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On t h c marc h Drill -w<·ary

it's a ll in fun " Basics"

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i\l(•ss ma n agem e n t ins t r u c t o r di agr a m s a choice c ut. \d ,a n ccd s tudent s line

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fo r a s umme r ca mp drill.

pring drill ... t h e sun is hot .. . the rolo u el's bark echoes backfrom tiers of JW cL ea.nfield seats . .. y our wool shirt itch es, but you can' t scratch . . . yotL' re at attention.

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PARADE REST

REGULAR

l'rofessor Jlfiliwry Science lutd Todi cs, Instructor of ophornore Cla .~s

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A ssis Uutt

l'roft•s.~or

Jl1ilitary !jt"i('tt(•e

nttd Ta ctie.~, I nstru cto r )ttttiut· Closs

T he shoulders o n which Ida ho's HOTC proble ms res t a re those of LIIW T. CoL. C. \V. } O'\'ES, head of the military d<'parl me nt. P ort Iy Colo ne l J o nes is an a rmy man who " rose from the ranks" to his present position as commander of the ca det force a t J daho. li e instituted cheeri ng o n cold Thurs days durin g the fall , and is inter ested in seeing that a movie record is kept of Idah o's ROTC corps. The deep sou1hern drawl of Lr E T. CoL. E ow r U. 0. WATEnS was transferre d fr·om sophomores to juniors this year \\hen the thorough-going offi cer assumed com m and of the junior advanced classes. \ veteran of the Philippine ca mpaign of fo rty ) ears ago and overseas with the A E F in the firs I World War, Colonel \Vaters is a ble 10 e nliven any discussio n o n baul cs and m ancuver·s.

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Captain Jrlilfrell S. Swn lcy Ass ista111 Professor Jllilitory ' cience ond Tactics, I nstructor 'e nior C loss

Straight-backed Captai n '\ JLFH EO B. ST\r\L J~Y is a d viser, <·onfidan t , and in s tru c tor to se ni ors in advanced military. Captain l a nlcy, appoi nted last fall , is of the new school of offi cers ri sing in the arm y, a nd received his traini ng at Fo r t Benn in g, Georgia.

SER VICE B ehind t he m ilita ry departmen t heads a r e the sta ff otricers who supply muc h of the ener gy, do the routine tas ks, teach b asic classes, and take care of all gener a l work th a t characteri zes th e fun c tioning of the department. T o these m en fa lls the yea r -lo ng task of s uper v•s111g d ri ll , m aking clear t he differ ence between lt> ft face, righ t face, a nd o rde r a rms; t a rget shooting wit h t he leas t da nger of blowing o ff a s tray hea d; and issuing uniforms neares t to the r ight size.

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First L t. Artllur J . Da vidson A ssistant l'rofcs.~or Jl1ilitary S (·ie 11ce a nd Taf'Lics, l n s truf· t or of Frcshm(lll C lass

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Assis tn n t Professor Milito ry S f•i(•n co und Tac tics, l n s t r uf•tor of Fre.d t nHtll Clnss, Ins tru c t or M ess Jl1a n age m.e nt , Pe rs hing Rifles All t>iser

e lso n Assis tnnt l'rof essor M ili wry ciNtCl' nnd Ta c tics, I n s tru c tor Freslt nu tn Cluss, R ifle T ecun Coa c h

S w.ff Sg t. Alex nnrle r Jltf. Sc hmnll, D opnrt m e nt C le rk . Sgt. J . D . /l'( o rg an , Assi:~ tan t Military P rope r ty Cus todiMt. S taff Sg t . n obnt t. M eodo r, ln s trnctor of Fre.~ hman Cl(l .~.~. As.~ i .~ tmll R ifle T e cun Conch. S tn.ff Sg t. A.C. J ohnso n , l n s tr n c tor S or)hom.ore Cluss. Sg t . Evere tt F. Gre(ltho n se, l n stnu·t o r Fre.~ huw.n C luss, JPo rn e n ' s R ifle T ea tn Co(l.c h .

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FR OM the time they firs t check out " monkey s uits" as f reshmen until their final spring inspcc l ion as sopho mores, over 600 " basics" enrolled in JcJaho's H. O.T.C. unit a nswer "Yes, Sir" during roll ca ll.

For I he 113 advanced course students, s tudc nl s whose goal is a commission, t here are t actical proble ms, mess m a nagement courses, and summer ca mp applica Lio ns of " book larnin" to b e m astercel. ~ ith present-day advanced s tude nts assured of a "positio n" in the world after gradu al ion, these ca ndid pages of Idaho's milira r y li fe a rc ma inly devoted to the m.

Camp ftfurrrry's Co. A, Infantry, ge ts p ractical experience in troop transport <â&#x20AC;˘nd co n voy en route to l'aradise Valley. IJoy<l B rown finds refres hrnent in It is can tCPII after n h ot session on the rnnc hine g u.n r<111 ge . Adcanced s tude nts u:atc h a 37-rn.m.. d e m.onst raLion. ;f fi g ht tank ge t s the student s' once-ocer. hlaho s tude nts ge t pointers on the nu~ehine gun range. Ed B e noit ancl Armour Anderson .fin<l a tanh's fro nt <1 con ce nient place t o pose. " B asics" do " parade r est " on Main street, on Armistice Day. Dttll is the life of stt<d ent s taking turns in the rifle pit. More of Co. A, Infunt ry, on the u my to l'aradise Valley.

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CADET

enior Officers \rmour \nd er~n U enr ) \rd Edwaf'd Benoit T ed Be•o ld Hobert Uonomi La\\ r~nN" Uratlhury

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llr o ~n

Carl Carl80n llawle>' Corl~on Gonion Collinl!worth La wrence Duffin J\1iltor1 Eberhul"tl Jnmes E118worth IA uis ~ng"trom Allan foster

J o hn ll a ll ll orold ll on•on \\'illiam lla )t Ceeil llill Pe t ~ ll eeomo' ieh WM)

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llu•l l'lon

Fruna.. }(,.,.,. Jnhn Kerl'ey Uohert K lie" er Kennet h K o rmehl

lluwttrd t.u n~e:lnnd Norruttu Lu rkin l.e•d ie M cCn rthy Vernon M n u ghu

J u n ior Officers !\ el eoon P'a rk Wa) ne f-'f'terson \l eh in RiRdon l{obert Robbi n• Cody Robertson Vf"rn Rudolph R obert Sea le J ack Smedle>,. M erle So n g~Jtad Ouhl Su tt on V.-rnon Su u oo Rnm ey Syron

C hnrles Tho mpson

S t1u1ley M ill•

Rohc.:rt Wile).,. Don Wi11ia rn &

ltudy Frnnklin

Quentin Munloc k

Louie Gori n o

Orol Nearing

On ve Wilson William \\' right

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Onnahl IJa~t~~CII

Allen lhuiK"her Ceor•e Uc.ito

n.- me.. ett

Ed Botlill I:Jrown U. J . Campana T . Carpenter J. Chum berlin Gordon Colleu C harlel" Crowe J . Dnhru c n Gordo n O uiley Frtwci~ .Oillon M • .Ehler• G~r.M

Stanle> E ...~erlic J o hn 1,. Fry \l artin L. i"r) Fred G. Fult on J a) Garner n. T . Creen e

n o,er c: uern~ey Ouane ll an&en ll oy

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ll oobin~

J ohA mu~,.~~c n

Jnhn ~~t t on

Wnh e,. Klug ll . Koppe" Lconord C. Labine II nrr y L.-wi e8 Jarn cl'l Lewi8

G. La n~ ley C. Leonard Fred Luken~ ll enry \l eQuade

Dale R e) uoltls C. Rieman R e n ll.iordan

M. M cVey

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Pe81"1 A. '1 tmro-e

Williom E. \l o nroe II. M o•ma n Jo"'loyd C. Nixon T. O'R ouark

Ceor3e 0i'1und W. Putters.t\n T h eodore P e n ce

G. Pennell

N. l ,e t erman l'oller

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R . Bohin ~n H.

Saul'l~ l ~ n

By ron L. S 1ratt o n Ceorge S toddor.l C. Sweet wood J-1. \Va.shl.mrn W. Wc in he r g W. Willie Robert S. 'W illia m8 Harry Wil ~ un 0 . Wis httrt

OFFICERS HEC I MENTAL OFFI CEH S

Cadet Col. Way 11e D . lluclson CaciPt Lt. Col . Kenneth T. Kojmehl

Caclet Major Boyd IJ. B rown . ldjutant CariPt Majo r Milton F. Eberhc1rd Co ntiiHutde r, First Battalion

Cadet Major Cody C. Robert so n Com nw.nder , Second Battalion

Cade t ft1ajor U obert 1'. Bono m i Co muw11der, Tllird Battalion

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Res ting in the afternoon s hade ~vhile tcoiting turn on pis tol runge. ~1ojor IV. A. Hole a tcards Reserve Officers with m.orks rncrn s hip m.edals.

Ope ruting a .30 culibrP on the nwchine g un rlutge. On the inside of n tunk looking out ut W.S. C. etll('l f doho s tudents.

Lectrning how et .37 tn. rn. anti-tank g nn ope rui Ps. Wutc hing the dem.on stru tionfrorn o .~ufe dis lltiiCP.

Cornpony street crt C<llllfJ Murroy. Armour A t~dersO II sights the target front n knee ling position.

Scabbard and Blade *

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LTRA ultra of the military department's R.O.'f . C. s tudents are members of cabbard and Blade, upperclassmen's military honorary. Last fall members of the local chapter won the national Scabbard and Blade telegraphic ri fle meet.

Each year they have an exchange din ner with the P ullman chapter, and sponsor the Military Ball as well as their own cabbard a nd B lade dinnerd a nce and s pring picnic. February 16 they assis ted with war-time registration.

OFFICERS

Captain First Lieutenant Second Lieutenant First Sergeant Liaison Officer -

All \I OUil AN DBil SON

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R u oY FnA KLtN ALL AN FosTB n CAPT\ 1'\ \ \ .

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STAN L E Y

Armour Anderson

Milton Eberhard

Bill Il a)eS

Bob Seale

H enr y Ard

AJiao Foster

Bob Kliewer

D on Williams

Ed Benoit

Rud y Franklin

Fri lz Meagher

Shelby Willia ms

Boyd Brown

P et e H ecomovich

Stnnl ey Mi lls

Dave \Vilson

Cordon Collingsworth

\Va yne Hudson

Nelson P ark

Bill Wright

Gord on Collinsworth, Williarn Wright, Dave Wilson, Robert Kliewer, £tl llcnoit, R obert Senle, l'ete Hccornovilch, Way ne ll udson, Nelson Park, Boyd Brown, Milt f':bcr lwrrl, J•"rif::s Mcng her, IJ7illiarn flayes Franlr. K u ru , ll rHiy l'ranklin, Car~ta.in 117. B. Stnnley, Arm.our An<lerson, Don IJ7illiarns, Allnn l'oster, Stnnley Mi lls, Henry Anl

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Don llol fler , 1Pay 11P Robin:;o11 , hPrma.n King, K ei th Whitley, Charlf'x Ohn"t:;, /Jurns Newby, Ray Uig by, V(>rl Law, /Jru ce j ep so11. Uobert Kormo11 , l~rPd }ohn:;on , Corllon Fos ter, U 01w lcl Robin:;on, Jl1tu路l' KPnnittg ton, LoRue Gilbert, Bill K err, }ark B owman , jo ck /Jerry, Fre d Jl1eech. Vince nt Na lly, Way ne R echlecof)/J, fxel K anne;taurd, Joe Cordon , Joll11 Steile, Etc/on Brou:n , Duau e To y /or, R obf'rt O 'Connor, Ro.~.~ ,l1oser , R obert Da t:ill, /lorry Whitenwn , Fronk lly k e.

Capt. Allen FoMf'r, Jl1elvin Ri;tdon, G e ne Bas.~f'll , Ric hord Campfrtw , Jeon Milor, Lt. John f.'. Lukens. CaJJL. /Jertuutl l'o ller, Secotul lA . . fc/jiL Lant William j . lloye:;, Lt. Col. Cody C. Robe rtSoll , .ll as t er gt. Cliff Thoma s, Seco nd Lt. Clwrles W. S u:eetu:ood.

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Pershing Rifles

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A CHANCE to wear a white shirt and cap, march in an exclusive company, and make advanced military all come with m embers hip in Pershing Rifles, national honorary for " basic" in military. Featuring Company E's activities this year wer e two smokers, motion pic tures, and the annual Blue Cord ball where new members received insignia and a kiss from their dates. In the final spring drill and inspection each year, Company E presents specia l form ations for reviewing officers.

OFF ICERS Captain First Lieutenant Second Lieutena nt SeCQII(l Lieutenant

ALLA

FO STER

Mt:LVI N RICOON RtCIJ A R() CAMPA' A

GENE BA SSETT

M E MB E RS Orville Abbott

Edward Gilbert

Rob ert Korman

Burns Newby

L y nn Aldrich

Joe Gordon

Vern Lange

Uob ert O'Conner

Frank Bales

Harley Greaves

Veri Law

Charles Ohm

Jack Berr y

Don Holder

Gene Littlefield

Wayne Ueddecopp Garth Ricks

Jack Bowman

Frank H yke

Jack Mallery

Elden Brown

George I oset

B en Martin

Ra y Rigb y

Dale Birkhaltcr

Bruce J epso n

Leonard Martindale

Ronald Robin son

llarvey Butts

Fred J ohnson

Allen McCombs

Bill Spaeth

Clark Chandler

Axel Kaunegaard

Fred Meech

J ohn Steile

St ewart Clelen

Mack Kennin gton

J ea n M ilar

Larry Talbot

Bob Davis

William Kerr

Ross Moser

Duane T aylor

Blaine Evans

P aul King

Milford Moses

Harr y Whiteman

J ohn Evans

Sherm an King

Vincent Nalley

K eith Whitley

Gordon F oster

Bill Knipe

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The h a nds that c â&#x20AC;˘Âˇcatc . . . manicured and grimy Hands th a t express . . . with copy ... p ix . . . and l ead Fas t and agile ... clipping ad mats ... checking copy \ Vrappin g Args .. . ~c uing h ead s . .. tra cing dummies Bundling Arg~ .. . OJlCr a ting linotype .. . proofreading Ch ecking thro u g h f'il c!S . . . p ast i n g c lippings and pix

moke is blue in the editorial office . . . th e back shop is c rying for copy and the ribbon's bus t e d . . . n e ws and views on ca rnpus c harac t ers .. . and a wet lt e rring for 1'NEjrom the boys behind the Underwood.~ .

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DEADLINES

GEM OF THE

/Job Wethern Editor

Ed R e n oi t flu s iness iltfllnllger

A YEAR -LONG struggle aga inst deadlines, censors hip res tric tions, rising prices, and campus -wide inertia was climaxed this s prin g when PrinterOinder Ralph York gave his grin of approval 10 rhe freshly -printed 1942

GE"

OF THE MouNTAINS.

For Editor Bob Wethern a repetâ&#x20AC;˘tâ&#x20AC;˘ous process of handing out work to taff heads was ended. For a s taff of female preponderance, a season of late permissions. odd jobs, and p ho ro-mounting was over.

J ntroducing a "vest-pocke t " size, more color pic t ures and a color cover by labeli ng them as "modern t rends," F.di lor \V e thern hoped Lha t they ''ould go over wi th s tudents . . . feared that tudent con ervatism about such cha nges would result in s niping.

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MOUNT AINS Don Carlso n AssocintP Btlit or

Dr11nrny-('opyi11~ .~tuff 111

work

Di vi sion po~e Sy m s- York

proojin ~

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Al S oli s bury of We.~ tnn Eng roving .~ trngg iPl< with Cern t>roblf'm

Printe r Rolph Yorlr o ver Ce ttt t>rm~f.~

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Clwrlie Dimond, cr Cem photog rophy in s titution for 22 yPor.~

JWore of du.rnrny-cotJy itrg staff

Day le Molen 'ports editor /Jill Srur d een Co-editor of photogruphy Shirley Clark l'hoto-rnottnting edit or

Tont Clttnpbell Activities editor C laire Bracken Activities editor Lmlrl llarnilton Administration editor

Lorene Rach Office staff editor l'rancis Hardin Organi::mtions editor llou:ard Cooper Co-editor of photog raphy

To OllCA N JZE s taffs capable of carry in g the work-burde n o( assignments handed down from the " head offi ce" was the task of GE'l minor editors. They found that fa c t and data gathering, name c hecking, pic ture scheduli ng and photo-mounting are all produc tion ac ti vities which mus t mesh gears properly in orde r to e ven come close to meet ing an elas tic deadline schedule.

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BUSI NESS STAFF EFFICIENT organization of a s taff hy Business M a nager Ed Ocnoitla s l fall was the bi ggest fa c t or of the 191 2 GE,t's financial s uccess. M anagcr Be noit s tarted things ofT with a regis trar ion-line sale that topped a ll previous marks and continued to spur his s taff until a n o rder for 1920 GEMS- a n all-time hi gh- was sent to Syms-Yo rk Pr路intin g Company in HAPIO

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Fe bruary. Increased space cost s and tig htening p urse s trings did no t faze other e n terprising b usiness staff heads, who sold more s pace to a d verLisers and orga nizatio ns than for man y years previous. Fro m his hi gh-gea red s taff, Manager Be noit picked Bill Campbell, Spencer ll css, a nd Warren Lauer as assis t ant business managers. Trul y a behind -the-scenes orga niza tion, the bus iness s taff was seldom to be found at the GE:u office hu t ra ther o n the campus or down town in canvassing ca mpaig ns.

l'aulin e lhnvley and 1Te len Foster, circulation; Don Swon und ll elly ton Core/on , orguni::sntion s; S h e nnan Kin g (tnd Spence Hess, clus.~cs lttlfl fivinf,f f.(rontls Winifred Chri .~ti an son , serre Utry ; Bill C ampbe ll (tlld Mary Fran Mar.~ lwU, lUlv er路 tis ing und Sltles; Nick Luner and K eit h Dnniels , photog rntJity

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<Jh£ ARGONAUT

!lob 1-rnig ht Editor

, lrlltOtlr . l nrle rson /Ju siness ilfanager

\V \H. a n occasio nal lack of news, free coffee in the Bucke l , and restricti o ns fro m the OPC (Office of Perry Cu lp) didn' t dc te•· s tude nts from being able to ope n The A rgonaut and find o ut who pledgee! where, a nd what events were scheduled o n til<' ca mpus. Edit or l3 o b (J ason) Leerig ht led his s taff thro ug h a n exc•t•ng nine months of news-ga thering, assis ted by Knox Craig, managing cdi tor, on whose s houlders fall s the r esp onsibilit y for next year. Argona ute rs spent Monda ys a nd Thursdays in a dithe t· and Tuesdays and l•'riclays •·ead ing the res ults a nd heat·ing varied comm ent s on their own work. Bigges t shift of the year came when the sheet wen t to tabloid size al the second se mes ter. This gave the sta ff a chance to " boil"' rathe r than " puff," "hie h in newspaper parla nce means they didn ' t have to write o much about nothi ng. Know n for their odd habits and peculi ar night li fe, the Argonaut crew mai nt a ine d its sub-rosa " Than!. the D e ity Tt's Friday ight Club."

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Kn ox

Croi~

Mono gi n ~ E~litor

Copy d eslf mernl>er.< rhec k s tories

slf ondny ufternoon's lt ead writin g crew is

hard a t work

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Jnrk Morri x, student linoty p e OfJerator, sets lt go /ley fo r The Argonn11t

Art /Jroumlow, Argurtttu t 's bark- s hot~

king , h oncl-sets u l1 eod

Tl1 e Circrtllltion s to.ff wraps Argonautsfor mailing to dis tcwt points

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Lore n e Bales IPonten's e ditor Lacld fla milton R e -tcrite and nig ht e ditor Eliz abe th Brac k e n Ne u:s e ditor

Frit::: Meag h e r Nig ht nnd n e w s e ditor Catherine M c Gregor nnd Dorothy Bny n e Copy d es k co-e ditors

Lo re n e Rac h Exclwnge editor Bob IJonorni ports e ditor Tltomns Cnmpbe ll Dny e ditor

the head m en on The A rgonaut were the s t aff of sub-editors who had their o wn s ha re in ha ndling the fl ow of news across the desks. To the m fe ll the t ask of instilli ng a mbitio n in rrpor ters, a nd seeing that campus news was ga ther ed prope rl y. BEmN D

They rea d copy on s tories, c hecked na mes in the uni versity director y, wro te headlines, a nd s tra ight e ned o ut facts over the telepho ne. When tbjugs went wro ng, a sha re of the bla me fell upon the ir s ho ulders.

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ARGONAUT J\1 E"llEil

of The A rgonaut business sta ff had a probl em to keep them

g uessing during the year : t ha t of buil ding up ad vertis ing revenue to meet de ple ted national advertising income, wh ich fell off during the yea r. Business Manager Armour Anderson and his assis tants, Tom Sneddo n a nd Dick R yan, solved the problem by concentratin g o n local m er chants to keep their a llotted space full. Circulation of The A rgonaut was the main function of Patsy M cGrath o n the business s taff. S he saw that pa pers were wrapped, sta mped, a nd addressed and maile d to various parts of the \\ Orld where ex-Idaho s tudents are now living. Paul Easterbrook bore the brunt of deli vering the " handbills" to a ll ca mpus residences a nd o ther sp ots where s tude nts congrega te. Forced to lead a dizzy pace to keep up \\ith the weird antics of the news s taff, the husiness force of The Argonaut did an ad mirable job.

Pntsy M c Gruth Circ ulotion tn<&n<&ger

Milton George Advertising nwnager

Dic k R yan Assistant bus iness manager

Totn Sneddon Assistant Bu.sines:; 1'\'Innagcr

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FRESH MAN HAN DBOOK

Fronces llllrdin, Freslt nlfltl 1/onllbook e ditor, lw s been t•hipping off fingertwil pol i.dt on typewriter lwyx for f cloho pnbli c ntion.~ .~i nt·c ht'r .freshtnnn cl(lys. 1/ er rrt>u t i ve geniu.s proclu t·etl " Naive Ann," s parkling Argonll u L fentnres , ant:/ Cent copy . . . her correspondin g t e mper(lntent g (lve edi t ors {!rny hllirs. " D e(ld[ine " i s one tcord 110t in her vocnb lllory .

II O)I ESICK, befuddled fro h fi nd easy ola<·r in The Frosh Handbook, put out by the A.S.l .1. to give the m a good s tarl on their college careers . Carrying ever y thing from c hw·ch location s to recipes, the publica tion is a handy g uide hook as to what Idaho is all about- and is quite often used h y sophomores a nd upperclassme n allcmpting to acclimate the mselves after a summer holid ay.

This year 's hook "as notable for its add ed use of pictures, increa e in size, a nd clarifi ca tion of m an y things that he lp new students orie nt themselves to college life.

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F rances ll :u·clin put her journalis tic tale nt s to work a s editor, assis ted 'lary Ellen Ha rti ga n.

The s trin gent " do's and don 't's" of coed life are outlined in the A \V handbook each year for t he be nefit of freshmen wome n a nd new s tud ents. I t is a lso used as a g uide book for upperclassm en, refreshing the ir me mory on the oft-tim es forgotte n lore of moral and social rules and regulatio ns a t ldaho. Known as t he Coed Code, the book is published eac h ) car by the ssocia ted

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o me n

tudents, and a copy goes to every ne" \\ Oman o n

the ca mpus. The bookle t delves into de ta il o n dating, ex tra <' urricula r activi ties, socia l c us toms a nd clothes. Ver a Nell .J a mes was this year's editor.

Vern Nt> fl Jnm e.~, ;1. Jli' .S. Handbo o k E~fitor , t•nffl$ /lo m e Et· her uwjor but yo 11 coulcfn't pro ve it by fl er activity li.~t. S h e prexies the The ta h o 11se and l' hi U(J.~i­ fon Onticron , i.~ o m c tnbcr of M or tar flon u f , 11111f clubi>lPs in nff doi11 gs of l dnho Atnetzotls. Tl1e Tl1 et n. sisterhood re mai11s 11 , ; tit· prPssed ... en ff s /1 er " Li tile Ne ll."

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Idaho Forester

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K e nne th JlfcCinnis, Cordon J osly n , Frank Kalk, D acid eabe rg, R oger Hunge rford, Dotwld Killoug h , A bralw 111 ErliJ..· R oger Guernsey, Ly le Price, T e rry l'oy n e, Vincent l'o d e r, Pllil lfabib , Hug h ftl cNau g l•ton , Paul Ea sterbroo k , Eu gene pen ce r

ONLY FO RESTERS

savvy the intrica te de tails of their yearly publication,

The i daho Forester, which e njoys a circ ula tion as b ig as tha t of a ny o ther s tude nt ed ited magazine or paper. The magazine deals \\ith the fi eld of fore try, going into b oth i ts techni ca l a nd commercial viewpoints. R esul ts show that fores te rs arc a ble to do other things than identify t ypes of pine. All work on the magazin e is done b y students in the school of forcstr} . Editor for this year "as Phil H abib, and P au l Ea terbrook acted as business manager.

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Idaho Engineer

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Ray R einlwrdt, George S malley, Don Holde r, Robe rt Dye Fre d Le Clair, Don Bolton, J erry S kiles, Ge n e Lunt ey, John Nelson , Don Konen , George Oslund, Robe rt Fortin

Pmoâ&#x20AC;˘;; \ N O JOY of the college of e n ~in ee rin g is its semi-annual publicatio n, The I daho Engineer, showing that the slip-stick a rtis ts can do more tha n expo und o n weight y quo t a tio ns. The self-supporting publica tio n deals with engineering 111 specialized phases, going into every field. To the la y man it's deep, bu t to the e ngi neer it cl a rifies many things. A goodl y gro up of enginee rs abandon their t ex ts long enough to gather n ews, solicit ads, and do all the other taks involved in pulling a magazine to bed. J ack elson was editor, and D on Konen business m a nager.

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Naru·y )nne St nfforrl, H e len JJi ils on , Norma Lou Jl1c il1urray, E li::sabPth llracken, Francis 1f<1rdin , ~1nrtlw Jl1ac.Vanurra Hob WPthPrn, Prit::s Jlfea~ther, /lob llonomi, Knox Craig, /Job /~eeri~IH

Theta Sigma J A E Anot> s with a ven gea nee co uld be the ter m applied to members of The ta Sigma, wome n's journ a li sm honorary . Argonaut and Ge m wor·kers, these women were o ut to d e mo ns trate b y ac tio n that men alone d o n' t re presen t the field o f journa lis m. Their bigges t activ ity was the annual The ta Sigma Argonaut publish ed in th e s pring . \ !e mbers arc Elizabeth Br·ad,t'n . preside nt; Frances Jl a rdin, "' a n ey June t a fTord , H elen Wi l on, Norma Lo u \ l ac:\Turra), a nd \Tartha \ l ac Ta m a ra.

Sigma Delta S IG\1' D ELT A propaga tes the un<·ert a in career of journali m a mong m en. It is a n honor a r y for upperclassmen, a nd cleYoted to journalis m from the back sh op to news room. mall in number. igma D t'lta mt'n gi,·e a good s hare of the ir time to publica tio n of The A rgonaut a nd \\Ork on TH E GE\1. \Vt't'k-end ge tt oge the r'S St'c m to b e a part of th ei r ritu a l. President this year wa s Bob Bon o mi. Other m e mbe rs a rc Bob Leer ig ht, Kno x Craig, F'ritz M ea g her, and Boh \Ve thern.

y n ls - York pr ess â&#x20AC;˘n e tt loo k over n lli vision plt ge pro of

I W est e rn e n g rn ci n g exp erts t o u c h up c ut .~

Throug h I his ftdtlres.~ing tno c hin e go A rgom11tl s to tne n in the .~er vi l'e

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1'h e flt~nou s Argon a ut bn s k e t bnll teo m . . . ltltvnys defeat.~ W .S. C. E verg ree n fi tw . . . no "rin J(e r.o~" . . . h o n e."t t

Applying

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Kappa S ig a nd Th eta intJ路a mura1 d eb a te winners Blaine Eva n s and Hen Kinney get rebuttals r ead y ~lore

paint, more p e n c il . .. characters mad e to orde r

A dt路amatic moment in the p la y, " The Little Foxes" Vet Den nis Sa ' a~<' pouts in "She Stoops to Conqu e r" A fli ck of the finge r . . . the lights dim . . . c urta in

f t er two weeks of hecwy rehearsal this is it . . . th e sp o t flick s on , t.ca nders a cross the s ta ge and s tops . . . tlte rurtain's beg inning to m .ove . . . ho w does rny hair look, J osephine . .. .Josephine, where are you ?

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ON STAGE

P e p Band m e mbers a â&#x20AC;˘Âˇc the " bi g nois e" at rallies P a rt

of

mob

watc h in g

Fio- Rito's

e nte rtaine rs

Getting r eady to s wi n g out a t a home f ootba ll gam e The m ilita r ) band and majore ttes m a r c h on the fie ld S tud y in b lack and white . . . a t the P e p Ba nd S how F a m o u s H e le n J e ppson smiles a t h e r Idaho a ud ie n ce

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eed s, brasses, drtuns and s trings . .â&#x20AC;˘ the band trrunpe ting ousa of a unday afternoon, the orches trn scraping T sclwiko w s k y on a rnennfiddle s ec tion . .. no, George, w e don ' t do thi s eig ht to the bnr

DOWN BEAT

MUS I U Ray tnoncl E. Lo wrenso n , piano atul organ ins tructor ; Prof. ;tfvah A. Ue ec her , tntt s ic departlltent heacl; Jl1iricltn II. Lilfle, cello nnd theory instructor.

cottages, where s tra ins of Bac h or Gers hwin can be heard any t ime of the day. From this department comes the many fine recitals which students enjoy each year·.

Notables in the U ni versity's world of ivory keys and m e tronomes are Alvah A. Beecher, de partment hea d who takes time out to " do things" with the Vandaleers; Ca rl C laus, a no te d violinist in his own

LP e Cibt~ott , a t~sista nt profe sso r of m u s ir nnd in s tru m.e n tal and band instru c tor ; Carl Claus c•ssociate professor of ntu s ic ancl orrheslrll one/ v iolin ins tructor ; M ei tlw 1/iteman, tJtu s icul eduratiotr and piono instrurtor.

TnE Co

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IDAHO's music depar tme nt is harbored in the cam pus' four "practice"

Jl1y rtle Leotltt.nl , ct.ssi.<tant profc•ssor of IIHt.<ic tu ul voice in.<lructor ; llobert Walls, a.~sis l tJtl.l profest~or of tlttt.~ic und voi r e in iltrurwr; lletll Jl-1 . ftfark lin , etssis t<lnt professor of music und pietno, organ, atul ront.fJOsition ins / rurtor.

BAND

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right, who directs the

ni versity's sy mphony orchestra; and Lee

Gibson, the band leader, who produces pleasing results.

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BAND is a combination of the \<liliLary Oand and a ny other aspiring

university s tudents who like to swing out in a fast march te mpo. Only r equire ments for m embership are a ttendance and inter est.

Directed b y Prof. L ee Gibson, the concert band can b e called upon to provide a good musica l e nd for any civic function.

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ORCHESTRA Cu \

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c their former routine, U niversity

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y mpho ny Orc hes tra mem bers ch a lked up

a r ecord year, clim axed b y their b eing in vited to pl ay at o ne o f the K ellogg Co mmuni ty Concert series. S tude nts hep to M ozart, B ach, e t a l. a rc eligible fo r m e mbership in this gro up of musicians. e wcs t innova tion of the group around ca mpus music circl es was the s tarting of an annual musicale featuring concerts a nd arias fr:o m o peras, a nd s ta rrin g s tude nt solois ts. T hey were also co-p artners in t wo concerts with Va nd a lcc,·s, Tre ble Clef, a nd the ni versity Singers. The or chestra is t ra diti ona ll y present with somber music a t B accala urea te a nd Co mmencem ent. Professor Carl C la us is conductor.

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FoR~fERLY a mixed gro up, this year the

* ni versity Sin gers was made up of t wenty-nine

ma le voices. U nder t he direction of Professor \Valls the chorus joined hands with the Va nd aleers a nd Treble C lef to present severa l recitals. T he U niversity Singers e n tere d Fred Y a ri ng's Ca rl C lau se (/irect s the Un i ve r s ity's y mph o n y O rch estro . Firs t place u·inn e rs in t he an 111wl p o kun e ""' s i c f estit·ul ore : }Otllltl e Pinlt>y, piano solo; Rirlwrcl urles, pi a n o co n (·(>r t o ; lllflrion l'artn er , con t rulto . .. S u tn ttter sc hool m,tt.• idans JJra cticc on tlrt> t•otttpus llntm .

a tio nal Pleasure ti m e Glee Club

contest a long with eigh teen o ther glee clu bs fro m t he western district . Willie in S po kane to ma ke recordings for the C hesterfi eld judges in

ew York, the gr oup gave a 15-min ute

broadcast over St ation KFP Y.

Uobert Wntl.• le oti.• the Un ive rs ity S in ge rs.

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Vandaleers

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PnEmER singing group on the ca mpus is the red-robed Vandalecr

Cappella choir,

directed by Professor Alvah A. Beecher. C hr is tmas Ca ndlelight ervice, a spring concert, and a Lour of northern high schools a nd ci vic club ha ve established wide-spread recognitio n for the group. This year they part icipated in a faculty-sponsored Red Cross be nc fi l program.

Treble Clef F\lllLY

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recent innova tion to t he ca mpus music or ganiza tio ns is Treble Clef, women's

inging group. Open Lo a ny woman interested in such a musical grou p, Treble Clef is under t he direction and g uidance of :Meitha Hileman. The chorus makes public appearances and <'OIIaboralcs wilh o ther musical organizations Lo give seasona l rccir als.

Community Concerts M

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hig h point of the year for many Id a ho s ludcn Ls ''as reac hed last fa ll when t hey

joined the capacity cr owd which jammed the W. . C. gym nasium to hear Paul Robeson, tale nted and versatile

1 egro

singer, a thle te, a nd schola r. Other programs in the annual

ser ies of Community Concerts sponsored jointly by the Jdaho a nd Washington State Collegt' s tudent bodies brought outstanding m usicians alternately to the two schools. mong I he progr ams presented in

loscow were the Tra pp Famil y singers, who appeared

in quainl peasa n l cos tumes, a nd pre tty H elen J epson, widely acclaimed soprano.

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PEP BAND :\1 AESTRO }ACK L EIS H)tAN led the s il ver-and-gold clad P e p Band me mbers through an event-laden year of bigger ' n' b etter pep rallies, grid classics. and bas ke tball games. which c ulminated in the annual rug-cutting Pep Band shO\L

The Leishm a n -Gug noni production look the audience to a desert island, where P e p Band me mbers in the guise of a shipwrecked crew bumped into a flock of hula c uties. A thin plo t was carried a long by good music and the hula and tap c horuses. Pep Band trip of the year took the members to Boise, where they played for the Id aho-Montana S tate footba ll game.

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Sigma Alpha Iota \1 S ICA LES displaying their talents are fos tered hy me mbers of ig rna lpha rota, na tiona l women's music ho nor a r y. A " B" average in music subjects and a 2.5 g rade average are re quisites for m embers t a pped twice a year. \ t e mbers co-sponsor a student recital, s prin g song fes t , and \1cLea n field sing with Phi Mu Alpha members .

Phi Mu Alpha P 111 Mu Ar.PUA, male counterpart o f SA l , boas ts a versa t ile group capable of either carr ying on " long hair" discussions or play ing s win g in campus bands o n weekends. A 2.5 grade aver age, an interes t u1 musie, a nd two mu sical acti vities a re pledging requisites.

Cnrol /Jnuult , j eu n Mann , }o Anne Tre tner, illmw .l1yc r.~, Cnrolyne Norris, Et·elyn Eberhard, Lois S ton e. anll }oonne Finley. 1/elen Bullock, Jlfarion H eot h , Mi.~s ,l/eitlw 1/itemrw, Jlla .~i ne Jlfulroney

TPrry Crl,bb, jac lt Rag land, Ru ssell/J(,{(/win, Clwrle.~ Strom, Donald Ileal.~, John C ook, Doug lo.s ComJ~bell. D o nold Miflt•r, l vor llounwn , Louis McKay, ll oberl lf/ulls, l'rof. Alt'uh lleet:her, Delut j. F. J\1essenger.

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LIVE TOC K J UDG I ' G TEAl\1 K eit h Jlflrr linson , h e lby Williams, Wayne 11/Lon, llo1mrd llorrison, Jllll x 1/ou :son, Lllwrence Brllclbury, Dr. IJ7. Jlf. Beeson, rouf"lt.

DA I HY l'H.OD CT S J D G I NG Tf.Al\1 Qu entin Murdock, Floyd Broadhell cl, D r. D. R. Theophilus, collch: Viggo Jlllltl!<OII.

OAIH Y CATTLE J UD C I ' G TEAM IPe:sley J en kins, D . L. Fourt , conch; Rlly Cluunbers, Ueid M errill, Ed Bodily.

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Judging Teams

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Fo n university judging teams gave their s ubje<' ts the <-ritical once-over and combineJ their observations with enough plain " horse sense" to win varied honors in judging competi tion this year. Lives tock, dairy products, dairy cattle, and agronomy teams were entered in the Por tl and .International Exposition in Oc tober to win several pri zes. A tie for firs t place in lives tock judging with Oregon State was accorded the li vestock t eam, and indi vid ual hono•·s for hog jud gin g were given Wayne utton. Shelby Williams ranked first in dairy ca ttle jud gin g. Team members were Keith \1artioson, Wayne Sutton,

~lax

ll ansen,

he lby Williams, Howard

Morrison, and Lawrence Bradbury. \ ! embers of the dairy produc ts team walked a\\ay \\ith third place at the P ortland s how. Entrants on this tea m \\ere Ro bert We bs ter. Floyd Broadhead, and Viggo Hamson. o prizes were awarded the dairy ca ttle and agronomy teams en te red in the s how, although they were consis te ntl y in the Lop br ac ke ts. Dairy cattle judgers were Edwin Bodily, Wesley Jenkins, Reid Men·ill , and Ray Chambet·s. J udging agronomy specimens were Donald Rober·tson, Don Bea ls, and Ronald Baskett. Coaches for the team were: William Beeson, li vesto<'k; Or. D. R. Theophilus, dairy produc ts; Prof. D. L. Fourt, dairy ca ttle; and Donald P e terson, agronom y .

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LI KE\BL E GEOilGE GREE:-IE took over Ia I year as the firs t full-time a t hle tic head in un iversity his tory. Eight years service as coach a nd athletic director at Le wis ton or m a l well qualify Greene for hi s present pos t. Greene has plenty of work to do in his new job, but the hard-driving athlc tie head seems to thrive o n i l. Besides s uper vising varsity athletics, he directs ph ysica l ed uca tion progr ams for both me n and women.

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Tall , gray-ha ired FRA:-ICES ScrnnoT li ve and breathes football the yea r 'round . . . and his t eams pa y off dividends ever y fall. '\ orking with virtually Wllft er } . Price A ssi11tan t Football a nd the sa me tea m which in 1940 had won Bllske tbÂŁ111 Coach o nl y one ga me, ehmidt in his first season at Ida ho molded a team which won fonr games, lost fi ve for the b est Vandal grid record since the year 1937. a ndal fans were satisfied to call the season a s uccess a nd now a rc waiti ng to see what kind of touchdown tricks Coach c hmiclt ca n pull out of his pad of play-d ia gra ms when [da ho e nte rs into full P. C .C. competition ... confid ent 1 hat I he "big time" is nothing new to "Smitty."

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C rLy P. Wicks Head Bas ketball and Ba seball Coa ch

VANDAL COACHES \liKE llY\'i' coa<'hcd Yandal tracks ters to ne w heights in northern division compe tition las t year, his sixth as Idaho mentor. Dean of the Vandal coaches now, Hya n al so does heavy duty trai ning wor k for other Idaho teams.

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one-lim e I daho s tudent, came back this year as coa ch of the Vandal basketball and baseball forces. Wicks' geni al personality and thorough knowled ge of s tudent psychology make him one of the bes t liked of Idaho's coaches. GuY WICK S,

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Wi dom of Coac h Schmidt in selecting WALT PRICE a hi assis tant became apparent when the Vandal line de veloped into a hard-c harging unit under his dirc<路tion. Price's call to army duty deprives the \' andals of one of their mos t capable coaches.

.lfichael j . R yan llead Tra c k Coach (utd Trainer

Robert D . Knox Head Boxing Coa c h

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ln his fir t sea on as freshman coach, J. . " BABE" Bno\\" turned in an impressive record, his teams goin g undefeat ed in both football and basketball. The nucleus of future Jdaho varsity s quads comes from Brown's yea rlings.

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Youthfu l L EO GHEEN, one of the busies t of Idaho coach<'s, works all hours teaching classes, helping with football , a nd keeping the intram ural program fun<'tionin g s moothly.

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rough job fa ced Boxing Coach Bon K ' OX when he took over whe re Louie Augu st left off, but the tight-lipped mitt ins truc tor made the best of it with his sophomore-s tudded andal boxing squad.

Leon Green In tra m,nral Direc tor

}. A. Brown Freshman Coach

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Senior Managers and Minor Coaches

Jl"yn n e Lon geteig, baseball; Earl 1l1onroe, basketball; Gen e Lunty, tra c k; H ershel B erente r, basketball; /Ierman R e nfrou:, football LaVe rn B ell, rt·restling ; Bill Piedmont, su:imrning

Out of the lime li ght but " Johnny -on-the-sp ot" "he n a thle tic seasons roll a ro und, the tea m managers work long hours night after nig ht pi a} ing nursemai d to athletes and equipment a like. Senior managers travel with the tea ms, •·eceive a r ed-le tter sweater. Junior managers get black-letter swea te rs. Assis tin g I daho's m en tors in the capaci ty o f s tud ent s wor king toward s mas ter d egrees were La Vern Bell and Bill P iedmont. B ell h cl peel C o ac h Fra ncis Schmidt with his grid ch arges a nd Pie dmont instructed Idaho's s wimmers .

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Yell Team and Majorettes

Dorothy ffartcood, Bru ce Gordon, 0:1:1ie Walch, R ex Phillips, Peggy Da vis . .. Walc h , Peggy Ttcay, Viola JJ7i cks, t~hillirJs, K enny IJergqnist Bill B arnes . . . }tt(ly R upp, Leona Tulppa, Ire n e T nlppa, Billie K eato n, Priscilla Done, Jean Bonneville

tud ent enrollment dropped perceptibly but Idaho spirit s ky-rocketed under the energetic leadership of Yell King Ozzie Walsh, who mad e Vand al rooters rall y-conscious. Ozzie dreamed up a lot of yell-rousing ideas to kee p I daho cheers coming despite none-toos uccessful athle ti c seasons. R ex Philli ps s t epped into Ozzie's spacious sneakers when he and his assis ta nts left school at the semes ter. Drum Maj or Bill Barnes beaded a crew of high-s te pping Va nda l m ajorettes in halfLim e entet"lainmcnt a t grid games. Featuring new formation s, tbe baton t wirlers highlighted appearances of Idaho's military b and.

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Cougar

JH' H )'CI'S

arc Ull~Wt'J't•d . . . na,·is ·lt·ops the pass.

Vondcrha•·•· ( 17) sc·a mpc •·~ th •·ou g h \Villamette's lin e . B e hind

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and "ont a na tackler is

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Tew h ey (:H) and a lka•·cat at·t~ s ho•·L of an Idaho pass. First an d la ~ t Idaho tou c hdown agai n st T.:tah's R e d s . A

hi~

hol t•

o pe n ~

... a nd \li c klich goes over once m o •·c.

Ft·anklin (2 l) is a ll

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fo1· the p ass coming his wa).

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reme mber the f all • .• and sounds of battle from N eale stadium .. . l£ big b ack hugging a pigs kin to his ch es t . .. a tired line craw ling up out of the mttd . . . y ott won' t; know the players w ithout a prog ram .. . oh, yeah?

FIRST DOWNS

llOJV 23

Row

(44·) Vic llerllu s (17) IJo b l'mHit' rlw rr 'l'o n y .-h c ltc nbrene r

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En rl J'ic IJerll l•·• (:l6) ut·oic/s u wo ulcl - b e U t e luc kie r l o mot•e in o n C n y Arle lt (22) U t o h lriJ~Ie- l ll n•ul stnr.

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Idaho-Utah Homecoming Flop a ndal homecoming fan s converged on Ieale s ta dium to see tah 's marauding R edskins mar o pe ning ga me fes li vities "ith a 26-7 win over Idaho. Pl a ying their firs t game under Coach F r ancis A. Schmidt, the Va ndals led until the fin a l qua rter. Afte r a score le firs t period, the I daho gridders opened scoring " ith Bill \licklich di ving over to culminate a 7'1-yard drive. End \lilo Anderson con verted. a nd I daho had a 7-0 halftime l<'ad. The lcs tied it up in the third period with a brilli a nt passing a ttack, the n we nt o n the warpath in the las t quarter with three to uc hdo wns, two of the m via the aerial route. Brothers ll uc k a nd Cay Adelt proved the s pearheads of th e U t a h offense. Brig ht est spo t for Ce m Sta te s uppor ters was the pla y of M icklich a nd ll owa rd Manson in the b ackfi eld , and Bill Lockey a nd Cleo Rowe in the line. E r GnT T II OUS \ NO

Vuntlol.•

8 ......... T o t a l

l'tcs Fi r~> l Dow n ~> .........

15

77 . . .... Y ard s Ga ined b y Hu s h in g ...... 2 25

19 ..... Fo r" a ni P a ss e s \tt e mp ted ..... 14 5 ..•.. F or" a rc I l' a s!'e s Com pl c t c cl . . . . .

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112 . .. . .. . Yarc l>< Gu in e d h y l' ussc s .......

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35 . ..... 1\\ c •·u ~e Y a rda ge o f l'unts .. .. . . 34 20 . ..... . Y arcl >< Lo s t IJy J>c n u lti es .. . .. .. 60

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Ducks Duck Vandals Viciously PLAY I NG t heir fi rs t nig ht ga me in nine years, the Vandals fell before t he powerful Oregon t eam 21-7 in the mud and slime of Eugene's l l.ayward field. D efinitely on the upgrade, the Vandal hO\\ ed a s tu bborn resistance agains t a s upposedly far s uperior team. Oregon s truck two mi nutes after t he opening kickofT when :Roblin went 62 yards on the famecl " bootleg" reverse to t he Idaho J 1-yard line, then drove over after two I daho pena lties. I n the second period Mecham scored for t he D ucks on a 35-yard r un. The Vanda ls re t a lia ted by m archin g from tbe Oregon 35- a fter II a nk Crowley •·ecovered a fumble- for a touch down wi th Bill M ic klic h goi ng over from a spread for m a tion. Oregon 's fina l tall y ca me in tbe game's last t wo m inu tes. Exceptional defe nsive and offensive play of h v Konopka, ac ting capt a in a nd tac kle, and Micklich drew praise from Oregon s pecta Lo•·s.

Jlondol.~

Webfeet

:1 ........ . Total First Dow n s ......... 13 68 ...... Yards Gained b y Rus hing ...... 315 13 ..... Forward Passes Attempted.....

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2 ..... Forward Passes Co mpleted.....

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40 ...... A verage Ya rda ge of Punts .. .... :l9 7 ....... Ya rd s Los t b y Penalties .... . .. 50

Ct•n

Aschenbrener (3) ond Left llalf (5) rlnsP in on Oregon's f 'nllback Dunlti{J (:11) after Quc&rterback Heco movirh ntis.~PI< c• to ckle. (4) Pe te ffecomovich (41) /lilt l'iedmont (31) Hank Crowley I Pr Tony

Mon .~on

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(6) Dale Clark Gonzaga's RiRht llalfback Hrown (7)fails to Mtop Mirklirh from diving over t he first Idaho touchdown of thP evt>r1ing.

{46) /Jill Lfwkey

Vandals

H~tlldogs

13 ......... Tota l Firs t D ow n s . . . . . . . . .

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155 ...... Yard s Gained b y Hu s hin g ...... 89 13 ... .. For" a rei I'asses \ ttem ple d. . . . . 16

7 ..•.. For" u rd t•usses Co mpl e t e d.....

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97 ......• Yards Ga in e d b y P asses ....... 7 2

35 ...... Avera!(C YartlR!(C of Pun t s ...... 35 85 ....... Yard s Lnst h y l'c n u lt ies ....... 35

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Bulldogs Lose Winning Grip COR E LE fo r t wo consecutive years by powerful Gom-.aga elevens, the \ anda ls ca me hack with a 21-7 triumph over the Zag un der the lights Spokane.

H E LD

Ida ho scored in the second qua rter after P et e H ecomovic h had intcrccpt<'d a Bulldog pass. With a versatile attack, the Va ndals moved to the fi ve-yard line from where Bill \lic klic h bucked over. ·\ l ilo nd erson m a de it seve n point s o n his pla ce kick. Fi ve minut es after· th e second h alf s tarted Jdaho had scored again, this tim e o n a lo ng pass pl ay to Anderson on the 12-yard line, fro m wh ere he score d, then converte d. Mi ckli ch co mple ted Td a ho scoring f01· the eve ning, dri v ing o ver after an excha nge of punts. Davis converted. Gonza ga scored with titre<' minutes left on a pass to Scher ger.

VandalsSwifuh Form on Utags

Farn~ers

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A TlliRTEE -POI T drive b y a revived Va ndal tea m, after thirty minutes of list less firs t-half play, resulted in a 16-0 Idaho win over U tah St a te a t Loga n. A 20-yard field goal by place-kicking Milo A nde rson in the second p eriod gave l da ho a 3-0 half-time lead.

248 ..... Yurd s Gu in c d lly !h as hi ng .. ... UI7

Tbe Vanda ls ca me back in the second half with two long marc hes for t ouchd owns. Earl C handler tallied in t he third period on a 19-yard reverse. Bill l\1icklich made the last touchdown whe n he plunged 14 yards to pay dir t.

92 .. Y u rd s Ga in e d U y Forward P asses .. 77

13 ..... For,.. ani Pa ~<ses Att e mpted ..... 21 5 ..... For wu r cl P usses Comple t e d.....

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Average Yurdugc of Pu nt s ..... 30

45 ...... Yurds Lost b y Penalties . . . . . .

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Onl y serious Aggie threa t came late in the game agai ns t Idaho reserves. The U tah t eam drove to the Vandal fourya rd line before losing the ball on down!'! . (8) IIi II M irklicla Clwt~diPr, J!(ltlda l rig h 1 lwlflmcl.·, mot·e.~ 19 yord s to l l tou r lulow11 bt>laifltl pPr-

Hurl

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(23) J oe Multo (2 l ) Uu r/y f'ronklin (37) Jack 1'ewhey l'lull f.(i ll f.( Bill ll1i c klic h (8) lu ggP d tltP {pat h er for tr 12-ytrrd goi n before hP u•n.~ dow11ed on tlu> II' i/ln m e lle /9-ynrd li11e.

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IIPnrcats

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8

90 ...... Yard s Ga in ed h y !Cushi n g ...... 74 :11 ..... For wa rd Passes \ llemptc d ..... 19 14 ..... Fur wa rd P asses Cumpll'lc<l . . . . .

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2 10 ....... Yard" Cainf'd hy

II ...... \ \t>rage Yarda~e of Punt ......... 26 65 ...... . Ya rtl s Lost h y l'e n u lticfl.......

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5

B-League Bearca~ Lose Shiue I..JTILIZI'\"G a brilliant passin g attack, the Vandals knocked '\ illa rne tte's Bearca ts ou t of the undefea ted class with a lops ide d 33- to-6 vic tory. to clima x th e annual Dad 's Da y <'elebration. In winning, Idah o lengthe ned its victory s trea k to three s traight- longest Oow of consecu tive V andal victo ri es s ince 1929. The Va ndals scored firs t a gains t Will amette whe n Manson crossed the goa l line on a s nea k play ea d y in the initia l quarter. Other Idaho touch do'' ns went to Bill Yli<'klich, J oe ~ l a ll a, J ack T ewhey. and George ixon. Milo Andcr!'iOn, place-kic king e nd. boote d three ex tra points. The Bcarcats scored the ir lo ne tall) in the seco nd q uart er o n a 20-yard pass after a \ andal aer ial ha d boomer anged. Idaho reserves carried the brunt of the attack againRt t he Beat·ca ts. Malta, T ewhey, Bob Vonderh arr, Dale Burkha lter, and Ed K eiper, all subs titut es, pla yed ou ts tandin g ba ll for th e Vandals.

Prelude to Beaver Bowl Win A ' I OAHO three-game '~innin g s treak m eant nothing to Orego n S t ate's Rose Howl ehampions at Corva llis, with the Beave•·s slapping down the Vandals 33-0. Bouncing hack fro m a previous W.S.C. defeat, the Beavers look eo ntrol earl y in the ga me. uiTeriog from the loss of two injured letterme n, Dale C lark and Rudy Franklin, the Vandals were s till ahle to hold Oregon State to a te n-minute s tandstill before J oe Day, Beaver fullback, we nt 37 yards to score. Oregon ta lc scored again in the second quarter, the n clinched the game ''ith three counters in the las t half. trongest Vandal drive came in the second period, whe n H oward Manson, sophomore halfbac k, completed e ight Fmcccssive p asses. The aeria l d rive carried Idaho to the Beaver 14-yard line before a fourth dow n pass intended for George ixon went astra y. .Manson threw twelve passes the firs t ha lf, comple ting eight for mos t of Idaho's yardage.

Vorulnls 7 ......... Total First D owns ......... 18 12 ...... Yur•l>< Ga in e d h y

Hu s hin ~-t·

..... 298

24 ..... Funvurd l'asscs Attemt>l<'•l. .... 12 11 ..... Furward Pusses Co.-npiC'lc•l. . • . •

4

i i ...... Yard~< Guined by l'asscs ........ J6

:J6 ...... \H•ruflC Yardage of Punts ...... l2 56 . . ..... Yu ... ls Lost h y P e na l lie's ....... 20

(5) ll01rnrd M<utson (45) Cleo U <HN' (9) GeorgP Nixo n

Fullbock ltirklidt s lort·s dott·n 0. S.C.'s j oP Doy ofter lte hos mode o Io rge go in d eep in Beot·er territory in the first holj.

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(:HI) Rny Davi .~

(10) Earl C luwdler

Ray Dcavi.~, Varr<lal left lw lfbac k , romp.~ throu l(h t l1e Coul(ar.â&#x20AC;˘ from the Idaho 10 to tlte 22-.ya rcl lirr<'.

Vando l s

Cougors

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9

8 ..... Forward P a sses Completed .....

2

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Idaho Beats W.S.U...On Paper THAT AC I ~G J I NX \\ hic h '\ ' ashing ton S tate holds over I daho celebr ated its sixteenth birth day as the Cougars unleashed a third-period touc hdO\\ n barrage for a 26-0 victory. P layi ng tlwir be t ba ll of t he season, the Vandals comple tely domin a ted firs t-half play, rolling up t en first downs to the Cougar ' three in tha L period, b ut lacked scoring punch. Turning point of the ga me came on the second ha lf's ini I ial kic koff \\he n Washington S tate r ecovered a free ball in the I daho end zone. Bob Kenned y followed with three touchdowns in eleven minutes, o ne a n 85 -yard kickoff gallop. Pl ay in the final quarter was evenly m a tched. Ray D avis, Bill M icklich , and Ea rl C ha ndler were leadin g Vandal g ro und -ga in ers, while the play of B ill I.oc key and Bill Piedmont was outsta nding in t he line.

The Stein Stayedat M issoula M o A n A POTENT Montana football team pr oved t oo muc h for a lis tless Va nd al squad as the Grizzlies sloshed their way to a 16-0 victor y. T he Gr izzlies' win once again gave Mont ana p ossession of t he " l ,iu lc Brown Stein," traditiona l sy m bol of gridiron s upremacy be t ween the two schools. The rain -soaked turf s topped t he deceptive Jdaho allack "ith t he exception of two scor ing t hreats in the firs t and four t h q uarters. Vandal fumbles proved costly as the Grizzlies recovered five Jdaho bobbles, twice balli ng Vandal marches, and twice se tting up Montana scores. The initial Grizzly score came in the first period when sophomore Arnold Sco tt broke loose for 57 yards through the entire Vandal team . Fu llback Eso Nara nche bucked over from the t hree-yard line for the second tall y, t he n concluded the scoring with a 25-yard field goal. l<"red ichols, Stan Waskiewicz, and Dean Lewis s tood out in the I daho lineup.

Vandals

Grizz lies

9 ......... Total F irst Downs .... .... . 161. ..... Yunls Gained by Hu s hin ~o:··· .. . 156 23 ..... Furwurd I' a sses AucmJ>ted. . . . .

3

11 ..... Furwurd Passes Co mple t ed.....

2

73 ....... Yurds Gained by P asses .......

2:~

34 ...... A•era~c Yardage of Punts ...... 35 20 ....... Yurds Los t b y Penalties ... ... . 65

(:1:1) Dean L weis (40) C lw re lude r.•on (34) Stan WnNkif•wi•·z Karl Fis k e, ~fontana backfield are, is "s h oes trin ged " by ~ficklich afte r em e nd .•u·eep fnils to gain yardnge in the fir.~ t (/IWrf ('r.

--l':ESEIW.fO

SEC.

vs. M O NTANA November 15, 1941

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ognin.~ l

Miukliuh&Co. Swamp Bobcats l o \11 0 football follow ers got their firs t glimpse of a Francis c hmid t roached gridiron mac hine, as the Vandals closed their season \\ i th a 39-0 vic tory over Montana S tate's o utcl as ed Bobca ts o n Boise Public School Field. After a slO\\ tart the Ya ndals pushed across four touchdO\\ ns for a 26-0 halftime lea d, then added one each in the last quarters, mea m\ hilc comple tely muffiing t he \ l ont ana t ate a ttack. Bill \licklich, l 90-po und fullba ck, battered his way Lo fi ve touchdowns behind brilliant Idaho blocking, tallying on runs r angin g fro m one Lo forty -three y ards. Senior F ullback Hud y l<'nmklin scored the o ther to uchdown. S tro ng Idaho line pla y . . . b est of t he season . . . a nd hud b locki ng a nd larklin g by Pete Hecomovich proved o uts tandi ng. Sopho more Bob Vonderharr averaged eighteen yards per pla y o n six pla ys.

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3

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lon g looping s hot fro nt nti.d- court . . . a ball trc mbli11g 011 the bask e t 's ritn . . . throaty roars Jro tn the crowd .â&#x20AC;˘. th e blare of the p ep band, the fla s h of ntajore ttes .. and yon're sweating a little under the collar

A

PUSH SHOTS

Missotui's Forwo.rd Contf.tntz (21) drops one in despite the guarcling effort of /Jig Ray Tttrne r.

Top to b ottom : Ernie Graner eyes the hoop for ct gift toss whi le Montanans and George Steele look on. R ay Turne r lctys one u p on the b ackbo(lrd unde r the noses of two Jtl mit nu.tn Mission(lries. For (ln unidentified V(lnd(ll, t his was one of the ro ugher spots i n the C h eney S(lv(lge gcune .

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Pre-Conference Play *

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WI Il TMAN

MO TANA

Ha y Turner was in old-tim e form as be bucke te d 13 points to lead t he Idaho cagcrs to a 29-23 opening ga me vic tory a gains t Whitman a t Walla Walla. Th e Vanda ls made it two in a row with a 32-23 triumph over the Missionaries on the Memorial Gym courl.

Three of the four ~fontana ga mes ended in a nd a l victories. The 6rs t two ga mes pla yed here were eaS) for the Gem Staters, a they won by scores of 49-28 a nd 4 1-25. At Missoula, M on Lana t ook the first 55 -35 a fter piling up a 30-14 half-tim e lead. Ida ho g ua rds fo und their scoring punch in a 42-29 Vandal vic tor y the next night as they scored half the Vandal point s.

C II EN EY

C heney's pint-sized Savages ha nded the Idaho fi ve their initial defeat b y a 36-27 scor e at Cheney. Turner continued to spearhead the I daho attack \\ i th 15 p oints. R evenge \\a swee t as the Vandal cagers ran roughshod over C heney here for a 51-33 victo ry. Turner, T ed Thompson, a nd orm Fredekincl scored 19, 14, and 10 points respectively.

GO ZAGA

The Idaho hoops tcrs won one a nd lost o ne to Gonzaga, losing the firs t 31-34 at Spokane, then evening the series 38-35 at Coeur d'Alene. Cent e r Turner scored 30 poi nts in the two contes ts.

M l ' ' O URI

1\ ftcr ba ttling o n even terms \\ i th the Vanda ls for

th e firs t ha lf, Missouri 's barns torming Tigers collapsed in the second period a nd the Wicksm e n cha lked up a 40-28 triumph.

L EWI TO

N ORMAL

In their only game \\ ith Lewis ton Vanda ls scored a n easy 10-27 victory.

1ormal ,

Coarlt Guy Wicks, J ohn Uya n , Norm Freclekincl, Von TlOJ>I~itrs Mana ger H ersh e l /Jer('trlf' r, C liff B e nson, Jack Newell , 11ob Uosenberry, Rny Turner, George S tee le, 1'Nl 1'h o ntJJSo n , Joe Pieclrnont , Ernie Crruwr, Mnna ger Earl Jl1onroe

the

George Steele an(/ Von Hopkins go up for the rebound with Cougar Coil Bis hop (10) . . . Rny Turner (22) ond Cliff /Jenson ( 18) owait further deve lopments.

Orego n Turn ('r while Georpe S t f'e le gets a B f'(lt'f'r Cf'orge M cNutt (22).

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SEU I ES

Two States Se r1es *

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won their firs t ga me fro m Washingto n late since 1940 by sq ueezing out a 30-28 decision over the Cougars a t Pullma n in the firs t ga me o f the series. Slowing the Cougar fa s t brea k do\\ n 10 a walk, the Id ahoans ic<'d the game in the late minutes when Turner a nd T ed T hom pson buc keted scv<'n point s in a r ow. V\"1 0\ L 11001' T£n

W.S.C. evened the series with a 45-39 triumph here despite T urner's 17 point barrage, the n ha d an easier time in winnin g the third game b y a 41-30 count on t.he Pu llman floor. Final con t.es t went to the Cougars 43-38, a ltho ugh Turner notched 20 points o n six fi e ld goals and eight free throws befo re he was ejec ted o n personal fou ls.

11 EA ttTilREA KING 4 7-45 overtime loss to Oregon tate ''as the fi rs t of four defea ts the Yandals s uffered at t he hands of the ti tle-,, inning Beavers. P layed in ~ 1 e morial gymnasium, t he gam e was dead locked 4 1-44 when regu lation period e nded , b ut Beaver ~1c 1 utt dropped a fi e!d goa l in the ex tra session for the Yictory margin. Thompson scored 17, Turner 13 points, "hile J oh n ~1 a ndic tallied 16 for Oregon S tate.

0 .. C. cam e from behind in t he second ga me here for a 34-29 triu mph. The andals, leading at halftime, could make o nl y three fi e ld goals in the second half. The Beavers rolled u p two easy wins at Corva llis 49-30 and 53-30 as interest cen 1ere d on Turner's efforts to break t he scoring marl...

'/'Itt> Vntulnl s ttutin g jivP Mtuul.~ at attention ~vith the t·rou;c/ before t h e ot~P nitt K rvhi s lle of o home gn me -with W. S.C.'s Cortl{ar.~ . . . hlalto's y t>ll team and W.S.C.'s l'is ititt g ttwjore t te.~ xta nd in the bnc k ground.

/Jig Ray Trtrtt er (22) re r eiiJCS a e_ass and prepares to break c&rOttllrl hi.~ off-balanced f.:ougarJgnnrd. Snclt ttwtu•u IJer.~, t•oupiNI tvi th his tricky lef t-hnndecl hook s hot, e ttoblecl /Jit< I<ay to s mash JJI'a lly l'almberg's cuul Lnddie Gale's oft/ Nor thern D ivision scoring records.

Foru:u rcl T ecl Thompso n (5) s n eol.路s thro u g h Orego n ployers f or o loy - in . . . ,\ o rm Fre cle kincl (6) rc:otclr es from tlteforegrouncl.

Cen ter R<ry Turn e r ge t :< his famou s c:ice-like lrolll on the ball rdtile ffu :<l.路 y (Job Ford (5) <uul l'ondo/.~ g o up oft e r it.

SCOR ES WA S HI N G T O N S E IH ES

O H E GON S E H I ES

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Oregon-Washington Series Huskies, sensations of the eastern cage c irc uit in their holiday lour, found the underrated Vandal squad a " tough cookie" in the season's ope ners al Sea ttle, but still managed to win bo th ga rne 36-28 and 40-33. \VA UJ NCTON'

li ce Edm undson's crew made it t hree s traight ,,Jtcn they outscored the Va nd als 44路-37 on M emorial gymnasium court. !Iusky height took its Loll after fla y Turner was ousted on fouls in t he las t half. With George Steele and Turner teaming up in scori ng a nd on the backboard, the Vandals knocked the Sea ttle five out of a firs t place deadlock with a 39-32 triumph in the fina l game.

53-39 victor y over t he Vandals in the season fina le a t E ugene was al most los t in the sh uffle as big Ra y Turner sharpened up his shooting eye and blasted northern division scoring records into obli vion with a 192-poin t total.

0n拢CON '

ced ing nine points in the final game to smas h ~ a lly Palmberg' old mark, curl y-h ea ded R ay twined 13 counters before going o ut o n persona l fo uls. The Web feet Look an early lead to defea t the Vanda ls 50-30 in the third game. The t wo-game series in Moscow ended "even-s teven" with the Vandals pu lling the firs t out of the fire 38-36, the Ducks ,, inning the foll owing night 35-30 despite a n 18-point Turner scoring spree .

An Ore~on 8t,tf' plny f'r use.~ George S teele's (12) s houldf'r to boost him self llfJ Lowords the ball . . . Other ployf' rS are T ed TltontfJSOtt (5) and John Mandie (18) on the left liiHl Uay Turn e r (22) and Lew B eck (11) on the rig Itt.

S t e elf' jumps ' way off the floor to get a rebound and lool>s (lrou nd for n Von dol recei ver in the second O. S. C. gome ployefl 011 M e morial gy m court . . . O. S.C.'s John Jl1(ffrdi(路 Ito.~ clwnge(l his jersey to Number 28.

Atkinson paws un·•· th e hats fo•· his fa vol'itc dub Tee! Ka1·a's first s hin e •· . . . in the ring o •· infidd Catc·ht••· Kan1 IH'ings hom <.~ a run aga inst the Hus kies "Now lisst• n , h t''s o ut h ~ a mil e," Coach Twogood says Hudcr B a l Bc'chtol discusses his fa st b a ll w ith T wo~ it'

n the spring, if y ou.' re lis tening . . â&#x20AC;˘ y ou.' ll hear the rra c k of o bat . . . see o s nwll object arc hing hig h out of Jt.1c L eon fi eld . . . baseboll's a ga m e p layed ;, the !<ih o we r

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roorn afte r th e ninth inning

CURVE BALLS

Tutorin g t ltt> 1941 bn.~ebnll t eam u ·os Forres t Twogoocl's la.'lt l clnlw conclting duty before movin g o n to cut Froncisco Unit·er.~ity.

L eft to rig ht : "Ttvogie" reminds Umpire Cf'orgc Clink 11wy be his eyesig ht isn't s o g ood. W. . C. rnnner score.~ 011 n widf• thro w to horne plote ond Catcher Ted Kara.

f>it c ll f' r Di ck S n yfl cr tcnt c hes c• low one go b y in the lflo s hin gto n ser ie s. Looks like " Twogie" lost til at argument tt'i I It U m pire Clink.

First Uo se mcrn Oti s " Roo /; " 1/ilton s lom s o ut o lin e- drice in the rr'o s ltin gton series. Cntc/1er Ted Koro t o u c h es first bose . . . u trifle lo Le.

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BASEBALL to coordinate hilling and pitching, Vandal bascballc rs wer e a ble to win onl y three games while losi ng twelve to fini h in the northern division cellar. The season m a rked the finis h of the I daho coaching career of Coach Forrest Twogood, as the colorful a nd al me ntor bo wed out after five years of tutoring Idaho diamond re presenta ti ves. UNABLE

O.S.C. SE UI E

Pour-h it pitching by Ve ter an Dick Snyder gave the Va nd a ls their on ly win of the Oregon State series by a 2-1 score in the second contes t on t he home fie ld. T he Beavers won the fi rs t thr ee gam es, two at Corva llis, 14-6 a nd S-4, a nd one here, 7-3.

"

O HEGON

EHI E

A last-inning d r ive which ne Lted seven runs gave the l daho nine an uphill 8-7 victory over Oregon's title-win ning tea m in t he mud of McLean fie ld. The Ducks' pote nt balling attack gave them the first t\\O ga mes at Eugene b y scor es of 16-5 and 19-9. The final ga me ''as canceled beca use of rain.

W . . C.

Elt l ES

Was hington ta te took four s traight games from the J daho tea m in decisive fa shion. The Cougars won 3-1 in the opening gam e on the Vandal fie ld. The other t hree contes ts were played at Pullman with t he W. . C. batsmen wio oing, 9-2, 9-l , and 6-5. The final do uble header provided a dismal climax for the fa re well appearance of a Twogood-coached l da ho team.

WAS III NGTON S EIH ES

Batteri ng out 15 hits behind Snyder 's four-hit s huto ut hurling, t he Vandals knocked Washing ton 's ll us kics fâ&#x20AC;˘Âˇom the top of the conference heap with an impressive 8-0 vic tory in the last gam e on the home rlia mo nd. Washing to n ''on the first two games at ealllc 8-5 a nd 4-3, capitalizing on errors in the second ga me to nu llify D a l Bechtol 's fin e pitching effort, t hen squeezed out a 7-to-5 vict or y in the third ga me.

LETTER ME D I CK OTIS

' YOE II

J III.TON

Hou S"'"'"

DAL BEC IITOL

DALE Cr.ARK

JlAIIO LO J E

M . E II I.E LLOYD

A t.

C II ARLES ATK I NSON MAT LF.WIS

KIN S

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Jl\t F OSTim

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ITALO CACC I A

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Andc•·son h cav(•s the di;;cu s far . .. far . . . away

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nces strnined in effort . . . n dns h 's concentrnted drive . . . n mile's slow, lung -burning g rind . .. the twisting, n ll-out snnp of the s hot .. . discu s ... jn velin. Stnrnina a,nd swent . . . conditioning nnd chnrley horses

SHOT PUTS

TRACK SUMMARY ' LAND E H'llt E R ELAYS

Vandal track and field m e n o pe ned their 19 11 season with a second place in the fourth a nnua l Inla nd Empire Relay carnival in the Washington La te armory. The Idaho thinclads wo n four events rn fini shing b e hind Washing ton State and ahead of Whitman.

IDA no- o.

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n Id a ho invasion of Corvallis ended disa tro usly when th e Va ndals fell befor e Oregon S tate's Uea vcrs 76-55. Three meet records were broke n and one equaled as Oregon S tate took nine of the fift een first pla ces. D yrga ll lowe red 1he meet two-mile record with a 9 :40.2 effort, whi le Hell equaled the s ho tput mark set by Berg of I daho in 1935.

IDAHO - WHI TMAN

Running in the mud and rain at Walla Wa lla th e Idaho tracks ters defeated Whitman 73 -57, win ning nine e ve nt s to six for the Missionaries. Idaho's ace distance runners swept the lon ger· races, while Whit man picked up points in the sprints. Leibowitz was a double winner for Id a ho, capturing the 440-yard dash a nd the 880-yard run.

IDAIIO-CIIE ' EY

With Phil Le ibowitz in th(' infirmary, the Idaho scanty-clads we re forced to the limi t to edge Che ney 67-64. .Both teams won seven events, but Va nda l dis ta nce s l a rs a ccoun ted for 1he vic to ry rmu·gin. Sprinter Dale C lark, wh o a lternated be tween baseball a nd track ac ti vity, garnered nine points to tie with n ell and \nderson for hig h point ho nors.

IDAHO- W.S.C.

A powerful Washington S tat e team proved too much for the Id a ho einder men in an easy 91-40 vietory at Pullman. Leibo witz equal ed his nothern di vision mile record ''ith a 4:12.2 tim e, the n sha lle red Le w eely's old Idaho half-mi le record by fo ur seco nds with a 1:52 .3 effort. D yrgall \\ On the two-mile run in 9:32 .5.

IDAHO -M ONTANA

Vanda l track and fi eld me n fini shed tlwir dual m eet season losing to M o ntana 68 to 63 on Mc Lean Field. The G rizzlies took eight of the fo urteen fi rs ts . Liebo"itz, released fro m the infirmary only three da ys before, shaved l\\ 0 econds off his o wn mee t record in the 880-yard run.

When Leibowit z snapped this tat~e in 4:09.3 he luu) jini.~hef.l theffJS ti'~:<t outdoor mile in the twLion during 1941 ; /tad cstnblishell n ti C IV llerkeley S todiu m record ; lwll s hattf•rerl the old Pacific Coas t Cot~fercn cf' rf'rorcl of <1: 11.6 ltelll by U.S.C.'s Zampcrini. A torrid t9-s e<·ond los t quarter f! n ve the Vandnl s tnr n two-y nrd mnrg in over Wee d of U. S .C.

Dnle Clur lc .~llrfJri.~P.• North e rn D iv i s ion s print s tars by pluc inl( fonrth in th(• 100-yor<l das h . . . Jl1ilo A nde r so n g i ves the clisc n.~ n h N t VP thnt g arners a fir s t place in the di.vi sionot m ee t .. . Ln VPrn IIPll di.~ploys g ood s h o tput f ortn l•g oin.• t ~1on tonn t o brPnk l duho' s iron-ball record . . . L eibowitz hit .• the t(lpe in n 4:20 mile to d efend his d ivi s ion crown.

Rro okly n - fJrPd Pltil (, pibowit::: b egan bre nking tra c lr. records lt t l dnlw rig ht lifte r h e checked ou.t n pair of ".•pike:J" .front j i rn f l 11n t bnc h 's equ.iprne nt roo rn n s n fr eshnwn. lie dirln ' t q11it nntil h e hnd cli rnloxed three yeu r.~ of I'. C . C. NHnpPtition wi t h n r ecord- s rnos hing 4:09.3 u tile o t thP CQ(I .•t rnee t lo s t spring .

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The result of a season of hard work by Coach .\like R yan and the Idaho team beca me evident at the northern di vision championships at Pullman when the Vandals fi nishcd third with 30 and 2/ 5 points ... highe l total ever compiled b y an Idaho team in the divisional meet. Leibowitz successfully defended his mile c hampionship by wi nnin g in 4:20, while D yrgall turned in a fa s t 9:28 t wo- mi le victory. Anderson won the discus, and Make la and Kerby fini shed in a five-way tie for pole vau lt honors. Other 1J a ho point s were scored by Clark, White, Dwyer, Be ll , and Ryan. PAC I FI C COAST

Paced b) the sensa tiona l performance of Phil Leibowitz, a Len-ma n Vandal team scored 14 points to fini s h fifth in I he Pacific Coast championships.

I daho led Oregon, ~ ashington, Oregon State, .\{onlana, and t:.C.L.J\. in scoring. Leibo,,ilz set a new coast mile record of 4:09.3, fastest ou tdoor mile in the nation in 1941. Vic Dyrgall uno ffi eially beltered the Idaho two-mile record with 9:21.5 in finishing second to oel Williams of W . . C., wh ile Bob White ran a 4:19 mile in fi nishing fou rth in the mile run. Other Idaho points ca me when Bell fini s hed fourth in the shotput and A nde r soon too k fifth in the di scus.

HI C TE N-P.C.C., AND NATIONALS

Hunning und er wraps Leibowitz jockeyed into third place in the Big T e n-P.C.C. meet mile race. D yrgall fail ed to place in the t wo-mile event. One of the r ank in g favorites in the .C.A.I\. , Lei bowitz slum ped badly in fa iling to fini sh among the l op men.

lligh-jlyitr l( Ceorl(e .llakela tw d Darrell K e rby rlisployed o Juw c kfor t"CIIIItill;t aboee the 13-foot nwrk lost s p rin;t to go tiH•r points for ldo ho in tlwt eeent. They fin i shed in ofit·e-tnt.Y tie for fJOie t·ault honors at the .Vorthern Di cision m eet . . . llt ertwtin;t betu:een boseboll ond trock os ldolto's "o nre-in-a-rdtil('" sprinter, D ole Clark copped tlturlt needecl points in tile dosl1 eeents. An oil-around athle t e, C lork tcon feller .• in football and baseball as tcell as truck.

Jlil' Dy rg al.l jini.~he.~ .fi.r s t in I h e Northe rn Div i s ion twon t ile run . . . /Jill Pi<'dtno n t ge t s han路une r-thro w ing

pointl'rR from Coo l' h Milw R y nn . . . Dale Clctrk and 1/arold " IJull" DuriJont flni s h one-t wo in the 100-y ard <lo .d t a g ain s t M o n lana . . . hluho's f our dis tance a ces: L e ib owit z, D wyer , Dy r goll, and Whi te .

Tire less Vic Dy rg all i s the f e llo w who in t roduced p e rp e ttual m o t io n t o t h e Jla nclol c ross -c ountry and trac k t etun.s . Onl' of the nation's s Ut n clou t distnnce rnnne r s, IH' Ira .~ diffil'ult y in findin g rflces long e noug h .for him.. nunnin g t o l'ttllnwtl ond bac k throng hou t the year i.~ part of hili rigorou s troining sc h e <lnle .

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T op: lda lw ha rrier.~ (left) get a la te start in the I'CC m.eet at I/ ill Jltiliwry Acacle m y but .finish in front of pack. Bottom.: Van dal and Wl1itm.an ,l1issionary harrie rs stride arourul A1c Lean field's track before taking or.Lt over the h illy crossco u n try course.

WASlllNCTON STAT E

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Va nda l ha rriers took their firs t s tep towa rds a n undefeated season with a 20-42 victory over Washington S tale, th eir sixth over the Cougars in seven years. Ida ho l"Unncrs ca ptured six of the first seven places, a lthough Cougar ocl Williams placed firs t, edging out Vic Oyrgall 19:37. Bob White, Bob Dwyer, LaMarr C hapman, S ted Johnston, and John Thomas fo llowed Dyrga ll a nd Williams in.

Runnin g o n a makeshift course after heavy rains had turned the Idaho course into a quagmire of mud , th e Va ndals down; d Montana 21-41 to main tain their undefeated record. John Thomas, Francis McG uire, a nd ted J ohnston finished in the first three spots ahead of Montana's rmstrong. T ime for Thomas was 18 minutes Aat.

Bon D" YEn WH I TMAN

With all l ette rm e n on th e sidelines, Vandal reser ve easil y defea ted Whitman 20-43. Seven of the firs t eight places went to Idaho cr oss country representa ti ves. Roy Griffin, Whitman freshman, beat I daho's J ack Ragla nd by six seconds, fini shed in 17:15. Following R agla nd were Sam Auger, Bill F t路eeburg, Pa ul Thome, Jim Babin, Bob M cL augh lin, a nd Oa JTCII Dolg ner.

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Bac k row, IPjt to right: Ed Thurston, Harold Stroschein, John Thomas, J ack R agland, Sted Johnston, If/alL Ettinger, B ert J~1engher, La Jlfarr Chap tnan, J>aul Thome, Coach Jl 1ike /ly nn. Front row: Cene Luntey, Bill Free burg, Bob D wyer, Bob White, Francis ft1cCt~ire, Jack ft f c Laughlin , ntn Auge r.

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consccu ti vc Paci fi e coast intercollegiate cross coun try championship came easy for the Vandals as six of M ike Rya n's dis tance stars finished in t he firs t ten. Ida ho scored 19 points for a new team record, whi le La nford a nd Oregon Stat e trailed far be hind with 70 a nd 72 points resp ec tively.

legiate grind a nd on t he same course, the Vandal thincl ads paced the fo ut路-mile orthwes t A.A.U. c hampio ns hip meet. Iron man D yt路ga ll set a blist ering pace for the field in c ha lking up a n ew record of 20: 51 for his second vic tor y of the clay.

Machineli ke Vic Dyr ga ll monopolized individual honors, fini s hing firs t in 20: 15, well ahead of teammates White and Dwyer. D yr gall's time was o nly six seconds o tT the old record of 20:09.5 set by Oregon talc' D o n Vaillc ncour t in 1939.

o lea rn Litle was awarded, a lthough Idahoans fin ishe d in the firs t seven places. For his individual efforts D yrgall r eceived a trophy . R agland, Ber t \ l ea gher, White, C hapma n, Ward Stroschein, and Thoma fin ished behind the Brooklyn star.

Vandals Chapman and Thomas were less than a minute be hind the firs t three Idaho finishers, to give t he cha mpion five of the firs t seven places.

T he Idaho performance was the firs t t ime i n modern cross country h is tor y that the sa me t eam had partic ipated in two meets on the same day a nd won both.

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V ic llerllu s, Warre n /Jriggs, C lw se A nder son, Watkin s K e rs haw, Bill TPillia. m :,~, George U11te rnaltre r , Cordon Ross, Torn W e lls, and Coac h B ob Knox

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/Jill Willicuns, I 15 -pound sophomore, mixes i t tcilft Jrl• . C .'s M ik e Ne lso n

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a slow start in d ua l compe tition, the Va ndal box ing team moved into hi gh gea r to place third in the Pacific Coast champio nships, and bring ho me two individual titles. Fi nancial and transportation d ifficulties forced the Vandals to forego defense of the ir na tional c hampions hip at Baton R o uge. ~ i th Knox at the he Im for the first t ime, the Id aho mittmen opened their season by winning six of seven bouts agains t Le wis to n ormal at Lewis to n. A makeshift Vandal team battled the Loggers to a 3~ -3 ~ d raw in a re turn match here. Was hington Sta te's experienced leather slingers won two d ua l meets from I daho. The Cougars took the firs t at Pullman 6-2, then r e peated here 5-3. Ve to Berllus floored W . . C.'s Bud D eYoung in the second meet after 40 seconds of the second round. Id a ho split with Gonzaga, the Bulldogs winning AFTER

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in Spoka ne 4 ~ -3~, the Vanda ls evening the co unt at Moscow 5-3. Sophomore Bill Williams ka yoed Tony Felice of the Zags, and Chace Anderson decisio ned Bulldog J erry Cohen in the second meet to gain revenge for old set -backs. In a n a uspicio us home s tart, Idaho defeated Oregon la te's touring millmen 5-3. Berllus made his initial 1942 bo ut a s uccessful one by decis ioning bearded Warre n Sima s of the Beavers. Bcrllus and Wi lliams ca rried the Vandals to third place in the coast tournament. Williams won 1he 14>5-pound title, w hile la nky Berllus took heavyweight honors. Gordon R oss, Idaho 120-pounder, lost out in the semi-fina ls, while \V arren Briggs a nd Anderson dropped firs t round matc hes. Wa hing to n Sta te won the tea m title with 22 points, foll O\\ ed b) San Jose with 19, a nd Tdaho wi th 16.

Wilfiums rrtshes in to tie up his Congc'r opponent aft er missi n g . .. Shoot yo nr right , Dt&rrell Lott, thnt Coug(lr's wi(/e open! . .. B erllu s m ea11nres off O.S.C.'s W arre n S imas . . . Anderson ties n t> /Je<l vcr j ack Wells, who m.is.~es tvith a left

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A WELL·BALA CEO Vandal ski t ea m topped off its eig ht-meet schedul e wi th a second place in the Pacific Coas t Conference m eet at Mount Rainier, second consecuti ve year th ey have finished in that position. Sixth place in th e atio nal Inter collegiate meet a t Sun Valley a l o went to the Idahoans. Ve ter an Phil Conley a nd Jack Vanrla l indi vidu al work.

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V ANO \L fe ncers placed t hird in the northern division fencing m ee t at Seattle after recording o ne triumph agai ns t three defeats in d ua l mee t compe titio n. The Idaho foilmc n spilled Was hin gton's Hus kies for their one vic tory a nd los t only to W.S.C.'s championship squad in the di vision m eet. Captain George R edford paced the Vandals in their c•·cdita hlc di vision showing with five victories in six matches, good for second p lace in indi vidua l ratings.

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t he s ting out of a disas tro us Va ndal wrestling season as L a Vern Bell a nd Capta in l lan k Jura n copped ho nors in the no rlhern division tourney. Td a ho ma tmen fini she d fo urth in the di vision m eet after Oregon S t a le, W ashingto n, a nd Washing to n

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Swimming Co"SC J E~TIO coaching effort of S tuden l-me n lor Bill Pied moot did little to salvage Idah o's und e rm a nne d sw im t ea m "hi c h lost a ll dua l m eets a nd tra i:ed o ther northern division schools in the cha mpionship m eet. Bri ghtest s pot, however, was the championship di ving of R a lph H olli n gsworth , who we nt undefea ted in dual meet compe tition a nd fini shed second in the divi sion lll <'e l.

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Rifle Team I o \11 0 R.O. T. C. rifle t eam m e mbers c limaxed a brilliant dual m eet season by winning their second co nsecutive inth Corps Area intercollegiate wire matc h. The Va nda l marksm en also caplured the W ill iam Randolph H earst trophy and fini shed second in the Pacific Northwes t inter coll egiate m eet at Cor va ll i ~;, Oregon.

The l da ho s harpshooters won 25 of 27 du a l mee ts during the regular season. At Gem press Lime they were s till fi t·i ng in the a ti ona l R.O.T.C. matches.

Don . ln ([e r son , Art A c uff, S tee le Barnett, /Jilll'i{'{[mont, Coach C(tfJtain Ralr~h 1/ollingsu·orth, Alle n f"ield, /Jyro n Tltomns, J e rry O ' Connor, Bill /Jmul hlalto and lr1 . S.C. nte nnen poise for the of n tlash et•e tl.L . . . R ex 1/ollingsII'Ortlt tlis pi"Y" chantpions hip form in " bm·k dit·e . . • Lt. Otto A. Nelson c hecks Ol'f'r /lob Uobbin s' targe t score . .~ tart

Bill Wri g ht, A1f•rlt• Smtg.~tad, Don Gray, Sgt. Robe rt L . M e ador, /lob S f•(l[c , Martin Fry, IJob Robbins, Lnwre n ce Dou g la s Lt. Otto Nelson, c oac h jint C(l.nning, Bart Crt>tt, Annour Anderson, Bob O ' Connor, Gene Bns.~e tt , Conlon Dailey

TENNIS VANDAL racke t wielders climaxed a somewhat drab tennis season with a s trong fini s h to capture third place in the northern division tille meet. lone victory over ~lontana rC\\ arded effor ts of the Idaho team in d ua l competition while they "were taking it on the chin" from W.S.C., ~ ashing ton, O.S.C., Oregon, a nd Whitman. KENT B A IIIIBII

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GOLF \Vrru o E lo ne le tterman returning from Idaho's 1940 golf team, Vandal linkmen fou nd confer e nce competitio n tough a nd defeated only ~M o nta na in a season of seven meets. W.S.C. , Oregon State, Oregon, a nd Washington all outscored the Vandal mashie bri gade, the Cougar squad turnin g the trick t wice. 1 n the no rthern divisio n meet, t he Vanda ls finished las t while Oregon ca rried ofT the t eam title. C •uRLI E

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1'op: S poh:une's Btu/ lr/ard, national antateur c hamr>ion , 1/ri ves down the l duho .fairway w ltile a stud e nt ga llery looks on. /Jotton: Corwin Dal'i(/so n , Hud N iemun , /larry S n ea d , ' tall Jones, Charles /Jore n , William C. Ca mt>bell.

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Whitenwn, Del Ou:ens, /Jill Celib erti, J oe Kadluboski, Wnlt Ruderfer, George Frick, Lo Vern B ell. Third row: J erry Eide, /Jill Grey, Clwrles f•ta stino, Ly le K erby, R o bert Williants, Joe Cole, Fre d John son , Don Whiting. Second r ow: /lob p iker, Harold Bnteson , W e ndc llllinc h c liff, Chuck Thonw s, John /Job Briggs, John LeMoyne, i\1ilt on U nts t e in, Frank Sc haub. F•·onl •·ow: Jac k Sc hutte, Art Lnng loi .~, Lnrry Gwartney, 1\1iljord Mo .~c.~, /Jill Brown, Gordon Fribe rg , Ly le l~ng­ n un, llnrold Seecl.s, Couch .f. A. " Bube" Bro w n .

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U ' DEFEATED in three ga mes, the Bro'' n-coached freshman football t ea m had its most successful season in many years. \Vashington State, I ontaoa, a nd Gonzaga first-year teams fell before the Va ndal Babes. Opening against Montana at Kellogg, the Idaho yearlings won 6-0 when D el Owens scored on a 55-yard pass interception. One more Va ndal touchdown on a blocked p unt by Joe Kad luboski was ca lled b ack because of a n off-side penalty. The freshme n came from beh ind to defea t Washington State 13-7. John Evans scored twice for I daho on e nd arounds, while Owen's triple threa t play was outstanding. Concluding the season, the Vandal Babes won their onl y home game by outscoring Gonzaga's Bullpups 19-9. Owens, Evans, an d C huck Thomas all counted touchdowns for the I daho frosh.

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BASKETBALL Ba c k row: Co a c h J. A. " ll abe "

Brown, /Job /J urns, Jny G(liiO , llill Jonas, Bob Obendo rj, /Job S tratton , H e rsc h el /Jere nter, nwnngPr. Frnnl row: De l Owens, .fohn Evltns, .lint Swnrbrick, /Job lly <tn, lloyd linnsen, J(lck llart.

PLAYT ' C more like varsity hoops ters t ha n freshmen, th e Vandal Babes fini s hed a shortened season with nine consecutive vic tories. A clean sweep of t he fourgame series with Washington Sta te fresh men p•·oved the season's high sp ot.

Other victories ca me over Le wis ton orm al, Kellogg All-Stars, and the Ferdinand town team. With a heavy reser ve of ma t erial, the Babes rolled up almost 400 points a nd outscored opponents by 10 poin ts per game. For ward Bob R y an led the scoring with 9 L points.

FROSH TRACK Back row: Ben /ly nn , nU111agf'r ; Ed

Thurston, Ja ck Ra g lrwd, GlwriPs Robin s, Walt Ettinger, Ja c k Mo.sll er, Bill Mount, /Jill Fref'bu rg, Coac h 1\1ike R yan. F ront ro w: llarolcl trosc h e in , Wayne McGuire, /Job J\1cLa.nghlin, Mar vin A r~ llerson , J im, Babin, Jnc k Win g, Durrel D olg n er, JJob Vorule rharr.

THREE-li EET schedule provided much-needed experience for a 15-ma n fres hman track squad. Strong only in the dis tance runs, t he Vandal Babes still managed to make a cred itable s howing in meets with Whitman, E. W.C., a nd Inland E mpire Relay entran ts.

Outst anding on the fres hma n roster were J ack Ragland, Ward Stroschein, a nd Jim Babin, dista nce runners, and Wayne McGuire in the hurdles a ncl weight events.

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base ba ilers s al vaged the remna nts of a med iocre season by a n even

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split in their four-game series wit h Washingt on S t a t e's firs t-year me n. The l da ho year li ngs dropped t wo one-run decisio ns to Lewis ton

o rrn a l in their

other games. Cla r k Woods a nd Keith P arks were winning pitchers in Vandal Ba be victo ries, while t he s tickwo rk of J ack T ewhey, Don Bl ackburn , a nd Bill M a ng um paced the offe nse.

MISCELLA NEOUS FROSH SPORTS

E m i l T acous k y, G eorge l oset, 1(/(/i son Foss, Jint Sl one, Vi r tor T ay lor, John L e ilfoyne.

John l'ipe r , Dean Wac l.:erli , /Jru t•t•

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.I daho's freshma n te nnis tea m bro ke even

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m their o nly mee t, each squad winning t wo event . Don Ca rlson a nd G us R a nzinger accounted for the Vandal points wit h wins in the singles. Hod ney Fros t wa the o t her Vanda l Babe netter.

E m ula ting t he exa mple se t by varsit y ha rriers, the freshm a n cro s coun try tea m fini s hed it

t wo-meet season undefeat ed. T he Vand a l 13abes e ked o u t

a t wo-point decisio n over Washi ngton St ate 27-29, a nd r oll ed up a 20-43 victor y over W hitm a n. D ave S t iclolph and Bob Eyesto ne wer·e awa rded freshm a n nu m era ls.

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El vador Ritte r, Prances Senburg, A lle n S tanle.v .

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INTRAMURAL C unr 'l k'\ H \ LL I captured its seco nd s uccessive a ll -u ni ver it y touch footb a ll cha mpionhip as t he 194 1-1942 intra mural progra m go t under wa y. The C hris ma n gridders won dec isively o ver P hi D elta Thet a 24-0. The volle yba ll crown went to the .T.O. sq uad, whic h defea ted Chr is ma n H all I 15-8, ] 5-10 in the fin a ls. In the t a ble ten nis co m pe ti tion, Lindley H a ll ca me out o n top by r dging o ut P hi D elta Thet a. W illis weet b as ke t ball t ea ms monopolized hono rs in th at s por t. Willis Sweet I won the C lass hoop t itle wit h a n easy 43-28 vic tory o ver L . D . . , las t yea r 's c ha mpio ns. I n C lass B compe tition Willis Sweet defea ted the Id a ho Clu b 32-19 for the ch a mpio nship. Lind ley H a ll triumphed in t he riAe contes t, with S. A. E. in second pl ace. P hi G amma Dell a s wim me rs won t he t ank title with a fi ve-poin t ma rgin over Wi llis Sweet.

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INTRAMURAL L1 DLEY H ,\LL was leading in total intramural points at Gem press time with track, softball, horses hoes, a nd golf yet to be contested. Lindley had 970 poi nts to 950 for A.T.O., while Swee t H all, 943; Kappa Sigma , 885; and Sigma Chi , 800, were close behind. Alpha P hi C hi officers during the year we re Dale Reynolds, presid ent; Don Robertson, vice-president; Dick Sny der, secre ta r y; Dic k Harland, treasurer. Sweet Hall \\ on i ls third intra mura l champions hip in four years during the 1940it edged out A.T.O., 1575 to 1540. In winning, wee t de throned Phi D elta The ta, c ha mpions the previous year.

1941 season a

A.T.O. won four intramural plaques during the season by capturing titles in table tennis, Class B bas ke tball , swimming, a nd go I f. Swee t won the volley ball plaque ; Chris man copped the touch footb all awat路d ; L. D.S. won plaques in C lass A bas ke tball and rifle; Idaho C lu b annexed the track award ; D elta Tau D elta took the softball plaque; Sigma Chi a nd C ampus Club split in the horseshoe final s.

Upper l eft: "B" Leag ue basketball winners tvere S wee t n~en. Lower left: S we et rnen rnade a clean sweep by taking the " A " Leng u e hoop chnmpion~hip. Lower right: This triojro nt Lindley won the ping p ong title. U pper rig h t: S oftball action. on the flia rnond betwee n Sweet cw.d Memorial Gy m.

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.\lod t· •·n Dan{'<' uH· •nbc•·s s trike a ·'g•·accful" po;.;c

It takes good hal an(•c fo•· this tumblin g act to s u cceed Dol'is .J o hnson s inks a haskt·t on " 'omen's gym co urt Putting s pin on th e hall is Cha mp .\Je...-ie Lu Klocpfc •· "a ~ he tlw~ 'n· tl'~ in~ t o spell so m e thing . . . ma ) be

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POINT SYSTEM

1 illarguret ,lly ln e, in s tru c tor ; Jane tte L. Wirt, a ssociate professor und h eltd of Physical Educlltion for 117ome n ; Frances Bll scom, instructor; illrs . W. 11. /Joyer, inst ru c tor

Rachel S way ne, Loi .~ R eam, Virg inill Anderson, Alttt JW'ne MuiiPr, l'at Unter nohre r, l'hy llis t•aynter illiss Jl1argoret Jl1y l.n e, Marjory Crrtickshank, Verle Brtrstedt , lle le n Cu m.[~bell, M e rl Delp

F I VE wO,lE qu a lified for m embership in the Wome n's " I" Club this yea r. Earning the n ecessa r y 1 ,250 point s for the ir swea ters a nd me mbers hips were Phyllis Pay nter, Barbara White, Aha \lac )1ullin, Vera ell }amc . and Lois Hcam.

Officer of the athle tic gro up, s ponsor of a s pecial lei ure time activ itit"s program for a ll \\Omen tudcn ts, \\ ere: \Jerle D elp , president ; ll e le n Ca mpbell, vice-president; Ve d e Bur s t e d , secre ta r y-treasurer; and Pat Unternahrcr. hi s tor·ian .

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UNDER A scoring system devised by the association, women earning 100 points m the after-school hour sports are eligible for me mberslllp in the " Tomen's Athletic Association. Wo me n earning 1,250 points are awarded women's " 1" swea ters. H ele n Campbell, who has earned over 2,000 points this year in W.A.A., was presented with an " I" blanket, highest individu al W.A.A. award given. The associa ti on pledged 82 wome n February 17, who made the necessary points. W.A.A. spon sors a p ic nic for all fre shmen women each fall , a nd an awards banquet in May. Ph yllis P aynter is president; Pat U nternahrcr, vice-president; H elen Newman, correspondin g secretary; Barbara Long, recordin g secre tary; Rachel Sway ne, treasurer; Mrs. Frances Bascom, advisor. Doris Johnson is leisure sports head , M e rle Delp, basketball ; Peggy Massey, softball ; Marjorie C hilds, tennis; Beverly Weber, badminton; Rae C leare, swimming; D orothy Ann Outzs, rifle; Mary Fran Marshall, horseshoe and s huffie board ; K ay Paynter, golf; Pat Bowlby, archer y; Mer rie Lu Kloepfer, ping-pong; an d Belly D e tweiler, publicity.

/Je tty Detweiler, Peggy Massey, Jo Sc hwenkfehler, Dorothy Ann Out::ss, Lorene Bales, Pat Unternaltrer, Alta 1l1ae 1l1ullin, Mary Fran Mars hall, l'hy lfi.~ Pay nter, Merl Delp lfelen Campbell, Ruth E llen Jackson, Dori s Johnson, Ve rrt Nell J lunes, Betty Armstron g

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feminine athletes carried off early honors in W.A.A. class tournament sports for this year l\ith triumphs in both speedball and volleyball tourname n Ls. harps hooting freshmen hoopsters, however, edged them in the baske t ba ll final s by a 37-36 count. When The Cern was "put to bed " the golf tourn ament had not yet been played. SoPHO.'IIORE

W.A.A. contest a nts who place on first-string teams get 100 points, second team contes tants arc awarded 50 points, and all other participants get JO poi nts apiece. Total points are tabulated for indi vidual sweaters and for " I" hlankcts.

of wom en participants in individual tournaments prove t ha t tea m s ports a re no t the only ones they turn out fo r. THE L .\RCE

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Comely sopho mo re l\l e rrie Lu Kloepfer won the W.A.A. ping-pong title, while to p ho nors in the s huffle board tourney went to Alta Mae :\lullin. \1arjorie C hilds Lopped the horseshoe contestants, and Beverly \Veber won the badmin to n to urname nt. Ma rjorie C hilds a nd Beverly Weber were finali s ts in the tennis meet when Th e Gem went to press. Corine Williams, E lnora Arms, a nd Mary Jteynold s were give n a rche r's ra ting this spring for bow a nd arrow work .

Club m e n amble down the hill for a mid- day lunch Delta Chis polis h window paneM in a s pring clean- up Nothinp; like a bow tie for b lood, s weat, and t ear s Alpha <:his cook up a late-hour tmack ••• under cover What the m a ilma n ea n't do t o \lorn' s home- cooking An c xc h a np;ee Jla uses to m eet the Ka ppa housemothe r Gro up d a n c('s •• • social fees • • • Sweet 's Phi

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Bon ELLtNCSON

V iet>· Preshlt>nt St>crt>tary

B u o EuronE

JOY CE Mrm CElt ~frca!utrer

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J err y Skiles

C raig<> \1 a nning

Tad :Kiclson LI N DL EY HALL

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Fr an!. Dillon

Bud Elm or<> J erry O' Conner

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Bur t M cughcr

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Nolan ' Veeks

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Pan Hellenic Council See that little Mary doesn't view "Paradise" prior pledging . . . Final arbiter: Dean Olson . . . Two representatives p er house.

President

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Lorene Rach Arloin e Schmidt

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H elen J eanne Brink ''<' anda Kimes Norma L ou

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BETA

B ett y D etweiler Mary Ellen Dunkle

KAPPA A LPHA THETA

Gay Bonman Vera

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Joyce K enworthy Mary Fran Marshall

A nde r,on Collier James J\iarsball Schmidt

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S E N IOR S

Bet t y Downing

lluth Manlabl

Doro thy Dunlat>

) J arga rc t

lleleu Hill man

Dorotf,y Va r ner

Tomlinson

J U tOR S

Ph yllis Blake more

J\J a r il) n J\J oore

Hever ly Brainard

Lorenc Ro ch

BeLLy Hale

Arlene Voboril

Barbara Leocf,

Corrine Wi lliams

SOPIIOMOil E S

J ean Adamson

Marily n Jon es

Lauretta Gibbs

Barbara Lohrenz

Jreue Glabe

IT arrict M cC urdy

~I a xi oe

Madel yn Mason

Grover

J leleo Louise Jon es

Arloine Schmidt

F' R ESIJ\1 EN

VI oil y Bradbury

P eggy Massey

Viola Dah men

Barbnru Mea rs

Betty French

BeLLy Olso n

\ l argaret Gunson

} O)Ce Penwell

Doris llenderson

J ea n Schoenhals

Marjor ie Miller J ones

Mar y Stockslager

M' ary McCabe

Viola Wicks

Adam10n Do~nin1 Grover

Olakemore Ounla1> Cuneon

Jones.. lleleu .\l ard a hi

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Brainard Gihb• Hender80n Leach

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Alpha Phi * * * Purl 011(•- jor Red Cross . . . Pledges hurried their English composition , upperclassmen took timP out to knit an ajglwtt . Brain Baby Bumside took their frosh scholarship cup.

S ENIOR S

Virginiu Anderson 1ormu

Mary E llen Jordon

Diet er

Vir ginia Keet on

Christine Fu vre

Marion Rice

Bett y J o J e ffers

Katherine Tuller

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Delphine \ldccoa

Winona K emp

\t argurct B ueh eii Pr

Hazel Morbeck

Jani ce

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lacey Molt

Bett y J o Bal.es

Tielen

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Eunice Dieter

R oberta Swanson

Ca rm eli ta G ucrnscy

Betty Turner R ose m ary \..;' ilson

SOPHOMORES

Beverl y Cumphcll

H elen Lothrop

J eanne Glindcman

Edna Lueylle Roberts

Margaret Guthman

Kathr yn Robi nson

Lucile II ul verso n

Rose Starr Mary Shewnack

largarc t ll umilton Be lly HolTma n

Virginia Weisbrod nn e \Yhiteman

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Ander.-on Ournlljde

Dieter~ . llalversen Jone"' LClthrQI•

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Dieter. E. Guthman

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K eeton, V. J\lott

Slu~wnack

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Motzko Slot cr

Cha rlo lle Arrivee

May Ruford Jones

M argarcl Burnsi de

C lara Johnson

adin o Co mni ek

:Billie Keeton

Put Jl un n a

J ean MacRae Maxine S latter

Forney Hall

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S E N IOR S r~ l canor

Allurd

Vivian Mooers

Burburu Bcuch

Eva Nelson

Veri c Burs ted t

Blanche Onst ot

ll clcu Camph cll

H elen R obertson

Kathl ee n Chris ti an

Mi ldred Rowe

Jane Ellen Cunningh am

Laura Runck

J une Cou yd

Barbara Sher win

J oyce ll ilfikcr

Betty Sla y ton

Louise Kuhcl

Torma St eele

Be lly

~I ackin

I iria m

June Stein

I ai cr

Mildred W'es tebdahl

JU

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Vivi un Bohmun

Mild red Mallory

Do nn a Burditt

Mona M eyers

Viviun Culdwell

Rowena Nordb y

Marie Comnick

Ka thleen Orr

l~llcn

Liviab Oslund

Cox

Arlr nc Oco buld

Josephine Palmer

Mar ga ret Dunlap

Ma xine R eeves

Alice Fullon

Hazel R enn er

Madlinc Greco

Lois Richwine

Elaine ((arring ton

Ma vis Seheupbach

Ma rylu

Jen ~en

L<>is J ohnso n

June Sor enson Dorothy Spence Virginia Wi ckman

A l bo Oarne@c. J. Ca mpbell Ocoba lcl , Ann Franson

A llard flcoch Chri tH ian O eoh o ld , Arl. G reco

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Kinsley Brown

J im Sp offord

Bob Ingrah a m

D ick S till

R oy Kuehn er

Bob Swisher

Bill Lconurd

teve Utter S tan Va rner

J UNIORS

Allen Ba unchcr

Fred Grec nlidd

A vercll Clarl..

Bob Korm a n

K enne th Crowell

\V arren Lauer

Wes E vans

Bill R eed

J ohn Gael..cl

\\ ay oe R odcbacl..

Dick Gord on

Eli Schwalbe

SO I'II O liO R E S

George Campbell

Bill K enn ed y

K eith Daniels

Bill Mangum

Ralph Oidricksoo

J esse :\1o m berge r

Ja ck J ullian

Isaac

l oor

BoiJ Walkley

Cecil Bridges

P aul Laug hlin

Bill D cinhard

Jim Miller

Oau(l.('iler Cro"'elt

Don D as hi els

Fra nk Murph y

J ulinn Lautthlio

D ee Gra y

elso n Parker Jim

~'okcrsei n

t->~ anA

Moor

Sdowolbe V1arner Wa lk ley Woke.r&.ieu

B ridse~t

Danielt

Gordon Ken ned, Leonard \lurph y

Spoffor d

Bro"- n

o ..hiell

C ra) K orman ~f un•um

Parl er Soill

Ca rn1lh~ll

D e i nhard G reenfield Kuehner Miller Reed S wi 8he r

C la rk D idri lbt"n Tn,;:raham

Lauer ~lornber•tr

R od e b ack Utter

143

Delta Gam1na

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" lfa1111ah's" a breezy lass ... Chains o frat pin to h(•r flllchor , keeps a Mortar Board badge in th e dresser drawer . . . /Joosts her house mother.

S&N t ORS

J a ne Barrett

Anne P eavey

Elizabeth Bracken

Mary R e therford

Oorotll y Coon

Cy nthi a Samms

Elinore Finch

ancy Savidge Barbara Simpson

Wanda Kim es

)fary \\' ard

orma Lou McMu rra y Patricia \\ eiser

J UN I OHS

Betty R ae Ap pling

P atri cia Holden

Kathl een Ash

J ea nn e lluntt·r

\1 ar y E lea nor Bed well

P atsy McGrath

Beverl y Bis tline

Esther Lee

t\ 1arjorie

Crui ckshanl..

' ancy Jun e

icl.ol~

taffonl

B arbara Su tcliff

\la r y Gano

J oanne Tretner

P a ul ine Ilawlcy ll ele n Wilson

S01' 11 0 '101l ES

Marga ret Bacon

Adene Jl yde

Claire Bracke n

Pla via Lee

llelcn J eanne Brink

Constan ce \l acCallttm

i\1 arjorie Call

Evely n J\l ac Ka)

Bc u y Chester

Arlene J\l cBean

Winifred Christianson

E ldene Mulcall y

Marilyn F owles

Beth R eidel

r;;ilee n Ilawley

Nancy R obinson

P a t H ea t h

M.aryella San ford

Fit ES II \1 El' \t>Piins llistlino Chri8tir•n80n Cauo

ll)de

McCrn cle Heyuoltl• Snvid go 'l'ho mnA Wei ~er

A•h Oracken,

C.

Coon II a" ley. E. Kirne8 McMurruy

lliedel Si mpson, D. Tre lne r Wheeler

Wil&<>n

142

Babcock Bracken, .E. Coppock

Bacon Drink

H awley, P.

Hea th

Lee Mulcahy

M acCallum Nicl •ole

Robinson Si ru p&On. 1\1_. Ward

llul>f'

Cruic-k~honk

Stull'ord

Barrett Call Finch H olden \l ac Kay Peuvey Sa mm s Stillinger

Bed,.ell Cbeoter 1-'owlc•

Belly Babcock

Marilyn Simpson

H unter

" c Ocau lletherrord Sanrord S utcliff

P a tri cia Coppock

Margaret Stillinge r

Mar y R ey nolds

Elaine Thomas

Judith Rupp

Ann Wheeler

Delta Delta Delta * 1£xotic . .. Acwlcmic- ... JWelodiou.~ ... Commodious (tuartl•rs . . . . Lambd" Chi alliullces . . . SA I , Cardinal K<>y, lltfurtar Board spo11sorship.

SEN IOR S

O live Bidne

Ell yne Hallman

Lucy Adele Dillingham

M ari an H ea th

Kay Durham

Ka y Schn eider

JUN I Oit S

Marjorie Ann Brunger

Elea nor Johnson

M eril yn Burford

Ita .\l ac Mullin

S hirle y C lark

Curoly n

' o rri s

Virginia C lark

J oyce Tucker

Dorothy E r icksou

Virginia Young

SOPHOMOilES

Virginia Bc nn c lle

H elen Sims

Poll y Bulkley

Lillian T egan

Lo rraine Tiallman

Anne Thompson

Ruth

Billie Lou Va n llipcr

larie K nolcs

Maxine Mulro ney

Kathl een VI' oodworth

FRES II\IEN

J ean Bonneville

Elea nor J o hn sto n

Be tty Brown

Jl clen Kn aggs

Erlene Cornwall

H ose Lessin ger

l\liriam Cunning ham

Ann Potwin

J ean Gray

Pat Potwin

\\'ili a Hill

Ruth Roberts

Marvel H oux

Eli za IJ eth S prag ue Glyde Whitsell

Bennett Burford Dillin« ham Heath

Knau•

Norris S ims

Van ltiper

Oidne Clark. S. Erickson H i ll Knole8

l,ot"in. A.

~l.i.~~f.

Bonne' ille Clorl.. . \ . Cra) llou:c

Bro \\n

Oulkle>•

Hallman. E.

l.ti'fl.i n wtr Te~n n

Mullirt Ro bert " T ho mp,mn

lla llmao. 1... J ohnston

Woodworth

Young

l'o t~ in,

P.

Corn~all

Johnson

Cu nnin ~ ha m

M ulrone)

Schne id er Tuc ker

141

Delta Chi *

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*

S now sculptors . . . S"pport an itwalid ew J ersey auto . .. M embers fro m beyoml borders ... Pirateers.

se Antone

' l O ll S

H oward Monks

A~ch c nbrcncr

Gridley R owles

Corwin Biehl

R obert Smith

reil J ohnson

Edward

K eith Martinso n

slur

K enm·Lh \\ t> bb

J UN IOfi S

Goss Gord en

M er vin Pasbourg

Ri ch ard Lar so n

Addison

H arry

D ea n Wi lde

l os man

Lo ne

SO PII O \I OIIES

Harvey Bulls

Paul Nelso n

Earl Chand ler

Robert Puce

Ra y mond Helbling

K eith Parl..s

R obert

Gerald P ec>dcr11on

~l cLaughlin

\Yilli am ,\I crv y n

R a lph P e ters

Hugh M cGee .

Leigh Shudrl Euge ne Thompson

FIIRS II\I E

AIW'henbrener

Chandltr Greef Kin• McGee M(-ses P,l ,.hors S mith Stoue Uol•r

140

Bie bl D a ,id80n GrieeM:r Lan"e

~t c Lou A IIIin

.M os m ou P etler Mou S piU)tla Th o mt•~ml

Webb

Direhmier Garber ll elblin« Larson Mervyn Nelson Peters S teile Unternahre r Wilde

Or•nnon G•> lord John&On

ki~~~k8

I, ace Hu\'olf'M

Butt•

Cordon Jordan .Marlin,oen 1\l ortcn'"r" l,arlA S htule l

D on ald Birchmicr

Pal King

Jack Brannon

Vern Lunge

Evcrell D avidson

Hard y L yons

K enne th Gay lord

R obert

J oh n Curbcr

Milford

Edward C r eef

William Spae th

I artcnsen J\t o~cs

Edward Grieser

John Stcilc

K enn eth J ordan

George Untcrnaher

[

Chrisman Hall

* * *

From editor to athlete . .. Freqtu•llt firesides ... Thriving larcn . . . Fi 11c p ortra it of th e Gct~cral.

SOI'IIO\IOHE S

D on And r rson

Robert Knud sen

Ra y mond Bufu s

Chris Koch

Austin Belnap

Joe Kruse

Keith Boy ing ton

Fred Latham

Don Carlson

J ames L yden

John Chivers

Jack McLaughlin

T o m Chiv ers

Frank Mitchell

Carroll Elmore

Cecil Morrison

Mil..e Erramo uspe

\Vuy nc R edd ecopp

\\ illiam Frir burg

Duane Ta ylor

J ohn Jl amm

Gordon T ocvs

Ri cha rd Hodder

J ohn Wahl

Stanley Jenson

K enne th Wes tfall Ellis Wi ck"•ard

Fll RS II\lllN

Ilerbert Barnes

William McDonel

R obert Barosl..a

llarol

eiU

Virgil Bro wn

llenry

oel

Ke nn eth Burghardt

P e ter Olivadoti

J ohn Culvert

Paul Olson

Lovell Callis ler

John O' Mara

George Doyle

crson Parker

Albert Errasmoupe

Allen P eak

R obert Fisher

l\farcus P ederson

Edward Glrorml cy

James Powell

Ri chard Gree n

Donald R edd eco pp

Ja ck Gunderson

John Shreve

Wa lter " Bud" lle nry

La ) l ar S tewart

Frank TT vce m

Frank Tipton

J oh n Ala n

J o n r~

Jim T oomey

Loren Knutso n

Pat Tunney

Richard K och

Ronald Walker

Paul Laughlin

\\ illiam Zahora

Knui !'Wln

C II AO

ATie: STUOEN T S

Edgar Grahn

Robert Patt on

Andre w Olson

Charles Strohm

Kod•

Luehum

L.ceri ff l11 \l orriw n

o ·conrlor

O nns

Peder&on Shreve

Siebe

\Vo lk e r. II .

'l'i,u o n \Vc•t roll

Mitchell

Tt.omeou

llcdde<or•••·

Kocsu:r Le"'•ics

Kruse

OliYudolti

Olson

cill

D.

lleddecop(>, W. S te wart T oeva, A. Wickwo rd

~'latt so n

N ichols

Redfor<l

S winney

Toe vs, G. Wishort

La mhe rt i\'1 c Laughlin Noel Pe1lk ltoaenherry T rty lo r Wolker, 1·~. Zttl•orn Zarin g Zielinaki

139

Chrisman Hall

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W illis Sweet ante-room ... The navy carne to to wn ... Chris man lads jPnce, debate, run, C(lit- enforcc stutly hours.

S ENIOR S

Cbace Ander son

Ronald Lambert

Gu y Anderson

Bob Leerigh t

Victor Barbour

Roland Mattson

Lawrence Bradbury

Torgus Oaas

James Canmng

T ed Oylear

T ed Carpenter

Jarvts Palmer

Burton Clark

E dwin T. P et erson

B ernard F av aro

GeOTge R edford

James F ost er

Fred Sieb e

M erland Grieb

Donald Swinney

T.va n H a nson

Harve y Tbomsou

Bob Ingr aham

Alden Toevs

R ob ert J ensen

Joe Zaring

J UN IOR S

Aoc.ICI:"SOn ,

C.

Bradbury Cnrleo u Crandall , C. Elmore Fisher Green H a nson Jensen, S.

J ones, J .

138

A nde rson, D. Don in Carpenter Cranda ll, \V. E rramo us pe, A. Foste r

Gd eb H e nry Jo nes. H .

Ande rson, G. B rowu Chi'\路ere D illo n Erramo uspe, J. Freeburg Gunderson H o ney

B arbour

B oying to n

Uur~h a rth

Canning

C lark

Cu llhncr D y r gull Favaro Grahn H o mm J ensen, R .

Dirk~

Erramouepe, ]\<f. Gho rmley

H odder R vec rn

Albert B onin

John J ash erg

Peter Budarf

Howard Jon es

Phil Conley

E dward Koest er

Cal vin Cr andall

Leonard Labine

Wallace Cr andall

Harry L ewi es

Francis Dillon

F red

R ob ert Dirks

J erry O' Connor

Victor D yrgall

L ee Paine

J obn Erramouspe

Rob ert Rose nber ry

Lawrence Hatchett

E ugen e Walker

Francis Honey

Blaine 'Vishart E dward Zielinski

ichols

Campus Club

* * * Do-re-mi quartet warbles the Pul/mo11 hight~x:ty.

at

bolls ancl brau:ls . . . Live out 011

SO I>IIO\IOII ES

Vern Elwin Baum Lloyd Gai nes Martinson Clarence Bcllcm Donald Sturman Mi ller Darrel D ea n Dolgner Duane Morgan Egan William Drenker Forries t Marvin Munro Gr ant B odil y H a ll Tad Neilson Blaine 'Brood hcud I [ urper Gerald Ed win P ederson Herb ert Llewell y n R ees Theodor e Roger ll o mling D onald r elso n ll yder J erome Saltzman Sylva n J eppesen Alfred T erlso n Ja mes J oseph Leo nard Paul Irwin Thome, Jr. Ri chard ll enr y Lockwood 'Boyd Thompson Whittle R obert Slou n Luntey Billy Free man Williams Wm. R ober tson .\l cClure, Jr. Ly nn H arley Williams l ichuel A. Williamson

F ll ES II ) I EN

Wal t er Warren Aesch liman R ober t Cecil AldaiTer Tom S. Arima Norman Wyler Bartschi Ja ck II . B erry Gerald Birch H er bert F. Bormann William J oseph Cha rl es M. Code Jumes Forbes Crunk Robert C ummin gs Da vi d Dale Dredge Abruh a m Erlick Robert D. Eyes tone Lewis Warren Fuller Lumir Ea rn est Funda Ollie Gerhard Roy Eugene Gru sh Willia m Carm a n Harriso n Arth ur Floyd lla ynes R obe rt Lyle ll aworth Niles William lloiT Alber t Frank ll ribar Fra nk ll arris J acobs Gordon Eve rett J osly n Gordon Frank Kalk Donald Thcotlore K illogh Aldo L eon M artine lli

H ay mond Andrew .McClure Ike Mioata Floyd Glendon Mor riso n W allaee D ewey ieholas Carlyle Duquesne Tickens Curtis ll.o y Olson Delmar L . Owens IIerman Norman Pabst Jack Alvin P ederson Ned Otto P e terson Thomas Wesley Pries t Thomas Ross R adebaugh J oh n Wi llia m R eeves R obert Thomas R od un er Wi lliam K enn eth R oyston Walter Alvin Ruderfer Fra nk Xavier Schaub Da vid Riohold Seaberg Cecil Ra y mond Suh J ames Castl es Swarbriek Glen Snell Tbomas K eith Tracy Vcrl yn Va n Cu rcn M erton D. V. Fredenb erg, Jr. J ames Wesley \V arre n Franklin Ferguson Wes t If ugh 'l y ron Whittaker Gordon Lester Zorb

Lan81a nd Me au 1lllo n /\1ot.er O I &Ou

Luntey Mills Munro

llu ~J8ell

SnrhnC'ker 'rl1o111e

S \'! CfH "''04)ll

1-'411.8 1

M a nning

~1- arlinso n

I\1 (â&#x20AC;˘Ciure

Mo rrison, B.

.M.orrison . 1-;-.

Murdock Perry

Neilw n ll.odunner S lusher Walch Williams

Morri"uu. II. ickcu"

Scott Vedder

W hiule

H oyttlon

S le ncck \'Vest Willium t~o u

137

Campus Club * * * "Tiwy II lmted lr' ings" a Ia carps . . . Compete with Brother ltlaha ... Oea n Olso11 okayed their da~tce--Blackout.

S ENIOilS

LaVe rne .I I. Bollinger

Melvin Est es McE uen

R ohcr t Burchell

F inley Hugh McNaugh to n

Seth S tewart Corless

Johr1 Craige M an ni ng

Puul \Vu ync Eas terbrook

Stanley M ills

Glenn Fay Ga lbraith

lloward Victor Morrison

II arvey Louis C lick

Quen t in Chester M urdock

William Ar thur Graham

\Varren Robert R andall

Josr ph \\ illiam Cranuan

Cletus George Sarbacher

Elmer Ed"ard J ohnso n

Ken neth William Scolt

T hor II. Ki ilsgaard

Edward Cullom Slusher

ll o" ard Glen La ngland Siegfried Eric Licnl.

uilio Steneck Ru ssell Stoffer Stewart

Richard Hy rum \Va lch

JUN I OLtS

Edwin Bodi ly

llenry D aniel Moser

George Perry Boyes

Lewis Gordon Nonini

'Bruce Lloyd Brooks

Jack R ay Per ry

Leonard Brooks

\~' i lm er

Gordon Dailey

George R obie R ussell

Allen J oe F:stcp

J oe Wendell Snyder

Claud r ll ansc n

George Edward Stoddard

Robr rt Jabez ll arrison

Charl es Willia m Sweet wood

Carl Andrew J oha nnesen

Alldaffer Dollin ser Corless EutSierbronk

Grush H y der Joslyn

136

Oarl schi IJOrtlHHI II

Cumm in sR

Erlick ll orrison. Jacobo K a lk

n.

llaun1 Orookâ&#x20AC;˘, 0 . Oailey Galbrahh l hrrison, W.

Derr y Brooks, L. Oolgncr Glick Huworlh

Bodily Burchell Dredge Grannan

Jepi)08Cn

Johannesen

Johnson

K iiloaaard

Haynes

Glen Priest

' orbert F r ancis Vedder

Albert Vivian \ l artin

Timot hy F r ancis Vedder

William \1 Orriso n

Harvey Curtis Washburn

Dalda Tau Gamma

*

Bus-boonlers in slushy weother •.. " Down-town-girls;· their braneh of tire uatiouul is actit:<' ... Pins.

SE

l Oll S

J oyce B endl es

Rutb Alice Va nouck

J UN IOil S

B eLLy B oles

H elen H ofmann

Angeln B org

F eroll IT unter

LaVern e GrieRer

va nel Langdo n

'.; inifred H art

Joyce

l crccr

Kl yd a Rat liff

SOI' IIO 'I OR BS

J ea n Beadl es

Ph yllis Lowe

E veline Bellos

Id a J ane Lyons

Lorrnine Bjorklund

Eilee n

Patricia Bowlby

Glyta P ayne

Mary J ea n Farn a m

K a tbar yn Ruckman

J ea n

~'rei

elson

Frances Sanborn

Laure lla Gi bbs

Josephine Schwcnkfelder

Frances La rsen

Margaret \Vard II clen Westberg

Ailene Ainslie

Ann E r ker

Pa ule ne Ainslie

J erry F innell

B elly Benson

Gloria H eisn er

H arri et Bockman

Mary :\fcCabe

~~ aru el

Joan :\layo

Brannon

Betty M oody

J ane l Burl.c B eulah B ulls

Bert a Morse

Gla tb a Cur mcn

Bonnie J ea n Palmer

Doro th y Christ enso n

Barbara Ra venscr oft

Betty Clumpn er

Mary Stee ns ma

n eud le 8. Jetw BorK

» •od ie•. J o> ce Uow ll•>

C lu nqmer

l)imuuJ ll urt

Charlo u e Dimond

Ju anita Sturgill

( ;ritfler

D on a D rew

E li zabeth T yra

Hu(•knutn \Voeiinf'lr

Lnr•um \for~e

L~~~~~~~ .Sehwt' nkfe ldcr

Denson

B jorklund

Dut.t8

Car-m en

Cllri.stcu~nn

Frei Ho fmann

Gihbs

~tercer

M oody lla ven"<·rort

Erker Heieue r Muyo l"n1ru cr Vnnouck

n a tliff Ward

Bockmn rt Jlul\ter

WtHU hur•

BeLLy Anr1 \Voes ner

135

Beta Theta Pi

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Business m<tjors llll(l l/l(magers . . . Bulillog " J\1ugs" pruxies for tlte boys' eigltt -o'cloc~·s . . . Debate, scltolarship . . . Extra· curricular serenading for the S igma Cit is.

SEN IORS

Dale Austin Armour And!'rRon

B oyd Brown R obrrt Ei nhousc

Jack Baker Bill Barrett Ed Benoit Bruce Boyd

Jack H awley Jerry John Ron Colin .\l cLeod Dick nydc r

J U lOll S

Louis Larson Fred Lukens J ohn McCormack B ob Robinson J oe R yan D enton Siddoway Tom Sneddon Elmer Stou t

Leonard Blandford Kenne th Dodds D ean Elder J im Farrell Talmadge Jl awkins P et e Hcco movich Spencer H ess Charles Knox

SOP II OMORKS

Burke B ud elson Sherman King Don Coski Archie LarRon llt-rb Larse n Kt-ith McCarthy R ichard l ichels

Tom Baker Jim B olles Art Chapman Bud Durant Milton George Dale Greeley Robert Hampton Hugh Harper R oss Miner Bill Paulsen Dale Rullman

Dean lill <'r Bob Sahlb r rg Grant Sitldoway Court Smith

Fll KS IIME

Ra) J\lcKinster Fr!'d M eech Bruce 1 icholas

Dick Beier Albert Benoit Bob Brandl Sid Brown Bob Bl andford Andtreon Benoit, E. Rrandl

Austin lllandford, L. Brown. U. Dura nt Elder Ha"lcy U u"' L.im• Larsen. II. Kno1: \1 r Kinster \l eech Parker Pease Sitldoway, D. Siddowny, C:. S tettler S n yder "fooi&On s~aniOn

134

Daktr. J. Dlarulford, Brown , S. Fnrrell ll c&b

Laroen. L . \t iller Hull man S mith S tout Whiteman

n.

Baker, T. Blom8ren Cle ments Greeley

Dtier Bolles Coski

Lc)lo) ne 'liner Rommel

Lukens 1\icbolas It yo n

To..,•

Hnrnpto n Johu tH>n

-Benoi t, A. Boyd Duffin Ilar1>er Kin,;

)lcCormack 1'\unnelle) Sahlbcrs

Jim unn!'lley Don Parker Steve Pease

Art Blomgren Randy Cle ments \Vay nc Garrell George l oset John LeMoyne

J ohn Rummell E llis Stettler i\luurice wo nson Don Toolson Laddie Whiteman

Alpha Tau Omega * Rou:s of f (!('t along grilled balconi<•s . . . make spring opPning official . .. " /lome" for many of Wicks' boys ... L~>r·is.

SEN TOR S

Art Acuff

Joh n Moggr idge

James Hutchinso n

Hal T r ipp

W ul ter I ngersoll

George Wi lkin son

William McKinley

H ay Wilson

J UNlOll S

Howard Albre th sen

Gerald H yd e

Cliff B enson

Loren Kambitsch

Paul Cawley

Bob M oss

Weldon Cole

Shi rley l\lad.ey

ll enry Crowley

T ed P ence

Don Dahlberg

Lore n Rice

Dick E imers

Bert Schm idt

Hay lloobi ng

II nrold Soe tcrs

Vonley H opkins

Larry Talbo t

Don H oward

Bill Wall

S0 PU0\101tE S

Gene LiLLicfieltl

J oh n B att Bill E imers

Rupert l\1iller

or man Frcdcki nd

Bob Pyper

Glen Hart

Clinton Quigley

Bill Johnson

am Rose n

Farrell Jones

Max: Smi th

Leroy Roman

Don Swan

Ed Komosky

Jack Tewhcy C harles

\~

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FRESIIMEI\

F r ank August

Jl owell J ohnson

l::d Oalva

Thomas D. J ones

Jim Davis

John Maltmillcr

Addison Foss

Miles P atrick

Bill Gray

Bill Overbu ugh

Wcs G utke

Bob Strall on

T om James

Bill \Vakelantl Wayne Williams

Acuff Crowle>'

Foss llomau

Jn ~:e r"oll

Linl•fodd Penre Soetertt

w..u

llnu Dnlvu Gilberl ll 01)kins

lle u111on Ouvis

CnwiC'\' J•:imcr6, ll.

Fredekind lloobins

(;t"ay

Gutke llut cbin80rt

J ame11

J ohntKJn

Jones

Albrethsen o~ah l hc rg

Mac-ke>

P> per S mitla WilliOtn8

M at miller Qu i~ le> S " IHl

ll o " ard \1 0""8

lli<·e T olhut

Cole l•:iiii CrR, W.

Ka mbit S<"h O\erbau1h n osen Tripp

fl nl"l

ll y d e K omo&k )

P atric k

~akel~rHI

Wilron.C Wil iKln. R.

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Forney Hall

Couse-C'Jfect ... Stttdy table-froslt scltolarsltip record ... 1-'uur · room sttites with fall floor-sleepi ug.

SOI'IIO\IOil ES

Auu e Alho

R uth Li ghtfi eld

Ca rol Anderson

Bar bara Long

Jea n B ar nes

A nn a mae Mclcurn

Lucille Eyrich

F ern Meyers

Lois Fran!..

Celi a Mitchell

Ltn o n ne II all

\f ar y Ellen

Verl ee H ansen

B arbar a Oliver

E vea Harrin gton

A lice R ichardson

1urie lT a vc ns

elson

Josephine Shelto n

Lois ll otlgc

Connie Stapleton

M urgery Ann lT utsell

C herry Stranahan

i\lirium Lally

F:li za bc th Wall ace

t"ll i>S II \l EN

Oo nnu Anderson

Florence Marshall

J uani ta Anderson

Francis Marshall

Elizabe th Brow n

J ea ne tte Mitchell

Jul ic nne Paulson

nn Dcobald Eldoris Erickson

Ph y llis Simpson

\1 arion Franson

F:rma S mith

Bett y Greiner

G ertrude S tein

D oro th y II arwood

J oyce Sundst rom

Marg are t Kehn e

Leatha Swofford

Winni e Mackin

Ad alai n Taft

.\Ia xi ne

\~

alter

Lons

' 'l or•hall, Fl. el8<>n, E. Palme r Jto bertson Si mpson S teele Swofford

Wallace We8tendahl

M ackin, D. lllar•ball. Fr.

" ••kin, W.

.M .~.

orby ll enner Schu epba cb Soren&on S tein, J,

:'l'e i&On,

P aulson llowc Sroitb Stein, G. T uft

~1clcum

l\1aier Mitchell

M • llor) M OO<:rs

Orr

o~lund

Richardson Shelto n Spence

Hichwine Sher\\in Srnnleto n

StrntHihu n

Sund &trorn

Wolter Wickman

145

Gamma Phi Beta * Th e Dculs C'llllle- consecutit'e cup copping . . . Argonaut copy lies /; tradition ... " "marty -parties."

S EN IOR S

Be ll y Ar rns lroug

Mary Ellen Dunkle

Ma•·y Yirgn iu Burch

Eileen Gilbertson

S1w Chc•·ry

Cicily Ann llerm uu

Murjorie Colquhoun

Katharine Kos talck

.\1 atlcl y n Douglas

Claram ay Patterson

J

N JOR S

D orot h) Ba) nc

Ruth Ellen Jackson

Be ll) Dctwcilcr

Cather ine

Doro th y F'olleLt

Betty Senft

C lara Gilmau

Mary Lou Sherman

Bc u y Lo u Gord o n

Elise Smith

fcGregor

Mary Wri ght

S01'110MOU BS

M cred y th Bowl er

Barbaro Gree nwell

Curol Brandt

Phyllis Lyon

Marjori e Childs

Betty Mazna

llclen Fos ter

Rober ta Rodgers J ean Tabor

FRES tntEN

Ahrens D o wler Chilc.18 FolleLL Greenwell Landrus Moran

Ly ou Pottcreun

Smi1h

""f"uhor

We ber

Wlci t lock Wright

\Vi leon

146

Armiiii"Oft l 01"U11Ch

Colt1ul10un

J•'otHcr lfou ((e

B allenger llurt-h Corri ga n Gill.ert M n

Barbee Cardwell Doug lass

-l lumphrey

f;ilruan Ja ck son

M ('Grcgo.Hotl gera

l\1uzna Senft

B ay ne Cber ry

Dunkle Co rdon K oauclc k M c Maho n She rman

B<'lty Ahre ns

Phyllis Humphrey

Barbura Ballenger

Sylvia Landrus

Ku y Bnrhee

Molly McMahon

Bl'lly Cardw ell

Frances

Jlilary Ann Corrigan

Beverly Weber

Doro thy Aun ll auge

Emelyn Whitlock Marion 'Vilson

loran

Kappa Alpha Theta l.e(l(liug IUllies sw ge, debate, and scholarship ... Before footlights and behind scenes, in euery A ' l / dramatic production . . . Resolved into first place, women's 1/ebate . . . Don't u~'tlf¡ hom-rimmed ghtSSI'S, but gPt grades.

S E N IOR S

Ph yllis Akers

V("ra lell J a mes

Ga y Bouman

Evelyn Langenwalter

Maxine Bryant

Frunccs MeConnt>ll

Elizabeth Ell is

~I

ar y Thurs to n

J U N IOIIS

Bett y Boles

l\l ar y Ellen Ripl ey

Ad ell C lemm er

J an el Run yan Lois S to ne

SOPHOllORE S

l\1 uri el Axtell

Lois Lt'm o n

Betti e Bea n

l\1 ur) Estl1 er M o ntgomery

Mary Brown

J ew!'ll Morris

JoAnn Cri lea

Doroth y An n OutzM

ll clen J ean Davis

Francilt' 11awlings

Betty Gibb

i\1 uxin <' R t>y nolds

Jane H erringt on

llcl!'n

t anficld

1\l ary Pa t ricia II o us ton

H elen

rness

Marian Kilbourn

Sy bil Urn ess Eleanor White

Bonnie Jean Brown

J t>un K ersey

J ean Bruins

BuriH~rn

H elen Campbell

K a thar yn Rosebaug h

Miller

Virginia D empsey

Ca mill e

hort

'furi a I Fugate

Virginia

nyder

Virginia Grief

RoiJ <'rta Sutton

Edna Herrington

Francis Swantek Be tty Jane 'Vahle

Akero Bro ~ n,

0 . J.

C lemmer l+~u ga te

Ho usto n Le mo n Out;o;e ShorL

S waotck U roes8. S.

A<~ ell

llro"n â&#x20AC;˘ -\ 1. Critca

c a.t.

Jome11

McConnell Hnwlings

S ny tler ThurBl On Wn hle

B ean Bruin8 il4 G reif K e r1ey Mill-. Ucyuold8

I) a,

SuuJfield

Bo leo

Don ma n

Bryan I D e m psey Herrin , , o u. E. Kilbourne i\ 'lontgume l"y

Cum1)be ll

Ilipley S tone

~; IIi .

Jl e rrin8 10n 9 J.

l..ans enwahc r A1orri$ ll()Mehuugh Sutton

Urne-8. JL

Wbile

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1\1ost maguittuliuous of women 's tlorms . . . Population, 120 . . . Copp ed piug p ong finals . . .

S E N IO R S

J ea n C am ero n

Doro th y 1\l e J\I art in

nac Cleare

Vanina

Lo ui se Collins

Alice Oppt'nheim

hirl ey Ann Da, id bOO

nnn

Margaret Potter

Be ll y D e,· ine

Mild red P aul

J oan Finley

Audria Husscl

II arriet t Flathcr

Lois H earn

Venita Finegan

E lla R ichard s

Buhy Gardn er

Juanita

Jo'run cis Hardin

Wanda Siple

E velyn H eist

J ustine

\l argaret Kin g

Erma Tho ma s

E s tella Larso n

Marjorie Thompson

Murtha M e amura

Evelyn Tomanek

enften

mith

J UN IOII S

n ..kell

Ander&On B auer

And rue Ocnn)

B all Bloom

Cleare

C..llino

CruM:r

D o ne Fanning GuilfC)y llurl Jlunter

D o umacq

Campbell O au Ou Ooie

ll oll, Wa nda

Cnrdne r nnndy

ll o n8tead

Tloop c&

H ardiu ll oword

Jo nes, E.

J o 1te8, L .

Kei• ter

Finley U a II, La vo nnc Holt JAc kson Kloepfer Lareon, E .

King Kn ut&on

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D ariua1•

Chapm an

O e , int" Jo-:, t"re14l

G u e r n t~ ey

J oyce Anderson

Jessie J o hn son

Eli za beth Benn y

Da vis K eis ter

Betty Bloo m

Iris Knutson

ina Jane Browning

Betty Leo ton

hirley C ampb ell

J ean Mann

\1 a urine Cruser

E lain e :\I iller

Veni ce Draper

Erma

Ann e lle DuBois

Barbara Oliver

Jlel en E verest

Pat Palmer

llelen Uamilto n

C ath erin e S tover

Delphine Hart

Rach el S wayn e

H elen Uons teatl

B arbara \Vallaec .M argari te \\ alter

ai l

* * * * Hays Hall Determine destiny of home ec. e(/ucation organizations Vimcious housemother . . . nice, too.

D elores B arina ga

Lorraine Murpby

Mary Brown

B eLLy Olso n

Priscilla Done

Virginia Ri chardson

Gloria Guern sey

Cleo Rick s

Doroth y Jl u n tcr

Shirl ey R oss

Edith J ones

Janice Spaulding

M crri c Lu K locpfcr

Bonnie Speer

Gladys Larso n

Ethel Thomas

Lorenz

Ire ne Tulppa

Afton Lundhlade

Leo na TuJppa

~hrgarel ~l c faddc n

M argaret Van E ngelen

Jacqueline \l orrlicld

Marcille Williams

no

P llES IIMEN

'h rgucrilc Andrus

Lola J ackson

Lucille ·Bull

L illian Jones

Evellen Baske tt

B arbara Malin

Emma Bauer

Edith Marler

Lois Cu mpucll

Donna Mavity

J ea n C hapman

Lois McCarty

Dora D au

Yvonne recdha m

Della D ou rn ac<t

Doris ' elson

.Mary Fanning Eileen Gui lfoy \\' anda J[all

or ma R ogers Ilelen Sasser luriel Whiteman

Donn a Handy

Eileen \'\' ilkens

Mary H owa rd

Geraldyn WoU

Larson, G. M4tnr1

1\1c Murtin

ecdl•om Poo er

Leaton M•rler \·Iiiier cltw>n

Lund blade Mavity Morefield O llver

Hogero

Ileum

llicharde

Sus"'er

S !lCCr

SlOver

Scnft en Swayne

Tltompsun Wtdt e.Wilken

T omu uek Whit e m11r1 Wolf

TuJ ,>pa, J.

Mac arnara McCarty Murphy Oppenheim fucbardoon S iple Thomn tJ, 1). Tulppa, L.

.M alin Alc~'adden

a il Palmer Hicks Smith

Thoma a. E. Wallu ee

149

Idaho Club *

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Jim 's a gl'ntleman-farmer anti o scholar . . . Ut•.,t>ttrches in soil-chemistry- for fun ... Oates a litte blonde pr('tty rl'gniCirly ... H elp<'d win the scholorshiJi award.

S ~: r-.tO lt S

Dick Armstrong

E lmer J or da n

Floyd Broad head

John Kantja s

Jobn Bullocl..

Robert K lie wer

C urtiss C lark

Lo ui s Parl..inso n

Dale Clarl..

Dale Pollal..

Wi ll is Gnrrurd

Don .Robertson

Ralph GodtlancJ

H enry Schul tz

Phil Jl abih

Gerald

~lax

Hal

o rcn son

R a rne) H nnso n

J

Donald Bolton

Eldred Mi lls

Gordon Collinsworth

Stanley Olsou

~ I cl vi n

L yle

John

Eh l<,.s

Aitken B arL.er

Bri•«•

CI1Rndler

Ericlsou (;urrord llamrucr lloelke

J eruen Jordan, E.

150

Chene nell Facer Gibson

llan'len Hu e tti g Johanncilen

Jordan, H.

\ldrich

Oin• Broadhead

Clark. C. _,..anning

Godtlaorl Hanson Jenkin s Jo hnson

K~tntjaa

\l ~a~er Ble ~ eu U urn~t

Cl•rk. 0 . Feutreteire Gre ;ner~

ll nr l" ('ll

\nd er~"~on

Oulton Ourt

Ehler• Fiegenhau m ll uhih ll ep\\Hrt h

J>cter~c n

R o bert Phillip.,

Gib~on

Franklin Raury

R oger Gu ernsey

Ben ll iordnn

Keith ll uu Rt•n

Clintou Se pt

.R al[lh 11 c pwo rtb

Ernest

Ke nneth K iuard

Marshall

Walter Klu g

L eo

Gardrow Kuntz

Evere t t \\ hitc

L ewis L<·drr

Seth WoodruiT Aaron York

\rm ~~o trun ~

~I all hews

f auriec

Tom F euer.. tcin

\bbott

} ro n ttlRon

1\IOII S

R ex B le" e ll

Dooth

\~

inrluir pcnee r

an Jo:vrr}

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Idaho Club

Ot~r•-day 11

t•xtension rnan , jim /cam s p ()/itics now . . . W<•ors mi11or " / " sweater . . . C1111 p re/ sp11ds with()ttt p eelin g Jim .

SOPII O MO II ES

M erlin Aldred

Erl ing J oha nn ese n

Duane And erson

K eith J ohnso n

R o bert Biggs

n obert J ordan

\\ arrcn Briggs

Jl obcrt K oppes

Av<• ry Brown

J ack Lannan

Edmund Budris

D ea n Lewis

Clurk C handler

J ohn Ly ogs tad

Leo C hoa te

Harold M a t hews

J ero me Dahm en

Dayle M olen

Isaa c De Koff

Robert Obendorf

Bob Ewart

l\f irl P assey

Gra nt Fncer

ll ay mond Pinson

J ohn F annin g

George P omeroy

E dward F iegenbaum

R ay R einhardt

Jl arley Greaves

J erry R cofrow

.lus ti n Gu ern sey

Garth llieks M onroe Ruth

Oallus Hartwell n oy Southwi ck f' R ESII \1 E '

c th J enkins

Or ville Abbott Allen Ai tk en

Do n J ensen

Hurl Aldri ch

Bill y J onas

Ly nn Aldrich

J oe Kadluboski

llu y Alsugcr

Edward Ka sparek

Glenn B~~rk er

Arthur Langlois

H arold Bateso n

Fra ncos Lee

J ohn Booth , Jr.

J a mes Ma ttox ta nl ey .\I or tenscn

Robert Briggs Rober t Burns

R ay O bendorf

J ohn Burt

R obert P ea rce

Jack C hcr ve nell

Clo a rl es Pieper

J ohnni e Erickson

G ust av R a nzin ger

J uck Fairchild

Forres t R einhardt

Bill Fullis

El vador Ritter

Farner Findlay

J ac k Runberg

Bob ll ugbom

J ack Schu tte

Roll nnd Tia mm er

Altoo1 Sep t

Don II azelbakcr

l\f err ill S t ucki

Hoy lloclkc

P au l S tump

Edgn r Hcullig

Fred

Phil ll ull

J ack Weddle K enne th W olff

\~'atso n

Kattparek t\ unlz AI a tt ox Ohenc.lorf, R. l'inson Ueinhardt, .ll. lluoh

Kinard

K tie\\er

Lee .\I ill•

Lev..i8

Khog L ) ngstad

Molen

1\l ortenffen

P arkin&On

f>nMey Pomeroy H iort1n n

R aney

lleinhnr<h . F'.

Ui u er Sinclai r

H n ller1"on Sor e n Koort S tump

P ollak Rickrs Sdwh z

Pe tersen

Sc1'1

Stucki

S 11Cttc-er

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Kopo>e• \1 auhe"'8 Ohcmlurf. lla) l) llill i p~t

Va n Every

W o,. ki ow i c;~

Wa tso n, ll .

W olff

151

Kappa Kappa Gamma They eat pie-et>ell SPIIiors turn om for 117AA ... Jlousp l'lluugh s 1ceaters for 186 rPfugee kids . . . Made occasion for the fire eugine's only campus call .. . Paltry blaze.

SB ' l O ll S

ltuth 'Boyer

Ka y Hickman

B etty Lou Braddock

J oycc K enworth y

Barbara Cornell

Vi rginia Rh ea

1\l ary Dale

B arbara \Yhite Margery Wilson

J UN IOR S

Orielle Coi ner

D oris Johnso n

Be th Curry

I ary Frances 1\1ar11hull

\I tu cia Gwinn

Ka y Pa ynter

Lois llarnett

B etsy R oss

P at ricia Jaeger

A nn a Marga ret

ell n r~

E lizabeth \\' alker

S01' 11 0 \IOIIE S

Ka y Barber

Ramona Larkin

\l ary F r a nces Bates

J oycc Miller

ll eteu Collins

Virginia

Patricia Dollard

Lois Oli n

J ane D o uglass

Donna \Vorthwin c

ew ton

••n ES II ~I EN

Betsy Bernhard Oa1ee

Jlarher Coi ner

Onle llarn e tt JolwMO••·

c ..llins

1\ .

~lerrimon

P'n ) n1 er. P. S milh Wnlker Wi110n

152

Pollard H ickman Johnson. D.

Mmer Pennell

~l'wu y

Bernhard Cornell

Uo)er Crain

Holen Ken"or1h)

H ooker Lorlin

Dou 1Ja~"

o, ••

NC\\I Ofl

O lin

llheo

Sellars

llraddocl Curr) G"'inn Jae&er J.\ 1anhall Pa> nter, C. S hi pnuua

Kathryn Crain

Ad een J ohnson ' orene

~Ierri m a n

G loria D yer

Mary E lizabe th P enn ell

D or o th y Holen

Mary J ea n S hipman

Lenn a H ooker

P eggy Tway

Wbite

\Vortbwine

Kappa Sigma * * * Prior fir(' lan e or house? ... Rt•doubled into first place, bridgt• tourtrametlt ... i\llarathotr <latr cers, yeorly.

S F.N IO II S

Hay Cri sp

Sam Kaufma n

Allan Fos ter

\Vayn e P eterson

J Ui:\IOII S

ll crscl•cl Bcre ntcr

Gerald

C. Gerald Brown

J. R ccd P eterson

All an Dani els

Cailen Soule

Hohc•·t Darling

Byr on Stratton

Stanley M. J ones

R obert Torgescn

J acl.. Kell y

Ianning

· a than \\aU ens Leonard Wi lson

Donald Konen

SO I' II OMOII liS

\\ illium Ellis

Cl yde B. Martin

\1 crl c Hamilton

J ack

Hobert \Ia nn ing

Leonard Pauon William

~· R

1

umbers

proal

ES II \1 E

James Barber

Burke Horsley

Donald Bean

William J ewell

Bill Bro" n

Maurice Lund y

llarr) Cummins

D onald Schufeldt

Jacl.. Ellis

D ennis Shee hy

CriHI>

T o m r c ntiman

Calc S totcrcau

Horsley

Fos ler. A. J e well

Cordon Foster

Jack Taylor

Mnnnin g, R.

Afartirl

Jlaymond H anson

Victor Taylor

Sheeh y Tn,•lor, J,

Shureldt Ta ylor, V.

Uarber lo~en1im an

Dean Cummins

Brown, G. Ellis, E. W.

Oro"'"· W. Elli•, J .

llamilto u Lundy

fl ~e n ~o n

P c1ersoo, J.H.

1-'el er!ilon, W.

Soule

S toterau

S tr~tl con

'l'or(Jt"llou

Wulleu&

\Vi lllOn

Dt-rt nlt:r

D arlin& ••o•ler. C:. Knufmnn ,. umbe rB

\1uuning, G.

153

Lambda Chi Alpha

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J\'ot numerous . . . l~ngin(•(•r into ex ecutive posts of brillgebuilders' honoraries . . . " Keep going."

S F. lOll S

F.meri eo Defoe

R obert llamiltou

ed Gnaedin ger

Allen R olph

J ohn Graifemb erg

Ra y Scbultzc George

J

hreve

lOll S

E d E oglisb

Dick Campana Arthur Lewis

Dave H anford

J ohn Siddowa y

J ack M orris

Paul Smith

Eugene Senften

R eed T ucker Daryl Whittig

FII I'!S II\I E •

Rex Fox

( ;nuedi n ~:cr

De foe Han ronl

n.,IJ•h

Sc huh ~e

Tu cker

Whiui1

Ca niJUi n a

154

t-: n,tish

}""ox

· ·~ ~i~ Sen(leu

)1 orris Sl1re' e

LDS Institute

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Break brl.'ad ~t•ith Uudley . . . Their scholarship cup ruanPth ot•er ... QuN' fl connoiss('ttrs, th l.'ir slim bloflde receiLoed et~dorse­ ment of state jmlgPs.

S F.NIOit S

Jack BuLler

SLanley Jeppesen

James Ellsworlh

Glenn Lewis

Leland Fife

K eith Petty

Du\Va yn<• Goodwin

Larr y Spencer

Duane ll an s<' n

.Mel vin SLephenson

J U'I I ORS

Virge Dixon

George Smalley

Berkel ey Larsr n

Hugh Sorenson

Flo yd

Dan Taylor

ixon

SOI'IIOMOIIF. S

Charles Burnes

Lowell Maughan

Karl Esplin

Burns Newby

Vl'rl Garrard

Boyd Schenk J erry Skil es

1-'ltE S II\I I!N

Jl owa rd Arrin gLo n

Dale Dunn

\I ark Bro " n

R eed Fife

\\ allace Dalll'y

Bruce J epso n

Granl Da vis

K ei Lh Moss Ha y Hig by t\rriugtou

1Jnrut8

lJtO\\

O tn i ~ Fife, 1..

l) j~(HI

Ounn

Ell~wcutla

Fire, ll .

(;orronl

J""JlJle"..-"

J c ~~~ u•

Loreen

Goodwin Lewis Hig by Spencer

rew h )

:;kile• To y lor

ixnn Srnnllcy

n

Pe tLy Sor e n &nn

Butler

O olle) Ef!Jlliu ll nn;;~;.-u

J\11)8~

Sc-heuk S tep hewum

155

Lindley Hall * * * " R emember Pearl Ha rbor" . . . 1 awginotiw lot- broomswcli farces, ar11wry guartlsmeu, private blackouts . . . Fostf'rl'd all co -op banquets ... Reo/ p olitiks.

S EN t O tt S

" lito Anderson

AI K y tonin

R obert Anderson

Elton Lcavill

ll cnry Ard

Vernon Ma y

Thomas Arnold

Cleo Moon

Loren B aker

Harvey M orga n

R onald B askett

R obert R alstin

R obert Bonomi

Robert R obbin!!

Thomas Cr oney

Lee Rodkey

E ldon C unningham

B en Schmidt

Anthon y D eLeon

Rober t Seale

M ose DisoteU

Harry S uit

i\1 ilto n Eberhard

BuhJ Sutton

1

\\a yne S utto n

orman F inch

Ruben H art

Fred W etter

\\ ay nc Hudson

R obert \\ iley George Wren

J UN IOH S

K enneth Andre '"

A nderron. \1 . Ba oke u . 1{. ChOJlnlOil

Antler&On. R.

Andre "

Ba<ul Chatfield

B enne tt Chatte rto n D en nis Engler Frilsch Harding H o rn

Cunniuaho rn D ownin s

Cu rliM

Fl11y

Flci&hmun ll urdcnburg

Glenn llarL

Knmbil &câ&#x20AC;˘h Kerr Kiaer

Eberhurd

llo llnnd K e nnin gton Kirksey Krier

156

Ard mrd Cole D e unz.io

Da.rne) D onomi

Da~JL.eu,

~~rlelt

Cooke DeoiJold

Diootell

(-;nrncr. J a)' ll nrlow

Fe r lie <_;urncr, J oe ll nrpcr

Glea&On B urris

lludtKin

Jomes

..:,,.., ..

_f.'inch

J ""''

D.

Kenn eth H a nson

Dale Baskett

Ar den H arri s

Bryce Benne tt

Sa m Kirk sey

M arion Bush

Ri ch ard Leverin g

J oh n Cermak

James Madiso n Lt>w is

Gerald Cbapman

Rich ard Li nge nfel t er

J ack C urtiss

Ma tthew Malnurich

M ari on D avidson

Glenn

Arlin D en nis

D wight S m ith

Virge

Gene Spurling

ixon

ogle

Keno1 etb Downing

Way ne S tapl es

George Engler

T o mm y T akotori

t anl cy Ferlic Roy Flay

Leon T erri erc Robert True

Volney Fleischm a n

Stephen Turkosi tz

J uy Garner

Vernon Youn g

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Lindley Ball

fun·es, urmury guartlsme11, pri tmte bladw uts . . Cooperotive- ASUI p rexy didn 't likt• th eir pie Jay- jiu.erbngs.

Fostered all .. ./of> aml

SOl' 11 0 ,\1 O il KS

Gera ld uffer Lee P ar du e Lloyd P et erson Va ugh n P eterson S und ay Prove nzano Lee Haglund Keith Ralstin l{eino Ranta Frank R eis Gaylord Richard son Hobert R oskelley C ha rl es Rowland Philip Schnabel J oh n Sidd oway Da vid Skiles tu art Smi th Leigh Steele Leo Thomas \\ ayne Thompson Edward Tuleck llurold Weir Thomas Wells Clarkson Woods Willis Woodward

E lwood B atzel Donald Br ay Ea rl C hase R obert Challerton " illiam Corbett \\ arren C ram er Viuccnt De unzio Honuld E ggart Joe Garner J oe Glenn M erle .!l a rding Bl aine Harper Edwin H arper Fred llorn Floyd J ohnson H oward Judy Ed"ard K eiper '\\ utl.ins K ersha w J oh n K ri er Rober t La H ue Albert Levin M elvi n L ewis Lawrence McGonagle Ho y M o ti ehka

l'ltKSII\1K '

Tom rima Hichard K uhlman C hurl es Barnes Maurice Lai rd Lelund Barney Dennis Larsen Robert Berk ey olan Lee E ldon Brown George Lemmon Leslie Chatfield llowar d Litchfield K enneth Anderson J ohn Mi ller S herman Moffet Churlts C hris tia nsen Way ne Cole Ross Moser G<·orgc Cooke H arry ew man J ohn Crites Roy Ockert WilliumDcobald \\' urrcn Perry Jam es F ly Edwa rd Peterson Gordon Friberg Honald Robi nson Gord on Fritsch Halph Russell Adolph Dawson Gaertner Mi lton Rutstei n Vilus Gleason E uge ne Schmidt H urry ll urdenburg 11 :rrold Seeds F rancis Harlow William Skinner T homus Haumont Lyle Sp arber J ohn JJ erron Hobert Sp encer Wendell Hincbliff Hobert S piker Edward J ames Robert S tur k Fred J ohnso n Jaek Stevens Howa rd Kambi tsch Cecil Sult Axe l Kannegaa rd Donald Turner " illiam Karchcre Hobert Watts M acl. Kennington Paul \~' eller Lyle Kerb y K enneth Wilken Wr llia m Kerr R obert Williams Alfred Kiser Geor ge Winkle Leonard Winkle

Lar&On

Lins enrehcc \ 1orca n Peter80n

Howland Skinner Sutton, D. Turner

LaRue ){alnarich

MoAer

Rai~Ston

Seale

Smith Suttou, W. Walter

Lea' itt

\l ay e""mon Rei a

Schrnidt

S1opleo Tukatori Watt•

Le·r cring

:\lcGona,le No,le llobbioo Schnabel S teve n~

Terrierc Weir

Le,.io, i\la. Miller Nuffer Robin80n S iddoway

Le~i a . \l e. \ l oon Orkcrl Ho•kclly Ski leo

Tho mne Wotror, F. Wi ley Wink le Woodo

Tlao rnt,.;on Wetter, P .

Suit

Summer&

Wi lken Winkle Wrenn

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Pi Beta Phi

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lux iliary- 1\/osc-ou· l "ofunteer Fire department . . . E ;Ytin guishrr drills .. . Though som e flam es still flicker.

S li:NlOLt S

Bcu y B ulrs

J ea n C ummin gs

Arl ine Campbell

D orothy

I ary Fra uccK Curler

ixon

Eugenia P enick

hn c l Coll ier

Evalyn Scbullz l\1 ar y Elizabeth Scolt

J

\tar)

NIO RS

\nn A lban

Billy Loui se Kunler

Oli ve Holml'b

Ji unie Mae Tibbs

J\lurciu Kimbl e

Roberta Thomas Patricia l,; nlernabrer

SOPIIOMOilli:S

Lorenc Hult·s

E rm a K offel

Mary Auu Freclantl

Joy Myrrl Maxfield

lldrn Ga le

J o Ann

Delrrna Goodhu e

Carmclta R ca

Sylvia Kni g ht

Dora Vllark

umbers

t'ltli:S II\I E -;

IJale•. n. Co llier C: nle

;\I ban Campbe ll }-.le ming Holmes, 0 .

Arm" Cnrl e r

Kuni Cr

\1 n(•C:re1or

ixCln Schu lt z

urube rf'

U nt e rn ~1hre r

158

l~'r ec l ,uul Holm e~.

S<·ott Wnrk

V.

Kimhlc Muxlic lc.l Pe nic k Tt.o mntt

Oale •. L.

8uro ke r

C ummings Garner Kni gbt 1\·t in s te r

Oix Goodhu e

KofTel M.o rroll

'J>ugb

R ea

Thorut>son

Tibbs

Eleano ra \rm s

Virginia H olmes

Ph yllis Burol..er

Am y MacG r egor

\Jury Jan e Dix

J eanne

Peggy Fleming

Beth Morrall

Maxi uc G arn cr

linslcr

Patricia Pugh Louise Thom pson

Phi Delta Theta

*

Prot•idc oppo.sition for Kappa football L<•am ••• Army roised t/l(•ir stafl(lar<l of living .. . l~vett ple(Ig('s m ah'Cd from th e attic into thr('e-room suiws ... And O::::ie.

s e •ao ns Rud y F r ankli n llichurd Ilarland T o m Kinn ey Kirk JcGregor

Ralph Myers Clifton Pauley Jack Ramsey Don Rop er Jim Ya tes

J

IORS

George Bei to R ay Brookbart Ve to Berllus Pres ton Flor a T ho mas Tlarland Wi ll,on Ha vorka Cecil J oucs R obert K emp

J ack McMahon R ober t Morris H a lph Pinkerton Hobert R obson Dea n S mi th T ed Tbompson Oswald Wa lch Gordon WiU iarn~to n C. F. W urs lcr

Paul Kiog • Cope Ga le

S O f'II OMOIIES

R icha rd Driscoll Stanley Gran n is Jack Ke mper Jim Kinn ey

Ball Lc uschel St anton Purl John Piper Ri chard St. Cll1ir Wi lliam Richardson

YRBSII \lE

Ri chard Ahrens Franklin Bales Bill Brooks D ea n Oinnison Ja y Gano Marly H oag Bill Hunt Bill K nipe Dick Krier Bill Lake Bill McMahon

R ex McClure Jacl Muller Dick Postcr ick Dicl R andall Dick Scot t Jim Hoper Curroll Smi th Bob SLcinhciser Jim Stone Bill Su ndeen Bertt Trueblood

n.. le• Be ito Oinnison OrillColl Flora Harland, T. ll oa1 llo,orka 1\._emper I.in« Kinney. J. \l cCiure McMahon, J . \l c \lahon. W. Purk Pouley l'is-.er Uollineon llobson ltoper, D. Steinhe iscr Stone Suudccu Ahrens

Y Rtes

Berlluo Gale lfunl

Kinne). T. \I orris P o~tcrick

Roper. J . Trueblood

llrooklrarl Gano

J o ne,a. Knis>e

\lo,IJer Runda ll S<·o iL Wo lc h

Brook. llarlond, R. K.f'tn1l

1\ rier \t ) tr(l, llif•llnrd80n

S tt~ith

\Vill ium80n

159

Ridenbaugh Hall lnimat('d . . . balance trays, acti l'ities . . . Concincing trm'l'rs_y rrwners-up lt'Omen's debate.

* 111

SEN lOll S

J\l ury J:row Br rtrantl

Lois Hansen

D urlinr llincdi

Florence Hinckl ey

Ad a L rr Hrun o m

lrcnc Hinckley

ll uzcl Cu mpb cll

R osernu ri c J an sscn

Cracr Colo mb

P earl Kitch

~ l c rlc

Elsie Millay

~I

D rip

urg:rrrL Esl. <· ld,on

J\larian P a rtn er

rl <· nr Crandahl

Bo nni e Smith

J t!'i i O il S

Vcru Ba rfl ) J ea n Bigrlow

Aescllliman Bohlin Cluer, A. Oog~ett

Calbraith llereth llufT

Borfoy

Ut:rt rantl

lli ~elow

IJrano m

llrevi<·k Cole

Brown

Cluer, l,. Ecc her

Eak e ld ~to n

Gill,ert Ao n

Greudn ltl

Hill

llinckley, F.

j (UIIii8C f1

K ilf)Riri(•k

O elp Ferrell Haggerty Hin ckley. l. Kitch

Bitterli Burklund

D eubel Freemo n

lla.nseu Ho wunJ Knifclng Lampert

160

R ei Kihara o rma 1\l archi

Emil y Bo hlin

R ose Miller

H cna Ecchcr

\~'ilma

Lilliun J oy F<·rr<•ll

Ruth Parks

Murg ucrilc Fly

J ean Ri chardson

C <·r Lrude Calhr uilh

Myrtle Schmi dt

D oris II cr<•Lh

Dorothy Sutto n

J\1ur ion II uiT

Marie \'rilliams

Montgomer y

con-

*

Ridenbaugh Hall

" Bluebirlls 0 -uer"-a la n ew baby grand .. . P op alar place f or meetings ... wul meetings.

SOPITOMOtl ES

J ean Boyingt on

Ph yllis Lowe

Virginia Brevick

M ary M cBride

Drexel Brown

Sarah M cD aniels

Ph yllis Cluer

Arlene M orrow

Cath erin e D ochios

H elen

B ernita D oggett Ruth Haggerty

ewm an

Ma rguarite Odom • La urene Ploss

Lois Hall

Vivian P o tter

Jo Ann Hamilton

B etty J ean Ri ce

Edith llill

M arj orie R oss

B etty Lou Kilpatrick

Claudine St anton Ann Wod yga

FRES IIM EN

Ma r·j ori e Aeschlimar\

Marcella Mathews

Thelma Bruce

M arjori e Mock

E ileen Burklund

D oroth y Mo un ce

Verna Franc Carson

M yrna Murra y

Anne Cluer

R om aine Oli ver

Verona Cole

D onna Paris

Geraldine D eubel

Edn a Poole

Frances Free man

Rllen Shea r

Alfried a Gilbertson

M a ry Louise Shepherd

Lorna Ilartwell

Theo Shepherd

Kather yn H olt

M arj ori e Skj ersaa

Mary H o ward

Julia Sleight

Lola Ja ckson

Gloria St ewart

Lillian J ohannesen

J ean St ippich

Shirl ey Knifoug

L ucy T aysom

Berni ce L ampert

Margaret Thompsou

Marjie Leichliter

D ori s Tilley

Wilma Leichliter

E va M ae T orgerson

Ma rga ret McGregor

Elizabeth \ Va t son D oro th y Wiley

Leichliter, M. McDaniels

Leicbliter, \V.

Lowe Mock Odom P oole S hea<

.M urray

M illay 1\rewm an

l'aris ltichurc.lw n Smith

S t a n ton

~rr~:~s

S tewart

Thompsoo Wodyga

Torgerson

Ploso

Ros•

·M arc hi ~1 orro w

Oliver Po tte r Sheppa rd Stippich Wat.eon

M cBr ide .M o unce P arks lliee Skjersnn Su tto n Wile>'

161

Phi Gamma Delta * ing harmoniously at 3:00 a.m . . .. Gamblers

lost

11

bet u:ith

If . . C. . . . I ery footsore when th ey reached Cou• Co{(f'BI' . . .

S tudy tl1 1'ir economics and oCCQitllting together-

Babbit Boys .

SE:\ IO itS

Ed"ard G. Da vis D e Lance Franklin H aymond ll. F ining J am('S n. Frt•c man R ay m o nd T. G reene J o hn . ll oii <Ond

K enn e th T. Ko fm e bJ Jack E. m edl ey R o bert A. paulding E ugene E. T aylor J obu T. T uhy n John Vcrnr n D avid G. \\ ilson

J UN I O II S

Bill B rr~I'SO n B yro n Bloor Con B orr('~On Bob Bu rggr af Bob Ca rlso n Fred Fulto n, J r. G eorge Gih~on Bob l loiL H a rold ll ull Ed Morin

G eorge N ixon Vaun Picke tt Bill llichard!lon D ick R ya n R oy t alsburg Bob Sti llingr r Dick S tillin ger Warren T olm ie Richard Walton Co mpton \\ loi t<•, Jr.

S01' 11 0 \I OH ES

Jim B ul. in Bill Barn r s Steele Burnell D o n Bl ac kburn J im C hri8t('n8<'n E nge n Drinker Ralph Dunkle R oger Fichtner Fran!.. ll ) l.. c Jim Krnn r d y H owa rd Munso n AI J\lartinrLti

Harne~

B ttrnelt

C.-rll'lon

Cha..,

(!ib~n

Ficblnt-r Greene D >kc

..:, ......

ll uu.errord

~ l arlindule

\1 nnl!on

Ni , on H obiut~on S tcwurl

Verrnu \VIIi1 e

Penne ll

Hynn , Jr.

Rloor

l bl'edorn 1\..enncdy \l t'Cornh3

Da,it Franklin Jlallida) Kinnt') J\l e) er

Pickett !lynn . H.

§~~~dfey

Fittins

S tillin«er. U.

Sti llinger~

Wilson , D.

Walton Wii.Aon. P.

Wack:erli

162

Der•eson C hristensen

D.

T aylor

Bur~~ raf

D urn~t

Dunkle Freeman Holden Kofmebl !\l orin Head Smith Tboma8

Oul•ui8 Fulton II niland LuL.e i\l o~her

n....

S 1unloy

T o lmio

Owe n Burns A r l C hoRe R aou l DuPuis Bla ine E' an~:> Gerr y H agedor n aughn J I allida y Cyril H olden R oger H un gc rfo rd Ben Kinrl('y Charlrs Luk<·

AI McComhs Gene M cy rr , J r·. J oh n Mosher G eorge P e nn <· ll Ge ne R ead W"a ll y R eed Frank R aney AI£ R o hinson P e ter S koglund Phil T at e Gordon To lmi c D ea n '\ ac krrli J o hn \\ «.'rkowski, Jr.

Leonard Martindale Eugene R o Llo H al R ya n Don S mith AJi en S ta nle) Bill S Lcw11 rL Dick Thomas PaL V\' ilson ' Va rrcn \Vu lf T ed Yocum

Sigma Alpha Epsilon " The Bowery, th e Bowery" . . . Big brick house by the sitle of the road . . . SpoiLed jalopy pastu.re(l "for the duration" . . . Uuchosen ride herd on Spinster selectees.

SEN IOR S

Hawley Ca rlso n

Ace Griffiths

Harry Gra ser

Vernard L. Ru dolph Chester Franklin Whetsler

JUNLOR S

John .M.

Cha rles Crowe

evi ns

H oward Cooper

H enry J. Proc tor

John Fry

Fred Quinn

William H ershey

Frederic Siegfri ed t

J ohn Kidd er

Clifford Thomas

Clifton C. Mays

'Varren Weinberg Russell S. Wilson

S OPHO~lORE S

Nei l Frank Bithell

Ca rl Minden

Raymond Campbell

William G. Mo uat

Martin Fry

Don Rober tson

Gordon Gran nis

Don Schaufclberg<'r

Vernon Ingelbretse n

Rob er t S tevens

George J efferson

Charles T ho mas

Ed K eller

J ames

R obert Kjosncss

Theodore R. Werry

Richard H. Kuhe

K eith Whitley

. 'Verry

FRESHMEN

Robert Campbell

L eland Mentzer

Joseph Dierringer

Donald Mi lich

J ames Glenn

D onald Riley

Charles H owland

Louis Runyan

Kenneth L emon

Ed T omlinson Joe Wu rst

Bit hell Crowe Griffi tbs Kjosness Milich Robertson Thomas, Cl. Whitley

Campbell, Ra.

Weinberg

Campbell, Uo. F ry, M. Ingebretsen Lemon Mouat Sicgfricdt Werry, J.

Wilson

Wur6L

Fry,].

Howland Kube ~'linden

Sehau(e1bergcr

Ca rlson Glenn JeiTerson

Mays Proctor Stevens \Verry. T.

Cooper Crnnnis

Keller !\len tzcr Quinn Thomas, Clâ&#x20AC;˘as. \Vbetsler

163

Sigma Chi * * * "For u:hom tht> be/Ips toil"-<"OIICf'ded to J\.fario11 IVilson this year . . . Torts, demurrers, dates, ewe/ draft boards keep 'em II fJ II igflts.

se ·•ons LaVern Bell

J ohn Ker se y

J ohn Can ning

Otivcr Muckey

Elwood Cone

J oel M cCord

urnner Delana

Ed

l ueller

J U ' I O US

Oicl.. Akers

Warren ll ill

Band all B ea rd

R alph llughcs

tcve Bistline

Cha rles Leonard

T o rn Campbell

Ge ne Luntey

Joe Cockrell

Sa m McKinney

l~ nl<'ry

Tom Pence

Doane

S t anl ey Farris

else P eter mann

Jim Givens

Bob Titus

Kenn eth H arding

Bob \\ hi te

SO PTIO\IOIIES

Kenneth Bergqui st

John C unn

Rill Ca mpbell

or m Larkin

J im Donart

Boh McCarroll

Lt'Hoy Foss

Ral p h

J acl. Furey

~ l cColm

Louie Cori no

Ed Thurst on

FRESIIMEI\

Al~r8

Braddock ()dana ( ;hentJ ll arding Larkin \Iockey.

Beard Campbell l>oane

(;orino

S.

M c Kinney Thurston Wbite

161.

II ill Lauer M ursbuiJ Mu elle r Titus, U. \\fyman

Bell C•nnin3 D on•rt <!unn ll oplin' l ~ona rd

\l rCiu• k •>' J,e l e rrnnnn T itue, W.

0~r(1Ui8l

Oistliue

Cockrell

Con~

Ferri~

ll anl\en llu ~ l1<~if

~:J~C~\m

J>cucc

Foq Ha rdin ~ ert~oe)

\lnrke). 0. MeCortl Pl•illi1J11

John Braddock

St•we Mackey

Boyd Hanse n

K enne th Marshall

Ralph Hardin

Jim M cCluskey

Clark Hopkins

Rex Phillips

Bob Lauer

Wade Titus George \Vyman

Sigma No * * * "Giant" Christmas t/('("orotiOII , Ga mma Phi snow fight . . . T alent Orocle LA>islwwn . . . Thrit>e in su nshine .. . " How abou t that?"

SEN l O ll S

Ro y Alho

J ack Nelson

H owa rd 'Ba ker

Jim P at a no

'Bill H ayes

H erb Sanderson

J ack Leishm a n

lichael Weyer

J ohn Ma rchi

Don Willi a ms

J U ' I OR S

J oh n Berg

I va n P eterson

Osca r F ink lenbcrg

Bud Schuber t

Dea n Husted

Russ Severn

Rill Lang

J erry T odd

R eid Leishm an

J im Towles

J ohn Licuallcn

J oe Walden

Terence O' llouar k

lleru \V oodcock

SOI' II OMO II ES

Sam Auger

D on H older

Bill Bakes

D ick J ackson

Bob Bremer

J erry La ttig

Lee Calfee

B ob O' Connor

Dick C row ther

B ob Vonderharr

D ick Ha t hawa y

Bill Williams

f' ll E S II ME

J ohn Eva ns

K enn eth McGinnis

Dick Colquhoun

J ob n Napoli

J ohn B unsen

C horl es Plastino

J ohn H olloway

D on Singer

l~e i 8 hU HIII t

Fred LcCini r

J ohn S trickle

~~!)c~

Jack M allery

P aul \Vickw ard

Wnltlcn

Severn Vontlerhor'r Wickwurd

WilliO III I

Wuodcock

Alho Colree l•'inle lnh urg ll uRi ed apoli

J,

!Iuker Coh1ulaouu lt nnl!en Jnt k R4) 11

Le i81uuo n. U.

Nei O<ln

Dak es Crowtl•cr Hayes

Der g Davis

Lung Lie u alle n O' Rouark !Singe r

Lattig M • llery Patano Str ick le

Hold er

Bremer Eva ns ll ol lo " "Y LeClair Mard1i Pe :e raon TotJd

165

Tau Kappa Epsilon * Long litrrary dy uosty - ins ured by pledging Gem-A rgonClut mastheacls . .. Fine tliplomalic relotions tcith lntfep ell({euts .

S t:N IOKS

John Kapcl..

H arold Saastad

W y nn e Longc leig

Bob Smith

Fri 1z M cagher

'Vaync Tautfcs t

R eicl l\1 t• rrill

Charles Turner

Keith

~l ill r r

Ed Turner

Frank llandall

olan " 'ecks

II erman Renfrow

Bob Wethern L ynn Youmans

J U 'I/IOR S

Larr ) Bec k

Ivan IIall

I larold Brc' icl..

Ilarold Klobuch cr

II arold Condit

Bert M eagher

Eu ge ne Glahe

Tom M ercer

Bill Paucrson

SOI'IIOJIOUt:S

Je rry Cool-

i\laurice Johnson

Allen F'eld

Russ Linds trom

Ladd Ha milto n

Llo yd l\lcrrill

Der) I Ingle

F rank Schaub R oy Veltri

Fnt:SlUII>,"/ Alle n

ll e<~

Cook

Oell Hull

Globe Ko r>ek Meoahe r, F . H enfrow Vehri

166

Klobu<'laer ~ 1 e rrill . 1.. S(UUHntl

Wcc ko

Bre ' ir k ..:llir,tt ll toui h ou l .iut18tro ut

Merrill, H. Sdtuuh Wc llu:rn

Ca the rma n E >es to ne In gle Lo ugete ig Miller S mith \'(1hite

Condit F eld Jo hnson M eag lte r, B .

Ja ck .Allen

Bob Elliot

Ivan Ca th crmun

Bob E y eston e

Patter son Taut fest

Dick Dell

George L ee

Yo unu•ns

Bill D cobuld

Stan White

Tau Mem Aleph

*

!"

Election element . . . A-luch mentioned . . . E vacuation s will give them room-mates.

S I'.NIOII S

Lark J ursck

Wa ll Gug noni Llewelyn Slcurn s

JU N IOII S

C lare nce Ri eman

Ted Bezold Elmer Soni villc

Cor do n Brannon

Don Jordin

Elmo Davis

Chesl er Vincenl

Don Grey

Jack Wing

FII I!S IIMEN

Ca rlos Adams

Jim Lorang

Clcon Burl

Clinlon Sherri ll

Lawrence Kroesing

Thomas Tweed y C crultl Vall crn

llu rt Gugno ni

D a vis

Soni ville

S1earns

Jortlin

Grey S herrill

Vallern Winr

167

Willis Sweet Hall

*

" llis I olat Propiis" . . . Consistent intramural champs . . . I (•ry protlll of" BiB Ray:•

SE lOll S

l vor Raumun

James Klahr

Don Bculs

Willia m Long

Ardith l:l rck

Wayne Lutz

Flill Bond

Oliver L uukkon('n

H alph Bowl<·r

Leslie McCarthy

Don Budge

H ollis M cCicllan

J ohn C hamb crluin

Jay Mcintosh

J ohn Cook

B ernard Malin

T erry C ra bb

Dale Megcnity

R obrrL 0} c

Ra y Muller ~elso n

Paul Epperson

Park

Bob Fortin

Ric hard

ari es

Grant Cord on

\\i ns Lon

pcnccr

Geo rge ll ackney

John Thomas

Allisou ll ornbal.. er

Rodney Tunks

Tr a J acobson

Ra y Turner

Ledwell J ohnston

Jack V:' ashkuhn

Ed Kelsey

Dean \Vatt

Boh Kcuu cmcr

Robe r L V:' cage! Vincent Yoder

J UNIOH S

Amst utz B e nn)

Ande ru.n

Unltr U•>"mnn

no .. ler

Burkhalter Uurk:a Compbell Copenha' er Crrtbll. 'l'f"tl Cru hh. T err, Desaulnier" Oouglntl Dr·c nker Evans

Grim m e lt llagbom Hendton Hull, P . Ken n ed,~ Kerr Lake

Fori in C:.rkovif•

Hul l llieko

Johu ~•) u ,

<:.

K en u erner

Klahr

168

Oarber Uri gg•

Ouumnn Brough

Deals -B ro wning

C rt:u

C hambe rlin Clelun C ru &er David&On

fo~ (;\\UtiHt')'

Girnrd II nag

ll uuny

(;onion , ll. lla c kney

lilt n il

ll:alha\' ay Holt

ll oke Jt)IHH!Otl ,

J.

Contame11~a

Duell llolliduy

Johru~ ton

Dye

Jos ly n

-E llingson Gordorl. J. H addock llawley

Holze r K u lamnritle8

lle<·k

K ent Barber

R ober t

elson

Arthur Benn y

Victor

Carl yle Briggs

George Ochsner

Howa rd Co penhaver

Fred Ohlm

\!ari on Davidson

George Oslund

Bob Dcso ulni ers

Dale R ey nolds

Garth Duell

Ea rl R os ti

elson

Robert Ellingso n

George S t eele

J a mcs Girard

Thomas Swager

~1

Senne tt Taylor

or Lon II all

Virgil ll ayncs

Robert Temple

\\ nrren II i II

Ru ssell Ward

Gruhski

l var l lollitl uy

Glenn \Va se m

~: ::t,:·~:.

'' illiam ll ol>wr

Bill Wicher

I:Jutlge

Cook

O;nis EpperMHI

II uegelc

Kelsey

Do:' an 1\1 uyes

H arry \Viddow son

Bernard Miller

Don Wi lliams

t

* .

l

Willis Sweet Hall

" BP it et•Pr so /rumble'' . , • the 1\ avy wauts their home .

SO I' II O \I Oil E S

Dale Burl..hu ltcr Douglas Ca mpbell Ru ssell Conrad T ed C r abb Earl C rca Ega n Drenl.. er Ja el.. Fox ormun Fr<·del..ind Joe Gordon Nick Grk ovic l~ lm c r ll uug Rowland ll uegelc orman ll uwlcy D on Jliel..s Leroy 1I ull J ohn J ohnson R alph J osly n P ete Kala marid e11 J oh n Kenda ll Foster Larson George Layos H arlow \l e Kinne} 1\lnr vi n l\1c Ve)

J oe l\1alta R obert Marsing Ja mes M eyer J ea n Milar James Miller Rulon Miller Vernon all y Jack Newell Ross ewlon Boll O'Connor J oh n P eebles Dale Price Jack Raglund Gord on R oss Ri chunl Shaver Robert Spohn Clifton S tauff George S teele Walter S tevens Roy Ta ylor John T ewbey F red Thurs ton Arth ur na Bill \\ illiams

Ja ck A ms tulz J oe Anderson Hober t Alwood Dick Bal..er Donald Bernhart Ja ck Berr y Jack Bowmun Lowell Brough K eith Brow nin g S tuart Clclrn Ri chard Davis Lawrence Douglus Phillip Eva ns Lyle Fagnun Ernest G rubsl..i J ohn Grimme l l Robe rt ll ug bom Aus tin !Iunn y John H uns \\ illiam I I arri so n J ohn H ar t Richard ll atha wuy IT urold TT a upl 11 arr y II end ron \\ illiam If ofT J ucl.. ll ol.. e J a mes ll olt Burl..c l l orsley Al bert llribur Phil !lull Albert lluntcr G lenn J ohnson llobcrt Kerr

T ed Lake D ean Larson Veri Law R obert Lindsay Clifford Lough Glade L yon AleJo Martine lli Steve Meikle J ames Moore Vincent ally J ack Nelsoo Charles Ohms Milo P ea rson Wilsie P latt Phil Pratt Wayn e R obi nson Wilfred R ooney K enn eth Saari Wi lliam Sewell C harles Seymou r Don S hufelt Thomas Slayton R ober t Smith Jam es Spooner Oscar Stau ff Da vid S t idolph D on Str ong Ja ck T allent Cbarlcs Thomas Jack Thurst on M erl y n VanCuren Hobert \Vachter Hieha rd Woodhead Glenn Zim merman

Lr~rso n ,

0.

l.urAOu , 'l'. I..) den

l ...o~

Lut7.

Mc l nlooh Miller, R. O'Connor ll ey nolda

Mr Kinnt•) Moore Ohms Robin"o"

M ~Ve>

Sl•uver

Sin)' tOn

StnufT. C. ·rem ,l lo

SuufT, 0.

·waacm

Th o nu• " Wo "hkuhu

I_.., on Muller {)Miuutl

l .ayas

Lu1akkonen

Mo h o Al ci kle ally

Mayes Meyer e l80n Peeble•

S tidolt>h

Pnrk Uu uell Smi th , n. S teele

Suari 5J)en ce.Swa~er

Wou

\\' e#•gcl

Wbiting

U o~t i

S mitl•. G .

Tlw riJltUt, F . Tla ur~l o n ~]. Tunks

L<>ug

Milar ewell Prau Sarles

Lou«h McCiellun Miller. J. 0f•lumer J>rice Sewell

Spohn

S)loOnt-r

~1 artln e tti

1 nylo r T cw hey Turne r U rHl Widdowson Willinm"·

n.

WillitunR. S. William"· W .

Waclu e r Yoder

WoodiiCtHI Zimm erruuu

169

Knights parade with the American ftag on Army Day The loudest, livlieet yell team in many long yean Military Ball'• reception line ••• one of those things Spun and I.K.'e hand out programs and &nd seats Kappa Delta PI •pellen bru•h up on "toughies" Blue Key pledgee sather old clothes ••• what have you

eys clank w h en a drawe r opens .. . long se1nest e rs of 3.5 . . . p olitical denls and ins ide trac k s . .. hard labor . . . well- sp e nt cokes . . . and the rig ht people . . . we lt"CIII t y ou t o be one of u s . . . for n slig ht c harg e

K

CLIQUES 'N' CUPS

Phi Beta Kappa FAC LTY \I E M BEll S lT A ROLO L UCIUS A XT E Ll,

( Uni versity of Idaho, 1930) DonOTIIY FnA ' CEs ATKI •s o

( Whi t man College, l9ll ) AnT II

n S vLVE STEn HowE

( Univ ersity of Washin gton, 1930) \VILLI A \t C Aun B AN K S

(Willia m and Mar y, 1911) lnVI NG JOLLEY

( Uni versity o f Washington, 1926) \Vu. LI A M II A IIOLn B o vEn

(University of Washington, 1930) A llTIIUJl KIIOEC €11

(University of Idaho, 1929) F1ttm1m1 c C on sE C 11 u n c n

(St a nfor d University, ] 930) BEATili CE OLSO N

(Corn ell U ni versity, 1909)

( ' orth Dakota, 1909) l\I A DEL W r N IFR EO R ENn ' RO

\\ I LLI ' " II O \I E n Co E

( ni••ersity of Idaho, 1924)

J \Y

G1.0 \ En

I~ LnniDG B

(Uni versity of Idaho, 1923) Fn A c s s B . R ucKs

(Ya le Uni versity, 1896)

R \ I. PII 11

' TE ll F \R\1811

uiv ersi t y of Ari zona, 1939) L OU I S E AO BLLA S T EOll AN

(Oberlin, 1930)

(U ni versity of Iowa, 1930) EucEN B T A vLo n

(Syr acuse, 1936)

(D ePauw, 1907) E LLA Woo 1>S

G usT AV \\ ILLI A \1 II A \IM A H

( Univ ersity of Idaho, 1922)

(U niversity of Idaho, 1911 ) 11 EIIDI.:IIT

A IITII U II LEO ' II A I(I)I ' G

] OliN WU N OEII I, ICII

( Uni versity of Arkansas, 1924)

( Universit y of Ida ho, 1928)

OT H E R MEMBERS R ESID ENT I N M OSCOW G !UITII U O E B OUTON AXTELL

L O U I SE BLAU

(Ch icago, 1907) .\( HI Y

O lli E

B\

V \ UC II

KS

11 \\Ut AH ( ni vcrsity o f Washing ton , 1920)

Pn \TEn

L \TTI G

( ni versity of Idaho, 1924)

niversity of \Vashing ton, 1925)

Ban .. l, \11

G HIIl \110 0\LE

S asTEn

1\1

\IIY C \n\I EL M cCA nE

( ni versity of ldabo, 1929)

(Coru ell College, 19 10) AaH B u nK R 0\\m

Lvi, A II A n S II

C IIII OEnEn

ni versit y of Idaho, 1923)

( nive rsity of Tda ho, 19 18) O r.A R o~' 11 ' " F: 1 II OUS R

ETT IE Jl A

Ell

T I LLI NGE il

ni versity of Idaho, 191 4)

( ni versit y of Idaho, 1917) H RJ. R N Fl A R W UI' fl E HI, I CII

( Uni versity of I daho, 1903)

172

( ni vcrsity of \Va shingtoo, 1930)

Phi Beta Kappa "Normal in appearance, their peculiarities are of surreptitious nature." - Psychology of Abnormality . . . M embership comes from t he College of Letters and Science, candidates for B.A. and B.S .... Grades do not insure pledging. OFFICERS

P resident

W ILLIA M H oMI>n CoNE

Vice-President • Secretary Treasurer

L oui SE A DELLA STB OMAN

FnEDEIHC Conse C n u n c u

·

• LYLA HAUSH SCHBOBOI':lt

{

ELIZABETH BR ACKEN

.

Councillors

C u ESTEU SOUTH AM

S T UDENT MEMBERS

BERNAltD F AVA ltO

E DWARD LOU I S BENOIT

(U niv er sity of Idaho, 1942)

( University of Idaho, 1942) EL~ ABETH BR ACK E N

BETTY M AC KI N

(U ni versit y of Idaho, 1942) KENN ETH T . KontEHL

(U ni versity of Idaho, 1942) K ATHERI NE SCHNEID ER

(U niversity of Idaho, 1941)

(Universit y of Idaho, 1942) RoaeRT B u n c nELL

MARY RETHERFORD

( Universi t y of Idaho, 19tJ.2) C H ESTER

M.

SOUTHAM

(Univ ersity of Idaho, 1942 ) A Rl.ENE GnENOAH L

(Uni versity of I daho, 1941) JoE LEROY ZARI NG

(University of Idaho, 1942) K N OX C R A I G

(U niversity of Idaho, 1942) BAnBARA ANN ConNELL

(University of Idaho, 1942) KENNETII KINARD

( U ni versity of Idaho, 1942) KAT IILI':EN C HR I STIAN

(Uni versity of Idaho, 1943) RosE

M. •M-En

(Uni versity of Id aho, 1942)

(Univer sity of Idaho, 1943)

DEAN ELDER

(University of Idaho, 1943)

173

E. Brocken, II. Compbcll, Jl(. lleo th, V. I짜. ] ornes, N. L . JU c M urroy, Ill. Thompson

E. /Jenoit, R . Fmnklin , E. ft1tte ller, JV. Park, E. R iley, S. Taylor

174

Mortar Board Many a maid a nd her mamma ha ve thrilled as gowned me mbers threaded thro ug h the Fete crowd to present her with the symbolic pledge rose . . .

arthex table for outs tandin g juni or wome n, Spinster Skip, Mum sales

... Dignified and decorous, "tops" in activities and schola1·s hip.

I·: I.IZMI KTII BnA C Kt:N

.M

MAiliAN liSATII

O R\t A

\IIY E L LEN Du NKLE

Lou

McMuRRAY

i\1 ARJORI8 TIIO\II'SON

Silver Lance Key men's honora r y ... Composed of ca mpus " big-sho ts" ... Main fun c ti ons of the year mcmbct·s at Lhc Ma y Fe te . .. Donning dickey fronts to sit for

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S E NNETT T A Yl.OR

175

) . M ann, U .

"tmy n t', ) . Turkt'r, R . & c h e r, ill. F. ill€1rs lwll, . 1. Deo b o lcl ,

,ll. j o h n s on, Jlf. ill o tt

F. llanlin, K .

c iiiH' ille r, j . Cu ntm.ings, V. A nderson

1' . S n e<lclon , E. IJt'noit, K . Webb, II. Baker, ] . IJerg, 11. Lewif's,

1(.

K lif' u•t>r,

V. R rlllo l p ll , S . K aufmnn , R . Fronklin, IJ. Bloor A. A n d e rson , il1. l£b<'rlwrd, B . B rown, JJ7. 1lu €l so n , E. Cnuellin ger , JV. l'urlc, R . S ti ll, D .

176

Jli'iflin m.~ ,

E. Jl1 u e ller, II. Long land

Cardinal Key Sponsor bridge lourna me nL, O' Mear a luncheons . . . Blue c lad , of Wed nesdays . . . P ick their juni ors twice yearly after due addi Lio n, multiplica tion, s ubtrac Lion, di vision- " poinl sysle m."

PrP.~ident

• KAY Sc tr NE IO F. n

Vice-President

- J EA

Secretary

YIII C IN I A A

Treasurer

A 'I OEil SON

Cu \lm NCS O F.IlSO

Fn ANCES II AUOIN

Fn \i'CES I I \llO"

M ACEY MoTT

J E \i' Cl! \1\II, CS

M AR I~ N Jou,sor.

K\Y Sc n NEIOER

.\nu:r.e DEOil \LO

]E\'1

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ng, \

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J \R Y

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R \ CnEL :\1 \II S II \LL

SwAYN E

J oYCE TucKER

Blue Key Free thinkers ... Upper class men , vascill ating members hip

c•·vicc, mercy mission near Christmas- muc h

ringing of bells, gal"llerin g of clothes.

President

E LSON PAilK

I ice-President

ccrewry-Treasurer

-

J ou'l B e n e

Corresp onding Secretary

.c\11\t OU K \i' OEil SO '

BoYo Bnow 'l

WAYNE )I

ll ow \HO B \KEn

MILTO

En

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] OliN BEII C B vnON B1.0011

EBE ilU A RO

OY FRANK L I N EO GNAEO I NCE il

PETE ll ECO~rov• c n

Bn1 0N B Loon

OSON

S:-~e oooN

KE'I,ETII KOP\I E IIL

To "

Boo Ku &\\Ett

Eo l\1 UELLER

KENNET il WEBB

H OWAilO LANG I" \1'1)

SA \I ~I CKI NNEY

DoN W' t L LIAlt s

H A RHY L EW I ES SA)l K AU .. \I AN

r EI. SO

PAliK

DICK STILL

VEn N H u o o l, l'll

177

P. Done, M. Grover, P. Lyon, V. Newton, Jl1. F. Bates, S. Knight, M. L . Kloepfe r , J. Maxfield, P. Bu lkley 11. Jones, B. L. Kilpatrick, A. lly d e, D. Brow n , R. Starr, J. Morris, P. Bowlby, L. Lemon, II. Foster, J. Barnes, L. Halverson W. Christianson, B. Long, K. Woodwor t h , F. Larson

R. Clements, J. Skiles, R. Grnsh, K . Lemon, L. Winkle, R. Rig by, J. Jnlinn, H. G rea ves, D. IInnford, F. R einhardt, B. Corb ett, N. Grkovic, J. Kinney G. Gretnnis, P. King, B. Horsley, J. N tunb ers, J. Vnllem, II. Neill, F. Cantamessn, L. Brough, B. Evnns, B. Cnm.pbell, D. Miller, II. Noel J. Gnrner, J. Allen, 0. Stou.ff, D. Grey, B. Pyper, 1l1. Johnson, B. Desnulniers, G. Beito , B. l'ntte rson, J. M cClus key, S. M cKinney, P. Wetter, J. Getrner, B. Ric hardson, J. Wing, H. R ees, J. R e nfrow D. Colquhoun, G. M yers, D. Crowthers, D. Whiting, M. Hong

178

Spurs T he) ' II fi nd yo u J -6 a nd -?- ubiquitous ushers ... Unrestr ai ned s hrieki ng o n sleeping porches when p romising, schola rly fresh men a re ta pped, two per place. Pre.sident

MAXINE Gnovett

-

I ' ice-Presiclcut

Serrl'tary

II

'I'rt'as urer

FOSTE R

K \TJ II. EKN Wooo wonTH

Song Leader

P tii SCILI, A DO NE

Historian \\TE I, I,

"I. E N

EWTON

WtNIFJtEI) CIIII I ST I ANSON

l~ditor

~h III E I,

1

YIIIGINIA

J\ I AnY Fti\ N

B ITKS

OttBXEL BnOI\ N

11 P.I. E'\

J 0 \ P.S

\\ t N JFRED CuRtSTJA:\SO'\

Be·rr\

Lol KILPITIII CK

Pn s tc:ILL A Do""

\I E RIUE Ll KLOEPt'EII

JOY )lAX.' I ELD

PITIII CI \ BO\\UJY

lle LE" FosTen

S\ L\ I\ K \I C IIT

VIRGIN I A

PH LJ\ t: B

i\1 \XI"E GROYER

FR\1'\CF.S L\II SOI'\

Ros e ST\RR

Luc u . r.e ll.ILYER SO I'i

L 01s LP.'IOI'i

K

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U-.J, E\

C1. 1111 t: B n IC:'- E '

B \llR \ItA LONG PHYLLIS LYOI'i

' EWTO ....

\TII LEEN \\~OODWORTIJ

Intercollegiate Knights Zealous pa trio ts- purc hased defense books, presented t he m with a s ta m p to dance dates ... Inacti ve members a uto ma tica ll y hc<·ome civili a n ... Lack fe minine forma lity in choosi ng. Duke

Srribl'

GEORGE BEITO

Junior Knights

Bou

J \y

DES I U I.NIERS, B I LL PATTER SON G \HNBII , BILL RICHARDSON

JEn ftY SKILES

Trea.sur(•r

- J oE GA R ...,En

.Aclt'iser A LI. EI'\

llARLEY Gn EAves

Historian

1\wrlllll

S. Ho" E

RoY Gno~:su

K

L011 " ' · ' · Bnol G il

BL\DE r-:,- ,..., s

DAVE lli\FOIID

)1'1 \l cC I.lS'-Y

OscAR STAUn'

D1 c K Co 1.Q u uou'

Joe G \RNER

M A RTY

II 11101.1>

J ER I\Y

Bu,L CA IIPUELL

GORDON GR \ Nl\'IS

B u nKe ll onsu;\'

Bon

RA N DY CL EMEI'\TS

DeB GRAY

M \UrtiCE J o u Nso"

II EHuenT

Bn.1.

II AIILEY GREAVES

JACK J U LIAN

FonEsT RetNHAIIOT

PAT Kr Nc

IL\Y fttCUY

J I C'-

C onneTT

D 1c "

C nOIITIIEn s

I CK GHKOVIC

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t:\' t;T n

LE'I ON

I EL

PlPEit Rees~;

JEII RY SK I LES

V A L LE\1

P AU L WETTEn J ACK "\'l:' rNC LEONAIID WiNKLE

179

) . Katttjas, K . M iller, L. Merri ll, R . Torgeson , K. Petty, T.

tterhlo11 ,

A. Steneck

A. T oevs, J\1 .

C. Jl f i:c, Prof.

Lephet~ son ,

t:. M.

lteuly, JP. Coss, M. Eb erhard, Denn Jrl. ) . Wilde ,

Jl. Lewies, K. Chris tian

180

Jr'. Klug

Alpha Kappa Psi dd ing machine experts with creditable grades belong to the business-professional

Wall s tree t's wai ting honorar y.

President

Jou ·

Vice-President

KEITII MILL!o:ll

Secretary

L EE M E llltiLJ.

Treasurer

KEITH PETTY

1 F.LV I N

Pledge Master Faculty Advisor

Do-; ll ow \lm Jo u •

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JlJ C H \ItO

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\V.

J.

WILDE

.\1 E RR ILl.

ATTI LIO STBNECK

.\J ELVI N

K E ITH .\ Il LLER

KA'\TJAS

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K AN TJA S

ST\ LE

L O EN To svBs

K E IT II PETT\

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THo" \ S

S T E P HEN SO N

To~1 SwACBR

L E Y O J.SOI'o

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Bookstore Board Cf. " J a so n," ldCtlto ArgonCtut . .. 1941 innovation, com prised of cxetuli ve board member, elect ed sophomore a nd j unior , and t wo fac ul ty men ... "Advise books tore po licy." Clrairma11

- II

ecretary

\ltltY LEWIE S

K \TH I. EE-; C IIRI ST I A •

R AC II E L Sw\YNE

P no•·. E. M.

D ON

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Goss

181

G. Laffe rty, L . /Jake r , W'. S mith, l'rof. E. Tr' ohle t =, R . Bin g lwm , Jlf. S p e n cer , E.

l u t<ll er , R . l'atlon , 1' . llabi b , P . Blai sd e ll, R. Ku e hn er , E . Voble, /( .

Cu e rn st>y, R . Kli e •<·cr , l'rof . J' . Young

A s:<oc iatNI Fon•Mt•r.• a sse ntble in f ro nt of Jlforrill hall. in the center i>< not n l'artl

182

B ~tnyon

enthttsia s t but t h e

The font• womon dea. n '.~

se cre tary

Xi Sigma Pi "On look-out" ... The Bunyon with a "B" average, "character," and a fores try major is pledged ... Amusing bulletin board. ll ov Ku1m en

Forester Assistant Forester

\VAll O SM t TII

S<•crewry a11d Fiscol Agt>11l

E n wA III> S t.usuen

[{allg<•r FACU LTY MR\HIEil S DeAN Pno v.

D.

S. Jen·en s

E. J\1. D F.TRn s

Assoc. PnoF. }OHN Eunucn PnoF. V. A. YouNG

AssT. Pno~'. En EST Wo ni,ETZ AssT. Pno~·. R . K . PI KIISON

AssT. PaoF. P. } . Pnoc To n Assoc. Pno F. E. V. W111Te

CIIAOUATB "R\IIlEil S LonF.N BAt.:En

RI CII \llO BINGIIA\1 Pen stll ' G BLAI SDELL

R oBEn T SEALE

RonenT P \TTON Ce e P\l e

STUDENT \IE\IllER S RocRn C en!\SEY Puu.u> II AUIU Rooewr K1.1e\\Eil

Rov K EllNER Ceonce LAFFERTY Eo\\ ,\ ntl onI.E

T ELSE PETEit\1 \ 1\ Eo\\ \llO L s nen \\ \llO \IITII

l\1AilSII ALL SPENCER R OBERT STI LLI GER VI ·ce T YooE n

Associated Foresters M.D.'s to anae mic trees . . . Many out-of-staters . . . After s ummer fire fi ghting, classrooms are cool and inspira lional . . . They barbecue, too. Ceonce LA~·~·ewrv

Prt>sident

- PAll. EAS'I' ~:ttiiiiOOK

Vice-President

TEIIIIY PAYNE

Secretary

Burton Akins

La"nnce Arneson \\ illiaru Baribeau

Su~ele Darnett

Robert lli''"

\ ernou Rurli"on

Hit'"hard Campana Carl Clau• t-•ranciM Oillon Paul Eofllerhrook George F.ngler Louirt Engturoru

t-:tl ErickP.Ion Abruluun Erlick JnnH'8 (;irartl

Treasurer

GEOIICK ENCLEII

Ranger -

Fn \ ' K DILLON

Fred Greenfield llo~er Guernse) Pbil H abib ll enr) ll ardenburg Harold Haupt Don ll udbaker John 1-lenon llobert llobba Ito)' ll odkc Fred Horn ltoKer llun«erford Don n ,der I ro Jucobson Billy Jonao Eugene Jones

Gordon Jo•l> n Conlon Kalk Ed Kaoperek Don Killou1h Chrio Koch Hobert Klie"'er Roy Kuehner George Laffert) George Lee Wayne Lulz J obn 0. L> ng•tnd Kennell·• McGinnis William 111 c \lillon Finle> Me augluon Dnid Moloed James M-attox

Ed ' oblc Gerald OtConnor T erry ~'•> ne llic.'hard Posterick L> le Price \\ arren lland all \ ttJlOn Ita' en8eroft Oon llile> ll aro1d Sa:t•tad ll enr) Srhuh7. Do• id Sea bur« John Sidangc Etlwnnl Slwther Ward Smith M nr11l1all Spencer

Bob Stillinger Harold Thomson Robert Walkley Hal Watoon Vincent Yoder Ed Zielinski Gordon Zorb Loren Baker

Herbert B()rmann Dick BinKham Tboma& Crone) Jame8 King Jlobert Patton Gene Payne Bob Sca le

183

Act. F<usytiJ e, • . Corless, ) . Kuntola, D. Franklin , L. VunEt·ery, D. u,,, ,•en ,

Jlf. /Jan son

K. 1/ansen , C. Cook, JU . Jlfathe u:s, E. Hanson , L . Terrien•, 1,. 1-'ije, W. J e nkin.•, E. /Jolfily, K . .lforli11 son D . IJNils, ). C o rner, lr'. ntlon , L . Chapman , R . R obbins, •. Jr illiams, . Mills, M . Elllers

A nwjori ty grO IIfJ of th e , lg Club's rnembers hifJ ure SIWfJperl on Morrill flaiL's step s

184

Alpha Zeta Idaho's Overa ll boys . . . Favored clunk to classes with boots and hoe . . . Agricultural enrollment, aboveaverage grades. Cha ncellor

D ELANCE F ll ANKLI N

Cen sor

Scribe

WA Y NE SUTTO N

} A)I ES Er.r.SWOR T II

D U A N E TTA S EN

llo u..:wr Ho uut •s

Chron icler Don Ilea l• llo nnld Uird Edwin llo•l il y D o n old Oudge La M a r C hntllflRn George Cook Seth C..rle••

M ih o n Eberhard M e lvin Ehle rs J a mes E llswo rth Lela n d Fife M a rio n Jo""orsy th D e La n ce Fra nklin J a) G a rne r

Dua ne ll a n se n Etlwnnl ll nn "e n K eilh I l a n se n M ax ll a m\{'n Way n e ll a n se n W a) n e Hwl"<m F erdirland J a uH~i We~ley J e nki n"

J o hn K a nt ola K e ith ~\ 1 a rt in ~c n Ma uri<•e ~ l a uh e~ s K eith M e rrill ll e i<l J\l e rrill Sto nle) Mill• Hob e rt llubbine

George S todda rd Way n e S uuon Leon T e rrie rr e Leo Va n E v e ry K e nnc l h WeRifa11 Boy d Wbillle Sh e lby \l1illia m A

Ag Club Weevils and curry combs- they deal with both . .. Ag Ba wl - genuine s tra w and " seedy" get-ups .. . All "Aggics" hclong. Prt•sith•nt

WAYN E SUTTON

V it·e- PrPsideut

D uAN E H AN S EN

St>crt>lflry

Eo S TA

lJ ANS E •

L EY

M II. L.S

l'ubficity Committee Ceeil Alltl o rTe r J oe And t r!i~On

Norma n lhrt K+hi D on Ileal• Ho nold Bird ~: d Uodil) Flo) d B roa dhea d Druce Orook A Leona rd Or~k A E ld on llro "n D o n a ld llutl ~t D a le Burkhalt er Duard Ca 11111bd l K e ith Carl!!l()n na, C h o mbe .. J e rry C h a pma n l.eo C hoa t e (~eO rAf!' C nftk Se1h C o rlel'" C uh in C nrul nH Ea rl Croa J oe D a hme n

Gor don D a iley Elmo D a v is IJill D ea n D a le Ored se lla l1>h E dwa rd• ) 1eh in Ehler s J a m tfl' Ellfi'~ Orlh J ohn £ rramou8pe Alle n E8te1> We•le? Evan • Dob <st o ne Leoa nd Fife \1 arion Fo r8) the D e La n ce f ra n k lin G r a nt U oll R o lla nd H u mme r Vi110 ll a m son Du ane ll a n @en Etl ll a n~e n K eitb ll a nse n I I. M ax H a nsen Uo bert H arrison

t.,

D o n lliok •

E d~~:a r ll ue tti ~

T . S. J orneo

Seth J e uk.inR Wesley l ~ nkirl 8 D o n J e n sen Ca rl Jo ha nne~e n E rlin1 J o h a n nf!'se n Keith J o hnson B o b J o rd on Jlo ., a nl J ud) A xel Ka mle~~:aa rd H u1h K en ned) \ l ack K enni n•to n Watk in ~ Ker..h o ~

Sa m Kirk-e) Ed" arrl J-..oe .. t r r \ I a urice Lai rd :\ ola n Lee

ll.wl~ell l.in d~ tr om

D orre ll Lo ll M a uri('e \1 atthewa

Lo " e ll .M a u gh a n

J• r Mdut m b

O a le \l esini t ) l.loy<l \l e rrill lleid \l e rri ll Jim ~ I e) er J a m e! .M ic ht:l.s S uul e) \l i ll• O ua n e \to r 1a n G le n \ l o rrison fl o " &rd \lo rriflon ~o·orre"' 1 \t u n ro T ad \ e il ...o n \\ a llaoe :\id 1ol • C h arlea P an in J ack P e rr) l) a le Price T o m Vrie• t C l) tie ll ecor~l• Ho be rt H obbin ~ Hona ld lto bbin8 Kir"'- Htu h

D e nto n Siddoway Dwi ~tht S mieh G e ra ld Sof"e n M on H u gh Sor e n son Ceor~e S to dcla rd Ward St roschein ' ' er r ill Stucki W a) n e Sutto n .Leo o T e rrie re G o rd o n Tolmie Leo Va n Jo.:: ~+ er) G le n Wasem J ack Wa~ hkuhn K ennelh \\"'e&tfall F red W e lle r Bo>d Wbi 11le C eor1e \f"ilkin~n Sbelb) Willia mo Wa> ne Willia nu Willill W oodwa nl Aar o n Y o rk

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B. Sanders, Denn ]. F. Messenger, Miss B. McCoy, Dr. R. D. Russell, A. Griffiths, 11. Campbell A. Kleinkopf, M. E. Jordan, L. Kuhel, E. Nelson, F. McConnell, ]. A. Tretner

]. 1l1allery, B. Hnyes, M. McMahon, 1. 1. Woodcock, R. Hollingsworth, L. Frank, B. Keeton D. Colquhot,n, E. Tacovsky, A. Foss, II. Jl'ilson, ]. Farrell, 8. L. Gordon,

B. Armstrong,]. Richardson, 1l1. Rice, S. Urness, M. Skjerscw, D. Anderson.

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Kappa Delta Pi Johnny's s uperinte ndent looks for these three pointers . . . Spelling bee sponsors . . . Their repr esentative went to a na tio na I convention, San Francisco. I. Ace

Vice President

Coun sellor

HELEN CAMPRELl.

JI OWA IIO BAKEII

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ponsor

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init ia tions, send a delega te each year to national confer ence. Correspo~~tli11g

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ELLA R t CIIAR I)S ) OYCB B BA I) (, RS

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llistoria11

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Max ine Slatler Donnie Smilll Er ma S milh

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MAntON Fon SYTfl

'l'rt'asun•r

Secretary

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fli('f'>- 1-'rt>.!i•l('nt StX.n!tt•ry

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!.loyd \l erri ll Ueid \l errill Fern \1' trf' Eldred \Iillo \t aril)tl \l oure Sunle, \lorl c n M:n ICot~M \loser Kei th \t o@" ForritAl \ I unro "\id. \ l urdock guentin \1 urdoc;k tlo,tl Ni1:on (:erald i'ufTer Stanle) 01-on J an i" Pa lmer Oule P rice

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LAWRR~CB SPENCF.R

K E ITH P HTTY

De•uan.•n·

LARSO~

Ceor8C S m a lley Hu ~;: h Sorenson June Sor en&on Roy Sout hwic k J anice s ,)auldins E ldred Soeph e n oon B•8SY S oe phent'On )lerrill Sou c ki Luc) T a>&um Wa, ne Thorn r.,son Robert T or&eson R odne) Tunko Dick Walch llus h ~bi11akor Boyd Whiule Laurine Wilde D ea ne Wilde Corrine Williams Maria William8 Willi• Woodward Aaron York

189

/lo m e Ec C lu b me m bers, u:ho ntunber nearly 100 s tron g, (ISSemble on the o ld . ld b u ildin g memorial s teps

V. llurs tedt, C. McCrl'g or, H. Boles, 11. E verest , il1 . John son, 1 â&#x20AC;˘ D ie ter,

J . Cn n t m ings , J . Tuc k e r , A. ill. Jlfullin J . Mann , E. /{(arrington, M. Can o , L. G r ieser, A. Deo bold , ) . Smi th, E . Dieter, J . An(/rcw, C. Stover, S. Currier

190

Home Economics Ulub To nine ho urs of economics, add eight hours of chemistry and s tir fu r iously . . . Their curriculum m akes a utoma ti c member hip. Presidl'ttt

MAUJOLHE THOMPSON

Vice-Pn•sirl<'nt

LA

EVELYN

GENWA l.T Eit

I'Cr('tary

MACEY

Treusttrl'r

M OTT

R ENA EccuEn

Historian Plty llie Akcr• Mary Ann Alhun Junnitn i\niltr~un

M ••8•rel llarhcller L.o rene ll ttle~t K ay flarhee ll ~rriet lle('kuutn llett )' llenron Oa.rlene Oit terli Lorraine lljorL.Iund J)at I) Do\\ lh) \ ir,inia Urt' i4:'k Thdnt;l llruf'e f>auline llulkle) Ph) IIi• fluroler Ueulah UuUf' lldtn ,.t.el1 Loi8 Camt>hell \l or•e Child• \1 arie Comni('k JoAnn Critet' \1 irinm Cuunin~ luem \lor) Dole llora l)nu Ann Oeohald

c....

l.ut.·y At.lele Dillingham Clurlotte Dimond Venire Draper Ucna Ecchcr Mur~aret Ef,keldson Lucile Eyrich Viola Fisher Ella .Fountain Alice Fuhon ll elen Gale Ruby Ganlner Maxine Garner llet t ) Lou Gonion \l ar~e Gun&On (;ucile 1-lah•erson J anice Uamihon Donna Hand) Winifred D art Lorna llart"'elt Dorothy A one llau~e Gloria ll ei~ner I-:\ el> n Heist Jo)ce Jlil 6eker ~:dith ll ill Willa llill Florence llinckle)

"Irene Hin <·k ley ll el en llofmo nn Phyllis Humphrey l''erol lluut er Jlfar,ery llu uell Vera Nell Jamea Hosemarie JanJ~n Lillian Johanne~n .Eleanor J ohnston Dell) Lou Kiltlat rick Pearl Kiteh .\Jerrie Lu Klo1ltfer Shirle, I( nifon« Bernice Lamvert E\ el, n Lansen"' a her E81ella Laraon France& Lar80n Lois Lemon Laurel Li ntbt rum Miriam \1 aier ~ orma Mare hi Flore nee \1 arl!hall FranceJ M auhall Marcella \l auhe\01.& Jo)' Ce ~tercer Fern Meyer

J enn M imHer Belly Moody Frtwt'e" Mornn Arlene Morrow M) rna \1 urray Erma Nail \hry t-:llen NtlAon ll owena ordby Vera Olfil.on Kathleen Orr J.i,•ialt 0l'lurul Julien 1-'aulson ~:dna Poole \'hian Pouer

t.oiJ Ueam \l or) Ellen Hi1>le) Edna Luc) lie Hoberl• J ean ftofl.enbau~h \lildred Ho-.e H elen Sa•<er \I a' it\ Scbuepbach Joiilel'hine Sch\OI.enk(elder Wanda Siple \ 1arjorie SL.jerl!tHt Bell> Sla, ton

.Erma Smi th J unc Sor enrson Gertrude Stein June Stein Joyce Stember J ean Stippich Dorothy Suuon Robin Suuon Roberta Swanrton Jo"'rances "•antek Beuy Thomas Irma Tbomas Rober1a Thomas .\l arjorie Thompson Doris Tille, EYa Mae Tor~ers(ut E li.. belb T ,ra Billie Lou \'an RiCer Belly Jane Wahle E liubeth Walker ~laxine Walters Elh:abetb Watwn ~lildred Weotendahl Vir~inia \\ickman D oroth) Wile)

Phi Chi Theta omebod y's s te nogs ... Send their favori te to a nnu a l national con vention ... S ter n requireme nts. NonltA D11nsn

Prl'sident I ice-f>r('sidl'nl

]EAN CU)I\II NGS

Trl'asurl'r

Janu cc

ndrew

Corrl'sponding ·<'crewry R(!('ordi ng

ecretary

lARY GANO

E T,AINB liEIIItl CTO

IIEL E'I I<:VEIIEST

Arlene Deobald

Elainl.' Harrington

Alta Mae

~[ ullin

Belly Boles

Eunice Dieter

Marion J ohnson

Catherine McGregor

Veri e Bursted t

~orma

Dieter

Edith Jones

J usline Smith

J ean Cummings

llelen Everest

Erma KofTel

Catherin e Stover

Selma Curri er

Mary Gano

Ruth Lightfield

Joyce Tucker

La Verne Grieser

J ean Mann

191

Muu g lu, , L . Chatfield, Jlf. llotcard, F. ft1unro , L. Eyr ic h , M . Dr111/ap, /Iam so n , II. t. Kilputric k , D . mith. E. Larson, E . Ha skell , C. Larso n j acksou, L . ) o lwnnesen, j. tippich, D. Wiley, R . Oli1路er. E. S mitlr , R eam , f ' . Raney, L. Choate, L. R ei man C. Alldu.ffer, C. o re n son, D . H andy, D . Do umacq, ,lf. White nuw , C. Pomeroy, W. Dalley, D. Ila::;elbaker, N. Bartschi Jll. Laircl , P. W etter, j . tecens L. V. L. L.

E. S llltlt ::;, IJ . lr'oc.~trer, C. tanton, D . Varner C. A. llernwn, l'rof. T. j. Prichard, J. Jlfuyo, ft1. E. S roll , /J . Jrn.~l'n, ) . Tay lor, C. Soliday, C. Vallern, C. Cnlbruith, Jl1. ). Dix, E . Corn tvall, In s tru ctor A. C. Dun n Jl.

Wick.~, ].

192

SenjLCn , Mrs . Wic k , E. B e nny

4-H Club a mes fa mili ar Lo fa ir officia ls .. . Of campus in fa ncy, their club is well known, backed a vic tor y b ook ca m paign.

Treasur('r J'ice·Presirlent

Historian

Secretary

B ~>TTY

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\lar~aret nunla,, Lucile E) rich D onna ll ant.l, Oon ll o•tlboker Edilh ll ill M nry D ennis Howard Donn ll ueuig Loin J ntkf&Hn Lillittn Jolutnne~c n

Cecil AlldofTer E ' e llen 8 o•l e 11 ' ormun llnrltwlti Tbelrna llru('e K e lt h Cnr1140II

Leo Chotate \Va lluce Do lley Della Dourn:~t••t

K I LI'ATUIC"-

Adviser •

U~ll ) Lou Kilpatric k Sl•irle) K nifon s \ I aurice Laird

i':l4tt*llo Lar~C) n c;ludys L.nraon

Lowell :\'1augh:tn Sully McDaniels M~..r~tnrc t McGregor El•ie Millay

MR.

Arlene \1 o rro ~ ...orricat ~~ u nro llomaine Oliver Jo ck Perry

j . \\ .

B \ II DER

Gerald E. Soren"on O\\i8ht S mith Erma Smith Ja ck Sle'' tnlf Jean Stippich P aul Wetter l\1uriel E. ~' hi te ruun Dor<>Lh y \Vile>'

c;eorge Pomero>

FnHlk Uaney l.oi" Reu m Oon Heddecop1> Clarence Hieman

Attic Club "With brushes of camel's ha ir" ... reviviecl All icana, a re m a nua l, unpublished for several years . . . roller ska te, too. FA L L

S I* IUNC

G L E N • GALBR \ITII -

President

C I CI LY ANN liE II \I A

I ice- President

C IIAIH . E S

OLI OAY

- Pu YJ. 1.1s

L YON

J UAN ITA SE F TEN

Social Chairman

Bon

Jean B1trne" Eliza heth Uenuy AI Bonin ~fary Vir-inin Uurch Erlene Corn" :.11 llelen J ea u I)a, is

]ENSE'I

Publicity Chairman

Jack l'o• Jim Free mnu G lenn Gulhruillt John l lumm

Cif•il> llrrrnttn Uo h J~u'"t>n

Frnnl.. Kuru llnrold K lobutcher l .n wreru-e Krocsing Ph,· lli~ Lyon

Joan

Mfi} O

Wilma \lont some r y U<rla \l orse

ERLE

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jl\1 Fn E E\IA •

Evel y n ~chult7. Mnr)' Elizabet h $t,_lc)ll Juun it.a Senl1cn C hurleo Soliday Claudine StarHon D o n S"een ey

Ger olc.l Vallem Ozzie \V aloh llic bard Wa h on Vi \Vicko Oe tty Ann \V~tner Jim Yates

193

). Cook, D . Roper, D . Kone n , ) . S pofford, D . Jl1arden, C. Wren, Jl . ult, K . /Jarbe r, D . IJurks, K . llncler.~on, C. Barne:s /J. m it h , II . Dovis, K . 1/(trdin , B. K josness, F . H oney, E. R osti, J. l'eebles, C. A. R e d esef, /l . 1lfo u·e, E. Griffiths, J. Millar, C. St auff, J. IJowmon L . D ouglu s, J . Borber, C. Lou g h , ) . Johnson, N. H utcley, ) . l•'uullill g, D . B ern lwrt, D . B ol ton

A ssociotcd En gineers fl U up t h e spacious steps of the o ld Ad buiffling nte u torif&l plot.

194

Civil Engineers That asphalt- the Civvies know about it . . . Their group is a s tudent branch of the American Societ y of Civil E ngineers. SPRING

•·;\r"'L D ON ltOPE R

President

GBORGE W R EN

JI A IUI Y SUL'f

Vice· President

RoBERT s~IITll

Jou

CooK

DAN MAII OEN

Kenneth Andcrwn Merlyn Andeuon James Oarber Kent Barber Charlea Oarne8 Donald Oarnhort Hobert Oar·ooL.a Uryce Dennett

Jack llerry Ted Oe10ld

Don llohon

Jack Uowman Carlyle Origgo Jack Cbcrvenell John Cook. Warren Cramer

Charleo Crowe Lawrence Dou&las John Canni•'6 Volney Fleischman I vai Coolin Edgar CriOitbo

Secretary

EARL R osTr

Treasurer

DAN MARD EN

Robert Criffitho Carth Jl:td•lock Claude Llansen Keitb Hardin Norman ll awley

Vaughn Holliday Franciij Honey Gerald llyde John J ohnson Hobert Kjosnen

Oonold Konen

Cbarleo Sargent Clayton Schurman Robert Smith Elmer SonniviiJe

1\•1 elvin Lewie

Don Morden Ur ..l McPberoon Je1n 1\1i1or Ray Obendorf John r•eebleo Chorles l'laetino Don llol)er Earl llooti Georae rtu ...ll

biir:ns~~o,yd

Cecil Suit Harry Suit Preston Ta,•lor Curt Washburn Ceor~:e Wren

Associated Engineers Bucha nan's Boys . . . T hey'll dam la kes, unwind highwa ys, direc t dynamo

ow-th ey're sponsoring

a smoker, buil ding toy models for their Ball, rushing for the Dean's class. President Council Members:

ROBERT R ALSTI

Secretary· Treasurer

K ENNETH ANDREW

K 1~NNBTII ANonEw, H AnOLD BnEVICK, NonMAN FINCH, VtRC I L llA YN it.S, Er.MEit JoHNSON, DoNALD K ONF.N, llouEnT RALSTJ N, EARL Rosrr, LLEWELYN STEAnNs, T oMMY TAKATOUI

Kenne1h Anderwn K enneth Andrew ll enr)' Ard

Tom Arimn llobert Atwood R. C. llailey ) ames Borbe:r

Kent Uorber Glenn Darker O ale n..keu Elwood llat~el llr) ce Den nell O onold Otrnhart T ed Oe<old Don Uirf'hmire \\ illiom Uloek La \ ,erne Bollinaer Don Oohon John Oooth Donald llray Carl) le Ori1~• Dou~l .. Ourko John Uurt Harvey Butte Geor1e Cams>bell Jack Chervenell Daryl Cook J ohn Cook C. Warren Crruner

~j.~,~~iCrowe

Wendell Cruser

Jack Curtiss Rohert Da vi& William Deobald Lawrence Douglas Kenneth Downing Alan Dunn Ooh Dye orman Finch Volney •'leioehman Robert Fortin Jack Fox Jay Cano Veri Garrard John Cibson Edward Gilbert Loui8 Click. I vai Coolin Ernest Gnaedinser Charle• Criffitba John Grimmell icholas Grkovic Kowland Daesele flarry Hendron Hohert Hashom Gerald Ha,edorn Raymond Hanson Francie Harlow Ed Ilarper Hill Jlarrisou Wayne H arryma1\ Uobcrt Dawortb Virgil Hayne•

Don llold er I var ll ollidny John JaAherg Elmer Johnson Herman JohniK)n Jerry Johnson D onald Jordin Howard Kamhit~h R ober1 Ken1lemer

~\iia~r~~rr

Robert Koppe8 Ronald Lambtrt ..fony Larson Bob LaRue Robert Lauer Richard Leverin1

:Melvin Lewis

Clifford Lough Eu&ene Lnnte)

Clade L)on John Marchi Daniel Marden Vernon May Bob lllcCiure Melvin McEuen J ack McLaughlin Mac McPher110n Marvin McVey Fred Meech Steve Meikle Donald Milich

Oetnorc.l \ ·1iller Jamett Miller Eldred Millo Curl Minden llohert Mohney Cleo Jlloon )an•e& .M oore ll arvey .Moq~ an 1+:-tl \1orin Cecil \1 ort1son Clinton Murdock J ack eleon Robert 'leloou Victor el~n Clenn No3le RaJ Obendorf Frit'l. Olm J ohn Petble• Ed PetertLOn Lloyd l.,eterM>n \'eu~hn J,eteteon Geor1e Pomeroy Robert llal.cin \lutlin Ha&muesen Ray Heinbardt Allan Holl)b Don Hoper Eorl Hooti J ohn Runbeqr

~::rn~~~~i,~l11 ,

Clayton Schurman

Clinton Sept Ernest Sinclair J erry Skilco Georce Smalley llob Smith Elmer Soniville Gsilen Soule Gene Spurlin« Clifton Stauff

t•:;~el§·,~;:::rns

Ruesell Stewart Harry Suit Ramey Syron T ommy T akatori J ack T aylor Frank Tipton Robert Ti tu& Cerald Tunney G-ordon Ty-rC')ne Stanley Varner Rinehard Walch

E:r::ew~:~~er

Warren Weiobers Harold Weir Franklin West Paul Wickward Ruooell Wilson Richard Woodhead Young

Vernon

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E. Cone, C. Arrl, R. Kenttem.er, A. Benny, T. Tc1katori C. Corle, S . Vorner, N. Pork , R. LaRue R. wisller, E. Cunningham, R. Nelson, f'rof. II. F. Couss L. Bollin ger , R . L e l'ering, J. Crtrtis, I. Hollidoy Prof. 0. C. Cromer, E. Sinclair, C. Cook. C. Lemmon, Tr!. Deobolcl

{(, Fortin , U . Crisp, J, John son, E. Mills, R. Syron, fl. John so n , IJ. Jl filler, E. Muelln , {( , Dye, II . Click P rof. {(, 11. llull, Jrl. Ellis, C. So ule, C. Sept, K. Downin g, V. Dixon , V . l'e ter.~on , II . Weir , L. Walters , l'rof. J. H. Johnson, J. Burt

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Mechanical Engineers Machin e m ys rcrics come up a t bi-monthly meetings ... S ponsor g ues t s pea ke rs ... One major social event.

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Warren KnuttloOn J ameB Jl. LarAOn

John Gibson Richard Gordon '\\'illiam llarrison ne H arr) man

Robert LaRue

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Ceorse Lemmon Richard Le' erin« -\ feh in \l cF:utn

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Arthur llenn) llonald Oirf'hmier La\ e rn Uollinktt

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John CurliA

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Ted Hunt J ohn Jaobers Creston John&IOrl J erry J ohnson llo~ard Kambiuch Hichard Koch Fred I.e Clair Vernon \I a) !Job :\I cCiure H arlow \l eKinuc)

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Bernard Miller Jarneo Miller •:ldretl \I ill• O onald \1 ilich Jim \t oore t-:tl \Iorin C. II. \l orri•on \ au1l111 l,eter8on IJoh H ul~tin Alton Se1>1 Clinton StiH

William Skinner Gailen Soule Winston Spencer Dave Ste".,.~ms Ramey Syron Ralph Tallent ['at T unne} Honold Walker Lloyd Walter Hichard Woodhead Harold Weir

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R . 11tton , If. ta11jield, 1' . Ly on, H . JP'ilson B. T11rn e r, j. Douglass, 8 . Cornell, C. R e a , S. Knig ht, j. Rupp, Mrs. J . R . Bill, R . Boyer, M . Dole ~1. L. J e n sen , 1l1. impson, F. S iegfriedt, A. S tone, D . R iley, . Bar11e 11 , j. Jl fcCornwcl.- , C. Cod e, B. teinhe iser, B . R obson

Fatniliar faces ot Jrlesllltins ter G uild n~ee tings, thesl> tne n t be rs play o n a c ti ve port itt fun c tion s of the ir c hurch. One of the lorger religio us organizations, they number over fifty.

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Canterbury Society At their weekly meetings, this E piscopalian group discusses wha t's c urrent . .. T heir youngish pastor a nd his wife a re popul ar pa trons for camp us affairs.

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\t uriel \~ t ell llell) llabcc>ck \t ara•re& IJat'on Lorenc Oalelll

\l or> F.. lled .. dl Jean Oit~tln"' Emil) Uohliu Claire llraC'ken !\t ar) Rro" n \1 o~ine Oryant Merit) n Our(ord Phyllio llurokrr \' i vio n Caldwell

• EvELYN LA ' C E NWALTER

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E otTu JoNES

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Ellen Cox Winifred Chri.stian80n Helen Jean Da' is Gloria O,er Lucille E, rich Marian Fran~n \l ary Ann Freeland Muriel Fugate lleleo Gale Maxine Garner Lois l:::larnelt Loi• llodge Ellna Herrint ton

J ane nerrlnston Patricia. Uolden Dorothy Uolen Olive Holmes Mary IJo,.ard Eleanor J ohn&On

Edith J ones Helen Loui~ Jone~ Bell) Lou Kil,>atricl £,tel, n Lancen" aher Estella Lar8on Barbara Lon1 Edith Marler Oorotf·•> Mc\t,trlin

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Jean \ 1in8lcr Kathleen 01T Oorothy Ann Oulz8 Josephirle Palmer \ l arian Partner Ann l>ea' ey Ann Pot"in Patricia Pot" in l'atricia Pu~:b Ph> llio Hetherford \lory l(eynold~ \"ir1inia Hiclunbon \l ildred Ho"e

~Iary Jean Shipman J uatine Smith E li•ahetb Sprarue Joyce Sundstrom Barbara Sutcliff Leatba Swofford Elaine T homas

Louise Thomp&On

Helen Urness Beverly Weber 1\l arion Wil10n Elizabeth Walker D onna Wortb"·ioe

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Roger William·s Club Over thirty " re treated" to Lake Chatcolet for a spring week-e nd ... Im pressive r ites at their " recognition" banque t. J ACK

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Eilene Aiu11.lic Pauline Ain &lie Lucille llull Gerold Orown Ooniel C. Clutl8

Vvlney Flei&cl•ma n Gertrude Galbraith D o nna ll andy Loi s B o rl &en D on llick8 1

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Sumuel Kirk"ey M e lcen tt Kiurell Marcello Moohew• Hichord A. Maule Cleo llloon Mar&utril e Odom Ronalt.l ll ohin~ton Jo Schwenkfelder

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Cecile S helton Mary I.MuiMe S h e 1w,rcl llt11 h Shelton William Skinn er ~:d ..•ord Slu• h er C laudine S tanton G loria ltult1 S tewart

ErLENE ArNSLTE

BnowN, DoN TTvrHut

J ea n S ti1>pie h Juanit.a Sturgill D orothy Sutton Fred Thurston Ja ck . Thurston .M urie.l Whiternan Vincent Y oder

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Ca mpus Catholics are alert . . . Stud y tables arc dissolved by their occasiona l rmxers . . . Newm a n a larm clocks ring earl y, of Sundays. F A t.I.

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Delphine Aldec-oa Mor) Our~ h J err) Oro~ n Richard Cam11ana Donald Coni•> ll ilar) Corf'iaan Earl Crea J erome D a hmen Jo--.rant"i8 J)itlo n Ed~ard En~li8h

All•ert Ena,unoupe Mike F.rraJ) mou ~t l)e J o hn Fannin• Ton> i\ iwhenbre,lf' r

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Edaa r Grieser M ar1ar et Cutbman Maraartl H a milto n Norman II a~ ley K n) llickman ll owanl Kambitsch J oyce Kenworth )

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Pet er Olh adoui Cla rence Riema n Geor-e lluuell llalr>h n .....ll J ohn II ) an llo be rt n ,a n Thoma& It) a n Cletue Sarbacber

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Conslance S tapleto n June Stein Gertrude S teln Frances s~·antek Cbarles S trom T bo ma s Swa~:e r P eny T wa>' Norman Vedder Bob Vonderharr Bill Wall Seu y Wahle William Wheeler J a mes Wokersien Edward Zielinsk i

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Deon J . C. Elclrid~te, C. Wilson, W. Dolley, C. Lattig, P. rhrwbel, S. Kin ~f, C. Pom eroy, R. /Jird, , I . Ser" t, V. VanCuren, ) . 'ki les, F. f 'incllt>y C. S mnlley, R . /lc>irthordt, E. B atzel, A . Foss, L . Peterson, C. J osly n , D . //o lder, j. Cord o 11 , U . J oslyn, A. Kiser, T. Merrill, J>. Evans, Dr . E. Crnut>, ) . Muller l P'. Jlforwt, B . Vonderlwrr, D. Swan, Tr' . Weinberg, IJ. Titu .â&#x20AC;˘, O r . .,P', E. Fol::s, Prof . 11. Bergerso n , B . Bloor, K . Whitley D. Jlo ldcr, S. M c Kinney, K. TP'hiting, B . Doane, B. S pnuldin g, S. Df'lana , 11. llult, C. Ta y lor, R . Wilson

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Alpha Lambda Delta Wear ca ndles, burn oil . . . Mind Papa 's academic advice . . . Record members hip . . . Encourage eligibles with teas. Presi<lent

Trl'asurl'r

Vice-Presidl'ut

• MuRIEL AxTELl,

11 istorian

• PRISCILLA DONE

Ah£mtWI' Advist>r

Faculty Adviser

ANN T!IOMPSON

NA CY JuNE STAFF OR D

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.Muriel Axtell

Claire Bracken

Marylu J ense n

F r ances L arsen

Ann Thompson

J ean Boyington

Priscilla Done

Edith Jones

Frances Sanborn

Sybil Urness

Frances Marsh all A my MacGregor Barbara M ea rs J ulciu Pau lson

l\Iary E lizabeth P ennell Judith Rupp Cecile She Iton Margaret Stillinger

Erma Koffel

1942 PLEDGE \farjori e Aeschliman Elnora Arms Barbara Ballinger Jean Bonneville

BeLLy Brown Virgin ia D empsey D ella Doumacq Eldoris Franson

Marion Franson Frances F ree man Alfri cda Gilbertso n Doroth y Anne TT augc Florence Marshall

Phi Eta Sigma .luev nile geniuses ... Required: fres hman average, 3.5 ... ll eredity a nd environment.

Alpha Theta Delta Foreign policy obscures "w:immin" an occasional hour or so ... They t hink ... Guidi ng their steps aright: Bergerson-Folz-Dragdon ... Vague selective basis.

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A. 1/ornbaker , 1'. Conley, i\1. 1l1alnoric k, 8. Leonord, D . W ihle, IJ . Llluh路l~onen, S. J o h nston , A. Tu.ylor, J . Smedley, /J . Thomas, U . Williams

C. M i ndf'n , C. l'enncll, 11. /Jrf' vic k , D. Gray, W. Lon g, JJ. O 'Connor , C. O ' Con n or , C. 'l'oev.~, T . Fcntitnan C. J e.ffer.<on, A. O lson, D . 1/older, E. Zie linski , J . '/'(ly lor

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Chemical Engineers Cll 2 0 11 C H (C 11 0 11 ) 2 C ll 0 11 - D cfcnse a ces . . . The) ·11 concoc t in official quarters.

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Sigma Tau Top rankers of slide r ule scientis ts c la im me mbership in this nation a l . . . •\11 departme nts in th e college of engineering are represented.

Sigma Gamma Epsilon They muc k-ra ke . . . lm m orta lizc a s hjning school-of-mines freshman each year- via pl aque ... Obligations. a nnua l ball.

Alpha Phi Omega Bo y Sco uts . . . T wo thousa nd more fin gerprints to go o n Eagle wings a nd Tracy ba dge . . . l•:nhanccd ad bulletin board with uniform car ds ... Good deed: Ga te way.

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Phi Upsilon Omicron he can sew a fine seam and grill a rare st ea k ... But her grades rnus l be smiled upon for me mbershi p among the select of home economics majors.

The Curtain ubtle shadows, grease paint- they're Gables and Garbos . . . Cons tant r ope jerker , costumers, are n ot overlooked in yearly pledgi ngs.

Alpha Epsilon Delta pothecaries and appendix are not m ysteri es to the pre-med elite . . .

ational affiliation . . . Scholars hip.

Bench and Bar Genus-legis . . . Habi ta ts- secluded dry regions . . . Withs tand ou tside rigors at annual da nce . . .

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l. D ough, tin~e, o 11d /Htlil•nce fly in regi slrnl io n litH•. 2. Nobody', s i g ui ttl[ up for lhPse c ourses. :1. Annoying . . . l1111 tH'N'S.~a ry for reronl snlt·.~. 4. Ti me drctgs on. !;. "Ginlln P .five nic k e l s ." 6. S tuden ts si g n "I~ .fur fiP.fcnse . . . vol ttnl·a ri ly.

1. Utn-rn- m . .. /le t s h e for go t LO pa c k h e r too tltbru .~ lt. 2. A sp e r-inl ,./ro t of t h e sp ecial. a. Declu c tion: S now in fiiNttes it's the Chri .~t nws s p ecial. 4 . This poor rus h ee dhln ' t hnve n c hall t'e. ll. Lot., of jnlops . .. tt t the fir s t of the year. 6. " lPe've Of' t' ll looking f o r wttrd t o this ." 7. 0 11 f' m an . .. nwkes it" co-e dn cation(t l. 8 . "No w w h ere did Johnny g o ?"

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7. Wish the other hulf of this picture wusn't censored. 8. In the smoking cur . . . they smoke. 9. Surprising w hut a little SevenU p does for u dry bridge game. 10. Yeuh . . . think I ' Ll join the Marines. 11. More bridge . . . more Seven-Up. 12. A sneeze, muybe . . . or <• yawn. 13. Elbows, Benoit! 14. llere 1nust be u New Yorker s tory . . . or just u story. 15. L.D.S. picnickers pack in the gn~l>. 16. 4- fl Clubbers nnloud the gals and grttb. 17. At Argonaut picnic, Campbell dishes it Ottt <•s usu.ul. 18. When <• landlubber goes kayaking. 14. Chrisman Hall men drink deep . .. of Robinson Lake nectar.

To the d ea n o f m l' ll <:om e m a n y w ith the ir proble m s Pres ide nt a nd 'Irs . l>a le " mi x" a t the Frosh mixer Dr. C t路a m c t路 a dmi res infinn a t路y's modern e quipme nt . . . d a n c i n~'s a lo t of r o t , p s) c hologically speak in~ t:nh路c r s il )

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I. Ela ine 1'h om.fJS p e n s c h e m notes. 2. C h e rn lecture in Science .102. 3. G lenn Gnlbrnith puts art kno w lnlgc into proctical u se. 4. Dltrn those socks, anywlry! 5. lffl.~ lwrs dis h it up for clttbmNt. 6. 1'ou g h s tuff, t h ose p hysics proble m s. 7. Nice s ubject, tv h nLi' 8. H ome Ec class playa cts for exp e rience.

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Counties.~ thin gs to do . .. or see . .. or b e a part of. R ecreation for the takin g . . . fnn for the nwking. Orgnni::sed or spontane ous .. lltrge, lau ghin g rrow(/s, or small, co ntNLtc tl cliqnes. R eloxation . . . b efore ltnd after clltsses or qui::s::sex. T he '' )oP.~" are atrvays at it . . . the " Brains' ' seldorn parLicipute i n it. Tlwt' s pluy at ldnho .

AE ping pon g ers lWll s ide lin e r s . 2. Thi ,q ln s tiluU lad i s g oing to k e ep that S pin s t e r S lcip flaw. 3 . S w ee t tne n took lesson s fr o nt the Lrua,elin g c ard s lwrk. 4. A fair Knpplt rnaiden re.~ c rws a Fiji llunking v ic tim. 5. Joanne Trc tner c roon >< to Fros h mixerite.~. 6. P e ggy JWa ssey i.~ an AlrJiw Chi- S i g ma Chi snow-brawl ras rwlty . 7 . A Oeltu Com.nwforgot to du c k. 8. JJVnr brou g ht ortl the Lindley llall Volunteer Corps . 9. Rittg o . .. nt the A. W.S. carni路val. I.

l. A nine o' clock breal.jas t at The Nest. 2. B ill 0 ' ftleara b e lie ves in :service. 3. Buc k et !l1cuwger Jim Jl lars h makes rlu111gc. 4. R lâ&#x20AC;˘Y Brooklwrt los t the b et . . . and everything e lse . . . after hi.~ s ixt h s hake. 5. A ty pical Buc k e t scene . . . well, rnaybe. 6. " 1" Clnb ruentbe rs take over t h e No bby for the i r initiation ceremonies.

] . G e n e ra Ling n oise for the Cougar fra c a s. 2. Bnn d n tP IIt b e r s 11Wiw t h e c onc h es vib rate . 3. Idnho ma.rdtes o n Pnllnutn and JP . S .C. 4 . S otne thing f unny , Cnrlso n ? 5. A s tucly i n e tnotion . . . firs t Lo n c hdo wn a g ains t G onz a ga. 6. A nothe r stncly . . . a luunan d y n <uno .

I. Gypsy dancing at t he Thew h ouse. 2. Tekes cut loose at their traditional A pnc h e dan ce. :l. wi n ging through the door to the B etas' Christma.~ clltncc. 4. ' ilk-sltirt ed IJc lts go Russian annually. 5. ATO Tin Cun dance . . . with m e ta ls so SCf.trce, too. 6. Fros h mixer brings ull classes to ge t hPr. 7. Choc milk all-ctround for t h e Senior Bctll gocrs .

1. Mr. a11d Mrs. chat with Fio- Rito. 2. Ah, heaven! 3. IP/mt a fnce . . . what a voice . . . 'tvlwt a drifJ. 4. Evelyn girâ&#x20AC;˘es out with "Stardu st." 5. Whnt the boy.~ in tire bandstand saw.

Idaho'.~ infirnwry ltas b een f urnis hing s t u d e nts with any thin g f ro m closs excu ses to hos pi to liz o t io n one/ m eclit·altreutme n t fa cilities s in ce thefall of 1937 . O ver one tho n.~and lr o.~pitali:artion e ntries are recorde d during the year with m edi cul ~ulls n verag ing s ix ty p e r day . I n the candid .~cen es ubo ve: Joc que line Jlforefield is o tu• of the many s tude nts w h o fincls the infirtn ory ft rtuiPI t>lfl ct> In .~ tudy; Bnrney Blo or tnkes n pntie nt's blood prex.~ ure conn t clttring the f nll chec k-up. Dr . lhtrold D. Cram e r f'il.et· k.~ ove r s tnde nts' h ealth reports .

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N urse Drep.~ takes a loo k at D o n R eddecopp's le~: pack. Bud lle nry lH t d C huck J>lns tino ge t s ome of those hanrly infi nna ry excuses fr o tn Nurse J>e nce. Dre;cel /Jrown 11eem s to enjoy o 11hot of nose s pre&y odminis t ern l by N nr.se J o hnson. On t h e inside looking out , Elme r S t o nt jind11 liOlitaire n little boring . Fred Olrn probobly wi .~ lws N e ls on f>urk und Dick S t. Clnir wonld g o fttnty ew e/ le t him s leep . M enltime is one of the in.finnory'.~ pleu .sunter lltOtne nts, soliloquizes Eilef'n CilbertMut . l 11oo c Moor and G eorg e Campbell ore ttvo f e llo ws tlw t don' t ge t arottnd often e noug h to s nit infi.ruwry -bonnd ll tttcle nts .

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heads .. . spread s blankets over a professor's words . . . tcords of weight and wisdom . . . of dignity and nonsen se i11 the s hadow of a blue book . . . bttt we try not to sleep Prof . . . hones t

CHALK 路TALKS

President's Message

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In the traged y of a world at war we arc c hall e n ged to s tre ngthen and e nrich our American hcr路itagc. C iviliza tion is s hattere d not only because of the p c r路ils that assail the bod y but also b ecause of the dangct路s that s ur.,.ound the m ind. Of u s, a s of no other gcncr路a lion of A m cl"icans, the s upreme t est i s b e ing made.

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Robert JTI. Greene J>roctor

Sweet Librarian

/Je/Ze .lf.

H. D. Crame r , Jlf. D. Unice rsity Ilea/tit

Frank Stanton Bursar

Ella Olesen Registrar

R. JTI. Lind Buil<lin gs & Grounds

0. A. Fitzgerald Pnblicity

PRIORITIES heckled Buildings and Grounds S upervisor R. W. LtNO this year as he alle mpted to raise a new dairy building a nd a new e ngineering laboratory in the midst of s tee l s hortages and buildin g restric tio n . Other univers ity officials sa w a busy year, as two men's dormitories were turned over to the navy, the registrar 's office force dwindled, and the entire sys tem demanded cons tant oiling needed to keep thi ngs r unning smoothly. Beyond the hierarchy of uni versity adminis tratio n is th ~ Board of R egents, six of the solidest citizens of the s tale, who r egularly lay fat brief cases o n President Dale's long table and determine school administration and policy. Gearing Tdaho to a new war turnover this year, they plotted a hi gh speed education-for-defense program, installed the quar ter sys te m to become effecti ve this spring, and set about grindin g out four-year s tud ents in three years. ew Board of Regents Presid ent is s her B. Wilson, T\\ in Falls, who was elected in \larch to succeed Coeur d ' le ne's W. ~1. M e Ia ug hton. judge W. E. McNmtghton, Mrs. A. A. Steele, }uclgc J. A. Anderson, J. F. J e nny, C. E. Robe rts, A. B. JPilson.

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MESSAGE It is with a g •·e at d e al of h esitation t h at I add •·ess you , the you n g m e n and young wome n who mus t b e the futur e Jc ade •·s of the Stale and the N ation. Yours is pe c uliarl y u h et·itagc o f s trife , s a c.-ificc, s uffering-a war-to•·n wo..ld . Yours mus t b e a r esol ve to take upon yo u •·sel ves the burde n of •·econs t •·u c tion and to s h a r e in leading this tate and N ation out of the troubles into whic h it h as b e en plunge d. :\l y one c onso lation at t h is t i me i s t h e faith that I have i n the you11 g m e n and young wome n of Idaho in a c complis h in g t h is fa c t. Yours will be a diHi c u l t but gl orious tas k.

CHA E A. C LARK.

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F requent caller a t m en's houses and ha lls is HERB Wu ' DE RLI CII, dean of me n, who can hold his own without reser ve in any male hull session o n the campus. Whe n not pou ring oil on s tude nt troubles, Dean 'Vunderlich decides on 1 Y a llo tments, serves on the university draft board , s tude n t -facult y council, and some ha lf dozen other student and fa culty committees.

Be cttricP Ol11on, Deatl of Women

Last word on women's activiti es co mes from Dean of Women BEATR ICE OL O N, who decrees lockout ho urs, passes o n social functions, and censors the annual Pep Band show. She watches with a mo therl y eye over a brood of several hundred women who r eceive her dic tates with var yin g degrees of enthusiasm and to her fa lls the ticklish task of re taining fri e ndships when saying "yes" or " no."

Filling brie fl y the s hoes of absent D ean R. II. Farmer, 1\ ssociate Professor WtLL AUO WI LD E this year s tepped up to acting dean of the school of bus iness adminis tration, t o se r ve until Jul y. H e r ece iv e d degrees fro m the ni versities of U tah a nd Ca liforn ia, a rr ived a t Ida ho twenty -two yea•·s a go. Fer vent boos te r of Tdaho sports, he seldom misses an y a th le tic event, now finds lime hi mself on ly for golf.

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D ea n of the fa culty a nd dean of the U niversity i barrel-c hes te d J \ Y G. E LDRIDGE, who arrived at Idaho in 1901 and thi s pring turns in his fo rty-firs t year of service. li e received his bachelor's, doctor's, a nd mas t er's degrees from Yale, earned a Phi Beta K a ppa key, s tudied in Fra nce a nd Ge rma ny, a nd became a flu ent speaker a nd volumino us reader of foreign tongues. H e now heads the de t)artmenl of moclern la ngua ges, traverses the Ad buildin g's hallways from class to class with a peculiar hippc ty-hop th at makes mockery of his a ge. 243

Dean J. E. B c u \ t\A , Idaho graduate and one of the University's newest deans, r eturned to his alma mater o nly four years ago to become dean of the college of engineering. H e graduated in 1927 after cracking top gr ades in one of the toughes t curric ula in the nive rsity, did high way engi nee•·ing work, until he became head man in the school which gradu ated him. Main interes ts are airpor t develop me nt and flood control.

DEANS

Coming to Ida ho from Wisconsin in 1919, C uAHLES W. II GERFOrto served as head of the plant pathology department, and beca me firs t dean of the headless graduate school in 1931. er ving on the academic council and the public events commi ttee keeps him busy, hut he find s time to diagno e pla nt ills for perplexed P a lo use farmers, and c he \\ the r ag \\ i th s tude nts who happen by hi office on ~lorrill third.

Dean T. . KERR, of the college o f le iters a nd science, probably has more irons in the fire than any other one fa c ulty ma n. 1\uthor of b ooks on law, c hairm an of public events and athletic commiltees, professor of political science and business, he s till find s time to g uide the affairs of his college. This year he collabo•·a ted with D ean Buchanan in working out vital new defense courses.

Eight years of professional experie nce as assi tant dis tric t a tlorney of C \\ Yorl-. City gave Dean PE'\ OLETO N Il o" \RD a thorough workin g kno,dedge of law to supplement his academic trammg. T exas g rad uate, be received his mas ter 's and doc tor's degree from Columbia, cam e w~st t o I daho in 1929, and wilhin five yea rs was dean of the college of Ia w. C lo be trolle r and a uth or, h e takes great inte r est 111 s tudent governme nt.

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DEANS

'Because of the a gility "i th '' hic h tall, ang ular J. F. M E E:-IGER perfo rms his j ob as dean of the school of educa tion, aspiring pedagogu es from a dozen s ta les each year come to Idaho for essentia l pointers on t eaching. i\l os t freshme n, in all departments, read his " Art of Going to College," and uni versities thro ug ho ut the country use his " His tory of Edutation."

Des pite a doctor's degr ee from Yale U niversity, Dean DwiGHT J EFFERS is a fores ter, and respected as s uch among Paul Bunyans in t he school of forestry. Because of its comprehensive forestry trai ning prog ram, Idaho is top-rate in the nation, and a mecca for would-be foresters from ~1 aine Lo California. Eac h summer, D ean J effers Lakes his men to Payette lakes, where they pul Lo practica l use the notes they took in \I oscow c lassrooms.

While D ean A.~ . l~A IIRE N "ALD followed the go\ e rnment's call this year to California and e w York , the school of mjnes, a lways importa nt to a milling s tate, became vital to the nation. }<'or turning out co mpetent mine ralogis ts ldaho's school is fortunate, because D ea n Faluenwald is considered throughout the West as an expert in hi s field.

E.]. Jooi c s, dean of Lht college of agric ulture, this season fini shed m ore than a quarter-century of teaching Idaho aggies the fundamentals of crop production, farm mana ge m e n l , ment, and other a gricultural " mus ts." Before se ttling at Idaho, he shipped off to Europe on a ealtlc s te amer a nd journeyed up and down the continen t s tud ying farmin g con di tions in 16 coun tries.

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DEPARTMENT AT

IDA HO

the depa rtme nt head is ins truc tor as well as counsellor.

and if he's a "good Joe" in the c lassroom he's usua lly a fri endly advisor in office conferences.

luci en ls know o ne fro m the other for

what they are, know the traits which m a ke som e easy to t alk to, others lofty or diffid e nt. The broad sho ulders of th e approved ones cany the burden of the s tudents' " blue book blu es" and they hear things that never get as far as the busy dean of the college.

Prof. Hobart llere:ifor~l, A g rirufturof En p in eerin g . Dr. C.]. Bros nan , American His tory . Dr. L. C. Cacly, Ch e mis try. l'rof. C. Jrl. Cltenou:e th, Philosophy. Dr. Fre d e ric C. Churclt , European 1/is tory . l'rof. John H. Cu s hman, En g lis h . Dr. Paul A. Eke, Ag ricultural Ero nomic.~. Dr. j . Donalll Forrest e r , G eology. Dr. Floy d If/. Gail, llotany . Prof. 1/enry F . Gau ss, â&#x20AC;˘lfechaniccll Eng in eerin g . Dr. William V. Hctl cers on , Ba c t e rio logy. Dr . C . Jrl. llanunar, Physics. Prof. 1/orol~l L . . l:ctelf, Clct ssiral Lan g uages Prof. j . W. llart(Jtt, l' sycholo;.:y l'rof. Alva. It If. /Jeerlt<â&#x20AC;˘r , M u .~ir

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HEADS â&#x20AC;˘ ince t hey are m ore approachable than deans, their pa ts on the back every year c ut down the number of flunk s in each depa rtment from journalism to animal hus band r y. Y ellO\\ cards in U -hut mail boxes have summoned many a skidding scholar to conferences whic h often turn into "bull sessions" wher e s lud ent a nd fa culty thresh out t he wh ys and wherefores of pe nciled " D 's" and occa sional red " F 's."

Prof. C. JP. 1/i<:kmlHI, Animal Hu s bandry . Prof . J . Hug o Jolln s on , Ele Nri cul Eng ineering . Dr. Karl H . W. Kln ges , Ag ronomy . f'rof. Cliffo rd E . Lampmnn, Poultry Hu s bandry. l'rof . II. E. Luuig, Ag ric ulturul Elluclltion. Prof. T . J , l'riclwrd, Art and Arc hitecture . J>rof. il1nrg are t Ritc llie, /fam e Economi c.~. Dr. W . E. S hull, Entotnology. Prof. l(obert . n y d er , Agric ulturul Che m.is try . Dr. H ou:urcl JJ . toug h , Zoo logy. Prof. Wm. f '. u:itulle r, Journalis m .. Prof. Engen e Tay lor, JHaLII e mtttics. Dr . D . ll. The ophilus, Dairy Hu s butulry . Dr. LPif Vern e r , 1/ortic ulture . l'rof. Janelle L. Wirt, JT"ome n 's l'hysicul J:.'<lu clllio n .

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T h e rally com m ittee . . . it f unc tio n e d effe(• ti n•ly G u ess they're n ot s tuffi ng ballo t b oxes t hese d ays S tude nts a tte nd the Legio n ser vice fl ag prcMenta tion

eet " the boys" . . . hatc het men and ward h eelers . . . politicos tvithout cigars . . . putting a toe in a party nich e . . . tasting the spoils system . . . byplay and double - cross . . . Mark your X h ere . . . for honest government

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BALLOTS 'N' BOSSES

GR ADUATE \ s lo ng as GALE M1x can keep t he bottle of red ink on the s helf, things run sm oo thly around his offi ces in the S tudent U nion building. As graduate m a nager, he cont rols t he expense accou nts of all university activities, a nd gracefully dodges the inev itable wrath of unsweate rcd a thl e t es, a mbiti o u s c l ass officers, a nd as c rnhly c ha irmen planning the " biggest s how in yca•·s." Siuee taking "Cap" H or ton's place in 1939, Ga le has seen the add itio n to tbe niversit y of te n new de pa•·trncnts, and has sung the glories of Id aho to loca l cha mbers of commerce up and down the s tate. Jl e fondl y hopes th at the minor s ports pro~ram which he has mothered will so me da) find its rightful place in the Ida ho sun. But \\ i th o ne eye on that bottle of red ink. he sit s, a nd chews his cigar, a nd wonders . Perr) C ulp, Jr. , b eca m e ac tin g grad u a t e m anager "he n \ I ix traded his blue serge suit and cigar for an arm y unifo rm.

To s taffmc n o n Tu~; A nco AUT and TnE GEM, "OPC" s tands fot· Office of PEHHY C LP, hub of the wheel of Idaho publicity. Fro m hi s com er of the s tude nt union building ne ws. pho tos, and ca mpus gossip radiate to newspapers thro ugho ut the s ta le a nd the northwest, telling home-town fo lks ''hat's doin g "up at 1da ho." As A t; I pu blicil) m a n, C ulp supervises the publication of the Fresh man ll andhook. foo tball programs, drama and concert progra ms, a nd has a wor d Lo say about gener a l Argonaut a nd Gem pol iC). Tribute to the success of ne,, s-plugging e nterprises may be seen on the walls of his offi ce, cluttered \\ith Id aho news clipped fro m papers across the far reaches o f the country.

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MANAGER

Marin Rllphoe l S ntith , g radu.ote tnanager's secre tary. Don Bo s k e l t, p11blirity d epartme nt secret<•ry.

\1 A RI \ R \P II AE L MITrr- " Mike" to Idaho s tudents - labors lo ng hours unta ngling knotted finances for s tudent ticke t sa lesmen, who never seem to make their book bala nce. s secretar y to Gale Mix, she pu ts her boss' words into action, adds long columns of fi g ures fo r A I ledgers, and accoun ts for a ll fund s tha t pass thro ugh the graduate m anager's offi ce. tudcnts like to do b usiness with " M ike," because her pa t ie nce is practically unlimited. R ight-ha nd ma n to ews Director P erry Culp, J r., is Do CA HLSO , so phomor e journ a li sm major.

Whe n C ulp is out of town, Vandal news stories are fil ed by Don, who also clicks the shutter for mos t of the A · r s publicity pictures. B efore the war forced a cut in the SUI s t aff, Bob Bonomi, senior journa lis m major, helped with the AS I publici ty. Bonomi, C ulp, and Ca rlson put out a mimeograph ed press bulle tin until the associated stude nts had to pa re expe nses. ecre tary in the publicity depar tment is F reshma n EvELLE BA K ETT , wbo checks Gem and Argonaut advertising fig ures and helps " Mike" wade tlu o ugh tic ke t receipts.

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Sennett Tay lor, R e no Eccher, Rorhel Su:nyne. M~arjorie Tlwmptw11 , or n w Lou M c Murray, Denn D. S. Jeffers, Jlfilt Eberhard, Cale Mi x, Rully Franl.路li11 , /Job I~PPright, Ston Olson, Harry Lewies.

E LECTED to the hyper-ac ti ve executive board this year were ennett Ta ylor, R e na Ecch er, Rachel Swayne, orma Lou ' l c, f ur ra y, Rudy Franklin, K enneth Sco tt, tan 0 1 on, and H arry Lewies. Marjorie Tho mpson, president of AWS; Dean Dwight J effers, advisor; Gr aduate Manager Gale Mix, and Argonaut Ed itor Bob Leeright sit on the b oar d as ex-o ffi c io m embers. They m ee t each Tuesday night in t he ASUI office off t he Bucket lo unge to ponder s tudent problems.

WHILE GnEEK politic ian s remained silent last spring, the Independ e nt par t y made Lindley H all's Milt U l preside nt , without the casting of E berhard a single vote. :\ o runnin g mate emerged from noncommital Greek ra nks to oppose Eberhard. who automa tically s te pped into the presidency to succeed bald-headed Les M cCarth y. Eberhard helped to dissolv<> th<' old Co-op books tore, put across radical war路-tim<> a me ndment s to t he ASUI con stitution, and with the help of protege ll arry Lewies s trove to pus h the S tud cn 1 Union bookstore actuall y into s t ud en 1 l1a nds.

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,H ilton Eberhard, ASUI /'reside nt

.Uac helor hood ended for Eberhard with the close of the firs t semest er. J le married Sopr ano Evel yn Failor路, moved out of Lindley into a house next t he ca mpus, re mained in school, and pulled the strings as vigorously as ever.

ASSOCIATED STUDENTS L' I TED

T DENTS s tood on the outside looking in after 1ndependents swept

the executive board elections last spring to capture six of eight pos ts, and rally behind President

MILTO

EBERllARD in governing rdaho's s tudent body.

This year, as executi ve board members answered th e beckoning fin ger of the draft board and shuffied off th e scene, war s tripped the ASUI of much of its political dabbling, forced changes in the ASUT cons tit ution which would be laughed down during another year. The board did away with special elections when its me mbers began to vanish, decided that costs were too high, need too li ttle, a nd cancelled, for the duration, traditional mid-term class electi ons. Biggest project undertaken this year by the boa rd was transfer of the tudent

nion bookstore to s tudent han ds, a nd an a llc rn ptcd merger with

the former Co-op. R egular business included confirming of appointmen t s, vo ting of awards, a traveling jacket squabble with "down-at-the-heel" football me n, the occasional demand for "cokes a ll around" from Fall Guy Eberhar d.

llarry Lewies, vice-president, fJnd Nortnn L o u M c Mnrrny, secretary

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ASSOCIATED NUllB ER ONE kingpin among campus women is M ARJORIE THOllPSON, president of the Associated Women S tud ents. E lect e d to the vice -presidency in the spring polling las t year, her present p ost c ame a s a s hock both to her and to sorority women when she automatically slipped into the president's chair after Mabel Ayres fai led to re turn to school. Immac ulate grooming is second nature to Marj, who maj ors in home economics, sews most of her own clothes. Genuine friendliness,

sincerity, effi-

cie ncy, and willingness to coope rate have made her a resp ected leader of women students.

M(&rjorie Thompson, A WS President

B e tty A rms trong, flel e n C(&mpbell, Ver(& N e ll j(&mes, fÂť(&rjorie Thompson, Mary Fran 1Wnrs hall.

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WOMEN Two

. W . . councillors from each girls' house a nd hall meet trains a nd busses

bringing new girls to the campus in the fall ; assis t freshmen a nd new s tude nts in becoming acquain ted with the grounds, buildings, professors, and other s tudent s; help the "greenies" arrange their schedules; a nd, in ge nera l, "show the m th e r opes." Councillors are s tationed at vario us point s a ro und the ca mpus to g uide and direct the neoph y tes. The annua l A.W.S. Carnival attracts crowds front Pullman and M oscow as well as ldaho s tude nts. Each fraternity a nd m e n's ha ll no minates its ca ndidate for carnival queen, who is elec ted by the m erry-ma kers. Ca mpus honoraries a nd ser vice or ganizations sponsor booths, with a ll proceeds going to the . W . . , which, cooperating with t he U ni vers ity's a ll-o ut-fo r-defe nse program, this year dona ted its proceeds to the R ed Cross. ~ o men's acti vities end on ~lay Day with the crO\\ning of the e lected ~ I a y Queen, the a ll -campus songfest, t a pping of me mbers by honor aries, a nd

the colo rful \1a ypole dance by Spurs.

!Je tty H ole, Dori s joh11 son, ~fury Fran M l,rs lw ll, Catherine JlfcCregor, /Jell y , lrm s tron g, Catlt erine S t over, Jlfary Tluus ton, ~fnry Elizab e th Scott, ~1iriatn Jl1uier, Jl1avis r hue pbac h , Lncy Adele Dilling ham, ju s till f' Sm ith, Pauline fla w ley Macy Matt, Vern NPII )tunes, Elinore Finch, Chris Fnvre, lle le 11 Cnmpb PII, ~1argaret T omlinson, Marcin Kimble, Vi r;.rinia Young, Marjo rie Thom,p s on

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Seniors . . . the band . . . the audience lis tens quietl y Scott l e aves s chool and Exe cutive Board for Army S e nior Ball . . . one s om e ti •ncs can find a t•·ue senio r It's not the las t mile . . . but s ome are wonderi n g Outs tand ing scnio•· athle t e ... Turne r ... and budd y

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'Nth DEGREE

SENIOR 0 - Do"' B 1~ " cs

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I nde pe nde n Ls sa lvaged som e measure of consola Lio n fro m c lass elec tions by ca pturing all senior offi ces. Social even t of the yea r

\HIS

the senior ball o n

December 6. {;sing a "Senior Holiday" theme, t he g radua ting s tudents under the direc tion of Gener a l Chairman D a le C la rk turned the Blue Bucke L into a festi ve ha ll of sil ver and blue. ~

iLh the " big grind " a lmost e nd ed, senio rs now \\ a it patiently fo r June,

Ba('C'alaurea te, a nd Commenceme nt.

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EMERGENCY WAR CLAUSE NO. 2

Class officers shall serve for a term of one school year. Nominations for class olficers shall be made at the beginning of the fall sem ester at a spedal nominating assembly for each class which shall be called by the President of the ASUI. This amendment shall operate as to toll such other clauses of the ASUI constitution as are herewith inconsistent with the provisions of this amendment. This amendment shall become null and void at the beginning of the second successive semester or at the beginning of the third successive quarter following the ceasing of the present war, at which time all clauses herein rendered ineffective are to be given such full force as they had previous to the passing of this amendment.

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fb o ut 122 s tude nts, e no1Lg h to cons titut e a quo rum , m.e t at an A SUI asse n1.~ly Fe bruary 19 lutd vote d upon Eme rgen cy War C lnu ses. C lanse N nmber 2 c oncerrung elm<.~ offire e lectio n s passed 429 t o 13.

CunT C L\HK

President

Bo n

Vice-President

nALSTO

Secretary Treasurer

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J EPP ESO

With the E m ergency Wa r Clauses in e ffect, C url C la r k moved to the class preside ncy whe n Don Beals left school for tiH' Air Corps during the second semes ter. Bob R a ls ton was elected vice-president to s ucceed C la rk b y the Independent ca uc us. lhls to n was approved b y the I executi\ e board. t\1 iria m M a ier , secretary, and S ta n J eppeson, treasurer, re ta ined their o iTices fo r the e ntire year.

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D \ LF. C LA HK

) Jl L T O;\ E B E H II \ IW

Active upperclass men . . . they're known . .. for politics or pu blicat ions ... a thletics or ability . . . B.T. O.'s or jus t "good J oes" . . . as picked b)

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E D B ENOIT

RAY TUH N ER

BOB LEERIG HT

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AttTnuR CLAK KNCK Acur .. B.S.(Ed .); North O eo 111 oi neo. I owa, lligb Sch onl; Alpha T au Orue&At Pretident Pem Club.

D uRTO"f W1LLARU

A"•"s

R.S.(Fo~.); S 1><>hne, 'II>' aohinatron.

Et.V..ANOU F:I~AINR ALI.A IU)

n.S.( Bn•.): Poe• t ello 11 igh S<h M I; UniYer8ity of r daho. Sou1he rn Uronc ll: J"oruev lla ll.

\. A "OJ K80" B.S. ( Buo. ) ; T,. in t"a llo lli~th &hool; B eta Theta Pi; Alt>ha Kappa P •i: Blue Ke>: Scabbard and Blade. Cat>tain 4: Alpha Tbeta D elta: lni• tr•it> R ifle Squad 34: l( ifle Team J ..1; \linor ••t " C lub: Publications lloard 34; Ar«onnul 8 uAintll8 \1 an•Btr 4: Chairman, Jun ior Cabaret 3: Gem 1·.2 : ~lajor A"ard 3; " l dioto' Deligl11" I.

\KMOUK

Guv H. A'o•t.nt'ON O.S.(Agr.); l'ulou •e lliAh Sdoool, Palouse, Wa s hinl(lon: Chrifnnr111 l lrtll; A lplrtt Phi C hi; Rn Re h 1l ll 1; l udCI)tut..lenl Cu u cue 3.4.

RoB&RT II. \ '0""'0" O.S.( llut.}; l' ot lat ch lligh &buol; Lindle> II all.

llt:NHY ~. Auo

U.S.( M .E.): S t . Anthony llig h School; Lintlley Hall; lligh ll onor1 2 .. :i.4: Si«m a Tau. Se<"re lltr)' t Scctbhnrd and Di ode: Aeeociated Ensinetrl'; i\rneri<•o n Sooiety of Meclranicol En~eiueent. Ctl·t·h tt irmun .

264

PuYLUS )1AK AKERS

B.S.( Il.Ec.); Lincoln lligh School, l'orlla nd, Ore@on; Sa. 1-l elen•s Hall Junior ColleAe. Portland; Kappa Alpha Tbeta; H ome Ec Club; Weetmin6ter Guild; Canterhur) Society; W.A.A.; University Sin~:en; Gem: I nternational Helations.

Jtoy WrLLIA.M ALuo B.S. (Duo. ); O~den Dish &hool, Ogden, Utah; Si1ma Nu.

Mt:J~VJN

JouN ALSACEit Jl.A.; Pollatc b lligb Schoo l: Willis s .. ee t lhll ; Delta Sigma Rho; L. S.A. A.; Debat e 2-34.

CuACB A;\OBKSo,~

B.S. & \I.S.(Ed.) : T .. in Fall• Di1h S.-hool; t nh er~it> o f I daho~ Southern Branch; Chri>Jman I-I all: ttl'• Club: \tinor npt C lub; P~m Club; Football l-2-34: Dosin g 2-:1~1; \'ice l'rtJJident Cbritman Ball 4.

Mn.o

EtH\' AIU> ANOERSON

IJ.S.(Agr.£ .); D e vils Lake Jlig h School , D eviiA Lokc, North Dakota; Lindley H ull; " I" Club; Football 2-3-4; lla•kethall 2; Track 2·34.

Vntc r:r.JA W. ANoeasos D.S. (Zool.); Sandpoint High School; Alt>ha P hi: A lpha Ep•iloo D elta. \'ice Pre.ident; Cardina l K e>. Secr e t ary; "'I" C lub; llell Di~er&: \\.A.A. Executive Board; P an-H ellenic Council. Yres.idenl: Studen t Facuh) Council: \ . W.S. Council: Arsonaut 1-2·3: [Gem 1-2-3: Blue Bucket I; H ouse Preoident; RiAe T eam 2-3; :\'artbex T able.

8 KTTY AM M ~TRONC

O.S.(Ed.) ; Moscow High Sch ool; Gamma I'' hi Beta; W .A.A. "rreasurer 3, P resident 4; A. W . S. Treasurer 4; H ell Dive r&, Vice PreMillf"nl 3; Aq~onaut 1-2; Gem l; Na rthex 'Tahle; TapM and Terps. Dusiue88 ·M ana ger 2; Who's Who Among College Stud e nts.

B.S.( Bu•. ); <:en•••• lliah School; Club.

ld:oho

tlo'' uto Ce utt 8 u.t K B.S. ( \Iu •.•:d.); C<><!ur tl'\l•ne ll i1h Scbool: Si1mo "<u: K•1>1>• Ddt a Pi: .Phi \lu \IJoha, Pre~ic.lent l;

J<\C:K.

w. BA.. KK

I.L.B.; Ru1>ert lli1b School; Beta Theta l'i : l'hi Al1>ha Delta.

Ulut Kr,; Ptll Uand.

ll K'rT.. ll..\ I ...:H O.S.(Ed.): Culdwell II igh School; Colle1e of lduho; l"i Bettt Phh WetttmiruHer Guild; lntcrnatiouol UeluticuM: Grm; UnlvtrAil) Singertt.

J \1\E

ll. Asc nENBRENER H.S.(Ed.); ampa High School; Delta Chi; " l " Club: Peru Club; Football 1-2-34.

ANTO""f

01CK ARMSTRONG

ltO,AI. I) STELL.MO'Ii' BASKETT

\\ ~~T 0\KKt;TT

B.S.(Bu•.l: Boi.,.. lliJh :>rhool; l)elta Gamrna: Spur. Editor: lnttrnational \\ •. \ •.\.: \r~~~:onaut 1: \r ~~~:onau t

Vu:TOit u. n ,utnoun ll.S. ( Oact.); West H igh School, Rocloester, Ne" York; Chrisman HaU.

Utlation~;

Women"&

Editor 2: Gem 1.2.

II.S.( \ ~r. ); '\ezJ>erce Hi1b School; Lindle) H all: Senior Clan \' ice Preeident "41; \~ Club, J)ublicit) Chairman; Uoilereit) J .. IJ Cluh.

lvou A•~Lt.:N HI\ UMAN H.S.(Mu•. l•:cl.): KingHton lligh School; Willi• Swcel Hall: Phi M u AJ,,tw. Sc<"retnry ..Trens· urer; Uuiv{'t~tity Si rl iJCI'PI 1.2.3.4; Tiqll'l nnd 'l'cr1'tt 2. -1; Pugenn t I.

B ...UUtAttA 1\1AY D&ACU U.A.; Coeur d'Alene High School; ForrlC)~ lhll; Spur; We~tmiruuer Guild 1 ..2; Fresh· man Cla88 President.

\\" \"1>\ J O\'C"~ lh; \IU. ..:~

Do-• A LO SCOTT IJ ~ALS H.S.(Agr.): T,.io Falls Bi~h School: \l;illi• s .. eet llall; .\lpha Zeta 4; Pbi :'llu Alpha 4 ;

B.S.( \lu •. •. d. ): \loocow lli J I• School: Ka J>pa Phi.

Lnhthit) Si_n«ers 4: Caucus 34: lnde1>en· d('nt Cou n cil; Se njor Class President.

L. Ut-:(k H.A.( P oi.Sci.): FieldinJ lliJh Srloool, J>ario: l lr1iverl'lity of hiHho. Routf•ern OranC'h: Willie s~{'{'l lhll: lll f(ltC~t l llonnr ~t 4: lligh UunOI'i\ 3; Jnteru:atiomel Uclution !l Club; Lomhdn

AROITII

Oehu SiM ntu .

'-• V-.RN CL'"" BELl. M.S. ( Ed.); Burley Uigh School: Signm Chi; II i~theAt Honors 1; JJi,:;h Honon 2, 4; P em Cluh, Vice J>re8ident; Lambda D c hn Signw; " J" Club; Minor "r' Club; FQ()thall 1·2·3·1: Wre,.aling 2.3 ..4: Trilck 1-2·3·4; u l" Clut, Jlnll Chalil'man 3.

265

F.O\\ Altl)

I .. OU18 Ov.NOIT

O.A.(Poi.Sri.); Twin Fall• llish S~hool; Beta Theta J>i; lt i~ehetu Honor~ 1·2·3; Phi Beta KapJl8; Siher Lanre: S('abburd and Blade B lue 1\. e>; i>hi 1-:u !Sitcrua; l,enllintc Rifle@; Altlha Theta Ddta; J nterfraternity Council: Gem. lluMine8A \tanaaer 1; Ar«onaut I; Blue BucL.t~ I: \ ell OuL.e J; Ticket Chairman. Senior llall: l'ublirauiont' lloanl.

Tnt:OI){)Rt; J ottN' 0h10l.O

O.S.(C.E.): \ l o•ro" lli8h School; Tau \ l eno Aleph: Ar~~:onaut 4: A meriran SO<'iety Ci" il Ensinetrl4: A1411lCM'ioted Ensineer8.

CoHWI N

C.

Ouuu~

O.S.( Ilu•.); ll u1>trt ll iMh Srhc><>l: Delta Chi Pre~itleut 4.

Ot ·~\\ t;'M' B.S. ( Uu•.): lo. tndricL. lli-h School: PerohinJ Rifl ..: >;cabbard and Ulatle.

RK' llO'IIJ)f,,

LA V t<at N•.: 11 . Ool.r.I N(a:tt

~fAR\' JANE DERTRANO

B.S.( II .Ec.) ; Idaho Falla H i~h Sohool· Rid· enbaugh II all; Spurs; Home .Ec Club; • New· man Club; So1>bomore ClasB T rea8urer; I ndepcndent Council; Univertoity Sin«ers· J I all Pre.eident. '

0Lt\H Reef:~.\ Bro'F..

O.S.: '\orth Cenlral Jli1h School. Spohn~. "'al'hinJtOn; Spokane Junior College; D tha

O•ha Delta.

N. DAtti.INH l.JJTTtmu ll.S.(il.Ec.): J erome ll i"b School; Univer&il)' of I daho, Sout h ern Brancll: llidenbaugh Hall: Kal>l>a Pbi; Home Ec Club; We•le> Fcmudation; I nterna t iona l llelution*'l.

\1 ARC

s. UOL8S

ll.S.; \1.,.,.,.,., R i1 b S<:bool: Della Sicma llbo. l're•ident: Debate 1·2-3-4.

GA v Gws~1T11 Jlo~MAN'

R.S.(Meth.E.); l'uyollc ll i8h St·hool; Aoon<'ia ted l~n{C inc-er..

B.S.( Etl.): lloi•c H igh School; U niverai l y c>( l c.luho, Souther n Bra n (• h ; K u p 1·m Alpha Ka 1>pa Delta Pi: P anhellenic Coun· t•il; Treble C lef; Gem; Argfiu a u t.

lloRRRT Fo~n Uo'o"' U.A.: \l'allace lli'h S<:hool: L.indle> llall; Si,ma Oeha: Peri'hitl« lliflee: Junior Cia~.. P reRidtnt: Co·Chairrnen Pub licit)~ Serlior Dall; \rcnnaut 1-2·3-1: G~m 3: \lana1<r Ski T eam 1.

R \LPII E. Bo" U t R ll.S. ( Ouo.): American Falls Uit:b Sehool: Linfield Colle&e J ·2: Willis S"eet IIall.

llRur.R Au'" IJo, o Frun ~ lin ll iah School. Portlnml. Ore-on; Oeltt 'Tht"tn P h Phi \ 1u Alvha: l_,ep Band.

266

~rhetu;

UuTtt

Cecu.e

UOYF.R

ll.S. ( I LEc.): Le .. i• and Clark lliRh Schc-..-.1,

Spokane. Wash ington; Kal)lla KnllPU Gam· rna: lli«beet llonors 1·2; H igh U onorrt 3; Alpha Lambda Oelta; Pbj Upsilon Omicron; Spurs; W.A.A.; Canterbury Club: H ome E(' Cha iJ~ Argonnul; Gem; CosLu me C h airman. Pel) lln n d S how; Cwuume Chairman, T it()lt und TcrpK.

Et.IZAIU:tTII lltt<\CKHN

B.A.: Doiee lfi- h S<·h{)(•l: Otha Gamnut: lli • he., ll onor• 1-2-3-1: \l ortar Boord: Ph i Beta K appa; Cardina l K e~: The ta Si11ma. Prtilitlt nt 4: AIJ>ha Lamt..da Oeha: West· minltf'r (;uild. l'rtl'itltnt 3: Theta Si~ma Pla<tue: \1ortar Boord Plo<IUO: Editor Co-Ed Arttonaut: Gem 1-2-3: \r~onuut 1-2. O a) Editor 3, "•" • ~;ditor ~-

UETT> Lou UR•ooo< .. U.S.(Ed.): l.t.. i•ton lli«h School: Ward Reimont. C\al'h'\ illr. Trnr•e~lllee: K apt>a Ka1>1>a Gamma: ~ t.-tminet tr (;uild: 1\r ~onau t I: Gem 1: W .t\.1\.

H. UttO>\UIIHA O llu11rrt lli~h S<•l10ol; All,iuu State Normul: Jclnho C luk Al11ha Phi Chi: A g C luh 1-2-:1-4: l>air) Ca ttl< hul ~in~ T e11 m 3: Dair) Proiluc·t.- Jud •in- T ettm 1: Vice l'resident and Su(•io l C lto irruu n hl aho Cluh 4: lr11 en·olle1i«tt Kni ~t ht".

Ft.<H u

O .S.(A~r.):

U0\0

u.

E. IJil\' ANT U.S.(Corn . E•l.); Orofino II ish School; Geor~e P eu bod) CHll(lfCt'. Nt~td•ville. Teuru.~.-~ec: Albion S ut c N ormnl: Knppa Al1)hu Thetn~ Westmint't<'r (;ui ld: Ge m : lJ uiv erJ~.it y Si ngers; Argonaut.

M ·A,lNR

\tK(,.I'\14

U.S. (A~r.): Challis High School; C hri•rnan 11 • 11 ; AR Club; Liveotock JudginJ T ea m 3; I ntcret•Uegiate Knight s: Social Chairma n. Chriaman lla ll.

\ OA LEE BRA ' OM

R.S.(Ed.l: Bonners Ferry lli1b School: Le ... i•ton State 1\ormal: Rid enbaugh Hall; 'll' . \ .A.: Pcm C lub: Westminster Guild.

Ou ucs LLOYD Bu.ooKS ll.S.(Agr.): Bonners Ferry High Sclr<>ol; Cam pu A C lub; Ag Club: ~tinor " l " C lub; Independ ent Caucus 3-4; Boxing Team 1-2: BaAebaJI T ea m J. 3: Presidenl and SoC'ial Chairman, CamJlU8 Club 4.

BROW~

K1"11SL6\ .....

ORO\"

ll.S.(Ou •. ); llut>trt lli«h School: Ueta Theta Pi : Ulu ~ "- ~>; Srahhard and Ulade: Inter· rollr•iatr 1\.ni-ht•. Junior 1\.n i-lu; Cu-Ct.airman tlumf'rumina l .

\1 4R\

LA" RKNC~ F W't 0 8RA08U R Y

JJtf\(11

U.S.( Ed.): llo l> "•nrto Academ>: S.,ukarre Junior Collr1e: <:am me l'hi n~••• '\ e"' man Clut.: \cti(' Club: ( :('m l: Uinn..

\ bKLP. \1AHIN B v 1t ~THUT

O.S.(Ouo.); C irulli• lli «h School; Forne) ltnll ; Phi Chi Th eta; '* I " C lub; Peru Club : " J" Cluh Se(·retttr) .'l'rt"oMurer 4.

R.S.(Cbem.E.); lloioe Higb School: Delta T a u D elta: American Institute of Chemical ~n1in~u..

DoN• '·" 1\1. B uocR U.S.(Agr. ); Fielding lli gh School, Poria; Uuh State Agricn lharal College; Willis Swee1 lloll ; I fish Honors 3-4; Ag Club.

H OHbHT

w.

B \-RCUI!LL

O.S. (Cbem. E.): Emmett Hi~b School: Cam. 1>us Club: Uni'\tnit) of Id aho~ Sou thern Ora ncb: lli&h H onors 3; Cbemistr) Club.

J n u" L. BuTI~BK IJ.S.(Ed.); Shelley. I daho; L.O.S. in• titute: lnter('ollc~ia t e Knights; Alpha Phi Chi; Lambda Oeha Sigma: L.D.S. Socia l Cl•air· ruo n 3.

267

ARI."H M . C,uulHHa~•~ B.S.( Ou •. Ed.); Coh ille. Waol•ington, Higb Sehoo1: \\ a~hinAIOn Stale Colle•e: Pi Beu Phi; Pan· ll t'lltuic lltleaute l: House Presi· dent ~.

J '~•-"l HooP.KT c..;""'•"'-G O.S.( \Iin.E.): lloi•e lligh School: Boi.., Junior Colleae~ Chri1unan ll all~ As.IJ()Ciated \lintro: llifl• Club.

IIA\\l.H.Y ItA\' CA ttl.SON

ll.S.( flu • .); Sa lmo n lli gh School; Sism• AI· 11h n Ep~ilou; l't'r,.l•ing ICifles. Liculcmwt Junio r ' cur.

Jon' l •. Cu \'41H.tUt"'n.S.(t:d.): l~wi•ton II igh School: ~ illi• S .. •et llall: ll i•h ll onoro 3; Alpha Pbi Cbi: \l anaa~u· Club: Co-Chairman Oe<>orationoc. Junior Cahartt 3: Intramural Offirer 1·2·3-4: lnde~ndf'nt Calt("ttt': Future Teacbere of \m tric-a; l nhtrPil) Sinaer• 2.

KATIII.. ~I·~!'l EI.IZAUHTII C uiHSTI AN

B.A.; Coeur ti'J\Ieue lli Kh S('h ool; _F orney llull : Phi IJcrn Knppo : llig iH~8 t ll o u or a. I , 4; lli tch llonor8 2-:4; Alpho Lumbdo Delta; FortH~) llull. Pre"'ideut 4; ArgotHttat 3; Gem 1-2-~}; Uooktuorr AdviM•t) IJuard 3·4; C laJJf!; Sec•rt•t u t) 3.

ll t

KTO' 0. CL.RI< ll.S. ( For.) : Sonta Barbara, Califoruit.

I>At. F. M . Cl_.\ltK

II.S.(E<I.): II<IIHICra Ferry II irh School: hlaho C lub: Senior Oall Cht•irm on: Jo"ootbnll 3-4; llooebull :l-1; Tru<•k 3-1.

268

l l tU.HN \1 A'\: I~ P. CAMP88LL

IJ.S. ( (,;d.) : Orofino High School: F orne) H a ll : lligh H onors 3: Kappa Delta Pi. Secretary: Spur8. Trea.,urer; Cardinal K e) ~ \1 o rt ar Board~ Treasurer: A. W.S.• Orientation Chair· man 34: \\' .A.A .• Vice President 3; \\'omen·s .. , .,Club~ Vice Pr esident~ Unh er!-oil) Sin.cc:r• 1.2~ Vice Pre!lident Sophomore Cla.8-10t; (;en· era I Chairman. T aps and T erpJJ 3: Vic~ Pr~.. i· c.Jent Fornt:) H all 4; A.\\ .S. Carni~ a l Chair· mau 3.

JOH' J. C\"'-i'\I~C

ll.S. (.\Iet.E.) : Boi•e Hish School: lloi•e J unior Co ll e,e: Sigma Chi: i\s&OCia.ted \1 intr@.

H ooen T WrcKSTnOM CARLSON

B.S.(Buo.); Oluckfoot High School; Uui versity of Sou thern California; Phi Gamma

Dell a: Pea• Band 3; P et> Band Sh ow 3.

St,.K CttERK\·

B.S.: Alexander H amilton Hi«h Sch ool. Loo \n•ele@., California; lini~ereit) of California a t Los \nr;eles; Gamma Phi Beta.

AVERILl. 0ROOKS CLAIU(

B.A.(Ed.); Waukee. lowa; Gem

1 -2-~-4.

1

ClKTISS ~l. CuRK

LI'" B.: Bonner• Ferry His h School: Id aho Cluh; Senior Class Pre&ident.

MAR\

FRA ~CF.S CA itTf! R CLAKK

II.A.: Mo•cow Hig h School; Pi llcta Ph i: Hi<h H onors 3; Canterbury Society; lnu~r· n otional llelo tio ne; \\' .A.A.; Blu e Bucket l.

SuutU~'II JlHHKC<:.A CI.AKh.

B.S. ( Ilu•.); Filrr lli~h School; Oeha Delta Della: \\letu mintuer (;•lild: Gem 2-3-4; l'ho1o Mount in~ r-:tli eor. 4.

\f \RCAfU.T ft.tt Cat ARt~

O.S. (Ed.l; l'oc·at<llo lliKh s~hool; ~ a•hbnrn ColleR•· To,~la, !..an•a•: ll ap ll all; "-•I>P• Oeha Pi: \'C \.A.: l'f'm Club. St:t'rf'tar,. Trl'a.,urtr; i'\_ a pflol Plu.

MAHJOIUR ANN Co•~ouuovN O.S. ( II.Jo:~. );

Coeur d'Alene lligh Scloool; Gamma Phi Beta: Srlur, l'rt•"idenl; A. W.S. Council 4; Ar~eoun•H 1·2;, Gem I.

Jon"

c ...

n CO<> .. B.S. (C.I-:.1; Rni ..f' lli11h ~<"hool: BoiM> Junior ColleR•: \It illi• s .. ett II a ll; Phi \lu \11>ha; lnttr<"ollt~Ciatt 1\,_niabu: A~fiiO<'iated Ci,il t:n,;inttrtf. Stf'rttary 1: Junior AJ.tH:mbl) Chair· man 3; Unhenit' Sinaertt 4.

SF.Tn

S. Conuuu;1

U.S. (AHr. ); lleyburoo lliMh Sc•hool; Cooon1>nA Cluh; lli«h llonorH I , :J.4; Alvhu Zetu; Lumb· du llehu Sigmn; Ate: Cluh; Debate 2; Vun· daleer• 2-3-1.

r •.RR\' c. CR"n" 0.5. ( \lto•.Ld. ); Omfino lli~h School; \{'iiJio S"eN llall; Kop1>a Oelta l'i: l'hi \1u Alpha: Unh tn•it) Sin«cr" 2·3-S; Taps and Terps 2, 1.

ft.t,MO~o

Funn Cauu•

B.S. (E I••.E. ): orth C•nort~l lli ~h School, Sr)oknne, WuMflin~eton ; St)()kune Junior College; Kappa SiAmn~ A"Koein•ed ..~nsinccra; ltutlio Club. Set·rctury 2, Vi('e President 3, J>reRiclent 4: AmeriNHl lntUitute of .Eiectricul Engineerrt, Trensurcr 4; AH80c•iote Editor* Idaho EnR:incer 3.

VtKGJNtA

r...a~

CLARK

JJ.S.(Ed.); Bonner• Ferry His b Scbool; Delta l>eha Delta; Westminster Guild; Univenity SinRers; Gem 2.

Loutsh

\1 .

CoLMC\ S

O.S.( ll .Ee.): Kampa Ilisb Sebool; Ore~on S tooe Coll e,~; Hay8 Hall; Home Ec Club.

E•~ "' OOI)

E.

CONI-!

IJ.S.( ~1cch.E.) :

MoACow Higb School; Sisrna Clli; Sigma Tau; Jdaho Cloud Clipru~r&, Pre~itlent 3; ldabo Engineers 1 ..2.3.

OooOTu> '""' &Coo:<

O.S.(Ed.); Boioe Ai~h Sebool; Stephen• Co1le,e .. Columbia. )li.ssouri: Delta Gamma; lntc:rnational Relations Club 2; Gem 2: \r«onaul 2; \\·.A.A. 2.

IJAKUAKA ANN& CORNELL

ll.A.: Boise lli~b School; Pomona College; BoiRe Junior College: Kappa Kappa GanHlll\; lli JJh Honore 3·4; Canterbury Societ)'t W. A.A.

K, o.,.

C RAIG

U. \.; Frankli n Ili&h Sebool, Portland, Ore~uu: l'hi Beta Kappa: Hit;heeot llo n orll 2·3; lli~h H onors J: Si&ma Delta; International ll t-Jation": Ar«Onaut, ~lana 3i n 3 Editor; D ad'o Oa) Chairman.

lh~NKl. .EOWI"' CRUMB

U.S. (Ed.); Moscow Higb School.

269

L. CUM \41'1(.S IJ.S.(BuM.) ; Mn•row lli Rh School; Pi Beta Phi . l"re.-ident 3: lli~he"'t ll ~non I. 4; lli1h ll ouor~ 2-3: l"hi Chi Thetat \ire PrtAident 4; Alpha Lambda O,.ha.; Cardinal ~ ey, Vice Preeident 4: II ell l)j, trfl.. Steretary 3. \ic-e Pre•ident 3. Prtllident ': Jllue Bucket 1: Gem 3: Ar~onaut 1; S1,ort Manaaer and W. A.A. Jo~'\:t<'uth e Hoard 3: It iRe T eam 2-3; A."\\- .S. Counril 3: Ll~rtion IJoard 2; Chair· man Cardinal h t)' llridAe •rournament 3.

J EAN

.f:1.no~ l t ULOI\ Cu!\I\ 1'\'C HAM

ll.S. ( \fecb.E.); Burley High Srhool; Lindle) H all; Hi« hest H onors 2: High llonou 3-4: Si1ma Tau; Lambda D elta Si«ma; \'ice Pre•iolent Student Branch of A.S.M.E.

SeL~A ~~uSRSO~ CuRRIER

J"""'h .... ... K' Ct ~'"(,;.fi"M B.S.( \Iu•.~;d.); Fairli~ld lli Rh School: \\ .. t. rninotrr ColltR~· Soh Lak~ Cit~. l ' tah; For· ne) II all: ~~~ ~he•U llonorl\ 2: lli t~:h ll onors J;

B.S. ( llu•.) : " oocow lli&h School; Phi Chi Theu, 2-34; Westminster Guild.

Unhenit) SmAt'rM; Treble Clef.

1\.'lAH\ UAI, I~

B.S. ( II.Ec.): S t. P tw l'• Sc·I11J<>I for l:irl•, Walla W,1llu, Wat4hin.ton: Kapil& K atlf)A t:amma: llorne ..:_.. Cluh; Canterbury So· t'iet); W.A.A.: Univer"ity Singer~ 1: Vandaletteo 2: Treble Clef 3; Taps and T erp• 2; Argoutnat 1.2.

1-: .M t::RI(.;O Ot.POE

Lt.SLit. ( DILL) 1), " ll.~.(

\Jr.) : ll olli·t~r lliah ~rhool: Colleae or Id aho: l nttn'6lltJ:ia1t 1\. niJ:h t. Jun ior Kn iBht 3: A« Club: ~tnt inti Club, \ i~e President 4; ..Our To\\nH 2; .. ,dlo" J at"k."

.E1.11HKT SU \I N I'.U l)t{J.AN,o\

O.S.: Uoi"'' lli gh ~lt-hool: Sigma Chi: Al,>ha The tu D cltu 3-4: Alt>ha Phi Chi ~·1: Minor " 1" C luh 2-:\...:L; u l ~ Cluh 4: P ep Duncl 3: llol!keiiHall Mnru•Rtr 1-2-3; 'l'ennis 2-34.

~ f ON\ Jl ,u~

lliJh

s~hool.

Lt Cl AO~Lt~ l)u. I.INGHAM

B.S.(II.Ec.); Filrr llurnl lli ~h Stloool; Colo· rudo Woman"tt Collt-Ret O eh a Oelta D elta; Phi Up8i lon Omirrou: Curtai n: Home Ec Club: We~tmimHer Cuilct 2; A. W.S. Cou nci l :-J-4; "A ll Ucawn Now Hesigned"; uStage Door"; " Kiud Lndy."

270

0.5. ( \let.E.) : :'\elson Hi«b School, l\tloon. BritiAh Columbia; Lambda Chi A lpha; lli«b H onore l: Phi Eta Si1ma: Si«ma Gam rna fo: f)!t"lon, Sec r et&r)·Treafwrer; Auociated 1\linero; A.L~t.E.

J\1 V.Ro, LeONA Deu• B.S.(Ed.); n .. ohdrum High School; ltiden· baugh Hall; u r' Club, PreAicJenl; KnpJ)u Phi; We~ley Foundation, Social Chairman; W.A.A., Sports Manager; Pem Club, Exccu· li ve Board; Chairman. Inland Empire BonrcJ or Nationa l Basketball Officials.

1'\oR"A Et..u'""8 ou~ER

Ou ..... ~so'

IJ.~.( £d.) ; lteu~n.

EnwAnn G ~uns DAVI S ll.S.( IIus.); Lewis and Clark High School . Spolane., Washington: Pbi (;amma Delta: lli <h ll onors 1.2; Silver Lance; lllue Key; Alpha Kaflll& P si; Alpha Theta O elto ; Gem 2-3; Ar«onaut 1·2·:l.

B.S.(Bus.) ; \l osco" Hi•h Scbool: Alpha Phi; lli« hest Honors 2-3-4: Hi•h H onoro J; Al,,ba La mbda D eha; Phi Chi Theta. Treaourtr 3. J>r~aident 4i G-em 3; Ars onaut 3; L.S.A. 1-2-3-4.

M os•: A. D•sOTELt. B.S.; Berlln, WiPI(:C)nein, J-li1h School; Will· consin l nstitule o f 'Technology; Lindley Hull; Associated Miner@; Tnrl ependent Coun<"i l.

EMSI<>

lhvm

DoAN>.

LL.D.; Grange' ille lliah S(•hnol; Univ~r~ity or Calirornia: Si,ma Chi: Phi Alpha Odta; \1inor "l" Club: Oenc·h and Bor;. Var~ity T enniM 2.J.,; Si•rn• Chi, Prea~ident 4.

\1AR\ Eut"-DMTu Uo" ''"c. I). A.: l'o<'attlln lli~~:h S<"hool: l ni"erf'iit) of I daho. Southf'rn Dran('h; t\l1•ha Chi OmeBa; l\..ap1•a l>eha Pi; Ort'ht~tra: \ iolin Quartet.

MAin ..;•.. •~~N l)uNKI.Y.

B.S.(~:d.); K•llo·~ lli~h Sd10ol: Temt>C State College. TerntH~. i\ri~ono: (;ammo l)hi Beta;

Cnrdinol Key: Mortor Ooord: W.A.A. 1-2-3: E"ecutive Uoorcl 3: ArROnaut, Cot>Y Desk Editor 3; Ctm. Cia"~ J\(•tivity F;ditor; Blue BuckeL 2: St. \tark'a Sodety 3: International Relation,.; Co·Ed Araonout, Co1•Y Oc;sl Editor 2; llout~-e T reaAurer 3, President 4: A.S.l,.l. t-:,truti"e Ooard: Gem A~ard: Who'lt \\ho Amona Amtrican Students.

)4'1tl4 ClttTI~ Utttlf4'4 8.~.(\lin.E.): \lhamhra lloJh S~hool. ,\). harnbra. California! l'a ..adt>na Junior ColIt-t'; \l1tha Phi Ome~a, J.lrt ..idtnt 4; \1!1&0ei· a ted \I inerfl.

ROIJt;IIT

E.

l hl!

B.S.(~:Iec·.l·:.): Cott<HH•ootl lligh School: Wil-

li• Sweet llnll: lli.heot llono•• 1-2·3-4: Phi J•:ta. Si~emo 1-2~ Sifm'.' Tnu 3-4; A~FIR~ciate•l Enfpntcr.-; ldullo En~~:merr 4: A.l .fi•. F..., Secretary; Hndio Cluh, Vie-t PreMiclent 4.

\lit..TO,..- fo'.

fo:nt Klt4HU B.S.( \-r.): \l ~lba lli~h s~hnol: Lindle> II all: \l11h• Z~ta: Blu~ t...~): S~ahhard and Bla•lt! l'f'rto~hina: llint•: I ntt>rC"olle1iate 1\..ni•ltt": \1 Club: Cia .. ~ \ ict Pre~idtnt 1! Sot>homort II oil) U ••k Chairman 2: ~\.S. IJ.I. Exe~uti>e Ut>ard 3: \,S.l.l. Prt•id•nt l: S«rtiAt) -Trf'al"urer l'a<-ifit" Student Pretoidents' A•~iation 4; Chairman Student Union llook111tore lloard 3; lrldependent Counril 2.

IIIAOELYNE MARtE OouGt.ASS

B.A.: Pocatello Hish School: Univeroity or Idaho, Southern Brancb; Colorado College; (;amma Phi Beta; International Relations: Gem.

L""RB'\CR H. DuPFI" I. L.B.: Rupert Bi~h School; Beta Theta l'i: Phi Alpha Delta, President.

UonoTH\' l ne.NB DUNLAP

ll.S.(Iluo. Eel.): Kellogg High School: Alpha Chi Omega: W.A.A.; Westminster Guild; l; Gem 2; Rouse l\fanager.

Ar~tonuut

Ron• RT JosE••u

P AUt. " ' · EA:nt.:nnROOK

O.S.(For.); Arcadia lli~h School, Arcodia, t'"hrltl\ku; Univer~ity of Nebraska; Cam11u~ Club; I daho Foresters, Vice Pretsidcnt 3-4; l dnho Foreruer, Junior Manager 2, Adverti'S· ing Manager 3, Business Manager 4; Arto· nltut. Dhurihution A-tanager 4.

· =LIJ:o\RI\TII ELE4 'OR ELLIS

(Grad.); Portland. Orecon: K•1>1>a A luha Theta.

..4UL )AMH-8 ..;11.8\\0HTII

B.S.(A,r.): Mid..,oy L•..,i•ville, Idaho, lliJh Sehnol: L.I>.S. l uliltitutf'; Alpha Zeta; Lamh. da Oelto Si•ma, Pre•itlrnt 3: Ag Club: Minor " I" CluiJ: llouPIO l'reMident; 'W rtRtliug 1, 3-4; Animal Jl ut4hanclry Jud(lfin« Tetun.

On'~~~

II.S. ( Ed. ) : Jack..,n Hei~ht&. :-<e ... \ ork: \le· morial G)m: ..1" Cluh; \finor Hlu Club; Track 1-2-3-4: Cro68 Countr) 1-2-3-l.

I.

Et·I~ERSO'

B.S. ( ~: Iec.E.}:

Sequim High School, Sequim, WashinALOn; Willis Sweet Hall; A. I. E.E.; Al!lt40Ciated Engineers; Rifle T eam l.

271

.ft:IH\AttO JUNIOil I•:KI(...k801'1o

U.S. ( t'or. ); O•h~o•h lli@h School, O&hkosh. \\ iM"Onf'in; 01'hko•t. State TeaehtrA Collt:8Ct Idaho 1°'ore"tt'r: Chuirman o( Exbibilf!l Com .. miue~. Fore.-tr) Week J..

Ot-~R!\\RO

J ou'

F''"KO

U.S.; Le .. iMton ll iJh Srhuol: Le"ioton State "o!mah C_hrittrnan II all: lli«beet H onorA 3-4; Pho. Bet a "-•1•1•• 1: D~lt• Sis no a Rl10 4: Inter· nattoru.l ltdutionto~ J .. J.; Debate 3-4.

Cr•.\RM J•'r NCII ll.S. ( IIu•.Eol.); Boi•e lli~h Srhool; D elta Gu uumi; Svur: A. W.S. Couucil34; Gem l·2; Argonnut J -2; Weal rnineter Guild 1-2·3.

Er.r NOIIM

lh;rr, Jo'''•

F,,,.,,

ll.S.( \I u•.)• 1\ompo lli~h School; Colle~e u£ I daho: II a> • 1.!•11: lli•l•e•t Honors 2: H i1h llonortl 1. 3: ~~~rna Al1>ha Iota 3-J.; Alumni Sec-retar> t: ~t"ntintl Club: l_;nivt"r..it) Strin8 Trio 1: \ onolale~r• 34: TreLie Clef 3: C.,. Chairman In' itation~ for Junior \l"eeL.: CoChairman I n' itationf4 (or Senior B all.

ll,utiiiHTT Ji'I,.\TII tl,ltS

ltA:t Prt8('0ll, Wu8hington. lli gh St·hool; Wlut rnnn College; II oy& llnll ; H o rn e Ec C luh.

\••·"'

DouG~'" 1-"'o.,T.-~K

11.. \.; Sa~ramento. California. ll iJh School· Kappa Si~ma: S<"abbarc.l •nd Blade; Perf'bini ltifl~A; Oencb and Uar: \I inor Sports Letter.

l>rd~-''(~t-: FI.O U ill\C.>\ l+'ltAN"'LIN B .S.(A~r.);

1\leridiou ll i~h Srho.,l: l'hi Gam. "'" D elta: lli Rhc•t Honor• 1·2·3; Al1>ba Zetn, l're"idtrH 4; A~ Cl uh ; Chuirrnuu. Llulc l nterruuionol AK Show: ld aho l{epresentative, North wrAt Conferen ce c-( Ag Club.,.

272

\1 AHGAKHT M -AKt t: Es K ELDSON

B.S.(H .Ec.); Roiee Hi8h Srhool; RidenbauJh llall; llome .Ec C lub; University Singtr"; L.S.A.

C trll i STI'E

A" '

FAVRE

B.S. (£d.): 0 8den U i~h School, ORMn. t tah: Alpha Phi; Spur 2; Yaodaleers 1-2·3- 1; Ar8o· nau t 2-3; Taps and T eq)8 2.

Nolt.MA N L. tJ NCH

IJ.S.(Mech.E.): Coeur d'Alene lliKio Stloool · Lindley llall ; Sig ma Tau; A.S.M.K; A••oci: ated .Engineers; Chairman A.S.M.l~.; Lind · ley II all, Treasurer 3; En«inecrp,' Council 4.

' lOLA F t SIUUl

J!.S.(ll.Ec.); P ost Falls ll i8h Sehool; Home F.e Club 1-2-34; W .A.A. 1-2.

Hou&MT

C.

FoRTI N

ll .S.(Eicc.E.): Cottonwood Hi gh Sdoool; Wil· r..s ~weet l::l a ll ; Sigruu Tau , llistorin n 4; A. I. 1~. 1~ .• Stu d ent. Branch, 1-2-3-4; At~)J.()<'iutect l•:ngiueerA 1-2·3·4; r ntercburch Coun('i) 3· ' ll.adio Club 1·2; Idaho Engineer 4.

J.t,.~s

A. FosTsR B.S.( Bus.): Coeur d' .\lene ll i1h Srhool; Chrioman HaU: ~fajor " I " Club; \uic Club· Co-Chairman J unior Wult T icL.et Commit: tee 3: BasebaU 1-2·3: Ba•ketball J.2.J· "I" Cluh; Preoident Cbriomao Dall 4. '

P8RRY FULL ll.S.(Geoi. J; Greoham, Ore1on.

HO\

GL~NN .... GAI.IHtAITII

B.A.: Wellt>init, Wa•hin-lon, lli - h Sch<><>l: Campul!l CluiJ: ll i.-ht8l llonora 3 .,..l; lli~e:h H onorA 3: Allie Cluh. Prtot~i4lt'rll 4; Al1>ha Phi Cbi: Uo,;er WilliAmtt Cluh; Universit)' SinaerA 2: Chairman Junior l'rom D ecorations: Gem Sale" 3: Alti('ana. Co·Out-inefi."

COl'"- H. t:ALE

0.1\.; l\foocow lligb School: Whitmon Col· le~e. Walla Walla, Waohin~ton; Phi Delta Theta: Curtain Club: '' ~1ik ado" 1: nOur Tf)¥on" 2: "Yellow J ack'" 2: HSta1e Door"' 2: HShe Stoop.e- to Conquer"' 3.

MarUI@tr l.

R\Jit\

Jo:r,_g, (;""»'• K

B.S. ( II. ~:c. ) :

Kamiah ll i ~ h School; C<>lle~e or Idaho: II •>• l hll: Horne Ec Club: Tat>• and 'l'crvtt 3; lnhtr~i•r Sin~ttr~ 2-3; \l.A.A.

ErL~~N GILIH~H1'HON

O.S.( II.Ec.J: C<>eur ti'Aiene llig h Scloool: Gamma Pl1i Betnt ll omc io:<• Cluh.

II ""'E\ Lot·•~ Guck. B.S.( Eiec.~:. ) : \lodwa) llo~h Sclu><>l. IA""i•· 'ille: l" ni' er~"<it' o( Id aho. Southtorn Branch; Cam1m" Club: Lamhda l)t"ha Si~~::ma: \ &so· ciated 1-:n«int"f'r"; \ . l.t-: .1+; .

R At. PII

o. (;OI)Tt~A.MJ

ll.S.(Geoi.Jo:.); Unit e lli~ h St"loool, Un11e, Montorw: Mon1 111111 School of MincK; Idaho Clu lJ; A".eociuu·d M iurr: l)e('orntionR C hairman. Muc··ker"" IJoll .

\\Ill IS DOL4' GARRA"RD

U.S.: Sh~lley Ili«h School; I daho Club; Alpha Ep•ilon Delta 3-4: J.ambda Delta Sigma 2. 3-t: Ag Cluh 2-:l.

I.A \\ tt ENC:~

A. G ILLETTE, )ll. II.S.(Agr.); Delco High Scbo.. l.

1-.tt, t ."lT E0\\1, G'ABOI"'\CER

B.S.(Chem.E. 1; Wallace High School: Lamb· da Chi \lpha: Intercollegiate Kn ighto; P~r· ,.:hin~ Uine~: Blue Ke>: Si«ma Tau; Americ•n l muitule of Che-mical £n«ineers: Co·Chair· man~ Fror~h Glee Week; Co-Chairman Elet"· lion lloard 3; I nterfraternity Council~ Sec· rtUtr) 1-; Fro..h Doxin& ~Iana~:er.

U u V.' A' ~Y. Ltdlov Gooow•N ll .S. ( Oot.): ldnho Folio H igh School; llnivcr~ity of l da ht,. Southern Bran ch; Uta h S tat e A~ericultura l ColleA:e; L.O.S. Tnl(titute; D elta Pili Omf'~ea; Lambda Delta Sigma.

BRt;<"t; \t. GotH)()' O.S.( Ou•.) : Orta·Oiindo llido !>doool. Or~a. Califorr1ia: U" illi~t S"f'N II all~ Curuin: I nter· rolle1iale 1\..ni~hlt': l nhtrl'ii!J Sin~~:en.: \ell Duke: P el) Uand Sho" 3: Co·Chairman of Orche~lu Committef', Stnior Oall.

Lo~u< CoR""

Er>\\AitU 110\'L.-\tHJ ( ;H"II'

Jouwu

(:rud. (C h crn. ) : Ta<'"oma. Wa.ohin«ton: ChriM· m an ll {t ll .

Jl.S. ( Jlus.) : Emmett ll igh School: Sigma Chi: ll i~ht>t H onoro 1·2-3-4: Pbi Eta Si«ma: Phi Alpha Delta; \lpha K appa P•i: Alpha Theta D~lto.

WuA. IAM GRANNA~

ll.S. ( Ed. ):

New

Plymou 1h

High S<hool;

CamtluA C lub.

273

ARLM~8 GRE~OAUI..

\ f PRL"'O WILLI AM GRJ£8

B.A.: \loocow H isb S.:bool: llidtnbau~h ll all; H isbeot Honora 1·2; ll iah ll cmoro 3: Curtain Club: Alpha Lambda l>•ha: \X. \.A. 2·3: Oalda Tau Gamma 1.2: Wt•ley Found•· tion; Ar1onaut 1; Debate 1; l> ramatic~.

w••.T ...

I ORWHRTn AcE GaJPPtTnA

O.S. (Ed.); Boise Bisb Sehool; l nhtr•it' of I daho. Southern Branch; Si1ma AIJJha 1-,l)•i· lon; Ll i~thest Honors 34; O~lta l'"i Om~~a; Kappa Oeha Pi, Rel)rthotnlati' e to '•tional Convention. San F ranci..co, 4; l nt~rnational Relations Club; Future Teac.-heu or \meriC'a.

E~M&M II AAC

O.S.(Ouo.); Filer U ural ll i~h S<hool: llniver· 'ity o( l dabo. Southern Brandl; Willi Ill S"'eet llall; P hi Alpha O eha; Bench and Oar.

ll.S.(Duo.): Durley B i«h S<hool: l Juive.-ic r of I daho; Southern Br anch; Willi~t S"'eet H all; ~1inor " I " Club: Fencin«.

IJ.S.(A~ r.);

Everett, WnMhi rq(lo tt ; l tluhu Clu b; H igh H onora 3: Alt>ha 7..-tn; Ag Club; I ndependent Council; I~.S.A.A.; Ag C lub, SeC'retary 4.

School;

u \BOIS

D.A.(J our.) ; Paul Hisb Scho<>l: llayo H all: Cardinal Key.. Treasurer 4: Ar~~:onaut, f'ea. ture Editor 2.3; Gem 3·4; We8tmin8trr Guild; Univer8ity Singers: Jlays ll all, Sec-retary 2; S01)bomorc Holly D an('C Corn ru iuee Choir. rnan; T heta Sigma; Editor .Fro8h ll ondbook 3: Junior Week Co rnrniuee Chnirruun; Cern Organi2r.ation& Editor 4.

274

II .S.( ~;d.); l'nyeuc High Sch ool: Colle•c ur ldul1o; Willomette Urliversity; Dehn Oclta Dehu: lli~h H onoro 4; Ka1>1>• Oelta l'i: Trthle Clef.

II AN8£r<

II.A. ( ~;ng.);

IJoioe H igh Sdoool: lliolenhau~h l ilt II: II igh H onors 1.2, 4; Alpha L~~tnhdu Dehn: Treble Clef 2·3: Roger Wi ll ituu• Cluh, l'rr-ideut 3; Var8ity D ebate 3: SymJ)hor'l. Ordte8tra 2·3; Concert .Band 2; Vandaleen .

IIAH()I.I)

(\A~

H.

Puu.u• C. II ,uu n U.S.(For.); New Utrecht lli1h Sehool. Urook1) n. New ' ork: Idaho Club: ll i•h llonoro 2; l'hi ..: ta Si-rna: Xi Si~ma P i; Alpha The-ta 0t"ha; l tfaho Fore~ter"; Idaho Forf'~ler, E•litcn 4; Xi Si~tma Pi llonor \\\ard 1.2.

l,ots N.

EtH\AKI) II. HANSEN

. ..IC.\1'\ChS

K GucNoN• U.S.( A•r.); Fluohiog H i~h S.:hool, Flu•hin•, i\~w ) ork; Tau Mem Aleph, Preside-nt 4; I nclt!>enclenl Council 2. 4: Pep Oand Sho" 2-J.t.: Chairman J unior Cabarel 3; Co-Cha•r· man. Entertainment for Dad's Day, t.; Junior Ct..o Preoiclent.

El.l.l N~ LHNORE ll ALLMAN

CI{()HGR II ARRISC)N H ACK N~l'

A. IIANSON U.S.(Bu8.); Coeur d'Alene ll iah ChriBman llall; Alpha Kappa P111i.

B.S.: Uainbrid~e. Waohinston, Hi~b S.:hool: Chril\nun Hall; """e~ man Club; Cherui,.lry Club, Secretar) .Treasurer 4.

1\1 A' H ANSON

O.S. (A•r.); Arnmon H igb S.:hool, l duho 1-'ullo; l duho Club; Alpha Zeta; A~ Club; Animal lluebundry Judging Team .

tltC':UA.MO OlUSCOLL liARL .4.~D

B.S. (Aar.): Caldwell High School.

RunEN O•un.EY ll.HcT

H.S. (Zool. ) ; l.ewo• ond Clark ll i• h S~hool, \\ afthin~elon; Lindley Hall; Per·

Spokane-~

Mhinc: Jli0el4.

\l"aLJ~I All

J.

11-\lf-."i

B.S. (7A>OI.); il.•llo~~ lliJ h s~hook Si, ma 1\u; l claho Cloud Clip1ttrA: f'crfl.hin« ltine!; Sca b· bard and lllade: 11•11 Oi••"·

MAR'II CATIIIHUNI'. llt( .K.M\N ll.S. ( II.~; ,.. ) :

Mo•eo-.• ll iRh S.-lovcol: Kat•l'• K nlllla Cotmmu: ll i~th ll ouorM 2-3; Alphu Lamhdu Drho; Ouldn Tau Ganuna; "\ew· man Club; lloruc Ef Club; Gem 2; Orchel!ltra.

W n ''"~ fl u 1 B.S.( \~r.) : 1\r•t>tr<e lloJ h Sehoul.

ChC IL

F1.Qttlt.NC; I~ MA\ Hll'\(.lrd. I'O l

ll.S. ( II .Ee.) : Co<ur ti'Aicuc lli Mh Srhool; Coeur d•Aienc Juni•,r Colletce; llidenbuugh ll n ll ; ll ome )>;, Cluh: Treble Clef.

ROOHRT Lt." l t I. II ORIU

H.S.( For. ): Le"'i• aud Clark lli•h Sdot>OI , S 1-.oL.ane. \\ alihin-lon ; ld ahu Fore~Cier.

\Vn. 1. 1 \M

C.

Jlot.7HR

D.S. ( ~:d.) : Coeur oi'Aieooe ll iRh St•hool ; 1\urlh rdnlw J unior Collt•~te: Will it' S\'oCCL Hall; \1 inor " I " Cluh: l)em Club; Gol( 2-3-1.

J OIII\ 'rHO.MAS H A.WLHY

O.A. ( Pol.&:i.) : So. Teresa's IJi1 h Scbool, Boi..,; Colle8C of I daho; Beta Theta Pi, P re.eident 4.

\1 Attl\' ALIC b llt>\TII

B.S.( \1u8.Ed.) : Coeur d'Alene lli1b School: O cha Oeha Ocha; Hi1h Honors l-2·3•1: Alpha Lambda Delta, President; Si~:ma Alpha I ota. Treasurer; )lortar Board. Presitlent 4; Curtain; Gem 1-2·3; WeRtmin~:>ttr Guild 1-2; Argonaut 1-2; )lusic Scholarship 2; Strin,; Trio 3-4; Quartene 2-3; Orchestra 1-2-34; Ound 2-3; Who~& Who in Amerif"ttn Colle~eA and Universities 4; "All Reason Now lleei~ned"; "She Stoops to Conquer"; HTf1o Little Fo:tes"; Song Fest C hairman 3; Student-~'aculty Council 4.

JO'II' CH ELAINH HILf'IKbR

O.S. ( li.Ec.): Filer Ilural High School: Forney Hall; Jl i~hcsr. Honors 4; Pbi Upsilon Omieron 3-4; H ome Ec Club 1-2-3-4; Allie Club 2; Tapl!l and T erps 2; Universir.y Sinc:crs 2.

ll t.Lt. '\ IIILI~lf\'\

D.S. ( Ed.): Ma di80n Hi1h Sebool. Rnhur•: ltkl.o Junior Colle@e. Rexbor1: Alpha Chi Ome1a; Blue Bucket 2; International Relations 2; '\'(' .A.A. 3; House President 4.

h tHSH ·~LIZAUt:TII III NCKt.F.l'

B.S.( ll .Ee. ); Coeur d'Alene High School; Coeur d'Alene Junior College; Uicl en ha u ~th ll oll: H ome f:c Club.

J Olt"(

Sl LV&STER

llOLL<\.:'\0

B.S.(Gtol.) : lli ~ h &:boot. Vancouver. B.C., Ca nada: \ anrou' er Tuhnical School. \"an .. C'(JU' er Colle~e: Phi Gamma Delta: A880Ci· ated \liners : Arsonaut 1-2; l oterlrateroity Council 3-4, Treaeu~r 4.

..RAt'III(.;IS EOl'\ARI) liONEl"

U.S.( C.E.) ; Coeur d'Alene High School.

275

WA\'<E 1). II UO!!O'

JA"HS f.:LLIS lJUTCIUNSO"i, ]R .

O.S. (A«r.) : Weioer lli ~ h Scloool; Lindley II all ; lli f!;ht-'1 Jl onor" 2; lli~h llonore 1:. Per· •hin« lliOta; S~ obbard and Olade: 11lue K ey; Alpha Zeta: A~ Club: Cia.. l're•ideut 2: Lindle) ll all, J>rtkidtnl l ; llome('ominK Co-Chairman 4.

\ hR\. 'hLL J AMES

RORt.ltT Ct.IR"()()I) ' '{;.M\11\)t

B.S.( \I et.E.) ; ' "" Terrace lli«h School. henec-tad). '\ e~ '\ orL. : l:)urdue l"nh e rflit); O elta T au D elto: l'ep Band Sho" 2-3 ~1: uS t a~~:e lloor .. : " ) ello\\ J ark .. , HOur To\\ u."~

s. .

B.S.( II .Er.): Coldwell lliRh Sdooul: l(iden· hauclo II nil: ll o me Ec Club: A. W.S. Coun ci l: Uni ver8i l > Sinaer~t.

Bt<TT' -Jo J "~"•·•~ 8 . \ .; \l o""o" lli•lo Sc-hool: Al.,ha Phi: Cur-

t ain; K aJ>Jla Phi . Treat'urer: \' andaleer~ 1:

'\f"e;ole) 1-' oundation: Ta1•" and T erp11; ··Farnil) Por1rait ..: .. Tb ~ \m a~Onf'..: \ Mi.stant Dirt(!tor....Sh t Stoop• t o Con(Jutr'": t' \fr; and \ l ro. ' ortlo"': t\ortlo.- T able.

llo ..umT J I'.NMRN' B.A .: CnRtlemwte lli gh Sc.·l•ool. Onklttnd, Colifc~rnh• • C hriMmuu llull ; Attic.· C lub ; (;e m :l.

G.

B .S. ( A~tr. ) ;

J AUSSJ

Fieldin g

Hig h

School.

Pario

Hicks Juninr College. RexburJ!;; Alpha 7..eta La rnbc.la O eltn Sigma. E:c:ecu tive Secreta r y

A~t Club.

L \ \I \R Kti,.:OO.HTU Jt:., St:!\ B.S.( \luo.Ed.) : Blackloot llich School: Lni"er!lit> of l_daho, Southern Branch: lfi~:h ll onoro 3: Pbi .\l u A lpha ; Phi Beta \lu ; Pe1> lland Sho" 2, 4 .

STA' a..a•; ' J ~ ··•,esttx II.S.; Moo re ~I igh School ; L.I).S. llouoc; llou~e Pr·e~ itlc nt 3; Cla61S Treu~S urer 4.; l~'II:C<'utive Doard; Chemistry Club,

Coop

Presi·

dent 4.

lh. . co J ou~so~ U.S.(Eiec.E.) : .\loscow High School: Btta Thet a P i; Si8 rna T au; \\e.r.le, Foundation. \"if>e Pre8ide-nt 3. President 4; Orchestra 1.2. 3-1; .\ •"""'iated En~tineers l-2-3-4; A.I.E.E .• \"ice President 3y Pre~:tident 4.

JhKO).Itl

lli~h School: Campuo

Club: \ .S. \ .E., Secretor) -Treaourer 3: En«int-erinR Council 3.

STI-: O\\ P.t. r. Jou NSTOi\

Nf.n. Jo uN80'

B.S.( llooo.): Sand1><>int C hi .

276

ll.S.( li.Ec.) : Gooding High School: Kappa \1,-.ha Theta. Pret)ident 4; Spu r ; Cardinal Ke): Mortar Board. Vice Presid~nt 4: Phi l ' l•@.ilon Omicron. President 4: W"bo•f' "ho Amon ~: Studentti!: H ome Ec Club; W .A.A.: 1\. ul'l'a Pbi: A. W.S. Council: P an h ellenic Counril. \'ice President 4; M a)' Fete Pa~~:e: Editor. A. \t'.S. H andbook. 3t F reshman ll arullu.) ()k S tafT 2; Junior Prom Co-Chairman; Gem 1·2-3; Argonaut 1, 3.

Fv.nurr-'Ar-U

H OMKM A IUH J A:O.,.MKN

EL.. I<R E. )011'80' B.S.( ~ ~r.t:.) : l'tcl

U.S. ( Ou o.) ; Payette Hig h School; Al1lha T au Omega; I nterfraternity Council J.1.

lli~h

School: D elta

B.S. (Geol. }: Bukersfield, California ; Willi• ~weet B a ll: Canterbu ry Society. President 4: Truck 3-4; Cross Country 3·4.

E. J O HI)AN ll.S.(Ed.); Uo nrttro ~'trr> ll i~h School: l d<tho C lub; P ertchinf( ll i Ot" 1-2: ~1i nor u l " Club 2-34; l'tm Cluh 3-4; T r nn i• 1-2-3-1; lla•k<th all l.

F.I.M H R

11 8:-. Rl

R.

} \,lR '"

B.S. ( Ed .): \l o"""" lli'h School: lli' h H .,.. on 3; .. . ,. C lu h: \1 innr .. , .. Club.

Fa '"" Jof:

lli~ h

Sc•h o<JI; A lplcn

"' "tt'

U.A. (,\ r t ); C l.-tlond. Ohio; "T ' Club: \l inor '"r" C lu h : 8 o1inf( 1-2·3·'· P ac-ifir Coa~t Champion 3. '\ a tional Cull~1iate Cham· pion ' ·

VuH~ I N IA

\K Y

f:LU:ON ) O K DAN

ll.S. ( M u•.Ecl .): lloise High Sch ool; College o r Ida h o; Al1>h a Ph;: Hi ~ h Uo n ors 1-2-3; K apva D eh a P i 4 : West min&t e r Guild; r n . tf'rnational ltela 1ions; T reble C le f.

J o u' K A ' TJAS O.S. ( llu•.) : P o tla tch lli« b School; Id ah o Cl u b; \lt,hA K appa P&i? Pre~i dent.

Jou r.~

] O tt l' Wu. vau~ n K.\ N 1'0t~ A

O.S.(A Rr.); Cn•t·nM 7.<:t u; AK C luh.

\1

K HP.1' 0N

O.S.( Ed.) ; Suint M nrir• lliRh Sdu>ol; Alphn Pili ; K n pfll' D eltu Pi 2; C u r t n iu . Vi<'e Presid ent 4: 2: T np f' nud T crJ)I'; Ort:he~lru I ; Uu ivc rAil y S iuK<"rf': J tutio r Atl"itct u nt O irC'rtor ; ustn f;f' Ont)rn: "Sh e S tt)t) f)"' 10 CHuqucr."

R o n HRT F:tf~f: ~n~ Kf~ ' '' " H~

O.S. ( \I trh.E. ): Jloi~ lli,h Srhool: Willi•

S ,. ttt ll a ll: lliR I ~<•t ll ono-. 1-2·3-1: Pbi Eto

Si,ma: Si-ma Tau: \ A~ialt"tl En. inf'tn: \ .S. \1 .J._: .• St"f'rttar) -T rtallurtr ': II all TreaJl· urtr ' · Prf',.idf'nl l.

J o u' S. Kut.::u-a ll.S. ( llu•. Ecl .) ; Sai nt M nrie• ll i~h Sdutol; S ig run Chi; Phi Mu t\l ph u; Vu nda leerA 1 -2·:~ .. 4; Juni or Cln~~ S.-rrn,.tle C h oir uueu .

li'. K A I'I•:K II .S.( Uu•.) : North CenLral High Sch ool, S J>O· k a nt'. Wa~ hing t o n ; T au Ka1)pa Epsilo n; U a nc..l 1·2-3: l Jnl,•ers it y S inger8 2·3.

s, .. t et.. x H . P ll " ' U.i\.: Uoi<e HiRb Sch ool; K ap pa Si~ma; \ lph a T he ta Delta: PershinR Ri fles; l n ter<"OIIe,::iate K nisbts. Junior Kni&h t; Blue K e); l n ter(ra l trn it ) Council; Ben ch an d Bar: AI. pfta Phi Chi. Secretar) -Treasurer 3; G em 2. 3: B a~ball \l a na~e r l; Prosr a m Co mmiu te Choeirman. J u n ior Week: Uo u &e Pre11iden t 4.

C IIA. IU.ti.S E JHV A Ril K E LSEY

Jl.S.( Iluo.) ; Durley Hi Rh Sch ool; Willi• S weet II a ll.

J oH-:K E. K s , \\ORT u Y B.A.: \l o..-o" Jl i'h School; K appa K appa Gamma. ll ou&e President 4: SpurS: Xe"" ma n Cl ub: Women'a ""I ' ' Cl ub; O r ch u t ra 1: C ern l : \r1onaut 1: Bl ue B ucket 2: Pa n hellenic Counril :l-1; W. ,\.t\. J-2-3-4: W.A.A., Secr~ t ar> 3.

Tuo R 11. K.Ju•.SCAARD Jl.S.( Geol.) ; Inko m High School: Campuo CluJ.; AK80<'hlled J\1iners, Preside nt ; lndepcntl e nt Cau c u 11.

277

\\ \' 0~ J ~CQUBLil'E Kuu~.s

U.S. (Ed.) : T" i" Fall• H i~h &hool: D elta Ga mm a; Ge m 1~2 ; A r1onau t 1-2; U . \ . \ . 1-2: l'a nhdlen ie 3-4.

P HAIU.. FHA""(C&S K tT C IJ

ll.S.( II.Ee.); T ro y H igh Sdoool; Hid•nbaud o H all : K a ppa Phi ; Treble Cler; H o rne £.C lu b; U nh er&it,.,. Sinaer"'.

11 . K1~ 1E\\F.It II .S.(F o r.) ; Uo nnerA F erry H i~h Sdoool: l do· h o C lub; Xi Si1 ma Pi ; Sca bbard o nd lllad e; llluc K ey: A8&odated F or e•t<r• 2. 4: lda bo 1-~o re~ t e r 4·: Co-C h airman ll omeC"omin« 3.

L. Kt "'G U. \ .:Eiko Coun t>' Hi5h & h oot :\"o. 2. \\ ell•. '\ e, ada; t ni' e r@ity o f Xe,+ada; II a> t~ H all: l ni' trl'il) Sinsere 2 -3.

,1 ,u tCAKnT

) A M HM lt U8SEL L KLAI'IR

(Gr •d.J; P arma lligh School; \\ illis S " ee t ll oli.

H o anatT

K•~NNHTII

KATII Alti N i r. K o STALP.K

L OUI SK

ll.S .( II. Ec. ) ; Moscow lliKh Sch ool: Oreson S tol e Co llege: Gamma Phi Deta; H orne Ec Club: EtJi&eopal Club: Arcona ut ; <: eon .

Hov Ct.tr;TON K oe u Ne•t

ll.S .( For.l; Wh ea tland Tli~h Sch ool, W lo en t· lou c.J, Wyomin g; Universit y of W)•omin~~: ; l)f' h o 'l"au Delta; Xi Si ~e ma Pi , P reAidt nt 5; h luho Forester s 3 -4-5: I d ah o F o re•ter 3-4, Ousincu .\I a na1er 4.

F. L AMBE RT O.S. (Chcm.E.) ; H ailey Hi~h Sch ool: C hri o· mou Hall ; l ntereolle«iate Kni ~ h u 1-2; Sig mo Tou 3-1; A.I .C,E.; A ssod tu etl l•; n, ineers; I ndependent Counc il 2 .

ltON ALO

IIQ\\ \RO Gt.8 S LASG l~ \"iiD

ll .A.( l' o i.Sci. ) : Huro n. South l)ol..ota. lli, t, School; Campus C lub ; Olue f\.ey: C la"A Treaeure r 1; C Jae.e: Preside nt 1: A.S. U .J. E x rc.·utivc Doard 3 ; I nd e pe ndent Couur il 2 ~ llouse President.

278

T . KOFM £ t1 L Le "i" o ml C lark fli&h Scbool, S J)()k aue. Wa,chin@t o n: Phi G a mm a D elt a; lfi ~tlt tiU H o nors 1-2-3-4: Phi E ta S i, rna: l'hi Urt a K I J>I>•: JJiue Ke,; Baoeh a ll \lan&Jer 1-2: Ar.conau t 1-2; Var"@it y 5 \\immin,; 2 -3: \'a r . •it > Deba t e 2: mfbe Li_slat o n the \t ou n· t ain""•; •• , ellow J ack."

n. K

u t ! II L

U.S.( II uo.Ed .); Sandt>.,iut ll igh S<·hool : Fo r · n ey ll a ll; Jligbeet Honors 4; K Rilfu• O eh u l.)i. Treatul"er: Westminst e r Guild 1-2; W . A.A. I ; Gem J.

C ROIH.Y. E ltLI N LAFYf! RTl..-

IJ .S.( Fo r .); We iRcr Hig h Sclwol; Xi SiAuHI l,i : Ae80ciuted 1•'ores ters I -2 -3-4: ldn h o Jo"orc.-ter.

Jo: \ H I~ l' /"11

E.

L A "\ CEN \\ A LTf1R

1l.S.( H.£c. ) : H a lstead. Kanoa •, H iAh Sdoool: Le\\i ~ t on S t u te ormal; Kap1>a Alpha T heta; P h i Uv.-ilon Om icron, Secre ury; Wt"Kllnin· .-u•r (;uilcJ, Key Girl, Pres id ent ; ll ome l•:t• C luh, K ey Girt Vice P ·r esid e nt ; Uni ver~tit ) Singers 2; T re ble C ler 3; G em 2-3-4.

'\ Q H~\ N' J\'111 8~ L\.RIC.J ~

B .A.: Le ~ i•to n lligb Sebool ; Si knut C h i; 1-" f' r t~ hin g Hifle& ) ·2: Ar gon a ut 1-2; Gt' m 1-2 ; Olue Uucke t 1·2: Var sit) Golf 2 , 4 : Oe ncll u ncl Oor 4.

M lt-OitY.I) I.,, ,RSON B.S.( II. Ec.); Nez1>erce lli«h Sch ool; Uayo Hall; lli 1h llo uor .. 2; Phi UllHi lon Omicron; llome 1-:c C lub ; We"tmi 111Uer Guild, Treas· urer; Lniver8il y 4-11 Club. l'reP.ident; Phi Z..eta Chri~to: Attie Club.

ESTBLLo\

J , ftousiiT Ltn KtCnT B.A. (Jnur.); Ru1><rl llich Schc>ol; Chrioman ll all : Si«m• O t h a; Ar«onaul 2-3-4-5. Editor 5. Monagin« ~;ditor 4. l>a) Edilor 3; Gem J.2. S 1lOrU io:ditor 3; Chairman Dad"e Day 4; Publicit) C hairm an Junior ~ eek 3; Student U nio n ANivitit-1 lloard S.

Wu.J,tAM IJuncaN l.HO,Attn

B.S.( M in. E.); Oo i"" lli•h School ; Univer•ity o( I daho, Southern Drtuu·h; l)eh n Tou Delta~ lligh Honon J -2-3: Sittmft (;amrnn -E psilon; Ae~iutetl En~eiru:er.- 1: ""~italetl Miners 3-4: A. I .J\1.1-:. (Jr. J\l ernhcr) 4; O•h• Tau D elt;a. \'ice l'reMidrnt 4.

Su:cf'KI HI> 1-:tuc

L••-' "'

U.S. ( Air.) : Chiu ao. lll inuio.

WYNN•: M. Lorua tTRIG

B.S.(Agr. ): Crui~mo111 lli~h S<·hoo l; Tuu Kul.tfllt I~ J).- il on: •• 1" Club: Minor " I" Club; Aft Club: Mnnn«Crlil'Ciub: Utu~ehall Mnnurer 2.:_ 4.4; Argouftut I .

~·"'""g Ro -. Lurl'

O.S.( t'or.): \ l drooe. \'1 i..-on•in, lli«h School; Willio S"<<l II all: Al1>ha l'hi Chi: Idaho f'ort'"tf'rl': Stuior Intra mural \1•n•~eer 3-4.

Ot.IV~R

\1 . MA(;KO<, ,J II. O.S.( Prc- Mcal.); Lewioton lli- h Sc•hoo l; UniofOre~eou: Sitcnllt Chi: Int erfra ternity Counril 2-3-4: I>erohina lliOeo 2: llou•e J-'re8ident :l; Ar~tmlttut 2; Alpha 'l'hetn O chu 4.

vetMity

I·:I.TON D AV ID LEA\' ITT

O.S.(I're-Med.) : \'ictoria, B.C., fli« h School; Un<ll•> II all ; lli«he81 H onora 1; H i~h lionorA J, 3: Phi Eta Si, ma ; Alpha Jo: psilon

u.11•.

JA<:"- C nAKLt;s

LEtSD 'IA~

B.S. ( \1 uo.Ed.): P ocatello His h School; Univtrt:til) u( Idah o, Southern Bra nc b: P hi \1 u \lpha; Pt1> Oand Leader.

C 1. 1~NN

C n~Kt.Jo!M

L•:'' IS

ll.S.(A«r.); Shelley Hi «b School: L.O.S. ln Mtitute ; Ag Club; Lambda D elta Sig ma.

Wn. UA'tll SA)I U8L Lo"'i"C

11•.\ .: Le" i. and Clark Hisb School. Spokane, w..hin«ton: Spokane Junior Colle«<: Gon?.a«a l nhtr~it)·: Willis S "eet Hall; Ala>ha Phi Omtl•·

ltAI.I-'ft HA YMONo

( (: ruol.);

lltu.- ""o

L uce

~ l oocow Jl;gh

School.

01.1Vf'R Lu&KKO~EN

B.S. ( \lin . E.) : \lullan Hi1h School: Willi& H all; Si1ma Camma EJ)8ilon: A8M)('iatt-d \line-r~, Secretar) 4.

S\\tt l

Dt>TT\

Ct. AIHE

\1A CKI~

O.S.: S t. T erei!-a"s Aeadem)'. Rois.e; Forney llall : Highest Honora 4: High llonor8 1-2; Alt>hu ..:,,.ilon D ella : Newman Club: Idaho Cloud C lipperA 2; Argonaut l; University S ingers.

279

A-f.utTtu K. MAc;N AMAn-'

B.A.; lloi"" lli • h Sdtool: Unive,.ity or I daho. Southtrn Oran<'h; lla) A ll all; Tl1eta Si1ma; ArJonaul.

\ h t.oRt.o

L•A•· \I At.t..OH\

B.S.(Ed.); Deary llia h S<:hool.

DAVIO I+:VHNttn MALS~U

B.S.( I~or.); l'tdou ... Wn•hington. ll igh Sf•hool; ;\filfiiOC'iated Forc ~t u~rt' 1·2-3-4.

Jou'

CRAICP. ' ' " '

''"(#

B.S.: \'a n~ou-.r. w.. hin.ton. lli1b S<:bool: :\e"" \l e:cico !khool of \1 ine.-; Campus Club; lli•h Honor. I; A•...,.-iated ~linero: Independent Council.

UuTu M ..uU)Attr. H.S.(Huo.Ed.); Wi n chcotcr lligh School: Un iverHity o _ r Wo~hinfC l ~)n; Al 1)h n Chi Omega: Kn,.. pu Oelu Jlio W.A.A. ft:-"CN'lHivc llourd 1-~-3; Ar~o!'""' 1-2; B lu~ Bucket. l-2; W eot·

L . .MAif:R U.S.(ll.Ec.); Jo'orncy Hall: Junior Cabaret Co.Cbairman; A. W.S. Representative 4: Uni. 'cr•it) Singer8 1-2; Home Ee Cluh 1-2-3-4; I ndc1..endent Council 34; ClaAa Sccretar) 4.

.MIIU\.)1

.M \.TriU:\\

\IAL!\ARIC K

B.S.( ~let.E.);

Trail High School, Briti•h Columbia; Lindley Hall; Sigma Gamma Epflilon. President; AsSC)Ciated I\finers; Student \!ember, A.Li\I.E.

Onvu~ 1.1r: GAYLE MANION

U.S. ( Ed. ); Meridian High School; Curtain; ASUL l'lays. "Mr. and Mrs. 1\orth," HFam. il) Porlruit."'

}011' \ h CUAEL )lARCtU

B.S.( Cbem.E.); Kellon lligh School; Sicrna \u; Phi ~lu Alpha; Pep Band; A.l .C.E.

0ANIBI.

s.

MAt\01.;1''

O.S.(C.E.); Moocow H igh School; A.S.C.E. ).2.3.4; Aitsociuted Engi rleers 2.3-4.

nunster ( . 111ld 1..2: A. W.S. Couu(•.l 4.

Jl.

-1 \.MTII \fAMTI'Iilb'

D.S. (AJr. ); \ladi-on lli1h S<:hool. He<bur1: Deha Chi; AIJtha Zeta; \nimal llu•bandr) Jud~intt Team. Parifir International and 01den I.

llot.. ANO MAltttu;: \1A1·rso~ D.S. ( Min. E .); Kolo"''"· B.C .• lliKh School. Canadu; Chritun~tn ll 11ll: Aewci~lted Mincr8.

280

\ ' H'\ITA A OOR8l~ ADEL ~{ASTERS

IJ. \.; Uuhl ll igb School.

"'"' \1.

MAY"AI:tO

O.S. ( IIuo.); Moscow High Sclu••l.

.. lloLo,os S. McCo!I.L•N B.S. (Agr.): Grare llich Srhool; Willi• Sweet Hall: As Club.

F••NcHs A. McCoNNELL D.S.(Buo.Ed.); Boise llish School: Ka1>1>• Alpha Theta: Kap1>a Delta Pi; W.A.A. 1-23-4: \\: t:Pitmin~ter Guild 1-2-3: I nternational ltclation f' 3: Gem 3; Unher·s it) Sin1ers 1-2.

JoEL noo•KtN8 \lcCooo B.S.(Buo.): Boioe lli~b School; Si«m• Chi; .Mana1~r•' Club; Track .M ana1er 34.

F'K"'u~ LEROl ~tcCt.:•RE

JA\ DUNCAN Mc1NT0811 B.S. (A«r.): Lewiooon lligh School: Lewiotou Stole Normal: Willio Sweet ll all; As Club.

l)onoTn "' MAE McMARTIN ll.S. (Ed.); Coeur d'Alene High School: North

WtLLIA)t ~·Aa.Tt.R Mc::\1u.L~'\

'>OR>IA Lot. \lc,h.RR•Y

R.S.(For.); ~ri~h1. \linneoo1a.

B.S. ( Ed.): Autusta. ~1aine; \Jinof' up• Club; .,ln Club: Track 1~ 4: Cross Countr) 4 .

I daho Junior College; Hays llall; WeAtmin8ter Guilch Future ·reaeherli' of A rneriea; Ord•e•tra 1-2; Treble Clef 3.

IJ.l:i.<Bu•.I::d.): Oakle> H ish School: Uni> ereit> of Utab: Delta Gamma. P~ .. ident 4: ll ich llonortll 3-4; \tortar lloard; Kam>a Oeha Pi: Cardinal Ke>: Theta S isma; Esecuti"e Board: A.S.C.l . Secrelar}'; Panhelleui<>; Ar.conaut 1-2-3. '«'omen's and Socirt) Jo;ditor: (;em 1-2. A~iate Editor 3.

FoNo.o>.Y II. McN.uGIITOI< B.S.(For. ): Lindblom Teehuicol II ish School. Chi~n«o~ lllinoi,.; Cumpu8 Club; rdoho For· eaters; Chnirnuul Mai1iug Com mittee, l doho }"'orc;ucr. 3: Senior Clo88 l{epre8entalive (ForesterA); Se<·reury.Treueurer of Campus Cl ub 3. Pre&ideut 4; Advertisiu« Manuger I daho f'oreMrr 4.

FltANCIS

REID W. \f fRKII.L B.S.(Asr.): Paul llich Sebool: Tau Kappa Epoilon: lliah Honora 4: AIJ>ha Ze1a: Lambda Deha Sicma: \1 Club: Jud cin« Team 4.

Lon-1t<. ELSIE \llu."Y O.S.(Ed.): Le"i•<on Hi8h School; Ridenhau~h flail.

J . Mtl.. LHR B.S.( Duo.): J ulioetta II iRh School: Tau Kap1>a EJ>•ilon: AIJ>hn KuJ>po Poi 3-4. Vice President 4; I daho Cloud Cl ippcr8 J; Universit y Sin"en 2, 4; fl ou"e Monager 4.

KEITII

A. M P.AGHF.R li.A.(J our.); Milwaukie. Ore., High School; Tau Kappa Epeilon; Scabbard a nd Blade; Si~ema Delta. Secretar y; Argonaut 2, Duy Etlitor 3, igtu Editor 4; Boxing 1.2; H oul\c Preflident 4.

EWREO ll. l\111.1.8

B.S.( A~r.); "'orth Emery Hi gh School, Huntington. Utah: Ricks College, Jlexburg~ Texa & Technological College, Luhhoek. Texa8; I daho Club; Sigma 'fau: Lambda O ehn Si~;rna; A.I.E.E.; A!lt~ociared E n gineer8.

281

STA-..P.v II. \1u.r.s ll.S.(A~r.): Tekoa. W••hin~ton. lli~b S~hool: Campu~

l:trf'~i•ltnt 4: Al1,lut Zeta; lllade: A~ Club. Tre88urer 4:

Club.

Srabbord ond (;tm I; ltiflt Tt-am J-t.

Vl\14'\' \ 1()()t.Rtll

ll.S.( Ed.J: Orofino lli~h S~hool: Forne> Hall; Pem Club 3-t; 1\.apJt• J>hi: Gem t: Uni\tt• eil) Sin~r:t"rll 1-2-:\-·l

1 1.-\HYI~\'

L.

MonCAN

ll.S.(Chem.~:.):

Koo•kiu ll i~h School: Lindley !l oll: Fladio Club. Puhlicity Manascr: Stude-nt

Chopt~r.

Ameri<'BII l netitute Chemi-

II OWARO } H.VIN ~tONK.S, )R.

U.S.(Cbem.); Bonners Ferry High Sebool; Delta Chi.

Cu;o WnNB

~fooN

B.S. (A.E.): Kamiah High School: Lindt., Hall: A.S.A.E .. Preaident 3; Student Branch Arutrican Society of Acricultural F.ncineen.

llowAttn Vu..'TOR 1\1otnusox

ll.S.(Agr.); Murtaugh H igh School; Campus Club; AA Club; Animal llusbandry Judsing T tam 4..

cal Enginttra. SeereUH) -Trea~turer 3; Argo-

naut 3; ldal1o ,.;n(lint'er Editorial Staff J -23-4: Preoident A.t.C.K 4.

L. Ah.. ta.t.t.K ll.S.( Ele.-.K ): St. \hrie• lliJh School: Sisma Chi. l'rt~o~idtnt; lliahe"t llonor8 1-2: Si«rna Tau: Olue k.f')·: !';ilver Lance. Prt8idtnt: lnttr('olltaiate 1\.ttilht. Duke: Gem 1-2: A.I E.E. (Student Dranc-lu: Ar,onaut 1: I daho F.n«inef'r 1.

F:Ol\1'

QuRJ'TtN CuY.I'ITRtt Muuoo<:K

O.S.(A,r.): T hon11r• llikh School. Olackfoot; CarnpuA Club; l..urnbc.lu Oeho Sigma; Ag Club.

F.v"' ""R' Nu ~o~ O.S.( Iln•.Ed. ): llut><'rt High School: Uni"erllit> of I daho. Southtrn Oraneb: Forne:' llall: lli1h llonor• 2-3: Kappa Delta Pi: -F ulurr Teoa("ht-r.- of \mtrit"a ; Kappa Phi.

DOROTII't Nt\;ON ll.S.( ~;,I.): Combrid•c lli•h School: Colle1e of lduhm l,i IJeu Phi: T op8 uud T trJJS 2; Gem 2: Olue 1Jurl..e1 2; l nternutionol ltelationM 2.

282

lt "v XAnER ~1uLLBR O.S.( Bu•-l : Cald ..-ell High School: Willia eet H all.

s..

Otur~ SII.A5 NKAIUNC

ll.S.(Ed.); Moscow High SchMI.

JODI\

Z.

i'/BLSON

B.S.( Chem.E.): Sandpoint High School; l'ilma :"\u: Sis ma Tau; A8SOC-iated En1ineera: A.I.C.E.: Interfraternit) Counci l 3-4; ldaho 1-:nsint:t:r. Editor.

Euv.AKO L.

OnLe

ll.S. ( For.): Santa Uarbara, Cali(ornia, H igh School; H igh Uonor• 3-4; Xi Sisma Pi 3-4: AsAOCiuted Foresters 4.

TORC~K

L . 0AA8 D .S. (Geol.) : l rioh Chriotian llrothera ll i«h Sch ool. D uut-. \1 ontana: Notre Dame Uni'enity; Nt"~mun C l .. h; AMociated Minera.

~Bl.SO' GR"Y P -'ftk.

S. \I. E.

} AMES VaNCI!.NT f'ATANO

a·:IH!~:H J ~ ~::::iorp;ee£~t i ;

D.

PAKI::t, SO"'l

U.S.(A(r.) ; Madioon R isb School, lluburs ; I daho Club: H isheot U onors I; ll isb llonoro 3-4; Al1>ha Zeta; Phi Eta Sisma: J unior Cia.. Vice P resident ; U omeeomin1 Co-Chairman 3; l'rettident Regional I ndependent Aa80Cia .. lion 4; Inde~n denl Coun cil 3.

C t. I\R A M A \

B.S. (Acc:oun ting ) : K ellou II iRh Sch ool: Sig.

Newman Club:

lh.'ln P Ae.a. D.S. ( Ed. ): \I"'""'".

H. taJ DK""

P ATTER SON

Ogden,_ U tah , High School; Gamma Phi Beta; Lambda D elta Si Rm a.

ll. CLII'TO'< PAULEY

B.S. ( Bu a.): Boioe Hish School; Phi D elta T heta ; M inor ' T ' Cl ub; \"a nit) Golf 2-34.

C t .0\'0 T ttRH'\' P AYNR

Coeur

U.S. ( Ed.) ; Boise R ish School; Whitma n Col. Ieee; Willamette Univer8i ty; Doise J unior COIIese; Waohioston State Collese: ll ayo H all.

LoU IS

IJ.S. ( \1 .E. ): \ 1ontebrllo. Colifornio , Hi~h School; Willi• S"e~l H a ll; Scabba rd an d Diode; Blue K ey. Preoident; Si lver Lance: T ra r k I: C l•8• Trf'a.wrtr I: Chairman of J unior Wtork; Stu dt'n i -F'a<"u h ) Council; A.

ll .S. ( J'or. ) ;

A I. I CK B Bt.VA 0PPeNu£JM

L RNNA KT C t .OV MR }•e.A R SON

•I'A ien c

A~"oc·iu t ed t '.-treMterA 1-2-3-4.

lli~h

Sch <>ol;

A ' G IU.I ~t> AOICAil. Pt:"Vf>l

B .S. ( B u•.Ed.): T,.in f'oll• lli1h School: A. A.

De,ree. Stephen" Collett, Columbia.

~fia­

'\\hi1man Colle1e: Oeha Gamma: '\re.etmineter Gui ld; (;em l ; W .A. \.

souri ;

II oM tn t WA \ ' N I<! PHTRK8H"'i'

U.S. (Agr.); P nu l II igh School.

U.S. ( E d.): Idah o F alls Hig h School; Rick• College; U n i vend t y o f I da h o, Southeru Brun ch: A lpha Phi O mega, Treaeu rcr 3; A.T.C.E.; Chern C luh 2.

Euct->NI ' RuTH PRN"IC&: U.A. ; l.o,.eiJ D is h Sch ool. San Francioco. C a lil ornia; P i Bet a P hi; Unhersit) S in8e re 1-2; Gem 1-2-3: Arsooaut 1: Blue Bucket t.2; P a nbellenic; West min8ter Guild; I nter· nationa l Relation'-

WAYNE:

E.

P•!TERSO.N

R.S. (Asr. ) ; Bo ise High School; K a rl'• Sis· ma; lligh H o n ors 4; I nter colle&ia te Krlighl fJ; Ag C lub.

283 L

K IUTII P RT'T'II

DALE POLLAK

B.S. (Duo.); Downey Jli1h School: Univer•ity of I daho. Southern OranC"h! t..D .S. ln~tilllte: lliJheot ll onor• 34: ll i1b H onors 2: Lambda Ddta Si1mo: lnter-Chur<h Council 3-4: AI· pha Kat)Jlft Pfti, Award 3, Treaeurer 4.

~f ARC \R£T II AI.I.Its Pon-t>K

B.A.: K imberly ll i1h School: Colorado Women'• Colle••· Denver. Colorado: H ay8 H all: lli1heot ll onoro 3•l: K•t>t>a Phi: Vandaleero; Unhtrllil) Sinaf'rll: Trthlt Clef Club.

llO HKKT f<:nw..\ ttO lt..\ t..8TH~

B.S.(F.Ier.E.): Nt•t>erce lli•h Sch ool: Lind ley lloll : Si.noo ' l'ou: A.I.F:.F..; Aoooeiated J.~n1inet>rl'. Prf'~itlt nl 4. Secretary 3; Si1ma T nu. l>rt"Piidtn e 4.

Lot~ 'fARC \RET Jh.\ M

D.S. ( II .Er.): Grant lli1h School. P ortland. Ore.: l nivt"r~ity of I daho. Southern Bra nch; II •>• H all: l>hi l P"ilon Omicron: ll ome Ec Club; "".A.A.: ~oman·.- ·· 1 ~' Club.

l lHRMAI"'

F.ow ..utu HKNPnow

ll.S.( lluo.); K endriek llikh Sehoul: Tnu Kappa Epflilon; Major " I" Club~ Minor " I" C luh: Munog•r•' Clnh l -2-3-4; Football Manog-. l -2-~-4.

YutCI~IA I'"TRI(I" ltn1u.

~~s~~;~; l\ !~~~a :l!!.1~~~~t':io~:~:~·f.i': PreAident 2: Cantf'rbury Socitl); Taps a nd

Teqlil

3.

ELt.A Cot. MMAN

lltcuAttt>s

O.S.; Notre On me o( Marylund lligh School. Dnhimore. Muryl,wd: Notre D ame or Mary· land College: ll olr Nunoeo College; Hays llulh Kuppo J)hi ; l Jni ver,ily S ingcrtJ.

284

O.S. (Geol.) : Hollywood Higb School. Loo An~tles~ California~ Univers!ty o( California at Loo An~elea; Id aho Club; Aooociat•d Miner8 2.3-4: ~1i oor u l .. Club; T~nniK 34; Chairman Mucker8 Ball 3.

\\·u.Lt All

L1 Lt: Pa tct:

ll.S.( For.) : T .. in Falla High School.

VJo;RNON l " R ANI( RAVJo!t-SCROFT

O.S.(For.): Tuule High School: l ndet>endent Comwil: Co-op llu>·er; D ebate 1-2-3. Mann¥er 4; Asf'Miated Foresters.

(;•; ORGK E-..cs~s REDFORD

D.S.( Buo.) : R upert Ri1h School; Chri•rnan Ball; Alpha Kappa Psi; Phi Alpha Delta; Bench and Bar: Major "l" Club; Gem 1.2.

MAllY USTIII~RJ>'OKO

B.A.; Moscow l:ligh Sch ool; D elta Gamma; lligheot llonor o 1-2-3: Phi Beta K a t>t>n; Al p h a Lambda Delta; Un lve r eity Singerat Westminster Gu ild; 1_"aps and ·ren)s.

\1ARIA' J E.\"'t~B RICB

B.A.; Spokane. Waohin~ton lligh School; Als>ha Phi; Hi1h Honora I. 4; Alpha Lambda Deha: Udl Dhere.

£0\\AKU l\1tCIIAl-:t. RtLEY

ll.S. ( Ouo.) ; Le" is and C lark Hig h School. S 1>okane, Wa8hington; University of M on. tuna; Sigma Nu; Sil ver T.anee; Blue Key. PreRident; Alpha Kappa P si; PreAfl Club; English Club: Class Treasurer 1; Blue Bucket l-2-3; Gem J.2; Argonaut 1·2-3; Chairman Sot>homore llolly Day.

Hoou!KT t:. HouooNs B.S.(A~r.); Wilder

ll iRh School: Lindle) ll all: Alpho Zeta; Rifle Teom: A1 Club.

Hst.t»' I. ftoK•~K,.,..., .... B.S.(Uu•.l: Glenna ~·err) lliRh S..hool: Univenit) o( Idaho. Southtrn Uran("h: Forne) Hall: "- •1•1•• Phi.

M1Lotu~a,

l A.u s Ito'' K B.S.(II."c.): John ll . ll•>~ero lli~h School,

OoNAt.o B. RoBERTSON B.S.( Agr.); Roswell Iligh School: Idaho Club: Alpha Pbi Chi 3-4: I ntercollegiate Knight• 1-2: AR Club 1-2-3-4: Independent Council 34: Cia.,& T rea&urer 3; House Pre"'i ... dent 4; Sophomore Holl) Dance 2; Frot~h Glee Week 1: J udging Team 4.

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0.

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(;HIIU.Kl JtOWt.IO:S

B.S.( Chem.): University or I daho, South ern Branch; College or I daho; D elta Chi.

St,o kane. Wn8hin((lOn: Jo'orney H all; Home £c Cl ub, Key Girl 2-:1: Weumin•ter Guild 2-34; '"fap1 twd 'l'erps 2: UniverJity Sin~t­ en 2.

ll.o\RQI.I)

R. ROPilR

R.S.(C.E.): Chioo, California. High Sehoul: Phi Delta "fheta. President; AMociated En· gineero: A.S.C. E., P•esident 4.

Cli\TftiA SAMMS

SAAl'iT.o\0

"\1t all ace High School: Delta Gamma: Gern I:

U.S.(For.): ~"")tr, '-urth l>akota. ll iRh ~boo1: l nivtr .. lt\ of t\orth OaL.ota; Tau

.\r«onaul 1 -2; Blue Bucket l-2.

Kai)J)8 1-:l)"'llun: A·,.,uw·iatt-d t'ortl'lltrft.

Jtu:1unu M. SARLes Ct..tt.TU5 Gt·:out;K SAHIIA.(, HIW

ll.M.: Blackfoot Hi gh School: U ni versi t) n£ Idaho, Southe rn Branc h ; Willis Sweet H all: lliRhest Honors 1-2.

B.S.("d.): J'trdinond lligh School; C"'"'"'" Club; Newnllw Cluh .

Os'''S 8 .

l'\

SAVA{.t;

ll.A.: Coeur d'Alene ll i•h Sehool: Coeur d'Alene Junior Colle••: lliRh lfonoro I, 4: Curtain: Phi Zeu Chri•to: A.S.U.I. PI•>• 2-3-1: Oirector A.S.L I. \ ..embl) 1.

.MAR\ KATHHRJ~t~

Sc

ttNMUHK

O.A.: Davenport lli~~~;h S(•lwol, OavenllOrt, w..hin.ton: l>eho l>eho Oeho: Phi Beta Kal)(>a: lliMhtMt ll onoro 1-2-3-4: S 1>nr: Al pha Lambda Delta: Ka1>PR O•lt• Pi: Cardinal Key. l'rtMiden t : l'unhtlleni<·; W.A.A.; Gem;

'"c'

LEe SA\~•oce B.A.: Stadium Uigh School. Tacoma. "\lt". .h· \tills College. Oakland. California: Delta Gamma: W.A.A. 3; Canterbur) So("iet), T reaf'urer 4: Gem 3. in ~tton:

RooERT Re~FRE" :::,cuNURR

ll.S. ( Buo.) ; Potlatch H igh Schuol; l,ambtla Chi Alpha: Alpha Kappa Psi.

Newmon Club.

285

Ev.u vN L. Scnu'-TZ B.S.(Ed.); Reardon, Wasbington. High School; Eastern Washin«ton State College of Education; Pi Beta l'hi; Attic Club 4; Argonaut 1; Cern 1; Panhellenie Representa· tive 3; Tapa and Terps 3; International Re· lations 1; Westminster Guild I.

RA\'MOND LAVBRNB ScnUt..Tz•:

B.S.; Melvern, Kansa8, Lambda Chi Alpba.

MAnv ELIZAu&'tu ScoTT

B.A.; Boise Uigh School; Pi Beta Phi; Attic Club; Westminster Guild; Argonaut; Blue Bucket; A. W.S. Represenutive; W.A.A.

Ju~NIT•

P. S&NFTEN B.A.; Castleford High School; Hays Hall; Attic Club. Secretary-Trcatmrer; Urliver&ity Singers 1-2; Westminster Guild 1; Future Teachers of America.

Gt.-j()KGt: W ASHINCTON Snn~vK

B.A.; Wallace High School; Lambda Cbi Alpha; Alpha Phi Chi; lnlernational Helations Club; Newman Club.

FK.:I> W. Su"!oe D.S.(Agr.); Challis High School; Chrisman Hall.

WANI)A BI_..ANCUE Sll)Lt!

B.S.; New Plymouth High School; Hays Hall; Highest Honors l-2; High Honors 3; Alpha Lambda Delta; Phi Upsilon Omicron; Home Ec Club 1-2-3-4, Secretary; University Singers l-2.

286

W. Scuut.-rz B.S.(For.); Blackfoot High Scbool; University of Idaho, Southern Branch; Idaho Cluh; Idaho Foresters.

HKNRY

W. ScoTT B.S.(Agr.); Midway High School; Campuo Club; Alpha Phi Chi; Ag Club; Class Preoi· dent 2; Class President 3; Executive Board.

KKN

Hon~<KT lh•Nnv S>:ALB

M.S.(For.); Berkeley, California. lligb School; B.S. Degree. University of California; Lindley Hall; Xi Sigma Pi; Alpha Zeta; Scabbard and Blade; Associated }-.oresters; Rifle Team; Chairman .M ilitary Ball 4.

BARBARA

AMCt:

SuERWIN

B.S.(Ed.); Grangeville High School; Forney Hall; Curtain; Westminster Guild 1-2-3; University Singers 2; Future Teachers of America 3; uAII Heason Now Resigned"; "She Stoops to Conquer"; "The Little Foxes."

JonN FRANCIS

Snnevg

.B.S.(Bus.); Wallace Hi~h School: Chrisman Hall; Alpha Phi Chi; Newman Club; Independent Council; Ba,eball l.

BARIJARA ANN SIMPSON

B.A.; Moscow lligb School; Della Gamma; Westminster Guild 1.2;_Argonaut 1-2; International Relations 1; W.A.A. l-2.

EDWARO

c.

SLUSHER

.B.S.(For.); Dover, Mi86ouri, High School; Central M.issouri State Teachers' College; Campus Club; Xi Sigma Pi; Idaho Foresters.

JACK

Ea..,,oou

SMv.oun

O.S.(Geol.): llurlcy lliMh School: Phi Gamma Deha; Si~ma (;ammo 1-:pttilon. Secretary: T~aAul"e.r 3: AIIIW)('iated \1inere; Busineaa Suff. ltlal•o Et•~eineer. 0iAtributior1 .M anager 1: Ar&onaut 2: Ad,onee<l H.O.T.C.

GR,,T .... S.WITII

O.S. ( Meeh.~:.): llirie lli•h School: Willi• S"'e~t llt~ll: A.S.M.f:.; A~'40<'iattd ~n.iueer8.

RonHttT En\\ AltO SMtTII

B.S.(C.K): lloi•e lli«h Sch ool: 'T'tw Ku1>1>• .EJlFiilon; Minor '' I '" Club; Gol( 1-2-3-4.

HoNNfK TwtLA s~uTu

O.S.(Ed. ): Coeur d'Alene High School; Nnrtlo I daho Junior College: Ridenbau~b Hall: Kappa Pbi: Treble Clef; W.A.A.; Band; Univereit) Sin&ers.

Jt:STI'E \1\\ SJIIITU

B.S.( Buo.): Coeur d'Alene lli&b School: ll a>• ll all: lli,he8t llonoro 1·2-3: Alpha Lambda Delta: Phi Chi Theta~ Westminster Guildi Orc:"hetnra 1.2; Women~s Rjfle Team 2; A. ".S. Council 4.

ltoueHT WKSLt:'ll' SMtTu

H.S.(Ed.): We8l Alii• High School. ~ l ilwan· Wiecoru~in; Unh•ersity of Wi~orHsin; Deha Chi: "I" Club; P em Club; Football 2·3-4; Baseball 2·3·4. J..ce.

l

I \t.)CO" ~ ARU SNITU

B.S. ( For.J: Rhintlamlcr.. Wi&ronein.

LAwnt~NCP. 11 . SJ'KNf: toat

'

ll.S.(Ed.): l'uri• lligh Sdu~>l: L.O.S. u,.,,•e: Lamhcht Dehn SijlllHt 3-4; Pili Mu Alpha 4: \'nndnlecr" 2-:l-1; lluiver,.ity Ort·heHira 2-34; I,Cfl Uurul S how 1.2, tl.

11. STI.~R'S B.S. (Ch•m. ~:. ): \loot·o" lli,h School: Tau \t ~m _\ltJ•h: Si~ma Tau: \1'"4'K"iated t:n&i· n~trl: Cheomi('•l t-:n~int('r": 1-:n~ineere· Council: \l11h• Thtta Otho.

LL&\\ tU. l '

Jt· N·!

J.

STMN

ll.S.(H.Er.): "ellou lli,l, Sdoool: t 'orney Hall: lfi~~:ht-8l llonorl'l 4; lli•h llonortt: 3; ~~t~i tgj:::~n Omi<·ron; fl o me l•:t" Club; New-

11

Gt.R.\U)

Jo; . SoRB'S0'

B.S.( A,r.) : Poeatello Hi~b School: UniHr· •it) of I daho. Southern Branch: Idaho Club: Lambda Delta Si«ma. President 4: A« Cluh; l.nher~il) of Idaho l- H , Pr~ident.

WINSTOJ"'' THOMAS SI'ENCER

U.S.(Eiec.~:.); Salmon High School: Univer. ltlul1o. Southern Branch; 'Willi" Sweet llull; HiRh JlonoriJ l ; Chi K a1>1>a Jota; A"ttoc.·inred Engineers; A. I .E.E. ~ity o(

'\()HlfA BRl .\ ' T ST88L8

B.A.{Soc. ): Le" ioton Uif;h School: U"hitman ColleKe: Forne) Flail: I nternational R•la. tionA Club: ~ntinel Club; Hi,:h Uonori I; l. ni,'t:rttit) Strin,s Quartet; Unh+ert~it) 5) m· pbon).

ATTILIO STHN.!CK

U.S. ( Hu•.): llul'ert Hi~h S~hool: Albion State Normul: Campus Cluh: Alpha Kappu Ptti.

287

\1tn,\' IN

J.

STKVIIt:,SO'

U.S. ( Bu•.); Poraoello lli-h Srhool; Univereity of Idaho. Southern llranch; L.D.S. l n"ti .. lute; Alpha 1\. uppa P11i J .. t.; Lambda Oeha Si1ma 34. \'ic.-e l,re.,ident 3; lloutte Vice P re..tic..lent; I nter .. Chur<"h Coun<"il 3-4.

l{u IIAKD lt. STau

U.A. ( E<'on. ): '.aiiiJll ll i•h S<-h(M)I; l nher· .-it) of I daho. Suuthtrn Bra nc-h; Oeha Tau Oelto; ll ikht•l llonor. I; ll iah llonor• 2; Oluc Ke): l nttrfrattrnit) Council~ Vice Prtfli(ltnt 1: Al1•ha Thtta O tha. Prc,.;ident -i: Gem 2 .. :-s. A14~)<'iott' Editor 3: l nttrfraternity ll anc..lbool... J.; ditt)r 3: Elef'tion J.: xamination Board Chairman: Sf'nior Uall Ort-he"lra Com· millet Cht•irman; l 1.S. Purl)' Caucus Chair· mnu.

B u nr. W. Su·rrol'l B.S. ( Jo:tl.); Midvulr llaah Srh ool; Lindley ll ull ; Minor " I" Club 2-3-4; Al1•hu Phi Clu ; Wrooolina l -2-3-4.

n o,AI.U

II.

~"ll'\,t.\

8. \. ( Orarn. ); llirhfotld ll iah Srhool: Chrism•n tl ~tll: Curtain; lui\tn•it) Sint~eu l.

l{ ,u un o ·r-ru Sl HUN D.S. ( Eicc-.1•;.\~

ll nrdiwtr. Alhcrtu, Curutda. ltitch Sehool: ld uho Cluh; SiJCrnn Tau, Vice l,resi J ent 4; S eudent Brunc·h A.l .Jo:.E .• Vice t>rcttidcnt; Aft"Ot'intecl En.cincers; I daho Cl uh, l'rel'itle ut 4; ltulri)Cnclt>nl Council 3; Idaho E n ~~tineer I.

o .. VJO c. STEVENS B.S.( Eiec.E.); Richfield lli«h School; Lindley Hall; Sigma Tau, Presidenl 4; Lambda Deha Si3ma; A.l.E.E. 1-2-3-4, Trea•urer 2; A8110Ciated Engineero 1-2-3-4.

II AKR\

\14URIC8 SOLT

B.S. (C.E.) : Cascade Hi3h School: Li ndl•y Hall; High Honors 1-2-3; Sigma Tau; A.S . C. E.9 Vice Preflident 4.

Va-:ttNON' WAYNE SUTTON

B.S.(A«r.); Midvale H iAh School ; Lindley ll all ; Fli gbe•t Honors 2: Alpha Zeta 2-3. Scribe 4; A~t Club 1·2, Secretary 3~ Pr e~iden t 4; 4·1-l Club 4; Class Treasurer 3: Animal llusbandry Li veAtock Judging T eam 4.

ltOBIRRT Btt\CH g,,JSIIt:R

B.S. ( ~Iech.E. ): St. ~lariea Iligh School: Deha Tau Deha; A.S. \I .E.; A...,.,iated En«inee.rs; llou&e President.

E. Vl A 'II Nt!. TAUTF£ST B.S.(Agr.): Craig m on t High School: Tau K11111>• Epsilon; A lpha Phi C hi; Ag C lub : Football I, 3.

AL\~

EVCil"E

J<; RMA (;. Tu o~ug

JonN

I"' TA\I.OK B.S. (Geol.l : S1><n~<r ll iah Srhool: Si«m• Gamma fo;,, .. ilon J..,,: r\fl.4()('iattd \linen. Trf":tfl,nrer l.

B.S.; l'ota oello lli~h S~hool: lJni-.rsioy of I daho. Sou lhcrn llra ru•h: U ni verAity o f Utah; ll ayo ll oll; ll ome Eo Club.

288

E.

T AYLOR

B.S.( Pre-'l ed.) ; Moocow Hi3h School: J>bi Gamma Delta: lli1heot Honora 1-2: H i«h llonoro 3: Alpha Theoa Delta: Phi Eoa Si8· mo; Orcheotro 1-2-3-4.

J.

TnOMAS

B.S. ( Ed.): Boi•e Hi3h School: Albion State Normal; Willis Sweet H all; "'I" C lub ; Pcm Cl ub; Trark 4; Cross Counlry 3; Boxing 2.

M

\RJOfliM Tuc)"'II'S0'

H ., nvt:l' WrLLUM T nOMSON

O.S.(II.!o:c.); Goodin« lli«h School; ll ttH lhlh \1 orlor Uot•rtl l; \\ ho•14 \'tho in Ameri· c;w ColleMe.- and Uni,.,tr"ilie"; SpurM, \"ice Prefliclent 2; l'hi l ••"'ilon Omi<'ron, \ic-e Vre!-itlent 1: \.\\ .S. Prf'!iident l; Jlorue Ec Club. Prt.,itltnt k If&)" II all. Pre .. idtnt 34; \\. \. \. 1·2-l~l; 'T' Cluh I; Ar«onaut l-2; \\ tKtmiruH~r (;uild 1-2-3; Clato., St<'rtlar) 23: \ttic Club 2; l ni,tr"'it) Sin~trl'i 1-2; Indt· Jtenc..ltnt Council J ... l; (;tm 2-3.

\I

\ttl

II

t.l.' Till tt~TO'\

Lot rs Tot:\'S ll.S. ( Buo.); Aberdun ll it~h School; l. ni,er· 1411) of l dal1o~ Southern Branch; Cl•ri~~;man fl ail: Alpha Kappa Psi; Universit) Sinserl\; I ndtJ)tntlent Caucus.

\rrH.,

O.S.(t.d.); J>o,cttc ll i«h Srhool; Coli••• of l dal1o 1-2: 1\..aJ)IHJ Alpha Thtta; \\"'estminst~r Guild 3: lntcrruuinnal lltlation~ Club 3; T,..,ble Cl<f .1; A.\\ .S. Coun<·il I.

M "•tGAtt r~T C. ToM •~• NSON

EVtH~' N 'l'uMANt·:K

B.S.; l,ocutcllo lli ah S(·lwoh llniver~tity n( I daho. Southern HrUtH•I•: Colle~ee Id aho; lluy11 11 .:..11; K o1•1•n Phi: lfnivtr~tity OrdleAira 2-3; 1).-umutieA 2. 4.

or

~u•R "'''

B.S.(Bu•.) : Nampa lligh School; Chri•mon ll oll; AIJ>ha Kappa P si.

lh ,, •. To"'

U.S. For. ; \l o•r<>" lli«h School.

ll .S.( II.Ec.); Black foot Hig h School; Uni · 'ersil) of ltldao. Sou tbern Branch· Alph a C hi Ometu~ ~ ewman C lub ; A. W.S. 'couudl 4; llou~~oe Social Cbairman and Vke Pre"i· dent.

Cu \Rt.F.:ot Ross T ROt..:T ll.S. (.\ ~r. ): T roy lli1h S.:houl.

Ron'MY II. T uNKS B.A.; l•'itldin ll llilll• S(•hm>l . l'nrit': Uui verl!lil) oC ltlu h o. South rrn UruuC">Ia : Willi"' Sweet H u ll; 11i ~eh llma or~ 4; Lumlulu Oehu Sig mu ; l ntcruntionu l ltclutiunM C lul•.

OP.NTON MAKK

n"'

F.O\\ \RO

TlR'\t.R.

\1 . \.: T ~iu fo"f•ll"" ll i~rh ~d~ool: l nhtnit> of I daho. Southern IJran<'h; \filli!iJ S""~et lf all: •• , •• Cluh: P tm Cluh; \ .. .-o<·iatf'd fo~n~intere; llo•ketboll 1-2-3-4. AIJ.Conforence and ll i1h Scorer I; Track. 1.2. I; lla...,ball I; Junior Pia) 3; Junior\ iC"t Pr('•itltnl 3; Football 1-2.

STtWit ~N lJTTUH

ll.S.(\lin.E.); llui-.· lli~h S<·honl: Hni•e Junior Co11rl(r: llf'lta Tou Delta; Junior M emher i\.1. \1.1~.: l nterroll<'l'iate 1\.ni ~ htA; Si~ma Gununn Ep14ilon: J'en~h inR HiAes; AttKm:iuttll Miucr": llnut'e M auutgf"r 4.

TucKeR

gi~i~.J\1et.E.); Orofino High School; Cnn 11, . .

\ucusT Usi~\R

U.S.( llu •. ); Columbia H i1h School. \l aJ>It· "'ooc:l9 'e" ltr.:oe): R ut1ers Univcrl!it): Iltha Chi; House \I anagcr 4 .

ltvTu ALice VA ' OUCK

U.S. ( Ed. ) ; Gene•ee High S.:hO<•I.

289

I>OKOTU\ li ttLE~ \ AK '\ t<;R

11. \ .: lloi;,e Hi,b School: l ni> -..;,, .. r Ida\l1)ha Chi Ornr~•: ll i~h llonoro 2: Attic Club: \1;. \, \ . : l ni' <r· t~it> 'Sin~ er1 " w .....,,n~_h ,. ttr t;t•ild.

ho. Southern Bran<"h;

J .u.K

W11. 1.1"M YeRR.o\~

ll.S. ( I're- "

••1.)

Id aho ~'all• ll i ~ h !'t•lwol: '\ orlh\\e~<lern: l7ni,enil) o( Cali(uruia: l'hi Gamma Deha; Prc- \t ed Club.

nr( .IIAHI)

II. W AI.Cn

ll.S. ( \I. E.): Rupert lliAh Srluwol: ll it-k• CulCampuM Club: Lambda l>ehn Sitcrna; A.S. \1 . .E.; As.s.oeiated En~:inttu.

1t~tr:

J A<: K

W.

WAS IIK U II N

ll .S.(A~r. );

Von S teuben lliAh S<·l~o Hol , ChiIllinois: Wright Juninr Colltltt": Nurth \\C1'11Crn; Willie s\\'eet H a ll ; A. (;luh; HifJ r ·r eam. ('UI{O.

IJI'.AN OA y

WATT

B.S.; Ping ree Hig h Schoo l; Willi• Sweet II all.

ST<\.'\1 h\

E. ' """bK

II.S. C \J ~do.E. ): IJoi<e ll iJ b S•hool : I ,.;,u. .. il) u( l tlalao. Sc>uthern Rrarwh: Dth a Tau

l>eh•: '\.i Theta Tau: Ae..<K"iatt>d ..; n. inttrtl: \l echanical En~tineer~.

~.K~ rf'1> u(

\Ill(. I ' U

C \\ Bl.l,;

\ . ll::lR \

IJ. \ . : IA""i""'lnn lliAh S..hnol: k o1ppa Plu.

P rt,..i41tn1 3: \\eE-Ie) Founda1ion: ln 1("r<·t.ur•·h ("•.oun('il; l ni,crt~il)' Singers 2-3.

\1Aitl !\f,'\l.t8

\\· \Kil

n .S.; l'a)Nit' lligh S('lloHI; \\" hitmtut Cui.

lr~tto

II i«h

1-2; Orc•on State 3; D t>h:e ll onur~ 3.

(;~unruu:

II,., t\. \\·' 1\TMON II.S. ( Fur. ) : Pocatello lli gh St·lwol: lluhcr14it)· of ltl n h o~ Suuthern Branf"lt; Id aho C luiJ : I~J oho ForeAters.

UUIIIUI1' C•~ \,TO'\

U.S. ( Mi u.) ;

Wt•:\C:HL

Yakima.

Wa shiu,; wn ;

Wi lli,.

S"eet ll u ll.

1\.•;NN•;Tu Wt<:nB

H./\ .: Gooding lli «h Scl-.tu)l t l)r h u Ct.i; llil(h · t""t lhmo r" 3-4; High Honor~ I : Blu e Key: Pht Elu S ig ma; Alpha The1u D (•lt n: l't' l'"hin f( Hine.. ; Ocn ch und Bar; llo use PreHidcut 3; Interfra terni t y Council 3.

At.l(: b P'-TKICI\ \\t:ISY.R

II .S.( II .Ec.) : Idaho Falls lli gh Sdwol; D rh• Gamma.

·\l'lo V. \\ 6tih.S II.S. (Chrno.E.) : K endrick llig h St·IH><ol: 'l'uu Kui, IHl Et,silon: AIIPIOCinte~l l~n~eiutt'r.t; i\.S. C. l·~.; lnt(•r(rutcr nit y Counc~il :J.1: Ccuu'{'r t Huml 1-2: Associated E n gineen 1-2.

'\01

\111 fHU.I)

\ \t \l"liO \

\\ E~TE:i'\0 \Ill

ll i~h Schuol: Lf'\\ii'IICHI Seat(' '\ urmnl: Forney H all: ll iRh{~~t lf onur~ 4;

n .S. : 1.(•\\itcton

Phi t l,,,i lun Omicron; Jl ome Ec Cluh; \\ . A.A.; Knppa Phi.

290

Rontm.T ..~ l (a~ "'h \\ t-.TII I .tt'

Ftum \\' t:TTt!.tt H.S.( \ Ar. ): Plummer High School; l.inclle)

... ..~ KmN" ' 0

U.S.; Starlluck. \\ a,.ltiu ll[ luu. lli~~;h Sc•lt()ul; Trut t\. d1•1•a ..;,, ..ilnn! ~iJ;tua Jleha: < ;~m. Sport" ..:clitnr ~l ...:tlitor t : \r(lorhlut. S1mrtw Editor ~~. n("~ ritt• Etliwr 2: Publa('ationt~­ Uoarcl t: Cu- l ..uhli(•it' Cha.ruuu St'niur Ball.

ll ull; A~ Clulo.

II \KKl U\IUJ\H\

J• "' \\

\KT11l.R ~· aooowso""

ll.ii.( Ed.): \losco" llisb School; Willi, s ...., ll ull

IIITt

ll.S. ( Etl. ); IA"~i111tnn ll i•h Sdu)ul: 1\. appa l\. n1•1ltt ( ;amnm: \\ . \. \ .

HontHtT F. W 1 LBY

B."\.( A•r-h Coeur d'Alene Ui gh S('ltool ; J.irullr) lloll; A~ C lub; Hall President 4.

LAlJH I I\H \\ II, U K

H.S. ( I<:tl h \lmwu" lli ~~;h S..lwul: lli ~t h llma Ot!ol 2: Spur: Curtoiu: l>.ahla T au (:lamna:• L-2; L•unluln 1)('1111 Si~ •Hn 1-2-:1-~; lfuhtrt-~i t ) S in ~ec•r" 1-2. f'r(•.-itlt•ut 2.

\I ()Q,\IU J\\tt"i: \\1111\"1"'

B.S.( Hu•. : Santlpuint II1J;h !"1-t~lmul: ~i.ma ' " : ll iJiu· .. t lft)twr• 2: lll~~~:h llnnorl4 ;); Ul ut' h. t): St-ahhoutl •ml Blotlt"': l'f'r-hinJ; ltiR~": ll otnf'('OfllinJ l>am·t Chairumn J.

'R{..Rl

ll.S.

\1

ll.~:r.

\ ' 1 ' 8 ~11..50'

:

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d. \lene

lli ~h

Srhool:

1\..aJllla l\..a1)1)a Gamma: Phi {;l)"'ilon Omif'rnn~

llume Ec Club l-2-3-'.

JAMt:!4 ST.WII K"'i Y\TV.S (; I•:OtU~ I{ \\ ,

\\· U fl.!\

IJ.S.(C.E.); l'uytll<' lli Mh Sdoool; Lioul lt) llull: Sigmn Tnu : .r\.S .C.Jt:.; A.S.T.M.; .r\.S. C.E .• Prf' ~< itlt•ut 4.

'•'(I'T~.

lnutH u.~. ( For. ): (,lt"'tHialr ......

~· IH"''· ( ;lf'ntlalf'. C11lifornia: Glrutlalf' J uuiur Cullr,Kc-: \\ illt"" S"f'"f't fl ail: fl t•h ll mmr .. ;J; ~i,moa \. i ~i--rna: ·\. i Si-ma 1•1: ldalm Fnrt.,.tcr. '\4""~" 1-:tlitnr l; Fort .. tr) I ,hihta .. Curtuuittf'f' Choirma•l 3.

Jcu·. L1·; 1lcn 'l.\fCINt. U.A.~ Anu•ri4·uu Fu ll"' lfitch St·h nol: lni,cr· ,;i f ) .,( hlalw. Suualu-ru Hru m·h : C:ltril4mu n llull : Jl i~e lw .- 1 ltm•or" 1-2-:J. 1: J•hi Uetu KttPIHt: \\hn•M \\ hu iu i\ru(•rit•un \.ullc~tt'l'4 nutl lJnivrr .. ilif•Jl: lut,•rtu•tinun l Hf"lutiuul'l C luh ~ Bund 1.2.:1. \ : Ordwt~otru :J.

ll.A.: Hos ,.•r ll lligb School: College of ldahn; l'l1i Ocha Thew; Attic Club.

L''' La... ltol l oL l i \ ' S U. .\ .: Potlatch ni ~h &bool; T au K ap1•• 1-:p,.ilun .

l•:u\' <\HU Cu \RI.8S Zu:!I~I NS Kt H.S.( t' or.) : Schenecoud) . '\e,. York ; C lori o. man H a ll: Track 1; Associated Jo""'orestert~-.

291

Junioa·s i n R.O.T. C. a a·c " tw csent" at the Military Ball Prorn-goca·s h cal'<l an ca..CuJ of Red Jen sen 's jive Kay Ash , junioa· ta·ansfea·, a·cceives A WS Queen Crown Joe and Pa·isc illa do a rhumba number at the cabare t Cecil s h ows Bruce h ow lo throw confetti properl y

h , yes . .. J unior 1.veek . . . cabaret, pro tn , sereu ade . . . soo u t h ey' ll inherit the ASUI . . . healls i t's o 11 e rnore year . â&#x20AC;˘ . tails it's the army . .. one m ore year t o get t h at pos t . . . one ntore to f ail or s ucceell . .. w lwdday a !.¡ 11 ow . . . no coin.

O

3-4 TIME

President

- GonoY

Vice-President

~~ ILLI \ \I SO l\

R \Y

Secretary

II OOBI'C

B ETTY DET\\ ElL E n

Treasurer

J O YC E T tiCK Eil

JU NIOR

/Jetty Dl>Lweiler, R n y lloobing,

294

)0.)' ('('

Tudft>r , Cort fOII

rr'illiont.~Ofl

President

R\Y H OO BI NG

Vice-President

- w \llll E '\

Secretary

W E JN B EitC

BETT Y 0ETWEJJ, ER

Treasurer

-

) O YCE

T

CK ER

Onl y addition to junior class officers was Warren Weinberg, who replaced Ra y ll oobin g as vice-president when lloobing moved up to the preside ncy spot left by arm y-bound Gord y Williamson. The Uni ted S tudent cauc us elec ted Weinber g to the v ice-presidency and the

UT executive board approved the move. O ffi ce-holders Betty Detweiler, secre t ar y, a nd Joyce Tuc ker, treasurer,

maint ained their positions for both semes ters.

OFFICERS EMERGENCY WAR CLAUSE NO. 2

Class officers shall serve for a term of one school year. Nominations for class officers shall be made at the begjnning of the fall semester at a special nominating assembly for each class which shall be called by the President of the ASUI. This amendment shall operate as to toll such other clauses of the ASUI constitution as are herewith inconsistent with the provisions of this amendment. This amendment shall become n ull and void at the beginning of the second successive semester 'o r at the beginning of the third succeaive quarter following the ceasing of the present war, at wh ich time all clauses herein rendered ineffective are to be given such tun foree as they had previous to the passing of this amendment•

FOR ................

····~

.

AGAINST ..............•.

0

When Clau se N tttnbe r 2 pass ed J29 to 13, the h1tl e r 1111mbe r pro ved nnlu.cky for C e nt editorial heads . A page for .~PCOIIcl se m ester offirf'r.~ lwd b e en clu.rntniccl into Nlrlt c/nSf< section of the yeltrbook, and b ccnu.se of prorl11c tion t echnicalities conld nol f> p takPn ont.

295

HARRY LEWIES

J I M TOWLES

L

G EOHCÂŁ B EJTO

RAY HOOBI NG

CATHERINE MeGREGOH

CAIWLYN NOHHIS

Leaders of Lomorrow ... d riving hard for rccogni Lion and respec t and getting it ... expr essing in g Lhcmscl vcs through talent . . . specia liza. Lion . . . or versatility . . . Junior class offi cers found 1he m qu a lified.

MA ll Y F H AN M AR SH ALL

VI C BEULL S

L\\\Kt~'ft; lh~( t-.

t'o"t l"'o ll~t Tou 1\.alll'"

fo:r~

CEORCt:

. .ilon

X. BtaTO

Spirit Lak~

Phi D•ha Theta llR\CP. RR,,t:'M'

\I \K\ Et.B\,OK llED\VELL

l'ortlaml. Oregon Ot'ha Gamma \ lttf.l' lA B t:NNBTT

l d,tlto l·"u lh• D elra D clllo O clta

Shell<> Lindle) H all ELIZo\Rt-~11 BM ~Cio\'

Honolulu. T. H. H a> • 1-l:oll Ct..IPPOnn

AH'I'II Olt. IJt:NNY

lltm:411HI. IC1r. tt HNT~tt

ll uh l

Vt<:TO BtHti. I.US

Tunkhannoc k. P en n &) lvunin Ph i D e lt a Tt.eaa

K fl ppit ~ig uw JOli N J \\ li EHC

]RAN Du:HI.(H\

ll oquium. Wnshin. l o n llitleul.rtugh ll <t ll t\u1w~

Wollnc·e Nu

Si ~IIHI UtH' tUtl. l

Ut "iTl~ I NI~

i-•O<·atello Sigma Clti

I }~LPIII~t-.! AI~ UECO\

Hoi:-c i\l1•ho. Phi

M

JOYC~ ANUBHSON

\It\ J\NN i\1, 11\i"'

l>ot latch ll a>• Hull

Spol nuc. \\':1l'hi u{(tm• Pi Ue tn Pl1i

J·\.NI:i ANIHl H\\1 Lewiliton Alplut Phi

lh0:1'T\' HAB AI'J,I.I NG M() ~COW

Dchn 1\. HNNI;TII

r.~umna

i\ "tUHh\\

LA " ttKNct-; ARNESON

Kellogg

l.e"i"'um Lindle) ll a ll ~1 \.RC \RRT Boi~

KATHlA~R" Asu

Ooi.e Deha Gamma

ll \CIIP.I~LKR

Altlha Phi

ORTT' J o 0 u <£S

1)\tR \ l STI"

Boise .\IJ>ha Phi

Kdlou Urua Tl•rut l'i U \IU'T Le"itoton

\ EM\.

0\.LP 11\.SKETT

Y

Ridenhnu~h

" e~p·erce

Lintlle' ll all

ll all \\ .... . . ,\4

n'"'·~~

llla<·lro><>l Phi (;:.uunu:1 Dt"hn

298

Dono'Trn 8,' ' ..:

s,•..,kane.

\t'as hin, ton Camma Phi Beta

PII\' LLIS BLACK"-10Rf!

T"'•in Falls Oeta Theta Pi STu•tH>' ll1STL1 ' 8 Pocathllo Si,rme Chi

llu; u \KU At-.t:u<~; Weiser S ig nu• C lli

n..!N'ION

Troy AI 1Jh u 'Tuu Omegu

Pi erre. Sou th Dakota Willi • Sweet ll o ll

r,. ..-:o, ,Ro n ••,,nvonn T"'in Fall"

Bela Tltel a Pi

Eo'"' Uoous

BETr\ Bt.()()ll Kell o~:~

Pre8l o n

Campus Club

!I a) • II all

ElltL'II L. BonL•~ Santa Monica. Calif. Ridenbau1b Hall

lh RO' llt.OOil t\lo•c~O \\

Phi (;ummtt I>eha

Oo'"'A> llor.To'

Vl\11\t\ UOJt \t AN

Dietrich

Truy

l daiJO Club

Forne) H ull UR·r1·v llot.P.S

ALuEnT BONIN

Mt)Mt'HW

ll n iley

KnrlJltt Alph n T hctu

Chris nHtn Hull

O oNA a...u U tu. v Ul i•• Limlley ll all

Bon<: Moscow

ANCtt.t.A

Bt~ \' I~ IU , ,

llttA I '(,\Itl)

1\onHKT lJREM ER

Washington. D. C.

w ,.nlner

Alt>ha Chi Ot~tel• Utun ~ ~ ~ \\..,.erul t-11

S igma Nu L EO"'i .\fU) BROOKS

liAHO LI>

Bounere }...err) Ca m putt Club

·ra u Kam)a t-: 1...a,m C \K I. \ l.tl

Boil'l-("

\\ illi•

\\ . UHI(~(0.1

s.. eet

II all

CER.\I~D

c. s.. eet II all

8KO\\ ' Le~iston .. ~I a in e

Willis

\ 1 \flit. \

"'I

ll VHPOUU

Culfnx. \\· n'"hinRhHI Uehn l),.hu IJdto

JOliN B tJHT

\ 1ctOre

I daho C luh JAMt:s BuwroN

;\ ~A liBI . llU itNIIA M

Em mete

MeriJ inn

c.

FnenP.Iti CK CA~TAMBSSA

VI\' ! AN u ,U\\ B l.l. We., dell Forno) !lull

Wa ll ace Willis S"cct II a ll T ut::ouone Luc·ile

ICH' IIAIU) CA 'II'ANA

E'~reu. Mu ~,._a dm~ tl8

CAnt.. I~ NTHn

Chrisman Hall

l.umhtla C hi i\lt>ha

ltout:RT CoA'TTERTO~

,,\ll~ C H\I f'! \

O•d•n. l lah \l1>h a T au Ome1•

SrlOkane. Was hin«ton Lindle~ Doll AnELL C•~ E'Iol\ttf!R

lt\\'loi 0 '1J CIIUI HI5R8

Holde n. \\ a!'lhin«IOn Kappa .\lpha Theu

J f'rome

JoStWII Coct~.Ht.l I

W RLDO~ COLI!

tta u er80n C lti

Paris Alpha Tau

Si~nua

0HRtb.TTB Coa, ER

Ome~:a

J ,:...ET

Cou~•En

ll an~e n

Portland. Or C"~on

" ::• I•P~• K t~ IJfiU C.amma

Pi Ret:t Phi

299

I'," II,. t..

" \ RC \RET

O lo Tau 1\. a ppa t-: 1•'"ilon

II \lllt~TO"

Buhl Alpha Phi

\loHTO " II \

o u," K u,, s~~

t.t

Soda Spriu~t"' C:arnftUtl Cl ult

J erome \\ illi• S " eeo II a ll

K to;'\ " KTif II \ltiH 1\(; Grnn~et•' ille $i~t mn Cl1 i

THOll,. ~ ll -\IU.. \ N U

J

Cald,.ell Phi D elta Theta

Mmu.. F. 11.\ IWt NG Filer Liu•lley lln ll

.,;.,\,I N IL\Iu•t.:n

Lots

HAtPo' H'T"r

Googind K ~lll!JU Kul'ftl l GntuHIU

Anofo; N II ''uu s Rigby Lindle)' llall Annex

Burk e Liudlc) ll nll

Ho n to:RT J . II Sup;ur Ci l )

Et, \I NF. II \IHli"(;To" Ne" flnrl. \\7 ae;hin¥10 n

Forne) ll u ll

o ......... ,,K11 ,,c T

'l 'AL \-1 \OGt;

Cr .. i~mont II •>• ll ull

\IHCI ~o"

II '"""'''S

Filer lleta Tl1e1a P'i \ \ ' " ........ 1)

\) o ....·· o"

II \RT

'\ ott"''' II '"L~l \I ell..

" il!i!l S"t<"l II all

Goottc..: Gtnso~ Potla tch Phi Gamma Delta

GBRTIHJ U 6 G.\t.IJJC \IT II W e llpini t . WaJ~~.I1iu,rtuu

ltide ubauAh I I nil J.\'1' (;AU.\\t(tt

Jo u' C rnsoN Preston Idaho Club

hl<~lw Fnllll Limllc) ll u ll

C I.. AH.\ Gll.fti\ N

J A"

O~den . Uoa h Gammo Pili Betu

J "U !~

es

GI\' BNS

Bo ise Sig mu C hi

BMTT' LoL GoKno' Sa nd1>oint Camma Phi Be tu

(;111\IIU

\\ nt'hingluu . 0 . C.

Goss GoMooN Eden IJtoha Clli

l\1

ltt(.ll \ItO

E.

\l)t:!l~l ' H C R F.CO p ,..,..atello F.-une~ lhll

(;O HOO~

R \lMO~O G REt:-.,t: .\ J acka) Phi Gamma D elta

Po.-• odlo Odo o Tau O eh• \1\RCI\ G\\1~~

L \ ' tliC'H GKil.SI-l:M \l osco ~

Boise K a1•1•a Kappa Camma

C unuu

t T" ( ;l H K, 'it; 'll

Potlat('h \lpl•• Ph i

302

B f:TTY B ....; :llosoo" Alpba C hi Ome~a

PA U t4t NH Bni ~e

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IC \

VtHGII.

D O RIS IIMtti.Ttf

\ \ \RRt4'

F.mm~••

llid en hau~h

IIIII~

\l t ri\liun Willi• S"eel ll a ll

ll all S t• E.,.c;tm

ll ess

lloF~ .,N s ~tosco w

II et.t :N

MmHpelier

Betn Tt.eu• Pi PATil l t:tA llut.nHN

Ot.IVF. ll o•·"' K8 Peck

ldnlm l•'n ll• D rltu (;nrnmn

Pi Be h• Phi

'"'" \1. II Ot.IAO\l' Uoii!C \\ illi• S"eel Ila ll lt\\'40'0

ll oont'(>.

Buhl

\lpha T n u

Lt•u II Hr" ORTn

\lbion Idaho C lub

s....,

Ome~~:a

{; ' ' KN I)Ql.\' li OOtJeS

IC e"thur,; Hall

II•>•

ll m .tt ' IIO'\STf!AO ~ 3fll J)3

t'orneJ llall \'o..., ~... ..~,

ll or•"•"s

lluhl Alpha Tau

OotlCKB

'Wot~Tt .... llO\ORK \

T"in Fall!( Phi Della Theta

llo' \LO lion '"o lloi-e

\1\RI\ , l l t.. PP

1\lpha Tau O m ega

Wa llace ICidenbau ~ h

DonA II uwrrac

H \.l. t~u Jl uc: u Hs S 1. \I arie8 S igmn C hi

Eden

._.. ,mv•~

II UJ\T ..;n

_I) EA N Jl USTI:m

ltlaho Falls

Coeur dtAiene Sig ma Nu J e"~.:"'B

ll u .,Ttt.H PQ(:a t e llo D e h a G a mma

H. lll"I>R Oul.l Alpha. Tau Ometa

GtHt \1. 1)

J' camso1.1. K ellou

W\LTF.K

Alphn Tnu OntCKfl \Vtt..I, IM

ll all

t-:. JAM ..:S

.l\1 o\RCKK\ IJ UT~EI*t. Coeur d• \lf' n e f'o rneJ ll all lt UTII f:t.l.t~...., J AC~ SO~

llli.. Gamma Phi R eta P ATRICIA )A P.t.to:R

S 1>okane. Wn ~~ol.in ~ lo u Kns•IHI K upJHt (;umuHI

J\1Atn· Loms..: JRN S f~N Spokane. Washing lcm Forney H all

Coeur d t Alene l.in1lley ll ull

G OOK CH JHPPH R -t0'

Wehtcr SiAma \l1•ha Fo:,)..ilon

CAttl4 JOif\ ~"H"!-ttt~

Ri~b>

Ca mJHt~

Club

303

M•:LCE="-'A KaTTRV.t~•~

S. K ' H ' Colfax. Washin~1ou Beta Theta Pi

C uAKL•;s

1\loscow

\\7ALTHR KLl.iG

h us K'l TSO '

Orofino I daho Club

Ern'

'\ tozJ~rte

"•>• ll oll BI LLI E Lou1se K u:\TM~

ARD 1\:.oesTER

Idaho l'all• Chrisman flail

Shelley Pi Beta Pt1i

Hon•:tt1'

Kcwa• mf

GA ttunow K u"T~ llon ncr" F'erry ldnh o Club

ll nr vttrd ldnho Club O EUK ELE\' LAR SP.N

Firth L.O.S. In stitute

RJC I1 AR0 "LARSON

Sandpoint Delta Chi

Lot!l'l L.tR '40"\

\\ \H.Kt, ,

1-.dlou lleu Theta Pi 8

\RBA RA L EACII

Pin,-ree Alplta Chi Ome«" Et. IZAH KTU 1.1-!A"I''ClN

Chulli• ll nr• ll ull

J)OKIS J o u' SO"\'

f'ruilland K :t i}Jla Kappu Gamma

Lot'

J OIJ ' S0"

I daho Fallo f.'orney U all

ELEANOR )OIIN !iO~ Yakima , Wa~t hin g hHl

1\1 AR ION

CHCtL

Jo"'"

'l'wiu _F alls Phi l)elt a Theta

IJQUM"\' K AMUITSc;n

Gene8ee Al1>ha Tau Ornesa

liOWARO }O>!P.S

D oRts KtaS-THR

Aberdeen Chrisman U a ll n on~KT

K t:.Mv

01l1>0r1unily. Washington Phi l)r lto Theta WI NONA K•.!Mt•

Prosser : Wa~h in gton Alpha Phi Mi\IH l A Kn•uL•:

\ l urray H ays Ha ll J ACK K G)IP£R

l.e"'iliLOn Ph i D elta Theta H UG H KENNEDY

Ea~le

W illis Sweet II a ll TtrOM AS Kt"NSY

Orofino Pi Oe1a Phi

Coeur (rA iene Phi Delta Theta K E"\NE'TH KI"ARU

S 1)()kane. Washin~;:lon I daho Club

304

JOtt NI:'ION'

Orifino Forney H all

Delta D eltn Delt11

s .u r

KIRKSEY

Idaho Fall, Lindley Ha ll

1-* \ l b H

Sand 1-.oin 1 D elta Tau D elta R E ID LtHSII)I'\'

Salt Lake Cit>. I IIa h Sigma Nu C IIA RI.MS LHUNAUU

S 1. \Iu rie!' S ig ma Chi

J \MM..'J L HO ' Bu rley

\HO

II \Httl L Hn IHS

Sc. Ancbon'

Ca rnJU18 Club

Chr-i8n1Un ll all HtCit\HO LK\~H· ~~

AttTIIUR LE\\ IS

Walla ce Lindlc) fl ail \1 AOISON

f..,~ \\ I S

Trai l. B. C. Canada Lambda Chi Alpl1a llt C IUHO I..I"GW'U'F.LTBR

Sussex, re\\ J ersey Lindlc)' H a ll

J>asadeno. CaliCornio Lirodley fl uff

J O H N Llt'.UAI~·~~N

FRE OSRIC K LUKt:N$

MotK·ow Si RIUR

E ucerwe

McCa ll Beta Theta Pi

II

LUN1'gv

Jou N LYNCSTAO Bi~ nHtrk. North D:1kotu lduho C lub

Buhl

Sigmu Chi

l OA J. L YONS l\loi!()OW

nonHitT L UNT6 \'

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)IH ' \1 ' ' " Emme ll

II•>• fl a il

Gt~ R .o\1..1) \1 \ 'II~I"C

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Kelton Hid enbauKh Uall

MARl ... . t \ NUS J\1AKSII \I~ L

Crruagc' illc

\'t:R NON i\fAY

P o tlatch Lindley llall

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Melba

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c.......,·o~ c.

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\Villis Sweet II nil JOliN 1\fc CoR,) I.\ CK

Wcrodcll

Lewiston Beta Theta Pi

Si ~tnln AJ ,.hn J•:p8i lon

UoumtT

\l cCLU Ju~

P ATS l ' ~lcCttATu

S1)0kane, Washington D elta Gumma

l'tt)'CII C

CATit 6 RI'H 1\t <.;GHt.tGOR Le ~i" to n

Gamma Phi Ue1a

SHt \t c K•v, .,.v ~a lmon ~iama C bi

"'\ ORRt.RT \It \(. Ut tt

Boi&e Pbi D elta The ta \1

\R\ I"\

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J erome Willi• S" eet H all KtnTn ' t E RRILL Paul

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J ou~ ~l c )lAHO:'\

\1 E KCER

\l o&cow

LEt: \1 ERR I LL

Paul

305

FR ED ~ICilOLS Co"~ina. Cali(o rnia

IIOHtiRT \1 . " I<Ll>O'

Uoittte \li illio · ,. eet ll ull

Chrisman U a ll

t :MTin.. K Lta; N rcuo1.s

Fa..o'o

N 1'\.0 ' Lontc Brta u{'h . Ne" J traJC) l'l1i (: o nun o O eh o

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H.OWENA NOROO Y

Ge nesee Forney H all

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O'CoNNon

C l1i('""o, llliuoi~t C l~ril'inuw llull

Ooltu Ocltu O eltt•

·r.uu-;NcK O ' ll ouA nK Honolulu, T. ll . Sigma

u

KATIILEt-;N

UMt8AilA OLIVER

( ;RORGH

Bulrl

ll a) • llall

Forney ll all

Osc "'•m

s.. cct

Lt v un ..I'roy

II all Gtrott(.E 0SLU ' D

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i\'loscow

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Houe nT MORRIS 1..-ewiAt o n

Coeur •I ' Alene Al)lhu f'hi

Phi Delta Tbeta

Eo''"uo M o na N

WILLIAM i\I ORRISON

K ello-~

Murtaug h Campus Club

Phi Gamma D elta o"~uu. \1 os~K ~:a et Jo~a rm M~

\\

a~hin ~~: ton

llo sBRT .\loss l'a)ette

Alpba Tau Ome&a

Campus Club Jl

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306

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Cal~ar>. \lb<:rta. Canada

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Onn

Slu.>HI1onc

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\li illio

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Pnyeu e

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No~•'

) t oore L.D.S. f n,.titutt

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FR

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Phi Gamma D elta

D elta T au D elta

Ftt,,~~r..ll' H " ' H\

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S t>ok ane. \\ a;;hin~J I OII Id ah o C lub

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Le ~i ~ t o n

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J HA ~ RI C LIA R OSON

[),\1, 1•!

Loaz; H•cfi\\' I N R S pe ncer .F'orney llnll

Spirit Lake Rid enba u gb H all Annex IJ t:NJ A '11 N UIOHOA N IIHIJ H I

Idah o Club Ct, P,O lltCKS

.M A ll\' ELLE"i RIP LE'II'

S ug;tr C i1 y lh•> • II a ll

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B o n HHT H o nSO 'Ii'

K ellou Phi D elt a Theta

I.At mbtla C h i \l pha

\\ n ' H Hn u ttthc trr.

PO<·attllo l)elt a T a u D elta

H ooeRT JtoSE"\'BER R'II'

Coeur d'" .\lene Chri~man llall

I'ATHU lA p H . Mt!R

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Glenns F err) D elta C hi lt U'I' II I'AttKS

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Sco ttie,

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W o,.hin ~e l o n

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K n JtJUt K n pJ)U ( ;u .umu

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Ca mp us Club

J,

H EF.O P 8 T EBSON

Jloi.se

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Idaho ~·.. 11. Phi Go mm u D elta

LY LE P ETeR so '

f>a ul

fl E '<R 1 J. PROCTOR Pocatello Sisma Alpha E psiJou

H \ CII 1\l oscow A lpha C hi Omes•

LoR Er<iE

307

1-:R,t_."JT ~I'( L \IR

DWIG HT SMITII

\ a n oou~er. 0 . C .• Can.ula Idaho Club

St. ) ! aries Lindley H a ll

G .. OR(.~ S.\t \l.l.H"'' Ca"cade l dabo C luh L. O .S. I nstitute Ill(; II

\ttl)

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Ooitte Gamm:a Phi Ue t n

SO~ I\'ILL ~ ~toscow

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H uc. u So n.KNSO!\'

Ht-x:hurg

lluhl J\ l1liH' Tuu Omega

J U.!\ K Son Bl'.tJON

L.D. S. l n.slilul e S a• srua·: G lenns Ferry Forn ey H ull

Don OTII Y

Grace

1:orncy ll ull

S t• B"H·tm F iler hlaho Cluh

( ;AII.t! N Sou LH

\1 AilSIIAI41_.

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Sigrna

JAM I~~

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JOSBPII RYAN

\ [ericlion Willis cct llall

T wirl Falls Deta Tlaeu• Pi

s..

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ltlC HAIU) RYAN

\VIt il e Uirtl

G()()ding

Cnn iJlu~

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Clu h

Tuo" AS ll \A N

MollCuW

AIJlha Tuu Omegn

1\1 ,, vrs Scu UH UAC II l(upc rt Forney ll llll

Cu \IHA·t S S \li Gg~T

EJ.J_ SCII\\ALIIt:

ampa

i\I ()M(•Ow

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T"'in t"'alls Idaho Club

Boit'le

K a t>Jl4 ~ appa ( ;ammo

R usSBLL SeveR~

lhrrT\ SH, t"''' Sund J)(}int Gamma l'hi Ueta Su ' ' Htt Coeur d' \lene Willi• s .. eet H all

U1 Ct1ARO

\1 un L ou S tn.K'IA'

)lontpelier Sisma Nu D 6 , T0""' StODO\\ AY

Ca l~ar). Alberto. Cana•la Gumma Pl1i Oeta

308

'l'eton Beta Theta Pi FRSD SF.ICPRU! I)T

Lead. Sou th D a k o ta Si1 ma Alpha F.p~ilon

WA""''~ B ST \PLF.S

Post t' alls Lindley Hall GEORCI! STI!I!LP.

Idaho F allo Willis eel 11all

s..

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l>e h"

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E1. Mt+K STo' T

"clio~•

\1 i<h ole ll itle nbau • h lla ll

Hettt Tlttta P'i CATIIMCI'E S T()VHK

TnO MAS

Boibe

s" ACSR

Rig b y Willi• S weet Hall

" "'. II nil

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U outm'I'A SWANSON'

Los AnscleR. Cnlifornia C luh

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1\nmf)U

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SK' ' t'!TT T \' I.OK \l ullan Willi• II all

s....,,

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I)"'' Preston

T A\'LOit

L.O.S. Tootitute

Ron•; RT

T e.Mt•L&

Monro,~ ia , California Willi s Sweet ll" ll

LF.O' T ERRI ER€

ltonMRT" TnoM \S \ e-hton lla) ' H a ll

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11 \ltQI. I) Trt()Ml'(()'

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Emt>urio. 1\. nnl'ln"

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Roov.RT

li'ttMo 'l'u u n sTON Ar(•o

TITUS

\\<hi te llird Sig ma Chi

Willi o Sweet Hall \11 N ,I B i\1 \ E Ttnn ~

CPR\LO

Sandpoint Pi Beta l'hi lto11•~RT ToacBso~

Touo

P tK'U i e llu

Si1ma '\ u

Jo '"'"' e

TR ET:'II&K

C.,lfa•. '\\' ••bin&ton Deha Gamma

Sodo Sprin«• 1\ a t)f)a Sisma ] A M BS TO\\ LHS S t•okane. Wut~-hing lnn

Sigma

11

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s i)Okune. Washing ton

Del"' Delta O elta B ETT'II' T U Rl\ E R

1\ampa Al pha P hi

llnnners Ferry lln vo ll nll

L•:o '"'' E' .."' R upert Jdaho Club

309

OONAI~ O WII~LIA~IS

DEAN WJLI)t-:.

M oscow Delta C h i

M e ridia n Willis Sweet Hall

Cont}-.E \Vu~•·· ·A~t s

MAIH€ WH. IAAMS

Rexburg A lpha C hi Omega Sn &LIJ\' \ V lLLI.4&tS

Pocatello R id e nbau gh Hall DAVll) Wu.s o N

Sp o kuue, Wa ~h i ng ton Phi Gamma D elta

Uub l Wi lli• Sweet Uull Co•u>oN

'v,LLIAMSON

liBJ.RN \Vu.SON

P o rtla n tJ , Oregon l'bi Delta Theta LEONAil.O WJJ.~Or\

Dorlrle l"8 1•'erry D ehn Gnrnmn RoseMAnv W••~soN

Los Angeles. Californ ia

T ""' in Falli.f

K npi)U Sigmn

HA Y \Vn .SON

H USSF. I_.f.. \V t LSON

Ogden, Utab Alpha Ta u Omega l\1AR\' WRJCIIT MORCO\\'

BI.AINf! WHHIA HT

\ Veiser C h.-ianwn 1-l:tll

GamnHl Phi Beta

Jh::KoenT \Vooucoc:K

Coeur d'Alene Sig ma N u

ARLINE

Vooonn.

J OSI•! I, II \ VAI.OM"'

Pasadena. California A l1>ha Chi Omega

Bo nne rs .Ferry S ig m a Et.IZAUI'.TII \V A I~ KI•: lt

0SWAL0 \V ALC it

Boise Kapv::a Ku1>1>a

K ellogg l'bi Oehu The1a EuCKN~

B A IHlA R,\ \VALI~ACB

\VALKEn

Escalon. California H ays Hall

P ierce C h ris man llall

\V A I~Tii: R M ed i<·ol Lake, \V a sh. lla y• Ha ll

MANCUI-!UITB

WILLIAM \ VALL

A·f oAcow A lpha T a u Omegn Gt.6NN \VASR!I

RICJlARO W A LTON'

Moscow Phi Gamma D elta i\ 'IARCAitF.T WAll O

M oscow

FRANKLI N Wne'I'SLER

Pries t Uiver Sigma Al p b a E ()8i1on CoMt-•TON Wn1T&

Clarksfork Phi Gamma D elta

310

G;,u lHlHl

Fe un Wi ll is S " •eet Hall \V A IUtF. N ''"' f!INOt!tt(:

Wendel l Sig ma Al1>h:o Epsilon Ron£RT A. \VmTE l'ayette Sig mu Chi V1HCINIA \VaCKMAN

Mulhw Fo rney Hall

Filer S igma Al 1>ha Epsil on

VutCINIA YooNc

Baker, Oregon

D elta Delta Delta

SCENES AT T il E .J N IOIC CABARET MARDI C HAS T IME . . . Fun sters collect confetti , houors, atul tnasks before helulin;! .for thP dan ce floor Table Sf)(t ce isoto premium. cl 1tring

intern~ission

At tilt> }uuior l'rotlt, stiff collars, forrnal introductions . . . it's tltP reception line

Confetti . . . colws . . . confu sion . . . the wns too slow.

cameru'.~

.~peed

311

I\lcl'l'ic Lou J(Joepfer . . . Green and Gold Ball Queen Spurs pat路ade downtown with service flag on Army Day Taking tickets for "nickel hop" . . . all- campus mixer oph

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Day commillcc posts proclamations

Kni g hts d ecorate town and ca mpu s with Schmidt tics

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i m e to s tart ope rating .. . s traig hte n t h a t t ie . .. climb th e bandwagon and b low your horn . . . leaf thro u g h t he k ey ca La log ue . .. and take y our pic k ... yes, s ir . . . y on' ve g ot p lowin' to do 011

KEY QUEST

J ack Numbers, Eclith Jones, Adene llylle, /Jill 1l1u.u g u m

SOPHOMORE President Vice-President

314

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MBI~H S

BILL MA NC

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ecrelary

Et>tT II Jo ~Es

Treasurer

Ao E E H YDE

EMERGENCY WAR CLAUSE NO. 2

Class officers shall serve for a term of one school year. Nominations for class officers shall be made at the beginning of the fall semester at a special nominating assembly for each class which shall be called by the President of the ASUI. This amendment shall operate as to toll such other clauses of the ASUI constitution as are herewith inconsistent with the provisions of this amendment. This amendment shall become null and void at the beginning of the second successive semester or at the beginning of the third successive quarter following the ceasing of the present war, at which time all clauses herein rendered ineffective are to be given such tun force as they had previous to the passing of this amendment.

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FOR ......................

AGAINST .. ..............

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Main arg ume nt in favor of Clause Numbn 2 u·o s tlwt by 110t holfling elec tions the A U l would b e spored $125 in exf>e n ses. W i th Ce n1- po ges co s tin g the A SUI n co~tservative $25 en c h . .. u;ith f our pnpes tut ln •oitla bly iflt•olved . . . the A S UI exp e nde d approximate ly $100 n ny u:oy .

OFFICERS President

J AC K

Vice-President

13 J LL MA ' C U ;ll

Secretary Treasurer

UJ\f8f,:U S

f': OJ T II

M

u1 NE

LiLLie cha nge was made in the sophomore cia s as Jac k

Jo

ES

Gn ovEn

umbers, Bill M a ngum,

a nd Edith J ones re tained their respective offices for the e ntire year. \faxine Grover replaced Adene H yde as class

I reasurer

whe n the la tter

left school during the second semes ter. Grover was elected by t he United tudents cauc us and approved by the ASUl execut ive boa rd.

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JERRY S K I L ES

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ames and faces ... pushing up above Lhc rnob mo b . . . finding their directions . . . se lling their sig hts . . . They know what t hey wa nt . . . Lbey're likely to get it accord in g Lo their fe llow class officers.

DO N C.\HLSO

J ea n Adam son II o w ani AlbrNh,.,<·n \un <' \lho R ay h.ag<·r Carol) n Anderso n D o nald A nd erson

Duane And(' r,;on Grace Andcr,;on J\lu ricl :Hell J\1urga rc t Baco n \\ illium B a kes Th o ma s B a ke r

Loren<' Bai<'R Kuthr·y n llurl)('r K e nt Barber Dolores Buriuaga Churl!'s Burn es J ruu Barnes

S teele Barnett \J ar) Fnru c<',.. Bat<•s J ohn Ba tt E h.oo d Batz<'l Emma Bauer Vern Ba um

A ll e n Bau,.,clwr J ran Fkurllr>~ Eliza l)('t h Br·a u R unda ll Br·unl \\ illium Bergr·so u Kenn e th Bergtpri st

Bolu' rt Biggs Houa ltl Bir!l r·i l Bithr ll Lorrain e Bjorklund Glyta Bo lick J ames Bo ll es

P a tri cia Bow lh ) \ l !'r<'dy th B o"h·r Kr ith Bo) ing to n C lai r<' Br acke n Carol Brumit Virgi nia Bre• ick

H ele n J ea nnr Brink Drcxt•l Brow u 1\f ary Brown Puuliur· Bulkley Ho h <'rl Burgg raf H uy Brookh<t rl

318

Dale Burkhalter Harvey Buus L ee Calfee Marjorie Call B everl y Campbell Douglas Campb ell

George Campb ell Raymond H. Campbell William S. Campbell Don Carlson I van Catherman Clark Chandler

Earl Cbandler Gera ld Chapman Odell Chatfield Betty Ches ter Marjorie Childs John Chivers

James Christ enso n Winifred Christi anson Stewart Clelan James Clovis Pb yllis C luer Be tty Clumpncr

H elen Collins Russell Co nrad J erold Cook George II. Cooke \'\' illiam Corbcrt, Jr. Donald Coski

Ted Crabb Kathry n Crain Calvin Crandall Ea rl Crca JoAnn Crites Ri chard Crowther

Wendell Cruser Keith Daniels E lmo Davis Ri chard D ell Ea rl DeMers Vincent De

unzio

B ernita Dogge tt Darrell Dolgncr Patricia Dollard Jim Donart Priscilla D one Mildred Dooley

319

Jane Douglass E gan Drenker Dick Driscoll Ralph Dunkle Xavier Durant William E imers

William E. Ellis, Jr. Carroll Elmore Mike Erramouspe Grant Facer Allen F eld Thomas F cntiman

Roger Fichtner Edward Ficgenbaum L eRoy Foss H elen Fos ter Marily n Fowles Jack Fox

Rex Fox Lois Frank Norman Fredekind William Freeburg Mar y Ann Freeland Gordon Fritsch

Martin Fry H elen Ga le Joe Garner Veri Gar rard Bette Gibb Laure tta Gibbs

Eugene Glabe Irene Glahc James Glenn Joe Glenn J ean Glinde man Dclrcna Goodhu e

Joseph Gordon Gordon Grannis Harley Greaves, Jr. Dale Greeley Fred Greenfield Barbara Greenw ell

Donald Gra y icholas Grkovic Maxine Grover Gloria Guernsey John Gunn Margaret Guthman

320

\\ essie Gutke Rowland llaegele Rutb H agger ty Lorr aine Hallman Lucile Halver<cn Ladd IJamihon

M ~ rl e

H amilton J ohn ITamm R obert Hampton David W'. Hanford VerLee H ansen Ralpb H ardin

Jl ugh A. Harper Evca Harrington Glen H art Dallas Hartwell R ichard Hathawa y Marie Havens

Eilee n H awley Pat Heath Gloria H eisner Ray H elbling J ane H errington Donald Hicks

Dwight E. llill Edi th llill Rich ard Hodder Lois H odge Roy Roelke Donald H older

J oseph H olland, Jr. John H olloway Ler oy lloman Clark Hopkins Fred Horn 'l ar y P atricia 11Ou8ton

Leroy Hull Dorothy Hunter Adene ITyd e Donald Hyder F ra nk Hyke Vernon lngebrctscn

Ocr yl l ngl e Hichard Jackson S t anley J ensen Sylvan J eppese n Erling Johann esen J ohn Johnson

321

K eith J ohnson Maurice J o hnson \\ illia m J ohnson E dith J o nes Helen Lo uise J ones \1 aril y n J ones

R obert J ord an D on J ordin R alph J osly n H oward J ud y Ja ck Julian Peter K alamarides

B ill K ennedy James K enn ed y Jlober t Kerr M a rian Kilbourn e Betty Lou Kilpatri ck Pa ul King

Sherm a n King J a mes Ki nney R obert Kjosncss H a rold Kl obuchcr ~l c rrie Lou Kloepfer Sylvia Knight

Ruth M a ri e Kn oles C hris ti an Koch Erm a K orTcl Ed K omosky Hober t Korm a n J ohn Kri er

Richard D. Kri er J oe Kru se Jl iehurd Kub e W illia m L ang R a mona Lu rk in F ra nces La rsen

Herbert La rsen Gladys Lar son Tony La rson R obert 0 . LuRu e Fred La th a m Gera ld Lu tti g

Miria m Latty George L uyos Flavia Lee Lois Lemon D ean Lewis Mel vin L ewis

322

,----Ruth Lightfi eld Russell Lindstrom Gene Littlefi eld Barhara Long H elen Lothrop Darrell Lott

Ph yllis Lowe E dgar M erlyn Lukens Afton Lundblade James Ly den Phyllis Lyon Constance MacCallum

Evelyn MacKay Joseph M alta Bill M angum Robert Manning Howard Manson Cl yde B enton Martin

Lloyd Martinson M adelyn Mason Lowell Maughan Joy Maxfield Betty Mazna Arl en e McB ean

Mar y M cBride R ex McClure R alph McColm Alan McCombs H arriett McCurdy Sarah McDaniels

Margaret M cFadden Hugh McGee Laurence McGonagle Harlow M cKinney Jack McLaughlin Robert F. McLaughlin

A nnamac M elcum Lloy d M errill William M er vyn E ugene M eyer James M eyer J ea n Milar

Barbara Miller D ea n E. Miller Donald J. Miller J oyce Miller Rulon Miller Carl Minden

323

Ross Miner Dayle M olen J esse Cu rl i\lombergcr J\lar) l~t. thc.-r \l o ntgomery l sauc 1.. \l oor Mari lyn l oore

J ucq uclin c Morefield J ewell J\1 orris J ohn Morri s Cecil Mo rrr son Arlene Morrow Boh M ortcnscn

J oh n Mosher William G. M ouuL Eldcnc M ul cu h y Maxine Mulroney Forric.-s t 1u nro Lorruinc Murphy

Vernon all y Tad eilso n Eilee n lclso n J\lar y Ellen 'lelson Pau l â&#x20AC;˘ clson Burns ewb y

J ack ' ewell ll clcn cwman Vi rginiu cwton Gerald uiTcr J ack umbers J oA nn e N umiJcrs

Robert Obendor( ItobcrL O'Conn er M argurc llc Odom Lois Olin Doro th y Ann Outzs RoberL Pace

S tanton Park Keith P a rl.. s Mirl Passey K ay Payntt' r Gc.-ra ld Ped erson J ohn . P eebles

Geor ge Penn ell Ralph Peters Floyd Pl'lt'rson Lloycl Pt'lc.-rso u Rex Phillips n uy mond Pinson

324

J ohn Piper Laurene Ploss George Pomer oy Vivian Potter Ru el Poulson Philip Prall

D ale Price Robert P yper Clinton Quigley Fred Quinn Kl yda R atliff Francilc Rnwlings

Carrnclita Il.ea Eugeoc R ead Way ne R cddecopp Wallace R eed Forrest R eiohardt Ra y R einhnrdt

Ph yllis Re th erford .Maxine R eynolds Be tty J ean Rice Alice Richardso n Virginia Richardson William Richardso n

Garth Ricks Beth Ri edel Edna Lucylle R oberts Donald Blaine Robertso n Alfred Robin son Kathry n Robinson

ancy Robinso n Rob erta Rod gers Sam Rosen Robert Roskell ey Marjorie Ross Arthur R owland

Kntbaryu Ruckman Dale Rullman M onroe Ruth Robert B. Sablberg lar yella Saoford Frank Schaub

Honald Schaufelberger Boyd Schenk Adoio e Schmidt Philip Schnabel Josephine SchwcnUclder Eugene Scnftcn

325

Leigh Shadel J osephine helton j\( ary hew na el.. Grant iddoway J ohn iddoway ll elen ims

David kiles Gerald kiles Cou rtl and mith Max mith Bonnie peer Robert Spohn

H elen Stanfi eld Claudine Stanton Conni e Staple ton Rose S tarr Clifton taufT R ichard

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Clair

Robert St evens Cherr yol tranahan B yron Stra llon \\ ard troschei n ] uani la lurgi ll Thorland ummers

William Sundeen Barbara Sutcliff Don Swan J ea n Tabor Duanl' L. Ta ylor, Jr. Lillian Tegan

John T ewhey Betty Thomas Charles R. Thomas Leo Thomas Paul Thome Ann<' Thompson

Gene Thompson Wayne Thompson J ack Thursto n red Thurs ton Gordon T ocvs Gordon T olmie

Marvin T orgerso n Burll Truebloo1l R eed Tucl..cr Trt' nc Tul ppa LeMHI Tulppa Elizabeth Tyra

326

Arthur U n a H elen Urn ess Sybil Urness Billie Lou Van Riper Roy Veltri R obert Vond erb arr

Dea n \V ackcrli R obert Wa lkley E lizabeth Wallace Na th an Wallens Lloyd Walter Dora Wark

S tanley Waskiewi cz Thelma \Vatanabe H arold Weir Virginia W eisbrod James Wer ry T ed Wer ry

H elen Westberg K enne th Westfall Elea nor Whi t e Ann e W hi tem an Richard Whiting K eith W hitley

Daryl Wh ittig Boyd W hittle Ellis Wickward L y nn Williams

William Williams Michael Williamson Charles Wilson Jack Wing

Ann'\ odyga Thomas \Voods

Kathleen Woodworth D onna Wortbwine

327

Undefeated fr路osh hoopme n after season 's last game

Dell's Gr路cys . . . Dee and J ea n . . . go Bucket-dating Judy Rupp twirls h e r batons at the pajama rail ) \Yeek s of waiting ... then win n er . . . 'Jarion Wilson Be ll) Brown . frosh swea t e r party w inner . yeah man

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nder watchful eyes . . . live the Frosh . . . leaning on elbow~ ... gazing out the library w indow ... while pas t th e table marc h es . .. JU ortar B oarcl, pur . . . Blue K ey, " I " club . .. sotneday . .. who knou路s?

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President Vice-President

Fn \ N K J \ COn D I C K GR EE~E

Treasurer

· C \\1 I LL I~

S ecretary

GLOR I \ S T E W A RT

IIOHT

The fresh man class elected their officers, t hree I nde pcndc n ls and one Gt·ee k, at the firs t assembly last fa ll, and kept the same ones all yea•·.

The firs t-yea r s tudents began with a bang las l fa ll whe n they sponsored Lhc lradilional home-coming firework s. The n the yea rlings inaugurated a new c us lom when the y held a mixer for all fresh men. The freshmen held their fina l fling in May whe n they sponsored Lhe a nnual frosh glee week.

FRESHMAN

Dic k Greene, Camille Short, Gloria S t e wart, Frcwk

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President

FttANK ] .\ COS

Vice-President

DICK GREENE

Treasurer

- CA \II LLE

Secretary

GLOR I\

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T EWA RT

Freshman class officers remaine d the sa me durin g Lite second sem ester, with no o ne leaving school to create va cancies.

Officers were Frank Jacobs, president; Dic k Greene, vice-president; Gloria S tewart, secr etary; Camille Short , treasurer.

OFFICERS EMERGENCY WAR CLAUSE NO. 2

Class officers shall serve for a term of one school year. Nominations for class officers shall be made at the beginning of the fall semester at a special nominating assembly for each class which shall be called by the President of the ASUI. This amendment shall operate as to toll such other clauses of the ASUI constitution as are herewith inconsistent with the provisions of this amendment. This amendment shall become null and void at the beginning of the second successive semester or at the beginning of the third suceeaive quarter following the ceasing of the present war, at which time all clauses herein rendered ineffective are to be given such tull force as they had previous to the passing of this amendment.

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If Gem re(ulers fee l tlwt the savi n g of approxinwtPiy $25 lw.• b een suffi.cie n t c omt>e n s ution to have second semester class office rs pre.~e ntecl in this nwnne r , nil' we lt. .. . Seems a trifle silly ..• nnd monotonous . . . thoug h

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JIM i\1-\ Tl\1 1LLEU

RAY HIGBY BARBARA i\JEAH S

Flas hes on the freshma n horizon ... of brawn .. . brains ... ability ... some ''ill fli cker out . . . others will fill brighte r s pots . . . if they've got what it ta kes ... freshman class officers think t hey ha ve.

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PEGGY TWAY DEL OWE N

BILL BROWN DOROTHY HAUGE

HETTY FHENC II

JJ ANK

They're being watched ... judged ... pushed by the "opera tors" . . . good material . . . Cor for l a pping . . . or the varsity . . . oue day they' ll be part o[ ... or leading ... things that awe the m now.

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334

0. AbboLL

M. Aesch lim an B. Ahrens

R. Ahrens

C. Alldaffer

J. Allen

J. Amstu tz

B. Anderso n

E. Arms

H . Arrington

C. Arri vee

E. B abcock

K. Barbee

J. Barber

G. Barker

L. Barney

A. Benoit

B. B enson

B. Ber nh ard

J. B erry

W. Bolton

J. Bonneville

J. Booth

H. Bormann

J. Brannon

C. Bridges

R. Briggs

'"路Brooks

S. Brown

V. Brown

W. Brown

K. Browning

0. Burns

R. Burns

M. Burnside

P. Buroker

L. Campbell

R. Campbell

B. Ca rdwell

G. Carmen

H. Clements

A. Cluer

C. Code

V. Cole

E. Cornwall

II. A. Corrigan

H. Costa

R. Cummings

l

E. Ain slie

P. Ainslie

A. Ai tk en

L. Aldrich

D. Anderson

]. Anderson

}. Anderson

M. Andrus

R. Baker

}". Bales

L. Ball

B. Ballenger

N. B artschi

E. Baskeu

D. Bean

R. Beier

D. Bircb mier

R. Blandford

A. Blomgr en

H. Bockman

}. Bowman

M. Bradbury

} . Br addock

R. Brandt

L. Broug h

B.}. Brown

E. Brown

M. Brown

]. Bruins

K. Burgha rdt

E. Burklund

D. Bur ks

C. Burl

B. Butts

L. Callister

H. Campbell

J. Chapman

A. Chase

}. Chervenell

D. Christenson

W. Cole

R. Colquhoun

ll. C ummins

M. Cunningham V. Dahmen

. Co mnick

P. Coppock

W. D alley

335

E. D nlva

D. Dau

E. D avitlsou

. D empsey

A. D co bald

\'C D coba ld

L . D o uglns

D. Doumacq

D. Dred ge

D. Drew

J.

l~ lli 8

E. E ri ckso n

J. Erickson

A. Erkl'r

P. Evans

R. E)est one

M. Fanning

R. Fife

F. Freeman

B. French

J. Frei

K. Gu) lo rd

E. Ghor mley

H. Gibson

E. Gi lbert

1). Gru y

.1 . Gray

W. Gray

E. Greef

H. Grush

E. Guilfoy

J. Gu nd erso n

M. Gunso n

L. Jl a ll

\\. H all

V. Ilalliday

R. Hammer

B . ll ansr n

j. ll an scn

R. H anson

11. llardcnburg

D.A. ll uug<'

n. ll uworth

F. Ha y nes

D. H end erso n

\\ . Dci nh ard

\1 .

336

D. Dashiell

Fran~on

G. Davis

H.J. Davis

J . Davis

R. Davis

G. Deu bel

C. Dimond

D. Dinnison

.\l.J. Dix

D. Dunn

R. DuPuis

C. D y<'r

n. E lliou

A. Edick

A. Er rumo uspc B. Evuns

]. Eva ns

R. Fisher

M. Plemin g

. Foss

G.W. Fosl er

1. Fugulc

J. Garber

.\1. Garner

A. Gilbertson

V. Gleasou

W. Gorshc

E. Grabski

R. Green

V. C n;if

E. Grieser

J. Grimmett

L. Gwarlncy

C. lluddoel..

R. H agbom

G. Hagedorn

D. Hand y

P. llann u

A. Hann y

J. Hans

F. Harlow

1. lJ urri s

\\. H arrison

L. TiarLwell

H. H endron

W. ll cnr y

E. ll crriuglon

W. Hill

]. Ga no

337

338

M. H oag

J . Hoke

C. Holden

D. H olen

B. Horsley

M. Iloux

M. H oward

M. Howurd

IC H ungerford

\\'. Hunt

F'. Il vccm

G. Iosct

D. J ensen

B. J epson

W. J ewell

A. Johnson

L. J ones

M.M. J ones

M. J ones

T. Jones

E. Kasparek

R. Kee ton

M. K chnc

E. K eller

II. Kinn ey

A. Ki ser

ll. Knaggf!

S. Knifong

S. Landrus

V.

D. Larsen

D. Larsen

F. Lee

M. Leichlit('r

W. Leichliter

K. L emon

C. Luke

L. Luns lrum

M. Lund y

G. Lyon

J . MacRae

B. Malin

J. Mallery

E. Marler

A. M artin elli

M. Massey

j .

Lan~c

Mallox

D. M av ity

V. llolmes

J. Holt

K. H ol t

L. Hooker

C. H owland

8. Huettig

P. H ull

P. H u mphrey

L. Jackson

P. Jacobs

T. James

S. Jenkins

C. J oh nson

G. J oh nson

E. J ohnston

J. Jones

K . J ordan

C. J osly n

G. Kalk

ll. Kambitsch

M:. K enning ton W. K er r

]. Kersey

P. Kin g

W. Knipe

L. K nulsoo

T. Lake

B. Lampert

R. Lauer

P. Laughlin

B. Law

F. LeClair

] . Le i\l oy nc

R. Lessinger

B . .Lohrenz

C. Lough

H. L yo ns

A. M acGregor

S. M uckey

\V. Mackin

F. Marshall

F. \lursh all

K . \1 arshu ll

L.

J. M ay

L. McCarty

G. Mc Kinn ey

Jl . McKinster

lartindale

339

M . Mc Mahon

W. Mc Mahon

B. Mears

F. M eech

N . M erriman

D. Milich

J. Miller

J . Miller

J. M oore

F. Moran

B. M orrall

F. M orrsion

K . Moss

D. M oun ce

j. Muller

F. Murph y

R.

D. ' elson

H.

B. N ich olas

R. Oekert

C. Ohms

P . Oliva doti

B. J. Palmer

D . Paris

D . P ark er

, 1. Pederson

~1.

j.

H. ll a nd a ll

B. Have nse ro(L D . R eddeeopp

R. Hobinson

\\ . R obinson

H. R odun er

J . llupp

11. Hya n

K. Saari

fl. Sasser

\\ .

E. hea r

D. Shee hy

C. Sherlton

eiU

cweU

P euuell

ewmau

Penwe ll

R. Oliver

. P a rker

E. P oole

M. R ey nolds

. R oge rs

S. M eikle

L. Mentzer

F. Merrill

T. M errill

J. Minst er

J. Mitchell

M. Mock

B. Moody

B. Morse

S. Mortensen

R. Moser

M. Moses

M. Murray

J. Napoli

Y. Needha m

H. Neiii

C.

H. Noel

J. Nu nnelle y

R. Obendorf

C. Olson

P. Olson

W. Overbaugh

D. Patrick

J. Paulso n

A. Peak

S. Pease

R. Post crick

A. Potwin

P. Potwin

P. Pugh

R. Rigby

E. Ritter

R. R oberts

R. Robinson

J. R oper

J. Rosebaugh

W. R oyston

J. Rummell

E. Schmidt

V. Sch midt

J. Schoenhals

R. Scott

T. Sheppard

C. Sherrill

M. Shipman

C. Short

ickens

. Pabst

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D. hufcltlt

\1.

irnpso n

P. Simpson

0. S in ger

C. rnith

D.

mith

E. S mith

M. S mith

J. poo nc r

E.

prag ue

A. Stanley

0. S t a uff

E. S t<'LLI <'r

.1 . Stevens

G. Stewart

L. Stewart

G. S tote rau

J . Striekle

L. Swofford

. Taft

M . S tocl..slag<·r H. S to ne

\1.

"anhOn

wantck

ll . Tho ma s

L. Thompson

M . Twu y

G. U nternahre r G. Vallem

T. Vedder

1\1. \\ ultcr

E. \\ a lso n

F. Watson

R. \\'aus

IT. White m a n

l\1. \Yhit e man

L. \\. hitl ocl..

E. \\ ilkf•n

K. \\ ilk e n

W. \'\' illiams

M. Wil son

J.

G. Wolf

K. Wolff

R. \Voodh c ud

. \\ hitc

342

F.

\V o kc rsic n

M. Thompson

F. Tipton

~1.

W. S kinn er

M. Slauer

T . Slay to n

R.L. S mith

V. S nyd er

W. Spaeth

]. S teilc

G. S tein

R . S teinlwiscr

]. S temb er

W. S tewart

D. S tidolph

M. Stillinger

]. S tippicb

M. S tu cki

P. Stump

J. S und stro m

R . S utto n

J. T ay lo r

V. Ta ylo r

L. Taysom

E. Tho m as

W. Titus

D. Toolson

E. Torgerson

D. T urner

R. \ Y/achter

B. Wahl e

W. Wak eland

n.

B. Weber

F. W est

P. W e ller

A. \\'heeler

G. Wh itsell

V. Wi cks

P. Wick wa rd

D. Wiley

P. \\ ilson

L . Winkl e

R. Winkl e

E. Wocsner

J. \\ urRt

G. W y mon

\V. Zahora

C . Zimmerm a n

Skjersaa

I R. S mith

W alker

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Abbott, Orville Leo ton ......................... , ............... ISO. 334 Abbou, Weoton J ooeph ....... •......•........•.....•.............. 206 . ................... .. 108, 133. 2M Acuff, Arthur Clurencc ....... A«...nmeon, H.et.cccu Jeo n ., ............................ , .. , .. , .. , ! 3 1. 3 18 Aeschliman , Marjorie Merle .... ........ . ........... . ..... .... .. . l60. 334 Ahrens, Betty Jean ...................... •.......... .......... 146. 3:14 Ahrens. Richard Geor1e . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . , . . • . . . . . . . . . . . . 159. :135 Ainolie. Eilene Eliubeth .. . . . . . . . . . . . . • . . • .•.................. 200. 335 Ainslie, Paulene \ he ... . . . . . . . . . • . . • . . . . • . . • . . . . • . . • . . . 200. 335 Aitken. Allen Elbert . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . • • . . . . • . . . . . . . . . . . . ISO, 335 Aker&, Phyllio i\l ae,... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . •. . . . . . . . .. . . 117, 264 Akers, Richard Joseph.... ................................... 161, 298 Akino, Burton Willard ....... . .......... .................. , . 101. 261 Alban, Mary Ann . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ......... ....... 158. 298 A lbretbsen, Howard .. . . . .. . . . . .. .. . . .. .. . .. • .. . . .. .. .. .. .. . .. I 33, 3 18 Aldecoa, Delt>hinc Juonitu . .... . .•..•...•.....•.....• . .... .. 132, 216, 298 Aldrich, H <trl Prc•l•r Jr . ............................................ I SO Aldrich, Lynn Cooley ..... ...... .... ................... . .. .. ....... :1:15 Alho, AuJJe A m:wdu .... ....• . .•..................•............ 144. 3 18

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:: ·:: ·::: ::::::::::: AlldafTer. Robert Cecil . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .•..•.... ...... 136. 192. 331 Allen, J ohn Robert .................. ..................... 166. 179,331 Aloa,er, Melvin John .... . .. . . . . . . .. .. . . . . . .. . . . . . 19. 261 Alu1er , R ay Charle• ... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 150. 318 Almotutz. Nyal Jock . . .. .. .. . .. .. . .. . .. .. . .. . 168, 334 Anderson, Armour A•el. .................. 23, 32, 108, 134, 177. 262,264 Anderson, Carolyn Gould. .. . . . . . • . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 141. 3 18 Anderson, Chase Jr .. ............ ... ................ 77, 100, 104. 138, 264 Anderson, Oonuld Oer1rnan .............•..... 100, 108, 138, 186. 218. 318 Anderson, D onnu .. , ....... .. ...... . .............. ......... ... . 144. :4:14 Anderson, Du ane Glenn . ....................................... l50. :l LS Anderson, Cruce udine ..... . ............ ...... ........ .. ...... .. . 3 18 Anderson, Guy l{ichurd . . . . . • . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . • . . • . . . . . 1:18. 264 Anderson. J amc• O>rnn ............. ..... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . . .. 331 Anderson, J oyce Helen .. .. . .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 118. 298 ;\nderoon. Juanita )he................ .. • .. . . . .. . . . . .. . 141. 188. 335 Anderson, K enneth J, ...... . 19\ Anderson, Milo Edward . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 73. 156.261 o

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** Anderson. lloloert llaymond.... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ... 156. 264 Anderson. Vir3 inio Winona ..... ...... , ... ...... 120, 130, 132, 177, 206. 264 Andcr&On. Wnrrcn JO&el)h. , ........... , .•.. ,. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1(>8. 334 Andrew, Junio Loi• ... ........... ............ .... .. ......... 132, 190, 296 Andrew. Ken net h Art hur ... ...... • ...... . . .. . . .... ... . ....... . 156. 298 Andrus, .M,argucrite Joyce . .. . .. 148, 335 Appling, Uett> llue . ...... . ....... . ........... . . .. ............. 142. 298 Ard. Henry N~tpoleon ........................ . .. .... 23, 156, 196,204, 264 J-\ r·irna. '"l..otn Shi ~uo . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 204 Arms. Eleonora .. . . .. . .. .. .. . .. .... , .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . . 158. 202. 334 Armuron1. OirL William ............. ,.... .. . .. .. .. .. . . . 150, 265 Armotron~. t: li<nbeth .......................... 121. 146. 186. 251. 255. 26-1 Arneson. L.a~ rtnc-e . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . • . . • . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 298 Arnold. Thoma• \ .................. ... ...................... . . 204 ArTington. ll o~anl Glenn ....... ......... .... .. . .. . ............ 155. 334 Arri••ee. Cloorlotte ......................... .. .................. 132. 334 Aschenbrencr, Anton llichard ........ , .. , .... . ,, .. , ..... . 70, 100, 140, 265 Asb. Kat hleen M11rgMCt ..... .... .... . . .... ................ , 142, 2 17, 298 Auger, Su •uu c l Heunet 1 . ........ . . ...... , ....... • .. •.... .... ......... 98 Austin. W~tltcr Onlc .... . ....•... , ..... , . ...... .. •..•.. , ... 134. 206. 298 Axtell. \Iurie! lleo h ... . . ............. , . . , ...... , ... 147, 202, 319 0

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