Simmons Juniors EMMA FESSEL EUNICE FLEMMI NG CAROL KING LEORA LARSON NORMA LEWIS ALFREDA SLEEP . . . . . . . . .Eggtl-lgll OSI ,ECDL I-Ia II Jenkinson, Johnson, King, Kohler, Larson, Lawrence, Lewis, Leyse Lyons, Mitchell, Murray, Opliger, Pickup, Porter, Schmees, Sidle Sleep, Ullery, Walton, Wanamaker, Weigand, Wood, Wright, Zabel Sophomores GERALDI NE ADKI NS ARLETTA BAILEY FRANCI NE BALLIET EUNICE BROLINE NEVA BUEI-ILER FERN COATES JUNE CRAFORD MAXI NE DANIELS HELEN JANE I-IARE EILEEN JENKINSON NELLIE LAWRENCE LOIS OPLIGER GEORGIA PICKUP DORIS PORTER MARGARET SCI-IMEES MEMBERS Freshmen FLORENCE AITCI-IISON VIRGINIA BERNAU LEONE BOEKELI-IEIDE FLOY BRATTON MARY BRODSKY VIRGINIA COOMES MARY ALICE CURTIS GERMAI NE EYSTAD I-IENRIETTA GLISSENDORF LOIS JOHNSON I-IELEN LEYSE MAXI NE LYONS BETTY MITCHELL CATI-IERI NE MURRAY DOROTI-IY ULLERY CLELLA WALTON I-IARRIET WANAMAKER ZONA WEIGAND MARI NEL WOOD CORLET WR IGI-IT LUCIL ZABEL S tl-IQII . . ..... . . r N SCHWARTZ KOPF RAY R . SAUVACSE Varsity Football SOUTH DAKOTA-34 YANKTON COLLEGE-O The first game of the season turned out to be a very satisfactory revela- tion to both coach and followers of the Coyotes. The green, light and very youthful varsity eleven demonstrated in the Yankton game that a great deal of power could be generated when properly directed. Yankton's Greyhounds were not able to cope with the versatile attack presented by the Gamagemen. The whole Coyote eleven worked smoothly and effectively with the veteran Clinker handling the quarterbacking in good shape. SOUTH DAKOTA-7 ILLINOIS WESLEYAN-6 Illinois Wesleyan proved to be the first tough opposition for the Coyotes, but the Illinois Methodists could not match the power of their Dakota rivals. Wesleyan scored first when a series of passes in the third quarter put the ball on the 4-yard line from whence Kaska plunged to the goal. The Coyotes came back almost immediately and scored when Billy Ryan by some brilliant open field running produced a touchdown. Freddie Ray made the extra point. Dow, Ray, Ryan, Haugen and Clinker deserve special mention for their play in this game. Oliver and Kaska for the Wesleyan eleven also played well. IOWA-47 SOUTH DAKOTA-2 The University's invasion of the Big Ten arena proved fatal when the Coyotes lost to lowa by a top-heavy score. Dick Crayne and Ozzie Simmons were too much for the inexperienced sophomores who tackled the Hawkeyes. The University did score, however, when a punt was blocked deep in lowa territory and the ball-carrier tackled back of the goal. Ryan, Dow, Haugen and Sauvage were the Coyote-standouts. 'The Gamagemen gained valuable experience from this game as the results of later games showed. . . . . . . . . . FQQtl3gll Varsity Football NORTH DAKOTA-25 SOUTH DAKOTA-U The Nodak powerhouse proved too much for the Coyotes' fourth start of the season, lt was a case of sheer weight and manpower against which the Coyote fight and speed could not cope. The first quarter was scoreless, but in the second period the Flickertails rushed over I3 points, of which one touchdown came from a pass interception. Charbonneau and Campbell starred for the northerners while the entire Coyote team played well. SOUTH DAKOTA-13 MORNI NGSIDE-l 3 Four periods of thrilling football gave the Coyotes a i3-13 tie with the Maroon rival from Sioux City. So closely contested was the fray that the outcome was a toss-up until the final whistle decided it a tie. Ray and Billy Ryan were outstanding for South Dakota, Ray scoring all the Coyote points. The light University line matched the heavier Maroon forward wall both on defense and offense. Carroll and Graves, Morningside backs, also played well, and together with Clark, used typical Saunderson trick plays that scored enough points to deadlock the game. SOUTH DAKOTA-7 SOUTH DAKOTA STATE-2 Perfect football played on a perfect day could very well be used in char- acterizing the annual feud between the two arch-rivals, State and the University. A large "Dakota Day" crowd saw the tremendous drive and power of a Sophomore football machine stop a heavy State machine led by All-American Paul Miller. The winning score came when Bartron tossed a 20-yard pass to Billy Ryan, who sidestepped and stiff-armed his way to the goal line for a touchdown. Ray made the extra point. Coyote blocking and tackling was some of the best ever seen on lnman Field. Ray, Dow, Ryan, Clinker, Sauvage, McC-intv and Schwartzkopf were outstanding. As a result of the game, "The Little Brown Jug" once more came to rest in Vermillion, a testimonial to a fighting team, backed by a loyal student body. S McNlCKi.E if SEDGW lCK BARTRON iwrtsowisug T HAUGEN AASEN BERGDALE Fggtlggll ......... QSYYQHSRSX A N My C K - .l K -FENQA MUELLER DURNN S . ' KELLEY DNCHARDSONS is Varsity Football SOUTH DAKOTA-l3 OMAHA UNlVERSlTY-6 A week following "Dakota Day," the Coyotes met a new conference rival, Omaha University, and handed the Nebraskans a l3-to-6 defeat, mainly through the efforts of Freddy Ray and "Red" Loe. Both of these youthful Coyotes ran wild on end runs and off-tackle thrusts. Peary, Omaha back, also played a fine game but his teammates lacked the fight and charging power of their Dakota foemen. SOUTH DAKOTA-7 CREIGHTON UNlVERSlTY-6 November 9th found the Coyotes engaging the Creighton "Blueiays" be- fore a large "Atokad Day" crowd in the city of Sioux Falls, The dope pointed to an easy victory for the "Bluejays", but Freddie Ray's 83-yard run for touchdown and subsequent point conversion more than matched Creighton's 6-point credit. The Creighton score followed the blocking of a Coyote punt deep in Dakota territory. Clinker also played well and his generalship from the quarterback post was commendable. Dow, Sauvage and McDowell also performed creditably. NORTH DAKOTA STATE-20 SOUTH DAKOTA-O The last game of the season found the Coyotes battling the North Dakota Bisons at Mitchell, The game was played under adverse conditions and the light Coyote team went down before the heavy "Thundering Herd" from Fargo. May, Olson and Ericcson bore the brunt of the Bison attack and re- peatedly made long runs. Dow, Ray, McGinty and Clinker played best for the Coyotes. It was a disappointment to lose the last game of the season, but, all in all, the current football year has been a real upturn over the last tew seasons. -sFoo tball Basketball Varsity Basketball SOUTH DAKOTA--43 WESTERN UNION-25 The University opened the season with a fairly easy victory over Western Union. The game was a ragged affair, but in spots good basketball was exhibited. Holding a 20-l3 lead the Coyotes opened up in the last half and left the floor with an l8-point margin, Bobby Buck was easily the most polished player on the floor. MCC1inty and Ryan, playing their first varsity game, played aggressive ball as did the veterans, Homeyer and McDowell. C REIGHTON-44 SOUTH DAKOTA-37 Playing their best basketball of the season, the Coyotes held the highly- touted Creighton University team to a 44-37 victory. At a great disad- vantage in every respect except in spirit the Coyotes proved their true fighting hearts. Although never in the lead, the Coyotes stayed close on the heels of th rangy Blueiay quint and were a constant threat. The game was thrill-packed and was easily the outstanding home game of the season. Buck, Ryan, and MCC-iinty were outstanding for the University while Engle- bretson, Mclver and Lomax looked best for Creighton. ' MORNI NC5Sl DE-48 SOUTH DAKOTA-27 In one of the biggest upsets of the year the Maroons, playing great basketball, caught the Coyotes on one of their "off" nights and built up a 24-ll lead at the half. The Maroons increased their lead in the second half as Rosen- berger and his teammates went wild. Bobby Buck again led the Coyote attack with twelve points, but the rest of the Coyote crew could not hit the basket. . NORTH DAKOTA STATE-35 SOUTH DAKOTA-20 Presenting a tall, smooth-working crew of ball handlers, the Bison took a large lead early in the first half, which the Coyotes could not overcome, although they outplayed their northern rivals in the later stages of the game. Anderson, tall center, and Reiners led the Bison crew while Buck dumped in twelve points to pace the Coyotes. SOUTH DAKOTA-4l IOWA STATE TEACHERS-28 The Coyotes opened the conference season with a smashing 4l-28 victory over lowa State Teachers, in their first athletic contest with that school. South Dakota displayed a flashy offense to pile up a 27-t6 lead at the half as McGinty and Buck hit the basket from all angles. Both teams played slower ball the second half and although the Tutors made a determined rally they could not cut down the Coyote margin, Buck with l5 points and McGinty with tO, led the South Dakota team, while McDowell's floorwork was outstanding, Curtis and Tolan led the Tutors. CAPTAIN BUCK HOMEYER D Mqoowsu. RYAN McC1l NTY 1 . ,. l l l l SHREVES Histtfxmp ANDERSON SWlSH ER -Varsity Basketball OMAHA UNIVERSITY-34 SOUTH DAKOTA-33 Losing the first of two heart-breaking games the Coyotes were defeated by Omaha U, 34-33. Rallying to overcome an early deficit the Coyotes, led by the unstoppable Bobby Buck, enjoyed a 20-l6 half-time lead, This advantaae was increased as the second half wore on but a late rally by the Omaha cagersclosed the gap and a last-minute basket by Nelson won the game for the Cardinals. Buck was the most outstanding player on the floor by far, as he scored l'7 points to cop the evening's scoring honors. J IOWA STATE TEACHER'S COLLEGE-27 SOUTH DAKOTA-26 The fighting Coyotes lost another thrilling, but heart-breaking battle the following evening to the lowa State Teachers quint, in an overtime game. South Dakota completely outplayed their rivals in the first half to hold a l4-6 lead, but the Tutors came back strong to finally tie the score in the last minute on a freak shot by Tolan. ln the overtime period the Tutors made a basket while the Coyotes garnered only a free throw, Again Buck was the scintillating star of the game as he tallied ten points, although Curtis, Tutor center, took scoring honors with l2 points. NORTH DAKOTA STATE-35 SOUTH DAKOTA-3l Although the Coyotes battled the Bison evenly for the first ten minutes of the game the taller Bison stepped out to a 22-l2 lead at the half. The Coyotes staged a thrilling last half rally to bring the score to 33-3l but the Bison put another one through the net for their final four-point margin. Reiners and Anderson led the Bison attack while McGinty, Ryan, McDowell, and Buck led the Coyote crew. NORTH DAKOTA UNIVERSITY-46 SOUTH DAKOTA-26 The Nodaks completely outclassed the Coyotes in their first encounter at Grand Forks, as they won, 46-26. The South Dakota team was plainly tired from their hard game at Fargo the night before but made a fine showing against great odds, Birk and Finnegan led the Nodak attack, while Ryan, McGinty, and Buck played great ball for the Coyotes. NEBRASKA-48 SOUTH DAKOTA-27 Playing the rangy Nebraska team at Lincoln the Coyotes played great ball for a half to hold the Cornhuskers to a 2l-l7 lead. But the smaller Coyotes tired in the second half and Nebraska flashed ahead to gain their victory. C. Ryan led the Coyote scoring while Buck's floorwork and ball handling were a feature. NORTH DAKOTA UNIVERSITY-34 SOUTH DAKOTA-24 Starting fast, the Nodaks grabbed a 6-O lead before the Coyotes were able to score. The Nodaks led l4-lO at the half and increased their lead in the second half. Although they battled desperately the smaller South Dakotans were no match for their rangy opponents from the north. Birk and Finnegan again led the Nodaks. Buck and Swisher looked best for the Coyotes. Basketball SOUTH DAKOTA-30 OMAHA UNIVERSITY--29 Bent on defeating the Cardinals, the Coyotes swept to a commanding 23-ll lead at the half. With Bobby Buck leading the parade the Coyotes looked like a great team. But the second half was different. The Oma- hans opened up with a dazzling attack that placed them in striking range although they never tied or headed the fighting Coyotes. Buck led the Coyote attack with nine points. Nelson and Baade looked best for the Cardinals. A SOUTH DAKOTA-37 SOUTH DAKOTA STATE-32 Renewing their old rivalry with the State College Jackrabbits the Coyotes played one of their best games of the season. Starting fast, the Coyotes built up a Zi-i5 half-time lead with Buck and Homeyer both sinking long shots with uncanny accuracy. State made a determined second-half rally but could not overcome the Coyote lead. Buck, Homeyer, and Hetland were the main cogs of the University crew. Herting and Mernaugh paced 'the Rabbits, the former getting l6 points for the evening's scoring honors. MORNI NGS I DE--37 I SOUTH DAKOTA-36 In one of the wildest and roughest games ever played on the Armory floor Morningside defeated the Uni- versity, 37-36. The Coyotes, seeking revenge for an upset earlier in the season, started fast, building up an early lO-4 lead, only to have Morningside tie the score. Then the Coyotes stepped into the lead again and enjoyed a 20-l7 advantage at the half. Bobby Buck started the second half with a long swisher but at this point the Maroons countered with a bombardment on the basket that brought them a 36-28 lead with only minutes left. McGinty and Buck paced the Coyotes as they brought the count up to 36-35 and then both teams, in a wild effort to obtain the ball, committed fouls, and brought the score to 37-36. Twice in the final minute the Coyotes were given chances to tie the score but the ball just wouldn't stay in the basket. This game ended the season for the Coyotes and con- cluded the varsity basketball careers of three men-Johnny McDowell, veteran forward, Howard Shreves, center, and Bobby Buck, undoubtedly the greatest basketball player ever to wear the Red and White for the University of South Dakota. Lillibridge, Scott, Miller, Hall Varsity Track Last year's varsity track team was probably one of the weakest in the history of the University. Few men, with little experience, reported to Coach Hoy at the start of the season and the "gloomy mentor" had a right to be gloomy. No dual meets were scheduled but in the conference meet at Brookings the relay team took second place, and Lillibridge placed fourth in the high hurdles. Four men were awarded letters. They are: Melvin Hall, Laurel Lillibridge, Preston Scott and Jack Miller. Miller was elected captain. Trgglq ......... Frosh Football . Lennon, Fossex, Waddel, Mcliibben, Stroh, Evans, Lane, Smith, lngalls, Forney Berry Everett Steffen, Port, Ramsdell, Alcott, Donohue, Beck, Schmidt, Papik, Papik, Binger Devick Over 50 candidates for the Freshman football squad answered Coach Dan l.ennon's call for men at the opening of the season. As the season progressed, a number of prom- ising players were developed that should be replacement material for the next year's varsity. Three regularly scheduled games were played and the "Pups" took two of them to gain a season's average of .666 per cent. The first of these games was with the Gmaha Uni- versity yearlings, who were beaten 20 to 6. Lennon used every man on the squad in an attempt to get a smooth working combination. Port at fullback was outstanding because of his plunging. The second game was with the Maroon Frosh of Morningside and after a see-saw struggle, ended in the Pups' favor, i2 to 7. Port, Berry, l-leckenlively, and Edberg stood out for the local Frosh. The traditional rivals of the youthful Coyotes, namely, the State College Frosh, handed Lennon's charges a l2-to-O pasting when the two met at Brookings. The extremely cold weather handicapped the yearlings but the State Erosh played heads-up football and capitalized on the breaks. At the end of the season, l-larold Port, husky fullback, was selected as honorary captain. Numerals were granted to the following men: Stroh, Smith, Edberg, Bowman, Lane, Elsberg, Forney, Fosse, Evans, Waddel, Mcliibben, Beck, C. Papik, Cl. Papik, Schmidt, Ramsdell, Donohue, Burns, Binger, l-leckenlively, Schulz, Berry, Port, Kramer, Steffen, Alcott, Devick, and Ingalls. Freshman Athletics Freshman Athletics F Frosh Link, Lane, Osterhaus, Smith, Edburg Ingalls, Berry, Devick, Beck, Hornbeck This year's Coyote Pup squad of basketeers was one of the most outstanding in the history of the University. Composed of a tall, rangy bunch of players, all exceptionally fine ball handlers and good shots, the Frosh were a powerful offensive club as well as ci good defensive team. The season's record proves this, as they lost none of the five games they played. Outstanding was Maynard Ingalls, clever ball handler, who led the team scoring with 70 points, for an average of 14 points per game. Devick, Hornbeck, and Smith also were outstanding. However, every man on the squad played good basketball, and there is every prospect that most of the boys on the squad will develop into good varsity material next year. T Numerals were awarded to Maynard Ingalls, Alvin Devick, Rolland Smith, Wilfred Oster- haus, Dick Berry, Bob Hornbeck, Leslie Lane, Ray Link, Harold Beck, and Rolland Edburg. The season's record: ' University Frosh-255 Morningside Frosh-2l. University Frosh-22, State College Frosh 20. University Frosh-44, Morningside Frosh-29. University Frosh-39, Yankton High School-20. University Frosh-33, Sioux Falls High School-31. Frosh Track Last year's freshman track team was one of the strongest to represent the University in the last several years. Two meets with the Morningside freshmen were held, the Pups winning both meets. The first meet, held at Morningside was won 72 to 52, and the second, held at Inman field, was won 80 to 42. Several prospective varsity runners include Gene Hetland, flashy hurdler and sprinter, Billy Ryan, Clark Swisher, and Red Loe, dash men, Bob Lamont, distance runner, and Von Rohr and Schucknecht, high jumpers. Hetland, one of the most outstanding timber-toppers in South Dakota high school track history, should develop into a' great hurdler. Those who received numerals are: Gene Hetland, Billy Ryan, Marvin Loe, Bob Lamont, Eddie Green, Fred Jongling, Harry Bartron, Arthur Von Ruhr, Harold Schucknecht, Clark Swisher, and Don Boughman. Basketball Phi Delta Theta Baseball Sedgewick, Dunham, Lavier, Moore Burns, Morrissey, Buck, l-leckman, Shuber Phi Delta Theta successfully defended its intramural baseball championship for the second straight year. Presenting a lineup of hard hitters and fast fielders and a fine battery combination in Ilsley and Zehnpfennig, the Phi Delts completed two years of intra- mural competition with no defeats. Varsity Baseball ln its second year at the University as a major varsity sport, baseball was played on a larger scale. Larger schools were engaged, and although the season was not a success as far as wins are concerned, many fine athletic relations with other schools were made. Out of the eight games played, but two were won. Minnesota, Nebraska, Carleton, and Gustavus Adolphus all appeared on the Coyote schedule. Captain S. G. Backman, coach, awarded letters to Livak, Karlen, O'Connor, Buck, Keiser, Zehnpfennig, John llsley, Robert llsley, Peterson, Dubois, F. Homeyer, and Martin. . . . . . . . . . Inlrg-Nlurgl lntra lvlural Tau Vilhauer, Durkin, Berry, Dubois, l-leidepreim Manning, Glaze, Dow Alpha Tau Omega won the elimination basketball tournament by winning the fraternity division and defeating the independent champions, Fosse's All-Stars. In the finals of the fraternity division the A. T. O's upset Delta Tau Delta, defending champions, I9-l6, in a thrilling battle. ln the independent division Fosse's All-Stars defeated the Black Raiders, 30-l'5, for the right to play the A. T. O.'s for the intramural championship. The final game was a hard-fought, close battle all the way, with the A. T. O's finally emerging a 24-18 victor. For the victors Bowman and Berry looked best, with Tice starring for the losers. Delta Tau Delta Basketball Delta Tau Delta won the round-robin tournament to repeat their championship of the last year. ln nine games played the champions were undefeated. Second place went to the lndees with a record of seven wins and two losses. Sigma Alpha Epsilon garnered third place with six victories against three defeats. The Delts presented a tall, smooth-functioning team that could hit the hoop when points were needed. l-letland and Brandon looked best for the team throughout the tournament. Delta Tau Delta Track , Delta Tau Delta won the annual intramural track meet, defeating the defending cham- pions, Beta Theta Pi, 58 to 52.5. The meet was practically a dual meet between the two leading teams, the Betas leading until the two final events, when the Delts forged ahead. l-tetland was the individual ace of the meet, stacking up 28.5 points. Loe accounted for l8 points for Lambda Chi Alpha, which placed third with a total of 27 points. No indi- vidual records were broken, but competition was keen in every event. Alpha Omega Basketball Phi Delta Theta Tennis Phi Delta Theta won the Davis Cup for the third straight year. A new point sys- tem was installed to count team totals for winners of the trophy. John Shultz, Phi Delta Theta, defeated Bobby Reynolds, Beta Theta Pi, 3-6, 6-3, 6-2, for the singles championship, and teamed with Wayne Barber to defeat Rhode and Eu- banks in the finals of the doubles event. Beta Theta Pi Golf Beta Theta Pi dethroned Phi Delta Theta as intramural golf champions with a three- man team total of 253. Although good golf was hampered by cold weather and a high wind, Roy Grove, Beta Theta Pi, shot steady golf to pace the field for medalist honors, with a 38-37-75. Bogue, with an 88 and Martin with a 90, were the other two members of the winning team. Phi Delta Theta took second and Delta Tau Delta placed third. l JOl1I'1 Shultz, VVGWWE Bdrbel' Rgy Grove lambda Chi Alpha Rifle Lambda Chi Alpha won the silver-mounted rifle trophy with a three-man team total of lO22. Phi Delta Theta placed second with a point total of 9l9. Kappa Sigma placed third with a total of 840. Individual high score was made by Lewis Gable of Lambda Chi Alpha with 363. ln the lndependent division the independent trophy was won by Bixby's lndependents with a total of lOO4. Seacat's lndependents placed second with 9l3. O. Bixby was high point mon in this division with 343. ll'lll'Cl-lVlUl'Gl - ' - ' ' ' - ' ' MCG-inty, Holl, Morch, Hougen, Bergdoll, Scott, Lillibridge, Hetlond, Loe, Clinker Durkin, Dow, Souvoge, Ryon, Sedgewick, Bortron, Aosen, Richordson, Swisher, Kelly, Mueller McNickle, Anderson, McNickle, llsey Composed of the letter winners in the mojor sports, footboll, bosketboll, ond trock, the S. D. Club is the most importont othletic orgonizotion on the cornpus. The University engoges in conference competition in eoch of these sports, ond the S. D. Club is octave in promulgoting the spirit of finer ond better othletics, The club serves os o bond between the letter winners in the three sports. It hos sponsored severol successful ond populor donces this yeor. S. D. Club - - - - - - - - - Athletics Cheering Squoidi Richord Croney Lloyd Atwotei Chorles 'Strain ' Emmett Dougherty ' Coptoin Joe Schmidt C- -O-Y-O-T-E- l . South Dokoto U-ni-vee-l Yeohhhhhhhhhhhhhl l l Crock 'em, Coyotes, Crock 'eml l ALMA MATER l-loil, South Dokoto, pride ot the West! Old Almo Moter, noblest ond best, We'll rolly 'round thee, marching obreost. l-loil thee, hoil thee, riding the crest. Thy sons ond doughters ever will be Loyol ond true to thee. Roh! Roh! Roh! Vorsity, Vorsityl Hoil Vorsity. U. S, D.l Athletics viii X 'Y Sig W QW' N X8 X X wg' M. f Y Q Q w 4 my l' Q qi v, .....,., ...Y ,NSY ' .V X' Dovis, Anderson, Hoyne, Fowler, Singer, Meisenholder ' Piersol, Schmidt, Mortens, Brooks, Re-rnpfer OFFICERS President ......... ............... ..... K o therine Morten Vice-President ........ ........ L uciile Pixley Secretory-Treosurer .... ..... D r. E. P. Churchill The oldest Greek letter society, Phi Beto Koppo, wos founded ot the College of Williom ond Mory in l776 os o recognition to scholors who pur- sue ocodemic courses with high scholorship, Phi Beto Koppo ctivities ------- Mortar Board McClintic, Roseland, Wolz Charleston, Martens, Schmidt OFFICERS President ....... ........... ..... K a tharine Martens Vice-President ..... ..... M arian Schmidt Secretory ..... .... V erda Charleston Treasurer.., ..... Myra Roseland Editor ..... ..... G erda McClintic Mortar Board is a national honorary organization tor senior Women, having tor its gualitications for membership character, leadership, scholar- ship, and service. Its purpose is to advance the spirit ot service and tellovv- ship among the Women ot the University. Women are chosen in the spring of their Junior year in a most im- pressive ceremony at Senior Svving-Out, known as "capping," . . . . . . . . . Aqjtiviti PM Eta Sigma and Alpha Lambda Delta McGee, Bilander, Julian, Tollefson l-lall, Williams, Cassidy, McGee Gibbs, Pickup, Pickup, Rempter, Twiss, McGee OFFICERS Lewis Pickup .... ....... P resident ........... Elizabeth Rempter Julius William ..... .... V ice-President .... ...... G eorgia Pickup Max Twiss. ..... ..... S ecretary .... .... A gnes Cassidy Max Twiss .,.. ..... T reasurer ..... .. . .Ardella McGee Phi Eta Sigma and Alpha Lambda Delta are national honorary schol- astic fraternities tor men and women of the freshman class vvho have achieved a scholastic average ot 90 or above. Its purpose is to stimulate tirst-year students to high scholastic attainments. c t i v i t i e 3 - - - - - - - - . Phi Delto Phi lvlouch, Norbeck, Bokewell, l-leckmon, Nickle, Dougherty Georhort, Gunderson, Bernord, Liggett, Philip, Shultz Fuller, Overpeck, Crow, Aldrich, Anderson, Wyman OFFICERS President .... ........ , ...... ..... R o y Aldrich Secretory .... ........... ..... C o rl Anderson Treosurer ..... ........ l-l orvey Crow Scribe ....... .... D Wight Compbell Phi Delto Phi is on internotionol legol troternity with the purpose ot orgonizing outstonding low students in the promotion ot high stondords ot protessionol ethics ond culture. ctiviti l-lerting, Nelson, Dunham, Crow, Lomont Abell, l-leidepreim, Wirtlri, Smith, Drew l-lillmer, Liggett, Wessmon, l-leckmon OFFICERS President .,...,,....... ............. .... N e wton Wessmon Secretory-Treasurer .... ....... l von Liggett Advertising Monoger. .. .... Robert Dunhom Composed entirely ot men, Strollers give on onnuol voudeville snow ot six octs ot originol omoteur tolent. Only students enrolled in the Uni- versity ore eligible to enter the pertormonce. Strollers select ond direct oll octs which ore entered in the voudeville. Strollers CT. .. I O O I O O C I I McGee, Giedd, Lehman, Brisbine Jordan, Pickup, Hester, Backman Bernard, Buck, Leer, Poole OFFICERS Captain ......... ............. ..... R o bert Buck First Lieutenant .... .... . ..... ..... J a ck Poole Second Lieutenant .... ..... E dward Leer First Sergeant ...... ...... J oe Bernard Scabbard and Blade is a national honorary military organization which aims to develop the essential qualities ot efficient officers. Members are chosen from the advanced military class and the numbers may not exceed one-third ot the commissioned cadets ot the advanced class in military training. Junior men are pledged at the Military Ball each year. . . . . . . . . . Aqjfivitj Bratsberg, Charleston, Royhl, Williamson Albertson, l-larvey, R. Martens, K, Martens, Adams McClintic, Schmidt, Schlosser, Walz OFFICERS Captain ............ ............... .... M a rgaret Schlosser Second Lieutenant ..... .......... G len Walz First Sergeant ....... ..... M arian Schmidt Company Clerk ..... ..... K atherine Martens National Colonel .... ..... G erda McClintic Guidon, national honorary auxiliary to Scabbard and Blade, was founded at the University of South Dakota on November ll, i926 lt was officially organized as a national group at the first national convention held at the University in l933. Girls are chosen in the spring of their Sophomore year on the basis of leadership, popularity, and interest in citizenship affairs. Guidon serves as honorary escort to Miss Dakota and to the l-lonorary Colonel at spring inspection as well as taking active part in the Military Ball presentation. Guidon ctlvlties --------- Playcratters l-lillmer, Smith, l-lendrickson, Crew, Dickson Snyder, MCClintic, Walz, i-lall, l-lall, Fasse, Adams Royhl, Roseland, Martin, Burgi, l-lartman, Kline, Abdnor Schreck, Radschlag, Lehmann, Schlosser, Drew OFFICERS President ....... ........... . . . . ..... Joseph Lehmann Vice-President. . . .... ..... ....... T h omas Drew Secretary ..... ..... M argaret Schlosser Treasurer. . . ...... Ruth Radschlag South Dakota Playcratters was organized as a dramatic group at the University in l93O. This group aims to stimulate interest in dramatic pro- ductions and to give opportunity tor experience in acting, directing, and managing such presentations. Members are chosen for Playcratters twice each year on the basis ot dramatic ability as shown in participation in campus productions. The organization was known formerly as "Mask and Wig." - - - - - - - Activities Apprentice Players Herseth, Whittemore, l-lecker, Brisbine, l-lepner, Johnson, Carlson, Meierstein, Marks, l-lagen, Wright, Zinn, Bihlmeyer, Carr, l-ledman, lssackson Biornsrud, Light, Adkins, Coomes, Ewing, Brooks, Brown, Backman, Christen, l-lare, Mitchell, Norbeck, Rempter, Price, Jenkinson, Wilson, Kelley, Olsen, Peterson, Luker, Sparks, Barrett, Stetten, Dratahl, Marshall, Sinning, Dresselhys, Blankenburg, Murray, Knox, Breckerbaumer, Boland, Anderson OFFICERS President .......... ......... . . ,.... Joseph Marshall Vice-President ....... ..... E leanora Dratahl Secretary-Treasurer .... ...... E laine Martin For training and developing amateurs in the skill ot producing plays and acting, Apprentice Players organized. lt is subordinate only to Playcratters. Members who have worked with the players for two years are eligible tor membership in Playcratters. C t I V I t l 9 5 . . . . . . . . . Philosophy ,Club Gleason, Yochness, l-lillyer Cornicle, Rempter, Roseland, Breckerboumer, Sinning, Kendoll Fossler, Parker, Josey, Miller, Christol Pier, Philip, Meisenholder, l-lorvey, Posse, Greene OFFICERS President ....... ............. .... B o b lvleisenholder Vice-President .... ......... ......... J e on Philip Secretory ..... ..... M orgoret Fosse Treosurer .... .... V iyion l-ldrvey The Philosophy Club is mode up of members ot the toculty ond mojor ond minor students ot the deportment ot psychology ond philosophy. At the regulor monthly meetings members present their ideos for open dis- cussion in the group. - - - - - - - - - Activities Gross, Vilhauer, Anderson, Rietz, Scholten Sherman, McGee, Abdnor, Dunn, Jeffries, Lyon Drafahl, Martens, Meisenholder, Schmidt, Zinn OFFICERS President ........ .....,...... . . .... William Boland Vice-President ...... ...... . . ...... Helen Lacey Secretary ........ ...... M arian Schmidt Treasurer ...... .... M r. C. E. Lyon The Debate Board of Control vvhich is comprised of the director of debate and the head of the Department of Speech as well as three student members, supervises all the debating activities of the University of South Dakota, , The Debate Squad, members of the Missouri Valley League, has been very active this year. They entered the Iowa Invitational Speech Contest at Iowa City, and the Rocky Mountain Invitational Debate Conference at Denver as well as the Missouri Valley Conference at Norman, Oklahoma. Debate cfivifies Women's Athletic Association Jacobsen, Crane, Artiey, Opliger Kramer, l-lepner, Leonard, Langhout, Reeder, Reynolds Dunlap, l-lalst, Schmidt, Adams, Lewis, Losleben OFFICERS President ....... ............... ..... M ci rian Schmidt Vice-President .... ..... M aude Adams Secretary ....... .... N orma Lewis Treasurer ..... ..... V erna l-lolst VV. A. A., a national organization, cooperates with the department ot physical education in promoting good health, in stimulation ot interest in athletics among University Women, and in creating a spirit ot good sports- manship. Undergraduate women who have earned a hundred paints through participation in the various sports sponsored by the department are eligible tor membership in W. A. A. - - - - - - - - - ACTIVITIES Tobin, Lewis, Royhl, Roseland, Williamson i Bratsberg, Artley, Martin, Williamson OFFICERS President ......... .......... . .... ....... E l aine Martin Vice-President ..... ..... C leola Williamson Secretary-Treasurer. . .... Gwenneth Artley Alpha Chi Alpha is a national journalistic sorority, the purpose of which is to honor those women who have shown ability and have taken an active part in collegiate publications and to advance the study of various phases of journalism. The U-Low-Down, campus yellow sheet, is a publication of Mu Chapter. Alpha Chi Alpha ctivities ------- 1 Lovv Associotion OFFICERS President ......... .......... . . ........ Robert Moy Vice-President ..... ...... ,.... J o nn McDowell Secretory ....... ........ L ee Buck The Low Associotion provides o rneons of group oction ond ossocio- tion omong low students. Every spring under the direction of Deon Mc:Kusic:k, the Low Associotion sponsors Low Dov ond invites well-known ottorneys ond judges to ottend the reunion. I I I I I I I I I A C T i V i 1. i OFFICERS President .......... ......,... ..... J o seph Schmit Vice-President ...... ..... C orter Bortle Secretory-Treosurer .... Normo Lewis The Independent Associotion is on orgonizotion of non-troternity students which works to construct tor them the enjoyment ot the politicol ond sociol odvontoges ot Greek orgonizotions on the Cornpus. Independent i Associotion ctivities University Co-Operative i Store Student Manager ..... ...... R ay Aldrich The "Co-op" Store, located on the main tloor of the Union building supplies students with books, school equipment, and contections, as well as a convenient meeting place on the campus. For two dollars, students may purchase a share ot stock in the Co- operative Store, which enables them to receive discount rates on their pur- chases ot books and supplies. Joe Schmit is president ot the Co-operative Store Board. Gther student members are Dave Gearhart and Don Fowler. Faculty members of the board are J. l-l. Julian, C. B. I-loy, and l.. W. Connolly. - -------- Activities ,...i.4g4. ... , , ,. ..4-.ng COLOR GUARD Abdnor, Bortle, Taylor, I-letlond . MILITARY ' ' ' Q' ,ryin S. G. BLACKMAN Major, Infantry P. M. S. T. LEE M, HESTER F. R. KILBOURN CHARLES A. CLAWSON JOY STRONG Captain, Infantry First Sergeant Staff Sergeant Sergeant, U. S. Army Staff Office rs McGee, Brugger, Poole, Brisbine, Caddes Leer, Pickup, Smith, Schuber . . . . . . . . . fViiIifQfy COMPANY A Captain Joseph N. Lehmann Captain William P. Schuber Captain Julius A. Bernard Captain Orin C. Bjarnsrud COMPANY B Captain George C. Fullenkamp Captain Vernon W. Brugger ' Captain Russell R. Frease Captain John E.,Farner COMPANY C Captain Van Dee Carr Captain Emmitt W. Daugherty Captain Marvin L. McNickle . Captain Melvin F. McNickIe COMPANY A ROSTER ADVANCED MILITARY MEN: Edwin K. Aasen, Frank E. Anderson, William V. Boland, Daryl D. Dubois, Donald V. Gibbs, Robert B. Moore, BASIC MILITARY MEN: Joseph Abdnor, Bruce Brookman, Max Christol, Robert Davidson, Virgil Dove, David Fosse, Harry Frier, Bernard Gira, Edward Greene, Edwin Hadd, William Hart, Leslie Haugen, Eugene Hetland, William Hunt, Berl Jorgenson, Stephen Kelly, Don Keown, William Kline, Leslie Knott, Robert Krage, Robert Lenhardt, George Mclntosh, Henry Mueller, Robert Nelson, Leo Schon, Harold Schuknecht, Putnam Spaulding, William Stevens, Earl Strathman, A thur Von Rhor, Lawrence Von Seggern. COMPANY B ROSTER ADVANCED MILITARY MEN: Sidney E. Anderson, Herbert Christen, John P. Quirk, Herman Schwartzkopf, Lawrence A. Wirth. BASIC MILITARY MEN: Robert A. Crawford, Bernard Marylst, Charles Sedgwick, Lean Aasness, Milton Binger, Richard Berry, Frank Chamberlain, Rolland Edberg, Hymie Elsberg, Walter N. Evans, Gordon Forney, Homer H. Hagna, Delton W. Hein, Richard Herried, Ernest C. Holst, James R. Hydahl, Maynard Ingalls, Mervin R. Jackson, Darrel L. Johnson, Helmer Johnson, Ward W. Kepp, Leslie Lane, Floyd McKibben, Walter Meyers, Llewellyn Nordgren, Robert Oden, Wilfred Osterhaus, Mark E, Paulson, Donald F. Petersen, Robert Pflaumer, Harold Port, Herbert Schadler, Eugene Schultz, Rolland F. Smith, Oscar Steffen, William J. Stroth, Howard Tice, Clarke Young. COMPANY C ROSTER ADVANCED MILITARY MEN: Thomas M. Drew, Lewis M. Gable, Ralph G. Hillmer, Melvin A. Hoherz, Joseph W. Morrison. BASIC MILITARY MEN: Don G. Alkire, Richard C. Anderson, Richard H. Anderson, Wayne Austin, Harry Bartron, Earl Bihlmeyer, David Dahlin, John Durkin, Matthew Furze, Kenneth Glaze, Clifford Gross, Jack Hainer, Glen Heidepriem, Rapheal Hogan, Raymond Jones, John Kent, Harold Klocksiem, Willis Konegni, Aaron Lindemann, Marvin Loe, Joseph Logue, Ambrose McGinty, Don Manning, Carl Miller, Carl Ruth, William Ryan, Russell Sauvage, Roland Stidworthy, Clark Swisher, Elton Thompson, Max Twiss, Jonas Vilhauer, Merrill Willett. . . . . . . . . . Mllitgr COMPANY D Captain Jack C. Poole Captain Charles E. Ronan Captain Donald D. Dickson Captain Rex B. Eubanks COMPANY E Captain Henry A. Giedd Captain Elmer Gaddis Captain Robert Buck Captain Robert Fosse COMPANY F . Captain Tom H. Jordan Captain John G. Farmer Captain Emil M. Heisler COMPANY D ROSTER ADVANCED MILITARY MEN: Garner B. Fanning, Robert C. llsley, Eldo A. Keiser, Howard E. McCIenahan, Donald I. Magness, Rich- ard A. Sunkel. BASIC MILITARY MEN: John Greene, Bluford Light, Donald Alcott, Ralph Bartholow, Harold Beck, Orvis Bixby, Jack Brandon, Stephen Brizica, George Case, Robert Conley, Alvin Devick, Ellerd Arthur, Grantel Heckenlively, Dale Hendricks, Donald Hoilien, Robert Horn- beck, Richard King, Layton McDonnel, Dean Nelson, Donald Peterson, Leonard Ramsdell, Milford Sanford, George Schmidt, Charles Strain, Trevor Thomas, Clayton Wadell, Albert Wheaton. COMPANY E ROSTER ADVANCED MILITARY MEN: Miner Gleason, Laurrel Lillibridge, Quinten Mcliillop, William D. McLaughlin, William E. Walston, Arnold S. Waterbury. BASIC MILITARY MEN: Lloyd Atwater, Dan Bylander, LeMoyne Micheals, Robert Philip, Cleo Vogele, Hugo Aldrich, Jerome Anderson, Darrel Bartholovv, Wilmer Bender, Max Benson, Cruthis BentIey,James Burns, Richard Craney, Joe Donahue, Parnell Donohue, Neaph Ebbesen, Carroll Ginter, Vincent Hart, Everett Herseth, Arthur Hudek, Clark Johnson, Tillman Johnson, Clarion Kieldseth, William Kougl, Owen Nielson, Orland Olsen, Richard Olson, Harold Pederson, Richard Puthoff, Frederick Ralph, Kenneth Simeon, AngeIo.Van Horsen. COMPANY F ROSTER ADVANCED MILITARY MEN: Francis Ci Bartle, Melvin Hall, Robert Meek, Kurt H. Hoehne, George E. Pinard, William G. Taylor. BASIC MILITARY MEN: Dorien Lavier, Alvin C. Nelson, Dean Austin, John Carmody, Weber Clayton, Sherman Ehlert, Isadore Eirin- berg, Dan Flynn, James Hellman, James Hillyer, Harry Hoehne, William Hyde, Robert Johnson, Charles Isaackson, Burton Lenker, Harold Nevius, John Norton, Clifford Papik, Cotvvin Papik, Dan Shenk, Arnum Stoops, Robert Torkildson, Robert Walsh, Carl Wince, Eckert Wipf. IVIIIIIQVY ......... University Band i936 Director ........ .... H omer F. Borst Assistant Director .... ..... E arl Buckmiller Drum Major ..... .... C . Dudley Miller Vane Burnett Phillips Crew Lester Heeren Burnell Hendrickson William Jackson George Karinen Emil Koehn Otto Kundert Joseph Marshall Kenneth Olds Ralph Richardson Stanley Rineveldt Dennis Seacat Roger Throne Lewis Walker Leonard Beall Glen Bergren Fredrick Bollinger James Brick Lowell Brooks Merle Burwett Dean Chausse Charles E, Donley Herbert Evans Joseph Geppert Ralph Gravrok Thomas Harding James Harmon John Harris Robert Hedman Wesley Hoffman Lawrence l-loshied Paul Joosten Adolph Letler Jack Matson Homer Monk Gerhart Olson Asher Pay Calvin Schad William Schipke Harlan J, Seacat Robert Stewart Wages Rolland Earl Buckmiller Agnes Cassidy Eunice Flemming Charles Freese Virgil Faulkner Lorraine Grant Norman Koehn Arend Lakeman Kenneth Mach Robert Meek Waldo Peletier Garold Warner ilita Hudek, Nielson, McDonald, Donahue, l-lart, Bixby Voegle, Aldrich, Light, Luker, Waddell, Wheaton, Thomas CRACK SQUAD ROSTER Second Year Basic: Arthur l-ludek Bluford Light Robert Philip Cleo Vogle First Year Basic: Hugo Aldrich Orvis Bixby Joe Donohue Vincent l-lart Thomas l-lalgrims Dale Hendricks Albert Luker Layton McDonnell Trevor Thomas Owen Neilson Albert Wheaton Clayton Waddel Crack Squad M.. ilito ryi ......... Pic Men fs I Ritle Team . l-i. Seacat, D. Seacat, l-ledman Sgt. Kilbourn, lsackson, Lamont, l-lolst, Bixby, Aldrich, Strong Gibbs, Pickup, Fullenkamp, l-loherz MEN'S VARSITY RIFLE The Varsity men's ritle team competed against 50 teams over the entire United States. They also competed in shoulder-to-shoulder matches with South Dakota State College and Creighton University. Some ot the other schools against whom they shot were: New York University, University ot Wash- ington, Georgetown University, and Howard University, WOMEN'S VARSITY RIFLE In intercollegiate ritle matches the University vvomen's ritle team competed with about 20 teams. Among them were: Massachusetts State, University ot Missouri, Louisiana State, and Connecticut State. Betty Rempter won the S500 prize given by Guidon tor the highest score ot the season. WOMEN'S INTRA-MU RAL RIFLE By winning the women's intra-mural ritle shoot, Alpha Xi Delta is now in pos- session ot the Guidon ritle trophy held by Pi Beta Phi tor the past three years. Alpha Phi were runners-up, the Independents placed third, and Kappa Alpha Theta, tourth. MEN'S INTRA-MU RAL RIFLE Lambda Chi Alpha won the silver mounted rifle in the intramural ritle matches. Members ot their team were Gable, l-ledman and Edberg. Bixby's Inde- pendent team had the second highest score, l4UD, Gllblei ISGCRSOH, EdbUiQ, l'lGdm0-T Brisbine, Charleston, Cassidy lvlllitar PUBLICATICDIXIS GERDA McCLl NTIC Editor l 936 Coyote EDITORIAL STAFF JOHN SHULTZ Business Manager Associate Editor .... ...................... . . .Norma Lewis Class Editor .... ........ V irginia Ruhe Organizations ..... ......... E rances Sinning Activities ......... ..... L ouise Breckerbaumer Fraternity Editor .... ................. B etty Brown Features ......... ........ B etty Royhl, Gwen Artley Sports ........ ..... S igurd Anderson, Bill Walston Snapshots ..... .......... . ............. . .Seth Gunthorp BUSINESS STAFF Assistant Business Manager ................. .... R obert Dunham Advertising .............. ..... B ud Sundling Advertising ..... . ...... Asher Pay Advertising ..... ....... O rland Olsen Advertising ..... ......... B ert McCoy Advertising ..... ..... C harles Issackson Typist ........ ..... D orothy Pier Lewis, Dunham, Ruhe, Breckerbaumer, Sundling, Pay, Sinning, Brown Anderson, Walston, Royhl, Artley, Gunthorp, McCoy, Olsen Publications WAYNE BARBER LEM OVERPECK Editor Business Manager Volo nte EDITORIAL STAFF Managing Editor .... .......,............ ...... K e nneth Olds Sports Editor ........ ..... P arnell Donohue Society Editor .......... .. ........... Doris Lathrop Assistant Society Editor. . . ................... Helen Jones Copy Readers ....................... 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Miss Dolcofo Gerdo MCCIin'ric otur G S I O I C O I O I O junior Prom Queen Cleolo Williamson C1fUI' Miss Vcmify Fair Luci! Zabel r1iTy FO WNNNNX-tm E E XX XX x tm Jfffg .V X A You meet 'ern coming ond going .... Why Phi Delts eot well .... We see your beor skin' Phi Bete Jrs ....Selossi ond Ghondi. . . .I-lon Adjutont Morinn. . ,.Con you imogine Bornett? Jordon ond Jordon .. . .i-ii, Jeon! ond sonitotion. . . .Cle ond Gwen. . . .Pretty pine tree. . . .The snopshot mon Flory boll ing .... Heods up .... Snow boby .... roomrnotes. wx I want nun ot this ..,. The face at the window .... Brawny Betas and buggy .... Phi Bete .... Kate step ahead .... And the Chi Ornegas .... W. S. G. A. orexy .... Yellow job and owner .... Yellow job pickneck ing .... Let me think .... All Aboarcll .... The Delta shelta boys .... Attention! the Presidentl... Betty, Ruth, Gin .... Puzzle, find the clog .... Mary Leone and Betty .... Same old grind .... Still pals? . . The medics get taken .... State surrounds the "U" Jolly A, T. Ofs .... Attention, Morgel .... Scrubs, like ocoms, grow .... Cohdid .... Buck gets o blohket ....C-O-Y-0-T-Elll. . . .Koppo Sigmo. . . .Judge Compbell. ...Whither thou goest. . .. hsured ogoihst escope .... lvlorge ot eosel .... Thetos olmit logoihl .... Pierless .... Guidoh pledge Mortehs. Main drag on Dakota Day .... Gerda "Miss Dakota" MCClintic. .Too, Too Ducky .... Alpha Phi floats by .. . .'I'heta's paddling their own canoe. . . .Back from the wars. . . .Beta dumb bunny. . . .Blowing his ovvn horn again .... The Winnah .... Sport model a la Chic: Sales .... Getting personal? .... The medics cutting up .... Down in tront .... s Tag, you're it. WHAT CAN YCDU EXPECT? GWEN ARTLEY ' A N D B E T T Y R O Y H L I N C L U D I N G , FRESH FROSH WHO'S THRU AT U. S. D. ' SILLY SOPHS BADMINISTRATION JITTERY JUNIORS FACULTY-"Thou Shalt Not Pass" SOPHISTICATED SENIORS IT'S ALL GREEK TO ME -1-1 ---- -'-- A ---1 ---- --1: x-,- A A ---- ---- ---- - 4 ---- ---- -"- --x- ---- --'- ---' - - - - - 4- MUSIC WILLIAMS Since T887 Sioux Ealls South Dakota 5 .1 ofa u nu f- 'I' Ill nu lltl llll vu lvl llil IIII llll llll SWISHER'S QUALITY MARKET A Good Ploce to Buy Meots Delicotessen in Connection Phone II7 R N. SWISHER, Prop, llll 'I -IIII IIII III:-fill: Im Illl i . 'F' i I ERESH EROSH GENE SCHULTZ .................... Heoven "The only difference between Cosonovo ond me is thot Cosonovo's technique wos op- preciotedf' CLELLA WALTON. .Webster's Inter-Collegiote "Of course I never reolly flirty IIII Illl lm lui iln ull llll ull ll "EOR THOSE WHO KNOW" ,,,,--,,.i. It isn't Iody-like, I know. The woy I drop my hondkerchief ls simply providentiol thought" llll"IlC? TOMMY HALGRIMS .............. H2O Town "All the greot men ore dying, And I don't feel very well myself." - KAY MURRAY i.................. Don't Point "My teochers criticize me ' And soy I Ioof ond shirkg q I'd do greot things to show them, Except it's too much work." CD siLLv soPHs I VIV MURPHY ............. Mike's Bock Booth PALMER CANDY CO. I -III: IIII W IIII7- lm u:l ull llll Illl IIII "I picked o lemon in the gorden of love." 2 BOB NELSON ......... Where I Hong My Hot "I like myself the woy I om. Of foults I've more thon one, : If onyone reformed me, though, l'd miss ci lot of fun." -nu 1 Ili! ru 7- llll - llll llu IIII III! III lllI+'lIIl llll Illl ml llll IIII nll ml Illl llll llll il 'Q' s1oUX FALLS PAPER Co. Phones 627-628-629 Everything in Poper" PROMPT SERVICE Eirst Avenue ond Eleventh Street Sioux Eolls, South Dokoto E I IIII llll IIII lm llll llllfflfll llll I ll Illl- Q' -llll llll IIII7-ml llll lex: un nu nu n un un lui- glg I un I nu mi nu un nn ml un un u :zgm 1 IVIARGO GIRA ............. Wide Open Spoces SALES AND SERVICE "Whene'er I hove o trogic woe feel I should he thin ond whiteg DODGE AND PLYMOUTH never look the port, I know- connot lose my oppetitef' , BII.- RYAN ....................... Sue Eolls I And so do the rest ot the Girls 1 never Cf'bIOf1d I never CUT' FIRESTONE TIRES AND BATTERIES never drink or smoke, smile oll doy, in my ovvn svveet vvoy, At my hormless foul-boll jokes." JITTERY JUN IORS BERNICE BUCK ......... . ......... Beolzihuh "Ot oll the monv crimes County Auto My wicked post hestrevving ' I most regret the ones and oll CO' Thot Lemuel cought me doing. 15 Center St. Phone 235 - ---- -1-- ---- ---- ---- ---i K--- ---- ---- ---- -fii I 4 ---- I I I I - Ii- I I e -III I--- -I-I III- I I I I II. Q, ,,,, ,,,, - ,,,, . - , Miehels' Coffee Shop Where Students Meet to Chat and Eat ACRGSS Fiaofvi THE CAMPUS E. C. IVIICI-IELS, Proprietor +I! llll + 2-illl IIII llll llll llll llll llll llll IIII llll IIII llll llll llll llll H6 IDIIII I!ll llll fllll llll HIP? llll llll ARKACITE COAL MARJAHARDY ......,...... .... is eta Barn l ll I ' Every Day More Satisfied Customers l lll P0PUl0l Wllll Betn men, But l'm without a pin again." Sold Exclusively by TOM ioiapmv ............ Home, sweet Home FULL13RToN "mf Ogre T, , i i ou a vvi e. What 0 lite E With one." -1- ---l --.- ---- ---- l--- ---- ---- 1 - - - ---- ---. ll.- --.. ---- . . --.. T . -T. "' "" "" T "" "" "" "" "" "" "" "" "" "2' "" T ' ' 2' vv H o s T H RU AT u s p Tl-IE SMARTEST APPAREL GRACE ALLEN MARTIN is at Club tor Prevention of Early Graduation, l, 2, 3, 4, 5, I-landshaker's Club l, 2, Grand l-ligh Order A ot I-landshakers 3, 4, Originator ot the Ski Suit E Sallies, Phi Delt in Good Standing lit there is S such a thingl, Honorary Phi Delt, Phi Delt circle, 2 Composer ot "They Just Can't Live Without EANTLE BROS. CO. Me", Dissertation on "Special Menus tor Pic- Yankton S , South Dakota mcs' 'I' "" "" "" ' 'lll Ivlv 1 Ill IIII IIII IIII 1 : -Im llll' "" llll un :ni lui l u ml nor PRINTING OF THE BETTER SORT . . Dance Programs - I-louse Papers Stationery Typewriter Paper and Ribbons Prompt and Dependable Service at THE DAKOTA REPUBLICAN Printers ot the Volante and Wet l-len nie Pun nu in II un music UNCLE ELMER CLARK i Clork Publicity Club I, 2, 3, 4, President, I, 2, 3, L 4, I Love Me Club I, 2, 3, 4, Speciol Correspond- ent on I-low Not To Get By With Wisecrocking, 'S' I Self-odmirotion Society I, 2, 3, 4, Pledge Toker Core Ot For the Alpho Phi's, Thesis: Why the University Needs More Men Like Me. 'Z' JOE JOE EUERI-IELM Q Club tor Abolishing Phi Delt Pins 3, 4, One ot the ' Three Chief Figures in the Pi Phi Triongle, Mem- ber ot the Euerhelrn-Tobin Corporotion, Get Thee Behind Me Soton Associotion I, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, etc., I-lord Sitters ond Deep Thinkers Club, L Con I Toke It or Con I Toke It Eroternity. 'Q' i ll llll llll fl Illl IIII llll llll llll Ill' llll llll Illl-2 Ill! llll llll llll IIII llll HERRIED'S RADIO AND ELECTRIC SERVICE GENERAL ELECTRIC ond CROSLEY RADIOS Phone 6W 'I nu llll Illl llll ull ul' lm ull ull 'Ill llll VII Illl-' Best Wishes A. STRAWN Shoe Repoiring "I-Iorne of 2-Ponts Suits" 5520 5525 S30 MOREY'S ' L E Sioux City ' 4 Iowo JASON E. RAYNE , PETER OLSON L CITY MEAT Payne 81 Olson MARKET LAWYERS I Ottice oyer CITIZENS BANK 6' TRUST CO. Phone B7 , I +0 IIII llll llll llll llu llll ll ull ll gi Quolity Ivleots ond Groceries When In Doubt Where to Buy the Best ot Meots Coll or Phone 428 Anton I-Iugener, Prop. For Good, Wholesome Foods Dine ot TH E CHOCOLATE SHOP "South Dcikoto's Leoding Cote" Good Fellows Get? gether ct the "Smartest" Plcice 1 Sioux Folls THE TIP TOP ll'l Illl Once ogoin Molloy-Mode Ouolity ond Workmonship score os the 1936 Coyote is cosed in o Molloy-Mode cover from THE DAVID J. MOLLOY PLANT 2857 North Western Avenue Chicogo Illinois -1- ---' --l- ---- ---- "-- ---- -i- 4- ' llllll IIII IIII Iill IUI llll VIVIAN VAMPIRE HARVEY Grond High Mogul of Griper's Club I, 2, 3, 4, Honorory Beto 2, 3, 4, Medic Widow's Associo- tion I, 2, 3, 4, Speciol Instructor in Sophistico- tion, Self-cidmirotion Society I, 2, 3, 4, I3eto Slove Club, Chief cloim to Greotnessi A dote on Fridoy Night, Fomous Words: Here's Looking ot Me, Thesis: How to be o Foithtul Lover, JOHN PERCIVAL McDOWELL Hot Shotters, Not'I President, I'm Just the Guy They're Lookin' For troternity I, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, etc, Leoding, role in "I Hove Eitty-seven Vorieties ot Sweethearts", I Love Me Club, oll the time, Grondstonders Society, Philosophy: A Slove to No One, l3ut They're All Sloves to Me. LIJCILLE PRETZEL HAMM "My Heort is not Here" Sorority, o port ot the time, Hond Shokers Deluxe I, 2, 3, 4, Heor All, See All, Soy Nothing troternity, Fomous Words: Mendelssohn writes o snoppy tune, Club tor Abolishing School on Week Doys, Sioux City Week-enders Associotion I, 2, 3, 4, Thesis: The Advontoges ot the Cooperotive Store on the Compus. ---- ---- ,t-- ---- ---- --" "-I --" --" ---- "-- ---- --" ---- ' I ' - I -r Q V : I DUNLAP FRUIT COMPANY yemyiiuiou, s. ofxk, I ll llll 7 llll ull Illl llll llll llll IIII Illl Illl T Ill Ill!!! llll llll Illl N0 CLOTHING EURNISHINGS SHOES E. O. OL O OO. u s gig lm in un un-'if 1 Ill- +I' IIN ll In mn lm nn lm nn lu 49 BETTE JAYI-IAWK I-IOEER : T Tri Delt Circle I, 2, 3, 4, l-lonorory Tri Delt 3, 4, 1 M --- PHoNEl3'1---H "I Run, I Ron, I I-love Run Club" Associotion I, 2, 3, 4, "I om Tri DeIto's condidote" I, 2, 3, 4, Whi Kontuh Keepim Society I, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, S etc., Speciol Correspondent for Politicol Aspir- 2 ' " onts I, 2, 3, 4, Fomous Words: I've Run in Every Election since '3I. RICHARD FLEAI-IOP ANDERSON I Love Me Society, oll the time, I-lonorory Presi- dent of the God's Gift to Women troternity I, 2, 3,4,S,6,7,8,9,IO,II,I2,---,TheyAlI 1- Love Me Associotion I, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, IO, I I, I2----, Self-Admirotion Society I, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, IO, II, IZ, ---, Cornpus God- BEST OF send 3, 4, Thesis: I-Iow to get to oll the Sorority Q ENTERTAINMENT pomes' AT ALL TIMES - III- -"' i -' -- ii- it-I in I- "-' ---' --'- - - -- -1--"H '-" --' -- -1' FARM MANAGEMENT PROPERTY MANAGEMENT INSURANCE SECURITIES i THOMPSON COMPANY Pi-ioNE 122 yERMiLLioN sourii oAi4oTA 3... ... .... .4 Q 'llll l Illl llli llll I lll llll Ill llll HQ Authorized GAMBLE STORE Agency THE FRIENDLY STORE Locolly Owned ond Operoted I R. H. Moser, Owner Phone 683 RMA SH BL N MIDI iii? Im!! 'QE VW 9 Wy, Q WW We 01 ' I FRESH ROASTED DAILY AT CHICAGO AND BROOKLYN 5911! SEXTO Coffee Merclwanfs for Over 50 Years ll Il Il ll ll ll ll LEMUEL PLAYBOY OVERPECK I Chi O Slove club 4, Boord Swinger DeLuxe I, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, etc., President of the "I Don't Foll Often, but- Oh, When I Do Associotion", Treot Her Tough, ond Hope She Doesn't Mind Club I, 2, 3, 4, 5, I Love Bernie ond Myself Ero- ternity, Theme Song: She's Got Me Where She Wonts Me, Choirmon of the "Never Treot the Pledges Rough" committee for Phi Delto Theto. BADM I NSTRATION IDA WEEKS Prexy Weeks mode hisodvent upon the Uni- versity compus ond immediotely tried to moke his office the ploce where modern students meet to chot. His cheery smile ond encouroging woves of recognition hove helped to moke him the most democrotic president of oll times. Or is it Repub- licon? One really should know. PEARL SPARKS This little jewel hos been connected with the University for nigh on to ten yeors. He is o "brilliont" educotor, ond is known oround the compus for his suove monner ond his "tongue in his cheek" method of getting students regis- tered for the wrong courses. 1llll lm ml llll lm ull llll llll ml ml Inl- "" "" ' " "" "" H " "" "" "" "" "" i ' ' " I J. C. F. ELMORE Furniture ond Undertoking Vermillion, S, Dok. 5 Night Phone 6ll Doy Phone 22 i Og!!! llll llll llll ull Illl llll llll llll III: Illl llll llll llll ull ull 12+ + Ill! II llll Illll Il!l III llll H+ For News Coveroge of South Dokoto And the University Reod THE ARGUS-LEADER III lm Ili' A WILL ROGERS JULIAN The most familiar at all the badministration to the students at the U. ot S. D. is "Cap", With his booming voice he leads the community sing- ing at convocations, and with his whimsical homey manner we can best picture him in a sombrero, swinging a Iasso and singing, f'Way Out West in South Dakotyf' KATE SMITH BALL Without a shadow at a doubt Chet is one at the "biggest" men on the campus. Attainments: hears more hard-luck stories, one of the best- dressed men, and one ot the 'grouchiest ever seen during registration. Chesty has brought much publicity to the campus due to his dainty Indian ring. Theme song: "I Feel Like a Feather In The Breeze." TI-IE FACULTY "Thou Shalt Not Pass" CLAUDIA WI-I ITLOW When "Whit" leaves at the end of thisyear, there will probably be a noticeable drop in the enrollment of the econ classes. Debonair, well- dressed, and possessing the ability to see humor even in the class-room, it's no wonder that the girls tight tor front seats. Oh, Yeahl -ml llll ' ml nu- Qll ll'i I llll llll llll llll llll llll llll llll llll llll ll? I Stop at i I 2 i THE VIRGINIA CAFE I : Yankton 2 mi- glam mi in IN' 40 VERMILLION MERCANTILE GO. The mast complete stock at STAPLE GROCERIES and MEATS In Vermillion OUR PRICES ARE USUALLY LOWEST Phone IO9 . Free Delivery + Ill llll llll llll --llll llll III! --llll IU! + lm llu ilu--NN ml llll llll llll ull ull llll lul ull llll llll MOTOR INN GARAGE TIRES ACCESSORIES REPAIRS TEXACO GAS and OILS PHONE 66 AUTO AMBULANCE CHRYSLER 8 PLYMOUTH SALES and SERVICE Il- ---- ---. .--- ---- I I I -..- I III. IIII I III. IIII IIII IIII IIII I I I I -9- ---- ---- ---- ---' -'f- 'f-f --if - - - ---- ---I I-I- -I-- - I ---- '--- ---- ---- - - - - - - - I . . PENNEY GO. A Nation-Wide Institution Style and Quality Merchandise at Money-Saving Prices! +R ull ml ll ull llll will llllmrnil llll ml ull llll ull llll lnl ml ompanionable . . . Are those portraits of your school friends. You like to have them about you. School friendships are lasting friendships A- You will treasure those portraits of your schoolmates for the many years to come. But those same friends would like to have a portrait of you- I-IAVE IT MADE NOW THE MYHRE STUDIO Portraits of Distinction KODAKS e- FILMS - KODAK FINISHING 'i' A 'I' M1 llll Illl lul llll nn- lm: LILY DREPS One of the most colorful men on the compus is Dreppsy. The yellow gloves, motching shirts, ties ond socks in the most glowing colors which he vveors moke mony o posserby turn in omoze- ment os he goes trippsing olong. Attoinments: Roises prize petunios, ls o "shopper" de-luxe. ALL-AMERICAN BAUER l "Butch" is going into troining for boxing in the Olympics this yeor, ond his toped honds ore ci fomilior sight ground the compus. Reminds one of "Spcinky" of Our Gong tome. Eomilior words: "Woit five minutes tor professors, vvoit ten minutes for heods of deportments, ond vvoit for me until l get there." sfo IIII lm Illl llll :Ill Im llll llll Illl IIII llll aio WALDORF HOTEL W. l-l. LAWTON, Prop. - ---- ----' - - ee ---- - -1--- 1--- - --'- '-'- ---- ---- '--- ---- -1-- 1 1 f - f - -I 4. -g-- ---- ---' - -1- PERMITS YOU TO COOK WITH REAL NATURAL GAS - NO MATTER WHERE YOU LlVE Eind out obout BLAUGAS for cooking or for loborotory use NORTHWESTERN BLAUGAS CO ST. PAUL, MINNESOTA - A Ouorter Century of Service QI llll llll llll llll Illl llll illi lll illl llll llll Illl Illl V llll Illl llll "'IIlI IIII Ill! Q ,, LL, DA., + u I ilu i nu llll IQ Between Classes PAUSE AND REFRESH YOURSELF Drink Q IN BOTTLES t Chesterman Co. Sioux City, Iowa - Ill Ill lm ml Illl IIII llu Illl llll ml GLADIOLA LEONARD From aesthetic dancer to Dean of women in one year is the leap to fame of Gladiola. With her change of position came a new care-free smile and a shiny new car. Attainments: Holder of women's national record for taking the most time to drive between Sioux City ond Vermillion. Famous idea: If you wear a thing long enough it might come back into style again. IT'S ALL GREEK TO ME ALPHA TAU OMEGA Rumor has it that A. T. O. still has a chapter on the campus, but who would be for knowing? It seems that since they had so much difficulty getting pledges this year, they have decided to put up a large, attractive sign in the Armory next year during registration: "Please Sign Here for Alpha Tau Omega," with the promise of a 'lo un Li lic -in uu- gig nu .sg Clean Efficient ATUR L GA FOR l I HOUSE HEATING - COOKING - WATER HEATING The VERMILLION NATURAL GAS CO. Inexpensive I Modern , up nn Of! illiirhvln' Harniig EE. Cl. CHI-Iinhelz, Zlprnp. I b Y Ill .ll I ll Ill lm ilu: +I!! llll llll ml llll llll IIII 'Ill I Ill O!! tree gloss ot beer ond o pretzel to every signer. This is only temporory, however, depending' upon the number of boys from Ropid City thot decide to ottend deor U. S. D. In cose, there ore enough tor o good-sized pledge closs, the plon will be postponed tor onother yeor. The A. T. Ofs ore still puzzled over the toct thot they slipped up on o couple ot Ropid City boys this yeor. The A. T. O.'s hoven't done much this yeor but moke plons. Still you hove to give them credit tor thot. Heord something obout their hoving o Stroller's oct until their moinstoy, Grundy, disoppeored so mysteriously into no- where. The chopter did give P w ond Durlcin ocknowledgment os A. T. Of during tootboll seoson, but since thot timeineici-er one ot them hove hod o pledge button on. You con't soy thot the boys don't try, becouse Tody Atwoter, Jim Moher, ond Doc lvlonning ore doing heir best to renew thot old Alpho Phi-A. T. C. tiodition, but so tor, they hoven't been doing too well. ALPHA PHI The girls storted the yeor with o purpose in their minds, to cut down on the upkeep ot the house. So, os o result, only doteoble girls were pledged, ond since thot time there hos been o noticeoble decreose in the light bills. Now the only problem thot remoins is whot con be done I TRY us AND WE t wiii iviA4i5 You g A SATISFIED 5 custoivieia Gunderson Hardware Co -5- iln llll llll llll llll Illl llll 'ul-'a- ml ml ml Irll llll Y lm llll HILLYARD'S MAINTAINING THE HIGHEST STANDARD 5 OF QUALITY PRODUCTS roia overs A QUARTER or A centuiav f SANITATION, MAINTENANCE SUPPLIES , SERVICE 2 For Intomotion Write HILLYARD CHEMICAL CO. St. Joseph, Mo. Shine-All ' Pane-o-cue 2 I ' Hi-Ko L Speciol Gym E Finish I S Liquid Soop I'lIl-BVIIS I I-lil-Tgne all Illl Ill! IIII I llll llll alll llll Illl ml lm ml W ll lil ala Y IIII I IIII IIII IIII IIII IIII I -Ill llll IIII IIII llll III IIII IIQ -IIII GCLZ CAFE Where only Quolity Food ond Beveroges ore served Open All Night-Phone 602 Waldorf Cafeteria Where Students Eot Bonguets ond Dinner Porties Phone 225-J I. J. Golz, Proprietor with the girls thot insist on studying Iote ot night. It is suggested thot they enforce o line on oll the girls who do not get their studying done ot the "Iibe" during the doy just in cose they get o chonce to dote in the evening. An- other meosure of economy wos their incorporo- tion with Phi Delto Theto, but it wos reported thot they still run two houses, olthough no one Could be sure. This group of girls hove to their credit more troternity pins thon ony other orgon- izotion on the Compus. Not toking the Chonce thot ony other group should surposs them, they hove grown out of the pinning stoge, ond hove now opened their morrioge pureou for Coeds. ALPHA XI DELTA I wouIdn't know tor sure, but it certoinly seems thot the Alpho Xi's ore ploying o little gome with the Theto's-o gome coiled follow the Ieoder. Do you remember book in the good old doys when the Theto Bostille wos Iocoted on Wil- Op IIII I IIII IIII IIII V- IIII IIII IIII IIII III IIII I. sfo -IIII nu - ,ig III Im ' -i . , 7 .F 2 BEST WISI-IES EOR A .GLORIOUS GRADUATION AND YEARS FILLED WITH SUCCESS AND HAPPINESS TO ECLLOW HCTEL CARPENTER aio IIII I 7 IIII IIII-Oit 10W I llll I IIII llll Illl llll Illl l!ll llll IIII Illl ll!! llll llllil low street, ond how cis soon os they moved to their new locotion on Plum street, the Alpho Xi's moved into the vocoted house? But not being sotistied to let the Theto's stoy one jump oheod of them, they purchosed o lot right next door to the Theto house. Thot wos sotisfoctory only for o short time, tor, reolizing thot the Thetc1's hcid on od- vontoge over them in the little gome they were ploying, they decided thot the only thing tor them to do wos to build o new house. And so they did, right next door to the Theto obode, os close os they could possibly get. So, for the time being, the little gome is ot o stondstill, ond the score is o tie occording to the Alpho Xi's ol- though their newness does moke them feel o little bit superior. A BETA THETA Pl No one ever used to heor the nome of this + 4-1 llll II I Illl llll Illl llll llll llll llll Q : s u : s : x x x x a : s s x x z as l x : .in AALFS PAINT Sc GLASS CO. l-ligh Grode Points Correct Woll Poper Gloss, Mirrors ond Kowneer Store Fronts lOll Fourth Street Sioux City lowo llll llll llll llu lm IIII user: im mi mi .... iiii iiii .... I... .... ,... .... .. . . .... i i i . I ni E The Country-wide Reputcition is your ossuronce of the highest quolity in Dehner's noble troternity without connecting it with the Theto's, but this yecir the Pi Phi's seem to hove a Cuslomdvlode first ronk with the Beto's when they do dote. BOOTS The Beto's teel thot they occomplished enough v BEL-I-S in the pledging of Billy Ryon, Delt Brother, toot- boll flosh, bosketboll stor, trockster deluxe, ond TREES mony women's idol. They teel thot is enough to ond lost for severol yeors. The Beto's hove odopted ACCESSORIES '!"" "" "" "" "" ' ' ' "" "" "" " ' ' " "f l For Service ond Economy 2 Q BERT MALQNE T 2 THE DEHNER CO., Inc. Q Plumbing ond l-leoting QMAHAI NEBR- i Phone l52R i ' 'Pt W -- ii ---- ---- Q ---' --4 -iw i -iii -I' -I-fi ---- - --if ---- - ---i ---- ---. .--. - .. -1. S A Modern Bokery Serving You Quolity Merchondise JACOBSEN BAKERY S Vermillion, S. Dok. QI Ill QI llu ' nunn nu llll uni" ull nl: llll ml llll mi llll llll llll llll H+ FRIENDS ALWAYS MEET AT OUR STORE Amp wiiv Not? I Q It's the Friend-Mciking Spot in Town FARRELL Sc DAHL PHARMACY Vermillion, S. Dok. -1- "-- --'- ---- --'- -',- ---- i - - -.-. ---- .--- - - - 'if + ---- ---L --'- ---- '--- ---' e A ---- ---- ---f -'-- ---- ---- --'- ---- i - I I - if Thompson Lumber Co. Phone 9 BUILDING MATERIAL, HEATING G PLUMBING Vermillion, S. Dok. -1- ---- - -'-- ---- ---- I N ---- ---' - - - H+ -1' ---- -- in ---9 EVERYTHING FOR THE COLLEGE MISS The -ll llll Illl llu ll Illl Illl llll llll lu un lm-o ci new motto, "If we con't be the best drinkers, we'Il ot Ieost be the most exclusive," ond they hcive certoinly lived up to it. A few of the boys celebroted down ot the Vorsity one night - we heord. They oll seem to enjoy eoch other's compciny, which is very fortunote or l om ofroicl thot they just wouldn't be opprecioted. CHI OMEGA School stcirted this yeor with Chi Omego pledges in hiding ogciin. They seem to hove been in hiding ever since. And moybe it's iust os well. Until semester time the eternol pledge, Bunny Bloir, brightened this sorority with her presence, but finolly she gove up the long, hord pull of try- ing to moke her grodes ond doshed off to moke her fortune in the city. The obsence of the Chi Omegos from olmost oll fields is most creditable, ond the girls should receive ci few beloted con- grotulcitions for this. Perhops it's becouse they 'l.e--nu-- 1: i un N40 u : Compliments of Citizens Bank and Tru st Company J0-I-211611 vefmiiiiOn,s.pQiq. + llll llll ml llll llll llll ull lil IM IIII Ill: IIII llll llll uni: till ull I up I gig . lu- are too tar from the campus, and it's so much easier to dash down to the "Vars" or to lvlike's. Anyway, Lem's car can only hold so many and during the cold winter months it wastoo much to except them to stir from the warm sanctuary ct Ye Olde Coop. . KAPPA SIGMA The boys decided that this year they should set about to enlarge their chapter and bring to its credit certain necessary achievements, but as yet no one has heard ot them although at course they may be being kept a secret. ln case a party at the Varsity can be called an achieve- ment the statement will be retracted because the Kappa Sigs seem to have perfected that Friendly and Courteous Service SUPER BARBER and BEAUTY SHOP Across from March Theatre Phone 38l ll - IIII IIII IIII llll llll llll "ull XIII IIII llll ll Illl Illl Illl II IIII I IIII 525552E252E55E5E5515E51i'?fE55':A'A ,555-' .Q - fflta , , Q' - -.. .. . ...' .' 'Q ' -' -,- - .'.'. N g ::.gq:- :3::: -' :-::H::" I - I 5 H ' .4 DIET: -"' . .. x ..... X -.thus -. t' 4542-W4 lx X 5155 jf' :Lrf ""' .5 .z .r 2 NEW COLORS IN PHOENIX HOSIERY THAT BRING A "STORM" OF APPROVAL as no angle ot social lite at the U. Rod Manson did THUNDER . . . . -a neutral shade tor navy and black succeed in bringing the boys a little ot that so- LIGHTNING much-desired publicity by skipping att and mar- for grey IJIUGS Gnd HOW 165 55 rying the fair maiden ot his heart before any at Rqgwlight or medium the boys were the wiser. Several ot the boys have grey Costumes tur. E . been attempting to win the love of Alpha Phi's, S but they seem to have run up against that Phi alan un mi nu nu un lui mi nu un nu nu mi im nu mi Il? yi,-'LEE i 5 for the Occasion" I LAWTONIS RADIO AND I G misisisuiioiniak co i T S , l nc: ! ELECTRIC SERVICE i . . I E , VCITIIIIIIOD, S. D. i I 1 sion nu un mi un mi un nu mi un nu im nu lull ull!! O!! ull mi i mi un im ml ui! nil nn r ll nu its Cgflli llll un lu lm un un mi mi mi---mi un mi in ml nn mi sfo Now Featuring the Newest in LADIES' AND MEN'S WEARING APPAREL-Cl-IOICE STYLES NEW PATTERNS AT MODERATE PRICES SILVERBERC BRos. COMPANY Qian nu nn Eg 1- o + ll llll llll llll IIII Illl IIII IIII IIII IIII llll llll INI IIII H+ Sllll IIII Illl lI!I llll llll IIII Illl Illl llll INI flll Clll illl llll llll IIH1 It is Smart to be Thrifty Among right-thinking people it is no credit to be considered a careless and indifferent buyer - but it is a work of distinction to be pointed out as a Care- ful, Thrifty Shopper. lt is considered smart to set a better table at a lower cost, which can be ac- complished by confining your purchases to the Council Oak Stores Iowa Nebraska South Dakota Minnesota ll IIII Illl llll IIII ull Im IIII llll un llll llll ull llll Illl Delt obstacle as 'intruders always do at that sor- ority house. Joe Fuerhelnn is the "big" man of the house, literally speaking or otherwise. I-le can run things the ways he wants them at his fraternity house, but he doesn't do so well at the Pi Phi house. KAPPA ALPHA TH ETA The Theta's seem to have settled down to a quiet and not too interesting existence this year. No breath of scandal such as the much publi- cized "Knitting Nuns" of last year has wafted from the presence of the Theta bastille. Perhaps the absence of Johnny to Florida, l.ibby's removal to the hall, and the fact that a few of the livelier freshmen went searching for new fields to con- quer had something to do with this. Outside of the field of the drama lthe Thetas always rate in therel they do not seem to have done too : much this year. They did not even win an Old 'I' " "" "" "" ' ' "" "" ' ' '5' Gold contest, and fairly dropped from sight GT For the advent of Strollers. The Thetas were razzed PETERS' about their "big ankles" until they made it a ALL-LEATHER SHOES See M I 2 in iiii Im iiii iiii I III iiii Inn iiii iiiu iiii inii iiii iiii I I I I I III IIT ! 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LAMBDA CHI ALPHA 'S' Illl llli IIII Illl--Y llll IIII IUI IIII llll llll llll llll Illl llll Ill MAJESTIC TAVERN "Sioux City's Finest" 6l2 Fourth St. Sioux City, lowa QI! Illl Illl Illl Illl "IMI llll I I Illl Illl llll Illl llll Illl aio s : The boys broke a long-standing custom with Q., ,... .... .... .... .... ..., ,... ..., S ,,,, ,,,, ,,,, ,,,, ,,,, ,,,, , , , , dear old Lambda Chithis year and came out , , of their isolation out on the hill long enough to , S enter Strollers vaudeville with Pi Beta Phi. And t ' H. G. KOLB maybe it's a good thing, because now we know Vermillion, S, Dak. at least a half dozen of the boys that we didn't Th S Sh H realize were going to school. We saw a few bash- S Q marley OSS for the Qccwon ful little dears hiding behind the scenes the night : , of the production and naturally jumped at the 2 S conclusion that they were Lambda Chi's, but 2 STRUTWEAR HOSIERY as no one has ever seen them since, maybe it 5- - '--- -i-- --'- ---- ..-. - 1.--. ---- .... . l . 1 -5- was only an hallucination. ,,,, ,,,, ,,,, ,,,, , , . , ,,,, ,,,, ,,,, , , H 4, . : ' 1 PHI DELTA THETA 5 WEATH ER W AX S If our business momgerl Shultz, had Sold G 2 Style headquarters for the best nationally few more ads, we would have been able to leave known 'mes Ol men S Weor this organization out and thus kept this part of I-lor. Schcffner 5 Marx Clothes the book fairly clean. But since that is impossible, Glenbrook Style Clgfhes we will now attempt to tell of the accomplish- Stetson God Dobbs HGTS Florsheim and Freeman Shoes , ,,,, . 5 M , III, - Enro and Van l-leusen Shirts interwoven Hosiery '!"" 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Well, tirst We will start with their work on the publications, but it We start with that, we will have to end with that, and it we end with that we vvon't be able to start, so what can we do about it? Because, atter all, when the Phi Delts hold practically all ot the paying jobs on the vari- ous publications, they should receive a little notoriety tor it. So, it is our duty to give these news hounds the publicity they deserve, whether they yearn tor it or not. Including this as well as having more pins out than any other tra- ternity on the campus, these boys have really done all right tor themselves this year. PI BETA PHI There has been some rumor floating around the campus that the Pi Phi's are thinking ot changing the name ot their little club to Apple Polishers Deluxe. You see the girls decided it 1lIl llll llll Illf llll IIII III! llll llll llll llll I:ll III! llll llll IIII 'III1 Qu llll llll llll llll Illl llll llll Illl Ill! llll Ill llll H+ l 2 Friend ot the University OLSON'S TA1LoR sHoP i lit!! llll ull llll llll lm llll llll luv llll llll ull llli -.ll ull ml H+ +11 llll llll Illl llll llu lm llll Illl llll ull ull llll llll llll lul lloil AUSTIN DAIRY Pasteurized Milk, Cream, and Butter ouALitY SERVICE K l K S E Zi Market Street Vermillion, S. Dak. 2 ' fZ2c2I.'IS FSQQWSIVEZLTZBIS 2 Phone 37 3 gig im ni I my I mi in gig qw uu un nu uu nu in nn ugly was about time that they settled down for a little bit of knowledge since a few of the girls want to graduate this year, and the best way they could think of for doing it was to assume the air of scholars and try to make Phi Beta's out of the younger girls. ln order to do so they enacted a fine for cutting classes and established a study table for everyone in the house, actives included, with date nights being the only exceptions. For every flunk the girls made up a week-end and for every D they spend a Wednesday night within the bounds of the chapter house. But it seems that you can't successfully revamp playgirls into scholars overnight. Better luck next year. SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON Without a doubt this space could be omitted because everyone on the campus knows or has heard about the S. A. E.'s this year, for it has been a very prosperous year for Sigma Alpha PRESTQ CAFE YAN KTON -it rrrr r.r. r..- rrr. r--r .r.. . T . 4. 5. Qian mx ui im lm un lui ml nu - Oibxi llvl lil nu Illl its When in S l O U X C l T Y You're Always Welcome at Kahoun's Cafe 'Sl 5 Pierce and Gantz Lunch 514-T6 Sixth Street Qui un H., Q. 4, u uu mi un nu nn un im un nu mu mi im un me nn gig CONSTANT IMPROVEMENT To maintain a reputation for Photographic Leader- ship for over 50 years has meant constant improve- ment. Each year brings marked improvement in GENELLI Quality and Service. ' Today's Genelli Photographs are the finest values in Cienelli history. GENELLI STUDIOS "CAMERACRAFTSMEN" 7ll Pierce Street Sioux City, lowa I ull mi im un im mi un mi nu un mi im un im nm llll IIII llll llll lm llll lm It's Pure --- Because We Pasteurize Our MILK and CREAM Evergreen Farms, Incorporated Vermillion, South Dakota TRY OUR BUTTER AND ICE CREAM +5 W' Ill lm lm un IIII llll lm nu IIII llll nu ml un un ull ml If kL 'y + IIII llll lm llll lm lI:l lm Ill: llll Illl IIII llll llll I.llI HCI? PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY DR. G. R. COLLINS DR. G. W. COLLINS ZW Moin W. Phone I9 DR. T. OROIOKSHANR First NOt'I Bonk Phone 96-W DR. A. A. I-IEWETT ISM lVIOin W. Phone 287-W DR. I. S. OAKLAND IOO IVIOin E. Phone SI A. A. CO-TTON, Jr., Lovvyer I8 Moin E. Phone 490 DR. J. L. MARTIN, D.D.S. First NOt'I Bonk Phone 79 ' PAYNE O- OLSON, Lowyers 25 Moin W. Phone 87 DR. H. E. SCI-ILUETER, Oo. ' "We exomine eoch eye while both Ore seeing" : I Vermillion, S. DOI4. -lllll llll llll IIII llll l'! IIII llll-illll IIII III' llll IIE' IIII IIII llll III Epsilon. There seems to be O shortoge ot their pins Odorning the toir Coeds, but thOt MAY be due to the toot thot they Ore women hOters. Their "duck soup" in the homecoming porode Wos quite Oppropriote but would hOve been even more so it they hOd put Brother Shultz out where everyone could see him. Remember the squobble the Betos ond the S. A. E.'s hod over him? The house seems to be tuIl ot wisecrockers. We vvouIdn't know becouse we only heor, but it seems thot one ot the teIIovvs book in 'ZI wrote down O tevv ot his puns in one ot his vveoker moments, ond out ot reverence for their deor, deported brother, the boys Ore still using them. Neverthe- Iess, the S. A. E.'s hove O nice house. O. R. NITRIC Acro C. R. GLACIAL Acetic 4' 3 I .. Vi Z E? iii R: . I il ZZI Ii Siggg 2 1- I --II '--' -r-' -'-- - - I -I+ t www 'I' - gg 231312 O -H i-1 Di 3 If gg 2 CU Q 5 3 'E .. 3 W Q C I Q 3' F Z Q gg SQ' 5 I" PP 5 2 5 95 Q3 RRP 5' 5 5 Q , 9 P U ifiQMMQINhI ,gifili ui' '. I I M I I T I MhWfwfl1iII RIM - ':::,:.:::: :: 2 . 'IIIIIIII A R Ixwm if DELTA DELTA DELTA This is going to be hard to write, dear readers, because, afterall, dear readers, these girls have accomplished so very little this year that we can find nothing to vvrite about. But there is so much space allotted to us that has to be filled. Seems that the Tri-Delts tried to establish a precedent on the campus of exchange dinners with fraternities, and the S. A. E.'s were the first on the list, But they didn't seem to think so much of the idea. ln fact, it turned out to be the first and the last fraternity dinner the Tri-Delts had. If the recollection is correct, that idea comes from Minnesota. Now hovv on earth could these girls have gotten that idea vvay dovvn here at the University of South Dakota? DELTA TAU DELTA There's no shortage of material here, and that's no compliment. 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