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ATE smiled on the University ot Tulsg six yegrs ggo
and students jubiliotntly welcomed g new president to
their cgmpus . . . His motto, l'ADUlYZG the pctst, consider
the present, gnd visuglize the future," typities his otdmin-
istrcttion ctnd hcts led to g gregt growth ond unpcrrcrlleled
recognition ot the University . . . Surely, it is ct fine thing
thot students mcty, ond do, feel tree to go to their president
with oll sorts oi difficulties ond receive from him sym-
pctthetic otdvice gnd did . . . We corn pcty him no higher
compliment thorn to scty thgt he is dn integrdl port of the
University-like the bell in the tower ot Kendctll l-lctll,
the look ot the cgmpus when lighted gt night, ond the
winning touchdown in gn dll-importctnt tootbctll gome . . .
The i941 Kendcrllcfbrum is, therefore, dediccrted with re-
spect ctnd ctiiection to our president, Dr. C. I. Pontius.
l'llS is the story of college
life. Look at it carefully,
then tuck it away so that some
day posterity may know that
when Grandma was Betty
Coed, Freshmen football play-
ers and other assorted males
had crew cuts . . . the band
started playing swing . . . there
were formal dances . . . in-
formal dances . . . and just
plain ole dances . . . girls wore
knee-high socks everywhere
except at T. U., where they
were taboo . . . female Vocal-
ists constantly gaye forth from
Tyrrell l-lall . . . the campus
turned out en masse for foot-
ball games, softball games,
intra-mural games . . . students
loitered on the campus in fair
weather, then migrated to the
Union when winter came . . .
the Engineers broke down and
gave two dances . . . the Work-
shop, like Topsy, just growed
. . . and lessons went on and
on and on and on.
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historic home of Arts and Sciences
part ot this year is forever dedicated in retrospect to the
1oving memory ot Dr. W. E. Howard, who ended his fifty-
tirst year as a teacher when he died February 15, 1941. He had
served the University of Tulsa continuousiy since 1920. Born
in 1866 in Iasper, Missouri, he began his 1ong association with
educationa1 institutions at a rura1 schoo1 there. He received his
bacheior ot science and master of science degrees from North-
western University and his doctor of phi1oso1ohy degree from
the University ot 1ndiana. Doctor Howard was strength and
dignity. He was a vita1 force in University 1ite and has 1ong been
one ot the fondest memories he1d by aiumni. He taught many
students how to tind the or unknown quantity, in 1ite as
we11 as in a1gebra.
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Lieutenant Cliunn appears at tlio Pan-Hellenic
dance in unitorni, nialcinq the girls l,r-eatli
less and the boys jealous . . . Band leader
Fenn surveys the situation . . . Mr. and
Mrs. Hargrove ao Western at the Delta Sig
Frontier dance . . . Dean and Mrs. Lanaeiilieiin
appear cool and crisp in the heal oi araduaf
tion . . . Faculty rnernliers also enjoy the Fresli-
nian Mixer . . . Engineering protessors talls tlie
situation over at the Lanibda Clii barn danoe
. . . Dr. anol Mrs. Loudon get into tlfie spirit ol
tlio Engineers' Masquerade Ball . . . Chaper-
ones and special quests looli on at Pan-Hellenic
. . . Seniors iorni for the triurnplial niareli at
Garland Hour . . . Professor Snuaqs is just "one
ot tlrie boys' '... lnterested anol interestinq side
lines at the Pi K A charity ball.
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Landscaping the campus is one of his main interests . . . he personally supervises
the transplanting of trees and shrubbery . . . expresses his patriotism by seeing that
the flag is put up every sunny day, if the janitors don't get to do another thing . . .
this year saw the completion of Sorority Row, the Presidents long-wished-for plan . . .
an extensive building program also gave the campus the Student Union Buildingfthe
pride and joy of the college . . . this year marked the first use of the two badly-needed
parking lots and the new boy's dorm--eGordon Hall . . . the Presidents primary concern
is the welfare of the University . . . he is the schools A-l sports fan . . . he rarely misses
a Varsity game, whether it's football, basketball, or the minor sports . . . in spite of all
this business, he finds time for occasional work in his own garden, or a game of golf
. . . sets students an example of friendliness.
C. I. Duncan . . . secre-
Business manager . . . makes arrangements with all students at the beginning
of each semester for the payment of tuition . . . holds responsibility for
the transactions and financial standing of the University . . . sets the tuition
fee as well as fees not covered by tuition.
Registrar . . . instructs registration of students at matriculation and at the
beginning of each semester . . . files high school record, entrance examina-
tion, University counseling reports, and grade reports for each student . . .
examines requirements of students desiring to be admitted to the University
with advanced standing.
Secretary-treasurer . . . makes actual collections of tuition and other fees
set by the business department . . . works in close cooperation with the
Registrar in the maintenance of all financial records and preparation of
statements . . . serves campus organizations by establishing accounts for
their use and convenience.
tary-treasurer of the Uni-
versity . . . the man Who
really makes the wheels
go round . . . has an of-
fice with more machinery
than a factory . . . capa-
bly supervised by Helen
Harrison, who gets our
prize for being one of the
hardest working people in
school . . . has a map of
the United States scaled
almost to size . . . Well,
almost . . . school's ace
designer of budgets . . .
usually knows what's go-
ing to happen . . . before
it happens . . . has a sense
of humor and a twinkle
in his eye . . . is an expert
with his movie camera.
Dr. I. E. Fellows . . . reg-
istrar of the University of
Tulsa . . . is the first per-
son to greet the green
freshman . . . the last per-
son to bid the dignified
senior good-bye. . .makes
out schedules and di-
plomas . . . is instructor in
the field of education . . .
sponsors Kappa Delta Pi,
national education frater-
nity . . . turns out a new
crop of pedagogues an-
nually . . . has a most ef-
ficient office corps . . .
headed by Ruth Arnold
and Betty Kendall . . .
has near perfect enun-
ciation, making his lec-
tures something extra spe-
lVlrs. Beryl Hancock . . .
occupies one of the high-
est positions held by a
woman in the University
. . . business manager of
the University . . . is al-
ways pleasant . . . al-
ways calm . . , knows al-
most the entire student
body by name . . . and
said student body tallies
her as A-l . . . this year
moved her office back an-
other notch into a corner
room of Robertson Hall...
is a member of the Uni-
versity Council . . . is
competently aided in the
outer office by Mrs. Ruth
Iennings, Mrs. Erma Swift,
and Mrs. Vivian Iernigan.
Personnel Director . . . directs individual freshman enrollment, counseling,
freshman orientation, general supervision of student housing, student and
graduate placement . . . attempts to individualize the educational program
for students by selection of faculty advisers for them . . . works closely
with the college deans in carrying out the program.
Counselor to women . . . advises women students of all four classifications,
but specializes in orientation of freshman women by cooperation with the
program of the personnel department . . . coordinates student life by the
scheduling of events on the calendar, published monthly . . . assists in
regulation of inter-sorority relations.
Counselor to men . . . assists in the guidance program as outlined by the
personnel department for University men . . . interprets the University to
prospective students . . . regulates, through sponsorship of the lnterfraternity
Council, the programs of the men's Greek-letter groups . . . maintains
cumulative records for all students.
W. E. Morris, lr .... di-
rector of personnel de-
partment . , . is an es-
seiitial cog in almost all
University machines . . .
formerly publicity director
and journalism teacher at
T. U .... is still a vital
member of the Board of
Publications . . . handles
student work on the cam-
pus . . . is sympathetic
and understanding . . .
plays golf in his few
spare hours . . . is truly
a Southern gentleman . . .
likes to spend his vacation
near Birmingham, Ala-
bama with his father . . .
is a graduate of Duke . , .
is mighty proud of his
young son, Edward.
Mary Clay Williams , . .
counselor to women . . .
and she is just that
. . . proverbial latch string
is always open to stu-
dents who are worried . . .
or in trouble . . . or who
just want to talk . . .
teaches business English
to freshmen on the side
. . . is sponsor and guid-
ing light of Senior Staff,
Pan-Hellenic, Lantern, T.
U. "Y" . . . brought glory
to the University when
she made the principal
address at the Pan-Hellen-
ic convention this spring
. . . has an unguenchable
sense of humor . . . which
is fortunate . . . always
looks very chic.
H. D, Chase . . . counselor
to men . . . sponsors Inter-
fraternity council and T.
U. "Y" . . . teaches Zool-
ogy to curious students . . .
who want to see what
makes them tick . . . fig-
uratively speaking . . . is
remembered for many
years by grateful students
. . . for his patience and
long-suffering . . . speaks
slowly . . . and really
says something . . . has a
dry humor . . . Daughter
Kathleen is a senior and
is following in her father's
foot steps and studying
zoology . . . Dean and
Mrs. Chase much appreci-
ated for their many hours
College of Fine Arts
Offers training in musical fields . . . and probably only college in which enroll-
ment increases as studies become more advanced . . . furnishes majority of talent
for University band, orchestra and A Cappella choir . . . housed in Tyrrell Hall . . .
where the Art Department is also found . . . as is the office of Dr. Pontius . . . College
of Fine Arts is magnet for much praise and publicity . . . and some condemnation
. . . when assortment of practice sessions blends into horrible clamor . . . and grates
unaccustomed ears. . .Dean Lukken livens up A Cappella . . . and his private
lessons. . .with directions such as "sock it" . . . visitors to offices of President
Pontius wonder how he stands the "noise" . . . but he claims to enjoy it . . . and
leaves his outer doors open frequently . . . art students do most of their work on
third floor, but can be seen sketching most anywhere . . . Dean's outer office popu-
lar gathering place for everyone . . . perhaps lured by the free phone . . . but
causing no end of confusion . . . especially when answering phone, taking mes-
sages and forgetting them . . . presented many programs of various nature . . . but
climax-ed the year with All-University Concert at Convention Hall . . . and attracted
2500 enthusiastic listeners . . . who want the affair presented annually . . . although
some would like to limit band to "swing" or "boogie-Woogie" styles . . . not satisfied
with efforts of Director Penn and his musicians during football season . . . and when
that group can stand or walk . . . and play swing . . . everyone will be happy . . .
with possible exception of a few unbending faculty members . . . most difficult prob-
lem is getting personnel of band, orchestra or A Cappella together for picture . . .
and then it's impossible to get uniformity of dress.
A. L. Lukken . . . dean of the College
of Fine Arts . . . helps uphold the cul-
tural end of the campus . . . is directly
or indirectly responsible for the melod-
ious efforts that constantly waft across
the campus . . . played "Boogie
Woogie" this year to the vast surprise
and satisfaction of the public at large
. . . towers above his desk in the office
. . . substitutes sweets for smokes to
save his voice . . . said voice proving
its versatility by its great range . . .
always appears at football games with
his young son . . . commonly called
College of Arts ond Sciences
Henry Kendall College was founded as a liberal arts college under the auspices
of the Presbyterian Church in l894 at Muskogee . . . moved to Tulsa in l907 and
opened in a temporary building downtown . . . in l908 the new buildings on
the present campus were completed and the institution moved into permanent
quarters . . . because of the peculiar advantages of this community the Board of
Trustees decided in i920 that the scope of the College should be broadened and
the University of Tulsa was created . . . the name Henry Kendall College was
retained as the title of the College of Arts and Sciences .... despite popular
misunderstanding . . . Art and Speech Arts Departments are under jurisdiction of
this college . . . as is Tulsa lunior College . . . although artists are housed in
Tyrrell Hall and Speech Arts students . . . known better as Experimental Theater
or Workshop members . . . headquarter in Kendall Hall Auditorium and their own
building behind Kendall Hall . . . Dr. Adah Robinson heads Art Department . . .
and finds time to counsel with her students and former students . . . and speak
before interested groups . . . college provides a wide variety of opportunity for
general cultural development and for specialized training in preparation for grad-
uate work . . . also offers work in several professional and pre-professional fields
. . . the Henry Kendall College of Arts and Sciences offers curricula leading to the
degrees of Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Science . . . curricula sufficient for
major work are offered in about twenty departments . . . a student may graduate
"with honor" when he has maintained a high scholastic record in all his work
. . . an average in grade points of 2.5 or higher.
Dr. L. S. McLeod . . . dean of the Col-
lege of Arts and Sciences . . . teaches
general psychology to freshmen and
psycho-analysis and pseudo-psychol-
ogy to seniors . . . and family relations
to everyone .... is well-informed con-
cerning the history of Mexico after liv-
ing there all last summer . . . shows
colored movies of said summer . . .
can sometimes be caught in his office
at six in the morning as well as at
midnight . . . fishes for relaxation . . .
and for fish . . . and gets them too . . .
is proud of his Scotch ancestory . . .
takes personal care of his lovely gar-
College of Petroleum ngtncertng
Students and graduates of the University of Tulsa may well be proud of their
College of Petroleum Engineering . . . the college enjoys an international as well
as a national reputation as one of the outstanding schools of petroleum engineering
in the United States . . . this reputation has been earned through the efforts and
wholehearted cooperation of students, faculty, and administration . . . four under-
graduate courses lead to degrees in Petroleum Engineering, Geological Engineer-
ing, Bachelor of Geology, and Bachelor of Chemistry, in addition to work leading
to a Master's degree in Refining and Geology . . . the school provides technical
training on the highest level for all phases of the petroleum industry . . . ac-
ceptance of our graduates by industry and their uniform success in their chosen
professions are indications of the high standard of training offered in this college
. . . only thirteen years old . . . yet in this short time, the enrollment of the college
has grown to more than 250 . . . faculty numbers nineteen . . . physical plant has
expanded from a small frame residence with limited equipment to an adequately
equipped college housed in a fine building, the gift of Waite Phillips . . . dur-
ing the past year, the Engineers' Council for Professional Development approved
the courses in Petroleum Engineering, Production and Refining options . . . ap-
proval by this Council is the highest recognition possible for engineering col-
leges to receive . . . also during the past year, the college has taken an active
part in the National Defense Program, offering two courses in pilot training and
four courses for employees of the defense industries .... chatter: . . . odors from
the chemistry labs discourage most coeds from darkening the doors of the place
. . . engineers always carry more than eight booksnto look studiousebut never
open them . . .
R. L. Langenheim . . . dean of the Col-
lege of Petroleum Engineering . . . is
in charge of keeping tacks out of the
woodwork and rust off the evergreens
. . . is the vice-president, incidentally
. . . added sponsorship of the Student
Council to his many other duties this
year . . . authority states that he took
the job as a source of amusement . . .
and got it . . . is proud of the paint job
in the library . . . but doesn't check out
any books . . . often bowls on Friday
night . . . can still beat collegiate son
Ralph at tennis.
College of Business AdmZni'stratz'on
Established officially in l935, the business school has made great strides in a short
time . . . has the two-fold purpose of technical training of business and education-
al background . . . toward this end, five courses are offeredfaccounting, gen-
eral business, marketing, secretarial administration, and secretarial science . . .
students are encouraged to make the acquaintance of downtown business men
with the View of facilitating employment later on . . . the Bachelor of Science de-
gree is offered, with options in any of the five courses offered . . . in cooperation
with the department of Education, options may be taken in commercial teach-
ing .... Headquarters located in Robertson Hall . . . although Business students
may occasionally be found in Kendall Hall, the library, and points north-and that
doesn't mean the Engineering Building.. . its convenient to have the Business
classes in the same building as the Dean's office--the students can drop by and
talk to him right after class . . . incidentally, most of them need to at one time or
another . . . the Business school is no snap .... personalities: . . . freshmen try-
ing to date Mrs. Morrow, only to have it explained to them that she isn't a coed
. . . s'prise . . . Lovejoy and his statistics course-'nuf said . . . Mr. Mclieon
arguing with students in law class, thus practicing what he teaches . . . Mr. Har-
grove and his little-boy smile . . . and his final exams . . . Paxson finally giving
up freshman economic order as a bad job . . . teachers have to teach high fi-
nance to students who can't manage their own allowances . . . the petroleum eco-
nomics course that proves, by statistics, that the way to get rich quick is to drill
sixteen dry holes in succession . . . business students always carrying brief cases
. . . the suspected ulterior motives of pretty girls who major in law, accounting and
A. M. Paxson . . . dean of the College
of Business Administration . . . is the
big-wig of the Downtown College . . .
the row of chairs in his outside office
commonly called the "mourner's
bench" by students . . . and with rea-
son . . . proudly states that more stu-
dents flunk economic order than any
subject other than chemistry . . .
smokes Kools . . . and uses them to
demonstrate his points and to sub-
stantiate his arguments . . . econ prin-
ciples class limps out after a six hour
final . . . they bring a light lunch . . .
with interesting . . . but unprintable
comments about . . . Pluto Pax.
Jim Alexander, senior engineer,
holds the highest office in
school, Student Council prexy.
Helen Alldredge, beauteous new
Phi Mu prexy, handles the min-
utes and all records.
President ...... Jim Alexander
Vice-President . . Clyde King, Jr.
Secretary ..... Helen Alldredge
Treasurer ...... Virginia Crume
Strives to further the welfare of all students, to promote coopera-
tion between the faculty and students, and to regulate all Uni-
versity functions . . . its twenty-four members are elected by the
Hare plan of proportional representation . . . meets every
Wednesday in the Browsing Room of the Library to discuss the
pros and cons and to plan Student Council football dances.
. . . the abolishing council did away with sophomore and
junior class officers, Windbaggettes, and Varsity night . . .
caused a revolution by charging the football players admis-
sion to the football dances . . . finally getting soft-hearted and
honoring them at the last dance . . . not that we could do
anything about it because when they came in herds, we
ducked . . . dug up all the organizations' constitutions and
took them apart to see what made them tick . . . took over
the scheduling of all University dances during football season.
. . . probably a little gabbing that could hurt no one is in
season now . . . Ed Gowans and Bob Conley clashing over
Whose band was to play for which dance . . . efficiency, too,
with Blonde Helen Alldredge recording the minutes and trying
so hard to enforce the constitution in her spare time . . .
Dean Langenheim always knowing the answers when no one
else did, except Pat Neely whose sense of humor is lacking
. . . ask her about the keys the students in the council never
received .... Since the Council was always interested in
campus affairs, mainly love affairs, we give you our President,
lim Alexander, who seemed always in the habit of losing his
fraternity pin and finally putting it on ct certain Connie Colvin,
secretly his wife . . . Virginia Crume and lack Mills keeping
an eye on the budget . . . and on each other . . . lack with
his constant explanation of this yearbook .... Highlight of
this year was Fred Waring and the Pennsylvanians dedicating
the new "Golden Hurricane" to the University of Tulsa . . .
copies now are out but what about this music fight, is it still
on? . . . Delta Lockewitz campaigning for sweater-swings . . .
Elizabeth I-larth pleading for formals at the Council dance . . .
Doris Bell making motions and twiddling her thumbs waiting
for a second . . . don't give up, Doris, you may own a Council
key some day, give us time . . . Raymond Ousterhout, his
jokes, adjournment or no adjournment . . . and willingness
to see certain young lassies in the Council safely home . . .
it really is a wonderful car, Ray . . . Everyl Snelson getting
the Council to swing the Union doors both ways to protect
sleepy students in a mad rush for classes . . . better late than
never . . . Maxine Vincent and her unique ideas for assembly
programs . . . Maxine being something unique herself . . .
Bidgely thinks . . . Peggy Vincil inquiring everywhere about
a student phone to be put in the library . . . one that woulcln't
ring! . . . Martha "What were we talking about?" Buchanan
listening rapturously while Don McLeod told about what the
Council did last year . . . by the way, Don, how does it feel to
be pinless? . . . Walter Poster swinging the deal to get a
public address system for the Council to donate to the school
after Bob Scott had given up all hope . . . Raymond Ouster-
hout and Bob Scott always drawing up petitions for holidays
. . . petitions which never arrived . . . almost hardly . . .
loe Moore attending meeting once in a while when other
business wasn't so rushing . . . Betty Bruner and her wonder-
ful arrangements for Varsity Night that were of no avail . . .
Dick Bryan sitting mildly in the softest chair and agreeing with
almost everything . . . Clyde King trying to take care of every-
thing at once . . . dances, school work and affairs, and his
wife . . . Barbara Tenney causing everyone to praise her in
a quaint red turban . . . pretty, isn't she? . . . Ieanne Ienkins
one of the most dignified members of the Council .... Bill
EDDSISOIIIS continual "Let's give another free dance with our
money" . . . by the way, didn't you like the idea? . . . This
was the first time in the Council's history that a large dance,
orchestra and all, was given free to the University students.
ln the picture below are shown the following members:
TOP ROW: left to right: lim Alexander, Helen Alldredge, Doris Bell, Betty
Bruner, Dick Bryan, Martha Buchanan, Bob Conley.
SECOND ROW-left to right: Virginia Crume, Bill Epperson, Walter Foster,
Ed Gowans, Elizabeth I-larth, leanne Ienkins, Martha Ann Kerr.
Tl-HRD ROW-left to right: Clyde King, Delta Loclcewitz, Don McLeod, lack
Mills, loe Moore, Pat Neely.
FOURTH ROW-left to right: Raymond Ousterhout, Bob Scott, Everyl Snelson,
Barbara Tenney, Maxine Vincent, PGQQY Vincil.
Bob Scott, the president of a
group ot presidents, wields the
gavel with a will.
Sam Brown, Vice-President, does
his bit to make the bon-fires
and pep rallies a success.
Student Promotion Council
President ......... Robert Scott
Vice-President ...... Sam Brown
Secretary ....... Jeanne Jenkins
Student Promotion Council . . . one of the most unusual organ-
izations to be found on any campus . . . was organized at the
University of Tulsa in l933 . . . purpose of the organization is
to foster and encourage projects designed to attract favorable
attention to the entire University program .... comprising the
presidents . . . or elected representatives . . . of sixteen campus
organizations, the Council plans and directs the execution of
pep rallies, pre-game parades, ceremonies and stunts at foot-
ball games, and encourages the pep activities of all groups.
. . . during the l94O grid season Council planned six extrava-
gant parades, but rain interferred with Massed Bands parade
. . . disappointing more than two thousand high school boys
and girls from 38 cities and towns in northeast Oklahoma who
were scheduled to march . . . boys from Oklahoma Military
Academy saved day by putting in their best licks on several
downtown corners . . . and Iddy Harwood, Chi Omega prexy
and sponsor of football game . . . gathered her attendants into
the beautiful but rain-soaked float . . . topped the day's enter-
tainment by circling track despite rain . . . five parades clicked
. . . attracting thousands to gape from windows in office build-
ings . . . and line curbstones along line of march . . . to cheer
lovely queens . . . Tulsa high school bands . . . Boy Scouts
. . . visiting bands . . . and gilt-clad Hurricane band .... Choice
of varsity footballers for their queen was Betty Coulter . . .
fine arts major who came all the way from Kentucky to be
elected .... Decorating other parades and grid games were
lane Swan, Tri-Delt president . . . Ruth Olesen, Phi Mu presi-
dent . . . Ieanne Ienkins, Kappa Delta's number one girl . . .
all game sponsors . . . Elizabeth Harth, choice of the Wind-
bags, was topped by a tiara at pep rally prior to Aggie game
when hundreds of brave souls dared to come through driving
rain to hear introduction of Fred Waring's new T.U. song . . .
Madelyn King's blazing red hair gave the band an attractive
queen . . . and band boys made much ado of introducing her
to a football crowd . . . Gerre Campbell got the nod from the
newest pep group on campus, the Froshbags, and was crowned
at a Golden Gale game . . . while Elizabeth Ann Iones reigned
over the Frosh gridders and shared part of spotlight with
varsity queen at Thanksgiving game . . . add to interesting
experiences of Council members was decorating floats by
moonlight, flashlight and matches . . . twisting rosettes with
baling wire . . . praying for sunshine on game days . . . con-
soling one another when it rained . . . too often .... On 24
hours' notice Council organized most colorful rally T.U. ever
had when the Hurricane reared back and upset the Detroit
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Titans . . . and more than two thousand students and other
fans heeded newspaper and radio appeals . . . and gave
rousing ovation to returning heroes . . . while public address
system allowed embarrassed gridmen to tell fans how pleased
they were with the welcome party . . . not so successful . . .
but a noble effort . . . was the party organized following defeat
to Baylor . . . when band members raced home from Waco,
Texas . . . arriving just as team-laden train pulled into station
. . . while hundreds cheered in the bright glare of sunrise.
. . . probably most sensational of Council's activities in l94O
was introduction of "jitterbug" cheer leaders . . . Billy Louise
Williams and Dot Lee . . . whose white flannel skating cos-
tumes, or red snow suits on rainy days . . . diverted attention
of spectators . . . cooperating organizations were the five
wornen's and the five rnen's social organizations . . . the I
Windbags and Windbaggettes . . . band . . . Student Council
. . . Cheer leaders . . . Froshbags . . . Council meets weekly
during football season . . . on call during balance of year.
ln the picture below are shown the following members:
TOP BOW left to right: lim Alexander, Student Council . . . Andy Clark, Band
. . . Robert Mullin, faculty sponsor . . . Paul Burns, Delta Sigma Xi . . .
Clarence Ehlers, Independent Men.
SECOND ROWfleft to right: Ruth Olesen, Phi Mu . . . Bob Maples, Lambda
Chi Alpha . . . Edith Vincil, Windbaggettes . , . Georgenia Fry, Delta Delta
BOTTOM BOW-left to right: Bob Scott, Windbags . . . Elizabeth Harwood, Chi
Omega . . . Dick Batchelor, Cheer leaders . . . leanne lenkins, Kappa Delta
. . . Dick Bryan, Kappa Alpha.
Not present when the picture was taken were Sam Brown, Pi Kappa Alpha
. . . lean Martin, Independent Women . . . lohn Cowman, Froshbags.
Director of Public Relations
Publicity for entire University program is distributed through
facilities of the Department of Public Relations . . . in addition
to serving Tulsa newspapers and radio stations with general
and athletic news . . . relative to activities of students, faculty
members and administrators . . . approximately three hundred
out-of-Tulsa papers, wire services, radio stations and special
columns . . . covering the nation, but with particular emphasis
on the immediate area . . . receive special attention periodically
. . . with average of fifteen stories or pictures being mailed
each day of year . . . purpose of department is to present true
picture of activities on an American college campus . . . with
particular stress on aims and progress of University of Tulsa
students and faculty members . . . minimizing whenever pos-
sible distorted collegiate gags . . . made popular through mo-
tion pictures . . . affiliated with America College Publicity Asso-
ciation, the department benefits from experiences of similar
departments in five hundred other American colleges and uni-
versities . . . University publications, including four annual
catalogues and bulletins, are prepared and distributed from
this department . . . the director served as chairman of the
Board of Publications in l94l . . . the Tulumnus, official pub-
lication of Association of Alumni and Former Students, is
edited by the director . . . and all alumni records are com-
piled and maintained in the department . . . absence of radio
department handicaps that phase of publicity . . . but Public
Relations department arranges representative programs . . . at
intervals throughout year . . . hiding behind dignified name
of Public Relations . . . department closely resembles mad-
house from September and football . . . until lune and Com-
mencement . . . familiar scene anytime . . . efficient Secretary
chasing director around campus . . . to remind him of down-
town meeting . . . or appointment in office. Personnel of depart-
ment includes Director Mullin . . . Secretary Caroline Bonnet
. . . Student Reporters Walter Oakes and loe Foster . . . Student
Clerks Doris Deeley, Dorothy Frisch, Ann Harwood, lean Whit-
ney and Barbara Wildman.
Luclchdrdt, Wilsor'1, Bell, ond Chronic hold conf
lerence on the Union sleps . . . Dr. Rowland,
senior Gloss sponsor, dppedrs with lones, Coul-
ter, Atkinson, ond Luclceii, senior Gloss oiiif
Cers . . . lgroierniiy men enierioin rusliees under
historic old Abe di the rnixer in the ldll . . .
Miller l1C1p1OY Uboui it dll . . . Mrs. Siudebdker
rndkes Chgnge for ilie rnolo di the iounioin . . .
"Two-iorfoneu Bell niust be ledving Cldss, judg-
ing by the smile . . . Freshnidn Gloss oliicers
Kerr, Dunlop, King, Neely, ond Snrillle iollq
things over while looking di the birdie.
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ALEXANDER, JAMES FREDERICK . . . Engineering, Lambda
Chi Alpha, President of Student Council, Student Pro-
motion Council, Who's Who.
ALLEN, IOHN MELVIN . . . Business Administration, Lambda
Chi Alpha, Windbags, Commerce Club, Who's Who.
ANDERSON, IOI-IN B .... Arts and Sciences, Delta Sigma Xi.
ARNOLD, ADA R .... Arts and Sciences, Phi Mu, Pi Gam-
ma Mu, Alpha Rho Tau, Senior Staff.
ATKINSON, LIBBY I-I .... Arts and Sciences, Phi Mu, Vice-
President of Senior Class, Pi Kappa Delta.
BAER, AUBREY ELWOOD . . .Arts and Sciences.
BALDWIN, BETSY ANN. . .Arts and Sciences, Phi Mu,
Kappa Delta Pi, Pi Gamma Mu.
BANCROFT, IOAN AVERILL.. .Arts and Sciences.
BANKSTON, FORD . . . Engineering, A. l. M. E.
BASTON, LLOYD C .... Engineering, Lambda Chi Alpha.
BAUER, I-IARRIETT HARDIN . . . Business Administration,
BAYS, RUTH ELEANOR...Fine Arts, Delta Delta Delta,
Senior Staff, A Cappella Choir, Phi Gamma Kappa,
Kappa Delta Pi, Treasurer of Sigma Alpha Iota.
BEARDEN, ROBERT C .... Engineering, I. M. A., Engineer's
BORGESON, WALLACE...Arts and Sciences, Pi Kappa
BOWSHER, ARTHUR . . . Engineering.
BRITTON, MARY LOU . . . Arts and Sciences, Kappa Delta Pi.
BROWN, SAM I .... Business Administration, President of
Pi Kappa Alpha, Vice-President of Student Promotion
Council, President of lntertraternity Council, Commerce
BRUBAKER, LAURA LOU.. .Arts and Sciences, Delta Delta
BUCHANAN, MARTHA...Business Administration, Vice-
President of Delta Delta Delta, Panel-Iellenic Council,
Commerce Club, Senior Staff, Who's Who, Phi Gamma
Kappa, Student Council.
BURKE, EDWARD IACK . . . Engineering.
BURNS, PAUL Y .... Arts and Sciences, Delta Sigma Xi, Pi
Gamma Mu, Phi Gamma Kappa, Secretary of Sword
BYRNE, DAN . . . Engineering, I. M. A., Engineers Club.
CAFFEE, MALCOLM...Fine Arts, President of Orchestra,
Band, A Cappella Choir.
CASHMAN, CHARLES ALBERT. . .Arts and Sciences, Delta
CI-IASE, KATHLEEN .. .Arts and Sciences, Phi Mu, Pi
Gamma Mu, President of T. U.
CLARK, ANDY EARL . . . Fine Arts, Pi Kappa Alpha, Kappa
Kappa Psi, Orchestra, President oi Band, A Cappella
CLEVELAND, VIRGINIA . . . Business Administration, Phi
Mu, Commerce Club.
COLVIN, CONSTANCE...Arts and Sciences, Delta Delta
CORKILL, MARY FAUN . ..Arts and Sciences, Delta Delta
Delta, A Cappella Choir, Theta Alpha Phi, Phi Gamma
Kappa, Senior Staff, Workshop.
COULTER, BETTY MAY...Fine Arts, Chi Omega, Kappa
Delta Pi, Secretary of Senior Class, A Cappella Choir.
COVINGTON, BETTY . . . Arts and Sciences.
CRONK, IERRY...Arts and Sciences, Kappa Alpha.
CRONK, TOM . . . Arts and Sciences, Kappa Alpha.
CROW, I-IOWARD...Arts and Sciences, Kappa Alpha.
DAGUE, ALVIE...Engineerir:g, Vice-President of Lambda
Chi Alpha, President of Sword and Key, A Cappella
Choir, Who's Who.
DAVIS, WARREN...Engineering, Delta Sigma Xi, Engi-
neer's Club, Sword and Key, Phi Gamma Kappa.
DENTON, IOHN . . . Engineering.
DICKINSON, CHARLOTTE . . . Arts and Sciences.
DUNI-IAM, RALPH FRED...Business Administration, Presi-
dent of Delta Sigma Xi, Student Promotion Council,
EATON, IOSEPI-IINE . . . Arts and Sciences,
EI-ILERS, CLARENCE...Arts and Sciences, President of
I. M. A., President of Alpha Phi Omega, President ot
Intramural Athletic Council, Student Promotion Council,
EPPERSON, WILLIAM B .... Engineering, Lambda Chi Alpha,
Pi Kappa Delta, Alpha Phi Omega, Student Promo-
tion Council, Student Council.
FAST, RICHARD CARL . . . Engineering.
FOSTER, MARY KATHLEEN . . . Arts and Sciences.
FRAME, ELEANOR. . .Arts and Sciences, Secretary of Chi
FREDENBERGER, BETTY . . . Business Administration, Secre-
tary of Kappa Delta, Vice-president of Commerce Club,
Sigma Alpha Sigma, Senior Staff, Phi Gamma Kappa,
Who's Who, T. U. HY".
FRY, GEORGENIA THOMPSON. . .Arts and Sciences, Delta
Delta Delta, Pi Kappa Delta, Workshop, Student Pro-
GENTRY, ELMER LEE...Arts and Sciences, Pi Kappa
GIBSON, JACK . . . Engineering.
GREEN, KEITH...Arts and Sciences, Lambda Chi Alpha,
Alpha Phi Omega, Who's Who.
GRIEFEN, BERT LEON . . . Business Administration, Com-
GRIMMETT, BILL . . . Arts and Sciences.
HAMILTON, EMILY ANN . . . Arts and Sciences, Chi Omega,
Alpha Rho Tau, A Cappella Choir, Collegian.
HARRINGTON, WILLIAM . . . Arts and Sciences.
HARTLEY, HAPPY C .... Arts and Sciences.
HARWOOD,' ELIZABETH . . .Arts and Sciences, President of
Chi Omega, Secretary of Kappa Delta Pi, Student Pro-
motion Council, Vice-president ot Pan-Hellenic Council.
HAYS, IAMES ROBINSON . . . Business Administration,
Lambda Chi Alpha, University Band, Commerce Club.
HENKES, BILL. , , Engineering, President of Engineer's Club,
Geology Club, A. I. M. E.
HOUSE, MONTE S .... Arts and Sciences, Kappa Alpha,
HOUSTON, MERCEDES . . . Business Administration, Phi Mu,
HOUSTON, RODERIC NILE . . . Arts and Sciences.
HUDSON, TED HERBERT. . . Engineering, Geology Club.
HUSSEY, GENEVA MAY. . . Arts and Sciences.
IMPEY, DOROTHY IEAN . . . Fine Arts, Kappa Delta, Kappa
Delta Pi, Sigma Alpha Iota, University Band, Or-
IENKINS, IEANNE . . .Arts and Sciences, President of Kappa
Delta, Treasurer of Pan-Hellenic Council, Who's Who,
Student Promotion Council, Senior Staff, Pi Gamma
Mu, Alpha Rho Tau, Student Council.
IONES, EVELYN . . . Arts and Sciences, Phi Mu, Alpha Rho
IONES, RODMAN...Arts and Sciences, Pi Kappa Alpha,
President ot Theta Alpha Phi, Phi Gamma Kappa,
Sword and Key, Kappa Delta Pi, A Cappella, President
of Senior Class, Workshop.
KAUFMANN, MARY MILNE . . . Arts and Sciences, Phi Mu,
Senior Staff, Pan-Hellenic Council, Phi Gamma Kappa.
KELLY, ROSEMARY...Arts and Sciences, Phi Mu, Kappa
KING, CLYDE A., IR .... Business Administration, Student
Council, Windbags, Whos Who, President of Com-
KISE, PALMER GEORGE. . . Engineering, Geology Club.
KOONS, DICK . . . Engineering, Kappa Alpha.
KOONS, RUSSELL . . . Engineering.
LAMBETI-I, EUGENE . . . Engineering.
LANCASTER, WILBUR DUDLEY . . . Arts and Sciences,
Lambda Chi Alpha, Pi Kappa Delta.
LANG, ERSTINE . . . Engineering.
LUCKETT, BRUCE T .... Engineering, Lambda Chi Alpha,
Treasurer oi Senior Class, Who's Who.
LUCKHARDT, ROY I .... Arts and Sciences, Lambda Chi
Alpha, Student Handbook, T. U. HY".
MAPLES, ROBERT E .... Engineering, President of Lambda
Chi Alpha, Phi Gamma Kappa, Vice-President of Sword
and Key, Student Promotion Council, Interfraternity
Council, Engineers Club, A. I. M. E., University Band,
MARTENS, WILLIS P .... Engineering, Geology Club.
MCBEE, BILL . . . Engineering, Geology Club.
MCCARTY, EARNESTINE . . . Arts and Sciences, Kappa
MCCOLLUM, CHARLES WESLEYH .Arts and Sciences, I.
M. A., Alpha Phi Omega.
MCDONALD, IAMES . . . Engineering.
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MCMAHON, ROBERT . . . Engineering.
MINSHALL, CHRISTINE , . .Arts and Sciences, Chi Omega,
Theta Alpha Phi, Workshop.
MODRALL, IAMES D .... Engineering.
MOORE, GERALDINE . . . Engineering, Phi Mu.
MOSSE, BASKETT P .... Arts and Sciences, Pi Kappa Alpha,
Co-editor of Collegian, Board of Publications, Who's
NEWBERRY, MARIORIE E .... Arts and Sciences, Kappa
Delta, A Cappella.
OAKES, EVELYN...Fine Arts, Sigma Alpha Iota, Kappa
Delta Pi, University Band, Orchestra, A Cappella.
OLESEN, RUTH MITCHELL. ..Arts and Sciences, President
of Phi Mu, Student Promotion Council, Senior Staff,
President of Pan-Hellenic Council, Pi Gamma Mu,
Kappa Delta Pi, Phi Gamma Kappa, Pi Kappa Delta,
PARKER, WILLIAM HENRY..,Arts and Sciences, Vice-
president of Kappa Kappa Psi, University Band, Or-
PARRISH, BETTY IANE. . . Arts and Sciences, Chi Omega,
Alpha Rho Tau.
PINES, FLORENCE RUTH . . . Arts and Sciences.
POTTS, IEAN . . . Fine Arts, Chi Omega, President of Sigma
Alpha Iota, A Cappella.
PRATT, EMMETT EDGAR...Business Administration, Pi
Kappa Alpha, Commerce Club.
RUGGLES, DON HARRY. . .Arts and Sciences, Kappa
Kappa Psi, University Band, Orchestra.
RYAN, MARCELLA...Arts and Sciences, Chi Omega, A
SCOTT, RUTH ELEANOR . . .Arts and Sciences, Chi Omega.
SMITH, DONNA LOUISE.. .Business Administration, Treas-
urer of Kappa Delta, Phi Gamma Kappa, Sigma Alpha
Sigma, Senior Staff, Commerce Club.
SMITH, HELEN MARIE...Fine Arts, Kappa Delta, Sigma
Alpha Iota, University Band, Orchestra.
SMITH, MARILOU . . . Arts and Sciences
SPELLMAN, DONALD . . . Engineering.
STANSBURY, HARRY, IR .... Engineering.
SWAN, IANE . . . Business Administration, President of
Delta Delta Delta, Senior Staff, Pan-Hellenic Council,
Commerce Club, Who's Who, Student Promotion Coun-
cil, Phi Gamma Kappa.
TENNEY, BARBARA...Arts and Sciences, Vice-President
of Kappa Delta, Pan-Hellenic Council, Phi Gamma
Kappa, Student Council, Who's Who, T. U."Y", Presi-
dent of Senior Staff.
VANDERSALL, D. R .... Fine Arts, Kappa Delta Pi, A Cap-
VINCIL, EDITH ELIZABETH. . .Arts and Sciences, Chi
Omega, Student Promotion Council, Pan-Hellenic Coun-
cil, Alpha Rho Tau.
VINCIL, PEGGY IEAN...Business Administration, Delta
Delta Delta, Commerce Club, Student Council.
WAKEFIELD, ALVA LEE. ..Arts and Sciences, Phi Mu,
Kappa Delta Pi, Pi Gamma Mu, T. U. "Y", Phi Gamma
WENGER, EVERETT SAMUEL . . . Engineering.
WHITNEY, IEAN ERWIN . . .Arts and Sciences, Delta Delta
Delta, Workshop, Collegian, Who's Who.
WICKS, FRANK . . . Engineering.
WVINCHESTER, ODIE ELWOOD . . . Fine Arts, Orchestra,
AKIN, BROWN . . . Business Administration, Special.
AMMONS, HELEN . . . Arts and Sciences, Special.
BOWLIN, BOB . . .Arts and Sciences, Special.
BUCKINGHAM, ROBERT, Engineering, Special.
CARTER, LOUISE . . . Arts and Sciences, Special.
CARTER, ORRIS . . . Arts and Sciences, Special.
COE, BOB . . . Arts and Sciences, Special.
DUNLAP, MARY . . . Business Administration, Special.
FRANK, IOANNA ...Arts and Sciences, Special.
IOBE, BILL. . . Arts and Sciences, Special.
KIRBY, VIRGINIA. . .Arts and Sciences, Special.
"Oh, heat me, Daddy, eiaht to the har" . . . the
boys flock in from miles around to see the new Phi
Mu pledaes . . . Elliot, l-larshaw, Vihcil, Sipes,
Wyatt, toool . . . Williams, Bachelor, Lee, Walker,
ALLDREDGE, HELEN . . . Business Administration.
ALLEN, BILL . . . Business Administration.
ALLRED, IOHN H ..., Business Administration.
ANDREWS, BILLY . . . Business Administration.
AUSTIN, BILL . . . Engineering.
BEANE, IOE . . . Engineering.
BEARD, BILL . . . Business Administration.
BELL, DORIS ELAINE. . . Arts and Sciences.
BEMENT, HELEN . . . Fine Arts.
BLAYLOCK, IEANNE . . .Arts and Sciences.
BOARTS, BETTY ANN . . . Fine Arts.
BOMFORD, SUE . . . Arts and Sciences.
BRIGGS, GILBERT. . .Fine Arts.
BROWN, IACK GIBSON . . . Arts and Sciences.
BROWN, LOIS . . . Business Administration.
BRUNER, BETTY . . . Arts and Sciences.
BRYAN, IO ANNE. . .Arts and Sciences.
CAMPBELL, KENNETH . . . Engineering.
CANDLER, ARTHUR . . . Engineering.
CARGILE, NOLAN B .... Arts and Sciences.
CHAMBERS, IOHN Q .... Business Administration.
CHRONIC, IOHN . . .Engineering
CLINE, LOIS VIVIAN. . .Arts and Sciences.
COCHRANE, DAVID WOOD . . . Arts and Sciences.
COPPLE, MARTHA IO: . .Business Administration
COX, IOHN . . . Business Administration.
CRAVER, FRANK . . . Engineering.
CROSS, NORMA ANN . . . Business Administration
CRUME, VIRGINIA . . . Arts and Sciences.
CUFF, MARIORIE . . . Arts and Sciences.
CURFMAN, IOHN . . . Engineering.
DARNOLD, CLELA . . . Business Administration.
DAVID, HERNDON . . . Business Administration.
DAVIS, IANE . . . Arts and Sciences.
DEARDORFF, DOROTHY . . . Arts and Sciences
DEBOLT, MARTHA IEANNE . . . Fine Arts.
DONALSON, IACK . . . Arts and Sciences.
DUNHAM, LEE . . . Business Administration.
ENDRES, MIRIAM . . . Arts cmd Sciences.
FINK, MADALYN . . . Arts and Sciences.
FLEMMING, IOAN . . . Arts cmd Sciences.
FOGLE, WAYNE . . . Business Administration.
FOSTER, IEANNE . . . Arts crnd Sciences.
FOSTER, IOHN . . .Engineering.
FRALEY, WILLIAM . . . Engineering.
GANNAWAY, BILI .... Engineering.
GIBSON, IOE . . , Arts and Sciences.
GIBSON, KENNETH . . . Arts and Sciences.
GOWANS, ED . . . Fine Arts.
GRANT, BETTY . . . Fine Arts.
GUISINGER, ESTHER ANNE. . . Arts und Sciences.
HACKATHORN, JACK . . . Engineering.
HALL, ROBERT . . . Engineering.
HARRINGTON, LELAND P .... Arts and Sciences.
HARRY, PRISCILLA. . . Arts and Sciences.
HARTH, ELIZABETH . . . Arts und Sciences.
HAYES, FRANCES ELLEN . . . Arts and Sciences.
HEATH, HARRY EUGENE . . . Arts and Sciences.
HENSLEY, FRANK . . . Business Administration.
HINCKLEY, DE LORMA . . .Arts and Sciences.
HOLM, MARY IEAN . . .Business Administration.
HOLT, WAYNE . . . Arts cmd Sciences.
HOSS, ROBERT . . . Engineering.
HUDRY, L. C .... Engineering,
IRONS, DEAN . . . Engineering.
IACKSON, IEAN . .. Arts cmd Sciences.
IUSTUS, IOHN CAROL. . .Arts cmd Sciences.
KAISER, WILLIAM . . . Business Administration.
KENNEDY, DOROTHY . . . Arts and Sciences.
KING, IOE . . .Engineering.
KRAUS, SYLVIA ANN . . .Arts and Sciences.
KRUSE, VICTOR . . . Arts ctnd Sciences.
LAMPRICH, HARRY . . . Arts and Sciences.
LAWRENCE, MARY . . . Arts and Sciences.
LEAI-IY, BETTY FRANCES . . . Arts and Sciences.
LOHMANN, BETTY . . . Arts and Sciences.
MARKS, PAUL . . . Arts and Sciences.
MARTIN, IEAN MARGARET . . . Business Administration
MASON, BETTY IEANNE . . . Arts and Sciences.
MATTHEWS, RALPH . . . Engineering.
MAUTHE, ELOUISE . . . Arts and Sciences.
MAVRIS, IOHN GEORGE . . . Business Administration.
MAYFIELD, THORWALD . . . Engineering.
MCLEOD, DON LAURENCE . . .Arts and Sciences.
MILLER, MARGARET. . . Arts and Sciences.
MILLS, IACK . . .Business Administration.
MITCHELL, IOE . . . Engineering.
MOORE, DeWITT . . .Engineering.
MORRISON, MAXINE . . . Fine Arts.
OLSON, ARTHUR . . .Arts and Sciences.
PAGE, R. M .... Business Administration.
POWERS, I. HARRY. . . Arts and Sciences.
PRATT, MARGARET. . . Arts and Sciences.
PRICE, ROBERT BERNARD . . . Business Administration.
RAINBOLT, KATHRYN MAE . . .Arts and Sciences.
RAINS, BETTY GAIL . . . Arts and Sciences.
RANDOLPH, BETTY . . . Arts and Sciences.
RATCLIFFE, LAGRANGE . . . Business Administration.
RENO, CATHERINE MAY. . . Arts and Sciences.
ROARK, GENE . . . Engineering.
ROSS, IOAN ARDEN . . . Business Administration.
ROVVELL, THELMA LUCILLE . . .Arts and Sciences.
SANDERS, MARY ANN . . .Business Administration.
SCHIERLOH, HAROLD . , . Business Administration.
SCHLINGMAN, WILLIE . . . Arts and Sciences.
SCOTT, ROBERT . . . Arts and Sciences.
SEARS, VERNON . . . Engineering.
SHARP, FRED . . . Engineering.
SHAW, WILMA . . . Arts and Sciences.
SHERWOOD, MARY RUTH . . . Arts and Sciences.
SINGLETON, WILLIAM . . . Arts and Sciences.
SIPES, EVELYN . . .Arts and Sciences.
SNYDER, IANE . . . Arts and Sciences
STEWART, ED . . . Engineering.
STEWART, ROBERT . . . Engineering.
STREATOR, GERTRUDE . . . Fine Arts.
STROW, MALCOLM . . . Arts and Sciences.
TATROE, IOHN . . . Business Administration.
TAYLOR, IEAN . . . Arts and Sciences,
THOMPSON, IAY . . . Engineering.
THOMPSON, PATRICIA . . . Business Administration.
TOPPER, ALVIN . . . Business Administration.
VARGAS, ALBERTO . . . Engineering.
WADE, IANE . . . Arts and Sciences.
WADE, MARGARETT . . . Arts and Sciences.
WHITLOW, BETTY . . . Arts and Sciences.
WILSON, CARRIE . . . Arts and Sciences.
WITT, SIDNEY, IR .... Arts and Sciences.
WOODSON, IOAN . . . Arts and Sciences.
WRIGHT, LEO . . . Engineering.
HOPSON, THOMAS . . . Special, Engineering.
MONOHAN, FOSTER MURRAY. . . Spec., Arts and Sciences.
PARKS, ED . . . Special, Engineering.
PICKETT, VIRGINIA . . . Special, Business Administration.
PRICE, BETTY . . . Special, Business Administration.
REDMOND, ROBERT . . . Special, Arts and Sciences.
SHALLENBERGER, IOAN . . . Special, Arts and Sciences.
SHAW, THELMA RUTH . . . Special, Arts and Sciences.
KENDALL, BETTY STEINSON . . . Special, Business Admin.
UPTON, EDWIN . . . Special, Engineering.
WADDELL, BETTY . . . Special, Arts and Sciences.
WEST, BETTY IANE . . . Special, Fine Arts.
WILEY, CLARENCE . . . Special, Engineering.
CHARLES WHITE in the bell tower.
Mary Corlcill and Bob Patton relax lneiween scenes of
Experimental Theaters popular interpretaiion of "The
portance of Being Ernest' '... Sylvia Kraus looks
crowd over . . . Hayes, Gatos, and Siewari pose a la
DELTA ANN LOCKEWITZ
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ABBOTT, WILLIAM LESLIE. . . Arts and Sciences.
ADAM, IOHN . . . Engineering.
AKIN, HUGH . . . Business Administration.
ALEXANDER, HOWARD . . . Engineering.
ANDERSON, ALBERT RAYMOND. . . Arts and Sciences
ANDERSON, DEWITT . . . Arts and Sciences.
BANCROFT, ELIZABETH REID . . . Arts and Sciences.
BARNARD, MARY LOU. . .Arts and Sciences.
BARTON, IOHN . . . Engineering.
BISHLINE, DONNA . . . Business Administration.
BLAUNER, CLAIRE . . . Business Administration.
BLAZER, IAMES , . . Engineering.
BLEAKLEY, BRUCE. . . Engineering.
BOND, RIDGLEY . . . Fine Arts.
BORNE, MONTE . . . Arts and Sciences.
BOTKIN, I. N .... Business Administration.
BOWLES, MARY . . . Fine Arts.
BRANT, IULIA ELIZABETH . . .Arts and Sciences.
BREDENDICK, CATHRYN . . . Business Administration.
BREWER, HUTCH . . . Business Administration.
BRIDGES, BARBARA . . . Fine Arts.
BRILEY, CHARLES . . .Eine Arts.
BROCKMAN, CHARLES. . . Engineering.
BROOKE, ROBERTA LAVERE . . . Arts and Sciences.
BROWN, DUNCAN . . . Business Administration.
BROWN, GERALDINE . . . Fine Arts.
BRYAN, RICHARD D .... Business Administration.
BULAND, IOE . . . Engineering.
BURCHETT, STAN . . . Engineering.
BURGER, DUANE . . . Business Administration.
CARTER, DICK VERN . . .Arts and Sciences.
CARTER, DRUSILLA . . . Business Administration.
CASS, PHYLLIS IEAN . , .Arts and Sciences.
CHILDS, CHARLES . . . Engineering.
CHRISTIE, RICHARD . . . Arts and Sciences.
CHURCHILL, WINTON . . . Engineering.
CLARKSON, KATHLEEN . , . Arts and Sciences.
CLIFTON, EDWARD . . . Business Administration.
COBURN, DICK . . . Engineering.
COLEMAN, IACK . . . Arts and Sciences.
CONLEY, ROBERT ELLIS. . . Arts and Sciences.
CRAIGO, PATRICIA . . . Arts and Sciences.
CREAMER, BETTY . . . Fine Arts.
DAVIS, EDWIN WALLACE.. .Arts and Sciences.
DEELEY, DORIS . . . Business Administration.
DEELEY, IEANE . . . Business Administration.
DILLON, MARY. . . Fine Arts.
DIXON, EMILOU , . . Business Administration,
DONALSON, IEFF . . . Engineering.
DUPRIEST, IEAN . . . Arts and Sciences.
ECKLE, ANNE . . . Fine Arts.
EDWARDS, HELENA . . .Arts and Sciences.
ELLIOTT, LORENE. . . Arts and Sciences.
ENGLE, IAMES . . . Engineering.
ERICKSON, DEWEY . . . Arts and Sciences.
FAST, CLARENCE ROBERT . . . Engineering.
FEES, HELEN ...Arts and Sciences.
FERGUSON, IAMES LAYTON . . . Business Administration.
FERRIER, PHYLLIS . . . Arts and Sciences.
FLOYD, ANNIEBETH . . , Arts and Sciences.
FOSTER, VERNON . . . Arts and Sciences.
FRAME, ELAINE . . . Arts and Sciences.
FRASER, IACQUELIN . . . Business Administration.
FROST, HAROLD . . . Engineering,
GADDY, FRANK . . . Arts and Sciences.
GIBBS, IIMMIE . . . Arts and Sciences.
GILMORE, ARLITA . . . Business Administration.
GILMORE, FORREST R .... Arts and Sciences.
GIVEN, GRANVILLE . . . Engineering.
GOFF, BETSY IOANNE . , . Arts and Sciences.
GOW, THOMAS . . . Engineering.
HAGAN, WILLIAM . . . Engineering.
HAINES, MURIEL LOUISE. . . Arts and Sciences.
HAMILTON, DOROTHY . . . Business Administration.
HAMMER, WILLARD M .... Engineering.
HAMMETT, ELLIS . . . Engineering.
HAMMETT, IOHN . . . Engineering.
HARALSON, PRESCOTT . . . Arts and Sciences.
HARSHAW, IEAN . . . Business Administration.
HAWK, IANE ELOISE . . .Arts and Sciences.
HELLER, HARRY . . . Engineering.
HERRIMAN, IOHN MONROE . . . Arts and Sciences.
I-IEYDON, THOMAS . . . Engineering.
HIGGINS, LENORAH . . . Arts and Sciences.
HINDERLITER, IEAN . . . Arts and Sciences.
HUNDAHL, DAVID IOHN . . . Business Administration.
HUNTER, HAZEL JEAN . . . Arts and Sciences.
IRWIN, DONALD . . . Engineering.
IENKINS, BILL RUNDELL . . . Business Administration.
IOHNSON, W. GERALD. . .Arts and Sciences.
IONES, LAURAY . . . Fine Arts.
IONES, EDGAR . . . Engineering.
KAUFMANN, VIRGINIA . . . Arts and Sciences.
KEITHLEY, N. A .... Business Administration.
KING, MARY IEAN . . . Arts and Sciences.
KNIGHT, DEAN . . . Engineering.
KOONCE, FLORA VIRGINIA . . . Arts and Sciences.
LANGENHEIM, RALPH . . . Engineering.
LINDSAY, FRANCES ELIZABETH. . .Arts and Sciences.
LIVELY, NANCY IULIA , . .Arts and Sciences.
LOCKEWITZ, DELTA ANN , . .Arts and Sciences.
LOOFBURROW, IAMES WADE . . . Business Administration
LOWREY, PRESTON . . . Engineering.
MACKEY, GEORGE ANN . . . Arts and Sciences.
MANCHESTER, IUNE MARIE . . . Arts and Sciences.
MARKS, ELEANOR LOUISE. . .Arts and Sciences.
MARTIN, BILL . . . Engineering.
MCALLISTER, DAVID LOCKWOOD . . . Arts and Sciences.
MCELROY, ETTA MAE. . , Arts and Sciences.
MCFETRIDGE, LOIS MAE. . .Arts and Sciences.
McKEE, GERTRUDE ESTELLE . . . Engineering.
McKEE, LOUISE . . . Arts and Sciences.
McKEEI-IAN, LLOYD ROBERT . . . Arts and Sciences.
McKELVEY, KATHERINE . . . Arts and Sciences.
MENKOFF, GEORGE . . . Arts and Sciences.
MILLER, LOUIS . . . Business Administration.
MILLER, MAZIE ANN . . , Arts and Sciences.
MILLER, WILLIAM RICHARD . . . Business Administration.
MOCKLEY, ROBERT . . . Engineering.
MOORE, A. E .... Arts and Sciences.
MULLER, ALBERT . . . Engineering.
NEELY, CHARLOTTE . . , Engineering.
NICHOLSON, MARY LOUISE . . . Arts and Sciences.
OAKES, WALTER . . . Arts and Sciences.
O'BANNON, PATRICIA . . . Business Administration.
O'BRIEN, ALICE MERRILL . . . Arts and Sciences.
OUSTERHAUT, RAYMOND . . . Engineering.
OVERTON, BETTY LOU . . . Arts and Sciences.
PARDEE, HAROLD NELSON . . . Business Administration.
PATTON, BOB . . . Arts and Sciences.
PERSONS, ALFRED . . . Arts and Sciences.
PREISLER, HELEN . . . Arts and Sciences.
PRICE, CLEORA . . . Fine Arts.
RACEK, EDWARD . . . Engineering.
REES, FOREST. . . Engineering.
REICI-IARD, MARY ANN . . .Business Administration.
RICKMAN, ROBERT . . . Engineering.
RITTERBUSCH, WALT . . . Engineering.
ROLLIER, EVELYN ELAINE. . . Arts and Sciences.
RYLANDER, NORMA . . . Arts and Sciences.
SANGER, RANDALL . . . Engineering.
SCHOONOVER, EVERETT WILFRED . . . Business Adminis-
SHEA, BETTIE IEAN . . . Arts and Sciences.
SIEGISMUND, BOB . . . Engineering.
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SIMMS, FRANK . . .Arts and Sciences.
SINGLER, HELEN . . . Business Administration.
SNELSON, EVERYL . . . Arts and Sciences.
SPILMAN, CHARLES . . . Arts and Sciences.
SPINK, MEARLE . . . Engineering.
STANFIELD, ROWLAND . . . Engineering.
STEVENSON, MARTHA . . . Arts and Sciences.
STEWART, WILLIAM IOHN . . . Arts and Sciences.
STUART, ROY . . . Business Administration.
SWANSON, RAYMOND . . . Engineering.
TUBBS, MERVIL . . . Engineerir
VAN BEEK, GUS . . . I .ciences.
VICKERS, IIM . . . Engineering.
VINCENT, MAXINE . . . Arts and Sciences.
WALLACE, HAROLD . . . Arts anf' ences.
WALTER, BETTY . . . Arts
WARDEN, HUBERT . . , Business Adrr ztion.
WELCH, BILL . . . Engineering.
WESTMORELAND, FRANK . , Sciences.
WHITE, CHARLES. . . Arts f s.
WILLIAMS, WENDELL . . . Engineering.
WOODARD, WILLIAM . . . Arts and Sciences.
WRIGHT, IAMES . . . Engineering.
WURTH, William . . . Engineering.
Cheer leaders in action . . . Dick Coburn proves that they
do study at the Lambda Chi house . . . student investigates
bellftower . . . Bettys Overton and Shea show how they
hate to get up in the morning . . . shown at lunch in the
Union, Professors Goebel, Morrow, Swartz, Hargrove, and
Fellows . . . Bill Iobe and Zoe Adelhelm in costume.
Ffeshman C lass
ANDERSON, IOHNNY . . . Business Administration.
AUSTIN, LE ROY . . . Fine Arts.
BAHOS, ELAINE . . . Business Administration.
BASTON, RALPH . . . Arts and Sciences.
BECK, FRED LOGAN . . . Arts and Sciences.
BECK, IOHN C .... Business Administration.
BERKMAN, MARY IEAN . . . Business Administration.
BILBREY, IUNE . . .Business Administration.
BISSELL, CHARLES . . . Engineering.
BLACK, NANCY IANE . . . Arts and Sciences.
BLACKMAN, ANNE . . . Fine Arts.
BLANK, WINFIELD BRUCE . . . Engineering.
BLANKENBURG, PHYLLIS . . . Arts crnd Sciences.
BLANKENSHIP, HELEN . . . Arts and Sciences.
BODENHAMER, DOROTHY . . . Business Administration.
BOHANNAN, DONALD . . . Engineering.
BOMFORD, WRIGHT, IR .... Business Administration.
BOSS, HOWARD HARMON . . . Engineering.
BOULDEN, MARYLOU . . . Arts and Sciences.
BOWIE, DUNCAN . . . Engineering.
BOWLES, ORA LEE . . . Arts and Sciences.
BREDENDICK, MARY ELIZABETH . . . Arts and Sciences
BRIDGES, DICK . . . Engineering.
BROWN, HENRY NEWTON . . , Arts and Sciences.
BROWN, MARY ANN . . .Arts and Sciences.
BRUMMETT, HERMAN . . . Engineering.
BRYAN, BETTY LOU . . . Business Administration.
BURCH, IACK . . . Engineering.
BURCHAM, WINFORD . . .Arts and Sciences.
BUSBY, PATRICIA.. .Arts and Sciences.
BUSCH, NATALIE . . . Business Administration.
BUTHOD, MARY ROSE . . .Arts and Sciences.
BUZARD, RICHARD. . . Arts and Sciences.
CALDWELL, KEITH . . . Arts and Sciences.
CAMBLIN, PAT . . . Arts and Sciences.
CAMPBELL, GERALDINE . . . Business Administration.
CARTER, NEAL . . . Business Administration.
CHANDLER, NETTIE . . . Arts and Sciences.
CLARK, ELMER . . . Business Administration.
CLINE, DOROTHY JANE . . . Arts and Sciences.
COLE, FRANCIS RUSSELL . . . Engineering.
COLEMAN, FAYE IEAN . . . Arts and Sciences.
COLTON, BRUCE . . . Engineering.
CONWAY, KATHLEEN . . . Arts cmd Sciences.
COOK, BARBARA ANN . . . Arts and Sciences.
COSTELLO, VIRGINIA . . . Business Administration.
CROUCI-I, VERNON . . . Arts and Sciences.
CURTIS, LOUISE . . . Business Administration,
DANIEL, GERALD . . . Arts and Sciences.
DAVIS, IOHN . . . Engineering.
DEAN, ROBERT. . . Business Administration.
DIETLER, C. S .... Business Administration.
DEWEY, DONALD . . . Engineering.
DITZLER, LOUISE . . . Arts and Sciences.
DRAKE, EDWARD . . . Engineering.
DRESSER, ROBERT MAC . . . Business Administration.
DUNLAP, BILL . . . Business Administration.
DUNN, EDWIN LEWIS. . .Arts and Sciences.
DUSTON, DEAN . . . Engineering.
ESSMAN, NATALIE . . . Business Administration.
FAIR, HARRIETT. . . Business Administration.
FANNING, IEANNE LOUISE . . . Arts and Sciences.
FARTHING, GLENN . . . Engineering.
FINLAYSON, MARY LAKE . . . Business Administration.
FISK, MARGIE LEE . . . Business Administration.
FLOURNOY, DORIS . . .Business Administration.
FOSTER, IOE LEE. . .Arts and Sciences.
FOSTER, WALTER . . . Business Administration.
FRANKLIN, TRUMAN LEE. . . Engineering.
FRAZIER, BETTY LOU . . .Business Administration.
FREESE, IIMMY . . . Engineering.
FRISCH, DOROTHY ANN. . .Arts and Sciences.
GATES, MARYEMMA . . . Arts and Sciences.
GORHAM, CHESTER ARWIN, IR .... Engineering.
GRAY, CHARLES . . . Arts cmd Sciences.
GREEN, BILLY . . . Engineering.
HAGAR, LOUISE ASHLEY , . . Arts and Sciences.
GRIFFIN, IACK . . . Arts and Sciences.
HALL, LEWIS . . . Engineering.
HANE, CARL . . . Business Administration.
HANSEL, BILL . . . Business Administrcition.
HARWOOD, ANN . . . Business Administration.
HAYES, DAN . . . Engineering.
HENRY, HERBERT . . . Engineering.
I-IERBIG, I-IEINIE . . . Engineerirg.
HIGASHIOKA, GEORGE . . . Engineering.
HILDEBRAND, MARGARET . . . Arts cmd Sciences.
HOLM, BOBETTE . . . Arts cmd Sciences.
HOLMES, ELLEN . . . Arts and Sciences.
HOLMGREN, LEE . . . Arts cmd Sciences,
HOUSER, PEGGY . . . Arts cind Sciences.
HYDEN, BILL . . . Engineering.
IONES, DONALD RAY. . .Arts cmd Sciences.
IONES, ELIZABETH ANN . . . Business Administration
IOYNER, BARBARA. . . Arts and Sciences.
KARR, BETTY LOU . , . Arts cind Sciences.
KAUFMANN, HOWARD C .... Engineering.
KEARNEY, IEANNETTE . . . Engineering.
KERR, DAVID IAY . . .Arts ond Sciences.
KELLY, NANCY BARTLETT. . .Arts and Sciences.
KERR, MARTHA ANNE.. .Arts cmd Sciences.
KERR, SARA IANE. . .Arts and Sciences.
KESSELRING, MARY ELLEN , . . Arts cmd Sciences.
KESSLER, ALVIN . . . Engineering.
KETCI-IUM, MARY VIRGINIA . . . Arts Gnd Sciences
KING, KENNETH GERRARD . . . Arts Gnd Sciences.
KING, MADELYN FAYE . . .Arts ond Sciences.
KINION, KENNETH EUGENE . . . Arts and Sciences.
LANDES, GUY MURRAY . . . Business Administration
LARY, PENN . . . Engineering.
LEWTAS, RALPH . . . Engineering.
LOGAN, SAM . . . Engineering.
MACY, ERNEST WARREN . . . Arts and Sciences.
MARTIN, IAMES . . . Engineering.
MASON, ROBERT . . . Engineering.
MATI-IEY, DAN . . . Engineering.
MCBRIDE, MARGIE LOY . . . Arts and Sciences.
MCCAY, ROBERT , . . Engineering.
MCCLINTOCK, BETTY ANN . . . Arts and Sciences.
MCCORKLE, GAYLE . . . Arts and Sciences.
MCCULLOUGH, BILL . . . Business Administration.
MCGINLEY, CHARLES . . . Arts and Sciences.
McKEE, CALVIN . . . Engineering.
MCLELLAND, KEY . . . Engineering.
MCMAHON, BETTIE IEAN . . , Arts and Sciences.
MEMOLE, YOLANDA . . . Arts and Sciences.
MILDREN, LARRY IACK . . .Arts cmd Sciences.
MILLER, ANN ADELLE . . . Business Administration.
MILLER, ORAL . . . Engineering.
MILLS, C. DeWITT . . . Engineering.
MITCHELL, LINDSAY IACK . . . Business Administration.
MITCHELL, YOUNG OSCAR . . .Arts and Sciences.
MONGER, WENDELL . . . Arts and Sciences.
MOORE, IOE . . . Business Administration.
MOTT, BROCK . . . Engineering.
MURPHY, MARGARET . . . Arts and Sciences.
MURRY, GEORGE . . . Business Administration.
NEELY, PAT. . . Arts and Sciences.
NELSON, GERALD . . . Engineering.
NELSON, KATI-IRYN . . . Arts and Sciences.
NEWBY, MYRA . . . Arts and Sciences.
OLESEN, MARGARET . . . Arts and Sciences.
OWEN, BILLY . . . Engineering.
PEARSON, CAROL . . . Fine Arts.
PEARSON, MARCELLA . . . Fine Arts.
PENTERMAN, BETTY . . .Arts and Sciences.
PERRYMAN, ROBERT . . . Arts and Sciences.
PHILLIPS, DON RAY. . .Arts and Sciences.
PINSON, NEAL . . . Engineering.
POLSON, IRVING . . . Engineering.
PRICE, THEONE . . . Fine Arts.
PRINGLE, IEAN . . . Fine Arts. .
RAINBOLT, LOIS IRENE . . . Business Administration.
RAMSEY, IOHN MARSHALL . . . Business Administration
RANSOM, VIRGINIA . . . Arts and Sciences.
RAYSON, MARY . . . Business Administration.
RECTOR, RUSSELL . . . Arts and Sciences.
RECTOR, WILLIAM . . . Arts and Sciences.
REDDIN, BOBBY . . . Arts and Sciences.
REED, THOMAS . . . Arts and Sciences.
REESON, MARILYN . . . Business Administration.
RESER, DOROTHY. . . Business Administration.
RHINE, IOHN RICHARD. . .Arts and Sciences.
RICE, IOHN . . . Engineering.
RICHARDS, ASHTON . . .Business Administration.
RICHARDS, LLOYD . . . Arts and Sciences.
ROSS, REX . . . Business Administration.
RUTLEDGE, IEAN . . . Fine Arts.
SI-IEA, RICHARD . . . Arts and Sciences.
SHERWOOD, FRED . . . Arts and Sciences.
SHOEMAKER, FORREST , . . Engineering.
SHOEMAKER, RICHARD . . . Engineering.
SHORE, RUTH . . . Arts and Sciences.
SHULL, CHARLES . . . Engineering.
SKINNER, WILLIAM. . . Engineering.
SKINNER, MARYLEE . . . Business Administration.
SLEAMAKER, ANNA LOUISE. . .Arts and Sciences.
SMITTLE, DOROTHY . . . Arts and Sciences.
SMOCK, ROBERT L .... Arts and Sciences.
SPRINGER, DOROTHY MAE.. .Arts and Sciences.
STANDERING, T2 WIRT. . . Engineering.
STEBBINS, IERRY . . . Engineering.
STEINSON, HELEN RUTH . . . Business Administration.
STUART, MARGUERITE . . . Business Administration.
SWIFT, MARTHA . . . Arts and Sciences.
SWINDELL, CALVIN . . . Engineering.
TALLMAN, BETTE ANN .. .Arts and Sciences.
THOMAS, REBECCA . . . Arts and Sciences.
TINNEY, IAY . . . Arts and Sciences.
VICKERS, I. W .... Arts and Sciences.
WALTZER, ROSS EUGENE. . .Arts and Sciences.
WELLS, ROBERT . . . Arts and Sciences.
WHITE, BERNARD . . . Business Administration.
WHITELONIS, IOSEPH . . . Arts and Sciences.
WHITWELL, MARCIA . . . Arts and Sciences.
WIEDERMANN, BETTY MARIE . . . Business Administration.
WILDMAN, BARBARA . . . Business Administration.
WILKINS, ANDRE . . . Engineering.
WILLIAMS, ARTHUR . . . Business Administration.
WILLIAMS, BILLYE LOUISE.. . Arts and Sciences.
WILLIAMS, MARY HELEN.. .Arts and Sciences.
WILSON, ROBERT . . . Engineering.
WOLFE, PEGGIE . . . Arts and Sciences.
WOODARD, IAMES . . . Engineering.
WRIGHT, BILL . . . Arts and Sciences.
WYATT, MARYELLA . . . Arts and Sciences.
WYNN, IOHN . . . Fine Arts.
YOUNG, FRED . . . Arts and Sciences.
ZOLLER, CLAIRE . . . Business Administration.
Cheer leaders Bachelor, Lee, Williams, and Walker.
EARL COULTER . . . Special, Arts and Sciences,
Coach Benetiel talks at football rally . . . the Hammett
Boys' jallopy as the I. M. A. parade car.
BO0K' I 1 'THREE
Perrier arid Camppeii siiii eriiraricmq the spec-
tators with their tricky sieps . . . Lambda Chia
sereriade OD the hiqhi oi piedqiriq . . . a big
iurh-out ai The Pi K A Chariiy bali . . . Mixiri'
ai ihe Mixer . , . Simms performs ai ihe Pari-
Heiiehic . . . Srieisarl arid Parker iaik it over
. . . Shea, Pririqie, Vihcii, Frazier, arid Viricii
at the party for ireshmari wameri . . . Phi Mu
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Sormrlties and Fraternlzfies
President .... Elizabeth Harwood
Vice-President ..... Edith Vincil
Secretary ....... Eleanor Frame
Treasurer ........ Norma Cross
Pledge Mistress ....... Kathryn
Campbell, Coulter and King receive the first three out of four
queenships .... pledge dance proves to be the hit of the season.
. . . lune wedding bells for Norma Cross and lddy Harwood.
. . . Betty Mason goes to the Panhellenic convention at Austin.
. . . quite a number of Chi's super sophomores initiated into
Lantern . . . pledge walkout turned out to be a member throw-
out with Dude Carter and several of the good sisters being
thrown out on their respective ears .... Martha Beichard joins
twin sister Mary second semester . . . and now with the Wade
twins too, the chapter is having double trouble .... Chi
Omega's of Oklahoma meet on out campus for convention
. . . Potts and Emily Anne taking all of the honors by being
elected presidents of Sigma Alpha Iota and Alpha Rho Tau re-
spectively . . . lt's decided that we are definitely the settled type
with exactly seventeen and then some girls going steady . . .
pledges gladly toss away their mops and dust cloths and adorn
themselves with the golden X and horseshoe of the Chi
Omega's . . . everyone feeling hC1DDY When Betty Mason and
Don McLeod culminate their high school romance with a pretty
Pi K A pin .... Chi O proud to say that it has two of the
most beautiful heads of red hair in captivity . . . namely
Eleanor and Elaine Frame .... Delta Lockewitz and many
others patiently trying to teach Betsy Goff the finer points of
bridge .... Girls decided that Mrs. Donnelly is the "bestest"
g7l05iAl'l gamma Cdafafer
house mother ever . . . spring rolls around and so does corn-
mencement . . . result . . . loss of good old senior girls. . . .
spring formal said to be the ianciest ever . . . and boy did
we work . . . so another year ends and we "rush" busily
about getting ready for another swell year.
In the picture below are found the following members:
TOP ROW-left to right: Claire Blauner, Iune Bilbrey, Iulia Brant, Cathryn
Bredendick, Mary Bredendick, Gerre Campbell, Drusilla Carter, Betty Mae
Coulter, Patsy Craigo, Betty Creamer.
SECOND BOW-left to right: Norma Ann Cross, Virginia Crume, Emilou Dixon,
Harriet Fair, Phyllis Ferrier, Mary Lake Finlayson, Margie Lee Fisk, Elaine
Frame, Eleanor Frame, Emily Ann Hamilton.
THIRD ROW-left to right: Betsy Goff, Ann Harwood, Elizabeth Harwood,
lean Hinderliter, Betty Kendall, Madelyn King, Mary Lawrence, Delta Ann
Lockewitz, Betty Lohmann, Betty Ann McClintock. -
FOURTH ROW-left to right: Etta Mae McElroy, Iune Manchester, Betty Mason,
Eloise Mauthe, Christine Minshall, Charlotte Neely, Patricia Neely, Pat O'Ban-
non, Alice O'Brien, Betty Parrish, Marcella Pearson.
FIFTH ROWefleIt to right: lean Potts, Betty Price, lean Pringle, Kathryn Rain-
bolt, Lois Rainbolt, Betty Randolph, Mary Re-ichard, Ioan Ftoss, Marcella Ryan,
Norma Rylander, Ruth Scott.
SIXTH ROW-left to right: Thelma Shaw, Dorothy Springer, Helen Steinson,
Betty Tallman, Pat Thompson, Edith Vincil, lane Wade, Margaret Wade,
Marcia Whitwell, Ioan Woodson, Claire Zoller.
Members not present: Martha Reichard, Hazle Steadman.
Founded at University of
Established at University of
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President . . .......
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Secretary . . . . . . ..
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Clarkson starts year off with a bang by capturing lead in home-
coming play "Stage Door." . . . Windbag queen "Liz" Harth
reigns over pep rallies while peppyi Hangora-eyed" Dot Lee in'
spires the crowd with her cheerleading .... Elizabeth Ann
tones, freshman belle of the campus, lives up to her title by be-
ing chosen Freshman Football Queen .... Founders' Day Ban-
quet honors first chapter of Delta Delta Delta on Thanksgiving
Eve and pledges entertain members with a push-button skit.
. . . Brand new bookshelves given us by us for Christmas. . . .
"Swamp-woman" Blaylock models for television .... We
watch our steps as Mary "See's all, Hears all, Tells all" Corkill
becomes campus radio commentator .... lean Whitney gets
cold blooded as Mrs. Sam Houston in "Beturn to Exile." . . .
Leap Year dance brings out the Sadie Hawkins in us .... Con-
nie Colvin takes the final leap into matrimony upon the advice
of a fortune teller .... Monday night finds members and
pledges fighting over the last hot roll at the weekly informal
dinners .... Mother Pat's hot gingerbread .... We all go
formal as the National Officer visits and informal when we find
that she likes fun as much as we do .... New crescents and
stars gleam as pledges become initiates .... Basketball Star
Lois Brown with her nose in the air over throwing a basket
backwards .... Organdy and moonlight brings out the fem-
inine element in us as spring formals float in .... Martha
jhefa Moaizan ghaiafer
Buchanan's red dresses, each one redder than the one before.
. . . Seniors with the usual mingled emotions ring the bell in
the tower of Kendall Hall stage .... Peggy Vincil, lody Bryan
and Betty Bruner sip their last coke at the Union and another
eventful year is almost over.
in the picture below are found the following members:
TOP ROWfleft to right: Ruth Bays, Ann Blackman, Helen Blankenship, Ieanne
Blaylock, Mary Lou Boulden, Lois Brown, Laura Lou Brubaker, Betty Bruner,
Betty Lou Bryan, Ioan Bryan.
SECOND ROWfleft to right: Martha Buchanan, Natalie Busch, Patricia
Camblin, Kathleen Clarkson, Constance Colvin, Barbara Cook, Mary Corkill,
Dorothy Deardorf, Louise Ditzler, Lorene Elliot.
THIRD ROW--left to right: Miriam Endres, Doris Flournoy, Betty Lou Frazier,
Georgenia Fry, Maryemma Gates, lean Harshaw, Elizabeth Harth, lane
Hawk, Bobette Holrn, Mary lean Holm.
FOURTH ROW-left to right: Peggy Anne Houser, Elizabeth Anne Iones, Sara
lane Kerr, Betty Leahy, Frances Lindsay, George Anne Mackey, Ann Adele
Miller, Mazie Miller, Mary Louise Nicholson, Betty Penterrnan.
FIFTH ROW-left to right: Helen Singler, Evelyn Sipes, Martha Stevenson,
lane Swan, Rebecca Thomas, Peggy Vincil, lean Whitney, Betty Whitlow,
Mary Ella Wyatt. Members not present: Dot Lee.
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Vice-President . . Barbara Tenney
Secretary . . . Betty Fredenberger
Treasurer .. Donna Louise Smith
Greatest achievements ot the year . . . completion ot the so-
rority lodge, and winning ot the scholarship cup tor the second
successive year . . . the lodge, built on colonial lines to honor
the place where Kappa Delta was founded, has a lovely mantel
for the cup which members and pledges won by having better
than a B average for the year .... K. D.'s began to think it
was some sort ot a game . . . every time they had a slumber
party, some member came in with a new diamond . . . at the
tirst party it was Donna Louise Smith, who said yes to Iohn
Dillon, and three weeks later leanne Ienkins did a repeat act
with the help ot Nick Shuler . . . humor, of one sort or an-
other, seems to be a K D specialty . . . Mary Ann Sanders
barely escapes with her life every time another issue ot her
Sanders' Sass appears in the Collegian, and Priscilla Harry
will proudly exhibit the pencil she Won on a radio 'worst joke
of the week' contest .... Kappa Delta Helen Williamson, went
down to L. S. U. the first semester, but dear old U. of T. was too
strong for her, and she had to come back in the middle of the
year . . . Pledge Lee Holmgren making an exhibit of lodge
materials . . . everything from nails to QYDSum lath in her
coat pocket . . . best Christmas present for members and
pledges when the Mothers' Club made them a surprise gilt ot
a new radio-phonograph which plays twelve records and has
six pushbuttons .... Frank Taylor giving his all, almost lit-
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erally speaking, that the K D float might go on .... Barbara
Tenney, senior, keeping her college record of all A's intact the
first semester . . . pledges walking out leaving members who
were all dressed in white for pledging service . . . pledges
wearing white the rest of the week . . . speaking of white,
seniors planning to give the lodge a present of some white rose
bushes when they leave . . . and more white . . . speaking
ln the picture below are shown the following members:
TOP ROWelett to right: Nancy Black, Phyllis Cass, Faye lean Coleman, Kath-
leen Conway, Martha lean De Bolt, Helen Fees, lacqueline Fraser, Betty
Fredenberger, Ashley Hagar.
SECOND ROWfleft to right: Dorothy Hamilton, Priscilla Harry, Frances Hayes,
Lee Holmgren, Dorothy lean Impey, leanne Ienkins, Dorothy Kennedy, Martha
Anne Kerr, Eleanor Marks.
THIRD ROW-left to right: Earnestine McCarty, Lois McFetridge, Katherine
Nelson, Marjorie Newberry, Helen Preisler, Mary Rayson, Dorothy Reser, lean
Rutledge, Mary Ann Sanders.
FOURTH ROW-left to right: Cherry Sherwood, Marylee Skinner, Donna Louise
Smith, Helen Smith, Gertrude Streator, Barbara Tenney, Maxine Vincent, Betty
Members not present: Catherine Reno.
Founded at the Virginia State
Established at the University
of Tulsa, 1939
Colors-Green and White
President ........ Ruth Olesen
Vice-President . . . . . . . Rosemary
Secretary ...... Margaret Miller
Treasurer . ...... Ada Arnold
National convention at Glacier Park . . . rings have it first se-
mester with members receiving six rings and five pins . . . lean
Taylor and Margaret Miller write a song . . . "Moon Over the
Campus." . . . Ada Arnold balancing the check book and
bank statement . . . always two cents off . . . having more
members in Lantern, Pi Gamma Mu and Kappa Delta Pi than
any other group is practically a record. . . . Phi Mu brings
home the Co-ed Prom cup . . . for keeps .... Mrs. Campbell
greeting everyone with true Phi Mu hospitality .... loan
Flemming suddenly becoming "formerly of the Lambda Chi
sweethearts" . . .a vote of thanks to Katie Chase for being the
most dependable . . . Margaret Hildebrand, the peoples choice
. . . Virginia Kaufmann and the Engineers .... Smittle and
McBride looking for "Eskimo Nell." . . . Brown and Bridges
make quite a stir in the band . . . and why not? . . . Willie
Schlingman and the sweetheart of Phi Mu, Warren Davis, also
Engineers' King .... Men of the campus vying for Helen
Alldredge's charms .... Everyl Snelson goes to Panhellenic
convention in Austin .... Margaret Olesen and the VARIOUS
boy friends ..... Everyone gaining weight on so much candy
from so many steady couples .... Katie Chase president of
TU"Y," Virginia Kaufmann, president of Lantern: Helen All-
dredge, secretary of Student Council: Dot Smittle, freshman
class secretary: Libby Atkinson, senior class vice-presidentg
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Margaret Hildebrand, band queen attendantp Bette Shea,
football queen attendant .... Doris Deeley and her Alpha Chi
Rho "grandmother" from Purdue .... Helena Edwards Pi KA
pin from Dean Irons . . . ain't love grand . . . Pledge Direc-
tor Kelly winding up pledges from the union to go to class ....
Bell as President of Pi Delta Epsilon . . . enlightening visits
with national inspector . . . last and best ot all the Phi Mu
ln the picture below are shown the following members:
TOP ROW-eleft to right: Helen Alldredge, Libby Atkinson, Ada Arnold, Betsy
Baldwin, Elizabeth Bancroft, Harriet Bauer, Doris Bell, Sue Bomford, Barbara
SECOND ROW-left to right: Geraldine Brown, Kathleen Chase, Virginia
Cleveland, Martha lo Copple, Louise Curtis, Clela Darnold, Doris Deeley, lean
Deeley, Mary Dillon.
THIRD ROW-left to right: Anne Eckle, Helena Edwards, Natalie Essman,
Madalyn Fink, Ioan Flemming, Annibeth Floyd, lean Foster, Arlita Gilmore,
FOURTH ROW-left to right: Muriel Haines, Margaret Hildebrand, Mercedes
Houston, Evelyn Iones, Barbara loyner, Betty Lou Karr, Mary Kaufmann, Vir-
ginia Kaufmann, Rosemary Kelly.
FIFTH ROW-left to right: Nancy Lively, Margie McBride, Louise McKee,
Margaret Miller, Geraldine Moore, Margaret Murphy, Margaret Olesen, Ruth
Olesen, Betty Lou Overton, Carol Pearson.
SIXTH ROW--left to right: Betty Rains, Willie Schlingman, Bettie Shea, Ruth
Shore, Dorothy Smittle, Everyl Snelson, lean Taylor, Alva Lee Wakefield,
Members not present: Zoe Adelhelm, Betty Schwartzlose.
Founded at Wesleyan
Established at University
of Tulsa, 1939
Colors-Rose and White
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Vice-President ....... Elizabeth
Secretary .......... Jane Swan I I
Treasurer ..... . Jeanne Jenkins
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Organized over ten years ago, the University of Tulsa Pan-
hellenic was modeled after the National Panhellenic Congress
. . . each sorority on the campus sends two delegates . . .
this year the members were: Elizabeth Harwood and Edith
Vincil, Chi Omega: lane Swan and Martha Buchanan, Delta
Delta Delta, leanne Ienkins and Barbara Tenney, Kappa Delta:
and Ruth Olesen and Mary Kaufmann, Phi Mu . . . sponsored
by Dean of Women, Mary Clay Williams, the group promotes
and maintains cooperation among sororities . . . activities are
many and varied . . . just before the end of school last spring,
the Council contributed five hundred dollars to the Student
Union building fund . . . weekly meetings during the summer
were occupied with work on the book of rush rules and regu-
lation of summer rush . . . at the opening of school, the annual
Freshman Mixer was combined with the Panhellenic party
where new students are welcomed and rush rules are explained
to them . . . after the mad rush of formal rush week and
pledging were over, plans were begun for the Panhellenic
Ball, a dance rivalled in importance only by the lnterfraternity
Dance . . . familiarly known as "Panhel," the dance was com-
plete with a silver and white christmas tree, illuminated sorority
pins, and flash pictures to record the good time had by all
. . . new members elected near the beginning of the second
semester started things with a bang on a trip to the regional
conference at the University of Texas, in Austin . . . Helen
Alldredge, Elizabeth Harth, leanne Ienkins, Betty Mason, and
Miss Williams were the lucky delegates . . . one of the last
duties of this year's Council was arranging the annual banquet
for sorority initiates, held March 19 at the University Club
. . . high spot of the year . . . too many black and gold rush
booklets . . . so many that someone wanted to use them to start
fires with . . . complications arising from holding the Freshman
Mixer and the Panhellenic party for women on the same night
. . . President Ruth Olesen trying to tell the new girls about
rush rules and to have a good time at the dance all at once
. . . Pan-hellenic Ball-ah! yes . . . Buchanan trying to cut down
expenses on it . . . the receiving line standing for a long hour
and a quarter as Miss Williams insisted, "Ruth, we have to
wait for Dean Langenheim--he's right out there" . . . and said
Dean staying "right out there" in the lobby chattering with
friends . . . Panhellenic contributing a Christmas tree for the
children's party, and then three other groups borrowed the tree
for their parties . . . that's getting the Council's money's worth
. . . a typical meeting . . . lane Swan, "I haven't typed the
minutes yet" . . . treasurer, leanne Ienkins, "Chl we've got
lots of money" . . . Elizabeth Harwood, "I want to bring up
something" . . . Mary Kaufman, "l'll so move" . . . Edith Vincil,
"l'll ask my father" . . . Barbara Tenney, "It sounds all right to
me" . . . Miss Williams, "Have you looked at this angle?"
. . . Martha Buchanan, "I move we adjourn" . . . Buth Olesen,
"Okay, but let's get this done before next meeting" . . . officers
rotate each year, so that each sorority holds a different office
each year, the cycle being completed every four years . . .
for instance, the order for the presidency is: Phi Mu this year,
Chi Omega next year, Delta Delta Delta the following year,
and Kappa Delta the fourth year . . . the creed of the local Pan-
hellenic is identical with that of National Panhellenic Congress:
"We, the fraternity undergraduate members, stand for good
scholarship, for the guarding of good health, for wholehearted
cooperation with the college's ideals for student life, for the
maintenance of fine social standards, and the serving, to the
best of our ability, of our college community . . . good college
citizenship as a preparation for good citizenship in the larger
world of alumnae days is the ideal that shall guide our chap-
ter activitiesu . . . it is considered beneath the standards of
fraternity women to speak disparagingly of any fraternity or
college woman, to create any feeling between fraternity or non-
fraternity womeng or to allow an account of minor social func-
tions to appear in the public press . . . the local chapter, in an
attempt to live up to these ideals, promotes cooperation among
Greeks and between Greek groups and non-sorority members
. . . it tries to develop in its members a spirit of Pan-Hellenism
and to discourage clanishness above all else-penalties are
invoked for breaking the letter or spirit of laws, and an effort
to be fair in their decisions is foremost.
ln the picture below are shown the following members:
TOP BOW--left to right: Ruth Olesen, Martha Buchanan, Mary Clay Williams,
Barbara Tenney, lane Swan.
BOTTOM BOW--left to right: lcanne lenkins, Elizabeth Harwood, Mary Kauf-
mann, Edith Vincil.
Founded af lhe University of
Sponsor .... Mary Clay Williams
President ........ Harry Heath
Vice-President .... Joe Mitchell
Secretary ........... John Cox
Treasurer ..... . . . Bob Hoss
President Harry Heath is a
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Organized officially four years ago, through the efforts of H. D.
Chase, Dean of Men . . . although the same work had been
done by an informal group previously . . . purpose is to corre-
late activities of the various fraternities, in order that they may
concentrate their efforts toward a common goal-that goal be-
ing the serving of the best interests of the University by doing
everything possible to keep fraternity life up to its high stand-
ards . . . effort is also made to cooperate with the independent
men insofar as is possible, and avoid the "Greek versus Bar-
barian" attitude prevalent on many campuses . . . this goal
is slowly being attained regardless of the firmly-established
fraternity system at the University of Tulsa . . . a local chapter,
the lnterfraternity Council nevertheless is an important factor
in campus relations . . . recognizing the natural desire for
union expressed by the existence of Greek organizations, the
Council assists them in their contribution to the University pat-
tern of living .... Activities . . . new this year was the smoker
given by the Council at the Union, for all fraternity men . . .
as stag parties go, it went . . . biggest single undertaking was
the lnterfraternity Dance, annually one of the biggest dances
on the calendar . . . this year was the fourth annual dance,
and all reports were favorable . . . in spite of the most mixed-
up grand march on record . . . date for the affair kept secret
until all the members of the Council had asked the girls they
wanted . . . music by Ernie Fields' orchestra . . . preceded by
the inevitable basketball game which always manages to
get scheduled the same night as a big dance . . . more activ-
ities . . . endless meetings where Panhellenic is discussed
more than anything else, much to the discomfiture of the Sec-
retary, who got tired of writing "Pan-Hell" in the minutes all
the time . . . Sam Brown, Ice Mitchell, Bob I-loss and brethren
getting all hot and bothered and promoting an investigation of
the shysters making so much money on the yearbook . . .
Prexy Sam Brown was to present his complaint to the Student
Council . . . at the last minute he got cold feet and turned up
missing . . . so the Kendallabrurn's lack Mills presented his de-
fense without an accusation . . . Bay Ousterhaut turning
traitor to the lnterfraternity Council and enthusiastically mov-
ing that the Council accept lack's report .... Personalities . . .
Sam "Romeo" Brown always trying to close meeting in a
hurry so he could go meet a girl . . . or two . . . or three
. . . Bob I-loss getting all het up over anything and everything
. . . lay Thompson coming to meeting when Martha had a
class . . . Bob Maples doing his bit to make campus life "so-
cially agreeable" . . . sometimes hectic . . . Gordon Wright-
the perennial favorite-in the Council every year . . . Dick
Bryan getting tired of people asking . . . "Oh, are you lody's
brother?" . . . Ralph Dunham and lames Ferguson, the silent
partners . . . diminutive Dean Chase telling the big tall boys
where to head in . . . "Uncle foe" Mitchell's continual chatter in
meetings . . . things get too hot for prexy Brown, so he quit at
mid-semester to give place to Harry Heath . . . Treasurer Hoss
and his financial difficulties . . . the fraternities won't pay their
fees, and Hoss wouldn't have the books straight if they did
. . . Iohn Cox trying repeatedly to get his picture in the year-
book as second-semester secretary of the Council . . . news to
most of the eds and coeds is that an all-school picnic was
planned by the boys, but after weeks of research and experi-
mentation with various lunch-boxes, they gave it up as a bad
job . . . the group picture of the Council was scheduled so
many times that members began reserving every Sunday aft-
ernoon to haunt the Library steps, from mere force of habit
. . . and Sam Brown posing for at least six "takes" for his presi-
dent's picture . . . Bay Ousterhaut being happy about the
whole thing, even if only slap-hC1DDY . . . although politics
play a conspicuous part in activities all year long, the Council
failed to take a stand on the Collegian-Engineers question . . .
probably because of dissention in the ranks on the situation
. . . lack Brown thinking about basketball most of the time
. . . Gordon Wright and leanne Blaylock . . . Bob Maples and
"the wimmin" . . . lohn Cox and his "hard-to-handle" girl at
O. U .... if he's so angry about the whole thing, why does he
call her long distance and talk to her so long? . . . Council is
composed of three representatives from each fraternity, usually
the president and two elected members . . . as in Panhellenic
Council, offices rotate annually among the groups according
to a carefully-worked-out schedule . . . business and bull-ses-
sions are transacted in bi-weekly meetings generally held in
the office of the Dean of Men, H. D. Chase . . . constant refer-
ences to last year's proceedings kept the secretary busy
looking through the minute book . . . and by the time he
found what they wanted, they were on another subject . . .
they'll do it every time . . . old Council gives way to new.
ln the picture below are shown the following members:
TOP BOW -left to right: lay Thompson, Iohn Cox, Bay Ousterhaut, Bob Hoss.
SECOND BOW- -left to right: Gordon Wright, lack Brown, Bob Maples, loe
BOTTOM BOW left to right: Dean H. D. Chase, lanies Ferguson, Ralph Dun-
ham, Dick Bryan.
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Sponsor ......... H. D. Chase
Treasurer . . . . . . .
. . . . John Cox
. . Bob Conley
Delta Sigma Xi
Fred Boucher telling the chapter about his overnight stay in
the Girls' Dorm at Monticello .... Daisybelle Dunn, the cute
librarian, and sister of Member Ed Dunn chaperoning those
Delta Sig picnics . . . the hit oi the annual Frontier Ball was
N. A. Keithley jitterbugging with House-Mother Mrs. Boucher.
. . . "Grey-head" Caldwell still that way about Ginnie Harth.
. . . Prexy Balph Dunham starting his love-lite for the year
with a Chi Omega and ending by pinning Corrine Maxwell,
off campus . . . always at the Workshop is jovial Dick White-
side . . . always seen together are basketballers lohn Herri-
man and Charles Spilman . . . the Tribune column well
taken care of by loe Foster from Broken Arrow .... Bob Wells
and limmy Vickers wishing for a few "girl members." . . .
anyone looking for a tutor in anything is referred to Warren
Davis .... timmy Vickers throwing Chi O Dude Carter out
ot the pledge sneak dance out at Sunrise Club . . . when
ever a pledge is wanted to do work, Dan Heydon gets caught.
. . . "Wynn" Hargrove helping us when in a spot . . .the
whole chapter turned out tor Harold Williams' wedding to Chi
O Lalage Birmingham .... Paul Burns graduating with a Phi
Beta Kappa average . . . Pledge Treasurer Martin Grover the
ideal money raiser . . . alumni who are always coming back
are l. K. Taylor, Bill Potienberger, and Earl Conley. . . it
looks as ii the Sig Eps are giving Bill Hansel a run for his
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money . . . who wins Betsy? . . . leaving us for Northwest-
ern, we sure miss Fred Boucher second semester .... Dot
Allen being escorted to the Frontier Ball by lack Griffin ....
Ioe Buland running for "bill of the ball" at the Tri Delt leap-
year dance . . . the pledges really fixing the members at the
reverse pledges court .... DeWitt Anderson and Keith Cald-
well always promoting some kind of a dance at the Century
Boom .... Warren Davis wins the title of sweetheart of Phi
Mu sorority .... Bob "faithful forever" Conley not being faith-
ful to anyone .... Fred Boucher, Ralph Dunham, and Heinie
Herbig missing the football game at St. Louis because of a
burlesque show .... Bob Wells always sleeping in his classes,
to the disgust of the profs.
In the picture below are shown the following members:
TOP ROW-left to right: DeWitt Anderson, Iohn Anderson, Bob Bowlin, Charles
Brockrnan, Joe Buland, Paul Burns, Keith Caldwell, Charles Cashman.
THIRD ROW-left to right: Bob Conley, Iohn Cox, Ed Davis, Warren Davis,
Ralph Dunham, Ed Dunn, lim Ferguson, Ioe Foster.
SECOND ROW-left to right: Walter Foster, lack Griffin, Martin Grover, Bill
Hansel, Heinie Herbig, Iohn Herriman, Dan Heydon, Don Irwin.
BOTTOM ROW-left to right: N. A. Keithley, Gene Lambeth, Ralph Matthews,
Russell Rector, Fred Sharpe, Charles Spilrnan, Iimmie Vickers, Bo.lgg,fWells.
Members not present: Fred Boucher, Dick Whiteside. ' 'g
Founded at the University of
Only local fraternity on the
Colors-Royal Blue and Gold
President ......... Dick Bryan
Vice-President .... Bob McCraw
Secretary ....... Jay Thompson
Treasurer .. James Loofhourrow
Pledge Master .... Joe Mitchell
Scenes around the house: lames "whispering" Loofbourrow
waking the boys each morning for their 8:00 classes . . .
whether they had 8:00 classes or not . . . Csuch bad language
so early in the morning, boys? .... "Toad" l-lolt's alarm clock
dangling in front of the sleeping "Toad's" face . . . he says that
you don't have to roll over to turn it off each morning ....
Brothers Hone, Morton, and Dunlap recently married .... lay
Thompson and Ierry Cronk are the only brothers with pins out
at the present time .... Marshal Dennis and Kenny King still
scared of campus girls . . . but "l-lots" Crow is making up for
their lack of interest .... Bob "What have l done now" Stanley
scouting basketball games .... loe King putting Monday
night meetings into stitches . . . Alumnus lack Bryan still
showing up for meetings occasionally .... Ioe Mitchell and
Kenny King participating in the school's sports carnival . . .
the Kappa Alpha basketball team, after several lean years
in the intramural league, making a snappy' comeback . . .
the chapter house redecorated in fancy red, white, and blue
colors .... Marshal Dennis smoking cigars on the front porch,
waiting for an auto accident at the intersection .... Bill Smith
showing up again after a year's Work in the oil fields .... Ioe
Moore carrying on the Moore tradition at Tulsa University . . .
he's the third one .... Lynn Moore doing very well at Ban-
dolph Flying Field and brother Rex Tibbens showing the boys
the way at Spartan Training School .... "Dazzling" Dick
Bryan breaking a bunch of feminine hearts by enrolling in
Washington and Lee University at mid-year .... Simms final-
ly initiated after soooo long a time .... Dick Koons shows his
good taste by escorting Babs McMinn around .... Penn Lary
gets a beautiful diamond but not 'cause he wants it . . . but
because Helen Blankenship didn't . . . extra . . . Penn Lary
joins the army .... Van Candler's best girl Connie goes off
and gets married . . . and to a Lambda Chi, too .... Ioe King
known to be slightly interested in every girl on the campus.
. . . Sanger also scared of the girls .... Dietler has the best
wit on or off the campus . . . anyway that's what We think . . .
and that's all we think.
In the picture below are shown the following members:
TOP ROW-left to right: Dick Bryan, Van Candler, Ierry Cronk, Tom Cronk,
Howard Crow, Courtland Dietler.
SECOND ROW-left to right: Carl I-lane, Prescott Haralson, Wayne Holt, Monte
House, Ted Hudson, Ioe King.
THIRD ROW-left to right: Kenneth King, Dick Koons, Penn Lary, Iames Loot-
bourrow, Ioe Mitchell, Iames Modrall.
FOURTH ROWeleft to right: loe Moore, Harold Pardee, Randall Sanger, Bob
Scott, Merle Spink, lay Thompson, Arthur Williams! i v
Members not present: Elston Campbell, Charles Hair, Bob McCraw, Frank
Simms, Buddy Wallace, Wendell Williams.
Presidenf ........ De Hinckley
Vice-President ..... Bill Parker
Secretary ....... Charles Briley
Treasurer .... . . . AI Persons
Kappa Kappa Psi
Though nationally Kappa Kappa Psi is an honorary fraternity,
the Alpha Pi chapter is social as well . . . some social event
is scheduled usually for every two weeks . . . noted for what
might be called a programmed picnic . . . a picnic where
something really happens . . . seein' as members are band
boys there's lots of fun with perennial pledge band fthe pledges
love itl which manages to perform at the majority of fraternity's
functions . . . chapter participates in the schools intramural
sports program and takes an active part in touch football, bas-
ketball and softball . . . with the pledging of seven new bands-
men, Kappa Kappa Psi started the new year and launched im-
mediately into the football season . . . one highlight of the season
was the trip to the Baylor game at Waco . . . we certainly en-
joyed the cheesecake at Denison .... Andy Clark was with-
out lean Potts for two days . . . very sad . . . shortly before
Christmas Gilbert Briggs got rid of his frat pin . . . miracles
do happen . . . he also got it back .... Bill Parker left the
campus at mid-term, but left a pin in his place .... De Hinck-
ley is undoubtedly the busiest man on the campus .... Al Per-
sons, treasurer, likes his job 'cause the three treasurers pre-
ceding him were all driving new cars before the end of their
term of office .... Bill "Heinz" Kaiser used all 57 varieties of
pleas-e in attaching his pin to "Pardon me, but you look just
like" McBride .... Duane Burger anxiously awaited those oc-
casional trips to Okmulgee, because he thinks the town is so
"quaint" . . . Chuck Briley, that man about town, also plays
violin and is always on hand when there's any 'old time' fid-
dlin' to be done . . . the pledges sure liked those peanuts in front
of the Orpheum . . . they all had un-skinned noses the next
day .... Ridge Bond gets his woman . . . and now you
guess who? . . . Lee Dunham turns hero and saves small
child from freezing . . . see your local paper .... lim Blazier,
with his string bass, is sometimes referred to as a "viol" crea-
ture . . . and "viol" the world sleeps on, Kappa Kappa Psi con-
tinues band rehearsal at dawn every morning.
ln the picture below are shown the following members:
TOP HOW-left to right: Iohnny Anderson, loe Bean, lim Blazier, Bruce Bleak-
ley, Bidqeley Bond, Gilbert Briggs.
SECOND ROW-left to right: Charles Briley, Duane Burger, Andy Clark, Earl
Coulter, Lee Dunham, De Hinkley.
THIRD BOW-left to right: Bill Kaiser, Alvin Kessler, Bill Martin, Oral Miller,
Bill McCo1lough, Iohn Mavris.
FOURTH ROW-left to right: Bill Parker, Al Persons, LaGrange Ratcliff, Don
Ruggles, lack Tatroe.
Members not present: lack Griffin, Bryant Millikin.
Founded at Oklahoma A, 8. M
Established al' University of
Colors-Blue and White
President ......... Bob Maples
Secretary . . . .
. Alvie Dague
. Gene Roark
Treasurer ........ . . Jack Mills
Lambda Chi Alpha
"Gold Brick" Siegismund and "Bird Dog" Sears plinking the
piano during dinner time and getting plunked out of the house,
not once, not twice, but three times .... Smug, sure-of-himself
Gorham raising the ire of the members with his "pledgicity."
. . . one swell anniversary dinner-dance at the Tulsa Club to
honor new initiates . . . Roark, l-lundahl, a blonde, and the Pig
Stand! . . . Easy Goin' Maples getting tough for the sake of
keeping order .... Mills the new prexy but Mother Scroggs
still the favorite of the boys .... Bowie cramming all night
for an exam and then missing it by snatching more than two
hours' sleep beforehand .... Crouch and his car I-Iellta . . .
ta get started and ta stop .... Luckhardt appointed a one-man
clean-up committee upon the sincere wishes of other members.
. . . Babies Milk Fund benefitted by first Christmas charity
formal .... Curfman and Farthing caught postponing dates
because of "unexpected calls out of town" . . . then Farthing
does leave . . . for a job in lllinois .... Dixon goes to a job
in Kansas .... Bob Stewart waking all fellow pledges at an
unearthly hour to work on the barn dance .... Westmoreland
distinguishing himself on the Hurricane cage team ....
Langenheim and the case of the missing signs . . . then the
case of the missing Langenheim . . . pledges Richards and
Shull dancing together and shaking the fraternity house ....
Wynn and a pin that he puts out "just for fun." . . Bomford
gllafiigzn Maaign Chapter
smoking his first cigar and not getting sick and then bragging
about it .... Ma and her knitting and the groceries and the
telephone . . . a new mantle and fireplace in the house to
show off the new Presidents cup .... Shangrilah fthe ancient
onel resting mourniully behind the house waiting to be doctored
up to run again .... Witt wanting to know what's goin' on
anyhow . . . tiddleywinks substituted for bridge, temporarily
at least, as a pastime in the house.
In the picture below are shown the following members:
TOP ROW+left to right: lim Alexander, Mel Allen, Lloyd Baston, Bruce Blank,
Wright Bomford, Duncan Bowie, Charles Childs, Dick Coburn, Vernon Crouch.
SECOND ROW-left to right: lohn Curfman, Alvie Dague, Bill Epperson, Glenn
Farthing, Vernon Foster, Harold Frost, Chet Gorham, Keith Green, Rob Hays.
THIRD ROWglett to right: Bob Hoss, David l-lundahl, Gerald lohnson, Don
Iones, David Kerr, Wilbur Lancaster, Ralph Langenheim, Preston Lowrey, Roy
FOURTH ROW-left to right: Bruce Luckett, Bob Maples, lack Mills, De Witt
Moore, Walter Oakes, Raymond Ousterhout, R. M. Page, Tom Reed.
BOTTOM ROW-eleft to right: Ashton Richards, Gene Roark, Vernon Sears, Bob
Siegismund, Bob Stewart, Frank Westmoreland, Sidney Witt, lohn Wynn.
Members not present: Dick Batchelor, Rolland Dixon, Dell Osborn, Charles
Shull, Max-Van I-loose.
Founded at the Boston
Established af the University of
Colors-Purple, Gold and Green
. . . . . Sam Brown
. . . . Harry Heath
Pi Kappa Alpha
Bill Dunlap, freshman, and Rodman Tones, senior, head their
classes as president . . . lones, also Theta Alpha Phi president
Cnational honorary drarnaticsl and Bidgely Bond, take leads in
drama productions .... Don McLeod only male member of
Alpha Rho Tau, honorary Art frat .... C. H. Greene and Glenn
Dobbs make all Missouri Valley grid team and rate on all
America Pi KA club .... Pi KA tops the campus in pledging,
with 25 new pledges .... "Catfish" Lamprich waiting for
spring weather so he can get back on the ball diamonds ....
one dozen Pi Kaps take that air corps work in which it's such
a good idea to pass each examination, especially at l0,0UO feet,
'cause if you don't, you can't take makeup tests .... Mervil
Tubbs, Bill Gannaway and lack Brown sunning themselves on
the local golf courses .... Gentry plays in East-West game.
. . . Pi KA pledge dance at Oakhurst one of the best in years. . . .
Sam Brown has his tonsils removed, and the fellows sit around
and swap stories about their operations .... Pi KA claims the
University men's quartet: Emmett Pratt, Bod Tones, Ridgely
Bond and Andy Clark . . . pledges inaugurate plan of "pledge
queens" for each of home football games . . . the gang goes
goopin' on Monday nights at Hawks .... Chuck White has a
hard time trying to decide who his "Dream Girl" will be next.
. . . the annual spring formal at Oakhurst is year's most
enjoyed event .... Founder's Day banquet is the get-together
amma Mylan Ckalafer
time for Pi Kap alumni from the Various chapters to mingle
with Gamma-Upsilon's actives and pledges .... Gar Wood, Ir.,
leaves the chapter to return to work in his tather's boat tactoryg
his problem is designing a new torpedo craft . . .and so adieul
In the picture below are shown the following members:
TOP ROWfleft to right: Ralph Baston, Bill Beard, Don Bohannon, Ridgely
Bond, Wallace Borgeson, Iohn Brown, Sam Brown, Stanley Burchett, Duane
SECOND ROW-left to right: Richard Buzard, Iohn Chambers, Andy Clark,
Herndon David, lack Donalson, Bill Dunlap, Dewey Erickson, Bill Fraley,
THIRD ROW-left to right: Bill Gannaway, Lee Gentry, Kenneth Gibson, Ward
Givan, Ed Gowans, Charles Gray, Harry Heath, Frank Hensley, Dean Irons.
FOURTH ROWfleft to right: Rodman Iones, Victor Kruse, Harry Lamprich,
Tim Macy, Don McLeod, Charles McGinley, Baskett Mosse, Bill Owens, Emmett
Pratt, Donald Phillips.
FIFTH ROW-left to right: lack Rice, Dick Rhine, Lloyd Richards, Rex Ross,
Dick Shea, Bob Smock, Roland Stanfield, Roy Stuart, Mervil Tubbs, Charles
Members not present are: Ovid Birmingham, Glenn Dobbs, Claude Doughman,
C. H. Greene, Gerald Heald, Bob Patterson, Calvin Purdin, lack Sanders, Iohn
Wickham, Gordon Wright.
Founded at University
of Virginia, 1868
Established at University
of Tulsa, 1936
Colors-Garnet and Old Gold
Presidents of campus clubs pictured above are:
FlRST BOW -'left to right: Kathleen Chase, T. U. "Y" . . .
Betty Mason, Girls' liitra-rnural Athletic Council . . . Doris
Bell, Pi Delta Epsilon . . . Virginia Kaufmann, Lantern . . .
lean Potts, Sigma Alpha lata.
SECOND ROW--left to right: Bill Henkes, Engineers' Club
. . . Orris Carter, Kappa Delta Pi . . . Barbara Tenney,
Senior Staff , . . Delta Ann Lackewitz, Spanish Club . . .
Dick Carter, A Cappella Choir.
Tl-HRD BOW f-left to right: Gerald lohnson, Debate Club . . .
Andy Clark, Band . . . lohn Allred, l. M. A .... Alvie
Daque, Sword and Key . . , Clyde King, N. l. C. C.
President ..... Barbara Tenney
Secretary-Treasurer ...... Mary
Honorary scholastic organization for senior women . . .
founded on this campus as a local organization in April l933
under the guidance of Dean Myrtle Gleason Cole . . .
group was organized for the purpose of promoting higher
standards of scholarship, leadership, character, and service
among the women students of the University of Tulsa . . .
membership in the organization is limited to not more than ten
women . . . are elected each spring from the junior class . . .
in order to be eligible for membership they must have a "B"
average or better, and must have shown themselves to be out-
standing in service and leadership on the campus . . .
primary aim of the organization is to stimulate by its activities
interest in the higher standards desired for all campus activ-
ities . . . with this in mind the group holds meetings every two
weeks to plan such activities as . . . sponsoring Lantern, the
sophomore women's honorary group . . . holding a luncheon
in the fall in honor of the new Lantern members . . . sponsor-
ing each semester the Dean's Honor Boll for women students
having a "B" average or better . . . conducting in the spring
a Leadership Guidance Conference for women . . . ushering
and assisting at various school functions . . . and also acting
as hostesses of the University to the students who are on the
campus each spring to take the annual competitive schol-
arship examinations . . . while the group is working on these
projects it is also trying to fulfill all requirements which will
make its petition acceptable to Mortar Board . . . hoping that
Senior Staff may eventually be successful in bringing a chap-
ter of Mortar Board to the University of Tulsa .... Mary
Clay Williams, counselor to women, is Senior Staffs very able
and helpful sponsor.
ln the picture below are shown the following members:
TOP BOW--left to right: Martha Buchanan, Barbara Tenney, Mary Clay
Williams, lane Swan, Ada Arnold.
BOTTOM BOW- left to right: Ieanne lenkins, Mary Corkill, Betty Freden-
berger, Donna Louise Smith, Mary Kaufmann.
Sword and Key
Senior men's honor society on the University ot Tulsa campus
. . . organized in February, l938 . . . membership require-
ments are a three-year grade average ot at least 2.25 and
approval ot the membership oi the organization . . . hold
monthly dinner meetings . . . discuss various university prob-
lems with the aim ot making usetul suggestions to the admin-
istrative council . . . occasional guest speakers . . . dinner
conversations range from the settling of world problems to ex-
pounding our opinions on pet theories . . . present business
is discussion oi good points of three national honor societies
. . . Blue Key, Omicron Delta Kappa, and Phi Kappa Phi . . .
iniormality reigns . . . helps sponsor the luncheon tor high
school students taking scholarship examinations . . . helps
them relax alter the exams and at the same time gives them
a taste ot college lite . . . hard to do both at once . . . partici-
pates in honors assembly . . . at least the president does . . .
said presidents pet peeve is editor of a certain yearbook who
insists on his writing this copy.
ln the picture below are shown the following members:
TOP BOW- left to right: Kenneth Dorniny, Gerry Cronk, Paul Burns, Alvie
BOTTOM BOW--left to right: Rodman lones, Warren Davis, Bob Maples.
President ..... Alvie Dague, Jr.
Vice-President .. . . Bob Maples
Secretary ......... Paul Burns
President Virginia Kaufmann I
Vice-President . . Everyl Snelson I
Secretary .... June Manchester I
Sophomore Women's Honor Society . . . established in l937
as a sister organization to the senior women's honorary organ-
ization, Senior Staff . . . purpose is to recognize and encour-
age the scholastic achievements of freshman women and to
promote leadership, character, and service among the under-
class women of the campus . . . not an organization with a
definite program of work laid out for it, but it is an honorary
society recognizing high scholastic attainment. . .present
scholarship requirement, which must be maintained through-
out the freshman year, is a 2-point or "B" average .... This
year the outgoing Lantern members, together with Senior Staff,
entertained incoming members at a luncheon . . . the new
members, encouraged by Miss Williams and Senior Staff, de-
cided to take steps to make Lantern a more active organiza-
tion .... with this aim in mind, they discussed various proj-
ects which might be undertaken by the group, reorganized
the constitution, took steps toward making the organizations
offices the possession of the three who maintain the highest
grade average as freshman . . . worked out a list of helpful
suggestions for freshman women .... Members act as ushers
at plays and various other school programs presented during
the year . . . help with the annual Christmas party for under-
ln the picture below are shown the following members:
TOP ROW--left to right: Emilou Dixon, Claire Blauner, Eleanor Marks, Nancy
Lively, Alice O'Brien, Arlita Gilmore, Mary Bowles, lune Manchester.
SECOND ROW left to right: Annibeth Floyd, Norma Bylander, Everyl Snel-
son, Maxine Vincent, Virginia Kaufmann, Mary Lou Barnard, Muriel Haines.
BOTTOM BOW left to right: Evelyn Bollier, Anne Eckle, leane Deeley, Mary
lean King, Etta Mae McElroy, Helen Singler, Dorothy Hamilton.
Mr. Chairman and Gentlemen . . . the question under dis-
cussion this year is "Resolved: That the nations of the Western
Hemisphere form a permanent union" . . . with this question
in mind interest revived for the new school year . . .
l6 staunch and true disciples of Demosthenes report . . . Van
Beek takes over the duties of manager sans salary . . . the
new members discover the heavy philosophical discussions
which go on in Dr. Grow's office .... Fort Smith the first de-
bate . . . no decision, so we won . . . first tournament at Ada.
. . . lohnson and Patton champions of the Tulsa team . . .
win three, lose three .... Kates and Lancaster read newspa-
per . . . during debate . . . Lancaster waives rebuttal . . .
Lancaster and Kates lose . . . pretty judges help somewhat
. . . late dance . . . later bull session in the hotel about . . .
debate .... Patton takes bath at one o'clock in the morning
. . . dirty . . . tournament ends with loud yells of "We wuz
robbed" from Botkin and Eastman . . . Dr. Grow puts in some
fancy shovel work digging the car out of the mud . . . the
gang gets to work to get the convention here next year ....
Carter chaperones the debate crew . . . or vice versa. . . . 95
teams represented at the tournament at Conway, Arkansas
. . . Van Beek and Alexander in elimination round . . . Van
Beek arranges six dates and then forgets the girls' addresses
and names . . . six Tulsa boys play cards .... Pi Kappa
Delta gains some new members .... lohnson and Van Beek
take degrees of honor.
ln the picture below are shown the following members:
TOP ROW-left to right: Howard Alexander, Henry Kates, Wilbur Lancaster,
lohn Botkin, Ralph Langenheim, Gerald lohnson.
BOTTOM ROW left to right: William Hagar, Gus Van Beek, Maryemtna
Gates, Georgenia Fry, lulia Brant, Bob Patton.
President ...... Gerald Johnson
Vice-President . . . Charles Shull
Secretary ......... Julia Brant
Debate manager ..... Gus Van
Sponsor . . . . . Dr. H. R. Grow
President .., .. Malcolm Caffee
Vice-President . .,..... Elwood
Secretary . . . . . . Dorothy lmpey
Treasurer . .... Jane Snyder
University ot Tulsa Symphony Orchestra is an integral part oi
the College ot Fine Arts curriculum . . . activities ot this or-
ganization are a carefully-planned series ot public appearances
. . . these appearances attord publicity tor the University as
well as create general good will .... Concerts given by this
orchestra as tollows: December l2th, Kendall Hallg December
l7th, Bartlesville High Schoolg lanuary l5th, Kendall Hall, joint
concert with the A Cappella Choir sponsored by the United
Daughters of the Contederacyg February 7th, Coliseum, general
session ot the Oklahoma Education Association Convention.
. . . on the tirst three concerts, Tosca Berger Kramer, violinist,
was soloist with the orchestra . . . other appearances of the
orchestra include the annual All School Music Program at Con-
vention Hall, programs at the local high schools, orchestral
accompaniments tor various recital programs.
Members ot the orchestra include:
Elizabeth Bancroft, Mary Lou Barnard, Ralph Boston, George Bauer, Helen
Bement, Mary Bowles, Barbara Bridges, Gilbert Briggs, Charles Briley, Ger-
aldine Brown, lames Blazer, Duane Burger, Malcolm Caftee, lohn Chronic,
Andy Clark, Charles Costello, Louise Curtis, Marjorie Cutting, lohn Davis,
Marjorie Davis, Dorothy Dickinson, Alice Penn, C. F. Gates, Clarence Gates,
Elizabeth Hayes, Kenneth Hayes, Dorothy lmpey, Alvin Kessler, Tosca Berger
Kramer, Dorothy Langley, loe Linde, Norman Lowe, Beulah McConnell, War-
ren Macy, Robert Maples, Evelyn Oakes, Maude Orebaugh, Carol Pearson,
Alfred Persons, Bob Price, Cleora Price, Theone Price, Virginia Ransom,
Eveline Bobb, Don Buggles, lack Sherwood, Helen Smith, Everyl Snelson, lane
Snyder, Beulah Starkey, Dureen Suppes, Raymond Swanson, Ruth Thompson,
Alvin Topper, D. B. Vandersall, Boss Waltzer, Frederick Warner, Otto Weisner,
Betty lane West, Helen Williamson, Elwood Winchester, Evelyn Worsham,
Bill Wright, lohn VVynn, Boger Penn, director.
Started the year in usual fashion by taking very active part
in the football games and parades . . . climaxed by a drive
for funds to take the "Waco or bust" trip . . . drive and
trip both highly successful . . . main handicap is that mem-
bers have to get up and be at practice at seven a. m .... also
wake the neighbors . . . they make the best of everything and
are prepared for trips to all points north, south, east, and west
-to advertise the school . . . a gala concert in the spring is
also in store . . . sloganwnwe can make more noise than
anyone, with or without our instruments," or "we could make
such beautiful music together' '... band queen Madelyn King
Members of the band are:
Iohn Adam, Iohnny Anderson, Ralph Baston, Helen Bement, lames Blazer,
Bruce Bleakley, Barbara Bridges, Gilbert Briggs, Charles Briley, Duane
Burger, Malcolm Caffee, Iohn Chronic, Andy Clark, Wayne Cline, Bruce Colton,
lohn Davis, Lee Dunham, Alice Fenn, loan Flemming, limmy Freese, Ed
Gowans, lack Griffin, Billy Hackathorn, lack Hackathorn, Rob Hays, lohn
Hegge, De Hinckley, Billy Hyden, Dorothy lmpey, Donald lone-s, Bill Kaiser,
Alvin Kessler, Kenneth Kinion, loe Linde, Warren Tim Macy, Robert Maples,
Bill Martin, Iohn Mavris, Bill McCullough, Oral Miller, Wendell Monger, George
Murry, Evelyn Oakes, Bill Parker, Louis Patterson, Carol Pearson, Altred Per-
sons, Neal Pinson, Cleora Price, Robert Price, Virginia Ransom, LaGrange
Ratcliffe, Robert Redmond, Forrest Rees, Donald Ruggles, Ralph Schaffer, Helen
Smith, Everyl Snelson, Robert Stewart, Raymond Swanson, Alvin Topper, D.
R, Vandersall, Ross Waltzer, Andre Wilkins, Elwood Winchester, Leo Wright,
lohn Wynn, Roger Penn, director.
Presidenf ....... . . Andy Clark
Vice-President ..... Ed Gowans
Treasurer ........ Don Ruggles
Secretary .... .... J oe Binder
President ..... Dr.
Leo A. Haak
. Paul Burns
Phi Gamma Kappa
To stimulate high scholarship on the campus a group of faculty
members formed a local honor scciety and designated four
faculty members as promoters and sponsors . . . organized
on May 25, l92U, and named Phi Gamma Kappa . . . con-
tinuously active since that date . . . is an all-University organi-
zation including professional work as well as work in the field
of the arts and sciences . . . purpose is "to foster and promote
good scholarship in the University of Tulsa" . . . active mem-
bership is composed of students, alumni, and faculty members
. . . members of the faculty who are members of Phi Beta Kappa
or Sigma Xi are eligible to membership . . . several members
of the faculty, not members of other honor societies, have been
made members in order to add strength and stability through
their counsel . . . associate memberships also may be be-
stowed upon citizens of the community who are members of
either of the above two honor societies or who are otherwise
outstanding in scholarship or citizenship . . . to be eligible
to membership a student must have junior or senior standing
. . . must have done two years of resident work in the Univer-
sity . . . and must have a scholastic average of 2.25 . . .
from those who meet the above minimum requirements, the
new members are elected in order of rank until the quota is
ln the picture below are shown the following members:
TOP ROW- -left to right: Warren Davis, lack Buthod, Ruth Olesen, Paul Burns,
Dr. Leo I-laak, I. I. Frisch, Dr. L. S. McLeod, Dr. H. l. Smith, Dr. C. P, Keim,
SECOND ROW-left to right: l-lazle Steadman, Lois Carter, Mary Corkill,
lane Swan, Mary Kaufmann, Bob Maples, Dr. B. D. Barclay.
Tl-HRD ROW -left to right: Alva Lee Wakefield, Barbara Tenney, Toni Froebe,
Rodman lones, Mrs. B. D. Barclay, Betty Fredenberger, Donna Louise Smith,
Kappa Delta Pt
Purpose is to encourage high intellectual and scholastic stand-
ards and to recognize outstanding contributions to education
. . . in other words . . . they're a band of prospective teachers
. . . hoping . . . that this national honor society in education
. . . established in l9U9 by the lllinois Education Club at the
University of lllinois . . . will be duly considered by boards of
education after graduation .... l22 institutional chapters . . .
seven in Oklahoma . . . acknowledges Iohn Dewey, Charles
A. Beard, lane Addams, lohn Finley, and others as members
of its Laureate chapter .... Meetings held once a month in
member's homes . . . Vice-President Alva Lee Wakefield ar-
ranging interesting programs . . . Helen Alldredge serving hot
gingerbread .... Evelyn Cfray and leanne Foster giving the
program .... President Orris Carter being drafted into the
army and writing his thesis at the same time . . . a fast mov-
ing meeting at Buth Bays' house featuring lacob Frisk, Evelyn
Oakes, Bodman lones . . . and The Conga . . . everybody
dunking when Maxine Armstrong served hot chocolate and
doughnuts . . . which proves something or other . . . faculty
members Ed Albin, Mrs. Morrow, Dr. Fellows, and Dr. Beall
sharing some of their "teaching experiences" with these pros-
pective members of their profession . . . membership is com-
posed of students preparing to teach . . . who have grade
averages in the upper quartile.
ln the picture below are shown the following members:
TOP BOW left to right: Dr. Fellows, I. l. Frisch, Ruth Bays, Willie Schltnqman,
Lucille Bowell, Ruth Olesen, Orris Carter, Dr. Boss H, Beall, D. B. Vandersall.
SECOND ROW'--left to right: Don McLeod, Mrs. lohn Donovan, Toni Froebe,
Hazle Steaclman, Elizabeth Harth, Maxine Armstrong, Helen Alldredge, Dorothy
BOTTOM BOW--left to right: Ed Albin, leanne Foster, Alva Lee Wakefield,
Elizabeth Harwood, Bodman lones, Betty May Coulter, Evelyn Oakes, Lois
Cline, Rosemary Kelly.
President ......... Orris Carter
Vice-President ....... Alva Lee
Secretary Elizabeth Harwood
Counselor .... Dr. J. E. Fellows
President ......... Andy Clark
Vice-President ..... Jack Mills
Secretary .... . . . Emily Ann
A Cappella Choir
Has as its sponsor and director Dean Albert Lukken, who is
solely responsible for the activities and behavior of these
proteges . . . despite his frequent criticisms and conduct-lec-
tures, he is really quite proud of them . . . even if the re-
hearsals do have to be calmed down a bit at times . . . sings
for the Botary Club and the laycees . . . iaunts to Claremore and
Haskell . . . assembles here on the campus . . . each member
is secretly proud of the way the group sounds and likes to hear
outsiders tell them soewho doesn't like to be encouraged . . .
but regrets giving up their lunch hour three times a week.
Members of the choir include:
Le Roy Austin, Mary Lou Barnard, D. R. Alley, Ruth Bays, Helen Bement, Mary
Berkman, Bonnie Brown, Ann Blackman, Betty Ann Boarts, Bidgely Bond,
Duncan Bowie, Mary Bowles, Barbara Bridges, Gilbert Briggs, Charles Briley,
Geraldine Brown, Mary Buthod, Malcolm Caffee, Dick Carter, Andy Clark,
Lois Cline, Mary Corkill, Betty Creamer, Alvie Dague, Clela Darnold, Martha
De Bolt, Mary Dillon, Othal Dotson, Beth Duff, Miriam Endres, Mary Lake
Finlayson, Margie Lee Fisk, Betsy Goff, Ed Gowans, Betty Grant, Emily Ann
Hamilton, Lanorah Higgins, Lauray lones, Rodman lones, Mary Ellen Kes-
selring, Carl King, Delta Lockewitz, Emma Lutts, Eleanor Marks, Louise Mc-
Kee, Yolanda Memole, lack Mills, Maxine Morrison, Marjorie Newberry, Evelyn
Oakes, Bob Patton, Marcella Pearson, lean Potts, Cleora Price, Theone Price,
lean Pringle, Lois Rainbolt, Evelyn Rollier, lean Rutledge, Marcella Ryan,
Norma Rylander, Helen Steinson, Bob Stewart, Gertrude Streator, Wilma Shaw,
Betty Tallman, Rebecca Thomas, Ruth Thompson, D. R. Vandersall, Dorothy
Whiteside, lohn Wynn, Ann Eckle, Frederick Warner, Dean Albert Lukken,
N. I. C. C.
Originally founded in l929 as the Commerce Club . . . hon-
orary business fraternity . . . students of sophomore standing
or better in the school of business administration are eligible to
membership . . . became affiliated with the National lnter-
collegiate Chamber of Commerce in February of this year . . .
said affiliation making sponsor "Pluto Pax" very, very happy
. . . N. l. C. C. continues to hold monthly dinner meetings as
did the Commerce Club in years gone by . . . prominent and
popular business men speak to the organization illustrating
the practical aspects of the modern business world . . . change
in name does not affect any of the functions of the club . . .
still holds annual reception for the incoming business students
. . . substituted a big picnic and bonfire for the usual more
formal reception this year . . . Helen Singler was there with
her car . . . members let down their hair once a year at a big
Christmas party . . . members bring toys for poor kids . . .
and sneak them out for themselves .... Dean Paxson makes
a wonderful Santa Claus . . . Lovejoy feeling rather sensitive
about receiving a tin soldier . . . it ruined his evening . . .
Hargrove received four little dolls with a clever memorandum
about the missing daughter being at home . . . members pitch
pennies into the bank Dean PaXson's son received . . . and
then shake the pennies out . . . financiers . . . affiliation with
N. l. C. C. bringing the members into closer contact with the
business men of Tulsa through the association with the lunior
and Senior Chambers of Commerce.
ln the picture below are shown the following members:
TOP ROW -left to right: La Grange Ratcliffe, lohri Allred, Duncan Brown,
Peqqtf Vincil, Melvin Allen, Alvin Topper.
SECOND ROW- left to right: lane Swan, Helen Alldredqe, Martha Buchanan,
Donna Louise Smith, Arlita Gilmore.
BOTTOM ROW left to right: leane Deeley, Helen Singler, Doris Deeley,
Presidenf ......... Clyde King
Vice-President .......... Befty
Secretary . . . Donna
President . . Emily Ann Hamilton
Vice-President . . Catherine Reno
Secretary ........ Evelyn Jones
Treasurer ....... Eleanor Marks
Historians . . Wilhelmena Schling-
man and Don McLeod
Alpha Rho Tau
Honorary Art fraternity . . . purpose is to foster the development
of, interest in, and appreciation of, art . . . members must have
an "A" art average and a "B" average in liberal arts: Six
hours of art work is required for pledging, ten for associate
membership, and twenty-two for active membership . . . bi-
monthly business and social meetings alternate . . . the organ-
ization maintains a student loan fund and presents annually the
Alpha Rho Tau award to the student of greatest promise ....
this year's addition to the University collection of prints and
paintings is a lithograph, "The Prairie Woman" by Peter Hurd
. . . Prairie Prints and the senior show are annual events . . .
high points of the year: Our sponsor, Dr. Robinson, lectured
on "Color, the Vogue, and You" . . . members proud of the
one-man show of Mary McCray, alumni president . . . the
Christmas sale of student work brought out hidden talent-
and buyers! . . . Emily Ann and Eleanor model as "personality
twins" . . . Sylvia plans a sketching party . . . correspondence
keeps Evelyn busy . . . energetic Don brings back permanent
views of Mexico . . . Catherine ponders over publicity . . .
Elouise originates a "supply-getting" service . . . versatile Ada
designs invitations . . . Edith provides places for entertainment
. . . Willie keeps our scrapbook in order . . . the rest just work.
ln the picture below are shown the following members:
TOP ROWfleft to right: Eleanor Marks, Margaret Pratt, Edith Vincil, Willie
Schlingman, Don McLeod, Doris Elaine Bell, Ada Arnold.
SECOND ROW--left to right: Evelyn lones, Ieanne Ienkins, Mary lean King,
Catherine Reno, Betty Parrish.
BOTTOM ROWW left to right: lean Whitney, loan Flemming, Sylvia Kraus,
Elouise Walker, Maxine Vincent, Mrs. B. D. Barclay.
A. !.!Vl. E
A student chapter of the American lnstitute of Mining and
Metallurgical Engineering . . . purpose is to provide opportu-
nity tor students preparing to enter the mineral industries to meet
as a professional group, and to concern themselves with re-
lated topics and activities ot mutual interest . . . to be eligible
tor membership, the student engineer must have completed
titty hours in the engineering college and be in general good
standing . . . activities include monthly meetings with lectures
by men in industry . . . tield trips to points ot interest in the Mid-
Continent area . . . and an annual banquet tor the graduating
senior engineers . . . all under the guidance of Thomas
Frick . . . technical papers submitted annually by members of
the chapter in a national inter-collegiate contest . . . Tex Ritter-
busch writes a contest theme . . . meetings held with student
associations from other petroleum engineering schools . . .
papers read and a good time is had by all . . . eternal argu-
ment exists over whether there is one or two "m's" in the abbre-
viation ot the chapter name . . . Robert I-loss elected president
at mid-term . . . and proving to be a membership-drive man
. . . Robert Rickman proves to be the up-and-coming member
of the sophomore class . . . Bill Henkes still trying to get in the
Royal Northwest Mounted Police after his years ot hero wor-
ship . . . Herndon David, lohn Poster and Bill Fraley prov-
ing to be an inseparable trio . . . Dean Ohrislip still everybody's
Members who appear in the picture below include:
TOP ROW left to right: Leo Wright, Bill Henkes, lack Burke, lim McDonald,
Iohn Foster, Herndon David.
SECOND ROW-left to right: Gene Lambeth, Bryant Millikin, lohn Chronic,
Kenneth Dominy, Robert Ross, Dean Chrislip.
BOTTOM ROW- -lett to right: Richard Fast, Ladislav l-ludry, Ford Bankston,
Don Spellman, Bob Maples, Bill Fraley.
Presidenf . ...... Dean Chrislip
Vice-President ..... Bill Henkes
Secretary-Treasurer ..... Bryant
President ......... Bill Henkes
Vice-President ..... Dean Irons
Secretary-Treasurer ..... Forest
Organized in l93l to be composed of all engineering students
in the university . . . purpose is to promote interest in the field
of engineering and engineering problems, a better understand-
ing between the student and the faculty members, and a spirit
of cooperation between all the students .... During St. Pat's
Week in the spring, the Engineers' Club edits and publishes
the weekly school Collegian for that week, holds an open house
in the Phillips Engineering Building, a St. Pat's assembly for
the whole school and a formal Engineers' Ball, usually at some
downtown ballroom . . . at this year's ball, Queen Pat Xlll
was crowned after foiling attempts of the arts and science boys
to kidnap her .... Club holds bi-weekly meetings at which
downtown speakers are featured .... This fall the Engineers'
Club instituted two new events: A picnic during the lull in the
first semester, held at Mohawk, and a Masquerade Ball held
at the end of the mid-year finals . . . another social event
followed a week or so later . . . they took along two weiners
to make it official . . . "A good time was had by all." . . .
Anonymous .... This year the club has had more business
and more trouble than in any other year .... "Dr." Henkes
getting letters all the time .... "Frosty" Rees' 'only function'
ernbezzling the already depleted funds.
ln the picture below are shown the following members:
TOP ROW left to right: Warren Davis, Howard Boss, Forrest Rees, lrvinq
Polson, Art Bowsher, Howard Alexander.
THlRD ROW left to right: Bill Henkes, Harry Heller, fohn Chronic, Bill
McBee, lim Wright, Ralph Langenheim,
SECOND ROW -left to right: Bob Hall, Tom Crow, Williani Welch, Ellis Hammett,
Dean Chrislip, Carl F. Rust, sponsor.
BOTTOM ROW left to right: Dan Mathey, William Wurth, Russel Stipp
lohn Hammett, Bill Fraley, Lad Hudry.
Members are students who have had one year of Geology and
are interested in it . . . primarily Geology majors . . . purpose
is to promote the interchange and discussion of ideas and fel-
lowship among student geologists . . . programs presented by
prominent Tulsa geologists and outstanding upper classmen
. . . Wright Mcliachin and loe Borden contribute interesting
talks . . . meetings held every third Wednesday evening at
school . . . reorganized during the first semester . . . new con-
stitution adopted , . . Dr. Murray, the founder, puts pep into the
club . . . said club worried because Advisor Murray is regis-
tered for the draft . . . members greatly perturbed at losing
president lim Cockrell, who joins the army . . . Vice-President
Harry Wassall, who was responsible for the programs, also
leaves because of illness . . . plans for a three or four day field
trip made annually for the club . . .special field problems pre-
sented for group study .... hold several social functions each
year . . . picnic high on a windy hill livened up when a mem-
ber fell into a cistern . . . Neely only girl member . . . club
heading the movement to make her queen . . . successfully
. . . Leo Wright and lohn Chronic keeping meetings a trifle a la
slapstick . . . Bill McBee forever taking pictures . . . Dr. Gustav
Egloff, prominent Geologist, addressing a letter of acceptance
to "Dr." Bill Henkes . . . and "Dr." Bill living to regret it . . . Art
Bowsher, lab instructor, accomplishes the impossible . . . Vir-
ginia Kelsey . . . secretary in the Engineering office . . . who
is reputed to hold the campus record for dates turned down
. . . seems to think that Art is someone sort of special . . . Dr.
Bnlows proves a comfort to club "big-wigs" . . . Bill Wurth still
the club Clark Gable.
ln the picture below are shown the following members:
TOP BOVV left to right: Bill Henkes, Dr. Enlows, Forrest Rees, Bill McBee, Art
BOTTOM ROW- left to right: William Wurth, Leo Wright, lohn Chronic, Bill
Fraley, Dean Chrislip.
President ...... James Cockrell
Vice-President . . . Harry Wassall
Secretary-Treasurer . . . Charlotte
President ...... Kathleen Chase
Vice-President ........... Roy
Secretary ....... Carrie Wilson
Treasurer . John Allred
Campus Y. M. C. A.-Y. W. C. A. group . . . off to a successful
year under a new name and the capable sponsorship of Prof.
Snuggs and Miss Williams . . . helped in making the Freshman
Mixer one of the best ever . . . illustrated talk by Dr. Laudon
giving an account of his trip to Central America . . . sponsored
the publishing of the Student Handbook with Priscilla Harry
as editor . . . party at Parthenia and a picnic at Mohawk in
the fall . . . panel led by Bev. Tetirick on the draft question.
. . . Annual Christmas party . . . this year with Dr. Smith taking
Dr. Howard's place as Santa Claus . . . the Cabinet filling
stockings for l25 underprivileged children who were enter-
tained by the tricks of lack Frost and the singing of carols . . .
college students having as much fun as the children . . . a
group of the members attending a regional conference in Lang-
ston . . . hearing Sherwood Eddy .... Mrs. Taylor Cuerney
gave an insight into the life and customs of women of lraq . . .
attendance of men at that meeting broke all records . . .
Spiritual Emphasis week, with Bev. Winburn Thomas as guest
speaker .... Coeds of the campus held their annual prom on
April the firstfa fitting time, 'cause they really were fooled
. . . activities of the year wound up with a big picnic at
Members shown in the picture below include:
TOP BOW -left to right: Duncan Bowie, Sue Bomford, Nancy Lively, Dorothy
Kennedy, Barbara Tenney, R, Grady Snuggs.
SECOND BONV left to right: Virginia Kaufmann, Doris Bell, Arlita Gilmore,
Margaret Miller, Buth Shore, Priscilla Harry.
BOTTOM BOW left to right: Natalie Essrnan, Alva Lee Wakefield, Betty
Eredenberqer, Kathleen Chase, Eloise Mauthe, Betty Lou Karr.
Alpha Phi Omega
Alpha Phi Omega was founded at Lafayette College in Penn-
sylvania on December l6, 1925 . . . is the only nationally rec-
ognized Greek Letter Service Fraternity . . . purpose is to be of
service to the school and to the community, to develop leader-
ship in its members and to promote friendship . . . now has
over a hundred chapters, found in every state of the Union . . .
Beta Pi chapter founded on the University of Tulsa campus on
lanuary l3, l939 . . . Dr. E. N. Criswell was selected as the
first Senior Faculty Advisor and has very capably filled that
post ever since . . . membership is open to any student who
has formerly been associated with the Boy Scouts of America
. . . several honorary members of the chapter are associated
with the Scouting movement . . . is a close connection be-
tween the chapter and the local Scout office as each cooperate
with the other in their activities . . . weekly meetings are held
and regular monthly luncheon meetings with guest speakers
. . . A.P.O. strives to be of service to the school and commu-
nity in anyway possible . . . serve as student hosts or guides
for various groups visiting on the campus . . . aid with fresh-
man orientation at the beginning of the year and hold a re-
ception for all past scouts . . . from time to time undertake
various projects and activities on the campus and in conjunc-
tion with the scouting officials . . . during the past Christmas
holidays Beta Pi sent two representatives to the Bi-ennial Na-
tional Convention in Indianapolis, lndiana .... lohn Allred
and Bob Price were the delegates.
In the picture below are shown the following members:
TOP ROW---left to right: lohn Chronic, Duncan Bowie, lohn Allred, Dr. Leo
Haak, Clarence Ehlers.
BOTTOM ROW-left to right: Charles McCollum, David Kerr, lack Mitchell,
Al Persons, Monte Borne.
President ...... John H. Allred
Vice-President ..... . . . Charles
Secretary .. . ..... John Chronic
Treasurer . . . .. Bill Austin
President ..... Clarence Ehlers
Vice-President ...,... Charles
Secretary ...... . . . John Allred
Treasurer . . . .... Ellis Hammett
Founded at the University
Established at the University
of Tulsa, 1938
Colors-Crimson and Gold
Big events . . . assisting with the Freshman Mixer . . . partic-
ipating in a big hay ride . . . the Christmas dance . . . delegates
to National Annual Convention at Texas University . . . Welch
and Gow, the inseparables . . . why does lim Wright get so
hot under the collar every time he has to warm the bench in
basketball . . . Hammett's tams and old cars take the cake for
being the most individual . . . Shoemakers, Kaufmann, and
Bridges are absolutely the chummiest boys on the campus . . .
just like quadruplets .... Danny Mathey has the reddest hair of
any man on the campus . . . Gus Van Beek, the minister, and
Yolanda Memole's former boy friend . . . Bill Allen and the duck
walk . . . lack Mitchell and that blank stare . . . the Shoemakers
and those red and gray satin jackets . . . Hutch and his tech-
nique . . . with the girls at any rate . . . Hartley is still Happy
with Mercedes . . . John Allred, the ladies' man . . . Dan Byrne,
the studying-est guy on the grounds . . . M. C. Hopper, the fire-
man's little helper.
ln the picture below are shown the following members:
TOP ROW-left to right: Howard Alexander, Bill Allen, lohn Allred, Bob
Beardon, Monte Berne, Hutch Brewer, Dick Bridges, Duncan Brown, Dan Byrne,
SECOND ROW-left to right: Gerald Daniel, Clarence Ehlers, Tom Gow, Lewis
Hall, Ellis Hammett, Iohn Hammett, Happy Hartley, Harry Heller, Roderick
THIRD ROW-left to right: Bill Hyden, Howard Kaufman, Sam Logan, Charles
McCollum, Dan Mathey, Thorwald Mayfield, George Menkoff, lack Mitchell.
FOURTH ROW--left to right: Robert Patton, Bob Price, Forrest Shoemaker,
Richard Shoemaker, Harry Stansbury, Gus Van Beek, Bill Welch, Iim Wright.
Members not present include: lohn Brown, Wayne Cline, lohn Cowman, M. C.
Hopper, Iohn Ross, Eugene Taylor.
Sigma Alpha lota
Notes . . . to these people . . . have a special meaning on ac-
count of they're musicians . . . honorable musicians in fact
. . . members of this National Women's Professional Music
fraternity of high sounding Greek name . . . hold monthly
business meetings . . . and a monthly musical . . . music stu-
dents, music lovers, and professional musicians make up the
membership . . . campus and non-campus affiliates . . . is one
of the sponsors of the concert given in the spring by musical
organizations together with orchestra, band and A Cappella
. . . said concert was given to raise funds to send to Mac-
Dowell Colony . . . purpose to further musical composition in
America .... with alumnae . . . gave Christmas Vesper at
Trinity Episcopal Church . . . rushees required to perform at
rushee teas . . . Mary Clay Williams and national officers,
guests of honor at formal dinner given at Alvin Hotel during
State meeting . . . organization founded April 23, 1924 and in-
stalled on the University of Tulsa campus in l928 . . . organ-
ization telling faculty what members think of them at the
faculty dinner . . . Potts and Andy's pact of non-aggression
. . . Oakes voted "most efficient" . . . national officers visiting
campus . . . Gerre keeping track of Ioe . . . Worsham honored
by performing on MacDowell musicale . . . Alice Fenn's orig-
inality . . . S. A. I. trio playing teas and giving concert assisted
by Helen Beatty . . . new member, Tosca Berger Kramer . . .
a jam session with all members of this musical organization
participating should really be SOMETHING!
In the picture below are shown the following members:
TOP ROW-left to right: Mary Lou Barnard, Ruth Bays, Betty Ann Boarts, Mary
Bowles, Barbara Bridges.
SECOND ROW- -left to right: Betty Grant, Dorothy lean Impey, Evelyn Oakes,
THIRD ROW-left to right: Helen Smith, lane Snyder, Gertrude Streator.
President .......... Jean Potts
Vine-President .. Helen Bement
Secretary ....... Evelyn Oakes
Treasurer .... .... R uth Bays
President ........ Jean Martin
Vice-President ..... Mary Ellen
Secretary . , .. Betty Jane West
Treasurer ....... Lucile Rowell
l. S. A.
Originally known as "Barbs," the group changed its name to
Hlndependent Women's Association" in l938 . . . this year
affiliated with the lndependent Student Association, along with
the former Independent Men's Association . . . Dr. Ellen Goebel,
the enthusiastic sponsor, aided by Dr. and Mrs. Laudon, co-
sponsorsg and Mrs. Sidney Powers and Mrs. I. W. Diggs,
patronesses . . . inspiration and help from Mary Clay Williams,
Dean of Women .... Activities . . . Mary lean Berkman rep-
resenting l. S. A. as one of the hcstesses at the all-state foot-
ball luncheon, with newspaper publicity 'n everything . . . lean
Martin, president, gueening it over the Creighton game, assisted
by Mary Iean King and Elaine Bahos . . . that high spot being
preluded by hard work on the float and followed by an open
house . . . other events . . . the Freshman Mixer . . . the l. S. A.
tea . . . the fifth annual Christmas dance . . selling candy
at the Sports Carnival . . . bridge . . . Weiner roasts . . . biggest
event-the national l. S. A. convention at Austin, Texas . . .
this being the first year of affiliation with the Association, the
whole group was most enthusiastic, and attending officers came
back with glowing reports . . great hopes for next year. . . .
Chatter . . . attendance at meetings going up since the boys
come to said meetings . . . usual sight-Mary Iean jitterbugging
in her cowboy boots, to the amazement of football boys . . .
Lucile Rowell making the highest grades of the group and then
getting herself in Petty's column for coming "between Lorene
Elliott and Kenny Gibson .... "
ln the picture below are shown the followinq members:
TOP ROW-left to right: Wilma Shaw, Lanorah Higgins, Betty lane West,
BOTTOM ROW left to right: Myra Newby, Mary lean Berkman, Dorothy
Bodenhamer, Mary Ellen Kesselring.
Windbags . . . one of the first pep organizations on the campus
. . . founded in l93O . . . purpose is to promote greater stu-
dent interest, spirit, and activity in University competitions . . .
to form a closer bond of friendship among the students . . . to
enforce stricter observance of the traditions of the University by
freshmen and upper-classmen . . . to furnish amusement for
spectators at football games . . . and to take an active part in
all of the parades .... Membership of the Windbags was orig-
inally apportioned among the fraternities and barbs . . . how-
ever, at the present time, anyone is eligible that has a "C" aver-
age after his freshman year . . . provided that they are voted
in by the unanimous consent of active members present . . .
the Windbags lend a color that has become an integral part of
the college life . . . breaking away from tradition this year,
freshmen were sold white sailor hats with black numerals ....
More spirit was shown this year between the Windbags and
freshmen than has been exhibited for some time past . . . and
a few young men were wandering about the campus in a some-
what bald state . . . an annual Windbag open house was held
immediately after the Thanksgiving football game at Harwell
Gym where refreshments and music were furnished to meet
the demands of the never exhausted football fans . . . this year
the honor of being crowned Queen "Powder Puff" was bestowed
upon Elizabeth Harth.
Members shown in picture below include:
TOP ROW' 'left to right: Dave Cochrane, Van Candler, lohn Allred, Herndon
David, lohn Foster, Bill McBee.
BOTTCM BOW -left to right: Bill Fraley, Iames Engle, Karr Collins, Bill Abbott,
Harry Powers, Evans Dunn.
President ......... Karr Collins
Vice-President. . Clyde King, Jr.
Secretary ......... Evans Dunn
Treasurer .... Roderick Houston
President ....... Loren O. Smith
Vice-President ....... Harriet G.
Secretary . ..... Wilma Dell Rees
Treasurer .. ..... Leta Sowder
National Social Science Honor Society . . . began in a meet-
ing of economics students in April, l924, at Southwestern Col-
lege, Winfield, Kansas . . . founder was Leroy Allen . . . on
December l, l024, seventeen charter chapters were established.
. . . Oklahoma Delta Chapter was established at the Uni-
versity of Tulsa in l929 . . . monthly meetings during the school
year combine business and sociability . . . this year a series
of programs were presented by Velma Meely, lesse L. Mc-
Kean, Dr. Lowell Laudon, Carl Rust, Dr. Eugene Tanner,
and Mrs. I. H. Gardner .... Two initiations are held each year
for juniors and seniors who meet the scholastic requirements
of the organization, which are as follows: Major student in one
of the social sciences with a grade point average of 2.0, or 40
hours in social sciences for majors in other fields but with a
special interest in the social sciences, and a grade point
average of 2.0 . . . elect to honorary membership an out-
standing citizen of the community who has shown an interest
in social relationship . . . honorary members of the University
of Tulsa Chapter are Dr. lames H. Gardner, Dr. C. l. Pontius
and lohn Rogers . . . awards each year a medal to the
most promising social science student . . . purpose is to com-
bine scholarship and social service in the study of all social
problems . . . assists with instruction of social idealism, scien-
tific thought, and scientific thinking on all social questions.
ln the picture below are shown the following members:
TOP ROW---left to right: Orris Carter, Loren Smith, Hazle Steadman, Ruth
Olesen, Paul Burns, Dr. B. D, Barclay.
SECOND ROW left to right: leanne lenkins, Ruth Arnold, Ada Arnold, Hazel
Des Iardines, Helen Alldredge.
BOTTOM ROW left to right: Mary Lawrence, Caroline Meyer, Alva Loo
Wakefield, Mrs, B, D. Barclay, Florence Pines.
University of Tulsa Experimental Theater . . . more familiarly
known as the "workshop" . . . founded at the inauguration of
the l936-37 school year by Ben G. Henneke . . . presented
three plays that year with less than one dozen faithful actors
laboring through each performance . . . is now one of the
largest organizations on the campus . . . nearly one hundred
students help with annual productions .... Workshop stu-
dents earn points for their work in plays . . . a total of ten
points enabling them to wear Experimental Theater jackets,
emblematic of their achievements on the stage. . .fifteen
points make a student eligible for Theta Alpha Phi, national
honorary dramatics fraternity . . . Experimental Theater yearly
entertains its members at a Christmas party, at which time the
workshop is supplied with scissors, pins, pots, pans, and other
important items . . . awards banquet is held annually at a
downtown hotel . . . winners of "oscars" last year were Sylvia
Kraus, Dick Carter, and Glenn Henicle.
ln the picture below are shown the following members:
TOP ROW-left to right: Frank Gaddy, Rex Walker, A. E. Moore, Bill Grimmett,
Bill Singleton, Jimmy Gibbs, Al Persons, Bill lobe, Betty Leahy, Tim Macy,
Dorothy Springer, Kenneth Brady.
THIRD ROWwleft to right: Ben Henneke, Peggy Hauser, Eleanor Marks, Lloyd
Richards, Catherine Reno, Nancy Black, Laura Lou Brubaker, Betty Rains,
Mary Lou Britton, Margaret Pratt, Marcia Whitwell, Ridgely Bond, Vernon
SECOND ROW'-left to right: lune Bilbrey, Roberta Brooke, I. W. Vickers, Phyllis
Cass, D. R. Alley, Ellen Holmes, Betty Penterrnan, Maryernma Gates, Marilyn
Stuart, Frances Hayes, Maxine Vincent, Natalie Busch.
BOTTOM ROW--left to right: lean Whitney, Mary lean King, Sylvia Kraus,
Georgenia Fry, Harry Heath, Rodman lones, Kay Clarkson, Frank Sirnrns,
Bob Patton, Mary Corkill, Dick Whiteside, Elouise Walker.
Student Directors ..... . . . Mary
and Rodman Jones
Faculty Sponsor .......... Ben
President . ...... Rodman Jones
Sponsor . . . .... Ben Henneke
Theta Alpha Phi
National honorary dramatics fraternity . . .has the largest
membership this year since its inauguration as the Oklahoma
Beta chapter of the T. U. campus . . . with a nucleus of eight
members back from last year, twelve drama students who had
earned the required fifteen points in Experimental Theatre work
were initiated to bring the total membership of the chapter to
twenty active members . . . last year the Tulsa chapter at-
tended the national convention held in Bloomington, lll., where
it won first prize for newspaper publicity . . . members of the
local chapter were the cause of much admiring comment be-
cause of their Experimental Theatre jackets, and because of
their infectious vivacity . . . at the convention Director Ben
Henneke was elected national vice-president . . . local chapter
also was successful in petitioning for the convention to be
held in Tulsa in l942 . . . publishes national magazine four
times each school year . . . Tulsa chapter rating good Write-
ups on the preview of "Green Grow the Lilacs." . . . helps
plan the year's program for the Experimental Theatre. . .
selects the winners of awards at the Workshop's annual spring
banquet . . . offers insignia for extra credit earned in work-
shop productions . . . promotes dramatics interest . . . chap-
ter planning to attend the national convention which is being
held in Ithaca, New York, on the campus of Cornell University.
ln the picture below are shown the following members:
TOP ROW--'left to right: Laura Lou Brubaker, Dick Carter, Mary Corkill,
Georgenia Fry, limmte Gibbs, Harry Heath.
BOTTOM ROW-- left to right: Rodman lanes, Sylvia Kraus, Christine Min-
shall, Betty Rains, Frank Simms, lean Whitney.
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FRED WARING'S PENNSYLVANIANS
1697 Broadway, New York City
February ll, 1941
Miss Kathryn Rainbolt
Editor, 1941 Kendallabrum
University of Tulsa
Dear Miss Rainbolt,
I have had a tough time making up my mind
about these very attractive girls. In fact, my mind could
hardly be described as umade upu now -- I simply called a
halt to changing it any more. Every time I studied the
collection of pictures, I switched them around, freshly
impressed by a smile or an expression in a pair of eyes.
But this could obviously not go on forever.
Here, then, is the decision which was reached
at the moment I stopped switching, just like a candid camera
man stopping action.
First No. 25 Norma Rylander
Second " 8 Margaret Pratt
Third H 24 Joan Woodson
Fourth H 7 Betty Rains
Fifth H 22 Jane Swan
Wishing the Kendallabrum Queen a happy
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ALL PHOTOS IN QUEEN SECTION
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collected and sedate at tea.
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the sort of clothes that college girls like to Wear.
They are typical not only of the University oi
Tulsa, but of every college campus from Maine
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Activities are many
Whoops, my deahl . . . Sam Brown . . . the boy with the dainty corsage . . . is all
atwitter at seeing Cathryn Bredendick tagging in . . . while blonde Margaret Qlesen
prepares to leave . . . at the Tri Delta backward dance . . . Chi Omega sign becomes
slightly awry in the excitement oi a football parade . . , Betty Lou Qverton, Boy Stuart,
Bettie Shea, and Bancly House . . . all pals together . . . at the Phi Mu lodge . . .
Nancy Black and boy friend . . . Emily Ann and Tanya prepare to go tor a walk . . .
or tor a gallop, it Tanya has her way , . , Curtman gives Shangrilah the benetit ot
his undivided attention . . . lustus pounds out the lntrafmural handbook . . . Bod lones
. . . besides wearing a cowboy ensemble . . . wins a scholarship to lowa , . . Mary
Nicholson grins about the situation . . . Courtland shows his molars.
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DeWitt Anderson, mustache, and others at the Delta Sig Frontier hall . . . Harriet
Fair qropes for her key . . . Professor Snuqqs counts the candles . . . l. S. A. mem-
bers take a walk . . . Phi Mus who belong to Alpha Rho Tau . . . Sue trys her hand
at training wilcl lite . . . parade . . . parade . . . parade . . . lean Poster puts out
the Wash . . . faculty members pick up a little nourishment . . . Lamprich and Stan-
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Director Ben Henneke cinxiousiy inspects Fronk Simms on the opening night oi "Return
To Exile" . . . observe the sidehurns . . . Keith Green pioys vctiet to Vernon Crouch,
the boy With the nice tcrn . . . Author ctnd Mrs. Robert Whitehond congrotuicite Henneke
on his production . . . First-nighters Don McLeod, Betty Mcxson, ond Frcink Hensley
come eoriy ond dvoid the rush . . . Heroine ieon Whitney coretuiiy supervises
Mcixine Vincent's ortistry cts procticed on Ridgeiy Bond . . . Syivio Krcius, the power
thcit mokes the wheels go round, reioxes cttter the excitement is over . . . stoge honds
G-cites, tones, ond Cidrkson swing out . . . President Pontius ond Governor Phiiiips
check their Wrctps with Fronces Hciyes on opening night . . . Motriiyn Stucirt puts in some
good ticks on Rod tones . . . who is behind the toiioge.
Board composed of four faculty advisors, a Student Council
representative and the editors and business managers of both
publications . . . acts as advisory board for said publications
. . . elects new executives each spring or when vacancy oc-
curs . . . determines all matters of policy and finance . . . meets
at least once a month .... Board starts meeting way in the
summer . . . but doesn't quite attain a quorum . . . Mr. Dun-
can is handed authority to act since the traveling Board mem-
bers can't seem to all get in the same place at once . . . con-
tracts awarded . . . salesmen interviewed .... Chunn remains
chairman of the Board . . . Bainbolt pinch-hits as secretary . . .
dubious honor received on strength of being the only girl . . .
Iournalism secretary, Virginia Crume and Caroline Burch Bon-
net, secretary in Publicity office, usually get roped in on typing
the minutes . . . photography problems and other interesting
items claim the attention of the Board . . . meetings get longer
and longer and longer . . . afternoon meetings continue after
dusk . . . Duncan, "l move we adjourn, lt's time for my dinner."
. . .Board sends Chunn, Mills, Mosse, Heath, Anderson, Parker,
and Caldwell to convention . . . each representative was urged
to attend some of the lectures . . . and an interesting time was
had by all . . . Hitler cuts up and Lieutenant Chunn is given
two days to report for service . . . swish . . . the Board of Pub-
lications head is gone . . . Dr. Pontius names Robert Mullin
as his successor . . . Probert M. Smith comes clear across the
country to teach here and takes his place on the Board . . .
word "deadline" takes on ominous connotation for this group.
SEATED: lack Mills, Kathryn Rainbolt, Robert Mullin, Robert M. Smith, lim
STANDING: Baskett Mosse, W. E. Morris, lr,, C. l. Duncan, DeWitt Anderson,
Chairman ....... Roberf Mullin
Secretary .... Kathryn Rainbolf
Official yearbook of the University of Tulsa . . . Editor and
Manager elected annually by Board of Publications . . . l94l
book aims at depicting college life from September through
lune in pictures . . . Queen section, typical class men, and
other innovations are made.
Putting Out A Yearbook, . . . or The Quickest Method Recog-
nized By Science To Go Stark Raving Mad .... Wade Twins,
Carrie Wilson, and other obliging individuals beg student body
with tears in voice to have class pictures made . . . what to
do for a campus photographer . . . Bob Pattison and loe Strain
come to our rescue . . . furnish campus shots, scenic views,
and feature pictures .... Alumnae Mincks and Shaffer put in
hours helping out .... Editor Bainbolt puts the drawers in the
filing case upside down . . . with disastrous results . . . Staff
proud of a new office and a second-hand desk with a GLASS
top . . . nearness to the musically inclined Collegian staff to
be interpreted as a disadvantage, to put it mildly.
Kathryn Bainbolt ...... Editor
Doris Bell . . . Assistant Editor
Betsy Goff . . . Beauty Editor
Eleanor Frame . . Senior Editor
lohn Allred . . . lunior Editor
Elaine Frame . . Sophomore Editor
Mary Bayson . . Freshman Editor
De Hinckley . Sports Editor
Emilou Dixon ...... Copy Editor
Bex Boss ....... Photography
Staff Members: Sue Bomford, Delta Ann Locke-
witz, Claire Blauner, Ann Harwood, Lee
Holmgren, lohn Cox, lean Pringle.
lack Mills ..... Business Manager Manager
lulia Brant . Assistant Business Manager
Salesmen: Patricia O'Bannon, Bob Scott, Bill
Miller, Bill Epperson.
Kendallabrum office has a charm all its own . . . old yearbooks fascinate the
staff . . . and slow the work down , . . sign on the Wall, "Silence, please, we're
on the air" puzzles visitors . . . Christmas decorations give the office a festive
air in December . . . and most of Ianuary . . . but dumfound passersby . . .
Doris Bell gives a homey touch to the office with the addition of a clock and
a brass door-knocker.
Black looks and frank comments interpret to Katie and Doris the popular public
opinion about taking group pictures on Sunday afternoon . . . every other day
scheduled for picture taking turns out to be pouring rain or snowing or blow-
ing . . . discouraging .... Beauty Editor Goff thrills upon receiving a reply
from Fred Waring addressed to her . . . beauty applicants besiege the office
. . . on the day of the dead line . . . campus feverishly awaits the disclosure
of the Kendallabrum Queen . . . Editor sticks to her story that the results are
not yet in .... The track team repeatedly fails to show up to have their picture
taken .... Rex Boss comes through in a crisis and takes faculty pictures ....
Board Chairman Mullin helps at the oars in a pinch . . . burns midnight oil
thinking up 700 words about the Student Promotion Council .... lohn Cox,
Mary Bredendick, Emily Ann Hamilton, Delta Lockewitz lend a hand at typing,
counting words, etc .... Engraver Burns remains the power behind the ma-
chine . . . Mills sets an all-time high on shoe leather consumed in the line of
duty . . . Dick Coburn and Mary lean Holm plead earnestly to get back a pic-
ture taken in an artistic pose . . book comes out . . Mills, Bainbolt, and Bell
ln the picture below are shown the following members:
TOP ROWfleft to right: Kathryn Bainbolt, Mary Bredendick, Iohn Allred, lack Mills, Doris Bell.
BOTTOM BOW- left to right: Eleanor Frame, Patricia Thompson, Betsy Goff, Elaine Frame.
Campus newspaper issued weekly by students . . . mostly
Mosse and Heath . . . one more short year of college life is
made indelible by the weekly chronicle now left for posterity.
. . . The paper retains the stream lined style and heads flush
Heath is elevated to the position of co-editor . . . O'Brien holds
record for being most faithful .... Editorials are abandoned
. . . again .... De Hinckley double duties as sports editor
for both publications .... Student Custodian Bay Ousterhout
pronounces them the messiest bunch of people in the country.
. . . Greatest attraction in the Collegian office proves to be a
free phone .... Collegian finally bursts out of its walls and
expands into the lournalism Lab .... Caldwell keeps the up-
per drawer of the filing cabinet locked since it contains his most
precious possession .... Fewer surveys . . . fewer pictures
. . . fewer Victory dances . . . more vocalizing . . . more
waste paper . . . more ads.
Anderson gets a calendar that generally lowers office efficiency
and provokes the jealousy of his buddies . . . Mosse and
Heath hoping and praying that they can get elected a new
editor who will take over the last three issues so they can get
BASKETT MOSSE and HARRY HEATH
Baskett Mosse ...... Co-editor
Harry Heath . . Co-editor
Alice O'Brien . . News Editor
De Hinckley . ....... Sports Editor
Hutch Brewer ..... Sports Editor
Staff: Betsy Goff, Barbara loyner, Mary Ann
Sanders, Doris Bell, Miriam Endres.
DeWitt Anderson . . Business Manager
Bill Parker . . Assistant Business Manager
Keith Caldwell . Assistant Business Manager
Staff: Margaret Clesen, Harold Pardee, Patricia l
O'Bannon, Dot Lee, Dorothy Srnittle, Betty Dawn, ANDERSON
Walters, Charles Briley. Manage'
a little studying done for finals . . . Hutch Brewer lends a helping hand with
the intra-mural sports copy . . . Tri Delta Dot Lee and Phi Mu Dorothy Smittle
go business-like and write shopper-ads for the business staff.
The whole staff conventions at Detroit . . . take in Canada and all points
along the way . . . or good time was had by all . . . Caldwell attains nicknames
Graybeard, Greyhead and loy-boy . . . with due provocation .... Olesen,
and Snelson, find the office an irresistible fascination . . . making it a very,
very interesting place . . . especially for the spectators .... An innovation
. . . the boys do their shaving in the office . . . thanks to electricity . . . mod-
ern inventions are a wonderful thing . . . office looks like a second hand cloth-
ing store . . . a black derby and an old tux hang behind the door all year . . .
Heath's gym clothes give the office an informal atmosphere .... Caldwell has
a felt hat to protect his curly locks in rainy weather .... Betty Petty is alter-
nately mild and torrid . . . one young freshman from lonesboro, Arkansas
being very unhappy the day she wrote all the gossip column except one ex-
ceedingly livid comment about herself .... The press is forced to stop and re-
lax while ye Editors zip to Local Flora or make cardboard cameras . . . critics
pronounce the paper among the best .... Editors Mosse and Heath graduate
and depart in a blaze of glory.
ln the picture below are shown the following members:
TOP BOW-V-left to right: DeWitt Anderson, Margaret Olesen, Barbara loyner, Harold Pardee, De
Hinckley, Charles Briley.
SECOND BOW--left to right: Harry Heath, Mary Ann Sanders, Miriam Endres, Betty Walters,
Doris Elaine Bell, Bill Parker.
BOTTOM BOW-left to right: Hutch Brewer, Alice O'Brien, Betsy Goff, Dot Lee, Dorothy Smittle,
Sorority presidents at the annual Pan-Hellenic dance . . .
Elizabeth Harwood, Chi Omega, and John Curfman . . . Jane
Swan, Delta Delta Delta, and Harry Lamprich . , . Ruth Oleson,
Phi Mu, and John Kelley . . . Jeanne Jenkins, Kappa Delta, and
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attendants tune Manchester and Bettie Shea
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band at tootball aarnes . . . The teani loolcs on
trorn the sidelines . . . Preshnian tootball queen
Elizabeth Ann Tones with attendants Cainblin
and Frazier . . . Number 22 about to iurnp tor it
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niett Crowns his best girl at an unusual stance
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Director ot Athletics and Newly elected Athletic Director
Head Football Coach dur- and Football Coach who
ing the l94O season. began work this spring.
Pictured below, left to right, are lack Sterrett, tootball scout and head basket-
ball coachy Harold Wickersham, backtield coachg Botchey Koclc, line coach
and first assistantg Chet Berietiel, head coach.
OWING down a helpless Washburn squad-37 to 6-the Golden
l-lurricane qave its followers hints of what was to come in the l94U
schedule. Coach Chet Benefiel used four complete squads almost equ-
ally in the slauqhter of the lchabods and all four performed Well. Follow-
ers of the l-lurricane received quite a set-back upon readinq of the lil-6
defeat at the hands of the super Texas A. and M. team, but most experts
claimed a moral victory for the Hurricane on several counts. Four of the
Aqqie scores came on lucky breaks, Tulsa scored once and threatened
several times and Glenn Dobbs, sophomore back, stopped the Aqqies'
qreat lohn Kimbrouqh cold time after time. The Aqqies used the same
lineup which Went undefeated in l939 aqainst the nation's stronqest
Left to right: Roy Stuart, Ken-
neth Gibson, Nolan Carqile,
Ufilverslity of Tulsa
Most spectacular runner of the season proved to be little N. A. Keith-
ley, Who time after time broke loose for sizeable gains after seeming to
be hopelessly trapped.
Glenn Dobbs, six foot three inch back, boomed long punts out con-
sistently enough to be ranked among the first five lciclqers in the nation.
Tulsa's huge line Was studded with stars three deep. Bill Grimmett,
lanky end, playing his last season for the Hurricane, was chosen on sev-
eral all-star aggregations for his brilliant defensive and offensive play.
L. D. Moore, smashing fullback, averaged over three yards gained
in his line plunging.
Led by lohnny Knolla, the leading ground gainer in the mid-west
for the 1939 season, the powerful Creighton Bluejays invaded Slcelly
Left to right: Raymond Mucho-
Wich, C. l-l. Greene, Glenn
Dobbs, Gene Allison, Calvin
stadium only to be blown over by 32 to O score. Knolla's line plungers
were completely muffled by the giant Tulsa linesmen and three sets of
Tulsa backs clicked. The lays threatened but once, early in the game,
but the Tulsa line stood firm, deep in their own territory, to stop the drive.
Continuing its march toward another Missouri Valley crown the
Hurricane scored late against a surprisingly stubborn St. Louis Univer-
sity to win l9-6. After a slow start the team appeared to realize its
precarious position and promptly marched across with the decisive touch-
downs to defeat the Billikens.
Winning by a much more decisive margin than the score would in-
dicate, the Gold and Black avenged previous trouncings at the hands
of Texas Christian University as they downed the Horned Frogs by a
Left to right: Ioe Gibson, Rich-
ard Morgan, N. A. Keithley,
Iodie Bob George, Dewey Erick-
Washburn-Texas A EQ M.-Creighton
7-O score. Little Davey O'Brien was missing, but diminutive Dean Bag-
ley gave Tulsa fans several scares in the last period with his deadly
Then stepping into northern competition the Hurricane stopped a
previously undefeated Detroit team by another 7-O count. The Titans'
strong line Was completely outplayed by Tulsa and the punting of Glenn
Dobbs was outstanding as the tall back kicked out of bounds inside the
Detroit five-yard line three times in the last quarter.
The punting duel expected between Pete Sachon of Catholic Uni-
versity and Dobbs failed to materialize satisfactorily because of a wet
field. Prior to this game both kickers were among the nation's leaders.
ln a see-saw battle Tulsa came out on top to the tune of a 12-5 score.
Left to right: lirnmy Vickers,
lohnny Swais, L. D. Moore, Lee
St. Louis-T. C, U.-Detroit-Catholic
lnvading Waco, accompanied by the band, the Hurricane blew up
in the face of a savage Baylor Bear attack led by 220 pound lack Wil-
son and lost 20-6 despite a last quarter rally. Tough breaks beat back
three Tulsa drives in the final quarter as the cellar-dwelling Southwest
Conference team scored its upset.
Again on a muddy field Coach Benefiel's boys kept the home fans
happy as they trounced the traditional Qklahoma A. and M. foe l9-6.
The Aggies struck first, passing the still dry ball three straight plays
for a touchdown following the opening kickoff. However, after the first
surprise, Tulsa dominated the play completely as they powered their
way to victory. Tulsa's line play was the feature of the battle as the
Hurricane brawn stopped the vaunted Aggie.
Left to right: Browne Amburn,
Wayne Holt, Glenn Henicle,
lt started out to be the same old story of a walkaway Arkansas
victory by an overwhelming margin as the Razorbacks stacked up a
28-7 lead in the first three periods.
Then the Hurricane began to blow, and Tulsa fans were shown one
of the most thrilling climax drives ever staged on Skelly field.
Within ten minutes the l-lurricane scored twice and threatened
twice more. Two times within the final minutes with the Gold and Black
trailing by a lone touchdown, bad breaks stopped their pushes within
the Porkers' 20-yard line and as the game ended the l-logs were des-
perately stalling the ball.
Final score 28-21, Arkansas.
Left to right: Bill Grimmett, lim
Worthington, Malcolm Strow,
Don Gray, Roy Buffalo.
fVlZ55ourz' Valley Conference
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TULSA - 37 Washburn - 6
TULSA 6 Texas A. and M. 41
TULSA - 32 Creighton - 0
TULSA - 19 St. Louis - 6
TULSA 7 T. C. U. O
TULSA 7 Detroit 0
TULSA 12 Catholic 6
TULSA 6 Baylor - - 20
TULSA 19 Okla. A. and M. 6
TULSA 21 Arkansas - 28
Tulsa's record for the l94O-ill season was high enough that the Hur-
ricane had been seriously considered for the Sun Bowl game at El Paso,
Texas on New Year's day until the unfortunate Arkansas game.
Lee Gentry, Senior quarterback, was chosen to play most of the
New Year's battle between the East and West All-Stars in California.
Members of the Varsity squad include:
TOP BOW-left to right: Maurice Hail, Don Gray, C. H. Greene, lim Worthington, Bill Grimrnett, honorary
captain, Charles White, Bill Abbott, Wayne Holt, Glenn Henicle, Coach Chet Benefiel.
FOURTH BOW 'left to right: Browne Amburn, lohn Wickham, Elston Campbell, Dick Morgan, Iohn Herriman,
Kenneth Gibson, Cal Purdin, Dean Irons, Assistant Coach Botchey Koch.
THIBD BOW- 'left to right: lirn Vickers, loe Gibson, Gene Allison, Bay Muchowich, Wayne Bose, Bill Singleton,
Bob McCraw, Glenn Dobbs, L. D. Moore.
SECOND BOW left to right: Boy Stuart, Dewey Erickson, Don Robards, Nolan Cargile, lack Donalson, Mal-
colm Strow, Clayton Meeks, Backfield coach Harold Wickersharn, Scout lack Sterrett.
FRONT BOW' left to right: Lee Gentry, lohnny Swais, Boy Buffalo, A. E. Moore, lodie Bob George, Marshall
Dennis, Charles Spilman, N. A. Keithley.
Approximately forty freshmen answered Coach Tex Ryon's first call for
Golden Gale football material . . . and it looked like the out-sized yearling
mentor had a winner . . . when the freshmen rolled up a 29 to 7 victory over
strong Miami Iunior College . . . epidemic of injuries swept squad in next
few days . . . and paved way for Arkansas yearlings to slap down home team
21 to 6 in game played at Fort Smith . . . recovery good, and Golden Gales
taped their ankles and upset favored Oklahoma Aggies freshmen 18 to 7 . . .
while fans at Skelly field divided attention between game . . . and radio ac-
count of Varsity's Detroit victory . . . final fracas saw Gales fight desperately
for tie with Wichita . . . biggest and roughest opponents of season . . .
which bodes no good for varsity when Hurricane visits Kansas next fall . . .
with few exceptions, no standouts are expected to bounce from freshman
squad . . . to prominence among varsity veterans . . . and ineligibility . . .
boogy-man of all athletic squads . . . will take its toll of talent . . . when
final exams put finger on those who classed "book-learning" among extra-
curricular activities . . . following tradition . . . freshmen athletes shaved
their heads . . . and looked like escaped lifers . . . for months . . . which
was horrible ordeal . . . for coeds . . . indignation and hurt feelings painted
on face of every frosh gridder when Golden Gale Oueen, elected by squad,
was left behind scoreboard during intermission of Aggie game . . . because
public address announcer heeded plea from crowd for latest news of varsity
tangle with Detroit . . . instead of announcing her Highness and ceremony
with band . . . as arranged previously . . . compromise reached by allow-
ing freshman queen to share spotlight with varsity queen at Arkansas game,
and everyone happy . . . including freshman gridder selected to plant con-
ln the picture below are shown the following members:
TOP ROW-- left to right: lack Steck, Lloyd Mclieehan, Russell Rector, lay Francis, Luther O'Dell,
lack Iudd, loe Whitlonis.
FOURTH ROW-left to right: Fred Royal, Bill Fitzgerald, Saxton ludd, Vernon Ne-Wall, lack
Rice, Orion Fursley, Othel Dotson, Coach Tex Ryon.
THIRD ROW -left to right: lim Williams, A. W. lsbell, lay Tinnoy, Willard Hammer, Fred
Burke, lohn Evans, Clyde Shrum.
SECOND ROW-left to right: Maurice Kerbel, Gene Zubor, Don Eoqgess, lack Sanders, I. T.
Vinson, Charlie Aycock.
FIRST ROW left to right: Kenneth Brady, Gene Hendricks, Charlos Gray, Winford Burcham,
Toe Livesay, Del Taylor, Bob Thomas.
Twenty-one times did Hurricane basketball squad go to battle during 1940-1941 season
. . . and thirteen times delivered nicely-packaged victories at feet of enthusiastic fans.
Not since the University of Tulsa entered Missouri Valley conference in 1935 has home
team reached this season's record of undisputed third place . . . after threatening for
weeks to displace Creighton and Oklahoma A.6f1V1 .... champions and runners-up
respectively . . . especially when Hurricane draped decisive defeat over each. . . .
Starting practice only 1U days before opening game . . . Coach Sterrett found eight
talented veterans ready to go . . . but before first Valley fracas . . . only four re-
mained . . . and Coach Sterrett reached into sophomore "grab-bag" . . . and pulled
out two prizes . . . Frank Westmoreland and Glenn Dobbs . . . who topped a11 scorers
on squad .... Loss of lack Donalson to air corps . . . injuries to Howard Crow and
Harry Lamprich . . . a11 senior regulars . . . probably deprived Hurricane of chance to
garner conference title.
Harold Crow ,,,,,, to 7 senior forward
Glenn Dobbs ,c t, sophomore forward
Cal Purdin l,,,,, 7 sophomore guard
Iohn Herrimani, sophomore guard
Kenneth Gibson N iunior center
lack Brown W , ,nisenior guard
Kansas Teachers St. LouisfCreighton-7 - Okla. A. CS M.f---Wasbburnf -Drake f-'Washington
Highlights of the season were victories over Baylor . . . Oklahoma Aggies, defending r
champions . . . Creighton, new titalists and third team in '41 National lnter-collegiate
tourney . . . and getting into personalities . . . smooth performance of Ken Gibson, es!
pecially against Aggies . . .persistence of Ehlers, Brown and Marks in "clogging"
opponents . . . unorthodox but effective shots of Westmoreland.. .Glenn Dobbs' under-
basket work . . . late season comeback of Lamprich . . . which netted him all-Valley
honorable mention . . . Ehler's election to all-Valley second team . . . naming of Brown
and Lamprich to honorary co-captaincy . . . and election of Gibson and Marks to lead
Hurricane in l94l-42 .... ln Missouri Valley "double round robin" competition Hurri-
cane cagers shut out St. Louis and Washburn . . . split with Oklahoma Aggies, Washf
ington and Creighton . . . lost both to Drake.. . . the home game by one point in
second overtime .... Showing great improvement in late season was Coach Tex Byon's
Golden Gale basketballers . . . with a half-dozen promising prospects for future varsity
posts. Climaxed mediocre season by spectacular win over Oklahoma Aggie yearlings.
Roy Buffalo ,,.. senior guard
Charles Spilman.. sophomore guard
Harry Lamprichi .i.. senior forward
Clarence Ehlers... senior guard
Frank Westmoreland sophomore fr'd
Paul Marks iunior center
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Led by M. C. Hopper and Bob Patterson, the Golden Hurricane's l94U net
squad annexed both the singles and doubles titles of the Missouri Valley con-
ference . . . however, the method of scoring did not give the Gold and Black
the team title .... Patterson defeated George Counts of Oklahoma A. and M.,
widely recognized star to take the singles after Counts had stopped Hopper,
who won the singles the year before, in the semi-finals. Then Patterson teamed
with Hopper to take the doubles . . . the Tulsans played Arkansas University,
Oklahoma University and Oklahoma A. and M. twice and Wichita University
once . . . the l94l season began in a highly successful manner with a 6-U
victory over Wichita, a 5-2 victory over Michigan State and a 3-3 tie with
Baylor . . . at the time this book goes to press home and home games are yet
to be played with University of Arkansas, University of Oklahoma, and Okla-
homa A. and M. College . . . the Michigan State Spartans held only a pair
of singles victories against the Tulsa Golden Hurricanes .... Hopper, Patter-
son, and Gannaway won singles victories for the Tulsans while the doubles
teams of Hopper and Patterson and Burger and Gannaway each picked up
victories in two sets . . . interest in the Baylor match centered primarily
around "Lefty" Brown, one of the southwest's ranking players, who got a
great play from the grandstand . . . Brown, who has had a screen test, at-
tracted interest by his extreme good looks as well as by the exceptionally
good brand of tennis he played .... Brown pulled out of a bad slump in the
third set to take the match 6-4, 7-9, 8-6 .... Burns and Patterson picked up easy
singles victories in two sets each .... Gannaway lost his singles match to
Harris .... Patterson and Hopper picked up an effortless doubles victory 4-6,
6-2, 6-2 .... Gannaway and Burger were defeated in their doubles match to
tie the meet .... Golden Hurricane shut out the Wichita quartet by sweeping
l2 consecutive singles and doubles sets .... Patterson and Hopper had little
trouble in winning both their singles and doubles matches over the top Wich-
ita men, while Burger and Gannaway also won in two sets with but little
ln the picture below are shown the following members:
Duane Burger, Paul Burns, Bob Patterson, M. C. Hopper, Bob Hays, Mascot Bob Overton.
On The Fczlrwciy
Participating in seven dual matches . . . the Golden Hurricane golf team played
home and home engagements with the University of Arkansas, the University
of Oklahoma and Oklahoma A. and M .... one meet was scheduled with
Wichita . . . Palmer Kise, team captain, was the match play champion in the
tournament held at St. Louis . . . lack Shields, noteworthy member, was not
eligible to participate in the Valley meet because he was a freshman . . .
other members of the Golden Hurricane included Evans Dunn, Clyde King,
and Ptoy Pike . . . Kise, Dunn, and King both returned to the l94l squad . . .
while Pike graduated . . . Bert Griffin, Mervil Tubbs, and Rex Walker were
added to the new squad . . . Team was directed by I. B. Miller . . . coach
of minor sports . . . with help from Kise . . . who served as the student coach
. . . it was one of the best golf groups the Hurricane has ever been able to
muster for collegiate competition . . . l94l season again scheduled home and
home games with the University of Arkansas, the University of Oklahoma,
and Oklahoma A. and M .... with a single match with Wichita . . . Golden
Hurricane squad participated in the Southwestern exposition golf meet at Fort
Worth in the early part of the l94l season . . . King, Kise, Tubbs, and Walker
. . . playing for the Tulsa crew . . . placed fifth . . . Texas Christian University
walked off with the honors with a low score of 323 points . . . the team opened
its dual season with a match with Wichita University . . . played at Oakhurst
country club . . . Palmer Kise was low in medal play with a 78 . . . Tubbs
and Walker tied, Kise won, and King lost individual matches . . . and Kise
and Tubbs won and King and Walker lost foursomes . . . so the end of the
game found the teams at a 9-9 tie . . . but with the Hurricane squad cherishing
high hopes for a big season while the Kendallabrum is on the press.
Pictured below, left to right, are Palmer Kise, Evans Dunn, Bert Griffin, Mervil Tubbs, and Clyde
President . ...... . Dick Coburn
Vice-President . . . Mervil Tubbs
Secreiary ........ Bob Stanley
Publicity ....... Hutch Brewer
Sponsors and regulates all intramural sports contests . . . touch football is
highly successful as the fall sport . . . basketball attracts wide student interest
during the winter-even if the games are at lunch-time . . . basketball gives
way to softball in the spring, as coeds brave the windy practice fields to
watch their heroes play . . . concrete encouragement from the athletic depart-
ment in the way of new equipment . . . Council is made up of representatives
from Delta Sigma Xi, Engineers' Club, lndependent Men's Association, Kappa
Alpha, Kappa Kappa Psi, Lambda Chi Alpha, and Pi Kappa Alpha . . . the
Engineers' Club place being created this year . . . encourages interest and
student participation in all forms of athletics . . . in addition to the three major
sports, this includes golf, tennis, track, swimming . . . all the other representa-
tives ganging up on Kappa Kappa Psi's Gilbert Briggs, and only because his
team last year was victorious in both basketball and touch football . . .
Lambda Chi's Dick Coburn trying unsuccessfully to institute a tiddly-winks
tournament, remarking in an injured tone of voice, "but they play it over at
the house all the time" . . . Pi Kappa Alpha's Roland Stanfield arguing for a
poker contest likewise . . . Paul Burns of Delta Sigma Xi proudly displaying
his southern sun-tan . . . L. C. l-ludry, the Engineer, with nothing to say . . .
Clarence Ehlers making I. M. A. proud of him for his fine record on the Golden
Hurricane basketball squad . . . I. B. Miller trying to calm things down when
arguments in meeting reached a climax . . . plans for next year include en-
couragement of interest in tennis . . . year's biggest project . . . the Intramural
Sports Handbook . . . including both men's and women's sports, is printed
guide for intra-mural sports, information about the athletic department, and
appropriate pictures . . . edited by Kappa Alpha lohn lustus, it was spon-
sored by the fraternities and sororities.
ln the picture below are shown the following members:
TOP ROW-left to right: Lad I-ludry, Paul Burns, Clarence Ehlers.
BOTTOM ROW left to right: Dick Coburn, l. B. Miller, Gilbert Briggs.
Sports fans at a touch football game . . . some watch the game, while others, like Crume, watch
the crowd . . . students going without lunch in order to see a basketball game . . . Umpire Endres
confers with scorer Lively . . . C. H. Greene gets his picture taken in action . . . Delta Lockewitz
and Betsy Goff swing a mean golf club . . . Mary Ann Sanders and Lee Holmgren shoot a brisk
disc at shuffleboard . . . Pearson and Kaufmann arch . . . the girls' intra-mural athletic council
poses leaving meeting.
lntra-mural athletics reached a new high during the l94O-4l
season under the capable direction of l. B. Miller and Florence
Blackmore .... interest on the campus in intra-mural activities
. . . is always very high . . . seriously rivaling inter-collegiate
sports in popularity . . . and any and all students . . . not just
the stars . . . participate in the varied intra-mural program . . .
during the fall season . . . the boys' teams formed for touch
football . . . out behind the Gym . . .and many a student missed
his lunch . . . to see the boys eat the dust . . . the Pi K As set
a fine record for the season . . . since they went through said
season without a single defeat . . . and only one tie . . . the
lndependent Number One team being the group that kept the
little success story from being unanimous . . . and which team
. . . incidentally . . . was the runner-up . . . Kappa Kappa Psi
after a brilliant season last year . . . finished down the ranks
. . . because of the graduation of prominent members of the
team . . . once again this year an all-star team was named . . .
but unlike other years . . . the all-stars took the nod over the
champions . . . with a score of l2-O . . . which is a rather de-
cided margin in anyones game.
George Menkoif and Lewis Hall pose in a "grunt and groan" position . . . the crowd begins to
gather for a basketball game.
Members of the freshman basketball squad pictured above are:
TCP ROW left to right: Winford Burcham, lack Milburn, Saxon ludd, Othal Dotson, Max Van
l-loose, Coach Tex Ryon.
BOTTOM ROW--left to right: Don Phillips, Bob Thomas, Clyde Shrurn, Charles McGinley, Fred
Royal, Lloyd Mclieehan.
A new feature over in the women's side ot the gym . . . was the
organization ot the Women's lntra-mural Athletic Council . . .
which was installed to regulate sports . . . and is composed ot
representatives from each sorority and the lndependentWomen's
Association . . . the toughest assignment last winter proved to
be the selecting and training ot enough girls to oiticiate at basket-
ball games . . . Miss Blackmore deciding . . . after several
years ot racing about the courts . . . to take no more than a
spectators interest in the proceedings . . . each season is
marked by its own special tournament . . . in the tall the girls
pour out to the volleyball courts and keep their wrists black and
blue . . . whamming big volley balls back and forth across the
net . . . Chi Cmega defeated all contenders to win the volley-
ball pitcher . . . a surprise award . . . greatest interest ot the
year comes with the basketball tournament . . . over on the
boys' side there was exhibited a close tight for the trophy . . .
which ended when the Independent number three quintet was
crowned the champ team . . , atter crowding their number two
team 22-2l in a thriller . . . which saw the lead change hands
about tive times during the game.
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Members of the Varsity basketball squad pictured below are:
TOP ROW-left to right: Clarence Ehlers, Paul Marks, Kenneth Gibson, Frank Westmoreland,
Clayton Meeks, lack Brown.
BOTTOM ROW-left to right: Harry Lamprich, Howard Crow, Calvin Purdin, Roy Buffalo, Glenn
Dobbs, Charles Spilrnan, Iohn l-lerriman.
Wade Twins, lane and Marqarett, and Reichard twins, Martha and Mary re-hash the game just
played on the new tennis courts.
Girls' intra-murals furnished a most exciting basketball tourna-
ment . . . with Chi Omega, Delta Delta Delta and Kappa Delta
tying . . . and dying . . . for first place . . . after a lengthy
schedule . . . the so called "Powder Puff" league . . . was
forced to schedule play-off games . . . more than evenly matched
. . . the three teams gave their all before enthusiastic galleries
. . . the Chi Omega quintet lost to Tri Delta by one point as the
result of innumerable free-throws . . . and tied Kappa Delta's
team . . . leaving the Kappa Delta and Tri Delta teams to fight
it out between them . . . in a point for point battle the contest
ended . . . with the Kappa Deltas carrying off their first tourna-
ment win . . . and receiving the basketball cup . . . for their
trouble . . . tennis and archery have their place in both the fall
and spring . . . although tournaments are scheduled only for
the spring season . . baseball is another sport that is widely
enjoyed . . . in both the men and women's sport programs . . .
although no games have been played at the time this game
book goes to press . . . members of the Powder Puff league are
eagerly forming teams to beat the Delta Ditoes record of the
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