University of Idaho - Gem of the Mountains Yearbook (Moscow, ID)

 - Class of 1948

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q .. u, - . Vain: , U15 studmts of tile ll. of Z Earl Hayes Iclaho Manager: Moscow, 1ty InSOIl 0 the Univers izalueth R013 E1 S LL n e 10 u LL 8 1a e t a .1 C O S Am; 0 1h ea 1mm rvmfm n O .h a C 1H" 1b u P 1 a u n n A Editor: 129 gm mtg ill i d m W RNN L $ Jay Glover Eldriclge Past Dean 01:- Faculty Campus as seen fmm ' Ad" Bmlqu Tuwer - to y. Qi Eldridgg Haw m fr M m psyw M m Administration Building 1w 1m flint o J TABLE OF CONTENTS B0012 the First Tractitions and Campus Beauties B0012 the Second Aclministration, Schools, amt Classes B0012 the Thirtl Activities and Organizations Boole the Fourth Sports B0012 the Fitth Living Groups Indexes Actvertising Air view of campus and surrounding area four 5km years. t ; May Fete, Mother's Day Week-end lgwk tile 97m - traditions Editor: Isobelle Phelan Assistant: Io Garner 1, 7km arc flig WW5 Mat W6 m M. m, . m . .. a .7 k Pm-Passer's Punishment CW ckgrislz mm ; i . . , w,sz;er; ' 7 ,, mmmmm x. , k.........;....-. .mm... . Kuslt am! Kcyistmtim Rushees hurried through the Panhellenic tea and subsequent rush week activities to pledge 141 strong to eight national sororities before registration began. A new number system and music provided by KUOI made registration lines shorter and less unpleasant, but many students found themselves at the end of the line short of breath and cash and long on eight o'clocks. 1. The ulull before the storm" at registration . . . 2. Alpha Phis entertain rushees . . . 3. This time the Alpha Chis make with chit-chat . . . 4. DG'S nrush" to embrace their new pledges . . . 5. "I love you truly, KKG" . . . 6. The "ever-green" rushees . . . 7. uClub DG" . . . 8. Dean Carter gives a few tips to the rushees before the Panhellenic tea . . . 9. And here we have Idaho-registration . . . 10. The "cres- cent moon of Gamma Phi" gives forth with candlelight . . . 11. Registration for men's rushing begins . . . 12. Another skt-sweater rush party-this time at the Pi Phi house. m swaxwamxxxNx. . , . ,4 w. ,X .' mw 2X41; Ran . r . omewminy One of the biggest events of the year is HHomecoming," the welcoming back of the alumni to our carhpus. This year the big weekend was packed full of festivity with the pre- game rally, fireworks and pajama dance on Friday. Friday night, the alumni as usual organized private parties and talk of the good old days. 1. Coming home to these lovely queen candidates seems OK to us . . . 2. Queen Lois Winner . . . 3. Bert Sorenson, Homecoming chairman t . . 4 The Delts set a record when they cut this one! . . . 5. Kappa happy hunting is right-elead us to the place! x g t Z, g? tman and Moscow as Gate Mix had sold here between Pul and the festivities came to a close 7 No t'tireworks t3. t 4. The Delts triumph again Wlth their Vandal ship and jog" . . . s l1ke old tlmes 1 took the trophy for women's house decorations with these little stinkers. t'Seem . 2. her at the Frosh fireworks exhlbitlon . . 4 9 I 4, a 4b 0 11w 4L 0 V1 1Q a e r E a b 1O n a p U S n .w LI. 6 r O C e d e S U 0 h g .m H e g V1 1m a e g .m Z Z U 10 S a w S U 0.. m a C e h IT. 9 .m n r O m Y a. 1O r U LI. a S , Idaho came close to Winning, "winnert' smiles . t day dawned clear with the dance at the memorial gym. 1 L013 gives us another of her the editors and prexies get toqet tickets for seats in the grass below the scoreboard and was prepared to leave town it it rained. tor the parade. The highlight of the weekend was the big football gamee But the 54 Hays Ha 1. kw 4$xxx , , thatmi tkvaxxxxxxxxxxxxx x x $3 $x a1 , . ,. , , , V V , . L . , : x . Res$$xs J?,uypv $$$an :aikxkkSgas . WWW 0 MW Aroma! tilt: gloat at Jddlm From the time our Idaho student arises, just in time to miss two of her three morningiclasses, till the end of the night's entertainment on week endseit is a busy day! Having awakened late and resigned herself to two more grade cuts, our student stumbles to the Nest Where quarts of coffee, endless Cigarettes, and the hour from 11 to 12 are consumed- and the third class is missed. Returning home for lunch, our coed declares she ttcan't eat a thing," then pesters the poor hashers for "just a little more maca- roni and a few more cookies." After lunch, there is the invariable bridge ses- sion Which lasts until 1:55, just time to make it to that 2:00 o'clockgprobably a strenuous course in music apprecia- tion. From three to six is absorbed by a coke date and Bucket dancing and then dinner until seven. Trudging off to the libe our student manages to write three letters home and gaze deeply into the eyes of the current Hsteady." Home at 10:30, after more coffee, for a "bull ses- sion" or to knit a few more rows on those everlasting argyles! More bridge until 2:00 a.m. follows. Then the complaint, hand I was going to study tonight; oh, well, too late now+I'11 really hit 'em tomorrow!" Ha! ! I 1. The Gamma Phis and their eternal electric blankets tmake for sound sleepingi . . . 2. uAh, Figamel had such a please ant dream" . . . 3. Scrape, scrape, scrapee . . . 4. Ye godSebut it's still dark! Oh, my busted back! . . . 5. Well, for pity's sake! . . . 6. Mother, pin a rose on me; see what I have won this day . . . 7. Demudification trial in Moscow . . .8. What's going on in Ridenbaugh?. . . 9. One must eat to live, but don't strain your girdles! . . . 10. I'll bet she titrates a mean ppt . . . 11. The midnight electricity is burned while favorite lingerie does likewise on the radiator . . . 12. Nestward bound, discussing matters academic, etc. . . . 13. Are you there, Prunella? . . . 14. Just check them plaids and stripes! . . , 15. Bubbles, the Old Soak tDuz duz every- thingi . . . 16. HThat third hair from the left is too long, Janet" . . . 17. Just call me Volstead of the WCTU . . . 18. After the bawl was done, through, and finishedesurplus. 19 . , ,0 t ; 70W; 7 4WM W .. -le,d,,,-,,....... -.., . .n...... pyga- -,.. .anavr , u, :;,...,-- Dads t Day The expected fathers, beards and football game highlighted the Dads' Day weekend. The beards were scarcer and sparser this year because of Gem portrait deadlines; the football game was a muddy thriller because of a last second touchdown for Idaho; bachelors had to run faster in the Sadie Hawkins' day race because the girls seem to practice more every year; and the fathers enjoyed themselves thoroughly because of a Saturday night barn dance. 1. Idaho students are not Hbluebeards" at heartiit's just the traditional beard contest, with winners taking the Chesterfields . . . 2. "Dixie" Howell, new miracle-man ot Idaho's football power, is honored at halt-time by the Coeur d'Alene Athletic Round Table . . . 3. Here's the line upiready tor the race are Idaho's Sadie Hawkins contestants. At the far left is Billie Gooing, Forney's choice, who caught her man tirst t 4. Proud dads and mothers traveled tar and in numbers, and Dads' Day Chairman presents trophy cups to the winning houses for keepmg ahead of the rest of the campus in number and distance. Jv'ausc' Dames Dances and more dances on weekends made living through the classes each week possibly more endurable tand then again, possibly less sot. The usual pledge, class, and initiation dances were held during the year, as well as many house affairs such as the Hays Hall Diary Dance . . . the Sigma Chi Sweetheart Dance . . . the honorary-sponsored Military Ball . . . Attic Club Dance . . . Engineers' Ball . . . the Foresters' and the Ag students' annual "Brawls" . . . the tthard-work-but-it's-worth-it" Spinster Skip . . . and the Interfraternity Ball. Then to round out a fuller-than-usual year of social ttwhirling" were the strictly formal spring dinner dances. 1. Kappa Sigma pledge danceegenuine coke, Dean Carter! . . . 2. Interfraternity Ball in the Blue Bucket ballroom . . . 3. ATO Tin Can danceeBette West and Bill Last look happy . . . 4. Thetas go "Wild West" with the big 44's and them wild, wild women! . . . 5. Just call me autumneFall Malling Pine leaves, that iSet . . . 6. The Walakala-Kaloma-Kapoilani boys and their old Ken-Fiii home . . . 7. Shet the door, Clem; was you raised in the Sig Chi house? Spur-JK Baring Swinging leather rather than boxing skill was predominant at the Spur-IK boxing tournament held late in the fall. Teams, representing each women's living group, were made up of men who had never before fought in the squared circle. For a month preceding the fights, the pugi- lists trained under the guidance of Idaho's varsity boxers. Color was added to the contests by skits and cheers given by women backing their contestants and everyone had a tine timeEeven the boxers: they got to eat dinner With the sponsoring group. 1. That would have hurtif he had connected! . . . 2. HKeep your guard up" . . . 3. From the looks on those faces, this might be serious . . . 4. This little cheerleader led her Kappa fans on to win the Hcheering" prize . . . 5. Luckily, the block was effective . . . 6. Early in the tall Spurs and IK's, headed by Ian Garber, Spur president, and Mike Williamson, Varsity boxing manager, set the plans rolling for this new event . . . 7. Here are some of the boxerska cheerful looking mob-who were chosen by the women to detend-mostly themselves. ?wywwy . $ memuw mwxm x WNW x wwm jlfally Week With the usual expectations we looked forward to the usual Holly Week. But this year the sophomores outdid them- selves to organize and sponsor an outstanding week of activities. An hilarious assembly was presented using the theme, HLife in a Co-Ed Dorm." Sophomores also sere- naded all living groups, and topped off the proceedings with HMoonlight and Mistletoe," the traditional Holly Dance. The dance was held in the Memorial Gym-here- totore Himpossible" to decorate. But the sophomores did it in an unsurpassed manner. 1. 'Twas the week before Christmas and the sophomore serenaders . . . 2. "Dance her under the mistletoe, Joe" . . . 3. The sophomores who started Holly Week wheels roll- ing . . . 4l Gladyne Taufen leads the way to be crowned Queen of Holly Week . . . 5. "Down by the oeo-o-ld mill stre-e-eeem" and the sophomore assembly. ,1 2222,2212 wquxw2 2 W 2222;;22QMXEW X 1 424 722m , , V 2 I ,r 222 2 x V 222222 x $222 222W 2 22222 ,, 22'" :2? 1.9. v-rmww-u w, .-. ' WW' 3,, Winter at lem Idaho students, proud of their campus, which is beautiful in any season of the year, will remember With especial pride its appearance in the crispness of win- ter's grasp. This year Jack Frost forgot to look at the calendar, and When, in April, he was at work again, students wondered if winter wasn't in its second childhood. But altogether, winter at Idaho is brisk, snappy, and good as a waker-upper for those 8:00 oiclocks. 1. The Memorial steps, as beautiful as ever . . . 2. "Fight 'em fair, fight'em square-wbut fight'em to the end" . . . 3. Ski dance hilarity . . . 4. Frigid midget . . . 5. No matter how many times this place is surveyed, without re-surveying you could never draw an accurate topographical map with cor- rect grade lines . . . 6. Jack Frost has been at his work again . . . '7. "A thing of beauty"ethat's Idaho to us . . . 8. Ssh! Listen to the footprints. ?milm am! Prefab . . . Comprising an integral part of university life these days are the veterans' Villages Which have made an appearance all over the country. At Idaho, participation in both Independent and Greek politics, organizing groups for flood and fire prevention, membership in almost every university activity and organization, scholarly and cooperative attitudes-all these have Char- acterized the orientation of the veterans. 1. It isnlt a big thing, but it's growing . . . 2. Looks like Monday in the same place . . . 3. HParadise Creek" draws attention . . . 4-. A little miss of the "Village." 7mg M8 .. .. . kxxx wmwmxm and lift in flit Village . . . Trailer and pre-fab living is not all it might be, especially after the first surface of adventure has worn through and the substance of the difficulties to be put up with begins to show. But our veterans and their wives and Children have shown remarkably well their ability to over- come these difficulties and to take an active part in the extracurricular angle of an active campus. Hats off to our Hveteran Villages!" 1. Vet's Village has a main street, too . . . 2. Waiting for dinner? . . . 3. Wintertime . . . 4. Hm-melooks like a future Idaho football star. ?I r w. , g E g , mm Nwiz-AKQQxV wnmwm, WWW," h. , r Military Ball For the first time since before the war, ROTC students put on their dress uniforms and went to a military ball. Jointly sponsored by Scabbard and Blade and Pershing Rifles, the dance honored the pledges of those two groups. Mortars, stacked rifles, and crossed sabers gave the Bucket ball- room a military air. But in a year 0t peace, the uniforms were just good fun; a military ball was just another party. Spit and polish, brass, and formal gowns at military ball: 1. Mr. and Mrs. Hendrick 2. Calvin Long and Betty Pyles . , . 3. Conversation on the dance floorea 1a Iuve . . . militaire . . 4. Marvin Earl and Jean Kettenbach . . . 5. Jody Getty and more tall, dark 7. Colonel Hensley and handsome brass . . . 6. Vance Butler and Helmi Huhtala . . . beams, surrounded by officers and their ladies . . . 8. John Brough and Jane Coleman Cut a fancy step. Why- x- h..,.h..v4-.r -...w....-.-. .......- Qufmttw' .y-l - F-q 4W 2 g a WW MM x y WM Spimttr Skip "Tumabout is fair play"-so the saying goes. And so went the play on the day of the Spinster Skip. This tradition is sponsored annually by Mortar Board, senior women's honorary. This being Leap Year, the theme was HGrab a date; it's '48," and the occasion was even more hilarious than usual. Undated males knocked themselves out trying to keep the luckier men from being escorted by their dates to the afternoon tea dance. Of course, the women pocketed the checks that piled up as they took the men wherever they wished to go. This year a prize of hand-knit argyles was awarded the man wearing the most original handmade corsage pre- sented to him by his lady. 1. Dorothy Greaves smiles as though she won't have to fork over a Cent while Newt Cutler says smugly, wTaint fairt". . . 2. Spinster skippersi aha! , . . 3. Prison campeor, just waiting for someone? . . . 4. Jack Robinette's taken a fancy to those argyles his escort, Margaret Eke, won for him by making the most original corsage . i i 5 What's thisiwomen taking men into custody? . . . 6. ttPuleeze, 1edqe-elet me have my 01' man back!" . . . 7. What women don't go thru to get a man! But It's fun! xxxxxxmkk . , w ' .Qucms . . . am! 0145 Kim This year, as every year at Idaho, found the campus beauties Vieing for many titles and. crowns. Here are a few of the lovelies who have reigned as HQueen for a Day." Going from left to right are Lois Winner, Homecoming Queen, crowned at the Homecoming Dance; the "Spur ot the Moment," Jo Anne Elam, elected by the IKS, with Vaun Bolingbroke, Spurs' Choice for HKnight of the Night"; Patri- cia Nelson, Sweetheart of Sigma Chi, who received not only a trophy, but a HWhite Cross', as well; Gladyne Taufen, who ruled over the Sophomore Holly Dance; Beverly Gordon, ATO Esquire Girl of 1948; and Shirley Perrigo, who captured the SAE's newly traditional ttFrosh Queen" title. Gem press time came too early to include pictures of Blot's HIdaho Co-ed," Beverly Halliday; LDS Sweetheart, Daryt Cantield; HI" Club Queen 10 Ann Horton; and May Queen Donna Chapman, who reigned at the annual May Fete. xSQXxkaQ L giAIOrsz! 441 ,7 : e . r , - . 271mg outfor 51mg The initial flurry of starting to school set- tled down to a steady trot after several , weeks, and the students took time off t , L , 1 h ' 7 , ' v ' , - , from studies and activities to relax. New ' x ' ' ' t ' friendships sprang up and old acquain- tances were renewed in the campus coke spots, the living groups, and classrooms. Playing cards, dancing, movies and the inevitable gab sessions, not to mention the multitude of get-acquainted func- tions, topped the list as favorite forms of fun in mixed company or otherwise and demonstrated the traditionally friendly spirit of Idaho. ,. , 1. Work'Iiag ax; the new look . . . 2. Isn't love gogderfulal ' V t ,' W ,, . . . 3. e alakala-Kaloma-Kapoilani boys an t eir ol vaMgX, t V . t V ' M ' . Ken-Fiii home . . . 4. Hesuch stuff as dreams are made on. . ' wW ,7 t Oh! how that glitter taketh me!" . . . 5. Oh, for the toil of a life un-guard! . t . 6. Oh, what manner of men are these who take a Greek brunette and a Speed Graphic to the Panhellenic Crystal Ballroom blow in Boise. Oh, well . . . 7. Decoration Day, first anniversary. R.I.P., dear old home. t ?gmninsriasbmym- emu wtxmxhr: t . mxx N 60mm 5am These artists made up this year's Moscow-Pullman Com- munity Concert series: 1. One of the members of the Don Cossack Chorus . . . 2. The De Paar Infantry Chorus of Negro veterans . . . 3. Carroll Glenn, called by critics the outstanding woman violinist of her time. In her climb to success, she has won all four of the major music awards of this country . . . 4. Maryla Jonas, Polish pianist. After escap- ing the Nazi invasion, Miss Jonas began tours of South America, Mexico, and the United States . . . 5. Jussi Bjoer- ling, the young Swedish tenor, singing one of the arias that made him famous as a Metropolitan Opera star . . . 6. The General Platoff Don Cossack Chorus presented a group of their native songs and dances. Q , $3M 6? $2 49y i 9 '0 6 9 flows Dams Each year the talent, originality, and ingenuity of living group members is displayed by the novel dances they present. Trying to outdo others this year, they dreamed up such themes as the Beta HChristmas in Indian Dip" . . . TKE HApache Dance" . . . Forney Hall's NGarden of the Moon" . . . and Willis Sweet's HCabaret." The Thetas had their "Go West, Young Man" . . . ATO'S collected cans for months for their "Tin Can tanything goest" affair . . . The Bowery, transplanted to the SAE house, is always gay . . . Delts go truly HMOSCOWH With the HRussian Ball" . . . the Kappa Sigs turned their White-pillared house into a ski lodge for an all-day House Party, and the Fijis revived an old custom and presented an appropriate "Grass Skirt Party." 1. Phi Delts and their dates lend us a smile at the Phi Delt semi-formal . . . 2. HShe's the sweetheart of Sigma Chi" . . . 3. Looks like the four best dressed at the SAE Bowery dance . . . 4. Exchange night has rolled around again . . . 5. nShall we dance?" . . . 6. "Dear Diary: 11m asking Joe to our Hays Hall dance, because with him I know I stand a chance" . . , 7. Mucker's Ballit'Has anyone seen Diamond Jim?" ngxxwt Spring rains stopped long enough for the annual May F ete to present its share of beauty and brains on May 1, 1947, before Visiting mothers. The University Concert Band, Spurs, University Singers and the PE department displayed expert skills; Spurs, Mortar Board and Silver x e " , e e Lance tapped; the court of honor just sat . V , ; ' , t i' , t . , , e V 't t y and looked beautiful. 1, Mortar Board presents its neophytes with roses and robes . . . 2. Five outstanding junior men receive the ribbons of Silver Lance . . . 3. The honoraries lead the processional . . 4. Queen Ann Price smiles royally between Maideof- Honor Margaret Arnold and Page Myrna Ritchey . . . 5. This is the sort of thing they learn in modern dance . . 6. The Spurs perform, out of uniform for a change . . . '7. Spur pledges line up for their ribbons. . ,WM Kamrmmmmt The largest graduating class in five years donned mortar boards on June 2, 1947, to receive diplomas from President Jesse E. Buchanan. They were addressed by Undersecre- tary of War Kenneth C. Royall, in the presence of Governor C. A. Robins, John D. Remsberg, In, member of the state board of regents and 3,500 admiring parents and friends. Probably proudest of all were the wives and children of the balding veteran graduates. Graduates: 1. file past the north entrance of the Administration Building . . . 2. tthave had it" . t . 3. are addressed by Kenneth Royall . . . 4. in the Memorial Gymnasium rise to greater heights . . . 5. are honored by the presence of Governor Robins. Summer Sakai! The eager beavers who go to school all year around moved into two halls and Twelve houses to work for additional credits in summer school. Warm days and later permissions proved as distracting as the ASUI play, the high school concert and The faculty-student barn dance. Probably most distracting were the music camp students down the hall who insisted on playing trombone scales at 6:00 a.m. 1. Moscow can be beautiful . . . 2. Smile at the birdie . . . 3. There isn't any ice on the roads in summer . . . 4. Watch your follow-through there, gal. urn. -w MW...-- w-r'.M .9 - - - K .-A. ,, January 13, 1948 Miss Elizabeth Robinson Editor, "Gem of the Mountains" University of Idaho Moscow, Idaho Dear Miss Robinson: Will be happy to select the beauty queen for your yearbook, "Gem of the Mountains". Please send the photos to me - by regular mail - at 9028 Sunset Boulevard, Hollywood 46. Since eigy, Above is the 1 ' etter 1n Wh. ' 10h Bmg Crosby agreed to judge pictures f Id h o a o campus beauties Th - e twenty-five coed ' Several members of the Gem stasff Whose plctures were submitted were h . C osen by At right is Bing Crosby, who selected the pic- tures of the coeds shown in this section. 167W growy Crosby stated in a final letter accompanying his choices that he was certainly glad to be permitted to Choose twelve girls in place of two or three from the photographs sent him. He stated also, HIt's difficult to judge by photos . . . Also we must Choose from our own standards at the picture studios . . . We have taken into consideration, also, the advice of Wally Westmore, Paramount make-up artist, in judging these pictures and making our selections." 43 Photograph by Hutchison LL r a u 8 LL S e .1 I Ma a LL .1 R n o S t r e b 0 R n o D Y b S h D. a T. g m o h P Photograph by Hutchison r 8 db .m I LL S e .m u 0 L y r Ma Photographs by Don Robertson W??? ,, n O m h m U H V1 b .h p a r g m 0 h P Photographs by Don Robertson , n Photograph by Hutchlson Barbara Ann Bexlwen Photograph by Hutchison te i M 1m LL 6 1b a Z .1 1 E LL 6 n a J 1. mm... w, W -W . XWX , xx xx r4 W w x L , ,5? Photog raph by H utchison n 6 fl u a T a ..Iu e n r O C e n V 1a .Ira G r 1I1 Hale 186 ice Tell A 7 Photographs by Don Robertson Betti Claire Lou Marg ret Gem 6 Cranston wzgx Mz V 6gfa$ ggaw ?ggg $?de Cllristy Anne Sargent Patricia Jean Barnes Rosemary Elizabeth An dries Photographs by Don Robertson Kirtley Engineering Laboratory 1m Illa SKCOIId - 5651mm Editor: Margaret Weitz Assistant: Sue Beardsley K 5114mm fix Mug woks, campusoloyy, Faculty Housing Proiect I mfgssors, friends. . . 5 m K Aw 5. w m m 4V m a d M u mm 8. f. President 7y x x, ??Ww gs?.BLArw: 'r um: xwmmw MW, ?melmwwew Emery C. Owen, vice-president; W. F. McNaughton; I. L. McCarthy, president; Alton B. Jones, state superintendent of public instruction; C. Houston, secretary: John D. Remsberg, Jr. Maude 13mm! of Kcymts F inal decisions concerning the University rest With the Board of Regents, the supreme governing body of Gem State education. At their quarterly meetings, this siX-member board passes upon the distribution of appropriations, and gives final approval on all decisions. They found them- selves especially busy this year approving appointments of the expanding and changing fa'culty. With an increase in edUcational problems of the state, the board of regents has been kept busy solving these problems. The results obtained are a good criterion of the board's efforts. The board's members are appointed by the governor from the state's interested residents Willing to devote many hours to the University. To this group are entrusted the duties of administering various independent departments of the University Which are a Vital part of the campus machinery. The staff is composed of personnel with long experience in their jobs Who do most of their work nbehind the scenes." To these administrators falls the task of keeping the University operating efficiently, from scheduling Classes to selling basketball tickets. Idaho's administrators are able and enthusiastic. By coordinating and putting into practice the policies of the University, they play a major part in making Idaho among the finest of institutions. The Hhats off" department gives a vote of thanks to them for their untiring efforts to keep giving students the things so often taken for granted. Not pictured here are Robert F. Greene, director of dormitories; L. C. Warner, purchasing agent; and George Gagon, University engineer. Administratiw Officials Harold D. Cramer, M.D. Kenneth A. Dick D. D DuSault University Physician Bursar Registrar 0. A. Fitzgerald James M. Lyle M. Belle Sweet C. A. Truitt Director of Publications Alumni Secretary University Librarian Buildings and Grounds Dean Louise S. Carter Dam 0f Mm H. E. Lattig, Dean of Men, is concerned with the myriad problems that confront the university man. A graduate of Idaho, Dean Lattig was head of the Department of Agri- cultural Education before assuming the duties of the office which he holds today. In addition to his task as counselor to men, his work includes supervision of men's dormitories and service on several committees as an administrative advisor. Though ever eager to assist with praise or with constructive criticism, Dean Lattig be- lieves that students should have much free- dom in the conduct of their activities. His devotion to his task, his wisdom, and his determination in dealing with student prob- lems have earned him the trust and respect of a11 Who have worked With him. Dam of Women With tireless devotion, Dean Louise Carter has served Idaho for several years. Her understanding and serenity have made her the confidante, friend, and advisor of Idaho women. Ever aware of the part women play in university life, her guidance and her guardianship of the spirit and ideals of Idaho have made her loved and esteemed. Dean Carter once again displayed her liberal feelings when she allowed women the long-awaited one o'clock permissions. She served as assistant dean of women from 1923 to 1928. As assistant dean she was responsible for the first Mortar Board Spinster Skip. She served as Dean of Women at Whitman from 1928 to 1931 and was appointed to her present position in 1944. Dean H. E. Lattig graduate Manager Always ready With a big grin and a help- ing hand is graduate manager Gale Mix, the man Who holds the ASUI purse strings. Upon his shoulders tall the com- plaints and problems of executive board, rally committees and student body rep- resentatives. An Idaho graduate in the College of Law, Mix assumed the duties of his pres- ent position in 1939. One of his major projects this year was plans for remodel- ing and enlarging the Student Union Building. A good listener and a dependable ad- visor, Gale Mix has proved to be a fire- ball sports promoter, a super salesman, and a tireless worker. Gale L. Mix Graduate Manager As ASUI News Director, Ken Hunter keeps the press informed on ASUI doings. These responsibilities keep him busily engaged for long hours each day twith time out for his noted friendly chatsi. Also included in his duties is the advisorship of university publications. "Ken" Hunter, Athletic News Director, grins at one of his own subtle jokes 4 .WAN Marilyn Gorshe, secretary and cashier, handles the accounts of ASUI organizations and activities, and manages efficiently the numerous details of the office. Two part-time staff members are Margaret Arnold, assistant secretary, and Jane Evans, in charge of advertising accounts. Marilyn Gorshe, Gale's secretary indispensable, and Margaret Arnold and Jane Thompson Evans, assistants, rest between rounds of selling basketball tickets 4 247326 m7 0 XXX? 0 $ A is 3 ; i xxxxxxxxigx $xxXsz 'mmnwrw'I-mrsnt In Mwmnrml Gymnasium 5mm of 115 w 1'6 Swim i , , V , gigggsg tttw ryx ittitti! ititfitt ktttttti ittifiti . , , ,3 ,2, A Egg X; ,9 ix? . , , a a k3$4evgixg$iprix . L ,2 WWW waw , szlwi'm x $$$$ng $2?7??$; L ???:???gxgH ???$gxxxg , SE???Z1rxizgxxxz 9 , xx, ; W vwz z ,, a. 5 Faculty members in one of those indescribable gatherings university ?aculty Great responsibilities fall to the professors in any uni- versity. It is they Who direct the future world citizens toward some understanding of themselves, the world, and others, and help them prepare to meet and face responsibilities and professional positions. But all work and no play would make even a pro- fessor dull. Therefore, these men and women balance their academic pursuits and directions with social get- togethers and relaxation. Faculty members find little time for relaxation dur- ing the day, but once in a while you can find some of them having coffee in the Nest, smoking a short ciga- rette outside the "Ad" building, or cutting a usquare dance" rug in one of the regular sessions each month. The housing shortage this year as in the past was not only a problem relegated to the cubby-hole on Hstudent problems." Finally, the green-and-red-rooted housing project behind Forney and Hays halls was finished, early in the fall, to help relieve faculty members worries about "bed and board." This proves that faculty members are human, tOOethey get as hungry as the students llButch" Boyer and "Chet" Kerrhwas it funny? It was! Aside from helping at the beginning 01 each new semester at Idaho to make reg- istration speedy and efficient, faculty members are kept busy listening to the trials and tribulations of students, dis- cussing campus affairs with them in off moments, and sharing the bright spots as well. Of course, they must always take time to make out and mark those inevit- able quizzes and assignments. Dr. Martin gets a good close-up of corsages at the Spinster Skip Some students think of faculty members as too many people who give out too many assignments that take too much time and effort. Most of us, however, realize they are those gracious indi- viduals who give their time and effort to advising clubs and honoraries, to judging contests, to counseling and helping in Classrooms, and to friendly conversational moments. This is what is known as a "Faculty mixture" . . . uDitto" Established in 1900, the College of Letters and Science is the oldest division of the University of Idaho. Its aim is to provide opportunities for a liberal education, as well as for specialization in the fields of language, literature, social studies, natural sciences, and fine arts. The primary goal of this college is to graduate cultured men and women who will be creditable members of society, regardless of their particular occupation. Since his arrival as a university faculty member in 1924, T. S. Kerr, Dean of the College of Letters and Science, has been one of the best known of Idaho deans. He received degrees at Indiana University and the University of Michi- gan; serves as a member of Idaho's athletic faculty board, and also has found time to write several books on law. Dean T. S. Kerr Eollcyc 0f $tttcr5 am! SKIKIIKE W. H. Cone Edwin Dummer Kenneth Hoag Physical Science Languages English and Allied Subjects Hall M. Macklin Boyd A. Martin Margaret Ritchie H. W. Steffens Music Social Science Home Economics Biological Science If you're wondering where these pretty seam- stresses hide out, take a look in the northwest wing of the Ad Building up on third floor. Future architects learn fundamentals of perspec- tive drawing and shades and shadows. If the old adage, 'tthe way to a man's heart is through his stomach," is true, these girls should be on the right track. Bob Irving and Bill Linehan concentrate in anat- omy labewith that in our hands we'd concentrate, too. Baby dinosaur? '73 Anderson, L. Anderson, M. Beal Bedwell Anderson, LeRoy D. B.A.; Spokane, Wash; Sigma Chi. Ander- son. Margaret Marie B.S.G-IECJ; Alpha Chi Omega, Pres. 4; Home EC Club 2-4, Sec. 3, Pres. 4; Phi Upsilon Omicron 3-4; Pan- hellenic Council 4; Delta Mu 2-4, Treas. 3, V.-Pres. 4; Westminster Guild 2-4; Gem 2. Arnold, Margaret Marie B.A.1Eng1ish1; Kim- berly; Forney Hall, Pres. 4; ASUI Exec. Board, Sec. 4; Mortar Board 4; Curtain Club 2-4, Trees. 4; Class Sec. 3; Kappa Phi 1-3; Spurs 2, Jr. Advisor 3; May Fete Maid of Honor 3; Sophomore Holly Queen; Intramural debate winner 1; ASUI Plays 2. Barfty, Maxine B. B.SXHECJ; Lewiston. Barnett, Melba Rae B.A.Uourna1ism1; Poca- tello; U. of1., So. Br. 1-2; Hays Hall; Argonaut 4; Blot 4; Ski Club 3-4; Theta Sigma 4. Real, Ethel E. Turnley 13.18.6001; Spokane, Wash; Intercollegiate Debate 3-4; Alpha Lambda Delta 1-2; AWS Council 2; Election Board 2; Election Committee 3. Bedwell, Bar- bara Ann B.A.1Art1; Los Angeles, Calif.; Kappa Alpha Theta; Home- coming Committee 4; Ir. Week Committee 3; Attic Club 1-4; Blot 4; Gem 3-4; Argonaut 1-2; WAA 1-2; Westminster Guild 1; Stage Crews 1-2, 4; Summer School play 3. Billmeyer, Janet Louise B.A.Uournalism1; Pocatello; U. of I, So. Br. 1-2; Delta Gamma; Alumni Bulletin Co-editor 4; Theta Sigma 4; Delta Mu 3; West- minster Guild 3. Bottum. Elizabeth Lorraine B.A.1Soc.1; River- Arnold Billmeyer Barfty Barnett Bottum Bretz side, Calif.; Gamma Phi Beta; Gem 2-3; ASUI Plays 2; Argonaut 1; Canterbury Club 1; WAA 1. Bretz, Barbara Elinor Rhodes B.S. 0301.501; Pocatello; U. of 1., So. Br.; Texas State College for Women; Ridenbaugh Hall; International Relations Club 1, 3-4; Pacific North- west College Congress 4; Blot 4; Argonaut 3-4; Canterbury Club 2, 4; Sigma Alpha Iota 2; Student World Federalists 4; Institute of Politi- cal Relations 4. Brewster, Eileen M. B.A.; Boise; Boise Jr. College 1-2; Alpha Chi Omega; Wesley Foundation 3-4; Brodkord, Hazel M. B.S.; Sagle; Ridenbaugh Hall. Brookbush, Betty Jean B.S. Sterling; Forney Hall; Alpha Epsilon Delta 3-4, Treas. 4; Lambda Delta Sigma 1-4; Concert Band 1-3, Sec. Buchanan, Sidney Ann B.A.; Nampa; Forney Hall; Sigma Alpha Iota 2-4; University Singers 1-4; Vandaleers 4; Music Scholarship 1. Burau, Edna Annalyle B.SAHECJ; Blanchard; Hays Hall; Home EC Club 1-4; 4-H Club 3-4; Westminster Guild 2-3. Burggraf, Mark Allen B.S.; Idaho Falls; Phi Gamma Delta; Alpha Epsilon Delta1-4. Call, Max B.S.; Moscow; Phi Delta Theta; NI" Club 2-4. Burnside, Bonnie Jean B.A.1Eng.1; Rupert; Alpha Phi; Spurs, Treas. 2; Class Sec. 2; Greek Caucus 3; AWS Orientation Chmn. 4; Student Activity Board 3; Class Week Comm. 1, 4; Gem 1-2, 4, Index Ed. 4; Canterbury Club 1-3; Inter- Church Council 2; WAA 1-2, Exec. Board 2. c6Are youasenior? . . .Geel,9 . . . Brodkord Burggraf Brewster Burau Brookbush Buchanan Burnside Call Cosho, J. Church Cosho, L. Claney, A. Fern B.SJHEcj; Caldwell; Hays Hall. Chapman, Donna Alta BAXPOLSCH; Orofino; Ridenbaugh Hall, Treas. 2, Sec. 3, Pres. 4; AWS Sec. 3, Pres. 4; Phi Beta Kappa 3-4; Mortar Board, V.-Pres. 4; Student Activity Board 3; ASUI Exec. Board 4; May Queen 4; Independent Caucus 2-4, Sec.-Treas. 3; Spurs 2; Class V.-Pres. 3; Alpha Lambda Delta, Treas. 2, Ir. Advisor 3: Gem 2-3; Kappa Phi 1-3, V.-Pres. 3; Interchurch Council 1-2, Historian 2; WAA 1-3; Argonaut 1; Intramural Debate 1; International Relations Club 4. Church, Thomas Holm B.S.; Burley; Basketball 1; Foot- ball 1; Bench and Bar 4. Coe, Marjorie Ann B.SXHECJ; Nampa; Hays Hall; Home EC Club 2-4. Coon, Phyllis Mae BAXEngJ; Lewiston; Hays Hall; International Relations Club 4; Gem 4. Cosho, John Largent B.S.; Boise, Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Chess Club 3-4, Pres. 4. Cosho. Louis Harrison B.A.4Law1; Boise; Kappa Sigma. Culbertson, Jack Lester B.A.; Seattle; Alpha Tau Omega, Pres. 3-4; Inter-Frat. Council 3-4; International Relations Club 3-4; Radio Club 3-4; Greek Caucus 3. Curtis, Henry Goodman B.A.; Boise; Beta Theta Pi; Debate Team 4; Helldivers 4; Ski Club 4. Davis, Eleanore Lynette BAXArU; The Dalles, Oregon; Kappa Alpha Theta; Attic Club 2-4, V.-Pres. 4; Canterbury Society 1, 3-4; Minute Maids 2; Home EC Club 1; WAA 1; Argonaut 1; Gem 3; Blot 4. Daubner, Patricia E. B.A.; Boise; Gamma Phi Beta. Davies, June B.SXHECJ; Boise; Alpha Chi Omega; Phi Upsilon Omicron 3-4; Home EC Club 2-4; International Relations Club 4. Denman, Culbertson Coon Curtis Daubner George Ernest Jr. B.A.Uour.1; Boise; Phi Gamma Delta, Editor Publication 3-4; Homecoming Committee 3; Arqonaut 2-4; Blot 3; Young Republican Club, V.-Pres. 4; KUOI 4; Sigma Delta 4; Con- cert Band 2. Domowitz, Julius Harry B.AJEcon.1; Brooklyn, New York; Vet's Village; Football 3. Douglass, Bobbie Jean B.AJPol. Scij; Twin Falls; U. of New Mexico; Kappa Kappa Gamma; Gem 1-3; Canterbury Club 1-3, Pres. 3;, WAA 1-3, Exec. Board 3; Attic Club 1; Election Board Chmn. 2-3; Ski Club 3; AWS Council 4; Pem Club. 2. Downing, Frieda Dorothy B.SIHECJ; Pocatello; Idaho State College 1-2; Alpha Chi Omega, Rec. Sec. 4; University Singers 3-4; Home 130 Club 3-4; Westminster Guild 3-4. Edwards. Mary Ellen B.A.4Eng.1; Marsing; Whitman College1-2; Forney Hall; WAA 3-4; Curtain Club 4; Ski Club 4; Women's Rifle Team 4. Eisen- hauer, Marion Long B.SJHECJ; Post Falls; Pi Beta Phi, Corr. Sec. 2, V.-Pres. 3, Pres. 4; Mortar Board, Pres. 4; Phi Upsilon Omi- cron 3-4, Treas. 3, Pres. 4; WAA 1-4, Treas. 4; Class V.-Pres. 3; Westminster Guild 1-4; College Club Dept. A.H.E.A., Pres. 4; Home EC Club 1-4; Hell Divers 2-3; Orchestra 1-3: President's Council 4; Panhellenic Council 4. Eke, Loretta Carolyn B.SXSOCJ; Moscow; Ridenbaugh Hall; Delta Tau Gamma 1-4, Pres. 4; International Rela- tions Club 4; WAA 4; Home EC Club 1; AWS Council 4. Evans, Jane Ruth Thompson B.AlSoc.1; Spokane, Wash; Kappa Kappa Gamma, Scholarship Chmn. 3; Westminster Guild 1-4, Pres. 4; AWS Council 3-4, V.-Pres. 4; WAA 1-3, Exec. Board 2; PEM Club 2; HI" Queen 3; Gem 1; Dramatics 1; AWS I-Carnival Co-Chmn. 3. that was a question 400-0dd frosh were asking . . . Davies Denman Edwards Eisenhauer Domowitz Douglass Eke Evans Ferguson. Geneva Re B.S,1C1len1.1; Grand Forks, North Dakota; Gamma P111 Beta, Pres. 4; Mnrtar Board, Sec. 4; Spurs 2; A1p1la Lambda D0116! 2; Argonaut 1-4, News: Editor 3-4; 1n1err:olleqmte De- lmte Team 14; Delta Slqmd Rho 3-4, Sen 4; Greek Caucus 2-4, Sec. 3; PonheHenm Counml 4; Gem 2-4; Dmmahcs 1-2; Inter-Church Counml 13, Sec. 2, Pres. 3; Roger W111mmsClub1-3,Sec.1.Foster. Gordon W. B.A.; Spokane; Kappa Slgma. Fry, Eleanora Arms 3A.; Hor5651xoe Bend; Alpha Lambda Delia 1; Spurs 2; Cardmal Key 3; Dames Club 4, Pres, 4; WAA1-2; Universnty Smgers l; Argo- naut 1-2; Gem 1. Glarborg,E1eanor S. B.A.; Ashton; Forney Hall, V Pres. 3; Kappa Phi 1-4. Goenne. Elizabeth Arline B.A.1SOC.1, Davenport, Iowa; Hays H611. Greenwell, Lois BA; Ogden, Utah; Gamma P111 Beta; Umversdy Singers 2; Weshnmster Guild 2; Gem 2; WAA 2. Grey, Alan E. 13.3.; Moscow: Phi Gamma Delta; Grimm, Edwin Alvin B.SlChenU; Lewiston; Helldivers 3; Idaho Chemlcal SOCle1Y 4; Vandal Skl Club 3. Grimmett, John Orson B.S.1Psych.1; Paris; LDS Institute, Pres. 4, Soc. Chmn. 3; Pep Band 24; Independenl Council 3; Umversny Orches1ra 1-4; Menta'. Hy- qxene Associahon 3-4; Lambda Delta Sigma 1-4; Phi Mu Alpha 3-4. Gustafson, Shirley Ann B.A.; Anaconda, Montana; Alpha C111 Omega, Treas. 3; Athc Club, Sec. 3; Westminster Guxld 1; Univer- sHy Singers 1' Gem 2, Hale, Claire Louise BS; Moscow; Kappa Kappa Gamma; Alpha Epsdon Delia 3-4; Panhellenic Council 3-4; Vandal Ski Club 3; Home EC Club 2; Argonaut 3: B10! 3. Hans, John L. B.A.1M11$1C1; Granqeville; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Phi Mu Alpha 4, V.-Pres. 4; Vandaleers 1-4, Pres. 4, SeC.-Treas. 3; University quers 12' Concert Band 1-2. Hanson. Verona Joyce 3A.; Mos- cow; Theta Sigma 3-4, Pres. 4; Delta Tau Gamma 1-4, Pres. 3; Spurs 2; Independent Caucus 4; Argonaut 4. Harris, Polly Blanche P.A.; Pocatello; P1 Beta Phi; Dramahcs 1-3; Curtam Club 3-4; Pan- hellenic Councxl 3-4, Pres. 4 Sec. 3; Gem 3; B101 3; Westminster Gu11d 2; International Relations Club 2-4; French Club 3-4; Wor1d Student Service 4; Independent Caucus 2-3; KUOI 2-4. Hartman, Wilma Joyce 138.113.1301; Parma; Hays Hall; Home EC Club 14; 4-H Club 2-4, Treas. 2-4; WAA 14; Westminster Guild 1-4. Hepp- ner. Leo Darrold Dewain B.S.1Phys.1; Genesee; W111iS Sweet; Alpha Phi Omega 2-4; Shutter and Lens 4; University Smgers 1-2; Vandaleers 3; Associated Engineers 1. Horton, Jo Ann BA.; Nampa; DeHa Gamma; Vandal Skl Club 4; Canterbury Club 2-3; Orchesis 4; Univers11y Singers 2. Humphreys, Alta Clair BS. 11-11301; St. Anthony; Pi Befa Phi; Home EC Club 1-4; Lambda Delta Sigma 1-3; Argonau1 3-4; Gem 2. Hunter, June Carnie BS; Coeur d'Alene; Kappa Phi 1-4, Pres. 4; Alpha Epsilon Delta 3-4, Sec. 4; Alpha Lambda Delta 2; Inter-Church Council 2-3, Sec.- Treas.3;E1eC1ion Board 1; WAA 1; University Singers 3. Ingraham, Betty Jean B.S.1Zool.1;Calgary, A1berta,Canada;Gamma Phi Beta; International RelahonsClub 2-4,Pres.4;A1pha Epsilon Delta 2-4, V.- Pres. 3; Student Activity Board 4, Sec. 4; Rally Committee 4, Sec. 4; Skl Club 3, Treas, 3; KUOI 2; AWS Counci13-4; Westminster Guxld 2-3; Arqonaut 2; Gem 2; Rifle Club 3; Mental Hygiene C1ub 3; Young Republican Club 4; P.N.C.C. Delegate 3; Progresswe Party, Sec, 3. Jacobs. Gloria B.S.1H.Ec.1; Sugar City; Forney Hall; Lamb- da Delta Sigma 2-4, Treas. 4; Home EC Club 24; University quers 2. Today, with the equipoise gained from four busy Ferguson Foster Greenwell Grey Hale Hanson Horton Humphries Fry Glarborg Grimm Goenne Grimmett Heppner Jacobs Harris Hartman Ingraham Gustafson Jesness, Cynthia Ann B.A1; Mountain Home; Alpha Phi, Pres. 4; Panhellenic Council 4; WAA 1-3; Mental Hygiene 3; Argonaut 1. Jergensen, Claire B.SXHECJ; St. Anthony; Hays Hall Pres. 4; Phi Upsilon Omicron 4, Chaplain 4; Home EC Club 3-4; Lambda Delta Sigma 3-4, V.-Pres. 3. Johnson, Marjorie Luella B.S.1H.Ec.1; Pocatello; Kappa Alpha Theta; Phi Upsilon Omicron 4; Kappa Phi 3-4; Home EC Club 3-4; University Singers 3. Johnson, Maxine Elaine Bassett B.SXHECJ; Boise; Kappa Phi 2-3, Music Chmn. 3; Home EC Club 2. Jordan, Patricia Ann B.A.1Mus.1: Boise; Univer- sity of Oregon 1-2; Delta Delta Delta, Pres. 4; Panhellenic Council, V.-Pres. 4; Student Activity Board 4; Dramatics; Vandaleers 3-4; Curtain Club 4. Kelley, Verna B.E. 1Eng.1; Idaho Falls; Pi Beta Phi. Knox, F. Patricia B.A.1Eng.1; Emmett; Delta Delta Delta; Kuehl, Bonnie Jean B.S.1H.Ec.1; Genesee; Gamma Phi Beta; Vandal Ski Club 3-4, Sec 3; Home EC Club 1-4; Westminster Guild 1-3; WAA 1-2. Leeper, Don S. B.S.; Lewiston; Phi Gamma Delta. Lindemer, Jean B.A.; Twin Falls; Kappa Kappa Gamma; Canter- bury Club 3-4; Vandal Ski Club 3; Intramural Debate 3; Co-Chmn. Ir. Week Parade Committee 3. Lindstedt, Martha Astrid B.S. 4Botany1; Boise; Boise Jr. College; Ridenbaugh Hall; International Relations Club 4. Lowry, Robert R. B.A.; Craigmont. Luke, Charles W. B.S.; Moscow; Phi Gamma Delta. McBride, Thomas Andrew B.A.; Kellogg, Moscow; ORC 3-4; ROA 3-4. McCombs, Alan D. Gooding. Jesness Jergensen Johnson. M. Johnson, M.B. Jordan Kelley Knox Kuehl Leeper Lindemer Lowry Lindstedt Luke McBride McCombs years at Idaho, seniors are inclined to quip McDowell Mayo McLaughlin Miller McDowell, Shirley J. B.A.; Twin Falls; Alpha Chi. McLaughlin, Vivian Jean BAXPOLSCU; St. Maries; Delta Delta Delta; AWS Treas. 4, Council 3-4; Westminster Guild 1-3; Spurs 2; Election Board, V.-Chmn. 3; WAA. McWilliams, Lawrence Francis BA. GingJ; Elmhurst, Long Island, New York; St. John's University. N.Y.; Argonaut, Reporter 4; TMA 2. Maley, Barbara B.A.: Caldwell; Gamma Phi Beta. Mather, Frank Edward B.SlPre-Medj; Boise; Boise Junior College; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. Mayo, Nancy Claire BAXEngJ; Moscow; Yakima Valley Public Jr. College; University of Washington; Kappa Kappa Gamma; ASUI Plays 3; Orchesis Ac- companist 4; University Singers 3. Miller, Mary Ann B.A.1Eng.1; Lewiston; Lewiston Normal School; Hays Hall; ASUI Plays 2. Mor- rison, William B.SAPhysj; Murtaugh. Numbers, John R. B.S. 4Pre-Medj; McCall; Kappa Sigma, Master of Ceremonies; Vandal Ski Club 1-4, Pres. 3. O,Donnell, Sharon Patricia B.SlZoolJ; Millwood, Wash.; Delta Gamma, Sec. 3; Argonaut, Adv. Mgr. 3, Bus. Mgr. 4; Helldivers 2-4, Sec. 2; Spurs 2; Class Sec. 3; Kappa Phi 1-4; Greek Caucus 2; Attic Club 1-2; WAA 1-3, Swimming Mgr. 2. Oakley, Shirley May B.SXHECJ; Coeur d'Alene; Hays Hall, McWilliams Morrison Mather O,Donnell Numbers Trees. 4; Phi Upsilon Omicron, V.-Pres. 4, Hist. 3; Home Ec Club 14, V.-Pres. 4; All-Girl Singing Orchestra 2; Band 1-3, Sec. 4; Orchestra 1-4; CSMYF 3-4, V.-Pres. 4; Sentinel Club, Pres, 2; Delta Mu 2-4. Obendorf, Joseph Herman B.A.1Econ.1; Parma; Willis Sweet Hall. Owens, Vivian Athalie Tarbet B.SAHECJ; Lewiston; Lewiston State Normal; Eastern Washington College of Education; Phi Upsilon Omicron, Treas. 4; Home Ec Club 3-4. Paulsen, H. Maurice B.A.; Sioux Falls, South Dakota; Delta Tau Delta; Blot Editor 3-4; Argonaut 2-4; Dramatics 2-4; Curtain 3-4; Sigma Delta. Sec. 4; Eagle and Anchor, Sec. 4; Scabbard and Blade 4; Phi Eta Sigma, V.-Pres. 3; KUOI 2-4; Blue Key 4. Pearson, Jonne Louise BAASOCJ; Boise; Kappa Kappa Gamma; Newman Club 1-4; Argo- naut1-4, Society Editor 2; WAA 1; Rifle Club 3; Gem 2; Panhellenic Council 3; Junior Week Committee 3. Soule, Eloise Jane B.A. 031F191; Salmon; Alpha Phi; Gem 1-2; WAA 1-3; Kappa Phi 1-2; Mental Hygiene Association 3; University Singers 1; Dramatics 1. Stanley, Larry Barnett B.S.; Pocatello; Idaho State College; Co- lumbia; Intercollegiate Knights 2-4. Pflug, Margaret Deggen- Eijcfrfber B.SAChemJ; Kellogg; Argonaut 1-2; WAA 1-2; Newman u 1. , 360h-it ainat a big thing!,, 0 o o Oakley Pearson Obendorf Soule Paulsen Pflug Owens Stanley Renard Rhea Ritchey, E. Ritchey, O. Renard, Barbara Paula B.A,1Soc.1; Portland, Ore.; Oregon State College; Kappa Alpha Theta; Gem 3; Argonaut 3; Newman Club 2-4; International Relations Club 2; Stage Crew 3. Rhea, Frances Edith B.A.1Eng.1; Boise; Kappa Kappa Gamma, Pres. 3; Mortar Board, Pres. 4; Spurs 2; ASUI Exec. Board 3; Alpha Lambda Delta; Theta Sigma 3-4, V.-Pres. 4; Delta Sigma Rho 3-4; Panhellenic Coun- cil 3; Debate 1-4; Canterbury Club, Pres. 2; Argonaut 1-3; News Editor 3; Intramural Debate Mgr. 4. Riddle, Arthur Shaw B.A. Gourn.1; Boise; Phi Delta Theta; Argonaut 24, Editor 4; ASUI Hand- book, Editor 4; Holly Week Committee 2; Sigma Delta 3-4; Univer- sity Singers; AIEE 2; Blue Key 4. Rigby, Ray Wendell B.A.; Rex- burg; Lambda Delta Sigma 1-4; Intercollegiate Knights 1-2; Freshman Week Chairman 1; Bench and Bar 4; Dramatics 1-2; Pershing Rifles 1-2. Ring, Doris Elsie B.S. 1BactJ; Buhl; Gamma Phi Beta; Alpha Epsilon Delta 2-4; Alpha Lambda Delta 2; Argonaut 1-2; Westminster Guild 1; WAA 1. Ritchey, Edna Rayola B.A.; Idaho Falls; Idaho State College; Alpha Phi; Debate 3; AWS 1; Newman Club 3. Ritchey, Olivine Anna 13.8.; Arco; University of Virginia; Riden- baugh Hall; Phi Upsilon Omicron 3-4; Senior Class Treas.; Inter- Church Council 4; Independent Council 3; Roger Williams Club 4; International Relations Club 3-4; Home EC Club 2-4; Mental Hygiene Club 4; University Singers 2-3. Robinson, Elizabeth Ann B.A. 1EngJ; Lewiston; Forney Hall; Gem 1-4, Activities Editor 3, Editor 4; Robinson Riddle Rigby Ring Rosauer Siddoway Mortar Board 4; Spurs, Sec. 2; Alpha Lambda Delta, V.-Pres. 2; The Curtain 3-4; Theta Sigma 3-4, Treas 4; Blot; Co-editor 2-3; West- minster Guild 1-3; Publications Board 4; University Singers 1-2; Argonaut 1. Rosauer, Virginia Joyce BAXEngJ; POcatello; Idaho State College; Delta Gamma; Westminster Guild 2; Argonaut 2; Gem 2 Siddoway, Grant Bean 13.5.; Teton: University of Ne- braska; College of Idaho; Beta Theta Pi; Alpha Zeta, V.-Pres. 3; Alpha Epsilon Delta. Smith, Andra Elaine B.SXZOOH; Jerome; Alpha Chi Omega; Spurs 2; All-Girl Singing Orchestra 1-2; AWS 4; Westminster Guild 1-4; University Band 1-2; WAA 1-2; Gem 1. Smith, Everette Hilliard Philip B.A.; Boise; Gonzaga Univer- sity; Willis Sweet Hall; Pine Hall, Pres. 4; Independent Caucus 3. Smith, Nancy Jane B.A.1Eng.1; Boise; Marylhurst College; Kappa Kappa Gamma; ASUI Plays 3; Newman Club 3-4; Vandal Ski Club 3. Spaeth, Barbara Gene B.A.; Jerome; Kappa Kappa Gamma, Pres. 4; Alpha Lambda Delta 1; Spurs 2; Gem 1-4; Argonaut 1-2; Greek Caucus 2-4; Panhellenic Council 4; Class Treas. 3; May Queen Court, Page 2; Vandal Ski Club 3; WAA 1-3; Westminster Guild 1-4; Band 1-2. Stump, George Paul BAXArO; Moscow; Phoenix Junior College; Attic Club 3-4; Shutter and Lens 4. Truedell, Jeanette E. B.A.; Grangeville; Forney Hall. Weppler, William B. 13.5.; St. glaries. Williams, Richard C. B.A.; Sandpoint. Wren, John B.A.; 0159 They have scaled the I-tank, Smith, A. Truedell Smith, E. Weppler Smith, N. Williams Seven hundred and forty acres of deeded land and twelve permanent buildings are just a small part of the vast amount of equipment the College of Agriculture maintains for industrious agriculture students at Idaho. Research and extension services help place Idaho farms among the most modern and well-manage'd in the country. Well-educated county agents throughout the state can and have stimulated the growth of the agricultural industry in Idaho. Although he took over the duties of Dean of the College of Agriculture just two years ago, Dean D. R. Theophilus has been an Idaho faculty member since 1927. Dean Theo- philus did most of his studying at Iowa State College, receiving three degrees from that school. Always inter- ested in university activities, he cooperates fully with the students. Dean D. R. Theophilus gallcyc of Agriculture V A. Cherrington Paul A. Eke CVW. Hickman K. H. Klages Bacteriology Agricultural Economics Animal Husbandry Agronomy C. E. Lampman H. C. Manis I. W. Martin Leif Verner H. A. Winner Poultry Husbandry Entomology Agricultural Engineering Horticulture Agricultural Education Dairy Science majors inspect a new piece of equipment in the school's new creamery. An ttAg" student learns the technique of the hammer and anvil-under the instructor's watch- ful eye. Judging sheep at the Little International. Future agricultural leaders study the intricacies of a new tractor. Anderson, Marion L. B.SlAng; Idaho Falls; LDS. Beckman, Clarence Albert 4B.SlAng; Emmett; Chrisman Hall; Independent Student Council 1-4, V.-Pres. 4; Ag Club 2-4, V.-Pres. 3. Bostwick, Wallace M. Jr. B.SJAng; Boise; Willis Sweet Hall; Ag Club 3-4. Bretz, John Crawford B.SlAng; Yuma, Ariz.; Alpha Zeta 3-4; Ag Club 3-4; "1" Club 4; Dairy Products Judging Team 4; Tennis Team 3. Copenhaver, Howard Vernon B.SlAng; Emmett; Sigma Chi; Alpha Zeta 4; Ag Club 3. Cree, Robert Victor B.SlAng; Gooding; Alpha Zeta 4; Ag Club 3-4. Davis, Elmo Warren B.S. LAng; Sweetwater; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Alpha Zeta 3-4, Treas. 4; Ag Club 1-4. Erramouspe, Albert B.SlAng; Malad; Chrisman Hall. Eyestone, Robert Dale B.SJAng; Twin Falls; Tau Kappa Epsilon 1-4, Pres. 3; ASUI Exec. Board 4; Disciplinary Board 4; Blue Key 4; Dairy Judging Team 4; Ag Club 2-4, V.-Pres. 4; Interfrater- nity Council 3; "I" Club 2-3; Track 1-3. Fry, Martin Louis B.S. 4Ang; Horseshoe Bend; Rifle Team 1-3; Scabbard and Blade 3; Ag Club 1-4; Alpha Zeta 4; Little International 2-4. Gallup, Darrell L. B.SJAng; Rigby; Alpha Zeta 3-4. Harris, Dee Miekle B.SXAng; Moscow; Ag Club 24, Reporter 4; Little International 2-4; Alpha Zeta 4; Argonaut 3; ASUI Dramatic Production 4; Lambda Delta Sigma 1-4; Pacific International Dairy Products Team 3; Dairy Cattle Team 4; University Singers 4. Helen, Norman E. B.SiAng; Poplar, Montana; Chrisman Hall. Jacobs, Frank Harris B.SXAng; Sugar; Alpha Zeta 3-4, Scribe 4; Class Pres. 1; Livestock Judging Team 4; Ag Club 1-4; Lambda Delta Sigma 1-4. Johnson, Phillip Anderson Beckman Bostwick Bretz Copenhaver Cree Davis 3 Erramouspe Eyestone Fry Gallup Harris Holen Jacobs Johnson expended weary hours activities, W. B.Sq'Ang; Renville, Minnesota. Matthews, Ralph Emerson B.SlAng; Boise; Campus Club; Student Activities Board 3, Chmn. 3; Independent Council 2-3, Treas 2, Pres. 3; Ag Club 2-4; Exec. Board 3. Nelly, Vincent A. B.SlAng; Midvale; Pershing Rifles 1-2; Associated Miners 1-2; Ag Club 3-4. Neiwirth, Carl Ernest B.SlAng; Rexburg; LDS House; Alpha Zeta 3-4, Pres. 4, Editor 3: Blue Key 4; Dad's Day Chmn. 3; IK's 1-2; Livestock Judging Team 4; Independent Caucus 2-3; Independent Council 2; Ag Club 2-4; Swift Essay Winner 2; Homecoming Comm. Chmn. 3; Lambda Delta Sigma 1-4, Sec. 2, V.-Pres. 3; Ag Student-Faculty Comm. 4; Varsity Cross Country and Track 1. Nielsen, Andrew Glenn B.SlAng; Nampa; Delta Tau Delta. Owen, Edward W. B.SlAng; Lewiston. Ralstin, Keith Adrian B.SlAgrk Mohler; Alpha Zeta 3-4; Chron- icler 4; Ag Club 2-4, Asst. Mgr. 3; Independent Council 1; Concert Band 1; Associated Engineers 1. Senften. Eugene Robert B.S. 4Agr3; Castleford; Ag Club 2-4; Alpha Zeta 4; Lambda Chi Alpha 1-3. Sorenson, Hugh Charles B.SlAng; Rexburg; Alpha Zeta 4; Ag Club 1-4; Livestock Judging Team 4; Swift Essay Contest 3. Toevs, Gordon R. B.SJAgM; Aberdeen; Ag Club1-2. True, Rob- ert Terrell B.SJAng; Caldwell; Ag Club 1-2. Wald, George Joseph B.SlAng; Brooklyn, New York; Ag Club 2-4; Little Inter- national 2-4. Wetter, Paul B.SlAng; Plummer; Delta Chi; Intra- mural Sports 1-4; IK's 1-3; Ag Club 1-4, V.-Pres. 3, Pres. 4; Delta Chi 1-4, House Mgr. 4; Alpha Zeta 4; Blue Key 4; 4-H Club 1. Williams, Lynn Harley B.SlAng; Boise; Pine Hall. Wilson, Lowell Ogilvie B.SlAng; Dubois; Ag Club 3-4; Tau Mem Aleph 3. Matthews Nielsen Senften True Williams Nally Owen Sorenson Wald learned to exist with five hours sleep, Neiwirth Ralstin Toevs Wetter 1n the Co11ege of Engineering, Idaho's future engineers 1eam the scientific application of blueprints, slide rules, mathematics, and the test tube. Established in 1907, the College of Engineering trains students to meet the com- petition in the field and to control the 11torces and materials of nature for the benefit of the human race," Which is real proof of the value of the training they receive. Comparatively speaking, Dr. Allen S. Janssen is a new- comer to the ranks of Idaho deans, but not to the Univer- sity teaching staff. A graduate of Idaho, Dean Janssen received his Master's Degree here in 1931 and progressed upward in the college, first heading the Civil Engineering department, then being named Acting Dean of the College, and finally named Dean. He was recently appointed to the State Board of Engineering Examiners. Dean Allen S. Janssen 6011ch of Enyimm'w Who can foul up and repair a motor in the least time at the Engineering smoker? Hugo Johnson C. O. Reiser Electrical Engineering Chemical Engineering i Wxxxxwxx s x Nxvswkw This triad examines an airplane engine in the Kirtley Engineering Lab and takes notes for future reference. Here electrical engineers are testing battery re- sistance coils. This is an induction or constant-speed motoreeso they tell us. Tug-of-war between departments in engineering school at the engineering smoker. Lower picture shows presidents of the various engineering socie- ties engaging in a pie-eating contest, also at the smoker. s. wwwxwxxwxmm .me Burklund Budarf Greef Griffiths Barber, James Warren Jr. B.SXEEJ; Moscow; Kappa Sigma; Sigma Xi 4; AIEE 1-4, V.-Chmn. 4; Associated Engineers 2-4; Newman Club 1-2. Burklund, Vernon Douglas B.SXMEJ; Deary; Delta Chi; ASME, V.-Pres. and Pres; Ski Club; Ski Team. Budarf, Peter Paul B.SXEEJ; Elizabeth, NJ. Dickinson, William John B.SXMEJ; Avery; Drake University; Sigma Nu, Scholarship Chmn.; ASME; Associated Engineers; Track 2. Dunn, Thomas Monroe B.S.1C.E.1; Rigby; Idaho State College 1-2; Alpha Tau Omega 3-4; ASCE 4, Program Chmn. 3; Associated Engineers 3-4; Sigma Tau 3, Pres. 4. Garrard, LaMar Elwin B.S.1M.E.1; Burley; Pine Hall; Lambda Delta Sigma, Sec. 2; ASME 2-4; Associated Engineers 2; IK's 2. Gordon, Richard E. B.S.1M.E.1; Pocatello; U. of I., So. BL; ASME 34; Associated Engineers 1-4; Intramural Sports 1-3. Greef, Edward Ballou B.S.1M.EJ; Sandpoint; Lehigh University; Delta Chi, Sea, Pres; ASME; Idaho Engineer, Bus. Mgr. Griffiths, Rob- ert H. B.SXCEJ; Caldwell; Willis Sweet. Hansberry, John Hugh B.SXEEJ; Weiser; University of Iowa 2; Sigma Xi 4; Sigma Tau 3-4; AIEE 1-4; Associated Engineers 1-4; Idaho Engineer 1. Hansen, Donald Taylor B.SAEEJ; Shoshone; U. of1., So. Br.; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; AIEE; Associated Engineers; Radio Club; Canterbury Club. Dickinson Dunn Hansberry .WW Garrard Hansen Harness Harness, Alvin Lee B.SxC.EJ; Fairfield; Idaho State College; Lindley Hall; ASCE 3-4. Hattrup. Gerald James B.SJEEJ; Port- land, Oregon; AIEE 2-3, Pres. 4, Sec. 1; Sigma Tau 4; Newman Club 1-4; KUOI 3, Technical Chmn. 4; Associated Engineers 1-4. Harlow. Francis James B.SXEEJ; Lewiston; AIEE 1-4; Associated Engi- neers 1-4; Idaho Engineer 2; Intramurals 1-2. Hofmann, Robert Julius B.SJCEJ; Moscow; Illinois Institute of Technology; Phi Gamma Delta; Associated Engineers 1-4; ASCE 1-4; Dramatics 1, 3-4; Curtain Club 3-4. Humphrey, Arthur Earl B.SJCEJ; Moscow; Phi Gamma Delta; Silver Lance 4; Blue Key 3, SeC.-Treas. 4; Sigma Tau 3-4, Historian 4; AICE 1-4, Sec.-Treas. 3; "I" Club 2-4; Yell Duke 2; Yell King 3; Associated Engineers 1-4; Idaho Engineer 1; Cross Country 2-4, Capt. 4; Track 1-4; Engineers Council, Sr. Rep. 4. Johnson, Philip E. B.SXCEJ; Moscow. Johnson, Sumner Maurice B.S.1C.E.1; Nampa; Kappa Sigma, Pres. 4, V.-Pres. 3; House Mgr. 3; Sigma Tau 4; Blue Key 4-5; IK's 1-2, Honorable Duke 3; Class Treas. 3; Interfraternity Council 5; Varsity Baseball 2-3; "1" Club 3-5; ASCE 2-5; Associated Engineers 2-5. Kramer, Anton Clarence B.S.4M.E.1;Buhl; U. of 1., So. BL; ASME. Larson, Archie Milton Jr. B.S. 4Chem.EJ; Weiser; Beta Theta Pi; AIEE1-4.Larson, and sometimes even entered those buildings housing Hattrup Johnson, P. Harlow Johnson, S. M. Hofmann Kramer Humphrey Larson. R. Miller Parker Lemon Nichols Larson, P. Lash Myers Meyers Niebauer Leeper Mowrey Murphy Frank Arnold B.SKCEJ; Burley; Utah State Agr. College; ASCE 3-4, Pres. 4; Associated Engineers 3-4. Lash, Leslie David BS. 1Chem.E.1; Sioux City, Iowa; Sigma Chi, Editor 2; Sigma Xi 4; Blue Key 4; Idaho Engineer, Asst. Editor 3, Editor 4; Sigma Tau 3, Sec. 4; AICE 2-4, Sec.-Treas. 4; Idaho Pep Band 3-4; Phi Mu Alpha 2-4; KUOI Tech. Crew 2; Symphony Orchestra 1-3; Concert Band 1-4; Lambda Delta Sigma 4. Leeper, James Ellsworth B.SlChemEJ; Boise; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. Lemon, Ralph Burton B.SlChem. EJ; Moscow; Willamette University; University of Washington; Phi Gamma Delta; Sigma Tau 4. Meyers, John H. B.SXMEJ; Sugar City; ASME 2-4, V.-Chmn. 4. Miller, James V. B.S.1M.E.1; Lewis- ton; Lewiston State Normal; Illinois Institute of Technology; Phi Delta Theta; ASME 3-4; Sr. Council Rep. 4; Associated Engineers 1-4, Sec.- Treas. 4; AIEE 1-2; Vandal Ski Club 3; Intramural Athletics 1-2. Mowrey, Gene Burnett B.SXEEJ; Noches, Wash; University of Washington 2; Chrisman Hall; Alpha Phi Omega 3-4, Sec. 1; AIEE 1-4; ASME 3; Idaho Club, Scholastic Chmn. 1. Myers, Ralph Dudley B.SXCEJ; Calgary, Alberta; Phi Delta Theta; ASCE 1-4; Associated Engineers 1-4; Dramatics 1-2. Murphy, Bates Howard B.SlChemEJ; Boise; Sigma Chi. Nichols, Richard Addison B.S. 1C.E.1; Walla Walla, Wash. Niebauer, Kenneth L. B.SIMEJ; Battle Creek, Mich; Lawrence Institute of Technology: ASME 3-4; Chmn. 4; Associated Engineers 34; Alpha Gamma Epsilon, Treas. 2. Parker, James Alton B.SXCEJ; Blackfoot; U. of I., So. B12; Lindley Hall; Associated Engineers 1-2; Lambda Delta Sigma, V.- Pres. 3; ASCE 3-4. Pearce, James Madison B.SXEEJ; Wallace; Phi Delta Theta; IK's 1, Treas. 2; AIEE 3-4. Rohay, Charles Donald B.SXMEJ; Glenns Ferry. Skinner, William Leslie B.SXEEJ; Lewiston; Chrisman H611. Soniville, Elmer Earl B.SXCEJ; Mos- cow; ASCE 1-4; Associated Engineers 1-4; Idaho Engineers 2. Stan- ley, Allen Daniel B.S.1C.E.1; San Diego, Ca1if.; Phi Gamma Delta; Interfraternity Council 2; Greek Caucus 2-3; ASCE 2-4; Associated Engineers 2-4; Freshman Fencing 1; Gem 1. Taylor, Roy Edward B.SXAEJ; American Falls; U. of I., So. Br.; Campus Club, Pres. 4, V.-Pres. 3; Sigma Tau 4; ASAE 2-4, Sec.-Treas. 4. Tipton. Frank Weston B.SlChemeJ; Spokane, Wash; Lindley Hall; AICE 1-4; Associated Engineers 1-2, 4; University Band 1-2; Men's Chorus 2. Wimer, Glenn William B.SXEEJ; Burke; Kappa Sigma, Sec. 4, Pres. 4; Sigma Tau 4; Interfraternity Council 4; AIEE 1-4, Publicity Director 4; Associated Engineers 1-4. Wolfe. John Allison B.S. 1E.E.1; Boise; College of Idaho; U. of I., So. Br.; Willis Sweet; AIEE 3-4; IK's 1-2; Sigma Tau. Vance, Samuel William B.SXChemEJ; Boise; Beta Theta Pi; Phi Eta Sigma; A1CE,Iunior Award; Sigma Tau; Intercollegiate Debate; Pep Band; Concert Band; Idaho Engineer, Assoc. Editor; Phi Mu Alpha; Blue Key; Inter-Church Council. the classes they came to college for . . . Rohay Skinner Tipton Pearce Taylor Stanley Vance Soniville Wolfe Designed to prepare students for the general practice of law in any state, the College of Law was established in 1909. The members of the teaching staff do not practice law but give their entire time to instruction and research. Assuming the duties as Dean Of the College last fall was Dean E. S. Stimson. Graduating from Syracuse University's College of Law, he later obtained degrees from Ohio State and the University of Michigan. In 1937 he received a re- search fellowship from the Harvard Law School. He later served as Professor of Law at Syracuse University until his appointment to Idaho's staff last fall. Dean E. S. Stimson 6611ch of $de Idaho uAg" students hang in effigy a "shyster" lawyer prior to the annual Ag-Law basketball game ,4 231494 Law students spend long hours among '4Code" books briefing cases for future careers at the bar. Baker Peterson Jones Redford Baker, Bob A. LLB. Gunn, John William LLB; Boise; Pomona College 1-3; Sigma Chi; Bench and Bar, Sec. 4, Treas. 3; Phi Alpha Delta, Marshal 4; ROTC Advanced. Jones, William James LL.B.; Wallace; Bench and Bar 3-5; Associated Engineers 1-2. Kingsford, L. O. LLB, Peterson, James Theodore, LLB: Idaho Falls; Phi Delta Theta, Pres, 3; ASUI Exec. Board 3; Curtain Club 2-3, Treas. 3; Bench and Bar 3-4, Reporter 4; Vandaleers 1; Fresh Week Publicity Co-Chmn. l: ASUI Plays 1-3. Redford. George Eugene LLB; Kidwell Riordan Kingsford Wilkinson Ruperi; Phi Alpha Delta 2-4, Justice 4, Trees. 4; Alpha Kappa Psi; HI" Club 2; Fencing Team, Captain, Coach 2. Riordan, Richard L. LLB; Nampa; College ofIdaho;Wi11is Sweet Hall, Sec.-Treas. 2, Pres. 3-4; Phi Alpha Delta 3-4, Clerk 3, Chief Justice 4; Bench and Bar 2-4, Sec, 2-3; Honor Court, Assoc, Iustice 3; 1K; Independent Caucus; Independent Council; Newman Club, Wilkinson, E. A. LLB. Kidwell, Robert Vern LL.B.; Council; Rifle Team 3-4; Scab- bard and Blade; Alpha Kappa Psi; Class Treas. 4: Bench and Bar 3-5. 40r so they sayO . . . Dean Arthur W. Fahrenwald Established in 1917, the School of Mines at Idaho is situated in one of the foremost mining regions of the world. Main- taining courses in the technology of the mineral industries, the School of Mines is best described in terms of geology, mining, and metallurgy, its main departments. Arthur W. Fahrenwald, Dean of the School of Mines, studied at South Dakota and New Mexico, has taught at Idaho since 1919. Considered an expert in his field, Dean F ahrenwald is credited with developing the flotation proc- ess, in which ore containing a mineral is crushed, mixed with water and chemical reagents, agitated and aerated so that the minerals attach to bubbles and move to the top. Approximately 90 per cent of all ores are treated by this process. Identifying ore samples is part of a mining student's curriculum. Adelman, Carl Richard Jr. B.SJMetEnng; Moscow; Associated Miners 3-4; Sigma Gamma Epsilon 4; Phi Delta Theta. Asgian, Charles B.SXGeolJ; New York, N.Y.; Sigma Gamma Epsilon 3-4; AIMME 2-4; Associated Miners 3-4. Garber, John Augustus B.SlMining Enng; Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania; Delta Chi, V.-Pres. 2; House Mgr. 3; Associated Miners 1-4; Sigma Gamma Epsilon 3-4. Richards, Otis Harold B.SKGeo. Enng; Arnett, Oklahoma; Okla- homa A. 61 M. College; Associated Miners 2-4. Skiles, David Oscar Thomas Wilde B.SXMinEnng; Dundalk, Maryland; Johns Hopkins University; Sigma Gamma Epsilon, Editor 3-4; Associated Miners 1-5. Thomas, Charles Richard B.SlMinEnng; Portland, Oregon; Associated Miners 1-4; AIMME 4; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. Wahl, John Charles B.SlMetEng-X KellOgg; University of Colorado; Colorado School of Mines Wilde, Willard Dean B.SJMinEnqu; Moscow; Sigma Gamma Epsilon; Sec.-Treas. 3-4; Associated Miners 1-4, Sec.-Treas. 3; Lambda Delta Sigma 2-4; Scabbard and Blade 3;;Rif1e Team 2; Delta Chi 1-4. Future "muckers" learn the lab technique of mining they know how to find 61,1 0hnnie9s,7, Dean Dwight S. Ieffers Foresters in pathology lab mount speci- mens of leaves for future study and reference. The Schoo1 of Forestry became an independent school in 1917 and today ranks among top-notch accredited schools in forestry. Located Within a short distance of dense forests and some of the largest sawmills and logging camps in the United States, the School of Forestry has exceptional advantages for developing professional foresters and lum- bermen. Dwight 1etfers, Dean of the School of Forestry, directs the Bunyan boys who congregate here from many states. A Ya1e graduate, Dean 1effers came to the University of Idaho in 1935 from the University of Washington. He is at home in any outdoor atmosphere and emphasizes practical experience in training his future foresters. v SKIIMI of 3171mm aft :5, $31,;- 5; t 4 kit! A Barnett. Steele B.SlForJ; Tulsa, Okla.; Vet's Village, Council 4; Independent Caucus 4: Associated Foresters 1-4, Pres. 4. Bigelow, Charles Allen B.SiForJ; St. Helena, Calif; California Aggies; Associated Foresters 2-4, V.-Pres. 3; Xi Sigma Pi 3-4. Brislain, Donal William B.SXForJ; Pueblo, Colo; Phi Gamma Delta; Asso- ciated Foresters, Sec. 4; Forestry Week Chmn. 3. Brown, Ellsworth Reade, B.SJForJ; Cheney, Wash; Chrisman Hall; Associated For- esters 1-4. Evans, Thomas Culbertson B.SJForJ; Pocatello: U. of I., So. BL; Willis Sweet; Associated Foresters 3-4; Independent Caucus 4; Independent Council 3. Herron, John Oliver Jr. B.S. $0121; San Diego, Calif; San Diego State College; Willis Sweet Hall; Associated Foresters 1-4, Ranger 4. Hungerford, C. Roger B.SXForJ; Moscow; Associated Foresters 1-4; Xi Sigma Pi 3-4. Johannesen. Mark Meyer B.SKForJ; Murray, Utah; Associated Foresters 3-4; Vandal Ski Club 4; Xi Sigma Pi 3-4. Martin, James Albert B.SJForJ; Fort Bragg, Calif. Neel, Robert William 5.8. Work Orlando, Florida; University of Florida; Washington State College; Chrisman Hall; Associated Foresters 2-4. Potter, Grant Burton B.SJForJ; Estherville, Iowa; Worthington Junior College; Xi Sigma Pi 3-4, Forester 4; Associated Foresters 2-4; "1" Club 3-4; Football 3-4. Sutherland, Charles Fearn B.SXForJ; Moscow; Xi Sigma Pi 3-4, Ranger 4; Sigma Xi 4; Associated Foresters 1-4; Per- shing Rifles l. the Navy building, Barnett Bigelow Brislain Brown Evans Herron Hungerford Johannesen Martin Neel Potter Sutherland the Chesterfield representative The School of Education, since being established in 1920, has grown steadily. The services of the school are at the disposal of teachers and educational administrators Who Wish to improve themselves While in service and of school trustees who Wish assistance in securing teachers. The well- being of our state and nation depends to a large extent upon the quality of its teachers, and each year are gradue ated men and women Who are expertly trained and quali- fied to do their jobs. I. Frederick Weltzin was appointed Dean of the School of Education in 1944 after directing the school of education at Denver, Colorado. Receiving his training at the Univer- sity of North Dakota and at Columbia, Dean Weltzin has had seventeen years' teaching experience. Dean I. F. Weltzin Sultan! of Xducatim Dr. Smith lectures to a class of upper- cIassmen studentrteachers, answering the often-brought-up-question, "What is knowledge?" Here a student-teacher has a chance to "do his stuff" with the high school students across town. In the education workshop are many pamphlets and periodicals with helpful information for better teaching methods. Students of education work out experiments correlations in psychology lab. Men's recreational P.E. shows two students work- ing on a playground project which might be ini- tiated in a summer program. Asmussen Coble Bj orklund Cooke Blackburn Dana Asmussen, Carolea Joyce B.SlEdJ; Fayette; Forney Hall; Delta Mu 3-4; Kappa Delta Pi. Bjorklund, Florence Maxine B.SXEdJ; Moscow; WAA 1-4; Delta Tau Gamma 1-4, Treasurer 3, Marshal 4; Hell Divers 2-4; Independent Council, Sec. 4; Inter-Church Council 3-4, V.-Pres. 4; Disciples Student Fellowship 1-4, Pres. 3; Spurs; Sea Stars 2, Sec. 2; Band 2; Class Sec. 4. Blackburn, Don E. B.SXEdJ; Bonners Ferry; Phi Gamma Delta; Basketball 1; Baseball 1; Class Pres. 1. Briggs, Robert David B.SlEdJ; Carey; Tau Kappa Epsilon, Pres. 3-4; Interfraternity Council 3-4; Gem, Co-administration Editor 3; Football 3; Young Republican Club, Chmn. 3; Ir. Chamber of Commerce 3. Briggs, Warren G. B.SJEdJ; Carey; Tau Kappa Epsilon; Football 1, Baseball 1; Boxing 2-3; Lambda Delta Sigma 2-4; I.V. Football, Capt 3; Varsity Football 4. Burns, Robert Arl B.S. Gidj; Iuliaetta; Idaho Club, Soc. Chmn. 2; Basketball 1; Kappa Delta Pi 3-4, V.-Pres. 4. Cable, Keith Nelson B.SlEdJ; Bonners Ferry; Football 1r. Mgr. 2-3. Cooke, Joyce Lucile B.SJEdJ; Jerome; Alpha Chi Omega; Kappa Delta Pi, Sec. 4; Vandaleers 3; University Singers 1; Westminster Guild 1; Gem 1. Dana, John P. B.SXECU; Lynwood, Calif.; Sigma Nu; "1" Club 2-4. Eimers, Charles W. B.SXEdJ; Grangeville; Phi Delta Theta; nI" Club 3-4. Evans, Ber- nice Marie: Preston; Forney Hall, V.-Pres. 3; ASUI Exec. Board 3; Spurs; AWS Council 3; Women's "1'1 Club 3-4; WAA 1-4; Inde- pendent Caucus 2-3; Independent Council 3; Argonaut 1-2; PEM Club 3-4; Election Board 1-4. Evans, John Paul B.SJEdJ; Ameri- Burns Evans, Briggs, R. Eimers Briggs, W. Evans, J. can Falls; Sigma Nu, Pres. 3; "1" Club 2-4, Pres. 3; Blue Key 3-4; Silver Lance 4; Basketball 2-4; Football 2-4; Baseball 2-3; Inter- fraternity Council 4. Goodman. Richard Theodore B.SXEdJ; Sumas, Wash; Tau Kappa Epsilon; Ir. Varsity Football 3; Varsity Football 4; TKE Intramural Mgr.; Nobby Inn Basketball Coach 4. Graves, Jeanne Thelma B.SlEdJ; Kooskia; Forney Hall; Kappa Delta Pi 3-4, Treas. 4; WAA 1-4; AWS Rep. 4. Haas, George E. B.SlEdJ; Lewiston; Sigma Chi; Mental Hygiene Ass'n 3-4, Pres. 4; International Relations Club 4; Ski Club 3-4, Exec. Board 4; I-Ks 1; Hammond, Dale Lewis B.SlEdm Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Boxing 4. Harris, Maybelle Elaine B.SXEdJ; Moscow; Delta Gamma; Or- chesis 3-4, Pres. 4; Minute Maids, Sec. 2; WAA 1; Delta Gamma, Sec. 4; Westminster Guild 2; Band 1; PEM Club 3-4. Herman, Shirley Ann B.SJEdj; Spokane, Wash; Delta Gamma; Orchesis 3-4; Kappa Phi 1-2; WAA 1; Argonaut 1; Gem 1. Hill, Dorothy Genevieve B.SXEdJ; Gooding; Kappa Alpha Theta; Argonaut 1-2; Gem 2-3; Canterbury 1-3; WAA 1; Stage Crew 2; Delta Mu 3-4. Hinchey, Lila Arlene B.SlEdJ; Salmon; Alpha Phi; Spurs, His- torian; Student Activities Board 2; Phi Chi Theta 2-4, Sec. 3; Stu- dent-Faculty Council 4; AWS, Rep. 4; Argonaut 1-2; Radio Club 2; Greek Caucus 2-4; Westminster Guild 1-2; WAA 1-2. Hunt, Paul S. B.SXEdJ; Nampa. Hurless, Paul M. B.SXECU; Jerome; Tau Kappa Epsilon. Jackson, Margaret Jane B.S.1Ed.1; Gooding; Gamma Phi Beta; Kappa Delta Pi 3-4; Canterbury 1-2; WAA 1-4; They read the 61'Arg;9 spent free time at the Harris Jackson Radermacher Stelma Klobucher Miller, C. Kimes Meehan Argonauf 1. Kidwell, Richard Alvin B.SXECU; Council; Idaho Club; IK's 2; Kappa Delta Pi41Kimes, Betty Jean B.S.1Ed.1;Twin Falls; Delta Gamma; University Singers 2; Westminster Guild 2-3; Argonaut 2-3; Gem 2. Klobucher, Harold Carl B.SXEdJ; Moscow; Mental Hygiene Club 3-4, V.-Pres1 4. McAuley, Margaret D. BS. 1Edj; Weiser; Hays Hall; Spurs; Gem 1-2; WAA 1-4; University Singers 1-2; Hays Hall, V.-Pres. 4. McKinley, Donald Robert B.SXEdJ; Lewiston; Alpha Tau Omega; Phi Mu Alpha 3-4, Historian 4; Orchestra 3-4; Band 1-2; Pep Band 4. Meech, Fred B.SKEdJ; Twin Falls; Beta Theta Pi. Meehan. Rosemary B.S11Ed1; Lewiston; Delta Gamma. Miller, Charles Earl B.SXEdJ; New Meadows; Sigma Alpha Epsilon, V.-Pres. 2, Sec. 1-2; Interfraternity Council 2; Associated Miners 2-3; Associated Foresters 1. Miller, Jeanne I. B.SlEdJ; Spokane, Wash; Orchesis 3-4. Pence, Peggy Lou B.S. 1Ed.1; Vancouver, Wash; Forney Hall; Kappa Delta Pi 3-4, Pres. 4: All-Girl Singing Orchestra 1-2; Band 1-2. Phillips, Carolyn Joy B.SXEdJ; Ashton; Forney Hall, V.-Pres., Sec; Kappa Phi 2-4, Corr. Sec, Rec. Sec; Ski Club 4; Wesley Foundation 2-4. Radermacher, Freda Marjorie B.SKECU; Moscow; Delta Delta Delta; Concert Band 1-2; University Singers1-2; Home EC C1ub1; Delta Tau Gamma 1-2; Gem 3; Argonaut 3. Reddekopp, Joyce Elaine B.SXECM; St. Maries; Forney Hall; WAA 1; University Singers 1-2. Ritchie, Jacqueline B.SIEdJ; Idaho FalIs; Pi Beta Phi; WAA 1-4, Pres. 4, Recorder; AWS Rep. 3-4; United Caucus 3-4; Women's "1" Club 3-4, V.-Pres.; Orchesis 3-4; Spurs; Ski Club 3. Ritchey, Maurice Saunders B.SXEdJ; Idaho Falls; Lindley Hall; Tau Mem Aleph 1; Newman Club 4. Long, Edith Schock B.SlEdJ; Spokane, Wash; Long Miller, J. Delta Mu 2-4, Pres. 3; Kappa Phi 2-3; Wesley Foundation 2-3; Uni- versity Singers 2; Kappa Deha Pi 3-4. Smith, Arettadee B.SlEdJ; Nampa; Delta Tau Gamma, V.-Pres. 4; Lambda Delta Sigma 3-4; In- ternational Relations Club 3-4;Rif1e Club 4; WAA 4. Smith, Walter Powell B.SlEdJ; Glens Falls, N.Y.; LDS House, Pres. 2-3; Student Body Pres.4;B1ue Key 4; Silver Lance 4; Phi Mu Alpha 2-4, National Councilman; Kappa De1ta Pi 3-4; Student Activities Board 2; Stu- dent Faculty Council 3; Independent Council 2; Independent Cau- cus, Pres. 3; "1" Club 2-4; Men's Discipline Committee 4; Publica- Iions Board, Chmn. 4; Baseball 1; Track 1; Homecoming Committee, Chmn. 1; Student Union Planning Board 4. Stelma, Eleanor Lu- cille B.SlEdJ; Bellevue; University Singers 1-2; WAA1-3; Lutheran Students Ass'n1-2.Suther1and, Marj orie Ellen Rowett BS. 1Ed.1; Mountain Home; Alpha Phi; Yell Leader 1; Gem 1; Argonaut 1; Uni- versity Singers 1; Canterbury Club 1; International Relations 1; Freshman Week Committee 1. Thompson, Barbara Ann B.SKEdJ; Moscow; Pi Beta Phi; Orchesis 3-4, Sec.-Treas. 4; Westminster Guild 1-3; Gem 1-3; Menta1 Hygiene Club 3; Minute Maids 2; WAA 1; Band 1-2. Tilbury, Dorothy Jean B.SXECU; Kellogg; Forney Hall; Sigma Alpha Iota 3-4, Sec; Vandaleers 3-4; All-Girl Singing Or; chestra 1-2; Lambda Delta Sigma; Concert Band; Concert Orchestra; University Singers. Whybark, Nola Willes B.SlEdj; Deary; Riden- baugh Hall; WAA 1-4, V.-Pres. 4; Women's "1" Club 3-4, Pres. 4; Curtain Club 3-4; Home EC Club 1; Westminster Guild 1-3; Gem 4; Ski Club 3; International Relations Club 3; PEM Club 1-3; Minute Maids 2; AWS Counci14. Wing,Jack B.SlEdJ; Moscow; Tau Mem Aleph, Pres. 3. Nest over coffee, and date nights parked Reddekopp Sutherland Ritchie Thompson Ritchey Tilbury McKinley Phillips Dean Ralph H. Farmer In addition to instruction in the fundamental principles of business, the School of Business Administration also offers specific training in the technique of business. Established as a separate college of the University of Idaho in 1925, it cooperates with the College of Law to offer a combined curriculum in business and law. From Idaho's administra- tion building are coming some of the truly well-educated executives and business men and women of the future. Ralph H. Farmer, Dean of the School of Business Admin- istration, came to Idaho in 1927. After graduating from Oberlin College in Ohio, he launched a career centered around teaching and banking. Teaching his favorite sub- ject, banking, Dean Farmer has served several summer terms on the faculty of the University of Washington's school for bank officers. Schwl 0f Busimss Administratim In a rare moment of levity, Dr. Folz en- courages itScotty" Seagar to get a date with an unidentified co-ed; Dr. Graue checks on her business conditions grade to see if she really is a "brain." The answer was "nof' Regents note: The whole thing was a set-up poseJ w Emm- of the , imam: 8:;in The hunt and peck department rehearses in Engie neering 301. In an after-class buH-session HHonest John" tells the assembled throng about the relationship of stocks to bonds in the corporate structure. "Now when you boys get out on the job and building draw bridges, you must remember tthis class is econ for engineerst. "Now, I understand perfectly" twhich in account- ing lab means, HNow, I know less than when you startedf't Alsager Behrmen Campbell Childs Alsager, Ray B.SiBusJ; Emmett; Willis Sweet. Behrmen, Adolph Henry B.SlBusJ; Parma; Delta Tau Delta; Wrestling and Track 1; Blot, Bus. Mgr. 4; Chamber of Commerce 3-4; Lutheran Student Association 4. Bellaire, Betty; Idaho Falls; Alpha Phi, V.-Pres. 4; Debate 3; Newman Club 34. Brown, Thomas Harold B.SJBusJ; Kendrick; Pine Hall; Tau Mem Aleph 2-4, V.-Pres. 3; Roger Williams Club 4. Cady, Theodore Spencer B.SXBusJ; Moscow; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Idaho Engineer 1; KUOI 2-4, Mgr. 2-4, Program Director 4. Campbell, Betty Louise B.SiBusJ; Meadows; Alpha Phi, Treas. 2-3, V.-Pres. 4; Phi Chi Theta 2-4, Trees. 3, V.-Pres. 4; Women's "I" Club 4, Treas. 4; WAA 1-4, Exec. Board 3; Alpha Lambda Delta 1-2; Kappa Phi 1-2; Chamber of Commerce 4; Gem 1-2; Argonaut 1-2; International Relations Club 2. Childs, Richard M.D. Jr. B.SlBusJ; Boise; Phi Gamma Delta; Homecoming Com- mittee 3; Dad's Day Committee 3; Gem 1; Canterbury 1. Christen- sen, John H. BSJBUSJ; Boise; Delta Tau Delta; "I" Club 3-4; Football 3-4; Class Pres. 4. Clovis, James Edward B.SlBusJ; Craigmont: Tau Kappa EpsilonLChamber of Commerce 3-4. Dinni- y; Bellaire Brown Cady Christensen Clovis son, Arthur Dean B.SXBusJ; Orofino; Phi Delta Theta, V.-Pres. 3, Pres. 4-5; Blue Key, V.-Pres. 5; Pep Band 3; Vandaleers 3-5; Rifle Team 1; Swimming Team 3-4; Tennis Team 3; Interfraternity Council 3-5; Greek Caucus; ASME 1-3. Eastman, Helen Lorraine B.S. 4Busj; Boise; Hays Hall; University Singers 4; Canterbury Club 4. Edmark, David Augustus B.SlBusJ; Nampa; Sigma Alpha Epsi- lon, Treas. 3-4; Ski Club 3; Swimming Team 4. Fahrenwald, Richard Ellsworth B.SlBusJ; Moscow; Alpha Tau Omega; Scab- bard and Blade 4; Eagle and Anchor 3-4, Pres. 3; Company Com- mander, NROTC 4. Gano, Jay Miles B.SXBusJ; Moscow; Phi Delta Theta; Silver Lance 4; Blue Key 4; Phi Delta Theta, Pres. 3; Inter- fraternity Council 3; Basketball 1-4; Track 2-4; Douglas Dingle Award 3; Greek Caucus 3; Class Pres. 3; Chamber of Commerce 3; ASME 1-3. Gould, Earl Maynard B.SJBusJ; Lapwai; Pine Hall. Granlund, Harold Eugene B.SJBusJ; Troy; Chrisman Hall. Grieser, Edgar John B.SXBusJ; Moscow; Delta Chi, Corr. Sec. 1-4; Newman Club 1-4, Treas. 3; Hell Divers 1-2. Griffin, Jane Cunningham B.SlBusJ; Boise; Kappa Alpha Theta; Phi Chi Theta on the hill 66to watch the lights of Moscowa, . . . Eastman Gould Edmark Fahrenwald Gano Granlund Grieser Griffin 7' Dinnison ,LHL mmmw n Gronneberg Huhtala Ikeda Lasswell Minor Haddock Hansen Johnson 2-4, Trees 4; Chamber of Commerce 4; WAA 1; Canterbury Society 1-2; Argonaut1-4; Inter-Church Council, V.-Pres. 2; Dad's Week-end Committee 4; Kappa Alpha Theta, V.-Pres. 4. Gronneberg, Ed- ward Norman B.SXBusJ; Cranston, 12.1.; Tau Kappa Epsilon, Pres. 2; Interfraternity Council 2; Foresters' Assoc. 2; Inter-Church Council, Pres. 4; Lutheran Student Assoc, Pres. 4. Haddock. Garth D. B.SlBusJ; Kellogg: Chamber of Commerce 34. Hansen, Henry Boyd B.SJBusJ; Moscow; Sigma Chi, Pres. 4, House Mgr. 3; ASUI Exec. Board, V.-Pres. 3; Blue Key 34, Pres. 3; Interfratemity Council 3-4; Chamber of Commerce Board 3. Hayes, Earl Eugene B.SlBusj; Twin Falls; Beta Theta Pi; Gem, Bus. Mgr. 4, Adv. Mgr. 3; Argonaut 3; Junior Week Chmn. 3; Homecoming Chmn. 3. Hop- kins. John Bryan B.SlBusJ; Lewiston; Sigma Chi; Pep Band 3-4. Huhtala, Oiva Nikolai B.SXBusJ; Cabinet; Chrisman Hall, Pres. 4; Phi Eta Sigma 1-2; Chamber of Commerce 3-4; Idaho Engineer 1-2. Ikeda. John Isamu B.SJBusJ; Bonners Ferry; Chrisman Hall; Chamber of Commerce 3-4; Alpha Phi Chi; Sec; 34. Johnson, Hayes Kenney Ralph Clifton B.SlBusJ; Post Falls. Kenney, John H. B.SXBusJ; Idaho Falls; Phi Gamma Delta; Chamber of Commerce. Knox. Shirley Ann BSXBusJ; Emmett; Delta Gamma; Phi Chi Theta 3-4; Canterbury Club 12; Argonaut 1. Lasswell, William Curtis Jr. B.SXBusJ; Spokane, Wash; Sigma Chi; Boxing 1-2; Chamber of Commerce 2-3. Latham, Fred J. B.SlBusJ; Twin Falls; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Phi Eta Sigma; Chamber of Commerce 3-4, V.-Pres, 4; Pep Band 1-3. Meyers, Kermit B.SXBusJ; St. Marys, Ohio. Minor, William Bradley B.SJBusJ; Idaho Falls; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. Newman, Kenneth John B.SXBusJ; Centralia, Kansas; Chamber of Commerce 2-4; Lambda Delta Sigma 24; Vet's Village Council, Treas. 3-4; IV Basketball 1; NROTC 2. Odberg, Ellis J. B.SXBusJ; Lewiston; Phi Delta Theta. Onweiler, William Charles B.SJBusx Ustick; Boise Jr. College; Willis Sweet Hall. Peak. Jack W. B.SXBusJ; Spokane, Wash.; Willis Sweet Hall; Chamber of Commerce 3-4. Littlefield. Clyde Eugene B.SlBusJ; Bonners Ferry; Alpha Tau Omega. Lowry, Barbara Dayton B.SXBusJ; Sandpoint: Hays Hall" Phi Chi Theta, Corr. Sec. 3. After the diploma and the congratulations, Littlefield Lowry Onweiler Plastino, Charles Ross B.SIBUSJ; Twin Falls; Sigma Nu, V.-Pres. 3; '11" Club 2-4; Hell Divers 1-2; Greek Caucus 2; Football 2-3; Baseball 2-4. Reid, John Robert B.SKBusJ; West Liberty, Iowa; Chrisman Hall, Pres. 4; ASUI Exec. Board 4; Independent Council, Pres. 3; Chamber of Commerce 2-4; Argonaut 3. Robertson, Don- ald Blaine B.S. 1Bus11; Nampa; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Gem 2-4, Photo Co-editor 3, Photo Editor 4; Ski Club 3-4; Blot 4; Chamber of Com- merce 4; Sigma Delta 4. Rosenberry, Robert G. B.SJBusJ; Coeur d'Alene; Sigma Nu. Smith, Courtland Baker B.SIBUSJ; Idaho Falls; Beta Theta Pi, House Mgr. 3-4; Chamber of Commerce, Treas. 4. Smith, Eve Barbara B.S.1Bus.1; Lewiston; Kappa Alpha Theta, Pres. 4; Mortar Board, Treas. 4: Spurs 2; Alpha Lambda Delta, Sec. 1-2; Phi Chi Theta, Pres. 4, Key Award 4; Canterbury Club 1-4, Treas. 2, Pres. 4; Class Pres. 2; Class Treas. 3; Sweetheart of Sigma Chi 1; Chamber of Commerce, Membership Chmn. 4; AWS Council 3-4; Student Activities Board 4; Panhellenic Council 4; Interchurch Council 4; Greek Caucus 3; WAA 1-3, Exec. Council 3; Gem 1; Argonaut 1; Holly Dance Chmn. 2; Homecoming Committee 3; Freshman Committee 1; Election Board 1. Sorenson, Bert Leno B.SXBusJ; Burley; Willis Sweet Hall, Pres. 4; Chamber of Com- merce 3-4, Pres. 4; Homecoming Chmn. 4; Class V.-Pres. 4; Bench and Bar 4; Ir. Week Committee 3; I-Vets Council 3. Spooner, James Armor B.SXBusJ; Spirit; Chrisman Hall. Stewart, LaMar J. B.SXBusJ; Blackfoot; Phi Gamma Delta. Taylor, Gloria Marie B.SXBusJ; Blackfoot; Alpha Phi; Lambda Delta Sigma 2. Terlson. Alfred Oscar B.SJBusJ; Lewiston; Willis Sweet Hall; IK'S 2-3; Van- daleers 2; Alpha Epsilon Delta 3; Chamber of Commerce 4. Theme, Mark Wesley B.SlBusJ; Oroville, Wash.; Chrisman Hall; Chamber of Commerce 3-4. Urban, Charles Freeman B.S.1Bus.1; Kimberly; Delta Tau Delta, Treas. 1-4; IK's 13; Chamber of Commerce 2-4; Tennis Team 2. Williamson, Michael A. B.S.1Bus.1; Jersey City, New Jersey; Pine Hall, Pres. 3; ASUI Exec. Board 4; Blue Key 4; Larch Hall, Pres. 3; Chamber of Commerce, Sec. 4; Boxing Team 3-4; Independent Caucus 3; I-Vets 3. Plastino Rosenberry Sorenson Taylor W Smith, C. Spooner Terlson Williamson such things will live in the heart of every grad . . . Robertson Smith, E. Stewart Theme Another graduate of the University of Idaho is Harlow W. Campbell, who is director of the Non-Resjdent School. Director Campbell left his position as principal of Coeur d'Alene High School to take over the duties of this school in the fall of 1945. He is also in Charge of the Placement Bureau of the University of Idaho. Two kinds of non- resident instruction are offered. First, for individual stu- dents, representative courses in most departments are given by correspondence. Second, Where a number of persons desire the same subject, the University organizes a study group, Which a member of the faculty actively directs and when it seems practicable, Visits from time to time. Harlow W. Campbell School of Nm-Kzsidmf imtructim Mr. Campbell and his staff are kept busy by constant inquiries about and applications for non-resident or correspondence courses i't 1 u$hitiuiimhthl thEUXY .,H. mm; o ouwim Dean C. W. Hungerford Coming to Idaho from Wisconsin in 1919, Charles W. Hungerford served as head of the plant pathology depart- ment before he became the first Dean of the Graduate School in 1931. Always willing and always ready, Dean Hungerford guides those students Who have no set tasks, no schedule of daily or weekly exercises. Dean Hungerford also finds time to serve on the academic council and the public events committee. The graduate work is adminis- tered. by the Graduate Council, Which consists of the dean of the Graduate School and eight members appointed by the president from the various academic divisions of the University. The scope of the Graduate School covers grad- uate study throughout the University. More than 40 depart- ments offer majors toward thexmaster's degree. Many of the departments offer several majors and thus the oppor- tunities for specialization are extensive. graduate 55km! Dean Fahrenwald demonstrates to a graduate student the flotation process Here a graduate conducts experiments in temperature testing in a milk-cooling device xw Arnold, T. A. Brevick, Harol :1 Carbaugh, W. I. Carson, D. Collette, I. A. Foster, Allan Ho, C. F. Krier, John Larson, E. Lindstrom, Russell McIntyre, Calvin Mattox, James Ricks, G. A. Rowe, John Rowell, Peter P. Scott, Lee Spenser, L. Stewart, Ann Watson, F. Williams, Warren Wurster, Clarence mex John Christensen Maxine Bjorklund, Olivene Ritchie, Bert Sorenson The main attraction at the Senior ball this year was the appearance of Charlie Spivak and his orchestra. The credit for this successful dance goes to the senior Class and its officers. John Christensen took over the duties of president, and Bert Sorenson was Vice-president. The job of keeping the minutes fell into the hands of Maxine Bjorklund, and Olivene Ritchie had hold of the class purse strings. May Queen Donna Chapman is one of the few women on campus to wear a key Phi Beta Kappa that will open many different doors, Chappie runs Ridenbaugh and the AWS in be- tween political science classes and Mortar Board activities. Junior class vice-president and a sec- tion editor for Gem. Hundreds of friends and a few acquaintances. Numberless activities, too. Bill Williams was Sigma Nu house president and played in the back field of the East-West game on New Year's Day. Progressive party politics. Silver Lance . . . "1" Club president . . . a box- ing champ . . . baseball this year A law student from Spokane, he is interested in politics and a philosopher on matters international. Rarely ever dateSenot "bitterf just lack of time. Earl Hayes is the twice-handsome Beta song leader and composer of two national prize-win- ning fraternity songs. Plays the piano for exer- cise; keeps the pledges snappily dressed. Junior week chairman . . . Gem business manager and a business school major from Twin Falls. "Errol" takes out a different woman each night-a fine type of racket, that. Barbara Spaeth is one of those "Key" women on campus. Wears a Beta pin and has a passion for an ott-red color about six feet above the ground. Junior class "Morgenthau," ruled the big white Kappa establishment. A Gem section editor and organizer, dependable and energetic. Panhellenic Council . . . Greek Caucus . Alpha Lambda Delta . . . Spurs. High grades in poly science. Margaret C'Mike'U Arnold beats a hot typewriter in the Graduate Manager's office and rests at Forney Hall, where she was president. Member of Mortar Board . . . ASUI secretary . . . Spurs . . . Maid of Honor at the May Fete last year. Received the Mary E. Forney award. As a trosh intramural debater she talked herself into being a winner. Plans to combine marriage and her diploma this month. X3 t ihXXVNx Xx Maurice Paulsen, Blot and Argman from Sioux Falls, is the junior journalist in charge of our campus funnymagazine. Calls the Belt house and KUOI ton "Paulsen Playhouse" nightsi home. Writes, directs, and acts in his and other's plays. Wears the blue of the USN, is a "big gun" in Eagle 8: Anchor. Curtain Club . Sigma Delta . . . Phi Eta Sigma. These seniors typify well-rounded collegiate careers mxx .amxxwwmmmx Marion tuGeneral" or just plain HIkth Eisen- hauer from up Post Falls way takes cooking and sewing in the Ad Building and presides over fraternity meetings at 720 Deakin, home of the Pi Phi maidens. President of Mortar Board and Phi Upsilon Omicron . . . Junior class vice- president . . . Westminster Guild . . . Panhellenic Council , . . WAA . i . Hell Divers. MwwyMwymmwa Mike t"In this comer, at 170 pounds, the Jersey City Kidl'U Williamson is manager of the boxing team and, for a little fellow, is a big activity mani Firm "dictator" of Pine Hall . . . HI" Club . . . Blue Key . . . ASUI Executive Board. A business major with one ambitioneto make a good living without working, preferably doing nothing for an airline; he is now Hmaking contacts." and although but a few of those hWN ,t hWi -, t , m ' John Reid was Chrisman Hall president last fall and retained a seat on ASUIts Executive Board, is a merchandising-advertising major in the business school. Another independent thinker on the Independent Caucus, general efficiency plus: Junior Chamber of Commerce representa- tive. The Iowa "loverboy" has a reputation for dating all of the good-lookinq frosh women. x ti? g g the W G Bonnie Burnside, the Rupert blonde, has a Beta pin chained to her Alpha Phi badge and will soon be involved in the mysteries of the domestic art. As the AWS orientation chairman, "B2" acted as a lighthouse tor a bevy of bewildered frosh. Trots to the local high school for practice teaching. Canterbury Club . . . Spurs . . . Gem index editor. Geneva Ferguson, North Dakotan prexy of the Gamma Phi tribe, is a member of Delta Sigma Rho tshe debates, toot and Mortar Board secre- taryi Arg news editor last fall . . . Spurs . . . Alpha Lambda Delta . . . a test tube jockey in Science Halli Is well staked out with a Phi Delt pin and third finger ttrockW As a pledge, was called "Nitrous Oxide" tgiggling gast, still shakes the house with giggles. Art Riddle of Boise rode the crest this year, with his Iasonic jabber, as chief Argonaut scribe. uWe've got to meet the deadline" moans little "Dooley" on Mondays and Thursdays. He hangs his laundry in the Phi Delt house, Nest, and an old beat-up black Plymouth. Activities include Sigma Delta . . . ASUI Handbook editor . . . University Singers . . . Sophomore Week chair- man . . . Blue Key. deserving praise, Betty Jean "BJ." Ingraham graduated at semes- ter and lives in the Forney Hall "Greek Colony." Just short of a "4-pointer," she has a speaking acquaintance with 90 per cent of campus popu- lation. "Beej" is a zoology major from Calgary. skis whenever possible. International Relations Club prexy . . . AWS Council . . . Gamma Phi pledge trainer . . . Student Activities Board . . . Vandal Ski Club treasurer. Polly Harris, the petite Pocatello Pi Phi Pan- hellenic president, majored in poly science, but Hmajored" in golf and dramatics ther favorite role: "Popova" in uThe BearHi, is best known as "Karen Andre," the sex slayer, in "The Night of January 16." Sparkling grades, a little big- wheel in Greek Caucus leads in KUOI dramatics . . . Blot . . . Gem. Attended UCLA, Actors' Lab school in Los Angeles. Wants to join the Foreign Service. 979a w Boyd Hansen, a Moscowvite tIdaho, that isi with a golfing bent, is president of Blue Key and a past member of Silver Lance. ASUI Executive Board . . . Homecoming committee . . . Sig Chi gavel man and uhouse mouse," spends his spare time tis this possible in a business-law curricu- lumw worrying about how to earneor other- wiseehis first million. Don Robertson, a Nampan who builds ski lodge fireplaces but doesn't ski, directed Gem pho- tography for two years; his most enjoyable job was photographing this year's beauty section. A familiar sight on campus, HHypo" ta staunch defender of Pi Phi womanhoocD knows many faces, but, between assignments, had time to learn too few names. Vandal Ski Club director . . . Sigma Delta . . . Blot. . . Ir. Chamber of Commerce. Eve C'E.Bob"i Smith, tiny, energetic Theta presi- dent, has been president of more organizations than most of us belong to. A high grade-point accounting major . . . Sweetheart of Sigma Chi . . . Gem queen . . . Spurs . . . Mortar Board . . . sophomore and junior class officer. Displays a left hand diamond which will be supplemented with a plain gold band this summer. What! no office job? Barbara CtBubee-Nose BB-Eyes'U Bedwell, fashionamodel faced artist ther scholastic majori from Los Angeles, has dabbled with Blot, Argo- naut, Gem drawings, and attended summer school. Worked on the Homecoming and Junior week committees, dramatics stage crew. Helped give birth to Joe Mediocre, s.i.m., and perches at the Nest. A Navy veteran and Gem queen, Barby wears the kite of the Thetas and isn't pinned or engaged . . .1 they symbolize the achievements of the Class of 9458. r e w b r .m m m e h T XX Adami, Henry C., Wallace Adams, Willard N., Riqby Akers, Dwight M., Palo Alto, California Alldaffer, Robert C., Burley Ames, William F., Huron, South Dakota Andersen, Wilford H., Central Anderson, Beulah, Shelley Anderson, Beverly M., Genesee Anderson, George R, Boise Anderson, Flora T., Central Angelo, John, Clifton, New Jersey Armstrong, Ervin CA, Lapwai Ator, Dallas G., Coeur d'Alene Babin, James D., Wallace Bagley, Frederick 12., Boise Balderston, Lee 12., Omaha, Nebraska Bales, Charline, Caldwell Bales, John F., Caldwell Barnes, Dawn L., Rupert Barnes, Harold T., Blackfoot Barnes, Herbert D. Elmhurst, Illinois Barrus, Jean L., Blackfoot Barrus, Ruel H., Blackfoot Baits, Betty L., Wallace Beal, Ernest M., Minneapolis, Minnesota Becher, Theodore R, Twin Falls Beck, Lawrence 1..., Post Falls Bedwell, Stuart E., Los Angeles, California Oh, yes, the Juniors . . . Benjamin, Carlos L., Salmon Benjamin, Dale 13., Forest Benjamin, Glen R, Winchester Bennett, Thomas R, Idaho Falls Berry, Billy E., Boise Berry, Marie R, Moscow Birgham, Lois H., Idaho Falls Black, James L., Colorado Springs, Colorado Blakely, Kathleen 1., Lisbon, North Dakota Bodker, Delmer M., Palouse, Washington Borg, Helen M., Moscow Bradford, Glen H., Hailey Brandt, Shirley 1., Spokane, Warshington Branton, James 1., Foxworth, Mississippi Brewster, Irene M., McCall Briggs, William W., Boise Brockie, James L., Rupert Brooks, Bennie L., Mountain Home Brough, Lowell F., Salmon Brown, Darrell E., Smelterville Brown, Dean B., San Mateo, California Brown; Fred C., Kamiah Brown, James F., Montpelier Brown, Louis B., Idaho Falls Brown, Patricia L., Fruitland Brown, Raymond W., Shoshone Browne, Robert W., Twin Falls Burcham, Ralph IL, Cleveland, Ohio those who have achieved that 64know-it-allay 100k . . . Burgess, Georgia, Twin Falls Burkharf, Howard, Tacoma, Washington Bush, Milan, Malad Butler, Frances, Bliss Bybee, Edward, Parma Byrne, Alfred, Grangeville Calvert, John, Butte, Montana Camm, Albert G., Coeur d'Alene Campbell, David, New Meadows Campbell, Donald, Sandpoint Campbell, George, Grangeville Carothers, Norman, Sandpoint Chamberlain, Gaylord B., Coeur d'Alene Chichester, Ben, Sandpoint Churchill, William, Moscow Clark, John, Malad Cleaveland, Elbert C., Chevy Chase, Maryland Clements, Reed, Lewiston Cochrane, Byron, Cambridge Coiner, George, Hansen Cole, I. W., Preston Coleman, Jane, Spokane, Washington Colvardl Patricia, Weiser Conley, Donald H., Wallace Conrad, Mary F., Castleford Cooper, Lucille, Weiser Cornwall, Jean W., Moscow Cox, Jeanne, Sheridan, Wyoming which seems to be an upperclassmanas trade-mark . . . Cramer, Charlotte A., Lewiston Crane, George R., Montpelier Crawford, Harold R. In, Port Angeles, Wash. Crawford, Marjorie B., Wallace Crockett, James B., Fargo, North Dakota Crouch, Robert B., Oakley Curtis, Thomas H., Montour Daffer, Helen A., Weiser Dammarell, Neil 5., Craigmont Danquist, Hazel C., Moscow Davidson, William T., Moscow Davis, Clifford L., Blackfoot wv y WWW Day, Patrick 0., Boise Deerkop, Barbara 1., Palouse, Washington Deerkop, Ellen E., Palouse, Washington DeKlotz, Mary E., Filer Demuzio, Gene, Eagerville, Illinois DeNeaI, Larry, Moscow Diehl, William T., Jerome Denman, Alvin L., Idaho Falls Deobald, William A., Kendrick Dimick, Dean F., Montpelier Dion, Joseph F., Emmett Dolgner, Darrell D., Coeur d'Alene Dominick, Robert F., Nampa Dore, Marguerite B., Wallace Dowling, James H., Hamilton, Montana Draper, Kenneth D., Fort Hall Drenker, Emil G., Thornwood, New York Driscoll, James D., Moscow Dwyer, Patricia A, Twin Falls Early, Geraldine M., Moscow Eastman, William B., Boise Eddington, Henry K., Sugar Eimers, Gilbert W., Grangeville Elliott, Jack B., Nampa Ellis, Douglas L., Sandpoint Ellis, John E., Washington Erickson, Kenneth W., Springfield, Massachusetts Erickson, LaVerne 3., Moscow Erlick, Abraham, Bronx, New York Evans, Aaron D., New Plymouth Fairchild, Richard 13., Moscow Farmer, Frederick H, Moscow Farmer, James E. Gooding Farrell, Robert E., Boise Feeney, Thomas W., Moscow Feldhusen, Jean M., Kimberly Feldhusen, John S., Kimberly Ferguson, Donald M., Wallace Fickling, Robert M., Sherman, Texas Finkelnburg, Douglas E., Hazelfon Fisher, Joseph B., Blackfoot Fisher, Reed T., Moscow Flory, Gary R., Culdesac Flynn, Rose D., Mo$cow learned how to sandwich classes between activities Forrey, Marion A., Mountain Home Forster, Robert L., Moclips, Washington Foskett, Sally 1., Pasco, Washington Frazier, George D., Beardstown, Illinois Fredericksen, John H., Bonners Ferry Frensdorf, Blanche E., Orofino Fugate, Carol 1., Aberdeen Galey, Frank 3., Boise Galvin, Maxine C., Middleton Garber, Everly A., Kellogg Garrett, Robert B., Wilder Garrison, Beverly1., Palouse, Washington Geisler, Blair M., Rigby Gerber, Harold EH Twin Falls Gessel, Verl L., Opportunity, Washington Gilb, Charles E. Twin Falls Gilbert, Nada, Preston Giles, Thomas F., Pocatello Gleason, Vilas M., Pierce Godecke, Stanley H., Minden, Nevada Goldsberry, Kenneth B., Sentinel Butte, North Dakota Graham, Guy C., Siloam Springs, Arkansas Granlund, Arthur W., Deary Grant, Violette R, Nampa Graves, James L., Portland, Oregon Greaves, Dorothy D., Preston Green, Shirley K., Seattle, Washington Green, Patricia 1., Tacoma, Washington and they always find time for a short Greenough, Virginia 1., Spokane, Washington Greenway, Shirley V., Seattle, Washington Gregory, 1ean F., St. Maries Griffin, Frederick B., Boise Guilfoy, Thomas P., Bovill Hadley, Keith 1., Pocatello Halley, Phyllis 13., Boise Hansen, William D., Moscow Hanson, Bruce 0., Nampa Hardin, Robert A., Paul Haroldsen, George 1., Idaho Falls Harris, Bud 8., Idaho Falls Harris, Margaret C., Wallace Harrop, Edith M., Driggs Hasbrouck, Willa M., Cascade Hayes, Walter C., Hayden Lake Haymond, Shirley L. Genesee Haynes, Donald G., Russell, Kansas Hays, William D., Boise Hege, Clark C., Spokane, Washington Helmsworth, Frank F., Moscow Henricus, John F., San Francisco, California Herrington, Lois M., Boise Hoobing, Alice M., Portland, Oregon Hoffbuhr, Walter H., Klamath Falls, Oregon Hofmann, Carol 1., Moscow Holden, Betty 1., Idaho Falls Holderness, Ruby EL, Sandpoint at the Nest and dancing at the Bucket. W Holen, Dorothy M., Evanston, Illinois Holland, John T., Basin, Wyoming Holland, Maurice E., Bovill Hooper, Diana P., Kellogg Hoops, lune E, Twin Falls Hopper, Joseph F., Twin Springs Horninq, Charles E., Wallace Horton, George R, Nampa Howard, Ella Marie C., Idaho Falls Howard, Harry W., Harvey Howard, Harry T., Ahsahka Howard, Harry W. Howard, Polly 1., Iuliaetta Howard, William B., Moscow Hudson, Dewey, Twin Falls Hughes, Alice 1., Moscow Hughes, Roland F., Moscow Hunt, William W., Kuna Hurless, Harry 13., Jerome Hussey, Basil L., Pocatello Hveem, Frank M., Southbury, Connecticut Hyde, Paul B., Hayden Lake Iglesias, Rashio 1., Mountain Home Ingalls, James W, Coeur d'Alene Inghram, Retha M., Lapwai Jain, Walter L., Lapwai Jardine, Maimie E., Coeur d'Alene Jasper, Mary A., LaGrande, Oregon They have held unheralded positions on publications . . . Jenkins, Caroline, Sugar City Jensen, Jeanette 1., Jerome Jensen, Stanley 1., Blackfoot Jess, Donald A., Grand View Iohansen, Jack D., Orofino Johnson, Geraldine, Seattle, Washington Johnson, Monte 12., Boise Johnson, Nolan H., Nampa Johnson, Norman 5., Twin Falls Johnston, Chloe I., Kellogg Jones, Betty L., Rupert Judd, Harry L., Greer Julian, Donald E., Idaho Falls Julian, Gordon R, Idaho Falls Kateron, Mary M., Careywood Kavanaugh, Joseph H., Lewiston Keating, Warren W., Coeur d'Alene Keithley, Carol R, Midvale Kelley, Helen P., Farragut Kenyon, Wallace 13., Kellogg Kerby, Mark W., Juliaetta Kerka, Helen M., Lewiston Kettenbach, Jean E., Calgary, Canada Kiler, Alvard R., Boise Kilpatrick, Mary E., Weiser Kimberling, Marvin 8., Moscow King, Donald F., San Jose, California King! Wilbur D., Heyburn excelled on committees, in musical events, athletics . Klink, George F., Burley Kinnison, Frances D., Hawaii Kinsey, Henry A., Shoshone Kirk, William A., McCall Klink, GerFld E., Burley Kneale, Anita 1., Tekoa, Washington Kornher, Helen L., Gooding Kramer, Richard B., Opportunity, Wash. Kramer, Robert 1., Spokane, Washington Kramer, Douglas D., Gooding Krier, Jessica H., Moscow LaFrenz, John R, Coeur d'Alene Lantor, Irving, Renton, Washington Laragan, Marcey M., Hagerman Largent, Dean 13., Sandpoint Largent, Harold W., Sandpoint Larson, Gene F., Coeur d'Alene Larson, Lawrence W., Meridian Laurent, Thomas 1-1., Atlanta, Georgia Lea, George D., St. Paul, Minnesota Leeper, Robert D., Lewiston Lein, John N., Spokane, Washihgton Leonard, Robert I., Casper, Wyoming Lepak, Joseph W., Weiser Leuschel, Betty F., Lewiston Lewis, Jack F., Spokane, Washington Lindstrom, Jeanne K., Lewisville Linnenkamp, John R, Hasper, Iowa laying the groundwork for holding executive positions. Lomanl Betty L., Sandpoint Luther, Martin Ir., Placerville, California McClun, Catherine A., Preston McClure, James A., Payette McFaul, Edmund D., Ione, Washington McIntyre, William A., Coeur d'Alene McKay, Angus R, Duluth, Minnesota McKay, Margan P. Jr., Kellogg McKevitt, Richard T., Spokane, Washington McKinney, Charles C., Hillshore, Oregon McLerran, Sheridan F., Meridian McMullen, Sally A., Boise McNamara, Margaret 1., Great Falls, Montana McPherson, Walter H., Post Falls McQueen, Irel 8., Preston McQuinn, Chester A., Moscow MacGregor, Wayne C. 11"., Yakima, Washington Madsen, Janet L., Lewiston Magee, Patricia 1., Genesee Magden, Ronald E., Boise Magnuson, Richard G., Wallace Malstrom, Leonard W., Leslie Mann, James 12., Jerome Mariner, Barbara N.. Spokane, Washington Markeson, Clyde Bu Idaho Falls Marks, Emanuel G., Spokane, Washington Marriott, Merle E., Conda Martin, Donald R., Butte, Montana Their talent is recognized and developed. Martindale, Loreta E., Boise Matson, Elsa, Potlatch Matthews, William TH Moscow Meech, Lawrence R, Twin Falls Menge, John A., Milwaukee, Wisconsin Merz, Wanda B., Heyburn Meserve, Carl G., Sandpoint Metlen, Robert W., Pocatello Michel, Eugene M., Plummer Mickelson, Ardelle S., Lago Miller, John H., Wallace Miller. Roger W., Lewiston Mills, Marian E., Coeur d'Alene Mitchell, James B., Spokane, Washington Mitchell, Jesse P., Troy Moran, Phyllis W., Sandpoint Morbach, Robert N., Bellwood, Nebraska Morley, John W., Idaho Falls Morris, Marjorie A., Pasadena, California Morrow, Robert B., Anaconda, Montana Mueggler, Walter F., Caldwell Murray, Barbara 1., Boise Mylander, Verda M., Salmon Neal, James 0., Boise Neill, Harold V., Boise Nelson, Dale W., Moscow Nelson, Mardelle L., Emmett Nelson, Richard E., Spokane, Washington T hey have chased after the pale dream of knowledge . . . mxm BW they have Neumayer, George 1., Bonners Ferry Newell, Elizabeth M., Caldwell Newport, Richard A , Spokane, Washington Nicodemus, Gerald N., Worley Nixonl Richard H., Moscow Nodell, Lois 1., Boise Norman, Sigvald H., Coeur d'Alene O'Kelley, George W., Redding, California Ogsbury, Donovan C., Spokane, Washington Ohms, Richard E., Fayette Ottosen, Louis H., Lewiston Packenham, Arthur C., Moscow Palmer, Albert N., Boise Passmorel Robert W., Moscow Patten, Diane M., Glendale, California Payne, Margaret RU Rexburg Pearson, Sam A., Caldwell Pease, James 12., Minneapolis, Minnesota Peters, John D., Post Falls Petersen, Floyd R, Moscow Peterson, Charles M., Spokane, Washington Peterson, Jack A., Des Moines, Iowa Peterson, Julius G., Wendell Pettijohn, Robert. Melba Pettijohn, William C , Castleford Pharris, Carl 1., Hazelton Pharris, Earl R., Hazelton Pickerd, Eggert G., Moscow Bickett, Harvette, Moscow Powell, Birney W., Shoshone Pratt, Clifford L., Granqeville Radermacher, Katherine E., Moscow Rankin, Dorothy 1., Boise Rappaport, Lawrence, Brooklyn, New York Reed, Iune L., Rigby Reese, Catherine L., Pocatello Reinhardt, Howard E., Lewiston Renfrow, Jerry F., Wendell Reynolds, Jack M., Weiser Rice, Donald G., Jerome Rice, Everett 5., Declo Rice, Helen, Declo Richards, Dianne, Soda Springs Rinard, John E., Greenleaf Robins, Charles M., Coeur d'Alene Robinson, Patricia L., Nampa Rogge, Charles A., Weiser Ryan, Edward G., Gooding Ryan, Harold L., Weiser St. Clair, Bernard W., Pendleton, Oregon Saari, Mauno 1., McCall Sabiston, Jane K., Spokane, Washington Sandmeyer, Ruth, Boise Sandquist, Helen R, Troy Sanford, June P., Glenns Ferry Saunders, Orrin 12., Harpster of Idaho which lies beyond books and buildings. mxmmxxxxxxx - mxxmxxxxxxxwxxxxx They look forward to Schaffner, Donald G., Downers Grove, Illinois Schaplowsky, Pauline F., Nezperce Schiferl, Charles M., Boise Schlader, Irma C., Orofino Schmid, William J., New Plymouth Schmidt, Stanley 13., Hayden Lake Schmitt, Bernard N., Boise Schmitt, David W., Milwaukee, Wisconsin Schou, Beverly R, Pocatello Scofield, Joan, Boise Scott, Richard E., Moscow Schrank, Douglas A., Twin Falls Schretenthaler, Joseph H. Schwertley, Margaret A., Boise Sharp, Gene L., Spokane, Washington Shaver, William D., Moscow Shelton, Stephen D., Moscow Shiell, Jacqueline W., Bonners Ferry Shreve, Joseph M., Spokane, Washington Siiohn, Henry 1., Plummer Simons, Geraldine F., Hazelton Sluder, Howard L., Richfield Smart, Ross A., Paris Smith, Carrie E., Clarksfork Smith, Don C., Moscow Smith, Donald E., Moscow Smith, Kenneth, Moscow Smith, Theron E., Challis Smith, Virginia F., Lewiston Snook, Mary L., Orofino Sorenson, Elmer T., Burley South, George E. Jr., McCall Spence, Martha 13., Redwood City, California Spencer, Robert W., Coeur d'Alene Spoerhase, James F., Spokane, Washington Stanfield, Geraldine A., Weiser Starner, Adson E, Coeur d'Alene Stevenson, Gerald R, Espanola, Washington Stivers, Harold W., Boise Strom, Robert C., Kellogg Story, Charles F., Spokane, Washington Storms, Garnet 0., Winchester Sutton, Ladd, Caldwell Sundeen, John D., Bonners Ferry Swanson, Gerald R., Coeur d'Alene Sweet, William E., Meridian Taylor, Donna L., Preston Taylor, Jack T., Idaho Falls Taylor, Jean A., Buhl W I Taylor, John R., Moscow Tudder, Thomas W., Lewiston Terriere, Glen L., Gooding Terrill, Robert B., Blackfoot Terwilleger, Guy E. In, Boise Thiel, Daren G., Boise Thomas, Richard W., Sandpoint to rounding out their collegiate careers, Thometz, Katherine K, Twin Falls Tipsword, Rolland F., Beecher City, Illinois Tobin, John T, Idaho Falls Toothman, Davis C., Twin Falls Tovey, Mary S., Malad Townley, Harry 1., Weiser Traeger, Barbara H , Conda Tremewon, Raye A., Boise Tuller, Mildred R, Boise Turner, Joann B., Rupert Turner, Richard W., Spokane, Wash. Voeller, Carl 1., Dayton, Ohio Vukich, John M., Spokane, Washington Waddell, Annette L., Garfield, Washington Walk, Howard P., Lewiston Walter, William C., Spokane, Washington Waltman, Gwendolyn B., Kellogg Walton, Eileen, Fairfield Ward, Judith L., Boise Ward, Perry B., Marion, North Carolina Ward, Roland C., Boise Watanabe, Marion K., Harrah, Washington Weeks, David F., Burley Weitz, Margaret M., Caldwell Wessel, Edgar R., Roy, Utah Westervelt, Donald W., New Meadows Westoverl Richard M. Jr., Moscow Wetherbee, Thelma M., Kootenai White, Janet B., Lewiston Whiting, Yvonne M., Weiser Whitson, Beverly R, San Diego, California Wilhelm, Vernon H., Coeur d'Alene Wilkins, Thomas M., Caldwell Wilson, Kent H., Moscow Wilson, Peter B., Coeur d'Alene Wimer, Ruth C4, Burke Witcher, Donald H., Billings, Montana Wittman, Joan M., Lewiston Wood, William D., Idaho Falls Woodroff, George A., Boise Worthington, Robert W., Lewiston Wright, John W., Spokane, Washington Yocum, Theodore W., Moscow Young, Floyd F., Coeur d'Alene Young, Grant L, Idaho Falls Yurchenco, Valentine W., Bridgeport, Conn. Ziemann, John O., Bovill ZoEell, Rex 8., Roman, Montana Anderson, Faye L , Idaho Falls Beeson, LeRoy E., Spokane, Washington $31.:Y?' .4 r5315 ' 11?; Muzxxmm' ,v swam 227 x - Don Evans, Bill Sweet, Ian Gerber, John Morley This year's Junior Week was titled HCampaign Capers," and had every living group on the campus madly campaigning for its presidential candidate. Although stump speeches were given, posters decorated the campus for days, and a parade and iiPresidential Ball" were held to climax the activities, not one of the candidates was elected-ot the great past presidents nominated, only Hoover is still living, and this wasn't a Republican year on the Idaho campus. The Delts and Kappas walked off with first prizes for the best campaigns, and the Fijis and Hays Hall came out second. Don Evans guided the reins for the juniors, and John Morley held the position of Vice-president. Jan Garber, Who was president of the sophomore class last year, was secretary. Bill Sweet took over the duties of treasurer. Dave Weeks is a Burley business major and ASUI vice-president . . . also president of Inde- pendent Caucus, and a clever politician. In the past he has debated on the varsity team and served on the Student-Faculty Council . . . gen- nial and efficient . . . representative of the ASUI Executive Board to the High School Govern- ment Assembly in southern Idaho. Me 4; tw a i Everly Ann Uani Garber is the Gamma Phi with one of the friendliest smiles on campus . . . presided over sophomore class and Hell Divers' meetings . . . elected AWS president for next year by university women, junior advisor of the Spurs, and member of Westminster Guild, Ian has a finger or two in about every campus pie . . . also past president of Spurs and junior class secretary. MW e Beverly Whitson, a petite New Yorker magazine fiend from SangDiego, hammered the PiPhi gavel and was their scholarship chairman for two terms . a sociology major, collects 12-inch records, claims to be a good cookea rare talent! But no ideas, boys, she wears a Sigma Chi en- gagement pin . . Greek Caucus . . West- minster Guild . . . Mental Hygiene Club . . . Attic Club. Howard Reinhardt of Lewiston makes pledges into little Sigma Chis . . . Gem copy editor . . . Argonaut feature editor and rabble rouser via the editorial page . A member of Phi Eta Sigma with top grades, 'tRiney" sings a fine monotone part in serenades . . . you might think him a journalism majorhbut you're wrong; hes a mathematician XVW f Ne I ' w' MMMM' w .M Harry Howard, smooth-looking and smooth- operating Pineman from Ahsahka adahoE, directs the activities of uthat powerful little five- watter down in Pine Ridge," KUOI, and writes the sports section for the Argonaut . . . an- nounced football and basketball for said trans- mitter . . Inter-Church Council . . semester pledged TKE. second Mary Sue Tovey is the new assistant power in Forney Hall and secretary of the Independent Caucus and AWS . . . worked on election board 'til she ran for ASUI Executive Board. Sister of a sophomore politician, she was program direc- tor for Westminster Guild . . . Gem staff . . . COeed Code editorial staff . . . Spur, Homecom- ing committee chairman, fiddled with the Uni- versity Orchestra, and knits and purIs in her spare time. And here we have typical juniors . . , MW Wm Jim Day . . . a Sweet Haller from Twin Falls . . . takes home ec at the Nest each morning and takes off the excess calories while working out for track . . . his social activities make for better . an Irishman without a temper and a student of ag econ . . . Hall vice-president . . . Student Activities Board . . . ASUI Executive Board . . . Student-Faculty Council. Greco-Independent relations . . Chuck Gilb is the rotund president of Intertra- ternity Council and Greek Caucus i . . a town boy tfrom Twin Fallsi since he married a Tri- Delt and the Betas lost their president . . . plays with merchandising and advertising in the busi- ness school, baseball and philately in between times . . . Homecoming chairman . . . new prexy of Business School Chamber of Commerce . . . works at the S.U.B. at registration time to pay for his new Ford. Polly Howard . . . Nfiddles'l away her timeebut obviously not too much, as she's been a member of Alpha Lambda Delta and also received the Mortar Board scholarship placque . . . her Hbig lovel' is at present teaching down Nampa way . was a member of the All-Girl Singing Orchestra and University Orchestra . . . besides this she plays the piano . . . lives at the music hall, but occasionally she drops in at Hays for a snooze or snack. Donna Lue Taylor . . Forneyite haling from Preston in the deep south tsouth Idaho, that isi . rare combination of philosophy and wit . . . attends women's house presidents' meetings . . . and has a flair for writing . . . loves riding a bicycle second to hiking . . being a Spur, Inter Church Council notetaker, and Forney social chairman kept her busy last year . Independent Caucus and Council have always found her a willing worker. $$WWZIW ,WWWR'WWWWAEWWWWW faj'WWWW t ' ,, W mm WWWWK WWWQWWgWyZWWWW W t tt t WWWWWW MW ; WWW Bruce Hanson, red-haired, cowboy shaped tfrom riding a red Ford converti Nampan . . . SAE president . . . frequents the DeeGee house so consistently that they've had to buy an extra chair . . . activities include Vandal Ski Club directorship . . . ASUI Executive Board . . . 3rd Finger Left Hand 0. Billmeyer, prexyt . . . Stu- dent Activities Board . . . tries to combine golf greens, pre-med, and skiing in one lifetime. Bud twe can't even spell, let alone pronounce, his middle namet Harris is the little Fiji who received the awards for his fraternity and was their favorite son last year for the position of ASUI president . . . an Idaho Faller, he majors in business and, surprisingly enough, likes his women very short . . . a member of Interfrater- nity Council . . . Junior Week Committee . . . Pep Band Show . . . HI" Vets Council . . . and on the side does a bit of portrait painting, has a fine Varga girl collection. activity minded . . . capable . . . earnest . . tops! N N 3 xNN N W m? M N N i N , aWN V N? ' , I W 4? m ,w .Nl N 73 ?KWy V N NNN , , y l? y' NWW W W X2, a W 4, N 7 z INA H W Nylaxm quty InfirmaFY n1 ,, N' Zita Saphamm your 129 ME. . . Abbott, Charles, Fairfield Abshire, Charles, Buhl Acock, Robert, Rupert Adams, Patsy, EmmeH Adsero, Robert, Coeur d'Alene Albright, Marvel, Lewiston Allen, Kenneth, Rigby Allen, Lafayette, Idaho Falls Amon, Ardell, Nampa Anderson, Alma, Boise Anderson, Alice, Squirrel Anderson, Carl, Idaho Falls Anderson, Dale, Weiser Anderson, Dennett, Twin Falls Anderson, Lavern. Genesee Anderson, Maxine, Troy Androes, Elaine, Emmett Anol Robert, Wallace Armstrong, Catherine, Lapwai Aschenbrener, Edward, Nampa Ashby, James, Bruneau Ashworth, Charles, Fayette Asker, John, Grangeville Atwood, Alan, Lewiston Auger, Sylvia, Boise Baer, William, Nyssa, Oregon Bahr, Ella, Gooding Bailey, Lois, Nampa Baker, Ted, Irwin Baldwin, Douglas, Osburn Ballew, George IL, Jerome Barbee, Frank, Caldwell Barinaga, John, Castleford Barker, Donna, Goodinq Barnes, Lick, Ogden! Utah Barnes, Patricia, Boise Barnett, Marcus, Lewiston Barron, Margaret, Twin Falls Barrus, Neil, Blackfoot Barton, Milton, Kooskia Barton, Robert, Wendell Base, Betty, Richfield Batchelor, Patricia, Burke Bates, Mary, Drigqs Bath, Lawrence, Driggs At last . . . asophomore! Batt, Philip, Wilder Baugh, Vida, Goodinq Baum, Glen, Hazelton Baumgartner, Donald, Genesee Bean! Elizabeth, Teton City Bean, William, Wendell Beard, Wayne, Eagle m .gMJ. . L, ' 1,..4: Beardsley, Alice, Weiser Beasley, Norris! Coeur d'Alene Becher, Arthur, Twin Falls Beckman, Fred, Emmett Bell! Gerald, Coeur d'Alene Bemis, Robert, St. Maries Benedict, Clinton, Moscow Bennett, AarL Carey Benson, Ralph, Caldwell Bergstrom, John, Sandpoint Bermensolo, Claudio, Mountain Home Berriochoa, Luis, Mountain Home Bideganetal John, Mountain Home Bielenberg, Leonard, Genesee Bienz, Darrel, Bern Bills, Ramona, Emmett Bishop, Winston, Twin Falls Bitter, Ralph, Worley Black, Richard, Saint Maries Blade, Evabelle, Spokane, Washington Blanton, Jimmy, Nampa Blei, Truman, Murtaugh Boehm, Raymond, Banners Ferry Bohna, Charles, Boise Bolingbroke, Vaun, Billings, Montana Bellman, Margaret, Moscow Bonin, Pete, Hailey Borg, John, Moscow Borgen, Donald, Genesee Bowen, Betty, Roberts Boyd, Thomas, Twin Falls Boyle, Louis, Idaho Falls Boyle, Richard, Idaho Falls Brabb, George, Jerome Bradbury, Mildred, Challis Breier, Mary Jane, Lewiston Briggs, Kenneth, Murtaugh Briggs, Lane, Great Falls, Mont. Briggs, William, St. Anthony Brighton, Don, Mackay Brown, Gladne, Nampa Bruins, Franklin! Boise Bruins, H. Williams, Boise Buck, Donald, Emmett Bunge, Donald, Spokane, Washington Burch, Iunel Coeur dAlene Burgess, Gloria, Twin Falls Burleigh, Katherine, Murtaugh 4,11er z Bush, Eugene, Idaho Falls Butler, Vance, Bliss Calhoun, James, Farmville, Virginia Campbell, Bernice, New Meadows Campbell, Charles, Burley Campbell, Omar, Weiser Cane, Dell, Bonners Ferry Cannon, Joseph, Baker Caple, Ruth, Coeur d'Alene Carlson, Herbert! Wallace those who have struggled through two years Carnie, Marybelle, Coeur d'Alene Carothers, Lloyd, Sandpoint Carpenter, Ralph, Boise Carson, Allan, Moscow Carson, Ellen, Ontario, Oregon Carter, Margaret, Boise Caswell, William, Seattle, Washington Chaney, Ronald, Kellogg Chastain, Ross, Boise Chatfield, Leslie, Richfield Chetwood, Lolita, Kamiah Christensen, Anna, Idaho Falls Christensen, Neal, Idaho Falls Christensen, Robert, Idaho Falls Christensen, Clair, Sandpoint Churchman, Wilson, Jerome Clark! Charles, Paul Clark, Kenneth, Kellogg Clark, Marilyn, Burley Clark, Welden In, Twin Falls Clegg, Joseph, Grace Code. William, Boise Cole, Wayne, Grangeville - 2 Collins, Barbara, Coeur d'Alene- Colvard, Richard, Weiser Colwell, Bruce, Hope Comstock, Gerald, Palouse, Washington Cone, Elden, Bonners Ferry Cone, Irma, Grangeville Congdon, Darrell, Sandpoint Conine, Wallace, Preston Coon, Laura, Mohler Cooper, Donald, Challis Cooper, Janice, Salmon Crabtree, Robert, Idaho Falls Craddock, Carolyn, Boise Craig, Eugene, Jerome Cranston, Margaret, Boise Creason, Charles, Rupert Creel, Wilfred, Spokane, Wash. Criml Carmel, Weiser Cross, Ralph, Soda Springs Curtis, Leverett, Cashmere, Wash. Cutler, John, Boise Cutler, Newton, Oaksdalel Wash. Dahle, Donald, Arco Daily, Paul, Craigmont Dalva, Harry, Priest River Dammarell. Jean, Craigmonf Darwin, Sheila, Lewiston Day, Patrick, Boise Day, Paul, Boise Day, Rex, New Meadows Dean, Lee, Hollisler Dedrick, Keith, Goodinq Deeds, Howard, Richfield DeHaven, Harry, Moscow Demick, Eli, Salmon Denison, Richard, Coolin Denevan, Helen, Bovill Deobaldl Gabriella, Kendrick DePalmo, Jesse, Rupert DePartee, James, Buhl Dewey, Norman, Moscow Diehl, Gerald, Jerome with only two more Dinnison, Richard, Orofino Dodge, George, Nampa Doner, Glenn, Wilder Doyle, Jack, Spokane, Washington Draper, Betty, Council Driggs, Ora L., Gooding Driscoll, James, Moscow Driver, William, Joplin, Missouri Dulin, Ralph, Coeur d'Alene Dummitt, Harold,- Gooding Duncan, Catherine, Boise Dunson, Lewis, Spokane, Washington Easton, Gene, Paul Eaton, Clarence, Wendell Echeverria, Isaac, Mountain Home Edwards, Victor, Wallace Eke, Margaret, Moscow Elam, Jo Anne, Boise Ellis, Donald, Kooskia Ellis, Marlow K,, Ogden, Utah ?2 , Emerson, William, Genesee Endicott, Donald, Coeur d'Alene English, Robert, Stoneham, Mass. Erickson, Charles, Kellogg Erickson, Ernest, Troy Euscher, Mark, Lewiston Eyrich, Joseph, Potlatch Faber, Robert, Wallace Farnham, Norman, Fayette Famlun, Ella Marie, Ketchum Faulkner, Donald, Moscow Faull, Elford, Gardena Feely, John, Coeur d'Alene Field, Richard, Boise Fike, Richard, Kamiah Finlayson, Robert, Soda Springs Fisk! Roger, Parma Fitch, Carol, Fayette Flerchinger, Francis, Genesee Foley, Margaret, Idaho Falls Folkins, Dan, Worley Follett, George, Genesee Foster, Jeanne, Shelly Foster, Marion, Jerome Frandsen, Edward, Coeur d'Alene Fredericksen, John, Bonners Ferry Freeland, Joyce, Coeur d'Alene Freiermuth, Leo Jr., Parma Fulton, Alonzo, Worley Gabica, Henry, Middleton Galey, Dorothy, Boise Gallup, Lyvonne, Moscow Gandiago, Carmen, Boise Gardner, Daniel, Coeur d'Alene Gardner, H Eugene, Cascade Gardner, Lela, Idaho Falls Garlock, Richard, Portland, Oregon Garner, Joyce, Buhl Gartin, William, Boise Gaylord, Frank, Rose Lake Geertsen, Dorothy, Boise Geisler, Dick, Rigby Gerraughty, Elizabeth, Spokane, Wash. Gibbs, John, Burley Gibson, Burton, Boise provided they survive the 6 k?30pllom01t'te slump? Gidley, Howard, Caldwell Giesler, Harry, Fairfield Glarborg, George, Aberdeen Gochnour, Clyde, Burley Gooing, Billie, Parma Gordon, Beverly, Twin Falls Grant, Naoma, Nampa -. -U'lhlh n ImA M Gray, Shirley, Moscow Greenwood, Charlotte, Bonners Fy. Grieb, Donald, Headquarters Griff, Arthur, Twin Falls Grimm, Celo, Moscow , ' . 4' v A1; ' 4 . W4 Hall, Celia, Glenns Ferry V Hall, Maxon, Post Falls Hall, Zane, Rigby Halverson, Burnelda, Moscow Hamilton, John, Buhl Handel, Anna, Moscow Hansen, Orval, Idaho Falls Hansen, Welland, Bancroft Hanson, Wendell, Preston Hardin, Rolland, Palo Alto, California Harding, Merwin, Nezperce Harland, Rosemary, Caldwell Harper, Shirley, Fayette Haroldsen, Norman, Idaho Falls Harrigfeld, Chris, Ashton Harris, John, San Carlos, California Harris, Mildred, Burley Harris, Reed, Ririe Hartwell, Marian, Ketchum Haumont, Thomas, Wilder Hayes, Bethene, Twin Falls Hayes, Paul, Hayden Lake Heap, Lloyd, Fruitland Hedelius, Robert, Rexburg Heinrich, Beverly, Genesee Helmsworth, Gretchen, Moscow Henderson, Joel, Nezperce Henderson, Wynne, Nezperce Herrington, Helen, Boise Herzinger, Norman, Buhl Hill, Rhoda, Bonnets Ferry Hill, Ronald, Boise Hillman, Russell, Driggs Hindle, Barbara, Moscow Hilmer, Virginia, Moscow Hirschi, Gene, Shelley Hodge, Wilma, Palouse, Wash. Hollingworth, William, Cascade Holton, Norman, Emmett Hooper, Betty, Midvale Hooper, Bob, Midvale Hooper, Roy, Kellogg Horch, Alfred, Spokane. Wash. Horne, Lowell, Burley Hoskins, Leonard, Wendell Hoskins, Paul, Wendell Hove, Clarice, Troy Huff, James, Moscow Buffer, Ronald, Parma H'uhtala, Helmi, Cabinet Hunt, William, Carey Hunter, Jay, Rupert Hutton, John, Coulee Dam, WashA They have learned how to cram for iinals Iosef, Richard, Twin Falls Iackle, Erma, Moscow Jacobsen, Shirley, Rexburg Jacobson, Donald, Jerome Iausoro, Tony! Nampa Jensen, Edgar, Boise Jergensen, Keith, St. Anthony Johnson. Chester, Coeur d'Alene Johnson, Harold Johnson, James, Coeur d'Alene Johnson, Philip, Peck Johnson, Warren H. Kellogg Johnson, Warren E., Indian Valley Johnsfon, Clarence, Moscow Johnston, Donald, Coeur d'Alene Iohnsfone, Marjorie. Marsinq Jonas, Robert, St. Anthony Jones, Calvin, Menan Jones, Henry, Bruneau Jones, Khalil, Malad Jones, Leda, Idaho Falls Jones, John, Hagerman Jones, Lawrence, Malad Tones, Mary, Genesee x Jordan, Everett, Weippe 4!, Jordan, Patricia, Grangeville Judd, Hugh, Rupert Iuve, Henrik, Moscow Kane, Charles, Salmon Kawasoe, Ida, Weiser Kelly, Alene, Boise Kelly, Eugene, Gooding , Kelly, William, Gooding Kerfoot, Walter, Caldwell Kerr, Thomas, Preston Kersey, Samuel, St. Maries Kettenbach, Frank, Calgary, Canada I Kinney, Carl, Castleford l Kious, Wayne, Oakland, California Klaus, Delbert, Deepcreekl WashK Klemens, Oscar, Nampa Kloepfer, Richard, Boise Knapton, Barbara, New Meadows Knight, Russell, Gooding Knudsen, Jean, Wells, Nevada 1 ! :90": -r .. Knudtsen, Clifford, Coeur d'Alene Koelsch, William, Boise Koethhe, Dean, Spirit Lake Kohl, Fred, Salmon Korter, Joan, Moscow Kovich, George, St. Maries Lacy, Jacki Dallas, Texas Lampman, Marjorie, Moscow Lamson, Harry, Fairfield Laney, Harry, Burley Lanting, Pieternella, Rogerson Lapray, Donald, Filer Larsen, Gordon, Wallace Larsen, Keith, Rexburg Larson, Virgel, Pinehurst LaRue, Phyllis, Heyburn Laughlin, Dean, Ririe LaVoy, Corwin, Portlatch Lawrence, John, Idaho Falls Leaf, Acel, Lakefork use 10:30 permissions to advantage. Leaverton, Jack, Hope LeBerf, Leon, Priest River Leigh, LaDena, Parma Lenander, Shelby, Wardner Lenker, Burton, Long Beach, Calif. Lenz, Betty, Craigmont Lenzi, Bob, Idaho Falls Lesfer, Marilyn, Fenn Lewis, David, Twin Falls Lewis, Robert, Twin Falls Lieb, Leslie, Wallace Lieberg, Robert, Genesee Lind, William, Kendrick Lisle, Emmett, Parma Litchfield, Joan, Lewiston Lodge, Norman, Caldwell Long, Calvin, Jerome Long, Elbert, Kendrick Loofbourrow, Don, American Falls Loomis, Maurice, Meadows Lord, Charles, Fairfield Lowry, David, Craigmont Luce, Floyd, Boise Landstrom, Lennart, Deary Lyon, Calvin, Kamiah McClun, Dorothy, Preston McClure, Dorsel, Arco McCormack, Alvin, Lewiston McCormack, Kenneth, Lewiston McCune, Betty, Preston McFadden, Calvin, Nampa McFadden, Warner, Myrtle Point, Oregon McFrederick, Jack, Salmon McGuire, Jean, Helena, Montana McInnis, Anita, Priest River McKenny, Mary, Challis McManaman, Robert, Buhl McMasters, Galen, Hansen McMurtrey, Robert, Shelly McNealy, Delbert, Emmett McVicker, Laura, Boise MacPhee, Louis, Kellogg Mackey, Janet, Lewiston Maio, Dorothy, Priest River Marineau, William, Moscow Marks, Nathan, Spokane, Washington Marshall, Harold, Lewiston Marshall, Kenneth, Nampa Martin, Benny, Bruneau Masingill, Clifford, Fayette Masingill, Roland, Payette Maxwell, Donna, Boise Maxwell, Roger, Sandpoint Mayer, Roy, Potlatch . V Mayer, William, Lewiston Mayes, Gilford, Kellogg Mayo, John, Yakima, Washington Mecham, James, Blackfoot Meeks, June, Twin Falls Mendiola, Thomas, Mtn. Home Merrill, Wilson, Fairfield Merrill, Ruel, Pocatello Miller, Carol lean, Castleford Miller, Donald, San Francisco, Cal. Miller, Earl, Emmett Miller, Ieanne, Nampa Miller, Louise, Nezperce Miller, Nora, Ririe Miller, Thomas, Coronado, Calif. Mills, Donald, Nampa Mink, Edward, Weiser Mingus, Marilyn, Emmett Mitchell, Jacqueline, Idaho Falls Mizer, Billee, Nezperce Mochel, Alvon, Craigmont Modin, Mary, Boise Moffett, Russell, Smithfield, Utah Mooney, Edna, Coeur d'Alene Moore, Frank, Bellevue Morrison, Harry, Council Morrison, Melvin, Port Orchard, Wash. Mortensen, Max, Rexburg Morton, Charles, Salmon Morton, Howard, Pullman, Wash. Moulton, Floyd, Victor 6cHolly Whack,9 brought out their executive ability and Moulton, Robert, Homedale Muehlethaler, Charlie, Rathdrum Mulroney, Joan, Lewiston Muth, Barbara, McCall Nelson, John, Boise Nesbitt, John, Ola Nesbitt, Sherman, Eagle Ness, Elmer, Coeur d'Alene Newell, Robert, Ola Nicholas, Ronald, Malad Noble, Heber, Rupert O'Connell, Daniel, Potlatch O'Connor, James, Culdesac Officer, Julius, Boise Oliason, Kenneth, Meridian Olin, Glenn, Culdesac Olsen, Lorenzo, Weston Organ, Carol, Cambridge Orme, Robert, St. Anthony Ostler, Gary, Sugar City Ottenheimer, Berneice, Mountain Home Pabst, Richard, Gifford Parkins, Leray, Marsing Parsell, Richard, Kooskia Patrick, Richard, Spokane, Wash. Pauling, Donna, Wallace Paulsen, John, New Plymouth Paulson, Eleanor, Troy Peck, Ronald, Carey Pederson, Eugene, Genesee Pennell, Richard, Nezperce Peretti, Lawrence, Burke Perkins, Arthur, Lewiston Petersen, Aris, Lewiston Petersen, Ruth, Terreton Peterson, John, Winchester Peterson, Richard, Idaho Falls x Pettygrove. Robert, Hansen Pfeiffer, Frank, Challis Pfeiffer, Gladys, Challis Phelan, Isobelle, Osburn Phillips, Edgar, Kooskia Phillips, Wayne, Moscow Pickett, Hal, Oakley Pond, Robert, Idaho Falls next year will truly test their originality and vigor. Powell, George Powell, Richard, Moscow Pratt, Francis, Boise Pyles, Betty, Nezperce Radford, Raymond, St. Maries Rainey, Jack, Jerome Randall, Arthur, Lenore Randall, Beverlee, Craigmont Randall, Donald, Lenore Rathbun, Willard! Buhl Reed, Robert, Twin Falls Reich, Fred, Arco Reichert, Ruth, Filer Reinhardt! James! Lewiston Remaklus, Lawrence, Boise Remsberg, Homer, Caldwell Reynolds, Rita, Goodinq Rice, Arthur, Tacoma, Washington Rice, John. Gooding Richardson, Charles, Sf. Maries , ngx WMV I Rieman, Kieth, Twin Falls Rigby, Thomas, Idaho Falls Rigtrup, Robert, Burley Roberts, Orville, Donnelly Robinettel Jack, Boise Robinson, Walfer, Grace Robison, Delberi, Weiser Rockwood, Jerry! Iona Rogers, Norman! Winchesfer Rosen, Morris, New York, N.Y. Ross, Guy, New Meadows Ross, Paffon, Hazelton Rouse, Gareth, Bonners Ferry Rowberry, Edwin, Shelley Rowberry, Wilber, Fayette Rowe, John, Moscow Rowe, Neil, Moscow Rowell, Editha, Moscow Saad, Victor! Spokane, Wash. Sacht, William, Clarksfork Salo, Elmer, Mullah Samms, Herbert, Moscow Sanford, Thomas Saulie, Grant, Buhl Saulie. Theodore, Buhl Scarcello, Angelo, Rathdrum Schaff, Barbara, Weiser Schnell, Philip, Moscow Schulz, Phyllis, Idaho Falls Schumacher. Corrine, Colton, Wn. Scranton, Harvard, Camas, Washington Searle, Karl, Shelley Shalz, Bernard, Boise Sharp, Allen, Fayette Shaw, Vernita, Fayette Sherman, Scott, Idaho Falls Shiell, Geraldine, Bonners Ferry Shinn, Joseph, Twin Falls Shoun, Charles, Caldwell Silflow, Ida, Kendrick Silverthorn, Beverly, Moscow Sims, Harold, Porthill Skinner, George, Emmett Slack, Patricia, Homedale Sletager, Clyde, Samuels They are the future upper-classmen-those destined Smith, Oron, Moscow Smith, Patricia, Wallace Smiih, Richard, Blackfoot Smith, Shirley, Coeur d'Alene Smith, Thoma sl Boise Snow, lay, Burley Souders, Arnold, Kellogg Sparks, Calvin, Carney Stalling, Dale, Lewisville Staples, Joan, Coeur d'Alene- Stark, Gordon, Benton City, Washington Steger, Herman, Meridian Steiger, Robert, Ferdinand Stein, Alfred, Kellogg Stevenson! Betty, Kellogg Stevenson, Lynn, Idaho Falls Stevenson, Willard, Caldwell Stewart, Donaldl Boise Stewart, Wayne, Twin Falls Stommell Raymond, Boise x m: mm v ,vm mum m m, vww WWW a Stone, Lawrence, Jerome Stout, Jay, Burley Strange, Elenore, Boise Stratton, Merle, Worley Stucki, Bruce, Paris Sutton, Dwight, Caldwell Swendig, Joe, St. Maries Symmesl Whitman, Kellogg Takkinen, Verley, Lakefork Talbot, Glenn, Notus Tanner, George, Moscow Tanner, Shirley, Moscow Tapper, Lyle, Malad Tarbet, Shirley, Lewiston Taufen, Gladyne, Genesee Taylor, Gordon, Boise Teague, James! Great Falls, Montana Tederman, Robert, Wendell Tegge, John, Caldwell Tellin, Betty, Blackfoot Thacker, David, Paul Thayer, Averill, Hagerman Thomas, Helen. Dietrich Thomas, June, Glenns Ferry Thompson, Charles, Orofino Thompson, Darwin, Victor Thompson, Gwendolyn, Potlatch Thompson, Marjorie, Moscow Thrush, Glen, Plummer Tilley, Normanl Hansen Tindall, James, Grasmere Tisdale, Eldon, Twin Falls Titus, Darrel, Orofino Toevs, Richard, Ephrata, Wash. J: Tovey, Morgan, Malad Trees, Thomas, Chehalis, Washington Trout Betty, Troy Truesdell, Alan, Mullan Truesdell, Warren, Mullan Turnbull, Iohn, Carey Turnbull, Robert, Shoshone Utter, Donald, Hansen Utter, Marvin, Hansen Vallad, Marian, Emmett VanBuskirk, Edward, Nampa to carry on our Idaho traditions proudly. Vandenberg, John, Bonners Ferry VanEngeIen, Frederick, Twin Falls Van Epps, Burton, Nampa Van Riper, Charlotte, Jerome Vincent, Roger, Filer Vollrath, Robert, Soap Lake, Washington Vogt, Alton, Caldwell Voorhees, Donald, Twin Falls Wagner, John, Grangeville Walker, Donald, Parma Walker, Robert Hayden Lake Walker, Ross, St. Maries Walter, Donald, Anderson Dam Walter, Leo, Rupert Ward, Walter, Lapwai Wardrop, Charles, Spokane, Washington Watkins, Edmund; Moscow Watson, Virginia, Boise Way, Helen, Craigmont Webb, George, Lapwai mew M r'Vy'Vr'wf' . . ,V XXIIAVML Weber, Margaret, Moscow Weisgerber, Sherman, Boise Welch, Dwaine, Emmett Welch, Leslie, Emmett Wesierski, Dan, Milwaukee, Wis. West. Bette, Buhl Westbrook, Russell, Marsing Wheeler, Robert, American Falls White. John, Shoshone Whiteman, Donald! Cambridge Wicher, Daniel, Glenns Ferry Wiegele, Kenneth, Gem Wilcomb, Richard, Boise Wilcox, Avonne, Emmett Willetf, Frederick, Lewiston Williams, Edgar, Moscow Williams, George, Twin Falls Williams, Lewis, Boise Williams, Phyllis, Coeur d'Alene Wilson, George, Buhl Wilson, Peter! Culdesac Wimer, lean, Burke Winegarl Leo, Emmett Winston, Dale, Boise Whitcombl Marvin, Lewislon Wokersien, Thomas, Fairfield Wood, Betty, Osburn Woodland, William! Arimo Wren, Hazel, Ontario, Oregon Wright, Ruby, Moscow Wright, William, Lewiston Yenor, Jacqueline, St. Maries Young, Burton. Potlatch Young, Evelyne, Boise Younqblood, Glen, Council Bruce Stucki, Elenore Strange, Charles Clark, Morgan Tovey The sophomore Class gains recognition every year by setting aside the week previous to the Christmas vacation for their annual HHolly WeekW Leading the sophomores through a week of festivity, Which included an assembly, ttLife in a Co-ed Dorm," a serenade, and the crowning of the Holly Queen, Gladyne Taufen, at the "Moonlight and Mistletoe" ball, was Morgan Tovey. Bruce Stucki held the position of Vice-president, and the work of keeping the minutes was placed in the capable hands of Elenore Strange. Charles Clark had the worry of the class financial problems. ,, 1 '1,ng , a711, , WMM; ,, , , WWW, y .7rfWWWag W w m $$$ Q HX $x W .CEXK : u 4?0 wW r953, 1a Campus View; heading for uHello Walk" ?msllmm, Msizful yet alga Ailor, Stewart, Grangeville Alldaffer, Marvin, Burley Allen, Roger, South Portland, Maine Amos, James, Kalamazoo, Michigan Anderson, Doris, Burley Andres, Rosemary, Potlatch Andrew, Phyllis, Parma Andrew, Wilbur, Parma Androes, Gaylord, Emmett Armstrong, Betty, Coeur d'Alene Ascuaga, John, Caldwell Ashby, Raoul, Moscow Ashby, Roger, Moscow Atwood, Richard, Lewiston Aunes, Helen, Mullan Austin, Winifred, St. Maries Badger, Marvin, Heyburn Bahr, Vernon, Weiser Baker, James, Grimes Baker, Patricia, Orofino Baldeck, Leonard, Lewiston Barker, Boyd, Donnelly Barline, Elizabeth, Spokane, Washington Barr, James, Hailey Barstow, Rex, Moscow Bastida, Blanche, Nampa Batt, James, Wilder Baum, Russell, Ashton Beach, John, Boise Bell, James, Burley Benjamin, Dale, Coeur d'Alene Benjamin, Ray, Forest Benscoter, Richard, Kendrick Berry, Patricia, Craigmont Blair, Dean, Buhl Bliss, Frederick, Ordnance, Oregon Blanden, Ellen, Weippe Bloomsburgl Joseph, Worley Bolton, William, Dietrich Bennett, Betty, Moscow 3?; n no .1 Imam 9'5 i; Bordon, Della, Kellogg Borne, Ramona, Kellogg Bowlby, Carol, Moscow Boyce, Elvin, Weiser Brainard, Beverly, Fayette Brammer, Harold, Cameron Bray, Hugh, Gooding Breedenl Arm, Lewiston Bressler, Beverly, Genesee Brevick, Barbara, Wendell Bright, Robert, Preston Brown, Caroline, Pocatello Brown, Joan, Smelterville Brown, Helen, Kamiah Broyles, Donna, Moscow Bruni, Peter! Kellogg Brunzell, Byron, Murphy Bumgarner, Dale, Gooding Bunnell, John, Kellogg Burns, Mary, Boise Bush, Wayne, Malad Call, Dwight, Moscow Callen, David, Jerome Cameron, Bill, Moscow Cameron, William, ChaHis Canfield, Daryle, Moscow Carichoff, Jack, Valparaiso, Illinois Carlson, Patricia, Council Carney, Raymond, Idaho Falls Carr, Charles, Lewiston Carter, Jerry, Moscow Cash, Guy, Nezperce Chadband, James, Santa Maria, California Chichester, Roger, Sandpoint Chivers, Garth, Challis Chrystal, Donald, Headquarters Churchill, Harry, Smelterville Churchill, Winston, Gooding Churchman, Joan, Jerome Clark, Richard, Headquarters Clauser, Barbara, Fayette Clyde, Mary, Moscow Compton, Gene, Idaho Falls Comstock, Donald, Palouse, Washington Conley, Vincent, Kellogg Connolly, Mary, Moscow Conton, Keith, Idaho Falls Coppinger, Eugene, Ketchum Cothern, John, BuhI Cottrell, Harold, Pocatello Couch, Jay, Coeur d'Alene Cramblet, Molly, Gooding Craner, Lyle, St. Maries Crooks, DeLores, Spirit Lake Crouch, Berely, Emmett Culbertston, Robert, Rupert Cundall, Lois, Sagle Daggett, Lida, Mesa Dalling, Marshall, Rexburg Darnall, Glenn, New Plymouth Daugherty, Noreen, St. Anthony Daugherty, Norma, St. Anthony Davis, Elsie, Pasco, Washington Davis, Kenneth, Wilder Davis, Raynold, Muldoon DeKIotz, Gilbert, Filer Denman, Betty, Idaho Falls Derr, Allen, Clerks Fork as green9a Dick, Yale, Boise Dickinson, Oren, Moscow Dingle, Ann, Dayton Doolittle, George, Twin Falls Doupe, Roy, Spokane, Washington Doupe, Troy, Spokane, Washington Downing, Miriam, Grangeville Duerig, Nancy, Filer DuSault, Mary, Moscow Eakin, James, Jerome Eames, Aerial, Preston Ebbe, Colleen, Sandpoint Edmark, Thomas, Nampa Edwards, Stanley, Malad Egger, Carol, Stanfield, Oregon Ellis, Evan, Kooskia Epperson, Loralee, Jerome Erickson, Patricia, Bonnets Ferry Evans! Beverly, Boise Faber! Harold, Wallace Faylor, Lloyd, Nampa Fisher, LeNoir, Kellogg FitzRoy, Henry, England Fletcher, Jeanette, Boise Foley, Eileen, Idaho Falls Fothergill, Ralph, Nampa Fowler, Vernone, Boise Francis, Merlin, Banks Frank, George, Parma Frazier, Kay, Moscow Funkhouser, William, Orlando, Florida Galdos, Tony, Emmett Gaudin, Dora, Gooding Gaut, Pamela, Lewiston Gaylord, George, Rose Lake Getty, JoAnn, Pilot Rock, Oregon Glaves, Virgil, Ontario, Oregon Goble, George, Eagle Goodman, William, Rupert Goodwin, Virginia, Sandpoint Goulder, Clarisse, Moscow Graham, Bonnie, Kellogg Gray, Patricia, Boise Gray, Warren, Burke Gray, William, Spring Valley, California Green, Normand, Downers Grove, Illinois Greenwood, William, Bonners Ferry Gregoire, Beverly, Pocatello Gregory, John, Wallace Gregory, Rowena, Princeton Grider, Rodney, Boise Grubb, John, Swan Valley Hall, Robert, Post Falls Halliday, Beverly, Idaho Falls Halmon, Elaine, Mullan Hammond, Constance, Ashton Hamon, Clarke, Caldwell Hankins, Patricia, Nampa Hansen, Carolyn, Aberdeen Hansen, Milton, Idaho Falls Hansen, Richard, Winchester Hanson, Alvin, Coeur d'Alene Hardin, Mary Ann, Meridian Hargis, Marie, Ashton .Harper, Donald, Boise Hart, Ralph, Filer Hart, Sharon, Moscow Hartwig, Leonard, Lewiston Hasbrouck, John, Cascade Haughland, George, Brooklyn, New York Haverkamp, Ralph, Roundup, Montana Hawley, Agnes, Boise Hayden, Kenneth, Coeur d'Alene Heer, Leo, Aberdeen, Washington Heidt, Ruth, Burke Hess, Garth, Montpelier Heyer, Barbara, Melba Heywood, Betty, Weippe Hieronymus, Lona, Winchester Hill, Betty, Buhl Hill, James, Coeur d'Alene Hodgson, Lois, St. Maries Hodgson, Thomas, St. Maries Holmes, Dean, Burley Holyoak, Alan, Burley Hooper, Mary, Wallace Howard, Donald, Buhl Howard, Kenneth, Lewiston Howard, Hazel, Hazelton Huff, Gerald, Wilder Nulw- mam Humphrey, Burton, Moscow Hungerford, Jeanne, Idaho Falls Hunter, Donald, Boise Hutchinson, Joann, Orofino Hyde, Gene, Hayden Lake Hyland, Frederick, Bonners Ferry . Ingersoll, Robert, Payette Inghram, Evelyn, Lapwai Ingram, Bonnie, Council Isaman, Harry, Lewiston Jackson, Donald, Jerome Jackson! Gene, Indianapolis, Indiana Jansen, Joan, Kimberly Jensen, Doris, Idaho Falls Johnson, Alice, Wallace Johnson, Arnold, Twin Falls Johnson, Benjamin, Indian Valley Johnson, Betty, Mullan Theyare still figuring out exist on so little Johnson, Geraldine, Wallace Johnson, Joanne, Nezperce Johnson, Margery, Caldwell Johnson, Marjorie, Kellogg Johnson, Richard, Weiser Johnson, Roger! McCammon Johnson, Thomas, Mullan Johnston, Harold, Plummer Iohnstone, Dale, Jerome Jones, Edward, Malad Jordan, Joseph, Grangeville Jordan, John, Boise Judd, Keith, Burley Justice, Eleanor, Hagerman Kasaki, Amie, Lewiston Kaylor, John, Peck Keefer, Keith, Idaho Falls Kelton, Sheila, Wallace Kent, Beverly, Leonia Kerby, Marjorie, Cascade Kerby, Will, Cascade Kettenbach, Ann, Calgary, Canada King, Ray, Castleford Kinmouth, Ray, Lewiston Kinnison, Frank, Hawaii Kinnison, Philip, Melrose, Massachusetts Klason, Karl, Coeur d'Alene Klobucher, Thelma, Moscow Knox, Douglas, Emmett Koh ring, Kent, Bruneau Komoto, Bill, Sumner, Washington Korvala, Carol, Orofino Kirgbaum, Norma, New Meadows Kruger, Elsie, Cameron Ruen Noreen, Clarksfork Kugler, James, Livingston, Montana Kunkel, Paul, Amsterdam Kunz, Dale, Bern LaFollette, Charles, Moscow LaFontaine, Charles, Twin Falls LaGrone, James, Highland Park, Michigan Landers, James, Macy, Indiana Lane, James, Shelley Larsen, Kathryn, Coeur d'Alene Larsen, Keith, Rexburg Larson, Elsie, Greer Larson, Rodney, Priest River Lau, Grant, Soda Springs Lawson, Patricia, Spencer Lease, Iris, Wallace Leach, Wayne, Grangeville Leavitt, Maryann, Orofino Lesher, John, Burley Lewis, Barney, Malad and study, Lewis, Ted, Twin Falls Lind, Kenneth, Burley Lineberger, Ralph, Homedale Link, Joan, Boise Lint, Richard, Caldwell Little, Harold, Priest River Litzenberger, David, Coeur d'Alene Lloyd, Richard, Lewiston Loman, Paul, Sandpoinf Long, Clark, Pomeroy, Washington Long, Donald, Harrison Loren, Betty, Kellogg Lotspeich, Ruth, Eastport Love, Janet, Buhl McClellan, Arleen, Montpelier McCormick, Janice, Homedale McCreary, Patricia, Kendrick McCullough, Phyllis, Idaho Falls McDaniels, Shirley, Coeur d'Alene McDonald, Colleen, Bovill McEachron, Doris, Orofino McEntee, Margaret, Boise McEvers, Kathleen, Orofino McFrederick, Glenna, Salmon McGough, Francis, Moscow McGowan, Verne, Challis McKay, John, Kellogg McMahan, Donald, Council McMahon, Carmelyn, Boise McMahon, Robert, Spokane, Washington McMaster, Scott, Hansen McNally, Joyce, Bonners Ferry McQuillan, John, Brooklyn, New York McWiIliams, Neil, Chicago, Illinois Mackay, John, Lorenzo Mackey, William, Naples MacRae, Doris, Paul Madison, Leslie, Meadows Madison, Maryanne, Hamer Magden, LeRoy, Boise Maher, Charles, Coeur d'Alene Maloney, Marjorie, Dubois Martin, Chauncey, Burke Martin, John, Burke Martin, Thomas, Bruneau Maule, David, Payeffe Mautz, Kathryn Ann, Wallace Maxwell, Alan, Seattle, Washington Maxwell, Margaret, Glenns Ferry Means, Helen, Boise Melville, Wanda, Priest River Meulman, Gloria, Rupert Michael, Charles, Fayette Michals, Emil, Mullen Mickey, Donald, Moscow Miller, Audrey, Worley Miller, Donald, Townsend, Washington Miller, Donald, Weiser Miller, Marcile, St. Anihony Mills, Marie, Kamiah Millsap, Lorene, Jerome Moldenhauer, Edward, Heyburn Monroe, William, Sandpoint Morache, Martel, Emmett Morgan, Richard, Lewiston Morgan, Robert, Boise Morrison, Betty, Aberdeen Morse, Avona, Caldwell Morrison, Frank, Murtaugh Moser, Jean! East Farms, Washington Murphy, Colleen, Mullan Neal, Martha, Boise Nelly, Donald, Moscow Nelson, Patricia, Genesee Nelson, Robert, Sandpoint Nelson, Shirley, Lewiston Nelson, William, Sandpoint Nesbitt, Alice, Sagle Neustel, Iacquline, Hayden Lake Newell, Earl, Laurene, Iowa Newland, William, Balboa Heights, Z. Nicholas, Mark, Malad Nicholson, Gilbert, Twin Falls Nickison, Richard, Wellsboro, Pennsylvania Niswander, Calvin, Emmett Nock, Leilani, Cascade Nolan, Barbara, Emmett Norris, Basil, Buhl Norton, Melba, Cambridge Nowak, Theodore, Los Angeles, California O'Leary, Daniel, Fayette Odberg, Ann, Lewiston Ogle, William, Midvale Oleson, Donald, Moscow Olson, Robert, Lewiston Orr, Gerald, Coeur d'Alene Overfield, Roderick, Jerome Paasch, Doris, Moscow Packenham, Joan, Moscow Palmer, Lavon, Grandview Papineau, Donald, Moscow Parker, Donald, Ovid Parker, Donald, Mullan Paulus, Robert, Idaho Falls Payne, Charles, Springfield, Oregon Paynter, Kent, Moscow Pearson, Zulinden, Nampa Peer, Margie, Culdesac studied and made their grades, and had fun . . . Pendrey, Charles, Montpelier Perrigo, Shirley, Fayette Peters, Betty, Caldwell Petersen, Donald, Terreton Petersen, Marilyn, Fayette Peterson, Clarence, Nampa Peterson, John, Sandpoint Peterson, Neil, Bonners Ferry Phillips, Robert, Moscow Pitcher, Eugene, Sandpoint Place, Joann, Plummer Pohlod, Wallace, Moscow Poppie, Mildred, Twin Falls Powers, Beverly, Parma Powers, James, LaMesa, California Price, Joan, Sandpoint Prudek, Jake, Buhl Purdy, Edward, Springston Pyper, Roi, Boise Redford, Grant, Preston Rankin! Janis, Ashton Rasmussen, Lawrence, New Plymouth Reading, Max, Ririe Redfield, Clarence, Idaho Falls Reed, Lloyd, Filer Reese, Bernadeen, Boise Reich, Frank, Kellogg Reichow, Frances, Nezperce Reynold, Aileen, Potlatch Rich, Eleanor, Blackfoot Richards, Jeanne, Soda Springs Ricks, Nancy, Boise Reimenschneider, Betty, Spokane, Washington Ritzman, Phyllis, Kellogg Robison, Gayland, Rexburg Rogers, Oscar, Gooding Rosenthal, John, West Allis, Wisconsin Rosman, on, Sandpoint Routh, Elmer, Lamar, Colorado Rowberry, Joan, Fayette Sabin, Lloyd, Wilder Salmon, Maxine, Burley Sample, Ila, Buhl Sandelll Margery, Declo Sanderson, Susanne, Priesi River Sargent, Christy, Weiser Schaplowsky, John, Nezperce Schmid, Rose Ellenl New Plymouth Schmidt, Margaret, Lewiston Schnitker, Donna, Twin Falls Schnitker, Wanita, Twin Falls Schupfer, Beverly, Kendrick Schwertley, Anne, Boise Scott, Bonnie, Kellogg Secaur, Harry, Coeur d'Alene Seely, Maxine! St. Maries Seitz, Joseph, Omaha, Nebraska Sessions, Gary, Idaho Falls Seyfert, Edith, Idaho Falls Shaffer, Zeola, Sandpoint Shelton, Richard, Filer Sheneberger, Lois, Twin Falls Sherman, Marian, Moscow Shorthouse, Wilber, Castleford Shuldberg, Bonnie, Terreton Shulenberger, Mona, Salmon Silflow, Gladys, Cameron Simmons, Gerald! Kamiah Simmons, Norman, Kamiah Simmons, William, Seattle, Washington Simpson, Peggy, Idaho Falls Slater, Leilani, Idaho Falls Slifka, Eldenl Cascade Smedley, Russell, Burley Smiley, Neal! Kellogg Smith, Lamont, Weston Snow, Gerald, Moscow Snyder, Doris, Orofin'o Snyder, Joyce, Cataldo Sokvitne. Clarice, Moscow Sonm'chsen, Sonnichl Jerome Sperry, Donald, Caldwell Spicer, Lloyd, Harrison Spink, John, Nampa Sprute, Mildred, Fenn Stamm, Carl, Blackfoot Stearns, James, Fayette Stearns, Philip, Fayette Stefanac, Mary Ellen, Mullan Steiger, Amelia, Deary Sephens, Robert, Twin Falls Stevens, Dean, Worley Stewart, Rita, Wallace Stimpson, John, Shoshone Stone, Beverly, Blackfoof Stone, Ivan! Twin Falls Stonemets, Georgia, Buhl Stough, Edith, Moscow Stranahan, Jerome, St. Paul, Minnesota Straub, Carl, Page Stricker, Phyliss, Grangeville Strike, Beverly, Boise Stringer, Mary, Glenns Ferry Strobel, Walter, Rose Lake Styner, Wendell, Paul Suchan, Harold, Buhl Sumner, Leola, Troy Sutton, Arthur, Weiser and tasted 0f Idah0,s traditions and pastimes. Sutton, Ward, Midvale Swanson, Herbert, Idaho Falls Swanson, Robert, Pocatello Swanstrom, Barbara, Council Swarner, Dale, Wendell Sweet, Cyrus, Longview, Washington Sweet, Richard, Twin Falls Tarr, Bette, Twin Falls Tate, James, Sandpoint Taylor, Patricia, Burley Taysom, Wayne, Rockland Terteling, Laurette, Moscow Thacker, Dale, Paul Thoman, John, Twin Falls Thomas, Stanley, Nezperce Thomas, Virginia, Sandpoint Thompson, John, Moscow Thomson, Eileen, Shoshone Tiegs, Donald, Nampa Tillotson, Beth, Boise Tiller, Norma, Nampa Todd, Eugene, Buhl Tortel, Edith, Jerome Tovey, DeForest, Malad Tovey, Reynolds, Malad Troeh, Frederick, Grangeville Troutman, Jack, Meridian True, Cecil, Spokane, Washington Ulmer, David, McCall Urquida, John, Mountain Home Vaara, Helen, Sandpoint VanEngelen, Ruth, Twin Falls Vansant, Carley, Richfield Wagner, A1, Grangeville Wagoner, Donald, Boise Walbrecht, Miles, Gooding Walkington, James, Hazelton Walkington, William, Hazelton Wallace, Bonnie, Soda Springs Walser, Joyce, Palouse, Washington Webb, Arlen, Weiser Weichbrodt, Arlene, Challis Weiperf, Melvin, Spokane, Washington Wenke, Clara, Moscow Werry, Sidney, Hailey Werry, Ellwood, Shoshone Wesierski, Thomas, Milwaukee, Wisconsin Wheeler, Robert, American Falls Whitsell, Norma, Emmett Widner, Gordon, Midvale Widner, Verne, Midvale Wilkins, Emmett, Moscow Will, Mary, Moscow Williams, Lilly, Lewiston a A number of the more zealous will return with Wills, Donald 5., Auburn, Massachusetts Wilson, Mildred 1., Salmon Winkle, William F., Filer Winner, Lois A., Moscow Wohlschleqel, Florence, Idaho Falls Wombacher, Elaine, Bonners Ferry Wynn, Val Dean, Preston Zach, Eugene M., Bovill, Idaho Zumwalt, Bonnie I., Grangeville a thirst for that something that$s Idaho to us. Janice McCormick, Sonnich Sonnichsen, Colleen McDonald, Cecil Grow April was a busy month, for right after the juniors had their fling With the ballot boxes, the freshmen started ineusing the theme, "Nursery Rhyme Week." Instead of having the tradi- tional queen, as all balls have, the frosh crowned a Prince Charming, De Forrest Tovey, at their HCinderella Ball." Cecil Grow started the year and his college activities by presiding. Sonnich Sonnichsen held the office of Vice-president, and Janice McCormick kept the minutes. Colleen McDonald spent a lot of her time keeping the frosh bank account straight. 73; , 4 nflvou kn V.a m Ash $ x4 Zxxxxxxma: E ,?i2 ? Mg, 9.74, , WW k g 4, H 1,? 5' Spurs serve by ushering m m h n 9 Wm n 0 H a m e .d e. r P W m H in m 5. m. 46 w m m w m M H m w; W XX??Z,. . M ,? Mg? Mortar Board, happy hunting ground of activity-minded senior women, this year carried on With seven members selected for leadership, scholarship, and service. Haggard looks of the black-sweatered Clan changed to complacent smiles When a highly successful Hmum" sale at Homecom- ing eliminated all of the year's financial problems, and the 6:00 am. delivery of the flowers began to seem worthwhile. A breakfast honoring alumnae and the Spinster Skip took Mortar Board time during the remainder of the year. The honorary also gave a scholastic pat-on-the-back to the sophomore woman With the highest cumulative average by awarding an annual plaque. Miss lean Collette, Dean Louise Carter, and Dr. Boyd Martin worked as advisors for the women. Conducting the meetings until second semester was Frances Rhea. Then Vice-President Marion Eisenhauer took over. They were assisted by Geneva F erguson, secre- tary, and Eve Smith, treasurer. Margaret Arnold Donna Chapman Marion Eisenhauer Geneva Ferguson Frances Rhea Elizabeth Robinson Eve Smith Mgrtar Board members and their advisers, Jean Collette, Dean Louise Carter, and Dr. Boyd Martin, pause after a meeting with Mrs. Siceloff, district Mortar Board supervisor, also pictured. Mortar Board Three years of campus leadership and activity are rewarded by membership in this men's honorary. Eight senior men are tapped each spring at the annual May F ete and silver ribbons are worn signifying membership. This local hono- rary recognizes campus leaders who have been outstanding in extracurricular activities, scholarship and service to the University. There are no officers. Bob Dahlstrom John Evans Jay Gano Art Humphrey Walt Smith Ivan Woods tNot pictured, Dick Eimersi Silver Lance members pose after one of their few meetings of the year. Silver 135mm First row: Jo Anne Elam, Isobelle Phelan, Phyllis LaRue, Bette West, Shirley Tanner, Helen Thomas, Eleanore Strange . . . Second row: Louise Miller, Ian Garber Gunior advisort, Betty Woods, Rosemary Harland, Rosemary Fitzgerald, Colleen Christensen, Mrs. Katie Boyer tfaculty advisort, Sheila Darwin . . . Third row: Eleanor Paulsen, Betty Pyles, Clarice Hove, Marian Hartwell, Carol Fitch, Shirley Jacobsen, Emmalyn Ball, Barbara Schaff, Lolita Chetwood, Jo Garner, Sue Beardsley . . . Not pictured are Gay Deobald and Bonnie Gallup. These girls in white are busyeso busy that one wonders how they can accomplish all they do. The members consist of two freshmen in each women's house who show outstanding qualities of leadership and service. These sophomores live up to their motto, HAt Your Service," by ushering at University functions and selling coffee and hot dogs at football games. They set the record for service With a smile, promote friendship and good fellowship on the campus, and back up all university activities with an admirable Vigor. President this year was Rosemary Fitzgerald. Other officers were Rosemary Harland, Vice-president; Colleen Christensen, secre- tary; Betty Pyles, historian; Phyllis LaRue, reporter; and Betty Woods, treasurer. Spurs Jhtcrcolltyiafc Km'yltts With service as their purpose and promoting college spirit as their aim, IK's are seen bustling around the campus, ushering, working the scoreboard, and sponsoring mixers. They also make the Choice for the HSpur of the Moment." Intercollegiate Knights is an underclassmen's national service organization. Members are selected from each living group on a point basis, one outstanding freshman man and one sophomore being named from each residence. Officers for the Intercollegiate Knights were: duke, B111 Sweet; scribe, Jack Lewis: treasurer. Wynne Henderson; and historian, Jack Snow. Members: S. Ailor, E. Allen, C. Anderson, B. Barker, D. Benscoter, I. R. Black, D. Blair, E. Boyce, H. Branner, B. Bright, J. Bunnell, W. Churchill, D. Clark, J. Cothern, R. Culbertson, K. Dixon, G. Doolittle, I. Doyle, I. Eakin, T. Edmark, I. Grubb, R. Hart, I. Hasbrouck, H. Heiner, D. Holmes, A. Holyoak, B. Humphrey, R. Jordan, I. Kaylor, K. Keifer, K. Kinnison, I. Lesher, D. McMahon, R. Magden, D. Maule, A. Maxwell, D. Meacham, D. Parker, G. Pitcher, J. Poulson, L. Routh, G. Sessions, 1. Seitz, S. Sonnichsen, D. Stevens, 0. Stimpson, J. Stranahan, W. Tarson, D. Tiegs, T. Tovey, D. Ulmer, R. Vivig, J. Walkington, P. Day, I. Dailey, A. Denman, D. Ellis, K. Erickson, B. Genoit, K. Goldsberry, R. Huffer, M. Johnson, D. Kramer, N. Lodge, C. Markeson, J. Peters, C. Rogge Phi Beta Kappa Founded at William and Mary College, December 5, 1776 Alpha Chapter of Idaho installed at Moscow, June 5, 1926 This Chapter now numbers 294 members, those from classes before 1926 being designated as alumnus members, those from later classes as members-in-course, unless elected as alumni. With this Chapter are associated members of other Chapters Who reside in Moscow. Scholarly merit as indicated by grades and demonstrated in other ways is the basis of election at Idaho. Officers President - - - - William Carr Banks Secretary - - - - - Frederic C. Church Vice-President - . - Erminnie Hollis Bartelmez Treasurer - - - - Gertrude Bouton Axtell Resident Charter Members Gertrude Bouton Axtell 1Chicago 19071 Jay Glover Eldridge 1Ya1e 18961 Frederic Corse Church 1Corne11 19091 Eugene Taylor 1De Pauw 19071 Associate Members Nancy Atkinson 1Michigan 19351 Donald A. Gustafson 1Washington 19371 Mar'y Norie Banks 1Washington 19251 Arthur Sylvester Howe 1Wi11iam and Mary 19111 William Carr Banks 1Washington 19261 1. Irving Jolley 1Washington 19301 Erminnie Hollis Bartelmez 1Pomona 19371 , Virginia E. Ross 10berlin 19341 Mildred E. Burlingame 1Stanford 19251 Paul T. Scott Undiana 19301 Ralph Hunter Farmer 10ber1in 19161 Maxine D. Whitney 10berlin 19241 Honorary Members Harold Lucius Axtell 1Ka1amazoo 18971 President Jesse E. Buchanan Prof. Lawrence H. Chamberlain Alumnus Members and Members in Course Ck Indicates junior e1ection1 Mable Wolfe Gill 1938 Dorothy Snyder Chandler 1948 Eleanora Arms Fry Ella Woods 1941 Vincent John Lavoie 1948 Harold Herschel Hughart Nettie Bauer Stillinger 1944 tkMuriel Axtell Smedley 1948 June Carnie Hunter Ola Bonham Einhouse 1946 tkMary Patricia Wakely 1948 Maurice Harold Paulsen Ada Burke David 1946 Mary Jane Hawley Kennedy 1948 Doris Elsie Ring Bernadine Adair Cornelison 1946 Elaine Anderson Mansius 1948 Elizabeth Ann Robinson Mabel Winifred Rentfro 1947 tEthel Kopelman Whaley 1948 Barbara Jean Spaeth William Homer Cone 1947 Joyce McMahon Delana 1948 Richard Clarence Williams Vaughn Prater Lattig 1947 Geraldine Merrill Jacobs 1949 tDean Florimond Dimick William Harold Boyer 1948 :kDonna Alta Chapman 1949 tCharles Edwin Homing Sister Mary Carmel McCabe 1948 Joseph Robinson Alley 1949 :tJohn Alexander Menge Raphael Sanford Gibbs 1948 Frances Rhea Beier 1949 tHoward Earl Reinhardt Boyd Archer Martin 1948 Betty Jean Brookbush 1949 :kJohn Richard Taylor Halsey Lewis Orland 1948 Aaron Bernard Everett 1949 a:Rolland Fortner Tipsword 1948 Geneva Re Ferguson Membership in this pre-med honorary is based on outstanding scholarship and on interest in pre-medical subjects. This year's activities included several luncheon meetings and presentations of medical films to all interested persons. Members made a field trip to the Deaconess Hospital in Spokane, and the group sent two delegates, Don Thorpe and LaVerne Erickson, to the national convention held in Boulder, Colorado. Don Thorpe served as presi- dent and other officers were Bill Mathews, vice-president; June Carnie Hunter, secretary; Betty Brookbush, treasurer; and Grant Siddoway, historian. Faculty advisors were Dr. W. H. Cone and Dr. H. W. Steffens. First row: Grant Siddoway, June Camie Hunter, Betty Jean Ingraham, Claire Hale, Robert Morrow . . . Second row: LaVerne Erickson, William Mathews, Betty Jean Brookbush, Don Thorpe, Bob Leeper. First row: Marybelle Carnie, Isobelle Phelan, Shirley Tanner, Jo Anne Elam . . . Second row: Mrs. Katie Boyer! Betty Tellin, Helen Thomas, Gladys Pfeiffer, Myrna R. Luther. . . Third row: Vida Baugh, Elizabeth Bean, Rosemary Harland, Jeanne Foster. Alpha Lambda Delta was founded at the University of Illinois in 1924. This freshmen women's scholastic honorary is composed of women receiving for one semester a 3.5 average. The organization strives to promote living with an increased appreciation for study and the cultural phases of campus life and gives a tea at mid-term of the first semester for freshmen women achieving a 3.0 average. Officers were Betty Tellin, president, assisted by Helen Thomas, vice-president; Gladys Pfeiffer, secretary, and Carol Fitch Ashworthl treasurer. Alpha Phi Omega, national scouting honorary, is made up of former Boy Scouts who wish to carry on scouting while attending college. As a service organization, the group has carried out projects for campus betterment, helped direct local scout troops, and rendered service to the community. The purpose of Alpha Phi Omega is to assemble college men in the fellow- ship of the Scout Oath and Law, to develop friendship and to promote service to humanity. President this year was George Lea. First row: Dick Patrick, Gordon Larsen, Cecil True, Bill Mayer, Dick Johnson, Walt McPherson . . . Second row: Robert Strom, Gene Babin, George Lea, Dick Garlock, Edgar Phillips, Alan Maxwell . . i Third row: Robert Pettygrove, Don Hunter, Charles Peterson, Bill Hansen, C. B. Sweet, John Jones, Louis DeMoss, Harry Townley, Bob Passmore, Tom Brendley. First row; Carl Neiwirth, Darrell Brown, Elmo Davis, Hugh Sorenson, Allen Chaffin, Walt Hottbuhr, Darrell Gallup . . . Second row: Howard Copenhaver, R. W. Thomas, Lewis Coltrin, Frank Jacobs, Stanley Jensen, George Woodrutf . . . Third row: Ross Lindstrom, Martin Fry, Robert V. Cree, John Bretz, Keith Ralstin . . . Fourth row: John Lag, Russell Lindstrom, Paul Wetter Joseph Hopper, Earl Homing. I Alpha Zeta, national honorary agricultural organization, chooses its members on the basis of their academic work and ability as leaders. The object of Alpha Zeta is to promote leadership among agriculture students. The chief social event of the year is the annual spring dinner- dance, at which new members are honored. Carl Neiwirth presided as chancellor, and he was assisted by Russ Lindstrom, censor; Frank Jacobs, scribe; Elmo Davis, treasurer, and Keith Ralstin, Chronicler. Blue Key is a national leadership fraternity claiming for members the most active upper- classrnen. Requirements for membership are scholarship, leadership and extra-curricular activities. Blue Key devotes itself to service to the University and the welfare of the students. It assists in managing ASUI functions, sponsors the Homecoming Mixer and a general campus clean-up day each spring. Boyd Hansen was president this year, assisted by Dean Dinnison, Vice-president, and Arthur Humphrey, secretary-treasurer. First row: John Evans, Paul Wetter! Jack Menge, Jack Taylor . . . Second row: Boyd Hansen, Dean Dinnison, Art Humphrey, Iay Gano . . . Third row: Sumner Johnson, Carl Neiwirth, Bob Eyestone, Walt Smith, Bill Sweet, Bob Pettijohn. 3716 611mm First row: Bob Leeper, Bill Davidson, MauriceePaulsen, Gayle Manion . . . Second row: Shirley Brandt, Jean Collette, M. Chaney, Louise Manion, Polly Harris . . . Third row: Elizabeth Robinson, Pat Robinson, Margaret Payne, Jack Rowel Mary Ellen Edwards, Margaret Arnold. The Curtain, Idaho's own local dramatic honorary, chooses its members on the basis of interest, effort, and ability. Assistance in production of campus plays, acting, and directing provide students with the opportunity to be tapped by this organization. Black masks are the symbol of those being tapped. The group does not claim to sponsor or serve anything, but the main objective is fun and fellowship among students of the theater. Activities consisted of winter and spring initiations, the annual spring picnic, and informal meetings. Bill Davidson was president, Bob Leeper vice-president, Shirley Brandt secretary, and Margaret Arnold treasurer. Idahols chapter of Delta Mu has the honor of being the second chapter organized in what is now a national organization. Anyone who has been a member of Jobs Daughters in high school is eligible to join. Meetings are held once a month, at which time the gals plan chili feeds, roller skating parties, and a big dinner with the Moscow Job's Daughters. The officers this year were: Carol Fugate, president; Sue Beardsley, Vice-president; Marilyn Lester, secre- tary; Irma Jackle, treasurer; Marge Lampman, chaplain; LaDena Leigh, marshal; Donna Maxwell, musician, and Mrs. Lois Lehrer, advisor. First row: M. Anderson, M. Bellman, L. Leigh! M. Lester, Mrs. Lehrer, C. Fugate, S. Beardsley, M. Lampman, M. Weber . . . Second row: C. Sargent, M. E. Kilpatrick, P. Lawson, B. Brainard, S. Oakley, A. Anderson, L. Epperson, M. S. Neal, J. Larson, M. Clyde, M. L.Wi11 . . . Third row: C. Ebbe, G. Stonemetz, S.Darwin1 I. Scofield, C. Mackey, M. Salmon, I. Gardner, I. Burch, P. Schultz, J. Schmidt . . . Fourth row: B. West, B. Tarr, E. Stough, B. Bonnet, C. Bowlby, R. Lotspietch, A. Nesbitt, B. Clauser, M. Petersen, P. Carlson, R. Reynolds, B. Denman. Delta Mu First row: G. Ferguson, E. Andrew . . . Second row: Mr. Whitehead, J. Menge, R. Buckland, F. Rhea. Outstanding ability, continued interest in debate, and junior or senior standing at the Uni- versity are membership requirements for Delta Sigma Rho, national debate honorary. Main project of the group is sponsoring and judging men's and women's intramural debate tourna- ments. Winning teams receive a trophy from the honorary. Jack Menge presided over the group's meetings, Geneva Ferguson acted as secretary-treasurer, and Professor A. E. White- head was advisor. Students on the campus who achieve proficiency in swimming and diving may be tapped by Hell Divers, the local swimming honorary. Election of officers this year resulted in choice of Jan Garber, president; Zeke Smith, vice-president; and Pat Green, secretary. Activities sponsored by this organization are uguest nite," a water demonstration in May and a senior lifesaving class for those students interested in water safety. First row: D. Jackson, J. Miller! P. Green, M. Cranston, I. Garber, E. M. Farnlun, M. Meeks, B. Kulp, J. Farmer . . . Second row: S. Tanner, O. Saunders, C. Crim, E.PhiIIips, I.Free1und, M. Morris, S. Foskett. . . Third row: F. Kinnison, I. Kinnison, Z. Smith, I. Scotti J. Hill, K. Latham, G. Vajda . . . Fourth row: A. Becher, D. Anderson, Coach Kirkland, W. Stuart, D. McDeavitt, D. Mc ahan. ffcll Dims First row: Jeanne Graves, I. F. Weltzin, Peggy Pence, Joyce Cooke, Robert A. Burns, Edith Schock Long . . . Second row: W. Wayne Smith, Carol Buescher, Walter Smith, Margaret Jackson, Benton Buttrey. Kappa Delta Pi, education honorary, is open to students whose scholastic achievements are outstanding and who show promising interest in the field. High intellectual standards and out- standing educational contributions on the campus are promoted by the honorary. The year's activities included monthly dinners and the invitational initiation in the spring. President Peggy Pence was assisted by Robert A. Burns, Vice-president; Margaret Jackson, historian- recorder; Jeanne Graves, treasurer, and Joyce Cooke, secretary. Dr. W. W. Smith was the faculty advisor of the group. Phi Alpha Delta, honorary for future lawyers, has as its aim the development of a professional attitude among its members. The first semester, out-of-town speakers were arranged for by faculty members and a dinner-dance was held in the Moscow Hotel. Bimonthly meetings were held to discuss advancements and problems in the field. Each year the William E. Borah Foundation award honors the outstanding law student. Chief Justice Dick Riordan was assisted by Harold Forbush, vice-president; John Gunn, marshal; George Redford, treasurer, and C. J. Hamilton, clerk. MWWW "WMWM . . First row: C. G. McIntyre, C. R. Donaldson, R. W. Stephan, R. H. Remaklus, L. Gorrono . . . Second row: I. R. Kemper, G. E. Redford, C. J. Hamilton, R. L. Riordan, Harold Forbush, John W. Gunn . . . Third row: F. J. Tovey, T. Roberts, I. A. McClure, P. I. Kalamarides, W. Smith, Jack B. Furey, William Ht Nakes, Leonard O. Kingsford. xx ?WHsWt e - - First row: Shirley Morbeck, Marian Forrey, Lois Bingham . t . Second row: Jane Griffin, Eve Smith, Betty Campbell, Virginia Greenough . . . Third row: Barbara Lowry, Jerry Simons, Arlene Hinchey, Shirley Knox. "my, Phi Chi Theta, national honorary for women majoring in business, has as its aim the promotion of higher business education and training for all women and encouragement of cooperation among women preparing for such careers. It was founded in Chicago in 1924. The officers were Eve Smith, president; Betty Campbell, vice-president; Catherine Reese, corresponding secretary; Jane Griffin, treasurer; Virginia Greenough, recording secretary. As their project this year, the members did secretarial work for the Gem of the Mountains. Companion organization to Alpha Lambda Delta, Phi Eta Sigma is the freshmen men's scholastic honorary. New initiates, whose eligibility requirements include the attainment of a 3.5 average for one semester, are honored at a bi-annual banquet.With the help of faculty advisor Dr. Irwin Graue, the officers, including Dick Patrick, president; Phil Schnell, vice- president; Orval Hansen, treasurer, and Ed Aschenbrenerl secretary, led the group through a successful year. The group, among other activities, installed in the spring a new Chapter at Washington State College. First row: Dr. I. Graue, R. Tipsword, L. Bath, 0. Hansen, D. Patrick! P. Schnell, D. Robison, G. Crane . . . Second row: Nt Williams, K. McCormaok, A. Souders, Wt Gartin, N. Farnham, N. Christensen, C. Peterson, L. Boyle . . . Third row: D. Lapray, T. Kerr, I. Clegg, C. Long, D. Colvard, I. Barinaga, R. Crabtree, C. Baugh, W. Mer t . . Fourth row: C. Rohrer, R. Moulton, E. Rowbury, D. Baumgartner, K. Briggs, D. Hinerl H. Bruins, D.Fau1kner . . . Fifth row: E. Aschenbrener, S. Tanner, W, Clark, J. Huff, R. Jonas, R. Hedelius. IMM, h First row: Glen R. Lockery, Don McKinley, Don Singer, William Walter, John Hans, Jack Perciful . . . Second row: William Davidson, D. M. Bodker, John Grimmett, Walt Smith, Sigvald Norman, Leslie Lash, Sam Vance . t . Third row: Kermit Hosch, Bruce Campbell, Calvin Lyon, Warren E. Johnson, Hall Macklin, E. Heyse Dummer, Carl Claus. Attainment of scholarship, interest in music, and participation in one or more music activities are the requirements for membership in Phi Mu Alpha. This national men's music honorary, established at Idaho in 1936, has many activities, including the Moonlight Sing in the tall and the spring song-test, co-sponsored with Sigma Alpha Iota. They assisted in university concerts and faculty recitals and held a Hallowe'en party. Bud Walter served as president, John Hans as vice-president, Don Singer as secretary, Jack Perciful as treasurer, and Don McKinley as historian. Zeta chapter of Phi Upsilon Omicron, active for twenty years on the Idaho campus, selects its members on the basis of scholarship, leadership, personality, and interest in home eco- nomics. An outstanding activity of this honorary was the making of wreaths for hospital trays. Members hold a reception each year for alumnae, faculty members, and new students. Marion Eisenhauer presidented the honorary and other officers were Shirley Oakley, vice- president; Pauline Schaplowsky, secretary, and Vivian Tarbet Owens, treasurer. First row: Margaret Anderson, Pauline Schaplowsky, Marion Eisenhauer, Shirley Oakley, Vivian Owens! Wanda Merz . . . Second row: June Davies, Claire Iergensen, Jeanne Hofmann, Olivine Ritchie, Myrna Luther. O l llpsilm Omicrm At piano: Polly Howard and Joan Wittman . . . Standing: Lois Stone, Louise Miller, Elaine Androes, Betty Tellin, Helen Rice, Sidney Buchanan, Gwen Waltman, Mary Jasper, Yvonne Whiting, Barbara Mariner, Dorothy Tilbury. , This national professional music fraternity for women has as its aim the promotion of a greater understanding between music students and furthering the development of music in the United States. During the year, freshmen music students are entertained at a tea. The group also sponsors, with Phi Mu Alpha, men's rriustc honorary, the Song Fest held each year on Mother's Day. Polly Howard was president, assisted by Joan Wittman, viceepresident; Mary Jasper, treasurer; Dorothy Tilbury, secretary, and Yvonne Whiting, chaplain. Sigma Delta, upperclassman journalism honorary, includes in its membership both majors in journalism and those actively engaged in publication work. A scholastic average of 3.0 is required for admittance and selection is based on other outstanding qualities as well. The activities for the year were under the leadership of Pat King and included an annual banquet with Theta Sigma, the corresponding women's honorary. This year, Sigma Delta petitioned the national journalism honorary, Sigma Delta Chi, for affiliation With the national organiza- tion. Other officers for the year were: Stan Godecke, secretary, and Maurice Paulsen, treasurer. First row: Del Klaus, Don Robertson, Jack Taylor, Rick Munkwitz . . . Second row: Pat King, Stan Godecke, Maurice Paulsen, Art Riddle, Newt Cutler . . . Third row: Lee Bath, Phil Schnell, Howard Reinhardt Ted Cowin, Bill Hansen. First row: John Ellis, Glenn Wimer, Iohn Runberg, Phil Johnson, John Hansberry, Roy Taylor, David Johnson . . . Second row: I. Hugo Johnson, Charles Peck, L. A. Dobler, Thomas M. Dunn, James Leeper, Irvin Farley, Leslie Lash, Arthur Humphrey . . . Third row: Sumner Johnson, Wilbur King, Gerald Hattrup, Ralph Lemon, Donald Bray, Samuel Vance, Max Ririe, John Angelo, Dale Benjamin, John Wolfe. Scholarship and leadership are stressed as a basis for membership in Sigma Tau, the national honorary for engineering majors. Students in all branches of engineering are tapped in their junior and senior years. Officers for the year were: Thomas M. Dunn, president; Leonard Dobler, vice-president; Arthur Humphrey, historian; Leslie Lash, secretary; Irvin Farley, treasurer; James Leeper, reporter; and Charles Peck, corresponding secretary. Members of Pershing Rifles are selected on a competitive drill. The organization was captained this year by Dick Turner with Bill Marineau, first lieutenant; Jim Briggs, second lieutenant, and Sam Kersey, first sergeant. The event of the year for the organization was the co-sponsor- ing of the Military Ball with Scabbard and Blade. The members also participated in the Army Day parade. ,memmy .. Members: Capt. R Turner, 1st Lt. W. P. Marineau, 2nd Li. S E. Kersey, Privates L. Anderson, R. R. Ashby, R. I. Boswell, K. R. Briggs,I.B.Carter1W.HiChurchilt,LiW.DeMoss,G.HiFollett,G.G.Goble,D.R.Hiner,BR. Humphrey, A. G. Ingebritsen, I. L. Lane, R. M. Liberg, C, If Lord, G. M. McMaster, B. T. Neff, N. E. Rowe, C. W. Shoun, C. W. Stamm, W. Symmes, N. D. Tilley, J. C. Troutman, I. At Witteman. Pcrslziay 1617155 t .1 511211414 41411 16711115 First row: I. Farmer, D. Smith, C. Storey, R. Fahrenwald, A. Yarosky, R. Turner, J. Moss, Major H. N. Miller . V . Second row: 5. D. Lenander, I. Dion, B.C.Rambo,1. M. Vukich, M. Paulsen, R. Mi Henderlider . . . Third row: Wt S. Emerson, M. Luther, aCJ.AB1vord,C.C.I-Iege, H.Arnett,F.L.Brough. . .Fourth row: Mi Earl, E. G. Pickerd, J. N. Black, H. D. Juve, Jr., J. Blanton, . . eitz. Scabbard and Blade, advanced ROTC honorary, was reactivated on the Idaho campus this year for the first time since before the war. Membership is open to advanced ROTC men who are selected by the members. Scabbard and Blade got underway on activities in co- sponsoring the Military Ball with Pershing Rifles. Officers for the year were: Captain, Jim Farmer; first lieutenant, HerbertArnett; second lieutenant, Lowell Brough, and first sergeant, Ellis Yarosky. Joyce Hanson served as president of Theta Sigma, local journalism honorary. Women who are majoring or minoring in journalism or who have shown outstanding journalistic ability and scholastic achievement are eligible for membership in Theta Sigma. The honorary was organized at Idaho in 1923 and this year revised its constitution and revived some of its former traditions. Other officers were: Frances Rhea, vice-president, and Elizabeth Robinson, secretary-treasurer. Mrs. Dorothy Chandler advised the group. First row: Frances Rhea, Joyce Hansen, Gerry Wren . . . Second row: Olevia Smith, Janet Billmeyer, Elizabeth Robinson First row: A. W. Slipp, E. E. Elliss, M. E. Deters, Roger Hungerford, T. S. Buchanan, K. F. Hungerford . . . Second row: V. H. Burlisen, H. Wegeleben, F. Hawksworth, A. P. Brackenbusch, C. D. Ross, Rex ZoBell, I. W. Johnson . . . Third row: I. W. Bohning, I. P. Krieri G. C. Graham, H. C. Rowland, M. M. Ioharmeson, C. A. Bigelow, A. H. Woog. Goal of all forestry students is Xi Sigma Pi membership. Composed of outstanding foresters throughout the country, it requires that undergraduates maintain a 3.0 grade average for four semesters for membership. Each year scholarship awards are given to members of each class and the outstanding senior gains membership in the Society of American Foresters. Officers for the year were: Grant Potter, forester; Harold Haupt, associate forester; Roger Hungerford, secretary and fiscal agent; and Charles Sutherland, ranger. Advisor for the group is Dr. M. E. Deters. .. 6 n m d b E m m m 6 M. g m m m w W m d m u Z$ Mymxw ; L V .. .Eius Walt Smith is Idaho's capable student body president. An out- standing music major, he composed a new Alma Mater hymn, nOur Idaho." A5111. The Associated Students of the University of Idaho are governed by an executive board, made up of nine mem- bers from the incoming junior and senior Classes, elected in May by the student body, and the student body presi- dent, a member ex-officio. This school year, 1947-48, has seen the executive board exceptionally busy. New projects included the survey of the proposed teacher and course- rating plan for university administration. The ASUI con- stitution was rewritten, reorganizing many departments. Another constitution, that of the National Schools Associa- tion of the United States, was ratified. Various athletic awards were approved. A survey was made of living costs troom and boarcD in various colleges and universities through the US Better relations with the WSC board of control were promoted through a program sponsored by the executive board. Under the constitution, regular duties of the executive board. include the levying of student assess- ments and approving of expenditures from funds thus cre- ated; filling vacancies in student offices by temporary appointments; having charge of ASUI departments; super- vising student body, class and organizations' functions; regulating all matters of advertising of student activities and all other duties which are necessary and proper to its functions. ASUI Vice-President Dave Weeks puts a coin in the juke bOXethat's so the executive board can run smoothly to a smooth tune. After voicing his opinion at board meeting, Orrin Saunders needs a soothing cooler. Following a tiring grind concerning the taculty-appraisal plan, Mike Williamson solemnly wends his way downstairs. John Reid and Bruce Hanson, from two sides of the political fence, cooperate efficiently at executive board meetings. ASUI Secre- tary Margaret "Mike" Arnold tries to transcribe her shorthand into the minutes of the last meeting. Bob Dahlstrom, friendly and capable Delt president, waits patiently for his fellow board mem- bers. Dr. H. W. Steffens, faculty advisor, and Bob Eyestone have a cup of coffee before tackling another executive board session, but Jim Day, one of the more progressive members of our gov- erning body, looks worried . . . about ASUI problems? ; W x AIRS. The AWS Council consists of two representatives from each women's living group. This group, under the direction of the Dean of Women, formulates policies and regulations for all women students. This year's project was the insti- tuting of an orientation program for new women. Under direction of Bonnie Burnside, orientation chairman, a series of weekly meetings was held early in the fall. Programs at these meetings included information and notes on scholar- ship, etiquette, styles, friendliness, activities and the values of these. F aculty members and outstanding students were speakers at these meetings. One of the best-liked parties was the ngt-together" with square dancing, and another popular meeting was a style show with university students modeling school fashions. Another Victory sponsored and won by the AWS Council was permission for women to operate automobiles on the campus. Women's evening per- missions were extended, also, through the work of Donna Chapman, AWS president, and the council members. Also sponsored by AWS was the annual May Fete for mothers on the weekend of Mother's Day. The crowning of the May Queen and the Winding of the Maypole by the Spurs were highlights of the weekend. Mortar Board, Silver Lance, and 2:3?gyc3agga13gtxiggifidemandefficiencyexperh iSthepride Spurs tapped new members at this time. This year Donna Chapman was May Queen, Helen Rice, maid of honor, and Wilma Hodge, page. Jane Thompson Evans, vice-president of AWS, in November added housekeeping to her various other duties . . . Dean Louise Carter and Mary Sue Tovey, AWS advisor and secretary respectively, were caught as they were figuring out the new late permissions for women students. NW .tt -ngm 4 HF Ice , Mary Sue Tovey, , Kathryn Church, Eve Smith 444x? 4 , 444 444444 4 2444? 444 444444 4444444444444??? , 444444444 44444 A444x 4 Vivian McLaughlin, treasurer of AWS, leaves the ASUI off ghlin, Donna Chapman after a rigorous meeting. , B. I. Ingraham, Elsa Maison, Helen Rice , Bobbie Douglass 4 4 4?4X?4A?44 , 44 44444444444444 44444444 444 44 4444 4444444 W744 444 4444444 4 4444444 4 x44 4 44 44444444 444 4444444444444 , 444444444 444 44x4 4 ian McLau v.1 k s w b p a .h. C S e .m Iu a p e, k E a H e r O L s, e v 44 , Rb? yer, Gerry Johnson Loreta Martindalei Iune Reed pson Evans, Viv w , Jean Gra A Jiane Thom tation, , Wanda Merz s omen , 4,434444441x4 4, 44, I Nola Whybark, Pat Brown Jeanne Hofmann Bonnie Burnside, Elaine Smith . . . Third row: Pat D Arlene Hinchey, Iacque Ritchie, Marguerite Dore Second row First row chairman of frosh women relaxes in the Bucket with a cup of hot coffee. Bonnie Burnside, First row: Pat Jordan, Eve Smith, Betty Iean Ingraham, Ella Marie Farnlun . . . Second row: Don Evans, Jack Peters, Bob Pettijohn, Bob Moul- ton, Dave Lewis. The Student Activities Board is responsible for the organization and operation of various ASUI activities. This year's board worked in cooperation With the rally committee during football season and was responsible for half-time entertainment for all conference basketball games. Publications 13mm! Main function of the publications board is to recommend students to the executive board for positions on the campus publications, and to solve student publication problems. The board consists of the graduate manager, journalism head, ASUI president, Argonaut and Gem editors and business managers, and a member of the ASUI executive board. First row: Norman Tilley, Ray Olsen, Gary Flory . . . Second row: Zane Hall, Bill Eastman, Leo Winegar, Bob Moulton, Bob Finlayson, Ralph Cross . . . Third row: Leda Jones, Barbara Deerkop, Peggy Harris, Pat Slack, Lucille Cooper, Florence Cooper. Independent Council is composed of each independent living group's Bill Eastman social Chairman and another delegate. This group sponsored the open President house held at the independent women's halls, and also arranged and 7 sponsored the mixers before class and ASUI elections. This group works cooperatively with the Independent Caucus. Bill Eastman as president was aided by Sonnich Sonnichsen, Vice-president, and Pat Slack, secretary. The chief purpose of the group is to tie the inde- dent living groups more closely together through social events in Which they participate. Polly Harris President First row: Margaret Bollman, Claire Hale, Geneva Ferguson, Jeanne Cox, Virginia Greenough, Marion Eisenhauer . . . Second row: Barbara Spaeth, Jeanne Hofmann, Polly Harris, Pat Jordan . . . Third row: Margaret Anderson, Cynthia Iesness, Eve Smith, Sheila Darwin, Pat Dwyer, Phyllis Hawleyl Iean Ottenheimer. Two representatives, house president and rush chairman, from each of the eight national sororities on the campus make up the Panhellenic Council. Rotation of officers is one of the Council's established tradi- tions, with the secretary-treasurer automatically taking over the presi- dential duties the following year. The organization. specifies rush rules and regulations. The year's largest project was adoption of a war orphan. President was Polly Harris and Jeanne Hofmann was secre- tary-treasurer. latcrfmttmity 6mm? First row: Bob Morbach, Don Evans, Ray Stommel, Chuck Gilb, John Menge, Dean Dimick . . . Second row: Clark Armstrong, George South, Jack Culbertson, Dean Dinnison, Jack Steneck, Jim McClure, Rich Pennell, Harry Morrison . . . Third ijow: Bud Harris, Dean Brown. Reed Clements, Robert Briggs, Harry Wilson, Gil Camm, Robert Benson, Sumner Johnson. Rules and regulations for rush, pledging, and initiation of university men are handled by the Interfraternity Council. This organization is made up of two representatives, one senior and one j unior, from each of the men's living groups. Adoption of two war orphans was one of the year's projects. Also backed by the Interfraternity Council was the first entirely formal dance since 1942. The officers of this organi- zation are as follows: president, Chuck Gilb; Vice-president, Don Evans; secretary, Ray Stommel; and treasurer, Bob Morbach Chuck Gilb President V. Bahr C. Benedict D. Chapman W. Churchman C. Clark G. Crane B. Deerkop C. Duncan T. Evans K. Goldsberry R. Iglesias S. Jensen K. Iergensen H. Kornher D. Kramer A. Kyler Te Laurent L. McWilliams Rt Moulton C. Peterson T. Rigby P. Rigtrup PA Schaplowsky G. Simons P. Slack E. Strange M. Tovey D. Weeks D. Wesierski Choosing Independent nominees for class and student body offices is the business of the Inde- pendent Caucus. Members include representatives from each independent living group and town organization Who work to promote the platform and obtain the election of Independent candidates. Politicians found an opportunity to air their opinions here and party disagreements were worked out before elections. Dave Weeks presided over caucus meetings and was assisted in his administration by Secretary Mary Sue Tovey and Vice-President Tom Laurent. gm alums .Ht .- MvmmJ' v x . Vanuix -. C. Abshire C. Bales E. Ball R. Benson B. Campbell M, Clark R. Clements P. Colvard J. Cox P. Dwyer G. Ferguson C. Gilb P. Green B. Hansen W. D. Hayes A. Hinchey I. Hofmann C. Hove I. Ingalls G. Johnson J. Johnson W. King R. Maxwell R. Morbach J. Peters 1. T. Peterson C. R. Plastino R. Redford D. Rankin I. Ritchie D. Robertson B. Spaeth A. Stanley A. Stamer T. Weatherbee R. Worthington W. Wright Under the guidance of Chairman Chuck Gilb, the Greek Caucus directed activities of the United party and selected candidates to run against Independent nominees. Though outnum- bered by the Independents, Greeks, with a system well organized by their caucus, were able to muster enough votes to be dangerous in any election and they managed to win some class offices. United party ranks were strengthened by the return of third party members. Pat Colvard took notes at caucus meetings. Win g ?gg ER? . a i xkix$glzz 4. 5i1$4$xxs$3y$ 115111 V f: , r1 ,0 n e t ,n g ,m m .m B n o .n a m .m m d A 016 m 41v 1111 11111! 11111 1115171 ' ' W6 5 wilt One of the most important functions of the Inter-Church Council was the annual drive for the World Student Service Fund. Composed of two representatives from each protestant Church group, this organization serves the University by sponsoring projects that encourage deeper religious thinking, good fellowship, and Vital activities on the campus. Officers were Edward Gronneberg, president; Maxine Bjorklund, vice-president; Donna Lue Taylor, secre- taryetreasurer, and Barbara Mariner, historian. Advisors for the group were Dr. Oscar Adam and George S. Tanner. First row: Eve Smith tEpiscopaD, Dr, Oscar Adam, George St Tanner, Edward Gronneberg tLutherant, Donna Lue Taylor tLDSL Barbara Mariner tPresbyteriant t . . Second row: Dale E. Benjamin tBaptisU, Garnet Storms tChristian Sciencet, Dick Crowther tEpiscopaD, Glen Barker tMethodisU, George Haugland tFirst Lutheram, Ross Newland tEpiscopaD, Jackie Shiell tLDSL Joan Scotield tFirst Lutherant. inter- gland: 60mm? t t I a 1 4 1 u 3 ', X t 53 t 5' I, , I. t 65114:??- Mtg 61w First row: Rev. Stockwell, D. Gauden, P. Gaut, I. Mackey, E. Smith, R Harland, R. Crowther, L. Davis, I. Love, N. Duerig . . . Second row: B. Hindle, M. Vallad, Mt Galvin, A. Peterson, E. Barline, I. Rowberry, I. Korter, R. Caple, I. Stanfield, J. Larson Third row: I. Peterson, 1. McClaren, K. McCormack, P. Schnell, D. Knox, W. Code, I. Bell, R. Forster, R. Newland . . . Fourth row: C. Armstrong, B, Brainard, B. Scott, B. Bretz, H. Eastman, Z. Shaffer, M. Salmon, A. Breeden. Canterbury Club was led by Eve Smith, president; Rosemary Harland, vice-president; Janet Mackey, secretary; Richard Crowther, treasurer; Aris Peterson, reporter; and advisor, Rev- erend Norman E. Stockwell. This organization has been active on the Idaho campus since 1932. The national organization for Episcopal students sponsored many activities during the year, aimed at deepening spiritual insight through cooperation. Among the activities were the Christmas party, exchange meetings with the Washington State College group, and communion breakfasts during the year. Tau chapter of Kappa Phi, national organization for women of Methodist preference, was installed at Idaho in 1928. The educational and recreational program followed this year a schedule recommended by students desiring to increase their spiritual knowledge. Activities for the year included banquets, pledge lessons, bi-monthly devotional meetings, and a candle- light ceremony at Christmas. President was June Hunter. Other officers included Jeanne Hotmann, vice-president; Carolyn Phillips, corresponding secretary; Sally Foskett, recording secretary; and Marian Watanabe, treasurer. First row: F. Claney, I. Neustel, B. Graham, E. Foley, M. Carnie, I. Rankin, E. Justice, V. Fowler, C. Goulder, M. De Klotz . . . Second row: Mrs. Bliss, M. Peer, L. Bailey, R. Tremewan, E. Brewster, P. Brown, M. Watanabe, Mrs. Dobler, I. Hunter, C. Phillips, G. Deobald, I. Hofman, R. Reichert . . . Third row: M. Foley, G. McFrederick, V. Shaw, E. Androes, J. Thomas, S. Koon, M. Kerby, M. Krigbaum, J. Price, H. Komher, I. McNally, B. Crouch, P. Keating, Mrs. Johnson, C. Craddock, B. Heywood t . . Fourth row: A. Dingle, P. McCreary, P. La Rue, I. Phelan, B. Rankin, G. Pfeiffer, E. Bahr, A. Nesbitt, M. Leavitt, E. Wombacher, R. Reynolds, L. Hieronymous, M. Madison, K. Frazier, P. Burr, M. Lester, L. Blenden, P. Moran, C. Korvala. WVN t w First row: K. Iergensen, G. Young, 1. Shiell, R. Peck, T. Johnson, I. Morley . . . Second row: R. Peterson, B. Shuldberg, R. Bales, S. Tanner, D. Jackson . . . Third row: A. Michelson, M. Orme, D. Cantield, H. Means, V. Jessels, M. L. Drake . . . Fourth row: D. L. Taylor, C. Hammond, B. Gordon, J. Rockwood, E. Bean, J.Shie11, R. Harris. . .Fiith row: Lt Bingham, N. Gilbert, I. Poulson, T. Tovey, L. Lash, Z. Hall . . . Sixth row: I. Grimmett, R. Crane, L. Girard, 0. Hanson, J. Taylor, I. Robinette . t . Seventh row: I. Bienz, H. Peterson, L. Williams, G. Jacobs, B. Stone, K. Barrus, R. Hyde, I. McKay . . . Eighth row: I. Oster, M. Mortenson, R. Cross, K. Draper, M. Iohnson, J. Durtschi, I. Bauman, S. Tanner, N. Haroldson. Lambda Delta Sigma, organized on the Idaho campus in 1937, has been reorganized this year and divided into men's and woments chapters. Executive president was Grant Young, who was assisted by Jackie Shiell, president of the women's chapter, and Keith Jergensen, president of the men's chapter. Other officers were Nada Gilbert, secretary; Rosel Hyde, treasurer, and Lela Gardner, historian. Included in the activities of these groups were informal get-togethers, special interest and inspirational programs, and the annual Sweet- heart dance. The Lutheran Students Association, under the guidance of Ed Gronneberg, president, has had a yearly program which included varied activities. Some of these were the regular meetings at which guest speakers were presented, retreats held in the tall and spring, and the Christmas pageant, which is an annual part of the program. Other otticers were Harold Baer, vice-president; Maxine Anderson, secretary; and Dick Pabst, treasurer. Flrst row: Harold Bramer, Ralph Sch1erman, Dick Gerlitz, Jeanette Jensen, Joan Scotield, Allen Ingebritsen, Jack Bohning, Don Oleson t . t Second row: Norman Pabst, Mrs. Neale Nelson, Jeanne Lindstrom, Maxine Anderson, Dr. Ruth Wick, National Officer tvisitort, Ed Gronneberg, Richard Pabst, Arlene Bohninq . t t Third row: Rev. Neale E. Nelson, Leola Sumner, Helen Eorg, Colleen Murphy, Carol Buescher, Gladys Siltlow, Elsie Kruger, Dorothy Phelps, Beverly Schupfer, Ida Siltlow, Betty ea Trort. ,Cutilmm Studmts Assaciatim Members: Anno, Ascuaga, Barron, Baumgartner, Bastida, Berriochoa, Bielenberg, Blakely, Borden, Bremmer, Brodkord, Brunelle. Byrne, Candiago, I. Churchman, W. Churchman, Conley, Cramer, 1. Day, P. Day, Denevan, Dunson, Echeverria, Feely, Fellin, Fisher, Fitzpatrick, Galdos, Nt Grant, V. Grant, Gregoire, Gregory, Grieb, Griff, Hamilton, Hargrave, Hattrup, Hawley, Henricus, Hill, Holland, Hooper, Iglesias, Jain, Iausoro, Iohannesen, Jones, Kavanaugh, Kerka, Kert7, A. Kettenbach, F, Kettenbach, I. Kettenbach, Kiik, Kirkwood, Laragan, Lea, LeBert, Leeper, Lein, Linnenkamp, Lint, Lodge, Maloney, Martin, Mautz, McDaniels, McDevitt, McDonald, McEntee, McFadden, McIntee, McMahon, McVicker, Michaels, Mitchell, Muehlethaler, Nichols, OtConnell, Pagel, Palmer, Prince, Reis, Sandmeyer, Schmitt, Schumaker, Shalz, Stamm, Stetanac, Steneck, Steuart, Thometz, Truedell, Vukich, Wicher, Winfield, Wittman, Wokersein, Zwiener. The Newman Club is the organization for all Catholic students on the campus. Beginning with a mixer at the opening of the school year, it carried on various activities throughout the year, expanding a growing spirit of tun and fellowship. Included was the annual aIl-Campus St. Patrick's Day dance. Discussion meetings were held every two weeks, with Walter Iain presiding, Other officers were Walter Mueggler, viceepresident; Gladyne Tauten, secretary, and Tony Iausoro, treasurer. The Roger Williams Club, composed of Baptist students, began the year with a reception for all new students. Organized with an eye to directing and inspiring religious thought, major functions of the group included weekly devotional meetings, the annual Christmas program, and other informal activities. Co-presidents George Brabb and Don Sperry were assisted by Harry Howard, secretary-treasurer, and Olivine Ritchey, social Chairman. First row: Alta Iane Paulsen, Don Sperry, Olivine Ritchey, George Brabb, Cynthia Teal . . . Second row: Forrest Coate, Bill Paeth, Don Dahle, Steve Shelton, Carl Christensen, Bert Humphrey, George Cooke, Udell Schmidt. Kittistmn 561271466 First row: James Lane, Bob McMahon, Kent Kohring, Fred Van Engelen . . . Second row: Sormich Sonnichsen, Garnet Storms, Robert Moulton, Helen Jean Terry, Shirley Oakley . . . Third row: Janice McCormick, Betty Tellin, Ruth Van Engelen, Polly Howard, Patricia Lawson. Holding the gavel of the Christian Science Monitor Youth Forum this year was Helen Jean Terry. The group was organized last year on the campus and this year became a national member. The topic chosen for the year was the Christian Science Monitor. The main functions of this student group were dinners and round table discussions and as usual there was a full agenda of informal activities. Other officers were Shirley Oakley, Vice-president; Bill Eastman, secretary-treasurer, and Bob Moulton, social Chairman. "Emphasizing Religion" was the theme of the programs conducted by Westminster Guild, Presbyterian women's organization. About sixty members attended bi-monthly meetings, which included such interesting topics and speakers as NAM God's Children" presented by Professor H. C. Harmsworth, concerning race problems. The women also worked on a Hbaby- sitting" project. Carol Fugate, president, was assisted by Betty Newell, secretary-treasurer; Mary Sue Tovey, program chairman; Louise Miller, music director; and Barbara Mariner and Jane Coleman, devotions and project chairmen. First row: M. S. Tovet, R. Wimer, P. Williams, P. Andrew, J. Burch, J. Evans, P. Green, B. Mariner, B. Newell, L. Miller, C. Fugate . . . Second row: I. Wimer, M. Downing, R. Gregory, M. Bradbury, W. Hodge, B. Lorenl P. Carlson, C. Bales, I. Hoops, M. Morris, 1. Foster, D. Patten, B. Spaeth . . . Third row: H. Howard, L. Cundall, E. Blade, I. Freelund, I, Inghram, I. Hutchison . . . Fourth row; E. Stough, I. Schneider, M. Iardine, P Smith, C. Sargent, M. E. Kilpatrick, 1. Cone, I. Getty, M. S. Neal, R. Inghram, D. Paasch . . . Fifth row: L. Johnson, M. L. Will, M. Eisenhauer, R. Lotspeitch, E. Matson, P. Schulz! V. Thomas, S. Nel- son, B. Kent, P. Nelson. Westminster , mg m First row: John D, White! Edward A. Cebull, Herbert Mayer, Ir., Doris Paasch, George Anderson, Fred Farmer, Don Dirkse, Harold Cottrell . . . Second row: Mrs. Lambert C. Erickson, Bob Jonas, Phyllis Williams, Roger Fisk, Barbara Mariner, Howard Morton, Carol Fuqate, Evelyn Inghram, Frances Butler . . . Third row: Warren Williams, Evabelle Blade, James L. Walkington, Al Denman, Edith Stough, Maimie Iardine, Joyce Snyder, Margery Johnson, Betty Peters, Bernell Sinn, Martha Sue Neal, John Furnas, Pastor. Westminster Forum, a club for Presbyterian students, had many activities. The most out- standing were the special Easter service on Palm Sunday and the Sunday night gatherings which included dancing, card-playing, and refreshments. Moderator was Barbara Mariner, and aiding her were Bob Jonas, vice-moderator; Phyllis Williams, stated Clerk; and Margaret Eke, treasurer. Advisors for the group were Dr. John Furnas, pastor; and Mrs. Lambert C. Erickson. i . xi$$g $ i x $ 7 has anyone seen the ball?" guest speaker, chats w1th . 5. A missionary from Costa Rica Lutheran and Presbyterian groups, I tist church basement- p . 2. Joint meeting of Episcopal the Ba m U r o F h t u 0 Y r o n n o M and Methodist students . . .m e m a g g n O p g .m p W e .w .A 3 n o ,h a x b e r. d n a e m a g e m a r ,m r e h t-toget f the Christian Science ' Fun and Games" by the Roger Williams Club . 6. Iniormal meeting 0 and a discussion of current world problems . . 4. The Methodist church group ge students . . 1 I. g; , . . 11:2,?! :1 $13 33$? an x, ?gx, . 112421 gxxf??? 'U' ywrm t5$ O O x ,,, Qi K MOMWI ll m m m m w! W m 7v Dramaticg As energetic and demanding of perfection as always, Miss lean Collette once again delighted ASUI audiences With the year's productions ranging in variety from a mod- ern fantasy to a classic melodrama. Collette presentations are marked by their quali- ties of precision in timing and smooth back- stage operations. During performances, she watches the play from Hout front" and leaves her students in complete charge of all details. Long hours of skillful planning make this procedure a possible and suc- cessful one. Miss Collette's efforts, which never seem to cease, have made student drama one of the most respected and popu- lar activities on the campus. Everyone who knows her, seeing all the energy and extra time she throws into the play-of-the-moment, has the realization come as a surprise that, before the curtain falls on the last act, she has preparations under way for her next hit. lean C011ette patliwzf 0,4 graffiti Fascinating work and lots of it characterizes What goes on behind the production of any show. From the time a play is selected and cast until the last vestiges of a colorful presentation are removed and stored in the tttombs," crews are busy handling the technical details Which go into each ASUI production. Most of the work on sets, costumes, properties and makeup goes on in the seldom-seen rooms below the stage. Experience in these technical aspects is invalu- able to the student and the opportunity to learn is not lacking When a show is underway. 1. Catherine uKibby" McClun, as costume mistress, inspects a garment in the ttShakespeare" room. You'd never guess where it is. but sometime take a look under the "Adt' building in the "backstage tombs" . . . 2. T. S. Cady and Harry Lamson, stage electricians, get "the word" from the boss as they work in their perch at the switchboard up above the stage . . . 5. Barby Bedwell puts finishing touches on the garden backdrop which was used in "Dear Brutus." Opposite page: 3. Betty Bellaire and Elaine Glenn, two pert and clever makeup artists, found at work on Bruce Stucki and Guy Terwilleger before perform- ance of HDear Brutus" . . . 4. John Hans attacks a bit of stage dressing for ttGeorge Washington Slept Here," as Jean Collette, director, looks on and gives suggestions. ttgwryc stlzirtgtm Slept chmt George Kaufman and Moss Hart have once again triumphed with the bucolic episodes entitled "George Washington Slept Here." The play presents the tribulations of a fam- ily man who craves-and getsella little place in the country to call his own." This gracious but funny comedy includes such minor troubles as the elopement of the man's daughter with a summer theater actor and the usual invasion of week-end guests, one of whom is a prodigal uncle who is assumed to be rich but who turns out to be just another bankrupt. "A saint-that's what he is, an absolute saint," says Ed Newton lEd Dalval to Annabelle lKarleen Randalll, while Uncle Stanley tNorm Carothersl sits and looks like anything but that . . . "He pasted Wallace stickers all over our garage!" Mr. Prescott iPhil Iohnsonl has a good grip on Raymond lDee Humphreyl . . . "Stop, stop, all of you-the place is saved!" Steve's tBill David- sonl remark literally stops, in mid-action, Madge lBarb Bed- welD, Newton, Annabelle, Rena tMarian Shermanl, and Hester tFauntella Smithl. 3N vvwe t w.... .1, a :...r vnuw 27' 4'7 WW wvaMwwr' mm Purdie tDick Petersent asks, uDo the ladies like our proposal, Coade tGuY Terwillegert, to hunt the mysterious wood?" as the ladies, Alice tPat Earnest, Joanna tShirIy Brandtt, Mrs. Coade tMargaret Paynet, Lady Caroline tDorothy Greavest, and Mrs. Purdie tPolly Harrist listen with interest. At the right, Dearth tBiIl Davidsom tells his dream daughter, Margaret tColleen Christensent, HI was determined your earliest recollection should be a good one." Below, Joanna, Mabel, and Mrs. Coade reassure Lob, "Yes, we do, we all love you. Nice, nice Lobby." The presentation of "Dear Brutus," I. M. Barrje's fantasy-comedy, started off the year with a successful bang. The sophisti- cated manner, costumes and sets added to a performance Which classed the play as Hpolished." In an English setting, the char- acters are given a "second chance" in life through the medium of an enchanted, mythical forest. Lob, a delightful host at this unusual week-end house party, pro- vides entertaining and surprising moments, and the comedy itself provides many mo- ments for thought. air Brutus ,t ttmxxxwx xxxNVW g yTWWk : e 77th 701515 Cam 19 651th t The most difficult production of the year was the tragic melodrama, HUncle Tom's Cabin," 61 classic of the American stage. Twenty-three scenes brought the big mo- ments of Harriet Beecher Stowe's aboli- tionist novel to the stage and put new life in the famous characters of Uncle Tom, Little Eva, Topsy, St. Clair, and Simon Legree. High moments in the action were Eliza's crossing the ice with her baby, Eva's death scene, Legree's whipping Uncle Tom to death, and Eva's descent from heaven. Thirty actors employed in the cast and an equal number in production crews, combined efforts to present one of the most spectacular dramatic efforts of recent years. Haley tHarry Dalvat and George Shelby tDouglas Finkelnburgt have a bit of fun with Eliza's baby son, Harry tCharIes Jacksom, during the business transaction in which Haley buys the slaves, Eliza, her son, and Uncle Tom, from George Shelby . . . Caught here: Two moments from twentyetwo scenes of "Uncle Tomls Cabin." Little Eva tNancy Buchanant descends from heaven and welcomes her t'Papafl played by Maurice Paulsen, and Uncle Tom, played by Rich Pennell. At the right, Topsy, who "just growed," played by Bette West, and the Parson, plaved by Dee Harris, protect Miss Ophelia 00 Anne Elamt from her 'tnephew," Gumption Cute tHarry Lamsont. MR W x www.mw mwwwwm xxxw xxxxxxm mxww $$than 3,9,9?me Harry Dalva and Rich Pennell manipulate a flat as they strike set after a rough crew call . . . Pat Robinson, with Guy Terwillegere tight squeeze? OopSeripped a sleeveebut it ain't a big thing! . . . Pat Robinson, again, and Mary Ellen Edwards, as assistants to the director of uUncle Tom's Cabin," keep busy "on book" back-stage. Hub of dramatic operations is the "U Hut" where, in the ngeen-room," crew confer- ences and special rehearsals are held. It is here, also, that the arts of stage construction, makeup, direction, stage lighting, and acting are taught and developed. The director, her assistants and crew heads feel the weight of responsibility bearing down upon them as each Hfirst night" approaches. WW W Mwm ffzmsc lights, staga lights, curmm! 6mm time HCurtain Time," a series of one-act plays, was presented in the early spring. Student directors designed the sets, plotted the ac- tion, and directed the six plays, which ranged in variety from distinct farce to sophisticated comedy to heavy drama. This year, for the first time, these plays were presented as a regular ASUI production rather than as a laboratory assignment. The plays were costumed, staged and directed entirely by students of the ad- vanced play production class. In "The Florist Shop," Miss Wells Gune Thomast beseeches Mr. Jackson Uohn Schaplowskyt, "Please don't give him what's what.' He's twice as big as you are." . . . In HThe Word Made Flesh" Judas tRolland Tipswordt betrays the pilgrim tAd Star- nert with the words uBehold, Master!" as Cain, played by John Morley, looks on . . . The man, the woman, and the waiter tBob Ferrell, Pat Barnes, and Harry Dalvat all smile as they finally reach a solution in "One Egg." X, W axuWMfN M,m..w.,wmwwmza t WWW. w , t. WA NMWWW'MH, Mg; ' M v ,W m. WWVWWNMW WM,- .. t e WWW N mmhmmwvmvmww "m 1w, Name iuwwmwwewewm WtWyWMWMWWMW . rWWMWMMANNWNxV .twmm a W, W "Would you believe it, sirethis donkey can chum butter!" With this the comedian tDean Moshert in HTwo Blind Men and a Donkey" impresses the innkeeper tBlaine Shoemakert, who answers with credibility, "Is that so?" . . . In "Gallant Lady," Gordon Crane tNeal Christensent, the doubly-Claimed husband, decides to stay with Irene Uean Taylort, who became his wife when he was an amnesia victim, and to leave forever his appar- ently unchanged, self-centered first wife, Linda Uean Kettene bacht . . . HWe shall see, little mother, if your wine is still the best in Guadalajara," Ricardo tWillard Earnest Hatters the Senora Uo Garnert, as Rosita tBette Westt watches in "The Purple Torch." Most of the student directors have had con- siderable experience in working With pro- ductions as assistants to the director on other ASUI plays, or as crew heads or members. In the advanced production Class, the theories and rules of directing are presented and analyzed. These one-act productions are invaluable for creating practical experiences for the students. wwwmvvwxw- attain 37mg Varsity Debate Dr. A. E. Whitehead Thirty Idaho debaters, coached by A. E. Whitehead, participated in over 200 inter- collegiate debates during the year. Lau- rence Buckland and Jack Menge repre- sented Idaho in a debate With Sir Edward Boyle and the Honorable Anthony Wedge- Wood-Benn of Oxford University on the subject: HResolved: That the danger of war can best be averted by an all-purpose Anglo-American alliance." Idaho won sec- ond place in two divisions at the Northern Division tournament December 6 and 7. Laurence Buckland and Jack Menge and Tom Rigby and Paul Rigtrup placed for Idaho. In the triangular tournament with Whitman and Washington State College the men's team tied for firsts. Mary Louise Will and Shirley Iacobsen tied for second in the junior college conference. In Febru- ary, three teams won the Lewiston triangu. lar meet against WSC and NICE. At the Pacific F orensic League meet in Reno, Lau- rence Buckland entered oratory, after- dinner speaking and discussion; and Jack Menge spoke in the extemporaneous and discussion divisions. Meets With Gonzaga and Montana State University completed the season. First row: Mary Louise Will, Helen Means, Shirley Tanner, Geneva Ferguson, Shirley Jacobsen . . . Second row: Laurence Buckland, John Menge, Goodman Curtis, Tom Rigby . . . Third row: Perry Dodds, Grant Saulie, Ed Aschenbrener, Art Sutton, Julius Peterson, John Gibbs, Paul Rigtrup, Coach A. E. Whitehead. MW war :Zs me Intramural debates in which the cam- pus living groups competed were held on the question of a federal world government, as used in the intercollegiate tourneys. Top honors in the women's intra- mural contest held in November went to Kappa Kappa Gamma's team of Mary Louise W111 and Pam Gaut, who came through the entire tourney un- defeated; They received the traveling debate trophy awarded by the local chapter of Delta Sigma Rho, national forensic honorary. Eleven women's living groups participated in the con- test under the direction of Frances Rhea and Geneva Ferguson. Faculty members served as judges. Seven men's residences competed in the men's intramural debates held in March With Jack Menge and Lau- rence Buckland in charge. A cup is also presented by Delta Sigma Rho to the winning men's house. Here's that debate team in front of the Bucket ready to leave for a debate trip to Lintield, Oregon, in the univer- sity station wagon . t . Pam Gaut and Mary Louise Wille women's intramural winners . . . Iohn Menge and Lau- rence Buckland pose with English debaters; jolly, eh? liltmmuml Debate 11x??? 6?? ? 1; $ 9 ggfi5 ,5. 1 xi? WWWWWW '1'. 0 O 0 I M51515 I. umu H:: x. L21 Mare 175 g..- V em..J-t..gqv,4....,...-... -.,.-...;, , i W1 Members: R. Ashby, I. Brewster, Ii Blaine, D. Bodker, S. Buchanan, F. Butler, N. Carothers, D. Carson, R. Culbertson, G.Deoba1d, D. Dinnison, K. Draper, B. Evans, Ii Foster, E Frandsen, Gi Gallup, C. Goulder, V, Greenough, 1. Gregory, I. Hans, E. Harris, N. Herzinger, T. Iausoro, K. Iergensen, I. Jordan, Pi Jordan, M. E. Kilpatrick, P. LaRue, Ci LaFoIlette, J. McClure, B. Mariner, L. Miller, P. Miller, D. Mosher, N. L Nock, S. Norris, D. Paasch, R. Pennell, R. Pond, B. Pyles, I. Schaplowsky, R. E Schmid, H. SiIohn, M. L. Snook, Bi Sower, L. Spencer, B. Strohbehm, Bi Stucki, G. Swanson, B. Tellin,-D.Ti1bury, C. Van Riper, R. Vincent, B. Walser, K. Weber, C. Weinmann, B. West, Y. Whiting, J. Wittman. Vandalccrs Premier singing group on the campus is the black- robed Vandaleer a cappella choir directed by Pro- fessor Lockery. Started in 1934, the Vandaleers is a mixed chorus of sixty voices chosen annually by Their director. Highlights of their year's activity were the Christmas Candlelight service, the spring concert and a tour of high schools throughout Idaho. These performances have established widespread recogni- tion for the group. Professor Glen Imvknry llaiwrsity Orclmtm Public performances by the University Symphony Orchestra gained much weH-deserved applause dur- ing the entire year. Under the direction of Professor Claus, this group is composed of students who can qualify for membership after consultation with the conductor. Started 21 years ago with only a dozen members, the orchestra has grown to approximately torty pieces. Each year the orchestra presents two concerts, besides playing at commencement and bac- calaureate and programs With other organizations. Professor Ca r1 Claus Members: E. Androes, R. Atwood, L. Bailey, 1. Brewster, F. Butler, Mi A. Carlson, Gi Campbell, L. DeMoss, A. Dingle, L. Epperson, V. Fowler, D. Grieb, R. Hall, D. Hannah, R. Heidt, B. Hemrick, P. Howard, M. Jasper, R. Kelley, K. Larson, P. Lawson, D. McKinley, L. Millsap, C. Morrison, 3 Norman, S. Oakley, Ci Payne, L Robinson, M. Ritchey, W. Smith, M. L. Snook, L. Spencer, B. Sower, L. Stone, Ii Stover, Mi 5. Tovey, Ri Tremewan, W. Walter, E Williams, P. Williams .g , a 'xxx xxx t x Members: W. Adams, I. Amos, R. Atwood, N. Barrus, R. Baum, L.Briggs,P.B1-own, G. Campbell, B. Clauser, T. Curtis, D. Dirkse, B. Erickson, E. Fischback, R. Fothergill, L. Freiermuth, A. Gorsline, I. Grubb, B. Hagbom, D. Hannah, B. Heinrick, D. Holmes, A. Holyoak, H.13aman, At Johnson, R. Johnson, I. Jordan, I. Landers, P. Lawson, C. Lyon, J. McCormick, J. Nelson, S. Oakley, 1. Peterson, Dt Phelps, It Riggs, L. Robinson, M. Salmon, D. Schaffner, J. Schaplowsky, R, E. Schmid, W. Schmid, J. Sheeley, E. Spencer, L. Spencer, E. St. John, I. Teague, D. Walker, A. Woodbury. university 13am! Performing during halt-time at football games, and presenting three formal concerts, the University Con- cert Band provided the entire campus with spirited music on many occasions. Under the direction of Pro- fessor K. F. Hosch, who assumed his duties at Idaho this year, the band requires attendance and interest for membership. Always ready with music to fit the varied needs of the campus, the concert band and the tireless efforts of its members and director deserve a top rung on the ladder of music at Idaho. Professor K. F Hosch Military Band Under the direction of Professor K. F . Hosch, the Mili- tary Band distinguished itself primarily as a marching unit. They also furnished marches for the ROTC drill- ing program and dress parades. Rehearsing every Thursday m rning, the entire personnel of the M111- tary Band is made up of freshmen and sophomore men in the ROTC program. During the war the band con- sisted of less than half a dozen membersenow it can claim forty-three. Professor K. F. Hosch Members: S. Ailor, R. Atwood, Rt Baum, R. Bitter, W. Bush, W. Clark, R. Fisk, D. Folkinsl A. Fransrud, R. Fothergill, L. Freiermuth, I. Gregory, C. Guderjohn, D. Hannah, I. Hasbrouck, R. Hall, L. Heer, Gt Hess, T. Holway, J. Huff, R. Ioseti H. Isaman, R. Johnson, R. Jordan, R. Kelly, R. Kinmouth, F. Kinnisonl Dt Knox, C. LaFollette, I. Peterson, R. Powell, I. Schaplowsky, W. Sinden, I. Spink, C. Stamm, H. Sevens, B. Stucki, R. Toevs, A. Truesdell, A. Woodbury, J. Nelson 'WeXiAt Members: RtAtwood,N.Barrus,RtBaum,BtCampbell,I.Dlon,I.Gregory,I.Grimmett,D.Hannah, B.Hopk1ns,T.Kass, L, Lash, D. McKinley, R. Nickeson, St Norman, J. Riggs, I.Shee1ey, E. Spencer, E. St, John, S, Vance, Et Wllliams, A. Woodbury Pap 1671144 The Pep Band set the fall season tempo by participat- ing at all athletic rallies. Later it made its annual tour of the state and aroused much favorable comment because of the spirited renditions of both classical and popular music. New members added individual technical virtuosity and the baton wielding of Bud Walter brought the coherence, musically speaking, needed to transform the group into a smoothly func- tioning unit. New arrangements, new ideas and new talent combined to make this the most successful year in the history of the organization. Hm! Walter MIWLb ?.WVW Z747 Ham! Show The spring season saw the curtain rise and fall on HShoot the Works," the most enthusi- astically received Pep Band show the campus has seen. lack Gregory and Jack Lein as a comedy team literally brought down the house. Bette Tarr, Chofeographer, headed a high-kickinq, pulchritudinous chorus; Dick Schou and Gregg Potvin wrote and directed the show. The Pep Band, under the direction of Bud Walter, showed its versatility by run- tt. ning the gamut from classical to Jump" musical numbers. The first part of thePep Band Show has always been a short program of the more serious type of music. This year, especially, a well-rounded program Which appealed to almost all members of the audience included such favorites as "Bolero" by Ravel, and HOn the Trail," from the HGrand Canyon Suite," by Grofe. HShoot the Works" was the second part of the show, and that is exactly What the band did. Leopold Rackemupmanoff and his script boy, and Lewellyn Horawitz and Gladys Glamour made a hit whenever they came on stage-especially when even the cast didn't know exactly what would pop out next. All in all, the performances were very successful, and the Hmusical conglomeration" made a hit. $ Here, Fred Willett, Bette Tarr, Bud Walter, and Gregg Potvin, direc- tors and scriptrwriters, get together for a little hash session. . l Ted Becher, and we wontt say who tyou guessl, take it "slow-motion- like" for the Camera eye . . . Nice-looking chorus line you have there! tShirley Smith, "Mike" Meeks, Mary Jane Breier,Beverly Gordon, Pat Miller, and Dawn Barnesl. 231 Ms , .. "v. WMNFNWWW Radio station KUOI is the University of Idaho's student-owned and operated station. Programs of all types are broadcast during the ten hours KUOI is on the air each day. Included are dra- matic shows, news broadcasts, sports commentaries, Classical music, and the familiar Hdisc jockey" programs. A staff of thirty students prepare and present the programs. KUOI is repre- sented nationally on the Intercollegiate Broadcasting System. 232 Upper left: Smooth-looking Harry Howard as station man- ager second semester kept things running smoothly . . . When things need fixing, just call on the technical staff come posed of Don Lapray, Sherm Weisgerber, and Roy Hooper . . . At lower left are pictured the announcing staff, with Grant McDaniels tfar lem and Harry Lamson tfar righO, the chief announcers . . . At lower right are Orval Hansen, station assistant business manager, and Betty Lou Loman, secretary. wwwmxw WWWWW WW WWW WW WW Upper left: The secretarial staff, an important group to KUOI . . . And in this corner we haveWTed Cady, station manager the first semester--and without his auto, too . . . Maurice Paulsenl with upraised arm, directs the presenta- tion of HMacbeth" on the only drama program KUOI spon- sors . . . Here Jack Rowe and Harry Lamson put out the first remote control program of the year from the Bucket. The I.B.S. links college stations at titty different universities and colleges in the United States and Canada. Special Hon-the-spot" coverages of athletic events, concerts, and assemblies are pre- sented, and by broadcasting music for house dances, the station gains self-supporting funds. H. E. Hattrup of the electrical engi- neering department was faculty -advisor for this ambitious and growing organization. $me wxxxxxxxx xx mxxxxxw xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxw ' x .r 1 QN .ij av g, $ :4 i ,';wx l'Wme . kurrrrrrw The Argonaut's out! 371:: lore afprimgrs Wk am! presses. . . Scheduling and rescheduling pictures, writing and rewriting copy, phoning and rephoning staff members, Gem section editors and their assistants found themselves doing more and more than just editing. lsobelle Phelan and lo Garner, editor and assistant of Book I, Traditions, decided first What Idaho traditions were traditions and then set about making a readable section about them. Typing pages of class lists and arranging page layouts would have made a big job for Margaret Weitz, editor of Book II, Learning, and her assist- ant, Sue Beardsley. However, they did much more. Barbara Spaeth and Mary lane Breier, editor and assistant editor of Book III, Service, scheduled pictures of the University's extra- curricular groups, and spent a long time getting copy in. Characterizing Idaho's athletic New Look fell to a pair of Taylors who were no rela- tion. lack Taylor, last year's sports editor, again held that position, assisted by Donna Lue Taylor. Sally Foskett, editor of Book V, Living, spent much of her time tracing house pictures and arranging house panels. Her assistant, Mary Sue Tovey, wrote most of the copy. Beside the editors, a large staff contributed much time and effort to the book. Bill Hansen, photomounting editor, scheduled individual pic- ' ,- r l I ures for Idaho's 3700 s uden s and did much Of V , . l the mounting. Bonnie Burnsidte and Phyllis Coon ,x indexed the book; Charlotte Greenwood served as secretarial head. All copy crossed Copy Editor Howard Reinhardt's desk and all art work was done by or under the supervision of Art Editor Bob F inlayson. Photographer Don Robert- son did much more than photograph, although he and his assistant, Ted Cowin, took most of the pictures. i5 ii 236 Most of the work on pictures was done under the supervisory eye of Phil Schnell, associate editor. A1- most every night he could be found in the Gem officehshowing frosh staff members how to arrange pic- tures, scaling of photos, wrapping pictures for mailing to the engrav- ers, or tracing the glue pot. Coor- dinating the staff's efforts absorbed much of Phil's time. WVWWWaIIMme Wm, . No matter how much she pushed her staff members, it was always Editor Elizabeth Robinson who finally inherited Gem head- aches. She had most of the big jobs-made the dummies, supervised section editors, and kept in almost constant contact with the printers . . . and she had a lot of the little jobs, too. HRobin" was appointed to the editor's position after three years of Gem work. The first two years she worked on copy; became a section editor last year. Despite the time spent putting out Gems, she has scraped together enough credits to graduate with a degree in English and dramatics, enough activities to become one of the campus's women wheels. " stilt Maunmim Writing the prospective advertisers throughout the state and laying out advertising occupied much of the time of Art Becher, advertising man- ager, and Willa Hasbrouck, head of the secretarial staff. Headaches and more headaches came with business- men hard to convince of the Wisdom of Gem advertising, and trying to get prompt answers from advertisers. Larry Meech had the responsibil- ity of arranging for campus organiza- tions' space in the book, and of billing these organizations through the grad- uate manager's office. As the book went to press, Vernon McCormack's job was just beginning; his big prob- lem was distribution of the '48 Gem. Most of the problems of finances, sales, and distribution of the 1948 Gem fell on the shoulders of Earl Hayes, senior business major. Assistant business manager last year, he was appointed to the big job of keeping the 1948 yearbook out of the red. Earl also found time to direct the Beta sere- nades and have his morning coffee at the Nest. Through long hours of effort, everything is completed. Charlotte Greenwood was head of the secretarial staff, and Bill Han- sen piloted. the photomounting crew to the end. The photo in the center shows the boys Who worked. With Art Becher, solicit- ing local business houses for advertising. The secretarial, advertising, and photo- mounting staffs are comprised of people do much more of the work behind each Gem than they are given credit tor. The editors, section editors, and others in Charge hand over a great deal of the actual work to be done to these people. . . Illa Mountains Top name on the masthead ot the Idaho Argonaut during the year was that of Art Riddle, senior journalism major from Boise. To him, as editor, came most of the complaints and some of the praise for the contents of the twice-weekly paper. Riddle started as a reporter in 1945 and by last year had worked up through various staff positions to the managing editor's post under Dick Eimers. He took over HIason's" task with the first issue of the 1947-1948 school year. - y Stan Godecike checked copy at the managing editor's desk each Monday and Thursday throughout the year as the staff assembled the next day's paper. On his shoulders tell the main burden of getting out the news. Godeckets unusual writing ability and his flair for digging up stories carried the tall junior from reporter through feature editor to managing editor in two years. Stan majors in history, minors in journalism, and hails from Minden, Nevada. Keeping the Argonaut on a sound financial keel was Sharon O'Donnell's job as business manager. She kept track of the ads, laid them out, and usually proot-read them. When an error occurred Sharon's attractive smile quickly soothed the injured party, whether it was a Mos- cow merchant or one of the printers. From Millwood, Washington, she ma- jored in zoology. Pat Colvard, society editor, recorded campus social events for the Arg and Day Editor Jim Spoerhase wrote everything from 8-column banners to three- line fillers tabovei. Rewrite Editor Olevia Smith and Feature Editor Newt Cutler, upper right, often missed meals as they cleared last-minute stories before the deadline. Staff members made many an error but N ight Editor Lee Bath and Proofreaders Sally Norris and Warren Johnson spotted and corrected most of them. Moscow business men came to know Del Klaus well as he contacted them for Arg advertisements. Bonnie Miller, as circulation manager, took charge of the deliveries. At lower right, Sports Editor Harry Howard, With familiar pipe, made accurate predictions in his col- umn, helped Vandal teams, gave his readers better sports news, aided by Allan Derr and John Martin. Ted Cowin, holding picture, produced many news- worthy photos. In her key position as news editor, Geneva Fergu- son, below, never let the paper down. Her sense of humor was missed when she retired at first semester's end after four years of untiring Arg work. Also pic- tured below, Maurice Paulsen held the assistant news editor's post besides his position as Blot's editor. MMWMM www.aW, 3716 MW! Aryamzut Every school and college and almost every department in the University was covered regularly by Argonaut reporters in their search for news. The reporting staff, back- bone of the Arg, seldom missed. a news- worthy event. mwmwmmwmwm Stories were turned in to the copy desk and rewrite staff. Howard Reinhardt and his assistants struggled to fill the column with the right headline for each story. Rewrite smoothed out the rough spots, reassembled split intinitives, and located missing commas. Their job was a heavy one, with most reporters fact7tinders and not writers. The ASUI station wagon turned up a num- ber of miles as the campus circulation crew delivered Argonauts to houses, halls, and University offices. Every Tuesday and Friday morning the papers were picked up at the Idahonian where the Arg is printed. Over three thou- sand copies were left in accessible spots for eager readers. Whether the sun was shining or roads slick with snow the delivery crew got the papers out. When the station wagon was in use elsewhere distribution was by taxi. l Qg", '. 5v: w; e-; e. + 3716 Jdalm Aryammt Dependent on advertising for its support, as all newspapers are, the Argonaut car- ried both local and national ads. Moscow business men were canvassed by students of the business staff on Wednesdays and Fridays. Experience in advertising was gained by Had-chasers" When business firms told the students to prepare ads for them. With Sharon O'Donnell, Del Klaus ans swered most of the chaser's questions when he wasn't bounding them for more inches of ads. Not all Argonaut readers reside on the campus or in Moscow. A mail circulation staff was necessary to get out the postal subscriptions. Composed mainly of women, the staff put in long hours twice a week wrapping and addressing papers. Under Bonnie Miller's direction, Georgia Burgess noted that everything was done correctly. Approximately 300 copies were sent on the Boise train, the Spokane train, and by other routes to subscribers and advertisers. Art Brackebusch, left; Frank Hawksworth, right . . . Not present, Bob Walkley fdalm gortstcr The Idaho Forester, annual publication of the School of Forestry, was edited this year by Bob Wakely, assisted by Frank Hawksworth and Art Brackebusch. The magazine is distributed throughout the state and in other regions of the United States. It covers activities of the school of forestry, and the Associated Foresters through- out the year. Space is also devoted to the inter- ests of graduate students of the department. This year the Idaho Engineer inaugurated pub- lication four times a year. The official organ of the Associated Engineers of the University of Idaho presents in each issue the latest develop- ments in the field of engineering, features which include the wanderings of Transit Bob and Slide Rule Slips and reports on all meetings of the Idaho Society of Engineers. An outstanding fea- ture this year was Mr. Walter R. Freeburg's article on HSawdust in Concrete," where the author presented a method of using hitherto use- less sawdust as a filler in concrete. Bates Murphy and Leslie D. Lash were editors on alternate issues, while Ed Greet and John Fry shared the responsibility of business manager. Members of the staff included Assistant Editors Dick Toevs and Sam Vance; and Jo Garner, Dean Lenander, Roland Hughes, Jack McFrederick, Ivan Brink and John Holland. Professor N. F . Hindle and Professor F. H. Hall are faculty advisors. idaiw fnyimgr Bates Murphy 1670f The campus magazine, Blot, began its second year of existence with ASUI backing after being independently financed, and with nation-wide publicity When Varsity magazine reprinted its May and Christmas 1947 covers and credited it with being one of the few campus magazines to successfully combine literature and humor. Appearing quarterly, circulation of the magazine was simplified by selling only through subscriptions and on the news stands. Blot sponsored Miss Idaho Coed of 1948 in a national collegiate beauty con- test and printed the winning photograph on the cover of its final issue this year. Maurice Paulsen, Who founded the Idaho humor and literary magazine VanIda with Elizabeth Robinson in the spring of 1945, was co-editor of Blot, the magazine's new name, in 1946-47, and continued to guide Blot's activities this year as editor. Hank Behrmen, business manager, headed the advertising and circulation staffs. Advertising covered over half the expenses of printing the maga- zine. Newt Cutler as managing editor chased down copy and had the thankless task of picking girls for Blot's beauty section in each issue. Lowell Horne and Joan Brown were co- circulation managers. t i t V I Blot staff members put in long hours chas- ing down copy and pictures for the maga- zine. Above, standing, are Bob Finlayson, art editor, and Fred Farmer, photographer. Seated are Barbara Bedwell, cartoonist, Lynn Davis, and Edith Stough, columnist. Center, left to right, are Ramona Bills, Pat Hamilton, photographer, Bobi Bretz, pic- ture feature editor, Walt Jain, executive assistant, Joan Getty, and Becky Barline. The advertising staff solicited and wrote copy for ads. Most local merchants signed for an ad in each of the four issues at the beginning of the year. On the staff are, standing, Mike Vukich, Maxine Galvin, Bob Finlayson and Barbara Bedwell, and seated, Jean Carter, Georgia Burgess, and Pete Bacon. Shown above is the cartoon cover for the fall issue. Other issues fea- tured Jean Wallace and Mary Stringer on the covers. xxxxxxxxx Art Riddle Newt Cutler 60-84 60516 The Co-ed Code contains revised rules, regu1ations, honoraries, tips to the incom- ing women students on campus dress and activities. The Code is now incorporated within the Student Handbook, and it is handed to new women enrollees in the registration lines. It is valuab1e, also, to former students who want to brush up on the campus code. Frances Rhea and Mary Sue Tovey edited the Co-ed Code, and June Reed is editing the 1948-49 edition. Studmt mmm The ASUI Student Handbook was distributed to new students in registration lines and through the mails this fall to describe student activities and organizations to the enrollees. It included a complete copy of the ASUI constitution and by-laws. The con- stitution was remode1ed by the 1947-48 ASUI Executive Board and voted in by the ASUI elections this spring. The complete revision appears in the Student Handbook. University regula- tions, a genera1 description of university activities, brief nota- tions on Idaho's traditions, a listing of honorary societies, and recreational facilities are some of the things which appear in the handbook to familiarize new students with the campus. Appointed to edit the Student Handbook for 1947-48 was Art Riddle, who compiled the material last spring in order that the Handbook rea Ch the students this year. Newt Cutler was selected to edit the 1948-49 Handbook which will come out this fall. Mary Sue Tovey and June Reed mat a uniform I my a xxx xxxxxxxxx M Pu m 5 .Mb $2 xmxsiw z $434 3km x 33,? Nx3x7z X . $; xxx ?xxx . , V ,, L V , 2, ,, . ,, X Colonel Benjamin H. Hensley, U.S.A. K038 The ROTC unit was established on the Idaho campus on January 8, 1917, and many graduates have served their country with valor since that time. Innumerable students have taken basic and advanced courses in Military Science. Outstanding graduates of these courses have served in World Wars I and H and an enviable record was estab- lished by them. Among those faculty graduates Who have participated in ROTC are President Jesse Buchanan and Bursar Kenneth Dick. The Corp's stated mission is the preparation of junior officers Who Will serve the nation's need in time of emergency. The Department of the Army and the Department of the Air F orce for that reason furnish weapons, uniforms, equipment, textbooks and instructors to the University. Students, too, receive government allow- ances. The Idaho ROTC unit this year marched in the Army Day parade; Pershing Rifles, military honorary, marched in the Little International parade. The ROTC band aids in many local and university functions. Pride and joy of the ROTC unit is the rifle team, Which has consistently ranked among the best in the country. Here, the members pause in their practice for a moment. exhXV 2x6 n 27h t . j .. WMeew W Amxxxvfrx y em First row: Major F. V. Smith, Major E. E. Lundak, Major H. N. Miller, Capt. R, L. Jones, Capt. C. R. Underdahl, Capt. S. L. Olson . . . Second row: M.Sgt.T. H.10hnson, 1.Sgt. E. H. Harris! M.Sgt.D.M.MCC1ure, 1.Sgt. T. D. Faulkner, Mtht. P. C. Curd, T.Sgt. C. V. Kramer . . T.Sgt. E. C. Hopper . Third row: M.Sgt. G. E. Devereaux, S.Sgtt R. I. Goin, In a lab period, students play back the code recorder which is valuable for teaching both sending and receiving Of co e . . . Three members of the rifle team demonstrate their form, while instructors check their technique . . t Major H. N. Miller instructs ROTC students in the assemblage technique of the .30 caliber carbine. Wxxxm+ ww- K036 The snappy blue uniforms of NROTC trainees were more frequently seen on the campus this year as the Navy added titty freshmen to its ranks and lost but one by graduation. Three more will be commissioned this spring-Richard Fahrenwald, Maurice Paulsen, and Charles Rohay. The trainees are required to take one Navy course each semes- ter for the four years, for which they are paid $50 a month and tuition, or $24 a month, depending on the terms of their contracts. They take two-month summer training cruises on various ships in the Pacific. A staff of five officers and eight enlisted men operate the Idaho unit. The Navy building houses over $51,000 worth of equipment, excluding rifles and other guns. But the Navy feels that with such an investment, it can turn out officers equal to the graduates of Annapolis and build up its reserve power in case of an emergency. .Etiknge-r-rfg - 4 :A . t :1on Captain S. H. Ambruster, U.S.N. A group of students and instructors study one phase of seamanship, which will be supplemented by practical Commander Kenneth L. Butler experience in the eight-week summer cruises. NROTC officers and non-coms talk over teaching plans and scope for next term. BeloW Front row: I. A. Kron, Ltljgk USN; L. A. Bordwell, Lt. USN; W. L. Bushy, Ltijgk USN; T. L. Morgan, LLUQL USN: F. W. C. ZWicker, CDR, USN . .. Second row: I. J. Phillips, LCDR, USN; R. S. Ewing, LMng SC, USN;I. W.Ry1es, Lt, USN; F. R. Porterfield, LL, USN; I. H. Latiberte, LL, USN . . . Third row: L. B. Loudermilk, LLGQL USN; E. D. Simonson, Ens., SC, USN; D. G Lamborne, LLGQL SC, USN; T. V. Cooper, Ltljgh USN; R. S. Fogg, Ltlng USN; H. F. Wiley, LtGgL USN; R. J. Van Blake, Ltljgk USN . . . Not pictured: A. M. Barlow, Lt. USN; W. R. Smith, LLOQL USN. . . At right, Students test figures relating to range and windage-plotted correctly? The fire control officer looks on . . . Here the range and windage actually being figured is transmitted to the main batteries by four Htalkers." 9 mxka U. of I. Winter Sports Area . ,. . v .ddwh, ......,.. .-7- , I , . , 25$: 3,; i . z w A m, ,. c. t . c I g Q. .LK .YX : s. i; - ; ; . The Little International Ag show, which attracts 4-H students throughout the state and exhibits Idaho's finest livestock and newest agricultural developments, was the main project of the Agriculture Club. The Ag Bawl and the Ag-Home EC mixer occupied the time for the remainder of the year. All students registered in the School of Agriculture are eligible for membership. Paul Wetter acted as president and was assisted by the following officers: Bob Eyestone, Vice-president; Orval Hansen, secretary; Bob Orme, treasurer; Dee Harris, publicity chairman, and Keith Ralstin, Little International director. First row: R. Hansen, Ohms, Robinette, Chaffin, O. Hansen, Eyestone, Wetter, Kinnison, McMaster, Hart, Howard, Johnson . . , Second row: C. Beckman, Reddekop, Sorenson, Bretz, Neiwirth, Wald, Kennison, Comstock, Smith, Coltrin, Hopper, Zach . . . Third row: Lay, Ft Beckman, Davis, Linstrom, Alldaffer, Williams, Copenhaver, Hottbuhr, Frederickson, Homing . .. Fourth row: Cree, Hedelius, Gallup, Thomas, Flora, Acock, Thatcher, Woodruft, Jensen, Chaney, Ralstin . . . Fifth row: Briggs, Day, Ross, Linstrom, Wheeler,Fe1dhusen, Hasbrouck, Jones, Ness, Robinson . . . Sixth row: Isaman, Dean, Stevens, Roberts, Lind, Wicher, Talbot, Ellersick, Moldenhauer . . . Seventh row: Johnston, Ostler, Ingebritsen, Morrison, Niswander, Sutton, Hale, Grey, Nallty . . . Eighth row: Morton, Fry, Brown, Jacobs, Marshall. yricultum yriwltuml frigimm mwmxxwiywe First row: W. R. Friberg, Ioe Schmid, Bill Larson, Roy Taylor, Richard Toevs, Max H. Ririe . . . Second row: Bill Knight, I. Wt Martin, Ray Fletcher, James Lenders, Rich Bakes, Tom Curtis, Kenneth Marshall . . . Third row: Bill Berry, Zimri Mills, Gene Easton, Elvan Bean, Ray Benjamin, Robert Budweg, Harold Brevick. Membership in the Agricultural Engineers is open to all students registered in the school of agricultural engineering. In addition to monthly Chapter meetings conducted by President Joe Schmid, the engineers have functioned in various other activities. These include work on the annual Engineers' Ball, a float and display in Little International, and a field trip. Assisting Joe in leadership for the year were Bill Larsen, vice-president; and Roy Taylor, secretary-treasurer. The American Society of Civil Engineers, junior branch, is a member of the national organi- zation of the same name. Only requirement for membership is enrollment in civil engineering. President this past year was Frank Larson. Other officers were Doyle Ienson, Vice-president; Robert Griffiths, secretary-treasurer; and Jim Burton, junior representative to Engineering Council. Faculty adviser of the group was Dr. I. A. Riedesel. First row: Prof. Riedesel, Prof. Tinniswoodl Frank Larson, Bob Griffiths, Ralph Myers, Prof. Curtis . . . Second row: William Howard, Harold Largent, Elmer Sonnivillel Dayle Jensen . . . Third row: Sumner Johnson, Thomas Dunn, Robert Hofmann, Ted Parker . . . Fourth row: Joseph Kavanaugh, Boyd Kramer, Ad Sterner, James Burton! William Briggs, Hollis Goff, Philip Johnson . . . Fifth row: John Fry, Marcey Laragan, George Haroldsen, Irel McQueen, Carl Voeller, Victor DeVries . . . Sixth row: John Hornbach, Daren Thiel, Harold Stivers, Don Reis, Prof. Andres, Allen Stanley, Prof. Warnick, Cab Fearn, Prof. Hall, Dean Ianssen. Associated ?mstm 'm W WW; First row: Robert Neel, George D. Frazier, Donal W. BrisIain, David Schmitt, Chuck Muehlethaler . . . Second row: G. B. Youngblood, George D. Lea, Dean W.Laugh1in,Rex S.ZoBe11, Herald S. Nokes, L. B. Curtis . . . Third row: G. E. Jolsyn, Bruce E. Colwell, Joe Venishnick, Leonard Hoskins, Paul Hoskins . . . Fourth row: W. Risse, F. Hawksworth, A. Palmer, A. Bracken- busch, R. Hunqerford, R. Brown The Associated Foresters, an organization open to all forestry students, started their activities this fall with a steak fry, held in the Winter Sports Area lodge. With the opening of the second semester came the Foresters' Ball, with HPauI Bunyan" presiding. Officers for this year were: President, Steele Barnett; vice-president, Thomas Evans; secretary, Donal Brislain; treasurer, Donald Hazelbaker, and ranger, John O. Herron. Membership in the Associated Engineers is open to all students enrolled in the College of Engineering. The members annually sponsor the Engineers' Ball, which features electrical, mechanical, and other displays fashioned by the department. Providing entertainment and recreation for the members were a picnic and a smoker held during the year. The Associated Engineers sponsor the annual publication of their official magazine, the Idaho Engineer. Officers were Dave Johnson, president, and Jim Miller, secretary-treasurer. Dean Janssen advised the group. First row: Art Humphrey, Robert Steiger, L. A. Dobter, Sherm Weisgerber, Dave Johnson, I. V. Miller, R. H. Griffiths . . . Second row: R. E. Allen! John H. Meters, Charles Peck, Dale Benjamin, Ray Benjamin, John Nesbitt . . . Third row: James Lenders, Arlen Webb,Dona1d Lapray, Glen Benjamin . . .Fourth row: Dayle Jensen, Frank Larson, Philip Johnson, Joe Gogenola, Elmer Soniville, Bob Griffiths, Tom Dunn, Allen Stanley. Associated frigimcrs weir X7 First row: It Garber, Alice Nesbitt, Harold C. Lynch, Donald A. less i . i Second row: Ken F. Bailey, Arthur Griffith, Mac Tschanz, Bruce Campbell . . . Third row: Don Dahlel Art Randall, G. Glarborg, J. E. Smedley. The Associated Miners, affiliated with the American Institute of Mining and Metallurgical Engineers, have as their main function the promotion of educational features and interest in the school and profession. This group also sponsored the Muckers' Ball in cooperation with Sigma Gamma Epsilon. Wielding the gavel was Richard F. Pagel, and other officers assisting him were Douglas Bell, vicevpresident, and Walter Shaw, secretary. The Attic Club, an organization of students registered in art, gives the students an opportunity to become better acquainted and to gain greater appreciation of art. Their social highlights are the annual spring dance, picnics, and bridge teas. Members design Christmas cards and arrange the art exhibits. President this year was LeRoy Anderson. Vice-President Lynn Davis, Secretary Maxine Galvin, and Social Chairman Barbara Bedwell assisted him. First row: Ken Goldsberry, Calvin Wilson, Frank Gaylor, Warren Streator, Richard Bodine, Ivan Stone, Chet L. Chawver, L. W. Truitt . . . Second row: Sally Jo Koon, Marian Sherman, Cal Jones, Lynn Davis, Maxine Galvin! Barbara Bedwell, LeRoy Anderson, LeiLani Slater, Gwen Giese . . . Third row: Vilas Gleason, Fred Farmer, Marvin Utter! James Black, Becky Barline, Joan Getty, Bob Marks, Patty Robinson, Jim Marshall, Pete Bonin, Morgan Tovey, Melvin Holley . . . Fourth row: HBumper'I Lyons, Wayne Kious, Paul Stump, Jack Doyle, Chuck Scott, Val Yurchenco, Edgar Jensen, Keith Keefer, Lois Hodgson, Jeanne Hungerford, Steve Helm. ?.?HHHI ii , I First row: I. V. Smith, C. J. Kiblen, C. G. McIntyre, M. Alsager, S. Forbush, I. W. Gunn . . . Second row: R. L. Riordan, Ct 1. Hamilton, A. L. Smith, Billie Odbergl L. O. Kingstord, I. R. Kemper, T. E. Roberts . . . Third row: William B. Kenneday, C. C. Kitchen, Robert Hendricks, P. I. Kalamarides, Berne Jensen! Charles Donaldson, James Bruce, Steve Bistline . . . Fourth row: William H. Bakes, William Gorshe, Lloyd Browning, R. W. Stephan! Ed Heap, Sylvan Ieppesen, I. B Anderson, W. H. Foster, Ed Johnson. Art Smith presidented Bench and Bar, which includes all students registered in the College of Law. The organization was founded locally in 1912. Activities of this club include the annual basketball game With the Ag students, luncheon meetings with guest speakers, and a coffee hour at the Bucket for Dads on Dads' Day. Other officers of the year were: Bob Stephan, vice-president; John Gunn, secretary; Cope Gale, treasurer; Berne Jensen, reporter and historian, and Jim Bruce, sergeant-at-arms. Comprising the Chemical Engineers are those students enrolled in the chemical engineering department who are interested in learning more about their field of work through labs, discus- sion groups and meetings held on various topics. At the Engineer's Ball, the group presented a demonstration. Officers for the year were: Leonard Dobler, president; Charles Runberg, Vice-president; Leslie Lash, secretary-treasurer. Dr. C. O. Reiser served as adviser. First row: C. OA Reiser, Dwight Hoffman, L. A. Dobler, John Runberg, Howard Burkhardt, Art Humphrey . . . Second row: Frank Tipton, I Brown, E. S. Grimmett, T. A. Arnold, R. Pettijohn, D. Benjamin . . t Third row: Archie Larson, D, Bray, R. M. Lattig, Wayne Chase, H. Brammer, T. L. Deobald. Ellcmzml fayimcrs First row: Al Holte, Whit Symms, Arthur Trautner, Lou Cosho, Harold Barnes . . . Second row: Leo Freiermuth, Harold Gerber, Dean Blair, Dean Lenander, Dr, Worth, John Cosho, D. Brown, Mr" Dunham, James Giblert The Chess Club is a comparatively new organization on the campus having originated last year as the Hbaby" of a group of interested students. This year several tournaments were held, some with the Washington State College Club. Officers of the past year included John Cosho, president; Whit Symmes, secretary-treasurer; and Leo Freiermulh. Idaho Chapter of University Dames was organized on the Idaho campus in January, 1941, under the sponsorship of the Faculty Women's Club. Members are married women students or wives of men students. To suit the varied interests of the members, the activity groups for the school year 1947-48 were handcratt, choral, sports tbasketball, volleyball, badmintont, and bridge. This year's officers were: President, Eleanora Fry; Vice-president, Barbara Kunze; recording secretary, Gerry Foster; corresponding secretary, Belvia Ellis; treasurer, Phyllis Latterty, and historian, Gloria Angelo. First row: I. Hansberry, G. Little, R Hewitt, H. Griffin, I. Bush, F. Wakely, L. Horn, A. Hlastala, K. Chronig . . . Second row: C. Barlow, D. Severis, L. Brannon, B. Morgan, G. Angelo, I. Foster, B. Kunze, Mrs. L. C. Cady, E. Fry, P. Lafferty, B. Ellis, 1. Yost . . . Third row: A. Clark, M. Simmons, 1. Woods, N. Wilde, B. Hansen, E. Seymour, L. Fisher, Bt Harlow, Mt Stewart, M. Levitt, A. Smith, B. Dunham, E. Grey, M. Schoeppach, M. Brown, P. Roberts . . . Fourth row: A. Meyers, I. Meyers, V. Mucherheid, C. Glasby, A. Gossett, D. Bye, G. Passborg, E. Gracen, M. LeClair, G. Harrington, J. Hamilton, C. Dodel, D. Stark. e 8165mm! frigimm First row: I. Bloodsworth, G.Wimer,G.Hattrup,Prof.IAH.10hnson,1. Barber, Gt Barker . . . Second row: W. Bush! B. Smith, J. Holland, It Lantor, 1. Barber . T . Third row: Rt Hyde, G. Benjamin, P. Hurless, T. Wolfe, J. Peterson , . . Fourth row: K. Allan, D. Baumgartner, Rt Fisher, A. Griff, D. Angelo . . . Fifth row: J. Ellis, G. Thompson, B. Tiederman, D. Lapray, Pt Hooper, C. Peck, S. Weisgerber . . , Sixth row: R. McClure L Clark, B. Shelley, I. Hansberry, D. Salladay, M. Adams, D. Johnson The Electrical Engineers functioned this year with Gerald Hattrup as chairman; James Barber, vice-chairman; Glen Barker, secretary, and John Bloodworth, treasurer. J. Hugo Johnson acted as faculty counselor. Activities for the year have been many and varied. The electrical engineers took charge of publicity at the Engineers' Ball, in addition to their display. A lab party and a steak fry provided entertainment for the group. Climaxing the year, a joint meeting was held in the spring with WSC and the professional men from Spokane. Former members of 4-H Clubs who have had at least one year of club work have organized this group. Their aim is to continue and promote the activities and ideals of the Head, Hand, Heart, and Health organization. Helen Thomas held the wheel during the past year, assisted by Earl Miller, Vice-president; Mary Jones, secretary; Jerry Comstock, treasurer; and Faculty Advisor Martha Obedal. Among the activities were included exchanges with the Washington State College club. First row: Phyllis Andrew, Mary Agnes Jones, Helen Thomas, Earl Miller, Gerald Comstock, Betty Loren . . . Second row: Edna Mooney, D. E. Warren, Douglas Weinman, Edith iiytert, John D. White, Betty Lou Hooper, Roger Johnson 4-fl 611117 Firstrow:B.Py1es,W.Merz,I.Hofman,G.Deobald,S.Oakley,M.Anderson, L.Martinda1e,J.Davies, M. Eisenhauer, S. Auger I. Lindstrom . . . Second row: M. Watanabe, C. Smith, P. Brown, 0. Ritchey, B. Trout, P. Adams, Mi L. Bates, E. Bahr, M. Jones: Mi Carnie . . . Third row: H. Denevan, C. Jergenson, P. Schaplowsky, B. Hooper, M. Weber, M. Eke, A. Handel, E. Seyfert? I. Feldhusen . . . Fourth row: H. Wrenl S. Darwin, P. LaRue, I. Shiell, E. Matson, I. Love, B. Reece, J. Snyder, M. Iardine All home economics students are eligible for membership in this club, which encourages an interest in the profession. Members planned the annual Home Ec Day, which is attended by high school students in this area, and the Fashion Show, which is presented at that time. Margaret Anderson, president, was aided by Shirley Oakley, vice-president; Elsa Matson treasurer; Gay Deobald, key girl chairman, and Gerry Stanfield, historian. I Kenneth Neibauer was president of the Mechanical Engineers, at student branch of the American Society of. Mechanical Engineers. The group was organized on this campus to promote interest in the profession. Inspection trips, films concerning engineering, and banquets were among the major functions of this organization. John Meyers acted as vice- president; Donald Walker, secretary-treasurer; and Professor Henry F. Gauss was honorary chairman for the group. First row: R. E. Gordon, A. He Horch, J. H. Myers, K. L. Neibauer, I. U. Miller, D. L. Walker, S. C. Brown . . . Second row: Walter Dodel, G. H. Cooke, R. I. Bugnall, W. Fisher, H. Z. Scott, LaMar Garrard, J. Nesbitt, R. F. Hughes, S. D. Lenander . . . Third row: M. S. Hlastala, S. McLerran, N. S. Johnson, R. L. Schoeppach, C. O. Bohnal R. E. Grush, A. C. Kramer, Ken Smith nyyimc Association '05 T First row: John O. Grimmett, John C. Hutton, Jack D. Crawford, Richard E Fairchild . . . Second row: Allan C. Lemon, faculty advisor, Alice Woog, George E. Haas, Harold Klobucher . t . Third row: Charline Bales, Olivine Ritchey, Abe Erlick, Alan Woog, Donita Brown Organized in the 1946-47 school year, the University of Idaho Mental Hygiene Association is composed of psychology, educational guidance, and sociology majors and other interested students. The year's activities included presentation of speakers on mental hygiene and promotion of interest in guidance work. Dr. H. C. Harmsworth's discussion of marriage gained state-wide attention. Guiding the group were George Haas, president; Harold Klobucher, Vice-president; Mrs. Alice Woog, secretary-treasurer; and Polly Bickett, publicity chairman. Dr. Allan C. Lemmon was faculty advisor to the group. Chartered as a member of the Idaho State Chamber of Commerce in April, 1946, the School of Business Chamber attempts to promote leadership, to create an interest in the school of business administration, to develop an interest in civic and commercial affairs, and to foster a bond among students, alumni! and business men. In February the group placed the Boxer's Memorial Plaque in the memorial gymnasium, honoring Idahots Pacific coast and national intercollegiate champions. Garth Haddock served as president, Dean Larson, vice-president; Max Galvin, secretary, and Kermit Myers, treasurer. William Folz acted as advisor. First row: E. Gould, K, A. Mautz, H.Morrison, I.Snow,C.Gi1b, J.Griffin, E.Smith, M.Williamson, G. Haddock, B. Sorenson, D, Robertson . . . Second row: R. Domnick, I. Hunter, C. Smith, G. Bradford, D, Larson, F. Latham, C. Beecher. . . Third row: DiWelch,D.Winston,D.Evans,R.Morbach,R.Walker,CtB1anton.. .Fourth row: L. Perettil E. Rice, D. Farmer, G. Peterson, G. Neumayer, L. Boyle i . . Fifth row: I. Reid, N. Huhtata, A. Truesdelt, H. Behrmen, R. Worthington, D. Benscoter, D. Berry. P. Rowell gilambc'r a CJKWWIKITK Vandal Ski 61115 First row: Gerry Carson, Margaret Eke, Jack Numbers, Bonnie Kuehl, Don Hayes, Dorothy Galey, Jack Robinette, Ed Le Duc, George Haas; R. B. Anderson, Bill Larson t . . Second row: Eileen Brewster, Ted Baker, Robert Crabtree, Georgia Stonemets, Ila Sample, Ruth Van Engelen, Lois Shenberger, Ted Lewis, Emanuel Marks, Nathan Marks, Donald King . . t Third row: Dick Johnson, Fred Griffin, Gordon Larsen, Alan Maxwell, C. B. Sweet, Dick Patrick, Eldon Simonson, John Spink . . . Fourth row: Lyle A, Craner, David Ulmerl Stewart Aitor, Jean Jones, George Anderson, Robert Forsterl Vernon Burktund, Albert Palmer Major project of the Ski Club this year was the improvement of the winter sports area. Avail; able to students were two skating ponds, a ski lodge with lounge, a practice slope, an 800de ski tow, a downhill trail for better skiers, and a jump hill. Painting of the lodge interior pre- ceded the first open house of the year, and all was ready when the first December snow felt. Officers for the year were Don Hayes, president; Jack Robinette, viceepresident; Joan Link, secretary; and Dorothy Galey, treasurer. The . 2. KUOI staff members look over part of 4. Is e Iv e S r U o n a m o w e V .d C e m e m e ,w m S ,m. k S r. m S ,m p S e m r b e d a r e U q s d m S r. e b m e m d r a o B r a .n O M 3 four bilshbid if you want it! Do I hear six bits? Going, going gone?" looks easy, but you try it! record collection . , u I've got four bits their 800 Juggler 1 The Memorial Gymnasium Im the $7011th - Playiyy Editor: Jack Taylor Assistant: Donna Lee Taylor -., g. ... ...-,,.gmu.-..u;;.'...wp A we -.. a Vandals, figktirzy 014, straw an 1 Basketball game crowd 1115... Responsible for the fortunes and future plans of Idaho's athletic program are the faculty members Who comprise the Athletic Faculty Board. It was they who were instrumental in bringing to Idaho the new look, by obtaining Dixie Howell and HCheerful Chuck" Finley, and the complete change in the Vandal athletic outlook that followed. The Rally Committee sees to it that the group houses and halls support the Vandals in pre- game "send-off" and Hwelcoming home" rallies. Chairman Don Evans was supported this year by Bill Sweet, Ian Garber, Bob Pettijohn and Rolland Tipsword. The athletic faculty board, the Hbehind-the-scenes" directors of our athletic program . . . A Vandal rally, and the committee responsible. Left to right, Bill Sweet, Keith Adams, Don Evans, Ian Garber, Bob Pettijohn, and Rolland Tipsword. x M , ,yi y, I t $nglipq , 1312an . W" t ahlkm ! Yell King Rolland "Tips" Tipsword, cauqht all up in the air about something . . . Found: the yell squad in a slow-motion routine . . . Wonderful Stanford victory results in wonderful rally for a Wonderful team! It's no easy task to lead yells at Idaho, and this year was no exception, aside from the fact that many of the games didn't need yell leaders. However, this year's yell team deserves a great deal of credit and admiration for their fine efforts in producing pep and organized cheering when the Vandals met their opponents in football and basketball. Rolland Tipsword, as Yell King, led the group consisting of Bonnie Graham, Ann Dingle, Ken Draper, and Frank McGough. As for rallies, no one at Idaho will soon forget the rally which hailed the return of the NGiant- Killers" from their Victory over Stanford. Academic work was forgotten for a day in a wild burst of enthusiasm for a team that had done the impossible. rt , z, 1 7, .42 zO 7w . 42 z eauu U15 56115014 As spring rolled around last year, it brought with it as always the crack of baseball bats and the thrill of a baseball season; the track stars came out of hiding and attempted to set new world's records, and the golfers and tennis players began heading oUt for the local fairways, and limbering up their racquets for a fast game. The spring sports at Idaho were under way. At the end of the season, after some hard-tought battles, the record stood for all to see. The Vandals didn't fare so well on the diamond, by dropping games to Oregon State, Oregon, and WSC. They knocked over Oregon State three times and sneaked one over Washingtonf and ended the season with a 13-3 defeat at the hands of the Cougars, Winners of the Northern Division Championship. Couper, Roland Massingill and Viro led the. team in batting, but none were very impressive. The records of our pitchers weren't any too wonderful either. ' On the Cinder track and in the field, the boys fared little better, though some impressive individual achievements stand out. Dick Armstrong tied the record in the lOO-yard dash held by James Montgomery and James Kalbus in 1934, and set a new record in the 220 at 21.5. Lattig set a new mark for the boys to beat by vaulting 13 feet 1h inches. ' In golf the Vandals turned in a .500 by out-shootinguWSC, Montana and Gonzaga, while dropping wins to Oregon, Oregon State, and Washington. John Morley captained the team, and brought most of the honors home. Morley and Cushman both took medalist honors in meets with Montana and Gonzaga. On the courts, our tennis players failed to capture one win in matches against Whitman, Oregon State, Oregon and Wash- ington State. Ed Bulla, Paul Theme and Lee Nelson, and Gartin were responsible for the wins they did have in singles and doubles matches. First row: Coach Wicks, F. Auer, M. Whitcomb, D. Huffman, J. Daily, E. Bybee, C. Masingill, D. Cooper, Manager P. Monroe . . . Second row: L. Mentzer, O. Kanikkeberg, J. Robinson, R. Gossett, T. Masingill, A. Beebe, F. Viro . . . Third row: I. Wheeler, G. Rose, 1. Hunt, D. Fodrea, F. Klink, B. Sweet, K. Carter, W. Wright Idaho's Hdiamond-men" didn't make much of a showing this sea- son. Their batting averages were low, and pitching records not much better. The baseball Vandals took only three games in sixteen starts against Washington, Washington State College, Oregon, and Ore- gon State. On the win side of the ledger were defeats handed Oregon State, 6-4 and 4-1, and to the Oregon Ducks 5-3. Don Fodrea and Lefty Auer took the brunt of the pitching duels this year, while Charlie Couper was the outstanding man with the bat. Coach Guy Wicks coached his last Idaho varsity baseball team, and gave way to the new baseball and basketball coach, Chuck Finley. Guy P. Wicks, Idaho baseball coach Wicks deserves credit for his many years with Idaho teams and here is a good-luck wish to Idaho's new coach, HCheerful Chuck." 1345M!!! 276 Idaho's diminutive slugger, Buck Bybee 02L crosses the plate for another Vandal run . . . The photo in the center is well remembered by all Idaho fans who sat up high in the stands at the baseball games on McClean field. Umpire George Klink has settled more than his share of argu- ments in Idaho home games. Here Andy Opacich, Husky third baseman, gives Klink a piece of his mind in regard to a called strike. Idaho Catcher Frank Viro awaits the outcome. X We; First row: Stroschein, Lake, Matthews, Brunson, Armstrong, Williams, Lattig, Walker, Cronkhite . . . Second row: Coach Stan Hiserman, Badger, Wilson, Bradford, Farnham, Burkhardt, De Palmo, Denman, Wilcomb . . 1 Third row: Johnson, Beeson, Taylor, Gano, Randall, Lewis, Hinerl Fagnan, Greenberg, Manager Brown Vandal chinclads" took three Wins and four losses, to end another favorable season of track. The track and field artists lost an opener to Oregon 79-52, then came back to defeat Gonzaga in a non-conference meet. After edging the Beavers of Oregon State, 69-61, they took a beating from Washington, 89-42. Then at the end of the season the Idaho men out-pointed the Montana Grizzlies 68-63, then lost the final meet to the Cougars of WSC, 89-42. The season saw many records matched and broken. John Taylor tied an 11-year-old record in the low hurdles, making the distance in 24.3 seconds, Dick Armstrong equalled the 100-yard dash rec- ord and broke the 220 record. Vandal Polevaulter Max Lattig made a name for himself and the school by breaking and setting a new record at 13 feet 134 inches in a meet with WSC. Dick Wilcomb did well too, taking second place in the Nationals in the javelin throw. Coach Stan Hiserman returns next year to lead another Idaho track team into victories. Crack 278 Track Mentor! Stan Hiserman A.-,w.f7mnvM- LeRoy Beeson, far right, forges ahead of Idaho teammates John Taylor and Ted Lake in the high hurdles. In the center picture, LeRoy DePalmo, Idaho quarter-miler, hands the baton to Bill Matthews. Dick Armstrong hits the tape just ahead of Washington's Brewer in a neck-and-neck finish of the 100-yard dash event. Brewer' time for the race was 9.8 seconds. John Morley, number one man on the univerSIty golf team, hits one as the other meml ers and Frank James, cmdvh, louk on Watchlrzq are xleft to riqhtt: Gene Rodwell, Perry Miller,G1enn Cushman, Coach James, Jack Keenan, and Frank Mchmg, Idaho's golfers, led by John Morley, team captain, and Coach Frank James, went forth rain or shine to defend Vandal honor on the fairways and greens. The boys lost one match in the rain to WSC at Pullman, with Morley taking the low match score for the day. They outmatched Montana, with Cushman the standout of the 34-h01e play, taking medalist honors with a sub- par 68. Morley came within one point of defeating Lou Stafford, National Public Links runnerup, but the Vandals lost to a powerful Oregon crew. Dropping another to a strong Washington squad, and to Oregon State, the local boys bounced back to defeat Gonzaga and WSC, and finish the season with a fine showing in the Northern Division meet, held on the home course. Team members were John Morley, Perry Miller, Frank Mchnms, Jack Keenan, and Glenn Cushman. Wf Cam's Idaho's netmen came out on the wrong end of the scoring in matches With Whitman, Oregon State, Oregon and Washington State. In the Whitman play, Bulla took the only win in the singles and Thome and Nelson captured one Victory in the doubles. Final score was 5-2 for Whitman. Idaho was scoreless against Oregon State, losing 7-0. They fared little better against the other team from the Webtoot State, When Gartin took the one and only point by defeating Howard in a singles match. The boys from across the line gave our racquet-swingers another stinging defeat to the tune of seven straight matches. The tennis coach and team were Bob Dwyer, John Bretz, Paul Thome, Ed Bulla, Mark Euscher, Lee Nelson, B111 Gartin, and Charles Urban. t The University of Idaho tennis team: Paul Thome, Ed Bulla, John Bretz, Max Nelson, Bart Chamberlain, and Coach Bob Dwyer s ev wwww I t 6' c. I . .-t? 'H: tttmmmntu-e'Algrn-g. t t t t-:.l-n.5.1 W x NW RWX M 7 m N, XWW WXW , w Uta Vandals get 3715 NEW am In the spring, Idaho students and alumni greeted the newcomers with an enthusiasm tinged with curiosity and a mild wonderment that these men had come to guide the football fortunes of Idaho, perennial conference doormat. The roar. swelled to a crescendo as Dixie Howell mounted the speakers rostrum that spring day in memorial gymnasium. What he had to say was short and sure: HI promise you a team that will fight right down to the final gun." When he left the audience stood and accorded him a tremendous ovation. He had made no rash promises, yet his sincerity had transformed the mild wonderment to. respect and enthusiasm. The big men with the slow southern drawls wasted little time and the spring sessions were long and hard. Harlow and Enis drove their linemen mercilessly, and they began blocking and tackling as never before. The backs and ends ran and ran harde and Howell was everywhere, criticising, praising, stopping play to demonstrate fine pointSeadjusting mistakes. Shoemaker sent the observers away chuckling heartily at his observations on foot- ball and life in general. tExampleeShoemaker to an aspiring, per- spiring halfback: HYou ah' packin' that ball like a wahtamelon."l Students scattered to all parts of the state when the spring semester ended, and football fans were aroused by their enthusi- asm. Maybe this was the yearemaybe Howell might produce. They came back in the fall, then waitedestudents and alumni waited, and the football fever reached a White heat. How their hopes were justified is now gridiron history. Howell took his Vandals through their most successful season since 1938, with four games won and a like number lost. Particularly satisfying to Idaho fans were upset Victories over Stanford and the Utah Redskins, and a fine showing against the Cougars from WSC. Of the players, many were outstandingeall deserve credit for Idaho's gridiron success. Bill Williams, brought up from an intra- mural squad last year, ranked second in the nation and tops on the coast in total offense, ending his varsity competition by par- ticipating in the East-West Shrine game at San Francisco New Years Day. lack Dana, senior guard and squad captain was out- standing in the line as were Ralph Paasch at center and Overgard and Kiilsgaard at tackles. Orville Barnes, lanky end, ranked among the nation's top ten pass snatchers. Bill Beitz and Sam Thies hold out high hopes to Idaho fans in future ball games on the basis of the stellar ball they played this season, as do Terry Diehl and Woody Delormeethe former a deadly defensive back, the latter often a spark in Idaho's offense. With many lettermen returning and new men up from the strong frosh squad, Idaho fans are looking forward to a bigger and better season for Dixie Howell. His showing this year, With practically the same team that lost all games but one last year, has enlisted state-Wide support and enthu- siasm. Soft-spoken Dixie continues to build for the future with the best Wishes of students and alumni. 283 Completing his first year as Vandal football coach, Millard ttDixie" Howell has become the dream-come-true of the victory-starved Idaho grid tans. Arriving in Moscow last April, HDiXie" lost little time in setting training programs and beginning rigorous spring practice sessions. Howell came to the Idaho athletic department after coaching the backfield at his alma mater, the University of Alabama. Previous coaching assignments handled by the southern grid star include the University of Mexico, Loyola of New Orleans, and Arizona State College. Football Coach "Dixie" Howell 90ml! Left to right below are Coaches Steve Belko, Charles Finley, Perron Shoemaker, M. F. tDixiet Howell, Ben Ennis, Gene Harlow, Wes Shurtliii First row: George Neumayer, senior manager, Tom Trees, Win Bishop, Bill Beitz, Jack Dana, Mac Neibaur, Grant Potter, Tom Ambrose, R. Stone. assistant manager . . . Second row: Jerry Diehl, Ted Diehl, Billy Williams, Dick Goodman, Ralph Paasch, Ed McFauI, Phil Litzenberger, Bill Last . . . Third row: George Smith, Woody Delorme, Carl Munsonl Sam Theis, Russ Moffett, Marvin Earle, George BaIIew, Elmer Buoy, Chet Johnson, Maurice Rathbun . . . Fourth row: Denny Anderson, Ken McCormaCk, Jim Hammond, Will Overgaard, Crville Barnes, John Evans, Jack Jones, Carl Kiilsgaard Vandal grid aspirants limber up for a little spring practice Howell style. ,, WW2??? 2W Students Jom m serpentine to Cheer the Idaho players as they leave to take on the Stanford Indians. Stanford end Gene Martin has little time to gather in this pass as Idaho's Jack Dana t51, Sam Thels t81, and an unidentified Vandal rush the play. A gigantic ra11y sent Howe11's men to Palo Alto for the September 27 game with Stanford. The students were outwardly optimisticeinwardly not so sure. Idaho had never beaten a California eleven. That afternoon, the students gathered before their radios. They heard Marchy Swartz's Indians, sparked by Ainslie Bell, score twice in the first quarter, and many shut their radios off, but switched them on when the faithful still listening set up a hu1abaloo as Jerry Diehl capped an 85-yard drive with a touchdown in the second quarter. Stanford came back at the half leading 13-6, and a field goal set Idaho down 16-6. B111 Williams put Idaho back in the game with a touchdown pass to Barnes in the third quarter. Overgaard's conversion made the score 13-16. In the tina1 period Ted Diehl took Wi1liams' pass and raced into the end zone for the touchdown that gave Idaho a 19-16 Victory in one of the season's biggest upsets. Moscow went mad Main Street was packed solidly with cars and shouting students, and when the team came home, one of the biggest rallies in Moscow's history was he1d. ffmcst, Misttr. . . wmpwxxxmmWMmV Nmm M mww. wmm x WIWM wawagmszvww m , WWM4mW ' , Wm . t mmwwwwmwww wwwkmwxxwmwwaw 3L , Iz'xQWWva N txmxx. ,:xm x mam w m-mwwxwwwmm x , wegxxxxxxxxxwmwy x w x w NWWW L x A NV ; ' me I wwwxxW mmwxxww: x , vme xxx 8,, m, wxw xxxxxxxxxxS Wwwx WWXW UV y? F , S $N 9' wax Wlw WW 4 wamwmmm X: 9 MWXXM wx kay3 . A . I M mxx , : m mw x Jerry Diehl NW and Sam Theis GD break through the Stanford line to pull down Jim Nafiger, Indian fullback. Joyous Vandal followers gather at Phi Delt house to give the victorious Idaho squad a warm welcome-home. 79m W5 Kali Smyfml! Bxlly Wllliams US gets ready to throw one of his Hhullet" paSSes 1n the top ptcture. The Vandals are on the move again in the lower photo as Jerry Dlehl OW sprmts down the held. h xxh . t wt X x Tom Ambrose George Ballew Orville Barnes Will Beth. The season's first game with Puget Sound was played at Moscow on September 20. Bill Beitz, 175-pound fullback, broke into the Clear on a quick opener, and went 78 yards for a touchdown in the first quarter. An overeaqer Vandal line perpetrated. a series of penalties and. the Visitors scored from deep in Idaho territory on a pass in the second period. Beitz got another touchdown and Bill Williams, playing an outstanding game, added two more in the second half to bring Idaho out on top 277. Vandal tans went away well satisfied. 2 88 Billy Williams 051 tries to get away from Francis Bacoka t88t, Cougar end, in the top photo. Below, Jerry Diehl OW hangs on to the pigskin although he falls to the turf. Z 331 :o; k? QOTCV 0: .0 0 Elmer Buoy Woody Delorme Jerry Diehl Ted Diehl John Evans On October 4, 22,500 people came to Moscow to join the largest homecoming parade in history. The phrase ttLet's Go Now," adopted as homecoming theme from the team's chant as they swung from the HT" to the Notre Dame box, echoed throughout the campus. Neale Stadium was a full house for the first time. The game was decided in the second quarter when Jerry Will jams, brother of Idaho's B111, went over for the Cougars. Lippincott converted, and the second half saw Idaho' 5 chances go glimmering when a last quarter drive was ended as the Cougars intercepted a Vandal pass. 289 A w1ld scramble for the ball has spectators on edge m the top pmture. The lower photo shOWS Woody Delorme tgt stopping dn OSC ball'packer, ds Billy VNHllmms USN W111 Overqaard t9, and B111 Bextx. tl2t come in to aSSlSL Iim Hammond Jack Jones Carl Kiilsqadrd Ken McCordek At Corvallis on October 11, the powerful, speedy Beavers proved too much for the Vandals. Gaining repeatedly through the air, the Vandals failed to gain on the ground, and their only score came on a recovered tumble and two completed passes, with Jerry Diehl scoring. Oregon State's powerful backs scored repeatedly, and the game ended OSC 33, Idaho 6. Howell credited Paasch, Ambrose, Buoy, Kiitsqaard, Ballew, and Smith with firm; performarmes in the Idaho line. r Z90 t g ' 0- -- .o.. - . .- -- W' 'o.... --o-o -W o --o out o . -3. - .- "MW, x , t W W WWWWWWWN M W 2W , r WWWWW , Wk x W u y g: W . WW , W. 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Below, Bllly Wllliams Hm comes across the field to tackle the Oregon runner. vxk x xx? WIH Overqannl Ralph Pmlsch Grunt Potter Maurlvo RMNMH At Eugene November 1, the Vandals ran into a wet field, a wet ball, and a stronq Oroqom lino. Lvichl's mmmm and the passing of dH-Coasf quarter Norm Van Brocklm kepl Hm Duck SCOI'O mounlilm, dud Idaho lwokv into the scoring column only in tho fourlh quarhar whnn Williams, who complwlml H passes, mmiw 01w quod 101V r1 touchdown. Thn- qnmr: omerJ Duckr; 34, Vandals 7. 292 Phil Litzenberger QED falls on Roy Malcolm t38l, Grizzly halfback, as Billy Williams ton the groundl also grabs onr to stop the ball carrier in the top photo. Below, Ken McCormack GD gets ready to do the blocking for Billy Williams llSl, who is carrying the ball. Mam t st ; 0mm: 21 1mm Tom Trees Bill Williams The breaks were against the Vandals in the November 7 Montana battle at Moscow for possession of the little brown stein. Riding on the sturdy right arm of Bill Williams, the Vandals had 100 yards gained margin, but their ground attack bogged down on the wet field, as Malcolm, Bauer, and Scott all scored for Montana. The stein went back to Missoula with the Grizzlies winning 21-0. 293 Final game of the season found the ' Vandals playing an undeteated, untied Utah eleven. Idaho played straight football for most of the game, but ripped the Utah forward wall to shreds, and throttled the running attempts of AH-American Frankie Nelson. In the second quarter, the Vandals picked up a Redskin punt, drove 42 yards With Woody Delorme going over, and Overgaard booting the point for a 7-0 lead. Sam Theis climaxed a 59-yard sustained drive with an- other Vandal tou chdown. The Red- skins made one score, but the Howellmen wrote the finish to Idaho's most successful season since 1938 with another major up- set in their 13-6 Victory. The spectators in the upper right photo didn't let rain interfere With their favorite sport. The action shot below was snapped as Sam Theis plowed over for Idaho's winninq touchdown. llttlll 6 MW 73 ?mslz 300th!!! First row: Brogan, McQuillan, Christian, Tolle, Haynes, Bean, Wilson, Reager . t . Second row: Manager Frink, Shorthouse, Bahr, Ruleman, Bolger, Williams, Mullins, Hathaway, Manager Nichols t . . Third row: Baxter, Hill, Larson, MCBeth, Fray, Hicks, Call, Nichols, Manager Morgan . . . Below: Glen Christian breaks into the clear above and an Idaho man makes a muddy tackle, as the Babes tangle with EWCE on a mighty wet MacLean Field. It was a fine season for the Babes, as they took three of five contests. They dropped the first to Wash- ington, 27-7, then in a slippery game With WSC the boys came out first 6-0. The Broncs of BIC beat them 19-12, but the frosh came , H , , , , back to Moscow and took WSC , , ; 1-7 e ' ,. W7 7 4 74 again, 25-7. -, 'I V e H L V . ', , , f V ,7 74:ng 1mg, 1 v4, x As a climax, in a sea of mud, EWCE was smothered under to the -. . . , 7 tuneof33toabigzero. j , 4,, h , ,.w A 7 7X77 First row: Art Humphrey, Ken Howard, Coach Stan Hiserman, Warren Johnson, Marvin Badger . . . Second row: Doug Weinman, Verne Widner, Don Harper. A1 Denman, John Alicakos . . . Third row: Thane Johnson, Chuck Weinman, Manager Burt Humphrey. Stan Hiserrnan's harriers turned in a proud record this season. The picture was marred by only one loss at the hands of the Cougars, and that by a close margin. Art Humphrey was selected captain, and he, along with A1 Denman and Marvin Badger, was a letter winner. In their first meet, WSC was defeated 41-20 as five Vandals placed among the first six in the three-mile run over the home course. Frosh Ken Howard was individual winner for the day. Idaho again placed in the first five spots as they ran the four-mile course against Montana State University. At Spokane, the boys beat Gonzaga, Whitworth and EWCE to take first in the four-college meet, Humphrey and John Alicakos placing first and second in the three-mile. Humphrey took the only first place as WSC handed the Vandals their first defeat of a suc- cessful season. gross Emmy 296 Cross-country Coach Stan Hiserntan garb 1n country x . A locker room scene-Vandal harrlers don work-out preparation for a big meet; several members of the cross team speed down the goltcourse hill in a pre-meet workout. xxin . m Y G. 1m we V o e mY er Mt m d 0 me e$ hm MC 09 nm om S no he ea 15 eS nu ac hm Td d L aa r n m3 105 ae Bm mm V b .3 Ma, $ 2 f . i . . 21,135. naaquwa ' ants." A Tl ; A y .s .w.f.....;.4 g- -..- A A Ume 1? wk 511175 Spoilers is the most fitting title for the 1947-1948 Idaho basketball team. In their first conference game, the Vandal hoopsters knocked the Oregon State quintet out of the lead spot in the division standings; it was not until late in the season that the Beavers were able to get back in the top rank again. Second Victim of the Vandals was the Oregon Ducks, who dropped from the ranks of title contenders after being upset by the Idahonians. The University of Washington hoopsters were the unfortunates in Idaho's third and last conference purge. The Van- dal Win pushed Washington out of a first place tie down to third spot in the division rate. The Huskies came back into the picture with a double win over the Vandals in Seattle the following week. Washington and Oregon State ended in a tie for the lead in the close-fought race. In a play- off game the Huskies downed the Beavers and annexed the north- ern division hoop title, then journeyed to Berkeley to take the Pacific Coast championship from California's Bears. Training and lots of it was the order of the season in the Idaho boxing department. With only three lettermen returning from last year's national co-champion ring team, Coach Butler was faced With the problem of shaping up material for the squad. With the nationals and a dual match still remaining at press time, the Vandal Sluggers have wins over John McNeese Junior College, and two over EWCE, While losing to Louisiana State, Gonzaga, and twice to Washington State. A match with San Jose State ended in a draw. Herb Carlson was the only Idaho boxer who copped a Pacific Coast title, although Date Hammond lost a close decision in the finals. In the swimming department, Coach Eric Kirkland's squad of new men, bolstered by a nucleus from last season's lettermen, took their first conference wins since prewar days. On the Win side were Victories over Montana and Oregon State, the losses to Wash- ington, Oregon, and Washington State. The boys placed fifth in the northern division swim Championships in Seattle, With Jim F armer the leading scorer. Our skiers turned in good records, taking the second spot in the northern division conference winter sports meet, by edging Oregon State and Washington State squads. Under Coach Wes Shurtliff's direction, the boys took part and brought back honors in every northern division ski meet held this season. Coaching basketball squads is nothing new to this year's hoop mentor Charles L. tChucki Finley. For the past ten years, Finley has coached high school, college, and pro- fessional basketball teams. In addition to his coaching assignments, the new Idaho man achieved basketball fame as a former All-American player and the author of the book- let, HA Basketball Scouting Chart." Throughout the nation, Finley is highly rated by players, coaches, and sports writers. Dubbed With the nickname HCheerful Chuck," he directed the efforts of this year's cage squad, and looks forward to a bright future for Idaho basketball. Basketball Coach Charles Finley Idaho Vandals and Washington State Cougars mix it up in one of the four-game series, and it's two points for the Vandals as Idaho and WSC tangle on the home floor. kw; s, :1?! 1 Baskcmzll 300 ; WWW Nwmw Qx Mvwwka First row: John Evans, Harold Iaussi, Preston Brimhall, Joe Grove, Glenn Cushman, Jay Gano, Dick Geisler . . . Second row: Coach Chuck Finley, Jack Rainey, Jerry Gunnels, Dexter Linck, Manager Bill Churchill, Wendell Christensen, Bill Eimers, John Taylor, Trainer Dr. Jacobsen Below, the Vandals and the Cougars play a game called HWhO's got the ball?" 110W ; . .mxxxxxx. U16 tam gm m z. ,4. M o xM 7 $ , V e V, V Wkkxt? 5 Big Jack Phoenix moves through to drop one in, while Geisler and Grove are ready for a possible rebound . . . Two Gonzaga men attempt to prevent John Taylor from putting one up for the Vandals, and Gano stands by to give him a hand. F.SeHe made two points. . . Johnny Evans tips one in for Idaho as Portland and Idaho men look on anxiously. Idaho's Cagers started off strong, winning the majority of their con- tests with North Idaho College, EWCE, Montana, Portland, and Gonzaga. At Christmastime, they journeyed to the Helms Founda- tion tournament in Los Angeles, defeated Brigham Young and Pepperdine, and dropped one to Marshall, to place third in the running. 302 Orgyzm State Series OSC'S Ken Storey and our Jack Phoenix leap after a fast rebound, and six other ballplayers are ready in case they miss. Insets: Preston Brimhall, Jack Phoenix, Ioe Grove, and Dex Linck. In the season's opener, the Vandals upset the Oregon State Beavers on the Memorial gymnasium floor. The game was a thriller throughout the entire forty minutes with first one team then the other taking the lead. On the following night the OSC squad got revenge, taking the Ida- honians. The Vandals lost both games of the two-game series in Corvallis later in the season. ; Wendell Chricfemzen Jillpfl m a fun? one m; Orvqun unrJ Hahn rmx 1! up rm Hu- humu mm: L 11mm: Clurm '11::Immn, Dlvk Cowley John Tuylmy .md BIN Emlers. Oregon Ida be After losing Hm first game to the Oreqon Ducks here, the Vandals came back to put iho skids under lho Oroqon squad and downed the Ducks for H10 second Idaho confwromw win OI lhv sudson. L'E' JJ The Hr'st qumv bvlww'n llw lwu sclmols on H10 Ducks' homo court was rmr'mwly won by llw quon squad and Hip Imdl mmw lomul tho Vandals mmblw l0 kmlp lllw pawl. W 5 6 Series Big Jack Phoenix Outsmarts the all-American boy from WSC, while other Cougars stand by helplessly. Insets: Jay Gano, Wendel Christensen, John Evans, and Jack Rainey. The first two games in the WSC-Idaho series were taken by the Cougars handily. However, the third meeting of the teams in Pullman is one that will not soon be forgotten by Idaho fans; the last minute basket by the Staters and the foul controversy are still being talked about. The last game of the series was taken by the WSC quintet in another last-rninute spurt Which the Vandals were unable to control. WSC 48 58 41 38 Idaho 23 34 4O 35 Washinytm Series Dex Linck whirls and puts in two for the Vandals as Jorgensen does the splits in a vain attempt to stop him. Gano does a good job of checking biq Jack Nichols in this Washington-Idaho scrap. Insets: Harold Jaussi, Jack Wallace, Bob Linck, and Jerry Gunnelst Wash. Idaho It was a second game win that gave the Idaho hoop squad their only win 51 33 over the Washington Huskies. The first game was taken by the Huskies, 41 43 who hit the hoop from any spot on the floor. In Seattle Idaho was plagued by the sharpshooting of Jack Nichols, who 77 37 . . . . , . broke a northern d1V1Slon scormg record and took over the season 3 scormq 7O 45 lead in the conference, as the Huskies downed the Vandals twice. First row: Gordon Widner, AI Wagner, Rod Grider, Yoshimi Hosoda, Rich Manslow, Tom Holoway, Dick Reed . . . Second row: Coach Steve Belko, Van Briggs, Herb Mead, Nick Stallworthy, Bob Wheeler, Jack Beach, Ken Larsen, Earl Arnold. ?rgsllmm The Vandal Babes finished a successful bas- ketball season this year, winning 12 games in 14 starts. Both losses were to the Washington State yearlings, one in an overtime and the other by two points. Seeking revenge, the Idaho freshmen copped the two remaining games in the tour-game state-line rivalry. In addition to the WSC series, the Vandal yearlings hammered out double Wins over the Kellogg town team, North Idaho Junior Col- lege, Boise Junior College, the Lewiston Elks, and the Wallace Elks. Vandal Babes Jack Beach and Herb Mead go into the air along with ex-Vandal star Fred Quinn, as the Frosh play and win over the Wallace Elks. 307 First row: Dale Hammond, DeForest, Tovey, Ed Morgan, Durmond Look, Norman Walker . . . Second row: Darrel Titus, Leonard Walker, Thane Johnson, Herb Carlson, Coach Butler .. .Third row: Trudy Marks, Vernon Bahr, Walt Ward, Don E11is,Evan Ellis, Don Hazelbaker. With the results of the nationals not available at press time, the Idaho ring men to date have chalked up three Victories in the dual matches, one over John McNeese Junior College, and a double win over EWCE. Vandal Sluggers dropped matches to Louisiana State, Gonzaga and two to Washington State. The only match with San Jose ended in a tie. Herb Carlson, Ted Diehl, Dale Hammond and Thane John- son represented Idaho at the Pacific Coast championships. Carlson was the only Idahoan to cop a title, his second in two years. Commander Ken L. Butler, Idaho NROTC faculty member, is in his second year as Idaho boxing mentor. Last year he coached the Vandal mitt squad that finished second in the Pacific Coast Conference and went on to tie Wisconsin for the national intercollegiate teams' honors. Butler is a graduate of the University of California, where he was a member of the boxing squad. After graduating, he coached in navy athletic programs. Kokiny Boxing Coach Commander Ken Butler Vandal Sluggers mix it up in bouts with WSC and EWCE. Upper left, Thane Johnson takes a qlancmg rlqht from Bill Haubon of the Cougars. Upper right, a Cougar and a Vandal exchange blows. Lower left, Don E1115 of Idaho closes his eyes and mlsses a left intended for Bud Newvxlle of Cheney. Lower right, Joe Wise and Idaho's Darrel Titus both miss, as the Vandals invaded WSC. Wins am! Wimm S. ?MW V ' KDWMWQWA Uppel Id? Hull; Crsrlzmn, whu won HH: National Championship In H19, lfibe clam: lust your us a frmslmmn. Uppm' rith Howard Mutton drum; n hnrd rleh'JH'JHi? 10 NH: IJhIn of Carl an'l'yne r11 HWCE. VrmTyne came back 10 win the demslon. Lower leH' Don l'Illm and Verne Dllnkv IHIX H up an Vhe Vandals meet the Cougars of WSC. Lower r'iqht: Len Walker battles to d decision over Earl Hylton of EWCF Winning two of the six conference meets they partici- pated in, the Vandal tankmen got their first conference Wins since 1941. The local swimmers won Victories over Montana and Oregon state, while losing to Washington, Oregon, and to Washington State twice. In the northern division swim Championships at Seattle the Idaho squad placed fifth. Jim Farmer was the leading point-getter for the Vandals in the meet. Left, speedy Ken Lyons makes a well-executed crawl tum . . . Coach Kirkland instructs some of his boys in the fine points of a racing start . . . Vandal tankman Jim Farmer cuts through the water with a fast crawl. Below, the Varsity swimmers are: back row, Reuben Johnson, Martin Luther, George Vaida. In front are Jim Farmer, Jack Krehbiel, Kenny Lyons! Wally Warner, Jack Smith, and Harry Wilson. At lower left is Coach Eric Kirkland, and at lower right is the Fresh squad: back row, Coach, George Gust, Iim LaGrone, Ed Holt, Bill Mueller, and in front, Norm Green, Tom Edmark, Z. L. Pearson, and Don Miller. Wimmmy The ski team at the Fayette Lakes Ski Area at McCall' Jack Numbers, Crusty Hamon, Larry Morrison, Lou Berriochoa, Larry Remaklus, and Coach Wes Shurtlitf. Idaho's snowmen skied into the second spot in the northern division conference winter sports meet at Hyak, Washington. The Vandal slat- men were bested by the Washington team and edged out Washington State and Oregon State squads. Wes Shurtlitt is the new Vandal ski coach, and team captain is Lou Berriochoa. The Idaho skiers participated in most of the northwest ski meets, including the jntermountain ski council races at Spokane and the Pacific Northwest Ski Association cross-country championships at Tollgate, Oregon. Skiirtg 312 Wes. Shurtlitt Vandal Ski Mentor The program of sports for the Hcommon man" retained its popularity this year, as the usual turnout of men from halls and houses vied for the honor of being Hchamps" in one or all of the intramural sports. The season was still in full swing as we went to press, but thus far, four teams have emerged as Winners in football, volleyball, swimming and A league basketball. The ATO's downed the Pine Hall squad in the finals to become campus football champions, and the SAE swimmers took top honors in the swimming competition, after some fast and furious races and diving events. Willis Sweet No. 2 outpointed the ATO's to take first place in volleyball, and Campus Club No. 2 beat out the Tekes to cop the A basket- ball championship. ' The ATO's and Pine Hall lead the respective leagues in total points at this time. The final outcome will have to await the end of the season. Leon Greene, Director of Intramural Athletics JMmmumls Intramural managers pose on the Gym stepSeFront row: Ikeda, Rowberry, Anderson, Kersey, Elliott, Vassar . . . Second row: Westerveldt. Irving, Worthington, Nesbitt, Schmidt, ZoBell . . . Third row: Green, Wilson, Badger, Farnham, Ellis, McKinley. W 11ml Kimmpiom Pictured are mtrnmuml winner:; and second-ptdcer::: l. ATO:;, toollmll winners, pose with thelr trophy . . t 2. The SAH swimming tmnn took top honors . . t 3, Wllltli Sweet No. 2 volleyball team, campus; chumps , . , 4. Campus Club No. 2 team thgt heat the Tl'kOS to plant tir::t m "A" bankettmll , . , 5. Pine Hull':; football :zquud Just betoru losing a tough one to the ATOs . . t 0, Geome Gust, shmwn as he broke the pout intramural breast stroke record . . . 7t Second placers in volleyball, the ATO squad . . t 8. The Take ttA" leaque basketball squad that lost the tttle to Campus Club No. 2. x4 '1"; g ,, - L i f": . t " ' ' ; r "5a vli,oa 1; Members J. Allison, T. Ambrose, B. Ames, D. Armstrong, L. Auer, M. Badger, Li Balderston, O. Barnes, A. Beebe, Rt Beeson, W. Beitz, L. Berriochoa, W. Bishop, E. Buoy, 1' Bretz, P. Brimhall, B. Bybee, B. Carbaugh, Hi Carlson, J. Christensen, H. Crawford, C. Cooper, J. Daileyl 1. Dana, A. Denman, W. Delorme, G.Dieh1, T. Diehl, Ii Evans, N. Farnham, D7 Fodrea, B. Gailey, J. Gano, Bi Gartin, D. Geisler, J. Hammond, B. Hayworth, At Humphrey, S. Johnson, I, Keenan, Ci Kerr, Ci Kiilsgaard, Ft Klink, B. Last, P. Litzenberger, T. Massingill, C. Massingill, B. Mathews, K. McCormick, R. Moffitt, P. Monroe, T.McFau1, Ti Morley, C, Munsen, M. Neibaur, D. Nelson, G. Neumayer. I, Numhers W. Oven gaard, R. Pasch, J. Pedersen, C. Plastino, G. Potter, R. Radford, L. Remaklus, I. Robinette, B. Ryan, C. Schiferl, K. Smith, B. Sweet, J. Taylor, S. Theis, C. Thomas, D. Wilcomb, B. Williams, M. Williamson, T. Trees, G. Smith, Di Moser, O. Kianikkiberg, J. Rainey, Bi Linck, D. Linck Participation in one major sport, plus the recommendation of coaches and final approval from the ASUI Executive Board qualifies these sports enthusiasts to wear the traditional crimson sweater and white HI" of the HI" Club. Besides enjoying the honors and privileges assured by HI" Club membership, members work hard to promote good sportsmanship and to stimulate interest in the sports program at Idaho. Socially their annual dance is a campus highlight, marked by the choosing of the HI" Club Queen. This year Jo Ann Horton was awarded the coveted crown. President John Bailey directed the group in its activities for this year of increased interest in sports. W 611117 .11 f,.....,., k, . f... L . . ,:.....7Jr1a.. .. .r . 171254175 11145! 17515555 The purpose of the Women's Athletic Association is to bring the girls on the Idaho campus together in friendly give-and-take com- petition. Soccer and volleyball tournaments between the living groups always have added incentive for each house to have the most and best players in order to win the WAA awards. Tennis . . . basketball . . . softball . . . take your pick. They are all represented in WAA tournaments. The record of women's sports this year has been a busy one. Fun, play, and exercise are all Characteristics of the program. Archery fans worked hard all winter at indoor targets; moved outside in the spring to try their skills in actual competition. The WAA-sponsored golf tournament was new to the Idaho campus this year. Barbara Thompson and Bob Rosenberry won first place. Faye Poppie and Ivan Stone scored first low net and Dode Helen and Jack Keenan scored second low net. In the spring the University of Idaho acts as host to all senior high school girls near Moscow at a play day with competition in softball, soccer, and other major sports. Shuffleboard, badminton, and free-throw are minor sports in which girls compete for WAA tournament Championships. It is a nice way to keep in trim and as an added incentive, WAA points are given for participation. Pamela Gaut and Mike Meeks tied for first place in the clutter swimming meet with 68 points each. Marjan Morris placed second with 53 points and Gloria Burgess won third place with 49 points. This swimming meet is open to all women students in the Univer- sity, the only qualification being that the participants have never been entered in a previous clutter meet. For two successive Satur- days, the swimmers were judged. Points were given on form as well as on speed. Soccer enthusiasts quietly limped to andrfrom the women's gym during the five weeks' practice period. The more determined girls faithfully reported four times a week in spite of bruised legs and ankles. By tournament time they were skilled players and house teams were organized. At this point the Moscow weather took over and won top honors before the games began. Thus, another year of women's sports at Idaho passed. Jmtructm Miss Mabel Locke heads the women's physical education department and manages to keep her students in condition With physical fitness classes and instruction in golf. Miss Billie Steelman instructs classes in modern dance and helps Orchesis members prepare for their spring recital. Mrs. Irene Marks keeps busy trying tox convince be- ginners that they can float, and arranging dutfer swimming meets. Mrs. Minnie Connolly, instructor of folk and country dance, boasts the largest class in the physical education department. One hundred twenty-five students meet each Tuesday and Thursday evening to learn folk dances under her instruction. it Mrs. Irene Marks, Miss Billie Steelman, Miss Mabel Locke, and Mrs. Minnie Connolly, women's sports instructors Carmen Gandjaqo, lane Coleman, Shirley Nelson, Shirley Smith in a moment's rest after a fast badminton game. 318 All women Who earn 1200 points are initi- ated into the HI" Club and receive H1" sweaters. Officers for this year are Nola Whybark, president; Jackie Ritchie, vice- president; and Betty Campbell, secretary- treasurer. Mrs. Connolly serves as advisor for the group. The highlight of the year for these chosen few is the annual Snake River trip from Lewiston to Hell's Canyon. Above, center, WAA Executive Board. Firstrow:Pau1ine Schap- lowsky, Eileen Walton, Jackie Ritchie, Nola Whybark, Jane Coleman, Marion Eisenhauer t . . Second row: Ruth Peterson, Pete Grant, Betty Draper, Willa Hasbrouck, Maxine Bjorklund, Sue Beardsley, Rusty Grant, Rosemary Meehan. At right, Women's HI" Club. First row: Jackie Ritchie, Betty Campbell, Nola Whybark, Mrs. Connolly, Rosemary Meehan . . . Second row: Jeanne Graves, Pete Grant, Rusty Grant, The WAA president's cabinet is the gov- erning body of the Women's Athletic Asso- ciation; it makes recommendations, deter- mines policies and draws up the state for the following year. WAA executive board is responsible for the management of the tournaments, sched- uling, retereeing, and recording WAA points. They sponsor two picnics, one to acquaint new students, the other for initia- tion of new members and presentation of awards. At left, WAA President's Cabinet. First row: Mrs. Irene Marks, Jackie Ritchie A t . Second row: Eileen Walton, Jane Coleman, Pauline SchapIOWSky, Marion Eisenhauer, Nola Whybark. Women Eight victories and only two losses is the impressive record of the women's rifle team. With Ruth Peterson as captain, they have defeated the University of Utah, Knox College, the University of Rhode Island, the University of North Dakota, Ripon College, Montana State, and Gettysburg College. Mary Ellen Edwards and Mildred Tuller won gold medals with high scores of 474, and Jean Dammaretl and Audrey Miller were awarded silver medals. Valeta R. Hershberger won third place and was awarded a bronze medal. Pictured at right are members of the team in action. The basketball season gives the girls a chance to develop their latent ability to hit the basket. Another WAA sponsored tour- nament gives them the opportunity to prove their accomplishments. Several of the girls are shown in action, fighting over a re- bound in a tast-and-turious game. Modern dance classes have been very popular. Orchesis, a club for advanced modern dance students, was organized last year. Even with such a short history they are making their spring recital and their May Day dance a tradition on the campus. Orchesis presented a Christmas recital, wherein they interpreted Christmas carols, one of which is shown in the picture at the right. Play Spring brings archery fans out into the open. During the winter they learn the technique necessary to hit the bull's eye. When the rainy season is over, the targets are moved outside to learn the Hknow how" in actual competition. Two enthusi- asts are pictured viewing the results of some indoor target practice. Volleyball began after the soccer season. The WAA organized a double elimination tournament for all women's houses. F orney Hall won first place with Bernice Evans as their captain. That "up and at 'em" interest was maintained during the season When the management class returned from Lewis- ton with a victory over Washington State College and another over Lewiston N ormal. Some of the girls are shown during one of their practice games. When the score is 20 to 20 in a ping pong tournament it can be almost as impor- tant as a major league baseball game. The recreation room in the women's gym is usu- ally busy With would-be champions practic- ing backhands and perfecting shots. At the ,, Mix ' left, Shirley Nelson returns a fast serve in "?K" a typical game. Chrisman and Willis Sweet halls 300k flit 317m - LWIW Editor: Sally Foskett Assistant: Mary Sue Tovey Wu m m t k W m. ash, w a m m a K Pi Beta Phi living room outfit for 5 0 'dch fl jtiaustmtltm Trying to make our university life the happiest time of our youth are these super-women called house- mothers. Truly our mothers away from home, these women are busy each day planning menus, buying groceries, supervising the kitchen, issuing illness excuses and out-of-town permission slips, acting as hostesses and chaperons at social functions sponsored by the living groups, and listening to our troubles and joys. Housemothers at the University of Idaho are under direction of the Dean of Women, Mrs. Carter. They must send monthly reports to her office. Also they have a luncheon each month at the Hotel Mos- cow, which enables them to become better acquainted with each other. Here's hats off to our housemothers, as we dedicate this book, "Living," to them. fzizihiw ii??? , :x Mrs Chrlstensen, Rxdenhauqh Hall elta Delta Delta; Mrs. Chrisman, Forney sG Tuft, Pi Beta Phi; Mrs. Hankins, Alpha Chi Omega b ,Mr' Mrs. Martin, Alpha Phi- Mrs Gardner, Beta The'a Pi' a Theta' 1n ID. A a P P a K m, a h u, m D1 s r M a, m m a G E Ia D n, O S r a L s r M w o r d n o C e S 0W,,? ,Not pictured Mrs. Scott Wrrrwxm 342,, ix??? ixzxi??! K 11?? Mrs. Samms, Kappa Kappa Gamma G. Ha H S V1 a H e. H .m W n a V S r M m. e B m P 5 m m a G n, m w G S. r M w o r M .n F Hall' Alpha Elli 0mm: HDown deep in the heart of each Alpha Chi girl" . . . founded in 1855 at DePauw University in Indiana . . . sixth national women's fraternity to be established . . . begun at Idaho to provide adequate social activity for the women music students . . . Alpha Rho chapter was installed here in 1924 . . . Dutch-Colonial house . . . snowball fight with the Sigma Chi's . . . hear serenades on a romantic Romeo- Juliet balcony . . . Phi Upsilon Omicron members are Margaret Anderson, June Davies, and Jeanne Hofmann . . . hold an Easter party for the children of local alums . Margaret Anderson, president of the Home Economics Club and vice-president of Delta Mu, lives here . . . Jeanne Hofmann is also secretary-treasurer of Panhellenic associa- tion and Vice-president of Kappa Phi . . . Betty Pyles and Emmalyn Ball are the Alpha Chi members of Spurs . upperclassmen have an elaborate dinner-dance with food and decorations galore . . . Shirley Gustafson is secretary of the Attic Club . . . at the spring format the pledge's names are used in the decorations . . . a Halloween party with the Sigma Nus, minus spirits, of course . . . Betty Lou Loman takes minutes of the KUOI meetings . . . Christmas party with the Betas acting as a group Santa Claus . Orchesis tapped Edith Harrop and Betty Lou Loman in November. That's no way to play . . . Iust Ioafing. x' uXVazmwm Anderson, Alma, Boise Anderson, Doris, Burley Anderson, Margaret, Boise Barnes, Dawn, Rupert Bastida, Blanche, Nampa Brewster, Eileen, Boise Carson, Jerry, Moscow Cooke, Joyce, Jerome Davies, June, Boise Downing! Dorothy, Pocatello Eke, Margaret, Moscow Epperson, Loralee, Jerome Frazier, Kay, Moscow Gustafsonl Shirley, Anaconda, Montana Handel, Anna Mae, Moscow Harrop, Edith, Driqgs Hofmann, Jeanne, Moscow Hooper, Betty Lou, Midvale Jenkins, Carolyn, Sugar City Iohnson, Joanne, Nezperce Kirby, Marjorie, Cascade Knapton, Barbara, New Meadows Krigbaum, Norma, New Meadows Loman, Betty Lou, Sandpoint McDowell, Shirley, Twin Falls Mylander, Verda, Salmon Nodell, Lois, Boise Pylesl Betty! Nezperce Reese, Bernadean, Boise Richards, Jean, Soda Springs Schmidt, Joyce, Lewiston Schou, Beverly, Pocatello Seyfert, Edith, Idaho Falls K Shulenberger, Mona, Salmon Smith, Andra Elaine, Jerome Snyder, Doris, Orofino Sokvitne, Clarice, Moscow Terteling, Eleanor, Moscow Thompson, Eileen, Shoshone Wallace, Jean, Soda Springs Weber, Margaret, Moscow Williams, Grace, Lewiston Wohlschleqel, Florence, Idaho Falls Young. Evelyn, Boise Lucky Lois . . ttOpen up your heart and sing of Alpha Phi" . . . one of the first five national sororities . . . founded October 11, 1872, at Syracuse, New York . . . Beta Zeta chapter at University of Idaho established in 1928 . . . 44 chapters in the United States and Canada . . . the gray shingled house at the far end of fraternity row is well represented in cam- pus honoraries and activities . . . Pat Nelson combined beauty with brains and became 1947's Sweetheart of Sigma Chi and an Alpha Lambda Delta . . . Gladyne Taufen car- ried oft honors for Sophomore Week by becoming Holly Queen . . . Diana Hooper, active on the Argonaut and in Canterbury Club . . . Senior Vice-president Betty Campbell, vice-president of Phi Chi Theta, secretary-treasurer of the Women's HI" Club, and WAA executive board . . . Bonnie Burnside holds a position on the Gem, served as orientation chairman on the AWS council . . . Burnelda Halverson, Phi Chi Theta . . . Arlene Hinchey, student-faculty council, Phi Chi Theta . . . Margaret Payne, Alpha Phi's dramatist, Vice- president of the Curtain Club . . . Spurs are Clarice Hove and Eleanor Paulsen, members of the KUOI staff . . . Wanda Merz, Phi Upsilon Omicron . . . Alpha Phis are liberally represented m.the Home EC Club and the Ski Club . . . pledges danced at a black and pink HBallet Russe" in the tall . . . presented their pledge song and paddles before Christmas . . . made April lst's Turnabout Day an hilarious event for both themselves and the members. . The busy Alpha Phis. Barrus, Jean, Blackfoot Bellaire, Betty, Idaho Falls Bresslerl Beverly, Genesee Broyles, Donna lean, Moscow Burnside, Bonnie, Rupert Campbell, Bernice, New Meadows Campbell, Betty, New Meadows Cooper, Janice, Salmon Daugherty, Noreen, St. Anthony Daugherty, Norma, St. Anthony Feldhusen, Jean, Kimberly Gerraughty, Jeanne, Spokane, Wn. Gray, Jean, Moscow Gregory, Jean, Sf. Maries Halverson, Burnelda, Moscow Herrington, Helen, Boise Harrington, Lois, Boise Hinchey, Arlene, Salmon Hooper, Diana, Kellogg Hove, Clarice, Troy Iackle, Erma Jean, Moscow Jensen, Doris, Idaho Falls Jesness, Cynthia, Mountain Home MacRae, Donna, Paul Magee, Patricia, Genesee McClellan, Arleene, Montpelier McCreary, Patricia, Kendrick McFrederick, Glenna, Salmon Merz, Wanda, Heyburn Nelson, Patricia, Genesee Ottenheimer, Jean, Mountain Home Paulson, Eleanor, Troy Payne, Margaret, Rexburg Randall, Beverlee, Craigmont Rich, Eleanor, Blackfoot Ritchey, Rayola, Idaho Falls Soule, Eloise, Salmon Spence, Martha, Redwood City, California Stelma, Eleanor, Buhl Stone, Beverly, Blackfoot Sumner, Leela, Troy Taufen, Gladyne, Genesee Taylor, Gloria, Blackfoot Taylor, Patricia, Burley Tuller, Mildred, Boise Turner, Joann, Rupert Ward, Judith, Boise Wilson, Jane! Salmon Dalia 961m Dalia Pretty as a picture . . Delta Delta Delta . . . founded at Boston University in 1888, Theta Tau chapter officially established on Idaho campus in 1932 . . . most recently built house on the campus . . . pledges entertain other house pledges with a ttCoke" . . . members were honored at the annual leedge paddle" dinner . . . Christmas afternoon tea dance was held . . . members filled the basement with HBlack Magic," pledge dance theme . . . pledges honored with Heart Sister and Delta Week . . . all-campus musical activities lead Prexy Pat Jordan's list of activities . . . HUncle Tom's Cabin," Curtain Club, also took time . . . Vivian McLaughlin held AWS purse-strings . . . Spur song leader Louise Miller, Kappa Sigma sweetheart, SAI and election board member . . . Betty Wood, treasurer of Spurs . . . Pat Robinson, Cur- tain Club, and chairman of the homecoming float decora- tions which gave Tri-Delta second place . . . Tri-Delta's novice boxing skit also won a Close second under the direc- tion of Kathryn Church . . . Rita Marie Steuart, Sigma Chi finalist . . . Aris Peterson, basketball manager and member of WAA executive board . . . traditions include alumnae Christmas party . . . Dean's Dinner . . . exchange dance with WSC Theta Mu chapter . . . bridge party honoring alums . . . Tri-Delt-Delta Tau snowball fight . . . singing ttTri-Delta true, we'll dream of you and love you-" the house of friendliness welcomes everyone. . One of the Tri-Delt spreads. Anderson, Beverly, Genesee Andrew, Phyllis, Parma Batts, Betty, Wallace Bowlby, Carol, Moscow Breeden, Ann, Lewiston Connolly, Mary Jane, Moscow Dwyer, Patricia, Twin Falls Early, Geraldine, Moscow Evans, Beverly, Boise Galvin, Maxine, Emmett Clark, Marilyn, Burley Gregoire, Beverly, Pocatello Hardin, Mary, Meridian Johnson, Lorraine, Kellogg Jordan, Patricia, Boise Knox, Patricia, Emmett Loren, Betty, Kellogg McLaughlin, Vivian, St. Maries McVickers, Laura, Boise Miller, Louise, Nezperce Modin, Judy, Boise Murray, Barbara, Boise Nelson, Mardelle, Emmett Peterson, Aris, Lewiston Powers, Beverly, Parma Radermacher, Katherine, Moscow Radermacher, Marjorie, Moscow Reese, Katherine, Pocatello Richards, Diane, Soda Springs Robinson, Patricia, Nampa Salmon, Maxine, Burley Smith, Patricia, Wallace Steuart, Rita, Wallace Stevenson, Betty, Kellogg Van Riper, Charlotte, Jerome Whitsell, Norma, Emmett Wood, Betty, Osburn Yenor, Iacque, St. Maries Delta gamma Serenaded always with HWe11, we11, we11, Hannah" . . and often serenaded as the women received pins and rings . . . set romance aside long enough to study and participate in activities . . . DG's were prominent on the Argonaut masthead with Sharon O'Donnell as business manager . . . Bonnie Mi11er as circulation manager . . . and Pat Colvard as society editor . . . Ianet Billmeyer co-edited the A1umni bulletin and was in Theta Sigma . . . Spurs Barbara Schatf and Sue Beardsley . . . Phi Chi Thetas Shirley Knox and Virginia Greenough . . . a large section of the election board was DG-housed . . . Pat Colvard, chairman . Margaret Weitz . . . Margaret Orme . . . Barb Schaff . . . Vandal Ski Club officers Dorothy Galey and Josie Link . . runners-up in women's debate, Mary Clyde and Helen Means . . . Pat Barnes took a leading role in nDear Brutus" . . . Orchesis President Maybelle Harris . . . A1pha Epsilon Delta Catherine Chrisman . . . a losing battle in a football game with the Betas . . . snowball fights . . . spring base- ball games . . .. race with the'tATOs and Sigma Nus for the earliest hour bugler on spring housecleaning day . . . pledge dance . . . Mother's Day dinner . . . Hal1owe'er'1 party with the Betas . . . Thanksgiving with the SAEs . . . Christmas with the Phi Delts . . . founded at Lewis School in 1874 . . . Nu chapter established 1911 . . . one of 59 chapters . . . serenaders sing in a softer voice of uthe bronze, the pink, the bluee." - , The Club D.G. gals . . . Some of the talented sophomore girls. Barnes, Patricia, Boise Beardsley, Suzanne, Weiser Billmeyer, Janet, Pocatello Burgess, Georgia, Twin Falls Canfield, Daryle, Moscow Carter, Jean, Boise Clyde, Mary, Moscow Coleman, Jane, Spokane, Washington Colvard, Patricia, Weiser Cox, Jeanne, Sheridan, Wyoming Denman, Betty, Idaho Falls Fletcher, Jeanette, Boise Galey, Dorothy, Boise Gordon, Beverly, Twin Falls Greenough, Virginia, Spokane, Wash. Harper, Shirley, Fayette Harris, Maybelle, Moscow Hawley, Agnes, Boise Helmsworth, Gretchen, Moscow Herman, Shirley, Spokane, Washington Horton, JoAnn, Nampa Jasper, Mary, LaGrande, Oregon Kelley, Alene, Boise Kimes, Betty, Twin Falls Knox, Shirley; Emmett Lampman, Marjorie, Moscow Link, Joan, Boise Maxwell, Donna, Boise Means, Helen, Boise Meehan, Rosemary, Lewiston Morse, Avona, Caldwell Muth, Barbara, McCall Odberg, Ann, Lewiston O'Donnell, Sharon, Milwood, Wash. Orme, Margaret, St. Anthony Packenham, Joan, Moscow Ricks, Nancy, Boise Rosauer, Virginia, Caldwell Schaff, Barbara, Weiser Smith, Shirley, Coeur d'Alene Smith, Virginia, Lewiston Stricker, Phyllis, Grangeville Tarr, Bette, Twin Falls Thometz, Kay, Twin Falls Thompson, Gwen, Potlatch Waltman, Gwen, Kellogg Weitz, Margaret, Caldwell White, Janet, Lewiston 30mg ffall -A Hmm- mmw I That must be a pretty sad game, from the looks on their faces . . . HWhere life is happy, and cares are few" . . . Forney-Hall . . . Sunday night informal pajama parties . . . gab ses- sions . . . snow-fjghts With Willis Sweet and LDS . . . gay fun, bruises and stiff limbs .. . . laundry room antics . Where the housemother performs With the frosh at initia- tion after the annual sneak . . . leads in activities and in scholarship . . . F omey prexy and Mortar Board Margaret nMike" Arnold took notes at executive board meetings . . . election board stronghold . . . art majors . . . Sue Tovey, AWS officer, and Independent Caucus secretary . . . Alpha Lambda Deltas Marybelle Carnie and Isobelle Phelan . . . future business women and chemists . . . Peggy Pence, Kappa Delta Pi president . . . sports and politics enthusiast HBuzz" Evans . . . fall barn dance . . . faculty tea . . . senior formal banquet given by juniors in payment for the udish- less" junior dinner . . . Christmas and spring formals . . . homecoming decorations in the smoker . . . Blot feature writer June Thomas . . . Nada Gilbert, Phi Upsilon Omi- cron . . . Billie Gooing, HSadie Hawkins" Who got her man . . . Gem Editor, Mortar Board and Curtain member Eliza- beth Robinson . . . Vandaleers Claim Sidney Buchanan, SAI member, and Gay Deobald . . . Interchurch Council Secretary Donna Lue Taylor . . . Alpha Epsilon Delta Betty Brookbush . . . Colleen McDonald, trosh class officer . . brother dinners . . . midnight parties . . . dashes for the telephone . . . Iock-out slips and door duties . . . "come on in, have a coke, and we'll listen to Rachmaninoff" . . . life is never dull . . . "dear old Forney, we all love you." A little serious, too; but this time, executive board is talking business. Adams, Patsy, Emmett Anderson, Maxine, Troy Androes, Elaine, Emmett Armstrong, Catherine, Lapwai Arnold, Margaret, Kimberly Asmussenl Carolea, Payette Aunes, Helen, Mullan Bahr, Ella, Gooding Batchelor, Patricia, Burke Bates, Mary Lee, Driggs Bingham, Lois, Idaho Falls Blade, Evabelle, Spokane, Wash. Bradbury, Mildred, Challis Brevick, Barbara, Wendell Brookbush, Betty, Sterling Buchanan, Sidney, Nampa Butler, Frances, Bliss Hunter, June Carnie, Coeur d'Alene Carnie, Marybelle, Coeur d'Alene- Chetwood, Lolita, Kamiah Conrad, Mary, Castleford Daffer, Helen, Weiser Dammarell, Jean, Craigmont Danquist, Hazel, Bonners Ferry Deerkop, Barbara, Palouse, Washington Deerkop, Eileen, Palouse, Washington Deobald, Gabriella, Kendrick Edwards, Mary Ellen, Marsing Evans, Bernice, Preston Flynn, Dorothy, Moscow Forrey, Marion, Mountain Home Gilbert, Nada, Preston Gooing, Billie, Parma Grant, Naoma, Nampa Grant, Violet, Nampa Graves, Jeanne, Kooskia Greenwood, Charlotte, Bonners Ferry Halmon, Elaine, Mullah Harris, Margaret, Wallace Hayes, Bethene, Twin Falls Heidi, Ruth, Burke Hodge, Wilma, Palouse, Wash Howard, Hazel, Hazelton Jacobs, Gloria, Sugar City Jansen, Joan, Kimberly Iardine, Maimie, Coeur d'Alene Jensen, Jeannette, Jerome Johnson, Margery, Caldwell Jones, Mary Agnes, Genesee Kruger, Elsie, Cameron Larsen, Joanna, Coeur d'Alene Lawson, Patricia, Spencer Lieb, Leslie, Wallace Lindstrom, Jean, Lewisville McDonald, Colleen, Bovill McDaniel, Shirley, Coeur d'Alene McEachron, Faye, Orofino Matson, Elsa, Potlatch Mautz, Kathryn Ann, Wallace Miller, Carol, Castleford Miller, Jeanne, Nampa Mooney, Edna, Coeur d'Alene Pence, Peggy, Vancouver, Wash. Peters, Betty, Caldwell Phelan, Isobelle, Osburn Phillips, Carolyn, Ashton Rankin, Janis, Ashton Reddekopp, Joyce, St. Maries Robinson, Elizabeth, Lewiston Schupfer, Beverly, Kendrick Scofield, Joan, Boise Shiell, Geraldine, Bonners Ferry Shiell, Jacqueline, Bonners Ferry Silflow, Gladys, Cameron Silflow, Ida, Kendrick Simons, Geraldine, Hazelton Snyder, Joyce, Cataldo Storms, Garnet, Winchester Stringer, Mary, Glenns Ferry Tarbet, Shirley, Lewisfon Taylor, Donna Lue, Preston Thomas, June, Glenns Ferry Tilbury, Dorothy, Midvale Tovey, Mary Sue, Malad Traeger, Barbara, Conda Trout, Betty Lea, Troy Truedell, Jeanette, Grangeville Walton, Eileen, Fairfield Williams, Phyllis, Coeur d'Alene Wimer, Jean, Burke Wimer, Ruth, Burke Wren, Hazel, Ontario, Oregon flaw flail Started the school year by winning the trophy for the most original homecoming house decorations . . . the largest women's living quarters on the campus . . led by an ener- getic house president, Claire Iergensen . . . organized into a smooth, efficient group . . . taking part in all campus activities . . . Janice McCormick, freshman Class secretary . . . Vandaleers Mary Lou Shook, Rosie Schmid, Betty Tel- lin, Phyllis LaRue . . . WAA stronghold . . . church-goers . . . hall officers Margaret McAuley, Shirley Oakley, Mary Lou Snook . . . gypsy semi-tormal . . . brother and Christmas dinners . . . diary dance . . . spring semi-formal . . less colorful is the traditional freshman sneak . . . flavored by the unexpected initiation, one month after the sneak . . . the spring slump is warded off by the freshman dinner, whereby upper Classmen, not frosh, are entertained . . . and at the senior tubbings the frosh gain their revenge . Polly Howard, SAI president . . . Helen Thomas, 4-H presi- dent . . . Shirley Oakley, outstanding in home ec and music . . . Claire Jergensen, Phi Upsilon Omicron politico Pauline Schaplowsky . . . Betty Draper, Rifle Club secretary . . . Melba Rae Barnett, associate editor of the Alumni Roundup. Just stepping out . . . Hays Belles. We Albright, Marvel, Lewiston Auger, Sylvia, Boise Bailey, Lois, Nampa Barnett, Melba, Pocatello Barron, Margaret, Twin Falls Base, Betty, Richlield Baugh, Vida, Gooding Bean, Elizabeth, Teton City Berry, Pairicia, Craigmont Bowen, Betty, Roberts Burau, Edna, Blanchard Claney, Alta, Caldwell Clauser, Barbara, Fayette Coe, Marjorie, Nampa Coon, Laura, Mohler Coon, Phyllis, Lewiston Crouch, Beverly, Emmett Daggett, Lida Mae, Mesa Denevan, Helen, Bovill Draper, Betty, Council Foley, Eileen, Idaho Falls Foley, Margaret, Idaho Falls Goenne, Betty, Davenport, Iowa Goodwin, Virginia, Sandpoint Hall, Celia, Glenns Ferry Hammond, Constance, Ashton Hansen, Carolyn, Aberdeen Hargis, Marie, Ashton Hartman, Wilma, Parma Heyer, Barbara, Melba Hieronymus, Lona, Winchester Holden, Betty, Idaho Falls Holderness, Betty, Sandpoint Howard, Polly, Iuliaetta Huhtala, Helmi, Cabinet Ingram, Bonnie, Harrison Jergensen, Claire, St. Anthony Johnson, Alice, Wallace Johnson, Betty, Mullan Johnstone. Marjorie, Marsing Jones, Betty, Rupert Jones, Jeanne, Idaho Falls Kinnison, Frances, Hawaii Kneale, Anita, Tekoa, Washington LaRue, Phyllis, Heyburn Leavitt, Maryann, Orofino Leigh, LaDena, Parma Lenz, Betty, Craigmont Lester, Marilyn, Fenn McAuIey, Margaret, Weiser McCormick, Janice, Homedale McInnis, Anita, Priest River McKenney, Mary Lou! Challis McNally, Joyce, Bonners Ferry McNamara, Margaret, Great Falls, Mont. Madison, Maryanne, Hame'r Maxwell, Margaret, Glenns Ferry Miller, Mary Ann, Lewiston Nesbitt, Alice! Sagle Neustel, Jacqueline, Hayden Lake Noland, Barbara, Emmett Norton, Melba, Cambridge Oakley, Shirley, Coeur d'Alene Organ, Carol, Cambridge Pfeiffer, Gladys, Challis Price! Joan, Sandpoinf Reichert, Ruth, Filer Rice! Helen, Declo Riemenschneider, Betty, Spokane, Washington Rossman, Joy Ann, Sandpoint Schaplowsky, Pauline, Nezperce Schmid, Rose Ellen, New Plymouth Schnitker, Wanita, Twin Falls Schumacher, Corrine, Colton, Wash. Shaw, Vernita, Fayette Shuldberg, Bonnie, Terreton Slack, Patricia, Homedale Snook, Mary Lou, Orofino Sprute, Mildred, Fenn Staples, Joan, Coeur d'Alene Stewart, Ann, Fremont Swanstrom, Barbara, Council Tellin, Betty, Blackfoot Thomas, Helen! Dietrich Tremewan, Raye Alice, Boise Way, Helen, Craigmont Wombacher, Elaine, Bonnets Ferry Zumwalt, Bonnie, Grangeville gamma Phi Beta HCrescent moon of Gamma Phi" . . . founded at Syracuse University in 1874 . . . first national sorority chartered on this campus, in 1910 . . . activities become traditions . . . an annual snow battle at the ho-hum hour Of 5 a.m. With the Sigma Nus . . . a little less on the rugged side is the Hallowe'en party with the Phi Delts . . . bringing personali- ties into the limelight, Prexy Geneva F erguson pulls spec- tacular marks out of the Chem department, Argonaut neWs editor and Mortar Board member . . . B. 1. Ingraham com- . - bines brains with ability While presiding over International w Relations Club and serving on the Student Disciplinary Board . . . Ian Gerber wields the gavel of Hell Divers, is Junior class secretary and Spur junior advisor . . . Alpha Lambda Delta and Spur Carol Fitch . . . Jo Anne Elam, 11Spur of the Moment," Alpha Lambda Delta and charming violinist . . . Vice-president Phyl Halley emotes for Qrchesis . . . pledges this year became involved with the neighbor- ing Tekes in a football game which resulted in headlines and minor casualties . . . steaks are the orderfor the three- pointers at the well-deserved "smartie partie" . . . yuletide season means the Christmas party With the alums HGamma Phi girl, I love you . . . with your sweet smile and your smart style." Pajama Parade . . . Just sitting and talking. Bottum, Elizabeth, Riverside, California Brandt, Shirley, Spokane, Washington Burgess, Gloria, Twin Falls Burns, Mary Ellen, Boise Craddock, Carolyn, Boise Cramblet, Molly, Gooding Cramer, Charlotte Ann, Lewiston Cranston, Margaret, Bo1se Daubner, Patricia, Boise DuSault, Anne, Moscow Elam, Jo Anne, Boise Ferguson, Geneva, Grand Forks, N.D. Fitch, Carol, Fayette Gallup, Lyvonne, Moscow Garber, Jan, Kellogg Geertsen, Dorothy, Boise Gray, Patricia, Boise Green, Shirley, Seattle, Washington Greenway, Shirley, Seattle, Washington Greenwell, Lois, Ogden, Utah Halley, Phyllis, Boise Halliday, Beverly, Idaho Falls Hankins, Patricia, Nampa Haymond, Shirley, Genesee Hilmer, Virginia, Spokane, Washington Hoobing, Alice, Portland, Oregon Ingraham, Betty Jean, Calgary, Alta., Canada Jackson, Margaret, Gooding Kettenbach, Ann, Clgary, A1ta., Canada Kettenbach, Ann, Calgary, A1ta., Canada Klobucher, Thelma, Moscow Kuehl, Bonnie, Genesee McEntee, Colleen, Boise McMullen, Sally, Boise Madsen, Janet, Lewiston Maley, Barbara, Caldwell Rankin, Dorothy, Boise Ring, Doris, Buhl Sabiston, Jean, Spokane, Washington Schwertley, Anne, Boise Schwertley, Margaret, Boise Strike, Beverly, Boise Taylor, Jean Buhl Tiller, Norma, Nampa Wilcox, Avonne, Emmett ldalm 61515 Long a hangout for active Independents and war-time home for sailors, the Idaho Club got its share of the new look . . . in the fall of '47 women replaced men in the Idaho Club . of the fifty-one girls, thirty-one were frosh . . . only three had ever before attended the U. of I. . . . they showed promising ability as they quickly organized from scratch . trudged downhill to the Pine Hall cafeteria for meals . activity women here, too . . . Dorothy Greaves, presi- dent, was active also in dramatics . . . blonde Bonnie Gra- ham was chosen as one of the yell queens and was also a finalist in Sigma Chi Sweetheart contest . . . Audrey Miller was awarded second place on women's rifle team . women displayed prowess in snowball fights with neigh- boring Campus Club and Willis Sweet Hall . . . living room furnished in ttnaughty pine" . . . scene of semi-tormal dance "Winter Wonderland" . . . Olevia Smith active on the Argonaut staff . . . Catherine Duncan, independent caucus member . . . Shirley Perrigo reigned as Sweetheart of SAE ball . . . the successful experiment didn't last long . female enrollment at Idaho dropped and in the spring of '48 men moved back into the Idaho Club. The old card game . . . Snowflake dance. W ;. i: ;, 5; w 1 J 3- gm A La Armstrong, Betty, Coeur d'Alene Anderson, Travis, Central Bordon, Della, Kellogg Borne, Ramona, Kellogg Brown, Caroline, Pocatello Brown, Helen, Kamiah Davis, Elsie, Pasco, Washington Duncan, Catherine, Boise Eastman, Helen, Boise Egger, Carol, Stanfield, Oregon Erickson, Patricia, Bonners Ferry Graham, Bonnie, Kellogg Greaves, Dorothy, Preston Heinrich, Beverly, Genesee Hill, Betty, Buhl Hodgson, Lois, St. Maries Hungeriord, Jeanne, Idaho Falls Kaisake, Amie, Lewiston Kornherl Helen, Gooding Lanting, Pieternella, Rogerson Leuschel, Betty, Lewiston McCullough, Phyllis, Idaho Falls McGuire, Jean, Helena, Montana Melville, Wanita, Priest River Meulman, Gloria! Rupert Miller! Audrey, Worley Mills, Marian, Coeur d'Alene Mills, Marie, Kamiah Morrison, Betty, Aberdeen Moser, Jean, East Farms, Washington Mulroney, Lorraine, Lewiston Perrigo, Shirley, Payette Reed, June, Rigby Ritzman, Phyllis, Kellogg Sandell, Margery, Declo Sanderson, Susanne, Priest River Schnitker, Donna, Twin Falls Simpson, Peggy, Twin Falls Tortel, Edith, Jerome Vaara, Helen, Sandpoint Vansant, Carley, Richfield Watson, Virginia, Boise Weichbrodt, Arlene, Challis Kappa Alplza Um HTheta lips are smiling" . . . Theta women were active everywhere . . . at the fall awards assembly, Thetas were presented with the 46-47 scholarship trophy . . . Yvonne Whiting received a vocal music scholarship . . . Eve Smith received the Phi Chi Theta key . . . the trophies went home to sit beside the song test trophy and to be polished by Theta pledges . . . besides presiding at Phi Chi Theta meet- ings, Eve held the gavel at Canterbury Club and Theta house meetings, was active on Mortar Board . . . Phi Upsi- lon Omicron tapped Marjorie Johnson . . . Other gavel- wielders: Carol Fugate at Westminster Guild and Delta Mu . . . Barbara Mariner for Westminster Forum . . . founded in 1870, the sorority granted the Idaho chapter its charter in 1920 . . . black and gold are the colors of the group and of its flower, the pansy . . . during the year, pledges redid the laundry room . . . held a dinner dance with the Fijis . . were tsaid the SAESJ afraid to take part in a snow fight . . . had an exchange dinner With the Delta Chis . . . "Go West, Young Man" served as theme for the gypsy dance . . . Vandaleers sang from the Theta balcony . . . one of the nicest places to serenade, according to those who sere- naded . . . Sheila Darwin wrote for Blot and Bette West took part in ASUI plays . . . there have never been any secret compartments found in the tower . . . but in the light- colored house, uTheta hearts are true." Some Theta pledges fooling . . . Are you going someplace? Anderson, Faye, Idaho Falls Barker, Donna, Gooding Bedwell, Barbara, Los Angeles, California Brown, Joan, Smelterville Darwin, Sheila, Lewiston Davis, Lynette, The Dalles, Oregon Dingle, Ann, Dayton, Washington Dore, Marguerite, Wallace Driggs, Lucille. Gooding Ebbe, Colleen! Sandpoint Fugate, Carol, Aberdeen Green, Patricia, Tacoma, Washington Griffin, Jane, Boise Hill, Dorothy, Gooding Hill, Rhoda, Bonners Ferry Hutchinson, Joanne, Orofino Inghram, Evelyn, Lapwai Inghram, Retha, Lapwai Johnson, Marjorie, Pocatello Mariner, Barbara, Spokane, Washington McClun, Catherine, Preston McClunl Dorothy, Preston McCune, Betty Anne, Preston Neal, Martha Sue, Boise Paasch, Doris, Moscow Renard, Paula, Portland, Oregon Reynolds, Rita, Gooding Rowell, Editha, Moscow Sample, Ila, Buhl Sandmeyer, Ruth, Boise Sanford, June, Glenns Ferry Scott. Bonnie, Kellogg Shaffer, Zeola, Sandpoinf Shenenbergen Lois, Twin Falls Slater, LeiLani, Twin Falls Smith, Eve, Lewiston Stanfield, Geraldine, Weiser Stefanac, Mary Ellen, Mullan Stonemetz, Georgia, Buhl Tillotson, Beth, Boise Van Engelen, Ruth, Twin Falls Wesf, Bette, Buhl Wetherbee, Thelma, Kootenai Whiting, Yvonne, Weiser Kappa kappa gamma Founded locally in 1916 .' . . Beta Kappa ranks high among the 79 chapters . . . Frances Rhea, Mortar Board presi- dent, Delta Sigma Rho and Theta Sigma . . . Winning intra- mural debaters Pam Gaut and Mary Louise Will . . . Shirley Iacobsen, varsity debater . . . Sigma Alpha 'Iotas Jeanne F oster and Joan Wittman . . . the White house girls led by Barb Spaeth, hard-working Gem staff member . . . pledges e24 of themetraced the battle-scarred benches on their traditional disappearing act . . . rescued them from Sigma Chis . . . lost them againeforever . . . Homecoming high- lighted by the choice of Lois Winner'as queen . . . Kappa float won first prize . . . Dad's Day brought enough dads to win the Nmost dads" trophy for the house on the hill . . . scholarship awards brought Kappas from eighth to second place . . . the Spur-IK boxing tournament brought a cup to the coach and one to the house for spirit and pep, in- spired by cheer-leader Shirley Nelson . . . annual all-girl fireside jammed the blue and gold living room with 104 women . . . Kappa pledges honored at Mardi Gras dance . . . Fiji-Kappa snow-fight . . . upperclassmen shooed the first two classes out the back door for their annual dinner dance in February . . . followed by spring initiation and senior breakfast . . . "I love you truly, KKG." The girls seem to be enjoying the snow . . . Friendly Kappa campus fireside. www.wwmmwy , WWWWW Anderson, Beulah, Shelley Barline, Elizabeth, Spokane, Washington Blakely, Jane, Lisbon, North Dakota Breier, Mary Jane, Lewiston Brewster, Irene, McCall Caple, Ruth, Coeur d'Alene Carlson, Patricia, Council Churchman, Joan, Jerome Douglas, Bobbie, Twin Falls Foster, Jeanne, Shelley Gandiago, Ca rmen, Boise Garrison, Beverly! Palouse, Washington Gaudin, Dora, Gooding Gaut, Pamela, Lewiston Getty, JoAnn, Pilot Rock, Oregon Hale, Claire, Moscow Harland, Rosemary, Caldwell Hasbrouck, Willa, Cascade Holen, Dorothy, Evanston, Illinois Hooper, Mary, Wallace Jacobsen, Shirley, Rexburg Johnson, Geraldine, Seattle, Washington Jordan, Patricia, Grangeville Kelly, Patricia, Farragut Kent, Beverly, Leonia Kerka, Helen, Lewiston Korter, Joan, Moscow Lindemer, Jean, Twin Falls Litchfield, Joan, Lewiston McMahon! Carmelyn, Boise Mackey, Janet, Lewiston Meeks, Irene, Twin Falls Miller, Marcile, St, Anthony Mitchell, Jacqueline, Idaho Falls Morris, Marjorie, Pasadena, California Murphy, Colleen, Mullan Nelson, Shirley, Lewiston Nock, Leilanil Cascade Patten, Diane, Glendale, California Pearson, Jonne, Boise Petersen, Merilyn, Fayette Rhea, Frances, Boise Rowberry, Joan, Fayette Sherman, Marian, Moscow Silverthorn, Beverly, Moscow Smith, Nancy, Boise Spaeth, Barbara, Jerome Stough, Edith, Moscow Thomas, Virginia, Sandpoint Thompson, Jane, Spokane, Washington Will, Mary Louise, Moscow 1 2331+ w? Winner, Lois, Moscow Wittman, 10d n, Lewiston w 171' Km: Phi Does anyone ever read those books? . t . ttOn a Pi Phi honeymoon" . . . founded in 1867 . . . Idaho Alpha Chapter was established in 1923 . . . located at 720 Deakin, cozy-close to the Bucket, the ATO's and the Phi Taus . . . Pi Phi President Marion Eisenhauer also headed Mortar Board and Phi Upsilon Omicron . . . Skillful Delt pledges smuggled a chair from the living room but determined and strong-willed Pi Phi pledges restored it to their living room . . . Panhellenic President Polly Harris played in HDear Brutust' and is a member of Curtain Club . . . Pledge dance theme was HSherwood Forest" . . . Spur Prexy Rosemary Fitzgerald hangs her emblemed sweater here . . . ASUI yell leader Bonnie Graham brings spirit to the house . . . Jackie Ritchie is an active Women's ttI" Club member and heads WAA . . . Members of Hell-Divers are Joyce Freeland, Marion Eisenhauer, and Ella Marie Farn- lun . . . Hallowe'en party with ATOs, noted for its absence of witches . . . Ski dance theme was carried out in a fire- side this year . . . Pi Phis solo on the honeymoon song upon receipt of a pin or diamond . . . Beverly Whitson, president second semester . . . Betty Bonnett is an Alpha Lambda Delta member . . . Barbara Thompson, Verna Kelley are creative members of Orchesis. Annual Christmas party, Santa and all ,V...; .mm7w . Bales, Charline, Caldwell Bickett, Polly, Gooding Bellman, Peggy, Moscow Bonnett, Betty, Moscow Brainard, Beverly, Fayette Burch, June, Coeur d'Alene Collins, Barbara, Coeur d Alene Cone, Erma Lee, Grangeville Deggendorfer, Margaret, Kellogg Duerig, Nancy, Filer Eisenhauer, Marion, Post Falls Fitzgerald, Rosemary, Moscow Freeland, Joyce, Coeur d'Alene Gardner, Lela, Idaho Falls Garner, Joyce, Buhl Harris, Louise, Burley Hindle, Barbara, Moscow Hoops, June, Twin Falls Humphreys, Alta, St. Anthony Johnston, Irene, Kellogg Kelly, Verna, Idaho Falls Lotspeich, Ruth, Eastport Love, Janet, Buhl Martindale, Loreta, Boise Miller, Patricia, Ririe Mingus, Marilyn, Emmett Newell, Elizabeth, Caldwell Poppie, Faye, Twin Falls Ritchie, Jacqueline, Idaho Falls Schulz, Phyllis, Idaho Falls Takkinen, Verley, Lake Fork Thompson, Barbara, Moscow Vallad, Marion, Emmett Whitson, Beverly, San Diego, California Kidmlmuyll flail Weekly exchanges . . Ridenbaugh Hall . . . the oldest dorm on the campus . . . houses sixty-nine girls this year . . . outstanding members include Donna Chapman, president of AWS, Mortar Board member, and Phi Beta Kappa . . . president of the Women's HI" Club, Nola Whybark . . . Sally Foskett, Gem section editor . . . hilarious Friday nights when the hashers make their own rules . . . Christmas semi-formal and serenade on which the girls sing to all the independent living groups . seniors are tubbed by the sophomores . . . also have a steak try in the arboretum . . . Eleanore Strange, secretary of the sophomore class and member of Spurs, dwells here . . advantageous location across the street from the tennis courts . . . trosh sneak and are initiated gently but firmly upon their return . . . sun baths on the kitchen roof Which can be seen very plainly from the music hall walk . . . Bobi Bretz is feature picture editor for Blot Magazine and the Mademoiselle magazine college board representative for the Idaho campus . . . recipients of fraternity pins eat pie under the table With no utensils save ten fingers . . . spring formal turns the hall into a mass of fresh spring flowers . . . birthdays honored at a birthday dinner dance. , Under-the-table desserts. . ML: ' 43Wfff 19.0.- l .x, - . . Mi"- J; 5' q--..-u-C-"' Anderson, Pernella, Squirrel Andres, Rosemary, Potlatch Aushn, Winifred, St. Maries Baker, PatriCIa, Orofino Bills, Ramona, Emmett Blanden, Ellen, Weippe Bretz, Barbara, Pocatello Brodkord, Hazel, Sagle Brown, Gladne, Nampa Brown, Patricia, Fruitland Burleigh, Katherine, Moscow Chapman, Donna, Orofino Christensen, Colleen, Idaho Falls Cooper, Lucille, Weiser Cooper, Florence, Weiser Crim, Carmel, Weiser Crooks, DeLores, Spirit Lake Cundall, Lois, Sagle DeKlotz, Mary, Filer Downing, Miriam, Grangeville Farnlun, Ella Mariel Ketchum Frensdorf, Blanche, Orofino Foskett, Sally, Pasco, Washington Fowler, Vernone, Boise Gregory, Rowena, Princeton Heywood, Betty, Weippe Johnson, Geraldine, Wallace Justice, Eleanor, Hagerman Kateron, Mary, Careywood Kawasoe, Ida, Weiser Kelton, Sheila, Wallace Kilpatrick, Mary Ellen, Weiser Knudsen, Jean, Wells, Montana Korvala, Carol, Orofino Larson, Elsie Mae, Greer Lease, Iris, Wallace Lindstedt, Martha, Boise McEvers, Kathleen! Orofino Maio, Dorothy, Priest River Mickelson, Ardelle, Lago Milsap, Lorene, Jerome Moran, Phyllis, Sandpoint Pauling, Donna, Wallace Peer, Margie, Culdesac Petersen, Ruth, Terreton Place, Joann, Plummer Reichow, Frances, Nezperce thchey, Myrna, Arco Ritchey, Olivine, Arco Sandquist, Helen, Troy Sargeni, Chrlsty, Welser Schlader, Irma, Orofino Seely, Maxine, St. Maries Smlth, Carne, Clarksfork Steiger, Amelia, Deary Strange, Eleanore, Eelse Thompson, Marlene, BurIey Watanabe, Manon, Harrah, Washmgton Wenke, Clara, Moscow Whybark, Nola, Deary Alpha 32w Omega Card sharps . . Alpha Tau Omega . . . founded in 1865 and brought to the Idaho campus in 1925 . . . is national in scope and includes 97 chapters . . . Founder's Day is observed on March 15 . . . hold Tin-Can dance, a costume affair, With decorations consisting of nothing more or less than a thou- sand tin cans . . . select Esquire girl With the aid of "Esky" of Esquire magazine . . . candidates selected by each women's living group . . . Jack Culbertson is president . . . yearly football and beer party With the WSC Taus multi Malad ATOs . . . Hallowe'en party With the Pi Phis . . . honor new pledges at the first dance held in early fall . . . traditional football game With the Alpha Chis twon this year by the Alpha ChisJ . . . Lee Balderston is NROTC president and Rich Fahrenwa1d is the outgoing president of the same organization . . . Tom Dunn heads the engi- neers' honorary . . . invade Tri-Delts With their snowball- equipped pledges . . . located conveniently close to the Bucket and Within binocular range of several sororities . . . Bill Morbach is house manager, Bob Crabtree is social Chairman . . . acknowledge spring with the annua1 Sweet- heart Dinner . . . campaigned vigorously for their Prince Charming nominee, Joe Jordan . . . 111m a maltese cross to shine," sing the ATO's. . Just a little Ioafing. A ; 1:2; $43,; Ashworth, Raymond, Payette Baker, Theodore, Irwin Balderston, Lee, Omaha, Nebraska Barrinaga, John, Castleford Barker, Boyd, Donnelly Barstow, Rex, Moscow Briggs, William, St. Anthony Clark, John, Malad Cole, Wayne, Grangeville Crabtree, Robert, Idaho Falls Culbertson, Jack, Seattle, Washington DeHaven, Harry, Moscow Dunn, Thomas, Rigby Eimers, William, Grangeville Ellis, Douglas, Sandpoint Erickson, Charles, Kellogg Feeney, Thomas, Moscow Fike, Richard, Kamiah Gregory, Jack, Wallace Guilfoy, Thomas, Bovill Holland, Maurice, Bovill Ingersoll, Robert, Fayette Jones, Calvin, Menan Jones, Khalil, Malad Jones, Larry, Malad Jordan, Joseph, Grangeville Kerby, Mark, Iuliaettu Larsen, Keith, Rexburg Lenzi, Robert, Idaho Falls Littleiield, Gene, Bonners Ferry Litzenberger, Dave, Coeur d'Alene Markeson, Clyde, Idaho Falls Masingill, Cliff, Fayette Masingill, Roland, Payette McFaddin, Warner, Myrtle Point, Oregon McKinley, Donald, Lewiston Mitchell, Jesse, Troy Morbach, Robert, Bellwood, Nebraska Pettijohn, William, Castleford Pratt, Cliff, Grangeville Pyper, Roi, Boise Reich, Frank, Kellogg Ricks, Garth, Sugar City Sessions, Gary, Idaho Falls Sherman, Scott, Idaho Falls Sims, Harold, Porthill Smiley, Neal, Kellogg Smith, Orin, Moscow Smith, Richard, Blackfoot Stein, Alfred, Kellogg Swanson, Gerald, Coeur d'Alene Tapperl Lyle, Malad Wagner, A11 Grangeville Wagner, John, Grangeville Weipert, Melvin, Spokane, Washington Wilson, Peter, Coeur d'Alene Etta 371ml Pi Beta Theta Pi Hpass the loving cup around" . . . founded August 8, 1839, Miami University, Ohio . . . ldaho Gamma Gamma chapter established October, 1914 . . . these men who occupy the H21 troomsl Club" keep busily occupied the Whole year . . . annual pledge and initiation dances . . . Christmas danceethis year it was HChrjstmas in Indian Dip" . . . a pre-Chrjstmas campus feature was the Beta serenade to all living groups . . . led and organized by Earl Hayes, who is also Gem business manager . . . Chuck Gilb, new Ir. Chamber of Commerce, president, past Inter- fraternity Council prexy, student-faculty council . . . Fred Meech, house president . . . Art Becher, Gem advertising manager . . . Gene Bush, Argonaut . . . upperclassmen's dinner dance, the spring formal, and the Northwest Beta Songfest in Portland . spring traditions . . . extracurricu- lar unorganized renditions of HThose Wedding Bells Are Breaking Up That Old Gang of Mine" . . . carried on in the phone booth . . . HWe all drink from the same canteen in Beta Theta Pi." Beta's Christmas Serenade .l . . Indian dipping with lots of Christmas spirit. m Anderson, Dennett, Twin Falls Boyd, Thomas, Twin Falls Browne, Robert, Twin Falls Bruni, Peter, Kellogg Bunnell, John, Kellogg Bush, Eugene, Idaho Falls Carpenter, Ralph, Boise Clements, Reed, Lewiston Code, William, Boise Coiner, George, Hansen Culbertson, Robert, Rupert Curtis, Henry, Boise Gilb, Charles, Twin Falls Hayes, Earl, Twin Falls Huffer, Ronald, Parma Howard, Kenneth, Lewiston Ioset, Richard, Twin Falls Julian! Donald, Idaho Falls Kinmouth, Ray, Lewiston Klink, George, Burley Kloepfer, Richard, Boise Knox, Douglas Jru Emmett Largent, Dean, Sandpoint Lint, Richard, Caldwell Lodge, Norman, Caldwell Loman, Paul, Sandpoint Luce, Floyd, Boise McCormack, Vernon, Lewiston McCormack, Kenneth, Lewiston MacGregor, Wayne In, Yakima, Wash. Meech, Frederick, Twin Falls Meech, Lawrence, Twin Falls Morgan, Richard, Lewiston Morrow, Robert, Anaconda, Montana Pharris, Earl, Hazelton Pond, Robert, Twin Falls Reed, Robert, Twin Falls Schmidt, Stanley, Hayden Lake Scranton, Harvard Ir., Camasl Washington Siddoway, Grant, Teton Smith, Courtland, Idaho Falls Smith, Thomas, Boise Souders, Arnold, Kellogg Vance, Samuel, Boise Vogt, Alton! Caldwell Voorhees, Donald, Twin Falls Wright, William, Lewiston 611mm 611M Hiking? . . Campus Club . . . mourned the closing of the Idaho Club . . . the only post-war survivor of the Universityis famous men's cooperative living groups . . . method involves a pooling of resources, wholesale buying, elimination of all wastefulness in food preparation, and self-service . . . home of Jack Sim, of insignificant fame, who partially lost his title when he became a hard-working member of caucus . . other politicians are Bob Hardin, Bob Watts . . . ttIsle of Golden Dreams" was the theme of their formal dance held in the fall . . . Orrin Saunders, ASUI executive board member, dwells in this abode . . . Bob Pettijohn is a rah-rah rally committee member . . . densey-dark firesides home of Sylvan Jeppesenebut it would have to be since he is house president . . . Roy Taylor tno relation to Gleni took over these duties second semester . . . Bruce F aull is an outstanding member of this group . . . had a snowball fight With 15 Idaho Club girls but didn't consider their victory a big thing because there were 50 of them. . The whole crowd. Baer, William, Nyssa, Oregon Brammer, Harold, Cameron Burkhardt, Howard, Tacoma Byrne, Alfred, Grangeville Callen, David, Jerome Carson, Dudley, Bliss Craig, Eugene! Jerome Darnall, Glenn, New Plymouth Faull, Bruce, Gardena Flory, Gary, Culdesac Fulton, James, Worley Graves, James, Portland, Oregon Hansen, Richard, Winchester Hardin, Robert, Paul Holland, John, Basin, Wyoming Hopper, Joseph, Twin Springs Iohnstone, Dale, Jerome Kavanaugh, Joseph, Lewiston King, Ray, Castleford Largent. Harold, Sandpoint Lesher, John, Burley Matthews, Ralph, Boise Miller, Donald, Townsend, Washington Miller, John, Wallace Mochel, Alvon, Craigmont Moldenhauer, Edward, Heyburn Morrison, Frank, Murtaugh Morrison, Walter, Murtaugh Nicholson, Gilbert Twin Falls Niswander, Calvin, Emmett Norris, Basil, Buhl Olson, Raymond, Eastport Pabst, Richard, Gifford Parkins, Leroy, Marsing Peterson, Clarence, Nampa Peterson, Clinton, Winchester Pettijohn, Robert, Melba Rappaport, Lawrence, Brooklyn, N.Y. Rathbun, Willard! Buhl Rogers, Norman, Winchester Rowberry, Edwin, Shelley Salo, Elmer, Mullan Saunders, Orrin, Harpster Sharp, Allen! Payette Sharp, Eugene! Spokane, Washington Sperry, Donald, Caldwell Steams, James! Payette Stearns, Philip, Fayette Stephens, Robertl Winchester Styner, Wendell, Paul Taylor, Roy, American Falls Thayer, Averill, Hagerman Truesdell, Alan, Mullan Truesdell, Warren, Mullan Vanbuskirk, Edward, Nampa Williams, Richard, Sandpoint Zach, Eugene, Buhl 6hri5mm4 119111 Hallowe'en Hop . . Home away from home for 107 hardworking, energetic men . . . named for Brigadier General Edward R. Chrisman, IdahohmiliTary greaT . . . one of The mosT active independenT organizations of The campus . . . biggest campus wheel at Chrisman, house PresidenT John Reid doubled as execuTive board member . . . piles of pine cones and fir boughs sTacked To The ceiling in some rooms . . . noT squirrel nests . . rooms of The ToresTers, Who make up quite a share of Chrisman residenTs . . . among Them Jim MaTTox, Xi Sigma Pi . . . aThleTes include Carl Kiilsgaard, football sTar . Terry Gunnels, basketballer . . . Vandal slugger Dorsel McClure . . . universiTy publications provided jobs for Bob Finlayson, arT ediTor of BloT and Gem . . . Jim Spoerhase found Time To grind ouT copy and headlines for The Arg . . and, some said, To carry a loT of weight on The campus . as in pasT years The "dungeon" in The basemenT was full of convchs as The Spinster Skip rolled around . . . only upon completion of a deTailed questionnaire by The girl was The HconvicT" released To her custody for The day . . . The annual Hallowe'en dance . . . HGarden of Rainbows" spring formal . . . a mulTiTude of firesides and exchanges kepT up The hall's reputation as one of The most active on The campus . . . The public address sysTem didnTT carry a KUOI broadcasT . . . and played cowboy music aT 6:15 every morning. . Looks interesting, doesn'T it? . maul LL, +Wj Bahr, Vernon, Weiser Baker, James, Grimes Barnes, Robert, Elmhurst, Illinois Batt, James, Wilder Batt, Philip, Wilder Beckman, Fred, Emmett Bell, James, Burley Benjamin, Dale, Forest Benjamin, Glen, Winchester Benjamin, Ray, Forest Benson, Ralph, Caldwell Bideganeta, John, Mountain Home Blair, Dean, Buhl Bohna, Charles! Boise Bolton, William, Dietrich Boyce, Elvin, Weiser Briggs, Lane, Great Falls, Montana Brown, Ellsworth, Cheney, Wash. Buck, Donald, Emmett Christianson, Charles, Blackfoot Cochrane, Byron, Cambridge Comstock, Don, Palouse, Washington Comstock, Gerald, Palouse, Wash. Caswell, William, Seattle, Wash. Curtis, Thomas, Montour Dedrick, Keith, Gooding Doner, Glen, Wilder Dunson, Lewis, Spokane, Washington Erramouspe, Albert, Malad Eyrickl Joseph, Potlatch Feely, Iohn, Coeur d'Alene Finlayson, Robert, Soda Springs Fredericksen, John, Banners Ferry Garrett, Robert, Wilder Graham, Guy, Siloam Springs, Ark. Grandlund, Harold, Troy Herzinger, Norman, Buhl Horch, Alfred, Spokane, Washington Holen, Norman, Poplar, Montana Huhtala, Oiva, Cabinet Ikeda, John, Bonnets Ferry Iacobsen, Donald, Jerome Jensen, Stanley, Blackfoot Judd, Harry, Greer Klink, Gerald, Burley Kious, Wayne, Oakland, California Komoto, Bill, Sumner, Washington Lind, Kenneth, Burley McClure, Dorsel, Arco Marshall, Kenneth, Nampa Matfox, James, Grangeville Mayer, Roy, Potlatch Michaels, Emil, Mullan Moulton, Robert, Homedale Mowery, Gene, Noches, Washington Ness, Elmer, Coeur d'Alene Olsen, Fred, Dietrich Parker, Donald, Mullan Pitcher, Eugene, Sandpoinf Redford, George, Rupert Reid; John, West Liberty, Iowa Richardson, Charles, St. Maries Roberts, Orville, Donnelly Robinson, Kenneth, Sandpoint Scarcello, Angelo, Rathdrum Schaffner, Donald, Downers Grove, Illinois Schmid, William, New Plymouth Skinner, William, Lewiston Spoerhase, James, Spokane! Washington Spooner, James, Spirit Lake Stratton, Merle, Worley Sutton, Dwight, Caldwell Sutton, Ladd, Caldwell Thiel, Daren, Boise Thome, Mark, Oroville, Washington. Toevs, Gordon, Aberdeen Vincent, Roger, Filer Walk, Howard, Lewiston Walker, Donald, Parma Wilhelm, Vernon, Coeur d'Alene Yurchenco, Valentine, Bridgeport, Conn. $indley jifall After separating the Hwheels" from the cogs during their tirst year of post-war activity, Lindley Hall men returned to the campus to take an active part in college activities . . . Dick Boren, president in the fall of '46, was reelected to the post . . . assisted by officers Walt F012, Ed Aschen- brener, Paul Rigtrup . . . fall sports enthusiasts . . . no tmural cups, but plenty of enjoyed skinned shins and sore muscles . . . at the Hallowe'en party, KLHethe hall's own radio station - broadcast corny commercials by corny disk jockeys . . . at Christmas, Calvin Morrison directed proceedings as Lindley's dining hall had its face lifted for HA Night to Remember" . . . remembered highlights of a previous year . . . a bistro fireside in honor of the demise of that famous institution . . . pin-up girls, beer kegs, sing- ing waiters furnished the atmosphere . . . occupied by ASTP's during the war . . . some of the Army pin-ups remained . . . orders of the day were no longer signed by the adjutant . . . but by the house president . . r. open dorm windows lead to fire escapes down the front of the build- ing . . . Arg night editor Lee Bath studied in Lindley's rooms to make a 3.5 . . . always a strong political group . . and often joking With their Greek neighbors . . . never bothered by odors from science building . . . always a bull session . . . always a good time. . C Walnut!"- A new game and perhaps a good hand . . . Dinner at Lindley. Aschenbrener. Edward, Nampa Asker, Oliver, Grangeville Barton, Milton, Kooskia Bath, Lee, American Falls Baumgarner, Dale, Gooding Beard, Wayne! Eagle Bennett, Aarl, Carey Bermensolo, Claudio, Mountain Home Bitter, Ralph, Worley Bloomsburg, Joseph, Worley Benin, Pete, Hailey Briggs, Kenneth, Murtaugh Brighton, Don, Mackay Bruins, Franklin, Boise Bruins, Hubert, Boise Clegg, Joseph, Grace Cone, Elden, Bonners Ferry Couch, Iay, Coeur d'Alene Cutler, John, Boise Dalva, Harry, Priest River Davis, Clifford, Blackfoot Dean, Lee, Hollister Deeds, Howard, Richiield DePartee, James, Buhl Dodge, George, Nampa Driver, William, Joplin, Missouri Ellis, Donald, Kooskia Ellis, Evan, Kooskia Faber, Harold, Wallace Folkins, Dan, Worley Foster, Robert, Moclips, Washington Gochnour, Clyde, Burley Hanson, Wendell, Preston Harness, Alvin, Fairfield Harp, Walter, Lewiston Hayes, Paul, Hayden Lake Hillman, Russell, VDriggs Hollingworth, William, Cascade Hunter! Jay, Rupert Hussey, Basil, Pocatello Johnson, Arnold. Twin Falls Johnson, Benjamin, Indian Valley Johnson, Warren, Indian Valley Jones, John, Hagerman Jordan, Everett, Weippe Keefer, Keith, Idaho Falls Kerr, Thomas, Preston Lapray. Donald, Filer Laughlin, Dean, Ririe Lind, William, Kendrick Lisle, Emmett, Parma Lloyd! Richard, Lewiston Lord, Charles, Fairfield Marriott, Merle E. Jr., Conda Martin, Donald Ir., Butte, Montana MCMaster, Galen, Hansen Miller, Donald, Weiser Mink, Edward, Weiser Mizer, William, Nezperce Moore, Frank, Bellevue Mueggler, Walter Ir., Caldwell Neel, Robert, Orlando, Florida Nesbitt, John F., Ola Parker, Ted, Moscow Poulson, Iackman, Aberdeen Peck, Ronald, Carey Pettygrove, Robert, Hansen Phillips, Edgar M., Kooskia Remsberg, Homer D., Caldwell Rigby, Thomas, Idaho Falls Rigtrup, R. Paul, Burley Rinard, John, Greenleaf Ritchey, Maurice, Idaho Falls Sacht, William, Clarksfork Saulie, Grant, Buhl Sletager, Clyde, Samuels Suchan, Harold, Buhl Sutton, Arthur, Weiser Swanson, Herbert, Idaho Falls Swendig, Joe, St. Maries Symmes, Whitman, Kellogg Tate, James, Sandpoint Taysom, Wayne, Rockland Terwilleger, Guy, Boise Thacker, Dale, Paul Thacker, David, Paul Thomas, Stanley, Nezperce Tipton, Frank, Spokane, Washington Tisdale, Dean, Twin Falls Walbrecht, Miles, Gooding Walkington, William, Hazelton Weeks, David, Burley Westbrook, Russell, Marsing Winston, Dale, Boise Woodland, William, Arimo Dummitt, Harold, Gooding Delta 6711' The Idaho chapter of Delta Chi . . . founded in 1924 . . . the chapter house, fashioned in English Colonial design . a familiar sight to students and alums When walking 1 down HHello Walk" from the Ad building . . . national 77 ' Delta Chi founded at Cornell University October 13, 1890 ; 92X - ,, ,1 - . . . membership was limited to men pursuing the Hlawless 9 ngy - 4 science of the law" . . . after World War 1, no limitations were made upon its members' courses of study . . . became dormant and closed its doors for a period during World War 11 . . . returning veterans opened the house in Janu- ary, 1945 . . . eighty members and pledges attend school today . . . Delta Chi notables: Don Evans, junior class presi- dent, student activity board chairman . . . Paul Wetter, Ag Club president, Blue Key, house manager . . . Bruce Campbell, Vice-president of Sigma Gamma Epsilon . Sigma Delta President Pat King . . . Ed Buoy, house prexy and football tackle . . . Russ Moffett, varsity football quar- terback . . . Del Klaus, Argonaut advertising manager . . . four dances head the 11st of fraternity social life . . . pledge dance early in the fall . . . in mid-December the skull and crossbones of the Jolly Roger are raised and the annual, bloodless Pirate Dance is ce1ebrated . . . initiation dance . . spring formal . . . De1ta Chi . . . respected and honored . . . now and in future alum years. A Delta Chi fireside . . . Delta Chi fellows. Androes, Gaylord, Emmett Barr, Richard, Hailey Black, Richard, St. Maries Bradford, Glen, Hailey Brown, Raymond, Shoshone Boehm, Raymond, Bonners Ferry Burklund, Vernon, Deary Campbell, George, Grangeville Cash, Guy, Nez Perce Christianson, Clair, Sandpoint Contor, Keith, Idaho Falls Eaton, Clarence, Wendell Ellis, Keith, Ogden, Utah Emerson, William, Genesee Erickson, Ernest, Troy Evans, Donald, New Plymouth Garber, John, Pittsburg, Pennsylvania Galdos, Tony, Emmett Gaylord, Frank, Rose Lake Gaylord, George, Rose Lake Gerber, Harold, Twin Falls Greef, Edward, Sandpoint Grieser, Edgar, Moscow Harding, Merwin, Nezperce Johnston, Clarence, Moscow Keating, Warren, Coeur d'Alene Kinsey, Henry, Shoshone Klaus, Delbert, Deepcreek, Washington Luther, Martin, Placerville, California Mackey, William, Naples Moffett, Russell, Smithfield, Utah Morache, Mortel, Emmett Neumayer, George, Bonners Ferry Newell, Robert, Ola O'Connell, Daniel, Potlatch Ogle, William, Midvale Pederson, Eugene, Genesee Pohlod, Wallace, Moscow Spencer, Robert, Coeur d'Alene Stimpson, Oscar, Shoshone Walter, Donald, Anderson Dam Werry, Elwood, Shoshone Werry, Sidney, Hailey Westervelt, Donald, New Meadows Wetter, Paul, Plummer Whiteman, Donald, Cambridge Della 27ml Delta Not the oldest . . . nor the largest of Greek letter fraternities . . . conservative . . . determined to be satisfied with nothing but the best . . . founded at Bethany Col1ege, Virginia, in 1858 . . . now boasts 75 chapters . . . Delta Mu established 1931 . . . English style house . . . loop drive . . . shadowed by ancient Morrill Hall . . . winners of homecoming prizes for best float, best house decorations . . . a huge crepe paper vandal ship and an equally large phonograph rec- ord proved to be right combinations . . . a Duchess of Delta Tau contest was added to the annual Russian ball . . . dates come to the traditional affair dressed as peasants and nobility of the Imperial Russian period . . . Delts claim no connection with present Russian government . . . one of the longest dances on the campus . . . begins at noon . . . ends at midnight . . . pledge dance . . . initiation dance . . . spring formal . . . feud With the Pi Phis over the women's Hhot seat" . . . a spring picnic-on and in one of North Idaho's lakes . . . mutual tubbings with Sigma Chis of the other groups president and house manager . . . always near the top in scholarship . . . houses several outstanding activity men . . . Blot editor Maurice Paulsen . . . Yell leader Rolland Tipsword . . . Bob Dahlstrom, ASUI executive board . . . Iohn Morley . . . John Christensen. Bearded Delis . . . Preparation for Homecoming. Alldaffer, Marvin, Burley Aman, Ardell, Nampa Armstrong, Ervin, Lapwai Baum, Russell, Ashton Behrman, Henry, Parma Blei, Truman, Murtaugh Boyle, Louis, Idaho Falls Boyle, Richard, Idaho Falls Briggs, William, Boise Compton, Gene, Idaho Falls Day, Patrick, Boise Faylor, Lloyd, Nampa Feldhusen, John, Kimberly Francis, Merlin, Banks Gardner, Harvey, Cascade Hasbrouck, John, Cascade Hattrup, Gerald, Portland, Oregon Ingalls, James, Coeur d'Alene Iain, Walter, Lapwai Julian, Gordon, Idaho Falls Kirk, William, McCall Kerbyl William, Cascade Lau, Grant, Soda Springs Leaf, Acel, Lakefork Lepak, Joseph, Weiser Maule, David, Fayette Michael, Charles, Fayette Morley, Iohn, Idaho Falls Neilson, Andrew! Kuna Olin, Glen, Culdesac Paulsen, Maurice, Sioux Falls, South Dakota Rowberry, William, Payette Saari, Mauno, McCall Slifka, Elden, Cascade South, George, McCall Sterner, Adson, Coeur d'Alene Stone! Ivan, Twin Falls Tipsword, Rolland, Beecher City, Illinois Urban, Charles, Kimberly Van Engelen, Frederick, Twin Falls Ward, Rolland, Boise Wheeler, Robert, Mountain Home Wicher, Daniel, Glenns Ferry Wilson, Peter, Culdesac Young, Grant, Idaho Falls Kappa Sigma One of the friendly get-togethers . . Kappa Sigma. . . . founded at the University of Virginia in 1869 . . . the local Gamma Theta chapter established in 1905 . . . first national fraternity on the Idaho campus . . . this year members and pledges re-landscaped their many- pillared mansion . . . big events on the social calendar are the twelve-to-midnight December house party and a spring formal in May ta little wet this year, we hear telD . . . resid- ing here are Sumner Johnson, Blue Key member . . . Wil- lard Beitz, grid star . . . Ted McFaul, new football captain . . also both HI" Club Prexy John Bailey and IK Duke Bill Sweet can be found resting on the front steps of Hhome" . . . house boasts strong intramural teams . . . spring finds enthusiastic men pitching horseshoes on the convenient "southerly" vacant lot ; . . noted for quiet, dark firesides . . . Wilbur King, Sigma Tau . . . Jack Taylor, Gem sports editor, usually found With his "fire engine" . . . ttHe prom- ised to meet her that evening at ten, He rushed up to greet her and what happened then? Why, mister, he kissed her, the finest kiss by far, And now she is wearing the crescent and the star." . When Friday afternoon rolls around. Adams, Willard 11"., Rigby Barber, James In, Moscow Beach, John, Boise Bemis, Robert, St. Maries Blanton, Charles, Nampa Bliss, Frederick, Ordnance, Oregon Bray, Hugh, Nampa Bybee, Edward, Nampa Cameron, William, Challis Camm, Gilbert, Coeur d'Alene Coshol Louis, Boise Creason, Charles, Rupert Crockett, James, Fargo, North Dakota Elliott, Jack, Nampa Ellis, John, Washington, DC. Foster, Allan, Spokane, Washington Foster, Gordon, Spokane, Washington Glaves, Max, Ontario, Oregon Goble, George, Eagle Grider, Rodney, Boise Hardin, Bill, Palo Alto, California Harper, Donald, Boise Hoffbuhr, Walter, Klamath Falls, Ore. Johnson, Sumner, Nampa Jordan, Richard, Boise King, Wilbur, Heyburn Lane, James, Shelley Lantor, Irving, Renton, Washington Matthews, William, Moscow McFaul, Edmund, Ione, Washington Miller, Thomas, Coronado, California Neal, James, Boise Nelson, John, Boise Numbers, John, McCall Peterson, Floyd, Moscow Power, James, LaMesa, California Radford, Raymond, St. Maries Reich, Fred, Arco Samms, Herbert, Moscow Stivers, Harold, Boise Sweet, William, Meridian Taylor, Jack, Idaho Falls Ulmer, David, McCall Walker, Ross, St. Maries Wilcomb, Richard, St Maries Wimer, Glenn, Burke The LDS House . . . alias che Convent" . . . outstanding in scholarship . . . weH-rounded in activities and social func- tions . . . among thirty members . . . Walt Smith, ASUI president and member of Phi Mu Alpha, ttI" Club, Kappa Delta Pi, and Silver Lance . . . Bruce Stucki, sophomore class treasurer and an ardent worker in dramatics . . . Robert Hedelius, Phi Eta Sigma member . . . highlights on social calendar included: fall barn dance, annual Christ- mas party . . . other prominent activity men: Carl Neiwirth, Blue Key worker, also wielded gavel at Alpha Zeta meet- ings . . . Johnny Grimmett presided over house meetings during first semester and was active in Phi Mu Alpha . . . Rex ZoBell, elected to membership in Xi Sigma Pi Harold Forbush, Phi Alpha Delta . . . Darrell Gallup, mem- ber of Alpha Zeta . . . Dick Geisler contributed strong sup- port to the varsity basketball squad . . . active in other campus activities, they maintained a strong intramural team . . . held exchanges . . . fought in friendly snow-combats . . . elected a sweetheart of LDS at annual spring formal . . . held firesides on free week-ends . . . dreamy atmosphere with soft lights and mellow rhythms. Relaxing . . . Any special reason for the smiles, fellows? Anderson, Marion, Idaho Falls Bush, Milan, Malad Crane, Ralph, Montpelier Cross, Ralph, Soda Springs Gallup, Darrell, Rigby Geisler, Blair, Rigby Geisler. Dick, Rigby Gessel, Verl, Opportunity, Washington Grimmett, John, Paris Hall, Zane, Eigby Hedelius, Robert, Rexburg Hirschi, Gene, Shelley Hess, Garth, Montpelier McKay! John, Kellogg McKay, Tony. Kellogg McQueen, Irel, Preston Mortensen, Max, Rexburg Neiwirth, Carl, Rexburg Ostler, Gary, Sugar City Parker, Donald, Ovid Rasmussen, Lawrence, New Plymouth Reading, Max, Ririe Rice, Everett, Declo Smart, Ross, Paris Smith, Walter, Glens Falls, N.Y. Stucki, Bruce, Paris Wynn, Val Dean, Preston ZoBell, Rex, Roman, Montana Plli Dalia 371ml Basking in the 'sun . . Phi Delta Theta . . . known as the house with the blue door . . clangiest victory bell on the campus tcan be heard for 22 miles on a clear dayt . . . spring brings the Miami Triad with Betas and Sigma Chis in commemoration of the found- ing of all three at Miami University . . . Idaho chapter was established in 1908 . . . Grano, Dinnison, and Menge are members of Blue Key . . . every four years a "Story Book Ball" is held . . . varsity gridders include Overgaard, Ham- mond, and Barnes . . . pledges defeated Beta frosh in annual touch tbut not too harcD football game . . . Grano represents the blue and white on the maple court . . . tra- ditional snowball tight with the Betas . . . Dick Peterson's role in ttUncle Tom's Cabin" was the delight of the second act . . . held initiation dance in March . . . Marks, LeDuc, and Edwards were responsible for getting the cup for box- ing . . . Dean Dinnison was president . . . his Haides-de- camp" included Jack Menge, Emmanuel Marks, Joe Dris- coll . . . spring formal . . . firesides . . . Chuck Owens was chosen as one of Idaho's competitors for the Rhodes scholarship . . . Menge, forensic star, debated against the team from Oxford, England . . . annual HWinter-Wonder- land" dance held before Christmas tcould have been held in April this yeart . . . uPhi Delta Theta will always be true." . The bell gets a new look. Ames, William, Huron, South Dakota Anno, Robert, Wallace Ascuaga, John, Caldwell Bales, John, Caldwell Barnett, Marcus, Lewiston Bedwell, Stuart! Los Angeles. California Brown, Darrell, Smelterville Call, Dwight, Moscow Call, Max, Moscow Carter, Gerald, Moscow Chamberlain, Bartlett, Coeur d'Alene Churchill, Harry, Smelterville Cornwall. Gene, Moscow Dinnison, Arthur, Orofino Dinnison, Burton, Orofino Dowling, Howard, Hamilton, Montana Driscoll, James, Moscow Driscoll, Walter, Moscow Edwards, William, Wallace Eimers, Gilbert, Grangeville Faber, Robert, Wallace Follett, George, Genesee Galey, Frank, Boise Geno, Jay, Moscow Grimm, Edwin, Lewiston Hays, William, Boise Helmsworth, William, Moscow Homing, Charles, Wallace Hudson, Dewey, Twin Falls Jausoro, Tony, Nampa Kaylet, John, Peck Kelly, Eugene, Gooding Kelly! William, Gooding Kettenbach, Frank, Calgary, Canada King, Donald, San Jose, California Klason, James, Coeur d'Alene- Lewis, Theodore, Twin Falls McGough, Frank, Moscow Marks, Emanuel, Spokane, Washington Marks, Nathan, Spokane, Washington Mayes, Harold! Kellogg Menge, John, Milwaukee, Wisconsin Mickey, Donald, Moscow Miller, James, Lewiston Nelson, Dale, Moscow Nelson, Richard, Spokane, Washington Nixon, Harvey, Moscow Odberg, Ellis, Lewiston Packenham, Arthur, Moscow Papineau, Donald, Moscow Pearce. James, Wallace Peterson; James, Idaho Falls Peterson, Richard, Idaho Falls Riddle, Arthur, Boise Scott, Richard, Moscow Snow, Gerald, Moscow Sundeen, John, Bonners Ferry Sweet, Richard, Twin Falls Walker, Robert, Hayden Lake Westover, Richard, Moscow Weigele, Kenneth, Moscow Wilkins, Thomas, Caldwell Phi gamma Dalia HA snug little nook by the fireside, an easy Chair; an hour spent With brothers Fiji in smoke-wreathed air" . . . the timbered mantel above the roaring fire . . . a brother leans forward to light his pipe . . . an air of contentment settles over the group . . . Heach moment will find you more certain that love or war will quickly be crowned with suc- cess through the use of these great plans that are" silent row of trophies softly gleam in the tirelight . . . in the deep shadows above the fireplace, caravels of old sail majestically over a misty sea . . . tiKeep that white. star shining down the purple way" . . . another year of tradi- tion and attainment . . . the swish of grass skirts and leis . . . kept hidden till the last . . . the flag p01 equnique among living groups . . . H600" mail reaches here with no further address . . . intellectuals-scholarship awards for past three years . . . socially originaleminiature loving cups as formal favors . . . trudge to Sig Ep house in Pullman for dinner as aftermath of annual Idaho-WSC grid wager . . . bridge games on the patio . . . warm hours on the steps watching coeds go to class . . . memories of politics, dates, cram ses- sions and jam sessions come crowding through the smoke . . . the two carved owls flanking the hearth brood silently down . . . the fire wanes . . . ualight up your pipe and then Back to your thoughts come the Fijis again." Fiji . . . They say it's song practice. Atwood, Alan, Lewiston Atwood, Richard, Lewiston Babin, James, Wallace Barnes, Harold, Blackfoot Barrus, Neil, Blackfoot Barrus, Ruell Blackfoot Blackburn, Donald, Bonners Ferry Brough, Lowell, Salmon Brown, Pat, Idaho Falls Burggraf, Mark, Idaho Falls ChlldS, Richard, Boise Chnstensen, Robert, Idaho Falls Conley, Donald, Wallace Dallmg, Paul, Rexburg Denmanv George, Boxse Drenker George, Thornwood. N Y Erickson, Kenneth Springfield, Massachusetts Farrell, Robert, Boise Freiermuth, Leo, Parma Garlock, Richard, Portland, Oregon Gray, Alan, Moscow Griffin, Fred, Boise Harris, Bud, Idaho Falls Hege, Clark, Spokane, Washington Henderson, Wynne, Nezperce Hoffman, Robert. Moscow Humphrey, Arthur, Moscow Humphrey, Burton, Moscow Hungerford, Roger, Moscow Hunter, Donald, Boise Johansen, Jack, Orofino Johnson, Richard, Weiser Kenney, John, Idaho Falls Kimberling, Marvin, Moscow Kramer, Robert, Spokane Washington Larsen, Gordon, Wallace Lea, George, St. Paul, Minnesota Leeper, Donald, Lewiston Leeper, Robert, Lewiston Lemon, Ralph, Moscow Luke, Charles, Moscow Marineau, William, Moscow Maxwell, Alan, Seattle, Washington Mayer, William, Lewision McBride, Thomas, Kellogg McCombs, Alan, Gooding Mitchell, James, Spokane, Washington Newport, Richard, Spokane, Washington O'Conner, James, Culdesac Ogsburyl Donovan, Spokane, Washington Patrick, Richard, Spokane, Washington Pennell, Richard, Nezperce Peterson, Charles, Spokane, Washington Rogers, Vernon, Gooding Rowell, Peter, Moscow Ryan, Edward, Gooding Ryan, Harold, Weiser Saad, Victor, Spokane, Washmgton Smedley, Russell, Burley Smith, Don, Moscow Smith, Kenneth, Moscow Stanley, Allen San Diego California Stewart, Lamar, Blackfoot Sweet, Cyrus, Longview, Washington Taylor. John, Moscow Tudder. Thomas. Lewiston Thomas, Richard, Sandpoini Tobin, Thomas, Idaho Falls Townley, James, Welser True, Cecil Spokane, Washington Watson, Fred, Paul Welch, Dwaine, Emmett thtcomb, Marvin, Lewiston Wood, Dean, Idaho Falls Yocum, Theodore, Moscow 17M kappa 62m Phi Kappa Tau . . . newest fraternity on the Idaho campus . . initial appearance here just this year . . . local chapter is Beta Gamma, the titty-tirst Chapter of the national frater- Mlx x i ' t nity . . . the house received its charter amid pomp and s t ceremony on December 4 . . . Roland Maxwell is national Phi Tau president and he, too, was present that day . . . Harvard red and old gold are their colors . . . Deakin Avenue men have an annual tit will bet spring formal and a founder's day balleheld, of course, on founder's day, March 1'7 . . . president is Joe Gog'enola, Who hails from Jerome in the heart of the beautiful southesouth Idaho, naturally . . . pledge dance held in October and used HPioneer Pledge Dance" as their theme . . . Vaun Boling- broke is the social chairman . . . Wayne Stewart, member of Hell-Divers and swimming teams . . . Elbert Cleaveland hails from Chevy Chase, Maryland the assures us that's the name of a place in existencet . . . Phi Taus sing opti- mistically, Nwe'll meet again in heaven sure, in the name of Phi Kappa Tau." . Mind reading. Abshire, Charles, Buhl Acock, Robert, Rupert Bolingbroke, Vaun, Billings, Montana Brunzell, Bryan, Boise Cleaveland, Bert, Chevy Chase, Md Congdon, Darrell, Sandpoint Larsen, Kenneth, Wallace McMahan, Donald, Council McManaman, Robert, Buhl McNealy, Delbert, Emmett Marshall, James, Lewiston Maxwell, Roger, Sandpoint Moore, Don, Moscow Morrison, Harry, Council Neill, Harold, Boise Prudek, Jake, Buhl Saulie, Theodore, Buhl Seitz. Joe, Omaha, Nebraska Snow! Jack, Burley Stewart, Waynel Buhl Talbot, Glenn, Boise Todd, Gene, Buhl Wilson, Harry, Buhl Witcher, Donald, Billings, Montana Youngbloodl Glen, Council Ping ffall Cisx ,. . '1 V A E t :7 e t ""' .5 .. -i , NE... After the Pl Parade . Pine Hall . . . largest men's living group on the Idaho campus . . . meeting place is the commissary, a successful business enterprise which provides the men with a wide variety of Hextra-curricular" food . . . a call from the Gem ottice brought about the discovery of a fire in the telephone booth tcredit where credit is duet . . . Iack Henricus of the 1emon-colored convertible took over the duties of president from Phil Smith . . . genial Dave Lewis lives here . . . Grant Simons made headlines When he chairmanned the board investigation committee . . . the cafeteria served meals not only to the men of Pine but also to town men and the girls of the Idaho Club . . . Dan Wesierski and Tom Laurent are politicians Who impressed caucus members by serving cold "coke" in the middle of extra-strenuous meetings Charles Clark, sophomore vice-president, calls Pine home, as does Sonnich Sonnichsen, frosh Class officer . . . ttFall- ing Leaves," tall semi-formal dance . . . participated in intramural sports program . . . located conveniently near both WSC and the Idaho campus . . . installed a program for individual life insurance . . . got tired of the question: "has anyone been lost yet?" . . You name it, we've got it. me Ailor, Stewart, Grangeville Alldaffer, Cecil, Burley Allen, Roger, South Portland, Maine Amos, James, Kalamazoo, Michigan Anderson, Carl, Idaho Falls Andrew, Wilbur, Parma Ashby, James, Bruneau Ator, Dallas, Coeur d'Alene Badger, Marvin, Heyburn Baker, James, Grimes Baum, Glenn, Hazelton Bean, William, Wendell Beckman, Clarence, Emmett Bennett, Thomas, Idaho Falls Bielenberg, Leonard, Genesee Bienz, Darrel, Bern Borgen, Donald, Genesee Bright, Robert, Preston Brown, Fred, Kamiah Brown, Thomas, Kendrick Burcham, Ralph Ir., Cleveland, Ohio Bush, Wayne, Malad Calhoun. James, Farmville, Virginia Calvert, John, Butte, Montana Cameronl William, Challis Campbell, Charles, Burley Cane, D. F., Bonners Ferry Carichoft Jack, Valparaiso, Indiana Carney, Raymond, Idaho Falls Chivers, Garth, Challis Churchman, Wilson, Jerome Clark, Charles, Paul Clark, Kenneth, Kellogg Cooper, Donald, Challis Coppinger, Eugene, Ketchum Craner, Lyle, St. Maries Dahle, Donald, Arco Davis, Kenneth, Wilder Davis, Raynold, Muldoon Day, Patrick, Kimberly DeKIotz, Gilbert, Filer Demick, Eli, Salmon WM v Derr, Allen, Clarksfork Dick, Yale, Boise Doupe, Roy, Spokane! Washington Doupe, Troy, Spokane, Washington Doyle, Jack, Spokane, Washington Draper, Kenneth, Fort Hall Dulin, Ralph. Coeur d A1ene Eakin, James, Jerome Eames, Aerial! Preston Eddington, Henry, Sugar Edwards, Stanley, Malad Endicott, Donald, Coeur d'Alene Erlick, Abraham, Bronx, New York Euscher, Mark, Lewiston Fickling, Robert, Sherman, Texas Fothergill, Ralph, Nampa Frank, George 11"., Parma Frederiksen, Kenneth, Kilgore Funkhouser, William, Orlando, Florida Garrard, LaMar, Burley Gibson, Burton, Boise Gidley, Howard, Caldwell Giles, Thomas, Pocatello Goldsberry, Kenneth, Sentinel Butte, ND. Gould, Earl M., Lapwai Gray, Warren, Burke Green, Normand, Downers Grove, Illinois $0 w$ ' Grieb, Donald, Headquarters QM ; V Grubb, John, Swan Valley 1 Hamon, Clark, Caldwell Haroldsen, Norman, Idaho Falls Harris, Reed, Ririe Haugland, George, Brooklyn, New York Haverkamp, Ralph, Roundup, Montana Heer, Leo, Aberdeen Henderson, Joel, Nezperce Henricus, John, San Francisco, California Hill, Ronald E., Boise Ho, Chun Tai, Canton, China Hodgson, Thomas, St. Maries Holton, Norman, Emmett Holyoak, Alan, Burley Horne, Lowell, Burley Horton, G. Richard, Nampa Howard, Donald, Buhl Howard, Robert, Idaho Falls Huff, Robert, Wilder Hunt, William, Kuna Hyde, Rosel, Washington, DC. Hyland, Frederick, Bonners Ferry Jackson, Donald, Idaho Falls Jackson, Gene, Indianapolis, Indiana Iergensen, Keith, St Anthony Jess, Donald, Grandview Johnson, Norman, Twin Falls Johnson, Roger, McCammon Johnston, Harold, Plummer Jones, Edward, Malad Jones, Henry, Bruneau Kane, Charles, Salmon Keithly, Carol, Midvale Kerfoot, Walter, Caldwell Kidwell, Richard, Council Kinney, Carl, Castleford Koethke, Dean, Spirit Lake Kohring, Kent, Bruneau Kugler, James, Livingston, Montana Kunkel, Paul, Amsterdam Kunz, Dale, Bern Lamson, Harry, Fairfield Landers, James. Macy, Indiana Laragan, Marcey, Hagerman Larsen, Ejnar, Odense, Denmark Larson, Rodney, Priest River Laurent, Thomas, Atlanta, Georgia Lawrence, John, Idaho Falls Leach, Wayne, Grangeville Lenker, Burton, Long Beach, California Leonard, Robert, Casper, Wyoming Lewis, Donald, Twin Falls Lewis, Robert, Twin Falls Long, Calvin, Jerome Long, Donald, Harrison Long, Elbert, Kendrick Lundstrom, Lennart, Deary McFadden, Calvin, Nampa McGowan, Verne, Challis McMahon, Robert, Spokane McMaster, Scott, Hansen McMurtrey, Robert, Shelley McQuilIin, John, Brooklyn, New York Malstrom, Leonard, Leslie Martin, Benny, Bruneau Martin, John, Burke Martin, Tommy, Bruneau Miller, Donald, San Francisco, California Mills, Donald, Nampa Morrison, Melvin, Port Orchard, Washington Morton, Charles, Salmon Moulton, Robert, Homedale Newell, Earl, Laurene, Iowa Nicholas, Ronald, Malad Nowak, Theo, Los Angeles, California Oliason, Kenneth, Meridian Olsen, Lorenzo, Weston Orme, Robert, St. Anthony Palmer, Albert, Boise Palmer, Lavon, Grandview Parsell, Richard, Kooskia Paulus, Robert, Idaho Falls Payne, Charles, Springfield, Oregon Peterson, Neil, Bonners Ferry Pfeiffer, Frank, Challis Pharris, Carl, Hazelton Powell, George, Radford, Grant, Preston Reynolds, Jack, Weise Rieman, Keith, Twin Falls Robison, Gaylord, Rexburg Rockwood, Jerry, Iona Rose, William, Florence, Alabama Rosenthal, John, West Allis, Wisconsin Routh, Elmer, Lamar, Colorado Sabin, Lloyd, Wilder Schrank, Douglas, Twin Falls Searle, Karl, Shelley Shorthouse, Wilber, Castleford Simmons, Norman, Kamiah Simmons, Richard, Hazelton Smith, E. H., Phillip, Boise Smith, Theron, Challis Sonnichsen, Sonnich, Jerome Spencer, Lawrence, Paris Spicer, Lloyd, Harrison Spink, John, Nampa Steger, Herman, Meridian Stevenson, Willard, Caldwell Stout, Jay, Burley Stranahan, Jerome, St. Paul, Minnesota Sutton, Ward, Midvale Swarner, Dale, Wendell Terrill, Robert, Blackfoot Thompson, Charles, Orofino Thompson, Darwin, Victor Tilley, Norman, Hansen Tindall, James, Grasmere Turnbull, Robert, Shoshone Van Epps, Burton, Nampa Vollrath, Robert, Soap Lake, Washington Walkington, James, Hazelton Ward, Leslie, Jerome Webb, Arlen, Weiser Weppler, W. B., St. Maries Wesierski, Daniel, Milwaukee, Wisconsin Wesierski, Thomas, Milwaukee, Wisconsin Wessel, Edgar, Roy, Utah White, John, Shoshone Widner, Verne, Midvale Wilkins, Emmett, Moscow Williams, George, Twin Falls Williams, Lynn, Boise Williamson, Michael, Jersey City, New Jersey Wills, Donald, Auburn, Massachusetts Anderson, Carl Dewey, Norman Howard, Harry 'VKane, Charles Morton, Howard Simmons, William Douglas Doyle, Jack Hunt, Paul Loofbourrow, Donald Noble, Grant Steiger, Robert McWilliams, Lawrence Benedict, Clinton Farmer, Fred Johnson, Harold Mackay, Thomas O'Leary, Daniel Vollrath, Robert Wing, Jack Crouch, Robert Heap, Lloyd Johnson, Philip Morgan, Robert Shelton, Richard Williams, Edgar TMA . . . organization of the town men . . . founded in 1925 for just political purposes but politics take a back seat now to the social activities . . . this is the primary object for TMA . . . enterprising Lindley Ha11 man was the founder . . . only national fraternity ever organized on the Idaho cam- pus . . . chapters were formed at Whitman, Lewiston Nor- mal, and Washington State . . . national conventions are held at Idaho . . . original sponsors for the Turkey Hop, then the Artist's and Model's Ba11-which was the annual event until 1941 . . . a11 chapters were closed during the war . . . reopened in 1946 under the leadership of Jack Wing . . . membership rose to 95 members in this one year . . . rejoice over inclusion of rooms for their organiza- tion in the new student union building plans . . . exchange dances . . . Bernard Schmidt is the roundest of the wheels and he heads the organization . . . hay-ride . . . politicians are Lonnie Williams and Benedict Arno1d . . . Leo Winegar 0'10 relation to Vinegari is social chairman . . . skating party held at Robinson Lake with or without ice . . . fire- sides are held at the Legion building . . . also dances . . . participate in intramural sports. All present and accounted for. Sigma Alplm Epsilm Note the automobile . On the southeast edge of the campus . . . at the corner of Deakin and Sweet . . . red brick home of the SAE'S . . . the spacious front lawn . . . scene of tubbings tor the romantic . snow fights for the belligerent . . . a new victory bell on the root . . . steel girders . . . Dad's Day cup Winners . . . intramural swim champs . . . honorable mention for Home- coming float . . . the Bowery Ball . . . a gay '90's costume party . . . a freshman queen, Shirley Perrigo, crowned at the pledge dance . . . spring format. . . Halloween party With the Kappas . . . Theta snow fight . . . Pi Phi softball game . . . DG picnic exchange . . . Violet corsages to sorority initiates . . . Bruce Hanson, executive board mem- ber . . . Ted Cady, KUOI station manager and last year's Argonaut man of the year . . . Dad's Day chairman Joe Shinn . . . baritone John Hans, Vandaleers' president . . . Don Robertson, Gem photo editor . . . Ray Stommel, Inter- traternity Council secretary . . . and co-owner With Shinn of the house's 1921 Packard touring car . . . John Cosho wields the Chess Club gavel . . . musicians . . . Alpha Zeta Elmo Davis . . . high on honor rolls are Jim Huff, Jim Mann, Jim Leeper, I 1m Haynes, Fred Latham . . . King Block played football . . . and five swim tor the Vandals . . . golfer Frank McGinnis . . . Heviolet, emblem of fraternity." . . The head men at the SAE house. Anderson, Dale, Weiser Barbee, Chase, Caldwell Benjamin, Dale, Coeur CYAIene Brockie, James, Rupert Cady, Ted, Moscow Campbell, Dave, New Meadows Chastain, Ross, Boise Conine, Wallace, Preston Cosho, John, Boise Cottrell, Harold, Pocatello Davis, Elmo, Sweetwater Day, Rex, New Meadows Edmark, David, Nampa Edmark, Thomas, Nampa Frandsen, Edward, Coeur d'Alene Gardner, Dan, Coeur d'Alene Griff, Arthur, Twin Falls Hammond, Dale, Pocatello Hanson, Bruce, Nampa Harris, John, San Carlos, California Hill, James, Coeur d'Alene Huff, James, Moscow Hveem, Frank, Southbury, Connecticut Johnson, James, Coeur d'Alene Johnson, Monte, Boise Knudtsen, Wayne, Coeur d'Alene Lacy, Jack, Dallas, Texas LaFolIette, Charles, Moscow LaGrone, James, Highland Park, Michigan Latham, Fred, Twin Falls Leeper, James, Boise Loomis, Maurice, Meadows Lyon, Calvin, Kamiah Magden, Ronald, Boise Magden, Roy, Boise Mann, James, Jerome Mather, Frank, Boise McKinney, Charles, Hillsboro, Oregon Michel, Eugene, Plummer Miller, Earl, Emmett Minor, Bradley, Idaho Falls Norman, Sigvald, Coeur d'Alene Pearson, Zulinden, Nampa Reed, Lloyd, Filer Robertson, Donald, Nampa Ross, Guy, New Meadows Shaver, William, Moscow Shinn, Joseph, Twin Falls Skinner, George, Emmett St. Clair, Bernard, Pendleton, Oregon Stevenson, Gerald, Espanola, Washington Stommel, Raymond, Boise Swanson, Robert, Pocatello Thomas, Charles, Portland, Oregon Ward, Perry, Marion, NC. Wilkinson, Eddie, Idaho Falls Wilson, Kent, Moscow Winkle, William, Filer Sigma 6M Overflowing the house on Idaho street . . . established at Idaho in 1924 . . . boasts as charter members University President Jesse Buchanan and Registrar D. D. DuSault . . . a three-week sweetheart search ended with a formal din- ner, a format dance and the choice of Alpha Phi pledge Pat Nelson as sweetheart . . . snow fights with the Alpha Chi pledges . . . elevation of the Kappa benches to the Sigma Chi roof . . . the sign said, HThe Kappas may be lovely wenches, but look up here, we have their benches!" . in the spring a mutual party with the Phi Belts and Betas . . . and another with WSC Sigs . . . pledge barn dance at Troy . . . pledges are awed by the list of activities of Silver Lance member Bill Campbell and wheels Boyd Hanson and Jack Furey . . . at the house with the pastel living room could be found duck hunters . . . house builders Joachim, Lothrop and company who built a house on Circle Drive . . . monotones . . . Blue Key member Chuck Ohms . . . a perpetual bridge game . . . track star Dick Armstrong . . . republicans . . . Les Lash, engineer with musical talent . skiers . . . Lein . . . Gem associate editor Phil Schnell . . and staff heads Bill Hanson and Howard Reinhardt . . . A1 Denman, who earned three Idaho letters . . . the scholar- ship trophy . . . and someone singing HOf all the ones that near perfection, Sigma Chi is my selection." A lot of fun for the sweetheart candidates . . . Locked up. ummwmawum Akers, Dwight, Palo Alto, California Anderson, Le Roy, Spokane, Washington Ashby, Raoul, Moscow Ashby, Roger, Moscow Bagley, Fred, Boise Beeson, Leroy, Spokane, Washington Brown, Dean, San Mateo, California Cannon, Joseph, Salmon Churchill, Winston, Gooding Conley. Vincent, Kellogg Copenhaverl Howard, Emmett Cothem, John, Buhl Denman, Alvin, Idaho Falls DePalmo, Leroy, Rupert Dion, Joseph, Emmett Dimick, Dean, Montpelier Field, Richard, Boise Frazier, George, Beardstownl Illinois Haas, George, Lewiston Hansen, Boyd, Moscow Hansen, Orval, Idaho Falls Hansen, Reed, Idaho Falls Hansen, William, Moscow Hopkins, Bryan, Lewiston Johnson, Warren, Kellogg Kersey, Samuel, St. Maries Koelsch, William, Boise Kovich, George, St. Maries LaFrenz, Ion, Coeur d'Alene Lash! Leslie, Sioux City, Iowa Lasswell, William, Spokane, Washington Lein, John, Spokane, Washington Lenander, Dean, Wardner McFrederick, Jack, Salmon McKevitt, Richard, Spokane, Washington Murphy, Bates, Boise Ohms, Richard, Payette Pease, James, Boise Pendrey, Herbert, Montpelier Pratt, Francis, Boise Redfield, Dale, Idaho Falls Reinhardt, Howard, Lewiston Reinhardt, James, Lewiston Remaklus, Lawrence, Boise Robinette, Jack, Boise Rohay, Charles, Glenns Ferry Schiferl, Charles, Boise Schnell, Philip, Moscow Scott, Lee, Holly Hill, Florida Smith, Donald, Moscow Storey, Charles, Spokane, Washington Strom, Robert, Kellogg Taylorl Gordon, Boise Toevs, Richard, Ephrata, Washington Thoman, Philip, Twin Falls Turner, Richard, Spokane, Washington Williams, Lewis, Boise Wright, Ward, Spokane, Washington HThe white star of Sigma N Lie" . . . Delta Omicron Chapter established here on May 22, 1915 . . . they gained perma- nent possession of the large intramural trophy which must be won for three consecutive years . . . prominent athletes from this house include Bill Williams, Jerry Diehl, and Jack Dana on the gridiron; Jack Rainey and John Evans on the 1" . , maple court; Herb Carlson, national 155-pound boxing mmiiimiii . M " Mfr"? -v . . . --;. 3: champion, and Ted Diehl form the backbone of the boxing ' .. team; Jim Farmer stars in the swimming pool . . . pledges have a yearly snowball tight With the Gamma Phi frosh . . . Chuck Couper, Norm Farnham, and Bill Gartin star in baseball, track and tennis respectively . . . Bill Williams represented Idaho in the annual East-West game held in San Francisco on New Year's day . . . Bud Walter, Pep Band leader and president of Phi Mu Alpha, keeps his clarinet here . . . official flower is the white roseemaybe thatis WhY the Sigma Nu's favorite song is HRosie, You Are My Posie" . . . Don Hayes heads the Vandal Ski Club . . . Jim F armer wields the gavel at Scabbard and Blade meet- ings . . . any man Who passes his pin finds a cold hosing waiting . . . Bill Williams, president, With the help of Jack Reilly, vice-president, and House Manager Bill McIntyre run things efficiently and smoothly to keep it the "bright star of Sigma Nu." Seems interesting to the Sigma Nus . . . Another joyous tubbing. Adami, Henry, Wallace Brown, James, Montpelier Carbaugh, William, Opportunity, Washington Carlson, Herbert, Wallace Dana, John, Lynwood, California Dickinson, William, Avery Diehl, Gerald, Jerome Diehl, Willlam, Jerome Farnham, Norman, Fayette Farmer, James, Gooding Ferguson, Donald, Wallace Finkelnburg, Douglas, Hazelton Fisher, LeNoir, Kellogg Gartin, William, Boise Goodman, William, Rupert Granlund, Arthur, Deary Gray, William, Spring Valley, California Hamilton, John, Buhl Haynes, Donald, Russell, Kansas Hooper, Roy, Kellogg Johnson, Thomas, Mullan Kinnison, Frank, Hawaii Kinnison, Philip, Melrose, Massachusetts McClure, James, Fayette McIntyre, William, Coeur d'Alene Magnuson, Richard, Wallace Martin, Chauncey, Burke Merrill. Ruel, Pocatello Kenyon, Wallace, Kellogg Newland, William, Balboa Heights, C.Z. Ottosen, Louis, Lewiston Perkins, Arthur, Lewiston Peterson, John, Sandpoint Plastino, Charles, Twin Falls Rainey, Jack, Jerome Rice, John, Gooding Rosenberry, Robert, Coeur d'Alene Strobel, Walter, Rose Lake Vukich, John, Spokane, Washington Walter, William, Spokane, Washington Wheeler, Robert, American Falls Nickesonl Richard! Wellsboro, Penn. Willet, Fred, Lewiston 32m kappa fpsilm Some special event undo Idaho Tekes somehow keep their ancient cannon in work- ing order . . . salvaged tnobody remembers Whent from a Moscow junk pi1e . . . painted cherry and grey . . . the fraternity co1ors . . . the ancient war relic tnobody remem- bers Which wart salutes major Idaho athletic Victories and newly initiated Tekes with an inspired burst of black pow- der and smoke . . . Alpha Delta chapter founded in 1928 with a tttwin chapter" at WSC . . . one of 53 Chapters . . . founded at Illinois Wes1eyan in 1899 . . . one of the fastest growing of the younger fraternities . . . a pledge dance . . . the Apache dance twhen everyone dresses in Parisian. underground qarbt . . . initiation dance . . . the HO'Fla- herty party" . . . a spring formal . . . ten of the 51 Tekes played football . . . George Ba11ew, Win Bishop, Chet Johnson, George Smith earned 1's . . . Larry Stone learned Dixie's corn-pone system as junior manager . . . Ed Gron- neberg, president of Inter-Church Council . . . Jack Peters, house president, activities board member . . . managing editor Stan Godecke of the Arg . . . Bob Eyestone, execu- tive board member . . . Arg photographer Ted Cowin . . . hung their Whee1 hats among those of members of Blue Key . . . Sigma Delta . . . Vandaleers . . . Scabbard and B1ade.. .Gem. . .SkiClub. .. 111"C1ub. ..1K's... and tShth the insignificant men. ubtedly . . . TKE cannon repairs. Ballew, George, Jerome Barton, Robert, Wendell Beasley, Norris, Coeur dIAlene Beck, Lawrence, Post Falls Bell, Gerald, Coeur dAlene Benscoter, Richard. Kendrick Bishop, Winston, Twin Falls Brevick, Harold, Gooding Briggs, Robert, Carey Briggs, Warren, Carey Carr, Charles, Lewiston Chadband, James, Santa Maria, Calif. Clovis, James, Craigrnont Daily, Paul, Craigmont Dammarell, Neil, Craigmont Deobald, William, Kendrick Eyestone, Robert, Portland, Oregon Foster, Grant, Jerome Godecke, Stanley, Minden, Nevada Goodman, Richard, Sumas, Washington Gronneberg, Edward! Cranston, RI. Hunt, Donald, Carey Hurless, Paul, Jerome Iohnsonl Chester, Coeur d'Alene Johnson, Donald, Coeur d'Alene Larson, Gene, Coeur d Alene Lindstrom, Russell, Lewisville Lowry, David, Craigmont Maher, Charles, Coeur d'Alene McPherson, Walter, Post Falls Miller, Roger! Lewiston Neely, Donald, Moscow Orr, Gerald, Coeur d'Alene Overfield, Roderick. Jerome Peters, John, Post Falls Peterson, Julius, Wendell Rice, Donald, Jerome Sanford, Thomas, Fairfield Secaur, Harry, Coeur d'Alene Sparks, Calvin, Carey Stallings, Dale, LewisviIIe Stone, Lawrence, Jerome Watkins! Edward, New York, New York Webb, Samuel, Coeur d'Alene Worthington, Robert, Lewiston Ziemann, John. Bovill Willis Swazi Jfall y? ,, h h 3 7351;4'2" ' ,, bx H a I yr, , y MC? IX ,, V t t r 4,1 Sweet Hall . . . established in 1936 . . . guided by Coach Vassar, dominated intramural sports program . . . housed the members of Club 200 and sponsored the traditional cabaret, directed by Bill Eastman . . . office of Bert Soren- son, head man of homecoming . . . hide-out of the infamous Pasquale boys, banditos and cavaliers . residence of Jim Day, executive board member and Gamma Phi house boy . . . campsite of Paul Bunyan's henchman, L. B. Curtis, chairman of the Foresters' Ball . . . lodge of Bill Larson, erstwhile troubador and ski-man . . . twice presided over by Dick nIudge" Riordan, cigar-smoking chief justice of the law honorary . . . point of operation for Tovey, sopho- more class prexy, and his ward-heeler, Jack Nicholas . . . country store for Bostwick, Schalz, Alsager, and McFadden, artists of animal husbandry . . . base for Tom "Commodore" Arnold, Frank Perrine, Chuck Hansen, and ttDestroyer" Teague . . . training table for football players Ambrose and Foley . . . house for HWhiskers" Linck and Joe Grove of Idaho's HNew Look" in basketball . . . throne of heart- players Obendorf, Evans, Herron, and Benjamin . . . is censored by the Kriers, proctor and hostess . . . head- quarters for Black, Barnes and Linnencamp, authors of books on campustry . . . unwilling audience of Ionas, Clark and George Anderson, profundo, semi-protundo, and not- so-protundo . . . snowballers unexcelled, according to Kid- enbaugh and Forney . . . law offices of Kidwell, Kirkwood and Gene Miller . . . temporary ship to Mr. Cooper, proc- tor . . . home to all. The popular card games . . . Evening relaxation. Allen, Lafayette, Idaho Falls Allen, Kenneth, Rigby Alsager, Ray, Emmett Anderson, George, Boise Anderson, Laverne, Genesee Arnold, Thomas, Twin Falls Barnes, Jack, Ogden, Utah Baumgartner, Donald, Genesee Benjamin, Carlos, Salmon Berriochoa, Luis, Mountain Home Black, James, Colorado Springs, Colorado Bostwick, Wallace, Boise Brabb, George, Jerome Branton, James, Foxworth, Mississippi Bretz, John, Yuma, Arizona Brooks, Bennie, Mountain Home Bunge, Donald, Spokane, Washington Butler, Vance, Bliss Campbell! Donald, Sandpoint Campbell, Omar, Weiser Christensen, Neal, Idaho Falls Chrystal, Donald, Headquarters Clark, Dean, Headquarters Clark, Welden, Twin Falls Colwell, Bruce, Hope Colvard, Richard, Weiser Curtis, Leverett, Cashmere, Washington Cutler, Newton, Oaksdale, Washington Day, Paul, Boise De Neal, Larry, Moscow Denison, Richard, Coolin Dolgner, Darrel, Coeur d A1ene Doolittle, George, Twin Falls Eastman, William, Boise Easton, Gene, Paul Echeverria, Isaac, Mountain Home English, Robert, Stoneham, Massachusetts Evans, Thomas, Pocatello Fairchild, Richard! Boise Fisher, Joseph, Blackfoot Fisk, Roger, Parma FitzRoy, Henry, England Gabica, Henry, Middleton Gieslerl Harry, Fairfield Gibbs, John, Burley Gleason, Vilas, Pierce Greenwood, William, Bonners Ferry Griffiths, Robert, Caldwell Halli Maxon, Post Falls Hall, Robert, Post Falls Hansen, Charles Hanson! Alvin, Coeur d'Alene Hart, Ralph, Filer Hartwig, Leonard, Lewiston Hayden, Kenneth, Coeur d'Alene Heppner, Leo, Genesee Herron, John, San Diego, California Hooper, Robert, Midvale Hutton, John, Coulee Dam, Washington Hyde, Paul, Hayden Lake Iglesias, Rashio, Mountain Home Isaman, Harry, Lewiston Johnson, Homar, Nampa Jonas, Robert, St. Anthony Judd, Hugh, Rupert Kidwell, Robert, Council Kingsford, Leonard, Moscow Knight, Russell, Gooding Klemens, Oscar, Nampa Kohl, Fred, Salmon Kramer, Douglas, Gooding Kramer, Richard, Opportunity, Wash. Laney, Harry, Burley Larson, Lawrence, Meridian Larson, Virgil, Pinehurst LaVoy, Corwin, Potlatch Leaverton, Jacki Hope LeBert, Leon, Priest River Lewis, Jack, Spokane, Washington Liberg, Robert, Genesee Lineberger, Ralph, Homedale Linnenkamp, John, Hasper, Iowa McLerran, Sheridanl Meridian Mendiola, Thomas, Mountain Home Meserve, Carl, Sandpoint Miller, Earl, Emmett Muehlefhaler, Charles, Rathdrum Nesbitt, Sherman, Eagle Nicodemus, Gerald, Worley Obendorf, Joseph, Parma Officer, Julius, Boise Onweiler, William, Ustick Peak, Jack, Spokane, Washington Perretti, Lawrence, Burke Pickett, Hal, Oakley Randall, Arthur, Lenore Randall, Donald, Lenore Riordan, Richard, Nampa Rogge, Charles, Weiser Rosen, Morris, New York, New York Rouse, Gareth, Bonners Ferry Schaplowsky, John, Nezperce Schmitti David, Milwaukee, Wisconsin Shalz, Bernard, Boise Shoun, Charles, Caldwell Shreve, Joseph, Spokane, Washington Sorenson, Bert, Burley Sorenson, Elmer, Burley Stamm, Carl, Blackfoot Stark, Gordan, Benton City, Washington Straub, Carl, Page Stevens, Herbert, Worley Teague, James, Great Falls, Montana Tederman, Robert, Wendell Terlsonl Alfred, Lewiston Tiegs, Donald, Nampa Tovey, Morgan, Malad Trautman, Jack, Meridian Troeh, Frederick, Grangeville Urquida, John, Mountain Home Utter, Donald, Hansen Utter, Marvin, Hansen Vandenberg, John, Bonners Ferry Wagoner. Donald, Boise Wokersien, Thomasl Fairfield Woodruff, George, Boise Wolfe, John, Boise Welch, Dean, Emmett Wardrop, Charles, Spokane, Wash. Young, Burton, Potlatch Young, Floyd, Coeur d'Alene This has been a good year, a year of interest, of fun, and lots of hard work . . . hard work not marked by recognition or praise for a good many Who so gen- erously contributed to the success of this Gem. There are dozens Who were satisfied just to help "get out the Gem"eclub members Who searched out information about their clubs, students and faculty members Who posed, reposed, and posed again, willing workers Who mounted pictures, checked spellings of names, and typed endless miles of copy. Because so many of these people came and went as their time and energies allowed, their names are missing from the masthead. To all of these, then, my sincerest thanks. And for his ever-present help, hard work, and his neverufailing Cheerful outlook, my very special thanks go to Phil Schnell, Associate Editor. There are otherseMargaret Weitz, Bill Hansen, Tack Taylor, Don Robertson, Howard Reinhardt, Gale Mix, Mrs. Miller of Hutchison's Studio, and Earl Hayes, Business Managereto Whom I feel especially appreciative. For their chasing down of names of people, facts, and figures, supervising photo-mounting, long diligent hours in the dark room, and their good humor, there could have been no substitute. Much of the credit for the artistry in this volume goes to Printer Ralph York and his assistants, and to Newton Cannon oi the Western Engraving Company. Their patience and aid have been invaluable. This then is the story of a year, a golden, never-to-be-forgotten year in the lives of all of us Who have had a hand in creating this Gem of the Mountains, 1948. It is our wish that in the years that follow it will bring HIdaho" alive, again, for you. ELIZABETH ROBINSON, Editor, And The Staff of the 1948 Gem. the 66m Editorial Staff EDITOR ASSOCIATE EDITOR PHOTOGRAPHY STAFF Don Robertson, head Ted Cowin, Pat Hamilton, Mary Stringer, Iim Brockie, Charles Diamond, Hutchison Studios ART STAFF Bob Finlayson, head Barbara Bedwell, Maxine Galvin, Pat Robinson, Jean Wallace COPY STAFF Howard Reinhardt, head Warren Johnson, Lee Bath PHOTOMOUNTING STAFF Bill Hansen, head Louie Dunson, Abe Erlick, Judy Modin, Wilma Hodge, Pat Baker, Carol Korvola, Hazel Wren, Loralee Epperson SECRETARIAL STAFF Charlotte Greenwood, head Joyce Snyder, Janet Love, Barbara Swanstrom, Corrine Schumaker, Joan Jansen, Beverly Stone, Helen Denevan, Phi Chi Theta members, Mary Sue Tovey, Janis Rankin INDEX - ELIZABETH ROBINSON PHIL SCHNELL TRADITIONS Isobelle Phelan, editor Io Garner, assistant editor; Catherine Armstrong, June Thomas, Howard Reinhardt, Margaret Weitz, Verlie Tak- kinen, Joyce Freeland, Ruth Lotspeich LEARNING Margaret Weitz, editor Sue Beardsley, assistant editor; Margaret Orme, Helen Means, June Thomas, Shirley Harper SERVICE Barbara Spaeth, editor Mary Jane Breier, assistant editor; Janis Rankin, Merilyn Petersen, Pat Nelson, Maurice Paulsen PLAYING ' Jack Taylor, editor Donna Lue Taylor, assistant editor; Clint Peterson, John Martin, Jim Lane, Jim Neal, Jackie Ritchie, Jay Stephens LIVING Sally Foskett, editor Mary Sue Tovey, assistant editor; Fred Griffin, Janis Ran- kin, Colleen McDonald Bonnie Burnside, editor Phyllis Coon, assistant editor; Charlotte Greenwood, Janis Rankin the 65144 Eusimss Staff EARL HAYES BUSINESS MANAGER ASSISTANT BUSINESS MANAGERS Art Becher, Larry Meech, Vernon McCormack ADVERTISING STAFF Art Becher, head Jerry Bunnell, Bill Code, Sonny Vogt, Ray Kinmouth, Gordon Larson, Paul Dalling, C. B. Sweet, Boyd Barker, Dick Benscoter DISTRIBUTION STAFF ORGANIZATIONS STAFF Larry Meech SECRETARIAL STAFF Willa Hasbrouck, head Pepper Burns, Pat Hankins, Pat Watson, Maryanne Madi- son, Charline Bales, Verlie Takkinen, Irene Johnson, Joyce Freeland Vernon McCormack, Doug Knox, Neal Smiley, Larry Stone, Dick Mickinson Zopit 7mm ADMINISTRATION Athletic News Director ........................................... 67 Board of Regents ................................................ 64 Dean of the School of Agriculture ................................. 80 Dean of the School of Business Administration ....................... 98 Dean of the School of Education ................................... 95 Dean of the College of Engineering ................................ 84 Dean of the School of Forestry .................................... 92 Dean of the Graduate School ..................................... 104 Dean of the College of Law ....................................... 88 Dean of the College of Letters and Science ......................... 72 Dean of Men ................................................... 66 Dean of the School of Mines ...................................... 90 Dean of Women ................................................. 66 Director of the School of Non-Resident Instruction .................... 103 Governor of the State of Idaho .................................... 62 Graduate Manager .............................................. 67 President of the University of Idaho ................................ 63 University Officials .............................................. 65 ADVERTISERS INDEX .............................................. 401 ADVERTISING ................................................. 402-424 ATHLETICS ................................................... 268-321 Athletic Faculty Board ........................................... 272 Baseball .................................................... 276-277 Basketball .................................................. 300-307 Boxing ..................................................... 308-309 Cross-country ............................................... 296-297 Football .................................................... 284-295 Golf ........................................................... 280 Intramurals ................................................. 313-314 Rally Committee ................................................ 272 Skiing ......................................................... 312 Swimming ...................................................... 31 1 Tennis ......................................................... 281 Track .............. . ........................................ 2 78-2 79 Women's Sports ............................................. 316-32 1 Yell Leaders .................................................... 272 BEAUTY SECTION ............................................... 41-65 CHURCH GROUPS ............................................ 205-21 1 Canterbury Club ................................................ 206 Christian Science Monitor Youth Forum ............................ 207 Interchurch Council ............................................. 206 Kappa Phi ...................................................... 207 Lambda Delta Sigma ............................................. 207 Lutheran Students Association .................................... 208 Newman Club .................................................. 208 Roger Williams Club ............................................ 209 Westminster Forum .............................................. 210 Westminster Guild .............................................. 210 CLASSES ...................................................... 72- 1 69 Freshmen .................................................. 157-168 Officers ..................................................... 169 Graduate Students .............................................. 105 Juniors ..................................................... 112-128 Officers ..................................................... 129 Personalities ............................................. 130- 1 31 Seniors ...................................................... 72109 School of Agriculture ....................................... 81-83 School of Business Administration.11.1.............. ....1..1.98-102 School of Education ......................................... 94-97 College of Engineering ...................................... 85-87 School of Forestry .......................................... 92-93 College of Law ............................................. 88-89 College of Letters and Science ............................... 81-83 School of Mines ............................................ 90-91 Officers ..................................................... 106 Personalities ............................................. 107- 109 Sophomores ................................................ 133-1 54 Officers ..................................................... 155 CLUBS ....................................................... 257-267 Agricultural Engineers ........................................... 258 Agriculture Club ................................................ 258 Associated Civil Engineers ....................................... 259 Associated Engineers ............................................ 260 Associated Foresters ........................................ 259 Associated Miners ............................................... 260 Attic Club ...................................................... 261 Bench and Bar .................................................. 261 Chamber of Commerce .......................................... 266 Chemical Engineers ............................................. 262 Chess Club ..................................................... 262 Dames Club .................................................... 263 Electrical Engineers ............................................. 263 4-H Club ....................................................... 264 Home Economics Club ........................................... 264 '11" Club ........................................................ 315 Mechanical Engineers ........................................... 265 Mental Hygiene Club ............................................ 265 Vandal Ski Club ................................................ 266 DRAMA AND DEBATE ......................................... 213-223 Backstage .............................................. 214-215, 219 "Curtain Time" .............................................. 220-221 "Dear Brutus" ................................................... 217 "George Washington Slept Here" .................................. 216 400 Intramural Debate ............................................... 223 Varsity Debate .................................................. 222 GOVERNING BODIES .......................................... 193-203 ASUI ...................................................... 194-195 AWS ...................................................... 196- 1 97 Greek Caucus .................................................. 203 Independent Caucus ............................................. 202 Independent Council ............................................ 199 . Intertraternity Council ........................................... 201 Panhellenic Council ............................................. 200 Publications Board .............................................. 198 Student Activity Board ........................................... 198 HONORARIES ................................................. 175-191 Alpha Epsilon Delta ............................................. 181 Alpha Lambda Delta ............................................. 181 Alpha Phi Omega ............................................... 182 Alpha Zeta ..................................................... 182 Blue Key ....................................................... 183 Delta Mu ....................................................... 184 Delta Sigma Rho ................................................ 184 Hell-Divers ..................................................... 185 1nterco11egiate Knights ........................................... 179 Kappa Delta Pi .................................................. 185 Mortar Board ................................................... 176 Pershing Rifles .................................................. 186 Phi Alpha Delta ................................................. 186 Phi Beta Kappa ................................................. 180 Phi Chi Theta ................................................... 186 Phi Eta Sigma ................................................... 187 Phi Mu Alpha ................................................... 187 Phi Upsilon Omicron ............................................ 188 Scabbard and Blade ............................................. 190 Sigma Alpha Iota ................................................ 188 Sigma Delta .................................................... 189 Sigma Tau ..................................................... 189 Silver Lance .................................................... 177 Spurs .......................................................... 178 The Curtain .................................................... 183 Theta Sigma .................................................... 191 Xi Sigma Pi ..................................................... 191 LIVING GROUPS .............................................. 322-396 Alpha Chi .................................................. 328-329 Alpha Phi .................................................. 330-331 Alpha Tau Omega ........................................... 354-355 Beta Theta Pi ............................................... 356-357 Campus Club ............................................... 358 359 Chrisman Hall .............................................. 360-362 Delta Chi ................................................... 366-367 Delta Delta Delta ............................................ 332-333 Delta Gamma ............................................... 334-335 Delta Tau Delta ............................................. 368-369 Forney Hall ................................................. 336-338 Gamma Phi Beta ............................................ 342-343 Hays Hall .................................................. 339-341 Idaho Club ................................................. 344-345 Kappa Alpha Theta .......................................... 346-347 Kappa Kappa Gamma ........................................ 348-349 Kappa Sigma ............................................... 370-371 LDS Institute ................................................ 372-373 Phi Delta Theta ............................................. 374-375 Phi Gamma Delta ........................................... 376-377 Lindley Hall ................................................ 363-365 Phi Kappa Tau .............................................. 378-379 Pi Beta Phi ................................................. 350-351 Pine Hall ................................................... 380-384 Ridenbaugh Hall ............................................ 352-353 Sigma Alpha Epsilon ........................... 1 .............. 386-387 Sigma Chi .................................................. 388-389 Sigma Nu .................................................. 390-391 Tau Kappa Epsilon ............................. ' ............. 392-393 Tau Mem Aleph ................................................. 385 Willis Sweet Hall ............................................ 394-396 MUSIC ....................................................... 226-233 . KUOI ...................................................... 232-233 Military Band ................................................... 229 Pep Band ...................................................... 230 Pep Band Show ................................................. 231 University Band ................................................. 228 University Orchestra ............................................ 229 Vandaleers ..................................................... 226 NROTC ....................................................... 254-255 PUBLICATIONS ..... , ......................................... 235-248 ASUI Handbook ................................................. 248 B lot ....................................................... 246-247 Co-ed Code .................................................... 248 The Gem of the Mountains ................................... 236-239 The Idaho Argonaut ......................................... 240-243 The Idaho Engineer .............................................. 245 The Idaho Forester .............................................. 244 ROTC ........................................................ 252-253 STUDENT INDEX .............................................. 402-424 TRADITIONS .................................................... 10-39 Advertisers index Blue Bucket Inn, Moscow ........................................................ 421 Bolles-Fitzgerald Shoes, Moscow ................................................... 420 Brotherton's, Lewiston ........................................................... 405 Bunker Hill Smelter, Kellogg ..................................................... 415 Campus Cafe, Moscow ........................................................... 423 Davids', Moscow ................................................................ 406 Elliott Motors, Coeur d'Alene and St. Maries ........................................ 406 Erb Hardware, Lewiston ......................................................... 424 Everett Will Tractor Company, Moscow ............................................ 413 First Trust and Savings Bank, Moscow ............................................. 418 Fonk's, Moscow ................................................................. 407 Hecla Mining Company, Wallace ................................................. 420 Hutchison Studio, Moscow ........................................................ 424 Idaho Dairy Products, Moscow .................................................... 422 Kingscraft, Kingsport, Tennessee .................................................. 426 Kyle's Photo Supply, Moscow ........................................ ' ............. 409 Leo 1. Mason Motor Co., Caldwell ................................................. 413 Lewis-Clark and Bollinger Hotels, Lewiston ........................................ 421 Madison Lumber 8! Mill Co., Moscow .............................................. 422 Mason, Ehrman 8! Co., Moscow ..................................... Matz Motors, Moscow ............................................................ 403 McMoniqle Chevrolet, Lewiston ................................................... 408 Moscow Electrical Co., Moscow ................................................... 417 Moscow Hotel, Moscow .......................................................... 422 Northwest Electronics, Inc., Spokane, Washington ................................... 417 Northwestern Seed Growers, Inc., Moscow ......................................... 425 Oriole Nest and Perch, Moscow ................................................... 414 Penney's, Moscow ............................................................... 414 Ralph Davis, Boise .............................................................. 426 R. G. Bailey Printing Co., Lewiston ................................................ 421 Rolleison's Grocery, Moscow ..................................................... 415 Spic 'n Span Cleaners, Moscow ................................................... 420 Sportsman Club, Lewiston ........................................................ 412 Sterner's Studio. Moscow ......................................................... 418 Student Union Book Store, Moscow ................................................ 419 Sunshine Mining Company, Kellogg ............................................... 405 Syms-York Company, Boise ....................................................... 426 The Gem Shop, Moscow ......................................................... 425 The Kenworthy and Nu-Art Theaters, Moscow ....................................... 410 The Parisian, Moscow ............................................................ 419 The Washington Water Power Company, Moscow ................................... 407 University Pharmacy, Moscow .................................................... 410 Val's Seed Service, Moscow ...................................................... 425 Van Engelens, Burley, Rupert, Twin Falls, American Falls ............................. 408 Varsity Cafe, Moscow ............................................................ 424 Washburn-Wilson Seed Co., Moscow .............................................. 41 1 Western Engraving 81 Colortype Co., Seattle, Washington ............................ 426 Wrightls Fountain, Moscow ....................................................... 422 Studmt Jada A Abbott, Charles Thomas ............................................. 134 Abshire, Charles William ................................... 134, 203, 379 Acock, Robert Noel ........................................ 134, 258, 377 Adami, Henry Conrad ......................................... 112, 391 Adams, Patsy Fay .......................................... 134, 264, 337 Adams, Ronald Keith ............................................... 272 Adams, Willard Newton 1r ....................................... 112, 371 Adelmann, Carl Richard Ir ........................................... 91 Adsero, Robert Wayne .............................................. 134 Ailor, Stewart Glenn ....................................... 152, 266, 381 Akers, Dwight Malcolm ......................................... 112, 389 Albright, Marvel May ........................................... 134, 340 Alicakos, John ..................................................... 246 A11daffer,Marvin Matthew ...................................... 369,381 A11daffer,RobertCecil ...................................... 112,152,258 A11en,KennethJames ........................................... 134, 395 A11en,Lafayette1unior .......................................... 4, 395 Allen, Roger Baker ........................................ 152, 2160, 381 Alley, Joseph Robinson .............................................. 180 Alsager, Melvin John ........................................... 261, 395 Alsager, Ray Charles ............................................... 100 Alvord, Donald Clayton ............................................. 189 Aman, Ardell Kenneth .......................................... 134, 369 Ambrose, Tommy "N" .......................................... 285, 288 Ames, William Frank ........................................... 112, 375 Amos, James Lysle ............................................. 152, 371 Andersen, Wilfred H ................................................ 112 Anderson, Flora Travis .......................................... 112, 345 Anderson, Alice Pernella ....................................... 134, 353 Anderson, Alma Eileen ......................................... 134, 329 Anderson,Beu1ah .............................................. 112,349 Anderson,Bever1y May ......................................... ,333 Anderson,Car1Ra1ph .................................. 134,260, 381, 385 Anderson, Dale Vernon ......................................... 134387 Anderson, Dennett Asa ................................. 134,186,285, Anderson, Doris Roberta ........................................ 152 Anderson, Faye Louise .......................................... 128, Anderson, George Robert .............................. 112,220,266, Anderson, Howard Fredric .......................................... Anderson, .T.B1aine Anderson, Lavem A1ton .................................... 134,190, Anderson, LeRoy Dana .................................. 74,211,261, Anderson, Margaret Marie ................. 74, 184, 188, 203,264, 328, Anderson, Marion Lee ........................................... 82, Anderson, Maxine Ann ..................................... 134,208, Anderson, Richard Brooks ........................................... - Andres, Rosemary Elizabeth .................................. 57,152, Andrew, Eleanore Mae 1 1 Andrew, Phyllis Ethel ...................................... 211,276, Andrew, Wilbur Louis .......................................... 5,2 Androes, Muriel Elaine ............................ 134, 188, 199, 207, Androes, Gaylord Marvin ....................................... 152, Angelo,10hn .................................................. 112, Anne, Robert Roy .............................................. 134, Armstrong, Betty Louise ......................................... 152, Armstrong, Catherine Ann .................................. 134,206, Armstrong, Ervin Clark ..................................... 112,201, Armsfrong, Richard Merrill Arnett, Herbert Jay Jr Arnold, Margaret Marie ............. 45, 67,74,107, 176,183,195,198, Arnold, Thomas A 105, 262, Aschenbrener, Edward Joseph .......................... 134,187, 222, Ascuaga,10hn10e .............................................. 152, Asgian, Charles Ashby, James Henry ............................................ 134, Ashby, Raoul Raefield ...................................... 152,190, Ashby, Roger William .......................................... 152, Ashworth, Charles Raymond ..................................... 134, Asker, John Oliver Jr ........................................... 134, Asmussen, Carolea Joyce ........................................ 96, Ator, Da11as Gene .............................................. 112, Atwood, Alan Franc ............................................ 134, Atwood, Richard Thomas ........................................ 152, Auer, Francis Wayland Auger,Sy1viaCecih'a ...................................... 134,264, Aunes, Helen Viola 152 Austin, Winifred Lou ........................................... 152, Babin, Eugene Elmer Babin,1ames Dougal ............................................ 112, Bacon, John Earl 2 Badger, Marvin ................................... 152, 246, 278, 313, Baer,1. William 134 4, Bagley, Frederick Ralph .......................................... 12 Bahr, Ella ............................................ 134,207,264, Bailey, Kenneth F ranc1s Bailey, Lois Maxine ........................................ 134,207, Baker, James Gilbert ....................................... 152, 361, Baker,Patr1'cia Marie ........................................... 152, Baker, Robert Alton Baker, Ted ............................................... 134,266, Bakes, Perry Rich Bakes, William Heber .......................................... 187, Baldeck, Leonard Joseph ................................... Balderston, Lee Riley ....................................... 112,354, Baldwin, Douglas Denver ................................... 13 4, 260, Bales, Charline ................................... 112,203,211, 265, Bales, Iohn Frank 1r Ball,Emma1yn ............................................ 178, 2103, Ballew, George Jr ..................................... 134, 285, 300, 405 Barbee, Frank Chase 1r ......................................... 134,387 Barber, James Warren Ir .................................... 187, 263, 371 Barfty, Maxine Bertha 7 402 Barinaga,10hn ................................................. 134,355 Barker, Boyd Craighton ........................................ 152,355 Barker Donna Elizabeth ................................. . ....... 314, 347 Barker, Glenn Reynolds ........................................ 206,263 Barline, Elizabeth Muir ............................ 152,206,247, 261, 349 Barnes, Dawn Loraine ...................................... 112,231,329 Barnes, Harold Sylvester ........................................ 262, 377 Barnes, Harold T ................................................... 112 Barnes, Herbert Dan ............................................ 112,361 Barnes, Jack Arthur ............................................ 134,395 Barnes, Orville Lee ................................... 285,288, 291, 374 Barnes, Patricia Jean ............................... 57, 135, 217, 220, 335 Barnes, Willard .................................................... 221 Barnett, Marcus Whitman ....................................... 135,375 Barnett,Me1baRae .............................................. 74,340 Barnett,Stee1e 93 Barr, James Richard ............................................ 152,367 Barron, Margaret Louise ........................................ 135,340 Barrus,1ean Louise McCue ...................................... 112,331 Barrus, Neil Hunter ............................................ 135 377 Barrus,RuelHa1e .............................................. 112, 377 Barstow, Rex Maitland .......................................... 152,355 Barton, Milton Frances .......................................... 135,364 Barton, Robert Erle ............................................. 135,405 Base,Bet1yLaurine ............................................. 135,340 Bastida, Blanche Josephine ...................................... 152 329 Batchelor, Patricia Eileen ....................................... 135, 337 Bates Mary Lee ........................................... 135,264,337 Bath, Lawrence Lee .................................... 135, 187,189,364 Batt, James Stratton ............................................. 152,361 Batt, Philip Eugene 135 Batts, Betty LaRue .............................................. 112,333 Bauqh, Vida Marie ......................................... 135,182,340 Baum,G1ennE1wood ........................................... 135,381 Baum, Russell Oliver ........................................... 152,369 Bauman,10sephine ................................................. 207 Baumgartner, Dale ................................................. 364 Baumgartner, Donald George .................................... 135,395 Baxter, Vernon Eugene ............................................. 295 Beach,10hn Churchill .......................................... 152,371 Beal, Ernest M ..................................................... 112 Beal, Ethel Turnley 74 Bean,E1izabeth ....................................... 135,182,207, 340 Bean, Elvan Lee 25 8 Bean, Keith Allen .................................................. 295 Bean, William Albert ........................................... 135,381 Beard, Wayne Reeves 15,3 364 Beardsley, Alice Suzanne ....................... 59, 135, 178, 184,236,335 Beasley, Norris Marcell ......................................... 135,405 Becher, Arthur Lawrence ....................................... 135,238 Becher, Theodore R 112 Beck, Lawrence Labold ......................................... 112,405 Beckman, Clarence Albert ................................... 82, 258,381 Beckman, Fred Arthur ..................................... 135,258,361 Bedwell, Barbara Ann ................... 51, 74,109,211, 215, 247,261,347 Bedwell, Stuart Eggan .......................................... 112,375 Beebe,Arn01d Taylor 276 Beeson, Leroy Eugene ...................................... 128,278, 379 Behrmen, Adolph Henry .................................... 100, 266,369 Beitz, Wi1lard10hn .................................... 189, 285,288, 290 Be11,Gera1d W ................................................. 135,405 Bell, James Edgar .......................................... 152,206,361 Bellaire, Betty ............................................. 100, 215,331 Bemis, Robert Lee .............................................. 135,371 Benedict, Clinton Henry ............................... 135,202, 260,385 Benjamin, Carlos Lee 13 375 Benjamin, Dale Ernest ......................... 113, 190, 206, 260, 262, 361 Benjamin, Dale LeRoy .......................................... 152,387 Benjamin, Glen Roy ........................................ 113,260 361 Benjamin, Ray Elten ................................... 152,258,260, 361 Bennett,Aar110hnson .......................................... 135,364 Bennett, Thomas Roy ............................................ 113,381 Benscoter,Dona1d Dan 266 Benscoter, Richard Lyle ......................................... 152,405 Benson, Ralph Harold ...................................... 135,201,361 Benson, RobertShelby .......................................... 201,203 Bergstrom, John Charles ............................................ 135 Bermensolo, Claudio Iuaquin .................................... 135,364 Berriochoa, Luis ........................................... 135,312,395 Berry, Billy Emerson ............................................ 113,258 Berry, Donald Earl ................................................. 266 Berry, Marie R ..................................................... 113 Berry, Patricia Jean ............................................ 152,340 Bickett, Harvette Carolyn ....................................... 125, 351 Bidegaheta, John Frank ......................................... 135,361 Bielenberg, Leonard Herman .................................... 136,381 Bienz, DarrelR ............................................ 136, 207,381 Bigelow, Charles Allen 93,191 Billmeyer,1anefLouise ...................................... 74, 191, 335 Bills, Ramona Laverne ...................................... 136,247, 353 Bingham, Lois Hooker .................................. 113,186,207, 337 Bishop, Winston Howard ............................... 136, 285,288,405 Bistline, Stephen Philip 261 Bitter, Ralph William ........................................... 136,364 Bjorklund, Florence Maxine .................................. 96,106,319 Black,1ames Lewis ..................................... 113,211, 261,395 Black,10hn Norman 189 B1ack,Richard Lowell .......................................... 136,367 Blackburn, Don Edwin ........................................... 96,377 B1ade,Evabelle ........................................ 136, 211, 220, 337 Blair, Dean Howard ........................................ 152,262,361 Blakely, Kathleen Jane 113,349 Blanton,11mmyCharles 136, 189,266,371 B1ei,Truman .................................................. 136 369 Blanden,E11en Louise ...................................... 152,207,353 Bliss, Frederick David .......................................... 152,371 Bloodworth,10hn Lewis ............................................. 263 Bloomsburq, Joseph Wal ter ...................................... 152,364 Bodine,Richarc1 Shearer ........................................ 211,261 Bodker, Delmer Maurice .................................... 113, 187,188 Boehm, Raymond Lee ........................................... 136, 367, Bohna, Charles Oliver Ir ................................... 136, 265,361 Bohning, John William .......................................... 191, 208 Bolger, Philip Sullivan 29 Bolingbroke, Vaun Delbert .............................. 33,136, Bollman, Margaret Glenna ............................. 136, 184, 203, 351 Bolton,W1111am Edward ............................................. 361 Benin, Pete Domenick 316,261, 364 Bennett, Mary Elizabeth ................................ 152, 184, 350, 351 Bordon,De11a Mary ............................................ 152,345 Borg, Helen Magdaline Rose. . . . . . . . Borg, John ........................................................ 136 Bergen, Donald Edgar .......................................... 136,381 Borne, Ramona Valencia ........................................ 152,345 Bostwick, Wallace Manford Ir .................................... 82, 395 Bottum, Elizabeth Lorraine ....................................... 74,343 Bowen, Betty B" .............................................. 136, 340 Bowlby, Carol Marie ....................................... 152, 184,333 Boyce,E1vin Leigh 152,361 Boyd, Thomas Gregg ........................................... 136,357 Boyle, Louis MacGregor .................................... 136,266,369 Boyle, Richard Gordon ......................................... 136,369 Brabb, George Jacob ...................................... 136,209,395 Brackebusch, Arthur Paul .............................. 191, 244, 245, 259 Bradbury, Mildred Marie .................................... 136,211,337 Bradford,G1en Erwin .................................. 113, 266,278,367 Brainard, Beverly Iean ................................. 152, 184,206,351 Brammer, Harold August ............................... 152,208,261, 359 Brandt,Shir1eyJean .................................... 113, 183, 2117, 343 Branton, James Ilihu ............................................ 11,3 395 Bray,Dona1d Theodore ..................................... 152,190,371 Breeden, Ann Maxine ...................................... 1,52 206,333 Breier, Mary Jane ................................. 136, 171, 231, 236, 349 Bressler, Beverly Lee ........................................... 152, 331 Bretz, Barbara Rhoads. ................. 74, 206, 248, 352, 353 Bretz, John Crawford ............................... 82, 182, 258, 281, 395 Brevick, Barbara Jean .......................................... 152, 337 Brevick, Harold Lewis ...................................... 105, 258, 405 Brewster, Eileen Mae .............................. 74,207, 266,329,349 Brewster, Irene M .................................................. 113 Briggs, Kenneth Ralph ...................................... 136,190, 364 Briggs, Lane Claud ........................................ 136, 258,361 Briggs, Robert David ........................................ 96, 201, 405 Briggs, Warren Greenwood ...................................... 96, 405 Briggs, William George ......................................... 136, 335 Briggs, William Winfield .................................... 113, 259, 369 Bright, Robert C ................................................ 152, 381 Brighton, Don Hintze ........................................... 136, 364 Brimhall, Preston B ............................................. 301, 315 Brislain, Donal William .......................................... 93, 259 Brockie, James Leland .......................................... 113, 387 Brodkord, Hazel Marcille ........................................ 74, 353 Brogan, Johnny R ................................................... 295 Brookbush, Betty Jean ................................... 74, 180, 181, 337 Brooks, Bennie Lynn ............................................ 113, 395 Brough, Frederick Lowell ................................... 113, 189, 377 Brown, Caroline Sarmiento ...................................... 152, 345 Brown, Darrell Edgecombe .............................. 113, 182, 258, 375 Brown, Dean Bruce ......................................... 113, 201, 389 Brown, Donita Mae Shulenberger ..................................... 265 Brown, Ellsworth Reade ..................................... 93, 259, 361 Brown, Fred Clark .............................................. 113, 381 Brown,G1adne Florence ......................... 1 Brown, Helen Alice ......... Brown, James Floyd ............................................. 113,391 Brown, James Raymond ............................................. 262 Brown, Joan Marilyn ............................................ 152, 347 Brown, Louis Bayrell ............................................ 113, 377 Brown, Mason Oliver ............................................... 100 Brown, Patricia Lou .................................... 113, 197, 207, 264 Brown, Raymond Wilson ........................................ 113, 367 Brown, Sid Chandler ............................................... 265 Brown, Thomas Harold .............................................. 381 Browne, Robert Wallace ......................................... 113, 357 Broyles, Donna Jean Naomi ...................................... 153, 331 Bruce, James Edmund ............................................... 261 Bruins, Franklin Brewer ......................................... 136, 364 Bruins, Hubert Williams ............................................. 364 Bruni, Peter Joseph ............................................. 153, 357 Brunzell, Bryan Worth 11- ........................................ 153, 377 Buchanan, Sidney Ann .................................. 74, 188, 199, 337 Buck, Donald Dean ................................................. 361 Buckland, Roscoe Lawrence ................................. 184,222, 223 Budarf, Peter Paul .................................................. 87 Budweg,Robe1-1Hans ............................................... 258 Buescher, Carolloanne ..................................... 185,196 208 Bulla, Edward ..................................................... 281 Bumgarner, Dale Alan. . . 1 Bunge, Donald Louis ........................................... 136,395 Bunnell, Arthur Moe ................................................ 35 7 Bunnell, John Gerald ............................................... 513 Buoy, Elmer Edgar ........................................ 285, 289, 366 Burau, Edna Annalyle ........................................... ,340 Burch,1une Arlene .................................... 136, 211, 184,351 Burcham, Ralph Jr .............................................. 113,381 Burgess, Georgia Claire .................................... 114, 247, 335 Burgess, Gloria Hilda ........................................... 136, 343 Burggraf, Mark Allen ............................................ 74, 377 Burkhart, John Napier ............................................... 262 Burkhart, Howard Louis .................................... 114, 278, 359 Burklund, Vernon Douglas .................................. 87, 266,367 Burleigh, Katherine Georjeanne ............................. 136,243,353 Burlison, Vernon Henry ............................................. 91 Burns, Mary Ellen .............................................. 153,343 Burns, Robert Arl ........................................... 96, 185, 196 Burnside, Bonnie Jean ..................... 74, 108, 196, 197, 236, 330, 331 Burr, Phyllis Arlene ................................................ 207 Bush, Eugene Lorin ................................................. 137 Loss of Pep? 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Main 4 Phone 2476 11Service is our Business11 Bush, Harold Douglas ............................................... 357 Bush, Milan Roy ................................................ 114, 373 Bush, Wayne Bowen ........................................... 153, 381 Butle'r, Frances Lillian ...................................... 114,230,337 Butler, Vance E ............................................. 28,137, 395 Buttrey, Benton Wilson ......................................... 185,196 Bybee, Edward Lee ........................................ 114, 276,371 Byrne, Alfred Francis ............................................... 359 C Cady, Theodore Spencer ............................... 100, 215, 232, 387 Calhoun,1ames Richard137, 381 Call,E1moDwight ......................................... 153, 295,375 Ca1l, Max Eugene 74, 375 Callen, David Dean ............................................ 153, 359 Calvert,10hn Howard ........................................... 114,381 Cameron, BilIE ................................................ 153,371 Cameron, William McClure ..................................... 153,381 Camm,A1bertGilbert ...................................... 114,201,371 Campbell, Bernice Loyota ....................................... 137, 331 Campbe11,Betty Louise ............................ 100, 186, 319, 330, 331 Campbell, Charles Bryan ................................... 137,187,381 Campbell, David Wright ........................................ 114,387 Campbell, Donald Paul .......................................... 114,395 Campbe11,GeorgeBruce ...................... 114, 188, 203, 260, 366, 367 Campbe11,0mar Mad1son ....................................... 137,395 Cane,De11Francis ............................................. 137, 381 Canfield,MaryDary1e ...................................... 153,207, 335 Cannon, Joseph Henry .......................................... 137, 384 Caple, Ruth Ann .......................................... 137, 206,349 Carbaugh,WilliamIohr1 ........................................ 105, 391 Carichoff,1ack Stephens ........................................ 153,381 Carlson, Helen Patricia ................................. 153,184,211, 349 Carlson, Herbert Gustave .......................... 137, 308, 310, 390, 391 Carney, Raymond 1r 5,3 381 Carnie, Marybelle ................................ 137,182, 207, 264, 337 Carothers, Lloyd Archie ............................................. 137 Carothers, Norman ................................................. 114 Carpenter, Ralph Windsor ....................................... 137, 35.7 Carr,Char1esIohn ............................................. 153,405 Carson, A11an Newman 173 Carson, Dudley Wright ......................................... 105, 359 Carson, Ellen Claudine ......................................... 137, 266 Carter, Jerry Beall ..................................... 153, 190,329,375 Carter, Margaret Jean ...................................... 137,247,335 Cash, Guy Wesley Ir ........................................... 153,367 Caswe11,WilliamVance ......................................... 137,361 Chadband,1amesFrank ......................................... 153,405 Chaffin, A1len W ............................................... 182,258 Chamberlain, Gaylord Bartlett ............................... 114,281,375 Chaney, James William ............................................. 258 Chaney, Ronald Gene .......................................... 137, 183 Chapman, Donna Altan .75 107, 176, 180, 196, 197, 202, 352, 353 Chase, Wayne Lavern .............................................. 262 404 Chastain, Ross Edmund Jr ........................................ 137,. 387 Chatfield, Leslie Odell .............................................. 137 Chetwood, Lolita May ...................................... 137, 178, 337 Chichester, RogerJ ............................................. 114, 153 Childs, Richard M. D ............................................ 100, 377 Chivers, Garth Thatcher ........................................ 153, 381 Christensen, Anna Colleen .............................. 137, 178, 217, 356 Christensen, Neal R ......................................... 137, 221, 393 Christensen, Wendell Kenneth ................................... 301, 315 Christensen, John Harry ............................................. 107 Christian, Glen Elwood ............................................. 295 Christianson, Charles Severn .................................... 100, 361 Christianson, Clair Curtis ....................................... 137, 367 Chrystal, Don Canfield .......................................... 153,395 Church, Kathryn ............................................... 197, 332 Church, Tomas Holm ............................................... Churchill, Harry Douglas ............................................ 375 Churchill, William Marvin ...................................... 114, 301 Churchill, Winston Herbert ................................. 153, 190, 389 Churchman, Jean Clair ......................................... 153, 349 Churchman, Wilson Francis ................................. 137, 247, 381 C1aney,AltaFern .......................................... 75,207, 340 C1ark,Char1es Ewing ............................. 137, 155, 247,380, 381 C1ark,10hn William ............................................ 114,355 Clark,KennethGa1e ........................................... 137, 381 Clark, Marilyn ............................................ 137,203,333 Clark, Richard Dean 153, 395 Clark, Welden Edward Ir ........................................ 137, 395 Clauser, Barbara Ann .......................................... 153,184 Cleaveland, Elbert Charming ................................ 114,378,379 Clegg, Joseph Louis ............................................ 138, 364 Clements Reed ........................................ 114, 201, 203,357 Clovis,1ames Edward 10,0 405 C1yde,Mary Elizabeth ...................................... 153,184,335 Coate, Forrest Maynard ............................................. 209 Coble, Keith Nelson 96 Cochrane, Byron Dunoway ...................................... 114, 361 Code, Fordyce William ..................................... 138,206,357 Coe, Marjorie Ann 75 , 340 Coiner, George Lawrence ....................................... 114, 357 Cole,1. W ......................................................... 114 Cole,WayneCarlis1e 318 355 Coleman, Elizabeth Jane ............................. 28,114,317, 318, Collette,1. A ....................................................... 105 Collins,Barbara1ear1 ........................................... 138,351 Coltrin, Lewis ................................................. 182, 258 Colvard, Patricia ........................................... 114, 335, 203 Colvard, Richard M ............................................. 138,395 Colwell, Bruce Edward ..................................... 138,259,395 Compton, Gene Henry .......................................... 153,369 Comstock,Dor1 Lee ............................................. 153,361 Comstock,Gera1dMaurice ............................. 138 258,276,361 Cone, Elden Willard 138 364 Cone,1rma Lee ............................................ 138 211, 351 Congdon, Darrell Guerdon 138, 379 Conine, Wallace A ............................................. 138, 387 Conley, Donald Hubert .......................................... 114,377 Conley, Vincent Charles ........................................ 153,389 Connolly, Mary Jane ............................................ 153,333 Conrad, Mary Frances .......................................... 114,337 Contor, Keith Leon ............................................. 153,367 Cooke, George Henry .......................................... 209, 265 Cooke,10yce Lucile .................................... 96,185,196,329 Coon, Laura May .............................................. 138, 340 Coon, Phyllis Mae .......................................... 75,236, 340 Cooper,Dona1d Edgar ..................................... 138, 276,381 Cooper, Florence ............................................. 202,353 Cooper,1anice Lynne ........................................... 138, 331 Cooper, Lucille ............................................ 114. 202, 353 Copenhaver, Howard Vernon ............................ 82, 182, 258, 389 Coppinger, Eugene Alan ........................................ 15 3, 381 Cornwa11,1ean Wesley .......................................... 114,375 Cosho,10hn Largent ........................................ 75,262, 387 Cosho, Louis Harrison .......................................... 262,371 Cothern, John Raymond ......................................... 153, 389 Cottrell, Harold Everett ..................................... 153, 220, 387 Couch, Jay Ellsworth ........................................... 153, 364 Couper, Charles Merrill ............................................. 390 Cowin, George Theodore ....................................... 189, 236 Cox, Jeanne Barbara ....................................... 114, 203, 335 Crabtree, Robert Herman .............................. 138, 3154, 355, 366 Craddock, Carolyn Joy ..................................... 13,8 207,343 Craig, Eugene Sidney .......................................... 138, 359 Cramblet, Molly Eileen ......................................... 153,343 Cramer, Charlotte Anne ......................................... 115,343 Crane, George Ralph .................................. 115, 202, 207, 373 Craner, Lyle Aamodt ....................................... 153,266,381 Cranston, Margaret Cecile .......................... 56, 136, 185, 186, 343 Crawford, Jack Douglas ............................................. 265 Crawford, Harold R ................................................. 1 15 Crawford, Marjorie B ................................................ 115 Creason, Charles Henry ........................................ 138,371 Cree, Robert Victor ......................................... 82,182,258 Cree1,Wilfred Ray ................................................. 38 Crim, Carmel Marie ................................... 138, 185,186,353 Crockett, James Bruce .......................................... 115, 371 Cronkhite, Iackson Edward. 27 Crooks, DeLores Marian ........................................ 153, 353 Cross, Ralph ......................................... 138, 202, 207, 373 Crouch, Beverly Carline ................................ 115, 153, 207, 340 Crouch, Robert Brighton ............................................ 385 Crowther, Richard Gordon .......................................... 206 Culbertson,1ack Lester ................................. 75, 201, 354, 355 Culbertson, Robert Lloyd ........................................ 153,357 Cundall, Lois Annette ...................................... 153, 211, Curtis, Henry Goodman ..................................... 75,222, Curtis, Leverett Bartlett ..................................... 138,259, Curtis, Thomas H ...................................... 115, 202, 258, 361 Cushman, Glenn Charles ................................... 281, 301, 316 Cutler, John Elbert ............................................. 138, 364 Cutler, Newton Willard ............................ 138, 189, 202, 248, 395 D Daffer, Helen Arline ............................................ 115, 337 Daggett, Lida Mae ............................................. 153, 340 Dahle, Donald Gordon ................................. 138, 209, 260, 381 Dahlstrom, Robert Victor ........................................ 177, Dailey,10hn Kenneth ........... Daily, Paul James ...... Dalling, Marshall Paul .......................................... Dalva, Harry Owen ............................... 138,218,219, 2120, 364 Dammarell,1ean Elton .......................................... 118, 337 Dammarell, Neil Stanton ......................................... 4,05 Dana, Ioth ...................................... 96, 285, 286, 31910, 391 Danquist, Hazel Claire .......................................... 115,337 Damall, Glenn McClellan Ir ..................................... 153, 359 Darwin, Sheila Claire ............................. 138, 178, 203, 347, 364 Daubner, Patricia Eileen ......................................... 75, 343 Daugherty, Noreen Rose ........................................ 153, 331 Daugherty, Norma Jean ......................................... 153, 331 Davidson, William Thomas .............................. 115, 186, 188, 217 Davies, June ...................................... 75, 188,264,328, 329 Davis, Clifford Luther ........................................... 115,364 Davis, Elmo Warren .................................... 82,182, 258,387 Davis,E1sie Lorraine ............................................ 153,345 Davis, Kenneth Oliver .......................................... 1,53 381 Davis, Lynette Elenore .......................... 75,211, 206, 247, 261, 347 Davis, Raynold David ........................................... 153,381 Day, James Robert .......................................... 131, 195, 258 Day, Patrick 0 ......................................... 115, 138, 369, 381 Day, Paul Joseph ............................................... 138, 395 Day, Rex Alvin ................................................ 138, 387 Dedrick, Keith K.. . . , Deeds, Howard Merle ........................................... 139, 364 Deerkop, Barbara Jean ..................................... 115, 202, 337 Deerkop, Ellen Eileen ........................................... 115, 337 DeHaven, Harry William ........................................ 139, 355 DeKlotz, Gilbert Frank Ir .................................... 153,353,381 DeKIotz, Mary Eleanor .......................................... 115,207 DeLorme, Woodrow Wilson ................................. 285,288,289 Demick, Eli .................................................... 139,381 DeMoss, Louis William .......................................... 182,190 Demuzio, Gene .................................................... 115 DeNeal, Larry .................................................. 115, 395 Denevan, Helen Jean ....................................... 139, 264, 340 Denison, Richard Lincoln ........................................ 139, 395 Denman, Alvin Lindsay ............................ 115, 220, 246, 278, 389 Denman,E1izabeth Ann ..................................... 153,184,335 Denman, George Ernest 1r ........................................ 75 377 Deobald, Gabriella Mae ........................... 139, 178, 207, 264, 337 Deobald, Theodore Lee ............................................. 261 Deobald, William Albert ......................................... 115,405 DePalmo,1esse LeRoy ...................................... 139,278,389 DePartee, James Hovand ........................................ 139, 364 DeVries. 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' ............. 100, 183,201, 374, 375 Dinnison, Richard Burton 1,39 375 Dion, Joseph F ............................................. 115,189,389 Dirkse,Dona1d1ames 220 Dobler,LeonardA11en ..................................... 190, 260, 262 Dodds, Perry Walter ................................................ 222 Dodel, Walter Warren .............................................. 265 Dodge, George Herbert ......................................... 139,364 Dolgner, Darrel Dean ........................................... 115,395 Dominick, Robert Francis ........................................ 115,266 Domowitz,1ulius Harry 75 Donaldson,CharlesRusse11 ...................................... 187,261 Doner, Glen Irving ............................................. 139,361 Doolittle, George Richard ........................................ 154, 395 Dore, Marguerite Blanche ................................... 115,197, 347 Douglas, Bobbie Jean ....................................... 75,197,349 Doupe, Roy Francis ............................................. 154,381 Doupe, Troy Francis ............................................ 154,381 Dowling, James Howard ......................................... 115,375 Downing, Frieda Dorothy ........................................ 75,329 Downing Joseph Calvin ............................................. 21 1 Downing, Miriam Rose .......................................... 154,353 Doyle, Jack Shaw ...................................... 139, 261,381, 385 Draper, Betty L ............................................ 139, 319, 340 Draper, Kenneth Darrell .................................. 115,207,381 Drenker, Emil George ........................................... 116, 377 Driggs, Ora Lucille ............................................. 139,347 Driscoll,IamesDona1d ...................................... 116,139,375 Driscoll, Walter Joseph 374,375 Driver, William Robert .......................................... 139,364 Duerig, Nancy ............................................ 154,206,351 Dulin, Ralph Vernon ................................................ 381 Dummitt, Harold Ray ................................................ 139 Duncan, Catherine Mae ......................................... 13 9, 345 Dunn, Thomas Monroe .................... 87, 190, 202, 259, 260, 354, 355 Dunson, LewisRoland 139,361 Durtschi, John Ray .................................................. 207 DuSauIt, Mary Anne ,343 Dwyer, Patricia Anne .............................. 116,197,200, 203, 333 E Eakin, James Ivan .............................................. 154,382 Eames, Aerial G. 11" ..................................... Earl, Marvin Isaac ......................................... 28,189,285 Early, Geraldine Myra .......................................... 116,333 406 Eastman, Helen Lorraine ........................................ 100, 345 Eastman,Wi11iamByron .................................... 116,202, 395 Easton, Gene Douglas ...................................... 139,258,395 Eaton,C1arence Douglas ........................................ 139,367 Ebbe, Colleen Ann ......................................... 154,184,347 Echeverria, Isaac Leon .......................................... 139, 395 Eddington, Henry Kay .......................................... 116, 382 Edmark, David Augustus ........................................ 100, 389 Edmark, Thomas Linder ................................. 154,186, 311, 387 Edwards, Mary Ellen ................................... 75, 183, 219, 337 Edwards, Stanley Warren ....................................... 154,382 Edwards, Victor William ........................................ 139,324 Effertz, William Edmund ............................................. 375 Egger, Carol Lee ............................................... 154,345 Eimers, Charles William ................................. 96,301, 316, 355 Eimers, Gilbert William Jr 116,375 Eisenhauer,MarionLong..75, 108, 175, 176, 188, 203,211,264, 319,350, 351 Eke, Loretta Carolyn ............................................ 75,197 Eke, Margaret Louise .................................. 139, 264,266,329 Elam, Jo Anne ................................. 33,139,178, 182, 218, 343 Ellersick, Frank John ................................................ 258 Elliott, Jack Bruce .......................................... 116,313,371 Ellis, Donald Davis ..................................... 139, 190,310,364 Ellis, Douglas Lee .......................................... 116,313,355 Ellis, Evan Linvill .............................................. 154, 364 Ellis, John Edward .......................................... 116,182,371 Ellis, Marlow Keith .1139 367 Emerson, William Sage ..................................... 140,189,367 Endicott, Donald Lee .......................................... 140,382 English, Robert Barnes .......................................... 140,395 Epperson, Loralee .......................................... 154,184,329 Erickson, Charles Walter 14,0 355 Erickson, Ernest William ........................................ 140,367 Erickson, Kenneth William ....................................... 116,377 Erickson, LaVerne Sigfred ....................................... 116,181 Erickson, Patricia .............................................. 154,345 Erlick, Abraham ........................................... 116,265,382 Erramouspe, Albert 82, 361 Euscher, Mark Kamess ......................................... 140,382 Evans, Aaron Donald ......... 75, 116, 129, 194, 198, 201, 266, 272, 366, 367 Evans, Bernice Marie ............................................ 96, 337 Evans, Beverly Doreen .......................................... 154, 333 Evans,10thau11r ............... 96, 177, 183, 285, 289, 301, 302, 317, 390 Evans, Thomas Culbertson ................................... 93,202,395 Everett, Aaron Bernard ............................................. 180 Eyestone, Robert Dale .............................. 82, 183, 195,258,405 Eyrich, Joseph Fred ............................................ 140, 361 F Faber, Harold Edward .......................................... 154, 364 Faber, Robert Arnol ............................................ 140, 375 Fagan, Lyle James .................................................. 278 Fahrenwald, Richard Ellsworth .......................... 100, 189,254,354 Fairchild, Richard Edward .................................. 116, 265, 395 Farley, Irvin Howard ................................................ 190 Farmer, Frederick Parks ................... 116, 211, 220,247, 260, 261,385 Farmer,1ames Eugene Jr ................... 116, 185, 186, 189, 311, 390, 391 Farnham, Norman Gardner ........................ 140, 278, 313, 390,391 Farnlun, Ella Marie ....................... 140, 185, 186, 194, 198 350, 353 Farrell, Robert Eugene ...................................... 116,220,377 Faulkner,Donald10seph ............................................ 140 Faull, Elford Bruce ......................................... 140, 358, Faylor, Lloyd Dale ...... Fearn, Cabell Junior ................................................ 259 Feely, John Brophy ............................................. 140, 361 Feeney, Thomas William ........................................ 116, 355 Feldhusen, Jean Marian ..................................... 116, 264, 331 Feldhusen, John Sierk Jr ..................................... 116, 258, 369 Ferguson, Donald Norton ........................................ 116, 391 Ferguson, Geneva Re ........ 76, 108, 176, 180, 183, 200, 203, 222, 223, 343 Pickling, Robert Mitchell ........................................ 116, 382 Field, Richard Wesley .......................................... 140, 389 Fike, Richard Warren ........................................... 140, 355 Finkelnburg, Douglas Elliott ................................. 116, 218, 391 Finlayson, Robert Milton ........................... 140, 202, 236, 247, 361 Fisher, Joseph Elqin Jr ........................................... 116, 395 Fisher, LeNoir John Ir ........................................... 154, 391 Fisher, Reed T ...................................................... 116 Fisher, Wayland Irving .............................................. 265 Fisk, Roger Lee ............................................ 140, 220, 395 Fitch, Carol Cleone ........................................ 140,178,181 Fitzgerald, Rosemary ....................................... 178, 350, 351 Fitzroy, Henry Charles .......................................... 154, 395 Flerchinger, Francis Henry .......................................... 140 Fletcher, Clarence Ray .............................................. 258 Fletcher, Jeannette Inez ............................................. 335 Flora, CharIes Preston .............................................. 258 Flory, Gary Robert ......................................... 116, 202, 359 Flynn, Rose Dorothy ............................................ 116, 337 Fodrea, Donald James ............................................... 276 Foley, Eileen May ......................................... 154, 207, 340 Foley, Margaret Ellis ....................................... 140, 207, 340 Folkins, Dan Lee ............................................... 140, 364 Folletf, George Howard ..................................... 140, 190, 375 Forbush, Harold Sanford .................................... 186, 187, 261 Forrey, Marion Alice ....................................... 117, 186, 337 Forster, Robert Larson .................................. 117, 206, 266, 364 Foskett, Sally Jane ............................ 117, 186, 236, 323, 352, 353 Foster, Allan Douglas ........................................... 105, 371 Foster, Gordon William .......................................... 76, 371 Foster, Jeanne Lorene .................................. 140, 182, 211, 349 Foster, Marion Grant ........................................... 140, 405 Foster, William Haas ................................................ 261 Fothergill, Ralph Robert ......................................... 154, 282 Fowler, Vernone Mae ...................................... 154, 207, 353 Francis,Mer11n Fredrick ........................................ .369 Frandsen, Edward Mathis ....................................... 140, 387 Frank, George Jr .................................................... 154 Fray, William Henry ................................................ 295 Frazier, George David ...................................... 117, 259, 381 Frazier, Kathleen Kay ...................................... 154, 207, 329 Fredericksen, John Homer .............................. 117, 140, 258, 369 Freeland, Joyce Ann ........................... 140, 185, 186, 211, 350, 351 Freiermuth, Leo 1. 1r ........................................ 140, 262, 377 Frensdorf, Blanche Ellen ........................................ 117, 353 Frink, Robert Lemuel ........................... Fry, Eleanora Arms ...... . . . ...................... 76, 180, 263 Fry, Iohn Leroy .................................................... 259 Fry, Martin Louis ........................................... 82, 182, 258 Fugate, Carol Isabella .............................. 117, 184, 211, 220, 347 Fulton, Alonzo James ........................................... 140, 359 Funkhouser, William Howard ........................................ 154 Furey, Jack Bartlett ................................................. 187 G Gabica, Henry ................................................. 140, 395 Galdos, Tony .................................................. 154, 367 Galey, Dorothy ............................................ 140, 266, 335 Galey, Frank Sterrett Ir .......................................... 117, 375 Gallup, Darrell Love ................................... 82, 182, 258, 373 Gallup, Lyvonne Lee ....................................... 140, 178, 343 Galvin, Maxine Claranore ................. 117, 206, 211, 226, 247, 261, 333 Gandiago, Carmen Ande ................................... 140, 318, 349 Gano Jay Miles ................. 100, 177, 183, 278,301, 302,317, 374,395 Garber,Ever1y Ann ................... 117, 129, 130, 178, 185, 186, 272,343 Garber, John Augustus .......................................... 91,367 Gardner, Daniel George ....................... Gardner, Harvey Eugene. . , Gardner, Lela ................................................. 141, 351 Garlock, Richard Loren ..................................... 141, 182, 377 Garner, Joyce Olive ..................................... 11, 141, 178, 351 Garrard, LaMar Elwin ...................................... 87, 265, 382 Garrett, Robert Bryant .......................................... 117, 361 Garrison, Beverly Jean .......................................... 117, 349 Gartin, William James ...................................... 141, 390, 391 Gaudin, Dora Joy .......................................... 154, 206, 349 Gaut, Pamela Eleanor ...................................... 154, 223, 349 Gaylord, Frank Everett ................................. 141, 154, 261, 367 Gaylord, George Andrew ........................................... 367 Geertsen, Dorothy Ann .......................................... 141, 343 Geisler, Blair M 117, 373 Geisler, Dick Gaylen .............................. 141, 301, 302, 316, 373 Gerber, Harold Eberhard ................................... 117, 262, 267 Gerlitz, Richard Kenneth ............................................ 208 Gerraughty, Elizabeth Jeanne .................................... 141, 331 Gessel, Verl LeRoy ............................................. 117, 373 Getty, IoAnn Margaret ......................... 28, 154, 211, 247, 261, 349 Gibbs, 1ohn Thomas ........................................ 141, 222, 395 Gibler, James Edgar ................................................ 262 Gibson,BurtonWesley..........1.......... .. , Gidley, Howard William ........................................ 141, 382 Giese, Gwendolyn ..................................... ' ............ 261 EUNGRATULATIUNS Graduates of '48! Whether you enter the active business and industrial world now, or after further study, the American system of free enterprise needs your indiu vidual skills and talents, your service to your country and community4and offers great opportunity and reward. You will find us headquarters for school supplies, gifts-and at the lowest possible price. The F0NK1S 511 to $1.00 810111 WASHINGTON WATER POWER EUMPANY 1 I: II :CHEVROLET: I Idahds Largest Automobile Company MCMONIGlE CHEVDOlET Lewiston 11127 - - - L Cadillac Van gngelelu Burley Rupert Twin F alls American Falls Giesler, Harry Richard .......................................... 141,395 Gilb, Charles Edwin ...................... 117, 131, 200, 201, 203,266,357 Gilbert, Nada ............................................. 117,207,337 Giles, Thomas Ford ............................................. 117,382 Glarborg, Eleanor Caroline .......................................... Glarborg, George Myron ........................................ 141,260 Glaves, Virgil Max ............................................. 154,371 Gleason, Vilas M ........................................... 117, 261,395 Glenn, Elaine Alfreda ............................................... 215 Goble, George Gordon ..................................... 154, 190,371 Gochnour, Clyde Everett ........................................ 141,364 Godecke, Stanley Henry ................................ 117, 189, 198, 405 Goenne, Elizabeth Arline ........................................ 36, 340 Goff, Hollis Russell ................................................. 259 Gogenola, Joseph John ......................................... 260, 378 Goldsberry, Kenneth Brown ......................... 117,202,211, 261, 382 Goodman, Richard Theodore ................................. 96,285,405 Goodman, William Thomas ...................................... 154, 391 Goodwin, Virginia Christine ..................................... 154, 340 Gooing, Billie Evelyn ........................................... 1,41 337 Gordon, Beverly ................................... 33, 141, 217, 231, 335 Gordon, Richard Eugene ......................................... 87, 265 Gorrono, Louie .................................................... 187 Gorshe, William Albert ............................................. 261 Gossett, Robert Milton .............................................. 276 Gould,Ear1 Maynard ...................................... 100, 2166, 382 Goulder, Clarisse Louise ........................................ 4207 Graham, Bonnie Mae .................................. 154,207, 345,350 Graham, Guy Cameron ..................................... 117,191,361 Granlund, Arthur Wilburn ...................................... 117,391 Granlund, Harold Eugen'e ....................................... 100. 361 Grant, Naoma Ruth.. . . . . . . . . ........................ 141, 319, 337 Grant, Violette Rose ....................................... 117,319,337 Graves,1ames L 117 Graves, Jeanne Thelma ......................... 96,185,197, 319,337, 359 Gray, Patrice Merle ............................................ 154,343 Gray, Shirley Jean ..... ' Gray, Warren Robert ........................................... 154,382 Gray, William Wallace ..................................... 154,258,391 Greaves, Dorothy Dean .................................. 29, 117, 217, 345 Greef, Edward Ballou 87,367 Green, Calvin Edgar ............................................... 313 Green, Charles Everett 278 Green, Normand Worcester ................................. 154,311,382 Green, Patricia Joan ........................... 117, 155, 186, 201, 12111, 347 Green, Shirley Kelline ,343 Greenough, Virginia June .............................. 11318621103335 Greenway, Shirley Virginia118, 343 Greenwell, Lois ................................................ 6, 343 Greenwood, Charlotte Ruth ................................. 141,236,337 Greenwood,Wi11iam Frederick .................................. 154,395 Gregorie,Bever1y June ......................................... 154,333 Gregory, Jean Florence ......................................... 118,331 Gregory, John Bernard Jr ............................................ 355 Gregory, Rowena Mae .......................................... 211, 353 Grey, Alan Edgar ............................................... 76, 377 408 Grider, Rooney James .......................................... 154,371 Grieb, Donald Robert ........................................... 141, 382 Grieser, Edgar John ............................................ 100,367 Griff, Arthur Herman ........................................... 141,387 Griffin, Frederick Benjamin ................................. 118,266,377 Griffin, Jane Cunningham .............................. 100, 186, 266, 347 Griffith, Arthur William 260 Griffiths, Robert H ...................................... 87,259,260, 395 Grimm, Celo Hillis 141 Grimm, Edwin Alvin ............................................ 76,375 Grimmett, Earl Shephard 262 Grimmett, John Orson .......... , .............. 76,187, 1188 207, 265,373 Gronneberg, Edward Norman 21,0,6 208, 405 Grove, Joseph 0,1 315 Grubb, John Frank ............................................. 1354, 382 Guilfoy, Thomas Patrick ......................................... 118,355 Gunn,10hnWilliam .................................... 89,186,187, 261 Gunnels, Gerald Wesley 301 311 Gust, George William 31 Gustafson, Shirley Ann ..................................... 76,328,329 H Haas, George Edward .................................. 96, 265,266,389 Haddock, Garth DeWitt ..................................... 101, 226, 266 Hadley, Keith I Hale, Claire Louise .................................. 56, 76, 181,203,349 Hall, Celia Arill 141,340 Hall, Maxon Hugh .............................................. 141,395 Hall, Robert Edward ............................................ 154, 4395 Hall, Zane Carroll ..................................... 141, 2102, 207, 373 Halley, Phyllis Elinor 20,3 343 Halliday, Beverly .............................................. 154,343 Halmon, Elaine Marie ........................................... 155,337 Halverson, Burnelda Leora .................................. 141, 330 331 Hamilton, Clarence James ................................... 186,187, 261 Hamilton,10thatrick ...................................... 141, 247,391 Hammond, Constance ...................................... 155,207,340 Hammond, Dale Lewis ...................................... 96,308 387 Hamond,1ames Carlyle ......................................... 285,290 Hamon, Clarke Alfred ...................................... 155,312,382 Hande1,AnnaMae ......................................... 141, 264, 329 Hankins, Patricia Joyce 5,343 Hans, John L. Jr ............................................ 187, 188,215 Hansberry, John Hugh 190 Hansen, Carolyn Lou ........................................... 155,340 Hansen, Charles Julius 39 95 Hansen, Donald Taylor Hansen, Henry Boyd ............................... 101,109,183,201,389 Hansen, Milton Reed ................. 155, 258, 389 Hansen, Orval Howard ........................ 141, 187,207, 232,258,389 Hansen, Richard Lyman ......................................... 155,359 Hansen, Welland Andrew 141 Hansen, William Dale .............................. 118,182,189,236,389 Hanson, Alvin Sherwood 5,395 Hanson, Bruce Oliver ................................... 118, 131, 195, 387 Hanson, Oliver Wendell ........................................ 142, 364 Hanson, Verona Joyce ........................................... 76, 191 Hardin, Mary Ann ..... . . Hardin, Robert Allan ................................... , Hardin, Rolland Bill ............................................ 142, 371 Harding, Merwin Craig ......................................... 142, 367 Hargis, Marie Etta .................................................. 340 Harland, Rosemary ................................. 78, 142, 182,206, 349 Harlow, Francis James .............................................. 87 Harness, Alvin Lee .............................................. 87,364 iHaroldsen, George Ivan .................................... 118,259,382 Haroldsen, Norman Victor .................................. 142,207,382 Harp, Walter Dorman ............................................... 364 Harper, Donald Perry ........................................... 155, 246 Harper, Shirley Jeanne ......................................... 142,335 Harrigfeld, Chris Lewis ............................................. Harris, Bud Schulthess .................................. 118, 131, 201, 377 Harris, Dee Meikle .............................................. 82, 218 Harris, John Gilbert ............................................ 142, 387 Harris, Margaret Claire ..................................... 118, 202, 337 Harris, Maybelle Elaine ...................................... 76, 96, 335 Harris, Mildred Louise .......................................... 142, 351 Harris, Polly Blanche .............................. 109, 183, 203, 217, 350 Harris, Reed Layman ....................................... 142, 207, 382 Harrop, Edith Marion ....................................... 118,328,329 Hart, Ralph Daniel ..................... . 1.55, 258, 395 Hart, Sharon Eloise ................................................. 155 Hartman,W11manyce ........................................... 76, 340 Hartwell, Marion Grace ......................................... 142, 178 Hartwig, Leonard Emmett ....................................... 155, 395 Hasbrouck, John Herman ................................... 155, 258, 369 Hasbrouck, Willa Marie ................................ 118, 238, 319, 349 Hathway, Cecil William ............................................. 295 Hattrup, Gerald James ............................. 87, 190, 232, 263, 369 Haugland, George Toralf ................................... 155,206,382 Haumont, Thomas Warren ........................................... 42 Haverkamp, Ralph Eugene ...................................... ,382 Hawksworth, Francis Goode ............................ 191, 244, 245, 259 Hawley, Agnes Elizabeth Mary ................................... 155,335 Hayden, Kenneth Don .......................................... 155,395 Hayes, Bethene ................................................ 142,337 Hayes, Donald Robert .......................................... 266, 390 Hayes, Earl Eugene .................................. 3, 101, 107, 238, 357 Hayes, Paul Brander ............................................ 142, 364 Hayes, Walter C .................................................... 118 Haymond, Shirley Lane ......................................... 118, 343 Haynes, Donald G .......................................... 118, 295, 391 Hays, William Dent ................................... 118,203,375 Heap, Edward Higbee .............................................. 261 Heap, Lloyd Raymond .......................................... 142, 385 Hedelius, Robert Keith ..................................... 142,258,373 Heer, Leo Robert ............................................... 155,382 Hege, Clark Carl ........................................... 118,189,377 Heidt, Ruth Anne .............................................. 155,337 Heinrich, Beverly Kae .......................................... 142,345 Helm, Stephen ..................................................... 261 Helmsworth, Frank William ...................................... 118,375 Helmsworth, Gretchen Ann ..................................... 142,335 Henderlider, Robert Melvin 18 Henderson, Joel LeRoy .................................. Henderson, Wynne Beale ................................... 142, 179, 377 Hendricks, Robert Rex .............................................. 261 Henricus,10hnFrancis ..................................... 118,380,382 Heppner, Leo Donald Darwin ..................................... 76,395 Herman, Shirley Ann ............................................ 96,335 Herrington, Helen Corinne ...................................... 142,331 Harrington, Lois May ........................................... 118,331 Herron, John Oliver 11 ........................................... 93,395 Herzinger, Norman Stanley ...................................... 142,361 Hess, Garth ................................................... 155,373 Heyer, Barbara Jean ............................................ 155,340 Heywood, Betty Mae ....................................... 155,217,353 Hicks, Bennie Gene ................................................ 295 Hieronymus, Lona Marie. . . . . . . . 1 .......................... 155, 207, 340 Hill, Betty Jean ................................................ 155, 345 Hill, Dorothy Genevieve ......................................... 96, 347 Hill, James Harry ........................................... 155, 186, 387 H111, Rhoda Marie .............................................. 142, 347 Hill, Ronald Ernest ............................................. 142, 382 Hillman, Russell Gheen ......................................... 142, 364 Hilmer, Virginia May ........................................... 4,2 343 Hinchey, Lila Arlene ........................... 96, 186, 197, 201, 330,331 Hindle, Barbara Jane. 4,2 206,351 Hiner, David Lorrine ........................................... 190, 278 Hirschi, Gene William .......................................... 142,373 Hlastala, Michael Stephen ........................................... 265 Ho, ChunT a1 .................................................. 105,382 Hodge,Wi1ma Jean .................................... 142, 196, 211, 337 Hodgson, Lois Audrey ...................................... 155,261,345 Hodgson, Thomas Gene ......................................... 155,382 Hoffbuhr, Walter Herman ............................... 118, 182,258,371 Hoffman, Dwight Spear ............................................. 262 Hofmann, Carol Jeanne ........... 118,188,197,201, 203,207, 264, 328, 329 Hofmann, Robert Iulius ...................................... 87 259,377 Holden. Betty Jean .............................................. 118, 340 Holderness, Ruby Elizabeth ...................................... 118, 340 Holen, Dorothy May ............................................ 119, 349 Holen, Norman Einor ............................................ 82, 361 Holland, John Thomas ........................................... 119, 359 Holland, Maurice Eugene ........................................ 119, 355 Holley, Melvin ..................................................... 261 Hollingworth, William Marvin ................................... 142, 364 Holmes, Dean ...................................................... 155 Holt, Edward Henry ................................................ 31 1 Holton, Norman Lloyd .......................................... 142, 382 Holyoack, Alan Bruce .......................................... 155,382 Hoobing, Alice Marie Taylor ..................................... 118,343 Hooper, Betty Lou ..................................... 142,264, 276,329 Hooper, Bob Allan ............................................. 42,395 110 East Fifth Street - - Nationally-known CAMERAS Ansco Ampro Argus Bell and Howell Bolex Defender Graflex Kodak Leica Revere Rolliflex Commercia1 Photography Quahty Photo Finishing Ky1e's Photo Supp1y Moscow, Idaho Ask Your Grocer for RGYAL CLUB Fine Fmds 61 Years of Undisputed Highest Quality Distributed by MASON, EHRMAN 8: CO. 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' .................... 76, 180, 181, 207, 337 Hurless, Harry D ................................................... 1 19 Hurless, Paul MCClean .......................................... 96, 405 Hussey, Basil Lewis ............................................. 119, 364 Hutchinson, Joann .......................................... 155, 211, 347 Hutton, John Clinton ....................................... 143, 265, 395 Hveem, Frank McCormack ....................................... 119, 387 Hyde, Paul Eugene ............................................. 119, 155 Hyde, Rosel Henderson .................................... 207, 382, 395 Hyland, Frederick Barnell ....................................... 155, 382 410 I Iglesias, Rashio Isaac ....................................... 119, 202, 395 Ikeda, John Isamu .......................................... 101, 313, 369 Ingalls, James Wendall ..................................... 119, 203, 361 Ingebritsen, Allen Gail ..................................... 190, 208, 258 Ingersoll, Robert Eugene ........................................ 155, 355 Inghram, Evelyn Frances ............................... 155, 211, 220, 347 Inghram, Retha Marie ....................................... 119, 211, 347 Ingraham, Betty Jean ................... 76, 109, 181, 194, 197, 198, 211, 343 Ingram, Bonnielo ................................................... 340 10set, Richard Ray .............................................. 143, 347 Irving, Robert Neil Jr ............................................ 73, 313 Isaman, Francis Edward ............................................. 395 Isaman, Harry Franklin ......................................... 155, 258 J Iackle, Erma Jean .............................................. 143, 331 Jackson, Donald Lee ................................... 185, 186, 207, 382 Jackson, Gene Mercere 155, 382 Jackson, Margaret Jane .................................. 96, 185, 196, 343 Iacobs, Frank Harris ........................................ 82, 182, 258 Jacobs, Gloria 76, 207, 337 Iacobsen, Shirley Lou ............................. 143, 178, 202, 222, 349 Jacobson, Donald Marshall ...................................... 143, 362 Jain, Walter Lewis ......................................... 119, 247, 396 Jansen, Martha Joan 155, 337 Jardine, Maimie Eliza Faye .......................... 119, 211, 220, 264, 337 Jasper, Mary Alice ..................................... 119, 188, 199, 335 Iausoro, Tony R ................................. 143, 375 Iaussi, Harold Chester .......................................... 301, 318 Jenkins, Caroline ............................................... 120, 329 Jensen, Berne Kimball 1 Jensen, Doris Anne ............................................. Jensen, Edgar Bjornson ......................................... Jensen, Jeannette Ila ....................................... 120, 208, 338 Jensen, Stanley James ............................. 120, 182, 202, 258, 362 Jenson, Doyle S 259, 260 Ieppesen, Sylvan ............................................... 261, 358 Iergensen, Claire 77, 264 Jergensen, Keith E ..................................... 143, 202, 207, 382 Iesness, Cynthia Ann ....................................... 77, 203, 331 less, Donald Albert ........................................ 120, 260, 382 Iohannesen, Mark Meyer 93, 191 Johansen, Jack Daniel ........................................... 120, 377 Johnson, Alice Marie ........................................... Johnson, Benjamin Franklin ...................................... Johnson, Betty Jean ............................................. Johnson, Chester Vernon ................................... 143, 285, 405 Johnson, David Lawrence ....................................... 190, 260 Johnson, Donald Lloyd .............................................. 405 Johnson, Geraldine .................................... 120, 197, 203, 349 Johnson, Geraldine Mae ........................................ 156, 353 Johnson, Homer Nolan .............................................. 395 u 4.N1NW$WK m 3 $ Johnson, James Allan ....................................... 143, 201,387 Johnson,1ames Wendell ............................................. 191 10hnson,10anne Marie .......................................... 156,329 Johnson, Margery Anne ........................................ 220, 338 Johnson, Marjorie Lorraine .................................. 156, 211, 333 Johnson, Marjorie Luella. . . Johnson, Maxine E Johnson, Monte Rae ............................................ 120, 387 Johnson, Nolan H ................................................... 120 Johnson, Norman Stanley ................................... 120, 2165, 382 Johnson, Philip Anderson ....................................... 3, 361 Johnson, Philip Ellis .................................... 86, 190, 259, 260 Johnson, Philip Walter ........................................... 82, 385 Johnson, Ra1ph Clifton .............................................. 101 Johnson, Richard Elbert ................................ 156, 182, 266, 377 Johnson, Roger Sylvan ................................. 156, 258, 276, 382 Johnson, Sumner Maurice ....................... 86, 183, 190, 201, 259, 271 Johnson, Thane 1 ...................................... 207, 246, 278, 308 Johnson, Thomas Harry ......................................... 156, 391 Johnson, Warren Eldon ......................................... 143, 389 Johnson, Warren Hartley .......................... 143, 188, 246, 266, 364 Johnston, Chloe Irene ........................................... 120, 351 Johnston, Clarence Edward ...................................... 143, 367 Johnston, Donald Eugene ............................................ 143 Johnston, Harold Burton ......................................... 156, 382 Iohnstone, Dale Aubrey .................................... 156, 258, 359 Iohnstone, Marjorie Jean ........................................ 143, 340 Jonas, Robert James ......... . . . ....................... 143, 220, 395 Jones, Betty Lou ............................................... 120, 340 Jones, Calvin G ........................................ 143, 211, 261, 355 Jones, Edward LeRoy ........................................... 156, 382 Jones, Henry King .............................................. 143, 382 Jones, Jack Edwin .................................................. 285 Jones, Jean Paul .................................................... 266 Jones, Khalil ................................................... 143, 355 Jones, Lawrence ............................................... 144, 355 Jones, Leda Jeanenne ...................................... 144, 202, 340 Jones, John William .................................... 144, 182, 258, 364 Jones, Mary Agnes .................................... 144, 264, 276, 338 Jones, William James ............................................... 89 Jordan, Everett Junior ........................................... 144, 364 Jordan, John Richard ........................................... 156, 371 Jordan, Joseph Leonard ..................................... 156, 354, 355 Jordan, Patricia Ann ........... . ......................... 77, 198, 203, 333 Jordan, Patricia Jean ....................................... 144, 194, 349 Ioslyn, Gordon Everett .............................................. 259 Judd, Harry Lewis .............................................. 120, 362 Judd, Hugh Hastings 11' .......................................... 144, 395 Judd, Keith Ray .................................................... 156 Julian, Donald Eugene .......................................... 120, 357 Julian, Gordon Ray ............................................. 120, 369 Justice, Eleanor Earl ....................................... 156, 207, 353 Iuve, Henrik Dahl Jr ......................................... 28, 144, 188 K Kaisaki, Amie ................................................. 156, 345 Kalamarides, Peter Joseph ....................................... 187, 261 Kane, Charles Baird Ir ...................................... 144,382,385 Kateron, Mary Margaret ...... . . . 120,353 Kavanaugh, Joseph Hildward ................................ 120,259,359 Kawasoe,1da .................................................. 144,353 Kayler, John Clayton ........................................... 156, 375 Keating, Gladys Belbatine ...................................... 207, 367 Keating, Warren W ................................................. 120 Keefer, Keith Boyd ......................................... 156, 261, 364 Keenan, John Charles ............................................... 280 Keithley, Carol Roderick ........................................ 120, 382 Kelley, Alene May ............................................. 144, 335 Kelley, Helen Patricia .......................................... 120, 349 Kelley, Verna Jean ......................................... 77, 350, 351 Kelly, Eugene Durwood ......................................... 144, 375 Kelly, William Robert ........................................... 144, 375 Kelton, Sheila Theresa .......................................... 156,353 Kemper, John Ray ................................ ' .............. 187,261 Kennedy, William B ................................................. 261 Kenney, John Herbert ........................................... 101,377 Kent, Beverly June ............................................. 156, 211 Kenyon, Wallace E ................................................. 120 Kerby, Marjorie Jean ....................................... 156, 207, 329 Kerby, Mark Wayne ............................................ 120, 355 Kerby, William Edmund ........................................ 156, 369 Kerka,He1en Marie ............................................ 120, 349 Kerfoot, Walter Bruce. Kerr, Thomas Baileyn Kersey, Samuel Earl ................................... 144, 190, 313, 389 Kettenbach, Frank William ...................................... 144, 375 Kettenbach, Harriett Ann ....................................... 156, 343 Kettenbach,1ean Elizabeth ............................... 28, 120, 221, 343 Kiblen, Charles Joseph .............................................. 261 Kidwell, Richard Alvin .......................................... 97, 382 Kidwell, Robert Vern ............................................ 89, 395 Kiler, Alvard R ..................................................... 120 Kilsgaard, Carl Christen ........................................ 285, 290 Kilpatrick, Mary Ellen .................................. 120, 184, 211, 353 Kimberling, Marvin Sherwood ................................... 120, 377 Kimes, Betty Jean ............................................... 97, 335 King, Charles Patrick ........................................... 189, 366 King, Donald Francis ....................................... 120, 266,375 King, Ray Clifton ............................................... 156,359 King, Wilbur Dean .................................... 120,190 203,371 Kingsford Leonard Ormond ................................. 187,261,396 Kinmouth, Ray Delos ........................................... 156, 357 Kinney, Carl Edward ........................................... 144, 382 Kinnison, Frances Donna .................................... 121, 258, 340 Kinnison, Frank Donald ................................ 156, 186,258,341 Kinsey, A. 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Douglas Clayton ..................................... 156,206,357 Knox, Francis Patricia ........................................... 77,333 Knox, Shirley Ann ......................................... 101,186,335 Knudsen, Jean Adele ........................................... 144,353 Knudtsen, Cliford Wayne ....................................... 144,387 Koelsch,W1111am Alfred 1r ....................................... 144,389 Koethe, Dean Gatewood ........................................ 144, 382 Kohl, Fred Ernest .............................................. 144,396 Kohring, Kent Gerhard ......................................... 156, 382 Komoto, Bill Katsuki 156 Komoto, George ................................................... 362 Koon,Sally10 ............................................. 207, 211, 261 Kornher, Helen Louise ................................. 121, 202,207,345 Korter, Joan Elizabeth ...................................... 144,206,349 Korvola, Carol Virginia ..................................... 156,207,353 Kovich, GeorgeB .............................................. 144, 389 Kramer, Anton Clarence ......................................... 87,265 Kramer,Doug1asDuane .................................... 121,202,396 Kramer, Richard Boyd ...................................... 121,259, 396 Kramer, RobertI .................................................... 121 Krehbiel,1ack Steward .............................................. 311 Krier, Jessica H ................................................ .121 Krier, John Peter ............................................... 105,191 Kriqbaum, Norma Jean ..................................... 156,207,329 Kruger, Elsie Elizabeth ..................................... 156,208,338 Kuehl, Bonnie Jean ........................................ 77, 266, 343 Kugler,1ames Wendell .......................................... 15 6, 383 Kulp, Barbara Jane ............................................. 185,186 Kunkel,Pau1Chandler .......................................... 156, 383 Kunz,Dale10hn ............................................... 156 383 L Lacy, Jack Selman ............................................. 144,387 Lafierty, Phyllis Adel Fairairn ........................................ 263 LaFolIelte, Charles Robert ....................................... 156,387 LaFontaine,Char1es Walter .......................................... 156 LaFrenz, John Robert ............................................ 121,389 Lag, 10h n ......................................................... 82 LaGrone, James Rey ........................................ 156,311, 387 Lake, Theodore Glenn .............................................. 287 Lampman, Marjorie Lucille .................................. 144,184,335 Lamson, Harry Gene .............................. 144, 215, 218, 232, 385 412 Landers,1ames Homer ................................. 156, 258,268,383 Lane,1ames Lewis ..................................... 156, 190, 219,371 Laney, Harry Cleo ............................................. 144,396 Lanting, Pieternella ............................................ 145, 345 Lantor,1rving .................................................. 121,371 Lapray, Donald Howard ................................ 145, 232,260,364 Laragan, Marcey Martin .................................... 121,259,383 Largent, Dean Elmore ...................................... 121,226,357 Largent, Harold Wayne ..................................... 121,259,359 Larsen, Dean Alfred ................................................ 266 Larsen,EjnarChristiar1 ......................................... 105,383 Larsen, Gordon Robert ..................................... 145,266,377 Larsen,Kathryn10hanna. . . . , . . . 1 . . . . . . . . .. 1,56 184,206,338 Larsen, Keith Gilbert ....................................... 145,156,355 Larsen, Kenneth Harold ............................................. 379 Larson, Archie Milton 1r ......................................... 87, 262 Larson, Elsie Mae .............................................. 156,353 Larson, Frank Arnold ....................................... 86,259, 260 Larson, Gene F ..................................................... 121 Larson, Gordon Woodrow ........................................... 182 Larson, Lawrence William .............................. 121, 258, 266, 396 Larson, Rodney Dwan9156, 383 Larson, Virgel Axel 14,396 LaRue, Phyllis May ................................ 145, 178,207, 264, 341 Lash, Leslie David ............................. 86,187, 190, 207, 245,389 Lasswe11,WilliamCurtis ......................................... 101,389 Last, William Dane ................................................. 285 Latham,Fred1.Ir .............................................. 266,387 Lattig, Robert Max .................................................. 278 Lau, Heber Grant .............................................. 156,369 Laughlin, Dean W .............................................. 145,259 Laurent, Thomas Henry ..................................... 121, 380,383 LaVoy, Corwin Donn ........................................... 145,396 Lawrence,10hn Allen ........................................... 145,383 Lawson, Patricia Lucile ................................. 156,184,219, 338 Lay, John Lawrence ................................................ 258 Lea, George Dewey .................................... 121, 182,259, 377 Leach, Wayne Raymond ........................................ 156,383 Leaf, AceI LaVerne ............................................. 145,369 Lease,1risFae ................................................. 156,353 Leaverton,1ack Dean ........................................... 145,396 Leavitt, Maryann .......................................... 156,207,341 LeBert, Leon Edward ........................................... 145,396 LeDuc, Edward Don ................................................ 266 LeDuc, Richard Wallace ............................................ 374 Leeper, Donald Stainton ..................................... 77,181, 377 Leeper,1ames Ellsworth ..................................... 86,190,387 Leeper, Robert Dwight ...................................... 121, 186, 377 Leigh, LaDena Elaine ....................................... 145,184, 341 Lein, John Nave ................................................ 121,389 Lemon,Ra1ph Burton ,,190 377 Lenander, Shelby Dean ............................ 145, 189, 2:26, 265, 389 1enker, Burton Iohn ........................................... 145,383 Lenz, Betty Louise .............................................. 145,341 Lenzi, Bob Marshall ............................................ 145,355 Leonard,Robert1rw1n ........................................... 121,383 Ralph Nelsen Lepak, Joseph Weneth .......................................... 121, 369 Lesher,10hn Miller ............................................. 156, 359 Lesher, Tommy Gene ........... 202 Lester, Marilyn Jean ................................... 145, 184, 207,341 Leuschel, Betty Ferris ........................................... 121,345 Lewis, Barney 1 ..................................................... 156 Lewis, Donald David ............................... 145, 194, 198, 380,383 Lewis,1ack .................................................... 179,396 Lewis, Jack Perry Robins ........................................ 121, 278 Lewis, Robert Eugene ........................................... 145,383 Lewis, Ted Russell ......................................... 157,266,375 Liberg, Robert Martin ............... 1 . 1 .................. 145,190,396 Lieb, Leslie Janet ........................... Linck, Dexter Maurice.. . . . . , . Linck, Robert Oliver1 . . . Lind, Kenneth Simmon ........................... Lindemer, Jean Marie .............. 77,349 Lindstedt, Martha Astrid .................... . . , , 353 Lindstrom,1eanne Katherine Stanner ..................... 121, 208, 264, 338 Lindstrom, Ross Alf red ................. . . , . . 1 8, 258 Lindstrom, Russell Godfrey ............................. 105, 182,258,405 L1neberger,Ra1ph Royce ........................................ 157,396 Lineham, William Robert ............................................ 73 Link, Margaret Joan ............................. Linnenkamp, John Raymond ....................... Lint, Richard Eldon .......................... Lisle, Emmett James ............................. Litchfield, Joan Dolores ......................................... 145, 349 Littlefield, Clyde Eugene ....................................... 101, 355 Litzenberger, David Paul ........................................... 355 Litzenberger, PhilipConrad..1.........,..,..1..11.1...1. .51.,11285, 293 L10yd,Richard Wayne .............................................. 57 Lodge, NormanClark.....1....1.,: ........ 4,5 357 Loman, Betty Lou .................................... 122, 232, 328, 329 Loman, Paul Junion ................................. 157, 357 Long, Calvin Thomas. ...................... 28,145,383 Long,C1ark Marvin ................................ 157 Long,DonaIdCharles. 1,57 383 Long, Edith Caroline Schock ........................................ 196 Long, Elbert Thomas Jr ......................................... 145,385 Loofbourrow, Don ............................................. 145, 385 Loomis, Maurice Edward ........................................ 145, 387 Lord, Charles Julian .......................................... 146, 190 Loren, Elizabeih Jane ................................... 157, 211, 276, 333 Lotspeich,RuthHamilton.,1...1....11...11,.11...1,.....157, 189,211,351 Love, Janet .......................................... 157, 206, 264, 351 Lowry, Barbara Alice Dayton ................................... 101, 186 Lowry, David William .......................................... 146, 405 Lowry, Robert Richard ............. 77 Luce, Floyd Lauren ............................................. 146, 357 Luke, Charles Wendell. . . 1 . . ................................... 77, 377 Lundstrom, Lennart Everett ..................................... 146, 383 Luther, Martin 1r ....................................... 122, 189, 311, 367 Luther, Myrna Ritchey ...... . .45, 182, 188, 353 Lynch, Harold Carpenter ............................................ 260 Lyon, Calvin Cecil ..................................... 146 187,188,387 Lyon, William Adair......1... . 261 Lyons, Kenneth David ............................................... 311 M McAuley, Margaret D ............................................ 97, 341 McBride, Thomas Andrew ................................... . . .77, 377 McClaran, Jack Keith. . . 1 . . . . , . . ................................... 206 McClellan, Arleene Ann ....................................... 157, 331 McClun, Anna Catherine ................................... 122, 215, 347 McClun, DorothyD Louise .............................. 146, 347 McClure,Dorse1Dee ........................................... 146,362 McCombs, Alan Dale ............................................ 77,372 McCormack, Alvin Vernon ............................. 146, 206,238, 357 McCormack, Kenneth Robert. . . . , . . 1 1 . . 1 . 1 . . .146, 285, 290, 293,357 McCormick, Janice Marie .............................. 157, 169, 219, 341 McCreary, Patricia Jean .................................... 151, 207, 331 McCullough, Phyllis Joyce. . . . . . . . . . . 1 . . . 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Michaels, Emil Joseph .......................................... 157, 362 Maley, Barbara Ellen ............................................ 78, Michaels, Charles Richard ........................................... 157 Maloney, Marjorie Ruth ............................................. Michel, Eugene Morris .......................................... 123, 387 Malstrom, Leonard Warde ....................................... 122, Mickelson, Ardelle Sarah ................................... 123, 207, 353 Manion, Orville Gayle .............................................. 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Miller, Mary Ann ............................................... 78, 341 Martin, James Albert ................................................ Miller, Nora Patricia ........................................ 147, 231, 351 Martin, John Edgar ................................................. Miller, Perry Henry ................................................. 280 Martin, Tommy Allen ........................................... 157, 383 Miller, Roger Wendell .......................................... 123, 405 Martindale, Emma Loreta ............................... 123, 197, 264, 351 Miller, Thomas Wray ........................................... 147, 371 Masingill, Clifford Henry ................................... 146, 276, 355 Mills, Donald Leon ............................................. 147, 385 Masingill, Roland Lee ........................................... 146, 355 Mills, Marian Elzada ............................................ 123, 345 Mather, Frank Edward ........................................... 78, 387 Mills, Marie Elbra .............................................. 158, 345 Matson, Elsa .......................................... 123, 197, 264, 338 Mills, Zimri Edwin .................................................. 258 Matthews, Ralph Emerson ................................... 83, 278, 359 Millsap, Lorene Elizabeth ........................................ 158, 353 414 Mingus. Marilyn Camille ........................................ 147,351 Mylander, Verda Marie ......................................... 123, 329 Mink, Edward Fitzhugh 147 Minor, William Bradley .......................................... 101, 387 Mitche11,1acqueline Teresa ...................................... 147,349 N Mitche11,1ames Brantley ........................................ 123,377 Mitchell,1essePau1 ............................................. 123, 355 Nally, Vincent A ................................................ 83, 258 Mizer, Billee Iack 147 Nea1,1ames Otis ............................................... 1,23 371 Mochel Alvon Lyle ............................................ 147, 359 Neal, Martha Sue .................................. 158, 184, 211, 220, 347 Modin, Mary June 333 Neel, Robert William ............................................ 9'3, 259 Moffett, Russell Golden ............................ 147,285,291, 366, 367 Neely, Donald Joseph ........................................... 158 405 Moldenhauer, Robert Thomas .................................... 158, 258 Neibau1, Mack William ............................................. 291 Moldenhauer, Edward Lewis ......................................... 359 Neill, Harold Vernon ....................................... 123, 265, 379 Monroe,William1ames ......................................... 158,276 Neiwirth, Carl Ernest ............................... 83, 182, 183, 258, 373 Mooney, Edna Annen ................................ 147,276,338 Nelson, Dale Wendell. 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'W .................................... 160, 211, 261, 11333 - tone, awrence arren ............................................ We are nOW offerlng Stone, Lois Elinor .............................................. 188, 199 Stonemeggs, Georogia Lea ................................ 189, 128$, 226$, 3gg - torms, arnet tilia .................................. 1 , , 1 , 24 HOUR SERVICE Story, Charles Flower 1r ......................................... 127, 389 . . Stough, Edith Catherine ....................... 160, 184, 211,220, 247, 349 for Dry Cleamng 1n Stout, Jay H .................................................... 152, 384 . Stranahan,1erome Warren ...................................... 160,384 case Of emergenCIGS Strange, Elenore Rae .......................... 152, 155, 178, 202, 352, 353 Stratton, Merle Wayne .......................................... 152, 362 Etraub, CW1 Colersna; ........................................... .2. . .122? treator, arren y ney ........................................ 11, - plus 0111' '- Stricker, Phyllis Joye ........................................... 160, 335 Stricke, Beverly Jeanne ......................................... 160, 343 . gtririjgervbfllary Lgmilse ....................................... 47, 128, 33? - tro e1, alter ar ............................................ 1 , RegUIar 3 Day Servlce Strom,RobertChar1es ...................................... 127, 182, 389 . . Stucki, Bruce ......................................... 152,155,215, 373 Our spemahzed opera- Stump: Paul .................................................... 78,261 . Styner, Wendell Ames .......................................... 160, 359 For Our Dally tors are fuuy compe' Suchan, Harold Laverne ............................................ 160 . ' Sumner, Leola Dell ........................................ 160, 208, 331 Dry C1ean1ng' tent to Clean and finlSh Sundeen, John David ........................................... 127, 375 ' 1 y- Sutherland, Charles Fearn ........................................... 93 and Laundry the fabI'lCS 111 you' Sutherland, Marjorie Ellen Rowett .................................... 97 very best wearing ap- 3:32:13S11gugtkobert ........................................... 133, gag PICK UP parel, Sutton, Ladd .................................................. 127, 362 ' Sutton, Ward .............................................. 161, 258, 384 Swanson, Gerald Roger ......................................... 127, 355 SERVICE 5 Swanson, Herbert John .............................................. 161 , Swanson, Robert Wesley ........................................ 161, 387 Swanstrom, Barbara ............................................ 161, 341 Swarner, Dale Morris ........................................... 161, 384 Sweet, Cyrus Bardeen .................................. 161, 182,266,377 , PAN CLEANERS Sweet, Richard Charles 161 375 P Sweet, William Edman .................... 127, 129, 179, 183, 272, 276, 371 Swendig, Ioe Charles ............................................... 152 S , Wh1t 1 ....................................... , , Moscow Steam Laundry Ymmes Imam r 152 190 262 420 River of No Return A history of Idaho and the Inland Empire, written in short story form. Contains 783 pages and 300 illustrations. New and revised edition. Excellent cross index for reference. Price $7.50, postpaid anywhere. Money refunded if not satisfactory. Written by R. G. Bailey, Idaho State Historian R. G. Bailey Printing Co. 332 Main St. Lewiston, Idaho lM To relax and listen to hot or sentimental strains of music played by the best bands in the land . . to enjoy dancing at the many campus affairs held throughout the year . . . to meet your friends at informal gatherings or club meetings held in the various rooms of the building. Lasting friend- ships are made in college and memories originat- ing under Blue Bucket hospitality will linger throughout a lifetime. T Takkinen, Verley Estelle ........................................ 152, 351 Talbot, Glenn Evariate ..................................... 152, 258, 379 Tanner, George Stanley ......................................... 152, 207 Tanner, Shirley Louise ..................... 152, 171, 182, 185, 186, 207, 222 Tapper, Lyle Gilbert Jr .......................................... 152, Tarbet, Shirley Elizabeth ........................................ 152, Tarr, Shirley Elizabeth .......................................... 152, Tarr, Bette Iune ........................................ 161, 184, 231, Tate, James Henry .................................................. Taufen, Gladyne Cornelia ................................ 33, 55, 152, Taylor, Donna Lue ....................... 127, 131, 206, 207, 236, 269, Taylor, Gloria Marie ................................................ Taylor, Gloria Nell. . . . Taylor, Gordon Chris. . ......................... 152, Taylor, Jack Thornton. . ....... 127, 189, 236, 266, 269, Taylor, lean Amelia. . . ............................... 127, 221, Taylor, John Richard .................. 127, 180, 183, 278, 301, 302, 316, Taylor, Patricia Dean ........................................... 161, Taylor, Roy Edward ................................ 87, 190, 258, 358, Taysom, Wayne H .................................................. 1 Teague, James Ellis ............................................. 152, Tederman, Robert Blair ......................................... 152, Tegge, John Patrick ................................................. Tellin, Betty A1ice ...................... 56, 152, 181, 182, 188, 199, 219, Terlson, Alfred Oscar ........................................... 102, Terriere, Glen Lamar ............................................... Terrill, Robert Browning ........................................ 127, Terry, Helen Jeane ................................................. Terteling, Laurette Eleanore ..................................... 161, Terwilleger, Guy Edwin Ir .............................. 127, 215, 217, Thacker, Dale Seaman .............................................. Thacker, David Louis ........................................... 152, Thayer, Averill Sheldon ............................... . . . . . .152, Theis, Sam Charles Jr ...................... 285, 287, Thiel, Daren Glen ........ . . ........... 127, 259, Thoman, John Philip ........ 161, Thomas, Charleg gchard ......................................... 91, Thomas, Cli or eorge ............................................ Thomas, Helen Louise .............................. 152, 178, 181, 276, Thomas, Iune Arlene .................................. 152, 207, 220, Thomas, Richard Weyerts ................................... 127, 258, Thomas, Stanley George ............................................ Thomas; Virginia Ann ....................................... 161, 211, Theme, Mark Wesley ....................................... 102, 281, Thometz, Katherine Rosemond ................................... 128, Thompson, Barbara Ann ......................................... 97, Thompson, Charles George ...................................... 152, Thompson, Darwin Ralph ........................................ 152, Thompson, Gwendolyn Rae Thompson, Jane Ruth ....................................... Thompson, John ............................................ Thompson, Marjorie Jane ........................................ , Thomson, Eileen ................................................ , 329 Thorpe, John Don .................................................. 181 LEWIS - CLARK BGLLINGER HOTELS Lewistongs F riendly H otels MUSEUW HOTEL Clean4Attractive Reasonable Prices 8A better place to entertain1 1 WRIGHT'S FOUNTAIN 111 meet you at Wright,s1, Moscow - Idaho Thrush,G1en Earl .................................................. 152 Tiegs, Donald Eugene ........................................... 161,396 Tilbury, Dorothy Gene .................................. 97,188,199,338 Tiller, Norma Jean .............................................. 161,343 Tilley, Norman Dewitt .................................. 152, 190, 202, 384 Tillotson, Beth ................................................. 1161, 347 Tindall,1ames Delbert .......................................... ,384 Tipsword, Rolland Fortner ..................... 128, 180, 220, 272, 273, 369 Tipton, Frank Weston ............................................ 96, 262 Tisdale, Eldon Dean ................................................ 152 Titus,Darre1 Earl ................................................... 152 Tobin,10hn Thomas ............................................ 128,377 Todd, Isaac Eugene ............................................. 161,379 Toevs, Gordon Robert ........................................... 83, 362 TOBVS,R1ChaFd Earl ........................................ 152,258,389 Tolle,1ack Martin .................................................. 295 Toothman, Davis C .................................................. 128 Tortel, Edith Valeria ............................................ 161,345 Tovey, De Forest ................................................... 61 Tovey, Farrel James ................................................. 178 Tovey, Mary Sue ............ 128, 130, 196, 197, 202, 211, 236, 248, 323, 338 Tovey, Morgan William 1r .............................. 152, 155, 261, 396 Tovey, Reynolds Terrel .......................................... 161,207 Townley,Harry1ames .......................................... 128,377 Traeger, Helen Barbara ......................................... 128,338 Troutman,1ack Carl ........................................ 161,190,396 Trees, Thomas Bradley ..................................... 153,285,293 Tremewan, Raye Adele ..................................... 128,207,341 Troeh, Frederick Roy ............................................ 1,61 396 Trout, Betty Lea ...................................... 153, 208, 264,338 Trudell Ieanette Ellen ........................................... 78,338 True, Cecil Leslie Jr ............................................. 161,377 True, Robert Terrell ................................................ 83 Truesdell, Alan Ray ........................................ 153, 266, 359 Truesdell, Warren Rodney. . ............................ 153, 359 Truitt, Laban Walter ......... Tschanz, Charles McFarland. . . . . . . . . . Tudder, Tom William ........................................... 127,377 Tuller, Mildred Ray ............................................. 128,331 Turnbull, John Draeger ............................................. Turner, Joann Elizabeth ......................................... 8,331 Turner, Richard Warren ................................ 128,189,190,389 U Ulmer, David Dan ......................................... 161,266,371 Urban, Charles Freeman ........................................ 102, 369 Urquida, John Carmelo ......................................... 161,396 Utter, Donald Eugene .......................................... 153,396 Utter, Marvin Lee .......................................... 153, 261, 396 V Vaara, Helen Gardna ........................................... 161, 345 11311801 Home Building Service Everything for ' Home planning Construction Remodeling Decorating Painting MADISON LUMBER 81 MILL CO. 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Main St. MOSCOW, IDAHO 422 KORTER1S Ice Cream at your favorite fountain Delicious - Refreshing CV x3 Idaho Dairy Products MOSCOW Phone 6011 Vajda, George Edward ......................................... 186, 311 Vallad,Marian10yce ....................................... 153, 2106, 351 Van Buskirk, Edward Riley 359 Vance,Samue1W1lliam ............................. 86, 187, 188, 190, 357 Vandenberg, Iohn Stephan 1r 153,396 Van Engelen, Frederick William ................................. 153,369 Van Engelen, Ruth ..................................... 161, 219, 266. 347 Van Epps, Burton Lorenzo ....................................... 153,384 Van R1per,Char1otte Marie ...................................... 153, 333 Vansant,Carleeran .161,345 Vassar, Walter Jack ................................................. 313 Venishnick,105eph Carl ............................................. 259 Vincent, Roger Dale ............................................ 153,362 Voeller, Carl James ............................................. 128,259 Vogt, Alton Lewy ,357 Vollrath, Robert Herbert ............................... 153, 260, 384, 385 Voorhees,Dona1dA1s1p ......................................... 153,357 Vukich, 101111 Michael .................................. 128,189 247,396 W Waddell, Annette L ................................................. 128 Wagner, Al Iames .............................................. 161,335 Wagner, John William .......................................... 153,355 Wagoner, DonaldJ .............................................. 161,396 Wahl,10hn Charles 91 Walbrecht, Miles Richard ........................................... 161 Wald,George10seph ........................................... 83, 258 Walk, Howard Paul ............................................ 128,362 Walker, Donald Lee ....................................... 153,265,362 Walker, Leonard Ralph 310 Walker, Robert Glen 5,3 375 Walker, Ross Richard .................................. 153, 266, 278, 371 Walkington,1ames Laurence ................................ 1,61 220, 384 Walkington,W1111am Gurney ........................................ 161 Walkley, Robert Beverly ........................................ 244, 245 Wallace, Bonnie Jean .......................................... 161,329 Wallace,1ack MacKenzie ............................................ 318 Walser, Barbara Joyce .............................................. 161 Walter, Donald Scott Jr .,153 367 Walter,W1111amCarl ........................... .,128 187, 231, 391, 398 Waltman,GwendolynB1yth ............................. 128, 188, 199, 335 Walton,E11een ............................................ 128,319,338 Walton, Leo O' Rene ................................................ 153 Ward,1ud1'th Louise ............................................ 128,331 Ward, Leslie Merrill ................................................ 384 Ward, Perry Bruce ............................................. 128, 387 Ward, Roland Carlisle .......................................... 128, 369 Ward, Walter Elmer ................................................ 153 Wardrop, Charles William ...................................... 153, 396 Warner, Wallace Brockway 311 Watanabe, Marion Kayo Watkins, Edmund William Watson, Fred ...................................................... 105 64mm; 6452 Under. new management We specialize in Home cooked foods Dinner parties for any occasion Just call us! 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EDD HADDWADE Lewiston, Idaho Graduates and F riends Renew old F riendships at the VARSHTY CAP 8Where good 'friends meet1, Food and Fountain MOSCOW, IDAHO Watson, Virginia Lee ........................................... 153, 345 Way, Helen Audrey ............................................ 153,341 Webb, Arlen Gregory ...................................... 161, 260,384 Webb, George ..................................................... 153 Weber, Margaret Marie ................................ 154, 184,264,329 Weeks, David Frank ................................... 128, 130, 194, 202 Wegelben, Harry Herrmann ......................................... 191 Weichbrodt, Arlene ...................... Weinmann, Charles Gray. . . . Weinmann, Douglas Hobson. . Weipert, Melvin LeRoy .......................................... 161, 355 Weisgerber, Sherman Nash 1r ............................... 154, 232, 260 Weitz, Margaret Marie ............................. 58, 128, 236, 243, 335 Welch, Dwaine Leroy ...................................... 154, 266, 377 Welch, Leslie Dean ............................................ 154,396 Wenke, Clara Louise ........................................... 161,353 Weppler, William Barton ............................................ 78 Werry, Ellwood Vines ........................................... 161,367 Werry, Sidney Eugene .......................................... 161, 367 Wesierski, Daniel Richard .............................. 154, 202, 380, 384 Wesierski, Thomas .............................................. 161, 384 Wessel, Edgar Raymond ........................................ 128, 384 West, Bette Janice ............................. 154, 178, 184, 218, 221, 347 Westbrook, Russell Frederick ........................................ Westervelt, Donald Wayne .................................. 128,313,367 Westover, Richard M 28 Wetherbee,The1ma Matheny ................................ 28, 203, 347 Wetter, Paul .................................. 83, 182, 183, 258, 366,367 Wheeler, James Elmer .......................................... 258, 276 Wheeler, Robert Aubrey ........................................ 154, 161 Wheeler, Robert Cyrus .............................................. 369 Whitcomb, Marvin Joe .......................................... 276, 377 White, Janet Elizabeth ....................................... 53,128,335 White,10hnDudley ................................... 154, 220, 276,384 Whiteman, Donald Campbell .................................... 154,367 Whiting, Yvonne Marie ................................. l28,188,199,347 Whitsell, Norma May ........................................... 161, 333 Whitson, Beverly Ruth ................................. 128, 130, 350, 351 Whybark, Nola Willes .................................. 97, 197, 353, 362 Wicher, Daniel Edward .................................... 154,258,369 Widner, Gordon Alfred161 Widmer, Richard Samuel ............................................ 211 Widner, Verne Elden ............................................... 161 Wiegele, Kenneth George ....................................... 154,375 Wilcomb, Richard Philip .................................... 154,278,371 Wilcox, Avonne Mae ........................................... 154,343 Wilde, Willard Dean 91 Wilhe1m, Vernon Henry ......................................... 128,362 Wilkins, Emmett Luke ........................................... 161,384 Wilkins, Thomas Maurice ....................................... 128, 375 Wilkinson, Eddie Alexander ...................................... 89, 387 Wilkinson, Woodrow Albert 89 Will, Mary Louise ........................ 161, 184, 202,211, 222,223,349 Willett, Frederick Allen 154 4, 231 Williams, Billy Freeman ............................................. 285 Williams, Edgar Leon .......................................... 260, 385 SEED SERVICE Feed - Seed Poultry -... 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MOSCOW, IDAHO Williams, Edgar Milo Ir .............................................. 154 Williams, George Robert ........................................ 154, 384 Williams, Lewis Harrigfeld ............................. 154, 258, 278, 389 Williams, Lilly Grace ........................................... 161, 329 Williams, Lynn Harley ...................................... 83, 202, 384 Williams, Phyllis Lucille ................................ 154, 211, 220, 338 Williams, Richard Clarence .................................. 78, 180, 359 Williams, Warren C ................................................. 220 Williams, William Henry ...................... 107, 288, 289, 292, 293, 390 Williamson, Michael Abraham .......................... 102, 108, 266, 384 Wills, Donald Stewart ........................................... 162, 384 Wilson, Calvin Longbridge ...................................... 261, 313 Wilson, George Henry ...................................... 154, 311, 379 Wilson, Guy Albert ................................................. 295 Wilson, Harry ..................................................... 201 Wilson, Kent Hale ......................................... 128, 278, 387 Wilson, Lowell Ogilvie .............................................. 83 Wilson, Mildred Jane ....................................... 162, 168, 331 Wilson, Peter Kohl ............................................. 154, 369 Wilson, Peter Bottum ........................................... 128, 355 Wilmer, Glenn William ..................................... 86, 190, 371 Wimer, Jean Helen ............................................. 154, 338 Wimer, Ruth Carolyn ........................................... 128, 338 Winegar, Leo Fay ..................................... 154, 202, 260, 385 Wing, Jack Mitchell ............................................. 97, 385 Winkle, Leonard Asbury 1r ........................................... 162 Winkle, William Frederick ...................................... 168, 387 Winner, Lois Anne ............................... 16, 17, 33, 162, 168, 349 Winston, Dale Grant ........................................... 154, 266 Witcher, Donald Horace ........................................ 128, 379 Wittman, Joan-Marguerite .............................. 128, 188, 199, 349 Wohlschlegel, Florence Berta ............................... 162, 168, 329 Wokersien, Thomas Thommen ................................... 154, 396 Wolfe, John Allison ......................................... 86, 190, 396 Wombacher, Elaine Janet ............................... 162, 168, 207, 341 Wood, Betty Lou ..................................... 154, 178, 332, 333 Wood, William Dean ........................................... 128, 377 Woodland, William Ross ............................................ 154 Woodroff, George Albert ............................... 128, 182, 258, 396 Woods, Ivan ....................................................... 177 Woog, Alan Herbert ................................................ 265 Woog, Alice Sue McNeil 265 Worthington, Robert Wylie ............................. 128, 203, 266, 313 Wren, Geraldine Shortridge ...................................... 79, 191 Wren, Hazel De1i1a ........................................ 154, 264, 338 Wren, John Howard ..... 78 Wright, Iohbn Ygrd ........................................ 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