University of Tulsa - Kendallabrum (Tulsa, OK)

 - Class of 1930

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DILL Administrative Office Force Top row: lN4uude Poe, lvlr, C. l, Duncan, Mrs. Lola,Covington, Mildred Needham Second row: Mrs. R. L. Ginter, Odell Ellison, Gwen Harrison Dean of Music ALBEPQI' LUKKEN Fine Arts Faculty Top row: C. Raymond Hicks, Mrs. Albert Lukkcn, Albert Lukkcn 2nd rowi Lavina xVEjUgl1, Georgia Caldwell, Boyd R. Ringo 3rd row: Odessa Fink, Dcllu B. Crowder, Beulah Liggctt, Mrs. Boyd R, Ringo Dean ol' Engineering R. C. Brgcixsikom Engilneering Faculty Top rowi A. IW. Puxson, A. L. Hcrold, XV. E. Howard, Phillip B. XVinn, Scnn NVz1ddcll james lvl. Nluurcr Second row: Ralph Kaufman, R. Cl Bcclastrom, A. N. lvlurrziy, Franklin Eikcnbcrry, Harlan Hamilton, David R. Andrcws Tw 4 'L 3 l I l 1 1 1 1 i i A E ! l 2 1 'Nw' ' f--IU so f I l l 3 E 2 1 ' l I 7 ' l 4 Y E r 4 W r 5 ' 5 h ' ll l l l I ' I r 5 i j l 1 4 li l l 5 l l 3 1 i 2 5 l 5 , , 3 E I Q l i lf f I f 3 : r i - W i Q ! ' 7 i i i 1 l L . , , A li l s l ' ' ' Dean of Women 1 1 MYRTLE GLEASON CoLE 1 X I 5 I Staff and Circle Cabinet to Dean of Women PJ lla l Q, if . l ll 5 l l 1 j Q l l 1 ' n L, ,. :?ll1l lf-fi il Qi ii l . ,lf M V , A l l P 1 z f 1 f 5 i ia E s 1 it i i :' l l I 21 E 'i 'us 5? l N e 5 ii l W Top rowi Caroline Farr, Lois Callahan i 1 Second rowz Irene Tucker, Claribel Abercrombie, Elizabeth Eakes , i 1 ir: E: il 3 V 'F 3 li ,,,, , ,eee V V l , D, be ,e I lL1,1 'V 174' jjj'Qj14,jj V ,, ow, ,,,,,,,,, ,,.,. ,A .... ,Y .... .. W- .M .-.-m.i..-V --e. - -,---V. ,.,v'--v - -e-----------W-4'---1-ifYf--'f1------ gif-ii .i.51QQi'L1li,1,,-1ig,, gil''"'Mililiiii1'Q1ii1Ti"1'jLi111iQi"'fQi11 ,em "' ' V 54:3 u . Faculty Roll . . JOHN DLJNCAN FINLAYSON, Chancellor. B. A., B. D., S. 'l'. M., Th. D., LL. D. ROBERT CARL BECKSTROM, Dean of Petroleum Engineering. B. A., M. S. MYRTLE GL!-LASON COLE, Dean of Vyfomen. B. A., M. A. FRANKLIN G. LDILL, Dean of Arts and Sciences and Professor of Bible. B. A., Ph. D ALBERT LUKKIZN, Dean of Fine Arts and Professor of Voice. B. S., M. M. C:HARLIiS H. KIMBROUCJH, Rigistrar and Professor of History and Sociology. B. A. M. A., Ph. D. BERTRAM D. BARCLAY, Professor of Botany. B. S., M. S., Ph. D. GEORGE C. BAUM, Professor of Violin. B. M. HARVEY DURRIiLL CHASE, Professor of Zoology. B. A., M. A. ELMER C. HENDERSON, Professor of Physical Education and Coach of Football. B. A. AMOS L. HEROLD, Professor of English. B. A., M. A., Ph. D. G. RAYMOND HICRS, Professor of Organ and Theory. B. A., B. M., M. A. WILLIAM E. HOWARD, Professor of Mathematics. B. S., M. S., Ph. D. RALPH J. KALJITMAN, Professor of Chemistry. B. A., M. A., Ph. D. LAURENCE SPURCEON MCLEOD, Professor of Psychology. B. A., M. A., Ph. D. PIERRE MAGY, Professor of French. B. A., M. A., Ph. D. LLOYD V. MOORE, Professor of Religious Education. B. A., B. D., S. T. M., M. A. Ph. D. ALBERT N. MURRAY, Professor of Geology. B. A., lvl. S., Ph. D. BOYD R. RINGO, Professor of Piano. B. M. HELEN COLBURN RINGO, Professor of Piano and Head of Childrens Piano De partment. B. M. - ADAH ROBINSON, Professor of Art. B. A., B. E. FRED LYMAN TIBBITTS, Professor of Education. B. A., M. A. MARION SENN WADDELL, Professor of Physics. B. A., M. S. MARGARET WYNDHAM, Professor of Expression and Public Speaking. B. A., B. E. M. E. J. B. MILLER, Head of Department of Physical Education. B. P. E. MARY ALLEN, Associate Professor of English. B. A., lvl. A. RACHEL BREATHWIT, Associate Professor of Spanish. B. A., M. A. ELLEN GOEBEL, Associate Professor of Latin and German. B. A., B. Pd. B. M. A. HUGH C. GRAIIAM, Associate Professor of Zoology. B. A., B. S , IX4. D. ' JAMES M. MAURER, Associate Professor of Business Administration. B. A., M. A., M. B. A. G. T. GARDNER, Assistant Professor of Chemistry. B. S., Ph. D. FLORENCE lVlOIiHLENBROCK LURRI-iN, Assistant Professor of Voice. W. E. MORRIS, JR., Assistant Professor of Journalism and Director of Public Re- lation. B. A., M. A. FLORENCE C. 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V. , gr- X .X N X . , V ,, V, ,L ,U '- V.- - 'I I 1.4 -, H N ,, 21. .,, ----- - 6,1 -1- - , Lui W p -' ' 2-h.e1:a ' 5 gk H Seniors i '32 A" ' ' i.. W- . Ei. A. , I. h -8- -1. .. . - . - avg, . -f is 1 1 K. if .nfl ', L av i . 11. :ie f 1 N lf. if .':' Ev. -.E .,. f 1, fi?" Ei" i i Q3 5: . is asf 1 . , if i L4 ,lxm : ' s k L s -., 3 . ,K . 7 F 6? ' ff Y s . it Q 'L 'x 15 . -I E54 if I f. Q: E G . rt". PN . ,QL E La ,Q V v. a V. .- -.., -T ,-,-- - ,V W-V . -- WH- -r-yi-,w1-WZ. - -r ,.-'W N . . ,,,.v af. ,if A r f- .f., f' f f ,. f " '1 Y -5 ,, ff'2,.I'U.,,gbgf", ui 'is , sis..-uf" 1' -,ffm ,. v ' W , 1 - ..-I -1 -149.1-:fi 4. F ,:a.,,:,-F , , .W , ,- . , , .ss .',-., , A , A E N , , ' " ' 2 . ,Q ' 93- ' - . , 1 - Goss, GRAYDON Pleasanton, Kan. President Senior Class '29 Debate Theta Alpha Phi Delta Alpha Delta Everyone knows what a good actor he is, but do we all know how nicel he takes to religious edbuca- tion? Versatility is the word. CALLAHAN, Lois Tulsa, Okla. Pres. Kappa Gamma Chi'29 Pres. junior Class, '28 Kagga Gamma Chi Treas., Editor Collegian, '27 Chi Nu Epsilon Staff and Circle A regular busybody. We often wonder how she gets so much done, but then after we know how capable she is we are not surprised. KIMBROUGH, CHARLES I-l. Tulsa, Okla. B. A., M, A., Ph. D., Reg- istrar and Professor of History and Social Sci- ences Senior Class Sponsor '51 4 ' fa' gif P'-Af TENT T""-"""""K"""'T-"" . .xl rw li .i il Ki v 4 i FARR, CAROLINE ' l Tulsa, Okla. v l 4 1 Alpha Gamma Sec., '28 g Chi Nu Epsilon I Glee Club Staff and Circle , A sweet, sincere soul. She'll work with ou, or i 2 play with you, and, when P l you're blue she'll sympa- f thize with you. just ask . V 1 her friends. l I i i l fig TUCKER, IRENE , 5 Tulsa, Okla. 1 3 Alpha Gamma A 5 l Chi Nu Epsilon, Pres. '27 . I ' Collegian, '28, '29 i i Vice-Pres. junior Class, '28 E Treas. Senior Class, '29 Editor Kendallabrum, '29 5 r Glee Club, '29 Q May Queen, '29 N Staff and Circle N . Pi Gamma Mu lf! if Pan-Hellenic, '30 One of those rare souls I who can be extraordinarily l' V i capable and not look it. She is always the poised '-4 and lovely lady. V i 5 ' Q sl fbi ' gi., l -1-l,i 1 ,ll l 'li , . lg . 5' li T 4 - ' ii T E li l l ll 1 ii 1 W. li. A Qi Elf 2 if. . 11' .1 .. -Qgl ,... Q 'fi 7-11? 319, '. ' ' 'V , ..,1" V, . ' i ' . '.t""'c T , f A ' Y' l ' "' 3' is ' ', I, '3'- 'ln "' - -' ' 1. ,Y-A r- f v..- fi' 'ff w'e+'i""fW-A "Milf-if-f"W 'sr-i'i'f'ffff'fQ?'w: is iflfim2'ff'ik',s.fQ.1i::4.a:fifw,gzmmfMi ' ""'-is wil? ABERCROMBlIi, CLARIBIZL Tulsa, Okla. Collegian Staff, '28, '20 Kendallabrum StalT, '29 Talahi Queen, '29 Beauty, wit and kind- ness to be found in one in one person seems too good to be true, but here is Claribel to prove it is possible. BERRYMAN, RALPH Tulsa, Okla. This person can even tell jokes in Spanish. His scholarly ability is well known, but no more than is his goodfellowship BODHNHEIMER, MARY Tulsa, Okla. Kappa Gamma Chi Pi Delta Mu ln spite of her mischiev- ous tcndencies, Mary has been a good worker A girl you can really be a friend to. BURKHART, RU1'H Tulsa, Okla. Glee Club A Capella Choir Orchestra Pi Gamma Mu Pi Delta Mu She is useful as well as ornamentalg one-hall of a pair of fine musicians and an all around scholar of merit. GILGER, DoRoTHY Tulsa, Okla. Pres. Delta Chi Omega, '29 Pres. Girls' Pep Club, '29 Theta Alpha Phi Y. W. C. A. Pep! That is a synonym for Dorothy. She delights in managing things, and we want to know the follow who managed to put his pin on Dorothy. BAKER, MRs. FLORENCE Tulsa, Okla, Steadfast, loyal and ever faithful. BLACKMAN, LENNON Llaremore, Okla. Phi Delta Football Who said hero-worship is dead7 Not as long as this gridiron star is around. BROWN, MRS. MAE Tulsa, Okla. Another of our night school students who have worked faithfully and un- wearyingly for a degree. BURKHART, SAKAH Tulsa, Okla. Glee Club A Capella Choir Orchestra Pi Gamma Mu Like her sister, Ruth, she is musically inclined and good to look upon. lt is too bad hoth of these girls had to graduate at the same time. CREED, FLORENCE Tulsa, Okla. As lovely a person as ever you met. Charm, friendliness, generosity and fun are her slaves, to say nothing of her bewitching curls. But to see her is to love her. Dlxorsi, MRS. ALLEN Tulsa, Ukla. She's quiet, but we know by her smile that she is friendly and has a world of kindness in her soul EDWARDS, BERT Tulsa, Okla. Pres. Pi Kappa Delta Delta Alpha Delta Treas. Chi Nu Epsilon V Pres. Sophomore Class, Zo Debate Bert is a student T. U. hates to lose. He keeps things moving in the right direction around the cam- pus. GRAPES, WALTER Ponca City, Okla. Phi Delta Football Generosity and real Ene- ness are his outstanding characteristics. They have made him a campus idol and a sportsman of ahility. ISRAELITON, ABRAHAM Tulsa, Okla. A very remarkable fellow. He is one of the keenest thinkers ever on this cam- pus, notwithstanding his theory that no young man is rational. KING, VIOLET Tulsa, Okla. A woman who is bright and cheery and radiates her happiness with kind words and friendly smiles, l2AKEs, ELIZABETH Tulsa, Okla. Alpha Gamma Glee Club Student Council Chi Nu Epsilon Y. W. C. A. Her sincerity and her charm are as evident as her beauty. "Tweet " is almost indispensable to the well- being of this institution. EVERETTS, WILLIAM Fort Gibson, Okla. Phi Delta Football A sportsman and an ad- dition of some importance to the campus He has been an aid to so many of the University's endeavors that he will be sorely missed. HEINEMAN, LAURA Tulsa, Okla. Of course she is a good student, study accounts for that. But where did she get her cleverness7 KNAPPENBERGER, VivA Tulsa, Okla. The more you know her the better you like her. And she is always so fas- tidiously dressed. LACKEY, MURIEL Tulsa, Okla. Isn't she pretty? We have admired her for a long time, but we found out some one else does, too,- her husband. LotzsToN, MRS. K. G. Tulsa, Okla. We wish we knew better such interesting persons as Mrs. Logston. MARKLAND, GRAYDKDN Tulsa, Okla. Pres, Student Council, '20 Pres. Delta Alpha Delta, '20 "Deede" is small ofstat- ure, but large of heart. A truely capable leader. MCCARTY, Mus. ANNA Tulsa, Okla. A most kindly and in- dustrious body, She ala ways has her lessons, and is never too busy to put herself out for her fellows. How do you do it? l N l , 1 Q11 - X ,' - MARTIN,NELMERX t - Bixby, Okla. Treas, Junior Class, '28 Phi Delta Football A football hero and a gentleman, that is the reason why in his ease such popularity is deserved. He plays the French harp beautifully. OGLE, A, V. Tulsa, Okla. We hardly know this fellow, but we do know he likes to sit on the hack row in summer school classes But that doesnt prove anything, I' I s ' l v , 1 f J Li lkms, llICHARD Tulsa, Okla. Chi lvlu llpsilon Kendallahrum He has a Byronic pro- file with none ofthe Satanic tendencies which might ac- company A likable chap, even if he is a good student, lvIcAt.Es'1iik, IVIARY Tulsa, Okla. Alpha Kappa Mary is one of the girls you read about, but seldom see, red hair and brown eyes Does a temper ac- company this lovely com- bination? XVe wonder! lxflc:NAi.l.Y, lTI,0RENCl-Q Tulsa, Okla, Alpha Kappa l-lere's a charming little hir. We feel that Florence will be able always to do whatever she sets her mind IU. lvlomxis, lvl,-lv volt Tulsa, Okla. Could she study Senior Bible? Right in the middle ol July she studied six hours a duy'l PILARSON, ll.-'XYMUND Henryettzx, Okla. Pres Phi Delta, '20 lfootloall Basketball A student, a leader. a man's man lt all sounds trite, but how else lo ex- press what Ray has meant Lo T. U. :aw-' r .1 ,, ' I' I 1 4, SHOEMAKER, KATHRYN Ellisville, Miss. Alpha Kappa Pan-Hellenic Her striking personality commands your attention, afterwards you learn to love her. She is a potential rival to Galli-Curci. SILSRY, DOLORES Tulsa, Okla. Pres. Chi Omega, '29 Pres. Theta Alpha Phi, '29 Football Queen, '29 Pres. Pep Club, '28 Chi Nu Epsilon French Club Collegian Staff, '28-'20 She is the pcrsonifica- tion ofthe T. U. spirit, and thc leading lady on both sides of the footlights. Shall we mention her lovely giggle? SPILLER, MRS. LORENA Tulsa, Okla. Alpha Gamma Patroness lf she believed one could End the truth there, this excellent student would be searching in the bottom of the well. L mf! 'Nj' xi THOMAS, MRS. MARIHA Tulsa, Okla. A bit of delight. And she met her husband at Stillwater. WlLI.IAMS, VIRGINIA Tulsa, Okla. Pi Delta Mu Virginia is one of the persons that seems never to get upset. She radiates kindness, and has the most enviable curls. Vkjl! SLACK, LILLIAN Tulsa, Okla. This lady runs a double shift. She teaches school in the day time, and goes to school at night. SMITH, RILEY Tulsa, Okla. Swimming Team He is quiet until you know him. He even has a red ford. SWINDLER, REID Tulsa, Okla. Glee Club Phi Delta Secretary Student Council Phi Mu Alpha Someday his Alma Mater will be even more proud of him than it is now, if pos- sible. His main hobby, be- sides musie, is food, he likes it. TOFILOVSKY, SAUNDERS Tulsa, Okla. Pi Kappa Delta Chi Mu Epsilon, Pres. '30 The whole-hearted way in which Saunders enters into student activities is delightful. lt is remarka- ble how much work he can accomplish between cigar- 6ttCS. . 1 I 4 5 Lael, ., " 254, 0006 - N NN I A 1 00 1 G f M5 .11 1 D ,f ,4' f U,1,Jmg111111-' 1 11-1 H+- ! Y 11 I f I 11 4llllI Il " , , , 1 X f 7 , 14 1 t ' V 1' nm ' IV I 1 V H- . QU' In Yi' lug 111 W1 j. x ml. INK M1 1111 mm V? 1 til 1 1fIr. Yilliim. lllllllllllh f 1. V 11ll 1 f fl I V ulm!FL':kV u-'H 11 '31 gqa H' ! 1, gsm. 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Men's Pep Club COOPER, HAROLD Tulsa, Okla. Phi Delta Student Council J Glee Club President Commerce Clubx ,I L lljjf' 'JJ c. ' 'ENN I 'J ff! .1 ' L7 J :WV ,rf ff-'. Y, Uv n J. '1 J I V' -JI, J I Xwvf xfl V AN 5- "1 ,gil 7' BADEN, WILMER A. Pineville, La. Delta Alpha Delta A l 1, . .1 :fu--IL 5 . . ' H573 BENEFIEL, I-IESTER , " A -- cgffqwau, Iggflf f::df.f,of gf, Phi Delta fl -. y Football f f l jg Track ' ' . H ll,-QW -h of I, J . , f ,fx li CARD, DOROTHY .3 Tulsa, Okla. 4 ,l . il 4, COOPER, HELEN I Tulsa, Okla. 'f Chi Omega nhl CURNETT, MABEL J' Tulsa, Okla. 3 I 354- J u fi. ,lf . , H if I 'da I ,P ,C p ri! .1 , , , , A I V , , I , ,fr-7. q .J 32' ai if In 'if . . , l I A . ' I ,9 ' I 2.1 , C ,jx- .F '91 1151 V mf. if i f ln' lu gi Ii, I, V I 2, . 1: lr I I l Q iii ei! I ij! .Si I, I , Q . H- I 5 ,: , II , I j i L3 l- : ,I I' L. ,N lk.. 'wi 42- 3-v--4 . 1 3 . I P L - ii I! l i I l l. ' I a i ,. ffl-1, ' 1' VU f : I I Q 5 Hp .,- lil! :. 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LIGGETT, BEULAH Alpha Gamma Sigma Alpha Iota 'I in I l I l in ii li gl il li --Irv lfiil 'l .E 7,. limit 'l'lil All if 'ffl ill Qigs'I III. ,Fill ziflgl iiilsil Hg i2- ll.i.sg -.Im-N-A .I........ .81 r V Q' .H . . . , V . - A :1'f,1,- - N , fl - . Y ' -- y -' f L- , V - ',,5.,,, H ,. '- L4 ,31,1,,.A Q, V 4.3 , ,. , , ,Q In :ju F - , A .I N, , , -xg.. fm.: ., -, 4-.Wi .' V, .:- gal- ,, , .- -L S- ' A .9 WM f' fa I"f'ifL....."f ' ' Af' v""ei'F' W- - fi, S.. l . LORIAUX, MAURICE Bartlesville, Okla. Delta Alpha Delta, Sec'y Orchestra Glee Club Manager Men's lnterfraternity Council Sec'y Collegian Bus. Mgr. Men's Pep Club Commerce Club VicefPres. Kendallabrum MORGAN, ARLENE Tulsa, Okla. Delta Chi Ome a Vice-Pres, Women's Pan-Plellenic League of Women Voters, Secretary Women's Athletic Ass'n, President Nix, LEEMON Tulsa, Okla, Commerce Club PROBERT, CONSTANCE Pres. Alpha Gamma, '29 Pres. Chi Nu Epsilon, '28 Pres. A Capella Choir, '27 Pres. League of Women Voters Ed,itor Tulsa Collegian, '28 Editor Tulsa Miscellany '28 Edggr Student Handbook Associate Editor Tulsa Col- legian Vice-Pres. Chi Nu Epsilon Sec. Pan-Hellenic, '29 Sec. Chi Nu Epsilon, '28 Treas. Pi Kappa Delta Chm. World Fellowship,'27 Student Counc-il '27, '28 '29, '30 Glee Club Collegian Board Winner Alpha Gamma Scholarship, '27 SMITH, KERMIT Tulsa, Okla. Phi Delta Orchestra Phi Mu Alpha MOREHEAD, MARTHA Tulsa, Okla. MORCANSTERN, BETTY Tulsa, Okla. Alpha Kappa Glee Club PENDER, AMY Tulsa, Okla, Glee Club SANFORD, THELMA Tulsa, Okla. Kappa Gamma Chi Theta Alpha Phi SMITH, ROY Haskell, Okla. Phi Delta Treasurer Kendallabrum Bus. Mgr. '28, '29-30 Collegian, Asst. Bus. Mgr Pep Club President Smith Club, President Y. M. C. A. Treasurer Student Field Secretary CSummer '29J Glee Club, '28 Pep Club Sec'y, '28 X75 ' 4, . f., 1 1 l l V STIMETZ, JOHN Tulsa, Okla. WARD, Mas. ZELLA Sigma Theta Tau Tulsa' Okla' WATSON, ANNA RUTH Z, Tulsa, Okla. lip-ly Chi Omega . . Chi Nu Epsilon l3,'ggpgH'CE ,: Student Council ' ' Qi Womans Pan-Hellenic League of Women Voters, ez. b Vice-President A YEAGER, G. S. Tulsa, Okla. f' Mens Glee Club W L". f I The New Fine Arts - Building IVlIl,DRED AND Lois il' 1 , L. , 0 5 K One of the Carpenter Twins ' MARVIN AND ANNA RUTH , -Which? F fx R, v mme -L , gd i .1 r. Mx K f I J' l 1 i v.,l 1 ' lvp., w , . . .H ' ff Z H J , Il.-va--l:lLm!41II" 5, I. "" :ff 4 il, 5, M " W, ffl :IJ 1 ,,,,, W f,r,u.l1. 1 !.1,, aww' , 'f V . 1' V lllll w 'fffwin --Pmgfpgzyzgzgi'-'"fi-'j , Q9 'mi P ,y ......',f: 'MN 1 NX X 1 1,11 V , 1 ,N Q 'ml f fm? . "-" 41 N ' "" f,.. 4!.ff 1g jffefxnzn-' ,.Vv : V'-.A I mx , -- I . ,BA IL.. fffzs 'I j ' '3z,3 ?.??, ,f- K' f " azmg., -., 1 A! Sophomores X -. ' -n 4 EBY, SETH Tulsa, Okla. President ALLEN, REBECCA Tulsa, Okla. Secretary TUCKER, IRENE Tulsa, Okla. Staff and Circle Sponsor , ' ,Vt :WW x W l 1. 1 J. 1. I-IANKS, GLADYS Tulsa, Okla. Vice-President BRYAN, VAUGHN Tulsa, Okla, Treasurer X!'1 xyw 'X-' ' ' T' C - 'V . ,' ,rf ','f5'lfw ,, V, v 5 A . .- I V' V - M r .A -:-F4-' H1 'A T'-'I l '1 A JH. ', - - I A t ' ' , . i,: I BAILEY, DON Tulsa, Okla. BAKER, ELIZABETH Bixby, Okla. BAUM, ROBERT Skiatook, Okla. I I, I F K- BROWN, ARNOLD I I ' Tulsa, Okla. i g ' BROWN, LUELLA 2 Tulsa, Okla. l , I 1 A , I I CAMMACK, GERALDINE I I Tulsa, Okla. 5 I Q 3 .IW I.-. 1 , COWAN, SHIRLEY I Tulsa, Okla. ' l CRAICZ, CLAUDE Tulsa, Okla. lla I , , rm. , , DEPEW, MARGARET , lr" Tulsa, Oklag ' ,lf T L X . 'O U wif V l ,I l 1 V ,ffl 'W ' ' 'vb 3 , ' -.ln " lxf' l' x V Y , . , Y J I M M X jf , ,jf X, FIELDs,HowA 'II ' I, 1 Tulsa, Omg. l 'WJ' ' Tl FIELDs,joE . Pleasantville, N. J. t " ILM- ,..:,..,. .I I W.-I . -I " A1131 Jr' J .W K--' 'T 'Q.'fff"' .' " VT "Vw 1, f 1 ,,,...,,,4. W,"-,. , L, f . f If L, I . IQ I V K1 BARNETT, MARY Sand Springs, Okla. BELL, LULA Tulsa, Okla. BROOKS, FRED Tulsa, Okla. BROWN, HUGO Tulsa, Okla. CARPENTER, DICK Tulsa, Okla. CLUTE, ANNA Skiatook, Okla. DUVALL, ALVIN Tulsa, Okla. ELLIOTT, NEOLA Tulsa. Okla, ELWOOD, RUSSELL Absecon, N. -I. FINNEY, ARLENE Fort Smith, Ark. 3 1 E - ga, 5,-M., ,Ly .L , L AA., ,mu 4 .5: 45,3 --. ,-M19 3 O - FRASER, IAN Tulsa, Okla. GRISHAM TOM Okmulgee. Okla, ALLEN, BEULAH Tulsa, Okla. HARWELL, MAURICE Tulsa, Okla. HALL, HELEN Tulsa, Okla. HINCKLEY, OLLIE Tulsa, Okla. HASKEW, WALTER Tulsa' Okla' HOAGLAND, ANNA Tulsa, Okla, HIGDON, EVELYN Tulsa, Okla. HOWARD, LEO Tulsa, Okla. HOLDREN, OLEN Tulsa' Okla' HUCCINS, Oms Tulsa, Okla. JOHNSON, ALVIN Tulsa, Okla. LANTRY, JosEPHlNE Tulsa, Okla. , JOHNSON, DOROTHY Tulsa, Okla. LOUIS, LOREN 1-UND, TRELFA Tulsa, Okla. Chicago, lll. MARsHALL, ROSEMARY Tulsa, Okla. McKAY, VIRGIL I Tulsa' Okla' MERCER, RENA MAE Tulsa, Okla. 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A PALMER, TOMMY Tulsa, Okla' PORTER, ROBERTA Tulsa, Okla. 5 - - l I PARROTT, VIRGINIA I ' 2 I Tulsa, Okla. ' l Poli, MAUD I ,V l 5 5 Bixby, Okla. 1 ' I 1 I PICKETT, FLORENE , I ' I I Q Sapulpa, Okla, I ,, S 1 1 l l 1 l I E I ' I ' , I I l I 1 I 1 ' E i I SALT?OEJSEbTADINE , I s I l ROLII-TE, WILCSISM u Sa' la' ' 5 2 obart, a. I i l SHAW, MARY ' ' ? l Tulsa, Okla. I 4 ' . l' ' s.,.J gj5i?:l"2lS l SHAW, SI-IADRACH i Tulsa, Okla. l " .4 5 I SPILI.MAN,juLIAN Q Jenks, Okla. t ' SMITI-I, BARRY Tulsa, Okla, 1 l I 1 9 f 19115 - E , Q I TUCKER, lVgTCHlil:IL 'Q TITTT l?Ess3zkl,EE Sprmg Eid' O' l Q u sa, a. F4155 l WHITESIDE, VIVIAN S i I 5 ' Tulsa, Okla. . L lm, , Tl" 'lp ' , I I-If I I l ll? , WIGGINS, CLARA I ,H Tulsa, Okla, Il - l l WRIGHT, MAxINE 5 l' WILSON, WlLl.lAM Tulsa, Okla' l Tulsa, Okla. i l I . l I if l. Ii' llll Ii? I I ,g.L.lf 't' , pf V, V, , , , Y, , ,Wm , L. .4 'E'?":5ai-3-I--y,I1l'1:4,.,5L',,'w----. --f I , It .. , . I. Rai' ,J .,- , , ,IL , I .f-:-1 I. 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'ju I f A, Ill CALK, BERVNARD LL' 1 V 'T 'llrl Tulsa, Okla. Nfl ' L. ilQ"! BURDETT, BSIETON ll 1 , , Tulsa, a. 'All . -I 1 1, 3 CANFIELD, MARY l'A1 T' , ll T Y Tulsa, Okla, 1 l A A 1 . i l ,- ' l ' 1 l l ' , l 3 Q 1 Q a 54 filsl l W 2-, 'r f Q--.W T 'l "lu H964 ' I ll il .lf T FH' CAS?',lWAltgfl5R ' l 3 Ig ' , K, . I 1 1 l ' ll l U gd' A CLAY1, ?UBlE5il3 1 l ' l u Sa, a. g , 1 ' l 'l T CLARK, CHARLES ' Q ' :Iv ' Tulsa, Okla. il Q : ' l ' ll ' l . ll I , f i l l A l ' 'T 1 T ' l l v- , lvl llly I 1 ' I l ll A l l T 1 ' T Tl . I: 'fi ll l I , , A- A fllfg -A " l lfviiw .,,, ,Q , , Mig ff , ' ., 'ii , , .-.- -H-,,.-fVf - -A A- --MM l fl W 'j-Qjjffii Ti":u,m dai- Aff- -A ' J I: K l ' y:,mf:T2ulf.LgP4l.',f.Rulllll ' 4 12.31..'5-uQul.'-1-.ml".a.f".l'I.E A -.u,.:,JL"?4:,2'ip . ,, f!11'?j'11r.::Q, fl A "V 1 AIQIVHI -'ff I I w- I LII, v-I4 In I IMI'-I EI . .Ia II--I ,If ' - I -' f uv' I- I I I .. I I I ,II 'I II-I + if. , I, A Z' Y ' 1 7 I I! I' -tm I YY...-..-. ,.. ..,., .,..... II L II, ig, P Q." I l VI I ' . I V .W . 5' F" ' -'VI' is 'l ' l ' I I .Q L' ' l I x+ I I 2141 V E 1. - I I ,. .f COGSWELL, WILLIAM - l T"l5a' Okla' CORNFIELD, SAYDE I I Tulsa. Okla. , I -I I - I I COOLEY, M, L, ' ' Tulsa, Ol-ala. 5 21 . I 5iI ' I 3" CRABILL, NELLIE MARIE IVT COULTER, HERBERT Claremore, Okla, X S 7 fl' Bristow, Okla. I I 5? l CRAWFORD, JOE ANN 5 3 EY' , W Tulsa, Okla. I , ' ' I Q E I I ' ' I I , I , I I I 5 Q 3 3 I I ' I CULBERTSON,,IAMES I I I , Tuisa, Oklzx. I I 1 I i Q DALTON, LESLIE I ' l 5 I l I Claremore, Okla. l X , I I , DAGUE, CLAIRE l I Tulsa, Okla, l 1 5 I ffl l l l l fl I f I 5 ' I l I 1 I r l I DEIC-I-lx1AN,gIgIMA MAE W I DEARDORF, WILSON U Sa' 8' l l Tulsa, Okla, 3 ' l E DEVINE, ROBERT ' . l Tulsa, Okla. I C 57 f I4 '3-Q' ' ,I, Q I f-I -r ,, K I I 7 5 if" i l l DODD NEVIN l , 'I ff" , I l Tulsa, Okla. i ' 9 I DOROUGH, GAYLORD ' ' I l DCR?-UTHY I6,1k,,iR,E Tulsa, Okla. u sa, a. I I rl l QL I I I l II I L If jf! I DOWELL, EVELYN 5 ,3 E 11 DOTIF' FAAEIISRIE Tulsa, Okla. ll I I, ' u sa, a. II II. Li AQLIT5 TQ- ft I 6 DRAKE, KATHERYN 1 1 '- ' W I Tulsa, Okla, l 2 L I l 1 I ,. , , I , ll fl ffl, I iw fi I I I I I -- I I L. l l - I 5 DUNCAN, BOB f l -I I li I I I Tulsa, Okla. I I I ai . II f I I 1 .I I ll i 2 I EDGAlR,llYIII6Jl5ED E I 3 I DUNLAP, lRENEk U 54- 2' I I E: K, I I ,A Sapulpa, O la. I Q I II 1 i I li I I I I I I I Q, V II I I II I TI 1' - I ll I ' I I IIII ll f 15 lllil -I , 455 l...MI, L , , , W-.. gn , , ,Q M-l -L,-,,,.-.,A,,,,-A,,A,,, ,L ,,. , -LW LM' aI ,UL I,. I I - 1 ' ' Q 4 ' L . ,.,., ,, I . , , , , N ,A ,Q M. T I .1 L -4 , N: -5 ' I I TI 1, I, 4 If N f-iI' 4X ' -L ,-- N -, I -I - I 5,31 7 X IfI. fI -. I -II,-1 MI- 'I I' 3. . ,, lw elfsel kmly ' I - ' I-IAQIIIIIIIII - mc My ..I,. ,.,,f,,. I-.I-:-1 ,It..I1II 'j,:3.,gI4gT I " I ' , ,4 EDGER, Jo ANN Sand Springs, Okla. ENGLAND, J AMES Tulsa, Okla. FLACK, JOHN Tulsa, Okla. FINNEY, WAYNE Tulsa, Okla, FISHER, LEROY Sand Springs, Okla. FRAYER, FLORA Tulsa, Okla. G.ALBRAlTH, LYLE Tulsa, Okla. GRANT, FRANK Tulsa, Okla, GOURLEY, JEAN Tulsa, Okla. HANOVER, SUSAN ELYA Tulsa, Okla. HAMILTON, VJINTON Tulsa, Okla. EVANS, LEE Wewoka, Okla. FLEMMING, HAZEL Tusa, Okla. FINK, LAWRENCE Tulsa, Okla. FRANTZ, MATILDA Tulsa, Okla. FRYBARIQER, ARLINGTON 'I ulsa, Okla. FRAZEE, CHARI.ES Tulsa, Okla. GRIGGS, EDNA Tulsa, Okla. HANCOCK,JEAN Tulsa, Okla. HANDY, ROSEMARY Tulsa, Okla. HARPER, RUTH Sand Springs, Okla. I -...1 '1 v Z ,, sm ' -- 'gem-ff pa-,II wife'-:wa-hf,,,TI'yIs:.:vuqf-fm-aA-:I-:aI+,'!AySQnY ' F ' Q If' J ' "' '1 . " W 4 1 ,, X 1 1 :sI.I:'f:f'-gf:.5 f" Iwcmlm. V ,, - .1 I fgmqgm 4- -11 -P- ff ' - ., 4, A I .A -' -,dy A -- 'H M - if f - I ' It-'5',Af'7, .y-r-M Fif'-yr' :www al-:3 :T ,L - 1y 1f' 1,. 5 , ,' ..f' - ' ' ,, ' ., 51131 I, S. , ,..-,T'T-' "Q,d,,1f,,, , T'-:i:Lg,--,.,.- ,,,, T ,, , ,,,, , 19.30, 3' .,,, M-. --., ss.- Q I I , I ry I HART, EDITH ' I Broken Arrow, Okla. H E EDGES, LSIE Q l Tulsa, Okla. HATCHER, GLEN Tulsa, Okla. 1' . 6 A lg : ' l ,-ve I I , I Tulsa, Okla. l"lARRlNGTON, MRS, ARNOLD HINDERI.ITER, BETTY - ,. HUBEN, -IOSEPH I Tulsa, Okla. Tulsa, Okla. Y I I 'gl I HOEVEL, KENNETH '1 Tulsa, Okla, HOGAN, CAMPBELL 'Z ' Tulsa, Okla. I, HOFF, LORAINE I Tulsa, Okla. I ,, I I I I ..-Q I HUNT, HARRY ' I Tulsa, Okla. Q I HUMPHREY, HUGH ' Tulsa, Okla. L JACOBSEN, HELGA K. I Tulsa, Okla. I I I I 4, U I A T' JENNINGS, DUDE I.. Tulsa, Okla. 'ff JOHNSTON, MARJORIE I 1 ' Tulsa, Okla, Lf o r 2 ll! Q z P E z ITI ,E- -I E ill P O T ST ff 'Mn '4-Crw' 'Hifi KASEE' IDOIESCHHY u sa a ,IULIAN DOLLY RUTH Neodesha Kans KENNEDY BILL Tulsa Okla KEOUGHAN DAVID Tulsa Okla vas' KNEPPER KENNETH Tulsa Okla KlRK DAVID Tulsa Okla my :g,,I.r.. ,I I I I I I I III I il ,I I I I ,I I II 'l I I E. I 3' ' vi 3 I 9 'I I 1, ' I I ' 6' , 1 Q . J , , 1' , Il I I J I l I , - , , . , I if I I I I . , I I , I 4 I I 'af I ' I ' 1 - M-----Q----W --ff A311341-g:,:::31:1,::z..: .. H ,-:t.-Liv? .iii -If: ' "WAI , ,sub La.-Q, , ' .f xgfra i V , ' .- V v 195 S T A : I i - 15 1- Y' MM I,- - , p h is-31-.ga " N S AT I H L -- IA. M ,A wl.IIs"1sL,Mw, If pw. .I ,,,,J,,,. I, I. 4'1"-'-'ariusril-:Rv-4'u-I III , , I I KNIKEHT, BOBBY Tulsa, Okla. KNUTSON, RICHARD Winfield, S. D, LEE. HOMER Tulsa, Ol-cl:-I LINEHAN, FRANCIS Tulsa, Okla. LONG, BILL Tulsa, Okla. MACY, JANIE PAULINE Owasso, Okla. MCARTHUR, MALCOLM Tulsa, Okla. MCCAR1-Y, GERALDINE Tulsa, Okla. lVlClVlUl.I.IN, CHARl,ES Tulsa, Okla. MILTON, VIRGINIA Sand Springs, Okla. MOORE, EMMA Greenville, Texas .. ,I ,l .Q X 1 KRAMER, WILLIAM Broken Arrow, Okla. LESTER, COLEMAN Tulsa, Okla. LEWIS, LEWIS Tulsa, Okla. LOUIS, JOHN Tulsa, Okla. MARQUIS, lVIARCEI.INE Tulsa, Okla. MAYO, VIRGINIA Tulsa, Okla. MCCIIRDY, SALISBURY Tulsa, Okla. MCNARY, HEl.EN Los Angeles, Calif, MILLER, ED. Tulsa, Okla. lVTClVlULI.IN, MARYANNA Tulsa, Okla. I l ,j l ' 4,5 Ig 'Y mr l l l l I I , +,,LE I I ' l , 1 5211K I ' -i..?.' I I , I AFI ' I I I I I I I NELSON, EDWARD Tulsa, Okla. NICHOLS, IRENE Sand Springs, Okla PAGE, ELMORE I I OXFORD, ARTHUR Tulsa, Okla. I I PARSLEY, R. HICKS . Tulsa, Okla. I I I I I Sand Springs, Okla. PATTON, JOHN I Tulsa, Okla. I I I fm A -, I I L ' 'N fs - , -w - , , ILIL vw' PAYNE, VERNON ' ' I II sapulpa, 01413. 1 , .IT I PERRY, FRED N Tulsa, Okla. I PENN, BUFORD ' Tulsa, Okla PHILLIPS, ROBERTA PERRINE, PEARL 5kiat0Ok, Okla. I I Tulsa, Okla. I ' I I PICKETT, CORNELIA j I I Sapulpa, Okla. ' I wifi ' I. . I--4 POUNDSTONE, PAULINE I Tulsa, Okla. I RANTAI' Lair I I RALsoN, K. u sa' ai Tulsa, Okla. I I I I.. JSI ROLAND, CHARLES ' RAY, LUCH-LE Tulsa, Okla. I Tulsa, Okla. IIIAM , SHARP, PEGGY TVTAE 1 JI I Bristow, Okla. ' I I , . FT' 5 .' 'L' 1 , 1- I . I 1 If! It I I "H SHAW, GRACE ELLEN I I I Tulsa, Okla. 1 I I SMITH, KENNETH ' I ' V 1. Tulsa, Okla, I 1 I SHAW, IVIARGAREI' I I I I Tulsa, Okla. 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Coach Gloomy Gus Henderson in the 1930 football campaign added another success to his string of successful seasons by coping the conference championship and making a brilliant record outside the conference. For the last few seasons it has been the policy of the athletic department to concentrate on intersectional games but each season we had our record blighted by losing the conference cham- pionship by a very small margin. Not since 1925 have we held the champion- ship. This year the policy changed and our attention was directed upon the conference. With this in mind we were able to win all our conference games except the return game with Phillips, who on their own Held and being spurred on by the homecoming, managed to win a 7 to 7 tie. Tulsa started the season with a victory over Wichita on their own field. The Hurricanes scored seven points in the Grst half and fourteen in the second half to win the game 19 to 0. Many substitutions were made during the latter part of the game to find out what some of the freshmen were like. The race for the conference championship started with the second game. Phil- lips invaded the Hurricane territory and were determined to repeat their victory of the year before. The T. U. gridmen were equally determined to get revenge. The two teams battled on equal terms till the last six minutes of play when the Phillips team finally gave way under the Herce attack of the Hurricane. Chet Benefiel inter- cepted a prss on his 30-yard line and raced for a touchdown. The Hurricanes re- ceived on the next kick off and drove through for the second touchdown. Beattie kicked both goals. The Hnal score was Tulsa U. 14, and Phillips U. 0. The strong Detroit team was the next foe met on the schedule. The Hurri- canes had their first taste of night football in the rain. The game was played for the most part without a fullback, "Stub" Blackman being hurt on the kickoH and Ishmael Pilkington received an injury before the quarter ended. On one of the first plays Chet Benefiel made one of his most spectacular runs of thc season. Be- hind perfect interference he drove through left tackle for a 66-yard run and a touchdown. The Detroit team led by Brazil, the All-American halfback, came back and played some wonderful football. The game ended Detroit 20 and Tulsa 6. Oklahoma City University came to Tulsa for the second conference game of the season. The Hurricanes were able to outplay the Goldbugs during the whole game. Tulsa scored in the first and fourth quarters to win by a score of 14 to 0. The fifth game of the season was a return game with Phillips on their own field. T. U. missed a fine opportunity to score in the Hrst half after Pilkington made a 55-yard run to Phillips' 2 yard line. Here the half ended, not giving the Hurri- canes a chance to drive through for a touchdown. Tulsa U. scored in the third quarter and held Phillips U. scoreless until the last two minutes of play when Hildinger from the 20 yard line on a double reverse play carried the ball through for a touchdown. The kick was blocked and the game ended in a 6 to 6 tie. Washburn College was the next team to fall before the Hurricane steam- roller. The game was played on a muddy field and the half ended in a 7 to 7 tie, but T. U. scored in the third and fourth quarter to pile up a lead of 19 to 7 in favor of the home team. . Tulsa University cinched the conference championship when they defeated the Oklahoma Baptists 7 to 3. IVIcBrair, of the O. B. U., kicked a 30-yard place kick in the second quarter to get the Bison in the lead but in the third quarter the Hurricanes came back and Benefiel ran 20 yards for a touchdown. Beattie, who was injured was sent in to add the extra point. Stillwater reaped sweet revenge when they defeated a Tulsa team that was disorganized by the freshman rule and weakened by injuries. Tulsa U. was not able to repeat the victory that they had so nobly won the year before. The Farmers plunged through our lines almost at will to win a victory of 20 to 0. With the championship cinched, the Hurricane squad went to Oklahoma City. The O. C. U. team felt that a victory over the champions would make up for other losses. The Hurricane squad was promised white sweaters if they would keep their record clean from a defeat. The C-oldbugs fought with grim determination and outplayed the T. U. gridmen throughout the game except for a few brilliant runs. However, just one run of 65 yards made by Pilkington through the whole team was enough to bring victory. T. U. missed the goal and the game ended 6 to 0. The season closed with the Haskell Indians coming to Tulsa. T. U. scored in the first quarter and the Indians soon followed but the kick for extra point was missed by the Haskell crew. The Hurricanes blew through for another touch- down to end the half 14 to 6. Soon after the beginning of the second half the Redmen made their second touchdown and kicked goal to make the score 14 to 13. In the closing minutes of play, Weller, of the Indians, got loose for a 50-yard run to bring the ball in scoring distance. Several line bucks failed but a quick short pass to Weller over the goal line brought the winning score to the Haskell Indian team by a margin of 19 to 14. ,Qi M1 1L f I X f X ' Y F ball CAPTAIN Raymond Pearson Football Squad 'liop row: Littrell, Saffa, Renfro, Cappo, H. Alexander, Ellis, Director B. Miller, Curry McArthur, Meliissick, Van Fofzsen, Coppers, Dean Second row: Martin. Benehel, Smith, Howard, Grisham, Huhn, Everetts, Harish, Pilking ton, Lewis, K. 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Anyone who saw T, U. defeat the Oklahoma Baptist or beat Grinnell, not to mention the game where T U, led the undefeated conference champions to the closing minutes of play, will say that the season was a failure. lt was very apparent that the team needed more games. For as the season progressed the team became stronger and although the strongest teams were met at the last of the season T. U. was able to win. The season opened with four lettermen and many new recruits reporting. The first game was a practice game with Phillips oo two weeks after practice started. The first half was a victory for the Hurricane but due to not enough practice and the superior training, the Phillips oo came back in the second half and won 48 to 30. The first conference game was with Oklahoma City on our own court. The Goldbugs started scoring right from the start, getting a good lead on the Hurri- cane, At thc end of the half the O, C. U. team was several points ahead. The second half opened with a rally on the part ofthe Hurricanes but which was stopped a few minutes before the game closed when Pilkington was taken out because of four personal fouls. The game ended 37 to 35 in favor of Oklahoma City. Our next game was a return game with the Coldbugs at Oklahoma City. The Tulsa University team was determined to avenge the defeat given them the week before and as the game progressed it looked as if they would but in the last few minutes of play the Oklahoma City team, who had been trailing all through the game, made a few extra points to win 35 to 33. Next on the schedule were the Baptists. The Bison led an attack that was stopped only for a short time at the beginning of the second half, The Baptists were victorious by a score of 49 to 35. The Hurricane suffered the biggest defeat of the season when it met the Con- ference Champions on their own court. At no time during the game was the Phillips team in danger. The final score was 39 to lo. The next game of the season was a return game with the Haymakers. The Hurricane squad felt that if they could beat the Conference Champions the season would be a success. The game started with both teams scoring but by the end of the half T, U. was ten points ahead. During the second half both teams fought on even terms, with Tulsa still ahead, until the later part of the last quarter when lvlullens, all-state center for Phillips, started a rally that ended in a defeat for the Hurricane. The final score was 35 to 39. Tulsa U. experienced its first basketball victory of the season when it met the Baptists on our own court. The game was a close contest from start to finish with brilliant playing on both sides. However the Hurricanes were able to win the game 37 to 38. Grinnell, a team from the Missouri Valley conference, made a tour of games into Oklahoma playing the Tulsa University Basketball team its last game. The Hurricane squad reached its best form when it met Crinnel. Captain Dubie played the best game of his career as a member of the Tulsa University Basketball team. During most of the game the score was in a tie and even when the game closed it was in a tie. An extra hve-minute period was played and Pilkington who had not been hitting his usual stride put in a winning goal. Wick a few seconds later made the game sure when he made a free throw. The Tulsa team then settled down to playing keepaway until the final gun shot. The score ended 27 to 30. V . Ifffy, ,I L -' 41 42,0 r e, ff' Qi ff Captain ED DUBIE 1' 'AL' W ' '::':- Q QI1Q,7'fLlf"' it , :Q F F li F iiil ':.L -:.', y F S " F V-Xi-,WA L. .L..' ,.',- V 1 35 . IK., F T I Vmb , , ' I 5 , 5 , E . A giyigixigg i Y ,P , Q? if f my Wg, , -" 1 j Ail- 1 W 5 "A " ri t far . r -' is 1 P We 'A,. ' Piee l ' A P , K MUl.5A ,V, UL 5A i i 551 UL SA QULSA F .:.: . P A, vr., it ",,. ' 1 l s V K '- ,, 7 W :VA li 1 P 'e rr f f l A,,,..-., I ' ' . H V A it F Top row: Tom Grisham. Fred Wick. Oliver Hodge, Wm. Vifhitesiele, Fred Perrx Second Row: Ishmael Pilkington, Bill Pringle, Preston Littrell, Chester Benefiel Third Row: Hiriam Alexander, La Rue Finley, Ed. Duble, Don Bailey, Leo Howard we X S Eig a 'R x """': 5 V-' -,la 'WHY E02 nj Other Sports Wy Exon, v L1 y iff t-,W XL, ,GQVT Wy i QI AA Udo x' fs km Ex . . . Swimming . . . The llniversitv of Tulsa Swimming Team experienced the best season in the historv ol' the school. The Hurricane mermen not onlv won all their meets but the opposing team was lueltv to get over one or two first places in anv of the meets. The total of points for the season was 137 to .7l. The leading individual scorer was Frvbarger who had 33 points. For the first meet ol the season the Tulsa Swimming team -iourneved to Stills water. 'lf ll. had never been able to win a victorv over Stillwater and their un- defeated record this sea-on made it look as if the l lurricane team would go down to defeat again. llowever. it was quite the oppot ite. the T. ll. tankers splashed through to win everv first but two. taking the meet bv a score of 38 to 23. Frv- barger won ll points for his team which made him high point man. The second meet of the season brought the Stillwater team to Tulsa. The Hurricanes had developed better form bv this time and were ahle to win bv a larger score than the first time. The score was 4-l to 22. Smith got high point honors bv annexing two first places and bv swimming on the winning relav team. The last meet of the season was thc state meet held at the Y, Xl. CI. .-X. in Tulsa. Oklahoma Clitv, Phillips, and Shawnee sent teams but it was a complete vie- torv for Tulsa U. The Hurricanes were ahle to win everv first place and four second places. The final score was Tulsa hrst with 50 points, Oklahoma Cfitv' second with 17 points, with Phillips and Shawnee tieing for third with 15 points each. ln this meet lfinlev won first in the 40-vard dash. Zlfl-vard swim and participated on the winning relav team to gain high point honors. Swimming Team HH HHH 2 fav' e Top row: Rov Smith, lvlalcom lX1cfXrthur. Dick Carpenter, klim linglanel, Lauriee Yelton Second row: Kenneth Smith. Clarence Ross, l.a Rue Finlev, .Nubrev Clav, Charles IXTCA Xlullin. Charles Ballard iii ',ii . . . Baseball. . . '++2l??R++- As the annual goes to press Coach Oliver l-lodges baseball team has only played two games of a ten game schedule. XVith the athletic department con- centrating on minor sports, in an effort to correct the criticism of being a one- sport school, and with a new coach and with several veterans and many rookies out, the fans look for a bright season. The season with two home games with Stillwater in which we were able to break even on the victories. Stillwater won the first game and lost the last one. During the first contest T. U. led by a score of 5 to 4 till the seventh inning when Still- water made a rally which won the game 7 to l4. The feature of the game for Tulsa was a home run by Littrell in the second inning with a man on second. The second game with Stillwater was a different story. Grisham turned the tide in the Hfth inning when he brought in three runs on a three-base hit, Littrel was on another hitting spree and made four hits out of Eve times to the bat, Pil- kington's pitching was another feature of the game. He was able to fan Fisher, star hitter from Stillwater, with three men on bases to close the game, The game ended 6 to 9 in favor of Tulsa. The remaining schedule: Oklahoma City at Tulsa Tulsa at Stillwater Phillips at Tulsa Tulsa at Stillwater Oklahoma Baptist at Tulsa Tulsa at Oklahoma City Tulsa at Phillips Tulsa at Oklahoma Baptist ,,s4,,,..f. +....4 fc! 1 i ' f .1 f , NAM ".'fL'T"""19 at fi ww- qw-if .smziszmzfsfs M ,wwsaaii .W N, ,. 4-+++..u,,2 n,..p,:'S'. i:v iii sf K WZ Nfnvsffffef 4555 , A , 'gi A ' V 7. ...Tennis... -++HIlE++- The Athletic Department in an effort to develop minor sports started tennis this year but the Hurricane racketeers, so far in the season, have failed to win a single victory. As the annual goes to press the Tulsa U. Tennis team has had two matches with Stillwater both of which proved very disastrous for T. U. ln both cases the Hurricanes were hardly able to win a single set. The tennis team, in spite of defeat, has showed a fine spirit of sportsmanship and a will to fight that will surely make them winners later on. After all the pri- mary purpose of athletics is not to develop a combination of men that are superior to all others in a particular kind of physical activity but to develop will power, coordination, character and true sportsmanship. However, the Athletic Department has something to look forward to and something to console itself for all the members on the tennis team are either freshmen or sophomores and none of them have ever played together until this season, with several years to develop T. U. should have some excellent players. 1 .uf- If rw 1 1 - - FN Q Q Women's Sports lndoor Baseball '++ l'l+4- The Tulsa University student becomes increasingly versatile, XVomen's in- door baseball has created many remarkably proficient feminine enthusiasts. Though baseball is approaching the held of masculine sports, Tulsa University girls appreciate its recreational advantages. lt offers opportunity not only to play out-of-doors. but to encourage enthusiastic sportsmanship seldom achieved in any other game. Top row: Faye Keller, Katherine Rouse, Virginia Parrott, Dorothy Swift, Anna Ruth W'atson, Louise Norton, Edith Cargile, Clara Essman. K Florence Blakemore, Instructor, Second row: Rebecca Allen, Marie Barnett, Neola Elliott, Gladvs Hanks, Lorna Doone Conger, Dorothy Gilger, Arlene Finney, T ...Tennis... -OHL- ---H+- Tennis is perhaps the must widely known and truly pwpular sport for women. Tulsa llnixersitfs increased facilities haxe made tennis one of the schools most cunsistently played games. lt is a game in which grace ol body is a result ol' sprxrtsman-like lhinltingy in which quickness ol play isa resultol' mentaleuordination. Tennis has a distinct social character. and has the advantage of heing played everywhere the same. lt is popular with Tulsa University girls because they reeugni:e the eharaeteristie xersatility ul' the cultured woman, efti Xlarie Barnett. Bessie Lee Titt, Xlrs. lfli:abeth Elliott, Anna Ruth Watson, Faye Keller. Hockey '+f:fl1i:g++' Our English inheritance has brought with it the splendid game of hockey. lt is the lastest game lor women. Vxfhen played in typical style, it furnishes stren- uous exercise, and encourages one to think fast and play even faster. lt is a game in which every member ol' the team is indispensable to every play, Tulsa University produced a typical hockey team this year. Each girl succeed- ed in developing within herself a real hockey players alertness. lop row: Virginia Parrott, Jean Hancock, Helene Swayze. Second row: Louise Ford, Gladys Hanks, Sayde liorniield, lla:el lflemming. 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Fi I , EV ? ,I if f ,, 'A 1. I j ...Student Council lj. STUDENT GOVERNING ORGANIZATION -.+g:K++ GRAYDON MARKLAND. . . ..... President ED. DIUBIE ...... . . .Vice-President P5 NEOLA ELLioTT. . . ..... Secretary I BERT EDWARDS .... . . .Treasurer MEMBERS - V l"' SENIORS JUNIORS SQPHOMORES FRESHMEN Dorothy Gilgcr Constance Probert Ncola Elliott Zola Brown Elizabeth Eakes Anna Ruth Watson Gladys Hanks Katherine Drake Bert Edwards Ed. Duble Seth Eby George lVIcCaulley Howard Hyatt Henry Keplingcr Alvin DuVall Charles Mclviullin .fix i. 11 ma . 1' 1. ra li! -i ...ii ll I , A Q - fag- v 4, - 1. -1 ug.-fn:m-no " "9 r - " .1 A 'SMS Mini ,. ' j.,, 7 1. 41" 89-""i',,w' 15314 Eff' I Top row: Zola Brown, Katherine Drake, Ed. Dubie, Alvin DuVall Second row: Elizabeth Eakes, Seth Eby, Bert Edwards, Dorothy Gilger A Constance Probert ' ft Third row: Gladys Hanks, Howard Hyatt, Henry Keplinger, Graydon lvlarkland, fi 'ff is -H .. ' 'tw' ff: w 1. 7 : L1'H-f--Q,fg- v 271- A :f,.':..--2.1--1' -Q F " ' -' , jf, , fr Li. , .1 .fl ,. ' ., . . .f Q9 , ., ,N E4 1" 5--aff 'J f':F1',-'rflf v '71 'f " 71 T " g s ' A? Apts ' :J : Enya , 5 v- 'f S?-" 7' 7 L mf U QfA7P'Vi.f1L"g , QQ. , F fe Rf' ' . p air.. , t WV.: . f.,u1, fa.. ixfijg. -' 'P -19.30 ! Q I 1 SANDERS TomLovsKY .... CONSTANCE PROBERT MARY I-IARTSHORNE. Claribel Abercrombie Helen Abercrombie Fred Brooks - Geraldine Cammack Dorothy Card Martha Cory Alvin Duvall Elizabeth Eakes Duwarrl Ellison 1 Chi Nu Epsilon . . LITERARY FRATERNITY ...ml-g+.,. OFFICERS MEMBERS Bert Edwards . Caroline Farr lan Fraser Mrs. Christine Franklin Richard Lukins Mrs. McCarty Evelyn Plummer Constance Probert Harriet Robertson Florence McNally FACULTY MEMBERS ............President ............Vice-President . . . .Secretary and Treasurer Shadrach Shaw Dolores Silsby Reid Swindler lrene Tucker Delna Towner Mrs. Ruth Towers Anna Ruth Watson Pearl W'ood Mrs. Adele Mills Frank Eikenberry Amos L. Herold I-larlin I-lamilton ' W. E. Morris 1 i i I 2 ii El in il 'Ii an i f gl li in if -il l ii, 4 E. li 4 i fi '1 I .,.., lei i 2 +3 . giv iii-13 ii 32 i li if l Top row: Claribcl Abercrombie, Fred Brooks, Geraldine Cammack, Alvin DuVall, Eliz- ill fl abcth Eakes Second row: Caroline Farr, lan Fraser, Richard Lukins, Florence McNally, Constance Probert ' ' Third row: Harriett Robertson, Dolores Silsby, Shadrach Shaw, Sanders Tohlovsky, Irene Tucker ', 'H 'V ll .2433 ',l Hai ii." me 'ill .x.......- ' H S-mf , L V W Pwk., W3 ei,,.,1.A ., a,,,.g5 ., fr. 1 4 if il vf 2 - i , : L ,,, ... ,Z-+A 44 f 3. wa . ...Wg Q 4, . , v,.,f,,, i 5- ,g. ,, . A' .fzwm f .mm ...-xzsafmsmmwwxsrazsmzu. V-xf..hrL-in--w.: ,. 1 it "D-id :W A .:bEg1,,g,lg,3,ba5ys ..iiA.Qfgf3mT:-42,1-,,q. S . , 711 'I ' R: '1 I .- -- .:. 3,-,V ,K 4 '-'f,-Q.:-3 . . , ,Ia Q I K 'I Phi Mu Alpha MENS MUSIC FRATERNITY .Mgt-R+,. l OFFICERS G. RAYMOND HICKS. . . . . .Supreme Councilor LESLIE SCOTT ...... ...,..... P resident REID SWINDLER. . . ......... Vice-President JOE FIELD. . . . . .Secretary and Treasurer MEMBERS joe Fields William Romine Lewis Lewis Leslie Scott Albert Lukken Kermit Smith Reid Swindler l Top row: joe Fields, Kermit Smith Second row: William Romine, Reid Swindler .,. G ' ' 'I -wi , -'Z ,l.'5' Q- V' nf V' L Qin ' ' 1 X 'Wi-'5f'5?f??'l , s ,I i 1A I , , I 1 At I as , I. I , I O O MAXINE WRIGHT ..... gi, ll ff if , H x.' Pi Kappa Delta FORENSIC FRATERNITY -++Eii1R++' OFFICERS SAUNDERS TOFILOVSKY. . . SARAH HARRIS ....... CONSTANCE PROBERT. . Bert Edwards Constance Probert Harlan Hamilton MEMBERS Sarah Harris Duward Ellison FACULTY A. L. He rold .. . . . . .President . . .Vice-President . . . . .Secretary . .Treasurer Saunders Tofilovsky Maxine Wright W. E. Howard Miss Margaret Wyndham Laurence McLeod i . J I Top row: Maxine Wright, Sarah Harris, Second row: Saunders Tofllovsky, Constance Probert. U 1 'AJ' . , -A '-Z,:I.:.z- ,law - I J pk '13.1g,:jw.5,'g,',:' fy. k,f?g5f,gIi.,Ff.a, 4 1 I I T I' ,"-'gb I :ff-fi' fn- 1 , I 4 I if Dorothy Gilger Gra ydon Goss - 'W' Aw 'f ""W:f??'4f' ' fsiffv w ' l' , ' ' Z ' V M ir,., ' , rl fr , .QY. r iL, .1 , .., ,. V a ' 1 1- 11 12, '--15,1 ' Qj,mf51 , fg , 1.L, ' Haj 0 F eg! in i5 .d,3A?: ' ' - , , 1- N , . , 1, , - .1 .V ,, . X I 1 . flu.-5,555 Q iz 1,1 Y 4:' Q' .- ff "W " W- - -M - .. ir?" ' E oooo E H Q Q2 5' ' ' . rc P Q, , y 1 lheta Alpha Pl-n .. l 47 , 1 DRAMATIC FRATERNITY .gif ffl ' , .4,fg ""LgQQ. Zpgf ? OFFICERS xx ,ff ' NADINE SALTHOUSE. . . ...... President H L E RALPH FULSOME. . . .......... Vice-President 'Z 3 'l-HELMA SANFORD. . . . .Secretary and Treasurer ,. Q MEMBERS ,gb Dolores Silsby 4. PLEDGES Ed. Duble Phil Kramer Q' 1 Vwfalter Grapes Rena Mae Mercer 4,. an w 1 13' Top row Nadme Salthouse, Dorothy Gllger Second row Graydon Goss, Dolores Sllsby Walter Grapes Rena Mae Mercer aff,-'yfAg Aw" ' - V ' ,- f ' 5-" ' .-fir --u'1.1, lf' V -' -4 1 H. , L Y . ' . ,Q ' L M? 7' , ,1 A. ' """"' 'sj"" ' ' ' ' ' M' 1. ...,...-. ..,,., . . 5 1 4 A A E ' Q, . 1 . 1 V X i sq ' 1 V 1 1. A 'Y l v l . 5. 1 l 1 5 1 sr Q 2 l ' 1 , . 1 Z. l r : " 1 21 .- l y , vi 'f - x al' 1 Q l I , K' 1x 1 M l ' : 1 it . Qi A : ' l 15 A I LQ! ' . .--1 , I i ' . ' 'ff' r fs W ,gym .www . 4. H. I., 5, I f. .. I :'I,.I1g,:'q-If-341'-,I 1 -I I I N:::i,-I-.g,.,.:.,.II I . ,:4,oIry' .. 7. Iv 4 I I , .. . , .I I " .,,..- . It r . ,. b' - - A 1 A. l I. 1.5 A ,435 I . ,,,'.H,. A..,IA ..n1.',, - I 1 I., 9 I I 1 ,Z L 'I - II I' , E I S ff AI J 'I N W 2 ' I ' A 's' If' "5 A 'I I I f f'I"'f'e , , . I ' I ' .w Q If"-I I-fs' . " S F ,A C rw I.. I I I Q. I? as W A MQ" ' III Sf I E-ss' "' E ' 'fill I I I 7 I I I I I . I I Q . , ...PIDeItaMu... ig EDUCATION FRATERNITY I I , 9 l I I I -I .++:IiI:++- I I 1 I OFFICERS I I I I V MRS. FLORENCE BAKER. . .... President I I I MRS. ZELLA WARD. . . ......... Vice-President I I VIRGINIA WILLIAMS. . .Secretary and Treasurer I I I I I MEMBERS f I , , Mrs. Florence Baker Mrs. Bernice Kohpay Irene Tucker Ruth Burkhart Florence McNally Mrs. Zella Ward I 1 , Sarah Burkhart Mrs. McCarty Beatrice Williams I 1 ' I Harold Fox Mrs. Murphy Virginia Williams X Y V I Mrs. Laura Heineman Mrs. Thomas I ' 5 1 I I I I i , I ' I I I I I I9 'K I 1 I I I I7 Il I 'I' II II II III ,I ,.,7,,I 51,31 I' I,:II , II I IIIU finfli XLT' I - II . I I I I Top row: Mrs. Baker, Ruth Burkhart, Sarah Burkhart, Mrs. Heincman Second row: Mrs. McCarty, Florence McNally, Mrs. Thomas, Irene Tucker, I ,, I Virginia Williams 'I I H I fi V I iw .Q . 1 , ' I' ...' ' . , , . I.. , ' .F ,Q , 2' . ir I. ., . I ,Q Ii .. -I.' A -f . if' , ,, "'s .-GQ. CA if ' -- 1 If , ,. I P ' . I ' I. I - . '4" I . . L ,', u - :.:f,.,' wwzvi-IA-1-wrI t o- .. .JA L i n- 1 Ya .:-I . , g,,. . - ,. , ' mas.e." '-4 " IMI 'I J- - , I -I I' . - -,.nb.Ma-rg Iu4I-r.mIIu.f...1y.4. su iw? Sigma Alpha Iota . XVUlV1EN'S lNlUSlC FRA'l'ERNl'l.Y -++2i1ll'I++' oififieiaizs lv1ARoARia1' Kwoisrocik .,.. .........,... .... ......,. P r e sident Gicoktzm C:ALDXVlil Ci..-xizri Iiismxuoow. Mizs. S'iiiiNsoN .... Ooiissix Fiisik .... fvlarjorie .Nhlum Nita lxflae Aspen Clalliin Bryan Georgia Caldwell llelen Collins Ruth Burkhart Sarah Burkhart M rs. Buchncr Mrzz. lvlyrtle Cleas .L ...., .... ....,. , ,. . , ,Vice-President . . . .... Corresponding Secretary . ........,. ....... R eeording Secretary MIQMBIQRS Qde-asa Fink Ivlargaret Knoblock Dorothy Nichols Ethel Harris Anna Leach Margaret Sherod Qllie Hinckley Esther Laudis lvlrs. Steinson Eva Hunter Beulah Liggett Edna Smith Clare Kiskaddon Irma Loewcn Edith Swanson Marie Vxfall lvlary E. Wheeler PLliDQ3IiS Evelyn Hood Dorothy Kasey Nlrs. Paulyer Dolly Ruth ,julian Charlotte Laughton Mrs, Parker Florene Pickett Mrs. Wesby PATRUNIZSSIIS Mrs. Crowder lvlrs. Lawson on Cole lX4rs, Garabedian lxlrs. Rigsby Top row: Mary Elizabeth Wheeler, Odessa Fink, Eva Hunter, Helen Collins Second row: Ruth Blaylock. Jessie lVIcLain, Dorothy Renfro, Marie Wall, Annelle Chandler, Beulah Liggett, Colette Day Third row: lvlrs. Harris. Anna Leach, Georgia Caldwell. Edith Swanson, lvlargaret Sherod Nita Mae Aspey, Mrs. Garaloedian, Mrs. Lukken, Marjorie Ahlum, Clare Kiskadclon, lX4rs. Steinson Fourth row: Edith Lockwood, lvlildred Odell Sale CNat'l Editorl, lvliss Ritchey CNatl Presl, llelcn Lewis CProvince Presb, Mrs. Lawson, Dorothy Nichols, lkiar- garet Knoblock, Mrs. Crowder 'fu WF X W Jffi ff- so A , YAR ITY SNAKE LV TRE S , x ' 'H -:.- , -'-.qu CHU-5- Po UN S0 P omni nan we-ixqi ga K m X Q X X xx gk? 1 lit f .. Y ??y 1 ' H - fwvi if ',.,,-im-: q'f1-i 'f x i' -- 1. 9. QW' i MN w5 i X' a W i Q 2 X x if ' - l " x ,v f h s X ,, Q A fl- 'i ' g Ja m 4 R 54 Wgxx W Activities .'- N , , , -' . ,- I ,- ' . ' . 'Ir I I:-ua, "'fT..T ual .I , 1 'W'!' 1I , P ' - ' r f I " 'Y' .,'1!tw.- ' 151 - - 'fg.,,. I. .' 1 -. a v ,HI M' --, A,-. .I ng- wwf, . , 'g-,I1.:-, 1-sr-'I -4 I 1. -?EAx:.f --me f,LAw ' ,.:11.f .H Q- ,Q ,, ,S I ., at ,. ,, M ., V, ,, - ,,, '-,-,..f., - ., ff- , U- I iw.. . . . , 44 .I X., MI ,-., ,hL1?I,- i 5' N in .et A p . ,i gays , A 1,-Iv, i s I Q ,. F ' All I fin 1,5-E If? 45716 3? JY' in gr, Kenclallabrum I if -++2lgd1+4- lift x Y . B :il 9 '2 I-Q. I. , EDITOR-IN-CHIEF IRENE TUCKER -f STAFF LA RUE FINLEY. . . . .....,. . . . . 43 RICHARD LUKINS ..... ..,..,.. 5, V- MILDRED NEEDHAM. . . . jg CZLARIBIZL ABERCROMBIE. . :iff MARY HARTSIIORNE .... Q CLARK MILLS .....,..... CLARIBEL AI3ERc:ROIvII-TIE. . . 'g , MRS. MARGARET SWARTZ. . . 'fi WALTER HASKEW ......... If DOROTHY LANKFORD ...., 'l JEANETTE BEWELEY. . . Q SALISBURY MCCURDY. . . LUCILLE VAN NOSTROM. . . it ' FRANK BENNETT ..... . . 4. CAROLINE FARR ...... -, HELEN HARRISON. . , I if-+ ,1 IX:-fx BUSINESS MANAGER ROY SMITH . . . .Associate Editor . . . .Assistant Editor , . .... Assistant Editor . . .Organization Editor ......Literary Editor . . . .Athletic Editor . . . .Feature Editor . .. ...Art Staff . . .Art Staff . . .Art Staff . . .Art Staff . . .Art Staff . . . . . .Art Staff . . . . . .Cartooning . . . .Senior Editor ......junior Editor 41 HELENE SWAYZE ................. , ........... . ..........,. Freshman Editor if 1 ,. hx' I , -sz 'e wi L. 4. ,I , G - I TL. I Y-T, it Top row C laribel Abercrombie Frank Bennett La Rue Finley Helen Harrison Second row Mary Hartshorne Walter Ha ,kew Dorothy Lankford Richard Lulxins Third row Salisbury McCurdy Clark Mills Mildred Needham Mrs Swartz Hcltnt Swayze , , . it 5 as I . x I I A' 5' . ' I f?Q -, I 5 , I I . my I ' I Zz, A I ' I ' 5. , I , I -A - ,fr ' . '. , 2 x TE - ' " 1 I Mudd: Y , . .Avy fn. g-11, f , ' F -H MM, W- E L I,4, ,, ,,,, L I,,, -,,,...,.,,I, ,Y , -FQ ir Ffh ' . rc. , V . 4 .. I V 5, g-1-jp W":.IH,g1, Ig NQAJQ ,Nw I, -' ,-,5.--3I- ,ji - 1 11 M Q, T I,-..-,-,I 4, LVTEN, V . 'T-Ling., I A 1, I, ,A gf L'A4,, -Q I ' ' gk as 1 - -1-r v-,-W , E The Tulsa Collegian .5 rig . EDITOR-IN-CHIEF BUSINESS MANAGER Shaclrack Shaw LhMaurice Loriaux EDITORIAL STAFF WILLIAM ROMINE. . . , . .Assistant Editor ROBERT SHAW ..,...... Drama Editor ED. NELSON ............. Assistant Editor CLAUDE CRAIGE ....... Chapel Editor MARVIN MILLARD ........ Sports Editor MILDRED NEEDl1AM .... Campus Editor CLARIBEL ABERCROMBIE. . .Society Editor WESLEY HENRE ....,.. Copy Desk REID SWINDLER .......... Music Editor BUSINESS STAFF ROY SMITH .......... ............... A ssistant Business Manager FLORENE PICKETT .... ............. C irculation Manager CORNELIA PICKETT. . . ..,.......,... Assistant Circulation Manager ROBERTA PHILLIPS .... .........,...... A ssistant Circulation Manager coLLEcIAN BOARD FACULTY MEMBERS STUDENT MEMBERS A. L. Herold R. j. Kaufmann Lois Callahan Constance Probert W. E. Morris Alvin DuVall Frank Grant Top row: Claribel Abercrombie, Lois Callahan, Claude Craige, Alvin DuVall, Frank Grant. Second row: Marvin lx4illard, Mildred Needham, Ed. Nelson, Cornelia Pickett, Florene Pickett. Third row: Roberta Phillips, Constance Probert, William Romine, Roy Smith, Reid Swind- ler. 0 1 0 IDOROTHY GIl.CIIiIl. . Ci.,xm's I'I,xNi4s. . . Cjimtzi-i 'I'Hoi4N1stiRc1 Vllzeiwm PAitizo1"i', Gi.,xm's I IANIQS .,,. Estelle .Xdamryon Iylary Barnett Iyflargaretta Bartlett Ivlary Kate Brown Gladys Bruce fytlary Butler Lois Callahan Ivlelba Caldwell Tulsa Pow Wows XX'omen'S Pep Club -+161 BZQKQ9' OIfFICIiIlS M EIVIBERS Ay ia Cooper Nellie Xlariet Io Ann Edger Neola Illliott Arlene Finney Flora Iirayer Ciladyfc Hanle- irabill Iidith I Iart I Ia:eI James Anriet te Iiimhrough Iirneatine Long I lelen NIeNary Dorothy Gilger Betty Iylorganmtern IQUMCINZIIAX I-Iandy Irene Nichol-Q .....Pre:,ident , . , .Yiee-Prersident .....Secretary . .,,,... Treasurer C lheer Leader Rea Niehol-. llrxy ina Owens Virginia Parrott Roberta Phillipis Pauline Pounclsstone Dorothy Syyilt Grace Thornburg Top row: Helen INIeNary, IX4ary Butler, IVIargaretta Bartlett, Lois Callahan, Irene Nieh olra, Betty lX4organ:atern, Rea Nichol-4, Arlene Ifinney, Virginia Parrott, Iwlary' Barnett Center top: Dorothy Swift. Ollie Hinckley, Wlary Kate Brown, I-Xnn Louise Adyelotte IXIarian Rose Lytle, Ifrnestine Long. Glady-Q Ilanks. Dorothy Gilger. Front row: Louiae Johnson, Iltstelle lXdamSon, Ilrwina Owens. Rox' Sxiiiii. .. 'lFlllCl.I"A Lexo. , BARIQY SMITH. . . Oi.igN lIoi,oi-N. . Frank Abdo Robert Baum Tom Beeler Frank Bennett Charles Blanlord lwlerril Brown Charles Clark Lewis Cline lvl, L. Cooley, Alr Lloyd Cousins .. Men's Pep Club . . -++'a,.giR+v- UIfFIl1lillS MIQMISICRS l larold Crooker lXlas Davis Vfilson Dearclorlll George Dorough Lester Felburg Virgil Flemming Carl Gilbert XYesley llenke Robert llill Kenneth lloevel .......President , .... Vice-President ......Seeretary . . . ,Treasurer Vifilliarn Kennedy Lewis Lewis Loren Lewis Maurice Loriaux Allen Lynch klohn lvlelton Edward Nelson Robert Ownby Roy Phillips Lee Rains l e t row, top: lrella Lund, Loren Lewis, lvl. L. Cooley, George Dorough, Charles Clark, Harold Crooker, Olen llolelren, Lewis Cline, Center: Lee Rains, Barry Smith, Roy Smith, lommy Beeler, Lewis Lewis. Right row, topi Kenneth l loevel, Frank Bennett, Nlauriee Loriaux, Virgil Flemming, Weslev Henke, Wilson Dearelorfl, Robert Baum, William Kennedy, Charles Blanlord, Frank Abdo. ' ' 'T 1 l 4 i l E I L l 4 el 3 i l 4 l l 4 4 4 1 4 4 ll,-xlzoln Cmopxila. . lxflmlkleri lmkmtfx 0511-. lX'I.xx'1s1sRRY. , Smmll HAIHKIS .,.. l lu-.ltell Allen lX1ary Barnett lklargrctta Bartlett Rohert Baum Adolph lgLlff8CCI'1 Ronal Capps Richard Clarpcnter Charlcfl Clark Commerce Club -++5f4Q l-i++- olflflcplclzs Mlcmlsl-.RS l-oL1i-Q Cohen lXlax Davis Robert Egly Lawrence limbry Klezmer, lingland Louim Gaherino l-lClen llarrifgon Howard l lyatt , . . . . .President . . .Vice-Preraident ....Secretary .,..Treafaurcr Nellie l lL,lQl'lCfl ,Nlvin klohnfson Kenneth linepper Yirgil Nlcliay Lccmon Nix Clarence Ro-ws Clara Wigginx Oti. Winche-tier lop row: l-eemon Nix. Harold Cooper, Adolph Burfween, Robert ligly, lvlaurice Lori ltx jamers England, licnneth Kneppcr. teond row: Sarah Harri-N, Clara XYiggins, Nlary Barnett. Xlargarctta Bartlett, Xt le llughes, llelcn l larrison, Haxkell Allen. . .. Men's Glee Club H.x1zo1.in C.oovi.il. .. Iorrcncc Cloiznox, . Roiaifizi' Srixii-:iz .,,,. -,si.icY I liiixiti-.. .,,., . lxi Vvll -.xxtl iii lxxi-,wifi-.iz. .. ... -++!4ij Millw- oiti-:cuts Pizoitiissoit Cl. R. I limits, Director. . . ,. l larold Cloopcr l lcrlvcrt ciOLllIL'f Cllairc Dagtit' Ltwtur ,Xrnmcrman l lingo Brown ,lilINC'l Dyc- lorrcncu Gordon XiIi'XllilfRS TLNURS Arlington Fi'y'lwai'gcr Lacy Clraham filarcrict' Ro-QL' Linden llain isxssiis lfranlt Grant XVc+slcy I lcnltc .Xllun liing licnncth lincppcr Buford Penn ....4..,..Prt'-Nidcnt . .Sccrcttirx- l rcarturcr .....,.......,.,l,ibrarian . . . . . , , .Btiwincfew Nlanagcr Xusifatant Bti-einem lX4anagCr .Ni-Nix Doon, ,Xccompanist NIYCI Rfl'0Q Gt-orgc Ycagcr Earl Lind-:cv Ciharlci- Roland Billy Roininc Rolwrt Slater 'rad Yficla r QMLQ K4 li C',,M4:y f -Leu 'op roxx: licnnctlw Kncppcr. XYwlcy llcnltc. loc Ctillvcrson, lcrrcncc Gordon, ultima- Nlorriw, Robert Slater Sucontl row: lX1r. Ycagcr. Wm. Rominc, lfranlt Grant. licnnctli Smith llwirtl row: Ciharlcs Rolland, Cllair lD21gZ,UL'.cZl2lI'L'I'lCC Rosc, Wm. Purryman, Lcslit' .'Xmencrman ourtli row: Lacy Clralwam. Arlington lfiwbargur, l lcrbcrt Clotiltcr, Dc Row Cutting, Xlt-x in Dodd. Rows Pa rxlcy ilitlw row: Vlilwomzw Palincr, llarold Cioopcr, G. R. lliclts ttlircctorj, lXli1lll'lCC l,oriatix l,.c-Nlic Scott l lIiNRY lqlil'LINCilCR l'lOl.I.IS P. Poiwifiz Gouooix .'XLl.FiN, , lHoMAS Wlzisis. . , Vaughn S. Bryan Ruwaell Claxton E. XV. Cole Claude Craig Gail Coulter Seth Eby Kenneth Farnsworth Xlohn .Nllen Gordon Allen Leeter Ammerman Truman Halter Tommy Beeler Leonard Bowen Barnard Calle Aubrey Clay Dean Collin: lVl. L. Coolev, lr. jack Cullimani Gaylord Dorough Rohe rt ll Duncan l . Engineers' Club . 'Nffl' Ziff" OPI-'lill-QRS fXllzN1l3ERS SOPI IUMORIC kloe Field Arthur Garret XVinton Hamilton l larold Harrie Ford l lafslqin Kenneth Hoevel Fla LeRoy Fisher lohn Flack 'Virgil Flemming 'l!l'lOUW2Ifi Frieli Dudley l loey Dorn l lolland Bill Kennedy ,I amess Doeghan David liirlt Robert Knight Bill Lang Fred Lanfsen lamesa Lassiter Henry lieplinger August Lee Loren Lewifr Oexve 'lirella Lund XYilliam lX'1orrila lohn Sloalt Campbell Hogan I-.Sl-IMLN john Lowe? Ruwfsell lkflajv Nlaleom lXf1e,Nrthur Geo, iX'lCCaulley Chats. lvlelwlullin l larvey lXlillf: ,Xrthur Oxford j. B. Patton Vernon Payne Buford Penn Vv'alter Purssell lierns Ralston Clinton Riggs ....,...Pref:ident , . .X'ieeAPrefQident , .,,... Secretary ..,.. lreassurer Harold Spiller Ray Staplers Floyd Stevenson Nlitehell 'lucker Richard White Wm. Wilfgon Barry Smith Kenneth Smith Roy ll. Smith Vernon Smith Lewin 'lihomai loe 'lueker Stanley VanSiel4le B. C. XYallaee Verney XVallar 'lhomafl XVebb slamefc XYeedy George Vv'illiS .Xuhrey XX'ood Lauriee Yelton lop Row: Bennett. Stevenion, Lee. lhomaw Valk. Groom. Coppers. l-loexel. Lang, l-lor in Second Row: Spillers. Fields. Yelton. Fink. Kirk. Long, Hamilton lhird Row: Lewis, Coulter, Fisher, lihy, Dorough, Holdren, lXleNlullin, Welsh. Smith Fourth Row: Craig, Ammerman. Lund, XVeedy, Gordon. lkflurray, Sniith, Flack ll? l . .Y.M.C.A... -fbflf-iR++ OFIFICIZRS Cirmnu-iS B1.ANrfoRo. . . . . . . . .. Lisle EVANS ....... M. L. Coo1.EY,jR.. . RoY SMITH ..... CABINET MEM BICRS . . . .PreSident ViCeAPresident . . . .Secretary . . . .Treasurer Cordon Allen XVilliam Cleveland lun Frasier john Burgland Buford Penn SPONSORS Harvey D. Cnufzc Laurence McLeod NV. E. Howard Senn Wliddell l Top row: H, D. Chafee, Senn Waddell. Laurence McLeod. Second row: XV. E. I loward, lan FruSier, XYm. Cleveland, Buford Penn. John Burglnnd Cordon Allen. Third row: Roy Smith, Clurles Blunlord, Lee Evans, lvl. L. Cooley. Social J 1,30 L i I I LL. .. . llgafj , gg Q. I .. EL yvyr '-" D ' XII QI? I. . ., ,ff,- I IIRTKI . I9 . TI. .Q .H WW V ss fif i l -- . ffT'I?'l: ' I-' 1 ' 'WI . 'fi .f , " ft I. ..,. A-". - " 'I iff ' If , 2' in .I Pigs. A I r ' - f' . V President-DoLoREs SILSBY Luella Brown Helen Cooper Helen Hall Frances Arnold Mary Alice Day Margaret DePew Katherine Drake ...Chi Om Founded 1895. Epsilon Gamma OFFICERS DOLORES SILSBY ..... ..... ROSEMARY MARSHALL. . .Vice HELEN ABERCROMBIE ........ LOUISE NoRToN..I... MEMBERS Audrey Kohler Josephine Lantry Nadine Salthouse PLEDGES Mrs. Christine Franklin Lynette Gooden Betty Hinderlitcr Annette Kimbrough 'Emma Sue Moore ega . . . Chapter, April 18, 1929 If I .iss 7 President li- -President Secretary Treasurer Juanita Steele Anna Ruth Watson Peggy Mae Sharpe Margaret Shaw Grace Ellen Shaw Martha Stumph Harriett Robertson 'I.. I . I I ,f 1- Y I Mildred Edgar f, I , , ' .fff .I I I JM I II IFJ' . ' f. ' I I gf' li C ' II ' I L l . f I M I A X , . I , . I W 4' Il .I I 'I I L 1 F fgllyl 5 II15 II II!- lf ,f F7121 Lfjxy' x l I N :fy 'f I. 'X ...L . I , I l J ' IZ Top row: Helen Abercrombie, Luella Brown, Helen Cooper, Helen Hall, Audrey Kohler, I ' ,I Josephine Lantry, Louise Norton. in l . Second row: Rosemary Marshall, Nadine Salthouse, Juanita Steele, Anna Ruth Watson, If Frances Arnold, Margaret Depew, Katherine Drake. 'I Third row: Mildred Edgar, Betty Hinderliter, Emma Sue Moore, Peggy Mae Sharpe, I 5 Margaret Shaw, Grace Ellen Shaw, Martha Stumph, Harriett Robertson. !'. I.-IU. L , , ..... .... -.,-.. H. .... .W . .. .. .L . .. ..... 5 l I I ' I l -I ,I .I li II l I 3 I I Il I 'I lui .ILJ fi? U EI' Il il 4.15. 52. HI I ffl! I II I' fb .,, Nl III 3' if Iig Ii full lf. ll 'II If YY, , . . FW .,l.x..y-V v-f.s445 '2 1' -' ,f af , . at-95,3-ii iw- A 55,37 yr 5. f ,-IW' T -g :f 4 tag, -, - ' - a i be sd, , 511' ff, . 'sri 3' fm ,Jig , ag-y ' nf, 3 J , ,, Q" E , l9lQ,i- . . . Alpha Gam'ma . . . Founded December 7, 1917 X OFFICERS ' X' CONSTANCE PROBERT ....... President IRENE TUCKER .... . . .Vice-President CAROLINE FARR. . . ..... Secretary EDITH CARGILE . . .Treasurer MEMBERS Martha Cory Elizabeth Eakes Rena Mae Mercer Margretta Bartlett ' Virginia Bell fi if Zola Brown ' l Marjorie Dotts Evelyn Dowell Matilda Frantz Laura Claire Haggard Evelyn Harwood Grace Thornburg Helen Moser PLEDGES Kathryn Hennage Marjorie johnston Frances Linehan Geraldine McCarty Virginia Milton Betty O'Neill Roberta Phillips President-CONSTANCE PROBERT Helen Harrison Beulah Liggett Cornelia Pickett Florene Pickett Roberta Porter Marjorie Steffens Mary Lou Stoner Helene Swayze f, Q . ,T ,r, . v. '2' f .:, r' 'ij Top row: Martha Cory, Edith Cargile, Elizabeth Eakes, Rena Mae Mercer, Caroline Farr, Helen Harrison. Second row: Evelyn Harwood, Beulah Liggett, Grace Thornburg, Irene Tucker, Zola Brown, Marjorie Dotts. Third row: Evelyn Dowell, Matilda Frantz, Marjorie johnston, Frances Linehan, Ger- aldine McCarty, Virginia Milton. Fourth row: Roberta Phillips, Cornelia Pickett, Florene Pickett, Roberta Porter, Mar- jorie Steffens, Mary Lou Stoner, Helene Swayze. 1 43 5, l Ame mnu we , ,, ,V L? 1 1' ,E ,S il-3 ,A "3 , dig-I 4 n t 12 Ci, ' ,ya . tr .5 ,. K, W 1. QQ, ,T ,., .G .Xu gm, ,"2.s 1' "X, .,. ,li .p T, x -5 .1 H21 K., ii 2-Sf - F, .23 "Xl 35 .-5. ra ,,, , . K xv. 4. -1 1 'l '1 .., - ,.-W,-.I If E' IQ III R .. Delta Chi Omega Founded December 7, 1923 Qi 'I I, Q I ,I .i I I I I I I I I , I I OFFICERS I I ' DOROTPIY GILCER ..........,. President I ' I ARLENE MORGAN ........ Vice-President I I I I MARION ROSE LYTLE .,....... Secretary ' 5 I I I - I I 3 j GLADYS HANKS ...... . . .Treasurer v I ' President-DOROTHY GILGER I I 5 MEMBERS I , I I Faye Beard Virginia Parrc tt ' I Ollie Hinckley Evelyn Higdon I W I PLEDCES ' I I I E joe Ann Edger Elsie Hedges Pauline Poundstone V 1 I I Edna Griggs Helen lVlcNary Rosemary Handy I I I jean Gourley Marianna McMullin Hazel james I I I I I I . I I I I +4 IZ I 5 I I I I IQIQI If In IIII I JIII II I, WI IIIIIVI EI I I I II I I II I III I II I III I I I Top row: Gladys Hanks, Evelyn Higdon, Ollie Hinkley, Arlene Morgan. I I, Second row: Virginia Parrott, joe Ann Edgcr, Edna Griggs, Rosemary Handy, Elsie I I ' I Hedges, Pauline Poundstone. I I' I f , II-III as E - as ,eee E E so as eeeeiee so I L, ,.,, , r,,,, .E ,, . , ,M ,,,,. ,, ,. .,.. . . .,,, M Y ...,-,. ,. ,. v,,.-..,. .M ,Em ,,,,,....... ,,-t., 11. LLi?,-....,, . I feWffii'3I"1e gi, .wi l ,li m-I4 1 Qagfu 111 so --4 4 at-Q-M-----A--Wah-aaa A VM., .,,..-.e. .M.. a.-.--,,-,,E, , .. -A .-..e,-,-,- Ill lf' la li l i 1 l . l l n l 3 5 1 1 1 4 l l , Ei? 'T Nl ill will V lil eil gill ,x IQ" , we sw-l l 1 l :ali :'! !'4 4 1 I 1 p v i f 1 i V r I , ,....,... . . . Kappa Founded October 8, 1924 Gamma Chi . . I OFFICERS 1, Lois CALLAHAN ..... .,........ P resident A ill' Y 3 MILDRED NEEDHAM .....,. Vice-President DORIS FUTRAL ,... .... . .Secretary ' THELMA SANFORD. . . .... Treasurer President MEMBERs Laurice Allen Mary Bodenheimer Joyce Ballard Mary Barnett Irene Dunlap J Odell Ellison Arlene Finney Ruth Wyndham PLEDGES Bernice Kohpay Elizabeth Marshall Elizabeth Moore ulia Spillman Wilma Young -Lois CALLAHAN Eva Hunter Margaret Sherod Ogalee Page lone Ryan Mary Shaw Top row: Mary Bodenheimer, Doris Futral, Mildred Needham, Margaret Sherod, Laurice Allen. Second row: Joyce Ballard, Arlene Finney, Elizabeth Marshall, Mary Shaw, Ruth Wund- ham, Wilma Young. 1 WWYKWYW ,E-WM ,,M,,,M ,-,E4,,,., .. . ,, Z- l I l :li 415 'l .i v ill Els "l l ll: "c il l U li 515 rl' gl il il if ll li ll ,-l 5 ll if dliil S'f..::- fill' . Wliifrk' : ' if7"'T7'fi-: ivf'?"'f"'5",'?Tf5'Y::' 'Wi 'A' 1-PY!-'-':'p'Zif'1 Q if -4 ' 214. 'v ig Z' i' , '7 1 55 ,- -' -. :- , ' 1:.f-21 uf 41 1 f -s-fl 'V ' ' z ' 'A Aa '9 ' A' A H' ' Fra J-"2-'wff". 'jai" i" ' 4" 'V-'i L. ,Q ' -., ,, J xy f ig' , A' ' ' A' .. . - V T " 4 A 1 1 V , , L , y , A K 359,531 PQ 5 :lofi a x 'E' 1 g izifi? 'i'ZT'i?"' l 535,25 . Air' :iff ' , gigs--1 fra' 5255! i -?! 15:- , y in :ix 1, 1. if N, 1. ., ,l- .,, M S, 'Yv v P 4 W +L w F 4: 5 l ,L . . r if .f I '-1. ' SW' 9 :iii - 71" .J . . B ,. LL V ii? If J Ef f ,l . fl Af. V, 'ga . K-I yi" if , .E VJ gig ' ' it 1. 'VL , Q? cf, 1 . ' ai ' 'G lg T , 'air .kit ff wx wrig- ' FT' ' '39, t' ie Q" :U i, 4 :IZA ,,, ,. iuf -. Ad.-.AW.+-,,-..E ,Y,,, L E- LL, . X., 3, ,A .L LL. , . . . Alpha Kappa . . . Founded Cctober 25, 1924 .xx OFFICERS , I v if i REBECCA ALLEN ......,. President KATHERINE SHOEMAKER. .Vice-President GERALDINE CAMMACK. . . . . .Secretary NEOLA ELLIOTT ..... . . .Treasurer President-REBECCA ALLEN MEMBERS Virginia Fenstermacher ' Mildred Ann Humphreys Mary McAlester Sarah Harris Florence McNally A Erwina Owens Mary Hartshorne Betty Morganstern Bessie Lee Titt PLEDGES Estelle Adamson Lorraine Hoff Ernestine Long Mary Kate Brown Helga Jacobsen Miriam Spindlcr Nellie Marie Crabill Louise johnson Vivian Whiteside Top row: Katherine Shoemaker, Geraldine Cammack, Sarah Harris, Florence McNally Betty Morganstern. ' Second row: Mary McAlester, Erwina Owens, Bessie Lee Titt, Estelle Adamson, Mary Kate Brown, Nellie Marie Crabill. Third row: Lorraine Hoff, Helga Jacobsen, Louise johnson, Ernestine Long, Vivian White- -fl side. ' -a f N J .f 1 . V 4 T I i 1 3 F E l l r T 2 r l s i I l l i l i 1 r I T 5 l .V fl will JJ l l l all l l 1 i IU sp Q: 3? t,'t T ff! " .D mi wi ,al 17 3 limi 5 I I I 'T x T -, ,L L , ,,,-...., ,., ,,..,. ., , .............,--.K ,i...e W... J f 1 , . +4 ' ' X I ,l Y' ,T Vgfxtl If TM, 11' WV ,Q . . .... . . , ., -2, . - . . Y . . . , if '..f-2 ' 'Q : f .:f.-A 1 . -T - A it f"r,f 1 -'gf J fy r - ff -- '. , -f eq . ' fs... ,' " ":. '- .,,,,,,.,' f -' ' ' - ,V - . r 2 , 1 1-' H -A. ,lf jihgfl- 5, Q ' ' Q.:-, , L ' gb., 3,1-.L gg., 15' ffm 'VNT We ' ir., ' 1' i g- 'cw-X 5 L . .. Q 'is- N f 1 A ja r' T 'H . w if? in- fa m. T +1 1, .t:f'f'f J' l 1 4 -.f '-14557 'T' ' K 1" T' J' 'U . ' ' H ' ' - - T"-'iff-L ' X T ' -, L ' " I ' :,,?1fi': . I .f , " . ,A" - ' P ' ' E ' I yt, -,,Qf,r4ep0!42fJj 02.4. K' A ' fd' -bQ 'A Y ' Af flee - - P . . Ai -X ., lf- f ' l W F---- I9 3 O -AM ' --- ---- -7 X C rl .-....-.-.-..c..-.----.--. . . -E .4 , -.----e-- . -.ea.----.--.e.e.i, ,J l l 5 i I i A 51 ' l l : ol 00 l I f l Founded September 24, 1914 I ' A ' 'vw' nun ' - i ' OFFICERS lm l RAYMOND PEARSON ........ President l I CHESTER J. BENEFIEL.VlCC-PI'CSlClCI'1K l A . ll: l SETH EBY ................ Secretary I RoY SMITH .... ..... T reasurer - ag , , tl ' President-RAYMOND PEARSON fi? MEMBERS -, , I 25" U- Lennon Blackman Carl Gilbert Reid Swindler W , Merril Brown Oscar Hauberson Kermit Smith I T 5' J' Harold Cooper Edward Howard Donald Bailey i 4. .J ' William Everett La Rue Finley Edwin Dubie , Walter Grapes Elmer Martin Oliver Hodge V2 PLEDGES l Truman Baker Preston Littrell D. F. B. Harsh wi X ' v ' Q' l john Berglund Malcolm McArthur Dude Jennings l if Q Walter Casey Ishmael Pilkington Roy Phillips 1 ' l W - if -ff- f Spenser Coontz H. Virgil Fleming, -Ir. Barry Smith Q ' ' 5 , ' Howard Daugherty Louis Cohlman Ray Staples 'N i ' 1-- W. E. Dascus, jr. Tom Grisham William M. Wilson ll l 7' i Ted Hill Bob Kahl O. Z. Wright :B ,I ' , l Nl ll ,F L... . ' ,,, 1 l . i if l ' 'f ' I F Q' 1. ll il L ' J 2 l T llgifl aiu R gigili, ul E Top row: Don Bailey, Chester Benefieg Lerglrlinon Blackman, Harold Cooper, Ed. Dubie, l, I .3 Cfh ya l ' 'Q il l Second row: William Everett, La Rue Finley, Carl Gilbert, Walter Grapes, Oliver Hodge, l , l V' l Elmer Martin, Kermit Smith. jlj I J li i fi Third row: Roy Smith, Reid Swindler, Tom Grisham, Ishmael Pilkington, Virgil Flemming, i i l Q lg ' ,, Barry Smith, William Wilson. A ' . 5 1 I w "4 i ' 9 ' l ' li l ' gli ' l l S f i ' X A i i l a' Ii? gi ff A- r X I K. El 1 Qgr.-N,,,.,1.' ...... S-. W- eff,-g-:X gi I .I N ity: ,LT - " U 2 P -C.---..,.,-..,L,,, ....Y ,,t, L -W W 'V gg , I V XX-I V, g il 2 l A, tx . k X 5 L J ' xx Sf V QIKXAX S F liliflnzi 3545 'r.l fa: fe ' W " "'r- : y W if-fffl'55 " 1' f - .. -r-15-1-af: - ,..f -V ,-I , fn-pf:-, ,V ,V Y.,-t ..-- 'W' ' 'pci' ' 'Pg-A " - '- A -,-1-'N'1'l?':,, 12'-5. 'TA 'rms 1, .gf 'A' - F . IM, . Delta Alpha Delta . . . Founded February 23, l927 OFFICERS ,fs L ' rm GIRAYDON MARKLAND .......... President - GRAYDON Goss. . .,....... Vice-President "I MITCHELL TUCKER. . . ..... Secretary t l' HENRY KEPLINGER ..,. . . .Treasurer President-GRAYDON MARKLAND MEMBERS Bill Baden Joe Fields jim Perry Vaughn Bryan Graydon Goss Mitchell Tucker Virgil Casbeer Lewis Lewis Elmer Weedy Alvin DuVall Marvin Millard Julian Wilkins Bert Edwards David Murray Alvin johnson PLEDGES Tommy Beeler Arlington Frybarger Elmore Page Bob Knight Arnold Brown Torrence Gordon Vernon Payne Richard Knutson Adolph Burseen Frank Grant Fred Perry Homer Lee Herbert Coulter james Morris Harold Richardson Floyd Stevenson Lloyd Cousins Charles McMullin Shadrack Shaw Tommy Tucker Gaylord Dorough john McKissick Kenneth Smith Victor Weedy Lee Evans Frank Manley Olen I-Ioldren Laurice Yelton Howard Fields Ed. Nelson Kenneth Hoeval Bob Egly Top row: Bill Baden, Vaughn Bryan, Alvin DuVall, Bert Edwards, joe Field, Graydon Goss, Alvin Johnson, Henry Keplinger. Second row: Maurice Loriaux, lvlarvin Millard, Mitchell Tucker, Elmer Weedy, julian Wilkins, Tommy Beeler, Herbert Coulter, Gaylord Dorough, Lee Evans. Third row: Arlington Frybarger, Frank Grant, Olen Holdren, Kenneth Hoeval, Bob Knight Richard Knutson, james Morris, john McKissiek, Ed. Nelson, Fourth row: Elmore Page, Vernon Payne, Fred Perry, Shad. Shaw, Kenneth Smith, Tommy Tucker, Victor Weedy, Laurice Yelton, Bob Egly. I+ 'I LL... . .'.,- ,, Y I F I I l l vii, I i I I l Z 1 l li ,I ,fllwti ' " f. ' .., Q Y A .Q K -A --ef--a-e-am- -I ff: III ---we A--wk Il ,-A I l I l l l 5 T Ii' li 5 ' ' ' ' I 2 in Women s Pan-l-lellenlc Council Ig I I U C I I 1 l I ' ' ' I l H Men s Inter-Fraternity Council 'II . i 5 . I, l I .wg-g,,. 1 5 5 I , 1 A I ' L l PAN-HELLENIC COUNCIL A OFFICERS l 5 I I t , ' l DOLORES SILSBY .... ..,..... . . .President j I ' I CONSTANCE PROBERT .... . . .Secretary I 3 l REBECCA ALLEN .... ..... T reasurer 5 3 T MEMBERS i 1 ' E Lois Callahan Arlene Morgan Anna Ruth Watson f W I , Dorothy Cvilger Katheryn Shoemaker Mildred Needham l 1 1 l Irene Tucker Q i i 1 l , E I . A l I X INTER-FRATERNITY COUNCIL A Bert Edwards Howard Hyatt Maurice Loriaux ' I , Walter Grapes Leslie johnson Raymond Pearson l 'Tl P. l 5,1 I I I llriifl 5 li gs ' I ' .VW , ,I I ii lg Iii 1 C' Im I -A ll li at II T E EI L 5, Top row: Rebecca Allen, Lois Callahan, Bert Edwards, Dorothy Cvilger, Walter Grapes. Ii, I ll Y Second row: Howard Hyatt, Leslie johnson, Maurice Loriaux, Arlene Morgan, Mildred fl' l l' I Needham. ' wif, Ig Third row: Raymond Pearson, Constance Probert, Katheryn Shoemaker, Dolores Silsby, Eg, i 'f Irene Tucker. 1 ll f , if 2 5 l , , ,, . - --H f -' A If--2 i1,,:..4, ..,. 144 . -.....L ' Tiaras.. :........ EI. ' 'a-u.mm':x1yQmn-a-'f2,4"hmgw2r1'.H'..:2a.'.L."- TJ ' ' T ., ...LessonI... -++?1 eiriw- And now, dear children, we will begin our story of how the dear little prince, Clark lvl., hrst met the little princesses and what he did in their f:1thcr's country and what he told them while hc was there. You see, this prince was a very handsome CU little boy who had for a long time been wandering over the great cruel world all by himself. And, what do you think, children, he did? XVell, he thought until he was most awful tired, and finally he decided that he would go away off to another country where he had never been before. He went by himself, then and the people were awfully nice to him in this strange land. The king and his counsellors even told him to go to school where all the other children of the country went. Now the little prince thought that he must be very fine to be treated so by the people, and then he thought that per- haps he really deserved all the nice things that they did for him, just because of his own worth. Oh, by the time he had been in that town for a very short time he began to think that maybe he was even greater than a priene, fX4aybe he was a king, even, or maybe he was a mighty emperor. Anyway, he became very, very grand and became very bold. l-le bossed everybody around, even the king and all the little princesses that had been so nice to him. He would get all dressed up to go to a big ball and then not go at all with the little princess he had asked in the first place. Of course, dear freshmen, the little princess would sit at home all by herself and cry and ery and ery until her little heart would nearly break. But at the dance that night she wouldnt even dance with him, unless her king had asked her to be nice and polite, Remember, little children, that all real little princes and princesses are very polite all of the time and never, if they can possibly help it, do a single thing that might hurt someones feelings. This little prince just didn't know, but he had some friends who thought they understood him and they came and told the little princesses how sorry they were that these things happened and they came from the king himself. Of course the princesses were very obedient to any wish of the king and they said they would forgive the prince, The prince himself saw the evil of his ways and asked forgive- ness, and so winning was the music he used that some of the little princesses even forgot. This little prince had many troubles during his long journey in this land of Kind People and he had many of his foreign ways to change. The king is helping him, and he is, perhaps taking counsel with him even now. So, dear little children that come from strange lands, remember that there are kings, princesses and many other princes quite as great as in your own land, and they will long remember the case of the strange prince Clark. So you had better watch out. or maybe the great big old king will order your head chopped off and your body thrown into thc deep. swift Arkansas River. . 1 l or-JQA I , i ii Y -fwfxrW" flu 0135 A fe ffli! fly ff ' I' ' Jil W s 3 Some day 111 - 4 Q52 ,l 9, l'll be as grand asgfylfl l the rest And scorn me A'Sis' When l'm thc ones that calleelicpj-'55 ,V i a junior, then Sen- f' p ior Une 4 Oh! For those not far oil years of bliss! ll l'm climbing higher every hour ln importance and mental power. I They call me "Sis" and A'Freekles," Knd l may be the littlest hall- But they's better hurry and have their lun- 'Cause its coming my turn to s ,l " i ,ii I fi l,itl E .l ill 1 1 ' V 1 .lil ,lent 'Uri A 5 ii ' 15, lf F pi fl 1 l - to laugh. I H V rl' ,, , Q THE HAUL OF FAIWE After long hours of deliberation by a Committee of select leaders on the campus, the following have been named for the honor ol' being members of the HAUL off FAME: Stub Blackman Leslie Scott The members of the Committee were: Mr. Stub Blackman lvlr. Leslie Scott k 'Mu ,Zmw JLQM .AIU ,066 EMM Www Dolorw And hcr XYiIlic Box Adorn thc CQIYDDLIS Greens. 'True low' i Clonr-tzmt. Cihildrcn LIL Until you Walxun Ifrom your l7rcmnfe," flu mLml6 r 'HAL proud to mnouncp tlu orffml mon of 1 naw dub. They prulcr to xxlrhhold thc n mu ol thc club but IN ordc r to umm r at mto thc common pxr IYILL ol thu motlu Llliipbl molw It m IX lu c1llLd tl Q Ll llfmc pm lX4cmbLr lo L mtrx C onmc Proba rt l lg mor Xluwblonl LJLOFQII Cfuldwcll, Now lldnzx was am 21CfFCY?Q .Xnd llomcr played football And hcrc wc xcc them pcrclfmcd with cuss l Tpon thcir luvoritc curryull. il in EV D wihvca c it T x V s in 8-lf Sfafes for 8 me are ha Yollpcvios -.-. 0'l'ov-ibut fal'e,A RAS -- L1 ARIS 11x50 HAWK "' Gh.3v.u-ous! Tlqq ghoye was fauntl posted in the Yarsity Shop and many inquiries haye been made as to who the gentleman in the cap really is, The bobbeel hair bandit Cpieture at the extreme rightj refuses to give any knowledge as to his whereabouts. l-le is often seen dashing about the byways of the eity in a pawerlul stript down ear, obviously' all high speed. The bohbed hair bandit insists that he be located as soon as possible. hut not by her help, because she just couldnt smoke out a friend. She ean't seem to make up her mind as to whether she prefers this handsome man or a Vagabond lover instead. Any information would be appreciated by the interested parties. -++HK++- Sxooits: l was put out hy his re- marks. Cl,XRl.I XVhose7 SNOOKS: The Deans .4+f,1KQQ- l " Why so sad, Steamboat?" "lx4y' roomy just got run over by a train." Hfiee, 'at's tough!" You said it! l le was wearing my suit."--Octopus. "IQ , ': ff"-"' 1 l f 7 f .xl c' X I, X. l ff" .Z J . ,!2""-'Qui r,!,',,, A 6 M-.NX -fy, V! 2 f 'X I . YV I ' my Q 5 HXQNQ.. .ifvfffzf And cX"l' won Q iuloxicahi Znolw. f--Mqyukq olosllefs 'lo 0X'vyAh.'-- V 79 G4 f K7 5 L il. f lv!! 'I I X . ulfifty million lfrenchmen ean't he wrong." XYhen Nellie Nlurie is her name! And though lX'l2lUI'lCC iz: only one man NVith the lllty he thinks the same. -++Hl'2++' OLD GRAD: 'lf U. has changed sadly. Sruoicg How s that? OLD GR.'XlJI lfiye couples were S'I'L.'lJYlNG in the library laf-L night '++21'3'+- liENNl:l'Hi Did you ilunk ehemiQtry7 lii.Mi'.i11 Well. rather. l got :ero in the final. 1 see, one ol' those fellows who Stoiw at nothing. --Voo Doo. -++?1Ii++' Neither of them spoke .Ns they droye along Under 21 pale, Qilyer moon. lt seemed as il' they were ent runced By the spell ol the nite. Suddenly he shiyered slightly, Then moved elorser to her, "Aw, come on, pleareef' said he. "NCLH she anwyered him. "Gee, mother you were young once, Let me have the car just this one time, will you?" xii'- ,., -V ,W - , i Lynch. C. A. Lander, Seeyer 62 Thornton lX4cCarty. lfarnest lX1cDaniel, George IXI. lNIcCee Art Shop lXIcCaslin. L. S. lylcilreeyy 131 Company lylid-Co. Pipe and Supply Company Ivlathews, Don C. lVlacey's "Ready to XYear" IXfIid-Vife-st Printing Company lXIayo I lotel lXlartin-Fleming llndertakerzg lX4ason, lfl. D. lXfloore, xl. I l. Company Incorporated lylusgraves, joe A. lkloss, Flint . lvlaxwell Brothers, Ulfltrrifytrsii lVIain Street Theatre Mead Brothers Incorporated lylorris Plan Bank lX4id-Continent Petroleum Corporation Nlaloney Tank Company Newberry, xl. xl. Company National Bank ol' Commerce National Business College Nichols Hardware Company National Petroleum Company National Supply Company, lylid-XVest OiI3annon. Walter. i'Oil Well Suppliers' Oklahoma Natural Cas Corporation Oil 82 Gas klournal. The Oklahoma Tire ci' Supply Company Osage News Company Orpheum, lylajestic, Rialto and Ritz Theatres Porter, Bill, Phoenix lX4utuaI Insurance Poe ESI Lundy "Attorneys" Public Service Company ol Oklahoma Palace Clothiers Purity Ice Cream 'Company Palace Ollice Supply Company Pioneer Pct roleum Company Producers National Bank Packard Oklahoma lvlotor Company Quality Dairy Products Co. Ivlilk dl lee Cream Quaker Drug Company Rehnery Supply Company. Thea Roy, Don, G. Riykin Studio Retail Credit Association Reiten-Foster Ryan lylotor Company Royalty Corporation of .fXmeriea Duston, lylr. K. XV. Roberts. George D. Rofseaer 62 lyloon Furniture Company Renbergs Clothiers Rogers, ,john Smith-Senter, .Xrchitectsz Smith Separator Company Sinclair Oil and Gas Company Seekatz and C. Iyloore Sulliyan, XV. L. Statler, Raymond CPianosD Steward Drug Stores Skelly Oil Company Sutton Company, The Shaller Specialty Company, The Skinner Transfer 82 Storage Company Stahl, W, F. and Company Seidenbachk Southern Ifinance Corporation Sheehan Pipe Line Construction Company Tulfsa Tribune Taylor Oil Producer Triangle Blue Print Company Tankersley Tulwa Industrial Loan 82 Investment Com- pany Tulsa Amusement Company Tulsa Engineering 8 Supply Company Tulsa Laundry Company 'IPLllfSJdI'1 Athletic Club 1 mai. ii. c.. The Right XVay Laundry Taylor-Easterling 82 Company lncorpora ated United Floor Covering Company Vandeycrs Vaughn C52 Rush Western States Grocery Vvlorley, I'l. F. EQ Company World Publishing Company Vylatt Plumbing Heating EJ Supply Com- pany XValdrep, xl. A. "Tulsa Iylaidw Candies Webb Drug Company Williamsport Vvlire Rope Company XVertzbergcr Derrick Company XVilliams Brothers, Incorporated Vxiillard Ifoxter Vv'efst, Gibson, Sherman, Davidson SQ Hull XViles, Lester L. Westcott 61 Greis Incorporated Wiley, Dr. C. Z. XYhitaker Tire Company Xyhite Sewing lylachinc Company XVoodfs, Dr. Charles J. Yamoto Shop 'ii 5 , ENDALLABFUH I T My w?'34f6,..,f,, W WWRZ W I V Q74 aa, .1 " gn wk 4 1 :dt mis. 'fx l x I I 'I f J ' YR X 1 . CMN If ' .f ' Q51 "1 5 I x , 021 l y x f X 1 -f' 1' , Wi I fu V " VHF, W X H iq? fff! 'uJ,6i.J'AN A 5' A Xl , .f n I If p R - A qw YM, 1 XX, .4 5 Q , r , ,L 4 R 5 i 'ff Er ZW 'I' fl D l I 1 4 . , ai 1 ' ' . gk 5 'C' A? 4 1 0 ll va? 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