University of Denver - Kynewisbok Yearbook (Denver, CO)

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'N A AA 151 ,A : , gi-,iv H 3 I A 1,5-5.3, My M A ,, -41 ,ju t A -A .A 53.12 M-. l -I ng-il K ,U , 4, Ju. Nj'--1 A ' ' 4 5 :AL ' n ' V "JA ' 59 I, , ,Q- :R R:--. 1 X L ADMINISTRATCDRS MW' "' W 55 1 " JN' gow: FREDERICK M. HUNTER Chancellor f Under +he guidance of Dr. l-lun1'er's capable adminislralion, +he Universify has advanced bolh in maferial and in inlrangible ways. S+uden+s, alumni, and friends all realize +ha+ his chief inferesl' is in building a greaier Universify--one +ha1' will be of supreme service +o The youfh of Colorado. Universify Hall holds a bi+ of each of us forever wifhin i+. WILBUR D. ENGLE Vice-Chancellor 0 ln adclilion 'lo his dulies as Vice-Cham cellor and Dean ol +he School of Sci- ence ancl Engineering. Dr. Engle shoul- ders lhe responsibili+ies of service as Direclor of +he Summer School and Dean of 'rhe Graduale School. His many clulies never inlerfere wi'rh The pursui+ of his chemical in+eres1's, how- ever, nor lessen his kindly a'r+en'rion +o his friencls in 'rhe sfudenl bocly. The walk 'ro Science Hall is porficularly beauliliul in +he aufumn. -v. ALFRED C. NELSON Regisirar C A friendly efficiency in siraighrening our ihe iumbled affairs of innumerable s+uden+s has won for "Pe+e" a popu- larify 'rhaf is overwhelming in i+s unanim- ify. An undersfanding of human nafure. coupled wi+h an unbounded love for real worlc. has been fhe principal assel' which has made for his successful reign as Regis+rar. "Old Main" guards fhe HilH'op as fhe finishing +ouch +o many a lovely vis+a. FX-rm fu .u D. SHAW DUNCAN Dean Emeriius, Graduaie School An ex+ended period of service +o +he Universiiy as Dean, firsi of +he College of Liberal Ar'rs and ihen of +he Grad- ua+e School, was rewarded early fhis year when Dr. Duncan was permiH'ed +o reiurn +o his firsi love-'rhe sfudy and leaching of his+ory. His fondness for people and his genial nafure have broughi' him as much recognifion as have his scholarly pursuifs. Ligh+s and shadows lend an air of cameo-like reminiscence +o Carnegie. 1 ,. I- ' ROLLAND J. WALTERS Dean, College of Liberal Arls O Dr. Walfers' progressive views in edu- ca+ion and school aclminisiralion won 'For him his posl'-as Dean more +han +hree years ago. ln +he lime since +hen he has devo+ecl himself unceasingly fo encouraging higher scholarship among his s+uclen+s. ancl +o a more enlighienecl unclersianding on 'I'heir par+ of +he ul+i- ma're values +o be found in curricular and ex+ra-curricular acfivifies. Mayo's beau+y is in i+s ever-changing' aspecl' of grace and lighfness. r GEORGE A. WARFIELD Dean, School of Commerce, Accounis, and Finance The recogniiion generally accorded 'lhe School of Commerce as fhe oufsfanding insl'i'I'u+ion of ifs kind in fhe Wesi' is due almosf enfirely fo +he able direciion of Dean Warfield. His calm. genial smile has endeared him 'io his eniire s+uden+ body, and has served 'roi fire fhem wifh enlhusiasm for +he fufure of his cherished school. Commerce personiiies serious +hough+ and individualism in a world of acfivify. , -,min ,'J 1'1sf L, f. V ,f J!! ' ' ...qi - i'f'?5Q'F' lm 1 . vi-V li -4 ,nl Roeeiz H. woLcoTT ' Dean, School of Law Dean WolcoH"s acfive supervision of s+uden+ affairs. his de+ermina+ion 'ro bring +he Law School in'ro closer fouch wi+h fhe campus. and his cheerful knack of geHing much done easily. have made him many friends and broughi' deserved recogni+ion 'ro fhe Universi+y. A seH'ing of cligni+y is an ap+ reminder of responsibilify +o Law sfudenfs. ww'-ff .f "'i' ' -5 : .I .21 wg... 1, Y ' ' ' ' wx-,I - , -1, , ,,,, 5 rm 75311 . 5,114 W ww, MALCOLM G. WYER Dean, School of Librarianship A 'rremendous devo+ion +o everyfhing perlaining +o Library Science, and an asfounding abiliry 'ro hold down a num- ber of posifions capably, have aided Dean Wyer in advancing 'rhe Library School 'ro ifs presenl' significanl' posifion in +he shor+ period since i+s 'Founding in l93l. The Library's long. clean lines and massive walls are an inspira+ion from any angle. Nw. -. :Tv v 4 + . - v'sAn'?1. :1u,.... I ' In L ' Ze I1 .X I Ii ' 1 Q' 1 I' E 5 Z, Ek I V I I 11 In 4,?-- fi? A Zfjzf--I'-.. -4 CYRIL KAY-SCOTT Relired Dean. School of Ari' A well-esfablished repufafion as a mas- fer painfer did noi' deier Dean Kay- ScoH 'From puffing all his energy and experience a+ The disposal of his s+u- denrs. During his associa+ion wiih 'lhe Universify he succeeded in bringing unprecedenfed recogni+ion 'ro 'lhe School of Art Chappell House presen+s a myriad surprises of beaufy. 5. ,wr x.vL fa . JOHN E. LAWSON Adviser of Men . No person whose finger is familiarly on +he pulse, of everyfhing Thai' happens in adminis'rra'rive and s+uden'r circles as is "Jack's" needs an in'rroduc+ion +o Universify classes. A ready laugh and a keen apprecialion of all sfudeni prob- lems ancl affiludes have won for him 'rhe admiraiion and respec+ of his associales and undergraduale friends. "Jack" is as well known 'For his championship of all s+uclen'I' causes as he is 'For +he 'facl' +ha+ no one who ever wen+ +o him sincerely seeking help was ever disappoinfecl. Snow only heighfens +he nafural sim- plici+y +ha+ is fhei keyno+e of 'rhe Universi+y's charm. 0 'fa nr .- 3 GLADYS C. BELL Dean of Women To her iniimafes. Dean Bell has been a charming and enfhusiasfic friend: +o every woman, and many of 'ihe men. she has been a considera+e and gen- uinely helpful counsellor: fo fhe Univer- si+y she has been indispensable as a specialisf in managing +he myriad ac+iv- ifiels which her office governs. Chapel breafhes an air ol' romance fha? is more fhan sugges+ive. CORONADO ESCALANTE CO LO ROW OURAY .. ,, ,D , X I 7 f' ,ff fl' I I, f If JI! ff, 1. If X X x K. X 1, ,ff jf . S CLASSES fait! 1-ffgjff 'iajimi '44 its 1 'W gf. a n 113 finite jfgtkt-f ,mL,1 4, fltafhl "st-dit! r,. Q1 M 5 -17, . ff JMD! Y-K .ms . fits f ' city, .1515 'tn ,V i 1 i i , I "W f H ' ,i 1 '. tl A tj it 9,1 r i I, . fl l if i :fi ai, 5-il ii yt rt ' 3, v l 4 tt t E it ,4 za re . i .ig V1 ' 4 'ii -6 W ' ri it fi rib e S ,kv 5. K. il' vi F i 'A DAVE BRAINERD President Arts Running the class for a second time made Da'ue's duties come easy for him, and he fulfilled his trust in a competent manner. SHIRLEY LAUTER Vice-President Arts Whose sweet sincerity won for her the re- sponsible position of Vice-President. ' Swittly thru the senior's reminiscent mood pass those things especially sacred to the graduating class. I-le remembers homecoming with its hilarious parades. a myriad ot happy events, the music ot innumerable dances. The events ot Senior Week. inconsequential LAURA JANE GOOD in previous years, loom ahead ot him with uncomtort- Seifffgm able proximity as the startling thought: "Next year l'll be an alum!" comes home to him. The prepara- tions tor the Senior play, tor the last All-School picnic. insignia Day. and another Class Day tun-test. only emphasize the tinality that is begun with the Bacca- laureate and Commencement. 34 Laura Jane's success- ful performances as Secretary won her de- served popularflty. SH ELDON STRONG Treasurer Arts The man who has so conscientiously guarded the coffers of the fourth-year class. CHESTER CRESSWELL President Commerce Whose determination to forward the interests of Commerce won him merited friendships at "The Main A School." CAROL SHAR P Vice-President Commerce Her fwenflly smile and W U 0 11. e M e personality have made her innum- Crablc friends. KATHERINE HEALEY Vice-President Commerce Flllnlling her duties 00411171111 has only in- creased her former popularily. MEL GOROCHOW 7'recwnrer Commerce A bnsincsslike dis- ffwrov of his duties las marked Mcl's term of office. ann., CLASS OF I934 ' Aris seniors have enjoyed 'ihe 'iradiiional wrangles over ihe Senior Fence even more 'rhan usual, even 'rho Prexy Brainerd and Roger Williams were kidnapped by ihe anii-painiers. The noiion of less-iighi-and more-reverence-by-all-classes and a movemeni 'ro move The rails +o a new cenier of aciiviiy were begun, ' A+ Commerce, Librarianship, and Law 'rhe class or- ganizaiions iunciioned smoo+hly in 'rheir respecrive Jrasks. and served +o mainiain all s+uden'r affairs on a siable basis. ' All schools ioined forces for 'ihe Senior Prom, ac- claimed by many as Jrhe mos'r successful dance siaged in receni Universiiy hisiory, principally because all Jrhe campus shois came and mingled wifh 'rhe social lions. Kenny McGaw and orchesira were ieaiurecl in ihe scarcely-lighied Lakewood Couniry Club. 35 r THE SENIOR PROM ' Probably no dance in 'rhe hisiory of 'rhe Universiry achieved such success as did ihe I934 Senior Prom held ai' Lakewood Couniry Club March 3. Berry Pollard, chairman, and her comrniiiee, Bernice Espy, Charline Bir- CHATTING BETWEEN DANCES AT LAKEWOOD kins, Corinne Kingsion, Sheldon Sfrong. and Roger Williams. drew 'rhe uns+in+ed praise of everyone aiiending, for 'rhe excelleni arrange- rnenis. 'From 'rhe gay coloriulness of 'rhe Grand iviarch io 'rhe clever diploma programs. CLASS OFFICERS School of Law ' Class offices ar 'rhe School of Law come 'ro 'rheir holders as rewards 'For previous evidences of abiliiy. The oriicers funciion chiefly as a siabilizing and guiding influence in 'rhe ac+ivi+y oi 'rhe barrisrer deparimeni. Senior Officers: Darwin Coil, Presideni: Franlc J. Reinhard, FRANK J' . . REINHARD. JR. Jr., Vice-President Henry Cohen, Secreiary: Dororhy E. Vice-President While, Treasurer. Law Semors Junior Officers: Harry S. Silversiein, President Deirdre Dunlevy, Vice-President Rufh W, Loomis, Secreiary: Sam Weinsiein. Treasurer. Freshman Officers: Lincoln D. Coil, Presideni: Richard H. Simon, Vice-Presideni: Roberi' A. Glasier, Secrelaryg Helen Goodsell, Treasurer. HENRY Y. COHEN Secretary Law Seniors l l 36 HENRY Y- COHEN ROBERT A. HODGES Denver Deming, New Mexico A Law Law - ctivltlesg T,-wsu f S i glass ia Skull and Gaffffellp Xlbertelhgf 6 attlson Contest Award, 1933 It U ILRRILL KNIGHT WILLIAM LEXVIS Denver Denver Law Law Activities: I' pha D Nallpa Sigma' Phl Al- Activities: Phi Alpha Delta: Pres- , . ella. President, 4' xi B Uni- ldent Law Student Association, 4' xerslty Of Colorado ' Scarab, 43 Omicron Delta Kappa: 43 Interschool Council, 4 XYILLIANI NORTPIVVAY FRANIQ REINHARD Denver Golden, Colorado Law Law Activities' Pi Ka ' ' Ima ll l 5 P11 Activities: Sigma Alpha Epsilon, 'Upha Delta, 3, 4 A pm 1 Phi Delta Phi: Class ViC6-Pl'ESi- dent, University of Colorado FRED SPRADLING WILLIAM THOMPSON Blanca, Colorado Springfield, Colorado Law Law SAM WALDMAN l'lDWIN 'WILLIAXMS Dallas. Texas Denver Actiljiliw Law ,' V1 es: Ph' Sl . Activities: Sigma Alpha Epsilon: Club. 4 ' gma Delta' Quin Pnl Al ha. Delta' Pl Gamma Mu: D - Psi Chl, Tau Kappa. Alpha, Skull and Gavel, Secretary, Law Stu- dent Association 37 LAW Egg 53 it ' ' , " ' . I r, 7: YV' . M Q5 ti egg Q 'J i it ti" 7 l , wgwizi 'a N 'iii K' 1, 'H l t A fl . Dr' 1 4 I , 9 , th, , Q.: , . V5 ' We ii? ,,, .5 ' i l ii . , i i il i Ji li I i . E i B , . ' i i i 1 1 .2 -V -. ii ,, 'V if' l-K rf, , if V ii ill lf it 'l Ll as lilf' ji, fx, if: if i qi a: is, :xii -rs: li if :11,. ff' ,Ji ,gui lil as ' .,l,' Emi rifi' lvl' Nl i l, ur r ,, ii :ww 1 i w i GINO AIELLO Denver Engineering Major: Electrical Engineering Minor: Mathematics Qctlvltics: A. I. E. E., Mu Sigma au GUNNAR A. S. ALENIUS Denver Commerce Major: Accounting Activities: Alpha Kappa Psi: Beta Gamma Sigma, 4: American Man- agement Association: Board of Di- rectors, 4: Commerce Forensic Club: Fellow in Statistical Re- search. 4: Intramural Debate, 3: Mock Disarmament Conference, 3 HARRIETTE ALFORD Denver Liberal Arts Major: French Minors: Spanish, Education, Eng- l sh Activities: Alpha Chi Omega: Unl- versity ot' Colorado, 1: French Club, President, 4: Spanish Club: German Club: Orchestra, 3, 4 WALLACE ANDERSON Denver Commerce Major: Business Administration Minor: Commercial Education Activities: Delta Sigma Pl: Junior Advertising Club: Forensic Club: International Relations Club: American Management Association JAMES EDWARD AUSTIN Denver Liberal Arts Major: Economics Minors: Spanish, International Re- lations MILTON BOSLOUGH ' "Bozzy's" ready smile and his happy-go-lucky attitude have not entirely concealed his propensity tor tackling anything in sight with a determination SENIORS to succeed that was not to be denied. 38 GERALDINE RUTH AKERS Denver Liberal Arts Major: Sociology Minors: Anthropology, Economics, History Activities: Pl Gamma Mu: Y. W. C. A., 1: May Fete, 2 W. lf',l.OYD ALEXANDER Denver Liberal Arts Major: Speech Minors: Classics, Economics Activities: Tau Kappa Alpha, President, 4: International Rela- tions Club, President, 3: Commerce Forensic Club ARTHUR EDWARD ANDERSON Steamboat Springs, Colorado Commerce Major: Business Administration LETA ALENE ARNOLD Denver Liberal Arts Majors: Sociology, Education Minors: English, French Actlvltles: Alpha Gamma Delta: Clarion, 1, 2: Y. W. C. A., 1, 2, 3: Mentors, 8, 4: Biological Club: League for Industrial Democracy, 2, 3, 4: French Club VINCENT D. BARTH Denver Engineering Major: Chemistry Minors: Mathematics, Physics, Spanish, English Aetlvltles: League for Industrial Democracy, 3, 4 EDWARD BARTON Denver Llberal Arla M?.l0l'l Economics Acpifllif, IihyE'llC2ll Education 1 ms- Ralllia Sn-:mag Baseball, i 2, 3, 4: 11 I , VVrestling, 3, Aioothml 1' 2' 3' 4' 11:.x1:L A. BEATTY Denver Commerce 11e,I'Ifhl0l'2- Accounting Actxii- Finance. Economics Scar-'mlb eg' . Alplm Kappa P515 4 . Bing - 4 , Omlcron Delta Kappa, pgesid-1 GHIHH321. Sigma, 3, 4, Class Studeninf. igSgg'ezisux'e1'. Clfpmmerce lil ong m Management Association er can LAURFINCE C. BIGGLE Denver M j Ellylncerlng a or: Electrical Engin r' g AQCEEVIEESZ Sigma Phi Etiiesillcing A. 4-HARLINIC JANET BIRKINS Alamosa, Colorado Liberal Arts Mllljori Slmnlsh ,,S,y0fs: French, Education, Eng- Activities. S. , Z l-, lgma Ixappag A1 h AESLCPI' lvlllpa Delta Pl: Spariisii lin lifii1i0'2-lupeaffh Club: 'remn- Council, 4: KyhewigS'gfiY:ls4 Student LlL1.iAN BLOOM Denver Liberal Arts llnjliflrilors: HiSt0I'Y. Law Ed32'iionPolitlcal Science, Speech, C vlties- P1 G l ' amma Mu: Delt blgfnlida Sigma: Intercollegiate De? ami! Cailreiramuml Debate: Skull .si ALICE TALMA BAYLISS Denver Liberal Arts Major: English Literature Minors: Science, Speech, Sociology Activities: Womens Athletic As- sociation: Biological Club: Poetry Society FRANCES BIGELOW' Denver Liberal Arts Major: Speech Minors: Education. Religion Activities: Alpha Xl Delta: Womcn's Athletic Association: Y. M. C. A., 1: lntramural Basket- ball, 1, 2, 3, 4: Choral Class, 4 JAMES H. BINNS Denver Liberal Arts Major: Economics h Minors: Sociology, Speech, Political Science Activities: Kappa Sigma, Presl- dent, 4: Class President, 15 Pln Epsilon Phi, 3: Scarab, 43 Omicron Delta Kappa, 4: Press Club: Cam- pus Student Commission, 1, 4: Drama Club, President, 4: Clarion, 1, 4: Y. M. C. A.: Cabinet. 41 Leaders' Council. 1, 4: Intcrschool Council Representative, 4 FRANK RAY BLOOD Denver Engineering Major: Chemistry Minors: Mathematics, Physics Activities: Colorado School of Mines, 1, 23 Phi Lambda Upsllon: Delta Chi: Band, 1, 2, 3, 4: Pi Delta Theta MILTON BOSLOUGH Denver Liberal Arts Major: Speech Minors: Political Science, Psychol- 0 Y Aitivltles: Lambda Chl Alpha, President, 4: Alpha, Nu: "D" Cltlbg Clarion, 3, 4: Football, 1, 2. 3. JIM BINNS ' The ioyous rusher tor dear old Kappa Sig, the back-slapper who made good. Jim's first love has always been dramatics. either in OV Ol-ll Oi O1Cl'lC6. and he has eventually become disgusted with nearly everything he got involved with except politics and the Gamma Phi house. SENIORS 39 we -1 ft: n ap., Q !4.,j'1s' ' M, l i. i . ., 5:"'fQ ay' -, l A. 1. n. H lf! ,. I li 3. tl if 1 tl lf at E F1 l in ls Vw 4. i- l Y ls i ll 1 ii 'S fi 5 E Q 7 i 4 ll E. 4- ", i i' -l " l I l L l l Q if .l gi ll l NORMAN BRADLEY Denver Liberal Arts Major: Political Science Minor: Chemistry Activities: Skull and Gavel: Foot- ball, 1, 2, 3, 4: Basketball, 3 DAVID BRAINERD Denver Liberal Arts Major: Social Science Minors: English, Education Activities: Sigma Phi Epsilon: Class President, 3, 4: Pi Gamma Mu: Phi Beta Sigma: Tau Kappa Alpha: Leaders' Council, 3, 4: Campus Commission, 3, 4: Y. M. C. A.: Phi Delta Kappa MARY BELLE BROVVN Blanca, Colorado Liberal Arts Major: History Minor: English ELEANORE C. HUTZ Denver Liberal Arts Majors: German. Social Science Minors: Education, English ' Activities: Kappa Delta Pl: lfi Gamma Mu: German Club, Presi- dent, 4 VIRGINIA CASE Minor: English ing Club FRED CARLSON ' "Our Freddy." captain and all-conference cenifer of the football team, who has proved 'l'l15'l' a "D" man of prominence might lust as well go to Com- merce anyway, so +l'1e brother Sigs can occasionally get a rest from his cons+anHy phoning admirers. SENIORS 40 Denver Covimwrce Majors: Business Admin istration, Economics Activities: Phi Chl Theta: Com- merce Cced Club: Junior Advertis- SETH B. BRADLEY Denver Commerce Major: Economics Minor: English Activities: Beta Theta Pi: Press Club: American Management Asso- ciiagion: Kynewlsbok, 1, 2: Clarion, ROBERT J. BROWN Plalnvllle, Kansas Llbcral Arts Major: Economics Minor: International Relations Activities: 'l'a,u Kappa Alpha: Phi Delta Kappa: Psi Mu Epsilon: Phi Epsilon Phi: Skull and Gavel: Cranston Oratorial, 1: Student Forum, 4: German Club GORDON BRUNSON Denver Engineering Majors: Physics, Mathematics - Activities: Kappa Sigma: Mu Sigma Tau, President, 4: Ameri- can Institute of Electrical Ehgi- neers, President, 4: Secretary- Treasurer, Engineering Student As- sociatlon, 4 FRED CARLSON Denver Commerce Major: Economics Minor: English Activities: Sigma Alpha Epsilon, President, 4: Omicron Delta Kappa, 4: Scarab, 4: "D" Club, President 4: Football, 1, 2, 3, 4: Leaders Council, 4 1 1 MARY EDNA LEWIS CLOUD Denver Lib1'ar'ianship Major: Library Science Minor: Mathematics Activities: Alpha Nu: Mentors, 4: Pi Delta Theta: Orchestra, 1, 2, 3, 4: Y. W. C. A.: Womcn's Stu- dent C o u n c l l, 4: Independent Women's Organization MARY JANE COCHRAN Denver Liberal Arts Major: Art French Demgggii Q League for Industrial French Clyi I Cosmopolitan. Club: Organlzatxnfl, Independent Women's RUTH ELIZABETH COLVIN Denver M Libe'ralA1't.9 Miiioi i . History Actxiii- Education, Botany C. A SS- Alhha Xl Delta: Y. NV. d " at-'inet' 3. 49 Women's Stu- ent Council, 3' Wo N ' x hl l Association: May Feigfiif' 2! L ct C DAVE L. CRAMER Denver M Coomncrce MOP! Steno:-rraphy activities: C0l0l'ado School of 1 . 2-nes' t' Umvemity ot Colorado tionltnil itglllllgement Associa: KENNETH cmsr Denver En!Jiuem'i1z,q Ma-10" I Chemistry Activities- Dklt Sigma: 'l'rack.c1u Chi' Phi Beta FRANK Dia SCIOSE Denver Liberal Arts msg. Botany- ducation, Economics, gctgvlti ' '42 Orchestra 1 2 3 . Cm, PS, Mu Epsifon. , , 4, Psi es: Beta KHDDH: Band, 1. CHARLES EDWARD COLBY Denver Liberal Arts Major: Economics Minors: Histo ry, Mathematics, Chemistry, Physics, Blologicul Sci- ence JACK COTTER Denver Liberal Arts Major: Anthropology Minor: English Activities: I'hl Sigma: Pi Gamma Mu: Quill Club, President, 4: glzyion, 1, 2, 3: Press Club, 1, 2, CHESTER C. CRESSWELL Berthoud, Colorado Commerce Major: Accounting ' Minors: Flnanee, Economics Activities: Alpha Kappa. Psi: Class President, 4: American Manage ment Association JOSEPHINE Du BELL Denver Liberal Arts Major: Physical Education Minors: Education, Zoology Activities: Women's Athletic As- soclation: Newman Club: Indepen- dent VVomen's Organization: Coed "D" Club ROSEMARY Dm SCIOSE Denver Lflberal Arts Major: Social Science Minors: S o c l ol 0 g y, Education, Music Activities: Delta Zeta, President, 4: Isotopes: Mentors, 3, 4: Pan- hellenic, I, 2, 3, 4: Choral Class, 1, 2, 3: Y. W. C. A., 1, 2, 3: Women's Student Council, 4: May Fete, 1, 2: Dramatics, 1 ROGER WILLIAMS v-5 Q15 ' 15' ' A reputation tor having good, natural common sense has never prevented Rog trom bursting out with a lot ot boyish exuberance in the pursuit ot his va ried interests. 4I SENIORS . W TJ tj rf" ' L35 w ogg.: -:mf .5 ,-, m f mini, tj W K L' 7 J'1':3'? I-.Ln 2' f-"Sit 'K .:frt.'A qv , Fxlfif-I J ii 'Q . if , ii 1-,f-., - H .1 ,,.,, ,J ,mlix s"f:'g 1 5 5: Fl ti it fi A E vnu..- ,Ll H- w 13. ,L is v .Ji ', 'vw .f s f ,. , , s X ' 'Q iid' -:lg 1 ss l., li 'I 2:3 bfi? 37? 1, .- ,rx-Q-a-,,, 4 .- tw ' L15 H31 .- . , Qzgiy, ALLAN DIETEMANN Kiowa., Colorado Eiiginccriizg Major: Chemistry Minor: Physics Activity: Sigma Phi Epsilon GERALD DINNEEN Denver Engineering Major: Chemistry Minors: Physics, Mathematics Activities: Phi Lambda Upsilon: Phi Beta Sigma: Delta Chi: Sec- retary Engineering Student Asso- ciation, 3 DORIS DOYLE Denver Lib7'a7"lansh'ip Major: Library Science Minors: French, English Literature Activities: Women's Athletic As- sociation: Y. W. C. A., 2, 3, 4: Cabinet, 2, 3, 4: Mentors, 3: Libra- rlanship Student Association: Rill- lng Athletic Association HELEN EGGEMAN Deliver L'Lbe'ralArts Major: French Minors: Spanish, Education Activities: Kappa Delta: Kedros, 3: Dlplome, University of Paris, 4: Alpha. Zeta Pi: French Club, Presl- dent, 3: La Mesa Espanola: Women's Athletic Association: Y. W. C. A. Cabinet, 3: Mentors, 3: Biological Club: D. U. Circus, 1, 2: May Fete, 1, 2 BERNICE ESPY Denver Liberal Arts Major: Philosophy Minors: English, Latin Activities: Gamma Phi Beta: Kedros, 4: Mentors, 3, 4: President, 4: May Fete, 4: Gamma Phi Beta. Play, 1, 2, 3, 4: Intramural De- bate, 2: Quill Club: Model League ot' Nations, 3: Philosophical Acad- emy: Women's Student Council, 4 MARGARET OLIVER ' In spiie of 'llie iradiiionally lieciic sessions +l'ia+ mark Jrlie careers of those who lead 'rlie Universi'ry's women, lvlargare'r's enthusiasm carried her +l'1ru all her campaigns successfully, and her inieresi in ilie Sania Claus Shop and the Christian associations is as sirong as ever. SENIORS 42 F I C1iAl:l,l'lS lm l.lSIO Raton, New Mexico Coimiicrcc Major: Business Administration Activities: Pi Kappa Alpha: Uni- versity of New Mexico, 1, 2: Alpha Kappa Psi: Junior Advertising' Club: American Mana:.:'enient As- sociation ERMA DIXON Denver Liberal Arts Major: Dramatic Arts Minors: English Literature, Edu- cation, Psychology Activities: Alpha Xl Delta: Men- tors, 3, 4: Y. WV. C. A., Cabinet, 3, 4: Classical Club: May Fetc, 1, 2: Glee Club, 1, 2: Women's Ath- letic Association: Cosmopolitn Club ANNA MARIE DUVAL Denver Liberal Arts Major: Chemistry Minors: Mathematics, Education Activities: Philotes: Alpha Sigma Chi: Iota Sigma Pi: Quantum Club: Isotopes RUTH 1-lOWAIi'l'I-I ERNST Denver Liberal Arts Major: I-Iistory Minors: Political Science, Interna- tional Relations, Spanish, Religion Activities: Pi Beta Phi: Kedros, 3, 4: Interschool Council Repre- sentative, 4: Panhellenic, 2, 3, 4: Women's Student Council, 4: Lead- ers' Council, 4: Clarion, 2, 3, 4: Star Reporter, 2, 3, 4 : Kynewlsbok, 2, 3, 4: Press Club: Pi Gamma. Mu: Coed Journalists: Board of Publications, 3 ELSIE K. FICK Denver Liberal Arts Major: History Minors: Education, English Activity: Pi Gamma Mu, 3, 4 JUNGELINE FIGLIOLINO Denver Liberal Arla 532354. Iillysical Education Activities i'duCatl0n', Zoology soclationf Igilmflens Athletic As- N - lling Athletic Club- yyi,x'2g'? ulgil-1g.lubl:3, independent CHARLOTTE IFRUMESS Denver L11lJe1'u.l Arts MHJO1' - S . Minor 1.-ociqlogy Actlvm fngllvsh C ,- ES5. Delta Phi E sll : 83:52:31 , WVomen's Athletic .firs- Presidel' Panhclhmic- 1' 2. 3. 4, 'nt' 43 Leaders' Council, 4 R H ULH ANNA GARLAND Denver M Lfbercil Arts Massa. Spanish Riologs' Education, English, So- clivifles- Theta Phi A ' l ht : N - man Club? Spanish Assoreiziltion ew L-'AURA JANE GOOD Denver Liberal Arts Miljor: French NI - w lhducittioll, Spanish . w 'FSI Alnha Xl D it g Feczgqeqs Athletic Association? Mgy gem' pi .3 k3fj?,'y50YS,l 3. ia: Alpha 1 ' ' e ta i: Pan- elemc' 3' 49 Spanish Association MARGARET GORDON Denver Liberal Ay-is M1 - . Migglf- Physical Education At S: Speech. Education clii ixiuis' W0fU6h's Student Coun- Athletic igders. Council, 4 :W0men's Y. W. C Association, President, 4: 2, 3' 4 .' I ': Cabinet, 3: Parakeets, ganizutionmenendent Women's Or- LEROY E. FINK Denver Engineering Major: Chemistry. 1 Minors: Mathematics, PhySl0S Activities: Phi Beta Sigma: Delta Chi: Phi Lambda Upsilon: Pi Delta Theta MARIANA GARDNER Denver Liberal Arts Majors: Chemistry, Zoology Activities: Pl Beta Phi: Kedros, 3. 4: Mu Beta Kappa: Alpha Sigma Chl: Iota Sigma Pi: Phi Sigma: Y. VV. C. A. H ORA CE C, GATES Denver Engineering Major: Physics , Minors: Chemistry, Mathematics JOHN H. GOODMAN Denver Liberal Arts Major: Political Science Minors: International Relations, Speech Activities: Beta Theta Pl, Presl- dent, 4: Scarab, 3, 4: Omlcron Delta Kappa: Phi Epsilon Phi, President, 3: Clarion, 1, 2, 3, 4, Editor, 4: Kynewisbok, 1, 2, 3: 'D" Book, 2, 3: Press Club, President, 3: Intcrfraternity Council. 1, 2, 3, President, 3: Star Reporter, 1, 2, 3 4: Leaders' Council, 3, 4: Board of Publications, 3 MELVIN D. GOROCHOW Denver Commerce Major: Business Administration Activities: Phi Sigma Delta, Pres- ldent, 4: Omlcron Delta Kappa, 4: Scarab, 4: Phi Epsilon Phi: Clar- ion, 1, 2, 3, Advertising Manager, 4: Board of Publications, 4: Press Club, 2, 3, 4: American Manage- ment Assoclatlon: fnterfraternity Council, 3, 4 BERNICE ESPY ' Since she is the kind ot a person who works hard without telling people about it, she could have managed to get a finger into any number ot cam- pus pies, but preterred to combine a reputation tor calm and gracious dignity, as Mentor president. with one tor making peopie enjoy doing her tavors, as a Gamma Phi Beta. 43 SENIORS M52 Q13 ..n 99 'AY' H' ,,. ,J ' tt: fi. 4 f. 0. W . raz'?:i link. tt.. ' V ililfii ,yr Q, 'Vw at .. ,M f. 1 if 1 6.3, .vw , ,tvft-1 i PVLUC ,t,,. :Jr . tr: N .:..f5, , ...J vu-14Msc.T IQ ' M11 1 'ii .ii 5'4- 1 r ., 5. .. I 'i if 5 f -l 'tr 4.-,gi .V A 31 ., i . 1. t rw, Q ., i, ' li IB Z :gy w it "' J: A. MARION GRAY Denver Liberal Arts Major: Chemistry Mlnors: Zoology, French Activities: Colorado Women's Col- lege, 1. 2: Pi Beta Phi: Iota Sigma Pi: Psi Chi: Mentors, 4: Women's Athletic Association: Ky- newlsbok, 4: Isotopes ' " , GENEVA M. GROSS Littleton, Colorado L1beralArts Major: Physical Education Q Mlnors: English, Education, Zool- et 035' T al Activities: Kappa Delta Pl: Ked- ' ros, 3, 4: Women's Athletic Asso- . : clatlon: Rilllng Athletic Club, Q President, 3: Independent Women's fl Organization, President, 4: Wom- j. en's Student Council, 4: Leaders' A Council, 4: May Fete, 1, 2, Sports f Director, 4: Coed "D" Club QQ DWIGHT HALL I Denver 1, Liberal Arts ., Major: Mathematics gg? Mlnors: Chemistry, Eflucatlon Activities: Beta Kappa: Pl Delta 'll Theta: Psi Mu Epsilon: Band, 1, 1, 2, 3, 4: Orchestra, 1, 2: Interfra- ,:, ternity Councll, 3, 4 Q 1 tm ag! A GEORGE W. HARTUNG Denver 'f Commerce Major: Business Administration Activities: Pl Kappa Alpha: American Management Association : Junior Advertising Club CARL HEDBERG Denver Engineering Majors: Physics, Mathematics Minor: Chemistry Activities: Scarab, 4: Omlcron Delta Kappa, 4: Phl Beta Sigma: Mu Sigma Tau: A. I. E. E.: P1 Delta Theta: Delta Chi: Pi Sigma Pl: President Engineering Student Association, 4: Leaders' Council, 4: Interschool Council, 4. CHUCK ZARINI ' A shining ornament ot the A K Psi house. pos- sessor ot a very attractive disposition which has won him innumerable friends, and, incidentally. prexy ot the Commerce Association. Chuck has managed to remain modest and unassuming in spite ot a major otfice in each ot his last two years. 1, 44 i f-3 RAYMOND E. GRAY Denver Engineering Major: Physics Activities: "D" Club, 2, 3, 4: Base- ball, 2, 3, 4 MARGARET GROUNDS Denver Liberal Arts Major: Physical Education Minor: Zoology Activities: Sigma, Kappa: Women's Student Councll, 4: Women's Ath- letlc Association, President, 4: Parakeets: Drama Club: Press Club CATHERINE HANSEN ' Denver Liberal Arts Major: Economics Mlnors: French, Sociology Activities: Pl Beta Phl: Kedros, 4: Mentors, 3, 4: Press Club: Clarion, 1, 2, 3, 4: Student Dlrec- tory, 2, 3, 4: Kynewisbok, 3, 4: Coed Journalists: Y. W. C. A., Cabinet, 4: Coed "D" Club: Rlll- lng Athletic Club: May Fete, 1, 2: Women's Athletic Association. KATHERINE HEALEY Denver Commerce Major: Commercial Education Activities: University of Wyoming, 1: Phi Chi Theta, President, 3: Mentors, 3, 4: Newman Club, 1: Women's S t u cl e n t Council, 4: Women's Athletic Association BERNARD LLOYD HELSTIEN Denver Commerce Major: Accounting Activity: Phi Sigma Delta 1 I 1 i i N ORMAN J. HlaNDlucl:soN Denver Commefrcc A ti . C0 lfities. .Delta Sigma Pi: ..D,. lub, Tennis, 2, 3, 4 ABE H. Hmlzzl-:L Denver M L1b61'alA1'ts Mlttgi i . Hlstofy n0mic:'PI"nP-Tllsh, Education, Eco- Acuvitie FYUPOIOEY. Sociology QA ,MPM Il Gamma Mug Y, M, SoplQ,3,,Q,ff1omh Society: Eresllman- Sophomolft DQUHIG.. 1: Freshman- I- Rude 12 iijm-t0"'C"'l C""U3,St- 2? ture, 3. F50 In Rabbmic Litera- ELEANOH M. llocKlNG Denver Liberal Al-is Ma - - 1 . Miggfsi 1t'nPTllSll. Education Activltl' Sptmlshi Frcnch KAR-,man9s'., Delta Zeta: Colorado sociatlo S-LOHOHO. 1, 23 Spanish As- Induqt ff. French Club: Lcapruc for A - iniiflll Dmftocffwyz Y. W. C. L' ulcc ,angua e C 1, - M'ly Fetc, 2: Tennis'g2 lvl 1- 2- M ARY HELEN Hmm DBTIVL-I' MujE71!7inee1'i1lg Mingtsf Chcmislfy. l':ilUl'Zlti0ll Acrivltlls Physics- Zovloay Alpha Sig Alpha Gamma Delta: keets. Nfmtl Chl: Isotopes: ,Para- Ienic,,3 fm""S- 2- 2. 4: 1'anllcl- 1, 2- R n- Y- W. C. A.: May Fcte, letic' Y ewlsllolf 1- killing Am sociatlolnlb: xV0lllflll'S' Athletic As: BE l ' . T11 JANE IlUGl'IAH'l' D0l'lVcr M'1.'IoLibC1'al Arts Mi I-5' Soffilll Science, Education 'lol - English A t' . A, Alggngiifsdl lieu! Phi: Y. W. C. U . Clarion, 1 BERNICE L. HENN Denver IflberalArts Minors: Education, English Majors: Sociology, History Activities: Kappa Delta Pig Inde- pendent Women's Organization: Y. W. C. A., Cabinet, 3 BERT R. HITT Denver Liberal Arts Major: Physical Education l Minors: Education, Social Science Activities: Scarab, 4: Omlcron Delta Kappa, 4: "D" Club: Foot- ball, 2: Basketball, 1, 2, 3: Base- ball, 1, 2, 3, 4 HARLAN H. HOLBEN Dcnvcr C 0771011-C7'CC Major: Accounting' Minors: Business Administration, Economics . Activities: Alpha Kappa Psi: Beta. Gamma Sigma, President, 4 : Amer- ican Management Association AGNES HUFNAGEL Denver Llbe'ralA1'ts Major: English Minors: Spanish, Education Activities: Alpha Zeta Pi: Span- ish Association MARIA HURST Denver Liberal Arts Major: English Minors: French, Education Activity: Gamma Phi Beta AL THOMAS ' Idol ot the knot-tlole club, who surprised every- one, particularly the inmates ot the Beta house, by attempting to keep his campaign promises as president ot the Arts Association. SENIORS l H 1 ti' sl it 5-'ft .wigs ive it ,U ww 'Mil ,, ,,,,, r , -'fw 3 . MIRIAM L. JAMES Littleton, Colorado Liberal Arts Major: Physical Education , Minors: Education, Science, So- l elology Activltles: Delta Zeta: Mentors, 3, 4: Y. W. C. A., Cabinet, 2: Wom- en's Student Council, 3: Spanish Association: Women's Athletic As- sociation: Rllllng' Athletic Club DOROTHY M. JOHNSON Denver Liberal Arts Major: Chemistry Minors: International Relations, French, English, Education, So- eiology Activities: Zeta Tau Alpha: Ked- ros, 3 4: Alpha Sigma Chl: Mu Beta Kappa: Quill Club: Poetry Society: Parakeets: Y. W. C. A., Cabinet, 2, 3, 4: Orgranlst Univer- sity Chapel, 3, 4: Womcn's Athletic Association: Orchestra, 1, 2, 3, 4 MARY TEN BROECK KELLY Cleveland, Ohio L'Lbe'ralA'rts Major: English Minors: Mathematics, Soclolol-Ty. Education Activities: Western Reserve Uni- versity, 1, 2: Kappa Delta Pi: German Club: League for lndus- trial Democracy ELIZABETH KIMBROUGH Denver Liberal Aria Major: English Minor: Education Activities: Alpha Gamma Delta, President, 4: Kappa Delta Pl: Mentors, 3, 4: Women's Student Council, 4: Quill Club: Poetry So- ciety: Y. W. C. A., Cablnet, 3: Women's Athletic Association CORINNE KINGSTON Denver Liberal Arts Major : English tory Activities: Mentors, 3, 4: Newman Club, 2, 3: Y. W. C. A. MARY ALICE LITTLE ' Pride and ioy of Alpha Gamma Delta, whose soft drawl at social affairs is more of an index to her purely feminine accomplishments than it is to her commanding personality when the Paralceets take the field. SENIORS 46 Minors: Education, French, His- BEATRICE JOHNSON Denver L'lberalArt.9 Majors: Social Science, Education Minors: English, Sociology Activities: Kappa Delta: Kedros, 4: Kappa Delta Pi: Pi Gamma Mu: Mentors, 3, 4: French Club: Cosmopolitan Club: Y. W. C. A., Cabinet, 3, 4: May Fetc, 2: Stu- dent Directory, 3, 4: Kynewlsbok, 4: Press Club, 4: Coed Journalists, RICHARD JORGENSEN Flagler, Colorado LlberalArts Major: Social Science Activities: Sigma Phi Epsilon: Scarab, 3, 4: Omicron Delta Kappa, 4: Phi Beta Sigma: Pl Gamma Mu: "D" Club: Leaders' Council, 2: Campus Commission, 2: Class President, 2: Football, 1, 2, 3, 4: Baseball, 2, 3, 4 MAYNARD KIDDIGR Denver O'0mmercc Major: Business Administration Minor: Advertising Activities: Lambda Chl Alpha: Delta Sigma Pl: Press Club: Jun- ior Ad Club: 'l'rade Winds CONOVER KING Denver Liberal Arts Major: Economics Minors: Psychology, Philosophy Activities: Kappa Sigma: Alpha Kappa Psi DOROTHY KNAUSS Denver Liberal Arts Major: Education Minors: Emrxllsh, Social Science Activities: Gamma Phi Beta, Pres- ident, 4: P.sl Chl: Mentors, 3, 4: Women's Student Council, 3, 4: Y. W. C. A. D . OROTHX LACKNER Denver Liberal A1-is 1l1Vff21.'lOr : i Chemistry inors. . i::l:fzm.a::.'zfQ.n.:f1t'CS- es- Iota Slnma Pig Alpha Sigma Chi 1 , i D 1 Beta kappa: dmwilgf' Club Theta : Mu SHIRT DY . - LA H ,. Denver U1 LR Ma Liberal-4-Tts Mhfgifg, English tion ' French, I'IlStOl'y, Educa. Activate . , 42 Pr S' IVIDDR Delta: Kedros, Club: eW,,,,?1U,b: Rilling Athletic tion: nom ens Athletic Associa- Clubz Ciar. Journalists: French D01-ter 3 'Ty 1, 2, 3, 4: Star Re- Pectori, 11. , Editor Student Dl- i30ard of Ifuliiggtgiwisboki 2, 3, 4: . 2 , Glee Club, fm? 4. May Fete, C AROLYN F. LAYTON Denver Art Major' Fine A-t Acti ' . 'S b0k,vg?l2S' Press Club: Kynewls- FLORFN " CE FOWLER J ' Denver I X. ONS Mal Libeml Am Mlngltg- Iiflllcution lSh, Drh hnnsolllly, English Span- Activitwlgluflglg Apts 1 D1-ama Cy-nb gliggicipthllcaih .fgeaglemy g MAR iqlilon City- Colorado Mu 1 m'zA"'S Z0010s.'y Aetivltlhscghemist-ry, Education lege' 1: si Colorado Woman's C01- Biological gg" Ivlvnaz Phl Sigma: Ternplin H HEP! Mentors, 3, 43 an muh? Mfly Fete, 2 Y ELIZ.x1n4:'rH MANN University, 1, 2, 3: French Club: RICHARD LARSON Denver Engineering Majors: Physics, Mathematics Minor: English Activities: Beta Theta Pi: A. I. E. E.: Interfraternlty Council, 2: Basketball, 1, 2: Golf, 3 .llGAN M. LAWRENCE Denver Liberal Arts Majors: Education, Social Science Minor: Mathematics Activity: Independent Women's Or- llanlzation MARY ALICE LITTLE Denver Liberal Arts Major: Spanish Minors: French, Sociology, Educa- tion Actlvlties: Alpha Gamma Delta: Alpha Zeta Pi: Biological Club: Mentors, 3: Parakeets, President, 4: Rilling Athletic Club: Spanish Association, President, 3: Women's Athletic Association: Panhellenic, 2, 3: Leaders' Council, 4: Campus Commission, 4 VIRGINIA MALMSTEN Denver Liberal Arts Major: Speech Minors: English Literature, Psy- chology Activities: Grand Island College, 1: University of Nebraska, 2: Unl- versity of Colorado, 2: Florida Southern College, 3: Drama Club: National Collegiate Players: Dra- lnatics, 4 BERNICE MARTIN Omaha, Nebraska Lfibrarianshflp Major: Library Science Minor: SOClal Science Activities: Pl Beta Phi: Creighton Drama Club DAVE BRAINERD ' Dave's disappointments in the political realm have not minimized his endeavor and ardor in serv- ice to the Class ot '34 at Arts. With continuous l D tw'ce inherited the thankless job ot class Zed , CVC I prexy, and has acquitted himselt as nobly as he once did in the Y. M. C. A. SENIORS 47 -fi! 32' vga.- 4.,-i 4 -'HK flint in .finl- :uf tlftttl im" Q 1- ... nf. . A ,N . . it-1 I 1 V , v'-iv' :Alfalfa "TWx ' Wifi-s 115551 ' My :J . .1 5 F? l ' 'ff I 'Still 'itsi' l ' 1 53559315 il gg 'lmlilfihn il Wi- 5 1 i 1 Q: N :pl y. 'l 54 I 5 t Q2 ,FS I 2 ti' gi W tl rg , . ii if sl 5 I JOHN B. MAURO Denver Commerce Activity: Phi Kappa RALPH MEREDITI-I MAYO Denver Liberal Arts, Commerce Majors: Economics, Accounting Minors: Mathematics, French Activities: Rota Theta Pl: Alpha Kappa 1'si: Y. M. C. A., President, 4, Cabinet, 1, 2, 3, 4: American Management Association: Math Club: Orchestra, 1, 2, 3, 4 HENRY W. MERRITT Denver Liberal Arts Majors: Psychology, Zoology Minors: Chemistry Mathematics Activities: Beta Kappa: Pl Delta Theta: Mu Beta Kappa: Phi Sigma: Psi Chl, President, 4: Ger- man Club: Interfraternity Council, 2 4 - - ANDREW MILLER Denver Commerce Majors: Economics, Marketinn' Minor: Accounting Activities: Beta Theta Pl: Scarab, 4: Omieron Delta Kappa, 4: Alpha Kappa Psi: American Mana!-Cement Association: Commerce Student As- sociation: Track, 3, 4: Interschool Council, 4, President, 4 LEROY A. MOTT Kearney, Nebraska Commerce Activity: Sigma Alpha Epsilon: Football ANDY MILLER Some men have popularity, some popularity and brains, lout rare. indeed, is a fellow like Andy, who has popularity. brains. and a conscience. Anyone who is as devoted 'ro "The Main School" and Hs welfare as he, and is also an A K Psi. has real need of a conscience. SENIORS 48 MARJORIE J. MAUSER Fort Collins, Colorado Commerce Major: Secretarial Science Activities: Delta Delta Delta: Colorado Agricultural College, 1: Phi Chl Theta: Commerce Coed Club: Templln Hall Club DAVID MCCARTNEY Denver Liberal Arts Miiiorz Dramatic Arts Minors: Psychology. English Activity: Beta Kappa HELEN ELIZABETH MILES Denver Liberal Arts Major: Social Science Minors: Chemistry, History, Edu- cation Activities: Gamma Phi Beta: Colo- rado Agricultural Colleae, 1, 2: Kappa Delta Pl - MARGARET MOHELAND Arvada, Colorado Liberal Arts Majors: Mathematics, Chemistry Minors: History, Education Activities: Alpha Sigma Chl, Pres- ident, 4: Pi Delta Theta: Isotopes: Y. W. C. A.: Tcmplln I-Iall Club FLORENCE MYERS Omaha, Nebraska Commerce A.ctlvity: Cosmopolitan Club -al WILLIAM STANLEY NEAL, Ju, Denver Engineering rl:-:gr Acnvlfibs Mnsllsmwffl' rfjhysics . 'mi 3 , ' . phi Sigma: A. LLE. 1 Epsilon, F RAIFCES EMILY NESBITT LQSPGT. VVyomlng wi Li"c"'tlA1'rs.Al-i Mizz: . French cial Ai-Q HiSt0I'y Of Art, Commer- A . Kigyggiei-, Alllha Gamma Delta: Club. k - A191121 Zeta Pi: French J0u,,:a,,VnffWifSl10k. 1, 2, a, 4: Coen 3, 4. 5E3ritC!aY'10Yl. 4: Mentors, 2, Club :' Y, Wtob Ckmncll, 3: Press RONALD J, NETHERY Denver Liberal AMS 'VI . i.I?,2grg Chemistry 'eS?tivlIEie5?ol?fXi4rn alla Walla College, 3 L' Colle 'c, 1, 2: M -. Aliiglaitwl' oL1v1m SDVSI' Liberal A1-rs VI . Mi-ICF' Social Science HS 0115. Education, French C .. Acltl5ltlemftu"e- Svciolvgy ' Ing Secretars' 2.SlE'ma' Kappa: Class 35 Presid . Class Vice-President, League Vent. Women's Student Studenf A Vice-President Campus Council 4?S00iaU0Tl, 4: Leaders' ' v German Club' Y W, C. A , , , ,. Fetefl Cabinet- 1- 2. 3. 4: May M 1 P LIE-ELL S, PAINTER Pggefl. Colorado M L1be"UlA1'ts Acuviii 1 hllosophy P es! Gamma hiloso h 4: Y ll ical Academy, . YV. C. A., Cabinet, 3, Phi Beta : President, of fs ELSIIG OLIVIA NELSON W Denver 1,ibc1'a.l Arts Majors: Education, English Minors: History, German Activities: Theta Upsllon, Presl- dent, 3: Mentors, 2, 3, 43,PilI'f1- kcets: German Club: Women s Stu- dent Council, 3: Y. W. C. A. MAURICE NESBITT Littleton, Colorado ldvlgineering Major: Electrical Engineering Activity: A. I. E. E. .IANICE BOSE NEWMEYER Denver Liberal Arts Major: French Minors: Education, German Activities: Alpha Zeta Pi: French Club: German Club HAROLD OSBORNE Denver Liberal Arts Major: English Minors: Education, Psychology, Journalism Activities: Scarab, 4: Omicron Delta Kappa, 4: Leaders' Council, 2, 3, 4: Kynewisbok, 2, 3. 4, Editor, 3, 4: Clarion, 1, 2, 3: Press Club, President. 4: Editor of "D" Book, 3: Quill Club: Y. M. C. A., Cabinet, 2, 3, 4: Star Reporter, 1, 2, 3, 4: Psi Chi RICHARD G. PEARCE Santa Ana, California Liberal Arts Majors: Economics, Biology Minors: History, Anthropology Activities: Pi Kappa Alpha: Unl- verslty of Texas, 3: lnterfraternity Council, 2, 3, 4: Biological Club: Football, 1, 2 LB DICK JORGENSEN ' If is noi' often +ha+ 'rhe boy who catches passes and makes 'rouchdowns can a than crediiable scholasiic averag obliged +o record "Whitey" as H1 who manages so much. Iso maintain a more e, so we feel e demon Dane SENIORS 49 l 1 l A LIC E STEELE PECK Denver Lib1'a1'imlship Major: Library Science Minors: lfllstory, German, French Activities: Gamma l'hi Beta: Al- pha Zeta Pl: Rllling Athletic Club: lnterschool Council, 4: Ger- man Club: Mentors, 3: Librarian- shlp Student Association, 4: Wom- en's Athletic Association: Pioneer Ski Club LOUIS PERSON Cooperstown, North Dakota l.'iberul Arts Major: Religion Minor: Speech CLARENCE PLACE Denver fl0'lIl'IlL67'C8 Major: Accounting Minor: Business Administration MAEDWINA I"O'l"l7ER Longmont, Colorado LibcrulA1'ls Major: Soclal Science Activities: Zeta Tau Alpha.: Colo- hellenlc, 3: Clarion, 3, 4 FOIQHIGST RIG DDISH ' Denver Liberal Arts Major: Dramatic Arts Minors: Psychology, English A ctivitles: National Collegiate grlaiyersp Drama Club: Dramatlcs, BETTY STOVALL ' Betty could attract more attention than any per- son on the campus merely by standing still and using that enigmatic smile. but she has devoted herself instead to the Pi Phi chapter, to Kedros. and an enviable record in scholarship. SENIORS 50 radn Wolnan's College, 1, 2: Pan- ALLAN RONALD l'EPPls1ll Denver Engineering Major: Physics Minors: Mathematics, Chemistry. Geology Actlvltles: Sigma Alpha Epsilon: Football, 1, 2: Track, 1, 2, 3, 4 RUTH JEAN PHILLIPS Denver Lftberul Arts Major: French Minor: Spanish Activities: Gamma Phi Beta: Rol- lins College, 1: University ot' Poi- tiers: University ot' Paris, 4: Alpha Sigma Chi: Psi Chl: Alpha Zeta Pl: French Club: Spanish Associa- tion: Y. W. C. A. lil'l'l'TY TYLER POLLARD Denver Liberal Arts Majors: Speech and Dramatic Arts, Psychology Minors: Zoology, English Activities: Pi Beta Phi, President, 3: Kedros, 4: Women's Student Council, 3: Poetry Society: Drama Club: Mentors, 3, 4: Mentor Coun- cil, 4: Biological Club: Y .W. C. A. NORMA REGINA PRIESS Denver lfibmul Arts Major: Physical Education gllnors: English, Biology, Educa- 011 Actlvltles: Delta Phi Epsilon? Kedros, 4: Panhellenlc, 4: Kappa Delta Pl: Rllling Athletic Club. President, 4: Parakeets: Y. W. C. Ab: XiVfJTen'.s Athletic Association? .. .. ju RUTH REICI-I Los Angeles, California Liberal Arts Major: History Minor: English Activity: University of California at Los Angeles, 1, 2, 3 ni ANN r w XXL RICHARDS Dlfflver L1,bc'ra1A,.ls Ma . Miliors' English, Education Acqors: Paflfl, Ifllstory helldiiiciesb ll1ctaVl"hi Alpha: Pan- Mentors 4'. 4,9 Ivllwpa Delta Pl: man Debate :1N5llVQ:ftIlCCR1.lJ: Fresh- ABE ROSEN Denver Libe'ra1A,.m Maj . I Mlnglif PhYSlcal Education AOtlxi'S" 30:11:11 SCUSHCO. Zoology Deltaitiiit' Pin Sli-:ma Dena: Phi 3. 43 FOORJPU. Choral Class, 1, 2, W . all. 1, 2, 3: Track, 1, 2: restllns, 1 2 RAY RYERSON Denver Liberal .41-as Majgr . Minors' Educmlml. Social Science Hi S: Inter-nati al I 1 Acit3lit5les'fxcg1?L:ntlnl3nSocioibbigiions' EDSll0n Phi ' I-Ymilrl-'gi 1131353013: Phi BE RITH SCH RODER Denver Llberal Arts Major. Mlhorg Physical Education iofzlogg Educatl0I1, Social Science, c l . 3. ftzytiiitli Pi Beta Phi: Mentors, C- A.. 2 :Pg Athletic Club: Y. w. il: Kynewi-sg-lC21blnet, 3: Clarion, etlc Associatllfih 42 NVomen's Ath- JAMES F Denver Majolingiileerfflg Minot-ig: Cfjlgmlstry gzmlltles: 5755121 Mgltlieinatics 1 ' Y a, Pl Delta Theta, T hi Beta SHUMATE DELOS ROSE Grand Junction, t"olorado Liberal Arts Major: English gllnors: History, Physical Educa- OH Activities: Kappa Sigma: Phi Beta Sigma: "D" Club: Football, 1: NVrcstllng, 1, 2, 3, 4: Orchestra, 1 JOHN WV. RUPLE Rifle, Colorado Commerce Majors: Commercial Education, Business Administration Minors: English, Social Science itcgivltlesz Delta Sigma Pl: Band, KARL SCI-IMIDT Denver Liberal Arts Major: French Minor: Public Speaking Activities: National Collegiate Players, President, 4: Drama Club: French Club: Spanish Association: Alpha Zeta Pl: Philosophical Academy: Orchestra, 1, 2 CAROL SHARP Grand Junction, Colorado Commerce Majors: Commercial Education, Secretarial Science Activities: Kappa Delta: Kedros, 3, 4: Class Secretary, 2: President Associated Women Students, 3: Secretary Associated Women Stu- dents, 4: Phi Gamma Nu, 1, 2, 3, 4, President, 4: Vice-President Commerce Student Commission, 3, Secretary, 4: Kappa Delta Pl: Parakcets: Forensic Club: Trade Winds, 1, 3: Womcn's Athletic As- sociatlon BURTON A. SMEAD Denver Lflberal Arts Major: Anthropology Minors: Mathematics, English Activities: Pi Kappa Alpha: Inter- fraternity Council, 3, 4: Phi Epsi- lon Phi: Quill Club: Phi Sigma: Pl Gamma Mu: Kynewlsbok, 3: Ski Club CA ' One independent without losing his a dents. Probably no bined so much popu ability in 5I RL HEDBERG who made good in politics biding taith in his tellow stu- Gas House president has com- larity and leadership with such his chosen pursuits. SENIORS .. '03 , vi'-1 lyjih' av-ta.-5 Fgfrtigjif 1 4 tw' ff dk A: -41-fs.: :vs-,fi ti" . li. 3.62, -5 K 1. " 1-F , l .cfgiafiii Jil.: - 'i"f izpggj. iff-Q ' :SW- ,Ef 1,1 stayin 'fthe - WZ: .- - ,Ia if -f u if t' itiitvil I- . -'iiwfi 2, mv: f 25512 il.1i5'q,ft"' 'W-izfff Wei I 1 . ,wil , . rm -sf:-..' i 4 mrxrii r 'P l ,Y E ti i . 1 , H 2 ,e it FT Ii- li, ,f-6 fi -M Jr W 2 1 3 K ' GERALD R. SMERNOFF Denver ldngineering Major: Chemistry Minors: Physics, Mathematics Activities: l.'hl Lambda Upsilon: Delta Chi EVIGLYN M. STANLEY .Denver Liberal Arts l, , ,, l, , , ' ' l ., T lllll 1 .1 aiu ?i'.'L'yJl,L 35" irsylxx 'l 4. V' il A fiffiitili' W' A l iw' N if - 41 -,.i:fff ' -4 f J I f X A 1 g, ' ? 'YiM-t-. - ' f t fig v Major: Education Minors: Religion, Social Science Activities: Kcdros, 3, 4: Women's Student Council, 4: Kappa Delta Pi: Psi Chi: Y. W. C. A., Cabinet, 3, President, 4: Cosmopolitan Club ALVIN STOCKTON Raton, New Mexico Commerce Major: Accounting Activity: Alpha Kappa Psi LOUISE STRANSKY Evergreen. Colorado Lilmrul Arts Major: Physical Education Minor: Science Activities: Rllling Athletic Club: Women's Athletic Association: Y. W. C. A. Sl'll+IlQlJON STRONG Denver l4nyt1L0e1'ing Major: Electrical Engineering Drama Club: Ski Club, President, 2 RUTH ERNST ' ln addition to participation in any activity you care to name. and to service as secretary or some other position-that-means-work ot innumerable or- ganizations. Ruth has consistently battled everyone by retusing to let anything. even politics, get lter goat. SENIORS 52 Activities: Sigma Phi Epsilon, President, 4 : Class Treasurer, 4 : A. l. IC. E. : Phi Beta Sigma: MARVIN AARON SNIPES Denver Eiigiueering Major: Physics Minor: Mathematics Activities: A. I. E. E.: Colorad0 Society of Engineers HA RRY STAPLES Denver Liberul Arts Major: Social Science Activities: Kappa Sigma: Univer- sity of Wyoming, 1, 2. 3: Quill Club, 4: Skull and Gavel, 4: KY' newisbok, 4 ELIZABETH STOVALL Denver I.lbcrcLl Arts Majors: English. Education Minors: Latin, Social Science Activities: Pi Beta Phi, President, 4: Keclros, 3, 4, President, 4: Men- tors, 3, 4: Mentor Council, 3: Press Club: Kappa Delta Pi: Leaders Council, 4: Star Reporter, 3, 43 Clarion, 1, 2, 3: Kynewlsbok, 1, 2' 3: Women's Athletic Association? Y. W. C. A.: Coed Journalists? Editor Student Directory, 2 MA RJORIE STRAWN Denver Liberal Arts Majors: Education, German Minors: Sociology, Zoology Activities: Sigma Kappa: German Club: Y. W. C. A. CARL SWANSON Englewood, Colorado Engineering Major: Chemistry Minors: Physics, Mathematics Activities: Delta Chi: Phi Beta' Sigma: Pl Delta Theta: Baseball' 2, 3, 4: Basketball, 2, 3 HELEN sYDN1f:1: Denver M jLiberal Arts a Ori Social Scien' yg?i':,li?,f DI'ilITlill.lCS,LI?1Y'lg'llSll tional ICS: Gamma Phi Betag Na- Clug Cf0ll0R'late Players3 Drama NINA A. TAYLOR Portland, Qremm M L'lberalA1-53 Adilofl. Sociology mvitmsf Alnh Yi D lt- - 0 - Hon State College? 1, 2, '38 LL' re AL THOMAS Denver M-11 Liberal A7'l's Mtngg. Political Science Activm- lnconomics, History dent 365- h Beta Theta Pl, Presl- Omiarola gi Scarab, President, 43 A1-ts St We Kenna, 43 President Lambiruclent Association. 43 Delta Foothhii Sigma' 42 Club: 2, 3, 4 ' 1' 2, 3, 43 Baseball, 1, PE RCY I. VAN BRUNT Denver IJ'ibS'l'al A . M, I its Miftgfs- 1Y5t3himaE3S A . - seg, 1 K - y . PEARL Denver Ma: Lf"W"l AHS Mingfg, English Actlvitlesigducatlofl, Social Science Delta Pill MQMOFS, 3, 43 Kappa Poetry S6 iS0f0DGSg Classical C1ub3 ner, 3. 4 CGW: Y. W. C. A., Cabl- WALK ER WARREN A. TANNER Uo1nme1'ce Major: Business Administration Activities: Delta Sigma Pl: Inter- national Relations Club3 Debate, 3, 43 Track, 2, 3, 4 RICHARD THAMER Denver Commerce Major: Business Administration Minors: Economics, English Activities: Sigma Alpha Epsllon3 Juniols Advertising Club, Treas- urer, RAY EDWARD TISING Denver Liberal Arts Major: Economics Minor: Political Science Activities: Pl Kappa Alphag Kan- sas University, 23 University of Wyoming, 43 Interfraternity Coun- cil, 43 Phi Epsilon Phi, 4 MARY MARGARET WALBERT Columbus, Kansas Commerce Major: Business Administration Activities: Delta Delta. Delta: Baker University, 13 Phi Gamma Nu3 Kedros, 43 President, Com- merce Woman's Association, 33 Press Club: Trade Winds, 33 Com- merce Coed Clubg Forensic Club: Women's Athletic Association MARY ROWENA WARD Tuskegee, Alabama. Liberal Arts Majors: Dramatic Arts, Speech Minors: English, Psychology Activities: Alpha Kappa Alpha: Cosmopolitan Club3 Y. W. C. A., Cabinet. 2 JOHNNY GOODMAN ' Thomas' little pal, the otticial ladler ot the gravy ot this administration, whose Clarion has managed the almost impossible teat ot interesting the stu- dent body, satistying the Chancellor. and panick- ing the other editors ot the region. SENIORS 53l r.. its ll :ll N is ,te ll l il' lilo ll l .Lt l lgifwji all , i.f'J" ' 1 , , 5 'APW 3 ! i WILLIAM .IUSTUS WILKINSON Loveland, Colorado Liberal Arts Major: Speech Minors: English, Psychology Activities: Colorado Agricultural College, 1, 2, 3: L. I. D.: Cosmo- politan Club: Tau Kappa Alpha RALPH E. VVILSON Denver Commerce Major: Accounting Activities: Kappa Sigma: Univer- sity ot' Colorado, 1, 2: Class Vice- Presldent, 3: Delta Sigma Pl: Amerltcan Management Associa- tion, ISABEL WINDOLPH Denver Liberal Arts Major: Education Minors: History, English Activities: Theta Phi Alpha: Or- chestra, 3, 4: Women's Athletic Association CHARLES A. ZARINI Louisville, Colorado Commerce Major: Accounting Minor: Statistics Activities: Phi Kappa: Alpha Kappa Psi: Scarab, 3, 4: Omlcron Delta Kappa, 4: President, Com- merce Student Association, 4: In- tertraternlty Council, 2, 3: Com- merce Student Commlsslon, 3, 4: Manager of Demonstrations, 3, Cheerleader. 2. 3 THOMAS It. GARTH Denver Liberal Arts Major: Anthropology Minors: Education, History, Biol- OED' Activities: Lambda Chl Alpha: '1'reasurcr, Campus Student Associ- ation, 4: "D" Club: Pl Gamma Mu: Tennis, l. 2. 3, 4: Wrestling, 3 BILL LEWIS ' Bill's tamous "Sonny Boy" smile has succeeded in carrying him thru many a controversy with his many triends and colleagues. both in the Law Asso- SENIORS ciation and in other departments. 54 ROGER WILLIAMS Denver Engmeermg Major: Chemistry Minors: Physics, Mathematics Activities: Sigma Alpha Epsilon, President, 3: Scarab, 3, 4: Omicron Delta Kappa, 4: Class Treasurer, 3 : Vice-President, Engineering Stu- dent Associatlon: Interschool Coun- eil. 4: lnterfraternlty Council, 1, 2, 3, President, 4: Campus Student Commission, 3, 4: Phi Lambda Up- silon: Delta Chi: Leaders' Council, 4: Y. M. C. A., 4: Golf, 3, 4 BYRON WINBURN Denver Liberal Arts Major: Economics Minors: Biology, Education HERSCHEL VV. WOMBLE Denver Liberal Arts Major: Anthropology Minor: Philosophy Activities: Quill Club: Press Club SAM ZEPELIN Denver Commerce Major: Accounting Minor: Economics Activity: Beta Gamma Sigma, 4 DONNA MURCHISON Galva, Illinois Liberal Arts Major: Botany Minors: Education, Zoology Activities: Stephens College, l. 2: Phi Sigma AL BENCH Presidenl' ARTS Arfs CLASS OF I935 ' Looking backward on a year of responsibilily as slu- denls of 'l'he Universily and looking forward +o 'rhe privi- leges and opporlunilies for leadership +ha+ come wilh 'rhe 'following year, lhis year. as always, marked lhe alli- ludes of 'rhe junior class. ' Increased inleresl in sludy. lhe absorbing realily of compleling 'loundalion subiecrs and slarling a maior. lhe realizalion +ha+ professors are people inslead of auloma- lons-'rhese are lhe discoveries of lhe firsl year in senior college. ' ' The glamorous finale lhal was marked by 'rhe Junior Prom, lhe privilege of escorling The seniors on Class Day, rhe orher successful evenls ol 'rhe class as a whole, lo- gelher wilh lhe recognilion 'rhal' came 'ro many individual members on "lapping day" and lhruoul lhe year, no+ only marked a year of achievemenl' for lhe juniors, bu+ served 'ro preclicl a 'Fu+ure of equal accomplishment "mi l ig, ,i i COMMERCE FRANKIE ADAMS HELEN -TOHNSTONE Vice-p,-,gsidem Vice-President JUNE ARIN E1.NonA FREEMAN Secretary S0C"GlU"1l Roy RICKUS HARRY SHAPIRO Treasurer 7'rcasu1'er 55 lf lil? H lie 1 '1 A A' 54 M '51, Al 21 gm-r . -i is ' efjff 4 ,g rg? gif, 3112 MM: 1 l 3. 3 ' 1 1 :2 ki Q , 2 a Lf A w it ll" 71 1,4 'A 7 il -M l 5 l V l ll l jl l 5 w 1 l i, ,. ,. 1 7 l L l l N sf 'r w 1 4 fl P C4 592, ,Q 2,5 1 Q6 vi elf SQ ll miiva.. . , l ...av 4,5 A. G JuNloR s FRANKIE ADAMS Sigma. Kappa. JUNE AKIN Kappa Delta OCTAVIO C. ALMADA Beta Theta Pi DOROTHY ATKINSON Alpha Gamma Delta ALBERT BARMATZ Tau Epsilon Phi THOMAS BARTLETT 56 MARVIN ADAMS Lambda. Chi Alpha VVINTON ALLEN Sigma Phi Epsilon MARY ANGEL Kappa Delta MARY BAHL CHARLES BARRY Lambda Chi Alpha LOIS BAUGHMAN JUNIORS ALFRED BENCH MANDEL BERENBAUM Sigma Alpha Epsilon Phi Sigma. Delta. CHARLES BERENS BEN BERKOW Phi Sigma Delta EDVV.-XRD BERSHOF ELIZA BETH WHITE BISHOP Delta Gamma LEO BLOCK TOM BRADEN Sigma Alpha Epsilon FLORENCE BROWNLEE LENORE BRUNDIGE Theta Upsilon Sigma Kappa ROBERT BUCHANAN GILBERT BUCKNUM Lambda, Chi Alpha. Sigma Alpha Epsilon 57 A H' mg L' ul , l X ap l ,Q I QQ?"- Gi 4 , .,, l ,gl E521 'r'? Hi alll? Q32 Eli Ffjg 1:1 ,Q-il! -ti A-32 :Tl lg, all 71-1 el .al ffl ul' Ii A -:I , ' 3 l gl ilu ww sd' Stl? 4 Sl' 51, QM X525 ffl! 'iff il psi cl' 'fl W- 35 V-1: 1 JE H ll ,M ill i2l P 1 W JUNIORS CHARLES CASEY Pi Kappa Alpha LUCIA CONINE Gamma Phi Beta LOUISE COOKSTON Alpha Gamma Delta MORTIMER DANIEL Beta Theta Pi J ACQUELYN DAVIES Theta Upsilon MARGUERITE DEE Sigma Kappa 58 CATHERINE CLARK Pi Beta Phi MARVIN COOK Phi Sigma Delta ROBERT CORMACK Beta. Theta Pl SOL DAVIDSON Phi Sigma Delta DOROTHY DAWSON Gamma Phi Beta FRANK DETRICK Lambda Chi Alpha BURNELL DOWNS HAZEL DUER Alpha Xi Delta CALVIN EAST Pi Kappa Alpha DALE FERREL ROBERT FORNEY Lambda Chi Alpha NELLOUISE FRANZ Gamma Phi Beta JUNIORS MARY DREYER Gamma Phi Beta VVA.LTER DUROCHER Kappa Sigma, EARL E. FERGUSON Lambda Chl Alpha KENNETH FINK Lambda Chi Alpha MELVIN FORSYTH ELNORA FREEMAN 59 UT K x W... u' " V N 15-13, 11 E will a WH l vi Y t ,X X VO: 'fl ,lp Ll li I f El ll' il ... -1.9- l i M Ei32?E?'V L? LQ., ,sae w- H, l 4 1 l JUNIORS JACK FROST Sigma Alpha Epsilon DOROTHY FUNK Sigma Kappa MARY JO GEBHARD Delta Zeta BERNICE GIBBONS Theta Phi Alpha VERA GRACE Alpha X1Delta CLARENCE GRANT 60 FRANK FRY Lambda Chl Alpha MIRIAM FYNN Sigma Kappa JULIUS GELLER Tau Epsilon Phi LUCIA GORDON ROY GRAHAM DOROTHEA GREENE Pi Beta Phi MARY GUNDERSON Alpha Gamma Delta ALBERT HARDY JOSEPHINE HARVEY Sigma Kappa LENORE HAYS Gamma Phi Beta GERTRU DE HEID Kappa Delta MILDRED HERZOG Gamma Phi Beta JUNIORS SH IRLFIY HANSON Pi Beta. Phi ROBERT HARPER Lambda Chi Alpha CAROL HARVEY Kappa Delta WILLIAM M. HEARON Lambda, Chi Alpha IGVELYN HELD ' CHARLINE HIGHBERGER Pi Beta Phi 61 M1 w X, fl 1 l lui me A 1 5 ll , 'T 1 l 441 li IQ ,I we lv' H 9 51, 2, ll vf Hflygm, V' Y.: . Y , , - i1:,t:,3:gh T . ".f.-15.-il ' l'l2:3,N X mf.-: . 1 K 4 1' ' I U1 it at , ,A H, t , fe I U vi, 4' F t I Wifi I I fil I Q' L 1 ,,a,Qr7v' pi, LN , . 'ENV A f we ' sg. f ' 'W 4 14, 1 4 jg., . . 1 1 "EH, ,. N 11 L 'W 1 v- 5 ,1 "g T t g 1 L 3 1 L1 V r f , 5 I I E., tix ,gm ii? L' ig, V . tit. git ,M tit JUNIORS MAYBLE HILL GEORGE I-IILLYER JOHN HUNTING Beta Theta Pi DEAN JENKS HELEN JOHNSTONE ALFRED KLEYHAUER 62 RUAMIE HILL Gamma Phi Beta ROBERT HOPPER Beta. Theta Pi WILLIAM JACOBS JOYCE JOHNSTON Pi Beta Phi KATHERINE KAVALEC Alpha Gamma Delta LOUISE KLOPIE Kappa Delta EDITH ALICE LAKIN Alpha Gamma Delta RUTH LARSH CA ROLYN LAYTON SIDNEY LEIGHT Phi Sigma Delta ROBERT LEWVIS Lambda Chi Alpha STELLA LOEFFLER Theta Phi Alpha JUNIORS MORRIS LANG LAVIN IA LAYBOURN Delta Zeta. MARGARET LEE BETTY LEWIS Theta Upsllon FRANCES LINDA Kappa Delta GRORGE LOF 63 My .,.. 3 L an F, 4514 E? W.. . xx ,I x l 1 1 ,4 ,, Q15 P' 4 L .1 'WLA1-. sf we 55' I x Fla' 145Q4f:, P-ffl. V HW! ' 'J 1 wwf' J ,Tw ' 1 .. ,.., X5 if N 'tn YZ fl., x ' sl' M 2 wg wig., WWQ Y i f lpk x IE Z Tm fu -M LY, J in wi Wf' :ni A , 1 H i 70 , V. ' Q 1 .Wai 3 . -1 ' . Wx , . iii , uf ' " 'my M i , ,. :Quia ' 1 0323 - , wa! E-ill , 'i'F'ff.v17' ' ' mf, Qlgimji Wiiffgzllji ' 'Y WLM ' ,.m3'v,,, . i , zz. " . viii-HE if A " P, i ffifi rin-if 4 f 'f5"'f ' 'fi Wiisir , gg.. ij xp., iw M, Vi r m saeffza-m,'f.1veg! JUNIORS RUSSELL LOVELL Sigma Phi Epsilon KA RL MAGIDSON SAMUEL MARCUS CAROLYN MAURO Theta Phi Alpha ROBERT MCALLISTER LOUISE M ERRICK 64 GERTRUD LUEBKE PHILIP MANGAN Sigma Alpha Epsilon ERNEST MA RLOVVE VVI LLIAM MAYER WELDON MCFADDEN Lambda. Chi Alpha. CHARLES MEAD Beta Theta Pi KARL MONTROSE Lambda Chi Alpha GARLAND MUNROE JUNIORS FRANK JUDSON MOORE Lambda Chi Alpha DANIEL MYERS Kappa Delta. Kappa Sigma FR-ANC NERHOOD WINFIELD NIBLO Theta Upsilon MAXINE NORMAN RUTH NORTON Alpha. Gamma Delta Alpha Xl Delta' ART ORNSTEIN LEWIS OVERHOLT Phi Sigma Delta LOIS OWENS PAULINE PATTEN Alpha Xi Delta 65 ilA1L"Xv?l,. t , Q k el , nw l z . i x P QL' L-Y. gill ' v Ellie J xl Wx, - 255' ., fr Q5 Q if ,, film if ,lkifi W 4355 Wi - Im" ' ' ,sl ' G55 W -jglf, f fsiif ,l , X E, sw - , Q5 l if ' V Q95 at , k31 , . at ,Ant tlml-. , l.'.,....lQ. ' ' yd, .,,, l Ak 6 'e 5 EL l ,, A 25 5 A1 N L 'tr 4 if 21,2 F' gl fd is ae mg 4, fi iz f 2 'V J all TIF 1 fi - L f i w K . 3 III . 1' It .lf 1 I 1 W ll N gl,- gil' 73 . A ll! if "xlP,,!! 5 I' ' I 5 5 lt I A ll I A i i 3 l ll JUNIORS HARRIET PAYNE Alpha Gamma Delta CONSTANCE PERKINS Delta Delta Delta LEN POWERS Kappa Sigma HA RVEY RADETSKY Phi Sigma. Delta MARY GRACE REID Gamma Phl Beta DORIS REYNOLDS Alpha Gamma Delta 66 KATE PECK Gamma Phi Beta ARTHUR PETERSON Sigma Alpha Epsilon ROBERT QUANDT Kappa Sigma EMILY RADFORD Delta Zeta OLIVE REMINGTON Pi Beta. Phi ROY RICKUS Sigma Phl Epsilon ZOE RIGGS Sigma Kappa. GEORGE RUDOLPH Kappa Sigma. ARTHUR SAMELSON Phi Sigma Delta. THYRA SCHRODER Pi Beta Phi DOROTHY SCOBY Theta Upsilon VIRGINIA SHANNON Gamma Phi Beta JUNICRS, DONALD 'ROPER Lambda Chi Alpha. LILLIAN SAKS FRANCES MARY SCHORR Kappa Delta. CLARA SCHULTZ Theta Phi Alpha. ALFRED CHARLES Sigma Phi Epsilon HARRY SHAPIRO Phi Sigma Delta SERAFIN 67 i ....,,.............-.... 1 1 i............ ...,...... 1 i ll li 1 1 Er fl El a 11 W, jr ai T1 s r I w li I il u i I 1 l il JUNIORS J ACK SHAPIRO Phi Sigma. Delta EDITH SMERNOFF Delta Phi Epsilon MICHAEL SOLTESE PALMER STATES Pi Kappa Alpha SIRION ST. JOHN GEORGE SYER 68 DOROTHY SHWAYDER MELVILLE SMILEY Sigma. Phi Epsilon JAMES STAPLETON MARJORIE STEPHENSON Gamma Phi Beta. LUCILLE STRAUB Theta Upsilon WILLMETTE TOWNE Gamma Phi Beta MARIE UHL JEAN VANDEMOER Pi Beta Phi JAY VER LEE Kappa Sigma. LORAYNE VOORHEIS Delta Zeta DOROTHY E. WEHRLE Gamma Phi Beta. MARTHA ALICE WHITE Kappa Delta JUNIORS WARREN URICH DIAMANTINA VAZQUEZ PRESCOTT VERNON ROBERTA WATKIN S Alpha Gamma Delta GAYLE WELLER EVELYN WILLIAMS Kappa Delta 69 11 1 l 11 l 1 A V 1 ll 1 1 ll 1 11 1 1 1 1 5, , 1 1 1 1 1 1 P ,1 1 I, F l ' 1 1 1 1 1 X l 1 1 1 1 l Q1 11 il A1 1E 1 2 S ...Ip - I ' m.la JUNIORS WAYNE WILLIAMS Sigma Alpha Epsilon MARIE WORMINGTON Alpha Gamma Delta EVELYN YOUNG Alpha Gamma Delta EMIL ALFRED ZIETZ Sigma Alpha Epsilon GRADUATE STUDENTS DANIEL CAVARRA Lambda Chi Alpha. JULIA SMEAD Sigma Kappa l 70 l"Q ill 1 Y i 1 1 1 I l I, CHARLES HAINES ROY GELDER Pregidgnf Pl"6Sld9I'l'l' Arfs Commerce ARTS CLASS OF I936 ' The enormous sense of well-being which is fhe Jrradi- Jrional mark of fhe sophomore was again in evidence 'rhis year when 'rhe second-year s1'uclen'rs relurned +o 'rheir familiar haunfs. The man-aboul'-campus air 'lhal' marks 'rhe 'rruly 'Fun-loving sophomore as he enlers hilariously in+o Jrhe fun of 'rhe fall evenls conlinued lo remain in evidence 1'hruou'r lhe en'l'ire year. as +he sophs a'r'remp'red 'ro police 'rhe frosh. +o pu'r over 'rhe underclass Snowball. and +o make hisrory in many ways. ' lvluch of 'rhe credil for +he success of all +he classes' aclivilies can be a++ribu+ed 'ro 'rhe inleresr and abilily of lhe officers-Jrhose overworked individuals who man- age class fighfs, dances. and ofher evenfs, and look affer -lhe pres+ige and welfare +ha+ is necessary for a complere program by +he class 'rha'r has iusl' complered i+s period of appren+iceship. COMMERCE MARY SYLER TONE LAW Vice-P1'e3fideq1t Vice-President JANE HAMILTON Rosle MILLIKEN Secretary SC0T9ta7'1l JAMES HICKEY GLENN PARFET T,-easu,-er T1'easu1'e1' 7I ie., . or 1 ,f I X-3,-ry ,ll .I -4 Vl l il li 1 E! l il l SOPHOMORES 72 FRANK ABBOTT FORREST AINLAY CORRINE ANTHONY DOROTHY JEAN ARMOR GEORGE ARMSTRONG MARY BAI-IL MARY BAILEY DOROTHY BAIRD GENEVIEVE BAKER MARIE ELIZABETH BAKER BETTY BALLARD RUTH BARKLEY JESSICA BARNARD BROOKS BEATTY J. PAUL BERBERT DOROTHY BERNSTEIN ALICE BEVAN MANUAL BOODY LLOYD BOYD ALLEN BRECK EDWARD BROWN TOZIER BROWN MAXINE BUKA FRANK BURNS ESTHER BURNSTEIN FERD BUTLER DONALD CARL CHRISTAIN JAMES PACE CLARK ALICE CLASS BETTIE MARIE COOPER ROBERT W. COYLE ROBERT EARL CUSHMAN RICHARD DAMERON KENDALL PHILLIPPS DANE VVILBUR DENIOUS, JR. LENA DI LISIO HENRY DOMBY DEANE ROY EBEY WILLIAM CRAWFORD ELLER .TACK ELY ANNA ELZI RICHARD N. EMERSON MILTON ERICKSON ' CECELTA. MARIE EVANS THELMA LINDA EVENSON DOROTHY FELLOWS EARLE FERGUSON KENNETH HOWARD FINK SOPHOMORES 73 SOPHOMORES 74 ALICE IRENE FOLEY MARY ElJflZABE'I'H FOSTER ROWLAND GASS ROYAL GELDER CLARENCE GEYER KATHERINE GIBSON HELEN CURTIS GITTINGS ELOIS GIQASER WILLIAM GLEASON SYLVAN GLICK RICHARD GOFF' AARON GOLDFARB M. MAURICE GOLDMAN SOPHIA GORDON WILLIAM GORDON IZIUGII SUMMERS GRAHAM SHIRLEY GRANGER ADELINE GRAVQES MURTEL GREENE G. DESIVIOND HACKETHAL CHARLES HAINES JANE HAMILTON HOWARD HAMPTON MARJORIE HARDY SOPHOMORES HELEN HARRIES I-IERBERT HART MARY KAY I-IARTLEY ERNESTINE HEINSOHN RICHARD HENN THOMAS HENRY JOE HERRICK DOROTHY HEUSINKVELD JAMES HICKEY DOROTHY HEISTER JEAN HOFFMAN ORVILLE HOFFMAN BETTY HOOVIGH WALT HOPKINS GRACE 1:lOY'l' EILEEN H YLAND GRACE INGRAM DORIS JACOBS JOSEPHINE BERNICE JENNINGS HELEN JONES KATHLEEN JONES BETH JUSTIS FRANCIS KELEHER MARY LOUISE KELLY 75 SOPHOMORES 76 INEZ MARIE KIME JOSEPHINE KRAPE WILLIAM LEWIS KRIEG- RICHARD CARLYLE LAMKIN BARBARA LARGE VIVIAN LOIS LARMEE IONE LAW LOUISE LEBERT MARY DEAN LEONARD MASON LIGHT CHARLES LIGI-ITFOOT HENRY LOOK BILL LOSS BARBARA MACK DOROTHY MAHOOD BETTY MALONEY WILLIAM MARTIN ROBERT MCCOMAS GERTRUDE MCCOOL GLADYS MCINTOSH .IOSEPI-UNE MCKITTRICK MARTHA MCNARY ELMER METCALFE DOROTHY METZ AMY MEYER HAROLD MILLER ROSE MILLIKEN RALPH MINTENER GORDON MITCHELL MARY MORGAN BARBARA MULVIHILL CHARLOTTE MUSSELMAN LOUISE NAYLOR THOMAS C. NEIDIGER IRMA NEWELL ROSWELL NEWMANN BERTHA NORMAN EDWIN NUTTING VIRGINIA NYSWANDER BETTY OAKES FORREST O'DELL ROSIE O'KANE ALBERT ORLINSKY HARRIET ORTH GLENN PARFET HELEN PATTON LEAI-I PAUL LOIS PERRYMAN SOPHOMORES 77 SOPHOMORES 78 SIDNEY PESKIN BERNARD PFRETZSCHNER MOREY PIGG IVIARGARET PRICE BEN QUINN RUTH RALPH WILLIAM REDDING ROBERT RIDER ALBERT ROSENTHAL GLENNA ROYAL EUGENE SCI-IAETZEL RUTH SCI-IENKEIR GEORGE SCI-IWALM MARGIE SETVIN MARTHA SHEA COPHINE SMEAD ROBERT SQUIRES LOUISE STEGNER DOROTHY STREAR DENNIS STUMP EDNA SUGIHARA ESTHER SWENSON MARGARET SWERDFEGER MARY SYLER JOHN TEETS ROBERT THIBODEAU HUGH THOMAS WILL THOMAS MARGARET TIETZ MARJORIE TRUBY ANNE TURNER BENEDETTE VAGNINO G-URNEY VARNER JACK VER LEE VIRGINIA WALKER ELSIE WALL MARGARET WALLING DAVID WEAVER JOSEPH WEISS FLORA WESCOTT ROSS WESCOTT GWENDOLYN WHITE GAIL WILSON ELEANOR WOOD JOHN WRIGHT DAVID W'YATT ELIZFBETH YOUNG SOPHOMORES as-. .nv 79 LESLIE GREENE ZERELDA HODGES MAXINE HOUGHTON ALFRED LEE LULA LUBCHENCO NATALIE LUTE BETTY MERRITT ELEANOR PRUCHA ADA SWARTSIQEY RUTH TELLER JEAN TROTT CARLENE VERGNEN ARTS L OLIVER WALLACE HAROLD E- GRAY Presiclenf Pfesldenl' Apfs Commerce CLASS OF I937 ' All 'rhe excifemenf fhaf comes 'ro +he new sfudenf when he sfarfs his college career marked fhe advenf of fhis year's crop of freshmen fo fhe Universify scene. A marked increase in numbers. bofh in The fall and during second quarfer. gave fhe upperclassmen a hinf of fhe sfricfly firsf-year fhrill, and added fo fhe gay sfarf which 'rhe youngsfers made in collegiafe circles. ' From fhe very firsf, when fhe dinlcies were firsf dis- fribufed. when The fugs-of-war. fhe sack rushes, fhe egg fighfs, fhe firsf games, wifh fhe charged afmosphere fhaf accompanies 'rhe foofball season, fhru fhe firsf finals. when sfudying becomes imperafive, and fhe freshman is well sfarfed in fhe role of becoming his Alma lv1afer's Pride and Joy, 'rhis year's class ofnewcomers has dis- finguished ifself. COMMERCE SALLY Lou SPEEGLE MAIZJOIIIE A. SCOTT Vice-President Vice-President KAY SAUNDERSON JANE ADAMS S60"'6ffWCll Secretary JOSEPH JOHNSON Ronmvr J. OWENS TWU-WTGT fI'1'easm'e1' 8 I FRESHMEN 82 ELSA ADAMS HENRIETTA ADAMS DIARY JANE ADAMS VIRGINIA AICHER GORDON AIRD LINNEA ALENIUS MORTON ALLENS'l'I'I1N CLIFFORD ANDERSON KATHRYN ANDREWS ROBERT APP GAIL APPLEGATE DONALD AUSTIN JAMES BABCOCK FRED BACH PRISCILLA BAINE EARL BAKER CLAUDE BALDWIN WILLIAXM BALL NIARJORIE BALLARD STANLEY BANKS FRANCES BARKLEY ROBERT BARTLETT MARY ESTHER BARTON CATHERINE BAXTER ERMA BEIDECK CHARLES BENNETT SHERMAN BENNETT ALICE BERTAGNOLLI GERALD BOBBITT WILLIAM BONNICKSEN .TERRY BORN INA BORTHWICIC JOHN BOYD .T EAN BOWMAN VERLIE BROOKS FREDERICH BROSI-I MARVIN 'BROVVN ROBERT BROWN ED BROWNYARD GAYLORD BUCK RUBY BUNNELL FLORENCE CABINESS CHARLES CALLOVVAY MAIDA CAMPBELL WALLACE CAMPBELL MIUUON CARLYON BETTY CARPENTER MARIE CERVI FRESHMEN 83 FRESHMEN 84 HAZEL CHALFANT LUCILLE CHAMBERLATN CHARLES CHAMPION JOHN CHARLES MILDRED CHILCOTE LEROY CHRTSTINCK GLEN CLARK KNOWLES CLIFTON IIARLAND CLOSE CT-IARLES COATES JACK COLEMAN ANN COLLINS CLARENCE CONANT JANE CONKLIN MARJORTE CORNFORTH ALBERT CORSKE CAROL COX GAYLE COZENS CATHERINE CRAMM HELICN ROSE CRANOR EVICLYN DANAHEY RAY DANKS GEORGE DANNENBAUM MARY CAROL DAVIS WALTER DAVIS VIRGINIA DAVISSON BURTON DETRICK DOROTHY DIXON BEATRICE DOBBINS JAY DOUGLAS ROSEMARY DOUGLAS PAUL DRAGIEFF MARGUERITE DUKE THOMAS DUNN WILLIAM EARLEY NATALIE EISENDRATH VIRGINIA LEE ELKINS RUTI-I ENYEART WILLIAM EVANS EDWARD FACKERELL PEGGY FALLON DOROTHY FELDMAN MASON FILMER IRVING FISI-IMAN DOROTHY FITCI-IETT LIOSEPHINE FITZSIMMONS -IEANNETTE FOSTER BILL FOX FRESHMEN 85 FRESHMEN 86 FRANCES FRAKES LIBBY FRIEDBERG DALE FULLER ALICE JANE GARDNER MARGARET GARRISON HAROLD GRAY FRANCIS GARTH FRANCELIA GILBERT DORIS GILES LOIS GILL EVELYN GILMAN LOUISE GOALSTONE BARBARA GOETZ RUTH GOLDSTEIN ARNOLD GOROCHOW JIM GREEAR STANFORD GREEN FAYE GREENBERG GENEVIEVE GREGORY JACK GRIFFIN PAUL GRIMES ESTHER HAEFELI KENNETH HAELSIG BETTY JANE HALL FRESHMEN DOROTHY HALL JAMES L. HALL CATHERINE HAMILTON LEE HAMPSON WILLIAM FREDERICK HANSON MARY JANE HARDIE LETA LEONA I-IARTZ C. GLENN HASS CHARLOTTE HAYS EDWIN HAYS ALBERT HAYUTIN DAVID HESS CHARLES HEZMALHALCH FRANCES HICKS JANE I-IERRINGTON HELEN I-ITCKS RUTH I-IILLICKER MARGARET HOGAN BETTY HOLMES CLARA JANE HOLMES I-IARLAN HOWE CORNELIA HOVVE JIM HUTCHINSON ELMER JOHNSON 87 FRESHMEN 88 HELEN JOHNSON JOSEPH JOHNSON BARTON JONES CHRYSTAL JONES ROGER JONES SHIRLEY JONES GWENDOLYN KA LLGREN RUTH KEARNS ANGELA KERSHISNIK DORIS KELLY BETTY KENT GERTRUDE KENT EVELYN KEPLER ROBERT KIBBY LOTTIE KING LEILAND KINTZELE MARY KISLER VIRGINIA KNUDSON VIRGINIA KOCH MYER KOSCOVE LILLIAN KRAFT WAYNE KRAXBERGER BETTY KULLMAN MARTHA KUXHAUSEN VERNA LACKNER MARGARET LANGRIDGE JEAN LARDNER EDWIN LARSON JOSEPHINE LEACI-I ELNORA LEE HARVEY LEONARD MARSHALL SHEPARD LEWIS KATHRYN LLOYD HELEN LUCAS VIRGINIA LUDWIG ROBERT ATJFRED LUKE MARIE LUNNEY WILLARD LUTES CLARA BELLE LYON BETTY LEE LYONS DOROTHY MACDONALD ROBERT MACMILLAN KEENE MANN GERTRUDE MANN ING JEWEL MAURINE MARET CATHERINE MARIACHER RUTH MARX LORRAINE MASON FRESHMEN 89 FRESHMEN 90 ROBERT MATI-IENY KATHRYN MATHIAS MARGARET EVELYN MCCUTCHEN FRED MCINTOSI-I HERBERT MCLAUTHLIN JEAN MCMAI-ION ELIZABETH MCNAIR ROSEMARY MCNUTT JOE MICHAELSEN ELLIS MILLER FRANCES ELIZABETH MILLER HELEN LEE MILLER JEAN LUNETTE MILLER LEE MILTON FLOYD MIZER MARTHA LEE MOORE MAXINE LUVERNE MOORE FRANCES MORGAN MARGARET MORSE BARBARA MYERS CLARENCE MYHRE WILLIAM NAGGE FLORENCE NOAR DOROTHY NORRIS ELAINE NYGREN EDWARD OHLMANN HOWARD OLSON KATHERINE O'NEILL HARPER ORAHOOD JAMES ARCHER ORBISON ROBERT JAMES OWEN E. JANE PATTERSON EVELINE EDITH PEARSON MARVVIN MYRON PEPPER ROLAND JACK PERLMUTTER MARJORIE LELIA PERSON ETHEL PETERSON ALBERT PIRNAT ALLAN POERTNER EVELYN A. PORTENIER ELEANOR EVANGELINE PORTER GERTRUDE EVELYN POWELL JANE ELIZABETH POWELL STANLEY POWERS VVILBUR EMMETT POYVERS HELEN PROVINCE ROBERT BARTON QUICK MARGARET RAAB FRESHMEN 91 FRESHMEN 92 EDWARD REDDING EDITH BERNICE REID CHARLES REITER RUTH REYNOLDS EDWYNA ALICE RICHARDS DOROTHY IRENE ROACH DOROTHY ROBERTS DOROTHY ROBINSON ELIZABETH A. ROCKWELL WILLIAM KNOX RODGERS HARRY ROELOFS VIRGINIA IRENE ROLSTON JACK ROSS HERRICK SMITH ROTH JACK SALLEN MARY SANTARELLI ELIZABETH SARGENT KATHRYN SAUNDERSON BARBARA SCHAETZEL CLARA SCHILLER INIARJORIE SCOTT MARY ALICE SECREST CAROLINE SEGAL BURNETT SEVERSON FRESHMEN ROSE SI-IAPIRO GERALDINE SHAW EDWIN SHELBY GLADYS SHELLABARGER FAY S1-IWAYDER HELEN SICKMAN GRACE SMART RALPH SMART LLOYD SMITTI SALLY SPEEGLE NEVVMAN HAZEL SPENCER JOHN SPENCER CLEO SPURLOCK IRMA STACK1-IOUSE MARGUERITE STANDIFORD HARRIET STAPLETON JOHN STAPLETON MYRNA ST. JOHN CORINNE STOCKTON JUNE STOLL MARGARET STRONG THEODORE SWANSON WILLIAM TAIT MARION TARLETON T T 9 3 FRESHMEN 94 MARIAN TAYLOR BOB 'FEEPLE GLADYS TEILBORG CATHERINE THOMAS PAUL THOMPSON VIRGINIA THOMPSON JEROME TOBER YONE TOMI'I7A CAREL TURNER EARL TURNER LILIIIAN SUMIKO UEMURA. LUCIIILE UHRICK VINCE FRANK VALLERO EBBERT VAN SAUN F. GLEN VAN SAUN IZEINALDA VELASQUEZ CHARLES ANTI-IONY 'VOLLICK JAMES VOSE JOSICP1-UNE 'WALKER MAUDE WALKER OLIVER WALLACE MAE WVANDEL ZECIL WANDEL AMY WARREN VIRGINIA WATKINS ROGER WATTS PHYLLIS WEAR ROBERT WELL J. A. WELLS MARIE WENSKE LILLIE WE'l"I'ENGEL GENEVI EVE WEYRA UCH LILIAN VVICKSTROM THOMAS WILLIAMS BETTY WILSON THOMAS MARION WILSON HERBERT WINCHESTER RICHARD WISE SCOTT WISE TOM WZOOD MARY WVOODMAN CECIL WRIGHT DOROTHY YOUNG ROBERT ZULCH SPECIAL STUDENTS EMMA BADER LENA PETERSON OLIVE RODGERS FRANCES WEBB FRESHMEN 95 Ilf I Il X I III II In XJ' XV, I I 'ml 1 .,.-. 'IQ I ,I I fs M 1,. X I Im ' 4 II lm I II: I I I I I I I 1 I I 3, I Il I Ii 1 Ii I 1 I i I I I I I' I I I I 1 I V I I Ii I II I I I I I I I I II I II I II W I 'I M 2 III my 96 GUNNISON FREMONT LONG PIKE X 'xx x Nl ' I I' K 1 ', ' in gn QXA X . i r 1 4' I ' y 1 , . L - ' Y - 1 , qizglijg-. . ,J 5 53 177 f Z9 X V 4-AVQA 1-"2" ' ,1 fu! 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' V oufslranding in +l1eir field of endeavor and who, +l1ru fheir ,I E ,AQ l'l'- L 4 abili+y, have brouglfr recogni+ion 'ro fhe Universify. , J l :J l 1 1 AL THOMAS WALT CLARK ,ff FRED CARLSON BONNIE LEVINE 98 HALL OF FAME L ELECTION of These men was made af+er much delib- A erafion by +l'1e members of 'rhe Denver coaching yriq sfaff. if f ' 1 I TOM HARPER DAN CAVARRA v w ED BARTON 'L15TLaQl"" -"I M-.,s,'Wfv M M,,s -AfMa,,.,. , , LEN POWERS 99 DAN STAVELY sm W W wal . "ff V A A" M , M ? 'Mw J ,Q 5 4 G bv ow VARSITY ' W ,Q , I I ,MN I mm 1 X, I. W 0' Q 'Af1 w A A. V 'Q PERCY LOCEY ' M ' A Head Coach J G a f "CAC" HUBBARD A 1 Q4 Assis+an+ Coach . . . THRILL ........ SUSPENSE ........ COMBAT . IOO R. M. C. FOOTBALL STANDINGS Won Losl Tie UUIVGrSIIy of Denver .,,,, ,.,, ,...... 5 I I I ' 5 I 0 Umversuly of Utah ,.,,,, ,,,,,A,,,..,., Colorado Agricullural Collego.. 5 I I Universify of Coloradoh. ., , ,,. 5 2 0 Brigham Young Universily ,,.. ,. 5 3 0 he Ulah Agricullural College, ,,,,,.. 4 3 O Colorado Teachers College ,,,., .. 3 3 0 Colorado College . . . .,,., 2 4 I WALT CLARK Monlana Sfale College .... ...... I 3 0 . I I C h Colorado School of Mines, . I 5 O ASSIS an OGC Univorsily of Wyoming ,.,. . ..... I 6 I AQ' Weslorn Shale College ,. .. ,. O 5 O ' 'JT' 'X , . . . . . ALL THE GLAMOR . . . . . . . OFAFOOTBALL GAME lou A' f ,fx,1 nib new BEN QUINN, cenier, +rans- ferred from Texas lasf year, buf proved his poieniial abil- Hy af quarierback in spile of The difficuliies involved in masiering a new sysiem. FRED CARLSON, below, be- cause he persislenily pene- Trafed fhe opposing line and because he confinually siopped 'lhe offense. became known as fhe sieadiesi cenler ever 'lo play af Denver. BOB COYLE, leff, who is only a sophomore. claims lo be one of The 'iwo youngesl' leffermen in lhe group. Wilh praclically no experience, Bob 'lioughf his way inio a varsily po- siiion. DICK EPTING, right lhe liiile boy of lhe squad. who shows promise of be- coming a greaf lineman as soon as he corrals his per- sonal inferesis. ,-se, "WWE , A U I , ' ill. CHUCK McGUlRE, cenier be- low, due +o his 'fine pass re- ceiving and kicking abilify, developed info a greaf of- fensive end. He is also The besl crooner in 'lhe ouiiii. LEN POWERS, below, wiih an improvemenf in his passing, combined wiih his greai speed, oughi io place on +he all-con- ference ieam nexi year. ,gp 1. sf? W ai f X , . ' f ' f 214' s 1 Y- X agspiiwril p ' ' 22 ,., , C+- L l ' A rw-eg.. V My A K 1 i Q, I 0.4 L i A QIHV' e. . A RED ROBERTS, cenler, was Denver's unmovable lackle. His consislem' playing for 'lhree years will be sorely missed afler he seflles down in Boul- der. AL THOMAS, below, was +he flashiesl' and mosl dependable safely man in Denver's foo?- ball hislory. unlil a back in- lury brough+ his collegiale career 'lo a "hard-luck" finish. 'W ,. . ., DICK LAMKIN, lefl, has been raled 'rhe besl nafural ball-carrier 'ro appear On 0 Denver field. Wilh a lillle improvemenl' in ClelSI1SlVB laclics. Lamkin undoubledly will prove a menace lo all comers. JACK wALToN. ragm. "The ripper." due +o iniur- ies, didn'+ show a+ 'First bu+ came along las? lowards +he end-and in 'lime prob- ably will learn aboul sleep- er plays. . , -is A .,, ,M , i 'fdiixiif-1 X ' W . mf' AWWVB gk , i ,'Q,g.2., ' ' N0 i ' 'l n ,fy m1'fve1- -. X if xx ' w--fy xffiim' . A' Nw-f rr.,-M.-4 , -- JOE FENA, cenler, below, lived up +o his repulafion by his sensafional k i c k i n g againsl Ulah and Colorado. MILTON BOSLOUGH, below. allho handicapped by lack of weight had a lighling heari, and became lhe mos? depend- able ground gainer on lhe field. His spinner specially was 'rhe backbone of Denver's offense. OC EPTING, cenler, lho only a sophomore. proved fo be a greaf foofball man. especially in keeping 'rhe home fires aglow. DICK JORGENSEN, below. played l'wo years before he found himself-or a girl-friend -buf developed info a flash in his las+ year. l-lis consisfenr alerlness saved many a break for rhe Pioneers. DAN CAVARRA, lefl, did more for +he cenler of 'lhe line. wifh less publicify. fhan anyone else. His 'lhird season compleled a record af guard seldom equalled. ED BARTON, right His selec+ion on rhe all-confer- ence eleven. his All-Ameri- can rafing, and his play in +he Eas+-Wesr game speak well for 'lhe Barron brand of foolball. ORME HERING, cenler below, was one of The squad's mosl colorful members, and in fhe second half of 'rhe Boulder game more 'rhan lived up +o expeclalions. ED JACKSON, below. l-lis posilion as blocking back made him indispensable ro lhe 'ream -fhis was shown when +he members selecfed him as lhe mosl valuable man for l933. NORM BRADLEY, cen+er, was consislenfly an able end. and his eagerness ro play hard will be missed as much as his curly hair. JOHN HARRISON, below, is a boy who made good in The big ci+y in a big way-becom- ing one of fhe Pioneers' mosl' regular fackles. CHRIS ANGIUS, leff, may be in line 'lor more foo+- ball glory lhan he cares fo realize. LEROY MOTT, righf, affer being shunled around The lineup for +wo years, came back lo collecr a well- earned leHer af lasl. -33' . . vs--gp., , . I", MM.. xl T 'ik l .v 'A -2 , L. , Q, . A r, !' .rigs A 1 3 ', l K 545155 A. A 3' fl 4 Z, , ' . f ww. in L' . Y i M A ,., .51 , -N3 t V , IW:--"i,:,1?1G.1 , 1 " A Virgil- ' ' 'is '7 M is Y --sf ' ..q if . ' -.N A . gym: 1. W w b iff -we-Klwrm. Q H ' , i? y, .yy K Jak H I.. 353.4 ,EL ,W L W g. P l ' H' li , 1 will 'lif f .1 lf-a f fix! " ,N-il-'51, -wiki ' Us fy: 'iz' 'J',l4.,' H! V . -i, :ins , -' ,ik-,EM 54.33 .I fil' 1 .' 4.4 Y lk 'Q QQQL 1 fJ.' ,'f'2 :ring " QL' . .l. ,sglpsisilg 1 5 MQk'ifi-i,..e...'i!fwlm'+' w1.,..y.f,,.w' ' iw L M .Ji W ' ' , I M, ' i Mgrxlbi gf zivphw , 1' i ' M ii TX, J in K K' -ik I-,W g sf- Q . fa., .3 V-rg?. 'e5pfy,e-Q.. a,,g4M. y....N -L H Q Q Jaw s' 'x55'fl,1f2hF1iflf4wii'f'1 if.,f,jg.e,3' . 'lil Y"'f,,'t,e A A' " H wy, ' ' - Wlfsrivlifa fMS2i2"'.: -- gb' Y fa. 5 ,, . Q .. -- , ,H -my Y f , . 'sl my . , , M my-'ryg,,,-.i,i. , , nil. ., . L if: Y it-Y -'-' , .- may Y li ff-7" i':2Fl'99'f"'f:4gni r Wi ufiif ' L. ' ,, f ww BILL YOUNG, cenfer below. showed up as a good example of The fighfing Pioneer when his iniuries would lef him. HENRY TAVENER, below, los+ his chance for anofher all-con- ference ra+ing when an iniury confined him To fhe bench early in fhe season. SIIOVVING T1-IE D. LINE VICIOUSLY S'l'01'l'ING 0 N III 0 F T H E MINES, PLUNGES. 'WE WONDER WHAT THIS TOWAN WILL FEEL LIKE WHEN THESE TWO TACK- I.Ens GET THRU WITH HIM. A LTI-IO TI-IE IIIIIFIGIIEE HAS HIS IIANDS iw THE BALI, LACKED 6 INCHES Enom BEING ovEn-AND THE GAME ENDED 0 TO 0-IN TI-IE AGGIE FIIAY. Ragged ' In 'rhe firsi' game of 1'he season, under 'rhe brighi s'ra- dium lighfs, fhe D. U. 'ream 'rurned loaclc lhe fighling Miners, I9-7. The firsi half was characlerized by ragged playing, and i+ was well info Jrhe l'hird period before Denver could score. I+ was 'rhis same ragged play which resulled in a loss 'ro A HANlJCl.ASP'1'O lOW6 S'ra+e ll8-I3l, c':lll'l'1O fhe PlOf'1Cel'S S'l'All'1' Tl UC HEA- SON. oulplayed 'rhem lhruoui 'rhe game. IO6 POWERS, 13, INTEIICEPTS A PASS IN- TENDED FOR THE UTAH STATE END AND IT LOOKS AS 'rHo HE HAS A CLEAR FIELD AHEAD on' HIM. FENA, 38, KICKS our or DANGER ON THE DENVER - GOAL LINE. BOSLOUGH SCORES A 'I-oUcHDowN AGAINST THE TIGERS AFTER A 12- YARD RUN. Deadlock ' Regardless of whaf some mighl' say +he lrouble was. i+ was qui+e obvious +ha+ 'rhe Denver +eam lacked +he scor- ing punch necessary +o pu+ The ball over agains+ C.A.C. The Loceymen made I3 firsl' downs, while +he Aggie aggregafion only gafhered 2, bur slill l'he game ended in a scoreless deadlock. Boslough macle a 93-yard run which was +he ou+s+anding fealure of +he game, placing +he ball on lhe +wo- POWERS, 13, ON , AN END RUN yard line. Afier four plays, however. AGAINST UTAH AGGIES. 'rhe ball had been advanced only +o 'rhe six-inch line. 107 ,W ,.. ..- V L l r r V ll l N. l l l .12 r sl ll! l l llql lil xw! .N fill ' i vigil l . , l X Q JV, ., i , ii l l l 1 l l P 1 F H i I H 1 l i li il l l ll l ' l l ll il l 'i i l 'l 4 V E 1 if l HE LEAPED INTO THE AIR-GRABBED A BALL OUT OF NOWHERE-TURNED -DASHED AS HE NEVER DID BEFORE. JORGENSEN, 6, MAKES THE TOUCH- DOWN VVHICH SPELLED DEFEAT FOR THE FIVE-YEAR CHAMPION UTES. HEnm's THE KICKOFF IN THE DENVER-HAWAII IGAME BEFORE THE LARGE Amvu- s'r1cE DAY cnown. JAc1csoN, 27, HAS Los'r HIS 1NTER- mnENcE BUT snows THE GREAT UTAH TEAM THAT HE IS PLENTY HARD 'ro s'roP. Vicfory o ' By displaying a defermined second-half offense, +he fighling Pioneers 'rurned back 'rhe Uiah Aggie eleven. I2-O. The Uiah +eam opened wirh an aerial game, which kepf Them near 'rhe Denver goal line confinually, bul The Pioneer forward wall kepf The Farmers from going over. Wal+on, Lamkin and Powers looked good for 'rhe vic+ors. ' omg POINT Losu- ' Afier one week of resl, 'lhe D. U. P ' ' f ' THE HAWAII' eleven me+ fhe Colorado College Tigers " "-- A" "lei" 454- 'P and sen+ 'rhem back 'ro 'Phe Springs wi+h l "'iq " -i'7 ff? Y' '08 a 3I-O beaiing. w i E , r il ll I c l .- , i 3 X 951- av"-'l!'R-'X' DENVER BA'r'rI.E. E F' l s, H- 4 I, 1 i , 1 ,. .,,.Y ., , A I v ' 1 " M . if l i ji 2 4 , i l ' 1 . I Q E 04,"'q-J 5, 1 I l " , l ii' fem f .I I I 'I 'fi ' ' 1' ' 2" z1e..I:"". "",1 ,N . MCGIIIRE HAD TO Incl: oUT ov ,di llEs"i,B?4j1:-vgiliifffgv.QI'-H'-3-1'-5' 653'-'Q-ur: l -1. it y ll , " 'I A '-.. ' ' P- DANGEII T0 KEEP THIS MIGHTY UTAH gl'Q.,j,f,l!fKvf5-ng,--silly I ,lf Q . ' ' 'A I "- ' '.:- - "' TEAM EnoM scouING. 'Yl1"b'QYi'v' JAN. -'-sw? ,Q - ., , Y . , J , , A " . 'TV '-r' li-" ' A' ' ' a , 1 L ily' . I . ' L 15,0 A ,' N J--L4fQffV'.,' r ,U ' Tf'7-lsr--1.58. -fA.f,fgv-M 4 adv, ,V M A .sr 1' . x if mm .- -. ' ,sQ:'fiL'gq-m,g'," ', A L Www r- ,, ' i f ' i,f.fgf?M,Iifffwrer.-Z-I.,i'I-gf.glisg,-rgA 15 f-A ---A ,, A A. , ,if. 1, , I. W T7 'f .I..I..s, A :ws THIS TIME IT IS COUNTER WI-Io ELUDES THE TACK- LERS AND MAKES A NICE GAIN AIIQUND END Fon BDIILDEII. FH-v sl? CoI.oRADo BECAME VVORRIED WHEN D. U. MADE A TOUCHDOWN WITH six MINUTES LEFT TO PLAY. Upse1's ' Taking advaniage of i+s lone scoring opporlunify, Denver remained a coniender for 'flue championship by eliminafing B. Y. U., 6-O. The game was played under miserable condi+ions. on a snow-covered gridiron, and good play was impossible by eiilwer 'ream. An agile Universily of Hawaii eleven ran and passed i+s way +o a 7-6 s+unning viciory over +l'ne Pioneers. Denver was a pre-game favori+e, bu+ h ON THE BENCH THEY STUDY 'r e locals lefi 'flue sradium much sadder and W'5el'- EVERY PLAY. lO9 V. -' "EF, . Q , 14 Af- A- l Kiljpy ll yi MN . Q I- rf w x X l'i.il"p" s X If ,fd 5.1! ' A -4 . N- I K 1 Jr' nt' l 'Q , as lxi,g:y - f,5?,-ya., Di. . . I5,RQL,Y.,b,AiC,SG,., ws ,-y, 4, . . fs If wg,-'- -QI' -4 IKEA, lil N-.uw If ,-. , .I ,- A mg'-s.T24'gi-Lfiipl-X - fce?f-39? 2344! if V, -f .. .,v,-Yiqrnkqghg ,fwyn A fi I'fiI.L+0 'MVT 'mini I +1 'inf l , +-.4'5S,.,g3'E ,K sa ,hm x N'-6 .I i 1 , x I ln gi 'Q V3 his Rmr'E1zEE HAS TO me TI-IE BALL our or THE SNOW TO SEE WHETHER DEN- vEn MADE A 1f1nST DOWN on NOT AGAINST B. Y. U. 4 I 0. -A Q aw A , . Ji , AS.-iwmswrfswmwavf ' 't:l?q.Lf,'Y.V1, 1iii,,,fg. , , '-. ..1'?rJ,2-5' -gk .5 L. ' Q. 'wr ALP. Lg if rf ' 'fflfl .N-, 1, 1- ' ' A ' ': 3. , jf gin.. ,mi A Q ,t 'L , A :af f W in ' qi. 1-A .-',.g -' - 5 . -. . -. 1 - Ji! fgll' ' . . . X, f, .f .L 5 . ,dv ' ' . 0 , ,fl I gf' N. 'hx' -1 .I I 1 1- Q 0 ,.A' , . . x .,, w - ' -4 " ' , 'pl :Sr fi. gag, .1 . - 9 ap . . .f si . - A 4 4, . ,.. 4 ' . ' , . r . -04-.., "'--4 A + ' I .I ' ' 'Hcp-., -Jr 1+ THAT MINES GAME WAS NO PIPE. JACKSON, 27, WILL HAVE TO so soME T0 EvADE THOSE MINER TACK- LEES. Q .- THIS is THE PASS JACKSON, 27, CAUGHT THAT MADE THE TIGERS wisu THEY HAD LIGARNED A LITTLE INTERCE1-T1oN. ThHHeH By accomplishing whaf everyone fhoughf could nof be done, fhe fighfing Pioneers furned back a Ufah Univer- sify eleven fhaf had been undefeafed in Conference compefifion for five consecufive years. A pass, Walf'on 'ro Jorgensen, fouched off 'rhe fireworks for fhe downfall of fhe mighfy Ufes. before a homecoming crowd of I7,6OO fans. The score ended I3-O. D. U.. C. U., AND THE ummamms ' Wal+on's pass for 33 yards and Jor- TALIC THINGS , ovmu. gensen s gallop of 25 yards for a fouch- down gave Denver ifs firsf win over The 150 Redskins in 25 years. - .-..n..n .- WILL COUNTER GET AROUND THE END? No, NoT WITH MCGUIRE IN THE WAY. ' .- ia .. EVERYONE PILES UP AFTER ONE OF THOSE "FoR-No- GAIN" LINE PLUNQES. THE UTAH BEEF TRUST LINE BROKE THRU AND STOPPED THIS PLAY IN A DECISIVE MANNER. Heari--Breaker! ' Somelhing which characferized 'rhe Pioneer viclory over U+ah was lacking when 'rhe "Up-S+a+ers" invaded +he Denver Sladium on Turkey Day-+ha+ somefhing was 'rhe general excellence of 'rhe +eam's morale. ' Coach Bill Saunders and his Colorado eleven displayed a fancy assor'rmen+ of plays, loul' il look one which blos- somed for+h years ago 'ro s+ar+ Denver's downfall-a perfecfly execuled "sleeper play." C. U. scored again and Denver crossed +he goal only in lhe lasl minules of PlaY- INSTRUCTIONS Q, x l yn ll a Xi f vid +V A if 'I ,I rl il ql 3, l v 4 , , ll , l, 51 fa ps 1: 1. ll il l l ll ia l l l ir l l l l l 4 1 l l l I l ll ll l ll l li il l sl ,l l 'l l 'E Ea? l l l . l 'il :fl l ll ls ff , ll l l, ll ll l I? il :I VVALLACE, BERRY, Sowmzs, JoHNsoN, TOWNSEND, SMITH., B.-xcoN PICINATTI, GARNETT, NVIr.soN. Rossi. DROBNITCH, Mo'1'T, Mosxo ' This is a good pic- Jrure of 'rhe en'rire group lvarsi+y and freshmenl a+ worlc. ' These men were chosen by Coach Walf Clark as +he oufsfand- ing players of The sea- son and were awarded numerals for+heirworlc. Undefea+ed ' I+ looks like all op- posllion will be re- moved in a hurry when fhe frosh gel' under way. Freshmen L l ' The coaches give lhe squad some pracfice in ball handling. Y , , I x . Baskefs ' By virI'ue of a Ialre-season winning s+reaIc "Cac" Hubbard and his Pioneers ended Ihe IoasIee'rI:naII season in Iour+h pIace-'rhe firs+ Iime in many moons Ihaf a Denver caqe quin'reI' has finished in 'Ihe firsf divi- sion. Never'rheIess, seven wins and seven Iosses was none Ioo impres- sive, buf wi+h only one IeI'+erman graduahng, The I935 season ough+ +0 be much beiurer. "CAC" H U BBARD Coach THE REFEREE'S SHRILL WHISTLE . . THE ROAR OF THE CROWD AFTER A SCORE IS MADE I I4 FINAL STANDINGS 'Foam XVon Lost F Wyoming' .......... 1-1 0 Colorado University . 7 5 Colorzulo Collet-21' .... 8 li University ol' l30l1V0l' T 7 ' Any season in which The Pioneers can win from 'rheir upslale rivals is 'tijlfgpfls' " , . J 5.2 M' ..... A a success. Since Colorado U. had won a hearl-breaking one-poinlr W.-,sim-H sum- ,,.... 4 is vicfory earlier in lhe season. Jrhe Denver quinlel was even more cle+er- """"""0 Mines 1 13 mined +o Jrurn back lheir old foes. H was lhe lasl game of 'lhe season, buf 'rhe score was-Denver 22, Colorado 2l. . . Tl-IE HUSI-l AT Tl-IE FREE THROW LINE . . . ALL IN A BASKETBALL GAME . . . IIS GAYLE WELLER, above, The lcid forward, who scored eighr poinrs fo lead +he Pioneers in 'lheir 22 +o 2l revenge over Colorado U. MANDEL BERENBAUM, below, never look high poinf honors, buf he was +he iron man of 'rhe back court being as suc- cessful in s+opping many an opponenl"s shof as he was in capfaining fhe five. 'r' i mw. ,mums RAY JOHNSON, below, whose ins+inc+ for saving 'rhe old homesfead af any cos? proved +o be 'the an- swer 'lo 'lhe men+or's prayer 'for a subsfanfial back-courl ar+is+. r ' ln ihe lirsl game of ihe year ihe Pioneers eased oul' a one-poinl' vicfory over +he Colo- rado Teachers College Bears. A 'Foul +oss in ihe waning seconds of play by Guy l-locke'r+ gave Denver a 3l-30 viciory over ihe fa- vored Bears. II6 f if ul RONNIE YOUNG, above. lighfing as he never did be- fore, led his Team almosl io vicfory in 'lhe firsl' Aggie fill. only +o drop +he game by a score 39-36. AL PIRNAT, below, all-s+a+e high school forward, +ried 'ro show ihe college boys he was plenly good, and fell only sligh+ly below his goal-nexr year, look oull K., :uv V GE YH GUY HOCKETT, above. long. lanky sharpshoofing cenier, enfered rhe second Wesiern Sfare 'Fray in fhe lasf seven minuies of play and made Seven. baskeis +o win high poinr honors for +he evening. Remember? CHARLES STONE, below. Ap- ollo of manhood and s+ar 'For- ward and cenfer. whose hoop game came close 'ro suffering because of his love of 'lhe fooflighfs. 'Wi+h a revamped line-up, using Pirnai' and Babcock ar for- wards, Sione al' cenrer, Johnson and Beren- baum in Jrhe back- cour+, 'rhe Hubbard- men won +wo games from 'I'he pungacious Miners from Golden- 'I'he firs+ 24-I8. +he second 24-I9. ' Alrho Guy l-locke++ garnered I4 poinis. 'rhe Pioneers were unable +o overcome a power- ful Wyoming quiniei' and were defea+ed by +he Buckaroos. 42-3I, ai Laramie. C o a ch Hubbard used ren men in 'rhe con+es+, bu+ could nor find a com- binaiion rhal' c o u l d siop Wi++e and his quinlelz ' In a refurn game ai' Jrhe Ci+y Audiforium. +he Wyoming squad won from Denver. 4l- 32. Guy l-lockerl and Mandel Berenbaum were rhe srellar per- formers for ihe Crim- son and Gold Jream, and Les Wi++e was again ouisianding for Wyoming. ' Displaying an un- canny abilily 'ro make iheir shois couni, 'lhe Universiiy of Denver baskerball 'ream won +wo games from Wesl- ern S+a+e al 'rhe Pio- neer gym-+he scores were 46-27 and 37-I9. II7 JAMES BABCOC K, above, hoi'-sho? high school cage arfisi, lived up lo his early repuraiion and crashed lhru in a big way 'lo become one of Coach Hubbard's mosr pre- cious undersfudies. BILL YOUNG was rhe spark- plug of ihe Pioneer feam, be- ing masferful on +he offense and ouisianding on 'rhe de- fense. 7 fi 0 f i . iiimi ff, - if HI VARSITY P PERCY LOCEY. Coach . THE GUN! AND THE RACE BEGINS . SPIKES CRUNCH ALONG THE CINDER PATH . I I8 ALL-CONFERENCE TRACK MEET Utaili University ......... .. 44 Coloraulo University ....... .. All 'Ag Colommln Agg.-:li-s ............ .. 39 H111-Yllillll 'Young' University .,.... 38 M, 'University ut' Denver ....., .. 32 Utah Ag'I.:'lcs ........... . . 19 Colorado College ..... .. 9 Colorado T02lCll0l'S .,.. .. 6 Colorzldo Minus .... . 5 Montzmu Slulv .... .. 5 1 I . SPEED IS MATCI-IED WITH SPEED . . AND POWERS WINS TI-IE IOO IN 9.6 . I I9 ,N 1 ii 1: ' ' 1 . , 4 gf" I ig ,i ug .7 4 0 7' b,4 ll? " li A ii I 2' - i .Ie , i , . ni , V, i 1 i i wi I 4 i r i Down fhe Cinder Pa+h ' S+ar+ing in 'Phe role of head frack coach for his firsi' year, Percy Locey builf a cinder +eam +ha+ figured prominenfly in exfending +he BEAUSANG' 0,5595 I933 frack champions. s enfire region buf 'rhe men on 'rhe 'ream com- ' The squad was one of 'rhe smallesi' in 'l'he 'Ei . i i pensa'red for 'rheir lack in numbers by +heir ' 3' f M . superb abili+y. ii If , i P f MQ f ' f i ii ' H i 14 ' ii i , li W I CLOUD, Dis+ances BROWNELL. Middle Disfances T i i bfi i F-, ' f ' 1, N f . I Q g,,3,l5,: .fl . v if i , it f 1 l i , in ks 4 5 W Q i i H 5 3 i l' zlerz, weaqms HAINES, Relays Powsks, Dashes CAMPBELL, Weighfs I20 i 1 V4 l Sho+pu+ and Discus ' Denver's bes+ performer was "Lennie" Powers. l-le was easily +he ou+s'randing dash man in The region, and in fhe Conference meei' he proved 'rhis poin+ by sirealcing +he IOO-yard dash in 9.6 seconds for a new Con- ference marlc. ' This performance no+ only elevafed Powers and +he Universiiy of Denver, buf also dis- played 'rhe qualify of Roclcy lvlouniain aih- Ieiics +o 'rhe 'rrack world, as his mark in +he IOO-yard run is only 'rwo-+enl'hs of a second shorf of +he world record. ,vis ..... QL ,, , ' 1 ,, ws , 2 5 Ml ' gi, ,,. FROST, Half Mile f , . gff - 5, Q McWHORTER. Relay LOCEY, Coach Y R A1153 K 3' ' I ii l ..iA fi f As-wmv. 1 2 s. in f . , , will L R f y b y s'l- is 3 1 GEYER ., li Q v Aisfiw ,253 mm , D l 87 Q CLARK, Hammer TANNER, Relay Middle Disfgnc l2I es MILLER, Relay and Javelin ' ln 'rheir lirsr meer of l'he season lhe Loceyiles defealed Colorado Teachers by 'rhe score of 83 +o bl. Denver garnered eleven firsl' places 'l'o five for lhe Bears. ' One week laler Locey look his froupe of speedslers 'lo Boulder for +he Colorado relays. MCWHORTER BREEZES HOME AN EASY VICTOR IN ONE OF THE HEATS AT THE CONFERENCE MEET. Up and Over The Pioneers placed fourlh in +he relays. bul' came off wilh lop honors in +he special com- pelilrion. ' In l'he Easfern Division meet 'l'he Aggies suc- cessfully defended rheir 'l'i+le. Colorado U. placed second and 'rhe Pioneers came in Jrhird. TI-IAT'S A BEAUTIFUL JUMP. ' BACHAR, BUT IT CERTAINLY rs A LoNc WAY TO THE GROUND. You cAN'T TELL MUCH 'ABOUT THIS START, BUT WE'LL WAGER ONE OF THE D. U. BOYS COMES IN FIRST. ' COMPETITION IN THE MILE RACE AT THE CONFERENC MEET MUST HAVE BEEN KEEN WHEN WE SEE How CLOSE THESE MEN ARE AFTER TI-IRE LAPS. A Bafons and Spikes ' The mile relay record fell by fhe wayside when ihe Crimson and Gold cinder kings mel' in a friangular meel' wirh Aggies and C. U. The Pioneer +eam of Tanner, Haines, Brownell and Powers sei a new record of 3.28, buf l'he Farmers roola 'lirsl place in l'he meer wil'h Denver in +hird. ' Championship of 'rhe Conference wen'r lo Ufah Universiry when +hey nosed our +he slrong Colorado Team by a slim margin in Jrhe Pioneer S+adium. Denver was iiflrh in fhe mee+. garner- ing 32 poinls-Uiah had only 44. IT MAY Loolc AS IF BROWNELL WoUI.D coME IN LAST, BUT, BELIEVE IT on NOT, HE ALMOST WON, TAKING sEcoND. 1- I l THIS IS A REMARKABLE ACTION PICTURE SHOWING Us How WELLER LOOKS JUST AFTER CLEARING THE BAR. LOU MAHONY Coach AROUND THE BASES TI-IE OUTFIELD IS TENSE . TI-IE INFIELD CALLS ENCOURAGEMENT . TI-IE BATTER IS NERVOIJS I24 R. M. C. STANDINGS W n 0 Colm-:Ido Colh-gc .......... 5 Colorado Univursity . ....... 6 Colorzuln 'I'cz1cl1ors . . . . . . -I IN University of Denvur 5 To 0 'ado Minus .. .. ... 3 l I 1 Colorzl do Aggies 2 Lost, 1 3 3 5 7 6 . . PITCHER TI-IROWS A NEW BALL . . . FIRST I-IIT OF TI-IE SEASON IS SMASI-IED OUT . . . I25 r af A -- ll. 5 WS :gg .Nw lu rv f X .,1V,,4fw ' v - 'A 4 , 2,1237 ' ' -WEA " wg AM, wg V fg V55 ' w 3,4 .FV Af ,f bf' ' ' - L4 RIED, Third Base 'Q ,J x :mi , 'L S ' ': I --,J , . f Us m ,V ' '. L X . as , h my . X 'ws y lf l -XQVJE' N xxx J l mj X' gigs Qbiljf f l KAVANAUGH, Cafcher HITT, Pifcher f f "- 4 1,-W Q .fl ' my W lf X x - K, ,' z 4 .Q .Q l- l b . . U x '4 . V 4. il ' KJ ,ix ,-fri." A - li lm H fx 'QQ l Kruse. U+ili+y Man I I26 J, 1 fl mv 'Q'. 5'x 2- X. l. Ai' 'Xxx Z X W f, Fl' ' fff l P71 A I I s ' 6 f f' , JORGENSEN, Riglvl' Field Willow Wielders THOMAS, Second Base f ' . f li . f X512 ' K ., f ' , 1 :vw- vxyx , .r p 'ff v, N .- 'X '9 xx Q flfzf f " 3 , " 1 J . If jj A 'H 'S' A ' GP-' BOYD, Oumeld Horsehide Hurlers ANGIUS, Third Base ai- 135. . ' HXMX I 6,4 . '21 -4 J 'w,Af, M ' if ' ,f " -' 1 i . , if W :K L J 'r LEVINE, Cenfer Field 1 M i BARTON, Pifcher l27 Y A NX K 1 1 5 - jg! U if , 1 'lf- WALTON, Shorfsfop GRAY, Firsf Base I 4, A 5 I Nl F ij 1 x L 51 le Ili H 4 1. H lr 4 ! D W 1 ii V W ,I N W 1 A 'A 11 N W H I4 i 1 I 4 1 1 4 1 I ,J li I1 m i i i i Q V I -I If ' fQ 'I iii El I ' When Lou Mahony, new baseball coach, 'look over Ihe coaching responsibili+ies lasl' spring, he received only an emp+y shell of four Conference championship Ieams. Never'rheless, he macle 'rhe mos'r of Ihe malrerial on hand and developed a Ieam which did nor re+ain i+s championship. bu+ was always a menace Io 'rhe league leaders. ' ln Ihe +eam's inifial conIes+, Ihey emerged vicforious over Colorado Teachers by fhe score of 8 Io I. Ge+Iing away +o a big lead in 'Ihe THE TEACHERS MAN HAS JUST MADE AN INFIELD HIT, BUT IT Looxcs AS TI-I0 ITIITT WILL CATCH IT AND BEND IT OVER 'ro FIRST IN TIME. Pop-Ups and Pu+ou+s early innings of 'rheir second Iilf. Ihe Pioneers blas+ecl Ihe Miners' +i+le hopes by winning. II Io 9. l-lomeruns by Thomas ancl Kavanaugh ac- coun'red 'for Ihe early Iallies. ' Championship hopes for Mahony and his crew were blasfed as The resulf of Iwo hard-Ioughi' losses +o Colorado Universi+y. ln Ihe 'FirsI game Colorado elcecl oul' a Il +0 9 win. and in Ihe seconcl game of Jrhe series Ihe Pioneers wenI' down in defea+ Io Ihe Iune of 9 Io 5. BOYD SEEMS TO BE IN QUITE A I-IUIIRY BUT HE TIAS T0 BE II" HI' IXPIITS T0 GET TO FIRST ON THIS HIT Ai, THOMAS HAS JUh'1' SIWASTIED om' ANOTHER OF Iris 1-IoM1i:li.UNs. I-IIS HEAVY HIT'J'lNG CAUSED MANY AN ot1'rm1a1.D1m MUCH wonnv rx-ns PAST SEASON. "?'-5'-r A W' BunTs and Bingles ' Snapping ouT oT Their slump which had cosT Them Two precious games, The Mahonians TaughT The Pedagogs a baseball lesson and won a 5 To 3 vicTory aT Greeley. This vicTory puT Teachers ouT oT The race and gave The championship To Colorado College. ' ln Their nexT conTesT, wiTh The Mines, The Pio- neers were vicTims oT The biggesT upseT oT The season. The Miners seT oTF a charge oT powder under The D. U. nine and when The smolce cleared Mines was ahead, 6 To 5. ' Journeying To ForT Collins Tor Their games wi+h Colorado STaTe, The Pioneers were Torced To be ,,.g---l-..- saTisTied wiTh winning one oT The Two TilTs. In The TirsT game Aggies nosed ouT Denver's nine, 3 To 2, buT in The nighTcap Tound Themselves on The shorT end, 6 To O. ' ln The Tinal games oT The season Denver and The champions, Colorado College, came To grips, and each oT The Teams succeeded in win- ning a game. The Tigers Toolc The TirsT game, 8 To 6, and dropped The second, I6 To 9. ' When The season was over Denver placed AI Thomas and Bonnie Levine on The All-ConTer- ence selecTion. KAVANA UG FI HAD 'ri-uc BAT'rmu coMPr.if1TE1x M181-UCI! BAR'l'0N'S 1-1'rc11 UA'l'ClT T11A'I' UNE BICCAUSL f Cb A A fl 5+ A h 1 'N .fl a "A l 3 f' .al 4-fi T BOB HARPER Volley and Smash ' Al+ho 'rhe Universiry rennis Jream received a regular coach for 'lhe 'firsl' lime. in 'rhe person of Sam Milslrein, The season as a whole was ra+her dis- asfrous. Our of six marches played Denver came +hru wifh only a single vic'rory. Two close meels were losl' +o Teachers, and 'rwo more hard-foughl marches +o Colorado College. The only decisive march losl' was 'ro 'l'he slrong Colorado Universily squad. Tom l-larper, Denver's ace. was 'rhe only man 'ro win. ' The climax of 'rhe ner season was reached in +he Easrern Division meer af Boulder, when Colorado won i+s six+h consecufive crown. Four members of +he Crimson ream, Tom Garlh, Norman l-lendriclcson, Ralph Loeb, and Ed Bershof, were eliminared in l'he firsr round. and l-larper reached 'rhe semi- finals before losing. , ....... 1 . ,f FL.. , . ' nw 4 TOM GARTH NORMAN HENDRICKSON ED BERSHOF TOM HARPER I 30 Drive and PuH' ' Under rheir new coach. "Cac" Hubbard. 'rhe Pioneer divoi diggers opened +he season wiih rwo viciories. winning borh six-man and eighi'-man Team evenfs in a 'four-cornered mee+. The Pioneer sex're+ +o+al. 526: C. U. 'iook second place wi'rh 534: and Colorado College 'rhird wiih 543. ' ln 'rhe Conference meer Boulder's five-man ieam scored 836 for +he 36 holes 'ro defeai' +he Denver squad by only I3 srrolces. 'rhus winning 'I'he cham- pionship. Mines, I932 champions, came in +hird wifh 859, and C. C. 'iourih wiih 887. ' George Markley. caplrain of 1'he Colorado College golf ream. was crowned individual champ by a viclory over Boswell Reed of Denver, 2 and I, in a 36-hole finale of +he Easiern Division meer. 'GY' f AYAQQQMU .il ' v 1 F7 ,l ,' fn! If W! DICK LARSON BOSWELL REED DARWIN COIT JAMES PELOFF I3I 'Q B X ' Alrho 'rhe Pioneers had some of +he mosr polished rnalrmen in Jrhe region. Granny John- son and his Universily of Denver wresllers fin- ished fourlrh in Jrhe Conference meelr. The Jream par+icipa'red in four dual mee+s besides lhe Con- ference, and was viclorious only once. over C. C. In The ini+ial mee+, Teachers delealed Denver. 2l-9. Graham, Donnley, and Riclcus won de- RICKUS, SHELBY HICKEY AND HUGH GRAHAM FENA, ROSE STAVELY AND HENDRYX Bone Crushers cisions. Delos Rose losl a decision +o English: Williams. Sfavely, and Fena were +hrown. ' Aggies won from 'rhe Crimson and Gold. 3I-3, in 'rhe second meer. Don Slavely won 'rhe only Pioneer viclory. l-lowever, Denver 'roolc 'rhe measure of C. C. in 'rhe 'rhird rnee+, which ended 23-I3, al 'rhe Springs. Graham. Sfavely, Riclcus, Rose, and l-liclcey won +heir malches. ALSPAUGH MAKES READY 'ro 'rx-mow ms oPPoNmN'r ovmn ON His BACK WHILE GRANNY JOHN- soN WATCHES 'rum MANEUVER. Ma+ Maulers ' The rnalch wi+h Boulder ended in an I8 'ro I8 score. Hugh and Roy Graham, Hendryx, and Siavely won 'rheir mafches, while Donnley. Rickus, Hickey, and Williams IosI'. ' In Jrhe Conference meel al Forl' Collins, Dan Sfavely was crowned champion of 'rhe I75- pounclers. Roy Riclcus placed second in I35- d "-an I vluvfx. .JW 1 Q pound class, as did Hickey in Ihe l55-pound class. Hugh Graham. Rose, and Williams Ioolc Irhird place honors in +heir respeclive weigh+s. ' Aggies, wi+h 33 poinls, won Jrheir fourfh mai' +i+Ie. Teachers, wi+h 23, came in second: Colo- rado placed 'rhird wi+h I9, and Denver was close behind wifh I8 poinls. DONNLEY, WILLIAMS AND ROY GRAHAM A11 I wi E1 A ii 'ix' ' X xi X AIAA A whim' N 'fi f J- A . ' Zffi X 4 f 1 'i i ,1 Q 1 gf i i i 14 s i 1 1 QQ 1 A il J i- Ia , fy H i ii i v! A H i 32 Ii , is 1 ii N JI 1 5' !i i ii e il 5 i' f I i ii 1 Ii i ! ll I i i If i : gf 5 L i ii i l A in I f I is I li 1" I I , ,A if i I 1 25 i if i ii i g? 1 J i i 5 . i f i i 3 A 1, 1 -2 . 4 i i! i ii : ii 1 if 2 , iii h as 4 K GRANVILLE JOHNSON, IN- 'rnAMr'nA1. nmmcvron AND coAcH. MoN'rY HEARON, LAMBDA CHI ALPHA SINGLES CHAMP, HAS JUST SENT ONE ACROSS THE NET 'ro His OPPONENT. lnframural ' Beia The+a Pi won +he inierfraiernify baske+ioalI championship by defeafing Phi Sigma DeI+a. 28 +o I4. in +he final game of 'rhe +ournamen+. Mosko of Phi Sigma Delia, Al Pirnai and James Bab- cock of +he winning Team were 'rhe ou+- s+anding players. BETA THETA PI BASKETBALL CHAMPIONS: HIN'rz, BABCOUK, MEAD. Ross. PIRNAT, HALL, BERRY I34 HERE'S FRANCIS GARTH, INTRAMURAL DOUBLES CHAMP, XVITH MONTY I-IEARDN, GETTING READY TO MAKE ONE ov HIS SMASHING BACKHAND DRIVES. Champions ' Eighl' new champions were crowned al' 'rhe close of Hue mural wresfling sea- son on December I4. The Indepen- denls +opped Jrhe lis+. 118-Pound Class: HUGH GRAHAM, Inde- pendent. 125-Pound Class: BERT SHELBY, Independent. 135-Pound Class: GEORGE Lorf, Independent. 145-Pound Class: .TAY VER LEE, K. S., and Bon LEWIS, L. C. A., draw. 155-Pound Class: OLIVER WALLACE, K. S. 165-Pound Class: HINTZ, B. T. P. 175-Pound Class: B. WILLIAMS., Independent. Heavyweight: JOHN WRIGHT, K. S. WRESTLING CHAMPIONS Lolf, WALLACE, SHELBY, AND WILLIAMS 'VER LEE, LEWIS, AND HUGH GRAHAM I35 KENNETH, ASI-ICRAFT AND ROY GRAHAM, STUDENT INTRAMIIRAL MANAGERS. . QMS mf, 9, 1. '52 , .A 'fm W fzfi' 1 vlzziii, 'T . .W Q f lk ' 2615, E, g ,,,,:, . ,D U , :ffv k if 9" .,, 2 Q it 's .,. i . if 'i HA w ' ,E .niitf-435.1 5 'E zf x J Q53 v Emi' va- ,W " nf 5? a ,, E if llf 1 B I 1 r 1 I I WIGGINS WOOTON ST. VRAIN BAKER UNIVERSITY WQMEN DOROTHY JOHNSON Converschionalisfl BERNICE ESPY Counsellor! MARGARET OLIVER Enfhusinsfl War B ETTY STOVALL Poisel GENEVA GROSS Leaclershipl CAROL SHARP Friendlinessl SHIRLEY LAUTER Acfionl EVELYN STANLEY Medifaiionl ALICE PECK Versaiilifyl MARY ALICE LITTLE Effervescencel ELNORA FREEMAN Magnefisml 'Q'- RUTI-I ERNST AccompIisI1men+I ' No coed's life in +he Universilry can escape 'rhe ac'rivi'ries of 'rhe Women's Sfudenl League. In everylhing +ha'r happens and in everyfhing she does. she is a member of +he League be- cause of her aufomafic par+icipal'ion in i+s mon+hly mee+ings, where everyihing from fash- ion parades +o gym circuses are feafured. MARGARET OLIVER Presidenl WOMEN'S STUDENT COUNCIL For +he mos+ sparkling win'rer ac+ivi+y, more +han 300 girls donned 'rheir pre++ies+ formals and celebraled Valen+ine's Day wiih 'rhe W. S. L. banquel' a+ 'rhe Olin. Spring ac+ivi+ies included all +he Universily rnofhers in 'ihe second Renaissance Room lea, and 'rhe 'rradilional May Fefe, where a queen and her cour+ presided over an old English May Day celebrafion. CHANcm.Lon HUNTER AI.- WAYS ENJoYs HIMSELF AS Tm: oN1.Y MAN AT THE ANNUAL W. S. L. BAN- QUET. WOMEN'S STUDENT COUNCIL ' The execurive body for funcrions of ihe Women's S+uden+ League draws Hs membership from all rhe women's organiza'rions on +he cam- pus. Presiden+s of each of 'rhe Greek le++er sororiries, and of organizaiions exclusively for coeds, +oge+her wi+h rhe women representa- Jrives of downfown schools, form +he member- ship. DOROTHY KNAUSS Vice-Presidenf Sponsorship of an inreresring booih al' The Sanra Claus Shop a+ Chrisrmas and quarlerly 'reas for members occupied 'rhe year for dele- gales who were no+ lousy acfing as leaders for general W. S. L. ac+ivi'ries. Dean of Women Gladys C. Bell and Mrs. Essie C. Cohn are The smiling and helpful sponsors of 'rhe Council. EVELYN STANLEY Secretary FRANC NERHOOD Treasurer gi ii l V 1: A-C -Q L' K I xx f l il li ., Y' . .hd LP' 2' 'rw' .1 " Qi . if T ' v , il . Z' ll ' The sponsorship of school affairs vesfed in fhis year's officers of fhe A. W. S. was only one of 'rhe fhings fhaf marlced fhe success of fhe all- women's group af fhe School of Commerce. Greafer emphasis was placed on movemenfs fo ELNORA FREEMAN Presidenf ASSOCIATED WOMEN STUDENTS SCHOOL OF COMMERCE acquainf new sfudenfs wifh Bizad fradifions 'fhan ever before. and fhe spirifed response which fhis year's freshmen made fo all sfudenf affairs speaks for fhe success of fhis "orienfa+ion course." ' House parfies, foboggan frips, fheafer parfies, all-women's dances, and bridge sessions served as fhe social cemenf for fhe A. W. S. sfrucfure. ' Elnora Freeman and Carol Sharp, as presiclenf and vice- presidenf, respecfively, were ably helped by fhe ofher officers, Kafherine l-lealy, l-lelen Johnsfone, lone Law, and Mary Walberf. CAROL SHARP Vice-President KATHERINE HEALY Menlor Chairman THE MENTOR ORGANIZATION SCHOOL OF COMMERCE ' Menfors a+ fhe downrown school enjoyed a place, a closer coopera+ion wirh 'rhe Arrs Asso- year of marked success. principally because of ciafion, and be+ween day and nighf s+uden+s. +wo +hings. Firs+.+he1'ireless eFfor+s of rhe seven made for a spirir of uni+y l'ha+ exeried greal' girls upon whom fhe responsibilily fell resulfed influence on Jrhe smoolh funciioning of 'rhe or- in unprecedenrecl achievement In +he second ganiza+ion ' The group enierrained ioinlly wifh The campus Meniors al' 'rhe annual Men'ror rea early in 'rhe year. An "af'rer-dinner coffee" in Sep+ember inlrroduced The incoming girls +o Jrhe upperclassmen, The 'rradilrional Men+or picnic in +he Park of 'rhe Red Roclcs finished +he year's evenfs. ' Members Jrhis year were Ka+herine l-lealy, chairman: Mary Walberr. senior Men+org lone Law. Rulrh Teller. Marrha Wis- lander, Frances Webb, Mary Gunderson, and Margarei Lee. MARY WALBERT Senior Mentor I43 ri or -v A 1 il? 'i li Ii l l l l 1 I i l l 1 T T ll l I fl l 1 I a 'E T Es 3 li ? ll T ll l l ls E l i BERNICE ESPY President we-A.. Qbk ' Assisiing freshman girls in becoming orien- +a+ed +o Universiiy life is 'rhe Jrask +ha+ 'foriy junior and senior girls lay ou'r for fhemselves every year, and when ihey make such a success of il' as l'his year's group did 'lhey deserve +o resi from 'rheir labors well conieni. THE MENTOR ORGANIZATION ' The lvienior 'rea on 'fhe firsi Salrurday of ihe school year opened a busy season for 'rhe lvien- +ors, wilh a series of many individual pariies oullined for each member and her li++le sisiers. Menfors also assisied as hosfesses ai +he moiher-daughier lea in 'rhe Renaissance Room in March. MARY HELEN HORR BETTY POLLARD MARTHA ALICE WHITE VIRGINIA SHANNON President-Elect 'TU' THE YOUNG WOMEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION ' A group of girls who are primarily friendly. a secrefary who is eager +0 ex'rend her'heIpfuIness, and a program of sarisfying ac'riviI'ies for groups and individuals alike-This has been Jrhe Y. W. C. A. 'For Ihe curreni' year. Whe+her engaged in work wi+h freshman clubs, wi+h Friendship EVELYN STANLEY Presidenf IEH Council work, wirh Sa+urday oufings in The mounfains, or wi'rh Ihe banquef and discussion meeiing wi+h Sherwood Eddy, Ihe cabineJr and officers of 'Ihe Y. W. have accompiished 'rheir ends. ' Under I'he direc+ion of Fay Jackson, 'rhe exec- uiive secrefary, The members have soughf 'Io bring abouf a fellowship of all Universify girls. MARGARET OLIVER Vice-President ' CabineI' members 'for 'rhe year were Doroihy Nrkinson, Erma Dixon. Doris Doyle. Lucia Gor- don, CaI'herine I-Iansen, Bea+rice Johnson, Dor- ofhy Johnson. Kafhryn Kavalec, Dororhy Ma- hood, Muriel Painfer, Marjorie Siephenson, Pearl Walker. and Mary Ward. I MARY EDNA CLOUD RUTH COLVIN BERNICF: HENN NELLOUISE FRANZ Presidenl ' Midnighl' spreads. paiama parlies. and open houses served +o +ake up mosl of +he spare lime of lhe dormifory residenls since Sepfember, in addilion +o lhe serious aspecls of managing an organizalion of oul-of-'rown girls. The Hall TEMPLIN HALL CLUB was complelely filled lhis year and l'he large numbers added maferially lo 'lhe gaiely on +he many fesllve occasions. Beelsfealc fries, bolh in The mounlains and "al home," proved unusually popular on Sa+urdays. ' Mrs. Lucille Dodd again served as hosless a+ Templin, and was generally acclaimed an ideal molher for The girls. ' Mary Elizabelh Mann, as vice-presidenl. Har- rier Orlh. as secrelary. and Be++y Kullman. as lreasurer, proved popular and efficienl officers. MARY ELIZABETH MANN BETTY KULLMAN HARRIET ORTH I46 El "F" INDEPENDENT WOMEN'S ORGANIZATION 'xln i+s firsl' complefe year as an organizalrion wi+h represen+a+ion on +he Women's Sludenl' Council, The lndependenl' Women's Organiza- fion comple+ed i'rs firs+ of many proiecls for The benefilr of all coeds. The 'laslc of surveying all organizafions and ac'rivi+ies. and compiling +he GENEVA GROSS Presidenl enfrance requiremenls and basis of member- ship for each of fhem. answered a long-fell need on 'rhe campus ' Officers for +he school year were Geneva Gross, Jean Lawrence. Doro+hy Mahood. and Gwendolyn While. ' ln adclilion. a council of l'wo represenlaiives from each class assis+ed +he leaders. Members of 'rhis were Bernice l-lenn. Josephine DeBell. Lillian Saks, Goodwin Adolphson, lvlariorie G-WV ICNDOLYN WI-'l ITE l-lardy, Frances l-lardy, Eleanor BarneH', and Edilh Clyde. J E A N LAW RICNCE DOROTHY MAHOOD 'Sym rfr BRIDGER CARSON ROUBIDEAU BENT TCD THE LADIES H fr ls lik! 1 FIXE ll ,B .,' ,lf Il Haj ll V A ' L Fl. -s , ll. l',"Jll lln VX' ' lf . I v 1 V w -re. Wx , , nx W X V X. V - -X 3 1 l f yojr My a lll Muffin ll li 'lllll 4 I 1 I l l l ll I l :l l ll l l l l l l l ll ll 'l l l l O. O. McINTYRE ' When 'rhe edirors of Hwe l934 Kynewisbolc asked lv1r.O. O. lvlclnlryre, celebralred New York columnist +o serve as judge for 'Hfxe selec+ion of +l1e beauly queens for 'rlwis year's annual, E+ was wilrlw +l'1e grearesr of pleasure +l1a+ +l'1ey received his cl'1arac+eris+ic reply: "l'll do I+, bu'r i+'s a very unpopular gesfure. O. O. M." I50 Presenting pp pp ' MISS DOROTHY WEI-IRLE ' MISS MARION GRAY ' MISS SALLY LOU SPEEGLE ' MISS IONE LAW ' ISI 6- wr fi' W , ,. ,yy . ww, 1 , MISS DOROTHY WE!-IRLE Q I53 MISS MARION GRAY I ' MISS SALLY LOU SPEEGLE I54 . 9 'W f v ll- ' 9 Y ' ' 7 5 K' 1 , . , QQ' f H -J Q 1 E 1 I v 1 V ' MISS IONE LAW I55 VASQUEZ RUSSELL EASTER FRENCH SMITH 12541 CCED SPQRTS MISS MABEL RILLING. physical educafion insfruc- +or. carried ouf a well- rounded schedule of Fresh- man and maior physical educafion classes. Her as- sisfanfs were Geneva Gross. Miriam James, and Louise Sfransky. WOMENS ATH LETICS ' Playing an iniegral parl in 'lhe life of every coed. +he women's a+hle+ic program for +he year I933-34 assumed greai im- porlance on +he Universify of Denver cam- pus. ' Folk dancing and singing classes, which were conducied by Miss Rilling and Miss l-lun+, were greeied wi+h enihusiasfic af- 'renclance of boih men and women s+u- denls. ' The depar'rmen+ was ably assis+ed by 'rhe Women's A'rhle'ric Associa+ion Sporfs Managers. W. A. A. SPORTS MANAGERS MISS JANE HUNT. new +o fha faculiy fhis year, acfing as direc+or of coed sporis. in+roduced a variefy of exfra-curricular recreaiional sporfs by individual, infra- mural. and inierclass com- pefifion. K' F. ADAMS, M. ANGEL, G. BAKER, A. BEVAN, J. DPIBELT1 M. FYNN, L. GonDoN, G. Gaoss, C. I-IANSEN, C. HARVEY, E. I-IEINsoHN D. MAHooD, M. NORMAN, K. PECK, N. Pmlfzss. L. STRANSKY, E. YOUNG I58 SPORT ORGANIZATICDNS R. A. C. ' The Rilling Arhleric Club, women's hon- orary group. requires 500 poin+s. a "B" average, and a unanimous elec+ion 'ro GROSS' p,eside,,+I membership. Girls pledged 'rhis year were GORDQNI president R-A-Q Mary Angel. Josephine DeBeII, Lucia Gor- W-A-A don. Maxine Norman, Kare Peck, Berifh Schroder, Edirh Smernoff. and Louise Sfranslcy. W. A. A. "D" CLUB ' Aclive par+icipa+ion in campus affairs was ' Ten prominenf sporfswomen were awarded shown by 'rhe Women's Arhleric Associarion "D" Club swealers as symbolic of 'rheir achieve- under rhe direcfion of Margarer Gordon. presi- menr in earning I.26O poinrs in a'rhle'ric parlici- dent Sporrs suppers were held a+ 'rhe comple- parion. +ion of each major spor+. and 'rhe annual formal banque+ held in May added a finishing louch ro a successful year. A. FIGI.IOLINO, N. Pnmss. F. ADAMS, G. Gnoss. J. DlUBEI.L, M. GROUNDS M. JAMES, C. I-IANSEN, M. NORMAN, R. WA'rmNs I59 i gtlffw 1. .V X CHAMPIONS lJunior-Seniorl Second Row: C. HANSEN, R. W.-vrxms, M. NORMAN, G. ADOLPHSON, N. Pnmss, D. SCOBEY First Row: L. STRANSKY, B. SCHRO- DER, M. WHITE, G. Gaoss, F. ADAMS, B. ' LEWIS, F. BROWNLEE HOCKEY ' Field l-loclcey opened +l'1e sporls program for +l1e year. Even greafer in+eres+ and en+l1usiasm was displayed Jrhan lasf year. when +l'1e spor+ was firs+ in+roduced. ' Filly-four girls par'ricipa+ed in rl'1e lnierclass Jrournarnenf, and four learns were formed. The final sfandings were: Won Lost Tied Junior-Senior ....... 2 0 1 Sophomores ......... 2 1 0 Freshman Crimson. .. 1 1 1 Freshman Gold ...... 0 3 0 VOLLEYBALL ' Wi+h eighfy-nine sporfswomen faking parl in The In+ramural Vol- leyball Tourney, many hea+ecl con- +es'rs were in evidence. ' The 1'ournamen'r was played off in Round Robin groups. In Group I. Del+a Phi Epsilon. Alpha Gamma Delfa, and Jrhe Mediferraneans were Hed. while Gamma Phi Be+a was winner of Group ll. There- fore. four five-minu+e games were played 'lo defermine 'rhe cham- pionship. In The final game. +he Medilrerraneans defeafed Gamma Phi Befa 22-I8. 'i .l 'yn .1 ,. , -i iq. ri " ii CHAMPIONS Mediferraneans llndependenf Left to right: F. PARISI R, ARMELING M. BUCHANAN, G. Gnoss. L. STRANSKY E C1 YDE yi A. I 2 1 I V 1 i ii l l y Z l, -I y i. 1 lx i I I J I I ii i li . ' I T T ' i .4 H5 ,fm 2 l . f.,' .pew .1 ' V 741141-1 W :g-gig: . Yi 213555 'thrill limi' W 5:53233 is-:fray 1 ea f iff:-'if' r ' blrilgm' . Inf' V Af-4: 4? Weil r' ' al In '," W, ,iff Q fa . 'Ned '.. ' W ,W-N, 'v Q an , 6, WJ gtg ?y,'ffgTs'f,g' . 1, 5 1:5 . :Mr ' if ' "WIA if ll 4 if ..w.... ,iii all W Wash. 4. ,W 3-.W WZ. W . l s W I62 gym .. ilu! . WW I SW il illli il. W4 J. li Wa, .VI i WW Q l .. W QT! iii , ii EW ill Bill W Y W , it xiii ZWW eil fl CHAMPIONS-FRESW-IMAN Il WW B. SCHAETZEL, I. STACKHOUSE S. JONES, M. LANGRIDGE, H. PATTON, F. MORGAN ' J. QKORSOSKI, AND Y. TOMITA W i 1.43 W Jul . W1 l W ' CHAMPIONS-CORINTW-WIANS J. Iionsosm, V. BAn'rLIu'rT, H. PATTQN, M. LANGRIDGE, F. IVIORGAN M. S'1'AN1ifo1m, Y. 'I'oMl'1',x W W WW 'W HW WWW :WW W BASKETBALL ' Baslceiball compelifion increased fhis year as a resul'r of a schedule of prelim- inary praciice games. ' ln +his way, each sexier praciiced as a unit and was able io perfeci' Hs 'lechnique and combina+ion plays. INTERCLASS ' Freshman Il crashed +hru +o cop The ln- +erclass 'riile by winning from 'rhe Freshman l's, I7-W l. ' The Sophomores suffered an early season defea+ ai' 'rhe hands of +he Juniors. who laier losl' 'lo 'rhe Freshman l group. The Seniors delaulied 'ro Freshman ll. INTRAMURAL ' Displaying exceplional learnworlc and a well-developed +echnique. 'rhe Corinfhians, indepenclenis. deieaied Alpha Gamma Delia, 'favored conienders for 'rhe ln'rra- mural Championship Jrille, by a score of W8-7. ' Ten sororiiies and independeni 'reams parlicipafed in 'lhe one-game-eliminaiion Jrourney. Marked enlrhusiasm was appareni' in +he fasf and exciring +ili's. BASEBALL 4:9331 ' Baseball proved one of 'rhe mos+ popu- lar sporls of +he year I932-33. wi+h ninely- five coeds par+icipa+ing in ihe +ourna- menl's. ' All games were played on +he green plo+ sou+h ol +he Chamberlain Observa- +ory. INTERCLASS ' ln lnrerclass compeliiion. 'rhe Sopho- more Soccos won 'rhe championship afler defealring 'rhe Junior +eam. ' The Fighlring Freshies. winner of 'rhe Freshman lourney. los'r bolh 'fills in lhe finals. INTRAMURAL ' Bedazzling Barbs. an independenf Jream, held honors in 'lhe lnframural 'rournamenlz Having advanced 'ro +he 'Finals by being winners of Group I in 'rhe Round Robin fourney, +hey encounlered liH'le diflicully in defealing 'l'he Pinch Hi+5rers. winners of Group ll. CHAMPIONS-SOPHOMORE SOCCOS M. NORMAN, F. ADAMS, M. WHITE, M. ANGEL R. WATKINS, J. AKIN CHAMPIONS-BEDAZZLING BARBS A. FIGLIOLINO, G. Gnoss, M. GORDON, L. STRANSKY, J. DEBELL '41 li N1 T li ., . i 1 llkgf-1 . ly "qi l . ffiffmill 2 ' WW-T3"'l1' ' . ir? 'W W' . 2 1 li nj, BE V44 fni Q ly .12 l, 'Lq..f. , ,'a.'H .' " lm 'ni '- av lg ,V 'i . , si llqi. lr i Q N . il i ri .sf ll. Li il Q1 .41 .rl fi? iM if' ii-5 B li i l .gl ii l l .M R: iii 53? l P:i i- , l i fl . ill iff .2 ai all . fl ig . 1' 'f i I il. i inf i .3 z 5 l i F .gi .W y fa., Z N V' M . -Q-ali V K . Wm 9 V jx F at ' ?k 9 V 2 1 wr ' g,5Bv.:"B3i yi Q -1' 7 1'7fE"5i,.w' 21- 1:n2,.n " -.:::. N . JCL?" L , A '5fFfu:.-. .4Q12ww-4HmwM I 5' TENNIS TENNIS IIAZICI. Sl'lf:NClcu, lf'rusl:,nmn,' ALICE BEVAN, Soplmmow: I'Douo1'HY SHWAYDER-C'hampio11. 1 Q. .ll TUMBUNG M. NOIKMAN, M. GnoUNDs, N. Pmmss, A. F1cn.1or,INo, R. WATKINS, G. Gnoss I64 HORSES!-IOES ARCHERY GOODIRUN AnoLPHsoN-Chumpion EnNms'1'1Nm IIEINSOHN ANI? .IMAN 'I'no'1"1' I , .YAN sw TRACK E. YOUNG, M. Nomvum, M. ANGEL. R. VVATKINS. J. Kousosxu 165 ,,, tiff 5 1 'lp-'Z ' W ., . gf: i xiibpl ,I f , 3533131 ' 1 th.: w A Q A HWY W ,, Q w Q-m,,,,,wvjzu J f,g ' S' Si' H-.. IL Q FENCING DANCING L. VVETTENGEL AND M. GORDON M. Gonu0N AND M. NORMAN MINOR SPORTS 1 f M , N. ' , 'iz 'L . SWIMMING GOLF Left tn Right: Konsosm, Tnovr, Cox, Lum, PATTON. JOHNSON, J H WY A I T Cla , IVICCUTCHEON, I'IAMlI.'I'ON, lflCPLlCR, DOBBINS, GII.BEu'r, IWASON, JONES, ' Au ' - mann L mmon SHWAYDICR, MATHIAS I 66 ' Under 'I'he able clirec- Hon of Miss Mabel Rill- ing. a new in+eres+ a+ 'rhe School of Commerce in coed a+hle+ics was in evi- dence as shown by Jrhe in- crease in 'rhe number of par+icipan+s. ' Tennis and horseshoes shared honors wi+h baskel' ball +his year. Creclif is due Alice Bevan, who as- sisfecl in The work. HORSESHOES TENNIS i ESTHER HAEFELI Clzampwn MIRIAM :HUNT-ClLlt'IH119'l07l CCMMERCE SPORTS FENCING BASKETBALL A1 wp BEVAN Sccoml Row: L. Moomn, E. I-IAEFELI, G. SHALLABAIRGER. M. Acme First Row: F. MILLER., G. FITZSIMONS. L. MASON, J. ADAMS I67 3- ,V will in .. iz. i Z9 ls 4 me 'A 'Q' ff, . .x 5 leg? . fi 2 . 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NEW FEES!-l!lflEN "Scene one is a rare and un- rerouched pholrograph showing +wo-+hirds of Denver's popula- Jrion in one roorn Jrrying lo sign Jrhree-lourfhs of 'rhe world's supply of cardboarcl. lRegis- Jrrarion rnalerials by Braclford- Robinson.l Chancellor Hunfer beams al +he increased regis- Jr r a 'r i o n. lFreshmen courlesy Colorado high schools.l The library hasn'+ been Jrhis emply since +he clay before regisrra- Jrion, when we snapped il. lLi- brary by Fisher and Fisher.l Parr of lhe green horcle swarm oulrsicle for a breaih of fresh air. lAir courlesy Chamber of Commerce.l The frosh gel fed lCapi'rol Box Lunchl when +hey regisfer, buf Jrhe res+ of us have 'ro slrancl in line-shoes by Arch Preserver. The regisirar home- warcl plocls his weary way lCambriclge l-lislrory of English Li+era'rurel, able 'ro smile buf nor much else. ' The D Club-Frosh ba++les wasied no Jrime in ge'r+ing under way. Bill Evans had a lo+ of push behind him buf he came oul all wel afier all. l-le wasn"r 'rhe only one, eiiher, because bolh frosh and sophs al' Commerce were a bil damp afler Jrheir Tug-o'-war. Johnny Boyd looks a li++le like a scrambled egg himself afier lhe egg baiiles. Touch foolball and poialo racing were oiher organized sporis of Jrhe early season, bm' ihe painiing of 'rhe Senior fence and ihe iangle over lhe freshmen foo+wear were no less evenlrful in spile of 'rheir informalily. OID FGGS ' Our demons+ra+ions 'rhis year were more 'rhan once ra'red as lop-class performances, boih a+ nigh? games and during 'rhe afrernoon 'Tween halves. Al Thomas is felling Jrhe public address man whar happened on The lasi play. so +ha'r he can 'l'ell lhe grandsland quarlerbaclas why 'rheir ideas weren'+ used. The Miners wenl +0 a lol' of 'rrouble +o rig up an appropriale vehicle io represenl' whal Jrhey called 'rhe "s+ree+-car college," lou+ 'rhe poor lacldies missed 'rhe righl slop and spenl 'rhe nigh+ in a local house of correclion. Their learn los+, loo, I9-7. And see 'rhe genllemen of 'rhe press walching D. U. press on 'ro vic+ory in +he Jrangle wi+h C. C. Then 'lhere was 'rhe clash wi+h fhe big grass and ulculele man from l-lawaii. Be+'ry S+ovall is discussing The prospecls for grealer "pois" wi+h Cap+ain Among. l-lals ofil: 'ro 'rhe Alma for a lhoroly exciiing looiloall season. STUNTS AND PUNTS SHORT WAVES AND I CNG I INFS ' School spiri1'. as usual, was a+ Hs heighl during Jrhe foolball season, and 'rhe random sho+s on 'rhis page bear wifness 'io Jrhe fact Phi Epsilon Phi and Paralceels will have +o do more 'rhan build plas+er models if ihey expecl +o our-yell Hacke- +hal's famed Knolhole Club. Ruamie presenls one of 'rhe visilors from +he Kona coas'r wi+h lhe Denver equivalenr of a lei-or is if an aloha? Vance Graham and +he KOA slaff senr an accounl' of +he Armis- 'rice game 'ro lhe Universily of Hawaii s+uden+ body via shorl wave. Glimpses of lhe record crowds al snake-dances, box office windows. and in Jrhe sla- dium. When a fellow loses his panfs, +here's iusr one rhing 'ro do, so here i+ is. E ' ' 'si 'iis . ' if . i Ylli' F S 1 iff' - Y li I ' ln spile of Jrhe a++emp+s 'lo squelch one of our noblesl Jrra- dilions, Pioneers were on 'lhe campus in a big way on Home- coming Friday. Haclcelhal looks Des 'foo cluclcy, and Mary has +he pafience of an Angel--she needs il if she expec+s +0 gel her pay-on-The-insfaIlmen'r-plan prize. John Boyd again. play- fully demons+ra+ing 'rhe cave- man sluff +0 Alice Class, while l-laun+er Buchanan looks on. Une of lhe mob scenes is The prize-winning Sigma Kappa gef- up. and +he oiher is +he affer- chapel amalgamafion. PICDNEERS ALL FLCDATING A LCDAN ' The iI'ruck companies in +own loaned Jrhe irucks, +he winners walked off wi+h 'rhe cups and 'rhe honors, and now we hear said companies are rrying 'ro floai a loan. Or maybe +hey'll iusl' iloa+ along wilhoui' us in lhe fuiure. Bu+, fhen, every 'rruck company was eager io help when +hey heard aboul' +he celebriiies who would view 'rhe 'lruclcs from ihe iudges' siand. l-li, Rufhiel l-low does il' 'feel 'ro sir befween i'he governor and lhe ci+y alforney? Poor Sigma Kappas couldn'+ even borrow a fruclc. so ihey had 'ro walk. Apologies +o 'rhe groups who had +o ren? 'l'heirs. lnciclenfally, KDS and Beias were 'rhe winners +his year. MONEY TO BURN ' The evoluTion oT a bonfire, in Tour easy lessons: FirsT, collecT inflarnmable maTerial in any and all quanTiTies and Trorn any and all sources. lThis is usually handled by The various pledge chapTers.l Second, leT The Lambda Chis look iT over To be sure everyThing is quiTe open and aboveboard. UT possible, have Them sTill in Their Pio- neer Day cosTumes.l Third, sTage The bonTire, Take pic- Tures, shouT and sing. lThaT blur iusT To The righT oT The visiTors from UTah is Their cheerleader, who Tried hard To hold sTill Tor a Tew seconds.l FourTh, collecT The bills, answer The Telephone, and wriTe The checks. UT possible. have an accomrnodaTing Adviser oT STuclenT ATTairs To invesTigaTe The siTuaTion Tor you.l Dec. 29, 1955 mm. Ehrenkrook Sim des troyed by fire on lovamiwr 13th---billed to John Ea mwuon--D.U. Q7.20 Dec. 29, 1953 Abbot number Co Dcmcnatratiom 3312.46 lumlm-1: to rebuild outbouee Ox' J.1If.Per1'ynia.n '10 'O'-sl 'I vw 1-. ALL 'UiNIYilGIiSlfl."Y S'l.'UDlCNT A.Sb4lJl'IA'i'lON UI' 'l'llli UNIVlCRZ'il'l3' JH ' U bl IC R N9 1645 a o lr S ov o as v :' G' '- -'. 2.9 D1-:xvr:l:. U0l.0..-,.i'i6C . LN, . -..,.,108,Q,-, .: 1 UJUC O ' . U I :XYTO THE ws' . . : . . - . l r. F' ORDER ap, 11-sas.2.s,iQa1m1ao1ii .51159i2Qi1,'3iOf..f,, S,1Qs,.a.7....,, -TQ. I., i "CS :.' Y' 5-'ff' 'Ql" l 0, ,V A, -L V ,I V 'L T T'1,.gi 1- ,-193, My 11, ,,i, T 3 ff gs , , , -T , ,,.-,.DOLLARS ii" W' " 4 C U U C I I l Q 0 onli .:- ' .0 . 0 ALL UNlV.f'iRSl'l'Y S'1'l7lH'IN'l' ASSUf'lA'l'lfJN . . . ' LH" 'l'lIl'f liNlYl'llFl'l'Y ill' .IHINYICH , I ,V V Bw '..-, .L ,ff.L.-9' A 1' I I . ,., Llmrrco STATES NATIONAL BANK 5 I , A . T, ...Wa J.,-Y-.-ia-.-H. .sm s DENVER. COLO. ' Many songs were sung on Homecoming Day. bul 'rhe mos'r popular was U+ah's funeral march, lo lhe Tune of I3-O. And were The U+es morlifiedl The boys wearing 'rhe painled lrou are Bizads. Even +he chapel was all li+ up in preparalion for a warm welcome fo relurning alums. Alpha Gamma Della and Bela Thela Pi 'l'OOlC firs+ on 'rhe house decoraling con+es+s. Nina Taylor is looking happy- whal a break for 'rhis page. More borrowed Jrruclcs, horses, chairs, assorled wheels, and wha+'ll you have? We're won- dering wha+ has come belween Alice Class and Soph Gordon. 1 HOME SWEET I-IOMECOMING STYLES ' Life on rhe campus is iusl one fashion show afler anolher -in one way or anolher. Aller Jrhe coeds pul on such a swell show af lhe beginning of lhe fall quarler, ii does seem a shame fhal 'rhey were crilicized by 'rhe cord-wearing male con- iingenl. Bu+ l-lerringlon ancl The gals and +he school go+ a lor of publicily our of il and in +he end everyone was happy. There is slill some queslion as io whelher spring eleclions or Jrhe All-School picnic drew lhe mosl' inleresl. Those were lhe good old "pie-on-ear" days. Nobody poses for silly piclures more successfully 'rhan 'rhe an- nual slafi-all of ihese mem- bers were already vaccinaled anyway-some oi ihern in olher places. ' Some of +he clownlown big-game hun+ers siolcing up befween classes. Libby and Irma play lennis, W. A. A. plays deck-Tennis, and lhe Woogs hi+ fhe deck. l+'s easel fo see wha'r Happy Slrouse did +o Chappell School las+ spring. The genlleman in The middle mus+ be rhe Arr we've heard aboul. Three guys holding up rhe School of Commerce building on a Thursday, and lhree bicycles holding up fhe Sigma Kappa chap'rer on a lawn. GeHing down 'ro +he Founda+ion of lhings lo prove +ha'r spring is here. DAMES AND GAMES ' Ruamie does a li++le whispering in+o shell-like ears. and is The lucky dog iickled? Dickie Hubbard gels Jraken for a ride on Shor+y's shoulder. Red Roberis and Bill Young frying +o carch a lH'+le relaxaiion afier accounjring --io Jrhe professor. Jackson is poiniing for a good year -Jrhis is ihe iirsi Time he was caughi off guard probably. Mike and Joyce showing off Jrhe fur coa+. Bobby Nesbi1'+ is basking in 'rhe sunshine of her charming personaliiy. And Pollard iusi finished a session wi'rh Jrhe speech clinic. PUPOSELY POSED LUCKY BREAKS ' The Pi Phi sreps ge+ kinda dirfy, so He-ring breaks in a new overcoaf. Bradiield breaks info prinl' again. A phenome- nal phofograph of Lenny, in which he posifively is nor break- ing a record-or any+hing else. Wayne breaks clown-he really was sleepy. Carol gives 'rhe campus a break. Carolyn gives 'rhe Lambda Chis a break. Shirley gives 'rhe phofographer a break. Alspaugh ancl Ash- crafi, 'rhe gym golddus+ +wins, break even, and Johnny and Rufh break 'rhe lable +op Jrhe firsf clay of school. ' B is for beards and bands such as fhose provided by Homer P. Ali-+oo'rh and his Pyorrheans. Whar, no ma- rimba? B is for broadcast such as Jan Waggener and Roscoe Srocidon are sfaging for Jrhe radio ciass. B is also for Broxopp and Jrhe beans, babies, babes. and Barrys in- volved in adver+ising E+. B is for bunk, being dished ou+ by +he T. K. A. iniriaies and cer- Jrain o+her campus media. BUSY B'S IOCAI YOKFI MAKES GGOD ' Two oT The mosT exciTing evenTs oT The year are Kedros and Scarab Tapping, when The "shoTs" are recognized Tor ouTsTanding scholarship and acTiviTies. The mellow noTes oT The Kedros bell ushers in The mysTerious days when prominenT men and women march eagerly To Chapel and awaiT The magic words: "Kedros wanTs you." "Scarab wanTs you." l-lere are picTured The Tall and spring crops iusT aTTer The respecTive pledgings. They look mighTy happy, and They should! The mob scene represenTs The period oT congraTulaTions immediaTely aTTer The February pledging To Kedros. Place oT honor goes To The genTleman in The cap and gown, our own cheerTul Chancellor. BROTHER ELKS ' The Mercuries in The upper lefl-hand corner are shown bringing home 'rhe familiar bacon for The sons of Minerva. The Belas' s+reamlined chario+ mus'r be somewhere about +oo. Try four or five pages back. for example. The +o+em-pole eFFec+ is by special arrangemenl' wilh Della Sigma Pi, who are frying +o build up rheir chapier. The Phi Sigs look silly a+ rheir mock iniliahon. and 'rhe Pi K. A.'s di++o on lheir fronl' sleps. McFadden and Buchanan dilio on someone else's fronr sleps. Devereaux brislles. Bradley sings. Binns may be recognized by 'The Kappa Sig house in +he background: +he School of Commerce building may be recognized by Carlson and MOH' in +he foreground. ' A few hofhouse planis in Jrhe Kappa Della garden. The G. P. B.'s gel' down 'ro rock bol- Jrom, and Jrhe Alpha Gams come 'ro Jrhe poin'r-or maybe iJr's beside 'rhe poinf. This picfure of Virginia Shannon ican'+ siand much explanafion. Panhellenic meefings brighien fup a bi+ when fhe phofographer comes around, even if i+'s only +o prove 'rhai' +he Senior fence does gel used. The Pi Phis iusi' before leaving for Jrhe Charm School. Four Alpha Xis lend a no're of dignify 'ro oFFse+ 'rhe 'riclclish posirion given 'This page by McNary, Hill, and Johnson. The oiher picfure should have been in Jrhe Aggies' annual, bu+ someone made a misfalce. DEAR SIS TERS UN!-IAND ME VILLAIN I ' A li'r+le game of hor-hand somewhere on Easl Evans Ave- nue. A handsome, hand- painfed cake of hand soap will be awarded +o The person who guesses who belongs +o +he 'Five pair of handsome legs on fhis page. Pirnar and Davies are handy men +o have around- +hey are clufching respeclively Jrhe paws of Gerlrude Manning and Rufh Brefschneider, buf +his is Jrhe fellows' page and we had lo leave 'rhem our. A pic- Jrure of Jorgensen hand-picked from an old album. lNo're: Freshman admirer who fur- nished album may call for pic- +ure any lime now.l Bela Kappas express a birdie and Jrhe Lambda Chis a merger- seems l-lODly possible. Jusl' anolher screwy picfure of fhe Della Sigs. ' Showing why lhere were nol more confribufed snap- shols used 'rhis year. I+ seems +o be Jrhe woman who prays, bul you can'+ blame 'rhem-wedged in belween all Those Sigma Kappas. The hals cover a mullrifude of chins. Two KDS on Their way loboggan sale. bul' H' snow iolce 'ro 'rhe Pihfies. Wha'r, Priess, a new scarf? A bunch of The+a Phis head soulh. There would have been seven Alpha Gams sfanding in 'rhis piclure if Edilh Alice hadn"r been si+'ring down. MUTUAL ADXVIIIQA TICDN ' Doclor Sfearns absorbs a few cosmic rays on 'rhe back slepsq lhe Cohn family radiales a li++le sunshine on 'rhe side porch. L. W. keeps his hands warm. and Prof. Culler smiles for and al' ihe birdie. Whal 'rhie well- dressed Deans are wearing lhis season. Mr. Wyman and' Rork smile very nicely, buf Mr. Keener had +0 buy 'lhe cokes. Profs. Zellioii and Dunphy dernonslrraie 1'he la+es+ in commercial educa+ion equipment This is one- pic+ure where Dr. Nelson isn'i' going +o be called Pere. This is unquesiionably 'rhe worsi piclure lvlr. Bourke has. ever had iaken. Charlie and Jack don'l' like iheirs, eilher. And only one honorary key on Jrhe whole page. B S A M., Ph D., LL. D. F E R A., U, CDF D. ' The goal posl' picrure, 'Taken wi+h grear risk +0 'rhe necks of +he Kynewisbok pholographers. shows one of Jrhe principal rea- sons why so much work was necessary on 'rhe slaclium. Meyer Levinson 'fixes a few seals. To Think Jrhal' all 'These people sioocl in line all clay long for +he opporfuniry of washing a few windows! Whar price eclucarionl The liHle pic- +Ure of The big window-washer shows Wrighr 'rhinking abou? going +o work, The big picrure of rhe li++le cliHo shows How- ard Smirh, an office worker, on a pain'rer's ladder, wi+h a floor- mopper's b u c k e +, osrensibly shining rhe library's fronr panes. And +he lassie wirh 'rhe big smile is Mary Ann Javonoviich. wi ' Ber+ and Whi+ey are shown looking +ender, or somelhing, as Freddie prepares +o un- clulch fhe cup. The upper righl' shows John Boyd lfor Jrhe eigh+een+h lime in 'rhese pagesl and a 'rhrong of his cohorfs af 'rhe D Club busl. Grancl marches al' Jrhe Engineers' Ball and Panhellenic. Before and afler shols of 'rhe princesses. lor Jrhe Gas House shuffle. A glad hand session af one of 'rhe ii+ney dances. and big smiles on EI Jebel's sunporch. The more "easy-'ro-false" members. of 'lhe Frosh-Soph Snowball commi+'ree. I-HLLTOP HATS INFORMAL! TY PEIQSONIFIE D ' Joe Hare aboui lo ligh'r a Phillip Morris. Prof. Lawson and Senalor Cosrigan Take +heir ha+s off-ha+s off +0 Sylvia and 1'he "Awfice of 'rhe De-an of Wimrnen." Doc l-ly enfers his 'lhircl hour for lunch. Perc is proud of his 'fwo big boys now. Speech and drama'ric ar+s gei repre- senlaiion in overcoais. and bio-chem in a lab iaclcei. Cormaclc rolls up his sleeves and makes borders: Bu- chanan screws up his face and s+ar+s rumors. i X-lk -...N-.A ' An unfailing news sense, which enabled him fo snap every maior happening during lhe year. and an eye for The beauiy of lhe campus, The unusual in and abou? Universify life, and The ap- peal of "afmosphere" shofs of collegians in lheir habilual in- 'formal poses, have been 'the prime facfors which have en- abled Weldon McFadden, veferan phofographer for Sludenf Publicaiions, fo produce his boaufiful and inferesiing piclures for fho Kynewisbolc. Unofficial D. U. deleqafions To Myers' LOCAL COLGR 'for fhose len-ceni malleds and io The U. P. slreamline frain found Mac on hand 'ro malce an indelible record of The scenes. ' Unusual angles fo lhe campus view siluaiion have long been his specially. Sneaking up on crowds of people before They know if is anofher of his long suiis-even lho Jrhere are a lor of Lambda Chis in evidence in mos? of ihe picfures. His acfion shois of aihlelic evenis were on iho whole all fha? could be desired--his 'fasl' lens easily slops a lonnis ball in flighf lagainsf The posr in lhe bollom piclurel, buf if 'lakes more ihan I!350+h of a second lo caich Powers' flailing arms wiihouf blurring as ho snaps oul of his foolholos. 35' is -A 1"- ff ,sewsw an ,. ees f ii ' T FBIH STUDENT AxDMINISTRfXTIQN ' The promorion of s+uden'r acfivifies in 'rhe Univer- sify and fhe harmony +ha+ is mainfained loeiween 'rhe governmenfal agencies of +he s'ruden'r bodies in 'rhe various schools is due +o Jrhe efficiency of +he All- Universiry S+uden+s Associafion as if funclrions under i+s sfudenf-wri++en cons'li+u+ion. ' The Associa+ion's execuiive and managerial powers are vesied in +he Graduale Manager, C. Lewis Her- zog. now in his second year of service. H. J. Keener keeps 'rhe Associa+ion's books. and Professor John E. Lawson serves as 'lacully adviser. ' The governing facfor and cenlral legisla+ive body of Jrhe Associa+ion is 'rhe In'rer-School Council, whose members represenf all schools of +he Universify. The Council handles all funds of The Associafion, Jralces charge of All-Universi+y funcfions and celelara+ions. and eifher alone or wi+h +he Board of Publica+ions makes appoimhmenfs for s+uden+ offices. I94 c. Lewis HERZOG Gmrluufe Mrmagcr of Simian! Af?lL'Ii7'S' THE ALL-UNIVERSITY STUDENTS ASSOCIATION JOHN E. LAWSON Adviser for Student Affairs H. J. KEEN ER Auditor ANDREW K. MILLER Prcsitfent THE INTER-SCHOCL COUNCIL Left to right: C. LEWIS HEnzoo, Graduate Managerg Room: VVILLIAMSA. Engineering: AL THOMAS, Artsg GEORGE BRADEIELD, LaW'g ALICE PECK, Librurianship, Vice-President: ANDREW MILLER, Commerce, Presidentg RUTH ERNST, Arts, Secretary: WILLIAM LEWIS, Lawg JAMES BINNS-, Arts: CARL HEDBERG, Engineers: CHARLES ZARINI, Commerce. l95 I ' wzf' '32 I 'I - 13 1365? J.. I- 1' ' me fi j H.-mL'-.. .1 ,,1f,,T?,. pm' 5, LSL? 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CAMPUS STUDENT ASSOCIATION ' An affempf was made fo esfablish an honor sysfem by sfudenf acfion, buf could nof be puf across in fhe face of fhe "enligh+ened self- inferes+" which opposed if. Pioneer Day was acclaimed fhe besf in hisfory. in spife of con- siderable slcepficism as fo fhe advisabilify of confinuing fhe fradifion. Left to right: RAY GRAY, MAR- GARET OLIVER, RUTH EnNsT, ROGER WILLIAMS, AL BENCH, AL T H 0 M A S, OLIVER WALLACE, JAMES BINNS, CHARLES HAINES, MARY ALICE LITTLE, DAVE BRAINEED, To1vI GARTH. CCMMERCE STUDENT ASSOCIATION ' Polifics al' 'rhe School of Commerce has always been an enigma fo The oulsider, and Jrhe ballof- ing which resulied in +he eleclion of Charles Zarini +o +he presidency was in many ways as baffling as usual. Al+ho H' was inevilrable +ha'r 'rhe Alpha Kappa Psi facfion would sweep 'rhe malor offices, 'rhe influx of a+ leasi one new minori+y group added in+eres+ +o +he year. CHARLES ZARINI Presidenl' ' Wilh such overwhelming backing as Jrhe offi- cers had a+ Jrhe s'rar1', i'r is nor 'lo be wondered a+ fha? rheir year was marked by The grea'res'r cooperafion from 'rhe school al' large, and +ha+ fhe +radi+ional Bizad esprii de corps enabled fhem 'ro work e1CFicien+ly 'For +he bes'r in+eres'rs of 'rhe Associalrion. Left to right: CAROL SHARP, DEAN JENKS, ELNORA FREEMAN, MARY LEA Ko'rz, CHARLES ZA- RINI, F. L. CARMICHAEL, IONE LAW, ANDREW MILLER. 1 '-i HW uliilififlil xx'iNM- u ,miliv-" iL.L:fi21 - T 'li5Qf'F2fi lfiiilidz ,lr.,f:N',g1,qi 5 . r ussian. K A , if In . "i a wr VU i Wi' il ' if All . ' FY W yi, li? y, , 2 lil- 'l fl , lg. li 4 ri. A4 P' A .i -A-Q lf ,,,1,g+74.,' : r.,g',fy I Af, QQ: i '- lI"'t'? nfl? . Q. . J. ,fm .. nr.. V ,W-,V 5, 'iffzlgl-v , ,lm :L , ,-,mlfi -. I ig: ,, 'li i. l 1 E J i X l Z l ,u gfil W ll' lil . ,. i . i : v il .Sill ill l i ily if. Alix' iii i 1 x 33 1 si ' ii lil if - g . . .i Fill if 7 ,.f . all 3? rj? rg . if l -l 'Wx 111. ,, . fl lil' sf Fl. FE' Q-1 1 .3 Wifi' F55 if? til. Val Fl E i H l CARL HEDBERG Presidenl' ' Carl Hedberg, lndependenl' candidafe for 'rhe leadership of 'rhe Engineering Associaiion, gained his posilion in The general reac+ion io 1'he combines of previous years. ' Under his guidance, +he Gas House Gang has prospered malerially. due +o several influ- ENGINEERING STUDENT ASSGCIATION A ences. While 'rhey chose 'ro remain secluded wifhin +heir own domain for mosf of 'lhe lime. +he sfudenfs have sponsored special assemblies each weelc, sfaged Their +radi+ionally fine ball, and 'failed +o click only on Engineers' Day. when 'rhey losl +he much-cove+ed derby hal 'ro fhe Arfs yearlings. l Left to right: RAY GRAY, CARL HEDBEHG, Room: WILLIAMS. Gon- noN BRUNSON. LAW STUDENT ASSOCIATION ' William Lewis, coaliiion canclidale for +he office of presiclenr. won his posf when Phi Alpha Del+a and Phi Del+a Phi agreed +0 suppori each o+her's candidafes for The firsf 'rime in hisrory. ' Surprisingly wi+hdrawn from The life of rhe res+ wiLLiAM Lewis f' Presideni of 'rhe Universily, +he lawyers neverrheless main- fained Their own program wi+h efficiency. George Bradiield, 'rhe ln+er-School Council rep- reseniafive, and Lewis have par+icipa+ecl will- ingly in affairs of +he Council since early in 'Phe year. Left to right: Gmoncm BRAD- FIELD, ED WILLIAMS, 'VVILLIAM LEw1s, DICK BROWN, RUTH LOOMIS. ' 'if Ar w J, In HJ 4 3 el a l lll lf is ill .il ill lil l ll il ill ,li ry' lil ill ll T l , I g li f i I! T i .- : ll . ,l ,, I ll i ii 5 5 l l l il l il i l: l l i ll MARY EDNA CLOUD Presidenf ' ln no school ol The Universily does polilics play so small a parl as al Librarianship, yer in no school have +he leaders done more 'ro pro- mole cooperalion wi'rh +he various deparlrnenls +han here. ' In addilion lo arranging a program 'rhal' was bol'h el'Ficien+ and popular wilh ils single class LIBRARIANSHIP STUDENT ASSOCIATION of sludenfs, Mary Edna Cloud, president and Alice Peck, 'lhe school's firsl' Inler-School Coun- cil represenlalive, have alrempred 'ro make 'rheir lirsl year as a full-fledged member of +he All- Universily group a memorable one. Thru 'rhe Women's Srudenl League and +hru individual eflorls foward cooperalion. +he Librarians have advanced remarkably in 'rheir shorl hislory. K Left to right: BERNICE MARTIN, , ,' Doms DQYLE, MARY EDNA. CLOUD, J ' ALICE PECK. UNIVERSITY DEMONSTRATIONS Left to Right: MEI. Goaocnow, MARY ALICE LITTLE, AL SERAFIN, AL THOMAS. ROBERT HOPPER Manager of Demonsirahons ' The mosl' imporfanl posilion appoinled by 'rhe ln+er-School Council, ac+ing singly, is +l1a'r of +l1e Manager of Demonsfralrions. Rober+ Hopper. drum major of +l'1e band. won lhe oFFice Jrhis year and wi+l'1 flue aid of a hard-working com- miH'ee succeeded in producing a series of fool'- ball displays unpreceden'red in several years for +heir eliiecfiveness and specfacular characfer. ' Phi Epsilon Phi, Paralceels. l'l1e "D" Club. +he downfown schools. +l1e cheerleaders. +l1e band. and +l1e alumni all conlribufed lo 'rhe success of Jrhe year. 2Ol 9 id . MH , , aw "2 P 1 Q2 52 9 fi Q 31 .5 'f 4 if-22,1192 L23 .?324?.'.'af' M O F F A T CI-IAFFEE GOLDRICK LOVELAND ROUTT PL IBLICATIQNS Qlfgi' 5, lj ill l 'il ll. " 'ji Mfr' 4 .v I, S., X ff i . ,N K! .-iq M ,Q W .,'. gi .wk ll is 4. , ll '03 , ll 'lil ' fi 114- l ig " lu Fl i. ,I Mg- .r iv, .lu . , iw: . I :HI ' ,gl l i. ,.. Q an i ill "1 2 l .E l 1 j . l l l 1 l i l ! l l il l Q ii l i i.l i i l l il lifi iii' ll! v I ln. l nl lllir fill: lM.ll 'Fl iifl Jail fz,a.i ,,.i ill wil nay ei! .,. ii? 9 ,tm We V liei ini ffl gl ii JOHN GOODMAN Eclifor LEO BLOCK FERD BUTLER THE DENVER CLARION ' A habii of "conserva'rive sensaiionalismf' which drew +he a+'ren+ion of college publica+ions across 'rhe counirry, and an a++emp+ +o make each of +he eigh+ pages as a++rac+ive as possible each week. +ook irhe Denver Clarion a long way 'foward 'rhe achievemeni' of i+s own descrip+ion-"America's Foremosr College Weekly." ' John Goodman and his ambirious sfaff earned, for one ihing. +he honor of being rafed producers of +he besl' paper in +he Rocky Moun+ain region. ' Many crusades-for more seniol' class spirif, for a sludeni' union building, for 1'he complerion of Buchfel Parkway, for 'rhe honor sys+em. and for siudeni' employmeni'-marked 'ihe year. James Binns Elizabeth Bishop Ruth Ernst Katherine Gibson Catherine Hansen 204 CLARION STAFF Associafe Ediior Associale Edilor LEO BLOCK FERD BUTLER Cify Edilor Sporfs Edilors WELDON MCFADDEN BOB BUCHANAN JAMES BINNS Fealure Edilor .. ......Y.... BERNICE JENNINGS News Edilor ...............,.. .......... F RANCES LINDA Sociely Ediror ................... .,............. R UAMIE HILL Women's Sporls Ecliior ....., ....,......,..., S HIRLEY LAUTER Exchange Edifor .............,, ........ C ATHERINE HANSEN Commerce Edilor .............,.,......,,.,..,.,... MELVIN GOROCHOW ADVERTISING STAFF C. LEWIS HERZOG, Graduaie Manager MELVIN GOROCHOW, Adveriising Manager FERD BUTLER REPO RTO RIAL STAFF Rufh Ernsf, Helen Siclcman, Alice Jane Gardner, Helen Hiclrs, Gail Wilson. Helen Lee Miller, Virginia Walker, Carolyn Mauro, Kafherine Gibson. Frances Fralces, Mary Dreyer, Hannah Priess, Gail Applegale, Jane Her- ringfon, Mary Angel, Herrick Rolh, Beffy Lee Lyons, Elsie Wall, Jane Duvall, Dorolhy Jean Armor, Berilh Schroder, Marlha Shea, Roswell Newmann, Frances Nesbifl, Maeclwina Polfer, Mary Jane Hardie, Richard Goff, Rufh Golclslein, Rosemary McNuH', Clara Belle Lyon, Zecil Wandell, Elnora Freeman, Dorolhy Robinson. Mrs. F. Dewey Bishop, Jack Griffin. Aaron Goldfarb, Charles Lighlfoof, James Hufchinson, Desmond Hack- efhal, Charles Benneil. 64' MELVIN GOROCI-IOW Business Manager BOB BUCHANAN W. McFADDEN Ruamie Hill Bernice Jennings Shirley Lauter Frances Linda Carolyll Mauro 205 ,S fififgl 'e 21 .a 1 'H J' .-.xs.Il?Iri'T"V2i' ii . Y HAROLD OSBORNE Edilor BOB CORMACK JUDSON MGORE KYNEWISBOK OF l934 ' Finding assis+an'rs of enough experience 'ro be of assisfance and who were willing 'ro work long and hard was fhe principal obslracle +o be mei' in +he producfion of The I934 Kynewisbolc. ' I-lowever, live persons have con+ribu'red so much 'ro 'rhe success of +he book +ha+ special meniion is due 'rhem for 'lheir exceIlen+ record. Roberf Hopper deserves excep+ional credii' for +he consis+en+ and laborious quan'ri'ry and 'rhe excellenf qualify of his many hours of work. Weldon McFadden, whose dependabili+y and perfedr phofography are responsible for +he aH'rac+iveness of +he volume, cannof be commended 'foo highly. Bob Cormaclc's pains+al4ing and inspired arf work has given l'he annual a 'rouch of genius. Jud Moore has been a life-saver on many occasions when fhere were dir+y iobs +o be done. and has very capably managed 1'he business and pro- mofion end of 'rhe procluc+ion. AI Rosen+hal's willingness +0 be of assisfance has made him one of +he sfa1CF's mosi' appre- cialed members. f 'VH Q' 6' Mary Angel Elnora Freeman Katherine Gibson Shirley Hansen Bob Harper 206 KYNEWISBOK OF I934 PRODUCTION STAFF HAROLD OSBORNE, Edifor Associaie Edi+ors ROBERT HOPPER AL ROSENTHAL WELDON MCFADDEN Ari' Ediior Business Manager ROBERT CORMACK JUDSON MOORE Assisiani' Edifors BETTY STOVALL RUTH ERNST FRANCES NESBITT SHIRLEY LAUTER Secrefary Commerce Edifor JOYCE JOHNSTON ELNORA FREEMAN Classes. Shirley Hanson: Feaiures, Carolyn Mauro: Organiza+ions, Roberf Harper: Aihlefics. Jack Shapiro: Coed Sporfs, Mary Angel: Women's Seciion, Kaiherine Gibson: Acfiviiies. Abe Kauvar: Campusology, Beiiy Oakes: Indexes, Jud Moore: Office. Ruih Berkeley. Carel Turner: Com- merce Represeniafive, Elnora Freeman. Assisianisz Frankie Adams, Virginia Aicher, June Akin, Gail Applegaie. Priscilla Baine, Elizabefh Bishop. Mary Esiher Barfon, Charline Birkins. Tom Braden. Maxine Buka, Margueriie Dee, Walier Durocher, Mary Elizabeih Fosier, Jeaneiie Fosier, Frances Frakes, Dorfhy Funk, Alice Jane Gardner, Francis Garih, Kaiherine Gibson, Marion Gray, Faye Greenberg, Caiher- ine Hansen, Shirley Hanson. Charloiie Hays. Lenore Hays. Jane Herring- ion, Charline Highberger, Kafhryn Kavalec, Mary Kisler, Ed Larson, Mason Light Frances Linda. George Loi, Befiy Lee Lyons, Beafrice Johnson, Joe Johnson. Caiherine Mariacher. Ruih Marx, Josephine McKil'frick, Beliy McNair, Florence Noar, Virginia Nyswander, Hannah Priess. Kay Saunder- son, Beriih Schroder, Virginia Shannon. Cophine Smead. Mariorie Sie- phenson, Ted Swanson, Jean TroH, Elsie Wall, Marfha Alice Whiie, Berl Von Mischke ROBERT HOPPER Associafe Ediior XVelflon McFadden Al Rosenthal Joyce Johnson Carolyn Mauro Frances Nesbitt Betts' Oakes ' Jack ShaDil'0 207 fi? liliillli'-3 ..3,iv .- . humid Y 'T ,egg my .. 15, I 7 'ii T ge, -J g. , W , iaiia 5 5, ii ll ii -A 'e i ,T QE Els Tw: ay. :E H A if :gif 14 'SC i ,. ? 1:2 ni .. i ii? is fl ,J ii if Eff? "'e 'if 545 9451 f i 1- I ,gr ig LFS, Q 7 my f ,552-F 'rlf , ri iitiwf 4, as .wp I '1 W , J .wx sr .a--- ""' 111 ly dk Charfer Keys LEO BLOCK JACK COTTER RUTH ERNST JOHN GOODMAN ABE KAUVAR HAROLD OSBORNE THE STAR REPORTER KEY ' Founded in i932 by Roberl' W. Selig. edi'ror of +l1e Clarion for +l'1a+ year. +l'1e Sfar Reporler Key is annually awarded +o Jrhose workers on 'rhe Clarion whose work was of excellenl' iournalisfic quali+y, who were absolufely dependable. and who had served sufficieni +ime in com- parafively responsible posiiions +o insure +l'1eir permanenl' in+eres'r in' iournalism. ' No+ more Hwan six awards are permi'r+ed 'ro Jrhe s'raFF of any one year. WEARERS OF THE STAR REPORTER KEY Honorary Keys ROBERT W. SELIG GERALD J. ROCK I933 Keys I934 Keys FERD BUTLER BERNICE JENNINGS WELDON McFADDEN ROBERT BUCHANAN RUAMIE HILL ROBERT HOPPER SHIRLEY LAUTER MABEL NORTHERN BETTY STOVALL 208 THE KYNEWISBOK COPYWRITERS' KEY ' As a reward for excepfional service +o 'rhe Kynewislook, 'rhe Kynewisbok Copywri+er Key has been eslablisheol +his year. While more will receive 'rhe key 'This year Than will be cus+omary in The fuhire, cer+ain workers whose service has exiended over several edirions of +he Kyne- wislook will be recognized 'rhis year. ln +he furure, only six awards will be granred yearly. ' Excellence in work produced, +ime spent and depend- abiliry will be Jrhe slrandards which mus'r be me+ +o meril This honor. We K! mi lf: V .jaw Eli e 4 ii W F -T s'L: F? ri-S ' S sl l li WEARERS OF THE COPYWRITERS' 209 ROBERT CORMACK RUTH ERNST ROBERT I-IOPPER SHIRLEY LAUTER WELDON MCFADDEN F. JUDSON MOORE FRANCES NESBITT AL ROSENTHAL BETTY STOVALL K SHIRLEY LAUTER Edifor THE "D" BOOK Radical changes from 'rhe lradilional "D" Boolc were incorporaled by 'rhis year's edilor, AI Rosenlhal. A new size, addilional piclures. increased inlormafion, and a new spirii of helpfulness Io +he newcomers enabled l'he sfafl Io come closer +o Jrhe ideal of a perfecf freshman Bible Ihan has been done for some Iime. REFERENCE PUBLICATIONS STUDENT DIRECTORY ' Shirley Lauler, edilor of 'rhe Siudenl' Direclory, com- ple+ed her edilion of 'Ihe annual publicalrion wi+h The aid of a large and capable s+aliF +his year. ' Under her guidance, Press Club, as 'rhe organizalion lhal' chooses ecli'rors of 'rhe Direclory, published a sup- plemenl' Ia+er in +he year of names and addresses added or changed since i+s original appearance. FOOTBALL DIGEST ' One of +he mos+ successful years in recenl' hisfory was enioyecl by 'rhis year's Digest edi+ed by lhe Graduafe Manager. C. Lewis Herzog. Nine home games. only one of which was played in sI'ormy wealher. aided Ihe sales of 'rhe Digest and helped ma+erialIy in making for a proliiable year. I ZIO AL ROSENTHAL Edifor THE BOARD OF PUBLICATIONS JOHN E. LAWSON Chairman ' The regulafory and supervisory powers vesled in 'l'he Board of Publicafions by fhe S+uden'r Cons+i+u+ion was exercised very rarely 'rhis year. A capable group of ediiors, and a s+ric'r supervision of finances by +he Board's agent ihe Graduale Manager. made much of 'rhe regular dulies of fhe Board unnecessary. ' Lower bids on publishing Jrhe various publicafions also relieved +he Board of worry as +0 lhe financial ou'rcorne of The year. Left to right: Mm. GOROCHOW , my LAUTER, LEO BLOCK, L. J DAVIDSON, E. A. ENGLE. ZII C. LEWIS Hmnzou, GEORGE BRAD- FIELD, JOHN E. LAWSON, SHIR- CURTIS STEELE GILPIN EVANS X .k. xx,-7 ff , . 1' 41' ff' If If J S a K N ,' x xf xg X ff" X ,df , XXX A A 'xy f 1' X f X- ? X 5 I I EK X X. R 'AJ 'xx Aff If IH ' I ,J-' fl! M ff ,Z Z Z! ff If ,ff 1 J A, f M' f V, ff! ,"' ,N ,y X . x .M X ,I RX? XX Q X X .A X.. . N---..-'fn' .fa " vx. ,ix X ------..J aw my x -N,,,,f 2 .X x--...l,.,nf... LLl,L..,,,'a, -J 1. . f ., . 'f 2 THE ARTS ...arf .......J ROBERT HOPPER Drum-Major ' Parficipaling in mosi of ihe 'fooiball demonsiralions wirh a varie+y of infricare maneuvers, +he Band gained a repu1'a+ion 'for efficiency This year greafer +han ii' has enioyed for some 'I'ime. ' The mosf imporlani' worlc of 'rhe I934 season was ac- complished by a series of conceris. given under 'rhe direcfion of Dr. W. l-l. l-lyslop. Several programs were presen+ed before meelings of ihe S'ruden'r Associaiion, and each quar+er included af leasl' one concerf in Chapel. Many members par+icipa+ed in +he series of programs played by +he ln+ercollegia+e Band. V- ' 214 l UNIVERSITY BAND UNIVERSITY ORCHESTRA ' For 'rhe pas+ several years, ever since Dr. W. H. Hys- lop has been The conduc+or, 'rhe Universilry of Denver Orcheslra has mainfained an unusually high slandard of musical produclion. This year was no excepfion. ' Three concerl programs were played before Jrhe slu- denrs during Chapel meerings-one each quarler-and many o+her concerfs were played Jrhruoul' 'rhe year. in- cluding Sunday afrernoon concerls in 'lhe LiHle Thearre, and shorl' programs during various 'reas held in +he Renaissance Room ol lhe Mary Reed Library. HARRIETTE ALFORD Librarian 2I5 ,gm 31 " .HTTP fu 1 ii WG: iz 9.15. 1 II I mqifiil I I I , I III I wi ,L fiylyir' 53" . jr In I fi-I 1 Qmizghc UN I. I 'IX , f--...... lf" 'l'I-IE l'llI'l'I"I'lE!-IT SCENE Enom 'AJIILIIIS CIxEsAI:" WA:-I THIS ONIG W ITH BIIII'I'IIs ANII I'oI:'rI,x IN 'I' H E F0 It M IC II"s GAIIIIEN. A SCENE FROM THE "GREAT Bnox- OPP" SHOWVING MR. BnoxoPP AND Hrs IPAMILY AT THE HEIGHT OF THEIR PROSPERITY. DRAMATIC ACTIVITIES DramaTic presenTaTions, under The direcTion oT Mrs. Marion P. Robinson, reached new heighTs This year. In The TaII quarTer "The GreaT Broxoppf' by A. A. Milne, was pre- sen+ed Tor The sTudenTs and The comedy meT wiTh greaT success. ' By The way oT an innovaTion Mrs. Robinson presenTed Shakespeare's I m m o rT aI play. "Julius Caesar," during The winTer quarTer. IT proved To be one of The mosT preTenTious producTions ever aTTempTed by The drama group. 2I6 GllET.X LEE WILKINSON '1'H.xNIcs HAIIIIY IUCTCHUM WHILE HER HUS- EAND. Russ BAIIDERSON, I.ooI:s oN- IN THE SENIOR PLAY LAST YEAR. BIIUTUS IS SPEAKING TO THE Moa JUST AFTER THE DEATH OF "JULIUS CAESAR." n'-Y I I C-Eid' I DRAMATIC ACTIVITIES ' AII'emp+ing Io do some'II'Iing more Ilfman ordinary. 'II'Ie Drama CIuIo sponsored a play- wriIing conIesI' among Ihe sIucIen'rs. Firs'I place was won by DoroIIIy Funk, wI+I'I her pIay, "AI+er +I'1e Fall"-a one-acI' pIay hav- ing a reaIIy diI3Feren'I philosophy of Iife. ' WIIII a grand and IInaI exit Ihe Class of I933 made IIs Ias+ uncIergracIuaI'e conI'rIIou- Iion Io Ihe sIucIenI's of +I'Ie UnIversI+y WIIII 'I'I1e presenIaIIon of II1e pIay, "When 'I'IIe CaI's Away." CELEBRATI NG XVA S I-I 1 N G TON'S BIRTHDAY, THE D. A. R. NVIT- Nlcssmn A PLAY IN WHICH THIISII STUDENTS AP- PIQAIIIQD - CHAS. BARRY, 1-IAIIOLD IVIILLER AND CIIARLIQS MEAD. SATAN AND LUCIFEII ARE DISAP- I-oIN'I'IcD TO FIND ADAM AND Evm coNTI:NTIcD NVITH THEIR PLTGHT, IN "AFTER THE FALL." 2I7 FORENSIC ACTIVITIES ' Wilh an enrry of Iifry sludenrs in debafe compelirion, Forensics s+ar'red The year off wi+h Jrhe well-known bang by conducring one of 'rhe rnosl' enlhusiaslic inrramural 'rournamenrs in recenr hisrory. Our of 'rhe fray Iwo independenl' reams emerged. Irving Linkow and William Ray pi++ed 'rheir argumenlalive skill againsr C. Dale Fuller and Glen I-lass, bu+ Ioslr. ' Playing hosl Io Ihe Rocky Mounlain Speech Conference, Denver wirnessed a series of debares and oralorical evenrs in which repre- senlalives from Colorado Universily, Colorado College, Colorado Agriculrural College, and Colorado Teachers College, as well as speakers from 'rhe various high schools in The region, 'rook part ' Besides compefing againsl' available 'reams in 'rhe region, The varsiry debare squad made Iwo imporranr journeys--one 'ro Bozeman. Mon- Jrana, and Ihe olher +o Jrhe Nalrional Speech Tournamenl' held aI' Iowa Universily. Success was evidenced by Ihe oulcome of Ihe Jrourney. which announced +haI' Jrhe Denver represemlarives had 'fied for second place in debare. AI Rosenrhal garnered 'Iur'rher honors when he achieved Ihird place in +he na'rionaI oraI'oricaI conresf. O+hers who made Ihe 'rrip were Wayne Williams, Charles Redding, Tozier Brown. and Ihe coach, Dr. Elwood Murray. Bernstein Robert Brown Varsity Debate in Action: Rosenthal, Williams, Tozler Brown, Tozler Brown Dr. Murray, and Redding. Haines Lovell 2I8 FORENSIC ACTIVITIES ' MeeTing The Sophomores in Their annual delaaTe Tussle. The Freshmen speakers, I-Ierriclc RoTh, Troy BosTicI4, and Peggy Fallon, won a unani- mous decision Trom Their upperclass opponenTs, DoroThy BernsTein, William Jacobs, and Clarence Geyer. Many oTher Freshmen parTici- paTed in various conTesTs held wiTh oTher schools in The region. ' AlTho connecTed wiTh The ArTs Forensic DeparTrnenT, The School oT Commerce mainTained a separaTe squad working under The direcTion of Mrs. Erna TripIeTT. The Commerce DebaTers meT The regional com- peTiTion and senT a Team To The Colorado DebaTe Conference aT ForT Collins. ' WiTh The Forensic Manager, Wayne Williams, resigning 'From his posiTion, speech acTiviTies were managed by Two Sophomores, Tozier Brown as InTramuraI Manager and AcTing DebaTe Manager, and Al RosenThal as Manager of The Speech Bureau. ' Winding up a specTacular year, The CransTon, Freshman-Sophomore, and The Kingsley, all-school speech conTesTs, were held under The aus- pices oT The Speech DeparTmenT. F5'R'Xf"TUT"' 1 'T Myers lnt1'am1m'aI Finals: Ray, Linkow, runners up: Tozier Brown, Redding chairman: Hass, Fuller, champions. Rosenthal Turner 'Williams ZI9 H AS LAM DOWNING DONAVAN CODY EDLICATIQINIAL ACTIVITIES 5: 'I WJ II . . H y Iii yi 0.1" 'TW . J Ill! " li I ., .W , : li . ,Y N I ,Q H , gi ll l, IL I ii I i' li I I I I I l I l '1 I III ii? 'aiu . I Iii I. 1 I? f vi' 92.1 :fl Y I lol, Ir, ' 'gil' ily 5 ?-1 ,X i, fl lei YL W, Eg! Ii V! efg I DS If I 59? I Isl' rw lin WAYNE WILLIAMS I THE YOUNG MEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION ' Wifh a goal of increasing membership, and of exerf- ing an even greafer influence on fhe men of fhe campus fhan ever before, fhe Young lv1en's Chrisfian Associa- fion, under fhe guidance of ifs new execufive secrefary. Wayne Williams, sef abouf ifs work for fhe year wifh high hopes, and a definife plan of achieving ifs ends. ' Swimming parfies for all members, a banquef +o open fhe year, and a newly furnished recreafion room for fhe use of men sfudenfs served fo inferesi' more sfudenfs fhan ever before in a specific way. and fhe fradifionally fine spirifual program mainfained ifs sfandard of excel- lence fhruouf fhe year. ' Officers for fhe year were headed by Ralph Mayo, 'rhe presidenf, who worked diligenfly during fhe enfire year. ' Cabinef members were Kennefh Ashcraff, Tozier Brown, Mervin Champion, Bob Cushman. Charles Haines. Al Rosenfhal, and Mel Smiley. 222 RALPH MAYO BOOK TALKS ' Sponsored by The Friends oT The Library Asso- ciaTion, under The guidance oT Joe Hare. execu- Tive secreTary. a new series of programs was inauguraTed This year Tor The sTudenT body. ' AuThoriTies on some phase oT liTeraTure, some branch of The arTs, or some subiecT in esTheTics. presenTed weekly Talks To large and enThusiasTic audiences which gaThered in The Renaissance Room To aTTend The meefings. STUDENTS WATCH THE FINGER PRINT APPARATUS ON AN L. I. D. JOURNEY THRU THE CITY JAIL. 223 Aw' JOE HARE ' Numbers oT displays of obiecTs of arTisTic meriT, painTings. eTchings, phoTographs. and scuIpTure TurTher added To The inTeresT of The sTudenT body, and enabled The Friends of The Library To achieve Their end of making The Uni- versiTy a Torce Tor The propagaTion of culTure in The communiTy. L. I. D. TOURS ' Under The direcTion oT The campus chapTer oT The League Tor lndusTrial Democracy, a number of Tours were conducTed ThruouT The ciTy which drew large numbers of sTudenTs To aTTend. The ciTy iail. The counTy courT and jail, The Juvenile Court The Home Tor De- pendenT Children, The Federal Building, Tlour and sugar mills, and various CommuniTy ChesT organizaTions were among The places visiTed. fy' I X. If AM, W -A K X ,, W , ,X xxrf H - ,U ,I 'I X n gm 7--1 1 if ig! ' WEP X I ". 4,,,. I . B R O W N CAMPION I'AB'OR HILL , 34, Ki . -::"'--- -5'-' H, WWW X f Q222' -E' A-J,,,..-,... -1-...Er-... i--' awk 1-'T' X 5 -IE'-5 1 -4, .f.fvMN'7'L :, ..-, -14-1. A74 yfiffxu 1 K 5 "":"-T-1 :Q fuq 'L -' """-" T3'fH,ff'ff,'- A i' MNT Q "' -1 1,1 M, X .7f',f,' ff, X,-X14 ,,.. 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' --"- ' -'V- U O C- 1 ' EJhsQ 'fq' V M' "A -- 55,315,511 0 - e 4+ m5q53iQf4eiaf:fl,fig ', ,, A V Q e 5 "M ' ll , I eser+.vA110N 5159-52 4 ' o -- '44 o--,fi N, "" M I . 'M' 4" ' AV H "IM 5 'WK -'-3 W . ' ' ' " : N 'xVl.L V 'P ' b f . 'Wx U f'-"""f' 'f ' .' L ..w.f' 'M .A L44 32 Q95 1 ' 1 o ' X ' 1 w E o o oooo W ooooo 4- 4- :V V -3, S X 1 I Qs " XX X NK' S 1 - - N 4 MX "b1'3235':n:u:n:ll':n:ll-:Il':u:ll:ll'r-ll-:u:lI-':lI-ll-ll:ll':H V ' ' w h nd now the present day has brought us comforts never dreamed of in bygone days l dflnln I A ie A www ho can 'name this day better than those who will see us a thousand years from HQNCDRARY QRGANIZATICNS Beatty, Blnns, Block, Carlson Goodman, Gorochow, Hedberg Hltt, Hopper, Jenks Jorgensen, Lew'ls, Miller, Osborne Thomas R. Williams, W. Williams, Zarinl Scarab SENIOR MEN'S HONORARY SOCIETY Senior Men's Honorary Society Founded at University of Denver, 1913 Colors: Dark Green and Gold Flower: Lotus OFFICERS OF THE ORGANIZATION AL THOMAS ................,............... President JOHN B. GOODMAN ...... Vice-President EARL BEATTY ..........,................... Secretary CHARLES ZARINI ...... ....... T reasurer MEMBERS IN THE FACULTY F. L. Carmichael Clem W. Colllns L. J. Davidson D. Shaw Duncan Earl A. Engle W. D. Engle R. G. Gustavson F. M. Hunter W. I-I. Hyslop G. B. Johnson John E. Lawson Percy Locey S. A. Lough Lou H. Mahony A. C. Nelson Albert Recht Wayne Shroyer R. J. Walters G. A. Warfield R. H. Wolcott A. H. Wood MEMBERS IN THE UNIVERSITY Alspaugh, Basil Beatty, Earl Binns, James Block, Leo Carlson, Fred Goodman, John Gorochow, Melvin Hedberg, Carl Herzog, Charles Hitt, Bert Hopper, Robert Zarini, Jenks, Dean Jorgensen, Richard Lewis, William MacIntosh, Kenneth Miller, Andrew Osborne, Harold Place. Albert Silverstein, Pete Thomas, Al Williams, Roger Williams, Wayne Charles Installed as Alpha Pl Circle of Omi- cron Delta Kappa. March 5, 1 984 MEMBERS IN THE FACULTY Kedros SENIOR WOMEN'S HONORARY SOCIETY WI' 9 A O 1' Senior Women's Honorary Society Founded at University of Denver, 1913 Colors: Green and White Flowevu' Lily-of-the-Valley OFFICERS OF TI-IE ORGANIZATION BETTY STOVALL .......................... President MARIANA GARDNER ........ Vice-President DOROTHY JOHNSON .............. Secretary RUTH ERNST ................. ......... T reasurer -I Benecia. Batione Gladys C. Bell Essie Cohn Elizabeth Fackt Olive Grigsby Mary L. Kotz Ida K. McFarlane Mabel Rllllng Eva Williams I. Winterbotham Anna Wlrt MEMBERS IN THE UNIVERSITY Eggs-man, Helen Ernst, Ruth Espy, Bernice Gardner, Mariana Gross, Geneva Hansen, Catherine Johnson, Beatrice Johnson, Dorothy Lauter, Shirley Nesbitt, Frances Pollard, Betty Priess. Norma Sharp, Carol Stanley, Evelyn Stovall, Betty Walbert, Mary I I ,I 'l ' ,gl , ,- H if I' Eggeman, Ernst, Espy Gardner, Gross, Hansen li. Johrson. D. Johnson. Lzmuter Nesbitt, Pollard, Priess Sharp, Stanley, Stovall, Walhert 'f rw ,,-,-zkir " u Baud I 4 ning ,ls ZW , I G' 1 I 4 1 ISI F as I :lf ,il ll gf I , Ig- , 2 I If If fi f: IQ: ,F ti ' 2 'A 1 It QI 'F 55 IQ, ij 55 I , t IZ' I 35: Ii 'Z I5 ri If I I " Q! ' 9 , fi: i n -2 P 1 V -Tr' , Ir: ,, ml- - H Alenius Beatty Holben Urlck Zcpelin Befa Gamma Sigma NATIONAL COMMERCIAL SCHOLARSHIP FRATERNITY Founded at University ol' Denver, 1926 Colorado Alpha OFFICERS OF THE ORGANIZATION HARLAN H. HOLBEN ...,............ President EARL A. BEATTY ....,.....,,,... Vice-President WARREN URICK ,.......A............... Secretary FRANK CURTIS ONSTOTT ........ Treasurer MEMBERS IN THE FACULTY F. L. Carmichael Edith L. Schnell Clem W. Collins Wayne B. Shroyer D. Shaw Duncan Robert B. Stanard Frank Curtis George A. Warfleld Onrstott, l-Ian-vey D. Willson Andrew H. WVoocl MEMBERS IN THE UNIVERSITY Alcnlus, Gunnar A. Holben, Harlan H. Beatty, Earl A. Urick, Warren Zepelin, Sum SQRQRITIES H I 'H fe - V I. 9 , SE.- , FUI ' .. , A 6' H .1-533, , .I " J. - iv I,-Hgiiff,-inf 3' 'QQ I W 4: TI 4 Y I MVP' A55 f F it T ,gag Lf I 4. 1. ,K-mx ., ,c A , 'ww 04 A u 47' " x 1' I -M 1 wb N! -Ye . H ,f W .pmgv l I v . ky QB . V: 6 I 1 I fix-- . 6 I, Brownlev, Burnstein, Clark Dee, ,DeSciosu Duer, Ernst, Frumess Good, Hamilton, ITm'tlcy Hill, Horr, .Locffler Munroe, Prless, Ric-hzxrds Schorr, Scobey, Shannon, Turner JR Panhellenic rm .III OFFICERS OF THE ORGANIZATION CHARLOTTE FRUMESS .............. Presidenf HAZEL DUER .............,................ Secrefcry ROSEMARY DeSCIOSE .............. Treasurer Council We lin? ,L ll CHARLOTTE FRU M ESS Presidenf MEMBERS OF THE ORGANIZATION ALPHA GAMMA DELTA Mary Helen Horr Jane Hamilfon ALPHA XI DELTA Hazel Duer Laura Jane Good DELTA PHI EPSILON Charlo'H'e Frumess Norma Priess DELTA ZETA Rosemary DeSciose Kafherine Lawrence Virginia Shannon Es+her Burnsfein Garland Munroe Ca+I'1erine Clark Marguerife Dee Anne Richards Doro+I1y Scobey 23I GAMMA PHI BETA Ruamie Hill IOTA ALPHA PI Pauline Turner KAPPA DELTA Frances Mary Schorr PI BETA PHI Ru'rI'1 Ernsl SIGMA KAPPA Mary K. I-larlley THETA PHI ALPHA S+eIla Loefller THETA UPSILON Florence Brownlee IFF Qfl I if I A, I. L "I I x' 'I I J . '.f I - 4 I ff 2 I Le A ag B ' ' ff 'I J , Ili fg4'i?, - ' NF f I 'z 1 A I .7 f- ' J '- ' -1' . 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II I" 'IFIIIIPII Ig 'III "I "LI IQ W -, I Il1l I'I'I ' J lil II I":1III't ,KJV 5' dl xx Y -av-Q -M 35' A-v , l.:.-...f.. Ill 'flgar ,.f5p?efL?-A I9IO Soulh Universify Boulevard Alpha Gamma Delia iw t 'fp 'V ELIZABETH Kl MBROUGH Presidenf Arnold, Lela Aikinson, Dorofhy Cooksfon, Louise Cox, Carol Frakes. Frances Gunderson. Mary Hamilfon, Jane Hogan. Margarel Holmes, Beffy Hoover, BeHy Horr. Mary Helen Howe, Cornelia Ingram. Grace Kallgren. Gwen Kavalec. Kalhryn Fifcheft Dorolhy MEMBERS IN THE UNIVERSITY Kimbrough. Elizabefh Lakin. Edifh Alice Lillie, Mary Alice Lloyd, Ka+l1ryn Nesbiff. Frances Norman,Berfl1a Norman. Maxine Payne. Harrier Reynolds, Doris S+rong. Mergaref Truby. Mariorie Wall. Elsie Wallcins, Roberfa Wiclcs+rom. Lilian Wormingfon. Marie Young. Evelyn PLEDGES Gilbert Francelia Alpha Gamma, Delta. was founded at Syracuse University in 1904. Epsilon Gamma Chapter was established at the Univer- Colors: Red, buff, and green. Flowers: Red and buff roses. 233 sity of Denver in 1928. . 1 il, VV. 45 'Fl ,Q i bww .,,v,. l . '.:- lw . l l V P ,elf ni 153, l .ffffl ,,.i.A ,Q llfixrifgifl amd YN: li gi ,.i nl -1 ,M 4 3 ,i SE El 'r M 1,-,.' q T M0- ,' 5 wi -Te Q QQ' , W, ,, W, .-.,..,, Tgalgq Q : 211515 'f ,Yiw- ,vx 5, 2, , ,xml 's. ' 5.-'Lv "I-fbi V-25 , 'dl ,Q . ,Q .QQ , ,Lt 51 mf-','fHzAS W K AM. mm ,- 3 2 1 ' . X a K i , J Y 1 tif 4- WN " 'irq' oi N, f y r " 'Y"' f.x21' w, V Q XF. I' .2 Q f g. '. yr, ' I ' , S ,fx A J f X' fill' wk. . 'T . QW . ,, x Q Bevan, Bigelow, Bunnell, Colvin Dixon, Evans, Good Grace, Hilliker, Houghton Justis, E. Lee, M. Lee Mason, McCutchen, Metz Musselman, Myers, Norton, .Patten Paul, Robinson, Swerdfog'er, Tietz F A " 1, ,. .. Vit .1 41 Nw -4 - x r Q V Y 1 1 2 if ii- ,, S! 1 fl va .-3? ,I Alpha Psi of OFFICERS OF THE ORGANIZATION PAULINE PATTEN ,.,.............,.....,, Presldenf LEAH PAUL ................ ....... V ice-Presuden+ MARGARET TIETZ ....,.. ...,..... S ecrefary BETH JUSTTS ......,....... ......... T reasurer E, .1-1..., ,L " ' v."'9f'f, 5.: e -. : fa-mv:-1 vw' ,, '-" Wu ' .-- ' . , 'ZA ' rj, 'q f 7' ' , T In . A , Y ! 1: 1 L! UF' , ' bb 'T V TT ,M "T H. T Q iETi1,T,4fT.f IEWTTT.. - ' fifm ig 'W' -fx-7 1 2I I4 Soufh Clayfon Sfreef Alpha Xi Della MEMBER IN THE FACULTY Eva Williams AT. v - 11- .I PAU LI N E PATTEN Presidenl MEMBERS IN THE UNIVERSITY Bevan. Alice Bigelow, Frances Colvin, Ruflm Dixon, Erma Duer, Hazel Good, Laura Jane Grace. Vera I-lilliker,Rull1 Houghlon. Maxine Jus+is, Bella Mefz. Dorolhy MusseIman.CI1arloI'le Myers, Barbara Norlon. Rulh Paflen. Pauline Paul, Leah Robinson. Dorollwy Swerdfeger, Margarel Tielz. Margarel MEMBERS OF OTHER CHAPTERS NOT AFFILIATED Bunnell. Ruby Evans, Cecelia Glascow, Elaine Lee, Eleanora Taylor. Nina PLEDGES Lee. Margarel Mason, Lorraine McCuIchen, Margarel Niles. Doris Alpha Xi Delta was founded at Knox College ln 1893 Alpha. Psi Chapter was established at the University of Donvcl in 1929 Colors: Blue and Gold Flower: Killarney Rose 235 sr? V4 . '-II 2532 ,I ,I YI I 7? -I Qu N 'N W 'T "V M :nl 5 .FII ,Q , X4 I I 'U g c, Bernstein, Feldman, Frumess Goldstein, I-Iandleman Greenberg, Marx N. Priess, Segal, Smernoff Strear, C, Wandel, Z. Wandel ,- 236 TI1e+a of AX. .-If 'rf-x . . x u' Q, I T' A Q.. .i 4-M P OFFICERS OF THE ORGANIZATION DOROTHY BERNSTEIN .............. Presidenf EDITH SMERNOFF .............. Vice-Presidenf LILLIAN LUSTIG ....... ............. S ecreiary PERYLE HAYUTIN ....,... .......... T recsurer ff Z, Q IIIT1 ,'.'. FI' I"' FF I ' : f' '-,.- T553 Ef f' I P L- If " JK fm .AI I -I I WHT -Inf IQ,IIIss,1u 111' II HEIKAIQJQL 5 4 94. 'I' If fa " 9 - A -, , un' 14:-' Q 'Q I E Q -4-11? 4 Lili' ' 2370 Easf Evans Avenue Della Phi Epsilon uf-1 . n'31g:ql' r I .1 ., ., 'hw '.'f'?'- S "Sri DOROTHY BERNSTEIN President Bernslein, Doroihy Frumess,CI1arIolIe I-layulin, Peryle FeIdman,DorofI1y Gilman, Evelyn Goldsfein, Rullm Greenberg, Faye I-Iandleman, lrene MEMBERS IN TI-IE UNIVERSITY Lusiig, Lillian Priess, Norma Smernoff, Edith PLEDGES Marx, Rulh Priess, Hannah Segal, Caroline Shear, Dorothy Wandel, Cecil Wandel, Zecil Delta. Phi Epsilon was founded at New York University in 1917 Theta Chapter was established at the University of Denver in 1926 Colors: Purple and Gold Flower: Pansy 237 I I W If Q L ' ' ij. 'V , .sb d . , I QI I X 1 I AI , I l. I I. I I , I I I: 1 1 , I I I I I I , I I I I I' I I ,. 5, 321, IILIH .1 55 iii gi F55 rg ' ,am ,W IIIQQ III. I3,g,. X IE .. IIQ S II 1,5 wi fi 'LII I:- fl, :IRM vw Ballard, ZDeSciose, Gebhard Gittings, Hocking, James Kearns, Larmee, Laybourn Lubchenco, Lyon, Radford Snntarelli, Voorheis, Wood ..v........g... ..,... Rho of X ,alum v I . I ' gpffl' xx- 'cf --'LJ' OFFICERS OF THE ORGANIZATION ROSEMARY DeSCIOSE ....,......... Presidenf MIRIAM JAMES .................. Vice-Presidenf VIVIAN LARMEE ....., ,..,.,..,...., S ecrefery HELEN GITTINGS ....... A........., T reasurer A' I I III: , I ,Vg .IIIW EM I974 Sou+I1 Universify Boulevard MEMBER IN THE FACULTY Olive Grigsby 3 6 ROSEMARY DeSCIOSE Presidenl DeSc:iose, Rosemary Giffings, Helen Hocking. Eleanor James, Miriam Larmee, Vivian Lawrence, Kalherine Ballard, Mariorie Geblward, Mary Jo Hoffman, Helen Hulchings, Kalhleen MEMBERS IN THE UNIVERSITY Laybourn, Lavina Long, Belly Long, Wilma Radford, Emily Sanlarelli, Lucille Voorlweis, Loraine PLEDGES Kearns, Rullw Lubchenco, Lulu Lyon, Clara Belle Morse, Marie Wood, Eleanore Delta Zeta w'as founded at Miami University in 1902 Rho Chapter was established ul the University ot' Denvex xn 1017 Colors: Nile Green and Rose Flower: Pink Killarney Rose 239 Q F. -- W .tufvfi E., V, 1- I .. , 4, ' K f wr I , , - i 11: . of f - 12. I I - if 2 , ' A ,f , - - "' F' ,JT 'Q 1 53" 5 x I K Q x Q z A K V. X, , .E If I 1 gl " asf ' .eff 5 5 -I .,, .A Ethyl., K .,f may ' ' ' .. 3' 3 I I 'I 'I Q ig ' ff' u se v - 1 f" t I A TNI , P I 5 6- V , , ,g .' " h I 1 I .1 r' f 1 ' 6 FI 'I ' ifffsw I "2 I I I , l 'F 1-F .1 3 S TT I I K ., if, 4 mx j ,-' si I ' I ijif' ,ggf NJ E W, ,V . A ,, ,w a - 4- -. Q ' ' SQYQIS ,,Q we-I4 .... .III -,ggi . . lar I1 I I' I 3 si :I ' 5. ' ' 'I 3 . III 'u 7: ..5, I I' I I 'I' Q5 rf?" 4 , .f .K-L. I r ' VM, M, . , Aw I f , rg. I Rf, of 5, '- I Iv' ' 'R G. ' ' T .1 J' V J Aicher, Applegate, Baine, Baker, Conine, Dawson Dreyer, ldspy, Franz, Graves, Hardy Harrles, C. Hays, L. Hays, Herrington, Herzog Hill, Hurst, Jollffe, Kelly, Knauss Lackner, Law, LeBe1't, Lute, Moore Mulvlhill, Naylor, Painter, Patterson, Peck Person, Price, Reid, Saunclerson, Shannon, Sickman Stegner, Stephenson, Towne, Vlfalling, Vvatklns, Wehrle 240 Theta of ,IF QTII A uxfwflfy SI cxiy. fi, In OFFICERS OF THE ORGANIZATION KATE PECK ..,..........,..,,.....,.......... President RUAMIE I-IILL ...................... Vice-President MARJORIE STEPHENSON ,....... Secretary DOROTHY WEHRLE ............,.,,.. Treasurer 'Qi .W I' N , , H I , rn, ' Ir-pl ' fo, , g r II-fwmxf "lQI'ia'!' X, I I IQII III-' UI' I A , I 3 I ,A I 1 4 ' wmluwl ' - A 'f - . 4' JI: jg , . , A 2280 South Columbine Street Gamma Phi Bela MEMBERS IN THE FACULTY Eleanor Dennison Prue Faxon Mabel Rilling Ruih Wheeler gL--7 All ,rm- ,H KATE PECK President Q Aicher. Virginia Applegafe. Gail Baine. Priscilla Balmer. Belly Conine, Lucie May Dawson, Dorothy Dreyer. Mary Espy. Bernice Franz, Nellouise Graves, Adeline Hardy, Mary Jane Harries, Helen Hays. Charlotte Hays, Lenore Heisler, Dorolliy Herringlon, Jane Herzog. Mildred Hill, Ruamie Hursl, Maria Jolilile, Jean Kelly. Mary Louise MEMBERS IN THE UNIVERSITY Knauss, Dorolhy Law, lone LeBer'r, Louise Lute, Louise Moore. Martha Lee Mulvihill. Barbara Painter, Muriel Patterson, Jane Peck, Kale Price, Margarei Reid. Mary Saunderson, Katherine Shannon, Virginia Shepard, Jean Siclcman. Helen Sfegner, Louise Sfephenson. Mariorie Towne, Wilmeile Walling. Margaret Wallcins, Virginia Welirle, Dorolliy MEMBERS OF OTHER CHAPTERS NOT AFFILIATED Miles, Helen Laclcner, Verna Sydner, Helen PLEDGES Naylor, Louise Person. Mariorie Gamma Phi Beta wus founded at Syracuse University in 1874 Theta was established at the University of Denver in 1897 C0l01'.9.' Double Brown Flower: Pink Carnation 24I , wx, if , gum ,. J . W .. J, 'fp ,. ..l,. fi? 1573,- ,ll V L X .I lI1ciI:'jff1 rf mil' ffhfkw' I I' Chi of I , ,iii .v 4 'MCI IT ' .ri Kr' I I J 'g H I ' , " ' . OFFICERS OF THE ORGANIZATION iv ' ' JUNE AKIN ...................,.............. Presidenf , - ' 45: LOUISE KLOPIE ....... ..A..... V ice-Presidenf io I . ' I - , MARY ANGEL ............... .I....... s ecrefary e V F f 0- EVELYN VVILLIAMS ....... ....... T reasurer l - I ii? E Z , 3,-Q V , 4 f ' I , ' , I I JI ks. I' I S-f L I- . ' -fel 'I 'E I7 Rv I' - ' E I., ' X AJ -ZS.. ,A I- . 'K y ' A I - -K I an I I li '. 'N X I X -X' w - E .V ,, . 4 2 . ' sl I - 9 . If T ' I Fil' ' IA, If V E 11' fam. I I , ' nj " 5 u . fe I - ,- I I 'I' A- I ' - ' I I-Tj Ig Ia 5 -. 'I o I . , . -H. I M' VII ,,,, ,, "JA 2.2 w,.!' . ml J I , I .. , ' 54" ' ' "I p W9 '- , . ., I Akin, Angel, Ballard, Cablness, Cervl, Glaser Gregory, Harvey, Held, Hicks, Hoyt Johnson, Jones, Klsler, Klopie, Knudson Koch, Lauter, Linda, MacDonald, Maloney J, Marlacher, McIntosh, McNary, Moore, Munroe W ,,,.',,e ' Newell, Noar, Roach, Schorr, Scott .,,-,ff-- I-j-. L, V .- Sharp, Shea, Speede, Trott, Uhrick ,, nhl W ' 2 1 ml: ,Ek . J. Walker, V. Walker, White, VVilliums, Wilson, Young JNTII 1 XI' I- ,' 52 , ,iff-.LII fi -M-I' , Q--11-A-7' M,-QS"i'wr. I 2250 Sou+I1 Columbine Sfreef 242 Kappa Della MEMBER IN THE FACULTY Rose Mahoney J U N E AKIN Presidenl Akin, June Angel, Mary Ballard, Belly Jane Glaser, Eloise Gregory, Genevieve Heid, Gerlrude Hicks, Frances Hoyl, Grace Johnson, Bealrice Jones, Kalhleen Kisler. Mary Elizabelh Klopie, Louise Knudson, Virginia Koch, Virginia Lauler, Shirley 'Y' wr 'ww I , Cabiness, Florence Cervi, Marie Harvey, Carol MacDonald, Dorolhy Mariacher, Calherine Moore, Luverne MEMBERS IN THE UNIVERSITY Linda, Frances Mainland, Jean Maloney, Belly Mclnlosh, Gladys McNary, Marlha Munroe, Garland Newell, Irma Schorr, Frances Mary Scoll, Mariorie ' Sharp, Carol Shea, Marlha Wallrer, Virginia While, Marlha Alice Williams, Evelyn Wilson, Elizabelh Young. Eliza loelh PLEDGES Noar, Florence Roach, Dorolhy Speegle, Sally Lou Troll, Jean Calherine Uhrick, Lucile Walker, Josephine Kappa Delta was founded at the Virginia State Normal School in 1897 Chi Chapter was established at the University of Denver in 1914 C'olors.' Olive Green and Pearl White Flo-we'r.' White Rose 243 ' ' ' - .H'ff?1I? . . ,mob W., , .Y I , rf -1 , . ' 'z I ff' 55 ,f ' J C- l ,- ' F fig, lay ,N V l 4 ' , I , , In t? -gl ' f' il-1 if ' m Y A . .., ., , "' W 'I e -s . I , NA, . :Al "ll 4.1: I A 1 f 'I ' ' l , - ' , f . fi Yi x , N . , " I wi - ' 9' I T' - 6- 1. .I , , "4 . 'f I- 5 5 43 1 V 32 ir' .if ' 'I Q I 4, . 3?'E?i'I -Iggy ,,v-- . , , I - ' ' H-f - . 9 I9 Us ' I ' 'Q yfflb. uf f 1 Q '. if IRI 7 'Af " " ' A . ' , ff 'A' M ' , , , .. , f 7 s f ,tit 'elim T 'Q , .s. . . ' ' 0 -Q f A .luv -.lf 1-e ,5 - l I 2 Al - I t . f ' I QQ. , TWH U A 'i l I at . , '- f Q t , I , -as -Ju QQ f 'I . ' T 2 . X - J W 4. n ib, 'we - vs? 4, 1, 't W, " I ' A ' ' , , ' 7 , H 9 'J p jx Nw " 3 v, - fn- I' , fl . M., A64 -v. .- Gb . C 'N . A' . 'It , V I I- ,1 - 1 lr - , x . , Armor, Bailey, Baker, Barton, Clark, Danahey, Douglas Ernst, Fellows, J. Foster, M. Foster, Gardner, Gibson, Granger Gray, D. Greene, M. Greene, Hall, Hansen, Hanson Highberger, Holmes, Hughart, Johnston, Jones, Kent Lardner, Leonard, Lyons, Mack, Manning, Martin McNair, McNutt, Merritt. Miller, Morgan, Oakes O'NeIl1, Pollard, Raab, Remington, Roberts, Sargent, B. Schroder T. Schroder, Shaw, Stovall, Thompson, Vandemoer, Wilson, Young 244 Colorado Bela of OFFICERS OF THE ORGANIZATION CHARLINE I-IIGHBERGER ........ Presideni CATHERINE CLARK .......... Vice-Presideni DOROTHEA GREENE ................ Secrefery BETTY OAKES ................ ........ T reasurer J is--. W :yi ,fe-7 . -'- , , f- ,I Lu, 'w,fs'- tu.-W I lg, U-Ila"fj: fill fig, Nl , fl wil- -lI. f l ,Q Il F, T' -' 'I gin, 2257 South Fillmore Slreel Pi Bela Phi .. -C. MEMBERS IN THE FACULTY Laura Culler Mariorie Culler Alice Ellen Ford Evelyn Hosmer CHARLINE HIGH BERGER Presidenl Armor, Dorolhy Jean Bailey, Mary Elizabelh Baker, Genevieve Barlon. Mary Eslher Clark, Calherine Douglas, Rosemary Dunlevy, Dierdre Ernsl. Rulh Fellows, Dorolhy Fosler. Jeannelle Fosler, Mary Elizabelh Gardner, Mariana Gibson, Kalherine Granger, Shirley Gray, Marion Greene, Dorolhea Greene. Muriel Hansen, Calherine Hanson, Shirley l-lighberger, Charline Hugharl, Belly Jane Johnslon. Joyce Jones, Shirley Kenl, Belly Lardner, Jean MEMBERS IN THE UNIVERSITY Leonard, Mary Dean Lyons, Belly Lee Maclc, Barbara Manning, Gerlrude Marlin, Bernice McNair, Belly McNull, Rosemary Miller, I-lelen Lee Morgan, Mary Oakes, Belly O'Neill. Kalherine Pollard. Belly Raab, Margarel Reminglon, Olive Roberls, Dorolhy Sargenl, Elizabelh Schroder, Berilh Schroder, Thyra Shaw, Geraldine Slouller, Florence Slovall, Belly Thompson, Virginia Vandemoer. Jean Wilson, Belly Young. Dorolhy MEMBERS OF OTHER CHAPTERS NOT AFFILIATED Danahey, Evelyn Hall, Belly Jane Jessup, Genevieve PLEDGES Holmes, Clara Jane Merrill, Belly Pi Beta, Phi was founded at Monmouth College in 1867 Colorado Beta was established at the University of Denven in 1884 Colors: Wine and Silver Blue Flower: Wine Carnation 245 V, ,V 11 A ' 'klx I Cv I 1 ffl , ,- if Q arf! I . if f ' sa K ,' Y 5' ' t I .I r I 1 . 1 5' w Q-Q ,.., I Gi . "n Q - ' ,Y ' ..f Q Q, if wr Y F' ...sr f ' I 0 , I f 'jiri I' - rfk- H I , , . 51" Q 'I I -ef , . Y. ' w'-- ,Z , . Qs .. ls 'll K '1 ,-" I I - , ',1 I E' K A , .4 J, V .. H ! rf I 'W .f , ' . . fx I., , ,Y f- a n - , G A A 'J' f..a,.' A AJ ,I 'K-:Pg " ,X ,, .. . I ,. F. Adams, M. J. Adams, Andrews, Barnard, Birklns, Brundige Carlyon. Dee, Dixon, Dobbins, Fallon Funk, Fynn, Gill, Grounds, Hartley Harvey, l-lcinsohn, Kent, Kepler, Kullman Leach, Mann, McKittrick, Nyswander, Oliver Orlh, Powell, Ralph, Riggs, Sclmetzel C. Smuad, J. Smead, Spurlock, Stackhouse, Stoll, Strawn Syler, Taylor, Turner, Wear, Wettengcl, NVeyrauch 246 Io+a of OFFICERS OF TI-IE ORGANIZATION CHARLINE J. BIRKINS ............ Presidenf MARE-UERITE DEE .............. Vice-PresicIenI FRANKIE ADAMS ...................... Secrefary MIRIAM FYNN ,...... ...,,.. T reasurer X ,,.,.,- I W ,,1III,H Ifii-5,4 V'B .lap uimmlm Ia--In M-21 - - . .2-. , 2I2O SouII1 Josephine Sfreef Sigma Kappa K, um, y I I p,,,,,,,,,,,,g ee 4, 1 ,v 1 Uuuimx 1 ut 4lffvnn,wl4t'lk CHARLINE BIRKINS President Adams, Frankie Adams, Mary Jane Andrews, Kathryn Barnard, Jessica Birkins, Charline Brundige, Lenore Carlyon, Marion Dee, Marguerife Dixon, Dorolhy Fallon, Peggy Funk, Dorothy Fynn, Miriam Garner, Madelyn Gill, Lois Grounds, Margarel l-larfley, Mary Katherine Harvey. Josephine Heinsohn, Ernesfine Kepler, Evelyn MEMBERS IN THE UNIVERSITY Leach, Josephine Mann, Mary Elizabeth McKiH'riclc, Josephine Nyswander, Virginia Oliver, Margaret Orlh, Harriet Riggs, Zoe Schaelzel, Barbara Smead, Cophine Smead. Julia Spurlock, Cleo Sfaclchouse, lrma Sfoll, June Strawn, Mariorie Syler, Mary E. Taylor, Marion Wear, Phyllis Weffengel, Lillie Weyrauch. Genevieve PLEDGES Dobbins, Beatrice Powell, Gertrude Kenl, Gerlrude Ralph, Ruth Kullman, Belly Turner, Carel Sigma Kappa was founded at Colby College in 1874 Iota Chapter was established nt the University of Denver in 1908 Colors: Lavender and Maroon Flower: Violet 247 W- LM II Q' vi A I I Wy" ,4 ' ' 'III ...V TAI II Il Ip I , I 1 I X . I I I I I I II If Is II III Iss , ,. ,I 'II' In II I II ALI' MII, L ai' IU. II I IQII T' IIII III I I. I II I I I'1 E I I III i 2, I-5, tw A :I I ' II I II I I I Cooper, Fltzsimmons, Garland, Gibbons Hyland, Kelly, Loeffler Lucas Lunney Mathias Omicron of QI ,-lm. ' f1""' .j?..'iL"IN ff If -.ra '- :Iwo I: WMI" I- X-A OFFICERS OF THE ORGANIZATION CAROLYN MAURO .................... Presidenl' STELLA LOEFFLER .............. Vice-Presidenf BERNICE GIBBONS .................... Secrelary BETTIE COOPER ......... ......,... T reasurer Mauro, McCoo1, Richards, Schenkier Schultz, Vagnino, Windolph, Woodman " A "'I"' VIWIIII ' 5' .' N'.4.' Q" 'I lj.. ," V ,fx . If ,, A I ....I,- - -I Ulf, ': -5- ' n.S.r+ . I 'I 5 I I - I IIIWIII I" J ,,. 12 ' IIIIIIII " In 2-4' '-L I EF- 'UL .5 2I60 Soufh Josephine S'rreeI' The-+a Phi Alpha MEMBER IN THE FACULTY Benecia B-:Hone CAROLYN MAU RO Presiden+ Cooper, Bellie Garland. Rufh Gibbons, Bernice Hyland, Eileen Kelly, Doris Loeffler, Sfella Lucas. Helen Mauro, Carolyn MEMBERS IN THE UNIVERSITY McCooI. Gerfrude Richards, Anne Ryan. Eileen Schenkier, Rufh Schulfz, Clara Seep, Marcella Vugnino, Benedelle Windolph. Isabel Woodman. Mary PLEDGES Fifzsimmons, Josephine Md'Il'lIdS. KGHWFYH Lunney, Marie Richards. Edwyna Theta. Phi Alpha. was founded at Ann Arbor, Michigan in 1912 Omicron Chapter was established at the University of Denver in 1926 Colors: Silver, Blue, and Gold Flower: White Rose 249 Anthony, Brownlee Campbell, Davies Lewis, Nerhood Perryman, 1-'rucha Scobey, Stapleton, Straub Ze+a Alpha of TAL. ,-,U 54 TN IIT: if "" 'Q 'IWW 1, 53.21 " 'f IP' I 0 ff Ein OFFICERS OF THE ORGANIZATION FRANC NERI-IOOD .........,.......... Presideni' BETTY I-EWIS ..,....,.......,..,.,. Vice-Presiclenf FLORENCE BROWNLEE ..........,. Secrefary DOROTHY SCOBEY .................... Treasurer I.IIr I - ff? -I - . . I II-I I I II wg In - "" " ' ' "H:-'2"wFQ-. , :f,.?' -' ---' -- f " '- saving- X If X " ' Ak '4f" IL E Imp I- A A I 2426 Soufh Universily BouIevarcI TI1e'ra Upsilon MEMBER IN Tl-IE FACULTY I-Ienriella Zobel FRANC NERI-IOOD Presidenl' Adams, Elsa Anfhony, Corrine Brownlee, Florence Campbell, Maida Davies, Jacquelyn Koch, Amelia Lee, Dorofhy MEMBERS IN THE UNIVERSITY Lewis, Belly Nerlmood, Franc Prucha. Eleanor Scobey, Dorofhy Sfaplefon, Harrie? Sfreub. Lucille PLEDGE Perryman, Lois Theta Upsilon was founded in 1914 Alplm Chnptci' was established at the University of Dcnvex in 1933 Colors: Rainbow Tints 1"I01UG7'.' Iris 25 I I. . ..I...... .. . . Beideck, Brundlge, Case, Freeman Garrison, I-Iaefeli, Harvey Healey, Hodges, Johnstone Larmce, Lee, Mauser, Norris Pearson, Shellabarger, Teller, Voorheis Colorado Alpha of OFFICERS OF THE ORGANIZATION ELNORA FREEMAN .........,.......... Presidenf KATHERINE HEALEY ........ Vice-Presidenf HELEN JOHNSTONE ............................ ..................................RecorcIlng Secrefary RUTH TELLER .... Corresponding Secrefary VIRGINIA CASE, ....,................,. Treasurer 1 IN MEMORIAM LORAINE VOORHEIS Q I - IIN. f 1 x ,ff of f -mf 2 ,jf ' . ,Ivor .,,- f7""I I 3 "X of l . - , Phi Chi Thela V l l Qi MEMBERS IN THE FACULTY Hallie Horner Loulhan Edilh Schnell Mrs. Clem W. Collins ELNORA FREEMAN Presidenl Brundige, Lenore Case, Virginia Freeman, Elnora Harvey, Josephine Healey, Kalherine Adams. Jane Anderson, Genevieve Bariani, Geraldine Beideclc, Erma Filzsimons, Gerlrude Garrison, Margarel Haefeli, Eslher MEMBERS IN THE UNIVERSITY Johnslone, Helen Junlc, Cecil Schnell, Edilh Teller, Rulh Voorheis, Loraine PLEDGES Hodges, Zerelda Larmee, Vivian Lee, Mergarel Mauser, Marjorie Norris, Dorolhy Pearson, Eveline Shellabarger, Gladys Phi Chl Theta, was founded ut the University of Chicago in 1919 Denver Chapter, Colorado Alpha, was established in 1924 Colors: Lavender and Gold Flower: Iris 2 53 3, R x , vi B' -..,',,. - km. , Mk. AM 1, gfifni, . ,, .N s I ' ii , I I Q, 1 A ti . :gf f 1 iii I ,,,yI 'rw---,., , 'Vi 4' It Sf, -Iv: .,, ' -. 'V 'rf 11 L' -wif, 'H .,. 1 I ' 'I - .4 I - - IV Burnsloin King !I'ux'ner E+a of IoI'a Alpha Pi ,fo ,Lgr fzbf- .JQ - - Q- . I0-H fo -. -,fl I' 'T-0 X f ofa? I n YQ , 'RQ-- Jar' "Iii, A , 659' Iota Alpha PI was founded in 1903 Eta Chapter was established at the Univursity of Ds-nvcr in 1927 Colors: Red and Black 1Y'l01.UC'I'.' Red Rose OFFICERS OF TI-IE ORGANIZATION ESTHER BURNSTEIN .........,,.,..... Presidenf ANNE TURNER ................,. Vice-Presidenf LOTTIE KING .,,..... .........,. S ecrefary MEMBERS IN THE UNIVERSITY Burnsfein, Esfher King, Loffie Malbin, Gladys Turner, Anne Turner, Pauline MEMBERS IN THE UNIVERSITY Gamma of Phi Gamma Nu Phi Gamma Nu was founded at Northwestern University ln 1924 The Denver Chapter, Gamma, was established in 1928 Colors: Cardinal, Red and Gold Fl01U87'f Red Rose OFFICERS OF THE ORGANIZATION CAROL SHARP ...,... .............. P residenf MARY WALBERT ..............,. Vice-Presideni' ALICE FOLEY ................ ....,...... S ecreiary ELEANOR BARTHEL ..,.... ........ T reasurer RUTH EDMUNDS ..... ....... S cribe Bailey, Dora Barthel, Eleanor Edmunds, Ruth Foley, Alice Gunderson, Mary Hunt, Miriam Law, lone Milliken, Rose 0'Kane, Rosle Rodgers, Olive Sharp, Carol Shi-oyer, Pearl Swenson, Esther Mae Walbert, Mary Webb, Frances Wislander, Martha PLEDGES Cervi, Marie Davis, Gwendolyn Glaser, Eloise Goforth, Elena Hyland, Eileen Johnson, Marie Kershisnik, Angela McDonald, Dorothy Miller, Frances Moore, Luverne Nygren, Elaine Powell, Jane Price, Margaret Swartsley, Ada Mae Vergen, Louise WVenske, Marie Cervi, Foley, Glaser Gunderson, Hyland, Kershisnik Law, Miller, Milliken Moore, Nygren, O'Kzuie Powell, Price, Rodgers Sharp, Swartsley, Swenson Vergen, Walbert, VVebb, XVenske JACKSON GREGORY WILLIAMS BLAKE FRATERNITIES , , I , , N if I IS , It M . I V , E. I 1. , I-If Mg 4. Q, .- ..,-. Ile it I J'- ? I 359 : 17 I A -..1 Barmatz, Bench, Buchanan, Butler Champion, Cook, East Geller, Glick, Hall Hopper, Merritt, Miller, Quundt Rlclcus, Tlslng, Williams, Wyatt InI'erfraI'erniI'y f f u mfmff'f"n 'A . BI IIIIII I l.WAlE.IlLxl U Ml9V ii J . Mil f ' Im' .E ILM: In X "T lr? OFFICERS OF THE ORGANIZATION ROGER WILLIAMS .................... President HAROLD MILLER ..........,... Vice-President MARVIN COOK .....,.... ............ S ecrefary ROBERT OUANDT ......... ......... T recsurer Council ROGER WILLIAMS Presidenf I QNX I MEMBERS OF THE ORGANIZATION 3 9' I I 4 EEQE I BETA KAPPA I I Henry Merrill Dwighl' Hall S ' A I BETA TI-IETA PI Roloerl Hopper David Wya+'r I-Q 'I I I III I I KAPPA SIGMA Roloeri' Quancli Mervin Champion I ' I I LAMBDA CI-Il ALPHA I I Harold Miller Rolaeri Buchanan I PI KAPPA ALPHA I I Ray Tising Calvin Easl' I I PHI SIGMA DELTA I Marvin Cook Sylvan Gliclc r SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON Roger Williams Al Bench I Ii I SIGMA PHI EPSILON I Roy Riclcus Feral Bufler I TAU EPSILON PHI I Alberl' Barmafz Julius Geller I, ,I 'I II II I I I I I I I 259 II I I I I II Iinrtlett,Cl:1rk Dc Sciosc, Hull Keleher, McCartney Merritt, PONV6l'S,VViI1ChCSlt'l' 'vf-vx A E-7 lfiijy, I nf I3 gk W.. Upsilon of 'i ' -Q. .V-YY, .QQKY 1, OFFICERS OF THE ORGANIZATION DWIGHT HALL ....,..................... Presidenf HENRY MERRITT ..........,..... Vice-Presiclenf ADRIAN LINCI-I ............. .,......,. S ecrefary FRANK DQSCIOSE .,...,. . ..,....... Treasurer N f ' fax I 2'I 7 2035 Soufh York Sires? Bela Kappa 5 li 'I DWIGHT HALL Presidenf Burlon, Clarence Clarlc. Howard DeSciose, Frank Hall. Dwighl' Keleher, Francis Barlleff, Thomas Clark. Glen Clark. Joe Erickson, Lawrence MEMBERS IN THE UNIVERSITY. Koch, Willis Llnch, Adrian MCC-ar+ney. Frank Merrill, Henry Palmer, Scoll PLEDGES Powers. Wilbur Simpson. Ralph Waller, Richard Winches+er, I-Ierberl' Beta. Kappa was founded at Hamlin University in 1901 Upsilon chapter was established at the University of Denver in 1927 Colors: Purple and Gold Flower: Red Templar Rose 26I N ' T, X 'W 3 1 K 'f Alpha Ze'I'a of , I I in y 'I ' Ii-'T, 'f I f I, 9 I ' ' T 111011, , ' -..f1w3.8 I , T!-I -' ' 1. If Yf 'Q 1 I , ,x X N .,f, . T 1- . ,V ..- a- T WF g .41 ' 411.-' YQ ,f 4 .X ju. ' , A 'K Almacla, Babcock. Bennett, Bradley, Clark Coates. Cormaek, Daniel, Danks Eller, Evans, Gleason, Goodman Gordon, Grlmn, Haelsig, I-Iall, Hezmalhalch Hopper, Hunting, Jones, B., Jones, R., Kibby Larson, Mayo, McComas, Milton, Nuttlnf-T Poe:-tner, Quick, Swanson, Thomas, Wyatt 262 , Y ' 6 OFFICERS OF THE ORGANIZATION JOHN B. GOODMAN ,............. President CHARLES MEAD ................ Vice-Presidem' ROBERT I-IOPPER ........ ...,.,......, S ecrefary JOHN HUNTING ........ ....,..., T reasurer "ll A. IQIQIMQL I PH , ' ' - 5' lxi in , -7- :, -'-f'- .r "-. In ,. ' -I: - 1' i 1- I IfI ff:i1 '2I:IlIifI .V . 4- " 2060 South Gaylord Sfreef Bela Theta Pi MEMBERS IN THE FACULTY I. F. Downer D. Shaw Duncan Golding Fairfield W. J. Loeffller Lou H. Mahony Roger H. Wolcott Daniel K. Wolfe Malcolm G. Wyer JOHN GOODMAN President Almada, Octavio Babcock, James Barmetller, Charles Bennett, Charles Bradley, Seth Buchtel, William Casey, Ted Clark, James Coates, Charles Cormaclc. Robert Daniel. Mortimer Danlrs, Raymond Eller, William Gleason, William Goodman. John B. Griffin, Jack Haelsig, Kenneth Hall, James MEMBERS IN THE UNIVERSITY l-lezmalhalch, Charles Hopper, Robert Hunting, John Johnson, Dean Jones. Roger Kibby, Robert Larson, Richard Ligh1hall,Cuyler Mayo, Ralph McComas, Robert Millon, Lee Nufting, Edwin Poertner, Allan Quick, Robert Rhodes, William Swanson, Ted Thomas, Al Wyatt, David MEMBERS OF OTHER CHAPTERS NOT AFFILIATED Evans, William Gordon, William Miller, Andrew PLEDGES Jones, Barton Beta. Theta Pl was founded at Miami University in 1839 Alpha Zeta chapter was established at the University of Denvex in 1888 Colors: Pink and Blue Flower: American Beauty Rose 263 Anderson, Barton, Blnns, Champion, Denious Douglas, Durocher, Guss Befa Omicron of 1 ', an . ' ,-'uv :' I?-ix, -. If' .A -.,...,-. T7 OFFICERS OF THE ORGANIZATION JAMES BINNS .............................. Presidenf WILLIAM LOSS ...... ........ V ice-Presiden+ HARRY STAPLES .,......... .....,... S ecrefary ROBERT OUANDT ......... .......... T reasurer FW-, - , Hackethal, Hur, Jacobs I in A'I' Loss, McIntosh, L. Powers In - :--- : - gf illnqigu Tiff. S. Powkars, Quandt, Rider , , .."" 1'--f gl ' . Rudolph, Smart. Staples, Teeple Iypf' - ,Emilia IIII1 Qlglgl ' 'mf Thomas, 'l'urner. Ver Lee, VVi111Z1C8,'VVl'II-TIIL V ' ""'j " -Q W I ' 264 i 4 Q-...fa -LJ' if X K I 1 w.II :w' 2 I 22OI Easf Evans Avenue Kappa Sigma QB? 4' MEMBERS IN THE FACULTY Elmer L. Brock John J. Cory John E. Lawson A. M. Laird JAMES BINNS President Anderson.Cli1'ford Barton. Edward Binns. James Champion, Mervin Denious. Wilbur Douglas, Jay Durocher, Waller Sass. Rowland Hackelhal. Desmond Hitt, Berl' Jacobs, Bill King. Conover Loss. William Mclntosh, Fred Funk. Ben Gullelfe, Eugene MEMBERS IN T HE U NIVERSITY Powers. Leonard Quandt, Robert Rider, Robert Rudolph. George Smart, Ralph Staples. Harry Sutton, Dick Teeple, Robert Thomas. Will Turner, Earl Ver Lee, Jay Wallace. Oliver Wright, John PLEDGES Harrison. John Picinati, Jasper Powers. Stan Kappa. Sigma was founded at University of Virginia. in 1869 Beta. Omlcron Chapter was established at the University of Denver ln 1902 Colors: Scarlet, green, and white Flower: Lily of the Valley 265 '-. .- 4 R. ji' if ., .g t 6 1 in 'fu Aj! 'N 51 I .ef if 4' rw wk T, W , 3 X .,. 5, Adams, Barry, Boslough, Boyd, Breck E. Brown, T. Brown, Brownyard, Buchanan, Cavarra. Conant, D. Div:-trick, F. Dietrick, Fink, Forney F. Garth, T. Garth, I-Iarper, Hearon, M. Lewis R. Lewis, Lightfoot, Mann, McFadden, Miller Montrose, Moore, Newmann, Ohlmann, C. Redding ii. Redding, Riley, Roper, Thomas, TVcaver 266 Alpha Pi of f ' ,412 '-+2-, -,.. Q. , l..'. ,if ,. Arg- fl., Nitin--e OFFICERS OF THE ORGANIZATION ROBERT D. HARPER .................. Presideni' FRANK DETRICK ................ Vice-Presidenf MONTGOMERY HEARON ...... Secreiary KARL MONTROSE .........,............ Treasurer .' mfg , ,. 9 3 9 153 '7 .' 1 . .SQL .H , i-fini T f --?- 4 '- . 22l7 Easi Evans Avenue Lambda Chi Alpha MEMBERS IN THE FACULTY Alfred C. Nelson Gerald Peters E. B. Renaud Walter F. Silces R. J. Walters ROBERT HARPER Presiden+ I.. ....--v-' .5 ,, Adams. Marvin T. Barry. Charles P. Boslough. Milton E. Breclr. Allen duPonI Brown. Tozier Buchanan. Robert D. Conant. Clarence C. Detriclc. Burton Deiriclc. Frank Fink. Kenne+h Forney. Robert Garth. Thomas R. Harper. Robert D. Hearon. Montgomery Kellogg, Walter Lewis, Marshall MEMBERS IN THE UNIVERSITY Lewis. Robert Lighlfoot, Charles Mann. Keene Marsh, John McFadden. Weldon Miller. Harold Mon+rose. Karl D. Moore. Judson Newmann. Roswell Ohlmann. Edward Redding, Charles Riley. Fred Roper. Donald Simon. Richard Thomas. Hugh - Weaver. David MEMBER OF OTHER CHAPTERS NOT AFFILIATED Boyd, John P. Brown, Edward Brownyard, Edward Fry. Frank PLEDGES Cavarra. Dan Clint. Thomas Garth. Francis Redding. Edward Lambda Chl Alpha was founded at Boston University in 1909 Alpha Pl chapter was established at the University of Denver in 1917 Colors: Purple, green, and gold Flower: Violet 267 I I ll xv. I I ,E V nv- I I I I- E' if IO+6 of TV' i f I, A ,gggi 7 A - '25 F51 - I5 1 iff' X? I XA, i -W I f 'Q OFFICERS OF THE ORGANIZATION ' .. "J iff MELVIN D. GOROCHOW ........ Presidenf I P 2' MANDEL BERENBAUM ...... Vice-Presidenf ' ' I SOL DAVIDSON ............ .......... S ecrefary , ART SAMELSON ........ ....... T reasuref ' - r-I ' ' I . Q '51, S A X , F5 -sr. I.:-F. I I 3 ,F 451, '- I ' 'Li Jw" O U Q A A ,fm X 1 X f""5'f'1w ' L. A -. A IOO, .:. I - ' ix Berenbaum, Berkow, Bershof Coleman, Cook Davidson, Fishman, Gllck Goldfarb, Gorochow, Green Helstein, Leight, Light Ornstein, Pepper, Rosen Samelson, Shapiro, Tober, Waldman "A" 11 PM '-11' Q ,"':.: 3jg'f!r:H!1r:II:, "9 ' I , II.1gII.III 13' I H IIAIHE 5 ? i ' 'W A K 5. ' 2375 Eos? Evans Avenue Phi Sigma Della I .':fr,5f.jq ..., 'JE' S55 .i if M ELVI N GOROCHOW Presidenf Berenbaum, Mandel Berlcow. Ben Bershof, Edward Coleman, Jack Cook, Marvin Davidson, Sol Glick, Sylvan Goldfarb, Aaron Gorochow. Melvin Green, Slanford Helsfein, Bernard Leighf, Sidney Fishman, Irving Moslco. Maurice MEMBERS IN THE UNIVERSITY Light Mason Melniclc, Lou Ornsfein, Arr Radelslcy, Harvey Rosen, Abe Rubonslein, Paul Samelson, Arfhur Samuelson, William Sl'1apiro.Jack Schwarfz, Marvin Slrilcer. Belford Tober. Jerome Waldman. Sam PLEDGES Pepper, Marvin Phi Sigma Delta was founded at Columbia University m 1909 Iota Chapter was established at the University of Denver in 1920 Colors: Purple and white Flower: Violet 269 we Iii e.- e,.4 I Jil if in ' n3J we In ' ff: A I Q ' yn P2 ,ag l 46. . 1. sp ' 1' I if I 5 If tx 'I ag, , 1 r- , . N. I 5' S NI s gggvr-Q-ex , - .fk 2 fbi t ' I Wy . 1 U . 1:5 A . . 51-Dfxixgwaq I A U 'A f- I-' If Sm J".:.., ' I 4:-I , x ff- App, Ball, Bobbitt, Bonnicksen Boody, Casey, Christinck DILisio, East, Greear Greene, Hampson, Hart Hartung, Hopkins, Northway Olson, Pearce, I-'fretzschnor Smead, States, Tising, Wood I Gamma Gamma of TW finqv cf .X f 55:53, OFFICERS OF THE ORGANIZATION GEORGE I-IARTUNG .,......,......... President E. CALVIN EAST ................ Vice-President JAMES GREEAR ..................,....... Secretary WILLIAM NORTI-IWAY ............., Treasurer ' K I IV' 5 I IW' -. 'Q ,' ' I I A hh.. ""ll .J. D I H :Epi I , ' sim - ffm? Ifi 1,321 eQ1E!!f '! "S .1 , 2OOI SouI'I'1 York Sfreef 270 Taylor. Theodore Pl Kappa Alpha MEMBERS IN THE FACULTY E U. Bourke Paul Conner I I I GEORGE HARTU NG Presidenl Ball, William H. Boody, Manual Casey, Charles Day, Edward Di Lisio, Charles Easf, Calvin E. Greear, S. James Greene, Leslie M. Harl, I-lerberl' D. Harlung. George W. App, Roberl W. Bobbill, Gerald R. Bonnicksen, William MEMBERS IN THE UNIVERSITY Hopkins, Waller Norlhway. William Olson, Howard D. Pearce. Richard G. O Pfrelzschner, Ben R. Smead, Burlon Slales, Palmer D. Tising, Ray Currier, George Karrer, Guido Sullivan, William PLEDGES Hampson, Lee Robinson, Gene Chrislinck, Leroy Wood, Thomas Pi Kappa Alpha was founded at the University ot' Virginia in 1868 Gamma Gamma chapter was established at the University of Denver In 1924 Colors: Garnet and gold Flower: Lily of the Valley 27I ly V P y .md V. i . an . X . , K I K , ill' :N " 4 ffl I Inq Q41 h N1 , ,,, .. gl , ' L' Y, Colorado Zefa of ng 1 19 J 1 M1 I1 X vi OFFICERS OF THE ORGANIZATION I In , WILLIAM KRIEG ........................ Presidenf 'ushfjf' , .9 I FRED CARLSON .,.............. Vice-Presidenl' mfr, fw yn V A hh WAYNE WILLIAMS ........ ......... S ecrelury I - X - 1,1 BOB TI-IIBODEAU ......,. ,........ T reasurer . t - If 'iv' I: gl x 5 V . J. 3 .. I fy I 41? , ml' ' II: W ef -f f Q :I , I 4 1 ' ., ' , "H , if I III 'I' I ' I ,Eff I , ii' ' xg. X 'Ry Z5 X if I N. , 'll is if I , 3 I, ,:.f.:,g . -. II" if g. 5, Baker, Banks, Bench, Braden, Bucknum, Burns Calloway, Carlson, Charles, Close Fackerell, Henry, Hooe, Johnson Krieg, Mangan, Mizer, Mott Neal, Neldlger, Oruhood, Pepper, Peterson Plgg, Quinn, Rodgers, Spencer, 'Pects Thamer, Thibodeuu, P. Thompson, W. Thompson, E. Van Saun G. Van Snun, Vose, E. Williams, R. NVilllams, W. Williams, Zietz 272 3 I 1 1 J I-"""'5- .1 :I Y N... an 1 Us " -. Q L WX 45-I N .AI ,flfif . KN WIIIII?-zlrlmlllllh I . MII I 1 U. - u ' Lf 2050 SouII1 Gaylord S+ree'I' Sqyna Fdpha ,- Epsdon if QM? MEMBERS IN THE FACULTY Earl Engle George W. Gorrell Granville Johnson WILLIAM KRIEG Presidenl Beaiiie, Norman Bench, Alfred Braden. Tom Brown, Richard Buclcnum, Gilberl Burns. Frank Carlson, Fred Caughey. I. K. Charles, John Ernsi. Roger Glasier, Roberi Henry. Tom Hooe. Harlan Johnson. Joe Kavanagh, AI Krieg. William Mangan. Phil Mizer, Bob Moll, Leroy MEMBE Frosi, Jaclc Anihony, Ben Balmer, Earl Banks. Slanley Callaway, Charles Close, Harland Faclcerell. Ed Hering, Orme MEMBERS IN THE UNIVERSITY Neal, Sianley Neidiger, Clem Pepper, Allan Pelerson. Ari Pigg, Morey Quinn. Ben Reed, Boswell Teeis. John Thamer, Dick Thibodeau, Bob Van Saun, Eberi Van Saun, Glen Vose, James Williams, Allan Williams. Edward Williams, Roger Williams, Wayne Wrighi, Richard Zeiiz. Emil RS OF OTHER CHAPTERS NOT AFFILIATED Ryan. Ed PLEDGES Orahood, Harper Rodgers, Bill Spencer, Jaclc Thompson. Bill Thompson, Paul Townsend, Harry Young, Bill Sigma Alpha Epsilon was founded at University of Alabxmi 1856 Zeta chapter was established at the University of DGHWGI in 1891 Colors: Royal purple and old gold Flower: Violet 273 ns. .Lo 'H-' Q L5 1 w mg sh l liz' A 'J l l l l A E l F., l f r . fi' ii F. - li .M 1 ,VM l . , . 1 Q-I is l ' x ' .. ,Y .,,.-.,, ,. ' wg r-Qfw -aw fy? gs , ,U Scif? -W 1'-'f gil' L .1 I Q l nk, :A ,ft , pf ' if-ig x lc -1 Colorado Be+a of . 1'- -' ' . 5- .i 5 o 5 O 1 2 fiona I Q i' ,Ada Nil MX . OFFICERS OF THE ORGANIZATION V , ROY rzlclcus ................................ President JOE MICHAELSON ...,...... Vice-President JAMES HICKEY ......... .......... S ecreiary , Y ' ' X 1, X P15 fa A , T N 'fit . , " - it l,-. Q-sf' 'nigh' u -' , -' fi ,f -X Q, N ' ff s f ' 1115 ' . an . my Jiffy. P . I l Allen, Biggle, Bruinard, Brow'n V U , Butler, Dannenbuum, Davis , . ,-':'.l'? Dietemunn, Filmer, Hampton 'iff . H55 6 Hickey, Jox'gen,sen, Lamkin - 1' E' ' N xl, W' W' ' Lovell, Michuelsen, Mitchell, Rickus 5 ::'iyQ,llwg,v'l"wlwll ' L ' Ryerson, Schwulm, Serafln, Shelby ' 1 f 'Mr i 7? Smiley. Strong. Tait, Well U ' :ff ffliw llc, llllw 'f'Il'f, 1 hm. ' P, , I, M441 N ,ill ,, 4,5111 hh, r l lg ' Mlm. N ,W We F g-,,. srmv ull .,,, ' 1wH""""- -2 1-Wx' " xl. " ' ' ,,g9gE3wQs2m,lv1l5wb -' - ' A-I dag' I 1939 Easl' Evans Avenue Sigma Phi Epsilon Q ' MEMBERS IN THE FACULTY R. G. Guslavson C. L. Herzog W. H. Hyslop C. M. Knudson G. A. Warfield I a'. L, I I I I. i. I . . ROY R ICKUS Presidenl Allen, Winton Biggle, Laurence Boydslon. Fred Brainerd, David Brown, Roberl Bu+Ier, Ferd Carlson, Stanley Daniels, Bruce Dannenbaum, George Dielemann, Allan Epfing, Richard Filmer. Mason Davis, Waller Drobnilch, Alex Gilbert Earl Lamkin, Richard MEMBERS IN THE UNIVERSITY I-lamp+on, Howard Hickey, James Jorgensen. Richard Lovell, Russell Michaelsen, Joe Rickus, Roy Ryerson, Ray Schwalm. George Serafin, Allred Smiley, Melville Strong, Sheldon Taylor, Travis Well, Robert PLEDGES Mifchell, Gordon Rossi, Ernesl Shelby. Berl Tail, William Young, Roland Sigma Phi Epsilon was founded at University of Richmond in 1902 Colorado Beta was established at the University of Denver ln 1913 Colors: Red and purple Flowers: Red Rose and Violet 275 I v ni 4 -. ' X' I 5 -9, R1 xy I H 3 ' -f I l. if 4' . yf W-I I N. Y' I N7 'I .ggifgf cw , g,I8fC1ifg4 i Q I if . .1 'LVA S? ' . , ii, mf afia'fZv',2i:9!,f"i.,' I . Ainlay, Aird, Alcnius, Bach, Baldwin, Beatty Bennett, Berbert. Boyd, Cresswell DiLisio, Dunn, Ely, Ferrel Gray, Hoffman, Holben, Jenks King, Leonard, Mangan, Marlowe Mayo, Miller, Mintener. Myhre Niblo, Owen, Parfet, Pigg Colorado Be+a of LTTE? A . IIA MJ. OFFICERS OF THE ORGANIZATION EARL BEATTY ..,........................... Presidenf CHESTER CRESSWELL ...... Vice-Presidenf ORIN SMITH .........................,...... Secrefary RALPH MINTENER ...... .......... T reasurer as '45-.ILE I A Place, Reiter, Roelofs, Stockton, Ver Lee, Zarini , L ' , I 1 ' 'V 'I .IA -I rl' 276 '-L-is L " IMI I II 'H'--2 "DWI" "'ff!'aI'. g,f::m,,,, ., Taj I " i. .,., , I f If I "" 1 JI ,' ji, Ii In III' MII " yziul ,E r III Q AJ , I 'f - 'II' A, I 860 Logan S+ree+ MEMBERS IN THE UNIVERSITY MEMBERS IN THE FACULTY E. U. Rourke F. Carmichael C. W. Collins Paul Connor D. Shaw Duncan Louis Linch Percy Locey C. Onsfoff Gera Robe G. A R. H A. H ld Pefers rf Slandard . Warfield . Wolcoff . Wood EAR L BEATTY Presidenf Ainlay, Forresl Alenius, Gunnar Bailey, Charles Baldwin, Clauden Beaiiy, Earl Campbell, Anfhony Clark, Roberf Cresswell, Chesfer DiLisio, Charles Ely, Jack Ferrel,'Dale Holben. Harlow Aird, Gordon Anderson, Ralph Bach, Frederick Bennerf, Sherman Berberf, Paul Boyd, Lloyd Dunn, Thomas Fleischaur. Kenne+h Gray. Harold Harmer, Harold Hoffman, Jean Holmes, Edward Hosig, Ralph Lauday, William Jenks. Dean King, Bernard King, Conover Leonard, Harvey Mangan, Philip Mayo, Ralph Miller, Andrew Minlener, Ralph Myhre, Clarence Smifh, Orin Srocldon, Alvin Zarini, Charles PLEDGES Marlowe, Ernesf Niblo. Winfield Owen, Roberl Parfet Glenn 'Pigg, Morris Place, Clarence Reiler, Charles Roberfs, John Roelofs, Harvey Trudgian, Theron Vandemoer. John VerLee. Jack Weiss, Thomas Alpha Kappa, Psi was founded at New York Unxvelsitv in 1304 Colorado Beta chapter was established at the University t Denver in 1910 Colors: Gold and navy blue Flower: Chrysanthemum 277 , , f I , We ' ' sp. 'il Z I , ,V . . W wht N fl . ,X I, r g C, 'Lx F f ,ia A V -f " ,asa X gf, x 'Af K1 lg-. , if lisa' -- " 5 W 5' M 23i?'l"l'll 'L' I " T"':ffV4I'f 32 gif? IX , . 5 , , 9 51' in ' F , .,,24 ,Q . - " Y W ifi'- f'. I , x Anderson, Brosh, Dragieff Gelder, Grant Hendrickson, Jacobs, Kidder Rudolph, Squires, Tanner Urlch, Warner, Wilson Alpha Nu of DeH'a Sigma Pi ,N ' - A , 1 4' 125' I N'-DJ , 'QQ' 4 II YO , Tjllk' Qlwx V lr' 'Q "-we-feeefi' "'-sixfsivf' Delta Sigma Pl was founded at New' York University in 1907 Alpha Nu chapter was established at the University of Denver in 1925 !7olm's.' Old gold and royal purple Flower: Red Rose OFFICERS OF THE ORGANIZATION NORMAN I-IENDRICKSON ...... President WALLACE ANDERSON ..,. Vice-President WARREN TANNER .,....... .,...... S ecrelary ROYAL GELDER ...... ........ T reasurer MEMBERS IN THE FACULTY E. A. Zelliot E. Grosvenor Plowman MEMBERS IN THE UNIVERSITY Anderson, Wallace McKis-sack, Thomas Gelder, Royal Grant, Clarence Hendrickson, Norman Jacobs, William Kidder, Maynard Squires, Lewis Tanner, Warren Uriah, Vvarren Varner, Gurney Wilson, Ralph PLEDGES Bostick, 'Pony llrosh, Frederick Carroll, Frank Dragieff, Paul Gardner, Lowell Ham, Leon Harcourt. John Hartman, Charles Johnson, Robert Neiklrk, Russell Palmer, Edward Rudolph. George DEPARTMENTAL QRGANIZATICDNS Adams, Armstronfr, Barkley, Berenbaum, Bloom Boyd, Bradley, Brown, Casey Cook, Corske, Fallon, Fishman, Fuller Goldfarb, Haines, Hass, Lovell, Marcus Michaelsen, Myers, O'Dell, Radetsky, Rosenthal Saks, Schaetzel, Soltese, Staples, Thomas Vex' Lee, Walker, Well, Weller, Wyatt 280 Della Lambda Sigma Skull and Gavel OFFICERS ALBERT ROSENTHAL ..,.,...,.,..... President JOSEPH L. MICHAELSEN ........ Vice-Pres. MAUDE J, WALKER .................. Secretary CHARLES R. CASEY ...........,...... Treasurer ROGER H. WOLCOTT .......................... r of the Seal I MEMBERS IN THE UNIVERSITY gl ww -Th ASSOCIATE jx Bradfield, George E. Hession, Francis R. ' Brown, Richard P. Hindry, Hayes R. IIFJEI Bu++on, Clarence W. Jarvis. Francis W. MEMBERS IN THE FACULTY Odis H. Burns Slephen H. Har? Gordon W. Johns+on John E. Lawson Thompson G. Marsh Julian P. Nordlund Roger H. Wolcoll HONORARY MEMBERS Governor Edwin C. Johnson, Colorado Dr. Francis W. Shepardson, Granville, Ohio Cohen, Henry Y. Delaney, Charles W., Jr Drexler, Sfanley L. Garrison, Franklin D. George, Ora H. Glasier, Roberr A. Goodslein, Hyman Graham, George S. Adams, Marvin T. Armsirong, George R. Barkley, Frances M. Berenbaum, Mandel Bloom, Lillian F. Boyd, John P. Bradley. Norman E. Brown, Tozier Brunies, Thomas H. Casey, Charles R. Clin'I', Thomas C. Cook, Marvin V. Corske, Alberf J. Fallon, Peggy Fishman, Irving L. Fuller, C. Dale Goldlarb, Aaron H. Grover, Charles E. Haines, Charles H., Jr. Hass, C. Glen . Hun+, Ru'l'h Linkow, Irving Lewis, William H. Melnick. Louis Schwarfz. Marvin A. Silverslein, Harry S.. Jr. Sullivan, William M. Walker, J. Randolph, Jr Williams, Edwin A. ACTIVE Lovell, Russell E. Marcus. Samuel R. Michaelsen, Joseph L. Myers, Daniel B. Nance, James M. O'Dell, Forres+ Radeisky, Harvey M. Ris, William K. Rosenrhal. Alberf Ryland, John F. Saks, Lillian S. Schaelzel, Eugene V. Solfese, Michael W. Slaples, Harry B. Thomas, Alfred R. Thursion, Chesrer W.. Jr Ver Lee. Jay Walker, Maude J. Well, Roberl' H. Weller, Gayle H. Wya+'l, David C. , Skull and Gavel, honorary pre-legal fraternity, was founded at University of Denver in 1933 Colors: Old rose and silver Flower: Orchid 28 I , o 0 . rx A I I e I I fmII " , , O ,, ! . I I i 35 " as Qi, I I V . -N t 1 , , - 1 qs. . f V . . . 'zblgm I h , I Breck, Butz Dee, Geyer, Gordon III AI Harvey, Hays, Held, Kelly Luckner, Lewis, Luebke, Mack Martin, Mayer, Merritt, Musselman Nelson, Newmeyer, Oliver, Peck, A. Saks, Schactzel, Schroder, Schultz Setvin, Stapleton, States, Strawn, NVhite Due Lushgen DeuI'scI1en OFFICERS OF THE ORGANIZATION ELEANORE BUTZ ........................ President BILL MARTIN ......,..,.,.,........ Vice-President GERTRUD LUEBKE .,................,. Secretary EUGENE SCHAETZEL ................ Treasurer yy, . r' -- ...,--qyagfi' ff :: '-54.3 if rw f " -:ff QV , .,a.J' 5 X1 MEMBERS IN THE FACULTY Elizabelln Faclcf W. F. Lueloke Edifh V. Moore Anne Grace Wir'r Bealrice Young Brecls. A. Du Ponl Bull, Eleanor Dee, Margueri+e Ellis, Cafherine Gard, Eve Gyer. Clarence Gordon. William Harf, W. Beverly Harvey. Carol Hays. Lenoree Held, Evelyn Kelly. Mary T. Kleisl, Herberl Laclcner, Doroflwy Lalcusla, Irma Lalcus'I'a, Olga Lewis, Be'I"I'y Lueblce. Gerfrud Mack. Barbara MEMBERS IN THE UNIVERSITY Marlin, William Mayer, William Merri++, Henry Musselman. CI1arIoHe Nelson. Elsie Newmeyer, Janice Oliver, Margarel Peck. Alice Pelrie. Sophia Saks. Eugene Schaelzel, Lillian Scl1roder,Tl1yra Sclnulfz. Clara Schumann, Lee Selvin, Margie Sfaplelon. James Slafes, Palmer Slewarf, Lewis Slrawn, Mariorie While. Marlha Alice Die Lustigen Deutschen, organization for the study of the German language, was founded at the University of Denver in 1902, and reestablished in 1931 Colors: Black, white, and red 283 r I I 1 X r AI EJ I L-4 ll 'I in I I I Mf?2QIqzw rss! 4 ll . y. cw ' I' ii? QI ig. 'gm 13335 4 mg? " fwf M' . -J -..'-'rf .. W ff , .'l'I ff .Ya 2' JW? K I 1' ' I -4 If, ,X ,W I 2 1 ,. , "Q 1-.2 I wa., W . lfglfgif NI. VL. K W,-I :J I A .7 ffm- ri .I All ,, , ii' 5 FN .al V I .Il K, , 9 M. V E -w 'nw , .aa.,.,,, P y lim f , I , n,,. 5, 4 L. Ii-. 9 25 N H, f' 1 l if QV gi 2 ii Q. ,E 6 , Z? L , Q I If ' YQ 'z Z. fr- , I I IE 6.1 rs. I, w ' ,wir- ': all V Q . ' 'Lff " ifaf 5 Adams, Allen, Bailey, Barry Binns, Eller, Evans Gordon, Grounds, Hackethal Harries, Hays, Kullman Kuxhausen, Lardner, Lyons, Mahnocl Mulmsten, Mead, Metcalf, Pollard Reddish. Rider, Schmidt, Strong Drama Club OFFICERS OF TI-IE ORGANIZATION JAMES BINNS ......l...........,......... Presidenf BETTY POLLARD .........,,..... Vice-Presidenf FLORENCE LYONS ...,... ,,........ S ecre+ary CHARLES BARRY ........ .....,. T reasurer X-j -f1X- Allen. Winton Adams, Frankie Bailey, Mary Elizabeth - ffl -, Barry, Charles Binns. James Carlson, Stanley Gordon, William MEMBER IN THE FACULTY Gfounds- Mefgvfel Marlon P Robinson I-lackethal, Desmond I-larries, Helen Hays, Lenore Kullman, Belly Kuxhausen, Marlha MEMBERS IN THE UNIVERSITY Lardner, Jean Lyons, Florence Mahood, Dorolhy Malmslen. Virginia Mead. Charles Melcall, Elmer Moore, Glenn Parson, Dorothy Pollard. Betty Reddish, Forrest Rider, Robert Schmidl, Carl Slrong, Sheldon PLEDGES Eller, William Evans, William Philhour, Charles The Drama Club, honorary dramatic arts organization was founded at the University of Denver in 1907 Colors: Blue and gold Flower: Yellow Tea Rose 285 I Y. I . 'I N U" .I Y' I- f ,' FF , , ., n S. TQ- 'fsl ' I ffl ' . Ei'- 1' -V5 I 1 -f I1 ' f ' .A K ,,,.x,. 55,1 V r . f , I T J .- n - - , - 1, T' gf: - . , I - - ' 1 .I :I ff' Y ,4 I' ' ' Tv' ' I 'Al ."X"3' W7 . . I 55" ,I I ' I I 'T I ' '. . ,, , 1 R. f - I. I' 'I' , S ., J 2 We ' E X ,. U 54 , W M F .. ' f Fi, ' ,., I I k A ' 4 " Z' 'Q I . " Y 'F U v V 'N T, , if A If I ' 'K'4 . 1 if ,V LL-1' K K A A' . I T - M I ' - ' V- L v 6 , V , K . , T ,Pj 54 A ' ., 'Q H Eflfii ' - I 1195 - U, Q wvvu A . I , . JA, I , A , T"5V , ' I - . I ff- ' , i I WT? I ' Adams, Baker, Buka., Clark, Cooper Dee, Duer, Freeman, Gibson, Gordon Gunderson, Hamilton, Harries, Hill, Horr Ingram, Johnson, Jolllfffe, Jones, Law Little, Mauro, McCool, McNa1'y, Munroe Oakes, Priess, Shwayder, Sharp, Straub Swerdfeger, Syler, Vagnino, Walker, Young' v 6 ff f' '5 f , A M, I N? J .W , w I , x X , Qi' A T W 'iiggg ,Q lf A 286 I 1 Parakeei' Pep Club OFFICERS OF THE ORGANIZATION MARY ALICE LITTLE ....,............. Presidenl' FRANKIE ADAMS ............., Vice-Presideni' GARLAND MUNROE ,.,........,.... Secrefary MARGARET GORDON ,............. Treasurer I IIIIII I MEMBERS IN THE FACULTY Mabel S. Rilling Jane F. HunI' Adams. Frankie Baker. Genevieve Bernslein. Doroihy Buka. Maxine Clark. Ca+herine Cooper. Be+fy Dee, Marguerife Duer. Hazel Freeman, Elnora Gibson. Kafherine Gordon, Margarel' Gunderson, Mary Hamilion. Jane Harries. Helen Hill. Ruamie Horr, Mary Helen Ingram. Grace Johnson, Dorofhy Jolliffe, Jean Jones. Helen MEMBERS IN THE UNIVERSITY Lawrence, Kafherine Law, Ione LiHIe, Mary Alice Mauro. Caroline McCooI. Gerfrude McNary, MarI'I'Ia Munroe. Garlancl Oakes, Be+'ry Priess, Norma Shwayder, Dorofhy Sharp, Carol Smi+I'I, Frances Sfraub. Lucille Swerdfeger. Margaref Syler. Mary Vagnino, Dolly Vail. Cafherine Walker, Virginia Young. Evelyn Parakeets, women's honorary pep organization, was founded at the University of Denver in 1926 Colors: Crimson and gold Flqwer: Yellow Chrysanthemum 287 r I I 5 II A yllll I, I II Il I I I I I I I I I I I I I II I I I I I I II I, II 'I 'I I I I II II 1: I I I yl I 'I I I I I I A I I II II I, AVN xv J I JI ' 0 . lx I! I I ,' ,-Q 'L ,, I . , I 'I 1 I N I .N -a ' iii V, , , V 5 'JJ 't v ,- et Q A K j G f - ' 'L Q, . X 'hdtv' V I 9 f -' " I L "I ' , W" I , F1 Ili? I' 'T lj xi? QE? ff? W 2 sf 1 J M, 7 , ZIEIIIIEII . . II M, - .4 .'f fr , -1- . xi .. - ' ' ,. , . . ' f-'1I5Ik'Y'f:7 ' I Y.:-' ' . - .rf 'wg' -2 4, ,. '4 L, C5511 ' A' I' fx , I V 15.3 :II ' I f I, A. , H Q ,,,,,J . MY' I ' f "tri I I, V r' l A -Y v fg ,, 1 5 vi ., I .. , , 'Iii , , J .1. . xx' ' , ifATLVPQEIHQ,:"ff32jLf'T:'5- W 1 I W, I ,I , , , .ji I M fe we-f YV In A it I I 'U . 3 ' fr, 7,2 7 ' . 2 ' ,V 5 . I 2 'I Aj 4 ' i - ' Q ' .. I ' Q. v. .- . ... ,.', ,..u.., . . .',A , '. . ,,, tofu... J' I-Lv: Akin, Angel, Binns, Block, Boslough, Bradley Buchanan, Butler, Cormack, Cotter Dreyer, Ernst, Freeman, Funk, Gibson Goodman, Gorochow, Granger. C. Hansen, S. Hanson Harper, Hays, Hill, Hopper, Jennings Johnson, Lauter, Layton, Mauro, McFadden Nesbitt, Newmann, Oakes, Osborne, Rosenthal Samclson, Sharp, Stovall. Uhl, WVz11l, Wood 288 Press Club OFFICERS OF THE ORGANIZATION HAROLD OSBORNE .................. President FRANCES NESBITT ............ Vice-President RUAMIE HILL .......... Recording Secretary KATHERINE GIBSON ...... Corr. Secretary MELVIN GOROCI-IOW ............ Treasurer rg? I if MEMBERS IN THE FACULTY L. J. Davidson Earl E. Engle John E. Lawson Akin. June Angel, Mary Binns. James Block, Leo Boslough. Milfon Bradley. Sefh Buchanan, Roberi' Bufler, Ferd Cormaclc, Roberf Co+'rer, Jack Dreyer. Mary Ernst Ru+h Freeman. Elnora Fuller, Marrha Funk, Dororhy Gibson. Karherine Goodman, John Gorochow, Melvin Granger, Shirley Hansen, Cafherine Hanson, Shirley Harper, Roberr Hays. Lenore Herzog. Charles MEMBERS IN THE UNIVERSITY Hill. Ruamie I-Iopper, Roberr Jennings, Bernice Johnson. Bearrice Kauvar. Abraham Laurer, Shirley Layron. Carolyn Mainland. Jean Mauro. Carolyn McFadden, Weldon Nesbi++, Frances Newmann, Roswell Oakes, Be++y Osborne, Harold Rosenfhal, Alberr Samelson, Arfhur Sharp. Carol Sfoulifer, Florence S+ovell, Be++y Uhl. Marie Wall. Elsie Wood, Eleanor Yelm, Berry Press Club, honorary journalistic organization, was founded at the University of Denver in 1922 Colors: Red and black 289 324' X- 4 ry' Y J 171. fx., , ,Q I 1 4 xl f'W w' V J x I . ff iw.. ,S . HV s W " x , Q my EEF: f l' V 'aff' fu, 4-7' .skin we I eff , ' "lf fliriflifxifl ' s ' ' L ' g e . f H, ? 1 W, ' QQ 'R 57 ' ' 1, 1.-v .f ,Q 4' gg, +L, Lf ' ' ' " . ., 1 - . A .' i ff I , . x "' Q 'Q' XY! . , , A iii 5 A N' f, 'HV Q 1 5 . 'L' 1 ,4 as . Ak T A - l 'Q 'l , I V511 . K 5 -,A , , gf 11, . X ii s E 'V I." ,Q f' Y -Q, , 8 'N 41 ,lim 1 . - r Q ' , 4 ,,.. W H . N , i, Adams, Akin, Angel, Baker, B., Baker, G. Bernstein, Bevan, Bigelow, Brownlee Campbell, Carlyon, De Bell, Dee, Dixon Dobbins, Feldman, Flgliolino, Foster, Fynn Gordon, L., Gordon. M., Greenberg, Gross, Haefell Hansen, Harvey, Helnsohn, I-Iorr, Howe Jolllffe, Jones, K., Jones, S., Justls, Kallgren 290 Women's A+hle+ic OFFICERS OF THE ORGANIZATION MARGARET GORDON .............. Presidenf ANGELINE FlGLlOLlNO..Vice-Presidenf BERITH SCHRODER ...........,,..,., Secrefary MARTHA ALICE WHITE .......... Treasurer Associafion MEMBERS IN THE FACULTY Mabel Rilling Jane Hunf Membership on nexi page 14 , 'EQ' Q v . I 3' " . 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Alice Bigelow, Frances Brownlee, Florence Campbell, Maida Carlyon, Marian DeBelI. Josephine Dee. Marguerite Dixon, Doroihy Dobbins. Beatrice Feldman, Dorolhy Figliolino, Angeline Foster, Mary E. Fynn, Miriam Gordon, Lucia Gordon, Margaref Greenberg. Faye Gross, Geneva Haefeli. Eslher I-lansen, Catherine I-Iarvey, Carol I-Ieinsohn, Ernesline I-lorr, Mary Helen Howe, Cornelia I-Iun+, Ruth Jolliiie, Jean Jones, Kathleen Jones, Shirley JusI'is, Beth MEMBERS IN THE UNIVERSITY Kallgren, Gwendolyn Kisler, Mary Elizabelh Klopie, Louise Korsoslci. Josephine Laclcner, Verna Laufer, Shirley Lewis, Belly Lloyd, Katherine Maloney, Belly Manning, Gerlrude Mariacher, Catherine McCuIchen, Margaret McKil+riclc, Josephine Munroe, Garland Musselman, Charloiie Norman, Bertha Norman, Maxine Parisi, Frances Rashbaum, Mollie Roberis, Dorothy Schaeizel, Barbara Shannon, Virginia Sharp, Carol Schroder, Beriih Smernoif, Ediih Sloll, June Slranslcy, Louise Strong, Margaref Swerdieger, Margaret Syler, Mary Tomita. Yone Troll, Jean Wall, Elsie Watkins, Roberia Weflengel, Lillie White, Martha Alice Wiclcslrom, Lillian Young, Elizabeth 292 Women's Alhlelic Associalion "W. A. A.," women's honorary athletic organization, was founded at the University of Denver in 1924 Colors: Red and white Alpha Nu I '1 ia. 'I g' .A I .I I . QM, Alpha Nu, honorary astronomical fra.- ternity, was founded in 1928 Beta chapter established at the Unl- versity of Denver, 1929 Colors: Black and gold Flower: VVhlte Aster OFFICERS OF THE ORGANIZATION GEORGE W. MCCORMICK ,... President EUGENE SCI-IAETZEL .....,.. Vice-President SOPHIA C. PETRIE ......... ......,, S ecrefary THYRA SCI'-IRODER ...... ......... T reasurer MEMBER IN THE FACULTY Albert W. Recht R. E. Nyswander MEMBERS IN THE UNIVERSITY Boslough, Milton Nerhood, Franc Cloud, Mrs. Robert Petrie, Sophia Ellis, Mabel B. Schaetzel, Eugene Erickson, Carl J. Schorr, Frances M. Harper, Robert D. Schroder, Thyra Williams, Evelyn ALPHA CHAPTER Jacobs, William L. Manns, John PLEDG-ES Armeling, Ruth Kallgren, Bartlett, Thomas Gwendolyn Bruggeman, John Kepler, Evelyn Cormack, Robert McIntosh, Fred Dreycr, Mary McIntosh, Gladys E. Evans, Cecelia Merrick, F. Louise Fields, Dorothy Stephenson, Filmer, W. Mason Marjorie Hoover, Elizabeth Strong, Margaret Jones, Kathleen Vandemoer, Jean Wall, Elsie .. r I M R Nu r ,QS ' 2, 1 , u. , .Q I. t QR ffm- gr at U Q 1 fs . I .I :i,i!,5,A N er , A ix' IL ea Q - 'I 'T'-.v r -'rlsfmeg 6. -' , N1 Sl:- ' 11 ,5 ' - ' I , , . 'Y - 4- ' I Y ' A ,, . , - ...,- Q., Bartlett, Boslough, Cor-mack Dreyer, Evans Filmer, Harper, Hoover Jones, Kallgren, Kepler McIntosh, F., McIntosh, G., Merrick Nerhood, Schaetzel, Schorr Schrodei, Strong, Vandemoer, Wall ! . , ,S-rt"'Q"G D5 . I s, sf! ii 1: ' 4 If ' is L NJ, I I v I 1 by EQ , 1 67 Q . fC' Duval, Funk, Gittlngs Herzog, Horr Lackner, Lubchenco, Moreland Norton, Patten Riggs, Syler, Truby Alpha Sigma Chi Alpha Sigma Chi, women's honorary chemical fraternity, was founded at the University of Denver ln 1921 Colors: Lavender and Yellow OFFICERS OF THE ORGANIZATION MARGARET MORELAND .......... President ANNA MARIE DUVAI. ...... Vice-President ZOE RIGGS ................................ Secretary MARGARET MEYER ..... .......... T reesurer MEMBER IN TI-IE FACULTY Essie White Cohn MEMBERS IN THE UNIVERSITY Bowden, Vesta, Lubchenco, Lula Duval, Anna Marie Martlnsen, Fern Funk, Dorothy Meyer, Margaret Gittings, Helen Moreland, Margaret Griffin, Mildred Norton, Ruth Handleman, Irene Patten, Pauline Hawthorne, Louise Riggs, Zoe Herzog, Mildred Syler, Mary Horr, Mary Helen Truby, Marjory Lackner, Dorothy Alpha Zeta Pi I Alpha Zeta Pi, National Honorary Romance Language fraternity, was founded at the University of Denver ln 1917 Colors: Royal Purple and Gold Flower: Violet OFFICERS OF THE ORGANIZATION BERNICE GIBBONS .................... President CHARLINE BIRKINS .......... Vice-President CATHERINE CLARK ...... ...,,... S ecretary LOIS OWENS ............ ......... T reasurer MEMBERS IN Benecia Batione Essie Cohn Ruth Holzman Rose Mahoney Thompson Marsh Anne G1' TH E FACU LTY Albert Recht E. B. Renaud C. E. Werling In-one Winter- botham ace Wirt MEMBERS IN THE UNIVERSITY Anthony, Corrine Birklns, Charllne Clark, Catherine Eggeman, Helen Foster, Mary E. Gibbons, Bernice Good, Laura. Jane Hayutin, Peryle Hufnagel, Agnes Klopie, Louise Little, Mary Alice Maloney, Betty Nesbitt, Frances Newmeyer, Janice Nyswancler, Virginia Owens, Lois Parisi, Frances Peck, Alice Peck, Kate Phillips, Ruth Schmidt, Karl Smernoff, Edith Vazquez, Diamantina Vazquez, Elflda Viland, Lillian Won-mingtrm, Marie ,ah W, 4 . , 6- J., T , Q v 'KAW H V , " - fs. 1 . W T X V 932. ' .f L . if h WF .' 5, ii, , ' .. X I 'A x I I M ,H M F, I . ' ' " 1 6 I ? Q -5- .m ",i -e e e 1.- Ex t "1 sl" I ' I 1 , f, ,-2 - . an .,. , yr A . -me . " 'ao -- 7 . , at I Anthony, Blrkins, Clark Eggeman, Foster, Gibbons Good, I-Iufnagel, Klople Little, Maloney, Nesbitt Newmeyer, Nyswander, Owens Peck, A., Peck, K., Phillips Schmidt, Smernoff, Vazquez, NVormington 295 19 I 1,1 V . Lf. 'ZY 4 I r 'ffm' 39:5 X J, if I F . We f? 3. , 4 any 'fl I' v :el -3-Nh A ,-. . at , .fag-ill Il bl 9334 mf' I I-vig 1 QM ,- - . '56 I, fill 'Cv wx, , A fs 173 ,uf-ze, E li I' "I , ,V N al! 573.51335 iff IGNIQ? i? if fx: 5' 'ci W 5 ' ' :ggi 'G ',q,.?5g.f ' ,feb ,IQ 5 Wait 'I 05" l IW' ' .Q , 4 1 v -.1 was ya ,Q we I3 is 'E 2 ft ,N If 31 QQ liz If I A 1, 9, ra .,.', -. v,, I , Akin, Andrews, Anthony, Baird Brundlge, Bucknum, Cotter Espy, Kimbrough, Noar Osborne, Smead, B., Smead, C., Smead, J. Staples, Waldman, White, Wormlngton American College Quill Club Rad Rune, University of Denver Chap- ter, founded in 1920 Colors: Black and White Flower: Pansy OFFICERS OF THE ORGANIZATION JACK COTTER ........................ Chancellor DR. L. J. DAVIDSON ...... Vice-Chancellor GWENDOLYN WHITE .................... Scribe BURTON SMEAD ........................ Treasurer MEMBERS IN THE FACULTY Eva. Williams L. J. Davidson MEMBERS IN THE UNIVERSITY Akin, June Andrews, Katharyn Anthony, Corrine Baird, Dorothy Brundlge, Lenore Bucknum, Gilbert Buehler, Jean Cotter, .Tack Duval, Jane Espy, Bernice Gard, Eve Hawthorne, Louise Jessup, Genevieve Kimbrough, Elizabeth N oar, Florence Osborne, Harold Smead, Burton Smead, Cophlne Smead, J ulia. Staples, Harry Waldman, Sam White, Gwendolyn . , Wormington, Marie American Management A.ssocia'Iion N55 f l."- '7 '-,... ,N The American Management Associa- tlon, for junior business execu- tives, was founded at the Univer- sity ot' Denver in 1930 OFFICERS OF THE ORGANIZATION ANDREW MILLER ...................... President HARLAN HOLBEN .................... Secrefary WALLACE ANDERSON ........,... Treasurer MEMBERS IN THE FACULTY F. J. Carmichael E. C. Plowman MEMBERS IN THE UNIVERSITY Alenius, Gunnar Davidson, Sol Almada, Octavio DiLi.sio, Charles Anderson, Wallace Gorochow, Melvin Barmettler, Chas. Hartung, George Beatty, Earl Holben, Harlan Bradley, Seth Mangan, Philip Clark, Robert Mayo, Ralph Cramer, Davis Miller, Andrew Cresswell, Chester Nlblo, Winfield Schayer, Charles 5'lf'L'? . ' "if , . 3 ,,,,,. gglgiyi ff r..,,4 Alenius, Almada, Anderson Beatty, Bradley, Cramer Cresswell, Davidson, Gorochow Hartung, Holben, Mangan Mayo, Miller, Nlblo 4 ' ,Q Q if , sv- f E E A I L 6,1 . T , I X' f, , ' ,. 1 I I Q..,.I f A -"tt Qu 5 if U, aa. I - ' , ,ii-1 6 2. .- - , as - L, . '. ' Y .4 1 . ' 4, . E l' , . ,y -' O 'Mix I if -.- ' ,,,- V' V.-at ,PN N' 3 1' ,ff -. Q 451 211 F ' T' 4 .A ' xl' if I- - A .1 ' ' ,. . I I I 1 A ' Akin, Angel, Bishop, Dreyer, Ernst Frakes, Funk, Gardner Gibson, Granger, Hansen, C. Hanson, S., Hays, Herrington Hicks, Hill, Jennings, Johnson Lauter, Linda, Mauro, Nesbitt Oakes, Shea, Slckman, Stephenson, Wall Coed Journalisis ' . v"'IF'.e1:-z:-1 ,,-3 :Lvl- -'::f iff ff' ' 'vm I .. '-'Q ' 1 f . X. -lT1 'D '-.L ff Coed Journalists was founded at the University oi' Denver in 1 933 Colors: Those of Red and Black Ink OFFICERS OF THE ORGANIZATION CAROLYN MAU RO .................. President SHIRLEY LAUTER ,............. Vice-President FRANCES NESBITT ..... ......... S ecrefary MEMBER IN THE FACULTY Beatrice Young MEMBERS IN THE UNIVERSITY Akin, June Angel, Mary Bishop, Mrs. F. D. Dreyer, Mary Ernst, Ruth Frakes, Frances Funk, Dorothy Gardner, Alice Jane Gibson, Katherine Granger, Shirley Hansen, Catherine Hanson, Shirley Hawthorne, Louise Hays, Lenore Weill, Herrington, Jane Hicks, Helen Hill, Ruamie Jennings, Bernice Jolmson, Beatrice Lauter, Shirley Linda, Frances Mauro. Carolyn Nesbitt, Frances Oakes, Betty Shea, Martha Sickman, Helen Stephenson, Murjory Stouffer, Florence Elsie College Poelry SocieI'y CO1 ll' IP! Ill UNH . - A my I 'Sl I? II' .. xg IIA in I' College Poetry Society was founded at Ohio University in 1920' University of Denver Chapter was established in 1931 Color: Silver Flower: Daisy OFFICERS OF THE ORGANIZATION MARIE WORMINGTON .......... Presidem' RUTH NORTON ................ Vice-President DOROTH EA GREENE ............................ ..................................Secre+ary-Treasurer ELIZABETH KIMBROUGH ............ Scribe MEMBERS IN THE FACULTY Gladys C. Bell Eva Williams Alice M. Clark Anne Wlrt W. F. Luebke Beatrice Young Marion P. Robinson MEMBERS IN THE UNIVERSITY Bayless, Talma Kimbrough, Bucknum, Gilbert Elizabeth Buehler, Jean Merrick, Louise Campbell, Carl Morse, A. Reynolds Clint, Thomas Norton, Ruth Duval, Margaret Pollard, Betty Jane Potts, Robert Gibson, Katherine Reese, Virginia Gordon, Sophia St. John, Sirion Greene, Dorothea Walker, Pearl Hawthorne, Louise Wormington, Marie Johnson, Dorothy Bayless, Bucknum, Gibson Gordon, Greene Johnson, Kimbrough Merrick, Norton, Pollard St. John, Walker, Wormlngton ,- ss ,mf 1 4 I 6 Almada, Baxter Cochran, Dixon Johnson, Look Merrick, Patton Velasquez, Ward, Wilkinson 300 Cosmopolitan Cosmopolitan Club was founded at the University of Denver in 1926 Colors: Yellow and White Flower: Narcissus OFFICERS OF THE ORGANIZATION HERBERT E. KLEIST .................... President WILLIAM NORDEN .......... Vice-President ERMA DIXON .................,...,....., Secretary DIAMANTINA VAZQUEZ A,......,.,,,.,.,.,, ,. Secretary HELEN PATTON ............ AIumni Secretary LOUISE MERRICK ...................... Treasurer MEMBERS IN THE FACULTY Dr. and Mrs. F. W. Dickinson Fay Jackson Eva Williams MEMBERS IN THE UNIVERSITY Allen, David Almadu, Octavio Orr, Patricia Osler, Katherine Merrick, Louise Armeling, Ruth Baxter, Catherine Padula, Carmella Campbell, Carl Pascua, Eleuterio Cochran, Mary Gabriel Jane Patton, Helen Dixon, Erma Roe, Harry Gard, Eve Garner, Jennie Glnes, Anacleto Gordon, William Stanley, Evelyn Taylor, Travis Vazquez, Diamantina Johnson, Beatrice Velasquez, Relnalda Ward, Mary Weber, Paul Max Kleist, Herbert Look, Henry Marx, Ruth Wilkinson, Justus Delta Chi Ry? 4 ,VV .VV V V . V. - f v"- P'-E I. . It " . . -5 ,,,, TI LZ' T- A' '- f T-1f , '. HV, 3 ..,1j1?ii:g KT5'fTI' V ...Vi ,.,VV .V V ., , .y Q V I Delta Chi, honorary chemical frater- kdffu' 6'-I ,f ' Tl' 'I nity, was founded at the Univer- iii ' kj: f sity of Denver in 1905 , - A - Colors: Red and White IX OFFICERS OF THE ORGANIZATION I "if -nr ' SFF., I. . BRYM ER WILLIAMS ..,,.,,........... President ,' sgfli- . 'C , 'W' KENNETH EINI4 ................ Vice-President I ,E ff gf lg -F? A 5. MONTGOMERY HEARON ......., Secreary , I . I CARL SWANSON ...................... Treasurer I A V MEMBERS IN TI-IE FACULTY A Q , E J V, i.. ' .ff 'If ' I . 3 I Q- " Byron Cohn E. A. Engle " J' ag 'V ' gi g , Fred D'Amour W. D. Engle , IEW, If ' me If R. G. Gustavson C. N. Knudson I V A.. C. Nelson 4 VJ ' MEMBERS IN THE UNIVERSITY A ,ff ' . Alcher. John Hoffman, John 'W I ' T ' Bershof, Edward Keleher, Francis JK 5 I Block, Leo Landers, William ,, ' .E ' Blood, Frank Lang. Morris ' v . Ii V Christian, Donald Lew'is, Robert I ' Clark. Howard Linch, Adrian II.- 7, Crist, Kenneth Lof, George ,L f A ff, sag Dannley, Ralph Miller, Harold , V ' 9 V, Q3 f Dletrlek, Burton Montrose, Karl f- H , 5 Dletrlck, Frank Manns, Thomas LV- ' if " I. ' - Dinneen, Gerald Ohlman, Jesse Q" N V ,f fl' V. I Ebey, Dean Overhold, Lewis A I '. . Fink, Kenneth Powers, Wilbur V J ' Fink, Leroy Ray, Walter V ,V , ,,,, n , I -,-I' W V, If II Forney, Robert Redding, Edward , I 'V I .."'w5g I Q 1 ' I ' Geller, Julius Roper, Donald f ' I if-Lib-. - I I Graham, Hugh Rosenthal, Albert V 9' fy ,I 'V V. 1 ' Green, David Shumate, James . . I gr... ,T ' K5 ' Hearon, Smernoff. Gerald H ' . ' ,V , Montgomery St. John, Alrion ,VNV " .I V V I. Hays. Edward Swanson, Carl lf' It I V . . . Hedberg, Carl Henn, Richard Tober, Jerome Weiss, Joseph Williams, Roger .. Y.. I A .'.,.-l..I,:.3 . , T ' f Bershof, Block, Blood, Christian, Crist Dietrlck, B., Dletrlck, F., Dlnneen, lllbey Fink, K., Fink, L., Forney, Geller, Graham Hearon, Hedberg, Henn, Keleher, Lang Lewis, Lof, Miller, Montrose, Overholt Powers, Redding, Roper, Rosenthal, Smernoff St. John, Swanson, Teber, Weiss, Xvilllams 3Ol 1 II' if G ,L I , MT 'I rf M I X I T A W- QW . 'S 'YF Q I' 'MH ,. T 'I 1 " r S' Q7 D. .n I Us It .,' K XI 1 I - if ,N A milflfz S, W I , .2 xc, ff I Qi I , W Q, I if TSI if ., Q 3' UH! Nlenlus, Andrews, Barnard, Baxter, Bertagnolli, Bowman Davis, Duval, Funk, Gardner Gill, Gilman, Glttlngs, Goetz Hamilton, Herzog, Holmes, Horr Lubchenco, Luebke, Mahood, Mathias McCutchen, Moreland, Morse, Myers Norton, Patten, Riggs, Roach, Roberts Syler, 'l'rott, Truby, Weyrauch, Young, D., Young, F. 302 Isotopes Isotopes, women's honorary chemistry society, was founded at the Uni- versity of Denver in 1932 OFFICERS OF THE ORGANIZATION PAULINE PATTEN ..... .............. P resident RUTH NORTON .............,.. Vice-President MARGARET MEYER .................. Secretary FLORA WESCOTT ........ ........ T reasurer MEMBER IN THE FACULTY Essie White Cohn MEMBERS IN THE UNIVERSITY Alenius, Linnea Andrews, Kathryn Barnard, Jessica Baxter, Catherine Bertagnolll, Alice Bowden, Vesta Bowman, Jean Brown, Edith Davis, Mary C. Duval, Anna Marie Funk, Dorothy Gardner, Mariana Gill, Lois Gilman, Evelyn Gittings, Helen Goetz, Barbara Hamilton, Jane I-Iandleman, Irene Hawthorne, Louise Heacock, Elizabeth Herzog, Mildred Holmes, Betty Ho1'r, Mary Helen Lee, Helen Likens, Dorothy Young. Lubchenco, Lula Luebke, Gertrud Mahood, Dorothy Malben, Gladys Martin, Ruth Mathias, Katherine McCutchen, Margaret Meyer, Margaret Moreland, Margaret Morse, Margaret Myers, Barbara Niles, Doris Norton, Ruth Patten, Pauline Riggs, Zoe Roach, Dorothy Roberts, Dorothy Syler, Mary Taylor, Jane 'l'rott, Jean Truby, Marjorie Weyrauch, Genevieve Young, Dorothy Evelyn PLEDGES Altman, Helen Biles, Dorothea Sherritt, Ann Kappa Delta Pi 'i nit YJ II II Alpha Lambda Chapter of Kappa Delta Pl, honorary educational fraternity, was established at the University of Denver in 1926 Colors: Jade Green and Lavender OFFICERS OF THE ORGANIZATION HELEN CAMPBELL .................... President GENEVA GROSS ...,............ Vice-President BERNICE HENN .......... ............. S ecretary DOMINIS GAUDIO ....... ....... T reasurer MEMBERS IN THE FACULTY Frank Dickinson D. Shaw Duncan Wilbur D. Engle Thomas R. Garth Olive J. Grigsby Arthur E. Holch Frederick M. Hunter William H. Hyslop Arnold E. Joyal Georpre L. Maxwell Lawrence W. Miller Albert Recht Roland J. Walters Gilbert S. Willey MEMBERS IN THE UNIVERSITY Atkinson, Dorothy Birkins, Charline Butz, Eleanore Good, Laura Jane Gross, Geneva Harrison, Donald I-Ienn, Bernice I-Iill, Ruamie Johnson, Beatrice Kelly, Mary T, Kimbrough, Lewis, Faith McNassor, Donald Merrick, Louise Owens, Lois l'riess, Norma Remington. Olive Richards, Anne St. John, Slrion Stanley, Evelyn Stovall, Betty Walker, Pearl Elizabeth MEMBER OF OTHER CHAPTERS Ruth Stukenholtz PLEDGES Akin, June Mery, Albert Eggeman, Helen Miles, Helen Johnson, Dorothy Schultz, Clara Larsh, Ruth Sharp, Carol ' Stephenson, Marjorie , If g,f1,S1I I iff' Er KN . . .Q b V. Wgg. ,i I I , xi' ., I I fx. ' ' . T K...-v I I I 'U I I I 11 It v-. I 6 1 -I A , +-.' - 9 5 12.4 .V ' I eg, 'Tp QQ' ' -Si , , - Elsa? F: i . In I I ' Akin, Atkinson, Blrkins, Butz, Eggeinan Good, Gross, Henn Hill, Johnson, B., Johnson, D. Kelly, Kimbrough, Larsh Merrick, Miles, Ow'ens, Priess liemington, Richards, Schultz, Sharp St. John, Stanley, Stephenson, Stovall, VValkei 303 , , -14, A 2 . . 1 5 .f-,- L -11 N' wg, -x" 42' ' l. 'sf ' s . .. ' 4 'T it I 1 9 A., R 1 ' t , . - 'f T A L44 Il 1 I Q-"'1ugp3'5 was .Q ,i ig' ' "' fr- " I , W1 5- L,.I, if , .gl 2 . E -I , use 4 I V? A 1. ni I any F H Q ES, ' ' - ! J ' -5 A . 'M 3' in e- 6. an -if I get Q A . , L' 1. A It fp, V 3,1 J ' wifi -,IW Lu iz' if Y' , H 4 , - ' I ' , - ez A I ,vt - .fy 1-gg I ' 2 if N as, F' A TW-"I if ' ' 4 W X gl. It ha Alford, Applegate, Baker, Birkins, Bunnell, Chamberlain Clark, C,, Clark, J., Conklin, Dane Dee, Dobbins, Dreyer, Elzi, Fellows Gibbons, Gregory, Hartley, Hocking, Jacobs Joliffe, Kepler, Koch, Lardner, Luebke Lyons, Maloney, Morgan, Nesbitt, Nyswander Orth, Price, Schenkelr, Stackhouse, Thompson Vagnlno, Vandemoer, Vazquez, Walling, VVickstrom, Wormlngton 304 Le Cercle Francais Le Cercle Francais, organization for the study of the French language, was founded at University of Denver in 1930 Colors: Red, Vvhite, and Blue Flower: Fleur De Lis OFFICERS OF THE ORGANIZATION I-IARRIETTE ALFORD .................. President CATHERINE CLARK .......... Vice-President MARGARET PRICE ...............,.... Secretary FRANCES NESBITT ...... ........ T reasurer MEMBERS IN THE FACULTY C. E. Werling Rose Mahoney MEMBERS IN Alford, Harriette Altman, Helen Applegate, Gail Baker, Elizabeth Birkins, Charline Bunnell, Ruby Chamberlain, Lucille Clark, Catherine Clark, James Conklin, Jane Dane, Kendall Dee, Marguerite Dobbins, Beatrice Dreyer, Mary THE UNIVERSITY Jacobs, Doris Kepler, Evelyn Koch, Virginia Lardner, Jean Luebke, Gertrud Lyons, Betty Lee Maloney, Betty Morgan, Mary Nesbitt, Frances Nyswander, Virginia Orth, Harriet Price, Margret Schenkelr, Ruth Stackhouse, Irma, Thompson, Virginia Fellows, Dorothy Vagnlno, Benedette Gibbons, Bernice Vandemoer, Jean Gregory, Genevieve Vazquez, Elzi, Anna Hartley, Mary Diamantlna Hocking, Eleanor Walling, Margaret Jolliffe, Jean Wlckstrom, Lillian Wormlngton. Marie MEMBERS IN THE UNIVERSITY Mu Be+a Kappa Q1 it B I.'I1 ' ISM ,een Mu Beta Kappa, honorary pre-medical fraternity, was founded at the University ot' Denver ln 1924 Color: Blood Red Flower: Red Carnation OFFICERS OF THE ORGANIZATION ROBERT LEWIS ......................,..... President GERTRUD LUEBKE ............ Vice-President LULA LUBCHENCO .................. Secretary ROBERT FORNEY ........ ,,..... T reasurer MEMBER IN THE FACULTY Humphrey G. Owen Allen, Lloyd Ball, William Barnard, Jessica Bershof, Edward Close, Harland Dutcher, James Eller, William Forney, Robert Funk, Dorothy Gardner, Mariana Griffin, Jack Hardnway, Robert Hickey, Helen Hoffman, Helen Johnson, Joe Kauvur, Abraham Lackner, Dorothy Leight, Robert Lewis, Robert Weiss, Light, Mason M. Lubchenco, Lula Luebke, Gertrud Mann, Keene Manns, John Mayer, William Merritt, Henry Mclmuthlln, Herbert Norton, Ruth Orbison, Archer Patten, Pauline Rider, Robert Roe, Hurry Smith, Paul Stapleton, James Steinberg, Marvin Truby, Marjorie XVatson, Turner Joseph In I' :.zr'I 5 I A A r Q ' -A if ,, 5- ,, swf- HHH' ', , 'i ' 3 f -ffl - . - ' N, .1-' F' f' "5 V. J . sy?" - -. , L. f time " ' I , , ' , I SETI: i X . as J I ,. ,ga-f-353 I, I Nu: 1'-i E A A , .1,"7?.jg"EP J ' X. X in ,V . , 5-. 1. 3 , H A ,P - ying, ,.. u ' A , X , wi.. ,. -5 P, V . , . N. , f + I ' A I . 5 9' N 1, R ' I 'Wie Ball, Barnard, Bershof, Close, Ellex Forney, Funk, Gardner Griffin, Hickey, Johnson, Luc-kner Leight, Lewis, Light, Lubchcnco Luebke. Mann, Mayer, Mcllynuthlln Merritt, Norton, Orbison, Patten Rider, Stapleton, Truby, XVciss 305 1:53 ,,-.. in R 4 ri Barry, Blnns Grounds, I-Iurrles Hays, Lyons Malmsten, Mead Reddish, Schm Idt, Sydner Nafional Collegiate Players gi? W. ll. IO fflf '15, mu 14: 3 x 1 4,559 'fYF'1'T"-, , . :I xl. Q --I.: .P X. National Collegiate Players was founded at the University of Wls- consin ln 1922 The Denver Chapter was founded in 1924 Colors: Old Gold and Blue Flower: Yellow Rose OFFICERS OF THE ORGANIZATION CHARLES MEAD ........................ President LENORE HAYS ........,. Secretary-Treasurer MEMBERS IN THE FACULTY Marlon P. Robinson W. Sinclair MEMBERS IN THE UNIVERSITY Carlson, Stanley Mead, Charles Garner, Madelyn Reddish, Forest Hays, Lenore Schmidt, Karl Moore, Glen Sydner, Helen PLEDGES Barry, Charles Harrles, Helen Blnns, James Lyons, Florence Grounds, Margaret Malmsten, Virginia Page, Frank Phi BeI'a Sigma I Honorary Gymnastic Fraternity Founded at the University of Denver In 1916 Colors: Purple and White Flower: American Beauty Rose OFFICERS OF THE ORGANIZATION ROY GRAHAM .......................... President ABE ROSEN ........................ Vice-President WALTER RAY .............................. Secretary KENNETH ASI-ICRAFT ...........,.. Treasurer MILTON ERICSON .................... Chaplain MEMBERS IN THE FACULTY Granville B. Johnson Basil Alspaugh MEMBERS IN THE UNIVERSITY Ashcraft, Kenneth Berens, Charles Block, Leo Brainerd, David Brown, Tozier Bucknum, Gilbert Campbell, Carl Clark, James Clint, Thomas Crist, Kenneth Danley, Ralph Detrick, Frank Dlnneen, Gerald Domby, Henry Ebey, Deane Erickson, Milton Fink, Leroy Fo'rney, Robert Garth, Thomas Geller, Julius Glick, Sylvan Goff, Rlchard Gordon, William Graham, Hugh Graham. Roy Green, David Hackethal, Desmond Haines, Charles Hart, Beverly Hartley, Carney Hearon, Montgomery Henn, Richard Herrick, Joe Jackson, Ed Jamison, David Jorgensen, Richard Kauvar, Abraham Keleher, Francis Lark, Floyd Lewis, Robert Lightfoot, Charles Lof, George Look, Henry Loss, Bill Mayer, William McWhorter, Allen Miller, Harold Mory, Maxwell Neldlger, Thomas Overholt, Lewis Ray, Walter Rickus, Roy Roe, Harry Rose, Delos Rosenthal, Albert Schaetzel, Eugene Shumate, James Stavley, Dan Strong, Sheldon Swanson, Carl Wescott, Ross Williams. Wayne Wright, Richard Y V I ' K. , I W Q f .1 -4 ' 1 " f 'i,:' Y -,,f 2 3 f ,E I ggi: I 'Q ,. . g. ' j-ig 44 . 1 ., L, N , , fbr., Us I " K , Q f ,ss. ,, , , - Lifvgvtv ,,,, ,X ., V 5 I . A .T x ' L ' , 1 ff I.: . :sift -' ' 1 ,, 1 7 . -1- Ii .if A A . X Fill A - - 7 PW? ' ,r f ,ay , 1, . ,gr , 'B w ' , i"7-B"-I .-K. , . , , ' is A ' lr?" f ,lv I " S E L 559' -filler: P 15: ,114-51,1 - - .wi . gr , - Q .six 1 ' ,' .riff X- fi- . ,v U ll, W I if? r I.. R E, y , JW' -. '12 J"" "i'1 tIE3H!f W"'f , 1-MQTX' fi Q 1.1, , "' ' v gg N -Q 1 K - ,AIT 'Q Berens, Block, Brainerd, Brown, Bucknum, Clark Crist, Detrick, Dlnneen, Domby, Ebey Erickson, Fink, Forney, Garth, Geller Glick, Goff, Gordon, Graham, H., Graham, R. Hackethal, Haines, Heaton, 1-lenn, I-lerrlck, Jorgensen Keleher, Lewis, Lightfoot, Lof, Look, Loss Mayer, Miller, Neidlger, Overholt, Rlckus, Rosenthal Schaetzel, Shumate, Strong, Swanson, Wescott, WVllllams 307 , l , 7, A :fs-4.1-1. ron Phi Epsilon Phil IQTIJI A rf QI f ' I' we I. ' F' I I QI " ' I I ' ' II :I M, f lil , l. .N 5. ppl I f bi ' I' Q' ' I :fire Q ' ' N ' 1 0 I ' Sis .ill ' I If I' f 1 ', ul I f , .1 4' " gf! Honorary Pep Club A 'I 3' 1 4 Founded University of Denver, 1933 ,, ' P, Colors: Crimson and Gold ' N f 1 " OFFICERS OF THE ORGANIZATION I Q A M ,, ROBERT HOPPER ........................ Presidenf ., ,gf-f'L' I ,. n 1 1 'fi I Il MELVIN GOROCHOW .... Vice-Presidenl Q ,gl ..,- I .'- ,, v - AL SERAFIN ..................,............. Secrelary f .g - V, . MARVIN coox ..................................... . ' XV ........................ Corresponding Secrefary V I' DESMOND HACKETHAL .......... Treasurer " MEMBER IN THE FACULTY ' , Clyde 1-rubber-tl . I V u - ' 1 X ine- o X ' , 1 f X MEMBERS IN THE UNIVERSITY , ' Barry, Charles Gorochow. Melvin U .dx I 5 Bench, Alfred I-lacketlml, ji , x Block, Leo Desmond Fig ' -i . 1' 1 Brown, Robert J. Hickey, James fwlgf 'I ff, 4 1 Butler, Ferd Hooper, Robert l' ' i ' , - 'J Cook, Marvin Lightfoot. Charles w sr' ' I cormaelr, Robert Loss, Bill T . ' Dameron, Richard Marcus, Sum I ' Denious, Wilbur Mead, Charles Dietemann, Allan Metcalfe, Elmer Ernst, Roger Miller, Harold V - P A Gi U Gass, Rowland Ncwmann, Rosew'ell g, 4 I 4 5 ' v l Gle21S0rl,WillIam 0'DeIl, Fon-can 5. Q 'FW' ' 1' C, -af P Goff, Richard sel-ann, Alfred I ef' ' 1 5 f f . Goodman, John B. Smead, Burton gi , L . , lt Tlslng, Raymond ' ' L. A I Barry, Bench, Binns, Block, Brown Butler, Cook, Cormaek, Dameron Denious, Dietemann, Gass, Gleason Goff, Goodman, Gorochow, Haclrethul Hickey, Hopper, Lightfoot. Loss Marcus, Mead, Metcalf, Miller Newmann, O'DclI, Seratln, Smead, 'Flsing Phi Lambda Upsilon - - D ACH: I Men's Honorary Chemical Fraternity Founded at University of Denver in 1912 Colors: Red and Blue, Shades of Lit- mus OFFICERS OF THE ORGANIZATION W. D. ENG-LE .................A............ President HOWARD T. CLARK ........ Vice-Presidenf ADRIAN L. LINCH .... Secretary-Treasurer LEROY FINK .............................. Councillor JOHN O. AICHER ........ SociaISecreI'ary b MEMBERS IN Byron E. Cohn F. M. D'Amour THE FACU LTY R. G. Gustavson C. M. Knudson E. A. Engle A. C. Nelson W. D. Engle Albert Recht MEMBERS IN THE UNIVERSITY Alcher, John O. Hearon, Blood, Frank Montgomery Clark, Howard T. Cobb, Maxey Detrlck, Frank Dlnneen, Gerald U. Dutcher, James D. Fink, Kenneth Fink, Leroy G1'een, David F. Hoffman, John C. Landers, William Llnch, Adrian L. Lot, George Smernoff, 'Gerald Swanson, Carl O. Swift, George N. Williams, Roger Blood, Detrick Dlnneen, Fink, K. Fink, L., Hearon Lof, Smernoff Swanson, Williams . qw...-,A . ...M l, ,. ..,.q X, I -ff Buku, Greene, Held Helster. Jolllffe LeBert, Newell Owens, Painter, Schmidt Soltese, Wehrle, Williams Philosophical Academy :Q I x 1 I 0,9 4 L3-'r--r I Founded at University of Denver, 1924 Colors: Purple and White OFFICERS OF THE ORGANIZATION MURIEL PAINTER ....................,. Presidenl' LOIS OWENS ,...,....,........., Vice-Presideni' EVELYN WILLIAMS .................. Secreiary KARL SCHMIDT ........ .....,.. T reasurer MEMBERS IN THE FACULTY Frank W. Dickinson Floyd Sampson MEMBERS IN THE UNIVERSITY Buka, Maxine Owens, Luis Conine, Lucia May Painter, Muriel Greene, Dorothea Sigmund, Billie 1-leid, Gertrude Soltese, Michael Heister, Dorothy Schmidt, Karl Jolllffe, Jean Tsmura, Nobuzane LeBert, Louise Wehrle, Dorothy Newell, Irma Weinstlne, Evelyn Williams, Evelyn Phi Sigma National Honorary Biological Frater- nity Founded at University of Denver, 1917 Colors: Yellow, White, Green Flower: Shasta Daisy OFFICERS OF THE ORGANIZATION MRS. FRANCES BECKER ........., Press.-lem Y JACK COTTER ............,....... Vice-President CHARLOTTE DUMONT ............ Secretary , LLOYD ALLEN ................... ...... T reasurer MEMBERS IN THE FACULTY Ira E. Cutler Arthur E. Holch Fred D'Amour Granville Johnson T. R. Garth H. G. Owen R. G. Gustavson E. B. Renaud Henrietta Zobel MEMBERS IN THE UNIVERSITY i Allen, Lloyd Lewis, Robert Becker, Frances Luebke, Gertrud Casey, Ted Mann, Mary E. Cotter, Jack Merritt, Henry Dumont,,Charlotte Murchison, Donna Dutcher, James Riggs, Zoe 'F Gardner, Mariana Smead, Burton Harrison, Donald Smead, Julia Lewis, Elizabeth Yelm, Betty : All I fifh A -1 ." :vw at I ja, 'z.'. Cotter, Gardner Lewis, E., Lewis, R. Luebke, Mann Merritt, Murchison Riggs, Smead, B., Smead, 65 S I H 6 ,Lu-" R 5341, . Pi Delta Theta F ' 1.1 Ip . 1 ww' - ' X U -7 RQQI-I . ' If v M, - up I A 1 Honorary Mathematics Fraternity Founded at the University of Denver Z., , A ,M 1 in 1928 Y y, f- ., A ff , Colors: Black and Nile Green , V 'I ijgf me ,Bt . Flower: Red Carnation ,- r.. . 4- '42 ' V - P N yy 1 H . I Q , A N' OFFICERS OF THE ORGANIZATION O. ROSS WESCOTT .................... President , , .gf f , R. GEORGE SYER .................. vice-Presidm . Eff NI , ' , I FLORA WESCOTT ...................... Secretary V Ii 7 JOHN HARRISON ...... ........ T fmurer ' MEMBERS IN THE FACULTY , ffm g ' ' ' I ' ' I I I G. W. Gorrell Albert Recht ' , A , I ,, . , I l 1' A. J. Lew'is J. C. Stearns -'ak R ' IW - "' . 4 ,, 'J .X r J MEMBERS IN THE UNIVERSITY I x 4 wg . V,A I, f Wy ' ' ,,.1. '. v if kr T I V X .I I 1. N AALIMI ' le N : A.: 'gd . U -' . gi v riff' .. 'J ' ' ' exif 1. jg, I fn ,l U7 I 'Y , 1, ,- 21831 ff' 41 L. iQ m .' A i wi- ' f 'uf In I --:L lb'-lb N ,. ,M M, , -5 U . A nf I r ' WIN! wgfjfs xt .1351 Vg 7 TI lf R ' fl O - -"A f "'1.'1f'i5??'f ll 'E.'5i:315'7 Baughman, Blood, Brown, Chrlstain, Cloud, Detrlck Dinneen, Domby, Downs, Ebey Emerson, Erickson, Fink, K., Fink, L., Glick Graham, Hall, I-Iearon, Hedburg, Henn Hoffman, Keleher, Lackner,,Lakin, Laybourn Lof, Martin, McAllister, Montrose, Moreland Neidlger, Peterson, Roper, Shumate, St. John Swanson, Syer, Van Brunt, Weaver, Wescott, F., Wescott 3l2 L- Iv I I sf' I A Baughman, Lois Blood, Frank Brown, Edward E. Bruggeman, John Butler, Paul P. Christain, Donald Cloud, Mary Lewis Dannlcy, Ralph Dlnneen, Gerald U. Detrick, Frank Domby, Henry Downs, Burnell Ebey, Deane Emerson, Nell Erickson, Milton Fink, Kenneth Fink, Leroy Forster, Warren S. Glick, Sylvan Graham, Hugh S. Hall, Dwight Harrison, John Hearon, Montgomery Hedberg, Carl Henn, Richard Hoffman, Orville Jackson, Arthur Jamison, David Keleher, Francis Lackner, Dorothy Lakin, Edith Alice Laybourn, Lavina Lof, George Martin, William McAllister, Robert McWhorter, Allen Mery, Albert Montrose, Karl Moreland, Margaret Neidiger, Clem Peterson, Arthur Roper, Don Shumate, James Stenger, Ferdinand St. John, Sirion Stukenholtz, Ruth Swanson, Carl Syer, Georife Syer, Harry Van Brunt, Percy Weaver, David Wescott, Flora Wescott, O. Rose WVllllams, Allen Pi Gamma Mu I -' I - 9. , 'V , .1 ff" - HI:-H I .1 0 ., nor. , fn. I . I ,J , .7-,-.,-.ff ff , ' Hitt: tfl xr -Q QIIJ TTFN " x 'IW .' X. :- ' 1 'kph' n',?f National Social Science Honor Society Founded at Southwestern College, 1924 Colorado Alpha founded at University of Denver, 1926 OFFICERS OF THE ORGANIZATION STANLEY DREXLER .................... President JAY VER LEE ...................... Vice-President ELEANORE BUTZ ...... Secretary-Treasurer MEMBERS IN F. L. Carmichael B. M. Cherrlngton Paul Conner Eleanor Dennison D. Shaw Duncan Elizabeth L. Fackt A. D. H. Kaplan TH E FACU LTY J. E. Lawson Rose Mahoney R. H. McWilliams E. B. Renaud L. W. Scolleld W. E. Slkes G. A. Warfield MEMBERS IN THE UNIVERSITY Akers, Geraldine Angel, Mary Bloom, Lillian Brainerd, Dave Butz, Eleanore Cotter, Jack Douglas, Dean Ernst, Ruth Flck, Elsie Garth, Tom Herzel, Abe Johnson, Beatrice Jorgensen, Richard Mayo, Ralph Smead, Burton Ver Lee, Jay Weller, Gayle Wilkinson, William Justus 3I3 Akers, Angel, Bloom, Brainerd Butz, Cotter, Ernst Flck, Garth, Herzel Johnson, Jorgensen, Mayo, Smead Ver Lee, Weller. Wilkinson, Williams Ill If 1: 5 I 11-W 1 P Irv. ,f' L: II Q 343 I' Q' q,zj:..,. . -W viillf Y, I f, ,-,nz I .l-' I y,f'?3I.'Q' ,I I", 'T 5:2255 A . . my .If-rj I ' ' , ,-'If I' . .,..r'? ., I X ,mf Y' . W - 1-we km.-I , I I MF ' mit' ny' F' nf .I . A I I' - Ll. I .Ik I ' f'w.'f.v i -MV 'I ...wwe l QW' , ,,,,,,,l ..A 3.3 , - 'ini ' Il I 1 I E 2 , II' , ,Z A I I I ' ' I : . 1 ' b , - , ,l N VJ HQ I I5 .II If II f . fi! If sf, I! l I lb ' "L 5. ,Y 5 I I I I I I, III I II I '1 Ilya Q1 I ' I ,II III II II II II I II II II If II I, :I Ii III il II. II I 'I E, I I I I I I. E, I I If II II II II III nl I o o 'R 'W f,g.?f'.'f,' ,2Ls",. lst. Q. 2"'4i2E Clark, DeSclose Espy, Gray Greene, McFadden Merritt, Osborne Pollard, St. John 3I4 Ps: Chl X L nNll.YY xx Q.. ' I f, yr, ,QQ f, 'FZ I-1' If "-:: :ffl .cf sa-I. one I in ' hi. R1 ' uw: l '-A K ll IU.. I I I ' I National Honorary Psychology Society Founded at University of Denver, 1929 OFFICERS OF THE ORGANIZATION HENRY MERRITT ........................ Presideni' WELDON MCFADDEN ...... Vice-President JEANNE FOOTE ..............,......... Secre+ery FRANK DeSCIOSE ....... ........ T reasurer MEMBERS IN THE FACULTY Thomas R. Garth Olive Grigsby Lawrence W. Miller MEMBERS IN THE UNIVERSITY Clark, Catherine McFadden, Weldon DeSciose, Frank Merritt, Henry Foote, Jeanne Pollard, Betty Greene, Dorothea Webster, Ann PLEDGES Espy, Bernice Knauss, Dorothy Gray, Marlon Osborne, Harold Kahn, Hermina St. John, Sirlon Rilling Aihleiic Club up-www N gfue-fa-1-wr Honorary Womerfs Athletic Club Founded at University of Denver, 1917 OFFICERS OF THE ORGANIZATION NORMA PRIESS .......................... President ROBERTA WATKINS ........ Vice-President MIRIAM JAMES .......... .......... S ecreiary FRANKIE ADAMS ..... ......., T reasurer MEMBERS IN THE FACULTY Mabel S. Rllllng Ruth Holzman MEMBERS IN THE UNIVERSITY Arlums, Frankie Horr, Mary Helen Akin, June James, Miriam Doyle, Doris Lauter, Shirley Figliolino, Little, Mary Alice Angeline Peck, Alice Gross, Geneva Prless, Norma Grounds, Mztrgaret Shwnyder, Dorothy Hansen, Catherine Watkins, Roberta PLEDGES Angel, Mary Peck, Kate De Bell, Josephine Schroeder, Berith Gordon, Lucia Smernoff, Edith Norman, Maxine Sti alnsky, Louise f I f f ig , - - I ,T - 3 W fs S 4 U K 4r N QQ T K K-it A I he I 171. x H A55 ,li S Q " arf , 'QW' A A ' if J I I 'I A I I ,.G'e L 'is S , ,me My-1 - Adams, Akin, Angel Doyle, Figliollno, Gordon Gross, Grounds, Hansen Herr, James, Lauter Little, Norman, Peck, A. Peck, K., Prless, Schroeder Shwayder, Smernoff, Stransky, Watkins MEMBERS IN THE UNIVERSITY - .-, .' .-11,-,v,,v::f, f- -- .,,.,.f,,., , ' . jjj-tgff :fi Q7 Wilt". ' A53 D, -.1 . I .,-'gn I qi A up! - a Ib' I X L. Z 1 ' 4 . 4 ILE. . I4 is N I 1 1 , C 1 , Q I' A Q S, U ws. ' "! -5 , J , , 3' - fisfiif -- mf . I ,,,II , 3:1324 -": , . P, Alford, Anthony, Blrkins, Bunnell Dee, Garland, Gibbons Good, Hanson, I-Iighberger I-Illllker, Hocking, Lakin Laybourn, Little, Maloney Noar, Schorr, Smart, Smernoff Vazquez, Velasquez, Williams, Wood .Ms . ul W I gg' X J , i' The Spanish Associa+ion :I K7 ,L I ' Ll' ' I ,fl Organized at University of Denver, 1927 Color: Red Flower: Carnation OFFICERS OF THE ORGANIZATION DIAMANTINA VAZOUEZ .......... President ELEANOR HOCKING .....,.. Vice-President CHARLINE BIRKINS .................. Secretary BETTY MALONEY ............ ...... T reasurer MEMBER IN THE FACULTY Benicia Batione Alford, Harriette Anthony, Corrine Birkins, Charline Bunneil, Ruby Dee, Marguerite Fields, Dorothy Garland, Ruth Gibbons, Bernice Good, Laura Jane Hanson, Shirley Highberger, Charline Hilliker, Ruth Hocking, Eleanor Jones, Ruth Lakin, Edith Alice Lawrence, Katherine Laybourn, Lavina Little, Mary Alice Maloney, Betty Mast, Joe Near, Florence :Pl1C1l1lZI,C2ll'II1Cllil Schorr, Frances Mary Shcnkeir, Ruth Smart, Grace Smernoff, Edith Vazquez, Tliamantlna Velazquez, Reinalda Williams, Evelyn Xvood, Eleanor INDEX. . A Page Abbott, Frank.. ............. 72 Adums, Idlsn, ............. 82. 248 Adams, 11'runikic..35, 50, 158, 150 100, 1154. 108, 216, 2-Ili, 287 290. 315 Adams. llcnrluttu ..... ...... 8 2 Adams. Marvin ....... 26, 56, 280 Adams, Mury J...37. 82. 108. 246 253, 290 Admlnlstrators 9 Adolnhson. Gudrun. . . . . .146, 161 100. 290 Agee, Mury .............. 167 Aicher, John ........ 262, 301, 309 Aicher, Virginia ..... 82, 198, 240 Alello, Gino ...... ........ . .. 38 Alnluy, Forrest. ........... 72, 276 Aird. Gordon .... ..... 82, 276 Akers, Gernldlnn ......... 38, 255 Akin, Florence J. .... 85, 56, 164 206, 242, 243, 289, 290, 296 298. 315 Alcnlus. Annu L.. ........ 82, 302 Alenlux. lhmnur...228, 276, 297 Alexander. WV. Floyd ...... 38. 266 Alford. Jhwrlcttu .... 38, 215, 304 All Unlverslty Students Assn.l93 Allen. lluvlcl .......... ...... 3 00 Allen, Lloyd ............ 305, 311 Allen, Winton ....... 56, 216, 276 Allonswln, Morton .......... 82 Almndn. Octavio.. ........ 56, 262 297. 300 Alnha Gamma Delia ......... 232 Alnha Kappa Pal .... 276 Alpha Nu ....... 293 Alpha Slllma Chl 294 Alpha XI DaIta.... ...... 234 Alpha Zeta PI . ...... . ....... 295 Alspuupzh, Basil. ......... 118, 134 Altman. Helen. 302, 304 Amorlaan COIIBUD Qulll Club. 296 American Manauement Assn. 297 Anderson. Arthur ........... 38 Anderson, Fred .............. 252 Anderson, Genevieve ....... .. 252 Andurson, Ralph ....... ..... 2 76 Anderson. WnJInce...38, 278. 297 Andrews, Kathryn ........ 82, 246 296. 302 Angel, Mary .... 56, 158, 164, 160 206, 207, 242, 289, 280, 298 314, 315 Amzlus. SnIro.... ....... 106. 128 Anthony. Corrine .... 72, 250, 206 316, 395 Anthnny. Bon ............... 272 App, Robert. ............. 82. 267 Applesm. Gnn..s2, 206, 240, 304 Armcllng, Ruth .......... 162, 201 293, 300 Armor. Dorothy J ......... 72. 242 Armstruml, Gcortlc ........ 72, 281 Arnoid. Lctn ............. 38, 232 Arts Clmlllll Asaoelatlon .... l96 Ashcrnft. Kenneth, ...... 136, 222 Associated Women Students..I40 Athletics Men ..................... 97 Women .................. 157 Atkinson, Dnmt,hy...56, 144, 145 232, 803 Austin, Donnlrl .............. 82 Austin, Jnmcs ............... 38 B Tinbcovli. Jlnmm. .82, 118, 135, 262 Bncll. lfrvxl ........ ....... R 2, 277 Bnchnr, G1-rnld ......... ..,. 1 23 llnuon. Flair ...., 113 Bndcr. Emmn,.,. 96 Buhl. Mnry ....., , 56 Halley. f'hurlcf4 ....,......... 277 Bailey. Dorn ..... ...,,,,,,, , , 255 Bailey. Mnry E ....., 72, 208, 244 Tlnlnc, Priscilla ........... 82. 240 Rnirrl. Dorothy ...., , ,.,,, 72, 290 Hnlwr. Anszin ........ 72, Ins. 245 2R6. 291 Bnkcxr, Earl W ........... 82. 272 Tinker, Fruluccs .,.,.,,,,, ,,,, 3 11 Baker, Goncvlevc .... 81. 244, 2R6 Ilzmlwr, Marie ....... 240, 291, 304 Tinldwln, Plnud ........... 82, 276 Bull. Wlllinm ...... .82, 268, 305 Tinllnrd. Tlnlty ........ ....72, 248 Iinllnrd, Mnninrle ......... 82, 238 Band ............. . ....... 214 Ranks, Stnnh-y ..... .... 8 2, 273 llnrhcrt, Pnul ....... ...... 2 76 Rnrlnnl. Gcrnlflinc .......... 252 Ilnrkloy, Frances .,........ 82, 281 Tlnrklcy, Ruth ........... .72, 206 Rurmntz, Alhort, .......... 56. 258 Bnrn1ettler. Phnrles F ,... 262, 297 Bm-nnrd, .lcsslcn .... Hnnett, Eleanor .... Unrry, Chnrlus ...... Barth, Vincent ..... lmrthcl, Eleanor. . . .5G. llnrtlott, Robert. . . . . . . . Bartlett. Virlllniu. . . Bartlett, Thomas .... Barton. Edward .... Barton. Mary E .... Bnsohall llnullzlmmn. Lols .... .5n, .30. .82. lmxtcr. Catherine. . .82. Bnyllss, Alice T .... Bonn, Ivnn ......... Bonnie, William... .39. llenlty. Earl ........ 39, Benlty, John ....... Honusnng, Michael . Beauty Queens ..... Becker. Frnnces... lleldeck, Erma. ...... Rell. Gladys C ..... Bench. Alfred ........ 35. Bennett. Charles .... Bennett. Emanuel. . . . . . Herbort. Paul ....... Rorenbxulm. Mandel. Hurens. Charles .... Durkow. llcninmin.. Ruxrnstcln. Dorothy. Berry. Lorln ...... . Bershof, Edward .... Rertnanolll, Allcc... Beta Gamma Slnma Beta Kalllla ...... .. Beta Theta PI ..... Bevan, Alice .... 72. Bigelow, Frances . . . Blngle, Laurence. . . . Rllee. Dorotlxcu, .... .117 .72. 15711 158, .39. Blnns, James. . .39. 196, 226. 264, 289. Illrldns. Chnrllne. . .39. 303, 304. Bishop. Elizahe-lh ....... Block, Leo ..... 57. 205. 226. 28R. Blood, Frank. . .39. 301, Hlnom, A. Sum ..... Board of Publications.. Babbitt. Gerald ......... Ilnnnlckson. Wllllnm, . . . Hoody, Mnucl ......... Horn. Jerry ............ Ilortlxwick. Inn ......... Rmlounh. Milton .... 39. 206. Ilostlck, Tom' .......... Howden. Vesta. ....... . Tiowmnn. Jenn .......... Boyd, Jnlm. ......... 83. Tloytl. Lloyd ...... Tlnyd. Pmll ...... , ..... Ih-nm-11, Tom ........ 57, TIrru1f1clrl, George ....... Rrndluy. Norman .... 40. Ilrnrllcy. Seth. .41, 202. Brninvrd, David ...... 40 Tlrcck, Allen ......... 72, Brooks, Vcrlio .......... Rrosh, Frederick ....... Tlmwn. Edith .... . Brown. Edward ..... Tirnwn Mnrvlnu... Mn Brown.. ry ..,... Brown. Richard ..... Brown. Robert J .... Tlrown. Brown, Tozinr. .72. Brownell, Arthur.. .72. 199. Robert S, ..... . 2I7. 266. Brownlee, 1f1nrcnr'c.'.'.'5'f.. 'l'irownynrf'I. Ed ..... . llrundige, Lenoru .... . llrunjos, Tom .......... Imlllson. Gordon ........ Thwhnnnn, Milrlrcd ..... Thluhnnnn. Robert ..,. HR. Iluchtcl. Wllllnm ....... Hur-k. Gaylord.. ,.... .., 1!lIf'lHllIll'l, G. ll. .... 51. Ruchler, Jenn .......... ltukn. Mnx1ne...72. 200. Punto .72, 246 302, 305 .....166 266, 284 306, 308 ..... 38 .....255 ..... I2 263. 200 200, 293 101, 105 128. 256 198. 244 ......l20 .5G, 312 300, 302 201, 290 .....278 .....272 226, 228 269, 297 . ..... 72 .....121 . .... 152 .....311 ..83, 252 .10, 162 57. 259 272, 308 ,.83, 244 .83, 276 ..72, 276 .118.280 .57, 807 ..57, 270 229. 230 113. 135 131. 270 300, 305 ..83, 302 ......228 ......252 ......254 165. 167 234. 291 234, 201 ,.39. 274 .....302 205. 216 306, 308 206. 256 311, 305 .57. 205 206, 298 207. 211 305. 308 309. 312 ..39. 281 ......2II ..83, 268 ..83, 208 ......20S ...... 83 . ..... 83 104, 108 289. 203 .....27R 294, 302 ..R3. 302 266, 281 .72, 268 ......23G 206, 272 .65, 106 198, 201 106, 281 289. 297 . 47. 273 305, 313 200. 288 ...... 83 .R3, 287 ...,.302 206, 312 ...... R3 ..... 40 272, 281 ..40, 217 274. RUR ...... S3 218. 222 291, 307 121, 124 uso, 220 250. 291 .R3, 266 ..5T, 246 253. 296 ,,....281 ..40. 264 ......J61 205, 258 266, 289 ,,,,,,262 ..... R3 272. 296 290. 307 296. 209 287. 310 3I7 Page D Pune liunnull, nuuy..s3, 234, 304, 310 "D" Qovk ------.- -.---.2I0 llurns, Frauuk ............. 72, 272 DMC- 1"fl'l"311 -------- ---'--- 2 77 um-mwin, Esther ......... 73. 218 DMHH"0H- PM ----------- 73- 303 230, 254 Dunnlwy: luvclyn H.. ..... 84. Q44 Bmw. Fw' ---- 13- 205- FSS- W IIilIif21,'?1'2f.lt?,i,JS:11: 1123: S33 388' 308 lmnlels. Iiruuc. ..... ....... 2 74 nuuur. Paul .---- ------- 3 fm Imnks. my.. .,........... s4, 262 Hill?-011. 9101151109 -----'--- 369' 231 llunncnbuum, George ...... 84, 274 Butz, IGIHHHMU-.40. 255, 283. 303 Hunley. Ru1nh,.134. 301, 307. 312 0 Bzxvmson. 2.1 .I ...... nvnsun, Jo ....... a., . ' Cubim-ss. Florence ........ 242 Dnvlox, .lncquexlyn ......... 58, Cnlluwuy, Charles ......... 83, 272 Davis, hwomlolyn ............ 2.1.1 Clunpbull, Anthony ...... :... 277 Imvls, Bfury ............. 83. S302 Cumpbcll, Curl ........... 200, 390 lmvls, Wnlger ............ 8.1, 275 Ulmlplmll, Don .......... 1 .... 4121 Inwiasxm, Wlrxlnln ........ P...t8.r Campbell, Makin ....... 250. 291 lluxvsmj, Dorothy ......... QS, H0 Carlson, Fred .... 40. 98, B:iingulxx'x1rcl L. ............. .Cur1son, Stanley ......... 22269, Dellell, :1.lit!1!'bilIll0 .... 41. -1. , M i ..... 83, 246. 291 Dw, Murguer1tc..5S. 200. 230, 246 gmmbr. fm3'Q,... ......... sa Q zss. 2s1. 201. 304. 3,145 Carroll. Frank .... . ......... llceds. 'Betty .---.-- - -------- gage, Virglnm ............ 40. 2.12 Delaney. Charles .......... ...aol Cngoy, Churlus ....... 59. 208, 281 Delta Chl ............. pus.-y Tea .............. 262, 311 Delia Phi Epsilon .... ....2a6 tmglfley, 1. K .............. 272 Delia Sluma Pl... .... Cuvurra, Dunic1..71, 90: 195: Delta Zeta ................... 20? lturvl. Mnrle .......... 83, 142.2-1.1 Damonatratlmls .... .H3..5M..308 Chnlfamt. Iluzel ............. 84 lrbeqlilousl XXII lk' ..... 41. 560. 314 Chnmherluln. Lum-lilo ...... 84. 304 llehcinsc, ruxll .---. 41. 220. N8 Ulmmuion. Charles ....... P.. 84 DcSc'Ios0, Ruwmnry--Sr . 066. Sin Clmmplon, Morvln...222. 2.18, 204 Dctrhzk, Fu1rtgn.5g..26r6 ESG. 'ml Charles. A1i'rcd..l ......... 84. 23 Dc-trick. run .. . . 309. A12 301 Dlelc'nmnn'. Afghan ......... mn.l,,u,!1,,, 11gym1d.,,73, 301. 3Q7 Dohlslo, Lhlll es ..... Han. 297 Clnrlntlxmk. LGNOY --'--- -34' 203 ' 73 Olarlon ............. 204. 205 DeLisxIo, IQHIIIH-I ..... 3h..ibb..'i01 Clark- CnHm,,,,Yg:l.,Qg9, Dlnnwn. 1.-urn 1 . 307. bw L . J. 1 ' emu, Glenn ............. 84, 260 Ixyon. :Q0:0ll1v-4-q---1-4855. Cmfk' 1'0W"r" ""' 260' 301' 309 I MEI' diliukllkte-' df' foo' 246 Ulnrk. James ....... 262, 304, Doh ns, cn r .... o. 291. 304 Clark Joseph .....- . -----. -- , ' . .'..., .,.,, 2 77, 297 Dodd, Mrs, Lucille ........... 146 1:5323-...seg 102 113, 122 1:0ml:N. IISQW .... ...73, Siiiia. "nw" " " ' ' ' '1Z1Z11. Z3 5121151232 gm4afa.m121'.1'.'. . .3113 ' "" ,. I D Ins. can ............... I H-gispuan .. gs llguifls,lg!ll:'llcl1..4.q..i:1L..Q-33, Senior ........ .. 38 Iloy cn or s .... -. J. . 0 Snvhomoro ......... . ..... . 7I gr:-mlf.cm11l ---------- if? Clifton, Knmvlou-1 ........ A .... 84 Drgmauos ....... Clint, Tll0IllllH..206.281 ..99. 302 D- .1 "" 280 313 fflfmei TR'Q,Q'!f'-' ""' S4 272' Q91 nl:-it-tx'Star-y...5i1Q'fzi6f'2nof 203 4 . ,,.. ............ . . Mary 1' """ gow' Drnlmltvh, Alex. ........ Plvdu mmm.. ............ ' ff leo mer, llazol...l.58. 230. 234. 23.11 Qdmeh mm,.lu,, -.,,, . ,,,, ,S4, 154 Duke. Mnrfzuori Le ............. 31? f40"b"1'f"W ----"' 233 Rllillfilli' 6p"?5,?.K2'i1112111131: 26 f'f'f""1"'- Mm' June' """ ' Q98 umm-vv. warm-e ..... ae. 242. 217 Coed Journallstlo Club ....... .TI Q 277 GW' S""1""""""ah"a+'58? 211231, xi3Ty'f'.:::':::1:1::1:: 85 C0"0n'1v?cmm4ie"""...'.f.f 144 num-lwr. wrm ..... ,5s. 206, 264 Dnl2aym1:'.:":.,l.30' 132 llutm-her. James ..... 305, 309, dnt' IAm,0ln---H '.." 30 Duval. Amin Marie. ...... I ' , I 41 INIVJI1, Margaret ..... 42, 296, 299 Colby. Lfhnrlcs.. ....- ------ - Coleman. Jnrfk, ..... ------ 3 4- 270 E College Poetry so-My M299 Enrluy, Wlllinm .............. 85 Amarlua .............. .--- 84 linm. Edwnrrl ........ 58. 258, 268 1-nlllns, Ann bIxxrle..4.1..i:4P--2,44 Envy' plume ,lll 83. 301' 301' 312 S0lVil1i!:tgI'i2-" ---- " ' "" ' FfIl1nll11ls,l?1:I.ln ..... 0mm .197 El-!S!l'llH1l1, 1-nn ..... -, - . . gugltnglggg zzz- "" 'gg Elpwnnrnrlv. Nntnllc ....... 2 ?.5..3gg Law ........... 6 Elkins. Vlrulnla .............. 85 L:3BI'8' MH "" """ ' 230 Ellvr, XVlIllnm C ........ 0ohnrmryCN"""'Cc' "" ""' 8 4' 266 Ellis, Untlmrlnc ..... .... . 283 Cmnlnu Luvin., .......... 58. 232 Fllls Vnlml .... ....... 2 93 Umlklili. June .... .-.P----94' 394 1i1y.'J2mk..fff ...... 271 libok. Marvin.. ...... -JS. Elzl, Annn...N.h ......... ' ' Ifnumnn. R. 0 . ....... . r'oolmtfvI1. UNU90 --'- -"' ' jf' Enqlncars Auoolatlon ........ l96 vnopvr. llcttlc ....... 12. 28 . 309 Emma, E. A ............ .... 3 11 convwrllw' KW "" "" ' "" 1 Cnvvnrt. num ......,......... sn l'0l'lll5l1'k, llohert .... ',:m'hm' Own, --.-.-.' -"' ' " IC ll sz. Rl:-I nr! .... 10 . . f70l'Ilf0m1' Mmjone "" Fgvllgrmln f'1:rl.. ............... 293 Fomku, Albert .... ' sho FTl'l1'ksun. Mlllon R...73, 307. 312 cosmonollfafl CW -'-'- '.3,3g,"2,,,, mmm, umm .........,.. 272. sos com-r. Jack--H -4--- 41' 313' gh 1crme. umn ..... 42. 52, 130. 196 ' " ' 205, 206, 227. 230. 244, 289 COX. Carol ,... . ...V 299, 313 Coyle. ROUN1 --'- "" ' ' Rh Esny, Bon-nlcc ..... 36. 42, 43. 138 PUZOIIN, f7llylU--'- "'i1"',,q7 144. 227, 240. 290. 814 CFIIIUCV- naw' ""' ""' ' 'QM Evans, Fvvolln. ...... 73. 234. 293 Urnmm. P1llll1'l'hlL'..f - ---' " R4 Evnnn. William .......... 262, 216 ifTH11f'V-lln0g,fi::M.3Ij"' 41 Evans, Wwllnfn ..,.........,. . 'Y0SSWl" I f """' ' 297 'Eva-xnson, me mn .... .,.... , - -, ,,.,,. 41, 301,' 307 F fV.l2fQ,'0,fw2IIfIf,,f,. .,,, ,... ....... 2 4 as Fm-km-11, mlwnm rt. .... ss. 273 f'llshmnn, Rohn-rt ........ .73, 222 Faculty .............. .... 9 'Q A 5 w,,, 2, QQ ,ps A ,Z ffffff wi: on 1031"-In , 1.7 gi f ..., 'aim .rim !'H o Fallon. PQSRY... .... 85. Feldman, Dorothy .... 85. Fellows, Dorothy ..... 73, cnn. Joseph. ..104, 108, orguson. Jinrlc C ....... F F lfcrrel , Dnla ............. Flck, Els! K. . ..... . , . . 4 Vlelds, Dorothy .......... lflgllollno, Angullnc..-13, 104, Flhner, Wllllum ..... 85. Fink, Kenneth. . .59, 73, Fink, Leroy ......... 43, Flshmnn. Irvlntl- .... 85, U' I llohett, Dorothy. ........ Fltzslrnmons. Agnes ...... Fltzslmmons, Gertrude. . . Flanders. Dalton ........ Flclschhnuer, Kenneth . . . Foley. Allco ............ Football .... .......... . Football Dlllell . . . . . . . Foolo, Jcunno .... ...... Forney, Ilobort, ..... . 50, lforster, Warren . l"orsvLh. Melvin . 85 Foster, Jeannette ..... . . Foster, Marry.. . . . . . . .74, Fox, Blll. ............... Fmkas. Frances. .80, 200, Ifrunz. Nclloulso. . . . .39. Freeman. Elnoru. .... 39. 200. French Club . .... . . 252, Freshman Class ......... Frushman Football ...... 1"rludl10I'K. Libby ........ Frost. Jawk .......... 60, Frumess, Charlotte ..... Fry. Frnnk ............ Fuller, Dnlo ........ Fuller. Mnrtlm ..... Funk, Ilan ......... . 80. Funk, Dorothy. .00, 206, 208, 294. 206. lfynn, Mlrlum..G0. 158, G Gamma Phl Bata .. Gurd, Eve .......... Gardner, Alice Jnnc Gnrdner, Lowell .... Gnrdner.Mnrlnnn .... 282. ..86. .43. 302. Garland, Annn. 1tutl1..43, 248, Garner, Jennie. . . .. Gxrrnor, Muxlelyn .... Garnett, Hownrd . . . Gnrrlson, Franklin.. Gnrrlson. Mnrnuret... Gnrth. Frnncvs, .80, Gnnh. Thomas B... Goss. Rowland ..... . Gates. Hornce .... . Gelder. Royal ....... Gcbhnrd. Mary ..... Geller, Jullus...00, George, Ora ........ Geyer. Clnrcnce ..... Gibbons, Bernice .... Glhson. Katherine. .. 244. 280. Gllbert Enrl ........ Gilbert Frlulcllln .... Gilbert. Ilolltmd .... Giles. Dorls .... 135, .54. .74. 258. .74. . 60, .'14. 2ss. fkeb, Glll. Lois .......... .,R0, Clllmnn, Evelyn ...... 80, Glnw, Anncloto. . . .. ,. . . Glttjnus. 1Ielon..74. 238, Glasgow, Elaine. . .. .... . . Glnscr. Elols ...... ..... Glnsier, Rouen. .asf 255, Gleason, Wllllnm .... 14. Glick S lv n 4 258, ' . y a ...7 . Gonlstono, Louise ....... Goetz, Ilnrbarn.. ........ Golf, Rlchnrd .... ....74, Goforth . Elen n. ......... . Golf .... . ............. Golrlfnrh. Aaron ,.74, 205 Goldman. Mnnrlnc ....... Goldstein, Ruth. . .. ...... 80, Good, Laura Jnno....4I, 230, 5. 4. 29 Goodman, John B ..... J. 5.1. 220. Goodstoln. Ilymnn ...... Gordon. Lncln..00. n., Pune 247. 281 237, 291 245, 304 111, 133 ..59. 74 .59, 277 .42, 313 293, 310 150, 163 291. 315 275. 203 207. 301 309, 312 301, 307 309, 312 271. 281 .8-5, 233 .85, 249 107, 253 . .... 285 .....277 .74. 313 .....l00 .....2I0 .....314 207, 301 305. 307 .....312 ..... 59 200. 244 200. 244 201. 295 ..... S5 233, 298 146. 241 139, 142 287, 289 .....304 ..... BI .....lI2 ..... 80 121, 273 .43, 230 237. 291 .00, 267 218, 281 245, 289 .....2G5 247, 280 302. 305 247. 201 .....240 290, 300 206. 208 .....278 227, 244 205. 211 310 .....300 240, 300 .,...112 .....280 .S0, 252 206, 266 130, 200 307, 313 204, 303 43 .74, 278 .60. 238 301, 207 .....280 121, 282 248. 295 304, 310 202. 205 298, 200 ....,274 245. 232 .,...274 ..... 80 240. 302 236. 302 .....300 204, 302 .....234 .74. 242 272, 280 202, 308 270, 312 ..... 80 .86, 312 307, 308 ....,255 .....I3l . 270.280 74 230 234 303, 310 ' 105 202, 308 ......280 140, 158 100. 296 l'nxle Gordon, Mur5zurct.,.43, 103, 106 zest., sou, 315 Gordon, Sophia .... .... 74, 200 Gordon, William .... 74, 202, 282 284. 300. 307 Goroc-how, Arnold ............ 86 Gorochow. Mulvln...43, 201, 206 211, 220, 270, 288, 297, 308 Crm-u, Vern .............. 60. 234 Graduate Manauer ...... ...... I 93 Grnlnnn, Gcorxre. ............. 280 Grnhnm. Ilnszh .... ..132. 135. 301 307, 312 Grnllnm. R0y...00. 133, 135, 307 Grnnxzcr. Shlrlcy. .74. 244.. 288, 208 Grunt., Clarence .......... 60, 278 Graves. Adellno .......... 74. 240 Gray, Harold ............. 80, 276 Gray, Marlon ........ 44. 153. 206 244. 314 Grnv. Raymond .......... 132. 190 Grucnr, Snmncl Jnmes .... 86. 268 Green, Dnvld ....... 301, 307, 300 Green, Stanford J ........ 86. 270 Groofnbenz. Fnyu. .86, 206, 236 299 Greene, Dorothcn .... 00, 244. 299 310, 314 Greene. Leslie ............ R0, 269 Grcc-nu, Muriel ........... 74. 244 Gregory, Gcnovle've...86, 242. 304 Grll1lh, Jnck ......... 80. 205, 202 GrlITln, Mildred .............. 294 Grlmcs, Blllle ......... . ...... 242 Grllnvs, Pn.u1 ................. 80 Gross, G1-nevn....44. 157. 158. 150 100, 172. 173. 176. 227. 290 303. 315 Grounds. 01ll1'KIll'0l..158, 103, 240 284. 300. 315 Grover, Clmrlos ............... 280 Gnldn. Knrror. ...... ..... . .. 297 Gnllctle, 1-Infzonc, ............ 264 Gunderson. Rose Mary .... 00, 143 232. 255. 286 H Ilan-kethul, Desmond ...... 74. 204 284, 307 Uncfcll. F.Rthcr..80, 158. 159, 167 252, 300 lltmlslg, Knnneth ......... 80, 202 1In,In0S. Chnrlcs ...... 30, 74, 110 113. 217. 222. 300. 307 Hull, Betty ............... 86, 244 Ilnll, Dorothy ..... . .......... 87 Hull, Dwight. .... 44, 81, 124. 262 258. 290. 312 Hum, Loon ................. 278 Tlumllton, Cnthcrlne ...... 87, 100 Hamilton, Jnne..74, 174, 230, 232 280, 302 llnmntnn. Howard ..... ...74. 274 Hnmnsnn. Lee. ........... 87 Hnndlnmnn, Irene...230, 294. 302 Hansen, t"nth0rlnc..158. 159. 100 200, 215, 227. 244, 288. 200 298. 315 Hanson, Shirley ....201, 200. 207 209, 244. 288. 299. 310 llnn-ourt, Charles ............ 278 Hnrrlmvny. llob .... ...... .... 3 0 5 llnrdlc, Mary ..... ...87. 240 Hardy, Albert ..... ...... 0 1 Hardy, Frnnces. ..... ..... . ..140 Wnrdy, Mnrjorln .......... 74, 146 Hare. Joo .................... 293 'Tm-mer. Hnrolcl .... ......... . 270 lvlnrnor, Robert, ..... 180, 206, 207 206, Wm, 293 Harper, Tom ............. 98, 130 llnrrlcs, Gnome ........., 941, 300 Ilnrrlcs, I1clun..75, 284, 280, 300 llnrrlson, Donald. ......, 211, 303 1Tn.rrlson. John ..... 105. 204. 312 Hurt, Beverly ..... ......, 2 82. 307 Hart, Ilerhrrt ...... . ..... 75, 908 lfurtluy, Carney ....... ....... 3 07 1Tn.rt.lrvy, Mary ......, 75, 230, 304 Hnrtmnn, Chnrlrs ............ 278 Tlnrlnnnt. Geonze ..... 44. 208, 207 llnrtz, Lctn. ......... ......... 8 7 Harvey. Josephine ......... Ill. 100 252, 242 Hnrvcy, Cnrol ...... 01, 157. M2 zsa, :zoo Hass. f'hn.r10s.. ...... 87, 217. 280 I-lmvthorne, Lonlse..201. 294 200 208. 290 l1ny6R. IIlnc1l'y..207, 280. 282, 298 Tlfnylltln, Perylo ......... 230, 205 llnyva, Charlotte ......... 200. 240 lfnycs, Edwln. ............ 87. 301 Hlkves, Lenoro ....... 01, 240. 280 284, 307 llnyutln. Alhert .......... S7. 205 lleunock, Ellznhrth ........... 302 llenlcy, IfIlUlC'l'1lll'.. ........ 35 44 251. 252 Page llrurnn, Wllllnnl ..... 01. 134, 260 280. 307. 312 IlerlIJO!'l7. Curl...44. 51. 190. 199 226, 301. 312 llcld, Gt-rLruclo,...,.61, 242. 310 Holster, Dorothy .... .....105, 310 llelnsohn, Erncstlne. . . . . . .75. 157 ' 241. 290 llnld, Evelyn ............. 61. 282 llulstlnn, Bernard ........ 44. 270 llundrlckson, Normxm.... ..... '45 130, 278 llendryx, John ............... 132 llunn, Bernice ....... 45, 145, 303 Illlllll. Richard ...... 75. 301. 307 llorlng, Orme ..... .. ..... 104. 272 Herrick, Joscfnh. .......... 75. 307 llc-rrlnlzton, .1nno.....87. 200. 298 llcrml, Ahrahnm ......... 45. 31 HGYAOK. Charles ..... 193. 195, 190 210, 211, 223 llnrzml. Mlldrcf1..61. 240, 294, 302 Hess, Dnvld. ..... ............ 87 llosslon. Fmncis .. ..... . ..... 280 llenslnlrvcld. Dorothy. . . llc-zmullmlclr. Charles. . . . ,87. Illckcy, James ..... . . 30, 132, Illckn, Frances. . . . . . . . . . .87, lllcks, Helen ....... .... 75 262 274 305, 308 242 ......298 llllzllhrruer, Churllne ...... 61. 206 244. 316 Illll, Mnyble ................. 62 Iflll, Runmlc .... 62, 200, 230, 240 280. 288. 303 Illllllcer, Ruth ....... 87. 234, 316 llilyer, Gooruo .......... 02 lllnts, Willlum ..... .. .... .... 1 24 Hitt, Hurt. ...... 45, 126, 220, 264 Hocket.t,, Guy ................ 117 Ilocklnlx, Eleanor ......... 45. 238 304, 316 Iloduos, Robert .... ........ 3 7 Ilodmm, Zernldn ..... .... 8 0. 252 1lotl'mnn, Helen ......... 238. 305 11oI1'mnn, Jcnn,... .... 75. 270 llnlhnnn, John .... ....301, 309 1lol1'mnn, Orvil ........... 75, 312 llounn. Mnrsznrol. ...... ....87, 232 llollwn, 1ln.rlnn,.45, 228, 270, 297 llnlmos. Betty ....... 87. 232, 302 llolmvs, Eclvvnrrl. ............. 270 Holmes. Ulnrn ........ ....87, 244 Hone, Ilnrlnn, ........ ....87, 272 Hoover. Betty ....... 75, 232, 293 mmktns, wnn ............ 75, zns Hopper, Ilohert...02, 195, 200. 220 258, 202, 288, 308 llorr. Mary Helen....45, 144, 215 230. 232, 280. 290. 294. 302 lloslz, Rnlnh ....... .. ...... ..270 Houghton, Eleanor ........ 80, 234 lfowo, Cornelia ...... 87. 232. 290 llowe, Kn.t,hertne...... ....... 300 Hoyt., Grace .............. 75, 242 Huhhnrd, Cllde..99. 114, 117. 131 Ilufnnucl. Mmm .,.....,.. -15. "M Ihnzhurt, Betty Jnne ...... 45. 244 llnnt, Jnnc ................... 157 llnnt.. Mlrlnm... .......... ...NSG Hunt, Ruth ............. 280. 290 Hunter, Chancellor. ...... 10, 140 Ilnntlnlz. John ............ 02, 202 Hurst, Marlo ............. 45, 240 llnrhlnpzs, Kntlmleen ......... 238 Hutchinson, Jlm .............. 87 llylund, Elle0n..75, 195, 248, 313 Ilyslon, W. H .......... ...... 1 05 I Independent Women. ........ .154 Imzrn,m, Grace ....... 75, 232, 2510 Intorfratornlty Counoll ........ 258 lnturaahool Counoll ........... I95 Intramural Sports, Men .... ..l34 Iota Alpha Pl ..... .... ...... 2 5 4 Isotopes ..................... 302 I Jucknon, Arthur .............. 312 Jnckson, mmm. .103, 107, 100, 307 Jnckson, Foy... ....... ....... 1 45 Jncohs, Doris ...... .. .... .75. 304 Jacobs, Wllllum ...... 62, 204, 278 293, 294 James, Mlrlnm..40. 158. 238. 315 Jnmlson. David ..... 301. 302, 312 Jarvis. Francis ..... ..... .... . 2 80 276 Jc-nlm. 'Donn ......... 62. Jcnnlnfrs. Joscphlno 13. .. Jr-ssnn, Gnnevleve ....... Johnson. Rentrlce .... 40. 227. 242. 288. Johnson, Donn ......... Johnson, Dorothy .... 40. 280. Johnson, Elmer ...... 318 220. 75 .. , 205 288. 208 . . . . . .288 145. 200 208, 300 303, 313 . . . . . .202 137, 220 299. 303 . . . . . . 87 P859 Johnson. Grnnvllle ll ......... 134 Johnson, Helen L. ............ 88 Johnson, Joscnh..83, 206. 272. 305 Johnson, Mnrle ............... 255 .Iohnson, Rny..112. 110, 117, 278 Johnson, Shlrlevy D. .......... 262 Johnston, .Ioyco..56,206,207. 242 Johnstone. Helen ..... 56. 142, 252 .lolll1l'0, Jenn. ....... 240, 282, 290 304, 310 Jones, linrlon ..... ...... 8 8, 262 Jonvu. l?rJ'st.nl ..... . ...... 88. 165 Jones, llelvn .............. 75. 286 Jonus, Knthlwn. .75. 242, 200, 293 .Ions-s, Ruger ........ ......... 2 62 .lnnun, lilllh ........... . ...... 316 Jones. Slllrlvb'-.1G1. 165. 242. 290 Jorgensen, Rlclnu-d....46. 49, 103 107, 109, 128, 220, 272 307, 313 Jnnlc, Ce-vll .................. 252 Junlor Class... ...... 56 Jtlsllls. 'Roth ......... 75, 234. 290 Justia, Guy ............., 301, 313 K Kahn, Ilermlnn .............. 314 Knllgren, Gwendolyn. . . . . . 88, 282 290. 293 Kalma Della.. ....... .. ..... 242 Kanna Delta PI.... .......303 Kappa Slams .... ........ 2 64 Knrrer. Gnldo ...... ...208, 207 Kntonn, IIL-lon ............... 238 Knvnlec, Kntheryn ........ 62, 145 200. 232 Knvnnnugh, A1frcd..125, 126, 128 120. 272 Knuvnr, Abraham ........ 206, 283 305, 807 Kay-Scott. Cyril ............. 26 Kearns, Ruth ............. 88, 238 Keener, II. J ............... ..104 Kolehor. Miclnwl .... 75. 260, 301 307. 312 KUIIOKZ. YVnJtcr.... ..... .... . 206 Kelly. Mary L ,.,. ........ 8 S, 248 Kelly, Mary T ...... 40, 282, 303 Kent, Ellznbetll .......... 88, 244 Kent, Gertrude ........... 88, 246 Kepler. Evelyn ....... 88. 166, 246 293, 304 Kcrshlsnlk. Angelo ....... SS, 255 Klhhy, Robert ...... . ..... 88. 262 Kidder, Mnynnrd ......... 46, 278 Klmhrongh, Jflllznbeth .... 46, 232 290. 299. 303 Kimo, Inez ..... . ...... . ..... 76 Klnu, Romnrd ............... 270 Kinu. Conover ....... 40, 264, 276 Klna, Lottie .............. 88, 254 Kingston, Corrine ............ 45 Kintzelo, Leland ........ ..... 8 8 Klslcr, Mary E.. .88. 200, 242, 290 Klelst. Herbert .......... 282. 300 Kleyhnuer, Alfred ......,..... 02 Klonlo, Loulse..02. 242, 200, 314 Knnuss, Dorothy ......... 45, 141 240, 314 Knight, Morrill ..... ....... 3 7 Knudson, Virlrinlu. ........ 88, 242 Koch, Amclln. ................ 250 Koch. Vlrltlnln ...... 88. 242, 314 Koch, lVIllls ................. 260 Korsoelcl, Josephine. ..... 101, 104 105, 200 Koscove, Myer ...... ....... 8 8 Kraft., Lilllnn .... ..... 88 Krnpe, Josonhlne ............, 76 Kruxboruor, Wayne ........... 88 Krl08. Wlllinm ...... 70. 120, 272 Knllmnn, Bctly..R8, 147, 240, 284 Kunz, Bernard ..... . ......... 276 KIIXIIMISEY1. Mnrthrn. .... ..R8. 284 Kynawlsbok ..... .. . . ........ 206 L Lmvkner, Dorothy .... 47. 282, 294 305, 312 Lzwknor, Vcrna...89. 240, 200, 204 Lakin. Edith Alice ....... 03. 232 312, 316 Lnkust,n., Irma. . .... ....... 2 82 Lnkustn, Ohm ........ ..... 2 84 Lambda Chl Alpha ....... ....266 Lamkin, Richard. ......... 78. 108 109. 272 Landau. Wllllnm ..... ....... 2 76 Landers, Wilton .... ....... 2 84 Landers, Wllllnm ....... .301, 309 Luna, Morrlss ............ 03. 301 Lnntrrldze. Itiurunret, ...... 80. 101 Lurdner. Jrnn..80, 244, 284, 304 Large, Bnrbnrn. .............. 76 7.n.lYlK. R. Floyd .... ........... 3 07 Lurmoo. Vlvlun ...... 76. 238. 252 harsh, Ruth .............. 03. 303 Larson, Dick ........ 47. 131. 202 Larson, Edwin.. .......... 89. 206 ..90. Lnutcr, Sh1rlcy..47. 130. 227. 242, 288, Law, Ionc ...... 70. 142. Lmvrvnn-e. Erickson. . . . . . Lawrence. Juan M.. . . . . . I vrenco. Kntherlneu... . ,zu 238' Lawson. John E ..... 30. Law Student Assoolatlon... 1, 1, , L4 1 I ........ us, Ily 011711 IV Il fl Page 206. 210 200, 315 143. 155 240, 286 .....260 . .... 154 .47 230 286, 318 195. 211 ..200 238 ' , 316 288 246 Layton, Carolyn .......... 47, Leach, Ju-wpnine .......... 89, League for Industrial Democ- . ....... .... ...aaa my ...... 16. 240. am I.ul1e1'L. Lonlsu. Le Carole Francais ...... Lee, Alfred ............ Lee, Dornllly. . . . .. . . .. Le , Elonnurn ............. 89. Leg, Helen ....... ....... 1 00. Lee. Munrnret. M ...... Lee, Mxu-gust. ll .... 143. 234, Lf,-iulnt., Stanley ...... 03, 270. Leonard. Hru'VUy .......... 80. Leonards SSH? Denn ..... 76. Lenny. y .... . ....... Levine, Bonnie ...... JDS. 127. Lewis, Eliznbeth....159, Lewis, Faith ...... ..... ..... Lewis, MBPS1lR11.dl5 . . wie. Robert.. .x. . L0 305, 307. Lewis, WIlllnm..37, 54. Light. ZMn.son..i70. 206. 22751, Li htfoot, Cnnres ........ . K 301, Llghclnlll, Cuyler ............ Likens, Dorothy. .......... .. Linch, Adrian. ..... 200, 301, Llndn, Frances ...... 63. 205. 242, Llnkow, Irvlnu .......... 218, Little, Mary Alice .... 40, 47. 200, 215. 210, 232. 280. Lloyd, Kathryn ..... 89, 232. Locey, Percy P ........... 99, Lomz, Betty .................. Long. Wilnnn ........... .... Loolfler, Stella ....... 63. 230. Lof, Guorue. .Ii3, 125, 206. 300, Long. Betty Reed ...... .... Loomis. Ruth ....... ,.. .37, Look, Henry ......... 76, 300. Loss. Dill, ..... 76. 264. 307. Luvcll. Jlllssvll ...... 217. 274, Lubchvnco, Lula ..... 80. 238, 302, Lucas, llelun ............. 80. Ludwig. Ylrulnin ............. Luebke, Gcrtrud ..... 64. 282. 304. 30-5. Luke, Robert .... ............ Lunney, Mnriu ...... Lustig. Lillian... .. .89. Lute, Nnmlle. .... ..... 8 0, Lutes, Willard ..... ....... Lyon, Clara. ........ ...EH Lyons, Betty Ixe ......... Lvons, Florence ...... 47, 284. M MacDonald, Dorothy. .89, 242. Mack, Bnrbnra.. . . . . .70. 244. MacMillan. Bobert,....,.,.... Muhnny, Lou ............ 100. Mahood. Dorot.hy....76. Mainland. Jean .... 242, 255. Mrdbin, G1ndys..... ..... 254, Mulmsten. Atheu ......... 47. Maloney, Betty..7G, 242, Mmgnn, s. Pnnip ........ 04, 276. Munn. Keene ........ 89, 266. Munn. Mary .... 47, 147, 246, Mnnninst. Gertrude.. .89. 244. Mnnns, John ........ 293, 301, Mnnns, Thomas .............. Marcus. Samuel ..... 64, 280. Mnrct, Jc-n'e1.H.H .......... rim-nor, Un me ne ......... MH 242. lviarlpmn, Pnillv ..... 89. 272. Marlowe, Ernest. . . . . . . . . .68, Marsh, John ................ Martin. Bernice ..... 47. 200, Martin, Ruth ..... ........... Martin, Willhnn ..... 76, 282. Mnrtlnsen, Fern ............. Mnrx, Ruth ......... 89. 200, Mason, Lorraine ........ 304 80 242 234 302 G3 252 305 276 244 242 129 270 290 303 206 301 311 200 280 305 206 308 254 302 309 200 298 280 139 295 290 121 238 238 248 309 238 109 307 308 280 204 305 248 89 302 311 89 248 230 240 89 238 206 304 306 313 282 89 12R 157 302 288 302 306 295 316 272 297 305 311 290 305 301 308 89 200 290 270 270 266 244 302 312 294 230 100 234 Mast, J00........... Mntheny, Boburt.. Mathias, Kathoryn. Mauro, Carolyn, .G4. Mauro. John.. .... Mxumer. Mrudoria.. Mayer. A. Wllllam Mayo, Imlnh. . .49, 248, 222. Mnx. Ruth ............. McAllister, Robert ...... McCarthy. Gerald McCartney. Dnvid Muliomns. Robert nrfcool, GennmeJ.'.'.'7'u',' McCntchen, Margaret. . . 234. McFadden. Weldon. .04. 206. McGuire, Charles. . .103, McIntosh, Fred ...... 90, Mclutosh, Glndys .... 76, McIntosh. Kenneth ...... Mcliissnck, Thomas ..... Mcliittrldk. Josephine.. McLnuth1ln, Herbert .... McMahon. Joan ........ McNair, Eltznbotlx . . .90. McNnry, Murtlm ..... 70, McNnssor. Donald ...... McNuLt, Rosemary ...... McWhnr1er, Wllllam .... Mend. Chnrlcs, . 64, 134, Melnick, Lon ........... Mentor Uraanlzatlon .... Merrick, Lnnlso. .64. 299. Merritt. Betty.. Merritt, Hcnx'y.....-10. 283. Mery, Albert, ....... 301. Metcalfe. Elmovr. .... 76. Metz. Dorothye ......... Moyer, Amy ............ MIclm,c-lson. Joe ...... 80. Milos. . . . . .90. Helen ......... 49, Miller, Andrew..48. 40, 220, 203, Miller, Frances ...... 90, Miller, TTn,rold..77. 259. Miller. Helen Lee ....... Miller, Jean ............ Mlllllwn, Rose ........ 71 Milton, Lev.. ..... .... . Mlnor Shoris .... . ...... Mintencr. Rnlnh ........ Mizcr, F. Robert ....... Montrose, Karl. .65, 207, Moore, Frnnk Judson. .. Glenn ........... Moore. Moom. Laverne ..,.. 107. M oore. Mooru. Moreland, RIHTRRWT. .... Martha. .......... Mnxlno .......... Morlnn. Frances , . .... . INIOTIIJIII, Mnry ....... 77, Morse, Albert .......... Morse, Mnrllnrct ........ Morse. Marie .... ...... Moser. Lewis ......... . . ,- fjfffelbfl 248 200. ass. f HQ.. ' . .h4. 305, 202. 297 .23G. ..c.4, flbf' ..'m. 248. 290, 200. 288. 113, 204, 242. .226. .70. 240. ..90, 200. 242. .303, . .00. .111. 307 203, 300 ll .-71. 300, 255, 259. 305, 303, 2R5, .70. 'ifihl' 240. 121. 277. 167, 267. 307. . .90. - . 74. ..90. ffiif' ..00, 301, ..05. 209 .295. 242. ..90. ..90, ..49. 302 .90, 245, ffbbf 088 316 90 100 302 280 208 49 252 292 307 276 313 300 312 201 200 202 286 166 302 203 318 111 203 203 264 278 206 290 395 90 244 286 313 244 112 312 285 308 291 l43 303 293 261 314 312 308 235 77 281 303 106 297 255 301 30S 245 00 255 263 l30 277 273 312 206 207 300 255 241 255 277 312 162 304 290 302 239 278 271 316 112 273 305 241 242 291 312 218 134 291 312 281 210 277 90 Mosko. Mnurlce. .... 112, 134, Most, Joe .................... Mott. Wllllam .... ........ . .. Mott, T.eRoy ........, 49. 104. Mu Beta Kalllia .............. Mnlvihill. Bnrhnra ..... .77. Mnnroe. Gnrlnnd ,.... 65, 231, 287, Murchison. Dnnnn ...... ,.54, Murray. Hllwood ......,..,.., Mnsselmnn, Nxnrlottc ..... 77, 185, Myers, Tlurhnrn, ...... 90. 234. Myers. Daniel .... ...... G 5, Myers. Florence .... ...., 4 9. Myhre. Chu-once .... ..... 9 0. N Nnwre. Willinm .............. Nnnco. Inman ................ Natlonal Colleulate Players. Naylor. Louise ........... 77. Nenl. Stanley. Jr ......... 50, Nanthens, Kathryn ............ Nchlizcr. Thnmus 0 ..... Neiklrk. Russell ......... Nelson, 1G1s1e...50. 250, 283, Nelson, Max ................. Nnhond. Frnnc..0!1, 141, 250. 281 306 240 273 249 273 312 278 287 14 293 3l9 Page Puze Nesbitt, Frances ..... 50, 206, 208 227, 233. 289. 295, 208, 304 Nesbitt, M.uurlne.., .......... 50 Nuthery, Ronald .Iny .......... 50 Newell, Irma ............ 242, 310 Nun-nuuln. 1ioswoll..267, 280, 308 Newmcycr, Janice .... 50, 283, 295 Nlblo, Wlniield .......... 277, 207 Niles, Doris .... . ........ 235, 302 Nnnr, Florence ..... ..90, 200, 242 290, 310 Nonnun. llertlm ......... 233, 293 Normxm, Muxinu ..... 65, Iuli, 107 168, 171. 172. 173. 174. 233 291. 315 Norris, Dorothy ..... ,..... 1 10, 253 Northway. William, ...... 37. 269 Norton, Rut.ll..05, 235, 294. 299 302, 305 Nnttlmr. Edwin.. ........... . 77 Nyuren, Elaine .......... 91, 255 Nysn'n.m1er, Vlnzlnln, ..... 206. 247 295, 304 0 Oakes. lietlfy-..77. 200. 2118. 245 287. 289. 298 O'Dcll, women ...,.. 77. 281, ans Uhlnmnn. Iddwnrd ........ 91. 267 Ohlmnn, .losso ................ 301 0'Knnu, nose ............. 77, 2px Oliver. Mnmuret ...... 42. 50. 138 140. 145, 247, 283 Olson, Howard David ..... 91, 269 Omloron Delta Kalllll -------- 226 0'Ne1ll, Adeline Jnnot. ....... 243 0'NclIl, Klltherine Mnry..91. 245 Onstolt.. Frnnk. .............. 228 Ornlmod, Harper .......,.. 01. 273 0:-bison, James ..... ...9I. 305 Orchestra ........ ...... 2 I5 Orllnslky. Albert, ............. 77 Ornstein, Art ........ . .... 14. 271 Orr. Pnmrlclzm ................. 300 Orth. 1Im'r1n4....77. 147. 247. 304 Osborne, Hnmld 1"...49, 207, 209 220, 289, 206. 314 Osler, Katherine. ........... H300 Overlwlt. Lewis ...... 65, 301. 307 Owens. Lois .... 65. 296. 303, 310 Owen, Hallett ............. 01. 277 P Pngc, Frank ...........,..... 306 Pxmdnln. Cnrmelln Ann...300, 310 Pninwr, Muriel Sldnoy...50, 145 240, 310 Palmer, Edward Emon' ....... 2721 Pnlmer. Snott LeRoy --.. ....,253 Panhollenlo Counoll .......... 222 Parakoata ................... 279 Pnrfot., Glenn 14' .......... 77. 277 Parisi. Frxmccs. .... 160, 291, 295 Parson. Dorthy ............... 285 Pnscun. Elouterco Gnhrlel .... 300 Pntten, I'n.ulIne F..,05, 235. 202 294, 305 1'uItorsnn. Elonnor Jnnu...Dl, 241 I'ntIon. Helen 1'IliznI1cth..77. 171 175, 300 Pnnl, Le-uh F ............ 77. 235 Payne, Harriet. Lou1go....fi13, 233 I'ou,rcc, Riclnlrd .......... 50. 269 Pearson, Evelino .......... 01. 253 Peck, Alico ..... 51. 147. 194, 200 , 241. 284, 205, 315 Peck, Kate Scott .... GG, 158. 241 205. 315 Peloff, James. ..... ....... . .131 P1-true, Sophie .... ....... 2 03 Pepper, Allan. ........... 51, 273 Pepper, Marvin ..... ...... R 1. 271 Perlnnltter, Rnnnld .......... R1 Perkins, Constance Mny,..... 66 Pefrrymnn. Lois Elennor..77, 240 Person, Louis J. ............. 51 Parson. Marjorie Lolm .... 50, 240 Peskin. Sidney ............,.. 78 Paterson. Arthur ...., 66. 2 312 91 72. Peterson. Ethel Ellznboih ..... Peterson. Lena Ellxm ......... 94 Petrie. Sophia ..............., 2R2 Pfremwchner. Bon ...,.,. Baia Slama. .... . Chl Theta ..... . Emllon Phl .... Gamma Nu ....,.. Lambda Ullsllon... Slqmn .......... .. Phl Slgma Delta ..... .. Fhllosonhloal Academy. Phl Phl Phl Phl Phl Phl .7B. Philhonr, Charles .......... Phillips, Ruth G4-nrble... ..51 205. Plcinnti, Jnsner George ..,.. ..l12 Pl Bala Phl ............... 244 Pl Delta Theta ......... PI Gamma Mu ...... PI Karma Alllha .... 268 . .307 252 ..308 ..255 H309 ..3Il ..270 ..3l0 . .284 240 314 ::3I2 ..a13 ..zsa Digg, Morey I". ...... 78. Plrnut. A1box'1...91, 116, Place. Albert L ....... .. Place, Clarence L ....... Pnertncr, Allan Ilonry.. ronnrd. muy Tyler .... I 144. 227, 244, l'smtenler. Evelyn 0 ..... Portur, Elonazor I-Zvnng. . . Potter. Mnedwlnu.. . . . . . Potms. Louis ............. l'ul,ls, Robort .....,...... Powell. Gertrude E' ...... Powell. Jane Elizabeth.. 272 117 'ki .91. 51 .91. .91. 284: Powcns, Leonard P....66, 98, 107, 111. 113. 120. Powers, Slum Aaron ...... 01, Powcm. Wilbur Emmett. . .91, Price. Ma,rzuret,..79. 240. 255. Prclss. llnnnn Ruth ..... 200, Priess. Nonnn...51. 158, 159, 227, 230, 236, 303, Press Club ............... .. Province. Helen ............ Pnwlm. Eleanor Marie. . .81. Pal Chl ..............,..... Publloatlons . ......... .. Clnrlon ..,..... .. "D" Book ........ .. Football Dluest ..... .. Kynawlabok . ...... .. Student DIraotory.... .. Q Qunnrlt. Robert ...... 60, 258, Quick, Robert Bamrtnn ,... .111. Qulll Club .............,... Quinn, Ben B ....... 70, 102. R Rnub, Mnmunrut ........... 91, llndetsky, 1lnrvey...66. 271. Rmlford, Emily ..,........ 60, Rulnh Ruth .,.... 78, RIlR11lJ1l.1I111, Mnl1lo.' ...'.' .' .U ' llny. Walter ........... .. Ray. Wllllam ........... 3611 ' Rodrllnn. Ulnmrlos .... 218, 219, lteddlmr. Edward .... 92, 267. Reddish, Forrost, ........, 2515, Reed, Boswell .... . ..,. 131, Reese. Elizabeth ........, llelch. Mrs. Ruth ........ Reid, Edith. ....... . Held. IWIIKV Graco ....... Reinhard. Frunk. .3IS, 37 Helter. Charles ..,...... . llumlnuton. Ollvc.. . . Reynolds, Doris.. . .. .0G. Reynolds, Ruth ...,...... Rhodus, Wllllnm ........ Rlnlmrds, Anno. .52, 231 lil:-hurds. Edwynn. .... .. Rlckus. Roy ..... 55, GG, Rlrlor, Robert ...... . 78. .00, 273. .02, 245 hkia iii 275 205,' 305 llivd, Jnulc .,...... .... . . lilmls, Zne..67. 247. 294 llllvy. Frvd ........... Rllllnk, Mnbul S ........ Rin. Wllllnm ............ Eabh Ronrrlx. Dorothy ...... 92. 243 Hone-rls, Dorothy ..... .... . 92 292 Roberts, Dwight. . . l!n'ln+r1.s, John ....... Robinson, Dorothy ..... Hohlnson, Gene. .,., , , Rockwell. Elizabeth. . . Rmlzem, Ollvn ....... .. ..95 Roflpuers. Willlnm ......... 92 Roc. Hn rrtv ......... 300, R001 nfs, Harvey ......... Rolston. v1l'll1l11Jl ..... . Roper, Dnnnld. .67, 207. Ruse. Edwin .......... ROM. Roy.. ......... 52 305 .92, 301 132 Gof "ESQ, Rosen, Aho .,....,... 52, 271. llnewntlml. Allwrl .... 78, 206, 210, 218. 219. 222, 281. 301, Ross. Jack ....... .... . .92 Rossi, Ernst ..... .... 1 12 Ruth. Ilorrick... Royal. Glnrnm..,.. Rnhcnstcln. Pnnl ...... Rndnlnh, George ..,., 07, Rnnle. John Wlllinm .... lwnn. Edward ..... . Rynn. Eileen ...... . Ryerson. llny ...... Rylnnd. John .....,. S inks. I.IIHnn,..l37, Snllcn. Jack ...,... Snmc-lsnn. Arthur... 205 ,52, 255, ...52 281 .07 -1 . .71 SRIIIIIPINUII. Wlllhnn ........ 275 124 227 276 202 1 10 209 91 91 51 50 299 244 255 101 264 204 293 304 230 165 315 288 91 250 3 I 4 203 204 2 I0 2 I 0 206 2 I 0 204 202 296 272 244 281 239 247 291 307 219 207 301 306 273 299 51 92 241 312 277 303 233 02 203 303 92 259 307 285 307 126 311 267 158 281 302 245 302 102 277 235 209 92 255 273 307 277 02 312 134 307 312 207 289 307 134 275 92 78 271 278 278 273 249 275 280 283 92 289 271 Pnuv Snnlormzlll. Mary .... ........ L! 31 Saxmvnxi, lvlllzulwtln ........ 92, 245 S11.11llIl0l'HUIl, linlhryn. .92, 207 241 Scarab ........... .... . ...... 2 26 Schuclzcl, linrburu ....... 92, 102 245, 291 Schnclzcl. linm-nc J ....... 78. 281 283, 293, 307 Sclmycr. Churlus ........, 297 Scllcnklvr, Ruth ..... 78. 249. 304 Schiller. Clare ............... 92 Suhmlmlt, Knrl .,...,. 52. 235, 295 300. Illll Schncll. lCzlllh,. .............. 253 Schorr. lfrunuus Mary .... 07, 241 Z!-lil, 293, 1411. Scllrullcr, Urrilh. .... 52, HSS, Zllli 207. 2-15. 291. 315 Sclmnlvr, Tllyl'-l1...l1T, 1545, 2811 2914 Schultz, Cl1Lru..li7, 2-19, 2315, 303 Nclxumnn, A. Lee ............. 283 Sclnvulnl. Ucoruo ...... ...7N, 275 Schwartz. Murvin ......,. 271, 281 Svlnunnlo, .lhn..52, 301, 1407, 1412 Scobcy, llorollly Muy. .... GT, 101 230, 251 all-nu. Murjorlu ....,...... 92, 2414 SLvx'vul, Mnry Alice ......... 9" swim. Mnrcclln. . . . . . . . . SL-un.l. Cxlrollnu ........... 92, Senlor Class .. ..... .......... Surnlln. Al1'rc1I..09, 201, 273, Sctvln. Markle ............ 78. Sevursnn, O. llurnctl ......... Nhnnnun. vll'DlllI1IL...U9, 152, 231. 241. Slmplro, Illnrry ........... Shnnlro, .lun-k ........ GN, 207, SIlnD1ro, linac ............... Sham, C1ll'Ul..52, 138, 141. 2-13. 255. 287. 289, 291, Shen, Martha ............. 78. Shelby, Edw1n..03. 132. 135, Slwllnhnrpwr, Glnflys..93, 104, Shvilnnl, Jean ..,......,..... Sherrill., L. Ann ...... Shroyor, Pearl ...... ....... Shwuydcr. Dorothy ......, 1.8, 287, Nlnvnyclur, l"ny..92. 167. 2R7, Slvknmn, Helen ..... 92, 241, Sluma Alnha Ensllon ........ Slams Kalwa , ............... Slams Phl Emllon.. ......... Nhunuml, Blllle ............. Nlln-rsluln, llnrry .... 30, 220, Hlnmn, lllvlmrll. .......,. all., rllnmson. Imlph .............. Smart, Grnco ........ 93, 304, Snmrt. Ilnlhh ..--......... 93, thnunll, lhu-Inn..52, 209. 290, 311, Suu-ml, Uonlxlnc. .7S, 207. 2-ll: Slncml. .lulln...R0, 247, 296. Slll0I'Il0l1', l'I1lllh ...... ISN, 237. 295, Zill, SIIIOTIIUIT, ll. Gurnl1l..53, 301. Slllllliy. Mvlvlllu. ..... ISR, 222, Slllllll. l-'rnnvcn Ii. . . . . .. Slnith, llvorgo 1' ......, .. Snxllh. Lloyd A .... .. Snlllh, Urln ....... .... . Snlno.-c, Marvin ..........,.... Sollvsc, Mlvlmul ..... IFR, 280, Sophomore Class .............. Sowcem. 'I'ln-mlnrv ...... .... Sororitles ........... ...., Spanish Asaoclatlon .......... Sm-clzlv. Sully l.un..92, 154. Snunm-cr, llnzcl ........... 93, Nm-nec-r, .Iohn ..... . ...... 93. Svrnrlllnu. Fred ..,, . ..... . Snurlnck, Flon ...... .... 9 Il. Squires, Jlohvrt ,,......... 78. Stnvklmusv, Innu ......,.. 93, 247. Sine-khousv, Paul .........,.. Slunrllfnrxl. Murmlorils' ..,. 93. Slnnloy, lmn ........,....... Slnnlvy. 1':1't'1J'll ...,.. 53, lllll, 145. 226. 1900, Slnnlm. llnrx-y..514, 205, 280, Stunlutnn, llnrrlut ......., 93, Stunlvton, Jnlnus. . . . JIS. 283, Ntnlcs. l'nlnu-r ...... GR, 209. Slnvcly, Dun ........ 99, 132. Simmer. lnnlsu ........... 70, Htulnhvrxr. Mnrvln ........... Sim-rum-r, l-'vnllnnnrl .......... Slvnluonsml, Mnrzlorlc ..,.. ISR, 200, 2-11, 203, 296, 208, Stewart, Lowls ........ .- .... . SI. John. Myrnn ....... St. John. Slrlnn. .... 09, 290, Jlllfl, RIS. Sim-ktrnl. Alvin ..,...,.... 53, Slum-lmm, l'm'lnnc.. .... . Slnll. Jnnn' 1Knsullc,.93. ..93. 247. 215 21:1 sa 30K 283 92 207 291 07 -Ifl . 9.1 227 303 243 275 253 241 302 255 104 315 31 5 298 272 246 274 .310 281 267 261 316 205 IHIN 313 296 311 291 Cilli 309 275 287 305 9.1 "77 521 310 71 112 222 316 2245 Hi-1 271! '47 52:17 278 162 299 93 163 1407 l-ll 303 296 251 305 2811 IKII7 2-ll 305 312 145 3011 283 El!! lilll 31 -I 277 243 291 Stone. Uhnrles. . .. .... .. Sloutror. Florence. Nlnvnll. l'1liz:lhelll.....50. 2117. 245. Slrxxnsky, 1.uulsu. . 161 Nl1'11llll, I.nulIh'. .. Strawn, Mnrjnrlc .... .. , SIl'l'llI', llnmtlly. .... SI l'l.u'. llclfunl. . . HIYUIIK, Mnrgnrvt . Stmnsz, Sheldon. . . . . .36. Student Directory rlrukunlmllz. Ruth. . . . . . ..l0.l, Sllllllll. llunnls .... . . Hlnzllulrn, ldwlnn ......... . SuIlh'nn. Willlnln... Nnltnn. 1llC'1111l'll...... ........ 205 Swanson, l'nrl ..,.... 53, Swnnson, Theodore.. Swartsllry. Adu Mus ...... 80, I'uuc Pane . . . . .117 'l1l0lllDS01l, W1ll1nm. . . . . . . . . . . 37 ..2-15, 289, 298 'l'hm'nton, Willlnm ............ 37 53, 200 'l'lllI1'Nl!7ll, Ulxuslcr 1V1ll1nm... .280 240. 289. 303 Tultz. lf!!-PUB-l'0C Louise.. . JO. IU . .53. 158. 160 269. aus , 163, 291, 315 '1'lsIllK, lilly Edwtlrd. . . . . .54, 258 . . .09, 251, 287 Tnln-r, .lcromo Norman ...... . 94 Ti 2-17. 283 270, 301 . .79. 237 'l'nnlItaL, Ynnc- Ann,..94. 102. 301 .. . ....... 271 'l'un'nu, 1V1lll1l!1.LU ....... . . .68, 240 ... . . . . .93. 233 '1'0WIISL'lIll. Qllurry Paul. . .112, 272 291. 293 Track ............ ...........llB 53. 275 Troll, .lvnn Katherine .... 80, 165 285, 307 166, 206, 242, 291 . . . . . . . . . . . .210 Trnhy, Marjorie. . . . . .70, 232, 294 ' ' 312 302. 305 . . . . . 78 Tnulgoon, Francis Brooke.. . . .277 -... . 73 Tsumuru, Nobnznnu ...... . . . .310 .. . . .2ll9, 271 '1'lll'llt5l', Ann.. . . . . . . .79, 219, 230 Turner, Unrcl Inrrulne.. . .94, 240 301. 307 'l'urnv:r. Iflurl Mason. ..... 94. 205 309. 312 Tnrnvr, l'uullno .... . . . . . . . . . .254 .93. 200, 203 255 U g.W,,,,.,,,' 1.1..gl.pr ,.... ..... 7 S, 255 llvmurn, l.lll1nn.... ....... . 94 Swcrrlfogcr, Mnrpznrct ..... 78. 235 llhl, Marlo ........ .... . ..69. 28? 2517, 291 Ului'lclc,nlAlLwlc ........... 94. Swlfl, Hulull. ........ 54, 241, 306 NWT! Y 977193: ---- ------' gpg...-r, 114-1.-H ,,,,,., 54, 241, 3045 Urh-k. Wurren ....... 69. 228, 278 flyer, th-onzu.. ..... ...... I SR, V S" . ' ..... . ........ L Nikxr, ..... 78, 247, 287. 294 VlIKll1ll0, llunvdctto.......79. 248 ' 291. 302 287. 304 1. Vnil, Cntln-rlnc,.... ....... 280 Vullcrn, Vince. ....... .. ...... 94 Tull. Wllllnm ............ 93. 274 Yun lirunt, 1'urcy ........ 54, 244 'l'lIllll0I'. Wnrrcn..54.121.l21l. 278 Vunsluxnoor, Jca.n...09, 244, 293 'l'1lI'll'l0ll. Nllflflll --.---.------ 93 Vnmlvxnocr. John ....... . ..... 277 'l'1lVl"llUl'. ll0lIl'y .........,..... 104 Vnn Suun, Ebbcrt. ....... 94. 273 'l'nylnr, .lane Florence ........ 302 Yun Suun. Frederick. .... 94. 272 'l'uyl0r. Murlnn Anrlrey...94. 340 Ynrncr. Gurney.. ........ 70, 278 'l'lI5'l0l'- Nlllll ------------- 54. 235 Yuzuuuz. Dlnmunthlal ..... 69, 295 'l'nylnr, '1'Iu'rxlore ,.... ........ 2 09 300 304, 316 '1'nylnr. Trnvls... ........ 274. 300 Vnzqm-z. Ellldn... ........ ...295 'l'l'1'lJlv. Rolvort ............ 94, 308 Vulnzqucz, Il.elnuldxL..94, 300, 310 'l'1.-1-ls. John ............... 79. 272 Vurgcn, Unrlene ....... ...80, 255 'I'm-llherll. Illmlys Ann, ........ 94 Vorloo, .luck ..... ......... 7 9, 277 '1'1-llvr, Ruth Gertrude ......... R0 Vcrleu, Juy ........ ..79, 135. 205 143, 252 280. 313 Tamnlln Hall Club .......... I46 Vurnon, Prescott. .... 69 Tonnll ....... ....... ....... I 30 Vllaunsl, Llllinn .... .... .295 'I'hnn1cr, Rlclmrd ..... ...54. 272 Ynlllck, Ullnrlca ............. . 94 Thais Phl Alpha ............. 248 Vnn Mlsclxke, Bert..... ...... 206 Thnla Upallun ............... 251 Vonrhcls, Loraine ......... 09, 252 'l'hlhoclvnu, Bob Wn.llnvu..79. 272 Voss-, 11111108 ........ .... 9 4. 272 'l'hmnns. Al..-15, 54, 98, l0-1, 126 w 128, 129, 197. 201. 226. 263 280, 290 Wnllxvn. Mury Mn!11nrct..54. 143 Tlmmus, Cnthcrlno Gladys.... 94 215. 255 'l'Imxnns, Lllluzll 1'cLcr..00, 79. 200 Wnlrlmnn, Sam ...... 37, 271, 290 'I'lnunns, Wlll Clwstcr .... .79. 205 Wnldrnup. llnzcl ............. 37 l um 1-mn Bill 'l'. 1. , ........... 'l'hompsnn, Pnul.... ..., ..94. 272 'l'hmnpsnn, Ylnzlnlal. .... .24-1, 272 304 Wnlllwr, Jmncs Rnnmlolph. . . . .280 Wnlkcr, Jrmcnllint' ..... .... 9 4. Wnlkcr, Mnmlc , . ......... 94. ws mumoun nomnsou mr' co nrnvrn UNIVERSITY OF D.E,NVEIL 320 242 280 Wulkvr. l'onr1...54, 145, Wnllcer. Vlrl-iinlu ..... 80. Wall. 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