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1924

PETER PAUL DRUS, and PAUL M. HARLAN, Edirors

""d MERLE L. DRAKE, Bwsinw Maoog'"T


THE GEM OF THE MOUNTAINS ~

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NINETEEN HUNDRED AND TWENTY - FOUR VOLUME XXIl

PUBLISHED ANNUALLY BY THE ASSOCIATED STUDENTS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF IDAHO


HIS YE.\I~ mark" Ill(" initiill apPC;irallcc of "The Gem Uf The ~lol1l1lail1s" a~ an associ3lL'd :.Iudem body publicalion rather Ihall a... the handiwork of the Junior Cia..,.. While thi:. new col1trol caused 110 new difficultics. \'c:l the old pro"erbial bug-a.-boos. whid~ h,wc confrontcd annual editor,., for "cars, were only chased away by thc hearly and (','cr faithful co-operation of everyonc who.:oC a(h icc and assist:lllcc W;I:-, rL"<juested. This is, therefore. Ilot the work of a few, but of thc mall\', hmh on and oIT the staff who worket:i tireless'" Ihat this book might be a SUCCC!iS. ~ In addition to thtsc we wcrc Iruh f'lrtunatc in bcillg able to work witil En~ gravers and a Printer whose timely assistance and stimulus is deeply appreciatcd. To The I:uckbcc-:\!ears Com~ pan)' of Saint Pau!. and to The \rc~tern Eng-raving and Colorl)'pc CompallY of Scattle wc owe lhc splendid cngnl\ ings of this ,'ohwlc and 10 The Lumbermen's Priming COl1l1XlllY of Seattle and especially to :\lr. 1.I0)'d Ow('n of thaI company we owe the exceptional service and workmanship whidl has becn given to this twenty-second L'lli\'ersity of Idaho annual.


CONTENTS f:*~

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BOL'T the IllOst heart-rending lines that man may read are those dull, dcad inscriptions that are can'ed 011 the tombstone of his }'ollth. Annuals can be tomhstones to m.., rk the fatalities of passing year". .\nl1u3Is can also be living things to Te\路i\路e old memories whose afterglow brings forward the transpired ycar and so makes the past etcrnal. \\'c ha\'e tried to prodlll'e this anllUil1 that the pulsating, throbhing days of our life at Idaho may ~\'cr livc again within the covers of this \路olulllc. If somcthing not only of Ihe jO)'''. blll also of the cares of ollr college days can occ:lsionall}' peep out from its pages and help to keep alive ollr Idaho spirit. thcll our hopes and ambitions will be realized. P,\UL M. I bRI,AN.


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Editors PETER 1'.\1:1. DRl,;S .\XD P.\l:L :\1. 11.\Kl..\X

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Devale \V.\I.SEK GRt:ATllOUSE

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Dedicated w

ROBERT L. MATHEWS Who by precepc and exnmple has inspired out .Sludenc body fa gi,路e of irs besl fa Idaho


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The University and Its Meaning

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'-ER thirl~ year", ago some far-'><."t·illg Territorial Legislature established the l"niversilyof Idaho that their sons and daug!uer", might re<lp the benefits of the high ideal;; and culture that such an institution would afford_ Slowl~' but "ure1~· the hopes of these men ha,-e l>cen accomplished wuil now Ihe results of those thirty years act as an imisihle leavcn in the thoughts and actions of a great commonwe<dth_ True it is that ,-onnete e,-idellcc of the I1niversity exists in a small Panhandle village. yet no less tangible arc the henefits which two generalions of students ha'·c returned to their state. 'Ve. who ;Ire in attendance here now. arc Imt satisfying an evcr increasing dem,tnd that that process cOlllinlle. Agricl11lure, engineeri11g. mathematil·s and language arc hut SUbjL'Cts which we maSler through books. blll somewhere. e'·er)'where, through its halls and over its campus ill that university spirit, thai Idaho influcnce. which in four ycars molds UOt merely students hilt citizens. 11 is not (earning alone which our state re(llIires but understanding. appreciation. and sympathy. that her growth may be normal. Direcll)' and indirectly this good. both tangibly and intaugibly. is permeating the statc, influencing its commerce, checking its e,·ils. ami assisting ill the !mildillg of that state which Ollr fathers planned and founded_

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VIEW N'O~Tll I'llOM ,\nMIS1STRATION f\llIl.l)lNC

The University and Its Traditions

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EIXG a comparatively young institution. many of our campus customs and habits lack that old Ra\'or that characterizes the traditions of the older Eastent uni"er"-ities. Yet. for all their youth. thcy arc no Icss dear to liS. for b)' obsen'ing them we join hands with the man)' who preceded us. Two generations of Idaho students ha"e added their bit until our traditions are symbolical of the spirit and temper which was theirs. and which we arc expected to preserve intact. and to hand on to those who are to cOllie after

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Sentiment and reverence for Idaho makes the obser\'ance of cenain rites a S<1.cred dut),. III our Freshman year we nlll the gauntlct of the Ilulme fight. the grecn cap. and lhe arduous yet e\'cr cnjoyablc duties lhal fall to thc lot of a Frosh. Al Christmas tilllc we sing the old Christmas carols 011 Ihe campus. all campus dayeycry Idaho student givcs of his time and cncrgy for a fcw hours to beautify and rcpair the campus which we alllovc. These and mally Olhcr 1>e.1.utiful customs arc obscr\'ed IhroughOlll our college career 1I1itii as a Senior wc receive our diplomas, plal1l a "inc or bush with our own hands as the last time-honorcd ceremony. and dcp.ut leaving thaI as a tcstimonialto future generations that Idaho is worthy of Ihe lo\'e we cherish for her.


Native Sons and Others TilE late",! figUT('S show thaI all bUl founeen peT cenl of the ..tllllem", at Idaho come frolll within the slate. In the all~ldaho enrollment. ('\cry l'Qunty but one j", reprc-.emcd this rear. ami SQUlh Idaho is praeticaUy a~ well represell(cd as i:; the north. BUI these student", ollce they arc 011 the campll!>. promptly forgcl o;ectiollal prejudice", and enlarge the !;(.'ope of their CQllsciomne",s and pride to include the entire rommonwcahh. 路路Oh. leI us sing of Idaho!" becomes a call to worship and p;ty trihute to fir ..! the l'n;\cr",iIY. thcl1 the grc:ll lllouniain--crested homcJall(l we call our Slale. True, there ;Ire other SOilS ami daughters of Idaho who :lTC seeking college life heyond Ollr bonlers. The pcrccn!:tge of these is all 100 large for the good of Idaho. 11 does 1101 profil a Sl<lle to IJring immigrants in 0111(\ scnd high-school graduates out. It docs 110t make for communitr or state loyallr to covct our neighbor's in.;tillltioll:; and hclillle ollr own, llut the real losers arc they who wander afield, They find 110 better instruction. no finer or marc wholesome spirit. .\lId the)' lose thous.,nds of acqllaimances they cOllld make l1<ie of all the rest of their livcs. Thcy lose the vahl<J.blc background of Idaho life ancl Idaho conditions which only one university in the world i~ inlerestt.'<.I in pre!>Clltillg. "路ors<: still, they lose cont<J.el wilh Idaho and all ~he rcprescll(s of golden po~sibililies for the fUlUrc.


Now whal of the fourteen per cent? Intercstc(l as we arc in Idaho's OWI1 sons and daughters, whal is our attitude toward thOse who eome from Other states, cven from the ends of the eOlrth, to livc and study here? "'hat loan it be bill olle of warm and hearty welcome? O\er a hundred of these register from the ncighboring state of \\-ashington, and many of this hundred li\-e along the boundary line and merely happen to get mail through a \\'a..hington post office. Of the remainder, the distribution is really manc!Otl:;--an<! of great \'ahle to liS all. Thirty states and five foreign countries arc representcd 011 this year's roster, _\s these young men and womeil sit in our variulIS classes all(l mingle in our activities, they help to educate us as we edtlc:.ue them, The provincialism inherelll in a somewhat remOte (.-allege comlllllnit), breaks down hdorc such a cosmopolitan opportunity to know other communities and regions and sail the 5e\路en seas through the experiences of our immediate friends and neighbors, The native sons and r1aughters of Idaho arc proud of their di..tinctioll. nut we have no strangers within ollr gates.


The University-An Electrical Clearing House

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P.\RT from g;\"ing the regular I.."Ourses in electrical enginl..'t'ring, the dep.artI11CI1t is called tlPOII to assist both the L'n;"crsity and the stale at large in a \'aricty of ways. Special courses arc gi"cll 011 telephone work for the short course Rangers and on the use of electricity in the home for the 1lome Economics students. Those presenting pageants and plays frl.'<llIcntly ask for assistance in obtaining special lighting effects while the L"n;\,crsity as a whole is constantly s<.'Cking expert advice as to the proper kind and size of 111010r, o\'el1, electric furn;lcc, signal. meter and 50 011 to purchase and how to repair thelll. In case of dispute ck'1:tric power l:ornpal1ics sometimes scnd their lest meters to be standardized and OIxlIsionally acceptance tcsts arc run on various sorts of electrical machincry. ~Iatly ranchers. having sm:lll watcr power siles on their places. havc secured advice as to the best means of <lcvelopmCI1I. Occasionally strangc qucstions are propounded: for examplc. thc bcst lightning proteclion for a powdcr magazinc-bm. Il:ttllrally. thc 1II0st frequcnt in<juirics answered arc concerning the lroubles of the r:Ldio fan.

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The University as a Testing Laboratory

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E ci,"il engineering dcp.1.TtmcllI mailllains an up-to-date testing laboratory which is of great sen-leC to the state. This !;tboratory is the only one ill the stale fitted to make the necessary lests on road materials such as cement. sand. rock. gravel. asphalt, tar, road oils. CIC .â&#x20AC;˘ aJl of which must pass certain specificalions before they can be used on the stale highways. In this work the laboratory cooperates with the Idaho Bureau of Highways and the Cnite<1 States Bureau of Public Ro.1.ds. Tension, compression. shear. and bending tests on wood, iron, sleel. brick, CIC., afC made on a 200.()OO pound capacity Olsen testing machine. Frc<llIclllly tests

arc made on billet-sleel for reinforcing concrete in culverts. bridges, or othcr structures. The mcthods of tcsting are those adopted b.y the .\merican Society of Testing :Materials and the 1.:. S. BurCo1.u of Public Roads. and b)' working in conjunction with thcm the L"ni\¡ersit.y is ablc to fumish information to the state at large which insures proper construction of rO'lds and buildings.

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The University and Mining F~O)" the poitlt of \ lew of the L路llin:r~ity. the Idaho Bureau of :\line.. and (;eology. although a separate elllil~' and l1lulcr all independent Board of Control. is the resear.,:h arlll of the SdlOOI of ).l;nes. The direction of its work j .. all ex-officio function of the Dean of that di\'i"'ioll of the l路ni,路crsily.

Since its ncatiOIl in \!l1!I.lhc Idaho I:urcau of .\Iinc~ and Gt.'ology ha:- issued founcc:n pu"Ikatiolls dealing with the mineral rC~llrcc:> of the state and their utilization ami in addition ha" ;<:sued fOUf puhlications ill cooperation with other organ;zalolls. The act;,";t;cs of the 1:llr~atl halt' had a wid... :-;copc throllghoUl the Slate-Ihe cOulities in order in which work h;IS hccil (Iollc,lll.'g'illuing at the tlOl'lhcrn houndary, arc: Honucr, wl1l'rc a st,n'cy ha~ lK'cn madc of the gcology and orc deposits around J'o.::l1(1 Ore;lIe [,:Ike: l':ootCt1;t;, where a :HlI'\'CY has I)l'elt 1ll<l(le of the plat;llltl11 po~sib;l;t;es: Clcanl'atcr, Ilcllcwah and Shoshone, ha\"e beel! mapped for primary control: Latah, for tIll' coppcr deposits of the 1100 Doo cOlllllry, also a preliminary study of the c1;.ys. and the artesian wat('r reo;,ource possibilities of :\Ioscow ha\'e been in\'cstigated: );cz J'crl'e, wlll.:re the oil possibilities at Lewiston ha\'c becn reported upon; Idaho, where the gold resources of :\forth Central Idaho ha\'c been im'estig;t1cd, the report 011 which w;1I shortly be issued: ,\dams and Washington. where the l"OPPCf depo~it~ of thc Sc\'cn Dc\'ils and of the Ilcath District ha\'c been sun eyed : \ ";llIey and CII~ter. where a reconnaissance


suney of the gold rt'-.(ltlfCeS ha" !>ttll carried Ollt: Blaine. where lhe .\huras Quadrangle in the ~awtooths has becn relXlrte<1 upon and where a resurve\' of lhe Ilailey area has been complcled. on which a report is now in preparation: Lemhi, where the copper deposits of Salmon City ha\'e OC'ell examined: Boi~. wherc a complete sun'cy of the geology and gold resoufI:es of the Boise Basin has bccn completcd and will shonly he issued: Owyhee. where a survey of lhe artesian possihilities of the Ilnl11cau \'alley has bccn t.-omplcted: Cassia. where the artesian possibilities of (;oose Creek basin ha\'e been l;overed: Power and Oneida, where an oil rl,.oconllais$.'1l1cc has been made: Teton. ltonneville, I~ingham, Caribou, l\annQl;k and \lear Lake, where possihilitie~ of oil ha\'e bcen thoroughly il1\'cstigated and carefully reported, \\'ith the L', S. !lureal! of :\lines inve"ligatiotls ha\c been made on the arc treatment problems in llonner, Shoshone. \\'ashingloll, noise and Elmore l;01l11lics, Idaho is a greal state, wilh great mineral possibilities ami the work has scarcely been Slarted,

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11,.." ."'..110<1,, •.\1. ( . .\., Trra.u.t. or 0l"'n Forum (II: t:",li.h (Iub: ''''n·llall ("ou".. il (0: -"'!I.den' 1.0'" I'u",-I Ill: "Il" 11",1<", .11; ",\" lIu"",, (fl. (I).

GEORGE V. Cl·RTIS.

n. S.

\It,_~ow

III .." ...., n.,.".. Ih-'n ,..".,. p,: ,\''',<:i''e,1

". 1, I t:"~i,,e'.ro

:'.IARG,\RE1' COLLlXS. ll. \

""an'"

J I ("" !'CIlOt'L.

lleh. (;amm., ."'I~",.b (lull: t:l1a1i,h l'l"b: "",'m "f 'h """nlni,,," It); S«.... tarr l"lu. (3) .

.\GXES COX. B. S. 1...... ,Jl0~ Uu."

S<'II(~''-

(;.mma I"'i 11c1.: ~Iurlar IIN.d: S.ude'nt Fa.uhy .\<1 vi!l(>r,. ('ou"",il 121. (I): EIl.h~h Club: ··("""m ur Ih.. ~lounl<t;"." u): s...,""a...,. to llooorrl or !'upr.... i..,.. Ul, :'"".e'ary or .\, S l". I. (0: ",," Honors (0. (fl. (I),

''''


WALTER C.\SEBQLT, B S Gu,uu Il'CR SCHoo,5i~ Xu; Alpha Kappa p,;; En.li~b Club: Squa •., and ~'om~: 5,1".,... L""tt, FUIlII' Counc,l 'tl' ......""..Ii.. c: Boa.d ttl: A S. l'. I. Treo."•.". (f): .·..,.,h Trm Ct.pL I. Club: Trxk Squad UI. (I). (4): OaK

$,,,<1=,

~c:"l (I); ".'"

11000"

CHARLES ..•

lI

(1-1

(I). (S). (I).

\\"DLER. 11 S.

' ..CTO". \'·....H'l<CTOl<.

0..""',<:

ab Pme Tea.. (fl. (I), Idaho \\ '" I 1),,hue (f): Id3lIo-l"ab Ikbote (tI: 1<1..... 1'"i'C:T~'" of Ur;l;M Col.. m~ Ct).

0..""',..

PACL K. CIlCRCIl. R S. I~"u;

Ill"" SCHoo,-

s,..... fii:

P.~~I.d,

Cluh:

.\e"il~,

Club.

JOSEPH COG\\", II \ 1\,

F.\us '"<;H

Se"'''''-

Kal'Pll Si."",; Class P~iden' (fl, (',......Ien' of Club lSI: Acbilln nub: SIU'" ..' "' (f), (31; "';wcelhe:1.I1;~··; C"p'. K. O. T. C.

FRED X CR.\XD.\LL. B. S. 5,1.)'01< II'<;H SCHO"...

K:lppa Slg",.; Siam" T.u: Sil"... l.ance; ,\._to'c.1 .;"1;nee'S: Editor "Id"h" .:".in~" Ctl . .\n .:'1"... of ""em of Ihe )11,..' Ul.

ELISE CO:\:\

r(.

Il .\

nUln llsell SCIIOOL. I'i IICI~ Phi: Sp~l1i'h Cluh: 1'111\ lIeHenic (31, (0,

1J,,:m SCHOOL. "Iph" Tb~ .. : )1" ..10... 1).".. "1: \'ice I'•.,.ide'" of Cl.·. (a): E:"g1i5h Club: Sponi~ll (h,b: ,\"''''';Ole .:'low. of '"Gem 01 The \11....• 131: l'r....1,1"'" of W"men', ("on'" eiL \" t:. ..... : '",\" {I}, {fl. (U.

\\"IAr.

"'~pl'"

W.

II""""

F.

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cossrrr,

B. S.

(""I:~C'L 11"::11 SCIIOOL.

Er..~.u: Xi Si,ma Pi; S<IUUC .nd (""o,pa",: P.oidrnl of

,\''''''UIN For...,e.1 (').


DOROTHY (LISE. B. \ l'Sl\'UJ'TT 0,. W ..."u«.l'0",

Waohin,'ob Oub: E...1i$b Club; Y \c,,,,,aul S,aff (I).

\\

(. ,\

("al';"<1;

LESl"S (ARLSO:\. B S T..,'I" II,..N ScHOOL.

ORIS F. C.UIPBElI_ H S

K<>cu' FO'I". c~'''" ~' .....

.

E~"'n

,\lpha

~IL"RIEL

L C.\RSOS. H S

(Pu·~ln'J

\l<"('tl,,. ""'N SCHOOL. En.ti~b Club: Cahin~l (II.

W<YllletI·. (I).

r.n...., ('"nuncil ilL Y W (

\

F. O. C.UI PBELL

rREXE DURIIAl\I. II

\

M,'KOW lllGll SCHOOL.

E".li,1o ('luI,; SI.. "i,1o ('h,b; I(jfte Team

~1l~RLE

LEROY DRAKE, LL H

L· ... "lU'TV II'GII SCHOOL, C"l.l""ISlA.

S'Il"'1 (hi; llcnch and ll.oT; S. K I. U. Club: 6uo,,,,,.. )11"a,,,r of "Gcm of Thc ;\11•. " (t): S,alC Chairmln of S,I,e S,udcn, Drivc (S); Inler«>Il"lli.l~ Io:n;lhl.: lltler.F,.'c."i')' ('ouneil.

Ht\ZEL DRAPER, B. A. ;\l'-"Ktl" lIlell SCHOOL

(all


FER:-.' DYSART. It S.

GEORGE DE.\:\.

n \

Lc.nsfO" H"m SCROOl.. s~ Chi; Alph. KlpPI Po;; F.p~1 Club; ~,,><lnll .\...,isla"l of Eeonom_ ()<opt.; ~-.io< of M O. T C· •• _\~ 11"""'... (a). (t).

RO:\ALD E. EVERLY. 11 S. x,....

HU;Q:

Soroo...

Phi 0..111 'TMu.; Vi«-Pruid,.,,1 n.. (I); P,~ ..k,,1 CIa" (tl; Pr..ud,.,,1 of AI' Dub (tL I.i.....Slkk J..." in, Tnat: Poollry Jud,..., Te;t ....

PURDY EATO:\. )Iorl<T.'IlI"

n.

S.

num SCHOOL Ep"ilon: Truk (fl. (aL I Club; .\.-.ial"'(

HOllE

S~I Alp~

En,in""'....

ERNEST FlILLER. I\. .\. A""TY 1I'l'll SCIlOOL. O.~:o". Sip" Chi.

GENE FR!\ZIER. R. A l'o<;.,Tlu.o Illilll 5c"00... Klppa Alpha Th~la: Morlar no.r.l: Erlltlill, Cluh; S«,..· IU)' Ind T,usU<... S. E. I. U. CI"b: l're.id,,"loF Y. W.

e:••\.

(~): ~(;cm

of "h~ MI.... (~).

i\IARIE FELDI-lUSE:-.'. R S. tI<l,n 111011 5c1l00... II""", F.conom"" Club: W. A. A.

TR.\:-.'QUILll\O F.\JARDO. H S 1D."'0 T~HlI"'CAL llI"ST:lTIIT&. .\, Dub; )I..",ber of A_rian Phrll-P.'holowicll :;;.0. riel)'.

,,,,


EDWIX GOW.\:\LOCK. B, \

eo"u....

IIIGH SCHOOL

".PI'mill,.,. "' Sil"": DeS""'1 Club; Cha"""'n of ("",nc,.l loom of Slunt Fal (tl: Gro<l:e Wubinlfl"n nul>. lion T"me....

FLOREXCE GRAVES. H. .\. S')lO"""

Ill,," SCHOOL

p, Ikta Phi; Alrb.l. 5o<:.... y; T,.....u'e' of ll".. 'II; Prnid....1 of \\o.......·s Lcq1X; I>~''''''''I f>f ~""lcnl ''-aculty Council; T.~,CI" "f \ Club: ".\.' 1I0no•• (11, (II.

GEORGE G.\H.\X.

W. C

n.

\ ..

~:"llii

S

1I",u Ih"R ScHOOl. l'hi G" ('o

J;

t

nella; .\lph" IU""" p.." Inlc,·Fr-a',""n il: "I;"'" of n... Mts.. .. (II; SpanioJl (Iub; ,..Club; ",\" II"""", (I). (I). (11.

~I

H'n ~:nll

~IILlCK

\RIE:

G.nIWELL. B. \.

,,,,,,1:

II ....... S....T C'TT. l.1ub; Span;'-!I Oub; ".\"

(>

II,~,..",

U) .

.\BE GOFF LL. B. C''''''1t U"."

SCJlOOL

11eI" Tbeta P,; Alph" :Uu D<:lt,,; Co""in; ,\chilles (']lIh; ;o;11~CI" I."nce; A5OOCi.te }ulil;ee of ll"""h and ll".; !:i'.I.. Or,,'one,'" ('on'('51 (.); "Gem of The )I, (I), (I); C.IiI of "The Amuan..... "ALl"m "nLl E "U": r ..... P,e,iLl..." (Il: football (I), (a), (6); I ClUb: Albl.,,, Ill....d (3).

JESSE GRIGSOX, B. S. 11.."." 11"... SCllOOI.. 1l".k,lloal1; fro.b Sw"t: Junior Slu"t.

RUB\· GATES, 13. S. \Iu""" l'Ot:lITT,

A."Oll~,

I:"mm" Pbi neta: :\Io.. t . . 110".. <1; Vicc.P""",I,nt of <- lA" (Il): I'.... of :\I"r O;oy (I): Stunt ('Q",,,,"I"" <t). UI, u); s.:.n. COmlnlllc, (l): )ullIor P,on, (o",,,,iller (al; Epi""'ll",l Club.

ARTHUR Gl·ERIX. LL. U. I.E"'"

~"o

C"'. ...,

Illell SCHOOL.

Uet. Tbel. Pi; Alph:> :\Iu !>clta; (;I,e Club 01. (I): Waihinllort Club; A. E. F. Club; OcS",el Club; Ileneh

na..;

.nd Tr.tck (I), (3): Oi,c<:to, of I Club \'.... Ie Ville Show (f): S....;or llusical Comedy (1): I'<t> ll"".( Show (I),

,."


t;rS

..

WALSER CREATI-lOL1SE. 13. !\. llo,u lhell SC'IOOL. SiS~ Alpha Epsilou: \'ic.... l'r~"i<l~l\1 or CI3" (2). (0, 1::"j[lislL Club; l)~b31~ (I), (2), (3), (l)~ '\l$OC;ate E..J"O< of "~n1 of The Mlr..·· (3).

LUCAS

GUIR~ll~L.\.

II. S.

I...,,,... 11"_,, SCIiOOL, 1'. l. 1100eball (3)' I Ciuh.

K,\L!XTO cnAG.\SJi\, H. S. T.51 ..,( Hum !'''''OOL, P. l. .\g Club.

LEE GREGORY, B. A. Huo>;l<$ Ilwll 5Cll/)QL,

J'igtna \Iph ~:l..il"n: 01"''' Foru",.

:-'1.\I~Y

GETTYS. It \.

~~W C"TU, WYO.

TtCblc Ckf Club.

XELLlE CREE:'\". It A. T."v 111(:11 SCIIOC>I.•

. \II,h~ Chi O,,'cgo.

RACHEL GA:\IBY. B. A.

~IARY

GLENDENNING, 13. S.

SPOK''' •• W.. SHISGTOI/.

Etlgli.b Club.


:\IARY HCSTOX. B. S.

jOIlX HE:\DIERT, B. S. :.

\'aLL..,., \\'1'0.

Ta.. ; s..·<....ft.uy·T..~ ...... Tn" or ,\_ia'nl t:nllnn"".

..,

GL.\T1IA II.\TFIELD. n. S. ~">K<'"

IIIGK SCHOOJ.. "liP,," Ka_ C............. , Phi r ...;lon 0...."'''00' \\.,......, .• l<>tlnt,l, ",\" 11_.. 01. Ull. (I).

I-tELEX 1I0Ll... B. A Wu.ww C'TY. X. n. I'; Ilda Epsilon: T .. cbl~ Cld Club.

LlLI.\X 1-1.\ RD:\L-\ X. B. S '1 ..,lA"o.... TTtbl~

Cow.

eler Club: \' W C. A.

VEUIA II.\MILTOX. H. S ""',au IIIGIO S"UUOL. 1'1" l"plll"l1 Onliaoll: 1I","t uonum;c. ("1111,: \' \\ {, \.

ERXEST C. JEXSEX. It S.· ~IOKO'"

11,uu

~CllO('"

\1/ Cl ..b: naiTY Prod,lC1s Ju\lging T,.am.

S:\R.\II JOXES, B. S. l·x'n:.llT1' OP t:UII .\tphl. Chi Om... , II"",,. U<>nom,C'lI aub: \'

::> F.. I l·. Club

w.

C, .\,.

=


GRACE j.·\CORSOX. H. S. l(,.-T...L I-lICN SCllOOI-

...-". . It

".""...\11'n. "(;.,,,,, 0

The•• ; W.,.hmllon Ollb: Y W CA.; The .\It...·· {:Jl. (·.lMnel "I \\(Hnen'~ 1.-••""

TEXXIE: jOII.\XSOX, E"." .... O ..b: Y \\

H.

S

t-.•\ ; ",\" lIo,... r~ II).

ST,-\XLEY jOIlXSOX, H. S 11o,~.

lIu;u Sn<oo...

.... i G.""ma !kit.: .\lph. Kaw- 1'.. : ~ ... ni~ l1ub; "el' U.and I~J, "<.:c-", of The ,\h ... ·• UI, \·O«'I'r""ICknl.of \I... til.

T,\LBOT jEXXIXGS, B. ,\, " ....... 'heN SCNOO'"

Phi ').,lta Thd>o: Squ:are ~nd C.......u; The C"na,n; I...... aub: l'.o:sM!ent of EnlloNo ('hob (II, U1l1o, of III"" B""k'" (I); "Ucn> of Tbc .\It.... (ll. (I), A ..... """' S.all" (I), (fl: (1.... 1'."""1",,, (I), (f), " wJenl "f .\. S. lJ. 1.: I'.""ide"" of ...",,,,,,,un I d II); \. E..... Cl"b: Ep;_1 (11110; ",\" 1I0no•• (.1. l'il ..u

L.n«.

:\L\L'RICE jACKSOX, L"",~

.',"" Cu..., II'GII

H.

5,

SCII<>OL.

I'hi Ueha Thda: .\Iph Z~la: Edilo' Ilf lillie n\l~ltrl (I): ~:"i"'OI,al 0111>, En,li,h Cl11b.

HL7FORD I'L'Il:\S, II S. 1'.n"s~.'UG,

.\10.

l'hi Gamma Delta: ,\ll,ha Ze,.: fiR Cll'!>; Dairy Tr.Ill.

""I,i",

UWIGHT I'UII :\5, H. 5, T,,'~

I'''LUO Ill"" S.llOOL.

I'hi (:amma I~II.' I'r.... .\1 ..1 L1"b; I'."..h ",,,,,,""11.

:\IARY

I'I~G.

B. S,

1l<>lU II, .... :'<("HOO... (:amma I'hi lieU: ....o~b ~tll'" Comm",,;e; Sophomore ~,,,nt Commm..." III"i<)t "r"m ("nmmillee, Secrcrary of n."OI,\· W.C .....

''''


TIIO:\I.\S KEITH. It S.

RITA KEXDRICK. C. S. II"." ;;CtlOOL.

\\ ...........&

K~ppo

.\lph Tbeta; Phi EPloilon ~ill:"""': (la_, T ..·~ ... rn l'an,lldknl< ...,..IlI (".." .. ",....

Itl: Ep'~1 C1..b: It); "y' II ........ {'I.

C.\:\IEROX KIXG. It ,\ II. u ..,,· ......, ( .. un>a~, ....

neta' \ iott-I'rnio!,..., "f t.'1a.. Ul: 1'..n~1i.h (1ub: I....~""'" Oub: l'n,.·}I"" Ouh: .\r1 F.d,,,.. "f "(;.n" of The :loll.. •• Ill: ('a$' of ..Oar......,": ··W"rla,,,,.

Phi 1),,1..

~I.n": "-\' """" ..... Ill. UI. (tl.

LL:ELL\ KIRKEXD.\LL II. \ 1""nT& Hu:n SCHOOL.

Trebl. Clef ("h'b: F...,.li.b Cluh; """C'o:'lhnr.."·

VIVIAX KDIHROL·GII. 13, S C ,L"" ELL

lllGH SCIIOOL.

Phi Doha Tbc1a: Junior StUll' ("on1ln,,'.,,: l'l"j' ""_I,,c lio" (1.,;.. ; Ca~1 nr "Patt1lll':' .. :i"·_hu<l.....

II.\ZEL L\X(;ROISE. It S. ~:"'UTT 1I,r. .. SC"OOL.

lIdla I;amm" Treble tid ('I ..h; Sr,a,,;.h nuh: ~:l'ifi('''l'al

n"b.

GEORGE L.\RSEX. 11. S. Ilt'.1."'·III." 11,,;11 Se"""...

DORA L.\$\\·ELl. It \, I"UII, }In. ~:,,~h.h

nub


JOll:-J LOSETII. B. S. 000"'''0 IIwlI 5CHoo'_ En31i'h Clllb•• \g Clul>.

LlLlA~

L.\:\G. B. \.

Odu Gatlin'".

FOXTELLA LAXCLOISE. It S.

GR;\CE "IORG.\ X. R .\. n,un llll::u SCfloo ... "3PP.~ G.o"''''3: Mona< l!.clarol: Pi Epsilon :;i~","': English U",,: "G~l\I of 'rh" ~hs." (~): na<kell.. l1 and Hockey; ".\" llo""t'$ 0). {~l. (3), (_).

""PI'"

:'IIARGARET MU:\ROE. B. S. ()<;nEl<. UT~".

""el,a .\11'1'3 Th"la. Vic" I'r",i,l"nl l Ill>: \ iee·l'reside", of Y. IV. C.

"f 1I0me F.C<>llOmi."

.\.

.\.,(KIP: :'IIORSE. H. S. W"TUIlO", W.""'"CTO". l'hi l·I.~i1on O ..,;"ro.. : Y. \\'. (". .\.: 1I0ln" Economies l'ln!>: Trdl1<: Clef Club.

:'II. E. ML'SHLITZ. R. S. T."" II'''" Sc'",''''' \. E. 1'. (·Iub.

11)/\ 1·llc,\T.:~t,O

E. ,\1 \ Til EWS. B. S.

lI'G" 5ctlool.. •\llll,,, Chi Ome3a; F.n~lish Cluh.

l ~ I]


II.\RRY :\IESSEXGER, H. S, Lo..... Al 1l11;" SCHOOlSi....,••\Iph. £",ilon; \. (lub; n.ir1 I·rod ...... }",I.i,,~

Tnm

II.\RR'i

~ll·LLI"EX.

B

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J.UIES XE.\L, B S. U,l,n 11,

ScHOOL.

MPp& Sill ; I-::e-,Q Cl"b; F.........ll ,11. ,S'. ,", \ __ 1'TnUlftl' of I (lub; ScaC1 • .., "''''' Tr.....ur.... I)f .\Iblc.." Roam.

V.\X PETERSOX. R S It<."u. Ill.... 5<;,,00L. 11C1. Tbd. Pi: E'.'IIi5h Club, '\"h1l1... CI"b: Cltt Club: Intu.Collf:.",I.. Kmlb'J: '\'llllnaut St~1l (t): ",,,,m of Th.. :\ltJ." (31; Pcp 11.000 Sho... (fl. (3), S«n:ury <of Inl...·..•...""';t1 Co.. n.:;1 (3),

M"IICO'" II,,,,, S"HOOL. \Iph~ Ch;

Om".", ":nlh.h n"h: ".\" II"n".. If,.

PAllLJXE PEXCE, B. S. I'AVUU Ill"" SC"OOL.

n"ItQ Gamma, The C"""in: ;;"."c,uy"f Cia" (11, ;:"" denl Facuh y C""""i1 (~), E"gl;'h Club: \ 1".... I"".i.I"'" of WO",,,,,'I Cuuncil: W . .\. ,\.' Hnskclbo.ll Ill, (tl. (3).

C11:\HLES TACUWA,

PRI~USS,

Il. S.

\\·AI"'''''TO''.

!)I,n,a Alpha EI~ilon; Sil,-". I.-n"", EnShJh Club, \\a.1> "'1'0" Oub; Prc-:\It:ti (Iub, ~::..Jitor 01 "(;"", of Th" :\It:' (I), \'i"c.I',,,o;<I""1 uf S'ud"", Fuuh}' t ,-,,,,,cil (t): ".\"

1I"""u

(I), (t),

cal. ttl.

LOUIS PI{OLT LL. H Ik..... Illc" SCIIOOL. ~:I"·,,'a ...


JOEL PRIEST. JR.. LL. B. Uo,u; II'GH &;HOOL. lkta Thda Pi; Alpha :\Iu l>tlta; PTe-Mlenl of I'rna nub;

Edilor 01 Arg<>naul (3); .\uocia,t F..dilor 01 Ar.,,,,aul '\l"IO"aul lloan! (I); .\ryonaUi Siall" (I); In,er' Fralcnli'y Council.

(t);

LEO PROVOST. Il S. La...,".. ,," II'GR Scll-" Kappa S ....... ; A. F_ ~'. Oub' InlC1"路Fra, ... ('oUT><",I, Veil Duke II); Fr...h ~-oolbooll; ".\" II"",," (I). (t). IS1. (I).

"il,.

~IORRIS ~

......, II 'G"H

PETERSOX. It S.

Sc>t<lQL.

(lpha Z....a; \J Club; I'kSnwt nub

HERBERT POWELL. B. A CU."CEo" .....' II'GH

!>CllOOL.

5;._ .\Il'b.a f..psikm,

~:nlLth~h nub

J.'\CK RODXER. H. S. '\1'-'"'>'" II'GII ScllOOL. Si.mI. ,\Iph. f..""ilon; \路"",路PreliM", of .\""dal~1 F"r路 e~'tra (tl, ,\U<)tia't ~:di'"r 01 Idaho Fortlltr (ll. (II; ~::'I;IOT "f Itbho Fornl<:r (I).

HELEN R.\"ISEY, H. S. s.,..:<UPO'''T !l,eu 5.,11001"

I'i Hela PI", Phi Ups;l,,," Om;t"'"; f..nglish ('Iuh: l10llle ~:".,u"n,;u <':II'h; "U" 11""0" (1), (:n. (1I). (I).

JOliN D. ~"PUT

RI~MSBERG,

B. S.

IlIGII 5.,uooL.

.\ll'ha Zeta; (irai" Jud.i"l Tea",.

PIIILlP REMSBERG. U. 1\. ~IIPUT 11'';'11 SCHOOL.

Alpha Kappa Psi.

(lSI


CLYDE R1CH.\RDS, It S. rru.llr~c

II,,, .. SCllf)/)'-

\11'''. 7.e, •.

LYXX ROGERS. B \ lko,n II'GII Sea,.,.... Ilo:lI. neu., I·~. {Of nan Ill. UI; Ill" ("IIIIt,ia.e " .. i,bl.>' Open Fllru"';\cbill.,. Ollb, S'Il'" Ihtk.,; hller.F.....,....,i.)' ('....""'il, ,\.......... ,\'hlet ... 'b" ...u; "Gna of",.. M ....•· ,Sl; ('.1" k, n T I

Ph;

DEBS ROISE. B S ).1 '"'' lIu;a :;.eH....'... 1"·.,•.C..llql ......

",,;.h,.

F.\IRY S.\XGER. I:

\

'· ... ' n l 11";>1 SCHllOl.,

".rv-

"-PI"" (;.m..... ' 1'.""~I.,..t or l'a .. ,IIO'1I ....: " ' . Tcn.'llr.,. 'Ir Pa.. IIdl.,..", (2): •.('. ... or Tk ~11~__• 'S" (-~, of "Wi~1 1I""".. , ~:p"""'p~1 Ollh; "1"',,,.,, (lull: ~:n.lj'" {Iub.

Tmf SICKELS. It ~, "n,ool-

I.<p"',,, Il,,,,,

I'hi (:.mm. Delra;

~;.ma

:'\i, ~:"Jh<h llub,

FRAXC1S SlIEXEI3ERGER, L1 •. II

'r"',,,

...

FAL'" II,,,,, ~",oo

".r'll. Si,,,,.;

1'", n."d

ll.,,,d, ,,,,,I

lb.: 1"'.r·(',,I1";3'<', "'''~h..;

(21. (3). (II: {;w'Ke W.'hi".",,, (lillo,

GEORGIA .\XX SL'PPJXGER, H, \ :'If"K()'" lire" Sell""'"

".~pn .'Iph Th'a,

EnKli,lo Club.

I'; 11..,•• G3mm.;

\11'h. SUc;.,rj':

IREX!:: ST.-\RRII, It .\. I~"al';

11,,-,, SeIlOO,-

I'; $i.",. I<ho; ,\Iph. Soc;et)"; .\II.h. 10'. I'i: £,....,\,1"'1 Club: T •.,blc Clef C1llb: O.chntn; Cu. of ..:-" ..... huns", ".\" lIonO<f (I). (fl, (3): lJ...."'ball.

IHI


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PE.\RL ST-\I.KER. II

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WILLI\.\!

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SC:\IXER

IIAROLD TELFOI<D. B S, t'm.l·. n ,\UN .. 11":,, :;';"'1<),I'l'i l)elta The'>; Jl... ~"Il>.l1 (tl. 131. (II; (~I. (0; CIII" l"hi,I'''1 (l).

RUBY lTTTLE. B

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TIERXEY. B. \.

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II";,, SCHOOL. \i«-I',.,.id.", "f na",. (I); I>eS",·, (loll>: \.10,11". Club; l.icu •. ·Col""cl "f lot O. T. C.

11'1


PHILIP TOL:\1 \:\". H S. Uo,"~ II

'Ii"

S~HOO1..

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)1L"KIEL Tl'TTLE, II S

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JOII:\" L TOE\"S. Ii. S. \auDl:u Ill.."

:;.cltom...

"~ Zeta, .\, Club; llaory "'-ank 1ud,i",

Tn... ; ,."",k ...1" . . TnDl: (:.ain 1..I,i"l1 Tn... : 1'",,11'1 Jud,.nl ......" "\.. Ilono.~ II). Ctl. (II, Ill,

JOII:\" ROBERTSO:\". Il S 1o"", I'''LI 11,.... X"OOL

\11"'. Z.,.; ·\IO"b.

:\L\RY ISABELLE V.\5S.\R. H ,\. l.l"-'UO" 11 ... 1< SCUOOL• T~.'urr, "f .:"II;lh ("Iub; \\', .\. \.: I)eSm~ Clulo: TrrulI.n' <If Wo.....,,·. LeUlI.

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E.\RL \\',\l{J>R(}PE, H \. 1~1t.t:

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BERYL WRIGHT, B

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WYLA~D.

B. S.

H"H' Scuoo,-

El"elu; Via-Pr~en' of Cla.. (I). (I): Intc •. C"Ue,iale Kni,I".; InlC1".~·n.e.n;IY Council: f'qo Band: Yell Ki"lI: (I): Capl. R. O. T. C.

W.\TTERS

ROGER WHE.-\TOX, H l'~l,·u ..n

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LQRXE \\'ILSDX'. B S. IkI,." IhGU $("Q,""L KaJ'P'l [loth.; .\lp.... Zn.: Sttrn....y of F...--. Li ..., "'t .... l JIKl•• nr Tram: P.II:~nf.

p.o.:

WOODWORTII. 13.

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W\I.TER WISDOM, B, S.

n...TnPH'.. II",,.

SCHOOL.

""p,1 Drl,.; Sig..... Tau: ,'<"""lata!

E"lin~••: . he Idaho En,;""",; ".'" 1I0no... (3).

PAL"l WICKW,\Im. B. S, Alrb~

Zeu; "I ("h'l>.

El:GEXE CR.\:\IPTOX' Z.\CIL\I.\X, U. \. E .....:...... II'CH SCIlOOL.

K.~ Sifl"llla; Alpha Kapp;a P.i: POn:" Club: Arro ..a.. t :-i1.R (Il. (I): AHo<ciatr Editor (3): Edito. (4), Enl_ H.h nub; Acbfllu Club: Colonel of R. O. T. l,;


WILLIAM

:-.rARGARET

CO~E,

B. S.

~IACEY,

It .\.

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Club; .:"gl;.h Club

HENRY P,\Y:,\E.

n.

S.

IDAltO FALU Ih,.... St;IlOOL, .\lpl,~

Zela; .\1 Club.

1l0:-.JER illl\RTI;\, LL. II. ROlU 11,,,,, SCHOOL Sigma l"'lta (I';; Hench a,,,\ lIat.

LUKE FLEi\l r XG, B. A. WALr.ACR II"'" Sen""'.

RUSSELL

JOSEPHINE WALKER. B. S. \VAL!.'C" Il'cIl SCHOO"

(;a"""3 I'lli lIela; 1'1'311i$h Club.

LAUREN BAUMANN


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Class of 1925

T

H E. Vandab of 1925 hrld

fill

:IS bc~1 Ih,,\"

could 10 the "uPI)()rt m:nche~ thi~ lear.•mtl while in man.' ca-t'~ Ihe ~Ill)port g;wc war. nc\erthdt'~.s their gcncr.al "t.1ff revo"~ Ihat lhe} \\ ill all he readl to mOle imo thl' frolll line TltXI fall 1I1a~ll1uch· a~ th... Rellcra] ~lafT j. coulposed

of Frank :\hll'll~..\n Goldell, RaJ ,\J1umbaugh. and "Scoop" Ta)-Ior, )"011 lila} lake their a""crtiOIl for what it'~ worth. Thi' Vand:!1 eOll1ingem will han' a ~tOUI nucleii of h(';l\-,' armed IrOOlh in Lyle Tall~r. "Dad'" ":IIl.,CII, l..arr} Quinn (<I Swede) of the delicate hands. "S,"" Klcfflll"T (th.. hero of that thrilling laic cmitlcd 'Thl:' Rajah', Ruh):' .)T l)('rhaJl~. "The Ruh)', R;ljah"), and "Skipp)'" Sti\-cr~. 1I0l\;;d for hi. r.lpid Inrn-O\'cr of real estate while t1calinJ; Ia~t fall in the StocktollSlin~r~ ('Ol11bination, Thllugh not ;,0 ftrociou~ in :lppcar:ll1ce. the light-;LOlled ;luxi1i:lriei art nOllt' the k~~ dl':ull)". for the)' \\ ill he led h)' Elmill;\ )OIlC~. ~Iargarci Sllringer. "Ton~'" Selh) :lud Loui"'l .'olarti". ellch of wholl1 h;I\I,' OIlrC'il(ly malic Iheir kill. Palll lIarl;m :111d F1o~'d .'ol:lrdlhi will continue to mi~11l:111ato;e the SI'r\,ice of Sl1ppl~·. Ilhile Thon;." Roos allfl "Crah" T:.)lor ha\'e \'olunleered as Y. M. C. A. workers. The Phi lis of Ihis c1a~~ rCllOr! with sorrow lhe lOiS of Ihl'ir hdol'ed comradc-in·arrm, \\'a)'nl' Illldd!csol1. who was shocl.:t·(\ hr Ihe I'xplosioll of a Iwd\'c-inch queSiion tired uy Prof. Gill, ill1(] had to retire 10 the wood~ 10 lhink il o\';."r, laking the Phi Ji <cholarshill cup with him.


F ' -/ 5,'lIll'sl,'r ·lr~. Frank

Officer~UO"d PTa. . .._.

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J

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S"Il:fSI"r Fred I ~~'li>r . ~brgarl.'t (;iTI"T

Lewis \VI"'"lall \'•.. 1.·frr. '.', Gertrude 5'U"Ttl ::J" ~1;lUde Carl;md. ._.S~r J.... _l..c" Rnwl;m<l

~Iar)' ~1cC.,lIu11l

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EL"GEXIA ALFORD, B..\. 1.l:W'UO" lI,eN ;;"NOO1.. l"",mma Phi lieu; ~:n~1i.h Oub; 5""n;~h Club; Y W. C. .\.; \\'omen', I ~ C.binet; ",\" 110""" Ill, It!.

WIXTQX C. .\RXOLD.

(u\\)

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:\I.\RY E\'ELYX .\XGELL H, S .\I,~ ..

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1;"_ I'bi U"•• , Y. W, C. .\.;

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n

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EUCEXE II. .\XDERSOX, LL. ,\1 ... , '"

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DWIGHT DISXEY, H. ,\ ,s,Jt'I" .\1"11,, f.poilon.

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A~DERSO~

:\I:\RY UL:RLEIGII. L..... '.

"<1' C.......; Ihe"

~:nrli.h

n. .\

ScH""'-

Clllb; Wubill"Ofl Club; W_n·. I....... ut' l·.binc1.

LoriS F. HROSS.\RD. C. E.. MH••• lI,ea :i<;,,00l.. :',.,..,. Tau; Enchsb (lub; .\>*>ciaIM EnJin«1"L

IDA Bt.:RGESS. B. S. •\UHlIr '"ea SCHOOf>L 11_ &onooaoin Oub.

E.-\RL F. HR.\DFIELD. (L\\\) ro.c..T1:..LO liI~H ScnOOL

lIench .IId !lar:

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nub; Glee nub

JOSEPH H. BL.\XDFORD, (L,I.\\)

...

w~u

WM.L. Il,eu SlllOOL.

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I.....·..

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EVELY): HEX' X ETT. B. .\. J"~~EIl"'''' IIIGH SCHOO". I·onu ..... Ouoo ....

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~1ta.; EnJh~

Club;

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C1ul,.

In)


h )rAY BELLE BUCKIXGIL\;\I. It S.

L.,r"·"

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Ph; Gamma n"ha; T. r.

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l.ieU!. U. O.

WALL,.\CE C. BRO,,":'\. It .\. 1..,",5TolS !I'GIl S""00L.

PI'; Deha Theta: Pee., Cluh: Edi'"" :\rg"".", (3\.

E"llli'lI CI"l>:

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JESSE I-IL:\CI-::. It \. II,,, • ., IllG" SeW'OI. I', ~i8m" llll... ; ~:nk1ish On1>: Clon••1 :'""kl)'.

GERALD BLACK B. S. U",n IIIGIl :-""OOL ~igm. ,\ll'h. ~:".il(>,,; .\11' C1n1o: "r,em "f The .\It....

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WALTER JOSEPH BYRXE. II. S. flo ..., II'G" Se'HlOL. ,\11,1,0 .\1{ Cluh: 11":"",,,, (1ub.

z•••:

RUTII BE.\TTIE. It S.

(Irll~lf-

EC.I

H,,,n 11 '(OM SCHOOL.

Tru.surer II",,,,, Clull.

EC(lnomi". Club:

P.\UL T. BIELER.

:';""'<:'0")"

n.

E"i"""l'ol

S.

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ROBERT

B\KI~R

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{Iub,

E:\IY lOC I{OlGER. II. S " ...., \'f<) IIlIoH SCHOU,-

Gam...... l'l\i H~u: Ik!'-rne< nub: 11,_ ........... ""~ (l"b.

EDITH COOPER, .\ .. UIU" KaPl""

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FOREST LOY.\L COVEY, It S l'"u:u 11,<;" ScaooL. C<>LlISA. C' ... Ka"I"" Iklta: 51,,",,;.1> {"lub: 1< "t"",k Team: ",\.• llono.a (I). (~); E"Il';ol! n"l>.

SAMUEL II. COOX. R. .\. limn II'"'' SCIIOOI.

SiR"'• .\II,h. EI .. ilo".

;\[ARGAI<I~T C.\I<TER. H. S. Hu,u ,heH SCHOO'" Trenurer uf W. .\. ,\.: W"m~"'~ 1""Rue C<>,,"cil: ""cr· llall ("",""dt.

:\It\UREKE C1IEXOWETIl. B. .\. ;\1"."",,· III<::K SCllOO,~:nRli~h

Club.


)J.\RY J. CORYELL B S. (,,'~ ....

II,,,,, Se""",,-

11"...., ~:'-""o ... ,~~ nub; T...,W.. nrr ('1ub.

\LTOX CROWE. H. S. ....."," 11<,," l'<"",~, ... ::-,~

('bi: ( ..... , ('OUll\~Y T ..~m: (.'oro'. It. n

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PHILIP CHRISTEX. Il S.

'II,," XH'''''''' .. ~,,,.. l)rlt~: .\11'1.. "~I~ 1'." :'I,,",.h (1,,10: lart Oub: (.~ .. "r ":'_tt1"",,,n,·: .\<..,.,.."1 lfl. (S); ··f...... of The \le.:· (S). ll,,~u.

)1.\l·DE C.\RL.\XD. B. S. ~""~

\1

,.,Et

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,\l\lk~ ("hi ( ) . - p : W. A.\. \Sl,

S""r<'luy Ua..

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)I.\I~Y

ELJZ.\BETII VL'XX. B. .\.

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PETER P.-\l'L DRl'S, B, S, 1'"Ct'.

D'.\,.~".

II,,,,,

SC"(l(I~.

~:nllli.h <:1,,10; Chairman S,unt (ODl",ill~ (I): (<1.~:dj'or "Gr,n Ilf TI,r \ll~." U I: Hlu.. IInchl S,all"

::-''IIIU. Nu;

.\I\RY A DICK!XSQX. B. 5 ll,.. u,,"," HI"" ~CH'k" ..

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DESCH.\~IHE:\L·

1I",n 'heu SCHOOl.. :;irma (IIi,

:\L\RY V.-\S DEeSE:\". B, S. •: ...un Ill,;" ScHOOl..

1),,1.., (i1........ : 11_

.::co...,,,,i<-;; nub;

ELWY:\" .\.

EAST~I\:\". It

S.

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V.un: II'CH SCH"OI.. .:I_",a<; \. E. ... Club; P .........lnll .\.......,.;a..,<1 lli...,n lSI; ~,,"ar) and Ttft.urtr \<..,..ia,rd lli...,n (f).

CARL FEUHI \\:. (PRr.-:\lm) IllGU SCHOOL I~ha Tau: PrnMkn. Inltr·llan ('oll""il: .:nlll,1I nub; Valun. Ca!l.

nMU

II ELE~ FORSYTII. R..\ . .\ lnK"" lI,c" SrnOOI.. I'i :.i)lmall:ho;.\1l.llalo.a I';.

00,\' C. FISlIER, II. S.

{:.'''·:M·''.'.•

11,cl1 Sc""xn.. •\ .:.... Club; Engli.h nub: ,\<wci.,,,,l all' lI,,_in,.. ~lanaK,r of 'll" III", tln'~"'.

""""'<1: .\••i,L

CL:\RESCE F.-\LES. B. S.

(;.,0",,,,.

II'G" ,,"e,,""1..

'\/C Club: llall)' Canle JudJ,"g Tum; l II ('Iul~

ROBERT.\ FISHER

lSI)


P.\L'L FWEOERIC HER:\I.\X FITZKE. I~.<:.o .~.

n..\.

W'ICU"JI'<

.\Ipha Ta" o-.p; FOOtt.lI (.II; Il.o.>k"flhan (II: 11&""",11 ttl; I O"b.

LEO FLE:\I J XG

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F.\I<~S\\'OI<TIl.

B. S.

1'111 l·I'.i1ol1 (I",;U""; E"lIli.h nub: ",\" II"ll"r_ f~l,

(~)_

(I).

JOSELlX \LBERT (;,\R\'ER. IJ, S 1I0lu 1l'''H SCHOOl..

Kappa IHlta: .\-.c:ia.~1 rnl'''''''''' :;pan;.11 Club; "<0"", The )1 ..: ' (II; \ ..... S.aif (II, (S'; Capla;n II: 0 T C.: .. \ .. 110""'" fl).

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n.".

DELL-\ V. GREEXE, R. 5 .\1 .......... IItGH $".. 0)01..,

I'; l\fla (......... ; :"1.. n'Jh Oul>.

.\RTlIL'R D. GOLDEX. B. S. 110,.>: HIGH SCllool..

""II'na Nu: .\II,lIa Kal'l'" p,;: Illlrr·Cullr,'a'r Kn;,l''''; ,.\chillQ Club: ~:nlll;.b <.iub: Spanish Club; ~'roJb na.e. ball; I Club: Cact", Col"""I: KiA" Tum: Gobble,,: "II"' Ilono.... (II. tf): {'fa.,. I'rroi.lr". (t).

HERTH.\ GLlXUE;\I!\~X, B. .\. C'un'. "·,\Lt". ""'" 5""00'" Il<:lta Gamma; I', Ik,a Gamm.; S«r",..y n.o, (I): .:"III;,h ClUb; :'ipa"loh Clul>.

IIELEX GRDI:\1, B. S. :-<.......

II'GI< SCHOOL

Gamma I"'; Ikt.; P, Ik.a Ga....... : \'i«--P• .,.~lrn' I'an. IIrlknir: :'i'UIlt (".... mi"~: Junit>r P ..... <:""'01;11.... : .:".1i", Club..

I tit I


1

GERTRUDE GROEFSEl\If\. H. S. .\lo""T.",路 110... lI'OH SCllOOl-.

:\IAYBELLI! E","~~, .... II'GH

i\1:\I~IE

Se"",""

GEHRKE. B. A.

~:o"'~u"", W~SH.

Tr~blc Clef Club: ".\" 1I0no," (1). Ul, (3).

WALTEl{ GARRETT !\(,o,u 11'<;" 5CHUll~ Si@ma Nu: I)<ama,ic$: SHIm Commillcc (1). (~), (3); l'Cl' l1antl 5ho,,' U), (2). (3): "Swcclhcarl$."

IREXE: GOOD, It .\. .\lplla Chi Omcga.

LlLlAX GROVES, B. A. S,,..orO'lIT llton 5clloo,E"gli$h Club: \'. W. C. ,\.

I::Li\lERl'\A GARDNER. B. S. UOln 1I1OH 5CI[00l-.

I',

lle'a I'hi: Y. W. C. A.: 1Iome Eco"omlcs Club.

RALPH HASBROUCK 1\<)IU

ll,ml SCliOOl-.

"'.ppa l>ell .. : FOOlb.n S<,uatl (:1).

RUTH HOVE, B. A. :>:"OTII C.o:"'TUL 11'011 5clloo'_ f'i Sillm. RIIQ: Treasurer of 5p''';$1> Club (a): E"!ilis1> Club; Washing,o" CI"b: Y. W. Co A.: Argo"o.", Staff (I), (2). (3): ",\" llnno.. (I). (2),

[63)


P.\UL )1. HARLAX, It S. (1...oG. EXGIt.) 1l"~T'''(>.O: C,TT COu.EA::lt.

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RALPH HARDlXG. R. S. :\I\'_\D IIU:H Sen .......

Phi 1)0,". Thet:a; Froslo £l:lkbooJ1.

N. F, GILLlI.--\:\1. It S. l·~"u.s.ln

... ru.'lII0'f.

.\.-u'~d FO'I"~ler

ROBERT W.\YXE HL'DDELSOX. LL B. I;ooD"", 1I 1<'"

SCHOOL

Phi ("... m..... Della: l'hi .\Iph Della, Inl~r.ColI"';.'e KuiJ!h,,,,; lIen~h and I:~r; Imer-Fr:a'~rnilr Council; Glee n ..b; Truk Tum (I).

CIt,\RLES H.-\CSEX. B. S. 1'","1,(><'<)

11IeH SCHoo,-

lie,. The'a 1';, I nuh: F"".hall

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:\/ILLARD HEATII. B..\. (; •.\.~(.I'A".""

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:\IARY llIBBELX. It S. ()aor,~o l~'-:",r'

11,(;11 SCllOOl.. Club; S"all;,h Club.

LOUIS HELPIIRE\'. R. S. :'.\.~

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SCHOO'"

I'hi ('...m..... lJ~h.: .\, Club; Enlli.h ClUb; _\.,o".m S•• IJ (I). It): I)a;r, I'rodue,' Jud'1R1 Tum (tl.

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SCIH'YLER HILL lkJlS~

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DORIS

STE~GER.

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II.\ZEL

JO~ES.

B. S.

l"i l:..t" Phi: \\ ..\ . .-\.

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ELEA~OR I~DIISCll.

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EDlER HOLBROOK H, S. (AG) '" .. nwotl"TAI" 1:"Tln'TE. 1·11 Oub..


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WILLI.UJ KILLL\I \XX. B S. KllU'l(;<o Ihcal SC"OOI..

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SYLVESTER KLEFfXF.R. H. .\. \\ ........0:

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WALTER :\lcCR.\E. LL It 10:..",...,." n,CK SCMOOL t>al'fla ""1r1M.


Mj\RV \lcc.\LLU:-.r. B. .\. ('(1>:0:. ,,'.\L>:.~t

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CAROL OL50X. B. S. W'l.t..\(·~ 1o:1'k<1,~1

I"c'" Sc•."",... Club.

S.UIUEL P01XDEXTER, B. S. II",.. "'~I'l'a

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Ilella:

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PECII.\XEC. H. S

II".:" 5c"ooL. nuh: Sl'~ni<h ("Illh.

HOWARD PUTX

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FALl.< II",,, :)eUWL.

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II"",'

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WALTER RDJEI(. II. \. I.~W"T()N

II"", 5"'''000.

Kappa 5ill",a: Bukel·II"1l (a); J ('I"h.

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CLYDE R1CII.\R.DS. B S. I.u,-,nus II''-;H 5c"00,SilftD'l .\1,.1Ia ~:lI"'il"n: Te",,;, :-'1_1,

WILLI.UI REEl>. LL II ('''u....·.\~I II", .. !OeM'." "'icma \It'U .:",,;Iorl: IlnIcll ."'\ 1I11r.

WERXER RIPPLlX(;ER. Ii.. \ (~"Ol";; I"~D ScHOOl..

t:".1i_1I Oub; Gin- ( l .. b.

PERCY HOWE, B. 5 \IOK"" II",,, SCHOOL ';i.,..•. \lploa "'l><ilon: 'h",k....: .\. •:. •"

lll'GII

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E. W. REXSII.\W, f\ S.

10.>1,'" l'hi

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n.m,,,,,

LLEWELLYX ROWL.\Xns, It S.

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STEP ..IEX STOCKD.\LE.

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CII,\RLES SI:\I.\IO:'\I)$ l:Cla Thu I'i,

BEUL \ll

SClll'~I.\CHER.

II. S.

'[',"C"" II"." :-Cll'.... ~. 1', He!a (;.",ma; ~p.~n;,h Club.

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SCI-liCK. II

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(~ERTRL'I)E

SHEPARD. H S.

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TAYLOR, LL. B.

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~Io",,路

,ains" (~); 'rg<",~\" Staff, SlUm C"mntin~c (2).

LYLE T.\PPER, ll. S. C"'C"('<>. 1,.1.. t:lwola.; 1'1)0,1,311 (2), (S): , <:Iuh.

THOMAS

[73)


THEODORE TUR\:ER H. S. r~'.n" ~I I.

II IGU SCI(oo,-

Phi Ildn Theta; Yell KinK: l'm.h ~"""I.. Il; 1"'e•• e"I1,· Rial" Knigh ...

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II,eu Sell"'"

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B. S.

\\',\1.'-'CIr IIJlm S<;IIWI. ~;I"·"'a•.

TIIOMAS WEST. H. S. IIIAIl!> T~C"Stn'. ('''''~'.GE.

jiig"'a S" .

.\:\UREW W.\HL, II. S. SAINT JOllS'S Pur. ~I'NN.

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GEOl{ljE \\ \'-"':EN.. Lt. II \\ ,......". 111<:" """OOL. ",,''''" :'itma: I'bi \I1'u llrh~, \l"ck· .... (h,"; T ....(k '11

FR.\XK WILLI \:lISOX 1'It. f;"m"",

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LEWIS \\"ILLl,\:\IS :'.tma (11;; 1 Ouh: (',,,,,....C,.,,,,'IT

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FLORE~CE

SELHY. B. 1\

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:\I.\H.GARET SPRIXGE.R, II, .\. 1I~I!o; 11'(;11 J'c""'''~

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Vandal warf:lre th~ SOllholllQre class Iradiliou:llfy is helll in reserl'l,', tlllt this year tIll' ollslaughu of the wild lri~s irorn the Pacific coast 11~'cessitatcd a concelltration of Idaho forces. The class of 1926 accordingly WitS call1.'d iuto :Ledon .md did their bit like \'t~lerans. Ra)路 Steph. en., Otto Ill1cfTllcr. Vic Cameron, Ted Bucklin anll Wayne D;lI'i. were knighted for sen'ices in the lidd. Knight Da\路is. howel-cr, was wcakl'lIcd through eXllOsl1TC to Tortl' ;Hld after a lingering illness died in tlw ;1TI11" of the I":l\\' School. Ill.' was allcllded hy John (lUCII, a Red Cross worker. who also contr,1cted the disease and shuffled west.

Is

His last request

W:,5 lhill

the Fiji scholarship CUll

be huri.-<! with him. Jimmy Ch<lpm:lll. last YC<lT'S cla_s WitT-chief. wa, hurt by the Freshman stun I in 1923 and only hltel)' rejoined his oUllit. In lhe pe;lce LQnferetlcc dehates Bessie Savage and COll~1:l11ce Taylor won ml1.:h allplause alld olle vote, ~[arie JohnSOIl, Mari.' G,ll1er ;l11d Jeanette Greve are :Iller Ihe dr;1l1l,1Iic laurcl~ uow held h)路 Pearl Stalker and Louisa ~l;trliu: :'IHrlh :'IlcArthur :ll1d A10lh,t Plal1 are Ihe most tlTeclive tlass posers; Bud ~Ielill is the c1a~s [X:t, while Bill Gl1ernse)' holds the fussing endurance record. Sid Y;tger and Clarence Olson look lurns holding the rein; of :Idminiiitralil'c power this year, :md have beeu heard to rctlmrk that hy this tillle Ihey dou't give :, hOQl ",lwlher Ihe team nUlS away or 110\'


Officers

d SeUlllsl,,. SrfQU OISC:ll .. 'sler Chrcnce FirSI .,(111, ..P,.,.s....._..... E. r nsberger ' 1 \' <gcr..._... . t -'ster SI( 1 'I"' il \'Ior ......â&#x20AC;˘ ,. .-I'I"N. ..,., Hasca Evans l-IO( ",.t. Trt>(I$........... Kenned\" CI e Olsen.. ..... Esther . are Zorl1es....... ...~,.( ... _.... Ruth


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Har""m TOonalOIl

Wyman C••

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HE Oa" of 192i h;l~ lini,hcd a 'tr~nIlNI5 tnr.iliing ytar, ami ate no\\ read, for :u:tin;' ~en ice nUl (=-11. The Hal~i ha\c whipp.od intu "hallC nicd,-gret'll cap~. Ilulme right. Pull lIIan bon-tire. "quadi lOa,! and \\e<â&#x20AC;˘. Fn',hm:m GIee--e\CrYlhing \\3. done ;1I:cording 10 Call1pu~ Rules. )JO'I of them hal'C' managed 10 ~Ial with the colors this ,'car. and will add a husky aUtumll

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1III0la to the thinned rank, alOUI{ the front linc~.


Officers SaO/Ill Sn".'5Irr

Prrs..

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Victor Casebolt

C. Cool15 Doris S<iuibb


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Tucker Squibb


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The Department of Athletics til(' 111~:J fO(lth:lll ~cason Coao.:h ).I:nhcws dear!\ demonstrated 10 the l"niversity and all of her supponers that their wnfidenct' in him had nOt het'Tl bclTa)'(.路d. With 1ll:tlt:rial that had h:td hut onc )'car under the ).Ialhews systcm. he turned OUt a te:tlll whose go.1.1 line was t10l cros~ed IIntil the last twO game~ of a heavy schedule, ~lalty has also created a traditi<m thm Idaho's tcam:. nc\'cr (luit and that Idaho's athletes alwa)'s traill. lIe is now working hard to bring up 1(1:lho's track standing and the present indicatioll:; arc that he will su('ceed. lie has the facility of gelling the vcry hest Ollt of his men and the morale of Jd:lho's teams has been an inspiration, [11 two short years he has done \\'ollder~ ancl under his able leadership Idaho can cxpcrt g'rc:tt things of her athlete~ in the future,

D

l'I{IX{~

Coach :'>[;lc.\li11all rcalized that a fourth championship lmsketball team was wdl-nigh illllXlssible, espcrially since only one cxpt:rienced man returnc(1 to school. Yet nnder his guid:l11ce Idaho surprised e\'en herself. Hcfore the heginning of the prese11t scason the outlook was gloomy indeed. out soon after the .<;tart of the season we realiz(."{1 that :\Iac had dc\'elopcd a team of which Idaho COtlld well be proud. L'ntil the coast trip Idaho was :;till in lhe rLttll1;ng am.! e\'en ;n foreign territory ,\Ia("s teams were only defeated by scant Illaq."ns, Ilis experience :1:a coach both in baskdball and baseball ha\路c enahled Idaho to stand among the t01Hlotchers;n both the Paeific and ;';orthwest conferences and ~li1l11lore;~ looked for from his tcams iu the future,


nOtJ


College of Idaho 0

Idaho 83

\\'ith scarcely two weeks of training. the \ 'anda!s played their first pre-season game with the College of Idaho on Ih~ home field. The Idaho men dearly outplayed the visitors and demonstrated a superior brand of hall ant! coaching. The \'anda!s were at :Ill times ahle to control the offense of the opposing team. At no time did the College scriol1~l}' threaten 10 noss Idaho's goal. This game dem011strated 10 Idaho students whal a determined tcalll ~'ollld (10.

•\"OTlIEfI FOil: IlJAlIO

Montana 0

Idaho 40

Idaho opened the 192;i :..'onhweSI conference with a decided victory. foreG\sling a brilliant season for the \·<IndaI5. .\ :ilOne-wal1 defellse held :\IOntall<l scoreless. while a speedy. hard-hitting backfield carried the ball over :\[Olltana's goal line six limes. The \"andal$ played an offensive game throughom, ncver allowing thc IIruins 10 pass their IS-yanl line. Idaho's tcam under Coach :\lathews' careful lraining. \\"a;> ill perfect physical condition and all primcd for a ,·ictoriOIlS :,cason.

I lOll 1


Gonzaga 0

Idaho 13

The llludHalked--of "aerial attack" of the Bulldog~ failed to hring' them ,-iclor)" over Idaho's human football machine. Om of t, attclllllll-od forward passes b~' the Bulldogs. only Ii were completed. , imcrcepted and 11 grounded. Idaho completed :1 l>asses for a tOlal of :l(j yards. Superior footh.'lll and teamwork won for Idaho. .\ slippery field and a wet ha.lI prol>'1.bl}" s<lvc<1 the hca\'ier Conzaga team 拢rOI11 a harder dmhhing. This was the fifth game of the year with Idaho's goal still uncrossed.

1ll.\110 STOI'S TilE <:Ol:G.\l{

w. S. C. 0

Idaho 14

Idaho \'3l1dals Icste<1 their strength in the 192:3 Coast conference at Pullman by shutting om the \\"ashingloll State Cougars for the first Idaho ,-iclory in ten years. The outstanding feature of the game was Ihe facl that nothing outside the realm of straight football was resorted to by Co."lch :\Iathews' men, The Idahoans played the cntire gamc without a fumblt:, Sc\'cral limcs thc Cougars succ~cdcd ;11 placing thc ],,111 Oil ldaho's onc路yanl linc. hnt jusl as mallY limes the Iclaho defense held and thc play was turncd toward the Cougar's goal.

"

1


u. of Oregon 0

Idaho 0

Thi" b'<l.lllc was probabl~- the mo"t :-peclacular and biltt:rl~ cOllles-ted gamc that hal' c\'cr 1x."<'.11 seen on the P:lcific COOl"\' TwcllIy+two year.. ago these two leallh mel for the first lime. in a tic game. Since Ihen we h;\\'e met them fiheen lime~. each time hoping to O\'cn:ome the {)rcgon jinx. ()( ()regan's tli'; yard,;;: WI;n, 111 :mrds were from passes. The \\"chfootcr<;' powerful attack wa~ stOpped â&#x20AC;˘ Illy b~ the machine-like work of the \'andal team. Thl:' ~peedy hackfield \'andab were .;,(lluewhal handicapped on account of a ..low ';"1.wdl1!i1 ticld.

O. A. C. 0

Idaho 7

The annl1al .\Tlllisti..:!: Day game at lIoise ga\-c Idaho :Illother victory o\'cr the Oregon .\ggies. Onl)' Ollce did CO<lch Rutherford's clC\Cll seriously threaten the "andal g'oal. and theil, as in the IXlst, the fiS'hting \anda!:; formed a stonewall dcfcnsi\'c. and with the (). .\, C. c1c\'en within a few yards of thc line which mcant the possibility of 3 ticd Store. and with four downs to make the few remaining \anb, the Idaho line slll:lshed through and threw the, \ggies for three SlICl'C--';\'C I{)~;;e.. lotaling fifteen yards, amI gaincd lhe hall 011 a fumhte.


Stanford 17

Idaho 7

The lir'" score against the \'<ll1daI5 Ihis season nllnc ill the second quarter of the :-itanfonl game. The first quarter 0PCllC(] tip in a spectacular aerial duel beI\I'Len :\cycr" of :-;tanford and Fitzkc. Idaho's punting genius. A series of punts WNC exchanged. fr0111 which Idaho gained several yards. The \"<!tl(lal cleven easily olliplaycdlhc Cardinals in the second (juarter. making a touchdown after a series of 10llg nms am] pas;;cs. .\\ the cud of the first half. both teams left the tich! will1 the score at a lic. '1'\\'0 \'cry (Icterlllincd teams bCg'l11l the second half. ill which period the "hrc:tks" sccmc<] to favor the Stanfonl players. By strong defCI1S;I"C work the Cardinals prevellled Idaho frum scoring again. whilc they pushed (j\"cr a IOtlo.:hdown and scored a place kick.

U.S.C.9

Idaho 0

The L路tlin::.rsity of Southern California team opcncd I1p in a fa~t olTensi,'c attack which gave them a touchdown early in the sl'Cond quarter, Idaho's chance came vcry ~oon aher the Trojan's first score. .\ series of dazzling rUllS and passes by the \'all<1<1lo5 brought the ball. withont illtermptioJ1.the entire length of the tidd. and to what was apparently acro!'!' the goal. only 10 he taken back by the offil'ial~ and gi'"en l{l the Trojans. Perhaps the most spectacular play of the g-:llllC came when Stivers passed to Cameron fClr an IS-yard g<tin. almOSl within lhe "hadl w of the L路. S. C. goal l,NJsts,

Football Review Frum the College of Idaho game. early in October. ulltil the final whistle. the g'ridiroll \'an<I<lls made history for Idaho, Coach :'Ilmhcws' rigoroll~ training program pl1\ the men ill fighting condition carly in lhe season. ;\Icver has Idaho hOt<1 a han.Jcr hilling line and a better stonewall defense combined in OIlC. \"c"er beforc has the backficlu functioned as machine-like and effectively as under the direction of Sli\'cr~. Idaho's an-Pacific Coast qllartcrlxlCk. This season will long: I'c rC11lc11lberc<] a!i one ill which fumbles were unheard of. mistakcs lInknOWIl and excellcllt coaching ,'cry e\路iclcnt. The Idaho dc\'en \'ery ably upheld their tradiIiOllal nanw "'\ "<tndal." becausc Ihey werc Ihe snappiest. scrappiest. peppiest, f aSlest. most vicious, hard hitting anu happiest team ill the confcrence.

11011


WAYXE O,\VI5 "FI..,\';II"

FII5T

YEAR

lla/fbtJdl

D:l\"i, W3' 011(' of laSI year', Fr.. ~hm"'ll "ho 'tcJlp芦! into a 'tcady ber1h roll th~ Var,it~,

GIFFORD D.\V[])50::\ FIII.:;T YrMI flu/fbur!:

"GIF"

\m'lhu of laSt year's ycarI111":' ",,110 P<'ri,.nllt'll Oil Iht" \':lr~it~

credilahl~

CIl:\I~L1~5

1l ..\ USE::\ S.:cmw YUIt Turk/,'

"DAII"

Bill, -crappy and aggrc,,"i"e, he "a' in )'Ianr', m.1(~hine.

:I

\'3lllahlt:

COj:

.\BE GOFF ". \ lit; ,

Tlllltil Yt'\1t

("lila Thi~ W:l~

:I

.\h.,', ]a"t rl.'al lill('<;III:lII.

~'"ar

anti [daho "ill mi __

VICTOR C.\).IEROX "\',e"

FIII."T YUR 1l1l/fbd.路~,

Vic W:li< ill~a]lacit;.\ed at the fir.t of the ~C:l~'ll1. hUI hi~ "h<:ming Oil the ,outhtrn trill wa<; exeC:llti"nal.

Jails

REED

"jOll:"'''''''

SU(1"'D

YUIt

GIIII,d "johnny" w:.;; shifted from the hack field to lh... lil1c in the la'\ lmrl of lhe ~eason, and with \hi~ )'ea"5 experience to his credit he wilt In:llo:e a \'aluablt' man :1.1 guard next fall

11081

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JOIl:\ VESSER "jlOIISS\'"

E,.d

SECOSD YI'~'11

"jOhllll)" is ont of Ihe men who rould be used eilhtr on the line or in Ihe b3ddidd. He (lla)芦1 a h:ml g:ame ill l"ilhtr place:.

SYLVESTER KLEFFXER "Sill"

SEcosn )'1'. .... /fplfbarll

Kleffner "a~ kept out of Iht gamt~ in lhe earl)" pan of Ihe season wilh a S(I""in芦l knee. . \~ SOOTI a< he was rdit,"oo (If Ihis handicap he bele:all piling up yardage lik.. a ,-eler::an.

THEODORE Bl'CKLIX '"TUI"

FIIIST YLAII

Ttul:/r alld Fwl/to/uk Bucklin was a mility man and no mailer "'htre he pla)'ed he alwars m:Ide a hole.

OTTO IIUEFXER "OTTO"

1'lllST )"LAN

End .\!though lluefner was e:omparati"e1y light he had lhl': sl)('ed and aggrl':ssil'encss.

ORVILLE JONES 路'XorSy"

FIIlST Yt:t.1l

Gllurd

Jones didn't gel many OPIJortunities. but whell he did he alw:lY< malle: the best of them,

WALL.\CF. YORK '路'\'AU.U:" FIIlST YLU Crllirr

York tackles like :l demoll and nellt ,ear \\ e ellpect a great deal from him.

(1011


KOBERT FITZKE "H(lll"

FIIIST Yr.\11

IJlJl;ln,!"1;

"Boh" was one uf the IIh"'I(>III"n;l1 kichr~ "f the co.,~t I~au,;.e of c~l1f... rence ruling "Bhh" will IlQI hoe eligible 10 pla~ f, r I,lah,) again I h· ccrtainl) ",ill be lIIis..ed.

DWIGHT OISXE\, F11I~t

·'PlkATF;"

\'t.\I

IJlJf(b<1r1:

Di"'le} ",a", f()Und 1a~1 pear ill intr.lIl1ural f"ot ball and although he had no t~gu\;,r IMlrth he wa~ <II

\·aluahl." man as a

~ub<tiIUl".

SOPIIL·S :\L\KKEK "StWII"

SHO.'·U Yt.\11

TI/I-I;I,'

:\I:,rker came t.) u~ frolll :,,'ro"~ th" li,l\' :111,1 has ~ho",ed ...onll.' real Itlahol tilo:tu.

LOUIS STEI'HEXS "FAr"

SFcO:\U YlAIl

(;lIurd

In spite of Sh'llhcns' "ci1l:11I h" la,lc.. t lino: men un the team

..

\\a~

Ol\l' (,f the

R,\Y STEPlIEXS

"FAT

J "

Tllrkl,"

Ra} ",·a~ 0l1C' Qf last rear" "onder ~C'ar1il\g team alld c;,rri~1 his <lUff into thi .. }ear'~ Var.. it~

11101


LYLE TAPPER SECmw YrAIi GlIlJrd

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... orlv:r aut! alw;l.1S in !hc /l:ame,

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XI~L50X

FIII:>T YUk

End 1II

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to get thc interference or

~IORRrs

"DCsT\'''

"UXE St:tUI'Il

Yt'H\1(

Crul,'r

"Du,t)"" ha, played his 11L~1 rear for Idnho, lie didll't know th" mc;millg of d"fcat ,l1ul was the h:lrd"st tighting n\;m 011 tlw tcam,

VERXQX STIVERS "S"Il'I'\""

S':CO:->11 Y".... II

Qllor/ubllr!' Whell "Skip" was Ilicked ;15 AIl路Co.'1st Quartef' back (hCft was no tnbtakc. lie not ortl~ had Ullcanny ability as a gencrnl but ... as a good kkktr ami an excdlellt pa,!."cr.

[ 1111


~"HF.~lI\1 \~

S(W \11

Freshman Football I<E~IL\1.\:\ fooll)...ll thi... fall was m;trk(:d hy the size and numbe.r of mcn tr)'illl-:' for positions. It was 110t \lnlil Ihe $Cason was well under way that l(,;!ch :\Iac:\lillan could sclet"t the men to fill Ihe regular IXlSilioTls 011 the team. in fan for sOllie till1{: there were t\\'O le:\lII<; of C(lu:1I or nearly e<llla! strength.

F

The fir.:.t g:llll~ of the season was with the Gonzaga S'-comls and wa... played on :\IcLean Field. It resulted in a :17-.; victory for the ycarling. The next two g:tllles. Wilh the ;\Iontanil Freshmcll al :\lis~llla ilnd with the \Vashington State Freshmen at :'Iloscow re!'.uhed ill defeat for the Vandal Babes. :'Ilac:'llillan's protcges. howc\路cr. swore revenge amI against the Chelley KortlIalteam showed their real ability. Winning the last gallic of the season before a homc crowd by a s..fc margh1.

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(III)

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II.\ROLD TELFORD "TEU\o"

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i~

an .\lI-Coa$1 Guan!. 1)la~-CT

cOJl'i_u'n\

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W\LTER

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"ur~ ~hOl_

RE:\rl~R F1M~T

",rAt.Y"

YrA.

Farr,curd "Walt" played exceptionally good ball tlli~ lear. Xext lear he "ill be one of the nl;\ln,t:", flU tht Vartiity" tealll

Ll"\" PEXWELL F'.'T 'fLu

"(;1,;\

FDr.,urd

"(iu," \_ a \cry dl',-cr 11,..." "urker. fa_I ;111,1 ;\ oIcadll 'h,,\.

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"HUll"

C,'lIt ..r

"Boh" j, (':o<I)('cI('<I to Oc .dell 11~ :l),laiu nO:Xl ,11Ul will make a '{r<lug bid for .\II·C"n,1, lle \\:h pi".,ketl om Ih(' \1I-CoOl_' 'l'coml !(';WI thi,

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bcnh thi_

)'l'ar he "ill make a _tn'lIg bid jor OIl,' IIC'l;1 .'ear

r1161


VERXOX STIVE.RS "SlOPPY" FIIIST

Y~:AII

FQr<mrlllmd CII/>lniu-l'Il'I"l

"Skip" broke il1lQ the game a liltle latc, hm SOOIl ",a~ playing a rcgu1:lr [IOsition. As caillai!! of 1100:o<t ye:,r's tC:lI11 lw "ill he the main cog .-,f the \'am!al machiue.

\\'/\LTER FIELDS FtllST

""'ALT"

Y.:AII

Gllurd

"\Valt" "as onc of the beSt player~ 011 the fro~h t"alll and :lfter this y'ear's experknce on Ihc Vanity ~quad \1 ill be in line for a regular hl'rth IlI'X( year,

XE:\L :-.JELSOX "X"I.L\" F,IIST ClIflrd u"d Crul,',

YEAII

"Xelly" could play either po~itioll and hc playl'd thCI1\ well. 1II.' wa~ a good scr:lpper :l~ well :1' a good ~hot.

:\IORRI5

KLI:\I~

"])t',n'"

FIIIST

Y'.... II

Gllurd

Ll,t rear "Dusty" was h:l1ldieapped by injuril's al](] thl' same thing was true thi~ year. 110\\,c\'('r, when he dill Ill'! in the 1l:1I11C he Wh ;L good sle:ldy worker and played thl' game "'ell.

ERROL llILUI.\:-" FIII~T Y~:'\II

"SllIlIlTY"

Glwrd "ShOrty"

\Ia~

(h...

~mallest

lll:m on the team

bLll si1.e m:ldc II() (liffercncc to him for he alway's ~t::ycd 11Oml~,

(lHl

with hi, mall :llld held him down

lO :1

few


Basket BaU 1923·1924

P

ROSPECTS for <t urilliallt hasketball SC:lSQll wcrc far from cllc('mraging when lite first calls for practkc were solllldc(l. 0111y (lile letterman from last year's "wonder five" was eligible for the \'allcla! S<luad. 1\;I<;ketball stock was "cry low. but whell practice staned there were over twenty men in uniform. \\';th intcnsh'C practice and careful training it soon oc-camc apparent that the squad would make a ,"cry cn..'dihle showing. and would he a ..tmng competitor for the P",cific Co.'SI dlalllpionship for the third <.unsecuti\-e year. Fifteen pre-season games were scheduled in order that the ",cluacl might han~ good competition while rounding inlo ..hape. Thi, ~rics of game:> enabled Coach :\lac),litlall to IC~I out the strength (If his new mell uuder ("·ery playing l'OlUlition. and to add the Iini::hing tOllches to the team before the confcrctwe season hegan.

The '"andal$ opellcd their l'Onfcrence schedule hy defeating ).lont:ll1a in two fast games, .Ialltlary]} and 12. on the home floor. In hoth games the Idaho men easily olltplayC(] the ).lontana fil'e in every pha:-c of the game. Soon after the ).Tontana galliC. the n, .\. C. quintet invaded Idaho territory and nosed 011l the \'andals by one point in an extra five minute period. This game w;ts perhaps the fastest and most thrilling game of thc :>casoll. The O..\. C. five was the fir..t team 10 win from Idaho on the home l100r ill three years. The ":1Iulal5 di"ided honors with W. S. c.. winning the fir"l g;ltlle and miracllollsly being crowded Ollt by one poillt in the ..econd game. The Yandals dearl)' outp.1ssed and outplayed the Cougar:. ill this game. hut the fact that the Idaho men convcned onl)' two out of elevcn ff(."C throws easily accounts for the loss. .\ narrow defcal of only two point" by the L'nh'ersity of \\'a"hin!.'ton fi\·c. who later represented the 1I0rthern di,i"ion at C:i1ifornia. practically crushed Idaho':- chanccs for thc third cOllscrmive l'acific CQast championship. By a one-point defem in:\11 extra five-minute pcriod by O.. \. C., a one-point loss to \V. S, C. and a two-point loss to the Cni,·ersity of \Vasltington. a total of only four points. Idaho's \'an<1al machinc was deni.. .d the right 10 defend the titl(: of the northern section against tlte southertl scction of thc Pacific Coast Confercnce. The '·andal sqllad is known to all "porNll(:1I throughout the \\"cst a" a fighting machine. fast but <.--001. e'-er offensi'-e, ne,er beaten. and a club possess· ing a Iype of sponsmanship that is unsurpassed. :\lllch praise i'" due to Coach ).lac:\lillan for his ability 10 build lip a tnte ":lI1dal team with only one \'elerall player in Ihe field to sian with: a team of which we are all proud and glad to call our own.

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The Tournament

T

IlE tournament this year showed a marked impro\'emelll III the brand of baskelb<lll being played in the \路3riOIl"; section!< of the state. The competing teams were Rupert. lloise. :\Ialad. Rigb,Y. Challis. Kellogg. :\Ioscow and Kooskia. noise and Rupert won the right to J)la) in the final game for the championship. which was won by路 Boise. The team representing "cHogg was awarded Ihe llportsmanship cup. Thc coltllllitlc(' 011 the all-tuurnamcnt tcam chose: l!eyer of Boise. forward: Ihlrgher of RllpCTl. forward: Stowell of Rigby. ccntcr: Estes of :\Iosco\\'. guard: Rohinson of l{oise. guard. on the fir::>l team: and Drummond of Kellogg. forward: Quinter of Boise. fon\'ard: Sit\'C~nhorn of lIoi".('. cCllIer: 111111 of Kellogg. guard: Campbell of Rigb)" guard. 011 the second team.

IltOl


J.\LLEX

~RO\\'X COl"11l

'·B,\IlE"

,\~

coach of lht \\r.. ~tting t"-:Ull lhi.. ~' ..ar "1f;tIJe" ~ho\\t'd lhat he C(}uld p;l~" on a great deal f f hi .. abilit~ to hi .. IlrOleg... _, Th;.. year "H"h.." e.,,acl1ed hi .. leam to the m'ht ",CCt" .. fd ~'car ~el kno\.n in Idahn wr.... lIilll,l ;lImal..

FR.\X!\: KIXXISOX ' TIIIKI'

··KD'~\

YtAI.

"Kiuny" y,,1- one .of th.. 11\ ·t danJ:,'r, I" ;111<1 feared matmen d lhe Xonhy,e--t in hi .. ",·iJ/ht ,lIId dClllomtr;uffi hi .. ahilil.' In '=" , 111 , f hi.. ria" ,mil "lill l1alldl.. hi .. mall,

Jt)1l X \'ESSEH "J"Il~~lt:"

SR' .... 11

Yt',.k

"Johnnie" ha .. long heen known :l~ Idahl)'.. "1:mdVy. lie was kC111 ()UI of th.. wr"slli"J: a ,,;on <lIthe 't'a~oll Ii)' jlljuri....., lUll \Ia~ yet :.hl.. 10 ,hul' hinN;-lf Oil\, of Lhe he<1 lwa..y\\eillh" in ,Ill' COli fercnc,'. "jn]11Inie ha' "Ill' mClr(' year. H

WILLlA)! HlTXER "BilL"

FlkST Y,.... 11

"Bill:' ldaho'~ sclls.1.tional lighlwl'ight. r.. i1cd in only 011(' C011leQ to throw his Ill:ln. )llIch i~ ex ptCted of him in his next two rears of wre~t1ing,

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ERROL IIILDI.\X "SIIQllTY"

SE,COSII YfMt

Although "Short}" wa~ out for ba.kctl);llI. he

brok~ into lhe wrbtlil1g gam(: at the W. S. C. 11I~1 and Ollce more demonilratcd that he ii well

litled 10 handle hi~ ('111'1011<"111» of the 135'llOund

cia,.

GL-Y \\' leKS "Gn'"

FI""'T YEAIl

"Gu~" W~ kepi out of Ihe tirst match"" II) in-

jurie~.

bllt later in the ~ca!'<)n de\'dop~d into Idaho', be,t wrC~Ih:r in the 145-llound cia••

JOJ-lX DI!RR "jOIlSSlf."

FINST Yt:"\N

Thi~

was "johnnic'~" tirst }car (>rJ the m:l\ for Idaho. hut hI' did I'cry crl'ditahly,

ROY P,\TCIIEX "RoY"

FIIlST Ff.... N

.-\!though Roy had nc\'cr wrestled before thi~ rear. he ~how~d prombe of den'lolling into a wre,t1~r of the Iiht 1'1:1."

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Wrestling

W

RESTLL'\(j was more cnt}llisiaslically entered into dl1ring the l!lj!.t season both by the sImien! body and the men trying for places on the tcam. Four il1\cr~'ol1egiatc meets were hel<1, of which the \",l1ldal grappler" were victorious in three. The only meet lost WilS 10 the L'n;vcrsity of \rashingtOIl at ~e<.lttle. in which the Idaho le.lm scored onl.\" three palms. The 10\1" score l1la<lc by the team does not represent the c10selless of the meet. however. for eight of the matches resulted in draws. Idaho scored IwO victories O\,er the \r. S. C. [cam and the meet with Oregon \\":15 \\'011 by a large score.

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1-IEXRY PO\\'EHS Flk~T Yt;'\k

"111:-;""

"H'1I1k" \\'a~ good fl)r au} tli<tancc, hut W:l~ exC(,lltion:IIl)' good in Iho:: (lU>lrI\'r-mile and the 120 101\' hur(lle~ Xo::xt }\'ar he will he nne uf IIbho'> Inst track mCl!,

I~YROX

I..:EITII

"I..:EITIl"

TlllkD YF.Ak

Idah,,\ Ill"l ~I>rillter and relay man, I..:eilh 11''1' a ,urt point willner :md l\ilI he greally mihcu lIext year.

til'Y

PE:\'\\'ELl~

Cuf'/mu "Gn"

T!llk!> YF,\k

"Guy" ll'I':llIf :llll'ay~ wok lir't in tIle milo.:, I]", Iwd H gtl(ll! ~Iri(k amI '1 ~tr()Il!i: lilli,h, He cerwinly will hI' mi"Ci! uext }'car,

LE\\'IS \\路ILLl.nIS

'"I_Ell' '"LI'W" i~ a di~t'lI1ce nlnn and excclltu:m,dl) J{Qod in the two-mile. I!<' plll~ all Ill' hil~ lllln a race and 1i1!;11I' riJ{lll lip tu lhe 1"1111,h

L:\\\,REXCE Ql-IXX '"LAKK\'"

I'tkST Yt,\R

"Larry" i~ a wdght man ancl i~ dcn,loping f:l't ill pUlling the ~hOI and throwing lh" di'cll~, Xcxt y-c;lr '"Larry" will lH' (Iquht ~et a ncw record

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,\RTIlL!R 50\\-1)£1{ .\~T"

fIR~T Yf,AR

"Art" 1\;\' one I'lf the 111;\instays of the team one of Ihe hall-miler~ in the confu(,llce. la~t )"l.';IT, and g;w", VTomi,,,, of de\"doping i11l0

GI~ORGE

W,\LKEI{ FIII;:T Yr....1l

\\"alker did \'tr)' crediwhly in the pole nmlt, it \';1;;- his !ir-l year,

C("ln~ifl<,ring

\\".\LTEl< C\SEROLT ·'\\',\I.T"

St:COXIl YEAR

"W:lh" W:IS the sllfllri-C of the season anrl was one of the m('n upon whom ).Ially COIl](l .. !ways

depend.

.\I{THUR Gl:E:RJ:'\ ".\kT··

Guerin was the Plher pole \';lIlher of the t(':1.In, ~h<Jwcd It) good arJ,.;I:lIage.

and

ROBERT FITZKE. "1301l"

FIIIST YEAR

··nob" W:IS used ill both ficld and track e\'em;;;'Iud coule! he COlll\ICtl on for PQints in both.


Track

T

R.\CK at Idaho for the past few ,"cars has suffered from lack of malerial. The 1!)2:1 season s,'lW indications. howen路f. of it re"ival of track interest. both \'ar~ity and frash teams showin~ better prnSI>ects than last year. The freshman sqllad of last year has sc\-cral candidates QUI for the varsity leam this sprin~ who are showing promise of dC\'cloping into point winncrs. Although it is 100 early at present to predict the showing \hat will be made by the Il)21 teams the tryout:. indicmc thai there are among the aspirants for places men who wilh training lmder Coach i\lathcws promise to place Idaho's name among the upper percentage in the conference. \\".

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lOO-Yard Da~h Mile RU11 . 44().Y:lrd Dash 120- Yard 1-I\lTdle,

22O-Yaru Hurdlc~ 22lJ.. Yard Run _

W. S.C.

88l)..Yard Run Shm Pul __ Pole Vaull _. Discu5 . High jump ._. Javelin _....._.._.. Broad JUIllP .. Two-Mile Run :'Ilile Reb.}".

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w. S. C.

W. S. C.

c.

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S.

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w. s,

C.

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S.

Idaho

s.

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Montana Montana Idaho Idaho Idaho Idaho Idaho "'omalla Montana

i\Iomana :'Ilonlana :'Ilontana :'Ilontan<l Idaho Idaho

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Un-Yard Dash 22Q-Yard Dash Mile Run ..._ _. Two-)Iile RUII 22Q--Yard Hurdk~ 120-Yilrd Hurdln 8SO-Yard Run High jump _. Pole Van It _., Bro.1d jump . Discus _ . javelin

:\IOlUa,m

:'Ilontalia :'IlOlllalla

Senal::

~IO~TA~A

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Freshman Track 0.-\1I()"5 freshman track S<llIaci of 1923 contained the best material turned out by the hiKh schools of Ih~ state. Point winners in the inter-scholaqic meet of the year before came 10 Idaho and here are fighting to gi\'c Idaho a Ir.l.ck team of which she may well be proud. Though but one meet was held and 'that early in the season before a chance had been given the mell to gel in the pink of condition a n:ry good showing was made against the \\'ashington Stale Icam.

I

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31

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Idaho

W. S. C.

\V. S.C. W. 5. C.

Ea'ul

Joo.Yard Dash _.. 22'O-Yard l);lSh .. _

W. S. C.

S80-Yard Run _. 44Q-Yard Run ._ :\Iile Ruu .._ . 12Q-Yard Ilurdies 22O-Yard Iillrdle~ Shot Put

Idaho

W. 5. C. ldaho Id:lho W. S. C.

I-ligh Jump ._...........................

Discus _ llrood JUlnl) _._ Javel!ll _ :'I[ile Relay

Pole Vault

_

w. S. C.

. _

., .

Idaho __.. W. S. C. .._._ _ _ . w. S. C. _.........â&#x20AC;˘....................... Idaho _.._ W. S. C. . W. S. C. SCtllU:: W. S. C. 66--[U"'II<) 56

IISll

Idaho Idaho Idaho

W. S.C. \\'. S. C. Idaho [rl:!ho W. S.C. Idaho Idaho

W. 5. C. Idaho W. S. C. Idaho \Y. 5. C.

Idaho Idaho

W. 5. C. W.5.C.

W. 5. C.

Idaho

W. S.C.

Idaho

_...............


The Interscholastic Track Meet

T

ilE IllIerscholastic Track )lcet held :\tay 1I路1t. 1923. was won by Boise High :'.chonl with a lotal of thirty-ouc points. Rupert the favorites 10 win. led \lmil the la~II).,n of the meet when the well rounded Boise team pushed lothe front fnr enough point:> to lake the meet. Rupert finished s芦ond with twetll)'路se\'en poilll~ and Lewiston lOok third honors with a total of seventeen points. Other teams entered were: Twin Falls. 11: Genessce. l'i: 1"'3ml", 8: Kooskia. 6: Caldwdl, .., I:!: I'a)'clte.;j: Kamiah. 3: Jerome. 3: Culdesac. 2: Coeur <)"'\Iene. 2: Ke1lug-g. 1 : t~pwai. :\Ioscow. Orofino. Plummer. Sandlx>int. Troy and \\'eippe. Long of Rupert was the high point mall of the meet. making a lotal of 18 points. Two of the fonner inler-scholastic records were broken. Cleaver of Caldwell lowered lhe mile nm record made by Rosenbaum of Burley to four mimues forly-four and four-tenths seconds. and K~-Ie of Koo~kia clcared thc bar in the high jump at fi,-e fect nine and ,ix-Ienths inches for a ncw record_

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Cross Country

C

ROSS COL'XTRY has taken its place among the list of major spOrts for the first lime Ihis ycar. From IIDW on instead of being gi\'cn the same awarc.l as for track Ihe cross colllury men will have a brown stripe about their arm 10 indicate their particular branch of athletics. In the conference meet held at Eugene. Oregon. Idaho's team came awa)' with firSt hOllors. taking first, fourth. fifth. sixth and fourteenth places. The results of the meet were: Idaho firsl. O ..\. C. second and Oregon third. Washington State College and the l'llivcrsit)' of \Vashington did nOt ha\'c teams entered.

11S11


..\RTIIl:R SOWDER "ART"

FUtJ;T YitAl

\lthflugh thiS was Sowder'. lir~l p::ar at fr(禄 conntr)', he showed hi. \\o"h in the C'(l11fcrence b)' Illacing among Ihe first \ <,n.

Gl:Y PEX\\'ELL T",lU Yu.1. Gil} ran in his Il'ual good form, which meant tbat he wao among Ihe leadcf.'; ;U the finish

ERROLL IIILUI.\X "Short}路' was somewhat of a lind and lJrol'ed hi. abilil)' II)' being the c"nd Idaho lII<1n 10 hlli,h, Captain-dect for next lear,

LOUIS W1LLI.\).IS "Loc"

S.:CONll

Y~,Mt

Lon Je.1 lhem all aero.' lhe lini-h line ill lhe conference meet thi~ year.

.\LTOX (ROWE FtHST Y.~R

.\!though this was (rowc's lirsl )'ear at crosscotmtr)', he prOl'ed to be a- good runner.

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BasebaH DAHO'S baseball s~aSOl\ started with a six game series all the coast. Of the six games played with the coast schools on this trip the \'andals won three. \Vith this early start made away from home the team returned to complete the rest of their season with the c.-.::ccption of two l\lolllana games at ~lisS0111a on McClean field. Twenty-two games were played during the 1922-23 season, of which twenty were conference games.

I

TH E SCH EDULE Gtl/lle

\-V. at Se..1.ttle \V. at Seattle C. at Corvallis C. al Corv:lllis Oregon at Eugene Oregon at Eugene C. :lt :'Il'oscow O. A. C. at i:\loscow \Vhitman at i:\loscow \Vhillnan at Moscow ~lontana at ~Ioscow .!\Iontana:lt ~Ioscow . i\fontan<l at )"Iissoula ?-.Iontana at :\'Iissoula U. of \V. at :'Ilascaw _ U. of W. at i\Toscow Oregon at :\Ioscow Oregon at )'loscow \V. S. C. at l\Ioscow _ .. _ \\'. S. C. at Pn1l1l1an of of A. A. of L·. of O. A.

L'. LT. O. O. L'.

Scon'

IVoll by Washington Washington Idaho Idaho ·1- :1.....•...................................... [d:lho 7-1:1.. Oregon 8- 1 _ _. Idaho

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Tennis 1922.23 WIXG to a late seasoll and bad weather conditions, Idaho racket men were seriously handicapped by a late stan and practice was ,'cr)' irr~'11Iar throughout the season. due to occasional rains. Howevcr. when favorable wc.1.thcr made practice po!>:>ible. kcen imcrest was taken by bOlh men and women. .\ good sized squad tumet! om and COllll>etition was dose at all times. The selection of the teams was made on the basis of competition determined by a ranking tournament which continued thronghout the season. Idaho teams took part in three dual meets with \\'ashillglon Stalt College. and one dual meet wilh \Vhitmtln College. .\ trian!,'Ular meel was scheduled for Washington State College, Whitm,ln and Idaho, but all account of rains was never held. Idaho men tied two three-man meets and won onc fi,'e-man meet with \Vashing1on State College. ,\n Idaho mixed team lost 10 \Vhitm:lIl. Those awarded letters in tennis were Clyde Richards. Dan Prescott, Curtis Herrington and Bill Gartin.

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11611


Intra-MuraL Athletics OACH :\I.\THEWS from the first cmpha:-ized intra-mural athletics as a means of gi\'ing C\'CTY man on the campus all opponunity to exercise and use gymnasium equil>mcm. In branches where the coach can instruct a large number of men. the men to be eligible for intra-mural arc Tl.:<[uircd to do a certain amOllnt of regular training work. At first football was included in the scheme. blll the 1922-23 season saw the last game of imr;Hllllral football. The "Fijis" Wall the 1922 football contest. In the olher branches. the victors were:

C

Easket ball

Sigma .\lllha EJhilon

4

Indoor Baseball

Kappa Sigma

Outdoor Bascbal!... Indoor Track

__

.

.

.

.

Cross Country..

.

Outdoor Track

Kappa Sigma .I'hi Alpha Psi

Phi Alpha Psi _.Sigma .\Ipha EI>siloll

In lhe 1923-2-1 schedule as completed :;0 far Basket lIa11 was WOII by the S. A. ÂŁ5. Indoor Baseball by Ihe Kapp:!. Sigs and track by the Sigma Nus.

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Women's Athletic Association

T

ilE Womcn's .\thlclk .\ssociation of the L"ni\'l'rsit)' of Idaho is:lll organization of stlldems who arc interested in promoting alhletics among the women of the institution. ~lembership in the aiisocialiOll is based lipan the interest in the department. participation in .a certain lIumber of college spons. and a good record in the Dcp..1.nment of Physical Education. Thru the influence of ~liss Lillian Win. the head of the dell,artment. the curricula has been enlargl,<1 to include Basketball. Baseb..1.I1. Tennis. Ilockey. RiAe. Iliking. and \'ollt:y Ball.


C••bnd

()HI(;t:KS

,... ).Iaude Carland ..... E\'angeline Bcnnett Hessie Sa\'age ...Josie :\a,,11

Prcsit/c,,/ Serrr/ary Treasurer Recordi"g Srcrr/ury

BlISkl'1 ball JJlI,frlwll ..

Tnmis '·ol/eyb/lll .. Rifle Hi/dug

_ E. Bennen . E. Bennctt ......••................... ).1. IloUSIOIl .......... . 11. ROt, ............. 1-1. Roe ..J. Gihbs

Thc grcatest achic"cment of the \r .. \ ..\. this year was the cstablishment of a point systcm as a basis for awanling regulation '.\'. sweatcrs. Undcr this systcm a girl must havc a thom;."nd points in ordcr to win hcr "I'. <;wcatcr. Provi<;ion is m,ulc, under the point system. for thc distribtllion of crcdiu in major and minor athletic work.

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Basketball The most imponant "pon dllring the wi Iller months is b.'lsketkl.ll. Cnder the ill!:.Inlctioll of :\Iiss Win. clas" and hOIl'>C teams gained skill in the arts of the sport. Four teams were chosen 10 reprc'ClIt the rcspt'Cli,'c classes. The Fres.hman won the class championship. TIle Freshm.'m team consists of the following members: \\"inifred "ctsell. Catherine X'elsoll. fonvards: Xita Basford. ,his I~wdich. b'1lards: :\cll Staker. cemcr. Senior team: Jessie Greigsol1. :\Iary I (auston. forwards: Fomella Lallgloise. :\Iargarcl Blackinger. guards: Carol Bristol. celli cr. Junior team: :\Iargaret Carter. Gertrude Grodsem3. forwards: Dorothy Teats. Edith Cooper. guards: . center. Sophomores: E"angelinc Bennett. celller: Esther Kennedy. Lois \\"jl5On, guards: nC:ltnce Tully. IlelCll Ostroot. forwards.

Rifle Rille promises to he one. of the most prominent acti\路ities in the athletic department. Two mccts were scheduled for the 1921 season. one with the Uni\'ersity of Michigan. and the last with Washington State College.

11161


A Volleyball \"ollc)'ooll b a new sport. having ju~t slane<llhis year. l'nu.;.l1a] interest was (',-idem, and the outlook for the next <;e"son j" ,"cry enl'Ouraging. Ilou<:c games w~re played, after a period of practice. Ridcl1baugh tOpping the list.

Hiking The hiking program was more e.X1Cns;,'C this year than (','cr before. Credits loward a sweater are given ill the sl>Ort. and arc about the hardest to earn. dne 10 the unfavorable climatic conditions. and perseverance for the entire season. L'nder the sUI>en';sioll of Janc Gibbs. this sport was ,'cry popular. schedules ha\-路 ing been carduJl," planned in ;Hh-ance,

Baseball Spring baseball turnouts

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limited to class games entirely.

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'Miss Mir:th. Yac'l4r:th.ut: Miss 'l4g ath.a Platt Miss Mat:gat:et Mc'l4tee Miss Elmina Jones as

Idaho's Fairest Vandals


'The Story of the

CBeauty Section

庐 The addition to this year';; "Gem of the :\lountains" of a Beauty Section was first made possible by a gift from :\lr5. John P. Gra~' of Coeur d'Alene. Idaho. ller help and encouragement have made possible the first scrtion of thi!> son in an Idaho :11111\1011. and have done mllch to insllre its SUCl'C"l'. To :\Ir. John Jlcld. Jr.. of "'c..tport. Connecticut. we are indebted for the selection of the winning girls. .\Ir. Ileld's pre-emincnce as a portrayer of college and Rapper I)'pes is evidenced in the splendid work and co-operalioll which he has given to the section,

[n addition to these :\Ir. Jack .\Iiklos of )'Iaseow did the photography. ;\Ir. Fred \Viman of Stall Ie made timely suggestions concerning the layout and The Hl1ckbcc路l\lc:lfS Company of ~aj111 !':l\ll made the engravings. It i.. hoped that this will P;II'C thc way fur uthcl amI morc elaborate sections to follow in the \,C;lrs 10 comc. that >the Fair Vandals of futl1re l'OI1CgC' gencrations may always havc a place in the Sllll,


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Social Season UCI.\L life at the l'lli\'er~ity began with the usual vivaciousness from the fir~1 husy week of registration. Dales for dances. Icas. house openings, and chapter inSlal1ations were secuTed long before the appointed time and 50011 the social calendar refused to admit a single other. without intruding on the preciolls hours 10 be spent in classrooms-evell these were at length recruited to supply the social demand of an extremely successful season.

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The annual Faculty reception proved to be lhe Grand :'-Iarch of the. year's gaiety. Informal introductions with a Ifuly ';gct aC(luaintc(I" spirit furthered our democratic "llcllo" custom. which each year becomes a more finnl}' established tradition. According to custom, the prcshmal1 and Sophomore "Bury the Hatchet Dance" followed in the linc of sllccession. The youngsters' parly was interrupted at 10 :~O by thc Cppcrdassmcn. who descrted their staid "Rough-Keck" dance. held in a town hall for the morc li\'c1y antics of thc ;'youngcr set". The Senior Ruff all October thiricelllh abolished the formerly lIsed "RoughNeck" dre;:;s for a new deb'l.llChed attire. Now thc)' appear as Emily Post'!" production of "\\'hat is wfong with piclIlre?"

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The .\thlelic Ball transformed the dusty gymnasium into an elaborate Arabian Tent. An immense yellow "r' composed the only ceiling. The programs. featuring the Smiling Boh Fitske and his famous kick, on their covers. made many a heart beat quicker ill recalling scenes of the famous victorious game. The "Co-E<is" ga\'e their annual costume 1>.1.11. always a decided SUCCie;;~. attended Ihis ~'ear by two hundred and twcnty-fi\路c girls, and oosern.'<1 from poilUS of ,'alllage by :111110,,1 as many men. The Engineers entertained wilh an all rollege dance ill the gymnasiulll, which was beautifully decorated with Slreamer", The evening ended ill a frolic with l ..'liloons and horns. The \\'omen's Leaglle gave an infomlal Leap Year dance just prior to Thanksgi\'ing \路acation. which cau'ied man)' a foud p..,rent 10 l11i"s their wa)'ward son on the big turkey day, .\11 the "secrel sorrows" became "open joys" al Ihe bequest of timid "Co-Eds" who found much pleasure in calling fratemit)' houses and filling Ollt programs. During December SO<'ial functions were called off, owing to the quarantine. Ihus shihing Ihe Sophomore Frolic until early in the spring. The :\Iilitary Ball was held in the Gymnasium: it was elaborately decorated with Rags and streamers of red and white. Their ball was unusually successful, which was brought about by the special orchestra secpred from Spokane, Sophomores in front of liS. Sophomores in back of us, Sophomores all around lis-frolicked in .\pri!. they wcre so determincd to ha\'c their dance, regardless of the scarlet fever han in December. The Junior Prom was the supreme dance of the year, of our new Junior \Vcck with the gala evelll of the year.

It capped the dimax

Last, bllt not least. came the Freshman Glee, which was truly a fitting climax for the social St'<iSOtl, J) \/\CERS K1\O\\:-: TO F.\~n;

"TuITy"-Famed Camel \\'alker, and Straighl Program :\lan. "Lnke"-The Toe Dancer. "Scoop"-The Clve :\Iall, Shoults-The "Whirl of ?Iirth", "Crab"-,\lI State "Gigger". "Dick"-Lcwistou's Best. "Fat"-Shecp Herder Special.

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ilE Junior I'rolll, the 1II0S1 dmrm;ng h....11 of the season, was well planned and exquisitely decorated.

Unee more. by the will of the Junion;. the l'ui,'crs;I)' gpnna5'ium put 011 its holidar dress. which consisted of an immense blocked ceiling wilh the letters I'-R~O-:\I ;nlcrwQ\"cn the entire lellgth. The c\'cnillg's gay fCl'livities were pre;;idcd over by regally arrayed kings and queens of spades. clubI'. diamonds and hearts grouped along the wall. who seemed COllI en! to leave their 110 lesser potentates to Tille the floor. From the bUTsts uf laughter and ccaseless ;;milcs evidellce might be found to pro\'e there \\Iere knaves as well as aces keeping time to the soft music which seellled to. glide from out the shadows 10 play with the hllge rainhow ball h'lI1ging from tilt, center of the hall. I'\TRO:-<S .\:-<0 !,,\TROXESSE,;

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"ERY ycar. as \\'a:-.hingtoll路s lJirthday appears on our calendar. Ihe L'ni"crsit)' of Idaho cOlllmemorates the same. with our .\Iilitary Ball. Three nags completely covered the ceiling of the unique old gymnasium. forming a lowered ceiling effect. wilh red and white stre.llllcrs leading off on all side!\. Lights were dimmed. Trophies from thc Spanish-American War and machine guns held their stately IXlsitioll in one corner. and davenports and cushions were lI!\ed as scats. .\ portrait of George \Vashington was displayed. (Iraped with the Amcrican nag-ill kt.-cping with \Vashington's Birthday. The Cadet special adde(1 cOllsideT<lbly in giving military atlllosphere to the dance. aided by heautiful programs and a special orchestra. thus making it a decided Sl1ccess. ]'ATItON"S ,';';III'.,,.ltl)l'~:'''SES

Coloncl and ~'rs. E. R. Chrisman Dr. and ~[rs. ;\.. II. L'pham Deall and ~I rs. I. C. Crawford Dean Pcrmeal French 'ION"ON~:1l GL'~:STS

Caplain C. L. Lloyd Caplain B. B. Bain ~Ir. and ~Irs. ". Kirkman ~Ir. and Mrs. J. 1-1. Einhouse

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Athletic Ball

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ilE fa)'" of the soft harvC"'1 Illoon beamed gently Oll our FOOlu."\lI heroes as they rctumcd from their victory from our friend., :u,'ro:>s the line. \\'c \\'011. sa thefe was nothing left 10 do but gin: the boys their worthy praise.

The .\thlctic nail was held in the gYllllla~ium. which had been he:l.l1tifully and elaborately decorated. .\11 imnlense yellow "1" formed the ceiling with streamer,. leading away from it. gi\'ing 3n \rahian lelll effect. There was lllllsic. there was pUlich. there was PC:ll'C and Gllm, the OUlO)Il1C of e\'cry victory. So silently ami witholll I11llch fri\路olity. the short three hours rolled awaY.-aud the ,.-\thletic Ball callle to be kuowil as more history wilh only pleasant memories. As is the lIsual custom, the Football men had their spec;:l! dance. latcr being joined hy olher Illclllbl.:f'; of lhe "r" club, from tlIher branches of athletic;:;.

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Senior Ruff ilE ~cnior RlltT. the la~t dance to 1>c g;\-ClI hy OUT c1a~,; of 1!l21. could \\'1.'11 be ('Ollsidcrcd a1l appropriate final dance. There were 110 decorations, bm the best music on the call1plIS was obtained and individual programs were liSCO.

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They aholishc(] their fOTllll;T rough-neck alliTc. and from now on it shall be jU~1 an ordinary clallce. .\her four )'C'ITS. the)' felt that they were entitled to this.privilege. amI in the ftllllTe years. it ;s hoped that the graduating class may be able to COlllilHlC lhis custom, eventually coming to be a tradition.

1'.\TltONS .\~[) P.\TII.ON'~:"'~>ES

Dr. and :'-lrs. Alfred II. L'pham :'Iliss I'crmcal Jane French }.Irs. Louise Schaff Blomquist .\IT. and '\lrs. J{ay E. :\'cidig :'oIT. and :\Irs. Philip :\lct:hem }'Ir. I; .. \. t;ra\,es

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Events of the Social Season Faculty Reception

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Hury the llatchel Dance

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Fireman's Ball

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Sophomore Frolic Junior Prom

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All College Dance

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Freshman Glee

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"The Two Hours Traffick of Our Stage" ilE lure of the stage i~ ~ITOllg medicine: the \\'or~hipper.. of the gods of the "llOtlight arc legion. For cvcn(>IlC Ihns aitlict(."(1 the L"uivcrsity of Idaho offer.. a delight ful shrine. Come who 1ll:ll on player's pilgrimage. they aTC nC'"Cf refu'iCd a bles"ing. During the p..1.S1 fi\c years the L"l1J\'crsit)' has been a generOlls patron of the stage. not only in prO\-idillg upportunities for acting. hut also in cncoumging original playwriting and training students who wish 10 coach dramati.,:.. in Idaho high school;;. The larger share of credit for Ibis situalion is due John II. Cushm.1.n. dirt:rlor of dramatic". ~Ir. Cu"hman\ "English :~::' or .he "Little The-'urc"' as the slUdclllS call il. b the huh around which re\'ol\'(~ acting. playwriting. cosliJming, lighting, production and mana~~mem. To tho"(: who have gone Ihrough "English :r;-" funher aCli\it~ i" possible in "The Cunai":' honorary d!dlllatic fraternity. In I!I21 Ihe .\. S. l". I. has taken over the larger play... Ihl:", insuring finance:-. coordin:lIiQI1 and uniform m.;magem~m. Swdent plays now include the" Fall Follie..... a I'cp Band jazz medley: Ihe "Fall \lll"ical Comed~." which combin~,.the lalenl:; of Ihe departments of music. dramatics and dance: Ihe "L"ni\"{~rsity Play:' done hy proven campll'" aClors: the "Ca,upu;:; Day Pageanl.·· a :\Iay-time fe ..tival: the "Stunt-Fest" of sonR' and ....1.tire: and the "Commencement Illay" gi\'en under Ihe au~pices of The Curtain. In addition to the all-(:ollege production ... the "Little Theatre" in 1923-2-1 ha .. I:.';\·en ..ixteen one-act pl:IYs. fi\-e of which were written by Idaho students. "The Curtain" abo gave two three-act plays. and for the 1!ltl Commellcement will undertake the production of "E\eryman." In the HI:f1 "L"ni\ersity Play," the ":nhersity of Idaho produced first allll)l1g Xorthw6t college!> a three-act drama writlen. aCled. ~tagccl ancl directed hy it!> own people.

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The Stunt-Fest I !Jt:t The class of l!lt:l swept the bo:trd.. both in Song :lml siu11l in the 1!I2:J students delight-the annual SlIlllt-Fe~l. Fur the Song. the Senior chorus ill ('\'clling dress made a piclllre that please(l 1.'\·crYOl1C in the audience except those who had loaned them the clothes. The winning song. composed by Henricua Pea~le)'. was the OtllSIlI11(ling- lllu;<,i('al 1IIlflllx:r. The other classes did their best de'ipite the han<licap presellted by S0111e of the men's \·oicc5. The winning Stunt. which may be ch;lrged against Phil Duck, was a snapp)' take-orr on the 1~12;1 l'nivcr5ity Pby. "If:' hy l.0rd Dl1nsanr. :\lr. Buck starred Dorothy Cage as Dr. Tromanhal1<;cr amI Rex Kimmel as the hero nee .\he Gorr. For a wom!l:r Rex (lid 110t forget his lines. therehy justifying the prize award. The Juniors, in dcljance of Lewis Carroll. offered ".\lke:1I Idaho" with Ruby Gatcs as a delightful ".\Iice:· The ~opholl1ores WOII ~ec01ll1 place with 1"':1111 Harlan's prescnt;Uion of the "Idaho Special" train. \\"hat the Freshmen tried to do is nOI quite clear: at any rate their stunt was dedicated to the class presidem. Beginning in 1!)2-J the Stunt-Fest has undergone reorganization with a Senior chairman as presiding genius. It will combine the traditional features with a more orderly procedure (including less fighting: behind <;cenes) jazz lT1u"'ic. and a dance prolog'lle and epilogue.

11.111


Little Theatre Plays *AfLerglow

Gene ll)'dc Phil Buck Talbot Jennings ..\be ('.off

·Sail On. _.. ·The Barring o' the Door .. ·The Three Stranger" H\'adnlh~

The :\[all in the I:owler Ilat

.\..\. :\Iilne

:\100111and The Dog The Lo\'ing Cup The RehearS-il The Triumph of 11"'1111\" Xo Smoking

.. \lice

Dro\\l1

.

·The Bell Tolls Tllrl'C

.Xerle Oliver and Talbot Jenning ... .__ Colin Clement-, Jas. :\1. Barrie Lord Dun...any

You Ouali(vSlrl'('ll.ktIJ The Loc;t Silk lIal ·'rlaho SImien's

Curtain Plays 'fhe Dover Road .\ COMflW .'\" TliREE ACT!'

By A. A. -'Ii/liT TilE

C.'ST

:\1 r. L;\limcr

John II. Cuc;hntall

Dominic. Leonard.

J.

Anne ~kholas

Eustacia.. The 51:lff Direction

..... .. ,

...... E\'cretl Erid:soll St;1111011 :\Id..., ughlin . Pcarl Stalker Talbot Jennings . ,Camille l\IcDan;tl

.Louisa 1\I;lrtin. P;luline Pence, Vj"iCli Kimbrough. Sidney Yager .... _-.,... .l\lrs. Seoonovcr

I'ropcnicc; ami Mallagcmc1ll.......

:-"1 ril.

Jl'lInillR~

'fhe Wren .\ CO~'EI)Y IN THREE

.\cn.

B." Boolh Tarkington Till-: C.\:';T

Captain Olr!.. Eusebia Olds Mr. Fr:l7:.~._... ~rrs. FFlzce Ilugh Roddy :\[rs. Frcchan FraT1c~ ....

William Raedl~r :\ Irs. Scoono\'cr fohll I'. ClIshlll:l1l

..Camille \kDa;liel. Pearl Stalker Talbot Jennin.f.:~ _ _.Pauline Pence, Pearl Stalker :\Iauricc JackwlI

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T dusk on JUlle ~hh. Hlt:J, tell tholl~alld people from all parts of the northwest were waiting all the slOl>eS of :\lacLean Field for the bugle that called into the s\x>tlight the spirits of Iho!>c who laiu the corner Slones of Idaho.

A

The Idaho pageant was a portrayal of stale history ill drama, dance and song. :\. cl.'rta;11 freedom in combining the :lclll"l and the ideal was effective in showing the Irlle pioneer spirit. The story began with the Jlldian occupation ;lnd followed through each epoch 10 the present . .\ historical pageant br the L'ni\'crsity was firiit suggested in a (."OI1\,crsal;oll hetween President A. H. L'pham and Professor C. J. IlrO~l1an. in January. 1922. .\ single epoch narrat;\'c was tried out by the summer school persollnel of the s..,me year. One of the first faculty meetings of 192:1 resulted in the decision to try lhe romance of Idaho on a large scale. In Febnlary the first committee. with Presidelll L'pham as chairman. laid the first \.-ollstrueti\路c plans.

From that lime until the final dress rehears.'ll. more and more of the foro:es of the uni\'ersit)路 were enlisted until the whole institution was in the dri\路e ior success. To name all the contrihutors would be too long a task. htll they were many and faithful. "The Light 011 the ).[Ollntaills" was a beottltifuJ vision: historicallr accurate. <.'Omprehensi\路e and spectacular. Its movemelll was stately and impressive: the narrati\'e clear. concise and well balanced. \Vith the natural surroundings of hills and woods. each scene was real and vivid under the brillianl light from the search lamps. It was a spectacle that will not be forgotten by an)' who saw it. The pageant brought home to us all the fact that we arc not yet far removed from thoSt' whose great faith permitted them first to look upon Ollr mountains

and winding w:tters; whose deeds will li\'e: whose namcs wc honor. It demonstrated the fact Idaho can fall ill ;111,1 that she will do it for allYthing that is good.

Iial


U. of I. Pep Band Show P.\UL

i\f.

II.\RL.\X

Presellts

"Granny" liy

J.

ST,\:"TOI\' :\IcLAuC;Il1.J~

FHIDAY, NO\', 2. l!)23. 8:lii P. \1. As the Fourth Annual Fall follies C"ST II~ ord,'r of IIpprcmlllCC

.\Irs.. \rlingtoll _ 111 r.. \ rlingIOn... . _ Sa 11y Arlington __.__ n[aggic. the maid._ . _ BloulIl. the bmltr. _ Connors. the chauffeur "GR!\~NY.·· lIlrs. \Vilfred Jimmy O·Reilly Captain Kmlte ----OpiuTll. the stowaway ,..... Ted 1;~~ Society ~len..........

_....

_

_

Edith;1 1~:lnOll Palll ?of. Ilarian Eli zabet h Thompson ,l\lary P:lislcy __ \h111e Kearns Cameron Killg Florencc St'lby __ .._ Ray Allumbaugh _ \1 :\farincal1 ... Doy ~k"inley Fred Carr

__ ,..... .

_......

..__

_ _ ,

1

__

Ed

~~f~~eti~~~IOII Pon .\nlmr

:\Ir. Sterling

"

Hotel O"hcstm-Pcp g,nd O"hcmL

Anhtlr Gllerin Eric Leithc AI1\larineau Doy:\IcKinlcy Uia Powell Jimmy Kiel(ls<)\l Francis Shencherger

1\

CIIORUS

Agatha Platt. i\linh i\Jc.\rthur. Blanche Boyer. Op..,1 Hunt. Aileen Long. II den Wheeler. Richard Dresser. Berl Stone, Perce Richards. "Shrink" Shront7.. Dehs Roise. Verne Johnson Pel) Bnnd Lend~r ...._...._...... Pep Bnnd A1nllagcr, PrOIICT!r· - _ Costumes . Dances _ ~ . Orchestra uader Eleclrician ... Scenery ~....... . __. Head Usher _ _.

_____

_

\1 .\11lr1nCall

... _ Ulia Powdl ......._....C•• rl Feldman Rubl"

G;'les

.....__.Mary ·Paisley ....._._. ..__.Eric Leilhe ,..Walter Garr"'ll Claire Killoran Berlh:! GJindeman

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The Musical Comedy l'~ln:K:'>ITY .\CJ)lTOIl.ll'M. DECDIBEK lj ,\XII ;.

nli:l

"Sweethearts" .\ CO~IIC Ql'fo:Jl;A

By

"'CTOR Ih:IUJEKT

C \~T

Of CIIAIl..\CT£KS

Sylvia. Princess of Zilanla . Prince Frallz. heir presllmpti,'c 10 the throne. . Liane. a milliner of Bmges Mikel, a diplomat of Zilania _ _ . Pauld. proprietress of the laundry of the White Geese LieUlen:mt Karl, hetrothed 10 5)·]"ia , . HOIl. Percival Slillgsbr .._ Pelms Van Tro11lp Arislide Caniche Jeanette C1airette Babeue Daughters of D:llUC Paula Liselle Toineue :-.Janette Captain Laurel ......••. Footmen

Boy

.

ChQrus:

... I'lorcnce Sci!.>}' W. :\1. i\lich:!.el Louisa Martin . Joe Cogan Editha Barton Wesley BartOli

.....Thone Roos

{

.....:'Bud" :\le1in ,.. ~lorey Jackson Fern Alldcrson Lillian Shaw Pearl Tschir!,,, Demerice Ebblc)' Catherine Dwycl' Mildred lIolme:. 0, bmar Ridgeway Sidney Yager \'ivian Kimbrough ... Kcnncth Ilo\lse

The i\lisscs llardman, Kirkendall, Lipps. Gellys, Forsyth, Ling. Johnson and Ilunt. J\lcssrs. l~idgcway, Stone. Christen, Kayser, Sayles and Christ)'.

Art I-Courtyard of the l.aundr)' of the White Gecse, ,,1ft

If-The Chateau of Prince Fran7. in

Zi1.~nia

Bruge~,

Belgium.

(a year later)

O ..... ss Staged by :\Ir. C\1~hl11an Orchestra. Mr. Claus

P"OUUCTION STAt'1' fOR TilE S.:NIOI<

.\Iusical Dircetor, Mr. Bangs Dances Arranged b)' Miss WiTt

Husincss M;lnage1llCm Costumes I)ainting _., ._... Stage Management Prompter .. _ Elttlriciaus

.... \V:llser

Gre:llholl~e

Ruby Gates ._ _ __.._. __ ._.._.__._ _ _ Don Alkn _... ._ "Crab" Taylor. Ted Tumer, Jr. ___.._ ..._....Pearl Stalker _Walter Garrett, Robert Brock

111$)


"Wayfaring Men" ·/ Play ill Tllrt'C Acts By T.\LUOT L. Jt::-:-I:"(;$

'"Thine ~ye;;; shall sec the King in his beamy: they shall behold the land that is very far off:'

Ctl:\R.\CTERS Old Pierre, a villager of St. .\nne's . ~b.dame Benoit, his daugh(cr-ill~law. a widow. keeper of the "Voyageur's .\nus·'.. Jeanne Benoit. his granddaughter.._ . Francois Payette, a \'oyagellr . Baptiste Lamben, a fanner Ll,st Star. chicf of Ihe Crees.... .......... ...... .. Dawn :\Iist, his daughter.... . The Raven, a half~breed Cree medicine-man ................ \·ictor. a bo.1.lm;lI\., ,............. . . ...........

.

(<ll11eron King , .

~Iarie

Johnson Lollisa ~Iartin . '._ Clarence Olsen .................. gert SlOne . _ Cad Feldman :\Iarie Gauer . l'l1eelalld Parker . .sidney Yager

.\ct I-SI'Rl:-;(; The inn of the "'·oyagcllr·s Arms" in thc \'illage of 51. Annc's 011 ~(ollireal Island-the last point of departure on the western vop.gc into the fur country. .\ct H-TuE YEAIlS BETWEt:~ Scene i-The lodge of Last Star. chief of the Crees. cne 2-ln the Rockies. .\ct JII-A:-OTIIER SPRI:-G Same as Act I. Time-The dosing years of the IRth century. MeSIC FOR "\\'A\'rARISG ~IES"

Soloins _ _.. __ __ _' __._,,_ .._Miss Bernadine AdaiT. Mi FIOTence $clby :\fale Qlla"et_.._" J. Stalll01l ~lcLallghlin. C. \\'. Vicekrc,.. Wesley BartOli. R:lY Alhunbaugh The Unin'rsil)' OTchestra...._ _ _ . _ ..•_._____ _ ...__Carl Clans. DirectoT SllJgtd b)' ,II,.. ClIShmlJ"

____. ._ _ .._ PeaT! Stalker, E\'erett Erickson Business :\lanagemenL.._.. ~ ..."... _..._._. ... .•.. _ __._ _\Valter GaTTett. Kennelh House Electricians-.._.. ,. ........•.....•...••_...•_ __._ _ _ £\.:1 Jane \Vj[SOII PToperties and Costumes . _...... . Ted TllrneT. Jr.: Don Allen Scencf)· _....... .. . . _ .. _ _ He1cn Ramsey PTomllteT , .

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-----------------

Debate

D

EB.\TE acti,-ity during the sduJlaSlic year has bccn cClllcrccl in fouf principal cOlltests. TIll' season opencd with the L"nivcrsit)' of Oregon-Cniversity of British Columbia-University of Idaho triangular for l11el1. The fltlCstion canCCrtwd the advi:-<lbilil)' of imll1ediate recognition of the Soviet government of Russia hy the l"nitcd States. Ida!lO favored "recognition" against the Oregon negative at :\Ioscow and opposed "recognition" at British Columbia. Judges awarded a 2 to I deci>:ion to Idaho in each debate. \Vomen rcpTc:oenting the L'nivcrsity of \\·a~hington. Whitnmn College and the L'nh'crsil)' of Idaho met in a triangular deb.ue Oil the \Vorld Court question. Idaho upheld the affiml:lli\c again<;\ \\-hitm:l.I1 and upheld the llcgati\'e against \\'a~billgton_ The decisions were unfa\'orable for Idaho in hoth debates,

The l"lah-:\lontana-ldaho triangular was continued thi .. year. Idaho men sl1pponed the af'fimlati,'c of the \\'orld COlin question againsl :\Iolltana and up· held the negati\'e against Clah, Idaho lost by a 2 to 1 dcei~ioll at Salt L1.kc Cit)' and by a unanimous decision in the home contest. The lasl debate of the season will be a single deb."lle with the L-ni\'crsity of Southern California. The question to be debated is, ·'Resoh-ed. that the Uniled State!' should elller the \Vorld COlin of International Justice 11llder the I-larding· Iinghes reservations:' Idaho has the affirl1lati,'e. The debale will be held at ;\Ioscow Ihe tenth of April. \ team has consisted of two debaters in all Ihe <Ieh:ucs this year. Three judges IUI\'c becn !'clectcd 10 decide each debate. These judges have rendered decisions withollt conference, Professor \\'illialll :\Iichad of the English [kpartl1lCllt has coached the teams. Errol Ilillm:ln has been the debate manager.


PROF. MICII.\EL CO,\ClI

ERROLL IIILUI,\:\ M,\N,\CU

COKST.-\:\CE T.\ Yl.OR \V,\SUINCTON D~:ll,\n:

C1-IARLES CIIANDLER UT"'1 OKn,\n: BltlTISlI COI.UMI'II,\ I)I'Il,\TP.

IVA SILV.-\ \V,\SHINGTON DOlAn:


BES~IE

S.\V.':'CE

"''''T)!'''' I)UATl;

TEl)

S~llni

So'l'''t:Il:-< C\l.lfl:N,,:t.\ I)f~"n:

IIL"GI-I

~lcI":EE

IlNITI"1I (m.t"MI!I.\ OOI,\TE

l"T"" DEMn:

LOLlIS.-\ MARTI:\" \\'UlT.\lA:o;' DrMTf.

\\" ..\LSER GREATlIOl"SE C.\•• lfllll:-<I,\ Dt:IlATr

So"oTIIFN:o;'


Military

E

AC"

year sees an increasing interest ill the )Iilitar)' dcpanmcllI at the L-l1i,'crsity of Idaho. .\5 the student enTollment increase, the number of cadets increases until 110W there are two battalions with three l"Ompanies in Co."lch aile,

In the last few yc:tni the growth

has kept ul' with the progress of the Cni\'ersit~ in general and it io; now the hope of the :\Iilitar)' staff to enlist another unit III the dep.,n-

memo This dcpartmcl1I. which was one of the c<lrlic.. t 10 be organized at the Cuiver:.it)". has tong been rcrognized as an imporlam unit of the Lni\'cr:.ity. By an .\et of Congress all land grallt colleges are to give at least a t\\'o t"OI_ E. I{ ClIItIS:loI.\X year course of )Iilitary Science to all students. This training leaches the students the principles of i\lilit:lry Science and enables him to take an ad\':lllce eOllrs<: and become an efficient I(路ader. ).Iost of the first two years is spent in practical drill. and the differcllt formations of bailIe and the duties of each man. During bad weather the SIt1<!CIlI<; nrc gi\'{~n theoretical work. The advance course is gaining popularity. E:l.ch year more studems arc \'oluntarily t"king the advance course of two more years of military at college amI attending:l six weeks summer camp. In the advance course all students arc cadet officers. Each arc assigned to companies and all drill :l.lld practielll work is given by the advance students uncler the (Iirection of Gell. Chrisman and his staff. The :\(kance course is largely problems of an officer during actual warfare. The way to issue order... distrihution of troop~, field fortification and all problems that might arise during bmtle. The advanced stll(lents are required to allend one camp at C,mp Lewis. \\"<lshington. Ilere the work is all practical with much time de\路oted to target pr:lI.:tice and the IISC of the larger weapons.

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Achilles Club OFFICERS

·\ rthur Goldcn Lukc Fleming Joscph Cogan Eugenc Zachrnall

.__ ¥

•••••••••••••••••

_.. Caplaill lsl Lieutel/al/t 2I1d Lie/itelwlll lsl Srrgeallt

•••••••••••• _ ••

The Achilles Club is a local honorary military fraternity. which at present is petitioning the Xational Scabbard and Blade, national military fraternity. The Achilles Club was formed at Camp Lewis during the summer camp of 1922, by eight Idaho men. To be eligible for membership a man 111ust be a cadet officer ill l,,"OOd standing, a good slmlent of military, and mUSt be a senior in the military department. The purpose of the organization is to further the interests of military training al the University of Idaho. create an illtcrest in the prescllt day military problems, and instill a morc patriotic spirit into the community. Fm/res ill Focl/Uah'

Capt. C1andills Lloyd

Gen. E. R. Chrisman

Capt. B. B. Bain

Fratrl's ill Ulli1'('rsilalc

Eugene Zachman Joseph Cogan Earl Wardrop Lynn Rogers

Arthur Golden Michael Tierne\' Luke Fleming' Paul Church

[ ISfl

Guy Penwell Harrison Armstrong Eigy Dechambeau Frank Minas


The Associated Student Body University of Idaho 1!J2:l-2 I

Presidellt

Talhot Jennings

";CI'-Prrsi(/r lit

I.<lwrcncc \Val1acc

SN'rl'fary

.\gnes Cox

Tn'(ls/u'l'r

Walter Caseholt

\11 ~Iud('nts enrolled in the L"nh-cr,ity of Idaho arc memhers of the .\. S. l". I Th, n"",I""h;p canl ad",;" the student to all act;v;t;ÂŤ financed. hy th, .\ S C. J.. entitles hilllto a subscription to the ArgOf/lI/lI, and to a vote in ~tlldct1l dect ions.

[IMI


The Executive Board Scnior Rrprcsclllali,'cs-Waltcr Casebolt. Mary Huston, Vernon Patch. 1111l;or Rcprt'Sl'l1lali'l.ll's-Erro] Ilillman, )'largaret Springer, \Volfard Renshaw.

Fowl/.\' RcprcsclI/ali"l'-Co]oncl E. R, Chrisman, All/11m; 1?cprcsclI/a[i1'c-Gcorgc IlortOll. GCI/eral Mallo[lcr-.\lbcrl t\:nudsen.

According to the rc"isc<] constitution the monics of the A. S. L', I. are handled br a general manager \0 whom all dcpanmclIlal managers arc responsible. I-Ie in turn is responsible to the Exccut;\路c Board made up of the A. S. L", 1. officers and the above representatives. In addition, all powers arc vested in the Board within cOllstitutional rights and thus our student body go\"crnmellt is centralized am] strengthened.

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(189]


Alpha Zeta Founded at the College of .\griculturc. Ohio Stale 28, 1807.

l路I1;"cr~ily.

October

Idaho Chapter installed :\Iar. 1!);?O.

Colors:

~laU\'e

and Sky HIlle.

Fro/res ill Fuel/lta/t'

Dean E. J. Iddings De311 F. C. ),IiIlcr Professor R. E. Ncideg ProfCl'sor 1~ K. Bonnen

I'roic..sor C. C. \ inccllt l'rofe~"o:)r C. \\". Ilickman Professor G. C. .\11<lcr"On I'rofc~;;(Jr J. E. .\:ordhy

Professor II. P.

Frl./rn

John L. Toe\'s Elwlll II. SChC)'CT Buford E. Kuhns "Maurice B. Jackson Vernon T. Patch John I{, Robertson John D. Remsberg

il~

~1<lgnl1roll.

vlli....rrsitalt路

Ilcnr)' Payne Francis I. Pelcf.;;()l1 Ilerman Baumanll Ralph S. Bristol AnhuT Sowder Paul E. Wickward Clyde Richards Lorne Wilsoll.

JUXIOkS

Paul ).1. Harlan John ),1. \'csser Milton .\. Johnson

\\'alter II. Pierce

El\'a Snow \\'alter Byrne Emera Renshaw.

/11)0 I


Sch~y~r

Kichu,l,

Toev.

l'lerc~

Ilyrn~

MOl"'rl ....."

Kuh".

Sn"w

flri~,,,1 M~m,l... rl

Wibon

l'AY"c

[I'l]

IbUI11an"

lIarla"

J"h".."" So..'Mr

J.d'.....'

"a,d,

"nwr


Intercollegiate Knights it'LL .\XO CII.\I:\ CIIA1'TER

l"eIlKill9···

..Ted TUnleT. 1st Semester Leo I'rovost. 2nd Semester l"rll Dull!'... _,George Elrod 5/11,,' Dllkr .Paul lIarlan, 1st Semester St.. "t Dukr .. Robert Field. 2nd Semester Royal Scribe.._ :\Iand ,Archibald CllollcclJor of till' £.a-rlu(jllrr ... .......... Ben Stone HistoriOll .._.. , '"emOIl Johnson )"cl/ A:ill!!.

The Idaho chapler of Ihe Intercollegiate Knights obtained its charter )Ia~­ 2111h. 1!12 L II is known as the Bait and Chain chapter. The group is compo~d of onc freshman and one sophomore from e.1ch men"s group on Ihe campus. inchIding the donnitory. town men and independents. The Yell King of thc L-ni"crsil~' is hy \'irtuc of his office an honorary member. The purpose of the organization is best explained by three of thc outstanding words of the oath. Service. Sacrifice and Loyalty. This organization assists in every war possible to further the activities of the LOnivcrsity. lending its services whenever and wherever needed. Among other things it is doing everything within its power to strenglhen and preserve the Idaho traditions so dear to liS all.

Ae/itT(' -ll/'lIIba.!

SOI'IIOMOR~:.s Kenneth Anderson M:lrtcl .\rthi!)ald John Cluen

Roben Fie.ld \'ernOll Johnson

Bert Stone Sidney Yager Don McCrea

FR~:Sll~IFN

!solac Burroughs William Calloway Leon Campbell Robert Campbell John .:\lcKinnon

Richard DresSCI' Evcrett Erickson George Elrod Lester Ernsbergcr

HOl/orary J/ember Dr..\. II. L'pham

Frank Neal Harry Paulson Percy Richards W Geo. Wilcox lames Chapman o


TurD~r

.\ndtrtotl ("allo...ara ("allll*l

Uichanl. t;r;cbo" ÂŁrnoboorv.....

Ya~

Me< no-

Archibalol I)r~_r

l'a"lton Mad:i"""n !lurO"Olllh.

(I'S]

Fi~kh

ÂŁlrod )ohnton

n_ S.on"

Chal'......n liar D ~~al

Pro_


Pi Epsilon Sigma Loc.\!.

lIoKoR.\R'"

ElIl"C.\TIO:- S(JK(1I0n'

Founded: June 3. 1922 PllrpOSI': To promote high standards of scholar~hip. stimliiaic interest in educa-

tional alTairs and 10 pel;t;ol1 for a charter of the National I [ollorary Sorority_ Pi Lambd:l Theta.

Grace :\Iorgan Rita I'endrick Sil\"ia Smitham

.PrrsidcIII Sure/ar\'

.

...T rraSlfrj;,

~l ~:M ImR5

Grace l\lorgan Rita Kendrick Ilelen Holl Jessie Gricgson Eleanor Immisch

Tennie Johanson Gertrude \\'alters Opal Sumner Silvia Smilham Lydia Winkler Ethel Redfield.

I Itt 1

Ikrnicc :\IcCoy Carland I.ouisa :\Iartin :\In<: Lowe l\crtha ~oel ~lat1d


The Curtain Pearl Slalker Pauline Pence. John II. Cushman

......

Prrsid'IIJ

Secrrta,y- Trcasllrt:r Dirl'('/or

;'The Curiam" is a dramatic fraternity composed of studclll and faculty members who have pa!'scd certain c1iJ.:'ibility requiremellts in dramatic work at Idaho in <tcling. playwriting or play production. The puqX>se of The C\lrtain is to further dramatic activities al the L"nivcrsity of Idaho: \0 make a study of acting. playwriting and play production; to cSlaulish 011 the call1pus certain ethics of Ihe theatre: to make possible an annual lOur of the state hy properly qualified Lniversity players: 10 encourage, through its alumni. the prodllCliol1 of dCJlirahle amateur plays througholll ld;lho.

john Cushm'lll Camille ~lcDanid _\be Goff

Pearl Stalkcr Talbot Jcnning5 ~l rs. L. 1. Schoono\'cr Pauline Pcnce

r-.laurice Jackson Louis.., :\I:min \Vaher Garrett

.\I.L'~IXI

Ilelen Johnston ~1 ichael Thol11e1 Z

Fleta Brennen Re." Kimmell

Carol)'n Logan Smith Philip Buck Relhel Collins Culp Rosebud Donovan

II'~I

:l\laxwcl1 Scholes Virginia l\lcRae Do)' :\lcKinle)' Glen lIyde


Silver Lance

This organization of senior men has as its major ideal the renderilll{ of sen"ice 10 the L-ni,"crsity. ).Icmbers are selected 011 the Im"is of !'Cholar~hiJl and service.

Walter Casebolt P'rcd Crandall

Talbot Jellnings Charles I'reuss J~obcrt Cummins

IIHI

Walser Greathouse â&#x20AC;˘\be Goff


(oMilt

&wan

Epsilon Chapter of

Xi Sigma Pi XATIO~,\L IloX-OR.\lty FORf..sTR\' FR.\T拢RXIT\'

Founded at the L'ni\'ersit)' of \\'ashingtol1. Xo\'cmber t4. 1908. Idaho Chapter installed 1920.

Colors-Gray and Green Objrrt- The objC<:t of this Fraternity is to secure and mailllain a high stand路 ard of scholarship in forcst education. to work for the upbuilding of the profession of Forestry, and to promOte fraternal relations among earnest workers engaged ill forest activities. On'JeERS

1"loyd ~I. COSS;II Rodgers G. \Vhcalon Arthur ~[. SOwder

Foresta .//ssoc;a/(' Fores/I" Sccrclary-Fis('(/1 Ayelll ;"1 ~:""l\~:IlS

Dean F. G. ~[illcr Dr. Henry Schmitz C. W. Watson II. I. Nettleton C. Edward Behre Hennan Baumann Paul Gerrard Byron )Iiller

Howard Staples Phillip DriSSCI1 C. R. Patrie O. C. :\Iunson P. D. Sharma John Taylor

Russell Parsons E. A. Snow

(111)

Ralph S. Space Harry E. lI.'!almstcn Lewis Cummings Paul M. Harlan Floyd Goddcn Roben P. ~lcL'lUghlin Harold Z. While E. \Y. Renshaw


--------------------------

Alpha Mu Delta Fallnded December 21. 1921

Colors-Lemon and Green Alpha ~11l Delta is a local scholarship legal fraternity, whose ultimate object is 10 obtain it chan~r from Phi Dcha Phi. national legal fraternity.

Ilo:-"OH,\M"

M~:MII~:Iti>

O. P. Cockeril Senator William E. Borah A. J. Gustin Priest \ Cfller Clements

Dr. .\lvin 1-1. E":l115 Congressman Burton L. French Ralph Breshears Charles II. Darling FR"1'k~:S IS F"(;UI.T,\T~:

Philip R.

~[echcm

FR.\TKES It' UNIVEKSIT.\TE

Louis Prout

A. S. Guerin, Jr. Larry Quinn

Abc Goff Lawrence \\'aIl3':c R. T. Cummins

J.

R. Field,

li"1

Jr.

Joel L. Priest, Jr. T. A. Madden Henry Timm


Wilk,n_

Sm'th "rnol'"

Taylor

Phi Alpha Delta l'kon:SSION.\L L.\W Fk.\TERS'Ir\

Founded at Northweslern UniversilY. 18RS Kellt Chapter installed 1914.

Colors---Old Gold and Purple

Flo'wl'r-Red Carnation

FII.,\TkES IN FACUI.1'.\TE

Dean Davis

J:UlICS J. Gill

FII..\Tkl'.s I~ U~I\'ERSIT.\TE

\Vimon Arnold

Cleml Wilkinson Jack ~hlsser Darwin Thom.,;; AI Hagen

Gil}' Penwell E. O. Smith Fred Taylor Eugene Anderson

(1"1

Joe

Thomas },Ierle Drake Wayne IluddlcSOll William Reed .\Iaurice Greene


National Mortar Board Society ~atiollal

Local :\lortar Board organized 1921 :\Ionar I~.rd installed at the L'nivcrsit)' of Idaho 1!)23 Colors-Silver and Gold

Pllrposr-To promote scholarship, 10 render ship among the women of the Uni\路crsity.

~er\'kc

;1Il0 further g()()(J fellow-

Q.'l'ICERS

:\'Iyra Armbruster

.Prl'sidclll

Eli;o;abeth Bartlett

'''iCl'路Prrsil!cll' Srrrctayy

:\Iargarcl Collins Vaughan Prater

_

_

Agnes Cox

Trcasllref

/-listorian l\lE~lllEKS

:\Iargarct Collins :\Iyra Armbruster Elizabeth Bartlett :\'Iargaret Collins

\'aughan Prater Agnes Cox Jewell Coons Beulah Schumacher

ItOOI

Jean Frazier Ruby Gates Grace )'forgan Pearl Stalker


Pi Beta Gamma IloNOJMII.Y BUSINESS FR,\TEII.~ITY FOK

\\lOM ~:N

Founded December. 1922 OFFIO:HS

Gcorgianllc Suppingcr Florence Armbruster Elizabeth Bartlett

Prrsitlctlt

Via-Prcsidcl/t Srcrrlary-Trca.surcr

F .... CULTV ADVISORS

:-'Iiss Ida

~Iae

:\] iss Barbara Creel! Gamwell

Pope

HONOII.,\II.,· 1\1 ~:~lltERS

2\'1 rs. Bonnie Schoonover

i\'1 rs. Ilarrison Clifford Dale

,

!'.IEM HERS

Vaughn Prater Bertha Glindeman

Helen Grim I rene 11ausoll Della Greene

Genrm]e Shepherd Ilazcl Slone

(ttll)


Sigma Tau :'\.\Tro~.\1. Ilo;-;OR.\MY El'(a)\"~:~:KI:q; Fk\TEK:"IT\'

Founded at the Cnh'crsil}' of :-':c1>raska 1901 Rho Chapter installed al Idaho 1!)22

The Fraternity has a:; its purpose the promotion amI ct1COl1ra~clllcnt of high scholarship. college act;,,;tics and a greater spirit of co-opcr.llioll :llllong engineering students. :\rcm!:lers arc selected from the Junior and SCllior classes of the College of Engineering and the School of :\1 inc!'. all the basis of scholarship and public spi ritc{!ncss.

Dean J. C. Crawford Fred CrandaIJ John L. Ilcmlllcrt Jack Woodworth Charles Anderson

Prof.

J. II.

)011115011

Walter Wisdom George Munsell Fritz ?lcGonigle Donald Payne

Dean F. A. Thompson Paul Ballif Roy Shoultz Lollis Brossard Arval .\ndersoll

.


ClIrioun

7..achman

"""'..

Joh"""n

Alpha Kappa Chapter of

Alpha Kappa Psi Fraternity IloNok.\J/.\' CoM ~I teRCE FR.!\TteRN IT\' Founded OIl the L:llivcrsit)' of New York. School of Commerce, New York City, 190路'

Flowl'r-Chr)'samhemuTl1

Ceo. l\l. Dean Walter C. Casebolt G<.'Orge Cahan I'hillip Remsberg

Colors-Blue and Gold

, , _

Prcsil/i'll/ l路icr-Prl'sidcll/ Srcre/an' Trrasrlrcr

FACUl.TY

Ilarrison C. Dale

LYllll I. Schoonover

L. Wallis Gravcs

),1 EM UEIls.-S Clliors

G<.'O. ),1. Dcan

Phillip Remsbcrg Phillip ChriSlcll Stanley Johnson

Walter C. Casebolt Eugenc Zackman lIf1liors Anhur Golden

George II. Gahan

Charles Vicker)' (;corge L1I1C)'


~larrh

'fani,.

Law,m<:e

Cr:o.ne

\Mudl

Wolf.. W_ls

J>nirs

Selby Wbeelrr

G,ttn

ll~llrr

Alpha Iota Pi J-10:\'OR.\It\' ;\IUSICAL SONOItIT\'

Founded April 20, .1920

Purpose-To promote music in its best form. to create intcrest in the music dcpartmcll1. to increase all music activities and to a:.sist in bringing artists to the LTni\路crsity. F,\CUI.T\' 1\1 EM ll~:ItS 1\1 rs.

Ilarol<] Batchelor

l\liss Isabel Clark

:>'lrs. Armstrong

OI'FICEItS

PrfSidcllt Secre/ary ami Treasurer Cqrn路s/'olldillg S('(rclliry

Louisa \lartin Goldia Pcairs Florence Selby

l\IEM llENS

Irene Starr Louisa l\lartin Florence Selby :\laud Ashcraft

Hellenc Hallar I-I den Wood

Pauline Lawrence Lucile Ramsteadt

ItOll

Florence Green Goldia Peairs Vivian Beardsmore Helen Wheeler Lois Crane


I'er ..,.

Ihm...,,.

~·arN"·O"'''

!lick;""",,

Van lku...,n

IIa'fickl

TUlIle

UarlXS

Phi Upsilon Omicron !'Mon::"<;SIOX.VI.

IloME

ECO:-:O~ITCS FIUTEM:-:TTY

Founded at the Cni"crsity of :'.linnCSOIa. 1!/llft Zeta Chapter installed Hl\8 Colors-Yellow and \\'hite

Ffo ••'cr-\-iolct

IIONOM,\M\" ~1~;~rllEII:S

Jessic

Iiallie II "de Cora Irc,;c Leiby

11c1O\'cr AlIIY Kelly

Katherine jCIISCIl Ada Lewis

r..1 ~:~, 1I~:ItS Snliors

Glailm H:\tfic1d :'.Iuriel TUllle

Udell Ramsey :\nnic t\lorsc

Thelma Farnsworth

Elmerna Gardner :'.Iary Dickinson

\-chna IlallliltOll Fram'is I lard ..

JIII/iors

?olary \"an

DcU'iC1i

Gladys Perry :'\'orma narnes

SopllOlllorC.f

:'.Iary :'.kCoy

Ilelell Parsons

1t1l51


Alpha Society Organized :\ovcmher. l!)'ll

(Rr.ridr"/ PI,," Hrta Kaf'ras J .\lr:.. II. L. Axtell Prof. F. C. Church Prof. T. :\1. Dahill .\lrs. II. C. Dale De:m J. C, Eldridge

:\Irs. G. \\". Ilal1l111ar Prof. J..\. Kostalek

Prof. (;. :\1. :\!i!lcr Rc\'. :\1. \\". :\IOTi'e

E. F. Mason

Prof. R. Stewart Prof. E. Ta)'lor

J.

S. :\IcLiughlin

President .\. H. l'pham .\s..路;on.\T~: :\!E.\lnt:ll!'i

Rr.Jid",.t Gmlll/air -lft'",brrs

Custaf William IlalllTllar, ]!lit Carl FfL'tl !'earson. 1f/2t

Lillian Olga \\路hite. W21

Class of 19i'3 (. \<1ditional :\Icmbcrs dcctcd June ;1, 1!)<!:J 1

William Sten'n Hri:;coc ~labcl 1';Her"a

\\'alser

C/IIU

Grcathol1~c

\ddic Kathlcen ::;Il路\\,ard Eliz;lbclh Woods

of up I

Irene Elizabclh Slarrh Elizabeth 1lanlctt 1.;11i<l11 l/azclllardlll:l.n Florence \\'oodl11an Graves Charles Erne'st Cone Talbot Lanham Jennings Agnes :\Iac Cox Vaughan Emerson Prater h:llby Jane Tuttle (~race Josephine \\-an.",~r Joseph .\!fred Cllrt;S Pearl Stalker )'"!orCllcc ;"Iarie Armhruster {;oorgianne Wade Sllppinger Class of '9:!j

;"Iamle Gcrtfllde .-\shcrafl

. \nll;l _\

lice I '('Chancc

Werner Joseph Ripplinger


UOa)


The Ag Club

T

ilE Ag Club is composed of all student;; in the College of .\griculture. Its purpose is to further eXira curriCll1u11l edl1cational studies. to promote various dub ClltC'1lriSCS. and for social <lcll\,ili<:5. The :Imll1al ".\g Day," when smdcms cngngc in judging contests ill all ucpartlllcnts of lhe college. is hccollling nationally knowl1, and is one of the I>cst fUllctions of its kiml in the country. The "Ag Bawr' is their main social C\'CI1I of the seaSQIl. Uni"crsity of Idaho judging teams. composed of I\1c1111X'Ts of the .\griclIltural Club. hold an enviable place in the ranks of all teams all the I'acific Coast. Each year thcn~ arc inICrl.-ollcgialc meets in animal hushandry, dairy cattle and dairy products. poultry and grain judging.

111"1


..

I'aul..."

Hulburt, CoKh

Grain Judging Team

Thulin

Ib"~n

RichardJ

.\'k-.... C....ch Falcoa

Dairy Cattle Judging Team

[Ull


IlidrmBn. C"",rh

Slocm. I'''fll~

Srh,nid,

Stock Judging Team

Wickword I'c'er....,,,

mack

nr"d;~"". f:".ch

Dairy Products Judging Team

1212J


Four H Club Tlu: Object of This Orgalli:;alioll Is I. To provide a means of bringing together and stimulating the friendship between the students attending the Cni\'crsity of i<L1.ho who have been in Agricultural and I lome Economics club work. 2. To co-operate in promoting and furthering interest in club work among ldaho ooys and girls on the farm and ill the home. a. To create alllong all club members in Idaho an interest in higher c<!m:a路 lioll at the L"nivcrsity of Idaho.

Sr.,;ors ?'Iuricl'rutlle

Ruh)' Tuttle

IIatcl Draper

Elmer 1路lolbrook

!rllliors V;lda Allen

ClarCllce

Fale~

So/>fW'UQNJ

liarrici Swartl'. Cecil Tulle)'

Mahel Griffith Neil Derrick George Walers Frrshmrll Wtndell Stllcky CheSler Minck . Claude Ballard Ted \Vafren ;llartin Thorsen

Hugh Edmiston Frank CoR:~ lheriu II ickox Dan \Varn'n ~lil0 Davis

Gt:ld)'s Allen Wesler Carkin~

Winifred Vetch /I'all RichrnOlld Lela McGrath Ralph Slllck)'

L.,Verne Ditfendorf

Silorl CONUt Studc/lls

Virgil Thompson ~lrs.G.

Fond/)'

R. McDole

H. A. StOne

IrUI


Associated Foresters Fac141t1

F.G. ),1 iller. Dean

FloJd

~1. Cos~itl.

C. \\'. W:U«01l

Benrf Schmill.

1-1. I. Xl'uleton

O/fiurl President Emera W Rensha...... Vice-President Arthur "I. Sowder. 5ccrelar,..Treasurer .Ift'nlb..,s

John C. lIairtl, III. ,·,....t,«( &kh Wuley I•. lIa1dwin Wc:ndolin lluk

I!um." n........ "n

Witl."d ~'. llu.b Carey II. llenn"u Frank}. IIIba

tAm,,",1 G. Blulrburn

I",w,ene( C. Bloom War ..... II. lloll" Wm. E. lJ""ki"r"am T""l Huckli" l. C. llu.rougha Wm. C. Callender Worth Chenoweth llellton Clark .\'artello Clelll WII'. W. Coleman W,n. V. (;•• ".Ion Virj[i1 O. Cnwfortl

Lewi. :\. ('nmml"l"

Orlin O.

n.. All"y

GJ""" G. Dacl Ivan S. Doyle

"'",,,I<), l).;ucn

Funcis G. Ellis Waher I). rickl Ke$'"r D, Fl<lCk (." ..1"" ~'""

t:.

Melvin F. Fuller 110",••<1,\. G.tley Floyd Goold"n Nor",a" F. Gillham WII'. II. Go<loo"

t:.

G. G,,,,,,,,,,

Cit... A. G'''IO'1 Wm. G. Guun...y <:.<1.\. Gll.ufllO" Pbilil' G"Olahon ("b3" .\. Hall

Loui. W.II."oen Paul ~l. Ilada" n. Ha'ch

.\l<lM

Traer I~ lleuie K.lpro C. ltill. lIen<,. C. 1I0ffm.n {'"..,.akl S. lIo.lon Jobn t:. 1l11lchin. l',uiek I .... in K;eh••d II. Johnoo.. ko,..lll.loh,,~

l:k... C. ".,.Ie. Jun E. "eloo Hiehm.d L. "emp T. Vineen' "ane Wm. II. l.. n~I<Jn l.owell T. I.cAe. " .. I .... l.ove Kobe.t I'. Mel""Qhlin C..le'on W. .\leMilla" .:••1 R. Moulton Koy ~lo'Qa" CI"er":~ C. 01""" lr. I)utl O.horne ~l,lro"l Me".,,~ !'.we Il.nley II. I'ay,,.,

{'".alen W. I'ike A.chur Potter l..wrC1lC.. K. Pugh .:mCfiI G. Kobinton Juk W. K<l<lner

Or.IO. Kou

Kall'h II. Ro", Arcb M. S.m. Jury Schult.. Ch.rlc. II. Seribn...

Th...,.•\. S«ly

F.et! Wm. ~halle. .:Iva .\. Snow !.icc. K. 51"'''''''' Ke.. A. S....""",, .\rlie W. TOOle Henry 1<. T""llCtl, It.i.ly J. W.lra,h 1<",18er. G. Whu"", 113... hl Z. Whi,e Guy V. Willi.",. I..Verne C. Wil..,,, ('. L. Price (Ilu.oe<yman)

The Associated ForeHers of thc University of Idaho IS <In organization to which only studellls cnrolled in thc School of Forestry arc eligible for rneml~rship. :'\[cctings of the organization are held from time to lime throughout the semesters and the imerest shown in the club is evidenced h~ the fan that these meetings ha\'c practically a hundred per cent attcndance. The purposc of the organization is to afford an opportunity for stlutcnts ami facuhy to gct togethcr and discuss problems of "ital interest to the professions of forestry. logging engineering and nmzillg. The most prominent men in these various profcssions are secured as opportunity affords. 10 speak hefore the club and give its members the benefit oi their experience along special lines of forestry work.

I rll)


Associated Miners OFf'ICEltS

E. A

E.'~lnHlll

Fritz ~lcGonigh~_ Sorman "'hitc.'_.

Pruidf'NI '";('r-Prrsidrnl

â&#x20AC;˘

__Surf/ory

TrrasNrrr

E. Titus..

Edwin S. HOl)'Cr Philip 5h...non liarold Simon Fritz McGonigle IlaTold W;ltt'nb... r~ Otto 11Iaefnu

.\rthuT M. Piper

Arthur S..... ;ll1son N'orm~U1 \Vh;lc

Elmore Titus Rkhard Ad:"n5 Lucius Jordon I lerber! Mitchell La..... rcnct' Nonilli L:m~inlr Su

Eo,rt ElstonI' Yone Lee Fred Mull

Gcorgl' SmoL1k E. A. Eo.slrnan Stephen Stockdale I~oberl Dunn Ted Rke

Charles Ilaustll John Sandhack

Ge<lrge V. L1rsell Andre..... Wahl Cedi Fields Charles Small George Titu! F. D. Bradbury Adri:m UndSiI) Charll,'S Moll Ed ..... in Joyce

The Associated .\liners, morc cOllllllonly known as the ":\Juckcrs' Club," was organized in IS0U. Its membership is composed of the facIlity ami students of the School of Mines. :\It."etings of the Club are hel(1 every two weeks. Talks are frequently given by prominent Illen in the mining industry and by members of the faculty. Each year til(' Club holds its ":\Iuck{'rs Ball" in the gymnasium. and the ":\!ucker..: Smudge," an all-college smoker.

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Associated Engineers OrFlca,;

Kriss Kro\nhn

Prrsid.."t ___ ___ '"icc-PruidrRt

Fred Crandall

.5urrtury-TrtalNrcr

John Hemmert-.

).Iembers of the Engineering racllh~' and all students rCboislcred in the ColI~e of Engineering are eligible 10 membership in this organi7.ation. Its purpose is to bring a closer relationship between the different departments of the College of Engineering. and give a bro.,der 11llderstanding of engineering and all allied subjects. To accomplish this various social activities arc held during lhe ye..1.r. and promim'l11 practising engineers arc obtained 10 speak 011 h:clinical sllbjects.

,

(!16l


The English Club Of'FICERS

1923-24 ._ _ ..__..

Pearl Stalker

Louis.1 Martin __ ~Iars lsahelle Vas.... r._

......_•. _ ..__._.•.....

.....

l'ruidellt

l'i('l'~Pro'Sid(1l1

__..SurrtarJ·.Trrasurrr

CQ)l)llTTEI: (lIAllt,\/t:S

_._. __ _ _ _.._ .. ..J, (mbers/rip ., _p,-OgrOlll. First Srlllaln Louis BooZ....... H.. •.• ....•..._Pr09ro"" $I'(o"d Srllluler Talbot JeI1l1ings_................. . _ _ Aclif';/irs Charlotte Jont.'~ _ _ _ _ _, Libnlr;IIIl \Va!"ef Grealhou'>\'. I)orolh)' Cline...

In the good old days the English Club was a popular organizalioll to which everyone belonged and which no olle attended except once a year to dect officers. In 1911 Dr. G. 1\1. ~Iiller came 10 lc!:lho as head of the English Departmellt. From that timc. as a rcsult of his efforts. the El1g1ish Club has been OIlC of the mOSI aclivc organizations 011 the campus. In addition to stimulating an interest in English through regular programs. the dill> each year has made a definite contribution to dramatic or literary activities on the campus. It first revived dramatics. a dcpartment now dirccted by "English 37" ilnd ;'The Curtain," In U)2:j the dul> sponsored "The Hlue ~ucket'" a studelll magazine which has now heen taken over by the A, S, U, I. This ye.,r the club has maintained a circulating library of new fiction. The books have been in constant demand, and have been made convenielltly accessible to the students through the efforts of the librarian. Charlolle Jones. Eligibility to membership is based upon e....cellency and interest in English. and upon panieipiuion ill dramalics. publications and deb..,te, English instructors and English majors are ex-offieio members,

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La Sociedad Literaria Espanola Prrsidrnl

JO'<qlhinc Walker. Rlanch ... Bo)"Cf _

~I'i(t'-Prj'sidr'"

Ruth Hon'..

..Srrrrfllf}'"Trros"rrr

FA("l.'LTl :\IOlIlElS

U.::II1I

J

G. Eldridge

:\1 r~. :'.1. L Sargl'lIt \n~no Va"(jUI'Z

J:Hllin R:l)"naldo

Dr lIenricnOl T romanhau«'r ~IOIRUS 1l~1~" Au,,~n

~'ar.u~t;l~

lIa,ro.'

EliubNh Ilarll~1l I.en" IIn,d.lr,. Ilianch. Hoyer Mra, Uri,'ol Waher C....bo1t .\rd. Clare II"r~rl Oa,,, Fore., Cover \';ola CTnwcll Ltpha Ilttku (:eor~ Gahan It",h lIoY",

llud Or""b,. £l1en O~"OOl ~Iarian Sickd. ("onOlance Taylor ~[i"crva ,.••,U"g OrR Iludge Ileryl Wrillln \';"10' Panek lid"" !ita,,'on

0

IleWi,.

~larp""

nar. Xkhol.

~;chanl

(;"I<ltn

lind La"Il'''isc

Alict Wad...orth }0lI1i" Gorvc. ~lar,. Ilibkln tltlcn .\n<ltr¥>u Gctl<"'a lIu.kt Cliffo.d COOM hen" [)nth.

~hrr

Oun" ,,11 Coon

(<:('ili. I.•",,,,,,,

lIu.,. 1'0"1110,, (:to•• e W.he •• l.,o"i5<: }enneY ZumR Shncb"TgN

MOT)",;t Wood'

"....r." ,...,,,,,,,,. J

~bbell"'T...n

n.....·d

RUln1..,. ]ohniOn

~:l~

Vero

}OhnOOD

Ion. J'en.·cl1

~'1o.en" G.""

\br

r~ ).I.~".

DorOthy ('. .11op lbd"li.... lI•• fu" ....,

~b.ie ('".amwcll Cbir Killo...."

J~"e ~lc,\"l~

Il"in..t.ck

Itllll

l.e<l'" XCI'<>

,\una Ot,.,u "R"!lha" Pro'tr ;\"". Peehant<: Geurgc I'auls"n ,\l'l<lre.ll'ettrson Tc'l l'nl;th t'ee;1 ~rni'h \larjoric :<i"'I,""n Duri'S<jllit,b ,\reh.., Thornl.....n ,\h~h"" W:unke Jo..,ph,nc Walker ,\II ...n Wdl> (']uTl~ ~,n.loli


De Smet Club (C,\TIICH.IC STUUE.... TS)

_..... _.Prrsidr,,'

Demcrice El>ble) Tholllil$ Madden

.._...., .Surl'tar}·-Trr(JSNrrr

Beatrice :\lc[)ona]tL

l..ou;.., n .• \~k<:rm."

~'"r<:...c<: ,\nnbrU<lCT

hi> 1\. Armbru.le. l).n .-1.. Ao""i"'I' Frank Ilib. loJot'pb 11. 1lI."dford 'tmml I.. Ilolle' Il".",,,c G. 1I0... m'lI !',,,,luick 0, lIutihury olin H ll"rbri"'.c { V.he,}. lIyr"e Fred J. ea.r llu8h C. (;urill f" .. ph I'. COla .. 'k.mon Coloma Walle. CraMlon ~'ra"k ('tlnningl,"", William E. l:Mwli"lI ~I.r •• rcl ,\. nuncl Ka'herine W. M. Dcmcrke Ebb "7 :llo••aret M. '.eo'I" C.. h.n 1)o,Olhr M. G.,.

nwl." 1'""

t::dw;n

J.

(io"'ctlkM;:k

Arthur S. Guedn Chari"" II. Ibll

Hichutl P. Ibmihon

;>.br,.rCl A. H....... lleen.dine IInlurlhe. M.tI"line M. n...funhn :'Ilarr lIibb"J.. l'alnd, L. Irwin

)Iori. C. Joh"..,,, NellOn K.lillowski T. V,ncen! Kane J"""ph,ne Knne John 11:. Kenn",ly ,\m.nd). Kern W. DoUllu Keyea F. C."'eron KinK Ch~rl" ~:. K,nney '1.lvMler Kleffner I doio<: Kra"so lI:obe" I."""elle noro'h~ Lalle C.,.,ilia I.e "',"er Or .. ille T. l.olla" Karl F. Love llonald M. MeCn. 1I...,rice Mel)(l~l<.l lIuRh fl. McK,;e C•• I"lon Mc~tillan Anna Me:\lon'lIle IlulIh ~tcMon'lIk jOtnes II. Mdlonik1c :-'liIdred Mc~lollilflc IIden "'- M.II:~e Thomas Madden ~br! Catherina .\1.lonu AI .\ ~"ne.u . C1a.ence). Mnkin Frank ~h"cn. Jr. :\1..,. :\1. )lo.nl £hnbc,h 1. ~lo',"' S"orIKrt 11:. Mu.ph",.

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I'r.nCCll M. On<.les Itoberl II. Oud Francil I. l'elcraon I..... r""<:<' J. !'e,eroon O,",no It. l',urro Monle,ell. I'rinlll" La ... rence Quinn CbRrl... A. ")('".I,li Jack W. lI:odntr :-'Iike C. Ilollcra :\Iel.. ino M. lI:ow'on ~:rnc'11. Scbmil. Grace ;\1. Shca Gerl,ud" Sll"l,.rd ItUlh V. Sheplltd ~:'l ... a..l Oril Smi,h Kall,er,nc Sahnckc l)onal<l Thorn~ .\I,clucl {. T'.. rn ..,. M.r,. I. 'nur '\ndrew J. Wahl Florence Walker (OcorIC W.lk". G. }o",,"l,hinc Walker Irelle M. Walillen F.i.ly J. Walr.th Theodor.. Walr•• h O.."er W. Wal.dod lI:oboerl I. wcner jo" R. "'cl."din.. :-.1 l:. Youn, MarLI). Walkct" I... Sil...


Y. W. C. A. E:u:ceTIU: COI'-SUL

O.."u;us Jean Frazicf...._ .... ~\Ima Baker.... __ Goldia Peair:>.._..__ Florence Gray..".. Elmira Gardner

. ....._

.

Pusidnl/ ,'iu-Pruidrll/ .....s~('r('/ar:!l

Treosur/!'r UHdrrgrllJllfllr Rl'l'rrsrnlalit'r

CA811U:T

Prograrn..._....... :\1;lr1' .\IcCilllum Social Service _..................... G iul)'s Perry Membership.... . _.._.... . llell:n Honnold SociaL.._ _.... ~Iar)' Dickson World Fdlowshil)......... . _ ~[urieJ CMson Publicit)'.................. . Lillian Groves l\[eetings............... ................., Lilli'lt\ Ilardman Finance............. . Rose Preuss t\1l\'lS0~Y BOAIII'

~li5S

.\lcD;mid. Chairman Miss French

Mrs. Upham

~[rs.

Mrs. Blomquist

Mrs. :\Iartin

Perr)'

~Iembcrship in the YQtlng \Voman's Christian Association is extended to all women of the Cniversity of Idaho. The organization is a world-wide one and aims to foster and develop the spiritual and moral life of the girls of the Univer路 sity; to be the connecting link between lhe girls and the churches of ~roscow: to promote the social life of the lJnivcrsity. and to train members to meet the broader and finer demands of life and to become efficient Christian workers.

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Women's League OFFICUS

I'ftsidl'lIl

Gra\e, .\rmbru'ter )!cCallullI I. \':L~':tr

Flort'n~ ~I.rr:t

~Iar) ~I:H)"

j 'jcr-r~rl!sidl'''' .....

JUrI'tllf)'

_ ..._ ..._Trra.sl4r1'r

The \\\)ll1en's League is composed of all women students in the L:ni\'ersity. It is a self-go\"(~rning hody which works Wilh the i)('an of Women in caring (or the women students. Its purpo~e is to promote women's acti\'ilies and create a fcding of co-opcration among the womell. C... lllNET ~larg:Lret Collins Mar)路 Burleigh Flon.'ncc Armbru<ter

Jessk :lk.\111l') Grace J:Ll路ob~:)l1 Corrcs!,oudcU/ Surrl/lf)' of

'0 B.rrlwugr 11"rr,ru

Maude Carland Fair)路 Sanger

1'(1;", S:;路sltm

Jewel Coon Glatha llatfirld Pauline Ptnce

Unit:L Lipl)s Wicher

D:li~)'

11:nrict Fc:ttherSlOnc ~luric1 Carsen I-Ickn Xcl\ef

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Elmema Gardner Elizabeth Weimer AIIII:) McDougal


Campus Health Organization Pllrposc- To imprO\-e health conditions on campus: to co-operate ill the C'l.rC of cases which cannOt be cared for in the Infinnar)': to introduce preventive measures in case of epidemic. and to plan and develop a progressive health program. co-operaling with the faculty health committee. ./Ip1l" Chi 011I('90

Dt/lu GamlnU

Pre". Fralld~ Xoggle Capt Edna Sake UCIl!. JO'<ie Xa~h

Pres.

C,pt. Lillian ul1l/:e Lieut. ~lary Van Oeu~n

Gum/xu "hi Btla

KO/'f'<l K""/,,, Galllllla

Pru. Pearl Stalker Capt. MaI)' King

Lieut.

Eli~beth

~Iarf ~lcCal1um

Pn'~.

:'tlar) VaHar

Capt. Fair}' San/:er

Hunter

U('Ul.

Kal'/'O .-Jfpha Thl'la

Gertrude Shtflard

Pi 8(/0 Phi

Pre". Eliubeth B.1nlett

Pres. "fugaTel Sllringer

Capt. Helene Haller Lieut. :\Iargart't :Munro

Capl, EliVibeth Mount

Lieu!. Elmerna GardllcT Ridl'llbuugll

Forni)'

PreJ;.. :'tlary

Prell. Florcn~ Ca,;('\' Capl. E\'an~r1int Bcullell UCIll. ~hrgarCI C:lntr

I-Iu~wn

CallI. Robe:ona Fisher BI.J/ll Thrill Pi Pr.路~.

EIt,"'/(J,t lIarr)' Brenn C"lill. Clart Bain Utut. :\Iarlel Archit.ald

:\bc Goff

Pr

Callt. KeSler Flock U('U!. Powell i\ilson Ka/'PQ Dr/Ill

K/Ippil Sifl/llu

Pres. Louis \Vilson Capt. Philip Christen Lieu\. Sam Poindexter

Pr('!Io. Vernon Paldl Callt. john Ves~er Litoul. C1rdl,' William.

SigillI! Chi

Phi 1),0/111 Tlrrf<l

Pres. ]. O. Raslllussen C;IPI. Paul Church

Preso '[arold Telford Capl. Rus~cll :\Idin Lielll. George Elrod

lieU!. Dan 1\1.Cllellage

Phi G,WOIW Dc//(!

5;glllll .111'''/1 r.p.filtJlI

Pres. Ralph Briswl Cal)l. Wolford Renshaw lieU!. Fairl)' Walrath

Pres, II. Baumann Calli. Clms. Preuss Licut, I{ay .'\l1ulIlhaugh

Siy"lll Xu

Until,), Hull Pre'S. Leo. Fleming Capt. Don Fi:.her Liem. Gerald GUI'SS

Pres. Harold HaY'mond Capt. Jack Musser Lieut. \Valter Garrett

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The Washington Club George

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Chils. Mount

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..._.I'ia-Prcsidt"'

_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ TrtiUNrn'

Phr1lis Schatklt l-Iazc:1

.

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______ .._.

Jonc~

.Srrrtlory

The Washington Club was organized for the purpose of bringing studenlS from Washington 10 the Cniversity of Idaho. Through its influence many prospecth-c college studclllS ha\"c been attracted to Idaho.

non Alln>

fraMft A._ro", Winton ,\<II,,1d KII,h .uprar Preru;"" lIak" .\my Karinc lIaulad

liar.,. Ib..,bman Winifred Unl. E..dyn Iknnell Cr•• lkr,n f.d ..-;"

B,.l",

leu lI....h."." \\"",,<,11. 1I".I....,n :-1(>Ol",1 Chapman

\ ...non ("ha.",.." I)(.roth, eli"" ohn Conltable ·,....Ie.kl< Coopcr Wima",

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\ 1",;1 ('......rord

~lol1J' C."MhRw

laon.,. C.."ni",h....

)by Cur.i" Il..okl CUller t,none Dowling

'I-:;;r.""11I Droke

Charier I ' r _ Roac Pruall

Er...IJoh..-

l'aul Draper .\.l..... _I~~1 ".llIed"., n .... F....,r~1I Erik_1 Cecil Fifo\d. Eliubtlh I'ranck Ed,,·i .. Co..-anlxk O.....1d Gron.... hl C..I GUII.f.UII II.e" Ilenh

CIomJon.,.

,.u

Oa,r p, RCCI\I

Walter Ka,...87"0<1 "atll F~ber "enned,. lido.... "nil'" J • ....,.l..acy l.illian L.nJC )I....y Lyoa

Stanl",. M"nowell Fdu )lceo..iI;le Ku,h M"Kinney

\liU..,t 1I...,h

~:.d .... rd lIi..!end. ~:l~ie lleinbA<:k loe II~Icin

Ibrold Van 1I0it Franl'ell Homer Kulh lIovo' lie.".."" lIun!~'

John lIul"hen. Carlll"t"hinton Ko....l.nd lIu,,,hinton ~:Ie.""r lmmi.. h M.u.i"" J.cklOtl Gra"" Jacoh..,,, Fro"k Jrnkinl Ten,,'" JohallKln

,\<tll". )Iqa..,. 1I• ...,.)!........r ~:.d ....rd Miller ElizabHh Mounl )lou1'ia Mu.rey n .....""", My.ene lIclen Neffeler l.ueien Oli.... Clan.."" Ot.en )1.,,. ".i.ley l'e.,1 Pan,hom

r_,!e Peters

"P",eraon

,\Irrl Ite", I',ol<eriflll

Il.r~ Rubie .\.dlle Sam.... ~:.dwin So:bqer ~'red Schaner GneeSh... "eith S i,b I'KdS ith Cordon S.-II Dori. Squillb P.ul Stoffel lIe1en SluU ~-ranl'ell S"lIi " lIer_n S.....n " Jlldo:on Thoml"n A,atha Tierney Wiley Ton ...... RIl....I TunIC' Allen W.lkcr M.ndell Weln RUlh Wener SibleWctka lIe1e.. Wllttl". O ..,ha Wi""lard Ilarnld Wym...

FACUI.T\· M£~BERS I'r,,( J 11.. Hender Ilr.I'. W.Galc

I',or IA E. l..o"lll"r

II•. II. Schmit..

In;,1

I'ror. V. Ii. ""kh.m

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Mae Malh,,,,,


ll/ake

The Episcopal Club Ol'l'll·f.W" :-'J~llrice

Jackson.

Bob Filzke

...... PrcsilkHI

.

Fairr Sanger _ .\Iaurice Olso11

_.. _.

...... /·tc'·-Prrsirll'lIl ......S..a('/o'.I' •.•...._ .1'rl'11SII""

The Episcopal Club is cOlnposed uf all students who hil\'C expressed a preference for it. It is affiliated with the :\ational StllCk"nt Council. a national organization of the Collegiate Episcopal Clubs. '!lld, as slIch, is assisting in carrying on the excellent program of that organization, l'onsisting mainly in :;tudy ami acti\"(.~ partkip.nion in The ad\"anccmcllt of the Episcopal Church.


Home Economic Club ;\Iorris.. :\brgaret ?IUllroc. RUlh Bt:<l.llie~ XOT11l.1 I»mes-. .\nni~

..

l'ruidl'1I1 ..._ .. '·;r,-·Prnidnll :-'·rrr.-/Ilr} _.TuuSllrl'(

The I-lome Economics Club is composed of all girls enrolled in the Home Economics Dep.'lrtmcllL The purpose of the Associ.l.Iioll is to promou: an interest in Home Economics work. The girls ha\'c charge of the annual Co-Ed Prom. which is one t>f the most popular social affairs of the "car, \l iss •\Jah 1.00....

\Ir.. Ii. It. Mell"le ~l OlIlEJ:S

S ...riors M.. ;~

t·e~lh"...n Kachel (~mb)'

'-dma lI.milton Fra,,,,,_ Illrr;' .\l .. r~l TUlllc

Norma Barile_ !tilth UU11;" ~:n"nv l.<>u 11,,1/1'" ld. J l. lI"tg,," .\tyee C.",eron .\liar,. DkklllJ<II,

Thelma I'lrn.",,,,rll

llel"" f,:~... ,,;oy

t:la'ha 1I.. ,6e1<l .\nnic: )1<,..., ,\Iat~.r"" :\Iu".<>('

11111it"l t;hnctlm (:."1",,,

Ilud /""'" Alma.lcl""'IIAIl

Caroll".. ,\Iuq,loy t;I~,ly.

IIQt:>tbf Swann \I~t)' \ a" Il"c","" l!~i,y Whatlr)' \""nhetlr ,\k.\I."cr

1','try

S.,,,IIIIIIlOfa

Fr."..i, Io: .. rr .\n"a ,\Iaric: l.<:i,h.. M 'Ilit \Io:{'<>y I Ide" Par><>"_ ~1c.r ..,..... !'l•.,,,,,,

C,l••lr••\I1"" lIel,," :'u"in .\10"" Curyell IIcrth C;.,dun .\l.bc-I Griffi'h

M"",a ~IU"~ \!la.h T ..... ,..,. I1b ....hc Tully Mar) Will, ..""""

Prtsh".tu :\I,ldred (;illwn .... n

I"',rothy La"", ~"'nntt llo:{'onndl lloI-i, Pcn...",l1 (;"rtnt<k Taylor

n..r"ice lO"I'I~",,,,r

Ohv.. llu..... \\"inifreil .-.. ilh""" lid"''' S-",ffl",r Glad,._ Olk..

Ihllh Po...",,, It..... Pre..

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I"",,,

p.i,,~inl:

l'ol1f"n" S<"hoo....vc. S-",lh", S<"h.. tl bn.o.... ~h",I"" 1.,l1ia" !'l,on.. I.....joe Je*$ic Wil"""


"I" Club Eha Sno\\ _.

I'raidrlll ,"ju-Prrsidrrt'

Errol Hillman..

..Srrrrtllr")'

The "I" Club is l.:omposcd of all men who ha\'C been awardl.--<I the official sweater in any major sport. Its purpose is 10 encourage all forms of athletic endeavor and 10 form a C01l1111011 mecting ground for partieipams in each sport.

Footbaf/

Fr:l.llk ";1IUI"01l Abc Goff Dale Vohs ~eal Nelson R. J_ Slc:phens

Lawrence Quinll James Keal John Vesser OttO Huefner Ted Bucklin

James Brown Lfle Tapper Sl'b Kleffner \\'a}"nlt Davis \\' L Stephens

Vernoll Sli\"er~ Dusty Kline Ch:lrles Hau'iCI1

Viclor Cameron Bob Filzke

BasrlNlf Fr~ Marineau Frank Kinnison Bob Fiu:kc

Vernoll Sli\crs John Ves.o('r .\rt Golden

Ell-a SilO...路 Errol Hilhnall Charle'S uwson

GU}- Wicks

5}b Kleffner Luke Guerinella

8ulkl'lball Xca! Xclson Errol i IiIlnmn

Red Sleiner

J.larold Telford

Boll

Waller Reamer

Fit~kc

Penwell Veruon Sli"er~

GU}'

ll1r('Sllillg

Fr;m!.: Kinnison

Johl1 Vesser

Errol II il1man

Wi1li,.m Bill1er

Trad

Purdy E.11oll

Gil)'

Louis Williams

Ilank Powers

Pel1"'ell

Walter Casebolt ,\rt Sowder

erau CDIUflry

Cur Penwell

Errol Hillman

.\rl Sowder

IUIlI

Lollis Williams


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Bi.,,~r

~rAl

R~a_r

Go.

SUi"H

;\1"rillC3Ll

Ea,,,,,

"h,,~

TapP<'f '-"ha

"eucr

:i""...

ltilln'a"

Quinn

S<>..'d~r

Ki,,"illOtl W. L S'~l,hn\.

n"ddi n R. L S",pbnl. W;.,U

F,'rh Kk!lfn.... Willi"••

P".~...,

....-

Ur., ..·"

T~lford

P~" ..·~II

Jl.,,~

"""," IIlld""r

Cawboh

G...,rin~lI.

Ca_ron


, , ,

JI,IIf7f1l11.

Bench and Bar Association \\"illtOIl .",mold

Errol I HUman Roben ClIlIIlI1iTl_

Urir;

JNS/iN

._IssorWlt" JutlC't"

.CI..,./:

The Bench and Bar .\::;socialiol\ was organized ill 1:112. It ... membership includes all of the students regularly enrolled in the College of Law. The purpose of the .\ssociatioll is to CffCCI a unit)' of aClion among the students and faculty and to preserve and enrich the traditions of the law school. The .\ssociatiOIl has established :l1ld maintained the "llouor System" in the law school fur sc\'cra[ }'cars; is responsible for the "Lawyer's COLIrt" and other things of henefit lO those studying taw. It is through the AssociatiOll Ih:1I prolllincllt lawyers. judges. ,md lIIen of note in law, arc brought to the school to s)'cak before ils meetings. and 111 this wa}' the law school ;s kept in touch with lIew developments of the law in the courts of this ~Iatc ami of the I1cighhoring ~tates.

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The Idaho Pep Band Lrlll/,'r

\1 .\I:,rin(,~ll l'lia Powdl

.\IU1WIJrr

r FirSI Scmrslrr)

lJ",w!Jrr rS.'c",rrf Srlll<"Jlrr)

Cl:lir RtO:I11,

1'.'Il~'lSSf.L

l~rc(l

J:llllrs Kidd"l11 E. I~cnsha\,

.\l:lrincan

Fairlc\' W:L1r:llh I)(l)'

McKinley

5"'1\ 1I1ne

f{o,s \Vuous Fr:mci, SI1l"l1cucr~...r

P:ml.\lwood 110(1 Taylor

(fttl

Charll;'~ :\1011

Fn·<J Mnll Phil S;mltns R"lam15\\'al1'011 SI:l1llc~' John-on


Square and Compass Founded at Washington ami Lee L"niver<:ity .:\1:l.Y It. 1917 Cni\'ersity of Idaho SCluare installed February 2;J. 1!l'l2 Colors-)\a\')' L:llle and Sih'er Gray

S<luare and COlllpass is an organiz.'lIioll of :\Iaster )laSOIlS I.:omposed of both faculty and studcm members. .\1 the preselll lime there arc twenl)·-three active chapters located in the \'arious lI11i\'er..itie.. and colleges throughout the L'nite<!

States.

) . .\1. Raeder Tall)()! J~nnillg~

Pr.-sjd.."t "iu-Prrsjdf"HI -Sun:'or)'

S. F. BrowlIC-.._ D. D. Ou $ault_ L C. \VorthingtOIl

_ Trtosn,.rr Choplo;1l _ Tif.·,.

Sergeant :\'agelc

II. W.J\tkeson

). G. Eldridge E.). Van Court

B. L. Taylor G. R. ~IcDole

E. W. Lennox Farrar

W. F. Schmid

F. W. C"lndee II. C. lIanSCll Fr.lI1cb )c"kil1$

R. T. P<lrklmr;;t L. II. Russe.1l E. N. Storms

Col. E. R Chrhman

Lonnic Woods Delfin Raynaldo 1-1. E. Putnam W. C. Cascbolt K. SimonS011

'\'.).lIntlon

Donald Payne C. L. R~~1ll F. M. Cos,ill

W. R. York

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Kappa Sigma ,...,"'",.;" AT nil. C"I'utITT (>F

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I'O,;T ''''C.\Bl"'Tt:

La'H""'" W..ll....., SEXIOKS

Ja ...... \!len Il.o."" J""tl,h (;UP"

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John

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SOI'1I0)lOIl~:S P~ul.\lw~

\"in... Ca_'lm Kenneth IIOIlIe

.\lbc:n :\Ia..""au l)o.>na1<l )Iet·...., F ... ,.n~

M~,\l"",

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F..rlmund lUukburn

F.~I

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Ilcnoan<i IInlll Jamors Kj.,IdIO" {lair K<1Io....,

H,..,,,,,r Lindbc:., Ca.I.\II"...,. Fnlnl< X.... I GeorlC

\tik~

Itogcn KobeTl

1t~1)'I'.

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M"II L...·r"nc~ Ed"lhhn"

Jl"NJOllS I'hili!, Sarnm. \'~rnon :'h.." ...

•:'1...;" SIO''''' GNI'IIC W~II<~r nydc Willia .... o

SOI'lI0:\IOIl ~: Francis .\rmllt"n, FK~:SII:\IA" ~-'f<I",*" C""I"'"

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Colors: :'.scnt an" A~urc 1'1"",,,.; Wl,he Car"a,;""

FItATII:ES IN UNIVEUSIT.\TE

SENIOHS

ron .\.,hur

J.

R. Ilurb>lae R. t;.

t;~crly

T .. n...., Jenning-

~l""ric" J ackMln

Y;v;an Kimhroulfh

L)",,., Roser. lIarold 5;",,,,,,,,.

W. S. S'one W. 1_ S\ephel1$ O.le \'011. lrarold Telf" ...r

JUKIOf/S

W"lIa"" Hro"" Frank MinaB

Gale '\Ii" JOh" Ike,[

Thon" U""" R311.h Harding T~l Tllm",

Garren Plan

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WI'IIOMOI(":S ('"_~

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W. (: Cu"..noc,.

1(",,,,,,,,1 )oh"sol1 1(.. ~ocll :'old;" Jack :'01;.0.

I( I.. Slerhen.

Eo"l Slroho:<:k nt'., Slone

Iloward Tal''''' C~r&e Il.cnoon

.\nku.l:nll C.·uni. RoltJH,K/ Willi..... CaI1ooo-a,. ~'red Klin..

lam~

Kftlh f'aul Leu..:hal

V.... orSu~k Cba.""~ \\"~

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(~. ~:Id.>dle

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\\ ....1<01 l\.arlon low-p.1o Itbndford

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\-."f,.nj I·cu....... Joel I'ri"" Jt":\IOI<S I),)" \1I.. n

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1( 01_11 "';"11

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KI<:finn l'1tJyd )l ••ch...., S~en

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J.,..,...han Fic:Id.Jr. Ouo Hud""r TIoom.a~ :\1..-1""

Clifford )10.:

lIanl~ I'ayn~

RobC'rl Chsd Tb_lor~

Turner, Jr. Joh .. Waln~.

Ricb3rd .\dam, F.~"dl ~:Idridle {~,.... r

lIa.1<\o<:\' Cl.. "Hei~

R.mr Ga ...b1c John IhOldri.. < F.arl Jm"'..

nona..1 :\1.CllnfUCk

""well A. 1'il_n Milo Pc...Will ...... OUlllian Or-nlk Sh.<H1u

('_," Illy

W;lc,,~

",,<Iff Fk><:k

POST GR.\I>t1,\TE Robe•• Cummin' SUI'II()MOR~:

CoOrdon lIorJ.... la,.

FKF'sIIl.n:1'

Gcor-reG_

\·........

lu,l

Tbooa~n


Sigma Nu F"Il''''''o ~T \"IIG'''"U lhLlT...Y ls.nnn,.

lu路",..... '.,", o.lTa Omicron (."apccr '''otiIlo,d )lay U, 1111., CHau. 1II,..:k, White and G<>ld ,.-,...... ~ While Row

!"Ionn j. F .\Iaoinltt De.n t-. A. ThomPIOD ). ScanlOll lJcl....... IJ.. lin Randall ~, ..... an Rkhud Wego.,.,.

FIUTItES IX t:XI"ERSIT.\TE S.:~HORS

\\ 'lham 110........ Pcb>< Rodten G. Whu.on Walttr S C.od>ol.

JL'XIORS

.:,;"k Lri,hc Jobn H :'of......,. P,""cr Paul Dru~ I\unland Puhr

1;\1)' Wickl At.hu. ('>olden I..ori.llubblc

"ihon E,'~'"

1',...1 T~)'tor

Jan'h Cunnlnaham \"CH" ".Oll Walter Gorr..n

'rtl,u, Fj.ckc Thoma. \\'",

SOf>1l0110ltES Robot.. Dunn Sidne)' \'.,tr

IflSj


UaTft>C~ lI«hlntr

0..<11<7 S.im Gifl'ord Da.id_ Roberlll:«d

HUMTI Rr'olC'k Guy WiliiaIDS Volney lIoobinr William

Oiln~T

I'Rf-SIlMEN C"r,,~liu! W~ndlc

F..d""" Morri. 1I«lor larinr Norman Handy

H",ba'" OTeliHr Jay Tllo.I"On

T.... O.i.... Cbrlea Kincaid

\\ \lOllruK GaTlin :\I~rk! Coldm \";clor ea...boh Cbarln

SENIOHS

Harold 1I_""DOnt! A"",,,tI

K~m

Jl1NIOH

lIarold C",..".,I;..on ~·H~:sII:\I.\S

nuid Ketcb....

jU,)

~hl


Sigma Alpha Epsilon YOI:,II1tl!U loT THI l"lI""'US,TT " • . \1.

.

Jol ,ICN 8, 1s:.G

I'bho

.\1,..... ("hal',,,r ;nl;U.I1d. :-","e.nl",.

I. 111111

PUIl,k aM ('".okl

C"I~T.·

FI"...... : \";"1",

FR,\THt:S IS F.\Cl"LT.\TE

). Eo \\'Qll...,lnlck R. II. Guy l.o"i.'

n. YIUTM~:'i

C.,l~·

IllY"l M.c,\hlbll [).y~l~n

IX" l:!"l\"t:R!'IT

nF.

SESIORS Ilu.... nn Il.uo..nn o.~ Canlpbrll

Wlh ..... Purdy t:aton \\'..1"",......,.lhou...

......

II••.,. "~n Charko; Pr.... »

lIerbo" Po_II

I......IT

R"II~·.Y

.\rlbu. !Oo.,I"r

I..... Cruor,.Juk Rodner Willi"m S"">t,

Jl"X'IQR5 Ray.\lIumt....lh Grrald lllack

Same""" Pcrcy

lI"-'lh,

It"""

l);~"q·

£..oll ..I1....... •\lillanlllnih William R«d

Ifllll


I;,,)"

Pftlw~ll

Ed...;" Pa .. lton Alben Taylor ll~'bcn

Mrltxo..

SOf'1I0~IOH拢S

John Emmingh.m C1:l"d~

"un. ~,~r COIt~.

Cl.renc.. Ol..,n

Ed"'in

P~lu~n Irvi,,~

Tul')' AlI~n

Shulli. EI1''''onh So"'det'

~laut;"~ 1I0K...." FRf'.sIl~IE~路

Albrn Iloiky Job n..ird JInInic 0eK3",...

T...... m ..

F~1ton

Philip C'htahon [.q"i,

II."..... Richard

""""p

~taul~1 ~1~00 .. ~1l

John

~lu";"non

.\lton Malt..,n

O..,ar 0100"

John

~1;1 ...

Elton Mato Pert")' Nichard.

N<:>\",n SCOtt

JUSION O,d.. R;"hanh

FIU:SIIMAS Charln Gr.......,.

Itl! I


Phi Gamma Delta F",""". u Junu.. 't

Cou~,

,

,'''". U. IM$

I",. Oul"'"

\Ill

;n,.al1ed \l.""h 11. 1911

('QI"rs:

Itoyal PUT!,'" Ildio'r<>!'"

1'1",,",u

FH\TllE~ r:«>r~r

\1

IX l'ACl'l.T\TE

~lillrr

II"".)' S,rbmi.z Jame.. }. Gill Sleph..,,]. "ro,h

Flol \THF_' IX"

k~ll.h"

l-~·lVEHSIT,\TF.

It,;Oloi Ruf".d E "uh,,~ F"d .... nt O. :'mnh

D... ;~bl.\1 Kuhn.

(;lrnn R W,lki"", S'."ley ( J"bnloOn Thon,.> X" S,ekd. jt°X"10H.:'

W.I"", t., 1','le,04"

.1.",,"'0,

S,wl",hcrg 11. Ildl.h.ey I'ai.ly Walr.th

I...

J....,

"i.

Tho_. ",ank WiJli.a_" !)orIIO:loIOR~

Chari... Qari",,,, ~'",nk

T W1""'"


~_n

Ir>hn Cue.. Th-.l<>r~

W.l.a,1I X.......... Whitr Ot.n.~l

C""".

FI(~:~II,\lt:X

ltIain" 5tuhbld;cl,l Jan1u K Hum.ll \lel,,; .. F. 1'..11 •• Janlu 11"'ehi,,,......

lIa'.r "', """Iw.. u,Roy

t:.

F ......man Wrnn Grilli .. llcrbt't1 .\1"d..,l1

T, l:)rn s,oyln It, 10"" fl IhIlCb"...,.. \ rrid \ I'dnOO" Keith

Cliff"nl COO".

lit:SIOIt ('oe<>rMr (;;l.h."

]I'XIOHS Harold L Wyman

l'1i.

n,

"",",ell

Wayne It. Uudeloon WOlfD.d Iten.ha ..·

.._..

~orIlO.\IOIU

uur...,,,.,<;m

w_1".. 11 H."i. FWE..';'IUI \S

Ik<-.... n! Friel'... n

J. :;lIlith


Sigma Chi Cam..... Eu Cbaptu i_lied .\pcil

e..,.,•• " ltIueand

I~,

1"1

GaM

Fl",ur: While KOK

FR \TItES IX FAU'LTATE

J_\h

I..,. ll.auca

)1 F.•'n~Jl F..,k StanlOf1

Donald DuS""J,

"'II:\Tla:s 1:S- L::s"I\'EItS':IT.-\TE SENIORS

Lou, •. \ llou

£.,.""', K •••..lIe. PauIO.. rd, Perry)1. Sll'ate

(:"" .... .\1.

nc:a.. ~.l

L Wardrop :\1".1<: L. Drake

JUNIORS lIarr;.on

.\rm'lroll~

Il.nry I'owcra Spra~\l<:

M. Sl<:~"'" Ahon ero"'"

], O.

Ra~m,,"""

u.dt .\1. William• •:. o. ~ambca\l C. Dc:lmon. Smttb Alfrnllhga..


Orin S. Cud.......... $Iqlborn W, Stoe:kd.alo:

SOPlIO)IOKES !)all .\z<'u~Je

\'",nol1 K. Job,..o"

Walla"" E. Vork PI'I~:SlrM~:N

J"u K !lueh."." Co:orr" Paul..,n lloberl Clourch

C\a....""" P. )Iy,""",, Gco'lie T. IIIl.roll,hl Elliot "'d"be. Win"" M.... t.IrO_ry

Wd"rD Cb.k Will.... TlICktr Elbe.1 S....... Robe" CI...pborll

S~:NI(JH

11••,,1..1 \\'ille"berg

SOPIIOMOIlE :inl D, Nelli()"

FIl~:Sll)l.\'

Edlar ""'1"

(lUI


The Elweras {~IO'4:

I'Irt.u,

"UST

l"lrl,lc and G"M Itc.ll.:.malton

(OS(

\lll".\TE

~E:O<IOM",

.'

II"...,. Itrtnn

t:I"l<"r \\) land

O.i, fl.," I._ ",. ",..",

JUX10k:i

~""''''n ",Ilk....

t:l"l"n u ..man ".WIIO)IOIlE.-; :\brld he

h.. ~1


-

E~~r~tl Erid,~n

E"l(cn" "irk Cl~rtQ" I'ick~tl

I-"kESl1

\l.\~'

l:"n,'~r I.ydi~ ll~rol.1 \k"inl~y

M,,' ~II If'''>1.....

('hadnlbll

\rth"r EOTKr!l(l"

Ka}mond

\l""r~

Clair Kern>

Jl"XIOK lI~nry

X,<'01

5OI'IIOlIOKf_"

IU~l

MalOn

\\'iI1~

M~tph

K.....

P.'-

OJ


Kappa Delta I'OUIID~D QCTOIU. 29, 1922

Colors: Crim5<lfl and SHver R"ll and Whi,e Car"ati""$

I'1",ur:

FRATllES IN FACUl.T.\TE

C. \\'. Ch"""II.dh l)un F. G. ).liIle. It..\ . .\lul\k",,-.k;

I..,r"" "'H..,,,

SEl'lORS

Charles ,'m'c,"on Waller Wi.dB'" JLl~rOJ(S

JooB" Gor"",

Samuel r"indexle. Waher Pi"r« Frank ""••his"ik l'hilip Cbr;,'e"

Carle. l'jt<:hu Ilarrr Rubio I'orr".t Covey Rall,h lI"-"llrouck

501'110.\101( ~:S Lyle ],icroe I..,Oler Ern.berger 1<>h" Hugh,," Leslie ).{orBan

Dale IhrtJil111

Roy Rowe t:"rl Eriek..cn .:,",,,,

Uowl;ll~

[218J


~'r,l"k

Tim", Or;" Iw,r..... Tbn...u llooordman

C_1llC '-an :-'a_.Jr_

I'M~:SIlMES

J~ff~..o" 1<0<l.~...

:\IY""1 Glv." I."ci~" Olinr

(;l.n

Jon.~

~:,nrr1 Oli,路~r

Ilenry (

1I0芦ma" I..." lJ"rrou~lIl

II o..路ard llarton

Chari.. Ounn Ilorard Gault Ed.... nI Lleid",rridl

Ja-.. C........路"11

Ste".en

Joh"..." O ....ill" Lopn

JUNIOI< (lI.rlet :\Iou,,'


" ,I

I

Beta Chi F•• ","'. Fu.,·,n tt. IV!I

eN"":

Crim...... and Ill"..

o

FI""'r': Wh"" ~~

.,. ,

.•. IJ f

FH.\T1U:'''' !:-'" F\I..l"LT.\TF. Honakl ra)·_ \lf~l

.\not"....."

I H,\Tln:" IX l"Xl\ u.::-n \Tf.

.

~,~

S.:SIO~:-

JL'XIOkS .\....1 \,,,l,,r....., l) ",~1,1

Uar"ncc I.a ...,n

('I,A'o"j s,.........

Ilick

i

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, f)

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T.d .\. 1(;....

lIarr}' (: 1:,lhl1"_

('Irlll.nl :0,...... 1'1(~:~II'I~:S'

-' '·r......" OllU

S ..... n lobn''''

~:..an"",,1

Hrck•• Frr,1 C. n.rrr

)CXIOUS Ur"'rlly" 1(0Ia""I, F."Urll \Ildrr_. (' II.- Il'nkk

fU.:SII)I,\S Tho..... Mill.,

lUll


Inter.Fraternity Council OrPlCOS

. Prt'$id.,",

Gwrge ("kihan

, "jrc-Prrsidn,'

Paul llarl:tll_

Ilaroki Corneli""l11

_';((T('lar)'

Ray AlIuml),1ugh

Leo

_<

PrO\"O~1

Treasllra

Paull brlan Frank ;\Iina-

]od Prie_t

8/"1<1 Th.-t" Pi Flopl .\Iarche i Sigmu XII

I-lalTld C(,rneli芦lll Siymu Alr/IlJ E/'sihm Erroll H iIIm;m

Ra) AlIllmhaugh Phi Gamllia n"'ta

GeorgI' Gahan

\\'arlle Ihu!dlc-.jlll Siglllil Chi

:\lerl;: Drake

LOlli, \ \ r i IIi:Ul15

Ilarry Brenn

Loren

\Vil~ol1

Charles .\11/111ll

Chri~ (T..," th~'r

Ixmald Dick

The Imer-Fraternity Council. composed of twO represelltati\,es from each fraternity on the campus. exists for the purpose of affording an organization for working out the problems which confront men"s Greek Letter organizations. It is also the aim of this organization to foster and promote a betic" spirit of cooperation amongst the organized groups on the campus. and to pro\"ide a means for combining their uniu.'\I effons for the good of the l路ni\'er...ity.

[t5!]


,

Associated Students of Lindley Hall _._ .

L«l Flcl11i'lg..._ John

R~msbcfg._._..

_

Charles La""';Ol1 _.~ II. C\lrti!>-._ __

_ _ f'rrsidrlll __ I"iu-Prnidrlll

_ _"._

Trl'uSlt'l" __._S('(rrll,r~

Tht.' .\ssoci:ned StuuelUs of Lindley Iiall is an organiz..uion of non-fraternity men whose ambition is to uphold Idaho standards. to help maintain her democratic ~piril and to mold citizens thaI will be <l credit to their ~tate. S("niors t' 1_ 1I...,~a ..." O\w C"lIlpbtli

1("""" lI.k~r I......,,, lIrc""mm W.l,er 111mc \-hler II. l:oth ...."

w.. lodo.r Philh"K.. ~

C1ocsl....

I.uk.. t"kalinl

J""'''

K...... ~ ••

Juniors .\1 Derr lohn Ikrr Carl.·rlttman

James La.:..y

lAO '"'rlllinil N./.llnuo>n

I)on ."i.l>u

Cb.""u L",micl1c

("lIuk. I... ,,·ton Ih....rll l'. fl.

s,...".""'a.. ."

SUpIlQ>lH'NS

1.,." .\".1., ", lIenr, lIa

hm."

fr~,lllUI"C

W. C.llender 110)"'<" <':u.';' {arl t:II:b<:., It. II. E'-A... Cecil Fidd. Jerrold c;.".. n ....rl.. Ilcnr~

I'r."d.

"n'u

(;.«>••" I.•''''" 11. t', ~kK...,

H"lh ~lc"'lonill ..

loh" Noh II,roM Lawrence 'e'er..... " Hok,., O""..d.

Fra"k ~I<>Q""J Kay",,,, ~Iorr,. Haymond ~Iu",h)' 1.;1",.,... hrk 1),,,,,,ld I'''''''r

'K.

Carm.."

10<. R. .\1"'1'1"

1'1"1"

J.

Eo Klay...,,,

~'""rie~

11:,,) ,\,'.ir .\I"i" ,\,,,h,non Th«><!OTC .\OO"U"" Franri•.\ ...... ~ronl \lIen UaiJcoy

Pren.,« n.kh

h6llllo1koW' W.lIer Il.ale'l' \\"ilf~1 Ik.ls

•:"..r"11

La,h,.,p

Hokrl I..,,''''''

."ua"d~. ~la~l'h..ro'm William ~l"n',,~

Wi"f..<l ~tar,i" Frank ~1"li"... n (;.eor... M.... rie-I<

Wa 'e. '\'00""'1

II)'...." n..r.)' 0n'..1 llu~.o"

nua" ('arro!

r. I',,,,,,,,,i,,

K.)' I'o:." ..

~Idrnnill~

Hid,..,I"""

Ch.rl... Hi" .. ldi

Glil Hoo:.b W .. l1ae.. Salin/l Oa,,,,,,,,, S..lI

.'k>)"d S<:nlt 0 ..." FhI",bc",,,.

Frrsftllltn Til",.."" Il<>bbs F....1i: Dri...... Ko)' 0)'..

C""rdon E11i. Ea.1 EI",on..

IIc.bn't Cb ... ~I.",;.,., Col.,

Cla...... F.IO'I" Wilbu. flnd'ic Gka.. lIo.-.ni lI.rani

\',,';1 Cn"foni W...I.c. Cn...... K.. ,.Cllrr~ 1I......kl 1)..lIrna..

.:lbcn

(UII

Iv.1 S,t. Joh" ~'nn""

l,rl.. ~,e"'arl

lIerma" S"'.n""" K",,,,,,, T"nlt 11 ..01<1 "0" n,,1t "',,"10" Whi,... I.. c. \\'i1"" .. H,,<. \\.......,.

W. T,,,a.

fI, ). K'I""1

Frank K.. mb<'r 1 fl. Sh"lI'.

('urri.. T""d William Wri.h'~'

1 11....1..;" II ..,. lIuff",." C 1d flon"" ClI••ln flo)'1 Lot....,. 11..,11.,. W.h.... Ka1.....

loll.. K«I"""" K..)"ft

lloo1o."'~


Tultle

kipJ~r

5'ilUt l.Iu'llbr Kar.... KtS\t. Wood

,\. Andenon Sb.amburlJlOr Nob c~

Hoyt CaNol I.•\ad.......

Sali",

(urri~

Sla.e Cote K..,,"",y

,.",

SUI......

(ilIOn" Itnnl.oer 1_ I·fl.~no" \<!air W....hlt. \Ione

,.....

\'on 11010 ltea"'t ~

...

"~

llooner nr·"e \\ aJ..do.f t-...mi"a

It:>ll

II. l"'M""i.l~ l.\.,..\lo,,;,le While lOarh lono" .\I;I1~r Fr",erick lI.eTIlM>r1 1I;ail~y .... _

~a.ln

No),t. H.. u~hma" .\. l)e••

HaUC'. \"dtrOCln lIa·~k;"

Pulu.o.m IJryt .\11lOr"t TalN


Gamma Phi Beta ".S.....nu.lo;!

FO"'~Df:p AT THll t,;"''''DSlT..

.Xi Chap' .... ;nstal1nl Xo..emMr !t. Ii(riI

nuff ,,00 n'o"'n Flotra' Pink Carnalion

Cf>lo.~:

.\.'In{'ox

11:,,1>,. Gal..... l!ary Kill& J~I'h;n,.

W.lI,....

JUXIOKS

lluy Evelyn ",,,,,,n .:mmy 1..0" 1Jc>1....,

IIden Grim

l.lOU;'C JI1".....

Ch..lone Jones Elm.". j"nu C"')'"c,b .\1 ...1'1",,,),

lIa.el !'oIO"" E..... n;., .\lford

501'110:\1011:ÂŁ5 Lucille Jta AI

teaJt Ral.:e'

[I:lal


O...

B",I~

;O'1.... r~t COlt

I)orOlhy Helnl lJUIr;~" llu1ll~r

He.tl

lI"nl~r :\f;n~..." T~nel;nl

Heinl Wood ~'ort.-

W.lk~r

J~IIlU:t~ 8a"~01l

C;lIllitle Collina OnTtt~Jonn

Purl PaDltbo ...

Purl TlChirl; lldtn

S'"l~

S~;NIOR

GUI B.rnhart

JUNIORS Ka,II••lllt Dwyer Oorothy W.II"••

SOPUOMORE Harriet

Feal~_~


Delta Gamma Fut:'",o AT l.Ji;WII SCHOOL, Yb~UI'Ptl. )" ...,," 15. 1$76. X" ch~llIcr ;notallftl Sept"",,,,"," I~. 11111. C<"~'6:

Ilron..c. Pink and Ill ... FI,...·u: Cream Whi.e liMe

SOkOllES IN I'.\CULT.\TF.: (""n,ill" :'>lcD"nicl

:-'OI(OIlF.!' IX' L"XI\'ERSIT.\TE

SESIQII:S :>Obt,I'1Ot Collins Linia" JAnie Itau! Lao,TOi..,

J'udinc Pen«

\111" & ..... 0<1 ~nha

Clindnnan Ekanor 11Il1lli""h Loui", llaRln

)Iary ),1.(.110'" ,\n".belle ).lc:>.I""cTI MlTy Pailley )br)"

Va" I)"ulen

50I'IIO.\IOk£5 kuth '\""")l:li..l",'h Drake

F.a.-I Kcrr IIel.... 1I0....1ol

Ale,,", Lon. Ild-'~ )Iu'flton

Elkn

~rooc

Reko P"..-I


;\I'Id.ec1 Purw.. Zu= SIoft1d1n"l"" H.. lm S,anleHl Dorolloy SWlUIn

;\1:>.,. Taga'l

Sa.ah TroUidal .. '""1'''''' Whitt,... ;\lary WilHam5Qn

FRESIUU:S

K.,b..

r'''., Uo..,,,.,,,

;\la.jori.. IIro..-" Dor.... hT Da.linl

("aIMnn.. )1.....,. Lillian Shaw lbrjor;" S'IU.-n

lid..., W""'''',

.\-brjo.... Woods Lu<']' Wr....." E1iubttb Fran..k

Ow o..Wlu I ..." .. {"o<ldl"

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Kappa Kappa Gamma FOllllDU AT :\IO""O~'H Co......,£, IS~O BnA K...... CH.>rrn I"UA""- F ...II:U1' tG. 11l1i C"I,.,~,

Ot>..t ••" Lix•• 81..

Fltnrn: FIr•• Jr-Lis

SORORf.:S

I~

l;XIVERSITATE

SEXIQRS

Fai.y :-anrer \"aullIa" P.a'''',. e ...."" :\lorpn My.....\rmlt.,,_!C".

F1orftl~

.\rmbrllfilu

Gb.ha Ib.6dd ;llary I....belle \'Iog_ ""ari" .\Iillkk (;am"dl

JUNIORS Ellith C<tO"". Gerl.",l", Shl"T<' SOPIIO.\IORES k"lll .\lotllllOn1cry Goldi~

Pul,.

!k'lba Chureb

Lou;se :-".,d Iri. Armbn..ler J05f:1lh,n", Keane

ItGoIJ


llujorie RobI);n. Vi.. .\10110' II_ocr Yo.t hoc"c Mdlirnc,

i."

C.m,lla Brown FRESUMES

.""rp'oe'I 3oIrl\'''''' Wi_ R"..lnon R"d'Sk~rd

R",II Wlli,e 00";:1111, Pcai,. Ka'M,-inc foicld Orpha 30Iarkic

Bea'rice lieDonaId llalllUoe'l FOlr

F.anc... LaPoin'e Mild,,,,J U..,lmoc.

SENIO~S

Charlo"e llro;od .... ter Cr.n'er ;o.1 •• ,a.." lJlaeki"¥e.

JUNIORS !luth McKlnne)' Mar,oret "Oll"k

SOI'IIOMORf: Elicabo>'h Tl>onuon

FRESIIM~:S"

Fra"d.

~itchie

M.., Mable

Iroll

~Ion~


Kappa Alpha Theta y"l路 ... ~ .. 'T

I).

I'",.. L",..,nu,n. I~:n

lin., Tun> ('11'."'>:& C"I",~

F!v,,'rr _

h~.,..u.拢t> ~h~

It!. lUll

llIack and Gokl

m~ck

"nd

("oOlo.I 1'''''')'

:.'EXIOfl:5

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r:e<)rll;annc SUl'l'illW'" JD,IO~S ~~lilh.

Horton

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SOPIIOMO~E:,;

\bb"l t;ich ......

'lar;" lIosw..... AD"," \lar" I... ilb~

F~t:'''IDIE:X

Ikrruoh..... lI.,f"rlh«

~Iu;,~,

S,,<'<:I 1I•• "icr

(;~rlTl"I~

:'''1'1''''1'''

Tall"" .\lil,lrllOl War"kr

Ma'iUri Di.ki"..,,,

It'S]


Phi Beta Phi ltO'....ODTB. ILLl"O'1,. 1

;

hlihL.t..aO Fa.cAn t5. IUS

C:"'ors:

Wi"" Krd a.... Sil..u III"e

F~r ..

Wi,.., Carn:uion

SOMOitES IX 1!X)\-EH:;.T.\TE

SESIORS Eli.., COl>lIOr

IIdm Ram..,)'

JUKIOK,; Jr..... ;\k\"l..y Elm"r"" (4T<I".... lIuel},,,,...

SOP110;\IOR~:S

3or ....I.r"t :ichkk

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Aleen \Valler Bl<lnche Pennington "oda XcI.sor. Alice Bourth CL1ra Brolhen Mandell Wein I-Icloisc Krau,~

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This oll"rani;r;alion IS composed of Creek letter men and wOlllen whose fraIcrnities have no chapter on the locitl campus. .\lthough stra~'cd from the fold. Ihey ha,路c found a COllllllon meeting ground and their organization j;; to further and promOte that interest.


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Fifty Years of Progress 11874019241 • Fifty years ago, Dr. Fred Skogg started in his chosen work of Idaho-that of professor of janitclics.

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Dr. Skogg was and is thoroughly qualified for his present profession. J Ie had spellt a fortune in acquiring his education at the Janitorial Institute of :\'edi~ cinc. where he dC"Olc(1 lweh"c yc,lrs to inlensi\·c study and research in his rhoscn field.

lie had special courses of instruction at the Lewiston ~onnal. Since coming 10 Idaho he has worked \\'011clers for the struggling mass of un· healthy college students. Ilis premier contribution to the improvement of t.-ollcgiatc life has been his Canned Sleep. a concoction replacing the need of slumber. For Ihis the L"nivcrsity Poker Club bestowed upon him the degree of Doctor of the Chip. Dr. Skogg's rellledies have brought <tbsohltc relief 10 the majority of his lIsers.He was instrumental in installing the campus farnps to light the s!lulcnts over the paths of righteousness. The doctor induced the health cOllllllittee to fttrnish cushions for the arboretUll1-a sterling work.

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It became impossible for him to sec p<'rsonafly ,Inc! prescribe for all tbe students who wil1lte(1 and needed the benefit of his long training and careful study. and he resoh'ed to embody his work in an almanac garnished with fragrant testimonials.

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smdem. It also contains in forma· tion about Dr. Skogg's Peerless Remedies and may testimonials from sufferers who have been relien~d by these po.in destroyers.

$5,000.00 TI,<.'Ord ••'ill be pait/ by thl' Skogg FOlll/datioll to ally pI"rSOll .('/10 lilllis all fllo'" of trl/Ill a'~-" of Ihese sia/rll/eli/s.

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taken when the carly S)'IllI}tOIllS appear al the beginning of the semester, fre<luently ward off an attack of indisposition and falling hair. which so fre<lllcntly ensues as the semester draws to a close. They help 10 keep you colllfoT,ahlc in the first stages of all acule attack until the alibi or check from hom(' aT. rives. In lllany chronic cases. these remedics ha\'c brought relief afler many other stringellt trcallnents and

medicines have failed. Hundreds of weary students ha\-c been admirably benefited by the use of Dr. Skagg's rCllll.-dies. and yet these arc not clIre-alls, and they may 1101 benefit you if it is too latc. We do lIot walll YOUT money 1I111css you are 5.1.lis路 fied and gratili(.'(1 and feel that we han' gi"cn you value recei\'cd. Simply rcturn the cmpty package to the Bursar's office and he will gleefully return to YOll the purchase price, in addition to a personally autographed photo of Dr. Skogg.

Short Method of Figuring Prof. Barton's Method of Marking )Iuhipl} lour age b) the number of times Profe~~r Bro_mlll has used the ....ords. "Pion芦r ~tock. fine old famil}':' Dh'ide b}' the number of lJ()flies used in the qui,. Add Olle O'Cedar mop. Subtract 2. This am....er "ill gh'e the "norm:' :\1 ultiflly the norm b}' the IlUmber oi crcdil" Ella 01,;0'''011 ha~ "!Olen from UIl'iU"llCCIing students. add Ihe number of j:l:olf kllickcr~, di,idc lty Ihe lcngth of time dC"olet! to stud). lhen subtract !i,'c. Thi.. will gh'c thc correct an.wer, the mo,t seiell\ific melhod yet del'iq,od.

Arthur Golden Secures Wonderful Results DC:lr ~[r. Skogg:

r :1111 writing this teller to avoid any misapprd1{'n~ioll1> that my picture, whidl has been published far amI wide in the 1'>'1.st, might ha\'c caused your compan),. The picture depicted mc with a gigantic bump on Illy head and bore the caption, "After one bottle of Dr. Skogg's Ilair Restorer." I wish to state that Ihis was not the case. Thc clerk became confused o\'cr Illy order and sent me a bottle of your bust de\'eloper instead. I wish to absolve Ihe l'Ompany from all blame in the matter. YOUTS truly. ,\II:TIll.:1I:

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WEATHER FORECAST FOR 1923-24 SEPT,_UNSETTLED, ~len \lncertain a\)OUI respecli"e a(h':llllagu of Beta Theta Pie and Kapp:! Sigma Brew. OCTo-COOL WAVE.

I~~l)(·tiall)· l10ticcahlc bel ween Kat'I''' and D. G, Housc!!.

NOV.-DAMP PERIOD. .'\t any fratemilY house immediately aftcr:HI Idaho football \·ictory. DEC.-FAIR WEATHER. AI :tllY sorority house on d:tle night. Liable 10 break Ul' any time after Santa ("1:lIls' arrival. JAN._THREATENING WEATHER. Will \)rcvail unlil after exams. FEB.-HOT WAVES,

Will be felt in Dean French's office aflcr big Elks'd:llIce.

MAR.-LIGHT SHOWERS in Thursday morning Freshm:tu English. APRIL-WINDY WEATHER. MAY-RAINY.

ESI}eciall)' noticeable in hiSlOr)' department.

ESlledally on day of Phi Delt picnic,

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1 Nervous, Flunking, Irritable Take Dr. Skogg's Nervine r-llCnATL'RE works by fi."ed Jaws s:tys Dean ~1. F. Angell). If rou \'iol:lIe the laws of health and the registrar you must \Xly the penalty. Too IlllH:h study. too mIlch fUll and frolic. lack of fresh rOIl1.:lIIce -all have their effects 011 the nervous system. Youma)' become subject to hysteria. llen'OllS prostration, nen'ous dyspep·

sia. dis:lppointment in love. or C\"Cli prob'l.Iion. Quiet. peace. calm, seTen· it)' and morning slumber will tend to restore health: but a good. reliable medicine will lll:lkc recovery more ecr· lain.

.\ few doses of Dr. $kogg'~ Xervillc will work wonder:- in the early stagl.'S of anr nervous disorder. \Vhy not gel :1 boule and carry it to class for emergencies?

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Remedy Causes Pain and Pants to Disappear Dear Dr. Skogg: Last night I had a terrible headachc. I being :t student, Ihis was no uncommon occurrence, but the pains at thi~ particular lime were so consuming Ihat I ran to the phone. called Ilodgin's Drug Store. and orden..'(1 a bottle of your .-"nti·Pain Remedy. I took a couple of drops of the medicine, then went to bed. [also dropped a couple of drops on Illy pants, :\I}' headache disappcar<.'(1 immediatelr. and this morning when I awoke my pants had also disappe."1red. XO\\,. de<tr Doctor. I want to know where my p.ants are. YOUTS hopefully, D.\u: \·Oll~.


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Honest Testimonials from Honest People •• ~ ~ E receive thous.1.nd" C)f epis~ ties and fragments of parchmont nightly telling of the benefits derived from Dr. Skogg's Sp;u:m-h:i1Ier. Space and the canons of good (astc permit us to Jlublish only :t "'Imple of them. They come from C\'CTY department of the college-the hor~c barns, "[rar1110ny" J 1.1.11. the glee duhs. the 1I1liH'r~ity club.

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\\'c're proud of these tribUles to OUT medicine. proud that SO many pale and anemic students howe found relief in using our prep.1.rations. \\'c believe Ihat everyone statc5 the plain. un-shellacked truth. \\'c ha\'e llC\'Cr published a fraudulellt testimonial nor used one without lhe full CQlll'cnl of the writer. These Ic~timOl1ials will point yOUT course 10 telleT health and a great Idaho :;piriL

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Abe Goff Preserved for the Common People Dear Doctor Skogg:

I used to havc one or two spells of dysentery every summer from the time I was;:1 ehild of twelve years. Your 1...lxa· tile Tablets. which arc so free from dis.1greeable effects and which taste like candy. appealed to me. so I ate two boxes. Since that time I howe ne\'er been Irouble<! with Illy old affliction, and the mere sight of one of your bottles of pills is enough to St'l1d me into hysteria. Yours, AilE GOFF.

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YOL- feel tired and listless! Is your literary appetite poor: Do small weekly quizzes look

petite. rouged cheeks. and gurgling eyes arc blessings that we do not appreciate until .lfter the storm. Dr. Skogg's Ionic is a sciemific combination of Paraclise waler, Palouse mud and mailed gUll grease. spiced with herbs from the Ilome Economics

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Joe Cogan Cured of Gamma Phi Fever Dear Doctor Skogg: Ilad becn suffcring for two years from all acute attack of Gamma Phi fe\'cr in a \'irulcnt form.

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:'\TI L recently the worst enemy of the home was breaking the hearts of millions. II.\LITOSIS had bame<1 the Keely Cure. Bob Leitch and Leo Fleming, but Dr. Skogg's Breath Extcnninalor makes

How to Succeed .\Ianl \-ollUn~~ ha\'~ I~n Wrill('11 upoUn Ihi. <ubjecl. hUl probahl)' the treatise that ha~ arcu:>e<! the mo-t COlllment i< Ih<.' one: h) Ihm "IIt>IlC"I" ,\11(' Goff. Ph.D., ,\,:\1.. B.A.. U.D. Goff at Ilrc..c:l11 j, the !)rc:<idcnt of the IlolIIC'lcss Club. a \'alumal')" a~<;()Ci:ltiol1 l)f dO\\11 and OUi mell. In pan he ...., p. "Ik faithful to rour ~uperior~. obey' cn,'Q- C<m111l3I1d.'· Thi~ IIit of lu,h-ice he acquired through his earll militarr training al Ihe l'llher~il) of Idaho.

The follo\\lng imeniew \\ith lIone'l Abe i" intere<ling. He 'aid: "Work al the l:I"k in hand. Let no obstade come in lour Ilath. 1 ~trO\'e for rear" 10 Ocrollle the worSI of all bUIIl<, and 110\\ 1lI)- realitation is reached·' Ilere .\be wiped a lC'ar irom hb ere as he r.-ached 11110 hi~ poekel and hrought forth a grim)' "!lull Durham" ,,-,ck From the 'ack he lOok an (Object and. holding il IIIl to the Iighl, &,id: ··Oh. Jud)'! I o\\"e il all to rou-this incenth-e 10 l~colOe great and honored. 1\~ of old. I drink to rour h(,':J!th!"' litre lhe guard. aroused br J\1X'\ jlllS5iOllate IIltcra.nce<• ..-::a\'<: me m'lke 10 delJ:Lrt.

Fitzke Becomes Iron Man Dear Doctor Skogg: . Before beginning 111)' training for lhe ;llImlal ldahu·\\'. S. C. football game I wcnt to Doctor EinhOIlSC who found Ill)' blood to be in \·cry bad condition. He prescribed ;l course of trcatment which [ followed Wilhotlt success. I happcncd to be reading a copy of Police G'l7.CHC al1(llloticed aile of your :'\nxatcd Iron ads and read your :Jlhlring statements. r imll1ccliatcJ)' procured a bottle and took thc cntire cOntelllS. with wonderhtl SIICCCSS. [ h'1\'e, up to the presctll timc, wkel1 2~ bottlcs of Nuxated Iron and fed like a new man. Sport writers all over the weSl have referred to me 3S the iron man of the conference. little realizing how dose the}' came to hitting the mark. lowe my gre.1t success on the fool.........1>.1.11 field and baskct-ball court to ;\'uxale<l Iron and tl.-cOlllmcnd it 10 all coming athletes. Signed P.\VL "Bon" FlTZKl'...

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OlOGI!. scaly, pimply blackheads in profusion are too c\'ident on the complexions of many of Idaho's fairer sex. according to Dr. Fred Skogg. This COndition may easily be o\'crcome b)' a liberal application of the Skogg Pink :\Iud for Pale People. The Doctor has devOled sollle twelve years in se:m:h of a clay that would ha\"c medicinal and beamy qualities, but il was 1I0t until he came in contact wilh the eanh directi)' in the rear of the university cow

cess. The gre;J,1 value of Dr. Skogg"s Pi Ilk :\Iud lies in the fact that it may be applied during the day without the least discomfon or ill appearance, the shade blending in perfectly with the complexion. This hard clay also :\lTards the girls a wonderful protection when alit with Kapp.. Sig dates. for who cares 10 lllake love to a cia)" model.

Dr. Skogg's Tips on Etiquette III l)~nll Skogg's l,crSOllaUy compiled book on etiquette, which he gives gratis with ellt:h hottle of C:t11l1l:d Slcel), we find the following instructions for gelling by big 011 the Id:lho campus: I. Seize upon the V-1s~ing of a piLoce of hread as an OllllOTtuuity for ludoor practice in throwing the discu~,.. 2. Playfully flick fr:tgmnu,; of buller 3\ y'our host if the colwersation lags.. 3. FortH) )'ol1r~lf al the lable b)' barricadinJ! Jour I,late with all the \路iclu:tls ... ilhin reach. 4. Slllle lour Ildl!hlJ,or~:\I Ihe taMe II) Ircacherou.l) .Iilll,ing him a liheral JIOTtiOIl of ll\a芦hed IlOlaw "II the hottom of Ih" grit\) howl a,. a lokell or )OIlT gcnero<ilr路 S. Mpt"riou.sl} tla\'or thc re .....n'oir (If )(lur fa\'oritc C'O,cd'~ :I\omizo:r ....ith Ilod l'e1an's snoozc. 6. Place a Quart of Scrvin" in c;,ch g,llloll of (lullch. 7, Usc your head for !KJ1ll"thillg besides :t hat rack. if IlOS~iblc,

Miss Gates Gets Two More Dear Doctor Skogg: After laking IwO more bottles of )"our famous "Tumor Remedy" more 1l11110rs, !loping yolt are the same, "ery truly yours,

have two

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addressing the 2000 cadets of the local R. O. T. C. unit . camped on the bank~ of Paradi~ Creek, Dr. Skogg of L'niversity of Idaho said: "Good health is the natural state of mankind and Ags. To abuse this inheritance is a sin. Only on rare occasions do we hear of a man who abuses all the laws of health and yet slITvi\,cs:' In citing a

incidellt he mcmioned the case of Lonie Woods who has probably chewed more to!J.1.CCO than any other tweh"c lIIel1 and yet seems in perfect physical condition. .\1 this dread time wilh its many maladies. it is especially important thai we take good care of OllT bodies and cal nice dean butter and nice fresh eggs.

Hints to Victims of College Life Dr. Skogg's Canned SI~p will relic\'c headache!>. Vandal Fc\路cr. Corns, Inherent Drowsiness and Arboretum-itis Iluickl)' and surd)', withoul ll;:tin or grilling_ ~Iany obstinate cast thai han' resisted the- concerted effort of the ~holarship rommiuu han, yielded to Dr. Skogg's llIar\"(,lous IlOIlUre treatment. We furnish CannC'd SIe~11 in both 11m and tahlel form because the Theta's prefer 10 lake a small pill, while the Pi Sigma Rlto~, who cannOI take a pill at :111, find no difficult)' in chtwinK Dr. Skogg's IlleaS.11l1 Cannffi Sleep tablets. You can choose for )'ourself which Olle- )'011 like OcHer. the pill or tablet. ;lIId the 0111' most effective in your case, If )'011 are habitually trOubled with the need of sleep, eSlablish a regular hour for lII,lking )路our gel-away from the house alld re\'cl ill nocturnal jO)'s.

Stan Writes Broadway Success Dear Dr. Skogg: "1 attrilmte 111)' entire success." stales ~Ir. ?IcLattghlin. "to the c.rcalivc powers of Dr. Skogg's Nervinc which rendered 111)' mind sltfficicmly fertile for this gigantic productioll. Before taking Ner\'inc. my plays were AaI, insipid. emaciatcd works which would nOl e\'en get b)' George "Iorey. t\ow they gel by like the 'Book of Job,' and the Poli :\"cgri productions under the influence of Dr. Skogg's Anti-Pain pills have agreed to screen my super scenario:' Playfully, ST,\STOS i\lcL.\UGIII.IN.

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To Cure Aboretum-itis Through Hmi~tic:ll <:<lllll'i1atiot1, Or. Skogg ha~ made Ihe amazing discovcry lh:l\ lite mQ~t t"{llllmOn of ;111 5tll(]elll m:,ladie, all the Id:lho C;HllllUS, arhuretultlilis. reachtd ib peak ~imuhaneousl~' along wilh tlie foot and mouth discase in May. :':01lC :lre inllllllllC to the r:lI'aj.:c' of lhis all-engltlling malady, ~ays Or. Skogg. who. in c"II;lhonnion with Prof. Eugene Taylor. foulld that the curve of thO' illtO'IlSity of the uisea.e and thc full moon hau a correlation of .99 44/100. Then Or. Skogg ~et 111' 11 IIwdical l:thoratory ill the ha_crncnt of the All huilding and. cntcring. ""ore he would ncvcr .ha'·c until hc h:Hl <li.co'·cred thc remcll}' for thi. cxcruei'lling' pl,tgl1e. In t,,·cmr-lhr<.:e II"Y' :llld 'eW:tl ll1in\lIC~ 11\' emcrged e.ulloutl:igl!d with fnurinchl!~ of hcard. harl)/)rill~ three :\. S. U. I. hlue mice. Triumphantly w:wing hi~ :mlOslrop. he re\'c'iltd his cure-all di~c(J"er)'-:1 mar\'c1ou~ cl)lH.'O\:til II of hurry-up notice., e..Cllce of Sl)\lllight•.•"'u cugincerill8 skunk oil. IV "" taken imernally. tC<'1I

Dean French to Compete with Lipton and Delmonico Dear

Dr. Skogg:

Your wonderful Kappa Sigma Tonic htts been an eycopener. I immediately saw the need for a lea and dance elll\x>riulll and shall establish one behind lhe Delta Gamllla House in the ncar fUlme, DI"..\" PIOR~IE.\r. FIH·;NCil.

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For :~O fears "The StudcllIS Storc"-Xow in the larger aspct:t "the store of the Inland Empire:' Complete in every detail. .\ Dcpanl1lcm Slore depolcd 10 (IliaIi!)' and service.

]J)AVJ[]J)§ !:&~~!S~FASHION Hnbbl-f-Idlo! Is 111:11 you. lillIe I WOll't be howe 10 dinner. Illl()Ortam bllsine~s conference.

PARK CLOTHIERS :-

Guh)·-So. S)-h. I can llC\"Cr he lllore lh:m a ~;~lo:r 10 you. S}b-All right. kiss brother good night.

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HE schools that hold their athletes .. letter men..in proper esteem are awarding them genuine

Master or Superior Sweaters The cost is not excessive, years of service and pride of possession considered. Olympia Kniffinll Milt., Inc. OIJ;,.,,.jo, Wo.Mn.ton

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TIlE \fOUNTAINS II ~I GOING EAST to stud)' ,'nder the ~ading Internation:ll ~Ia~ter Photographers and Artists

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NICIIOLAS :\1 URRA Y :O;cw York City

This Fall for

Distinctive Photographs

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THE MIKLOS STUDIO 21i I':.

THlltD ST, ),IOSCOYl,IDAIiO :\1..... l)oo,r PhotOllnp~" In ;".,..1 ,\_;"Iio.. of .\ riu

CELESTI.\L LH';IlT!

UJard's Bindertj Book Binding

Paper Ruling Loose Leaf De"ices Gold Stamping

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I Ie lit his cig:1r by the light ill her C}'e~, I [crc's to thc light that lics in :1 wom:m's eyh, find lies, :ll1d lies. ~~~

A TOUCH OF COt,OM

"Where'd lOU get the black ele, Ra)'?" "You can hCI Ihal it's nOI in mourning for Ihe guy thai gave it 10 me." ~~~

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~IIG[l\f Of THE MOUNTAINS ll~ The Photographs In This Book Were Made By Us Every roll of films you bring in will be given the same care and artistic discrimination as was gIven the artistic photography in this annual.

Hodgins Drug Store r,\SSIO;';

MAJESTIC CAFE

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"\Vlu:rc do you .....:m! 10 go?" -J'tIlO<I'infkcl ~.~

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Biggest and Best Meals at Popular Prices

Dr. ChCllOWClh-"Nolhing matters." .~~

Jin1tllie-"Gh'l! me a !(lus of charl>cd waU路T."

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Making Shoppi.ng a Real Pleasure

"Meet Me at the

Economical"

The selling ml!lhod in one -"tnre mOl}' be differ~11\ from th'll in anolher. Both stores mOl} aim hiJ,th :md \\ ilh good intelll, Xaturalll Ihe method thaI hellcr con.>er"\-es and ~u~tail1s lhe illl~rc~l~ of Ih~ puhlic i~ thc onc Ihal v.iII CII' .lure, To scr....c Ihe people well i~, we helie\-t', 10 sen-e Ih~m alike e,'er)' bu.i-

Drug... Drug Sundries. Stationery. Cigars, Candie... and ~chool Supplies

ne, dOl}" in Ihe }'e:tT. In Ihi:; slor".}(lu lilld Ihe ~amc Ull t1~u:ll mt:lne}"-·••willj;; fll1l)Orlul1ilic« 10dOl} a", wcrc lll're ill Ih(' ~'("Icrd:l)~

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Economical Phatmacy (QUAI.ln' ASII SOVICE)

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Th.. re is science aud cerlainl}" in c,'('r)' cau. Cre~­ cellt users hold uo anxious thoughlS abQut special occasion cakes, The)' place their dough in the o\-ell with e\'er)' ronlidence of re'lIltS the)' will he proud of,

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MOUNTAINS II ~I Special.\crommodation for Cosn:1\TION P,\RTIES

:lnd I:kSINESS C.\TII~:RINGS

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One of America's Superior Horels

llllu-ual Lobh~ Beautiful Grounds and Gardens Excellent Cafe and Coffet' Shop

Sen'ice Extremely modcraIe charges

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Palace of Sweets Candies Tobaccos and Confectionery .\ rollcgc store for college IX:oplc

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I~G[M O;'TI-II MOUNTAINS III SAVE AND HAVE Earn 7 Per Cent. whil~

Cal Smith's

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OUT Partial Pa)'ment Plan ill Capital

Stock of this Company. Ilacktd b)' a compan)' 35 ytars in the Light and POwer bu"ille5S. en-

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The Washington Water Power Company

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Rab,"-"I wam my boule." Mother-"KeCII quiel. You're jllsl like )'our father."-Slw Dodger.

S"O"ANE'S POI'UI.. \1t PRIO:I)

IloTEI. lle-"There is nil awful rmnhling in ttl) stomach-like :l car, going over n cohble<lone street," She-"lt'$ prolmhly thaI truck rou :lIe for dinncr."-Lr/riall J1t1rr.

Undergraduate headquarters for the Sludclll Bodies of Idaho and \Vashington.

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First simple n;mrod-"}-Ity. don', Shool, )our gUll ;~n't loaded:' IIis partner-"e"n', help that, th(' bird won', wail:'-.1/0Jl.

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Stewart Be Holmes Drug Company WIlOLESAI.[

Importers, Exporters and Manufacturers CIW11lic,,1 Tl",

The variety of slylco of \'icuola ;n"mme"U i. 00 C(ln'l'"·h",,.;vc •• II' l,t• .,., 'h" ace.,m· lin_lin,,,,,,. lif tll"lIru,c", &rl;st. ,..itbi" TUell "f ""r'f wllo rnli1u ,h" eha.,,, of " "",o;ul home. 1'" hne 0"" of ,10 .... Vic_ lIolu h""Ulh 'he (·hr;.,m.~ ne" Ihi. year, ;B to ,,,1,1 tl,., "hor ... fo••11 lime, l'l'(Jn evc.y i,,"'.ument yll" will lintl 'h" f.",o"o \"jel". lutl ..·mark<, "ltich ar.. the only com 1'1",,, U.lIr.".... of ,h •• 'I".lity, .... ,hi,•• ,,.] .",rlorma'ltt "'hieb lIa"o:: I;ven 'h" Vic,rob Cl;Inlnlere;,1 .nd .n;Stic: SUI"""" 'Ie)'. Stt the,n. oot. above all. hear them. You ..·ill tMn mil •., that tMrc is onl)' "".

'UI"

GI:l~~\\':,rl'

Optinlll~ Soda

F011111al11 :Ind

SI1JlplieS

510rc Fixtures ;mll Show

ft""'.,,·

Ca~l's

i'"

Agl'll'~

Lownef"s Celehrated OJ()Colates

bUI,

OccmE!'iT.\L ,\NO KI!'iG STREET

Sherfey's Book Store

SE.\TTI.E. \\'.\~IIINGTOX

~hISCO\\.

IVAIIO

Mark P. Miller Milling Co. Merchant Millers and Warehouse Men Moscow, Idaho IVorr/lOUSCS at ~IOSCOW.

10.\.

JOEL, 10,\. I'IOWELL, IDA ESTES. IIH. VIOLA. IDA GE~ESEE, IlH. DEARY, IDA. .~VO~, IDA. CO~IAS, W.~Sn.

PALOUSE. WASH.

ALBION, WASIl. OAKESDALE. WASIl. CIIAMBERS. W,\511. COLFAX, WASIl. MA~NIXG, WASIl. BLACKWELL. W_~SII. STEPTOE. \\' ASII. C.~SIIUP. WASIl. THORXTOX, WASil. RIXGO, WASIL SEABLtRY, WASH

,...,


8fUfV£ IT Of( M~T

41Gomrna c('f~ain 'Ph: r-

JI

I Soror"dJ 9;.-1 h,1'. not QonP on a d..t(' dun .... 'l1

4 y€'d,·s

In

Co/lpge

I

IO~lJh. A(ogan~ Ud I.-BA

Studied 46 consecutive hours 48mln. J2 sec. without

food or wat",,-. Jan 21 191'+

AC@rEain f.l(U11y ~

'~'

~''''''''' ':/'l

m@mber np,@

si"p NOB, hasllO! Uunked

a single student.

Jody't::h",\ M~"" .is So'clock 0)1

time.

O<1.I~,Ic)Z3,

_


J. T. CROOT Tajlor 10

.\1('11

Bennett's

01/(1 II' QI//('II

Exceptional Garage of the Northwest

Highest Grade Woolens at Moderate Prices

Nror BOllks and J-/olels

College Clothes Specialty LEWISTON, [DAIIO

W. III THIRD STREET

PhOlle 190

:\IOSCOW. ID:\IIO

Lunches, Pastties, and Fancy Groceties

PHONE

8~J

Varsity Grocery

IImu Wl' do ;1. Tllis is tile srcrct!

w1d

Our c:)rs :lre n{'v.:r idle. Whl? He)'Ull elm TAXI ill comfort :It

cal1~C

Tea Room \\'0(1)

&

Taxi!

Taxi!

prkcs lh;tl a~lol111d )'011.

l;Jc Any Place in the City

RM.I'1l

:lnd a )ilnc)' Zone for the

~t\ldellls.

COlli/try dri.'/"S (1/ ,.,-asolwblr mtfS. .Isk thr drr.-rr.

.\ good place to So-nisf)' your appetite

B) kCt'ping a Jist we kllQ.....herc lOU

lin' and tht Quickbt

\\'e caler to Cni\'ersity patronage

WiI)'

to gel thert.

One: trip will COlwincc you.

(311)


IIIIC[M or THE MOUNTAINS 111I Athletic Outfitters 10 the SClloOl.S\~11 COl.LEGES OF TilE INLA:":D E:t.II'IItE

Prompt Service-Best Values

Hoxsey.Lambert Company Wlwlesulc ami Retail

Sporting Goods no; Sra.\Gt;E. SI'OK.\XE

Agatha-"Oo )'011 like fish balls?" Luk,......... r don't know, r llC\'Cr went to one," /If III(' PM Ddt Ho"srrl'" ne\'C~r ~et'n a purple cow And lIen'r hope 10 Set' one,

IIrllrd

Bllt Ul the purple milk we get 1'111 sure that th..re 11111_1 be one. ~~~

"It's the Wit) DUC!l hold.. hill\~lf whell he .IaiKh thin makes him so IWllu!ar." "No; iI's the W:I)' he holds the: girt" ~~~

IT'S 0\ RE.\!. TRF..路\T Et.....,iallr ,f ,,'. 0... in: cr........ TMr..... CffaOBy d ..h,ht aboll' fl'IIr VfO'hx1 "'h",b I~ ..,"...,...1 "....n ,n cOO<! in: "r......... a"d Oil' Anon Irc ..,....,p'i<>n.1 for pllnty and q... lny.

Moscow Creamery ~10SCOW.

1ll,\nO

"The)' tell l11e old AI cl'nainl)' calliI:' thron~h \\'llh Ihe goods on his sea trip Ihi~ SU111ml,'r." "YOII ..aid it. Tht old boy sure showed "hal W'h in Ilim" ~~~

Fir:'1 Life GU3rd-"lsn'l Gract Shay's 51\ imming 禄ui! modtst ?" Second Lift Guard-"l\Iodtst? How do fOil get Ihal I\'a)'?" First Life Guard-"It路, so shy and ~hrinkil1g."

ISltj


II[GEM or THE MOUNTAINS 111I Oriole Nest

Service

.1/1'0'/ yo",. jril'lIl/s Ilf'rf?

tlwl mea,1S

INSURANCE SATISFACTION

."

Lunches Picnic Supplies Soft Drinks Candy and Tobacco TO~I),I

Specialist:. in all lines of in"Urallo.:e l.."Overage

11

Veatch Realty Company

\', Prop.

MOS«lIll', Idaho

~Iabd-"Aren'l

If you are particular you go to the

Moscow Barber Shop C. L.

JAIN.

PHIlI',

)'011 afraid to smoke?"

:\larg;!rI'I-''I'111 onl)· afraid to lie c:lughl "Illoking." ~~~

"Which hal'c the Rrealest number of admirers, blondes or hrunettes?" ··.\"k Mirth. she's hctTl both," ~~~

"WomIN win he call~ his girl 'baby'?" "110: sal'S she kCCII< him Ull half the night." ~~~

Margarct-"Wouldn'l )'011 love to have ;1 talking madlinc in yOUT home?"

Lefly-"This is so s\uldcn," ~~~

"CHlling" Mr. U. of I. Slmlcm to <lOll at a

,oRi!:1 is a plucky girl,"

"How <.10 you know?" "Look ;11 hcr e)'cbro\\"s."

"DESSERT" HOTEL

~ 'I

II

l'.\ClnClIon:L d ··o~.",· .\Tl-\NTlC HOTEl.

~~~

Elmina-"l may be poor now, but when was foung I had me own carriage." Helcn-"Yep. and )'er maw pushed it.'·

...

LEVER 1I0T£L

\ ICTOIl: HOTEL

~~~

"When is Gussie thinking of gelling married ?" ..Conslam])·... (SIS]


IIIIG

[l\{

"Many Thanks" To ollr IlIrge 'IIImbl'r

of slIjdellt /,alrt/llsThe end of Ihe college )'ear is here. To graduates we bid farewell. wi~h­ inK }'OU all the 1>ucce~,,<,s in life thai dc,tin)' holds in Slor... To uudelll' rt'lllllling we bid }"OU a rordial \\ekcun.. aud Ilromi,e }'Oll en'u bener

KODAK WORK of a Superior Sort

"U\KI'RY SERVICE" RC'I)tttlull)',

We . .inla,. . . toalyld" Nldak Fini>hin~ II\"plT"''''''1 _llll .,,,~nJ in "balllc. f"l"OIDpl daily . r.. ~ .,th Try >en<lil1fl yuur work hI..... s""d fur ""'" """.......'.....1 .....il"'l .... ~"I.>s~.

."y

fin.....

Moscow Electric Bakery

KLING'S L£\\ISTOS, IllAIlO

~lako:r5

of "Moscow Maid Brt"ad"

Scoo1l-"WhO knows the mOSI, sir, )'OU

or I?" 1'10)'(1-"\"011 do, sir:' Scooll-"Aha, grease).. \\h)' do you S<1y that ?" 1'10)'d-"1 knOll you, sir, and ~-O\1 kno\1

me:' She (10C'~11'1 painl. She doesn't rouge.

She dOC~ll'l k;~s. She dOl-SU', llel. She's thirty-tight,

And single )'ct. ~~~

RrO~l1an-"lIow mally W:lr., S. had?" Tennie ).-"Fi\,I::'

The Kenworthy

She doe>n', smoke. She (loe~ll'l 1)I)o)7.~.

ha~

the L',

Brosllan-"E:nul1lcrau them." Tennie )-"Olle, 11'.'0. Illr<~\', iOllr, li,'e."

Moscow's Leading Theatre ,\ Playhollse of Refinemellt

~.~

Stan had written on the back of a theme: "Please write: lIlort' legibly." B1aine-"Prof., what is that ),OU put on Ill)' theme?" [1111

where the students may

spend their leisure hours.


'~M OfTHI: MOUNTAINS 1111 Good Meats

Samm's Furniture Store

QU.\LlTY-UcsI .\1\\':1.)'5 SER\"ICE-That Satisfies PRICE-.\Iways Right Complete' VariC'l)' of

Smoked

F",~h

COIllI>lete tine of I louse f:urnishings frOIll

and

Fi~h.

.\I"a)~

0\ ,ll'r, and Sc-a FlW,d, • RN't'in'd Dail}

.\ 10

Z

'i(,mCllll11K lie.... in

Period Furniture '"isit Ollr Exchange Dep.., nmcllt.

Inland Market

51'( Sumffl'S Brfort

&: Gooon~AI Phone 124

)'011

814:1

\Sllf.bOS

Idaho Students WI' make a

~p("ciah}'

CI1P' amI meJ:.ls for

of

crCSI~,

1'1"1'1')'

100'lng occasion.

CORi\ER FIRST .\:\'0 M.\IX

"Why don't the) lei Or, Wodsedalek U!oC .he Iibrllr~.. ?" "Bccau;.e Ihe)' caught him albeill-mimlcdlr CUlling the :Illptndix 0111 of a book lhe. olher da)':'

•••

Luke F,-"II;l\'e rou :111 ollcninu for a brij;(hl, t'.ne..~clic college graduale t' "Yes, and l!uu't slam it on the \\':1) om:'

•••

]. M. BOLDING Thir,1 Street Jeweler

The Art Craft

Pullr I'. ill l)r;u,;tice leaching (;trler a lesson on snnw)-"A~ we w;tlk Ollt on a cold wimer dar :tnt! look around, \\'Ii:tt 110 we sec on el'ery hand?" Smart pupil-"Gloves."

•••

Engraving & Electrotype

Co. 1)"~iM"in.

.. n.

rOil

•••

Diet

('oloK "bl...

~leteoltl""

Sickle<rl"" W'$ I ~:l1lr.vinl Malrie...

),1,,1I;,'I1'h l'lal~ lllr.nl Plate..

get out of college?"

Jodie--";\u old m;I11:'

EI«trOI)'p""

l"0l,,,,,r .",1 Zinc II.Hu",... Zinc Etch;"., Zinc and Utu. ~:n1'-

Van-"\Vh;ll do you CJ(IX'ct to he when

BrO~l1an-"l\Ii"~

Cliles, "here WIIS lhe Declaration of ll1dcl~ndel1ce ~iglletl?" Gatc~''''\t .he bottom of the page:'

•••

1010 FIRST A\'E.

First Flea-"Ikt-n on a vacation 1" Second flca-"NojK', on a tramp."

SEATTI.E. WASHINGTON

(SUI


UIIGf1\{ Of THE MOUNTAINS II ~I

........ roll c. ,.,UTO". , _ . " (4l.!I"0."'4. II_.AU> D./OtI_., 1lCIIrncT. CLUe .....,,.,...,. E</cm...1<T '''ST LI.£D n TMI!. ..,..,,.K 'AJ.UIUA nll '''o CONrAn

piping specialties used in industrial installations, has ~ome the mark of uniform and dependable quality.

The world-wide USC ofCranc products undervar)'ing conditions forupwardsof sixty-eight years,is an indication of the universal acceptance and appro\'21 of Crane standards of deSIgn and quality.

This prestige extends to Crane sanitation and healing lixtUT('S forthe home. Meeting the needs of smallerdwdlings, Crane c1luipmcnt also satisfies the exacting requirements of great lown and country houses, huge apartmenl buildings and luxurious hotels and clubs.

Since t855,Crane engineers and designers have labored 10 promote Ihe progress of the various industries and artS which Crane products serve. The Crane name on valves, fittings and

CRANE IOENU4L O"IC($, C""NE IUILDIN<o, UI S,II1CNlC04N "VE.• CHICU'O C.... NE LUIiTED, UI BUVER NUL SQU""E. fIl0NTRUL., DUlIEC '.~a<... -.4 '~I.. 01'" la 0... Hul·.J au , •• CI"., II~''''.I ".1", 11_" C.......... tol. . T•• l. el" .. 1 ...~. '.~ ..,... 11"•• 1" elM...... i C.u"4a"'~ ~a.J. 'f"......

",u..,1t

'.'1(""" ....

c......

lC<POaT C

PO

no.:

on..... ........L

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· TI EMOUNTAI~S II ~i YOUR VISIT TO BOISE Will Be Made More Pleasant by Stopping .\T

THE OWYHEE C. F..MANX. Manager

\V,\NTE..n: A FUS':<H:I.

Cash Grocery W. C. LANGRQIJ;&

"Darlillg. Illy 101'(' for )'ou is KTC:ltl:T than tho: world! L.1rgcr than Moscow .\Ioumain. Willer thim Paradise Creek. LeI me pour it irHO l'onT car !"

MOSCOW, IDAIIO

~~~

11'(' solicit U";1'crs;/y frOlic

Dr. Trom:mhauS<'T (a~ ?1i1dred McXichol~ C11Icrs)-"Xow here is :In intcrc~ling lillie form."

"HOM

I~ Ol~

•••

GOOD E.\TS"

OC:~;,\Nl( SCOO~

T~l)'lor-"That

ocean lmer.'

"SAY IT WITH FLOWERS!" \VhatCI'cr the (K:casion flow('r~ are a.Jways waptr alld mOl'l acceillabl('

Lefty Marineau-"Ilow's Ih:I!?" Scoop-"juSt a little lUg will gel her slarted:' PerC)'-"So )'00 wcar rOUT ij:IOVU all the lime 10 keel) )'our hands soft?" Or\'clla-"Y('~,"

gifts. /l"r GrOtl'

Ollr Ou'"

girl is like an

Perq'-",\nd do )OU on?"

~Ieep

wilh your

h;i11

.~.

317 North :\Iain 51.

"Plea~ give a poor Mind "\Vh~', )'011 un n~ Qut or

Roselawn Green House

man a dime."

one ere,"

"'Vell, Ihen give me a nickel." 1317]


Vct Joncs-"[)O the)' WC:lr those horrible <hon tr:ltk pants nght (lut ;n thc op-en ?" MtCrea-";.1o, the)' wcar them 011\ in the ~e:lt," ~~~

"Yes, Cogall, ,L1W:lyS spread the ncwsP:l~r ;n front of {Ill' tin'placc s.o if any sparks coml' out the)' won't gel on thc Co... rpCI. ~~~

E\'OJ,U1'[O:\,

Ger"ld;nc-"Da)' b)' llay aud in CI'CQ' lI'av 1 grow fair-rar ;mel f:lir-r;lr." theda-"Dar h)" d:l" and in Cl'cr,. war I grow barer an(l lmrer:' ~~~

"M) Iwarl is in the fletan," cried the lION. "\'OU\'('

gal me !teal." s:lill the scasick friend as he IC<Jned over lhe rail. ~~~

She-"Thc only men I kiss are my hrothers," J-1e-"What fraternity (10 you belong to?"

Your friends call btl)' anything cxcept

Your Photograph

t

Pi/iuy S,WI"/II.r I/wl SYIII/'li/)[ll-:(n~lI

:-.\I'E!', llESKS

UFFH,E Ol'TI'JTTEI(S

Steiner's Studio

SPOKANE OFFICE SUPPLY CO. ~:n:1<\"Tlrr~(;

Oldesf ('Sfubfi,thrd Sflll/iu ill .Ilosl'Q'-(/

l'O[{ TilE m,'FICÂŁ

SlloOk;llIl', \\'u. :\lain 2<165 :\. 121 Jlo\\anl 51.

I 'honc I!! 1

l318j


THIMo THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF IDAHO nOISE, 11).\110

1:.rlabJisJ/t'd J867 C.'I'ITi\l. STOCK

$:JOo.oj)O.no

Sl'lI:l'l.tlS

$;iOU.OOO.flO

C"IU\\FOIW \If)OIH' j W Cl"XNIX{OII\\l R "'MOSI) ~IO(lHI': W l~ 1l~:"'H

W.\I.TH/. F

n.

I'TC'~tenl

\ "'.. 1'.,..i<1..",

Cashin

.\ t. ("..b~r \ ..,. ('".tIl;..r

ll_\X~ÂŁS

, ..... Cullo..

II. WIl.LI.\)!"

GF.O.

s,

Il\HTU:TT

\OOilo.

1Ie--":\Ia) I the\'o' )OUr gum?" She--"l'PIK"r or lo"t>.r' ~~~

L.'TE...T 501'(; lilT

")ohnny, G<-llhe Monkey' Wrench. Palla'~ .\Cling Like a XU!." ~~~

Pacific Electrotype Company

J II,::\,

FHlllT TIt,\t;EIW

"1);,\ b.111(' )1 kc on lll<':' !'aid the Swede as he spilled thl' l'lHl: on hi~ shirt front. ~~~

R,vI'IIEIl. SooT\'

Thy

1i,)~ ;1.(' a~h('n

My lips

lITe

A~h('s

Electrotypes Stereotypes Nicklctypcs (;2'7 First .\vellue Seattle. \\"a:-hinglon

with p.lssioll.

ashell with passion: 10 ashes. ~~~

R~:'\LlSTIC "Thcr("~ '\OInflhing ill that 100:' Solid the burglar as he stllek hi~ hand into the cuspidor. ~~~

L\w SUWflt.:\1 \K~':'<; GOOf) Wilki"OIl-"\\'fKore "as milking the ('Ow?" Pri$f)ncr-'" lillie' llack sir:' (11'1

the

(>r

'\".\IS pri~oncr

the center,


CULBERTSON'S Sporting Goods Department Offers spedal service and \'alues to the students of the L"nivcrsity of Idaho on Sporting Goods. .\ hIli line of Rawlings .\thIClic Goods and \'"right & Ditson Tellnis Coods is featured. .\ny order for athletic C<lui!lment IIt.'edcd will he gi\cn Ollf prompt allention.

TilE FAMOU!' i\lcGRE(;OR GOI.I' Cl.l'lIS .\RE .\I.Sll C.\RR[~;D 1:-< TillS DI~I'ART~1~:l\'T

Girl (in tear')

"'low Ware

10 the game drunk ?" Brult"-" '5 t'C:(ll)(lmical.

FOH TIlE

B1~ST

for

OTIC

.....

tkkel"

}"OU

~

10 come

IWO gamc!\

SI:(1 \1. ERROR

Home Made Candies '0"

"What do

think oi

111)

(bncing

":'ol}" d"ar. th,,}"'rc immcnlic:"

•••

:\~:C"l~\;

"lIow did

Ice Cream

}O\l

(}nmps ?"

)1l11

lik(' lhe pcr£l1I11C of mr

girrs hair?" "Why-I-l1ectar:'

•••

Lll;IlT:, ,\S'll Sll.\IX)\\'S R;I~tu_"J);l\

.....

baby of

}'ollr~

;1111 de per-

fect image of hi~ daddy:' Ra~ta-"II~

carbon cop),.

II~

am

r~g-Iar

I 'WI lUi-EM.\TIC\ L

MITTEN'S Excdknt Fountaill

"nah am.

"Goill' 10

lh~

varty r'

"Y~h:'

Scn-ic~

"G<lllna ~t:lJ' ~r?" "I ~Oll't l,;no.........hat kind of pll11ch they'll ha\·~.

rUG]


IMoUN AlNS

'I

I"

QUEEN CITY PRINTING COMPANY \\'IIIT~WR~:

&

\YIIIT.\liJIl£.

Pruprietors

Commercial Printing Prompt and Efficient Sen' ice 11:\ E. Third SI.

Phone 321; ~Iosco\\.

10.\110

HUSINE:'S l:-;sTlI\n' ~I~bd-"\\'ouldn'l rou j\l~t Illn: It)

, II rour hOIlCrlllOOn in :111 :.iql];mt r' MOl)hdlc-"] ,h (Ill I II h0l'<' 11<)1!

go

•••

OBERG BROTHERS CO.

•••

:\1 EI{CI1.\Nl)[SE

"OU](lIl'\ 1lli~~ the Il1uneh for ;ll1)Ihing:'

r kno\\' :1 Jl;iddy girl. Who dr('~.. ('~ like a whi~ • •\l1d though her mind', ll'JI <1ft made (ll' The rCSI of her ~un' b. Carol;lI!" M,_"Whnl', tIll: hest tiling do for \\,:11<" in the kilN'?"

GENERAL

to

Povcy-"Wc:lr Jlllml)~."

\Vc are prepared in ever)' w:'y 10 ,>uPIII)' )'0\\ Illost ~ali,f;,cloril)' in

"Plcase?" "No."

CLOTHI:-:G ;l11fl DRY GOODS and GROCER I ES C"lIlt in and lei us pro\'e the

"Why?" "lkc:lusl'."

•••

•••

l\I('ril~

of our Merchandise

\T Tll~: TIIET\ I [OL'SE

Eric.

ha~her-"l)itl )011

ring the h<:l1.

)!;lr)'?"

M.

Dl1nl1-"~o,

[ was ju,t lolling it. I

thQught )"011 II'cre dt:ad," [Ull

THIRD ,\:\D

W.\SHI~GTO:\

~IOSCOW.

1l),\110


::NTAIN~~

II[UEMOfT AUIO Bus

Strictly i\Iodern

Mark Means Co. Seed Merchants

Hotel Moscow

...

T.

~1.

We carr) a complete lint of the 'li8ht~t QIl-1Iil)'

FIELD .\1'0 G.\RDEX SEEDS

WRIGHT, Prop.

S/,ui.JfidnU in

l\orthcrn Idaho TimCHh\' Dryl:md .\lfalfa . Clovers

Grill in Conn«tion European Plan

Gras~s ~IOSCO\\'.

Seed Corn

IDAIIO

Lc..-i~lon. Idaho

Bratton's Where Qlloli/\' Ulld Service

WARD PAINT CO.

Arr tlighl"': 111(1/1 Pricc

Groceries

MOSCOW, IDAHO

FAi'iCY A1\'O PLAIN

L\RGE ORDERS ,\NO S~l,\l.[.

\Ve ha\'c tmilt 0111' business on Qua]· it)· and sen-ice. If for any reason a patron is tlot satisfied we cheerfully rcplace the items or refund the mone)'. The faet that our business is Mt'lHlil)· growing pro\'es lhal 0111' basic idea of sen'ice is correct. PIIO~tE

YOlll' l'OOIllS t'('tinished Rnd TlHll!l' lin'nbll' for thC' (·otll'gl.' yC1I1'.

APpl'Ollr-i1l!(. linls nnd colo I' Sdll'lIIC'S 1'01' till' l:Oltl.'gl' studcnt's l11U11'lers,

186

P. S. We got 11Ii.r idea of un:irc ~('hill' unending aNT .4/,"a .\lalrr, Idalia. J. D. D,ll.is, U. I. '13

(ii"i' ,'ouI'sl,lf II ehllll('(' 10 stud:.' in' ph'Il!o>lIllt surroundings.

(1211


~::GEl\C." TII[~fOUNTAINS liB I'OKTLANI)

S~:.\TTLE

AReal Change

Geo. Russell Reed Co. R(~rUl'l"i"g

This season. for the first lime in many. there is a real change in sl)·le. You will Siaml' )'onr If a; mighty ullprog~"<i\'c unle"" lOll follow thc change.

Film'" H LEn;\' Co's UltILLIA:>T PIISTISC ISIo:5

l.oS \NC}:I.E:;

The f:'hrks :IrC:l~ ;nterhting :I." Slrle. Ihe tailor;",!: of courq: ;~ cxpen. our lailor< at FASHIOX PARK art' fC"IIOTI<iblc for that.

S.\S FK.\SCI5CO

Pride and Profit

R. C. Beach Company

Corner Drug and Jewelry Store Where Quality Counts

"L,...isIlJII's Grroltsl Sto!"r"

C. E. BO\\"LES. Prop.

Let us silo.....

J(l\l-Suit~

$40 and more.

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TITLE. COI'U:P OF COUK::f:

S~IELL OF TilE nl1LL CON Ry j. Stanton MCUaughlin Churarlrrs ill IIrr ordrr of their fll'/,rllrlllfrc KIOTY BILL.. Ilero of the Ar}C0I13UL....._..

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.Ahe Goff Jimmie Chapman 11/\51115 KNICKERSON, Dark, deadl)' \·illian_ _ . . Mal1d Carlin TRULY YOURS, Ileroi"e _ _ ·C.\SSl-:ROLE CAM ISOLK Dark. deadly \·;Hll]lire _ _ . .. Elmina Jones Scene laid in hen hou~e REAL ONE Kioty hlow~ i" on Speed-hall, i~ clad in ,,,aist·high riding boou and banda noes. Carries 2 45.c;lliher pistols. wilh belts and 2 cartons of Bull Durham, rolls cilfarette with one hand and shoolS Imndits wilh the other. Says in slow drawl (sltb-tltle): "We gOIl:\ h:.\'e more lratlition~:' Ilashis Knickerson, proprietor of Ihe hen house and caretaker of all the chickens. I:\kes tweh'e long drags from his Camel. l,'xhales and Sa)'S (suh.title): "Look at me. knee pants and hru)' lill, ain't t!l:lI keen?" (Suh-title): "Sure:' ~ays Kiol)", "I'll nmkl,' it :1 tradition." Both suck eggs until soused 10 the eyeballs, (Clll,) I~EAL TWO (/ Irtl~·/' /10/ liS )"./ hll'd tliis SUlle ddillill'i)') Truly Yours. d:ld in new traditions, etc., trips into Taplla Nil Kelt house, Spie~ C:ls~erol(' Camisole :tllll they do hatt[(' for the lo\'e of Kiot)", Tru[y' pulls out handfuls of Casserole's hair, making it look like- shingle bob. Casserole failllS, Truly' steps 011 her slOmaeh, does a dance of victor)", and mns Olll 01 lhe house, REEL THREE (/ lrm'r not as ycJ laid Ihis .f(r.. ~ ddi"ilrly) I-lashis KlIicker!;Oll rcalize~ the foil}' of hi. new lradition. stahs Kiol)' wilh a wet <ock. sha\'C's off his IU1Z)' lip and lellglhens his knickers. Ca".SCrole dies with broken adt'lloids and Trnl)- come back to normalcy', Sht' marries l-Ia.his Knickeuoll, Tht'y' rnO"e to Troy and Ih'e unhappily e"er after. (em_) M_•• _ _ •••••

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Butter-Krust BREAD ·,!t's :\Iade wilh )Iilk"

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f('.Il), InH~ )'I'U, Ihinki'l~ let."'

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Tlln .\1.1. 1<:-0\\ IT 5h('-"1)0 .mu believe.' in ililernalional ~1){Irh ?" 11(,-"SUfe.' cnouRh." Sh\'--"C,llll(' Oil ,hell, kf~ pia)':' t ~ "'-

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I'mf. nalt: I rnpllinp: \"igoMu.l) (,n the t1t<J.: l-"()rder. Illt:a~e.·' Quell taw;lkcmlllo: ,11\111<-111) }-"Howl (If .\fuJr (>n/)'

chili,"

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The Empire Bakery I'hol1(' 250

Third 51.

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Wilh hI';"')" feCI and dulled br.lin I tread

.he wcan" r();ld,

:\1) C)"t" roo cOal_ wilhin 111)' head. Damn '\leh :J life a~ keel)\ lOU lip till lhree

.\nd

roll_l_ )"UII

nut al 'even almost dead.

Cold Storage Market "[ he l>t,., ,'\,i<lcllce of the economy dealing here is the loy'ally over many ycar~ of hundreds of ller~on~ who mllst avoid all wa>lc, and mU~1 therefore SIl('lId wi~el~ alld carefully.

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Cold Storage Grocery

College Qirls I~t'!;ard this ~hop:l~ Fashion llcadquarter!i, for here they find the really new things long before t hey become ··popular."

29\ so, M\tX' STRU;T

.'\ full line of fre~h fruit alld \'('~e· F:mcr and ~laple groceries. If it's to cal we ha\'e it.

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Phones Ij alld 291

The Fashion Shop ;\IOSCQW


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Moscow Fire Brick and Clay Products Co.

FIRST TRUST &: SAVINGS BANK

:\IOSCO\\'. IIUJlO Manufaetllrer~

of hiJl:he~1 /(r.l.de Fire CIa)" Rtfraetories

\:ceau;;c it has the Resources. Organization and Business Connections that enable it to be of the utmost "Cfvirc to its cuStomers.

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I:act> Brick. Common Brick.

:\1 iIIed and Screened Fir" Cia}

.-1/1 ti,,,is of s't"(i,,1 Firl' Brirt shlJ/,u iliadI'

Resources $1,400,000

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:\IICKEY, 5芦\ and Treasurer

TO:\I IL\LL, President and :\Iallager

SUt"flt.\l:~:

OfficI:' Phone 11

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Phone 1111

Bro~n:lIl--"\\'hcl1

did ~ufTrag(' :lCIIl:lI1)'

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in Hawaii?"" Da'-c Kctchtll (reminhcel1t1r)-"Why. the ~irl~ at \\'aikiki h:l\'C' been ell,linK

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thdr ~tra" b;lllCI~ fM hlllHlrc(l~ of ll'ar~:'

City Transfer and Storage Company CARL 51\11Tl/, PrQprietor

SOItOIUT\, SIIJEI.I(:IITS

There .\RE tho,;e lllcn \\'ho ~eem to think the rh-in!l' room i~ lhc 10l'ing room.

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;\Ir. Mason-Look h('r('. you arc "';'\~tillJ: tOO lt1l1ch lill1e 011 lour 1>\'r~nllill nl'l'~'"r ;mec. uche-It's t1()( \\';\~tCI1. l\'c becll hcrc lInl.- 1\\,(, ~路cnrs and I\'c alre,Hly had IlrnIIOS"I~ from 路('\cry shdk 011 IlLc c;'\ml'lll".

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Fern-Sollwhody )"n kll(l\\, s.li\1 (inC IhinJls :\hUll! you 1111' olher Llay,

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:\1;trk-FlaucQ'. w:t.. Fcrn-~o,

OFFlCE, MASQ;>\IC BLDG. )IOSCOW, IDAlia

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Rita-I'm jll"l craty ah(lUI hirds, .\rl-\\'ell, I'm ...imply cllckoll ahollln yOll.

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IIIGL forTH拢. IOU. TTAINS II~ AT L''''IlI.E\' Ibu. DOIl-Tltis meal i~

Robert-How dl;lCs that CIgar salc"lIlan

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tough 111)" knife

ShOlrl)'-JIl~t :1 m;l1l1ll"

a",1 I'll gel rOil

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:ulOlhcr knif". ~~~

11E.\ilD .\T Tilt; PI Pm HOl,;SE

:\Iother GleOl..oI1-I'Il't lhal youn.. man gone )ct? \\'i~ I:rru.h-X'o. bill rvC' got him gO"-

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(Zd l)'? r.~'flrge-Oh. he jll~1 kno\\', Ihe Wlle"~~~

Sc.rn-Tell me, John. duC's bleaching the hair lead I(l sofleniug o( th" brain? John-So. darlini(, it"~ generally the sohening of the br.lin thai lead~ 10 blellchillg the h3ir. Iau)'- The man thai I marr)' must be hall(}"omc, il1tdligcm and alhl.... i('. TlIhh)'-Go~h. hl,>\\ luck)' )Oll lIIeI me.

Rah Rah__ I"'c a notion to prClpO$C' It> ) ...U.

Co-ed-PI",a,,, do. urd.

rill lQing for a rec-

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Rideuhaugh Hall

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Rah kah-Du )"u !Iirt' Co ,'d-Thal\ III) IlU_ille~~. kah loCah-)liut' wu. 1..t'1路~ form a partn,'r_hill.

Fr('~hman-Rilly ki~s...d

last night. :\Ii,s French-That was Did )'OU ~il 011 him for it.

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outrageous.

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Frc,hman-I did.

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1 dOI1't kilO\\,.

arolllid here

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The

Frosh-Hal'" you read "Freckles"? Co-c路d-:\o. thafs JUSt 111)' \"cil.

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that the moon rising O\'cr Ihere?

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l~h)'--Googl)-googl1-goo-g00. ~Iotht'r-\'es iudeed. dear, thaI's

The the libr.lr)',

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For thirty years we havc tricd to do bettcr work today than wc <lid ycstcrday and wc arc still ;1\ il. \Vc clcan nOI only ordinary laltndry. hnl also Pillows. Hugs, Fcather Beds, and ill faCI cvcrything !JIll your charactcr.

For more than thirty years the home of Good Clothes

Moscow Steam Laundry and Dry Cleaning Works

Creighton's

C. B. GREE!\'", Propriewr

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IIIIGEM Of TIlE MOUNTAINS III] FIRST NATIONAL BANK

The Parisian CLOAK AND SUIT HOUSE Where Ill, Cof/ege If'oll/ell Trade

STUDENT ACCOUNTS WELCOME J\JW<lYS the VCT)' latest strles :It a moM rC;lSOlJablc price

-'IOSCO\V. IDAHO I lome of the U. of l.

:\IOSCQ\\'.II):\I-IO

R. CARTER, :\lgr.

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BOLLINGER HOTEL LEI\ rSTO:-, 11>1\HO

Rooms $1.00 to $2.25 r:ir~l

Cafe best in city.

Lally (Hiler (who had reCCntly IIccn haptizcd)-\'<Jll ,1011'\ know me, do )'(}\!, Boull)' ? Small Boy (whose mother is 011\)Sure J do. YOll"n: the lady \\'ho \\'elll in ~wil11ll1il\!: with the 1l1il1i~t('r lasl SUI1']ay.

Lloyd

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giving COll1mand.

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rrhlOry SIUlI{'-Did you know thaI the~' usetl 10 tight ill Il<ljamas ill thc oldcn days? Sceond II isotry Stude-Impossible! First History S!1l(k~h S<l)'S right !wn\ "ami yt, good,;: King Arthur well! forthe irtt<> l>:Ilt1,;: with his TO)'alc knightic:...:·

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the I"lbe, ~Ir, Bangs? Il;lllg$-One of my pupils is practicing the scales. SllIdellt-Gec. she lIlUSt weigh .1 1011.

"00(1 n\1mbers take onc llace to the fe,tT")

-You're mId ;(ren', you? Timi!l Frosh-I W:lS cQllsitlcred so as child.

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Fir~1 Sludent-\\'hr were Dcall French a11\1 :\Jr. Williamson discussing the ""re...tlom of tht Seas"? Second StudelH~She \\'a' afraid he would think it me.un oll,;:_pie<:e !lathing mits,

.\'o brlll'r pl,,(r 1(/ slop thrill lire

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Engravers Illustrators Photographers

Special Attention Given to College Annuals

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SATISFACTION means a great dealIt stands for "quality in priming" and our customers are those in all lines who understand that a concern's printing represents it and establishes its character in the minds of its patrons or .Iprospects ...

LUMBERMEN'S PRINTING CO. .. 'The Shot) Thm Saflsfies"


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II[!j[M Of

TIff MOUNTAINS

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The Queen Citll T llpeseUing Co. UNOTljPE Composilion

for the Trade

Sea.ttle, Washington

Exclusive/v Q

Trade Shop

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r", \VonS~:Il\LE"'S 0.\$

WOIbtd:.kk-\Vho kno\\' when- the hOllleof lht $"':1110\\ i~?

Vic C:nnt'rOll-ill 'h"

~lomach,

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Jndl;<"-rm {:nillJo; 10 fmc yOll live (lollars fvr thl' ('hkkl'll~ n'\l h<ll'" ~1(l11·1l Ihe 1:.,\ 1\\'0 we(;k,.

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Ra,ln,-IIQ\\ 'II il I.., iF J l"IfS .1"11 "'1'..,n-liftr! Thal'lI 1):1) Illl 10 and including next 5011111"1110) ldgln. ~~~

You Ill{ ["':1(1)' Shnlllll'r-ll:wt' )011 ;II1Y ice

en'11m f(lrk,,? "U\lllj( ,\Ian Ckrk (fantiilU'ly)-),'o. hilI II .. h:lH' ,Ulll1.' 1,"mnt1a1I\' knh·cs.

Three ,Iudellh were walking along :. C(,lllUQ r001d. \\h,"" ,h,') mel an old lll:ll1 of patriachial Inokl. and. r... ding ill lht lIIood, ,!L'ddcd to han' :, hit .of fUll with

him. "Gol;ll morninJ,:, !";Lth<:r \hrah;l111." ~aid the fir,1 "Good lllorlliu!o:, Fatlwr I5<:L:lc," ,,;.id the ~e(:t}lLll. "Guill! morning, I'~thcr J:u:oll," ~aid th ... thin!. Tlu,' 0111 !!cllllem:tI1 I"uked the ~ludc1lts o\"er fQr:1 second aud thell said: "I :L11l llcither A1Jrah:l11l, loaac lLor )awh, !Jut I ,LUI S,LU1. ,;on uf Kish, I :1111 louking fur my father', a~'l". alld lldll.lltl I have fOll1ld them, tIll three:'

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Lueben Costuming Companlj Til L\TRIC'.\!••\Nn .\1.\5{!l.'ER.\flE (:OSTL'.\1 "g 7~r I~'~

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ENGRAVING COMPANY Engravers and Stationers

Scllool/""i/o/;olls ) fl'rdditlg .-' IIIIOIIIIUIIlC'lIls ";si/j"9 Curds .l/ollogrtJlI/s

Christmas Cards Sltctclli/lg and Duiy"j"9

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Especially arc we dcs;rUII<; of serving the stlldoltS :lnd their friends of the Cnin·r:.ity of Idaho.

318·19·20 Ilinckle) l\uilJillg SttonJ 31 Cohullbia SC.'311k, \\'a,hington

·'.Ilasoll·s ElIgra<:jllgs ,-Ire Correef'

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HE cover for this annual was created by

The David ). Molloy CO.

The weaker 'ex Is 1h:11 11ortiOll Of ,h{" hUll1;l1l race

18S7 N. W"..".n

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\\'ho Roe, ,10\\"11-IOWI. In 7.('rI' wC:l\lU:T

111 a half-111a't"lllacc wai,,! .\1111 pump,

Send {or Stlmplt.l

T() bu)" a muffler .\nd wool('11 5OCk~

For her l1u..b.1nd So he can (;0 to work. (Utl


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"Crippled" Fountain Pens

Seeds

tlCured" of All "Ailments"

Grow Friends

If ~-ou po~s~~~ a F(lU11Iain Pen Ihal is not in ""'orkinlo'; condition'" bring it to our "Pen f)oclnr~ and ;1 ... ill be fe-Iored 10 ih ronner wriling effidenq "hilc }'IlU wail. The "Doctor'" carric~ in ~Iock p:lrt~ for ;111 111;1.1.;0.'" of

'"iI CII.O\\I-:II.;-; .\1'11 \\'IlUU:'''_\LEVS 01-'

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HIGH QUALITY SEEDS

FUIlII/(lill Pen [},ort•• C,'lIlrr • lisle I'ell .. Do(/o,'"s" lIoNrs, 9 '1.1". to 6 1'/11.

Washburn-Wilson Seed Co. )lo~ow,

707-i'OO-711 S ... AGI"1! .\\r.. iOO-71Q-iI2 FIRST .\H_

Idaho

$1'0""':-:.:. \\'''<:11 .\horl'llllll Vi·iwr-I)o yuu h"!ll..:n If.

klltl\\ to whal !:Im;l) that plant llelong~? G:lnkllcr-I ha]lll<:t1 til 1<110" lhal it I)\;1"'11,:' 1(. 110 f:lInily. Tlii~ h L'ni,·cr.il} l)T<lIJoCny. ~Ir~. Smith-What i, lOur hll.liall(l'~ avcrage incume? :-'lrs. St11~lll<.- oh, ali0l11 midlliJ;hl.

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KaI11Ia-.\ girl has lillIe r....pe\:1 fill' a fellow who Irk" to kiss her. Theta-Yes. c.pcd<ll1y if he h,l~ II) do it.

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Sh'rrl us Ill(' .Ilrlll(lri/"S IIf "ldrrllO" Days

Brosn;Ill-\\'hy <Ire th... known a~ Ih(' d<lrk aKe~~ rro\"osl-Beellu~e

milhllc

ag('~

tllcre \\"c:re so many

knights

(]/Ocilite C\XDIES

rrof('~~(}r

11OC1 !o':et his I..ow"?

:\h:Laughlin-Wh('rc: did tht ill~llirati()n for "S\\eCl llnd

Bright Studt,IIt-:\lu.,t have 1,<:<:11 lit the

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rJIIG£MOfTH MOUNTAINS II ~i

"'I'll(" S/ulllll1rd

.1~\'(lnl 51,WII0'''

Uni\'"rsitk~ aml School~ dCI\1:m(l th..: hc~t­ wh~' SAXOXI\:X1T hilS heen ~dcctcd II)'

that's

tnOSt UQrthwc'\l'rn c.,lI.::g'" amI school" for their \ward SwciHers. The 'atnc high stm1l1ard of work1ll;m~hill and mined"l is ma;nlOlincd thrOUjo:hO\1\ the ("illiTe

lin", of S'lXOnklli! Bathing Suit", Sport Coat_. •\Ihlet!.: Knitll'I'M ,11111 Ladh.·'· Sport \V\:ar.

Saxony Knitting Company SEATTLE

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1924 Gem of the Mountains, Volume 22 - University of Idaho Yearbook