University of Denver - Kynewisbok Yearbook (Denver, CO)

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To This end we realize Thar every college aclivily offers us an oppor- lunily fo learn lfiow lo become beller Americans. Qur Universily is 'reaching us lo live in a world ar war and preparing us for living in a fulure world of peace. Lei us always remember 'rliai ours will be a "VICTORY THROUGH EDUCATION." fsmff EDITOR-IN-CHIEF FRANK H. MCJGRE, JR. Assistant Editors Lois Cole Dolly Varden McDowell Art Editor i Billie Naylor Photographer Maurice Sobol M4 dlwnf University . . . IO Administration . .20 Pioneers . . . 38 Classes i. . . . 44 Queens . . 76 Activities . . . 86 Fraternities. . . I42 Crganizations . I9O olifube Photograph hy David DeHarpor1' JM cflflewaoviawq Melvin M. Coleman, x'39 L. Morrell Cowan, x'43 Commerce Schuyler M. Curtis, B. S. '4l Ralph Edward Dobrusky, x'42 William A. Ebert, Jr., x'4O Donald Perry Evans, x'38 Conrad Jefferson Farr, x'39 Fine Arts Baxter Leroy Ireland, x'34 William Halstead, x'44 Joseph Philip Johnson, A. B. 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'fix X rm , J 4 --ii. s X X L X L , ' '4 9,1 x Tv'- OVYGVYQGYCG ., D Nr K .'q Y . c I X 1. , H K, 'KA, - Qgeabevs of lean-nCn5 1 if ir ir H' ADMINISTRATIQN J ffl?- Q4 Wo1'b fo tba Kg!-ubenfs The craving oT mankind To learn and To aTTain higher levels oT knowledge has always been characTerisTic oT civilized socieTy. This is The mosT imporTanT reason Tor The enduring qualiTies oT educaTional insTiTuTions. Wars come and peace Trea- Ties are made, buT universiTies conTinue ThroughouT The ages. UniversiTies-True universiTies-have never changed in Their essenTial obiecTives-The search Tor TruTh. They vary in Their emphasesq They are oTTen made The Tools oT special inTeresTs: buT They conTinue To be The nurseries OT new ThoughT abouT The welTare oT conn mon man. T UniversiTies have a sacred duTy To preserve The heriTage oT Tree people and To mainTain The digniTy oT The individual. The people oT China believed ThaT The seeds oT learning were so imporTanT ThaT scholars were Torbidden To join The army, and The universiTies were moved Thousands oT miles inTo The inTerior oT China in order To re-esTablish in relaTive securiTy The cenTers oT learning which PresidenT Chiang Kai-shek TelT were The seeds oT hope Tor The posT-war era. lT seems clear, ThereTore. ThaT universiTies dedicaTed To pushing ouTward The TronTiers oT knowledge and allowing men and women To discover The TinesT in Them- selves are increasingly imporTanT in an age when The invenTions oT man can be so readily Turned To desTrucTion insTead oT being employed in The inTeresTs oT human happiness. Today There is a war To be won. "And ouT oT This sTruggle musT come a world ThaT holds no reins on opporTuniTy." The UniversiTy oT Denver will conTinue To oTTer young people an opporTuniTy To search Tor TruTh ThroughouT These years oT world conTlicT, and dedicaTes iTselT To keeping alive The undying Tlame oT learning. Very sincerely yours, DEA S The larqesT school oT The UniversiTy, Liberal ArTs, is headed by Dean Edward J. Allen. Under his capable leadership ArTs has carried on iTs TradiTional acTiviTies wi+h True Pioneer enThusiasrn. Busier Than ever wiTh his duTies as regional ORA. direcTor, Clem Collins sTill Tound Time To be Dean oT The School OT Com- merce. Farinq beTTer Than The oTher schools of The UniversiTy during The war, The School OT Engineering, under The guidance oT Dean Clarence N. Knudsen found iTselT repre- senTed by more conscienlrious sTudenTs Than ever before. 'Ci V' Dean Roger l-l. Wolcoll conlinued 'ro lead lhe Law School wilh his well-lcnown legal elli- ciency. The school found ifsell considerably smaller This year, buf lhose who remained agreed lhal lhe work was as sfill as ever. 'FFQQV Dean Malcolm G. Wyer is iusrly proud of The graduafes of 'rhe School of Librarianshipg lhey have a remarkable record of success no'f only here in Colorado buf Throughoul lhe enlire counrry. Because many graduale sludenls aflend 'rhe UniversH'y The year around, wilh an especially large affendance during lhe summer quarler, Dean Allred C. Nelson acls as dean of bofh lhe Summer School and lhe Graduafe School. E s-w ssss cs -v----..,,.i,,,,,,-, DEAN OF WOMEN ln lhe Dean ol Women's ollice all lhe complexily ol "schedul- ing" is encounlered. Miss Bell logelher wilh Mrs. Gemmill and Palsy Palch are lhe ones who have headaches because col- lege sludenls have such a hard lime nnalcing up lheir minds. ln addilion lo her regular meelings wilh Women's Sludenl Council, Panhellenic Council, and olher sludenl groups, Miss Bell had lo preside lhis year al several meelings ol lhe women slu- denls wilh represenlalives ol lhe Waacs, Vvfaves, and Ma- rines. PERSONNEL DIRECTOR C. l-larold McCully had lo merge his dulies as Direclor ol Sludenl Personnel wilh lhose ol lhe Dean ol Men when Dean Lawson was called inlo service wilh lhe navy early in lhe lall. Mr. McCully slepped in on lhe all-lime hard iob ol keeping col- lege men slraighl on lheir rela- lionship lo lhe armed lorces, whichhe did by holding group meelings, giving lesls, and hav- ing individual conferences. l-lis ollice probably gained lhe dis- linclion ol being lhe busiesl ol- lice on lhe campus. " P . ' f"9 '.- M- ' ". K .af as T . -1 e . . Q. . M- Z ,Z j , 7 Q A is l, i W ax. f- 3 ,N Q- 5 1. .. N cv- .V ' 'fue ' .X R -Q., 23' -Tfgwfwzg. W s. ,, .1 'ft' ' . ',,-n.n. 'f. K' 1 4, ,,. I l is" 'r , i 'in . ir ' i-H5999 if I .,,.,, A ri I D ,. T. - I Q, A 5 in 'I' - -N, L ' , Y, , 'sz Q., g . N -4 v, A - . - - s I --ff . of . , , s ' f ,jf I ' 'ij' f f ' iv- I t x - T45 .YL-T W. F. Wyman-As school Treasurer he lcnows where The money goes and he rnalces The budgeT bal- ance. Jack Rorlc-As purchasing agenT he has encounfered all oT The diTTiculTies oT prioriTies-no small Tasli. Marjorie CuTler as Regise Trar is The one person who clearly undersTands "cred- iTs," "hours" and "de- grees" and she manages To lieep The records STraighT. F. C.. OnsToTT-RegisTrar and AssociaTe Dean aT The School oT Commerce. Charlie Herzog manages The mosT popular building on The campus-The Slua denT Union- and is al- ways a good man To have around. Joseph Hare-Mary Reed Library's well iusTiTied rep' uTaTion is due To his hard worlc and TalenT. D. Delp-l-le handles The Tigures, accounTing Tor all The Tinancial TransacTions OT The UniversiTy. Loyal Nibloe-FraTerniTy men and organizaTion Treasurers lfnow him well, Tor he leeps all oT Their accounTs. R. P. McDonough-As secreTary oT The Alumni Associalion he Tollows D. U. graduaTes all over The counTry and The world. Harold Threlle-ld as Direc- Tor of Admissions and l"lacemenTs helps Teachers and sTudenTs geT The jobs They are besT TiTTed Tor. I .W mi . .N N .. aux., . x ,. YQ cl ' - ..- 1. gi' ? 7 'F ef- rf- ' . .A . 'nf' T QW' sr 2 -c 4 QV 1' lg--w I I .- V 'J' A A-la Q . ,Em ' v 5 4-4' T5 . U 3 L in ' -,v. . . , ,. L- - .,.,i...---.-- i . ' , ' . ' 1 1 . F ' ,,.0"" .yggdg--" . - Mx- , l 5"i , . " Twanll-""'. ,,..,,...- ,Q J . . V. u ' , X ff N 'H' . - ' - i - A3 U 1 ' ' -- . .4w..f- 'v .s " '. . ' V . r ,nl ,,,.,.m-s--45" - .,,. 4- .1-X, a . .....- . A U . ' .4 . J 1 4 ' 5 "- u . , . . A A + . I3 1 - ' - - -Af." g',..,.,:.. ' ' f ai , . . 3 ' " i ,Q -ya "-z: ' , 1 - ...,. . .....- - ---- x-in K' t - . x. g 1 , ... School of Liberal Pxrls and Sciences presidenl, Ted Commerce presidenl, Dave l-lealon, headed all Brown had 'rhe dilliculf job of inlerpreling and en- Bizad sludenls. These officers assisled him in forcing lhe conslilulion. Those who aided him were producing a forceful caoinel comprised of Margarel' Shirley Liffrell, vice presidenli l-lelen Messenger, Naylor, vice president Lorella Reilly, secrelaryg secrefaryq and VVhiTney Gould, lreasurer. and John Mohar, Treasurer. SC OCDL FFI ER 'L Upper lell: School ol Engineering under Lew Ma- honey, presidenf, held irs own alrer being divorced from School of Science. Lew had capable assisfanrs in Charles Coyle, lnlerschool Council represenra- live, and secrefary Frank Burron. Upper righf: The very professional School Librarian- ship elecled Rulh Sprecher as ils presidenl, and her official slaihl Margarer Roche, vice presidenlg Mary I ' ' Wheeler, secrelaryg ano Marlorie Jacobsen, rreas- urer. did an eilicienf job. Lower: Barrislers-fo-be, rough few in number, were well represenled by Bob Milchell, 'rheir president Hard hir by The dralr fhey had a well organized body wilh Frances l-liclcey, vice presidenlg Michael Reidy, secrelary, and Richard Furze, lnferschool Council represenfafive, if 'Q + f" F ,, A ,, 3' , . S :wtf X A 4 Q . -u 5, " .- 'f . s - ..., -, 'wk 5 , v -F 1 u , 'sw mx , Q -' ' " fi 53. iw .6 Q F N , .qw V nv' a ,S 1 'I ,, S H Km . w Q fits , 'Q ff 1 , ' Auf. is 9- A 'll V Q .- 5 'N' Q--i i Q uv ' YQ 5 A, U ' Q , A ,Nu :la 1 ,, : , ' vs Q I-. ,. x an ,,, .X 4 cam as ,, ,h L , I 5 if lflvf I J" fv!'i'1D. Of' ' I . ' f - el L . qxhi N. 3"i'5'iiii' 1' if " 'wgtswif 'L qv? f 5? 'gym + i. fig. 3 1 N s 513. .' . 5 V' Q4 i P + vga sb L0 , 1 5 x 1. g liisaitliiil if ilQS'i2' lu '.,e,Qx xx: Jiglix 43, ' QQ' ww ff 'Q -A i x., ' Y ra x gp,,v.qn:i?dN .-v 1, .F ' fn' 'Nyc 1, ii. " 'Q 'A '-'P' v, Q' ,,Q.g , - . i w we 'if '-"-if-5 Q A A 0 ,gi - . 5,-earn'-A15 ,Q ' - , J-55 , ,.,: 1 1, J f, .':f::" j.- xxx., .T V , 4, f -,fi- ' A pigiixi 'ii,g,A:,, QQ, -42,55 ' , .4 - - . -.P ' -V , .kc ' 'B ' ' 4 -f' V :gf-Y fwizffjy B-'f ' X .4 ' bt X ' N ' fE,3"l rl -W j Dr, Fred D'Amour's domain is flue Ref l-louse . . . lnfernaiional Relaiions and Social Science Foundalion are Ben Clierrinqlonfs lioloby . . . Lilreable Professor Rullw Holzman will correc+ your English . . . "I wonder which-band or physics?" says "Doc" Hyslop . . . Dramafic presenfafion ol liislory occupies l.. W. Scl'ioiield's lime . . . "Any free lime," Dr. Floyd Sampson, Direclor of Religoius Aclivifies. ., rf 1 ,L rlllliff M---3 la f ' an L I .Ill . boil Happyego-luclcy Dr. Dave Duncan, Clwemisfry Professor . . . Economics, Social Science, and minisfry occupy Professor W. E. Silces . . . Professor A. W. Rechl divides his fime befween campus and observalory . . . Execulive Secrefary of llme Chancellor Evelyn l-losmer knows all . . . "Any marriage problems class?" aslcs R. N4cWilliams, Sociology Professor . . . Arr Educafion Professor Nichols is seldom seen wifliouf her dog "Paf+y". 31 fr M555 .... ,gm C. Harold McCully car- ried on The posifion lell vacanl' by Dean Lawson. -4 -- 4 I . l Kynewisbolc edifor, Franlc Moore, alfhough an ex- officio member, fool: an acfive parl in meelinqs. 32 TER-SCHOCDL CCDLINCIL Ted Brown, Presidenf of Arrs and Sciences, pre- sided al 'the bi-monfhly meerings. gf Joe Dil.orenzo, Manager of Demonsfrafions. a+- 'rended meerings as an ex-officio member. ' , . A . Q-- if, 1 v. .. gl' - , ' , , Q, Q xg av g X ,1 I 'J Q 1 0 I ? Q , ,J s 1. ,- ,Q "2-5. I. , " ' 'L :Yak - I Dave l-lealon represenled +he up and coming infer- esl of Bizad sfudenls. Frances Melrose affended all 'rhe meelings wifh an eye 'ro a scoop, or al leasf a slory. wi, 'Ds vp'- The School of Engineering was represenfed by capa- ble and pleasanl Lew Ma- hony. if -Q ' 2 'Y "nb 1-.'-. W L'-, 'ii-' ' . . if. C- ir Q flffilf .-. -f " ' V '07 rg ' ' 'JF I' Q 1 X I- Charlie Herzog was pres- enf wilh good sound ad- vice gleaned from several years of experience. lnlerschool Council meels every olher weelc 'ro discuss school business, which is surprisingly voluminous. Each school of lhe Universily has a represenlalive lor each lhree hundred sludenfs wifh a minimum of +wo, one of which is lhe presidenl of lhe school. lnlerschool Council of '42-'43 will be remembered for 'rhe sludenl legislalrive 'body il crealed 'ro provide beller rep- resenlalion of sludenls, which Then proceeded To fry To vole Jrhe lnlerschool Council oul of exislence. The meelings are open 'ro lhe sludenl body and reporls of fheir proceedings are published in fhe Clarion. 'T-is. "Qu: 1 ftl k l-larry Vaupel was 'rhe official represenlalive from lhe downlown campus. Ea us. X .. - . 'Y Q is ns'-a . 5... 'NL 'ss'- w-,mu Bob Mifchell represenled lhe inleresl of lhe small, buf aclive, School of Law. I 'ff H I. :zu-ns: I Ilia 9' 'P-T..-?' Charles Coyle was active in voicing rhe feeling ol 'rhe School oi Engineering. '5h"i'Wi i"'0'i Q ' ' ., " fwfv A . . L',,T9",1s-, X, N e Richard Furze was repre- senlarive of legal opinions and wishes al' Council meelings. L l iz ,, 3 A -' :V ' 'IM li 1 1 z' fa . f x RS. lvlarion Coclce was Wom- en's lnlerschool Council represenlalive and was a very aclive member. Eunice Ensign, Associaled Women Sludenfs' Presie denl, expressed The opin- ions ol Pioneer women. 1 Paul Barnlord was official represenlalive from lhe campus and spolne his mind +ac+iuIly. i Rulh Sprecher represent ed The inferesfs of fhe School of Librarianship. 33 Sealed: Louise Srnilh, secreiary, Eunice Ensign, presidenl, Palsy Paich, lreasurer Siandinqz Doroihy S+eele, lvlargarei Carlelon, Dorofhy Powell, Jane Dismani, Helen Messenger Shirley Liilrell, Doris Beck, Marjorie I-luni, Pai Wilherspoon, Juanila Loepfien, Dorolhy Gebhard Kaye Duncan WOMEN'S STLIDE CCDLINCIL LIBERAL ARTS Led by Eunice Ensign as Presiclenl of The Associafed Women Sfudenfs, Women's Slu- clenl Council mel every olher Wednesday fo discuss sludenf policies and 'ro make plans for such Things as ihe A. W. S. banquei and dance. WOMEN'S STLIDE CCDLINCIL CCJMMERCE Commerce Associafed Women Sludenrs were led by Presidenf Ru+Iw Black and flue rep- resenlaiives of Jrlie sororiiies and organizafionsg regular meefings of flue Sludeni Coun- cil were held To derermine policies and solve sfudenr problems. Lorene Ellwridge, Erma Weaver, secreiary, Belly Sclwroeder, lreasurer, Lorelia Reilly, Ruin Blaclc president Virginia Lee, lvlargarel Naylor, Ramona Lewis, Nancy Reid, viceepresidenf, Bealrice Buch holz A-4, 4 ln a l-louse A discussion Roy McViclcers ac+s as clwairman while Palsy Palcli 'fakes noles. Those discuss- ing are, fron+ row: Lowene Lord, Jean l-larris, Rosalie Gray, Elaine Willwerwax, and Adele, Slromberq. Back row: Rullw Schlanqer, Marion Anderson, Marcella Cadwell, Marion Currigan, and Jaclcie Frosl. LEGISLATI E ASSEMBLY USE Afler a qreal deal of con+roversy 'l'l'lG Legisla+ive Assembly was Founded 'mis year: Hs purpose is To promofe sludenl exercise of democraric procedure and +o provide an organized means of expression for campus opinion. l'-louse "A" is composed of repre- senlafives from sludenf organizalions sucli as fraferniries, sororilies, and The independ- enfs. . war?" f House B of 'rhe Legislalive Assembly meels under fhe direclrion of Be++y Jean Wells in the absence of Leland Jones, chairman. Orabel Smith fakes +he minu+es. Those discussing fhe business af hand are, fronlz Bob Norlhup, Juanila Loeplien, Don Maclniosh, Doro+hy Powell, Marian Manzerq baclc: Pal Wilherspoon, Bonnie Carlson, June Kunse, and Edith Welle. LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY HOUSE B l-louse "B" is composed of represenlafives of The schools and deparlmenls of The Uni- versily. This year several proiecfs were underlalcen by Jrhe Legislalureg invesfigalion of The school radio program was insfiluled, sfudenl-facully friendship was improved. and plans for a new conslilulrion were discussed. Many "ho+" discussions were held al lhe regular weelcly evening meelings. eabevs o fovnovvovv -if-kt PIONEERS PI EER lg' ' """'1L "x5i"'?,'K"f"'fi ' 'W--9 M 5 i 'Q Q 0 . '-,, .9 5 S 's.'h-., 's .N ., '- Q,Q'.j""--.. + 5 'Qlq 'f.,'r.,f'w."v . 'sg' QVMQX "Q, 'n..s"v..is.' .L-N'-.'5s. '1.. .Q. .,'...:sNs-L: .q:,-.-vgsil:-.N--.. '-4: 'T-'T -36: - I?-1-I-4. -v-.,iv -Q A.,-ness.,- 1,,L'n.?f.f., "s.?"m n"'0 , Lak-QQ' ..'- 3' Q, ' '1.?'1QQ'-Q , Q U., ' N V -. - -., -Q, AY! QQ-,"' vm ' Wir'-. 17457 n..,, A . .ww -4-:fy " V wilw Ted Brown A sincere chief execuffive as campus sfudenf president whal wilh lhe many new compli- cations fhal came during The year. Brown was an aclive independeni, and pforninenl in dramafics. gl H W' . ,J -9 , s, - Eunice Ensign Inleresled and capable in 'rhe acfivilies where women were concerned, Eunice was oulsfande ing as a leader of coed governmenl. The in- lricacies of A. W. S. were ably handled by Ensign. Ruth Black Armed wiih nafural charm and aioiiiiy, she suc- ceeded as presidenf of Commerce Associafed Women S+uden+s. Black was an avid Com- mercife and candidafe for May Day Queen. Lew Mahoney Quiet unassuming in all ihai he parficipaied Lew served unselfishly in school aiiairs. As Engineering School presidervr and 0. D. K. prexy he was one of fhe campus governors. 'Pl PI EER llxifi X Marion Cocke A champion of women, Cooke repuesenled lhe women on lhe weekly radio program, Campus Vandals. She orlicialed as presidenf ol Pros- pec+ors, and lnlerschool Council represenfa- five for women s+uden+s. Q .. '41 fa f J ' x .x L. Dave Heaton "Ideal Man of lhe Schools" was dubbed on Dave by The women sludenrs in a confesr. l-leafon pu? business before pleasure as presi- denr of Commerce and lnlerschool Councillor. Paul Bamford Ross Bader Well lilced by all, and lcnown as a doer, Paul Mainfained con+ac+ wi+h lhe campus lhrough served on many campus aclivilies. lnlerna- his column in fhe Clarion as Commerce Edilor, 'ional Relafions received his conslam' suppor+ and +ried +o exfend his influence as a member as president and he served on lnlerschool of fhe Board of Publicafions. Zouncil. 1 f'-' M -.ou-nv-ff 1 f 'K A1 - f ".. I ' ., T-xx-L -, ,jr af, , 43' I- .- 1061 ' i ,, 5 Q ' I. Y eavninj to Luilb A Leffevyvovlb iririr CLASSES S NICDRS ASS GF I943 Oliver Bown and Margaref Thaier were Presidenr A+ COmmGFC9 Sid Arnold and RUTH Black as and Vice Presidem of The Senior class on The P"e5'demL and Vice Presidefd kepf We Bilad gampug, seniors in prominence. "' 5 'aff' ,QB- firm '3- M i Seniors, as never beTore, realized This year ThaT They musT prepare Themselves To meeT an uncerTain TuTure-a TuTure which will require consTanT readiusTrnenTs. Theirs is a challenge never beTore meT by graduaTing college sTudenTs and They realize ThaT Train- ing in college is going To sTand Them in good sTead. They have made a good record boTh scholasTically and socially during Their Tour years: They have lived up To The TradiTions oT Their Alma MaTer and have led The way Tor Those who were Tollowing Thern. The graduaTing class oT i943 is deTermined To meeT The problems oT The TuTure as wise leaders and ThoughTTul Tollowers. MBFTOFTS J-Ol'If'lSOl'1 6f'vCl Bob Wilson The posi- Senior SeCreT,3ry and Treagurer 5+ Comme,-Ce Tions of campus SecreTary and Treasurer were LoreTTa Reilly and MilTon Tyler. ff in T Row one: ALBEAN, ITRES: Denver: Arts: Alpha Gamma Delta: Pioneer Ski Club: R.A.C.: W,A.A. ALLEN, HARRY: Denver: Arts: Phi Sigma Delta: Clarion: Delta Lambda Sigma: Drama Club: International Relations Club: Pi Gamma Mu: S.C.M.: Tau Kappa Alpha: D.P.A.: Forensics APPELL, CHARLES: Denver: Commerce: Kappa Sigma APPLEGATE, JANICE: Denver: Arts: National Intercollegiate Flying Club Row two: ARNOLD, SIDNEY: Denver: Commerce: Sigma Alpha Epsilon: Alpha Kappa Psi, President: Treasurer of School of Commerce: Chorus: President of Senior Class: Commerce Commission: Greek Council: Omicron Delta Kappa: Phi Beta Sigma: Phi Epsilon Phi BADER, ROSS: Englewood: Commerce: Delta Sigma Pi: Commerce Commission: Phi Epsilon Phi: University Men's Press Club: Clarion: Board of Publications BAMFORD, PAUL: Denver: Arts: Interschool Council: Inter- national Relations Club, President: Omicron Delta Kappa: Phi Epsilon Phi: Philosophical Academy: Pi Gamma Mu, President: S.C.M.: Campus Commission: Men's Counselors BARKER, ELVER: Newcastle, Wyoming: Arts: Phi Delta Kappa: lnteraracial Fellowship Row three: BARTEE, EVELYN PECK: Phoenix, Arizona: Arts BARTEE, ROY: Phoenix, Arizona: Arts: Phi Sigma BARTHEL, JUNE: Denver: Arts: Alpha Gamma Delta: Alpha Sigma Chi: Isotopes BATCHELDER, ERNEST: Denver: Commerce Row tour: BATES, BETTY: Denver: Arts: Sigma Kappa: Mentors: Pi Delta Theta: Pioneer Ski Club: W.A.A,: Pick and Hammer Club BELL, BEATRICE: Santa Fe, New Mexico: Arts: Iota Alpha Pi: Isotopes BERKENS, PAULINE: Denver: Arts: Alpha Lambda Delta: Alpha Sigma Chi: Coed Journalists: Iota Sigma Pi: Isotopes: Mu Beta Kappa: Parakeets: Phi Sigma: Pi Delta Theta: Phi Beta Kappa BIDDLE, LORRAINE: Canon City, Colorado: Arts Row five: BIRD, BETTY: Denver: Arts BLACK, RUTH: Denver: Commerce: Pi Beta Phi: Phi Gamma Nu: Alpha Lambda Delta: A,W.S. President and Treasurer: Board of Governors: Mortar Board: Panhellenic Council: Parakeets: W.A.A.: Women's Student Council BLANKENSHIP, FRANCES: Tuscumbia, Alabama: Arts: W.A.A.: BLOOM, EDITH: Denver: Arts: Delta Phi Epsilon: Clarion: Coed Journalists: Panhellenic Council: Pi Gamma Mu Row six: BONOMO, FRANCIS: Denver: Arts: Sigma Alpha Epsilon: Band: Omicron Delta Kappa: Orchestra: Phi Beta Sigma: Phi Epsilon Phi, President: Phi Lambda Upsilon: Assistant Manager of Demonstrations BOWN, OLIVER: Denver: Beta Theta Pi: President of Senior Class: Intertraternity Council: Omicron Delta Kappa: Phi Beta Sigma: Pi Delta Theta: Pioneer Ski Club BRINKHAUS, MARY KAY: Denver: Arts: Gamma Phi Beta: Mentors: Philosophical Academy: W,A.A. BROWN, TED: Denver: Arts: Board ot Governors: Campus Commission, Independent Men: lnterschool Council: Omicron Delta Kappa: Phi Beta Sigma: Phi Epsilon Phi: Pi Gamma Mu Row seven: . BURKHARDT, DOROTHY: Denver: Arts: Gamma Phi Beta: Prospector's Club BURTON, FRANK: Denver: Engineering: A.I.C.E.: Secretary of School of Engineering: Delta Chi: Phi Beta Sigma: Pioneer Promenaders: "D" Club: Wrestling BUTCHER, JAMES: Denver: Commerce: Beta Theta Pi: Commerce Manager of Demonstrations: Commerce Commission: File, Com- merce editor: Phi Epsilon Phi: Pioneer Promenaders, President: Intramural Athletics CADWELL, MARCELLA: Denver: Arts: Delta Zeta: Alpha Nu: Chorus: El Club Espanol: Isotopes: Panhellenic Council: S.C.M.: W.A.A.:' Pick and Hammer Club: Student Legislature Row eight: CARLSON, DON: Denver: Arts: "D" Club: Football: Basketball COCKE, MARIAN: Denver: Arts: Gamma Phi Beta: Women's Student Council: Campus Commission: International Relations Club: lnterschool Council: Prospector's Club COLLINS, DOROTHY: Ely, Nevada: Arts: Kappa Delta: Clarion: Coed Journalists: International ,Relations Club: Philosophical Academy: S.C M. COLVIN, MARY JEAN: Denver: Arts: Kappa Alpha Theta RS Row one: CONANT, KENNETH: Englewood, Arts, Lambda Chi Alpha, Phi Beta Sigma, Tau Kappa Alpha, ODS, COOK, THOMAS: Espanola, New Mexico, Commerce, Alpha Kappa Psi COYLE, CHARLES: Denver, Engineering, A,l.C.E., Campus Com- mission, Delta Chi, lnterschool Council, Omicron Delta Kappa, Phi Lambda Upsilon, Pi Delta Theta ERANE, GAIL: Denver, Arts, Kappa Delta, Mentors, Prospector's lub Row two: CRESSMAN, RUTH: Denver, Commerce, Gamma Phi Beta CURRY, MARGARET: Trinidad, Colorado, Arts DAVISSON, BETTY: Pueblo, Arts, Drama Club' Kappa Delta Pi, International Relations Club, Schuler-Templin Club, S,C,M., Pick and Hammer Club DEAL, NORMA: Harcourt, Iowa, Arts Row three: DEMMER, JOAN: Denver, Arts, Theta Phi Alpha, Drama Club, National Collegiate Players, Newman Club, Panhellenic Council, Parakeets DI LORENZO, JOSEPH: Denver, Arts, Manager of Demonstrations, Delta Lambda Sigma, Drama Club, International Relations Club, lnterschool Council, National Collegiate Players, Omicron Delta Kappa, Phi Epsilon Phi, Tau Kappa Alpha DISMANT, JANE REYNOLDS: Denver, Arts, Gamma Phi Beta, Alpha Lambda Delta, Kappa Delta Pi, Mentors, President, Women's Student Council DUNKLEE, PATRICIA: Denver, Arts, Pi Beta Phi, Alpha Sigma Chi, Campus Commission, Iota Sigma Pi, Isotopes, Mortar Board, Women's Student Council Row four: DUNN, BETTY JEAN: Denver, Arts, Alpha Gamma Delta, El Club Espanol, Kappa Delta Pi, W.A,A. A DURHAM, LORENA ESTER: Raton, New Mexico, Arts, Kappa Delta Pi, Drama Club DUROCHER, MARGARET ELIZABETH: Denver, Arts, Delta Zeta, Isotopes, Pioneer Ski Club, R.A.C., W.A.A., President, Women's Student Council DURRILL, DAVID COLEMAN: Denver, Engineering, A.l,C,E,, Delta Chi, American Chemical Society Row five: EDMUNDSON, BETTY JEAN: Pueblo, Librarianship, Die Lustngen Deutschen ENSIGN, EUNICE GAY: Denver, Arts, Pi Beta Phi, A.W.5,, Presi- dent, Board ot Governors, Campus Commission, lnterschool Council, Mortar Board, Parakeets, Women's Student Council, Junior Princess EPLER, MARY: Eaton, Colorado, Arts, Alpha Xi Delta, EI Club Espanol, Kappa Delta Pi, Mentors, Phi Sigma Iota, Pi Delta Theta, Schuler-Templin Club ESKILDSON, LOYD RICHARD: Denver, Arts, "D" Club, Baseball Row six: FABLING, DOROTHY MAE: Denver, Arts, Gamma Phi Beta FISCHER, MAX H.: Denver, Commerce, Alpha Kappa Psi FISHER, RUTH GERALDINE: Denver, Arts, Alpha Xi Delta, Pick and Hammer Club FISHMAN, HAROLD SAMUEL: Denver, Commerce Row seven: FLAX, SOL: Denver, Engineering, Theta Epsilon Phi, A.l.E.E., Phi Epsilon Phi, Pi Delta Theta, Sigma Pi Sigma FLETCHER, RUTH MARGARET: Woodland Park, Colorado, Arts, Alpha Nu, Mentors FLORES, JOSEPH LUPE: Denver, Arts, Band, Independent Men, President, International Relations, Orchestra, Phi Beta Sigma, Phi Delta Kappa, Pi Delta Theta, Phi Beta Kappa FRENCH, VANITA YEAMANS: Denver, Arts, Gamma Phi Beta, Alpha Nu, Band, El Club Espanol, Isotopes, Kappa Delta Pi, Orchestra, Phi Sigma Iota, Schuler-Templin Club, Prospectors Row eight: FRENCH, WARREN E.: Denver, Engineering, Kappa Sigma, A.l.C.E., Band, Delta Chi, Die Lustigen Deutschen, Orchestra, Phi Lambda Upsilon, American Chemical Society GALBREATH, DONALD HOWARD: Pagosa Springs, Colorado, Engineering, A,l,E.E., Band, Pi Delta Theta GARLAND, DAVE THOMAS: Denver, Arts, Newman Club, "D" Club, Baseball GARLOCK, RUTH: Joplin, Missouri, Librarianship I +36 ana- 6: Qi- xx gn. 2 6 Qi- 5? Y L . 5.1, '-.fr C7 ax 'R- X ,- 5- 5 .34 .v Q 6- I 1 Y Y 3' l vein' AG: K- 'St I' 'V' N"nl m 35 kt' Q ,.-9 E' f- R6- Alf. ,f-4, 5 T Qui S .N 'x Q sz G? Ir ' 3 if To ,"u IRS Row one: GATES, BETSY CORINNE: Denver, Arts, Alpha Gamma Delta GIFFORD, JEANNE: Denver, Arts, Pi Beta Phi, Mentors, Para- keets, Philosophical Academy, W.A.A., Prosepctors Club, Phi Epsilon Phi Sweetheart, "D" Club Queen GUNCKEL, MARY ANGELINE: Colorado Springs, Arts, Isotopes, Kappa Delta Pi, Phi Sigma, Pi Delta Theta, S.C,M, GUSTAFSON, RUSSELL: Denver, Engineering, A,I.E.E., Colorado Society ot Engineers, "D" Club, Phi Epsilon Phi, Pioneer Ski Club Row two: HAGE, DONALD H.: Denver, Commerce HAIR, VERNA ROSE: Denver, Arts, Alpha Chi Omega, A.W.S. Vice President, Kappa Delta Pi, Mentors, Philosophical Academy, President, Prospectors HARLOW, ANNA ROBERTA: Denver, Arts, Phi Sigma, Prospectors HARRIS, MARY ALICE: Moline, Illinois, Arts, Chorus, Drama Club, Mentors, Lamont Singers Row three: HARRIS, RAYMOND B.: Denver, Arts, Pi Kappa Alpha HATCH, RUTH CAROLYN: Gunnison, Colorado, Commerce, Sigma Sigma Sigma, Delta Omicron HEATON, DAVID: Denver, Commerce, Alpha Kappa Psi, Manager of Demonstrations, PBcTard of Governors, Commerce Commission, President, Interschool Council, Board of Publications, Omicron Delta Kappa, Phi Epsilon Phi, president, Who's Who Among College Students HEIDBRAK, RALPH LESLIE: Denver, Engineering, A.l.E.E. Row tour: HERBST, HARVEY RAYMOND: Borger, Texas, Arts, Pi Kappa Alpha, Drama Club, National Collegiate Players, Phi Epsilon Phi HILDERMAN, CAROL ANN: Denver, Arts, Alpha Gamma Delta, Alpha Lambda Delta, Alpha Sigma Chi, Isotopes, President, Mortar Board: Mu Beta Kappa: Parrakeets, Phi Sioma HODGES, JOSEPH W.: Silver City, New Mexico, Commerce mOglX MARYELLEN: Denver, Arts, Bible Research Club, S.C.M., Row five: HOPPER, FREDERICK WILLIAM: Denver, Enineering, A.l.C.E., Delta Chi, Phi Lambda Upsilon, Pi Delta Theta, American Chemical Society HOTCHKISS, GLADYS ELEANOR: Denver, Arts, Alpha Gamma Delta, Isotopes HUNT, MARJORIE EVELYN: Denver, Arts, Alpha Xi Delta, Alpha Nu, Mentors, Women's Student Council HUNTER, EDNA MARGUERITE: Denver, Arts, Independent Women, Vice President, Orchestra, Pioneer Promenaders R ' 1 JXNCf5B,S0N, MARJORIE: Denver, Arts, Pi Beta Phi n JENSEN, CLEFA VELDEN: Denver, Arts, International Relations Club JERNIGAN, HOMER L.: Longmont, Colorado, Arts, S.C.M., Tau Kappa Alpha, O,D.S. I I JOHNSON, MARJORIE LAY: Denver, Arts, Pi Beta Phi, Secretary of Senior Class, Kappa Delta Pi, Mentors, Mortar Board, Women's Student Council, Student Legislature Row seven: KEENE, BETTY LEE: Denver, Arts, Kappa Delta, Prospectors KENTOR, FRANCES: Lidi, California, Arts KLASSEN, EDITH MAXINE: McPherson, Kansas, Arts, Alpha Gamma Delta, Isotopes, Panhellenic Council, Schuler-Templin Club, W.A.A, KLINE, DOYLE: Albuquerque, New Mexico, Arts, Clarion, Kynewisbok, Space, Editor, File, University Men's Press Club, Board of Publications Row eight: KOONTZ, DORIS BERNICE: Belle Fourche, South Dakota, Arts, Alpha Xi Delta, Isotopes, Kappa Delta Pi KRAMISH, MORRIS E.: Rawlins, Wyoming, Commerce, Beta Gamma Sigma KRETZSCHMAR, MARION ELAINE: Brighton, Arts, Kappa Alpha Theta, International Relations Club, Lutheran Club, Schuler- Templin Club LAWRENCE, CHARLES: Denver, Commerce fifsi IDRS ne: E22 OLAURA VIRGINIA: Brighton, Commerce, Sigma Kappa, Mentors, President, Women's Student Council V LEWIS, RAMONA: Creede, Colorado, Commerce, Phi Gamma Nu, t rs I:,Ia,IJgR, MARCIA CAROLYN: Denver, Arts, Gamma Phi Beta, Pioneer Ski Club, Pick and Hammer Club LITTRELL, SHIRLEY MAE: Denver, Arts, Gamma Phi Beta, Cam- t us Commission Mentors' Panhellenic Council' WAA' Legisla- 8 D 5 , , . . ., tive Assembly ESIEPTYEJN, JAUNITA: Denver, Arts, Theta Phi Alpha, Newman Club, Parakeets, RAC., W,A,A,, Women's Student Council LOHR, ELIZABETH ALCYON: Loveland, Colorado, Librarianship, Die Lustigen Deutschen A LOUDON, JACK MERLE: Denver, Engineering, A.I.E E., Pi Delta t BTCSXLUSO, JAMES A.: Trinidad, Colorado, Arts, Kappa Sigma, President, Newman Club Row three: MAHONY, LEWIS: Denver, Engineering, Beta Theta Pi, A.l.C.E,, President of School ot Engineering, Board of Governors, Delta Chi, lnterschool Council, Omicrori Delta Kappa, Phi Lambda Upsilon, Pi Delta Theta, Pioneer Promenaders, Pioneer Ski Club, Campus Commission MANZER, MARIAN CLARK: Denver, Arts, Canterbury Club, Kappa Delta Pi, Student Legislature, Pick and Hammer Club, Prospectors Club MARTIN JOHN F.: Denver, Engineering, A l.E.E,, Newman Club, Pi Delta 'Theta MARTIN, LAURA FAE: Windsor, Colorado, Arts, Sigma Kappa, lgresidefit, Kappa Delta Pi, Mortar Board, Women's Student ounci Row tour: MATHLESS, NORMA JEAN: Denver, Arts, Delta Phi Epsilon, Clarion, Coed Journalists, Pi Gamma Mu MAYS, A. MAXINE: Denver, Arts, Alpha Gamma Delta, Alpha Sigma Chi, Die Lustigen Deutschen, Iota Sigma Pi, Isotopes, Lutheran Club, Pi Delta Theta, American Chemical Society McCOY, GLORIA MAE: Denver, Arts, Mortar Board, Parakeets, President, Pioneer Promenaders McCOY, LOUIE VIRGINIA: Denver, Arts, Alpha Gamma Delta, Clarion, Coed Journalists, Pioneer Ski Club, R.A.C., W.A.A,, Women's Student Council Row fivet McLEOD, MARY ALICE: Denver, Arts, Newman Club McNEILLY, SARA LOUISE: Denver, Arts, Canterbury Club, Conversation Club, Die Lustigen Deutschen, International Rela- tions Club, Kappa Delta Pi, Mentors, Pi Gamma Mu, W.A,A. McNUTT, MARY ELLEN: Greeley, Colorado, Arts MELROSE, FRANCES ALLENE: Denver, Arts, Alpha Lambda Delta, Clarion, Editor, Coed Journalists, President, El Club Espanol, lnterschool Council, Pi Gamma Mu, Women's Student Council, Board of Publications, Legislative Assembly Row six: MESSENGER, HELEN ANNA: Denver, Arts, Gamma Phi Beta, Secretary of School ot Liberal Arts, Clarion, Coed Journalists, Parakeets, W.A.A., Women's Student Council, Campus Commission MILES, GENEVIEVE MARIE: Denver, Arts, Drama Club, El Club Espanol, National Collegiate Players, Phi Sigma lota, Pioneer Ski Club MILES, MARY MARGARET: Denver, Arts, MILLER, HELEN ELIZABETH: Denver, Arts, Gamma Phi Beta, Philosophical Academy R 1 MTLILEKQSUZANNE: Denver, Lamont, Theta Phi AlDI'1BJ Newman Club MONTY, DON F.: Denver, Arts, Die Lustigen Deutschen, New- man Club MOORE, FRANK H., JR.: Denver, Arts, Kappa Sigma, PVESICIEFITF "D" Club, Delta Chi, Interfraternity Council, President, Kynewisf bok, Editor, Omicron Delta Kappa, Phi Delta Theta, Pioneer Ski Club, Board ot Publications, Who's Who in American Universities and Colleges, Basketball, Tennis MORE, BETTY RUTH: Denver, Arts, Kappa Delta Pi Row eight: MOSSEMAN, MOLLIE, Denver, Arts, S.C.M. Cabinet MUIA, CARMINE FRANK: Denver, Engineering, A.l.E E., Mu Sigma Tau, Pi Delta Theta MURPHY, MARIBETI-I LOGAN: Topeka, Kansas, Arts, Alpha Phi NELSON, LOIS CHRISTINE: Denver, Arts, Kappa Delta, Alpha Sigma Chi, Coed Journalists, lota Sigma Pi, lsotopes, Mentors, Minor Publications 6 C 1 5 " I 4-v Q fu .av '52 Sf Q-5 5 rv. -Q ,qv x vw .A i 'TF' S .A-A 5' f ' S gi 5 -. 2' ,c ctw' ...- N 40 Rh T We .Cv 'S X an QS-, Q S Q, A G. A I qw. ,A A-. ho' 5' i G S lg 5 'QQ' up IDRS Row one: NEILL, FRANK A.: Greeley, Colorado, Commerce NIELSEN, BARBARA: Englewood, Commerce, Alpha Xi Delta NORBLOM, DONALD EVERETT: Denver, Commerce NUNCIO, MARGUERITE: Denver, Arts, Newman Club Row two: OGIER, EUENE K.: Denver, Commerce, Beta Theta Pi 0'NEAL, JEANNE: Denver, Arts, Alpha Gamma Delta, Alpha Sigma Chi, Iota Sigma Pi, Isotopes OSBURN, CLARA: Danbury, Nebraska, Arts, Alpha Xi Delta, Pi Gamma Mu, W.A.A. OUTWATER, STANLEY S.: Denver, Commerce, Beta Theta Pi Row three: PALANGIO, JOHN ROLAND: West New York, New Jersey, Arts, Drama Club, Philosophical Academy PATCH, PATRICIA: Wheatridge, Arts, Delta Zeta, A.W.S., Treasurer, Clarion, Society Editor, Coed Journalists, File, Pan- hellenic Council, Parakeets, Pi Gamma Mu, Women's Student Council, Student Legislature PATTERSON, ROBERT: Denver, Commerce, Alpha Kappa Psi PENG, HARRY KWANG HUA: Denver, Commerce Row four: PEREGRINE, MARY ELIZABETH: Denver, Arts, Alpha Gamma Delta, Kappa Delta Pi, Mentors, Philosophical Academy PETERSON, ALBERT: Denver, Commerce POWELL, ALMA JANE: Gowrie, Iowa, Arts, Delta Zeta, Art Club, Schuler-Templin Club POWELL, DOROTHY ALICE: Denver, Arts, Independent Women, President, Isotopes, Mortar Board, Pi Gamma Mu, S.C.M. Cabinet, Women's Student Council Row five: PRINCE, DORIS: Little Rock, Arkansas, Arts, Mentors, Schuler- Templin Club PROPST, ROBERT LEWIS: Merino, Colorado, Arts, Art'Club QUALLS, VIRGINIA EVELYN: Denver, Arts, Ga'mma Phi Beta, Kappa Delta Pi, Mentors RANDLEMAN, MINNIE FRANCES: Denver, Arts, Delta Zeta, Alpha Nu, EI Club Espanol, Isotopes Row six: REED, JAMES W: Denver, Arts, Pi Kappa Alpha REILLY, FRANCES LORETTA: Denver, Commerce, Sigma Kappa, Secretary of School of Commerce, Commerce Commission, Para- keets, Philosophical Academy, Pioneer Ski Club, W.A.A,, Women's Student Council ROSS, DOROTHY ANNE: Denver, Arts, Pi Delta Theta RUGG, JACK: Denver, Arts, Sigma Phi Epsilon Row seven, SALIMAN, ELEANOR GLADYS: Denver, Librarianship, Delta Phi Epsilon, Alpha Lambda Delta, Coed Journalists, Kappa Delta Pi, Pi Gamma Mu, Women's Student Council SANDBURG, DONALD: Denver, Commerce, Sigma Phi Epsilon SCHOENE, CAROL L.: Denver, Librarianship, Alpha Gamma Delta, W A,A., Prospectors Club SCHROEDER, ALICE: Wiley, Colorado, Commerce, Phi Chi Theta SCDIYIISOQLSER, BETTY ROSS: Denver, -Commerce, Alpha Gamma ggi-iiiiruiiacnsiz, WILLIAM Rosen: Denver, Arts, "D" Club, 353:25 5i2:?:'::::s:.:5:iC:::2:2:: SCIISIDIARTZ, ELI: Poughkeepsie, New York, Commerce Y Y MW W U g ,xvA-.,,,k, ,N - -e f - ' -' if 'ry VfTg3' Y' if ,JV A 'Diff V nm!!! 1, , ' if . h,.f5f.L..:dP:54'qA I, i A-1 1- 1 Agile - -'.-Qiswi. 1' I-J ' 'fn f1i..isi:. ie-undue... 541 -'-'V . IOR Row one: SEIDENBERG, LORRAINE: Denver, Arts, Alpha Gamma Delta, President, Coed Journalists, Lutheran Club, R A.C., W,A.A SHACKLETT, MARY KATHRYN: Ottumwa, Iowa, Librarianship, Schuler-Templin Club SHIMIZU, MITSUAKI: Seattle, Washington, Commerce SHCETILLFF, MARJORIE: Cheyenne, Wyoming, Arts, Schuler-Temp- in u R I' i . SHDWVABLTER, EILEEN: Craig, Colorado, Arts, Pi Beta Phi, Men- tors, Schuler-Templin Club, Women's Student Council SMITH, BARBARA GLENN: Denver, Arts, Band, Clarion, Kappa Delta Pi, Mentors SMITH, LOUISE NAN Nu, Chorus, Mentors, Schuler-Templin Club mer Club SOBOL, MAXINE JOY: Row three: . Wynne, Arkansas, Arts, Pi Beta Phi, Alpha Mortar Board, Orchestra, Pi' Delta Theta, Women's Student Council, Pick and Ham- Denver, Arts, Delta Phi Epsilon SORKIN, CLARA: Spivak, Colorado, Arts 9 STANLEY, MAURICE EARL: Grant, Nebraska, Engineering, A,I.C.E., Delta Chi, President, Phi Lambda Upsilon, Pl Delta Theta, American Chemical Society STARR, JEAN: Cedaredge, Colorado, Commerce STOKER, MARGARET ALICE: Denver, Arts, Kappa Delta, Alpha Sigma Chi, Coed Journalists, Die Lustigen Deutschen, Iota Sigma Pi, Isotopes, Minor Publications, Junior Panhellenic Council Row four: ' STROMBERG, ADELE MARGARET: Denver, Arts, Kappa Delta, President, Art Club, Canterbury Club, Coed Journalists, Isotopes, Pioneer Promenaders, Women's Student Council, May Day Princess STRUMPFLER, MARGARET EMMA: Denver, Arts, Alpha Lambda Delta, Clarion, Coed Journalists, Die Lustigen Deutschen, Interna- tional Relations Club, Kappa Delta Pi, Mentors, Space, Mortar Board, S.C.M. SWERDFERGER, DONALD LOWELL: Denver, Arts, Phi Delta Kappa, Omicron Delta Sigma, Student Legislature TAYLOR, C. ROBERT: Denver, Commerce Row tive: THALER, MARGARET: Denver, Arts, Sigma Kappa, Alpha Lambda Delta, Die Lustigen Deutschen, Drama Club, International Rela- tions Club, Mentors, Mortar Board, National Collegiate Players' Newman Club, Tau Kappa Alpha ' THOMPSON ,VIRGINIA ANN: Manitou Springs, Colorado' Arts' Sigma Kappa, Alpha Sigma Chi, Iota Sigma Pi, President' lsotopesf Mortar Board, President, Women's Student Council ' I TIEMANN, DOROTHY: Denver, Arts, Gamma Phi Beta' Kappa Delta Pi, Phi Sigma Iota ' IZEFJER, ANNE DOROTHY: New York City, New York, Com- c Row six, TOMITA, SATOSH: Seattle, Washington, Commerce TOOL, MARC R.: Denver, Commerce, Alpha Kappa Psi, Pioneer Promenaders, Pioneer Ski Club TOWNSEND, JOHN: Denver, Engineering, A.I.C.E., Delta Chi, Phi Lambda Upsilon, President, Pi Delta Theta, American Chem- ical Society TYLER, MILTON STUART: Amarillo, Texas, Commerce, Alpha Kappa Psi Row seven: VAN DERSARL, EDWARD E.: Denver Arts, Delta Chi, American Chemical Society WAGNER, JOE GRANT: Fort Morgan, Colorado, Commerce, Beta Theta Pi, Delta Lambda Sigma, International Relations Club, Pioneer Ski Club WATSON, MARY ELIZABETH: Denver, Arts, Gamma Phi Beta WEAVER, ERMA MAY: Grand Junction, Colorado, Commerce, Phi Chi Theta, Secretary of School ot Commerce, Mentors, Pan- hellenic Council, Greek Council Row eighti WEEDEN, ZELLA MAE: Trinidad, Colorado, Arts, Alpha Gamma Delta, Schuler-Templin Club WESTFALL, MARY ANN: Denver, Arts WHITE, FRANCES ELOUISE: Durango, Colorado, Arts, Kappa Delta, Alpha Sigma Chi, Coed Journalists, Iota Sigma Pi, Isotopes, Pioneer Promenaders, W.A,A., American Chemical Club, Pros- pectors Club WILSON, HARRY: Denver, Commerce Row nine: WILSON, ROBERT: Denver, Arts, "D" Club, Basketball, Foot- ball, Baseball, Omicrori Delta Kappa, Phi Beta Sigma WOODSON, JAMES F.: Cheyenne, Wyoming, Commerce, Alpha Kappa Psi YORKE, PATRICIA LEE: Wichita, Kansas, Arts, Kappa Delta YOUNG, JOHN: Pueblo, Colorado, Commerce SIPSLPMARIAN: Grand Junction, Colorado, Librarianship, Kappa e.ta i if . P I W --1 Q35 r-in C- , Ss C: ' 3 F, 1 'iTr- .,... . 6 'WAS in tr, ,,. -o-5 ,., Q F tr lj I5 --3 -C Iv V -Q ht Fa if' 1- '- . 1, A I if "' 6- 1 v - -f Qi'- '3 luv ' C Q' -gf 5 V H Vx .Gi 6 A -x JU I RS Lx-xss or I9 Presiden+ of Hwe Junior class af Arie was engi- A+ Commerce Bob SCI-10++ and Nancy Reid neer Bill Huber, while Vice Presiden+ was Mar- headed 'rhe Junior class as Presidenf and Vrce garef Carlefon. President .n 1 hr WCS? R ,S MX 5 i5,2,,,, Q., 'X XX , . .LZ . f'A , , 'Xuru X X W' Q? ' gf ' fw- 22 - 13 ,5 -' -A " 5. .' ,, . r- , t-rua' .1 .4 ' -xp -xf.Nx.,,f:. ..- K- A Q.-Lf, gtaelyq , "D 'V' "Z4-'.- f- . '- 'L-1' -. . , Q ,ff -. ' 12' ., f ' wafxk A- T.,71:- x 1 , K fuk ' A' 1V-:J -'Q Q1 'S' g, rf 'iff fe tg, , , ,pr r gm" ' 5:4 ,sz QL r - . ' 1' 9 t if Jxgirgifxixf 1 1 4. . i- :jg g A 44 "jf ef' ' Juniors have now reached The poinT in Their higher educaTion where They can see Their goal more clearly and can have greaTer belieT in iTs value. They realize whaT can be gained Trom sTudenT associaTions Those who reTurn nexT year will carry The greaTesT share oT leadership and guidance oT The school, and They will be equipped To meeT These requiremenTs because They have come To learn and love Their school during The pasT Three years. These young men and women now are challenged To cornpleTe Their col- lege career and Those who are able To re'Turn will Tind ThaT as seniors They will be able To conTribuTe even more To Their school. Jeanefife MGYGV and H5'VeY Hefbsl were SecreTary oT The Junior secreTaries was Lois elecTed SecreTary and Treasurer of The Junior Rogendahl, while Wal+er Heider handled The class OU The CGFYWDUS- businessmen! Tunds. 5112 Www' is T - is 2 W 9 q qw.. y- S49 if-' Q 'gr q ' F3 J was 6 Row Row Row Row Row Row Row Q one: Acre, Carol: Alberg, Marvin: Allen, Dorothy: Alferman, Leonard: Amen, Belly: Anderson, Peqqv fwo: Avis, Hugh: Ayers, Alvah: Balmer, Barbara: Bailey, Eleanor: Bainler, Roberf: Beclc, Doris lhree: Beebe, Marion: Berenbaum, Agnes: Bianchi, Dorofhy: Binder, Beffy: Black, Charline: Bolander, Roberl' four: Brainard, Beffy: Broolrs, Belly: Brown, Diva: Brown, Jean: Brown, Ray: Byrne, Maxine live: Cahoon, Barbara: Calkins, Mary: Callaway, Hugh: Campbell, Earl: Carlefon, Margarel: Carlson, Bonney six: Carrell, Mrs. Rufh: Carfer, Belly: Car+wrigh'r, Allon: Chambers, Nan: Chandler, Marian: Chrismer,Jol'1n seven: Colburn, Marie: Cole, Lois: Comnillo, Marcella: Conley, Shirley: Couch, Joy: Crocker, John 5x Q? 1 if, G -ec, IN 21- is f 4 vt- '62 v Q 6- IG' ., in -9:43, X? if, I , l , ,qQ6' -e 2 s- W5 I Q - 1, +2 319 5 "- Q1 -z. 41. V ' gy 'V S 6 , if I l I 6 Q ,M 4 ,S 4 ' ' ij. 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Frisch. , Ui 'ao' X , X ,qt ig 1 bs. f JA. . .x Q, it si x .., 1 'WZYTF :T JL - Row Row Row Row Row Row Row one: Cummings, Jcyous: Currigan, Marian: Danslry, Jack: De Harporl, David: Densmer, Roberf' Desserich, Emile: Diamond, Melba +wo: Diclcey, Harold: Dullner, Lowell: Easley, Ray: Endicolf, Fred: Enos, Dudley: Esflow, Willis E1hridge,Lorene fhreet Eye, Roberf: Fields, James: Friedberg, Felix: Fullcerson, Roberl: Gasl, June: Gemmill Roberf: Goldberg, Harvey four: Goldfoqel, Leon: Good, Donald: Gray, Rosalie: Grosvenor, Zilpha: Gushursl, Teresa Hallzowiez, Edilh: Hall, Charles five: Hansen, Beffy: Harding, Arfhur: Harris, Jeanne: Harvey, Gordon: Hayes, Roberl: Heider Waller: Hein, Morris six: Helwig, Ellen: Higashiuchi, Alle: Hoffman, Marjorie: Holslein, Peggy: Holi, Helen: Horsf, Raymond: Hosfefler, William seven: Huber, William: Hugins, Rufh: Humphreys, Frances: lsberg, Audrey: Jaclcson, Theodore Jacobs, Winifred: Jenkins, Madge ,rw 0 Q 'rv J .5 ii" I J r 'S 6 NW, ' z a- f -RF: - Q- , W , ,, V 4 .31 Q . Y ' ' Qzh"w: ,,,:1, f , L ,n :Q x :. K 8 S 9 1' 1' l 5 f '1- fi 6 3 JU IDRS Row one: Johnson, Darrell: Johnson, Earl: Jolly, Vlfilliam: Keys, Lynn: Korlz, Rulh: Kosler, Pa? Row +wo: Kramer, Miriam: Kramish, Arnold: Landrum, James, Jr.: Leisl, Janel: Lenicheclc, Edward Lesar, Edward Row lhree: Leyda, Paul: Logan, Don L.: Marcello, Alphonse R.: Maloba, Harry: Mayer, Jeanelle Mccarnmon, Virginia Row four: McCoy, Mary: McDowell, Dolly Varden: Mclnlosh, Donald: Melvin, Dolores: Melvin, Dona Miller Charles Row live: Monberq, Virginia: Morrow, Wilma Jean: Moser, Rulh: Mofz, Kennelh: Nalale, Joseph Naylor, Billie Row six: Naylor Margarelg Neher, Gene: Newell, Roberl: Nishida, Fumio: Pine, L. Maxine: Piflxin, Charles ' Row seven: Pratt, Lena R.: Procfor, William: Ramsey, David: Redinglon, Lillian: Reeves, Jean: Reid Nancy 3 5 l fr ,fy HQ 4. f-x sl-xc' ' Q N ., 'R ,- r , ll 'wr'7,.. fn' ,Q-Q - we WS Y? 9 0' V 1 L- :, my 1: 2 . 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Row one: Rhoads, Harrier: Robinson, Carolyn: Robison, John: Rosendahl, Lois: Rolherberg, Sam: Sanborn, Duane: Saunders, Roy Row fwo: Schlangen, Rufh: Schmilz, Arclis: Schwarh, Mel: Shafer, Theelda: Shapcolf, Janice: Sieverf, Ted: Smirh, Virginia Row Three: Spano, Joann: Sporleder, Charles: Sleele, Dorofhyq Sloflel, Roberl: Slone, Edward: Slrain, Rodney: Sluver, Edna Row four: Suppes, Robert Schecfel, Howard: Snyder, Arfhur: Suzula, George: Swayze, Efhel: Tarr, Blanche: Thompson, Chesfer Row five: Thompson, Maynard: Trace, Arfhur: Upfon, Mary Eleanor: Vaupel, l-larry: Veslal, William H.: Vofaw, Alla: Wachel, lrene Row six: Waqers, Forrest, Wainscoff, Evelyn: Walker, Sleveng VVaI1er, Barbara: Wafers, Dorofhyg Wesfblade, Maynard: While, Delilah Row seven: Wierinqa, Henry: Wilson, Eugene: Wifherspoon, Pafricia: Wifherwax, Elaine: Yasui, George 'PSI 1 1- R, 19 'X T- 1 - s 9 wi 9 8 ea : V , . ,z I .y as l y gag. Q .1 ,Q -1" . N , QWT' M 1, an W6 w- a V ' V "x . 5' 'ww TJW ww- f eww-. LLM: QAM "'s ,5 'S . t ,L . H R : . 6 9 2 R p,- X 5 , sf, X fr T x , n X . 5' naw" .. 44- ' Ulhn g -C 13' ,Q V. 2. xl . ' aff, vf 1 'f ri: I Q ,xp ,. i Q a 99 CDPHCMCRE if-xss or 194 Joe Wi+'r and Kaye Duncan were elec+ed Presi- Al Crisr and Doro+hy Griggs were chosen by den+ and Vice Presidenf of 'rhe campus Soplwo- Bizad Sophomores as Hieir Presiderif and Vice more class. President Qi, ,c j A Sophomores have now reached lhe half-way marlc of lhe goal lhey have sei for lhem- selves. There will be many who will nol be a ble lo finish lheir college educalion because olher dulies and opporlunilies will eilher force or call lhem from academic sludies. They will have lhe salislaclion, Jrhough, 'rhal lhe lime lhey have spenl in school has noi been losl, and whelher or nol' lhey relurn, much will have been gained. Those who relurn will be slarling on The nexl' lo 'rhe lasl lap. Those who find openings elsewhere will lcnow Thai 'rheir college experience has equipped lhem lo gel The mosl our ol life meeling ils problems wisely. Shirley Kirlcpalriclc and Bob Clark handled lhe SeCrelary and Treasurer of the Commerce Soph- lew dulies of Secrelary and Treasurer very omore class were Helen l-lill and l-larold Dickey. capably. " T gg . T T i Qi i ' ..-, 'gi ' 1 3 . ' Row Row Row Row Row Row Row one: Aho, Elsie: Anderson Maxine: Baker, Dorothy: Ball, Ray: Banks, Dorothy: Barnes, Jael: two: Barron, Gordon: Bassell, Marlha: Bafchelder, Jean: Bafes, Allen: Beeler, Robe-rl: Belcilc, Darlene fhreez Bellows: Elizabeth: Benbon, Jane: Berg, Elizabelh: Beverly, Robert: Bidwell, Elberrg Bisbee, Ncre-ne four: Bonham, George: Brainard: Shirley: Brennan, Palricia: Brewer, Lial: Bronsflne, Iylargarelg Brown, Myrna . lwe BryaH,JQar1:BuChanan: Floyd: Buchholz, Bealriceg Burns. Fsfher Jo: Cameron, Emily: Carlson, Joseph svxi Carr, Jaclc: Carr, Wilma' Chancellor, l-lelen: Chrisf: Al: Chrlsflan, Mrldredg Clarlc, Roberf sever' Clarke, Alfred: Claussen, Mc-llsag Colburn: Ann: Coleman, Richard: Collopy, Charles: Celyln: Mary fa Q x '-' -2 ' - F' -Z X 0 wg -iss W' ' P9 .SY AL' y , -4 f I, ' Q- J 5 t H O r f. "' Q 7 :Mx 1 4 YC- l l A -, H M l l l I l : . , ' I 5,5 n Q 214' .. HF-' r ef 9 5 ll 'x , 5., 1 I M, I SJ ie- 'F rx. ' ."f'w nf- '- "" " 'G 1"' Row one: Compfon, Audrey: Corkaclel, Claude: Cosand, Henry: Cowling, Shirley: Crofclieff, Jean: Crofiriger, Emma: Curfin, Vallorie Row Two: Davies, Doro+hy: Davis, June: Davis, June L.: Decker, James: Delamarfer, Elizabeth: De Voe, William: Diliey, Doris Row 1'l'iree:iDorseH, James: Doly, Loren: Duncan, Kaye: Dyaii Belfy: Earnliarf, Jack: Edward Annabelle: Ellioff, Harriefie Row four: Ellioff, Helen: Ensign, Merry Jo: Ewing, Virginia: Farley, Mary: Parver, Melvin: Fayrarn, Louise: Ferris, Peggy Row five: Fisher, Bessie: Fisher, Morfon: Flariigan, Wayne: Flynn, Eileen: Forresler, Beifieg French, Shirley, Geblward, Doroilny Row six: Gebliard, Virginia: Goe, William: Goodlefi, Joan: Goodwin, John: Gouge, Rullw: Graham, Wilda: Griggs, Dorofl-iy Row seven: Grigs, Mildred: l-laberl, Ruflig Hagner, Louis: l-lagler, Sfanley: Haines, Marfiia: Hamrnericln, Frieda: Hansen, Harrie? ' w N' was-i if We , ' we f . ' :ir L W 1' 1 ' 3 i . i' ma.. +,. N I i 'p 1' l ,QQ . an nr w I, Q. ,1 -ii?-, S 4 Ee i 1? 3 1 Q. 74 6' Q 7 , V, Q, 1 A va .Q ' if -Z ,, . -- V X 4 ' g ' Q "ii in 1 ii xx ,B A 43 -5 Q' 4 Q S .. at QV. ,J 4- Q 5- A g 1 55 H A 'W x , i fly' QE wi P f 18. -7 6. ,N 3- 6. W 'FL 4, 4 V I i "Tl'f"1fVi 4 D fi '5 i . R 'ix i 'Y' L v i'::i: if , is Q9 Row Row Row Row Row Row Row J Q SQPHQMCRE one: Harafani, James: Hardesfy, Wilma: Hardy, Wayne: Hargraves, Orin: Harmon, Lorraine: Harp, Mildred fwc-: Harris, Harry: Harris, Helen: Harlwell, Donald: Harvey, Elizabeiln: Hayes, Ruin: Heier, Virginia llireez Hickey, Marzelfe: Hill, Helen: Hix, Donald: Holcl'1,Arlliur: Hopkins, Clnarles: l-lorsf, Jean four: Houseman, Marina: Huglwarf, Roberl: Hughes, Charles: Husband, Margarel: Iwashifa, Makoto: James. Arlene five: Jellries, Fred O,: Johnson, Carl: Jolly, Elizabefln: Jones, Adelaine: Jones, Jane: Kaiser, Kallwerine six: Kaplan, Sleplieny Kem, Elaine: Kingsbury, James: Kirclwer, Doro'rhy: Kirkley, Melvin: Klein, Frederick se-yen. Koiwai, Toshiyulci: Kunse, Bon: Lanning, Roberl: Lee, Kalherine Ann: Lewis, Juanila: Lindsay, Jean .if if 0 ' P i if , . , ir" i "4 , 5 1- if , Qi Y!!-f 15 p . O4 L 4 , S3 J ,li I 'ie Er' 'ir G ' Ai :E 5? N 1. S 956: 4. ' Row one: Lininqer, Mary: Lininqer, Roy: Long. Lois: Lonqneclcer, Lefty: lulz, lryinq: MacDonald. Shirley: Mcflallin, Paul Row two: M:Cl'1esney, Marqarelg McViclcer, Roy: Maclear, Jean: Maddox, Ellioff: Marchigli, Pauline: Marrioll, Alma Rose: Marrs, Shirley Row fhree: Marrinez, Sfellaz Mason, Lucille: Maflhews, Mary Elizabefh: Maxon, Kenneth: Mays, Belly: Miller, Richard: Moorehead, Belry Row four: Moser, Don: Mullin, George: Neirneyer, Jean: Neiherlon, Carolyn: Norlon, Janice: Officer, Richard: Olsen, Maralyn Row live: Olson, Duane: Orluslcy, Margarel: OHO, Belly Ann: Paqliosolfi, James: Panel: Joan: Payne, Belly Rufh: Pickens, Josephine Row six: Pilce, Zebulon: Pisiole, Olin: Propsl, Howard: Purdy, Harold: Quinn, James: Pabinoll, Virginia: Reifl, Bernard Row seven' Reuler, Maurice: Rice, Rufh: Riggall, James: Robefli Warren? RObeflSOr1, Beflyt ROlJir1SOr1, William: Rodner, Virginia 5 w , c i G - 6 sb gals! Q A E, QB s if 1 R N., S q qs: r- ff. YK' D 7 'U an 0 Q La 'Q fu. 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' 1 ." pi' X ' " " , . 1, ,.-iw N... .P , - - f., .,, -, , - N ,JA .X .1 , - , 1 ,- E ' , ' , I - ".,.," pun wx: 3' v dw' Jrulxuu , A . " 4. ,JI , Q-. f,w,1i.y .' x- . l-it .Q U, , .1 x, . .L . . 4.-. ,A A ,ff - - ...- . if' QS' " "5-',..r..'-'xi "' '4 1-R'-'1 1 ,A A M 4 - -0 3 . .f , 4 , . h 4, 4 J' .-asf. .V . ' .. - 1 ui- ' FRE LASS The Freshmen chose Dan Brown and Melb f . . . ell as Their Presndenl' and Vuce Presidenf. Pvl. Dan Brown, U. S. Army HME GFI a Gren- Co mmerce Freshman Presidenl was Les Wh? I a lcer, while Vice Presidenf was H ' ' arr1e+W1lson. 3 4 For Freshmen fhis year has been only a beginning-a beginning for somefhing lhal lies in lhe uncerlain lulure. Going on is a challenge lhal will be hard 'ro meer because of The dirlicullies 'rhal will have lo be overcome if a complele college educalion is fo be oblained. They have, however, begun and Thai may be 'rhe biggesl slep Towards a worlh-while finish. College men and women will be needed desperalely when if comes lime 'For a world of reconslruclion. To rhe freshmen who will have done 'rheir worlc dur- ing a lime of slress will fall a greal parl of The iob. To lhem goes encouragemenl 'ro finish lhe job 'rhey have slarled. Helen Garrell and Ari Sheppard were efecfed To fhe posilions of Secrelary and Treasurer of lhe Bizad Freshmen. Mary Flagel and Jaclc McFadden were elecled as Secrelary and Treasurer of 'rhe campus Freshmen. l , '6 ROW Row Row Row Row Row Row Row FRE one Ainsworth, Charlotte, Albers, Anna Marie, Allen, Kathleen, Alverson, Norman, Anderson, Marian, Appell, Rod, Anglen, Mary Frances two Baer, Marjorie, Baker, Katherine, Ball, Dor th ' B Barnhlll, Franklin three Berman, David, Bernbaurn, Ruth, Marne, Boggus, Carl four. Boggs, Ruth, Booker, Lawrence, Leonard, Brown, Jerome fave: Brown, Margaret, Bruhn, Barbara Burley, Doris sux' Burtch, Dorothy, Burtscher, Patricia, Clark, Margaret seven Coats, William, Colburn, Mary Connell, Alice, Cooke, Betty Lee eight Cooper, Evelyn, Coulson, Shirley, Gloria, Cutler, Marv Elizabeth o y, arbera, Marian, Barcroft, Elaine, Barcus, Dorothea, Bishop, Bonnie, Blanch, Jean, Blomendahl, Marjorie, Blum, Rose Boss, Grover, Breeden, Glennis, Brentenstein, Louise, Breslaw, , Brunstein, Philip, Bulls, Henry, Burgess, Betty, Burke, Barbara, Cage, Elaine, Capen, Rose, Carpenter, Dorothy, Choun, Harriett, Beth, Collins, Gwyneth, Comnillo, Dorothe, Conley, Georgia, Cowan, La Moyne, Cribari, Joseph, Cruse, Luanna, Cummings, L li W 'Q' 9 G . 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One: Davy, Wllllamg Delaney, Charlotte, Detrnck, Stanley, Duckerson, Fay, Dullrnon, Helen Drttv Phylltb, Dodge, Jean, Drosc, Jack two, Duncan, Eleanor, Eakcr, Robert, Egan, Margaret, Enkcr, Calvrn, Elletl-gc, Gcralrm, Ellrrrtt, Rot-ert, Ellrwn, Joan, Ernsocrgcr, Jean Rae three Evlson, Elanne, Face, Leonard, Factor, Elame, Follncr Cherry Lou, FL-rguson, Edttlw, Ftbthcr, Enurt, Flagcl, Mary, Fletcher, Dorothy tour Ford, Lowene, Foulk, Barbara, Fraser, Isalvolla, Frrtz, Curtls, Frost, jafqucllne, Frx, Jamoa, Galncs, Annabelle, Gardner, Jack tuye, Garland, Kathermeg Garrett, Helen, Gates, Mildred, Gnlvson, loan, Gllmoru Vera, Gr,-Itlgteln lxan, Gcorl, Grlbert, Gooll- man, Jack sux Gorman, Margaret, Grenfell, Melba, Griggs, Gunncve-re, Groyee, Jasnar, Guorlrcr, Allrc, Hamrlton, Shirley, Haney, lean, Harrrs, George 5even Hart, Betty Ann, Harvey, John, Hawkrm, Shzrley, Hayes, Beverly, Hannon, Margaret Hortn-Qlfy, lack, Huckcn, Gcralrl H-lbert, Jean Row el-3ght,hHodgE:ohn, r'VrIma, Hodlk, Dorothy, Hogarth, Charlotte, Hook, Jack, Hoyle, Marvon, Hutlrnnn, Chrusttnc, Huglns, Eleanor, un-tp rey, ar es F, ' Q 'F y, Q R 6 fi t, I. Q, , w ,A 5 ali l 6 3 kg : Sat ' ' ta D . W V l l G 4: Cf 1 . 5 ' I S K . Q, V' 'T-, v . . ' t rx ' V A af, 1 69 9 an e l l Juv fox ' , . fi 'ir l rf i -rf' 435 'R gg 1 Hug QR wx, by .3 5, , E, i my A ff. r l - 6. Q ' 6 Tri 3 .' V ' X r so . - .., A nip V n F J Q 0 6 " " 4' " 5 jx , T441 I 5 'RM in Q- an 1 . l s, ' 0 G5 6 1- 5, 1 st, , 1' , 2 Row Row Row Row Row Row Row Row ST 3" Y, W 1 E3 S' 6- 1. 9' one' Humphreys, Dorothy, Hunt, Betty Jo, Iida, Heda Hideko, Isaacs, Edith, lsett, Leanore, lshii, Edward, Jackson, Dolores two: Jackson, John, Jenkins, Irene, Jensen, Lorraine, Johns, William, Johnson, Ann, Johnson, Dwight, Johnson, Eleanor three: Johnson, Harold, Johnson, Mary, Johnson, Marie-Louise, Johnson, Mona Ruth, Jones, Leland, Jordens, Louise, Jorgenson, Gordon four: Kaufmann, Liselotte, Keith, Eleanor, Keith, Vincent, Kettering, Priscilla, Kindig, Norma, King, Dorothy, Kirk, Marie five: Kirkpatrick, Ray, Kitzmiller, Virginia, Klitgaard, Howard, Koonsman, Catherine, Kramish, Elsie, Kunse, Jean, Lake, Clarice six: Lane, Betty, Lapin, Jacob, Larson, Cherie, Lenhart, Calvin, Lewis, Opal, Lischke, Faye, Littlefield, Harold seven, Littrell, William, McConnell, Billy, McCullough, John, McGaughey, Warren, McGreery, David, McHugh, John, McKay, Betty eight: McNutt, Eleanor, McTee, June, Mahoney, Robert, Mallett, Mary, Marcum, Thelia, Marx, Le Roy, Mastores, Beula at a S- - l QI 6 ,Q M111 . 1 . 19:4 I Q Q ' 1,4 A R 'GP' 1, . ' x lx ' 'Rm-, Qs 5116- I Q' S ' ,. 4 1, ,S vb' do ' 1.-.M E f':. as Q Q J- AY v ' G s, , l L . G - I 9 rifzmfi. , W -'.,!j ', N 1 'L 5- 6 J pg . Row Row Row Row Row Row Row Row one: Maxwell, Annice, Miller, Maurine, Mueller, Lucille two: Mullen, Mary Elizabeth, Murray, Newkirk, Margorie three: Niblo, Dorothy, Nice, Armand, up, Robert four: Okner, Sylvia, Oman, Leslie, Ord, Ruth five: Perkins, James, Peterson, Dean, Milliken, Maxine, Mizutani, Emikoj Moenke, Helen, Moore, W. Buel, Morris, Jacqueline, Catherine, Napier, Marianne, Nauman, Doris, Neely, Mary, Nemirow, Sol, Nevius, Jean, Nielsen, Helen, Nimmo, Suzanne, Niven, Harold, Niven, Jarold, Norberg, Robert, North- Billie, Palmer, Phyllis, Patterson, Susanna, Peacock, Patty, Pepper, Bernice, Peregrine, Pfretzschner, Robert, Potestio, Florence, Proctor, Genell, Purcell, Helen, Rabb, Joanne six: Ramsey, Joyce, Ralston, Elizabeth, Richardson, Eleanor, Rights, Shirley, Ring, Richard, Robinson, Rubye Mae, Rodgers, lrene, Rosenblum, Phyllis seven. Rosenrr'-ayer, Dora May, Rossiter, Norma Lee, Rount ree, Emily, Russell, Margaret, Sandburg, Elaine, Schafer, Barbara, Schoepf, Shirley, Schultz, Glendon eight. Schultz, Leonard, Schwalb, Marian, Schweig, Mary Louise, Scott, Crawford, Scott, Marilyn, Segal, Elaine, Shantz, Eleanor, Simmons, Norma if ,, A as - 3- Q.. tk' 3 Q' F' in 3 ,Gi , gi ' Ea 1 X x -, 0 ' L- L , . ' g S it Q 6 s. . 4 vi- ... a 'qs -' 5 ,Q .. 5 rw' ,W . 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A f FRE HME Row one' Smolenske, Jack, Snyder, Evelyn, Snyder, Lots, Sonstelie, Lawrence, Spangler, William, Spengler Betty, Spoentgen, Kathryn I Row two Stanley, Margaret, Stempel, Dorothea, Stern, Mlrlam, Stoy, Maxlne, Stryker, Jeanne, Stuver, Ruth, Swanson, Sue Row three Tanner, Jeanne, Taylor, Jcnella, Teakell, Florence, Thomas, Fred, Thomas, Mary Kay, Towne, Charlotte, Troute, Dorothy Row four Tsurnorn, Mahel, Tulper, Leon, Vandegrutt, Robert, Velasquez, Joseph, Vennnng, Irene, Wagner, June, Waunner, Eluzabeth Row fave, Waldbaum, Lows, Waskowutz, Martha, Watklns, Vlvnan, Weatherby, Marnan, Weaver, Patrncla, Weaver, Loss, Welle, Lots Row sux Whurrv, Barbara, Whutaker, Les, Whowell, Dorothy, Wnlcox, Martha, Wtlhelm, Ruth, Wlllson, John, Wnlson, Isabelle Row seven Wnlson, Ruth, Wtmherly, Vtvidtne, Wooddell, Dorothy Q5 It -1 4 "' :s 6- 5- . V XL l A 65 "',"" 4 Vg 5 5 at x. a I - , 1 8 11 S .- ' yt .- 5-, Q -J -qs 'Y' P Q13 5. 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' " 2- - - - - - . - -f -..rr...-.:.,,,,,.-NAVY- M A I- 3- . ,uv I , eau!-y in ebucafion 'kink Q QUEENS M . . :dm P, wgyezmfy 510,10 gk 1- Axle can 1-orc eff TX .X .wx e 4 , Q ff , -555. ' , IQ:-' -. , . . ., ,, F ,,1v,.l,5A,gx.-If .ini-. fs, ,Q-1 X ' 'Yi i'?:f-3"X'?5f5s-Fi'-43' 'Q 5 V' ii ' 5,15 v i?:Xy,1y:g5:g"s5i' ifgiigv.. K 'K x- -r,1x?y,Q, , -,W ENV, it ' .-.-134 . 'L Cf' . 3 1-y ' ,XlN:".,"'N1w' 3,:fAa'P',: Q. - X-f.fKy,gjs?g'x:fx , ',p-V-,,ig..5f,g X wif .F X . 1 F . Q iilglx cj4bele f9t'voM1Lev5 gun' lfmfrzee 'Z , 15---f . X ,,,-,-.un , , - ' -v XL. . , : Q u . , ,, Ag , . fftdavian ,9c5,.,,,:1, avvis 'WSW an-f YYN it A. Avo' Wevfb ggosalic gfffy 85 f ounbinj out o one 5 ebucafioh ACTIVITIES EDITGR-IN-CHIEF FRANK MOORE. JR. KY E EdiTor Frank Moore and his sTaTT have soughT To presenT in words and picTures The evenTs oT The year ThaT have broughT vasT changes To The school. Frank and Billie Nay- lor employed a sCienTiTic meThod when preparing The lay- ouTs and dummy boolc, buT he needed a Tar Trom scienTiTic: meThod To geT all The assisTanTs To do The worlc. SaTisTied wiTh his elTorTs in Turning ouT a conservaTive yearboolc, Franlc Turned his energies To numerous oTher campus aCTivi- Ties, a Tew oT which were To become PresidenT oT Kappa Sigma, Big Seven Tennis Champion, Chairman oT Home- coming, and a member of O. D. K. and The baslceTball Team. WI GK THE STAFF ART ASSISTANTSZ Lorraine Jen- sen, Carol WerTh, Annabelle Gaines, Edi+h Welle. CQPY- WRITERS: Bib Wilson, Dona Mel- vin, Mary Calkins, Blanche Tarr, and Eleanor l-lugins. TYPlSTS: Norma Kindig, Bonney Carlson, Virginia lvlonberg, Faye Liscblce, Maralyn l-TorsT, and MonTe Hall. 17" . M-A1 I 1 ,Mp .. -' ' X' 91,6 .-, 321 Eid,-g ' A ., a'.'li.'-5 Hi. ul, Upper ASSISTANT EDITORS: Lois Cole and Dolly Varden McDowell worked Iheir lingers Io The bone on copy. Lower PI-IOTOGRAPI-IER: Maurice Sobol appar- enlly Ioutnd nc prioriries on lilm as he burned Ihe camera raking piclures. Upper ART EDITOR: Billie Naylor designed The CQVER and spenl many sleepless nights over layouls. Lower PICTURE MOLIINITIERSZ Lorraine Jensen, An- nabelle Gaines. and Carol Werlh spenl many Iedious hours pasting pholos in Their prfiper place. X! Ni 4-GW" X Timing 4 11 A it ' 'vw V '. QIITIAI,-si EDITOR-IN-CHIEF FRANCES MELROSE A more conservaTive Tabloid was ediTed by Frances Mel- rose as a resulT oT The Men's Press CIub's Thanksgiving issue oT a raTher sensaTional Tabloid, which was one oT The mosT radical changes To appear since KornTeld's ediTorship. To keep up wiTh The men members oT The sTaTT one had To Turn To The "Service Men's Corner," buT all news was ably cov- ered by The lowly reporTers. YeT The men were noT The only sTaTT members To change, as SocieTy EdiTor became DoroThy Collins posiTion when PaTricia PaTch resigned. All in all Frances Melrose carried on compeTenTly as ediTor of The weekly newspaper. THE STAFF HEAD COPY EDlTOR: MaryCalk- ins. COMMERCE EDITOR: Don l-larTwell. FEATURE EDITOR: Bon- ney Carlson. EXCHANGE EDT- TOR: MargareT STrumpTler. STAFF CARTOONIST: LeTTy Longnecker. STAFF Pl-TOTOGRAPT-TER: Harold LiTTleTield. REPORTERS: ElizabeTh Berg, Cherry Lou Fellner, BeTTy Moorehead, Bob NorThrup, Mary BeTh Colburn, Elaine WiTherwax, Shirley Coulson, Kaye Duncan, ElizabeTh Bellows. ' - ' 1. - ,, .1 .LM-a, ,. I . x 1., ..f4 e . A i - me f ,u.4,-hA,'f.:1 1--.,3'fzfj',g , L il. ..l'-iqnig T , C . ,i ,. . ., T T f-. . if T A--9 4 'V 9'2i .f,-- ' if.iiJiii'iiTil4 Z .fl'.ufl.1.J1.'i 1 ' .. f vi . L- .-limb ly c W i Li Upper ASSISTANT EDITORS: Doyle Kline se+ up edi+oriaI pages, while Blanche Tarr ecIi+ed copy. Lower CITY EDITOR AND SOCIETY EDITOR: Ar+ I"'IOICI'1 and Doro+I1y Collins screamed for news from reporfers. Upper SPORTS EDITOR AND COPY EDITOR: Sfan Boulier and Mary CaII:ins did weIl 5+ Hqeir igbg, Lower STAFF: Surveying IIwe re5uIIs of Ilneir Thurs- day nigIwI's crarnrninq af IIne pIan'r. BGARD F PUBLICATIONS I .Y--.N CHAIRMAN OF PUBLICATIONS: Edward U. Bourke kepf a wafchiul eye on edilors, besides ediling Uni- versi+y periodicals. I I Facully inleresls were up- held by Dr. Engle. f' F, 4' 4' 'Sf Conscien+ious member and Iaculfy advisor of Space was Dr. Davidson. Q-I Blanche Tarr capably look over Ross Bader's posi- lion. u 1- . . ,rf-fp. b " I -'efrlwiwi r ' 5, I- .fir-I gg, I. ' 44? . fluff g 'I . V' filfkff, I :Pi if? '.'fl'ff4if7f, . , 'I ii -'V" sm . , '--. ,lhv If I I I' . ' 4 Conservafive Clarion pol- icies were upheld by Frances Melrose. Members ol The Board ruled wilh an iron hand in diclaling Io Ihe sludenl edilors regarding Iheir work and crilicized policies. N lp I . 5 "" ,,,,,,. , . -as-i - I '51 1- A,.. '.j !.W .,- Q-.. in.-. Minules and calling meel- ings Iell Io Lois Cole. ,gf .4 ci 'W we . 4. 4-I :ee 'k ii "I, ' V D- 4. if "" I it r is U . se 4 I V y , . I . I 'wail I A "nr , as I' giw , . ii -rl., .L im I fifa f' 5 fini 1 I-Iis Iournalislic back- ground made Doyle Kline a valuable member. -. Y -'v 1 ,,.. .- IW. - ,KA I I I L 1 SJ Financial problems were +he headaches ol Charlie I-Ierzog. aQ.ii.l.. 33- 1 I 1 1 Commerce saw Io Iheir inleresls 'through Dave I-lealon. l Ari I-Iolch carried on I-lal Davis Iradilions. Yearbook as a whole was presenlecl by Frank Moore. M I OR PLIBLICATIGNS 4' Y HLE EDITCR: Aff Hofch was vhe Chariie Herzoqxs name can ahfvays href fo edif +he new combinahon. be Iinled wiih Foofbah Diqesh 4 I 5 4 -1' FILE: A big job for 'rhe edi+or in combining sucgess- fully fhe fwo pubhcafions, "D" Book and Sfudenf Dire-cfory. My 'am 'A MJ -an -f. eg1.1,,f' L --1 . :V . Xb- Wwxk, '- sara Pi: ,f ' 49' SPACE EDITQRI Doyie Kline and his sfahf spenf a year edifinq fhe magazine. 'G ei I SPACE: Gremlins played bounhfuily wifh The one issue which had been fhree issues ln pas+ years. J,- 1 11 c an h ' n I-4... ,I -, 03 'X 'l' -..i'1.".i , iffmf- DRAM Nor conrenl wi+h his regular dufies as producer-direcror of s'ruden'r producfions, Camplon Bell added army camp shows. Homer Grout graduafe manager of Dramafics, was in charge of sefs, coslurnes, and ofher 'rechnical problems. Ted Brown and Dan Brown give a srirring porrrayal of life on an island during 'rhe war in "Eve of Sr. Mark." Wraclced wirh malaria, Ted gives a slirring speech convincing 'rhe men To become expendable. lvlr. Whileside, Bob Bugdanowifz, receives a presenr from +he crazy aunr, Melba Diamond. "Sherry" finds our lhaf maybe she isn'+ so crazy when he uses The presenr ro bring peace and happiness fo fhe household. -W" i ' 'Wim' ""' ' "' " """"' " iw ' " :7"f"' TA ,F Y A, .- .i 5 , - J-.V-it ,. ig. A r .. . , A , A' .. ' uv Ads?i:,' .. x . V Y Y --W , , , . . . 1. . . gym. 143. i1..:l.L56g!L1',k' .. . '-'r' Q ' . vi .ji g.'. il iw 1. wi ' ,V uilabagfl mls. fm Men vs. women, bui 'rhe men gain supremacy in "The Warrior's Hus- band," and in which Fred! Thomas and Lorraine l-larmon find rhal even an amazon can fall in love-especially wifh a Greek. Campfon Bell and Homer Groul designed rhe ser which furnishes The surroundings of The madcap aclions lhal lalfe place when "The Man Who Came lo Dinner" slays for 6 shorf visil of six monlhs. Q l ,. 3 1 --. 2 gl ' T l ui, gl 3 l , Graduale manager ol Forensics, Belly Jean Wells roolc charge of 'rhe oralorical confesls, which she capably handled. awk Joyous Cummings-aclor, direc- 'ror, and member endraordinaire of +he Drama Deparlmenf. M , g,. ' PEE K' .r' . 'Q -Ist Dr. Elwood Murray-oulslandinq head ol The Speech Deparlmenf and aulhor of "The Speech Per- sonalilyf' Under Dr, Wilson Paul's 'rulelaqe lhe Speech Deparlmenhs fame was spread over many miles This year. , ' ,, ,N Y . Wig rsifsr . .R ,. ii r f. 4 4 S s 2 X fs.. ', ,if 'X so X vim . wAf il T Sludenls in speech classes have every facilily necessary lo simulale aclual radio broadcasrinq experience. l-lere in rhe Speech Laboralory recordings can be made and replayed so lhal one can hear an accurare represenlalion of his own voice. The Sigma Kappa inlramural debale leam of lvlary Lininger and Rufh Ann l-luqins won The Lowell Thomas debale frophy for lhe Third slraiqhl year, defealinq anolher Sigma Kappa Team in The finals. sir x .P J I X i , , f' Winner of lhe Kingsley Oralorical con+es+-Phyllis Ann Dilly of Arls and Sciences: con+es+an+s were judged bolh on lhe subslance of fheir oralions and fheir delivery. Miss Barbara Towne, prolessor of speech, is inslrucling lwo sludenls ip fhe use ol 'rhe mirrophone. The Speech Deparfrnenf is equipped wiih all lhe newesl devices for fhe analysis and improvernenl ol speech per- sonalifies. 5e- Q' ., JV. filly! s 5 .1 1'-rj ,fm b . s ,JW -uw I ll ,.,,,,,,gpQs .,..!poa , N u Mt'F.Z21. Marqarel Thaler, debaler and ora- lor, was a consislen+ speech con- lesf winner lhroughoul lhe counfry. r l gf Joe Dil.orenzo was ourslanding in The Drama Deparfmenf as a char- acfer ac+or and assislanl direcior of all D.P.A. producfions. TS 'Q -'sv fx Wh: -op' Nami Dr. William l-lyslop, l3eTTer lcnown as "Doc l-ly," leads The UniversiTy band and orchesTra. Every Wednesday aTTernoon Tound DocTor l-Tyslop and The orchesTra seTTled down To an honesT-Toegoodness pracTice session. The resulTs oT These hours OT worla were The alleToo- Tew musicales presenTed in The Chapel. l-lowever, sTrains oT a lighT popular numloer or oT The classics oTTen driTTed To pass- ersby during The rehearsals. Symphonic music was well re- ceived lay The enTire sTudenT body, which appreciaTed boTh The gualiTy and The eTTorT be- hind each concerT, Pioneers de- clared ThaT They would supporT more and more music programs. HE TR Jane KisTler, l-lelen GarreTT, Elaine Cage, and lda Richards give TorTh on a woodwind quarTeT and grin abouT The whole Thing aT The same Time. The regular weelcly pracTice in The Chapel, wiTh Doc l-ly in comple-Te conTrol, making music To charm The college animal. A i,,.T Ill Ill Ss.. 'lm -15 U X x LeRoy Marx and Ed Lenicheclc were winners on Their respecTive insTrumenTs in The naTional solo conTesT, as well as being sTudenT direcTors. ' T l The Band added To The exciTemenT and color of TooTball games and rallies. Under "Doc." musical inTeresT progressed. Rain or shine, The band was The one group oT UniversiTy sTu- denTs who never Tailed To cheer on The deTenders oT D. Ufs place in The sporTs world. lT was noT only on The sporTs Tield ThaT They came To The colors, Tor every Friday aTTernoon r'narTial sTrains Tilled The air in prepara- Tion Tor The colorTul parade. Doc l-ly also led The loand in a careTul consideraTion oT The classic rnasTers. WheTher clad in red and gold, keeping sTep across The Tield, or pracTicing wiThin The chapel walls, They had music which would raise The spiriTs oTThe rnosT downTrodden. rf 4' - .u , , i ' . 'vs Q.. 'J yu 4 In .7 'xt "5' . , . " - '9rf'- , N ., 'x 'fl' " ' Qgi . - 5.3 . a ' 3' ,f' ' hy. , X wb ,ii hr! ,ilu , . Nr' qi :F v , f fj,y,,.: ,- wff. i '.,i , 4- -',.m-' , aff A'F'i - ,, ff.: , . , Vlnlx., six, I -T- iw AJ .- A 1 ' if x I i 'X ' 1 K fy. wk? . 'Sh' 21:3 Q? Bill MaTson, ouT-,Tanding perliormer and insTrucTor, is well known in civic insTrumenTal circles. H RU The members of The chorus are: Row one: Woodell, Gaines, TNelle, L,, Welle, E. Row Two: Niblo, Harris Monbe g KiTzmiller Row Three: Marchlick, Harris, Lee, Waslcowifz. Row Tour: Olsen, Emerson, Gilmore, Sfern. Row five Payne Mrs Bowman Harvey. The all-girl UniversiTy Chorus, under The capable direcTion oT TalenTed KaTherine Bowman lrighTl, devoTed The major parT OT The year To The preparaTion oT a program oT sacred and secular ChrisTmas music and To The learning oT selecTions Tor The Bacca- laureaTe Service. The ChrisTmas program, wiTh iTs processional and lighTed candles was characTerisTic oT The spiriT oT The season and was a TiTTing prelude To The TesTivi+ies To Tollow. The music Tor The BaccalaureaTe service was in a paTrioTic vein and made use of The worlc oT conTemporary composers as well as oT The TradiTional classical arTisTs. IOO Vlg,s DEFENS C ASS S Upper: The firsT glider hull' lov Der'-.fer lJniversiTy sfudenfs is r ' 'd'T D- is c+i1 -i Cf " DIOVWEQV SiU BVI S. Red Cross, GaieTy and playTulness leTT The campus as more and more deTense courses were add- ed. STudenTs, TaculTy, housewives, and Those who need exTra Training aTTended The class- es oTlered. FaculTy members aTTended The Red Cross FirsT Aid classes and some loe- came air-raid wardens Tor The UniversiTy area. During The winTer guarTer The Uni- versiTy oT Denver Glider School was Toun- ded-one oT The TirsT To be organized in The counTry. Scholarships were awarded To The winners oT a conTesT held Tor high school sTudenTs inTeresTed in glider Tlying. The GovernmenT CenTer and UniversiTy NighT School oTTered many courses To Those un- able To aTTend The UniyersiTy during The day. Cn The whole mosT oT The courses oT- Tered are highly Technical, many leading To imporTanT deTense iolos. ifislolly iagp.-ct,-ij lgmfrre ITS maiden Tliqhf, Lcwarr Three ciro . y evo ard, Ade e s romcern, and Dcrcvlry C ,Wins leaf' Tc n-ale cfandaqos ucder me quldanfie ol The M X-if l A 5 1 lOl TLIDE T LI it QSKJI, il' nn 1? Upper: Whaf, no uproar. Suuh solemn laces are seldom seen in lh U N cl 1 pl I l b + f g l d gl sfandard for fhe loasemen' coke bar, bur how come only wo Mosl popular place on Jrhe campus unril 'rhe army occupied ir in spring guarler was Jrhe Sludenr Union, where slrudenlrs who desired a few momenlrs of relaxarion and lrhose in hopes ol snalrching cokes before The nexr class came. One Could always lind a group playing cards. drinking cokes, and ol all Jrhings fry- ing, or making an arlempr, To sludy. Then in spring Jrhe srudenrs soughr lhe corner drugslores lor lhose once obrained al rheir favorile hang-our, buf none could Compare lo The "good old Sludenl Union." Ar long lasr ir was opened The final week ol The quarler, buf Too small ro hold lhe gang Thar once occupied ir. 102 I w fi irs an AEN ' RMY AIR F RC S WiTh The arrival March 29, I943, oT The army air Forces College Training DeTach- menT, The D. U. campus acquired a deTiniTe miliTary aspecT as The AviaTion STudenTs moved inTo TraTerniTy houses and dormiTor- ies. Maior Ford M. Monroe lleTTl, Commanding Chficer oT This deTachmenT, has handled all oT The deTails in esTablishing This school. l-le has seT as an obiecTive The goal oT being The besT College Training DeTachmenT in The UniTed STaTes. IT is believed This goal has been aTTained and much oT The crediT is Major Monroe's. Carnegie l-Tall was remodeled To accomo- daTe a large mess-hall and posT exchange. Daily The sTudenTs drill on The FraTerniTy Quadrangle. . The TirsT class was graduaTed on May 20 in a special service in The Chapel. Q D Of h 1 I d p 1' HenTi9n on The FraTerniTy Quadrangle. The Slude-nT Officers h d f h T T f lf Y d pline wil'l1iIldSSe5.dF'llindlllQl1lE'Xpe"'el'1C9lIllll'1qlV'lelf' day. . -nm li all-g ll as 103 PIG E , , r-J Upper: Two Kappa Sigs, Harry Vaupel and Pranlc Moore, planned ine corvservarive Pioneer Day and Homecoming program. Lower: "Wagon Wlweels" rerurn +o +l'1e campus and dauglrirers of Pioneers rediscover Grandma! romanric days. ER 5 gli Upper: Pioneer beaulies, Margaref Carllon, Dorofhy Griggs, and Mary Lea Scofield were 'rhe honored queens of 'me homecoming celebrafion. Lower: Commerce Belles clioices were 'the slick lawyer. KH Carson-for proreclion, and me ever-presenr card Sharif, HCM C Upper: The Two 'ro one relio in evidence when Two Dance Queens surround fhe man, and, Ol-l, whaf cheese cake! Lower: Calamily Jane, lhe shoolinesr woman of lhese here parfs, gels her man and seems happy aboul il. CMI ' an N ' Upper: "Come on, Pioneers al 'rhe Homecoming game, which ended 'rwo days of lun. leam, rnalce lhaf goal!" yelled lhe Lower: "Yip-e-'ryelu Those days ol old rang oul wilh a Civil War vel, lwo Rodeo gals, and 'rhe Sheriff. AM WHO'S WHO ONC5 STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES r 'V' I Q Qi' 'SSA Bader, Ross Bamford, Paul Brown, Ted Buqdanowifz, Roberf -JA .Y . Ensgn, Eunic H aion, Davld Q' 5 Fran 5 Moore, Frank I - iv'- X J BI.a,k, Rum '43 Code, Marlon Litfrel, Shirley DB- As L. Nw Thaler, Marqaref 7 ,1 Bonomo, Francis DiLorenzo, Joseph 3,,7'fN"':"A 'V lb' M nhoney, Lewis Tl'-ompson Virqunna . iv Q Bown, Oliver Dismanf Jane McCoy, Gloria xl V G- 41 'u U ' L 'x A Li . "fri Wd: ' WWF:- Vaupel, Harry MORTAR BOARD. To Jrhe accompanimenl of lhe ringing Kedros bell, lvlorlar Board members lap oulslanding junior women on May Day. Slressing service, lhis organizalion plays a valuable role in school aclivifies. Slanding: Eunice Ensign, Laura Fae Marlin, lvlargarel Thaler, Dor- o+hy Powell, Rulh Black, Louise Smilh Sealed: lvlariorie Lay Johnson, lvlargarel Sfrumpfler, Virginia Thompson, president Gloria McCoy, Jane Dismanl O.D.K. Qmicron Della Kappa is lhe Senior 1 3 lvlen's Honor Sociely. Senior men who are oulslanding in scho- i las'ric, alhlefic, social, and religious ac+ivi'ries are chosen for mem- bership. These new members were 'rapped by The l-looded Brolrh- ers: Row one: l-larry Vau- pel, Sid Arnold, Paul Bamford Row lwo: Joe DiLo- renzo, Francis Bonomo, Oliver Bown, Bob Wil- son, Charles Coyle, Frank Moore ittffza 551533 ll ' A 'L 107 Y X, , , '1 ,Q U lp-.- 'W--w....,,.-A 'YS-""?'Lt .-.-i-' -' : .II V5 . X? 1 - 4, ,afef - r -.-Aff! fi.. JZ""V'4'1 4 U4 E i' 0 . hm. , q '..g1f5M sr. .,,.4 ' '- . f Y F . . I Y '- ' v" ' f' , ' ' w'f'G" ' Q , I. y---. f ' A "' 64 ', f' J' A :V l " ' JV' I ' y, A ws' ' 'I C . .fp " W ' -. "',x5 ' Q . , , si KN , Xxfia 1' ' 'Q i 5 D ,- fi 1 , 1 , 'L . If 5 Rx ' '. , , -4' ' '- 7 4f" 1, R , ,LA 'KM X al:X., I' i- fi 9X-QW C bysical sfovfs iririr SPGRTS DEMO Nd? .xg x .M 1 1, in ,as ,, .nn-JB' MANAGER OF DEMONSTRA- TIONS, Joe DiLorenzo, worked tor .greater school spirit at the games. Cheerleaders Elaine Witherwax, Duane Sanborn Gloria Cummings, Jim Quinn, and Peggy Podner led the students and public in a yocal battle ot' :heers and songs and directed the flash card defn- gngtration at the halts Together with the Manager ot Demonstrations, they worked hard tor cooperation at the games and succeeded very well, The bright, goldviacketed Paralreets, girls' pep organi7ation, helped to brighten the gridiron picture with demonstrations and cheers, Led by Gloria McCoy, their president, the girls added color and pep tothe basletball games, rallies, and other school activities, ln addition to their customary activities the Paralieets con- ducted war stamp and bond Sales throughout the year. Phi Epsilon Phi, the men's pep organiza- tion, was under the leadership ot Bob Bugdanc-witz, ln cooperation with the Paralreets they assisted at rallies, demon- strations, and other various school func- tions, The organization was created to prornote spirit and cooperation between the student body and the faculty and to extend student service throughout the school. H2 NSTR TI S N 9? B "D" Club aclivilies perlain princi- pally lo llrie inlroduclion and main- lenance ol lradilion among incom- ing sludenls. Composed ol leller- .,., men in all plwases ol sporls, llwe club has drilled along willwoul a delinile program lor several years, bul succeeded in being acifve at leasl in sponsoring one ol llwe big- -- X' gesl dances ol llie year. This year Bob Wilson presided over 'flue group wilh Don Carlson as vice presidenl, Bill Scliumaclcer as secre- 'V' lary,and Frank Moore as Treasurer. -N ' 'x "D" CLUB QUEEN-Jean Crotchett, cenrer, -47,4 with Marlene Wimberly and Ruth Sfuver, her attendants. Row one: Earl Campbell, Tom Saracino, Bill Proclor, Bob Wilson, Jerry Ollo, Mel Scliwarlz, Loyd Eslcildson, Wayne Flanigan. Row lwo: Ed Lesar, Forresl Wagers, Willard Miller, Franlr Moore, Jacl: l-loolr, Fred Jacobs. Raw llwree: Clarence Carlton, Merrill Thomas, Chef Thompson, Frank Burfon, Joe Cribari. Leonard Allerman. Row four: Babe Lind, Jim Pagliasolli, Roy Saunders, Jaclc Gardner, Harold l-land, Nol in llie picrure: Gregg Browning, Bernie Craig Ross Dennison, Leon Diner, Naie Feld, Pele Gingras, Jael: Girlin, Leo Gray, Bid Halford. Loren l-lays, Jolwn l-lerlevicln, Ben l-lill, Elmer Johnson, Bob Molwar, Glegg McKellar, Bob Newell, Warren Reed, Howard Sclwechlel, Mile Slimaclc, Joe Velasquez, Bill Weimar. s - i " n v. -.s, H3 -X '1 Q'il - Ns.. u I Q. - --U '51 'V -, A 5 f ! : t b f' T i ' A Q- fx. A " 'gltigip , Y V -M E . . - SX Y: qw ,hx 5 " -A.- ,,-N 4 . ' 5 I , N" -A .4-fl --.-' - Y . ,Q ' , -.M N... . S ' E ' -i A - u -. i Y - . 1 -4. -4 , . W g, 1 u 7 Q . 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LETICS Following a decision rnade in December, I94l, Denver's Pioneers wilhdrew from 'rhe Big Seven conference in May, I942, afler refusing +0 agree To The l.eague's new rule for slricl home-and-home scheduling arrangemenis. l-lowever, Denver played Hs original foolrloall schedule for I942 wilh Big Seven learns. The Pioneers launched Their independenf schedule in January, I943, and were highly suc- cessful. This year's cage guinfel was a serni-finalisr in Nalional A. A. U. Afhlefic Direcfor Ellison Kefchum finds his worlc in sfadium adminisfralion one of coordina+ing lhe diverse aclivilies connecfed wilh an afhlefic program. ,Q ' 1, r 1 . 9 : x ,,.- ""'f 'sl in 51 .1 1 ,, , Q Q59 ' Q ww Y -rf-'Nw eLfgP,,,. .Ft-'-5-fm.,-f-,..,. . . i , , suv- A , 5,2352 '-.-fl. V A '. 1' '- 1-i" 1 n in Mi 5 . X Q gi I X .. ' "' an .v V? - Wava Brown handles all the secrefarial duties associafed with fhe busy sfadiurn office. Dave Wyall, Alhlefic Business Manager. has de- veloped a well coordinaled financial syslem. l-le supervises riclcel' sales, rnainlenance and sporls cosls, and awards a+hle+ic granfs. 4 I s.-. Q A. W. Duncan solves the innumerable problems connecfed wiil'1il19 operation of fhe Stadium. 115 FCDQTBALL i5il57,:gs'a?T Qi During his TirsT year as head TooTball coach, Ellison KeTchum employed a razzle- dazzle "T" TormaTion wiTh iTs Torward passes and laTerals. DepicTing This new sTyle oT play, The Team was labeled "KeTchum's Crazy Kids." DespiTe iTs heavy losses oT men To The armed serv- ices, This TighTing Team Thrilled and amazed sporTs wriTers and specTaTors. IT was by Tar The mosT popular Team aT D. U. in many years. Playing iTs lasT schedule as a member oT The "Big Seven ConTerence," Denver Tin- ished The season in second place aTTer be- ing deTeaTed only by UTah and Colorado UniversiTy. This year conTerence laws were revised To allow Treshmen To parTicipaTe in all var- siTy sporTs. Several Trosh were included in The TirsT-sTring Team. A "B" squad was organized and coached by ArT Quinlan. Regular games were scheduled wiTh Junior College Teams and daily scrim- mages were held wiTh The varsiTy. Granville Johnson kepT The aThleTes in superior condiTion by a rigorous Training program. H6 a Y . Q' HT T i I 1 2 Q r A ii.i Wax.: A yiin i Y T . I I. ,l , il y Upper: Ellison KeTchum as head coach Tielded a husTling and spiriTed Team. Lower: AssisTanT Coach Marla Duncan ably han- dled The line and gave invaluable aid To The Team. Lower righT: ArT Quinlan, varsiTy baclcfield coach, fielded a "B" Team which was undeTeaTed. --Q., Experience was llwe lreynole ol' This Pioneer eleven line: Browning, Craig, Backs: Schechlel, McKellar, Mohar, Saracino. Gingras, Thompson, Sclwmaclcer, Carlson. Diner -l- V 4 g-U l , .4.. . 'P - V -ff.. ,V A' . i ,g 5 ...Aa by .1 V 7--1: Z 5'Il15Pow .p!V'Q, -- uv . , , 'E I" --. 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" '-7-. fue L g' A ' ' ALL-CONFERENCE Howard Sclwechfel was lnonorecl An excellenf raclrle was Gregg Browning was unequaled at halfbacl: Bernie Cralq at end Don Carlson rafed as an oufslanding faclule H7 THE TE l. 2351: 'T'-9 Gi , CO Capffin an-,L Z' viii?- CT' 3999 B'CWn5"9"E"'d A., -Up Clarence Carlion-Tackle Bernie Craig-Tackle Joe Cribari-Center Don Ca :son Teh ,, if X4 -calf? 4-.. Q 'LZVW f fl -4-'ics b F5-:ss Defwlst'-Emi leon Ulmer-fEnd Nafe Feld-Guard Wayne Flaniqan-End Peie Ginqras-Guard Jed GEf?Y'v--Bad BH! Hmford-Back Harold Hand-B 118 -aa, as, -12' " ack y QU- FA C R x. Loren Hays-End John Herlevich--Guard F F ,Q .V ws- , 'i ff if ' 1 u qiiy I R Y Q . S f ' v- ffehtf , 3,-.97 X . . ' nv.. 'A .. . ..,- . 1 , 5 Q ,p dvffrfk A J T, tix, v Q' X I Q 1 ' QM' F x Ed Lesar-End Clegg McKellar--Back lf' 0 ix xX 1 Bill Procfor-Back Tom Saracino-Back I l942 A 1' 'w' . R". y' In K. 'Q ' - r 'Q ,Gy 'f , . s ' V "7 lk , A 9 Vw, f1'f 'f'1- cj PKicf3?'f+' N iii. .':?f"?f -"' ' WWard Milier-Guard John Molwar-Back Jmf PaQMaggH.fTaQkIe . ' xxknfxgyg - t -H 5:4 . my W 1 i' ' 'K O x K ' 3- ' -xc ' , . , 4 Q -f - - , af N. , iff,-C -- 'Q X. , , W , f .LG P 'N P .'.f':'i1'fi." ' SL- If " Howard scheme:-sdgk . Compfdfn M3962 Sfma-Bavk BNH Schumacher--Guard LX' 211545 11 1 6 s X,.Sx gg it Chei Thompson-Cenfer Joe Velasquez-Guard Gene VorEs-Back FOFFSSV WGQSVS-End B073 VVNSOU-BGCLH H9 S ASC DENVER, I7-UNIVERSITY OF KANSAS, 0 A case of Denver iiTTers produced a miraculous amounT oT Tumbling during This conTesT wiTh Kansas U. Denver UniversiTy Pioneers ouTrushed The Jayhawlrers l7l yards To 64 To win. END-AROUND CLICKS . . . but Browning is brought down afTer a short gain by Turner, K. U. end. DENVER, 26-COLORADO STATE, 0 f Colorado STaTe never goT a chance To see The bali during This niqhT game and was soundly humbled by D. U. Sporhnq clever, TwisTir1q. slashing plays off The "T" TorrnaTion, The speedy Pioneers bewildered The bigger and more experienced Farmers. HALFORD SCORES ON PASS . . , as Aggie player Maeda T73 aftempfs To Iilock ball. Carlson l37j and Diner T313 smile as Moninger HOT looks disgusTed. DENVER, I2-UNIVERSITY OF UTAH, 2l Denver's briliianf plays, one by SchechTel Tor B9 yards, and Denver's qreaTer yardage gained, all wenT Tor rioThing in This qarne, which saw The Pioneers lose To The heavier UTes. The Pioneers ouTgained The UTes, however, and puT on a razzle-dazzle show. FIRST-STRING LINE . . . Browning, Craig, Schumacher, Cribari, Miller Carlson, and Diner, I DENVER, 26-BRIGHAM YOUNG, 6 Wilh Tancy laferals and decephve plays The D. U. Pioneers greaTly ouTclassed B. Y. U. The rnosT spedacular play OT The game Came when John Mohar passed 20 yards To Harold l-land, who Then ran 30 yards To a Touchdown in The lasT Tew seconds. "HOLD THAT BUFF" , , . say SchcchTel Clll and Girhn l22l as They run To assisr an unidentified D. U. player who is making a vicious Tackle. DENVER, Zl-COLORADO MINES, 0 Denyens Pioneers and Colorados Miners rang up The curTain on thc- l942 Poclmy MounTain TooTball season wiTh a dull ConTesT. DespiTe The soggy and slippery TurT, The Pioneers won handily. CLOSE THAT GAP , . . yell the Miners as Spieles T901 plugs The hole Voris T331 is plowing Through To a Touchdown, f-r-s - - X ,V., 'Mn -., Ac g A-. v l T i ! , H - ' - S l A we J' f fl so A T vs az., .11 -s-if-Ls 75" , ,,.. T , .., Q Tux - - ' . .-, 1 1 y 1048- -V .' .' X 1 , , ,f . fx T-fi.-' -' '- . ' - E2-is-.1.,.-' . ga f- -M T l I '-T T , ,,. ' ' -4. l ' '-, A .fl-l".: sg 'ij SXT.. px -... . - E fl. -J A - . 1 , . . ul X174 'A -Q. "" Tl . 'V . . V . N.Sz11T:r' UN Z. W' . i t ' -., ' X ' I Q : .east -A T lPf"Xw ,.x . : - . fun... l ' h . N Q nw' ,.' 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DENVER, I7-UNIVERSITY OF WYOMING, I4 ln e mud-mired game daring whiign the lead chf,n'1ed 'Me times Denvers fighting Pioneers rnarasiifd lit squfwzr -i. a 'my rver Wyomungs Cowboys. Denver srsred in final seccr s rn 5 30 yard pass to Diner and a laleral to Saracinf, GRAB THE PIGSKIN AND RUN , , Girtm takes by Wyoming tacklers af Clark 1387 lunges and Gru-.len C433 fcebly chases hirn DENVER, 0-IOWA STATE, 7 In another chilly, snow-swept tilt, Iowa State cutpctinted a lighting Pioneer eleven, 7 to O. Eight thousand shivering tans saw Old Man Experience come ott the Cyclone bench to hold a raw Denver team scoreless. Gregg Browning began his all-conference performances with this game. TACKLE THE BLOCKER , . D. U threatens to score against Iowa State but Carlson is held as Saracmo falls, clutching the ball. DENVER, I3-UTAH STATE, I3 Showing a complete reversal ol the lorrn which earlier in the season rnarlred them as one ol the conferences strongest teams, the Pioneers were tied by an alert Utah State team, ending all Denveris hopes ot being the Conference Champion. YARDAGE IS VALUABLE . , . Chet Thompson rushes to halt Twitchell of Utah State and Saracxno C261 closes in, DENVER 6-COLORADO 3I A lusterless Denver team dropped the Thanksgiving Day game to a red hot C. U. team. Denver scored its only touchdown by a sustained march by completing long passes. STOP THAT BACK . . . Jack Gzrtm shakes loose from a C. U. player and leaps his own interference. ASKETBALL I Upper: Ellison Kelchum, in his lhird season as D. U. baslcelball rnenlor, lurned oul a 'ream ranking wilh rhe greal IQ37 cage quinlel. Leaving in mid-season as a Naval Lieulenanf, he had developed lhe play- ers inro being lundamenrally sound. and 'rhey were guided by his influence aller he lell. Lower leflr Marlc Duncan succeeded Kelchum as coach. Allhough inexperienced in lhis field, he handled his new assiqnrnenl wilh +he assurance of a veferan. l-le is due much credil lor lhe +eam's lale season successes. Assislanl Baslcelloall Coach Ari Quinlan aided lvlarlc wilh lhe varsity and developed a "B" squad learn which was undelealed. Bw ' , V f' 1 I . i U 1 , l I x41 '1'-" - ll ll l-- " l - - - - Q U 1 - 12 I -' 'T' ' " ' ff , 'F ,s A I1 , , JQI L- 1 r: , 1 -I - ' I 5 I I ., r ' I If H , Q' f E H L r .sr . Ai I 4 wk . I' . - X Q U I , ' I I ill-J' uc in ."-... , A 5 'ii Earl Campbell, center Don Carlson, guard Loren Hays, forward Fred Jacobs, center Frank Moore forward 122 SEMI-FINALISTS NATIONAL A. A. U. BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT The l943 Pioneer baslceTball Team was raTed as one oT The besT college Teams in The naTion. IT was one oT The mosT ouTsTanding squads in The hisTory oT D. U. Ranked as a sure TirsT-round loser in The NaTional A. A. U. BaslceTball TournalmenT, This Team succeeded in reaching The semi-Tinals, where iT losl by Tour poinTs To Phillips 66 Cilers. D. U. deTeaTed The Provo STeeler, Brigham Young UniversiTyg Naval Air Base, Norman, Qlcla- homap Williams Field, Arizona, and losT To Phillips 66 in semi-Tinals and Wyoming UniversiTy, naTional collegiaTe champs, in Third place playoTT. Playing an independenT schedule, The basl4eTball Team remained undeTeaTed againsT Colorado College, Colorado Mines, and Greeley STaTe. l-lowever, The Pioneers iourneyed To lVlonTana, where They spliT a Two-game series wiTh lvlonTana UniversiTy and losT To lVIonTana STaTe. ForT Warren, Wyoming, deTeaTed D. U. Twice buT losT The reTurn game. THE 1913 Di NAT1L0NASL A.. A. SQBIAD EgITRYd Firstcrowfh I6 H y B b Second Team NaTional A. A. U. All- W'lson, ran oore, om aracino, erry No, econ row: oac Ch k ' ' ' Alierman, Earl Campbell, Bill Weimar, Fred Jacobs. fgrgjggin guard Oi N43 is Leonard l I----1 1-1--I l-- -I Sl - li A - I" , ' - l ..,. -I l T - K X 5' - I li i ,ig . Bl... I I lil as ' "5 .3....aiaaT-gf -'T ,Q sl '. 4,5 I l I i mun- J y Otto, forward Tom Saracino, guard Merrif Thomas, guard Bill Weimar, center Bob Wils 123 Hays HJ baufles ,MH 'Nmkw f2oj CmmdmC QI1eqe. NW-American Aiferman fakes away from a Provo for rebound, Sie-eler QB. Y. U.l cuard, . z"5 .J as Z1 t ,Li fl S 'fx 'Q .X vnix rf' Nl 'A R 1 Q .,f' w 1 af: Cfil Q!"-' if G uv' '1-:Q 'ti' yr G , Q 4. ' -- .,. , . -, A , ,, J .. 1 1. an 'f1""'f 'Q43 Pmffi T1l1'1Q"1 Wff3W"i'I Camibfui Offs, 1141 drwes under fhe baslfe+ guarded by Pralle 'N,,g,,f-- AMN rg A w-rwan Havs, Saraglrm, Back: 1441 of Philljps bb' Mfiveg Fr-' "gf "1-afazefj Cruise: Qu-Men, Veidvum L.ff-1-'T'fff1e-Ov: 124 A Phillips 66 eller drives ifi as Weimar fries vainly 10 Here D. U is dd--.afir-ii Brigham Young Ummrszfy block H19 siwc-1. who pinw,-d as Pruvri STE-eie-rs in A, A, U. Capiain Bob Wi'son drives down fhe middle To slwoof Weimar and 5 Philiips 66 piayer cm up as D, U, was a one-hand push shoi. iosinq in the semi-fine! round mf A. A U. 125 BASEB LL 'nf l 4 1 Ar+ Quinlan, former professional baseball player, was newly appoinfed +o replace Dan Slavely as baseball coach. l-lis assisfanl' was Dave Wyall, who handled fhe +eam when Ar? was lraveling. Under Quinlan's lulelage, lhe leam members developed a sound lundamenlal slyle of play. The Pioneer baseball season of l943 wilnessed a good Denver Uni- versily nine gel oll lo a viclorious slarl in Hs firsl independenl season buf wind up in a deep slump. Final 'rallies showed six wins as opposed fo four defeals by Roclcy lvlounlain Teams. The schedule included games wilh Greeley Slale, Colorado College, and Mines. Greeley Sfale and Colorado College were delealed by D. U. bul laler lurned lhe fables by winning. Lelfermen relurningr lnfielders, Saunders, Eslcildson, Oflo, Gray: oullielders, Lesar and Wilson: baffery, Proclor, Lesar, Schwarlz. Hall and l-luber were newcomers. 126 f. 1 ms 'ia " Y -ml. -s 1,55 A , uf . 1. llif Q. , 'H ' "W 'Z 1 7 N: , , 'f I Q ' t 1 E 'Ne J ll , I N ll ' E ' E'f"'s"' ' . ca Mmm 4.-.L '- lkf' 'k 11 , --.. Jr Q SN. 'A , .V r .N L , T114 l , 'J Ig-3 . X qj.7:I E -,,' ' ' qt ' N X 5 ' , S155 X ' Pug -. . . W , -.EC 'A ' ' -- 5 f TEAM MEMBERS Row one: Loyd Eslclldson, infield Mel Schwartz, catcher Row two: Ed Lesar, pitcher Bill Proctor. pitcher Row tlwreez Roy Saunders, infleld Leo Gray, infield Row tour: Bob Wilson, outfield Row ,lerrv Ollo, lnlleld five: Bill l-luberl outfield Bill l'lall, Oullleld Butch Thomas. infield Don Orange pitclwer Bill Coates, catcher Gid Taggart, oultrelcl Pioneer basbeball team of l943, From left +0 rigtwr in ine fkgt ,-,3-Ng Milntclt' Themes Bob Wilson, Bill Proctor, Mel Schwartz Art Qolnlan Jr, Far" Eslllrjfqn Rm Saunders, Jerry Otto, Second row: C-:aclt Onlntan Fl-Dvd Buchanan, Stuart S0urnwo"k Grd liqgtirf Ed Lesar Bill Huber, Don Orange Brll Coz'-es. Leo Gray Btfl l-lall, Manager Qarafgtrc and Asarswnt Ciaclw Wyatt. Willard Mlller is aosert. . , on -':' Kflfiffi N 9 "l l fy" rw... fw- .-, I V ,Q l. Qu - , , lm.. -. Nr 1 N-Q .. '---.Q Quay, Cfnqrafs Lesdr crosseg fha 5 9 L1 ff ng Orange Huis a deep druve fo cenfer Feld aqams? Mmes , ,Ls M' 1 , an "' 4' L Li, f f," .T " 1 'PWGMZ 5 5 'Y One 55 We GVSEVEY PIGYEV Saunders shows mee form IN sfrekhung for a low one n 5 a1rhm mr df fu-5+ Pi 1. 'f ,gk VE ",-1 ., Time ou+ from baseball for a liHIe horseplay as fhe Af the "varsi+y show" goes on. from scoring, plafe Lesar blocks a Miner and prevenfs him I F -+ , gm -wx -M11 1 2'!""' iq-1-af!.',1 H-.v -- - -. 'V' .gf '- '1-a-ww as. ,, A A "' x. u . L -V... '- . of .4 54 - as . . Greeley Sfafe beafs Wilson To WFS1' wifh H19 fhrow. "O0p5"--Huber fagyup 51' 'third as 5 Miner affempfs To puf him ouf. 129 is TRACK x l so .I l xg A A 4 K '.!-1 4 N f f' I. 1 . p-., ' Y '14, 1.-. ' - i'5v - FQ.. f -Ry -X W vfgssgm. - ' l 7 k .rf-3--:fw lv hh ' . . ' 'Te-five, 1 Q . xi y . s - Y . ' it 'i' 5A'fS4"'- rea" Q . - - L ' ', ' ' . 'fix-5' . K rl?-li ' i . V -., ' -'N--... . V . "2,QTf-b ' - .7 . ' -'-lr-'AQ' fr 'f' -"if l. ,':.'.fX,"r'?1, qs' '. X -gas JH:-. hi, 3 .'-- Q., TTT- -5 1, -. 4 . if " yn, .12-f?z .' " .,., :rJJ'f"f.'Q'1 -3- v, 1-fr: 4 f, , " '--1-'Wi S Cher Thompson ably hurls the discus . 3 ' il. -KN Q ff. Z5-. Lefty Camobell wins the half mile 130 w F ,. i . f 4 1 fi r gi 1 5 x A Dave Wyafr, former 'rraclc sfar al' D. U., coached 'rlwe rraclc 'ream for llwe firsl' lime rhis year, replacing Ellison Kelchum. Track: never 'foo much of a success al' Denver, has been on +l1e upgrade for rhe pasf few years and shows more promise rlwan ever wi+h WyaH as coach. Daily flue candidares complere exrensive condirioninq exercises designed by 'flue coach To round rhem info lop form. -'. F' Q - .90 r Nami " 't-... Ll Harold Hand was a star freshman contender Mile relay anchor man Fred Jefferies Stoffel ran the mile and two mile Fabflzll-'5 9'-'fs 'he Sho' ea5llY 4 Al' 'rhe slarl of lhe season approximalely lhirfy men Turned oul for 'rraclc lhis year. Many ' were compeling in lhis sporl wilh 'rhe prospecl ol condilioning Themselves for 'rhe armed services. - Few of lhe men had aclual experience and Earl Campbell and Forresl Wagers were lhe only relurning lelfermen. ll-lowever, several numeral men in i942 were on hand, namely: Chel' Thompson, Floyd Buchanan, and Fred Jeffries. Since freshmen may compele in varsily sporfs,+he 'ream will rely on The newcomers for added supporl. The squad of i943 scheduled malches wilh Colorado College, Greeley, and enlered Jrhe Na- lional Collegiale Alhlefic Associalion regional 'rraclc and field meer held al D. U. Besides Den- ver, Colorado, Universily, New Mexico, Colorado College, and Greeley Slale were enlered. D. U. caplured lhird place wilh Earl Campbell winning bolh The high iump and The hall mile. The leam enjoyed a very successful season and won Hs share of viclories. I5 5 X -is The lreclc squad for I943. Row one: Floyd Buchanan, Gil Good.Gordon l-lays, Roberl Sfoffel, Herman Richman, Leonard Schulfz Row fwo: Earl Campbell, John Robison, Harold Fabrizius, Mel Snyder, Chef Thompson, Loren Dofy, Willis Esllow. 131 1 TENN S Frank Moore replaced busy Dave Wyatt as Tennis Coach. l-le was l942 Big Seven Conference Tennis Singles Champion and a contestant in I943 Nalional Intercollegiate Meet. Tennis this year loolc an upswing in popularily. Twenty candidales re- ported To Coach Moore and imme- dialely began practice for the coming season. Charles l-lughes and Joe Will Combined with several good freshmen to add strength to The defending Big Seven Champions. Denver has been conference champion for The lasl lwo years and only Frank Moore is relurn- ing from lhese teams. The leam scheduled matches with Mines and other colleges and re- mained undefeated. xxx Team of 1943. Row one: J. Weiderecht, E, Isihi, W. Gates, A. Bonger, W'ff 1 f d f . B. Henderson, E, Ketchum. Row two: L. Tellquest, B. Tellquest, D. Fjl1Q1leZHQ?hej and Joe I Compe e a Crm Herrmann, B. Wellman, C. Hughes, J. Witt, Coach Moore. ' a e Ou es edm' 132 GULF WiTh Babe Lind, Big Seven Golf champion, leading Their onslaughT The golT Team provided sTiTT compeTiTion Tor iTs Toes. However, Lind enTered The armed services and The burden oT The play Tell on The shoulders oT new, unTried players. Under The coaching oT David Duncan, The Team improved as The season progressed. The Team scheduled maTches wiTh various counTry clubs as well as wiTh independenT organizaTions. Babe Lind was also meTropoli1an golf champ, winner of The Hale American g-all Tournament - '- 1 'Q . X ffm!! David Duncan acTed as golf coach and succeeded in creaTing an inTeresT in This sporT. 'The golf squad consisTed of Joe Wagner, Leonard Schulfz, Jim Fields, J. Pefers, Ross Davis, and Bill Liffrell. 133 RE TL f is '-M I-I y 'I A g" g .gl 1- V rx.. WW ' P. 1 bi: ,. J:gx,N..' f ,..'1 ?iv,c gl H, ' if P.. T i X" ..f-,' 1 ,.- Ziyi, uv , 'Bi 1 QL. PX ., 'lf I-U, 'Xing ,.'gAi 'hx' -' , A, '1 ' sift, - X Q L X w . .. n , .., QQ g, ,. ,A 'Q' u ' 'xiv I Franl: Burfon. l28 pound champion Grealer inleresl' in wreslling re- sulled in more conleslanls en- deavoring lo win a place on 'rhe squad. There is a place for everyone and each person has an equal chance. Meels were held wilh Colorado Mines and Greeley S+a+e Col- lege as well as praclice mafches wifh various high schools. A Rocky lvlounlain rneef was held berween D. U., Greeley Slale, Colorado Mines, and Colorado College. The Pioneers placed second lo Greeley Slale. Har- val, Burlon, and Carllon won fheir weighls. 134 if 'ri-"'4'S-wg ' Granville B. Johnson, vel- eran wreslling coach, phys- ical educafor, and nalion- ally-lcnown condilioner of men, lurned oul his usual excellenl wreslling learn. l-lis leadership inspired his men lo grealer achieve- menls and inslilled in Them The spirif of sporfsmanship. hfgl Clarence Carlfon. heavyweight charn- Bob l-larval, I36 pound champion pion "Bend down Froslw or else" demands MD" Club presi- dent Vililson. av" If fha? fonque helps Procfor will clear flue bar by a mile. Prof, Sikes infenfly wafches his sfudenfs perform on flue gridiron. , 1 5 - 11-1 'phd ' , if MJL,,M... ---- N., .. ' X Y ' it Y ' -lm, .4 -N mf.,-,::ifs!.sa?vJ9' ' .,-, 1 A 4 , A Wk. iv F S v 'La-W ,.4-"?'w-.f4gi3gFf"1', Tho' T 1" ' - 'lf-,'l3-QA-'if'55'f-' . 1 'js .. 'A 1 -p1..x. ,qv A 1 ' ' ' ' f , 1- ' 'N-sn' + . . . . 1 ' ' ' 'L:.vx"f'.'-si -" Q" fi " A W 'f'Y5+,f ,Li "f-. .' Mw,.ov"m 5-. N 8 -' .. ig' , iw' K. r ' 1-J , f' ,I 3. . SQQYQKA 5 i i.'4"'y X X v : Sclweclnfel shows now an All Conference back eludes Tacklers. Co-Captains of The football +eam pin corsaqe on Homecoming Queen after the game. FY 'FKYX - 1 5"fE13?'5. ff" 3 -6 mug ua gk, J 'R "Throw fha? ball" yells Sid as lie sees a sure ouf a llrsf. , ir TR MUR Inframural Ecard of Direcfors. All-Clarion lnframural Foofball Team F -- . 1... . , -: , Ab 1 1 .. '. . . 0 3 1 . 3 , A Y, . . I J , K 3 -: ' .x x. 1 . , A .-.. ,Vw ,.., -,gf 4, f ,ll . , xA. I SQQQMW i a " - X 1.--5-fv wf Q V - 4, -, Q- .M x., , n Q' x WSJAP 9 N V I . A '93 K X A x. f K ID X H " D X ww Z ii J, -'T' : . K 13 .M . V IQ' '- 4 1' Og' 5 nd I HH- Y 5 YD: Q-I 4 A it Qsfiifa' , W1 . E, 1 6 s g ' ,N - I ri ' if bl' vb . 'L H K Y' 'Q 7 4 1' 'f A2 We :ffl " QQ?" ' Active parficipaiion is necessary. Q. yy 1 -4- Thaf "kick" pu? him oven' I n Q ,UI M Y M f z'f7!es1. --I-4Pl.A:ffi'wJ g i, ,ju-.JL,v:?,,,.f'w . Yi?-315 r2'3' 5,4 'f, - - -'55 16,35 " 'era ' s E, I If lL ' he N 'z 57 2 a- , ' f v -'WI A 'ffflftig .N . - '92 , ' 4' A , .F I H A 1 w. 'W 'M-he f X4 Pai him on The lgpfk for axviin. 1' X ,fp Xxx S XX aww.. Physical fifness is developed. .La I """""'-'rf' ,. , ,, 'T"3""""r'----M Y- aa-- f. - a Nil'-'ii'1:."f ef K ,. gaJS'se-- a.. ' "1 , . ' 4' ..,' - VI. . ' ' ' ' 1 A ." .. ' .- 1 I lnlramurals were handled by members of +he coaching s+aPF and physical educafion inslruclors. Their aim was lo provide 'rypes of aclive parlicipalion for everyone. Compelilion conlinuecl in The various evenls during lhe enfire year. Independenls and Frafernily leagues were Tormed wi+h +he winner in each group playing for The school championship. The Kappa Sigs won 'rhe Lew Mahoney Trophy for The lhird slraighl year in I942. A nice forehand drive. Gel lhaf pass off, .. Q. , . ,..s-sera. , ' . - r X, L , .- afrzii-f.i?'gl M ' 2.4311 is A 3-'if' P' . ' ,Q 35.15" T? 1 A" Q i ' 'S A 1 . ' o Siadiurn fraclcrnen pass The balon. Loolns lilee a hornerun. i 4 . T IX .-.----ly ,-YL' .5 Q i .1 'iff KS' ' W f' :nn T----...... i X N 4""'? ' ' ' l A "'--iz-2-4 ...L Y A v 1 , 14, an... , Nw' Q- -.1-.:5i-A-N ' -5. , , , Q, n U ,HQ .V l pk ' "Spike" Thai ball. Look out il's mine. WOMEN'S THLETI ASSGCIATIO Qi:- MargareT Durocher capped her college career by be- ing presidenT of W.A.A. and by winning The Rilling AThleTic Award, given Tor ouTsTanding service To The physical educaTion deparTmenT during Tour years. Miss Mabel Rilling presides over The women's aThleTic JuaniTa LoepTien was secreTary of W.A.A. and encour- world. Under her guidance The sporTs program has aged all W.A.A. members To worlc Towards member- become one of The mosT popular acTiviTies on The ship in R.A.C., of which she is presidenT. campus. 138 Women's aThleTics enioyed a very successful year. Varied Training is provided Tor all The Treshman sTudenTsg on Fridays Tor Two quarTers Granville Johnson lecTures To a combined class OT The men and women, while in The spring quarTer social dancing replaces The lecTures. The oTher Two days oT The weelc are spenT on sporTs, acrobaTics and modern dancing. ln addiTion To The regular classroom physical educaTion, The Women's AThleTic AssociaTion organizes enough diTTerenT sporTs each quarTer Tor every girl To Tind aT leasT one To her liking. For parTicipaTion in each maior or minor sporT, Tive-or less poinTs are awarded. When a girl accumulaTes ThirTy-Tive poinTs she becomes eligible Tor membership in The Rilling AThleTic Club. Any member who earns sixTy-Three poinTs is given a leTTer sweaTer. 1' 2 1 V 'I 14 X 'r T 'A yf , 1, A , x s. , . . ' , ' ' ' . l' 4,.- 4 if 'lg 'j i ' 1' . , fe T M xr cy gi i3 ' f W 1 T If In - 1' - it 1 1 ', Q T Im .I V i ,que I ' pq!! ' -.A, ' ' f' ' ' i'ri- ' ifzaffzi .. - f fffsneir-1-s-elf Mrs. Dulcey AmTer divides her Time beTween LamonT, Square dancing will never die ouT as long as Pioneer where she is assisTanT dance direcTor, and The campus, men and women conTinue To learn all oT iTs Tine poinTs where she Teaches modern dancing To all freshman and To have a "swell" Time doing iT. WOYTIGD. BETTY Lee Cook. Ellamae MSTZ. and Mary l-inlnqef. BaslceTball, golT, hockey, and swimming are also open along wiTh many oThers, are sTrong proponenfs oT fo gpg,-reminded Pioneer Women, Robin l-lood's sporT-archery. 139 Q--...r . .I -:f'r:r:-Q-+1 , Q "' . P K . -Q: Baloniwirler Juanila Loeplien leads Denver parades Beffer fix your face and hair, since exercising musses and exlwibhions. your near appearance. " :gw-' we-r..,. H. TAY """3:..'..','1"l':,, 5. 'lx sl Q-1 4 ,. - ,.',,,, , ' - S JW - '-sv-ag Regular le-nnls classes are l-meld and fournarnenfs Guess I'll noi lool: af flwe ball nexl' lime and maybe scheduled. I can hi? H. 140 Excifemenf and cheers as The new Parakeefs are Tapped The new members of Paraleefs proudWy line up for by active members. insoeciion, Juke box dancing is ho? and jivey ai flwe All-girls' qef- Free, Flowing 'ncvemeni fo smogth r!w,f+hm in Modern foqefber. Dance Classes. 141 zrvafevnizinj Abbs soda, oigg 'kink ir-A' FRATERNITIES TER FR TER ITY C0 NCIL K.. Frank Moore, Presidem' of fhe Council, of Kappa Sigma Bon Kunse of Lambda Chi Alpha Jim Landrum of Pi Kappa Alpha lnTerTraTerniTy Council is composed of The presidenTs oT The various TraTerniTies of The UniversiTy. Frank Moore, Kappa Sigma prexy, was elecTed presidenT of This Council, which meeTs every oTher week To discuss and iron ouT Tra- TerniTy problems. The Councils big social acTiviTy-The lnTerTraTerniTy Dance-was held laTe in May This year, and despiTe The draTT The TraTerniTies had a very successful year. aug Norman iMcDanal of Sigma Alpha Bill Huber of Sigma Phi Epsilon Epsilon Sam Lusky of Tau Epsilon Phi Oliver Bown oT BeTa TheTa Pi it . af9 X 3144 :HAL l-Toward Sche-chTel oT Phi Sigma Delta LPHA K PP ll llxl X A l 'TX Bela chapler eslablished here in l9l0, six years afler lhe lralernily was lounded al New Yorlc Uniyersily. The symbolic flower is lhe Chrysan- lhemum, and lhe colors are Gold and Navy Blue. OFFICERS: Presidenl Sidney Arnold Vice Presidenl Thomas Cool: Secrelary Roberl Scholl Treasurer Roberl Suppes I46 P l MEMBERS: Arnold, Sidney Baler, Richard Bidwell, Elberl Brunslein, Phillip Carlson, Joseph Carr, Jack Chrisl, Al Cook, Thomas Davy, William Decker, James Dulcher, Roberl Ealcer. Roberl .2 'FY Ellis, Roberl Endicoll, Fred Fischer, Max Frye, James Gemmill, Roberl Hayden, Leon Hosleller, William Kirlrley, Melvin Lonqbroolr, Lesler Mendenhall, George Norberg, Roberl Pallerscn. Roberl Purdy, Harold Roberls, Warren Ross, Roberl Ryan, Roberl Scholl, Roberl Shroyer, Frank Smilh, Glenn Slrain, Rodney Suppes, Roberl Theander, Richard Tool, Marc Walker, Sleven Whilalrer, Leslie Woodson, James BETA CHAPTER Row Row Row Row Row Row one: Arnold, Bidwell, Brunslein, Carlson, Carr +wo: Christ, Cook, Davy, Decker, Ealxer Hwree: Endicoff, Fischer, Frye. Gemmill, l-leafon four: Hosfefler, Kirkley, Norberq, Paflerson, Purdy five: Roberls, Ross. Smith, Sfrain, Suppes six: Tlweander, Tool, Walker, Wliifalrer, Woodson F i '-T" ' .: -1 Q99 'firm -5 RQ SQ 'Q Y'i l Q- 1 l YTLT - - - U 3 1 i i i - - - Z - 1 l i i - - - - - - l l T 1, 1' 1. 5 1 , ii Yf':'i?g",', 'rs,,-,lnljsj .Q F-lyk A, Q3 ly, V., 1 .4-tj'- i , . i , , .i : ' '. A v i .5 -- V J L '1' ' -i .F 9311 visa!! 4+" 3m22!I 'Y '1"""R 11" --4 1?i"' T' ' "'NL ,K,x- 1 T: " L- , 7 E 5 ff 1 A z 4 V I M fi,,f7'ff7fl5il ilWLi?3siJL BET THETA PI Alpha Zela chapler eslablished here in IBSB, forly-nine years aifer ills founding al' Miami Universily. Beta colors are Pink and Blue, and fhe flower is The American Beaufy Rose. OFFICERS: Presidenf Oliver Bown Vice Presidenf Lew Mahoney Secrelary Ed Lenicheck Treasurer Joe Wagner MEMBERS. Barnhill, Frank Bown, Oliver Bufcher, Jim Campbell, Earl Campbell, Jack Childers Pay Delriak, Sian Fields, Jim Gould, Whitney Hardy, Vlayne l-lolch, Ar? Hollinqsworlh, Jim 148 Hugharf, Robert Jackson, Jack Johnslon, McClain Kerr, Dave Kline, Jack Lenicheck, Ed LiHlef'ield, Harold Liflrell, Bill Mahoney, Lew Mahony, Roberl' Marx, Leroy Mayer, John McCleery, Roberi McCullough, John Mcl-lugh, Jack Muller, William Mullin, George Musqrove, William Officer, Dick Ogier, Eugene Oulwaler, Sian Pefers, Jerry Peferson, Dean Robison, John Rutledge, Roberl' Sanborn, Duane Seward, Lynn Shermack, Gordon Schullz, Leonard Smilh, William Spangler, William Sfrickland, Paul Trigg. Jim Wagner, Joe Willson, Jack Wilson, Gene Will, Joseph ALPHA ZETA CHAPTER Row Row Row Row Row Row 'Q 1+ 9 one: Barnlmill, Bown, Bufcher, Campbell, Defriclr, Fields fwo: Hardy, Holclw, Huqlwarf, Jackson, Kerr, Lenichecl: fhree: Lifflefleld, Liffrell, Mahoney. L., Malaony, R., Marx, Mccullouglw four: Mcl-lugh, Mullin, Officer, Oqier, Oufwafer, Peferson Eve: Robison, Sanborn, Schullz, Spangler six: Wagner, Willson, Wilson, Wifi ,, ,,, 4: '13 L- X 'Q E 3 av 'fi' 95?-A f 0 -an , gl W iss 1 YK DELTA SIGM PI X- ...., N ,..f A20 ,J ' X511 '. - fiy l-Fa ,f ffl ...un - if 9 'Q 35 ' 5:1- iles...-'..f'i'i!3I ' ' 57,133 Alpha Nu chapler was eslablished Y here in l925, eiqhleen years afler Hs founding al' New Yorlr Universify. lj, The flower is The Red Rose, and ifs ' ' colors are Gold and Royal Purple. OFFICERS: Presidenf Charles Miller Vice Presidenl' Fred Jeffries Treasurer Dave Van Alcen Secrefary Roberl Eye MEMBERS: Bader, Ross Bonham, George Brown, Rey Broyles, Bradley Dickey, Harold Domenico, Malcolm Duffner, Lowell Eye, Robert Emmell, Wyllis T50 Farkas, Charles l-larfwell, Donald Herfnelry. Jack Hicken, Gerald Hix, Donald Horsl, Roberl Hursf, Roberf Jeffries, Fred Johnson, Darrel Kress, Ralph Maxon, Kennelh McGauqhey, Warren Miller, Charles Mofz, Kennelh Robinson, William Rudmann, Theodore Trace, Robert Townley, Thomas Van Aken, Dave X 1 G ALPHA NU CHAPTER one: Bader Bonham, Brown, Dickey +wo: Duffner, Eye, Hariwell, Herfnelzy Three: Hicken, Hix, Jeffries. Johnson four: Maxon, McGaughey, Miller, Mofz Eve: Robinson, Rudmann, Van Allen G lv. , 31, age Q-, I - I I I I PPA SIGMA Befa Omicron chapter was eslab- lished in 1902, and The nafional was founded in I869 ai the Universify of Virginia. The Lolors are Scarlet, While and Green, The flower is the Lily of the Valley. OFFICERS: President Frank Moore, Jr. Vice President Clegg McKellar Secretary Al Doepke, Jr. Treasurer Harry Vaupel 152 MEMBERS: Appell, Charles Appell, Rod Collopy, Charles Collopy, Frank Craig, Bernie Cribari, Joseph Crocker, John Dennison, Ross Desserich, Emile Doepke, Jr., Al Francis, Roberl French, Warren Garland, Dave Halford, William 'N Harris, Harry Hays, Loren Hiezer, Kennelh Macaluso. James Mackey, Harold , Maison, Don McKellar, Clegg Moore, Jr., Frank Morris, Don Newmann, Courlney Oberq, Jack CHO, Jerry Paqliasoffi, James Procfor, William Rawlinson, Harry Rominqer, Roberf Saracino, Thomas Saunders, Roy Schumacker, William Schwarfz, Mel Scofi, Roberf Sheppard, Jay S+. Johns, William Sfidgers, Willis Thomas, Merril? Thompson, Chesfer Vaupel, Harry Viner, William Weimer, William Wilson, Robert Zerr, Emmefi BETA OMICRON CHAPTER Row Row Row Row Row X - f one: Appell, C., Appell, R., Collopy, C., Cribari two: Crocker, Desserich, French, Garland Three: Harris, Macaluso, Moore, Paqliasoffi four: Procfor, Saracino, Saunders, Schumaclrer ive: Schwarfz, Thompson, Vaupel, Wilson Gu 4 L MBDA CHI LPHA v'EfQl'5QQe: Alpha Pi chapler was esfablished here in I9I7, eiqhf years offer ifs founding afBos1'on Universify. Purple, Green, and Gold are The colors, and fhe flower is lhe Violel. OFFICERS: Presidenl Bon Kunse Vice Presidenf Claude Corlcaclel Secrelary Glenn Schulfz Treasurer William McConnell l54 MEMBERS: Ball, Ray Conant Kennelh Corlcadel, Claude Eiker, Calvin Flora, Donald Frifz, Curlis Good. Gilberf Hagener, Louis Hallam, Arfhur Johnson, Harold Keyes, Lynn Kefchum, Elmer Kunse, Bon Lacey, Ralph Liscum, George Newport Elswiclc Niven, Harold Niven, Jarold Olson, Duane Oman, Leslie Schullz, Glenn Sonsiellie, Lawrence McConnell, William Walfe,-5' Rolland Moore. James Weber, William ALPHA Pl ZETA CHAPTER Row Row Row Row n- ,,J , . NM, i ly PHI SIGMA DELT lofa clwapfer was insfalled in I920, Ien years affer The nafional was founded af Columbia Universify. Purple and Wlwiie are the colors and fheir flower is flwe Violet OFFICERS: Presidenf Howard Sclweclilel Vice Presiden+ Theodore Jackson Secrefary Ivan Goldsfein Treasurer Leon Goldfogel I 56 MEMBERS: Allen, Harry Alterman, Leonard Balaban, Harlan Brown, Jerry Feld. Nafhan Felson, Donald Fisher, Morfon Ginsburg, Arnold Goldfogel, Leon Goldsfein, Ivan Goodman, Jack Hellerslein. Marvin gg! ix Jackson, Theodore Luiz, Irving Nemrow, Sol Pepper, Ira Perolan, Morfon Reifi, Beniamin Rosensiein, Alvin Scheclwfel, Howard Sfrear, Leonard Tulper, Leon Vean, I-Ierberf Waldbaum, Louis PI K PPA ALPH Founded al +l'1e Universify of Vir- ginia in IB68, and flwe Gamma Gamma clwapfer was insfalled in 1924. The flower is The Lily of llwe Valley and fhe colors are Game? and Gold. OFFICERS: Presidenf am Jolly Vice President Fred Jacobs Secrefary Roberf Clark Treasurer Bob Flanders 158 MEMBERS: Brown, Dan Browning, Gregg Browning, Jim Clark, Robert coals, William Dere, Claris Eppley, Ralph Fini, Pete Flenigan, Wayne Flanders, Roberi Fluclcey, Jim Harris, Ray Herbsl, Harvey Jacobs, Fred Johnson. Earl Jolly, William Landrum, James Marinace, Paul Neher, Gene E: Pfrefzsclwner. Roberl' Reed. Jim Scollin, Jacli Sfimack, Milne Slimaclc, Roberf Slrefz, John Uzelac, Eddie Vance, l.aDene Voris, Gene Williams, J. W. GAMMA GAMMA CHAPTER Row Row Row Row ' i 1 , . ., 1 T A ' T f , "1,Q'7',w -1:-ip ,-V.fr',- !1,.,U L., LW-, . T T.fa::'g1ip?1-L.gifygifiiii L s.a21+'.si!,' 4294.1 fm + .1.i..,....- ..--.. v.-. . ....-- .'fj'c-'5"""!pg -21 W s 'r vig' , A ' i L 'f' s r' , ,"i,f,lAQit" KU N',,. x ig IGMA LPHA EP ILC? In l89l The Colorado Zela chap- rer was established here, fhirly-five years ailer Us founding af Alabama Universify. Their colors are Royal Purple and Old Gold, and ll-me flower is The Violel, OFFICERS: President Norman McDanal Vice Presiden? Warren Reed Secrelary Bob Hayes Treasurer Gordon While T60 MEMBERS: Alverson, Norman Anderson, Roberr Balenl, Ralph Besf, Robert Bonorno, Francis Booker, Larry Boss, Grover Bourquin, Jules Bridqewafer, Glen Carfwriqhi, Allen Dofy, Loren Drose, Jack Face, Leonard Goe, William Groves, Jasper Hand, Harold Harrman, Ted Hayes, Gordon Hayes, Roberl Kinsley, Kenneih Kirlcpalriclr, Raymond McCallin, Paul McDanal, Norman McFadden, Jack Newell, Roberr Perkins. James Reed. Warren SCOH, Crawford Scribner, James Sieber, Ted Slerner. Joseph Slone, Edward Tewell, William Van Noy, John While, Gordon Wirfh, Edward COLORADO ZETA CHAPTER Row one: Alverson, Bonomo, Booker, Boss, Carfwriqhf Row fwo: Defy, Drose, Face. Gee, Groves Row Hwree: Hayes, Kirkpafrick, McCallin, McDanal, N Row four: Perkins. Reed, Scoff Row five: Sferner, Sfone, Whife ewell ig 1 vga- 3.1 IGM PHI EP Founded af Ihe Universily of Rich- mond in I902, and Bela chapfer es- Iablished here eleven years lafer. Colors are Red and Purple, and Ihe flowers are Red Rose and Violef. OFFICERS: Presidenf William I-Iuber Vice Presidenl Don Logan Secrelary Charles Piflcin Treasurer Lawrance Williams I62 MEMBERS: Angel, Don Calloway, Carl Easley, Ray Ellioli, Robert Huber, William Johns, Kennelh Johnson, Dwighl' Qi ILO 1 I Lininger, Roy Logan, Don Moser. Don Nice, Armand Orange, Don Pillcin, Charles Rugg, Jack Sandburg, Don Smolenslze. Jack fx vi -vw-.VA Trace. Ari Valenline, William Vanclerqrifl, William Van Meier, Louis Walsh, Edwin While, Theodore Williams, Lawrence Wilson. Leyndall Wolfe, Harold COLORADO BETA CHAPTER Row R Ow Row Row one: Calloway, Easley. Ellioff, Huber fwoz Johns, Johnson, Lininqer, Logan fhreet Moser, Nice, Pitkin, Rugq four: Sandburg, Smolenske, Trace, Whiie bv 'U' K 5 ' ' N , Ax . , ." f K X ' a , ' , X It Q 1 .' . fwviak.-. H an lbw- 4 iw UEP IL PHI V- " ...-.'f3- . "UA ' .V I V1-. -t Tau Ela allilialecl wiflw Hue nalional lrafernilv ln I92I, which was founded af Columbia Universify in I9IO. While and Purple are flue colors, ancl +he official flower is lhe Columbine. OFFICERS: Presidenl Sam Luslcy Vice President Sol Flax Secrehary Sleplven Kaplan Treasurer Marvine Slone I64 "'1s f..,af?"q."' , N Q, vi :x x t ' law? 'lr' slr -' Ll figxgx xi wg lr ' I s im v ' 1 'ff " i - - ' - ,sm ,,'.-1-xg: 511, f i W- ,Q -j-.1.'-nfgi . .l . . - Fi: 1 f ..'?,:f-,1"'aEa- H T -1,- r kzre ....4.... a 1"-. . '-PM MEMBERS: Dansky, Jack Flax, Sol Forman, Ernesl' Goldberg, Harvey Kaplan, Sfeplwen Liebman, Bernard Luslry, Sam Milclwell, Paul Sfone, Marvin Zeifland, Eugene TAU ETA CHAPTER gym 5 4'-W Senior Pan-Helleni : I ' g S . '5 'ix ,Jw N 9. V. 46 I . Alpha Gamma Della June Gasl R.C. Carol Werlh Alpha Xi Della Doris Beck R.C. Shirley Brainard Commerce Represenfalivo Jean Hors? 8+ 6 1 . s , DH U"- Q iv . Row one: Bailey, Beck, Brainerd, Bronsfine, Carlefon, Demmer Row fwo: Gasf, Harris, Hayes, Horsf, Houseman, Liffrell Row fhree: Mayer, Perch, Rork, Wainscoff, Werlh, Wesfhafer Officers Presiclenf--Joan Demmer Vice presidenf-Doris Becl: Secrelary-Shirley Mae Liffrell Treasurer-Belly Rork Dalia Phi Epsilon Helen Harris R.C. Margaret Bronsfine Della Zefa Palsy Palch R.C. Evelyn Wainscoff Gamma Phi Bela Shirley Liffrell R.C. Morfha Jane Housem Bn Kappa Delia Wanda Mae Wesfhafer Ellowene Bafngrover R.C. Sigma Kappa Jeaneffe Mayer R.C. Belly Rorl: Pi Bela Phi Margarel' Carlelon R.C. Eleanor Bailey 4' Thofa Phi Alpha Ruth Hayes R.C Joan Demmer OFFICERS: President Doris Beclr Secrefary Lorraine Jensen MEMBERS: Beck, Doris Comnillo, Dorolhe Evison, Elaine Flagel, Mary Flynn, Eileen Foullc, Barbara Hayes, Beverley Hunf, BeHy Jo Jensen, Lorraine Napier, Marianne Righfs, Shirley Schmil-z, Ardis Segal. Elaine Shanlz, Eleanor Snyder, Eleanor Sfuver, Ruih Taylor, Jennella Thompson, Marian Whowell, Dorothy Row one: Beclc. Comnillo,,Evison, Flagel, Flynn, Foullc, Hayes Row fwo: Huni, Jensen, Napier, Righfs, Schmifz, Segal, Shanlz Row fhree: Snyder, Sfuver, Taylor, Thompson, Whowell V , 3 Q 63 he S so 3 1 Y 6 ELI, , wgr 4 E X ,V f A Q 2 Q , ,L f' .53 5 L fy - 1 5 - ' : xxx 1 1 i 5 l Ri Qfs. 1' Junior Pan-Helleni xi is S- l WMP V ly 13' LPH MM DELTA 'U Founded ar Syracuse Universily in l904, and Epsilon Gamma was in- slalled here in I92B. Red, Bull, and Green are lhe colors, while lhe flower is Red and Bull Rose. OFFICERS: Presidenl Lorraine Seidenberg Vice Presidenl Belly Schroeder Secrelary Carol Schoene Treasurer Delilah While MEMBERS: Albean, lfres Barlhel June Benson, Jane Binder, Belly Bryanl, Alys Byrne, Maxine Davis, June Duncan, Kaye Dunn, Belly Jean Elliofl, l-larrielle Fehlrnann, Imogene Frosl, Jacqueline Gasl, June 168 Gales, Belsy Gaulhier, Shirley Graham, Wilda Griggs, Dorolhy Griggs, Guinevere Grosvenor, Zilpha Hansen, Belly Harmon, Lorraine Hawkins, Shirley Hollman, Mariorie Hotchkiss, Gladys Jenkins, Madge Jensen, Lorraine Johnson, Elinore Jones, Carol Klassen, Edilh Lewis, Juanila Lischlne, Faye Mays, Belly Mays, Maxine Naylor, Billie Mae Peregrine, Belly Prall, Elizabelh Prommel, Marlha Rodner, Peggy Rosenclahl, Lois Schoene, Carol Schroeder, Belly Sleele, Dorolhy Swayze, Elhel Tarr, Blanche Thomas, Helen Thompson, Marian Wagner, June Wallers, Barbara Weeden, Zella Mae Werlh, Carol While, Delilah Wilherspoon, Palricia Zabel, Louise EPSILON GAMMA CHAPTER -h Row Row Row Pow Row Row Row Row one: Albean, Barihel, Benson, Binder, Byrne, Davis, Duncan iwo: Dunn, Ellioif, Frosf, Gasf, Gafes, Graham, Griggs, D. three: Griggs, G., Grosvenor, Hansen, Harmon, Hawkins, Hilderrnan four: Hoffman, Hofchkiss, Jenkins, Jensen, Johnson, Jones, Klasse-n five: Lewis, Lischke, Mays, B., Mays, M., McCoy, Naylor, Nevius six: O'Neal, Pereqrine, Rodner, Rosendahl, Schoene, Schroeder, Seidenberq seven: Sfeeie, Swayze, Tarr, Thomas, Thompson, Wagner, Wal'rers eight Weeden, Wer+h, Whiie, Wifherspoon, Zabel 3: Q:-L S ,, -ia If ,C U G ' Q' 3 N qi .As 6' 5- ly, i If 1- E, w Q2 R ,l I an 55 Q5 in E5 . ,, V V x i A 4 ,fix , fy' ' f 3 4 -is .L R. Q- -. pt . if ' , 9 , rf ts Q f-If is 6 fu z 5- .5 6 17" ,5, if .Q i r, F me-. V 'V' I 4, ,, i, f . 4 4 ' 6 ,G e 0 we S , 5- 3 qvhfl - X LPH XI DELT D-.'x ' 4 vb Alpha Psi clwapler was inslalled in l929, flwirly-six years aller Hs found- ing al Knox College. Blue ancl Gold are 'flue colors, while The flower is fha Killarney Rose. OFHCEPS: Presidenl Marjorie l-lunl Vice Presidenl Clara Osburn Secrefary Doris Dilley Treasurer Mary Epler 170 D , v 1, ' . JEL., he 1 s. .W ,p---avr-ff, MEMBERS: Beclc, Doris Black, Clwarline Brainard, Belly Mae Brainard, Shirley Burns, Esllner Jo Claussen, Melba Dilley, Doris Dilly, Phyllis Ann Epler, Mary Garbarino, Dorolhy Garbarino, Lois l-lunl, Belly Jo Hunf, Marjorie Kellerinq, Priscilla Mooreliead, Belly Napier, Marianne Nielsen, Barbara Olsen, Marilyn Osburn, Clara Shapcoll, Janice Slrylcer, Jeanne Wilson, Rufh ALPHA PSI CHAPTER P' 'Y 'spa Q -1 I 4.4 Row Row Row Row Row , l one: Beck, Black, Brainerd, B., Brainerd, S. fwot Burns, Claussen, Dilley, Diffy flwreez Epler, Hunf, B., L-Iunl, M., Keflering four: Moorehead, Napier, Nielsen, Olsen five: Osburn, Shapcoff, Sfrylrer, Wilson Q, E Q Q ' Q- 0- lf' 'sf' VT 1 93' J . .if - f 4 6- DELT PHI EP ILO ...ul , Thefa chapter was eslablished here in ICIZ6, nine years affer lhe sororify was founded al New York Universiiy. Purple and Gold are +he colors, and The flower is the Pansy. OFFICERS: Presidenf Melba Diamond Vice President Eleanor Saliman Secrefary Miriam Olcner Treasurer Rosalie Brier 172 Q YT. MEMBERS: Aurbach, Ruby Bloom, Edifh Brier Rosalie Bronsfine, Margaref Diamond, Melba Gilmore, Vera Harris, Helen Isaacs, Edith Lowenlhal, Kala Marchicln, Pauline Malhless, Norma Saflil, Thelma Saliman, Eleanor Schweiq, Mary Lou Segal, Elaine Snyder, Evelyn Sobol, Maxine Sfern, Miriam Wasltowiiz, Marfha THETA CHAPTER Q5 I' Quai' Row Row Row Row one: Bloom, Bronsfine, Diamond, Gilmore fwo: Harris, lsaacs, Marchiclr, Mafhless fhree: Saliman. Schweiq, Segal, Snyder four: Sobol, Sfern, Waskowifz ,R 415 73 if I n I E? DELTA ZET i. r , A I' lil!! iilillliia Founded af Miami Universily in I902, fiffeen years lafer Rho chapfer was irisfalled here. The flower is The Pinlr Killarney Rose and the colors are Nile Green and Rose. 174 OFFICERS: Presidenf Marcella Comnillo Vice Presidenl Marqarel Durocher Secrelary Alle Vofaw Treasurer Minnie Randelman MEMBERS: Barcus, Dorothea Cadwell. Marcella Collins, Gwenylh Comnillo, Dorolhe Comnillo, Marcella Durocher Marqarel' l-lamillon, Shirley Johnson, Marie-Louise Perch. Peiricia Powell, Alma Jena Purcell, Alice Randelmen, Minnie Rounfree, Emily Scholl, Juanifa Tealrell, Florence Volaw, Alfa Wainscolf, Evelyn Whowell, Dorofhy Wilson, Isabelle RHO CHAPTER Row one: Barcus, Cadwell, Collins, Comnlllo, D. Row lwo: Comnillo, M., Durocher, Hamilfon, Johnson Row fhree: Pafch, Powell, Purcell, Ranclelman Row four: Rounfree, Scholl, Teokell, Vofaw Row live: Wainscoff, Whowell, Wilson Q- 4 G Y I ' 'E' l as . qi . '1 X : 4 'fb ,,. ' N ,Lg l ' 'M 'K I P 'Q 'l MEMBERS: GAMMA PHI BET ,-A' 3,--1" . . Tliela clwapler inslalled in IB97. lwenly-lliree years aller ils founding al Syracuse Universily, Colors are Double Brown, and llve flower is llwe Pinlr Carnalion. OFFICERS: Presidenl Helen Messenger Vice Presidenl Virginia Erickson Secrelary Jane Reynolds Dismanl Treasurer Rullw Cressman French, Vanila Gebliard, Virginia Allen, Dorolliy Bidwell, Barbara Brinlcliaus, Mary Kay Brown, Diva Burlcliardl, Dorolliy Coclre, Marian Cressman, Rulh Cullen, Kallwleen Davies, Dorolliy Disrnanl, Jane Reynolds Erickson, Virginia Fabling, Dorolhy 176 Gose, Virginia Haberl. Rulh Phyllis Harl, Belly Ann l-louseman, Marlha Jane Jordans, Louise Keilli, Jane Kosler, Pal Kramer, Marian Lane. Belly Lee. Kalhryn Ann Leisl, Janel Linder, Marcia Lillrell, Shirley Mae MacDonald, Shirley Messenger, Helen Miller, Helen Neely, Mary Nelherlon, Carolyn Niblo, Dorolliy Nimmo, Vividene Payne, Bellie Jane Piclrens, Jo Qualls, Virginia Rabb, Joanne Riglwls, Shirley Sandburg, Elaine Scliwalb, Marian Sliaclrelford, Virginia Shafer. Theelda Smilh, Virginia Taylor, Janella Taylor. Marilyn Tieman. Dorolhy Van Bebber. Jacqueline Wall, Vivian Walson, Mary Elizabelli Wimberly, Vividene Wilher, Frances Wood, Elizalaelli THETA CHAPTER Row One: Allen, Brinlrlwaus, Brown, Burlrhardf, Corlre. Cressman, Davies Row Two: Dismanl, Fabling, French, Gebhard, Haberl, l-larl, Houseman Row Three: Jordans, Kirkpalrirlc, Kosrer, Kramer, lane, Lee, Leis? Row Four: Linder, Littrell, McDonald, Messenger, Miller, Neely, Neflrierlon Row Five: Niblo, Nimmo, Pickens, Qualls, Rabb, Riqlwls Row Six: Sandburg, Schwalb, Shaclcelford, Shafer, Smillw, Taylor, J. Row Seven: Taylor, M., Tieman, Wall, Wafson, Wimberly, Wood L. if 0 , 6' av 'P 7 ' C-di Zn C 6- .. 4. J ' c af , If Y . x, ,K ini- 7' 5 418 ,A ' . 3 .,-7' , 1 A, 3 '7, its ,F ,sg - ree if 'i 4 w . 'l if 6 3. K1 i. 1 v ' I v. , . 1 . 31 1 1 r 1 , , I , s f' ,.' . ' r-X C 4 7 s , ,V 4,. ,. M... lv f 6 6 S , 3 , . . r, ,,, ,s . i 2 ' s 1 R, fi' , in A 1- 3 5 i 'rr W .Q .. 3 - 9 MFMBFRS5 Conley. Georgia Hayes, Beverly Rhoads, l-larriel KAPP DELT , .mi Chi chapler was inslalled in I9l4, sevenleen years aller ils lounding al Virginia Slale Normal School. Olive Green and Pearl While are lhe colors, while While Rose is lhe flower. OFFICERS: Presidenl Adele Slromberg Vice Presidenl Carolyn Cool: Secrelary - Marion Currigan Treasurer Dorolhy Gebharcl rf -. , yr, fl .. .XM 1 LE, Q Barngrover, Ellowene Bianchi, Dorolhy Bisbee, Norene Bolander, Virginia Brennan, Palricia Bruhn, Barbara Burley. Doris Cahoon, Barbara Carr, Wilma Collins, Dorolhy Collins, Virginia Colvin, Mary Jane 178 Conley, Shirley Coolr, Carolyn Cooper, Evelyn Coulson, Shirley Crane, Gail Currigan, Marion Evison, Elaine Ford, Lowene Forrester, Belly Garland, Kalherine Gebhard, Dorolhy Gleason, Robin Haney, Jeanne s , -.5:,Y 1 ,, ,1 Huqins, Eleanor Humphreys, Dorolhy Jaclcson, Dolores Jones, Adaline Kendig, Norma Kircher, Dorolhy Morris, Dorolhy Mullen, Mary Murray, Calherine Neimeyer, Jean Nelson, Lois Purcell, Helen Reeves, Jean i lf xr' Rice, Rulh Slolrer, Margarel Sloy. Maxine Slromberq, Adele Thomas, Mary Thornlon, Dorolhy Turner, Jeanne Walers. Dorolhy Weslhaver, Wanda Mae Wilson, Harriel Winler, Claire Wylzerl, Shirley Yorke, Palricia CHI CHAPTER Row one: Bianchi, Bisbee, Brennan, Bruhn, Burley, Cahoon, Carr Row fwo: Collins, Colvin, Cooper, Conley, G., Conley, S., Coulson, Crane Row lhree: Currigan, Evison, Ford, Forresfer, Garland, Gebhard, Gleason Row four: Haney, Hayes, Hugins, Humphreys, Jackson, Jones, Keene Row five: Kendig, Kircher, Mullen, Murray, Neirneyer, Nelson, Purcell Row six: Reeves, Rhoads, Rice, Sfolcer, Sloy, Sfromberq Row seven: Thomas, Thornlon, Walers, Wesfhafer, Winfer, Yorke an 7 ,f -X l 1,4 "1 I I l 1' - C I, va T: 1 -3 , , ' 4 A5 is 5 ,I y ir FX 3 G ,Q Q is no 5 6 fi 5 4 'YV X 6, " - 34 in 6. ' '-' .L- F' 1 'gr l is l l I : Jkfsl- 5. - 6. Pa 4 . f WS- -4. ev Jag 5 ' ii 1 1 all g' Y! , A ,Se ' 12 f 1. , V, I al ' 'V- , ' -,. 5 F 24 6 6, v ' . .-, Z -X PHI HI THET ,ex Q Founded al the Universify of Chi- cago in I9I9, and Alpha Chapfer es- Iablished here in I924. The colors are Lavender and Gold. and fhe Iris is fha flower. OFFICERS: Presidenl Darlene Belcilc Vice Presidenl Margaref Husband Secrefary Lorene Elhridge Treasurer Aurora Borden 180 MEMBERS: Belcilr, Darlene Borden, Aurora Efhridqe, Lorene Gibson, June Hammerich, Frieda Husband, Marqaref Kirk, Marie Moore, Jeanne Phillips, Palricia Robinson, Rubye Shucolslry, Zena Spuno, Joann Zoric, Belly COLORADO ALPHA CHAPTER Row one: Belcilc, Eihridqe, Hammerich Row fwo: Husband. Kirk, Robinson Row Hwree: Shucofsky, Speno, Zoric s A, lllll I PHI GAMMA Founded al Norlhweslern in I924 and Gamma chapfer inslalled al Corn- merce four years laler. The flower is Red Rose, and the colors are Cardinal Red and Gold. OFFICERS: President Ramona Lewis Vice Presidenf Margaref Naylor Secrefary Eflnel Mae Weddell Treasurer Dorothy Earney 182 .J 2. 2 Q-9 1 ., :- !'7 MEMBERS: Aho Elsie Berg, Elizabefl-i Blaclc, Rufh Bolinqer, Mary Bryan, Jean Capen, Rose Culler, Mary Farley, Mary Farney, Dorofhy Fischer, Enid Hill, Helen Hodgson, Wilma Horsl, Jean James, Arlene Lewis, Ramona Lindsay, Jean Melee, June Miller, Maurine Naylor, Margarei' i I A Olsen, Maralyn Reid, Nancy Simmons, Nora Slarlr, Marie Tar-ner, Jeanne Templin, Hazel Walden, Jean Weaver, Lois Weddell, Efhel Mae GAMMA s , . ix Y S -0 if 'Y ,,,. Q i i i A CHAPTER Row one: Aho, Berg, Black, Bryan, Capen Row 1'wo: Cufler, Farley, Fischer, Hill, Hodgson Row flwree: James, Horsf, Lewis, Lindsay, McLee Row four: Miller, Naylor, Olsen, Reid, Simmons Row five: Sfarlr, Tanner, Walden, Weaver f ,f , . sh 'A i "S- f ,sf W? st, Sl .es YE? . 'Cs gg 1 - I I x XS, 'Qs 5 Yi. " Y if 'Y' ' Q ' " 6 ii . Q. lgfl lx l fl X x P IV' r ,AY 6, as is 5 13 99 llllllll PI BETA PHI R Eau' .. 'W' "TTT 'f'lQQTIf'T' ln I834 the Colorado Bela chap- fer was esrablished here afrer ifs founding alMon'v1ourhColle-ge seyene 'een years earlier. Wine and Silver Blue are the colors, while Wine Carnalion is rhe flower. OFFICERS: President Mariorie Lay Johnson Vice Presdenl MEMBERS: Acre, Carol Bailey, Eleanor Baker, Barbara Baker, Dorolhy Balmer Kalherine Black, Rulh Blanch, Jean Brooks Belfy Brown Mar arel r - Q Carlefon Marqarel 184 Mildred Essig Secrelary Louise Smilh Treasurer Rulh Blaclc Chambers, Nan Cooke, Belry Lee Crolcheff. .lean Ensign, Eunice Ensign, Merry Jo Essiq, Mildred Foull Barbara Giilcircl. Jeanne Gciodlerr Joan Gorman, Marqarel 1044 . ,.., l.q.A yy W,,.,,H,,SBt T " ' rf,:lr2f?Lfm l-laines, Martha Harris, Jean l-liclrey, Marzelle Humphreys. Frances Johnson, Mariorie Lay Johnson, Marjorie Lucille Johnson, Mona Rulh l-fem, Elaine Kirlrpalriclr, Maxine Koonsman, Calherine Lafham, Willa Maclear, Jean Mallerl, Mary Liane McCammon, Virginia McNul+, Eleanor Mah, Ellamae Moenlre. Helen Nielsen, Helen Panelr, Joan Pine, Maxine Redinglon, Lillian Richardson, Eleanor Sayre, Conslance Scorf, Margery Scoff, Marilyn Showalrer, Eileen Smifh, Louise Spoenlqen, Kafhryn Sluver, Edna Sluver, Ruth Towne, Charloffe Upfon, Mary Eleanor P' . COLORADO BETA CHAPTER one: Acre, Bailey, Baker, D,, Balmer, K., Blaclz, Blanch, Broolcs fwoi Brown, Carlefon, Chambers, Cooke, Crolclweff, Ensign, E., Enslgn, M, fhreez Foulln Gil-lord, Goodletl, Goffnan, Haines, Harris, Hickey Four: l-lumolwreys, Jolnnson, M. Lay, Johnson, M, Lucllle, Johnson, M. R., Kem, Kirkpatrick, Koonsrnan five: Maclear, Malleft McCan1mon, Melz, McNuH, Moenlre, Nielsen six: Panelc, Pine, Redinqlon, Richfvdson, Scoff, Showaller ' seven: Smilla, Spoerdqen, Smver, E., Sluver, R., Towne, Upton Row Row Row Row Row Row Row QS- Q ' .FL ii I vs , U 5. Qt 5' , wg' l A f 'Q 3 F fr ., T' 5' a- Q' 1. z, .4- I 15 E X Z- ff ss 3,2 if f 1 l A ,wi l W5 it 4 ll' 5 ,- 1 T' . l f 5- f, 62 b an ' 'R S . -,Q 5 Rf l ,,, It Aa, an ,6 -:ur 3 if 0 :al-A sf . O, A 4:5 3 ci 2. . V Q X 3 Q . '- v-1 I l' 3 ' , ,Q o r IGIVI KAPP lola chapler was eslablishecl here in l908, lhirly-live years aller lhe sororily was louncled al Colby Col- lege in Maine. Violel is lhe lloral symbol, and ils colors are Lavender and Maroon, OFFICERS: Presidenl Laura Fae Marlin Vice Presiclenl Rosalie Gray Secrela ry Lorella Reilly Treasurer Elaine Wilherwax Anglen, Mary Frances Baer, Marjorie Barcroll, Elaine Balchelder, Jean Bales, Belly Buchholz, Bealrice Carpenler, Dorolhy Chandler, Marion Cole Lois Couch, Joy Croclr, Charlolle Cummings, Gloria Cummings, Joyous Davis, June Delaney, Charlolle Domer, Margarel l86 Dyall, Belly Marie Ealfins, Shirley Eagan, Margarel Mary Eller, Juanila Ann Fayram, Louise Ferris, Margarel Flagel, Mary Flinl, Margarel Gaines, Annabelle Garrell, Helen Gray, Rosalie Grenlell, Melba I-leler, Virginia I-lilberl, Jean Hugins, Rulh Ann I-lull, Evelyn Jenkins, Irene Jolly, Elizabelh King, Dorolhy King, Lela Jean Kilzrniller, Virginia Kunse, Jean Lalce, Clarice Lee, Virginia Lininger, Mary Long, Lois Malloy, Joanne Marrioll, Alma Rose Marlin, Laura Fae C3 ir, f im 1 Mallhews, Mary Elizabelh Mayer, Jeanelle Monberg, Virginia Morrow, Wilma Jean Norlon, Janice Neblell, Belly Ramsey, Joyce Rea, Reona Reilly, Lorella Roberlson, Belly Rorlr, Belly Rossiler, Norma Lee Russell, Margarel Schoepll, Shirley Seilerl, Marion Shanlz, Eleanor Smilh, Orabel Thaler, Margarel Thompson, Virginia Wachel, Irene Wearne Marguerile Wealherby, Marion Welle, Edilh Welle, Lois Wimberly, Mariory Wilherwax, Elaine Willing, Barbara IOTA CHAPTER 6 T is ' an s' w 1. 6. 2' 5. V 1 el' R 3. X '1 Row Pow Row Pow Row Row one: Anglen, Baer, Barcroff, Balclwelder, Bafes, Buchlwolz, Carpenler, Chandler two: Cole, Couch, Cummings, G., Cummings, J., Davis, Delaney, Dyalf, Egan ilireez Fayram, Ferris, Flagel, Gaines, Garrett, Gray, Grenfell, l-lefer four: l-lieberf, Hugins, Jenkins, Jolly, Ki+zmiller, Kunse, Lalce, Lee five: Lininger, Long, Marriol, Marlin, Maffhews, Mayer, Monberg, Morrow six: Norlon, Ramsey, Reilly, Robe-rfson, Rorlw, Rossiler, Russell, Seller? n Pow seven: Shanfz, Smillw, Sfoclm, Tlialer, Thompson, Wacliel W Row eigl'1l:Wearne, Weaflwerby, Welle, E., Welle, L., Wiflwerwax .L at ,ss 1 ? ' F A i746 9 'G if , I-P F 'J ' an a 0- 0'-T :L ,kg dy 11? e ' 4 :Q ., g x- , . 9 sf - I A.. 1 4, gg Af' J A 1, gh 1 or Y 4 ...gf X, -sp G. 5 I' Q g - Q I 5 5, ' - . W' ss , J X v l A ,0- 6 y I A, - ' ' i 31 fag: 'f' if a fe Q Q5 ,Q 'Q se, X lx 9 c - f I I 9 "' 6 as N 6 5 9- v 7' - w. 2' A , R v , S' G its 'ij . ':- 5, fp 'Q ' N gtg, i G V 975' , F :I .-fl .fi . ' 1 ie I QL SS sw 'fa 6- T' 'li A Q nn-'E P' TP-Q2 Q. se THET PHI L A Founded al Ann Arbor, Michigan, filleen yeers before lhe Omicron clwapler was esleblished lwere in I926. Tl-re floral symbol is flue While Rose, and Hs colors are Silver, Blue, and Gold. OFFICERS: Presidenf Juanita Loepfien Vice President Norma Slwede Secretary Rulli Hayes Treasurer Joan Demmer 188 MEMBERS: Demmer, Joan Flynn, Eileen Hayes, Rufh Kerr, Maxine Loepfien, Juanita Miller, Suzanne Sclwmi+z, Ardis Schmifz, Ava Sheda, Norma OMICRON CHAPTER . p en, n e Row Three: Schmifz, Ardis, Schmifz, + Y X 'F' :ve I. Ava i 'Q gvofbevboobs of lenvn in 'kink -ki' GRGANIZATION PHI BET KAPP MEMBERS Pmlaw Glue Baan Uliaa Jr'u-icldnd Baum 7fseaJaae lane Banana fadepfn .Zope qfoded Wanda Weamawi qaeacfs Zfwma Rue Jan Mddfbflfd .fag falmdon Waancea rqllene Mahan Qeneaieae Mule fuiled Zlqaielh .foycf pac!! Mmgaad Emma Siumflbn Maaymd Baalgaa' 7114105 OFFICERS Pesidenf ,,,,.,.,.,,,..A M Sk 5 V Presidenf ........ M D S M T r. I "' . 'd 5 I 'rary , A,,,,,.,,,,,A,AA rg, SEI1 h I M C I 7 -' 3 iq mv W Z f 2 N-3 5 IIII CDMICRO DELTA K PP M ,emu Rau Balm Rada! B qaancid Bonanza Ufiam Baum '7lfeaJaae Baum .fbaaalel G'a4l4an Glaaaled Gayle - foaeplz fbifoaengn lead! Jledm feud lffafaoneq 444416 JI. Mwae, fa. alldlldq Tlaupd guqene Wfildon Raimi Wfihan MEMBERS OFFICERS ff! Presidem' ,,.,,,........,.,. Lew Mahoney Vice Presidemt ............,. Bob Wilson Q S fary ............,...,... Dave Hea+on T e rown A , L., . K Q7 H, H MCDRT R B ARD Zleanoa Bailey fbmadaq Biandd Ruila Elack Bed, Euawul Magma! Gmlefon .Em Gale Melia fbzwwnd? fcme Reqnafii .fbdmad Zmzce Emzgn ofacuzczli Jfumfzfvzeqd .faq fafmdon .Banda an MMM GFFICERS P sudermr, ,,,,,,, Vurgunna Tlrmompso V preside-nf AA... Marqaref Thale- S ary ,,,,,,,,,,,, Marjorie Joh T L N S I1 MEMBERS Qlaaia Mceaq Maaq fifcecuf fboa-offuf Powell .lfouble Nan Snulfh .Zmolhy Sleek Blanche 7am Magma! '7!mla 'Ummm '7lwmp4w pahiuh Zlaine Ylfdhmwaa Row one: Row fwoi Row fhreet OFFICERS Presiden+ Fred Hopper Vice Presiclenf Euqene Wilson Secrefary MEMBERS: Ayres,Alval1 Bainler, Robert Beverly, Roberf Bolancler, Roberl Coleman,Ricl1ard Corlcadel, Claude Cox, Joe Bob Bainfer Durill, Dave Hopper, Fred Huber, William Kunse, Don lv1cCullouqi1,Jol1n Pisfole, Ted Wiedereclw+,Jol'1n Wilson, Eugene Ayers, Bainler, Beverly, Bolander, Coleman Corlcadel Durrill, Hopper, Huber, Kunse, McCullough Psfole Sieverf, Wiederechf, Wilson, Yasui 1' Q 0 MERICAN NSTITLITE HEMICAL E GI EERI G Nalional Chemical Frafermry MERICAN NSTITLITE F ELECTRICAL E GI EERI Nafional Engineering Frafernily his Row one: DeVoe, Galbreafh Flax. Goldberg, Goodwin Row two Harvey, Heidbralr, Hiqashiuchi, Loudon.Mar'rin Row Three: Gusiafson, Miller, Muia, Sland, Thompson OFFICERS: Chairman Jaclc Loudon Co-Vice Chairman Donald G-albreaih Co-Vice Chairman John Marlin Secrefary-Treasurer Gordon Harvey MEMBERS: Carlson, Roberf DeVoe, Sherman Flax. Sol Galbreafh, Donald Goldberg, Harvey Goodwin, John Gustafson, Russell Harvey, Gordon Heidbralr, Ralph Hiqashiuchi. Alfo Loudon, Jaclc Marlin, John Miller, Willard Muia, Carmine Sfand, Kurl' Sumida, Jack Thompson, Maynard ,XS sv "Q MEMBERS: Berlrins, Pauline Bianchi, Dorofhy Blaclz, Rufh Brainerd, Beify Brainard, Shirley Brown, Rufhellen Brown, Virginia Buchholz, Beafrice Burfch, Allison Calkins, Mary B. OFFICERS: Presidenf Dorofhy Gebharc! Vice Presidenl Jeaneffe Sfebbins Secrefary Marian Seiferf Treasurer Virginia Rabinoff Carlson, Bonney Cole, Lois Colvin, Mary Jane Comnillo, Marcello Cowling, Shirley Crofinger, Emma Dismani, Jane Reynolds Fayram, Louise Gebhard, Doroihy Holi, Helen Horsf, Jean Jones, Jane Carol Kiricpafriclz, Shirley Lee, Kafherine Ann Marrs, Shirley McCammon, Virginia McCoy, Mary Melrose, Frances Miller, Rebecca Ann Peebles, Marian Prommel, Marfha Jane Rabinofi, Virginia Row one: Berlcins, Bianchi, Black, Brainard, B., Brainard, S., Buchholz, Callcins, Carlson, Cole Row fwo: Colvin, Comnillo, Cowling, Crofinger, Disrnanf, Fayrarn, Gebhard, Holi, l-lorsl Row Yhree: Jones, Kirlcpafriclx, Lee, Marrs, McCammon, McCoy, Melrose, Rabinofif, Rice Row four: Rork, Seiferf, Shapcoff, Sfiles, Sirumpfler, Sfuver, Tarr, Thaler, Welle Row five: Winfer, Wifherspoon, Wifherwax, Wood F as Q, and f- ss 'Q 'Fi ' , S' L - i , .,a"1 its ' 5 - : R lv- 5 :v S Q . 3 . ff I . Y 4 1 2 46' 5 75 gg 'A 2 ' J -z 5 ., fs , - y I I Xl 3' 'I K . D5- 9 5 -9 'FL Q s. 4 L. I x H' 3 S 11' E. LPH L MBDA DELTA MEMBERS: LPHA IGMA CHI Local Honorary Women's Chemical Sociefy .1 fi , . , ,t '1 3 , 'V ' i ' '45 f x Y Y.. H- if QR Q, TT I Row one: Acre, Barfhel, Berlrens, Cole, Comnillo Row fwo: Gasf, Holi, Morrow, Nelson. O'Neel Row fhree: Shapcoff, Sfolrer, Sfuver, Thompson OFFICERS: Presidenf Carol Acre Vice Presidenf Lois Nelson Secrefary Janice Slwapcoff Treasurer June Gas? Acre, Carol Barfhel, June Berlrins, Pauline Cole, Lois Comnillo, Marcella D' Camp, Eleanor Gasf, June Holi, Helen McCarty, Barbara Morrow. Jean Nelson, Lois O'Neal, Jeanne Panlcow, Barbara Shapcorf, Janice Sfolrer, Marqaref Sfuver, Edna Thompson, Virginia Wills, Jean vw-a-1-+3241--..M.A ww.vg..AA-uid? I 1 'E OFFICERS: Presidenf Dorolhy Powell Vice Presidenf Edna Hunler Shirley Marrs Secrefary Bonney Carlson Treasurer Mary Belh Calkins OFFICERS: President Joe Flores Vice Presidenf Sian l-lagler Secrefary Paul Bamford Senior Represenfafive Mary G. Wiliams Junior Represenlalive Ellen Helwig Sophomore Represenfaliye Virginia Stone Freshman Represenfalive Charloffe Hogarth Row one: Bamford, Calkins, Carlson, Flores. G-unclzel Row No: Heqlor, Helwig, Hogerfh, Hunfer, Marrs Row three: Powell, Sfone 65 li K 55. ' i W l K n X " ASSOCIATEDI DEPE DE T CGLLEGIANS Local Campus lndependenl Organizafion x ASSCDCIATED WCJME 6 , I W TUDE TS CQMMERCE 1 U R Bl P L S hroeder, Weaver OFFICERS P d f R fh Black V Presidenf Beffy Schroeder Secrefary Erma Weaver Treasurer Virginia Lee 2 OFFICERS: Presidenf Eunice Ensign Vice President Verna Rose Hair Secrefary Louise Nan Smith Treasurer Pnfricia Patch Row one: Ensign, Hair, Pa+cI1,SmiII'i .M 'S ASSOCIATED WOME TU DENTS LIBERAL ART G MMA SIGMA Nafional Business Adminislrafion Fralernily u . L, A Row one: Kramish, Lawrence OFFICERS Presidenl Donald Peel Vice President Efhel Sager Secretary Marvin D. Slona Treasurer F. C. Onsfoff MEMBERS: Carmichael, T, L. Hollten, Harlan H. Honold, Kafherine Kippur, lrvinq Kramish, Morris Lawrence, Charles Mosconi, David L. Peel, Donald Redelrer. Allen Rorlc, Jack B. Sclrnell, Edifh Sfone, Marvin Wyman, W. T. Sager, Ethel L. D OFFICERS: Presidenf Frances Melrose Vice Presidenf Palricia Palch Lois Nelson Bonney Carlson Secrefary Treasurer MEMBERS: Bellows, Elizaberh Conley, Shirley Berkins, Pauline Coulson, Shirley Berg, Elizabefh Cummings, Joyous Bloom, Edith Diamond, Melba Callcins, Mary Duncan, Kaye Carlson, Bonney Fellner, Cherry Lou Carr, Wilma Harris, Helen Chandler, Marion Long, Lois Colburn, Mary Befh McCoy, Louie Collins, Dorofhy McDowell, Dolly Varden Melrose, Frances Melvin, Dolores Moorehead, Be++y Murray, Cafherine Nelson, Lois Pafch, Patricia Pine, Maxine Schrnirz, Ardis Seidenberq, Lorraine Spano, Joan Sfempel, Dorlhea Stock, Joan Slromberg, Adele Sirumpfler, Peggy Tarr, Blanche Thomas, Helen While, Frances Wilson, Harrie? Winier, Claire Wifherwax, Elaine Row one: Bellows, Berlrins, Berg, Bloom, Callfins, Carlson, Carr, Chandler, Colburn Row fwo: Collins, Conley, Coulson, Cumminqs, Diamond, Duncan, Fellner, Harris, Long Row +hree: McCoy, McDowell, Melrose, Melvin, Moorehead, Murray, Nelson, Perch, Pine Row four: Schmifz, Seidenberg, Spano, Sfernpel, Sfoclc, Sfromberq, Sfrumpfler, Tarr, Thomas Row five: Wiiherwax, Winfer, Whife , ,-Q '-A my 5 'g S Ky gg iq., l-ia, ' f fs' Z 5' N . "is, In X' 1 .i Ac -.2 L4 22 5 .. .1 Iv .. , L , q -4 9 .1 i l , I K Wiz 2 . 6 an c 1 ft I ' Y 'i I i' . ' . 'ZS' 'i Q Q U F B F 'G , i ' ' 1 -. H, CCDED JOURNALISTS 96 its S 5- 5 is DALIBER Local Honorary Arl Club 99fE"69G'4fs QF ' W? F 'A 99999 Y my ' 1 ,. Row one: Ainsworlh, Baer, Barbera, Blomendahl, Brainard, Breilenslein, Bruhn, Byrne, Cahoon Row lwo: Chancellor, Chandler, Dilley, Evison, Ford, Forresler, Goldslein, Goodlell, Graham Row lhree: Guerber, Haney, Hansen, lsaacs, lsell, Jensen, Jones, Koonsman, Mallhews Row lour: Monberg, Neely, Neimeyer, Peacoclr, Peregrine, Powell, Propsl, Reeves, Rhoads Row live: Rosenmayer, Sandburg, Slromberg, Thornlon, Towne, Weaver, Werlh OFFICERS: Presidenl Adele Slromberg Vice Presidenl Harriel Rhoads Secrelary Charlolle Town Treasurer MEMBERS: Lowene Ford Aunsworlh, Charlolle Alslon, Henry S. Anderson, Ellen Baer, Marjorie Barbera, Marian Blomendahl, Marjorie Brainerd. Shirley Breilenslein, Louise Bruhng Barbara Byrne, Maxine Cahoon, Barbara Chancellor, Helen Chandler, Marion Cohan, Naomi Corper, Marie Dilley, Doris Evison, Elaine Ford, llowene Forresler, Belly Goldslain, Ivan Goodlell, Joan Graham, Wilda Guerber, Alice Haney, Jeanne Hansen, Belly Isaacs, Eclilh lsell, Lenore Jensen, Lorraine Jones, Caroline Koonsman, Calherine Mallhews, Mary Eliza belh Monberg, Virginia Neblelf, Belly Neely, Mary Neimeyer. Jean Newporl, Elswich Peacock, Palricia Peregrine, Rulh Pira, Lucy Poller, Shirley Powell, Alma Jane Prnpsl, Roberl Pulnam, Virginia Reeves, Jeanne Rhoads, Harriel Rosenmayer, Dora Sandburg, Elaine Sherman, June Slromberq. Adele Thornlon, Dorolhy Towne, Charlolle Weaver, Palricia Werlh, Carol Wood, Barbara Wood, Farreyl Moe MEMBERS: Ayers, Alvah Bainier, Roberi' Boliseclc, Frank Bolander, Roberi Burion, Eranlc Cox, Joe Coyle, Charles Danslcy, Jacl: Durrill, David Elza, Ernesf OFFICERS: President Maurice Sfanley Vice Presidenl Roberf Bolander Secreia ry Roberf Bainier Treasurer William Huber Foresier, Roberi Fosler, Jack Francis, Sam French, Warren Gray, Leo Holrnberg, Dewey Hopper, Fred Huber, Bill Johnsion, Mac Kaplan, Sieve Kellogg, Wallace Kline, Fred Mahony, Lewis Miller, Jacob Moore, Franlc Oplican, Alberi' Rofhenberg, Sam Scaqqs, Arthur Schnachenberg, Werner Schwarfz, Cecil Shober, Glenn Sianley, Maurice Thaclcrey, Richard Townsend, John Van Dersarl, Edward Way, David Vlfilson, Eugene Yoclney, James Row one: Ayers, Bainler, Bolander, Burien, Danslry, Dui-rill, French Row Two: Hopper, Huber, Kaplan, Klein, Lanning, Mahoney, Moore Row fhree: Rofhenburq, Schwariz, Sianley, Townsend, Van Dersarl, Wilson 3 6 Q41 0,1 6 V.: anal es, Q l9"'co be A in an it I q ev aw-' QE -H 61 0 9. Q, v Q uv QLTWA Local Men's Chemical Fraierniry Z .U .- 206 DRAMA CLUB Local Dramafic Soc:ie+y Row one: Allen, Brooks, Chancellor, Cummings, Demmer, Diamond Row two: DiLorenzo, Durham, Flefcher, Harris, Herbsi, Miles Roi.-ffl-iree: Mossrnan, Peregrine, Shoflifl, Thomas, While '69 C 'T' 6' to g in I ' .E f:':v.lLai'P'if , 'N A115 Q, Qs: if 'Q -Sf JE - . Pr' I OFFICERS: Presidenf James Kenna Vice President' Mollie Mossman Secrefary Belly Brooks Treasurer Ford Weyandl, Jr. MEMBERS: Brooks, Belly Buqdanowilz, Roberf Demmer, Joan Kenna, James Epsfein, Maxine Miles, Genevieve Mossman, Mollie Thaler, Marqaref Weyandf, Ford MEMBERS: Barra, Minnie Louise Bidwell, Barbara Ann Brown, Diva Cadwell, Marcella Carlson, Bonney Colburn, Ann Colburn, Mary Belh OFFICERS: Presidenf Diva Brown Vice President Bonney Carlson Secrefary-Treasurer Valloire Curfin Curlin, Vallorie Epler, Mary Fisher, Bessie French, Vanifa Yeamans Haines, Marlha Humphreys, Frances Jones, Adelaine Keller, Dorolhy Kirlrpalriclr, Shirley Lee. Kalherine Ann McCoy, Gloria McCoy. Mary Morgan, Phoebe Randleman, Minnie Schmifz, Ava Taylor, Marilynn Wainner, Elizabelh Welle, Lois Wood, Elizabefh Row one: Bidwell, Brown, Cadwell, Carlson, Colburn, A., Colburn, M. B., Curlin Row fwo: Epler, Fisher, French, Haines, Humphreys, Jones. Kirlrpafriclr Pow Three: Lee, McCoy, G., McCoy, M., Randelman, Schmirz, Taylor, Wainner Row four: Welle, Wood L 'Q A 49 -6 . ,4 , ,. , , , , sig l Xi' N Gi 0 -g r 'B , 5 6 if Y' f F l 55 5 316 EL LUB ESPAN L if 'W GREEK COUNCIL 0 if J C V an 4' X an i" T 5- ,fl N Row one: Arnold, Belcik. Harfwell, Johnson Row iwoz Lewis, Tool, Walden, Alpha Kappa Psi Phi Gamma Nun Delia Sigma Pi A Phi Chi Thela .... MEMBERS Weaver Sidney Arnold Marc Tool Ramona Lewis Jean Walden Darrell Johnson Don Harfwell Darlene Belcik Erma Mae Weaver 5 so 14' MEMBERS: OFFICERS Pre-side-nl Paul Bamford Vice Presidenl Mary Maflhews Secrelary Ruin Sleyenson Treasurer Jean Bafclwelder Baer, Marjorie Bamlord, Paul Bafclielder, Jean Birnbaum,Ru'll1 Bulls, Henry Carlwriqlwf, Al Collins,Doroll'1y Curlin, Vallorie Gleason, Robin Griqsby, Jocelyn l-lair, Verna Rose l-lilberf, Jean l-lennon, Marqarel l-luqins, Eleanor Jol1nson,Mariorie Jones, Adelaine Jones, Leland Keffefing, Priscilla Klein, Fred Kindlg, Norma Krefzclnrnar, Marion Lewis, Juaniia Mafllnews, Mary McViclmer, Roy Nevius, Jean Palanqlo, Jolwn Propsl, Howard Ramsy, Joyce Reufer, Reber? Slevenson, Ruth Slone, Ed Sfrurnofler, Peggy Swanson, Belly Tealcell, Florence Tlnaler, Margarer Welle, Lois Row one: Baer, Bamford, Balclwelder, Birnbaum, Bulis, Carlwriglwl, Curlain Row Two: Duncan, Hair, l-lennon, l-lilberl, l-luqins, Jolwnson, Jones PN., Jones, L. Row llnree: Kellering, Kincliq, Klein, Krelzclnrnar, Lewis, Mallhew, McViclcer, Nevius Row four: Palanqio, Propsl, S+one, Sfrumpller, Swanson, Tealcell, Thaler, Welle V A if 'S 0 ' C 1 'A QE 1- " il" ' I mf V X X' 8 Q 1 'N Q P E -4 lg 6' if U TER TIONAL REL TIGNS as L- v 1- f 2 , - cr 7 i l 25 ss '- v 9 Y, 55? G 'Y ISOTGPES Local Chemical Fralernily S g S 3 c Q, Q N' Y sa 2 if e if f ag , I K fs: 5 Q Q 'K 9 li' v i 4 F 6- '23 l Y Q. ,- I , S I fats 1+ K 7 55 " v Row one: Acre, Barbera, Barcrofl, Barcus, Barlhel, Beclr, Berlrens, Bishop, Blaclr Row l-io: Blanch, Breilensrein, Brennan, Brown, Burlce, Burley, Burns, Carlelon, Carpenler Row lhree: Clark, Colburn, M., Colburn, M. B., Cole, Comnillo, Couch, Cowan, Cruse, Dillman Ro.. four: Dunlclee, Ellison, Ernsperger, Flelcher, Fraser, French, Gasf, Gouge, Griggs Row live: Hawkins, Helwiq MEMBERS: Acre. Carol Ballrenbush, Bernice Barber-a, Marian Barcroll, Elaine Barcus, Dorofhea Barr, Phyllis Barlhel, June Beclr, Doris Berlrens, Pauline Belz, Violefle OFFICERS: President Lois Cole Vice Presidenl Bishop, Bonnie Blaclc, Charline Blanch, Jean Blalnilx, Eleanore Breifenslein, Louise Brennan, Palricia Brown, Myrna Burlne, Bobby Burley, Doris Burns, Esfher Jo Carlelon, Marqarel Janice Shapcoll' Secrelary Helen Holf Treasurer Belly Rork Carpenter, Dorofhy Clark, Margarel Colburn, Marie Colburn, Mary Belh Cole, Lois Comnillo, Marcella Couch, Joy Cowan, LaMoyne Cruse, Luana Dillmon, Helen Dunlrlee, Palricia Ellison, Joan Ernsperger, Jean Rae Flelcher, Dorofhy Ann Fraser, Isabelle French Shirley Garbarino, Dororhy Gasl, June Gordon, Joan Gauge, Rulh Griggs, Guinivere Hawlcins, Shirley MEMBERS: Helwig, Ellen Hennon, Marqarer Hilderrnan Carol Hogarth, Charlotte Holi, Helen l-lofchkiss, Gladys Huffman, Christine Humphreys, Dorolhy Jensen, Lorraine Johnson, Ann King, Oorofhy Kirclier, Dorolhy Kunse. Jean Lewis, Opal Mallell, Liane Melz, Ellamae Miller, Rebecca Moenlce, Helen Morrow, Jean Nelson, Lois O'Neal, Jeanne Ord, Billie Purcell, Alice Raum, Esfher Rice, Ruth Robinson, Carolyn Rorlc, Belly S-zofl, Marilyn Shapco+r, Janice Shayne, Evelyn Shollihl, Be-My Lou Snyder, Lois Srolcer, Margaret Sfuyer, Edna Sluver, Rulli Taylor, Marilynn Wall, Vivian Wearne, Marquerile While, Frangeg Wilhelm, Rullw Wilson, lsabelle Wilson, Ruth Zolaneli, Marqarel' Row one: Hennon, Hilderman, Hoqarfh, Holi Hofchliiss, Hurlman, Humphreys, Jensen, Johnson Row lwoi King, Kercher Kunse, L1 -fs, Mallelr, Merz Moenlie, Morrow, Nelson Row ihree: O'Neal, Grd, Purcell, Rice Robinson, Rorlc, Scoff, Shapcoll, Shollilil Row four: Snyder, Slolxer, Sluver, E., Sruyer, R., Taylor, Thiel, Wall, Wearne, While Row five: Wilhelm, Wilson, R,, Wilson, l. lf. R, .1 f K s . ,. ' 6 is S ' 'L K 5 T " Q, z, L , il xv ' S 1 i ' ,aa J Q ,M s y 'fc ag 3- 69.-,. 4 s It ' " ie- ew, ef Hep " ,ff Q N I S r , . s :ai K - 'K 6 "' ,' y l 4 1 9 asa. 55 is ,Z ,S qs S V -, G 5 . I lf, . , K ISCDTCDPES 212 Naiional Honorary Women's Chemical Fraierniiy 5'-T 'Y l 'QQ L A 'F in . 6 . 1 if T x ' . if . J 1 Row one: Acre, Berkins, Cole, Comnillo, Gasi Row fwo: Mays, Morrow, Nelson, O'Neal, Shafer Row ihree: Shapcofi, Siolcer, Sfuver, Thompson, While OFFICERS: President Virginia Thompson Vice Presidenl Jeanne O'Neal Secreiary Lois Nelson Treasurer Theelda Shafer MEMBERS: Acre, Carol Berlcins, Pauline Cole, Lois Comnillo, Marcella Gasr, June Mays, Maxine Morrow, Jean Nelson, Lois O'Neal, Jeanne Raum, Esiher Shafer, Theelcla Shapcoii, Janice Sfolcer, Marqarei Sfuver, Edna Thompson, Virginia While, Frances MEMBERS: Anderson, Margarel' Bailey, Eleanor Berenbaum, Agnes bianc?ii,Uoro1i.y Binder, Berry Brainard, Belly Carlson, Bonney Cullen, Kalhleen Currigan, Marion Davisson, Be++y Dismanf, Jane Reyno lds OFFICERS President Lillian Wangnfld Vice Presidenl Dr. I. O. Addicoff Secrela ry Laura Marrin Treasurer Helen Swedberg Durham, Lorene Epler, Mary Efheridge, Lorene French, Vanira Yeamans Grosvenor, Zilpha l-lair, Verna Rose l-linlrle, Amy Humphreys, Frances lngrnan, Grace lsberg, Audrey Jenlrins, Madge Johnson, Mariorie Lay Kramer, Miriam Manzer, Marion Marrin, Laura Fay Mccammon, Virginia McCov. Mary Mclnfosh, Don McNeilly, Sara More, Belly Pereqrine, Belly Praff, Elizabelh Praff Lena Qualls, Virginia Redinglon, Lillian Rhoads, l-larrief Salirnan, Eleanor Srnifh, Barbara Sieele, Doroihy Slrurnpfler, Marqaref Tieman, Dorofhy Williams, Mary Wilherwax, Elaine Zipse, Marian Row one: Anderson, Bailey, Be-renbaum, Bianchi, Row fwoi Disrnanl, Dunn, Durham, Epler, Efhridqe, French, Grosvenor, Hair, Humphreys Row lhree: lsberq, Jenkins, Johnson, McCarnmon, Marlin, McCoy, Mclrirosh. McNeilly, More Row four: Peregrine, Prall, Qualls, Redinqlon, Rhoads, Salimon, Smilh, Sreele, Sfrurnphler Row live: Tieman, Wilherwax, Zipse an -" ee E5 4 1, if r 'Y s ' x Binder, Brainard, Carlson, Currigan, Davisson ,. 5, .al :gg av- ? .3 Q F ' li 6- 45 Q - ii x 6 ST a 5 R6 3 sa.:-l 95: Q a ' me . 'f L X 3. il! 6' 3 S 6 5 vc. .fr 6 e KAPP DELTA Pl Q- 6- ' s. 2l4 2 ef 6 7 Nl E T0 R coiviivifizclf Local Women's Adviser Sociely 1 Tyx ' -H' is . fri 'R F j , gl 9 Vi ,Q , , w ' Q s. U yriix K- 6' , 4 I s gk gc MJ l , Row one: Davis, Eflriridqe, l-larnrnericlw, I-lill, l-lorsf, Lee Row mo: Lewis, Lindsay, Marriorf, Naylor, Nielsen, Spano Row llwree: Sloclr, Walden, VVeaver, Wood, Zabel MEMBERS: Davis, June Ellwridge, Lorene l-lill, Helen l-lorsl, Jean l-lafnrnericl-i Frieda OFFICERS: Presidenl Virqinia Lee Vice President Barbara Neilson Se-Crelary Helen Treasurer l-lelen Johnson, Virqinia Lee, Virginia Lewis, Rarnona Lindsey, Jean Marrioll, Alma Rose l-lill Hill Naylor, Marqaref Neilson, Barbara Spano, Joan Sfoclc, .loan Walden, Jean Weaver, lrrna Will-vers, Frances Wood. l-larrielf Zabel, Louise Row Row MEMBERS: Baker, Barbara Bales, Belle Bianchi, Dorofhy Brainard, B9'fl'y Brinlchaus, Mary Kay Byrne, Maxine Calkins, Mary Befh Carlson, Bonney Chambers, Nan O W i OFHCERS: Presiclenf Jane Reynolds Disrnanf Vice Presidenf Margarel Thaler Secrefary Dorofhy Sleele Cole, Lois Conley, Shirley Crane, Gail Epler, Mary Flefcher, Rulh Hair, Verna Hansen, Belly Harris, Mary Humphreys, Frances Mayer, Jeannefle McDowell, Dolly McNeilly, Sally Lou Monberq, Virginia Morrow, Jean Peregrine, Belly Qualls, Virginia Rhoads, Harrier? Shollill, Mariorie Showaller, Eileen Smifh, Barbara Sfeele Dcrolhy Sfuver, Edna Slrurnpller, Margaret Tarr, Blanche Thal-sr, Marqarer While, Delilah Wirherwax, Elaine one: Balcer, Bales, Bianchi, Brainard, Brinlfhaus, Byrne, Calkins, Carlson. Cl'-anibirs iwot Cole, Conley, Crane, Epler, Flelcher, Hair, Hansen, Harris, Humphreys Three: Mayer, McDowell, McNeilly, Monberq Morrow, Peregrine, Oiialis, Phoads, Shollilf' ow four: Showalfer, Smilh, Sfeele, Sluver, Slruinpller, ilarr, Thaler, Vfhile, Wilherwax Ui 6 -nl 6 A, 'Q Q can ' nh' 5 s . - EJ Q N B B . V' ' 'i r S 'za' ef ' 'S X V ' P Kg- +71 y B , .X E ir af , 5 QF " Y- Ag it X '- 'Se gi z .-- Q Y n V . 'Y 1 ' ' F sg qs. F is s 6 ' ef if " BQ 1 -. 5 in LIBER ME TCR Local Women's Campus Adviser Sociery MU BET PPA Local Honorary Pre-Medical Fralernily 5 4 6 4 F Q l l its X T L V 'I MEMBERS: Allnerg, Marvin Becker, Donald L. Berlcens, Pauline Blafnilc, Eleanor Bower, Harold Collopy. Charles Cosand, Clay Eshirna, Nobuo J Row one: Alberg, Berkens, Collopy, Cosand, Gouge Row Two: I-lolf, Keys, Leyde, Mccallin, Riggall Row fhree: Sanborn, Sfuver OFFICERS Presidenf Paul Leyda Vice Presidenf Donald L. Becker Secrefary Helen Holf Treasurer Richard Reifemei Gouge, Ruth Hills, William Hoffman, Murray Holr, Helen C. lfo,Se1suo Johnsfon, Mac Keys, Lynn Leyda, Paul McCallin, Paul el' Mickey, Max Ray Powell, Marlin Reifemeier, Richard Rigqa!l, Jack Sanborn, Duane Smiih, Rodney Sfuver, Edna Towbin,Mil1on Wehig, Paul ' 6 MEMBERS: OFFICERS: Presidenf Genevieve Miles Secrela ry-Treasurer Harvey Herbs? Brooks. Belly Demmer, Joan Diamond, Melba DiLorenzo, Joe Drew, Corrine Dryden, Caroline Herbsl, Harvey Miles, Genevieve Tlnaler, Marqarel' Wells, Belly Jean Row one: Brooks, Demmer, Diamond, DiLorenzo Row fwo: l-lerbsf, Miles, Tlwaler Z' VD NATIO AL CCDLLEGI TE PLAYERS Nafional Dramaric Organizaiion 9 E KEET Local Women's Pep Society I - 6- 3 5 "hw 5- 6 EV' .9 " v X I , . Q A-:. 31, as ,, 9 5. - 4 ex f X v, s Y J X l 1' 6 ,G 1- Q J, K 5 x 5 6 ia 1 1 X H9 Q 'V j ' 1 sr e QQ 9' "5 , y: 'R P Q I ' Row one: Beclr, Brainard. B., Brainard, S., Bronstine, Burns, Carr, Crotchett, Davis, Demrner Row two: Diamond, Duncan, Ensign, Gest, Gebhard, Gittord, Gouqe, Harris, Hayes Row three: Hill, Kirkpatrick, Kortz, Loeptien, Longneclcer, McCoy, G., McCoy, M., Marchiclc, Mason Row tour: Matthews, Mayer, Messenger, Netherton, Otto, Panelr, Patch, Reilly, Rorlr Row five: Scholl, Smith, Stock, Werth, Westhafer, Winter, Wood MEMBERS: Beclc, Doris Brainard, Betty Brainard, Shirley Burns, Esther Jo Carr, Wilma Crotchett, Jean Davis, June OFFICERS: President Gloria McCoy Vice President Junanita Loeptein Secretary Jeannette Mayer Treasurer Betty Brainard Ensign, Eunice Lonqneclcer, Letty Gast. June McCoy, Gloria Bronstine, Margaret Gebhard, Dorothy McCoy, Mary G-ittord, Jeanne Marchiclr, Pauline GOUQC. Ruth Mason, Lucille Harris, Helen Matthews, Elizabeth Hays, Ruth Mayer, Jeannette Hill, Helen Messenger, Helen Dernmor, Joan Diamond, Melba Duncan, Kaye Ensign, Merry Jo Kirlrpatriclc, Shirley Netlqertonl Carolyn Kofll- Ruth Otto, Betty Ann Loeptein, Juanita Panek, Joan Patch, Patricia Raum, Esther Reilly, Loretta Rork, Betty Scholl, Juanita Smith, Orabel Stock, Joan Werth, Carol Westhater, Wanda Mae Winter, Claire Wood. Elizabeth OFHCERS: President Rctverr Harvaf Vice Presfdenv Harry Harris Secrefary Clarence Carlfon Treasurer Wiilrarrr SY,Jor1n Anderson, Frank Carlson, Don Hkvf WIV1v,a"w Fwd V-farrif' VCWHWX-1'?-' -IW-"'Ph AVIS Clark, ROLDGVT HG, SE'Su'r P1-'. VH' fV1w" Y Vvawwmvr Uhr Ball Pay Ciarke AW'-3 Levidnri-13k Ei Svrirn Cum' VV1V'f- Jw' ' Banks 5552! Cena" rl-nne'h L'Vl'7I'JV D' Sv f Tr-' W BarTon,G1:rd1f'x Cgsann ffhy N'Caf", , ' "m :fs 5' . X-A"'xi"' F ' Becker, Din Earnhar' Jack Mf:lfW:"f1r C"E'1J Suhr' 1,Lfr VV, WWW T'-"1 Seve-My Pcbofi Ficrres. Ji-g Martyn N11-rv rv 951.-.,1r'? My Wr' ' ' lv' ,W Jn Bgardrrmjn, pau! 600, VVrHwF1Vm TXAAHCV ,IV Sfwrnrj-r MIAQWCU Wir f1"5 Ffff' 5 B-ine Russ-J? HaH Ch.arNf,-5 M"7wr N:i'LiU 3'wri'1r,-r NN-'f VV I 'r- Bqnrpnwf Frarvjr Hays Lcfwr Nah" J '- S' ,N-nr NN, i W' 5 ' Bown Qher Her, Moms CWC LN, gl Gw.','1 'W son, Pjzw Brqqwn, Trveodjrrv H6155 Arinur Prgtisf Pflyf' Trqfif.-, P'-r-1 1 Burton Frank Hopper Fwd rfiihf Sl' Tfnvtvn Cfafw, Row one: Avis, BAN Bslvedy Boncrns En-fn, Bum-rn, Carwscn Carr P CHN A, Row fwo:Conar1f,Casand EarnFar+ Flares Goff, HaNl Han Hpfgh Hrgppgr Row fhreei Huber, Lenrcned Llnlnqer M.Wer NNY? Prqrhg' Pr-vfyr Rejrlf Qyqjrg Row four: Saunders Szrw Row five: Willson, Wrls umacre' Sinvafi, Sf-efner 'Ja 553.151, Vha We' VV' On, E. Wdsorf R, A Wfj .11-,nf M VV, rams 0- Q 'Mr Q., sh- 0, . Q, gf sa 7 1 as - A 0- - fin- . j , sf- v - A : ' - w . - Q 6 H r fa Q - 2311. 5 X Q! 5 . c abs 1 . 1: 1 ' Q P " , w V' MIN i 1 F 9 Q, 'li' Q ' G ix Q, ' 5 '19 , J K . fx p .1 V- . PHI BETA SIGMA Local Honorary Mc-3n's Gymnes+ic Fraferniry PHI EPSIL PHI COMMERCE Y ' - "' ..4 R ' 6 if r ' fx Q , - , gr.. S. 'UQ Qaf. ' we 1, . ww r . ' it B Q ' iufg C an , 0 'g,N,E,.l' 4 ' 9' . ,ee N- F a r if l 9' if , X MXN 'D . , X .- 51 ' Nn.Xn 4' of 'Q' S' 'L Yr ,ff 13' fs-9 gg. af' can 6 E' Row one: Bader, Brown, Bulcher, Calloway, Clwrisf, Davy, Dickey Row fwo: Eye, Gemmil, Harfwell, Heafon, Helder, Herfneky, Hosfefier Row Three: Jelzlries, Logan, Miller, Roberfs, Theander, Van Allen, Vance Row four: Vaupel, Walker, Whifaker MEMBERS: Bader, Ross Brown, Ray Bufcher, Jim Calloway, Carl Chrisl, Al Davy, Bill Dickey, Harold OFFICERS: Presidenl David l-leaion Vice Presidenl Al Chris? Secrefary Ray Brown Treasurer Bob Scholl' Eye, Bob Gernmill, Bob l-larrwell, Don Heafon, Dave Helder, Waller Herfneky, Jock Hosleffer, Bill Jeffries, Fred Logan, Don Miller Chuck Roberls, Warren Rorninger, Bob Scholl, Bob Theander, Dick Van Aken, Dav Vance, Ladene Vaupel, Harry Walker, Sieve Whifaker, Les id ,e 'l ,- . W an MEMBERS: Bamlord, Paul Barlon, Gordon Bolander, Roberl Bonomo, Francis Bu danowilz Roberl Q . Carfwriglwl, AI Clarke, Roberl Cox, Joe DeLorenzo. Joe Doly, Loren Enos, Dudley OFFICERS: Presidenf Francis Bonomo Vice Presidenf Jim Shown Secrefary Joe Nafale Treasurer William Huber Febinger, George Frances, Roberl Fulkerson, Roberr Goldberg, Harvey Gray, Leo Guild, Phil Hagler, Sian Hall, Charles Herbsl, Harvey Holcl1, Arflnur Huber, William Hill, Ben Johnson, Roberl Kaplan, Sieve Lanning, Roberl Lininger, Roy McVicl4er, Roy Nafale Joe Pisfole, Olin Propsi, Howard Quinn, James Reuler, Maurice Sanborn, Duane Slwerloclc, Jack Shown, James Smillw, Gene Slone, Ed Taill, Ari' Trace, Ari' Trigg, James Welle-rs, Roland Weyandl, Ford While, Gordon Row one: Bamlord, Barlon, Bolander, Bonomo, Carlwriglil, Clarlre, Doly, Enos Row lwo: Eullxerson, Goldberg, l-lagler, Hall, l-lerbsl, Holcli, Huber, Kaplan Row 'rl-iree: Lanning, Lininger, McViclcer, Nalale, Pisfole, Propsr, Quinn, Reuler Row four: Sanborn, Srniflw, Sfone, Trace, While, Wiedereclwl, Wilson 01' K 0- 3 H' - Karr i, Q .' ana fel?-' -.5 egg, ,N Q gg Sim. - l 1: 5 Q 'A 0 318 'T NQ- 3 an 1W6- .- V ' ' 'ir N k ' 6 i Na mi and i G2 Q. f G: " .' 1 " ' l. B 'T dag' 'F Q. -91 Rae? 2516. lo! ,458 4,1 1 4 ' '51, Ts: - - ' PHI EP IL LIBER L Local Men's Pep Fralerniry RTS PHI PHI L MBDA UPSILQ 'F . , .1 440 1 ..-- Q .,4qg Q , .y ,- it -..,. hc: 'V N Q, .Z..' -N.. Row one: Coyle French, Hopper Row two: Manoney Slanley Townsend OFFICFRS Presidenf Jo'-rn Townsend Vige Presldenl Maurlce Stanley Secretary Fred Hopper Treasurer Fred Hopper MEMBERS: Coyle, Charles Frencl1,Warrer1 Hooper, Fred Mal1oney,LewI5 Stanley, Maurice Townsend, John MEMBERS: Bomlorcl, Paul Brinkhaus, Mary Kay Calkins, Mary Chambers, Nan Chandler, Marion Collins,Doro1hy Colvin, Mary Jane Gifford, Jeanne Grenfel, Melba Haberl, Rulh l-loilmar1,Mariorie OFFICERS Presidenl Verna Rose Hair' Vice Presiclenf Belly Peregrine Sec refa ry Diva Brown Treasurer Virginia Mccammon lsberq, Audrey Keller, Dororhy Koonsrnan,Ka1y Miller, Helen Nefherton, Carolyn PalanC1io,John Pice, Rurh Towne, Charloffe Union, Mary While. Delilah Winfer, Claire Witherspoon, Pafricia Row one: Bamford, Brinkhaus, Calkins, Chambers, Chandler, Collins, Colvin Row fwo: Girford, Grenlel, Habrel, Holtlman, lsberg, Koonsman, Miiler Row three: Palanqio, Rice, Towne, Upfon, Whife, Wifherspoon A U X' M: . if . R. ' A J 'Y 151-, ., E s 'R , , , , l ' 'f i' 1 . s A, S ' df' 6 I a Y is Q43 cr J" " D' 9 I' 1 HILOSCDPHICA ACADE MEMBERS: Keys, Lynn Nafional Honorary Biological Fra'rerni+y .- V Row one: Barfee. Berlcins, DeHarpor+, Esflow, Gunlcel Row iwoz Harlow, Hilclerrnan, Holi, Keys, Leyda Row 'rhreez Mcln+osl'1, Sfuver OFFICERS: Presidenf Lynn Keys Vice Presidenf Pauline Berlcins Secrefary Mary Williams Treasurer Milton Towbin r g Q' Barfee, Roy Beaffy, Gene Beclcer, Don Berlcins, Pauline Blafnick, Eleanor Bowling. Franlr DeHarpor+, David Esflow, Willis Harlow, Roberfa Hilderman, Caro Hills. Bill Holi, Helen Leyda, Paul McIn'rosl'1, Donald Reilerneier, Dicl: Sfuver, Edna Towbin, Milfon Williams, Mary OFFICERS Presidenf Diva Bird Brown Vice Presidenl Dr, Camille E4 Werlinq Secretary-'lreagurer Vanifa Y. French MEMBERS: Barra, Minnie Louise Biancl1i,DorcTl'wy Brown Diva Bird Carlson Bonney Eoler, Mary Hurnplwreysi Frances Melvin, Dolores Miles, Genevive Morgan, Plfoebe liernannl Dorollwy Wi1ne'wax, Elaine Row one: Bianchi, Brown, Cailson, Epler, French ROW TWO: Humphreys, Melyinl Miles, Tiernann, Wiflweriiiax -nf 41 0 5' if f 4' -'25 .. ' ' I f I i l :V 5 if f, C C ' : T 6' i 5' ' I . , Q, Nafional Honorary Romance Language Sociefy Local Honorary Marhernarics Fralerniry F A " f ' 'R .- GFS ie?-' 3 QC- ' 9 J 06 : il-Vi? i or Q' 1q"'v " ' Sail 2 " 15 .- :' ' , H? er' A ' 'xv - ,A l ef- 6- I 'ng i "1 " 2, ' 51 ' ' Row one: Bafes, Bown, Clarlr, Coleman, Coyle, Danslry, Epler, Fayram Row lwoi Flax, Flores, Galbreafh, Hein, Hopper, Kaolan, Kramish, Loudon Row rhreez Mahoney, Martin, Mays, Moore, Muia, Rabinorf, Ross, Rofherrberg Row four: Sranley. Srnilh, Townsend, Wesrblade, Wilson OFFICERS Presidenr Eugene Wilson Vice President Morris Hein Secrefary Louise Sr-nifh Treasurer Maxine Mays MEMBERS: Ayers, Alyah Halen? Ralph Zales, BeTre figrlins Paulin Bonn, Oliver Clark, Robert Coleman, Rii hard Cox le Charles Cox, .loiseph Darisly Jadlz Foler, Mary Fayfam Louise G-albrearh, Dona Cvrisvviild Dhelos Gui-kle, Marv Harvey, Gordon Hein, Morris l-'opoer, Fred Kaplan Sleve Krarnish, Arnold Kurtz, Donald Loudon, Jack Mahoney, Lew Martin Jack Mays, Maxine Moore, Frank Muia Cormine Murray, David Rel:-inofl, Virginia Raurn, Eslher Ridley, Torn Ross, Doro'hy Rofhenberg, Sarn She-da Norma Shellon Vav Smith Louise Snyder John Spirzrniller, George Sfanley, Maurife Townsend, John Wesfblade, Maynard Wilson, Euqene Row Row Row ff l 6 OFFICERS Presideni Paul Bamford Vice Presidem Frances Melrose Serrerafy Edilh Bloom Treasurer MEMBERS: Allen, Harry Applegafe, Janice Bloom, Edith Brown, Ted Dunn, Beffv Jean Hair, Verna Rose Leisf, Jane? Mafhless, Norma one: Allen, Appleqale, Boom, George Francis McNeilly, Sara Louise Melrose, Frances Nafale, Joseph Osburn, Clara Pafch, Pafricia piilwell, Dornllwy Sfevenson Rufh Vlhife. Delilah Brown, l-lalr 'rwor Leisf, Maihless, McNe5lly, Melrose, Nafale, O Three: Perch, Powell, While 179 ,rv 1 sburn -s ,btl 'Q F me E x k PIG l ' 1 9' 'N , gr MM QC.: 6 ,Ax . A MU Nalional Social Science Eraferniry MEMBERS: l l 2 PI EER PICKA DH MMER Local Honorary Geology and Geography Fraiernily 5 . 'WL gg ,G N- X f 6, i if xii l 1 1 Row one: Balcer, Bales, Beclr, Cadwell Del-larporl, Enos Row Two: Esflow, l-lallcriwiez, Kaplan, Linder, Manzer, McDowell Row rhreez Melvin, Niblo, Reuler, Scholl, Sfeele, Smilh OFHCERS Presidenl Maurice Reuler Vice Presiderif Dona Melvin Segrelaryklreasurer Doris Beck 'Vp 5 F Balmer, Barbara Barion, James Bafes, Belry Lee Beck, Doris Cadwell, Marcella Cox, Carol Davidson, Belly Del-larporf, David Enos, Dudley Esflow, Willis l-lall:owiez,Ediil1 Kaolan, Sieve Linder, Marcella Manzer, Marian Iv1CDnwoll,D0lly Melvin, Dona Niblo, Dorollwy Record, Walter Reuler, Maurice Sclrioll, Juanifa filer-le Doroflw Smiflw, Louise Nan VanDe-usen, Emma Wescotf, Lois OFFICERS Presidenl James Bufcher' Vice Presidenf Elaine Wifherwax Secrelary Jeannefle Mayer Treasurer Lewis Mahoney MEMBERS: Baer, Mariorie Becker, Don Boardman, Paul Butcher, Jim Chandler, Marion Driscoll, Bill Else, Jim Griqsby, Jocelyn Gushursl, Mary Haines, Marfha Hansen, l-larriel' l-larval, Bob l-liclrish, Jaclr Latham, Willa Lininqer, Mary Mahoney, Lew Maver, Jeanelle McCoy, Mary McCullough, John Mcln+osh, Don McNuH, Eleanor Miller, Jalce Moore, Raymond Musqrove, Bill Niblo, Dorolhy Perl:ins,Jir-1 Redinqfon, lillian Sayre, Connie Slromloerq, Adele Swanson, Sue Uolon, Mary While, Frances Vfhile, Ted Wifherwax, Elaine Gushursl, Haines, Hansen, Lininger Row one: Baer, Bulcher, Chandler, Row Two: Mahoney, McCoy, McCullough, Mclnfosh, McNul1, Morrow, Mayer Row +hree: Niblo, Perkins, Redinqfon, Sfromberg, Swanson, Uplon, While, F. Row four: While, T.: Wifherwax -Q' fag I A X . , K -il ' V Y 3 ae' L 4 i - J 5 1 f" si -' ' ,L 1 secs. Q Q. a-ei: 5135 g 1 nil? 4 ki ii Q. 'ri - ' i 221 V W ll L ' PIC EERE PROMENADER Local Square Dancing Group PRDSPEC Local Folklore Club RS 4. . , , YA unify D 4,29 B Q E L, , Q M- . i, 051 9 ef? , , ff J -c ii"'l"f 'X 1 9 W E W , ,fr f V 'wig' ,E ' . ga, ..1A . law in A J A W Pow one: Bailey, Balmer B., Balmer K., Beebe, Bisbee. Blanrb, Bonorno, Booker. Boss Row two: Brown D., Brown J., Brulwn, Burlchardt Calwoon, Coclre, Colvin, Coulson, Crofclmefi' Row Hwree: Currigan, Davies, Dofy, Drose, Duncan, Evison, Face, Ford, Forres+er Row four: Gaines. Gebhard D., Gebhard V., Gifford, Goa. Goodleff, Haberl, Hair, Haqler Row live: Hallrowiez, Hargraves, Hayes R., Hayes J., Hickey MEMBERS: Anderson. Rober+ Bailey, Eleanor Baker, Barbara Balrer' Kaflwerine Balen+,Ralpl1 Beebe, Marion Besf, Roberf Bisbee, Norene Blanch, Jean Booker, Lawrence Boss, Grover Bridqewafer, Glenn Brown, Diva Brown, Jean Louise Bruhn, Barbara Bnrlclnardf, Dorollwy Mae Cahoon, Barbara Cocke, Marion OFFICERS Presidenl Norman M-:Danal Vice Presidenf Loren Dofy Secrelary Shirley Kirlrpahiclr -v ITEGSUFBF Doroflwy Mae Burlrlwardl' Face, leonard Ford, Lowene Eorresfer, Belly Gaines, Annabelle Gebhard, Virginia Gebliard, Doro'rl'1y Giaford. Jean Gleason, Robin Goe, Vwlilliam Colvin, Mary Jane Coulson, Shirley Crofcluelf, Jean Currigan, Marian Davies,Doroll'1y Dory, l.oren Drose, Jack Duncan, Kaye Evison, Elaine Goodlefl, Joan Gould, Whirney Haberl, Rufh Phyllis Hair, Verna Rose Haqler, Sfanley l-lallrowiez Edifh Hand, Harold Hai-graves, Orin Hayes, Roberf JEMBERS: 'layes, Rulh -liclrey, Marzefle -louseman, Marllwa Jane 'lurnpl'ireys,Dorofl1y Mae -lufnphreys, Frances lazlcson, Dolores lol-ingon, Marjorie Lucille lohnson, Mona lordens, Louise Row Row Keene. Belly Kirlrpalriclr, Maxine Kirlcpafriclr, Ray Kirlipalricln, Shirley Koonsman Callierine Kramer, Miriam Maclear, Jean McDanal, Norman McFadden, Jack MCNUH, Eleanor Mel-fin, Dona Melz, Ellarnae Moenlce, Helen Moorelnead, Belly Newell, Rolwerl Nielsen, Helen Palfner,Pl1yllis Rabb, Joanne Reed. Warren Richardson, Eleanor Scoll, Crawford Scolf, Margery Scolf, Marilyn Scribner, James Slianlz, Eleanore Smilli, Virginia Sferner, Joseph Slone, Edward Taylor, Jenella Thomas, Mary Kay Turner, Geanne Uplon, Mary Eleanor Vlferlli Carol Wesllrialer, Wanda Mae 'Ninlen Claire Wirll1,Edward Wiflier-Nax, Elaine one: l-lousernan, Humplireys D., Humphreys F Jaclscn, Johnson M. Jolinson ivl. R. fwo: Kirlroalrick R., Kirlrpalricln S., Koonsrnan, Kramer, Maclear, McCallum, Mcllannal, MCNUH, Melvin Row llwreet Mielz, Moe-nlre, Mooreliead, Newell, Palmer, Nielsen, Ralib Reed Richardson Row four: Scoll C.. Scolf M., Slwanlz, Smilli, Slerner, Slone, iqylcnr, Thomas, Uplon Row live: Werflw, Wesflnaler, Winfer, Willwerv.-ax P 7: C 4 V -5 I V l Y' QQ, 5, T- 'R 4- ' ., ' a, , 5 . KK If A at ll I A 5 f U N 9 l 6 gg .5 6- 5- 15 Q Jil, ..1. , H. , gf , 'f x' S :E .-5 3 X " P, Q i .ji . 0' - 2 ,ag G I .- PRGSPECTGRS PIO EER KI CLUB Local Slci Club I in. f s ,, ,Q g Ma: ni E, 6 ' Q i ,AI , I ' v I r I f W . X ' I I ', L X 5 ' if sl 11. -4 I i-in . ir f Ai H S l -. . .' 5' ,F ,, 6 .- gi, I m-3,1 I 5 Q ii , in , 1: ' 4: : -an-. we ,- Q ii E' 15 ,ai Q I5 X aug: 5 ' - Row one: Baer, Bales, Beverly, Brown, Buclilnolz, Crocliell, Davies, Eellner, Foullr Row lwo: Gernniill, Grenlell, I-larl, Hilberl, Hix, I-Iuolnarl, Jackson, Kerr, Kinq Row rhreet Kunse, Lininqer M., Lininger R., Malioney L,, Mahoney R,, Mayer, Monberg, Mclnloslw, McNull Row lour: Moore, Nielsen, Niven H., Niven J., Perlfins, Redinglon, Roberlson, Sandburg, Scoll Row live: Slnanlz, Smolenslci, Slcrner, Wagner, Tool, Will OFFICERS Presidenl Poberl Beverly Vice President Joe Slerner Secrclary Jim Perkins Treasurer Jeanelle Mayer MEMBERS: Foullr, Barbara King, Porolliy McNull, Eleanor Scoll, Crawford Baer, Marjorie Balenl, Ralph Bale-S, Belle Beverly, Roberl Brown, Diva 8ucl'iI1oIz,Bealriie Crocliell Jean Davies, Dorollriy Eellner, Cherry Lou Gernrnill, Roberl Grenlell, Melba I-Iuqliarl, Fioberl Harl, Belly Ann Hayden, Leon I-Iilberl, Jean Hin, Donald Je1clison..iacl: Kerr, Dave Kina, Lela Jean Kunse Bon Lininqer, Mary Lininqer, Roy Mahoney, Bob Mahoney, Lewis Mayer, Jeannelle Monberq, Virginia Mclnloslw, Don Moore, Frank Nielsen, Helen Niven, Harold Niven, ,Iarold Olson, Eleanor Perlrins, Jim Redinglon, Lillian Roberlson. Gelly Sandburg, Elaine Shanll, Eleanor SIwull1, Glen Smolenslc. Jack Slerner, Joe Tool, Marc Wagner, Jo Will, Joe OFFICERS Presidenf Juanifa Loepfien Vice Presldenf Marqaref Duroclwer Secrefary Lorraine Seidenberg Treasurer Evelyn Wainscolf MEMBERS: Albean, lfres Durocl1er,Juan?1a Mayer,.lear1e1'le McCoy, Louie Seidenberq, Lorraine Wainscoff, Evelyn While, Delilah Row one: Alba-an, Durocher. Loopfien, Mayer Row two: McCoy. Seidenberg, Wainscoff, While v 6 , RILLI G THLETIC CLUB 4 SCHULER-TEMPLI i Local Women's Dormiiory Council GN 'V sv. . gs :Qi ' ' 'F Q f ef, -li Row one: Acre, Bellows, Epler, Gouge. Krefzsclwmar Row two: Shafer, Shofliff, Slwowalrer, Wall, Weaver OFFICERS: Presidenf of Slwuler-Templin Eileen Showalfer President ofSl'1uler Mary Epler Presidenr of Templin Mariorie Shofliff Secretary Elizabelh Bellows Treasurer Vivien Wall Social Chairman Marian Krefzschmer Senior Represenfafive Theelda Shafer Junior Represenfafive Carol Acre Sophomore Representative Rufh Gouqe Freshman Represenfafive Pafricia Weaver OFFICERS Co-Chairmen ....... Pafrucna Wufherspoon Vice Co-Chairmen Row one: Jernigan, M MQ TUDE T HRI TIAN MOVEME Na+ional Sfudenf Chrnshan Movemenf 2 WOMENS ATHLETI ASSOCIATIO Local Women's A+h1e+sC Associarion iv- X 0 - Q' 'N a I ag. as av! .-G 5 V wr. l 6 0 9 ai. i Row one: Albean, Balrer, Barcus, Sales, Bellows, Blum, Byrne Row Two: Cadwell, Cahoon, Carpenfer, Christian, Ciarlr, Collins, Dunn Row fhree: Duroclver, Egan, Flaqel, Ford, Forresfer, Geblward, Gouqe MEMBERS: Albean, I'rres Balmer, Kaflwerine Barcus, Dorofhea Bafes, Berry Bellows, Elizabe+l-1 Blum, Rose Marie Byrne Maxine Cadwell, Marcella Calwoon. Barbara Carpenter, Dorothy OFHCERS Presidenl Marqaref Duroclaer Vice Presidenf Virginia McCoy Secrelary Ifres Albean Treasurer Jeanneffe Mayer Clwrisfian, Mildred Clark, Marqaref Collins, Gwyenlln Dunn, Belly Durocl1er,Marqaref Eqan, Marqaref Flaqel, Mary Ford, Lowene Forresfer, Belly Gebhard. Dorothy Gouge, Ruth Q G 5 A- ? . D J in 1 Grenfell, Melba Hansen, Beflv l-lardesly, Wilma Klassen, Edilh ljnlnqer, Mary Lfweplien, Juanlfa Mayer, Jeannelle Maver, Jeanelle McCoy, Virqinla Morrow, Jean Panek, Joan Pereqrine,Rull1 Scholl 'manila Segal, Elaine Seidenberq, Lorraine Snyder, Evelvn Sleplnens, Sylvia Sfone, Virginia Vo+aw,AI1a Vlalnscoll, Evelyn Wesllwaler Wanda Wlnile, Delilah Row one: Grenfell, Hansen, l-larclesfy, Klassen, Lininqer, Loeplien, Mayer Row Two: Morrow, Panelr, Peregrine, Scholl, Segal, Seidenberq, Synder Row Ylwreez Sione, Vofaw, Wainscolf, Werlh, Wesllwaler, While 'el 5, H - YK ' .. 24" i an "5 '47 X l Y' . ' K1 - K, l ' , as G W . f- F- - a 1 ' WL .QQQQL A l EL, Q l N A fri - r 4 i , d 1. 4 W, A 02 is OMEN'S ATHLETI ASSCDCIATI U KAPPA LPH l Nallonal Forensic Fralernlly l 2 S is sr MEMBERS: Allen, Harry Com-ml, Kenneflw DiLorenzo, Joe Row one: Row lwo: A L 'IS' is Allen, Conanl, Dil.orenzo, Smilh, O.. Thaler OFFlCERS: Presldenl Joe DiLorenzo Vice President Margarel Thaler Secretary l-larry Allen Treasurer Harry Allen Jernigan, Homer Kenna, Jim Smillw, Glen Smillu, Orabel Smifh, 6. 'F F Tewell, William Tlwaler, Margaref Wells, Belly Jean I 9 4 N CCNCLUSIO Our !943 Kynewisbok has endeavored +o produce a lasling volume of college memories. This year due lo presenl condilions fhe yearbook required more work and consequenfiy more lime lo edil and publish. Even 'rhough il' is a war annual, a complele record of our universily is presenled wilhin 'rhese pages. The edilor wishes lo acknowledge here lhe invaluable assislance rendered by 'rhe slall in 'rhe crealing, compiling, and publishing lhis book. This lorly-lillh volume of +he Kynewisbok recognizes lhe following groups and individuals: Billie Naylor, arf edilor, whose helpful advice and work aided in compiling layouls and lhe cover. Lois Cole and Dolly Varden McDowell, assislanl edilors, who lailhlully did llweir work. Bill Sobol, pholographer, who made il possible lor 'rhis book +0 have excellenl piclures. Lorraine Jensen, Carol Werlh, Annabelle Gaines, and Belly Hansen, who painslak- ingly pasled and mounled piclures and layouls. Bob Wilson who aided in wriling lhe sporls copy. Professor Bourke who rendered ineslimable advice. The Bradford-Robinson Prinling Company for lhe excellenl cooperalion in phofo- lifh work, especially Schmidt Slreel, l-loward and Fouse. The Soderslrom Sludio for fheir excellenf cooperalion. The slafl of I943 Kynewisbok. J,,.,.L,1z. cm The Acre, Carol-56, 185, 198, 210, 212, 234 Aho, Elsie-62, 183 Ainsworth, Charlotte-70, 204 Albean, ltres-48, 169, 233, 236 Alberg, Marvin--56, 217 Albres, Anna Marie-70 Allen, Dorothy-56 Allen, Harry-48, 56, 157, 206, 227, 238 Allen, Kathleen-70 Alterman, Leonard-56, 123, 124, 157 Alverson, Norman--70, 161 Amen, Betty-56 Anderson, Marion-36, 70 Anderson, Margaret-213 Anderson, Maxine-62 Anderson, Peggy-56 Anglen, Mary Frances-70, 187 A ell Charles 48 15 A ndex Birnbaum, Ruth-209 Bisbee, Norene-62, 178, 230 Bishop, Bonnie-70, 210 Black, Charllne-56, 171 Black, Ruth-35, 41, 46, 48, 106, 107, 183, 184, 185, 197,200,210 Blanch, Jean-70, 185, 210 Blankenship, Frances-48 Blomendahl, Maryorie-70, 204 Bloom, Edith--48, 173, 203, 227 Blum, Rose Marie-70, 236 Boggis, Martin-70 Boggs, Ruth-70 Bolander, Robert'-56, 195, 205, 221 Bonger, Arthur-132 Bonham, George-62, 151 Bonomo, Francis-48, 106, 107, 161, 219, 221, 230 Booker, Lawrence-70, 161, 230 Borden, Aurora-180 Boss, Grover V-70, 161 DD , - , 3 Appell, Rod--153, 170 Applegate, Janice-48, 227 Arnold, Sidney-46, 48, 107, 146, 147, Avis, Hugh-56, 219 Ayres, Aivah-56, 195, 205 B Bader, Ross-43, 48, 106, 151, 220 Baer, Marjorie-70, 187, 204, 209, 229, 208 232 Bailey, Eleanor-56, 78, 166, 185, 213, 230 Bainfer, Robert-56, 195, 205 Baker, Barbara-56, 215, 228, 230 Baker, Dorothy-62, 185 Baker, Katherine-70, f185, 230, 236 Ball, Dorothy-70 Ball, Ray-62, 155, 219 Bamford, Paul-33, 43, 48, 106, 107, 195, 209, 221, 223 Banks Dorothy-62 Barbera, Marian-70, 204, 210 Barcroft, Elaine--70, 187, 210 Barcus, Dorothea--70, 175, 210 Barker, Elvef-48 Barnes, Jack-62 Barnhill, Franklin--70, 149 Boulier, Stanley-91 Bown, Oliver-46, 48, 106, 145, 148, 149, 219, 226 Brainf-fri, Betty-56, 171, 197, 213, 215, 218 Brainard, Shirley-62, 166, 171, 197, 204, 218 Breeden, Glennis-70 Brerenstem, Louise-70, 204 210 Brennan, Patricia-62, 178, 210 Breslow, Leonard--70 Brewer, Llal-62 Brier, Rosalie-172 Brinkhaus, Mary-48, 177, 215, 223 Bronstein, Margaret'A62, 166, 173, 218 Brooks, Bettv-56 185, 206, 217 Brown, Daniel-68, 94 Brown, Diva-56, 177, 207, 225, 230, 232 Brown, Jean-56, 230 Brown, Jerome-70 157 Brown, Margaret.-70 Brown, Myrna-62, 210 Brown, Raymond-56, 151, 220 Brown, Ted-28, 32, 40, 48, 94, 106, 227 Browning, Gregg-117, 118 Bruhn, Barbara-70, 178, 204 Bronstein, Phillip-70, 147 Bartee, Evelyn-48 Bartee, Roy-48, 224 Barlhel, June--48, 169 198, 223 Barton, Gordon-62, 221 Bassell, Martha-62 Batchelder, ErnestV48, 209 Batchelder, Jean-62, 157 Bates, Allen-62 Bates23Fgetty-48, 187, 215, 226, 228, 232, Beck, Doris-34, 56, 166, 167, 171, 210, 218, 228 Beebe, Marion-56, 230 Beeler, Robert-62 Belcik, Darlene-62, 180, 181, 208 Bell, Beatrice-48 Bellows, Elizabeth--62, 203, 234, 236 Benson, Jane-62, 169 Berenbaum, Agnes--56, 213 Berenbaum, Ruth-70 Berg, Elizabeth-62, 183, 203 Berkens, Pauline-48, 197, 198, 203, 210, 212, 216 22' Berman, David-70 Beverly, Robert -62, 195. 219, 232 Bianfgiiq Dorothy-56, 178, 197, 213, 215, Biddle. Lorraine-48 Bidwell, Barbara-207 Bidwell, Elbert-62, 147 Binder, Betty-56, 169, 213 Bird, Betty-48 Bryan, Jean-62, 183 Buchanan, Floyd-62, 131 Buchholz, Beatrice-35, 62, 187, 197, Buodanowilz, Robert-94, 106 Bulls, Henry-70. 209 Burqess, Betty-70 Burke, Barbara-70, 210 Burkhardt, Dorothyf48, 177, 230 Burkley, Doris-70, 210 Burns, Esther-62, 171, 210, 218 Burtch, Dorothy-70 232 Burton, Frank-48, 113, 134, 205, 219 Burtscher, Patricia-70 Butcher James-48, 149, 220, 229 Byrne, Maxine-56, 169, 204, 215, 236 C Cadwell, Marcella-36, 48, 175, 207, 228 Caqe, Elaine-70, 98 Cahoon, Barbara-56, 178, 204 230, 236 3 215 Calkins, Mary--56, 91, 195, 197, 20 , 223 Calloway, Carl-163, 220 Calloway, Huoh-56 Cameron, Emilv-62 1 Campbell, Earl--56, 113, 122, 123, 124, 130, 131, 149 Capen, Rose-70, 183 Carleton, Margaret-34, 54, 56, 104, 185, 210 166. 229 4 Carlson, Bonney-37, 56, 195, 196, 203, 207, 213, 215, 225 Carlson, Donald--48, 117, 118, 122, 219 Carlson, Joe-62, 147 Carlton, Clarence-113, 118, 134 Carpenter, Dorothy-70, 187, 210, 236 Carr, Jack-62, 147 Carr, Wilma-62, Carrell, Ruth-56 Carter, Betty-56 Cartwright, Alton- Chancellor, Helen- Chandler, Marion- 93, 178, 203, 210 56,161, 209, 221 62, 204, 206 56, 187, 203, 204, 223, Choun, Harriet-70 Chrismer, John-56 Christ, Al-60, 62, 147 Christian, Mildred-62 Clark, Margaret -70, 210, 236 Clark, Robert-61, 62, 159, 219, 221, 226 Clarke, Alfred--62, 219 Claussen, Melba-62, 171 Coats, Bill-70, 127, 159 Cocke, Marian-A33, 42, 48, 106, 177, 230 Colburn, Ann-62, 207 Colburn, Marie-56, 210 Colburn, Mary-70, 203, 207, 210 Cole, Lois-56, 89, 92, 187, 197, 198, 210, 212, 215 Coleman, Richard-62, 195, 226 Collins, Dorothy-48. 91, 101, 178, 223 Collins, Gwyneth-70, 175 Collopy, Charies-62, Colvin, Mary Jane-62 Colvin, Mary Jean-48 Comnillo, Dorothe-70 Comnillo, Marcella-56 210, 212 Compton, Audrey-63 153, 216 , 197,223 ,167,175 , 174, 175,197, 198, Conant, Kenneth--49, 155, 219, 238 Conley, Georgia-70, 178 Conley, Shirley-56, 178, 203, 215 Connell, Alice--70 Cook, Carolyn-178 Cook, Thomas-49, 146, 147 Cooke, Bettylee-70, 139, 185 Cooper, Evelyn-70, 178 Corkadel, Claude-63, 154, 155, 195 Cosand, Henry---63, 216 Couch, Joy-56, 187, 210 COUISOD, Shirley- 70 178. 203 Cowan, LaMoyne-70, 210 Cowling Shirley-63, 197 Coyle, Charles---33. 49, 107, 222, 226 Craig, Bernard-117, 118 Crane, Gaii--49, 178, 215 Cressman, Ruth-49, 176 Cribari, Joe-70, 118, 153 Crist, Albert-220 Crocker, John-56, 153 Crotchett, Jeani63, 79, 113, 185, 218, 230, 232 Crotinger, Emma-63, 197 Cruse, Luana-70, 210 Cummings, Gloria-70, 112, 187 Cummings, Joyous-57, 95, 187, 203, 206 Currigan, Marion-36, 57, 178, 213 Curry, Margaret-49 Curtin, Eleanor-207, 209 Curtin, Vallorie-63 Cutler, Mary-70, 183 D Danahey, Edward-165 Dansky, Jack-57, 205, 226 Davies, Dorothy-63, 177, 232 Davis, June-63, 169, 187, 214, 218 Davis, Ross-133 Davisson, Betty-49, 213 Davy, 'William-71, 147, 220 Deal, Norrnai49 Decker, James-63, 147 DeHarport, David-57, 224, 228 Delamarter Elizabeth-63 Delaney, Charlotte-71, 187 Dernmer, Joan--49, 166, 188, 189, 206, 217, 218 Dennison, Ross-1 18 Densmer, Robert-57 Desserich, Emile-57, 153 Detrick, Stan-71, 149 DeVoe, Sherman-63, 196 Diamond, Melba-57, 94, 172, 173, 203 206, 217, 218 Dickerson, Fay-71 Dickey, Harold-57, 61, 151, 220 Dailey, Doris-63, 170, 171, 204 Dillmon, Helen'-71, 210 DiLorenzo, Joseph-32, 49, 97, 106, 107 112, 206, 217, 238 Diner, Leon-117, 118 Dismant, Jane-34, 49, 106, 107, 176, 177 197, 213 Ditty, Phyllis-71, 97, 171 Dodge, Jean-71 Doepke, Albert--152 Dorsett, James--63 Doty, Loren-63, 131, 161, 221 Drose, Jack--71, 161 Dutfner, Lowell-57, 151 Duncan, Eleanor-71 Duncan, Kaye-34, 60, 63, 169, 203, 209 210, 230 Dunklee, Dorcas Dunklee, Patricia-49, 210 Dunn, Betty Jean--49, 169, 213, 236 Durham, Lorene-49, 206, 213 Durocher, Margaret-49, 138, 174, 175 233, 236 Durrill, David-49, 195, 205 Dyatt, Betty-63, 187 Eaker, Robert-71, 147 Earnhart, Jack--63 Easley, Ray-57, 163 Edmondson, Betty-49 Edwards, Annabelle-63 Egan, Margaret-71, 187, 236 Eiker, Calvin-71, 155 Elledge, Gerald-71 Elliott, Harriette--63, 169 Elliott, Helen- 63 Elliott, Robert-71, 163 Ellison, Joan-71, 210 Emerson, Olive--100 Endicott, Fred--57, 147 Enos, Dudley-57, 221, 228 Ensign, Eunice-33, 34, 40, 49, 106, 107 185. 201, 211 Ensign, Merry Jo-63. 185 Epler, Marv-49, 170, 171, 207, 213, 215 225, 226, 234 Erickson, Virginia---176 Ernsperger, Jean-71, 210 Eskildson. Loyd-49, 113, 126 Essig, Mildred-184 Estlow, Willis-57, 131, 224, 228 Ethrigge, Lorene-'35, 57, 180, 181, 213 4 Evison, Elaine-71, 167, 178, 204 Ewing, Virginia-63 Eye, Robert-57, 150, 151, 220 F Fabling, Dorothy-49, 177 Fabrizius, Harold-130, 131 Face, LeonardQ71, 161 Factor, Elaine- 71 Farley, Mary-63, 183 Farney, Dorothy-182, 183 Farver, Melvin-'63 Fayram, Louise-63, 187, 197, 226 Feld, Nathan--118 Fellner, Cherrv-71, 203, 232 Ferguson, Edith-71 Ferris, Peggy-63, 187 Fields, .lames-57, 133, 149 Fischer, Enid -71, 183 Fischer, Max--49, 147 Fisher, Bessie--63, 207 Fisher, Morton-63, 159 Fisher, Ruth-49 Fifhman, Harold-49 Flagel, Marv-69, 71, 167, 187 Flaniqan, Wayne-A63, 113, 118, 159 Flax, Sol-49, 164, 165, 196, 226 Fletcher, Dorothy-71, 206, 210 F'etcher, Ruth--215 Flores, Joe-49, 195, 226' Flynn, Eileen-63, 167, 189 Ford, Lowene--71, 178, 204 Forrester, Betty-178, 204, 236 Foulk, Barbara-71, 167, 185, 232 Fraser, Isabella-71, 210 French, Shirley-63 French, Vanitae--49, 177, 207, 210 225 French, Warren-49, 153, 205, 222 Friedberg, Felix-57 Fritz, Curtis-'71, 155 Frost Jacqueline-36, 71, 169 Frye, James-71, 147 Fulkerson, Robert-57, 221 Furze, Richard-33 G Gaines, Annabelle-71, 89, 100, 187, Galbreath, Donald-49, 196, 226 , 213, 230 Harris, Harris, Harris, , Mary-50, 83, 206, 215 Harris Harris , 1 Harris, Harry-64, 153 Helen-64, 100, 166, 173, 203, 218 Jeanne-36, 57, 185 Raymond-1 59 Samira'-100 Hart, Betty-71, 177, 232 Hartwell, Donald-64, 151, 208, 220 Harvat, Robert-134 Harvey, Elizabeth-64, 100 Harvey, Gordon--57, 196 Harvey, John-71 Hatch, Ruth-50 Hawkins, Shirley-71, 169, 210 Hayes, Hayes, Hayes, Hayes Hays, Beverly-71 Gordon--131 Robert-57, 160, 161 Roth-64 166 167 188 189, 218 'Loren-118, 122, 123, 124' Heaton Dave-29, 32, 42, 50, 92, 106, 147, Gardner, Jack-71 Garland, Davev153 Garland, Katherine-71, 178 Garlock, Ruth-49 Garrett, Helen-69, 71, 96, 187 Gashzfgne-57, 166, 169, 198, 210, 212, Gates, Betsy--50, 169 Gates, Mildred--71 Gates, Walter'-132 Gebhard, Dorothy-34, 63, 101, 178, 197, 218, 230, 236 Gebhard, Vlrgunia-63, 177, 230 Gemmill, Robert-57, 147, 220, 232 Gibson, Joanf-71 Gift0rd,o Jeanne-50, 184, 185, 218, 223, 23 Gilmore, Vera-71, 100, 173 Ginqras, Pete-117, 118 Girtin Jackson'-118 Goe, William- 63, 161 Goldberg, Harvey-'57, 165, 196, 221 Goldfogel, Leon-156, 157 Goldstein, Ivan-71, 156, 157, 204 Good, Donald--57 Good, Gilbert'-71, 131 155 Goodlett, Joank63, 185, 204, 230 Goodman, Jackf71, 157, 185 Goodwin, John-63, 196 Gorman Margaret-71 Gouge, Ruth-63. 210, '216, 218, 234, 236 Graham, Robin-178 Graham, Wilda-63, 169, 204 Gray, Leo-127 Gray, Rosalie-36 57. 85, 186. 187 Grenfell Melha- -68. 71, 187,223 232, 236 Griggs, Dorothy-60 63. 104 169 Griggs, Guinevere-71, 169, 210 Grigs, Mildred-63 Grosvenor, Zilpha---57, 169, 213 Groves, Jasper-71, 161 Guerber, A'ice-71 Gunckel. Mary-50 195 224 Gushurst, Teresa-57 229 Gustafson, Russel-50, 196 H Haberl, Ruth-63. 177, 223 Hage, Donald-50 Hagler, Stan'ev--63, 195, 221, 230 Hacner, Louis-63 155 Haines. Martha-63 185 207 Hair, Verna Rose-50, 201, 209, 213, 215, 227, 230 Halford Bill-118 Halkowiez, Edith-57, 228, 230 Hall, Bill-127 Hall, Charles--57, 219, 221 Hamilton, Shirley-71, 175 Hammerich Frieda-63 181, 214 Hand, Harold-118, 130 Haney, Jeanne-71, 178, 204 Hansen, Bettv-57 169 204, 215, 236 Hansen, Harriet-63, 229 Haratani, James--64 Hardesty, Wilma--64 Hardino. Arthur--57 Hardy, Wayne-64, 149 Haroraves, Orin-64 730 Harlow, Roberta-50 224 Harmon Lorraine-64, 169 Harp, Mildred-64 Harris, George-71 220 Heidbrak, Ralph-50, 196 He.der, Walter-55, 57, 220 Hein, Morris-57, 226 Helwig, Ellen-57, 195, 210 Henderson, Bob-132 Hennon, Margaret--71, 209, 211 Herbct, Harvey-50, 55, 139, 206, 217, 221 Herlevich, John-118 Herrmann, Don-132 Hertneky, Jack-71, 151, 220 Heter, Virginia-64, 187 Hicken, Gearald-71, 151 Hickey, Marzette--64, 185 Higashluchi, Alto-57, 196 Hilbert, Jean-71, 209, 232 Hilderman, Carol--50, 169, 211, 224 Hill, Helen-61, 64, 183, 214, 218 H1x, Donald-64, 151, 232 Hodges, Joe-50 Hodgson, Wilma-71, 183 Hodik, Dorothy-71 Hoffman, Marlorie--57, 169, 223 Hogarth, Charlotte-71, 195, 211 Holch, fkrthur-64, 91, 92, 93, 149, 219, 22 Holstein, Peggy-57 Holt, Helen-57, 197, 198, 211, 216, 224 Hook, Jack-71, 113 Hook Maryellen-50 Hopkins, Charles--64 Hopper, Frederick-50, 195, 205, 219, 222, 226 Horst, Jean--64, 166, 183, 197, 214 Horst, Raymond-57 Hostetter, B111-57, 147, 220 Hotchkiss, Glodys-50, 169, 211 Houseman, Martha-64, 166, 177, 231 Hoyle, Maryon--71 Huber, William--54, 57, 126,129, 145, 162, 163, 195, 205, 219, 221 Huffman, Christine-71, 211 Hughart, Robert-64, 149, 232 Hughes, Charles-64, 132 Hugins, Eleanor-71, 178, 209 Huglns, Ruth-57, 96. 187 Humphrey, Charles-71 Humphreys, Dorothy-72, 178, 211, 231 Humphreys, Frances-57, 185, 207, 213, 215, 225, 231 Hunt, Betty JO-72, 167, 171 Hunt, Marlorie-34, 50, 170, 171 Hunter, Edna-50, 195 Husband, Margaret-64, 180, 181 lida, Heda-72 Isaacs, Edith-72, 173, 204 lsberg, Audrey-57, 213, 223 Isett, Leanore-72, 204 lsihi Edward-72, 132 lwashita, Makoto-64 J Jackson, Dolores--72, 178 231 Jackson, Jack-72, 149, 232 Jackson, Theodore-57, 156, 157 Jacobs, Fred--113, 122, 123, 124 Jacobs, Winifred-57 4 24 Jacobson, Marjorie-50 James, Arlene-64, 183 Jeffries, Fred-64, 130, 150, 151, 220 Jenkins, Irene-72, 187 Jenkins, Madge-57, 169, 213 Jensen, Clefa-50 Jensen, Lorraine-72, 89, 167, 169, 204, 211 Jernigan, Homer-50, 235 Johns, William-72, 163 Johnson, Ann-72, 211 Johnson, Carl-64 Johnson, Darrel---58, 151, 208 Johnson, Dwight-73, 163 Johnson, Earl-58, 159 Johnson, Eleanor-72 Johnson, Elmore-169 Johnson, Harold-72, 155 Johnson, Marie-Louise-72, 175 Johnson, Marjorie Lay-47, 50, 107, 184 185, 213 Johnson, Marjorie Lucille-185, 209, 231 Johnson, Mary--72 Johnson, Mona-72, 185, 231 Jolly, Elizabeth-64, 187 Jolly, William-58, 158, 159 Jones, Adelaine-64, 207, 209 Jones, Carol-169, 197, 204 Jones, Jane-64, 178 Jones, Leland-72, 209 Jorclens, Louise-72, 177 Jorgensen, Gordon-72 K Kaiser, Katherine-64 Kaplan, Steohen-64, 164, 165, 205, 221 226, 228 Kaufman, Lislottee-72 Keene, Betty-50, 178 Keith, Eleanor-72 Keith, vincent--72 Kem, Elaine-64, 185 Kentor, Francesh50 Kerr, David-149. 232 Ketchum, E'mer-132 Kettering, Priscilla-72, 171, 209 Keyes, Lynn-58, 155, 216, 224 Kindig, Norma-72, 209 King, Dorothy-72, 211, 232 Kingsbury, James-64 Kircher, Dorothy-64, 178, 211 Kirk, Marie-72, 181 Kirkley, Melvin-64, 147 Kirkpatrick, Maxine--185 Kirkpatrick, Raymond-72, 161, 231 Kirkpatrick, Shirley-61, 197, 207, 218, 231 Kistler, Jane-98 Kitzmiller, Virginia-72, 100, 187 Klassen, Edith-50 169 Klein, Frederick--64, 205, 709 Kline, Doyle-50, 91, 92, 93 Klitgaard, Howard-72 Koiwai, Toshlyuki-64 Koonggiian, Catherine-72, 185, 204, 223 Koontz. Doris-50 Kortz, Ruth-58 218 Koster, Patty-58, 177 Kramer, Miriam-58, 177, 231 Kramish, Arnold-58, 226 Kramish, Elsie-72 Kramish, Morris-50, 202 Kretschmar, Marian-50 209. 234 Kunse, Bon-64, 144 154, 155, 195, 232 Kunse, Jean-72, 187, 211 Kunse, June-37 L Lake, Clarice-72, 187 Landrum, James-58 144, 159 Lane, Betty-72, 177 Lanning, Robert-64, 205, 221 Lapin, Jake-'72 - Larson, Cherie-72 Lawrence, Charles--50 202 Lee, Katherine-64, 100 187 197 207 Lee, Virginia-35, 51, 177, 200, 214 Leist, Janet-58, 177, 227 Lenhart, Calvin--72 Lenicheck, Ed-58, 107, 148, 149, 219 Lesar, Edward--58, 113, 118 9 Lewis, Juanita-64, 169, 182 Lewis, Opal-72, 211 Lewis, Ramona-35, 51, 183, 208, 214 Leyda, Paul---58, 216, 224 Lind, Charles-133 Linder, Marcia'-51, 177, 228 Lindsay, Jean-64, 183, 214 Lininger, Mary-65, 96, 139, 187, 232 Lininger, Roy-65, 163, 221, 232 Lischke, Faye--72, 169 Littlefield, Harold-72, 149 Littrell, Bill-72, 133, 149 Littrell, Shirley-34, 51, 106, 166, 177 Loeptien, Juanita-34, 37, 51, 138, 140 188, 189, 218, 233, 237 Logan, Don-58, 163, 220 Lohr, Elizabeth-51 Long, Lois-65, 187, 203 Longnecker, Lctty-65, 93, 218 Lord, Lowene-36 Loudon, Jack---51, 196, 226 Lusky, Sam-145, 164 Lutz, Irving-65, 157 , 126,12 , 209 1 M Macaluso, James-51, 153 Maclear, Jean--65, 185 Maclear, Jean-231 MacDonald, Shirley-65, 177 Macintosh, Donald-37, 58 Maddox, Elliott-65 Mahoney, Lewis-29. 32, 41, 51, 106, 148, 149, 205, 222, 226, 229, 232 Mahoney, Robert-72, 149, 232 Mallett, Mary--72, 185, 211 Manzer, Marian-37, 51, 228 Marceilo, Alphonse--58 Marcum, Thelia-72 Marchick, Pauline-65, 100, 173, 218 Marriott, Alma-65, 187, 214 Marrs, Shirley-65, 197, 195 Martin, John-51, 196. 226 Martin, Laura--51, 107, 186, 187, 213 Martinez, Stella-65 Marx, Leroy-72, 99, 149 Mason, Lucille-65, 2 Masted, Lily--72 18 Mathless, Norma-51, 173, 227 Matoba, Harry-58 Matson, William-99 Matthews, Mary-65, Maxon, Kenneth-65 Maxwell, Anniceo73 Mayor, Jeanette--55 187, 204, 209, 218 151 58, 166, 187, 215, 218,229,232,233,237 Mays, Betty-65, 169 Mays, Maxine-51, 169, 212, 226 McCalIin, Paul-65, 161, 216 McCammon, Virginia-58, 185, 197, 213 McCarty, Barbara-198 McCl'iesney, Margaret-65 McConnell, Billy-72, 154 McCoy, Gloria--51, 106, 107, 203, 207, 218 McCoy, Louie-51, 169, 233 McCov, Mary-58, 197, 207, 213, 218, 229 McCullough, John'-72, 149, 195, 229 145 1 1 1 231 McDanaI, Norman- ,60, 6. McDowell, Dolly Varden--58, 89, 203, 215 228 McFadden, Jack-69 McGaughey, Warren-72, 151 McGreey, Davis-72 McHugh, John-72, 149 Mclntosh, Donaid-213, 224, 229, 232 McKay, Betty-72 McKellar, Clegg-117, 119 McLeod, Mary-51 McNeilIy, Sally Lou-51, 213, 215, 227 McNutt, Eieanor-72, McNutt, Marv-51 185, 231, 232 McTee, June-72, 81, 183 McVicker, Roy- 36. 65, 209, 221, 235 Melrose, Frances-32, 51, 90, 92, 106, 197, 203, 227 Melvin, Dolores-58, 203, 225 Melvin, Dona Marie-58. 228. 231 Messenger, Helen-34, 51, 176, 177, 218 Metz, Ellamae-139, 185, 211 Miles, Genevieve-51, 206, 217, 225 ,l Hifi Lit gn'-fs' asa.. ?'Yf2.' Miles, Mary-51 Miller, Miller, Miller, Miller, Miller, Miller, Miller, Charles-58, 150, 151, 220 Helen-51, 223 Marjie-183 Maurine-73 Richard- -65 Suzanne-51, 189 Willard-113, 119, 196 Millikin, Maxine-73 Mitchell, Robert-29, 33 Mizutani, Emiko-73 Moenke, Helen-73, 185, 211, 231 Mohar, John-117, 119 Monberg, Virginia-58, 100, 187, 204, 215, 232 Monty, Don-51 Moore, Buel-73 Moore, Frank, Jr.-32, 51, 88, 92, 104 , 132, 144 Moorehead, Betty-465, 171, 203, 231 More, Betty--51, 213 Morris, Jacqueline-73 Morrow, Jean-211, 212, 215, 229, 237 Morrow, Wilma-58 Moser, Don-65, 163 Moser, Ruth-58 Mossman, Mollie-51, 206 Motz, Kenneth-58, 151 Mueller, Lucille-73 Muna, Carmine-51, 196, 226 Mullen, Mary-73 Mullin, George-65, 149 Murphy, Maribeth-51 Murray, Catherine-73, 178, 203 107, 11, 122, 123, 124 152, 153, 205, 226, 232 Niven, N Napier, Marianne-73, 167, 171 Natale, Joseph-58, 219, 221, 227 Nauman, Doris-73 Naylor, Billie-58, 89, 169 Naylor, Margaret-35, 58, 182, 183, 214 Neely, Mary-73, 177, 204 Neher, Eugene-58, 158, 159 Neill, F rank-52 - Neimcyer, Jean-65, 178, 204 Nelson, Lois-51, 178, 198, 203, 211, 212 Nemrow, Solomon-73, 157 Netherton, Carolyn-65, 218 Nevius, Jean-73, 169, 209 Newell, Robert-58, 161, 231 Niblo, Dorothy-73, 100, 177, 228, 229 Nice, Armand-73, 163 Nielsen Nielsen Nimmo , Barbara-52, 171 , Helen-73, 185, 232 Suzanne--73, 177 Nishlda, Fumio-58 Niven, Harold-73, 155, 232 Jarold-- 73, 155, 232 Norbcrg, Robert- -73, 144 Norblom, Donald-52 Northup, Robert-37, 73 Norton, Janie-65, 187 Nuncio, Marguerite-52 O Officer, Dick-65, 149 Ogier, Eugene--52, 149 Okner, Sylvia-73, 172 Olsen, Maralyn-65, 100, 171, 183 Olson, Duane-'65, 155 Oman, Leslie-73, 155 O'Neal, Jeanne-52, 169, 198, 211, 212 Orange, Donk127 Ord, Billleh73, 211 Orlusky, Margaret-65 Osburn, Clara-52, 170, 171, 227 Otto, Betty Axnn-65, 218 Otto, Jerry-- 13, 123, 124, 127 Outwatcr, Stanley-52, 149 P Paqliasotti, Jim-65, 119, 153 Palangio, John-52, 209, 223 Palmer, Phyllis-73 Panek, Joan--65, 185, 218, 237 Patch, Patricia-34, 36, 52, 166, 175, 201, 203, 218, 227 Patterson, Robert-52 Patterson, Susanna-73 Payne, Bettie-100 Payne, Ruth--65 Peacock, Patricia-73, 204 Peng, Harry-52 Pepper, Bernice-73 Peregiarge, Betty-52, 168, 169, 206, 213, Peregrine, Ruth-73, 204, 237 Perkins, James--73, 161, 232 Peters, SirnW133 Petersen, Albert-52 Peterson, Dean-73, 149 Peterson, Roberta-147 Ptretzschner, Bernhard-73,159 Pickens, Jo-65, 177 Pike, Monty+65 Pine, Maxine-58, 185, 203 Pistole, Olin-65, 195,221 Pitkin, Charles-58, 163 Potestio, Florence-73 Powell, Alma-52, 175, 204 Powell, Dorothy-34, 37, 52, 107, 195, 227 Pratt, Elizabeth-213 Pratt, Lena Ruth-58, 169 Prince, Doris-52 Proctor, Bill-58, 113, 119, 124, 127, 135, 153, 219 Proctor, Genell-73 Propst, Howard -65, 209, 221 Propst, Robert-52, 204, 219 Purcell, Alice-175, 211 Purcell, Helen-73, 178 Purdy, Harold--65. 147 Q Qualls, Virginia-52, 177, 213, 215 Quinn, James-65, 112, 221 R 1 Rabb, Joanne-73, 177 Rabinoff, Virginia--65, 197, 226 Ralson, Elizabeth-73 Ramsey, David -58 Ramsey, Joyce-73, 187 Randleman, Minnie-52, 174, 175, 207 Reclington, Lillian--58, 185, 213, 229, 232 Reed, Jimmy-52, 159 Reed, Warren-16.1, 231 Reeves, Jean-58, 178, 204 Reid, Nancy-35, 54, 58, 183 Reitt, Bernard-65, 151 Reilly, Loretta-35, 47, 52, 187, 218 Reuler, Maurice-65, 219, 221, 228 Rhoads, Harriet-59, 178, 204, 213, 215 Rice, Ruth--165, 178, 197, 211, 223 Richards, Ida- 98 Richardson, Eleanor-73, 185 Richman, Herman-131 Riggall, James--65, 216 Rights, Shirleyf735 167, 177 Ring, Richard-73 Roberts, Warren-65, 147, 220 Robertson, Betty-65, 187, 232 Robinson, Carolyn--59, 211 Robinson, Rubye-73, 181 Robinson, William-65, 151 Robison, John--54, 131, 149 Rodgers, Irene-73 Rodner, Virginia-65, 112, 169 Rork, Betty-'66, 166, 187, 197, 211, 218 Rosenblum, PhylIisf'73 Rosendahl, Lois-55, 59, 169 Rosenmayer, Dora-73, 204 Ross, Bob--66, 147 Ross, Dorothy--52, 226 Rossiter, Norma-73, 187 Rothenberg, Sam-59, 205, 226 Rountree, Emily-73, 175 Rudman, Theodore-66, 151 Ruqg, .lack-52, 163 Russell, Margaret-73, 187 24 46 Saliman, Eleanor-52, 72, 173, 213 Sanborn, Duane-59, 112, 149, 216, 221 Sandburg, Don-52, 163 Sanburg, Elaine-73, 177, 204, 232 Saracmo, Thomas-66, 113, 117, 119, 123, 124, 153, 219 Sato, Sho-66 Saunders, Roy--59, 126, 153 Schafer, Barbara- 73 Schechtel, Howard--59, 117, 119, 135, 145, 156, 157 Srhlangen, Ruth-36, 59 Schmatz, Ardus--59, 167, 189, 203 Schmltz, Ava---188, 189, 207 Schoene, Carol- -52, 169 Schotleld, Mary-104 Scholl, Juamta-66, 175, 218, 228 Schott, Robert-54, 146 Schroeder, Allce-52 Schroeder, BcttyW35, 169, 200 Schultz, Glendon-154, 155 Schultz, Leonard-73, 131, 133, 149 Schumacher, Wulliam-52, 117, 119, 153, 219 Schwalb, Marian-73, 82, 177 Schwartz, Cecnl--52, 205 Schwartz, Eli-52 Schwartz, Mel-59, 113, 127, 153, 219 Schwerq, Mary Lounse-73, 173 Scott, Crawford-73, 161, 232 Scott, Marilyn-73, 185, 211 Scrrvner, Bob'-66 Segal, Elaine--73, 167, 173 Serdenberg, Lorranne-52, 168, 169, 203, 233, 237 Scutert, Marlon-66, 187, 197 Seller, Calvin-66 Shackelford, Virginia-66, 177 Shacklett. 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