University of Denver - Kynewisbok Yearbook (Denver, CO)

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A mammoih downiown parade sfarred +he campaign +o raise S2,000,000, +he firsf sfep in a SI5,000,000 goal. The parade was 'Followed by a banquei' and baslcefball game in 'lhe ci'ry audi- forium. The campaign workers were organized inio an army. The eniire ci+y was aware of i'l's Universiiy and iis expansion program. The cam- paign was climaxed by a viciory dinner ai' 'l'he Shirley. The goal of 52,000,000 had been reached. The universiiy of 'lhe 'fuiure is now-on iis way 'io becoming a realiry. l f E X in ,- fx . ,pw Wg U! ff I ,W ,r is rj Af Aff! W IXJ X: Ai- .:V 'r fy KR ' T qj. i LJ I ' x E-I-f W ,.,..., 7 , xg ., ,- V5 'XXV K..,.fL. E -STAFF- Editor-in-Chief ..... Virginia Lock Assistant Editor . . .Charlotte DeHarport Photographic Editor .... Edward Maker Art Editor ...... . Lorraine Durkop Copy Editor . . . . Dorothy Kindig Business Manager .... Jane Bradfield Organization Editor . Mary Jo McCauley Commerce ....... Rita Jones X vw V 1. ,,.. ,V N, , C. 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L kg! , MXIV W ,A I F ' ..N.,,f1,, ,Q Q 33 ,Af-D 'n V . -'L 0-if 1 MSM Lam Nm L Ufgma. ga u, QM VNV off f f .117 N W- ff- 'R fn: V 1'-V Jw rw ,-b,fQ'?fY1vQ w+SfmLthfQvu,,uiL, EJ Q, Ml mwairgqu my 8 T-TCTLD ON TO YOUR HATS, D. U. IS EXPANDING. Quigg NewTon, Jr., backs up Chancellor Caleb Safes while he breaks ground Tor The new buildings "You Can'noT Have A GREAT CITY WiThouT a GreaT UNIVERSITY." In i864 a Colorado Seminary was founded by Gov- ernor John Evans. IT consisTed oT Three TaculTy members and The enrollmenT oT 30 sTudenTs. AT The same Time The populaTion of Denver had noT passed The 3,500 mark and The sTaTe of Colorado had noT been admiTTed inTo The Union. i880 marks The sTarT of a permanenT ciTy and while wealThy mine owners were building magniTicenT man- sions, an educaTional sysTem or proiecT in Torm of a UniversiTy oT Denver was incorporaTed Trom' The old Colorado Seminary aT FourTeenTh and Arapahoe, and inauguraTed inTo The enlarged and improved Arapahoe sTreeT building. EnrollmenT sTood aT 90 sTudenTs. UniversiTy of Denver's enrollmenT in l928 reached The ToTal of 3,524 sTudenTs. This same year The Margery Reed Hall was complefed, and The popuIaTion oT Denver hiT The high of 280,000 persons. The year l93I broughT The lasT permanenT building To The campus of The UniversiTy. And Denver was be- coming a ciTy of prominence. -Today Denver is a meTropoIiTan ciTy of 375,000 persons. IT is The TwenTy-TourTh largesT ciTy in The UniTed STaTes. The UniversiTy of Denver's enrollmenT has hiT a new high of 9,000 sTudenTs and 650 faculTy members. BuT while The UniversiTy shows an enlargemenT of sTudenTs and TacuITy The TacT remains ThaT The permanenT housing TaciliTies have noT been enlarged To meeT The demand. The UniversiTy is carrying on iTs Tremendous responsibili- Ties and serving an enormously increased enrollmenT oT sTudenTs in Temporary Trame buildings, old hoTels and salvaged garages. The chief hope Tor Denver To grow in- dusTriaIly in Time of peaceis To have in iTs midsT a greaT universiTy. A universiTy sTaTTed wiTh Trained Technicians and scienTisTs, and equipped wiTh modern laboraTories Tor research. 4 i 19"- 'x 'i ., , ly . 1 , fl!! rv , f My Tsfwe.. , .n.., Ginger had a iolly fime wiih all 'the goggled eye Paralreeis and Phi Eps. The pepsiers furned ou+ wilh placards io greei her af ihe wee hour of 7:00 A. M. SIC The Universi'I'y of Denver's IS, million dollar expansion program, under ihe direciion of Frank H. Riclceison, Jr., indicafes 'thai' many changes will 'rake place on bolh 'ihe Universily Parlc and Civic Cenler campuses. Included in ihe vas'I' developmenf proieci will be nine- 'leen new and permanenf buildings 'lo be erecfed on bofh campuses. The plan forsees a seven-fold increase in ihe Universify's physical planl and equipment When com- plefed, Denver Universiiy will be able +o comforfaloly accommoclaie an enrollmenl of l2,5O0 siudenis. Preliminary plans call for 'rhe expendiiure of' seven million dollars on fhe Civic Cenfer campus and eighi million on 'lhe Universify Park campus. The area of 'lhe Universify Park will be enlarged fo include I85 acres, bounded by Buchiel Blvd., Howard Ave., Souih High S+., and Universi'I'y Blvd. Included in 'lhe plans for +l1e Universiiy Parlc campus are a liberal arfs building, science building, college of engineering, a field house and gymnasium, an adminis- 'lrafion building, a men's and a women's dormifory, a new siudeni union and cafeieria, a religious acfivifies building, and an infirmary and clinic. X0 Kfiiff A ' , 'A 2 q M, ssQLs.i4lf74f 'EE'i?'-if-HEP' '5 .1 A xxx 5 The crowd liked 'rhese balloons, imporfed for fhe occasion from Macy's, Fiffh Avenue, New Yorli J L N ss iz rs .M-5-ksfywa 5 ux'visIxCxN "C" .s if ' ws nvnuc GKFUFURU The Lincoln Roomlai' lhe Shirley was ihe scene of ihe numerous ' banquels and lu ncheons. Te malce room for newer buildings, Old Main will be lorn down as well as fhe preseni S+uden+ Union build- ing and 'lhe presenl' gymnasium. Mary Reed library, lhe science hall, and 'lhe chapel will be remodeled lo conform wi+h fhe landscaping and archifeclure. The preseni sile of Pioneer Village will become a grassy paiio. The business and residenlial area along Evans from Uni- versify fo Souih High will be complefely absorbed by ihei Universify Parlc campus. The Iliff School of Theology building, which is noi a perl of 'Phe Universify, will be unchanged. Down+own ai' fhe Civic Cenier Campus 'lhe bloclc bounded by l4fh and l5ih Sis., Cleveland and Courf ., 1-warn ws 5 Secreiary of War Palierson lceynole speaker al lhe kickoff dinner wifh P. Hoyi of Denver Pos? fame. Place will be complelely lalcen over by fhe Universi+y, and a series of conneciing buildings will be erecfed. These buildings include a College of Business Adminis- fralion building, College of Law building, A Fine Arfs school. a library, a men's and a-womenls dormifory, Sfudeni' dining hall, a new Union, a gymnasium, and an audiiorium fo housefhe Universiiy i'hea'I'er, assembly and radio 'lelevision sfudios. The presenl Bizad building will be used 'lo provide adminisfralion and o+her office buildings. The preseni annex and adioining commercial buildings will be used as lfemporary dormifories for bo+h women and men s+u- denfs of 'lhe Civic Cenler Campus. A. ' 1' 5, l Y 1... ls r I . Q.. ,,. ,CN fl C533 "T -NI.. ,H , . , ,gc QQ N, 3 . "U "?JJIfi 1 ,' W -g3.,y,, -Q 9, , '-,gg-r,gfA..gN..,,, eff, ,- vi" ,, QC, lk' . N, r fhe big kiclu-off dinner fhe D. U. quinfel' played Wyoming in a Virginia Mayo go, pinned by ,the SAFS. Sai, in mg me vidory dinner and gave ,he shades, speech fund raising game al 'lhe Cify Audiiorium 'Q Ginger Robers gels a royal welcome al' 'rhe sfaiion. The Brass Band was sem' our lo greei fhis cin EXPANSIO The Universiiy of Denver ser aside rhe weeks befween January 26 and February I0 in order 'fo raise 'l'wo million dollars +o linance' priorify building including a girls' dormifory and a mammorh Civic Cenier classroom- building, capable of serving 2,800 siudenis an hour. Sfudenfs of ihe Universiiy also shared in 'lhe expansion program when rhey pledged Sl00,000 fo fhe ex ansion program. The pledged fund will be derived mainl: from fhe assessmenf of S2 per s'l'uden'l' which was vo'I'eJ on in The general eleciion lasi' year. The I947 campaign s+ar'l'ed wirh 'rhe proclaiming of January 26 as Universi+y of Denver Day. The Day was celebrared wifh a mammofh parade -lhrough +he Denver downfown area. And if was climaxed wirh rhe appear- ance of Ginger Rogers, acfress, when she made a per- sonal appeal 'io all 'io suppori' 'Phe expansion program on February 4 and 5. The parade progressed down lbfh Sfreei V P ' e-,e-.T -s , T 1, ' A - - V 1 I 1 ff' T - l, , D, ,T 1 I "-4 Q' I 'lag 1 1' 'Zfatfw , X jf' X we XQJT5 W' i sw. 11. 4ff eme Queen Lambda Chis gei dressed for ihe occasion. 5 ' r .. ,a-.pafagalv - fri "f. x 5, --. - 'i,,f-,Mao H' .. X , - 4. . my , I ,v l'.L EI' Q 1 P ,ifrragf rises li g .amass , A All organizaiions cooperaied in makinq fhe parade a success X '5 12 You Can ot Have a Great City Franlt H. Ricltetson, Jr., is the chairman ot the ex- pansion drive. Working with him are President of the Board ot Trustees Quigg Newton, Jr., and Chancellor Caleb F. Gates. These men have set as their University ot Denver goals tour objectives. I. A liberal education tor all students to the end that they may live tuller, more useful and more gracious lives, and may better shoulder the duties ot responsible tree citizenship. 2. Through professional and technical education to meet the demands of industry, commerce, government Virginia Mayo was another Hollywood celebrity to, appear at the Expansion dinners. She gave . 1 ,. i 4 Without a Great University and to supply agencies ot culture and public service with competent personnel equipped with understanding not our complex and dynamic industrial society. ' 3. Continuing educational service tor adults that they jnay more ettectively carry on their occupations, turther enrich their personal lives, and better understand our domestic and world problems. 4. Scholarly research to enhance the productive ca- pacities ot the city and region, to widen the horizons ot scientific knowledge, and to deepen the understanding ot human values. - ' 3OlRALr'H CJINN. C 5 l 10-1 ,vit h m. added impetus to the Victory celebration f .. . --.Ax , ..-. --.-,- H - - - -- EXPANSION Field House and Gym . 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V X iff? ..f"F V .. :aa,.,"' Af' r' 5 -, RW' QV i 24 INN EE EO NAC PG xow l .ff Q 12' 1 ". 5? Qi? ' . 'p.,'gj,5 Q- 'M ' x X A hancellor Lf. Col. Caleb F. Safes, refurned fo his peacefime posifion as Chancellor, has successfully direcfed fhe Universify of Denver fhrough -fhe greafesf year of ifs hisfory. Wifh an enrollmenf of 9,000 sfudenfs, many of fhem veferans, and an increased faculfy and adminis- frafive sfaff, fhe size of his faslc has more fhan doubled. To meef fhe need of flie Universify for necessary new buildings fhe Chancellor led a highly successful drive for a 52,000,000 building fund, cornersfone of fhe long- range Expansion Program which will make fhe Universify of Denver one of fhe nafion's greafesf universifies. Chancellor Gafes is a man of many abilifies: educa- for, linguisf, sfudefnf, civic leader. As a sfudenf af Prince- fon Universify, he played foofball againsf fhe famous Four Horsemen, fwice won in fhe Penn relays, and was capfain of fhe Princefon fraclr feam. Now, as Chancellor. his chief re-laxafions are -horseback riding and mounfai-n climbing. He has a keen inferesf in afhlefics and falces pride in fhe Universify's afhlefic program. Wifh a ready smile and pleasanf good humor Chan- cellor Gafes guides fhe course of all Universify acfivifies. He is fhe hub of a wheel of many spolces. 3 The A.V.C.'s are charfered and launched. Relumg ana' 9 'K. " ' A tain: l The pioneer splrll A Chancellor: worlnng day IS nol' limi-led 'lo iho fradilional eighi hours: if siarls early and ends la'l'e. A fypical day will include 'lhe welcoming of a visiiing educalor or public official, a conference wi'l'h Universily fruslees, addresses before civic organizafions, fallcs wifh s'I'uden'ls, a meefing wifh faculfy or adminisfralors, a discussion of plans for The Expansion Program, and a mul+i+ude of lesser aclminisfrafive dufies, Evenings, loo are iaken up wifh leclures, commiifee meeiings, and fund-raising banquefs. Bur fhe Chancellor manages if all wifh an infeclious charm. If is all in a day's work for Chancellor Gales. 4 ,I ' 5 If ll " cle- 455 ""9'Pw .49 in 74:2 -Q .V I , , .f Y- s .f - 4-, .- . 'Q '4' J -if ' ,L-rngigf , ., 1' s' 'C:",M-"'- ' ', . .. f' - r ' -V-fm-7-'f'7'+ . lu- y' 2: if I l 4-.17-Tl,- J'-1 . '- I ri-'H' 41 ,, at ' - 7.1-fig? f 2-535-'.g ' "" 9,T'.',l ,s '.' 25.3. f-nf 'V ' - fit' 75133251--fl 5 15 :1 . ' Caleb Gales inspecling fha "Flying Faculi'y." 2 A , 'ill' 'L Wx" X?" Dean Bell is always ready wirh a smile and a helping hand. Dean Bell wifh fhe dormiiory council. X 11' Few people slop 'lo realize The myriad responsibililies ihaf resl' upon lhe capable shoulders of Dean Gladys C. Bell. The vas+ scope of her acfivifies include adminisrra- lion of housing of all wome-n siudenfs, individual and group counseling, all official Universify en+er'I'ainmen+, and supervision of ihe Shuler Loan Fund. She also assumes scheduling of all social and regular meelings of organiza+ions on campus, lcepl' in ihe form of a Universiiy "Dale Book." A five-ring circus could noi' compare in complexiry fo ihe variefies of business ihai' chain her io her desk for hours from early fo laie. She is an ex-olificio member of Facully Adviser of fhe Women's Siudenf Council, Panhellenic Council, Morlar Board, Menrors, Dormi'I'ory Council, and +he Board of Governors. She also serves as chairman of fhe commiffees for Lanfern Nighr, May Day, and Sfudenl' Eligibilify. E Exfending her inferesis furiher, Miss Bell finds +ime io malce worlhy conrribufions 'lo fhe various nafional organizafions of which she is a member. She is nafional presidenl' of Alpha Lambda Delia and has membership in Kappa Delia Pi, Morfar Board, as well as several associafions of adminis+ra+ive educa- 'l'ion. Thus appraising 'lhe leadership and coniribufions of Dean Bell, il' is readily seen 'lhal she has every qualificarion demanded by an exhausfing and oflen fhanlcless iob. A I 4 1 - l x tr,-L., si . Y Dean Allen is head of the Collegenat Arts and Science ' comes to him. ,H- A Dean A ?x?i.1!-It .-:,hF.,J' fi, Y g - , .f a5:..f,:5-'fi'-.M A I 'gfx gilji ' ' V 'KX f' f" ' -i, G : n aq. is Z j A, -' A -vfffff-wwf? A ,-- HL. fw l. 1, ,H 'Mft' T' V, W- g ' M' - '-H ,, ,gay pr: 'gf 5 +-,1 K -n 'fl fm r -4 . na iQ1?,gg..'.:efT1i""-- ,,fv-ffl?'9 1 ' '1 1- ' .asa-:5,3si:.g.43.pe'f:t LT-5715127 f ' ' 7"'f. P A 'f "'-B----4:::TL?Ti'12iifi-E-?.".:f-V.,"1 s and anything concerning the school l. , , V , --VJ., '- M Dean Price is not only Dean of th C ll e o ego of Business Administration but also of Law School. 32 1 r iluf' ' ' " V . V Q 1' - af , Y . A1352 ' 'IA V - SQ 1, i -ldv-. q ! 4 . V . D K d f th C II f E ' ' . eau nu son 0 e D ezen: slidnegmizgng Dean of me 'est 'tubes Dean Nelson. The Graduate Counsellor Dean Dean McCqy. Night schedules is his problem. V .--- , ,,J . :., - -. x - Y , V -, , 1 Dean QQ' ... All student problems come to Dean Feder. Dean Wlllson took over a difficult job as acting head of Administration. 'W Dean Wyer handles all problcrns connected with Library School. The School of Commerce is locaied in 'lhe heari' of fha cify's com- mercial disfricf. Dr. Olsen, professor of Economics, is lznown for his inferesfing and valuable lecfures. Bu iness Administration For many years, 'lhe School of Business Adminislra- lion, ofherwise known as fhe "Bizads," were locaied af The downfown division al' 20'lh and Glenarm Place. Al' ihis locaiion 'lhe school operafed for many years. ln fad, since i'I's incepfion, if was a'l' ihaf very spol' ihal' 'lhe founders s1'ar'I'ed 'I'he firsi nighf classes, much fo ihe disapprovemenl' of fhe Deans a+ Universily Park Campus. "I+ will noi' pay off," commenfed 'lhe men of aulhoriry. Bu+ opfimism reigned, and 'lhe school was s'l'ar+ed. From a handful of sludenls, fhe nighl' classes became so crowded 'lhal' il' was necessary io begin morning ses- sions. The aflendance grew larger every year, un'l'il finally ihe realizafion of profiis from fhis seciion of 'lhe Universi'l'y was higher 'lhan any olher college. Commer- ceiles proved 'Phe 'Facl' +ha'l' 'lhe downfown campus was a necessily, and 'l'ha+ 'lhere were enough sl'uden+s inler- esled in lhis phase of lhe college educaiion +o warranl' a permaneni School of'Commerce. From 'ihai "old build- ing" came some of 'lhe preseni' mosi' promineni' Denver businessmen, civic leaders, and Universify builders. In The summer of l945, 'lhe Glenarm Slreel build- ing was sold, and if was necessary for 'Phe adminislraiion lo find a new buildinq, for lhe downlown campus. 2ll I5+hvSl'ree+ liecame 'ihe new building locaiion, and ii was 'lhere fhal' all classes, including 'lhe Universiiy College nighl school classes were held. The basemenf of fha building served as ihe Sludenl' Union 'For Bizads and was approprialely chris'l'ened 'lhe "Pioneer Pit" Bu? again 'lhe growing need for a commercial educaiion overpow- ered lhe facililies al' large, and if was necessary 'lo ex- lend lhe building fo an annex direcily across 'lhe slreel. This was done during fhe winfer quarler of I946, and in 'ihe spring, fhe Secrefarial Science Depar'lmen+s moved 'lo 'l'he new Commerce Annex. The upsiairs, formerly lhe men's dorm, now serves as facully oifices. .vw ,f,,.,.,.-.egg-. M ,e 3' My Mr Bourlre is a friend and counsellor as well as a brillianl classes in an Held, of businen ,,,e.f,ugh1- he'-9, professor of English ai- fha School of Commerce. f Q. X, fe ' .5 I,-fi, J, , , iii: l L4 Y ., f --. 3.01 s - ' . , z I- A ' V ,L , 1 l ..,-' Qi - ,ff B- .I -: 4 1, ' ', . 1-V "'g:'1,-..,.' yn: 'Q' ,1 5 .. , .. . ., nu, ,..::.'1' , , Q ,ef -f' - , -' 1-' - wfzz.. A Q ' - f ,A ff.- -. Professor Bourke's English classes are siud en+s. always overflowing wifh "'ii '1':-3-1 4 V . f MN .K I tx, , sy' .f. -. -O ra. F. , ,,' I X. 'ni . F' , if N ' , The "Pi'l"' also became inadequaie 'io supply ihe needs of 1'he increasing enrollmen'I', and 'lhe blood donor's cen- 'ler, one-half a bloclr away from 'lhe Commerce build- ing on I5'I'h S'lree'I', was renfed and renovaied 'For Com- merce sfudenls. This new building, +he Commerce "Siu- deni' U," has 'l'wo floors, equipped wiih new and modern furnilure, and a soda founlain. Boolhs and a niclrelodeon were inrialled fo add pleasures fo +he idle minuies be- fween classes. On fhe second floor, a Commerce Com- mission and Clarion oFfice is furnished, where all records and commission meeiings are held. This was a welcomed addi'I'ion fo 'lhe Commerce sei'-up. And in 'Phe fu'I'ure comes 'I'he dreams and hopes of every presenl' Bizad. The new plans show 'Phe enfire block from Cleveland Place fo Couri' Place on l5'I'h 'lo l4+h. A new women's dormifory and a S'luden'l' Union will be 'l'he iirsi improvemenfs, and from ihen on 'Phe expansion will be well under way. From 'I'ha+ firsf fhoughf of a College of Commerce 'io 'I'he presenf day, fhe downfown campus has held fhe fradiiio-n of being fhe mosi profifable baby of lhe Universify family, and 'lhe proof of 'lhe si+ua'I'ion is in fhe qrowih of +he enrollmenf and lhe number of successful qraduaies in 'I'he business world. From 'l'he mosl' nofed professors in 'l'he business 'Field comes lhe educa- 'lion for a decree in Bachelor of Science in Commerce, Associare Bachelor of Commerce, and many ofhers. If 'Phe fufure is as brighr as i+s pasi. 'lhe College of Com- merce will ranlc 'liirsr among commercial colleges in +he Uni'I'ed Siafes. J , -,, Dr. Puclreif, professor of Educafion gives valuable aid fo fufure business men and insfrucfors. Fundamenlals of color, line. and composilion are -laugh? in School of rt ln l888 lhe 'lirsl' classes in ari were given buf il' wasn'1' un'l'il l929 fha? lhese classes were incorporaled info a Deparlmenf of Ari. ln January, I946, a'nol'her expansion program developed 'lihe School of Arl of ihe College of Ar'l's and Sciences. Now 'lhe school olTers courses al bolh Civic Cenler and Universi'l'y Park campuses. The School of Ari has been developed fo meel 'lhe needs of several 'l'ypes of sludenfs. The program offers basic prepara'l'ion as well as lechnical and pro'Fessio:nal fraining for 'lhose who desire io enler lhe fields of adverfising design, inlerjor design, painling, and ar'l' educa'l'ion. Every insfrucfor in fhe school is a crealive arlisl' and a specialisl' in his own field. The School oFFers lwo degrees. They are Bachelor of Fine Arls and Bachelor of Arls. Sl'uden'l's who wish io make arl' 'lheir profession should work loward lhe degree of Bachelor of Fine Arls. Those who wish a knowledge of arl' as, an avocalion or perl of Their general cullural background will fulfill 'lhe requiremenfs for lhe Bachelor of Arls degree. The Ari School olifers scholarships fo deserving and falenled sludenfs. 'lhe freshman arf classes. 36 Sfudenfs gain praclical experience by drawings of aclual buildings. Architecture and Planning The School of Archilecfure and Planning was esfab- lished on Seplember I, I946. ll is a new school, and if is lhe 'firsi' school in lhe Rocky Mouniain Wesl fo offer a Bacl1elor's Degree in Archileclure and Planning. The school prepares 'lhe sludenf 'for professional worl: in all phases of building and cily planning. His iraining will cover problems of individual building design, cily build- ing, public worlrs, planning, and large scale developmenfs. Sludies in 'lhe School of Archileclure and Planning are closely coordinafed wilh ihose in 'lhe School of Ari, lhe College of Business Adminisfralion, and fhe College of Engineering. The sludenl' will receive lhe degree of Bachelor of Archilecfure and Planning aliier he has compleled live years' worlr. Drawings are calculaled down fo fhe sixfeenfh of an inch. 'eve ' S l Mr. Schmidf, a feacher af Lamonf, helps lo frain the fufure Met sfars. The Lamonl' School of Music was founded in l924. ln l94I fhe school became an infegral pari' of 'lhe College of Arfs and Sciences. The school is under lhe immedi- afe direciion of Florence Lamonl' Hinman who was ifs founder. K All courses in Applied Music are laugh? al' lhe Lamonl' School building which is locafed al' 909 Gran? Sheet General academic subiecls and ofher courses in Music are 'l'augh+ af Civic Cenfer Campus and ai' Universiiy Park Campus. The school is equipped wifh libraries, sfudios, and facililies for s+uden'l' recifals, concerls, and dramaiic pro- ducfions. These performances are given fhroughouf fhe year and are much in demand af local luncheon clubs, banquei' groups, and conceris. l l 0 Mun The teaching of piano occupies a large share of 'l'he school curricula. QQ, Voice recordings are made fo poinl' oul' errors in lechnique. School of Dr. Bell, 'lhe head of fhe Drama Deparimenf, has furnod ouf excelleni producfions as well as Broadway malarial. The enrollmenl- in fhe School of ihe Thea'l're has in- creased 'lo +wo hundred +his year from only a small hand- 'full 'l'wo years ago. A 'lwenfy-five percenr increase is expecled for nexf year. E The school is now placing ils a'H'en'l'ion on 'lhe lyric. fheafre which is a combinarion of drama, music, and dance. H' is siriving 'For a more professional 'lype of school which rrains sludenfs 'lo go direclly inlo 'lhe pro- fession. the Theater The school hopes lo enlarge lhe s'la'Ff wilh people who have professional careers. Thai' is, -leachers coming from 'lheafrical cenlers such as Broadway and Hollywood. The aim of lhe school is 'lo have a professional lhearre downfown and a non-professional lhealre on campus. This would 'lake care of lhose who wanl a definile career on fhe sfage and 'lhose who do not Nexl year lhe school is going lo produce a musical which will be wriH'en compleiely by drama sfudenfs. The Drama Deparfmenf incorporafed in fheir crowded schedule such classics as "Twel'f'lh Night" 39 School of Speech The chief co'n'lribu'l'ion of lhe School of Speech is lhe rela'l'ion of speech lo personalily. From lhis speech program Basic Communicalions evolved. Of greai' im- poriance also is lhe Speech Palhology course which is l'he correcfion of defecfs in chilrden's speech. The Speech deparimenl' has grown' sleadily unlil now il' has 'lwenfy-five insfrucfors on a full-'lime siaff: also liffy gradua'l'e sl'uden'l's are worlcing for lheir Mas'l'er's degree. ln 'l'he pasl' six'l'een years ihe School of Speech has developed nalionally. The school new ra'l'es fourfh largesl in fhe counlry in graduafe worlc for leaching, radio, speech correclion, and business work. During 'lhe summer lhe deparfmenl' sponsors a sum- mer lab group. This group is lalzen from juniors and seniors in High School for radio, debale, and drama fraining. Perhaps one of lhe mos'l significanl even'l's of lhe year for lhe school is fhe speech conference. This year 'lhe conference broughl' over seven hundred people from all over 'l'l1e counlry 'io 'lake par? in il. The school in 'lhe fulure hopes 'lo develop new melh- ods of speech commu-nicalions and also 'lo help learning and leaching melhods 'lo become more effeclive. ' .--- ws?-..?,a:. 4 6 V . 5,3 The S eech Conference, a highlighi of ihe year, draws sludenfs of colleges and P high schools from all paris of 'lhe Unilecl Siales. I Dr. Elwood Murray. direclor of the School of Speech is known 'lhroughouf lhe Unifed Sfaies for his work on --phonelics and oiher speech difliculfias. Speech Q l ' Q ,iii .- Iinic The Hill Young Speech Clinic is well-known for iis oul's'l'anding worlr in helping children and adulis correci speech defecfs. The organiza+ion's services are available le everyone in 'ihe 'Rocky Mouniain area. The clinic is a pari' of 'lhe Deparimeni of Speech and offers fraining and experience 'io siudenls who Wish 'io specialize in speech correciion. The school has a special home which is localecl near ihe campus for children under 'I'rea'l'menl'. Financial aid is given by 'ihe siaie io children wilh defeciive speech who oiherwise would noi' be able 'l'o receive needed speech correcfion. Dr. Edna Hill Young heads lhe clinical siafi. Her worlc has received special assisfance by granls from lhe Rockefeller and Field Foundafions. Special speech problems are the main work of the clinic. use gg Dr. Clark and her staff in conference The children keep up to date on rheir studies. Education This year fhere is a fhirfy per cenf increase i'n fhe School of Educafion over lasf year. And another fhirfy per ceni' increase is expected for next year. ln fhe lasl' fhree or four months fhere has been a greater fendency for sfuclenfs fo go info teaching 'lhan ever before. The School of Educafion is direcfly responsible for the professional courses which are required for a Colo- rado Sfafe Cerfificafe. This amounts to fhirly quarter hours. The rest of 'lhe sfuden'l"s training is a funcfion of 'lhe College of Arfs and Sciences as a whole rather fhan 'I'l1a'I' of The School of Educafion, - Dr. A. K. Loomis is in charge of the expanding This is 'lhe second year of a program for under- graduafe sfudenfs in feaching. This program consisfs of u'ndergradua'l'e sfudenfs ac'l'ing as assisfanls to teachers in Denver public schools. This precedes regular sfuclenl' feaching. ' ' There are two professional frafernifies in 'lhe School of Educafion. Kappa Delia Pi which is for bofh men and women and Pi Kappa Delia for men only. Education Depa rtment. Physical training as well as mental training is a "must" for all education students. A ff'- k 9 -o L, I? A .. Seniors in the field of Education are given their classes in the Denver Public Schools. 42' Hotel and Restaurant Management The School of Hotel and Restaurant Management is very closely' associated with both the College ot Busi- ness Administration and the College ot Arts and Sciences. Although its headquarters are on University Parlc Campus certain phrases of the program are coordi- nated with protessional iraining downtown. Leading hotels ot the region, inns, restaurants, and resorts sponsor the program. Students have access to their facilities, and during the summer months students are urged to gain practical experience by working tor these participating organizations. They are then paid according to the duties performed. The aim ot the school is to prepare each student 'as a specialist in this particular Held as well as give him a broad liberal education. The school has only been in elifect tor a year but has already gained wide popularity. 'Ly -s. Mechanical drawing is one ofthe required courses. l ' xt Courses in meat butchering prove invaluable to the Chefs of Tomorrow. ll Russell Kramer, the head Chef of the School of Hotel and Restaurant Management. Sanitation is a must in the kitchen. 7 l 0 1 . S Q C I a I r k Discussing social problems of ioday. The School of Social Work was eslablished by fhe Universiiy of Denver in l93I afler len years of prepara- lory planning by 'lhe Denver Chapler of The American Associalion of Social Workers. Wilhin lwo years lhe Deparlmeni qualified for membership in The American Associafion of Schools of Social Work. From fhe begin- ning il' has been on a graduale basis. The Direclor of lhe School is Miss Florence W. Hulsinpillar. iln addi+ion ofher 'Full-lime classroomvfacully are: Mrs. Jean Sinnock, Miss Doroihea Spellman, and Mr. James Kern. . Social Work requires 'bofh social mafurily and an exfensive background of liberal aris educafion wifh a foundaiion oflknowledge in 'lhe social sciences and psychology. The fields of work presenled in ihe school are: Public Welfare and Family Social Work, Child Wel- fare, Psychiairic Social Work, Group Work, Communiiy Organizarion and Adminisfraiion. Typical social problems are mimeo- graphed and are available fo all siudenfs Research is discussed. Sfudenfs and feachers gaiher logeiher for a conference Dicfaiion is ihe order of ihe day. 44 . Dr. Ben Cherringlon, head of fha Social Science Foundaiion, is Known ihroughoui' ihe world for his work in Educaiion. Social Science Foundation The Social Science Founcla'I'io'n sponsors 1-he Depar'l'- meni' of Infernafional Relaiions bul 'lhe program of fhe Foundaiion is correlafecl wiih +ha+ of oiher Universiiy uniis. Hs courses afford siuclenfs 'lhe opponiunijty fo become informed on social, indusfrial, and infer-naiional programs. The Social Science Foundaiion 'frequenily brings disiinguished visifors +o fhe Universily for assembly lec- lures and 'For meefings wiih sluclenis and faculiy mem- bers. li' is fhe co-sponsor of 'I'he weekly series of radio broadcasfs called "Journey Behind fhe News." This program is pui' on in cooperafion wiih fha Rocky Moun- fain Radio Council. The foundafion also sponsors an annual sfafewide high school conference on infernaiional relafions. If mainiains i+s own iniernaiional relafions library which is locaied on Universify Parlr Campus. The services and 'facilifies of 'ihe deparimeni' are available 'io bofh The Social Science Foundaiion boasfs of ifs own modern, well-equipped library. graduaie and u'ndergraclua'l'e sfudenfs. l 45 These siudenfs see fha- "li9H"' on ihe mysferies of A.C. and D.C. , ' curreni of plugs and swifches. chool of Engineering The College of Engineering was esfablished in I9I9. Since 'ihai fime four-year courses in Elecirical and Chem- ical engineering have been offered. However, in I944 au'I'hori1a'l'ion was given io 'ihe school io granf degrees in Mechanical and Commercial engineering. The la'Her is a combinaion of engineering and business eclucaiion. This year a new curriculum in Civil Engineering was puf info eFFec'I'. Also in force now are graduafe programs in bo'l'h Chemical and Elecirical Engineering. The school has noi' only grown in number of courses offered buf also in siudeni' enrollmeni' and in siaff. ln 'ihe lasi' year and V , YW , , . , Engineers become acquainfed wifh technical equipment 46 a half ihe si'uclen'l' body has increased io i'l's preseni nine hundred and liffeen sfudenfs. The siaff is four 'limes i+s former size, and a fiffy-perceni' increase is pre- dicied for nexi year.' Engineering s'l'uden'ls have moved soufh of 'lhe campus io fhree 'new 'iemporary buildings. To 'ihese buildings much new equipmeni' is being added every day. However, 'ihe school hopes ihai' Hs permaneni buildings will be finished in fhree io five years. The siafi is now worlring wiih ihe Bureau of lndusfrial Research wi'I'h Ralph Conrad as direcior. Here ihey solve problems of small indus'l'ries who can'i' aFFord lo do iheir own research. . r 1 ' V This unpreienfious building houses the Law School. The School of Law has moved inio iheir new buf 'fem- porary buildings. Due 'lo an increase in enrollmeni ihe school is very crowded and sfill has 'io hold some classes in ihe College of Adhminisirafion. Ouf of ihe 252 studenis in lhe school only eighi are girls. The school worlcs 'under a six-year plan. The firsi' 'l'h,ree of fhese years are sponi' in 'ihe College of Aris and Sciences faking general pre-law subiecis. The las? ihree years are concenirafed law courses in 'iheir own buildings ai' Civic Cenfer Campus. The school has iheir own governing body and fra- iernifies. Dean Price is head of law school as well as The College of Business Adminisfrafion. si,-v School of Law P By sfudying fhe cases and rosulfs of ihe pasi, sfudonfs become beffer acquailrled 1 wifh fha similar problems of foday. ,,,, . i 47 l . w 'j'3j9 1'9"-TQG' If D.U. insfrucfors wifh represeniafives from Uniled and Coniinenfal Airlines. lflsil V M Q1-fA.'., .L R .,, i '. ..-u . 7 -1' 1-eff. ' 'Arm-f-', 15,1 'Nr 1331853 --V, - I Q ,ey X g, 2 '-a.Qi'lsL"e,1.. " if Doroihy Smiih wilh a Confinenfal represenlaiive. L----rr Max Houfchens of fhe "Flying Faculty." As head of lhe Air School, Mr. McLaughlin keeps fhings running smoolhly. Olher Air Cenier courses offer lraining in airporl' or airline managemenl, and qualify graduales for careers in a wide assorlmenl' of lields, including lralific, cargo, operafions, mainlenance, and airline hosless worlc. A+ presenl, sfudenls inleresied in airline hosless work -follow an Airline-Airpori' Managemenl' curriculum which con- 'lains basic hosless fraining. Upon complelion of 'lheir course lhey lhen receive specialized lraining from +l1e airline which employs ihem. Air Cenler plans are now being arranged 'For a 'l'wo-year hosless fraining program, carrying wilh if +he Associafe Degree of Business Adminis- iraiion for salisfaclory complelion of lhe curriculum. - 1 Avialion lraining wiih college credil' is now offered by ihe Universify of Denver Air Cenfer. In coopera+ion wiih Slry Ranch, a privale airporl iusl' easl' of Denver, a variely of courses has been arranged lo qualify young men and women for bolh flighl' and ground careers in America's rapidly growing avialion induslry. ln mosl' in- slances complelion of any of lhe several curriculum re- quires four years of sludy, or ils equivaleul in an accel- eraied schedule. An exlensive flying program-meeling lhe requiremenls of bolh lhe Civil Aeronaufics Au'l'hori'l'y and fhe nalion's airlines-prepares sfudenls for employ- menl' as commercial pilols. IQ Z ng, :V 17 J- -..,,..:,,. H ,,-. . ' r f ' - .-,-,,,-f.fl,.,,L,s. as,- L5 llLI.M!l.Yi1w' ' Librar r School SSR, A sludenl' chars wilh her counselor The School of Library 'was eslablished in Seplember, l93l. The school was made possible by a granl from lhe Carnegie Corporalion of New York. The purpose of lhe school is lo give professional preparalion 'for librarian- ship, a 'form of special 'lraining lhal' is nol' offered by any olher school in 'lhe Rocky Mounlain region. The curricu- lum consisfs of a one year course and is on a graduale basis. ln order 'lo gain admillance a person musl have four years of college lraining and a degree. The school offers lhe degree of Bachelor of Science in Library Sci- ence. The Denver Public Schools recognize ihis degree, given for lhe fiflh academic year, as lhe equivalenl' of a Mas'ler's degree in promolions and salary advances. The school is now loca'l'ed al l'he College of Business Adminislralion and is 'fully equipped wilh ils own library 'iacili'l'ies. V T-X . Fufure librarians gain praciical experience in this modern well-equipped library. Graduate School - The Graduale School's enrollmenl' is 'lwice 'lhe size of lasl' year's wi'l'h 'iive hundred sl'uden'ls. The maiorily of 'lhese s'l'uclenls are working for lheir Masl'er's degree in. social work, educalion, speech, and business adminis- l'ra'l'ion al' 'lhe School of Commerce. Mr. Johnson, graduale sfudenhvis doing research on the mysferies of planl lissues. The school places emphasis on research in coordina- 'lion wi'l'h various bureaus. Then 'lhe educalion deparl- men'l' inl'erprel's lhe informalion. The Graduafe School is conducfing s'ludy proiecis for lhe Army Quarlermasfer Corps, Cosmic Rays, 'lhe Nalional Opinion Research Cenier, Navy Respirafory Sfimulales al' High Alliludes, and lhe use of lracer ele- men'l's in Cancer. ' Governm nr Center The deparfmenl' was founded Sepfember, l938, under a granf by 'lhe Alfred P. Sloan Foundafion. If provided for fraining of fen graduafe fellowship sfudenfs. Af fhaf 'lime fhe Universify began awarding fhe Masfer of Science degree in Governmenf Managemenf. The canclidafes have fo make applicafion fo fhe Denver Universify Deparfmenf of Governmenl' Managemenf and are rafed on fheir undergraduafe academic record a'nd fhe personal qualifies of characfer, leadership, and social responsibilify. They spend nine monfhs in residence work. For fhree monfhs during fhe summer sfudenfs are assigned specific field proiecfs requiring 'lhe apprasial of a uni'l' of government Resulfs of fhe survey are formu- lafed in a reporf 'which consfifuies fhe fhesis requiremenf. While on assignmenf sfudenfs are visifed periodically by faculfy members who guide and direcf fheir proiecf. The Government Center Library is modem and up-fo-date. 50 During fhe nine years fhaf 'l'he program has been in operafion assignmenfs have been complefed in eighfeen sfafes. Af fhe end of fhis field assignmenf 'lhe sfudenfs refurn fo Denver where fhey aflend a number of seminars dealing wifh fhe problem confronfed during 'ihe field sfudy. Expenses for fravel fo afnd from fhe field work are paid by fhe Deparfmenf of Governmenf Manage- menf. The deparfmenf offers a fwelve-monfh graduafe program designed fo frain sfudenfs for posifions of responsibilify in organizafions engaged in fhe evaluafion of governmenfal adminisfrafive policies. The course is open fo bofh men and women. - --...QT I - Ur l GZ V 11-1 Home Economics Journalism ' Z I ,in ':.g- N if ,A ' ' 2 V Tix 2,-Ji 1.3 ' . ' . 25:2 , VV' . ws WHAT they 52 Departments department. Chemistry Psychology 1 I This surf of thing can drive men ma Geology UM! ht discover? 1 epartments Ba ic B 4 :J I' ET I A-1 W , I: 6. Zoology w-Q.. The D'Amour-Britain experimenh on the respirafory system are now being conducted. Communications .V V E3 E 5 if pf . I 1 , .. JE, , . ' - ff! 511' 1 E1 ..l,fs4 1?i"i1-N31 - wllill 95. whiny.-, W. u!P:'uiTi",:1LI R23 " , llEik"l9E 2 , M.I.w,-.,.,,1"f' ',."SZ,4 , '?'T"51'lB .gf vcf MEL. ' 'gg ' ' ' :gg -W ' 1 .1I"'.:,1',A7 " 'A 'W l ,1:, . . gr-1 -., . f ,- W I I 45 - Q 9 '! , 1. R,x rx 79' Mr. Young. Instructor and counsellor ln the Physical Education Department. Dr. Link. Authority on social problem!- Facult Dr. Sampson. Friend and advisor of all. Supply and demand are no problem for Professor Primus. Blood solves the mysteries of Bio-Chemistry and Plvysiology Dr. Luebke, Leader of the English Department. Dr. Humiston. Well-liked instructor in the Physical Education Department. Dr. Davidson. Teacher and authority on the Classics Mr. Parker. Sports, are his problem. Dr. May is well-versed on the economic problems of the world today. a- ss Dr. Carey. Teacher of hislorical evenrs. Facult Y M Dr. Crain. Aufherilv on Geography. Dr. Engle. Genial Professor fer Qhe Chemistry Deparhnenr. Dr. Asfahl. Pioneer in modern education. Dr. Camps, Professor of Modern Languages, chats with a friend. C, Uv: 1 , 1 ,vf ' Dr. Miller efficiently heads the Psychology Department w .-..... .. .. sf ,X -I i n s--x Dr. Carmichael, Director of Business and Social Research, at work. Busy st work in the Government Center. W r i 'V l Colbert Cushing Dr. Breternitz. A popular professor in the Education Department. 57 lnterschool Council Berl' Harriman, Tom Pease, Richard Harvey, Jaclr Fosfer, Pai Daley, Leo Ford, Palsy Mulligan, Al Serafin and Bob Paul. The biggesl "wheel" in 'lhe U. of D. domain, 'lhe lnler-School Council, heads up all mailers concerning 'l'he whole sl'uden'l body, which means lhe job of coordinaling all lhe Schools and Colleges inlo a successful working uni'l' is 'l'heirs. The UPC and CCC presidenls preside, assisled by represenlafives from each campus, and each School. , , ,l l The UPC Women's S'l'uden'l' Council advises and supervises all social func- lions of The campus coeds, as well as acling as 'lhe execufive body for A. W. S. The group includes all sororily presidenls, l'he lnler-School Council represenlalive lfeminine, lhal' isl and lhe prexies of all 'lhe large women's organizalions on campus. The officers of A. W. S. preside over lhe Council. Women's Student Council The final word on mailers perlain- ing 'lo commerce coeds resls wifh lhe Women's Sludenl' Council on Civic Cen'l'er campus. Besides lhe presidenl, vice-presidenl, secrelary and lreasurer, 'l'he group includes 'lhe Phi Chi Thela, Rodney Curlis Hall and Phi Gamma Nu prexies, Alpha Lambda Della and lnier-School Council represenlalives, vice-presi- denl' and secrelar of 'l'he Bizad slu- den'l' body, and The heads of Corn- merce Men'l'ors and Paralceels. , Sealed: Pai Carney, Eleanor Lowdermillr, Befly Lou Junlrer. 58 ' Sfandingz Bebe Sloan, Harrier Gallagher, Peggy Smith, Mariorie Kirk, Clara Lohn and Sue Tornow. Campus Commission y Leo Ford, Al Serafin, Doro+hy Sweei, Mariorie Wifherspoon, Bob Abney, Jael: Fosier, Don Rezzar, lrene Pedicino and Bob Paul. ' -. 'J l . - ' ,A B3 . . : C 2 li W ' - . l . ' , uwxz,-.:" , ' Q A ,fl -' A . Z.. ., , - i - -of" . e v . v . N 5 . , 1 V f ' 4 Leo Ford. Presidenf of Universily Perl: Campus. The Campus Commission is composed of an impres- sive-loolcing Iisf of Universiiy Park eliie, including ihe siudeni' body officers, class prexies, graduaie manager, A.W.S. president social chairman, ln+er-School Council represeniafives, Engineering School presideni and repre- sen'l'a'I'ive. The Commission handles fhe U.P.C. elecfions. This year ihey boughi' ihe loudspeakers which 'iiclcle slu- den'l's' ears every morning af 'l'en o'cloclc. Commerce Commission Fronf row: Sue Tornow, Dave Lyons, Beify Lou Junlrer, Hal Dickey. Juanifa Nichols. Beck row: Chuck Miller, Mike Mifchell, Bari Harriman, Al Serafin and Colberi' Cushing. ' ' ,,','1'f,'4.. ' ' i , l Governing body of fhe College of Business Adminisfraiion and counferparf of fhe Campus Commission, +he Commerce Commission is composed of fhe Bizad siudenl' body officers, 'lhe Inier-School Council and Clarion represenia- fives, and-under 'l'he new consfifufion passed in April-'ihe presidenis of 'I'he Schools of Law, Librarianshi , Archiieciure, Hofel and Resiaurani' Man- agemenf, and downfown Ari School. Berl' Harriman, Presidonf of thc. Sghogl of Business Adminisirafion. Junior Officers Franltie Pafferson, secrefary: Gladys PoH'er, lreasurerg Hope l'lans- com, vice-president Don Rezzar, president llllllllill Y l Three clown and one lo go, 'lhe Juniors prepared +o assume i- L. i The responsilaililies of fhe now-gradualecl Seniors. Familiar E M, Wilh campus roulines and needs, The "3-year-olds" awaif W- A wiih anxie+y fheir final year. "' 1 X...-. :Ili if I 52: 'm f g is , l u 6 , " Y .L ' i ...sq X :i f ' V V1 . -.., 'sax '-11' ill l f Jim VanDerloon 'lreasurer Nelda McMann secrefary: Edifh Bean, i . fi tr '- s l viee-presidenih Clarence Hyer: president 60 "' H Senior Officers I :I l Phyllis Barr, secrefary: Bo'b Beverly, presiclenh Dixie Lee Hoffman, vice-presiclenh Barbara Rifchie, freasurer. Four years of finals, regis+rai'ion lines, fral' dances, home- -comings, and bull sessions in 'rhe Sfu, and now, D. U. has rurned ouf anoiher crop of "finished produc1's." The Sen- iors can well be proud of lheir Alma Maier. . W ,A if in iff , " ,T lj!! 14-fffgf ii' V' H - gk- , ., . 'E , . :ir- ff V fu. 4' " Sue Tornow, secrerary: Chuclr Miller, presidenf: Bea Lawson, vice- preaidsnf and freasurer: Lee Dale not prosonf. bl Freshman Qfficers 9 I il Q f .1 f W, ,. ,,-.g"J..gi: if -,,.,k::-'1.:g.iA A, lj ' g ' t A ' 1" .f'.','.-LiL'. 1, 1, ' r -'ff , f-2 L 1 l i .i,e:g.i..1e.',::L.4L .1 -ez ,. ,wg . .1 , Q. K, W ,ii ri, 4,, f :ri . S ,- , Jlick Mlll9l'. socrefaryg Ray Heffler, president Lorrie Carfer, vice- prosidani: Harold Cooper, frees Tradifionally green, 'lhe largesf Freshman class fo ever enroll al' 'lhe Universify of Denver arrived amid much con- fusion-wearing green "dicks," picking a maior field of s'l'udy, and 'fear of Kangaroo couris. I Sophomore Officers i A Qi E:-3:-QE? I 'g M I' gif' g A ' L4 A, J 1 r s if D i U , x Sy! , i 1- r .lf ., ll by ' s ' Jack Reed, freasurer: Nadine Jamieson, secretary: Gwen Weyl, vice- HXX president Bob Abney, president U Already acquiring fha? "college look," eager Sophs be- H decked ihemselves in cliriy saddles, cords, ancl sloppy Joes. 'Ai 6 ln befwen social and aflmleiic funcfions ihey managed lo W 6 absorb fhe necessary amouni' of knowledge. l 'ai' 2 y 1 I 4 L , K' A W ff Dolberf Jenson, presidenh 'Mary Frances Ewing, vice-president Dorofhy Wa'Hs, secrohury: Jack Gunfher, froasuror. 63 X 'Y A' x Q X -66 'P FLORENCE ABEL Denver, Arts, Theta Plil Alpha, Dsubefs, Delta Phi belts, Newman Club, Pros- rzeten Club, V. A. A., enters. 45 MARY AIKINS Denver: Arts, Theta Phi Alpha, Daubers, Newman Club, Parakeets, Mentors. NORMAN ALVERSON Denver: Arts, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Phi Beta Sigma, Pi Delta Theta. RUBY ANDERSON Denver: Arts, Kappa Delta, Dormitory Council, Pioneer Wings, Women's Student Council fCommerceJ. JAM E5 AD AMS Denver: Arts. .wie-'f-if --'- if-' ' -r MARJORIE ANN ALCORN Adale, Iowa: Arts, Inde- pendent Women. JANET AMILON Denver: Arts, Gamma Phi Beta, El Club Espanol, In- ternational Relations, Pi- oneer Ski Club, Prospeetors Club. Q THEODORE ARCHULETA Longmont: Arts, Pi Kappa Alpha, EI Club Espanol, ln- ternational Relations, Phi Epsilon Phi, Pioneer Wings. IOSEMAIY AGNES Gardner, Colorado: ANI. 'fheta PM Alpha, Colllei Vetonns, Isotopes, Newmln Club, Pioneer Ski Club, lee Slutlng Club. GLADYS ALSTON Denver, Arts, Duette, Men- ,DPL JACLYN ANDERSON Denver: Arts, Sigma Kap- pa, Alpha Sigma Chi, Iota Sigma Pi, Isotopes, Man- tors, Pioneer Ski Club, Prospectors Club. 1 1 ELIZABETH ARGUYS Denverg Arts, Independent, Canterbury Club, Independ- ent Women. .f I ILLA MAI ARMSTRONG Denver: Business Adminis- tration, Phi Chl Theta. VIRGINIA BAILES Denver: Arts, Independent. uu- LA MORE EILEEN ASMUS Denver: Ants, Kappa Delta, Dpuliers, El Club hpanol, Mentors, Pioneer Ski Club, Three H Clwb. W,A.A. BARBARA ANN BALDRIDGE Denver: Arts, Independent, Prospectors, Dormitory Council, Student Social Committee, Pioneer VIHIQS. f ii JOHN BARNES Denver: Arts, Independent, Bible Research, Indepen- dent Men, Phi Epsilon Phi lArtsJ, S. C. A. 'Cabinet Artsl, Omicron Delta Sigma. is' JOSEPH BAYARD Denver: Business Adminis tration, Kappa Sigma, Col- lege Veterans lCommerceI. PHYLLIS BARR Pocatello, Idaho: Arts, Kap- pa Delta, Alpha Lambda Delta, Secretary of Senior Class, Alpha Sigma Chi, Dormitory Council, Iso- topes, Parakeets, Pi Delta Theta. MARY JANE BEAGHLER Denver: Arts, Delta Gamma. ,.. ROBEQIT AUSYIN Denver: Business Adnlnlss lution, Alpha Kappa Pnl, Phi Epsilon Phi Wom- mural. I R JANET BANE Denver: Arts: Pi Beta Phi, Isotopes, Pioneer Prome- naders. P? HELEN BASSELL Denver: Arts, Duette Treas- urer, Secretary Mentors, Pi Delta Theta, Independ- ent Association. JOHN BEATON Denver: Business Adminis tration, Pi Kappa Alpha. DARLEEN BECKER Le Man, lmug Business Admlnlstntion, PM Gamma Nu Treasurer, A. I. C. E. lColnmeseel, Al In Lambda Della Ylee-Presrdenl, Luth- eran Student Association, Mentors. Women's Student Council. 1 JUDY BERSHAW Denver, Arts, Sigma Kappa President, A. W. S. Public- itv Chairman, Canterbury Club, Chorus, Clarion Co- ed Journalist IPresidentJ Mentors, Kynewisbok, Pan- hellenic Council, Parakeets, Student Advisory Board, Women's Student Council, Assembly Committees, Board of Publications, Who's Who. BERNIECE BLACK Denver: Arts, College Vet- erans, Independent Women. W. REECE BOLLS Denver, Arts. CLAY IIRG gynverg Arts, Beta Theta I ROBERT GENE BEVERLY Steamboat Springs, Colo- rado: Engineering, A. l. C. E., Senior Class Presi- dent, Campus Commission, "D" Club, Delta Chi, Meth- odist Student Foundation, Omicron Delta Kappa, Phi Beta Sigma, Phi Lambda Upsilon, Pi Delta Theta, Pioneer Ski Club. DONA BLANC!-IARD Denver: Arts, Alpha Kappa Alpha, Canterbury Club, Kappa Delta Pi, S. C. M. MARVIN BERGII. Denver: lusiness Adminis- tration, Independent. 7 l L- T' BEVERLY ADAMS BIDWELL Busi- ness Alpha Phi Gamma BRUNNHILDE BOHMER Denver: Arts, Alpha Xi Delta, Alpha Sigma Chi, Canterbury Club, Iota Sig- ma Pi, Isotopes. ARTHUR LEO BONGER Denver: Pre-Law, Kappa Sigma. LAWRENCE BOOKER Denver, Arts, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, College Veterans, Drama Club, Phi Epsilon Phi, Pioneer Promenaders, Prospcctors Club. Q Lg: U 2 4 m X W 'x ,, - ,, , A N 1. 15 ITANLIY IDULIII Chicago, llllnols' Arts, sum Am. swim, ui- tortratornlty Counell, lui tononool Council, llynewls- bolt, D look lditor Omi- zron Delta Kappa, Student Advise? lend, Llnlnnlty Mun ron. loan! ot Pob- llcotllli. Editor Clarion. N JANET BRAZILE Denver, Arts, Pi Beta Phi, Alpha Lambda Delta, Chris- tian Science Club, Daubers, Kappa Delta Pi, Mentors, Ez gamma Mu, Prospector: u . GARY BRIBER Denver: Business Adminis- tration Si ma Al ha E si- I 9 P P lon, Prospectors Club. AL CELIA BROWN Denver: Arts, Kappa Delta, Isotopes, Psi Chi President. JAMES IRADSHII Denver: lulnn Adminis- tration. LEOTA BRENTLINGER Cheyenne Wells, Arts, Dor- mitory Council, Mentors, International Relations, Methodist Student Founda- tion, Pi Delta Theta. MARY ELLEN BRICKER Arvada: Business Adminis- tration, Beta Gamma Sig lili- PHYLLIS BUCKLEY Georgetown: Arts, Kappa Delta, Alpha Lambda Delta. Alpha Sigma Pi, Mentors, Newman Club, Pi Delta Theta, Women's Student Council, American Chem- ical Society. ANN IIASFIILD Denver: Arts, Gamma Phi Beta, Mentors, Panholllnlc Council, hrakuts. BEATRICE BREWSTER Denver, Arts, Sigma Alpha Iota. JOHN BROGAN Idaho City, Idaho: Business Administration, Sigma AI- pha Epsilon, Newman Club, Phi Epsilon Phi President, Student, Advisory Board, Board of Publications. DRVILLE BUCKMAN Denver, Business Adminis- tration, Pi Kappa Alpha. ,YA W ,, X, . . . 1 W V,-, H-.J W l ALICE SDE BUNCI Denver, Arts. YVONNE BURNS Fort Lyons, Arts, Delta Gamma, Chorus, Dormitor Council, EI Club Espanog Mentors, Prospoetors. LOIS CARLSON Denver, Arts, American Veterans Committee, Plo- neer Ski Club. EILEEN CARROLL Denver: Arts, Alpha XI Delta, International Rela- tions, Isotopes, Mentors, Orchestra, Pl Gamma Mu, Pioneer Skl Club, R. A. C., 3-H Club, W. A. A. EDWARD IURCH Darwen luslnlsl Adminis- tration Kappa Sigma. Col- lege lfstorsns. L ELAINE BURROUGHS Denver, Arts, Sigma Kappa Chorus, Isotopes, Mentors: Methodist Student Founda- tion. JEAN CAROTHERS Denver, Arts. MARIA CASAGRANDA Denver: Arts, Delta Phi Delta, A. W. S., Executive Council, Daubers, El Club Espanol, Independent Wom- en's President, Isotopes, Mentors, Mortar Board, Newman Club, 3-H Club, Womon's Student Council, Who's Who. IETSY WICMAM Dan ' Arts Kappa A Thottr' cllliliblz Cm Isotopes, W. A. . HELEN LOUISE BUSH Grand Junction: Arts, Pl Beta Phi, A. W. S. Treas- urer, Dnrmitory Council President, EI Club Espanol, Mentors, Ploneer Ski Club, Women's Student Council, Prospectors, Chancellor Cherrlngton's Advisory Council. JUNE CAROTHERS Leoti, Kansas: Arts, Alpha XI Delta, Canterbury Club, International Relations, Pioneer Skl Club. I H GERALD CAVANAIJGH Denver, Arts, Chl Psi, Phl Epsilon Phl, Plonoer Skl Club. ,T 'lr K. r y wj j , . , ...ff IAIBAIA CMARNEY Denvef: Alto, Delta PM Epsilon, Durban, Delta PM Delta, Paralseeh. LOWELL CLARK Englewood, Colorado: Arts, Lambda Chi Alpha, Die Lustigen Deutschen, Phi Epsilon Phi, Tau Kappa Alpha, Cham-:eIlor's Advis- ory Committee, Board of Publications, Clarion, Var- sity Debate Squad. ' , if ' lf' PHIL COLLINS Denver: Business Adminis- tration. MATTIE JEAN COOLBAUGH Borger, Texas: Arts, Alpha Xi Delta, Chorus, Daubers, Methodist Student Founda- tion, Cabinet and Board Representative at S. C. A., Ice Skating Club. JOHN CIIRISMEI Denver: Law. CATHERINE COLE Glenwood Springs, Colo- rado: Arts, Delta Zeta, Daubers, Mentors. BESSIE TAYLOR CONNER Seattle, Washington: Arts, W. A. A., Debate Team, D. P. A. Production: West Washington College ot Ed- ucation. ALFRED EDDY COONS Denver: Business Adminis- tration, Alpha Kappa Psi. E TEST HERMAN CRIISTOFFEIS Denver: luslnns Adlnlnls- trltllll . f 51 A-v, PATRICIA COLLINS Denver: Arts, Kappa Delta, Canterbury Club, Clarion News Editor, Coed Journal- ists, El Club Espanol, Inter- national Relations, Kyne- wisbok, Mentors, Student Directory, Space, Pioneer Ski Club. PATRICIA CONNORS Caledonia, Mlchlgan: Busi- ness Administration, Kappa Delta, Secretary A. W. S., Mentors, Newman Club, Women's Student Council, Prospecton, Pioneer Wings. LA MOYNE RUTH COWAN Denver: Arts, Independent Women, Isotopes. ELLA MARIE CREW! Denver' Arts, ll Ida Phi, 1 5 cm. naman. :f:r:uL':'cs..a. fm LUCILLE IRENE DANZ Denver: Arts, Alpha Xi Delta, American Veteran Committee, Coed Journal-g ists, Prospectors Club, Women's Mentors 1Com- mercej, Cheer Leader, "D" Book Editor. ui wnaunrok nan. Ablle , Tenn: lualnan Adlnlxatratlon, Delta Sly- ma Pl. Commons Senior Clan Tnawm. MAXINE DAVIDSON Topeka, Kansas: Arts, Gam- ma Phi Beta, Clarion, El Club Espanol, Mentors, Newman Club. E7 '17 FLD MAE DAVIS CHARLOTTE DE HARPORT Deliver: APN. MPM Gam- Denver: Arts, Alpha Gam- ma Delta, Daubers, El Club ma Delta, Alpha Lambda Espanol, Pioneer Ski Club, Delta, Alpha Sigma Chi, Prospectors, Women's Men- Isotopes, Kynewisbok, Pi. TMS- oneer Ski -Club, W. A. A. lf' EARL DEN BESTE Crawford, Coforadog Arts, Lambda Chi Alpha, Omi- cron Delta Sigma, President Sophomore Class, Campus Commission, Die Lustigen Deutschen, Methodist Stu- dent Foundation, Phi Easl- Ion Phl, S. C. A., Student Advisory Board. EMILE PAUL DESSERICH Denver: Business Adminis- tration, Kappa Sigma. ROBERT LYLE DALLY Marine: Lambda Chl Alpha, Tau Kappa Alpha. .lu l. l , l HELEN LOUISE DAVIES Denver: Arts, Bible Re- search, Independent Wom- en, Methodist Student Foundation, S. C. A. HAROLD FRANK DELANDER Denver: Arts, Lambda Chl Alpha A. L. Chl E., Delta Chi, lntertraternity Coun- ell, American Chemlcal So- ciety. 77" ' C' 1 AL BARBARA J. DICKERSON Denver: Business Adminis- tration, Women's Mentors fCommercel. . if wx w xv' ' 1 w .' . .. X-11--' Q-QA 11.1 HAROLD OICKEY Helly Buslness Ad- muden Delta Slime Pl, Clarion fCellmeree ll- torl, Seplnemen Treasurer, Commerce Commlsslon, Greek Connell Intertratef- salty Council, dmlevon Oelta Kappa, Phi Epsilon Phl. MARGARET ELAINE DRESCHER Greeley, Arts., Delta Gam- ma, Zeta Phl Eta. BETTY JEAN DUGDALE Denver, Arts, Sigma Kappa, Daubers, Newman Club, Pioneer Skl Club, W. A. A. ALBERT ECKERDT Denver, Business Admlnls tratlon, Alpha Kappa Psi. SYLVIA BERTHA DIEDIICNS Denver: Arts, Zeta PIII ln, El cm. hnnl. Independ- ent Women, Lutheran Club, Plone!! SH Club, PDI!!!- ton, W. A. A. MARIAN JUNE DUERR Denver, Arts, Sigma Alpha Iota, A Cappella Chorus. LILLIAN MARIE OUROCHER Denver, Arts, Daubers, In- dependent Women, Pioneer Ski Club, Rilling Athletic Club, W. A. A., Women's Mentors. ROBERT EDMISTON lgfnverg Arts, Beta XThela WILLIAM THEODORE DINCMAN Denver, Arts. LOWELL OUFFNER Denver, Business Adminis- tration, Delta Sigma Pi, Phl Epsilon Phi. CHARLOTTE ELIZABETH DUSTEROICK Denver: Arts, Alpha Sigma Chi, Bible Research, Inde- pendent Women, Iota Slg- ma Pi, Isoto-pos, Lutheran Club, W. A. A. JOHN EPPERSON Denver, Business Adminis- tration, College Veterans CCommerceJ. v- , 1 . in L4 M, JOHN MADISON IXUM an -A omg N mf'i'i:. af'6mlmn'nun Sigma. GEORGE N. FEBINGER Denver, Arts. LU ELLA MAE FLANIGAN Denver, Arts, Delta Sigma Theta. WALTER FORD Denver, Arts, Delta Chi, Mu Beta Kappa, Phi Epsilon Phi, Phi Sigma. MILES RICHARD FAIRCHILD Napmu, lndlanag Arts, Dau , Plonaor Slml Club, Skating Club. AL F. JOSEPHINE FINN Englewood, Arts, Alpha Gamma Delta, School Vice- President 1946, Clarion, Die Lustigen Deutschen, El Club Espanol, Isotopes, Mentors, Panhellenic Coun- cil Jr. l944, W. A. A., Student Union Plans, Cheer Leader 1944-5-6. HARRY FLEENOR Denver, Arts, D. U. Men's Press Club. I, ,L j - 4 if 5,-f if V 7 ' ' 14' 'N V573 z VALERIA TIMBLE Fonek Denver: Arts, Drama Club, National Collegiate Players, Zeta Phi Eta. a LOU lil E. FAYRAN Denver' Arts, Sl El Ka pa upon immbda Ln., fm! run, llotopn, Pl Delta Theta, Pioneer Wines. BETTY MAE FLAKS Denver, Business Adminis- tration, Phi Sigma, Inde- pendent Women. LEO FORD Denver: Arts, Kappa Sigma, "D" Club, Interfratermty Council, Phi Beta Sigma, Phi Epsilon Phi, Prospec- tors Club, Omicron Delta Kappa. FOY FOSTER Denver, Business Adminis- tration. I 1 N . J , JACK FOSTER Denver: Engineering, Kap- pa Sigma, A. I. E. ., A. I. C. E., Board et Governors, Campus Commission, "D" Club, Dem Chl, Intuschool Council, Omleron Delta Keppe, Pl Delta Tlnete, President Pioneer Wings. l W 1 1 I INEZ FRASER Santa Fe, New Mex.: Arts, Alpha Xi Delta, Canterbury Club, International Rela- tions, Mentors, Pioneer Ski Club. :- 'ra fx 1.5 .. ' 4- 'F 4 'ff BARBARA FULLER Salida: Arts, Gamma Phi Beta, Canterbury Club, Daubers, Drama Club. MARY GEORGAS Denver: Arts, Alpha Lamb- ' T 'tl are H. be -1 '17, , Y, 7 PATRICIA FOX Denver, Business Adminis- tutlon, Alpha Genuine Delta, Pioneer Ski Club, W. A.. A., Mentors. MARGIE FREDERICK Denver: Arts, Independent Women. HELEN GARRETT Denver, Business Adminis- tration, Sigma Kappa, Al- pha Lambda Delta, Coed Journalists, Pioneer Ski Club, Mentors. ROBERT GIFFORD Denver, Business Adminis- da Delta. El Club Espanol, tration, Kappa Sigma, "D" Independent Women, ln- Club. ternational Relations. ,,,J ROBERT tlANCIS De : E lnecring - :enigma I. I. f.,K::i ,suse rin. I 1 JOHN FULLER Denyerp Business Adminis- tration, Sigma Phi Epsilon. WALTER HENRY GATES Denver: Business Adminis- tration. ., we f , 2 ' , "-1 f f" ' Ti gl I ,Q X V , - . RALPH GILCHRIST Denver, Arts, Beta Theta Phi. X - 1 JEROME GINSBERG Denver, luslnux Adminis- tration, Phi Sigma Delta. EMILY GIRAULT Denver, Arts, Pl Beta Phi, Clirlstlan Science Club, Treasurer Sophomore Class, International Relations, Kappa Delta Pi Mentors, Mortar Board, Panhellenic Council, Pl Delta Theta, Pi Gamma Nu, W. A. A., Womon'x Student Council, Who's Wm. u HARVEY MELVIN GOLDBERG Denver, Engineering, Tau Epsilon Phi, A. I. E. E. w DOLORES GREENWELL Denver, Arts, Pioneer Ski Club. Jn a-nr BETTY GREIG Denver, Arts, Sigma Kappa, El Club Espanol, lnterschool Council, Panhellenic Coun- cil, S. C. A. DONALD GOOD Denver, Arts, Theta Chi, Kappa Delta Pi, Phi Beta Sigma, Pioneer Promenad- ers. MARTHA GREGORY Denver, Arts, Delta Zeta, El Club Espanol, Three H Club. ff' CARL HENRY ' GUNTHER JR. Denver, Business Adminis- tration, Delta Sigma Pi. ,gg I FRANK JAMES GLASGOW Denver, Business Adminis- nation. ei . wg. 7"-'. X A iii JOE RAYMOND GOODEN Denver, Arts, Bible Re- search, Tau Kappa Alpha. BETH GRENFELL Denver, Arts, Sigma Kappa, Chorus, Kappa Delta Pi, Mentors, Methodist Student Foundation, Prospectors. HAROLD JOHN HADDOCK Denver, Business Adminis- tration, Independent Men. ,i V i , , W 2 JEANET1' HAIGEI Denver: Arts, Kappa Delta, Deuben. Lutheran Club, Three ll Club. MARGARET HALEY LOUIS HAGINER Denvef: Alta, Lambda Chi Alpha. RAYMOND HAMILTON Denver: Arts. Kappa Delta, Ringling, Oklahoma: Busi- EGWMHN Club. Zeta Phi ness Administration. 8. E. KEITH HARMON Salina, Kansas: Business Administration, Independ- en . i 1 ' f . L 1 , WILLIAM HENRY HARRIS Denver: Business Adminis- tration, Sigma Chi. give. BURTON HARRIMAN Denver: Business Adminis- tration, College Veterans, Commerce Commission. JOHN MARTIN HASSTEDT Denver: Engineering, Beta Theta Pi, A. I. Ch. E., Pi Delta Theta, Pioneer Prom- enaders, Prospectors Club. MILDIED HAHN Memphis, Tennessee: Am, S. C. A. Cabinet. BEVERLY HARDT Rocky Ford: Arts, Delta Phi Delta, Daubers, Iso- topes, Mentors, Three H gulg, W. A. A., Prospector: u . RAYMOND B. HARRIS Denver: Arts, Pi Kappa AI- pha, A Cappella. ,I CAROL HATHAWAY Denver: Am, KBPP3 Delta. Zeta Phi Eta, Drama Club EI Club Espanol, Mentors Panhellenic Council Sr. Three H Club, Women's Student Council, Prospec- tors. 'HYLLIS RUTH MAIY ELLEN NAUSEI LEEON IIAYDEN HAI-IVTNAN Denver: Arts. Demre-rg luslnsss Alleluia- henver: Arts, Dnlzren tration, Alpha KIIII N- Delta Sigma, S. C. A. ICsb- lnet, Arhl. LOREN I. HAYS WALTER JOHN HEIDER MAXINE RALSON Denver: Arts, Kappa Sigma, DIIIVOUI Bllillllll Adllllflll- HENDERSON College Veterans, "D" Club, Irlflvlh I-lllll-148 CN NPIII, Denver: Arts, Blble Re- Phl eta Sigma. PM Evsllon Phl. search, Isotopes. LA VERNE HERBST Denver: Arts, Slgma Kap- ga, Alpha Slgma Chl, Iota lgma Pi, Isotopes, Ploneer Sld Club, Prospectors Club. ELINOR FRANCES HILL Denver: Arts, Sigma Kapra, Canterbury Club, EI Cub Espanol, International Re- lations, Kappa Delta Pl, Senior Panhellenlc, Pros- rectors Club, Sigma Ayaha ota, Women's Stu ent Counsll. CLARENCE V. HEYER Denver, Business Adminis- tration, Alpha Kappa Psi, Junior Class President, Colorado Soeiet of Engi- neers, Alpha Kappa Psi, Intertraternlty Council, Phi Epsilon Phl, Development Program, Advisory Commit- gee, President Alpha Kappa S- HELEN MARIE HISS F 1 BRUCE BARBEE HILL Denver: Business Adrnlnis tration, Phi Theta Kappa PRISCILLA B. HOEHLE Denver: Business Admlnls- Wlehlta, Kansas: Arte, Pl tration, Alpha Lam bda Delta. Gamma Mu. 1 1 , , ,- . 1, . 1 -Q DIXIE LIE HDFIMAN Deliver: Arts, Karr D ll Miha Illlna C .. lotus: Class Treasurer, Sealer Clan Vice-President Ion .'i'.."1' ..'1.'1"'3"S'." ."' ro a on on Senior Panhellzulo Council: Pualnoots, Prospectus. SYLVIA MAE HOUGHTON Denver: Arts, PI Beta Phi, Alpha Sigma Chl, Kappa Delta Pl, Psi Chl. RUTH ANN HUGINS Denver: Business Adminis- tration, Sigma Kappa. WILMA ESTHEI NUI-MIS Denver: luslnou Adnllnls- tration, Alpha Ceann Della. Wemen's Mentors iCo1nnuercoJ, Clarion. CATHERINE LOUISE HOWLAND Denver: Arts, Pl Beta Phi, Kappa Delta PI, Prospectors Club, Women's Mentors. GERALDINE ANN HULL El Dorado, Kansas: Arts, Methodist Student Founda- tion, Duottes, S. C. A. i CRARLINE LINDSLEY HOOVIK Denver: Alts, Delta Gem' az. Cantorhurh Cluhhsozl llpano Mentors, Three H Club. ' V 1 ROBERT PATRICK HUGHART Denver: Engineering, Beta Theta Pi, A. I. Ch. E., "D" Club, Delta Chl, Pioneer Ski Club, A. C. S. PATSY RUTH HUNTLEY Littleton: Arts, Sigma Al- pha Iota. -as - a- as-ac PAUL R, Wy JOYCE .IANOVICK J 5 A k 5 5 5, Denver: Arts, President of a:::sA?lnistr:il?:l2 Tata! E-32:n:g'otaFRi'I:I:l4E:parg' - s, s - ,Jura mega' P a an tapes, W. A. A., Womon's ' Mentors, Women's Student Council. --.1 T BARBARA JENSEN Greeley: Arts, Delta Gam- ma, A. W. S. Officer, Dor- mltery Council, Wemen's Student Council. ,- '1-v ggwAgp A, Jggggyg NILOESE B. JOHNSON VIRGINIA JOHNSON - DI r' Arts Metlhodl t Denver- Llbrary Dolls Zgzzrpi a',::,Q,, NJ:'y1:: Stuzvnt Foundation, S. Zeta, Chorus, l.' A. C., AIUII. pug., ' :al 131: Kappa Alpha, Iota W. A. A. a. JAMES A. JOLLY Denver, Business Adminis- tration, Alpha Kappa Psi sigma Nu, Pm Epsilon rhif MAX VINCENT JORDAN Denver, Arts, "D" Club. ELMER WALLACE KELLOGG Englewood: Business 'Ad- ministratlon, Delta 5l9"'3 Pi AVA JEAN JONES Blue Ridge, Georgia: Arts, Alpha Chl Omega, Canter- bury Club, Chorus, S. C. A. it lk fu PHYLLIS LOUISE JONES Denver: Arts, Gamma Phi Beta, Isotopes, Prospectors, Three H Club. BETTY LOU JUNKER Denver: Business Adminis- tration, Kappa Delta, Phi Gamma Nu, Alpha Lambda Delta, A. W. S. President, Board of Governors, Clari- on, Vice-President of Jun- ior Class, Coed Journalists, Commerce Commission, Greek Council, Mentors, Mortar Board, Parakeets, Women's Student Council, University Delegate Assem- bly, May Day Committee, .S ?Y1 . -, lu x 1 MARY ANN KELLOGG Golden: Arts, Sigma Kap- pa, Alpha Sigma Chi, Iota Sigma Pi, Isotopes, Pioneer Ski Club, W. A. A., Men- ors. ELIZABETH EVANS KAYE Grand Junction: Arts, Pl Beta Phi, Pioneer Ski Club, W. A. A. NORMA LOUISE KINDIG Denver: Arts, Kappa Delta, Alpha Sigma Chi, A. W. S., Christian Science Club President, Sophomore Class Treasurer, Iota Sigma Pi President, Isotopes, Men- tors, Parakeets, Pi Delta Theta. , ' DTI! J. KING Mllllollf R. KIRK MARY l. KIRK Denver' Arts, lots Theta Ulllfil Nlhflilli 5555009 9f"""i 5'9- Pl, "DA Club ble Lusti on Administration, Pnl Chi mana-ea, Pia :nun-1 gm, nun. rmuev., mmm, woman? Student Council. FREDERICK A. KLEIN Denver: Engineering, A. l. E. E., A. V. C. WENDY KOCEL Chicago, Illinois: Arts, EI Club Espanol, International Relations, S. C. A., W. A. A., Rod and Gun Club. JUNE L. KNAUSS Denver: Arts, Alpha Gam- ma Delta, Alpha Sigma Chi, Iota Sigma Pi, Isotopes, Mentors, Panhellenic Coun- cil, Parakeets, Prospectors, American Chemical Society. ELEANORE L. KNIGHT Denver: Arts, Sigma Kappa, El Club Espanol, Methodist Student Foundation, Three H Club, W. A. A., Prospec- tors. CONSTANCE P. KRABACHER Lakewood: Arts, Pi Beta Phi, Alpha Lambda Delta, Kappa Delta Pi, Pioneer Promenaders, Psi Chi. BON R. KU NSE PETER TSYOSHI Denver, Engineering, Lamb- KUSAKABE dl Chi Alpha, A. l. Ch. E., Seattle, Washington: .Arts, Delta Chi, American Chem- Delta Chi, Phi Beta Sigma, ical Society. Phi Epsilon Phi. 1 3: , -Q 1 9-av? " ' ini?" K , . JEAN E. KUNSE Denver, Arts, Sigma Kappa. AIKO M. KUWABARA Denver, Arts, Alpha Sigma Chi, Iota Sigma Pi, Iso- topes. AVIS I. LANNING Grand Junction: Arts, Delta Zeta. rt- EDWARD L. LESAR Pueblo, Arts, "D" Club, Newman Club. VIRGINIA LOCK Denver, Business Adminis- tration, Alpha Gamma Delta, Canterbury Club, Clarion, Coed Journalists, El Club Espanol, lnterschool Council, Kynevlisbok Edi- tor, Board of Publications, Assembly Committee. DON L. LOGAN Denver: Business Adminis- ffifloll. Sigma :Phi Epsilon. RUBY M. LAWSON Arvada, Business Adminis- tration, Phi Gamma Nu, Manton, Honor Committee, Senior Clan Vice-President. GERALDINE M. LEVY Denver, Business Adminis- tration. ,ffrs -:ri , X ' .1 l Q- L., , i fe' I 1 , ll' ' :H-. -K WARREN LOCKYEAR Denver, Engineering, Sigma lta Chi. A. I. E. E.. Pi De Theta, Sigma Pi Sigma. . ag. BARBARA JEAN LOOMIS Colorado Springs, Business Administration, Alpha Gamma Delta, A. W. S., Mentors, Mortar Board, S. C. A., Women's Student Council, Prospectors. 'I-'H -GT EDWARD LENMAN Denver: Arts, Beta Theta Pl. SHIRLEY LIPSON Denver, Arts, Zeta Phi Eta, Drama Club, National Col- legiate Players, D. U. Camp Shows. 'TN v -w-J ,, E L N , Xl. ,, ANNE LENORE LOEFFLER Denver, Arts, Pi Beta Phi Pioneer Ski Club, Prosper tors. ELIZABETH .G. LOW Simlai Arts, Sigma Alpha lota. 1 PIIYLLIS LDWDERMILK Donna: luntnou Adminis- trollon Sigma Kenna, A. W. J., Cod .louvna cts, Mentors, Womufs Student Council, Honor Commlttoe. MARY HOPE MacDONALD Denver: Arts, Alpha Xi Delta, Alpha Sigma Chi, Iota Sigma Phi, Isotopes, Phi Delta Theta, Sigma Phi Sigma, American Chemical Society. ROSALYN ANN MASTROIANNI Denver: Arts, Independent Women. DAVID MCGREEVY Denver, Arts, Beta Theta Pi, EI Club Espanol, Inter- national Relatlons, Newman Club, Pioneer Wings. EARL L. LYNNOCK Donn: Arts, Alpl 'gulerssmani .I ll, lflgllg , Pm spuuurnn. " JEAN MacNElLL Brush, Arts, Pi Beta Phi, Canterbury Club, Coed Journalists, Dormitory Council, Kappa Delta Pi, Senior Panhellenic, Wom- en's Mentors, Women's Stu- dent Council. AA ALICE S. MATSON Denver, Arts, Daubers, Newman Club, Pioneer Ski Club, Pioneer Promenaders, Three H Club. MARGARET McKENNY Denver, Arts, Pi Beta Phi, Senior Panhellenic, Para- keets, Prospectors, Mortar Board. JIM MACAI-USD Trinidad- Am I S . nu, "D" cm: lnzxvsgz. nity Council, Navman Club. EDWARD JOSEPH MAKER Chicago, Arts, Beta Theta Pi, Board ot Governors, Clarion iPhoto Editorj, Ky- newisbok iPhoto Editorl, Omicron Delta Kappa, Phi Epsilon Phi, Board of Pub- lications, Prospectors, Pub- lications Photographer. HOWARD SMITH MsCAULEN Denver, Business Adminis- tration. ROBERT MCMANAMAN Denver: Arts, Lambda Chi Alpha, Phi Evsilon Phi, Men's Press Club, Clarion. DOROTHY EUNICE MEEKER Britton. Oklahoma: lusl- ncas Administration, lod- noy Curtis tlall. HARRY MERRILL Denver: Business Adminis- tration, Alpha Kappa Psi, lnterfraternity Councll, Phi Epsilon Phi. BARBARA MILES Denver: Arts, Alpha Gam- ma Delta, Alpha Lambda Delta, Newman Club, Para- keets, Phi Sigma Iota. HAZEL MILLER Denver: Music, Alpha Gam- ma Delta, Sipma Alpha Iota, Womens Mentors lArtxJ. PEGGY MEL!!! Denver: Am, Pl Beta Phi, Manton, Mortar Board, Pioneer Promonaders. I. A. C., Tbroo H Club, W. A. A. MARIAN THERESA MEYER Denver: Business Adminis- tration, Rodney Curtis Hall. CHARLES WILLIAM MILLER Leadville: Business Admin- istration, Delta Sigma Pi, lnterschool Council, Presi- dent Senior Class, Com- merce Commission, Drama Club, Omicron Delta Kappa, Phl Epsilon Phi. 1 V GEORGE' MENDENNALL Denver: Business Adminis- tration. Alpha Kappa Psl. 1'-I CHRISTINE JANE MIDDLETON Denver: Arts, Bible Re- search, EI Club Espanol Phi Sigma Iota. 3 -2 EILEEN MILLER Denver: Arts, Zeta Phi Eta, El Club Espanol, Mentors, Parakeets Ploneer Slsl Club W. A. A: llospectors. I MICHAEL MITCHELL Denver: Business Adminis- tration, Commerce Com- mission Ex-Treasurer, Cap- tain D. U. Development MARGIE MONCKTON Denver: Arts, Theta Phi Alpha, Drama Club, New- man Club. KAY MORGAN Denver: Art , 5' K , A. w. s., in 2f.'I3..."1X5, W. A. A. NOBLE MORTON Denver, Business Adminis- tration, Alpha Kappa Psi. 1 "' 13. Qnfifi - 917' i , .1 w 1 PATRICIA MULLIGAN Denver: Arts, Pi Beta Phi, -A. W. S., Newman Club, W. A. A., Mentors lArtsJ. CATHERINE A. MURRAY Denver, Business Adminis- tration, Women's Mentors, Kappa Delta. BILL MORGAN Donvorg Arts, Sigma Alpha Epsilon. fr in LOUIS MOZER Denver: Business Adminis- tration, Phi Siama Delta. . 'P I 0- 47 e. . . - .-.2 " 1-:Y -1 . l uf , ix , 1,23 ELEANOR MUNTWYLER Denver: Arts, Theta Phi Aloha, EI Club Espanol, International Relations, Newman. isp- .-b - TED TETSUO NARAHARA Denver: Engineering, A. I. Ch. E., "D" Club, Inde- pendent Men. Y-I ,A ' A DORSEY MORROW Denver, lusinon Admlnls trltlon. 4436 i Kg'-X ERNEST MU EHLBAUER Denver, Business Adminis- tration. 'P' MAGGIE MURPHY Alliance, Nebraska: Theta Phi Alpha, Arts,, El Club Espanol, Mentors, Newman Club, Panhellenic Council Senior President, Parakeets, Student Advisory Board, Women's Student Council, Chairman WSSF Drive, Pros- pectors, Who's Who. 'Q fi: -3.6 Q , DORIS ELIZABETH NAUMAN Denver: Arts, Chorus, El Club Espanol, Phi Sigma Iota QPresidentJ, Sigma Kappa. ' f" F' . , . .. ni! , . 'fri . SDL JACOB NEMIROW Denver, Business Adminis- tration, Phi Sigma Delta. ,... GERALD MILBURN OTTO Denver, Arts, "D" Club, Phi Beta Sigma. JAMES PAGLIASOTTI Denver, Arts, "D" Club. .-.- ':-- ROBERT J. PAUL Denver: Arts, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Prospectors Club. an YP' DORIS NOBLE Denver, Arts. Alpha Xl Delta, Doubers, Drama Club, Methodist Student Foundation, Patakeots, S. C. A., Three tl Club, W. A. A., Mentors. fv- ,. J is l L... . -5 , LUANA CIUSE OSTRANDER Donrory Arts, lndaoendant Women, Isotopes, Method- lst Studont Foundation. l , .1 I' 7"A1 . bb is - w 'X GLENROSE WOOLWAY JUANITA OWEN OTTO Texarkana, Texas, Business Denver, Arts, Kappa Delta. Administration. EVA LOU PARIS Denver, Arts, Secretary of Drama Club. ' 1' 1' ,A 1' YVONNE BUNNY PEARSON Denver, Arts, Sigma Alpha Iota, Chorus, Clarion, Drama Club, National Collegiate Players Secretary-Treasurer. .- . I -93, ,xr HOMER LEWIS PARIS Denver, Arts, Drama Club National Collegiate Players: LSR, ' '-mr: 1.1 ', A . J f .3 l 'Q D M . y ,im r . - - . M. 1, ,Q . 5? . .vs -,gm - . u r? uid' L if Y 1-Til: 54. ,Y ., .wir-L. L 1 A . , ' 4 1 f . ffffw ' ' ' ,'u.z:.'. Q , ,Jr x I tg lf " ARLENE CLIFTON PEASE Denver, Arts. , fl - H Y-. V.. , r 1 IRIN! HOPE PIIMCINO Duww: Artis Kun onus, Dotta PM Delta, Secretory ot School. Coed Jourmllst, Campus Commission Doub- ors, ll Clolr Espanol, Mon- ton, Mortar loud. R. A. C., W. A. A., Women? Stu- dent Councll, Calendar and Csrtitlutlon Committee. LOIS PENNINGTON Denver: Arts, Independent Women. BARBARA JEAN PETERS Denver: Arts, Editor ot Space. SYBIL LORRAINE PIOR Denver: Arts, Zeta Phi Eta, Radio Guild, Theta Alpha Phi. HELEN IAY PENDLETON Donor: luslnoss Adminis- tration, Kappa Delta, Doub- on, Prospectus, Vlonrorvs Mentors tCouimon:cI. Ft- oneor Wings. NANCY E. PERKINS Englewood: Arts, Kappa Delta, Zeta Phi Eta, Chris- han. Science Club, Vice- President ot Drama Club, President of National Col- 2a?l:te Players, Pioneer Ski u . GERALD PETERS lgenverg Arts, Beta Theta I JAMES C. PORTERFIELD Kirtland, New Mexico: Arts, Independent Association, President ot Independent Association, University Recreation Council. WALTER ERNEST PENN Donvor: Business Adlllnis- trltion. 'S NICK PESUSICH Denver: Business Adminis- tration, Alpha Kappa Psi, College Veterans 1Com- rnercej. PATRICIA ELIZABETH PIMPL Denver: Arts, Kappa Delta Pi, Alpha Lambda Delta, Daubers, Vice-President ot Independent Women, Men- tors, Newman Club, W.A.A. I JAMES RICHARD POSTON Newport, Kentucky: Arts, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Man- ager ot Homecoming, Clari- on Cartoonist, Omicron Delta Kappa, Phi Epsilon Phi, Pioneer Promenaders. MARY AGNES POWELL Denver: Arts, Delta lots, CanterburFmClub, Durban. Isotopes, ' noer Ski Club, I. A. C., W. A. A. ALICE MAE PURCELL Denver: Arts, Delta Zeta, Isotopes, Methodist Foun- dation. ABE RAICH Pueblo: Arts, Phi Lambda Upsilon, Bible Research, Delta Chi. DORIS REED Haswellg Business Admin- istration, Phi Chi Theta. CALVIN ARTHUR POWERS Denver: luslnen Adminis- tration, Theta Chi, Inter- tntemlty Council. HAROLD PURDY Denver: Business Adminis- tration, Alpha Kappa Psi. " "aff 1 GALEN RARICK Denver: Arts, Lambda Chi Alpha, Chorus, Clarion, Dre Lustigen Deutschen, International Relations, ln- tersehool Council, Ornicron Delta Kappa, Phi Epsilon University Men's Press u . WARREN REED Denver: Arts, Sigma Alpha Ersilon, "D" Club, Phi Beta S gma. WILLIAM JOHN PIOCTOI Denver: Artl, "D" Club, Phi Beta Sigma. JAMES QUINN Denver: Arts, Delta Chi, Kynewisbok, Phi Epsilon Phi, Pi Delta Theta. JOY RAZATOS Denver, Arts, Daubers, W. A. A. ESTH ER FERN RHODES Denver: Arts, Delta Zeta, Die Lustigen Deutschen, El Club Espanol, International Relations, Prospectors, Women's Mentors, - Sigma Alpha Iota, Lament Sing- ers. rw,-+P l 1 . 1 OKEMA RAY RICHARDSON Staftordg Arts Pl Beta PM Chorus, Pioneer Ski Club: Duvet Club, S. C. A. PAT RILEY Denver: Arts, Pi Beta Phi, Newman Club, Prospectors Club. :ll jx A W ROBERT RIDDELL Denver, Arts, Pl Kappa Alpha. "D" Club, Inter- tntcrnlty Council, Phi Bet! Sigma. BARBARA RITCHIE Denver, Arts, Pi Beta Phi, Daubers, Isotopes, Pioneer Ski Club, Prospectors Club, Three H Club, W. A. A., Srhool Serial Committee, Kynewisbok Staff, Treas- urer Senior Class. KA! IIGGS Denver, Arts, Sigma Kappa, Methodist Student Founda- tion, llllllng Alhletl: Club, W. A. A., Wcrncrrs Mm- VON. ANTHONY ROMEO Denver, Arts. RALPH ROMINGER BETTY RORK ALVIN ROSS Denyerg Business. Adminis- Denver, Arts, Sigma Kappa, Denver, Arts, Alpha Kappa tration, Kappa Sigma, Phi Alpha Lambda Delta, Alpha Psi, Tau Kappa Alpha. Epsilon Phi. Sigma Chi, Iota Sigma, Parakeets. BESSIE ROSS fi" MARY ROTOLO Olathe: Arts, Chorus, La- Denver, Librarianship. mont Singers. CARL ROYER Denver: Arts, College Vet- erans, Independent Men, Mu Beta Kappa, Phi Epsilon Phi, Cheerleader. r 1 SEERIE RUSSELL Denver: Arts, Gamma Plll Beta, International Relu- tlons, Pioneer Ski Club. Prosnctors Club. 45 'Ut vw' VIVIENNE SAUNDERS FREDA GLADYS RUST Denver: Arts. S PAULINE SCHAIBLE Denver: Arts, 'Gamma Phi Denver, Arts, Alpha Xi Beta, Prospectors Club. CALVIN SCHEIDLER Denver: Business Adminis tration, Delta Sigma Pi, Phi Epsilon Phi. l Delta, Alpha Sigma Chi, Die Lustigen Deutschen, Isotopes. ELEANOR SCHEIRER Denver, Arts, Independent Women, Isotopes, Die Lus- tigen Deutschen. F81 V, . shes, I L ROBERT SCHOTT Denver, Business Adminis- tration, Alpha Kappa Psi, Phi Epsilon Phi. DOROTHY SCHUKNECHT Denver, Arts, Alpha Gam- ma De.ta, Isotopes. ROBERT RYAN Donverg Business Adminis- tration. I-'UM KUPPQ Psi. lntertntnnity Council. LENORE SCHATZ Denver: Arts, Alpha Gam- ma Delta, Alpha Sigma Chi, Clarion, Coed Journal- ists, Daubers, International Relations, Isotopes, Men- tors. Mortar Board, Para- keets, Pioneer Ski Club, R. A. C., Three H Club, W. A. A., Board ot Publi- cations, Prospectors, Who's Who. KATHLEEN OMA SCHERTZ Denver, Arts, Delta Gam- ma, Dormitory Council, Iso- topes, Prospectors, Men- tors, Chorus. '--.4-'. HARRY NATHAN SCHWARTZ Denver, Business Adminis- tration, Phi Epsilon Phi, College Veterans, Inde- pendent Men. I ,, Lf. ' x: 14 LAVIIINCE FRANCIS SEEWALD Lenqrnorm Arts, Alpha Epsilon, "D" C , Phi late Slgrna. Q. , CLARENCE SILVA Denver: Engineering, Theta Chi. A. I. Ch. E., Newman Club. WILLIAM SPANGLER Denver: Engineering, Beta Theta Pl, A. I. Ch. I., Delta Chi, Phi Epsilon Phi, Pros- pectors, Cheerleader. PHYLLIS STEWART hr IOIEIT FRANK SER R0 Deaver: Arts, Delta Chi, Pi Delta Theta. I r BEEBE SLOAN Denver, Arts, Alpha Gam- ma Delta, Alpha Lambda Delta, Secretary A. W. S., President Beta Gamma Sigma, Christian Science Club, Mentors, Mortar Board, Women's Student Council, wl'lD'S Who. LOIS SPRINKLE Denver: Arts, Sigma Kappa, El Club Espanol, Phi Sigma ota. g ,gpg N22 EDWARD STONE DOUGLAS HEIERT SHOULD E Denver, flllllili Mlllrrts- tration. . I GLEN SMITH Denver, Business Adminis- tration, Alpha Kappa Psi, Tau Kappa Alpha. CARLE STEARNS Denver: Arts, Kappa Sigma College Veterans, "D" Club RUTH STUVER Denver: Arts, Pi Beta Pi, Denver, Arts, Sigma Alpha, Denver: Arn, Pi Beta Ph. A. W. S., Pioneer Ski Club. Epsilon, Pioneer Ski Club. Alpha Lambda Delta, Iso tapes, Lutheran Club. i f f 'f , L LOWILI. CHARLES WND Donor: Business Adminis- tration, Independant Man. ARTIS TANTON Donvery Arts, Alpha Gam- ma Delta, Editor Clarion, Daubers, lnterschool Coun- cil, "D" Book, Parakeets, Student Advisory Board, Thno-H Club, W. A. A., Board of Publications. RICHARD TH EANDER Denver: Business Adminis- tration, Alpha Kappa Pi, College Veterans, Phi Epsi- lon Phi. BETTY SUTLIYF Denver, Arts. WALTER TASKER I DOROTHY SWEET Boulder Clty, Nov., Arts, Kappa Delta, Aidpha Lamb- da Delta, Prasl ant Alpha Sigma Chl, President A. W. S., Board at Governors. Campus Commission, Dia Luxtigan Deutxehon. Inter- lchoo Council Iota Sigma Pl, isotopes, Manton Mor- m sum, ri oem hm. Sigma Pl Sigma, President Woman's Student Council, American Chamisal Socio- ty. Who'l Who. MARGARET TEETERS Sioux Clty, Iowa: Business Denver, Arts, Slgma Alpha Administration, Delta Sig- Iota. ma Pi, Beta Gamma Sigma. CHESTER THOMPSON Denver, Arts, Kappa Sigma, Phi Beta Sigma. JULIUS TILLQUIST grnverf Arts, Beta Theta 5' JANE TOKHEIM Denver, Arts, Psi Chl. WILLIAM THORNEY Denver: Business Adminis- tration, Alpha Kappa Psi College Veterans. KATHRYN TOMBLING Denver, Arts, Alpha Garn- ma Delta, Internahonal Relations, Prospectors Club, W. A. A., Mentors. 1 w r wx N' N '11 Y J ' .f ' SUZANNE TDINDW ghnyori luslnna Adminis- ra :on, ' nn , l - tonshoolsauneil,.ge:.rota'rz Senior Clnx. Cond Journal- llts, Commerce Commis- sion, Intonchool Council. Mentors, Parakeots, Vom- on'l Student Council. AA , LETHA TRAVER Denver: Business Adminis- tration, Phi Chi Theta, Clarion, Greek Council, Mentors, Mortar Board, Panhellenic Council, Wom- en's Student Council, Who's Who. JOHN URIE Denver, Business Adminis- tration, Alpha Kappa Psl, College Veterans. JAYNE VAUGHN Denver, Arts, Pi Beta Phi, Kappa Delta Pi, Mentors, Panhellenic Council, Para- keets, Pi Gamma Nu, Pros- pectors. MACK TOWNSEND Denver: Arts. ARTHUR TRACE Donvorg Arts. Sigma PM Epsilon ,fy , WILLABELLE UNDERWOOD Denver, Arts, Sigma Alpha Iota, Lamont Singers. Gmc: UPTON " Lamar, Arts, Independent Women, Mentors, Method- ist Student Foundafon, Won-ien's Student Council. 'ds LEORA DOROTHY USHER Denver, Arts, Independent Women. International Rela- tions, Pioneer Wings. .f' ig- PHILL WAINNER Denver: Engineering, Lamb- da Chi Alpha, A. l. Ch. E., Delta Chi, Phi Epsilon Phi. 4? SHIRLEY JD VAN FLEET Denver: Arts, Pi Beta Phi, Alpha Lambda Delta, Cho- rus, Kappa Delta Pi, Men- tors, Mortar Board. Para- keets, President Wornen's Student Council, Prospec- tors. if STEPHEN WALKER Cortez, Business Adminis- tration, Alpha Kappa Psi, Beta Gamma Sigma, Phi Lambda Upsilon. F, Y , 5? DOICAS WARD Denver: Arts, Gamma Phi lata. DOLORES WARREN Denver: Arts, Alpha Chi Omega, Drama Club. L, HAROLD WEINEL Denver: Business Adminis- tration, College Vetera ns. ERMA WESTLAND Frazee, Montana: Arts, Delta Gamma, Bible Re- search, S. C. A., Cabinet W. A. A. JANICE WARNER Denver: Arts, Gamma Phi lata, Alpha Sigma Chi, Dio Lurtilon Doutschen. into Sigma Pl, Isotopes, Men- tors, President ot Mortar Board, Parakaets, Pl Delta Theta, Women's Student Council, Prospeetors, Amer- kan Chemical Society. PAUL WATA Denver: Business Adminis- tration, Tau Kappa Alpha. :L LL DOROTHEA WENRICH Denver: Librariansllip. NORMAN WHALEN Denver: Business Adminis- tration, Phi Epsilon Phi. ROBERT WARNER Denver: Arts, Lambda Chi Alpha. Canterbury Club. CAROL WATKINS Denver: Arts, College Vet- 61305. JOLEEN WESSEL Bennington, Kans.: Arts Zeta Phi Eta, Chorus, Dra- ma Club, Mentors, Metho- dist Student Foundation. 21 RAYMOND WHEARTY Denver: Business Adminis- tration, Tau Kappa Epsilon. - 1-y ? - X .5 .T V: A . X - Li 'V ll Ag. -igf' IAIID WHITAKER Deaver: lueineu Adminis- gmon, Kappa Sigma, "D' Age PEGGY JAN! WNITI Denver: Arts: Gemma Phi lets, Mentors, Neiman Club, W. A. A., Pioneer Wlnge. GRANT WILKINS Denver, Arts, Beta Theta Pl, Phi Epsilon Phi, Pioneer Ski Club, Prospectors Club. , xl wJ GEORGE WILLIAMS New York: Arts, Clarion, Daubers Independent Men, span, im Epsilon Pm. '45 RAINSFORD WINSLOW Denver, Arts, Sigma Chl, Interfraternity Council, Phi Epsilon Phi, Board of Pub- gialglons, D. U. Men's Press u . SHIRLEY WOLFE Denver: Arts, Delta Phi Delta, Daubers, Independ- ent Women, Prospectors Club, Rilling Athletic Club, W. A. A., Mentors. MARJORIE WITH ERSPOON Denver: Arts, Sigma Kappa, Canterbury Club, Dauben, Dormitory Council, Kappa Delta Pi, Vice-President Student Body, Chorus, Pi- oneer Wings. s' f lj- r' . ' L JUNE WURTZEBACH Denver: Arts, Isotopes, Three H Club. JOHN WIEDEIECHT 3725 55'."""".....s...i"" :M 'J Independent Men. I len Sigma, A. C. S. I 1 1 1 nj. X -' . , ' . Q ' 'R--v' . . L- VEE WIMBERLY Denver, Business Adminis- tration, Gemma Phl Beta, Newman Club. PATRICIA WITH ERSPOON Denver: Arts, Alpha Gam- ma Delta, S. C. A. KATHERINE YARNELL Pueblo: Arts, Alpha Chi Omega, Chorus, Clarion, Die Lustigen Deutschen, Mentors, Lamont Singers. '3 1 -- f X ' f it M D Ll! ZANON MARJORIE IEILER Dawn: Arts, Clllogl Vet- Denver: Arts, Delta Gamma. cum, ladle Gulld. SUE JEAN OURSLER Denver: Arts, Delta Zeta, Para keets. MEL SCHWARTZ Denver, Arts, Independent Men, "D" Club, Phi Beta Sigma. 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Mehdi- -Augof lloha--M -f Axlon, William Aylor, Jaycelyn Balkin, Ruth Ball, Vesta Barbour, Edmund Barr, John Burrell, Alice Bartlett, Alice Bouel-, Mervin Beasley, Bernela Beaumont, Beverly Bell, Julian I, - -'- ', ill. : 'F 1 E rip 1 ' 'F Yhemu Inman, Kenseth Bargain, Mlrldffh Inman, Lacuna Deny, lany Biennial, Beverly llonf-had, Helen lint, Virginia lloan. lanald nmmugn, lmihlrl Boehme, Georgia Bollinger, Leonard Bowers, Loma Brady, Phyllis Braid, Bonnie Brainerd, Edgar lnnnuha. Frln A8regman, 'limiting Brewer, Philip Brown, Gloria Brown, Richard Bruce, Robert Bryant, Orvis Buckler, Clark Buckley, Bette Burke, James Burn, Donald Burrell, .loan Butler, Robert Coin, Richard Cannon, Robert Corbaugll. Vernon Cordell! Harman Carney, Pamela Carroll, Manual Canon, .hal Corin, Kenneth Carhr, Lords Curr, lctry Carton, fd Eugene Cavana, Arthur Challis, Arun Chandler, Warren Chapman, George Childears, James Chlldrus, Robert Christie n, Helen Clurrrll, Glen Clagell, Alice Clancy, James Clark, Wayne Clayton, James Clegg, Elaine Clinton, Rulh Climp, Charles ,clQEl'L Cockrell, Richard Coffman, Shirley Cole, Robert Collins, Betsy '?' V 'J 'J A 5, J 1 W 4 N V 5 M J' fy Q, 1 .N 343 ,1-ne in , . TS' , 'x x Y -it I 1 7 :I QS N - . fkgi ' ' -f f- 'C ' 2 '11 F-L A Q- ' ' '1 1 7 V' ' N '- 5 u 'F' 'E Crowe, Eugene Cruise, Carolyn Cuitanovich, Marion Culbertson, Lawrence Curtis, Betty Daniel, Phyllis Davis, Von T ,,,,.,YT, , ,M :Y If ' X . ,: ,:.'- . .- W - A 5 QW. . 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Julian Gbldlllll, llbh ,Gordeu..,Mntl0rt1 - Gordon, Miriam Gordon, Paul Goss, Bette Gottscholk, Robert Govro, Charlotte Green, Ann iirr Gvhdlagoc John Grogan Mary Gruenler, Robert Grunwald, Velda Guither, Edgar Gunsolus, Georgia Hodden, John Hogan, Rosemary Hebei, Eugene Hall, Murfha Hamilton, Harold Honmer, Ann Hondsel, James ' ,-- wr .. fl L f P ,Q L .. X, M .W Hanlen, Patricia Hanrifffciil ' Hannon, Shirley Hanson, Carol Hamas, Icy tlonlawar. Hauler Hardy, Joan Harris, Marcella Harris, Chalk!!! Harrison, Patsy Hartmuller, William Harvell, Helen Hawley, Raymond Hedenskog, Leona Hedin, Elmer Hefty, Beverly Heinke, Myron Herrmann, Harry -Hess,-Alan Hess, Albert Hettler, Raymond Hettler, Roy Hickey, Paul Hinckle, Charles Hoenig, Betty Hohulshr, Florence Holter, Shirley Hon, Erma Lou Honstein, Arlene Hoots, Virginia .D X01 C3 . i I43 F' X., 1 w V .1 .- L' Y , s- - - iL9.2N,'L Y L' ' . , .egg , 5521.2 , ' ? , 1, fm ', ar- ,,, -.M 1 if . , V "f ,'q 1 ifxkl 17 'Pts P' -if., 1 , f5j:3.n1gg,5E'.gil2l A' ' 1-.-1,..:4.. As- s Zim ,,., '-r J- - v 5 ,ESQ N.. -. ,ju-Ljqfzgf 0 ff." ' '1 A ,,., x 22354 "" ri-'f-:Rl C? wwf? I x sin it w L i, '-,gi I if w-qi,-3. 3' 'fvlf- ' ' ' :V ,.- . 'W f ' 1+ F ki XY-ry H ny., 1 , t vy,:.:.+- X .4 1- X ki 'wh 1 Ziff '- gif' I1 ' .ri-5 40 3 V - av. .14 f '12 ' H4 if I44 Q' re! -n QF ,IQ ff 1. V, ,. ., ., 4 w Qi gnxirl, , ! fm-f has-f-, 'Q Q, -N-,. X YQ s 5- 'S , .. X sf V' if . ' 7 . . -1' -' sg' 1 1 -1' r""'r 1"' 1, 5 1 1 3 Beyerly Horlta, Kary lluddlolhh. Michael Hugo, labor? lllnliorford, vlljllll Han, 5.07.17 Huul. William lsonluorr, Frauen lnnllarl, Harold lanhovr, Jann Jackson, Bessie Jackson, Karen Jean Jackson, Peggy James, Mary Jane Jarrls, George Jeffords, Donna lersin,, g sffvikhd' Jeter, Wanda Jo Johnson, Alyce Johnson, Barbara Johnson, Clifford Johnson, Janice Johnson, LaVera Jones, George Y Jorlon, lohorl I Jorden, Kenneth Jorden, Mary Josephson, Norma J udge, Ma ry ,,' ,QM ,, H MMP M, Lx Iillllf' Q tilil' Y Juli, l. Thomas Ruling, label! Keith. lation Kahn, Lek legen, Dill.. Kenney, Charlie Klrn. Manley Kiefer, Shirley "L"'!l'3JE4, Kirshenhaum, Adrienne Kline, Melvin Klingman, Leroy Klufa, Dona Klumpp, Maralys Kolberg, William xorunonr: lcvuvlr Rrerehmer, Fran! Kreufter, Betty Kunz, Lee Roy Lampshire, Roberf Gale Lenon, Benjamin Latham, Albert Laverty, John Le Clair, David Lee, Mary Jo Lea, Evelyn Teresa Leonard, Mary Liscum, George Lining, Rgbgrf I 5 V V H T157 'W4 U 51,1 j I x l L1 u L, L L-: 11 u 'KZ' S 'il- 'G i , -.. ,' ,mculmmnmuf Lllvak, kdm I-'Ili liiif Lulkllllf Clouds Llllhd, Joy lvlldl. M011 Lynch, Paul Milkllf, Aiill Moral, Jack Margulh, Solana Markham, Robert Mason, Jeanette Mathews, Dorothy Moltson, Joan McAnaIIy, Don McCain, Clifford McChesney,5hizley, McClelland, Joseph Meinany, Carolee Mcinderfer, Clara Jean Mcllhenny, Jo Ann McKay, Lorena McKee, James McKinnies, Robin Q, McKinnon, Jack McKnight, Royce McPhee, Gordon Wood Mead, Joy Mergell, Betty J. I46 1 lNUllllli'cIfll .l...NO'S0ll,-JllfGv-i- fe--V ,SJ ' 'F T1 A' , Lx J '1 ff U ., ,V . w, .. , H 4 K-, - . P W IJ fx mr lx I KV X 1"'QU1'Xl'1'Jl - - - q, 1 M Millar, Glenn ' Mum, mu y mom, Maru 1 Mllln, Bruce r w MWNY. Jlhl Manlagul, Charles ' Mflfliflllffa alll' MICII, Jolla Mu-nl. IM I-WMM Morrissey, Kathym Moser, Audrey Moss, Wayne Moll, Shirley Murren, Blanche Nauman, Carolyn , N 'sl' J 1' xN,..-ani' 9 S' l Nelson, King Lee Nelson, Robert James Netherton, Patty Newcome, Herbert J. Newman, Harold Frank Nicholas, Horace 1 Nicholas, Beverly Ann Nlllan, Iivlnl Wllllall Nilsen, Victor Norton, Carl Nyland, Shirley Nylund, Phyllis D' fx ' 17 I Fx 9' ' N I , ru :gg ,A X vi, r J' J F HL .'. , 47, AE...-, -.Q f Ohlnanrlluuaf -f Oldham. Bkada Glam, Ml 00, J. Mlhfl Page, Shana Park. Glrallllaa Parhsr, .lallnay Payna, WHal Pacl,Marllua Lana! Plllcln, lllalll Perry, Clyde Paton, Edna Poten, Lois Paterson, Joy Payrouu, .lack Phllllps, Rabarl' Plqmlsnrlr ,, Plaws, James Ploflxln, .loan Poaga, Malvln Pope, Esther Popperf, Dale Powell, Robert Preston, Plllllp Prlzonf, Jerome Probert, James Purdas, Raymond Quade, Omar Rxemclemn Phillip IVR. William T. lillil. Lee kilt, chdlull Slider. hull Slnelne, Son lunge. .lun Schuh, Tllndorh Sdnnrz, Manta We Sellers, Blll Sellers, David Seversen, John Sher, Edith Slkes, Douglas Slkes, Margaret Sllvu, June Hvelhefj, Julie Singleton, LeRoy Skinner, Elmer Slctkln, Irving Smith, Donald Smith, Frances smnn, Nicholas Smith, Shayla 'IIN lnhrt s i-T Snydel, Eleanor 500990, fllltne Sphgel, William 1. ll' LW X 1 hr -.,.. 'QA V qu' '. . " 9, kv, eg A V., '-1 V I, iv J . 4, gf' rw. .Qa,, r .5 - J' 1 ' H1 'Q' 'N , 1 .-,1 r YA '. rl , ,,. ,tn . ,Al .a -- fun - ' - K' rw . ' gs-.f:?",5?? V l:r5'jg'2"' 3:21 pi rf '73 TI F ,fi iii 'KU U M X V L, Ex U 1 'il V., -sg- ,-v ,fe 5 'Km' fff 4, :J f A -K Q. i I 'FQ-, .nf - 'QV Q3 A I- -'VZ .. ef xl , i , N f ' Lv fl L,-,D-'71.'2' . f . f'-1" 1, 'L rv. r ,Spf Quigley, Robert Rauelutun, Phytlss Joan Rayner, llblff Vqpeq Rliulll, Yoalnn clilflll lldlt. llbdnar frank load, Donald Edward Rolchl, Carmalota Mary Ralsblg, John William Rillall. Ilarotlly Aan MINI. Darth Mclalna Revst, Doris Rhodes, Helen Ruth Rice, Ruby Bernice Ridgeway, Reece Rieger, Eugene Francis Rightmire, Paul Roy Robb, Richard Deane s -71, , Robb, Wllllorn Carter Roberts, Elaine .lonis Robertson, James Carl Rodaway, Keith S. Rodman, Mary Lou Rogers, Verlee Nydia Ross, Earle L. Ross, Marie Rbthlail, BIRHIU4 Ill!!! Rowe, Russell William Rust, Betty Jo Rutter, Marganet Aileen Ryan, Bernard George , w s 1 ,, , ,-, J K L' r fl . ' if 1 no m T SNCY, SIIUIEY, , Stolen, Thorne Slander, lorlwro Steep, Gerald Steele, Edith Stegner, Patricia Sranrnrk. lem' Mein, lor-bore Stewart, Charlotte Stone, David Stonder, Mildred Stover, Bert Sunday, Williom Susmon, Sally Sutton, Arlyne Svolberg, Cherles Svedlund, Helen lveruu, lun Swanson, Charles Swu yze, Betty Tabeta, Yoshio Tointer, Wilburta Talbot, Robert Taylor, Putricio Thomas, Alice -Thomas, Julie - Thompson, Ernest Thompson, Eugene Thompson, Joan Thomson, Gaylord P Tiifnab T K1 N E. . , . 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Clayton Williams, Donald Williams, Ellihard Williams, Paul Williamson, Luanne Wilson, Edlo Wilson, Frances Wilson, Milford Mlilson. William Wirth, Edward f Woodsorne, Robert Woolsey, Bobbie Wright, Patricia Yates, Richard Yelenick John Young, Ted E'hmanf7i1arscIii"' Drose, Donald Dunn, Charles E. Dutton, Joseph E. Towle, Robert 1 ,. .J,., ,az . -,,..,, :-Wh'-,R .V , Jil., f is 'IQ l F L JH., - '- , , '. vang fa? i" 'i'M' W ff . 5 ' llr. l54 L Q, X. . V , Y F .gpm A ., , u '-,FI ' ' A-EN, 3- .13 K lgvnf ,u KH u h 1 Vt 14. w 'V I ,fi . L 4 - rx, ,UQ - 11'--f . if f. It'-'-4 Nvu r I 1 , VY rg A . ' 2: m v G ' S5 . . V 'I 'Q' ,. V. Arm. Clarence lil U1 Y YA 1 1 . ,'g?9i'?fr'7x ,' , v A- i X Y K fl' 3, , , .V W -vu fe ik , 'S 4 ' 1- r is Q L rr , - -, ,, - 'E LL :m f Q Comstock, Frederick E I M asfer ing, arvin fa- N Smith, Howard fsiaf' ' ,,. r 4,1 . A 1' 'nfl . Y X . Welman, Valentine . , - ' K , , . 1 f iv" r IVI' 4 -A Eli' f ' nr. 113' Tong. HHUY ,41- ' ,Q-. I -. - . 'V 'wr-1. 4 . ' '7 I i Inman, inn Ford, Lowene Watkins, Lowell F in M2545 f X 4 A- X 4 X . 3. 4755- +-'f Lf". 'ag I il I 0 Richard D. Harvey T A . 1 is Q-X Q H X 24' ' CAR ...I r'ag,,g 'i 4:1 fi. PEN T -2-lei .-.. - 'fT t 'la A M aim ' sh - ,.., Cn , , , My Tyr arf: ERSH1 P R X , T l'TllTllEF'T.P:5Tgi5Q if ' , as C a . ' l58 Donald SrniTh One QT The busiesT publicaTions on The campus is The Denver Clarion. The sTaTT Taces a weekly deadline and every Thursday nighT you Tind The EdiTors aT The prinTer's unTil The wee hours oT The morning geTTing The Clarion ouT Tor Friday. Under The waTchTul eye oT EdiTor Richard Harvey, The Clarion has carried on many iournalisTic ex- perimenTs To Til..:l ouT iusT whaT The readers wanT. A poll oT readers' reacTions was Talcen This spring. Though more conservaTive Than usual, The Denver Clarion has been a Tiner newspaper. Lenore SchaTz, PaTricia Collins and Doris Dav- enporT were The news ediTors during The year. Lowell Clark, Rains Winslow and Galen Rarick were oTher cQnTribuTors. DespiTe changes in sTaTT The Clarion ran smooThly ThroughouT The year. ln January The Clarion increased in pages To give The school a beTTer news coverage. All phases of campus life were covered and naTional issues were broughT To The aTTenTion oT The sTu- d-enTs. A series oT arTicles on The veTerans and Pioneer Village were run. STudenTs were always on hand aT The Union To geT one of The TirsT copies of The Clarion when iT came ouT on Friday. L P"" . 4 'y .f . i if- .' L - l , , Q Q 'KA . aj .1-..-if,i..Lf gl H 5 1-QLl.IJHFll.'.l A Edifor-in-Chief ...... Business Manager ...... News Edifor ......... Feafure Edilor ...... Sporis Edifor ...... Socieiy Edifor ....... . 1, 1,-2 4, .. .ya nr, J.. . ' ' . 352152-fgiii U i -l .JK f ,X fir?- mile? " ?"',' if --is X 1 'ii .4 5:5- i ..f ..x ,, . fix i f-A we 1 " fx., ,, 1 :I -.ff 1.1 ff-'fi 'S-.3 .giijfff .A-ri, J 5 It-,111 .V .f H' I i -1 f Y' ' ii fi'iV .1ff" I., A .,5. lg.. gli K ' V. , 4 , gf, ,jw ' 1 71 . 1. 1 Q Qfggigjiggi, . L.fln.sQL'..' Richard D. Harvey ..,. Alfred Serafin ...Doris Davenpori' ....,.Diclc Forsler ......Donald Smi'l'h ...,.-Marilyn Moore Commerce Edlior ,..,,.,.,,,.,,, ...o..... H arold Dickey Copy and Make-Up Ediior ....,. John W. Sfephens Reporiers--NEWS: John McClanafhan, Hal Chambers, Belly 'Man- non, Phil Preston, Pere Simon, Jarry Shanks, Bob Hursf, Bunny Pearson and George Bevard. FEATURES: ,Bob Hursi, Tom Turner, Befsey Jo Giger and Kay King. SOCIETY: Frankie PaH'erson, Jeclrie Pindell, Mary Francis Thompson, Virginia Frosf and Kay King. SPORTS: Don Seasfon, George Waggener, Lane Weilneri, Tom Golden and Ralph Veaich. John W. Sfephens EWIS K Because of layouis, copy, piclures, and an ever-presenl' deadline, 'I'he slaff of 'lhis year's Kynewisbok had con- lifnual nighfmares. Every member pilched in wilh a willing hand when lhe going was rough and worked 'lheir 'Fingers 'lo fhe bone lo gel 'lhe book out The arl' deparl'men'l' slaved over layouls unlil il' was impossible for 'lhem lo even draw a crooked line. When lhe copy deparlmeni' finished wilh 'lhe 'lypewriiers fhey were ready 'For lhe iunk heap. Produclion kids pasfed up never ending rows of sludenfs' likenesses, and fhe pholographers ran 'lo and 'fro snapping piclures of everyfhing and anyfhing. Our small abode in one of 'lhe iemporary buildings was always in an upheaval. Vacalions were unheard of for lhe slaff, and work confinued from early morning fill la'l'e a'l 'nighi' regardless of lhe 'l'ime or 'lhe day. Many headaches and much work wenl info fhe making of lhis year's Kynewisbok and everyone heaved a sigh of relief when lhe book was 'Finally "pul lo bed." 4 V vnRelNlA LOQK, Q 'Wai Q'2a,a1s Ccmzba , C-LD Ci, .5 Sri l- AND BETTY YONGE , l60 ,V -:1:',.teL1,+L, '-- -1 - 4 N LORRAINE DURKOP - if . I., I DOROTHY KINDIG Mary Jo Macaulay ED MAKER TAFI: EDITOR Virginia Lock ASSISTANT EDITOR Charlofle De Harporl' PHOTOG RAPHIC EDITOR Edward Maker Earl Ross Kenney Erickson Charles Charles, Gorden Bar'I'el Ralph Halleck ART EDITOR Lorraine Durkop Mariorie Mallory Genevieve Roberls COPY EDITOR Dorolhy Kindig Ralph Veach Eclilh Sco'H ORGANIZATION EDITOR Mary Jo McCauley Alyce Heffner Slan Boulier Maggie Murphy COMMERCE Rila Jones Mary Lou Demascio BUSINESS MANAGER Jane Braclfield PRODUCTION EDITOR CharIo++e De Harporl' Eleanor S'lrea'l'er Gerry Moeller Barbara Johnson Harriel' Hardaway Pal' PaH'erson Char-IoHe Swaney Marelyn Bell . Helen Hosfefler Mary App BeH'y Jean Mergell Dorolhy Maier BeH'y Yonge Harrie? Evans Palsy Frazee Charline Hoover CARTOONS , Belsy Jo Giger l ml? OFFICE Fi-' JANE BRADFIELD 1715: Fronl' row: Virginia Loclc, Mary Lou Domacio, Dr. Davidson, Al Serafin, Mr. Bourlze. Back row: Mr. Glenn, Diclr Harvey, Lenore Schafz, Mr. WhiHlesey,-Jane Bradfield and Ed Malier. Board of Publications SPACE, l'he sfudenl' crealive magazine, was com- pleiely revamped fhis year. Miss Barbara Peiers, ediior, had fhe firsl inspiralion 'For enlarging lhe size of 'lhe publicaiion. This is ihe iirsl year ihal' 'l'l1e supply of Space exceeded 'lhe demand. A new phorographic l 0 Minor Publications Space cover and ari worl: plus a varied seleclion of maferial gave Space new life. Miss Pefers is fo be congralulaied on giving Space ils new face and firsl' opporluniiy lo become a good liierary Magazine. Prospecl' for nexl' year include adveriising 'lo boosl 'che budgel. Wiih added 'Funds Space should be one' of 'ihe oulsianding publicafions on ihe campus. H Reber? Seils and Don MacMillan were 'l'l1e associaie Edifors 'lhal' came fo 'Phe defense of Space on lhe Clarion ediforial page. Win'l'er Pralher furnished l'he 'iirsi cover and Elaine Davis, Beisy Jo Giger and George Williams did fhe illus'l'ra'lions. lfil f. Hu, . rf '.1-. 'lc. 54 ' 3-J 5 Miss Barbra Peters, Editor of Space D Book g Lucy Danz and her artist Mary Francis Thompson have a big laugh over the Student Directory. Seems one ot their D books were not available. 1 Miss Lucy Danz, Editor of the D Book. The D Bock was the tirst student publication to greet the new and other incoming students. The Freshman's bible, as it is reterred to in upper class circles, gives all the pertinent tacts and information about all the student leaders and organizations on campus. Lucy Danz got the book out almost single handed, put it out on time, none the less. A The harrled staff of the Student Directory had a rough time getting the book out. .3 Q, 'I Miss Evelyn Quinn, Editor ot the Student Directory The Student Directory was the tremendous volume put out by Evelyn Quinn. This year's book could compete with the city directory. Miss Quinn met with every obstacle conceivable, tremendous enrollment, printing ditticulties.,and the human element. It made its rather late but welcome appearance at the beginning ot winter quarter. However, we cannot help relating some ot the amusing results. Jo Finn found herselt living at Sterns Dairy and every time one called this number and asked for her, Joe would be out milking the cows. What nearly killed another student was to tind himself at a mortuary. Student Directory ' rlr U? 1 7.51 .J P- Ei' . :if SP1 if it iii get - 2. 1 I lbs ' Left Right Colleen Laughlun Marlorle Monckton, John Rockwell, Harry Lowery Rachel Davidson CBLITHE SPIRIT Lett-Right: John Rockwell, Collen Laughlin, Betty Brooks, June Cadle, Harry Lowery, Marjorie Monckton lpsychic contact with the "other worId"J CBLITHE SPIRITJ. D. Bell. Lett-Right: Betty Brayden, Connie Lindsay, Bunny Pearson, Jane Groves Gui Machado Earle Winters June Cadle W dell Reese Final seen! of HARRIET1'-speech to her tamil Warren, Robert Turner, Ruth Epstein, Shirley Prout, en she has been to the White I-louse to see A lincoln The Dramatic Productions Authority presented sux plays during the year, providing a well balanced program ot modern and historncal comedies and serious plays All plays were produced by the School ot the Theatre with various staff members ot that department directing Noel Coward's "Blithe Spirit Ryerson and Clement s "Harriet," Shalcespeares Tweltth Night Philip Barrys "The Philadelphia Story George Gershwms Girl Crazy" and William Saroyan s The Time ot Your Lute comprise the year's oiternngs Directors were Robert Mead Ron White Dons Paul with David Philips and Madeleine Smco designing the sets and costumes. Supervising director was Campton V Lk Left-Right: Bessie Conner, Gui Machado, Beverly Van Fleet. Scene from THE PHILADELPHIA STORY-they are planning what to do about a magazine article throwing scandal on the father. If-'S-1.1 4-hwy uf- 1 Left-Right: Polly Porter, Stuart Currie, Jack Neavill, in scene from THE PHILADELPHIA STORY-reporter on the scandal has :orne to :over her wedding. YA-ln it-Qg '5di..,L.,-1 amp hows r . J' :far-L-.Q Y ' -.,,-,Y Siarfed during ihe war years fo provide en+er+ain- men'I' for servicemen in 'ihis region, fhe Theaire Deparf- men1"s Camp Show unii' is sfill going s+rong, 'fraveling 'l'o Army Hospifals and Servicemen's Ceniers for 'Phe amuse- men? of +he men in khaki. Skifs, songs, dances, and read- ings provide variefy programs which are builf around a cen'l'raI iheme. Alihough 'rhe iroupe consisis mosily of drama siudenfs, any member of +he s+uden+ body wiih 'I'aien+ 'fo burn and a desire 'I'o 'fgo on 'rhe road" may fry out The casi' direcf 'Phe shovvs, raise +he money 'For ex- The D.U. Taleni' Shows puf asparh in ihe drab lives of fhe Denver G.l.'s penses, and provide +heir own +ranspor+a+ion. i lee i Chorus Much in demand all over Denver, fhe Universiiy Chorus-and A Cappella choir had pleniy of opporfunify 'lo keep fheir do re mi's limber. Eveni' of +he year for ihe Chorus was +he presenfafion of "Ballad for Americans" before seven hundred Chamber of Commerce guesis lasl' fall. Olher highlighlsz Verdi's "Requiem" wifh Denver Symphony, a coasf fo coasi Chrisfmas conceri' over ABC which rafed noiices in fhe New York newspapers, and Gershwin's "Girl Crazy" in co'niunc'I'ion wiih lhe Theafre Deparlmeni. More advanced lraining is required 'lor A Cappella. This group gave iheir annual May concert radio performances al Chrisfmas and Easier, and helped "kick- olT" 'lhe Expansion Drive. .1 l ,.4:ns v-fn 9 16 QQ if 9 E' 2. 61, 5 ' C-A F' WS 2- Lf K nuff' xr--' Band "Howdy, yo-all" became a 'familiar campus greefing lasf January, when fhe Band refurnecl fo civilizafion affer a 1'rip 'lo Texas for l'he D.U.- Hardin-Simmons Bowl game-. Bancl members were loafh To crack lhe books affer a wilcl lancl icyl weelc in San Anfone, buf affer fhe Expansion Drive agciiviiies marched 'lhem all over fown, 'I'ha'I' wild wesfern spiri+ was preH'y well 'rramped out Q The Pioneer paraders lcepf 1'he rah-rah spirii' alive ai' every foorball game lasi' fall. When winrer blasfs forced +hem indoors, "D-Rah" gave way fo long-hair, culmina+ing in a Spring concert 5 3 4 5 1 5 v Orchestra Allhough small in size, fhe Universify orchesira gave several concerls during 'lhe year. A program in fhe winler and one in lhe spring was presenfed for sludenl en+er+ainmen+ during the chapel hour. A radio program was laroadcasl' in lhe spring, as well as an evening con- cerl' in coniunciion wifh ihe D. U. Chorus. The orcheslra was represenled in lhe Expansion Drive aciivilies when members lugged lheir inslrumenls down 'lo lhe Shirley- Savoy and provided music for ihe Kickoff Dinner, various reporl luncheons, and +he Viciory Dinner. I69 ug if g, ll 5-.-.. i-1 dl Ll Us Pioneer Day Pioneer Day sfudenfs fake down fheir hair, don cos- fumes, and forgef fhaf quiz on Monday. 'Organizafions puf fhe finishing fouches on floafs and house clecorafions in hopes fhaf fhey will add anofher cup fo fheir collecfion. Beards are very much in evidence on fhe campus. The day sfarfs off wifh a bang-up program and fhe person wifh fhe besf cosfume is given a prize. A huge barbecue follows and all fhe sfudenfs adiourn fo fhe lawn in back of fhe library fo enjoy fhe picnic lunch. In fhe affernoon Denver cifizens are given a freaf when D.U. pufs on one of fhe biggesf parades of fhe year. If winds fhrough fhe downfown sfreefs as fhe crowds line up on fhe sidewalks fo exclaim over fhe many floafs. Boys and girls piled in decorafed cars singing, yelling, and cheering add fo fha general gaiefy of fhe occasion. Affer open houses and dinner, sfudenfs gafher for a large bonfire and pep rally. Lafe in fhe evening fhge moon smiles down on a crowd of fired buf happy sfudenfs. i Homecoming Homecoming saw boih alums and sludenls 'lurning oul in full for lhe gala celebralion. Our mighfy Pioneers played one of 'their besl games of 'the season when fhey defealed 'lhe highly fouled Ulah Indians. Spirit and pep prevailed over fhe enfire slands. During half-lime The annual chariol' race was run wilh +I-ie Bel'a's coming oul' on lop. The Sigma Kappa's raised 'lheir voices in lusly cheers when il was announced 'lhal' 'lhey had 'lalcen firsl place in bolh lhe house decoralions and 'lhe 'Floal' in 'lhe sorori'l'y compelilion. lh 'lhe 'fralernily compel'i'l'ion Chi Sigma look firsl place for lheir floaf and Sigma Alpha Epsilon 'lor house decoralions. The Annual Homecoming Dance held ai lhe Lincoln Room of lhe Shirley Savoy Holel climaxed lhe day wilh Virginia Derry being crowned Queen. J Pioneer Day E'ii'i' -11 K n 1 l ' s 1' '.-' -, ', 0 ' F ' .- . -I ' 4 A X i -- - - sunk nf 1 lin 12.10 11 H ww 'fl' -, ' ful: 17 ...--..--.--yfqfhrf''tnfzz-Z"!LCI xqfi.f.XQEfI'Ag ! 'Clif V A hmwyyvwwfiwwwv ' A53 . 55,55 ii E 4 ' H " A 'Y A Aft? A " -. ,J A - - ' -h 152:65 4. A -1 W nu f ' . .Nw 3' 2' ' A . "'2 'f'i'f'Lfi5 -"" 1455 fi . A 'ff'4l !H':'A:': 'fff7iifi? -Lv ' v-AI 54jjj:f,...,, A 3 1 j" ' .A,35d, 1: K . ..-..,, K A. XAX ,wlik f-in ,A Q' !,, .Y l A-xi - -A ji N .Aj f-ff Q Q1 Y X .A ,Yr y . A :gm A , XX - " ' . 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Y ' M ' 25311, .f , 411 fi, fr., W - Q P' 5 it 1 'P 1 ww Xt. zu an UU bk ' f S 521 -Q- 4,7 4 Lg T "iff , .gxjgf ' 1... gsiv Q., F' "ff , lx, ' XA K 1 . , yi, 'X " Q, JR Q' V kv E I A ..A 'ivy' .S 'A ' "if W f ' 41 ' " , X A ' Yl5" f 1 N' fff 7 51+ F in XM N.. K Y 1 L7 .jf-4' 1.1 ! 1 X V - f I' ' AQ' 1 A , M 4 -, Q My ff 'v 1 H It , 2 4 - '1 ' AD-,ij lj 'figg 04? El' A.r' 1 Fwy- : sl 'WW . -71 v 2 gag, Ar' 1 .Qu D Club Dance The D Club dance affer fhe Thanksgiving game was a vicfory dance fhis year. A+ rhis affair ihe boys choose a coed for fhe honor of D Club Queen. The Queen fhis year was Shirly Smifh. The aHendan'I's were presenfed wi+h a- Db Club sweafer boy, in miniafure, of course. ' Q l -. 1 l l. l 1 1 After the Game l 1 1' l 1 T1 Drunk lwiih viciory, fhai' isl hilarious sludenfs piled info . l +l1e Crackerbox afier each -nigh+ foofball game +o cele- lu brafe wifh dance and song fhe +eam's mighfy laheml achievemenfs on 'the gridiron. Every+l1ing from iiHerbug- I 1 ging +o ihe waltz lcep'I' 'lhe ioini' iumping, and alihough f fhe gym-per usual-was crowded, 'Phe ral race was , y l Q seemingly enjoyed by all. l - ' I77 ' 1 Panhellenic Formal The Panhell formal was 'lhe lirsl big clance of lhe year. This- annual affair where all lhe Greek girls gel logelher is one of lhe mosl aniicipalecl. Wilh an air of clignily l'l1e coeds and lheir clales slrul lheir slufl. A.-Ahx '. ,X 1 .X ,, f K I 'X ,X , 4 . . , X 1 U, 1 I ' l"1"NV ' - 1 V, j.-- .JU x K ., " ' I ' ' w W X X J IM f 'fy ,E ' w M ., 1? W' 1,1115 X W W X W y f xy X ' ' . U1 , , X 5' H1 W 'jf' x ' 1 ' , 1"-,U ' ! , . ' ' w . I A f- . . K X , Q .5 v ,, 5 ff ' X 1 X , v 2 A f - 4 , . f , - w Xxx J Y x , , N ff. , g ' ' I f V, X! A X, ,, X ,, - X J, .N . f , Af. I N X J, 4,4 x 4- - 7' f A, , iff! 1, ff' 1 Q 4- . 4' Y- ' 5' 4 , . f up ' r Nfl' f J' -N .,.,. , gr v nf J, B jf A,-fv .".E:?gI! ,xi :X jk if , 5,-r. vw' ez" Commerce ,y M reomw- ,i.. This year Commerce invaded +he old Blood Donor Building and acquired a brand new Siudeni' Union +ha'l' every Commercite is mighiy proud of. Consisfing of +wo floorslfhe Union has a lunch counfer, boofhs, lounge, and a iuke box +ha+ plays- ihroughoul' +he day. During ac+ivi- iies period 'lhe crowds pour in for a smoke, cha1', coke, or fo do 'I'ha'I' lasl' minuie sfuclying. Bridge games are very much in evidence and a 'lrue college spirii prevails. Super is lhe word for fhe Commerce Sfudeni' Union and 'Phe school has every righi 'lo be proud of if. Student Union 3.1 1, my Q.. -1 :I ' 5' ,nf X -1 ELL, , L: , 1 , -E5 Eaff ll . . -i nn' feng. -X 4 n NN ie ks I . . 1 is 0 FEL :?f' ,5 Q :V Q --i'rf:.4' 4, 'fffii . "15i9ig , if W I w f 1 Hi' f 4 - 'f- ' 'gig ' . 124355, 1ff 's. :L 'tx 1 tudent Union ls J Sfucleixf. U,-,Quo 4011 Lf! 1 in i i Z I "x A xi! X g 31 2 3 "' W if x L -'X QUAD There is no doubl buf final' 'Hue mosi' popular place on campus is flue S1'uden'l' Union. Here sfudenis gafher be- fween classes land somelimes duriingl 'io smoke, cl1a'I', and eat To say fhai fhe union is crowded is a masierpiece of an undersidiemeni as praciically everyone 'flocks 'lo fhe place ai' len o'cloclc. Once inside, a person has 'io waich where l'1e's going or he may siep on someone on 'H-ie 'Floor who is enqaged in a l1o'i game of bridge or some oiher card game when a fourill couldn'1' be found. Ealing is an exfremely difficulf chore as someiimes ihai' piece of cake ends up in someone eIse's mouih. To hear 'Hue laresi gossip a person merely has fo crawl under il-me nearesi' fable for five minu'l'es. From +l1is posifion he sees all, knows all, and hears all. Pushing, shoving, and bruised shins is usually ihe order of fhe day in fhe SUB and 'lhere is no ques'l'ion buf 'lhai' ihe Siudeni' Union is fhe quiclcesi' place io go mad bu'I' who can deny fhai we love if re- gardless. 11, .-db V. O ,..R,V,V ' . 1 1 11,1 1' V ' 1 Q xv .K 5 ' .' 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V., , V ,X "N -' -:V1,p: V :Lgf MV . . 1 ,V JZVVVJ I V .,, Vyf i ' 1 Pioneer fx 55031 J a Q JST? -S Y V ii iw: W X H ii ii ii X ,Milli iiiiiiwwini, ini 1-wwuuivw' l, My r ii- i,1,wowillllnwii,W.,,,.iliui"i ""N iuivni,iiiiHvwwww,,iiii::',ii,'ii"'i5ii2,ill''Wi,willxiii"'N'Wlilli'llli5iliiwi1iJi'i'4,'li'W'iswillWilli'1'iilllllliilf'1' y""'i,'i ww' N H ii , i ii lin' liwiinnnii ri ii iiwiiw ,il i in l-i, 1lminiliiwi,li" ' ,imiu ll"'l' 1 W 'Wi , ii in i i i v ii iwiwi Y 'vm' 'll' -"ll , Wi , W ni in ii ix Wnn,i..i i - , " ii J Y i T or . , I A new addiiion +o 'ihe campus ihis year is Pioneer Village which houses veierans and iheir families. The Village is in realiiy a small iown in iiseli wifh i+s own cify governmeni consisiing of a mayor and ihiriy-one council- men. The aim of 'ihe governmeni is 'lo malxe fhe Village a beH'er place io live in and 'ihis is being accomplished by such ihings as landscaping, siree-I' lighis, supervised playgrounds, and esiablishing a fifieen mile speed limii ihhoughoui' fhe Village. There are aboul' 340 families liv- ing in quonsei' hu'l's and Bulfer houses al' The preseni iime, wiih a waiiing lisi' of approximaiely a ihousand. The Village boass of i'ls own newspaper called "The Pioneer Shopper," which is run and owned by one of ifs inhabi- l'an1's. The friendly spirii fhai' prevails 'lhroughoul ihe small 'iown is one of iis ouisianding feaures. A person lcnows everyone in his bloclc and in 'ihe morning 'Friends gaiher for 'ihe old American cusfom of coffee and donuis. le-1 1' PM iii gg Sami 'T-L .1-33 Village -,4--11 KQ 'H Q' xr'- l' eq E 3933 , 2 X'-T 6QgQfi ' NWI-LQ x f CDDK Taps '! Ii I 1 l l i l ODK Presideni' Fred Vondy sfarfs the 'rapping ceremony wiih e brief explanaiion of ihe purpose of ODK. Masked. They wander around fhe chapel looking for 'iheir nexi' vicfim. Ed Maker gels 'lapped by masked members of ODK. Phofographer gels his picfure fallen for a change. The boys had a iolly 'lime af brunch affer fhe lapping. Cush looks so charming wifh a iea cup. Firsf lime Dick Schmid? was ai a loss for words. , -.J ' ' ,, ,X , , " 3- ' , 4, Health Department Q. 5 'Sr -, To meet the needs ot the enlarged student body, the Health Service has moved into its own building at 2020 South Josephine. The statt has been enlarged to tour doctors, one dentist, and a consulting statt ot six other physicians. The pharmacy, a new addition to the uni- versity, is now able to till all prescriptions at the cost ot the medicine. A complete laboratory has been in- stalled in which any and all lcincls ot tests can be run tree ot charge to the student. An X-ray machine is now being installed to complete the tacilities. Just in case ot an epidemic, the intirmary can "rack up" 20 to 45 patients and care tor them adequately. init Fill . I s-.-nu , i I 2 l. 5 'e 1 r ff-f-ff J 4 Q Sr 'x Xl f y 3 fe ,G KW! B JJ K J 0 , v 1 - N r I X X yd A 1' , if '77 LL. Eff ,, e 1 il N s X. . .X , Nt . -X-k " s in s-. FRESHMAN WEEK The week before school officially opens in lhe fall is lmown as freshman week. During 'lhis week lhe new siu- den+s regisfer, 'lake lesls, and become orienfaled wil'l1 +he school, fhe professors, and olher s+uden+s. Menrors are seen in abundance around campus lending a helping hand 'lo 'lhe frosh. Paralceels acl' as guides around campus and sponsor a chuclcwagon lunch for 1'he new un- clerclassmen. "BuH'on Frosh" is rhe cry heard over 'I'he school and 'lhe incoming s'l'uclen'l's are given 'lheir firsl fasfe of college life. Q ll lf' A I 1 , - ..,', R - '-. .1 , . . .UG-A' -, ,Lid-,V-' 15. ' 1 s ', , ' . -,eg -A. -1+-, " -.,,,1-:'. '-vw.. 1, I . i -. U s- . L vw .f ,,. f -it-. 1. . rg, ll -s Nxxwv fi f, I . r f sl . ei, Hg?4l , 2 if ll qrhcfe l P7 gag 'V' 7 Q 1-d""'L Q - is-K .Ja ali Qwhfxi s s X!-I x V' 5 353555 M2 fini-g fxx N? 2 J x N Xffb 3' ,di 'if' ' ,X ' ,- l ' The school year s'l'ar+ed oul' wilh a bang wilh regis- lraiion showing liH'le sign of organizalion. A+ 8:00 in lhe morning s'l'uden'ls crowded 'lhe doors, and for 'rwo or lhree days were shoved here and lhere. Hours upon end a per- son would sland in a line only +o gel lhrough il' lo find fhai his classes had been closed, which meanf lhal' he had lo sfarl' lhe whole process over again. Velerans would shake fheir heads and say, "The Army was never like fhis." Once in a while someone would come rushing by wilh a ioyous loolc on his face shouling, "l made i'l'. Of course l have an 8:00 class, a l:40, and an 8:00 al nighl, bui l'm regisferedf' The resl of us would look wilh envy and wonder if we would ever gel lo lhal' poinl. Bul aliler much confusion +he process ended, and we all sellled down lo aflending classes. . -.5 l : a .1 V , gf ,.1. v s. s . . ' 1 N, f ' n A . . Q32 io i X QUT XE X I . -9-,,,gl,,, ..,,,, 1,-, v -Y ,c...4..Y4-f v,. -lil...-, Q. '- C' BIVDIDS' fill? kt"Wm2i . 'IL' X -.,, nigh.. y X 'W " .. 51. E1 A, .4 V Lf- ns:----r U 1 Q- . .. Pioneer Day and Homecoming were 'lhe nexi big evenis. Fun and frolic prevailed, and for 'l'wo gala da s lhe books were 'forgoHen. The Homecoming Dance ch- -maxed The celebraiion wifh ihe biggesf crowd ever fo be seen af a school dance. Money was refunded ai 'I'he door when ii' was 'Found 'l'ha'I' noi' anofher person could squeeze onfo fhe floor. Buf fhe spiril +ha+ was presenl was somefhing 'ro behold. Jusf fhink of 'Phe in+eres+ing people you mei' when you looked up and 'found yourself dancing wifh a complefe siranger--especially when you were iusi' ge'Hing 'lo know your previous parfner. Q! 5, fi. 1 f mg . . - :,.,,.M,L ..,.,.f ,V 5 Y I -v Ii' . E? 'Qian A.:4-H' Ji CHNDW faqs. ' .f' . Y ,E , mi 7Z11fS60O,O00. Wo1nensDomutory "FU, J I-rg, f A. , . f 3 'Q Winfer quarfer rolled around. and +he word "expan- sion" was on everyone's lips. All were busy going +o luncheons, banqueis, and recruiling pledges for money. School was dismissed for a day, and a huge parade was ihe main event Children viewing 'lhe speclacle were awed by 'lhe balloons senl' 'lo us from New York 'fo help in fhe drive. Celebrilies such as Ginger Rogers and Virginia Mayo came from Hollywood +0 do whal fhey could 'lo help D. U. reach i+s goal. Finally fhe day'o'F fhe Viciory Dinner arrived wilh lhe expansion program go- ing over 'lhe +op, which chalked up anoiher greai success for lhe school. -v-.4 51- ,- . b 1 L i 11- V X A . . '. TW' 5 1 iqiwxl W it '-Y A 1 . ., L "7 xx 1 19 N V rc l ar TWP 1 K ff' W " Q, U sm Q 2 N ' Agfa A f - , fi KE ,,,,,Qa. fx S 1 T F PI EERS The selecfion of The Pioneers issone of The iradifions of 'I'he Kynewisbok. The deans choose 'lhese ouisianding Seniors for 'lheir achievemenls 'I'his year and for 'lheir pas'I' years. The basis was iheir par- ficipafion and leadership in siudeni' gov- ernmenf, aihlefics, exfra-curricular aclivi- fies, scholarship, and all o'l'her phases of school acfivify. JOURNALIST Lowel Clark, a Clarion perenial, divided his 'l'ime beiween iravel- ing aboul' fhe counfry deba'l'ing and wrif- ing for 'Phe Clarion. His column "How did fhis qef in" was anficipafed and missed when he le'F'l' D. U. in December. l SKIER Bob Beverly, mas'I'er of ihose elongafed barrel sfaves headed ihe Senior Class as well as lhe Pioneer Ski Club. An Engineer, Beverly managed +o make ODK. Phi Bela Sigma, Phi Iambdallpsilon, and Pi Delia The'l-a. . 3, W I 6752 'li-1 5 CJ' ' ,w I5 Q' ir 4 -4 f We I Y I . e Q! 4' ,K ATHLETIC Leo Ford, prexy of 'lhe sru- denfy body, was oufsfanding in foofball. The one 'lime Kappa Sig chief presided over inierschool council. Wifh ihe resi of fhe D Club he kepi' +he 'freshmen in row, and ran 'lhe biggesi s'l'uden+ body in hisiory smoorhly. J PERKEY PARAKEET Shirley Jo Van Fleer Johnson, had her "love birds" on l'he march all year. The expansion program lcepi' fhe peppy prexy busy. A+ lhe AWS Banquei' Shirley Jo was nomina'I'ed Miss Universiiy of Denver, fhe iypical coed. ,,,,' ' ' ,ull'n"'n ' A. A ZW ..4 :I i - , y j t V-634, fwugg- ,N V' - 1 ., ., .s A 1 r 4 ,495 , , .. ,, 5,-L-,A 4 , ,,, .who . ,J . .. li .L . V, . , f- ,W . ,A ,-,g'..':L.l B Af fi x N it-:X 'Q . id, gab- Si Q J , X Sw - E , J al ENGINEER Jack Fosfer, presidenl' of ihe School of Engineering was an acfive mem- ber of lnierschool council. Pioneer Wings, fhe fly boys and girls, soared 'lo 'fame wi'l'l1 ifs cross couniry flighr plans under his presidency. Tapped by ODK Fosfer was a member of fhe several engineering hon- oraries. I97 Pioneers is DYNAMIC Berl' Harriman, presideni of +he school of Business Adminisiraiion, de- 'Fea+ed 1'he A. K. Psi machine 'For ihe iirsi' 'lime in many years. Known on boih cam- puses, ihe bizad generalisimo foughi and go'l' a new siudenf union +ha'l' is envied by ihe more social minded campus sludenfs. NT , xxx T , 2? F Q7 K -5 V K Q-Ts K N. NNN Q52 fwfww f-ff r ff aa 1l',iDxD 2 lil PANHELLENIC presidenl' M'aggie Murphy was on 'lhe go all year guiding fhe Greeks. This vivacious brune'He ar- ranged for 'ihe annual Panhel formal. Pasi presicleni of The'I'a Phi Alpha Maggie found +ime for fhe Kynewisbolz, Paralceefs, and +o head ihe WSSF drive. if 1.35-4 A faqs-af KAPPA DELTA Presidenf Irene Pedicino was one of flue mosi' acfive women on campus. An arf maior Irene is a member of Delia' Phi Delia and is aciive on Cam- pus Commission. Proving fhai beaufy can go wifi: brawn we find her a member of WAA and RAC. SCHOLAR Beebe Sloan fool: aboui' every scholasfie award presenfed al' 'l'l1is ina+i+u+ion.' Presidenf of Beia Gamma Sigma and Commerce Menfors, Beebe Q managed +o find fime for Moriar Board and io be secrefary of AWS. This dimin- 5? mix asa. f 'X faq M242 0 fixes 5 j 1 51' Q, N Q . - Qi Qi Q if -:Sf --'S' I ufive brain package made wHo's wha. I UUE I UD I - 0 S 25 g F , ff 3 n lg 4 in A X U I99 6? f fl S 535 l as 1 J l I: l l Pioneers A.W.S. intricacies were held under con- frol by Doro'l'hy Sweel. During Doro'lhy's 'l'erm somelhing new was added -'lo lhe PCW.S. Banquet 'lhe selec+ion of lhe five Misses. This +radi'I'ion s'l'ar'l'ed by Miss Sweel will indeed be welcomed. ' nf, ,l f MORTAR BCARD prexy Janice Warner spenl mosi' of her lime in 'l'he Gas House. We find fhis charming chemisi in Ameri- can Chemical Socieiy, Alpha Sigma Chi, lol'a Sigma Pi, Pi Delia Thela and lsolopes, a 'lruly oufsianding presidenl of Morlar Board. , -+ 1 x 5 In 'f X L 1- - Q 4 -N -, ' X x X 5 'LT Whos Who Among Students in American Universities F and Colleges Judy Bershaw Beverly Bidwell Stanley Boulier Maria Casagrande Lowell Clark Leo Ford Jack Foster Emily Girault Burt Harriman John Hasstedt J Betty Lou Junker John Karamigios Jean MacNeill Margaret McKenny Patsy Mulligan Margaret Murphy Jean Clney Irene Pedicino Galen Rarick Lenore Schatz Beebe Sloan William Spangler Dorothy Sweet Letha Traver Shirley Jo Van Fleet Fred Vondy Janice Warner Norman Whalen '- Q s Q 19 , 'IMF ll N o O 9 Oo O c- - ' - ffl l - - J Wi at A-2 .. E53 - f J' ffl 20I W S Presents A.W.S. BANQUET .November l2, I946 E5SlE XNHITE coHN When la group of lovely ladies Choose a lovely lady who In 'lheir opinion is lovely loo ll' is nol' loo 'surprisinq lo 'find - Thai' lhe qualilv is so high as +o leave Who's who behind, as you perceive. Now fhe firsl lovely lady Whom l'll inlroduce fo you ls an oulslanding beaufy Wifh friendliness and leadership 'loo She is versaiile and amiable, buf lo ring +he alarm She has undeniable, superlalive, exceeding 'friendly charm. lniroducing Miss CHARM, Maggie Murphy. Miss Personality 202 i Miss Charm The second lovely lady lo sfep upon The dias ls one who aflracls from fha men very audible sighs She's sfeadfasf and reliable, beauiiful and sweef She's one wilh whom you like 'lo work Secure in 'lhe knowledge lhal' she'll noi shirl: Her parf. Bui' above all wifh all her versaliliiy Whal' characlerizes her is Personalily Introducing Miss PERSONALITY, Janice Warner. ff 1 Miss Leadership The nexf lovely lady in order of selecficn ls dependable and able and has a pazedilecfion For infelligence and Service. She's a sfudeni She is helpful and she's prudenf She's a fine person and she's very brighi Maybe you've guessed and maybe you're righi lnfroducing Miss SCHOLARSHIP. Beebe Sloan. Here's anofher lovely 'lady She has won your hearf before i Her poise and abilily have broughf her fo flue 'fore Erudife in learning, sweefness +o fhe core She's an able leader as you've all known before. so when +he ship is se+ 'io sail We recognize her charm, and service, and hail I 1 Miss LEADERSHIP, Doroihy swan. l V4 :jg-Ig V, I, 4 S Miss University of Denver Miss scholarships I And now io a lovely lady we come l - Whose exceeding charm and respbnsibilify some Class as superlaiive. Her abilify is 'rremendous 4 Her ialenfs are many, her compefence siupendous. Of characfer and personelify she is possessed 1 Of leadership she is admirably blessd We cannof from qualifies find one iiem 'lo delefe, so allow me fo presenf As MISS UNIVERSITY OF DENVER, Shirley Jo Van Fleer. 1 203 U i i l L l . L S ed--. no as 2,209 seem Nominated by the group represented and judged by William Chilton, Photographer: Vance Kirkland. Artist: Bobette Turner. Feminist 204 o A . 5 . V. , jf . gi ,,1v,f,-,1,,r..:-, . H1 " ., L 'b-.2-HQ." M W H , w "':' 5' 1 ., wr, w: A 3:-.,!.,ki-,:.- W., 1444. lim., V "-: X mf 'ff yr Z- - I . X X 1 V . 1 1 1 ': 7 1. 1" ,E J-1 mafia- .1 W. , W . , . ,f,J:vga,f. W Q4 ' ,"1'3.w YJ., 111, va M- iii?" lx- 1 - vw..-.7:ifi '21 Wf?:':fu'?..'f -. M4 . UU135r.l:.-gg ,, -,wi I--V 'fi'-Q, Y NP' iiiigf 'Vial' -F L.3i5,.5,, -.g Y'15jyJ,','. , ,- .fa 1- 1--va - ' '.,f,L' ' Q 'Y .- Bwfg-l'A': I 1--' ' " 53- I I . w - ' ' ' N 1 uf , A , v 1 , X - as 'X , . 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'it' 2 A A Miss A.-une Mmkoff, Delta Phi Epsilon Miss Maggie Murphy, Theta Phi Alpha -Q.,-f M W' i , Y-,, V , i fl - AA qb., 1551 . . 1 , - 33 Miss Marcia Ratzer, Alpha Gamma Delta H Miss Elaine O'Brien, Gamma Phi Beta J ,- ., . M ,X f ' Miss Carolyn Williamson, Pi Beta Phi Miss Edla Wilson, Sigma Kappa E ' I ijrilgz y f 2 l an lb -s, fda N S 'Y -A X 1 ,. ..,. , Y .f,.M A .. I 11.-.?:f,. -A , -A-.1 .- f. -.1 , Y ,,,:. ,i A-f Q.. , ...L ...., . .. .-.v.....,,,,,,,g,,,' . y 43: SQUAD PICTURE Row I: Match, Ford, Bower, Taylor, Woytek, Riddell, Peeklnpaugh, Karamigios, Hazelhursf, Hand. Row 2: Yates, Sfrohm, lflonstein, Pavich, Saraclno, Kunz, T. Baker, Webben Miller, Razer, Edwards. Row 3: Hyllegard, Browning, Nelson, Meyers, Wesfbay, Cockran, Ellis, Kaanz, Errut, O. Bake. The Denver Universify, Pioneers slarfed fasi' in lhe I946 foo'l'ball season, bui began io slip downward near 'Phe close of fhe year and salvaged a 'lie for lhe Big 7 championship. Their lirsl' opponenl' was ihe lhen undefeaied Olnla- homa A8xM Cowboys, fealuring Bullel'-Bob Fenimore, fhe Aggies' 'l'wo-'lime All-America baclulield sfar. Following 'lhis fill' 'Phe locals mel' 'lhe Big Six league favoriie, Kansas U., which boasied such nalionally famous players as Ray Evans, Don Fambrough and O'H'o Schnellbacker. Head Coach Clyde "Cac" Hubbard's gridders opened fheir defense of ihe Big 7 'lille wilh four sfraighl' vicfories over league opponenis, a series blem- ished by a 2l 'lo 6 loss 'lo Texas Tech of lhe Border loop. The Pioneer aggregalion 'loppled BYU, Colorado Aggies. and Uiah Universily before iheir defeal' ai' 'lhe hands of fhe Red Raiders 'lo fhe Soulh. 216 ,l'QF" W' "3"if"L Ingqufii-ai-r "5l-g---- xl! 5 i- -- --- - ---- . -. .- .vi-.-...fx ,..f -. - . i...,..-,, - ,,, room LL .Ae.-Erggfgn . vm f f,.:,,,' gf? n 2- ' -nfl? V Ng- LE -"'-H j , Ni 2f -Y ll 1 in ll 1 Elf? Q- 'P' Vi I r l U f la fiiifir. i':grA"d. 5? .. .1 35-'xii . 1 ' The Cowboys from Wyoming were ihe nexi viciims Denver U. accepied a bowl bid from 'ihe San Anfonio of 'lhe Pioneers and ihe game befween DU and CU -promolers and mel The powerful Hardin-Simmons Cow- ended in a -lie. Denver roufed 1-he Celerede College boys in 'ihe 'lirsi' annual Alamo Bowl game. The Pioneers Tigers 28 to 6 and finished i-he regular geagon bowing droppetl 'rhis one fhus keeping iniaci' ils record of losses 'lo 'I'l1e inspired Uiah Aggies, 'ihe 'loam which 'lhe locals 'io inlersecfional opponenfs. lied for ihe Big Seven buniing. E Z' CHEERLEADERS, L. 'lo R.: fronl row, Beverley Logan, Lucille Danx, and Derig Remine .. .back row: Sieve Jenovich, Carl Royer, Bob Abney. V . in 1 1. ll ,V-..4..5a3i'r'f--fi :fur -1 -. "4 fl flttf? ' '- ' ' 4' - ' . ,a1.3fs:5. ' , ,tv .Z.:js.T',, ,Lg-': X A V. -1 -I f ' . 1 X ,, , ... "-"3 ,A ' '13 " ELLISON KETCHUM head baslefball coach MARK DUNCAN' assgsfanf coach Head Fooiball Coach Clyde "Cac" Hubbard direcied 1'he Denver Universify 'foofballers 'lo an- ofher conference 1'i'l'le. This second conseculive hip +o 'Phe fhrone room was ioined by U+ah's Aggies. r "Cac," who finished his sixfh year as head coach of ihe red and gold eleven, was under fire of siudenf profesi' during lhe win+er monfhs. as fhe sfudenis led an aH'emp+ fo replace fhe eniire coaching sfaff-"in quesi' of a big name coach 'For big name foofballf' This s1'orm quelled and soon was 'forgo'H'en. DEMEYER mqmmu,-,lg BOB DAVIS assisfanf coach DAVE WYATT, business manager E-1:'11"x ff Q Qf Z ,f - , K ru,-,'g - :' R. J 9 i I1 ian 1- .isa A If--jr , .gr-A .,-'-' I 4 '1 A '-L11-I . T--'iff' . wi A A " 'N 3fElf3f'f-5 - A nf' 1- Ft, y f A i A i Q ,Q "Ti y"2i', 4 .-vi'-Q-fa , i i P N :f f 9 j V X5 A 'li d . 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P afwshffmffxia - A Paul McClung, Mar uncan, :son e c um Bob Davis and Mike Jurich worked wifh 'l'he line aspiranfs and fhe backfield. wor e Bob Davis and Mark Duncan now head fhe shape' coaching siaff of The Colorado A. 8: M. gridders. fi pr' kD EII' K 1- h , Assisfani' Coach Dan Sfaveley, who was in eluded as a bruni' bearer of 'rhe siudenf uprising, k d wirh Hubbard in whipping 'l'he 1'eam in1'o -A-'A 1 A 'fffa 1 Y V , -I ,- , , A . J YW. H 'I - iq ,d s gif, za, ...Jai ,,.f- K ' maga- 4 Lsff io righf: Wya'H', Jurich, Duncan, Hubbard, Sfaveley and Kefchum. lj,-I' .133 2 Hanlhurst lUl'agsl Vannoy faces horde of Pioneer facklers. 'l' 1 l' DU 7, Oklahoma -.-,-v',- . Karamlglos ' -is Wifi?-"' -fg-ef! - ' - c we- "f , -v' jr' we -3-, npr. -K 22' Wfi V o. - wif: . flow, - V v -' ' .'."-',- .. L V- ...IJ 4-gc .v. ,K 47 , V 'I flu" ' 5 . 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The Pioneersopened l'he day's scoring as Aggie back Bob Fenimore bloclced a pass which ul'l'ima'l'ely sailed info 'lhe arms of end Ed Lesar, who wailed in 'lhe end zone. The Cowboys scored bul Twice in lhe firsl half and lhings looked bright for lhe Denver cause bu? in ihe second half il was a differenl slory as 'lwo-lime All- America 'baclc Fenimore and his undersfudy li'Hle Joe Thomas led 'l'he Aggie al"lacl:. The slampede, which s'l'ar'l'ed in lhe' la+l'er parl' of 'l'he firsl half, gained full speed in lhe 'linal 30 minulfes of play as Bullel'-Boi Fenimore ran wild lo score almosl al' will againsl' lhe green Denver leam. T 1 Y, ...e -..., ....-..,.-., ,., Y . . , - W . -Y - - ,--,,,....,,.,..,..,,,,.,.,,-,. . -... f- .., . ,., .,. ..,, ..Y.. ..-.,..,-, Ye-. .-. ..,., .,..f ....,.,,.....,,... ,. :n.nuu:n.,,,,,..L.--1... ,,v.4 , . r..-, .. -- lKansasl players unscrambling afier line heel. DLI I3, Kansas U. ll The iouied Jayhawlxers and 'lhe Pioneers squared away in whai' appeared 'io be a fasf evening of 'iooiball ai' leasi' in ihe firsi' half, bui' fhai' old villian "fumble" arrived 'lo plague 'lhe locals' cause and 'lhe visifors from 'lhe wheaf bell' proceeded 'le oufscore the Denver loam, 2l 'io I3. Hazelhursi's fumble led fo 'l'he firsi' Kansas score as Ray Evans immediaiely iiched 'io Schnellbaclrer on 'ihe Denver I5, and 'ihe Ja hawk end romped over for fhe iirsi 'I'ally. Fambrough, 'Lrmerly of Second' Air Force and Texas AGM. added ihe exfra point Wes Weber 'iurned a possible score for 'l'he op- plonenfs info a counier for our side as he speared Mc- u'H's pass on fhe DU 26 and dashed 74 yards fo pay diri' and ihe Pioneers' lirsi' score. Miller opened a- fair season as he made ihe conversion from placement Riddell Kansas refurned 'io fhe scoring +erri'l'ory and iallied affer a susfained drive. Ray Evans, 'Former Second Air Force Siar, and Bud French collaborafed for 'ihe Jay- hawks' 'ihird score: Fambrough converfed afior bofh scores. The Pioneer passing a'H'aclr began cliclri-ng in 'ihe wan- ing minuies of 'lhe fray as Lee Kunz, Don Rezzer and Andy Pavich s arlred a 56 yard drive culminafed by'a 'loss from Pavich fo end Greg Browning in ihe end zone. The conversion affempi was bioclced. 22I 4 ., , .,,,.,,, N, ,, Y . ., . -,, - , . . it . -,AN ,ri -- W g-rs.-, -,Q 5 Q na,-. 'A 'xj' -. AA ,. , ..,4 X . - , . h .. , ,.. ,. -1- ., :.v.'.-.. M, 'mx 5... -,rl ,g., 1 K-,,,-,egrza -.'. -, ,a A .... ,,,,, 'P , ALJ-., -..s,.- f . -- , '- Yr Evans races Miller io a Touchdown. Yates News -- ,'-"""'-. T4 " .: ,fini - 1 - l . ',' sa -, 'wx g 'j,,j2-Y-'55 " . -. ,!' .A . W-l1"71'.::r ' gi Q Jfgl- ' 4 9 ', Y ,arg-if ' f.j':..4'-Q., , .ggxligs , I 1-is.-:T . .,'f'..wef,5. Thomas . V F135 ,Q A W. '31,-17f.L.u'ff,.., il 'Z 4,-7-V' iw,- . .+1:.:?:4:j1esff,-7ii..f'-is "!?'??v2 DU 26, Brigham Young U. I3 The Pioneer grid machine o ened iis defense of ihe Big Seven +i'l'le successfully wilh an easy 26 lo I3 win over Brigham Young. The game marked fhe 'l'wenfie'I'h anniversary of +he s'l'adium on +he hilI+op, and ihe locals celebraled +he eveni by ou+playing fhe Cougars in every'depar-lmenf. The Denver ieam regisfered 'l'heir inifial score fol- lowing a 62 yard drive. and Kararnigios scored from lhe fwo. Miller conver-led. Max Jordan, Denver's All-Conference guard, halled a BYU drive 'lo pay diri' by recovering ScoHy Deeds' fumble on 'lhe DU I2. Denver was soon on fhe march again. and drove almosl' lhe lenglh of lhe field 'lo have Marcel Chai-lerlon snaich Jacl: Girlin's pass and run 85 yards unmolesled fo score: Dixon's conversion aflempr was good and lhe score was 'lied 7-7. The Pioneers boasled a I4 ro 7 half-lime lead by virfue of Peclcinpaugh's pass 'lo Greelry Karamigios and 'Phe la'Her's 52 yard dash 'lo score. Miller converled. Lee Kunz scored Denver's rhird louchdown in 'the lhird period and Bob "Saleh" Riddell slriried righl' end for lhe locals' final rally of 'Phe evening. BYU scored 'lheir 'final marlrer' in 'Phe 'linal sfanza playing againsi' fha 'lhird and fourlh sfringers wi'I'h an 80 yard drive fol- lowing fha Pioneer lziclroff. , EA lf' xii 5 ,-l ' :Wir if , g gil , e f , E Huelhunf plch up yardage on a line plunge. 1 lv i f Xl Morris DU 33, Colo. A 8 M O Denver's second league o pononi' was 'lhe Farmers from Forl' Collins. and fhe Colroredo Aggies wenl down lo defeei, 33 lo I3. The plunging of Chucl: Painfer and assing of Bob Hainlen were noi' enough 'lo overcome fha fasl moving Pioneer fide and Denver capifulaied on every oppor- funiiy fo score anofher easy verdici. The Pioneers used 'lheir reserve baclrs fhroughoul' mosf of lhe con'l'es'l and feafured fhe playing of Riddell and Roy Edwards. The game was marred by concurreni' 'fumbles by borlh 'feams all nighf. fo 'lhe dismay of 'lhe shivering fans in fhe slands. 1 , 223 Y 5 Is . K Taylor i'i'i'l lllf Ufes swamp Keramigios for a loss 1371! I N if- :Am i 1 Godin DU 6, Texas Tech. 2I wlhf The Pioneers played a credifable game againsi the Red Raiders bui dropped fhe decision 2l 'lo 6. Hazelhursi' fumbled and The power-laden men of Tech recovered on ihe DU 7 and immediafely scored on an end run by Smilh: he also added lhe exlra poin'l'. Smifh end Robne'H', Tech fullback, collaboraied fo move ihe ball across +he DU goal, and Smiih made fhe second of his 'lhree conversions. The Pioneers were noi io be denied as Hazelhursf scored on a pass from Jael: Giriin following a 34-yard 'louch-down march. Miller missed 'lhe 'iry for poinf. Chucl: Reynolds added an insurance fouchdown for fhe Engineers on a 69 yard run near l'he end of 'lhe game, a run which he had accomplishedbefore only fofhave if 'nullified by a penalfy. Smirh added fhe final poinf of 'lhe game as his place kick splii 'Phe uprighh, 3 . ifih, I Q. , I QT- 7 V . . . ,, . ...gig .45: . . ,. , . ' .. 2 I - 1, ?' - ,vm aug, Lx, , -1f.fQ- v'if1'2r11 " ' ' 9 , ' 1 x ly Wx' J I 4: I 3 I 1 1 . i y . J P 3 0' -I 'I M Q 'ff ...l v g I' 1 4 - J - - - f A N 'g I I 5 ' N'-f g-. , . B", .1 Y a . . Yjqlfv I' Q A -I A Lwiygz' : .g I I y U we , V .I 'X W' W-'vfgigg ' .-', - .g - , in E I V' " '-' -, .'fM' ' 1 t K w , V 5 4 I Q ,Lf ' . . 1 K A ' I 2- I ' 3' I , , a' if f vw - , .et,:.c.g :,ffs"fs:-, X ., New-,..,,f, -'ff -, A 12..'2-fi7-'ffLI.1W""a-1.4552 1: -1- . -'f'fff1z',xjI,: ' 1 " A 1-C .3112-'fl -57 Karamigios races pasl defermined Aggie iaclrlers Breneke 9 Y , -friiki. ' . -. ...Egg keg ' ' ii ".",4.i'-lfifii Honsfein Q I ' " i I i Q 1 l . ',,,k.x I, I., litmus-u ' ,ggiyfg . A 7 ilk-Tin fm- zrg , V. ...ef-M Q.-y The highly ioufed Ufes from over lhe mounfains arrived in lown and in 'lhe role of favoriles were ex- pecfed lo defeal' ihe local lads in lhe final coun'I', bui' in fhe final counl, fhe Pioneers had oulplayed lhe Red- slcins lo win 20 lo I4. A crowd oif 22,000 wilh a maiorily of old grads, cheered wildly as.lhe Pioneer machine funclioned fo perfecfion for fhe firsf 'lime in +he season. The Pioneers losl no lime in ge'H'ing lo pay dir'l' as Karamigious and Hazlehursl, Denver's 'louchdown Iwins, collaboraled fo bring 'Ihe ball lo lhe Uiah len. Andy Pavich soon afferward pifched a perfecf slrilce fo Gregg Browning in' lhe end zone on a play which scored four limes in five allempls during lhe season. Miller added fhe precious exira point Lafer in 'lhe Iirsf sfanza, Rezzer gave 'lhe ball 'lo Hazelhurs+ who sliced Ihrough leff guard and raced down lhe leff sideline lo score slanding up: Browning's key block of lhe Ufe safely man erased 'lhe only hope 'lhe Indians had of cafching Ihe flee?-fooled Hazelhursl. Browning converled fhis 'lime and DU led I4 Io 0. ' if flaw: f -1- -- , , , M..,.,. - I A-+V ei.. fe ,g-up , i'-ie.. A: 1416. lu--f.'- I .:. rr 5 V !':.g,!:: A-7.1: f .Q --wiv-. 4. .L..r:'f '.fi'!"' f '91 1'.--: - ' . ' A I "- 'ff-' :f":..1" iii'- "- 1 ,'i""6.4r.Vlfw -.,-paHxf'i"' 'f-g,- .-N'---Sill ff: if 11 fi -33 ' 'Lm'i1iEiVg5"L-iff-1-?'.".-- -Efffli ' - " Jw - H3559 in fs- .i M'f'Fffg ' ff' -,-".A1:.- - 7'-ir - .lm a ims, lL 1P5y-.,2,gq.. :- l5ZIng.g!2'. .. ,if,,,. 5 ' 4? ' W, '-if 1 .lf'j.fg gif- sued- J.'.:,.'wfT'-Q . -5, ,,ri .'- ..1- ,Q ,-'vw ,--1'-I s ,..-556' ', 'f "'1H?'F:" 'fL:'1-"gif Duzo, utah u. I4 All-Conference Bob Hazelhursl scored again in fhe lhird period behind a convoy of bloclcers, buf Browning missed 'lhe placemenfg sfill 'lhe Pioneers looked safe as lhe minules passed. Cannon Parkinson. oufsfanding Ule back, scored fhe iniiial 'rally for 'Ihe yisifors wi+h a lhrilling 77 yard dash 'ro a 'louchdowng Peferson converfed for 'lhe l4+h con- secu+ive lime of 'lhe year. Darrel Hafen and Frank Nelson powered a successful drive lo score Ialer in 'lhe period and ihe Ure fullback again converfed. The score remained 20 fo I4 despife a desperale a++emp'l' by +I1e Ules 'ro alfer il. 225 "-lf . , I :W t Cochran Karamigious hits one-man stonewall n y DU I4 Fai' f, Hyllegard Utah State 28 Nelson Jay' Van Noy. a heretofore unheralded and Linder- rated back slithered up ,and down the tast nu turt and the general disability to stop him on the part ot the locals resulted in victory for the Farmers and a tie for the loop title. The Utags tinished in a tie with DU in top spot atter a long hard pull in which tliey too toppled the "mighty" Utes and lost a still debatable decision to CU in early season. Dick Romney, mentor ot this tresh- manatudded band deserves easily the title ot coach of the year in these parts as his boys 'fought tor him in each and every game and wouldn't be denied this tie tor the championship. ' Hazelhurst continued to sparl: the Pioneer attach or what was lett ot it after their easy CC victory and Gregg Frowning, Max Jordan and Joe Cribari stood out in the une. Hazelhurst, Karamigios, Browning, Jordan and Miller captured All-Conference berths on the various teams chosen throughout the region, and the rest ot the Pioneer starters were honored elsewhere in the honorable mention lists. lC.C.i Tiger back on his way behind effeciive blocking. e Maison - DU I9, Wyoming U. 6 No snow nor sleef nor gloom of nighf did half fhe Pioneers' weary flighf, and alfhough fhe locals arrived lafe for fhe fray wifh fhe Cow olces in ice bound Laramie, fhe Denver feam lzepf ifs unbllemished conference record infacf wifh a neaf I9 fo 6 vicforyu over Wyoming. A driving snowsform and fhaf hungry yearnin' ham- pered fhe Pioneers fhroughouf buf following an exchange of punfs fhe Pioneers marched fo score. Karamigios raced fo fhe Wyoming 20 and laferaled fo Pavich who covered fhe remaining disfance unmolesfed. Miller con- verfed and Denver was ahead 7 fo 0. The remainder of fhe half saw a punfing duel befween Don Rezzer and Wyoming's Henry Kolasinslri, and fhe half ended wifh Ciowboys on fhe Denver 2 as a resulf of a successful pass PaY' Troxel Bob Cooper fool: Denver's o ening lciclioff and raced 80 yards fo score. Bob Hazelhursf besfed fhis run a momenf lafer as he fool: fhe Cowpolce lriclcoif and sprinfed 95 yards fo score. Miller missed fhe conversion buf fhis comebaclc by fhe Pioneers shafiered fhe Cow- boys' hopes for vicfory. Riddell scored fhe final fally in fhe fourfh and fhe final score-I9 fo G. 227 Leatherman Kunz F Pioneer back plowed under by C.U. iacltlers. ' . V . Ladderbock DU I3, Colo. U. I3 The "big" game of fhe season 'For bo+h feams saw 'lhe Golden Buffaloes of Boulder and ihe mighfy Pioneers of Denver U. rise fo 'ihe occasion wifh a display of ex- cellenf, rugged foofball, bu'I' rhe ieams ended in sfale- maie-I3 fo I3. The CU passing game funcfioned beauiifully for ihe one and only time +his season and againsi 'ihe locals besides, buf ihe Pioneers more ihan lcepf pace wi'I'h a scinfillafing ground afiaclx. Bo'l'h 'ieams played on prac- 'iically even ie-rms 'lhroughoui' mosl' of 'lhe affernoon. The fwo reams scored af close infervals. CU counfed 'Firs'l' on a passing barrage by Tex Reilley who 'finally 'Tossed fo his old scoring buddy, Dick Woodward for 'ihe firsi score. Smifh missed +he conversion. The Pioneers 'followed wifh a 75 yard march feafur- ing Karamigious and Riddell, and finished ii' wiih a nine- yard bullef 'loss from Giriin +o Browning who scored carrying lhree CU facklers. Ai half 'iime 'rhe score was lcnoH'ed, 6-6. Hazelhursf powered ihe ball over in five plays in ihe 'Third can'!'o and Miller conver'l'ed 'lo pui' 'l'he Pioneers in 1'he lead. Reilley, Schrepferman, and Woodward collaboraied 'io score 'Following an iniercepled -pass, and Jim Smifh converfed making fhe final score I3-I3. l 'N ff' f X 19 Y L. E .J 1 QE? f y , -. ' ,- . :K , fr ' ,.1 -EU' f ? .,xx. .,, "l ' ' i"": AV? -4 -' ,l i , lfzbiilrf Q W Renar, ready io pass, is rushed by C.C. linemen. Q, 1 Ii .Q , . v' ' 1 Mlm 'Yi '. Q . ' - 'T' 4 1egQ. 'g5-321' . w als- ' ' :. Ss- 0562 , .-2,34 , aa.. r '- .F L'-N'-'VY .J-. 'J -".'UT"N:'-'6.- - , wi' ' N .E. ., f." 1517 . .J-e:amfe:.Q2: .m tm,-.,,-::: 4w:Y'?fa' as fp .. ,L H . ""' " . .f-rg. ' .-. ,- '-' P' W J' Y' 'lf 5 'J-H. ff! 1 QL. - .J-'fskisxss . r Reed F DU 28, Colo. College 6 l Bob Hazelhursl' eslablished himself as 'lhe region's oulsfanding bacl: and sure fire choice for all conference honors as he personally powered 'lhe Crimson-clad brigade lo a hilarious 28 fo 6 win over Colorado College, a long-lime nemesis of 'lhe Pioneers. Miller Wesfbay Don Rezzer, one of 'lhe na+ion's leading punlers, lrepl' fhe Tigers oul of fhe Pioneer's hair by confinually booling deep coffin-corner lciclcs, and when 'lhe Tigers succeeded fo scoring lerrifory 'lhe Pioneers would presenl' a slone- wall defense-excepi' for lhe 'lime lhal' Frifz Minufh passed 'lo George Kinnick in lhe end zone for a score. Hazelhurslh and Riddell, aided no liH'le by fhe line play and Karamigios' 'limely gains, ran and bulled fheir way fo 'lhe olher iwo Denver coun'l'ers, wilh Miller con- verfing on one of fhem. 229 611 I r- 154' L' 1' 2. F . .r' . I ' , we. ,1 ' - --.Q--L - .1 -- -..r-..- - -he V i--V--Y--Y - .-v ---- - 1 X IC.C.l Yafes rnalres key block on "The Greel's" Touchdown dash. ' Meyer! Edwards DU O, Hardin-Simmons 20 I The Big Seven co-champion Denver Pioneers accepfed 'I'heir second bowl bid in 'lwo years and iraveled fo San Anfonio 'lo pariicipafe in The firsi' annual Alamo Bowl game on January Isl. A ferrific blizzard posiponed 'l'he game scheduled for New Year's day, and fhe following Safurday fhe wealher had noi 'lhawed buf 'lhe Pioneers neveriheless 'I'oolc fhe field in a fruifless aH'emp+ fo s+op 'lhe Hardin-Simmons win sfreak of I0 sfraighf. 3,350 heavily-blankefed fans Turned oui in 28-degree weafher fo waich 'I'he Cowpokes, led by diminuiive Doc Mobley, run roughshod over ihe crimson-clad Denverifes. Hardin-Simmons' swifi' Li'Hle All-America 'lailback dashed away on fwo sparkling louchdown dashes. The Cowboys' ofher score came in fhe second period when Johnson passed fo Jackson for The score.. Denver came closesf 'lo pay diri' la'I'e in ihe fourfh sfanza when ihey losl 'I'he ball on downs wifhin fhe I0-yard line. ZX ' Oz U6 147 Nix A I W K hi GENE STEINKE, guard r '1 Basketball Wilh l24 poinls lo his credil in lhe scoring column, Gene "Slrelch" Sleinlce played a greal game al guard lor lhe Hillloppers. Gene was oul only a shorl lime during lhe season in which lime he sullered a scoring slump, bul he was soon baclr inlo lhe lhiclr of lhe aclion. The "Dream man" ol lhe coed 'ournalisls hil consislenlly w'llh a long lwo-handed push sl1ol, and drove in some- lilnes lo hil a le'l"l'-handed hool: shol. Sleinlre was caplain ol Kelchum's Camp Elliol quinlel lasl year and relurned lo college al D.U. inslead ol Wichila, where he had sludied lwo years previous lo his mililary service. ROY NELSON reserve QL The Pioneers had a second live lhal was small bul lighlning lasl and conlained lols of scoring punch. ln- cluded on lhe second leam were "Ike" Mulholm: former Lakewood flash, Diclcie Yales, rough and ready guard well lznown lo D.U. fans, Jerry Ollo, lhe "All-American Gremlin," Roy "The Bal" Nelson, who performed lor lhe Camp Elliol club lor lwo years, and "Small Paul" Con- nelly, diminulive speedsler from Sl. Thomas college who broke inlo lhe lineup several limes during lhe year. 232 Enlire baslrelball squad piclure, lronl row: Gene Sleinlre, Jaclr Hauser, Bill Weimar, Paul Hlrllley, Kenney Jaslrow. Middle Row: Coach Ellison Kelchum, Bal Nelson, Diclr Yales, Jerry Ollo, Paul Connelley, and assislanl coach Marlr Duncan. Back row: Roy Saunders, lrainerg Jake Brighl, George Simons, Bernie Reed, llxe Mulholm, Jerry Hughes, Arl Fallon, and Manager Vince Baur. . , x 'l w -1 a, X-nf l :lil E39 f ill ' , f 'l 3 wg, s 1' i -, X ' -f ' 'l f'5LE1l"Q , lialarii 'Z' Q- . . CJ- fag ' ,v 1, V . Q ,.. Q l XY 4 1, th Til'-J'-1 . Lac' ' 1:51 '1 1.63-rl gi: Er' I :,'. 'T '. L:.-V.- Z hlliigf :xg-.Vifqi-fg , JAKE BRIGHT, B-leam forward LOREN HAYS, reserve guard The Denver baslceieers won eighi' oul' of I2 outof- lown confesfs fo fi-nish 'lhe season wifh a respectable road campaign record. The Pioneers losl' fo fhe powerful Creighfon Blueiays in +he Dralze lourney, wenl down 'lo defeaf in Ufah U. and Wyoming ierriiofy, and falfered in fhe lasf period fo lose 'lo Oklahoma U. ai' Norman, Okla. Denver played one close game wifh each of 'rhe league leaders, Wyoming- and Ufah, fhen wenl' fariher info 'lhe lailend of scores on second meefings. Bul 'che Pioneers shook off bad sfaris againsi' 'lhe Ufags and Buffalos fo go on io a good season. S+anforcl's Indians and lhe San Francisco l'eam defeafed o'l'her prominenl' 'reams in ihis region, bu? mel' defeaf a+ fhe hands of fhe Pioneers, fhus gefling 'lhe locals lheir inifial foofhold in fl-oe headlines. - PAUL HICKEY, cenler IKE MULHOLM, reserve forward Basketball Bill Weimar refurned fo lhe hardwood affer an absence of 'lhree seasons. He more 'lhan duplicafed his sensafional performances of his freshman season as he was always fhere for 'rip-ins. His defensive performance was widely heralded as among 'lhe besf in fhe league in 'l'l-nal' deparfmenf. The Pioneers were shorf on fall men 'lhis season, a dilemma which showed effecf in fhe foughor games. Pivol' Man Paul Hickey was fhe ofher long- shanlced performer for 'lhe sfarfing quinfef. Season scores complete: Record: 16 wlns, 'ID losses. D.U. 49, Lowry Field 39. D.U. 56, Hardin-Simmons 31. D.U. 51, Texas Wesleyan 62. D.U. 35, Lowry Field 41. D.U. 54, San Francisco 43. D.U. 44, Greeley 43. l D.U. 35, Creighfon 47. D.D. 63, Soulh Dakota 38. D.U. 48, Stanford 47. - D.U. 50, Colorado 54. 4.7-P' ,, D.U. 5'l, Greeley 50. 'i ' fl D.U. 44, U.A.C. 45. D.U. 47, C.A.C. 39. D.U. 64, 8.Y.U. 51. D.U. 57, C.A.C. 44. D.U. 38, Wyoming 63. D.U. 51, Colorado 41. D.U. 50, Utah 56. ' D.U. 38, Okla. U. 42. D.U. 66, 0.6.0. 38. D.U. 32, Wyoming 38. D.U. 38, Uhh 63. D.U. 64, Mlnos 41. D.U. 83, Mines 60. D.U. 59, 8.Y.U. 56. D.U. 44, U.A.C. 39. 22 JERRY OTTO, reserve guard l '- 'V . "Q ""' ' . .. -.,I. -1A . Y ,- - gh. . y F f. .. . Q- ' NV. T' L. . ' , BERNIE REED, B-feam .cenfer PAUL CONNELLEY, reserve guard 12,5 F .- 4a .. "Tall Paul," as he was aflecfionafely called by his mafes, blossomed inlo a lop-ranl: compefifor affonl spending mos'l' of 'lhe season ouf of fhe spoflighf. He began lo use his heighf lo real advanfage recenl' fo 'lhe seaso'n's finish and he is expecfed fo be righf in fhere among fha 'lop cenfers in fhe loop nexl' season. His pef sl1o'l, and mosf consisfenl' poinl gelfer, was a one-handed fliclr of fhe wrisf shof which he hir from all sides. lv Q V7 J 1.. --' --sf,-1-sr -X-1-.-iq, A' ' "" ' -Y' is - l .Q Q- g. ,,:-.tglg -own, ry 1 H, :Mig ,115-Z ., ,.H,- L ,- my .F---,W-sgzffg '. " ' -2 -. f - ' -, I X 21- . 3' N . ' X, , ,elf 'xi' .-- slr. 'xi' V 1, 1 -sais 1, vw.: - -,wg ww rp., V -1 -,fzl-.ffl H I -1-91 "'fQi?f " -Z -' . . - KENNY JASTROW, all-conference 'Forward GEORGE SIMONS, B-feam confer X BILL WEIMER, forward, honorable menlion all-conferefwb ART PATTON, reserve confer Jack Hauser won ihe regional scoring championship for lhe second siraighl' season wifh a 'loial oulpuf of I39 poinis. Jaclc sfill hi'I' from 'far ouf and close in as he did in his lirsl season in Pioneer uniform. The scoring burden was lighlened no liflle from Hauser's shoulders, as he was one of a frio of consisfenl poinl' geffers in Jaslrow, Hauser and Weimar. Baslrefball Coaches Mark Duncan and Ellison Kefchum- M K I , , ' 1- 4-if-- v4vI1g,e1,j.?:c..'., si .. wif, I - . ':-I"" '1 .. 'gg L :f p ':f,,.,- , 1211 ' 'f-aJig..k.,Y:ffQfg :vg' t..., i w, QF. j ,Z-,L .. 4. l .1:,-1fwg.'t3mwf- , +L.-. H, -- - +11 ' ., ,, K .vQS3.,f,Gu4.iv.,.n, .kgqihizy I M ,- 4 .L qw.- .si .1..L....x'i2nz.fcfsQ+: : -TJ Denver Universi+y's ski -feam enjoyed a very success- ful year and was hailed as one of fhe best During Chris+mas vacaiion fhey iourneyed 'lo Sun Valley fo com- pe+e in a large in+ercollegia+e meet Alooui' iwenfy schools from all over +he Uni+ed Sfaies fool: parf wi'I'h D. U. coming in 5+h. The girls' leam 'look Hrsi place in mosl' of fheir meefs wifh Barbara Kidder leading 'l'he way. The 'leam's greai' success inspired many o'l'her siudenis 'lo fake 'I'o 'rhe boards and +ry fheir luclc al' +his mos? ihrilling of all sporis. 'ii Q, F -.- 1 'NP fy, . Qxaifshiwg ' 7fYf1E,-gwgil '-it ' . ,A "Pi . sag1,."1',4?!'Wf' ,Q -Liigsgf . sz - ' , 552.1 Nfg f 2 1 Ba eball 'N 4 - f The Universfy of Denver baseball 'loam finished fhe I946 season in a firsf-place lie wi'I'h Colorado U. Our co-champions had a record of 23 viciories and ihree sei- baclrs. The ieam refurned almost com leiely in+ac+ ihis spring and wen'I' gunning for championship reieniion. Clyde Hendricks. regular firsi baseman lasi' year was baclr ai' 'l'ha'l' osi' 'lhis year. Assisling him ai' 'this spoi' was Bob Hirsch, red headed slugger who plays a lei' of ball in righi field. The resi' of ihe infield was comprised of 'lhai' greai' defensive duo back from lasl' year's +eam, namely, Dulce Braiford af second base, Johnny Hammond as shorfsfop. Hammond and Brafford shared 'I'heir dufies wifh Jerry O'H'o and Johnny Karamigios. The caiching deparfmeni' was again well sfaffed wil-h 'lhe re'l'urn of leHermen Jacl: Girfin and Dan Mesch and +he addifion of le'H'erman Mel Schwarh. Girfin again carried mos'l' of 'l'he baclcsfop load for 'lhe Pioneers. The Pioneer mound corps was well sioclned wiih reli- able ,and well-lcnown flinqers. Ari' Dollaghan, former S+. Francis ace, who played semi-pro las-I' year, aided 'lhe D.U. cause no lil-fle. Jim "Annie" Carier, Bobby Folfz refurned io sfrenglhen +he pifching deoarfmenf. . The baseball ieam was coached 'lhis yeqr by Dan Sfavely who relieved Adam Esslinger, coach ol las? sea- son's co-champions. J w .- Q .nu-' 4. . ,,, -Ln. Tenni 240 3 in QYNVEQ nvnur ERS ' Affer a highly successful I946 season, 'llwe Denver Pioneer Tennis feam reiurned +o +l1e courfs for 'rhe I947 season much s+reng+l'1enecl and op+imis+ic of a good season. Coach Francis Garih greefed numerous reiurning lef- +ermen who raised his hopes considerably. -Frank Ross, Pu'I' Hill, Jack Ormsbee, Glen Hines, Grover Jacobs and Joe Geyer re+urned fo +l1e aciion 'l'l'1is season ancl irepresenlecl fhe Crimson ancl Golcl very well. The doubles combinafions of Hines and Ormsby, ancl Hill and Jacobs were fhe spearheacls of fhe Pioneer rackel' aH'ack. --v- if - - -H----f f - -f---- - f --WW-W "ff-1. TY W ' ' 9- -wwf ----w"f12'ffr.f'fr. ' 1.1-,"""'11.-M'..i+ "fp-f'.' l,eQ'fyff1--f2'J--R1 f A ' 1 ,rv-V fl"-'-1?5i1,,""Q.":, fi- , , 4'-'V' A :.'- M , 1' Vi 1 Vw., 1. . ,V V N Wrestling Coach Dain Slaveley's malmen had a very good season considering lhe numerous changes which 'loolr place wilhin 'l'he ranlcs. The Hughes brolhers, Gus and George, were 'lhe mosl consislenl' poinl' geH'ers 'For 'l'he Pioneer squad. The leam splil march series wiih mosl' of lhe 'leams of l'his region excepl, of course. Colorado Aggies, who sped fo anolher wreslling 'li'l'le. Bob Harval was anolher consislenl' winner for lhe Pioneers, as was George Nalcayama, who joined lhe 'leam in mid-season. i I ll A i i A " Q1 wir .. Wai., - ,....- . , -'-- ... .-2.0-1 -- f----ML WIMMI C5 fx. 533 E5 1 '1 ri 1 i '5 Q I , , J- ,V I ' 1 wi ' ' 1 GOLF fi ' Y, v , i ir V, A- -X 1 -4 'W In figil. - v--X . fr. i ,, 'KX . . 1 km f 242 I . Na , -IFB' Q . Under fhe skillful direciion of Coach Paul McClung, The Denver Universiiy swimming Team splashed lhrough a 'Fair season. Alihough ihey did noi come 'Through viciorious in every maich, +he Pioneer mermen gave a greai' accouni of Themselves in every evenr and made +he opposiiion husfle for every poini' scored. Floyd Blake, Russ Gusfafson, Phil Condif, and Jim Popeloy were The principal poin+ winners for 'rhe Denver cause. . Homer Daniels, Gene Jenkins, Paul Jensen, Jim Kyle, Brio Marrinelli, Bill Morrison, and Gaylord Thompson were oiher oufsfanding performers. Led by Charles "Babe" Lind, 'The Denver Universi'I'y Pioneer golf +eam began +he I947 link season in quesi' of a second consecufive conference iifle. The defending Big 7 champions refurned almosi' iniaci 'This year and a closely foughi scrap for 'rhe fiile was in prospeci as fhe olher schools were bols'l'ered also. Babe Lind was runnerup in +he Naiional Collegiale golf Tourney las+ spring, in addiiion To finishing second in The men's Trans-Mississippi and won +he s+a+e golf +i+le lasi summer. Teaming wi'l'h Lind were Ray Lifzo, Will Neiderhui, Bob Oberg, Elvern Brockman, Bill Schneider, Bill Lind, and John Kilgore. Harold Haddock, one of The region's lop amaieurs, was unable 'lo compere. A. r v i, TRACK The Universiiy of Denver hack foam look fo fhe cinder paihs and 'Field lhis year wiih an array of 75 aspiranis, including experienced hands and 'I'he usual siock of green maferial which seems +o furn up habiiually in +he D. U. sfadium each spring. A Kenny Yahvah, Jack Horn, Adam Berry and Queni' Bakke were +he reiurning le'Herme-n harkening 'l'o Coach Mike Jurich's call, and +hey were 'l'he only sfandoul per- formers io bear ihe crimson and goldg Mike Jurich was of one fime one of ihe lop shoi' pui' specialisfs in +his region, and fool: 'lo 'lhe helm upon ihe resignaiion of Bob Davis, who wen'I' 'lo work al' Aggies. in RECREL-HT 0N 'ern' - "'-vw.: X 1 az',.v::n.,,.w , ' -1 fx. ,- ,,d,... 244 1 I v i 's Bill Tai'I', Direcfor of Recreaiion. . :V K V, ' -' .Y. L, ,ylzl I mi- X, -r I-L -,V yn 1411 -ea ibn :Puri-:fx xx I ...NL .75 it .-'bg W- YL' if.J'V2fx. r. ij' 1' Q. . , ' M. 2:4 . '-1-'94 -ai-igTE:",',6'ifh.L MQ? .'f1Q3z.f- jg, It .Lrg , .Nigga Q 5 I 1 " - . usd:-..A.i:-P s ""' " WL ..- an 1 5, x 4, -Q . . ,r. ca---A ' 4, is , . . .. -- f . r ,,. i J ,F--13,1 f ,T ,..1'- ,J . 1- 1,5 Q V .., -' ,. 3 . ln.. ' ' M, f-5...43gd'+3f2T5 'M A , , ..:.,r ' J ' f f -nw-Ur. -s' MB- ,.f.ar- p 4 ' -- in Eli' . if" if . . 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Egsnbh-,gf-ii'-v-!PQZiL5'i' "4 if 'EA,:35'll.1f',"Nnv--.W J ' W V " ai':..T-Tl'i2'?3'--' i- f T" ' " - ig+5:H.:3!"1iV-ff' if'-sr, f.I " sf i " 'ful T 'Til Swimming, lennis, archery, bowling, riding, golf, field- hockey, sofiball and moderndance give 'lhe Physical Educaiion coed a wide variely of sporis in which +o prac- 'lice her daily dozen. Thrice weekly P. E. classes are re- quired for all 'Freshman women. Somelhing new was added lhis year wilh a weekly lec'l'ure series on 'ihe rela- fionship of Phys. Ed. +o fhe ofher fields of educa+ion. Professors from such deparimenis as Psychology, Ari, Music and Physiology were guesi speakers, and illus- halved. ihal' physical educafion is more 'lhan iusl' ihe building up of +he body. The girls who decide +o maior in Phys. Ed. have a siiff course fo go fhrough. A "B" average is required as well as a cer+ifica+e in Teaching. The deparfmenl' was en- larged ihis year wi'I'h ihe addi'l'ion of several new siaff members. 'The E. field is broken i'n'I'o four divisions: Sporis, Recreafion, Theory and Modern Dance, and maiors are pul ihrough 'lhe ropes on all four. E 8 4 w 'r 7 V f - .QQ...,Z...4..e,1-,2.--,,V:.t,,,..,,,,,.,..,,,,,. . , . ,ig ,,-.J ella X 4. A N H ,axex dxixefs " 0 3 gif, Nr - 7 R 4 I N X ! 5,4239 T-ij-'X lg 4. . , f Vufw 1:1 1' xy N, As- -N i , 3 i ,5 1 ,y Y - 1 , , w. - ,, , i , x , rf 1 e ,, .-3 xsrjd. ... 1, N, J' i .. 1 1 a , H llliiyw l Wi W l 'Will 'll ll? 'a-6? nv 1 v' 1111 Twenly fralernify represenlalives-each prexy and one allernale member-casl aside lheir homework and girlfriends every lhird Thurs- day nighl llheorelically anywayl and meel as members of lhe lnierfralernily Council. The lnler-fral' Council-olherwise known as ihe men's Panhellenic-promoles inleresl and cooperalion and irons oui' difficullies among fhe fralernilies on campus. Phi Sig Louis Cohen is chief mogul lhis season, assisfed by Counselor Waller Jewell, olherwise ihe adminisiralive assislam' lo lhe Dean of Sludenls. 'il l' ' iff' 'JP -- lf: LA ' ,. . 1. Ll5s:QQ'.' 'I bv' W C 'I 'X xl l"':'! F , a-is -:C a If 1 ' gm: 1 or 'rl- l V 4- am If ., 1:22 .vi ,im ,Sf my fp... Row I: James Argetis, Ray Ball, Stanley Boulier, Louis Cohen, Harold Delander, Lowen De5hon, Hal Dickey, Robert Edminsfon. Row 2: .lack Ehrhart, Jack Foster, Ivan Goldstein, Robert Griffen, William Harris, Bruce Hieder, Sfanley Mlckelhost. E Row 3: Robert Paul, Francis Petty, Charles Powell, William Reilzer, Calvin Powers, Richard Theander, Don Thomas. 25I of, -if Row 1: James Argetls, Robert Aushn, Wllllam Bell Orvulle Bemsh Dave Boardman Robert Boqas, Joe Carlson Alfred Coons Row 2: Delbert Cox, Tom Cox Daune Craven, Rnchard Davxs Howard Demery, Charles Ebert, Albert Eckerdt Robert Elhs Row 3: Floyd Fredrick, James Frye, John Garner Robert Glanz Darrel Glenn, Woodrow Haley Robert Hart Davld Hatch Row 4: Kenneth tlershinger, Clarence I-leyer Kenneth Holden James l-lodger, Morton Howard Edward Huskmson Vern Imroth Paul Ivy 'W '-. I A r 1 .4 :1 Xf 1, r, W Jiv- , ii V X, ,. . i 4154 V V, - ph . - Bfwfg. fairy?-.. -..f, n -ze-we I- , -Y ia ,,... .- .ns- :-G ww- vw- .1 asf -4,1115 X. gf., lg ix ' ww r 1 L ' Eel Q 'L w , - v'f.i?.'l 41.5 X Q9 "x ffff A ...r r fwfr, " A.vrwfff':f'fff' f-f-31'-evif-'Ffa -A l si ' Ar ' P 1 l :pg "' '13 l 1 'p l Xu.. .'Sx,.?re ,N A . ,S T 'XLYT X. I - lr! V4 xlll t V' J . w. . Wk., A Row 1: Rhinie Jekel, Delbert Jensen, M. R. Row 2: Harvey McNeely, George Mendenhall, qw X 6 A ,X i- 1- Lf I X, e, 5 XR 7115 T, -N 1 - 1- X , 'l 2: w ry Q .sf ' "" 6 i N. F 7 F' sl ,f 44' W- 5.-' al 'r2i'ETT' 7'-f . . .- 519' 'ggi - l ,. - 5,1 I V ', - x. - Y ' 1 Q . 1 . . l ' . -9- 6 f f ' -5 , Q A Q. ir J 'S A . 5 . ' V - - A- , ,x ya, .- Q 177- 'api' 'P' Y V. ' . . ' ' QC' 1 V' 'Qqfv' , ' If J. Qi V' ' F5115 A A 1751, 'IKQAP wa c --' -Jn" J ' 1-Nl fzo.-wie. if ' . wiwgslqe ' ' . N y'el.r2::.. - . 1 J X t 4415244 is -1. . -.1 l Johnson, Walt Johnson, James Jolly, Richard Keegan, Robert Lieber, Warren Lutton. Harry Merrill, Alfred Miller, George Mitchell, Doran Peck, Nick Pesusich, Harold Purdy. 0 X. , Si fm DQ ff 2 9 I if: PM ,K A .Xi -I ' Il ' ,r 'G-Q-if ' auf-"" n x Row 3: Alvin Ross, Robert Ryan, Robert Schott, Frank Shroyer, Glen Smith, Warren Smith, Elmer Stebbins, Bert Stover. 4: David Svalberg Edward Tasset, Richard Theander, William Thorney, Jack Urie, James Vander Laan, Stephen Walder, Norman Whalen. X Row 5: Leonard Wilkie, Henry Wilson, James Younce, Harold Zundell. FTW 1' we .S y l l Aft , -4' W. - ,Q Ae- ' ff? ' :Q -2 3. f. Q" A x hr, ' :I N! X ' '- IJ I' I ,kk ?u 'V i 1' 1 , "' x3?i,g,5 ff u X Q, 1-. -3 - w ' s ,z X S., ... uf V' , J, if , at a , h 1" Q "' 1 PV. .Y -9 g ' . ' 4 A 1 w 5513.5 5?lv'.i 'Cc ..,. 3 Ei - w 4" I 4 l l N .1 WN.: We-Y .- J I A , ,.Q ---. -- ....-, fe. , f Fr ff ',--he-If 4 I iv . "' im 'Env skffllr r Vi 5 I T si , f"'f'? . f-in , .-'thee we f V' .L ' Q 1 P J' Q11 I L.. 1 lil "Q MA? 1, I rv-X " E' 5 ,ff "Emi ' 'B' fw- Row 1: Robert Abney, John Adams, Jerome Allingham, Clay Berg, Walt Birkedahl, Richard Cockrell, Eugene Crow, Stanley Detriek, Robert Edmiston. Row 2: James Fields, John Freyer, Ralph Gilchrist, Whitney Gould, Robert Griffin, Kenneth Grunwald, Harold Hall, John Hasstedt. Raw 3: Don Herrman, Robert Hllligassm, Frank Hurdle, Walter Johnson, Richard Kellogg, John King, Joseph Kretschmer, Albert Latham, William Littrell Row 4: Robert Mahony, Joseph McClelland, James McKee, Robert Melzer, Stuart Moore, William Morrison, Bernard Moura, Philip Nelson, Richard Officer I ' ,LT-. JH: f'-X, V-E Q! ,gh :mf .iii 1 :ig e 'I N, ', 1 f' 1' , f ,W "-, Q ' " 'V i Q if ll gil ii my i ilfl ll i R V L34 X X'-- .QQ:f gf .5 4 1 L. X-.511 1.,L-fmgf-ia L1 a W N! 1 1 N it R ' 254 up , l f V il 4. J J ' .9 1 D ff fi-.N ' H," ' Fl f 1, ' C w -' -"" .1 ' ' " r ' L- -,. QL! I' , A f. 1 ' ir ,mf 5 . i , Mg? fy v , :J 'A 3'l'f?, - . , if V- . . ig., .1 i u A . Av. fir ,t-. N is ful Large numbers of refurning veferans, fhe inifiafion of 29 pledges in January, and fhe refurn of 'rheir house enabled fhe Befas 'ro counf 'lhe year as a mosl successful one. On fhe social side, exchange dinners wifh sororilies refurned fo 'lhe Befa calendar. Fall and winfer formals were bofh successful, buf fhe biggesf success of all was fhe spring formal dinner dance al' Cherry Hills Counlry Club. The inframural baslcefball crown was won by Befa, and fhe Befas did well in ofher inframural compefifion. Members of Befa included fhe presidenf of fhe Sopho- more class af Universify Park, fhe presidenf of Prospec- fors, fhe phofography eclifor of fhe Clarion and Kyne- wisbolc, and several members of Omicron Delia Kappa. , ,fr '331'.: l , :wwf . l v J' ' i ,V ry-3:23, T .452-i?.T'i , ri,2 3 -gl , .ff 4 .. ' 1 f' Q. rw . ,il if I ' 7 1 W 'DF' aim? V J 4,91 A .3 PY' 'Us -x Xl?" 'lv "' f'!jJi:f Z, W P iii' vm , ala , fur Row 1: Dean Pefefson. Robert Powell, James Price. Row 2: Omar Quade, William Ryan, Herbert Sandberg. Row 3: William Sanders, Wayne Smith, William Spangler. Row 4: Charles Sfancil, Leonard Tillquisf, Robert Tilluuisf. Row 5: Robert VickRoy, Stuart Vincent. William Walter. Row 6: Leslie Whifaker, Billy While, Kirk Whiteley, Row 7: William Wilbur, Grant Wilkens, Edward Maker. i 255 l' -r fs X' -. NXT" H '4 'r:f'V ,, 'I .QL '1 X I i N N 1 r r 1 N v V i 1 s M 1 i I I N i F v w 4 w 1 w l 1 ,,1 Led by lhirleen fransler members of Sigma Chi, Chi Sigma was founded lasl 'fall as a pelilioning local lo Sigma Chi. Aclivilies 'fhroughoul' 'lhe year cenlered around pelilioning lhe nalional fralernily and were highlighled by 'lhe visil of Sigma Chi invesrigaling officers in February. Chi Sigs hoped 'lhgal before lhe year was over lhe 'local would have been inslalled as a chapler of Sigma Chi. The group began 'lhe year wilh a bang b placing lirsl in floal compelilion al Homecoming. Their "laid par'ly," given by pledges prior fo January inifialion, was a big social success. Wilh nearly 50 members and pledges as lhe year drew 'lo a close, Chi Sigs can be proud of 'lhe place lhey have won in unilersily life during lheir shorl' exisience. 1 an Q .4-1' . 1,1 ti! -as I Y. -- . l l yr, i " i v Wm., . U 4 .f A ff- ,la - Y ' "1 ii., 5, - . 4' 'ir' ' 'Y "1-k Q Et" ga 31, Row 1: Don McClary, Jack McKinnon. Row 2: Jim Plews, Ernest Peck. Row 3: Bruce Phillips, Wendell Reece. Row 2: Howard Schermerhon, Robert Smllh. Row 5 R ' f d W' l : ams or ms ow. ' Row 4: Don McClary, Jack McKinnon. Row 5: Jim Plews, Ernest Peck. Row 6: Bruce Phillips, Wendell Reese. Row 7: Howard Schermerhorn, Robert Smilh. Row 8: Rainsford Winslow. 257 it l J, -lil Breaking lhe long reign of Alpha Kappa Psi al 'lhe Civic Cenler Campus, Della Sigma Pi, professional commerce fralernily, had ils mosl successful year since before lhe war. H' members included men's lnlerschool Council repre- senlalive, manager of demonslralions, Clarion eclifor, Senior class presidenl, and 'lhe lreasurers of bo'l'h Senior and Sophomore Classes a+ 'lhe downlown school. Confinuing ils service aclivilies, Della Sig held monlhly 'banquels fealuring speakers on business lopics, gave a scholarship lo lhe senior man having lhe highesl' scholasiic average, and honored 'I'he oulslanding senior women's scholar by crowning her "Rose of Della Sigma Pi." Row I William Adams Nom: Barley Homer Bell Robert Bergin, Alvin Billinger. Row 2 Lee Daul Edward DeBell Harold Dickey Malcolm Domenico, Lincoln IEve. Jack Ford. Row 3 George Frazier Robert Furnish Carl Gunther Howard Harder, Robert Harsh, Harold lsenhart. vu, B- xr ag, . iv fl! . 11:34- ' ,lie QL -K' , , ,Rig I ,. 'lbs r if , . f -15, 'eo .,- if 4 . 4 1: his , ,gi-5, , X , -I , , 113 1413! ' XII -1 ' F' A -'ieilnff .. itjh' . - iff.-'i, L .fl X-'Zig J' J 1 4. 1 fl? in '1"9'k J .1 Vai rv' 'Lx V f-""' 1 -av f 1 ,xv ue Q -dump- . 1 ,519 A J -:1 .IZ -d if 'Q ,..- L11 X .HQ "4 Row 1: James lsenhart, Kent Johndahl, Darrell Johnson, Elmer Kellogg, Luther Lund, David Lyons. -Q... Row 2: Clifford McCain, Romer McCamy, Frances McGregor, Chester Mason, Charles Miller, Kenneth Matz. ,f X . , , Rav 3: Leroy Moss, Francis Petty, Shelburn Pinkerton, Robert 0'Rourke. William Robinson, Calvin Scheidler. Row 4: Norma Scott, Wesley Smith, Walter Tasker, Tom Timmons, David Van Akin, Earl Walker. Row 5: Joseph Wise, Jack Young v A -ff--:V - f K . r 5--7,5 5 'L' N f' wwf, X J x X 4 - , , . 1 1 A f 1 - Ill!-' 3' ' ."1-' I ,' -D f 4 my X 1' , X X 'L , I 'f 'E a -J m J '- if , , W, Qi,-gli " -'lf ,,f, .grimy , L. , ' A+' if 1' j', ,uff-1.--K ' , f 1 ix u f 5 9 .I , , 1 N .' ' 'nf V JV . .VS . ,,. 7 ,QQz,,f2-,YL , . .Q , fn . iw--1 ,W um pr 'rn 'ls rin ur 1 1 I ,ff Q. fur' , .J ,. l ,Y .,1 4.3 X X .R 4 ,fi N 'Q , 'Nl ,C 7 gg, in 1 X ' Nfl ff' . 1 . 'L ,ff iw? -ALA! fl -OU 1 vlilfw' l '47 LL X'-, if-N' U 0. ,- V J ali ll X rl il Q I I 1' ,- J f X l . x,-1 , f ,fc 2 1 F, ,, f, ff f N VTATI H K Ji,- ' ,MJT ,I ' ' , I 1-fi X 1 0. f ' . 4, W l U W XQ?-rgiurs-v'11 f w sx Q ,-- '. N -,X ' 1 ,f ' l 1 h li xxx li! "ji ' L w X K' 1' X l . , 5 ,N lik, I " l'-if f ff al - X V11 - X- ly' ',, XL QI .1 5' 7-.--fl, f, X ,N X , ' y ,--1 ff: f ,z 7 l '- f ffvafwwf aff f-ff-wfffii, K 2 gyggy xg lv4,gH,.a2c-1-f AU ff. 5517 -fl l-'.f:f"' WSW! Ts- f 2 Q rf If -eg -A -,.- . s....1 v . I 1 I 1 .11 Many and varied activities have marked lhe season as a busy and profitable one for Kappa Sigma -fraternity. On fhe social side have been house pariies, dinner' dances, 'lheafer parties, and lheir elab- oraiely decoraied pledge dance, "The Siarlighi' Formal." Coniribuiions fo sfudenl' leadership from Kappa Sigma were many. The presidencies of lnferschool Council, ihe Campus Studeni' Asso- cialion, lhe College of Engineering, and 'l'he Junior Class ai' University Park were held by Kappa Sigs. Oiher members included the ediior of the Clarion and The Aris and Sciences repre- senfafive to lnterschool Council. The Kappa Sigs maintained iheir al'hle+ic record again 'ihis year with many members pariicipaiing on varsi'I'y +eams. In inlramural football, Kappa Sigma placed second. Row I: Hugh Aldredge, John Barr, Kenneth Biggs, John Black, Ted Black, Arthur Bonger, Fritz Brenecke, Raymond Douglas Buckles. Row 2: Edward Burch, Frank Callopy, Scott Carpenter, James Carter, Bob Cole, Joe Cribari, John Crocker. Row 3: Carl Davis, Bill Dix, Bill Dorset, William Edwards, Gerry Elledge, John Ernery, Robert Ernst, Leo Ford. Row 4: Jack Foster, Bob Francis, Harvey Garner, Bob Gifford, Bob Gruenler, Alan Bunnell, Harold l-land. Harold Hastie. gi Q iyiyx' l 'X 1 1' I' six 'ill ' L J' L in 4 J -dv 6 W a 2 as .4 ' QQI5f'g'. " - ': f ii' ,-1 Igjawyiz :TE-,W -1 MM, ,I ,A -an '. ' ' i-:gil ily. I ,gf QI' ,ati i E. .aa , 1 i . Q63 rwfevraaf e 4 . , ,fm H1 .e E?" J., , . 1, .. ,L X fn!! " ..-, Row 1: Jack Hauser, Lee Hays, Loren Hays, Robert Hazelhurst, Frank Herstrom, Paul Hickey,'Clarence Horton, George Irvin. Row 2: Frank Jackson, Kenny Jastrow, Don Kegans, Malcolm Latham, John Laverty, Bill Lewis, Harry Lewis, Charles Lind. 'S-34.4-it N X ,X x Row 3: Don Maison, Bill Matsch, Bruce Mills, Douglas Milroy, Larry Morrell, Arthur Morton, Lee Nelson, Jack Pottle. Row 4: Jack Reed, Don Rezzer, Joe Rhodes, Eugene Rockford, Frank Ross, Clayton Ryan, Sammy Saracino, Darold Sawyer. Row 5: Carl Stearns, Gene Steinke, Donald Thomas, Chet Thompson, George Tilton, Norman Tower, Fred Vondy, Harry Watts. Row 6: Bill Weimar, Heinz Weimar, Scotty White, Baird Whitaker, Bob Wogin. Delbert Wood, Emmett Zerr. 1 C-5 sh ,, ,sw , ' R.- -u ' ' ww ,sf , ..,- -.liar- at A--V I -,511-Q, 1+ . 1- v' 'f V , Y : .ga - 'P rl. . LC"- A, 4 . L a.,,A. ,V M, -+'J'Y+ ., . yr N . X vga u List'--L 1.91 . ' .A , , Jr - ,, " "inI5fE'1'ff' 'rim 'di 'nf 2 YiIi"5i.f--J' 'lr f' .1'i' ,1'?'5rQ-, -ei el ' 'W it 1 4 8 r ' ' " 4' in ' " VL' 1 U , -' 1 v v 1 Drs A H 11 M xi + ' - ' H f 'r 1. a T ' L . 1 I J P ' T' ' vw. 1- r " f ' i A zu f Q X I V J ,lx M r ' v :CL ' x 1 'iz Q- U M 1 '9' 1 npr! ' ' tl A1 P , I , 9, , 3- E ., ,' "1 1 ,.. -nah 5?-5 N?" Bs, 4 . YQ ss: , , 4 Q X--7, .rr "QU - 'Q' e-'19 .af . ,,,, My 2-pre -I -ff ' y 1.. l vfqrf' I Row 1: Calvin Anderson, George Argys, Ted Bokidas, Lial Brewer, Bob Cannon, Neil Cantwell, Kenny Carter, Don Chambers. w.,,' ia. Row 2: Fred Comstock, Robert Daily, Roscoe Davidson, Harold Delander, Earl DenBeste, Robert Denier, Cameron Duff, Robert Golder. Row 3: Gil Good, Louis Hagener, Ellis I-lattan, Harold Hade,n, Robert Hedberg, Walter Heider, Ivan Hiott, Harold Johnson. Row 4: Bon Kunse, Otto Klein, David LeCIair, Richard Lehr, Frank Lenon, George Maverdakis, Bill McConnell, Bob McManaman. i 'W 1 v :ij AIV. Z' I 'I V7 W I .:li1 i fri fi ff, 1 ,f if I ivefjz 1 if Y V i ies, ,fef-, .il ll! I fi LN Y i V i ' TJ i R ie! Ng, 3. ei 5 5 'Qpfil will ' ij?" Li ,Lf 3.3, w il Vina I L ' 1 I I Q 262 I I uwcu '- . .x '5 if , . 5 , li mill The members of Lambda Chi Alpha looked wilh pride +his year on a membership roll which was The grealesl' in lhe chap'ler's,his+ory and on a lisf of achievemenfs very nearly as long. Successful sponsorship of 'lheir "Blue Formal" and numerous ofher social affairs has added lo fhe 'frafernil'y's laurels. ln sporis, ihe Lambda Chis look lhe inlramural 'loofball championship. Manyicampus leaders were Lambda Chis. The fralernify was parficularly well-represenfed on fhe Clarion wiih copy edifor, sporfs ediior, and news edifor wearing lhe Lambda Chi crescenl. Olher prominenf Lamba Chis were fhe chairman of lnlernalional Relafions Club and fhe presidenl' of Phi Epsilon Phi. 1 Row 7: Bill Tavlor, Richard Thomson, William Thompson, I Row 8: Ed True, Ralph Veafch. Phill Wainner. Row 9: Robert Warner. Row 1: Jackson Moore, Horace Nickolas, Jarold Niven. Eg. Row 2: Richard Nelson, George Nicovich, Roy Nuneg, " Row 3: Jack'Padgel'f, Bill Payne, Clyde Perry. Row 4: Joe Poole, Darrell Purdy, Bob Quigley, W Row 5: Galen Rarick, Larry Scanlow, Roger Schrade. 1 Row 6: Glen Schultz, Dean Shaw, Douqlas Sikes, we in " in '- - l ir L , V K Q 'f. e ii lr! i"' , A 6 Ui l s l QPKHESHF "-.-'.1':i'f1 , M334-11-'f" J' - ygHyyi:,.i V A lliili H Yi ,,,- my r 1-fr , , Row 1: Harlan Balaban, Larry Berman, Jerome Brown, Mart Coggan, Leonard Fass. . . d arl Feldharnrner, Milt Feldman, Jerry Ginsberg, Ivan Goldsteln, Paul Gor an Row 2: C 0 O F Ph: Sigma Delta 1 " ' 7- 3 l.-..,.,...Y . , , Q -4- , A, v '1 M . ,D i , A ,, 6. 1 yi Enlarged by The inifiafion of nineieen men in Febru- ary and wiih sponsorship of a successful winfer 'Formal dinner dance ai' 'lhe Silver Glade of fhe Cosmopolifan Holel behind ihem, Phi Sigma Delia members counfed +he year as a successful one. Refurning 'lo a pre-war basis lhe Phi Sigs par'l'icipa'I'ed in many school acfivilies. Their 'Teams did well in inlra- mural compefifions, especially basllelball and wresfling. Anoiher highlighf of 'lheir social season was a coslume dance feafured in March. The frafernify looked forward io nexf Sepiember when lhe D.U. Chapier will be hos+ fo lhe nalional Phi Sig convenfion af 'lhe Brown Palace Holel. vigfll 5. S lf' ref: li g fr f :rf-,N 1-- ' ,,.1 :ern I 4.15: .e,J1,-', ,L - Y W , H .. , iz. 1, ' ..f .L J: ,.., ,. E 'M' .. - L. 1- 175 F ' , lvrv' f' af - 'L V Q lr i . if If L 5.1 - , ,w 255 J 1 fy, i ' f 'P 'if lie 1 J ' -v - 1 ,-' 1' " ' 'x 1 J ,r ' . .. T, . In i 1 5 H, U be , we ... 113' 0'1" levi 5 ,Q QU' Row 1: Howard Greinetz, Melvin Kline. Row 2: Bernard Liebman, Jack Lifvak. Row 3: Jack Marcus, Lou Mozer. Row 4: Jerry Prizanf, Barney Rotfman. 1 Row 5: Leonard Sachs, Ari' Schwartz. Row 6: Irving Slafkin, Dave Spivak. Q, ,303 i ma lpha Epsilon 1 .3"Z'fa LE ' - 'wi J Q it me! -4 v Y R! , T J' ftflfff, 1 . 'fl .K 'v . 4, ,. if Wilh lhe largesl' membership of any fraler- nil'y on l'he campus, Sigma Alpha Epsilon re- 'lurnecl lo many of ils pre-war 'lraclifions lhis, year. Their many oulslanding social liunclions gave lhem lhe name of. "+he mosl' hospi+able" chapler al, D.U. Oulsfanding 'Funclions were l'he Bowery Ball, winler formal, and Easier Breakfasl. Sig Alpha were included on +he membership roslers of nearly every universi'l'y organizalion. Prominenl' members were lhe All-School social chairman, l'he presidenl' of Prospeclors, Home- cbming chairman, members of Omicron Della Kappa, Who's Who, Phi Epsilon Phi, and Drama Club. SAE was represenled in sporls by lhe cap- lain of +he swimming 'leam and by members of foolball and baslcelball leams. Row 1- Norman Alverson, James Ayers, Ralph Balent, Robert Beville, John Blockson, Larry Booker, Jules Borquln, Stanley Boulier, Warren Brown, ' Roberl' Bryan, John Broqan. Row 2 Row 3: - Robert Burler, Joe Capraro, Warren Chandler, George Chapman, Glen Church, James Clancy, Elmer Clark, Eugene Cook, Bob Crandall, Roy David Donald Drose. Jack Drose, Roberf Evans, Donald Frey, Roy Fritz, Ralph Gibson, William Goe, James Handsel, R6bert Hartwell, Albert Hess, Alan Hess, - ,G r "::i1u'f-'l , , ,. 41. 'Z .-' - ,Q Y- 1 V , Zi,-it ff 1 iuyykvw. 143. ,f 'a s i P Pl 1 U William Horan. , , . Q ij.,- o "' , 1 v A 2 . l 1 if n ' Y 1 ,. ll: . if ss A , ,, lsr i . , 1 Y fl 'r ' F Y 'F-1: ! Q.: . , Q 1 " - 'V fy. . Y I riff ' : 1 , , ' l - 1 J i,,, i, i ri, 'trail ' . f 1, al' -,Vg , lil 4, 3 A ls i iw ' 1 f wb ' 7f'i's :Tir eil' ' Z 'gi' l el f' ' .,-es. I , 1 - ' ,gn , 1, i i I . 5 ,e'Q'-- ,,, - 47 . ig . , :jak , K , X sf V rs r- 1, 'xg 'Biff , 57 J J .. X his -all 'll as , 7? E fe 1 ' ,a o E' lifwii V Ci- l "1 . ff ., 5, My-i. ' 21 1 13-5 ' V4 . ' s .ef A J E - if .J 5' la" :A fi ed 1 T A-ff?"f 1 ,vs s: P L-9 ' ' ve-P.-J , J '-44, ' we i T V fulfil " 1. .- 1. ii- . . - - I . 5-,,,,n 'H i if w Vi- - -4. v .,. U M ,rw 3 if 'Cf W-af-g', +512 ' "VT - - - lp f' ,l ' sy- gr ' s , . "lf - '. " 11 'Wi' , "1f"5"'f JL . . 1 . 1 - f . 'r .f ,, san e as E f e is A so 266 L -I 1 I Row 4: Gerald Hughes, Max Hungate, William Hurd, Robert Keating, Carl Kloos, William Kuhlman, Lee Kunz, Robert Lessing, Roy McCarthy, Norman Mcbanal, Gordon McPhee. Row 5: William Morgan, Wayne Moss, James Newcomb, Michies Noordeweier, Robert Paul, John Paulsen, Gene Pedicino, Dale Poppert, James Poston, Patrick Powers, Warren Reed. Row 6: Richard Robb, William Robb, James Ryall, Leo Ryglinslx, James Scribner, Larry Seewald, David Sellers, Wilbur Sellers, Harrison Shaffer, Shelbv Southwick, Joe Sterner. ' Row 7: David Stone, Edward Stone, Robert Strom, Frank Tempest, Gaylord Thomson, Herbert Thomson, Douglas Timberlake, Dale Van Horn, George Wale, Gordon Wale, Gordon White, William Wilson. of L - I, f Rf 'WE 1 ' 3, j V J, X ,I -- 1 V Q -. ,,- .ft ' , 1 H. T- if 'Am If' if -i Q i -5' . 9 ' L 1 V., X i . Ti,-fr? H E i ,Q , Y - -, ' V-I i 'AEE T A ' t IE? ' 121.1 ' Y , HQ 3 225 et- I F it -E l. - I V -Y ' 1 5 FA, A A 1,111 'A' -,v , +1 rem' iw fgef fi nfl i- 'ea a A Q H ,rw-ffi. L '-A , Q g 1 , ., f- X .4 , - i - , . bww 1'nmMr,-,f f 1, inn- 4 brim ,L is all-fgzftiz ' W , L - .r L .X 'JL , xr - - . - ..v I Epi: 31 1 ' n, I . , w. 'l . fb 51,3 Qi' FNV- ul 2- I 6 4? . , ,5 ',1, -V ' " Xa ' "3 " 2 iii ' , ' 'rl -55 , 4 . Ili' 15 ,' is fr In 4 'L - ' " ,A we - .R IL 1 L . . L A . ' . 5 f ' '5 FP 51 i .iff T 7 KW! Q, - gr' gg igiwgle-f - A 'i - L 1 f ' X Q' 55' A , E' e f ' .' X, , - fix: - 5:4 : "'!' avi? -' '- 'ii A' L 'm f f' v I' '- V 1, '- . 'M r Q K -ix S if Ghaggar . n k K , F1 ' ,X il' . F . Sigma Ph: Epsilon Top proiecl' of lhe group was 'lhe organizing of Denver alumni. Included in l+he program was an alumni banquef in February and 'lhe publicalion of an alumni newssl1ee'l'. Bringing a close lo 'lhe year was ihe highly successful spring formal. One member wo-n l'l1e all-school exlemporaneous speaking confesf. ' , .. ', ' mfr. - ' vfllliilr .:aiF4, , in .- :A .' I 'mfr ,lugs i ll Sai 1 4 1' -' 1- ,. rf 1 -H' Row 1 Richard Cam Herberf Crarv Paul Dene John Fuller, Richard Graves. Row 2 Bruce I-lender Craig Hurst Reber! Hodges Ken Harrell, lQnny Johns. '40 A-Q' , 117, - ,po 1 .fif ' , X., .--ng ,c 1- J' yl , ff, iMQlgp,,,E",'.f.x A i , 4 . X. swf' ii, 49' Row I: Tom Just, Barney Leon. Don Loaan, James Messmer, Ted Miles. Row 2: Frank Newman, Armand Nice. Paul Olson, Bill Rietzer. James Svalberg. Row 3: Arthur Trace, Charles Treusch. Don White, Delbert Wright. XJ . .-.-.W - - - .Y 1 y--,.-- .-.-Y T x 'i We-.- it ,, , Y ug - ' , ,w 1 . -:I-J: nf " . er, i - N nn 1 Q V 4 A Qs 1, .5 m.2,V:f-'l 41 Xb 1 in -if .1 6- ' ,, . :Jef Pr?" ' f- g w-QE .4 A-in ' f-X-7 "' - .'?' .-1 iii I , .- 1 . w x sf " C. -,J ., Q . -Q. y . , , 3 , I . ,-. 'Jr .-er-F:,-A . - " ,:,g,5.,1. ,-' , ' , 'L f '. . 7?E'giJeii'fEf'fw' " I+. TN Y- V ' ' ..: xn.42- ,.S'n :,'u'1.-42 v ,M Ne x fx , - A Row 'I: William Conroy, Lawen De Shon, Joe Jesek, Calvin Powers. Row 2: John Reisbig, Eugene Silva, Clinton Stewart, Leon Stoppel. Others: Elmer Reherns, Earl Rucker. Theta hi The'l'a Chi, 1'wel'Hh largesi' naiional fraiernily, was added fo The lisi of campus fralernifies This year. The D.U. chapfer is a coniinuaiion of ihe Beia Kappa chap'l'er here which weni inaciive shorfly before 'ihe war. Beia Kappa and Thela Chi merged in l942. . Beginning The year wirh an iniiiaiion by nalional officers on Ocfober 24, Thela Chi was 'formally insflalled 'The middle of May. Six'I'een membersllaid plans 'lo make Theia Chi a leader on 'lhe campus in fu'l'ure years. Building of a house on fraierniiy row is one of 'The firsf aims of 'The -IJQQW ,, group. The spring formal in May was 'lhe social highlighi' of Thefa Chi's firsi' year ai D.U. l T ' T T T , l y w l 1 W 1 r ' Parlicipalion in bolh varsily and inlramural sporls added lo 'lhe alhlelic repulalion of Pi Kappa Alpha again lhis year. The Pi Kaps possessed more inlramural poinls lhan any olher group as lhe year drew lo a close, The bowling lille was lheirs, and 'lhey placed high in 'foolball and loaskelball compelilion. Many of 'lhose oulslanding cn 'lhe Pioneer grid rosler were Pi Kaps. The spring formal al Lakewood Counlry Club and 's ,X lhe Founder's Day Banquel' in March highlighlecl 'lhe group's social calendar. The fra'l'erni+y's house was reoccupied lhis year, buf Pi Kap hoped 'rhal before long lhey would have a new home on fralernily row. 1-Q '-an FFT vs. r' Pl KAPPA ALPHA Row 1: Theodore Archulela, John Befaon, Julian Bell, Richard Brown, Orville Buckman, Ralph Eppley, William Gorman. Row Z: Jack l-lagood, Ray Harris, Arthur Hasenkamp, Ralph Hatch, LeRoy Hcnsrein, Clifford Jo-hnson, Sfanley Miklebosf. Row 3: Robert Riddell, Lloyd Spindle, Alfred Straughn, James Taylor, Robert Tucker, Richard Willars, James Wilkins. 'QS Q1 -Q .1 f 1 LBJ" 1 "'5'J.f"" 521: ,i 1' Highest authority among the feminine Greelis, Panhellenic Council makes all the rush rules and governs rushing and pledging for the campus sororilies. The council' consists of two members from each sorority. The biggest event of the year is the Annual Formal, held during the winter quarter. This year it was held at the Lincoln Room of the Shirley Savoy. li X A e-ff: .Q-.Q . ,J . During the Fall quarter, Pan Hell gives a tea in honor of the new students, during which they are acquainted with pre-season rushing rules. A+ the AWS Banquet, the council presents a schol- arship plaque 'lo the sorority with the highest average for the preceding year and a cup to the sorority girl with the highest scholastic average. Row 'I-June Alexander, Ethel Armeling, Jane Begley, Judy Bershaw, Beverly Bidwell, Imogene Brady, Shirley Brady, Charlene Brainard. Row 2-Anne Brasfield, Pat Carson, Elaine Champion, Harriett Connor, Margaret Crowder, Helen Epstein, Betty Erickson, Joyce Goodston. Row 3-Dolores Hamilton, Hope Hanscom, Caro-l Hathaway, Catherine Hatch, Eleanor I-lill, Dixie Lee Hoffman, Joyce Janovich, Kathy Logan. Row 4-Jean MacNeiI, Shirley Miller, Patsy Morrissey, Maggie Murphy June Newton, Delaine Oberg, Irene Pedicino, Mary Peterson. Row 5-Peggy Pond, Joan Simmons, Louise Smart, Dorothy Smith, Peggy Smith, Eleanor Streater, Madelyn Vinning, Gwen Weyl. .KF 2 ' .- . ,I Affflit 2 1-1 :1Y'.111 -gi-12" 1 X! 1,11 . 1 1 1 1 1 , , 1 ,11 V- -. 1 '1 1 ' 1 1 1 .4 V1 , ,1 1 1 ' ' , 1 1 ,, 1 1 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1'f 1'1, - 1 1 ' 1 111 1. 11 1,! xx WN1 1111111111 111 1 1 1 1' 1 , 1 1 , ,V 1 i , 1 M 1 V 1 , , K ,A 1 . 1 . . .... sa, e ,,, 1 - -1' 1 x --1 y ax ,Q ,Y ,J .1 1. .s , 1-1-1 .,L AM ll 11V 1 'F' 'fl at-ml' i A X r l 4 1 5 an "-11 'I ' ga- L' 'sin g -. 1:9 41, 5 J 1 it C X Q i f "' , W rl rf- A I l' Q 1.1 1 'fly ' ' y'dx ' Q. ' ' H .1! " 1 1 , L . 1 ., 1 1 , f ' 1 1. -. Q , .41 1 , 1 . 1 .2 .,1 1 - Raw 'l: Gloria Brown, Helen Christian, Betty Coyner, Velda Grunwald, Harriet Hardaway, Elaine Harney, Beverly Hopley, Barbara Foley. Row 2: Martha Fowler, Nancy Linn, Mary Lynch, Pat McCall, Betty Lou Mahoney, Katherine Morrisey, Shirley Nyland, Beverly Platt. Row 3: Maylene Price, .loan Savage, Betty .lo Swazey, Betty Tacha, Y FT 1 if "5 1 ? Elk., Iv'- J 1:1 if ? A 1 Eff? 9 Y br The iunior division ot Pan-Hellenic is composed of the president and. social chairman of the pledge classes ot all the D. U. social sororities. Margaret McKenney Crowder, vice-president ot Senior Pan-Hellenic, is president ot Junior Pan- Hell. iii' 34,- , 4-qt if, 1 f 1 3' '- :vi - MBE: -'14 15 ,- .q- 1- - , ' fr: 1 in ' . .sr rv ,, -k 1- ."?,1f --11. A Junior Pan-Hell party is a highlight -ot the pledge training season. Junior Pan-Hell settles problems pertinent to the pledge classes and holds social functions to better acquaint the pledges ot other sororities. fi-fiysgif.--,,v 2 - -. e. : .,,, .. ' . 451.2 an 5 A he - , 'T QL' '3 L: 'Hei- A , A, -. '-.- 'X , l I 5 v- 5 l ,li?g,"5L A, , l 1+ 4 A fl? 1' lj -' -ng 1 . . ill df 'VE' 3 gil, - 'gf' 'af' -' ' L--Lv n 'W Q I ff in Y: n fi 'P 1 1- T'i.A , 4 I Q N ll' ww - 1 Wd., ' A 'Yjj-.fn-5 ::l'.,, , , I . ' ifsxwijims-'iii it t Row 'I Patricia Baunlqartner Mae Bishop Barbara Blubaugh, Catherine Carr, Margaret Carroll, Patricia Cason. Row 2 Betty Lee Casey Ruth Clifton Betty Erickson, Barbara Foley, Helen lftarvel, Ina Catherine Hatch. Alpha hi Omega Gamma Delta chapter of Alpha Chi Omega was installed on the campus October ll-I3, l946. At that time many ot the twenty-one national otticers, province presidents, and alumnae presidents were here to launch the baby chapter on its way. Mrs. Harry H. Power, president ot the National Council, presided over the installation. Since then the chapter has grown: ten girls were initiated at the time ot installation and fourteen ot the girls pledged at that time became members ot the active chapter this. February. The chapter now consists of twenty-tour actives and six pledges. Alpha Chis are proud ot their position on campus and have entered many of the activities this ear, taining third place in theATwilight Sing and tirst piace in the competition of selling Christmas seals last December. ai '- 4' 1, I Three of ihe girls have been elecfed +o preminenf offices in oiher organizafionsz Peggy Smiih, Phi: Gamma Nu presidenf I946-47: Pafricia Baumgarfner, new A. W. S. 'lreasurer on fhe Civic Cenfer Campus: Pafiy Carson Panhellenic freasurer al Universify Parlc. Pa'H'y will also preside over fhe chapier for The coming year. Harrief Gallager has made a place for herself a+ ihe Civic Cen'I'er Campus as Phi Gamma Nu vice-president secrefar of fhe Sfucleni' Commerce Commission, and an ex-ofhcio member of fhe A. W. S. Council. Cafherine Haich, from Bela Nu chap'l'er ai fhe Uni- versiiy of Uiah. was one of fhe influencing 'Faclors in fhe building of fhe chapfer here. She has become aciive in many organizaiions: Presidenf of Alpha Chi, a member of Women's Sfudefrrl' Council, an ex-officio member of Panhellenic and a reporier on fhe Clarion. A+ Ufah she was secrefary of Alpha Lambda Delia and copy ediior of her paper. u The girls of Gamma Delia Chapfer will never forge? 'Phe pari she has played in guiding a new group on ifs way in campus life. Row 1: Erna Lou Hon, Ava Jean Jones, Mary A ne Judg Be erly Kor eyer Patric a McCall B ba a M Iler Row 2: Marilyn Owens, Lucy Patricia Roth, Peggv Sm fh Ba bara Sfande W Iburl' Ta nfe S zefte Wallace Row 3: Frances Walrafh, Dolores War en Ba bara Wood Kafhenne Yarnell Marfh Z gl Z? C' Qin it I ' ' f ,N E, ' s 'A 3? '74 1 , P nf-"J . V , , 31:24 i i 1- if 'glbjfig o A my!! , 'if L4 1 ln Known for its collection of feminine printers-ink spe- cialists, Alpha Gamma Delta could be termed the Coed Journalists' big sister. A year of activities saw Alpha Gams busy with rushing and pledging in the 'fallg 'lhe an- nual pledge formal in November with pictures of the pledges adorning the walls: the Chrisfmas clinner-dance: and initiation on January 25, followed by the traditional Feast of the Roses. One of the cleverest parties of the year was the sorori+y's Soclc Dance, where the girls and their escrots checked their shoes at the door, -and prizes C were presented for the loudest pair of soclrs. l.R.D.-or International Reunion Day-highlighted the spring term. Alpha Gamma Deltas hold offices in the sophomore and iunior classes, the Spanish Club, 3 H, both campus and commerce Prospectors, the commerce Mentors and Para- lzeets. They claim 'the editor of Kynewisbolc-as well as a maiorify of the editorial staff. Who's Who lists three Alpha Gams and four are members of Mortar Board. Alpha Gam Beebe Sloan was named Miss Scholarship for I 946-47. Row 1: Mary App, Joycelyn Aylor, Shirley Jean Bailey, Marjorie Bauder, Kathleen Benner, Ruth Bergen, Imogene Brady,,GIadys Briber. Row 2: Patty Lou Cook, Shirley Crandell, Dorothy Curtin, Mary Lou Damascio, Flo Mae Davis, Charlotte de Harport, Clarice Dorrance, Alice Draile. Row 3: Lorraine Durkop, Harriet Evans, Josephine Finn, Ann Foley, Patiria Fox, Jacquelyn Foy, Alyce Heffner, Wilma Holms. Row 4: Phyllis Ingram, Karen Jackson, June Knauss, Jeanne Lindquist, Betty Linstrorn, Jean Lischke, Virginia Lock, Beverly Logan. : 131' Lp! fe A if 3' i 6 1:- , "' 1, ff . 5 ,4 - 7, . w no 3 , IQ X n 'QM A Q I a- A V 4, 5 1 5' Q 'J 'Q r Vx 15 4 N Aw Q M 5, if 1 gg k V' W 7' JJ gf I, 1 x M A ,, L , A I 1 l, I gm, 1 V 1 Q V 4 Af. , Q A J V Row I Barbara Loomis Mariorle Mallory Belly Jean Mergell Barbara Miles, Hazel Muller Geraldine Moeller Mary Lou McAbee Kalhleen McDonald Row 2 Joy Na sembene Margaret Oyler .leraldlne Parris Ella Rae Payne Eleanor Perkins Mary K Porter Gladys Potter Marcia Ratzer Row 3 Ruenella Ridley Eavlea Rosenberg Joan Savage Lenore Schatl .lane Schwoh Ednth Scoll' Barbara Selby Beebe Sloan Row 4 Irma Lou Stockmar Marian Sfraln, Margaret Sullenberger Beva Swanson Belly Jo Swayze Arhs Tanton Kathue Tombllng Gwen Weyl Q , 21 Row I: Barbara Barker, Beverly Bidwell, Georgia Boehme, Loma Bowers, Charlene Brainard, Ethel Cannon, June Carothers. Row 2: Eileen Carroll, Harrier Conner, Mary Deranleau, Ellen Dickey, Maxine Feltx, Inez Marie Fraser. , 1 Q I in if 278 ,....j:' ., 'y I i N ' Nva- ' N 1 X! W ' 1 l l l J This season has proved ifself a slimulaiing one for 'lhe Alpha Xi Dell'a's. ln addiiion lo ihe many social funciions which include 'lheir pledge dance, numerous pariies. and ieas, ihe Alpha Xi's have managed lo make 'iheir role of leadership and aclivilies a long one. Mem- bers from 'lhe group served as officers in many campus organizalions, such as a secreiary of Alpha Lambda Delia, 'lhe vice-presidenf of W.A.A., lhe secreiary of Alpha Sigma Chi, and 'lhe ireasurer of l.R.C. To 'lop off ihis record, The presidenl was lisled in Who's Who in America-n Colleges, one member received ihe Panhellenic Scholarship Award, and an Alpha Xi 'won 'lhe Andrew H. Wood Memorial Award for commercial law. V I 5151? j'e?2, , IQDZM Q . Q? Row 3: Betty Gilbertson, Marie Lampe, Gwen Long, Royce McKnight, Verna Moriarity, Rachel MacLean. Row 4: Delores Pagel, Joy Peterson, Jacqueline Pind-ell, Verlee Rogers, Doris Romine, Elaine Smith,,Patricia Joy Smith. Row 5: Betty Tacha, Eunice Virtue, Jane Zimmerman. V UU! 429' J- A at 1 ' w 31 5.1.5 b lhifl- .- 'Eff a - . . -i 1 Sp, 'nl' it H' 1 if tl .- ' .1 ' 5' Zin. " I J f ex-N I . ,. 'J-'pf V .A if IE ,' i tz: by ' rf - -44 - -.,-ig. .. -tm-,. . ff? 'K' 3 -'ar 2: Car Mah R Row 1' Al Barflelt, Mary Jane Beaghler, Jane Bagley, Marilyn Bell, Enid Branner, Yvonne Burns. I Dean, Margaret Drescher, Wanda Eastwood, Jacquelyn Emery, Martha Fowler, Patsy Frazee. Della Gamma celebrafed lhe close of ils firsl year on campus in March, and one of lhe sororiiy infanls was well on i'ls way lonlhe big-lime. lnslallalion of ihe D.U. chapfer fool: place during Sepiember a+ Boulder, wiih lhe nalional officers in charge. All of ihe original pledges were inilialed excepi Madelyn Miller and Mary Lu Schwarz, who had 'lhe rivilege of being iniiialed lasi' summer ai' fhe Nalionala Conveniion in Pasadena. This year's pledge class of 'lwenly girls wenl aclive on Jan- uary 25, and held a banquel aflerward al' fha Argonaut The winler and spring iormals highlighied ihe year's social evenfs, and lhe lirsf house dance in February was a big success. Exchange dinners were held wiih lhe Kappa Sigma, Lambda Chi Alpha, and Sigma Alpha Epsilon fra- +erni'I'ies. Delia Gam won iirsl prize in 'lhe sororiiy divi- sion of 'lhe Expansion Day floal conlesf, and ihird place among all 'lhe divisions. Their rendilion of "Sl'range Music" broughl second place in Twilighi Sing, and lheir pledges were lhird in scholarship ihis year. Nexl year's secrelary of A.W.S. will be a D.G.. as well as lhe Dorm Council prexy lhis year, and 'lhe secrelary of Can'l'er- bury Club. 1 . -g,v:'1' 'nv' I .v ,fl- . ar D, r A, H .' , l Aff.-' 45,15 V. 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'e' :WV --'."',2---x,.'.,.f-- .. 16" 'f 'f-- 1, -' Lf' " -', -'.'- ,- -- "fu:-il.g,: 'J---X -Y .' - , ' ' - V 5., ' : - .1 ..'.-mf' bg --f V , .' " ,' '.. ' -' 1 ' -A ' ' -A-fa--we-1-- : .-x-...L.,.,,,,g,, ,,:,f,w1,,4J ,gmg4xq,g1.K',55,jQj:,,:l.:,5,f,,g' :,..,75.z:r.:.:q1:.2avf.x F , -5- - -2. ' " , 'R- f' 3" ' - V . -1 -- .' ' ' " "' , ,.,. "ff-,""f 1-1-".'. J",- ' r 1- - +wr?f1'fnfEef5'.3'f:ffi' "E V i -A ' "' l " r if-'ff,'fl.wQ-3J7'?f:F .7157-L fi"-511A V ,E 'xhiftff '-11' 'avg ' .574-i'-3::""i-, 527-'-"L-fa: f - ' ' - l fa mx '- -:g.'- , , .. , A - --"-4-im! I efavlpl. f ,A E : Y- ,r I ,,:- ,f , 'Il' 12 ' v ' W e x 4' ii YT? .rx 1"' .Vs A ,557 - -1:1135-,Q .1 4-'S' , 43:3 . 1 , 1 -I 1 t' ' ' 'X rr' 0' , - ' X, 1 ' -, V, - . ' 'E - '--'- ' AJ -.1 Row 1: Barbara Harvard, Charline Hoover, Helen Hnstetter, Shirley Hups, Barbara Jensen, Yvonne King. Row 2: Dorothy Linck, Connie Lindsey, Nancy Linn, Barbara Littell, Dorothy Maior, Carolee Mcinany. luv 3: Elizabeth McLean, Audrey Moser, Pat Patterson, Joy Rushmore, Mary Lou Schwarz, Kay Schertz. Ray 4: Eleanor Streater, Charlotte Swaney, Virginia Ward, Erma Westland, Madelyn Vining, Mariorie leiler. Row 5: Betty Zumwinkel. Others: Jane Deem, Pat Harry, Claire Heath. I 28l I V, ,L x Q... X Della Zela members and fhelr dales danced Fi-.4 ,gf The gals who wear lhe Roman lamps-lhose "deny DZ's"-finished a memorable year crammed wi+h soqial evenls and acfivifies. Della Zefa look 'rhe Homecoming Queen honors 'lhis year wifh ifs candiclale. Acfives were ralher perlurbed when 'lhe pledges look fwo sneaks inslead of 'lhe fraclifional one, leaving spagefli on the evening's menu fo be eaien wifh knives. Two formal iniliafions were held during lhe year, followed by banqueis. undernealh huge snowballs in a "Win+er Wonderland" when ihe aclives gave ihe annual pledge formal. Olher evenfs included 'lhe Twilighl Sing, 'lhe lradilional Chrisf- mas parfy, faculiy buffel' supper and fhe senior breakfast Among 'ihe organizal-ions in which DZ's hold office are Sigma Alpha loia, El Club Espanol, Mu Bela Kappa, +he Knewisbolc and Dormifory Council. 1 Row 1: Constance Anderson, Befiy Be'rv, Vela Berfholf, Phyllis Brady, Catherine cgle, geffy Coyneh Row 2: La Rita Cramp, Virginia Derry, Arlene Dolezal, :agenia Gregory, Joyce .lanovickl Virginia Johnson, jeanegfa Lanningl -QQ.. . r - ' - iv- . - , by Q..- , yr , W., . l fn I ! ik W fe , I u r aqui - -A f -, ui f M , f l V A if xx l ' - jx-2,5352 ,. ' Z E A" , " " Lg A e ii 1 r x 4 P' H 'Q QQ ' 'U I .5 ,. 'X fd .. W lf ' ' ' M V E 1' M . r r 5 f 1' "M , .X - , Q A ' l' 0 ' f Q Nr? ' 'Ti lx MJ " f" 'EE l':'l4,' -1 x-.' - ' - ' ' Y , x ' Elf - " "Lt: P 31 " 'i , .W , , V4. A , - 1 P, LT 1 Q ',, , -,. f-QE' g ' ' ' " . P . , ' . 1. ,:.,,I Mg, V., 1 9 3 I - 4 , -, ppl, I W I J V -. 5 r ' X ' R, 4 A-' ,K f. . , A -.FTA 3: 4, 5 K . 1 Row 'l: Clara Lnhn, Mary .lo McCauley, Shirley McChesney, Glessner Munn, Juanita Myers, Joan Nelson, Beverly Nichols Row 2: Sueiean Oursler, Peggy Paige, Margaret Pond, Mary Powell. Lais Randell, Fern Rhodes, Madeline Sellinghausen. Row 3: Janette Uppenberf, Mariorie Wales, Belly Jane Wood. xg iw.. uv E I M -Q' L.,-f'f1 l ' -,---'wr-- -. 1' "f 1 V - . I, L' ' l f i id Q22 fQ ,. ,. - , P I, l A " 1 . E ai fi VF cl , ll ' .1 I, ill!! A 1 w 1 I gi ,',, , i xl ' l ' wllll l , l ' -es: f , 1 i Tgfl e 7 , L 1 . , .JL , p 1? Among the Gamma Phi Betas, a royal measure of honors and successful social affairs has given just the right spice to this season. Nineteen forty-seven finds a Gamma Phi serving as vice-presiden: of the junior class. an officer on Mortar Board, a memk er listed as-president ofthe Riding Club, and still anothur of the group appear- ing in Whois Who in American Colleges. Gamma Phi A l , 'fri 1 l g ,, ,ai Q Q. , claims an ample share of queens and princesses at school events, for there stepped from the group a princess of Homecoming and also, one of its girls bears the title, Miss Personality of D.U. To top off their excellent leadership, one member was treasurer of Senior Pan- hellenic and one represented this council on several committees. Row l: Beverle Ainsworth, Jane'!lAmilon, Helen Auge, Barbara Beatty, Vivian Berry, Janet Blair, Ann Brasfield, Jane Bresnehan, Joan Casey. Row 2: Patsy Clark, Shirley Coffmaw, Katherine Cook, Betty Curtis, Maxine Davidson, Charlene Davis, Shirley Dickerson, Helen Dollaghan, Donna Duer. Row 3: Barbara Fuller, Velda liruenwald, Mary Jane Halter, Dolores Hamilton, Hope Hanscom, Mariorie Hansen, Victoria Hansen, Jean Hardy, I Patti Harmon. .- -, L, v? 4 75 284 IW i., . f . V Pill ri" ' li I C' , ,g , I 1 ,L 7 ' - . -" 135' 1 " ' 711 ' i r g , 'fm is w 'L el az U l l N 0' t l -fx f 1 X 4, Sf ' Ip ' -AVI -. ., W' 1 R "' W 5, H ' 495-3 . 4 R ,, , S7 , X' "IT x x .V , 1 V V W 5 K' Q rl. 1 an , 'V mi! " L I R ' K 1 ' I' . . X E X ,Z 'S 1 V I Q- J , 3 f- 2 ,gf .ae , " ' .. lv . wall J -P' 17 1014 . tiff? ' .!,... l r ., ' , V- 1 I, rr ' e 'X - 3 .' I. ' . ' I , 1 ii- ' Q: U . Q. yr R y 5 -.---. H ' ' ' pg 'N A W L L FE' of 'EY 5" - 'V -A " ' - L' 'A A' - 1 H' - - u x - 5,1 1 121. f p, 1,5 J, ' 1 I .1 P-r Row I: Charlotte Harris, Marcella Harris, Bette Jo Holt, Ylrginia Hooks, Helen Hopkins, Beverle Hooley, Donna Jeffordx, Edna Jones, Phyllis Jones. Row 2: Rita Jones, Janice Johnson, Charlene Jordan, Jay Jordan, Dorothy Kindig, Helen Maul, Laurita McLain, Trella Monnlnger, Madeline Morrison. Row 3: Elaine O'Brien, Sharon Page, Patricia Pfrimmer, Jackie Robins, Valerie Rose, Seerle Russell, Eleanor Saenger, Vivienne Saunders, Beverly Schaus. Row 4: Varilee Smith, Shirley Stacey, Ottille Stafford, Sandra Steele, Jackie Theander, Nacy Tombllng, Dorcas Ward, Janice Warner, Peggy White. Row 5: Vee Wimberly ,f' FOB Ffa 6 285 15, 5 x 5 xx I X 1 X 1 ea Wx 'V' rpg., , fir F 5-.. Ji M. .a - v J ' 1 1 l 1'-li '- - I 4 -u ' ig l All l .r , , w I LaNore Asmus Adamson Ruby Anderson Phyll Barr Barbara Boggs, Celia Brown, Shirley Brown, Virginia Bruhn, Phyllis Buckley Row 2 Pal' Carney Pat Collins Joyce I vldson Mary Erb Marybelh Farnsworth. Virginia Francis. Jo Gibson. V Row 3 Jackie Glasser Ann Green Mary Al e Grogan anette Hanger L s Hagener, Margaret Haley, Ann Hammer, Pa! Hanlon Ro 4 Pat Harrison Carol Hatha ay Marilyn Henshaw Dunn Lee Hoffman Florence Hofmeisrer, Doris Hugo, Peggy Jackson, Wanda Jo Jeter Kappa Del'l'a's memory freasury for lhis year is one of lenglh and disiinciion wiih a display of leadership and acfiviiy in many fields. Besides sponsoring a number of social funclions including a highly successful pledge dance, ihe sororily has supplied many campus organizalions wilh officers. From lhe membership of K.D., ihere came 'lwo A.W.S. gpresidenls, a secrelary of A.W.S., a presidenl' of The Nalional Collegiafe Players, a .presidenl of Della Sigma Pi, a secrelary of lhe senior class, lhree members of Morlar Board, and 'lhree Kappa Delias who were lisled in Who's Who in American Col- leges. Many K.D.'s have proven 'lhemselves quiie aciive in ihe fields of drama and chemislry. Claiming xlill -zn- oiher laurel, fhe Kappa Dellas won second prize for 'lheir house decorafions al Homecoming. A lofty pealc of achievement was attained this season by the Pi Phi's. Adding interest to college Clays were many social events including a 'Faculty luncheon, a coffee for all university women, and a pledge formal. Among other honors, the fraternity boasted five members on Mortar Board, five Pi Phi's in Who's Who, one mem- ber selected as Miss Denver University, and a Pi Phi who won first prize for the most authentic Homecoming costume. Moreover the fraternity listed many campus officers as members Some of the Pi Phi's serving in office were the president of Mentors, the president of the French Club, the president of Paralceets, the presi- dent of Coed Journalists, the secretary of lnterschool Council, the vice-president of A.W.S., and the treasurer of A. W. S. A v B B tt B st Ma aret Best, Shirley Bovard, Jane Bradfieldv. Row I: Arline Abbott, Virginia Ahrens, Ethel Armeling, Janet ane, e y e , rg Row 2: Barbara Braun, Betty Lou Brayden, Janet Brazile, Betty Brooks, Helen Louise Bush, Joyce Carlson, Lutie Carter, Ella Marie Crews. Row 3: Phyllis Daniel, Doris Davenport, Donna Deane, Janet Evans, Carol Garton, Virginia Gibson, Emily Girault, D'Ann Gravett. Row 4: Harriet Hardaway, Sylvia Houghton, Jean Iliff, Barbara Johnson, Betty Ann Kaye, Florence Kennison, Geraldine King, Jeanette King. , w ge' lag 2 if 3 . 1e,H.W, , ,- . 'f r - 9 H 1 I , ' 4 'I ' Q 'vb A 'E7' 1: X.. r X My X A yr ,,,'f"f? 1. ,F f"-, 'Hof i I 1 'A Cs-'se f X gli .rf lf .V . ,., I , We g.f , A , ' ' S ,w .:J-f-""'+- -' ' , . kj wud -. N , . ' I jli ",,,..f A -'- X ' 1 X ' lf" ' K ' : . .. .IFN ' 5 ly fx . , N,-.12 fi! -e.:LXN-is X l l -If Q ' K, df- ' -- s-.. -.anti in -ix L ,. , -uf 1 Q " -, W ' .ef fr -ae., N ' -.ggi x 1 " in ' 'DU ' -'. f". '-'fr . . ,- .,, ui . , 1 I D , A ,J S :":""l'l ' ' : ev. :..i..' H ' an 'rf-qs I - ' ' -'-' , E 'I' I i ., .,,, - ZW.. ,. w............ . Y. . -.-.,. ., . i x i......:........ ' Row 1 Janice Johnson Betty Lou Junker, Carol Junker, Eleanor Kimmell, Norma Kindig, Charline Kintner, Pearl Klovdahl, Mary Lynch, Mary Jane Mincher. Row 2 Marguerite Moore, Virginia Moore, Catherine Murray, Viola Nickel, Shirley Nyland, Glenrose Otto, Rose Pavlat, Irene Pedicino, Helen Pendleton. Row 3 Nancy Perkins, Vita Perricone, Fayth Ann Peterson, Evelyn Quinn, Jeanette Roberts, Bonnie Rockey, Ruth Rouse, Regina Rowland, Geraldine Shank. Row 4 Joan Simmons, Mallnda Simpson, Beverly Slohm, Dorothy Smith, Frances Smith, Twyla Stark, Pat Stegner, Barbara Stewart, Pat Stivers. Row 5 Claire Mane Stroh Jean Summers, Dorothy Sweet, Pat Taylor, Mary Frances Thomson, Barbara Thornton, Betty Thonton, Carol Titus, Betty Wagenblast Row 6 Viromia Wall. Shirley Walstrom. Beverly Walters. Geraldine Weathers. Virginia Wise. -1:1-1. ' I l gl raf . K' e 'hr 'fig 1- ', ' 42 ,ii hw 4 VI, v 6 fav , Q K - ' 1. . ' V J V M as J S J 13: ,-J ' - x, ' f fss" X X All L -r ts.. -ai sw v 1 M.: u L ' , n A or CQEWLL '- rs ' an -it 'B B ' es 4 5 'R ii?" fe -a f , , - .A ' I aw ,'.:.-,- ' .. .' X 1 . , X g av' - Y 'lf' -, X 'Q I L9 il ' ' W ' wi ,I A ' J! 5 H 15- , ivpjig 'HZ , -if, gt A. ,ix 1. Q JQA , A and ,Q . 'Q - Iii +I- 1 ' U3 Q , f . .J I ,, , , 1. 1' i ' V j f ! Q". , 9 X H? iff' f. I-'ff' V , N Q' ' f" 4. ' ' i I ,. '-'5' . . . aa, ', ix fy ,ia x K, P Row 1: Lucia- Kirk, Kathleen Koeteeuw, Betty Kreutter, Harriett Latham, Mary Jo Lee, Shirley Lewis, Lenore Loetfler, Jean Lough, Jean MacNeill., Row 2: Betty Lou Mahoney, Betty Maleham, Dorothy McBride, Clare McEnderter, Margaret McKenney, Peggy Melzer, Norma Moe, Patsy Mulligan, Rosalind Murray. Row 3: Theresa Muto, Anne Nelson, Carolyn Nelson, Pattie Netherton, June Newton, Phyliss Nyland, Marilyn Orr, Pat Ridley, Barbara Ritchie. Row 4: Joyce Rodgers, Mary Lou Rodman, Charlotte Schaetzel, Margaret Sikes, Phyllis Stewart, Jerry Sturgeon, Ruth Stuver, Beverly Van Fleet, Shirley .lo Van Fleet. Roiv 5: Jane Vaughn, Nancy Volker, Nancy Ward, Beverly Watrous, Margaret Watson, Anne Whittington, Carol Willey, Nancy Lou Williams, Carolyn Williamson. I Row 6: LuAnne Williamson. . -UR , V 'gym' ,,,,, , , ,, , 'YH' f hr Row I: Mabel Asp, Mary Byrne, Gail Campbell, Betty Hazzard, Betty Low Hoenig. Row 2: Patricia Howard, Delores Hudson, lla Jordan, Marjorie Kirk, Alice Knapp. 4 V fe 290' .M . x 'WJ The Phi Chi Thetas-one of the professional sororities at Commerce-has challred up an admirable record of scholastic and social achievements this year. Fall quarter started out with a bang when their national inspector arrived in November and a whirl ot social activities began for the girls. No sooner had they caught their breath when a successful rushing season centered around a clever Walt Disney theme. Now. members are planning their annual spring dance, Moonlight on the Terrace. The members have given an eye to scholarship as well as social events, for the national honorary, Beta Gamma Sigma claimed a Phi Chi Theta for membership this year. The new year saw one ot the sorority's membership listed in Who's Who in American Colleges, while one of the 'officers of Mortar Board is also a Phi Chi Theta. Row 'l: Clara Lohn, Elizabeth Macaron, Grace Ann Murphy, Doroihy Mvers, Doris Nielson. Q Raw 2: Norma Jean Ohlman, Virginia Palmer, Mary Lou Peterson, Doris Reed, Margarer Richardson. f .A uc.-9 I Row 5: Marilyn Roflurock, I-larvene Saager, Lelha Traver: .loan Worth, Jane Zimmerman. Nw Q - VY J Y u W4 ll' l . F' ,,,.,A, I L ll . 4.. 4 .:: Q1 E1 -v 'g I H1'L'.:.. 4- r ' 'ag if Y,1r 'hu if Row 2: Virginia Derry, Darline Duncann, Mary Ewing, Lovene Ford, Harriet Gallagher, Regina Gobalfi. x 'N -., , ., ,, -, ,, :LJ 'V X 'VY Ext 1 l Q, px W' 1 J .tw K' i J if fr' 1 1 l ww W ww l" 1 w 1, J pl H .L ,, W Q1 X,-gf f Row I: Pafrlcia Baumgarhler, Edith Bean, Darleen Becker, Emily Boone, Patricia Carpenter, Sylvia Cline. , l , YZ , 4 Q .f,,Ag,,Q.,: 6 ' '- if 'V . at 4- " I 5 wfz' 292 K The Phi Gamma Nu's at commerce this year have stood on their usual firm foundation of leadership. Mem- bers of Phi Gamma Nu's compile an excellent record for I947 of outstanding notables, which include such offices as the A.W.S. president at commerce, the vice- presidenl' of the Siudenl' Commission, the secretary of the Student Commission, 'lhe vice-president of Alpha Lambda Delta. Phi Gamma Nu captured 'lheir share of class officers with the vice-president of the iunior class ai commerce, the secretary of that class, plus two officers in both the sophomore and senior classes. Phi Gamma Nu's also have shown leadership in social affairs with their policy of sponsoring one maior social function every quarter. Wjfgi' ffl- -.54 , I! sf 'e,?5..:gtx 3 ',. -.E-,ffl I if .52 -- - -N-X LJ Lt- ff' fl f , ' fi' K-' ' 1 i 1: -'. L: , B. sf 1 ,H ,f 15,75-' ,fix -.ff ag-fr, X 'T' V -, il i, ,f f, , vi ,-4. V. is , , ,i X I 4, L if -1' Q vi. ,Ms .A ,,,,,,e ,, -J.,-,, 1' If Q' 4' , 1. , , , - .7 1 fi' ij '-' ' UQ, , Wg '-J, ,.1" i J' f' Y , , HW. .' i- Y , ,H-f ,, - ff-. - Y ull' 1,-, f x 1 i -,,,a,,- an l 'ii P eip. I ll' ,7- 'fffr ,Q 15, W ' 1 l Y 'W u 2 l,f'f'fl J l 'ij I i f "K l llixf! 14' Y l 'V DNQZA el 'eg ,Q - 4 . L, 0119 Lie e, x if-'N N wx limi ll ,Q if fi f aaaai if 'x "QS XXLQ 1219 V7.7 i l . -- 1 f' W1 1 il, I I M l , -' LP , , ,v .- J, f ,-- ,M f. I N., nf .Vi ,Q , lx A' 1 ll , .15 if bf ff Q f iff Pri rm- -" ,-,A 1 vi, ., ,V I ,wx 1 -Q57 . , i --e U'-.. J 1 Jr L' X rfzf- ' ' V Q 4 ll il will hx I I fx! ,1 i L- , fi- 4 E. . Wir! xii . , li !,,,., x lin' if 1 .U Row 'l: Doralyn Howerto-n, Betty Johnson, Betty Lou Junker, Betty Kelsey, Ruby Lawson, Virginia Massavd. Row 2: Murer Miller, Jeannie Moskisky, Beverly Nichols, Juanita Nichols Lorraine Page, Evelyn Pallaro. Row 3: Violet Prettol, Phyllis Rauchfuss, Doris Reust, Ruth Rouse, Wyledda Rousey, June Silva. Row 4: Ruth Simmon, Mary Skaliolis, Peggy Smith, Sue Tomow, .lean Warwick, Dorothy Watts. , ., A,-do 4- 'Q- ,?' I JA: ,f,,,f -1, .. .f 1, 1 f-f, f .,,i V. L V- -,,,,'.- ,....ll i J -l 4411 , J 43 P I . ,,fr,,1.457 L -l wing Lllan... ., fd' , Q., SE. , .-- 1-. 1 6 ,. .1 A r' 1. l ffl'-f "nv, .H N F,I,.,f,Lh,'Q,4,,v,, 2 iff. . , u- , Mn 2,-V,-.f 4 ' .V-fs, f it 3 ilxjii' "3" 1 ,U A , E L ,f ' Q, W ., 1 pq v t 1. ati,-H .JHV1,.:j " ' .V , . . - ,gy P-.w',f,:,-,3:,f-.faq , + .pm , A .. 1 'I I alfa 1 . iiigfvtu ' A I fl . ' U ,,...,, P P f 5' ,,k. A 6 , vp 1 ' Fi ' 1-?.gz2?fJr V Y I. " K , wil , x . N, x l .I,,III - .JJ V ii - '-4-pal . I. 1 I, , I ' .,,.:,,,.g. ,. ,II 1 .N , 3. 2 e- f - we 4 n J i.iwi. ' V I l.l LJ Sigma Kappas began another honor-filled year when on the third week of school they captured 'First-place cups for their winning float and house decorations for Homecoming, as well as claiming an aH'enda'nl' to the Homecoming Queen Still another SK was selected to attend the D Club Queen at the Thanksgiving dance. No sooner had the engraver delivered the Homecoming cups than the sorority was awarded the Panhellemc Scholarship Cup for maintaining the highest scholastic average 'For all sororities. Fraternity dinners, 'formal i I. A ll Vl r l J wl A l N I x f l A i . w f 1 ...J .vs E J ,J l u My VI I II Q - l +0 , I I " ' xl rw' 4 A 'mv :P , '.""'1 ,gl .rw . F 5. ,fl ' ' 8 6 G ' fm .ig,4Zf,...1- N l l 'H f IL , J B l rw- ,II1 II: 'If P.. . . 1 1 . ,, I s .L --, 1"-.-."o.I.' -' --,-ji? N, 1 ..I:iII,...:,9-'IQ-f ,fi-.1zfi,,g-v': gr.. Ill . 5. . L A f - 1,-f :.,,,5 ,.f 1 -5, v ' X. Q w W' Ag, .- Q l N I ... ,.,.. s A , ' il +- 'N ' i ' '- s ,' I ,. . 1 . I -Q' J 4 N. J M II , A In ,LM , Nag, .ML .- , . . . . . . . . . . . . . . F "JI i ' f k '- ' 5 It , X dances, and iammed open houses comprise the main interests of the SK social calendar, while the spring rush season is highlighted by the annual Violet Time Musicale for 'Faculty members and friends. Winter quar- ter the Denver girls played an important role in the installation of a new Sigma Kappa chapter al' Colorado Aggies. ' Row 1: Carol Ammon, Jaclyn Anderson, Lorraine Anderson, Shirley Anderson, Jane Beasley, Judy Bershaw, Aldean Bllyen, Bonnie Braid. Row 2: Gloria Brown, Elaine Burroughs, Elaine Clegg, Betsy Collins, Carolyn Cruise, Rogene Cullen, Betty Dugdlale, Dorothy Evenson Row 3: Peggy Flint, Eloise Freeland, Virginia Frost, Rae Fry, Betty Lee Goss, EIyn'r Graves, Beth Grentell, Helen Gunderson. - 4. nl- , '1 1 T' 1 1 f, . .,w , ..L.-. -5--v T-Q ll I .I. II ..II I bfi- " ',.:rT'5' ' ' T' ' Eriif' . .lic lsef -' ,. a 'fclifffil ,Fr -- -f-.el gglrwz '-Rg,s:',l ,fy Q . , :: -, "D Q' QA ,v 5.5 l"- -I .. ' B. fr' J I I - V, my '. -,. V .., .I E n.'1 ul- I.:l5f.' -is - , , , - il I , lfih I ,T , ll l " 'Y Wifi '1 , Iggy lliltll-...- , ,W FX HQ- ,v 'R n 'WK 1 yi.. if cf 'Q .,-' 4' JN , I Q. X 5, fa 5555 ' . X 'A j -P. A Q .l A '11, -. A A. : W Q, 1 3. ' e. 5 ' Q ' Q lj- 1 1 Q . ag , " - ' Le-5 , Q V 5-4. 17 If V 3 gf" Q ""fi'4 X r. in B '49 'Z' xx .4 J in f , . , ,- , v - ,uw-11. 1 - - b Row 1: Carol 'Hansen, LaVerne Herbst, Elinor Hill, Jeanne Honstein, Frances Isenhart, Mary Ann Kello-gg, Betsy Kested, Dorothy King, Edna King. Row 2: Kay King, Eleanore Knight, Joyce Knox, Jeanne Kun-z, Dalas Latimer, Hele Lininger, Phyllis Lowdermilk,,Mnrtha Magoun, Bette Lee Marriott Row 3: Shirley Miller, Marilyn Moore, Delaine Oberg, Frances Patterson, Beverly Platt, Marilyn Powell, Barbara Raber, Helen Rho-des, Kae Riggs. Row 4: Janet Rolston, Betty Rork, Jean Shlssler, Lois Sprinkle, Julie Ann Thomas, Sue Tomow, Edla Wilson, Marjorie Witherspoon, Patricia Wright. ..-ff' X 5' ,..,,.-. . sf -y-'gYz1f7'fC,Y v - . L ,.. .. ,295 K 5 f J l 1' ,y iii J . hir' ,fins F.. Q? Q3 r l . y ,ly anti, W or y ily, y y y y l For lhe Thela Phi Alphas, 'lhis year's palh of honors wound i'I's way 'lhrough a highly salirfying number of social and inlelleclual' accomplishmenfs. Evenls such as an imporfani' annual pledge formal and a fafher-daughier banquel' along wifh leadership in various phases of campus life have combined io malce 'lhis year a deeply in+eres'I'ing one. This season's role of Thela Phi's in office included such examples as lhe presidenl of Pan- hellenic, fhe presidenf of Della Phi Della, 'lhe secrefary of 'lhe Newman Club, and lhe A.W.S. represenlalive on lhe assembly commi'Hee. The sororily reaped addilional honors when a member received from 'ihe Universily lhe proud 'l'i'l'le of Miss Charm, and appeared in Who's Who in American Colleges. Row 1: Florence Abel, Rosemary Agnes. Mal? A319051 Helen Ch"'l5Ha"- Row 2: Bonnie Flinn, Gwen Gallegos, Regina Gobaffi, Anna. Lee Kelsey. 'fl fi ian-f ri QW 'Q' Q Row 1: Kathy Logan, Marge Monekfon, Kathy Morrissey, Pafricia Morrissey. Row 2: Maggie Murphy, Eleanor Munhvyler, Carmelifa Reichel, Shirley Schrepfer 1, .3 'G 'GP lf! I A 4. A 1 , Q., . . '1 " j . -. - 'r if . ',4 - -,.'. 7 " . Q ' Q FUN Q, Row 1: June Alexander, Helen Epstein, Ruth Epstein, Adrienne Kirshenbaum, Arlene Mankoff, Surle Pifter. Row 2: Maylene Price, Shirley Sher, Miriam Stern, Marseha Zekrnan. W lr ' 1 '4 p , , jj, j Wi y, jr V ,A . T .- ' T 1 ' 1 W , ' r .w ' :W x 1 w ' , , , ' , N N T X A .., -aj," X-, AL-. 3 1 1 .J ls. 1 L, -Y, k : L4 -,, " dl , A very sucessful year in all respecfs-social, scholasfic, and leadership-was challced up by 'ihe D Phi Es. High- ligl1'I's on iheir social calendar included ihe Founders Day Banque?--wiih 'ihe appropriaie fheme, "The Never End- ing Chain... A+ 'ihe annual pledge formal which was held a+ ihe Brown Palace, fhe spoilighf shone on an exira spe- cial guesi-Delia Phi Epsilon's Na'l'ional president The DU chapler of D Phi Es has always been ouisiand- ing for ifs various proiecfs such as 'lhe annual par+y for cri led children al' 'ihe Naiional Jewish Hos Hal. A liH'le ln 'Phe scholasiic field, Delia Phi Epsilon did very well, for +hey capfured ihe Panhellenic scholarship placque and also a placque from fheir Naiional. And anofher honor+ Nafional awarded 'lhe 'lille of "ou1's+anding pledge" 'lo one of ihe girls ihis year. Yes, Della Phi Epsilon can loolc wiih pride on ihe year of i946-I947, for ii' has been a very busy and oufsiand- ing year. PP P "adop1'ed" girl .in Belgium receives numerous boxes of ioys and cloihing and dozens of le'H'ers from ihe DU girls. The lai'es1' proiecl' was a pledge of SLOQO io aid in 'lhe consiruciion of ihe Rose Memorial Hospiial in Denver. This was collecied ai' a subscriplion dance af a downiown hoiel. Q H i , 5' ,jf A , .l if j-- , , 1, - 1 " , 1 ,sf , ,H-' Q-N fr! VY 1 i 1 , W W---M . W ,, e l , , i 4 I 1 5 , . l, , , ,i ' if lwll l .1. 4 V V, R ve., ML., Hi , A I, H K V A In memory of an outstanding member, Zeta Phi Eta this year established the Georgia Crowell Memorial Award, and presented a plaque and lcey to the outstanding iunior woman in the Speech Department. Requirements are stiff for membership in the National Profesisonal Speech and Dramatic Arts fraternity. With a big event every term Zeta Phi Etas keep busy with an oral interpretation program in the fall, serve as guicles and iuclges during the winier's Speech Conference, give a spring 'lea for the speech faculty and a summer reception for speech students. Row 'l: Betty Lou Brayden, Catherine Carr, Dorothy Curtin, Sylvia Diedrichs, Margaret Drescher, Valerie Forer. Row 2: Margaret Haley, Hope Hanscom, Carol Hathaway, Shirley Lipson, Eileen Miller, Patsy Mulligan. Row 3: Nancy Perkins, Valerie Rose, Regina Rowland, Louise Smart, Ottilie Stafford, Madeline Vinning. Row 4: Joleen Wessel Others: Betty Clause, Billie Hinkley, Mavis McGrew, Lohanna Moore, Marie Noble, Lorayne Shepard, Carol Silver, Anne Tannenbaum, Frankie Wethington 'inf Q'-W ' Q , - . my X ,..-K ,fr -al" ' 5 , A -L-. , - 11 W y,,,v , 1 ,M xx 1 X422 V X. L1 1 1 1, pf. f"1 1 ' ' N 1. ff 111 N1 . 1 1 f'i11i11,,f 'L iff A fig, E ., W. 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Mrs. Edith Moore, president of The local chapter, was chosen fo aH'end. Class of Charles Bolton Janet Brazile Daniel Gilbert Brown June Carothers Maria Casagranda Norman Clifton Dow Mary Georgas Joe Gooden Mary Greenwell I947 Sylvia Houghton Barbara Miles Jecob Miller Daniel A. Nidess Patricia Pimpl Katharine Riggs Rowena Rork Lenore Schatz Howard Steele Dorothy Sweet Row 1: Mary Brickner, Walter Helder, Beebg Sloan. Row 2: Waller Tasker, Walter Walker. Others: Margaret Briffan, Edifh L. Schnell, Raloh Barfsch, Flfzhugh Carmichael, Clem Collins, Gwendolyn Edwards, Lee S. Evans, Harlan I-lolben, Katherine I-lonold, Irving Klnper, Vincent Larimer, Raloh B. Mayo, David L. ,Mosconi, Elroy Nelson, Frank Onstott, Donald Peel, Allen Redeker, Jack Roek. Wayne Shroyer Robert Stewart, Harvey Willson, J. R. W ood, Jr., Wnlharn Wyman, Eugene T. Halaas. Beta Gamma Sigma Comparable lo beH'er lrnown Phi Bela Kappa, Bela Gamma Sigma is lhe nalional scholaslic honorary fralernify for schools of commercial fraining. Aspiranls musf excel in all phases of campus life as well as lead in lhe field of inlel- leclual endeavor. The business brains have lheir annual banquel' and meefing in May when lhe recipienl of lhe yearly award lo lhe oul's'l'anding freshman sfudenl is selecled and plans for lapping of new members are oullined. Class of I947 John Barcus Helen Hiss Edgar Conly Franklin Tillman Class of I948 Erma Legerski John Samsel James Travers H Graduates 305 Paul Merry Charles Willis The myslerious procession marches info fhe chapel. Omicron Delta Kappa On May Daylhe masked, black-robed figures ' peclive members. The purpose of lhe organiza- of l'he senior men's honorary slip up behind un- fion is lo promo'l'e inilialive and leadership and suspecling sliudenfs in lhe assembly audience lo inspire individual conlribulions of service lo and wifh lhe cry "Scarab wanls you," lap pros- lhe school. A banquel and lhe inilialion rilies in honor of lhose 'lapped during 'lhe unscheduled February ceremony were given al' ihe Olin holel. R I Ray Ball, Bob Beverly, Sian Boulier, Harold Dickey, Leo Ford, Jack Foster. Row 2: Bert Harriman, John Haasiedt, Charles Lind, Ed Maker, Charles Miller, James Paton. 'Row 3: Galen Rarick, Roger Schade, Richard Theander, Fred Vondy, Norman Whalen. J'-3 'Sie' Row 1: Lenore Schatz, Peggy Melzer, Janice Warner, Lefha Travers, M rg I' Mzlldh y J dy B h Row 2: Barb a Loomis, Beebe Sloan, Jean Only, Betty Lou Junker, E ly GI hll y Pedicino. i i i I 'N if " in -,I The senior women's honorary, Morlar Board, lived up lo lheir ideal of service, leadership and scholarship. For example, lhe group served coffee and sandwiches in The Press Box al' fool'- ball games, sponsored lhe Communily Chesl' Drive on campus, held lheir 'lradilional Chrislmas lea, prevenfed combines during 'Fall elec'l'ions and sold calendars 'io lhe sludenls--among many olher acfivilies. This year, Morlar Board could be recognized by lheir black blazers wilh lhe Morlar Board em- blem on lh-e poclcel, checkered slcirls, while blouses and black slrollers. Joyce Coffin, vice presldent Gene Hagel frea urer .Ia es Porterf eld president: Nancy Scott secretary Be erly Spies secretary , r T X E L I 4 5 if , iii' EC IBFII' V 'ls Lf 1575" Campus baby among fhe major organizaiions is fhe lndependenis Associaiion organized in Ocfober, I946. One hundred l'wenl'y-four slu- denis signed fheir "John Henry" io 'fhe charier and consiiiufion which was drawn up and ap- proved by fhe school adminisfrafion. The only requiremenfs for membership are fhai' ihe sfudenf be enrolled af +he Universiiy of Denver and ihai' he be non-Greek in s+a+us. The Board of Direcfors is comprised of fha oiificers, commiiiee chairmen, DU-eHe repre- senfafive, and iwo sponsors. Dues of +wo dollars a year en'l'i+le 'l'he siudeni +o a membership card and free admission fo all social funcfions which includes social dances, in+ramural sporis for bofh men and women, and all-school funcfions. 'Q' Z A A i -i33l.lOT QX 4,425 'A' K 1 7 ' 1 ' - L X21 ,x 2 f 5 G 7 if li? P' f A an . 1 1 '45 , 1" 'flg ,- ' " "JI Row 1 Gladys Alston Ruth Balkln, Dorothy Banghart, Helen Bassell, Maria Casagrande, Betty Clouse, Joyce Coffln Row 2 Gloria Curtin Lllluan Durocher Charlene Eppleh Gwendolyn Freeman, Mary Georgas, Ada Mae Gleason Wlllow Haase Beverly Hardt Row 3 Geraldine Hull Mary Jane James Nedlne Jarnxeson Jean Jones, Dona Jean Klufa, Roselyn Mastrolanru Vlrglnla Moms Judlth Nicholson Row 4 Pllyllls Nletfleld Luana Ostrander, Pat Pimpl, Esther Pope, Ralphlne Reed, Lorraine Secor Loulse Smart Geraldine Smith Row 5 Mlldred Stouder Eileen Sukomck Grace Upton, Lee Usher, Verna Vance, Lou Walker Marcellne White Others Marian Arneson Betty Bernesen Marlorle Bahr Sharon Carlson, La Moyne Cowen, Esther Keller, Bettie Lancaster Gwen Nelson Yvonne Nordell Helen Peterson Pat Sabin Eleanor Shelrer, Lorayne Shephard, Ollie Stohlman, Ruth Stone, Charlotte Talbert Nadine Tollefsen Ethel Wedgle , in ' ' III-3 .I . 'FQ S . Q' ., ' ng.- ' W "i'f,'5' ', -' 14- - 9' fl I' .-J' ' W" 1 1 '. .x'1- I rv. , nfl, "'--ig' 5 EFL ' I ' D Y 1 ' ' -. ' QT rife. Q. 'FY' 4? -uv 1 1' , ,if U- yY'1Sl7.'T' , . ' iT""T" ",?E1al'i I In addilion io regular meefings, many social aclivifies are held such as foofball suppers, hay- raclc rides, informal dances, and such fradifional affairs as fhe spring Mofher-Daughfer Banquei' and 'lhe lea presenfed in 'I'he fall during Fresh- man Weelc. Du-eHes also supporl' and parlici- pa'l'e in every all-school affair. The girls foolc 'Firsi' place in +he Twilighi' Sing in 'I'he small-group di- vision, wifh fhe rendifion of "Deser+ Song," Fon 'l'he firsi' fime, Du-eH'es are wearing fheir gold and black shield-siyled pins. All women sfudenfs noi affiliaied wiih sorori- fies are eligible 'lo become members of +he Du-eHes, acfive independeni' women's organiza- lion. Any member is free 1'o join fhe Greeks ai' any 'lime she desires. Du-eH'es endeavor io serve 'lhe Universiiy by fosfering a democraiic spiri'I' and promofing fair and equal opporiunifies for all non-affiliafed coeds. 3II 94? Oh S Phym sh H . President HI s a V' P ee- resident S Campu V AWS has 'the ieriffic fob of ouflining all women's acfivifies for fhe Universify. Under +he able direciion of 'lhe omnipofenf execufive com- miH'ee, plans are laid for ihe AWS Banquuei, Twilighi' Sing, 'l'he impressive Lanfern Night cere- mony, and fhe annual Mofher-Daughfer fea on Mo1'her's Day. Perhaps fhe biggesf rioi' of 'ihe year is fhe fradiiional AWS iurnaboui' dance, when fhe 'Females fake over fhe ficlclish iob of da+e managemeni' and plan fhe perfeci' evening, no holds barred. ' Since every girl af The Universiiy yau'l'omai'- ically belongs fo AWS, i'I"s some +ricl: fo keep ihe ladies' life running smoofhly-fo which facf any officer will fesfify. The AWS elecfions precede all oiher ballofing of women's groups, for The selecfion of girls who will besf direci fhe affairs of 'rhe coming year is no easy choice. To furfher make order our of chaos, a amphlef for incom- ing freshmen is released eachifall by ihis group. -44 Junker, Betty Lou Loomis, Barbara Connors, Pahicja Loudermilk, Phyllis President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer AWS Commerce Commerce AWS works in cooperafion wi'l'h iis sisier group on campus, in helping fo unife' members of abofh siudenf bodies info one big, happy family. Upon all occasions ,'l'he -business girls chuck fheir calculalors and sieno books inlo some far corner, and shoulder fheir half of fhe responsibilify for Homecoming, mum sales, and all olher AWS-sponsored acfivifies. Wiihoul' fhe loyal aid of H-ue Bizacl women, lhis organiza+ion would scarcely funclion as smoofhly as i'ls good name now indicafes. . . I , , L .-- , r,,., ,-- .,i,,.,,,, . , 4 American h mical Society wi Ns! Row 2: Maxine Feliz, Betty Gilhertson, une nauss. arcom, ary Hope MacDonald, Armand Nic R 4: Elaine 0'Brien, Frances Russel, Pauline Schaible. 'rley Smifh Dorothy Sweet. 3I4 R 'I Theodore A. Black, Phyllis Buckley, Rosemary Dollaghan J K The American Chemical Sociely on campus is a sludenl' afliliale of lhe Nafional Sociely, composed of professional chemisls, D.U. slu- denls, if slill aclive upon graclualion, are eligible for junior membership. The local dues are used lo encourage sludenfs who are working for de- grees, and a yearly picnic adds spice lo lhe non-chemical aspecl of life. Members proudly wear lheir round lceys of gold and blue on a while enamel and gold background. GQ lv . ' 4 4 ' , i 6" 'A I I R r I y Q 4 9 Va 5 ' 1 3 I l l iw s ik 1 0 'EW V VC X A very young organizafion, AVC, didn'1' ap- pear on fhis campus +iIl rhe early pari' of I946, immediafely affer 'lhe organiza'I'ion's famous con- sfifufional convenfion af Des Moines, Iowa. :PX-W V, The DU chapfer, believing in acrion ra+her fhan talk, have piclceled landlords who refused housing +o homeless sfudenl-vers and have achieved reversal of resfricfive housing legisla- fion. li' s'rar+ed a Consumer's Co-op in Pioneer Vil- lage and mainfains a bullerin board on fhe Li- brary's ground floor wifh news of AVC acrivifies. fi 74 A Mime H A .,, , -14,5 A A-.QQSIQ JUS . 'M mfff -' ' "',.. My MMS Umfgff? 1 . rv- -rn '2 - D014 V :K 9015" ' .A '1'5',-V qi Q 'M WIND!! Q .sw fn-. "'! -if ' ii4f4lr.f- f . 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M HQ 1'5" lar V' :ff ' 5-n 4. Au. v' t I Ll , I K .my le. 'J P' l . P 4' 1 .lil 5, -' '-'IJ I 1 1 Q , an, Row Row Row Row f 316 X, 5 1 ,g X in :fe ms- A' The aggregation of feminine pulchrifude lznown as the Alpha Lambda Deltas, have con- firmed the theory that there is no remuneration in being beautiful and dumb after all. Maintainers of a 2.05 grade average through- out the primary and secondary quarters of their freshman year, these scintillating dispensers of intellectual enlightenment became eligible for initiation and the prerogative of wearing the diminutive gold candle and ruby flame. d J I A I r Ph Ilis Barr Joanne Barra Row 2- Patricia Baumgartner Darleen Becker, Aldean Bilyue, Shirley Bayard. 'I: June Alexan er, oce yn y a , y , . . , 3: Janet Brazile, Phyllis Buckley, Gail Campbell, Betty Clouse. Row 4: Carol Coleman, Charlotte DeHarport, Maxine Feltz, Claire Ferguson. 5: Verona Fliehman, Helen Garrett, Esther Garton, Ada Mary Gleason. Row 6: Avis Hallam, Dolores Hamilton, Mary Hanscom, Katherine Harris. . , . . . . . H M J d 7: Betty Hazzard, Marilyn Henshaw, Marie Hass, Shezudo I-Iorlta. Row 8: Patricia Howard, Jean Iliff, Nadine Jamieson, a ae or an. I i ie- E J g v -N-W X , 1 V 49' 'L are 4 . - a-mf ,, 5 ,.,- leaf! c 3 -w , S 'We V ": :"V 53 , f- f if 4 Er Although pertinacious in their pursuit of 'T' V A ' 'zl' ' ' knowledge. the elasticily of their cerebral do- it ' 3 main is not bestowed solely upon textbooks, since U 1 YQ S H ft 4 each revolution of the sun around the ecliptic 555' V4-: fi l . ' f,f'A 1 'Finds several teas presented, including an ex- 0 W . A is '13 quisite Valentine 'lea for the intellectuals attend- ,4 A 2 y' h Q QQ, , N-wi e ing this institution on scholarships. lnvestiture of l 4 ' Q, l V pledges with the privileges of membership occurs ' It . ei K -f--'pf' :-I-'Fvws f at an initiation banquet in the spring. "Z' 'l 'f 'W .,?",, 'l af' A W .IM H, I 5 M ik' 6, gg I WT: in C E1 4 M 55 9 16011 lj L, L H 3 ll .ff b e e , Q re 'fl irq ' L 1 ' , - ' 141, XX V I l iv, H g , . H ' ill! - f ln i, ey' 1 V -rg Cha J . ' L ', ' " 1 my l l ' X r", 'K . f L. ll ll S31 l ls., V l ' 1 2 l I I j- 3 ' S .1 4 ' Ll: u D r, Raw 1: Betty Lou Junker, Mary Karicion, Mami Kataqiri. Elberta Lowdermilk. Row 2: Dorothy Lough, Bettie Mannon,' Barbara Miles, Virginia Miller. Row 3: Yerna Moriarity, .loy Nassimbene, .lune Newton, Margaret Oyler. Row 4: Lorraine Page, Evelyn Pallow, Virginia Plamer, Jacqueline Pindell. Row 5: Patricia Pimpl, Margaret Richardson, Ruenella Ridley, Marilyn Rothrock. Row 6: Ruth Rouse, Mary Lee Scott, June Silva, Mary Skaliotis. Row 7: Beebe Sloan, Ruth Stuver, Jeanne Summers, Dorothy Sweet. Row 8: Wilma Jean Van Engen. Shirley Jo Van Fleet, Eunice Virtue, Nancy Ward. Row 9: Carol Willey. Others Margaret Bacon, Barbara Bernstein, Juliette Gratke, Shirley Griswald, Mary Kascal, Loralee Loomis, Mavis McGrevl. H 3I7 5 . . t YW 44 Y :WZ - fre- i - ' ' V . . ss F y', V ,I y A x 1 , , r 1 1 1 V ,Aa , i '- , F ,N i ,W r, yi Its! y , yi if H . , ,,. , N, W, , i . 1 Under the alble sponsorship of Dr. Essie Cohn, lhe local chemistry honorary for women makes a tangible con+rib,ul'ion lo college life through lhe undertaking of Qvarious proiecls calculaled lo improve lhe facilities and services of lhe science deparlmenr. These chemically-minded maidens casf aside their 'resl' tubes and formulas each year lo throw a Spring Spree, +he gas house par'I'y given ioinfly with Isotopes, and '+is said they really cool: on lhe 'front burner-Bunsen, thai' is. Row 'l: June Alexander, Jaclyn Anderson, Phyllis Barr, Darline Bennett, Phyllis Buckley, Joan Clark, Charlotte Dellarport, Rosemary Dolloghan Maxine Feltz. Row 2: Betty Gilberfson, Ruth Gouge, D'Ann Gouge, Helen Gunderson, Margery Hansen, Dixie Lee Hoffman, Virginia Hoots, Ruth Kaavakami, Norma Klndig. Row 3: June Knauss, Aido Kuwabara, Mary Hope MacDonald, Dorothy McBride, Juanita Myers, Helen Nadamura, Phyllis Neitfeld, Elaine 0'Brien, Margaret Oyler. Row 4: Jackie Pindell, Frances Russell, Betty Rork, Eleanor Saenger, Pauline Schaible, Lenore Schatz, Lorraine Secor, Florence Sexton, Mallnda Simpson. Row 5: Helen Svedlund, Dorothy Sweet, Barbara Todd, Nancy Ward, Janice Warner, Wllma Van Engon, Eunice Virtue. Fifi' :limi T' L L if' r ' -igvqgzn 'r."'f 'Pl .1 sig- A 2 NA . if 5- ' f .552 ' ,5 -.- A ,. 'I ist. I ' ' s l ,'rr.! K , ' I Q, i 1 l-A I , i I W' -ir , F . vm' hz. A A V, 'will . ii Q -N-V it ,A ff -at ' 1 - . 'Yi' f '- 9 1-y E, T Row l: Judy Bershav, Jane Bradtield, Shirley Brown, Pat Cottln, Mary Lou Damascio, Lucille Danz, Doris Davenport, Harriet Evans Row 2: Virginia Frost, Alyce I-leftner, Rita Jones, Carol Junker, Dorothy Klndig, Kay King, Jeanne Lindquist, Virginia Lock, Jeanne McNeil Row 3: Marilyn Moore, Frances Patterson, Ella Rae Payne, Irene Pedicino, Jackie Pindell, Mary K. Porter, Evelyn Quinn, Barbara Raber, Marcla Ratzer Row 4: Ralphine Reed, Ruenelln Ridley, Lenore Schatz, Edith Scott, Artis Tanton, Mary Frances Thompson, Sue Tornow, Shirley Wilson, Lane Wykert ip .N 7 V: XFX, ,Wy X E fifm-Wi X hr-,-J 1743, n new J ,,m.,flii.,1-1, ' The dynamic ladies ot the press don't teel at home unl-ess they have a stack ot copy at one elbow and the smell of printer's ink in each nostril. Their big moment comes when these sob sisters relieve the male members ot the Clarion and demonstrate their savoir-faire by putting out a model paper. The organization, ever expanding, hopes to eventually petition tor membership in the national iournalistic honorary fraternity. x , ,. ,,. ND if .f ',if'Aw1 I N l ' 'XJ 1 .5 X - If' in V-ix Us , 6, ,I fpflfjjzw' if f -'U' ,fjicll 7 ,H .V J ' 'Y 5511, ' fa wi, r ,,1:,f' if .. b, A, ,f fl gf' y if ,, ff ,. --H ' - "1- , L My J' V iff-'ll 'X 'XQL-,jg i y -:T 1 Y, 3l9 g- rf., ,rx 1, KZ ww, ,,-.' ,f , . any 'nf +1 ,X - -,L Q5 I - v ,ff lv- v Av I If .I .f -'fx-Q: Y ,X ,N ,, f --:X ,J gf , 4-' v 'A M ,K Y .V Y M Y 1 , 'gf ,ff x if f ,ij M! 1, H., "-fm'j:1.Y ' , , r' xv' gf 1.07-I ' ' ' L E 1 fr ge 3' 4 "i :fx t i I 'I 1: :Q x wJ, tw f X -, 1 t r L J- Y V Y1Z5,,w.,..a fe-, - M34 ,: - - , -v --A'-'--+--- fs-Y-.-ww--4, , - Y-- .-N. v,..,, ., ,, W, , Y Y' Y it-Q 5 Y -rv K - -- '-:.-- -,. 1,-. .......... W-.-1.. "":. 4- . Dir ' ..., - --wef- Je at . , Pi 'I 'IFA 5 N - ' M l 42 N'-' N V , . nf! us- , ,J -K ' tl, .. 1 Row 1: Sidney Berger, Robert Cohan, Robert Francis, Roy Fritz, 'Ellis tlatten, Harold Hayden. Row 2: Robert Hedberg, Fred Klein, Andrew Koonce, Warren Lockyear, Charles 0'DelI, Lawrence Weissenberger. Others: Lee Adler, Edwin Anderson, Robert Baker, Edward' Balog, Walter Bernkopt, Douglas Blackman, Arthur Conley, Thomas Foster, Howard Gebow, Charles Gelser, Robert Glassey, Robert Hinsey, Gwendall Hudson,' Robert lllson, Floyd Johnston, Stuart Johnston, Walter Jost, Stanley Love, Lyndrall Marcum, Donald McKenna, Albert Mckittrlck, James Mulloy, Cliston Murray, Alvin Nelson, LeRoyoPainter, Charles Redman, Donald Scheiman, Thomas Scott, James Shotts, John Skuderna, Robert Taylor, Marvin Tyor, Frank Welck, Ronald Weller, Challen Wells, Leyden Wilson. meriean Institute of i Electrical Engineers Working in cooperation with the college ot engineering, this organization each year plans an open house in the new engineering building, to demonstrate the latest developments in elec- tronic research. Members get lost in the in- tricacy of meetings that revolve around topic movies, noted speakers, and heated haggling over national dues. By undertaking various time- worthy projects throughout the course ot the school year, the kilowatt' kids carry out their pur- pose ot furthering knowledge ot the recent sci- entitic advances in the field ot electricity. 1 . l we e , A f-F-11.1. ' is ' . A 1 UI L , - . lb 1 IX ,lm ' ' 1 ' 'Q' C ,fb N I- ' 'iii l ':' -e gg" , l tai-f .-., f Wg i ri ei - ' 9'-1,9 'Z :.:'. - f, - .q u U - -"Tiny-3-p.! - f . Ji... X 320 l.. . V In ,. of T..-,Q f A , P i' --' , i ,1'.l.1 f.T:v i" :J sqft EF lg, Hof 'H 'A-iic -'iethpq IH llf ill' nw l l , l ll ' "W ' 7 fl l Although this club is primarily for faculty members and sludenls who follow the Episco- palian faith, anyone who aspires 'ro Christian 'Fellowship is welcome lo participate in lhe group undertakings. The weekly meetings promote spiritual influence, education, and a wide span lo , . V'- he "1 B 'W , an I , I 1 x, l,f' liz' .L Cf i ff 'Q A 'K 11. of social aclivilies, such as square dancing, dis cussions on devotional topics, and dinners Dur ing the Lenten season communion services are held every weelc to further understandlno of the religious significance of lhis lime of year Row 1: Clarence Abbott, Burnhilde Bohner, Shirley Brown, Bill Bullard, Pat Carney, Peggy Carroll, Lorrie Carter, June Caruthers Row 2: Alice'CIagett, Carolyn Cruise, Margaret Dickson, Donald Foxworth, Patsy Frazee, Inez Frazer, Eloise Freeland, Dick Frormke Row 3: Bette Lee Goss, Ralph Hatch, Elinor Hill, Virginia Hoots, Charline Hoover, Peggy Jackson, Ava Jean Jones, Carolee Mcinany Row 4: Armand Nice, Marian Munday, Robert Munsey, Beverly Platt, Joy Rushmore, Jean Shissler, Beverly Spies, Eleanor Streater Row 5: Margaret Watson, Harry Watts, Marjorie Witherspoon, Elizabeth Yonge, Martha Zlgler. 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The girls lilcelhe boys. The boys have a room. His l'heir room. His 'l'he D Club room. ll is in l'he sladium. The boys shool' pool. 322 The Club has no purpose. Max Jordan said so. Max Jordan is l'he head. He is 'l'he D Club head. The boys have dinners. Girls can nol' come l'o 'lhe dinners. The boys have a dance. ll' is l'he D Club dance. Boys come lo 'I'he dance. Girls come lo l'he dance. The boys chews. a queen. She is nol' a real queen. The boys do nol give her a real crown. Q Allen, Cy Ball, Ralph Ball, Ra . Bakke, auentin Barton, Fred Bauer, Kenneth Barger, Richard Berry, Adam Beverly, Robert Bork. Ed Brafford, Charles Brafford, Karl Brennecke, Frltz Browning, Gregg Carlton, Clarence Carter, James Chavez, Arthur Clinger, Daniel Coats, Bill Cochran, Vernon Conboy, James Cribari, Joe Crouse, Charles Davis, Ross Dennison, Ross Edwards, Roy Ernst, Robert Eskildson, Lloyd Estlow, Ed Fabrizius, Harold Fairchild, James Foltz. Robert Folsom, Fred Ford, Leo Foster, Jack Gingras, Clifford Girt n, Jack Haddock, Harold Hall, William Halford, Robert Hammond, John Hand, Harold Handiwork, Wayne Hastie, Harold Havens, William Hauser, Jack Hays, Loren Hazelhurst, Robert Hefley, Arlo I-lend er, Irwin Hendricks, Clyde Hill, Rowland Hirsch, Phil Hirsch, Robert Honstein, LeRoy Horn, Jack Horvat, Joe Horvat, Robert Hyllegard, Wayne Ito, Setsuo Jackson, Frank Jacobs, Grover Jordan, Max Karamigios, John Kldder, Arthur, Jr. Kluttz, Hank Kunz, LeRoy Leatherman, Delbert Lesar, Ed Llnd Charles MacLeod, Ronald Maison, Don Mesch, Daniel Miller, George Miller, Willard Mohar, Robert Morton, Arthur Mimsey, Robert Myers, Robert Narahara, Tetsuo Nelson, Kenneth Nlederhut, Wlll Otto, Gerald Pagliasotti, James Pavish, Andrew Peckinpaugh, Spencer Proctor, Bill Reed, Jaclg Reed, Warren Regzer, Don Riddell, Robert Roszelle, Robert Ross, Frank '- 5,Rlfi5i7-3412 .i 9 . ' A. Q: 4 ,. L' ,wr 1 Saraclno, Tom Saunders, Roy Schroeder, Richard Schumacher, William Schwartz, Melvin Seewald, Larry Smith, Marvin Elwood Smith, Shayle Snyder, Richard Stearns, Carl Strohm, Robert Thomas, Merritt Tillquist, Leonard Tillquist, Robert Travers, James Unterzuber, Charles Valesquez, Jose Weber, Wes Weimar, William Weimar, Heinz Wells, Henry West, Robert Westbay, Wllllam Woytek, Steve Yamamoto, Sato Yahvah, Kenneth Yates, Richard Yorker, Lloyd ,:. 4 n V... ,L ff',f Q- -ex ,....,,,., 1, xivfvqiw L- ,-.,.,t.,, - .. -' ,if Y ,jx-4 , '21, .. " .. 2 I , - ' , t . ,ee - A lr' .sw ' " .eil H air limes. 'Z YE , :E -gf j 'Vi' E'-,? :, 1 'Q rv mi J 'S 4, M ,. AA ,ll .N 5 ir:-G A V Y nf , Q, l fe . qw n 324 x L JV" 'AQ " ' li ,sw 3 f We ,T ' ,A ii ' 'Q " 4' '5if.'iff:-412lia..,.'21r 41" . Kg.,--,fiafrpii 1-it , . I f-la, I Y Row 'I: Pat Abrahamson, Dorothy Bangllarf, Ruih Bergren, Ja Row 2: Don Burn, Patricia Carson, Barbara Charney, Catherine If you wield a wiclced paini' brush and can discourse on fhe beaufies of cerise-surrealism, you doubfless wear 'l'he liH'le palafe crossed by brushes, which signifies membership in lhe Daubers. The promofion of friendship among arf sfudenfs and encouragemeni' of arl' in lhe Universify is fhe worfhy purpose of fhis organi- zafion. The fu'I'ure Salvador Dalis hold an annual' Carnival and Ari' Exhibii' in Margery Reed in honor of fhe faculfy and sfudenfs. nel' Blair, Phyllis Brady, Virginia Br h Cole, Rosalind Cowan, Lorraine D k p The firsf of March found 'rhe yearly ini'I'ia+ion pariy a+ Glazier's Barn, wilh all decorarions in charge of fhe forly new pledges. Daubers boughl 'ihe wall boards for 'I'he Ari Exhibifs and painfed The cupboards and 'Furnifure of rhe Ari' Deparimenf. llncidenlally, if you have any new 'Furnifure you need painied, iusi' give fhese lcids a ring.l Daubers have sbeen sfarfed ai' The Civis Cen'I'er Campus fhis year for all arf-loving Biza s. Daubers arm., Aiihlh. .IL f 1 r - ' ' -' "f f ff - --1: ' ' J- f QI ' ,s l r,"' Egg, :al ,Z xx 'ESQ -x, ff, , 'gun .V ., X Tv A 3.,, . 45. 1, A' W1 A X 1 H74 v-. ,Al A A .P ' 1, .Knew .r ,...-3. H W' 0' 'H' ' I K . , v . fig,- - . -vhrirvf .l,..' . Fngaifx V N ' P rag e ln' fi ' MJ-hzvfw v- any 1' yi 'TA hjxzif' lr .. .I , L X- 15,15-neg.. A . .. ,, -.' , 1 .Ari 41. :S , 'Wa we .- 'fl' Row 3: Wanda Eastwood, Miles Fairchild, Ed Gamewell, Evelyn Glass, Ann Green Ann Hammer Row 4: Beverly Hardt, Marilyn Henshaw, Doris Hugo, Dorothy Kindig Marlorae Mallory Row 5: Glen Schultz, Beverly Slohm, Clayton Williams, Barbara Wood Others: Bill Alexander, Ed Arko, Helen Ange, Jeit Bauer, Henry Benard, Terry Bramlet, Ed Breuneg Sharon Carlson, Sue Carregan William Colllnson John Coulter, Betty Coyner, Rosalind Cowan, Mary Anne Clue, Mary Lou Gillian, Andrew Glonec Chet Gorton Naomi lnar Ruby Karemiglos Dolores Lauer, Sally Lewis, Adeline Matfey, John McCleere, Beverly Noodberg, Irene Pericino, Pat Ptimmer Shirley Rlsch Pat Roth, Harrison Shatter, Shirley Scoll, Dorothy Seylor, Dorothy -Smith, Wilburta Taintor, John Wataschek 'H 3 11' A ' H- A nil: Q Y if ' n M' A ,, I4 ..,. Drama Club Scene -Basemenl' of Memorial Chapel. Sesame-Ah, Mergelroyd. I prilhee 'lell me which arl' D 'lhese people who 'lrod lhe boards of yonder slage and ac'l' so seeming fair? Merg. -How now, dullardl Knowesl' no? lhe Drama Club? Tis said 'lheirs is 'lhe dislinclion of being oldesl' club on campus. Sesame-Pray go on. Merg. -Tis nol' only- lhis Drama Club which spor'l's lhe ,genius of lhe lheafre, good friend. Ano'l'her group who slroll yonder halls meel' muchly wilh mine approval. Albeil smaller in number, 'l'he help 'lhey 'lender lo lhe Drama deparlmenl is of goodly proporlion. ' -Yi. . , ,' ' ' I 1 National Collegiate Players Sesame-Of whom spealcesl' 'll1ou7 Merg. -They are called Nalional Collegiale Players. The Nafional honorary in Dramalics is 'lheir boasl, and verily 'lheir eiforls are noleworlhy. Enlrance is effecled 'lhrough high grades, up- perclass raling, and cerlain required poinls in s'l'agecraH' and acling. Sesame-By 'lhe beard of Sl. Dilberl, l would lznow more. How came lhese 'lirsl-named sludenls 'lo parlalce of lhe Drama Club? Merg. -Goodly elliorl is given lo 'lhe arl of acling and inlricacies of slageworlr. Tis also required 'lo claim a raling of lhird quarler freshman, al' leasl. Howbeil, all is noi' worlx. The company a'H'ends l'hea'l're plays and parlicipa'l'es'in Uni- versily aclivilies. Firsl prize for 'lheir floal in 'lhe Homecoming Parade broughl greal renown. Ah, lo be or nol 'lo be . . . and who would no'l be a Drama Clubberl V N QV Will I M AJ 'WO View Kal -do 19 -"Ba, it A 3 ?... 145 , fa We r 51 ee ,pa-an QJRUF WY fha Row 1: Walter Ford, Jack Frisrnan, Peter Kusababe, Abe Raich, Robert Serra. Row 2: William Spangler, Robert Sprowell, Andrew Suiata, Akira Taieri, Duane Whitlow. Others: Clarence Carlton, William Chess, Robert Lustig, Johnson Mossrnan, Robert Park, Tom Pease, William Sanders, Gerald Schechter, Dean Smernott, Martin Stemberg. Plenty ot hard worlr and high grades are the requirements tor this honorary chemical organ- ization. Pledges add color to the college scene by wandering about in rubber chem aprons with the Greek letters' printed on in white paint- f' , ff Lf",-' .:.,,:' ' ' bottles ot atomic mixtures tucked neatly under their scholastic arms. The annual steal: fry in May and the hectic Gas House Spring Spree head the list ot social activities sponsored by this group. ,ff ,, -54 ,f',--,,,,V ' ,-, X - If -f ,. f- f-' ,. ,cfrezf ,. ....f--- -f T- , X A .such A4,,, P., c, X, ef..- . V 5- ,. J, 1 --',,,V!- 4 1- J ,ff v-A 'ff X' i V X f ,, ff 1,5 gc. .f 'X NYJ .xx X T ffl' " 'Y I '-7 ' .i-N XJ N , f 7, ,Lk V F , -ff il 4... eeee 3 rj - IN, X f:,,.i: r 1 Xp I l , s. ff W n ' 1 L fffl 9 r l W -- 'Wi .f', W, , " vi ' 'Y " ' J-i'L.,,,,ff1 Ta-'ri' Qjfl Of- !! 13- ,",Qf 0 in ,, v V' 1:5 X 'f .iff f , K,-'il' 1 V!-L ,A!,, V, 5 . xxx. l f x f L -if 1 L Af" gxf A v 1 'EJB . we-ff .4 ii-fi . 1 X, U tw- l 1" l " ' f s mf "' 1 .V-Y f ll li + 'fl 1 1' ll X if l l 1 l l l N L x l 1 " ,-'L , Yi ,V w r ,, iff- L. The ambilion of mos? hard-working Daubers is lo ulfimaiely malce Della Phi Della, 'lhe Na- fional Ari' Honorary. To be a Delia Phi lakes an upperclass raiing, a B average, ancl a maior or minor in Art Exchange exhibifs are held in The spring wifh Colorado Universily, expeclilions are made +o Chappell House and fhe Cify ancl Counfy Building, and whe'n a school affair re- quiring exfra-scrumplious decorafions comes along, you'll find Della Phi Delia has a hand in fhem. Row 1: Florence Abel, Maria Casagrande. Barbara Charney. Row 2: Irene Pedicino, Shirley Wolf. .Wm :QQ Q is + N lr , - F dig 1 55 113V 9. f - If-T ,l ' in 'F . i'." - 'Q 1 We V' ,- 1 ,A gpvlqr a ,V - ,D F lj -. el 4.-,wiki .- F r 5 IF r , 1, . , ,. Row 1: Joanne Barra, Mariorie Bauder, Abahail Becerra, Margaret Best, Helen Blanchard, Bette Clouse, Shirley Dickerson, Cleo Ferguson. Row 2: Patsy Frazee, Eloise Freeland, W. H. Freeman, John Gilliland, Jackie Galsier. June Haas, C. J. Hardesty, Marcella Harris. Row 3: Pat Harrison, Carol Hathaway, Eleanor Hill, Florence Hofmelstor, Helen Hostetter, Charline Hoover, Janice Johnson, Viola Kimmel. El lub E panol fv ' 525131 Yi pew 1 ,-..- , J 1..,.. - I 1 fi :ff- x 1 , fl 'Q 49" n 'S 1 hide Prld 1 . -,4 Buenas alias, amigos. Land me your ear wan moms-nto, ond I tell you abot the ondsomo senors ond be-oootiful senorilas. Es EI Clooh Espanol. EI Cloob es for the stoo- denls spiking sponish-no 'es for noboddies bot the keedies who stoocly the sponish. Es mooch seenging in thees cloob-the members see-ng sponish songs at every meeting weeth mooch gusto. They envite guest spikers who sexeng songs ond 'laik on the litatore ond costoms of South America. Ees wan 'line time en lhees cloob, nol Sil Now you know wot they do on a rainee night en Denver. wmwfis Xfff 1' Row 'I: Wendy Kocel, Joyce Knox, Eleanor Knight, Dale Lapham, Dotty Lou Larson, Dorothy Maior, Bettie Mannor, Dan McAnaIly. Row 2: Lorena McKay, Christine Middleton, Barbara Miller, June Miller, Mary lane Mincher, Pat Morrissey, Doris Nauman, Delaine Oberg. Row 3: Frankie Patterson, Bertha Reppel, Janet Rolston, Joy Rushmore, Jane Schwab, Gerald Shank, Betty Swayze, Pat Taylor. Row 4: Gwen Weyl, Frances Wilson, Lane Wykert, Betty Yonge, Martha Ziglerf Q Others: Mary Ann Culliton, Pat Daley, Mary Darnell, Nellie Mae Durnan, T. H. Felhauer, Phyllis Gifford, Robert Hough, Joyce Johnson, Cecilia Jenkins, Opal Marie Olinger, Michael Reece, Frank Rivera, Louis Ruybalid, Dorothy Seyler, Bill Shaftron, Joan Stewart. I PI' ' WT: W, . .45 .il P 1 A my , r'5'+.'j1rfl" H- Ji? it I gi 'Q if r l Any,- if 1 , :gi fd li !.""':. l 'rr I W in J X . 512, I file r A ...- Ke , A.. V . . , . :Pia I '- , un'-I 1 ' ' ... .1 l Gag: -xg, 1'-F' 1 gg, Fi ful . 'Q l J QA? X if , ffwffgsi ' U-H ' T r 'wi' ' -u A- W '1 .D 1 I ,rp I l ' ag. 'Egfr' " 5 1 Q-, if 4-.u",Q, Y eire age i , 51? . - 'T-F13 ' 'Q " 'ag 19 R " 3 1 if , f'5'21':5f"n 1' X" "f?'1A34F.'m'! vfgif H ' . awe ,H-as-' "' , Jil"-'-' 4- -4 - A. -ww. .. lx I 143-W ,I ft "" , w . -Q, U . 4, - i rj, - ,f - fi F51 ' , l it 5 L 'G 'ir f ' riff f Row 1: Shirley Anderson, Marilyn Bell, Phyllis Buckley, Lorrie Carter, Charles Curtin, Earl DenBestc, George Febinger. Row 2: Verona Fliehmann, Betty Gilbertson, Avis Hallam, Mary Hanscom, Esther Heller, Edna King. Row 3: Mary MacDonald, Judith Nicholson, Jarold Niven, Elaine O'Brien, Virginia Olson, Herbert Sandberg, Eleanor Scheirer. Row 4: Mary Lou Schwarz, Beverly Spies, Jeanne Summers, Dorothy Sweet, Maxine Wlthlow. Others: Lindeberg, Ed Lucas, Clara Meister, Connie Miles, Harold Niven, Max Oettle, John Robertson, Virginia Starr, Howard Steele, Donald Wickham, Richard Winchester. - TT 4 ... V , w - ' 1 X 7 , Wiegeht! Vot ve do in der German Club? Ya, now I tel you peoples vot iss so eager yett. Der German Club lDie Lustigen Deutschen to you dumnlzopts vat dun't speak der German, iss tor der Frauleins and Herren vot is spealrinlr German on der campus. French iss verboten, Spanish is verboten, but der German-ya! A concert by der German Singing Society ot Denver iss this year new mit der activities. Also iss 'in German a play by der advanced students T yy given, mit beginninlr students even understood- l it W ii V V it ing der iolces yet. ' Earl Blornrnel, Henry Burlscher, Ellen Gartrnan, Esther Helling, Willa Hellman, Margaret Kennedy, Kenneth Klingman, Arvin Kramisch, Z' Lola U ,Y-H3 ,Hs ,-umigs :- -f , .gi AWB' 'P sr L e . -- :ga ig-L-u'Q' 'aw J! K i 'R MH I ' v ,f l' .f J li, x ff' , , .,:,i .l 0' L I sa J 4 par l 1 'he we ' ,, Y :Il . 4, .a FW L , E' .gui ,T is . , My Q as" 1.1 . .L -f .U fl, l X Q I it Q' ELA'- . ue- . ' '. 1 Lk ,' . , l 51: . fff-32, ,A .VA 51,2-' Q, .cffv A - IS. 1 . ' " ,. - ..., F ..1e.. Row 1 Kay Benner, Shirley Bovard, Jim Burkey, June Carolhers, Joan Casey, Harold Ciscell, Pal Clark. ,N Row 2: Martha Fowler, Jackie Foy, Palsy Frazee, Inez Fraiser, Mary Georgas, Ada Gleason, Lucia Kirk. ,Q Row 3 Katherine Howland, Allen Howerson, Wendy Kocel, Marcus Kyle, Harrier Latham, Nancy Linn, Howard Miller. Row 4 Rosalind Murray, Robert Rayner, Rodger Shade, Charlotte Schaelzel, Lenore Schatz, Twyla Stark, Bobbie Stern. Row 5: Jackie Theander. i W l l w ' l fl "W T ll Pl li 1 T A Firm believers in "One World," The lnTerna- Tional RelaTions Club promoTes inTeresT and co- operaTion in inTernaTional affairs and encourages The sTudy of currenT problems. ATTendance aT l.R.C. meeTings Tor one quarTer is required be- Tore official membership is granTed. LasT Tall The group played hosT To The Rocky MounTain Con- ference aT which regional l.R. Clubs presenTed a model of The Unifed NaTions. Each spring 'Finds The local organizaTion sponsoring The Colorado High School l.R.C. Conference held aT D.U. 1 l , I nl: 'Fi X V V -any Q 'V m,,,1 1 5 J' 1 -: 3. ' L , T it? E L. 19' llifx JF EP n, Shirley And E lyn Angus, Vesta Ball, Alice Bartletr, Barbara Beatty, Florence Berzenski, Georgia Boelwne. R 2: L ma Bo er Phyllis Brady, Gloria Brown, Joan Burrell, Virginia Butterfield, Lorrie Carter, Jim Childers. Carolyn Cruise. R 3 L D il D I Duncan, Miles Fairchild, Maribelh Fa nsworfh, James Fields, Virginia Frost, Elyn'r Graves, Georgia Gunnolus. R 4 L ' H g A n Hammer Marcella Harris, Elmer H din Donn Hermann, Jean H,onstein, Norma Josephson, Viola Kimmel. if 1' QI? l 7- c Skating Club ' r 334 The Iceman came io D.U. 'lhis year as well as lo Broadway. The experls on 'lhe ice-blades 'Formed a club of lheir own and applied for recognilion as l'he o'Fl'icial. Ice Skaling Club of 'lhe Universily. The beginning of fall quarler found ice enlhusiasls making semi-weekly pil- grimages' 'lo lhe Englewood lce Rink, where one nighl' a monlh was given over 'lo a business meel- ing in lhe romanric aimosphere of 'lhe Warming house. When premaiure spring wealher closed down ihe rink in January, l'he figure eighf fanciers iook lo The mounlains, making Ever- green and Homewood fheir headquarlers. Mem- bership drives were held during each quarler, wi'l'h approximalely one-hundred 'len members ioining The ranks. lnsiruciion in fancy and plain ,skaling was iven unlil 'lhe Englewood Rink closed, bul' is Club plans fo coniinue l'his service nexl' year. The icemenxplan lo sponsor ice-skaling parlies for ofher Universily organiza- lions, also. ' ' F ,-,,---fa' ' Z 4 S Row 1: Edna Ring, Marlys Klump, Joyce Knox, Donna Lindgren, Helen Maul, Bernard Moura, Blanche Murren, Dan MeAnaIly. Row 2: Carolyn Nauman, Phyllis Nietteld, Sharon Page, Martha Peck, Doris Reust, Helen Rhodes, Jeannette Ro-berts, Bonnie Rocky. Row 3: Janet Rolston, Raymond Rowland, Charlotte Schaetzel, Beverly Spies, Harry Tang, Jane Tokheim, George Wale, Joleen Wessel. Row 4: Les Whitaker, Kirk Whitely, Edla Wilson. Pat Wright. Others: Theodore Anderson, Robert Arany, Arthur Bate, Ed Breunig, Barbara Buehrlng, James Damon, Harold Gentry, Walter Jenkins, Elna Johnson, Marge Forgenson, Robert Kiley, Don Kreuthmeir, Bill Kunzmann, Henry Lemaire, Cleo Meredith, Bill Miller, Clara Miller, Jean Mills, Joe Mora, Yvonne Nordell, Dwight Petty, Walter Phillips, O. L. Plette, Leola Pope, Glen Proctor, Marilyn Rasmussen, Dorothy Rentro, Frank Sacher, Ed Sander, W. tt. Shimnlel, Glenn Scheele. F. D. Stafford, Sally Syggrh Floyd Tanaka, Larry Tuttle. Elmer Wharton, Francis Whitney, Earl Atkins. l W, , LU il -4 .u ,.,, ,,'-ar 2 W e in 1 X , 'h4'-w. p-., pfil .41-1 GY' ,! ,- '4 inf.: l 1 .' . 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HH1f.+ -1 A Q 5 ' - W 'L ,fi " P 13 v .-5, L , A' 5 Y Y r- l iii 1 . V P- . -.,, 1 In I ' x . - ,a, ' ' ' fi . Q L . -J' . 3 ful ' Row l: Arline Abbott, Rosemary Agnes, Virginia Ahrens, June Alexander, Jaclvn Anderson, Evelyn Angus, Janet Bane, Dorothy Banghart, Helen Bassell, Darlene Bennett, Ruth Bergen. ' Row 2: Mered-ith Bergrene, Velma Bertholt, Barbara Boggs, Brunnhilde Bohmer, Bonnie Braid, Celia Brown, Geraldine Buckley, Eileen Carroll, Maria Casagrande, Elaine Clegg, Janie Cullen. Row 3: Doro-thy Curtin, Mary Deranleau, Rosemary Dollaghan, Lillian Duerocher, Lorraine Durkop, Charlotte Dusterdick, Harriet Evans, Maxine Feltz, Jo Finn, Verone Flichmann, Peggy Flint. Row 4: Betty Gilbertson, D'Ann Gravett, Gloria Grinsanti, Helen Gunderson, Willow Haase, Lois Hegener, Mariorie Hansen, Victoria Hansen, Sybil Henderson, Betty Hoagland, Dixie Lee Hoffman. Row 5: Helen Hopkins, Virginia Hoots, Beverly Hopley, Shizuko Horita, Svlvia Houghton, Georgia Huey, Jean Iliff, Frances Esenhart, Peggy Jackson, Edna May Johnson, Phyllis Jones. 'AM Future chemists on other campuses, while beating out ther brain cells over such subjects as isotopes, might take a hint from DU-whose isotopes, tar from being chemical properties, are beautiful coeds. 336 One of the biggest organizations on campus. Isotopes serves to unity the women ot the "Gas House." lt brings the 'Feminine inhabitants of that institution together tor meetings ancl social affairs. Any one enrolled in a Physics or Chem- istry course is eligible tor membership. Authorities on scientific subiects speak al' the by-monthly meetings. A big event during the spring is the traditional Spring Spree, which the Isotopes help sponsor. In December the girls participate in the Gas House Christmas party. Among the distinctive pledge pins on campus is the miniature test tube tied with white ribbon, proudly worn by Isotope pledges during the fall and spring quarters. Regular initiation is' held during the fall, with a smaller one in the spring. Active members of Isotopes receive a key-a design of two small test tubes in a test lube rack. F Row 'lz Carol Junker, Ruth Kawakami, Florence Kennlson, Norma Kindlg, Dorothy King, Jeanette King, Jery King, Maralys Klumpp, June Knauss, Kathy Koeteeuw, Betty Kruetter. Row 2: Aiko Kuwabara, Marie Lampe, Jeanette Lanning, Dalas Latimer, Barbara Leman, Shirley Lewis, Joyce Lockett, Lee Loetfler, Kathryn Logan, Mary Lynch, Mary MacDonald. Row 3: Betty Maleham, Marlorle Mallory, Betty Lee Marriott, Dorothy Jean Mathew, Dorothy McBride, Shirley McChesnay, Carolee Mcinamy, Royce McKnight, Peggy Melzer, Ora Jean Miller, Shirley Miller. l YJ' 'wil' A ' . . ' 11,- l 'K I I "' A as , wr 9 5' . 'I yv 'W 943 .2 Row Row Row Row Ruenella Rldley, Kae Rlggs, Barbara Rltchle, Jacklne Robins, Verle Rogers, Doris Romne, Margaret Royer, Eleanor Saenger, Beverly Schaus. Lenore Schatz, Eleanor Scheirer, Kay Schertx, Dlane Schoelzel, Dorothy Schukneckt, Mary Lou Schwartz, Lorraine Seco-r, Florence Sexton, Geraldine Shank, Linda Simus. Elalne Smith, Belle Sonnetleld, 'Fheresa -Stalcup, Sandea Steele, Eleanor Streater, Mildred Strouder, Eileen Sukonick, Margaret Sullenberger, Jeanne Summers, Arlyn Stutton. Helen Svedlund, Beva Swanson, Dorothy Sweet, Betty Tacha, Ruth Titsworth, Barbara Todd, Nancy Tombling, Wilma Van Eugen, Enice Virtue, Mariorie Wales. Row 5: Janice Warner, Naomi Williams, Carol Wllley, June Wurtxbach, Dixie Wykert, Jane Zimmerman. Oth : J lcle French Ruth Gately Polly Gentry, Connie Godkln, Elleen Gordon, Juliette Gratke, Velma Hansen, Arlene nann, Eleanor nuuges, .one err ac Heiser, Bette Hoaglanit, Edna Horn: Margaret Howe, Anlta lngraham, Joyce Inman, Jean 'IGH' P9997 Jarkwn, I-0l'fil06 Johnson. I-Yl!0ll0l0 1000900 Esther Keller Lola Knutson, Ada Kunz, Jerry Kurland, Betty Lawrence, Jean Leach, Janlce Levy, Carol Lincoln, Joy Lundlen, Eleanor Mayer, Suzanne cGrorth llaullne McCall Mafrcene Metzger Jean Mllls, Florence Moore Dorothv Mooris Nancy Mossman, Blanche Murren, Lee Natheson, l-lenrette M Y 1 , I I I - ' Neubuerger, Opal Marla Ollnger, Fumo Qxawa, Doris Paasch. An Isotope tradition is their yearly proiect, for which the girls present something to the Sci- -' y once building. Dr. Essie Cohn, professor ot' Chemistry at the University, is the sponsor. 338 ' J . .fl K.: , ,V y I I ,W , ,, S Ai?. - 4. ex 51 J- -' V-V . , .f' W" ' " UV 1 ,1f,f'A.' ,- , ,f A , ' L gil ' 'S f 1 1 I S wv11f' -- . 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' W " Xl 'Wjf 1 4 l l l w l One of lhe counlless organizaiions floaling around 'lhe Gas House, Plalinum chapier of lola Sigma Pi, is lhe nalional women's honorary in Chemisiry. These modern superwomen, who can lell you all aboul' alpha-me1'hyl-be'l'a-henyl-e+hyl- amine le+c.l musl' have compleied six chem lab courses wifh 1a B average and be faking lheir sev- enih. During lhe May Day ceremonies +he group presenls a medal 'lo lhe girl making fhe highesl' grade of lhose complefing 'lheir firsi five quar- lers of chem lab. Row 1: June Alexander, Jaclyn Anderson, Brunnhilde Bohmer, Phyllis Buckley, Charlotte Del-larport, Charlotte Duslerdick, Maxine Feliz, Belly Gilbertson Row 2: Ruth Gauge, LaVerne Herbsl, Dixie Lee Hoffman, Ruth Kawakarni, Mary Ann Kellogg, Norma Kindig, June Knauss, Aiko Kuwabara. Row 3: Dorothy McBride, Mary Hope MacDonald, Elaine 0'Brien, Jacqueline Pindell, Kae Riggs, Frances Russell, Florence Sexton, Shirley Smith. Row 4: Dorofhv Sweet, Janice Warner. Others: Jean Sawyer, Betty Stone, Margaret Wesferlund. li. ,:k1f A ear ls-T V15 ' , gm . "-1: ,-In A -lr' 'Nw ea Ma re o der, Esther Carton, Emily Girault, Donald Good. w 2 Eli r t re f yl ht , Neloise Johnson, June Newton, Pat Pimpl. w 3 Sh l I' J Vaughn. Mariorie Witherspoon. Oth D n Elan hard Friend Bl e Ca l u B tty Bral d Lawrence Butlrich, Ellzabeth Darnell, Margaret Egan, Juanita Eller, rvln Elliott Eugene E dl y W nda'Goodwin-. Helen Gulliford. ppa Delta Pi "World Undersl'anding" was lhe Kappa Della Pi 'lheme lhis year, and all speakers and lopics al' lhe Honorary Educalion 'Fralernil'y's meelings were builf around 'rhis subiecl. The 'Fral'ernil'y's scholarship award was presenled lo Emily Giraull afler 'lhe original recipienl, Georgia Crowell, died lasl' summer. A hronze plaque was inscribed wilh bolh girls' names. The award is based on scholaslic standing and character abilily. The Denver, Boulder, Greeley, and Cheyenne chap- 'lers allended l'he Regional Convenlion in April. Mu Beta Kappa 1 The prospective bone-benders enioy monthly meetings featuring speakers and discussions of current trends in the medical profession. One must be a pre med or zoology major and have a 2.0 overall average 'to be invited 'lo member- ship. Mosl members malce the famed Rat House their headquarters where they cannulafe carolids or wield slethoscopes with all the dexleriiy of an authorized physician. The fancy initiation is one of the 'Few occasions when the inquiring mind is left at home. Row 'l: Ernest Aiax, Hollis Bivens, Paul Brink Rosemary Dollaghan John Flora Walter Ford Row 2:, Frank Hurdle, Robert Jordan, Robert Melzer Norma Moe Juanita Mvers Jack Pearse Row 3: James Price, Jack Reed, Herbert Sandberg Robert Sprowell Robert Wilder Others: Solomon Cohen, Jim Denton, Dale Girard, Dqruthy Morris, Lorraine Nathenson Martin Perohn Frank Potestlo h Robertson Ruth Tltsworth Margaret Westerlund, Georae Westland Gerald Zucherman 'J' ,,i.:?E, f ..1 . -.3 1 -1 VV, I or lf i f ' - J J ,g In -, -Q-: . I, . ,. 4. -.--J ,R , , ' -if V 3 -:Fifi Jil ' V- - e s 11 I-.1 v .- , g' gf 1.3QtQ,-lr-I .ga , 5 ' ill 4 'Nl S 'sr- l 1 Take seventy-six Ubi portions of D.U. fem- ininity. Add a maior in Home Economics lold recipes call for only one course in Home Ec. but the recipe has been recently improved uponl. Stir in one meeting a month. Mix with a sponsor, preferably Mrs. Elizabeth White of the Home Economics Department. Drop a spring tea in the center. Garnish with one large ambition to bring a National 'Fraternity in Home Economics to the campus. No baking is necessary as these cookies are already hot stuff. Upo'n completing these directions, serve as the University of.Denver 3-H Club. e r Row 1: LeNore Asmus, Barbara Bruhn, Shirley Brown, Ethel Cannon, Eileen Carroll. Row 2: Maria Casagranda, Jeanie Cullen, Margaret Drescher, Harriet Evans, Peggy Flint. Row 3: Gwendolyn Freeman, Betty Gilbertson, Eugenia Greqory, Jeanette Haeger, Carol Hathaway. Row 4: Beverly Hardt, Charline Hoover, Georgia Huey, Jean Iliff, Phyllis Jones. Row 5: Florence Kennison, Gerry King, Eleanor Knight, Dallas Latimer, Lee Loeffler. Row 6: Kathryn Logan, Mariorie Mallory, Alice Matson, Laurita McLain, Peggy Melzer. Row 7: Virginia Miller, Doris Noble, June Newton, Glenrose Otto, Margaret Oyler. Row 8: Rose Pavlat, Jackie Pindell, Margaret Pond, Barbara Ritchie, Charleen Shavlak. Row 9: Lenore Schatz, Edith Scott, Mary Lou Scott, Phyllis Stewart, Eileen Sukonick. Row 10: Artis Tanton, Barbara Thornton, Jane To-kheim, Kathy Tombling, Marjorie Wales. Row ll: June Wurtzebach. Others: Beverly Adams, Sylvia Anderson, Geraldine Buckley, Lucille Clivesmith, Shirley Franklin, Connie Godkin, Ruth Hayes, Rae Howard, Eleanor Hugins, Jessie Jackson, Yvonne Nordell, Leola Pope, Benie Reinhold, Barbara Shwayder, Annye Smith, Charlene Stravlik. .,, U iv lx C 4, srl ' ill- A 9' J ", C O 'Q' I Lutheran Club To promofe fellowship among 'the Lu'l'heran siudenis in D.U., 'lhe Lufheran Club was organ- ized iive years ago and is going sfrong wiih one- hundred iifiy members. Two meefings a monfh find lhe group sfudying fhe life of Marlin Lu'I'her or ihe Augusburg Confessions, under l'he guid- ance of Rev. Clarence Hinlchouse of fhe Wash- inglon Parl: Lu'l'heran Church. Members combine fhe religious and philosophical wifh l'he lighier side of life, however, as pariies and picnics are scaHered -plenfifully fhroughouf ihe school year. i Fred Aysee Marion Anveson Riaynold Anfilla Evelyn Angus Kennefh Anderson Joseph Anderson Gladys Alsfon Earl Anderson Ralph Balenf Geneva Banks , John M. Banls Helen Bassell Paulin Bauer Rulh Becker Walier Becker Lavern Belh Carl Benson Meredii Bergene Joseph Berger Roberi' Bircher William Boulwera Wilnef Brinlrman Eunice BriH'ain Charles Bulis Arfhur Burnam Charles Campbell Donald Carlsen Keifh Case Lila Cafferson Sylvia Chadwick Alfred Chris? George Cool: Beulah Crowner Harold Crivihshanh Lorena Dunlrenbring Hugh Davies Edward DeHaan Harold Dalander Shirley Dibble Sylvia Diedrichs Howard Doescher Daniel Dreifh Walfar DuBridge Marion Duerr Frederick Dunn Jeaneife Dunn Lorraine Durlrop Gerfrude Dusferdicl Glen Earlhman Lavaughn Easferday Earnesf Eberhard? Arnold Ehlers Kennefh Erickson Dorolhy Enenson Harold Fabrizius Pauline Fehlrnan Vivian Fillpou Kennerh Filier Rufh Fisher William Frearhsen Roland Frichs Susanne Frosfenson Ellen Mae Fariman BeH'y Mae Gilborlson Ralph Gilchrist Donavon Gladem Andrew Gordon Howard Graler John Graier Oscar Grauman Grimmefi' Leonard Hilda Grings Gwenn Groefhe Graycee Grunwaid Alice Haahinsoa Barbara Haeger Doris Hage Woodron Halverson Julia Hamil-lon Oluf Hansen Paul Hansen Dean Hansen Pefer 'Hanson Helen Harris Jacl Harris Charles Haverland Roberr Hedberg OHo Heisierberh Hower Helm Donald Hirsch Ivan Hiori Florence Hofmeisfer William Howell Mary Hunfer Howard Huseby Richard Rulh James Hyland Lois lseman Sfanley Iverson Louis Jacobsen Franl: Janol BaH'ie Jenson Arlhur Johnson Curfls Johnson Janice Johnson Roberi' Johnson Margaref Johnson Lyle Jones Kenneih Jordan Gordon Kalwipt Elain Kannenberh Gusfave Karisfrom Clara Kaufman Horace Kessler Marion Kinslad Alexander Kisselrna Carl Klods Dona .lean Klufa Roberl' Knufson Homer Krebs Sranley Kroegar John Kunse Roberi Kunse Louise Lacherman Raymond Lamps Marie Lampe Eugene Landers Jach Langerin Beniamin Liebsech Lois Lindeberg Edward Lindell Curl Lippoldf John Lee Elda Lehr Richard Lohse Chaney Long Edward Lund Earl Lynnlock Jael: Lyons Rufh Marquis Joy Mead W Clara Meisfer T, Richard Meclef ' 'l Ray was ' A l Luther Middlefon' - Sranley, Milxelsen Ward Minge Norma Moe ' 'i Mary Mosher Phyllis Nieffeld Thomas Norris Henry Nussbaum Opal Olingier Harold Olson lra Omlren Darleen Becker Helen Hiss 343 R Row Row Row Row Row Row vi' ' 3 'QT ' Nine 'hundred green frosh swarming onto campus last 'Fall 'Found the Mentors ready with a big welcome and a helping hand. The "li'Hle sisters" were treated to coke dates, parties, and other informal get-togethers, as well as help with adjustments necessary in the first weeks of col- lege life. The organization is limited to one hundred members. Junior and Senior girls with a C-plus average are eligible for Mentorship. Applica- tion is made in the spring by girls interested, and the 'Final decision is made by the Executive Council. ln order to be more effective, the organiza- tion is divided into three clivisions-Science, headed by Norma Moe: Fine Arts, headed by Esther Garten: and Liberal Arts, headed by Janet Ralston. Each Mentor advises the girls in the division under which her maior falls. Sponsors are the Misses Esther Dimchevsky and Rae Fraser. Mentors Florence Abel, Mary Aikens, June Alexander, Gladys Alston, 'Ethel Armeling, Lenore Asmus, Joanne Barra, Helen Bassell, Nina Borden, Jane Bradtield, Charlene Brainardg Leota Brentlinger Eileen Carroll. 2: Barbara Clrarney, Phillis Coft, Catherine Cole, Harriet Conner, Lucille Danz, Maxine Davidson, Flo Mae Davis, Lillian Durocher, Ruth Epstein, Mary Erb, Maxine Feltz, Clair Ferguson, Inez Fraser. Josephine Firm, Esther Flint, Esther Garton, Betty Gilbertson, Emily, Girault, Helen Gunderson, Hope Hanscom, Beverly Hardt, Lois Ann Harold, Carol Hathaway, Charlene Hoover, Elaine Horrrey, Catherine Howland. Jean Iliff, Phyllis Ingram, June Knauss, Clarice Lake, Jeanne Lindquist, Catherine Logan, Dorothy Lough, Dorothy McBride, Jeanne McNeil, Dorothy Major, Peggy Melzer, Eileen Miller, Madelvn Miller. Norma Moe, Patty Morrissey, Gleasner Munn, Maggie Murphy, June Newton, Doris Noble, Delaine Oberg, Elaine 0'Brien, Margaret Oyler, Frances Patterson, Jackie Pindell, Gladys Potter, Janet Ralston, Reunella Ridley. Kae Riggs, Eva Lee Rosenberg, Patty Roth, Lenore Schatz, Edith Scott, Lorraine Secor, Malinda Simpson, Louise Smart, Kathie Tombling, ' Grace Upton, Mariorie Wales, Peggy White. Row 7: Carol Willey, Catherine Yarnell. Others: Marjorie Jacobs, Jean Olney, Pat Ptrimrner, Jackie Riedell, Reith Sera, Pat Waller, Joleen Wessel. 7 'gig .-'-L W gh, g - -, ,ti 13 Z . A' 1 I. .5 . Q- h 4 -.Q .1 ff Q1 K" i Y' T ' ' I 0 Q 1 3 :TZ 1 V re gh. ,. W .-s , "5-.r T", ' lg l ,V . gf' , 1 :ml -fs f , If-5:'T7'7k jg , I 1, ' "L J 7 - " i ' , 1.-' 'MTI 4 Q' .l ' .,,. - V v ,. Y 1 it QE., r Q lj A X -fiaegax , J as l.5 ..l' l FL J 1 l,A .Ll ai l . J- lil l V I 1 R is ff. iff - f ray'-1 5 Row I: Patricia Baumgartner, Mary Jane Beaghler, Darleen Becker, Gladys Brlber, Emilie Boone, Imogene Brady, Gall Campbell, Patricia Connors, Mary Lou Damascio, Barbara Dickerson. Row 2: Alice Dralle, Clarlce Dorrance, Mary Frances Ewing, Pat Fox, Harriet Gallagher, lla Mae Jordan, Jean Hodge, Tyra Jeans Harrison, Doralyn I-lowerton, Dolores Hudson. Row 3: Wilma Esther Holms, Betty Lou Junker, Betty Jane Kelsey, Dorothy Kindlg, Mariorie Kirk, Pearl Kloredahl, Ruby Lawson, Jean Lischke, Marian Levy, Clara Ellen Lohn. Row 4: Barbara Loomis, Elberta Lowdermilk, Phyllis Lowdermilk, Elizabeth Macaron, Catherine Murray, Joy Nasslnbene, Doris Nielsen, Virginia Palmer, - Penny Pendleton, Marilyn Rothrock. Row 5: Ruth Rouse, Joan Simmons, Mary Skaliotis, Beebe Sloan, Dorothy Smith, Peggy Smith, Sue Tornow, Letha Traver, Dorothy Watts, Jane Ann Zimmerman. - Others: HarryetterGrinstead, Shirliy Griswold, Lorraine Page. Like their sister organization on the hill, Commerce Mentors counsel and guide the freshman women. Being the only non-Greek organization in which all Bizad women can partici- pate, the C.C.C. Mentors fall heir to the taslr of unifying the Commerce coeds, as well as provid- ing a haven of refuge for distracted green-horns. The Bizads hold. parties and teas, and feature a "Mentor Day" each fall, during which all new Mentorees are treated to colces and refresh- ments by their "big sisters." t t 345 Para keets The rah-rah girls have fhe rough assignmenl' of insfilling some school spiril' inlo a loo-oflen apa'l'he'l'ic sludeni' body. Clad in fheir brighl' gold and red uniforms, members serve enlhusi- asfically al' school funciions of every fype, help cheer l'l1e 'ieams on fo vicfory, brighlen up parades, and add generally 'lo 'lhe color of campus life. Much of The credif for 'lhe sfudenl' supporf of l'he Expansion Program righffully goes fo lhis organizalion. Row I: Virginia Alirens, Mary Aikens, Joanne Barra, Betty Bock, Jane Begley, Vivian Berry, Judy Bersluaw, Aldean Bilyeu, Janet Blair. Row 2: Barbara Boggs, Imogene Brady, Charlene Bralnard, Ann Brasfield, Virginia Bnahn, Joyce Carlson, Lufie Carter, Barbara Charney, Sylvia Cline. Row 3: Harriet Conner, 'Margie Crowder, Mary Lou Darnascio, Doris Davenport, Lorraine Durkop, Helen Epstein, Ruth Epsfein, Janet Evans, ' Mary Francis Ewing. low 4: Bonnie Flinn, Ann Foley-.Ester Garten, Ruth Gauge, Tyra Jean Harrison, Dixie Lee Hoffman, Bette Jo Holt, Delores Hudson, Nadine Jamison. Row 5: Rita Jones,,,ld'm1Qae Jordan, Betty Lou Junker, Kay King, Yvonne King, Marjorie Kirk, June Knauss, Elberra Lowdennilk. . .lr Q I X x 1' 1' 4.3'v ' ESPN. l l 47' , no , . 'e 'if Q .O 17 's ,if --'. , 'giijj -' ,- iffiika 42:21 l , 1. In ' A . ,Q y , T i . 1 if wa. 5 .1gii'1'?5"'i" l 1. G' iii , ',,,i 'ia r A 3' Vigil-5 . ,,.. , 1, We 'Q , 1 - -3.4 W V it ,, ' fl vm ' ' ' 4' , Tag, 1.2: f -9 -4V'f 4 1 , 'Af' if Q-is " Row Row Row Row Row gf? ' V ,Y V - S .' -4 l lim, ,- V, ab .ar ,I Y y i V X ,I 553, - A. , ' t l ,M A , 1, ta- f 1. , 1 fait!! , . , , ,A . . J. , .M U , , ' ' 'l'rY,3, H V e -2 inf " :-- . 1 -.- ' 5 . 3 Elizabeth Macaron, Ruth Matteo, Ruth Marquiz, Joy Nassimbene, Laurita McLain, Barbara Miles, Eileen Miller, Shirley Miller, Marilyn Moore V Verna Moriarity, Maggie Murphy, Ann Nelson, Joan Nelson, June Newton, Doris Noble, Delaine Oherg, Sue Jean Oursler, Ella Rae Payne, Faythe Peterson, Mary Lou Peterson. Peggy Pond, Gladys Potter, Evelyn Quinn, Pat Riley, Ruth Rouse, Lenore Schatz, Beverly Schaus, Mary Lou Schwarz, Edith Scott, Mary Skaliotis. Louise Smart, Dorothy Smith, Marilee Smith, Peggy Smith, Barbara Stewart, Pat Stivers, Eleanor Streater, Artis Tanton, Jackie Theander, Barbara Thornton. Betty Thornton, Barbara Todd, Sue Tornow, Shirley Joe Van Fleet, Jayne Vaughn, Janice Warner, Dorothy Watts, Gwen Weyl, Betty Yonge. Others: Sonia Saviu. , . b cach tall and sprung, prospective mem ers are tapped on the basis ot scholastic achieve- ment, leadership, democratic attitude, and school spirit. Girls remain a part ot the organ- ization tor the duration ot their university career except in cases ot desired inactivity. The group's outstanding event ot the year, the Sweetheart Dance sponsored by the Paralceets in conjunction 5 with Phi Epsilon Phi, is regarded by Joe and Jill College as a "must" on the list ot 'fun-tilled date occasions. fill C J if l X v - ,-R, 1 1 X V' , ' - . ,, "1 1 W .f , , ' I A I 7 ' lf:,, -I I A L77 rg I g 3, W 3 L nity. 'iff-, W 5 gl I , 1 , 1 1 1 ' ' 1 ' 1 1 r' 1 1 1 .1 1 yi.-v,tN!11, , 1 ,J .H L. li 'fruit' lA'.i'1l'! l 5 1' it I Y ,, ., 1- -1 .41 .. -.. L 1 yi 5 4 -of . . 51 7, l V .eniliit ' - Siiixix, , W' 11.1 HT A 'E ll 5' 15151225- yi . W- .4 1 "ew- KFJU ..- .11,fj':Qw - . 1 .ef 'fizufif - " "0 , '5-M14 'ii - ' ' 1 ,f 'A f E .. .- 4, yr ,. EL :-ls., '- EN1 Q N :Fil 0 r '-1 - V' f- 5 'V-5 Q -,',', . 1 . xg , , -.1.-my ,ag U..r. 1-,ay , 1 Laid, My A A5 'E' .wi gf 1 -- ,: :Q t ...f -,-1 nw- Ef-sr't!lt', "' f " ' . Y vp .Jw X 1 1' 4Qs?111' 7 7 cafiiilti I .4 Xb MH1-iw. - 1 1 l T,,,.i1i F I - Row l: Harlan Balahan, John Barnes, Lawrence Berman, Wilson 3 Birkenrnayer. tk Row 2: Vernon Carbaugh, Gerald Cavanaugh, Robert Cohan, fi Eugene Cook. . Row 3: Robert Dally, Earl Den Beste, Charles Eha, Walter Eldridge. , Row 4: Bob Evans, Donald Felsen, Claude Ford, .Leo Ford. Row 5: Ray Ford, Richard Harvey, Gerald Hill, William Hurd. , j Row 6: John Jones, Otis King, Otto Klein, Peter Kusakabe. Row 7: Frank Larcom, Joe Marion, Donald McCIay, Robert Mc- V Cleery. W Row B: George McMahill, Bob McMananran, Jackson Moore, Dick g Nelson. ll? "' "H-11' I-482141 I . Cheering and ushering at games, serving at chuck wagon lunches, and putting lite into rallies are but a tew ot the duties ot the PEP sweater boys. Extensive aid tothe Expansion Movement was an added responsibility this year, but the Phi Eps carried through with customary willingness and etticiency. Together with the Paralceets they sponsored the Sweetheart Dance which high- lighted winter quarter, making one more contri- bution to the spirit ot fling-time in the Rockies. The men's honorary pep organization does a thorough iob ot selecting its new members, and once in, each one is expected to hold up his end ot the bargain by service to Denver U. Better known as the male counterpart ot the Parakeets during the wargyears, the Phi Eps are pulling out ot the slump and steaming into recognition under their own power. i ,ffj?QIf f QM, mls, -...,,A.-..,, P' rk xi Sl 1fTiE'y 3 ft Pig? ,3 -L, Q 5 A 21 NK tjvl and ,.,. if P H Q!! Q 1t ' it i"1,et,fI7 ' ,........-J Q,.4Q,fLli:.e. fjxxlxgljxvlxifx fx t xiii f il -.113 RPR? 1' Q. nf , 11 1 1 X, C, tl X4 1 M ,N l 1 1-1 Nt Q2 1X1-Q. niet 1 ' 11 E? 1?-:fee-Sims 11 P1 Yifsfal O l f U ll 1, I s .JW H-1-A me-J O tl 5?-ff 0 ""W1wAb4:ii4J W l ...ffl AQQ1ll5,'Ff:'::"' 'Q' -,er-:1f""' 1 fi ,t It . V l VNV, W 'i 'ful hi' l ,fl lv !1 li Y 1 '19Ql.f 1' it ,gl ,.... mwaaewe 1, ll 1 , M, ,, , . l lyf 0 45, Girifeiam. lx nr J-,E Y.. , fm, - -'7'T'.'T ' . ,, -'Q . ' , I ti' ,fix I 1 n P. 'QA . 5-V 1 ' 1 N N 1 ,N A 'S , , 3 W A ' 1 ,y, 3 Ke! . ' Y 'Q 2 W 'U , it w C, , ' 44 v' 5 Row I: Merle Nelson, Michael Noordewier, Roy Nuney, Charles I 0'DelI. I Row 2: Jack Pearse, John -Polychron, Donald Popham, Jim Poston. Row 3: Darrell Purdy, Robert Radetsky, Galen Rarick, Tony Toybal. Row 4: Carl Royer, Hobert Sandberg, Roger Schade, Harrison Shaffer. Row 5: Nicholas deSimone, Robert Tucker, Stuart Vincent, George Q Wale. Row 6: Robert Warner, Fred Wilkins, James Weber, Gorden White. ! Row 7: Grant Wilkins, Rainstord Winslo-w. 1 Others: Lee Adler, Gerald Ashton, Mark Bucketts, Nlel Cantwell, X Charles Fields, Walter Ford, Paul Godsman, Elmer Hager, John Harvey, Bill Horan, Ben Klein, Robert Lustig, Frank Morrato, Robert Neal, Carl Selander, .lini Thompson, Donald Thomas, I Gerry Westland. H 349 J 1 N N L gelis, .lim Brooks, Harold Cohen, Howard Demery, Allen Giesler, Jack Ford. R 2 H d Hardes, M. L. Howard, Wal! Johnson, Dave Ly ns Jerry Maxwell, Bill McConnell R 3 H y Mfchell, George Michell, Bill R binson Bud S h an Norm Scott, Norm Whalen. Row 4' J It Y ung V m T. 1q' Y' Lu 1.1. 1 i i I l , The brighl' swealers of Phi Epsilon Phi en- liven The halls of fhe C.C.C. as well as ifs "suburb" in Soulh Denver. The Greek Thealre in Civic Cenler provides a picfuresque spol 'For fhe iapping of new members each year. The men are chosen on fhe basis of high calibre, high moral sianding and energefic qualilies. The Phi Eps are a busy group. as mosl of 'lhe members hold oulside iobs. When The Expansion Drive added new responsibiliiies io fheir regular dulies, ihe Phi Eps were lcepi' jumping. Bu? fhen, as lhey always say, Amen . . . Ah Women . . . Ah Well. Pi Gamma Mu "Ye shall know rhe 1'rul'h and 'ihe frulh shall make you free." Under fhis beaufiful mo'H'o 'Funcfions Pi Gamma Mu, 'l'he Nalional Social Science honorary. Fufure sociologisfs, hisforians, economisfs, phychologisls, and polifical scienlisls are grouped under 'Phe Pi Gamma Mu banner, whose requiremenfs for membership include a B average fhrough foriy hours of social science. Under fhe leadership of Dr. Waller Sikes, fhe group was rehabilifared fhis year affer several years of inacfiviiy. John A. Loe-Presidenf Charlo'H'e Schaelzel-Vice-Presidenf E. Jean Henderson-Secreiary William C. Richardson-Treasurer Anona Olson Elna Johnson Joe Gooden Charles Bolfon Erma Wesrland Jane? M. Oursler Marlon L. Coggan Roberl Jacks Eileen Carroll Gladys Beaver Wolco'H' Priscilla B. Hoehle Clay Nelson Berg, Jr. Lula Campbell W. Arlhur Shirey lFacullyl Alvin Sugerman ' Donald Wolcofi W., -1, 1 ,. .X ,. . -c.+ri..,,-.z, ,T , , fc."-3'FP'7f!r -. ffim-.35 i i i . -ff. ',,.:.--i.,t-,N 31, -fi. ,. Aj ,4., -yi-. Emily Sievens Giraull' Beiiy Jayne Vaughan Margaref McKenney Crowder Gordon Hayes Richard Cockrell Ross Vernon Miller Dona Blanchard Ada Gleason Mary Kirk Helen Linninger Donna Deane Joseph Cronin Masako Saio Lorene Dankenbring Leland Hayes William Twillingham Bobefle Sfern Margie Frederick Waller Sikes lFacul+yl 35l Phi Delta Kappa The professional Educalion fral'erni'l'y is Phi Delia Kappa. Eligibiliiy is delermined by enroll- menl' in 'rhe School of Educafion, a high grade average and lhe required number of hours in fhe field of Educalion. Two inilialions are in- cluded on l'he year's agenda-one in lhe fall and one in l'he spring. Main evenl' in +he cur- riculum 'l'his year was lhe UNESCO conference held in fhe Renaissance Room during fall quarler. I 1 i Pledges to Phi Sigma Iota, national Romance Language fraternity, are required to write a thesis on a subiect of their own choosing which has to do with Languages. The thesis papers from all the chapters are then sent in to a Na- tional contest each year. Only Juniors and Seniors are eligible for membership, and must be outstanding in the field of languages. They must also have a +wo- point average in their studies. -'T if K fl I' 1 l li l - ,. Y 1 -K ,W 1 V-, ,-X1 ,ef ' ,kj ,-- an aee. ir ' w -i i fl .1 g-lJhi'-w i 1, V-e' Fw lil foci il cl L1 4.1 Fife. u ll il MIL is '-ey! eff.:.-J! fi if ' Row l: Joanne Barra, Avis Hallam, Doloris Hamilton, Lucia Victoria Kirk, Christan Middleton, Barbara Miles. Row 2: Mariorie Monckton, Doris Nauman, Margaret Oyler, Francis Patterson, Lois Sprinkle. Others: Dr. Arthur L. Campa, Dr. Camille Werling, Miss Benicia Batione, Mrs. Anita Deus, Mrs. Elizabeth Gorsuch, Mrs. Juliette Baker, Mrs. Jeanne L Kechid, Miss Rose Mahoney, Dr. .lose Moreno, Mrs. Maria Campbell, George Neahr, Vera June Haas, Julia Haylor, Clara Meister, Kathryn Torrey Jose Arguello, Betsy Taylor, Edward Michael. 3 Li., Lf x , 'Lf- 9 L HFQQRU.-JT, A J 1 3 353 , 1 l i.e11.-l.. f 1 fi' gk 'H , A, A 41 P 'gf JF Row I: Helen Bassell, Phyllis Buckley, Robert Beverly, Mary Chrisirner, Roy Fritz, Louise Fayram, Bert Holder. Row 2: Willow Haase, Norma Kindig, John Knod, Warren Lockyear, James McKee, Frances, Russell, Dorothy Sweet. Row 3: Robert Serro, Malinda Simpson, Andrew Suiata, Eunice Virtue, Janice Warner, Duane Whitlow, L. Weissenberger. Others: Joseph Brink, Ross Buchanan, Hugh Bradley, Donald Bucher, William Chess, Mary Jane Creutz, Verald Easterly, Dick Guscott, Ben Hannigan, Eleanore I-lugins, Robert Illson, Floyd Johnston, W. E. Jost, Mary Hope MacDonald, Jacob Miller, Robert Morrison, Charles Murr, Thomas Pease, Robert Park, R. L. Rhine, John Skiderna, Thomas Scott, Marvin Tyor, Frank Weiss, R. P. Weller, Bill Williamson. A - ,, rites., ' xxx Li. 5 N :ff T, 7 'Fw l i x , i i, , N FI i A, . x, ,ix rx., Lis, r ,LL-.. If-x gl Jgj., i -TJ! X 1 ,li 'fi L3 3 I fQ, i L i K X, gli ij ,ATN 1 ' ' ' ' 7 . gf" '1' Y '- '1' V Ml Q, fri lr '-:f Lgfkgzffl L1 - J if i..J'lx-fQ'i.i 354 The members of the local malhemaiics soci- ely meel' lwice monlhly to discuss problems and recenl' discoveries in lheir parlicular field of in- 1'eres'l'. The number-whizzes Temporarily let off sleam al' the cabin parly in Sphinx Park when inilialion was held lasl' fall. Usually, however, social events lake a back seal' lo serious occupa- 'lion wilh lhe ins and ouls of a subiecl' lhal leaves mosl of the sluclenl' body numb and helpless. -ff 'EF l wg- ' l , U l i 1 - l , ly- , . W i -iw f ' . , ,', "-.N Q .S-fe ill if 1 i Q 1 . ,,w,-5, The only honorary fralernily which freshmen may ioin is Phi Bela Sigma, honorary Physical Education fralernily. Members are chosen 'From lhe oulslanding sludenls in Physical Educalion, allhough a major in 'lhe deparlmenl is noi' re- quired. Character and leadership are also im- porlanl. ' The highlight of lhe year is 'lhe lnilialion Banquel' which is held al lhe end of 'lhe spring quarler. Phi Bela Sigs are very aclive in inlra- mural aclivilies and 'look firsl' place in lhe Inde- pendenl infra-mural 'loolball 'rhis year. L lv lvir l l X, s- e -,. LH -1'5" iii' , Y 1F l , 4 , Q , 'e...' Row 1: Norman-Alverson, Ray Ball, Kenneth Baur, Ross Davidson, Nick De Simone, Gerald Elledge, Robert Ernst. Row 2: Leonard Fass, Leo Ford, Harold Hand, Harold Haslie, Ellis Hattan, Robert Hirsch, Michael Huddleston. Row 3: Frank Hurdle, Frank Jackson, Lloyd Leatherman, Charles Lind, Ro-y McMullen, George Nakayama, Warren Reed. Row 4: Robert Riddell, Roger Schade, Mel Schwartz, Lawrence Seewald, Charles Stancil, Akira Taiuri. Others: Elmer Book, Ross Buchanan, Clarence Carlton, James Conboy, Anthony De Anico, Ross Dennison, Charles Edwards, Jack Gardner, Jack Hook, James Jenkins, John Karemigios, Dean Kelley, Hugh Leoper, Carl McDaniel, Nathan Miller, Donald Million, Robert Mohar, Lester Moore, George Morrison Charles Murr, Tacu Tsuneo Ozawa, Charles Rhoades, Thomas Saracino, Burt Sheen, Ross S encer, Bill Sullivan, James Thom son, Frank Tsunada Joseph Velazquez. 'HJ 1. y .a -.cygnus f sa 33 lvg' P P .J 'I , Ni ' -lf: W l 19' 49" 3.31. -'Wu .35 .ty lf! -A J , 951 One of fhe war-lime venlures ihai wenl' ove. big, 'rhe Pioneer Ski Club, boasls some mighiy fine drawing cards 'For 'lhe board-and-pole en- +husias'l's. The snow-happy denizens of ihe ski frails can be ideniiiied by fheir snowflake pin and broken ankles, and +alk of such mysleries as "gelandelaufers" or "gelandesprung." The favorile fradifion of lhe skiers is lhe hilarious Mud Valley Race, in which everyone siarls al' +he same 'lime and wifh a keg of suds a+ each gafeway. Some of us sunshine kids wonder why'our friends rave on aboul' schussing down l'he moun- fain and gel all elaled when, al' lasl, ihey perfecl a sharp chrislie. H"s somelhing lhai can'l' be explained in words . . . bul' iusl lry a weekend wilh 'l'ha'l gang. The ioys of ihe warming house will probably appeal more +o you al' iirsl, bui lhal' won'l' lasl' long. And besides, lhink of all +he inleresling people you meel' when you 'forgel' 'lo yell "Track!" 1 Pioneer Ski Club - - ' ' 't C dd . Row l: William Allingham, Janet Amilon, Jaclyn Anderson, Ralph Balenf, Bob Beverly, Janet Blair, Bonnie .lean lztldi Gggzi Tgzszfeigiz' 3 3 Y Row 2: Donald Chambers, Palsy Clafkl CY C0-lbvvn. GEN? Crowe, Jo Ann bbague, l?onna Deane, Alice Dga e, D,Aar ezravetg Pa: Haman- Row 3' Miles Fairchild James Fields, Rae Foy, Jackie Glasier, Guy Goodrich, EIYW V GVBVESI BSWY I-29 0551. nf' I ' J H d Row 4. Hany i.'a,.,5s R W piedbe,-9' John Hill, Donald Hix, Florence Hofmeister, Arlene Honstein, Jean Iliff, Peggy Jackson, Donna G 01 S- . 1 ' ' iife as Q :wfswf-i V V -Y - gg 2 ' , , ab., i 4, M yy 'I fi ,, ,T ' l -, 5+ F-75 ' V T il ' 'V ' , --gig, ' . . ' V-4 -1- ' I J W W A l l A , J 'P 7 A ll -ii-13" ul .L , 3 , ,finals li 1-4! 4 1 V V 3. :sm J T , 'f ,E . M . 356 4 Y' ll " fa - g . .4 i -4- 7,-1: I e 'I 'W , -s , O9 if ,-- X .- i , VA ' ' 5 T T -1- IR- , 'ings md ' ' I 4 7 Q u ' ,l ' El X V .,"' F 'guvl A T 1 J R ,. wi V J ' ' , '4 VV:-' . if f. ' 1 9 - -1' v-'V ,- S: " " , P V ., ' +V Vi". -if-fe V 3 i 4 .V V, V j . fy- - I: - -A . Vi ff to 1 :V Z W ,.:L' . l . ,, ,-,fai r IMC. I JH 2 - ,,. 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I Row I: Charles Jordan, Elizabeth Kaye, John Lascelles, Donald Kegans, Harriet Latham, Helen Lininger, Jean Lischke, Bill Littrell, Claude Luekens, Betty Lou Mahoney. Row 2: Mary Lou McAhee, Joe McClelland, Mary Jane Mincher, Madelyn Moore, Madeline Morrison, Bart' Newlin, Shirley Nyland, Frances Patterson, Elaine 0'Brien. Dorothy Renfro. Row 3: Helen Rhodes, Okema Richardson, Barbara Ritchie, R. W. Robb, Keith Rodaway, Mary Lou Rodman, Seerie Russell, Charlotte Schaetzel, Row 4: fr JL' Lenore Schatz, Shirley Stacy. Barbara Stewart, Hubert Taliaferro, Ernest Thompson, Pat Toole, Bob Tillquist, Stuart Vincent, Frances Walralh, William Walters, James Wendlandl, Kirk Whiteley. A Row 5: Carol Williamson, Anne Whittington. Others: Glenn Amy, George Apostolas, James Baldwin, Florence Berzenski. i 5 v .- I+, FL' ,N 1 ' -.MU ' ' ' ffl 2 ,gr was VV of ww . J ::'V , '- Jugxf L-: ,Hi i - ,flag ' 4 ii' Y Jifl. 5 iii: ,E :.f,A,-:Ai I - fire. ' l YN l l 7 "' ff-"N ff- f-1 Y--' . Y- . --, ulfl.. ,-, . 5 fe- 5 r 1 I aw A---N if ,D-. so i - W y fl Mjjix 1 11, K lel 1.1 l",l"-el! lf,,,'l'l lf"--f l l lf l -X .,, X, - A, V -X , J ff" 'r if lx lf! 6 xg V yrfixa A . :ze-rx. I, W, K 3 :'.,lG'?'.'x , 5 wi'-Q'--V., 1111 if , 0 ,fe-A M - , Q, , if f , ,V I owdy, pard. Ah alms fer lell yuh uh leeile A.x A boul' lhese hyar Prospeclors. Wull, fhem Pros- ,,Jf K peciors, fhey shoulder ihar slurdy piclcs an shovels f ' gy an sei 'Forlh fer nose our lh' fradishuns o' fhe if old pioneer spiril, an unearfh' lh hislory of lhis ' hyarcwesl in lieu o' mere gold and silver. lThem mslgwlL'Q3gA J In lieu words IS one o lhe hugh-'fallulin phrases ' xi I ibv ' iii' , -.vi 1, " -Q ' Y . 'Q' 35' ,sr i Q "rf 2 lhis hyar collei is 'lechin me.l Anyways 'l'ho, 'lhese kids keep mighfy busy durin lhe school year, lhey carry on fh' sludy of fher ballads an' lilachoor o' l'he early days, agin 'lhe rich color uh 'lhe ol minin camps an remains o' fhe earlier cilies en lhe Rocky Mounfing reiun. Ke bw. . -SW , Y 'E' 'u L ' is Ai 358 'git imag- Row 1: Bob Abrley, June Alexander, Janet Amilon, Jaclyn Anderson, Mary App, John Baird, Barbara Baldridge, Mariorie Bauder, Darline Bennett. Row 2: Tom Bennett, Vivian Berry, Janet Blair, Larry Booker, Jules Bourquin, Jane Bradfield, Ann Brasfield, Janet Brazile, Jane Bresnehan. Row 3: Gladys Briber, Virginia Bruhn, Shirley Bryan, Eileen Carroll, Patsy Clark, Phyllis Coff, Robert Cohan, Catherine Cole, Eugene Cook. Row 4: Shirley Crandell, Mary Lou Damascio, Doris Davenport, Carl Davis, Terry Davis, Shulie Dickerson, Sylvia Diedrichs, Donna Duer. x lm sf' fa, a fi' T"1l , .. ., 'S Li 1 mm 1 'ltr .i-5. N as 'P s 321.-J J .A -.L-1" , ' . I l Y v' JIS , ' 7 EV 'if"P"" 1'i4'9i34'3fl'fifk:ig:Z?i . - ,'. , ,lj-F' '-' . j . , 'Lrg ,.741.ni'-ivy-V -I 4 f . 3 ' , 1 I MESH f" ' ,, 'EJ J ', Ts: L. History: " This hyar club was fust organized in October, . ' - I94-0, an chose as their offishul coolrs, gold- standin 'fer the metal hunted by early prospec- tors an which discovery led ter th openin of th West: an wine-symbolic of 'rh bonanza period when th great lodes was 'lapped and th 'Famous hosfelries o' the West was established. lAn son, them was sure the great days, lemme tell ya.l Sfariin as an English club, +his group hez now ex- panded ter become one uh the largest an must iamilur organizations on this hyar campus. e - --E Row I: Harrietivans, Dorothy Evenson, Jo Finn, Barbara Foley, Harvey Garner, Ralph Gibson, Emily Girault, Jackie Glasier, George Gleason. Row 2: Beth Grentell, Hope Hanscom, Mary Hanscom, Marcella Harris, Beverly Hardt, Bob Hartwell, Catherine Hatch, Carol Hathaway, Leland Hayes. Row 3: Alyce Hetfner, Elinor Hill, Dixie Hoffman, Betty Jo Holt, Sylvia Houghton, Max Hungate, Bill Hurd, Jean Iliff, Peggy Jackson. Row 4: Wanda Ja Jeter, Janice Johnson, Janice Jane Johnson, Phyllis Jones, Mary Ann Judge, Dorothy Kindig, Lucia Kirk, Eleanor Knight, Bill Kuhlman. in '34 ' if al- LV 'Je di ly 1 c-4 4 1 'F fi l Ii N . .. l ' . q,,.1.' ' -. 1 '-. 3, , ,1.l 1 tv W , Q I I A fa . it ,F cf' f S- 4 4: r E f In ye fs or ' s 5 '5Qfef-f u ,g' :V 'ui 1-I ,frplh '9 N Y V ef ,P , W ' , "1 LN y 1 57 ll , N I U, fri x '72 l' ll ,iigl W P iv' wifi? ly ' is H i as 'ef , 'W ?.,:A 'Hx 'V V' l I? mga if 1 rm B. . it r ' N Q ' i ., 4 ij' I: .YS . '41 '51, ' 6' J 'N' 'kc 'K A. 2 rl F45 V ll l L, U.. ru J. "N T . 1-,fi 'V' 115 5- '0': ,B ef- an 4j,.f .. F -.44 J- 4.-' - ' 3 v 4. 4. K E ....., serv' --4. .A F ' 2 if-t na' i ff f-7 if erik Row 1: Harriet Latham, Mary Jo Lee, Jeanne Lindquist, Jean Lischke Barbara Loomis Elberta Lowdermllk Mary Lou McAbee Jimmie Maxwell Eleanor Mayer eil SEPT.. Initiation: Wull, they had ther plans all made last 'fall ter hav inityashun in a abandoned mine shaft en Idaho Springs, but things got busted up som way so inityashun ups and gets held en th' Cosmo- politan Hotel insted. After ther Jol1nny-come- lately's had 'ler crawl thru an improvised obstacle course lhe hel they was all greeted reel enthusi- cally as members o' the club an led ter the dinner tables ter stuff themselves silly. Pard, what a night thet was! Row 2: Ed Maker, Dorothy McBride, Margie McKenney, EiIeen'Miller, Shirley Miller Jinx Muncher Gerry Moeller Madeline Monson Glessner Munn Row 3: Maggie Murphy, Theresa Muto, June Newton, Glen Norton Elaine 0 Brien Delame Oberg Marilyn Orr Bob Paul John Paulson Row 4: Frankie Patterson, Ella Rae Payne, Irene Pedicino,'Nancy Perkins Surle Putter Beverly Platt Dale Poppert Mary K Porter Gladys Potter Row 5: Warren Reed, Boots Ridley, Barbara Ritchie, Gene Rochtord Bonnie Rockey Joyce Rogers Janet Ralston Valerie Rose Patty Roth JJ Q- QV 'E 41. Q i.,.....,-I ,Mb 'EN 4 X917 Row 1: Seerie Russell, Eleanor Sainger, Herb Sandberg, Bill Sanders, Vivienne 1 xi vw . - xi Q' 5151 Saunders, Lenore Schatz, Beverly Schaus, Jana Schwab, Jaluicribner. Opening of the Prospecl'or's Trail: Sometime en June, ihese hyar Westerners dust off ther boois an ieans and make ready fer open the Prospec+or's Trail. From Golden ter 958 Lookout Mounting the path winds thru th foothills on up ter the high country. Thel"s some climb, old timer, bulieve me! Th kids fell me lhis hyar trip es reely looked for'ard to. Wull, +ha+'s all ih dope ah knows of-goH'a be a-siraddlin mah burro and movin off. See yuh en th gold fields, pardner. Row 2: Harrison Shatter, Jean Shissler, Margaret Sikes, Malinda Simpson, Bill Spangler, Shirley Stacy, Ottilie Stafford, Twyla Stark, Joe Sterner. Row 3: Dave Stone, Ed Stone, Harvey Strange, Claire Stroh, Beva Swanson, Betty Jo Swayze, Jackie Theander, Don Thomas, Carol Titus. Row 4: Barbara Todd, Kathy Tombling, Nancy Tumbling, Shirley Jo Van Fleet, Jayne Vaughan, Fred Vondy, George Wale, Janice Warner, Scotty White. Row 5: Garden White, Ann Whittington, Grant Wilkins, Barbara Wood. Others: Joe Balint, Mona Badendelder, Doris Berryman, John Blacksom, Dick Guscott, Ralph Hallock, Joe Lole, Lorraine Lustig. i 5 u .V , 1 ' . , "' ' ' S- 2 ' 'E w A iw S . , I . A , ' ,. Q, - T , . T .1-. 'L stil 2- V -.H ww- N ' , 'F f 2, Q - . if X e S ea is 'if ' - J 4-4 if .Q-1 V. ,iv , 3 ff- tl Y -5, . ,+ . 'r e" ' . ' 3' ' ' ,N Fl L :Q , if . . 4 , Y '- ' T - 1 i , . Q T ig B 4 A e-. 1 .4 A , ' A ' T- H, ex , A' . N .flux Y . 7 . :I 4 y -,' A , ' ,,f pfif . -343312 'Q ' ' ' ' ' i l:.r,'-gi. k U ' K . L .7 ' ' l V 'eE..ee,'ei ' ' in-.N ,I 'W 2,555 125. .5 E 1 .yw 4 .. :Y X . QR , 1 1 T I I :JI z-N . 1 li l LC af . 23 4 , ., ,I W 1 H I Q '!fL.2f,-, V . in E R N 1 1 A C. rw 2 F 'UA fi, is 3 far 65-1 iff! Wg-vu-1 E7 1' Row 1: Tom Eagleson, Jacqueline Emery, Rosamond Evans, Jack Foster, Barbara Jean Kaslle. Row 2: Therese Muto, Don Patterson, James Robert. Barbara Raber, Marcia Ratzer. Row 3: Joy Rushmore, AI Schmidt, Mary Skalioiis, Lee Usher, Marcile Young. , , ,r f ' I ,I 4 X ', l u 1 ,---4 ll l 4,1LWu, . L A LK! These hofshol birdmen have been flying in fine formafion since lheir organizafion This pasl' year. Glamour is added fo 'l'he squadron by sev- eral 'Feminine members who have a pilo'I"s license, and by ex-GI hoi' rocks who hang on 'io fheir flak- iuice lradifions. The purpose of "Wings" is lo slimulafe inferesf in aviafion and keep members on 'rhe beam as concerns curreni' developmenfs in fhe field. Take il' from 'lhese 'flighl-happy kids, life on fhe ground can never be as fhrilling as joy- riding up lhere in 'rhe wild blue yonder. l l,3ll 1' D.U.'s "muscle gals"-be'H'er lcnown as ihe Rilling Aihleiic Club, consisis of fhose sporis- mindecl souls who have ihe paiience and forii- iude +o earn l'hir+y-five W.A.A. poinis. High score in lhe organizalion is iaken by ihe annual R.A.C. cosiume ball, given for all campus fems. Doubiless inspired by ihe R.O.T.C.'which .NX- l ,. 1 x , 2 ,ry was siaiionecl on campus ai fhe iime, lhe pariy originaied as a Miliiary Ball, and ihe coslumes for ihe iirsi evening of gayeiy were borrowed from resigned cacleis, willing io relire ai sun- clown. This year's iheme was "Pearly Gales" and feaiured a colleciion of characfers from Heaven and i+s warmer counierpari. Row 1: Eileen Carroll, Lillian Durocher, Rufh Gouge, June Hass, Lois Jane Harold, Joyae Janovick. Row 2: Virginia Johnson, Mary Ann Kellogg, Peggy Melzer, Irene Pedicino, Mary Powell, Kae Riggs. Row 3: Lenore Schatz, Lorraine Secor, Joyce Winters. Ofhers: Betty June Cash, Gwen Harrison, Tillie Piseevifch, Shirley Wolfe. 1 x 3 'We l , Li?-Q' Y Q is-W. 'fffE?E:" " ffifgi' jf Li l .,,,i'u'Sfu . .M - V '?'.,.g:', . ,xv 1- -..- '- . E ,'.- v . 3 K V . ". ri 'il l ' ll--A' l. l l 'Hs 12.2 F' 4 'E li-14? . l :liz ' ' ., A+ 'V ,v. l ff .N if - i . V 'A f i f Y' ,, P 4 -:vs.rt:?:: 11, ffl- kiwi' i ..:..'.l l ' ' N .VT-.ii-1 I ' ifijibii-' 'i , 3 - ' 1 Ty 'ic-'ff ' , ' , 363 ,B f - -- 5- gy. ' A -, tes, HI L s,,,,-5,15 " 'Q N. 945 Rodney Curtis Hall 9-9 - - I ., E-sa .. N , EJ, nrlrql. , , -. The dignified domain-+well, domain, anyway -of fhe oul of +own Commerce women: Rodney Curfis Hall lives for 'lhe 'l'elephone's ring and l'he mailman's arrival. lDon'l' we all7l The 'Fufure slenograbhers hold gab sessions, midnighl snaclcs, invariably 'forgel' fo sign oul' and come in on lime, and even wrile occasional le'Hers lo Molly May- field, so we've heard. Housemolhers, Roscen-A quisl and Sherry, lreep lhe dorm from exploding info a million pieces, ably assisfed by dorm 'prexy, Clara Lohn. ,,,HT,. 364 DORMITDRY COUNCIL ' dg Phyll B L t B flinger, Joan Casey, Charlotfe Harris, Barbara Jensen. I' K r I S h t Wilma Jean Van Engen, Marjorie Wifhersp , Lane Wykerr. h J Mills, Sue Parsons. ' To add iusi' fhe righi' 'rouch of home and give dorm coecls lhe feel i'ha'l' "mama" is righi' a+ 'lheir elbow, fhe Dormiiory Council exisis 'l'o pass fhe rules and regulaiions under which all D.U. dorms funclion. New responsibilifies were added ihis year when fwo sororify houses-Delia Gamma and Alpha Chi Omega-came under fhe Council's iurisdicfion. All worlc and no play is no fun, however, so fhe iirsl' week of school in ihe Fall al "gel ac- quaini'ed" pariy is held for all fhe girls. In 'rhe Spring a dorm formal is given ai lhe Shirley- Savoy. Dormitory Coun il 5. C. A. Mills, Charles Keith Upton, Grace Co-Chairman SCA The S.C.A., Siudeni Chrisiian Associaiion, is The Universify of Denver's Y.M.C.A. and Y.W.C.A. affiliaied regionally, nafionally, and infernaiionally. An inferfaiih, inferracial group, 'ihe organiza- fion slresses fellowship fhrough such ac+ivi+ies,as worship services, musical' hours, monfhly member- ship suppers, dances, horseback rides, skaling, and box socials. Famous speakers are broughl' fo campus by ihe S.C.A., and small group discus- 4 0 ampu sions on quesiions of imporiance are held weekly. Depuiafions go io nearby churches fo provide programs and recreaiional aciivifies. The Cam- pus Service Commi'Hee provides baby siH'ers 'for married siudenfs, and a "Coffee Hour" is held each Friday for s+uden+s and faculiy. . Acfive membership is based on an inferesf in ihe Associafion, willingness +o pariicipaie on a commiffee or siudy-aciion group, and volun'l'ary financial support ri.. ,f . L -v 4 i ,q , . n .1 ' -A - ,. ,. --4' he -- . ' " ' .. 52' ' . b A pl, ,. . ', 14 ' , , , I' . v . J A -,w ., ' :Ze .V V' ' L' ,. img .N , ,:..4., ff... --r - - --- A 'V It -I l I . " .1 ..'2i'f . -'rf g- lr 1. P ,F 35 4 s.c.A. Patricia Aurand, William Hartmiller, Alice Knapp. Commerce i. ,V i, ,, sf V Women's Alhlelic Associalion The W.AgA. Women's Aalhlelic Associafion, is composed ol eager coeds able lo cope wilh frislcy horses, unslrung 'lennis racquels, and beal- up birdies. Those Amazons who have won lilleen a'rhle'l'ic poinls by pariicipaling in one sporl for lhree quarlers or lhree sporls for one quarler are eligible for membership. Included in lhe sched- ule are such sporls as swimming, lennis, baslcel- ball, volleyball, horseb-ack-riding, badminlon, and even skiing. '--.. !-ilu Row 1: Yvonne Albrighf, Gladys Alsfon, La Nore Asmus, Barbara Barker, Lorna Bowers, Bonnie Braid, Shirley Ann Brown, Barbara Braun Charlene Brainerd. Row 2: Virginia Bruhn, Eileen Carroll, Shirley Crandall, Dorothy Curtis, BeYly Curtis, Joyce Davidson, Ellen Lee Dickey, Charlotte Dusterdxck Lillian Durocher. Row 3: Chamloffe DeHarporf, Sylvia Diedricks, Arlene Dolezal, Betty Dugdalc, Charlene Eppich, Janet Evans, Gwen Freeman, Palsy Frazee, Jo Flnn Row 4: Carol Garten, Ruth Gouge, Ann Green, Helen Gunderson, Harriet Hardaway, Lois Harold, Alyce Heffner, Helen Hosfetfer, Joyce Janovlck ' x , - -' - "' as 4 Q 'X' ' 'law , 4, fb .. , QV:-v -Lira 1 J 7, ff gi' A? 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Row 2: Dorothy Major, Peggy Melzer, Patricia Morrissey, Shirley Mott, Carolyn Nelson, Beverly Nichols, Elaine 0'Brien, Norma Ohlman, Dolores Pagel, Irene Pedicino. Row 3: Joy Peterson, Mary Powell, Joy Razatos, Kae Riggs, Joy Rushmore, Lenore Schatz, Lorraine Secor, Beverly Slohm, Eleanor Streator, Charlotte Swaney. Row 4: Artis Tanton, Joan Thompson, Kathy Tombling, Shirley Walstrom, Erma Westland, Ann Whittington, Shirley Wolfe, Lorraine Wyckert, Marcile Young. Others: Mariorie Crist, Catherine Echle, Jerry Fleming, Regina Fox, Margaret Gordon, Pat Greenwell, Barbara Harwood, June Haas, Gwen Harrison, Rae McLean, Gerry Moeller, Tillie Piscevich, Ann Rhodes, Virginia Winchell. The W.A.A. Council is elected by the girls and consists ot a president, vice-president, sec- retary, treasurer, and historian. This hardwork- ing quintet usually find themselves saddled with most ot the work in connection with W.A.A., in- cluding the plans tor those interest-sharpeners and physique-builders known as tournaments. Social events include a Valentine swimming party and the W.A.A. Roundup, otherwise known has a weiner roast and bontire. fl! 369 ' 4 L' ,rim 7 . 4 l W I ll to ' , 1 K1 , X 4' i f W 1 'V ' . . 7:2 V- ,J J, , K Q ,X ,N l y Q L , I ,. w ""' -- l l' ' LF-K E, di ,. . . K l . F F "' if "vw l 1 ffl f he X., QI Ze French Club boasts beaucoup de fascinat- ing tele-a-letes, mais oui, certainement. Each nental theme of vin, cherchez la femme, et chanson is carried out in ze traditional Mardi Grass el' ze vintage festival, modeled after ze 'Famous Bordeaux. celebration . . . ou la la! It is stressed that one does not have to speak ze language with savoir-faire to come to meetings. Some of ze members do not speak French, and some do not speak English. Others do nol' speak. 1 . l Row l:fJocolyn Aylor, Wanda Berry, Shirley Bovard, Shirley Brady, Marybeth Curtis, Charlene Davis, Wanda Eastwood, Robert Ellis. ' Row 2: Jeans Hardy, Elaine Horney, Barbara Johnson, Lucia Victoria Kirk, Shirley Lewis, Helen Liniger, Helen Maul, Carolee Mcinany. ' Row 3: Clara McEnderfer, Howard Mlller, Madeline Morison, Sharon Page, Joy Peterson, Bob Rayner, Jeanette Roberts, Margaret Sikes. 1 Row 4: Geraldine Smith, Belle Sonnetleld, Tlno Sponagel, Jacqueline Theander, Nancy Ward, Robert Wilder, Caroline Williamson, Luanne Williamson. l Others: Joseph Bareala, Mary Jane Greer, Larie McClearey, Irving Montelro, Willlam Munsell, Helen Verner, F. J. Light, Oscar Gronbeck, Clark Johnston. l , V , , N , sg J " ' it N " 'l' " ' 3' "' 'lliufi -1. X ' r V V , 4 Q l E 'AF ,.-lrlggg , "- s 1 ' ' M. 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" ! in ' f. . ' X- 'I ' W ll :L V ' lr W ,V g X Sf' -ji ,J . X. L. Q Though if seems lo 'lhe casual observer lhal' lhe Gas House organizalions oulnumber lhe sludenls, lhe naliorral chemisfry honorary known as Phi Lambda Upsilon sporls al' leasl' one dislinguishing 'faclor--no women are allowed. Monlhly meefings keep Phi Lambs up on lhe lalesl fchem news, l'ha'I' isl 'lhrough papers pre- senled by 'lhe sludenls lhemselves. The group presenfs a medal during fh-e May Day Convoca- fion lo lhe sfudenl' making lhe highesl grade in analylical chemislry 'For lhe year. Row 1: John Flora, Warren Lockyear, Mary Hop Sigma Pi Sigma Afier a long hibernafion occasioned by fhe war, Alpha Delia chapier of Sigma Pi Sigma crawled back info fhe dim halls of lhe Gas House fhis year and re-joined +he numerous science organizaiions. To be eligible form membership in ihe Naiional Physics Honorary, one musi main- 'iain a ihreeq poini' average fhrough ihree courses in Physics, be a maior in Physics or an allied science, and be working +oward a degree in sci- ence. Dr. Mario Iona, Jr., is ihe sponsor. P rbf 4 V' Wh I L. 1 if 1 Q- l-35 ' X 'lv ig: i::.Ly,5i':. ' V4-4: ' ' 11 'fi 2 372 159' L- 4. This professionaliraternity for women ma- ioring in some area of musical endeavor carries on a regular rushing season and selects For mem- bership only those students who perform cred- itably. The girls get a chance 'ro break into the big 'lime by presenting their original composi- tions at one of the various musicales given Sigma Ipha Iota r 'lhroughoui' the year at Lamont. Social activi- ties include banquets, luncheons, and seasonal parties, the most outstanding of which is the beautiful and inspiring Christmas program planned by the entire group. Row I: Connie Anderson, Ethel Armeling, Betty Jean Berry, Beatrice Brewster, Virginia Butterfield, Elaine Champion, Barbara Davidso-n. Row 2: Marion Duerr, Mary Erb, Dorothe Garrett, Mariorie Getty, Elinor Hill, Joyce Jolivette, Annalee Kytfin. Row 3: Elizabeth Low, Barbara McWilliams, Hazel Miller, Glessner Munn, Sue Jean Oursler, Yvohne Pearson, Esther Fern Rhodes. Row 4: Barbara Selby, Gloria Sondie, Jean Summers, Margaret Teeters, Helen Trout, Jane White, Virginia Wise. Others: Truly Barr, Elenita Brace, Arlene Hahn, Mary Kaneaster, Patricia Moliter, Dolores Raymond, Ray Roberta, Patricia Sabin, Shirley Shetvaland, Virginia Starr, Rosemary Stoddard. 311 ' Y V: my , , , , , tl P .x l ,, ', A. . V 4- ' "".riw -,Jas ' ,y ' Y - K5 A K 'N V f A. . i - f ,Q .. i. i S' TZH 65 ' 1 S f' - " 1 ' A 'wr ' -1- ' N 'f -, ' ' - l . 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VUL, X3 BXXWM. io , fro Qxqgi- VJNA0 Agia -V-CX X OKXLX NXNZX lx Juvxsk y ,Yxtvum lg, in X X X Cx eb voalx X- o mx Udbmo C GWXTQXMZXQSQ wk Jmwu, wax N blow-AJX Covg-wifi.,-Q, Wm fkimkm, EUlKw ' 77 ffyiffhz an 44-if ,gjf U . ns-'27 4 -4 'Ugg J h f W rj + J if Abbott, Arline Ruth-99, 288, 368 Abbott, Clarence Thomas, Jr.-155, 321 Abel, Florence Louise-67, 296, 324, 329, 344, 358, 368 Abney, Robert Dudley-115, 254, 358 Abrahamsen, Patricia Mary-137, 308, 324, 356, 368 Adams, Foster L.-137, 320 Adams, James Earl-67 Adams, John-Doten--137, 254 Adams, William Clark-99, 258, 334, 366, 356 Adcock, Ray E.-115 Agnes, Rosemary-67, 296 Ahrens, Virginia-115, 288, 346, 368 A. I, E. E.-320 Aikins, Marg A.-67, 296, 324, 346 Ainsworth, everly Helen-137, 284, 368 Air School--48 Aiax, Ernest Theodore-115, -341 Albi, Peter F.-99 Albright, Thomasina Yvonne-137, 368 Alcorn, Mar'orie Ann-67, 308 I x nd r .lune Jo 99 298 316 318, 333, 336, 339, 344, 358 Ae 3 9 1 1y'- 1 1 1 Alexander, LeRoy ruitt'-115, 262 Alldredge, Hugh H.--99, 260 Allen, Victor W,-99 Allingham, William Jerome-137, 254 Anderson, Alpha Chi Omega-274 Alpha Gamma Delta-276 Alpha Lambda Delta-316 Alpha Kappa Psi--252 Alpha Zi Delta-278 Alpha Sigma Chi-318 Amon, Gladys R.-67, aio, 344, 368 Alston, Leonard D.-115 Alverson, Norman Burns-67, 268, 354, 357 American Chemical Society-314 Amilon, Janet D.-67, 284, 322, 333, 356, 358 Ammon, Carol-137, 294, 334, 368 Amsbury, Marilyn Jean--137, 308 Andersen, Ester L.-137 Anderson, Calvin Edward-115, 262 Anderson, Constance Lolita-99, 282, 324, 373 Anderson, George Patrick-137, 256 Anderson, Jaclyn M.-67, 294, 318, 336, 339, 356, 358 Anderson, Junior Delmont-137 Anderson, Peggy Lorraine-137, 294 Anderson, Ru -67, 286, 362, 365 Shirley Estelle-137, 294 Andrews, John Lewis, Jr.-137, 256 Angus, Evelyn M.-115, 343 App, Mary-115, 276, 368 Arp, Mary Patricia-115 Arbogast, Merlin M.-137 Architecture and Planning-37 Archuleta, E. Theodore-67, 271, 330, 333, 348 Argetis, James--99, 252, 349 Argys, Elizabeth-67, 308, 321 Argys. Geoorqe A.-115, 262, 321 Armeling, Ethel Jane-99, 288, 273, 316, 344, 373 Armstrong, Illa Mae--68, 290 Art--36 Arters, Harry R.-137 Asmus, l.aNore Eifeen-68, 286, 324, 330, 356, 359, 342, 368, 344 Asp, Mabel M.-137. 290 Auge, Helen Elizabeth-137, 284, 368 Aurand, Patty Ann-99 A. U. C.-315 Austin, Robert William-68, 252, 350 A. W. S.-312 A. W. S. queen-202 Axton, Wi' iam Stowe-137 Ayers, James Thomas-115, 266 Aylor, Joycelyn Ann--137, 276 Bahr, Mariorie-115, 308 Bailes, Virginia Quick-68 Bailey, Norris E.-115, 258 Bailey, Shirley Jeanne-115, 276, 324 Baird, John Paul-115, 366 Baker, Esther M.-99, 292, 345. 364 Balaban, Harlan George-115, 264 Baldridge, Barbara Ann-68, 352, 358 Ba'ent, Ralph-99, 266, 356, 358 Balkin, Ruth Helene-137, 308 Ball, Ray C., Jr.--155, 251, 262, 322, 352, 355 Ball, Vesta Ann-137, 308, 334 . Band-168 Bane, Janet Elisabeth Eleanor-68, 288, 366, 356 Banghart, Dorothy Ma?99, 336 Barbour, Edmund--137 Barker, Barbara Ellen-115, 278, 368 Barnes, John Bert-68, 348 Barr, John F. 5.-137, 260 Barr, Phyllis Joan-68. 286, 316, 318, 336, 339, 346, 354 Barra. Joanne-99. 316, 330, 344, 346, 353 Barrett, Alice-137 Bartlett Alice Ruth--137, 334 Barton, Eah Clifford-266 Bartow, Earl--115 Baseball-238 Basketball-232 Bassell, Helen Virginia-68, 308, 336, 344, 354 Bates, Jack H.--115, 256 Bauder, Mariorie-115, 276, 330 Bauer, Mervin Laurence-137 Baumgartner, Patricia Lea-115, 274, 292, 316, 345 Baur. Kenneth W.-115. 322, 355 Bayard Joseph L,-68, 260 Beaghler. Mary Jane-68, 280 Bean, Edith Opa'-99, 292 Beasley, Berneta June-137. 294 Beaton, John William Jr.-68, 271 Beatty, Barbara Frances-115, 284, 368 Beaumont, Bevcrlv Janc-137 Beauty Queens--204 Beaux Arts Ball-179 365 INDEX Becerra, Abihail 5.-115, 330, 346, 366 Beck, Betty-115, 308 ' Becker, Darleen Joyce-69, 292, 316, 345 Bealey, Jane-99, 72 280, 344, 346 Bell, Homer James-115, 258 Bell Julian-137, 271 Bell, Marilyn K.-115, 280, 332 Bell, William C.-115, 252 Belshe, Dale Curtis--99, 254, 358 Benish, Orville Roscoe-95, 252 Benner, Kathleen Emma-115, 366 Bennett, Darline-115, 294, 318, 340, 358 Bennett, Thomas Willard--138 Benson, Kenneth Richard-138, 258 Berg, Clay Nelson-69, 254 Bergene, Meredith Lorraine-138, 312, 308, 336, 368 Berger, Marvine L.-69, 320 Berger, Sidney Nathan-116 Bergin, Robert Eugene-99, 258 Bergren, Ruth Marie-116, 276, 324, 368 Berman, Laurence W.-138. 264 Berry, Betty Jeanne--138, 282 Berry, Vivian Alice-116, 284, 346 Berry: Wanda Glo-99, 308 Bers aw, Judy-69, 272, 294, 307, 312, 319, 344, 346 Bertholf, Velma Mae-116, 282, 336, 366 Berzenski, Florence Anne-116 Best, Betty Boon-99, 288 Best, Margaret Estabrook-116, 288, 330, 356 Beta Gamma Sigma-305 Beta Theta Pi-254 Beverly, Robert Gene-69, 96, 306, 323, 328, 353, 355, 356, 37 Beville, Robert Lee-116, 266 Bibb, LaDoris--99 Bidwell, Beverly Jeanne-69, 272, 278, 292, 319 Biggs, Ken-9 , 260 Billinger, Alvin-116, 258 Billman, Robert August-116 Bilyen, Aldean Leslie-116, 294, 317, 358 Blrkedahl, Walter J., Jr.-254 Birkenmayer, Wilson Clayton-348 Bishop, May lda-116, 274, 346, 356 Blvens, Hol is E.-99 Blornstad, Beverly Ann-138 B'a:k, Berniece Ina-69 Black, John A.-99, 260, 323, 358 Black, Theodore A.-99, 260 Blair, Glenn R.--116 Blair, Janet Lee-116, 284, 321, 330, 346, 354 Blanchard, Dona Smith-69, 321, 340 Blanchard, Helen Martha-138, 308 Blauer, Sara Jo ce-116 Blixt, Virginia XA.-138 Blocksom. John Joseoh--116, 266 Blocque, Michael-99 Bloom, Ronald Earl-138 Blubauoh, Barbara Lou-138, 274 Board of Publications-102 Boardman, David William-116, 252 Boatman, Starr D.-155 Boehme, Georgia Ann-138. 278 Bogqs, Barbara M.-116. 286, 330, 356 Boggs, Robert B.-116, 252 Bohmer, Brunhilde L.-69, 278, 318, 321, 336, 339 Bokides, Theodore Nick-116, 262 Bollinger, Leonard Charles-138 Bolls, W. Reece-69 Bonqer, Arthur Leo-69, 260 Booker, Lawrence Allen-69, 266. 326, 348, 358 Boone, Emilie Anne-116. 292. 345 Borden, Nina May--99, 284, 331, 344 Botts, Gale Earl-116 Boulier, Stanley J,-70, 251, 266, 306 Bourquin. Jules E.--99, 358 Bovard, Shirley Lorraine-116, 288, 316, 370 Bowers, Lorna Christine-138, 278, 336, 368 Bowman, Arthur Spencer-99 Bradtield, Jane Pauline-99, 288, 344, 358, 368 Bradsher, James A.-70 Brady, Phyl is Elaine-138. 282 Brady, Ruth Imogene--100, 276, 272, 345, 346, 368 Brad , Shirfey Mae-116, 282, 272 Braiel, Bonnie-138, 294, 368 Brainard, Charlene Rose-100, 278, 346, 368 Brainard, Edgar H.-138, 266, 368 Branner, Enid--100, 280, 312, 366 Brasfield, Ann-70, 284, 346, 358, 344 Braun, Barbara Ann-116, 288, 321, 356, 368 Brayden, El'zabeth Louise-100, 288, 321, 368 Brazile, Janet LaRue-70, 288, 316, 340, 358 Bregman, Aaron-138 Brennecke, Fritz-138, 260 Brentlinger, Leota M.-70, 365, 308, 333, 344, 354 Bresnahan, Jane-100, 284 Brewer, Lial Wayne--116, 262 Brewer, Philip-138 Brewster, Beatrice L.--70, 373 Briber, Gary E.-70, 266. 358 Briber, Gladys Ann-100, 276, 358 Brickner, Mary Ellen-70, 305 Brink, Joseph Andrew-100, 328, 354 Brink, Paul Edwin-116, 341 Broemmel, Frank C,--116 Broqan, John B.-70, 266. 350 Brooks, Betty Adele-100, 288. 326, 327 Brooks, James Lester-100, 350 Brooks, John Ernest-116 Brown, Celia F.-70. 286, 336 Brown, Everett Martin-100 Brown, Gloria Louise-138 Brown, Jerome L.-116, 264 Brown, Richard Stainfield-138, 271 Brown, Shirley Ann-116, 286, 368 Brown Warren T.-117. 266 Bruce,' Robert Vern-138 INDEX-Continued Bruhn, Virginia Gertrude-100, 286, 324, 346, 358, 368 Bryan, Robert Minis-117, 358 Bryan, Shirlie Pitman-100, 284, 358 Bryant, Orvis Smith-138 Buckler, Clark Arthur-138 Buckles, Raymond Douglas-260 Buckley, Bette-138, 308 Buckley, Phyllis Elaine-70, 286, 314, 316, 318, 332, 339, 336, 354 Buckman, Orville W.-70, 271 Buehler, George C.-100 Bullard, William Charles, Jr.-100, 321 Bunce, Alice Sue-71 Burch, Edward Evans-71, 260 Bureham, Betsy J.-71, 321, 336, 344 Burford, Beverly Ann-100, 319, 308, 356, 368, 362 Burke James A - , nthony 138 Burn, Donald Samuel--138, 324 Burns, Yvonne Joy-71, 330, 358, 362 Burrell, Joan Myrlee-138, 366 Burroughs, Elaine Carol-71, 294, 344 Bush, Helen Louise-71, 288, 312, 356, 358 Business Administration Bushnell, Beth M.-100, 308, 310, 366 Butler, Robert-138, 266 Butterfield, Virginia Ruth-100, 373 Byrne, Mary Helen-117, 345 Caddy, Juanita--117, 336, 356 Cain, Richard Watson-138, 266 Campbell, Charles Merlin-117, 362 Campbell, Lila Gail-100, 290, 316, 345 Campshow-166 Cannon, Ethel Louise-117, 278, 368 Cannon, Robert Charles-139, 262 Canterbury Club-321 Cantwell, Neil Frank-117, 262, 348 Patricia Lou-139, 286 Capraro, Joseph-117, 266, 358 Caranci, M. Christine-117, 315, 330 Carbaugh, Vernon R.-139, 348 Carelli, Herman S.--139 Carlson, Charles Joseph-100, 252 Carlson, John P.-117, 252 Carlson , Joyce Ann-117, 288, 324, 346 Carlson, Lois E.-71, 315, 356 P Carney, Carpenter, Patricia Lee-100, 308 Carothers, Jean Frances-71 Carothers, June Elizabeth-71, 278, 333 Colby, Vivian Nell-101 Cole, Catherine-72, 282, 324, 344 Cole, Robert Eugene-139, 260 Coleman, Carol Marie--117, 316, 324 Coleman, lla May-117, 308 Collins, Betsy Ann-139 Collins, Patricia Jo-72, 321, 319 Collins, Phil-72 - Collopy, Frank W.-101, 260 Cornbellich, Glenn R.-101 Comstock, Fredric George-155 Conly, E. F.-140 Conner, Bessie Taylor-72 Conner, Harriet June-101, 278, 272, 346, 368, 344 Connors, Patricia Ann-72, 286, 358 362 Conroy, William Joseph--117, 296, 332, 370 Contents-9 Conway, Ronald J.--101 Cook, Eugene Francis-140, 266 Cook, R. Katherine-101, 284 Cook, Patty Lou-140, 276. 368 Coolbauqh. Mattie Jean-72. 278, 324, 366 Coons, Alfred Eddy-72, 252 Corbacho, Henry Francis-117 Core, Janes Frank-140 Coulter, Marvin A.-140 Coursey, Raymond Lee-117 Courtney, Robert Charles-149 Cowan, LaMoyne Ruth-72, 308 Cowan, Rosalind Victoria-118, 324 Cox, Delbert M.-101, 252 Cox, Gerald Edwin-117 Cox, Thomas A.-101, 252 Coyner, Betty Ann-140 Crabtree. Jackie Ray-140 Cramo, LaRita Jane-101, 282 Crandall, Bob Carnahan-266 - Crandell, Shirley Mae-118, 276, 330, 356, 358, 368 Crary, Herbert-140, 268 Craven, Daurie Vontus-252 Creutz, Marv Jane-118, 308, 354 Crews, Ella Marie--73, 288, 318, 336, 358 Cribarl, Joe-101, 260, 323 Crocker, John Murray-101, 260 Crowe, Eugene Udell-140, 254 Cruise, Carolyn Ida-140, 294 Cruse, Marye Louise-101, 365 Cuitanovich, Marion-140 Culbertson, Lawrence Harve -140 Carpenter, William Scott-100, 260, 358 Carr, Catherine Amelia-100, 274, 326, 299 Carroll, Eileen Barbara-71, 278, 333, 336, 368, 344 342, 351, 356, 358, 363, Cullen, Jeanie Margaret-118. 294. 365. 242 Cunninqham, Ruth Virginia-101, 276, 365 Curry, Theodore Hillis-118, 252 Casey, Caroll, Margaret-139, 274 Curtin, Charles William, Jr.--118, 33 2, 333 Curtin, Dorothy Anne-118, 276, 324, 336, 368 Carson, E. Patricia-100, 274 Carson, Jean M.-139, 292 Carter, James Marvin-117, 260. 323 Carter, Kenneth Anthony-139, 262 Carter, Lorrie--139, 321, 322 Carter, Lutie-117, 288, 346, 368 Carwin, T. Jaxa-117 Casagrande, aria Augusta-71, 312, 324, 344, 307 Casburn, Rose Marie Janelle-117, 308 Casey, Joan-100, 274 Betty Lee-139, 284, 333 Castor, Ted Eugene--139 Cavanaugh, Gerald Paul-71, 348, 356 Cavano, Arthur T.-138, 256 Challis, Aulin Billy-139 Chambers, Donald Clare-117, 262, 356 Champion, Elaine--100, 272, 344, 373 Chancellor--28 Chanceller, Patricia Paschall-I00, 321, 326 Chandler, Warren Lynn-137, 266 Chappell, James C.-100, 328 Chapman, George Thomas-139, 266 Charney, Barbara-72, 324, 329, 346 Chi Sigma-256 Childears, James Roswell-139, 334 Childress, Robert George-260, 356 Chorus-167 Chrismer, John McSween Chrismer, John-72 Chrismer, Mary Alice-100 Christian, Helen Fey-139, 273 Chrastoffers, Herman W.-72 Church, Glenn Thomas-139, 266 Ciscell, Harold LeRoy-117, 333 Clagett, Alice Matie-139, 321 Clancy, James A.-139, 266 Clarion-158 Clark, Elmer Clinton-117, 266 Clark, Joan Catherine-100, 318, 336 Clark, Lowell R.--72, 196, 262, 332, 348 C'ark, Pat C.-117, 284 Clark, Wayne Byron-139 Clayton, James Inglis--139, 256 Clegg, Elaine-'13 , 294 Clifton, Ruth Angeline-274 Climp, Charles Edward-139 Cline, Rex C.-100 Cline, Sylvia Ann-117, 292, 346, 344 Clippinger, Don R.-139, 256 Clinton, Ruth-139 Clouse, Bette Jane-117, 316, 330, 308 Cockriell, Richard Carter-139, 254 Cotf, Phyflis Fay-101, 299, 333, 358 Coffin, Joyce Juanita-117, 319, 308 Coed Journalists-319 Coffman, Shirley Jeanne-139, 368 Coggan, Morton L.-101, 264 Cohan, Robert MaxwelI4101, 320, 349, 358 Cohen, Harold J.-101 Cohen, Louis-117, 264, 251 Colburn, Cyrus Leo, Jr.-117, 356 329, sac, sos, 336, 342. Curtin, Gloria Gavle-118, 330, 308, 358, 368 Curtis, Betty Ruth-140, 284 368 Curtis, Marybeth--118. 308, 370, 334 Curtis, WesIey Gene-260 D Book--163 D Club Dance-176 Daque, J, JoAnn-118 Dail, Lee Warburton-73, 258 Dally, Robert Lyle-73, 262, 348 D. P. A.-164 Damascio, Mary Lou-118, 276, 346, 358, 345 Daniel, Phyllis Lanier--140, 288 Danz, Lucille Irene-73, 163, 278, 319, 358, 344 Daubers-324 Davenport, Doris Elaine-101, 288, 319, 346, 358, 368 Davenport, Neil Albert-101 David, Raymond F.-140, 266 Davidek, Adolph Joseph-118 Davidovich, Edith Frances-101 Davidson, Barbara Ruth-118, 373 Davidson, Elwood Vance-118 Davidson, Joyce-140, 340, 356, 368 Davidson, Maxine M.--73, 284, 330, 344 Davidson, Roscoe Leyette'-118, 262, 355 Davies, Helen Louise-73 Davis, Carl Edward-101, 260, 358 Davis, Charline Rae-101 Davis, Doris Darleen-101, 364 Davis, Flo Mae-73, 276, 324, 330, 356, 358, 368 Davis, Garry Linus-118 Davis, Mary Blaine-101 Davis, Richard L.--118, 252 Davis, Von-140 Dean, Bell-30 Dean, Carol Naomi-140, 280 Deans-31, 32, 33 Deane, Donna P.-101, 288, 356 DeBelI, Edward R.-118, 258 Defibaugh, James W.-140 Deharport, Charlotte-73, 276, 316, 318, 319, 339, 336, 356, 368 DeLaCastro, Richard Joseph-101 Delander, Harold Frank-73, 262, 328, 251, 314 Delaney, Herb, Jr.-140 DeIliAuadri, Napoleon C.-118 De'ta Chi-328 Delta Phi Epsilon-298 Delta Zeta-282 Delta Phi Delta-329 Delta Gamma-280 Delta Sigma Pi-258 Demery, Howard James-118 Demery, Melvin B.-118 DenBeste, Earl-73, 262, 348 Denes, Paul Montgomery-118, 268 Denier, Robert E.-101, 262 Departments--51 DePuy, Chaunce-118 Deranleau, Mary Emma-140, 278 Derrv, Virginia Louise-101, 282 DeShon, Lowen Curtis-101, 270 DeSimone, Nicholas Louis-101, 348, 354 Desserich, Emile Paul--73, 260 Detrick, Stanley G.-140, 254 Dewell, Robert Rollin-118 Dickerson, Barbara J.--73, 345 Dickerson, Shirlie May-102, 284, 330, 370 Dickey, Ellen Lee--118, 278, 368 Dickey, Harold B.-74, 258, 251, 350 Dickson, Margaret-118, 321 Diedrichs, Sylvia-74, 299, 330, 343, 356, 358, 368 Dillon, Haradon M.-140, 260 Dingman, William Theodore-74 Dix, Robert William--118 Doepke, Albert W.-102, 260 Dolezal, Arlene Faye-102, 282, 330 333, 368, 344 Dollinghan, Helen Frances--118, 284, 356 Dollaghan,PRosenTg5' J.-102, 318, 336, 341, 314 ' ul Domingo, a - Domenico, Malcolm Vincent-102, 258 Dormitory Council--365 Dorchak, Adolf-140 Dorrance, Clarice Leola-119, 276, 358, 345 Dorsett, Glenn Williams-119, 260 Dorsey, Hamilton M.-119, 266 Doughty, Charles Linton-140, 358 Downes, James Edward, Jr.-140, 256 Downing, Robert Vernon-119 Dralle, Alice Lorraine-102, 276, 356, 358, 345, 334 Drama Club-326 Drescher. Maroaret Elaine-74, 280, 299 Drose, Charles-153 Drose, Donald Frederick-153. 266 Drose, Jack Stanley-119, 266, 258 Duer, Donna Marie-140, 284 Duerr, Marian June-74, 373 DU-ettes-310 Dutt, Cameron J,-140, 262 Duftner, Lowell F. 0.-74, 258, 350 Dugdale, Betty Jean-74, 294, 324, 356, 368 Duncan. Darlene Jean-141 Dunn, Charles E.-153, 356 Durkin, Robert J.-141 Durkop, Lorraine Martha-119, 276, 336, 324, 343, 346 44 Durocher, Lillian Marie--74, 324. 356, 363, 368. 3 Dusterdick, Charlotte Elizabeth-74, 318, 339, 336, 343, Dutton, Joseph Edward-153 Eagleson, Thomas Walter-119, 362 Earnes, Robert Conrad--141 Earthman, Glen Irving-141 Easterlinq, Marion Rex-154, 256 Easton, James Robert-102 Eastwood. Wanda M.-141, 280, 324, 370 Ebert. Charles Arthur-119. 252 Eckerdt, Albert G.-74, 252 Education--26 Edmiston, Robert B.-74, 254 Edwards, William G.--102, 260 Eha. Charles Chittord-141, 349, 362 Ehrhart, John F.-102, 256 Eichler. George W.--141 El Club Espanol-330 E'dridqe, Walter G.-102, 256 Eliedge, Gerald E.-102, 333, 355 Elliott. Edith H.-141 Ellis, Robert Bruce--141, 252 Ellsworth. John F.-141 Emery, Jacqueline-141, 362 Emery, John Wendell-141, 256 Emery, John Whittord-141, 260 Engineering-46 Engeman, Floyd B.-119 Epperson, John lra-74 Eppich, Charlene E.-102, 324, 330, 358, 368 Eppley, Ralph D.-102, 271 Epstein, Helen Vera-119, 298, 272, 346 Epstein, Ruth-102, 298, 346, 344 Erb, Mary Luellen-102, 386, 344, 333, 368, 373 Erickson, Betty-119, 274, 321, 272 Erickson, Kenneth Edward-141 Ernst, Robert R.-119, 260, 323, 355 Essert, Douglas S.-102, 266 Evans, Harriet-102, 276, 319, 336, 342 Evans, Janet Craiq-119, 289, 368, 356 Evans, Robert D.-102, 266, 349 Erans, Rosemond M.-119, 366, 362 Eve, Linco'n-102. 258 Evenson, Dorothy Ann-119, 294, 243 Ewing, Mary Frances-119, 292, 345, 346 Ewing, William Ross-119, 258 Expansion--8 Exum, John Madison-75, 366 Faculty-54 Fairchild, Miles R.-75, 324, 334 Falk, Donald Edward-119 Farnsworth, Maribeth-286, 321. 368, 334 Farnsworth, Richard Martin-141, 266 Fass, Leonard-141, 264 Favram, Louise Evelyn-75, 294, 336, 354, 366, 362 Febinger, George N.-75, 332, 358 Fehr, Eleanor Irene-119 Feiner, Donald Stanley-141, 264 Feldhamer, Carl-102, 264 Feldman, Milton Sam-141, 264 Felsen, Donald Lee-119, 264, 348 Feltz, Maxine--102, 278, 316, 339, 336, 344 INDEX-Continued 368 Ferguson, Clare Eileen-102, 294, 316, 319, 330, 346, 359, 368, 344 Fields, James Samuel-102, 254, 356, 359, 334 Finn, Josephine--75, 276, 336, 359, 368, 344 Finney, Richard Freeris-102 Flaks, Betty Mae-75 Flanigan, Luella Mae-75 Fleener, Harrv Miles, Jr.-75 Fliehmann, Verona Grace-102, 316, 332, 336 Flinn, Bonnie M.-119, 296, 330, 346, 368 Flint, Margaret Ann-102, 294, 336, 356, 359, 342, 344 Floats-173 Floersheim, Vivian Louise-119, 278, 364 Flora, Don H.-119, 254 Flora, John William-102, 372 Foley, Ann Lenore-119, 276, 346 Foley, Barbara Marilyn-119, 274, 273, 356 Fontecchio, John Theodore-102 Font Foot Ford Ford Ford Ford Ford Ford ecchio, Thomas E.-119 bal'-216 , Claude J.-119 , Donald-119 , Jack Frank-102, 350, 258 , Leo E.--197, 75, 260, 223, 251, 355, 349, 306 , Lowene Helen-154, 286 Roy Aaron-141 Ford: P. Walter-75, 328, 341, 349 Fore Fore r, Raymond-103 r, Valeria'Trimble-75, 299 Foster, Doral Jean--103 Foster, Fov Earl, Jr.-75 Foster, T. Jack-76, 197 Foster, Richard William-271 Fowler, Martha Jean-103, 280 Fox, Fox, Donald Vincent-119 Patricia Eileen-76,-276. 356. 368, 345 Foxworth, Donald L.-141, 321. 256 Foye, Jacqueline Marie-141, 276 Francis, Robert Rov-76, 320, 270. 349 Francis, Virginia-119. 286. 324, 346, 356, 342, 368 Fraser, Inez Marie-76, 278, 321, 344, 333 Frazee, Patsy Jean-119, 280, 321, 331, 333, 368 Fraz Fraz Fred ier, Georqe Earle-258, 350 , ier, Sidney Gillioan--141 erlck, Fiovd William-120, 252, 321, 331 Fredrick, Maroie Leone-76 Freeland, Eloise Elaine-141, 294, 321 Freeman, Gwendolyn-103, 342, 368 Free man, Willard Henry--120, 331 Freking, Henry Louis, Jr.-103 Fres hman Class--136 Frey, Donald L.-141, 266 Freyer, John C.-120, 254 Friedman, Abe Ed.-141 Friesen, Mary Belle-364 Frin k, Eugene Hudson, Jr.-103, 254 Frishman. Jack J.-328 Fritts, John Homer-141 Fritz, Roy W.-120, 266 Froemke, Richard William-120, 321, 333 Frost, Virginia Frances-141, 294, 368 Fry, Rae Janice-120, 294, 368 Frye, James Edward-120, 252 Fuller, Barbara Anne-76, 284, 321, 356 Ful'er, John Robinson-76, 268 Funk, Claude Everett-l4'l Furnish, Robert George-103, 258 Galambos, Max-103 Gal agher, Harriet Marqaret-97, 292, 359, 345 Gailegas, Gwen Marie-120, 296 Gamewell, Ed. W.-120, 324, 330 Gamma Phi Beta--284 Gardiner, Adron Lucas-103 Gardner, Donna Janet-141 Garey, Carl James-120 Garner, Harvev Louis-120, 260, 359 Garner, John M,-103, 252 Garrett, Dorthe Mae-103. 373 Garrett, Helen M.-76, 103, 294, 316. 319, 356, 345 Garton, Carol Kathryn-142, 288, 368 Garton, Esther Ellen-103, 316, 288, 346, 344 Gast, Richard W.-103, 252 Gastineau, Tom-120, 258 Gates, Walter Henry-76 Gay, William Henry-120 Gelman, Sanford C.--103, 264, 350 Genera, Don Paul-142 Georgas, Mary R.-76, 316, 330, 333 German Club-332 Getty, Mariorie Amelia-120, 373 Gibson, Jo Patricia-103. 286 Gibson, Ralph Richard-120, 266, 359 Gibson, Stanley Alfender-103 Gibson, Virginia Mae-120 Gies ler, Allen-103, 350 Gifford, Robert F.-76, 260 Gllbertson, Betty Mae-103, 278, 318, 339, 336, 344, 314 Gilchrist, Ralph Edward-76, 254 Gillan, Mary Lou A.-120, 324 Gilley, Harold Wallace-120 Gilliland, Hudson Kinsley-120, 366 Gil.iland, John Addison-120, 330 Gins Gira berg, Jerome-77, 264 ult, Emily Stevens-77, 288, 333, 340, 352, 359, 344, 307 Glanville, Norma Elizabeth-142 Glanz, Robert Louis-120 Glasgow, Frances Ann-77 Glasgow, Frank James-142 Glasier, Jacqueline-120, 330, 359 Glass, Evelyn J.-120, 320 Glatz, Edward Gay-142, 366 G'ea Glea Glea Glen Glen son, Ada Mary-103, 316, 330, 333 son, George Wall-103, 254, 359 son. Robin Michael-97, 286, 319, 324, 333, 359, 344, 36 n, Darrel F.-120, 252 n, Patrick Ronald-142 Gobatti, Regina-120, 296, 330 Gobin, Ed B.-142 Goe, William Edward-103, 266, 355, 359 Goebel, Julius Edward-142 Goldberg, Harvey Melvin-77, 320 Golder, Robert Allen-120, 262, 324 Goldman, Ralph Frederick--142 2 Goldstein, lvan L.--103, 264, 324, 251 Golf-242 Good, Donald E.-77, 340, 355, 352 Good, Gilbert Eugene-103, 262 Gooden, Joe Raymond-77 Goodman, Homer-120, 350 Goodrich, Guy Efwood-120, 356 Gordon, Margaret G.-142 Gordon, Miriam Elizabeth-142 Gordon, Paul Gene-142, 264 Gorman, William Louis-103, 271, 355 Goss, Bette Lee-142, 294 Gottschalk, Robert Mathew-142 Gouge, Ruth L.-103, 318, 339, 341, -346, 368 Gould, Whitney--103, 254, 359 Government Center-50 Govro, Charlotte Marie-142 Graduates-254, 255 Grant, Billie Arlene-120 Graves, Mary Elyn'r-120, 294 Graves, Richard Hardin-121, 268, 328 Gravett, D'Ann-103, 288, 336, 356, 359, 368 Gray, Milton A.-121, 256 Green, Ann-142, 324, 368 Green, Francis-121 Greene, Kenneth C.-103 Greenwald, Robert Lloyd-142 Greenwell, M. Dolores-77, 356 Greer, Francis Leopold Gregory, -Martha Eugenia-77, 282, 330, 342 Greig, Betty-77, 294, 330, 333 Greinetz, Howard Stanely-121, 264 Grenfell, Beth-77, 294, 340, 359 Grether, Edgar Carlos-142' Griffin, Robert Rayner-103, 254 Grindinger, John Joseph-142 Griseti, Gloria Mary Ada-121, 336 Grogan, Mary Alice-142, 333, 286 Gruenler, Robert Ernest-142, 260 Grunwald, Kenneth Nelson-121, 254 Grunwald, Velda-142, 284, 273 Gunderson, Helen Virginia-104, 294, 318, 324, 336, 3 Gunnell, Alan K.-121, 260 Gunison, John S.-104 Gunsolus, Georgia Mae-142 Guther, Edgar-142 Gunther, Carl Henry, Jr.-77, 258 Gwinn, Lawrence Morris-121, 262 Haas, Vera June-104, 282, 330, 353, 363, 368 Haase, Willow Jean--121, 336, 354 Haddon, John More-142 Haddock, Harold John, Jr.-77 Haeger, Barbara Elizabeth-121 Haeger, Jeanett E.-78, 286, 324, 343, 342 Hagan, Rosemary Jean-142, 321 Hagel, Eugene H.-142 Hagener, Lois Marie-121, 336 Hagener, Louis William-78, 262 Hagood, Jack-121, 271 Hahn, Mildred M.-78 Hale, Frances Moaeta--121, 308 Haley, Maroaret Marv-78, 299 Haley, Woodrow A.-104 Hall, Harold-121, 255 Hall, Martha Virginia-142, 285, 330, 356 Hall, Wilbur E.-104 Ha'lam, Avis May-104, 316, 332, 308, 353 Halter, Maryfane-104, 284 Hamilton, Dolores Elise-104, 284, 316, 272, 353, 362 Hamilton, Harald Wiliam-142 Hamilton, Raymond Lincoln--78 Hammer, Ann Marie-142, 286, 323 Hanawa. Rose--104 Hand, Harold R.-121, 260 Handsel, James-142, 266 Hanlen, Patricia-143, 286 Hanna, Harold-143 Hannan, Shirley Ruth-143 Hanscom, Hope Lillian-104. 284, 272, 326, 359, 344 Hansen, Carol Grace-143. 294. 368 Hansen, Mariorie Ruth-104, 284, 318, 337 Hanscom. Mary Mae--121, 316, 332, 308, 359 Hanson, Ray L.-143 Hansen, Victoria Rosemar -121, 284 Hardaway, Harriet-143, 288, 368 Harder, Howard Herbert-121, 258, 348 Hardesty, Clara Jean-121, 331 INDEX-Continued 56, 359, 368, 344 Hardt, Beverly Elizabeth-78, 324, 308, 336, 342, 344, 368 Hardy, .lean-143, 284 Hargls, Betty M.-121 Harmon, E. Keith-78 Harmon, Patti Ann-104, 284 Harold, Lois Ann-104, 344, 368 Harriman, Burton H., Jr.-78 Harry Allen-121 Harris, Harris, Katherine Patricia-121, 316, 368 Harris, Marcel'a Anne-143, 284, 330 Harris, Raymond B.--78, 271 Harris, V. Charlotte-143, 284, 365 Harris, William Henry-78, 256 Harrison, Patsy Marie-143, 286, 330 Harrison, Tyra Jeane--121, 290, 345, 346 Hart, Robert A.-104, 252 Hartmuller, William Ross-143, 266, 359 Hartwell, Robert L.-121 Harvell, Helen Jeanette-143, 274 Harvey, Richard A.-97, 261 Harward, Barbara Jeane-104, 280 Hasenkamp, F. Arthur--121, 271 Hasstedt, John Martin-78, 254, 354, 359 Hastie, Harold Robert-121, 261, 323 Hatch, lna Catherine--104, 274, 316, 271 Hatch, Ralph LaRoy--104, 271, 321 Hathaway, Carol-78, 286, 326, 331, 271, 359, 342, 344 Hattan, Ellis Everett-104, 262, 320, 355, 348 Hattan, Lois Lillian--121, 308 Hauptman, Lois Irene-121, 366 Hauptman, Phyllis Ruth-79, 366 Hauser, John Carl, Jr.-104, 260, 322 Hauser, Mary Ellen-79 Hawley, Raymond Neal-143 Hayden, Harold Merritt-104, 262, 320 Hayden, Leeon-79, 252 Hays, Leland Leonard-104, 261, 359 Hays, Loren I.-79, 323, 355 Hazelhurst, Robert Gerald-104, 251, 261, 323, 357, 359 Hassard, Betty Ruth-104, 290, 316, 346 Hedberg, Robert W.-104, 263, 320, 354, 357 Hedenskog, Leona Marie-143, 278 Hedin, Elmer Roland-143 Heffner, Alyce Jean-104, 276, 319, 359, 368 Hefty, Beverly Maude-143, 308 Heggem, Gordon M.-104, 256 Heider, Bruce M.-121, 251, 268 Heider, Walter John-79, 262, 350 Heinke, Myron George-143 Heller, Esther-104, 332, 331, 308 Hendee, Harold Haynes-121 Henderson, Maxine Ralson-79, 337 Henderson, Roland Lewis-122 Henderson, Sybil Margaret-122, 308, 337 Heisington, Corrine-122 Hendrickson, Paul Edward-122, 260, 354 Henshaw, Marilyn Dorothy-286, 316, 324, 368 Herbst, LaVerne-79, 294, 318, 336, 339, 356, 359 Herrmann, Donn Lewis-143, 254, 341 Heerrrnann, Harry Keneth-104 Herstrom, Frank O.-104, 261, 362 Hershinger, Kenneth H.--122, 252 Hess, Alan James-143, 266 Hess, Albert P.-143, 366 Hettler, Raymond A.-143 Hettler, Roy Albert--143, 262 Heuser, William L.--122 Heyer, Clarence V.-79, 252, 350 Hickey, Paul E.-143, 261 Higgins, Sammie Lee-104 Hill, Bruce Barbee-79 Hill, Elinor Frances-79, 294, 321, 330, 333, 340, 271, 35 Hill, Gerald V.-122 Hill, .John P.-122, 356 Hiil, Robert Martin-'105 Hill, Rowland-105 Hillegass, Robert Fredrick-122, 254 Hinckle, Charles Winston-143 Hinrichs, Donald M.-122 Hirsch, Robert William-122, 323, 355 Hirst, Robert-105 Hiss, Helen Marie-79 I-iix, Donald Stuart-105, 258 Hiort, Ivan Ernest-122, 262, 355 Hoagland, G. Earlene-122, 308 Hoechle, Priscilla Brewster--79 Hodge, Jean Lois-122, 292. 345 Hodges, Robert Roy-122, 268 Hoehle, Priscilla--79 Hoenig, Betty Lou-143, 290 9, 373 Hoffman, Dixie Lee-80, 286, 318, 337, 339, 271, 346, 358 Hofmeister, Florence Ann-143, 286, 331, 357 Hoisington, Corrine-122 , Holden, Kenneth J.--122 Holder, Bert E.-105, 328 Holmes, Wilma Esther-80, 276, 345 Holt, Bette Jo-122, 285, 346, 358 Holter, Shirley Ann-143, 326 Homecoming-171 Hon, Erna Lou-143, 274 Honstein, Arlene Jeanne-143, 334, 356, 358 Honstein, LeRoy-105 ' Honarwin, LeRoy H.-143 Hood, John James-122 Hoots, Virginia Frances-143, 285 Hoover, Charlinc Lindsley-80, 281, 321, 331, 342, 344 Hopkins, Helen Blance-122, 285, 331, 337 Hopley, Beveriy M.-144, 273, 285 Horita, Kary Kaory-144 Horita, Shizuko-122, 316 Horan, Bill Paul-122, 267, 348 Horn, John Scott-122, 322 Horney, Doris Elaine-105, 278, 344 Horrell, Kenneth W.--122, 268, 348 Horst, Robert Edward-122, 258 Horton, Clarence Benjamin-105, 261 Hostetter, Helen Ruth--105, 280, 316, 330, 368 Hotel and Restaurant Management-43 Houghton, Sylvia Mae-80, 288, 318, 340, 359 House Decorations-172 Hovey, George Lynnly, Jr.--105 Howard, Morton L.-122, 253, 350 Howard, Patricia Ann-122, 291, 316 Howe. Wilson S.--122 Howell, William Glen-122 Howerton, Al'an Wilford-122, 333 Howerton, Doralyn Ann-122, 292, 345 Howland, Catherine Louise-80, 288, 340, 359, 344 Huddleston, Michael M., Jr.-144, 260, 355 Hudson, Dolores Joan-122, 290, 346, 345 Huey, Georgia Lou-123, 342 Hughart, Robert Patrick-80, 254, 322, 328, 357 Hughes, Gerald Albert-123, 266 Hugins, Ruth Ann-80, 294 Hugo, Doris Virginia-123, 286, 325, 359 Hugo, Robert Victor-144 Hull, Geraldine Ann-80, 308 Hungate, Max-266, 359 Hungerford, Virginia Ruth-144, 308 Hunn, Constance Loretta-123 Huntley, Patsy Ruth-80, 373 INDEX-Continued Hups, Shirlee Jean--144, 281, 368 Hurd, William Allen-144, 267, 349 ' Hurdle, John Frank-105, 255, 341, 355 ltuskie, Warren Vernon-105 Huskinson, Edward J.--105, 253 Hutton, Jack A.--123 Hyllegard, Wayne R.-123 ii:e Skating Elum334 Ilftst, J1TrisCaIdwell-105, 289, 337, 342, 357, 359, 368, 344 Kenney, Charlie Warren--145 Kennison, Florence Estelle-106, 288, 337, 342 Kern, Stanley Alexander-145, 257 Kerr. David-255. 357, 362 Kested, Betsy Ruth-106, 295 Kidder, W. Ben-124, 257, 357 Kiefer, Shirley Eileen-145. 308 Kimball, Stan-106, 355, 354 Kimmel, Viola E.-145, 331, 335 Kimmell, Eleanor Lucille-106, 287, 331 Kindig, Dorothy Jean-106, 285, 319, 325, 360, 345, 362 Kindig. Norma Louise-81, 287, 318, 339, 347, 354 lmrnroth, Vernon H.-105, 252 Inai, Naomi-123, 324 Independents Ass.-308 Ingram, Phyllis Allene-105, 277, 331, 344 lntertraternlty Council-251 I. R. C.-333 loti Sigma Pl-339 Irvin, George Stovall4105, 261 lsenhart, Frances Lee--144, 294 lsenhart, James Edward-144, 258 lsenhart, Harold Ernest-144, 258 lsoto es-336 Ivy, gaplmel Paul-80, 253 Jacobson, Gale-105 Jacks, Robert Boardman-105 Jackson, Bessie Fave-144 Jackson, Frank-123, 261, 322, 355 Jackson, Karen Jean-144, 276 Jackson, Peggy--144, 286, 321, 337, 357, 360 Jacobson, Gale Milan James, Mary Jane--144, 308 e n 123 James, Paul MacL a - Jamieson, Nedine Katherine-123, 317, 308, 347, 354 J R b tv-123 ames, o er Janovick, Joyce-80, 283, 333, 337, 368, 344 Jarboe, Charles Leonard-123 Jarvis, George Leslie-144 Jastrow, Ken M.-123, 261 Jeftords, Donna B.-144, 285 Jetfrey, Faith Nadine-105, 274 Jekel, Rhlnie Victor-123, 253 Jensen, Barbara R.-80 280 365 Jensen, Delbert John-123 253 Jerson, Edward A.-81, 351 Jerson, Raymond John-144, 359 Jessup Mariorie Lanelle-144 Jeter, Wanda Jo-144, 287 Jezek, Joe--123 Johndahl, Kent Hartley--105, 259 Johns, Johnso Johnso William Kenneth-123, 269 n,,AIyce Irene-144 n, Barbara Lee-144, 289, 368 Johnson, Bert O.-123 Johnson, Betty Louise-123, 293 Johnso n, Clifford Walter-144, 271 Johnson, Darrel-105. 259 Johnson, Harold Edward-105, 263 Johnson, Janice Jane-105, 285, 331 Johnson, l.aVern Jane-144 Johnso n, George-144 Johnson, Janice-144, 287 Johnson, M. R.-123, 253 Johnson, Nelnese B.-81, 300 Johnson, Paul Walfrid-123 Johnson, Robert Meehem-105 Johnson, Virginia Catherine-81, 283 Johnson, Walter Kenneth-105, 255, 253, 350 Jolivette, Joyce Yvonnw105, 308, 331, 373 Jofly, James A.-81, 253, 350 Jones, Ava Jean-81 275 Janes, sans Mary-123, zss, 321 Jones, George Edward-144 Jones, Jean Inez-123 308 Jones, John 11.-113, isr, 349 Jones, Phyllis Louise-81, 285, 337, 342, 360 Jones, Rita Claire-105, 285, 347 Jordan, Joy-123, 360 Jordan, Kenneth H.-144 Jordan, Mary Charlene-144, 285, 357, 360 Jordan, Max Vincent-81, 322 Jordan, lla Mae-123, 291, 317, 313, 347, 345 Jordan Robert Davis-144 341 349 Jorgensen, Gordon F.-123: 263 ' Joseph son, Norma Jean-144 Judge, Mary Anne-144, 275 Judy, Howard Charles-123 Junior Junker, Carol Wilma-145, 287 Junker, Betty Lou-81, 287, 30 Just, R. Thomas-145, 269 Kahn, Kappa Kappa Kappa Karicia Class-98 Allan S.-123 Delta-286 Sigma-260 Delta Pi-340 n, Mary Kay-124, 317, 331 Karamigios, Ruby-123 Karnes, Andres Lester, Jr.-124 Kastle, Barbara Jeanne-145, 369, 362 Kastner L ' A 105 I , ons nn- Kastner, Stuart Paul-145, 261, 253 Katagiri, Mami-106, 317 Kawakami, Ruth M.-106, 318 332, 337, 339, 368 Kaye, Elizabeth evans-ar, 288, 357, 368 Keating, Robert Bruce-145, 267 Kegans, Donafd L.-145, 261 Keegan, Richard Garrett--124, 253 Kellogg, Elmer Wallace--81, 259 Kellogg, Kellogg, Richard Cromwell-124, 255 Kelsey, Kelsey, Anna Lee-124, 297 Betty Jane-293 7, 316, 313, 319, 347, 345 Mary Ann-81, 295, 338, 318, 331, 339, 357, 369, 344 King, Dorothy Louise-124, 295, 337, 357, 368 King, Edna Marguerite-106, 295 King, Geraldine-124, 289, 337, 342 King, Jeannette-124, 289, 337 H King, Kay-124, 295, 357, 360 King, Margaret Hageman-308 King, Otis John, Jr.-82, 255, 349, 357, 360 King, William R.-'I24 King, Yvonne Lillian-124. 381, 321 Kintner, Charline Rose--124, 287, 331, 333, 368 Kirk, Barbara M.-124, 308. 331, 352 Kirk, Lucia Victoria-106, 289, 321, 332, 370 Kirk, Maricrie Rosen, 291, 347, 345 Kirk. Mary Evelyn-82 Kirshenbaum, Adrienne-145, 299 Klein, Frederick A.-82 K'ein, Otto-106, 263, 349 Kline, Melvin Norman-145, 265 Kline, Miriam--106, 299 Klingman, Vern Leroy-145 Kloos, Carl George-106, 267 Klovdahl, Pearl Louise-124, 287, 343, 360, 345 Kluta, Dona Jean-145, 308 Klumpp, Maralys-145, 308 Knapp, Alice Pennington--124, 308, 321, 367 Knauss June L.-82 377 314 318 337, 339, 347, 360 344 Knight, Eleanore Louise-82, 295, 331, 357, 360, Kniss, Kenneth Clyde-106 Knod, John Paul--106, 354 Knox, Joyce B.-124, 295, 331 Kocel, Wendy H. B.-82, 106, 331, 368 Koeteeuw, Kathleen-124, 289, 337, 368 Kolberg, William Henry-145 Koonce, Andrew Milton-124, 320 Korn, Ralph--124 Korsmeyer, Beverley Jean-145, 375 Krabacher, Constance Peters-82, 289, 317, 340 Kretschmer, Franz Joseph-145, 255 Kreutter, Betty Kathryn-145, 289 Krieger, Chester George-106 Krueger, Edward Henry, Jr.-106 Kuhlmann, William Allen-124, 267 Kunse, Jean Eleanore--82, 295 Kunse, R. Bon-82, 263, 328, 314 Kunugi, Henry-124 Kunz, Lee Roy--145, 267 Kusakabe, Peter Tsuyoshi-82, 328, 355, 349 Kuwabara, Aika Mary-82, 318, 337, 339 Kyffin, Annalee-106, 317, 344 Kyle, Marcus Aurelius-106, 333 Kynewisbok-160 Lake, Clarice-106, 295, 344 Lambda Chi Alpha-262 Lampa, Marie-124, 279, 337, 343, 342 Lampshire, Robert Gale--145 Lane, Maurice Feclerick-124 Lanning, Jeanette Avis-83, 283 Lapharn, Dae G. W.--124 331 umm, Frank Byron-106, 314, 323, 349 Larson, Dottie Lou-124, 308 331 Lascelles, John 11. H.-106, 328, 354, 357 Latham, Albert Danks-145, 255 Latham, Harriet-124, 360, 289, 333 Latham, Malcolm D.-124, 261 Latimer, Dalas June-125, 295, 337, 342 Laverty, John William-145, 361 Law--47 Lawson, Ruby Mae-83, 393 Leatherman, Loyd Robert-125, 355 LeClair, David-145, 263 Lecvich Francais-270 Lee, Robert Dean-125 Lee, Mary Jo-145, 289, 360 Leek, James David-125 Lehman, Edward-83, 265 Lehr, Richard Andrew-125, 363 Leman, Barbara Ann-125, 303 Lemmers, Loretta Alice--125, 387, 369 Lenon, Beniamin Frank-145, 263 Leo, Evelyn Tersa-145 Leon, Barney-125, 269 Leonard, Mary Jane-145, 308 Leonard, Ralph Victor--106 Lesar, Edward Louis-83, 322 Lessing, Robert Reed-267 Levy, Marion-125, 345 Levy, Geraldine Marion-83 Lewis, Harry H.-125, 261 Lewis, Shirley Marie-125 289, 321 Lewis, William Saxton-125, 261 Lrebman, Bernard A.-125, 265 Lieber, Robert Duane-125, 253 Library and Graduate School-49 Linck, Dorothy Ann-125 281 Lind, Charles Dona'd-261, 323, 355 Lindgren, Donna Dell-125 Lindsay, Connie Carole-125, 381 Lindquist,-Jeanne Marie-106, 319, 354, 369, 344 Ling, Vrrglnra Ann-125, 285 Linrnger, Helen Augusta-125, 295, 357, 369, 370 Link, Stephen Edward, Jr.-106, 253 Linn, Nancy Ann-125, 281 342 Linstrom, Betty Mae-125, 277 Lipson, Shirley J.-83, 308, 300 Lischke, Jean-106, 360. 277, 360, 344 Liscurn, George-145, 354 Lissing, Robert-145 Littell, Barbara-125, 146, 281 Littrell, George William-255 Lirvak, Jack-146, 265 INDEX-Continued Lock, Virginia Marion-83, 160, 277, 321, 319, 331 Lockett, Joyce-106, 337 Lockyear, Warren H.-83, 257, 320, 354 Loettler, Anne Lenore-83, 289, 357, 360 Logan, Beverly Ann-125, 277, 331, 347 Logan, Don L.-83, 267 Logan, Kathryn Ann-106, 271, 297, 325, 342, Lohn, Long, Long, Loomi Clara Ellen-106. 283, 365, 345 Gwden Ann-106, 379 Edgar Phillip, Jr.-'I46 s, Barbara Jean-83, 277, 313, 360, 345 369, 344 McMahill, George .Joseph-126, 349 McManaman, Robert Earl-84, 263, 349 McMull McNeel en, Roy Gilbert-126, 355 y, Harvey Morton-127, 253 McPhee, Gordon Wood-146, 267 McWilli ams, Barbara Lou-107, 373 Mead, .lay Bee-146 Meeker, Dorothy Eunice-85, 364 Melzer, Robert Bartholomew-85, 255, 341, 357, 371 Melzer, Peggy-289, 337, 360, 363, 369, 342, 344 Mentors--345 Mergell, Betty Jean-146, 277 Mendenhall, George Edward, Jr.-85, 253, 353 Merrill, Harry-85, 253, 350 Messmer, James l.-127, 269 Meyer, Miriam Theresa-85, 365 Middleton, Christine Jane-BS, 331, 353 Mlklebost, Stanley Meltord-127, 251, 271 Miles, Barbara Ann--85, 277, 317, 347, 353 Lough, Dorothy Jean-107, 289, 317, 325, 357 Low, Elizabeth G.-83, 373 Lowdermilk, Phyllis Mariorie-84, 295, 313, 345 Lowdermilk, Elberta Louise-125, 295, 317, 333, 347, 357, 360 Luekens, Claude Auoustus-146, 35.7 Luian, Bernard J.-125 Lund. Luther Brown-107, 259 Lundien, Joy LoRe-146, 308, 337 Lutheran Club-343 Lutton, Warren Donald-125, 253 Lynch, Mary Elizabeth-146, 287 Lynch, Paul N.-146 Lynnock, Earl Lloyd-84, 267, 332, 343, 349 Lyons, David C.-107, 259, 350 Macaluso, Jim-84, 261, 323, 251 Macarun, Elizabeth-125, 347 Macdonald, Mary Hope-84, 279, 314, 318, 337, 339, 354 MacLean, Rachel Mary-125, 279, 368 Miles, Theodore Harry-147, 267 Miller, Alfred W.-107, 253 Miller, Barbara Joan--107, 275 Miller, Charles William-85, 259, 350 Miller, Eileen Marilyn-85, 331, 347, 357, 360, 300, 368, 343 Miller, Glenn Murray-147 Miller, Hazel Phyllis-85, 344 Miller, Howard Edward-127, 333, 370 Miller, Jack Lee-147 Miller, June-107, 331 . Miller, Madelyn Meredith-107, 281, 300, 331, 368, 344 Miller, M. Murce-147 Miller, Ora June-308, 368 Miller, Richard Walter-127 Miller Ross Vernon-147 Miller, Shirley June- Miller, Virginia Dale Mills Bruce T.-147, 261, 357, 360 Mills, Charles Keith-127, 367 107, 295, 337, 271, 347, 360, 344 -127, 308, 317, 337, 342 Mac Neill, Jean-84, 289, 321, 319, 365, 340, Metteo, Eugene Peter-125. 257 Matteo, Marie-125, 308, 331 Magoun, Martha-295 Mahoney, Betty Lou-126, 289, 357 Mahony, Robert Edwin-107, 255 Maier, Virgil Gene-126 Mair, Andrew J.-107 ' Maison, Donald D.-126, 261 Maior, Dorothy Bfanche-107, 280, 331, 344 Maker, Edward Joseph-84, 349, 360 Malcolm, Annette Jean-126 Maleham, BeeBe-107, 289, 357 Mallory, Marioriie G.-126, 277, 325, 337, 342 Mangan, Daniel T.-126 Mankott, Arleen-146, 299 Mann, Gaylord N.-126 Mannon, Bettie Ilene-126, 317, 331 Marcato, John Edward-126, 257, 333 Marcus, Jack Lewis-146, 265 Margulis, Selma-146 Marion, Joseph Howard--107 Markheim, Robert Paul-146 Marquis, Ruth-126, 308, 347 Marx, LeRoy Joseph--126, 255 Marriott, Bette Lee-126, 295, 337, 335 Mason, Chester C.-126, 259 Mason, Jeanette Attye-146, 369 Massard, Virginia Mari4+126, 308 Mastroianni, Rosalyn-Ann-84, 308 Mathiesen, Robert C.-126 Matson, Alice S.-84, 325, 360, 342 Mattas, Frank Wesley-126 Matthews, Dorothy Jean-146, 367 Mattingly, Oliver R.-126 Matsch, William John-126, 261 Mattson, Joan-146, 308 Maul, Helen Leila-107 285 Mavredakis, George-126, 279 Maxwell. Gerald Warren-107, 259, 360, 350 Mayer, Eleanor Y.-360, 260, 360 McAbee, Mary Lou-126, 360, 277, 357, 369 McAnaIly, Dan-146, 331, 335 271, 344 marine, Dorothy Ann-107, zsv, 318, 337, seo, 344 McCain, Clittord Wallace, Jr.-146, 259 McCalister, Mary Geraldine-107 McCall, Patricia Colleen-126, 275 McCamy, Romar Veitch-107, 259 McCarthy, Raymond Timothy, Jr.-107 McCauly, Howard Smith-84, 267 McCauley, Mary Jo-107, 281 McChesney, Shirlie Jane-146 McClary, Donald Frank--126, 257, 367 McCleery, Robert Lee-126, 349 McClelland, Andrew L.-146, 321 McClelland. Joseph Simpson-255 McCluny, Mary Ruth--126, 355 McConnell, Bill Joe-107, 263, 350 McConnell, Taylor-107 Mcbamal, Norman A.-107, 251, 267, 357, 36 McDonald, B. Joyce-126 McDonald, Kathie-126, 277 McEnany, Carolee-146, 281, 337, 370 McEnde1fer, Clara Jane-146, 289 McGreevy, David W.-84, 255, 331, 333, 362 McGregor, Francis Alan--126, 259 McHenry, Ramona Rahrning-321 Mcllhenny, JoAnn--146 McKay, Loresa Mae-146, 312, 331 McKee, James Arthur-146, 255 0 McKenney, Margaret Vea-84, 289, 307, 271, 347, 360, 340 McKinnies, Robin Hush-146 McKinnon, Jack Thatcher-146, 257, 320 McKnight, Royce Nadine-146, 279 McClain, Laurita-107, 285, 344, 347, 365 McLean, Elizabeth Marie-126, 281 Milroy, John Douglas-147, 261 .Minor Publications-162 Mincher, Mary Jane-127, 287, 331, 360 Mitche'l, George Maxwell-127, 253, 350 Mitchell, 'Michael E. N.--85 Miyahora, Dorothy Etsuko--127 Moe, Norma Lea-107, 289, 337, 341, 344 Moeller, Geraldine Lois-107, 277, 360, 369 Mohan, Ann M.-12.7, 337 Monckton, Margie Jean-85, 297, 353 Monninger, Trella Rhea-107, 285 Montague, Charles J.-147 Montgomery, Hugh Graham-147 Moore, Jackson--107, 263 Moore, John Stuart-147, 255 Moore, Marguerite June-127. 287 Moore, Marilyn Marie-127, 295, 347, 357 Moore, Virqinia Ruth-127, 287. 337 Moriarity, Verna Marie-127, 279, 317, 368 Morgan, Kav H.--86, 295, 307, 351, 368 Morqan, William B.-86, 267 Morison, Madeline Ramsey--108, 285 Morrell, Don Lawrence-147. 261, 357 Morris, Viroinia Sue-127. 308. 325. 337 Morrison, William Armitaoe-355, 357 Morrissey, Kathrvn Ann-147. 271. 297 Morrossey, Patricia Marie--108, 271, 297, 331, 369, 344 Morrow, Dorsey Waybe-86 Mortar Board-307 Morton, Arthur W.-108, 261 Morton, Henrietta Denmark-108, 308 Morton, Noble Leo. Jr.-86, 253 Moser, Audrey Elizabeth-147, 281 Moshisky. Jeanie-127, 293 Moss, LeRoy Gordon-259 Moss, Wavne-147. 269 Mossev. LeRoy--108 Mott, Shirley Ann-147, 308 Moura. Bernard P.-127. 255 Mott, Kenneth Lee-108, 257 Mozer. Louis-86, 265 Mu Beta Kappa-341 Mueh'bauer. Ernest P.-86 Mulert, Carl Justus. Jr.-108 Mulliqan, Patsy-86, 289, 312. 369. 344 Munday. Marian Elizabeth-108, 308, 321, 367 Munn, Glessner Elizabeth-108, 283, 360, 373, 344 Munoz, Nancy Redman-147 Munsey, Robert Keith-127. 321, 323 Muntwyler, Eleanor Elizabeth-86, 297, 333 Murphy, Grace Anne-127 Murphy, Maqgie-86, 271, 297, 331, 347, 360 Murray, Catherine A.-86, 287, 345 Murray, Rosalind M.-127, 289, 333. 368 Murren, Blanche Marie-147, 309, 337, 335 Music-38 Musso, Helen Louise-127, 365 Muto, Theresa Marie-108, 289, 357, 360, 362 Myers, Byron McReynolds-97. 291 Myers, Dorothy Grace-127, 283, 318, 337, 341, 368 Myers, Juanita Kathryn-108 Narahara, Ted Tetsuo-86, 323 Nakamaura, Helen-127, 318 Nakaya ma, Georoe-127, 355 National Collegiate Players-327 Nassimbene, Joy Mildred-108, 317, 347 Nauman, Carolynn Joy-147. 308, 335 Nauman, Doris Elizabeth-86, 295, 331, Nelson, Nelson, Nelson, Nelson, Nelson, Nelson, Nelson, Nelson, Darolyn Ruth-337, 368 Janice C.-147 Kino Lee-147, 261 Merle T.-108 N. Joan-127, 283. 362 Philip L.-127, 255 Queen Anne-127, 289, 347 Richard Morton--127, 263, 349 , 360, 345 353 Nelson, Robert James-147, 261 Nemirow, Sol Jacob-87, 265 Netherton, Patty--147, 289, 368 Nepkom, Betty Jane-128 Newcomb, Herbert J.-147, 337 Newlin, Barton Eugene-128, 255, 357 Newman, Harold Frank-147, 269 Newton, June-108, 289, 365, 347, 360 Nice, Armand Ritter-108, 267 Nicholas, Horace Alvin--147, 263 Nichols, Beverly Ann-147, 283 Nichols, Juanita Margaret-108, 293, 313, 368 Nichols, Richard Murray-147 Nicholson, Judith-128, 308, 331, 332, 368 Nickel, Viola J.-128, 287 Nlcovich, George Peter-108, 263 Nielsen, Doris Jean-108, 291, 345 Nielsen, Elaine Helen-128 Nietteld, Phyllis Lucille-128, 309, 338, 343, 335 Orchestra-169 Nilsen, Elvind William--147 Nilsen, Victor-147 Niven, Jarold R.-108, 263, 332, 357 Noble, Doris-87, 279, 325, 342, 344, 347, 368 Noordewier, Michiel John-128, 267, 349 Norbfom, David John-128 Norton, Carl P.-147, 261 Norton, Glen Ira-128, 325, 360 Norton, Paul Howard-128 Nuce, Barbara L.-108 Nunez, Roy-108, 263, 331, 366 Nyland, Phyllis Jean-147, 289 INDEX-Continued Nyland, Shirley-147, 287 Oberg, Delaine F.-108, 271, 295, 331, 344, 347, 360, 368 O'Brien, Elaine- O'DeII, Charles O'Dorisio. Fred, Officer, Richard Ogden, Robert Ohlnfan, Norma Oldham, Glenda 108, 285, 314, 318, 325, 337, 368 William-128, 320, 366 Jr.--128 E.-128, 355 M.-108, 253 Jcan-148, 368 Lou-148 Olsen, Ida Mae-148 Olson, Paul Allen-108, 267 Olson, Virginia-108 Omicron Delta Kappa-306 0'Rourke, Robert John-108, 259 Orr, Maryiland--128, 289, 360. 369 Ostrander, Launa Cruse-87, 309, 338 Ostrom, Ralph Frederick-128 Ott, J. Melvin-148 Otto, Gerald Milburn-87, 323 Otto, Glenrose Woolway-87, 287 Ottolcngue, Lorraine M.-108 Oursler, Sue Jean-97, 283, 347, 373 Owen, Juanita-87 ' Owens, Merillyn Irene-108, 275, 357 Oylcr, Margaret Mary--108, 277, 318, 342, 344, 358 Padgett, Jack Gordon-109, 263 Page, E. Lorraine-293, 317, 344, 365 Page, Sharon Colleen-148, 285, 364 Pagel, Dolores Marie--279, 338, 343, 357, 369 Pagliasotti, James Leonard-87, 323 Paige, Peggy Joyce-128, 283, 325 Pal'aro, Evelyn Mae-128, 293. 317 Palmer, Virginia Jane-128, 291, 317, 345 Pan-Hellenic Dance-178 Pan-Hellenic-272 Parakeets-346 Pardo, John Joseph-128, 357 Paris, Geraldine-148 Paris, Eva Lou-B7 Paris, Homer Lewis-87, 326, 327 Parker, Johnnv Whalon-148 Patterson, Donald Walter-128. 357 Patterson, Frankie B.-109, 319, 331, 353, 361, 369, 344 Patterson, Patricia Ann-128, 281, 369 Paul, Robert J.-87, 267, 360 Paulsen, John Norman-128, 270, 360 Pavlat, Rose Marie--109. 287. 338. 342 Payne, Ella Rae-128, 277, 319, 347, 357, 360 Payne, William Franklin-148, 263, 321 Pearce, Donna Mae-128, 279 Pearse, Jack Hamer-128, 349 Pearson, Yvonne Bunny-87, 326, 327, 373 - Pease, Arlene Clifton-87 Peck, Ernest Emil-109, 257 Peck, Doran Willis-128, 253 Peck, Martha Lorene-148 Peckenpaugh, Spencer--128, 261, 323 Pedicino, Eugene Michael-148, 267 Pedicino, Irene Hope-88, 287, 307, 319, 325, 329, 3 369, 344 Pemberton, Effie-129 , Pembridge, Mariorie G.-129 Pendleton. Helen Fav-88, 287, 325, 361, 362 Penn, Walter Ernest-88 Pennington, Lois-88, 308 Pepper, Carl-109 Perkins, Eleanor Jean-109, 277 Perkins, Nancy E.-88, 287, 300, 326, 327, 357, 361 Perricone, Vita Marie-129, 287 Perry, Clyde C.-148, 263 Pesusich, Nick-88, 253 Peters, Barbara Jean-88 Peters Edna Marie-148, 309 Peters, Gerald P., Jr.-sa, 255 Peters, Lois Mae-148, 309 Petersen, Fayth Ann-109, 287, 347, Peterson, Dean Edward-129, 255 Peterson, Doris Ann-129, 285, 357 Peterson, Jack-148 Peterson, Joy Eldora-148, 279, 369 Peterson, Lavona Jean-129 357, 369 31, 361, 363, Peterson, Mary Louise-129, 271, 291, 347 Petty, Francis L.-109, 251, 259 Peyrouse, Jack Claude-148 Ptrimmer, Patricia Jane-109, 286, 325, 344, 369, 362 Phi Beta Sgcgma-355 Phi Delta appa-352 Phi Gamma Nu-292 Phi Gamma Mu-351 Phi Phi Phi Phi Phi Phi Phi Phi Pi llips Epsilon Phi-348 Sigma Iota-353 Lambda Upsilon-371 Sigma Delta-264 Chi Theta-291 llips, Joanne Onnen--109 Pi Beta Kappa-304 'am ma Mu 351 Pr G - Pi Delta Theta-354 Slips, John R.-109 , Robert Bruce--148, 257 Beta Phi-288 Pi Kappa Alpha-271 Pierson, G. Lois-129 Pilkington, Jesse E.-109 Pimpl, Patricia Elizabeth-88, 308, 317, 325, 340, 344, 369 Pindell, Jacqueline Edith-109, 279, 317, 318, 338, 342, 344, Pinkerton, Shelburne E.-129, 259 Pioneers-196 Pioneer Ski Club--356 Pioneer Wings-362 Pioneer Day--170 Pior, Sybil Lorraine-88 Pitter, Surle, 148, 299, 360 Platt, Beverly Leora-148, 295, 321 Plews, James, Jr.-148, 257 Plotkin, Joan Marie-148 Poage, Melvin Lee-148 Pohlman, Herbert Edwards-109 Polychron, John Frederick+109, 349, 366 Pomberton, Ettie M.-129 Pond, Margaret Marie-109, 271, 283, 338, 342. 347, 369 Poole, Joseph Aaron-109, 263 Pope, Esther Rose-148, 309 Popham, Donald F,-109, 349 Popish, George Edward-109 Poppert, Dale Lee-148, 267, 360 Porter. Mary K.-129, 277, 333, 361, 369 Portertield, James C.-88 Poston, James Richard-88. 267, 349 Potter, Gladys Ruth-109, 277, 331, 344, 347, 361, 369 Pottle. Jack Thomas--129, 261 Powell, Charles M., Jr.-166, 261 Powell, Marilyn-129, 295, 369, 362 Powell, Mary Agnes-89, 283, 321, 325, 338, 357, 363, 369 Powell, Robert Holt-148, 255 Powers, Calvin Arthur-89, 251, 270 Power, Homer Patrick, Jr.-109, 267 Powers, Peggy H.-129 Preston, Phillip Cottle-148 Prettol, Violet Marie-109, 308, Price, James Francis, Jr.-148, 255. 332. 341 Price, Maylene Doris-129, 271, 299, 333, 369 Prizant, Jerome Martin-148, 265 Probert, James Raymond-148, 362 Proctor, William John-89, 323, 355 Prologue-4 Prospectors-358 Prosser, Harold Wilson-109 Purcell, Alice Mae-89. 283. 338 Purdas, Raymond T,-148, 267 Purdy, Darrell L.-89, 253 Purdy, Darrell Damon-109, 263, 349 Quade, Omar H., Jr.-148, 255 Quiat, Gerald M.-109 Quigley, Robert Thomas-150, 263 Quinn, Evelyn L.-163, 129, 287, 369 Quinn, James R.-89, 328, 349, 354 Raber, Barbara Mae--129, 295, 319, 362 R. A. C.-363 Radetsky, Robert Leonard-109 Raich, Abraham-89, 328 Rains, Roger William--129 Randell, Lois A.-129 Rarick, Galen Ronald-89, 263, 349 Rarick, Norman Ellis-129, 350, 367 Ratzer, Marcia L.-129, 277, 319, 331, 362 Rauchtuss, Phyllis Jean-150 Rayner, Robert Vance--150, 370 Razatos, Joy-89, 325, 369 Rawlings, Yeoman Charles-150 Recht, Rodney Frank-150 Reed, Donald Edward-150 Reed, Doris Page-89, 291 Reed, Jack H.--129, 261, 323, 341 Reed, Ralphine Louise-129, 309, 319 Reed, Warren J.-89, 267, 323, 355, 361 Reese, Wendell Armour-129, 257 Reichl, Carmeleta Mary-150, 297 Reisbig, .John William-150, 270 Reitzer, William Gerhart--129, 251,'269 Remley, Carolyn Ruth-129, 309 Renero, Dorothy Ann-150, 309 Reppel, Bertha Melaine-150, 309, 331, 367 Retallack, Ellen May-109 Reust, Doris-150 Rezzer, Donald Ellwyn-109. 261, 323, 357, 361 Rhodes, Esther Fern-89, 283, 332, 331, 333, 361, Rhodes, Helen Ruth-150, 295 Rhodes, Joe D.-109, 261 Rice, Ruby Bernice-150 Richardson, Okemah Rav-90. 309, 367 Richardson, Margaret Etta-129, 291, 317 Riddell, Robert John, Jr.-90, 251, 271, 323, 355 Ridgeway, Reece E.-150 .-, --. 344, 373 369 Ridley, Ruenella Ann-109 277, 317, 319, 325, 344, Rieger, Eugene Francis-150, 257 Riggs, Kae--90, 295, 363, 368, 344 Rightmlre, Paul Roy-150 Riley, Patricia Ann-90 289 361 I ---e Y-ee Y F INDEX-Continued 361, 362 nam-ie, aafbm Ann-90, 289, 325, 3311, 342, 351, 361, 369 Ritchie, Raymond D.-267 Robb, Richard Deane--150, 267 Robb, William Carter-150, 267 Roberts, Elaine Janis-150, 309 Roberts, Jeanette Evelyn--110 Roberts, Jodie-129 Robertson, James Carl-150 Robins, Jackie Dorehe--129, 285 Robinson, Billi H.-129 Robinson, William Heath-110, 350 Rocha, Joseph G.-130 Rochford, Gene Richard-110 261, 360 mickey, Bonnie-130, 287, 333, 335, 361 Rodaway, Keith S.-150 Rodman, Mary Lou--289 Rodney Curtis Hall-364 Rogers, Joyce D.-110, 289, 357, 361 Rogers, Verlee Nydia-150, 279 Rohan, John J.-130 Rolston, Janet Georgene-110, 295, 331, 335, 344, 361 Romeo, Anthony Charles-90 Romine, Doris Moyer-130, 279, 331, 338, 369 Rominger, Ralph Robert-90 261, 350 nork, Betty Jean-90, 295, 317, 313, 339, 347 Rose, Valerie Ann-110, 285, 300, 321, 361, 362 Rosen, Harold Frank-130, 265, 349 Rosenberg, Evalea-110, 277, 344 Rosenquist, Henry-155, 259 Ross, Alvin A.-90, 253 Ross, Bessie Le?90, 309 Ross, Earle L.-150 Ross, Frank Richardson-110, 261, 323, 355 Ross, Marie-150 Rothrock, Marllyn Anita-130, 291, 313, 317, 345 Roth, Patty-110, 275, 325, 344, 361 Rotolo, Mary Ann-90 Rottman, Bernard Robert-150, 265 Rouse, Ruth Marie-130, 287, 317, 345, 347, 361' Rousey, Wyledda M.-110 Rousses, Edward George-130 Royer, Carl A.-90, 349 Rowe, Russell William-150 Rowland, Mary-110. 287 Rowland, Raymond Kenneth-110, 255, 321, 335 Roybal, Tony-130, 349 Roger, Margaret Ford-110, 338 Ru in, Marvin L.-110, 332 349 nushmfe, Joy L.-130, zai, 321, 331, 362 Russell, Frances Elaine--110, 318, 338, 339, 354 Russell, Seerie-91, 285, 333, 357, 361 Rust, Betty Jo-150 Rust Freda Gladys-91 Rutter, Betty Anne-130, 309 Rutter, Margaret Alieen-150 Ryall, Jim Edward-130, 267, 361 Ryan, Bernard George--150 Ryan, Clayton Phillip-149, 261 Ryan, Robert Sherman-91, 251, 253 Ryan, Wil-iam T.--149, 255 Ryglinski, Lee-149, 267 Saas, Edith Louise-110 338, 343, 369 suns, Lemma-130. 265 Seanger, Eleanor-130, 285, 369, 357, 361 Seiser, Christian Charles-149 Sandberg, Herbert Holmes-110, 255, 332, 341, 349, Sander, Paul Edward-149, 335 Sander, William Charles, Jr.-110, 255, 328, 349, 361 Saracino, Sammy, Jr.-149, 261 Sasahara, Janet-130 Saunders, Vivienne M.-91, 285, 361 Savage, Joan Margaret-149, 272, 277 Sawyer, Darold Ernest-130, 261, 361 S. C. A.-366 Scanlon, Laurence T.-130, 263 Schade, Roger D.-110, 263. 333, 355, 349 Schaetzel, Charlott?110, 289, 333, 369 Schaible, Pauline Lederer-91, 279, 318, 332, 338 Schatz, Lenore-91, 277, 307, 318, 319, 325, 333, 3 357, 361, 363, 369 Schaus, Beverly--130, 285, 361 Scheidler, Calvin William-91, 257 Scheirer, Eleanor C.-91, 309, 332, 338 Schermerhorn, Howard M,-110 Schertz, Kathleen Oma-91, 281, 338, 344, 361, 368 Scheuch, John Jacob-130 Schletz, Howard George-130 Schmidt, Alban Joseph-130, 362 Schneider, Anne Y.-130 Schneider, Theodore Henry-130 Schott, Robert L.-91, 253 Schrepter, Shirley Jean-130, 298, 369, 370 Schuch, Theodorls Josephine-149 Schaknecht, Dorothy Arlene--91, 277, 338 Schultz, Glendon G.-110, 263, 325 Schuster, Savina Drucilla-130, 287, 325, 357 Schwartz, Arthur Myron-130, 265 Schwartz, l-larrh Nathan-91, 350 Schwartz, Mel ewey-97, 323, 355 Schwarz, Martha Matilda-149, 281, 338 Schwarz, Mary Lou-130 Schwab, Jane E.-130, 277, 331 Score, Gertrude Arlene--110, 343 Scott, Doty Hampton-130 Scott, Edith Patricia-110, 277, 319, 331, 342, 344, 3 Scott, Mary Luella--130, 275, 317, 338 Scott, Nancy Jane-131, 309 Scott, Norman William-110, 259, 350 361 38, 342, 344, 347, 47 Scribner, Jim T.-110, 267, 361 Scrivner, Robert Vernon-130 Scrivner, Ralph-110 Seager, Harvene M.-131 291 Seals, Walter Jackson-110 Se r Ch t R Il--131 B S, ES Bl' USSE Secor, Lorraine Pearl-110, 311, 312, 318, 338, 344, 363, 369 Seewald, Lawrence F.-92, 277, 323, 355 Sei'er Calvin McKissack-110 Selby, Barbara Jeanne-149, 277, 369 Seller, Bill Wayne-149, 267 Sellers, David Arnold-149, 267 Senior Class-66 Selllnghausen, Madelyn-131, 283, 370 Serrahn, Clayton C.-131 Serro, Robert Frank-92 Settle, Louise B.-111 . Seversen, John Robert-149 Sexton, Florence Marie-111 318, 338, 339 Shaffer, Harrison L., Jr.--11'l, 267, 325, 349, 361 Shank, Geraldine Eva-131, 287, 331, 339, 343, 357, Shank, Paul Domingo-111 Shavlik, Charline Juanita-131, 342 Shaw, Dean H.-131, 263 Shea, Cornelius F.-111 Sher, Edith Cristal-149 Sher, Shirley Thelma-131 Shirkey, Leslie A.-111 Shissler, Jean Louise-131, 295, 321, 361, 369 Shouldice, Douglas Herbert-92 Shroyer, Franklin D.-111, 253 Sigma Alpha Epsilon-266 Sigma Kappa-295 Sigma Phi Epsilon-268 Sigma Pi Sigma-372 Sigma Alpha Iota-373 Sakes, Douglas Albert-149, 263, 362 Sikes, Margaret Jean-149, 289 Silva, Clarence Eugen?92, 270 Siiva, June Marie-149 Silverberg, Jeanne Claire-149 Simmons, Joan Alvina--131, 277, 287, 293 369 Simpson, Mallnda Grace-111, 318, 338, 339, 344, 354, 361, 369 Singleton, LeRoy W.-149 Skallotis, Mary Sylvia-131, 293, 317, 345, 347, 362 Skiing---236 Skinner, Elmer Wendell-149 Skophammer, Jack Reeves-131 Skotheien, Donald Eugene-111 , Slatkin, Irving William-149, 265 Sloan, Beebe Alice--92, 277, 305, 307 317, 345 Slohm, Beverly A.-131, 287, 325, 361, 369 gmar, Louise Cecelia-111, 300, 309, 331, 339, 344, 'r ml , Donald Roy-149, 332 Smith, Dorothy Mae-1'l'I, 271, 287, 344, 347 Smith, Eaine-131, 279 Smith, Frances J.-149 Smith, Geraldine Ruth-131 Smith, Glen Edward-92, 253 Smith, M. Elaine-130 Smith, Marilee I-'lanning--111, 285, 347, 357 Smith, Nicho'as-149 Smith, Patricia Joy-111, 279 Smith, Paul G.-131 Smith, Peggy Pauline-111, 275, 291 Smith, Robert Hamil+-149, 257 Smith, Shayle Webster-149, 323 Smith, Shirley Marie--131 Smith, Warren Albert-131, 253 Smith, Wayne Homer-131, 255 Smith, Wesley Donald-111, 259 Smidt, M. Ray-149 Smolenske, Jack Ross-131, 269, 357 Snead, Mary E.-131 Snyder, Eleanor Elaine--149 Sandie Glorie Jean-131, 309, 317 Sonnefield, Belle Brandon-111 Sophomore Class-114 Souder, Sue Welch-111, 357, 362 Southwlck, Sheldon Edsall-131, 267 Space-162 Spaeth, Carl Delmar-131 Spangler, William Earl-92, 328, 349, 361 Sparks, Eugene F.-149 Speech-40 Spellman, Clottord R.-131 Spiegel William Leonard-149 spies Beverly Ann-131, 321, 332 Spindle, Lloyd Logan, Jr.-131, 271 Spivak, Day d--131, 265 Sponiel, Tino-111 Sprin le, Lois Bertha-92, 295, 331, 353 Spowell, Bob-111, 328, 341 Staats, Edward C.-111 Stacy, Shirley Earlene-151, 285, 331, 369 Staff'-6 Stafford, Ottilie-131, 285 361 Stafcup, Theresa Marie-151, 338 Stalloa, Irene Helene132 Stancil, Charles William-111, 355, 357, 366 Stander, Barbara Lou-151, 275 Stapp, Gerald L.-151 Stark, Twyla May-111 287, 361 sm-, vsigmia Mary-111 373 seem-ns, me w.-92, 261, 323 Stebbins, Elmer L.-132 253 Steele, :dam sandra-151, 285 Steele, Robert G.-132 Stegner, Patricia Mary-151, 287 St B b -151 en, ar ara Steinke, Gene Edward-111, 261 Stenmark, Betty Ann-151 Stern, Barbara Margaret-111 Stern, Miriam-299 Sterner, Joseph William-111, 267, 355, 357, 361 347, 369 Stewart, Barbara Jean-132, 287, 357, 361 Stewart, Charlotte Joy-151 Stewart, Clinton B.-132, 270 Stewart, Joseph L.-130 Stewart, Phyllis Anne-92, 289, 312, 357 Stivers, Pat--287, 347, 357, 361, 369 Social Work-44 Stockman, Irma Lou-111, 277, 331, 357, 361 Social Science Foundation-45 Stone, David Clayton-151, 267, 361 Stone, Edward Hartman-92, 267, 357 Stoppel, Leon Kenneth-132, 270 Stouder, Mildred Adelle-309, 338 Stover, Bert Harold-151, 253 Strain, Marian May-132 277 Strange, Harvey Bruce--132, 321, 361 Straughan, Alfred James-132, 253 Streater, Eleanor Jeanne-132, 281, 321, 338, 347, 369 Stroh, Claire Marie-132, 287, 361 Strohm, Robert Henry-132. 267 Sturgeon, L. LaRue-111, 289, 347, 364 Student Government-50 Student Union-180, 182 Stuver, Ruth Frances-92, 289, 317, 338, 343 Suiata, Andrew Dominic-111, 328. 354 Sukonick, Eileen Y.-112, 309, 338, 342, 369 Sullenberger, Margaret Elizabeth-112, 277, 338 Summers, Maraaret Jeanne-132, 287, 338 Sund, Lowell Charles-93 - Sunday, William Mottis-151 Susman, Sally-151 Sut'itf, Betty Ann-93 Sutton, Arlyne Eudora-151, 338 Swimming-242 Svalberg, Charles Martin-151 Svalberg, David Laurence-132, 253 Svalberg, James Edmond-269 Svedlund, Helen Elizabeth--151, 318 Swanoy, Charlotte Vivian-97, 112, 281, 342, 369 Swanson, Beva Jean-151, 277, 338, 361 Swanson, Charles 0. T.-151 Swayze, Betty Jo-151, 273, 277, 331 Sweegsltbogzghy Mae-93, 287, 307, 312, 314, 317, 318, 338, 339, -Tabata, Yoshio-151 Tacha. Betty Frances-132, 279, 338 Taft, Harold Dewey-132 Tainter, Wilburta-151, 275 Taiiri, Akira-132, 328, 355 Ta bert, Wendell Hadley-132 Talbot, Robert C.--151 Ta'iaferro, James Hurbert, Jr.-132, 261 Tang, Harry Konq-hung-166 Tanton, Artis Isabelle-93, 277, 319, 325, 342, 347, Tasker, Walter James-93, 259 Tasset, Edward F.-132, 253 Taylor, James Robert-112, 271 Patricia Alice-151, 287 William Robert-132, 263 Teeters, Margaret Elizabeth-93, 373 Tempest, Frank N.-112, 267, 321 Tennis-240 Theander, Jacquelyn-132, 285, 333, 361 Theander, Richard E.-93, 253, 350 Theater-39 Theta Chi-270 Theta Phi Alpha-296 Thomas, Alice May-151 Thomas, Donald Leroy-112, 251, 261, 361 Thomas, Julie Ann-151, 295 Taylor, Taylor, Thompson 1 Thompson, Thompson, Thompson, Thompson Thomson, Thomson, Thomson, Thomson, Thomson, Thomson, Thorney C. Roy-132 Chester C.-93 Ernest James-151 Eugene Ogden-151 Joan Edna-151, 312, 369 Marian Jeanette Thompson, Ernest William-132, 263 Gavlord S.-151, 267 Herbert Eugene-152, 267 Marv Frances-132, 287, 357, 369 Marian-132 Richard N.-132. 263 rllam H Jr 93 253 , w': ' ., .- , Thornton, Barbara Ann-132, 286, 339, 342 Thornton, Bettie Alice-133 ' 347 Three H Club-242 Tillquist, Howard Robert--133, 255, 257 Trllquist, Julius L.-93, 255 Tilton, George Henrv-152, 261 Timberlake. R. Douqlas-152, 267 Timmins, Thomas Ferris-133, 259 Tlppett, Robert Lloyd-112 Titus, Carol Conrad-152, 287 Todd, Barbara-133, 309, 339, 347 Todd, Donald Rene-112 Tokheim, E, Jane-93. 362 369 Tumbling, Kathryn Mae-93, 277, 333, 344, 361, 369 Tombling, Nancy Dee--133, 285, 361 Tomlinson, Ethel Jean-133, 279, 325, 369 Tool, PatgiciaBAnnT13g ornow, ue ever - 4 295, 29 , Torrance, Doris-13y3 I 3 319' 347' 361' Tower, Norman, Jr.-152, 261 Towle, Robert-153 Townsend, Mack L.-94 Trabue, Olin-152 Trace, Arthur S.-94 Track-243 Traver, Letha Jeanne-94, 307, 350 Treusch, Charles A.-133, 269. Trimble, Robert T,-133 Triplett, Arthur Grover-112, 335 Trout, Helen Kathleen-112, 317, 373 Troyer, Dean R.-133 350 INDEX-Continued True, Edward Lloyd-152 Tucker, Raymond J.-152 Tucker, Robert Myron-133, 344 Turner, Barbara Jean-112 Turner, Thomas William-152 Tuttle, Lawrence Bythal-133 Tynan, William Joseph-133 Underwood, Willabelle-94, 373 Uppenberg, Janette-152, 283, 324, 370 Upton, Alice Louise-133 Upton, Grace l.-94, 309, 344 Urie, John M.-94, 253 Usher, Leora Dorothy-94, 311, 331, 362 Vaile, Harold Roy-133 Valien, George C.-152 Vaiis, Kenneth S.-112 Va'ore, Joanne Ruth-152 Van Aken, David Edward-133, 259, 350 Vance, Verna Frances-133, 309, 370 Vanderlaan, James--112, 253 VanEngen, Wilma Jean-309, 317, 318, 339 VanFIect, Beverly Jean-197, 289, 357 VanFleet, Shirley Jo-94, 289, 307, 317, 340, 344, 347, 351 VanHorn, Dale Forest-152, 267 VanMcter, Lewis--152 Vaughan, Betty Jayne-94, 289, 340, 347, 361 Veatch, Ralph Waldo-133, 263 VickRoy, Don D.-152, 261 VickRoy, Robert Lon-152, 255 Vincent, Stuart Price-133, 255, 344 Virgil, Barbara LaVerne-133, 283, 325 Virtue, Eunice Lee-133, 279, 317, 318, 339, 354 Volker, Nancy C.-112, 289, 306, 325, 361 Vondy, Fred W.-112, 201. 261, 355, 361 Votaw, Warren Gilbert-152 W. A. A.-368 Wagenblast, Betty J.-133, 287, 325, 357, 369 Waqner, Kenneth E.-133 Wainner, J. Phil-112, 328, 349 Wale, E. George-112, 267, 349, 361 Wales, Mariorie Alice-112, 283, 325, 342, 344, 369 Walker, Earl 0.-112, 259 , Wa leer, Jewel Roger-112 Walker, Nina Lou-133, 309 Walker, Stephen Woodrow--94, 350 Wall, John Oliver-112 Wall, Virginia Lee-133 Wallace, Neil Warren-133. Wallace, Suzette Jean-133, 275, 369 Walrath, Frances Lee--112. 275, 357 Walstrom, Shirley Lou-152, 286 Walters, Beverly Ann-152, 286 Wa ters, William Burnette, Jr.-255, 357 Ward, M. Dorcas-95, 285 Ward, Nancy J.--133, 289, 317, 370 Ward, Virginia Lee--112, 281, 312 Warner, Janice-95, 285, 307, 314, 318, 332, 338, 354, 361 Warner, Robert Hawthorne-95, 263, 321, 349, 357 Warren, Doiores-95, 276 Warwick, Betty Jean-152 Warwick, Jean-134, 351 Warwick, Robert E.-152 Wata, Paul Joseph-95, 253 Watkins, Carol Kern-95, 351 Watkins, Lowell Arnold-155 Watrous, Beverly Ann--112, 289, 317 Watson, Margaret Elizabeth-134, 289, 321 Watts, Dorothy May-134, 291, 345 Watts, Harry Edmond-134, 261, 321 Way, David L.-112, 323, 328 Weathers. Geraldine--152, 287, 325, 340 Weaver, Joyce Allene-152 Weber, James Joseph-134, 349 Weimer, Heinz Albert-112, 261 Weimar, William A.-112, 261, 323, 355 Weinel, Harold Fredrick-95 Weisgerber, Sherman Nash, Jr.-152 Weiss, Pattie Lee-134, 338, 357 ' Weissenberger, 'Lawrence J.-134 Welch, John Carroll-134 Wellman, George Andrew-152 Welman, Valentine S.--152 Welsch, Raymond J.-152 Wendlandt, James R.-152, 357 Wenrich, Dorothea Lorine-95 Wessel, D, Joleen-95, 300, 317, 326, 327, 331, 344 West, Bobby-152 Westland, Erma Elizabeth-95, 281 Weyl, Gwendolyn Marie-134, 271, Whalen, Norman Dale-95, 253 Whearty, Raymond Francis-95 Wherry, Walter-153 Whll'fY, Walter Earl-153 Whitaker, H. Baird, Jr.-96, 261, 321 Whitaker, Les A.-153. 255 White, Billy Stanley--153, 255 White, Donald Richard-153, 269 White, Gordon Douq'as-349, 361 White, Jane Ward-112, 277, 373 , 269 277, 331, 347, 362 White, Marceline-134 Willie. Peqqy Jane-96, 285, 344, 357, 369 White, Scott-112, 261. 361 White, Theodore E.-153, 267 White, Thomas Beecher-134, 271 White otton Roy Eugene 134 c , - Whiteley, Kirk Wade-153. 255, 357 Whitlow, Duane LeRoy-113, 349, 354 Whitlow, Marine-134, 332 Whitmore, Walter E.-113 Whittington, Anne-134, 289, 361, Wicker, LaVerne-153, 369 369 9, 344, 341 399 Who's Who-201 Wiederecht, John Samuel--96, 255, 357, 361 Wilbur, William Farrington-113 Bob Dean-134, 341, 349, 370 Clarence Grant-96, 255, 349, 357, 361 Wilder, Wilkie, Leonard Eugene-113, 253 Wilkins, Wilkins, Diane-134, 285, 339, 361 Wilkins, Fred-134, 349 Wilkins, James-153, 271 Wilkins, Wayne B. Willars, Ric rd Ceci -271 h I Willey, CarolaRadford-113, 289, 317, 344, 361 Williams, Clayton S.-153 William, Donald Mace-153 Williams, Ellihord Rose--153, 309, 312 Williams, George E.--96, 325, 349 Williams, Nancy Lou--113, 289 Williams, Naomi Jean-153 Williams, Paul Edqar--153 Williamson, Caroline--134, 289, 370 Williamson, Donald Eugene-113 Williamson, Luanne-153, 289 Williss, Willson Willson Wilson, Wilson, Wilson, Wilson, Wilson, Wilson, Wilson, 1 1 Betty Louise-134, 309, 331 Isaac Saxton-134 Neal-134 Edla Josephine-153, 295, 361, 335 Frances Marian-153, 277, 331 Henry Allan--113, 253 Milford Thomas-153 Robert Arthur-134 Shirley Ellen-113, 319, 325, 347 William A.-153, 267 Wimberly, Vee--96, 285 Winslow, Eunice Ellen--134 Winslow, Rainstord James-96, 251, 257, 349 Winters, Charles Allan-153 Wirth, Edward Alexander-153, 361 Wise, Joseph Harrison-134, 259 Wise, Virginia Ann-134, 287 1 Q,,fv'ff'f T 9 124, 28536 ji! INDEX--Continued Witherspoon, Mariorie L.-96, 295, 321, 325, 340 Witherspoon, Patricia-96, 277 Wogrin, Robert Louis-134, 261 Wolfe, Shirley Ann-96, 309, 325, 329, 344, 361, 363, Wood, Barbara Louise-113, 275, 361 Wood, Betty Jane-134, 283 Wood, Delbert R.-113. 261 Woodsome, Robert Arthur-153 Woolsey, Bobbie Marie-153, 309 Wordern, Marvin S.-113 Worth, Joan Joy-134 Wright, Delbert-134, 269 Wright, Patricia Jean-153 Wurtlebach, June Enid-96, 339, 342 Wyfgle, Leonard L.-113 Wy ert, Dixie Roberta-135 Wykert, Lane L.-113, 331 Yarneil, Katherine-96, 275, 344 Yates, Richard Allen-153, 261, 323 Yelenick, John Andrew-153 Yonge, Elizabeth M.-135, 277, 321, 331, 362 Younce, J. 0.-253 Young, ,Jack l-l.-113, 259, 350, 361 Young, Lorna Mae-135, 309 Young, Marcile Elizabeth-135, 309, 357, 369 Young, Ted Alfred-153 Youtsey, Karl Everett-135, 354 Zanon, Lee-97 Zeiler, Mariorie June-97, 281 Zekman, Marscha--153, 273, 299, 333, 369 Zerr, Emmett George, Jr.-135, 261, 357 Zeta Phi Eta-300 Zigler, Martha .lane-205, 113, 275, 321, 331 Zimmerman, Jane Ann-135, 279, 345 Zumwinkel, Betty C.-113, 281 Zundell, Harold Gibbs--113, 253 I 5' if ' o 369 -: - --IB,W Ti. .Y : . - M 5- - .1 , f- - - -- - rk- 1- ' . 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