University of Central Arkansas - Scroll Yearbook (Conway, AR)

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A g.m,.gA .A , P, I EF' an COPYRIGHT 1931 BETTY DOUGLASS Editor ROBERT HART Business Manager , 5 A Arkansas State Teachers College Conway, Arkansas V fi EIEIEIEI EIEIEIE E DQDICATIOIX To THE SPIRIT OF THE CLASSICS WHICH IS RISING SO RAPIDLY IN THIS SCHOOL, THE CLASSICAL EDITION OF THE SCROLL IS DEDICATED. - A4 EJ.IElE'.IT2'l EITEIEIE ELIEEIEIEIUIEIEIEEIE .ew-'Lf MCALISTER HALL 2 ' afbll. 21 I 714 9 3 APARTMENT DORMITORY I F I P I I V I I I I ADMINISTRATION BUILDING T V, .lu I 1 TRAINING SCHOOL 1 5 'f A:,4n ' ' LIBRARY lfxffv L fx G 1' KAW? W . 1 Q. Lf if , 5' :Q gf 2,1 TI-IE CAMPUS 20 YEARS AGO-WHEN THE FIRST SCROLL WASVPUBLISHED IQ55 fi?-1 ex ADMIIXIITRATIOIX W-Wwliwg-,gm ,E - --.Qs N-f i qkllll Qfbffessage to the Tresident This year instead of the customary message from the president of the college, we are devoting this space to a message to the president. To Colonel lVIcAlister, the president and the man, we wish to express our great gratitude for the work you have done to promise the good of the college. You have labored and slaved in order to get every good thing you could possibly get for the school. We, the students, realize a little of the enormous amount of time and energy you spend for our good, and we do sincerely thank you for it. A. Meadors Ida M. Waldran Dram Dann of WvOm?71 Q20 MIAA-SIXX wb s- Ora Blackman Mrs. Jessie Boardman C. C. Calhoun English Tmfning School Superviso1 Business College Lula. M. Caraher Matlvcfrmlics x"'kl"' C' Ql.L.W'7?mfff'y l G. Dan Estes Mrs. Annie B. Gibson Andy Grummer Dr. Flcra A. Haas Mdfhfmdfiff Assistant Librarian Reforder Biofogifaf Science F. H. Harrin Dr, Ada Jane Harvey Laura E. Haynes Homer F. Hess Director of Training Foreign Language Taining Srlvool Mzzsic School, Education Supervisor E. L. Higgins Nlrs. Dollie R. Holl Mabel Rose Jamison Glenn Kirklanzi History Home Economics Art .Expression if .ff fffiif fb Dr. O. N. Lackey Edith A. Langley Mrs. William Little Dr. D, D. McBrien Physical Srience Home Econorrzirf lllnric History lX4rs. F. B. McGlacl1lin Paul T. McHenry H. L. Minton Constance M. Mitchell Librarian Iudzutrial Arts Geography Englixk S. D. Mitchell C. V, Robinette Mattie Sanders C. F. Shelbey flgriculture Biology Training School 1:01 'gn L lg age Supervisor Q qi ' 1 Marie Schichrl Evie Shaw G. Y. Short G. E. Smith Art Asxirtant Librarian Examiner Registrar Dr. C. D. Smith Zona Ellen Smith Lowell Thompson Mrs. W. C. Thompson Agriculture Physical Education, History Violin English Mrs. W. B. Torreyson Lucy Torson C. C. Denney lVlrs. Mabel Caraway Dormitory llflatron Home Economics Educat? Dormitory lllalron A fer- f Q. Q7 H' 7 I1 I Clflffff 15, G SENIORS IQ52 gdb'-V,,,,.... 'ia titans' 1 95 3:49 ,AN 5. get 3:15 .xx S'., KV QS lx ETS ls ti ada? XB X YS 7-we mf , AUGUSTA ANDERSOW. . . 4.- .... Zan . S. E. Central College '31, '32, Phi Alpha Theta, Y. W. C. A.: Echo Staff '34, '35, Thanksgiving Maid '34, Secretary Phi Alpha Theta '34, '35, Y. W. C. A. Cabinet y34, '35, Treasurer Sigma! Sigma Sigma '34, Treasurer Art Club '34, '35, Vice- Ptesident Sigma Sigma Sigma '35, Alpha Chi '35, Class Editor Scroll '35, Ele. Club. MARY CATHERINE BAYLISS . . . Russellville B. S. E. BERNICE BEASLEY ........... Hardy W B. S. E. Alpha Chi, Alpha Chi reporter, Y. W. C. A. Cabinet '33, '34, Y. W. C. A. Treasurer '34, '35, Historian Alpha Sigma Tau '34, Vice-President Alpha Sigma Tau '35, Inter-sorority council '34, Echo staff '34, '35, Law Club '34, '35, Classical Club '34, '35, Departmental Editor Echo '34, '35, DORIS BERRY ........ . . . Conway B. S. E. Sigma Sigma Sigma, Eho Staff '34, '35, French Club '31, '34, Library Assistant '30, '31, '34, Little Theatre '30, '31, Violin Ensemble '3O. GUY BRADDY . . Conway B. S. E. LUCY JANE BRANNON, R. N. . . Conway B. S. Honorary member Pree Med Club. JUNE BROOKS ....... . Conway B. S. E. Phi Alpha Theta '33, '34, '35. FRANCES BURT ............ Alma A. B. Central College '31, '32, Baptist Student Secretary '33, y34, Songsters Club '33, '34, piano concerto soloist '33, Y. W. C. A. '33, '34, Alpha Beta Mu '33, '34. BETTY JANE BURTON ...... . Conway B. S. E. Alpha Chi, Secretary Alpha Chi '33, President Alpha Chi '34, Treasurer Classical Club '32, Secretary Classical Club '33, President Classical Club '34, Vice-President Classical Club '34, Y. W. C. A. Cabinet '32, '33, '34, Student Interest Com- mittee '34, '35, Debating Team y33, Squad '34. MARY FRANCES BUZBEE . . . . Fort Smith B. S. E. Fort Smith Junior College. MRS. BEN CAMPBELL ......... Conway B. S. E. Elementary Club, Vice-President Elementary Club ,345 Song- sters. B. M. CAROLAN . ......... Booneville B. S. Sigma Tau Gammag Vice-President Alpha Tau Alpha, '34, '35. MARGARET CARTER .......... Altus B. S. E. Alpha Sigma Tau, Vice-President Sigma Beta Lamba '34, '35. MRS. WALSA CASTLEBERRY . . . . . Marshall B. S. E. Clairy Club '24g Art Club ,275 Music Club '27, Y. W. C. A. '24, '27, '34,' 35, Glee Club '34, '35g Elementary Club '34, '35. VIRGINIA COCHRAN ..... Jefferson City, Mo. B. S. E. Alpha Phi Epsilong Basketball '32, '33g Royal Rooter, Little Theatre, Secretary Alpha Phi Epsilon '33, '35, Homecoming Maid '33g Sigma Beta Lambda, President Alpha Phi Epsilon '35 CHRISTINE COFFMAN . . ...... Keo B. S. Alpha Sigma Tau, Central College, Art Club '35g Elemen- tary Club '35g Choral Club '34, '35, President B. S. U. Council '35g Alpha Beta Mu '34, ,355 Y. W. C. A. '35, Pre-Law Club '35, Y. W. C, A. Cabinet '35. MRS, MARGARET SPARKS DejARNATT . . Conway B. S. E. MARY ELIZABETH DOUGLASS ..... Conway B. S. E. Hendrix ,31, ,323 Alpha Phi Epsiloni '32, Phi Alpha Theta '33, Alpha Chi '33g Vice-President Alpha Phi Epsilon '34g Vice-President Phi Alpha Theta T34, '355 Editor Scroll ,35Q President Pro-tem of Arkansas Yearbook Associationg Library Assistant '32, '35, Who's Who. -IOSEPHINE DOWDLE .... . . Morrilton B. S. E. Sigma Sigma Sigmag Secretary Sophomore Class, Secretary Sigma Sigma Sigma 33. FORREST DUNAWAY ....... . Conway B. A. Vice-President Freshman Class, Royal Rootersg Football '31, '32, '33, ,34g Track '32, '34g Football captain '343 President Senior Class '34, Choral Club, Secretary T Associa- ticn '32, Vice-President T Association '33, Chairman Student Interest Committee '34, '35, Associate member Kiwanis Club '35, Pre-Med Club. RUPERT EDWARDS . . . ..... Conway B. S. E. Lambda Delta Lambda, Royal Rooters, Y. M. C. A. Cabinet Chi Nu. CLAYTON ELLIOTT ........ Little Rork pclegfgf 42,6062 B, S. If. f0:'o0,?lYl' UMM. 65 . ENDITH GANN . . . ...... Fort Smith B. S. E. Elementary Club, Art Club, Y. W. C. A. VIVIAN GEORGE ........ . Conway B. S. German Club, Y. W. C. A. JOSEPHINE GRAHAM .... .... H arrisor B. S. Sigma Sigma Sigma, President Sigma Beta Lambda. NATHAN E. GARHAM ........ Greenbrier B. S. in Agrirulture Alpha Tau Alphag President of Alpha Tau Tlpha '33, '34. VERA INEZ HALE ......... Hot Springr B. S. Secretary of Classical Club ,333 Choral Club l3Zg Y. W. C. A. THELMA HAMILTON ..... North Little Rock B. S. E. Alpha Chi '33, ,34g Alpha Sigma Tau, Classical Club ,343 President Classical Club ,345 French Club '32, ,335 Y. W. C. A. '34. ROBERT HART ...... . North Little Rotk B. A. Baseball '32, ,33, '34, "T" Association, Royal Rootersg Sports Editor Echog Business Manager Footballg Student In- terest Committeeg President Sigma Tau Gamma ,34, '35g Secretary Sigma Tau Gamma '33, Associate Member Kiwanis Club, Business Manager Scroll. LOIS HENRY ....... . . . Little Rock B. S. E. Alpha Sigma Taug Sigma Beta Gambdag Transfer from Tennessee College, Murfreesboro, Tenn. MOREE HERNDON ......... Pine Bluff B. S. E. Monticello A 64 M '31, '32, '33, B. S. U. Council. JOHN I. HOGUE ..... .... 1 ,ittle Rock B Y E Zeta Phi Delta, Biology Laboratory Assistant, Vice-Presi- dent Zeta Phi Delta, Secretary Zeta Phi Delta, Baseball '32, '33, '34, Science Club, Vice-President Science Club, Secretary Science Club, Associate member Kiwanis Club '34, EMILY MARGARET HORTON .... Plumerville B. 5. E. Alpha Chi, Classical Club, Y. W. C. A., Secretary Classical Club '34, Secretary Alpha Chi '35. MILDRED I-IORTON ........ Forrest City B. 5. E. Sigma Sigma Sigma, Secretary 'gma Sigma Sigma, Treas- urer Y. W. C. A., Science lu 1 . V, CECILIA I-I .... . . . Gillett B. E. . SQ a ignp Sigm- Phi l a T ta ouisiana State r a ,d eg te to 1 A . heta '33, arnival Queen '34. ELOIS I-IUL . ' ........ Marrzrrioth Spring A. B. Sigma Sigma Sigma, Alpha Beta Mu, Glee Club, Chapel Choir '33, '34, '35, President Sigma Sigma Sigma '33, Presi- ident Alpha Beta Mu '34, Secretary Junior Class '33, '34, Y. W. C. A. Cabinet '32, Student Interest Committee '34, '35. ROSE MARIE HUTTO ......... Conway B. S. Phi Alpha Theta, Secretary B. S. U. Council '33, '34. BONNIE GUY JOHNSON . . . .... Paris B. S. E. Sigma Sigma Sigma, College of Ozarks, String Ensemble '33, '34, '35, Y. W. C. A. Cabinet '33, '34, President Y. W. C. A. '35, Alpha Beta Mu '34, Sigma Sigma Sigma Secretary '34, President Sigma Sigma Sigma '35, Songsters '35, Homecoming Maid '33, Secretary Senior Class '35, Or:hestra '34. JOHN JONES ....... . Conway B. S. E. HAROLD KENNAIVIER . . . . Mt. Vernon B. S. E. I wr, . V. , bw-. . 5Q. U xxx XM sax x GJ Q U 66 s N all 01 "VJ 144' u U eu ,Q -in -XJ 0 ' o Q' f2w we GA 0'Q7 ELIZABETH KERR .,... , Conway B. S. E. Sigma Beta Lambda. LILY BOLTON KIRTEN ....... Like Village A. B. Alpha Sigma Tau, Transfer from Monticello A. and M. College, Alpha Beta Mu. MARY MARGARET MCDERMOTT . . . Little Rofli B. S. E. Y. W. C. A., Classical Club '32, '33g Editor of Echo l34g Reporter of Echo '33, Treasurer of Sigma Sigma Sigmag Royal Rooters. JESSIE MAUDE McKENZIE . . . . Ola B. S. E. Alpha Sigma Tau. ALPI-IIA MILLS ....... .... C onway B. S. E. Alpha Sigma Tau, Assistant Editor of Scrollg Classical Club '32, '33, '35, Y. W. C. A.g Echo Reporter, Editor Alpha Sigma Tau Anchor. BONNIE MINTON ......... Little Rock B. S. E. Alpha Chi, Lambda Delta Lambda Science Club '33, '343 Secretary of Lambda Delta Lambda ,343 Student Interest Com- mittee ,34. I-IAZEL OWENS , .... .... W altenmw B. S. E. Science Club '33g Lambda Delta Lambda '34g Little Theatre ,345 Debating team '34, Alpha Chi '34, Y. W. C. A. HAZEL PAYNE ....... . Clarksville B. S. E. EVELYN PEACOCK ........... Camden B. S. E. Alpha Phi, Royal Rootersg Y. W. C. A.g Elementary Club, President of Alpha Phi Epsilon, Treasurer '34, Cabinet Member Y. W. C. A. '32, ,33, '34, ,355 Vice-President Y. W. C. A. ,ss f MERRILL QUINLEY ..... . . . Fort Smith B. S. E. Y. W. C. A. I32, I34, ,35g Sigma Beta Lambda. LANEY J. ROBERTS ..,..... B. S. E. Phi Lambda Chig President Phi Lambda Chi. . Vilonia Secretary- Treasurer Y. M. C. A.g Member Doyne Hall Committeeg Sports Editor of Scroll. NANNIE JEAN RYE .... . Rzusellviflc B. S. E. JOHN ROBERT RUSSELL ...... . Conway B. A. Phi Lambda Chig Assistant Business Manager Scroll ,323 Editor Echo '32g President Phi Lambda Chi '31, '32g Presi- dent Y. M. C. A.g President Arkansas College Press Associa- tion '32g Debating ,32 '34g Chairman Freshman Rules En- fcrcementg Pre-Law Clubg Royal Rootersg Best Debater in Arkansas BZ. Individual MARGUERITE SANDEFORD ...... Conway B. S. E. Y. W. C. A. Bl, ,323 Classical Club '31, 32, '34, MARY SHARROCK ......... B S ' ,35. JQMBABW . . 11. 9 Alpha Sigma Taug Historian Alpha Sigma Tau Secretary Alpha Sigma Tau '34g Elementary Club '34. CORINNE LOVE SIBLEY ........ Conway B. S. E. Alpha Phi Epsilong Secretary Art Club B33 President Art Club '34g Y. W. C. A. Publicity Agent. WAYDENE ANN SIMMONS . . . Conway B. S. E. Echo Staff '34g Alpha Phi Epsilon 533. ETHELENE STEPHENS . . . . Blevins B. S. E. Sigma Beta Lambda. KATHELENE STEPHENS . . . Blevins B. S. E. Sigma Beta Lambda. . Sheridan VENITA STUCKEY ......... A. B. Delta Phi Dcltag Classical Clzzbg Y. W. C. AJ A. 5: M. '33g Basketball '33. Monticello r . he .Q ite W' W ,fs nf' 7 l GERALDINE TERRAL . . . .... Little Rock B. 5. E. Sigma Sigma Sigmag Transfer from Little Rofk junior Col- legeg Treasurer of Senior Class '35g Cabinet Member Y. W. C. A. '34g Alpha Chi '35. MADGE TOWELL ...., . . Ola B. S. E. President of Sigma Sigma Sigma 353 French Club ,30, ,31g Robin Hood Archery Club '30, '3lg Basket Ball lil, ,323 Treasurer Sigma Tau Theta '32g Vice-President Junior Class ,343 Debating Team ,345 Representative to Inter-Sorority Council ,34. DAVID HULAN WALLIS . . . . .Valley Springx B. S. E. ELIZABETH WOFFORD . . . . . Conway B. S. Delta Phi Delta. MARY SUE WOOD .... .... C onwtzy B. S. E. Delta Phi Delta, Alpha Chi 34, '35g Phi Alpha Theta '34, ,355 Debate '33g Tansfer from Randolph-Maccn, Lynchburg, Va.g Henderson State Teachers College, Arlcadelphia. LILLIAN WOODSON . . . . Mdgl1E5X B. S. E, MARY WORLEY ...... . North Little Rock B. S. E. Y. W. C. A. Cabinet l3l, '32g Marshall of Sorority in 325 Founder's Day Queen litlg President of Sorority '34, ,35Q Vice-President of Senior Classg Little Theatreg Alpha Psi Omega, National Dramatic Frat. '32, '33,'34g Alpha Sigma Tau. .iffii U! ,M . it wb Wi JUNIQRS F tficfrljt Mtt ARA BALDRIDGE . AVA BALDRIDGE . RUTH BERRY , JACK BLACK LOTA BREWER . MAXINE CARPER . VIRGINIA COLTHARP Q . ISE CORDREY . DANSBY COUNCIL . . . X., FRANCES COXSEY . EULA CRAVENS . HELEN DENISON , SHANNON FLOWERS MARION FRANCIS . VIVIAN B. HALEY . MEDRITH HANCOCK FRANCES HEMBEY DOROTHY HICKS . . Conway . Conway . Conway . Waldrorz Murfreesboro . Hatfield . Newport . Conway Fort Smith . Conway . Scranton . Conway . Stuttgart Little Rock Little Rock . Conway Little Rock West Helena ELIZABETH HIGH . MARY ELLEN JACKMAN RUTH JACOBS . GLADYS FAYE JONES . TOLISE KING . LOUISE LEACH . KENNETH MOSLEY . FRANCES McELROY . . MAURICE MCKINLEY . VERRELL McNABB . ELEANOR MAPES . . CAROLYN SUE MATLOCK . . . Lonoke . . Alix . . Russellvilfe . Conway . Conway Garner, Tex. . Conway . Wfynfze . Morriltoyi . Vilonia Fort Smith . Carthage ERRY IDDLE ON orzh Lime Rot gi-A a- O9?-Lwn ad- CA LTON MILA . . . CORINNE MILLER . . HELEN LUCILLE MOORE DOROTHY McCLURE . MONTINE NIXON . . Lon ay . fudxonia . Conway . Texarkana . Conway lg fl MILDRED PATISCHALL . . Lewisville MARY PENCE , . . . Conway MARIE REYNOLDS . . . Conway E. ROBERTS . . . Boone-ville DO OTHEA ROGERS . . . Conway MARTHA SIBLEY . . Conway STARR . . Conway DALE STEUART . . Murfreesboro NANCY VIRGINIA STEWART . . Bradley GWYN STROZIER . . . Fort Smith HAZEL SWINDLER . . Ozark MARTHA VIRGINIA THOMPSON . Conway DORIS WOOD . . . Conway IRENE WOOD . . . FortSmitl1 SOPHCDMGRES BERNICE ADAMS , BARBARA ANDERSON . CAROLINE ARMITAGE . TOKEY ASHBY . WENONAH FAY BAUGHN CLAYTON BENNETT . DONALD BILLINGSLEY . MAE BELLE BLACK . HANSEL BOYD . I- MARY ALICE CAIN . AGNES CARPENTER . . CLO CASHION . LOUISE CI-IANEY . . . GEORGE CONNELL 173.-41. '. FRANCES COUNTS . MARY JOSEPHLNE CRAFTON . BEN CRAIN . . Yellville . Benton . Searcy . Benton . Conway . Carlisle Fort Smith . Conway . Fordyce . Eudora . Malverrz . Eudora . Lonokc .Bald Knob Little Rotk . Conway . , Mena J. W. DENISON . . West Helena 1 P r + 0 'N BERNICE DUNCAN . . FoNSmNy ANITA DUNN . . Conway MELISSA ECHOLS . . Conway QLA AYSELLE. EDW RDS , . . EVA M FA ..... . . Tyronza RUTH FAULKNER ...... Nlorrilton '4"'0'Q'tw UNJM-0 WM? MELISSA FIS . . .h .... Morriltofz f . -f"""' air A 4 6 'Bw-fv1d1'OBT7Q'F1sER . .. Q' . ' ., :ML .mfzfvi Sa-wif-1 ILA MAE GOOD ........ Amity '- S MJ. has mayb-9.2-A 1'4'0-." "XP'V'Q , ...gl AN E GRAY ..... dSCdg0l4Id, Mzss. VIRGINIA GUTHRIE . . MAVIS HALE . MARY ALICE I-IARDIN . GENEVA I-IARGIS . JUANITA I-IARGIS . . MARY KATI-IRYN HARRIS JEWEL MAE HARRISON KEITH HARRISON . . Conway . Hot Springs . Benton M07filfOll . Conway Morrillorz . . . Malverrz Plumervillc Q WW SOM OVW -I 1 .JJX Q Ilan., I-'031A,L-tlfvvul ' - 2 ' - , I ,- ' Sfsvf 'if f I Www Qlfvju-gym M4 'Looww '-we QF fxfjyjgf ' .N -wddbi NV 'mkmww 0' N99' 'J' I P IVIILDRED HARRISON . . West Helena WRIGHT HATCI-IER . . . Imbodeu WILDA HEFLEY . . . . Magazirlc , X 0' RACHEL HESS . . . Conway gif!! BIRDEEN HILL . . , Pafkdale -, JI 2 I , J, RUTH HI ST . . Sacramenlo, Calzf. Sf 'J5-A ELIZABETH HOLTZENDORF . Hazen WILLIE R. -IENNINGS . . Conway EDRA FAYE JONES . . Conway GLADYS PAYE JONES . . Conway -IUANITA KAYLOR . Van Buren WALLACE KITCHENS . Hamburg DOROTHY LAWSON . . . Croyset! DONALD LEE . . Pine Bluff ROBERT LeHEW . Stuttgart Cf MARGARET HELEN LEIGH Morriltofz 5.3 gag I DOROTHY LOWE . . Gillette 5 8 ' HUGH MCCULLOUGH . . Alicia ef? CHRISTINE McDONALD HARRIETTE MALONE TERRY MITCHELL . URIEL MONEY . RANCES MOORE . A . Weldon . Benton . foiner Waldrorz . Conway . Conway M WS NOWELL . . EVA LOIS OATES . H. C. PARKIN . . BILL PRIAKOS . C. W. RICHARDS . DORIS RITTMANN . . MARY RADOVIC . . IMOGENE ROGERS . . WILLIAM SAUNDERS JIMMIE SHANNON . FRANCILLE SHEPERD WILLIS SMITH . . RAYMOND STEVENSON Morriltonz . Carlisle Pine Bluff . Benton . Gillette Hamburg . Clinton Texarkana . Clinton . Benton . . Hope . . Cabot 922 4' 1 fa-ff:-4..a..1' ..,.uy., , 'X A-W4 -gllhcevgj , Ccwlevxe, Wynne, JOHN BEN STEWART . MARGUERITE STEWART CHARLSIE SUTTERFIELD HELEN TAYLOR . IDA HELEN VISE . PHYLLIS WALDRIP . J. B. WALLACE, JR. , Fort Smith , Conway , Conway Marianna . Forexter . Grady . Mena 9 'Nw FRESHMEN aww o4y7w ' I 1, fgfzsefsf Q of . 1300? off A I I fff! V ' ' dll' TL! .K1 Ei - ,W J' .v rw Q4-' My s 0 X D dr- ops 4-I N rs! of a' W 1 f X QMXJW eg we 3 C V ' . e . , 'MM PB MW +R F 5733iff3.-,...g Aft: Qi EIA , R. ANDERSON . . Zen: BETTY JEAN BUNGER .,... Cfzlutfy fl!-S. WW ROSA AUERSPERG . . . . Hazen LEMUEL BURNETT . . . DeWitt . Heber Springs THOMAS CANTRELL . . . Greenbrier qj.9'VV,Wfy,ELG1N BARNETT . l D ' BLANCHE BEASLEY . L W RALPH BEHRENS . LORENE BELL ..,. MARGARET BLANCHARD CLARA MAE BOARDMAN KATHRYN BRADFORD . MURIEL BRAND . . HOWARD BUCKNER . LUCILLE BUFFALO . . Heber Springf . . Malverfl . . . Fort Smitlr . . El Paso, Texas . . . . Conway . Clinton . Harrison , Pine Bluff . England CHARLES HILL CARLTON RUTH MOSS CARROLL . LENA CARTER . . DOT CASHION . . . HELEN RUTH CHISAM HELEN HALL CLEMENT G. G. COCKMAN . . . MARY NEAL CONDITT ANNA MARIE COPE . . 5, . . Lake Village . Fm Smith . . Conway . Eudora . Bradford . , . Alllveimer . Benton Tuflzerman . Little Rock tl WV X An?-'Hill 43 7 343322 3 LENA MAY CRAIN . JO CRAWFORD . . EUNICE Dc-BOARD . WANDA LEA DECKER . DuBOSE DOBSON . . EDGAR DONALD . CHARLES DOWNS . . ALICE FRANCES DUDLEY GRACE DUTTON . . . CHARLES EDWARDS . ESTELLE ELLIOT . . GERALDINE ETHRIDGE 1 if Ae ,3 f CC3?3gfRLi3q3 RRR ..-.,, N N - - A? Ei A 3v.SLhm MM 51.0. wud? . N1-uk5fxONmX Z ,pf 4, 4,4571 94 29" W . . Little Rafi: MARY LOU ETTER 4, ' Hollywood. Calif. CORA FRANCES FLORENC Q. . YQCOI1 QQ 2? I . 1 . . . . Vilonia WINNIE LEE FLOYD . . 'Aft gr 44, r - I I . . Pocahontas MAXINE FRAUENTHAL , . Heber Spring? Q, ' 2 Q-K1 . Garland LESLIE FREEMAN . , . Yellvilleqv Q 4' tc? , Van Bum, AUDREY FULLER . . Almym?.o,,d ek 5' . Nofpmff ELIZABETH GAMMEL . . . . Monffoffffhx div, I o . ff . . , 904 . . . Hot Sprmgx EMMA MARGARET GATLING . . Conway lk Q cf N , 'gee a,, . . Conwy JIM GIST .....,.. . Conwy ,JV V 0' . Conway HARRY GREEN .... . . Brinkley 'QI 'X . Pine Bluff MARTHA ELLEN GREEN . . . Pine Bluff . Conwag MARTHA LOUISE GREER . . Conway Www ,Ex m N 'xibivfft I fx Ml! XVELZIE GUNNELS . LESTER HATCHER . RALPH HELLUMS . MARION HERMAN . HELEN HILL . . JOHN HUNDLEY . . REBEKAH HUNNICUTT MARGARET HURLEY EUGENIA KEITH . . LOUISE KLINE . IRENE LAYMAN . MARIAN LENEHAN . New . . . Emerson . lmboderz . . . Morrillozz North Liltle Rock . Colton Plant . . Brinkley . Colton Plant . Newport . . Van Buren . . Stuttgart . Conway . DeWitt - . . . . . Little Rock QQXM-M tt' , AVINEL LYONS . . ANGIE M:CASLAND . MARY ADELE MARTIN BRUCE MENEES . ALLAN MERRITT . ERNEST MOIX . ELSIE MORRIS . PAULINE MORRIS . ALTA NICHOLSON . SUE NOBLES . . . LOUISE NORMENT . Conway . . Benton Harrisor Quilman Morrillovz Conway Viloma Vilonia Tyronza Pafkdale .Mariarrfza K AW Ib 4.4 N? 'E ELMER OSMUN . x. . Kensington, Md. SAM O'BAUGT'T Q N d1477lOI1f. Texas MADGE PATTERSON . . ELIZABETH PAYNE . . MARY KATHRYN POWELL JIMMIE RAE RAMSEY . . ANNA REEVES . VIRGINIA ROTH . . PAULINE SCHWARTZ . ELOISE SHORT- . . LaVONNE SMITH . W. B. SNAPP . . . Fordyce Clarkwillc . . Clvarlefrmi . Benton , Pine Bluff . . Stuttgart . Magnet Cove . El Dorado . Pine Bluff . . Batesville WALT' fgf?5i' Wa? WSW V., 0 X . if? 'Wm' iffwz ZZ'-'ac 2 M MILDRED STEPHENSON . . St. Cfngles . NANNETTE STEWART . Conway ERNESTINE STTLES . . . Scott , MILDRED STURDY . . Charleston Aj DOREEN SWAFFAR . , Conway ALLEN TARVER . . Star City IMA THOMAS . . . . . Roxebud WINONA THOMAS . . North Littfe Rofk JEAN THOMPSON . . . Conway RUTH FRANCES TITUS . Hamburg DOYNE TOWNSEND . . . Lonoke LAWRENCE TRAWICK . . . Quitman ,E 'D x W3 WWW F3 kj .-fy.-vig, - GERALDINE TUCKER . MYRTLE LEE TURNER . . ANNA LOU WALLER . AVA WARD .... . . JAMES WARD . , Harrison LAUDIUS WILKES ..... Gideon, Mo. . Conway VIRGINIA ELIZABETH WILLIAMS . Little Rock RUTH WILLOUGI-IBY . . . W'o1f Bayou BETH WOOD . . . Rector JOE woos EY AAA. . . . RUTH WELCH . . . . . Conway ,ff ff! " ?!"""'j JL.,-, ,f,.,.4-cf.,77 +05- fwwfrz fM34 ,pa -zwmc, EQ tj 771. 1 J HJJQQJ ' 2113, 419 Uicux-Q x . my , Fofdyfe Tyronza Comm,- . Carlisle 7 . "1 1 '- Second Semester Students MEJQW QWQAVWK fx lf' WMM J QBERRY . . 51301313 . 1 EgE CE DERDEN , . RUTH HUNTER . , JOHN s K1R . . 1v1Rs,A1313Y Lou NICHOLSON . 13oR LLIS . . K1 T. WILSON . . . MARY LOUISE EAST . . PERCY BROWN . . 41a 7 if -50 1 W. ' Y HUMPHRIES , . . . Hot Spring . Auguxta . . Mer1.z . . Searry . lwarianna . . Manila . Carlisle Lake Village Forrest City For! Smith . Imboden A rlwdelplvirz Y V ff' ' ' -FQATXJ Rf! QUEENS me 'IQLH1 igewy iBeauty 9366114 Gfbfary Catherine fBayli55 iBecmty Smeen., MW my w W iBcmnie Guy j'ol1n5on., igeauty mean., ig, 7 K f Torothea KIQJQQTS iBeauty been ww! -5 32225 52' ADRIAN BREWER - STUDIO 31 WEST 47th ST., NEW YORK Hollenberg Bldg., East 5th St. Little Rock, Ark. March 16, 1935 Miss Betty Douglas Conway, Arkansas My dear Miss Douglas: The delay in returning these photographs to you, with my selections, was occasioned as much by the difficulty of arriving at a decision as by other circumstances in the work-a-day profession of portrait painting. After the initial bewilderment of blundering into the presence of so much loveliness, it was necessary for the artistic conscience to devise an impartial method of approach to the selection of the various winners. I remembered that an old master's advice to a young painter, upon approaching a certain problem, was first, nto commend himself to the saints and then to don the cloak of humilityn, but, when I had reached this point I found it was necessary to have additional equipment in the form of some kind of armour to resist the wiles of so many pretty pairs of eyes. Such intangible factors as charm, personality, animation, intelligence, poise, etc., had my head in such a whirl that, in sheer desperation, I reached for the traditional Greek yardstick of classic proportion and, after much careful deliberation, marked four photographs "one", "two", "three" and 'four". While not wishing to disclaim responsibility entirely for my decisions, I would like to share a little of it, nevertheless, with Messrs. Phidias, Kallikrates and several other gentlemen whose names escape me at the moment. Thank you for the privilege and the pleasure of this delightful task. Sincerely yours, cwflnita fDvmn.J qootball Shgeen., QUTSTANDING STUDENTS kia. f LOUISE CORDREY, Conway Alpha Sigma Taug Phi Alpha Thetag Alpha Chig President Phi Alpha Theta 734, ,355 Treasurer Alpha Chi ,34, '35g Assistant Editor Echo '34, ,355 Y. W. C. A. Cahinet ,34, 35. DANSBY CCUNCIL, Fort Smiffn Chi Nug Secretary Chi Nu ,345 Assistant 32, '35g Royal Routers. BETTY DOUGLASS, Conway Alpha Phi Epsilong Transfer from l"lenclrix ,SZQ Phi Alpha Theat 'BQ Alpha Chi '33j Vice-President Alpha Phi Epsilon '34g Vice-President Phi Alpha Theta 34, ,355 Editor Scroll '35g President pro-tem Arkansas Yearbook Associationg Library Assistant UZ, '35. WW 522' FORREST DUNAVJAY, Conway . Vice-President Freshman Class, Royal Rooters, Football '31, '32, '33, '34, Track '32, '33, '34, Football Captain '34, President Senior Class '35, Choral Club, Secretary T Associa- tion, Vice-President T Association '33, Chairman Student Interest Committee '34, '35, Associate member Kiwanis Club '35. ROBERT I-IART, North Little Rock Sigma Tau Gamma, Baseball '32, '33, '34, T Association, Royal Rooters, Sports Editor Echo, Business Manager Football, Student Interest Committee, President Sigma Tau Gamma '34, Secretary Sima Tau Gamma '33, Associate member Kiwanis Club, Business Manager Scroll '35. JOHN 1. HOGUE, Little Rock Zeta Phi Delta, Biology Laboratory Assistant , Vice-President Zeta Phi Delta, Secre- tary Zeta Phi Delta, Baseball '32, '33, '34, Science Club, Vice-President Science Club, Secretary Science Club. 3? W 450501. 'fWf"7'7" 7525? M196 7M Aajwaa QMYWL ffl, - ,fggpcsf w,'5L,5 Y'fo7LsaffoLC.1C 3740 You- vfv-.5 Mood pry-U 4 CVDOHU3 GU, BQQILH If VxCf0n'7"7LD"3,et Hg H 0-,yyygf .5'fZ4.Cffu.7Q - V Zzfofii- ELUISE HULL, Marnmotfn Spring Sigma Sigma Sigma, Alpha Beta Mug Glee Club, Chapel Choir '33, '34, '35, Sigma Sigma Sigma '33, President Alpha Beta Mu '34, Secretary Junior Class '33, '34, Y. W C. A. Cabinet '32, Student Interest Committee '34, '35. LOUISE LEACH, Garner, Texas Alpha Chi '34, Student Representative to Alpha C11 Convention '35, VERREL MCNABB, Vilonia Phi Lambda Chi, Choral Club '34, '35g Chanticleers '34, '35, Chapel Choir '33, '34 Alpha Beta Mu. of IEQ41f '9 72!4...4,wve ff? f'?U-14,1 'ha Q . N ., X JVWSWQQQ BILL PRIAKOS, Pine Bluff Sigma Tau Gamma, Business Manager Echo '34, '35, String trio '33, '34g Alpha .,,.m-355s-,fm .w gm . ' -am :Lie MM. Zn! df W, W! Beta Mu. MARIE REYNOLDS, Conway Delta Phi Delta: Alpha Chi '34, President Delta Phi Delta '35, W MMJLIQEZA JOHN ROBERT RUSSELL, Comiifff Phi Lambda Chi, Assistant Business Manager Scroll '32, Editor Echo '32, President Phi Lambda Chi '31, '32, President Y. M. C. A., President Arkansas College Press Associa- tion '32g Debating '32, '34, Chairman Freshman Rules Enforcement Committee '34, Pre- Law Club, Royal Rootersg President Royal Rooters '35, Best individual debater in Arkansas '32, Phi Alpha Theta '35. 'h A JN: ' X9 U Q F3 -fatils HE ND THERE B T. Z Therbeautiful Queen Dink and her maicls. 35 The prize-winning float with Katie perched high. W Mary, Queen of Found- ers Day. Careful, girls. Them there mules are tem- perrnental. Now what are you clo- ing? You canlt scare us. Gladys Faye and Ida Helen prepare for the Worst. Hi, Roscoe! Pals. Come Clown, Bill. We already know you're a monkey. Why, Rachel, you might scare the fish fif there are any. Do you girls really know how to run a mixer? We Clon't believe it. The Beta Phi float. It lost the horse. Where,s Alies Maude, Bill? You look lone- some. Tolise takes time off for a little nap. PEOPLE First we have a group of Deltas smiling sweet- ly. fThey had the pic- ture made especially for the Scroll, thats why they're smilingl. Winona and Tokey pause a moment for the inquisitive photo- grapher. Another bunch is enjoy- ing the beautiful weather. What are you doing, girls? Ir looks like you are on the downward road? Mary and Alphia look very serious for the moment. They must realize they are seniors. Layton, Ken, and Turp oblige with a smile. What are you doing Bruce? Two boys and four girls How do you do it, A. J. and Big? A hunch of Alpha Sigma Tau's. A n d arenlt they proud of their new name. Where are you going, my pretty maid? ullm going a-riding, sir," she said. Girls, what are you clo- ing so far from home? This must he a trick pic- ture. Hoh, Gin, and Ruth look like they are studying. Greta and Bill. just two freshman trying to get along. lbs , 'Magi ,EV psf .+: " f .3 ff 'SM , . . . ,af W ...Mi yi . . 55 .- , -4. MR Y Q? ,W V ,af .W we .w4y,g ,hm A Sf . ,W F7 'Q ' 551' D N1 like-as e -A - W,f,e ei W . W we i W,,WA A C R.- . 1 H 5:81 .f-1.--I : - 2 ' 11" . ., '3 att C, H .X ... gl AT THE BALL GAMES It must be funny. We thought we lost the game but maybe we didn,t. Move over so we can see. Did you ever see such Coyness. Everyone cranes her neck to get into the picture. Where can we sit? All the girls are happy. What's the m a t t e r, Betty? Ts Chick not doing so good? Strike up the band. The Tech Band parades be- tween halves. More people. The Belt line. Whoever the freshman is, he certainly is moving fast. Freshmen W i t h their clothes backward and wrong side out. Aren't they tackey? The girls drum corps from Tech. Lota is waiting for a horse. My, you look comfort- able. You ought to be on the Scroll staff. Then you woulcln,t be loafing. We never would have suspected V i r g i n ia, Wanda Lea, and Max- ine were farmers, but pictures don't lie. Barbara, you know hitch- hilcing is not permitted Muriel, how you have grown. Look at Dorothea,s soul- ful expression. She has an idea she won a place in the beauties. Now, ladies and gentle- men, we have that Clare-devil of all dare- devils, Bill Prialcos, who will startle you by his marvelous acrobatic stunts. Don,t be so careful, girls. It can't be too cold. What beautiful flowers grow at McAlister Hall. Such going-on we never saw. How shocking. Does Mrs. Torreyson know this? A35 , faoznm. Puauc WORKS pnoaecr No.9s4 F l .ze . . . . .3 -- X ., W ,Q 'f lx ,Q M L t l wif., A W . . S 3' . . f . . 553' ' . - A A - s ssss . B I . K , kg k ,, A ' lint S . N K , . ,gg l ' ' W' ' 44,1 ' , 'N 'f a s ' u. .M vs A . f 2- r- 1 51 4 - 5 LU of " if ' .f . ii"-3""1-:.'-E .IV H - . , is .. I A .. we 3- W ,. . ,,... ,. , . fl S . .,9'.f- Lf . 1 it 5 ' i C.. get v- i gr 1 s 4 if Q, . 'x Q . ri r X' 5 p-f-'ai' .Q ni 4 A , ffll' .fe ff . . V H ,',:: PIEADS Hansel and his pipe. Dorothea. Who are your friends, Bill? Hugh looks into the dist- ance. Dr. Carpenter. High hurdle Gray. Lester. Don and his smile. Ox. Gin looks studious. Our little politician. Marie poses as a statue. Barnyard Stuart. Our senior president. Siamese twins, Martha and Mae Belle. Tolise knocks ,em dead with the smile. Johnny "Joe E. Brown" Lewis. Coy. Doesn't Alies Maude look school mar'mish? Waydene. Henry Smith. Mary looks nice. Virginia was looking at a flower, but we cut it off. Red Bell. Chick looks for Betty. Jewel Mae. Mary again. PROMIN ENT PEOPLE ON THE CAMPUS Papa and Mary. They both seem happy at the moment No, it's not Public Enemy No. 1. It's just Dr. McBrien at an off moment. Miss Mitchell s l o w s down long enough for a picture to he made. Miss Harvey even takes off her glasses so she,ll look pretty. Wait a minute, Mr. Cordrey. We clidn't mean for your legs to look so long. Forrest and Mary Alice. They tried to hide. Mrs. Caraway only looks natural. f XV-N My i M . 'Ni sg? x Ss 2 l yy 'yy MAJ' -fvv-N tys-1 V .nav f f- B Q' In W wg I! E H x X 255 'v N ORGAIXIZATIOIXI Beasley, Burtcn, Caraher, Clugston, Cordrey Douglass, Haas, Hamilton, Higgins, Horton Leach, Minton, Owens, Reynolds, Rogers, Wood BETTY JANE BURTON LOUISE LEACI-I LOUISE CORDREY . DR. P. R. CLUGSTON BERNICE BEASLEY BETTY JANE BURTON MISS LULA CARAI-IER LOUISE CORDREY BETTY DOUGLASS Qfzllpha Ghi OFFICERS ROLL DR. FLORA A. I-IAAS TI-IELMA HAMILTON E. L. HIGGINS MARGARET HIRT MARGARET HORTON LOUISE LEACI-I . President Vice-President Treasurer . Sponsor BONNIE MINTON I-IAZEL OWENS MARIE REYNOLDS DOROTI-IEA ROGERS MARY SUE WOOD EVELYN PEACOCK BERNICE BEASLEY AUGUSTA ANDERSON GERALDINE TERRAL CHRISTINE COFFMAN AUGUSTA ANDERSON BARBARA ANDERSON WENONAH F. BAUGHN BERNICE BEASLEY KATHRYN BRADFORD LOTA BREWER EOLINE BUCKMAN LUCILLE BUFFALO FRANCES BURT BETTY JANE BURTON CLO CASHION DOT CASHION WALSA B. CASTLEBERRY CHRISTINE COFFMAN MARY NEAL CONDITT LOUISE CORDREY FRANCES COXSEY EULA CRAVENS Wf-,NDA FLEMING WINNIE LEE FLOYD AUDREY FULLER 31. .Q OFFICERS CABINET LOUISE CORDREY FRANCES COxSEY DORIS WOOD ROLL ENDITH GANN ANNE GREY VIVIAN I-IALEY THELMA HAMILTON FRANCES HEMBY BIRDEEN HILL RUTH HIRST MARGARET HORTON MILDRED I-IORTON MARY E. JACKMAN BONNIE G. JOHNSON JUANITA KAYLOR EUGENIA KEITH MARION LENEHAN ANGIE MCCASLIN DOROTHY MCCLURE FRANCES MCELROY MAURICE MCKINLEY I-IARRIETTE MALONE CAROLYN SUE MATLOCR ALPHIA MILLS BONNIE MINTON 54. President Vice-Presid ent CORINNE SIBLEY WENONAH FAY BAUGHN BETTY JANE BURTON SUE NOBLES EVA LOIS OATES I-IAZEL OWENS MADGE PATTERSON EVELYN PEACOCK MERRILL QUINLEY ANNA ROBERTS VIRGINIA ROTH NANNIE JEAN RYE ELOISE SHORT CORINNE SIBLEY LAVONNE SMITH MILDRED STEPHENSON ERNESTINE STILES MILDRED STURDY GERALDINE TERRAL RUTH TITUS MARY FRANCES WILDER VIRGINIA WILLIAMS DORIS WOOD CATHERINE YODER A S M55 . ,., VERRAL MCNABB WALLACE KITCHENS LANEY ROBERTS . DR. D. D. MCBRIEN BILL ESCHELMAN CHARLES ALLBRIGHT DURVAL ARNHART PATTON BATSON CLAYTON BENNETT DONALD BILLINGSLEY ROBERT BRAWNER LEMUEL BURNETT CHARLES CARLTON WYNNE COWAN R. S. CRIMES ELMER CURRY DUBOSE DOBSON EDGAR DONALD ALPH EASON Billingsley, Carlton, Dobson, Donald, Harrison Hart, Kitchens, LeHew, McNabb, Merritt, Milam O'Baugh, Prialcos, Roberts, Saunders, Tarver, Ward Sf OFFICERS ROLL HAROLD FRIZZELL KEITH HARRISON DENNIS HARRIS ROBERT HART JAMES HORNER NEEL JAMES CHARLES KEETER ROBERT LEHEW ARVICE LYONS ALLEN MERRITT CARLTON MILAM LOUIS MILLS ALFRED MORRISON MIKE MURPHY 9 O O O . President . Vice-President Serretary-Treasurer . . Sponsor SAM O7BAUGH CLAUD PETERS JIM PHELPS CARTER PRICE BILL PRIAKOS CYRIL ROBINSON BILL SAUNDERS WALTER SCOTT DICK STATHAM ALLEN TARVER LEON THOMPSON ELVIN TYSON EDWARD WADDLE JAMES WARD JOE WOOSLEY Adams, Anderson, Bradford, Campbell, Castleberry Chaney, Coffman, Dickerman, Duncan, Gann, Hill Jacobs, Jones, McCaSlin, Matlcclc, Peacozk, Starr MRS. BEN CAMPBELL ENDITH GANN ROBBIE THOMAS IRENE WOOD BERNICE ADAMS KATHRYN BRADFORD EOLINE BUCKMAN MRS. BEN CAMPBELL WALSA B. CASTLEBERRY THELMA CECIL LOUISE CHANEY CHRISTINE COFFMAN RUTH DICKENS Elementary Hub OFFICERS . . . . Presidenl Vine-President . Secretary . Treasurer ROLL BERNICE DUNCAN ANGIE MCCASLIN WILMA EMERSON CAROLYN SUE MATLOCK WANDA FLEMING VIVIAN NELMS ENDITH GANN EVELYN PEACOCK HELEN HILL NA DEAN SAWYER RUTH JACOBS LUCILLE STARR GLADYS FAYE JONES ANNA L. SMITH FLOY MAE KILMER ROBBIE THOMAS CARLENE WYNNE JOHN ROBERT'RUSSELL LOLA MAYSELLE EDWARDS MAY BELLE BLACK AGNES CARPENTER VIRGINIA COCHRAN DANSBY COUNCIL BEN CRAIN J. W. DENISON FORREST DUNAWAY LOLA M. EDWARDS RUPERT EDWARDS f1Qyal Haters OFFICERS ROLL MARION FRANCIS VIRGINIA GUTHRIE MEDRITH HANCOCK ROBERT HART GLADYS FAYE JONES BONNIE GUY JOHNSON TOLISE KING MARY M. MCDERMOTT CHRISTINE MCDONALD HELEN LUCILLE MOORE . . President Secretary-Treasurer KENNETH MOSLEY MONTINE NIXON H. C. PARKIN EVELYN PEACOCK MARY PENCE BILL PRIAKOS MARIE REYNOLDS JOHN R. RUSSELL J. B. WALLACE 15" YW! ffyy Blackmun, Coltharp, Cordrey, Coxsey, Hancock McDermott, Pence, Priakos, Russell, Thompson e Echo OFFICERS MARY MARGARET MCDERMOTT BILL PRIAKOS . MISS ORA BLACKMUN . LOUISE CORDREY . JOHN ROBERT RUSSELL . MARTHA THOMPSON MARY PENCE . VIRGINIA COLTHARP FRANCES COXSEY MEDRITH HANCOCK ELIZABETH WELTY EDRA PAYE JONES . . Editor Business Manager' Eaculty Advisor Assistant Editor Sports Editor Feature Editor Society Editor . . Exchange . . Physical Education Assistant Business Manager Managing Editor . . Column W E85 BETTY DOUGLASS ROBERT HART BETTY DOUGLASS ROBERT HART . ALPHIA MILLS . KENNETH MOSLEY LOTA BREWER . MARY PENCE . AUGUSTA ANDERSON DALE STEWART . LANEY ROBERTS . 'The Scroll OFFICERS . . Editor Business Manager . Assistant Editor Assistant Business Manager Organization Editor Photograph Editor . Class Editor Art Editor Sports Editor EDWARD WADDLE . . . Sales Manager BEN CRAIN . . Organization Manager DR. P. R. CLUGSTON . . . . Sponsor The editors and managers today present to the student body of Arkansas State Teachers College the Scroll of 1935, the fruit of a year's work, worry, and hope. We have tried to cater to the desires of the Students, as expressed by many of them, in producing a popular yearbook. We hope we have succeeded with the majority of the Students. , In the years of the growth of the college, the school has gained a wide recogni- tion as a teachers' college. In the last few years it has also gained recognition as a fine arts college. In many respects the college has university rating. We are proud of this progress, and it is to this great advancement in the field of the fine arts, the classics, that this book has been dedicated. ln keeping with this idea, we have taken classic art as our theme. Throughout the book we have held to a rigid simplicity to follow this theme. No startling innovations have been made, but rather we have held to the tried and approved form of things. We do not claim, as is usually done, to be putting out a different yearbook, we are using the conventional manner of editing an annual in order to please the readers. We wish to thank here the group of people who have so greatly helped in making the 1935 Scroll what success it may be. To Mr. Hahn, Mr. Scott, and Mr. Wiegand of the Peerless Engraving Company for their aid in planning the book, to Mr. Ellis of the Russellville Printing Company, to Mr. Wieland of the American Beauty Cover Company for his beautiful designs, to Mr. Echlin of the Barnes- Echlin Studios for his patient and steady help, to the members of the Art Club for their great work in cutting the blocks for the divisional pages, and to Mr. Brewer for his willingness to judge the beauties at the last moment, we wish to express our sincere gratitude. Brewer Nlcsley Anderson Steuart Pence Roberts Crain Mills Corclrey, Blaclcmun, Reynolds, Wood, Thcmpson, Flowers, Hughes Douglass, Brooks, McBrien, Higgins, Hutto, Anderson Thi cfllpha 'Theta OFFICERS LOUISE CORDREY . . . Preszdent BETTY DOUGLASS . . Vice-Preszdent AUGUSTA ANDERSON Secretary-Treasurer DR D D MCBRIEN . Sponsor ROLL AUGUSTA ANDERSON ORA BLACKMUN JUNE BROOKS SARAH JANE BRUCE LOUISE CORDREY BETTY DOUGLASS SHANNON FLOWERS MRS. ETHEL GRONER E. L. HIGGINS CECILIA HUGHES ROSE MARIE HUTTO D. D. MCBRIEN LOWELI. THOMPSON MARY SUE WOOD Anderson, Baldridge, Baldridge, Coffman, Gann Hargis, Keith, Schichtl, Short, Sibley dirt Club CORINNE SIBLEY JUANITA HARGIS MARGARET HIRT AUGUSTA ANDERSON . MISS SGHICHTL . AUGUSTA ANDERSON AVA BALDRIDGE ARA BALDRIDGE CHRISTINE COFFMAN ENDITH GANN OFFICERS ROLL . President Vice-President . Secretary . Treasurer Sponsor JUANITA HARGIS MARGARET I-IIRT EUGENIA KEITH ELOISE SHORT CORINNE SIBLEY Duthon, Downs, Wolod, Sheppard, Trawiclc, Baughn, Z. Thomas, Haley, Sims, Crawford "She ,Swaps to Cyonquern Play Production-Fall Semester Miss Glenn Kirkland-Director MILBURN ADAMS WENONAH FAY BAUGHN JOSEPHINE CRAWFORD GRACE DUTTON VIVIAN I-IALEY REBEKAH HUNNICUTT JUANITA KAYLOR HUGH MCCULLOUGH CHESTER RICHARDS IMOGENE ROGERS DAVID SHEPPARD WINONA THOMAS ZELDA THOMAS LAWRENCE TRAWICK BETH WOOD DORIS WOOD alpha Tsi Qmega OFFICERS Miss GLENN KIRKLAND . . Director WENONAH PAY BAUGHN . President EDRA FAYE JONES . . Vice-President KEITH HARRISON ..... Secretary-Treasurer The Delta Gamma cast Of the Alpha Psi Omega fNatiOnal Dramatic Fraternity, was organized at Arkansas State Teachers College in 1932. Since then it has. been very active on the campus. The Alpha Psi Omega was organized as an honorary dramatic fraternity for the pur- pose Of providing an honor society for those doing a high standard of work in dramatics It has expanded and at present there are 120 casts in colleges and universities in the United States and Canada. ROLL MILBURN ADAMS VIVIAN I-IALEY ZELDA THOMAS WENONAH FAY BAUGHN KEITH HARRISON LAWRENCE TRAWICK JOSEPHINE CRAWFORD EDRA FAYE JONES DORIS WOOD GRACE DUTTON CHESTER RICHARDS MARY WORLEY DAVID SHEPPARD cyfllpa 'QBGKCL GYXCM OFFICERS ELOISE HULL . . . . President BERNICE DUNCAN, LILY KIRTEN Secretary MILDRED HARRISON ......... Treasurer HOMER F. HESS, MRS. WILLIAM LITTLE, MRS. W. C. THOMPSON Faculty Sponsors ROLL WENONAH PAYE BAUGHN MARGARET HURLEY FRANCES BURT BONNIE GUY JOHNSON CHRISTINE COFFMAN LOUISE CORDREY BERNICE DUNCAN WELZIE GUNNELS VIRGINIA GUTHRIE MEDRITH HANCOCK MILDRED HARRISON WILDA HEFLEY RACHEL HESS DOROTHY HICKS ELIZABETH HIGH ELOISE HULL LILY B. KIRTEN ROBERT LEHEW MAURICE MCKINLEY VERREL MCNABB BRUCE MENEES ELEANOR MAPES CAROLYN SUE MATLOCK BILL PRIAKOS WILLIS SMITH MARTHA THOMPSON LAURENCE TRAWICK PHYLLIS WALDRIP Baughn, Burt, Coffman, Ccrdrey, Duncan, Gunnels, Guthrie Haruock, Harrison, Hefley, Hess, R. Hess, Hicks, High Hull, Hurley, johnson, Kirten, Little, LeHew', Nlclfinley McNabb, Menees, Mapes, Matlock, Priakos, Smith, Thompson Mrs. Thompson, Trawick, Waldrip r , I W ff Ghoral Glub FRANCES BURT HOMER HESS ANNA REEVES WRIGHT HATCHER CATHERINE YODER ELIZABETH HIGH LOTA BREWER MARY KATHRYN HARRIS MILDRED HARRISON JUANITA KAYLOR ELOISE HULL VIVIAN HALEY JOHNNY CATHERINE GOETZ ALVA STEPHENS IRENE TRUSSELL MRS. BEN CAMPBELL MOREE HERNDON JOHN I. HOGUE MARY FRANCES BUZBEE BILL REECE HART DAVID SHEPPARD ROBERT LEHEW WYNNE COWAN KATHRYN ACLIN RUTH HILL WESLEY HARGIS MARTHA LORD LESLIE FREEMAN CHRISTINE COEEMAN RUTH JACOBS CLAYTON ELLIOTT P. R. ANDERSON RAY TYLER C. W. RICHARDS ORVILLE MORRIS VERREL MCNABB CLARK SALLY RUPERT SIMS JOHN HUNDLEY QQ! DQ RALPH BEHRENS THE CHANTICLEERS Verrel McNabb, WYnl10 Cowan, Mr. Hess, Robert I.eHew, David Sheppard STRING ENSEMBLE Mrs, Thompson, Nledrith Hancock, Nanetce Stewart, M, V. Thompson, Frances Burr, Eleanor Mapes, Rachel Hess, Wenonah Faye Baughn, Louise Ccrdrey r LESTER MCALEB JOHN HIEGEL JACKIE SCHWARTZ . CLAUDE BARNETT LUCY JANE BRANNON MARTHA HALBROOK RAYMOND KING JACKIE SCHWARTZ WESLEY HARGIS JOHN BEN STEWART LAWRENCE TRAWICK FORREST DUNNAWAY JOHN HUNDLEY LESLIE FREEMAN ELIZABETH BONNER LAVONNE SMITH WILLIS SMITH NV. LLOYD BRUCE JOHN H. JONES JNAK X60 I gJ,K!'J!D FKpY,,N'. ' NU M x X Qr Jiri! Wg, QI -QNX ' WQLWQ Tre-Cibffed Glub OFFICERS ROLL JOHNNY HUMPHRIES KEITH HARRISON R. S. CRYMES JACK BLACK ELGIN BARNETT VIRGINIA E. WILI.IAMS AGNES CARPENTER LOUISE WATSON HARRY GREEN CLAUDE BARNETT P. R. ANDERSON LESTER HATCHER EDWARD PARK CLAUD PETERS E. E. CORDREY President . Vice-President Secretary . Treasurer JOHN HIEGEL NEWTON BRIGHTXVELL ARANDA HUGHES HAROLD KENNAMER FRED LANGHAM TALMAGE K. LIEBLONG DR. FLORA A. HAAS C. V. ROBINETTE LESTER MCALEB JAMES ZEIR VINCENT lVIAzzANTI JOHN PIERCE HOWARD BAKER EDGAR DONALD KENNETH MOSLEY Carter, Cochran, Ezlwards, Graham, Harrison, Henry Kerr, McKenzie, Oates, Quinley, E. Stephens, K. Stephens, Torson Sigma fBeta Lamba JOSEPHINE GRAHAM MARGARET CARTER I-IAzEL MYERS MISS TORSON FRANCES CAMPBELL MARGARET CARTER VIRGINIA COCHRAN EULA CRAVENS EDITH DORSEY PAULINE DUGGAR LOLA M. EDWARDS MELISSA FISER AUDREY FULLER OFFICERS ROLL JOSEPHINE GRAHAM JEWEL MAE HARRISON LOIS HENRY MARGARET HIRT ELIZABETH KERR MARTHA LORD FRANCES MCELROY JESSIE MAUD MCKENZIE PAULINE MORRIS . President . Vice-President Secretary-Treasurer Sponsor HAZEL MYERS EVA LOIS OATES MERRILL QUINLEY CLELIA SIMS ETHELENE STEPHENS KATHELENE STEPHENS ERNESTINE STILES GWYNN STROZIER HAZEL SWINDLER 4-, ADAMS, MARION . . COLLUMS, PENDALL . DANIEL, ALTON . . FULLIQRTON, OLEN . GOODWIN, EARL . . GRAHAM, NATHAN E. I-IALLMAN, ELBERT I'-IUTCHINS, LESTER . MCNEIL, ZXIN . . OLIVE, S. . POLK, BILL . . . SMITH, EDWARD . STEED, WIRT . . TREADWELL, LEONARD TROXELL, A. J. . . TURNER, OTTO . TYLER, FABER L. . . SMITH, DR. O. D. . SIMPSON, WM. . ACTIVE MEMBERS N. E. GRAHAM . . . President B. M. CAROLAN . Vice-President GUY BRADDY . QRS G- . Secretary DALE STUART . . . Treasurer S. D. MITCHELL . . Reporter DR. O. D. SMITH . . Sponsor Jzllplma Eau ofllpha . . . Monette COWGER, ERNEST L. . . . Conway JOHNSON, C. A. . . . Conway MATTHEWS, PERCY B. . . Morrilton ROBINSON, NEWT . . . Van Buren SHANNON, ERDIE R. . . Conway STEWART, DALE . . . Conway TOMMY, COY . . . . Conway BRADLEY, GUY . . Nimrod CAROLAN, B. M. . . . Enola COCHRAN, HENRY L. . Conway FERRAL, I-IIRAM . . . . Wiclzers GREENE, GARLAN . . Bradford HIGGINS, W. C. . . . Lanty MEASLES, G. M. . . Greenbrier, NABORS, F. . . . . Conway THOMAS, C. NEWTON . Springfield POLENSKI, M. L. . . Conway SEYMONS, O. . . Conway SMITH, W. C. . . Conway' STEWART, W. R. . WILHITE, W. L. . . Conway . . Conway . Greenbrier . Greenbrier . . C boctaw Murfreesboro . . . Hope . Conway . Conway . . Harrison . . Conway Valley Spring: H ot Springs . . . Cale . El Dorado . Hampton . Alma . Camden . Conway . Russellville SGRORITIES Qlpha 'Phi Epsilon., First Semester OFFICERS Second Semester HELEN LUCILLE MOORE . President . . VIRGINIA COCHRAN MARY CATHERINE BAYLISS . Vice-President . MARY CATHERINE BAYLISS VIRGINIA COCHRAN . Secretary . TOLISE KING JEWEL MAE HARRISON Treasurer VIRGINIA GUTHRIL MISS EVIE SHAW, Sponsor ROLL MARY BAYLISS RUTH BERRY MAEBELLE BLACK MARY ALICE CAIN AGNES CARPENTER CLO C.ASHION VIRGINIA COCHRAN MARY JOSEPHINE CRAFTON BETTY DOUGLASS LOLA MAYSELLE EDWARDS RUTH FAULKNER VIRGINIA GUTHRIE MEDRITH HANCOCK GENEVA HARGIS JEWEL MAE HARRISON FRANCES HEMBY MARY ELLEN JACKMUN HELEN KELLER TOLISE KING DOROTHY LAWSON MARGARET HELEN LEIGH MAURICE MCKINLEY TERRY MITCHELL FRANCES MOORE HELEN LUCILLE MOORE MONTINE NIXON EVELYN PEACOCK MARY PENCE CORINNE SIBLEY MARTHA SIBLEY WAYDENE SIMMONS IALIES MAUDE PARSONS HELEN TAYLOR MARTHA VIRGINIA THOMPSON QM' VUL!! We W M fi l l .l N Bavliss, Berry, Black, Cain, Carpenter, Cashion, Cochran Crafton, Douglass, Edwards, Faulkner, Guthrie, Hancock, Hargis Harrison, Hembey, Jackman, Keller, King, Lawson, Leigh lVl:Kinley, Mitchell, F. Moore, H. L. Moore, Nixon, Peacock, Pence Shaw, C. Sibley, M. Sibley, Simmons, Parson, Taylcr, Thompson he wfllpha ,Sigma Gam OFFICERS MARY WORLEY BERNICE BEASLEY MARY SHARROCK LOUISE CORDREY . DR. ADA JANE HARVEY ROLL CAROLINE ARMITAGE WENONAH FAYE BAUGHN BERNICE BEASLEY MARGARET CARTER CHRISTINE COFFMAN LOUISE CORDREY FRANCES COXSEY FRANCES GARRETT THELMA HAMILTON MARY KATHRYN HARRIS LOIS HENRY . ,President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Sponsor ELIZABETH HOLTZENDORF LILY B. KIRTEN EDRA FAYE JONES JESSIE MAUDE MCKENZIE ALPHIA MILLS EVA LOIS OATES MARY SHARROCK HAZEL SWINDLER DORIS WOOD MARY WORLEY CATHERINE YODER ..........b.., .,....a ..., , .,-w,Y-,, -n,,,,, , , ,I I Hamilton, Harris, Harvey, Henry, Holtzendorf, Jones, Kirten McKenzie, Mills, Oates, Sharroclc, Swincller, Wood, Worley 'Delta Thi 'Delta MARIE REYNOLDS LOTA BREWER BARBARA ANDERSON BERNICE DUNCAN MISS MITCHELL BARBARA ANDERSON TOKEY ASHBEY ELIZABETH BAKER LOTA BREWER f . HELEN DENISON BERNICE DUNCAN MARION FRANCIS ILA MAE GOOD RACHEL HESS GLADYS FAYE JONES NANNIE LEA KESSINGER OFFICERS ROLL . President . Vice-President . Secretary Treasurer . Sponsor CAROLYN SUE MATLOCK MURIEL MONEY MARY RADOVIC MARIE REYNOLDS DOROTHEA ROGERS FRANCILLE SHEPHERD NANCY VIRGINIA STEWART VENITA STUCKEY IDA HELEN VIISE ELIZABETH WOFFORD MARY SUE WOOD P 44,0401 'l J llfglwxfuggx? hy, 77e1f7fJ',,wW4 A9-Lfkfp QJ94.f 5. Ae WM ,J - flif' xo' P J, Q, ffdfx wif' iw Anderson, Ashby, Brewer, Denfson, Duncan, Francis Goode, Hess, Jones, Matlock, Mitchell, Mfney Reynolds, Radcvic, Rogers, Shepherd, Stewart, Stuckey Thomas, Vise, Xvooforcl, Wfcod Anderson, Berry, Coltharp, Dowdle, Graham Horton, Hughes, Hull, Johnsen, Lowe McDermott, Mapes, Sanders, Rittman, Terral, Towell Sigma Sigma Sigma OFFICERS BONNIE GUY JOHNSON President ELIZABETH WELTY . . Vice-President . MILDRED I'IORTON . Secretary MARY M. MCDERMOTT . . Treasurer . . MISS MATTIE SANDERS, Sponsor ROLL AUGUSTA ANDERSON DORIS BERRY VIRGINIA COLTHARP JOSEPHINE DOWDLE JOSEPHINE GRAHAM MILDRED HORTON CECILIA HUGHES ELOISE HULL BONNIE GUY JOHNSON DOROTHY LOWE MARY M. MCDERMOTT MADGE TOWELL . AUGUSTA ANDERSON CECILIA HUGHES . VIRGINIA COLTHARP ELEANOR MAPES DORIS RITTMAN GERALDINE TERRALL MADGE TOWELL ELIZABETH WELTY LUCILLE WILLIAMS FRATERNITIES SQ -3 70' 'ar N1 I '53 si? US LINDSEY HATCHETT RUPERT EDWARDS KENNETH MOSLEY DANSBY COUNCIL JOHN BEN STEWART LOWELL THOMPSON CLAUDE BARNETT CLAYTON BENNETT HOWARD BUCKNER THOMAS CANTRELL G. G. COCKMAN DANSBY COUNCIL DUBOSE DOBSON EDGAR DONALD RUPERT EDWARDS BILLY ESCHELMAN HORTON PARISH EUGENE FRASER LAYTON GRAY LINDSEY HATCHETT Qhi Nu OFFICERS ROLL E. S. JENNINGS 1' M Ulf! . President Vice-President . Secretary Treasurer Sponsor BRUCE KELLAR WALLACE KITCHENS I-IEYWARD MCMANUS BOB MADDOX KENNETH MOSLEY ELMER OSMUN H. C. PARKIN - IM HELPS ' W J P 7,,7,f214 CARTER PRICE grim, ZVVNAJ54-IL DICK STATHAM ' Aidrg WILLIS SMITH "A", Z n JOHN BEN STEWART DOYNE TOWNSEND MINTER WOOD ' lL9Wu'UQj Qizziffwf' 2 , f Dobscri, Donaldl Edwardsl, Kitchensgl Mosley lv .Z I l v P 7'- Osmun, Parkin, Smlth, Stewart, Thompson, Townsend L W I US, J Sigma Cffiaaa Gamma OFFICERS ROBERT HART . - - Pfwdenf DALE STEUART , . Vit?-Prefldent B WALLACE . . Secretary BFN CRAIN . T s ROLL DONALD BILLINGSLEY JACK BLACK HANSEL BOYD PRESLEY CLARK WYNNE COWAN BEN CRAIN J. W. DENISON CHARLES EDWARDS HUGH EDWARDS JIM GIST ROBERT HART LESTER HATCI-IER WRIGHT HATCI-IER JOHN HUMPHRIES X HUGH JONES CHARLES KEETER P' JOHN S. KIRTEN J DONALD LEE JOHNNY LEWIS HUGH MCCULLOUGH BRUCE MENEES BERRY MIDDLETON BILL PRIAKOS OTIS ROWE DALE STEWART LAURENCE TRAWICK J. B. WALLACE JR. JAMES WARD U Q 5 5 ..,., EE , ,EE E i O! bzzl-ld 06.1656 MV idfwwwyf Billingsley, Black, Boyd, Crain, Denison, Edwards Gist, Hart, L. Hatcher, W. Hatgher, Lee, McCullough Menees, Middleton, Minton, Prialccs, Stewart, Trawick Wallace, Ward A Q, x X W W QXIQWW 7 , H CCCC R "'7 RSM First Semesteyy LANEY ROBERTS ROLAND HUMBLE C. W. RICHARDS . KEITH HARRISON Thi Lambda Ghi CHARLES ALLBRIGHT P. R. ANDERSON RUSSELL BELL ROBERT BRAWNER ELMER CURRY WELLS FIELDINC. WELZIE GUNNELS KEITH HARRISON OFFICERS Second Semester President . ROLAND HUMBLE . Vice-President . ROBERT BRAWNER Secretary . C. W. RICHARDS . Treasurer . KEITH HARRISON C. F. SHELEY, Sponsor ROLL RALPH HELLUMS CARLTON MILAM ROLAND HUMBLE SAM O,BAUGH JOHN HUNDLEY JOHN PIERCE ROBERT LEHEW C. W. RICHARDS ARVICE LYONS LANEY ROBERTS JOE MCCULLOUGH VERREL MCNABB BILL SAUNDERS BILL MARTIN EDWARD WADDLE ALLEN MERRITT JOHN ROBERT RUSSELL ,4,,e5,Je P Sefzie " fy-410C - fY967r1e,7y-73,6 I' 'fav-na :JF 19.7.51 -I-4e.7'5 Can-12. Banff ne!! yea r. Jefziif r-1-1-1 f f . H I ,ll p- ATI-ILZTICI A AU, 101' WM ,Mm Muff 144.042 gaauv. ffgiwngg FOOTBALL 7M W W, JERRY D C 1 QQ jay is BALL BALDUS Eid I' CLARK COOK DUNAWAY FRASER With eight games scheduled the Arkansas Teachers Collegs Bears officially opened their 1934 gridiron campaign on September 29 with Little Rock Junior College and closed it on November 29 with the annual Thanksgiving game with Hendrix. Lettermen returning included Forrest 'Dunaway, captain and half-back, Mike Murphy, sub-captain and end, Fraser and Lewis, backs, Walkard and Gray, ends, Rowe and janske, tackles, Bell, Culpepper and Wood, guards, and Ball and Flowers, centers. The first game of the season ended in a tie. Despite the fact that the game with Arkansas College was lost by a score of 19 to 12, the Bears showed a marked ,gf A f PARISH GRAY JANSKE LEWS 'fi S9 l 23 fl MILLS MURPHY Rowiz SMITH improvement, and for the first time the offense showed a sustained drive. In the third game of the season, the Bears, regarded as a set-up for the Ouachita Tigers, outfought the Ouachita team throughout the first half. The undersized Teachers line outcharged the giant Tiger men opposing them and the backs showed great punch and power. Horton Farish's sweeping end plays and the general baclcfield play of Dunaway featured the Teachers, first half attack. Both were injured and forced to leave the game. In the second half the Tigers were the powerful team and the game ended with the score 27 to 0 in favor of Ouachita. October 19, the Bears lost to the Henderson Reddies, October 26 they met the Jonesboro team. November 2 the Tech Wonder Boys defeated the Bear eleven in a long game on Estes field. November 16 the Teachers won from the fl! SMITHART TEETER Woon MOSLEY, TURNER KING " 'givffifln 9-B60 s.fa.g,w-Q i an. FN IQ 4 FH Mtirphy, Teeter, Capt. Dunaway, Smithart, Fraser, Cook, Baldus Snapp, Wood, Parish, Kenneway, Mills, Lewis, Bell, Billingsley Coach Dalrymple, Clark, Smith, Ball, Janske, Rowe, Gray, Shelton Magnolia Mule-riders by a score of 6 to 0. In the final game of the season with Hendrix Thanksgiving day, the Bears lost in spite of superior playing throughout the game. A field inches awarded. Forrest Duna- fw deep in mud and Water A 5 way was awarded a gold was if football as the Teachers' turned the game into a Punting duel The Hen- outstanding player in the drix team got the breaks Thanksgiving day game long enough to Score one with Hendrix. The foot- touchdown and then held ball was given by Cgach the Bears scoreless. Dalrymple' Layton Gray and Russell Bell were Ar the annual football elected captain and sub- banquet held December captain for the 1935 foot- 15, twenty letters were ball season. Cmfr. HARVEY SHELTON, Asiistant Coach ' "Wg Fl, VU. 4 why' 1 " ' BASKETBALL CLARK CURRY GUNNELLS HATFIELD Aw! MLM wwnwg, Starting the season with only two lettermen, the Teachers College Bears gather- ed a large amount of good freshman talent into one of the best basketball teams in the history of the school. The team made an enviable record, winning twenty- two games, losing five. and tying one. Beginning the play with two non-lettermen games with Tech, the Teachers team won both for a fine start. During the season Coach Dal- rympleis team won two more games from Tech, one from Sun-Life, three it MIKE MURPHY, Captain from Shoemaker-Bush, five from Hendrix, two from Bellefont, two from Little Rock Junior Col- lege, and one from the American Bakery. The losses went to Sun-Life, Shoemaker-Bush, Belle- font and Jonesboro. The tie was with Bellefont. Under the leadership KINCANNON KINCANNON MAcNEss MATI-us of Captain Mike Murphy, sensational shooting star, the Bears played a brilliant offensive and defensive game all through the season. Murphy led the scoring for the state with Walkard, forward, following not far down the line. The intra-city series with Hendrix was easily won by the Teachers five. The Bears won all five games with very little effort. The scores were 60-31, 54-26, 36-20, 67-32, and 45-35. The Warriors were no match for the larger Teachers team. The squad lost a very good player early in the season when Arnhart, center was declared ineligible. Mathis had a very good season at center, developing MILLS SMITH TYsoN WALKARD l Coach Dalrymple, Nlurphy, Gunnells, Hatfield Mills, Smith, Clark, Walkard, Kinfa'-men Tyson, Curry, Magness, Kincannon, Mathis toward the end into one of the best scorers of the team. Captain Mtirphy played his usual highly sensational game consistently throughout the season. His famous one-hand throws were one of the outstanding features of the team. Walkard at forward played a steady game with a great amount of scores to his credit. Smith, Clark, Tyson, Mills, Magness, Ted and Tom Kincannon, Curry, Hatfield, and Gunnels, all had a fine season together. The Bears were second to Jonesboro in the race for the title for northern section of the conference. In the A. A. U. meet, however, the Bears defeated the American Bakery 41-Z8 in the preliminaries, to meet Sun-Life for the state A. A. U. championship. When the two teams met, March 11, Coach Dalrymple's team de- feated the Sun-Life quintet 55-38, thus winning the state A. A. U. title and a trip to the national meet at Denver. At Denver, however, the team did not meet with much success. They were eliminated in the first game there. We feel that this splendid record is something to be proud of. The team loses only one member this year by graduation, its Captain Mike Murphy. His spectacular playing will of course be greatly missed, but with the wealth of material we have now and the new freshman material next year, Teachers should have a championship team for the 1935-'36 season. ii-ffl-AML!-Qggijmmmmllm.. I Teachers Teachers, Teachers Teachers Teachers Teachers Teachers Teachers Teachers Teachers Teachers Teachers Teachers Teachers Teachers Teachers Teachers Teachers Teachers? W , H, Teachers Teachers Teachers Teachers Teachers Teachers Teachers Teachers Teachers Tech s,., Tech ssc-. WW, Sun Life ,,...a,. Shoemaker-Bush ss- Shoemaker-Bush an Tech ,s-ss,,s,,, Hendrix - Hendrix ss, Bellefonte ..-- Bellefonte ss, Jonesboro sc, Tech ,,., saawvn American Bakery Ms-- Shoemaker-Bush N, Sun Life -. ,,,. ,W Bellefonte aw- .anna Bellefonte ,,.s W Y,,., , Little Rock Jr. College Harding -ss ,,,,.s,,. , Shoemaker-Bush - .s , Jonesboro s,,s,a,,,, Harding -ss , as ,. Hendrix s Hendrix Hendrix Little Rock Jr. College Arkansas College ,s,,, Arkansas College - JERRY JR. "Fusxy" TRACK and BASEBALL w",,DWif'.' Hide! X a t ci, Www W' DUNAWAY GRAY HATFIELD I-I1cKERsoN KELLAR MOSLEY RICHARDS Cgraclg Beginning the season under handicaps, the Teachers thin clads nevertheless had a fair season. Lack of a place to practice forced the team to go to the Hendrix stadium for its worlcouts. The squadiwas unusually small and was greatly hurt by the loss of Bob Allison and Orville lVlcCastlin, sensations of the year before. In a dual meet with Ouachita, April 13, the team lost with a score of 84-41. Gray tied for second high point man with ten points. Dunaway placed third in the 100 and 220 yard dashes, Mosley and Black placed first and third in the 4405 Black came in second in the 880, Hiclcerson placed third in the mile, third in broad jump, first in the high jump and second in shot put. Gray and Stuart placed first and third in the 120 yard hurdles and first and second in the 220 hurdles. Others placing were Talbert in javelin, Stuart in discus, and Thompson in pole vault. In a meet with Jonesboro the Teachers won 78-48. Gray, Hiclcerson, and Stuart composed the trio capturing scoring honors. Gray took first place in the K 120 yard high hurdles, was second in the low hurdles, and won first in the 220-yard dash. He also ran in the 880-yard relay team. Hickerson took the shot and broad jump, finished second in the high jump, and ran on the winning 880-yard relay team. Stuart won the low hurdles and discus, was second in the high hurdles, and ran a lap on the mile relay team. The mile relay was the thrilling event of the entire 15-event program. Bogan of Jonesboro overcame a lead of about 15 yards on the third lap, only to see Mosley, Teachers anchor man, finish inches ahead of Bridges, who brought the baton in for the Aggies. In the State meet Gray and Hiclcerson were the only Bears to place first. Gray won both hurdle races in the final and clipped .1 second off the record for the highs, but Edwards of Tech had bettered the record by .2 second in the semi- finals the day before. Hickerson tied for first place in high jump with Edwards of Tech at 6 feet and one half inch. The other Teachers man who placed in the meet were Stuart, third in high hurdles, and Kellar, second in the broad jump. - ... ,... I RICHARDS HOUGELIN DUNAWAY KELLAR HATFIELD MOSLEY HICKERSON GRAY iBdS6f7Clll After some dispute as to whether or not there would be a Bear Baseball team in 1934, all the difficulties were finally ironed out, and under the coaching of Mr. Minton regular practice started March 17. Although the A. T. C. aggregation appeared weak at first in the pitching staff, the hurlers did some very good work, especially Carter, I-logue, and Edwards. 'The Bears had a fast infield, good catching, and a fair outfield. The candidates for positions were: Brotherton, first base, Collums and Jones, second base, Batson and Jacobie, shortstop, Wood and Bell, third base, l-latchett and Melton, catcher, and Burnett, Hart, Elliott, and Milam, outfield. Out of ten games the team won four. Monticello won two games from the Bears with the scores 5-2 and 8-2. ln the first Monticello game the Teachers team used three pitchers. In the second game Carter pitched a good game, but he was continually in a hole because of the errors of his team mates. The Teachers team as a rule played better ball in the last inning. In a game with Ouachita, the Bear nine won 3 to 2, pushing over the winning run in the eighth inning. The Teachers counted once in the first inning, again in the seventh and scored another in the eighth. Vinton Edwards pitched a strong game for the Bruins, giving up only seven hits, and holding the Tigers scoreless for seven frames. Some fine fielding on the part of Collums and Hogue helped him materially in two innings. The Teachers team finished in a tie with Tech for fourth place. The first three places were held by Monticello, with seven wins and two losses, Ouachita, with six wins and four losses, and Henderson, with five wins and four losses. The baseball season was good considering the handicaps. The regular athletic field was in process of reconstruction. The team had to use an improvised field across the street from Doyne Hall. The place was rough and much of the time was too wet for practice. In view of these handicaps the season was really not so bad. I . J, 4 V F , ,,f,.:,Xx I r 3 l - I-,wb lQ:4,Q,f4a.fc.,v.:..4.,w,,i3LQ:gk,, K' X? . NW I Q L, ,lj .... I ,Y X ,U ,RIAZJV-,mrs vvA3a7Y.:,k,u,,,,,,,4s-,diamet- . f mi' -..-...M f --J .,,..M . 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