University of Denver - Kynewisbok Yearbook (Denver, CO)

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NIVERISITY OF DENVER 41 4 4 'k ms mm mag is lo Ari -World We slrife, deslruclion. and even l'he bigo'l'ed opinions of popular wise men will noi' sfifle i1's progress. They have 'Failed in lhe pasf, and will no'r succeed in lhe fulure. Maillol's s+a+ue which adorned our library is proof of 1'his. H' suffered criiicism from 'rhe illiberal 'I ' ' d as all good ar'f will rem Gln and unappreciahve, bul' remame on +his earlh. All Ari is nol +o be admired nor is all Arl lo be des ised, bul all Ari is lo be respecled. We have 'rhis in mind when we dedicale 'lhis book, hoping in some small way lo show apprecialion or al' leasl' consideralion and lolerance lor 1'he beauly around us. ,W Jil mf, WM 'M "M ','IJ, M- ' HM' 4 Yu M E M D R I A M HW, DAVKD SHAW DUNCAN, has 'n sirohs wiih a HKS CHANCELLORS deearied. No more The quiei eariy morm g hire Scokiie, ihrough The sunsiruck campus: no more a hearihfilng smile of greeiing -ro ah passersby. A iiny ' r hearis as we say fareweh and d Scot and a cheers! Hag Hes ai hah mas'f an ou ne" io a beioved ruler, a prou "auld Kang sy kingw American. +o Reuben E. Nyswan- W der, Dean of 'rhe School of Science and Engineering, are lhese lines dedicaled. Sci- ence was his God, bul Humanify was his creed. His many slu- denls counfecl him a friend and helper long aHer fhey lefl his classroom. 'rig lj, 5"-ul," '41 .,,, I -1 -Q.. Q? The Central City Opera House in its fading glory takes on a fleeting fame every summer with its productions of star-cast plays and operas .... Left, New wearers of the blue- dyed carnation pose on the Chapel steps after ODK tapping. 9 H 1 x who Ax ., QL..- MA -Aa is ,, lr 'fn -1ss',ADW'H' z Photo courtesy V. L. Hubbard. Af if Yk. i- kv ' i ' resenied The K newisboic is p 0 wiih die fond hope ihai' ii's ' 'ii be eageriy accepied in ihe man- ' ' ihese iroubied varieiy and uniqueness wi ner in which ii is presenied. ii is our behei in iimes and especiaiiy ihis gear a iighier mood is needed 'ihus in ihis exposiiory an picioriai recapiiuiaiion we have combined saiire, humor, sarcasm and hisiory--we hope! nunsv G. nANcK .. .. :orron-IN-cl-ner ELAHINE HANEY. . .ASSOCIATE fDITOR nun-I Moons. ...corv :anon I2 on IIINEIIIIM I5 IIASTES 33 ACTIVITIES 'IS IITTRMITIIINS 'IIS SPORTS 149 nmrrruznnnnns 177 liulnns U 229 j i2 vin Q Q: 4, O ll 'W Q. X 'V' ., . -r u -,X xi... Q ,Q ' 11, a 5 W I "Lg i e A Y, 1 , 2 I z I Q 1 , K - M ' 1 1- ,Q H us. ,V f.-. H' W, 1 ffifffff '44 ' Il I 1 I ,'.4.k1,'M.5??n-x'y ',,.t,,'n4,.y V . Q r'ff7 " 91' if Q aff! uf V ,A .J . ,f 31 f,.,'j'V -f A 1f.,.y,:?Qfxif .if H f ty . ' fn' Qfrl5",,,.-'4 J. ' ,"!"s. 4193" "-, -' --'-21 f- .1 , ,s mv- .V J ' .."'l:-nib" "'7l""'f H A :EQ J1'??fP"' 7 ,,... 3 ' v"z J I m ix 38,14 ,, A w , K , . ., f if .U x !'N 'Wil ,-. 'n A' Q.. 'Viv Jr' ' ,.,J.v""" RSHIP CALEB F. GATES, like a veniuresome lord from aiar, heeded 'm and came Wesl, lo conquer 'fhe 'lh his Easlern The Horace Greeley maxi ' i Denver collegians and iacul-ly wi nd good will. "G'vreehngs, d may Universily o suavily and his innale charm a Gales," are exlended lo you by all your subiecls an h meinlheWesl. Y ou find a happy o I7 43 pf V 5 ff' P , Sv 'iff' F' 'Hr Qi' wr 1-" We FACULTY PRESENTS EYQE5. ..S.l3.!f.'i2 "Doc" Hyslop, Physics Prof.: Prof. Edward Bourke, of Commerce-Dean Roger WolcoH', of Law: Arfhur Lewis, Mafhemafics Prof.: Elizabefh Facid, FASS Direcfor-William F. Luebke, Prof. of English: I. O. Addicofi, Popular Eciucaforg and Marion Robinson, Drama lnsfrucfor. , I 8 ' -B 'YQ' 'iiiia T253 e .WZ FACULTY PRESENTS Gm 'WFS' 9 Comme ce n- sfrucforg Efienne Renaud, Prof. of Anfhropology: E. T. Halaas, Commerce Prof.--Margaref Sf. George, Fine Arfs Insfrucforg L. J. Davidson, Prof. of English Liferafure: Henrieffa Zobel, Bofany Prof.-Forresf Fishel, Music lnsfrucfor: G. W. Gorrell, Prof. of Mafhemafics: R. J. Walfers, Dean of Liberal Arfs. ww g ft , ' 'Fl'-lui. R Hammargren W0 Prof. of Journal- ism: George H. Whifealxer, Maih lnsirucforg Dale Fuller, Iniernafional Relaiions lnsfrucror- Roberf Zingg, Prof. of Anfhropologyg ElRoy Nelson, Prof. of Economics: Efhel Schuman English Prof.-Carl Fracassini, Arr lnsfrucrorg F. L. Carmichael, Prof. of Maihemafics Douglas Miller, Prof. of Economics. Wdlhibuuq. I .WZ FACULTY PRESENTS '?"""C"3"'CE?"'i 0 llns, of m merceg Elberfon Smiih, Instructor in Economics: Margarei Boos, Prof. of Geology-Edmund Cressman, Prof. of Classics: R. H. McWilliams, Prof. of Sociology: Elwood Murray, Prof. of Speech-Campion Bell, Inslruclor in Sraeechg Alberf Rechf, Mafhemafics lnsfrucforg and Dean Malcolm Wyer, of Library Schoo . 2l William F. Wyman, treasurer of Jack Rork, purchasing agent fo the school, handles all the finances. the University, dispenses money He could have many willing but in- and goods that all may be served capable assistants. We AIIMININ TRATIUN: NLF!-12 realm ot the University ot Denver preside vassals and dignitaries -each ot whom rules his principality under the watchtul sceptre ot the Lord High Chancellor. Not the least important is the Chan- cellor ot the Exchequer and his Maiestic Deanships ot the Male and Female guilds. Often times, around the round tables and Dean of Men, John E. Lawson, also Randolph P. McDonough, political science instructor, forestalls alumni secretary and as- local discord and forecasts national un- sistant director of exten- rest. sion, is a genial comrade of all, both old and young. 22 V, .If ,, l Joseph Hare, acting li- brarian, made purchases for the Mary Reed Li- brary. tl? 'i .t 5. . .n . Pleasant Bob Olsen kept Smiling Loyal Niblo was C. L. "Charlie" Herzog, gradu- the books.and accounts bookkeeper of fraternity ate manager of student affairs, for the University. and organization accounts. also manages the Student Un- ion and may count everyone his friend. the festive boards in the Sanctum Sanctorums of Old Maine, their various Worships gather in general meeting to mull over the affairs of state or the destinies of individual rebels within the realm. At this time, the Comptrollers of Graduate Serfs combine with the Tutors and High Magistrates of all the serfs to pass judgment and flunk recalcitrantsg then the kingdom is shaken by a great unrest. Frank C. Onstott holds the position of registrar at Commerce and is also secretary of the University. Marjorie Cutler as registrar en- courages freshmen and sophomores and discourages unwary seniors. Dean of Women, Gladys C. Bell, ex- officio member of women's organiza- tions, has her office the clearing house for all student activities. gal' Y 23 p r o vi n c e of W9 the kingdom of Higher Knowledge and Living occu ies the most palatial resi- dence and shelters the most enlightened counselors to fur- ther the social and mental growth of the young nobles and damsels. Campusology is 'lruly the most successful and popu- lar phase of learning. Ed McWilliams, president, Charlene Baer, vice-president, Mar- tha Brown, secretary, Ruth Mclntosh, interschool council rep- resentative, and Hank Walsrnith, interschool council represent- ative, conservatively led the campus in a peaceful and quiet regime. 9? 71 .5 "1 U l' f xilifi gd- The terrace of Mayo Hall is the gathering-place Registration in the fall is always a tedious task of students during chapel period. The alma with multitudes of cards, required courses, mater statue is their company and inspiration. advisor's approval, and athletic book pictures 24 to climax ordeal. a prentices, for the first We tiiane removed 'From their Bohemian estate, dwell apart with their pallets and brushes, their plasticine and charcoal, but permitted some local lay- men to visit their lofty domain and breathe the exaltecl air of artistry. Durey Ranck, president, Alice Abbott, vice-president, Alberta Hubkey, secretary and Paul Graves, treasurer, were the last officers of the fine arts school which fused with the liberal arts school. Professor Thompson shows his painting classes Art students found Pioneer Day no excuse to the rudiments of fine painting and insists upon digress from proportion, mass, shadow, etc. the principles that have made him a leading They did, however, present an unusual picture American artist. to the casual observer. 25 Q9-A Engineering stuclenls, Sir Gal- 0 ahacls on an Unholy Quest, raise furious battle with test tubes upon creatures of a lesser realm, or emulate Merlin's magical powers. Some go even so lar as lo pursue the elements with slide rule and plummet. 9 ' ff!:?,' ,W ,511 -1 -- , gr", P I , W K i W J " A' A Jack Detrick, president, Charles Dolberg, interschool council representative, Ruby Hentschel, secretary, and Leonard Savory led the gas house gang conservatively and inserted their energy in studies. El The mesh of equipment .in the gas house The "gas house gang" enter their laboratories "Gales 'W Small I?f0ble'fl In lfself- BUT fhe'Wl'IY, to devote themselves to the lite of recluse that valign, :Hd how, I5 the real Problem fo Science they might solve some ofthe untold secrets. s u en s. 26 division, manned by the King's digni- QQZB taries, turns each year, several erst- while serfs into bewigged, and bepowdered barristers, who spread their knowledge and iudgmenl' far afield, tinged with a slight pisces flavor. A Leonard Sutton, president, Charles Higson vice-president, Eliza- beth Kofoed, secretary-treasurer, and Sherman Sutliff, inter- school council representative, maintained the downtown law school's reputation and over-representation in student gov- ernment. The campus in winter presents a picturesque Sun through Autumn-yellow trees is the setting scene to students as they change classes. Such during the fall quarter. This is the scene from weather also offers convenient excuses for Mayo Hall looking across the quadrangle. tardiness to class. 27 cuslodians zealously guard ,Wg the sacred l'ome.s and far famed scribblings of the lnlcmasters. Toward this vocahon they train young scholars 'ro remain secluded and cloisteredg veritable Priests and Priestesses in the Temples of Knowledge. Jane Dallimore, president, Bob Houze, vice-president, Nina Sittler, secretary, and Robert Campbell, treasurer, reigned over the library school. Their downtown location did not affect their union and harmony. V on the campus is the nucleus of campus library rians sacrificed a campus and its frivollty to pur work, being information desk, lost and found, sue the time-honored vocation in the libraries. etc. 28 ' The circulation desk at the Mary Reed Library For one year behind this shop-like front. the libra- school trains its serls gl in the gentle arl' of 9 money exchange, usury, ancl barter in the hope lhal' upon release from their apprenliceship they may rise as vassals over ye local emporiums ancl ye gill shoppes at the piH'ance alloH'ecl 'ro college gracluales. Elwood Bolster, president, Margaret Roediger, vice-president, ' ' t h ol coun Isabelle Davenport, secretary, Darwin Emery, in ersc o - cil representative, were the officers of commerce school. Har- mony between the sdhools and in the school prevailed. Between classes the students at Commerce stroll This lib,.a,.y scene though specifically comme,-- d I f r not all knowledge on their spacious campus. The scene presente cial, is gene,-any universa 0 'S equalled 0nlY al' I-3V 0' L-'b"3"Y 5Ch00l- is received from books. A well-rounded edu cation IS the goal. 29 The council meetings are held in the campus Student Union building every other Tuesday evening. The important legislative action this year was the reframing ot the old and inadequate constitution. A new streamline law was the result. Prexy "Mic" peruses the proposed new Constitution. 30 John Lawson, Dean of Men, was the steadying hand. Leonard Sutton, working Law School president, was always absent. Sherman Sutliff, Law'a repro sentative, came from C. C. ' Charlie Herzog was member ex-officio, friend and arbiter. We INTERSGHDIJL IIIIUNGIL is a bucolic body of provincial representatives who adminis- f tered the Kingdom's Law. These Knights of the Round Table soughl' their Iosl' powers and watched over 'lhe feasts and revelries of lhe proletarial, that lhere be no confusion or crimson resultant. Ed McWilliams was the iit- Betty Syler gave voice to the Ruth Mclntosh, vivacious Hlnk Wglgmith was tho jolly tory and conservative cam- Associated Women Students. campus representative, was gummy and qmw, nw.. pus president. always popular. ggnfgfiyg, X m V , ,, . , ,g": 29- s,-, MP' .. ' -- Y .'il8?f2':,:-cf' '+1'Eflf'g:"- '31 A - ' Wigs' 'wiki' A i ,Jw gf- ,F 5, gm H ., a, My ' ' 1' ' . ' r tlfw r .fq.i1y,m 5' X. -- I 4,.L1:11V V 'I V ' fa-, ""' e , 5f15,wHf - 4 1. -gg 'f. vl- Q' lf,-.., g uv a- -HQ: ,V 'gtg . ' .vet X.: el - QM- ' , V I L2 ., g z: ,.:f-wxixgr' EIVIDN Billflb COMINYU0 50l'flYl0l' Cllffll W-I0 I PUD' Durey Ranch, Fine Art's Jane Dallimore was the soft- president, was friendly and nacnous Commerce MPN- president, could only move spoken president of Library cooperative sentative. to adiourn. School. l l -'lik Detriek. Pf0ll1l0llf of Clllll0I DOWN! rsvrmnhd Shirley Shepherd, ex-officio Courtland Williams, manager Science. Yllllfl Will! lltffllllf- Srllllrt lfhl' flyllll WIS GMI- member and Clarlon editor, of demonstrations and ex- sldared. was eaoer for news. officio member. 3I 4, .-Q-. ,griifrr 713'-6"-' N' GE W' L It , ,s W . ,s MQ, 443, wif 1-1 ' Q-Pal, E' ri N M H. ,. x 4 4 f fb 4 EIS .ff gt: I 'S' , 4 lx J ix, 4 H ff , I .. s Ax I .r fr 1 1' I - ., ., . , V 4 , V, Q A K 113' :xx iv V I , fmt? -1 . ' X , ff . ' Q,-X Q, . 4 f "f X x kr " 1 b f v A X X ,gg f Qk X 1 . Ii -1- x Lf . ' . ' f'f1.W'l-'il .- 5 K .. , I rY'i'!:i'f2:. . , ,5,,..,, ,,,w,- 1 ,A .AM I - 1' wi?-i-xx . " X -feffffg-:T 1-if Q- fx ' L-' f' 1 ?'3VF5,Lf.2?- . .1 ,. E .3522 V A -,1,.1Ki,gy,- N,-1 ' , .xl K' f , . -Q .y ,: 13- .y 4:,.,agL?-Te:-" x 1 A ':e::.,rf, 1 ,mwf . R ' ' - I .mimi ww?-45: Q.-by . 2 ' ?:,i.44:...5Q:5!3f?Y Effxaf:-x -an , 1 -- ." ' M ,B '::" 11 ?- 1 A 4 D , . 1 'fT,:i,f,Jg41' " Quin' '-' fi 1 ' 1 - . ' 7.2: ." -5 -an 4 -Z.1f.::u'- 55, 3 A 1 T ::1,u.ag:lii.Q , ij +9325 QV Q, J 4 1: .V f i ff' f A 'IL Vs N - fg.,::: Z'jx,u .4 yg'N51,, x' ' 1 Y .r ,2544'TT'7i'1?.4x'r-gf' Emi F ' -a"fZ'3:l:.":m S z 332 K I . ,,'T3,v lr- A14 ,,- 25 -A fre-3? . 'IX' ' 'T .vh- I F' y V V' f n I 'Q ' ,Q 1 W 'vt I f-'I "I Q -U 'I -1 ,fw di nilaries, on lookin out over JAQ flag walls of the kingglom, were heard lo say: "Beyond lies a dangerous draft, therefore let us not venture forth." But mosl of these veteran knights of the realm were persuaded that, while the cold world is not so hot, il' is not 'loo cold. , Officers of the graduating class, George Hall, president, Helen Holroyd, Mildred Knauer, and Barney 0'Kane found their duties few but im- portant, especially near graduation. '08 S.ephe"Sg,3i-Q u 'Y gfa ntfux ne xhe e sided' M335 legnal and ev Lesteg, Allianz!! gheur lr gb n we ' B . ' 3 Q sg:::'::om Comm Yea'- '9' V 1 ,V ma-.1 be-4+ ' f Q ' nl -Ii .am ,Ai - ul, 4 -..- 1 -5? as C fi I f I Row one: ALICE ABBOTT, Denver, Liberal We Arts, Fine Arts Vice-president, Fine Arts Club An B d Ph -EUGENE ABERNATHA, Littleton' Liberal s, an , i Beta Sigma, Phi Delta Kappa-MARAN ACKERLY, Denver, Liberal Arts, Sigma Kappa, Alpha Sigma Chi, Isotopes, Kappa Delta Pi, Mentors--PAUL AHERN, Denver, Science and Engineering, Newman Club, Pioneer Ski Club--HELEN ALBERG, Denver, Liberal Arts, Alpha Xi Delta, International Relations Club, Isotopes, Kappa Delta Pi-LYNN ALBERS, Denver, Liberal Arts, Christian Science Club, Phi Beta Sigma, Pi Delta Theta, Sigma Pi Sigma-JOHN AMES, Denver, Liberal Arts, "D" Club, Omicron Delta Kappa, Phi Beta Sigma, Philosophical Academy-Row two: ARLETTA ANDERSON, Littleton, Liberal Arts, Alpha Nu, Die Lustigen Deutschen, Orchestra--LEONARD ANDERSON, Denver, Science and Engineering, AICE, Colo- rado Society of Engineers, .Delta Chi, Phi Lambda Upsilon, Pi Delta Theta--EMELINE AVIS, Denver, Liberal Arts, Kappa Delta, Clarion, Coed Journalists, Kappa Delta Pi, Kynewisbok, Mentors, Philosophical Academy--MARSHE AXLER, Denver, Liberal Arts, Iota Alpha Pi president, Clarion, Coed Journalists, Drama Club, Prospector Club, National Collegiate Players, Panhellenic Council, Women's Student Council--HAR- OLD BACKSTROM, Denver, Liberal Arts--CHARLINE BAER, Denver, Liberal Arts, Alpha Gamma Delta, Liberal Arts vice president, Clarion, Junior class secretary, Coed Journalists, Mentors, Pi Gamma Mu, RAC, WAA, Women's Student Council, Campus Commission-MILDRED BAILEY, Denver, Liberal Arts, Pi Beta Phi, Panhellenic Council, Philosophical Academy-Row three: ADALAIDE BALDWIN, Denver, Liberal Arts, Alpha Xi Delta, Alpha Nu, EI Club Espanol, Pioneer Promenaders, WAA- WILLIAM BALLARD, Denver, Commerce, Beta Theta Pi, Clarion, Drama Club, Omi- cron Delta Kappa, Junior-Senior Prom chairman, Campus Commission social chair- man-EDWARD BEATY, Alamosa, Commerce, Delta Sigma Pi-JOSEPH BENJAMIN, Denver, Liberal Arts-VIRGINIA BIGGS, Denver, Liberal Arts, Mentors Music Club --NOBLE BINNS, Salida, Commerce--JAY EDGAR BLACK, Denver, Commerce- Row four: LaVERNE BOAL, Longmont, Commerce-ELWOOD BOLSTER, Denver, Commerce, Alpha Kappa Psi, Board of Governors, lnterschool Council, Omicron Delta Kappa, Phi Epsilon Phi, Commerce Commission president-DOUGLAS BONDY, Denver, Commerce-JACK BRADLEY, Denver, Liberal Arts, Orchestra, Phi Beta Sigma, University String Trio and Quartet-HOYT BRAWNER, Denver, Liberal Arts, Kappa Sigma, "D" Club president, Phi Beta Sigma--SHIRLEY BRENHARD, Denver, Liberal Arts, Iota Alpha Pi, Clarion, Coed Journalists, "D" Book editor, Student Directory--GEORGE BRENKERT, Denver, Commerce, Sigma Phi Epsilon, Phi Epsilon Phi-Row five: LEON BRENNER, Seattle, Wash., Commerce, Tau Epsilon Phi, Beta Gamma Sigma, Clarion, Interfraternity Council--CHARLOTTE BREWSTER, Denver, Liberal Arts, Psi Chi--ANITA BROWN, Alta Dena, Calif., Science and Engineering, Gamma Phi Beta, Alpha Sigma Chi, Iota Sigma Pi, Isotopes, RAC, WAA--MARTHA BROWN, Pueblo, Liberal Arts, Sigma Kappa, Band, Board of Governors, Conversation Club, Mentors, Pioneer Ski Club, Shuler-Templin Club, WAA, Women'l Student Council, Campus Commission secretary--GEORGE BUCKLER, Washington, D. C., Liberal Arts, Lambda Chi Alpha-BERNITA BUCKNER, Oklahoma City, Okla., Liberal Arts, Chorus, Philosophical Academy, SCM-MARY LOUISE BUIRGY, Den- ver, Liberal Arts, Delta Zeta, Isotopes, Kappa Delta Pi, Pi Delta Theta, WAA-Row six: MARGUERITE BULLEN, Denver, Liberal Arts, Alpha Lambda Delta, Chorus, Iso- topes, Kappa Delta Pi, Mentors, Pioneer Promenaders, WAA--BARBARA BURRIS, Denver, Liberal Arts, El Club Espanol-ETTA MAE CADLE, Denver, Liberal Arts, Alpha Gamma Delta, Die Lustigen Deutschen, Isotopes, WAA-MARY JEAN CAL- KINS, Golden, Liberal Arts, Alpha Xi Delta-JOHN CAPSTICK, Denver, Commerce Kappa Sigma-BARBARA CARTWRIGHT, Denver, Liberal Arts, Isotopes--MAIL GARET CHAMBERLAIN, Denver, Liberal Arts, Kappa Delta Pi I i I 38 Row one: ELOUISE CHRISTENSON, Limon: me Liberal Arts, Alpha Gamma Delta-HARRY COLLIER, Denver: Liberal Arts--EILEEN CO- VILLO, Denver: Commerce, Phi Chi Theta, Mentors, Newman Club, AWS vice presi- dent-CECIL COX, Denver: Liberal Arts: Alpha Xi Delta, Alpha Lambda Delta, Isotopes, Kappa Delta Pi, Pi Delta Theta, RAC, WAA, Women's Student Council- LONA COX, Pocatello, Idaho: Library-DOROTHY CRAIG, Denver: Liberal Arts, Isotopes, Kappa Delta Pi, Mentors, Religion Club--GENEVIEVE CRIM, Stratford, Iowa: Liberal Arts-Row two: SCHUYLER CURTIS, Denver: Commerce, Alpha Kappa Psi, "D" Club, lnterschool Council, Commerce Commission--JAMES CUYKENDALL, Denver: Science and Engineering, Chorus, Delta Chi, Independent Men, Phi Delta Kappa, Men's Glee Club-JANE DALLIMORE, Pueblo: Library, lnterschool Council, Philosophical Academy--SAM DALLISON, Denver: Liberal Arts, Pi Kappa Alpha, Phi Beta Sigma, Phi Epsilon Phi-ANITA DANFORD, Denver: Liberal Arts, Chorus, Die Lustigen Deutschen, International Relations Club, Mentors, Pi Gamma Mu- ARTHUR DANYEW, Chatham, N. Y.: Liberal Arts, "D" Club, Psi Chi, Cheer Leader, Assemblies Committee-ISABELLE DAVENPORT, Salida: Commerce, Phi Chi Theta, Alpha Lambda Delta, Beta Gamma Sigma president, Mortar Board president, Women's Student Council, Commerce Commission secretary--Row three: FRANCES DAVIES, Denver: Liberal Arts, Alpha Xi Delta, Kappa Delta Pi, Panhellenic Council, Parakeets, Pioneer Promenaders, RAC, WAA-JACK DETRICK, Denver: Science and Engineer- ing, Lambda Chi Alpha, AICE, Board of Governors, Sophomore class president, Delta Chi, lnterschool Council, Omicron Delta Kappa, Phi Beta Sigma, Science and Engi- neering president-LLOYD DICK, Denver: Science and Engineering, Colorado Society ot Engineers--ALBERT DISDIER, Pocatello, Idaho: Commerce, Kappa Sigma--LOUIS DOLAN, Denver: Commerce, Delta Sigma Pi, Greek Council--CHARLES DOLBERG, Denver: Science and Engineering, Beta Theta Pi, lnterschool Council, Pioneer Ski Club, Intercollegiate Flying Club, Campus Commission-ADALAINE DOMENICO, Denver: Liberal Arts, Theta Phi Alpha, Alpha Sigma Chi, Isotopes, Mentors, Newman Club, Panhellenic Council, Pioneer Promenaders--Row four: FLORENCE DUBOFF, Denver: Liberal Arts, Alpha Gamma Delta, Mentors, Mortar Board, Panhellenic Coun- cil, Parakeets president, Philosophical Academy, Pi Gamma Mu, Pioneer Ski Club, WAA, Women's Student Council, Homecoming Dance chairman--RAY DUBOIS, Salt Lake City, Utah: Commerce, Lambda Chi Alpha, "D" Club--COOPER DUKE, Denver: Commerce, Beta Gamma Sigma--JOHN DUKES, Denver: Commerce- DOUGLAS DUNCAN, Denver: Science and Engineering, Pi Kappa Alpha, Colorado Society ot Engineers, Intertraternity- Council, Phi Epsilon Phi, Phi Lambda Upsilon- HARRY DURHAM, Casper, Wyo.: iberal Arts, Sigma Phi Epsilon, Chorus, Die Lusti- gen Deutschen, Mu Beta Kappa, Phi Epsilon Phi, Phi Sigma-HARRY DUSTON, Lakewood: Science and Engineering, Colorado Societ of Engineers, Delta Chi, Die Lustigen Deutschen, Phi Epsilon Phi-Row five: Al'lNE EASTERWOOD, Denver: Liberal Arts, Kappa Delta, Alpha Nu, Pi Gamma Mu-CHESMORE EASTLAKE, Den- ver: Liberal Arts, Phi Beta Sigma--GWENDOLYN EDWARDS, Weldona: Commerce -JUNE EPPERSON, Denver: Commerce, Alpha Xi Delta, Phi Chi Theta, SCM, Women's Student Council, Mentors president-ANTHONY EPPING, Denver: Com- merce, Alpha Kappa Psi-ERNEST ERSKINE, Pueblo: Commerce-BETTE FALLI- GAN, Denver: Liberal Arts, Alpha Gamma Delta, Band, RAC, WAA president, Women's Student Council-Row six: OCTAVIA FELLIN, Gallup, N. M.: Liberal Arts, Newman Club-JAMES FETZER, Denver: Liberal Arts, Pioneer Promenaders-DORIS FINNIE, Denver: Liberal Arts, Kappa Delta, Board 'of Publications, Clarion, Coed .leur- nalists president, El Club Espanol, lnterschool Council, Kynewisbok editor, '40, Men- tors, Student Directory, "D ' Book, Mortar Board, Panhellenic Council, Pioneer Ski Club--JAMES FISHER, Denver: Liberal Arts, "D" Club, Newman Club, Pi Gamma Mu-JAMES FLANIGAN, Denver: Liberal Arts, Independent Men, Phi Beta Sigma, Pi Gamma Mu, SCM--GUS FRANCIS, Denver: Science and Engineering, AICE, Band, Colorado Society ,ot Engineers, Delta Chi, Phi Lambda Upsilon, Pi Delta Theta, Pioneer Promenaders-THOMAS FRAZIER, Denver: Commerce, Alpha Kappa Psi, Delta Lambda Sigma, Phi Epsilon Phi. I if an D- ,fus- nw in sf uv-0 1? rt 0' T7 sa T ,,-a NWHW wg' ? OO' .pn- -7 an -:' 40 Row one: BEN FRIED, Denver: Commerce, Phi We S Sigma Delta, lnterfraternity Council--FRAN- CES FUNK, Denver: Liberal Arts, Pi Beta Phi, Mentors, Phi Sigma lota president--MICHAEL GILL, Denver: Science and Engineer- ing, AIEE, Colorado Society of Engineers--RALPH GINN, Denver: Commerce, Alpha Kappa Psi, Phi Epsilon Phi president, Clarion, Omicron Delta Kappa--RUTH GLAZIER, Denver: Liberal Arts, Pioneer Promenaders, RAC, SCM, 'WAA-FRED GOERITZ, Denver: Commerce, Sigma Alpha Epsilon-PAUL GOLDSMITH, Denver: Law, Phi Alpha Delta, Christian Science Club president, Independent Men, Phi Beta Sigma, Pi Gamma Mu, Pioneer Promenaders-Row two: RUTH GOODSTEIN, Denver: Liberal Arts, Mentors, WAA--RALPH GORTON, Soda Springs, Idaho: Commerce, Delta Sigma Pi, Band-GLEN GRAVES, Arvada: Commerce-RUSSELL GUSTAFSON, Denver: Science and Engineering, AIEE, "D" Club, Phi Epsilon Phi, Pi Delta Theta, Pioneer Ski Club-LOLA HADLEY, Somerset: Liberal Arts, Psi Chi--ROBERT HAHN, Denver: Commerce, Lutheran Club, Assemblies Committee--ROBERT HAINES, Denver: Liberal Arts, Beta Theta Pi, Band, Conversation Club, Delta Lambda Sigma president, Drama Club, Kynewisbok, National Collegiate Players, Pi Gamma Mu -Row three: GEORGE HALL, Denver: Science and Engineering, Beta Theta Pi, AIEE, Junior and Senior class president, "D" Club, Phi Beta Sigma-VIRGINIA HARRING- TON, ldaho Springs: Liberal Arts, Gamma Phi Beta, Pioneer Ski Club--CARL HEANEY, Denver: Liberal Arts, Band, Music Club-ELIZABETH HENRY, Greeley: Liberal Arts, International Relations Club-FRANCES HICKEY, Denver: Liberal Arts, Pi Beta Phi, Tau Kappa Alpha--STANLEY HINDLEMANN, Denver: Commerce Clarion--GEORGE HINDS, Denver: Liberal Arts, Tau Kappa Alpha--Row four: MIL- TON HOFFMAN, Denver: Liberal Arts, Tau Epsilon Phi, Board of Publications Clarion, Junior class treasurer, Space, "D" Book, Phi Beta Sigma, Phi Delta Kappa Phi Epsilon Phi, Men's Press Club-ARLYNE HOCKENBERRY, Raton, N. M.: Phi Chi Theta-HELEN HOLROYD, Denver: Liberal Arts, Alpha Gamma Delta, Senior class vice president, WAA-MILDRED HORN, Grand Junction: Commerce-GER- TRUDE HORNE, Denver: Commerce, Phi Chi Theta, Mentors, Newman Club, Pioneer Promenaders, Tau Kappa Alpha-JAMES HOWARD, Pueblo, Commerce-ROSE HOWARD, Denver: Science and Engineering, Pi Beta Phi, Alpha Sigma Chi, Alpha Lambda Delta, AWS secretary, Iota Sigma Pi, Isotopes, Kappa Delta Pi, Mortar Board, Women's Student Council--Row tive: DONALD HUMPHREYS, Denver: Com- merce-HARRIETT HUTCHINS, Denver: Liberal Arts, Sigma Kappa, Mentors, Philo- sophical Academy, Pioneer Ski Club, WAA-WILLIAM JEFFS, Denver:,Liberal Arts, Alpha Nu, Phi Delta Kappa, Phi Epsilon Phi--CLYDE JOHNSON, Denver: Commerce, Pi Kappa Alpha, Phi Epsilon Phi--DWIGHT JOHNSON, Denver: Commerce, Pi Kappa Alpha--MARGARET JOHNSTON, Montrose: Liberal Arts, Chorus, Prospector Club -EDWIN JOLESCH, Ennis, Texas: Commerce-Row six: DOROTHY JONES, Lake- wood: Commerce, Alpha Xi Delta, Phi Chi Theta---ROBERT JUSTMAN, Denver: Commerce, Alpha Kappa Psi, "D" Club--CARTER KAANTA, Denver: Liberal Arts, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, International Relations Club, Pi Gamma Mu, Men's Press Club -SARAH KELLEY, Denver: Science and Engineering--DAN KELLOGG, Kansas City, Mo.: Commerce, Beta Theta Pi, Delta Lambda Sigma, Interfraternity Council, Pioneer Ski Club--FRANK KENNELLEY, Denver: Commerce, Lambda Chi Alpha--MAR- GARET KERRICK, Denver: Liberal Arts. I I I Y I Row one: ROBERT KERSHNER, Denver, Lib- ghe eral Arts, Pi Kappa Alpha, Clarion, Orchestra, , Phi Epsilon Phi, Men's Press Club-IRVING KIPPUR, Denver, Commerce, Phi Siqma Delta-MILDRED KNAUER, Washington, D. C., Liberal Arts, Sigma Kappa, Senior class secretary, El Club Espanol president, Kappa Delta Pi, Mentors, Student Directory, RAC, WAA--RAYMOND KNUDSEN, Denver, Liberal Arts--WILLIAM KORBEL, Denver, Commerce-CLARENCE LA- GUARDIA, Denver, Science and Engineering, AIEE--CHARLES LANNING, 'Welling- ton, Liberal Arts, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Mu Beta Kappa, Phi Epsilon Phi-Row two: LESTER LARSON, Colorado Springs, Science and Engineering, AICE, Colorado Society of Engineers, Delta Chi--IRENE LAWSON, Rocky Ford, Liberal Arts, Alpha Nu, Coed Journalists, Conversation Club, Prospector Club, Isotopes, Shuler-Templin Club -JEAN LEHL, Brighton, Liberal Arts, Alpha Gamma Delta, Mentors, Philosophical Academy, Pi Gamma Mu-ROBERT LESTER, Denver, Commerce, Alpha Kappa Psi, Senior class president, Pioneer Ski Club--GWENDOLYN LEWIS, Denver, Liberal Arts, Sigma Kappa, Kappa Delta Pi, Mortar Board---JACK LEWIS, Wheatridge, Liberal Arts, Phi Beta Sigma, Phi Sigma, Pi Delta Theta---JOHN LEWIS, La Junta, Liberal Arts, Kappa Sigma, Phi Beta Sigma, Philosophical Academy-Row three: LOUIS LILEY, Denver, Liberal Arts, Kappa Sigma, "D" Club-VIRGINIA LININGER, Denver, Liberal Arts, Kappa Delta, SCM-EDWARD LINKOW, Denver, Commerce, Phi Sigma Delta-DELBERT LOBB, Denver, Liberal Arts, Phi Delta Kappa, Phi Sigma -BRUCE LOUP, Denver, Science and Engineering, Colorado Society of Engineers, Delta Chi, Phi Lambda Upsilon, Pi Delta Theta-JEAN LUNKLEY, Denver, Liberal Arts, RAC, WAA--IRVING MANASSEE, Denver, Commerce, Tau Epsilon Phi, Clarion, "D" Club--Row four: WILLIAM MANSFIELD, Denver, Commerce, Pi Kappa Alpha-ALBA MARCHETTI, Denver, Liberal Arts, Kappa Delta Pi, Newman Club, Pi Delta Theta-ESTHER MARELIUS, Delta, Liberal Arts, Alpha Xi Delta, Kappa Delta Pi, Pi Delta Theta--HILDA MARKOWITZ, New York, N. Y., Liberal Arts- RICHARD MARTIN, Colorado Springs, Commerce, Lambda Chi Alpha, Newman Club --JOSEPH MATUSKA, Carr, Science and Engineering, AIEE, Mu Sigma Tau, Pi Delta Theta, Sigma Pi Sigma--VICTOR McADAMS, Denver, Liberal Arts, Sigma Phi Epsilon, Phi Epsilon Phi-Row five: MAY McCANCE, Denver, Liberal Arts, Drama Club, National Collegiate Players-BETTY McCARTHY, Denver, Science and Engi- neering, Kappa Delta, Alpha Sigma Chi, Coed Journalists, Isotopes, Kynewisbok, Mentors--ETH EL McDANAL, Denver, Commerce, Sigma Kappa, Phi Chi Theta, AWS president, Board of Governors, Mentors, Pioneer Ski Club, WAA, Women's Student Council, Commerce Commission-BETTY ANN McNUTT, Denver, Liberal Arts, Pi Beta Phi, Pioneer Ski Club-EDWARD McWlLLlAMS, Denver, Liberal Arts, Kappa Sigma, Interfraternity Council, lnterschool Council, Kappa Delta Pi, Omicron Delta Kappa, Phi Beta Sigma, Phi Delta Kappa, Pi Gamma Mu, Liberal Arts president, Cam- pus Commission, Board of Governors-ROBERT McWILLlAMS, Denver, Law, Kappa Sigma, Omicron Delta Kappa, Law School Commission-GAIL MELNICK, Denver, Liberal Arts, Delta Phi Epsilon, Drama Club, National Collegiate Players-Row six: DONALD MERRILL, Reno, Nev., Liberal Arts-JAMES MILES, Denver, Liberal Arts, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, lnterfraternity Council, Phi Sigma--RUTH MILNE, Denver, Liberal Arts, Iota Alpha Pi, Drama Club--DOROTHY MONTGOMERY, Denver, Lib- eral Arts, Sigma Kappa, Alpha Nu, Die Lustigen Deutschen, Isotopes, Pioneer Ski Club, Pioneer Promenaders, RAC, WAA-WILLIAM MOREY, Denver, Commerce, Delta Sigma Pi, Beta Gamma Sigma president, Phi Epsilon Phi-NANCY MORGAN, Denver, Liberal Arts, Pi Beta Phi, Mentors president, Women's Student Council, Mortar Board-PHYLDELIAS MORRIS, Idaho Springs, Commerce, AWS vice presi- dent, Chorus, Women's Student Council. 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WJ' v I Row one: ROBERT MORRIS, Denver: Liberal We Arts, Kappa Sigma, Drama Club, Interfrater- nity Council, Omicron Delta Kappa, Phi Beta Sigma, Phi Epsilon Phi, Tau Kappa Alpha-LOUIS MOSCONI, Denver: Commerce, Beta Gamma Sigma--GERALD MOYER, Denver: Liberal Arts--ELIZABETH MUL- LARE, Denver: Liberal Arts, Gamma Phi Beta, Coed Journalists, Women's Student Council-HERBERT MUNROE, Denver: Liberal Arts, Beta Theta Pi, Phi Delta Phi, Delta Lambda Sigma, Phi Beta Sigma-MARY MURPHY, Rock Springs, Wyo.: Liberal Arts, Alpha Lambda Delta, Clarion, Coed Journalists, Conversation Club, Drama Club, Newman Club, Shuler-Templin Club, Tau Kappa Alpha president-HOWARD NEECE, Canon City: Commerce--Row two: JAMES NEEDLES, Denver: Science and Engineer- ing, AIEE, Chorus, Phi Beta Sigma, Mu Sigma Tau, Pi Delta Theta, Sigma Pi Sigma- HORTENSE NELSON, Denver: Commerce--PEGGY NELSON, Greeley: Liberal Arts Pi Beta Phi, Prospector Club, Isotopes-LOUISE NETHERTON, Denver: Liberal Arts, Gamma Phi Beta, Chorus, Kynewisbok, Mentors, Panhellenic Council president, Para- keets, Pioneer Ski Club, WAA, Women's Student Council-ELIZABETH NIEDRACH, Denver: Liberal Arts, Sigma Kappa, Mortar Board, Parakeets, Pioneer Ski Club, Psi Chi president-WILLIAM NORLANDER, Denver: Science and Engineering, AICE, Colorado Society of Engineers, Delta Chi, Pi Delta Theta-FERN OFFIELD, Denver: Library-Row three: DOROTHY OGLE, Portales, N. M.: Fine Arts-BERNARD O'KAN E, Lakewood: Liberal Arts, Alpha Nu, Clarion, Junior class treasurer, Conversa- tion Club, Independent Men, International Relations Club, Newman Club, Phi Beta Sigma, Philosophical Academy, Pioneer Ski Club, Men's Press Club, Prospector Club -BETSY O'KANE, Lakewood: Commerce, Phi Gamma Nu, Mentors, Newman Club, RAC, Glee Club--JAMES OLIVER, Alamosa: Commerce, Alpha Kappa Psi--HENRY OLSEN, Englewood: Commerce-MARTHA OSTRUM, Denver: Liberal Arts, Delta Zeta, El Club Espanol, Panhellenic Council, Phi Sigma Iota-CLEMENT PARKHURST, Longmont: Commerce--Row tour: HERBERT PERRY, Brighton: Liberal Arts, Delta Lambda Sigma, Phi Epsilon Phi--MARIE PETERSEN, Denver: Liberal Arts, .Theta Upsilon, Die Lustigen Deutschen, Orchestra, Parakeets, Women's Student Council- VICTOR PETERSEN, Denver: Liberal Arts, International Relations Club--GLADYS PETERSON, Arvada: Commerce, Mentors, Die Lustigen Deutschen--ALEYNE PHIL- LIPS, Denver: Liberal Arts, SCM Fellowship chairman-DON PHILLIPS, Denver: Liberal Arts, Drama Club--ELOGENE PIERSON, Denver: Liberal Arts, AWS executive council, Chorus, Independent Women president, Kappa Delta Pi, Pioneer Promenad- ers, Women's Student Council, Assemblies Committee, International Relations Club Row five: VIRGINIA PRATT, Denver: Liberal Arts, Independent Women vice presi- dent, Orchestra, Pioneer Promenaders--STANLEY PRISNER, Denver: Liberal Arts, Delta Lambda Sigma, Pi Gamma Mu--PEGGY PYLE, Denver: Liberal Arts--DUREY RANCK, Denver: Liberal Arts, Kappa Sigma, Fine Arts president, Board ot Governors, Board of Publications, Freshman class president, Interschool Council, Kynewisbok, editor and art editor, Omicron Delta Kappa president, Phi Beta Sigma, Fine Arts Club, Campus Commission-LENA REITZ, Sheridan, Wyo.: Liberal Arts, Die Lustigen Deutschen, Tau Kappa Alpha-ALLAN RICHARDSON, Denver: Science and Engi- neering, Sigma Nu, AICE, Colorado Society of Engineers, Delta Chi--THOMAS RID- LEY, Denver: Liberal Arts, Clarion, Kappa Delta Pi, Phi Epsilon Phi president, Pi Delta Theta, Sigma Pi Sigma-Row six: DOROTHY ROBINSON, Denver: Liberal Arts, Gamma Phi Beta, Alpha Lambda Delta, Board of Publications, Clarion, Coed Journal- ists,' Student Directory, "D" Book, Mortar Board-GEORGE ROCHFORD, Denver: Commerce, Pi Kappa Alpha, Delta Sigma Pi, Newman Club, Phi Epsilon Phi--JAMES RODGERS, Denver: Science and Engineering, AICE, Colorado Society of Engineers, Delta Chi-MARGARET ROEDIGER, Fort Morgan: Commerce, Pi Beta Phi, Commerce vice president, Mentors, Panhellenic Council, Women's Student Council, Commerce Commission--VIRGINIA ROLLINS, Denver: Liberal Arts, Kappa Delta, AWS treas- urer, Clarion, WAA, Women's Student Council-CLARA ROTH, Chisholm, Minn.: Liberal Arts-ROBERT RUDOLPH, Denver: Commerce, Phi Sigma Delta. 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'vig' . ,, 7 15 ge' f 5 ' A-agig - g..Z:'w-af Le ,,..u'x ff gf 'gg 'Aim ' dll' , 'SH' Vvf X 1 .K- Row one: DOROTHY RUSSELL, Denver, Lib- gke eral Arts, Alpha Gamma Delta, Kappa Delta Pi -CHARLES RYLAND, Golden, Science and Engineering--ERNEST SACKMAN, Riverton, Wyo., Commerce, Beta Gamma Sigma -GERALDINE SAFERSTEIN, Denver, Liberal Arts, Iota Alpha Pi, Drama Club, Pan- hellenic Council--PETE SAMAC, Superior, Liberal Arts, "D" Club, Phi Delta Kappa, Pi Gamma Mu--RICHARD SANDBURG, Denver, Commerce, Sigma Phi Epsilon, Phi Epsilon Phi-HARRY SAXTON, Longmont, Science and Engineering, AICE president, Band, Colorado Society of Engineers, Delta Chi, Kappa Kappa Psi, Phi Lambda Upsilon, Pioneer Promenaders-Row two: ROBERT SCHUMAN, Denver, Science and Engineering, Colorado Society of Engineers, AICE, Alpha Nu, Delta Chi, Phi Lambda Upsilon, Pi Delta Theta-FRANCES SCHWARTZ, Denver, Liberal Arts, Delta Phi Epsilon, Mentors, Panhellenic Council, Pi Gamma Mu, Women's Student Council... MARIAN SCHWENINGER, La Junta, Liberal Arts, Philosophical Academy, Interna- tional Relatlons Club-WILLIAM SCOTT, Denver, Liberal Arts, Clarion, Conversa- tion Club president, DramalClub, "D" Book, National Collegiate Players president, Tau Kappa Alpha, Assemblies Committee-BERNIE SHAHAN, Denver, Liberal Arts, Chorus, El Club Espanol, Phi Sigma Iota, Men's Glee Club, Assemblies Committee- SHIRLEY SHEPHERD, Denver, Liberal Arts, Pi Beta Phi, Clarion editor, Sophomore class vice president, Coed Journalists, lnterschool Council, Kynewisbok, Mortar Board, Panhellenic Council, Parakeets, Women's Student Council, Assemblies Committee, Junior-Senior Prom Committee-ETHEL SHRAIBERG, Denver, Liberal Arts, Delta Phi Epsilon, Isotopes, Mentors, Orchestra, University Trio, Music Club--Row three: ARTHUR SIEGAL, Las Vegas, N. M., Science and Engineering, Phi Sigma Delta, AIEE, Colorado Society of Engineers, Mu Sigma Tau, Phi Beta Sigma, Pi Delta Theta-JACK SILVERMAN, Denver, Commerce, Phi Sigma Delta--CHARLES SKINNER, Denver, Liberal Arts-BARBARA SMITH, Wheatridge, Liberal Arts, Kappa Delta, WAA-- JOHN SMITH, Manassa, Science and Engineering, AIEE, Colorado Society of Engi- neers, Mu Sigma.Tau, Pi Delta Theta, Sigma Pi Sigma--MIRIAM SNYDER, Denver, Liberal Arts, Pi Beta Phi, Isotopes, Kynewisbok, WAA-MARCIA SPAULDING, Den- ver, Liberal Arts, Alpha Gamma Delta, Kappa Delta Pi, Pi Gamma Mu, RAC, WAA, Women's Student Council--Row four: NORMAN SPEAR, Douglas, Wyo., Commerce, Alpha Kappa Psi, Greek Council, Phi Beta Sigma, Phi Epsilon Phi, Senior class treas- urer--MARCIA JANE STALMANN, Denver, Liberal Arts, Pi Beta Phi, Mentors, Phi Sigma Iota--CATHERINE STAMM, Denver, Liberal Arts, Die Lustigen Deutschen, Kappa Delta Pi-MELVIN STEIN, Denver, Liberal Arts, Mu Beta Kappa-MARGETY STEPHENS, Denver, Commerce, Sigma Kappa, Phi Gamma Nu, Christian Science Club, Parakeets--VERA RUTH STEVENSON, Denver, Science and Engineering, Theta Upsilon, Alpha Sigma Chi, Die Lustigen Deutschen, Iota Sigma Pi, Isotopes--ROBERT STRUBHAR, Denver, Liberal Arts, Drama Club, National Collegiate Players-Row five: HOWARD SUSKIN, Denver, Science and Engineering, Tau Epsilon Phi, AIEE, Clarion, Colorado Society ot Engineers president, lnterfraternity Council, Mu Sigma Tau, Phi Beta Sigma, Phi Epsilon Phi, Sigma Pi Sigma-MURIEL SWAYZE, Denver, Liberal Arts, Alpha Gamma Delta, Drama Club, Mentors, National Collegiate Players, RAC, WAA-BETTY SYLER, Denver, Liberal Arts, Sigma Kappa, AWS president, Board of Governors, lnterschool Council, Kappa Delta Pi, Mortar Board, Parakeets, Pioneer Ski Club, Women's Student Council-VIRGINIA TABLER, Denver, Liberal Arts, Philosophical Academy-JOHN TAYLOR, Denver, Commerce, Sigma Alpha Epsilon--MAYNARD TESCHER, Denver, Commerce--MILDRED TONER, Wray, Liberal Arts, Pi Gamma Mu, Intercollegiate Flying Club--Row six: OWEN TROUT, Denver, Science and Engineering, AIEE, Alpha Nu, Colorado Society of Engineers, Phi Beta Sigma, Siqma Pi Sigma-GEORGE TWOMBLY, Fort Morgan, Liberal Arts, Beta Theta Pi, "D" Club, Mu Beta Kappa, Phi Beta Sigma, Phi Epsilon Phi, Phi Sigma president--ERNEST UPTON, Denver, Science and Engineering, Beta Theta Pi, Colo- rado Society of Engineers, Delta Chi, Mu Sigma'Tau, Phi Beta Sigma, Phi Epsilon Phi, Pioneer Ski Club, Campus Commission treasurer--GEORGE UYEMURA, Denver, Liberal Arts, International Relations Club-ELEANOR VASEEN, Denver, Liberal Arts, Christian Science Club, Psi Chi-VERA VESSEY, Colorado Springs, Science and Engi- neering, Gamma Phi Beta, Alpha Lambda Delta, Alpha Sigma Chi, Iota Sigma Pi, Isotopes, Parakeets, Shuler-Templin Club, WAA-NADENE WALES, Denver, Liberal Arts, Delta Zeta. .rr T 'K' SIG- wr Row one: JANE WALTERS, Denver: Liberal We Am, Drama Club-ETHAN WALTHER, Den- . ver: Liberal Arts. Lutheran Club, Pi Gamma Mu -EARL WALTHERS, Denver: Science'and Engineering, AIEE, Colorado Society of Engineers, Mu Sigma Tau, Phi Beta Sigma, Siqma Pi Sigma--LOREE WARD, Fort Lupton: Liberal Arts, Shuler-Templin Club--ERMA WEIMER, Denver: Commerce, Phi Gamma Nu, Senior class secretary, Mentors-WAYNE WELCH, Englewood: Lib- eral Arts, Drama Club, International Relations Club, National Collegiate Players- EDWARD WILLBANKS, Denver: Commerce, Alpha Kappa Psi---Row two: COURT- LAND WILLIAMS, Denver: Liberal Arts, International Relations Club, Interschool Council, Kappa Delta Pi, Phi Delta Kappa, Phi Epsilon Phi, Phi Sigma Iota, Pi Gamma Mu, Manager of Demonstrations, Campus Commission--EUGENE WILLINGHAM, Englewood: Science and Engineering, AIEE, Phi Beta Sigma, Intercollegiate Flying Club-AVIS WILSON, Denver: Liberal Arts, Kappa Delta, Kappa Delta Pi, Tau Kappa Alpha-FLORENCE WILSON, Norwood: Commerce-VIRGINIA WOLBERJ, Den- 'Ter' Liberal Arts, Theta Phi Alpha, Alpha Lambda Delta, Kappa Delta Pl, entors, Newman Club-WARREN WRIGHT, Lexington, Ky.: Liberal Arts, Pi Kappa Alpha, Phi Epsilon Phi-ANNABELLE WURTZ, Denver: Liberal Arts, Alpha Gamma Delta, AWS vice president, Drama Club, Kappa Delta Pi,.Mentors, Mortar Board, National Collegiate Players, Tau Kappa Alpha, WAA, Women's Student Council, Assemblies Committee, DPA-Row three: ELAINE YOST, Cheyenne, Wyo.: Liberal Arts, Kappa Delta Pi, Pioneer Promenaders--PEGGY YOUNG, Denver: Liberal Arts, Gamma Phi Beta-ALVIN ZEIDENFELD, Tel Aviv, Palestine: Commerce-Row four: GEORGE DUNKLEE, Freshman Law--AARON KLAUSNER, Freshman Law--Row five: NAOMI DOMER, Graduate--FREDERICK MIKESELL, Graduate-MURRAY SMITH, Graduate -VIRGINIA STOLL, Graduate-JOSEPH SUNDERLAND, Graduate--WALTER WALLA, Graduate-SARAH WILLIAMS, Graduate. Jn MEMIJRIAM IDA CRUSE McFARLANE MARGARET LONGHART CHARLES THQMAS class was a grou of "fresh"men me Juulunaand sophomoricp women all of whom became 'Fully accredilecl yeomen only afler having laken Freshman Gym. A+ 'lhis period of achievemenl, +he Juniors 'Finally gave up 'lheir high school loves, and some worlhies even s'I'oppecl smoking pipes! 'linux Bill Olson, president, Marion Allen, Mary Lou Stanfield, and Dick Downar led the class of 1942 in their eventless lexcept for the Junior- Senior Proml regime. 4 bY heade e Was Mgcfon .' ommeice r9?'ei . Then we 3' e-:KW ' a Da" an-v"' 5I Kellvetlll allelogiliess and an Matte V39 ev 'egnne in Y x 0-C Row one: Lorna AbboH', Jacques Abels, Lois Acres, JAH Harold Agnew, Roberi' Alldredge, Marian Allen, Marfha Allen-Row +wo: Earl Allman, Glen Argo, Glenn Asbury, Ann Balenf, Marion Ball, Richard Barger, Minnie Barra--Row Three: Barbara BarreH, Arfhur Baie, David Bauman, Harryef Bell, Carherine Bender, Jack BenneH, Mariorie Benson-Row four: Elinor Berg, Avis Berlca, Abe Bernslein, Vernon Beyer, Jo Bixby, BeH'y Boerner, JoAnn Bowen-Row five: Roberl' Brenimer, Jaclz Brenimer, Kafhleen Bruclcman, Phyllis Buchanan, Margarel' Joy Bush, Charles Bufz, Roberl Byers-Row six: Jane Cam bell, Loraine Capps, Alan Carey, Edna Mae Carpenler, Gordon Carr, Esrher Charles, Alberl Cibullca. 52 0-f Row one: Sluarl Clarlr, Harold Cliff, Frances Cobb, JAG Clem Collins, Belly Lou Coolc, Belly Jean Covey, Calherine Cramm-Row lwo: Margarel Crane, Peggy Crosby, David Cross, Fern Danlcs, Minnie Darnell, Belly Davis, Keilh Davis-Row lhree: Helen Dexler, David Dickinson, Eslher Jane Domer, Evelyn Domlza, Richard Downar, Melvin Draper, Corinne Drew-Row lour: William Driscoll, Roberl Dryden, Roberl DuRoy, David Durrill, Kennelh Elcblad, Clar- ence Eldridge, Darwin Emry-Row live: Joseph Enarson, Lilien Ernsl, Thomas Eslcridge, Edward Esllow, Charles Evans, Jeanne Fancher, Mary Jane Filzgerald-Row six: Charlolle Flelclher, John Fosler, Marian Fox, Warren French, Erma Frohliclc, Jordan Gagnon, Nan Gari an. 53 In J .am-G-1 Va V uv S 0-f Row one: Florence Gafheridge, John Gi bson, Roberl' Gifford, Ralph Gilber+,- Alber+ Gillis, Samuel Gold- baH', BeH'y Lou Golin-Row fwo: Gilberi' Good, Shirley Gore, Be+'ry Gow, Harry Green, Befh Griggs, Maxine Guise, Donald Gulhrie-Row Three: Lillian Haak, Mary Hallock, Kafh- leen Hammerich, Elaine Haney, Jerry Hanks, Doro+hy Harler, Edward Hauswald-Row four: Eva Hedenskog, Marian Held, Mosa Heller, James Hellon, Margaref Henderson, Peggy Hickey, Jane Hicks-Row five: Eileen Hiesfer, Eileen Hillyard, Rufh Hollingsworih, Dewey Holmberg, Bealrice Horner, DeVon Hor+on, Mae Householder-Row six: George Howes, Helen Hubbard, Alber'ra Hubkey, BeH'yiune Hughes, Margery Hughes, Edward lsaacman, Beverly Jackson. 54 nf' - ill i if 'Q' Row one: Volne Lee James, Edward Jersin, Emil me Johnson, HaroldYJohnson, Mariorie Johnson, Sferlingl Johnson, William Jones-Row fwoz Sfanley Ka'rz, Kay Kelley, Mary Grace King, Pafrice King, James Kirlcpafriclc, Befh Kliss, Sfanley Koskoff-Row rhreez Lewis Kramer, Donald Kunz, Maryanne Lamberfy, Alice Lee, Edgar Lemon, Mary Lewis, Barbara Lininger-Row four: Marcia Lininger, Lena Lovafo, Michael Lubchenco, James Macalusa, Frances Mahon, Orville Mahr, Frank Mannix-Row five: Ellen Marlin, Wendell Marlin, Norma Jean Malh- less, Jane Maulc, Marcia McCammon, Mary McCona+y, Rodger McCoy-Row six: Mar- garei' McCrone, Rurh Mclnlosh, James McKeever, Belly McKelvey, Alouise McKelvey, John Merry, Alvin Miller. 55 Y Q iw in ,. , fi, .QA ' K4'k I , W ., V 31.1 . : , T W W: ,, ,sg - QV. .1 . 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Row one: Efhel Sager, Richard Sandburg, Leonard JAO Savory, Jean Scarborough, Jacqueline Schaeizel, Wil- liam Scheuermann, Margaref Schiller-Row l'wo: Rosalyn Schoggen, Cecil Schwarlz, Frank Sco'H', Marion ScoH', Harry Shade, Ednamae Shaffer, Dorcas Sheridan-Row +hree: Clifford Shine, Elaine Silverman, Jeanne Smiih, Maurice Sianley, Roberi' Smiih, Mary Lou Sian- fielcl, Virgil Slone--Row four: Roberl' Suhr, Richard Swager, Jane Tail, Helen Taylor, Shirley Taylor, Harry Theander, Marilyn Thompson-Row live: Franklin Thompson, Richard Thorn, Waller Thurs+on, James Tilly, Dora Lee Trevarrow, Eddie Jo Trueharf, Milfon Tyler -Row six: Marie Vallero, Berrha Villano, Charles Vivian, Joseph Vleck, Daniel Waggoner, Mariory Walker, Vgilliam Walker. - 57 Row one: Henr Walsmifh, Jose hine Wardell, Mar Walers, Charldg Wells, Geor epWer+z, Kay Wesiii John Weyandl'-Row +wo: Homer Wl'1i+acre, Mildred While, S1'an?ey Whife, Jack Wier, Jack Wilcox, Earl Wilkinson, Ernesl' Williams-Row +l1ree: Elizabe+h Winchell, Dorollwy Whiflock, Barbara WiHing, Jack Woodford. 58 athletes became We eligible anal the co- ecls remained eligible. Dinlciless, the class members perse- cuted the freshmen after the manner of Nero and the Chris- tians. As soon as they all learn 'ro spell "sophomore" cor- rectly they will find that they are Juniors, Seniors, or perhaps graduates. l l 1 The Sophomore officers Ralph Paul, president, Eunice Ensign, Betty Lou Lutz, and Lew Ma- :uonyl rested for a year on their freshman aure s. . hai' y xm9 t 3. pres agiasgnlregtolhifgtiig hom . N-a"" A N' ' men-P., st:-,iile9e e:fc?M"ongy1eir secon coin ea' 10 c QRISIYY Shirley wad ghem 8 ' n to wwf" swne' .MTA 'v swf' 'Q' 6. . .fbi G 'if-, ,f A '4 L- ' JQQI '1 1 3 fl ' -f 19- Row one: Pafricia Eafon, Alberi' Eclcerdh We Belly Edmunclson, Eunice Ensign, Mary Epler, Roger Fasnachf, Max Fischer-Row 1'wo: Rufh Fisher, Harold Fishman, Roberl' Flan- ders, Sol Flax, Rurh Flefcher, Ernes'r Forman, Jack Fosfer-Row 1'hree: George Francis, Richard Frary, Roberr Frenzel, Gerrrude Gaer'r+ner, Donald Galbreafh, Georgia Gafseos, June Gibson-Row four: Jeanne Gifford, Allen Giesler, Roberf Gillpahiclc, Jerome Gins- berg, Horfense Grandiean, William Gran+, Roberf Granl'-Row five: Jean Graves, Paul Graves, Carolyn Green, Lorna Greer, Frances Griffin, MaeEllen Grisham, Mary Gunclcel -Row six: Andrew Gunning, George Gunnison, Ben Hailpern, Jacob Hailpern, Verna Rose Hair, Paul Hansen, Thomas Hardin. 62 " G 'T 7-Inf Q 'C' asp, H 5, bd 'C 3 ii' Row one: Roloerla Harlow, Mary Alice Har- gze ris, Ray Harris, Charles Harvey, Julia Haylor, Doroihy Haynes, Richard Heacock-Row +wo: David Healon, Dorolhy Heggem, Rose Henry, Violef Hess, John Higgins, William Hilberf, Carol Hilderman-Row lhree: Max Hillencamp, Joe Hodges, Alberr Hoover, Edwin Hoover, Berry Hopkins, Virginia Hopkins, Fred Hopper-Row four: Theodore Horion, Shirley Hubbard, Mariorie Hunl, Margarer Husband, Runlh HuHner, Joseph Jackson, Margie Jacobson-Row five: BeH'y Lou James, Millard James, Clefa Jensen, Homer Jernigan, Marjorie Johnson, Roberl Johnson, William Jolly-Row six: Frances Kaub, Amy Kehoe, Mary Keinon, James Kenna, Lynn Keys, Donald King, Bonnie Kinney. 63 1 ii Row one: Jane Kisiler, Jean Knorr, Doris QOXZG Koonfz, Irene Kozer, Morris Kramish, Phyllis Krider, John Lamb-Row fwo: Louis Levifi, Marcia Linder, Marcella Lindneux, Shirley Lil'- rrell, Margaref Lockwood, Juani+a Loepfien, Henry Lopez-Row ihree: Paul Losh, Jack Loudon, Kala Lowen+hal, BeHy Lou Luiz, Jerry Lynron, Freddy Macaron, Alice Magnuson -Row four: Lewis Mahony, Geraldine Manus, Marian Marrs, John Marlin, Laura Marfin, Berl' Maxwell, John Mayer-Row five: Maxine Mays, Gloria McCo , Virginia McCoy, Helen McElin, Margarei' McDonald, Ellen McKinney, Sarah McNeili,y--Row six: David McWilliams, Helen Messenger, Genevieve Miles, Mary Elizabefh Miles, Charles Miller, Harro Miller, Helen Miller. 64 '-gjg' We DG ,' 9 .-. Q' -nn. --.Xx X, C,-,M -Q T' Qui -v- 1 bf' S' Row one: Mariorie Miller, Palricia Miller, We Dorofhy Morris, Henry Morris, Merle Mor- fensen, Jane Morfon, George Moleen--Row +wo: Don Mon+y, Frank Moore, Frank Muia, William Muller, Pafricia Musick, Sylvia Naslley, Josephine Nau-Row +l1ree: Lois Nelson, Frank Neill, Louise Nellis, Barbara Nielsen, Alan Noble, Marguerife Nuncio, Eugene Ogier -Row four: Herman Olander, Jeanne O'Neal, Frances Ofis, Slanley Ou1'wa+er, Georgie Bell Pa'rcl1, Pairicia Pafch, Rober'r Paflerson-Row five: Pafricia Pa'r+on, Ralph Paul, Donald Peel, Harry Peng, Mary Peregrine, Ru1'l1 PerlmuHer, Palricia Pelerson-Row six: Maurice Peferson, Jay Piccina+i, Roberf PlunkeH, Mildred Po+'rle, Jane Powell, Doro+hy Powell, Doris Prince. 65 Qu- ,,,. O' Q-A hn- hr' T7 T ON Row one: Roberl Propsl, Jacl: Puclcell, Vir- QIAQ ginia Qualls, Minnie Randleman, Reubin Rashbaum, Harry Rawlinson, Joyce Reed-Row lwo: Lorella Reilly, Jane Reynolds, Eslher Rhoads, Roberl Riddell, Wanda Ridley, Eslher Roberls, George Roberls-Row lhree: Hi Roberls, Mary Roberls, Jeanne Rolfes, Audrey Rosenslein, Belly Lou Rosenlhal, Belly Jo Rowe, Jaclc Rugg-Row lour: Eleanor Saliman, Donald Sandburg, Adeline Saunders, Carol Schoene, Bernard Schorr, Roberl Scholl, Alice Schroeder-Row live: Belly Schroeder, Lorraine Seidenberg, Vera Shabay, Shirley Shellel, Shirley Shipman, Mariorie Shollill, Margarel Sholwell-Row six: Len Silverberg, Louise Smilh, Mary Smilh, Roberl Smilh, Maxine Smilh, Maurice Slanley, Roberl Slannard. 66 so- 'Q -up Gw Row one Alfreda Sfeel Richard S+effa 2166 Bernadine'S1'einberg, Margarel' Siolcer, Mar: vin Sfone, Adele Sfromlberg, Margaref Sirumpfler-Row +wo: Louise Summers, John Swarfz, Waller Taslcer, Roberi Taylor, William Tewell, Margarel Thaler, Chesfer Thompson --Row fhree: Virginia Thompson, Eugene Tifsworlh, Anne Toffler, Roberi Torgesen, Tommy Townley, Peggy Turfle, Edward Van Dersari-Row four: Beri' Van Soesi, Margarel' Vaughan, Rosemarie Velfrie, Clarice Von Chermendy, Sybil Waggener, Joe Wagner, Ann Walden -Row five: Mary Wafson, Elvin Walls, Marjorie Weiss, Evelyn Wheeler, Baird Whilalcer, Kennefh Wilmore, Lorraine Winner-Row six: Jim Woodson, Shirley Wykerf, Vanifa Yea- mans, Vincenf Zarlengo, Joe Zenick. 67 -Eff., Formaldehyde fumes are ignored by searchers for the ,r truth in the anatomy of a pig .... Left, Lucky Parakeet pledges, Betty Brannan, Beverley Carter, and Juanita lb Loeptien are greeted by Woody Niedrach, Ruth Hutt- ner, and President Florence Duboff. ' I. rf VY' fl We H Xfw class of I944 brought dyke new pipes, old ro- mances, and moderate intelligence into the royal court. Best, according 'ro the King's wise men, they brought in new faces -some of which were regarded as being preH'y in a Vogue sort of way. 'JJAEQLKI' X With one down and three to go the class of 'I944 led by Paul Leyda, president, Jeanne Reeves, Virginia Erickson, and Bill Huber was by far the most active. 6 Xede. A, se. 'gui evwletiem sJn9'ne,, b E - a api N M5hem 10 , 9'efn tl May ad ' svethmii. vfeii-ish to e 1158 E59 kd , 9. Chafxes ani viveriem c",i'3fL.M" e 30 45 i 1 i 4 Row one: William Adams, Louise Allen, Bell Amen, Dwayne Anderson, Lessley Andrew: Mariorie A p, Alberl Archer-Row lwo: Bernice Aranoll, Charles Ashe, Hugh Avis, Alvah Ayres, Zacnary Azar, Lucille Bahde, Roberl Bainler-Row lhree: Shirley Balmer, Mary Jean Banlrs, Belly Barnes, Richard Barnholl, Belly Beck, Doris Beclc, Joseph Beckley-Row four: Barbara Belcher, Paul Bergren, Jane Besser, Dorolhy Bianchi, Franlc Bobriclc, Leslie Boehm, Rodney Bolender-Row live: Shirley Bolshoun, Lorela Bollcin, Malcolm Boyd, Belly Brainard, Virginia Brauer, Amber Brennan, Leola Broman-Row six: Belly Broolxs, Belly Lou Brown, Virginia Brown, Max Buclr, Elizabelh Budd, Edward Birch, Richard Burk. 70 ,. me F' Z Q TT Row one: Maxine Byrne, Barbara Cahoon, nam? Mary Calkins, Hugh Callaway, Virginia Car- lisle, Bell Jo Carler, Allon Carlwrighl-Row lwo: Rosemary Cassedy, Nan Chambers, Marian Chandler, Melvin Cheney, John Chrismer, Elaine Chrislensen, Belly Jean Clark- Row lhree: Jean Clifford, Jewell.Cline, Belly Cochran, Eslher Cohen, Marcella Comnillo, Beverly Conine, Shirley Conley-Row lour: Edward Cope, Maybelle Coyle, Elizabelh Cramer, Allard Crisl, Virginia Cronan, Florence Culver, Joyous Cummings-Row live: Marian Currigan, Chesler Cusler, Rulh Cuylcendall, Waller Daniels, Jack Danslcy, Eleanor D'Camp, Verna Decker-Row six: Emil Desserich, Melba Diamond, Maribel Dieler, Jean Dolan, Margarel Domer, Lowell Dulfner, Dorolhy Dunwoody. 7l 174' Q-v lb U' , '17 25' in V7 --f Row one: Helen Dveirin, Ted Ealcer, Ra Easle , Raymond Easllund, Charles Eberl, YWilliaiIn Edwards, Beverly Ek-Row fwoz Dorolhy England, Richard Enochson, Virginia Ericlcson, Mildred Essig, Jerre Ewal'I', Marilyn Ewers, Margarel' Feddersen-Row +hree: Nafhan Feld, Clee Fifzgerald, Mary Jo Filzgerald, James Fluckey, Dorolhy Fosler, Belly Frame, Donald Frary--Row four: George Frazier, Helen Frilz, Roberl Fullcerson, Richard Furze, Edward Fussell, Alice Glover, June Gas?-Row five: Lesfer Gold, Harvey Goldberg, Norman Goldman, Jerome Goldsfein, William Gorman, Whilney Gould, Harry Green-Row six: BeH'y Ann Greene, Shirley Grissom, Howard Hacksfaff, Monfe Hall, John Hammond, Beffy May Hansen, Aliean Hanson. 72 h Q ,eel l W T ON Row one: Doro+hy Hanlon, Charles Harmelin, Marylee Harper, Jeanne Harris, Doris Harwig, Ralph Hafch, Leeon Hayden-Row fwo: Virginia Haynes, Walier Heider, Morris Hein Virginia Henry, Eleanor He er, Nancy Herriman, Clarence Heyer-Row +hree: Jane Hob- bie, Pafrician Hollingsworfli, Milburn Horne, Philip House, Hope Huff, Duane Hugharf, Eleanor Hugins-Row four: Evelyn Hull, Frances Humphreys, Frank Hunier, Edward Hus- lcinson, William Hyer, Theodore Jackson, Roberi' Jacobs-Row live: Winfred Jacobs, Eleanor James, Marcella Johannsen, Earl Johnson, O. B. Johnson, Lois Johns+on, Mac Johnsfon-Row six: Maxine Kaplan, Fred Kelly, David Kerr, Doro'rhy Knigh+, Marcella Knudsen, Ru+h Kor+z, Herberl' Krueger. 73 J D Row one Billie Lancasier Marlorie Land Q0 James Landrum, Norman Langfelder, Roberi Lauferbach, Virginia Lee, Cl1arloH'e Linsfedi-Row 'rwoz Laverne Lees, Janel Leisf. Edward Leniclweclr, Marilyn Lewis, Ann Life, Mary Lindsay, Joe Link-Row +l1ree: James Liradiisn Dan Logan, Shirley Logan, Virginia London, Mavis Lorenzen, Edward Lundberg, Sam Luslry -Row four: Fred Mal1ony, Mildred Marfin, Emarene MaHl1ews, JeaneH'e Mayer, Harrieffe Mayo, Virginia McCammon, John McCar'rl1y-Row five: Barbara McCar+y, Taylor McCon- nell, Jacl: McCo , Mary McCoy, Kafhleen McElin, Mary McElin, Doll McDowell-Row six: Campbell McKellar, Roberi' McKeeney, Mabelle McReynolds, Dolores Melvin, Dona Mel- vin, Georgia Melvin, Mary Mercier. 74 we QR' -abl- 5' 'T' 1:-7 T io' C7 3 GN Row one: BeHie Lee Riley, AnneH'e Roberfson, Blanche Rober'rson, Mae Robeson, Alvin Rosen- s+ein, Virginia Ruegnifz, Sfephen Rulh-Row +wo: Jean Ryan, Thelma Saffil, Frances Sails- bery, Shirley Saliman, Roberl Sanders, Florence Sanderson, Marjorie Safer-Row 'lhreez Howard Schechlel, BeHy Scherer, Margery Sco++, Peggy Sco++, Ted Seaman, Shirlee Self, Mabel Severance-Row four: Josephine Shaffer, Janice Shapco++, Carroll Shea, Norma Sheda, Sally Sheridan, Franklin Shroyer, Mary Louise Simmer-Row five: Marvin Slay, S+an- ley Smar'I', PaH'y Smi1'h, Arfhur Snyder, Pearl Snyder, Joann Spano, Marion Squire-Row six: Dororhy Sfarr, Philip Sfarr, Roberf Sfevens, Rufh S+evenson, Arvel Sfewarf, Roloeri' Sfrieby, Edna Sfuver. 76 'wr- 5' 11, "" "9l' - :Q ,nw aw Row one: Dororhy Swan, E+hel Swayze, Blanche JAH Tarr, Richard Thackrey, Geraldine Thorne, Dorofh Tiemann, Wade Tilsley-Row +wo: Arlhur Trace, Mary Louise Tulley, Jack Twombly, Irma Van De Wege, Harry Vaupel, Alla Vofaw, lrene Wachel-Row fhreez Bar- bara Walfers, Rolland Walfers, Dorolhy Walers, Efhel Weddell, Franck Weick, William Wes+, Ford Weyandf-Row four: Delilah While, Frances While, Rosemary WhH'e, Donald Wickham, Henry Wiering, Arline Willbank, Dorofhy Williams-Row five: Thomas Williams, Eugene Wilson, John Wilson, Hunsfeacl Winkler, Frances Wifhers, Elaine Wifherwax, Frances Wogrin-Row six: Margarei' Woodman, Helen Woolman, Eugene Zei'rlin. 77 4 r- J -... 1 .PL-1 S 1, Aw I WA 5.0 z f D-41 1' YJ M w 5 N w I s e I n n a m e We onl , was the ef- fort of a group of vagabond quill-quibblers who wandered over the King's realm beating their literary tom-toms like bar- barians. That truth not mingled with fancy was abandoned, but all who read said that the result was amusing. oe ,An Coeds Helen Beachan and Ruth Moore had a gay time at the plant working with Bradford- Robinson operators, Wilbur Bradford, Rollin Street, Manford Grove, Merle Richards and George Rauscher. Edi 5ef fo' F 6 ofe Tcefg' spjzixafh pagzrburey R 'edb "L '-'fr a J' ew 'ek . ao a'b"fi-'srl "f'Slf""'fIfe is fipiuzafe ezhmagddicfa' - Oh' in Of 'be 3,1 "Ur, L S of fl' ,Lg zic hi 'he alll? A-Ssi shdwsfanf 'If S H I Edifg Seczzfe are en Bef aiu i. of, Pulli ache e H e Oo fufeg I 'ec ' 0' all , D u r e y We STAFF. R...ci, eclifor . . . Elaine Haney, assisfani' ediior . . . Rufh Moore, copy edifor-Dave De- Harpof, Rdberf Haines, Murray Smiih, Harro Miller, phoio raphers-Helen Beaclwam, inclex-Ka1'?1y McElin, BeH'y Lou Rosenlhal, BeH'y Boerner, Maxine Smifh, Dolly Varclen McDowell, fypisfs- ku' Elinor Berg, Gil Good, mounfing. V ghd Z Moo w.?fe"'f7.f7' Loff M 'ff' lied r ea?" bohgefs fo help Opy. 'Thing oz? W Da, , flooe be fl e 'fic ds Ha, 0or" e 0 Pu, . and Por Go In., " fl, ""' OI 'f-wr ""d fe 'faint 'bo' "0 f 'ww aqua Gd co, oben t, pas e,-,or ng ro We P. Or 6, Hain 'ed e S fo, olh rcturet PT: aIIeJiebu"'ed veqfohe sf' Gg al' I pl' 'faf 9h - Wo. e flue 11 me ,ff , e olde fowne crier for all Size dilspafches and develop- menfs on foreign baffle fields and local feuds, frumpefed mas- culinely or hinfed femininely all fhe resfless fhoughfs of fhe subiecfs, be fhose fhoughfs opinion, preiudice, social fwaddle, or genius. me STAFF: Shirle Shepherd, editor . . . Dorofhy Robinson, associafe . . . Bob Allclredge, associate . . . Milfon Hoffman, manag- ing . . . Henry Lopez, cify . . . Jack Warner, sporfs . . . Har- old Davis, co-sporfs . . . Bob Kershner, feafure . . . Augusfa Murray, sociefy . . . Ralph Ginn, Commerce . . . Shirley Brenhard, fashion . . . Bill ' ,fl'll?' N "Rf, .. -li" 41, ,ny ,r"1. n Ji, W, v . Shirley Shepherd, editor, smiles at the antici- pated reaction to her weekly editorial. From a "dingy" office in the basement of Chapel come forth these pearls of wisdom. When the papers are issued in the Student Union, intermission is called as each eagerly searches for a record of his achievements or at least his name. 82 Notes flourish and typewriters buzz for two days as reporters peck out their stories before the deadline. Scott, cartoonist . . . Mary Murphy, exchange . . . Re- porters: Bob Beier . . . Norma Mathless . . . Margaret Strum- ptler . . . Marion Ball . . . T Headlines in the making. Every Tuesday after- noon the editor iShirley Shepherd? and the staff busily write headlines for the Friday issue of the Clarion. f,II' ,".'j K Q Martha Axler . . . Mosa Heller . . . Pauline Berkins . . . Fran- ces Melrose . . . Betty Lou Rosenthal . . . Doyle Kline . . . Malcom Boyd . . . Sam Luslcy . . . Ted Brown . . . Dorothy Ann Cole . . . Jean Clifford . . . Mary Grace King . . . Kathleen Bruclcman. in Anita- '- 134.0-4-.. .... F1 :N,.... ., -., y MH' t t H Harold Davis, Bob Halford, and Sports Editor I Jack Warner write and forecast athletics both in the conference and within the university. Last-minute check-up. Final approval is given by the staff every Thursday evening before the Clarion reaches the student on Friday. 83 Ar. P ldafwr A 11,1 73 Bulletins, pamphlets, catalogues, and thirty other minor university periodical publications are under the editorship of Professor Edward U. Bourke of Commerce. lk Y Space, that unknown substance in the form ot a quarterly magazine, is under the editorship of Robert Alldredge. 84 .QZQMINUR PUBLIIIATIUNS sfepchildren of the powerful Clarion and 'the Kynewisbolc, are the "Football Diges1"',+he "S+uden+ Direc'I'ory", the "D" Book, and "Space-". Information Please! Calling operator, but the Student Directory lAnn Balent, editor! tells all. Pioneer's Guide. Dates, data, and pei-ggngl digry in one D Book, edited by Shirley Brenhard, Football Digest. Football heroes and their numbers are pictured in the Digest, edited by C. Lewis Herzog. .QZQBUARD UF PUBLICATIUNS composed of high Moguls of the lulorial staff and ambi- 'rious young servan+s,wieldecl a massive sceplre over the sundry problems of publica- lions. Elaine Haney takes over secretarial duties. Jim Needham represents downtown schools. Publications enthusiast is Robert Alldredge. Student representatives on Space is Milton Hott- man. El: ,. GD ..- , -4. 3 ' fl Jj , ri-:Aj i W l in Swv .Q . Publications still inter est Doris Finnie. Chancellor appointed Dr. Engle as representative. Publications on Trial. The Board of Publications, con- sisting of live student representatives and three faculty members, rules tenaciously over the University Publica- tions. . . rw K 1 nn. Faculty adviser of Space Dean Lawson wins ap- is Dr. Davidson. pointrnent by Chancel- lor. 85 rou , like courf assemblages of me goreprevellecl in richness of cos- fuming, seffings, and producfions. Their efforfs received fhe mosf royal pafronage of any local sfuclenf affairs, and fhaf is as if should be, for fheir work was truly professional. ' "M f ev rio, an bow Z ' 4 as Q . sell 'S perswfee Po., C o,, sesseg ampf QL . Of' J- Reconcnllatuon between John Carteret lWrllram Scottl and Dr. Owen Harding lkobert Bugdanowitzl was attempted by Kathleen lBetty Jearf Coveyl, as seen in the fi ' -" ' ' ' ' rst production of the year Smnlm Thru. A 410 "'0f"'1' s fa "cr 'Mk inf-we , u fore Qfe 1 - V- ac Of 1, Q' n d 4 S .'n me 41 felgzhage S 'O f1,Z"0n'5f'9l,,' "ine: fe Q' Of Kg., l:,,,,,"' lj, f 86 Callezd Orliiq p 'Vif-6 ge' ,M e"lb is 5 qj lr. L I Q' club d'mmed lh l' hl' ' l'h I like LiH'le 'l'hea+er, ai l'l?e izlclgk oi Thespis seH'lecl clown lo envelop anolher group of inleresled' I speclalors. Firsl hil' of lhe season was "Smiling Thru" which sel' a noslalgic, 'learful expeclancy for l'he group's succeed- I ing produclions. l 1 1 1 1 Conspirators in the game of love a Ia Shakespeare are: Waldo Phelps, Virginia. Collins, Mary Harris, John Weyandt, Ted Brown, .loan Dem- "' ' ' es ' . mer, Wllllam Anderson, Jean Knorr, Bill Jon , and Robin Lacy OQX e il '1 6 Kal' 5983! vice Xue? svallixxw j'u3"e vw' beg 50"v',A89o0 o ag xv' 50" go HBV age V Vps 1360 xeev' 306 Qxoo K5 9 0 Q85 sxznyeqio 61' Q 3 vqbiocqgvo ,,,xf.Y'v:ZuG"fm 6606 aa 6"Q:,xel'3Qm" 'iew' 105' vw 0 vox ef 'Q 0 o C 87 158 66 Noble? in 10909 YSCZRM ice 'dwg v"'e sent music, which gl? hath charms to soothe the savage collegian, ebbing from the mellow clarions of the Royal Dispensers of Harmony. Enemies ol the realm, on hearing these martial slrains, would retreat in wild dis- order lrom the ranks of the symphonic. ' Every Wednesday afternoon the orchestra settles down to a real prac- tice. Such work is necessary in order to excel at their occasional musicale and weekly performance at convocation. Nh., Dr ' H s 9 d CO5 yilo bf . 'lg fb sery ,pf f 'nb ' -I3 e fUfuigP6 sits ins eifllfegrf Wig: Bfadle of fl,:f:f ,y fzg-for i 'F III3,b':'2:Cg,hia0l,d 5,6 ,che e'6lf S 'bg Q D3 hisf el Sffa' 'nine' Z 'Ya' 8 8 a crusadin cor of minslrels, blended We decorously? durilbrg o en air contests of aihleiic stamina. H' was a battle royal +o clelermine whether the scrolls of music no+es or the +wen+y-two mauling matadors would emerge victorious. The brightly uniformed band conservatively performed at the foot- ball games with the assistance of majorettes, and a military color guard. The concert band performed only occasionally and was in- deed one of which to be proud. ' 14 I f i 1 eff a v"'a ad"'5:l""o' aew"'ax51+"'l eoggti ixnuxtai ,gov on 9021331010 8" K 6' Q30 ' 1. 189 he -in xv xx 0 e x Y W Kvogxgazi gookbb Ove.-,Ying fsgggsai a vw' .1-' ai" mi ' ao" gk 0 89 cle arimeni' is an occidenial We plaze of orien+a+ion. The Arch- bishop of Dropped Endings ancl Slurred Consonanis rules his province wiih a Holy Texi' of his own royal creaiion. All over ihe realm is his word Law, for he is, yea! ihe vox populi. J lfgowal sl' a fa, 069 Q09 W6 kan- '7' 41 Shown are James Kenna and Joe Di Lorenzo, sopho- dbo 0 K-,, V9 if 'ff-,js mores, Mary Murphy, senior, and Dick Crabbs, lunaor Wfq Saks kappa traveling debaters who capably spoke for D. U. in inter- pf'-94. 691: state forensic contests. 411 . 513- MII A1 eafe ,ruflbsohsoh 'Ps-4. 'ina as 'Q Q S ye,y9G, ogfadu S serigu ,OIL 'G' We ld a d 5 4-phd wgfafefafi 6 1f:,""J' 41 eeq' Co f Ig f-'fo ep q, gh 'he f afle ,I pefld ende pby . I 90 d d Gee i'V 40,6 0618 In ls """e, " 'pres Tw ",'Q"' de 'dent Qppas de artment, with orator to We rivgl the royal courts, lenzis a strideni' and exhaustive voice to campus activities. By de- bate, discussion, and extemporaneous speaking, the forensic students seek "integration" and "objectivity" for personality plus. V 311 wi' ew Harriet Hutchins declaims her side in the intramural Wo9Ahe 'eaae debate finals with her partner, Betty Brannan, listening ot. if ol, " ego .65 Ko in. Sigma Kappa supporters abounded in the audience. ,Gaza 59 5959 v",1':xe?'Q' -.w"" 93 cafax X- . We Vi ,fe 1 9 9' Q0 'ivcg Q-A50 Ja Msn , 'ec' kea"x,L,sV' xa"e::s9'i 3 9663 V' si" 432461. 6 0 . 65 1346 A W' 2' 9' 0 . QS: 90 oqex vafxc Ggobeixets' qdcvfo Was' x,o5:f ,xefo W' -gx'J".x, 2" 9 I 5 5:5 W? 069ea,aV" Xnzvgaxe ' 90 089' gyda A so ge we of mixed voices made the We E H U R U 5 living peasantry sii' up and take notice, with their straight renditions of classical opi-um. Underpaid, underappreciaied, and overlooked, 'lhe Chorus tripped ihrillingly over many a refrain for the benefit of un- official Mayo Quadrangle audiences. Musical notes over the airways entertained listeners of KLZ on one of the University of Denver's programs. Listening distractedly to the verbal instructions of their capable director, Forrest E. Fishell, is the University Chorus. be fofhif. S lr 'h' Ggc '63 C dba gh Ile' ohppahgorush, solo. V53 fo W:'a5h ed gylvas 8271 and foadelpeaq 11:5 Hfo,f,eh 'War 7 a aff 9"fn 844' e U '- 'ec giresslzgl, eflg 3 00 fe h'Ve FUQ f ed ef 4 1 Sp 'nf 0' S S 0 0 -an '90 'fo' Y fn , 92 """en" 9"'sn 6' E'i'l'u.f 4 We STUDENT UNION W L+ " ' " e w o s e walls the gods, Nicotine and Cocain, reign supreme, is a fra- ternal hall 'For refreshment of appetites, both physical and gossipel. Hs smoke-filled taproom shroucls the mighty thoughts of men and petty wishes of women in scant secrecy. The Student Union, with its fountain, card tables and nickelodian, attracts leisure-loving collegians, scholars and professors alike during the 10:00 o'clock chapel period each day. There's always someone in the "pud" hall. xl 'aio X gm a 5 'Ne ue 00050: can te ayqglx, des .5 not Zixqhgxxxay .ll va glaixrsg vgxax. n - . 9 aes Y xaiethel S e anxxvs ef sich'-596 '21 'K K Khsede W9 1 e e af'-ra 93 59' ea lets revived the old tradition We thi a good landing is any land- ing you can walk away from. 'They pioneered in the unbroken Santa Fe Trails of the sky, setting a high standard of courage for the youth of America. Cr 'Wk ah'Pe pfegcollfa d Corn an ihafe ife Logfs Cf ,G 'I Of Ol' S 3330 Use iff' The first student instructor class to graduate from HigIey's included Joe Tymczyszyn, Jean Dow Smith, Norman Winchester, Ralph Angleai and Loh ren Applegate. 0,0 I I It 4 M135 ,Zs,f5f,,e 3,113 ,of . '11, ,hs-f,,S-L Q doors. so 1:14-,,su, I Nffs o,, 59 M. endif' Ivo, 9 i,, 94 skg '69, HI ewg k is '68 f 9,011 ef 0""0 ""- 'ee 44 'Z "I e"-'M79 U J' Flenn Bayley on the art of flying in the cockpit of an Aeronca ship. I 5' of university-aged civilians efhe marked a turning poini' in lhe I development of national air-consciousness. It is said, that even without the Sperry bombsights, our neo-Lindberghs I could spoi' the Student Union from an altitude of I0,000 feel' l and see with whom their girl friends were dancing. Harland Miller, former University of Denver student, is instructing .6 1 ,QW X '40 5cw5f"",x?: QINQVK 5 5 'K Soyrzsorcyif' ,JS-ftiexa' ' 0 xawt' NN 'V' W" oe' gl we 910' o 6.461 . 3609 . av-'S av-9 3 i ev-e"'xn ""f.o"5e 0,10 Com 9009 N , 30 ei! KY1 oi R03 35 :fad il ' "59a?y,e xa15.c000 ' 1,6 8 ye 1 19 ' a F' aasvboav 'O 1 xv io we 0 95 in 6 V . 'ixwsynsat ,aa , sqtams 10' , Xzeovxe .,, .l' .I jlltlctlil' ig, gk: filf. L T 1 K AH- V. w, L-', -" ' ' E.:'8l:3 v f . . f., J. 4. f- 1 " I -X1 W 5 ' -... -A Q-vii . -,VU . ?, 5rp WM ' , . w ,,!i...,, ami J!! -if .WWMG mmk SEVNWW, vw 'mx L Lg .. vuwfy' cnumnmr Paramus gacle - Y'Ewer Blondie r- Two-fired-Wifhouf fhe chains-Checkered sui+ors-below, Knee'd we say any+l'1ing- Conver+ible Pioneers--Submii' your evidence-Snap my char+er-Cornersfone cu+ie- Surely! 97 P 1 H -Wm. f f A4-C". 5. ' .,QQ5.'5'es,' ., M Q: .-'-ZW, UQ fb' 1.1.-'fe I -5 A, f,,7.iW,M JC , X... .-jpg, f , r .. r-V ,., .. ll ,fs - McClung is to the left here, so judge for yourself about this much debated Boulder play. W " "'J"'77 5 "'i'f""W??'?3'?55'E'7fF?'2'?'!?3'f5N"ifW? 'ff?f" l,r 's-, u f'1 , , ' .Vg 4 mn' ... , . ' . , M' , V -bluvuf' . . , , . Y . ?i:,x,.,f5AI,.: , X- ,- ,,, J, f 'L x FFL v--v og , 4 , U if Gaposis is a common malady for these cheerers, Jean Knorr, Court Williams, and Ruth Mclnfosh 99 Secla+e smiles-Musical ga'l'l'1- ering--Phi Chi Tl1e+a smile- Slmalrespearian Waldo Phelps--Who won?-Your skull leng+h--Quar+e+-Presen+s and calre-Ball Please!-Nighf life-No roofl No windows!-Wl'1ere're flue fellows?-Goal' laugh--A. W. S. Dance crowd--And l1ow'es!-Sigma Kappa girls-Wesl' fo +l1e moun- fains- l00 'Fm-1 254 SN., Q, 4.1 'F All sei? Smlllng D Phu Es Liffle Miss Muffef-7 spades -Bashful Gamma Phis-Comforf Hrsi'-Polishing up--Bubble Bafher-Sobersides Brooks -Trophied wall-Esquiranf-Dreams7-Bucolic appe+i+es-Sfumped--Acceni on Esquire -Ouch! Tha? hurfsl-Tall +ales ai' dusk-Don'+ ihey ever s+udy?- lOl X 9'-in Sons of Resl' D U Cee U? -Ballel' ruse--fTTsl:'e+ a Tas- lrei--We didn? End fhe baslre+-The calm before +l'1e s+orm--Bubble dance-Beau+y and fhe Beasl'-No place +o go-Deacl weighl'-"Legs" Loepfien-50-50-Hold l'igh+-Puz- zle: End flue ref--The draff will gel 'em I02 Q ' -my -Pfiwf Q "3 '75 . ' ' 2 'T"'S..' A iw ' 'K Sr NMTJ Q cnunlnmr Pnnmms righi, so whaf?-Big business -Now lisien-Some like ii ho?-On ihe house--Ancien+ comfori and siyie-Time ou+ for repairs-Cheerful Vandals are fhese Gamma Phis- I03 P I 4.4m a.: hm, -. 1 Lu: - r T2 an -N- i . ' ' , i L, . r i 4 , .Q N i . A. . can , 1 . -- 0 "'o -0 04 L,"-'!I,Q "1 ffjia .., ,, K . V 'N g ' . N1 in EY. . Qi? 'aw AVN. 5 ,lr ,. '. W , gi, .- 4: 5 E i W yi no-fl ff ' I if .a - , - V v 5 1 V :.1.N'hW1QQIi"'ifM'. 'qv-'f -, fy! ! 1 ' I' ' Q: :IV ' ,VL tg M ' 1 . H h r 1 - ' -' ' x . Q - - . .. ,n,,-, ,,,,,F,mf!! ,su N Inga... , 1 .Sr , C-,,.-I B gui: b ' Q- .fy s: 'r 14, 1 ,fm ..A.i 1 V, my f , ' Q '15 X' -'fr ' -Pia I 'f' ' f -' A i 1. 4, K 1 ,f . L. ' ' asv . L' -l 1. eq. 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McClung didn'+ score!--Subs+i+u+ions going inl-Pushing?--All up in +he air- Hall's long puni'-U+al1 sfgcks up-"Horrible" by Ames-below, Wormseye view-All Hail!-S+asica off tackle-Galloping Hank-D. U. end around-below, ??7-Covering fhe field-Aggies' Bergman relaxes-Trainer Haynes- IO4 kann ea 1.6. 1'-H "' lnformaii+y - Pioneer Pros- pec+ors-English Club mas- coi'-Freslwman Pi Phis--Correci' lighiing, anyway-The Dance of ihe Year-Well-oilecl- Noi fhirsfy?-Sa+urday wash-Coy-Paiama parfy-below, Sober Pi Phis--Muiual em- barrassmenf-Oopsll Oh, well-Dorm beauiies, surprise!-Don'1' jump!-Revived-S+ick on, cowgirl-Ain'+ he +wee+7 IOS - fx, fr "E, W -- H, ".-' 1 - r . ,' , - . - ' ' ' CANIJIIJLY PEEHINEIL'3i+2':?zg?i'2"aCi,t1"?g2 bo++les-Sober humor-Chapel period over--Scarab wanis you!-Ge'r ready!-Who's goi' +he ball?-How big is 'fhe sun?-Sfopl-Mouse in 'Hwe corner-Over The +op-Nei ball-Leap frog-Pi1'ch- I 06 Friendly humor Pl+ch R ccgrding - belov-Zlionezrsij Fireside chef'-below, Relaxing-Huddling-Mddern Egyp+-A++en+ion!-Manners please! -Slave markei'-He's in fhe army, girls-Adion!-A penny for fheir fhoughfs-A fool speaks-Coolies-Merry Ha! Hal- I07 . lr 'Xml "Msn W :fi W "Y -i:'5'1"' ' '. dirty?-!,:'Qm',,1.j4f ' W"4H,'EIE5'i- , ' f -1121 tj'-3,1 v 1 ,ffzfm I' 4- f .:"" 1 'ilk' CANDIIILY PEEKINE Efeuagdieffimilf 35233: Froni' rank-Friday I I:4O-Musf be goodl-below, Slushy weafher-Favorable cri'ricism- Busy "B" Paul-Thirsiy Sig'Alphs-A discreei' audience-Dress rehearsal-Rush problems -Daily Dozen- l08 psf I 'Ll f. I7 ii L xIvN 1 Lei +here be music-Sober- sidesi Danyew - Panhellenic doings--Tea for fwo or +wen+y-Who ge1's +he lug?-Beloved Chancellor and his wife- below, The queen of Pioneer Day-below, A hos? of Daisy Maas?-WELL, how did +his ge'l' in?-Be prepared-below, Greaf days- I09 'ff5'f5fw' - 4: ' .A -. A V., v J-'1i3,f,.' "- "-'--x-.... 0.41" ' ."--. . bv ,V V g'-'-'fm' f V ...f-..'-,-A-. rr-W". -f "NH if--i-jg ,1,.,-3.5.-asa 1 N ,g 1,5 , f 7 5' " ' 5-3 7 mx? ' J Pk QQQ if ,- 1, , A . ...W M .R . QSQY lniii- ' 'tain nn , - C llnlulgg I -I K: ar gs x l , . . 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Y' mia 'W L Q-5 :W i'7 I A 'Hz th A H' s vw Q.. 9 ' 4 , L A 2 4 .41- lii,q,fir'fi17' . .bi S ,X simmer' S' f4kQgs' ' 5 KI M,-mv' W df P' . ,Iliff - 54115 2 - 'Tn 2':: Xf"l .5 Q19 Fife mfs-www HZ HNIGHTS DF THE CIJURT e achieved nolable vicfories over lhe ravaging gian+s of sfudy and ex+ra-curriculanlics. They surged +o +l1e'Fron+ ranks of fhe migh+y peers, excelling in whafsoever +l1ey underlook, in +l1e manner be'FiH'ing Kniglnfs of Round, Square, Flal, and even Pool Tables. II9 WILLIAM BALLARD, dancer deluxe, proved by consisfenf unrewarded worlx lo be one of fhe slaunchesl' promolers of D. U. fame. Throu h his eFFor1's and exfensive wire-pull- ing, fthe Universily had Hs firs+ big-name band af i+s Junior Prom lasl' year. "Uncle Bill" is well known af Commerce, in Bela Thefa Pi, and in Omicron Del+a Kappa. ELWOOD BOLSTER was a debonair lcnighl erranl' from Commerce on 'rhe mission of promo+ing grea+er friendliness be+ween his realm and The campus. Popular in his own school, "Ellie" was presidenf of Commerce, a member of Omicron Del+a Kappa, Phi Ep- silon Phi, and lhe social Alpha Kappa Psi. l20 ISABELLE DAVENPORT has a middle name for efficiency and a pei' name for good will. One of fhe brighlesl' Commerce lighfs, she is a pas'r presideni' of Menlors, held lhe same office in Befa Gamma Sigma, and has led Morlar Board for fhe pasf year. Isa- belle's ac+ivi+ies were counfless and her friends consfanl. JACK DETRICK con+inued +he long-s'rand- ing Deiriclc Dynasly in 1'he Gashouse, being +he fhird in line. Jack was presidenf of Sci- ence, a member of Omicron Delfa Kappa, Della Chi, Phi Bela Sigma, A. l. C. E Lambda Chi Alpha was his frafernal choice l2l ,Nfl RALPH GINN, Commerce Casanova, main- lained confaci' wi+h fhe campus 'l'hrough his ac+ivi1'y on ihe Clarion as a Bizad columnist As presiclenf of Phi Epsilon Phi al' Commerce he had an acfive parl' in afhlefic clispla s. Scarab lapped him for Omicron Doha Kappa and Alpha Kappa Psis called him brofher. GEORGE HALL, a +hree-sfar man, shone in afhlefics, poli+ics, and pedanfics. George was a friple-'rhreai' man in foolball and base- ball, a +wo fime presidenl of his class, in his iunior and senior years, and a member of AIEE, "D" Club, Phi Befa Sigma, Omicron Delfa Kappa, and Beia Thefa Pi. l22 V 4-fc: 31? ,fx if ,., I EDWARD MCWILLIAMS sailecl 'l'o 'Fame under his own quiel' unassuming power for amicabilily. Kappa Sig "Mic" was fhe peo- ple's choice for presiclenl of Liberal Arrs. His sfudious nafure rebelled al' acl'ive par- licipafion in 'fhe 'frivolous and heady social life of fhe campus. The "second" McWil- liams is a man's man. ROBERT MORRIS is rhe spiri+ual counler- parl of Ed McWilliams. "Moe" lends his effervesceni' spirifs fo drama and speech, as evidenced by his many and varied paris in drama produclions and his acfive work in forensics and Tau Kappa Alpha. Omicron Della Kappa honored him, foo, and Kappa Sigma rafecl his complele loyally. I23 DOROTHY ROBINSON, running male fhrough college wi1'h her parfner on lhis page, shone in fhe iournalisfic field. The culminafion came wi+h her associa+e edifor- ship of The Clarion. An excellenl' sfudenf, Dorofhy was a member of Alpha Lambda Delfa, Morfar Board. Gamma Phi Be+a was benefifed by her membership. SHIRLEY SHEPHERD is besl' described as irrepressible. Noi' confeni' wilh Paralceefs, Coed Journalisis, and Pan-Hellenic, "Shep" ran as dark horse in fhe edirorial race and emerged lhe lhird woman chief of +he Clarion in i'rs hisfory. Morfar Board was a 'furfher honor and Pi Bela Phi her social sphere. l24 BETTY SYLER, a pe+i+e and racious presi- deni' of A. W. S., was a capab?e and beloved leader of women. Parakeefs, Kappa Delfa Pi, and Moriar Board are her scholasfic hon- ors. Her in+eres+s include sororiry Sigma Kappa and pioneering on fhe ski runs of Ber- fhoud Pass. ANNABELLE WURTZ proved of inesfima- ble service on Women's S+uden'r Council. Thoroughly feminine, she proved her dra- mafic abilify in fhe parf of a boy in "Our Town." Good scholarship awarded her hon- ors in Ka pa Delfa Pi and Morfar Board. Her socialsinieresfs were cenfered in Alpha Gamma Del+a. I25 I 1 J Aeronauiics Au+hori+y should nol- l1esi1'a+e +o accepl' girls such as Janice Applegafe 'For fraining as pilofs, for Janice has been bui one of several pioneering girls +o gel' +l1eir wings and licenses. I28 , I . IWW, f2,.4Zf'?"" M fy QNX' J ,W.'5! if V . W I W wwf' ,,,, V friyaxww--. Z, t Af -LA ,:fx,Ew,,- E P424 J WITH THE I-'AR i3iS'i"I"2'H?S e a o e soufh, and a hazy serpenfine hump of purple moun+ains fo +he wesf, Hue Mary Reed Library en+ices many roman+ics +o Hs rear 'I'errace +o gaze in awe a'I' +he wonders of na1'ure and fhe archiiecfural friumphs of man. l29 Nas.- E incongruous in lhis wes+- - ern world of flame-Hpped au+umn branches are fhe Orienfal minare+s on 'rhe Chapel +o +l1e left Barely +o be seen over 'rhe fops of +he elms is Hue granife 'wall on +l1e wesf side of +l1e old Universi+y Hall. l30 fy ,I fig ef in R Q. VUL i gf, . I glam W on +he beach ai' Waikiki is fhe closesi' John Wouclenberg, Bob McWilliams, and Durey Ranck go+ +o 'rhe Royal Hawaiian fcover charge one evening: SIOI. There were some few free evenings, however, of which 'l'he boys go+ full benefit I3l if ""'E'4Q. A Wi ,vw-.w:','1 .,,,y, , ., H. 'zum-',u. "5ni',:T,,,, iff-S fini-il. MF, i,,1w.', , 4 - 1- ' ""y'l'h'l4'V 'ffwli "H'G"':" "fu 1' ' ' ,v I ' , .' viii?-fl3'?f-'QE'-Wifi,fifJY,Q"I'r, 4 ' " ' wi J 'N " . N ,vu , " ' 2 ' 'J-FWSfrfifbalsmifi,aumf,w.:Wsiz ' n. ' 4.417 VY' W' H" ' ' if V Je. 11'J'Zlflj-"l1w1Mu'T:"',,a,fl,lF4f,wWz-f ' 3? .' , - . ' . f ' , H4 . .' ls, .pJ':rE:m71:W,,'ar'3',y,'Lrw,,..M.:-Q :,w.,.,i ' , 1 ' -fa, ' 1 ' , A ' 1 1 ' ' I 'ar' 'N " S 1 wa' ,,.,9r'f+1,.w'f.-vw,-"Wwe A - ., 5 N, . "" ,r-wif-1-L ff'-W"Z,-rq"'A.D 0 - 1 t . ' " ' 1 A A 1 ' .An-,,n.,, 3 ' Lq.,4n :':.i,,Jgg4,f.,:,..-qgyh ' J w " .E - . IQ , "1-5.ag,.'w ,-mewr'w,.,w+g1mgwv- - - f'N':- ' ' , . Q ' - 5 ' Q5 . ., . , . V ', s , wiv qw., ' . .,,. Q 'W " J 4 A w ' 4 M hw f I' a blank wall 'lo fhe ou+side and furning i+s sunlil' and s acious fronf +o'+l1e Quadrangle, cen+er of +l1e campus, is f e new Mayo Hall, a gill' from Mrs. Verner Z. Reed. Al' fhe end of flue walk sfands l'l1eligl1+ brick building, lhe Gymnasium. ,132 , f l . .1 ,,, , "l7.- , flfaffi " 'V "H ,D.Mi".Q '-' lm ' U, A 54, 5 ,la ijlgw - ' :gnu .- ww, : '-, A . HL- K ,f K Magi if 51+ 'lf fn -1 J 1, 1. 'fllflggf W 4 A ,Q::r,,,... wr .J 4 Wx 'Yi fiiw '57 Y .- 1' Mfliilrfffjvfllllli, lllqmklfllw' WX'3l.7l5Sf if lijifixly iiflljf . -:E'fL':' ' if3Ef'f' Q. - ' X '. . in ' 'S-. T our own HilH'op S+adlum NU wi+h rhe blue haze of mounfains in +he background, is 'l'he Universiiy of Hawaii sfadium wifh maiesfic Diamond Head s+anding omniscienf and sileni' beyond +he field. The resemblance +o Colorado scenery musi' end fhere, however. - A H . '.:. l if l33 ONCE THE HAUNT 5'fJ?"i"E'Z Andrew Carnegie Hall which was converfed from a library io a S+uden+ Union. Today, +his slurdy s+ruc+ure is s+ill a l1aun+, buf for s+uden1's ancl facully members who seek relaxa+ion and conversafion. I34 1 A of clashing color is possible only.in +l1e green and golden land of- Hawaii and specifically on +he side- lines before fhe foolball game befween +l1e Universi'ry of Denver and 1'l1e Universify of Hawaii. Nofable in 'rhe crowd are players, coaches, specfafors, and 'Fair voyagers. X I35 Hall is +he oldesl' s+anding building on +he campus: ifs braced-up walls enclose 1'he ageless secre'I's of science and +he whispered moves of changing dynas+ies. This quief and secluded easfern enfrance has a faded and passive beau+y. 136 45" N f 4. -I UL .Q Ski Club has a hosl' of arclenl' win'rer spor+s enfhusiasfs, among whom is Margarel' Crane who lakes wind and snow in her sfricle ancl cheerfully packs a heavy sleeping bag 'lhrough fhe lraolcless wasfes "somewhere in +he Rockies." l37 N 1 les We QZQLAIJIES UI-' Tl-IE IIIIURT selecled for +l1eir na+ural beaufy unmarred by Rubensfein or Fac'l'or sorcery, grace 1'l1e assemblages, and fes+ive boards cafering always 'ro +l1e ephemeral smiles of1'l1e masses. For +l1is rare and lransifory gift +l1ey are herewifh honored. I39 ALL-AMERICAN ana 562754 H EALTH I EST gem Jfnofw u4o MOST ALOOF QQJQ jam gow? DARNED GOOD LOOKING Jf!auQn cgwem l4l UNINSPIRED .Walk Jfloofee f WOULD LOOK GOOD IN WIND, RAIN, OR SHINE Wvyahm Jfhlkfz 142 SWEETEST Qofnahze Qowa IDEAL MODEL wel? Qeannan 143 SOPHISTICATED Qalelk fuzno PETITE AND CHIC Qhmhlfe .Wyeea I44 KIND MEN MARRY cgodchb ja gfiuehafel COLD SHOULDER-WARM HEART Jffafay you l4s 'M if S mx' 'wa f e-.fl "Mf'gf'1T""'f5, 'T fl flwfff if-H-I golf hw vlwlnn. x4Aq4x. A Firsl' clay ouf-Life preservers-Lei"s scuH'le fhe shipl--Leis from +he lsland lovelues The welcoming lug from Honolulu Three suf fering Norfherners-Hula naiive slyle-Sunsfruclz-Au+hen+ic Japanese dwelling-below, Hawaiian demons+ra+ions-Luclry Edifor-ls everybody happy? I46 ij 2' 'EIS , Ph, ' '1- N' i ' V -M . jf' . qi 4 -in f- A Ny .1 - . V s H ,,, . il , ' 4 M. i In V MA A. .4-1' Q! '41 ,,,:',," :Lia Jig? 0 Moana Ho+el-All sei' for Honolulu-Universi+y of Hawaii greeiing -Heave hoi-Picnic on Pali-Polynesian Venus-A sfory Wi+i1OU+ words-is everybody happy?-below, The welcoming band on +he pier-Hawaii's coeds are cufe-The same par+y-Hawaii calls!-The famed Banyan Courf-The Mounfain Pali, refuge of King Kamehameha-Cac is happy- I47 M- I .. B, .5 J ,. fa, , -uf ,A l I. . Q . L - Q. .S - - .uv Q,. .-- A ww rn fs: Kappa Sigma vs. Lambda We gjliii-Cham ion Pi Kaps--Befas vs. Sig Alphs-Whi+e House gang-Iliff-Kappa Sigma vs. Lambciza Chi-Cookie Dusfers -Whife House-Sons of Res+-Befas vs. Sig Alphs. A 1f1:,i'I1' 4' ' 1 'fi Rf' I "' KI! we . Q W-Ye ' I , 1 Q spor+s: Vaupel, wresfling finalisl . . . We Kappa Sig vs. Tau Eps . . . Cham- berlain, wresfling finalisi . . . Sig Alph baslcelball feam . . . Lambda Chi baslcefball game . . . Sclimicli, wresfling champ . . . volleyball . . . Saunders, wres+ling champ . . . foucliball . . . volleyball. wx.. ' WJ' I5I .Wh DEMUNSTRATIUN crew, headed by "courtly" Court Williams led the populace in a vocal baH'le and sought shelter behind shaky cardboard shields. By portly Phi Eps and perky Parakeels 'l'he names of the opponents were marked on the turf. I ' yy ' ll A, iff. Ruth Mclntosh and Jean Knorr, two cute, vivacious M 1 'W' y ii I cheerleaders, brought attention and cheers from the u .y,"l if 'lv " , fi ' students and public alike. ' 'IWW , ,N fl, f in f n 'nl' Jill n- i l fl "Maid-ifflyll A i . -' 4? l . .. we ' I , -.1 ,l 1. . J ' liff ', ' A .. li " -fam f3iiF!7sl'1 r ff , of Th H A-n ut ty W N ry , 725 fl ii l - all -'ii - J I W i, rnn.i 1' ,y ...mu 3 Q 1 I i' , Y'-! 1, .!L r - umm ' v ' ' Aa, he .3 U ., wg. 3,.T 0?1,,of'4b9"'l'ee, N" Aw . JM .,,Y l', 7,0f:fro 40913: be s, 4' - 8 0 e I' I ' ' ' ,f l. M. "., 'fs 0 ,, fi in n A bufffafzbg izlaizaht ' Mi. F 0. '05 o"eelo:" 5 'fffv?'. ' i i . OPS h?lodhf'6 Bod aw' S ' K llydeh, 'C , 19,3 'Ur I ' 0 6 qf5:5o,"'o4e MGI. Courtland Williams, manager of 6,09 4,0 oo," demonstrations, was responsible for 1 Pea, the displays at the halves of the foot- l52 ball games. He found the work dif- ficult and the cooperation poor. We VARSITY SPIJRTS in charge of the Master of Tournaments, Lew Mahony, prove a Mecca for all impecunious and light-hearted gladiators. Physical culture is all but forgotten in the desire to be victor- ious over the rogues of the realm. K Lewis Mahony, graduate manager ot athletics, handles capably and individually the problems created by spectators and sports. Cac Hubbard, popular football coach, with the assistance of Ketchum, Moyni- han, and Trainer Haynes, ran into the fall-fray a team representative of the university. - 9 -av' os x xg. V,-s ve gb ' 5 , 'N 23 Q6s0xogYSe6'Vv0 409 t.. ' edxq to 4099368509 i ox ieaivofiswol egfvvi V639 Q.. Qs L oQe 00, , 99 Qin I5 9 do Q6 Xu 599 0.40 I K ooo' ,ePs,' 'P K::,aq9e l53 0' b0ys.abul,b'1- seldom std' iouggrgugudt rxgwhs- V?'?lZ+Gi? campus and stadium life during the three showez fluheahuf-Q 52121. Ploneers of football tactics, they 305311. "Cac" Hubbard. of an unsparing, inspired, friendly H311 in r GgoI9e . 535510 e , 5 led' . ' ,NV . sY:!S:oE2"122ixZl:1:g1X12" e e e and J X- ,gf -,. ' . 6 fu ' N " 1 , rooTsAu. 1940 Y 1-r I 9 ' 1' s 1 WEBER. "1 . S 155' H Sept. 27-Iowa State 7 Denver 14 1 -"2 1 - ' W . , Oct. 4-Baylor ........... Denver 7 it ., ' 1 'W f.. , Oct. 11--Colorado State ...... ..13 Denver 14 1 tt't' T Oct. 19-Wyoming ............. . 9 Denver 41 'D or ' occ. 26-Utah ,,,,,,,,.,,,... ..,...,25 Denver 14 9 H' Q-me 9 ' Nov. 9-Brigham Young ...... 0 Denver 9 Nov. 16-Utah State .............. 6 Denver 34 Nov. 21--Colorado ....,........... 3 Denver 3 Dec. 14--Hawaii .................. 16 Denver 19 Denver 1 We 'min 'we flies k:1,c-ol?:- o'4 9' 3 on vb wie' 21-ne' " .. W 909 ok 0 what ' as vvejax Dec . 18-Hawaii Hialanis ...... 0 ,f I vw' 50" HQTQGY Young broke through to stop Leo Staslca wuth a loss of five yards. Scott, Dun- can, and Carlson closed in fast. MU: '-5-""'-s X .,,,g,,.QA-mfft " axe" -Y 09 0 W ,, ,. vgfwxa v' ' . r ' Mitra! Degxfvf 9' a v Q0 005339 1 in we 311 Poms Weight with speed made Bob Riddell, sophomore tail- back, hard to stop. ln this picture he is "taking oft" Er: a.short gain against C. U. in the Thanksgiving asslc. 9 we " Iss ik, Q' - I. Mark "Papa" Jhe TEAM'D u n c a n . 2. Cecil "Bu+cl1" Scheffel. 3. Marvin "Cowboy" Anderson. 4. J e r r y "Swede" Anderson. 5. Bob "Block Head" Gifford. 6. "Silen1"' George Hall. 7. "Slammin Sammy" Sugar- man. 8. Bob "Longmon+ Flash" Rid- dell. 9. Ed "FleeHoo+" Esllow. IO. N5 I4 . x3 'Q E g' k Ji . .av o .J , 'A' if .. gp' 4 6 B Qs Henry "Hankus Pankus" Walsmi+h Il. Merle "Golden Boy" McConl nell. IZ. Daniel "Dangerous Dan' Clinger. I3. Clarence "Big Duich' Reiner. I4. Bob "Beach Boy" Ho- gan. I5. Clyde "Bus1'er" Cherry. I6. "Bi " Mike Jurich I7 Carl "Ru 9 - - 9- cuHer" De Temple. I8. Larry "Sun- shine" Toburen. Ffa Ak-sfdllfl. . rf H' '30 ti 1 8 at Y as S M ,cg I tg e some Lou Jac! "SquaHie" Brenimer. 4. Bob "Wl'1izzer" Wright 5. Bill "Shoes" ' ler"Sky"Cur+is. IO. Ches+er"Craig" -B'.W'9"l' fd 'ie E iq- l 5 HZ TEAM:'-"'1'.and' Lile . 2. Hersey "Pilo+" Young. 3. Schumaker. 6. Jack "Lover" Cham- berlain. 7. Bob "Blackie" Blackman. 8.Max"Casanova"Jordan.9.Scl1uy- QT Thompson. I I. Don "Blondie" Carl- son. I2. Harry "Big Harry"Shade I3. Frank "All-Conference" ScoH'. I4. Jack "Shor+y" Fosfer. I5. Sfuari' "Jug" Clark. I6. Chuck "Flash" Woodward. I7. Coach Ellison "Ke-rch" Kefchum. I8. Coach Clyde "Cac" Hubbard. . -"5" D ll f QF' I60 ve" .1-I 4.940 wa' We FUUTBI-U.-L lil' '.',LT1I.f'3.1Z"5il'ii?.Z.l 'lhis year by ever surprising coaching by "Cac" ancl lhe equally erralic, oflen brillianl' playing of some +hirl'y al'l'erna+e bench warmers and gridiron slars. . ul ig! Il ak "mi 9 n- oni Giihiluiiuniitghis Z? 93:"e' DUN?" ide 9' coI"ie'en Han in 3 maui, hal' x cal' and lm .. I. Qvfri i CONFERENCE STANDINGS .V X.. A , 4 ,HgIt5fi,5,...EQf?3 'fvgl' -E. A .Ii yr -. I 5,+..,i ,!.t',fT" ' lI A. ., . 'A Q 'FT M yy "k fog, Q, Team Won Losl' Tie Pc'I'. l aff" TT? I I 'fx' , -M U+-ah ............. .... . .. 5 I 0 3 I P' K I x ff' I- I "1 ' .E sf W I-WI' gil Colorado -.... 4 I I .soo 133' 'n v -I ' Denver -----............... 4 I I .ooo tw 'I'I A' I Brigham Young ..,.... . 2 3 I ,400 rr I U+ah S+a+e ,,,,,,,,,,,,, , 2 4 0 ,333 Coloraclo S1'a+e ........ I 3 2 ,250 I Wvommg ................ 0 5 I .ooo JI .I-,I use yyy 4. -y , 4'fll"lI..g I'- Q, ""II .',!. 'MNA b 'Isl 1 i N , - U M ,Qf'9,?,. , U . P Qilthmy ' li r ' v 4 . l uc I' .4 n ' - , N, "' . . , WN! " 1 lw j. H Q fy f ' J ' lx - , K 'af' Y - 1974: , X X. is 1 -. ,..V ,M , VJ lIIlqWII l ..f-iq. , X IXQQEI My w. . K l vw' I , K P N V qs w oi W 3 1 Y? 4 l -y,EjwmIM Y Maw 5.3, I QW I I - M '-.Wm 'Ig , I Y 'AQIIM M II' '1 SM I':,'I.III...Li.-l,,j':fd:I, M . I W ,..,'1v? jl I , H' -. mwl WPYIIIJCQX, , f' ' 'l " ,N h' ' I I Q II w W J i o V0 i xo"":::0'e ,ps 3 Aoi e we QZSQS get Hating Ffng 135 gag 90" "Oops, sorry old man! But we'Il keep you from af' catching it by fair means or foul, and we'lI celebrate victory whether we win or not," said C. U. to D. U. WT ' .09 Q . fi Ind' 'i. HM W9 ,. uf on he "ww is u ii W qw' , K W ,. WX, ,,,WA,g J 5 Agri ,wWM,yQ,1 W WWJ g X, W way, - nn ., 4 ,M vm' . fy qv' xg., -qv WY A wngaifkuh f , Y-W+Q'Ww.i4, I if "T, M? ' 5 I ' M ' K wif mi A e H W -,N --'av A ' ' 'H vw yu an ,,n. wa " 'f ' X 4 of-cf' ,W"'A , ,Wm Aww Q! rm'-'di'i':QriX',,," of 4 'W if ,y 0 X - LW wbywl. ', ' " 'iiff' M' X' , n , WAWAMM. 'Wi ,-M +,,:,.,, .1 an yew Q W' wLJ"'X?'f,'l ' . . X W V K agwf-Wi uf 5 ' 5 ' 3 ' fly' h N 4 S iwwk i nh 'NX' N L ye0oh.q1e6 vlaf, N who 0 Khe S lflluve exeie x 0 cw' ' , x . 9193 Ao . -I ko stil' 5 eva' - ya. eiiqrzn the he bb I 6 f . - Qi W h-imxw,..,., X W X, V MPN . in -, fv- -,1 . ,A 'Y"!"- . . - X . N: ..,, WW X . ,., . H 'w ' W 'wa - "W My K X , . Y-af -. ,, X,,, , lf V I HM? Mr M , W! 1 , ul .vfz4 l a wi P ll Wxwi .am 4, .f.-fry, ., xg F MQ' i' a-New a.gW3'M'9fj, W w W www. 'Yu ,Mm .Q lu Q u n u 1 3 ' V v mx , .JA M ' Hall in his third ear of varsit ball missed the hole but Y . Y . h A . nes plunged over for the hrst score in the Uta gg ' d G'H rd o ened the hole game. Duncan, lunch, an i o p QZQ BASKETBALL If-,'.???',.v'.L'i.5fL"EZ'i1 ketball, they were wont to throw a live, squealing pig through hoops taken from meacl-barrels. Now, the hyper-thyroicl Pioneers lcallecl "long drinks of meacl"l dispatch onl the skin of that noble beast through steel rings festooneclywith ace. Brawner and Peterson go after Bennion of Utah. BASKETBALL 1941 January 10-Wyoming ...... 34 Denver January 17-Colorado ........ 33 Denver January 21--Wyoming ...... 44 Denver January 25-Utah .............. 37 Denver January 31--Colorado ........ 41 Denver February 7-Utah .............. 50 Denver February 14--Colorado ........ 43 Denver February 15-B. Y. U ........... 34 Denver February 21-B. Y. U ........... 52 Denver February 22-Utah State ...... 44 Denver February 28--Utah State ...... 34 Denver 43 J March 7-Colo. State ...... 50 Denver 27 6 . 1096 , xs 001,31 9009 grain? vitw' Q0 . ag Johnson of .Utah shoots with Pftevlgfznmggg 5 't ng to clear. The batt e ai:iw:::hv1Zlain ended with 23 10'-'li lvl a n h o sli l e We giantys cam e to Denver from the neighboring courts 'lo vie with our yeomen al' basketball. Some looked as high as iavelins and lances, others like the Yew-tree which last in the dooryard bloomed. Our own worthies were also ol immense stature. In the Utah State game Peterson bat- tles for a rebound. CONFERENCE STANDINGS Team Won Losl' Pct. Wyoming ...... ....... l 0 2 .833 Ulah ..............,.. ....... 9 3 .750 Colorado ........,.... ....... 7 5 .583 Brigham Young ................ 6 6 .500 Denver ..................,......... 4 8 .333 Colorado State .........,.... 4 8 .333 Utah Slate ........... .,...... 2 l0 .lbb 9 96,009 ye" 06.1 00 ga magkgva , afbaio 5 l T he game against Colorado State w " EZLVBLB: :he iittestn brawl with each :gain tim: 9 5 am Y- Here IS a dash for a loose ball, I ' Haul and K tchum Showsflgfkdlnbaskelbau' Cogch 260.5 and don ray the NW" li ,gm The 1941 basketball team: Row one: Bob Ho- gan, George Hall, Ray DuBois, Hoyt Brawner, Dick Barger. Row two: Joe Jackson, Greg Browning, Hal Peterson, Dick Murray, Bob Wil- son. Row three: Ketchum, basketball coach, Moynihan, assistant, Sunday, manager, Staye- ly, freshman coach: and Hubbard, head coach of interschool athletics. I65 Crimson and Gold gi glacliators are vaunted for beef, ancl brawn, and great skill at wrestling which they inherited from the Romans of the Circus Maximus who themselves were taught by that Noblesl' Roman, Grannius Johnsonium. Their biceps were often flexed pro scientia et religione. WRESTLING 1941 3 . rlfop :Ying 'l Own I 0Ys are sh rrlble.u he'r .6616 - ' - 9191 the -' . yleie xx D36'xxepi Y, victlvrg? vldinza 91620365 "l'X"3 "'Z2i?- 'rfili-Ho' 'l af ' 9 501' l w'?s1:1n1o. lagiknson. 901 Jan. 17-Mines ....... .......... 2 1 Denver Jan. 25-Wyoming ...... ........ 6 Denver Feb. 1-Colorado Univ ......... 13 Denver Feb. 15-Colorado State Col- lege of Education..18 Denver Feb 18-Colorado State ........ 11 Denver Feb. 22-Conference Meet These views taken in the gym annex show the wrestling team in action. Upper: Harvat anal Heggenberger. Middle: Gebovh BUYTUW' Lowe" Ames and Nyswander. Above: Harvat and Bur- 11 2?q,,a 1011. sd' ea' H Johnson H-:ln 1' me he ma ll-Tigel' was QhI0 ang map wrest11n9 the wwf' Q BY bef'-'We' 'aigoned 3 week ot eG9n6 1 enfve de- The wrestling team: Frank Burton, 121: Fred Houghton, 1657 Jack Ames, 175: Ed Nyswan- der, 155, Bob Heggenberger, 135, Joe Harvat, 128: Warren Johnson, 1455 Ed Northway, 155: Howard Gebow, 165. I67 We BASEBALL l'iaii1'e+'iibZZELTimSgZiZfl composed of nine young men, was more easily struck out by a steak than a soup-bone. Playing on, not for a diamond, they stole bases with abandon and upheld the royal prestige by both fair and foul means. a satettel 'Mech B teh bv Co? All-confefcii vgs hifi-:v6'l'e into into 2:5 atter a Moat tiela- BASEBALL' 1941 April 19-Wyoming ............... .......... D enver April 25-Colorado College ,................. Denver April 26-Colorado State ...................... Denver May 3-Colorado University .............. Denver May 9-Wyoming ............................ Denver May 10-Wyoming ............................ Denver May 13-Colorado University .............. Denver May 17-Colorado State ...................... Denver May 19-California ............................ Denver May 27-Colorado University .............. Denver i'i'lW i :I '- .1 l gi- sm U Gr f -'Y sc Ol' Denver. Ored 'I sooa :JW U U M05 SN lun , K wax sxa as Qylfno ' . 2 s . X1 '!4aXs"'lwrK"'es :l5"m9 gms" ,gem ,, to ' A- 5, W, lea 'levee ,rf--e U, . i s Veteran Dan Conwell .drove a clean Texas- leaguer over shortstop in the pre-season game against Mines. W M. ., ' ' , Mg: .0 V- , - an ,, , ,,.w-W4 W' 'W -5-V151 aftfl vthe 9 bag bo15a enxtff Fsilsgllxsgeriouilsills Y uk' llrgloftew Me take l3T etsame in mv- lx.:w-44.'f fr t V fa 'H QW: ,.',,-ww A M. W . , WH. pw . wr ,ut',w'v.' B f .i .- Q , , W. ' The 'l94'l baseball team: Row one: Hank Wal- smith, fielder: Lloyd Eskildson, second base: Pete Samac, third base: bat boy: Bill Gray, third base: Milton Hoffman, fielder: Bob Wilson, fielder. Row two: Morgan Tiller, assistant coach: Bill Konopka, fielder: Bob Justman, shortstop: Bob Halford, pitcher: Lou Liley, fielder: Dave Garland, pitcher: Bob Gifford, catcher: Tim Moynihan, coach. Row three: Dan Conwell, first base: Ernest Elzi, pitcher: Don Carlson, fielder: Cecil Scheffel, catcher: George Hall, pitcher: Bob Grant, pitcher. '69 9' 'leam's code requires that a stout lcnave must run as last as a hound and iump like a hare, or it needs be 'lo fly like a falcon. ln the field he must throw segments ol cast iron twice the length ol a pilcestati. B09 the bam rs 6 White rollii qiif' lhioxsixes gli Dev . UN! 9olem::',,eighbo0l'9 a93 TRACK 19441 April 12--Colorado State ....... April 26--Colorado Relays May 3-Mines .................................. Denver Colorado State College of Education May 11--Division Meet ........ Denver K May 23--Conference Meet L May 24--Conference Meet l Up lr Dantz.: 'Ve' with Arr alla is w'lZi.i-av' 500' got 0 6 va W-re'irY3la:'i2or " ko Q K s ge 6 Ao wo 'Xen 1126. We 9 Estlow, Denver's ace lrurdler, straddled the fence in an'early meet against Colorado Aggies. MF LM 4 l. afta 'th D tea yordantxg 5ts0"::gA1 Hack will bv' cage v4 X , sk' ah!! ha' . 03600 ofgt6Vl ae'e"m envefss in f I- My , WW , ,l,,,,,w 'M I , I ., VW, ,M ,, ,, w wa, . swf- , , w . k 1' 1 W f - A J 8' , I, The 1941 track team: Row one: Warren Reed, sprints, Bob Frates, sprints, Baird Whitaker, mile, Jack Brenimer, broad jump. Row two: Bob Smith, broad iump, Don Morton, broad iump, Harro Mil- ler, iavelin, Bob Blackman, dashes.. Row three: Timon Walther, distance, Francis Bonomo, dis- tance, Andy Gunning, distances, Eddie Haynes, coach, Bill Roche, dashes. Row four: Harry Shade, hammer, Clifford White, high jump, Art Danyew, pole vault, Dick Murray, iavelin, Ed Est- low, hurdles, Chet Thompson, weights. I 7I 4 f in .. ...w,, .-.1 1 f . . pi- :H i l .ll f E,1ly Qj'l H l f, , H "W M' 'H' MSU, .-" .Az ,YV 1,3 squad employ ed their time- gh honored rackeizs in coercing 9 points from the enem . These courtly Esquires 'Found love where they sought it east, and not one was ever accused of having an ace up his sleeve. Grace, artistry and divoiry were preferred 'io brute strength and exhibitionism. -I ea'-iow- rl-we and W Domi W it rs- Va? ketee 35 ve' 5 ' 1 1 May 17 TENNIS 1941 April 12-Colorado College .................. Denver April 19-Colorado State College of Education ...................... Denver April 26-Colorado State ...................... Denver May 3-Wyoming ............................ Denver May 10-Colorado University .............. Denver May 16-Division Meet -Division Meet B11 J Jlnnsgzfs and Bob if-9"" notrbixxw a . ptahon Ytangw Dave McWilliams and C036 h Lewis. leam is made of leisure-loving Esquires W9 wl1ose cuslom il' is lo pursue a small while pellel-, no larger 'll1an lhe e eball of a slag, over dell and down vale. Upon lhis quesl, l e villain "Par" is aH'aclced wilh a variely of clubs. GOLF-l94l April 25-Universily of Colorado .... Denver Universily of New Mexico April 26-Colorado College ............ Denver ' .......... Denver May I0-Colorado Universiry ...,.... Denver May l7-Colorado Universify ........ Denver Colorado College May 23-Conference Meel May 24-Conference Meel' May 3-Mines ...............,.... Will it be a hook or a slice? 3 b chgmgogahz defer' fd Dunn and Die 'f Willie O'Dorisi0 and Eiatxilell wilson' hlsoh. l 7 3 pmewnmnus n1'iu.n'r1r:ns h of McFadden s Fanlasy, is a framing ground lor a l e a p ase Dianas of the Hunt. Rilling, lnc. teaches 'fhe maidens grace and skill: with charm inherent, l'hey pursue each eligible young lc lh are few who emulale Alalanla. swain and, mar you, ere with eh Posgs 1- .rr w'i"::22i's feraziiie Ninn? 'ne' ok t 0 Mayer. thivigiit. leannelle n fr esltmen' WOMEN'S SPORTS Hoclfell Swimmin Te"'n'5 Volleybai Afchfafv Baseball Badrnmlon Basketball Bowling Track Horseback Riding Golf They I I " ' Cant 1, UVB, but fhey,uef:yPav- yxyy N me gge 9' ,Xl 8 91016 Wei ooa KS, af' - Xx 9 is Q91 SXASLQQ an Freshman girls suffer for their ,,v.e health in executing a difficult calis- oyef-" thenic exercise. Neither McFadden nor Rilling could find exception in the form displayed here. h . HHN M 1-, v ,um n-uvmmuwmwvfh-Hnww2wfNM4 'C' 'w '13Q3MiWMWW ' L ml ,- L". rf, Qc. iw 1 A ,Wh INTERFRATERNITY Council rules 'I'o serve ihe elective Greek men of all provinces and to aemliorate dissension within 'I'heir selective ranks. Wi'I'h no comment cluring the year of the perennial promise of an ex+ravagan'l' lnierfraternify Dance, anoiher social season closed wi+hou+ 'rhai' culminating event Shipwreck dances such as this one given by the Betas are typical ofthe novelty dances given by each fraternity. This birdseye view shows the homes of some of the fraternities on the campus. I78 Bob Morris Harry Durham Kappa Sigma Sigma Phi Epsilon Dan Kellogg Roy Pring Beta Theta Pi Lambda Chi Alpha w Larry Toburen James Miles Pi Kappa Alpha Sigma Alpha Epsilon Howard Suskin Ben Fried Tau Epsilon Phi Phi Sigma Delta I79 l SENIOR PRNHELLENIG gd' bt 1 6' 6 li -e-- Row one: l.. Allen, M. Allen, M. Allen, Berg, Carpenter-Row two: Davies, Dernmer, Finnie, Gibson, Heller-Row three: Hunt, Loeptien, McCrone, Mclntosh-Row lour: Netherton, Ostruln, Patch, Rosenthal, Rothstein--Row live: Saferstein, Smith, Stanlield, Taylor, Villano. OFFICERS Louise Netherton Marian Allen Frances Davies Joan Demrner l'Illl.lNlIlL MEMBERS Alpha Gamma Delta - Ruth Mclntoall Marian Allen Alpha Xl Delta Frances Davies Marlorie Hunt Delta PM Epsilon Moss Heller Betty Lou Rosenthal Delta Zeta Martha Ostrum Patsy Patch A Gamma Phi Beta Louise Netherten Martha Allen Iota Alpha Pi Evelyn Rothstein Geraldine Sstersteln Kappa Delta Doris Finnie L Helen Taylor Phl Chl Theta Bertha Vlllano June Gibson Phi Gamma Nu Margaret McCrone Pl Beta Phl A Mary Lou Stantleld Edna Mae Carpenter Sigma Kappa Elinor Berg Maxine Smith Theta Phi Alpha Joan Demmef Juanita Loepteln 'Theta Upsllon Louise Allen Stray Greeks .lean Charplot Jane Button JUNIUR PANIIELLENIII IIIJUNIIII. MEMBERS Alpha Gamma Delta Barbara McCarty Dorothy Jean Russell Alpha Xi Delta Doris Bock Betty Cochran Delta Phi Epsilon Melba Diamond Bernice Aranott Delta Zeta Virginia Brown Marcella Comnillo Gamma Phi Beta Phyllis Krieder Dorothy Tlemann Iota Alpha Pl Ruth Kortz Pauline Sudalxoff Kappa Delta Dwayne Anderson Jean Reeves Pi Beta Phi Marjorie Land Virginia Miller Sigma Kappa Virginia Fell Dorothy Williams Theta Pi Alpha Adelaine Domenico , Norma Sheds Theta Upsilon ' Georgia Gatscos 1 l is ff' 'G' Y A s A "fi: -A ' ATI . , in H 71 . ' . ijfici ft P 5-isfgfgfgf A. - Q . ,,,,1, . .. .. .,, ,,, . M 9,7 ,. .,, 5. t "L X. NT? V -J:-3 4-wg 'WEQTQQ' "ff , K " ' M Row one: Anderson, Aronoft, Beck, Brown, Cochran-Row two: Comnillo, Diamond, Domenico -Row three: Gatseos, Kortz, Krider-Row four: Land, McCarty, Miller-Row five: Reeves, Russell, Sheda, Tiernann, Williams. OFFICERS Marcia Spaulding Muriel Swayae Charlene Baer Betty Phillips ALPHA GAMMA DELTA " 1" ' 'T "' f' yr , I if gf ,,, ff I J f X! , . fur, MEMBERS Albean, ltris Allen, Marion Baer, Charline Barthel, June Benson, Marlorie Brauer, Virginia Byrne, Maxine Cadle, Etta Mae Christensen, Elouise Decker, Verna Duboft, Florence Dunn, Betty Jean Falligan, Bette Fancher, Jeanne Gaat, June Goodapeed, Betsy Gore, Shirley V Hansen, Betty Hanson, Aliean l-larter, Dorothy Harriman, Nancy Hilderman, Carol Holroyd, Helen Hopkins, Betty Ruth Hopkins, Virginia Johnson, Mariorie Lehl, Jean McCarty, Barbara McCoy, Virginia Mclntosh, Ruth Moe, Dorothy Murtin, Roberta , Nau, Josephine O'Neal, Jean Peregrine, Betty Phillips, Betty Pottle, Mildred Prat, Betty Procter, Jean Ridley, Wanda Russell, Dorothy Jeanne Ruth, Nancy Ann Searbzorough, Jean Schoene, Carol Schroeder, Betty Seldanburg, Lorraine Sheefer, Josephine Shorwell, Margaret Spaulding. Marcia Swayae, Ethel Swayze, Muriel Waggener, Sylrll Walters, Barbara White, Delilah White, Mildred Wurtl, Annabelle 1' 1 in 3 5 lv T T llow one: Albean, Allen, Baer, Barthel, Benson, Brauer, Byrne, Cadle--Row two: Christenson, Decker, Duboft, Dunn, Falligan, Fancher, Gast, Gore--Row three: Hansen, Hanson, Harter, Herrirnan, Hilderrnan, Holroyd-Row tour: B. Hopkins, V. Hopkins, Lehl, Johnson, McCarty--Row tive: McCoy, Muffin, Nau, O'Neal--Row six: Peregrine, Phillips, Pottle, Pratt, Procter, Ridley-Row seven: Russell, Ruth, Scarborough, Schoene, Schroeder, SKicurLbergwShaetter, Shotwell-Row eight: Spaulding, E. Swayze, M. Swayze, Waggoner, Walters, D. White, . ite, urtl. A I83 OFFICERS Norman Spear Darwin Emery Clem Collins Harry Theander ALPHA IHLPPA PSI MEMBERS N Andrews, Leslie Andrist, George Bate, Robert Beattie, Ed Beyer, Vernon Bolster, Elwood Cheney, Melvin Clitt, Harold Collins, Clem I Curtis, Schuyler Eastlund, Raymond Ebert, Charles Ekblad, Kenneth Eckerdt, Albert Ellsworth, Louis Emry, Darwin Fisher, Max Foster, John Frazier, Thomas Gildea, John Ginn, Ralph Hart, Robert Hayden, Leon House, Phil Huskinson, Edward Heaton, Dave Justman, Robert Lester, Robert Link, Joe Mehr, Orville McCaddon, George Miller, Al Miller, Dan Mintener, Royce Morton, Leo Nelson, Roger Olander, Herman Patterson, Robert Peel, Don Pennington, Darrell Peters, Robert Potter, Henry Puckett, Jack Schott, Robert Scott, John Scott, Vernon Schroyer, Franklin Smith, Maurice Spear, Norman Theander, Harry Torpy, Charles Urich, George Vivian, Charles Wilcox, Richard Willbanks, Edward Woodson, James G3 av- Row one: Andrews, Bate, Beyer, Bolster, Cheney, Cliff, Collins-Row two: Curtis, Eastlund, Ebert, Eckerdt, Ekblad, Emry, Fisher--Row three: Foster, Frazier, Ginn, Hayden, House, Huskinson, Heaton-Row tour: Justman, Link, Mahr, Lester, Morton, D. Miller, A. Miller-Row five: Nelson, Olander, Patterson, Peel, Pennington, Peters, Potter --Row six: Puckett, Schott, Smith, Shroyer, Spear, Theander, Wilcox-Row seven: Vivian, Willbanks, Woodson. l85 ALPHA. ID rriv ,4-QQMUWF' ff.,-, Q. 1, rr W w rem,-aw , :-ww, 1 W ,wav-13 , K. OFFICERS Cecil Cox Beatrice Noble June Epperson Adelaide Baldwin ELTA MEMBERS Alberg, Helen Baldwin, Adelaide Beck, Doris Bidwell, Evelyn Brainerd, Betty Calkins, Mary Jean Carlisle, Virginia Clark, Betty Jean Cochran, Betty Cole, Katherine Cox, Cecil Crain, Madelyn Croghan, Floramae Davies, Frances Davis, Betty Epler, Mary Epperson, June Foster, Dorothy Gaerttner, Gertrude Gow, Betty Breen, Carolyn Hollingsworth, Ruth Hunt, Mariorie Jones, Dorothy Lois Koontz, Doris Lee, Alice Lindneux, Marcella Logan, Shirley Love, Betty Marelius, Esther Nielsen, Barbara Noble, Beatrice Rishel, Marguerite Simmer, Mary Louise 1 1 T -Ar Row one: Alberg, Baldwin, Beck, Bidwell, Brainard, Calkins--Row two: Carlisle, Clark, Cochran, Cole, Cox, Crain -Row three: Croghan, Davies, Davis, Epler-Row tour: Epperson, Foster, Gaerttner, Gow--Row tive: Green, Hollingsworth, Hunt, Jones, Koontz, Lee-Row six: Lindeux, Logan, Marelius, Nielsen, Noble, Simmer. I87 BETA THET 7 OFFICERS Daniel Kellogg William Ballard Harold Agnew Jack Cedarblade P Ballard, William Beazley, Tyson Bennett, Jack Bergren, Paul Blackman, Robert Bown, Oliver Can, Walter Davis, William Dolberg, Charles Downar, Richard Eskridge, Tom Gould, Whitney Hall, George Hogan, Robert Howes, George Hughart, Duane Hyer, William Jackson, Joe Johnson, Roy Johnston, McClain Jones, William Kellogg, Daniel Kerr, David Koskott, Stan Krueger, Douglas Kunz, Donald Lauterbach, Robert Lennieheck, Edward Mahoney, Fred Mahoney, Lew Mann, Robert Mayer, John Mikesell, Fred Muller, William Ogier, Eugene Outwater, Stan Punshon, Chandler Robinson, Norvall Schorr, Bernard Stevens, Robert Stiles, Frank Strieby, Robert Swartz, John Thomson, Frank Tilly, Jim Twombly, George Twornbly, Jack Upton, Ernest Wagner, Joe Weick, Frank West, William Wilkenson, Jack Wilson, Eugene Winkler, Husted MEMBERS I 1 G2 Row one: Ballard, Beazley, Bennet, Bergven, Bown, Dolberg, Downar-Row two: Eskriclge, Gould, Hall, Howes, Hughart, Hyer, Jackson-Row three: Johnston, Jones, Kellogg, Kerr, Koskott, Kruerger, Kun:--Row four: Lautor- bach, Lenicheck, F. Mahoney, L. Mahoney, Mayer, Mikesell, Muller-Row tivo: Ogier, Outwater, Punshon, Robison, Schorr, Stevens, Strieby-Row six: Swartz, Thompson, Tilly, G. Twombly, J. Twombly, Upton, Wagner-Row seven: Weick, West, Wilson, Winkler. I 89 X n K- , I X I DELTA PHI EP . 1 vw f -. l r - V X M , . U ,I I N 1 i , .,, , -"Nts, .f " ,.1' Y ' I x X X. i V Q . , s. Y . V . l OFFICERS Frances Schwartz Betty Lou Golin Gall Melnlck Florence Lustlg SILDN MEMBERS Beck, Betty Bloom, Edith Brier, Rosalie Cohen, Esther Diamond, Melba Dinner, Marguerite Dveirin, Helen Frosh, Beulah Golin, Betty Lou l-leller, Mona Huttner, Ruth Lowenthal, Kata Lustig, Florence Mathless, Norma Jean Melnick, Gail Okner, Miriam Rosenthal, Betty Lou Sattil, Thelma Saliman, Eleanor Schwartz, Frances Shraiberg, Ethel ' Silverman, Elaine Sheftel, Shirley Steinberg, Bernadine le. 'E' If 1- W0 'E 'Quo' fl C""' Cl 'E' Row one: Beck, Bloom, Cohen, Diamond, Dinner--Row two: Dveirin, Golin, Heller, Huttner--Row three: Lowen- thal, Mathless, Melnick--Row four: Okner, Rosenthal, Sattil, Saliman--Row tive: Schwartz, Shraiberg, Silverman, Sheftel, Steinberg. I 9 I DEL OFFICERS Glenn Asbury David Cross Allen Gieslor John Merry TA SIGMA MEMBERS Asbury, Glenn Ashe, Charles Azar, Zackary Bader, Ross Beatty, Edward Brosnohan, Frank B+'- X if l ...av-A Bullis, Milton Cowan, L. M. Cross, David Dolan, Louis Duttner, Lowell Gagnon, Jordon Giesler, Allen Gorton, Ralph Grant, William -Hamilton, Harley Hilbert, William Macaron, Fred Mannix, Frank Merry, John Miller, Charles Mortensen, Merle Reagan, Duane Roberts, l-li Rockford, George Sandberg, Richard Saunders, Robert Slerrlan, Ted Tasker, Walter Townley, Tom Walker, William Woodford, .lack gg. Row one: Asbury, Azar, Bader, Beatty, Cowan, Cross-Row two: Dolan, Duffner, Gagnon, Giesler, Gorton, Grant- Row three: Hilbert, Macron, Mannix, Merry, Miller, Mortensen-Row four: Reagan, Roberts, Rockford, Sandburg, Seaman--Row five: Tasker, Townley-Row six: Walker, Woodford. l93 DELTA ZE I 4 'V , L' 1 P OFFICERS Helen Dexter Erma Frohlick Minnie Randleman Patricia Patch TA MEMBERS Bowles, Virginia Brown, Virginia Buirgy, Mary Louise Comnillo, Marcella Dexter, Helen Fretz, Audrey Frohlick, Erma Kehoe, Amy Ostrum, Martha Patch, Patricia Randleman, Minnie Shatter, Ednamae Votaw, Alta Wales, Nadene Whowell, Eleanor 6' l Wim -'V 7"'X wr 'T :Wav vu' 'Y' 'Sv- U- 'Ai '49 ehoe-Row three: Ostrum, Patch, Row one- Bowles, Brown, Buirgy, Comnillo-Row two: Dexter, Frohlick, K Randlemgn-Row tour: Shatter, Votaw, Wales, Whowell. 195 OFFICERS ' Elizabeth Mullare Audrey Mae Schoene Louise Netherton Vera Vessey GAMMA Pill BETA MEMBERS Allen, Dorothy Allen, Martha Brinkhaus, Mary K. Anita ' Brown, Brown, Diva rclunan, Kathleen dd, Elizabeth arles, Esther wcke, Marion mine, Beverly ane, Barbara 'essman, Ruth 'Mlm Pussy ullen, Kathleen lslgn, Barbara rickson, Virginia wers, Marilyn lrittin, Frances larrington, Virginia lenderaon, Margaret lenry, Frances leper, Eleanor -less, Violet Hicks, Jane Kliss, Beth Krider, Phyllis Lancaster, Billie Leist, Janet Lewis, Marilyn Jean Linder, Marcia Littrell, Shirley Messenger, Helen Meyers, Charlotte Miles, Virginia Moore, Ruth Morse, Calvins Morton, Jane Mullare, Elisabeth Musick, Patricia Nellis, Louise Netherten, Louise Qualls, Virginia Reynolds, Jane Rhoads, Marcetta Robinson, Dorothy Rose, Betty Ryan, Shirley Sanderson, Florence Schoene, Audrey Mae Teirnann, Dorothy Turtle, Peggy Vessey, Vera -' Watson, Mary Elisabeth White, Ann , White, Jean r Winchell, Elizabeth Withers, Frances Yearnans, Vanita Yeung, Peggy ,fri-9.-,, ,.,,?,. A. h ' 'TW -I Aw-, ., , , in 'V "V Q 'H -04 3 3 1 Row one: D. Allen, M. Allen, Brinkhaus, A. Brown, D. Brown, Bruckman, Budd, Charles-Row two: Cocke, Conine, Crane, Cressman, Crosby, Cullen, Erickson, Ewers--Row three: Grittin, Harrington, Henderson, Henry, Heper, Hess --Row four: Hicks, Kliss, Krider, Lancaster, Leist--Row tive: Lewis, Linder, Littrell, Messenger, Miles-Row six: Moore, Morse, Morton, Mullare, Musick-Row seven: Nellis, Netherton, Qualls, Reynolds, Rhoads, Robinson, Rose, Sanderson-Row eight: Tieman, Turtle, Vessey, Watson, Winchell, Withers, Yeamans, Young. I97 OFFICERS Marsha Axler Ruth Pcrlrnutter Pauline Berkins Shirley Brenhard HA Pl MEMBERS Axler, Marshe Barmatz, Ruth Bell, Beatrice Berkins, Pauline Bolshoun, Shirley Brenhard, Shirley Folsom, Shirley Kaplan, Maxine Kortz, Ruth Milstein, Harriet Newman, Shirley Perlmutter, Ruth Rosenstein, Audrey Rothstein, Evelyn Saferstein, Geraldine Saliman, Shirley Schreiber, Evelyn Seiten, Ruby Uehill, Hilda ' i T' 4"""5t Hi .flfifvrf ,- rift Q' M .QAM .6 FW' 'Uk Q9 5. R I Z f -si" xr, 'Nr' QUY 'fbi vu' 'fill 475 Brenhard, Kaplan-Row three: Kortz, Newman, A I r Barmatz Bell Berkins--Row two: Bolshoun, Row one: x e , , , Perlmutter-Row four: Rosenstein, Rothstein, Saferstein, Saliman. I99 HAPPA DE Q' Wm OFFICERS Beverley Jackson Betty McKelvey Virginia Rolling: Kathryn Ringsted MEMBERS Anderson, Dwayne Avis, Emeline V Balent, Ann Barngrover, Ellowene Beecham, Helen Berggren, Phyllis Bianchi, Dorothy Bixby, Josephine Brennan, Amber Bangor, Mariorie Cahoon, Barbara Capps, Lorraine. Collins, Virginia Conley, Shirley Cook, Caroline Currigan, Marian Dolan, Jean Easterwood, Anne Ek, Beverly Feddersen, Margaret Finnie, Doris Fitzgerald, Mary Je Gibson, June Greene, Betty Haak, Lillian Harper, Mary Lee I-larwig, Doris Haynes, Dorothy Haynes, Virginia Heggern, Dorothy Huff, Hope Alyce Hughes, Betyiune Jackson, Beverly James, Betty Lou King, Patrice Lewis, Mary Life, Ann Lininger, Barbara Lininger, Virginia McCarthy, Betty McElin, Helen McKelvey, Betty Mckeynolds, Mabelle Miller, Mariorie Millenslfer, Charlotte Morris, Dorothy . Murray, Augusta Nelson, Lois Potter, Patricia Reeves, Jean Rhoads, Harriet , Ringsted, Kathryn Robinson, Betty Jane Rollings, Virginia Smith, Barbara Steele, Altreda Stoker, Margaret Stromberg, Adele P A Taylor, Helen Truehesrt, Eddie Je Waters, Dorothy r ,West, Kay 4 White, Frances Wilson, Avis A Wykert, Shirley N '- K lb' f'7 'I 'T W tv Row one: Anderson, Avis, Balent, Barngrover, Beacham, Berggren, Bianchi, Bixby--Row two: Brennan, Bunger Cahoon, Capps, Collins, Conley, Cook, Currigan--Row three: Dolan, Easterwood, Ek, Fedderson, Finnie, Fitzgerald Gibson, Greene-Row four: Haak, Harper, Harwig, D. Haynes, V. Haynes, Heggem, Huff, Hughes--Row tive Jackson, James, King, Lewis, Lite, B. Lininger, V. Lininger, McCarthy--Row six: McElin, Mclielvey, Mckeynolcls Miller, Millensiter, Morris, Murray, Nelson-Row seven: Potter, Reeves, Rhoads, Ringstead, Rollings, Smith, Steele Stoker-Row eight: Stromberg, Taylor, Truehart, Waters, West, White, Wilson, Wykert. 20I I KAPPA Sl OFFICERS Robert Morris Hoyt Brawner Durey Ranck Harry Shade GMA MEMBERS Adams, William Anderson, William Asbury, Glenn Barger, Dick Beier, Robert Brawner, Hoyt Brenimier, Jack Brenimier, Robert Buck, Max Burch, Ed Capstick, Jack Chamberlain, Jack Clark, Stuart Craig, Bernard Cristman, Jim Desserich, Emile DeTemple, Carl Duncan, Mark Eaker, Ted Edwards, William Estlow, Ed Evans, Charles French, Warren Frenzel, Robert Gibson, Jack Gifford, Robert Good, Gilbert Hoover, Ed Jacobs, Robert Kirkpatrick, Jack Lewis, John Liley, Lou Macaluso, James Maclear, Jack Martz, George Maxwell, Bert McKeever, James McWilliams, Dave McWilliams, Ed McWilliams, Robert Moore, Frank Morris, Robert Norton, Carl Peterson, Harold Piccinati, Jay Plunkett, Robert Proctor, Charles Riedel, William Roche, William Saunders, Roy Shade, Harry Stannard, Burke Sunday, Mark Thompson, Chet Vaupel, Harry Whitataker, Baird Wright, Robert V 4:1 .ts 1 'ilu Q61 Row one: Anderson, Asbury, Barger, Beier, Brenirnier, Brenimier, Brawner-Row two: Buck, Burch, Capstick, Chamberlain, Clark, Desserich, Eaker-Row three: Edwards, Evans, Estlow, French, Frenzel, Gibson, Gifford--Row four: Good, Hoover, Jacobs, Kirkpatrick, Lewis, Liley, Macaluso-Row five: Maxwell, McKeever, D. McWilliams, E. McWilliams, Moore, Morris-Row six: Norton, Piccinati, Plunkett, Proctor, Ranck, Riedel, Roche-Row seven: Shade, Stannard, Thompson, Vaupel, Whitaker. 203 S OFFICERS Roy Pring Robert Robbins Donald Morton Horner Wlsitacre MEMBERS LAMBDA CHI ALPHA 1 1 I r S 'Q .L X A XI' l A IRB, X .J 4 ,xr Baker, oy Beatty, Eugene Buckler, George Conant, Kenneth Canine, Ted Daniels, Walter Detrict, Jack Draper, Melvin Dubois, Ray Enarson, Joseph Heider, Walter Holmberg, Dewey Hoover, Albert Jernigan, Homer Kennelly, Frank Keys, Lynn Miller, Harry Moleen, George Morton, Donald Pring, Roy Robbins, Robert Wllitacre, Horner Row one: Baker, Buckler, Conant, Daniels, Derrick-Row two: Draper, Dubois, Enarson, Heider, Holrnberg--Row three: Hoover, Jernigan, Kennelly, Keys, Miller-Row four: Moleen, Morton-Row tive: Robbins, Whitacre. 205 uf :V rf, "wif"-"'a" 1 1 3553522 in a AQ. PM i, f . Pl-ll CHI Tl-I 64, D D 6'P L , v."'azJ. OFFICERS Beatrice Horner Ruth Slite Marie Vallero Ethel Sager ETA MEMBERS Abbott, Lorna Anthony, Shirley Covillo, Eileen Cramrn, Catherine Davenport, Isabelle Davoren, Joan Dix, Dorothy Dunwoody, Dorothy Ek, Beverly Epperson, June Ernst, Lilen Gibson, June Hockenberry, Arlene Horne, Thelma Horner, Beatrice Householder, Mae Husband, Margaret Kinney, Bonnie London, Virginia McDanal, Ethel McKelvie, Aloise McKibben, Mildred Onstott, Esther Robeson, Mae Sager, Ethel Sailsbery, Frances Schoggen, Rosalyn Schroeder, Alice . Severance, Mabel Slite, Ruth Stan, Dorothy Thompson, Marilyn Vallero, Marie Villano, Bertha Wardell, Josephine - uv ff. 9 in Qu! 9' C' 5 .Ab i ft -4+ 5 C7 f fv- , Q VV." 5 He' ' ' . '71 ,-. 1? fi '3 fi 1 '36-' 94. ,, ,Q ,V Q..-' V1 L. 3 , 3 af' MQ- 'f' 3 A' .r Row one- Abbott, Anthony, Cramm Covillo, Davenport, Davoren-Row two: Dunwoody Ek, Epperson, Ernst Gibson-how three: Hockenbery, Horne, Horner, Householder-Row four: Husband, Kinney, London, McDanal-L Row tive: McKelvie, Robeson, Sager, Sailsbery, Schoggen-Row six: Schroeder, Severance, Thompson, Vallero Villano, Wardell. ' 207 PHI GAMMA OFFICERS Dorothy Rylander Carolyn Erickson Maxine Murnan Ruth Jobush Nll MEMBERS Allen, Leanna Bishop, Kay Black, Ruth Broman, Leota Buchanan, Phyllis Christensen, Elaine Cook, Betty Lou Coyte, Mabel Cronan, Virginia Erickson, Carolyn Garihan, Nan A Gatheridge, Florence Griffin, Anna Marie Harris, Theda Harwig, Doris Helphinstine, Ruth Hubbard, Shirley Jobush, Ruth Johannsen, Marcella Kliss, Beth Ann Lindsay, Lorraine Magnuson, Alice Marrs, Marian McConaty, Betty McCrone, Margaret Mercier, Mary Miller, Patricia Miller, Suzanne Murnan, Maxine Naylor, Margaret Olsen, Lillie Poulos, Fatina Price, Betty Jean Roberts, Esther Roediger, Margaret Rylander, Dorothy Scherer, Betty Stephens, Margery Stoll, Virginia Walden, Anne Watt, Betty Anne Weddell, Ethel May Weimer, Erma Wogrin, Frances Row one: Black, Roman, Buchanan, Christensen, Cook, Coyote-Row two: Cronan, Garihan, Gatheridge, Harwig, Hubbard, Johannsen--Row three: Kliss, Lindsey, McCrone, Magnuson, Mans--Row tour: Mercier, P. Miller, S. Miller, Naylor, Olsen, Poulos--Row tive:.Price, Roberts, Roediger, Rylander, Scherer, Stephens--Row six Stoll, Walden, Waters, Weddell, Weimer Wogrlll- 209 PHI SIGMA D if I rf ' l 4 'l-ff"-i N A il FQ? OFFICERS Beniamin Fried Abe Bernstein Arthur Siegal Edward lsaaeman ELTA MEMBERS Allen, Harry Alterman, Leonard Berenbeim, Leonard Bernstein, Abe Birnbaum, Ely Coggan, Hyman Davidson, Raymond Davis, Harold Feld, Nathan Feldman, Herman Fieman, Edward Fried, Beniamin Ginsberg, Jerome Gold, Lester Goldfogel, Leon Goldman, Norman Goldstein, Jerome lsaacman, Edward Jackson, Theodore Katz, Stanley Kippur, Irving Klausner, Aaron Lerner, Belden Levine, Gerald Linkow, Edward Lutz, Irving Pepper, lra Pieter, Lionel Revis, George Rosonstein, Alvin Rudolph, Robert Sehechtel, Howard Siegal, Arthur Silverberg, Leonard Silverman, Jack Werthan, Eugene Zenick, Joseph G G ai a for 5 F af 9' Q ,anv- V a sig, Row one: Bernstein, Davidson, Davis, Feld, Fried-Row two: Ginsberg, Gold, Goldman, Goldstein, lsaacman--Row three: Jackson, Katz, Kipper, Klausner, Linkow-Row four: Pepper, Rosenstein, Rudolph, Schechtel, Siegal--Row five: Silverberg, Silverman, Zellkk- 2ll 1 OFFICERS Mildred Bailey Harryet Bell Nancy Morgan Mariory Walker Pl BETA PIII MEMBERS Acre, Lois Bailey, Mildred Bainter, Daphne Ball, Marion Barret, Barbara ull, Harryet under, Catherine asser, Jane wack, Ruth adkin, Loreta rooks, Betty rown, Betty Lou rarpenter, Edna Mae Larter, Beverly Cassidy, Rosemary Zharnbers, Nan lanks, Fern Dieter, Maribel Dunklee, Patricia Eaton, Patricia Ensign, Eunice Essig, Mildred Funk, Frances Gifford, Jean Harris, Jean Held, Marian Hickey, Frances Hickey, Peggy Hiester, Eileen Howard, Rose James, Eleanor Johnson, Mariorie King, Mary Grace Klntzele, Martha Knorr, Jean Land, Mariorie Lockwood, Margaret Martin, Mildred Jean McCammon, Marcia McCammon, Virginia McConaty, Mary McNutt, Betty Miller, Virginia Morgan, Nancy Nelson, Peggy Patch, Georgie Bell Peterson, Patricia Roberts, Esther Roberts, Ray Robertson, Blanche Roediger, Margaret Roltes, Lorraine Sargent, Virginia Scott, Mariorie Scott, Peggy Shea, Carroll Shepherd, Shirley Sheridan, Dorcas Sheridan, Sally Smith, Louise Snyder, Miriam Snyder, Pearl Stalmann, Marcia Jane Stantield, Mary Lou Stuver, Edna Trevarrow, Dora Lee Tulley, Mary Louise Von Cherrnendy, Clarice Walker, Mariory White, Rosemary T 3 5' 'CY .5 i' 1 or Row one: Acre, Bailey, Bainter, Ball, Barrett, Bell, Bender, Besser-Row two: Black, Botkin, Brooks, Brown Carpenter, Carter, Cassedy, Chambers--Row three: Danks, Dieter, Dunklee, Eaton, Ensign, Essig, Funk, Gifford Row tour: Harris, Held, F. Hickey, P. Hickey, Hiester, Howard, James, Johnson-Row five: King, Knorr, Land Lockwood, Martin, M. McCammon, V. McCammon, McConaty-Row six: McNutt, Miller, Morgan, Nelson, Patch Peterson, E. Roberts, R. Roberts-Row seven: Robertson, Roediger, Roltes, M. Scott, P. Scott, Shea, Shepherd D. Sheridan--Row eight: S. Sheridan, Smith, M. Snyder, P. Snyder, Stalmann, Stantield, Stuver, Treuvorrow Tulley, Von Chermendy, Walker, White. 2l3 ..- I I 1 OFFICERS Larry Toburen George Rochtord Robert Kershner Ray Harris PA ALPHA MEMBERS Barnholt, Richard Bollender, Rodney Brown, Jack Browning, Gregg Buckman, Orville Byers, Robert Carver, Edwin Cope, Harrison Dallison, Sam Downing, Wayne Duncan, Douglas Enochson, Richard Flander, Robert Fluckey, James Garland, David Gorman, William Harris, Ray Hellon, James Johnson, Clyde Johnson, Dwight Johnson, Earl Johnson, Maurice Johnson, O. B. Jolly, William Jurich, Mike Kershner, Robert King, Donald Landrum, James Lynton, Jerry Mansfield, William Miklebost, Stanley Miller, Richard Neher, Eugene Oliver, Thomas Pfau, Alvin Rathburn, Pat Reed, James Riddell, Robert Rochford, George Schmidt, Joseph Seely, James Slay, Marvin Sunderland, Joseph Thurston, Dyce Toburen, Larry Wickham, Donald Wright, Warren pu' QU' 'S' mg Y Row one' Bavnholt, Bolender, Browning, Byers, Cope, Dallison--Row two: Downing, Duncan, Enochson, Flander Fluckey, 'Gorman-Row three: Harris, Hellon, C. Johnson, D. Johnson, E. Johnson, O. Johnson--Row four: Jolly Kershner, King, Landrum, Lynton, Mansfield--Row tive: Miklebost, Miller, Ptau, Rathbun, Riddell, Rochford-L Row six: Slay, Sunderland, Thurston, Wickham, Wright. 2 I 5 SIGMA ALPHA E Clarence Eldridge OFFICERS Foye Trout James Miles Stanley White e SILDN MEMBERS Arnold, Sidney Babcox, Howard Bonorno, Francis Briber, Gary Brownne, Tillman Burk, Richard Butz, Charles Cartwright, Alton Crist, Dale Eldridge, Clarence Fussell, Edward Gillis, Albert Green, Harry Kaanta, Carter Keeler, Robert Lamb, James Mannix, Frank McCarthy, John Mclienney, Robert Mettley, William Miles, James Miller, Harro- Moore, Melvin Olson, Robert Reiterneier, Richard Shilyock, Robert Smith, Robert E. Smith, Robert 0. Stewart, Arvel Taylor, John Tewell, William White, Stanley Wilmore, Kenneth Wilson, John 'S' 1 K i my ,eil ll 'Ng 'EN 1-L" :, .J ' if". J ,I in ' - , li '- if., "15fl?ff', . ' pi' pw ,. r 1 F lg V515 V- , il,i,.. V, -'11, A-4:-..Q f Aw,-. W fr vm- fic, b ,,:, m f? 1,4 , ,myf- nw, T " f ' if 1. 2 -5 Row one: Bonomo, Briber, Brownne, Burk, Butz, Cartwright-Row two: Crist, Eldridge, Fussell, Gillis, Green, Kaanta -Row three: Lamb, Mannix, McCarthy, McKenney, Miles, Miller-Row tour: Olson, Reitemeier, Smith, Stewart, Taylor-Row tive: Tewell, White-Row six: Wilmore, Wilson. 2l7 OFFICERS Naomi Dorner Mariery Stephens Mildred Knauer Mary Hallock PPA MEMBERS Ackerly, Maran Alders, Jane Lee Baker, Shirley Banks, Mary Jean Belcher, Barbara Berg, Elinor Bixby, Lorraine Boerner, Betty Brannan, Betty Brown, Betty Brown, Martha Chandler, Marian Christensen, Elaine Clifford, Jean Cooper, Nedra Covey, Betty Jean Crane, Margaret Culver, Florence Cummings, Joyoua Domer, Esther Jane Domer, Margaret Domer, Naomi Dugdale, Doralea England, Dorothy Fell, Virginia Fitzgerald, Mary Jane Fletcher, Charlotte Grandiean, Hortense Grissom, Shirley Hallock, Mary Haney, Elaine Hull, Evelyn Hutchins, Harriett James, Laura Rose Klatler, Jane Knauer, Mildred Knudaon, Marcella Lee, Virginia Lees, Laverne Lininger, Marcia Lorenzen, Mavis Malloy, Jean Menus, Geraldine Mayer, Jeannette Mayo, Harriette McDanal, Ethel Meyer, Jeannette Mills, Barbara Momberg, Virginia Montgomery, Dorothy Morrow, Wilma Jean Nledrach, Elizabeth Paul, Betty Reilly, Loretta Robertson, Annette Roltes, Jeanne Schaetzel, Jacqueline Scott, Marion Smead, Cophine Smith, Maxine Stephens, Mariery Syler, Betty Tait, Jane Thompson, Virginia Watchell, Irene Williams, Dorothy Witherwax, Elaine Witting, Barbara Y 1 Row one: Ackerly, Baker, Banks, Belcher, Berg, Bixby, Boerner, Brannan-Row two: B. Brown, M. Brown, Chandler, Christensen, Clifford, Cooper, Covey, Crane-Row three: Culver, Cummings, E. Domer, M. Domer, N. Domer, England, Fitzgerald, Fletcher-Row four: Grandiean, Grissom, Hallock, Haney, Hull, Hutchins--Row five: Kistler, Knauer, Knudson, Lee, Lees, Lininger, Lorenzen, Manus-Row six: Mayer, Mayo, McDanal, Meyer, Mills, Monberg, Montgomery, Morrow-Row seven: Niedrach, Paul, Reilly, Robertson, Rolfes, Schaetzel, Scott, Smith-Row eight: Stephens, Syler, Tait, Thompson, Wachell, Williams, Witherwax, Witting. 2I9 OFFICERS Harry Durham Victor McAdams George Brenkert Charles Harvey Sll-UN MEMBERS Ashe, Charles Brenkert, George Calloway, Carl Durham, Harry Easley, Ray Fitzgerald, Clee Grant, Robert Hammond, John Hardin, Tom Harvey, Charles Harvey, Gordon Hunter, Frank Kelly, Fred James, Millard Logan, Don Lugar, Robert Kraft, William McAdams, Victor McCoy, .lack Parker, William Perry, Herb Pitkin, Charles Roberts, George Rugg, Jack Rutherford, Harry Sandburg, Don Sandburg, Richard Starr, Phil Tilsley, Wade Trace, Arthur Walker, William Walla, Walter Wickham, Don ffl 'Ui' T pr- K0 ca ' an 3, 04 x Row une: Ashe, Brenkert, Callaway, Durham, Easley, Fitzgerald-Row two: Grant, Hammond, Hunter, Kelly-Row three: James, Logan, McAdams, McCoy, Parker-Row tour: Perry, Pitkin, Row tive: Rutherford, D. Sandburg, J. Sandburg, Starr--Row sux: Tulsley, Trace, Walker. Walla, p-J Hardin, Harvey Roberts, Riagg- 22l OFFICERS Howard Suslmin Harry Green Sol Flax Marvin Stone TI-Ill EPSILIIIN PHI I1 1 ,f Q , K ,. A .,, I ,I w .- wlyji, 1,1 x W' ', .111 Q gl . 'wi' 'rg Q" fy ' Fr 'gy 5" . ev. ,., ' gx aw.,-qrfg, A K ,ig I , , n, :I ,l if , ffwf .ami ' 61,-'. 'iii Wt- : - ' Q 'I - , I 1 a Nui, ,, .T.:!,i .v I l in pi? H ,A vu- , if lynx.. ,-140,-'.Q'i,-Q-' ' H. ' wQ."f":v- - , , ' ' . rf 5.5.-0 -nil MEMBERS Bobrick, Frank Bograd, Nathan Brenner, Leon Bugdanowitz, Robert Dansky, Jack Davidson, Dan Flax, Sol Forman, Ernie Friedland, Irving Goldberg, Harvey Goldblatt, Sam Green, Harry Hailpern, Ben Hailpern, Jacob Harmelin, Richard Hoffman, Milton Kramish, Morris Langfelder, Norman Levinson, Sam Levitt, Louis Lusky, Sam Manassee, Irving Rashbrun, Reuben Rosenthal, Joseph Shur, Abe Stone, Marvin Suskin, Howard Zeitland, Gene Row one: Bobrick, Brenner, Bugdanowitz, Dansky, Flax-Row two: Forman, Goldberg, Goldblatt, Green, B. Hailpern -Row three: J. Hailpern, Harmelin, Hoffman, Kramish, Langfelder--Row four: Levitt, Lusky, Manassee, Rash- baurn, Stone--Row five: Suskin, Zeitland. 223 OFFICERS Emily Johnson Juanita Loeptien Rosemary Morteld Lucille Marsh THETA PHI ALPHA MEMBERS Demmer, Joan Domenico, Adalaine Gushurst, Mary Theresa Johnson, Emily Lamberty, Mary Ann Loeptien, Juanita Marsh, Lucille Miller, Patricia Miller, Suzanne Morfeld, Rosemary Sheda, Norma Smith, Kathleen Smith, Mary Frances Wolbert, Mary Virginia Ayr aunt- ,. a.5f-wtbfgf -,l '.gfLl,,w' ' , -X in wgynuwmw' , Q . ,M M, Fgwngi. ,,,.,.y, , ,- , AM .' ag, , A ,,. KW fiyfiwf fl 1F'r:.+1?fF4?e7f5Il',f?l1 ' .- . V -R ' gm ,. Q fii,-ffm' 35"A'2lg' 'Q M '5 "1 V fi vw '1 QI, W' 'A-"J, ITT 32.-.'f"3 , ' "Va - 4 - J 1 L Y ' '5 ' 4 ew , ,f ,, f w, 4 . ,, ,mmtwgiti Q . N M , ,i,,oi,+ ,Ai . ,,. ? .0 H ,H , 0 ,2- IN E Row one: Demmer, Domenico, J5hnson, Lamberty Sheda, Smith, Wolbert. .- 'Q' 'Q Row two: Loeptien, P. Miller, S. Miller ..- Row three: Morfeld 225 'C' 19 ., -I VA. ' Ven- Ryfh Stesiensqn Kew I I nm Allen, Drew---low No: Geheos, org M an--Row Ilweez Petenen, Stevenson. orrlcins b V I - Maia Peterson ' , Barbara Spitgmilleg '- Corinne Drew ' 1 MEMBERS' . f ' . Allen, Louise Drevq ,Cofinne . Gaines, Geovgie ' Moigan, Phoebe f , , Peleison., Mania , m jSpinmillem, B31-bare , . Stevenson. Vefe Rqth - Yancey, hang j I l w i 1 n ? ' '.-n ' -" .w YA' E ' I I A' . V ff' 4-H -15 , A ., ,, fl if ' Q .gre k R C" yilfz . fr V!" 'ff' 4 su LF!! lfufi, V D 1 ' A X ' My, l-L 1'5" 4 ' 1 J f . an ua-Q as ' 4-rw Q13 4 SVN '. "xl U '75-R. + 2 bg ' : .4 A if an at :Jnf .- :', vii" f H vw! . V: A N M ' ' + F' ' 4 f - ...ati ff" ' '- N "" ffl? 1 " . , I f W Z 4 .rf ' 1, ,S f K A fh , K .1,-y,,,N- X VJ, , I 'li' 45' wralfv 'VE'1'T"F' -an rm.. - J .id .Q ,.,, -vm., In M YS? 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Grosvenor Plowman Sianley Prisner Durey Ranclc Dorofh Robinson Mrs. Efhel Schuman Elizabeih Schunlc Morrison Shafrofh Shirley Shepherd Walfer Sikes Henry Swan George Twombly PA William Jeffs Eleanor Vasseen Gordon Johns'I'on Anne Wiri' Dr. Abraham Kaplan Mary Virginia Wolberf Q-lj' Wwbefw Gordon Johns'ron .................................... Presiden+ Dr. Edmund Cressman ..... ,,,,,,, V ice Presideni' F MPS. Efllel Schuman .......,. ,,,,,,,,,,,, S ecrefary Fifzhugh Carmichael ....... ......... T reasurer Si . H! 1 UMIGRUN DELTA HAPPH ' Nafional Men's Academic Sociefy Jffwnlefm Harold Agnew John Ames William Ballard Richard Barger Elwood Bolsfer Roloeri' Buell Jack Defrick George Dunklee Ralph Ginn George Hall., , Lewis Kornfeld John Love - Orville Mahr Edward McWilliams Roberf McWilliams Roberf Morris Q James Mosley James Needham William Olson Durey Ranck Leonard Savory Sherman Sufliff Henry Walsmifh Dean C. W. Collins Dr. B. E. Cohn . C. Lewis Herzog Dean J. E. Lawson Raymond Meyer Herrick Roih Dean R. H. WolcoH William F. Wyman M Durey Ranclc ................... .................. P resideni' Elwood Bolsfer ........ ......... V ice Presideni' Dr. B. E. Cohn ............ ............. S ecrefary C. Lewis Herzog ....... .......... T reasurer ., 4r.?' -hu V M U R T A R B U A H D Naiional Women's Academic Sociefy Marion Allen Ka+l'1leen Bruclrman Isabelle Davenpori' Florence Duboff Doris Finnie Marion Fox Mary Hallock Kaihleen Hammeri Elaine Haney Mosa Heller Ruby Henischel Rose Howard Beverly Jaclcson Gwendolyn Lewis if if A nm' ,i iw v 1' ' x Mmlew ch Mary Lewis Lena Lovaio Ru+l1 Mclnioslw Nancy Morgan Elizabeih Niedrach Kaihr n Ringsied Doroiby Robinson Lorraine Rolfes Doro+l'1y Rylander Margarei' Schiller Shirley Slwepercl Mary Lou Sianfield Befiy Syler Annabelle Wurfz Wwbeeo Isabelle Davenpori' ........,.......,.. Presideni Elizabeih Niedrach .....,... Vice Presideni Gwen Hobson Lewis ............... Secreiary Florence Duboff ......................, Treasurer Row one: Alldredge, Ander- son, Bate--Row two: Bain- ter, Cibulka, Detrick-Row three: Durrill, Duston, Foster --Row tour: Francis, French --Row tive: Larson, Loup- Row alx: Norton, Norlander --Row seven: Richardson, Rodgers, Saxton--Row eight: Savory, Schuman, Schwarz- Row nine: Stanley, Wells, Whitaere. OFFICERS Harry Saxton Lester Larson James Rodgers Warren French AMERICAN INSTITUTE III-' f CHEMICAL ENGINEERS National Science Organization MEMBERS Alldredge, Robert Anderson, Leonard Bainter, Robert Bate, Arthur Cibulka, Albert Coyle, Charles Detrick, Jack Deutsch, Mike Durrlll, David Duston, Duane Ellsworth, Arthur Foster, Jack Francis, Gus French, Warren Larson, Lester Loup, Bruce Morton, Donald Norlander, William Richardson, Allan Rodgers, James Saxton, Harry Savory, Leonard Schuman, Robert Schwarz, Cecil Henry Sins, Charles Sievert, Ted Stanley, Maurice Townsend, John Van Westenberg, Herb Way, David Weber, William Wells, Charles Wells, Harold Whitacre, Horner Wilson, Walt OFFICERS John D. Smith Earle Walthers Arthur Siegal AMERICAN INSTITUTE III' ELECTRICAL ENGINEERS National Engineering OFQBNIGHOH MEMBERS Butz, Charles Clark, Wallace Enarson, Joe Galbreath, Donald Gebow, Howard Gill, Michael Hall, George Hellon, James Horton, Theodore H. Laguardia, Clarence Loudon, Jack Martin, John F. Matuska, Joe Muia, Carmine Needles, Jamey Nltta, Roy Schwalb, William R. Siegel, Arthur Smith, John D. Stetson, Alvin Suskin, Howard Trout, Owen B. Upton, Ernest W. Walthers, Earle Willingham, Eugene 11' S Row one: Butz, Enarsong Gallrreath-Row two: Gillf Hall-Row three: Hellqn, Horton'-Row four: La-1 guardia, Loudon-Row tivo: H Martin, Matuska-Row islx: Myuia, Needles--Row' seven: Nitta, Siegel-Row eight: Smith, Suskin, Trout-vkow nine: Upton, Walthers, WiI4 'Y' lingham. ' U 'elv' S 234 ' f -J N 'ff' --757 R "P-gji,M?,-'V' .' - fr, 1, 4' "Q ln -. f., , if ' ', 'Q 1 vm H'-, "' Y j R- If-Li.5'pg:..: V ' ,,. :fr :f'VF17x2a,. -' ,.Mj'mg,A.r', in , , 1 2,-"g,'f'Pf.. 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KM? 14if:ti5.:,r ,fl Q OFFICERS David Dickinson Owen Trout Virginia Hopkins Adelaide Baldwin A L P ll I N U Local Astronomical Honorary MEMBERS Allen, Marian Baldwin, Adelaide Benson, Msriorie Brsdtke, Harold Brown, Diva DeHarport, David Dickinson, David Essterwood, Anne Fletcher, Ruth Guise, Maxine Hollingsworth, Ruth Hopkins, Virginia Hunt, Marlorie Jeffs, William Johnson, Harold Johnson, Warren Lawson, Irene Montgomery, Dorothy Newman, Margaret Nyswander, Edson Peregrine, Betty Randleman, Minnie Schuman, Robert Smith, Louise Trout, Owen Whitlock, Dorothy Jean Yeernans, Vanita .Fu 236 B i N v . .ima ??' wh, Row one: Allen, Baldwin, Benson--Row two: Brown. Dickinson, Easterwood--Row three: Fletcher, Guise-Row four: Hollingsworth, Hopkins -Row five: Hunt, Jetta- Row six: Johnson, Montgom- ery-Row seven: Nyswander, Peregrine--Row eight: Ran- dleman, Schuman, Smith- Rew nine: Trout, Whitlock, Yeamans. Row one: Aekerly, Aero, Bar- rett--Row two: Barthell, Berke-Row three: Brown, Bush--Row four: Dexter, Domenico--Row five: Dunk- IUG. Gow-Row six: Ham- merieh, Hilderman - Row seven: Howard, Longhart- Row eight: King, Mays, 0'Neal--Row nine: Rolfes, Thompson, Vesssy. OFFICERS Margaret Longhart Helen Dexter Betty Gow Lois Acre A L P II I 5 I li M I Local Chemical Honorary MEMBERS Aekerly, Maran Acre, Lois Barrett, Barbara Barthel, June Berke, Avis Brown, Anita Bush, Margaret Dexter, Helen Domenico, Adalaine Dunklee, Patricia Gow, Betty Harnrnerieh, Kathleen Hildernuan, Carol Howard, Rose Longhart, Margaret Kalotta, Shirley King, Patrice Love, Elizabeth Mays, Maxine Moss, Adrianne 0'Neal, Jeanne Oglesby, Elizabeth Roltes, Jeanne Thomson, Daisy Thompson, Virginia Vessey, Vers CHI 237 . W 1 1 I 4 L......... I 1 ,-, 1 w I 1 Row one: Allen, Avis, Axler, B al e nvt- Row two: Ball, Beecham, Berkens, Bixby- Row three: Bloom, Brenherrl, lruekman, ,Cook-Row tour: Crane, Flnnie, l'laak, Hallock -4-Rev: tlve: Haney, Heggem, Holler, Hottner -- Row aiu: Jackson, Jarnee--Row seven: King, ' Lewis - Row eight: l-lninger, Methless, Messen- llif, Murphy-Row nine: Mrrllare, Murray, Nelson, Piffll'--Rovr ten: Paul, Ring- lted, Robinson, Rosenthal- Row eleven: Salimnn, Shep- herd. smzrh, seeker-new twelve: Strornberg, Strurnp- flGl', Taylor, White. , OFFICERS Mesa Heller Mary Lewis Mary Hallock Kathleen Bruckman GUEII JUIJRNJILISTS Local Women's Press Society MEMBERS Allen, Marion Avis, Erneline Axler, Marsha Balent, Ann Ball, Marion Beacham, Helen Berkens, Pauline Bixby, Josephine Bloom, Edith Brenhard, Shirley Bruckman, Kathleen Cook, Carolyn Crane, Barbara Finnie, Doris Haak, Lillian Hallock, Mary Haney, Elaine Heggem, Dorothy Heller, Mosa Huttner, Ruth Jackson, Beverly James, Betty Lou King, Mary Grace Lawson, Irene 1 Lewis, Mary ' Lininger, Barbara Mathless, Norma Melrose, Frances Messenger, Helen Mullare, Elizabeth Murphy, Mary Murray, Augusta Nelson, Lois Patch, Patricia Paul, Betty Ringsted, Katherine Robinson, Dorothy Rosenthal, Betty Lou Saliman, Eleanor Shepherd, Shirley Smith, Maxine - Stoker, Margaret Stromberg, Adele Strurnptler, Margaret Taylor, Helen White, Mildred ' J 239 'OFFICERS Howard Suskln William Norlander Lester Larson EIILIIRAIHI SOCIETY UF ENGINEERS Local Men's Engineering Society MEMBERS Alldredge, Robert Butz, Charles Cibulka, Albert Dick, Lloyd Dutton, Duane .N Francis, Gus Larson, Lester L. Loup, Bruce Morton, Don Nltta, Roy Norlander, William Richardson, Allan Rodgers, James Savory, Leonard Saxton, Harry Schuman, Robert Smith, John D. Suskin, Howard Trout, Owen Upton, Ernie Walthers, Earle Wells, Charles 2 9145 S' is lg? UR 1 f':.f,1..:f1' - - , . QQ T 2 .Vex ,. 4. kg, Row one: Alldredge, Butz, Cibulka--Row two: Dick, Dusten, Francis--Row three: Larson, Loup--Row four: Morton, Nitta-Row five: Norlsnder, Richardson--Row six: Rodgers, Savory-Row seven: Saxton, Schuman- Row eight: Smith, Suslmin, Trout-Row nine: Upton, Walthers, Wells. 1 f' -V N '4"- Y' I - '--- 1 -'Mn -1 f.. .Q f, M - fn for 'rm ,:,.' 'u 31: 45 . . .W ,,,..,, , . . "2-'5,g,1,-2-A 1. Q . .lW.v.. H., ,,,,!,,,. .ff - fl 4, .. ,t.,y..,..,,,.-.ln ,,'i.i, i 7 . ' L' H4 2,5 LQ- Q I mUMf'l'5-:id L " "N'512' rf I 1' Y V L 4 Fw -f'fm'w'f v 11153-.Ji J'w'1f1T 1-r 'L 'aTfQ'2'?Lf:-- vr fr , , . ' ,-Av 3 f . fr 1' ,, A. J.. . 5 . V- il" OFFICERS Robert Schuman Homer Whitacre Warren French UE LTA C ll I Local Chemical Fraternity i . 141 Q ,s MEMBERS Agnew, Harold Anderson, Leonard Burton, Frank Cibulka, Albert Cogle, Charles Cuykendall, James Davis, Keith Delrick, Jack Driscoll, William X , ,.., Durrill, David M L 9 ,AA Duston, Duane A T j? Ellsworth, Arthur 1 l Foster, Jack 13 5.1 Q French, lgarren '1 k rancis, us f '35 Goldman, Samuel "1 V 5 Hopper, Fred if A Q Larson, Lester i. " Loup, Bruce 1 A H 2, ' ,z f ',,. McReynoIds, Donald ' 4 Q, " ' X A ',,' Norlander, William X dl, L Peng, Harry ' ' gf' "Q Powers, Fred A 'QQ n .',e Richardson, Allan ik V 1' , 5' fri, Rodgers, James ' .. ' is Savory, Leonard , if J' Saxton, Harry Schuman, Robert Schwalb, William P L. A Schwartz, Cecil ,Eggs-A ' 21' Shober, Glen . ' F Sias, Charles ' egg, F 53,15 Stanley, Maurice Q 1 ' . '1' Townsend, John ' .iii it Tymczyszyn, Joseph l u 'I ' Upton, Ernest 1 4 A' Q X Van Dersarl, Edward 'f 1 ' P ' - 1 Weber, William . ' x r my Whltacre, Homer any ESE? 'if - Row one: Agnew, Anderson, .5 e 4-,-Q , Burton, Cibulka--Row two: ' 6 , A Cuykendallf Davis -- R o w QL: ' f shthree: Dettrick, DriscoIl-- ,K A Row four: Durrill, Duston-' ba, ' fre- ms, Row tive: Foster, French- ' - , jf? Row six: Francis, Goldblatt ' gh" --Row seven: Hopper, Lar- 'imager Ig: ' ii ' ton, Loup--Row eight: Nor- ' f L lander, Peng-- Row nine: ""' . Richardson, Rodgers--Row 5 ,, ,tens Savory, Saxton--Row V ,X i , 1 eleven: Schumann, Schwartz -ii P-1' '--Row twelve: Stanley, Up- f i' by it 1 ton,,Van Dersarl, Whitacre. f it H? Q ' ' 'N 1.13 M XVII ' Q. 47. 'Wx-.V ,.-' 5, A f J . . ,555 , 1'fx--.wise 4 -'iii . ' i555iQj:f.1, 57:71 l, A V , Al, , , . ,.,4 U . F , , -.,..-, , fwqllz.,-V.. , I ,. J . ,Av-,l,,, ., 1., .,., - , - Ut ylirv. Hag., art .3 ,l-A .7 ,f,Qi:7ai,fs5 ' ,Eiga-,gif 5515: ifgffh y, 'i'fgfwf?sisf,.,,1wr, me 'mkm-41:31 r if-11 . dw' nw 5+ , zum.. . J p . J 7-.,ff,i:'l.F '-S5542-'LM A N, 'J jj." JI '.',Y"i-42 Mfg-X, Fil, fi ,jk OFFICERS Robert Haines Barney 0'Kane Robert Bugdanowitz Joe Wagner DELTA LAMBDA SIGMA Local Honorary Pre-Law Fraternity MEMBERS Beasley, Tyson Bugdanowitz, Robert a ,IQ 9 Francis, George Gillis, Albert Gilmore, William Griffin, Omer Haines, Robert Howes, George Jones, William McConnell, Merle Neahr, George O'Kane, Barney Perry, Herbert Quick, Robert Reed, Arden Robison, Norval Tewell, William Wagner, .loc wa, :fi-. .,i':. '- .' -,jx ,V A. -4, . - " It ..,.' ' ,, wi 1 -4 31, 0 , , I N J h 'M Q' 1 f 'r h 'L x V , " . . , ,... gilfiwz Slew + 5 WE "IQ 2 - I F .Q 2 f' . gpg 1 .Wx lg , . ,vi '54, ' eff? ' HEMF: . F 3 4 .3 Y' I Tas! 5 .- Q ' . , 2- gf 1,,f.fA,,,. ,M W,-.f,4,,,,,. V, , r ,r., Row one: Burley, Buigrlano-,, 'gh witz- Row two: Francis,-Y Gillls-- Row three: Hainemf Qu. Howes--Row tour: Joneoh-55. iff' Row live: Noahr, 'olklfliifl Ill Row six: Perry, ,Robllerr-- Row uven: Towell, Wagneral- . F J 4 J 1:3- . -'f' V,-1 .nfl -'1 ' f':'i'2 3 .,, - .M . .X . .1 W ' w 'Aw,,-':v,lP"'4'f-1-tif ,ie ,QW . ,Fe . In .I I. .,, 1 v,.,y1-Y-2 ,:, fijsae l A Hu' :J ,, ,...,f-f, wg, f . . f'-fw:',w'Jr'..:-'f:?:rw.:ww.':-w4:"':' 1 . ,f I, if 13 AWE, I, flx:Ei,:f3,M3EJMg:,.2x1.I:1.,.,a.A2 1 ' Q 1 4 5294, llbwgj-oneiff Andersen, Ball, llljyftf lender--Row two: Danferd, Davis, Domer , ,,'lllNQ:'Dewnar, Dur- i 'fourz Fancher, nv ,H ua -1 t V""!s:Kum--nfl mx Kllrg, lwnwlii Longhart-Row' sev ,.aMcKeIvey--Row F lit: .,i. -'KeNollly,a Noble Paanom4Raitz-- A gnolfn, A senior., 5gl,l2Qe4ler,,f Scott-Row A U' Ynnyz'-Stoiher, Stone triumptler, Su In -- Row y elves "Taylor, Tlialar, t Williams. t A rfivhk ,' T ' K QPLA . - , '.,.' iw- ' ,-. if n',':?"ff'f.f'fh V . 'Q' GW' X It u' ,M 4' il' L-ffx 'll 124 il: v OFFICERS Richard Downar Robert Suhr Virginia Raurn Signe Marie Carlson DIE LUSTIEEN DEUTSIIHEN Local German Society in vt-aa v r Q Ni? ,J E-. Z1-'anal sae' MEMBERS Anderson, Arletta Ball, Marion Barrett, Barbara Bender, Catherine Berke, Avis Bolshaw, Harriet Carlson, Signe Marie Danford, Anita Davis, Keith Domer, Esther Downar, Richard Durham, Harry Eshima, Nabus Fancher, Jeanne Friebel, Marjorie Gow, Betty Hollingsworth, Ruth James, Laura Rose Kunz, Donald King, Patrice Lemon, Edgar Longhart, Margaret Luebke, Ruth Mays, Maxine McCorquedaIe, Don McClure, Donald McClure, Thora McKeIvey, Betty McNeilly, Sara L. Neal, Ada Noble, Beatrice Parker, Louise Pearson, Elaine Raum, Virginia Reltz, Lena Roltes, Joanne Schiller, Margaret Schroeder, Betty Scott, Marlon Stoker, Margaret - Stone, Virgil Strumpfler, Margaret Suhr, Robert Taylor, Shirley Thaler, Margaret Wortz, George Williams, Earnest Young, Warren DRA OFFICERS Robert Haines Mary Murphy Gall Melnick Walter Everly MR CLUB Local Dramatic Society MEMBERS Abels, Jacques Anderson, Bertil Axler, Marshe Ballard, William Bruckman, Kathleen Bugdonowitz, Robert Covey, Betty Jean Crabbs, Richard Everly, Walter Goocllett, John Haines, Robert Keinon, Mary Lacy, Robin Lewis, Mary MeCance, May Melnick, Gail Morris, Robert Murphy, Mary Philips, Donald Phillips, Betty Baum, Virginia Robbins, Robert Robinson, Betty Jane Ruth, Nancy Ann Ssterstoin, Geraldine Scott, William Steinhardt, Gertrude Strubhar, Robert Swayze, Muriel Vleck, Joe Williams, William Welsh, Wayne Weyandt, John Wurtz, Annabelle yan G9 i if 6- go , ,1 ,,fw'::.,. , 99 or -119 Ml-,F W' V. V , Lffffifi V . frgjllaig 4' f""' r. 6 ' if ,A Mi, - if nsgi a , dryer .f7"' 36- , we U tl' 4. J f AM -11 .--'A' 4, Row one: Abels, Axler, Bal- lard-Row two: Bruckmam Bugdanowitz, Covey--Row three: Haines, Lewis, Kei- non---Row tour: MeCance, Melnick-Row five: Morris, Murphy-Row six: Philips, Phillips--Row seven: Rob- bins, Ruth, Scott--Row eight: Strubhar, Sweyle, Vleek-Row nine: Welch, Weyandt, Wurtz. me ,,.-1i- . 1 ,r K JW ..,5 Q ,I , ,,V, h,K,,n,,,Q,fg ,S ,,,..,,... raw . t.-s,.1- f ' :Q M1 Row one: Barra, Brown, Campbell, Carter-Row two: Cobb, Darnell, Dinner, Epler -- Row three: Grandlean, Greene-Row four: Hall, Heylor-Row. tive: Henry, Hickey- Row six: Kehoe, Knauer, Lopez-Row seven: Loveto, McCoy, G.-Row eight: McCoy, M., Melvin- Row nine: Miles, Neahr-- Roilr. ten: Perlmutter, Potter, Robertson, Ruth - Row eleven: Shahan, Shipman, Swayze, Tulley--Row twelve: Williams, Tewell, Winchell, Yeernana. OFFICERS Mildred Knauer Jane Campbell Lena Levato EL CLUB ESPANUL Local Spanish Society W ' V - tai-za V eil: ' A 2 Q' 0 ' .5 :ive y sf-.2 .:" x Lf' , . . A ' -, af A , , W ,V 5 K 1233 , re., Wi?" .'ff:7'1l ' ., '-ik! x , "IJ e 1 ,VS x , ,if '+ E 4 I A , 54 We , , .X W . Lil' Af ,Lv-' T-251213 fbi, 0- -' -ye Q ,. 2 ,V 'S amy ' MEMBERS Barra, Minnie Brown, Dive Campbell, Jane Carlson, Bennie Carlson, 'Slgne Marle Carter, Betty .lo Chambers, Lee Cobb, Mary Frances Darnell, Minnie Dinner, Marguerite Epler, Mary Frohlick, Erma Forster, Mariorie Frosh, Beulah Grandiean, Hortense Greene, Betty Ann Halkowiez, Edith Hall, Monte Heylor, Julia Henry, Frances Hickey, Peggy Higgins, Frances Kehoe, Amy Knauer, Mildred I-epez, Henry Levato, Lena McClure, There McCoy, Gloria McCoy, Mary Melrose, Frances Melvin, Dolores Miles, Genevieve Neahr, George Payne, Bettie .lane Perlnrutter, Ruth Potter, Patricia Preut, Frances Robertson, Blanche Ruth, Stephen David Sargent, Virginia Seastone, Lorraine Shahan, Bernie Shipman, Shirley Sutfie, Thelma Swayxe, Ethel Tewell, William Tulley, Mary Louise White, Ann Williams, Sarah Wincluell, Elizabeth Yeemans, Vanita " 245 J W me L OFFICERS William Olson Margaret Thaler Harriett Eastlake Alton Cartwright IJNTERNATIUNAL RELATIUNS CLUB Local Social Science Organization lt"-' .' as " 'Q' 3' nn' N' fi- 45-' .Q . --" 'WI ' A ' W in ,I ' B Lu. 1: -hu t, ,L .,.., ,. ,WL , L ,Kb W in Fil E' 5 A fi s 511, an - '. 5 M f 5 G. A i, 1 i n A ., f i, faq, ,. -- V "3iSliw ,. ' 2:-me XJ. ig: ig 3 . , 5 Ga 4: 5 ' Q rl ' ., - 3-.Y ,. 5 , 1412 ' 'J lp f , ,, rim 4 if 1' ' 1" . " ' sr' 5 V J. -ml, 'F - - ' S 5. - t f-21.39 in T379 313: V 2.1 . ,fs v an 'xg ' X "L, H - 1' , .1 if - in -A fa R 2 - ' . Q- ,ei , ' 5 Qi' 5 ' '41 rv , f' is .ara-1.4 V A , ,,t. ., , ., N aint, 1 I ,F ' ' iff ,A - , x jpg 7, Q B A ' ' ' ,L F 2- " ' J' I A , g L .- ,, ' .4 Q - , r , . 1 l J . f K . ' - H2555 au. .3 " 1 . " A fi . Q 1 , ,ki 3, . 'W 9, .1 s., . ". 1 t if--V if s rf- iwil ' we X .mn . 0, ,, Y.: or 1 ' "' E? H1 - 'f:ilQ X gl. 1 r I .- iw lk W." A 3 , 4305, 1, kk I , J Q, , -f 'ins' "' - . E ag f W Q' " " 'i fff' ,in 'J' ' Row one: Alberg, Argo, Bal- - . 4 ', . if 6 ' , ent, Bamford, Boyd-- Row .. " e F -'P' V two: Capps, Cartwright, -5155 , J ' 'Lf Q Charles, Cole, Cooke--Row 5 - - three: Conant, Cullen, Cum- v. - ss. ' 1? W H , mings, Decker, Dill- Row ,r gg, Q ji gg ' A 'tourz Dil.orenzo, Downar, : 'P 'io-I in x yg,Dutfy, Eastlake -- Row tive: ,, H 'ug ,'A,, Q25 , A 'J ' fi f Eaton, Eldridge, Euler. " , WQQQQ 1' ,, ji H -it Q, f Eancherh-.Row Jizz Grigin, A if Azx' ," g. 4, ..,- ,V ,. A 1 .f ,U le, entomi envy- W T! if "2 ,f 429.1 ' 'J' ?"g',,,seven: Howes, Hughes--Row xy, ' 'J Q K S W, if eight: jackson, Jansen-1-Sow " 'h ,J 'iq V' 1: ' 15, fig'-9":l'l ne: erni an,' onea-- ow L- ig .N iff .,- .-iff ig V797 tenzv Kama, Koontz, Mc- ., ' ' A " " - fi:-:if Carry, Mclntosh-Row ' 1 , ' A , - 2' 1' f ii 25,9 eleven: McKinney, iM'cNeiIly, A jg ,X A , W if . n D,'Melvin, D. 'MeIvin+Row 553' g,:j ,5i" QQ- ' 1, Q,3g'Q,gtwelve: Martin, Musick, Nel-' , 11:7 " Gi . -s., 3,1 ,Ti , 4, R .. I 'j5Qr':-g,lia, Noble, O'Kane1'-+- Rowe. J ' y :" 1 5 62 3533! Q23g:s1,tllitteen:,."0li6hs,f,Peterson, ' , J "A ig. E A rgfgililargon, ,Pitkin,'madal--Raw, , R , K P , ' B y n 5531-.f-'l1!"""!.,i'5'Vi9'r1L5?"lfl"' '1 f , ' ' 1 5 ' i ' R ' ' 5RSQg'1'5f""l'P'l9?f',if""'5' fY""7'f'7' " j ,N Qveaeh, .lane Willialns,fCourtland 'W'vR'm'fm'm"'fh'w"' 'Th'm'f' '-'Wl " R ll nd Withers een Patricia mwwaiwai --Wasabi., .tunnis-mtl A niffif' 'o' an P ' R n ,'l,' a on .. ,. R. MEMBERS Alberg, Helen Argo, Glen Ash, Bruce Balent, Ann Bamford, Paul Boyd, Malcolm Capps, Loraine Cartwright, Alton Charles, Esther Cocke, Marian Cole, Katherine Conant, Kenneth Crabbs, Richard Cullen, Kathleen Cummings, Joyous Decker, Verna Dill, Evelyn DiLorenzo, Joseph Downar, Richard Duffy, Mariorie Eastlake, Harriett Eaton, Patricia Eldridge, Clarence Epler, Mary Fancher, Jeanne Froemke, Jean Gavette, Josef Griffin, Francis Guise, Maxine Hanton, Dorothy Henry, Elizabeth Hoofnagle, Gwendolyn Howes, George Hughes, Margery Jackson, Beverly Jensen, Clefa Jernigan, Homer Johnson, Lois Jones, William Kaanta, Carter Koontz, Doris Love, Betty McCarty, Barbara McCormick, Jack Mclntosh, Ruth McKinney, Ellen McNeilly, Sally Lou Melvin, Dolores Melvin, Dona -. Murfin, Roberta Musick, Patricia Nellis, Louise Noble, Beatrice Olson, William 0'Kane, Barney Peters, Barbara Peterson, Victor Pierson, Elogene Pitkin, Charles Raum, Virginia , Reeves, Ruth, Riedel, James Ryan, Shirley Salazer, Paul Saunders, Betty Lee Savory, Leonard Schackenberg, Werner Smith, Martine Stone, Edward Strumptler, Margaret Suhr, - Robert Swartz, John- A ' Tardif, Hubert Tewell, William, . ,- """"' Mrzwrf 1 W I ,., -' .1:, : ll OFFICERS Kathleen Hammerich Helen Dexter Ruth Nicholson June Barthel I 5 U T U P E 5 Local Women's Science Society MEMBERS Ackerly, Maran Acre, Lois Adams, Jean Alberg, Helen Auxier, Eloise Bahde, Lucille Barrett, Barbara Barthel, June Beacham, Helen Belcher, Barbara Bell, Beatrice Bell, Harryet Berg, Elinor Berke, Avis Berkens, Pauline Beveridge, Louise Bixby, Lorraine Botkins, Geraldine Boyd, Margaret Brewer, Patricia Bridgewater, Eileen Brown, Anita Buirgy, Mary Louise Bullen, Marguerite Bunger, Mariorie Bush, Margret Cadle, Etta Mae Cartwright, Barbara Cochran, Betty Cole, Lois Comnillo, Marcella Convery, Dorothy Cope, Ruth Corner, Rilla Cox, Cecil Frances Craig, Dorothy Cramer, Elizabeth Crane, Barbara Cutter, Carolyn D'Camp, Elinor Detendine, Margaret Dexter, Helen Dolan, Jean Domenico, Adalaide Domer, Esther Jane Dulk, Helen Dunklee, Patricia Economy, Gertrude France, Margaret Fritz, Helen Frohlich, Erma Gast, June - Glttings, Helen Glover, Alice Goodspeed, Betsy Gordon, Joan Gordon, Helen Gow, Betty Graham, Alva Gregory, Ada Hamrnerich, Kathleen Haney, Elaine Hansen, Helen Haylor, Julia Hentxchel, Ruby Hess, Violet Hicks, Jane Hilderman, Carol Holt, Helen Howard, Rose Hull, Evelyn Jacobson, Mariorle 3 qw- 5' T , .ue Lv- i ,iff e. 0' Ch 1 'S . 'i l If E ,, N X w- . .Q N is If '-1 ' E I . V U: , , .W , ,, . 0 A .3 6 -.van :Y V NG , Q ff' ' 1- l -4 '-' A . ,alfa -, 5' 1., Row one: Aclmerly, Acre, AI- berg, Bahde--Row two: Bar- rett, Barthel, Beecham, Bel- cher--Row three: B. Bell, H. Bell, Berg, Berke-Row four: Berkens, Bixby, Brown, Buir- gy--Row five: Bullen, Bun- ger, Bush, Cadle-Row six: Cartwright, Cochran - Row seven: Comnillo, Cope-Row eight: Cox, Craig, Cramer, Cranef-Row nine: D'Camp, Dexteriii Dolan, Domenico- Row terqz Domer, Dunklee, Fritz, Frdhlich-Row eleven: Gast, Glover, Gow, Ham- merich-Row twelve: Haney, Haylor, Hess, Hicks. Row one: ' Hilderrnan, How- ard, l-lull, Jacobson- Row two: James, Johnson, King, Krider-- Row three: Lan- caster, Longhart, Lutz, Mays -Row tour: McCarthy, Mc- Carty, McConaty, McDon- ald--Row five: Mckeynolds, Mills, Montgomery, Moore- Row six: Morrow, Nau-Row seven: L. Nelson, P. Nelson - Row eight: Nicholson, 0'NeaI, Patch, Powell-Row nine: Reed, Relfes, Sheridan, Shipman - Row ten: Shrai- berg, Simmer, Stoker, Strom- berg - Row eleven: Stover, Tait, Theler, Thompson- Rew twelve: Thorne, Vessey, Wheeler, White. wa' '-" I 5 U T U P E 5 Local Women's Science Society H .i 55,2117 l Y' ' N is vi' ' 'R c Y. P' 'E' -:rf " A r L7 . 'll A L. lww, ' f V A 'A V 'I ' , is 2 ' J-si , " " -7,- , ,, f r " , ,s.. ' L- -, "dpi 'fijgiff ' Q , .f if 4 L . '1 . Vfil va H .. 4.. . . ml , :Oy b- ' , ekf": :I 'I-5 I .457 e i ., een, . , .. aw! h ir y "-kat n ,- -K' im v'.'J f a it . .g E .. - ,. Q Q" - I ,f I ' .gg "fn -Min X f ' ' Zjxflf-alhwgvs 5' -Ns S ' 4.111 V, "- . if . .Q , - ' . , ,vp .556 1 an r 4. ,,.,,' ff ex A .,w,,5I7,, 6 fy. ,li . ji-X . , E ea, S 'p G 2 ., -any jg . i ' ' f 4'-' X ' -wa ' N, A V: X I ft ,V 2, , K. Q .- 2--.Q if --s f in 43 W ., ns- if 7' ' 9 I 0 ', f , 5- v Q, 'Q if. f is M, A -. -ff-' A .' lg-N , YN, ,ii i A , W ,NLE , e, . I .... 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A,A,X.L , ' 3 if A is ' 5, A l it Q A - Us - , U- 1'-' Q 1 Q' it U' . . r ' ' , ff . , Med' x - . :TA ,, ,.. . , Q a ' as W T' MEMBERS James, Eleanor Johnsen, Emily Kaleta, Shirley King, Patrice Kintzelle, Martha Krider, Phyllis Lancaster, Billie Lawson, Irene Leith, Millicent Lewis, Elizabeth Longhart, Margaret Love, Elizabeth Lutz, Betty Lou Maynard, Dorothy Mays, Maxine McCarthy, Betty McCarthy, Barbara MeConaty, Mary McCullough, Genevieve McDonald, Margaret McDonough, Janice McGrath, Jean Mckeynolds, Maybelle Mills, Barbara Montgomery, Dorothy Moore, Ruth Moorhead, Annabelle Morrow, Wilma Jean Moss, Adrienne Nan, Josephine Neal, Ada Nelson, Lois Nelson, Peggy Newton, Ruth Nicholson, Ruth Oglesby, Elizabeth O'NeaI, Jeanne Pankow, Barbara Patch, Georgie Bell Powell, Dorothy Raum, Esther Reed, Joyce Robinson, Carolyn Robinson, Luella Ruth Rolfes, Jeanne Sheridan, Dorcas Shipman, Shirley Shopcott, Janice Shotwell, Odette Shraiberg, Ethel Simmer, Mary Louise Snyder, Lucille Spenst, Shirley Stoker, Margaret Strornberg, Adele Stuver, Edna Talkington, Eileen Tait, Jane Thaler, Margaret Thomas, Dorothy Thompson, Virginia Thorne, Geraldine Vessey, Vera Wheeler, Evelyn White, Frances Wills, Jean Wood, Esther Jane Wood, Ethel Woods, Lillian Wright, Caroline Yancy, Jean K, V U. , t A K Q " - gunman? -W w 1 --4L,3i,:g:,1 - Y N - ' 4 Hg! "1-Q' ' ' A ' f '- , ff- .' .1 ,. wqp. I i VV, . .yu , Q ,110 V Q-C, 1 '--ffwiww ,, T - ' w Row one: Ackerly, Alberg, Allen, Avia--Row two: Bal- ent, Bruckrnan--Row three: Bulrgy, Bullen -- Row four: Chamberlain, Cox-Row five: Craig, Davies-Row six: Halleck, Howard-Row sev- en: Knauer, Mardptti--Row eight: Marellua, McWilliams --Row nine: Pierson, Ridley --Row ten: Ruth, Spaulding -1-Rem eleven: Stamm, Syler -- Row twelve: Williams, Wilton, Welbert, Wu rtz. J KAPPA Na+ionaIEd nn, 1 , F A '4' , 'A : " .4 nu - 'Q , M5 " 'D H Q X, ' IL -Z' " .., - gy- " H --f- -+ 3 :,-, : OFFICERS Thelma Inez Miller Dr. l. O. Addicott Marcia Spaulding Elaine Yost DELTA Pl ucalional Fraternity MEMBERS Ackerly, Maran Alberg, Helen Allen, Marian Avis, Emeline Balent, Ann Bruckrnan, Kathleen Buirgy, Mary Bullen, Marguerite Carlsen, Signe Marie Chamberlain, Margaret Cherrington, Fern Cox, Cecil Craig, Dorothy Davies, Frances Fallico, Irene G. Halleck, Mary Howard, Rose Knauer, Mildred Marchetti, Alba Marelius, Esther McWilliams, Edward Pierson, Elegene Preuty, Evelyn Rhudy, Viva Ridley, Thernaa Rilhel, Marguerite Ruth, Nancy Ann Srnead, Cephine Spaulding, Marcia Starnm, Mary C. Syler, Betty Veaeh, Jane Williams, Courtland Wilson, Avis Wolbert, Mary Wurtz, Annabelle MENT Local 254 OFFICERS June Epperaon Kathryn Ringsted Jackie Schaetzel Betsy O'Kane Marie Vallero URS-CUMMERCE Women's Service Society MEMBERS Bidwell, Evelyn Bixby, .lo Cook, Betty Lou Epperson, June Erickson, Carolyn Gaerttner, Gertrude Garihan, Nan Gatheridge, Florence Green, Carolyn Gibson, June Haynes, Dorothy Heggem, Dorothy Hubbard, Shirley Lindneux, Marcella Lininger, Marcia McCrone, Margaret Neilson, Barbara 0'Kane, Betsy Ringsted, Katherine Roediger, Margaret Sager, Ethel Schaetzel, Jackie Slife, Ruth Turtle, Peggy Vallero, Marie Weirner, Erma Wordell, Je Row one: Bidwell, Bixby, Cook-Row two: Eppersen, Gaerttner, Garihan-Row three: Gatheridge, Green, Gibson-Row four: Haynes, Heggem-Row five: Hub- bard, Lindrreux-Row six: Lininger, MeCrone-Row seven: Nielson, O'Kane, Ringsted--Row eight: Roe- diger, Sager, Schaetzel--Row nine: Turtle, Vallero, Wei- mer. Row one: Ackerly, Allen, M., Allen, M., Avis--Row two: Baer, Benson, Berg, Biggs- Row three: Bruckman, Charles, Darnell, Finnic - Row tour: Fitzgerald, Flet- cher--Row tive: Funk, Good- stein---Row six: Hammerick, Haney, Hatter--Row seven: Hicks, Hollingsworth - Row eight: Hutcllins, King-Row nine: Lehl, Lewis--Row ten: Llnlnger, Mathless, Mcln- tosh, Morgan-Row eleven: Murray, Phillips, Ruth, Schil- ler-Row twelve: Stalmann, Swayze, White, Wolbert. W be 3 OFFICERS Nancy Morgan Marcia Jane Stalmann Margaret Schiller Emeline Avis Elaine Haney MENTUR5-LIBERAL ARTS Local Women's Service Society , A :n I- 6' w ...Q N 4 V' 1 1 r ml? as ' ' no "? as- if ff .v N -7 ,L , vw ,l- MEMBERS Ackerly, Maran Alders, Jane Lee Allen, Marion Allen, Martha Avis, Emeline Baer, Charlene Benson, Mariorie Berg, Elinor Biggs, Virginia Bruckman, Kathleen Charles, Esther Darnell, Minnie Finnie, Doris Fitzgerald, Mary Jane Fletcher, Charlotte Funk, Frances Geodstein, Jacqueline Hammerich, Kathleen Haney, Elaine Harter, Dorothy Hicks, Jane Hollingsworth, Ruth Hutchins, Harriet King, Patrice Lehl, Jean Lewis, Mary Lininger, Barbara Mathless, Norma Jean Mclntosh, Ruth Morgan, Nancy Murray, Augusta Phillips, Betty Ruth, Nancy Ann Schiller, Margaret Schoene, Audrey Mae Stalmann, Marcia Jane Swayse, Muriel Veach, Jane White, Mildred Wolbert, Mary Virginia OFFICERS William Driscoll Alvin Miller Helen Dexter Donald McCorquoda M l.l B E TA li A P Pll. Local Honorary Pre-Medical Fraternity MEMBERS Barger, Richard D. Becker, Donald L. Berkens, Pauline Bograd, Nathan Clark, Glenn Crisman, Ronald H. Davis, Edgar K. Demshki, Andrew E. Dexter, Helen Driscoll, William T. Dumars, Kenneth Durham, Harry B. Elzi, Ernest Eshima, Nobuo Hilderman, Carolyn Hills, William J. Holt, Helen E. Houk, William Jacobs, Francis Johnston, McClain Keys, Lynn Lannlng, Charles Lerner, Belden Leyda, Paul Lovs, Elizabeth Ann McCorquodale, Dona Metadorf, Ann . Mickey, Lorin J. Miller, Alvin P. Rothenberg, Jack M. Schwarz, Robert J. Smart, Stanley Smith, Don Smith, Rodney H. Stein, Melvin Stiles, Frank Stocks, Royd C. Stuvsr, Edna Louise Thurston, W. Dyce Twomhley, George White, Stanley M. Williams, Ernest Witt, John Id 'QQ 2 bi 5 's ' ?' Row one: Berger, Berlsens, Davis- Row two: Dexter, Driscoll- Row three: Du- mars, Durham - Row four: Hilderman, Johnston - Row five: Keys-Row six: Lan- ning, Miller-Row seven: Smart, Stein --Row eight: Stuver, Twombley-Row nine: Thurston, White, Wil- liarns. A.. ,RVN ,WM .,.,,.,f- 1' '--' .. Mgzwuwl , "',1.f,..TL,.: if ...J un ....,..ix:.:..1,A....a.- Row one: Axler, Lewis- Roiv two: McCance, Molnick --Row three: Robbins, Scott -- Row four: Smith - Row five Strubhar, Swayzo-Row six: Vlock, Welch-Row seven: Weyendt, Wurtx. ,Cb OFFICERS William Scott Muriel Swayxo NATIIINAL IIIJLLEEIATE P L AY E R 5 National Dramatic Organizeiion MEMBERS Anderson, Bertil Axler, Maul-le Lacy, Robin Lewis, Mary McCance, May Melnick, Gail Robbins, Robert Scott, William Smith, Murray Steinhardt, Gertrude Strubhar, Robert Swayxe, Muriel Vlock, Joseph Welch, Wayne Weyandt, John Wurtz, Annabelle OFFICERS Barney 0'Kane Mary Francis Smith Joan Demmer Augusta Murray N E W M ll N C L U B Ce+l1olic'Organize+ion MEMBERS Barrett, Marguerite Bruckman, Kathleen Byers, Robert Chambers, Nan Covillo, Eileen Lucille Cronan, Virginia Ann DeClue, Mary Anne Demmer, Joan Domenico, Adalaine Doyle, Ernest Dugdale, Doralee Eaton, Pat Fallico, Irene Finnegan, Jerome Frame, Betty Frazier, George Earle Gibson, June Frances Gill, Michael Glenn, Pat Gorman, William Guise, Maxine Gunnison, George Haley, Charles Tiffany Haley, Ralph Bernard Harper, Shelby Hickey, Peggy Holstein, Peggy Huber, William Jacobs, Francis James, Betty Jersin, Edward gps- faf' :MN ' 'fu f-,L-,x is ESQ' N W L' - a21'liv? Q Wy, .nm ,,,r, ' 151: E 4 was . wg, .0 3 f - ,V ,E"z1, - . . ' ' 'P T e. I " , "la 2 :S 3, of : V 0 ,X M' : l ,- A "N ' 1 W multi vm K W' ' V , . 2: w 2' 2 gl F A Q-sf, -. 'E f h w 5. 3 ' L52 I . Y as W 'A " 5 x Q- A "' . " -- w .Z- ' .5 ' ' ' 'rr A" V Ky Y ' 4 A in 'M ggi ' V' Swat ,ag N5-Q K 0- Q' as A-.. ...rx an-fi 8 Veriuni i - .sh : fr y 5- gag ,. f Kellogg, Daniel Koser, Irene Lamberty, Marianne Loeptien, Juanita Lopez, Henry Lundberg, Edward Malloy, Joan Mannix, Frank Joseph Marchetti, Alba Martin, Jack McCarthy, Jack Anthon 1 U95 . 351 ,kwie 7 www ca 4 , A fl' ' ru -. tr 4, r X , 2 fl- .4 an .Q g, .N ky ,.."' G1 t h. Y 7 ,.s,,,..xJ E McConaIy, James Frederi McConaty, Mary McCoy, Gloria McCoy, Mary r MeEIin Helen Margaret Melvin Melvin Dolores 'P aa Q h -- X. 1 ., :,., 1 L , L, ,fum 5 lag. li ' 'fs '2 1 ,, ml: I A at , . .3 "W ZA sig.: X Miller, 'Dan Harrison Miller, Patricia Ann Miller, Suzanne W 5 s ' . ,7--ww . g. 'a "WIA A 63. 'Jeni V 'Lap 5 x1on:yl'4Dizn ' 'W e' if or e , osemary ' f ' ' A 1' -3' , mum, elizabeth 1 J Eif73"'L B XL Xi' A Mvrvlmfan ' ' ' ex ' 1, Murray, ugusta -., , ' 4, . Natale, Joseph ez ' , 5 , X O'Dorisio, Ben R V- f' ,-,, , 0'Kane, Barney " - , i '11 1 , ...lm 0'Kane, Betsy ' gig- fa A 'W 'X Paul, Ralph R h d 1 5 f Q, L 4 'Q .. "1 9 Reitemeier, ic ar 5 . " l :Fic 4 'ir eg. E ,, 3 Ryan, Jeanne I na ,af jj l QVL, ' " ff Schiller, Margaret i"" r-,' ff- -f eg, - Schwartz, Cecil Hg' if Shea, Carrol L 2- 1- rs ., L ,, She a, orma ' , W i. " H Y K 4 . Sherlock, Jack .. 3 H is 'A' y A Smith, Mary Francis Smith, Kathleen Sunderland, Dorothy Anne fifteen: Veltrie, Walden, Waters, White, Zarlengo. Sunderland, Michael Joseph Taitt, Art' Taylor, Evelyn Tescner, Ted Thaler, Margaret Tortell, Mary Tulley, Mary Louise Vallero, Marie Katherine Veltrie, Rosemary Alleyne Walden, Anne Frances Walthers, Mary Ethel White, Rosemary Zarlengo, Vincent Row one: Bruckman, Byers, Chambers, Covillo, Cronan- Row two: Demmii Domenico, Eaton, Frame, Frazier--Row three: Gibson, Gill, Gorman, Guise, Gunnison--Row four: Hickey, Jersin, Kellogg, Kp- ser, Lamberty- Row five: Lopez, Loeptien, Lundberg, Mannix--Row six: Marchet- ti, Martin, McCarthy, Mc- Conaty-Row seven: G. Mc- Coy, M. McCoy-Row eight: McElin, Melvin-Row nine: Melvin, D., Miller-Row ten: P. Miller, S. Miller, Monty, Morfeld--Row eleven: Mul- Ia re, Murray, O'Dorisio, O'Kane-Row twelve: 0'Kane, Paul, Reitemeler, Ryan, SchilIer-- Row thir- teen: Schwartz, Shea, Sheda, Smith, Sunderland - R o w fourteen: Tait, Tescner, Tha- ler, Tulley, Vallero-- Row , ., , , s ,,,, ,NW OFFICERS Florence Duboff Elizabeth Niedrach Jane Hicks Margaret Schiller P A H A li E E T 5 Local Women's Pep Organization -e r.,, X e A A we f . .N N wiv, zfij 4, -5 Uv nf 5: ' , g ' 5 - js ' V Q - 0 tg V . "2 . , x Jr, m gr' ' . v N, 4 ,frm ,Y ...1 .. ,,,.. ,Q 2 - ,Mex .. , ,, W Ulii 6 -. ' ...' ,Z l . ff fl A br ,ls ' Qu . Q , arm, 1 , ff ' 'CA , , ,., W l alla fi 33357.53 ,, A+' f- - 'eff ,, . .g -L, . L Q y R M .raw-W. 1 I F Q t- at 4 v' 'Q f' If 1-3 v if ,f L 4 - il " , Q, ' 'iiaf J . W A J .r A I 2 I 4. H U A , . -F' " , A . in A sf., f ' 'S 3 11 A P iw ' t fri J S 'fri ' ry w K M 1. if mfr" r 4, in Row one: Allen, Berkens, QV, A ffl , Q Bidwell, Black-Row two: " I ' 9 ig N Brannan, Carter, Croghan, il , ,555 . - X l Davies-Row three: Dem- ' H f it , mer, Dexter, Dill, DuboH-- 'I Row four: Ensign, Gather- gs 'B qi idea, Gifford, Gore-Row' . .5" F , d Q 4 ' I five: Hallock, Haynes, Hel- We A ,, , nf ' ler, Hicks-Row six: Hutt- 3, f " ,M ner, Jackson.....Row seven: 4 af ,Pj James, Loeptien, Lovato- 4-ve -yt-1..w1,,, Row eight: Lutz, McCoy, 5' 2' " ' ffij Mclntosh, Marrs-Row nine: ' 6 ' Messenger, Netherton, Nied- up y 5' -'Q c: rach, Peterson-Row ten: A' ,V y, Roller, Rose, Resenstein, Ros- on ' ,K f , A B' enthal-Row eleven: Schil- ler, Shepherd, Stanfield, Ste- phens-- Row twelve: Syler, Trueheart, Vessey, West. ,Wa 2 . W5 1 ,iff l 46. -, . ex gf' L -1' ,. ,gl 7 , ' "":P " -11 1 .-. f fe: B Q vc' S" ' V 'B' B if l Y ' , in '40 vi Lv :QQ lm? .V yg,-4 ,Q , J , , , MEMBERS Allen, Marian Berkens, Pauline Bidwell, Evelyn Black, Ruth Brennan, Betty Carter, Beverly Croghan, Flora Mae Davies, Frances Dernnrer, Joan Dexter, Helen Dill, Evelyn A Dubott, Florence Ensign, Eunice Getheridge, Florence Gifford, Jeanne Goodspeed, Betsy Gore, Shirley Gushurst, Mary Theresa Hallock, Mary Haynes, Dorothy Heller, Mesa Hicks, Jane Huttner, Ruth Jackson, Beverly Jackson, Corrine James, Betty Lou Loeptien, Juanita Lovato, Lena Lutz, Betty Lou McCoy, Gloria Mclntosh, Ruth Marrs, Marian Messenger, Helen Netherten, Louise Newcomb, Eleanor Niedrach, Elizabeth Peterson, Marie Raurn, Virginia Rolfes, Jeanne Rose, Betty Rosenstein, Audrey Rosenthal, Betty Lou Schiller, Margaret Shepherd, Shirley Stanfield, Mary Lou Stephens, Marjorie Syler, Betty Trueheart, Eddie Jo Vessey, Vera L West, Kay OFFICERS William C. Eggleston, Jr. Arthur W. Beck . Newell . Walters V Chancellor Bramblett PHI DELTA National Men's Educational Fraternity IIAPPA MEMBERS A 1 -A Abernatha, Eugene - gg,- y I ii. , ' of Anderson, William H. , . . V ' - Beck, Arthur W. ' A Brarnblett, Chancellor wi- , Brawner, Hoyt . 1 if 9' - if .ik 5 , . 9 -ar' N ' ' f J 7 l nz- M. Addlcott, Irwin O. S -' 2 537114,-. ' .' 1 1 Cherrington, Mark iw N f .- . "1 cashing, cdlbdn ' ,g QT Cutler, Theodore H. A Cuykendall, James Howel 521.-'e , 1,53 Duncan, David sm. if name' +-:rid :ga J'1Fii'ig A . .iig- ': Yi' K U I- . . GK Eggleston, William C. 'fi 'i i jg? Ehrenkrook, Wymond J. ,C- Engle, Wilbur Dwight V f 'W Fox, Guy A . ' Fuller, C. Dale Gorham, David C. -1 ff?- Hays, C. Ray ,a VV 'f VS, 1 f Herrington, Eugene H. 1 N .5., ,, , JW ., 'K '. . l. -Uv ... K ei ' , ' Q, lv K f Harper, Donald W. -i 3 1 df.- 1 -su , -1 its Hoffman, Milton Holch, Arthur Jackson, Arthur N. Jefh, William Kaplan, Abraham Kendel, John Kittell, Jack Edward Lobb, Myron Mann, Cecil W- McCully, C. Harold McWilliams, Edward I -N w Miller, Fletcher Miller, Lawrence Murray, Elwood Nelson, Alfred Nicholson, Milton F. if Olson, Arthur - ' Oviatt, Almon E. . V Puckett, Cecil name, Fred B. ' i Rishel, John B. 1, ' Roberts, John T. ' Samoa, Pete P. Schindler, Alvin Shroyer, Wayne , -- , A t ' w. , Stevens, 'Paul egiiifgksfgz. . ' Swan, Benjamin ggjs-'B .jf 1 Threlkeld, Harold , 2 QQ? Trustrnon, Norton C. B. 51,3 :Qf i ' 4, vdfdaddu, Edmund ' , 'F Waldman, Sam -1 Walters, Newell ' 1 --1, . Walters, Roland 4 ' Weltzin, J. Frederick 1 1 Whiteaker, George . willow Gilbert 4 J ddr, ll iams aurice . - V, - sf willnmim, J. HOWlfd S 'W "W A 1.1 ..... . E Q f A Q A B. A mn. 2 if V 'A A X' C ' :bmi 5' D' .7 fri?-1 Q I ,J ,,,, . , pf", Row one: Abernatha, Brown- er-Row two: Cuykendall, Hoffman-Row three: Jefts, Kittell--Row four: Lohb--- Row five: Mann--Row six: McWilliams, Murray-- Row seven: Puckett, Sarnac--Row eight: Threlkeld, Williams. 1 y ! rn -- -- ,V --Y-W---V ., .V Munn.. KQV? ,onoz Agnew, Alldrerlge, lemfordgionomo--Row two: PVGWII, Butz, Carr, Dallison lj-Row ptllrao: , Enarson, Esk- lldgo--Row four: Flax, Glllis reillow flva: Guthrie, Hail- Pign-s-Row,.alx: Harris, Hel- lon--iRow "seven: Holrnborg, Hoover-4-fRow aight: Jetta, Katia-Row nina: Kerslrnar, 'McAdams-Row ten: Nidess, Ullon, Pauly- Row eleven: Ridley, Riedel, Savory, Tworn- Row twelve: Wlar, P pyandt, Wlultaere, Will- ',4Q'i I , 17 ' ?5"f"27fCf-32' ,fa :,,,,'.-QF' ', ' r , L il :if 1: " -7.2, ig!?f7 iii..-J' V I IJ. ll , Y . . -:Q -' l V- Wifi ' -vs . - nw 1 Q- ' 1 .iff --Q wifi W , ::,.f 5 ' A '2 -713 5 1 ,. . 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': 1 4- ' . ,.,.w,. by af., 1, ' Q' - 13 'M 6' J: Qifgi' M ls. 5 Q, 5 1 1-11' fi, fl A , - -.fe ,-:Qi 157' . wif ' ' ' 1, 'vim' Y f, ' , ,,, ,'L,,- , OFFICERS Thomas Ridley Harold Agnew Leonard Savory Sam Dallison SILIIN PIII 's Pep Organualln MEMBERS Agnew, Harold Alldredge, Robert Bamtord, Paul Bonorno, Francis Brown, Ted Butz, Charles Carr, Gordon Cass, Walter Chambers, Lee Dallison, Sam Enareon, Joe Eskridge, Tom Flax, Sol Gillis, AI Guthrie, Don Hailpern, Ben Harris, Ray l'leIlon, James Holmberg, Dewey Hoover, Albert Jeffs, William Katz, Stan Kersllner, Robert McAdams, Victor Nidess, Daniel Olson, William Paul, Ralph Revis, George Ridley, Tom Riedel, Jim Savory, Leonard Twornbly, George Weir, Jack Wayandt, John Whitacre, Homer Williams, Courtland .1 l 1 1 Row one: Allen, Ames, Avis, Bailey-Row two: Bamford, Berggren, Cadle, Carter- Row three: Charles, Dalli- more, DuBoff, Gifford, J.,- Row four: Gifford, R., Harter, Hedenakeg, Hopkins-Row five: Horton, Hutchins- Row six: Jackson, Lehi- Rew seven: Lewis, Life- Row eight: Llninger, Lutz, Menus, McCammon-r-Row nine: Mclntosh, Murray, 0'Kane, Peregrine--Row ten: Phillips, Reilly, Ridley, Sch- weninger--Row eleven: Shot- well, Smith, M., Smith, M., TabIer- Row twelve: Tits- worth, Waggener, Walters, Whitlock. , -,.., OFFICERS Jean Lehl Emaline Avis Barbara Lininger John Ames PHILUSUPHICAL ACADEMY Local Philosophy seem, ,,.. 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'f' T , " 3 'r Qi: , C7 -4 4--Q:.'- ' ' .- 1 l '3Q"gk: ' xl'--H 'npr K ,.VAb I, MEMBERS Allen, Marian Ames, John Avis, Emaline Bailey, Mildred Bamford, Paul Banks, Sidney Bethge, Norma Lee Berggren, Phyllis Cadle, Etta Mae Carter, Beverly Charles, Esther Dallimore, Jane Danberg, Neil Duboff, Florence Gifford, Jeanne Gifford, Robert Harter, Dorothy Hedenskog, Elsie Hopkins, Betty Ruth Horton, De Von Hutchins, Harriet Jackson, Beverly Kintxele, Martha Klein, Frances Lehl, Jean Lewis, John Henry Life, Ann Lininger, Barbara Lutz, Betty Lou Manus, Geraldine McCammon, Marcia Mclntosh, Ruth Murray, Augusta Newman, Margaret O'Kane, Barney Palangio, John Peregrine, Betty Phelps, Waldo Phillips, Betty Rahn, Norma Reeves, Ruth Reilly, Loretta Ridley, Wanda Schweninger, Marian Shotwell, Margaret Smith, Mary Frances Smith, Maxine Tabler, Virginia Titsworth, Eugene Waggener, Sybil Walters, Jane Watts, Don Whitlock, Dorothy Jean X 22 fu f i,. A K A , , A Q 'YCF ' af' H ,Jar ' may , 'ff'-4' 3337. Row one: Barra, Campbell- Row two: Crane, Darnell- Row three: Funk, Kunz- Row four: Lovato-Row five: Nealir-Row six: Ostrom, Shahan - Row seven: Stal- mann, Stanfield-Row eight: Williams, C. Williams, S. 'Y f 1, lv. af ,-1.15-,:.Q:e K , 1 L A if ' ' A Q . ... . OFFICERS Frances Funk Minnie Barra PIII SIGMA IUTH National Honorary Romance Language Society . . fr. . We bf ' ff ' lv--' Q we f I F 0 ffl? lx 4 .. A. 5 fin' "1 rg. ::, ,. H M, w 2 XC 9 ,L f. E - f -' 5 ly 0 .' - Q: My "- Wil' ' ' rl ,, ' 3' ' A" zr. A A ,,., ,. P "J 3 , A K , V W. , ' -M" a . - e - . P' ' U . aft' Glen , 1 9 f124fZ.21,f, "" ln ' " ,fx 7 1 W , m. , if-".lffrL'lL' ' 'C ' 0' vfirf r',.., 'g734vj - ., Y ffl- fi. . -xi: , fi: .- . ,. 7 , M - S. xv g .V ' x .1 -- ' Br: ,rgq-.43-3. 3, 1, 4' .A "-fm f M , . U ' . 'r . N MEMBERS Barra, Minnie Campbell, Jane Carlson, Signe Marie Charpiot, Jeanne Crane, Margaret Darnell, Minnie Falllco, Irene Funk, Frances Kunz, Donald Lovato, Lena Neahr, George Ostrum, Martha Shahan, Bernie Stalmann, Marcia Jan Stanfield, Mary Lou Williams, Courtland Williams, Sarah 5 265 OFFICERS Lynn Albers Leonard Savory Esther Marelius Harold Agnew PIDELTA THETA Local Honorary Mathematics Fraternity MEMBERS Agnew, Harold Albers, Lynn Bate, Arthur Bown, Oliver Buirgy, Mary Louise Butz, Charles Cibulka, Albert Clark, Wallace Cox, Cecil Coyle, Charles' Deutsch, Mike Dickenson, David Enarson, Joseph Epler, Mary Flax, Sol Foster, Thomas Francis, Gus Gow, Betty Hoover, Albert Jackson, Joe Jacobson, Marjorie Lewis, Jack London, Jack Mahony, Lewis Marchetti, Alba Marelius, Esther Martin, John Matuckey, Joe Morton, Donald Muia, Carmine Frank Needles, James Nitta, Roy Norlander, William Ridley, Thomas Savory, Leonard Schwalb, William Siegel, Art Smith, John Snyder, John Stanley, Maurice Townsend, John Watts, Elvin Watts, Richard Wells, Charles Whitacre, Homer f ' its 9 61 3 W- .'. 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',:,1 1, .Q 1 ei-xr ,fm...f 'OFFICERS Courtland Williams Marcia -Spaulding Jean Lehl P I li A M M ll -N U Naiional Social Science Fraierniiy MEMBERS Baer, Charline Danford, Anita Duboff, Florence Easterwood, Anno Fallico, Irene Fisher, James Flanigan, James Goldsmith, Paul Griffin, Omer Haines, Robert Halleck, Mary Jersin, Edward Johnson, Sterling ' Kaanta, Carter Lehl, Jean Mathless, Norma Jean McWilliams, Edward Moore, Penelope Phillips, Betty Prisner, Stanley A Riedel, James Samac, Pete Schwartz, Frances Spaulding, Marcia Suhr, Robert Toner, Mildred Walsmith, Henry Walther, Ethan Williams, Courtland 267 OFFICERS Bill Driscoll Ruth Glacier Dorothy Montgomery PIUNEER PRUMENRIIERS Local Square Dance Group MEMBERS Alexander, Nancy Baldwin, Adelaide Becker, Don Bennett, Jack Bergren, Paul Bullen, Marguerite Burritt, Constance Butcher, Jim Chandler, - Marion Crane, Margaret Culver, Florence Domenico, Adalaine Driscoll, William Eakridge, Tem Fox, Marian Francis, Gus Gebow, Howard Glaaier, Ruth Gow, Betty Grubb, Martha Guahurst, Mary Teresa Harvat, Joe Herriman, Nancy Hickiach, Jack Horn, Thelma Hunter, Edna Hyor, William Johnson, Warren Knorr, Jean Mahony, Lew Mayer, Jeannette McCoy, Mary Montgomery, Dorothy Rllling, Ray Roltea, Lorraine Ruth, Stephen David Ryan, Jean Pratt, Virginia Saxton, Harry Sclinackenberg, John Schnackenberg, Werner Shine, Clifford Stewart, Dick Tait, Jane Williams, Courtland Witherwax, Elaine Yost, Elaine Row one: Baldwin, Bennett, Bergren, Bullen--Row two: Butcher, Chandle r, Crane, Culver-Row three: Domen- ico, Driscoll--Rew tour: Eck- ridge, Fox-Row five: Fran- cis, Glasier--Row six: Gow, Harriman-Row seven: Horn, Hyer- Row eight: Knorr, Mahony-Row nine: Mayer, McCey-- Row ten: Mont- gomery, Pratt, Roltes-Row eleven: Ruth, Ryan, Saxton, Tait-Row twelve:' Shine, Williams, Witherwax, Yost. WwW..mt -7 V-V Row one: Albeen, Bergren, Bixby, Brown - Row two: Brown, Crane, B., Crane, M., Dolberg--Row three: Grand- iean, Hallock--iRow four: Harrington, Haynes--Row five: Henry, Hopkins-Row six: Hughart, .James -- Row seven: Kerr, KistIer- Row eight: 0'Kane, Lees-- Row nine: Miles, Miller-Row ten: Miller, Mills, Montgom- ery-Row eleven: Robertson, Robinson, ' Rose, SchaetzeI- Row twelve: Upton, West, K., West, W., Wltting. Q 'X OFFICERS J Charles Dolberg Omer Griffin Margaret Crane Dorothy Montgomery PIUNEER SKI CLUB Local Winter Sports Organization MEMBERS Albean, Itres Backstrom, Robert Bergren, Paul Bixby, Josephine Brown, Diva Brown, Martha Bown, Oliver Crane, Barbara Crane, Margaret Dolberg, Charles Grandiean, Hertense Griffin, Omer Hallock, Mary Harrington, Virginia Haynes, Virginia Heidbrack, Ralph I-lenry, Frances Hopkins, Virginia Hughart, Duane James, Millard Keeler, Robert Kerr, David Kistler, Jane Lees, Laverne McConaty, James Miles, Genevieve Miller, Harro Miller, Rick Mllls, Barbara Montgomery, Dorothy Moore, Penelope 0'Kane, Barney Robertson, Annette Robinson, Norval Rose, Betty Sehaetzel, Jackie Sehuereman, William Upton, Ernest West, Kay West, William ' Witting, Barbara Rosemary Whlte Hank Lopez Barbara Witting Burt Van Soest PRUSPECTUR CLUB Local English Society MEMBERS Berkens, Pauline Boyd, Malcolm Brenhard, Shirley Burkhardt, Dorothy Chambers, Nan Cole, Katherine Collins, Dorothy Cummings, Joyous Davis, Betty Dill, Evalyn Eaton, Patricia Edmundson, Betty Gould, Whitney Hall, Monte Hanton, Dorothy Harlow, Roberta Heller, Mesa Jackson, Beverly Johnston, Margaret Keinon, Mary Lopei, Henry McDowell, Dolly Va Murray, Augusta Nelson, Peggy O'Kane, Barney Oram, Auriel Parker, William Paul, Ralph Patch, Georgie Bell Peregrine, Betty Phillips, Betty Pottle, Mildred Scarborough, Jean Schorr, Bernard Scott, William Sidenberg, Lorraine Smart, Stanley Summers, Louise Titsworth, Eugene Trace, Arthur Trueheart, Eddie Jo Van Soest, Burt West, Kay White, Frances White, Mildred White, Rosemary Winchell, Elizabeth Witting, Barbara Wykert, Shirley Yeamans, Vanita rden pr 'rl ' , ani: 9 "fi: it aj 4 it 9 1 ' V YN J 3 - nz. 0 . il' " 1 " ' ' ' W ' P .A ,. W i -4131 l ' , 9 47,9 wi xy r ,slug ' ,nv -f 1 - f - M I -S 0 a. .. nk. 5 I l i in if ,rv ' Y X 4 -1 Q l l 9 lil: xi 2? Pi ,YB ' 2 4' 15 M7i"?5 ' . . ffilf , ' ' E if ,V ui? A ' ' A V I , Jig , , n ' 59 , y L ' my -I , . , f . I LV 9 v. ' ,iz ,li if f ' 'K P P 9' I UQ l' 1- B 2?-Q52 5' 5' e 2.2 Ee., Efiifi 3,555-5 3553 .. 22 5 Ei 3' if ' 'Tb .W 3 . ' A -- '23 .1 :"' I. 4 YM .. .ms .X 1 Q LS Q ' 7? 5- ea. tv- in i W . ,A 'X as .4 ,- 1 1 C- A 1 f Q4 1 .. 1 5. - A. f' :fare vw 'mf ., -, 1 A ci fi 'F sf.,.,1: 1. - f 4 fe' . ,f 1 l ra 1' -' . i P . mi so son--Row tour: Gould, Hall, I-lanton, Harlow--Row tive: Heller, Jackson, Johnston, Keinon- Row six: Lopez, McDowell, Murray, Nelson- Row seven: 0'Kane, Parker, Patch, Paul-Row eight: Peregrine, Phillips, Pottle, Scarborough-Row nine: Schorr, Scott, Smart, Sum- mers-- Row ten: Titsworth, Trace, Trueheart, Van Soest -Row eleven: West, White, F., White, M., White, R.-- Row twelve: Winchell, Wit- ting, Wykert, Yeamans. ly OFFICERS Dorothy Montgomery Anita Brown Cecil Cox Jean Lunkley I BILLING ATHLETIC CLUB Looal Women's Athletic Socieiy MEMBERS Baer, Charline Berg, Elinor Berke, Avis ' Brown, Anita Cox, Cecil Davies, Frances Falligan, Bette Glasier, Ruth Hallock, Mary Haney, Elaine Hopkins, Virginia Knauer, Mildred Lunkley, Jean Mclntosh, Ruth Montgomery, Dorothy Scarborough, Jean Spaulding, Marcia Swayxe, Muriel in Row one: Baer, Berg, Berke -Row two: Brown, Cox- Row three: Davies, Falligan -Row four: Glasier, Hallock --Row five: Haney, Hopkins -Row six: Knauer, Lunkley -Row seven: Mclntosh, Montgomery--Row eight: Scarborough, Spaulding Swayze. 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I Y, Q4 OFFICERS Mary Lewis William Olson Ann Balent James Riedel Mildred White STUDENT CHRISTIAN M ll ll E M E N T Student Christian Movement MEMBERS Adair, Albean, Albers, Alders, Anderson, Argo, Balent, Barra, Bauman, Beck, Beier, Berggren, Berke, Bollacker, Billmeyer, Boerner, Brainerd, Brown, Bradtke, Bunnell, Cadle, Calkins, Campbell, Capps, Carlson, Carpenter, Cass, Charles, Collins, Conine, Cool, Covlllo, Crabbs, Crisp, Crist, Crowds, Custer, Cuykendall, Davis, Davison, Decker, Downer, Easley, ' Epstein, Erickson, Erwin, Ewers, Fancher, Featherly, Fisher, Flanigan, Fletcher, Fox, Francis, Gast, Genrzler, Gillis, Glasier, Glass, Griggs, Guise, Guth, Hall, Hansen, Hanson, Hanton, Henderson, Heper, Holroyd, Hughes, Hugins, lnnis, Jackson, Jacobs, Jernigan, Johnsen, Kaanta, Keeney, Kehoe, Keinon, Kermiet, King, Kline, Lee, Lees, Lewis, Leyda, Lite, Linder, Lininger, Littrell, Lorenzen, Manna, Masuko, Matthews, Mauk, Maul, Mays, McConnell, McCoy, McDowell, McWilliams Melvin, Mickey, Miles, Moe, Montgomery, Moor, Moore, Morse, Moss, Mossman, Murfin, Myers, Nau, Nelson, Nordlohne, Nuncio, Ogle, O' Kane, O'Ksne, Okner, Olson, O'Neal, Palsnglo, Parsons, Patton,,Perklns, Phillips, Phillips, Powell, Pratt, Proctor, Prout, Randloman, Rankin, Raum, Raum, Reed, Reeves, Rhosds, r Ridley, Riedel, B 4 BP"HQ'lf,B9l?l'lP"f - .n ,fy yzpx.-irq 5 ,- YB nr-' ROHIOII, ROUSOIII Saunders, Savory, Rose, Rotolante, ' K Schnackenherg, n1Ruegnltz,-Sammens, X F sIlll!lGl!0lflbQig,, Schwarts, Shaeffer, Sharpe, Shotwell, Shipley, Simpson, Steele, Strumpfler, Saffil, Suhr, Swayze, Swayze, Tarr, Taylor, Thomson, Tiemann, Upton, Uyemura, Van Soest, Vetting, Vleck, Walker, Walters, Weyandt, Weyandt, Wheeler, White, Wier, Williams, Witherspoon, Wykert, Wurtz Row one: Argo, Balent, Bam- tord - Row twe: Beumell, Bruckman--Row three: Capps, Dill--Row four: Hughes, Jernigan--Row five: Johnson, Lewis - Row six: McConnell, Olson--Row seven: Phillips, Powell-Row eight: Riedel, Savory, Van Soest--Row nine: Vaughan, Weyandt, White. ,. g 1 q, .mr J If HF k ,K .WH ,L V Q-, 3.11.15 Row one: Anderson, Balenl' 4--Row two: Berg, Forza- Row three: Haney, Hickey- Row four: Horne, Morris- 'Row flvez Murphy, Robbins F-Row six: Scott, Wilson. OFFICERS Mary Murphy Richard Furze Elinor Berg William Anderson Tllll IHIPPA ALPHA Na+ional Forensic Fraiernuiy Y '32 U s- D If 4-3 'YA 4 'K' X :rg a ? iw , nf i,fiHiEi.'k at N2 ' G MEMBERS Anderson, William Balent, Ann Berg, Elinor Furze, Richard ' Haney, Elaine Hickey, Frances Horne, Thelma Morris, Robert Murphy, Mary Pring, Roy Robbins, Robert Scott, William Wilson, Avis .mv-,.-f.,----. -V+-N-,.-m.........,-,,...,.,..,, .......,..,,.,.W..M.v.w-..,..+,.,.,.-,....,,..-V+-,...+.,. ,J ..-,..-.,. ....- W W, OFFICERS Betty Felligan Frances Davies Cecil Cox Jackie Goodstein WllMEN'5 ATHLETIC Il 5 S Il II I A T I D N Local Women's Gymnastic 'Society MEMBERS Albesn, ltres Allen, Louise Baer, Charllne Beaeharn, Helen Berg, Elinor Berke, Avis Brown, Martha Cox, Cecil Davies, Frances. Dinner, Marguerite Dunn, Betty Durocher, Margaret Eaton, ,Patricia Falligan, Betty Gifford, Jeanne Glasier, Ruth Geodstein, Jackie Green, Betty Ann Grissom, Shirley Hallock, Mary Haney, Elaine Hess, Violet Hopkins, Virginia Jacobson, Margie James, Betty 276 Row one: Albean, Allen, Baer--Row two: Beecham, Berg, Berke-Row three s r Brown, Cox-Row four: Dav- ies, Dinner-Row five: Dunn Eaton-- Row six: Falligan Gifford-Row seven: Glasier I I I G e o d s t e i n--Row eight: Greene, Grissom, Halleck -- Row nine: Haney, Hess, Hop- klns. L Row one: Jacobson, James, Knauerw-Row two: Loeptien, Lorenzen, Lowenthal - Row three: Lunkley, Lutz-- Row four: Manus, Mayer-Row five: Montgomery, Molntosh --Row six: Rellinga, Sear- borough-Row seven: Smith, B.,,Srnith, M.--Row eight: Spaulding, Swayxe, Tait- Row nine: Thorne, White, Du White, My INUMENB ASEBUC Local Women's ATHLETIC IJITIUII Gymnastic Society MEMBERS James, Betty Lou Knauer, Mildred Kyle, Marilyn Loeptein, Juanita Lorenzen, Mavis Lowenthal, Kata lunkley, Jean Lutz, Betty Manua, Jerry Mayer, Jeanette McCoy, Virginia Mclntosh, Ruth Montgomery, Dorothy Pease, Betty Jane Rollings, Virginia Scarborough, Jean Smith, Barbara Smith, Maxine Spaulding, Marcia Swayze, Muriel Tait, Jane Thorne, Geraldine White, Delilah White, Mildred 277 OFFICERS Ethel McDanal Sally Morris Lorna Abbott Kathryn Ringsted wumzufs s'runr-:wr cnunnln-cummsncl: Local Commerce Women's Organization MEMBERS Abbott, Lorna Black, Ruth Davenport, Isabelle Epperson, June Horner, Beatrice Lininger, Marcia McDanal, Ethel Morris, Sally Ringstecl, Kathryn Roediger, Margaret Rylander, Dorothy 5- Row Row Row five : . SIX! one: Abbott, Black two: Davenport, Eppor Row three: Lininger- four: Mcbanal-Row Morris, Ringxtod-Row Roediger, Rylander. Row one: Axler, Bailey, Brown, Cox-Row two: Dav- enport, Dexter--Row three: Domer, Dubotf- Row four: Falligan, Harnmerich - Row tive: Howard, l'lubkey- Row alx: Jackson, James- Row seven: Johnson, Lewis -Row eight: Mcbanal, Mc- Intosh-Row nine: Morgan, Mullare-Row ten: Nether- l'0It, Peterson--Row eleven: Pierson. Rollings-Row twelve: Syler, Schwartz, Slfdulding, Wurtz. .: 45 'r:,,-'W 1 , - fn ,:2:'.sf fi- ,s:?'..m1 L ., , f ag' ' Q t - F- 1 4, '55 . 9 ' :ak- i ii' ,if . . .--- mf: .ff .4 .:, y U cfm J , Q. 1' ,t ggi, Y .W fu OFFICERS Betty Syler Annabelle Wurtz Rose Howard Virginia Rollings WllMEN'S STUDENT IIUUNIIIL-LIBERAL ARTS Local Campus Women's Organization C MEMBERS Axler, Marshe Bailey, Mildred Brown, Martha Chase, Betty Jane Cox, Cecil Davenport, Isabelle Dexter, Helen Domer, Naomi Dubofl, Florence Falligan, Bette Hammerich, Kathleen Hentschel, Ruby Howard, Rose Hubkey, Alberta Jackson, Beverly James, Betty Lou Johnson, Emily Lewis, Mary McDanal, Ethel Mclntosh, Ruth McGrath, Jean Morgan, Nancy Mullare, Elizabeth Netherton, Louise Peterson, Marie Pierson, Elogene Rollings, Virginia Syler, Betty Schwartz, Frances Spaulding, Marcia Wurtz, Annabelle ' !. -4 nk., " 9 as. v W . 'V' l W v ' ' E' ii i 3, 1 H A 1 f' ' 4- -i' fa 1 ' 11 279 - , ,I ,rf ., 1 ,--3,2-.11 f KT? L4 2 J , , Q ' ffff- wa' MIIUNELIISIUN This Royal Book of Wisdom has endeavored throughout its pages to present a truly aristocratic, pictorial and literary record of a fading way of life as it may be seen today only in the free and undefended land of America. It is the wish of the editor to acknowledge here in due humility the inestimable assistance rendered by the following persons in creating, compiling and per- mitting this book to reach the critical eyes of the University of Denver students. This forty-third volume of the Kynewisbok recognizes the following groups and persons: The Bradford-Robinson Printing Co., for their excellent cooperation in the photo-lith work. The Soderstrom Studios, for their expediency in obtaining portraits of the students. Charles Herzog, Graduate Manager of Publications, who acted as mediator and adviser. Elaine Haney, as assistant editor, managed typists, photographers, and com- pilers with true executive ability. Ruth Moore, as copy editor, introduced captions and copy patterned after popular pictorial magazines. Gil Good pasted and mounted all the organization and fraternity sections. The typing staff-included Helen Beacham, Elinor Berg, Dolly Varden Mac- Dowell, Joan Orpen, Kathy McElin, Betty Boerner, and Betty Lou Rosenthal. The photographers who contributed were Murray Smith, Bill Hyer, Dave DeHarpot, Bob Haines, Harro Miller, Doris Beck and Jack Twombly. nik' vit. Thanks are extended also to John E. Thompson, Carl Fracassini, and "Doc" Bidwell, for their lasting guidance, inspiration, and wholesome philosophy throughout the last four years and while issuing this book. DUREY G. RANCK, Editor 272, A Abbott, Alice - 25, 36, 230 Abbott, Lorna - 52, 207, 278 Abels, Jacques - 52, 244 Abernatha, Eugene - 36, 260 Ackegy, Maran - 36, 219, 237, 250, 253, 55 Acre, Lois - 52, 213, 237, 250 Adams, Bill- 70 Addicott, I. O. - 18 Agnew, Harold - 52, 231, 241, 261, 266 Ahern, Paul- 36 A. l. C. E. -233 A. I. E. E. -234 Albean, ltres- 60, 183, 269, 276 ' Alberg, Helen -38, 187, 247, 250, 253 Albers, Lynn - 36, 230, 266 Alldredge, Robert- 52, 84, 85, 233, 240, 248, 261 Allen, Dorothy - 60, 197 Allen, Louise - 70, 226, 276 Allen, Marion - 51, 52, 183, 232, 235, 239, 253, 255, 259, 263 Allen, Martha - 52, 197, 236, 255 Beacham, Helen - 60, 80, 81, 201, 239, 250, 2 Beatty, Beatty, 76 Jackie - 60 Edward - 36, 193 Beazley, Tyson - 60, 189, 242 Beck, Betty Lou - 70, 191 Beck, Doris - 70, 187 Beckley, Joe - 70 Beier, Robert - 60, 203 Beier, Ruth - 60 Belcher, Barbara - 70, 219, 250 Bell, Beatrice - 60, 250 Bell, C Bell, G ompton - 21, 86 ladys C. - 23 Bell, Harryet - 52, 213, 235, 250 Bender, Catherine - 52, 213, 243 Benjamin, Joseph - 36 Bennett, Jack - 52, 189, 268 Benson, Marjorie- 52, 183, 236, 255 Berg,2?2ior - 52, 219, 250, 255, 272, 275, Berggren, Phyllis - 60, 201, 263 Bergren, Paul - 70, 189, 268, 269 Berkei72vis - 52, 235, 237, 243, 250, Bruckman, Kathleen - 52, 197, 232, 235, 239, 244, 253, 255, 258, 274 Buchanan, Phyllis - 52, 209 Buck, Max - 70, 203 Buck, William - 61 Buckler, George - 36, 205 Buckner, Bernita -- 36 Budd, Elizabeth - 70, 197 Buell, Bob - 231 Bugdanowita, Robert - 61, 86, 223, 242, 244 Buirgy, Mary Louise - 36, 195, 250, 253, 266 Bullen, Frances - 36, 235, 249, 250, 268 Bumpus, Grace - 19 Bunger, Margery- 61, 201, 250 Butch, Edward - 203 Burk, Richard - 70, 217 Burkhardt, Dorothy -- 61, 270 Burns, Isabelle - 144 Burris, Barbara - 36 Burton, Frank - 61, 166, 167, 241 Bush, Margaret-52, 237, 256 Butcher, James - 61, 268 Butz, Charles- 52, 217, 234, 240, 261, 266 Byers, Robert - 52, 215, 258 Byrne, Maxine - 71, 183 Allman, Earl- 52 Alpha Gamma Delta - 183 Alpha Kappa Psi - 185 Alpha Lambda Delta - 235 Alpha Nu - 236 Alpha Sigma Chl-237 Alpha Xl Delta - 187 Amen, Betty - 70 Ames, John - 36, 166, 167, 230, 231, 263 Anderson, Arletta - 36, 243 Anderson, Dwayne - 70, 201 Anderson, Jerry - 157 Anderson, Leonard - 36, 233, 241, 262 Anderson, Marvin - 156 Anderson, William - 60, 203, 275 Andrews, Lessley -. 70, 185 Berkens, Pauline- 60, 199, 235, 239, 250, 256, 259, 270 Bernstein, Abe - 52, 211 Besser, Jane -TO, 213 Beta Gamma Sigma - 238 Beta Theta Pi- 189 Beyer, Vernon - 52, 185 Bianchi, Dorothy - 70, 201 Biddle, Lorraine - 60 Bidwell, Evelyn - 60, 187, 254, 259 Biggs, Virginia - 36, 255 Noble -. 36 Edward - 70 Binns, Birch, Bixby, Josephine - 52, 201, 239, 251, 269 C Cadle, Etta - 36, 183, 250, 263 Cahoon, Barbara - 71, 201 Calkins, Mary Beth - 71 Calkins, Mary Je'an - 36, 187 Callaway, Hugh - 71, 221 Campbell, Jane - 52, 245, 265 Cambell, Robert - 28 Capps, Loraine - 52, 201, 247, 274 Capstick, John - 36, 203 Carey, Alan - 52 Carlisle, Virginia - 69, 71, 187 Carlson, Don - 154, 159, 169 Anglea, Ralph - 94 Anthony, Shirley - 60, 207 APP, Mariorie - 70 Appell, Charles - 60 Applegate, Janice - 60, 128 Applegate, Lohren - 94 Archer, Albert - 70 Argo, Glen - 52, 247, 274 Aronoff, Bernice - 70 Asbury, Glenn - 52, 193, 203, 246 Ashe, Charles - 70, 211 Bixby, Lorraine - 60, 219, 250 Black, Berniece - 60 Black, Jay - 36 Black, Ruth - 60, 209, 213, 235, 259, 278 Blackman, Bob - 159, 171 Bloom, Edith - 60, 191, 239 Boal, LaVerne - 36 Board of Publications - B5 Bobrlck, Frank - 70, 223 Boehm, Leslie - 70 Boerne Bolend r, Betty -. 52, 219 er, Rodney - 70, 215 Bolshoun, Shirley - 70, 199 Carmichael, F. L. - 20 Carpenter, Edna - 52, 213 Carr, Gordon - 52, 261 Carter, Betty .lo - 71 Carter, Beverley - 61, 68, 213, 235, 243, 259, 263 Cartwright, Alton - 71, 217, 247 Cartwright, Barbara - 36, 250 Casssdy, Rosemary - 71, 213 Chamberlain, Margaret - 36, 253 Chamberlin, Jack - 61, 159, 203 Avis, Emellne- 36, 201, 239, 253, 255, 263 Avis, Hugh - 70 Axler, Marshe - Ayres, Alvah - 70 36, 199, 239, 244, 257, 279 Azar, Zachary - 70, 193 Backstrom, Harold - 36 Bader, Ross - 60, 193 Baer, Charline - 24, 36, 183, 255, 267, 272 Bahde, Lucille - 70, 250 Bailey, Mildred - 36, 213, 263, 279 Bainter, Daphne - 60, 213 Balnter, Robert - 70, 233 Baker, Roy - 60, 205 , Baker, Shirley - 70, 219 Baldwin, Adelaide - 36, 187, 236, 268 Belent, Ann - 52, 84, 201, 235, 239, 247, 253, 274, 275 Ball, Marion - 52, 213, 239, 243 Bolster, Elwood- 29, 31, 36, 120, 185, 231 Bondy, Douglas - 36 Bonomo, Francis - 60, 171, 217, 261 Boos, Margaret - 21 Botkin, Loreta - 70, 213 Bourke, Edward - 18, B4 Bowen, JoAnn -- 52 Bowles, Virginia - 60, 195 Bown, Ollver - 189 Boyd, Malcolm- 70, 247, 270 Bradley, Jack - 36, 88 Bradney, Delores - 60 Brainard, Betty - 70, 187 Brannan, Betty - 60, 68, 91, 143, 219, 259 Brauer, Virginia - 70, 186 Brawner, Hoyt- 36, 162, 163, 165, 203, 260 Braier, Peggy - 60 Brenhard, Shirley - 36, 84, 199, 239, 290 Brenimer, Jack - 52, 158, 171, 203 Brenimer, Bob - 52, 203 Brenkert, George - 36, 221 Brennan, Amber - 70, 201 Chambers, Nan - 71.1 213. 253, 270 Chandler, Marion - 71, 219 Charles, Esther- 52, 197, 247, 255, 263 Cheney, Melvin - 71. 185 Cherry, Clyde - 156 Chrismer, John - 71 Christensen, Elaine- 71, 209. 219 Christensen, Elouise - 38, 183 Cibulka, Albert-52, 233, 240, 2411 26 Clagett, Bott! - 61 Clarion - 8 , 83 Clark, Betty - 71, 189 Clark, Stuart-53, 158, 203 Clarke, Alice -- 18 Cliff, Harold - 53, 185 Clifford, Jean - 71, 219 Cline, Jewell- 71 Clinger, Dan - 61, 157 Cobb, Frances - 53, 245 Cochran, Betty - 71, 189. 250 Cocke, Marian - 61, 197, 247 Coed Journalists - 239 Cohen, Esther - 71, 191 Ballard, William - 36, 120, 189, 231, 244 Bamford, Paul - 60, 247, 261, 263, 274 Banks, Mary - 70, 219 Berger, Richard - 52, 165, 203, 231, 256 Barmatz, Ruth - 199 Barnes, Betty - 70 Barngrover, Ellowene - 60, 201 Barnholt, Richard - 70, 215 Barra, Mlnnie -- 52, 235, 245, 265 Barregggarbara - 52, 213, 237, 243, 250, Barthel, June - 60, 183, 237, 250 Bate, Arthur - 52, 185 Bate, Robert- 60, 233, 266 Bates, Bette - 60 Bauman, David - 52, 274 Baum, Oliver - 60 Bayley, Glenn -- 95 Brenner, Leon-36, 223, 236 Brewster, Charlotte - 36, 271 Briber Gar 60 217 r Y " 1 Brinkhaus, Mary Kay - 60, 197 Bremen, Leeta - 70, 209 Brooks, Betty - 70, 213 Brown, Anita- 36, 197, 237, 250, 252, 272 Brown, Bette - 60, 219 Brown, Betty L. - 70, 213 Brown, Chalmers - 60 Brown, Diva - 60, 197, 236, 245 Brown, Everett - 60 Brown, Martha - 24, 36, 219, 269, 276, 279 Brown, Ted - 60, 248, 261 Brown,'Virginia - 70, 195 Brownl ng, Gregg - 60, 165, 215 Brownne, Tillman - 61, 217 Cole, Katharine -- 61, 187, 247, 270 Harry - 38 Collier, Collins, Clem - 21 Clem Jr. - 53, 185 Collins, Collins, Dorothy - 61, 270 Collins, Virginia -' 61, 201 Colorado Society of Engineers - 240 Comnlllo, Marcella - 71, 195. 250 Conant, Kenneth - 61, 205, 247 Canine, Beverly - 71, 197 Conley, Shirley - 71. 201 Conwell, Dan - 168, 169 Cook, Betty Lou - 53, 209, 254 Cook, Carolyn - 61. 201. 239 Cooper, Nedra -- 61, 219 Cope, Edward - 71, 215 Cope, Ruth -.. 611 250 Covey, Betty Jean - 53, 86, 141, 219, 244 Covillo, Eileen - 207, 258 Cowan, Morell - 61, 193 Cox, Cecil- 38, 187, 235, 250, 253, 266, 272, 276, 279 Cox, Lona - 38 Coyte, Mable - 71, 209 Crabbs, Dick - 90 Craig, Dorothy - 38, 250 Crain, Madelyn - 61, 187 Cramer, Elizabeth - 71, 250 Cramm, Catherine - 53, 207 Crane, Barbara - 61, 197, 239, 250, 269 Cranei tgargaret- 53, 137, 219, 265, 268, 6 Cressman, Edmund - 21 Cressman, Ruth - 61, 197 Crim, Genevieve - 38 Crist, Dale - 71, 217 Croghan, Floramae - 61, 187, 259 Cronan, Virginia - 71, 209, 258 Crosby, Peggy - 53, 197 Cross, David - 53, 193 Cullen, Kathleen - 61, 197, 247 Culver, Florence - 71, 219, 268 Cummins, Joyous - 71, 219, 247, 270 Currigan, Marian -L 71. 201 Curtis, Schuyler- 29, 31, 38, 159, 185 Curtz, Marguerite - 61 Custer, Chester - 71 Cutler, Marjorie - 23 Cuykendall, James - 38, 260 Cuykendall, Ruth - 71 Dallimore, Jane - 28, 31, 38, 263 Dallison, Sam - 38, 215, 261 Dantord, Anita - 38, 243, 267 Daniels, Walter - 71, 205 Danks, Fern - 53, 213 Dansky, Jack - 71, 223 Danyew, Arthur -. 38, 170, 171, 271 Darnell, Minnie -53, 245, 249, 255, 265 Davenport, Isabelle - 29, 38, 121, 207, 232, 238, 276, 278, 279 1 Davidson, L. J. - 19, 85 Davidson, Ray - 61, 211 Davies, Frances - 38, 189, 253, 259, 272 Davis, Betty - 53, 189, 270 Davis, Harold - 61, 83, 211 Davis, Keith - 53, 241, 243 ' Davisson, Betty - 61 Davoren, Joan - 61, 207 D'Camp, Eleanor - 71 , 250 Decker, Verna - 71, 183, 247 Delta Chl - 241 Delta Lambda Sigma - 242 Delta Phi Epsilon - 190 Delta Sigma Pl - 193 Delta Zeta - 195 Demmer, Joan - 61, 225, 258, 259 Desserlch, Emile - 71, 203 DeTemple, Carl - 157 Detrick, Jack-26, 31, 38, 121, 205, 231, 233, 241 Dexter, Helen - 53, 195, 235, 237, 250, 256, 259, 264, 279 Dlamond, Melba - 71, 191 V Dick, Lloyd - 38, 240 Dickinson, David - 53, 236, 266 Die Lustlgen Deustchen -. 243 Dieter, Meribel - 71, 213 Dill, Evelyn - 61, 247, 259, 270, 274 DiLorenzo, Joe - 61, 90, 247 Dinner, Marguerite-61, 191, 245, 276 Disdier, Albert - 38 Dolan, Jean - 71, 201, 250 Dolan, Louis- 38, 193, 246 Dolberg, Charles-26, 31, 38, 189, 269 Domenico, Adalaine -38, 225, 237, 250, 258, 268 Domer, Esther- 53, 219, 243, 250 Domer, Margaret - 71, 219 Domer, Naomi- 48, 219, 279 Domka, Evelyn -. 53 Downar, Richard - 51, 53, 189, 243, 247 Downing, Wayne - 61, 215 Drama Club - 244 Draper, Melvin - 53, 205 Drew, Corinne - 53, 226 Driscoll, William- 53, 241, 256, 264, 268 Dryden, Robert - 53 Dubott, Florence- 38, 68, 183, 230, 232, 259, 263, 267, 279 Dubois, Ray- 38, 164, 165, 172, 205 Dutfner, Allen - 61, 193 Duttner, Lowell- 71 Dutty, Margery - 71, 247 Duke, Cooper - 38, 238 Dukes, John - 38 Dumars, Kenneth - 61, 256 Duncan, David Shaw - 7 Duncan, Douglas - 38, 215, 262 Duncan, Mark - 154, 156, 160, 161 Dunklee, George - 48, 231 Dunklee, Patricia - 61, 213, 237, 250 Dunn, Betty Jean - 61, 183, 276 Dunn, Ed - 173 Dunwoody, Dorothy - 71, 207 Durhang, Harry- 38, 179, 221, 243, 256, 4 Durham, Lorene - 61 duRoy, Robert -. 53 Durrill, David - 53, 233, 241 Duston, Harry - 38, 233, 240, 241 Dveirin, Helen - 72, 91, 191 Eaker, Ted - 72, 203 Easley, Ray - 72, 221 Easterwood, Anne - 38, 201, 236, 267 Eastlake, Chesmore - 38 Eastlake, Harriett - 61, 247 Eastlund, Raymond - 72, 185 Eaton, Patricia - 62, 213, 247, 258, 270, 276 Ebert, Charles - 69, 72, 185 Eckerdt, Albert - 62, 185 Edrnundson, Betty - 62, 270 Edwards, Gwendolyn - 38 Edwards, William - 72, 203 Ek, Beverly- 72, 201, 207 Ekblad, Kenneth - 51, 53, 185 El Club Espanol- 245 Eldridge, Clarence - 53, 217, 247 Elzi, Ernest- 169 Emry, Darwin - 29, 53, 185 Enarson, Joseph - 53, 205, 234, 261, 266 England, Dorothy - 72, 219 Engle, Earl - 85 Enochson, Richard - 72, 215 Ensign, Eunice- 59, 62, 213, 259 Epler, Mary- 62, 187, 245, 247, 266 Epperson, June - 38, 187, 207, 254, 278 Epping, Anthony - 38 Erichson, Virginia - 69, 72, 197 Ernst, Lillen - 53, 207 Erskine, Ernest - 38 Eskildson, Lloyd - 169 Eskridge, Thomas- 53, 186, 261, 268 Esslg, Mildred - 72, 213 Estlow, Edward - 53, 157, 170, 171, 203 Evans, Charles -- 53, 203 Ewalt, Jerre - 72 Ewers, Marilyn ..- 72, 141, 197 F Fackt, Elizabeth - 18 Falligan, Bette - 38, 183, 272, 276, 279 Fancher, Jeanne- 53, 183, 243, 247 Fasnacht, Roger - 62 Feddersen, Margaret - 201 Feld, Nathan - 72, 211 Fellln, Octavia - 38 Fetzer, James - 38 Flnnie, Doris - 38, 85, 201, 232, 239, 255 Fitzgerald, Cleo - 221 Fitzgerald, Mary Jane - 53, 219, 255 Fitzgerald, Mary Jo - 72, 201 Fischer, Max - 62 Fishel, Forrest - 19, 92 Fisher, James- 38, 185, 267 Fisher, Ruth - 62 Fishman, Harold --- 62 Flanders, Robert - 62, 215 Flanigan, James - 38, 267 Flax, Sol- 62, 226, 261, 266 Fletcher, Charlotte - 53, 219, 255 Fletcher, Ruth - 236 Fluckey, James - 72, 215 Forman, Ernest - 62, 223 Foster, Dorothy - 72, 187 Foste36.?ck - 53, 62, 158, 185, 233, 241, Fox, Marian - 53, 232, 249, 268 Fracasslnl, Carl - 20 Frame, Betty Irene - 72, 258 Frances, George - 62, 242 Francis, Gus - 38, 240, 241, 248, 262, 266, 268 Frary, Donald - 72 Frary, Richard - 62 Frates, Bob - 171 Frazier, George - 72, 258 Frazier, Thomas - 38 French, Warren - 53, 203, 233, 241, 262 Frenzel, Robert- 62, 203 Fried, Ben - 40, 179, 211 Fritz, Helen - 72, 250 Frohllck, Erma - 53, 195, 250 Fuller, Dale - 20 Fulkerson, Robert - 72 Funk, Frances - 40, 213, 255, 265 Furze, Richard - 72, 275 Fussell, Edward - 72, 217 G Gaerttner, Gertrude - 62, 189, 254 Gagnon, Jordan - 53, 193 Galbreath, Donald - 62, 234 Gamma Phi Beta -197 Garihan, Nan - 53, 209, 254 Garland, Dave - 169 Gast, June - 72, 183, 250 Gates, Caleb F. - 16, 17 Gatheridge, Florence- 54, 209, 254, 259 Gatseos, Georgia - 62, 226 Gebow, Howard - 167 Gibson, John - 203 Gibson, June - 62, 201, 207, 254, 258 Giesler, Allen - 62, 193 Gittord, Jeanne- 62, 213, 259, 263, 276 Gifford, Robert- 54, 154, 157, 160, 161, 169, 203, 263 Gilbert, Ralph - 54 Gill, Michael- 40, 234, 258 Gillis, Albert - 54, 217, 242, 261 Gillpatrick, Robert - 62 Ginn, Ralph - 40, 122, 185, 231 Ginsberg, Jerome - 62, 211 Glasier, Ruth - 40, 268, 272, 276 Glover, Alice - 72, 250 Gobson, John - 54 Goeritz, Fred - 40 Gold, Lester - 72, 211 Goldberg, Harvey - 72, 223 Goldblatt, Samuel- 54, 241 Goldman, Norman - 72 Goldsmith, Paul - 40, 230, 267 Goldstein, Jerome - 72, 211 Golin, Betty Lou --. 54, 191 Good, Gilbert- 54, 81, 203 Goodsteln, Jacqueline - 40, 255, 276 Gore, Shirley - 54, 183, 259 Gorman, William - 72, 215, 258 Gorrell, G. W. - 19, 230 Gorton, Ralph - 40, 193 Gould, Whitney - 72, 189, 270 Gow, Betty - 54, 187, 235, 237, 243, 250, 252, 266, 268 Grandiean, Hortense-62, 219, 245, 269 Grant, Bill- 62, 193 Grant, Robert - 62, 169, 221 Graves, Glen - 46 Graves, Jean - 62 Graves, Paul -25, 62 Gray, Bill- 169 Greek Council- 246 Green, Carolyn - 62, 187, 235, 254 Green, Harry E. - 72, 217 Green, Harry M. - 223 Greene, Betty - 72, 174, 201, 245, 276 ' Greer, Lorna - 62 Griffin, Frances- 62, 197, 247 Griggs, Beth - 54 Grisham, Mae Ellen - 62 Grissom, Shirley - 72, 219, 276 Guise, Maxine - 54, 236, 247, 258 Gunckel, Mary - 62 Gunning, Andrew - 62, 171 Gunnison, George - 62, 253 Gustatson, Russell - 40 Guthrie, Don - 54, 261, 264 H Haak, Lillian - 54, 201, 239 Hackstatt, Howard - 72 Hadley, Lola - 40, 271 Hahn, Robert - 40 Hailpern, Ben IT 61,z2gg3 261 Hail ern, aco -- , , n.a.l'.., noi,.,f-4o. sr, 91, 242, 244, 261 Hair, Verna Rose - 62 'A'l7"a'af,a ' L3 169 or , o - , Hin, cm.. -34, as, ao, 122, 154, 151, 161,165,169,189, 231, 234 Hall, Elizabeth -- 245, 270 Hall, Monte - 72 Hallock, Mary - 54, 219, 232, 239, 2531 259 267, 269, 272ag76 H , R. - H:r':r'Fl:FarlF,nKathleen - 54, 232, 235, 237, H , J - I HI.'iL'l',"Eu.,..2 l ss, ai, es, 219, 2:42, 219, 250, 255, 272, 275, 276 Hanks, Jerry - 54 Hansen, BettY - 72, 183 Hansen, Paul- 62 Hanson, Aliean - 72, 183 Hanton, Dorothy- 73, 247, 270 Hardin, Thomas - 62, 221 Hare, Joseph - 23 Harlow, Roberta - 63, 270 HsrmeIin',4ChTrles Har er, ar ee - I Hari1ngton, 1lirginia - 40, 197, 269 Harris, Jeanne - 73, 213 Harris, Mary - 63, 213 Harris, Ray- 63, 215, 261 l-larter, Dorothy- 54, 183, 235, 255, 263 Harvat, Joe -167 Harvey, Charles - 63, 221 Harwig, Doris- 73, 201, 209 Hatch, Ralph - 73 Hauswald, Edward - 54 Heylor, Julia- 63, 245, 250 Hayden, Leeon - 73, 185 Haynes, Dorothy - 63, 201, 254, 259 Haynes, Edward - 171 Haynes, Virginia - 73, 201, 269 Heacock, Richard - 63 Heaney, Carl - 40 Heaton, David .- 59, 63, 185 Hedenskog, Eva - 54, 263 Heggem, Dorothy - 63, 201, 239 Heggenberger, Bob - 167, 254 ' Heider, Walter - 73, 205 Hein, Morris - 73 Held, Marian - 54, 213 Heller, Mosa - 54, 191, 232, 239, 259, 270 Hellon, James-54, 215, 234, 261 Henderson, Margaret - 54 Henry,' Elisabeth - 40, 247 Henry, Rose Frances - 63, 197, 245, 269 Henry, Virginia - 73 Hentschel, Ruby-- 26, 232 Heper, Eleanor - 73, 197 Herriman, Nancy - 73, 183, 268 Herzog, Charles L. - 23, 30, 84 Hess, Violet - 63, 197, 250, 276 Heyer, Clarence - 73 Hickey, Frances - 40, 213, 275 Hickey, Peggy - 54, 213, 245, 258 Hicks, Jane - 54, 140, 197, 250, 255, 259 Hiester, Eileen - 54, 213 Higgins, John - 63 Higson, Charles - 27 Hilbert, William - 63, 193 Hildeargzn, Carol- 63, 183, 235, 237, 251, Hillencamp, Max - 63 Hillyard, Eileen - 54, 235 Hindlemann, Stanley - 40 Hinds, George - 40, 91 Hobbie, Jane - 73 Hockenberry, Arlyne - 40, 207 Hodges, Joe - 63 Hoffman, Milton - 40, 85, 169, 260 Hogan, Bob - 154, 156, 165, 173, 223 Hollingsworth, Patrician - 73 Hollingsworth, Ruth - 54, 187, 236, 243, 255 Holmberg, Dewey - 54, 205, 261 Holroyd, Helen - 35, 40, 183 Hoover, Albert- 53, 205, 261, 266 Hoover, Edward - 63, 203 Hopkins, Betty -- 63, 183 Hopkins, Virginia- 63, 183, 236, 263, 269, 272, 276 Hopper, Fred - 63, 241 Horn, Mildred - 40, 268 Horne, Milburn -- 73 Horne, Gertrude-40, 207, 275 Horner, Beatrice - 54, 207, 235, 246, 278 Horton, DeVon - 54, 263 Horton, Theodore - 63, 234 Houghton, Fred - 167 House, Philip -. 69, 73, 185 Householder, Mae - 54, 207, 235 House, Bob - 28 Howard, James - 40 Howard, Rose - 40, 213, 232, 235, 231, 251, 252, 253, 279 Howes, George - 54, 1119, 242, 241 Hubbard, Clyde- 153, isa, 165 Hubbard, Helen - 54 Hubbard. Shirley - 59, 63, zoo, 246, 254 Huber, Bill- 69 Hubkey, Alberta - 25, 54, 279 Huff, Hove - 13, 201 HU8hart, om. .. 13, 1s9, 269 Hughes, Bettyiune - 54, 201 Huvbbw Margery - 54, 241, 214 Hlllins, Eleanor - 73 Hull, Evelyn - 73, 219, 251 Humphreys, oar-are -- 40 l'l""'P1'YGys, Frances - 73 Hunt, Mariorie - 43, 187, 235 Hunter, Frank - 73, 221 Husband, Margaret - 63, 207 Huskinson, Edward - 73, 185 Hutchins, Carol- 87 Hutchins, Harriett-40, 91, 219, 255, 263 Huttner, Ruth -63, 68, 191, 239, 259 Hyer, William - 73, 189, 268 Hyslop, William- 18, 88, 89 independent Men - 248 Independent Women - 249 lnterfraternity Council- 178, 179 International Relations Club - 247 lnterschool Council- 31 Iota Alpha Pi- 199 lota Sigma Pi- 252 lsaacman, Edward - 54, 211 Isotopes - 250 J Jackson, Beverly - 54, 201, 232, 239, 247, 259, 263, 270, 279 Jackson, Joseph - 63, 165, 189, 266 Jackson, Theodore - 73, 211 Jacobs, Bob - 73, 203 Jacobs, Wintred - 73 Jacobson, Margie- 63, 251, 266, 277 James, Betty Lou - 63, 201, 235, 239, 259, 277, 279 James, Eleanor - 73 James, Millard-63, 221, 269 James, Volney --- 55 Jeifs, William - 40, 230, 236, 260, 261, 264 Jensen, Clefa - 63, 247, 267 Jernigan, Homer-63, 205, 247, 274 Jerson, Edward - 55, 258 Johannsen, Marcella - 73, 209 Johnson, Clyde - 40, 215 Johnson, Dwight - 40, 215 Johnson, Earl- 73 Knudsen, Raymond - 42 Kottoed, Elizabeth - 27 Konopka, William - 168, 169 Koontz, Doris - 64, 187, 247 Korbel, William -- 42 Kornteld, Lewis - 213 Kortl, Ruth - 73, 199 Koser, Irene - 64, 258 Koskoft, Stanley - 55, 189 Kramer, Louis - 55 Kramish, Morris - 64, 223 Krider, Phyllis - 64, 197, 251, 273 Krueger, Douglas - 73, 189 Kunz, Donald - 55, 189, 243, 265 L Laguardia, Clarence - 42, 234 Lamb, John -.. 64, 217 , Lambda, Chi Alpha - 205 Lamberty, Marianne - 55, 225, 258 Lancaster, Billie - 74, 197, 251 Land, Mariorie - 74, 213 Landrum, James - 74, 215 Langtelder, Norman - 74, 223 Lanning, Charles - 42, 256' Larson, Lester-42, 233, 240, 241 Lauterbach, Robert - 74, 289 Lawson, lrene - 42 Lee, Alice - 55 1 Lee, Virginia - 74 Lees, Laverne -- 74, 219, 269 Lehl, Jean - 42, 255, 263, 267 Leist, Janes - 74, 197 Leman, Edgar - 55, 243 Lenicheck, Ed - 74, 189 Lester, Robert- 35, 42, 185 Levitt, Louis - 64, 223 Lewis, Gwendolyn - 42, 230, 232, 263 Lewis, Jack- 42, 203, 230, 264, 266 Lewis, John - 42 Lewis, Marilyn - 74, 197 Lewis, Mary - 55, 201, 232, 239, 244, 255, 257, 274, 279 Johnson, Emily - 55, 225, 251, 279 Johnson, Harold - 55 Johnson, Mariorie Johnson, Mariorie D. - 55, 183, 274 L. - 63, 213 Johnson, 0. B. - 73, 215 Johnson, Robert - 63, 172 Johnson, rlrn 55 267 Ste ' g - , Johnson, Warren ... 167, 236 Johnston, Lois - 73 Johnston, Mac - 73, 189, 256 Johnston, Margare t - 40, 270 Jolesch, Edwin - 40 Jolly, Bill- 63, 215 Jones, Bill- 55, 172, 189, 242, 247 Jones, Dorothy - 40, 189 Jordan, Max -- 159 Jurich, Mik - 157, 160, 161 Justman, Robert- 40, 169, 185 K Kaanta, Carter- 40, 217, 247, 267 Kaplan, Maxine - 73, 199 Kappa Delta - 201 Kappa Delta Pi- 253 Kappa Sigma - 203 Katz, Stanley --55, 211, 261 Kaub, Frances - 63 Kehoe, Amy - 63, 195, 245 Keinon, Mary- 63, 235, 244, 270 Kelley, Kay - 55 Kelley, Sarah - 40 Kellogg, Dan - 40, 179, 189, 258 Kelly, Fred - 73, Kenna, James - 6 221 3, 90 Kennelley, Frank - 40, 205 Kerr, David - 73, 189, 269 Kerrick, Margaret - 40 Kersehner, Robert- 42, 215, 261 Ketchum, Ellison - 153, Keys, Lynn - 63, 205, 256 King, Donald - 63, 215 King, Mary Grace- 55, 213, 239 King, Patrice - 55, 201, 237, 243, 251, 255 Kinney, Bonnie - 63, 207 Kippur, Irving - 42, 211 Kirkpatrick, James - 55, 203 Kistler, Jane - 64, 219, 269 159,163, 165 Kittell, Jack - 260 Klausner, Aaron - 48 Kliss, Beth - 55, 197 Knauer, Mildred - 351 272, 277 Knight, Dorothy - 73 Knorr, Jean - 64, 99, r 211 209 42, 219, 235, 245, 140, 152, 213, 268 Knudsen, Marcelle - 73, 219 Leyda, Paul- 69 Life, Ann-74, 201, 263 Liley, Louis-42, 158, 169, 203 Linder, Marcia - 64, 197 Lindneux, Marcella - 64, 187, 254 Lindsay, Lorraine - 74, 209 Lininger, Barbara - 55, 201, 239, 255, 263 Lininger, Marcia-55, 219, 254, 278 Lininger, Virginia - 42, 207 Link, Joe -185 , Linkow, Edward - 42, 211 Linstedt, Charlotte - 74 Liradiis, Jim - 74 Littrell, Shirley -- 64, 197 Lobb, Myron - 42, 230, 260, 264 Lockwood, Margaret - 64, 213 Loeptien, Juanita -64, 68, 152, 225, 258, 259, 277 Logan, Dan - 74, 221 Logan, Shirley - 74, 187 London, Virginia - 74, 207 Longhart, Margaret - 50, 235, 237, 243, 251, 252 Lopes, Henry - 64, 245, 248, 258, 270 Lorensen, Mavis - 74, 219, 277 Lesh, Paul -- 64 Loudon, Jack - 64, 234 Loup, Bruce - 42, 233, 240, 241, 262 Lovato, Lena - 55, 232, 235, 259, 265, 273 Love, John -- 213 Lowenthal, Kata - 64, 191, 277 Lubchenco, Michael- 55 Lundberg, Robert- 74, 258 Lunkley, Jean - 42, 272, 277 Lusky, Sam - 74, 223 Lutz, Betty Lou - 59, 64, 251, 259, 263, 277 Lynton, Jerry - 64, 215 M Macaluso, James - 55, 203 Macaron, Freddy - 64, 193 Magnuson, Alice - 64, 209 Mahon, Francis - 55, 172 Mahony, Fred - 74, 189 Mahony, Lewis - 153 Mahony, Lewis - 59, 64, 189, 266, 268 Mahr, Orville - 55, 185, 231 Manassee, Irving - 42, 223 Mann, Cecil W. - 260 Mannix,dFranl:l- 55, :23i12g7, 258 M nstiel , Wi iam- 1 Minus, Geraldine - 64, 219, 263, 277 Marchetti, Alba - 42, 253, 259. 266 Marelius, Esther - 42, 187, 253. 266 Markowitz, Hilda - 42 Marrl, Martin Marian - 59, 64, 209, 235, 259 Ellen - 55 M.nmIJohn..a4,2s4,2ss Martin, Laura Fae - 64 Martin, Mildred - 74, 213 Martin, Richzrcll- 4:5 M t' , W n e - Miihlgsy Norma- 55, 191, 235, 239, 255, 6 Matthews, Emarene - 74 Matuska, Joseph - 42 Mauk, Jane - 55 Maxwell, Bert - 64, 203 Mayer, Jeanette - 74, 174, 268, 277 Mayer, .lean - 75, 219 Mayer, John - 64, 189 Mayo, Harriette - 74, 219 Mays, Maxine - 64, 237, 243, 251 McAdams, Victor - 42, 221, 261 McCammon, Marcia - 55, 213, 263 McCammon, Virginia - 74, 213 McCance, May-42, 244, 257 McCarthy, Betty - 42, 201, 251 McCarthy, John - 74, 217, 258 McCarty, Barbara - 74, 183, 247, 251 McConaty, Mary- 55, 213, 251, 253 McConnell, Merle - 157 McConnell, Taylor - 74, 274 McCoy, Gloria - 64, 245, 249, 258, 259 McCoy, Jack - 74, 221 McCoy, Virginia - 64, 183 McCoy, Mary- 74, 245, 249, 258, 268 McCoy, Rogers - 55 c rone Mar aret 51 55 209 254 247, 255, 257, 263, 272, 277, 279 M C , 9 - , , , McDanal, Ethel- 42, 207, 219, 278, 279 McDonald, Margaret - 64, 251 McDowell, Dolly Warden - 74, 270 McElin, Helen - 64, 201, 258 McElin, Kathleen - 74 McElin, Mary - 69, 74 McFarlane, Ida Cruse - 50 Mclntosh, Ruth -24, 31, 55, 99, 152, 232, McKeever, James - 55, 203 McKellar, Campbell- 74 McKelvey, Betty- 55, 201, 243 McKelvie, Aloise - 55, 207 MeKenney, Robert - 74, 217 McKinney, Ellen - 64, 235, 247 McNeilly, Sara - 64, 243, 247 McNutt, Betty - 42, 213 McReynolds, Mabelle - 74, 201, 251 McWilliams, David - 64, 172, 203 McWilliams, Edward - 24, 30, 31, 42, 123, 203, 231, 253, 260, 267 McWilliams, Robert - 42, 131, 231 Moore, Ruth - 34, 56, 80, 81, 142, 197, 251, 273 Morey, William - 42, 238 Morield, Rosemary - 56, 225, 258 Morgan, Phoebe - 75, 226 Morgan, Nancy - 42, 213, 232, 255, 279 Morris, Dorothy - 65, 201 Morris, Henry - 65 Morris, Phyldelias -- 42, 278 Morris, Robert - 45, 90, 123, 179, 203, 244, 251, 275 Morrow, Wilma Jean - 75, 219 Morse, Calvina - 75, 197 Mortar Board - 232 Mortensen, Merle - 65, 193 Morton, Donald - 56, 171, 205, 266 Morton, Jane - 65, 197 Morton, Lee - 56, 185, 240 Masconi, David - 44, 238 Mosley, James - 231 Moyer, Gerald - 44, 168 Mohnihan, Tim - 165, 169 Mu Beta Kappa - 256 Muia, Carmine - 65, 234, 266 Mullare, Elisabeth - 44, 197, 239, 258, 279 Muller, William - 65, 189 Munroe, Herbert -- 44 Muramoto, James - 75 Murlin, Roberta- 75, 183, 247 Murphy, Mary-44, 90, 230, 235, 239, 244, 275 Murray, Augusta-56, 201, 239, 255, 258, 263, 270 Murray, Dick - 165, 171 Murray, Elwood -21, 91, 260 Musick, Patricia - 65, 197, 247 Myers, Charlotte - 56, 144 Myers, Earl - 75 N Nastley, Sylvia - 65, 235 National Collegiate Players - 257 Nau, Josephine - 65, 183, 251 Naylor, Margaret - 75, 209 Neahr, George - 56, 242, 245, 248, 265 Neece, Howard - 44 Needham, James - 85, 231 P Panhellenic-Junior - 181 Panhellenic-Senior - 180 Parakeets - 259 Parker, Bill- 75, 221, 270 Parkhurst, Clement -. 44 Patch, Georgie Bell- 65, 213, 270 Patch, Patricia - 65, 195, 239, 251 Patch, Paul- S6 Patterson, Robert - 65, 185 Patton, Patricia - 65 Paul, Betty - 56, 219, 239 Paul, Ralph - 59, 65, 258, 261, 270 Paul, Wilson B. - 91 Pearson, Elaine - 56, 243, 249 Peel, Donald - 65, 185 Peng, Harry - 241 Penn, Walter - 56 Pennington, Darrell - 51, 56, 185, 246 Pepper, lra - 75, 211 Peregrine, Mary Elizabeth -65, 183, 236 263, 270 Perlmutter, Ruth - 65, 199, 245 Perry, H erbert - 44, 221, 242 Peters, Robert - 56, 185 Petersen Petersen , Marie - 44, 226, 259, 279 , Victor - 44, 247 Peterson, Gladys - 44, 56 Peterson Harold- 162, 163, 164, 165 Petersoni Maurice - 6 Peterson Pfau, Al 5 , Patricia - 65, 213 vin - 56, 215 Phelps, Waldo - 90 Phi Phi Phi Beta Kappa - 230 Chi Theta - 207 Delta Kappa - 260 Phi Epsilon Phi- 261 Phi Gamma Nu - 209 Phi Lambda Upsilon - 262 Phi Sigma Delta - 211 Phi Phi Phi lips, Don - 44, 244 llppe, William - 75 llips, Aleyne - 44 Needles, James-44, 234, 266 Neill, Frank - 65 Nellis, Louise - 65, 197, 247 Nelson, Hortense - 44 Nelson, Lois - 65, 201, 239, 251 Nelson, Peggy - 44, 213, 251, 270 Nelson, Roger - 56, 185 McWil Melnic llams, R. H. - 21 k, Gail-.42, 191, 244, 257 Melvin, Dolores - 74, 245, 247, 258 Melvin, Dona - 74, 247, 258 Melvin, Georgia - 74 Mentors-Commerce - 254 Mentors-Liberal Arts - 255 Mercier, Mary - 74, 209 Merrill, Donald - 42 Merry, John - 55, 193 Messenger, Helen - 64, 197, 239, 259 Meyer, Jean - 219 Mikesell, Frederick - 48, 189 Mikleb Miles, ost, Stanley - 75, 215 Genevieve - 64, 245, 269 Miles, James - 42, 179, 217, 264 Miles, Mary - 64 Miles, Virginia - 75, 197 Millensiier, Charoletta - 75, 201 Miller, Alfred - 75 Miller, Alvin - 55, 185, 256 Miller, Charles - 64, 193 Miller, Dan - 56, 185, 258 Miller, Douglas - 20 Miller, Hsrro - 64, 171, 217, 269 Miller, Harry - 75, 205 Miller, Helen - 64 Miller, James - 75 Miller, Marjorie - 65, 201 Miller, Miller Patricia - 65, 209, 225, 235, 258 Susanna - 75 209 225 2 1 , , , 58 Miller, Virginia - 56, 142, 213 Milligan, Jeanne - 75 Mills, Barbara - 75, 219, 251, 269 Milne, Ruth - 42 Mitchell, Floyd - 75 Moleen, George - 65, 205 Monberg, Virginia - 75, 219 monson, Allwin - 90 0"f90'MfY, Doroth - 42 219, 236, 251 268,269,272Y277 ' ' Monty, Don -. 65, 258 Moore, Frank - 65, 172, 203 Netherton, Louise - 44, 197, 259, 279 Newman Club - 258 Newman, Shirley - 75, 199 Niblo, Loyal - 23 Nicholson, Ruth - 56, 251, 252 Nidess, Daniel- 56, 261 Niedaghl, Elizabeth -44, 68, 219, 232, 254, Nielsen, Barbara - 65, 187, 254 Nitta, Roy- 56, 234, 240, 266 Noble, Beatrice - 56, 187, 235, 243, 247 Noble, Alan - 65 Norlander, William-44, 233, 240, 241, 266 Northway, Edward - 167 Norton, Carl- 56, 203, 233 Nuncio, Marguerite - 65 Nyswander, Edson - 56, 166, 167, 236 Nyswander, Reuben E. - 8 . 0 0'Dorisio, Ben - 56, 173, 258 Otfield, Fern - 44 Ogier, Eugene - 65, 189 Ogle, Dorothy - 65 O'Kane, Bernard- 35, 44, 242, 247, 248, 258, 263, 269, 270 O'Kane, Betsy - 44, 254, 258 Okner, Miriam - 75, 191 ' Olander, Herman - 65, 185 Oliver, James - 44 Olsen, Henry - 44 , Olsen, Lillie - 75, 209 Olson, Bob - 56, 217 Olson, Robert .-. 23 Olson, William - 51, 56, 231, 247, 261, 274 Omicron Delta Kappa - 231 O'Neal, Jeanne - 65, 183, 237, 251 Onstott, Frank C. - 23 Orange, James - 75 Ostrum, Martha - 44, 195, 265 Otis, Frances - 65 Outwater, Stanley - 65, 189 Phillips, Betty - 56, 183, 244, 255, 263, 270, 274 Philosophical Academy - 263 Phi Sigma - 264 Phi Sigma Iota - 265 Piccinati, Jay - 65, 203 Pi Beta Phi- 213 Pi Delta Theta - 266 Pi Gamma Nu - 267 Pi Kappa Alpha - 215 Pierson, Elogene - 44, 249, 253, 279 Pioneer Ski Club - 269 Pioneer Square Dancers - 268 Pira, Dorothy - 75 Pitkin, Charles - 75, 221, 247 Plunkett, Bob - 65, 203 267, Polly, Robert - 56 Potter, Henry - 75, 185 Potter, Patricia - 75, 201, 245 Pottle, Mildred - 65, 183, 270 Poulos, Fatina - 75, 209 Powell, Alma - 65 Powell Pratt , Dorothy - 65, 251, 271 lizabeth - 56, 183 , E Pratt, Lena - 75 Pra tt, Virginia -- 44, 249, 268 Price, Betty - 75, 209 , 274 Prince, Doris - 65 Pring, Roy - 179 Prisner, Stanley - 44, 230, 267 Proctor, Charles - 56, 203 Proctor, Evelyn - 75 Propst, Robert- 66 Prospectors Club - 270 Psi Chi- 271 Puckett, Cecil- 260 Puckett, Jack - 66, 186 Punshon, Chandler - 45, 189 Pyle, Peggy - 44 Q Qualls, Virginia - 66, 197 R . R k Dure -25, 31, 44, 80,131, 203, anc , y 230, 231 Randleman, Minnie - 66, 195, 236 Rashbaum, Reubin - 66, 223 Rathbun, Frank - 75, 215 Rawlinson, Harry - 66 Reagan, Duane - 75, 193 Recht, Albert -- 21 Reed, Joyce - 66, 251 Reed, Warren - 171 Reeves, Jean - 69, 75, 201 ima, Nancy -- 75 Reilly, Loretta - 66, 219, 263 Reiner, Clarence - 157 Reitemeier, Richard - 75, 217, 258 Reitz, Lona - 44, 243 Renaud, Etienne - Reynolds, Jane - Rhoads, Esther - 19 66, 197, 235 66, 197 Rhoads, Harriet - 75, 201 Richardson, Allen - 44, 233, 240, 241 Richter, Ranette - 75 Riddell, Robert - 66,155,157, 215 Ridley, Thomas - 44, 253, 261, 266 Ridley, Wanda - 66, 183, 263 Riedel, James - 56, 247, 261, 267, 274 Riedel, William - 56, 203 Riley, Bettie - 76 Rilling Athletic Club - 272 Ringsted, Kathryn - 56, 201, 232, 239, 254, 278 Robbins, Robert- 56, 205, 244, 257, 275 Roberts, Esther - 66, 209, 213 Roberts, George - 66, 193, 221 Roberts, Hi-66, 193 Roberts, Mary - 66 Roberts, Ray - 66, 213 Robertson, Annette - 76, 219, 269 Robertson, Blanche -- 76, 213, 245 Robeson, Mae - 76, 207 Robinson, Dorothy - 44, 124, 197, 230, 232, 235, 239 Robinson, Marion - 18, 87 Robison, Norval - 56, 189, 242, 269 Roche, William- 56, 171, 203 Rochford, George -- 44, 193, 215 Rodgers, James - 44, 233, 240, 241 Roedigglg Margaret - 29, 44, 209, 213, 254, Roltes, Lorraine - 56, 143, 213, 232, 268 Rolfes, Joanne - 34, 66, 219, 233, 237, 243 251, 259 Rollings, Virginia-44, 201, 277, 279 Rork, Jack - 22 Rose, Betty- 56, 197, 259, 269 Rosenstein, Alvin - 26, 211 Rosenstein, Audrey - 66, 199, 259 Rosenthal, Betty - 66, 81, 191, 239, 259 Roth, Clara - 44 Rothstein, Evelyn - 56, 199 Rowe, Betty - 66 Rudolph, Robert - 44, 211 Reugnitl, Virginia - 76 Rugg, Jack - 66, 221 Russell, Dorothy - 46, 183 Ruthzhggncy Ann - 56, 183, 244, 245, 253, Ruth, Stephen - 76, 268 Rutherford, Harry - 56, 221 Ryan, Jean - 76, 258, 268 Ryland, ,Charles - 46 Rylander, Dorothy - 56, 209, 232, 246, 278 Sackman, Ernest - 46, 238 Saferstein, Lillian - 46, 199 Saffil, Thelma - 76, 191 Sager, Ethel- 57, 207, 235, 254 Sailsbery, Frances - 76, 207 Saliman, Eleanor-66, 191, 235, 239 Saliman, Shirley - 76, 199 Samac, Pete - 46, 169, 260, 267 Sandberg, Richard - 57, 193 Sandburg, Donald - 66, 221 Sandburg, Richard - 46, 221 Sanders, Robert - 76 Sanderson, Florence - 76, 197 Sater, Marjorie - 76 Saunders, Adeline - 66 Savory, Leonard-26, 57, 231, 233, 240, 241, 247, 261, 262, 266, 274 Saxton, Harry -46, 233, 241, 262, 268 Scarborough, Jean - 57, 183, 270, 272, 277 Schaetzel, Jacqueline- 57, 219, 254, 269 Schochtel, Howard - 76, 21 1 Sfheffel, can -- 156, 160, ws, 169 Scherer, Betty - 76, 209 Scheuermann, William - 57 Schiller, Margaret - 57, 92, 232, 243, 249, Schwartz, Frances- 46, 191, 247, 267, 279 Schwartz, John - 95 Schweninger, Marian - 46, 263 Scott, Frank - 57, 159 Scott, Margery - 76, 213 Scott, Marion - 57, 219 Scott, Peggy - 76, 213 SWR, William - 46, 86, 244, 257, 270, 275 Seaman, Ted - 76, 193 Seidenberg, Lorraine - 66, 183 Self, Shirlee - 76 Severance, Mabel- 76, 207 Shabay, Vera - 66 Shade, Harry - 57, 159, 171, 203 Shaeffer, Josephine - 76, 183 Shaffer, Ednamae - 57, 195 Shahan, Bernie - 46, 92, 245, 265 Shapcott, Janice - 76 Shea, Carroll- 76, 213, 258 Sheda, Norma - 76, 258 Sheftel, Shirley - 66, 191 Shepherd, Shirley - 31, 46, 82, 124, 213, 230, 232, 249, 259 Sheridan, Dorcas - 57, 213, 251 Sheridan, Sally - 76, 213 Shine, Clifford - 57, 268 Shipman, Shirley- 66, 245, 251 Shotliff, Mariorie - 66 swarm, Robert - 46, 244, 257 Swager, Richard - 57 Swan, Dorothy Faye - 77 Swartz., John - 67, 189 Swayze, Ethel- 77, 183 swam, Muriel- 45, 183, 244, 245, 255, 257, 272, 277 Syler, Betty - 31, 46, 125, 219, 232, 253, 259, 279 T Tabler, Virginia - 46, 263 Tait, Jane - 57, 219, 251, 259, 268, 277 Tarr, Blanche - 77 Tasker, Walter - 67, 193 Tau Epsilon Phi- 223 Tau Kappa Alpha - 275 Taylor, Helen - 57, 201, 239 Taylor, John - 46, 67, 217 Taylor, Robert- 193 Taylor, Shirley - 57, 243 Tascher, Maynard - 46 Teschner, Ted - 258 Tewell, Bill - 67, 217, 242, 2 Thackrey, Richard - 77 45, 247 Thaler, Margaret - 67, 235, 243, 247, 2.51, Shotwell, Margaret - 66, 183 Shraiberg, Ethel- 46, 88, 191, 251 Shroyer, Franklin - 76, 185 Shuler-Templin Club - 273 Siegal, Arthur-46, 211, 234, 266 Sigma Alpha Epsilon - 217 Sigma Kappa - 219 Sigma Phi Epsilon - 221 Silverberg, Len - 66, 211 Silverman, Elaine - 57, 191 Silverman, Jack -- 46, 211 Simmer, Mary Louise - 76, 187, 251 Sittler, Nina - 28 Skinner, Charles - 46 Slay, Marvin - 76, 215 Smart, Smith Stanley - 76, 256, 270 Barbara - 46, 201, 277 Smith Elberton - 21 Smith, J. Murray - 48, 86, 257 Smith, Jean Dow - 94 Smith Jeanne - 57 Smith Smith Jem. - 45, 234, 240, 266 Louise - ee, 213, 236, 273 Smith Mary Frances - 66, 225, 258, 263 Smith, Maurice - 185, 219 Smith, Maxine - 66, 239, 247, 263, 277 Smith Patty - 76 Smith Smith Robert- 66,171, 217 Robert-57, 217 Snyder, Arthur - 76 Snyder, Miriam - 46, 213 Snyder, Pearl - 76, 213 Spano, Joann - 76 Spaulding, Marcia - 46, 183, 253, 267, 272, 277, 279 Spears, Norman - 35, 46, 185, 246 Squire, Marion - 76 Stalmann, Marcia - 46, 213, 255, 265 Stamm, Mary - 46, 253 Stanard, Robert- 66, 203 Stanfield, Mary Lou - 51, 57, 145, 213, 23 259, 265 Stanley, Maurice - 57, 66, 233 Starr, Dorothy - 76 Starr, Philip - 76, 221 Stavely, Dan - 165 Steele, Alfreda - 67, 201 2, 255, 258, 259 Schoene, Carol - 66, 183 Schoggen, Rosalyn - 57, 207 Schorr, Bernard -. Schott, Bob - 66, 66, 189, 270 186 Schroeder, Alice - 66, 207 Schroeder, Betty - 66, 183, 243 Schumaker, Bill- 158 Schuman, Robert- 45, 233, 236, 240, 241, 242 Svhwaftr, Cecil- 57, 233, 241, 258 Stella, Dick - 67 Stein, Melvin -- 46, 256 Steinberg, Bernadine - 67, 191 Stephens, Margery - 35, 46, 209, 219, 259 Stevens, Robert -- 76, 189 Stevenson, Vera Ruth - 46, 226 Stevenson, Ruth -- 76 Stewart, Arvel - 76, 217 St. George, Margaret- 19 Strumpfler, Margaret -- 67, 235, 239, 241, 243 Stoker, Margaret- 67, 201, 239, 243, 251 Stoll, Virginia - 48, 209 Stone, Marvin - 67, 223 Stone, Virgil- 57, 243 Strieby, Rob rt - 76, 189 Stromberg, Adele - 67, 201, 239, 251 Student Christian Movement - 274 Stuver, Edna - 76, 213, 251, 256 Sugarman, Sam - 157 Suhr, Robert- 57, 243, 247, 267 Summers, Althea - 67, 270 Sunday, Mark - 165 Sunderland, Joseph - 48, 215, 258 Sutliff, Sherman - 27, 30, 231 Sutton, Leonard - 27, 30 Suskin, Howard - 46, 179, 223, 234, 240 258 Theander, Harry - 57, 185 Theta Phi Alpha - 225 Theta Upsilon - 226 Thomas, Charles - 50 Thompson, Chester - 67, 159, 171, 203 Thompson, Marilyn - 57, 207 Thompson, Virginia - 67, 219, 237, 251 Thompson, Franklin -- 57, 172, 189 Thorn, Richard - 57 Thorne, Geraldine- 77, 251, 277 Threlkeld, Harold - 260 Thurston, Dyce - 57, 215, 256 Tiemann, Dorothy - 77, 197 Tiller, Morgan - 169 Tilly, James - 57, 189 Tilsley, Wade - 77, 221 Titsworth, Eugene - 67, 263, 270 Toburen, Larry - 157, 179 Toffler, Anne - 67 Toner, Mildred - 46, 267 Torgesen, Robert- 67 Townley, Tommy - 67, 193 Trace, Arthur - 77, 221, 270 Trevorrow, Dora Lee - 57, 213 Trout, Owen - 46, 234, 236, 240 Trueheart, Eddie Jo- 57, 145, 201, 259, 270 Tulley, Mary Louise- 77, 213, 245, 258 Turtle, Peggy - 67, 197, 254 Twongaly, George - 46, 189, 230, 256, 261, 64 Twombly, Jack - 77, 189 Tyler, Milton - 57 Tymczyssyn, Joe - 94 U Upton, Ernest - 46, 189, 234, 240, 241, 269 Uyemura, George - 46 V Vallere, Marie - 51, 57, 207, 235, 254, 258 VanDersarl, Edward - 67, 241 VanDeWege, Irma - 77 VanSoest, Bert - 67, 248, 270, 274 Vaseen, Eleanor- 46, 230, 271 Vaughan, Margaret - 67, 274 Vaupel, Harry - 77, 203 Veltrie, Rosemarie - 67, 258 Vessegsglera - 46, 197, 235, 237, 251, 252, Villano, Bertha - 57, 207 Vivian, Charles - 57, 185 Vleck, Joseph - 57, 244, 257 VonChermendy, Clarice - 67, 213 Votaw, Alta - 77, 195 W Wertz, George - 58, 243 West, Bill- 77, 189, 269 West, Kay - 58, 201, 259, 269, 270 Weyandt, Ford -- 77 Weyandt, John - 58, 244, 257, 261, 274 Wheeler, Evelyn - 67, 251 Whitacre, Homer- 58, 205, 233, 241, 261, 262, 266 Whitaker, Baird - 67, 171, 203 Whiteaker, George - 20 White, Cliff- 170, 171 White, Delilah - 77, 183, 277 White, Frances - 77, 201, 251, 264, 270 White, Mildred- 58, 183, 239, 255, 270, 274, 277 White, Rosemary - 77, 213, 258, White, Stanley - 58, 217, 256 Whitlock, Dorothy - 58, 236, 263 Whowell, Eleanor - 195 Wickham, Donald - 77, 215 Wier, Jack - 58, 261 Wiering, Henry - 77 Wilcox, Dick - 58, 185 Wilkinson, Earl - 58 Willbank, Arline - 77 Willbanks, Edward -- 48, 185 Williams, Courtland - 31, 48, 99, 253, 261, 265, 267, 268 Williams, Dorothy - 77, 219 Williams, Ernest - 58, 243, 256 Williams, Maurice - 260 Williams, Sarah - 48, 245, 265 Williams, Thomas - 77 Williamson, Dick - 173 Willingham, Eugene - 78, 234 Wilmore, Kenneth - 67, 217 270 152, 247, Wilson, Avis - 48, 201, 253, 275 Wilson, Bob - 165, 169 Wilson, Eugene - 77, 189 Wilson, Florence - 48 Wilson, John - 77, 217 Wilson, Powell- 173 Winchell, Elizabeth - 58, 197, 245, 270 Winchester, Norman -- 94 Winkler, Husted - 77, 189 Winner, Lorraine - 67 Withers, Frances - 77, 197 Witherwax, Elaine - 77, 219, 268 Witting, Barbara - 58, 219, 267, 270 Wogrin, Frances - 77, 209 Wolbert, Mary Virginia - 48, 225, 230, 235, 253, 255 Wolcott, Roger - 18 Women's Athletic Association - 276 Wemen's Student Council- 278-279 Woodford, Jack - 58, 193 Woodman, Margaret - 77 Woodson, Jim - 59, 67, 185 Woodward, Charles - 159 Woolman, Helen - 77 Woudenberg, John - 131 Wright, Bob - 159 Wright, Warren - 48, 215 Wurtz, Annabelle - 48, 125, 183, 232, 244, 253, 257, 279 Wyer, Malcolm - 21 Wykert, Shirley - 67, 201, 270 Wyman, William F. - 22 Y Yeamans, Vanita - 67, 197, 23 273 Yost, Elaine - 48, 268 Young, Hersey - 154, 158 Young, Peggy - 48, 197 Z Zarlongo, Vincent - 67, 258 Zeidenfeild, Alvin - 48 Zoitlin, Eugene -- 77, 223 Zenick, Joe - 67, 211 Zingg, Robert - 20 Zobel, Henrietta - 19 6, 245, 270


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