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PUBLISHED ANNUALLY BY THE JUNIOR CLASS O F THE

UNIVERSITY OF IDAHO

Volume eighteen

MO S COW, IDA H 0 l 9 2 0 M A Y


.3n enntc.st nppr.e.d ation ltf the benefits urei\Je~ fnlln llne \uln., hns ~~\Jot.e() his life to tb rnnst ttf ebnrnfio1t, \u.e lo\Jilrgl~ bebirnte

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Foreword

REETINGS I The 1921 Gem of the Mountains is before you-

G

And may you recognize in the pages to follow its purposes : - To portray the ideals and standards of the University of Idaho by recalling to the student body the events of the past college year; - To bring before the friends of the University the greatest possible amount of information concerning campus activities ; - To reflect enough of the spirit of Idaho to inspire a deeper and increased loyalty to our Alma Mater. The Staff extends its Greetings I

f.'vrtr


(fje Staff

ALFRED A.

KIN.:\~: Y

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..

Ediror-in-Chief

\VlLLIA:\I \V. SlJTHERL.A~D . Associate Editor \VILLIA:\ 1 H . LA:--.GRO ISE HAR~IO t:. II OS I ER ... ..

Business :U anag<·r . Asst. Business :\ l gr.

A. GA RDE WOOD .. .... ... .. ... Advertising I~D\Vl ~ FORA 1 ........... ..... ·\~st. Advertising RO'J AL V. STARR .. ......... ... . Photographs CARL H. S \\'A:--.STRO~£ ........ Organization,; ABE GOFF . ... .. ......... Athletics ORACE TAGGART ..................... Literary c;LADYS CLARKE ............ ... Art FRED CLINE .. ................... I DA\'I V PROCTOR .............. Snaps

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:\lERCEDES JONES .. .......... ociety l ~I PSO N STALK CR ......_ ......... .. ~ l i,cellanecws ORD C H R, IS;\ IAN

.............. J okes

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路路:Alma mat~r. lamp of 1\nowl~~g~. "'l{垄l~ to ~ag~r outstrdd)~~ ~an~.s. (tbil~r~n

kup

t~is

lamp .so glorious

"Grimm~~ to gui~~ t~~ .s~~king on~.s.

may

w~ stan~ t~ roug~ tim ~

dunal

7irm in our cours~ as t~~ sun."

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ORPEI\f BOOKS . ••• .

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UImnwcerr~iiU:y Miillnli:®rry

A U:Iffillcelcn(C~ Scox~nceli:y

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(ffe University of Idaho As the crown or capstone of the State':: educationnl sr~t(·m stands the U ni,·er-;it~. Even as the law of gravity makes it impossible for n. stream of water to ri~e above it:: source, so thl~ law of mental and splritunl forces mnk,·s it impossible for rhe lc,•c l of intelligence, of knowledge, of culture, nnd of puhlic 'ervice throughout the state w rise higher rhan the level at which these iclcals stnnd in the fountain head of the state's educational order. This mean~ a strong, virile. broad-minded, idcali~tic and yet practical faculty, but far more it means a student body fired with the -.ame ideals, who shall ~o our to ~erve the co:nmonwealth of Idaho in lines as diverse as human activity itself. But tli\'erse as their activities must needs be, the sons '<tnd daughters of "Idaho" must havt' this in com:non that rhcy are motivated neither by rank individualism which tJi,regard ing the rights and claims of others looks upon society and the state ns legitimate prey, nor by the iridescent dream of socialistic communism in wh ich sloth wou ld he rewarded and intelligent initiative and industry rohbrd of it~ legitimate return. The University graduate must go back to his community better equipped in mind and body to meet the demands of the hour, better fitted to discharge the duties of citizenship. of fatherhood and motherhood, and bencr prepared to earn an hon<·sr livelihood, \Yhich i,.. perhaps the first and highest dury which the indi,·idual owes to the scatc. The Uni,·ersity graduate must be neither a reactionary, unable to see defects in the present social order, nor yet a re\·olutionary who ret..rards chaos as the remedy for imperfection. He shou ld be in the third class-a humanitariRn, conccrnerl with people rather than with things, and more desirous of fulfilling his obl igations than of a~sert­ ing his right. "Idaho" is proud of the record her sons have made in the great war, nnd she.' i~ confident that the record of her sons and dauJ.!hter~ in the "great peace" will he ,,·orthy of her soldier dead. \Vith these ideal-; embedded firmly in their minds, the Uni,·ersity student._, a,; they become members of the distingui$hed alumni of their Alma mater-who arc alreadr wielding a powerful influence for good in this young frontier state-will add new lustre to the fame of their Universit) and will rai~c th~ level of manhood and of womanhood in our fai r land, and this will be true irre~pective of w'hether their field for service be found 'mid the forests and mines of the north, or the smi ling plain~ of rhc south, or in the ll10tlntnin fastnesses and deep canyons whic.h Lie bctv>ccn them.

FRANCY A.

THO .HSO~.


Trn


DR. ERNEST H. Prrsidrnt of the

LI~DLEY

Cni~路crsily

fJ/ ldnhfJ.


..

J. G. ELDRIDGE Dt•rm of tlu l 1nit•rrsit.r Fornlty.

0. P. COCKERILL Drn11 of thr Ca/h(r of Lm1.

PfR:'.lE.\L j. FREXCH Dum of II' 0/111'11.

~I.

.1 ('lint[

/)1'011

ft

F.

A~GEL.L

of tlu Co/11'1(1' of Lrt-

rs nnd Sl'it·11rr.

Thirfc't'll


E.]. lDDINGS Drrm of tht• Collt•![r of d f!rimltun·.

F. G. Dt•fln

~\! ILLER

of the Srhool r1[ Forestry.

Dt'f/11

C. N. LITTLE "f Co!lrl[l' of RnKineuinr

F. A. nl'(m

TIIO:\ I SO~

of the School of Jl!ine.r.


Board of Regents J. A. KEEFER,

Prnident, Twin Falls.

RA.\ l SAY .\1. \ VALKER, T' ire Pruidrnt. \Vallacr. LIPPINCOTT. St•crt'fnr.l', Idaho City.

J. A.

:\ fR S. ] . G. H. GRAVKLEY, Boise. J•: VAN EVANS, Grangeville l•:T r I EL E. REDFIELD, S upt. f>u/,/ir fn st• urtion t•x-offiri'l, Tini..,c.

Officers of _jldministration and Instruction (fJe College of Letters and Science PROF ESSORS

Ph. D. (C!ttrk), Prrsithnt of !Ill' Unit•rrsiiJ'·

ERNEST HI RAM LINDLEY,

Ph. D. ( Uui1•rnitr of fFiuonsiu), Profrs.~or of Physics. Actin!{ Onw of thr Col!t•g,. of L. & S.

?. L\RTI N Fu I.LI>R ANCI;LL,

Ph. D. (Uni'l'l!r.•·itr of ChiNI.I(tl), J>roft•.r,,·,Jr

1 1AROW L UCIUS AXTHLI.,

fJf Grt't'k

nurl Latin. f<:RN HST Jov

ll" LI>WI N . 1\ 1". S. ( Uni'lwrsi f,l' of

A'mt.l'lt.•·),

.J...sistnnl

PrnfN.ror 'If

Cht•mistry. l:l)wrN ORI.O B A~r:s, R. A. ( To••·n State Trorhers' Collt•J!c) 1 J>mft·.•·sor \Vll.FREI> Cl i ,\RLhS

of

J>lt,·.~icol

BL F..\ L\1 \STER,

'if

.~ lusir.

B. S., B. P. E. (Gritwt·ll Colll'l[t'), Pro fi'Ssor

Edumtirm.

SQU IR E FRED BROW:'\E,

:\I. A. ( Cnif•trsil.l' of Chiwgo)l .i ssislanl Professr)l 'If

Erflnomirs. BAKER BRO\\ ~EI.L, ~f.

A. ( Harf•ard Uni••trsity)

Cu RT IS \ VoRTII CH E:O:OWITH 1

1

.J.rsisllllll Profrssor of EnKiislt.

:\1. S. (fl nrt•ard Unit•t:rsifJ'), t1 ssistnnl Proftssor of

English. EowARO R ouERT CHRIS~i

\:-.- 1 Colonel U. S. Army, Professor of Jlfilitory Scitnu

and Tactics.

J7i(lt:l'll


flER\1\'\

Hc="R'

Co=--\\ELL.

~1. S. (Unh•l'r.riiJ of Kansas), .Jssorint( Profrssor

Illnthcmntirs nnt! Physics. JoliN

Hous-ro;-..·

CusH\IAN",

~I.

A. {11nnwt! Unh•rrsit)'), .lssistrllll Profnsor of

English.

Jw

GLOVI<R ELDRIDGE, Ph. D. ()'aft: Univ·l'rsil)'), fJroft•ssor of the Gt•rman Language ant! Dnm of thr University Fat'n/IJ'.

r RANK

l\ l ORTOJ\'

r: RICKSON.

~ f. A.,

( Lf ni~ ·l'rSiiJ'

of

G'h irrl/[0),

f>roft'uor

of

Eduwtion. l~O WARil l·:n;RLY, Ftr'>t Lieutenant U. S. A., .luisian/ Professor of 1l f ilitnry d rl nnd Tactics.

•RoNALO

(Graduate of Collct:e of Sotrt DrwU') , Dt·an of Jromen .

PER\IEAL ]ANE FRE="CH

1-'LO\U \VHJT'\L'I GAIL.~[.

A. (L'nii•tr.rity ''f .\ 't•lirnska), . l.<socilltt· Proft•ssor of

Rotan)'.

Ao.\ H EJ\'RtETT.\

HESS.

B. S. (Columbia), .J.rsilttwl Profasor of TI omr Economia.

~U\\t\RU ~~ \SLIJ\' Ht:L:'>IE,A. ~1.

(Comdl), l'rr,fr.uor t•f 1/istory and Dt•mz of lhr Colli gt· of Lrttcrs and Scit•na.

R\LJ>Jl FtELOJ "(; H t:TCHIJ\'SOJ\'. A.

J I \LLt E HYt>F., B. A.

B. ( Prinn ton Cnit•l'nity), .1 thhtic Coarlt.

( Cnh·asity of 11/inois), .! s.wrinlt

Profr~sor of

I-1 nme

• Economics. FRANCIS ]ENKINS,

Bursar nnd St'Crrlary of th r Fawlty.

K •\T IIERtN'E ]t-.NSEN.

l\I. S. ( L'ni'i•t•rsity of 1/linoi.r), Profr.r.,,,,. of lifJmc Economics.

JoliN ANTON KoSTt\t.EK,

Ph. D. ( Uni'i'i'rsify of 1/lin,li.r), f>r,Jfi'SSfJr of Orgnnic

Cltrmistry.

A. .\J. ( Univ't'rsity of lf'ino n.rin ), l'rofl's.nJr of Economirs nnd Political Scit'nce.

HOWt\RI> TIIO:\IPSOX LE\I'TS,

CEORGL ~ f oREY .\I tt.LER.

Ph. D. ( l 'ni'i't'I'Sity of fl cidrlbi'I'J!), Pro/t•nor 'Jf English.

R!Cil.\RU A'ITHO'IY .\IvTTKOWSKI,

Profl's.<flr 11[ ll 0\1 fR Bu·sl.LR

ZooiOflJ'

Ph. D. ( Unir•t•r.,·ity of lf'iuonsin), .t.rsistanl

am/ Entomolou.

RHt>. Ph. 0. (Chiem[''). ,I uistnnt p,.,,ft r.ror of Psycholou and

J>lrilosophJ'.

:\1 \BEL

HoFF'!.· " " ScHELL.

~J.

RIJIIIIIIII't Ltmgungu. •Tran~fcrrcd to

Ogden, 1,; tah. tOn leave of absence.

Sr.rl<'t'/1

A.

( L"ninrsi!J

of .lfichi(an). Proft•ssor

of


R. S. (D.£.) (lames ,lftlliktll U11it•rrsitr), ,/ssi.,·tnnt Pro-

CORA lRii''ll LLIR\,

fa~or R .\LPH

of !I omt· Economic.(.

IT.

S\fiTII,

;\1. A.

(t'nii•crsill' of Ca/ifornin), .lssocinle PrtJft•uor of

Entomo/og·y.

;c11 ES'rER

SNow, Ph. D. ( Unir•t•nity of Triscomin ), Professor of

,1fr~thl'mntirs.

H FiN ORICK Sou LI!N' .H . A. (Hope Collt'!fl')' l'roft•.~.wr of l~rlumlifJII nntl rlcting lfearl of the Drpnrlnmtl of Education.

r Ill 1.11'

J\ l ARY Br;LI.h s\~EE'r,

B. L. s. (r'ni1•t-rsity of Jl/inoi.t), Ubraritlll nnrllus/r/lrlor

in J.ibmry Science.

NoEL.

Ft:>:LEY Tl-10:\IPSOX,

\f. S. ( L'nirasity of trmltinr;lon), .1.(.\i.llant Professor

of Botany.

\Vu.1.1 \\t

]O!.Iil'll

TRt.\lllLE.

Ph. D. ( Cnicwsitr of 1ri.wJ11.1in). Prnfnsor of

rlmuican IlistorJ'.

\To:-. £:'\OF, Ph. D. (l:nit·trsily Qf GQt/tinf(tll). Profnwr r,f Chullistrr and Jlnul Qf Dt}tJrlmtnl of Clttmistrr.

l'\RI, LWPOLO

A \V\TSO,, B.S. (SarJ[tnl School fr,r Phniral F.rlurntirw), .luirlnnt Pmfruor of Pltrsirnl Educntion.

JRI"'=

Eo"

_:ERR\

\RD

\ VoosFo \LEK,

Zoolog)' nnd

Ph. D. ( Cnh•t r.•ity of Jl 'tsrotllill), Profa.wr of

Entomologj'.

JNSTRl CTORS AND ASSISTA 1 TS \ '\Tti.LI \\1

I:"~

T'\STRL.CTTO~

H E;>.IH BRIIlr.t>, B. :\., L. Th. ( l'ninrsil.l' of D111·lwm), 1nslructor

111

Entr/islt . \V ru .T,\:\1 Cn I!> LETT, .JR.. l~h. D. (Stanford Uni~•tnity), 1nslmclor i11 l~uJ:Iislt. (;R.\CE

I·:LI7. \llETH fhr.r., A. B. (Colorado Co!lr,f[t), !IIJfrllclor in Commrrce

Dt/lftrl mwt. T t i.Ll\IAN DA,IhL GhRI.OuGH.

B.S. (Unh·ersity of ldrtltr,), Rtuflrclt .lsiistrtllf m

Chemistry . )lmnt.f'r()'

..:\:.1 y

Ge>'>S, B. S. ( H. E. c.) (J r,zm State Cr,/lu:r).

lu.~lrurtrn

Ill

II ome Economics.

J l: Ll,\

D .\Y I XCERSOLL, :\1. A. { Cnit·crsitr of rri.wuuin)' lmtruclor

Ill

R omancr

Lnngtwgts.

•Resigned February 5, 1920. *Re-.igned :\Iarch, 1920.

Srvclliccll


CHARLOTTrr

Lrw1s, R.

(H. Ec. ) ( l'nit·tr.flf\ of Idaho), ln.rtrnrtor

111

Hom e

Economics. ALICE Ll\'I~CSTON (Guy'.> 11 ospitnl. London), I nstrurtor in II runt• X ursinf{.

.i\l AE

H. A. ( Cn h •rrsity of rrmltinf(trlll), lmtrurtor in R r)/11(/ n(l' Lrm-

l\ 1 ATTJHU,

((11(/!(('S.

THO~II'SON D Ul':"L,\1' l\ l ATTHEWS,

B. S. (E. E.) (Uni1•t•r.fil.l' of It/alto), Trark

Com It mul Business 1H a11(11fer of A tltletics.

l\IEmc1

GINO V J'I/CENT iTI

ROmfll/(f

DE SoLENNI,

:\l. A. (Ohio S ttlt l' Uni?•rr.rity), Inst r u ctor

Lflll ((110![1!$.

EoM U'-'D E. :'llooRE, B. S. (Chern) (ff" oruslt r Polytl•cllllir lnstitntr}, StorrJ.·eeper'.; Assistant. l : uCEI'\ r

N "'CI.:.LE (Infantry U . S .•1.), .1ssistant

111

.11 ilitnry .1rl.

of Army .llnsir School, TrruuiiiJtm. \ ortcay). lnstructrn· of Corntf PlttJinf! anti Ltada of Cadi"/ ,l[ifitnrr Bmu/.

lhR'T t\11 LSl'> (Grtuluatr

GR\Cr

:\ I \RGARF.T

Ph. B. ( ( .nit•rr.<ity ,,f Cluc(lf!O), Ins/rue/or of . l rt.

p,L,IER.

\V EG:'\1 \N (Soloist's Diploma . .Ytu l 11.1trurtor of Jlfu.ric.

H I!LE'Il

TIIO;\t \S

l oA l\Lw

F.

\VI,I.C H

Y t\TES,

:\ IKS. L WJ'I.E

II

(/nfrwtry

En(l(llu/ CrJIIJtrr•ntory of .lf u.<ir ) .

V. S. ,/.) . .l .1si.aant in ,1}i/it(lrj' Art.

B. Ph. (Gimu•l Col!egt•), /n.l tructor in ,1/ntlu•mntics.

\:\IILTON Bu TTI.lRFi l'LU ( A.an.,tt.< Sttttr• .\'orma/l.ilwary Sr lt ofJ/) .. l ui.<-

tnnt l .ihrnrir/11 Cnrtl Cntnlogrr. L O.TS CRISWilLL ( Unif•enifJ'

of Ff7nshin ~tt o n ), Cata/Of!l!1".

CAT IH: RI1\'H ANN"E tRi\~TZ ,

B. A. (Univ•t•f".l'ifl' of Idaho), Lonn Librnrian.

AcN liS PHT I! KSOI'\ ( Uni7•cr.,il'! of Idah o) •. l uistrml Lonn Librarian.

College of L aw PROFJ::SSORS OR\' 1LU

PoRTER

C< CK ERI LL. LL. R. ( 0/ii(J Sta/1 l 'nit•t r.utr). Prflfn<or of L trw

and D rnn of tilt' Colll'(l' of Lm{'. A I.\ I'.:

E. E\' \NS, Ph. D., J. D. ( C nin rxilr of Jl ifhi([nn), Proft s.•rn of Lmt·.

j\\l l'> J o ll'>; GILL. LL.B. ( /\ en/ ColltJ!<' of Lrm. Chiml[o), Profruor of

Eight ern

LmL


College of Engineering PROFESSOR

J.

U u<:o

E. E. ( l 'nirt'rj·ity of

joti~ SOl\,

lf'i.fr"fJ/Isin), fJro/1'·'·sr1r of l~!t•ffriwl Rn}!i-

n eerin,([.

N 1!\\"l'ON LI TT LE, Ph. D. ( Y(l/f! U ni~•ersil)' ), Pmfr.IS'il' r,f Ci1•il l~nJ!iii i'CI'· ing rlllt! Dtwn of the Co!lt•gr. of Engir1111:ring.

C llARt.liS

HoRAC E ] .o\;\1 tiS 1\ l ACINTTRt::,

l\1. iVI. E. (II ttr'iHirt! U nh·crsily), Pmft''".'''"' 'if M t•clllln-

iml l~ngi11 reriltg.

ALnx \NUIHl

RAr Fr~ \VEBB,

, / .~.<istanl

B. S. (C. E.) (, /rm our Tn.llilnlt' r.f 'l't·r!lllolor(l'),

l'rofr.lsor of Ch·il Engineerinr:.

I 1STRL'CTORS A ' D AS lSTANT S IN T~ STR LCTTO:\ \Vli,L.\RI>

II'" RY

Et.t.CR,

R. S. {E. E.) ( (j nhvsiiJ of Ctliifornin), 1n.<lmclot

111

P ltysics. RAY;\1()~ 0

H

(Gt()l'gl rro5!tin~ton Cnii'trsil) ), lmtru rlor in Ci1·il Enti-

\RSC!i

nuring. }i\,IES \ V\LLACF

:\1

\RSII \!. L, ~I.

E. (CiJnnll Cnin·rxitr). lnstrur/rJr in .llrrlltm-

irnl F.nginl'l'ring.

\ VJLLJ \"

r

ART II UR :\ URRAY,

s. (E. E.) ( Unit•l'l'.fily

B.

of ldu!to) I I /1,\'(I'IIC/or

If/

Elrrtrirnl Enginreri11g.

A.

ALDFN :'\I ARSl>llN

(ff'ns!tinf!IOn Stall• Colll/!1!), lnstrn r/rw in Shop Pmrtirr.

College of Mines PROFESSORS DolJ C T..\S Ct.t::Ri\IONT lAVT XGSTON,

R. S. ( :\I. E.)

(1H cG'i// Uni~·t'I'SiiJ•), Profe.uor

of Gt·ology.

A '.'I Rf\\ TIIC\I S<':-., .\L '. ( Co/rmulo Srhool r1{ ,11 inn). Pmfn.wr of llfinin([ mul .l/rtnllurJ!y nnd D am of tltr School of .lfinn.

I"R \I': CIS

1:'\STR UCTORS

A~D ASS ISTA~TS T~

I~ STR

CT[O

\Vr LLl \;\! F,\JIR E~"\\'ALD, E. 11. {:Yen• ,1/txico State Srlwol of .lfinrs), Ins/rue/or iu Jl!rtn/lurgy.

ARTHUR

CARL V!iR STEEC,

S. R. ( Crnlrol

Col/1 !(t'), I nifrurtor in Gt'Q/ou mul

.-1 r.fio~ lont

Geologist.

Ni11 rtcen


S chool of Forestry PROFESSORS C H :\RL£S EDWARD B l.llRE, ~I.

F. (School of l· orotry, }'aft: Unit•rrsity),

,1 ssio~ttllll

Profnsor of Forestry. FRA~C I S GAR1\'ER :\ I II, LER, ~[.

F. ( ) nit• l 'nit•crsity Fore-stry Srho ri/), l'rofc·s.wr 'J/ Forestry t111tl Dmn of the Sr/tf)ol of Fon·.ftl'J'·

IN STR CTORS A. D ASSISTA , TS L llE:s<RY Sc n~IIT/..

lNSTRCCTlON

Ph. D. ( L'nh•ersitr of lra.rhinJ[tr)ll ), ]nJtrurtor in Forntry.

College of Agriculture PROFESSORS R OBERT KLI NE

Ho~~ETT,

:\I. S. (AKr.) ( l 'nit•cnit1• nf {f'i.w)flsin), Proft•ssor of

Far111 Crops. D A\' IS, :\1. S. (Pt'IIIISJ'I7•tlllin Stlllt' Collette). Pro/N~or of n air.r Tlusbmulry tllld f'icr-D irrctor ''f the• . IJ[rirultural Expaimc·nt Stntion.

HERBE RT P ERRY

~hRRI 01' GIB I\S, Ph. D. ( l 'nh•er..-itr 'Jf 1/'iscrmsin), ProfrrrrJI' of B actcriolo![y tuul Baclt riologist I daho Expt rimt·nt Stat ion.

\ Vu.LL\.\1

CuTHBERT \VRI GIIT

HrcK~IAK,

B. S. ( A)!r. ) ( ( 'nit•tnit.r of J1Jimwri), Profrs.for

of Animal 11 usbandry.

H Ll..IH! RT, f essor of Farm Crop ...

HAROLD \VAT!' INS

:\1. S. ( A~r.)

(I rm'fl Statt ColleJ[e), .!ui..-trwt Prfl-

H u 'fGI!RFORD, :\I. S. ( l "nit•t•r,lity of lf'isconsin), Plant Pathologist, Idaho EA·Pt•rimrnl Stntion.

C HARLES \VIl. Ll \:\1

H u !liTER, ~I. S. (Agr.) (Jf"aJhinJ[ton State Collegt" ). ~ puiali~t in Farm ilftl flllf!t'IIUIII in Co(Jpaation with Of/iff' of Fnrm Jl!afltl![l'llll'nt, n eparlllll'lll of d griculturr.

BYROX

z·. :.

R. S. ( Colorrulo .J.f!riwltural CrJI!t-ge), D c•tw of ,/ Jtricu/ lure and Director of Idah o Exprrimf'nt Station.

EDWARD }C)JII'\' li>I>I XCS,

D. V. i\I. (C,I!t•![t' of I l'll'rintlrJ' M n/icinc), ( Ohio Stall' Uuiv.·t-rsill'), , / ssistant Prfl[t.·~· 'JI tJf f't' ft'rinary ru•nn•.

Wn. TWR R ClSS K'ID\\'1' 1.1 .

L EW IS EL\\ .\RD Lo NC:LEY, ~1.

S. ( A~r.) (I rmhinglon Stair College). ,1~ .wdalt• Profeuor of ll ortiwlture a11d ,-Jssista11t 1/ortiwlturist.


0.

H. S. (Agr.) ( Uni1•ersil)' of J1!is..-ouri) , dssistt/111 PnJfl'uor of A nimrtl 1 lusbamlrJ•.

ELBERT McCoNN !H.!• •

RAY

E. ~EIDIC, H. S. (Gorni'LL), Profe,l',l'or of .f![rirultural Chemislry, run/ Clwnist . Idaho Experiment Station. :\I. S. (A~ r.) (Uni7Jt'rsitJ• of Illin ois). d.~sncir1tr Animnl H usbamlmnn, 1tlalto Exprrimt•nt Stcttiou.

JuLIUS EDWARD NoRJ)IW,

Ph. D.

PETER POWELL PETERSON,

Sw"' EY

PARK Si\IYTH,

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B. S. ( Coe Gol!t•J(t' ), .-l .uislnnl Chemist,

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STEWARD,

C. E. (Columbian University), Associate Professor of

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l\I. S. (Agr.) (Cornell University), Profe.I'.Wr of 11 orticulturl', nnd 11 orticulturist, l'rln!to F..xprrimt•nt Station.

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l\l. A. (Obl'rlin Colll'gt·), P1·incipnl of PracticaL Agricultun•, and l'rofe.~.wr of A.rtricultural Education.

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C. WooLEY, B. S. (A. £.) (iowa Stale ,1gricu!tuml College). Profrssor /1 griwliural Engint'ering and Irrigation.

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H AMLf:\1 \VERJC\IAX,

ExpuimPnf Station.

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J OTINSON

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banrlry. R ,\LPl-1

J EWTON' L ARGENT (

Uni'l•asit.r fJf 1 dttho), lmtruclor in Dairy Husbandry.

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Husbandry.

LuLlJ E~nLY VANCI!, B. S. (Uni~>l'rsity of California), tlssistrmt in Agricultural Chemistry, Itfaho Experiment Station.

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110\\ \IW \\' ST\PLrS, Jl. S (Fnn•st ry ) "Tuf{y" :\fo,cm\ H S. 'd ~1111113 1'1 : J'r..,.. l{ lfl~ Cluh I II; Tr~a-. l n·,huun (1a ..';: Pre' ''"lC Fuu.·,ter ... (I): ' \1 t '. ,\ , !".ahin~t (11: \ (> \ S I' I (~1: lat•t. l'a·l~t On (41 (J). \lpha Kat•J• J:o:,, ... ,lun. ll't/1 f'uiil' f/:CI Go~y uor''

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F.)

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Junior Class Officers Fint St 11/l'.fft•r Rt·uht·n .fohn"on ..... . .I u~tin Gowen ........... Lar \ \•rn Borell ... .. Frrd Cline

1/urf.\'·Si.t·

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\\'TT.LT \~T W. SUTII FRI~ \:\I> I B. S. Pn<\J eel.) "lJi/1" Coeur d'.\lcm· II. S.

"\" TTunnr'; Aswc. Ed. G<·m nf the ).lountain, 1911; (.;Icc Club (1) (2) ( 3) ; \ rl{nnaul Sta f£: Chairman Frosh-Snpho mor<· Scrap Comm. ; En~. Club; ~I usic Clul.!: Pn :\fedic Club; Sec. Tn·ao;. (2) 13); Llass Stunt; (I) (.2) !3); .\lpha Kap pa Ep,iJnu "!'II,· tfliuki11!1 rart of 81/1 ftrl'dttmilllrt,-.~ fit,• f'ltysirol ..

LILLl.\X \YHITE (B. ,\.) ''Lillv" ~~ oscow ·rr. s

11 \lDIOX

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IIOS IER

··ffarmollv"

Thomas

".\"Honors (I) (2): •\rgonaut Staff (1) ( 3) ; English Club (1) (3); f.Cxt'c. floard \\'oman·-. L<·aguc { 2) ; Pres. \\'oman·, L<·ague (3); K;~ppa . \lp1w Thftil. Ira."

E.

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II

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. \ "t. Bmm<''" ~!gr. Cern of the ~lountains '11 ; lknch & Bar A~suc:i­ ; lit~n; \~,,ciall'd narhs; Chair. Stmknt--' Book Stnrc Cnrnm ; Phi Alpha I kit a: The Elwctas.

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C.\RL lllLL LL. B. "Si'' C.unbri•lgc II. S. Hulme Stunt (1) (2):

S\\

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"Ch:o" in Soph. Clas• Saml; Argonaut Staff 1 I) (2) (3); Organization Ed. Gem of the ~lounwin-.: Ch. Junior l'ro>m ; Patron" Commit· tcc, \"icc-Pre:-. ]w1ior Clas'; !1cnch and Dar .h-.nc.; Elwdas; As~oci · atcd llarbs. "I I 'hut a f>roplzcc.v that 111111/t'. 1/il/"

·; h irt y-cigllt

L.\RYERX IXEi' BORELL. n. \.

l> \\'11> TllORXTO:\ PROCTOR Cll. S PH·-~fcd.)

(Political Economy) ·~T~'rru'J

Xorth Central H. S., Spokane, \\'a,;h. h\'' Honors (l) (2) <3): ~Icmbcr of Women',_ Exec. Board '16; Sec Junior Class '19: Y. \\. C. A.; Trca". oi Op.·n Ft•nun (3): \\'omen', Governing Council ( 3) : Econ. Club: Eng. Cluh: Kappa Kappa G:mnna. "\'till •mtas r1111 tf,·,·p."

a Doc'~

Collcg•· of

idaho

Prep.

1 rcas. Sop h. Clas<;; '\n:1p Sh11t F.ditor .\nnual; Kappa Si~ma.

it

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\\'arclncr Kellogg

II

S

Ba,klothall (I) (2); track (1) (2) ; Dase hall Cl); GJ.:e Cluh (3): \thlctic Hoard (.2) <3): Orchc,tra ( 2) ( 3) ; Pres. Juninr Clns' '.20; Econ. Clnh; :\£ usu.- Cluh; Beta Theta Pi. "./111/ 1111<•' lit' plcry$ ut

EDITH L>l ::\GLE. II .\. "lJin!J'' Coeur d'.\lcne H. S En~. Club; Ec. Clnh: Cast. "Four Flushers'': Delta Gamma. ' ".l good politifi<m."

IH.L'HE:\ FRI·.J>f.:THC" )011:\SO::\, ItS. (.\gr.l "RIIbt:'' Idaho Falls fl. S.

\'. M. C. ,\. Cabinet Vice Pres.•\g. Club (.'l); Pn">. Junior Class ( 3) ; Stum Fest (2). (.1);

"II tn.<'

Ill till\'

mor,·.

R,·u/1,•11, fro<•' uwiry mor,·r"

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JOHX FRJ"DRlCK CU'\ £, B. S. ( \gr.)

ll.

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Springdah:. Loon Lake, Colvill~. l.cwi-.. & Clark Jligh

Schools

Tr;tck Squall (.2) (3):

:\g. Club (2) (3) ; Trc<~>. .\ g. Clu h (3); T rcas. Junior Class '.20; Junior Prflm. Conuu. "20; 1st Lieut. Battalinn of Cadcb ( 3) : Studcut llook Stf>re Committe~ t 3) : Sigm:t Alpha Epsilon. ''fi't• d011'f kiiOW II t/tiiiiJ

about him."

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·

JOXES. \. ( l·.m:li'h I ''Cidt"···

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nt

nn·~on .

".\'' Jl nnor' (2) 13 J ; Eng. Club c2l (3J; Ch. Program Cntnm. En!{. Club (3): .\rgotHl\11 t.2) ( 3) ; Assnc. l~d. \ rgo n:1 ul (3): Thl• llig Four (3): Society Etl '2 1 (;<'Ill of the .\lount;tita-.. ( 3! : ] uni~>r Prom Cnmm. ( 3) ; Gamma Phi tkta.

"Do,·s

llltlll lllt'UII

/r,· uud sh,· ~ ..

ho• nr

JOH'\ Gl PSOX ST.\LK.EH. ll \ ( Engli-..h)

"Gil" Lc,dston

Sduu>l.

High

~I c::\Iinnv1llc

Col kg:<·

Soph. Stunt (2) ; So t>h S tun t Cnmm. (3); !'ina-

fun: Cast (3):

\ ~~nc.

Ed. Cadet Hand (3): Glt'l' Club (2) ( .3): r.em oF \lt>nntain. (3); :\lu-..ic Clnh cJ>; Sil{ma :\'u. '·fft· Sti\'S /r ....f {11r 1'//1 (flu· {tlruin) ." \rgonaut

(3):

0


WILLI.UJ II I. \>J(~LWISE.

LL. n

"Bill" Emmett ll. S. "B''Ilouor-. (2): Pn.· .... Soph. Cla~s; Clerk ami . \""'"'· )lhtice Hench and Bar I 2 J ( .} ) ; \<h-. :\ff.\'r. Go:m nf the ;\fountain, (2); Y \1. C.• \. CahinN (3); Editor Univcr .. it\· \rgonaut (3); nu ... int's', \!gr. 1921 (iem of th~ \fuuntaius; f'lu .\lplw lll·ha; Kappa Sigma.

.\LFRFI> \l>OLP!JCS KH\:-.:I::Y, B..\.

LLELE'\ Frt-\ '\TZ. H. \. ( Romance· L;m~na~c' l "H,·!Iic" ::\foscow II. S.

( EconumicsJ ".I I" 'J'am)l:t II. S.

Sccrclal'\' of Frcshman Cia~-.: Ga'inma Phi Rda. ''Should Card,• Wood

Editor 1921 G•·m ol the ::\lount:du-; Phi Dcha Theta. ··r~·, . .-,,·, say it about 1/,,. l?.tl."

ha;•r u s,•n•irr strips for Fnwt:;...

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Forly-o11r


I f. \R(JI.D OLI \ ER DECKER. ll. \ ( T~unomics)

··Hod"' :\1 oscow H. S.

Phi Delta Theta. '"Schiller says, 'ol/wr !'itit·.<, other 1UM11l'll"

JE.\'\ 1:\GEJ.O\\' KEXO.\LL. B. .\ . I I !i''"IJ. and Fconomic, \ Economic, Cluh: :\I U>lc Cluh; St·c. Pan-llcllcnic; Delta Gamma. '"ff'fll' go Ia J,•a'llt''-

lJal~clcy,

G.-UU>E \\ OOD, 1:. \. (Economics)

"ll.ood''' Payette II. S. Prdlcd. Chth (1) (2); Eng. Club (2) ( 3) ; Class Pres. (2); Yell Leader (2) (3J; 1st Sgt. R. 0. T. C. (2) ; Pre~. Ec. Club ( 3); Y. l\T. C. A. Cahinl'l I 3) : .-\dv. Mgr. Gem oi the :Mountains (.1) ; Si~-:ma ~u.

··She <..•vu/Ju"t /'l'r{vrm 1it,.r a four riug drcus but <"vd,· lf'ond."

Forty-two


Jl'SI 1'\ 11\"Kn'\ CO\\ 1·.'\ JR .. II S. (.\lining) "Dutld\·" Caldwell ·H. S !~out hall Suh. (I) ; Y.tr sity (2) (3) : V Pr6. Cia" (2) (3); V. Pre~ '"''"'· ~I incr!> ( 3) ; "II" llonnr-. (.1); ~erg. R 0. L C. (1}; \\·c~t Point Cadet '11-t, '19; ~lu5ic Club; "I" Club; ncta Thrta Pi. "Which sitft• art yart !Ill · ill!f II!, Ill~·,·; 1'/1 t.rk.• f/z ,•

LFL.\ :\L\E P.\TCIT, .B. A. (English) "Pate/res'' lloise High School: .\lhi0n State Xurmal Eng. Club; 1. \\' C . \ . ; Kart>a \lpha Theta. "L,·/11 IIIli\' Put.-lr n·Jrouf"

·

l ~ I<El>

1·.. (;[{\F. LL. II.

"Fred" Cm·ur lL\Icne ll. S. l·outhall (1) (3); 1rack ( 1); \'. l'n·~. Cla<:s (I); Pres. t2) (3); Cadet lst

Lieut.; .\. S. U. 1. Trcas.; ticut. iSth

t:. S. Inr ; "I"

Cluh; , \ss't Bus. lllgr. Ccm of the ~lountain ... ; Coeur d'Alene Club, Phi \lpha lklta; Sigma Nu. ".I sk 1111 :,•/r)• tlr~ /\uf'/'11 /i,,. i.s ai<•'•IW /ms\• al-'"''111 time.''· -

oilrl'l".

Forty-thrt·,·


L\\YRE::\CL r:. IIL:FF. LL.B. ''llu[f"" Cottonwood I J S.

Debate (2) (3); I~n~. Club 12) (3): D~bat~ Clui. (2\; Dt·nch ancl B;11· \ssnc. (3).

"a.. <'i111 tulle witt•/" rr h,. says HII.Vfiliii!J Ol' uof."

..

Ftw/_\•-four

.\L\RG.\Rl.f II. F \X'\TXG. H. \, ( Cununerce)

.. \I Ill'!/< .. :ll~tdl'l High Sehoul, Grand Fork,, ::\ urth I );tk.

"T'm marrircl

11Mv."

J.\.\IES II L'> R\ FELTO:\. LL. B. "Ho11k" ~fnscow

"D" TTonor!; lJonor~

H. S. (I); "\"

(2): Phi \lplm Ddta; Elwet;,s. "n·o111lcr ,:f he'll N•t"r /ool.· o-.·o· the btrr.. ,


J())J~

.

P \L'L F\ \\S. II. S.

C \gncuhnr,• l "CIIi.-1/'

. \rm·rit:.m Falls and .\Jo,,·ow lligh Schnnb na,eh:tll (I): Ha~k~th;tll !21 ( J). \thlt•til- Broartl d 1: "I" Unh. Sigma :\u. ".lm•ri,·,,l I ,rf/s i.{ ''"' 11 dam-site.·

[>,'.</ '"'''" 1•,\

.:\1 \KY LELL.\ CL.\RK. U..-\. (Histor) 1

".llan· Arm" :\Jo,cow 1-l. S. Ec. Club:

Eng.

Cluh; Tn:hle Cl«.>f Cluh: Y. \\.C..\ . "Jfcrv/>,• sf:,· I111S So>lll<~lu<-ic Club:

llli11y io smil~e tlbcml ."

IWSSFL TRl.'E B. s

~cern.

(Pn: \kclic) ''Doc'' Rupert II S.

<ace Cluh C1 ) c l) 1.l l : 12) I 31 : Pre· ~led . Cluh: Cast. "Pma fore"; Pn:.- .\lusic Clnh (.~); ;\l~r. Gin Clul• 1.~1: 11.-w Theta Pt.

(jnartCL

".\'<'Till />nlllltf 11/tli/.~ Clrt'

so o'(•,·r,·raLl'tlt·d .JO

Forty-fivt·


.\LFREI> :\ I ~LSC1 '\. 11. S. CPhysics) "Vt'ls'.. Kendrick II. S.

LET.\

C S :'\:I\ y ; . \ ~sociatcll B:u·hs: rhc Elwetas.

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si-

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ll S.

l ~conmni c~ l

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Omicron.

"Ctlll .<!It• ,,,,/,: IIIIU Sfl•'

wf ,-;.·,·rylh irty .""

Fvrty-si:~

. \ . ] . PRI EST, LL. ll. "A.!." Boise l r. S

··.-\·' IJonor:-t (2)

C~):

\'ar.-it) Ot.'batc (l) (2) ( 5); Sporting Editor .\ r ~onaut ( I ) ( 2) ; E<liLOr·in C hief (3); Cadet 2nrl Lieut. : CJa~, Pn.·~. ( 4) ; Fd Uni\'!:r-it\ Pre's Sen 1cc · 15) : Sh~atht•d Ham mer Cluh. lkt a Theta Pi. ''hmior ( la.u 1<'ar lwll\'. O ur ll<fnplcd l>oy." ·


JIO\"DF \\'. Ct1£C\ELISO:\. B \ l Econumic~)

FEROL RICII \RIJSO'\. ll. \

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i I. S.

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of ut'limt.''

1!0\\'\JW

s.

( Pre- \I cdi<:) "Sds''

s.

Pocatello I I. S.

I rn~h

Tral·k (I) (2); Fn~ Club (I) : Prl' :\lccl. Cluh;

Gkc Comm · ~Pph. [· rolic Comm.; S•·c Fe Clnh; Gamma !'hi

"I" Club;

Life :\femlwr

lk•ta.

ui

Cht' lll.

"Tru/11 is !l,•ctttly, lllolll

J

R.

( Ec<lllhlliJC')

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.\lan;~ger of .\thktil'' 'JR '19: Gh~l' Cluh '17-'1~: \thlct i ~· \dvi>o<>rv llu:tnl 111 tlw Prl•,idl·nt: Sig,m.t

'\FLSD:\

Nl'clll/,1'

Tmtll.''

tlllti

Snt>h.

Cl:ts': Clement-. Prl'''ing Clnh: Founder ,.f 1hc Rl.'\ in!l Mo\·l.'ment in 1h1: lll.'ad Lan~o:uage CJas,. l'~ : l'hi Delta Thct<t. "ll'!cn1 it Oil/It'S to ,,,,. or.< fi r Stl\'.< th.·r,•'s //()lit' :O.h·mhcr \'. R.

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Forty-scvm


KE~ \ l:'rJ I \1 HL"XTEI<. II S . (~ I ining Fn!-:inn r J "Cu,• llclll' Coeur 11'.\lcnc II S.

Ba,<·hall tl) (!), \tit ktic Hoard; "]" Clul•: Co n f ~·rene~! T\:nni' c 1 l : Sigma i'\u. "If rain 1/tal:a lh cT.<

it

Por/y-dylrt

bctwli/ul

rc1i11 1111 lilt'."

flo;,•

1•'"\' d(lc'.l'll 'l •

FR \~CEs I·\'\ '\S

\\'JLr:\ ll S. ( I !nml' Economlt> ) "Frn11"

\\ .ttcn·ilk I I. S., Wa-h. flclnl('

Ec Ll11h: Ddta

\,;unma.

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r 1'111/.r .r•llcllllh Th,· f'ttlh /,,.,,,.,.,., !'hi fldls ollll I). c7. is / u/1 c•/

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flvulclas ..,

HERBERT IfF\ R'l EHERLE. II S. ! \gricuhun I

"lie/'"

Boi-.c II. S. . \f!. Club: l •.n~.:Ji,h Cluh Heta ., heta Pi.

". /uo//1,.,. Sill I\• / ro m s·,.u/1/,·.'' ·

sail111


RORFRT P.. J<>li \:\:--rESE:\. II <.;, (Pre-\lt'tlic)

"Eas"

FLEET.\ TIRE"X \::'\, B..\. ( Econnmic,)

]. CL \RKE Rl'SH. n S

''Pattie''

Grangeville II. S

Rupert II. S.

Oakland H. S., Cal.

'' \" Honors (I) (2) (3); S1·c Pre 'fcdic Cluh ( 1) ; V. Pres. Prc-,lctlil· Club (3); Orchestra (I) (2) (3); Decorations Cmmn. Junior Prnm.; Hct.l Theta Pi.

Ecollomics Cluh; Kappa KaJipa Gamma. '\'/11• fikt'S ',·m 11//"

"'/ hn• Ga111111(i

Stl\'

( ) l cchanical EnJl.) ''Jo::::''

\arsity Band ( I ) (2); \ssoc. Engineer,;; Si~a \lpha Epsilon.

.. F! "''' rau

''"II·ti//117•'•'" cr,, k.

,,•/tc'11 T•'c' tiYt' nul\• 111 111111'•' ortr f,•,·t:"

h,··s tl••tl!fr"cl

Phi."

Forty-11 i11a


C.

EUI ER

!Hl II ERT~.

n. s.

( .\nimal llu,bancln ) '')'hurty''

Roisc ll S. Eng. Cluh; ,\!(. Club : "\'' H onur~ (I) (J), l ow

. \ltJha; Phi Della Thllit ; ·· ft tukt·s Short\• /11 /cllllc'

tfl,· ~'·iltl 11 an·."

:.

FRED\

~I \1{11~

SOL'LE:\. ll. \. (Engli'h) "Poodil'" Holland II. S .. :\Jich Orchestra; I rca~. So1>h Class ; Ec. Clu h ; Ll. of I. SLring Trio; illu~ic Club . Eng. Cluh; l'xn· l!oanl \\'oman's Lc.lf.!llc; (J;unma Phi Bct:t "~h.· lt~k<J n ,.,,, ,,.,,,., /r, lltcli'c~s ·•

<iRO\'EI{ l

I\ \

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B. S

{. \gricultu r~;) "Duke•'' . \mcrican Falls ll. S. Football (2) (3); Base·

ball (2) (3); P res. "I" Club; Sigma Nu. .. rf' L /rOf>t' (or IIIUTt' /ih• ynu. Gro-;·,-, a{t1•r you·, ... t/(lllt ..


FLO\ f) \1

COSSI IT,

13. S.

)E.\XXETTE DE.\R.\10:-\D CL:\RK,

(Forestry) Council II. S.

"Ieo•~"

Gen. Comm. "Timber Rcast lloc Down" (2) : Program Comm. SOJ>h. Frolic; Sec-T rca~. \~~Ol' Fon:,lers (I) ; V - f>r<''· \'MlC. Forester-. (2) ; As ~ociated Rnrh~; Ell\ etas; '\i Sigma Pi.

13. .\. ~~ critlian

High School ; College of Idaho.

"Quiet U/ld IIIIOSSUII!iii.Q, .~hi' .Qt>t'S

ltrr way."

Ll'\l. S \\'\L'IER S \'\BERG, ll. S. ( ,\griculturc) "Smulv'' Caldwell "I-I. S. .\~ Cluh; Sergeant Ca•ld !lat. (2) ; Fn·~hman (;lc~ Committee; lkta Thct., Pi. ")'t>ll ~'llt'7.'- 1/ <•~IS !JOill!/ It> [>,•

.!fry, Sandy, l•ul

110/

dusty.

".JIW<I)'S t'11j1 1)'S II !}i!}!}fo·. "

Fi{t)1·0111.'


I. \RL E. liUXT, LL U. ··r;,,. £uri" St. l\larit:s II. S.

I 't Lieut. C:tdet Bat.; \. E. r. Club; I "l Lieut. \ F I· two year": Sigma

Xu.

"II 'l~ctt'.~ it s.-llinq ''' ;, /J, C., /i.<lrf.Y"

}• i/1)'·/ti'O

!JERXICE CORXELISO:'\. ll. S (Zoology) )[o-.cow

H. S.

B.

s.

( .\~o.rriculturc ) "Pt~ldri'

"B'' Honor"; Y. W. C.

\. Cabinet. "A sllldt'ul. /o s.ry /,·asl.''

C \RL I.EOX P \TCfT,

Boi-.c H. S. "B" I lonors (3); Dairy

/lr,·

Prc~clucts

Judging Team: l'<u:ific International LinStock Show, Portland. On·~.:on; Scc.-Treas. of .\g Cluh '17-'18; Sigma .\Jpha Fp,ilnn "lf'/r,tt's mr ynur 111i11d, l'oldr!"'


E:\!ERY T. K:\UDSO~. LL. IJ. ''Knutc" Coeur d'Alene 11. S. Tlencb and Bar ; Phi Al · pha Delta; Chairman Vig. Comrn.; K:tppa Sigma. "Stud_,•iug this ~···nr, l::.111en•? No! Nor fussill!!-" •

.\LI CE

BESSEl~, < 1\1 usic)

"fl,•s,{'

H. •\..

s.

1\1 tlSC()W IL "A" Hfmors (1) {2); Snng-f(·~t Comm. (2); \\'oman's League Exec. IJoard (3); ~ l usic Club: Kappa .\lphn Thrtn.

"1 Jc's ouly a brollu•t' to Ill('. ''

R \LPH R

'nroxn

TIRESllEARS. LL. II. "llrm t'' Caldwell II. S. Foothnll ( l) (2) ; Captain (3) ; lhseball (l) ; Dt?hali! (I) (~); Duj;incss :\!gr. Argonaut (2); Ex. Hoard ('2); Ensign U. S. ~. R. F. '18; Pili Delt:t Theta. ".1ft!f'Y is 11 _qrn11d old 1111 /Ill'


LEO

I:L'I.~c..IIER.

IT.

B.

\.

K

~1.\LICE.

B..\

(Commerce)

•· Gr~r,-.m''

''Srnw!t<''

L:q'l" a i II. S.

Orofin•' H. S. Pres. Fe. Clnh; l'-.lppa Sigma.

"Bui'Sdt ,.,. bcc11 luiJisc

f·i{/_1'-{IJII/

~1.\RCET.

lllltst

ltu1'<'

111111/()q,·l . "

··.\" Honor.. (I) (J 1: ''B" Honors (2); ArtrCInaut (I) (2) ; Band. Or c h e~tra (l): Ec. Cluh . De Smet Clu h; En~. Cluh ( 1) ; Sif.(ma •\lpha Epsilon. ··o,,h • /_,' La • l.up;,•,,y, '·Nc~lt• Rolt•"

\\'.\UER S. S\IITII. B.S. ( \gTiculturc) '·Smilfv"

T\\ in Falls I ii~h Sdmnl

anti Borrlcntmvn :\fit. lnst .. Xcw Jcrs<•y. Phi Deltn Thctn.

".·Jsk Smith• 1dtir!l is tit,· best rlzair iit /Jtr Kana 11 nus•. ltr nu•!ltl /tJ kum.c·.··


R.\LPH R. ROWELL, B.S. l ,\gricullure) URO'ttl'

Lewiston IT. S. "\" lTonors (l) (2); Second Prb:c Hort. Contest '19: Second Prize Dairy Contest '20.: Trcas. :\g. Ouh (2) : Eng. Clu b; Alpha K;~ppa Epsilon. ..So lang ht yot•s lo brd in sa/ions."

K.\ J H FRIXE JUXGE.

ll

s

(!lome Ec.) "Katie" i\loscow 11. S

".\" I Jonors. ··Jrlt_v so serious, 1\"atu·. Pit ·wit)' so serious ["'

CL.\R Et\CE ROHERT II TBB.\RD, LL. II. ·'Bob" Wa llace H. S. Clerk of Hench anti Bar (,1): Ach. ~£gr. Gem of the 1\·founlai ns 1920; Junior Prom. Cornm.; Kappa Sigma. "I I'll /Jc n briyltt 1vorid sallt<' day, lwl it's all •••ro11g tt i)W ...

F i(l y- fi'Z!C


rtORTO:-\ ~IcC.. \LLI E.

n. s.

Plmm~ ".lft~c''

Kamiah II. S. Track tl) (2); Capt. ( 3) ; Pre~. A~suciaterl Miner:. (2) ; Scc.-1 rcas. "1" CluiJ; \thl el ic llon!'ll. ''Jor/..·son )IIndo~,., !!."

:\L-\RI F I Ll/ \llETII .\XI> I·:J{SO~.

H. \.

Oiuo;ic) ".-lud,;" :\lt>SCOW

H. 5

·· \" Honors ( I ) (2) ( 3); En~lish C lu h; I ~Xl'C. iloard \\'mm·n\ Ll'aFluC; Uusic Clu iJ; Y W C. \ .; Economics Club: ;\lcmhcr· 'hip CommiLlcl' Fnt.!h sh l'lub. "I del f'roi•'.f.l to be· 110 /,ss tl1<111 ~.·ltnt I .fc,·m."

\Y. C. Bl'TLEI{, J: S

IC. E.)

'' Tf'ciiii/'IIS"

Boise 11. S. "B" ITonor' Ill ( 2) ; Sngm:t Alt)ha Ep~i lon. "TVcl!llftll.f

tllr 1/'im;/,•r!"


C.\RL A. BURKE, LL. ·· 8/iutl>" Star ll S.

n.

. \rgonaut Staff (1): "B" Honor~ (I) (2): Hench and Bar: Engli~h Club: Dcb;1te Whitman ll), w. s. c. (3); lst Lieut. Bat. Cadets; Track

GL \1>\ S

~kR

\E, IJ.•\.

"G/,rd" Kamiah II. S.

Economics Clt1h; Kappa Kappa Gamma. .. 'ifll''.f s/roug fur IJ'. S. C."

PIIILLif' S.\~Drs. 1! s (C. E.) "Phil" T'oc:llcllo I I. S. 1-..:IJlpa Sigma. "II ou/d be a better sludmt rf lie didu'l lim•e so IIICIIIJ'

rlalrs."

Squatl; Phi \lpha Delta: . \ lpha Kap[>a Epsilon.

",1tr. /!-;·mr.>. I nm't s.·,· Ilwl."

Fifty-St"':JI'II


I•R.\\ I, J IlL \CKI:\CER. n. S. ( Chem. E. l

"Tut•sdcl\•· Hoi~e S.

H:

Kappa Sigma.

"Thtu it's olwaw Tu,·s-

do)' at thr Kaf>/'~1 Sig11r.1 fTfiJISr."

\D.\ S. J'C)\-E\. n. (Home El·.) ... I d.-" II;~iky II. S.

\

\'. \\'. C. .\.; Ec•>nomil'' Cluh: \Vomcn·.. Lc:Jf<ll<'; KallP<t :\ lpha Thl·ta. ''Dt'tlll

flollcf

111<111 "

Fr,·llrfl's

ri!1hl

ll(l\"1> 1.. llRH;IJ

\~1.

B.S . ( , \griculturl' l "Briy'' ~~~~~cow TT. S.

Football 'I~: Basketball Squad '18. '19, '20; Phi Tklta Thet:t. "l'rnspati?.'<' m,•,a of,,

Cc~dillar 1111d Pi!lt'OII form. '

Fi/1.1' ,·ight


\\,\I. E. l'l·.L'll \ '\ EC.

H. S. ( ,\~riculture)

"Bill" :-l:unpa fl. S. Stnck J tulf:(in~t 1 cam ( 3 l : \I{. Cluh; Elweta~. "Do \'till Sllt't'!:c it or qlll'ff/,·

ii .•·•

OLT\'E \IUHlFL ~I F.R.RlTT. II S (lfome Ec.) "J/ err/' Sandpoint- H. S. "H" Honors: Ilollll' Eo:. Club: Y. \\'. C. .-\. Dclc~:ue to Seabeck: Y. W. C. \. Sec.; Cast of "Paola an<l France<ca": Phi l'p :-ilou Omicron; Kappa .\1 pha Theta. "She .llarills llllll'h"

I

1~1 Ul IHC IlL\\ EY STE\\ \WI. H. S. ( \~ricultur.·) ,...) 1\1OSC<l\\ IT. s.

,,.,",.

Frush Fmnb;tll ( 1) : Dairy Cup. -\g. Day (3) ; Third Prize Grain Judg in!{ (.n; SiR:ma \lpha Ep,,lnn.

")",,,,. "''"'···.< lllfllillsl

~it..:...'."

it.

Fi{ly·lt in,•


TITUS G. LECL.\IR, llS.

CL.\1>\ S LOl"lSE CL.\RKI:, II. S.

(E. E.)

"Tite''

(Home Ec.:.) "Glad" Xurtll Cl•ntral I r S.

Lewiston II. S.

"\" Honors (1); Clcc Club (I) (2) (3) ; Quar lt'ltc (2) (3); V.-Pn•,, \~,oc. En¢ncers (31; Pinafore Cast (3); :Mu~ic Cluh; Sigma Xu.

"Gets n h•llt!r C<'<'r'' du\' (ro111 J.,.7,•isl£111-hll~,, 'alllllil it. ()lit•,...

~·re~hman C:ll'•·· Sopb. l'"rollc. Junior f'rum. <'ommitteN<; En~Jish t:lull; Trea~. 13); ~l'C. (3); Sec. "'oman'~< Lt•l\ll'u•• t:ll; Sec. Home Be C'l uh t :\). Pl'OJl, ;lUstres!'< 111111 ~ct·nfc l>lr!'etor F:nj;. r•Juh Pln.ys: Art !~d. Cl'm nr lhe MoHntains (2J (I I; Snc. J•:tl••\l'll'Onaut;

Hx. Don•·.t

\\'omnn'~<

Loo-

1-{ue; G!lmnm l'hl Jlcta.

"J tl llc'

Si.rt\'

f>c/0111/ /0

dub.''

/111 "/"

!/<II

ROIIEIH :\ElL lR\ 1'\(,, B. s. (,\gric.:ulturc)

"G11s" Rupert H. S. "Jj'' Ilonors; l·oothall (I) (2) (3); Track (I) ( 2) I.~) ; lnc.li\·idual Point Winner ~- \V. Con. )ln·t 1919: \g. Club: "T" Cluh, \thlctic.: noard (2) (,,); Tn:as. (3); Junior Prom. Comm.; 8cta Theta l 'i. "! !1<1•'•' Iter that.''


I:H '\ ES I II )LBER 1', II S. ( \l{ricnlture) "/Jul<lv'' Tluhl li. S. Engli-.h Club; "/)nu'l lr\' J,.,.J.· 111 mr.''.

.\~.

Cluh.

11.-rfti.-ilf,·.

.\LICE EDGECmi iiE. B. A. ( Homancc L:mgu:tge~ l ".-llicc E.'' ).Io~cow H. S. '·B" Honors (I), (2). Economic Club: Co eel Cummittce: Kappa \lpha Theta. "Jlud.mtc Bulla{ly p,·r·""' i(i,·d.''

TIIL'RLY:'\ SIIRO:'\TZ. It \ (Economic") ''Sitrirtl~''

Longmont TT S.• Colo. Economic-; Cluh: 1st Lieut. C:uld Hattalion; \ttcml,·ll .\nnual Firemen's Ball: S~::rn:d on a Couple nf Usclc"s Com mitll'e': Pre,tnt at . \II \. S U T. ami Cl:t•"' ~fcctinl-(5;

Beta Theta Pi.

"ll'hrrt• clo you gt•f il. Shrinl·.•"

Si.rly-ottC


j.\:'I!ES 11. FO'\:. It S ( \griculturc ) '') illl" 1'\t-z Perce TT. S \':Lrsit \' Ba5cball (l) I ,11; X:itional .\nnv 'lR '19: \thletic Bo:mi; ''('' t'lull: Uc Smct Cluh: \lpha Kar,,a F.psilnn "~/'•

.Iiiii."

11/.•

,ft>r

.\'<111/St'i(,

.\1 Y RTI.Jo 1.< ll< R \I:-\ I'

G \NU. II \.

EI>\\'1\ \'.FOR.\:-.;, H. S. ( 1\lining)

( En~-tl ish)

''Goo fey"

11

.. C0\' :\lOSl'OW. II.

1· rank lin H igh School,

s.

Seatlle, Wash.

Student A ~~istant Geol"1!'' ( 3): Pr,·s. l'an-IIelknic 131 : l"n~otlish Clnh 1.!)

{;\1

\

\\'.

c \:

K:tppa 1'-oti'Pa C.11nma.

"7 ll{(i,·'.s 11 llyrl/ 1•,"

~·taf'l,·

i<•itll

t:

'16: Bulle of 1\fine~ '17: Twc) Y •·a ,., nf Scn·in·: Schoc ol nf :\lin,·-... Paris: I.Jt-,. of \\'.

~chuol

lluh: :'II uckcr' s Cluh: Cast T'in:1 fore; Si!{ma \ u.

"/:/ !lim Quoi."


LYLE COL IWI{:\. I.L. 11. "Suorc'' Stcrlin~ J I. S. her', 1.:1\\ Cluh: l'hi . \lplia Delta; SrJ.,'lll<l \lpha Ep,ilon. "fl'/r1• ~<'cl.lfc• ill!l ;,.,;,.,

lillie'

.</IIJ\•-

.1'"" '''" s/,·,·r ·...

lWITII \'lOLA S'L\RH,

n.

A.

·· ::,tm·n·"

P.\l'l. I I. l;f·'RR.\RD, 11. s. (Forc~try)

~Jerulii111 ., J. $.

".\'obod,•',t hitclrcd hi.>

~l'df/OIJ

/0 .. IIIC )'Cf.'u

''J,•n·}"' \ iiiiC:OliYCr

IJ.

$., \Vash .

'\ allonal Army; Xi Sigma Pi; Beta Theta Pi. '//'s

II

biy COII/IIr\'

ill

bol/r tlir.·.-lions, J ary!"

Sixty-tit rn·


ED\\'1:-\ D. PErr.RSOX,

ElL'\ESTIXE

n. \.

U.S. { En~incl·ring-) •• [>,•(t"

Wardner KdiOAK IT. S.

Glee Club (I) (2); Hand (1) (2) ; Cadet Cat>!.: Balla lion \djut:tnt : V.-Pn:s. Assoc. En!{inc<>rs; Sigma \lpha Epsilon. "Onr af tltos,· loll d11rl.·, hrllltl,wm,· )'t>llfh.{:

Sixty-fotlr

IHW\\ '\,

( Rl)lll:tllCC L:tllj.."\I:IJtC')

uRro-:c,,;t•" :.\foscow II. S.

"/\." Honors (I) (2); Y. W. C. \.; 1-(appa ,'\ 1pha Theta.

''ff'llv

is

slit•

Frcuch.! .Jsk Ed."

to/tilly

IT.\RRY

\~ll '\l>SE'\, B.•\. (Co nunc rCl') ''Dutch" rocalcllo JT. s.

Tdaho Technical Tnstitute '19; Econornir r luh : ~igma . \lph a r~p~ill)ll. "Tilt•

qrolt't'.\'111"11

drcm·y place."

1.1·

u


K \\

~10\

l> Sl' \ '\C,J.U!

B.S.

(

\J;~ricultur~)

''Spo11y''

Lungmont ll. S .. Colo. Colnratln

Cnll~~c:

( 2) : K:uha, Cnlll·~~ I .1) :

State

( I) \gr.

llcta Thda

Pi.

Pf'_\RL S:\l. DER l I \DLEY. ll S. ( 1 {om~: r-.cnnumic") "P,·,rrh·" Orofino H. S.

] . I' IIlLI [' DR ISSE:\. B.S. ( Fnrc~tr~) "Phil" Ilarri,on I I S.

Hc\mc Economics Club: Ed-Ed. Comm.; Kapp.t \ lpha Theta. · ')/r,·'s murri.-d, too.''

Licut R 0. T C (2) (3); Xi ~t~:ma Pi. "1 /r,· ;,•or.<l /rt.~.f<'l' irr col/,·!1<' .' ''

"l.o~w"'s

fik,· 'll"odsn' {111/itll/ ;{,..,., th,· .lei. build-

irry slcts."

Sixty-fiw


l<>'~\

Spnkanl'. \\'a,h

Sl.\' '·\ 1 .1E: . 1: s 1 II.,,,,. I .:• 11 •it-s 1 "Corrie· ~,.,, .. Ll'\\ j, an•! Clark II S. Spnk:ull'. \\'a-h.

\ ""'- l•.uf.!mn·r-: K.tp pa Sunna.

Hnm<· F- Chrh Cll 1.?1 131: \ -Prl'- Fr,·,lJmau

• n'!.\1.1'11 ...,

I

1 \lfl'l:-'1>\.

J: .. ,_

I~ I "l<~l•r"

I(.

\nnh C•·mral II

'/·t.r-<11111 '·'

lllr

It obi•,\'"

:, ..

his f'•ll·ticu-

Cia-~; ~. fl 11.

I· rnli · Co 11.:

s.,.,. s. •p;l. Ch-.:

ic

Club

1\.:tp!l;l

1I l

K;tp

):1

J7~···nom

12 l

I ;'IIlii":&

"/(1,·/.-'J •n· b,·tte•r,"

Si.rty-si.r

d ':

LL\REXll I, liE~{. II S. I F liCllll'<· rm~ I "S,·,·~·""

..

l'ri•·,t l{i,l'r tt.

.. _,.. C.lt:

Si~nra

s.

!loner' (It 121 \"oc. Eng-im:er-: \I ph a E1"1lnn.

") ' "'''"''" ,,,. · fri,, .<t>lt/' " " "

f".··" ,..

iu


IW\ \1. \

t>:t

F~

I

SI\RR

"1 :,•inJ.ol,•" l\1 in l~au, I I S "I I" llonur': l,~m ui thl \lountaiJh Staff '.?1: bt l.~t·ut In r \ I~ F.: !'-n \~:r. Cluh: lot a .\I ph .. I hl FhH·t:l,, "II.,.,. you goirry lo ~·•'<'/' ldm do:, 11 011 th,• f,rrm !"

~I \ RG.\RETI E FU IRE:\CE 1\ \L1 EI<.

I \\11 S II

1 Ro •mancc Lan!tll:tge')

\\'1::\JJ,\IW\EH, n S. ll'h\'.,iC' J "Jim" l'niwr'i"· .. r lllaho Prep: l>cpt.

.. \.. Honor, ( I I <2 I : Clet> Club tl) (2): Y. \\". C \. Cabinet ( 11 ; Pan !Idknic Cnuucil (J 1 :

" \" llunnr' ( 3). "1/,·'~ iu 11 doi.H /•1· himst'l(," .

.t \. ..Jl <'!,.. (Ioise II S.

K:tpp:• \lpha Till ta. ",\/{or·,·

1110/lo')',

mur,·

(1111. '

Si.rly-sc~·cu


Fl~

Ell PE.\RSO'\, ll .\. ( Emdi,h) '' /•red" ~-~0-C0\1' II

s

".\" llonnr, (I) <.?) C J) : En~! ish Cluh. ", JJmir,·d by 111/ lti~ ;,·/J~~;,•m,·u . "

\'JRt,J~l:\

DEI-DIOT'I.

r. s.

1 llnmt' LcnllllliiiC' l

"Ci11y.-r" 11

:-. ro-.co\1

s

Trea~. Junior CJa,,: b:nnomic Cluh ( 3l : l>l· Sml"t Cluh: Junior T'r• om. Cummittcc: Carnma Pin ll.·aa.

··To tltt>.>•' ;,•/ro do uot !~ltn:-.' ll.·r •~·,· -;,·oulti s.t.\'. · \'rmrs ;,,· tit,· !l~"•'•tl< r

n·.d/,, lriSS"

Si.rty-cighl

I~LSSF l

D. 110\\ ERS. H. S. (:\lining) "(,'o/dit'" J..l'llngJ~: H S.

l'rl''·

:\Iucker,'

\c;..,oc

c1 I . K;lflJJa Sigma

"Old mcm niyuily"


LORE:\\\ KITCH. n S. ( \gru:ulturc) ".')kooldr" ~~j~,oula II S.. ~I ontana. " \" llunllrs ( I) ( 2) : Lil·ut Cadet n:,uation (J). \"ctcran·, \'ocadonal Cluh 1.1 l : Third in C:rain Jnd~tlllj.\. Si!{ma :\u .. /J ,,

I''

,,,,.,..J ...

.\:\TOJ~ETTE

Cit \RLI·.S C llVR(ilLER. fl S. (l\f E.) "Cliff" Hnpl·rt II. S.

SCHOTT KITCH, B. A. "Yt'llit•"

Cultl63C 1L S. "\"Honor~

(!)

(2):

l>c Smet Cluh: T rehlc Clef Club: Frt·shman Glee Cumrn.; Sororin· Panllellcnic: Kappa •\lpha Theta. ·· l"c·s. /r,· i.f !"

l'n·•i<l~:nt \lucher', ,,_ '"ciation (3); Scc.-Trca,, I I 1 : Engli·h Club (.2). "/ cun't ft/<1.\' Jtaol. b1cl I'd sur,· /ik,· 111 "

' Si.,·ty-u;,,.


LUCIE I>\\ IS, fl. \.

''l.uci,· flc/,·u" !Ioise II. S

Sec. Trc;a-urcr

lllSml'l

Cluh; .\I u-ic Cluh; Panllcllcnic: Conun. \\'oman',..

Lt'al{uc. "\h,· lil.:cs 1111fs-but lht• .<Iii\' kr11d."

...

FR.\:\ J.,. "I. LRICI"!'-11'\,

1.: \ I II R \":'\ ST \ '\ FOT< [)

JR .. Jl. S.

1\. \

"Eri(' ~~~•-c1•w

'/\illc·ll"

H. S.

"A'' l{(lnor';

\,,i,t:uu

in Phr~ic~. ".1 lrfl.,f.-\• -.·vir,· is II<Jrd to iind: II~· sr,•m.r to hor:·c

th,· otlra kiud."

\ •mpa II. S.

Fn!-:Ja,h Cinh, Gamma Phi lkta. "/.a /l,·/1,• Oollllt' S!W.<

1/,•rri ..


I I \RKY II II \ R'l \\' F!.L. ll \ .. LL It ··Old //urn• lluhl II

S

"II" llnnnr,., lknl'l1 & Bar · "'I" Cluh: .\llll<·lit· Boarcl: Fno1hall 191i: Ct>ml11 on S11uknt !look SIOrt•: Trad• Sl(uacl 1'))9: Cmnm \thl<ti.: llnarcl: \lpha "ap11a E1"ilt>n.

"//,·;,•alb ,.,,,s;,•il/r;,·itllth•· ofh.-r." {11111 rill<'

111111

FR \\lIS O< .!>E\ \Ol"'\C ,S, II. S r \1-(rtl'Uitur<)

c;R \CE T \c;c \I{ 1'.

n \.

"l'iut · (o.li;" II

C::.

l~n!11i-.h

1\, in

.. 111'1</ , F:tll~

II

S

Clnh: S<·~:n·tan· Economic:-. Cluh: Pa;t lldl,·ni.: ' 19. 111. Lit l'T:Jr\' Ed. Ct.:m nf th•· .\iol;nt:~in-. ( .n: Drama1i.: Cluh: 11dta c;;umna

"\" llntwr-. (I l 111 : ·1 "l:lllY '''"'" \lnmh-. in <.;' r ' i ,. t.:: l'llln·n \lnnth' in .\ I· I : Phi lldta Th•·1:1

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I' \l'L lii~CITLIFF,

n. s.

"llinkir'' \ C\\ PI) lltlllll h I r. s. Jow:t Statt• ,\~ricultural Cnllcgc,

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Our University at War A University nr war is scrmir1~l) a contrndicrion, but like nHill)' contraries the Univer.;il) of ldaho lx:came a.., effC\:tive nnd cffi ~: ient in its ne~ative as in its positi\"1· form. \ Vhen our country cast her lot with the Allies in the sprinK of 1917 our C ni\'t·rsit) did not turn militant o,·er niKht, in fact. ~he did nu starrlin~.: or unusual thing. The change was )!radual. Pnhaps th1· transition \\'as more npparcnt when viewed in derail than in the per~pectin·. Our total enrollment at that time wa.; 676. -+25 of whom were nw:1. Gradual!) the men began to disappear from our Campus until when school doscd in June we rest•mblcd a )Ollll)! ladie,' ~elect ~eminnr) rather than the coeducational institution of this commonwealth. t\ possible e\'planatinn of our gradual transition may lie in the fal't that rhe l ni,·er,it) oi Idaho i:- a land )!rant college. which means that mi litary drill i:- n·quired of all umkr classnwn. Thi:; drill is compu lsor) with all men in their first t\\O year;. of college lite and optional \\ ith upp<·r class:nen. Con equenrl~, we were somewhat accu.;romed to the outward m:~nifestations of the militar) drill, etc., so that the intensi Iication c1 f such did not shock us in to the realization of war as the uddcn appearam·c of ~uch would h:~\·e done. \Ve were, in a mea~ure. prepared. Perhaps the first breath of \Yar came "ith the order tor tht· mobilization of the old ~atioual Guard in Boise. about April 25th, a fe" week~ after the decl;~ration of \\ar. The idaho National Guard, which had ju~t returned from ~ix monrh..,' sen·ice on the :\ l e\.ican border, wa.;, composed for the mo~t part of young men, man) of \Yhom were attendin); the lJn i vcr~ity at the time the call for mobilization wns is~ued. Tht· Universit) student.; who were mcmht·r,- of the j!unrd Ide 'chool at once and wcre as~emhled at the c;tpital of the ~tate, at old Fort Boi.;c. The Guard remained there for n few wreb until the l. \\T. \\'. men:we to the farm crops in the nurthern parr of the State became ~o ~rio us that the N a tiona] Guard was detailed to do Kuard duty in the t•orth. f n the latr summer rhe;,.e nwn were aJ!ain reas....emhled in Boise, and on Septrmber lOth the :-\:ttional Gu:nd. with iN quota of L ni,cr-;ity students, left Boise cn route for Cm1p Green, Charlotte, N. C.. wht•re it wn:; divided into Artillrry and Engin<·c·ring: Corr,;. becoming I.J.6th Field Artillery and !16th Engineers in the .J. I ~t Division. Later rhe>oe men were sent to Camp :\Tills. ~cw York, their point of~... barkation, and about Thank,;gi,•ing: time of 1917 the Idaho hoys, in the Rainbo\\- LJJvs~ion, set :-;ail for Franl'c. Tht'se were the first Idaho men to reach the front. nnd they wen• at Ch:~ttl'au Thierey, Sr. :\lihicl, and in tlw .\leusc and Argonne. The ~econd :nilitan· order that had much effect on the UniversitY was the Issuance of tlw iirst rail for- the Officers' Training Corps ro be held at th~ Presidio. All men with t\\ oM mon· years of military training under thr provisions of the lisn d Jn:ant colleges were digible. On :\ f ar 1st, 1917, fift) Universit) of Idaho men left i\ lo.;cow for rhe Prt>siclio, "here after .;ome three month" of inteno;i\'e araining they were ~i,·en provi:.ional commi.;~ion:;, '' hich gradu;m•d nfter manr tr:msfcrs into commissions in till· ~ ational A rmr.

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The University closed June 5th and did not reopen agaLn until October I, 1917. The late opening was due to the facr th:tr Idaho is essentially :m agricultural state, and the young men were needed on the farm" to to harvest the crops that were to aid in feeding our AJlies. It was not until school had actually opened that we saw the change. There were no upper cla:'men, and a University without upper classmen is usuall~ re)!arded ;L~ a ship without a rudder. The older Uni,•ersit~ men wt·r~ gone. a~ were the ~ounj!er facult~. lt was up to the new generation to take hold in the e:nergenc~ and do their best in managing student affairs. The effect of the war was being iclt i:1 many directions. We began to notice the diffaencc in all our activities, arhletics for or~L't' \\"ere almost forsaken. social functions were simple and inexpensive nncl thrift .;tamps were taking the place of chewing gum. There wcre n<l longer any clas~e, in H ygiene; there were da.,,e:. in Firlit Aid and Home :\ ursing. This wa, ty-pical of the change that luul come over our University. \Ve wnc a quieter. a more earne~t and serious group. a much oldt'r group than w<· had been three months h:>forr. In December of this ) car m enty-fivc men left the Uni,·ersin for the Officer,;' Training Corps nt Fort Riley, Kan~~:.. :\ l an) of rhest• men later. transferred to the Aviation Corps. A month later, in janua11 of JQJ8, fift) :nen were drafted from our college and left immediatelr for Camp Lewies. After rhis the enrollment remained fairly stead~ until the dose of college in June. Again school did not reopen until October due to the crop situation. but in the meantime the registration of all men between eighteen a•1d fort) -fi,·e had taken place. and the formation of the S. A. T. C. was under w:w. \\'hen we returned in the fall of '18 there existd on the I daho C:tmpus n ronditic; n that had not existed in the pre,·ious year and a half-onre more there were more men at old Idaho than girl,_, for the S. A. T. C. numhered O\t'r six hundred men. Section A. the collegiate section, \\'a·• quartered on du: campus, and for its t'<>nvenience all fraternity houses and even the gymn;1siu m were rcquisiriunrd and rem,porarily turned inro barracks. Section A began its rather difficult career, that of comhining military life with a college education. To us on the side lines, it seemed a hopeless msl for \\e hacl found it difficult to ab~rb collc~c \\·ork minus all other distractio ns. Section B. the Voca,tional Section, waR quarrePed in town. Bu t school hacl sc:ucrly gotten under wa~. and :-ufficient langua~ teachers to in~truct the future fire-eater-; in rudimcntar~· French had scarcely been secured ''hen tht· influenza made its first appearance among us. R ealizing the seriouRncss of the s ituation, every effort 1\';L" made to check the scourge from the time of its first ap1~eara ncc on our campus. The U niversity proper \\':IS closed for six \\'eeks, though. in reality, thi~ did not affect the S. A. T. C .. as th<lt organization drillccl and attended cla•"es. Howe\er, a \'er~ severe and effective quarantine was placed on the whole campus. No one wa::. permitted to enter o r leave the c;1::npus. "Fraternizing'' between the men and women students wa:; forbiddt·n. Due ro the efficienr and bu:.inc s like handlinJ! of the flu situation at the Uni,·ersity by the l\ I edical Corps and :\liss Permcal F rench. Dean of \Vomcn, the plague was prevented from taking the awful toll of l ife that other institutions suffered. Emergency hospitals were immediatcl.l opened, and thanks to the vigi lant man ner in 1vhich the ,;iruat=on \\'a~ handled but ten deaths resulted. :'\e\\'~ of the Armstice on Novrmher II th sounded the death knell of the· S.

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C. throughout the country before it 'had actually had a fair trial. W hether or not it was ranked as a success in other institutions, the S. A. T. C. at the Universi~ of Idaho was ranked as first in the Nonhwest Di\ ision and as far ahove the average in its mi1it:Lry, medical and academic department. The men were demobilized before Christmas vacation and so ended thl short lived S. A. T. C. o much for the University during the actual period of the war. Thi~ $Cattered and rather barren perspectus covers a multitude of heroic action and sacri fice, but th<.' actual statistics probably tell a far clearer story and give a more accurate e~timate of the University's real contribution to the war. A fairly accurate computation ph1c~ the number of lJ niversiry Alwuni who saw ~rvice, in one capacity or another, during the period of the war, nt 1500 men. Of thi.; number it is estimated that about fortr were killed in action or died of disea~e while in training. Of the officers, which included one colonel, three lieutenant colonels and six majors. Among the officered men from this institution the best known is Colonel A. J. MacNab, recognized world authority on the usc of small arms. who was a student at the University in 1898. at which time he enlisted in the Spanish-American war. H is record during this war was such that he was transferred to the Graduate Infantry and Cavalry School, from which he graduated in 1904-. His military recorcl has been long and brilliant. Among those whose exceptional services ~ained recognition and who \1 ere decorated for their services were: Lirutc.nant R . E. Everly, D. S. C.; H omer Y oung,;. D. S. C.; ~lajor Loran L. Browne, C roix de Guerre, D. S. C.; :VIajor " Dutch" D own in~. Croix de Guerre: Lieutenant H arr~ ~rae Dougal, Croix de Guerre, D. S. C. But the Universi~ nwn in blue must not be excluded or o1路ershadowed b1 the men in khaki. Although the} were few in number. their service was no less v~lient and valuable. The men from our Un iversitr who enlisted i.n the Navv were in va. rious deparcmcnts. Ensign Ralph B reshears <~nd Jess \Vade were in N. 路o. T . service at Norfolk, Va.; Bryan Bedwell was stationed on Submarine F 3: Rex Kimmell \\'a ; in tran~port service, Ensign Carl Carlson pay cnrps in ll. S. N., 39 Broadway. Ne\\ York City, and several others were st:Ltioned along the coast on guard duty. The women of the Uni\路ersiq rendered sen icc to their countrr in a manner no: less lt<lllam than the men, :~!though thrir service" were m:~inlr in their own communities. Wnr found them trained for emcrgencirs that soon indicated them to he leaders. ' T he) undertook to accomplish every necessary and essential phase of war acti1 it} thar was within their scope, whether it was Red Cros.~ work. conservation or war ~ardeoin;!;. :\Iiss H elen Denecke had ch:~rge of the H ostess H ouse in France. :\Ii;;s Fleeca Brennan worked for two years in canteen ser\'ice in San Fr:~ n cisco. Among other women of this Universit) whose services were conspicuous are: Lar Verne Borelle, Rird \Vall. Florence Stephenson and Katherine Pitcarian. Th i~ brief story i$ hut a synopsis of the contribution of ou r Universily to her country in time of 'var. :\l en and women who designate Idaho as their Alma l\Iatcr. alike, were eager to serve in whatever capacit) they seemed best fitted. And a:- can be said of them so can it be said of the l ' ni,路er,iry, "She served wherever sen ice \\a' most needed.'' f. E. CAr..-LAWAY.

O uc ll11ndrcd Eight


ATHLETICS Our Htmdrr:d Ni11t>


Wearers of the Varsity " ! " Football, 1919 Captain Brashears Plastino

Gcrlough Thompson

Perrino 'Whitcomb

Irving G. Evans

F. Brown

Rnrber Gowen

Glinderman ragel

B as ketball, 1920 Captain Lindley Ca rder Perrine Fox

Campbell H unter Cozier P. Evans

Track, 1919 Captain Richmond ~l cCallie

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T,路"

Irving

Howard

Perrine

Campbell

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011r Tlffltdrrd Thirteen


(ffe 1919 Football Season \Vith the: ,;chcdulc rurned wrong wa) to, and the hiJ,! game,., all at the bcginnin~: of the ~cn..,on, I daho had onl) a partiall) ~uccr~,ful fnothall sc:tsun. Defeated in the fir,.,t thn·c game,.,, the ream came hark stronJ.! anJ won the two n·maining conrc;;rs with cumparatiH• t:L~e. Unfortunate!) for l daho'~ pro~p<•ct,.,, :n an early season scrimmage several first string men sustained lasting i njurie~ that ~luwccl down t he team from the sm rt. Outweighed :~ l mo,;r l 'i pounds to the man. and with a cri ppled lineup, rhe team \\'l' IH down w <lcfcat 27 to 6 at the hands of rht' l niversity of Oregon in the initial gam<· of the sea•;on. In the first ri).{ht mimm~ of pla1 '"f u1 k" Ucrluugh went over fu r I dalw\ touchdown and the fans had rml) l'isi()ns of rhe tndinl! of rhe fata l Oregon "jin\.' ' \ Vithin three minnte~, ho,n·,·er, Orc~o'1 lwd C\l'llcd rtw Sl'Ore. \ Vith the rount b ro 6 at the end of the fir't half '' l'il!ht hc~an to tell, and in the third quarter two more Oregon touchdowns were 'hm l'd :tcro,s. In the tourrh quarter. following a s;:rie~ of end nm,; that put the bll within ... rrikinl! distance, rh(· \ Vcbfooter' tore dnouf.!h iur .;rill another. hrin~ing tht· ,;core to 27 tn h. The ne\t week the ream went to Salt Lake Cit~, where thl'\ met the l" niversit\· of · rah clen:n and were defeated. 20 to 0. A drinlinf.! rain m;llle the soft grn~s field C\ en -.lower and there ''ere iew spectacular pia)'· The team "ecmed to ger off on the wrong foot, and had thcr di,-playccl later sc01son form shouhl ha,·e \\'On the contest ra-.ilr. L tah ,rored in the first quarter on a fumhh· h) rd:~ho. but were held until rhe la:oot pt·riod, \\hen the\ :_!Ot awa\· with two more toudulown:-.. The folio\\ ing 11eek t.··:une. the annual clash with our time-honored rival. \Va.;hington Sratc. The Cougar team, fresh from ,·ictorie,., O\Cr C:~liiornia l . and :\lultnomah A. C., proved mu much for the l rbhu elc1·en. anJ rhc game wa-. Jo,r h~ the largest ...core of the ~ca....on, 37 to 0. T he j!ame was playccl in the rain, in a sea of mud, the :-.lippery hall causing frequent and costl) fun •b]e;. Idaho pla)cd pr:ll'tical l) rlw whok rontc,;t on the defensive, hut made lnr~l' gain<> at times when ~he did tnke thr offenc;iv('. 'l'hl' first qu<trtcr was scoreless, :111d it \\ a" not until m·:1r the end of the second that the first ct~unt \\ as made hy W . S. C. Three time:. they carr·it·cl the ball to the rd aho five-ya rd line, t>ut coul d not put it over. At till' fou rth t ri:t l the} ~hovc d thn>ul?,'h fd aho's fighting linesmen ancl manRgt>d to uoss the goal. The third quarter was the most disastrou-. for Tdaho, hut :ts the game wnrc: on rhe I daho dcfen;:;e :;tiffencd and during the last quar ter \ V. S. C. \\·as held -;corele~.o;. I daho easily sma~lwd their war through rhc l\ lont:tna eleven for the first win of tlw ;,c:L<;on, nut\ anlaging and nutpla) ing the dsitof', 11 ith a 7 to 0 score as a mea~er ind ication of the relative football abilitie-. of the teams. Tdaho "·as e:L.o;ily o:;uperior, and two more touchdowns were lost on technicnlities. D oped ro lcl'r. Tdaho. h,· better football tacti~ :tnd ph) sica I prowe:;s, walloped Gon?aga in tlw final g;1me of the se:L'Cln, lJ to 7. At onl) two periods of the ~rune did the Gonzaga team sho11 pep enouJ!:h to chl'ck the con--istent Idaho ad,·ances, at the lwginning of the ...econd half and throul!hout the la-.r quarter. when thcr fought desperatcl) to e1en the score. At none of rhest· time._, hcl\l't'ler. wa' the Idaho goal n·ally endangered, nor was it necessar~ at :my time for a substitution to hl' madl' :tj.!ain... t the ~rappy Gonzaga team. Thi:oo .;ho" ~ beyond doubt that the good (onditinn of the l claho men, after their fir<;t injurie-. had pas:.ed, could be relied upon, had their lx·st ~r:.mrs co'lle :.t the la'>t.

011r Hrmdl·t•d Fo11rtrcn


011c fl'u lldrcd Fi{ltum


"J:l':'\T" BR.\SIIE.\RS Captain and Quarterback ''Bunt" can pa,, a footh:tll mt')re :rc.:uratcly than mo't people, c:tn ,IJn<ot and \\hat's more he i~ a capabk h•adcr \\ hn 1wn·r loses hio;; hc:trl.

"l'L.\S'l \" PL \STl;-..0 C,·nt,-r anrl Captain-elect "l'la,ty" <pend' hb .. umnwr" playfull) juJ,!~Iin~e railroad til·-. so a gent!~ Ramc likl' follthall nl'\'Cr pha.c~ him. Ht: i' a -un· paswr and a lt,·;rr "" <kf~:n-••

"Tl'RK" GERL0l1GJI Fullback "Turk" know:. more football thau any man on the squad ami he play' just like his name. We'll miss hun next year.


").\ZZ" ll \RDER

Guard 路路jan" i-. alway!> on the job. He ne1路er says much hut when he due' 1hing-. thl') "re done.

路Tmi:IIY" TIIO:\IPSOX llalfback Injuries hampered "Tommy"' thi:, 'l'a,nn !Jut he tore things up just the ,amc. JJ,. hils the line hard.

"l;IWYE' E\ .\XS End "Grove" combines weight with plenty of speed and, on top of this he's a fighter. Tie~ alw~ys ~lo~1 n fa,t on punts and deltghts Ill 'PIIltn~ interferences.


"BUTCH'' X,\GLE Guard "Hutch" macle good on the S .•\.. T. C. team la~t year and went u~ one hctter this sea~on. He's heavy nntl husky and fights every minute.

JOE \\'Ill ICO~IB flalfback Joe jumi)\:d mto fame when he got into the \\. S. C. fracas and delivered the goods. Tle ha~ a qukk eye for picking hol~·s.

'·GUS" IRYI'\G Hal £back . "Gus" is hoth hea\·y and fast and lme plunges are his specialtr. Jh• sc?red the majority of Idaho'~ poinb th1s season

Out• H111rdrrrl Eighlt!t'!l


"P.\'1..' I'ERlU'\E

"TlUI >I>Y" C.O\V 1·.'\

Tackle They never make anything on ''Pal!. .. idl• of the line hl.'cau~e he alII ay-; "lop' tlwm hc.>forc tlwy gd to it. On llllllt" he make' a,. many tackl<',; a' the cn<ls.

"Dud<ty·· i,. a ~hining cxamph: of he old ...-.ying that ,jzl' i,n't everything in iuothall. \\'hen he lacklco; he l(d" th~:m lnw cnou!.dll to <.lop the

FR \11. I-,. BRO\\

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Tackle Frank hrnkc into the g;une this rear and made 'em all sit up ami take notice. Great thiugs arc exp~:ctccl from him in the next two years.

End

ltii{QCSt.

"IIEI'\Z''

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Tackle \nuth~:r nCI\ cotm·r in th<' collegiate ~amc hut in it all the time. rris ,.iz<' makes him c'pccially fitted £or hi.., juh in the line.

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C'.\I•'r.\1:-: LL'fOLWl'

On.· lltmdrL"tl Twrn(\'


7!fe Basketball Season The U nivrrsit) of Idaho basketball ream plap·d cil,!htecn ~nnw.; in rlw 1920 season and won elcv(•n, fini~hing fourth in the l orrhwest Conference. Tht• Vandals scored +76 aJ!:ainsr -1-12 for all oppo1wnts. Hunter was hi~!;h point man oi the season, scoring 98 points on field goals, and throwing 82 out of 133 fouls. Perrine comes St'Cond with 86 on field baskets nnd four on fouls. Three men, Cozier, Fox nnd Perrine, made thci r varsity letters in basketball for thc first time. A srrong team is as."ured for next year, with every man returning except Captain "Pre"" Lindley, who will he 1oM by gr:~duation. Y!oe, all-Northwest forward, kept out for the scason by injuries, will hc back.

l daho opened rhe season by winning two games from the Potlatch Athletic Club in the Potlatch gymnasium. The team then met \Vashington State, \Villamette and ~Iontana at ~[o-.cow, losing only to \Vashington Sratc. The next week the Vanci<lls turned the table;; and deci~in~l~ defeated the same team on its home floor. \ Vith high hope:- after walking over the Cougars, the team set out on the Coast trip. The) met the Uni,·ersitr of \Vashington, :\I ultnomah Aethletic club, Oregon Agricultural College, \Villamctte and \Vhitman on their home floors, winning fout out of the seven games. Following the Coast trip, the Idaho squad set om for :\lontana, where the~ played the Universit) of Montana and the :\lantana S.:hool of :\ [ines. \Vith ~Iontana rhe) broke C\'t'n, ''inning one and lo~ing one, hut were defeated h} the School o£ :\1 int·~· This di~a<;trous trip cost Tdaho the Conference championship. Hncl the team sho\nl up its best ngainst Hontana it "ould still have had a fighting chance ror first honors. The record nf gmues is as follows: CONFERENCE GAMES

Ldaho

............ ··············· 17

Id aho

28

Idaho

Idaho

·············· 13 -1-2

Idaho Idaho

31

Idaho Idaho I daho Idaho

30 50 12 17

Idaho

26

Idaho

23

Tntak Idaho

29

. _318

w. s. c.

.................... 32

:\lantana :\lc)ntana \ Villamrw· W. S.C. \Villamette 0. A. c. "Tillamettc \Vhitman \Vhirman :\Iontana :\Iontana Toml. Opponents

16

LO 21 2-J.

29 21 "/

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28 28 28 20 ..280


No:-<-CoNnRENCE G.,,rr;s

Idaho .................................. idaho ........................................ Idaho .................................... Idaho ........... ............. ... ................ Idaho ........................... ·······-···· Idaho . ... ............ ...... . Totals, Idaho ......

3R 30 18 18 29

25

........ ····-··· 476

Potlatch A. C. ........... ··············-···· . Potlatch A. C.. ............................... \Vashin~-,>ton ............ \Vashington ····- .... . .. .......... . ~I ultnomah A. C. . .. .............. .\fontana S. of :\1. ...... ···-········ .

20

19 II

23 30 29

412

Total$, Opponents

T he Con fcrence Championship ''as 11 on by thr fa.;;t \Vhirman College team, 11'hich anne, eel nine· out nf dr1 en conference g:ame.~. \ Virhout qut.~tion eveq team in the Northwc"t was stronger rhis year than usual and ever) game wa:; hard-fought throughout. Idaho, two years conference champion, missl·tl rhird plncc hr one point. 1o RTliWEST

CnNnREXCE ST \'\mN'CS

\Von \Vhitman ............. ......... ......... .......... 9 Oregon ·-··· ... .... ·--······---···· ......... ......... 5

Lost 2

w. s. c................................................

6

2 3

I daho .................. ...................................

8

-t

0. A. C. . ..................................... ·-······· -t

8

:\1 on tan a . .... ... \Villamette

. . ............. ... .... . .......... 1 .... ............ ... ·----··-·-···· I

5 10

P.C. .818 .71-t

.667 .666 .333 .166 .091

l'TI F: TEAl\ [ Erne~t

I ,ind Ic) ( Cnptnin) ..................................................... Guard Elra Hunter (Captain-elect) .. .... ... .. .......... ... Forward Paul Evan" .. ··········-·······-- ... .................................... .. Forward Richard Fox .. . ......... ........ .................. .. . .... ....... .. . Forward H oward Campbell ............................. ........ ..... ....... .... ..... Fon.vard Leon Perrine .................... ................. ... . ... . ............ ..... ..Center \Villiam Carder .. .................................. ......... ....... ............ Guard Robrrt Cozier . .......... .... ....................... . ... ··-·---·· .. .Guard

One llundred T'i.vrnly-two


R. F. JIUTCJII\SO:-\ Coach "llutch'' co:tciH•d his first year here this season and developed a hardfightinj:\'. wl'll-halanced team that worthily upheld Idaho's besl traditions.

"PRF.X" Ll\. I>Ll·Y. Guard Captain One of th(' hl·~t standing guard~ in Idaho's basketb:tll hi~tor\' :-.rade the opposinl!' forw:trd<: go· w1ld as hl' hroke up play after (>lay .\ fighting Captain \\ h<1 ''ill he grc.>:ltly mi's('d next ye:tr.

"SQUlXTY" HUXTER, Forward Captain-elect AII-Nortwest forward and stellar offensh·e unit. A sure tosser of free throws. Captained the 1918 five and chosen to lead the squad again in the coming season.

011e l!uudred T-<.vt•llty-llrree


"DH0:\1" C \.\IPBELL Forward Fa~t and con~i~tcnt on both ofien,c :tml ddl•nsl' "ith a "ure eye for the honp. Lo:d l:t,t year's championship iin•. Onl· Yl'ar yt:t to play.

"RICll" FOX Forward First year on the \"arisity but went like a whilwind e\·cry time he got into the g:mte. Two yet lo go.

"ClllCK" EVAXS Forward \Yas on the famon~ 191R team and came back to "chnnl and his uld plact' :tt:!'ain this rear. Exceptionnllr fa,t on hi,. ieel.

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··\\' \R IIORSI Bll.l.'' l \IWER Guard \ ... ma-.hin~ iiJ.!!{rt·"ivc runmlll! l'l'ard . 'I":~ II :uul rant.:'. he con•r,. th,• ilnor wdl. \\"ill hi.'· on lil'ck next year.

.. £'.\T'' PERRI:\E Ccnt~:r Fa~t

ancl a fit•n·c fightn. Snor,·<l hi((hl''l 11\llllht•r nf puint<'11 lhl' lt':tlll 1luring th~: ,,.a,on. Starred on tlw t•nast trip. till: "''Cilllll

"COB"' COZIER Guard ,\ strong defensh·c play~:r with lnts o£ fight. Performed for the llr't time this year and made good at nnce.

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llalllng ::;, l'hllllrpi

Srnllh Tll'O\\n t!'uach)

P~:nw~>ll

Patch

W. Phillippi

tll•t:rhan~•·ly

Wrestling \Vresting as a !>port """' ih first ~l':l"'n at Idaho thi~ ~car. and from the >IHm ing made •• nu the inter est aroused. t here can b~: nn doubt hnt lhat it has come In stay. T IH: tea m took ran in only twu matches. ln-.ing hoth, hut this wa~ nut di~ct•uraginK con .. idering the infancy .. r the 'port. The first contest w;.. .. held at Pullman :uul ldahu lo~t h\ the om·->idcd ~core oi IZ to I.

Too rigid restricting was n:,pon.;ibl~;: [(Jr Idaho's poor shnwinl-\' "Hahl:" Bmwn lol>t on a so

l·alled "rolling fall" tu a much inferior man. The ~cconcl match came off in tIll' Idaho gym and only a flukl· pn:l'cmcd a \"ictory for the -.ih·cr and goltl. Thi" caml· when Smith. in tlw 15~-ponml class, threw hi' m;u1, but he· utuse they were off till' mat it did not cnunt as a fall. l<lnh•l should han: won, 7 It> 6. Al> it t•nded tlw score wa" 6 to 5 in fa\'or of \\'as ltin)o!lnn State. Brown thrl'" his formt•r nppon.-nt 1·:itl1 little effort THE T EA)( 1 35-t>Olllld-Oberhnn~lc:y

145-pound-Pcnwcll

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pound-Patch nnd Smith 175-poumi-Bro\\ n (Cant.)


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FRI'IIliS1 l'ox ll'apt.J

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Freshman Athletics Tlli~ Yl'ar\ Jln:,f1111illt ll'am' WlTe of :1 11 exceedingly high unlcr, and if a j.(oOd bcginninK criH•rinn.man) uf th~ fi r~t )C:Ir mc:n 11ill hi:' strong recruit., for 1':1rsity po,ition$ next

j, :111)

ycar. rlwir 'fll'Cial missirm i-. to funu.h •t:rimmagc fur nr,ity tc:uns, and Jlwy fulfi lled 1hl•ir dnli<'' thi, yc:1r, ahno~t ton wdl in llw case of (uothall. Under tlw able lnh•latw of cnach "Pip'' l>ingl;· the fonthall team playl·ll r..ur game,, ,. inning two. tit·in): one anrl lm.ing onc. The) \\C\!1 from hmh 1\orth Ct·ntr:~l and Lcwis <~nd llark high -chooJ, of Spokane and tied tlllet' and lost once to the \\'. S. C. Freshmen. In ha-h·t hall the tl·am went thrnugh the sea~<•n wi1h only nne tlcfl·:ll. losin~~: the fir~l JC:tn•e \\ ith the \\ S. C. first yt•ar nwn. hut nut matchin~ them in thl· s.•cnnd. They were ,.a,ily victorious on:r :\lo•c"" lJiqh ~clwol'< state clJampion" ami Cul1k,ac lli!:h Sdwnl. Thl· sca,nn',.. 1-(:tmc~ an· ~rin·n hdnw: 31 :2~ \\' S. C. Pru'h F n·-hm:ut 9 C1:hl,·,ac I L S. 17 Fre•luuan 10 35 I· rcshm:111 ~I "'l'"" 1-1. S . . 19 ~luscow fl S 31 Fn•shman \\. S. C. Fro,h •• - .............. _ ....... ... 2Q 31 Fn·shman Total ....................................- ....-

138

Oppnncnh

-·· ...............108


STATJ•: ('H,\MPJOXS

Interscholastic Basketball Tournament Eight teams. \'irtors in as man) inter-~ectinnal tournament:;, took pan in tlll' annual interschola~tic tournnmem held in the lininrsity gym11asium on :\larch 18th and 19th. The schools reprNented wcrr: :\Io>cow, Twin Fall~. Boist·, Aberdeen, Culdesac, Driggs, \V:lllace and Coeur d'Alene. The .U foscow High School team. three lime'\ <:t<ttc champions, won the state ti tk for the fourth consecutive )t'ar ami clearly demonstrated it.; <illpcriority over all competirors. Flimination game.; were run off on the 18th, and Twin Falls and :\ I osco" were victorious in the semi-finals the ne'" day. Drigg~. the expected "dark horse," fell at the hand:; of;\ roscow, and vVall:tcc lost in (L dOSl' game to Twin Fal k In ()11' of the fastest and mo~t hot!) conte::.ted high .;chool game:- e\·cr seen at Idaho. \ Ioscow defeated the $<lllthcrn town , 3+ to 1+. Twin Fall'\ wa..; awardrd the runnrr.;-up Cll~> and Drig~ captured the rup for sporbmanship. First '(,·am

Carter. Twin Fall-.

THE ALL-STAR TEAM nnt~ r

II ill. l>riKI!" _ fo rwa rcl Camphdl. \\'allan· for\\ :uti Corniclsou, Mosco\\ .... ......._........ .. guard Steiner, Mo~cow .. .. .. _..... .......... ........ ... guard

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~·ao 11d 1 .·am .. K~an~. ~fosco\1 H. Franz, \\'allac, S1iYer .... :lloscnw Grrmllo~·k. \V01ll:tl'\' .. Taylor. Twin Falb


I

C:Al''l'A TN RlC1:lMOND

One Hundred T"tumty-rti11c


The Track Season The J<}J9 se:tSon \Yas one of the most .. uccessful H'ars for track in the historv of the University. Id aho, in a VCT} clo:;el~ conte:>telf meet, walked awa~ with the Northwest Conference track ririe. T he team took part in on!~ two meet~ during the ~cason, a dual meet with \V. S. C. and the Conference meet at Pullman, thouJ!h Niel Irving wf!S lflter :>ent to the Pacific Northwest meet at Portland. ·Seconds and r·hirds gave W ashington Stare a victory in rhe dual meet on l\ l ay 10. Captain Jnck Richmond won the sprint event~ rasily, with 1\ l ne finish ing third. NlcCallic ran awny from the much-touted Parker in the .J...f.O , nnd ~ I oc won a dose race in the 220-yrm.l hurdles. H oward ran the high hurdle~. and in spite of a bad ly poisoned lc~ W:tS able to take second place. Trving herlved the "hot and javelin far away for firsts in both events. H e wok ~ccond in the discus :1nd c:une out high point man for Idaho.

100-yard da"h

WASHINGTO.K ST ATE V ·. lDAIIO 2nd 3rd lst Sutton (' V) :\loe (I) Richmond ( I)

:.\file run

Ratchford and

Time, 10 :2

Phillip~

Smith ( \V)

( W)

Time.

+-tO-yard

da~h .

--·--

-~IcCallie

(1 )

~ : ~~

Calder (W)

Parker (W)

Time. :>0 :4

120-yard hurdles

H owell CW)

HO\\i!Td

220-)ard clash

Richmond ( I )

Sutton ( W)

Thompson ( I )

880-yarcl run

Ratchford (W)

Phillips ( \V )

~ 1cCa II ie ( I ) Time, 2:03 1-5

220-yard hu rd le·,.

,\J oe (I)

Howell ( W )

Perrine ( T)

Ph illips ( \V )

.Jackson ( I )

.J enne (W)

Bakt:r ( W )

Rom ig ( 1)

Irving ( I )

Ptrrinc ( [ )

King ( W )

Hanson (\V)

( I)

T ime,

16 : ~

Thnc, .:!2

Time. 25: I

Two mile

.............. Sm ith ( W)

Pole vault .

'l'lme, 10:26: 1 Hl'lghl, 10 feet

Shot put .

Pl>-lt~n,·e,

H igh jump

.. . ....... Howell and

J enne (W)

1J

ecet S'¥.

lnchl'»

Bu rke (I) II ('I,L:hl :; f!'d 6 inc iH•,;

Discus .. ... .... . ..

King (W)

I rving (I)

Pearson ( I ) lll,.lllJ1t' t', 119 feet 2 lnche><

Broad jump

Jenne ( W)

Perrine ( I )

:\ l oe (I) llistance, 21 f('t'l l) :t, lnche,..

.f:~velin ..

. rrving(I l

~lcCroskey

(W)

Perrine ( I )

lll,.tance, 165 feet

~

Inches

Relar ··--·-··.Conceded to \V.S.C. Final Score: \Vashington State 79, Idaho 'i2. Then came the all-important Conference meet at Pullman. The failure of a \Va.;hingron State rela~ man to carry the haton acro~s tlw line gave Tdaho the Conference tide. The meet will KO do\\'11 in ~port histnr) a" one nf the closest and moo;t

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<'\citing C\'cr staged. The entire afiair \\'a-: a hattlc lx·t" een Idaho and \ V. ·. C. Richmond '""' again easil~ victor in the sprints and :\I cCallie ran perhaps the prettic-.r rncc of the dar, finishing first in the .t..J.O. f rving, lJaho'~ stellar ·weight man, \\'as high point man of the meet witJ1 three· fir-t". ~or content with this, he shattered two IJaho records. He broke his own record in the ~hut pur with a heave of 42 feet 9 inch(•s and flung the disc\ls 127 feet 9 inches. Before the relay, the finn ! event, l thtlw led \V. S. C. h) one point. Idaho did not place in the reilly and \ V. S. C. finished sc·cond, but their Ja,t ru nner faile d to bring in the haton. Th is g;1ve Vl. S. C. the meet ·H to -+2. Coach Bl e:1 mastcr immediately filrd a prottst and it wa~ carried to the advisor) C()[nmitt<·e of the T. A . A. A ., " ·ho d<•cided in favor of Idaho. This maJe the final ~ccm·: Idaho +2, \ V. S. C . .t l. After the end of the intercollegiate tr~ck season a j!;Cn\'Tal Pacific !orthwest Championship meet was called <tt Portland. As the othrr member~ of the team were more or lr$$ out of '\hape Idaho $Cot onh one man, f n ing. Sixteen schools and dubs were represented, yet Idaho's man to;>k third in the meet h) hi~ single effort~. H e took fir"t in tlw ja,·elin. shot put and discu~ and "as again individual point winner. NORTHWF.ST CO~FERE:\CF \IEI::T \\7a.~hinj!ton. ~ l a)

Pullman,

.. Ratchford ( \V)

2nd Beldin:!; (0)

3rd mirh (\V)

. :\ lcCallie (1)

Parkt-r ( \V)

Calder (\V)

Perrinc (1)

King (\V)

1st :\ I ilc run

2-t. JC)J9.

Tlllll',

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Tlmt-,

Shot pur

... 1rving (I)

nl,..ttlJ1<'f',

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Inc he.~

Baker (:\ I )

Poll· \·:wit

Jenne (\V)

Howard (:\ 1)

120-yard hurdles

Sterling (;\l )

How ell ( W)

Howard ( T)

Richmond ( T)

Foster ( 0)

;\ foe (I)

Runquist ( 0)

Kin!!: ( \ V)

ll('!ght, t ~ feet

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Time, 16 1-o srr.on<b

100-rard

da~h

D iscus . fl igh jump

. Irving (T) .... ....... Hodson (l\l )

Tlnw. I 0

Hargrave:.. (0)

~ecuml~

Dh•t 11 11c•o, I 27 feet X inchcs

Jenne ( W) llt•lgln, 5 feet 10 Inche!<

Phillip:- (W)

Campbell ( T)

Two-mi le n 1n

Smith ( \ V)

880-rard run

.Ahbott (0)

Ratchford (\ V)

BddinK (0)

J avelin

. In·ing (1)

Perrine ( 1)

;\ JcCroskc\' (\V)

Broad jump

.Foster (0)

~lulkey

,'!nw, 10 mltn1tN! 23 ;wconol-< Time. I :58

:1-~

lH,;tanct•, 176.fel"l 1 hu•h

(0)

Jenne (W) Pl~tnncr.

21 teet 8 fnclw:-

220-yard hurdle'

.Howell (\Y)

:uoc (l)

:'1 f IIS~e)

220·) ani da-;h

~Richmond

Fo,ter (0)

H arg-ra,·c~

\I)

( i\ 1) Tl1111:, :!!1 ~-:! secon '"

(0)

'Time. :!:!

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\V.

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. 50:2 :.ec .

( Snm :\Iorrison

.Sam :\Iorri:.on ............ 19 16 l!:nni,

880-yard run ....................... 2 min. 1 sec. __ _ ~lile

run

16:1 sec.

220-yanl hurdles

.. 25 :0 sec.

fl ee Edmund--on

1905

Oli,·cr Campbell

1915

j

.5 ft. 10 in.

ll igh jump

Pole vau lt .............................. 12ft.

.James :\Iontgomerr

1908

.\Vallac<· Strohecker

1911

Neil lrving ................ 1919

J;l\'clin ................................ 186ft. (Conference Record)

J. L. Phillips . . .• .. 191-1-

................... .A2 ft. 9 in........................ Neil Irvin!!

Shor put

191-l-

Lockhart

7-ack Cassidy ............. 19 16

............ 127 ft. 8 ill ......... ...

l)iscus

mne~

II al 'T'illey ..... ......... 1903

................... 22 ft. 6 in.

Broad jump

1915 1905

....................... J 0 ruin. H ,.ec. • ...

120 ) ani hurdb

~Ia,scy

.. .Ilcc Edmundson

......................... .-!-min. 32 ... ec. ___ ..

T'' o mile,;

1909 191-J.

.............. 1919

S:1m 1\Jorr.ison ........ } ( )nc mile relay

_______________.3 min, 25

'iCC. . . . . . .

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Ernt>st Loux

...

... { l!:nnis :\ l asse} ... .... Hedley Dingle ..

191+

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The 1919 Baseball Season

Little interest wns taken in baseball last ~eno;o n, due principal!) ro the scarcity of )!OOd material and to the um1sua l interest taken in track, w1hicth came ill tlhe ~ame time. Only rwo games were played and no letters were a11·nrded, due, of co ur~c, to the fact thnt none of the team had played the required amount of timt.>. Captnin Rettig W<1S •·a~il y rhc individual star of rhc team, with _Thomas showing up next. Repeated errors and poor batting h) Coach Blcnrnn.;tcr'~ in('xpcrienccd nine CO$t rhcm borh gam(':; with \Vashin)!ton State. Retting pitl·hcd good ball in the fi rst ~r~ mt· :.ncl struck our si,. In rhe second game his place wns wken by Snndhcrj! and later by Buescher, horh of 11·hom ''ere no match for \V. S. C.'s sluggers.

THE

TEA~1

Rertig. Sandberg, Bcuscher-Pitchcrs. Thoma~-Catcher. ( ) ' B rien-Short~top. W eber-R ight field. ~l cCrca-Fir-.t base. Kinney-Cemer field. II untcr-Second base. Almqui~t-Left field. l\ Toorc-Third base.


Tennis fn tennis Idaho was represented b) Bill Dcnecke, "Stub" Almqui:>t and " Ken" Hunter. Denccke and H unter compo~d the douhks ream and Almqui~r rook care of the singles. The Conference tourne) at P ullman was the onl} contc:.t held during the season. The team went to the meet with the understanding that each school was to be represented br a sinJ!Ie,:; man and a doubt~ team. but when the matches started each mao had to play a round in the ~ingles. The team was eliminated in rhe singles b) \Vhitman, when Almquist lost, 6-2 and 6-3, H untcr \\' a.' defeated. 6-1 and 6-3, and Denecke lost, 2-6, (l--4 and 7- 5. \1\Thitman took the singk:. championship b) winning two out of three matches with 'VashinJ,..'Ton State. Tn the doubles the ne'\t day, the Pullman team disposed of H unter and Deneckc m straight sets, 6-3, 6-1 and 9- 7. Br defeating W hitman in the next round, 6-+, 6-+, 6--4, Vv. S. C . anne-xed the doub les honors. T ennis has never heen much of a sport at TdRho, ami this was the first year the school wa~ represented in imercolle~ate competition, ~ results are not discouraging. T he ] claho team put up a game fight. hut 11':\S simp!) outmatt'hl•(l.

Women 's _//thletics Organized ·women's athletics were started at the University for the first time this spring an d pr:u:rically all of the co-eds are taking an ;tctivc part in them. F ebruary 2'5 one hundred nnd fifry ~iris met in the grmnasium nnd the greatest spirit and enthusiasm were sh0\\"'11. An inter-group basketball rurnament was arranged for and it wa$ decided that an out-door girls' meet should be held later in the spring. Tenni~, hiking, out-door hockey and baseball will also be entered into. If the proposed swimming pool is secured competitive swimming will be ~cheduled. T he girls plan to organize a strong local a.•.,sociation and an arempt mar be made at some future date to affiliate with the National Women's Athletic Association. Irene A. Watson, assistant professor of Physica l Education, who has been doing wonders with the girls' gym classes, is directing the mO\'ement. The co-eds so far ha,·e shown fine spirit and <>upport and there is no doubt but that the plan will he a complete success. The wide variety of sports offers an opportunity for every gi_rl in co llege, and they have not been slow in taking advantage of ir.

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The Athletic Board ~~~~~ .... Ro~ Thomp~on

President Secretary

.. ..Le.;lir \foe Harn Hart\\dl

R. :'\ eil Irvin~

lloward Carnplwl l U nrton l\ IcCn ll ic Leon Perrine The athletic bon rei has ~encral '!I pen i-;ion o\'er all athletic~ and th t granting of varsity letter-.. It i~ compo~t·d of .en·n umlcrgraduatN elected each spring to sene for orw year. Thou~rh not dire.:tlr .;;pecificd in the constitution it is custo:nan to elect onh men "ho have made thl·ir letters in ~orne major branch of ;thlt•tic..;. lt l~a~ ail\ :l)' bet•n the polic) of the A. S. lf. l. to have each majnr ~port representt·rl.


· Traditions The traditions of a university are those thin!!~ which tighten the bonds bet\\ een the Alumni and their Alma ~I ater anJ which cause rhe underg-raduate~ w feel that in carrying out these traditions they are linking themselves with those students who have been before nnd with tho~e students who are yet to come. Idaho i\'> peculiarly blc~sed in her trad itiuns. The Fr~hman wears his green cap, not as an emblem of de~radation, but wirh the full knowledge th:tr generations of freshmen before him have done the same. To him it is a!' much of a badge of honor anJ a mark of class Jistinction :LS the corduroys of the Junior or the sombrero and cane of rhe Senior. He knows that, when he swin~ the senior cnne, to him alone \\ill be j!ranted the pri,·ile~e of sitting on the "I" bench. To him abo shall the joys of the " Senior Sneak" be known. Before nil rhese thinJ-"S arc his, h()wcver, the Freshman does m:tn) th in~. He helps ot'hrr Freshmen gather wood for the W. S. C. bonfire, and to him it is not :1 cask-it is nn honor. He glories in the under classmen mix which gi\'es him a chance ro "get e,·en" with the Sophomore,;, and he attends the "Burr the Hatchet" dance \\'hich comes after the mix, to sho\\' that hard fcelin~ arc forgonen. As a mark of respect to his Alma ~fatcr, no Idaho st11dent smokes on her campto~. ;tnd her president is always c:aluted . From the time he is a freshman until he is a Senior, the Idaho :.tudent looks for \\'ard to the stunt fe~t and "<>ng contest. It is hi!' chance to sho'' the ''isiting hil!:h >"Chool athlete" :;omc of the frivolit)' and seriousncS: of college life. It is his chance ro show others what he thinks of them. In l\ I ay comes Campus Day, when students and fnculty work on the Campu~ and the :\lar Queen holds her court. T'hen comes ivy planting and commencement and a collcl!e year has gone. F:ach year. howe,·er, makes our Alma :\later and her traditions dearer to us. Her spirit is the unconquerable spirit of the vVest.

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Debate lntcrcollegiatt• debating :It the Gnivcr-,it) h:L~ mer with its usual rhis vear. The International and the lntcrst:tte Dehatin~ Leaguc, ha,·~ brou~ht Idaho in contact '' ith the L ni' cr-.itie... of Oregon, British Columbia, .\ lnntana and l_ rah. Thc,e. togrthcr with tht duel with \ Vashinj!Wn State College, have afforded worthy opponen t'i. The response of the demands of rhi' hcaY) :.;chrdule ha.; been general. Out of the "i" team-. put in the tield so far hut t\\ o competitor~ have appeared in more than one contest. l'"rom thi:; it would seem that interest and cffectivrnc;;,; in dchate are nr>t at all locali;,ed. The quality of the present freshman cla.;s ...cerns especially proph~tir of futur~ strength for the U niver,it) in thi.., clt·partment of inrerrolle~•iar:­ acrh·ity. The question' discussed ha\c all been timely. Compulsor) military training, open \'e rsus dosed shop, and· compulsory arbitrntion which irl\'olves consideration of the 1\;.,tlum of re"tricting imlivitlual Iibert) hr the extension of ~ocial and f!O\Crnmcntal control. Tht' thorouf!:h srutl} of •uch question~ required for an intercollegiate conrest cannot fail to give a student a whult:somc grasp of the fu ndamental prohlems of politics. It is hopt-d that the ext1•nsion of this benerit mar r('.;ult from the acti\itie· of the open forum. ~ucccss

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Cl L\RLES D.\RLING,

~lannger

''Charley b hoth a mauager and :111 all\:mce agem-ask the hoy~ who went to Vancouver."

C\RL II SW \XSTRQ)l Orc~on Debate "Sii111 lol•ks <!own on all hi~ r>J)plllll'lll'.

:my way you take it.''

LA\VRE}JCE lTUFF

W. S. C. Dl·hate Oregon Debate

"He talks ju-.t as fa,t :t~ he thiuks. ami thinks as fast a-. he talks."

H \Y ,\GEE W. S. C. Dt>bate

". \ good lawyer, thcrefon· a good l.>:tlcr."

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\VILLL\M S. BRISCOE W. S. C. Debate ''His first year [or ldahn, not his last."

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hope

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C \HL ,\. P.Vl{I,E W. S.C.

D~hate

f' II ILIP \\'. BUCK \V. S. C. Debate "Short <1111l n•d headed. hut oh, hn\\ he

can rld1at•·:·

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bi~

future."

R \LI' ll R. BRI<.!'llEARS Vnnruuvcr Debate

"Yuu tell 'em, l11111l."

E.\l{L E HUNT Yancotl\'er Dehale ··.\not ht•r

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dUNIOR PROM .\larch 6, I CJ20.

P(ltrons tuul Pntronesses Dcnn French President and ~Irs L indley Profcs~r .\larshall Dean and ::\Irs Cockerill Dr. and .\Irs. 'Vodsedalek Dean and ::\lr,;. Thomson

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SENIO RUFF Pntrruu and Prrtrout·sst•s P rofc~~r

and :\I rs Lt"wi~ P rofessor and i\Irs. Evan:.

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April 2-J., 1920 Patrons and Pntroncsst•s

Dean Pcrmcal_French Professor anti :\Irs. C. \V. Hickman Professor and :\lr.;;. H. T. Lewis ~Ir. Dickin'iOn and :\1 iss \\7cgman

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FRES GLEfi )1ay 8, 1920 Patrons a111l Pnlrontssts

) I i:os French Dean and )Irs. 0. P. Cockerill Dean and 1Irs. F. A. Thompson ~\Ir. and 11rs. L. F. Parsons

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ATHLETIC

BALL

N 1wember I. I 919 l'atrons a11d Pat rom n1 â&#x20AC;˘

P resident a,cl \ r rs. Lindler Colonel and \ [ r.;. Chri:.man \1 r. ami \1 r-.. ll lt-am~hter !Jean Permeal French .\ rr . .\[a thew-.


.:\larch 20, 1920 Patrons and

Pntroiii'.I'JN

Pn•sidrnr and ~Irs. E. H. Lindley GO\·ernor and ~Irs. D. \V. Davis Colonel and :\Irs. E. R. Chrisman Colonel and ~Irs. R. B. Lister Dean Permeal ]. French Dean and :\I rs. F. A. Thomson

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Other College Dances

"BURY THE HATCHET

Ser[ember 27, 1919

DA~CE "

October -t, 1919

"TH E ECONOl\IlCS CLU 13 DANCE"

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"THE AG BA\ VL" .. . ...... ... ............ .... ................ "RF: CIT AND BAR'' ......

11, 1919

December 6, 1919

.. ..... . ............ ..:\I arch 13, 1920

"THE INJCXEERS PO\V-WO\V"

. ...... ..

:\larch 27, 1920

"THE BOO:\UN' 13U.NKH0 t S1<: BCST" .......................April 9, 1920 "CASUALTY LL\ f P"

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.April 17, 1920

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\lay 1, 1920

"TJMBIW. BEASTS' HOE-DOWN'' ........................ :H ay 15. 1920

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Music Department Ever since its incipu.• ncr rhe CniH~r,it) Department of ~ l usic ha~ pht)~ed an important part in student acti,·irie.-.. It has j...TTOwn steadily each succeeding year in both size anc.l scope. This year the regi:;tration \\'as so he:t\)' that the faculty of three were unable to h<tndlc ni l the student$ without outside assistance. The department has been particularly acti' e this year ancl promise~ to he even better next rear. Profe.-.;or Edwin Orlo Bang;., the head of the department, has shown his ability by producin~ what "a' acclaimed a:-. perhap:; the hr:-.t ~ len's Glee Club ever representing the l.j ni\'ersit). ,\I is..., \Ve~mnn of rhc Boston Conservator) of :Vlusic has proven her unquestioned <ll'l'Omplishmt·nt a.; ;1 piani:-t, hMh by her succcs~ and by the '"ork of her pupils. :\Jr. John Dickenson, the \'iolinist, h:t-. hecn recogni?ed as one of the best :•nists in the 1'\orth·west. The drpartmcnt loob forward to a larger and hcttcr field next rear.

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Scott

II. I'NlRiey

Music Club The or~anization of the :.Husic C lub has met a long fe lt need on the campus. J.:"I'C:ttl) stimu lated the interest of the students in the department, and has led to tlw development of new mus ical talent. It is the aim of the dub to cnc()urage the stu路 dents in the ~tudy a nd appreciation of classic music. All students in the department and member~ of the Glee Clubs and orch1.-stra arc members. ;\lectings are held every two weeks, at which short program~ are presented, both vocal and instrumental.

It has

OFFICERS President .. .. ... . .. . ..... .. ........... ........................... ..... R u"scll Scon Vice President ......................... .... ............ ... Henrietta Peasley

Secretary-Treasurer ........................ ..... ......... . .... Fiorcnc<~ Allehaugh

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Glee Club

The University Glee Club, making its fir~l tour for three ~c:IS<l n s, was gn•,•tl·d with l'na nimous :md ,·n11m>iastic a pprobation at en~ry town it visit,·cl. During the "ottthcrn lllur L·kvcn tcHI ns were visited, and a warm ~pot fnr th~ Unin~r ... ity of Ida ho was left in the h~ans of ma ny people. The program at ~ach plnn· was l':lricd a nd well .,clcct ~d. Too much credit cannot he given to 1\lr. nang:~ or the duh for llw ;. ucn•ss of the trip. The flL' r;.onncl oi the Club was as follows: Fir.l'/ Tmors

\)fred Brigham Ed11 in Foran E. 0. Bangs Charles Gerlough 'lao11d Te11ors

\ ]. Gra£ Roscoe Jones Clayton \\'e>ton~r Fred Veatch

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Jo~cph

Porter, K. C. B. ...... __

Captain Corcoran of the "Pinafore" ......... Ralph RacksLan, able seaman Dick Dcnde)C, able

~eaman

......................Rusl>ell T. Scmt ..

... ................Ro:;coc Jones

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..Ted Erb

.......Gipson Stalker

Josephine, the captain's daughter

~athalie

Little L3u tt('r Cup

.............. Esther M otir

Cousin Hebe .. ...

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Tecklenberg

. .. . . ......... .... ...... .... ... .. .. ........ Henrietta Peasley

Bill Bohsta), hoar...wain ................................... ........ William Sutherland Bob Becket

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......Titus Le Claire


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As You Like It PRE E~Tl':D BY THE GR.\DUAT I 1G CLASS June 11, 1919.

J ohn L. Biggs .Richard B. Ott . Bernadine Adair " 'a Itcr ~antleliu-; J aqucs H oil is :. IcCral' Le Beau Howard TIadield Chnrles Alvin Denman Oliver .. Prr~ton A. Richmond Orlnnclo Erlwin • etrleton Adam ... .1 Lenry Christ T ouchstone Clarence Taylor Carin .. . .. . .. •...•.............. .AnAcl inn Burns S il viu~ .......... ................................... . ...... Rona ld Romig Willinm.; .............................. . Cami lll' :'1 kDaniel Rosalind I•: Ffir SwnnS()n C ilia l\I a ric Frcehafer 'Phebe . Norma D o"' Audrey . ............................ _:......... . .......... Kathryn \ lcCormick H ymen Lmd:;, Pnges, .Forester$-The remainder of the cia~~Duke Senior .. Duke Frccl!'rick A miens

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The Amazons PRODUCED BY TH F: Y. :\I. C. A. AND THE Y. W. C. A. Wednesday, 1\larch 17th, 1920.

Y m1att ............. . ···············-······· ................... ArnhnJS(' .l oh nsun The Reverend Ro)!;er :\[inch in ......................................0. R. Weaver Lady Castlejordan . .. . .. .. ................... ..... .. . . ~I arian L. Byrns Lady Wilhelmina .............................. .. ........... :\lnry l\ lcKrnnn Lady Thom<1sin .. ............................. .•. ........... .. Helen Johnston Lad\• Noel in . ... ............. ................... . .. . . Faith Ntwton Sergeant Shutcr .. ......... ............................ .... .. \ [argarrt :\ l o~rley Andre, Count de Grival ........ ............. :\Iaurice J ackson Golfrcd, Earl of Tweenwave~ ......... . . . ......... . \I ich:wl Thom(·t' Barrin~ton , Vi~ount Litte~l~ .... .... ............... .. . Abe Goff

Twelfth Night Presented br the Senior Class, Commencement \Vel·k. Junc I0. 1920. Orsino ..

............................. .......... ..................... ..A. W. J ohnson ... ........... ................ .... ......................... ... II. W. Staples Antonio . ................................ ..... ...................... A. R. ~rhompson A Sea Captain ....... ................. .... ...... ................ ... Carl Carlson ........... . .......... ... .. ....................\V. K. Newland Valentine .... Curio .... ......... .................................... W. A. Dcnccke Sir Toby Belch . ........... ...... ....... ............... ..... . E. \V. P oe Sir Anlrew Aguecheek ...... . .. ......................... .. .. .......... L. J. Yost ~falrolio ..........................................E. K. Lindlev ........................ .......... ... ............................ Ray A~ee Fabian Feste ........................ .......................... .............] . R. Jones Olivia . ..................................................................... :\!arion Byrns Viola . .. . ..................................----· ..... . .. ..... :\Ian· )fc Kenna :\[aria ............. ... .......... .. ···--····- ···· .. .... _....... Veri OJi,·er Priest, Officers, Servants, Etc. ............. Other members of the Cla"s S~bastion

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English Club Plays Prcsentrd at the Auditorium, J anuary, 1920.

"CLOSF; T il E BOOK"

B.r S uum Gnspr/1. Jhnnsi . .. ............ ... .... ... ..... ..... .. . Cnrolyn Lng-an Peyton Root . .......... ........ .... ......... . .... .... Fred N. H olland !Vl rs. Root ..... ......................... ... .. H<'len Ramser U nclc George Pry ton ... . .. Ted T urner Bessie Root ...Avis Selhy State Senator And Osc:lr \Vcaver :\Irs. Starr Srn~tor Byrd :\1argar<'t K utne"·"ky

"LON ESO~J £ LU~I·: "

By 1 fttrolt! Brirtltouse. Sarah Ormerod Emma Brierh Sam H orrack$ The Reven·nd Frank Al leyne

Phorbe Jane H unt Nora Ashton Abe Goff Brian Bund ~

''THE FOL' R FLL' SH ERS'' By Cll'f't'S }:illkt•ad.

H enry Cunn ingham, a marric·d man . Rex Kimmet id urial Cunninghrm. his wifr .Edith Dingle .................... .. Vaughn Price Vincent Dulaney. her affinit~ FuUcr, their butler :\ l ichacl Thometz An unexpected visitor :\ [argnret :\Ioselcy

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The Plodders Across the desert sands the ca:nds plod From break of day. their endless way they wend 'Till shades of nighl, when riders' he:tds do nod As d mw:;iness u p(ln each doth descend ; Their dreams of shady p:tlms and waters tend To draw them on, new robes of hope to don, As thus in life, we :otruggle to the end 1n search of rest and happiness anon, From dawn of life we !>trive forever on and on.

-L. F., '2 1.

I The Little Brook The little brook dances over the stones, \ Vith a thou~and tones and undertones, I r stirs the lost swcerne,;s in those !,!TOWn old, And whispers to youth of stories uncold. To rhe d isheartened beggar it tells many things

Of palaces, riches, nnd nobles, anrl

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To the idling drcnmer lingering- there lr builds wontlrous cnstlcs all hung in the air. As he lie.~ on its hank at the end of the day, The cares of the worker nrc fast lulled away; The feet of the children it guides on in dream, From freshe::t to fish rhro fairy land green.

Tn some such a sen路ice I'd travel my way E,路er a-singin{! and making folks ga) , A rest ro the weary. dreams to the )Oung. A song- ro the songless and speech to the dumh.

- B. G .. '23.

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The Paloma Bank Robbery Mgsterg By /l /i(ls Boston Brou·uir. "I was in Paloma, an old-rime mining town of \\7estern Idaho, in nineteen ten, when the First National Bank was robbed. Olcl :\ Jan Suspician hooked on to a stranger who had been loafing in Kelly\; Pool and Billiard Hall for rbe last rwo weeks. "The mere fact that he was a stranger was su~picious to the hard-headed miners of Paloma. And during his stay, he had divulged no information as to his identity. his histor), or that most vaunted of things, his home town. This was morr evidence that there wa:; something wrong, and the fact that he had left the town suddenly and without warning on the night of the robbery made hi!> guilt conclusive. "The sheriff bad just rwo facts to \YOrk on, the fifty odd thousand dollars of P aloma's hard-earned currency was gone. and so was the pool slicker from Kelly's. "Sheriff Blodgitt telegrapht'd to Boise for hlo(Hlhounds from the state pen and they were n1rned loose in the hank. They made an awful racket for a few minutes and then tore up rbe main street of Paloma and wound up in front of one of the finest homes in the city. Their arrival ,,-as simultaneous with the departure of die householder for his place of hu-.iness. Half an hour later a ver} trembling and nervous gentleman climbed down from a small fir tree, minus the \\'CSt end of his trousers and all of his dignit{ :\[r. Hax ley, president of the First National Bank, had spent an altogether unpleasant half hour. "The hounds " -ere started again. Thi:; time they veered off into the forest north of Paloma, and after leading the posse through eight miles of san is brush came upon a hole leading under some big boulders, in front of which were !'>Ome fox tracks and a pile of chicken feathers. "Five dayl' after the robbery the stranger, alia~ Lightfingers, alia:,. Penny Turner of Chicago, matle his way along the precipitous shore of Lake Onawah, twenty miles from Paloma. A hcav) ..;eamle:;s sack was swung over his shoulder. Tt was evident that the man knew his ground. He went stcadilr along until he came opposite the drift of the Dazzler, a mine which had been abandoned long before. "The Dazzler is, perhaps, one of the most curious mines in the world. Irs only entrance is on the sidr of n high granite cliff, four hundred feet above the lake and two hundred feet below the top of the cl iff. Just in front of the tunnel was a shelf or bench perhaps twenty feet wide. The tune! could be gained from the lake shore, but it was a dangerous and trying climb. The entrance wns innccessible from above. A steel cable. the remainder of the old tramway, stretched from the mouth of the tunnel across the lake to the freight road. "After making a careful surwr of the ~round, Turner began ro climb toward the tunnel. It was a dangerous climb, bur he went steadilr up, and in less than an hour he had safely made the tllnnel.

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"About thi:. same time reports began to come into Paloma. The Robinson'._, a famil) of mountaineer:., had seen a well dressed man, carr}ing a sack, making his way toward tlw lake. This report was confirmed by i\ J urrar, a prospector, living ncar the lake. Two days l:ttcr a freighter reported having seen $t110ke at the mouth of the Dazzler. "Sheriff Daggett immediate!) reorganized his pos.;c and proceeded to the lake. The hounds picked up a trail along the shore and followed it to the point below the Dazzler, but were unabl e to climb the face of the cliff, and so contented them~clves \\'ith mad baying at the hillside. "Somebody saw a face peerin~ over the ed!!e ol the "helf and promptly fired. The face dithdrcw from sight and a second later a man was seen to run rapidly along the shelf and enter the mine. " Blodgitr immediately placed guanls up and down the lake shore anti sent sornt• to watch above the tunnel. H e then \\'t'nt inro consultation "'ith his deputies, and it was decided not to attack rhe nmnel. ru; the odds were roo great again~t the po :'<:. "'H e can't ha\·e much grub up their,' ;;aid Bl01lgitt, 'and ii we tr) to go up the side of the cliff he will pick us all off, dead easy. There ain't no other way out of there, and 1 figure he'll talk tlu·ker in a day or two, "0 L am for starving him our.' ~!ost of the members of the posse sudden]} remembered their duties to family and ton-n, and the decision wa;. unanimous. I didn't ha-.e ;my family, and Paloma was only about deuce high in my ~rimation, hut for good and sufficient reasons I wmm'r anxious to climb the cliff, or to he let down with a ropc from above, either. " 'What about that tramwny ?' somebody asked. " 'Not a chance,' says Jim Donnelly, 'm) boy:; was up there a couple of week" ago and the) said that there wasn't a bucket, puller or pick handle in the whole minc. She is a~ emptr as a tomb.' "'No use to watch the other end, then,' said Hloclgitt. ' H e cou ldn't walk thnt half mil <~ of old cable after nil!ht, and if he tries it now, we'll make him look like a sie\·e.' ni~ht came on the men built fires below the mine and more on rop of the Guards were scattered wherever there might be a possibilit)' of escape. T would have grunhlecl that a deer mouse could not havt· i!;orten by.

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"About two o'clock that nil!ht it clown in sh<·ets. The fire:. o;puttered dark that you couldn't sec ten feet. everybod,1 and sent for more men.

began to rain and in a few minutes it \\·as coming for a\\'hile and then quit busines~. It became so Rlodgitt began to fume and cus" and cranked :tt mhing happened.

"The watch was kept up all dny. It was still pouring rain and the men were soaked to the skin. Another night pnssed and still nothing happened. The third day prtssed. rllodgitt \Ya:. a." touchy as a hoilc.>d owl-the po~se was re·tless and complaining-some of the men hrtd deserted. Bloclf.,.<itt then decided rhat men ~hould be low-

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ercd from the top of the cliff that night. while ochers \\ ould go up from below, and the cwo forces would storm the ntnnel at daylight. Family t路all-; grew more urgent and so lots w<.>r<" drawn. I w:ls unluc\g, as U:'ual. "The plans were carried out and the next morning we ru~hcd along the shelf and ch:lrp:ccl the tunn<.>l. ~o one was hurt, not a shot was fired. The Dazzler was tmpty, though we St:archcd ever) drift, shaft and passage way. '' Boldgitt and the deputies said a lot of things that 1 can't rem~mbcr. "Two weeks later 1 left Paloma anrl went t:o Frisco, but before I puller! away went aro11nd to the cast ~ide of the lake, \\'here the trilmway is anchored, and picked up a fork eel thorn limh about three inches thick. It had a couple of hand-holts cut in the prongs and the crotch of the stick was nearly burned in two where the cable had run.

" I knC\\ l would find the stick there, for l had lowered it to the shtl f in front of the Da;,zlcr nearl) a week before the robbery. Turner and I sec all the good movie-; in Frisco now. ancl own a lot of 1-onds and war ";win~ stamp._, ju,;t like )Oll do. " \ Ve are both partial to rain) weather."

C. II . S.. '2 1.

A Dream Last night I had a dream Of Anglo-Saxon monsters, Norman .Knights, Shakespearian Ghosts, And gravccliggers. They were grim, morion less, Speechless. One figure in ~ray Approached me. "Oh, eloquent, just, and might~ Death, You are welcome, Free me," 1 cried. For answer, he turned. \Valked to the door, Rung the rising bell, and Disappeared.

A. S., '22.


MorniTJIL 1 hear A sharp clang as of a bell. \Vhat was that? A fire? Must I run? Where?

Oh, yes,

l h:1ve it now, I ha,·e just awakened. lt is morning And that wal> the ri~ing bell.

It is cold, I know it is fort} bdo\\'l\Iy feet are fro~en. \Vithour a moment's hesitation I jump up and put on my slippers. Dazed, I readt In) dressing room And blind!} pull 111) clothe$ on. :.\lr eye lids droop. 1 shiver! \ Vhr could I nut have 't:t} ed in bed?

Ah , yes, I t is my will power! How I improve !

It iorced me to arise. \Vas that it? Let', see. Of course not. It was force of habitI ha \ e an eight o 'dock.

I. S., '22.

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Picnics Whr is it that the first S) m'ptom of !>pring fever among college studcnt~ is a lways indicated by a sudden outbreak of picnics in their most mn l ign form? vVhat plausible explanation can he given for the fact that we arc all so ~usceptib l c to this mnlady? After considering the arguments for and against, we come to rhe conclusion .that ,it is mcrcl) one of the pcn·crsitics of human n:tturc for which there is n<) legitimate excuse. For viewing matters in the light of "pure n·ason" and common sense, picnic.:; are without justification or absolution. Yet ho\1' triumphanth we flaunt an invitation to one of rhe.,e feasr-. in the faces of our le:-.~ fortunate sisters and \\'ith \\·hat hilarity \\-e begin the formal round of preparation that always marks such an expedition. The first step concern.:; the n.·.-urrection and renovation of our picnic garb. For such occasion.:; ever) girl ha~ a -.et and unchangeable type of costume which always includes some form of middy and from which ,he ne\rr varies. She may be the resplendent miss in stiff!) .;rarcherl white or, as in mr case, a dilapidated woolen skirt, an antiquated flannrl midd) and a felt hat mar completr a picturesque if not a beautifying co~tume. At last the Saturda) night precedinjr the picnic arrives, and we ~aily trip on the light fant:lstic toe unti l t•b:en-thirty, little deeming or long, long remembering that tomorrow's revels be!!in at seven-thirty A. ~I. On our return from the dance, a search for the alarm clock ensues. Afrer an hour, we find it on S.'s dresser besind her f;1mi ly portrait. Then follows one of the most difficult steps in thr who le prncecdinJt, the disposal of the alarm clock. Each of us in turn affirms thaL rhe ticking keeps her awake and declares ha inability to hear the noisy and belligerent alarm. But finally the clock, set for six-thirty, is forced on the sma llest picnicker, and we troop off to bed, to be awakened, not by the alarm, but by the door bell. It is discovered to our chagrin and surprise that our swains have arrived. \Vrist watches are hastily consulted, and the hour is seven-thirty A. ~I. Enmasse we rush for the guardian of the clock to find her peacefull) sleeping, having neglected to wind the alarm. \Ve hastily scramble into our clothes and hasten to the front porch, where our host:; arc impatient!) waiting. \ Ve next proceed to the general assembly ground and behold a h:t) rack, an auto truck. and two pri\·ate cars. I r would seem that an unkind fate must always mark us for the ha) rack \' ictims. Slight wonder they are called racks, for we feel assured ther must have been close!) related to the Spanish Inquisition. Finally two larcrs of Jolly Good Fellows arc packed in the vehicle ancl somehow \\'C always seem to be the

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After a dust} ride of ten miles we arrive and unload, only to have some

cnthusia~tic fiend lead u.; t\1'0 miles up the ~trepest -.ide of the mountain, through

hru,h, over fallen tn·cs and jagged rocks tn the final rl'~ting pl:tcc. l~.,hausted we fall to the }..'TmJnd and discove r that it i'-rainin:,!. But "irh undnuntccl spirits we consume gallons of bitter black coffee, indigestible roa't wcinic .... salad, sandwiches, sour pickle-;, icc cream and cake. At last, havinf! 'atisfied ourscl ves that nothing in the form of food remains, we consider our fir~t dut) done and tllrn lO lighter consideration~. After supplying the chaperones with a ma/.!ilt.inc and shclrn, the couples take po:;srssion of the mountain side, only to return to rmnp ;H rvcntide, soaked. bedra)!~lrd, tin·tl, dirty, but happr. \Ve pile into rhe ha) rack, the icc cream freezer resting lighdy on our toes, and noting with satisfaction tht· imp:tircd condition of the mi'S in white. \Ve arrive home long p:t.~t the appointed huur, utterly exhausted. 'l ct 11c smilin::ly declare that it has been The One Da) in our lives, and it is a ludicrous fact that we mean what we sa}. 'Vhat makes u:> do it? "\Yhr do 11·e endure the agon~ of earl) rising and the discomforts of primiti,·c tra1•el for a rainstorm that could be bettu cnjo) cd at home? \ Yhat makes us willing co be torn. scratched. and brui'<'d? \\'h) do we welcome the perils of dust, the practical joker, and spotted fe,·er? \\' h) are we 11 illing to risk snakes, woodticks, and bugs for an indigestible meal on a mountain, when we might be enjoying in ~ub~tamial and solid comfort a well conked dinner arounJ our own table? The solution is be) ord me, and I can onl) offer the folio'' ing in hope that it ma) bring some light to bear on the subject: "To one who has been long in cit) pent 'Ti, very S\l' eet to look in to the fair And open fncc of heaven--''

l. C., '22.

ComifUL H ome Coming home early one summer morning from a night spent m the country, the quil•t ordcrline-.s of the shaded srreer impres;;ed itsrlf upon me. The houses, which before I had never considered beautiful. seemed no1\ to radiate thl· ver) spirit of romfort and homine"~· The green vines charitabl) hid the old glaring uglinc~.;; of hou>-e ... built when gables and can·ings were thr fashion. The lawns appe:tred ne,·er "0 neat a~ then, flecked h) the sunlight through the tree:'- into ;;pots of light<> and dark grt.oen. A child played upon the la,,·n wirh a magnificent white collie dog. And t ;l complete the picture mr ~!other stood .;;miling, watching for me at the door.

E. W., '23.


Disillusionment One day I bought me a m:w spring suir. One of those late modd~ \Vith lots of dass. l t haJ a split skirt With a row of buttons. The kind You see on all the new crearion~. I met A little bor \Vho stared, And stared, And then offered to button it for me. The next time I get a new spring suit I'll get one That doesn't need buttoning. G. B., '22.

Forest Moonlight Dt•cp, stagnant pools of darkness, touched here and there by frail shafts of \'CIIow I ight.

Rought, gaunt, jagged rocks; silver palisades of fairy's making. Crystal W<ltl•rfalls, bedecked with jewels, shimmering spra~ s, like bursts of laughter. Dull, droning melodies of unseen winds; Pale white-faced flower:- ghost-like in their splendor; Soft, o;ilrnt tread of padded feet; a flickering flash, a firefly. Pale, cold moonbeam,. drifting through tht· broken arche~ like :.hreds of happ) dreams. Lo\\', gurgling melodic· of unseen 'Yater: A crack. a ru-.de, all is still and 'tis nightfall in the fore~t.

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A ShootiTJJL on Whitney Bottom Lt was late fall. Every morning the sagebrush and willO\\ s were CO\'ered with a glistening coat of frost. The little eddies along the river and ~he bayous and S\\·amp~ were covered with a thin coat of icc. There had been a plentiful fall of rain nncl the dust which had swept back Mel forth on the burning summer wi nd and had hung da) after day over the prairie schooner or tllC solitary horseback rider was firm ly settled for the winter. This night the moon shone brightly from over the Boise mountHi n ~. In two hours it would he settling behind their snow-capped peaks. Under its influence the Snake river could be seen shining through the break:, in the hills for several miles up and clown the valley. Back from the river ran ·the bayou.;, cutting the bottom into several distinct fields and in high water making pas~age from one bank to another impossible. \Vandering about aimlessly in some rude willow and sal:{ebrush corrals were lean steer' and horse:., the gruesome sear of recent branding plainly visible even in the moonlight. The sagebrush and bunchgrass cast shadow~ that filled the mind with apprehension which rapidly ga,·e way to fear in the heart of a stranger as a coyote on a distant hill set up a dismal cry, full-throated at fiN and rising higher and higher until it broke in a melancholy quaver. This would be an-.wcred from far and near until the air rang, and one would swear he could make our the forms of the beasts slinking b~, and would jump violentl) when a jackrabbit ru.,hed maclly from cove1 :tt too cl.osc an approach. Back from the river about two miles and at the mouth of a gulch, where the hills rise rapicJly from the bottom. stood a little one-room shack. A light was burning within and cast a bright beam out of the one curtainles:; winclow, f:dling on a well, fitted with bucket and windlass. and sc,rcral saddles and packs clumped on the ground. A few stunted poplar trees were m:~king a heroic effort at life, though their neglected appearance gnve evidence of the spasmodic attention they had receiv<.'d; they told a story of some one's hope w hui lu a home there, and how early that hope had been destroyed. lnside the house two men were at work, one was shaving, while the other was getting supper. Both were young and dressed in overalls and flnnnel shirts and highheeled cow·boy boots. There was silence for se' eral minutes, then the man at the stove drawled: "Pard, we\e made a good hauL \Ve can take our stuff in tomorrow nil!ht and sell it and then clear out. I reckon "·e\·c played c1ur hand here about as long as we can." "Yes," replied the other, ""'e can't lea,·e too quick for me. lf it wasn't for your damn . tubbornness we'd be out of here tonight; no rea.;on, either, except your wanting to get in a couple of more steers; a steer more or le$S ain't goin' m make anr difference with us, :md mr bone:; crave a change." The man at the stove thoughtfull~ turned the bacon over and over for a few

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minutes, then ~uddcnlr turned square on his companion and said: ''Pard, what':. on your mind? You've been a changed man rhe last few months. \Vhat the deuce has happened? You know how you surprised me when you starred in this cattlcliftin~ business. You had better tell me the whole rhint:!;, for you will be a crazy man hrfore long if you keep on broodin' and rhinkin' to your;elf so." The otlwr slow!) wiped his nt7.0r, p11t it in its case and sat down. "Bill," he ~a i d, " I 'll tell you, it won't take long. When I left ~ l innesota two yr:~rs ago T was engaged to be married. 1 came out here to make a stake, as 1 didn't lutvc much cash. \Veil," he pausrd and lit his pipe, "e\'eryrhing went a ll right till last spring, my hopes was high and things seemed to be comin' my Wll)'. I got this shack built, the well clug nnd the trees planted, and had some of my irri~ation ditches dug. \Veil, as I snid before. every thing went fine till last spring, when one da~ l jrot a letter from her sa~ring she had married another man." He pnused :~gain and pulled hard on his pipe for several minutes, then he continued: "1 made a VOW then thnt if f C\'er ~aw her agnin I \\'OU!d kill her. 'Veil. time went on, r got into this cattle business to have something to do; there wa:.n't any call for me to work thi, ranch nny longer. Then :tlong :tbout a month ago I got another letter from her saying that the fellow she had married had left her. She wanted me to forgi\•e her and said she was coming out to find 11ll'." He !'prang to his feet and reached for hi' ~m. "H) God!" he cried, "if ~he COI1ll'S here 1 pity her, for ru kill her sure as hell." He ~tood for ~everal minute:.. hi~ f:1ce working and his hand fingering the trigger of hi:. gun. His companion rO).(' to his feet and in as calm a voict· as he could muster said: "Oh, put up your gun, old fellow, the girl isn't within a thou~and miles from hnr." Just as he spoke there wa:, a. soft tap on the door, it was pu~hed open :md the lamp light fell on the weary, tired f<tce of a young woman. Suddenly her e)CS c:1me to rc<>t on the man standing by the wash bench and the weary look changed to one of joy. ·Shr ~tnnnl forward, hut only one step was taken before the cxprcsliion of joy changed tn 011c of terror. She uttvred a short exclamation and turning, str~rtt'tl to run. A shot rr~n ,e: mat. fol lowed h) <l piercin!{ scream. The girl ran, still scrrnming, Uf' the j,!ulch. the 111;111 follo,vinJ! her. A h·w minutes later, far up the gulch. :mother shot rang out. and nil W:l~ ~till except for tht: lonesome \\'ail of a coyote far up the river. The moon, ncar the hori:.rnn, ca$t a few long shadows be,•oncl the windla~,; and the little treeg, then sank behind the mountain:., plungin!! everything in darkness.

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Thi' nil happened a lonJ.! time <tj!;O. The little trees hn\'C J.!r<>Wn to giant poplar:;, the :ohack ha, J?:One to ruin :md onl) a few boards remain; the ~agebrush hns been large!) den red aW:l). and it is onl~ occasionally that the once familinr Cr) of a coyote i:: heard . But one thing remain~ unchanged-just as the moon sets behind the mountain a shot rings out from amon!! the poplars and is followed by n piercing scream, and a ,,·hite figure runii up the gulch follo"·ed by n man \\'ith a gun. A few minutes later another shot ring:. out, then all i~ still. The moon cast-. long shadows beyond the poplar-; far townrd the ri,·cr, :mel then sinks behind the mountains.

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Fudge The ~tOT) of the college girl 'Yho, when she is first married knows how to mal:c nothi ng edible excep t fudge and salad dressing, is one of l'he srnndard subj ects of hu mor. If, ho wever, the makers of American humor did but realize the importa nce of fudge in college li fe they would never again touch upon the suhjN:t o f fu dge making with levi ty. O n the orher hand, i f the faculty hur realized the importance of f udge and fudge makin~ a course in it wou ld be su'bstitutcd for chemistr)' in the H ome E conomics Dcr an ment. A girl's reputation is m<1dc or lost on her :tbilities as a fudge maker. lf a boy de~irrs a large plnce in a girl's heart <1ll he has to do to gain it is to praise he r fudge and she is his for life. lf he doesn't care for fudge he must acqui re a taste for it; if that is im possible, let him see the Dean of the Faculty and chant-,rc his ~chedule.

R. :\l., '23.

The Old Road Did you ever wa nder down an old counrr) road just at twilight? T here is an of happi ness and peace in the country- the whole world seems open to you - to remembe r or forger. In the distance you can see an tlld farm house a lmost hidden in the thick trees; there is a bright light in the window and a blue curl of smoke softly stealing from the high red chimney. You can almost ..;(•e the dear mother, in the kitchen, preparing the e\'ening meal for her lo,·ed one~. It is ju.;t light enough to distinguish the large, grassy law n. in front of the hou.;e, sprinkled with flower beds and bushes. A shepherd do!! is anxiouslr waiting at the gate for his master. Y cs, it is a perfect home; you want to walk up ro rhe door and enter, hut a turn in the road ends your happy dream and you follow the old road with only memo rie!'. atmo~phere

F. H ., '23.

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The Gem of the Mountains The Gem of the .Hountains, published annually by the Junior C lass. i$ now regarded as a permanent Idaho institution and adds the fi nal touch of the college year. The book portrays, both in pictures and print, the t路hicf events of the college year, and records all leading activities. Tr supplies for the student a permanent memory of his colle~re days and is an in路 valuable keepsake in later life. The staff is elected by the class. and is direct!) re~pon~ible for the editing of and the sale of the book. The fir~t edition of the "Gem of the ~Iount:tins" ll'a$ published in 1903. and ~ince that time a ,路olume ha~ been publi~hed each )Car.


liOl:ll<•r 0. ClarkE' l~oran

Hutb<•rland

l'.wnn,.ll·onl

norr

Cline l'riM'tor

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Wood <;. Taggart <'hrl~<mnn

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The Univers ity A rgonaut The l ni\(•r-;ir~ .r\r;!<Hl;tut i~ the official puhlit-arion of the student hod~. The editor and bu-;im•,, man;L;!er are electt:d h~ tlw ~ttulcnt hod) and havt: full control. Last fal l tlw p;tpt~r ;:.rarrc-d the year with a sraff rhat as a " ·hok wa~ almo;r entirely ignorant of the ne\\'~(':aper g;lnlt'. An efficient staff wa~ snon d(•vcloped through tht• new~ writin~ cia~~. h<>Wt:\'t'r, tl'H i the paper soon took un a prufe~o;iunnl air. Thi~ ~ear the constitution of the A. S. U. I. ha" been amended so rhnt the ediror of the Argonaut holds oHicc tor onl~ one ..eme.. ter. after \\'hich the <t)o~nciatt· editor automaticall~ raJ.t-.; hi~ place. lr is hoped that rhi~ "ill in the futun• forestall any occurrence of the editor hein:r elected h~ a political machine without an~ thought ot his abilit) a~ a llC\\ .;paper ma1. a:. ma) han~ ht:en the case in past year;;. Another innoHLtion rh:u ha.' been started thi~ ) ear i,., rhe plan of ~ending the Argonaut w all tht: alumni. \ Vhrn the maili1ig li~t j, completed it is expected that the number,; wil I hl' up in rhe rhousancls. The sentiment has been often nprc~~cd thm much \'red it is due Edirnr I,angroise and Husin(•,:- '\lanager :\lcOcvin fo1 thl' ~urno.;;-: ol rhc paper rhi~ l(:~ar.


McOcvllt

swan~trunt

Langroise Mc•l'lttre suthE'rland

;\1. .lont·H Mct'o.llle

<:.Gill

c'1\llnway <'lurkt.'

clr!ord

~lalker

J:oa!'t

.Jnck,.on lltiHtle

\\"htte

One lllllulrcti ScviJnly-uiuc


r¢rlvnlfy

88.Coach

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Ernest"

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H rmdr,·d Eiglrt}•

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OJVANIZATIONS Out• II ttutfrnl IJ.iy hty-o 11 r


The Executive Board T he E:-..ecuti\ c Board was or~;anized ~i multa tcou"!) "irh the fou1dittg of r;tc A. S. U. L I t i.. compo:.ed of repre~earatin· .. 1rom the \'arious activitie~ the .. rudent bodr officer~ and a f:~culty member. Thi.. board ha~ charge of all the di~buN.'meu~ oi ~wdent-;' fund~. re.;ulting from the n:!!;i~traticn ll'<.'. tran,.acr..; all general ~tmlent hod) business, and nets a~ a courr of arbitration of di ... putc..;. The A. S. U . l. includes all students in the L nivcrsit) . a member-,hip f~·e of five dollars being co llectt'd each semester, upon re~i..;tration. The fee entitles the l;tudent to a pm;s to all activities financed by the A. S. U. 1., a sub:>rription to rill' ''Argonaut," the U nivcrsit) ..;rudcnt puhl ication, and <lllow..; the pri\ ilegc of \'Otinj!. The general election of officer, i-, held in :\Iar of each ) ear.

T H E OFFTCER$ OF I<JJ9-20 President . \ 'erner R. Clement-, Vice Pre~idt'IH ........ H Q\\ ard Staplc·s Secretary . Ruth Bl omqu ist Treasurer .......... . ........ AI.tnilla Reed Debate i\ I anag~·r . ............... .. ....... Ch :~rlcs Darling Glee C luh ~l ;w agrr ......................... . ..... ....... .. Ru,sell Scott Argonaut taff . .. ........... .. ........ ... . .. B. A. :\ l c Devitt Athletic ~l anagcr T. D. :\Iatthcw" F aculty :\d\ isnr .H. T. Lewi'

o,,.

fl rmtlr.·d F.irJilly-/r,••'


Lewis

Matthews

McDevitt

!:Staples ,

Hlomqul!<l

Reed

nu,路 I !~t~rdrt'ti Eiyilly-t/11 ,.,.


Stan<IIK I

Briney

Md•:a<"lwrn

Veterans ' Vocational Club Commander .... ............ ....................... ... ...... .. ......................... DI:'wey J.'. Standi~h Vice Conun:1mk·r ............................................................................- ....... \¥. C. 1\ l c l~:trhrrn Adjutant ........ . ..............-............................ ...... .... ................ ....Hal ph S. llri~to l As~istant \djutant ............................... .. .................................... Glen 1 ~. lll:u·kll•dgc Sergeant-at-Arms ... -........................... . .. ... . .. .. .. .............. ........... E. 11. llrincy The Veteran~· Vocational Cluh i~ an ur~anization cnmpo~ed of ex·sl.'n il't• men \\ hn were disabled in the TI.'C<'nt 1\'ar on account of 11 omub.. "ickne$:. or injur). :md who are uow in training undn th~: >'Upen·bion oi tlw Federal lloanl for Vuc.:ational Education. These men arc in the UniHr~ity Ior the l.'xprc~s purpose of \'Ocational rchahilitatmn, hein~ disabled to such :~n exll'nt that they arc unable Ill pursue their former occupations. A permanent organi7ation was cstahli~lwd in Jnnuary of this year, and in February a club house wns secured and officers clech·d for the rns uing ~rmes t cr. r>can F. G. ?11illcr, of the Sehoul n[ ForeMry. was elected faculty :Hh-isor. The corollnwnt of the Clu h will be lnrger \1 ith til e beginning of the conling year, a~ number of 111<'11 have nol yet been placed in trainiug. This audition to the mcmhcr,.,hip oi the duh "ill a'~urc a strong organiz:~tion in the:: future.

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011,· f11111drrd Eighty-four


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l•}<llly \\ ll•ltnan

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0

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Standi!Oh

.\icb:achnm Uctlwell

Hell

Huder,.,on <'. \\'lgldn"

lltacklO<Igo Wll<lman

ltoberl!4 !Orene~·

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Jtvr u~

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Y. W C. .£4. OFFTCERS r.rargrl'l llyr nt·s Olin• i\krritl l'h} J1j, I >rinnl l.da :-;ahi11

l' rc>id Lnl ·- ....... .. \ 'iCl· Prc~idcnt Sl·adary ... Trca~ttrcr C.\1\IXI~T

Snc:ial l'inancial . l'uhhc:n' ~c.dal

Srn·icc • \\ o>rll Ft•llnll•hip :\IL·l•tin~-t' .....

(),,. 1/uutfr,·d /!iyll/y-.ri.r

.\I ar~o:r~:l (),t rnnt lldl·ll .Jnhlhnll :\I anon lh rnc~ \'in.:inia \lacRac llcrmc:c Curndi,on . :\larjnnL' Smnh


Home Economics Club OFFICERS l'n:sill<·nt . \'k~: Prt•,idc Ill

... . L<·ta S:dnn Svlvcna Pc:rliam:.:. (;tad\ ... Clark,· 1'otl; Thoma,

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S~:cn·tarv

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Rut II lllomqui;.t :\ I ild n:d lircnch Sa r:d1 ~cll lctun E th el Hahcock Claclv~ Clnrk'· Vir,.:lnia lkrntott Kat h r)nc Junge O live ~lcrritt

.MEMBERS no na Egga n Elc:~ n or Fletcher Bern ice Glcasnn ~ l a ry ll aymo nd

Iks•ic: X e\\ 111a11 l'a ul inc

f~i<:l'k

!'oily T homas \' <Tna \Vilkinl>n n

:\Jaric llunt

Ed 11a (;t>dd:ml

:\ I:tr garcl Ost root Jre ne P lummer Syi Yc na Pt'c hanec

1.-r<.:da Core

.\ !arion Ft':ttlwrstnll l' I h·li:n Ram~<:\ lknha l~ct•dcr

:\Janilla Reed

:\ !:try SatnHJ<·r,

:\om ttl CowAill

Ruth Scott c,•nrmlc Sabin Cora Salt<.:r Franc<•, \\'ilt•\· Freda .\ugu~tinc: llarriettc Xeadllc

\ l:tl1cl Sinclair lttttr \V\.'l'tl t.'olt-tk \\'olfl·

I n:nl'

Jnhn;.ton

( ;c:nC\ h:\t' ) IIIIC> :\l:tq~;arl'l ..\lunru

<;]ads, Sl·c

J.,·t:t S<thttt ~ora Yarh•m•u~lt

ASSOCT -\TE ..\1£:\!RERS

.\I i ... s II nk :\J,,., L~·ih)

\lis.; Lewis ::\llss Jensen ..\ri~~

:\I is- French ~I r-.. E. J. Iddings l\1 r'. F . •\. Thomson

.\Jj,, 1k-..; .\I r-.. ( ,.,...,

Palmer

llOXOR.\RY ..\IE..\lRF.RS Mrs. J. IT. John.;on ..\Irs. 0. S. Fletcher

:\lr-.. C. l" \'ittnnt ~I r~.

J. \.

],u-,talc:k

:\ I r'. C. \. \\'ri~-:ht

Ou,·llullllrrd Ti.ighly-SC'i'C/1


Economics Club OFFICERS FOl{ l JHST SE:\1 ESTER

Vin·- Prc:,dclcn l ....... .. ................... St·,·rctar) ....... . ·1 n·a:.u n•r

1.,11 :\lurri, . 11 ow a rei Cau1phc ll ... La Dt·s..,a II all

.... lloycl Cnr nc:lhcm :'-IDIIH· RS

1::11 :\lorrio; Fr~·cl :\Turph) )t•;ul

II. ·\ncuncb nu Eula lladgc•r ! lar ry Haiaw

\lu larkc:y

\ II. 11il l'11S Clarmcl;1 Hocllc:r

Carl :--.ag-d E. (;. :\ankcn•is L. \\ :\a.;h :-iklla '\"cbun h. '\l'ldancl ll<·kn Oaklc1 f'Jn·IJi, Orio~.l \d;, Pnvn Cnra Salt~r '1. Shrnnt7 l.nllic: Smith l·n·cl.c Snuic:n

Fln·ta l: n·nnan

\\' S. Hri,o.:u lie)\\ ani Camphdi

C. Cari,on

0. c; Ch ri,mau [)(In Eagit•,Hn

(;, C. Evans Elliot l::.cn!s :\1 Fanning F1·angdine Flt•mmin!-( I ;c:raid Friedman 0 Garrison C. \\' Cc•rlnu~h (;,·r;d<l Gill L. llall

<;,•.,rgo: Space:

.\lieo: Swanson Paul Sodt•rll\' r; t ;ail

Taggart

(;race Taggart

:\I arion Tipton


\\ ood

Taggart

t IFFICf~R~ FOR SEC0XD SE.\1 FSTER

(,ank \\'um' Carl Carlson (;race Tas;(J{a r1 I r~·nl' l\lc 1-.ay

l'rc'illcnt Vice- Prc,i<il·nt Secretary ... Trt-;hun.•r l\11~.\lllERS

OF CLUJ) l n·no: Collier Ernes t Lindlc1 Stanley f'hi ll iijt>i :\l:ulgc W ill in ms ,\laric lluuuncl

Jack ll ;1sfurther .\lice ll ankin•on I' I L I lull Elra ll unll'r

Ted llcgc N, J, Jacobson Roscoe ] one"

II. L.

Tor~on

J oc Whitcomh

jwm Kendall

Lillian \iVhitc L K. Whittier W. C. Williams W. Ga rdc \V ood !\irs. Edith Thoma~ \Vm. Stenger Agnes Sweeney ~!iss Grace Ball Ed Foran Professor Lewis

A. A. Kitmcy 0. \V. Lemon

C. R. Leighty Horton l\fcC:tllie Trene ~fcKay

Gladys MacRae M. B. Macey

M. E. Malige V. Miller Leslie 2.Ioe

Professor Brown L. W. :\forris

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llyrnN•

The English Club OFFICERS l'n·,jd,•nl . \'ict l'rcsidcm

:\ Jar) :\ld"'nll.t Cail ' I ag)!art ;\ 1:1rion lly rnc'

S<'<T> Lary :1 1111 Tn•:1~t1n:r

1/nll/t,·t-.~111/' t

""'"liu,·,·

\'t•rl Oli\'Cr. Ch. I'll\ 11is Orford \l ;lrit· \ntkr,un JJau l Rowell

l'rti!Jroll/1 ( tlllllllillt'L'

,\lt•rcl'dt•s Jnm·<. Ch. lut'z San~cr

T11<'7. Callnw:n lblph 1):1\'i,-

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ll1111drnl \ill,' I.I'

CO:\J:\1 rTTEES 1)l'tlllllllif Cnmmi/1,•,· Ernco..L Pot•. Ch. \I khuc l Thnuwlr ( ,Jatlr' Clark lldt•il JolnN•II Commi/1,•,• E "-· l.imlky. Ch.

OritJillrtl ( t•lll{'ll.l'll/1111

:\[arinn Chuhhuck Phillip Tluck \1 r,, Kj<"lll'''


The English Club Thi:-.) Cl!r of I 920 is th~ 1-tth year that a group tlf studmt!> intnc~tcd in literature· and dramatics lws b('cn numb,·rcd among the organizations in the Universitl' of Idaho.

In 19 13 a n·orj.!anization of the CJriginal infurmal group \\a~'> effected under rhe c·ncouragemcnt of Dr. •\lo01·e, .'\liss Brashear and :\Ir. Lt:hman. The chid aim, however, t"<llltimwd ro ht· "ro stimulate interest in good dram:1, ro crcatt• a rlwatrc in 11hich tu prcs~nt e'\<tmple, of the best Englil'h pl<ly:.. and w uphold rlw high standards of this form of entertainment and in~trucrion." fn i<JI7-IS, \\'ith the introduction of ~Hr. G.

:u .

:\liller a, head of tht• Oepartnwnr of English, the purpo~e.~ and membership of the club wen· J.,rrl·atll broadened. l ' mler the new con-.ritution all phase,; of student intcre-.r which might look to the department for encouraJ!cmcnt were co-ordinated tor mutual hrlp. The :nember.;;hip j,., honor:try, C\tended as a reward for special :tbility in English 11 ork. or for ~en ice compatiblt• wirh it,. lim· of interest. :\ rajor o;tutlenh nne! in,trunor-. in rhe uepartmem, the dchatin~ team~. thr editorial :miff of rlw Argonaut, and tlw "Gt·m of thr :\ l ounmin~". nwmlwrs of the casts. nnd du.· proclurin~ ~raft~ arc entitled m enjoy its privilcj!Cs.

Tn its practical :tspccts the three standing commincc,. typify the activitit::; of the Club. The Dramrttic Committt·c ye:~ r lr selects and produce.; plays, drawing the personnel from the club and rhc student body. The monthly llll'cting-s are in the hands of the program cmnmittce. 1t is their 11 or nwrc ly informato r). They try to aclu to the t•njoymcrn uf the members in vilrious extra da~sroom ph;~sc-. of writing, of ~peaking, of dramatics and of literature. rnclc:nror not to make the nwctin)! "hig:hb ru\\'

The Original Composition Committee encour:tge!' rhe e'l:ercisc of oriJ.!innlitr our.;;idc of the classrou:11 in the direction of the indil·iclual inrerr-;r. The sun·es~ of the duh in the winter of 1919-:2(1 and thr <'nthu~i:Nll of its members promi'c' for the cluh a permanent and enlarging place :tmong the ,tudent :tctivitic-; of the lfni,·er.;it).

Otrt' 1f1111tfrcd 1\ illrly -ou,·


The Associated Miners Affiliated Jun ior Society of T he i\ merican lrN itutc of ~'linin ~ and l\ h :tall urv;ical Engineers. T he A~ot·iatt·d :\Liner, or ":\ f ucker:- Club" i,. one of the olde,;t oq.ranization; in the l:ni \'ersit}. The cluh meets t\\ ice a month for hu,inc-;-,, profc;;,ional ami -.ncial J)Ufi)Ches. Papers are pre-.entccl hy the students, faculty ami \ i..irin:r en~neers. OFFI<'I HS Ch;1rle~

Prc,.idcnt ····-·····-····· V icc·P rcs idcnl . ...... ................................... Sccrct;ary-T rcasurcr

C.

Hurgh~·r

Justin B. Guwcn John T. :.\lcCo~<: rll

FJ\CULT\ ~~ E:\llll RS

Fraucr-. \

Thnrw;rm

\

\\' FahrCJ.t\\alol rl \\·r Steeg

D. C. Lil"ingston

l

CharJe, C Burgher Ru-.scll DociA"C Hmwrs Edwin Vincent Foran JU'> t in H.1 ron Cowan l..:c•nnclh :.\J. TTunll'r Walter ! lo rton :McCallie Wm. L(cillt Tfoming J oh n Thomns :.\1cGovcrn Ell wood Rohl·n. \\' crry C..\rthur Sargcm fo'red 11 Bradbury

Emerv L. Uri,cn<• Jamc~ .\lien .Rrnwn J.t.,Jwn ::\fauhc\1 Cummiu,

.I L. Ebert L~

nn F letcher lh:rscy \ Ita,., lioggarty I krhcrt Leland Pmn·ll

l.l"ll ( oOrdon Prn\·n~l \rJ,, I. \\'e:wer

Charles \\'inkier l{idtarcl Roos Tnrnhull Si!,!unl L. SamJhPil

FELLO\\'S L . . \ . Gr:tnl

Rnht'rt B. Eldl·r

. \ rthur Pip,·r


:\lel'auley r.ow~r11

Brisco!' Cummings

Provost

Piper McGoYern

l路'OIItlT

SamJ)son li;ersey

Hnrgent

\\"erry

l lunter Berger

llrown

011c lllmdrcd Nill<'fy-llm:.:

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Associated Foresters, 1919-20 OFF ICI·I<S 1-'r.:..icknt \'ic.:- Pn·.. illt·nt St'cn·t:t ry-T rc:a .. nn·r --· ...................

l>;uud. '\ ,·ru Farr,•ll

:\fE:\IP.I;;RS OF CLl' l\ IL l1:1rcn \lvu1 :\ 1. :\ Jason 1t c-rm:111 B:lllnwn ln·iu ?I I, :\ Lasscv C<.'ci l C. Brockman ll e11rv W. l\rm: Carl II. nrown llan·cv T. :\Jelick ]<•o,s.: L. Dcdwl'll \Vm. i~. Miller Frank Brown Edw:ml [. Xero \\'m. H. Buckin~h;un ITc-nl}' Q. Xicol c;;d,• H. ChamhL·rlain Canhon R. Patrie Fr('c) B. Chaml" rlain Raymond E. Pctt:rson Glen R Core Ccor~l' F. Ram .. hurg Flovd :\f (,1"i11 Clyde E. RedingL·r Sill;ll'Y \\'. Crn-.-. Jack \\'. Roclnl'r \lh, ri S. ]);mit•lo; C.:cil RYan ] . R. Driscn lblph Space J;unt>s \V. Farn:ll l;rancis E. Shetll'hL· r~t·r Leslie: E. Eddy llow:trd \V. Staple-; Kru l ll'LIL D. Ed\\'01rd~ John \V. Stnneman Clamor r [, G:l\'i II \\'i ll arrl S. Storms P01ul II Gerrard Erne~! R. Vick Rob~rl E L<.'itc:h F.: \'e rctt F. \V ;tl kc r Frnc.. t R. :\lartin \lhcn C. Whitc.: \Villiam \\' oi£L·ntkn Jl;~ro l cl

I h~t• !lundr.·d .\ iutfy-four


f>l'IH'('kO

Clint•

llubson

.John!<C>n

\l'eau••·

The _//g Club Of'FlCERS Prc~ident

Vice Prc~iclcnl .. Secretary .. Treasurer Harn'st Qucc11 ...... .

\. ncncckc Rcubo.:n John:,1111 <>~rar R. \Vcavcr • John F. Cline Claire llob~on

\\'Ill.


The Ag Club The Ag Club is one of the oldest oqrani'l,ati.ons in the Un ivcrsit).

Jts member-

ship includes all studcrm regular!) enrolled in the Co lkgt• ot Agriculture.

lts pur·

pose is to effect a unity of action among the students of rhe Coll ege of Agriculture and to preserve and enrich the traditions of the college, to promote ~oud fell O\\ ship among its members, and to control all matter" of special intere-;t to the Ag o;tudent-;. The a'$Ociation ha.~ had chartre of the "Ag Ba,d" :111cl the ".Ag

JudJ.6ng

Day."

Through the A~sociation, prominent agriculturists arc brought to the college to speak before ito; meeting-;..

In this "·ar the member" are kept in c 1 o~e touch with new cie-

\'elopments in agriculture .


Bench and Bar Association The Bench ami Tiar ,h,nciatinn was organiz,·.J in 1912. Its n~<-mhcr,hip incln<k, all th~ Cullt:l!;t' nf La\\. Tht· JlltrpP,(· uf the as-,o,·tat tnn i~ lo effect a unit) of action ~tmrmg the ~tudt•nt' :1nd faculty and Ill pn.•s(·n·c and l't1rkh the t r:~ d i t ions of tlw l:tll' st:hool. The :tssnciatiPn has. c .. tah lish,·d and ha" mai nt;tiul.'d ~he ''flonor System" in the law school for "tl·~ral year': is rtspon-;ilJlc for tht• "L:l\1· ycr':, Conrt" and oth~r thing" of benefit tn thn-1.' sttulyin~ la11. It .., thru the associatinn that prominent lawyer,, jntlgc-. and m~n of nut,· in Ia" arc I rnu~ht to the ,chn<)l to ~!X'ak before its meetings and in thts way tht· l:t\1 <chool i-. kept 111 touch with new d,•,·cl upmcnts of the la11· in th~ courts oi thi, st<ll<' ;uvl of tlw tH't~hhorinQ' •tares.

oi the students regular!) l'llrolkd in

OFFlCEl<S Chief J u~ticl' .............................. .. .'\ssociate Just in• ............- .... . Clerk _ . ·---· ...- ... -

\\'m. R. :.\.1dJure \\'ut. Lan~roi-..: R.. hert Flihhanl


De$met Club OFFICERS .\laq~ueritc

t<ricdman Luri e Dad-.

F.\Cl'LT\" 711 r.

Kinne~

\If red , \.

President ..... Vice-President St•crl'\ary Trt•a.;un·r ~JE~IB ERS ~I is'

J. J. (;ill

Pcr111c;tl Fn·lil'li

11EUI1ERS \V :tii:1Cl' tl:1r11eS \IIK·rtiiW llenqit .\ I:1 rg;t n·t lllackiugl·r Fn·d nradhun C<·cil llrockm;~.n Lt•o llul''l'her Jnhn R llurhidgt• lnt•z Calluwav (;lady' Ch:tmid

Etl

Cri~mnn

l.nla Cri,m:m lliffonl Crcdman

Lucie D;l\ i-. S<trah Duggan james Farrdl \!:try Finegan EYangcline Fh:ming \ln. Furrc'l

Richard J7ox

,\1:1 1\' ~ld\1.'11 1 HI

J anw~

bLiil'l' ;\lntlc (;a il \lti!'S\'T .\lary l'flt•psnn -\gncs Sw~·t·lll')' .\I aht•l Swt'l'lll'\ I lilda l'hnma,· Jean ~~~ nll:trky .\<!cline Hobbins

Fox

\I ).'ox

(~era l d Friedman John Gill (,crald Friedman .\larv llavmond .\I ar.garel. fl cal~ .\lar) llctlton Catherine H.iU Eva Hill Frances Jonc:. Rupert K"ernfif .\Ifred .Kinn<'' ~c:. C. Kinne,:

Fannie Lowe .\larcel .\laligc Hcrnard .\lcDcnll

John Rohhino; Edward SrH.:cht '\atha!ic: Tt•rklcnhl·rg .\lichad l'tcrnc\' \ lu) sins \\' :tJ::"n~r

\gnl'" \Vc~o:tl June F. \\' ~:cd Cokttc \\'nlfc Ward \\'y man

John .\1cGm·crn

Out ffro11lrcd .\'i11cly-uiuc


Xottlcton

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Woman 's League OFFfC I~ RS

Prcsicknt ......................... Vice Prc~iclcm ... .... ......... ... . . Secret:t r) -Tr~·a>urcr

······-- · Lillian W hile Sarah N cttlcton ... Gladys Clark

EXhC.."Tl\'E UO \RD Eula HaclKcr Lucie !Jal'is .\lice Uessec

\l:trian Chubbuck Freda SouJen l..:t I >c~sa Hall


The Associated Barbs T he i\ssocial<'d Barbs were organizctl i11 tlw fall t,f 1916 to unik th<' JHm -fralcrnity men in a grcalt•r bond of fellow~ltip :u1ll 10 keep lh..:m in c 1n~~r touc h with u nil crsily life. The associalit111 h:ts for it5 aim~ a bigger, lwllcr ltlaho, lo ht:lp prnmoh• a l>cttcr ,piril b<!twccn fraternity and nnn [r;tlcrnity 1nc11, 'ttHl la~tly, llllt 110t k·asl. tn lend suh stantial :iid in the movement to proviuc a men's dormitory.

OFFICERS President ..-···· . Vicc-Prcsiclent _ ..

Secretary ................ _ ....

1 rcasurcr ....... . ... • ...

\mhro,;t• Jnhn~ml Ira l-1rgcnt Floyd Whitt.> .. R. \\' Kulburg

Two IIul!drcd One


The Elwetas Fnumil.'tl 1915

Colors:

Purple ami r.olcl.

SEXIORS Ira F. L:tr~-;l.'nl W R. :"l lcCi un·

Cw.ta1 Carl-<un R. ~. L argent IL .\ . ~lt:IJt•dll II . R. King

Clwrlt,:, Str~·dd c r \\'m. 1•:. P\.•ch:tncc

JC\'IORS ) . ll Felton Flnyd \1. Cn,,itt

llarmnn E I lnl'il'r C. II. Sw:m,trnm Rtlyal \ Starr

.\lfrcd Xcbnn

SnPlJI >~I ORES \\alta ·r lll'l'" L \. Sar~<'lll

J:Jill<:' It

llcr

Philip Rohl•rhon

1.. L. Pr<>ut FRESIDIE~

Chari•·" \\'inkkr Cbn· L"l\l'

T·a•o 11 m1tlrrd Two

<Jrin

lll'llrl'

Flmcr \\'yi:tml


:\!cC'Iur~

ll. Largent

Mt I'"' ltl

SwntH<trom Tntâ&#x20AC;˘\'s \\'lnl<lcr

Fellon

h:lng

SlrC'<I<I~l'

L'arlson l'Ol<MilL

I. Largent :\:.-IRon IT~;nry

Starr

Hnrgent \\'ylnntl

Two fltmdrr<l T /w("("


Ridenbaugh Hall Eula Badger Sarah :'\cttll.'!ron

SENIORS Veri Oliver SyiYcna Pcchatll"C

:'.rr~. Edith Thnrna' Cail Tagwtrt

JC~IORS

Jc:metle Cia rk Alia Povey

Leta SaLin Grace Taj:!gert \lice Sbdficl<.l

Freda Core :'\orma Cowgill l\laudt> llakl•r Genevieve I )ant Lila Firkins Thelma [[arc

Lillian llanliman Inc?. Callnwa \ I rl·nc Collier' Phn<.'he Jam• Thml Thnra Jackson Uden }uhn;.ton

Gertrude Sabin EditJ1 Starr

SOPHO:\fOR ES

Julia Brown :\!arion Casey Winifred Chance Xaomi Chapman Hernice Glea~on Edna Goddart ~rary Ilcplon Marie Hummel l\Jarie ltunl Florence Graves Ruth Litton Janice Lowe

T~.·o

Jlull£{ red Four

FRESII:\If.X \-era Lusc llazcl ~larccllu' \line ~I arlin .\lvina ;\(eyer ~riller ~Iadgc Williams

Ruth

.\[arion F(•athcrslone Lillian Fredrickson Emilinc Gilman Jennie Gilman Ethel X els0n Eunice Pit·rcc

lTa rri<·ttc .'\'t>avillc 1 retHictta Pt•aslcv (ilady~ Putnam · l~rnc~tinc Rose Lntt ic Smith ;\[arjorie Smith

Genedcn• Pringle llelen H.am,cv Gladvs Sec · ~J;trvc S:1undcrs ~lab·el Sinclair Ilelcn Stevens Kathleen Stuard Lucie Throckmorton Frances Trimble _\ gncs Weed June Weed Collette Wolfc


.lohnKton

13adger Povey Peasley Cowgill

l'ullh•r :\'l'fi\ll) P

;-\etllcton :\Lartln :-;tcwart

<'l:uk J !are

1-:o~o

nail 'l'agga'Lt.

RheCC!eld

Haker

1Tobso6

Ma.rcellus'

l'umam

. abjn 'l.Alwc

Stc\Var t

Oll\'er Jackson 'l'hrorkmorton

Pcchuncc l'ollowuy

llunt

\\'h!'Pier

Smith

Yarhurough

<Henson

Trimble

T1CJO

Hwrdrcd Fiv,·


l'ie!.' Stev-enR

Chance

J\14'\'o;t•

Siliclo.lr ll"l'ton

Graves

t:<~~lclo.nl

l~reolt>rick~t•n

Prl<'t'l

!'ringle

<:II rnnn

Luce

F••atht•r·... tont> Wllllatnll

Ellis )1. Hunt

Litton

("asey

.June \\' t<'ll


Idaho Independents OFFTCERS Pr,•>itknt .. Vice- Prcsidt•nt Sccrct:cry .. Tn•;csurer ...................... .

Ruth Scntt La l )c,~a I !all '\'nrn1:1 Cowgill Ct•rtrudc Sabin

Tn the fa ll of 1919 thl Idaho Jntltpcndcnts were urganiz,•cl tn prc>ttHHl tlw mtcrc'l' of all non ~ormil) wonwn of the University. Th.: fir-•t ~ocial acth ity of thi' or'(anization w:~s an cntt•rtainmcnt fur ;ell nnn fraternity ,.tudc:nh giH"n in "the "\"'' hut ' I ht• l<lahn lndt•pt•ndt•nt., j., 10 he a pnman<·nt ortt:mizatton, t:ckin~ a part in th<· '"llal and student ac:tiYitit•s of the Uni,·ersit).


" ! '' Club OFFICER" . Crnver 1:.\·an,

l'rcsldl.'nt ......... .

... Erm·-,t Limll<·~ flnrtHII :\lal•C":Illi..-

\'icc- Prcsidcm

I he pttrpo'l" ltf thi, urganizatiPn i-. lrt cncuuragl ;nul im.un: dl'an and pttr<' 'IWrhlll:lll'hin in athlctil'' ;1t th(• UniYcrsi ty nf Ttbho. lla· [Wr,olllll I nt this llfg:miz:Hinn in dndl'S all 111l'll in lhl' instittnion '' ho have hl'cn nf£1cially :t\\'ardcd :111 '"]'' hy the \. S.

l '. [. !liE:\! HERS \\'arn·n Barhcr Ralph Bra~hcars Frank Brown William Cartll·r Robert Cozier ) Paul E,·ans (;ro,·cr C. E,·ans James Fox Richard Fox Tillman D. Gcrl<IU~h I krh<'rl Glindeman

I farn Hartwell '\dson Howard

Tw1• Ilullllrcd l!ir;hl

"-u111l'lh llunter L·] ra I hmll·r ;\ l'il In inR 1ra

Lar~ent

Erm·-.t Lindk,· llnrtnn \1 ao:c"allil! L<·~tic

~loc

Carl :\a~;cll Fdix Plastino

l{oy

Thomp~on

Lcnn Pl·rrinc Sam Stillin~l·r Jost:ph \\'hitcomh


Kappa Sigma Founded December 10, llltl9, :1t the L'nivcr~ity of Virj.'\111ia ~um lwr of Chapter, H6 Gamma Theta of Kappa Sigma liht;tllcd tc;ns C ()/ors:

Scarlet.

\\'hit~:

and Green F~\TRES

(ul.

E. R. Chrbman

Th11111a~

1.'\ F:-\CL'LT.\TE D. Matthew.,

1-.!lward r-1. H ulme

FR.\TRES 1:-.1 e:·H\'EnS£T \TE

J \\ arrcn ( lnl

G.

Barbl.'r

Cltri~man

Phi li p C. Samm>.

Frank }. Blackinger

'>nriors Eml.'r} T. Knud•nn Juuiors Russell D. Bowers

Ralph S Jacobson \\'illiam 1-L L"lngrui'c

C. Robert Hibbard

Latham D. ~'Toorc Lloyd C. Stenger Cecil Ryan john I1 McGowen \\'ant P \Vymau

ScJftlwmor,·s Claude \. 1\fcPher... nn W. C l} de William~

Phil S. Tolman II. X eat Frank .\. Brown .\. !Inward Knud~on l~dga r

\

Pmman .-\twood

L~·o

JI. Buescher llownrd L. Campbell D:11 id T Proctor \\' !lorton :\lcCallio: Gcor::tl' l l. Phcl p~ Henry L. To rscn fra ncis E. Bartlell

Pern· E. O'Brien \shle) II. Bi,·cns

Prcshmeu Pau l F. Reynold:; J :unc~ II. Neal .\lo:xaiHkr ~L Forc>t Ralph ]. Morrow Vernon B. \\'alters Robcn E. Leitch

) . .\llan Brown Leo G. Provost l faro ttl E. Barto Raymond L. Robbins

Theodore E. Holderman Eldred R. Dwight Eugene E. Ostrander

vl' I'II OII T. Palc h Lynn F. Hersey Sidnl'y \V. Cro~s L<wrencc A. Wallace

o~car

c.

Al len

Franci'> C. Shcnebcrger


.\lwoml .fal'llbKIHI

lluet<cher '1'. llolllerman H. 'flrown Rubhlns

lAtnKrOI~e

f'roctor

ltlacklng~:r

~lon! ~lcGowan

.r.

nurlll'll :-:1'111 lllvt·ns

Tur::H!.n

Morrow '\'nlloce ~lwn .. herser

\\'alters nnrto

F. Hrown Hersey 1'1'0\'0ilt 1·~.

Knudson

nuo H mtdn:d Elir.•t:s~


Phi Delta Theta Founded at :\{iama Unin·r~it~ 1kc:emhcr 26, 1848

Idaho .\lpha of f'hi Della Th<'ln TtNallt•d 011 the L"ni\·ersity nf ltl:dtn

Colors:

1\rg~nl

190~

awl \wrt·. ~umber of

FH\TRF~

\ell\ c Chaptcr-;, 84 1:\ V'\1\IRSI'I\TE

S, nims Vcrner

Cl~llll'llb

"'illiam Dem•ck<·

I )nnald F:t~k~Cill Frt'<ll'fick Frh Cia~ ton (,cane

Ernc»t I'm•

Roy Thnmp"lll

J11niors

Ralph Boyd

Br<'~li,·aro,

llri~hant

Robert Cn/.iCt'

Raynmnd

Burhicl~~·

Clifton Creelman .\dolphu~ Greene

Eugl'ne Hart Ralph lJavis .\Iaurice Jack"'" Arnold Brcshc;us

Howard Tin•,hcars S ltennnn n rco,h(.';Lrs Ralph Glasgow Richard lloward

1Jarrold Dt•ck<T 1~1 ra rr unt cr '\ cbon II ow a rd \ I fr~t! J,t ttncy

Sop/uiiiiOr,·,, I<.tynmml Kerin

llnmrr LillflS Harold :\furray Fred :\lurphy Caml'ron 'lkEachcrn

Pn·sltmc11 Rand• 1lph Jcnnt•ss

E1n tcr RniH•rh Smith Frank Youngs \Vall~r

Dan :\fd)nugall 11arold Simon \lhcrt Thompson :\lichael Thnnu:t7. Joe Whitcomb Earl lla~tings

Cltarlc.; Kinney

T1:1 rry Phill ips Ceorge Pearson

11nan Bcdwt;>ll

Port :\ rthur

C J1ar1cs Jcnninl(s Rona ld l\1cNary •\drian >J e1son

C harles Pitcairn Theodore T urucr


l'lt!mt'ltl" H. Ht路l';oiH.>at路~ Kerin Youngs Simons

R. Hownrd

l'oc :-.1. Howard

I路:rh Uultcrl,..

lluntcr

JaCki<OO

i.\lurrar Turnet路

Thompson l'llcalrn

Dcdwell

t.lpvs Hmlth Phillips

.ll.'nnlngs

'\'cii!On

Hart

lli!cker

Twc1 I 11111rlrcd Tlrirtcm


Beta Theta Pi Founllctl August R.

1~39, ;tl :\fiami :'\umlJcr of Chapters. 79 Gamma Gamma nf Bt:ta 'J hd;t Pi Jn,talkd

Cvi01·s:

~hell

Unin~rsity

S~:rtcmbcr

19. JCJI.f

Pink ancl Light Blue

FR..\TRES I'\ Francis Jenkins

]. G

FRATRES

Charles H. Darling A.]. Priest Leslie X. Moe Charles \V. Gcrloul(h

r

\C..l. LT \ T E

Fldridgc

Tillman J) C~·rlonAh

1~

l'XI\'I·RSIT \TE Sc•11iurs

}mtiors Paul H. G\.'rrard Rallmond L. Spau!l'kr Xcil lnmgRussell T. S~·ott Thurlyn Shront1.

Eastnor J oh;ntm·~r,n llcrhcrl Ehcrh.• Lim~> Sanht·r~t

] ustin B Gmn·n

.~oft/111/IWI't'S

Ycrnon :\Iiller .-\be Goff .\lfrcd P. johnson Jr. Lvman Whittier LCland Scott

RoLcrt Wri!(ht George Curti~ IYan L. Pachnham Paul IT. Tlull

Gleun Blacklcllgc William C. Carpt·nt~r Robert \V. Eldriclgc

Curti.; E. ll~·rringtuu Rohl'rt l\f. Cummins l larry Brown

Fn:d :\1

\' \.'atch Ernc,-t Dworak R usse II Pa r~ntt" Tohn Gill Joel L. Prbt Jr.

Frrsh'"''"

E. \\'.

r,,."

P~1rks

Tltwdrrtl Fourlt•'"

Clifiord ).Inc Leslie Stout j(tseph A. Swift Will E. Troy


llar·llng Gowen Eberl~

Veach Hull Cummins

.1 nn~·N

"'Ptttt~lf'r

(ierl<>ugh I t Scott Miller·

Hnnrl hl'r·g

r•.

\\"hillier·

Goff

I Jwork Carpenter Blackledge

,.;lone

11tH·

l'u.~kl• llham

L. Scott

Brown

!';wlft

Eldrlcl~;c

,J<thannet::eu ll'\'ing .J. l'r·iest (;Jll 1-1" rrln gton Parks

Two llrmdr,·d Fi{lu u


Sigma Nu Foumlcd January 1, 1869. al Virgini;1

~I ilita r)

Tnstil11h:

Number of Chnptc1·, 9.3 Delta Omicron of Sigma Nu, Ju,tallctl l\1:-t) ?2. 1915 Colors: Black, \Vhitc and Gold

FR..\TRES IX nn\TRSl r \TE Sf'lliors

Charles C. Gr:ty

Lew E.

\V. K. Xewlaml

Jlfnrri~

WUliam TT. Carder noyde \ V. Cornel ison Grover C. Evans Edwin V. Foran

hminrs Carl F. Nagel Arllmr Garde \""'nod L<>rcn Kitch Albert }. Gra£

Fred E. Graf

Feli x .\. l'lastino Rich:ucl :\1. \¥ cston·r Ken neth l\[. lJunlcr Titus G. LeClaire John Gipson Stalker

). Paul Evans

S<>rhomnr..s Kenneth .\ndcrson Gail Chamberlain Orval Garrison

!Iarl Theodore liege Oan:ucc L. 1fechtnc:r Lloyd D. llibner

John ]. Hasfurther

Earl E. Hunt

Cecil C. Rrockman

.\mancl ]. Kern

Fred B. Chamberlain Harold A. D;trl

Howard McQuai~ William A. Gartin Charles E. Goranson

Howard D. lil·chtner John H. W:ttkins Clayton n. \\" e;.tmcr Jlerhert L. Clin<lcm:lll

FrNhmnl

A rt hur B. Ficke

T-wo /1 lllldr,·d Sixfc< 11

Harold I I. Tf:1yman Rex Kimmel

Leu \\'. Schroeder Otto \V. Schroeder


c:ra)t t:. J•;\"nns

Klwh

C'ar<ler Onrrlson Hayman

Xcwl•nd C'orneJigon T.eclnlr Gllmlemnn

l lnsfur-ther

lkockman

l'la~tlno

l';tlllkPr lo'oran Hunt

1·\ Uraf

.\ . Grar

f~lcke

HI.'Clmer na~·t

t'llnmhorlaln

<:o.rtln Kerr

1'1c:o Tluudrcd SI!Vcutccl~


Sigma _11/pha Epsilon Foun<lccl j\)arch 9. 1856, <Ll tlw l 'nivcrsity of o\ l ab<~ma :'\umber of Chapter, 91 Idaho Alpha nf Sigma i\ lplw Ep~ilon Tm.tallc<l 1919 t ·,.turs:

Purrlc ami Culcl I~

F!{ ,\TRFS

rR

\TRE~

FACl'T.T \TE.

I'\ C'\1\ FRSI1 \TF. Stlliors

L~·nn

Eugene Campbell Edwin D. Peterson

Pl.'rrine

Carl L.

P:~tch

.I 1111 icJJ"S Frc•l Cline I: red StC\\ art ~larcd 1:. ~laligc

\ \' m C. Rutlt>r J larry .\muncl~cn

~lcrritl

ILLrn

J.

Clarke Ru>h Lvlc 111. Colburn Ciarcncc h.. llcrr

S t•/'fl 111110/"t' S

\'. Penwell Fret! X. llolhulfl . \molu II a llinR l'red P. Brandt

Raine

Pun);, \\' Eatnn LeRoy \\'. Thompson

]. U:.wald TholllJl"lll LeRny .-\. Smith Louis" Cac.ly G. \\":urrn \\'cdgwocHI

p,.,.,~lrl/11"11

J [. llnward Gilli ns }"red \V. ;\l:tllsnn

H ubert l\JcNamara Harry l\lt>~sin~-:cr Herbert Powell

Guy 0 . Pcriwcll Kenneth Williams


Butler

(loti(' I'L·rrine

\\"llllntnll

!tolland IIE'rr·

('UIIHIIIl

nato

-n·o t renden

Patch Pt>ter son

Smith

c·a·h· no•lncr

.1. Thompson Powell ::Hewart

:.tnllgc M. l'enweU llran.Jt H. Thompson

t•c·nwell

Two /lundral

Viurll!c'l£


Alpha Kappa Epsilon Foun<lt" l

Co/c11·s:

J mw l.

191.'

Orange and J\lao:k FR.\TRES 1'\ F \lTl.'l.\ I I'

1'1~.\TRES

1'\ L':'\1\

J: I~ SII \T I ~

.'ic•~tiors 1{:1~

Rnht•n llt·ckwith

Cha,,· \\'. Rano:\ !Inward \V. St:ipln

Carl .\ . llnrh J anws I L F ox

!l ar ry II. lla nwt•ll \\'. K,•itl l llor nin ~-:

Phil ip \\'. Buck \ lhcrt S. D:lllil· l ~ Paul i\1 Ellis J a n1l·s \\'. l'arn·ll Rirha rei \. Fn:-. (;,·raJ. I \\'. 1-ril:chuan

C..-r:tltl J. Gi ll Edward \\'. I l u~hcs

\\'tlham S. Rri'c"'' Carl II. Brown (harlc• R. Chirk \ lt·xantlcr Fox

lh·nwrcl Fricclman Far J. Frahm F. Bntcc John-on \\'alncr L. Pl.'tcrwn \\\·,k)· F. Phillippi

\ ).(<'l'

Olin 1.<'1!11

Stdling~r

II. ' I aylor

Juniors l< a lpll R. l<cMcll

\\'illinm \ \'. Suthl' rl:1ml

S nph c/1/W/'c'S lluionl E. Kuhns C. R"'' Ldghtr Oraug,· \\. Lt·mon ~Jar-hall I! ~lac~:y

1.1 11 \\' 1\:hh J(illll W. 1\ ickl·l Stanll'y l. Phillippi l.c•l"dl Smith Paulnll·r Soth-rlt.:r" l'aul I Ro,,·,· ll

Fr.·shmot Vau~o:hn

\ . Prin I"Ju.ma.; X. Sickk-. Ralph S. Hri,tnl Frt·ll lloruing

..


4\ge•o Kuhn!l D~tnlell!

G. Gill A. J;'ox

Brown

Han.,y Hutlwrlnml .Ucekwltll l~rlt•dman

Nash l:r!fii'OO

1'. How.·ll .T. Fox

Stu pi I.'>< Lemon

llught•R

:-lick!! I r-:. Phillippi l•'m.hm

Maeey Leighty

l'elerson

.rohnson

Twu Hw11Jrrd Twc111y-DI~c


Phi Alpha Delta l'rofc~.,iun;al

La \\ Fr.

lt:rnil~.

Fo11111h·d at :\unh,,.l.',ll.'rn l 1nin·r-it).

IX~~

.:\ umhcr oi l haptcr-, 3i ht·nt (h;tpfl·r .,f Phi .\lph .t flclta

( ••/111.1:

ln,t.dkcl

1111-t

()1d {IolLI and l'urplc rR\TIH!'- I'\ 1\L'LLT.\TE

jamL·, j

<;ill

Rnlol.'rl W. lh·c kwith .\. 1' \twnutl

Fn·d C Erh H. •\. \kl>c1itt

\\'. 1<.

~kl'lurc

l1111iors Fn·cl E Crafi

\\'m. II 1 m~rn1-c Emcn ·1 Knud'"ll LYk 'cnl110rn I i. K llniwr

\\'111. C. \kEaL·hcrn I. II. :\ lcGnwan 1:. I>. II ihnt·r

C'ot r1 \. nurke Lalli am C :\loor<' II. Felton

) allll''>

E.

J

!1 II II; n well \ J {iraii l· \1 \\'il~t•n

"-.mliam


Lanl{rOII!e Knudson l\lcCluro .Moore 11 lbncr

l''. Gra!f' Hosier

:Uc l•:Scheru

_'\twooll

l•:rh Colburn

McCowen

Bookwlth Kaufman


Iota Alpha lcua .\lpha i, an organization ui tht .\grrt·nltnral (olkll!<' cll'\'tltt•d to .. timul;lling a high<·r "lamlanl < f ~chnlar,lup ancl to clndoping kacler~hip Jt, mcml~r' art• dto,cn irnm the llj)l)<'r twn-fifth, in 'dwlar,hip ui the Juniot· :mel Senior .:la....e .. \\ hn :trc aeti\'d~ int<·reqe•l in .;lucknt affairs. \t prc.. cnt thi .. ur~tanizarion i,- local. hut ha .. hc<'ll !{rantccl a charter in .\lph:t Z<·ta, om of th< •w o natirnal hnnnrar~ al{ricuhural ir:tll'rniti<·'· The chapl\•r w•ll h<· ilht<tllccl ~Ia~ 10. 1910.

F \lTLTY Dean E.

J

I cldm~'

SE:\IORS F ..\. Pla~tino ,\. \V John;;rm

Ch:cw \\1. Ran<') Cha' Cray I E. Largent R. \\'. !.:11-gent

E. It Camph,·ll Lt•on B.

T;~y lnr

JU~IORS

E. E. Roberts R. \\' Starr

'/ ;,•o II r;uc/l·,·cl I h'l'll ty-(aru·


Hobt·•·t><

.Johnson

rtowt·ll

T~~¥lor

I. Larg..,nt

:;uu·r

Gray

Hnuey

Campbell

l'lastlno


r~-·CI lllllldrcd Twt•lflj'-SI't'Cit


Gamma Phi Beta Fnumlt-ol )\.,, c·mhc·r II. hi4.

;~t

tho· l'ni' n-.it~ , i

S~ r;~ru'.:

:\umlu:r ni t haptcr ... 24 Xi ni C.unma Phi 11.-t.. llbta lk<l :\nn·mlll'r 22. 11)09

L.!llo11'S:

.

Duff and JJrn:1 II

scmoru:s "

l'i\1\'CRSl

r \TE

)uui<~rs

(; l a d'·~ Cl a rk~

ll ~ l c;1 F ra n tz

VirJ:rinia Dermot!

Frc•da Soukn

:\lan:dl's lnm·,.. 1•\•rol I~ ich~ nhnn

t..:ath ryn S ta nford \ 1.' rtk Sa m p~on Ltl~<· l nahcnck

So('/wmor,·s lkrnicc

ll:mlin~

II clcn Bloom 1-::tcanor F:t ri, Ve rn a \V ilkim;on

LL"ah Fari" Flnn·nL'<' \lkhaugb Lvta ! Iarsh L~;t h llorciL·n

I. •ma .\tel:au I k-.il· '\ew man C lar inda Bodlcr Fay .\fnrri s

Fn·slrmcu .\lan· Ball \l hertinc Benoit Bernice Bahcr><:k K;~ch ryn Campbell F loren ce Hoffman .\ lnrga ret Heal~ ;\I ;t rg;~ r o:t .:\ Tnsdl')

Thl.'lm:1 \Id;ce

.\!an· Shurtz

!1.:rna1linl' .\f,.,~r E-.thcr :\lci\IC :\lar~ lh' in~: ... llo:lcn Hoben~ ]l'an Rmdamls

Sclb,· .\lary Ki;.~-r Flnt \ \'ilki1Nm Loh Chrisman ll a111L' Dc(:tmp :\'l'il Ca r~calt<:n

'' i:


:\lrK..rtnn tlru·rllrtK J,. l·'arl>t ::I Il'lh>t• t'hri,.tunn l'!hurtz

\hhllltl 1\Jut·ri~

::11 ::lfotil' l'<llllJ•lo .. J I llt•:IIY lltlllt't"J!<

I· tlltttz l~linh·n IU«•hanl~nn

.Jnnt•s 1·:. Fari!< Ht•nnll

llunumn Ho\\ hllllh<

IHuurn Hahcnck

ttwlng>~

ltt•l'amtl


Delta Gamma Founded in 1872 at tlw lini1 cr~it~ of \I i,,j,-.ipJii

X umb.:r of Chnptcrs, JO ln~talkcl

( o/ors:

Ddta lramma September 16, 191 I

llronlc, l'iuk ami Blue

SORORES IX UXIVERSri \TE s,·,iurs Ruth U. Blomquist .\ l:lrj.:;ln:t E. nyrn~

\larkHt L. Byru, (:ail I I. ragga rt

Fram:~:s T~. Wiley l ~dit h :\I. l)ingle

( •race L. TagJ,1'a rt J<·an I 1'-l'ndal l StlJ>IIumorl'~

Fr;llll'"' K J<m<·s '\;Hiim· L. Sims '\ athahc C. Tecklenburg Julia L. ,\ddmann ~!.trion L. Tipton

Xonna F. L1ngroisc Ruth E. Kmncw-.k\' Inez E. Calla\\ ay •

Franc<·~

)larg<tn:t

Lorine . \. T:l\'cl'

\larjoric \. Smith I knri~:tta ~1. Pea'k' Thora K jack>on · lr-cnc Cnllicr Octal ia L. Gnw,·n

Fr,·slllllt'll Fu:ld Faith )I Xewton \largarct ). Kutncw-.k~ Ekanor G. Fletcher Lilli:m Collins

C.

Q,tn>Ot

Eliz<theth R. \\'omlc; Elaine \\'heeler Doris G. Tipton

Clara E. Jones Carolyn G. LoStan \feria! T.•\tkith l..oi-. I. Par-on-. .-\~ornes C. Pt•tcr~on

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l.(•m•lull 1; Tuf(gart :11. Tipton I 'OIII~!<r

\ tkln~<

"'ool\:;

:\! ll~TOCI' .lone:; ~fo w eu

l'nllln:; r ~ugun

l 'arsonf:;

l'luomqUIH

H. Kulllt"W!<k)' .\ol<'lmann l\1. Ku t n<•W!<k)' I lc H•h<'l'

l'

llli'Siltl

M lh

I'II(S

l~:tu,a.:.l'nlz.;t.• .lat•l;~nn

\\' ilcy Pln~tl<' TPcklenher~

l'oJinwny 1-'IPI<I"

p,.,u~IPy

\\'hN·II.'r I l. 'l'ltlliHI

.lnnt>H

T~<!o

llttu dn·d Clr irl.v-ou.-


Kappa Kappa Gamma Founded at ~lvnmouth Culk~,·. O~,·toh~ r U. l~iO Bt:ta Kappa Chapter ]n,tallo.:<l F~hruar~ .?fi. 1916 _-\cti\'c Chaptt'r'. 46 (·,fell'S:

I )ark anol Lif.!ht Blu<!

F/m,•,•r:

SOROl< FS I'\ I \(Tl.'J' \T F

SOTW I.tES IX UXIVFRS I'I \TI~ .fuuiors

Cc•rn S:dtt•r

~lyrtk (janu c;Jady~ ~lar.: l {;l('

l;kdn IJrcnnan Lucie Drt\'is

Lar

\'~ru

Born:l

Sop lw 111 or t'.1· ~larjorir.: \lhcn Ruth Easle) . \gnc._ Swcctt.:y \larg:m:t Friedman Pauline Rieck 1:::\'andna Rnhcns

\f:lQ Finegan :.\largarc:t Blackingcr \dclinc Robbin' Glad)., Channd

lm·z

San~er

colaclv, Put111an Vir!{lnia \lcRat· Swccm·\ ( olach·-, lla-.ucc;Jad)-. ~lollor ~I a he: I

Freshmen

Sara Duggan

Gran· \'o!{lc,on ( ;};uha llmfidd Irma Spiclhcrg I >oruthy Cage

Fleur de Li-


ltnrrl'l

l'u mnm

C:ano

.\ .

i\1 S:.m~•·r

l>uggnn l'hulllll•l

111t•tUHUt

\", Mcl:tto • Hob<-tlts J•'llllltlj:'UII

~IRlloy

llustl., \'(ij:'t'l"llll

7 wo Jlulltlrcd Tlrirl.l'·lhrcc


Kappa Alpha Theta Founded

] a nu ;~ry

27, 1!:!70. at I >~·tmuw University

Beta Theta C h;aptcr Installed

~ l ay.

1920

Active Chaptl'rs, 48

Colors:

Hlack and Gultl

SORORES IX U:\1\'ERSIT \TE E\·angeline Flemming

.lmriors . \li ce Edgecombe Florence Hauer Lillian White . \lice Bcssce .\ntoinl'ttc Scholl Kitch

•\lice Swauson Lela P:ttch

Olive Merritt Emestine Brcm n Ada Pov~y

Pearl Snydl'r lladlt•y lld~n Cochran Georgia Oylcar Freda ,\ugustinc Poll) Thomas Ernetine Rose Gt•rt rtHie Christen

J\largaret

~lunm

I rene ~lcKa) Irene John~tcn Gladys Beach Eva Xiel Phyllis Orford Lottie Smith

Fn-sltllrr·ll c~orgianne

Suppigcr Helen Oakley Lelia Lyon

n,•o Hwrdred Tlrirly·{ullr

Bethel Collins Babel Paterka Dona Eggan


l:<ll{ecomh L.-:ilcb Urown l'hrl!Oll.'n

t•'ll·mlng

\\ hltt• :--;wan~

on

f'lltCh

I ftllllt>~

.\ugusllue

r.JcKay orronl

H:_luer

tl••:lC'h l'atl'rkn

l'uchrii.JI

ThlliiHI>I ~l'fl ~nppl~t·r

i•:gl(llll

T-.,•o !luudr('c/

Thirl~·-fiv~·


(;ano

h:<'n•lall

Fl•·nung

'r,oggart l'nrl><

:\h'h.t'llllll l!ttth.. r

lla\ i:-::

Sorority Panhellenfc I ll·· \Vnnu:n·~ l'a nh o: ll<nic :\s~Ol-ial i(:ll oi tht l!nil'l'I'Sil~ or ld:du· \1 l iS o rg;lll i red ill JII J2. ' I l:l' JHtrpo:.l' of thl' organiz:ll iPn i:. till rl·gulaliu;.: nf all m.1 l lo·r , nf cn:Hn HIII h.o·n,, t•• 1 he: "'ro r iti~;. 1111 llw l'<II11Jl11~. f.'irs/ ~·<'III<'SI/'1

:\I) rt lc Cam> :\lar) ':\lch.~:aHaa Jean K,·mlall

OfFICl: I<S

:\IDIHERS Ku/'/'•1 Ku/'/'•1 c:amn:a .\lvn ll· (;a no Lt;o.:ic Davi' (,anllllll /'hi JJ,•/tl

"''n· :\lcKcnna rr ...:{nnr Faris

T~,,v

f lunt/r,•d 1/rirl,\'-six

s,...ond

l'r,·si•h:ul . \'io.:~: Pn:si!ll-111 S<·crct<try Tn·a,ur,•r

"II

'"'" ,·s/,.,. c;l.td)' .\kRl·;· :\Jar) :\k J,cll'l 1 Jl·an "cntlall

/'I'll .11/'h<l Fll,'/11 I van~:dim· Flo::nmin~ Flnro·nn· llam·r

(),·Ita (, 1111111.1

.kan J-.,·ndall Cran• l"aggl'r'l


Itt ed

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Haltln

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Huh In

IIHll

Xewman

Phi Upsilon Omicron Profcs,;ional Tlome Economics Fralt'rnit)

( olors:

Fnundt-d at lhc Unil·e rsiry nf :\l inncsnta, F•·llruary 10. 190<) Zeta Chapter .lnstallcd !~lay 22. l91H \ct ivc Chapter~, 6 Alumnae Chapters, S Plm,,,.,.: \'l·llnw :~nd \Vhitc

Vinll•t

110:'\0R.\R\" :\J I\~ I llEHS :\!iss )1.'"1~' :\1 , llnowr :\I iss Xdlic 1b•l1•

:\I i-.s Cora Irt'lll' l.ihh) :\li.;.; \my ~ell)

SEXIORS !'arah :'\\'ltlctntl

:\lamlla Reed

Ruth Scott JL'XIORS l.~·ta

Sabin Oli\'c :\I erritt

SOPliO:\rQRES Norm:t Cowgill Trene John ton

\\·rn:~

\\'ilkinson Bcs,ic ;\c11 man

Two lbmdrcd Thirty-sroc11


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Tnâ&#x20AC;˘a 11 undrt'd Forty


Foreword These arc times oi great ~tress ant! c ha nl!'e, whcrt:in tht: low ly :1rc cott.,tamly Sl'cking tc' O\'t:rcomc tho: mighty. and the mighty are stri ving tn in ~truct thl· hm ly in th e w:ty that they s ho uld go. T herefore we have Rnh:s fpr \ Vomcn, al~o votes, n fnntlty, and A. ] . Priest. The re s ult nf this vast conflict of forc\'s is a gcnl' t·a l r:t~ing of all ~nci al nud sc ho larist ic barrit•ro,. Tlllls we iind confirmed D. G. fu~scr~ accepting (;:tnmw l)h i <li nm·r bids, and st•c the decline of the g rand old tradition tha t 111adc it an hono r to flunk in Chcm. I lumanitarianism m<1nifests itself on every side. 1T11ving t:tken the~c v. eighty mauers into cons ide rat ion tlw "Contra-Frat emit} Snciety f•f the Uni versit) ()f Idaho" has taken it upon itself to rcvolutioniz~ the llltHicrn Greek college sociCt) by :.clling new stamL1nls for the prm•pecti\·e .,tuduth o f tlwir •chnnl, and J.y reYcalin~ the darhr of the scc•ets of their various urdcrs. The various groups will continue to exist as non-sC'crrt organi7.ation~. Tlw cli'110~al ui the ~C'crets will climinalC' :my further ncc<l of ch:~paoncs at fraternity dimu-r,, and chapter rooms. t\11 chapter meetings will he conducted around the "!" b~nch. All pledging and initiator) 'enico.:s will bc conductecl in the L'ni,•e rsity auditorium. Tn collaboration with Prof. Reed. a scrie;; of p-ycholc,gical tesh ha1e h•·en pro.:parecl. the satisfactory fl:tssing of "bich will he taken a« e1·icl<'ncc of till' ~tudo.:nt', ahility tn wkc his )>lace in campu-; lift•. without reference to his high o;c\wol work. 'I he fir't of thc,c tt·sts, to be taken hy all students. follows: .\nswer :til questil'ns in fh·e word;,. more or lc-s. I. \Vho run~ the l11tiversity? 2. Docs anyhody know? 3. 'Vhat is a ru~hcc. a t:O c<l, a pre-med? (See Ca111JlltS nictionnry.) 4. Arc you in telligent? 5. ·what ntak<:s you think ~o? 6. After lt•:wi ng cullcge. do yon intend to tak t• hnsha nd nr .t wife? 7. Tf so, whose? R Can you shimmie? 9. \Vh crd (Auswcr what place. no t· what p;~rt n f the hnd).) 10. What is a date? II. Do yo u con~ickr fresh or st uffed ones ht'ttcr for collcl{c dintJ t•rs? 12. Do yo u like dances? Why? 13. If you :1re a hoy. did you ever attend a ma~qucraclo.: drc>.-.·d as :1 girl ? 14. \Vha t other tight places have you been in? 15. Tf Flecta should get lost, would Ken Hunter? 16. If not, why not? . \ grade of 40 pl.'r cent i~ considered pas><ing. . \ftcr this llrimary tt· ... t has ho.:t·n pas;;t'd. rhc pro~pcct~ "ill he clhidl.'d into group.; ;u."eonling to th~ nature nf thei r answers. and will then he ..,uhmilti:cl to tc•h of a more per~onal nature . •\11 who so desire "ill he a..,kecl to make a choice of Greek letter ...ocicty. Fnr their guidance, the following explanation of the crests of the ,·arious o rgani7.ation5 is offered.

T•u;o Hundred ForiJ•-olle


GAMMA PHI BETA

Tht· l{r:t, y b<l:ll 1\l the tup uf thE' er~>~<l announce"' to ihe \\Orltl that the Gamma f'hl t•ook 1~ the bef<t ev<·r. The open hook I>< It COI>Y or ··snappy Storie;<," from which tht- nrJ:"arti>"Atlon hal< l.'lken the wording ro1· llHl!<l of Its ccr<•monit>s. On the left au: ;.hO\\ n thE' thr"" ft:atlwr tlu;<t..rs, one f01· •·ach noor, "hlch t'\'eJ>' freshman must h•flrn t11 Inhale ><oup with before she can ht lnltholt'ol. Tht' t·mhr>·o moon il'< put Into til<' 1<1\\'('1' right hanoi C'urner tO ><how that tht' :'<l«tt•r>< real!~· h1\Vt• a ,:uhject for th<'h' f,\\'UI'I\t_. !i':On&.{.

SIGMA NU

BETA THETA PI

Till' <Ira""" n t tho l<lll or th(' crest above lnclklttl'>< that thiH particular· !IOCiety Is of l'hlnt·><t" origin. 'Pho culon.••l !'hlcl<l r•emlnols ont' that tht!rc are t\1 o clas:;es In the so· C'il't)', thoH' "ho fuss 11. (;,, and tiHI~<e who olon't. The ~enlcv che"ron bearing the tlu~"' '<!IU'" hn., n double meaning. The <'lll, rnn ll!celf Is romlnlf!cent or the fact that 'e~t•ral or the brothE.'r>< ha\'e, at varlnu,. lime><. t<ervell tt•rm>< In \'arlous city <'«HJh•n;. Till' thrt"('' starR on the ch<'\'rOn r ..m Inti 1he lni;HNI that thl' rounder of tht: frat£-rnll)" wa" "'l'hrE't' $tat· Henne~><e)·."

KAPPA ALPHA THETA

m

.\ t tlw lOI> of this crc:ot or Sl~;m;t :'\u "·· a hrl,..ht ~<tar shining out from a cau· bagc-llkt' structure. This Indicates thnt thl" brightest o( the Sigma );us shine In tho agricultural llnef<. In th(' shield proper, en thl: UlltWr right corner, one rna~· fintl a !lllrockct wheel. This !'IJ."TIIfic>' that sOm(' ut th<' hrotht"rs are also inteorestecl ln the more at"sthellc things, ,:uch as mechanic!'. The cro~se<l rlollng whips fall In nice!~· with thl' agricultural ldl·a and we find the hrotht:rR ><klnnlng mul~s vigorously ou the pa\'emt>nt In front ot the fratl.'rnaJ tlomlcile. Th(' white thing In the lower left IR a !lnake. "hl<"h I~< 1'\'l'r the characterl!<Uc figure In a Slt."llla Xu nlghtmru·e. ><c~

'rhl>< III"J:"unlzatlon I" a newl)' lnslitutl!'d h1anch of tht" 0,111 Fellows, as Is indicated h) the tlli'Ce link!!. 'l'lwlr kite Is generally tl>·in~; lol~;h, clear 1111 by the ea;;le head, In fa<·t. Hoth thO kite and the Nl.gle are .. lgnlfleant soaring, the hea<l, thereror(', being n ..orehead. 'PhiR gh·cs I'IRe to 1ehe ~<ci('Ctlon or th(' lnltlnl letters of the nam~ to form 'K.\'r. The !<Croll with thP star In thl' ct>nter Is sl);nlflcant or the fact t hat ~<ister-< shall nt nil lime!' -.~ek to makeo llteraturt~ their ><hlnlnv light

or


KAPPA SIGMA

PHI D E LTA THETA

'rhco arU'IOJ· arHI lmJ;lt.-..nlt.~nL~ ur \\'~ll·fal'e which are so com•Jlicuou>< on thiH cr•·><t aro• ><l!('nlficunt of lhl.' .-c;n,.. lant cluelt~ lhflt >\1'<· 1~<•1111,( roughl bet ween I h IH nrriC I' anti I he Kaprm~>. The :-;trll'l' hA\'P " dou h le AIKn lficunct-. They ret•re!«'nt lh<' mo><L commn 11 l<C:t'OH}' nf the r111 llO'II warrior>< durl11g l ht• I•:.Lllll'>< with the l{aptlll". Also. the orrl ('r Is or a rather rellgiou.- nature. and the "''" ~tnn: reprP~<·nl what th~~ t.•xpe<.·t their t•rown!' to be S'-'t '1\ I til wht n thl.'} an C'alll'•l hevoncl. ln>'lde the> t•hnt>ll·t· the nwmbel" thl" order refer to t•ach other a.-. Knight.nr tlw round table. whldl llH':III>< that (>\'t>IJ

Tho· llttl~ !<IJherlcal ollject at th~ top M till" t•n•><t '" ><ll~gei'tivl' of a Jlawn-hrok~•··,. ><igu. "IIIC'h I>< tu •·~rninll thE' broth~r>< th•tt il' tlt1•y wh<h lo g<l tt> the Gumma Phi tol'llllll the) mu><t '"'ell tight hold of the lltll e n·llow tl(- lcei. 'l'he !lve sta1·s are In cnm·

lnemonnto11 ()(' liH· fl\ e llrolhf·rs who pCl!<KNI c>ut whll!' li'YIIIK oolJiy to put 2iJ hOili'H Intel .Ju•w :w, llll!l. The moon AlnnclH ror the t'avorlle Katltla Sigma JlllSUmeR, whkh lll<' honc:y lllU<lll an•l moon sltilw. 'l'ho ffitiSHIIIIO 1111 top of the pi!Wll ball lnrll c•al<'>< that the hrotlwr" often gt•t ,.111111: DELTA GAMMA

.. r

ulh~·r nl"'t... Lfng ih ~I\ .._~u

u\'t•r In Jtnker.

ALPHA KAPPA EPSILON

Xo, you gtle:<st I "rong. 'l'lw c:<>Knnm..n thllt you :;ee plastl'rNI em the llttll' Wat•k •ilcunond l:sn't a nlcknunw tlll'uwn ut them 111 tlet·lsion. 1l 111 their l'enl K<'t or Initial,;. 'J'ht ,.;c;roll lh!ll hote l,. lht>m ~<lgnlt'lt>~< tha, ~<cho l an;hi!l 18 Lht>ir Rt t'I1 11J.t ftwl. 'l'hut< they nl'\! g<Wd friend!' of ll1·. Milll't', ancl are petition in g .Phi nttmn tn I lel tu. ·rht! co l o•· \Jll\C' I< denotes the tl<>lt•Ctfl.hle I'Cll'hlrlclen 1'1'\lilA u r pool and :\fa.-.tei'PI<'Ct'. whit'h the fratl'l'nal dootrine df'Cl'l.'•'i' that t h£\y shal l not touch. '!'he point" on lhl' end" of lhl' olhunond show thnt thl' !<Ide" <·una· together

I!< an Ul'lentul or~ranizallon. fn lh•· CI'Clll t'lnol the Ha!HI!< Of the desert, thrl'l' "l61't< till' l'al<t, nnrl u pyramid. ·rhe ehaptc•· ~ung l1<, "l'n tll lhe S.ands o r lltP llc><erl 1:mw C'nlol." Th l' funny thing at the lOJi M llw er\l><l 1!1 MIIJlp osed to be 11 p alm, H 1!1 't rl otc• 11111m. 'l'hc large oha•·actl'r In the c.'e nt;••· Hlnncls g-cUem. TI1Py <ln, and nH a I'Psnlt lla\'(' the choicest collecllon of l'•·atl'rnl t}' pins on thl' campus. "Tttu Ue1t11 l•:ta," IIH• IUilltll fill the !lCI'UlJ, Is \pry simi· Jar to "l'hl llelta 'l'h<'ta." \\hlch <·xplnln><

tla~r~.

I hP C']Of<l'll•'"!< Of

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ur

r<••·

the l WO hOUSeS.

T~•'"

!flluth·,·J Forty tlrr.·, ·


S IGMA ALPHA EPS ILON

KAPPA KAPPA GA M M A

The principal feature or thl>< organization, as no t ed on the cn•st. Is t hnt, fo1· the nwmbeJ·s. th~• su n l"l li!t•H nn<l self< In the frc~­ terntty. 'J'he ratntlrnp effecl. In t he uppt'r right han1l cornt'l', lnclicatl.'>< that thero· "hall be t<howc.n< or hlesslngfl ror e,·ery !' A. R Xot "alh•fled with tlouhle crossIng an enemy, they do HOI stop until they h:IV!' triple t•rO><Hed him. 8~< Is shown l>y the 1h rt'e (;l'f>s!' .. s In the upper It! ft. The bini on the lower left Illustrate>< n man b .. f11re taking. nn<l that on the r"ll{hl lllustr·a.l!•s the same man :~fll•r takln){ the R A. 1•;. Initiation.

Til recomnwnded to thoRe who nrc fond llf l,(l(>p ing- late l 1o urs. '!'he key i r< f!ym bollca l uf the cnu><tant unlocked condlt lon the Kntlfl.o front oloor. It seems th:lt the key hn>< been •·emon!d from the dour and Jlut In th~ crest. The owl Intensifies the late ldt•o, and a l so stanclll for thf' wi!ltlom of the c<w r ><e, whtt•h Is s la.led I n th e motto. wh ic ll I~ •' l<apl)a!< Kan Cettc111." .\ :<flhouette of Llle fii"Rt cook or the o r der &fiJit'ars abo,·e, with ht'r monogram !!till hlf'ht•r in tht> cre!<l. She wa;; colorPd, aucl C'hHI"a<'lerizctl ngnln hy the bla<-khlrds in the C'l' lll ~ l· of lhf• t• r e:;t, ll\Nlnlug liHll :;he WU >< >WJI1E' b lrll.

or

Wearers of the ' Varsity "/ '' 1I IIW Obtoin,·d

Tilllt' ll'om

.\'t/111<"

Glady, Clark Gladys IJa,t ic Ed ith Dingle

_ Thi.;

y~o·ar- ....•....

..\\'la~ n Fred

cluc~n·l

. ... :\dl had two . need it ..... Freel

:t~kcd

!>ad.

..... Sine<.• Pip left.. ............................. nrothcr gave it to her.

Flccta Brennan ~lar)

Fitlllegan ............................ Wlwn l.lunt

~lacl~c

Williams ....- ...................Som.:times

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Lewi~tO il.. .... \\'on'l

tell.

...... \\"ho knows?

;\cttic Hawh ......................... .. \\'ht·n she isn't w.:aring >nmc- j azz donated. thing else.

T;,•tt llmtdr&tl Parf.\'·{our


Campus Dictionary CO:\IPILEO .\XD EDITED BY PROF. TRAT'\I~R \L I Ill - .\ kincl of ora l padding used tll'prt•s:.in n ~

llANI)

in their

011

lhe facult) h) the ~tudcuh to rtnllld out the

~radt.·s.

\ p~:cu l iar fire a larm, maintained l>y the K:q1pn Sig~.

CO- El ) .\ kind of Chinese t>uulc. Di\Tb:-.\ picturl' o( an Ed t rying tn soh-c a Co-Ed. ~~~c; I~ I~FR I NC-Sl'icntific misery. r~USS I :'\(;-. \n

mtcnsificd cl:nc. GO,\T-\Vhat a Co Etl gel~ from :1 man whl!n 'Ill' cuh a d;ltl' with huu and IIH•n isll' ilcs him over to dinner. PRE· 111 E l >-.\ nll'mhcr of a socidy fnr tlsc r,·gul:niun of th~ incn:a'e nf cah. STUDI·.:\T-Onc who has been innoculated "ith thc lhcillu~ Facultalu~. hm ha' nt1l caught. TO\V:'\-"1 he location n{ the J.ln~t·n\\ Pnol Llall. \VORK- \ fa1 orite lecture theme of Unin:r,ity pnof,,_,,.r,, WilY GO TO 10.\110?-Sce \"olumc Sevemeen "(rem nf the :\lnuntain...."

What Would Happen IfTh~

faculty ~hould h:11·e a ::.ttcak tlay? Evcry(!nc• :,lwulcl pa'" in onc of Dr. Trimhle's quizzt·o;? Prnf. Von Entk• !ohnultl lake up ac~lhctic <lancing? A. J. Pri~·st shoulrl ch:ci<lc 1n quit school? Ina

((lioway , [1C)uld gel

~ p iked?

P r,·'· (E. 1-\) L.i1HIIc) shuu ld hccome mule in ,\. S. L" 'I nwt'l inAs ? Gl·ncral Chri~man should gel mad? The ~ool i dt· ru le woulcJ have slid too fa r ? Prnf. Lewis should for~ct lo opt•n a "indow? It ~hould r:dn while 'omclmd1· wa~ nu a 1>icnic? The ~t·niors ,Jwuld haw an exclu~h·e sneak? 'I he line wasn't hus) ? The Pn• ~h·d-, shnuld serenade? ;\II the hov' should come home to t11e

,;lnlt'

meal?

Prof. Cu,lunan ~hould milk a cow? Somcbndy 'hould ~ivc tht• Dl'lla Ganm1a:. a fe1\ mor,· clog'? Tho: llan·arcl Cl;t"lcs should nncr come? Chick E1·:u1s, Tecl Erh. and .\he Goif were on the Y :\1. C. Prof. Orlando llanp shoultl sing thru hb nose?

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In the Wednesday English Assembly Comrighted 190.'1 by G. \1

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His First College Theme One night j ust the ot hcr day it was a moon light night 1he fussers co nve ne in 1he different parlors the ticket-. may he had at a ny tinw north 4 cume on,· come :111 h ring )OUr knitting needle~ thl.' ~tory that took thl' .::ak;: la~t night wa'> why doe.., a dtimrwy ~moke why becau~c it can't chew that's registered hn\'e you go1 any IUOre yes wh:ll is It that you sit in cll.'an )our teeth with :unl !>leep on a chair a tooth hrush and :1 heel fi.,h 1 may be a fish for i am a ~uckl'f m~ si,ter·o; nanw i, minnie m) father is a crah i hit<' on e1·erything so whats thl.' usl' i hear that bones is ~i1 ing dancing Jesson'\ 11cll to idl )'flu the truth thnt i., a goocl way nf cxcrci,ing aholln11 lei( i !ward a M.·nior pull 1lll<'ne j usl be ion· eutcriu~ In takl' a t•xam i had all 111) knowledge condensed last uight I·Ul it exaporatccl ancl ju~t think that guy is goi nl{ to gt•t n dip loma a friend handed nw :1 ciga r this evl!nin g it mu;. l h;11e ht'en 11 volunl<.'cr c i ~ar hl•caus<: no draft ;tnothe r hot o u,• : me;m the c igar f reshma n asked his his to1·.\ prnf why lw wa~ 11f the fou rt h ge neratio n ;·nd a:. usual lhc ;msw,·r i don\ know hccau5l! i have: fllrdatht!r'- h~ take the ftlr l iu~d bath tub we hop<:> right in lhc head for if his h rains were cll'namite he cnuldn' t wiggle his c:-ars o r if hu1 i gm·" i hacl hdtl·r 'top hefon: th1· ho:ml of I'Cll'nr~ hantl 1111: :t prize har of pa lm olive. I will. -Cont rihuH•cl h) thl' do.'pa rt nwm.


To Miss Jensen and Miss Mathews, supervisors of the Senior Play House, upon the departure of the Seniors for the Annual Sneak Day Picnic.

Farewell \Vc\•c gone! On )'1)11 'tis ,\pril fo<ll. Y <lll'll he surprised we'r,. not in school. \' uu didn't know our ~ecret dark That wc were planning fnr thi-. lark Our :Menu for toda) we'll leave You may lake charge-\\'C will nnt Cnuk up eycryti.Jing just right. •\s \\'t' 'II he hungry again tonight.

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Fm lum:h we have some Irish >.tt:\\ Direct from 1rcland straight tu you. Tile rest of the menu is not planm.·d, l\11t you'll fiud it iu the .:rllar-canned. Spaghl'tti and tomatoes fur dimll'r at .,ix, If the cook il> noL hcrc-'tis easy to mil\. Corn hrcad is on the menu here. Ynu'\1 have to make that ton. I fl·ar. Jelly sweet from the cellnr helow, ,\ncl pt•ar sal:~cl fixed just so, J f 't>nlc t~a you'd like tu lort!\\ That• i~ som~: in the cuphoa rd for you.

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