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CONTENTS 

BOOK I- - -UNIVERSITY 

BOOK 2 ACTIVITIES 

BOOK 5 ATHLETICS 

BOOK 4- •• ORGANIZATIONS 
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CAMPUS 



The old forked tree on the winding hill walk, 
the traditional promenade along Lovers' Lane, 
the sound of the old Y bell--all give that flavor 
of romance which makes our campus unforget- 
table. We delight in its green coolness in sum- 
mer, its frosty beauty in winter, and its moon- 
light enchantment in spring; and we cherish the 
rich traditions which are associated with it. 




MEBER J. GRANT LIBRARY 




BRIMHALL BUILDIN 




MAESER BUILDING 




EDUCATION BUILDING 




EDUCATION BUILDING 




PRESIDENT'S HOME 




ADMINISTRATION 



In wise jurisdiction over our campus are the ad- 
ministrative leaders, men and women in whom we 
place our confidence and trust because they have 
proved their ability and their desire to guide us. 
They have set for us a star of achievement and 
character to which we may hopefully hitch our 
wagon. 




President HEBER J. GRANT 



Such a man as President Grant we are proud 
to respect and admire and to claim as a leader. 
Nationally and locally prominent in religious and 
educational fields, for eighteen years he has held 
his high position as president of the church of 
which Brigham Young University is a part. 




DR. FRANKLIN L WEST 



To take the place oj John A. Widtsoe, Franklin 
L West was appointed this year as Church Com- 
missioner of Education. He has a broad under- 
standing of youth and its problems, as well as of 
the broader phases of education. We welcome 
him as a leader worthy to take his place in the 
administration of our university. 




President FRANKLIN S. HARRIS 



A brilliant mind, a love of scholarship and fair 
play, and an indefatigable zeal for the welfare of 
the university have made Franklin S. Harris loved 
and respected by all who know him. Under his 
capable leadership the "Y" has grown and devel- 
oped into an institution we all point to with 
pride and affection. 



PRESIDENT'S AIDES 




TREASURER 

In the Treasurer's office, which is the financial 
center for both school and student body funds, 
Treasurer Holt and his assistants, Carma Ballif 
and Barr Miller, keep the financial wheels of the 
institution running smoothly. 

SUPERINTENDENT OF BUILDINGS 

As custodian of the campus, B. T. Higgs con- 
tinues to hold sway among "his boy's", with his 
constant supervision of their work on the campus 
and his weekly inspirational talks. Me is ably 
assisted by Karl Miller. 



SECRETARY TO THE PRESIDENT 

The responsible position held by Kiefer Sauls 
involves not only the multiple duties of secre- 
tary to the president, but also the task of hand- 
ling all purchases of the institution and of the 
student body. 

REGISTRAR 

With a registration well over two thousand, Reg- 
istrar Hayes and his office staff are kept busy 
registering incoming students, issuing quarterly 
grades, preparing transcripts— and distributing lost 




B. T. HIGGS 



JOHN E. HAYES 





DEAN of WOMEN 



This is a milepost in the career of our foster 
mother, Dean Nettie Neff Smart. For ten years, 
Mrs. Smart has been adviser and sympathizer to 
nearly one thousand young girls each year. She 
has a great many duties and responsibilities in 
coping with the problems of so many people. 
But she enjoys the association of the girls, and 
they, in turn, feel that she exerts a real inspira- 
tional influence in their university life. 



NETTIE NEFF SMART 



COLLEGE of ARTS and SCIENCES 



Carl F. Eyring, Dean of the College of Arts 
and Sciences for the past eleven years, has gain- 
ed all the requisites of a most sincere and un- 
derstanding man. He is fully equipped with the 
personal power to help students in his college to 
gain a broad and liberal education that will be 
their guide as they establish themselves in our 
complex civilization. Through his interested ef- 
forts, the college offers courses which will lead 
to advanced opportunity for all students. 




CARL F. EYRING 



COLLEGE of EDUCATION 



Amos N. Merrill, Dean of the College of Educa- 
tion, is exemplar in his field of training teachers, 
supervisors, and executives of the school room. 
His administration of the department has helped 
to make it the most popular in the school. He 
endorses his instruction with a fine philosophy of 
life which fits education students to their profes- 
sion. Promotion of ideal educational conditions 
at the Y is one of the many interests of Dean 
Merrill. 




AMOS N. MERRILL 



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GRADUATE SCHOOL 




Asael C. Lambert, Dean of the Graduate School, 
has distinguished himself as a leader, instructor, 
and adviser of those learned students who have 
not, as yet, reached their goal through gradua- 
tion, but are going on to a higher degree. He 
instills in these students the spark of research 
and independent study which he himself possess- 
es. His encouragement and concern give these 
students greater things for which to work. The 
Graduate School is rapidly increasing under his 
magnetic influence. 



A. C. LAMBERT 



COLLEGE of FINE ARTS 

Dean Gerrit de Jong, Jr., of the College of 
Fine Arts, is fully appreciative of the relation of 
fine arts to an abundant life. His greatest desire 
is to reveal opportunities to those students whose 
talents and inclinations have led them into this 
department. He gives really fundamental instruc- 
tion and lifts the students high through the cre- 
ative work he offers. An extensive background 
of study and travel enables him to give others 
much of the love of arts which he possesses. 



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GERRIT DE JONG, JR. 




COLLEGE of APPLIED SCIENCE 



Thomas L. Martin, Dean of the College of 
Applied Science, is essentially a friend to all 
students. Friendship and associations mean more 
to him than myriads of gold. He is instrumental 
in placing his students in important positions or 
schools of higher education because of his deep, 
sincere interest in their welfare. Next to his 
students, he loves his laboratories of research 
and new scientific discoveries. His pride in 
Brigham Young University is wholehearted. 



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HERALD R. CLARK 



COLLEGE of COMMERCE 



Dean Herald R. Clark, of the College of Com- 
merce, is that affable and humorous professor who 
is engaged in training students to cope with those 
ever-present financial difficulties. The courses in 
his department best fit the students for efficiency 
in office administration and analyzing business con- 
ditions and demands made in the industrial and 
financial world. Dean Clark's congenial attitude 
is an incentive for the commercial representatives 
of the school to stamp their names in industrial 
history. 



SUMMER SCHOOL 

Hugh M. Woodward, Dean of the Summer Ses- 
sion, has shown his remarkable ability and versatile 
character by his constant advancement, not only 
in educational positions, but in the personal es- 
teem of those who know him. This year he has 
gained new honor as President of the Utah Ed- 
ucation Association. Brilliant and forceful, he 
makes associates and strangers feel his worth. 
During a period of eleven years in which he has 
served as Dean of the Summer Session, his stu- 
dents have enjoyed his leadership and splendid 
instruction, both at Provo and Alpine. 




HUGH M. WOODWARD 




EXTENSION DIVISION 



New, spacious quarters in the Brimhall building 
raised the morale of the Extension staff last fall. 
They enabled a more efficient organization of the 
duties of the bureaus of Evening Classes, Home 
Study, Visual Instruction, and Lectures and En- 
tertainments. The News Bureau also centers in 
these offices. 

Another change came at mid-year when Dr. 
Lowry Nelson resigned as director and was suc- 
ceeded by Harrison R. Merrill, professor of jour- 
nalism. This appointment strengthens a natural 
union between the division of journalism and pub- 
licity activities, which have long been associated 
with the Extension Division. 



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FACULTY 



The men and women pictured on these pages 
have been carefully chosen to guide and direct 
the intellectual and spiritual life of the students 
who come to the "Y". They rank high in schol- 
arship -- representing two score universities and 
colleges in America and Europe--and high in the 
affection and esteem of the student body. 




ELMER MILLER, A. B. 
Professor or Economics 

JOSEPH SUDWEEKS, Ph. D. 

Associate Professor of 

Educational Administration 

A. REX JOHNSON, Ph. D. 
Professor of Marketing 



ELSIE C. CARROLL, M. S. 
Instructor in English 

MAY C. HAMMOND, B. S. 

Instructor in Elementary 

Training School 



BEULAH S. SWENSON, B. S. 
Instructor in Office Practice 



ANTONE NlSSON, B. S. 
Assistant in Zoology 

BERTRAND F. HARRISON, M. S. 
Assistant Professor of Botany 



KARL MILLER 
Assistant Superintendent of 
Buildings and Campus 



GLADYS KOTTER, B. S. 
Instructor in Elementary 
Training School 

Gladys Black, m. s. 

Instructor in English 



FLORA D. FISHER 

Instructor in Elementary 

Training School 



WAYNE B. HALES, Ph. D 
Associate Professor of 
Physics and Mathematics 

Clarence S. Boyle, m. s. 

Associate Professor of 

Accounting and Business 

Administration 

HARRISON R. MERRILL, M. S. 
Professor of Journalism 










Eldon Dennis, m. a. 

Assistant in Geology 

GEORGE H. HANSEN, Ph. D. 

Professor of Geology 

and Geography 

WILLIAM F. HANSON 
Assistant Professor of Music 



Rhea Johnson, b. s. 

Instructor in Home Economics 

GOLDEN L WOOLF, A. B. 

Instructor in Secondary Education; 

Principal of University High School 

PARLEY A. CHRISTENSEN, Ph. D. 
Professor of English 



ALONZO J. MORLEY, Ph. D. 
Professor of Speech 

VILATE ELLIOT, B. Pd. 
Professor of Home Economics 

GEORGIA MAESER, B. S. 

Instructor in Elementary 

Training School 



may Billings, b. s. 

Instructor in Home Economics 

T. EARL PARDOE, M. A. 
Professor of Speech 

EDWIN R. KIMBALL, M. S. 

Instructor in Physical 

Education and Athletics 



Bent f. Larson, m. a. 

Professor of Art 

RUSSEL SWENSON, Ph. D. 
Assistant Professor of 
Religious Education 

Alva johansen, m. s. 

Instructor in Chemistry 





JOHN WING, M. S. 
Assistant in Chemistry 

GUY C. WILSON, B. Pd. 
Professor of Religious Education 

ROBERT SAUER 
Associate Professor of Music 



LORIN C. P.RYNER, Ph. D. 
Assistant Professor of Chemistry 

CHARLES J. HART, M. A. 

Assistant Professor in Physical 

Education and Athletics 

HERMESE PETERSEN, B. S. 

Associate Professor of 

Elementary Education 



WILMA JEPPSON, M. S. 

Assistant Professor of 

Physical Education 

IDA S. DUSENBERRY, B. Pd. 
Assistant Professor of Psychology 

JOHN HALLIDAY, M. A. 
Instructor in Music 



LEROY J. ROBERTSON, M. A. 
Professor of Music 

ELBERT H. EASTMOND, B. Pd. 
Professor of Art 

STELLA RICH, B. S. 
Instructor in English 



J. J. KEELER 
Instructor in Organ and Piano 

WlLFORD D. LEE, A. B. 
instructor in English 

Edmund Richardson, a. b. 

Instructor in Spanish 










O. MEREDITH WILSON, A. B. 
Instructor in History 

J. M. JENSEN, M. A. 
Associate Professor of English 

JOHN C. SWENSON, M. A. 

Professor of Economics 

and Sociology 



EFFIE WARNICK, B. S. 
Professor of Home Economics 

GUSTAVE BU6GERT 
Instructor in Music 

Alice Reynolds, a. b. 

Professor of English Literature 



EDGAR M. JENSON, M. A. 
Assistant Professor of Educational 
Administration; Director of 
Training School 

VASCO M. TANNER, Ph. D. 
Professor of Zoology 
and Entomology 

HAROLD T CHRISTENSEN, B. S. 
Assistant in Sociology 



HELEN CANDLAND, A. B. 
Instructor in English 

M. WlLFORD POULSON, M. S. 
Professor of Psychology 

LOLA JENSEN 

Instructor in EJementary 

Training School 



Albert b. Reagan, Ph. d. 

Special Professor of Anthropology 

THOMAS L. BROADBENT, A. B. 
Instructor in German 

ED. M. ROWE, A. B. 
Associate Professor of English 





William H. boyle, m. a. 

Assistant Professor of 
Elementary Education 

JOSEPH K. NlCHOLES, M. A. 
Assistant Professor of Chemistry 



RHODA J. YOUNG, R. N., B. S. 
University Nurse 



JULINE SMITH, M. A. 
Assistant Librarian 



CARLTON CULMSEE, B. S. 

Instructor in Journalism; Secretary 

of Extension Division 

WlLCKEN FOX, B. S. 
Director of Visual Education 




Irene barlow, m. s. 

Instructor in Home Economics 

BARBARA M. ROSKELLY, B. S. 

Instructor in Elementary 

Training School 





MILTON MARSHALL, Ph. D. 
Professor of Physics 

WILLIAM H. SNELL, A. B. 

Assistant Professor of 

Mechanic Arts 




STUDENT ADMINISTRATION 



And these you have chosen to lead you--not in 
haughty splendor, nor yet in awful majesty, but 
with the judgment and easy friendliness for which 
they were selected to bear the student banners. 
The whole campus is their domain, but their de- 
cisions are made at the new student body of- 
fices in the Maeser Memorial. 




BETH PAXMAN 

Vice-president 



VIRGIL WEDGE 

President 



MARGRET BOYER 

Secretary 



STUDENT OFFICERS 



Here they are— Virge, Beth, and Margaret— the 
three wisest guys in a whole school of Y's guys. 
Commencing with the finest orientation program 
ever witnessed at the 8. Y. U. and continuing 
throughout the year to make new innovations and 
improvements, these three have maintained a stan- 
dard that has made 1935-36 the banner year in 
the history of the institution. It is our hope as 
they leave us, that the success they have attain- 
ed here will prove only an indication of the a- 
chievements that are to follow them throughout 
their lives. 




Front Row: Malcolm Johnson, Junior President; Beth Paxman, First Vice President; Ann Clayson, Second Vice 

President; Margret Boyer, Secretary; Virgil Wedge, President. 
Second Row: Glade Anderson, Sophomore President; Charles Fletcher, Freshman President; John Domina, Y News 

Editor; Shirl Swenson, Cheer Leader; Leland Priday, Banyan Editor; Cornelius Peterson, Senior President. 



STUDENT COUNCIL 



Along with consistent efforts to raise funds for 
the establishment of a stadium house, the student 
council has found time to oversee many important 
changes and additions to the university. Chief" 
among these has been the purchase of a tro- 
phy case in which to preserve the awards which 
B. Y. U. has received. This council has seen the 
introduction of a master of ceremonies into as- 
sembly programs. It also has been able to ex- 
tend to the student councils of other schools, 
true B. Y. U. hospitality as well as be entertain- 
ed upon the various other campi. 




NADINE TAYLOR PHYLLIS DIXON LAURA MERRILL DONA DASTRUP 

President Vice President Secretary Recreational Leader 

ASSOCIATED WOMEN STUDENTS 



A. W. S. Might easily mean Always Winning 
Something"--that something ranging from winning 
the hearts of Freshie girls to winning the prize 
for crowding the greatest number of activities into 
one year. Through the efforts of the Associated 
Women Students, every new girl in school has a 
'big sister"; entertainments have been provided 
for unaffiliated groups and commuters; the A.W.S. 
officers have attended a national convention; one 
or more splendid parties have been held each 
quarter; and a sizeable sum of money has been 
contributed to the establishment of a field house. 




ALBERT SWENSON LORNA WENTZ ANN CLAYSON ELAINE DeGRAFF WEBSTER DECKER 

Director 

PUBLIC SERVICE BUREAU 



Meet the least-publicised, hardest-working quintet 
in school! This year the Public Service Bureau 
has responded every day to an average of three 
or more telephone calls and has sent over 600 
students to present 185 programs in all parts of 
Utah and into Idaho and Wyoming. Under the 
able direction of Ann Clayson, with the assistance 
of Webb, Ab, Elaine, and Lorna, the bureau has 
proved to be an excellent advertisement for' the 
B.Y. U. as well as a splendid medium for display- 
ing some of the finest talent ever grouped in 
one institution. 




MAST£RSanp GRADUATES 



To those who realize that education has barely 
begun at the Commencement exercises; to those 
who desire to know, out o c the whole sphere 
cf human experience, much about one particular 
phase of endeavor; to those who have found in- 
finite joy in education because of its enrichment 
of the distinctly human power to think --We ex- 
tend congratulations. 








ELLIS GRAHAM, M. S. 

Fairview 

Title of Thesis: The Role of Alkali 

Lignins From Corn and Straw in the 

Preservation of Nitrogen in the Soil. 



JOHN McGUIRE, M. S. 



Botany 



WAYNE HARRIS, M. S. 
Partage 

Title of Thesis: Structural Interpre- 
tations in the Rock Canyon Area of 
the Central Wasatch Mountains. 



D. ELMER JOHNSON, M. A. 

Provo 

Title of Thesis: A Further Study 

of Utah Asilidae. 



GLENN KENNER, M. S. 

Manti 

Title of Thesis: Marketing of Utah 

Wool, Its History and Problems. 



DAVE M. MERRILL, M. S. 

Provo 

Title of Thesis: Objectives and 

Materials for a Course of Study 

in Art in the Public Schools. 



FRANKLIN S. HARRIS, Jr., M. A. 

Provo 

Title of Thesis: A Study of Positive 

Ionization. 



WALTER PITCHER, M. S 
Cardston, Canada 
Chemistry. 








U.LEN B. SORENSEN, M. A 
Spanish Fork 

Title of Thesis: A Comparative 
Study of the Arthurian Roman- 
ces of Chrestien De Troyes and 
the Corresponding Welsh Ver- 
sions. 




GOLDEN L WOOLF, M. A. 
Provo 

Title of Thesis: Statutory Pro- 
visions in the School Codes of 
the Forty-eight States Defining 
the Need for Transporting Pu- 
pils at Public Expense. 




JOHN HALLIDAY, M. S. 

Pleasant Grove 

Title of Thesis: A Comparative 

Study of the Joun Theory of 

Modulation and Others Extant 

Today. 



Other Candidates For Master's Degree: 



HELEN CANDLAND, M. S. 
HAROLD CHRISTENSEN, M. S. 
MAXINE HAMMOND, M. A. 
VEARL S. JOHNSON, M. S. 

DOYLE J. LIDDLE, M. S. 

VELMA MAE MERRILL, M. S. 

LEROY OAKS, M. S. 

BERTHA ROBERTS, M. A. 

JOHN W. SMITH, M. S. 

LAVERE WADLEY, M. S. 




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RALPH BRITSCH 
Manti 

MaRee Nelson 

Roosevelt 
W. RULON PAXMAN 
Prove 
JOSEPH C. FOY 
Panguitch 



Guy Callahan 

Provo 
REED HACKING 

Alberta, Canada 
VAUGHN LIVINGSTON 
Provo 
OWEN F. BURGENER 
Myton 



G. ELLIS DOTY 
Richmond 
VELMA MERRILL 

Mesa, Arizona 
HENRY NlCHOLES 
Provo 
ELDON S. REID 
St. George 



GUY HILLMAN 

Pleasant Grove 
C. EUGENE LARSEN 
Provo 
REX A. BlGLER 
Central, Arizona 

JOHN W. PAYNE 



Don Olsen 

Provo 

Howard Peterson 

Provo 
REX LARSEN 










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CORNELIUS PETERSON 

President 

LUANA MERCER BEULAH MILLET 

Vice-president Secretary and Treasurer 



StNIORS 



Arrayed in caps and gowns, looking far more 
sober and dignified than they really are, the class 
of '36 will march across the boards this spring 
to receive their sheepskins--symbcls of completed 
college life. They will carry with them, as they 
leave the "Y", memories of four glorious years. 
They will leave behind them, as the Senior Pro- 
ject, a sizeable contribution to the new Field 
House. 






LORNA WENTZ, A. B. 

Provo 

Major: Speech 

Minor: Physical Education 



WALTER G. HOGE, A. B. 
Blackfoot, Idaho 
Major: Zoology 
Minor: Chemistry 
Other Colleges: U. of Idahc 
U. of Utah 




GLADE COLTON, A. B. 
New York City, N. Y. 
Major: English 
Minor: History 

Other Colleges: U. of Utah; 
Columbia U. 



MARGARET THOMAS, B. S. 

Ogden 

Major: Education 

Minor: Office Practice 

Other Colleges: Weber College 




ANA JENSEN, B. S. 

Ephraim 

Major: Elementary Education 

Other Colleges: Snow College 



KENNETH L DUKE, A. B. 
Heber City 
Major: Zoology 
Minor: Chemistry 





ARLO RICHARDSON, A. B. 

Tucson, Arizona 

Major: Physics 

Minor: Chemistry 

Other Colleges: U. of Arizona 



MAURINE HARRIS, B. S. 
Boise, Idaho 
Major: Psychology 
Minor: Accounting and 
Business Administration 





WlLMA SALISBURY, B. S. 
Independence, Missouri 
Major: Clothing and Textiles 
Minor: Art 

Other Colleges: Kansas City 
College 




VERNON DAVIES, B. S. 



.anonville 



Major: Sociology 
Minor: History 





IONE CHRISTENSEN, B. S. 

Salem 

Major: Education 

Minor: Accounting and 

Business Administration 



TEUT BECKER, A. B. 
Bend, Oregon 
Major: Zoology 
Minor: Chemistry 




Owen f. bloomfield, b. s. 

Kirtland, New Mexico 
Major: Agronomy 
Minor: Mechanic Arts 



OPAL CHRISTENSEN, A. B. 
Redmond 
Major: Music 

Minor: Office Practice; Account- 
ing and Business Administration 
Other Colleges: Snow College 




MARY HELEN STERLING, B. S. 

Provo 

Major: Physical Education 

Minor: Dramatic Art 



RALPH W. BROWN, B. S. 
Grantsville 
Major: History 
Minor: Sociology 
Other Colleges: L D. S. 
College; U. of Utah 




W. VERL WHITING, B. S. 

Springville 

Major: Accounting and 

Business Administration 
Minor: Mathematics 



MELVA UDEAN JONES, A. B. 

Provo 

Major: Physical Education 

Minor: Dramatic Art 



GLENAVEVE DECKER, A. B. 
Snowflake, Arizona 
Major: English 
Minor: Education 



J. MILTON BECK, B. S. 

Payson 

Major: Educational Administration 

Minor: English 















Ellen 

Salina 
Major: 
Minor: 


SCORUP, A. B. 

Music 
English 












ELLEN BINNS, 
American Fork 
Major: Clothing 
Minor: English 


B. S. 

and Textiles 


Clifton boyack, a. b. 

Delta 

Major: Speech 

Minor: English 












ALMA DEVOE BRIMHALL, B. S. 






Provo 










Major: 
Minor: 


Economics 
Office Practice 


EDNA STARR, B. S. 
Sprirgville 

Major: Foods and Nutrition 
Minor: Clothing And Textiles; 
Household Administration 










RUTH 
Provo 
Major: 
Minor: 


CRANE, B. S. 

Elemetary Education 
English 


GRANT JOHANSEN, B. S 

Mt. Pleasant 

Major: History 

Minor: Economics 

Other Colleges: Snow Col 


ege 










EL ROY JONES, 


A. B. 






Provo 
Major: 
Minor: 
Other 


Educational Administration 

English 

Colleges: Dixie College 


IRENE 
Fredon 
Major: 
Minor: 


BROOKSBY, B. s. 
ia, Arizona 
English 
Household Administration 










NORMA PERKINS, B. S. 

Monticello 

Major: English 

Minor: Physical Education 












RAY McGUIRE, A. B. 






Provo 


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^ j. Reed crane, b. s. 

ii%Sj Riverton 
\Sl\ Major: Economics 
WB Minor: Marketing 


Major: English 
Minor: French 

BARBARA PERRETT, A 
Idaho Falls, Idaho 
Major: Music 


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Minor: Education 


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Ruby Ricks, b. s. 

Idaho Falls, Idaho 








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Major: History 
Minor: Sociology 




WlLMER W. TANNER, A. B. 

Provo 

Major: Zoology 

Minor: Chemistry 



MORRIS VANCE, B. S. 

Jerome, Idaho 

Major: Accounting and 

Business Administration 
Minor: Marketing 



JEAN DANVERS, B. S. 

Odgen 

Major: Secondary Education 

Minor: English 

Other Colleges: Weber College 



EVELYN PACE, B. S. 
Boneta 

Major: History 
Minor: English 



ERMEL J. MORTON, A. B. 
Mapleton 
Major: English 
Minor: German 




MARCELL W. BIRD, A. B. 
Provo 

Major: Music 
Minor: Sociology 






Eli k. Clayson, b. s. 

American Fork 

Major: Accounting and 

Business Administration 
Minor: Economics 



RUTH ROMER, B. S. 

Brigham City 

Major: Physical Education 

Minor: Education 

Other Colleges: Weber College 



FAY JEPPSON, B. S. 

Brigham City 

Major: Physical Education 

Minor: English 

Other Colleges: Weber College 





JENNINGS EVANS, B. S. 
Spanish Fork 
Major: Commerce 
Minor: Economics 




L EU6ENE PETERSON, B. S. 

Mt. Pleasant 

Major: English 

Minor: History 

Other Colleges: Snow College 




MAUDE REDD, A. B. 

Monticello 

Major: English 

Minor: Office Practice 





ALTHEA MARSDEN, B. S. 
Cardston, Canada 
Major: Foods and Nutrition 
Minor: Speech 




ELDRIDGE MAXWELL, B. S. 
Eagar, Arizona 
Major: Economics 
Minor: Education 




JUNIOR LUNDQUIST, A. B. 

Odgen 

Major: Music 

Minor: Sociology 

Other Colleges: Weber College 




DOROTHY JANSON, B. S. 

Provo 

Major: Accounting and 

Business Administration 
Minor: Economics 








HOWARD FEAST, B. S. 
Center, Colorado 
Major: Sociology 
Minor: Economics 



Glenna m. Stephens, b. s. 

Provo 

Major: Accounting 

Minor: Economics 




OMA LESUEUR, B. S. 
Mesa, Arizona 
Major: Physical Education 
Minor: Speech 



LAMOINE CHRISTIANSEN, B. S. 

Monroe 

Major: Economics 

Minor: History 




ILIFF JEFFERY, B. S. 

Delta 

Major: Sociology 

Minor: Economics 



EDNA ELLSWORTH, B. S. 
Louisville, Idaho 
Major: Foods and Nutrition 
Minor: Clothing 



BETH A. ROBERTS, A. B. 
Salt Lake City 
Major: History 
Minor: Biology 




JAMES R. CLARK, A. B. 
Grantsville 
Major: History 
Minor: Office Practice 
Other Colleges: L D. S. 
Business College 




ANTHONY WOOLF, A. B. 

Provo 

Major: Zoology 

Minor: Chemistry 



Virginia Kimball, b. s. 

Provo 

Major: Foods and Nutrition 
Minor: Clothing and House- 
hold Administration 





H. REESE ANDERSON, B. S. 

Mt. Pleasant 

Major: History 

Minor: English 

Other Colleges: Ephraim College 



ETHEL EYRING, A. B. 
Pima, Arizona 
Major: Physical Education 
Minor: Speech 



MARJORIE SEEGMILLER, B. S. 

Richfield 

Major: Economics 

Minor: History 



FRANK SHAW, A. B. 

Ogden 

Major: Music 

Minor: Education 

Other Colleges: U. of Utah 




WILLIAM C. ASHBY, A. B. 
American Fork 
Major: Chemistry 
Minor: Mathematics 



NORINE CHECKETTS, B. S. 
Bear River City 
Major: Physical Education 
Minor: English 




DARLENE OWENS, A. B. 

Provo 

Major: Economics 

Minor: Psychology 



Verdell Bishop, b. s. 

Delta 

Major: Accounting and 

Business Administration 
Minor: Economics 
Other Colleges: Snow College 




ROBERT HANSEN, B. S. 

Provo 

Major: Marketing 

Minor: English 



ELEANOR NlCHOLES, A. 

Provo 

Major: English 

Minor: German 

Other Colleges: Dixie College 






ANN CLAYSON, A. B. 
American Fork 
Major- Music 
Minor: English 



KAY HAMMOND, B. S. 

Provo 

Major: Accounting and 

Business Administration 
Minor: Economics 




Alma Cottam, a. b. 

St. George 

Major: Zoology 

Minor: Chemistry 

Other Colleges: Dixie College 



MAXINE HAMMOND, A. B. 

Ashton, Idaho 

Major: French 

Minor: German 

Other Colleges: Ricks College 




ELLEN JACKSON, A. B. 

Provo 

Major: Physical Education 

Minor: Speech 



N. DALE SCHOFIELD, A. B. 
Ogden 

Major: History 
Minor: German 




REED FAUTIN, B. S. 

Provo 

Major: Zoology 

Minor: Chemistry 



BEULAH MILLET, A. B. 
Mesa, Arizona 
Major: Speech 
Minor: English 




IDA HOFFMAN, B. S. 

Springville 

Major: Physical Education 

Minor: Accounting and 

Business Administration 



RAY COLTON, A. B. 

Vernal 

Major: History 

Minor: Political Science 

Other Colleges: U. of Utah 













BRYCE WADLEY, B. S. 
Pleasant Grove 
Major: Zoology 
Minor: Chemistry 



ROXEY ROMNEY, A. B. 

St. George 

Major: Speech 

Minor: Physical Education 

Other Colleges: Dixie College 



BARBARA HANSON, B. S. 
Rexburg, Idaho 
Major: Physical Education 
Minor: Speech 




HOWARD DIXON, A. 

Provo 

Major: Geology 

Minor: Chemistry 



BEN S. MARKHAM, B. S. 
Spanish Fork 
Major: Spanish 
Minor: Zoology 




ANNA LOU PETERSON, B. 

Houston, Texas 

Major: Physical Education 

Minor: English 

Other Colleges: U. S. A. C. 



JESSIE KAY MANGUM, B. S. 

Provo 

Major: Economics 

Minor: English 




JAMES A. STRON6, B. S. 

Springville 

Major: Accounting and 

Business Administration 
Minor: Geology 



CULLEN BARTON, B. S. 

Beaver 

Major: Economics 

Minor: Office Practice 




ROSE KIRKHAM, B. S. 
Salt Lake City 
Major: Physical Education 
Minor: Biology 
Other Colleges: College of 
Education, New York 













alpha robison, b. s. 

Baker, Nevada 

Major: Household Administration 

Minor: Foods and Nutrition 



REESE BUNNELL, B. S. 

Spring City, Utah 

Major: Sociology 

Minor: History 

Other Colleges: Snow College 




LEO J. BRADY, B. S. 
Manassa, Colorado 
Major: Chemistry 
Minor: Zoology 



MARGARET E. PETERSEN, A. B. 
Salt Lake City 
Major: Speech 
Minor: English 




MYRTLE SOWARDS, A. B. 

Provo 

Major: Foods and Nutrition 

Minor: Household Administration 



MERRILL CROFT, B. S. 

Provo 

Major: Physical Education 

Minor: Bacteriology 



WlLLARD C LOTT, A. B. 

Huntington 

Major: Horticulture 

Minor: Botany 




LUCILE HUNDLEY, B. S. 

Provo 

Major: Accounting and 

Business Administration 
Minor: Sociology 



BETH PAXMAN, A. B. 

Provo 

Major: Speech 

Minor: Phvsical Education 




SIDNEY E. LANG, A. B 

Santa Paula, California 

Major: Spanish 

Minor: Chemistry 

Other Colleges: Ventura Jr. 
College, Arizona State 
Teacher's College 




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FRED N. GILES, B. S. 

Provo 

Major: Horticulture 

Minor: Agronomy 



BETH RICHARDS, A. B. 
Montpelier, Idaho 
Major: French 
Minor: Spanish 



HERMESE BROADBENT, A. B. 

Ogden 

Major: Speech 

Minor: Physical Education 



RONDO LAW, B. S. 

Delta 

Major: Accounting and 

Business Administration 
Minor: Finance and Banking 
Other Colleges: Branch A. C. 



PHILIP KNI6HT, B. S. 

Provo 

Major: Accounting and 

Business Administration 
Minor: Economics 



rean McAllister, b. s. 

Spanish Fork 

Major: Foods and Nutrition 

Minor: Household Administration 



ALICEBETH WHITELEY, B. S. 
Oakley, Idaho 
Major: Education 
Minor: English 



REED COWAN, B. S. 

Payson 

Major: Accounting and 

Business Administration 
Minor: Economics 
Other Colleges: U. S. A. C. 



JAMES A. OTT, B. S. 
Henrieville 
Major: Education 
Minor: English 



MERENE REDD, 

Blanding 

Major: Foods and Nutrition 

Minor: Household Administration 









WlLMER BARNETT, B. S. 
Spanish Fork 
Major: Education 
Minor: Mathematics 
Other Colleges: U. of Southern 
California 




BOYD PA6E, B. S. 
Springville 
Major: Chemistry 
Minor: Physics 




AFTON KAY, B. S. 

Charleston 

Major: Clothing and Textiles 

Minor: Foods and Nutrition 



HELEN YOUNG, B. S. 
American Fork 
Major: Foods and Nutrition 
Minor: Clothing and Textiles; 
Household Administration 





FRED KARTCHNER, B. S. 

Provo 

Major: Chemistry 

Minor: Mathematics 



ELBERT MILLER, B. S. 

Provo 

Major: Accounting and 

Business Administration 
Minor: Economics 





RUBY K. STREET, B. S. 

Provo 

Major: Accounting and 

Business Administration 
Minor: Economics 



AFTON HANSEN, B. S. 
Bear River 

Major: Physical Education 
Minor: Speech 




JAY L NELSON, B. S. 
Brigham City 
Major: Business 
Minor: Speech 



JOHN W. PAYNE, A. B. 

Provo 

Major: Sociology 

Minor: Education 









Floyd McIntire, a. 8. 

Price 

Major: Chemistry 

Minor: Physics 



ROY HAMMOND, A. B. 

Provo 

Major: Zoology 

Minor: Chemistry 



BEATRICE BROWN, A. B. 

Ogden 

Major: Clothing and Textiles 

Minor: English 

Other Colleges: Weber College 



HELEN HARRIS, A. B. 

Provo 

Major: English 

Minor: Education 



DALE DESPAIN, B. S. 
Lovell, Wyoming 
Major: Landscape Architecture 
Minor: Geology 



Ralph jenson, a. b. 

Provo 

Major: History 

Minor: Latin 



PEARL JEFFERY, B. S. 

Delta 

Major: Education 

Minor: English 



FAYE GREER, B. S. 

Provo 

Major: Physical Education 

Minor: English 



THEODORE K. YOUN6, B. S. 

Provo 

Major: Accounting 

Minor: Marketing 



Clyde biddulph, a. b. 

Provo 

Major: Zoology 

Minor: German 






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WAYNE MclNTIRE, A. B. 

Price 

Major: German 

Minor: French 


HERBERT TAYLOR, A. 
Col. Juarez, Mexico 
Major: Geology 
Minor: Chemistry 


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JOSEPH MOFFETT, A. B 

Duncan, Arizona 

Major: History 

Minor: Political Science 


FARRIS EDGLEY, B. S. 
Pocatello, Idaho 
Major: Music 
Minor: English 

Other Colleges: U. of Idaho; 
U. of Idaho Southern Branch 






DON WILSON, A. B. 

Panguitch 

Major: English 

Minor: Political Science 


Paul S. Anderson, 


B. 


S. 


Emery 

Major: History 

Minor: Sociology 




LYNNE K. WOOD, A. B. 

Helper 

Major: Chemistry 

Minor: Mathematics 


FRANK WRIGHT, B. S. 

Midvale 

Major: Physical Education 

Minor: History 

Other Colleges: U. of Utah 






JESSE HOLT, A. B. 
Spanish Fork 
Major: Political Science 
Minor: Spanish 


OWEN ROWE, A. B. 






Provo 






Major: Sociology 






Minor: Economics 












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Eldon l. Reese, a. b. 

Bloomington, Idaho 
Major: Accounting and 

Business Administration 
Minor: Economics 



MILTON NELSON, A. B. 

Provo 

Major: Speech 

Minor: English 

Other Colleges: Louisiana State 




JOHN DOMINA, A. 
Aberdeen, Idaho 
Major: Spanish 
Minor: English 



DWAINE RlCHINS, A. B. 

Burley, Idaho 

Major: Accounting and 

Business Administration 
Minor: Art 




NELSON A. SNOW, B. S. 
St. George 
Major: Zoology 
Minor: Chemistry 



BILL REEDER, A. B. 

Ogden 

Major: Chemistry 

Minor: Mathematics 




FERRON LOSEE, B. S. 

Provo 

Major: Physical Education 

Minor: Secondary Education 



VIRGIL WEDGE, B. S. 
Caliente, Nevada 
Major: Accounting 
Minor: Political Science 




George m. Anderson, b. 

Moroni 

Major: History 
Minor: Education 



DALLIN S. NlELSON, A. B. 
Monroe 
Major: Music 
Minor: Education 







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Kenneth m. lewis, b. s. 

Provo 

Major: Chemistry 

Minor: English 



JAMES G. ANDERSON, A. B. 
Price 

Major: German 
Minor: Music 
Other Colleges: U. of 
Strasbourg, France 




JAMES McGUIRE, B. S. 

Provo 

Major: Physics 

Minor: Mathematics 



ESTELLE MORTENSEN, B. S. 
Manassa, Colorado 
Major: Foods and Nutrition 
Minor: Household Administration 
Other Colleges: Adams State 
Teacher's College 




LESLIE NORTON, B. S. 
Ogden 

Major: Physics 
Minor: Education 



GERALD J. ANDERSON, A. B. 
Price 

Major: German 
Minor: Music 
Other Colleges: U. of 
Strasbourg, France 




NEVA HANSON, B. S. 

Provo 

Major: Elementary Education 

Minor: Music 



VIRGINIA LORTZ, A. B. 
Idaho Falls, Idaho 
Major: English 
Minor: German 




J. GOLDEN TAYLOR, B. S. 
Spokane, Washington 
Major: Economics 
Minor: English 



WALTER BROOKS, B. S. 
St. George 

Major: Physical Education 
Minor: Political Science 
Other Colleges: Dixie College 








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BILL 0OODMAN, A. B. 

Provo 

Major: Speech 

Minor: English 



AARON BROWN, B. S. 
Salt Lake City 
Major: Accounting 
Minor: Economics 




NADINE L. TAYLOR, A. B. 

Provo 

Major: Speech 

Minor: Physical Education 



WOODROW MlCKELSEN, A. B. 

Draper 

Major: Accounting and 

Business Administration 
Minor: Finance and Banking 




GILBERT TOLHURST, A. B. 

Ogden 

Major: Speech 

Minor: Music 

Other Colleges: Weber College 



W. BLAKE CHRISTENSEN, A. B. 

Provo 

Major: Chemistry 

Minor: Bacteriology 




mary Black, b. s. 

Delta 

Major: Foods and Nutrition 

Minor: Sociology 

Other Colleges: U. S. A. C. 



MARK STAHMANN, A. B. 
Spanish Fork 
Major: Chemistry 
Minor: Physics 




THERON LAMBERT, B. S- 
Roosevelt 
Major: Physics 
Minor: Mathematics 



EVAN NELSON, B. S. 

Ferron 

Major: Art 

Minor: Speech 

Other Colleges: U. S. A. C. 










REX SUTHERLAND, A. B. 
Springville 
Major: Music 
Minor: English 


WALLACE GARDNER 

Spanish Fork 

Major: Accounting and 

Business Administration 
Minor: fcconomics 






DALE JONES, B. S. 

Provo 

Major: Accounting and 

Business Administration 
Minor: Art 


GLEN CHRISTENSEN, B. 
Salem 

Major: Education 
Minor: Accounting and 
Business Administratio 


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mary McGregor, a. b. 

St. George 

Major: Music 

Minor: Speech 

Other Colleges: Dixie College 


MARGRET BOYER, A. B. 

Provo 

Major: Speech 

Minor: Physical Education 






len Sterling, b. s. 

Spanish Fork 

Major: Accounting and 

Business Administration 
Minor: Econmics 


BERT FULLMER, B. S. 

Springville 

Major: Landscape Architecture 

Minor: Horticulture 




MAX MARQUARDSON, B. S. 

Elsinore 

Major: Accounting and 

Business Administration 
Minor: Economics 


A. E. BERKMAN, A. B. 
Heber City 
Major: Education 
Minor: Enalish 










WALTER A. JENSEN, A. B. 
Salt Lake City 
Major: Art 
Minor: Music 



GRIFFITH R. KIMBALL 

Draper 

Major: Physical Education 

Minor: English 





MlLO J. ADAMS, A. B. 
Spanish Fork 
Major: Music 
Minor: German 



RULON W. DOMAN, A. B. 
Idaho Falls, Idaho 
Major: Recreational Engineering 
Minor: Sociology 





FLORENCE JUDD, B. S. 

La Verkin 

Major: Physical Education 

Minor: Speech 

Other Colleges: Dixie College 




BERNICE HACKING, B. S. 
Cedar Valley 

Major: Physical Education 
Minor: English 




WENDELL OHLWILER, B. S. 
Heber City 
Major: Mechanic Arts 
Minor: Mathematics 




FOSTER EVANS, B. S. 

Salt Lake City 

Major: Physics 

Minor: Mathematics 

Other Colleges: U. of Utah 



JAMES HOUSTON, A. B. 
Lovell, Wyoming 
Major: German 
Minor: Political Science 





ELTON FISHER, B. S. 

Kings City, California 

Major: Chemistry 

Minor: Mathematics 

Other: Colleges: Ventura Jr. 
College; Arizona State 
Teacher's College 




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MERVIN H. PETERSON, A. B. 

Payson 

Major: Zoology 

Minor: Botany 



TOM H. EASTMOND, B. S. 

Provo 

Major: Mathematics 

Minor: Chemistry 




W. DOU6LAS MERRILL, B. S. 

Clifton, Idaho 

Major: Education 

Minor: Physical Education 



CHARLES J. THORNE, A. B. 

Pleasant Grove 

Major: Mathematics 

Minor: Secondary Education 




EDNAL SHANKS, B. S. 

Wells, Nevada 

Major: Elementary Education 

Minor: English 

Other Colleges: Weber College 



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LAURA H. MERRILL, B. S. 
Salt Lake City 
Major: Secondary Education 
Minor: Clothing and Textiles 
Other Colleges: U. of Utah 




JACK R. GlBB, A. B. 
Portland, Oregon 
Major: Psychology 
Minor: History 



ELMO NELSON, B. S. 

Roosevelt 

Major: Accounting and 

Business Administration 
Minor: Finance and Banking 




ROSS WEBB, B. S. 
Castle Gate 
Major: Economics 
Minor: Marketing 



GLENN MORRIL, B. S. 

Tridell 

Major: Geology 

Minor: Mathematics 









CORNELIUS R. PETERSON, B. S. 

Ephraim 

Major: Accounting 

Minor: Economics 

Other Colleges: Snow College 



LYNN C. MARKHAM, B. S. 
Spanish Fork 
Major: Chemistry 
Minor: Music 



OTTO DONE, A. B. 

Tucson, Arizona 

Major: Sociology 

Minor: Religious Education 



ELDON C. HARRIS 
Payson 



LORIS STEWART, B. S. 

Provo 

Major: Elementary Education 

Minor: Music 



HAZEL ANDERSON, A. B. 

Springville 

Major: Physical Education 

Minor: Speech 



FRANK VANWAGENEN, A. B. 
GlLMAN JENSEN, B. S. Provo 

Richfield Major: Accounting 

Major: Accounting and Minor: Economics 

Business Administration 
Minor: English 



OR6ILL E. AYLETT, B. S. 

Riverton 

Major: Accounting and 
NED ARMSTRONG, B. S. Business Administration 

Ephraim Minor: Economics 

Major: Education 
Minor: English 
Other Colleges: Snow College 



REECE E. FAUCETTE, B. S. 
Sanford, Colorado 
Major: Journalism 
Minor: Office Practice 









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MALCOLM JOHNSON 
President 



HUITAU ALLRED CAROL BENNETT 

Vice-president Secretary and Treasurer 



JUNIORS 



Importing palmetto leaves and Spanish moss, the 
Class of '37, treated the B. Y. U. student body 
to a delightful "Evening in the old South" at 
their annual promenade. Transferring their activi- 
ty, then, from the sublime to the ridiculous, the 
men of this class showed the Seniors that credit 
hours had little to do with whisker-raising by 
producing moustaches rivalled only by those of 
Buffalo Bill, himself. The Juniors qualified them- 
selves to act as next year's leaders of Brigham 
Young University. 




Lena Crosby 
Joseph Clayson 

Louise Smith 

Maxine Folster 

Sam C. Dase 
Betty Linn 
Harvey Wilson 

Howard Keith 

Marion A. Arnold 
Ralph Dixon 

Orpha Soffe 

Ruth Merrill 

Cannon Jensen 

Clarcia Ashcroft 
Vaughan Holt 
Oscar Soderquist 

Marjorie Wagers 

Robert Cooper 
Bernece Johnson 

Lois Peterson 

Kenneth Bringhurst 
Minnie Hardman 
Fred Page 

Smith Adair 







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Durwood Butler 




Helen Johnson 




Vernon Ball 




Alice Briggs 


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nnifred Walker 




Arthur Morgan 




Wanda Steele 




Lamont Heslop 




Marlowe Wootton 
Cleo McCracken 
Herbert Larsen 
Mozelle Houtz 

Lyle Holdaway 

Fay Walker 
Dorothy Harmer 

Vern Waldo 

Vance Batty 

Donna McCoard 
John Freckleton 
Geraldine Eggertsen 

Lorraine Bowman 
Jim Benton 
Marguerite Ennis 
Martin C. Ririe 




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Avard Rigby 

Winnifred McDonald 
Bennie Schmiett 
Virginia Teerlink 

Ruby Willardsen 

Cecil J. Bullock 
Jean Smith 
Wilford Weight 

Guy Percival 

Esther Huff 
Arvid D. Larson 

Leola Green 

Isabelle Dillman 
Elmer Griffith 

Virginia Burr 
Dean E. Olsen 

Raymond Farnsworth 
Hortense Morby 
Arthur Christensen 
Hazel Glover 

Eva Madsen 

Lincoln Gardner 
Theresa Hansen 

Paul Nicholes 






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Norval Carter 
Ben Bagley 
Virga Bartholomew 
Gordon LeSueur 

Helen Janssen 

Maza Christensen 
Leonard Watson 
Clara Blackburn 

Mulford Aycock 

William Gulbrandson 
Vera N. Wagstaff 
Gene Clark 

Louie Jean Miner 
Eleanor Jenson 
John Murdock 
Catherine Bowles 

Woodrow Wilson 
Melvin Kavachevich 
Florence Pierce 
Arthur Sundwall 

LaRue Rowley 
Virginia Heninger 
Paul Hunt 
Mary Hopkins 




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Gladys Manwaring 
Max Jones 

Eunice Brough 
Rhea Stolworthy 

Ralph Monk 

Iris Dawn Wright 
Jay Schofield 
William Forsyth 

Melba Brower 

P. Vincent Redd 
Nedra Simpkins 

Anita Smoot 

Vincent Newcomer 
Fay White 

Francis Bahr 

Bill Hayward 

Elaine Richards 

M. Verdell Rigby 
Carma Wilson 

Glenna Wood 

James L. McDougal 
Dona Nelson 
Blaine Hart 
Royden Braithwaite 






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Marlow Turpin 
Burton Hunt 

Glendale Larson 

Udell Jolley 



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Marie Kendall 




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Jason Wall 




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Glenn Johnson 


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Leo E. Hacking 






Vernis Richards 




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Everett Jorgenson 




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Marguerite Sundberg 
Max Benson 

George W. Irwin 

Moroni Marchant 
Paul Christenson 
Ariel Davis 

Afton Hodson 

Henry Woolley 
Gladys Sorensen 

Joseph Winder 








Melvin Ashby 
Eda Ashby 
Eugene Blackham 

Tess Packard 

lla Schow 

Calvin Swenson 
Nola Comer 

Merrill J. Reese 

Lee Stokes 

Mary Helen Hacking 
Roscoe Nelson 

Afton Judd 

Marguerite Gardner 
LaRelle Nelson 
Ida Holt 
Merrill Passey 

Chester May 
Lalovi Fish 

Harvey Moore 

Blanche Lublin 

Oleah Rockwood 
Donald Mortensen 
Dorothy Griffith 
William A. DeHart 





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Darroll Young 
Ellen Walker 
Albert Freestone 

Celia Larsen 

Reva Jackson 

Herman Rowley 

Martha Ashby 

Max Duffin 

William Howe 
June Martineau 

Warren Kirk 

Lorna Hull 

Katherine Davis 

Le Roy Smith 
Lucile Pyne 
Delmar Kenner 

Henry Jensen 

Rosella Wright 
Winston Fillmore 

Evelyn Young 

Mildred Young 
Roy Hudson 

Ruth Rasmussen 

Victor Freestone 



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Lois Haws 

Jess A\onson 

Katherine Smith 
Florence Todd 

Leland Priday 
Mattie Taylor 

Lowell Yancey 

LaVerl Hall 

Elaine De Graff 

Edsel Petersen 
Ruth Dixon 
Frances Seaton 

LaVerl Christensen 
Irma Stowell 

Ezra Clark 
Golden Ward 

Margaret Tholen 
Boyd Christensen 
Yvonne Henderson 

Huitau Allred 

Neil Mc Knight 

Wanda Johnson 
George Warnick 

Rex Thomas 



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Richard Clark 
Don Tippets 

Rachel Johnson 

Charles Warnick 

Milton Jacob 

Erma Warnick 
Gilbert Chatwin 
Fern Christensen 

Jack Eastmond 

Joe Wendel 
Floral Lemon 
Albert Swenson 

Shirl Swenson 

Jean Summers 

John Verney 
Reva Vickers 

Mac Johnson 

Elmer Crowley 

La Rue Ericksen 

Marvin Olsen 

Clifford Young Jr. 
Edith Rowley 
Elmo Poulson 

Ada Stevens 




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Nile Taylor 

Jack Woodward 

Keith Hatch 

Jack Owen 

Harold Smith 

Vera Bagley 

Gilbert Meldrum 

Ralph Alder 

Verl Meyrick 

Ireta Eagar 
Webster Decker 

Rawlin Roper 

Leland Brooks 

Merline Gardner 
Levi Kitchen 

Francis Rowe 

Tom Peterson 
Lila Menzies 

Paul Murphy 

Marvin Allen 

Willard Call 
David Sabin 

Harold Mc Bride 
Bentley Merrill 




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Jay Oldroyd 
Bert Asay 

Reed Bradford 
Merlin Christensen 

Marion Bean 
Eva Poulsen 

Roberta Bird 

Laura Banner 

Harold Laycock 
Bruce Ellis 

Ralph Dabb 
Floyd Breinholt 

Darrel Millner 
Ned Dickson 

Ray L. Reid 

R. D. Cloward 

Melda Hacking 
Afton Daires 
Jennie Swendsen 
Nanieve Callahan 

Vern Moncur 
Glen Borg 

Barret Chadwick 

Dee Judd 




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Elgin Oliphant 



Reid Gardner 



Stanford Steele 



Melvin Roberts 



Le Roi Jones 



Nathan Hale 



Herbert Breinholt 



Clair Pickup 





GLADE ANDERSON 
President 

MAURINE MURDOCK ALICE TODD 
Secretary and Treasurer Vice-president 



SOPUOMOBtS 



Sophomore class proceeded to hold their Loan 
Fund Ball on Friday, December 13th— and curious- 
ly enough made a splendid success of it! Ap- 
parently using this as a standard, the class con- 
tinued to flaunt custom and tradition by proving 
(especially to erring Frosh) that they could be 
as dignified and severe as Seniors and at the 
same time be one of the liveliest, most active 
classes on the campus. 



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Elma Anderson 
Don Fitzgerald 
June Bateman 
Vern Hales 
Dorothea Spear 



Dean Holden 
Carrie Peterson 
Jay A. Olson 
Avis Thompson 
Keith Stevenson 



Jewell Brain 
Carlos Taylor 
Irene Mitchell 
Eldon Hart 
Donna Tolboe 



Wayne Hacking 
Hattie Cranney 
Max White 
Lois Thornton 
Nolan Oswald 




Maurine Murdock 
George W. Killian 
Josie Todd 
Carlyle Lambert 
Margaret Dudley 



Allan Johnson 
Mary Foy 
Paul Creer 
Phyllis Daniels 
Drews Risk 




George Strebel 
Maurine Hacking 
Frank Hess 
Anna Hardman 
Doyle Cranney 



Lola Hacking 
Ray Hassinger 
Beulah Carlston 
Lowell Crandall 
Audrey Rasmussen 




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Boyce Clark 
LaPreal Winterton 
Max Tuft 
Viola Evans 



Arden Westman 
Margaret Crowther 
Jean Fugal 
Eloise Welch 
Roy Nickerson 



Boneta LeBeau 
Lyman Davies 
Fulvia Call 
Kennebh Aycock 
Afton Clegg 



Bruce Huish 
Norma Jackson 
Gordon Snow 
Marise Rockwood 

Royal Hunter 



Ruth Paxman 
Dean Taylor 
Arma Laye 
Wilson Sorensen 
Iris Manwaring 




Don Ear 
Charlotte Nelson 
George Crawford 
Carol Remund 
Scott Benson 



Evan Gardner 
June Yardley 
Harold Balls 
Roslyn Eddington 
Ronald Pulham 



Dorothy Brough 
Darley J. Allen 
Ruth Wall 
Reed Walsh 
Gwen Morrill 



Grant Holt 

Metta Crawford 
Meldon Warner 
Clara Mortensen 
LaFayette Terry 



Lola Despain 
Roy Boyer 
Rilla Jacobson 
Forest Jennings 

Clara White 



Verne Olsen 
Lillieth Van Dam 
Glen Hobson 
Viola Sears 
Jack Anderson 














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Darrel Soffe 
Beth Stout 
Ariel Sharp 
Pearl Youkstetter 
Errol G. Brown 



Pearl Glissmeyer 
Walter Henderson 
Afton Tucker 
Russel Westover 
Elcee Law 



Keith Nosack 
Sybil Cole 
Wesley Carter 
Roene Curtis 
Wayne Soffe 



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Wayne Rogers 
Alice Todd 
James Robertson 
Anna Olsen 
Harold Lars 



Maude Shawcroft 
E. LeRoy Hatch 
Helen Ashton 
Vaughn Lloyd 
Persis Young 



Sterling Olsen 
Mildred Stewart 
Lester Whiting 
Lael Powelsen 
William E. Purdy 



Mae Markham 
Frank Swenson 
Vonola Fairbanks 
Rex Straw 
Hannadell Winters 



Mario Robertson 
Alma Mercer 
McKay Allred 
Margaret Peterson 
Irvin Romney 



Vilate Butterfield 
Jack Stringham 
Jennie Duke 
Glade Anderson 
Ella Greenwood 



Morris Winward 
Ruby Olsen 
Gene Greenhalgh 
Dorothy Ward 
Leon Frehner 



Ruth Calder 
Blake Cloward 
Ada Hawker 
Robert D. Harris 
Lucile Vernon 



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Elvira Jenkins 
Verdun Watts 
Patricia Lodge 
Venoy Gay 
Gwen Kimbal 



Joe Pace 

Alaire Young 
Jack Cook 
Jessie Johnson 
LaVere Bagwel 



Dixie Belnap 

Maurice Clayton 
Marie Bestelmeyer 
Brian Hutchings 
Margaret Bell 



Oscar Arnold 
Ellen Anderson 
Thell Bailey 
Orlene Speckart 
Gerald Lynn 




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Rae Anderson 
Philip Ashworth 
Olive Lemon 
Walter Nosack 



Margaret Smart 
Keith H. Jacobs 
Ruth Woodruff 
Karl Brand 
Elayne Boyle 



Glade Jorgensen 
Bonna Ashby 
Ardell Galloway 
Helen Johnston 
Ronald Larsen 




Zella Peterson 
Charles Harris 
Marjorie Straw 
Bert Boyack 
Elvera Campbell 



Floyd Goodrich 
Lucy Wadley 
Wilford Dredge 
Amy Wagstaff 
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Clara Isakson 
Utella Smith 
Margaret Hardy 
Georgia Olsen 
Maurine Clark 
Bennett Jacobs 







Dora Shellenberger 
Arthur Welch 
Loa Harwood 
George Harston 



Dora Moon 
Dean Petersen 
Thora Cowley 
Maurice Barnett 
Iwa Layton 



Ralph Kirkham 
Mabel Jensen 
Newal Robinson 
Vera Harding 
Rolland Per 




MARY ELLEN STODDARD 
Vice President 

BOB BUSWELL CHARLES FLETCHER 

Secretary President 



fRtSUMtN 



rRESHMEN this year have shown that they have 
uses other than acting as the butt for senior 
jokes. They have produced a football team of 
outstanding ability, several champion debators, and 
two basketball teams. Under the direction of 
Charles Fletcher, class president, the 1936 "Fresh- 
ie Day" surpassed any of its predecessors. All 
in all, this group of nearly a thousand students 
has welded itself into one of the most compact, 
progressive units on the campus. 



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Jay Christensen 
Melba Gerard 
Allan Madsen 
Virginia Meiling 
Clarence Geslison 



Alice Affleck 
Gilbert Mc Dougal 
Leah Harris 
Arthur Watkins 
Selena Osguthorpe 



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Verne Johnson 

Edwin Miner 
Gladys Markham 
Glendale Mouritsen 
Mishie Stewart 



Max Shirts 
Jean Besendorfer 
Earl S. Anderson 
Aflon Shaw 

Ned Morgan 



Florence Poulson 
Theron Reynolds 
Faye Broadhead 
Eugene Rollins 
Elaine Bott 



Paul Boyer 

Hortense Oakden 
Harvey Frost 
Fae Clark 
Dale Fitzgerald 



Blanche McEwan 
Max M. Nicholes 
Ruth Taylor 
Doran Johnson 
Evelyn Dixon 



George Cockett 
Grace Stahmann 
Harold Larsen 
Elaine Hatch 
Dean L. Turner 



Laura Swensen 
Thomas Baum 
La Raine Swensen 
Joseph M. Boel 
Gwenne Daniels 



Fred Nielsen 
Nadene Adamson 
Scott George 
Lola Taylor 
Isaac B. Roberts 




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Lester Puis 
Elda Curtis 
Parley Davis 
Orlene Boyden 
Reed Clegg 



Thelma Wall 
Mark W. Siepert 
Marjorie Killpack 
Waldo Christensen 
Myrna Thorson 



Fred Nickson 
Ruth Thomas 
Kaye Jones 
Faye Graham 

Kent Clark 




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Helen Dahl 

Carlos Phillips 
Virginia Benson 
Le Grande Lewis 
Elaine Richmond 



Scott Allen 
Venice Tuft 
Lyle Hansen 
Louise Mayer 
Robert Brown 



Blanche Burdick 
Woodrow Le Sueur 
Louise Christensen 
Rex Hunt 
Vera Chadwick 



George Zumbrunnen 
Beth Taylor 
Alma Grover 
Hilda Payne 
Vance Miller 



Lucy Larsen 
Gene Baker 
Helene Smart 
Walter Jensen 
La Verne Jones 








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Max Mendenhall 
Eleanor Blazzard 
Garth Nebeker 
Farol Hassell 
D. Lowry Smith 



Marie Brandley 
James Harris 
Kathreen Larson 
Cullis Billings 
Mary Peterson 



Betty Morgan 
Ferris Be 
Phylis Bant 
Kirk Brimhall 
Marie Elliott 



Grant Hansen 
Kalherine MacKnight 
Edwin Smart 
Lucile Thatcher 
Kieth Taylor 



Sonoma Robins 
Forest Bird 
Margaret Chrislensen 
Dan Peterson 

Betty Hyde 



Gaylen Wycherly 
Ruth Burt 
David Vance 
Norma Berry 
William Croo 



Wanda Laws 
Farren Nielsen 
Helen Ward 
Shirl Cook 
Frances Johnson 




Mary Jane Savage 
Ralph Swalberq 
Madlyn Anderson 
Vernon Roper 
Erva Wright 



Elliot Rowan 
Clara Korth 
Malcolm Booth 
Jennie Nielson 
Herman Henderson 



Louella Rowan 
Adelbert Naylor 
Eleanor Harwood 
Wm. E. Pardoe 
Inez Blazzard 













Edna Chamberlain 
Wilson Harper 
Lois Hall 
Delwin Johnston 
Mary Knight 



Morris Jensen 
Delia Houtz 
Victor Bartholomew 
Marge Olson 
Foster Rappleye 




Fredrick Rigby 
Garda Doman 
Paxman Martin 
LaVere Loveland 
Merrill Larsen 



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Joe E. Brown 
Donald Dobbie 
Leo Herbert 
Jordon Jorgensen 
Eunice Hardy 



Alberta Hutchings 
Ralph Shields 
Emma Lou Storrs 
Sterling Strate 
Raymond Hashitani 



Le Roy Douglas 
Edith Peterson 
Lawrence Murray 
Mary Whitwood 
Earl Cald« 







Lavon Payne 
Bernice Nelson 
Dorr Hanson 
Pyna Heiner 
Charles Fish 



Karma Evans 
Sheldon Dixon 
Aenone Woolf 
James Dudley 
Mary Brown 







Dessa Tippetts 
La Mar Larsen 
Anna Mae Richards 
Jerald Rowan 

Grace Wilde 



Ben Olsen 
Helen Ellison 
Mont Stephensen 
Virtue Fischer 

Ariel Chatterton 



Elva Wignall 
Guy R. Cutler 
Marjorie Taylor 
Drew Leonard 
Bernice Cash 



Wesley Knudsen 
Idona Rencher 
Ralph Christensen 
Rose Marie Edwards 
Devon Sanderson 



Bernice Oblad 
Monte Bailey 
Arline Allred 
Marvin Metcalf 
Lola Carman 



Melba Clark 
Bert Isaac 
Cleo Pond 
Max Stone 
Lolita Christensen 



Francis Faucette 
Ida Bowen 
Rupert Burgess 
Eva Watts 
Vernon Moon 



LaPrele Memmott 
Doris Black 
Pauline Burgess 
Parley Lloyd 
Dorothy Greenwood 





Lestor Pals 

Madelyn Wilkins 
Merrill Van Wagoner 
Saxon F. Asay 
Fred Carling 



Dorothy Hoggan 
Verl Allman 
Marie Isaksen 
Russell AAadsen 
Ivy Roberts 



Howard Andrus 
Leola Layton 
Grant Pickup 
Maxine Turner 
Ted Coltrin 












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Wilson Stewart 
Ines Hunter 
Gerald Anderson 
Fern Houston 
John Utvich 



Wanda Jackman 
Ernest Settle 
Edith Linford 
Kent Mitchell 
Melba Millc 



Allan Woolley 
Zola Scott 

Merlin Bishop 
Elaine Sorensen 
Franklin Hopper 



Kathryn Christensen 
Marden Clark 
Ardis Christensen 
Thomas Lefler 
Leola Knudsen 



Jerry Zobell 
Hellen Devey 
LeRoy Hill 
Eleanor Moore 
Maurice Lambert 




Florence Parry 
Arta Lind 
Lee Nokleby 
Betty Torgesen 
Bert Mills 
Dorothy Foster 



Donna Van Wagenen 
Bernece Bradshaw 
Arvilla Olson 
Clara Colton 
Blanche Swart 
Fay Lund 



Faye Crouch 
James Lemon 
Edith Heywood 
Chase McClellan 
Kathryn Powel 
Max Seele 



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CAMPUS LIU 



A college campus is a beautiful place. A col- 
lege campus with people on it is an interesting 
place. OUR college campus with US on it is 
the most fascinating place in the world, we 
unanimously agree. So here we have haphazard 
shots of OUR campus with US on it. 







If practice 
makes perfect- 

The beta beta 
beta bug hunt 

Slow! men at work 

The babes turn out 
We want a touchdown! 
Hiking to Timp cave 

On the trail of the Y 





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LYCEUM CALENDAR 



WILLIAM T. FOSTER 
November 6 
"Economics and Finance' 



E. T. COLTON 
February 5 
War Conditions in Europe'' 



TAOS INDIANS 
October 30 

SEATTLE SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA 

December 3 

(Courtesy Walters Studio, Seattle) 



LORADO TAFT 
December 4 
"One hundred master- 
pieces of Sculpture" 



CAMERON 
Symphony Orchestra Director 
(Courtesy Walters Studio, Seattle) 




LYCEUM CALENDAR 



RAYMOND BURT 
November 22 
Pianist 



A.C. PILLSBURY 

March 17 

"Miracles in Nature" 



ANNA LOUISE STRONG 

February 28 

"Russia" 



SHAWN DANCERS 

February I 

Ted Shawn, director 

LOUIS UNTERMEYER 
January 9, IO 
"Evolution of Poetry" 



E. E. TURNER 

April 13 

"Nationalism in Germany" 

ALBERT RAPPAPORT 
March 4 
Russian Tenor 



UPTON CLOSE 

February 19 

"The Course of Empire" 




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VAL NORNS First Place 

Beating The Farmers at their Own Game" 

CESTA TIES Second Place 
"Good Morning Judge" 

BRIGADIERS Second Place 
"Knight After Knight" 







THALIANS Third Place 
"Mrs. Rocky Mountain Conference" 

TAUSI6S Fourth Place 
"R. M. C. Amateurs" 



BRICKERS Fourth Place 
Badda Aggie and his 40 Thieves" 




Backstage with the Marionette 
show 

Another view of the Founders' 
Day Parade 

The library reading 

room near the end 

of the quarter 



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'36 prom-ers spend an 
evening in the old South 

Student body dance chairman 
Bert Fullmer 



The band embarks 
on a tour 



Trombone trio 

Yell leaders Graham 
and Swenson 



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Prom chairman 
Crowley and partner 

Chairman Grant Holt, 
the man who dared schedu 
dance on Friday the thirteenth 



Friday the thirteenth— 
the Sophomore Loan 
Fund Ball 




PtRSON 




CORNELIUS PETERSON 



ALITItS 



NADINE TAYLOR 







VIRGIL WEDGE 






PtRSON 




FLORENCE TODD 






ALITItS 



HUGH CANNON 




LEOLA GREEN 



REPRESENTATIVE STUDENTS 

The university's representative students were selected for 
the Banyan by popular vote, each student submitting the 
names of four men and four women who he thought most 
splendidly represented the school in scholarship, personality, 
and democratic spirit. Of the one hundred and eight 
women and one hundred and fifty-two men named, the ten 
highest of each were selected for final voting. Eight of 
these were chosen as the most representative. 

All important phases of "Y" life are represented by 
these students--the A. W. S., music, drama, Public Service, 
athletics, class officer, student body officer, and the Junior 
Prom. 

Those who received their honor indeed deserve the 
laurels for outstanding student achievement, and with them 
the appreciation of the "Y". 

Photographs by Ecker, Salt Lake City 







PUBLICATIONS 



Side by side in the Maeser Memorial are the 
new quarters of the campus publications, just 
close enough for neighborly (?) associations. 
Unknown to the public eye, each day is enacted 
a drama of stirring strife and manly warfare be- 
tween the two offices, the bone of contention 
being either the rightful proprietorship of the 
telephone or the degraded art of the Y News 
which attempts to depict Banyan staff members. 




Newcomer 

Dixon 

Graham 



Manwaring 
Jorgensen 
Nicholes 



Priday 
Knight 
Hess 



Mercer 

Mickelsen 

Young 



Clayson 

Hyde 

Hales 



Brinton 

Owen 

Merrill 



I936 BANYAN 



EDITORIAL STAFF 



LELAND PRIDAY 

Editor 




Leland Priday 
Luana Mercer 
Vincent Newcomer 
Gladys Manwaring 
Dick Graham 
Eleanor Nicholes 
Glenaveve Decker 
Laura Merrill 
Marion Piatt 
George Strebel 
Jean Smith 
Milt Jacob 
Phyllis Dixon 
Elayne Boyle 
Vern Hales 
Betty Hyde 
Mary Knight 
Mildred Young 
Sam Calder 
Herbert Breinholt 
Margaret Tholen 
Clifton Boyack 



Editor 

Associate Editor 

Art Editor 

Literary Editor 

Bunyon Editor 

Activities 

Seniors 

Organizations 

Proof Reader 

Photography 

Women's Sports 

Men's Sports 

Student Administration 

Music and Drama 

Snapshots 

Typist 

Typist 

Typist 

Bunyon 

Art 

Art 

Publicity 






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LeBeau 

Boyack 

B. Ashby 



Calder 
E. Ashby 
Hart 



Decker 
Jensen 
Olsen 



1936 BANYAN 



BUSINESS STAFF 



Woodrow Mickelsen 
Jack Owen 
Marge Olsen 
Amy Brinton 



Business Manager 

Advertising Manager 

Secretary 

Secretary 



ADVERTISING ASSISTANTS 



Eldon Hart 
Henry Jensen 



Glade Jorgensen 
Harold Larsen 



PRODUCTION STAFF 



Eli K. Clayson 
Bonna Ashby 
Eda Ashby 
Boneta LeBeau 
Frank Hess 



Production Manager 
Mounting 
Mounting 
Mounting 
Mounting 



SALESMEN 



Lyman Davies 
Persis Young 
Blanche Swart 



Bennett Jacobs 

Berniece Hacking 

Elmo Poulsen 



Jacob 
Smith 
Davies 



Boyle 
Breinholt 
Tholen 



Strebel 

Piatt 

Larsen 



WOODROW MICKELSEN 
Business Manager 

JACK OWEN 
Advertising Manager 





Boyack 
Poulsen 



Decker 
Green 



Domina 
Clegg 



M. Nelson 
Hassell 



Hansen 
R. Nelson 



J. Nelson 
Coltrin 



"Y" NEWS 



JOHN DOMINA, Editor 
ROY HUDSON, Associate 



EDITORIAL STAFF 




John Domina 
Roy Hudson 
Ermel Morton 
Afton Hanson 



Editor 

Assistant Editor 

Assistant Editor 

Society Editor 



Roslyn Eddington Assistant Society Editor 

Milt Jacob Sport Editor 

Reed Walsh Proof Reader 

Don Searle ' Columnist 

Roscoe Nelson Columnist 

Anthony Woolf Columnist 







Hudson 
Jacob 



Manwaring 
L. Nelson 



Walsh 
R. Eddington 



Westman 
Booth 



D. Eddington 
Woolf 



Morton 

Jolley 



"Y" NEWS 



BUSINESS STAFF 
Milton Nelson Business Manager 

Clifton Boyack Assl. Business Manager 

Arden Westman Collection Manager 

Elmo Poulson Circulation Manager 



MILTON NELSON 

Business Manager 



REPORTERS 



Farol Hassell 
Thornton Booth 
Jay Nelson 
June Fames 
Bill Coltrin 
Afton Clegg 
Gladys- Manwaring 



LaRelle Nelson 

Glenaveve Decker 

Udell Jolley 

John Bucher 

Doyle Green 

Donna Eddington 

Steve Glasscock 




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MUSIC 



r-ROM all parts of the country come young, hope- 
ful musicians; good, bad, mediocre. Under the 
skillful direction of Professors Sauer, Robertson, 
Condie and Summerhays they find their niche in 
the great symphony of the "Y". With their train- 
ing, their desires fulfilled, they help to give the 
rest of the student body something of the melo- 
dy their hearts have captured. 




ORCHESTRA 



LEROY J ROBERTSON, Director 

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The personnel of the orchestra is as follows: 

Violins: Donald Olsen, concert master; Dearwyn 
Sardoni, Ann Clayson, Rowena Christensen, Willis 
Sorensen, Junior Lundquist, Don Earl, Max But- 
ler, Hazel Anderson, Helen Johnson, Marguerite 
Christensen, Shirl Cook, Zina Hinckley, Ruth 
Romer, Vern Davis, Lalovie Fish, Vaughn Holt, 
Helen Clark, Jack Rupper, Max Shirts, Helen 
Ellison, Norma Jackson, Alice Todd, Nita Black, 
Willard A. Call, Maurine Van Cotl, Neva Strate, 
Margaret Crowther, Winston Downs, Evan Beck- 
strand. 

Violas: John S. Hilgendorf, Harold Laycock, 
Loraine Bowman, Leland Priday, Herman Hatch, 
Margaret Hardy, Dallin Nielson, Lois West, Al- 
bert Swenson, France Childs. 

Cellos: Gustave Buggert, Owen Bingham, Car- 
ma Bailiff, Stella Frisby, Burnell Tietjen, Orlene 
Speckarl, Edith Clark, Beulah Hinkley, Owen 
Burgener, Crandall Giddings. 




ORCHESTRA 



PROGRAM 




Overture to Mignon 


Thomas 


Choral Prelude 


Malliday 


Violin Concerto 

No. 22 (Part One) 


Viotti 


Espana Rhapsody 


Chabrier 


Symphony in E Minor 

No. 5 ("From the New World") 


Dvorak 


Adagio; Allegro molto 




Largo 




Scherzo; molto vivace 




Finale; Allegro con fuoco 





REX SUTHERLAND, Manager 





CONCERT BAND 



PERSONNEL 



ROBERT SAUER, Director 




The personnel of the concert band is as follows: 

Flutes and piccolos: Wilrord Weight, Phillipa 
Rushton, Darrel Soffe, Lois Choules. 

Oboes: Rex Sutherland, Virl L. Harrison, 
Joe Wendell. 

E-Flat Clarinets: Eva Starr. 

B-Flat Clarinets: Milo Adams, Harry Clark, 
John Halliday, Inez Blazzard, DeMonte Washburn, 
David Firmage, Dorr W. Hansen, Verdun Watts, 
Leland Priday, Clara White, Alfred Dexter, Ralph 
Kirkham, Lucille Vernon, Leo Munson, Gordon 
LeSueur, Elwood Haws, Marjorie Killpack, Keith 
Stephenson, Eleanor Moore, Burton Hunt, Iris 
Manwaring, Ruth Giles. 

Bassoons: Grant Baker, Ella Pace. 

Saxophones: Spencer Crabtree, Calvin Swen- 
son, Erva Wright, Durwood Butler, Marcell Bird. 

Cellos: Stella Frisby, Bernell Tietjen. 







CONCERT BAND 



PROGRAM 




Rosamunde Overture 


Schubert 


Orpheus in der Unterwelt 


Offenbach 


Safari Overture 


Holmes 


Egmont Overture 


Beethoven 


Prelude to Die 




Meistersinger von Nurnberg 


Wagner 



March Slave Tschaikowsky 

Pomp and Circumstance Elger 

The Three Kings (Trumpet Trio) Smith 

Al and Pal (Trombone Duet) Short 

The old Refrain Kreisler 

Prelude in C Minor Rachmaninoff 

Pilgrim Chorus from Tannhauser Wagner 

Selection from Maritana Wallace 



JOE CLAYSON, Manager 





HANSEL AND GRETEL 



RICHARD P. CONDIE-Director 




Stealing the show with her wicked laugh, the 
witch who eats children kept the audience in 
suspense while Hansel and Gretel gave a real 
interpretation of their parts in Humperdink's 
Famous opera, "Hansel and Gretel." Accom- 
plished soloists and a selected school chorus, 
aided by dancers from the physical education 
department, were impressive in their portrayal of 
the traditional characters i n the old German 
fairy tale. 



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HANSEL AND GRETEL 



SOLOISTS 



ELDA NEVES-Accompanist 



Hansel 


Farris Edgley 


Gretel 


Alice Carlson 


Gertrude, the mother 


Alicebelh Whitely 


Peter, the broommaker 


Douglas Merrill 


The Witch 


Mary McGregor 


Sandman 


Barbara Perrett 


Dewman 


Eulalia Condie 


DIRECTORS 


Conductor 


Richard Condie 


Speech Director 


Alonzo J. Morley 


Dancing 


Aline C. Smith 





Back Row: Donald McKay, Ralph Britsch, Royden Braithwaite, Dallin Neilson, Farris Edgley, 

Ellis Doty, Mr. Paxman, Rhodes Jeppson, Wilford Lee, Marcell Bird. 
Front Row: Ina Webb, Lola Jensen, Reva Vickers, Lucille Bowers, Lota Paxman, Elda Neves, 

Li'lieth Van Dam, Miss Summerhays (director), Stella Frisby, Ruth P. Richan, Mrs. 

Johnson, Birdie Gardner, Dorothy Brough, Alicebeth Whitely, Mary McGregor, 

Florence Todd (accompanist). 

(not in picture) Florence Peterson, Vernon Leemasler, Virginia Wilstead, Marien 

Bean, Melba Cope. 

BACH CHORUS 



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The chorus has delighted music lovers with several 
performances of Bach cantatas under the direction 
of Margaret Summerhays. During the past three 
years, it has made us conscious of three more 
glorious gifts of the great master composer. The 
singers love and understanding of his work was 
shown in the cantatas, "Sleepers Wake", "Jesu, 
Priceless Treasure," and in the touching "Saint 
John's Passion." 




Personnel: Rinda Abegg, Nadine Adamson, Madlyn Anderson, Eda Ashby, Eladia Ashworth, 
Geraldine Beck, Inez Blazzard, Lucille Bowers, Blanche Burdick, Helen Ellison, Marjorie 
Felshaw, Virtue Fischer, Birdie Gardner, Fern Gardner, Mary Green, Lila Hatch, Helen 
Holbrook, Betty Hyde, Ana Jensen, Ann Jolley, Mary Knight, Beth Knudsen, Cathreen 
Larson, Betty Morgan, Bernice Nelson, Charlotte Nelson, Arvilla Olsen, Cora Olsen, 
Beth Paxman, Beth Pond, Jean Pratt, Mary Pulley, Geneva Ricks, Beatrice Rogers, Ellen 
Scorup, Orpha Soffe, Emma Lou Spencer, Helen Sutton, Virginia Sutton, Florence Todd, 
Betty Torgesen, Alicebeth Whitely, Erva Wright. 



LADIES GLEE 



Lift Thine Eyes," the first chorus presented 
during the year, suggests the ideal in singing 
which Miss Summerhays instills into the hearts 
of her students. With her inspiration, the ladies 
have lifted their hearers into delightful participa- 
tion in the sweet experience of music. The Bach 
chorus assisted them in entertaining Leadership 
Week guests; and their spring concert was assisted 
by a ladies string quartette. 



FLORENCE TODD, Accompanist 




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THE MESSIAH Honoring the time-old custom of presenting the 

Messiah at Christmas, appreciative students and 
townspeople once again filled the L D. S. tab- 
ernacle to hear the university chorus interpret 
the world-famous oratorio of Handel. Professor 
Richard P. Condie directed the chorus in the 
place of Professor Franklin Madsen who inaug- 
urated the oratorio at the university and who is 
away this year. Solo and group singing was ex- 
ceptional in its rendition. 








Bach's "Passion According to Saint John," was 
presented during Easter season by the music de- 
partment under the direction of LeRoy J. Robert- 
son. Beginning with the mighty "Lord, Our Re- 
deemer," and closing with the tranquil "Rest Here 
in Peace," the story of Christ's betrayal was 
beautifully expressed. The augmented Bach chorus 
and the University Symphony Orchestra carried 
the difficult ensemble while Professor Richard 
Condie sang the role of the narrator. 



BACH PASSION 





Dean GERRIT de JONG, Jr 




(Upper Left) String Quartette 

Professor LeRoy J. Robertson, First Violin 
Donald Olsen, Second Violin 
Gustave Buggert, Cello 
Harold Laycock, Viola 

(Upper Right) J. J. Keeler, Pipe Organ 

(Lower Left) Trumpet Trio 
Deane Alsop 
Burns Hansen 
Bennie Schmiett 

(Lower Right) Cougar Quartette 
Florence Todd, accompanist 
Douglas Merrill, First Tenor 
Farris Edgley, Second Tenor 
Royden Brailhwaite, First Bass 
Ralph Britsch, Second Bass 



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ART 



Versatility! With smudged faces, dirty smocks, 
oil brushes and paint pots, the Art department 
carries on its daily job of answering calls for ban- 
ner signs informing the students of "Y" activities, 
colorful costumes for our plays and operas, scen- 
ery for performances, paintings, show-card coloring, 
and effective artistry for the "Y" dancing parties. 




APPLIED ART 



PROF. E. H. EASTMOND 




Seemingly by remote control, a colorful pageant 
was produced in New York this year, through 
the combined efforts of the Y Applied Art di- 
vision and the art alumni. 

The department added another success to its 
growing list by presenting the pageant, "Wings 
of Western Progress", at the university Summer 
School at Alpine last summer. 

The Studio Guild, art fraternity, was reorgan- 
ized during the winter to further this extension 
work and to enlarge the well-known Y art exhib- 
its. The outstanding exhibit presented during 
the 1936 Leadership Week was typical of their 
creative ability. 




FINE ART 



Planning to challenge the interest and increase 
the art appreciation of all students, the Fine Arts 
department chose for its project this year the pur- 
chase of several choice paintings by outstanding 
artists. 

Under the direction of Professor B. F. Lar- 
sen, the art library has been added to, both in 
quality and quantity through the purchase of the 
two large Indian murals by Minerva Tichert; the 
portraits of President Heber J. Grant and Pres- 
ident F. S. Harris by Lee Richards; a French 
painting by Augustus Bon Heur; two paintings 
from the Springville exhibition and a copy of a 
painting from the Metropolitan Museum. 



PROF. B. F. LARSEN 




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During the hot summer months, B. Y. students 
refresh themselves through the creation of artistry 
in landscape painting, stimulated by the atmo- 
sphere of Aspen Grove. Professor B. F. Larson 
directs the art students at this six weeks session. 
Some of the finest work of the year is pro- 
duced under the influence of Professor Larson 
and the Alpine grandeur. 






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DRAMA AND^ORtNSICS 



To us it is a finished product. Beautifully tim- 
ed, convincingly portrayed, startling in its lighting 
effects . . . but before the curtain comes up, be- 
fore the play could be presented . . . hours of 
weary practice; stage hands frantically trying new 
scenery, new lights; directors worried with new 
talent; actors trembling with "stage-fright" . . . 
all for one night of glory. 




COUNSELOR AT LAW 

Fall Comedy 

November 6, 7, 8. 

PETER IBBETSON 

Theta Alpha Phi 
December 12, 13, 14. 





WILD DUCK 
February IO, II 



TAMING OF THE SHREW 

Theta Alpha Phi Leadership Play 

January 29 




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NIGHT OVER TAOS 
Annual Competitive 
February 20, 21, 22. 





THE BAD MAN 

Alumni 
March 26, 27. 



LADIES OF THE JURY 
Spring Comedy 
April 30, May I. 





ALONZO MORLEY, KATHRYN B. PARDOE, LAFAYETTE TERRY, T. EARL PARDOE 



PLAY DIRECTORS 



PROF. T. EARL PARDOE 




With a "no-star" system as their policy and 
new costumes, lighting system, and stage proper- 
ties, the Speech department has excelled in 
drama presentation. 

In the play "Counselor At Law", a new star 
was discovered in G. Ott Romney; in "Peter 
Ibbetson," new shadow lighting was effected; and 
nearly fifty high schools and junior colleges par- 
ticipated in the Seventh Annual Speech Tourn- 
ament and Drama Festival. 

A speech clinic and practice room with offices 
near have been added enabling the department 
to equip a great number of students to compete 
in the dramatic world. 



COUNSELLOR AT LAW 

November 7, 8 

By Elmer Rice 

Directed by T. Earl Pardoe, 

Lafayette Terry and Kathryn B. Pardoe 



TAMIN6 OF THE SHREW 

January 29 

By William Shakespeare 

Directed by T. Earl Pardoe 



BESSIE 6REEN 
HENRY SUSSKIND 
SARAH BECKER 
A TALL MAN 
A STOUT MAN 
A POST MAN 
ZEBORAH CHAPMAN 
GOLDIE RENSKOPLY 
CHARLES McFADDEN 
JOHN P. TEDESCO 
BOOTBLACK 
REGINA GORDON 
HERBERT WEINBURG 
ARTHUR SANDLER 
LILLIAN LARUE 
ERRAND BOY 
ROY DARWIN 
GEORGE SIMON 
CORA SIMON 
A WOMAN 
MRS. SIMON 
PETER H. MALONE 
CRAYFIELD 



Verna Allen 

Grant Peterson 

Bernice Hacking 

Sam Sorenson 

Guy Callahan 

Elmer Crowley 

Nadine Taylor 

Margaret Peterson 

Gilbert Tolhurst 

Lafayette Terry 

Max Russell 

Helen Candland 

Tom Broadbent 

Anthon Yarbrough 

Afton Hansen 

Clifton Boyack 

Gerald Robinson 

G. Ott Romney 

Monta Wentz Anderson 

Mary McGregor 

Leona Eitel 

Blaine Swenson 

Virgil Wedge 



JOHAN R. BREITSTEIN Weldon Alldredge 
DAVID SIMON Ferris Bell 

HARRY BECKER Wayne Rogers 

RICHARD DWIGHT JR. Bill Goodman 

DORTHY DWIGHT Hazel Anderson 

FRANCIS CLARK BAIRD Fred Nickson 



PETER IBBETSON 

December 12-13-14 

By John N. Raphael 

Directed by Kathryn B. Pardoe 

and Alice S. Chrislensen 

PETER IBBETSON Sherman Chrislensen 
COLONEL IBBETSON Milton Nelson 

MAJOR DUQUESNOIS 

MR. LINTOT 

RAPHAEL MERRIDEW 

CROCKETT 

THE BISHOP 

CHARLIE PLUNKET 

ACHILLE GRIGOUX 

MARY, DUCHESS OF TOWERS 

Beth Paxman 

MRS. DEANE 

GOVERNOR 

MRS. GLYNN 

MADGE PLUNKET 

LADY VIANA VIVASH 

VICTORINE 

A SISTER OF MERCY 



Allen Sorenson 

Bill Goodman 

Gerald Robinson 

Jack Gibb 

Elmer Crowley 

Shirl Swenson 

Warren Kirk 



Kathryn B. Pardoe 

Sam Sorenson 

Fern Smoot 

Helen Young 

Hermese Broadbent 

Maza Chrislensen 

Irma Acord 



MME. SERASKIER Fern Chrislensen 

M. PASQUIER DELA MARIERE 

Cliflon Boyack 
MME. PASQUIER DELA MARIERE 

Leola Green 
GOGO Lorna Wentz 

MIMSEY SERASKIER Hazel Anderson 

PRISON CHAPLAIN Wayne Rogers 

GUY WAINWAR1NG Roy Huntington 

WARDEN Guy Callahan 

TURNKEY Ariel Davis 



BAPTISTA 

VINCENTIO 

LUCENTIO 

PETRUCHIO 

GREMIO 

HORTENSIO 

TRANIO 

BIONDELLO 

GRUMIO 

CURTIS 

A PEDANT 

NATHANIAL 

JOSEPH 

A TAYLOR 

KATHARINA 

BIANCA 

A WIDOW 

PAGES 



Allan Sorenson 

Shirl Swenson 

Elmer Crowley 

Sam Sorenson 

Bill Goodman 

Warren Kirk 

Wayne Rogers 

Webster Decker 

Gilbert Tolhurst 

Ariel Davis 

Allan Johnson 

Ross Sanders 

Maurice Fullenback 

Clifton Boyack 

Tess Packard 

Fern Chrislensen 

Hermese Broadbent 

Hazel Anderson 

Merlene Gardner 



WILD DUCK 

January 23-4-5 

By Henrik Ibsen 

Directed by T. Earl Pardoe 



WERLE-MERCHANT 
GREGOR'S 
OLD EKDAL 
HJALMER EKDAL 



Gilbert Tolhurst 

Howard McKenzie 

Bob Buswell 

Fred Nickson 



GINA Lucille Christopherson 

HEDVIG Erlene Durrani 

MRS. SORBY Margaret Peterson 

RELLING-DOCTOR Blaine Swenson 

MOLVICK Richard Oakley 

GRABERG-BOOKKEEPER 

Anthon Yarbrough 

PETTERSON-SERVANT Floyd Brienholt 
JENSEN-WAITER Galen Wycherly 

NORMAN-SERVANT Allen Johnson 

FAT GENTLEMEN Lew White 

THIN-HAIRED GENTLEMAN Robert Cape 



THE BAD MAN 

March 26-27 

By Porter Emerson Browne 

Directed by Monta Wentz Anderson 

and Glen S. Potter 



GILBERT JONES 
HENRY SMITH 
MORGAN PELL 
LUCIA PELL 
TED GIDDINGS 
JASPER HARDY 
ANGELA HARDY 
PEDRO 
VENUSTIANO 
PANCHO LOPEZ 
ALVERADA 
BRADLEY 
BLAKE 



Farrel Colletl 

Alonzo J. Morley 

Lafayette Terry 

Eunice Bird 

Wayne Rogers 

Ralph Britsch 

Fern Smoot 

Glen S. Potter 

Veoyn Smith 

Jean R. Paulson 

Eliza Bjerregaard 

Ariel Davis 

Gerald Robinson 



NI6HT OVER TAOS 

February 2o, 21, 22 

By Maxwell Anderson 

Directed by 

T. Earl Pardoe and Kathryn B. Pardoe 



INDIAN SLAVE 

DONNA VERI 

VALERIA 

MARIA 

RAQUEL 

CONCHITA 

NUNA 

LITA 

CARLOTA 

CHRISTINA 

GROSO 

DONO JOSEFA 

FATHER MARTINEZ 

DIANA 

DIEGO 

FREDERICO 

NARCISO 

DON HERMANO 

DON MIGUEL 

FELIPE 

SANTOS 

PABLO MONTOYA 

ANDROS 

DON FERNANDO 

MATEO 

CAPTAIN MOLYNEAUX 

TRAPPER 

TRAPPER 

PEONS 



Marie Brandley 

Marguerite Sundberg 

Elayne DeGraff 

Margarel Tholen 

Gladys Sorenson 

Louise Barton 

Huitau Allred 

June Martlneau 

Isabelle Dillman 

Geraldine Eggertsen 

Richard Oakley 

Mary McGregor 

Wayne Rogers 

Leola Green 

Stanford Steel 

Gilbert Tolhurst 

Ferris Bell 

Sam Sorenson 

Blaine Swenson 

Gerald Robinson 

Ralph Ungermann 

Lafayette Terry 

Delmar Kenner 

Maurice Clayton 

Deloy McMullin 

Gerry Caldwell 

Stan Steel 

Tell Muelstetn 

Marjorie Wagers 

Floyd Breinholl 

Galen Wycherly 



LADIES OF THE JURY 

April 30, May I 

By Fred Ballard 

Directed by T. Earl Pardoe, 

Lafayelte Terry and Gilbert Tolhurst 

MRS. LIVINGSTON BALDWIN CRANE 

Marguerite Sun berg 
LILLY PRATT Fae Clark 

CYNTHIA TATE Faye Graham 

MAYME MIXTER Gladys Sorenson 

MRS. DACE Lila Maughan 

MRS. MAGUIRE Margaret Hardy 

JAY J. PRESSLEY Milton Nelson 

SPENCER B. DAZEY Blaine Swenson 

ALONZO BEAL Deloy McMullin 

TONY PENELLI Ray McGuire 

STEVE BROMM Ralph Ungermann 

ANDREW MACKAIG Jay Nelson 

JUDGE FISH Delmar Kenner 

HALSEY VAN STYE Lafayette Terry 

RUTHERFORD DALE Virgil Wedge 

DR. QUINCY ADAMS JAMES JR. 

LeRoi Jones 



ART DOBS 

MRS. GORDON 

EVELYN SNOW 

CLERK 

COURT REPORTER 

SUZANNE 



Maurice Clayton 

Hazel Anderson 

Maurine Murdock 

Max Powell 

Virginia Meiling 

Ellen Warner 




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Clifford Young June Martineau George Killian Madge Jacobs T. Earl Pardoe 

Vernon Davies Marlowe Wooton Darlene Owens Bill Reeder Inez Blazzard Otis Burton 



FORENSICS 



WILLIAM REEDER 
Manager 




The annual autumn Rocky Mountain Senior College Tourn- 
ament provided the first active inter-collegiate competition 
for Brigham Young University debators this year. A wom- 
en's team, Darlene Owens and Madge Jacobs; men's team, 
Marlowe Wootton and Clifford Young, and a men's Parl- 
iamentary team comprised of William Reeder, Vernon Dav- 
ies and Otis Burton represented ihe "Y". Welby Young 
and Thomas Acree participated in extemporaneous and 
oratory respectively. 

An innovation in Rocky Mountain forensic activity was 
made when twelve student legislators from B. Y. U. met 
with twelve members each from both the U. S. A. C. and 
the U. of U. in the Chamber of the Mouse of Represen- 
tatives at the State Capitol Building. 



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O. Meredith Wilson Elmer Miller Boneta LeBeau John C. Swenson John Utvich 

Frank Hess Orson Hicken Thornton Booth Reed Clegg Charles Fish 



FORENSICS 



The debate season was climaxed when two teams repre- 
senting The University traveled to California to participate 
in the Pi Kappa Delta Province of the Pacific Invitational 
Tournament held at the "U" of Redlands. The men's team 
comprised of Clifford Young and Edwin Clyde, and Inez 
Blazzard and Madge Evans as women's team, made a very 
creditable showing. Professor Elmer Miller of the Debate 
Council accompanied the teams. 

Six Junior Varsity debate teams, three extemporaneous 
speakers and two orators took part ir the annual Utah- 
Idaho Forensic Tournament held at Salt Lake City early in 
the spring quarter, gaining much valuable experience. 



CLIFFORD YOUNG JR. 

Assistant Manager 





Glade Colton 



Otis Burton 



ROTARY ORATORICAL CONTEST 

Won by: Glade Colton 

Subject: "A Half a Brick— or the Sermon 

on the Mount." 
Sponsored by: Provo Rotary Club 
Subject to be chosen from some phase of 
International Good-will. 

IRVINE ORATORICAL CONTEST 
Won by: Woodrow Washburn 
Subject: "A world Unborn," a denouncia- 
tion of War. 

HEBER J GRANT ORATORICAL CONTEST 

Won by: Jesse Grimes 

Subject: "The Guy in the Stained Glass 

Window." 
Awerd: Book autographed by President 
Grant. 

DELTA PHI EXTEMPORANEOUS CONTEST 

Won by: Otis Burton 

Subject: "26 Years of Scouting," an 

outline of the progress Scouting 

has made. 



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MtN'S SPORTS 



A point or two either way was the margin of 
victory and defeat as Brigham Young University 
swept through its athletic program for 1935-36. 
Whether the Cougars won or lost, their team 
spirit and fine sportsmanship were the features 
of every contest. The "Y" teams finished among 
the leaders in all minor sports as well as foot- 
ball, basketball and track. 




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C. J. Hart, Fred Dixon, G. Ott Romney, Edwin Kimball, John Smith 

COACHES 

BuiLDlNe for the future" was the comment around the 
campus when Eddie Kimball and John Smith were added 
to the coaching staff. Kimball was given complete charge 
or Freshman athletics. Smith, a former all-American, helped 
Coach Romney with the varsity football squad. "Chick" 
Hart continued his work as director of intramural activities 
while Fred Dixon was coaching tennis and helping in the 
physical education department. Amiable Auberl Cote de- 
veloped a strong wrestling team. 



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VARSITY CAPTAINS 



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Oaks-Football 



Taylor— Wrestling 










Cannon-- Basket ball 



Schofield—Track 




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VARSITY 



Montana State 7, B. Y. U. O 
Cougars out-gain and out-pass the Bobcats at 
Bozernan but fumble at critical stages of the 
game. 

Greeley State 3, B. Y. U. 19 
Surprising the dopesters and thrilling the home 
fans with a last half rally Brigham Young takes 
the second game and prepares for Colorado 




FOOTBALL 



Colorado College 13, B. Y. U. 12 
The fatal point after touchdown brings victory 
to Colorado after the "Y" men score in the first 
and last quarters. 

Wyoming 6, B. Y. U. 13 
A pass, Woodward to Giles, in the last few 
minutes of play brings the Cougars from behind 
to win at Laramie. 




Mac Johnson 




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VARSITY 



John Verney 



Utah 32, B. Y. U. O 
Utah again scores a victory as B. Y. U. fights 
in driving rain climaxing the homecoming day 
festivities. 

Western State 2, B. Y. U. 21 
Traveling Cougars pass way to victory in a 
slow game at Gunnison. 




LeGrande Tea 



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FOOTBALL 



Utah Aggies 27, B. Y. U. O 
Soggy field at Logan slows up both teams. Brig- 
ham Young not up to normal as powerful farmers 
plow them under. 

Arizona Teachers O, B. Y. U. 13 
Alumni at Phoenix entertain squad members 
after a night which featured all-around brilliance. 



Vern Waldo 




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Back Row: Coach Romney, Earl Giles, End; Wayne Soffe, End; Wayne Cook, Tackle; 
Legrande Tea, Tackle; Shirl Blackham, Center; John Verney, Tackle; Vern 
Waldo, Tackle; Bert Asay, Tackle; Frank Wright, End; John Smith, Athletic 
Manager. 

Center Row: George Pehrson, Guard; Howard McKinney, Halfback; Gerald Simmons, 
Halfback; Melvern Wheeler, Center; Melvin Kavachivich, Center; Lincoln 
Gardner, Quarterback; Vendell Pace, Fullback; Reed Crane, End; Waller 
Lyons, Quarterback: Jack Stringham, Fullback. 

Front Row: Alfred Canning, End, Jack Woodward, Quarterback; Dan Thomas, Fullback; 
Alva Jensen, Halfback, Charley Oaks, End; Vaughn Lloyd; Guard; Meldon 
Warner, Halfback; Gerald Gillispie Guard; Paul Macbeth, Halfback 

VARSITY FOOTBALL 



Only two first team members will not be returning to 
fight for positions on next year's eleven. A score of out- 
standing freshmen, however, will be anxiously competing for 
places. Coach Ott's Cougars, mostly sophomores, won 
three conference games and lost four while winning one 
inter-sectional clash this year. Two of the games lost by 
B. Y. U. were with the two strong teams of the conference, 
University of Utah and Utah Aggies. 



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Back Row: Kimball, Coach; Frank Shea, Tackle; Merrill Waters, End; Charles Roberts, 

Halfback; Jim Jensen, End; Glen Smith, Halfback, Griffith Kimball, Asst. 

Coach. 
Third Row: Forest Bird, Tackle; Donald Doby, Tackle; Max Bateman, Guard; Hafen 

Leavette, Tackle; Clarence Hall, Fullback; Woodrow LeSueur, Tackle; Drew 

Lenard, End;' Jackson Jewkes, Halfback. 
Second Row: Chad Beckstead, Center; Chris Mortenson, Guard; Ken Soffe, Halfback; 

Bob Kelme, Guard; Earnest Settle, Guard; Glendale Mouritsen, Halfback; 

Marion Vance, Tackle; Harvey Frost, Guard. 
First Row: Wilford Mower, Center; Mark Murray, End; Dean Sheaffer, Halfback; Phillip 

Abbot, Tackle; Joy Chrislensen, Quarterback; Evan Percivial, Tackle; Jack 

Christensen, Quarterback; Stanley Ammold, Quarterback. 

FRESHMAN FOOTBALL 



Freshman competition with other colleges was dropped 
this year due to a new Rocky Mountain Conference ruling. 
To offset this, an intra-university football league was form- 
ed to give the boys the needed playing experience. The 
Kittens were divided into two squads, the Browns and the 
Golds. These two teams and the Junior Varsity formed 
the league. While the Junior Varsity won first, a picked 
team from the Freshmen squad had little difficulty in han- 
ding the Jayvees a o-O setback. 



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VARSITY 



LaVar Kump 
Forward 





Frank Wright 
Forward 



Utah Aggies 32, B. Y. U. 39 
Utah Aggies 51, B. Y. U. 41 
A crippled band of Cougars won handily from 
the champions on the first night. The win clinch- 
ed the runner-up spot in Western division play. 

Montana State 40, B. Y. U. 45 
Montana State 42, B. Y. U. 40 
Utah Aggies took two from Utah, leaving the 
traveling Cougars in a deadlock with the Bob- 
cats for second place in team standings. 

U. of U. 34, B. Y. U. 42 
U. of U. 42, B. Y. U. 47 
The Cougars got hot in the little "Y" coop 
and won a couple. Montana surprised the dope- 
slers by dropping Utah State into a tie with the 
Blue and White. 



Ralph Crowton 
Forward 



Hugh Cannon 
Guard 




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BASKETBALL 

Montana State 30, B. Y. U. 63 

Montana State 42, B. Y. U. 39 

Brigham Young "U" was unceremoniosly 

dropped into second place again by the surprise 

victory of the Bobcats. The games were on the 

cougar's floor. 



Marlow Turpin 
Forward 




Utah Aggies 36, B. Y. U. 35 

Utah Aggies 37, B. Y. U. 33 

Hopes for a conference championship went 
glimmering when the Aggies won easily, rubbing 
in Friday night's defeat. 

U. of U. 36, B. Y. U. 35 

U. of U. 36, B. Y. U. 37 

With but fifteen seconds of play left, little 

LaVar Kump swished one from the center line 

to save the week-end for B. Y. U. 



Waller Lyons 
Forward 






Dave Crowton 
Guard 



Walter Brooks 
Guard 




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Back Row: Coach Romney, Marlow Turpin, Hugh Cannon, Ralph Crowton, Earl Giles. 
Front Row. Walter Brooks, Gus Black, Frank Wright, Dave Crowton, Lavar Kurnp. 

VARSITY BASKETBALL 



After a successful trip into Colorado and Nebraska, where 
they won three games and lost three, the Cougars settled 
down during the Christmas holidays and took Four straight 
games from Drake, Nebraska and Fresno State. Their early 
season's showing made the "Y" the favorite to give the 
champion Aggies the most trouble in retaining their title. 
Brigham Young hit their stride early in the season, and the 
strain showed in the last six games. However, a win over 
the Aggies in the last series placed the "Y" team in sec- 
ond position of Western Division basketball. 



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Back Row: Detmers, Christensen, Beckslead, Merrill Waters. 

Front Row: Lenard, Pardoe, Iverson, Booth, Roberts, Coach Kimball. 



FRESHMAN BASKETBALL 



One of the biggest and finest Freshman squads in years 
faced Coach Eddie Kimball as the basketball season o- 
pened. The squad was cut several times during the winter 
quarter. Although the new conference rule kept the Kittens 
out of local league competition, they demonstrated what 
could be expected of them as varsity timber when they 
romped off with the Junior Intermountain A. A. U. title. 
In the Salt Lake tourney, the greenlings defeated some of 
the strongest independent teams in the state. 




VARSITY TRACK 

Brooks 880 G. Gourley 

Brooks, Crane, Canning, 440 
IOO Yard Dash Verney--Shot 






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VARSITY TRACK 

G. Gourley-13 Feet Cannon 

Anderson Schofield 

Black 
Macbeth 

Giles 








Back Row: Golding, Brooks, Giles, Thornton, Roper, Cannon, Waldo, Verney, Black, 

Green, Crane, Barber. 
Front Row: Canning, Andrews, Biddulph, Macbeth, Brooks, Taylor, Warner, Law, 

Schofield, Taylor, Anderson. 

VARSITY TRACK 



TwE B. Y. U. track team, Rocky Mountain champions for 1935, 
looks good to repeat its triumph this season. In the first 
meet of the season, these track men defeated the Univer- 
sity of Utah by a score of 78 to 62. Particularly out- 
standing in the powerful squad are Captain Schofield in 
the IOO and 220 yard dashes, the 220 yard low hurdles, 
and MO high hurdles; Cannon in the discus, Verney in the 
shot and hammer, Brooks in the 440 yard run, Taylor in 
the half mile, Golding in the mile, Andrews in the two 
mile, Campbell in the javelin, and the Gourley brothers, 
George and Lee, in the pole vault. 







Eastmond, Holt, Stoddard, Snow, Stephens, Ballard. 



VARSITY TENNIS 



Coach Fred (Buck) Dixon turned out another good var- 
sity squad this season. The team, composed of Grant Holt, 
George Stoddard, Kirk Stephens, Gordon Snow, Howard 
Ballard, and Tom Eastmond, is headed by co-captains Stod- 
dard and Stephens. After a shaky start in which they lost 
five matches to the University of Utah, the team came 
back to sweep their series with the U. S. A. C. At the 
time of this writing, the team appears to be a serious 
threat to the supremacy of Utah in the Western division 
of the Rocky Mountain Conference. 




Back Row: Rowley, Dean, Lambert, Taylor, Coach Coty. 
Front Row: Jeffrey, Lambert, Croft, Clark. 



WRESTLING 



B. Y. U. lost most of its dual meets this year 
by close decisions. The fall of Merrill Croft and 
Golden Taylor, conference champions of last year, 
came as a surprise to sport dopesters. Croft 
and Taylor came back later in the season to win 
their matches in the Intermountain Olympic try- 
outs. Albert Clark, 118 pound ace, was the only 
Cougar to win a conference title. James Lam- 
bert, Herman Rowley and Carlyle Lambert took 
second places in their weights. 

Conference Scores: 

Utah 38 

Utah Aggies 25 
B. Y. U. 23 




Start of the crosscountry run Intramural wrestling 

Glen Morrill 



Jim Lambert 

Captain-elect 



Vern Waldo 
Director of 
intramurals 



Lawrence Golding 

Lester Whiting 



Under the direction of Vern Waldo, intramural 
athletics became one of the most popular activi- 
ties on the campus. Competition in some form 
was in progress throughout the year. Tennis, 
boxing, wrestling, softball, basketball, and volley- 
ball were the most popular sports. Rapid strides 
have been made in elevating intramural athletics 
to the prominence that they hold on other campi. 




Back Row: King, Hansen, Crosbie, Pehrson, Schofield, Crane 
Center Row: Webb, Jensen, Knight, Rowe, Clark, Kavachivich 
Front Row: Higgins, Woodward, Warner, Tolliver. 



INTRAMURAL BASKETBALL CHAMPIONS 

Climaxing a successful intramural basketball sched- 
ule, which was comprised of two social unit leagues 
and a club league, was the round-robin tourna- 
ment. This tourney, entered by the two top 
teams in each league, was won by the powerful 
Tausig social unit team of the Blue League. 



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Back Row: Stevens, Pardoe, Freestone, Schmiet, Freestone, Smart, Warnick. 
Front Row: Dotty, Graham, Olsen, Graham, Wilson. 

INTRAMURAL SOFTBALL CHAMPIONS 



Outstanding among the intramural activities, 
sponsored by the school during the year, was the 
autumn social unit Softball tournament. The Brick- 
er unit, presenting a veteran, well-balanced team 
with plenty of fight and coordination, finally 
emerged the victors after a heated campaign. 








DALE SCHOFIELD 



HUGH CANNON 



OLYMPIC MEN 

The two outstanding track men of the university this year 
are Captain Dale Schofield and Hugh Cannon. These men 
are candidates for the Olympic team of the United States. 

Schofield is national champion in the 200 meter low 
hurdles. At the Y invitational meet he defeated Miller of 
U. C. L. A., one of the country's best hurdlers, in the 
400 meter low hurdles. He also excels in the MO yard 
high hurdles. With his hurdling ability, he is one of the 
best sprinters in the Rocky Mountain Conference. 

Cannon is one of the best discus men in the nation 
today. His best is slightly over one hundred sixty-one feet. 
Already this year he has thrown the discus over one hun- 
dred fifty feet. 




WOMtN'S SPORTS 



Coeds at the "Y" find enticing ways of keeping 
physically and mentally fit through activity in 
women's sports. Tournaments and inter -class 
competition proves the mettle of those who take 
athletics seriously, while freshmen and upperclass- 
men alike find happy times on moonlight hikes, 
skating and skiing parties, and autumn and spring 
carnivals. 






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Recorder 



Ellen Jackson, 
Vice President 



Oma LeSueur, 
Secretary 



Laura Banner, 
President 



Laura Chadwick 
Reporter 



WOMEN'S ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION 



EVERY girl in activity." Whether she is interested in 
leisure-time sport or in earning points toward a W. A. A. 
symbol or sweater, every girl on the campus is offered a 
wide variety of fascinating sports and gay frolics in the 
W. A. A. program. 

Beginning with the founder's Day tournament in the 
fall, and continuing until the Posture Parade in the spring, 
more than seven hundred girls participated in the activities 
under the direction of Laura Banner, president, assisted by 
Ellen Jackson, Oma LeSueur, Yvonne Henderson, and Laura 
Chadwick. Points toward the symbol and sweater awards 
were earned through inter-class tournaments, intramurals, and 
by individual or social unit participation. 




DANCE CLUB 



These advanced students of the dance find cre- 
ative art in its most inviting form in dance com- 
position and production. The group is under the 
direction of Aline C. Smith with Anna Lou Pe- 
terson acting as president. For the dance revue, 
presented every spring by the physical education 
department, the dance club creates, directs, and 
stages dance compositions which truly depict the 
excellence of their abilities. 




Lorean Lewis, Laerne Jones, Zella Peterson, Laura Banner, Ellen Jackson, Oma LeSueur 

BEAUX ARTS BASKETBALL CHAMPIONS 



The climax of a very tense social unit basketball 
tourney was marked by the victory of the Beaux 
Arts over the Em Anon unit. By virtue of this 
victory the Beaux Arts not only won first place 
in the tournament, but gained permanent posses- 
sion of the trophy awarded by Sears, Roebuck 
Company to the social unit winning this tourney 
for three consecutive years. 





Yvonne Henderson, Faye Greer, Virginia Burr, LaRue Erickson, 

Jean Smith, Laura Banner, Melba Brower. Lyle Woldaway (not in picture) 



JUNIOR BASKETBALL CHAMPIONS 




For the third consecutive year this basketball 
team, now juniors, has captured the honors in the 
most holly contested of all tournaments in the 
women's intramural program, the inter-class series. 
Team play under the most severe competition has 
marked their successes during all three years, 
especially in the very narrow victory over the 
freshman team of this year. 







ALINE C. SMITH 

WILMA JEPPSON 



Eminating an alluring spirit of friendliness and 
enthusiasm, Professor Wilma Jeppson shows her 
genuine interest in the feminine sports progam. 
Aline C. Smith, instructor in dancing, heartily 
supports her in the belief that "the physical ed- 
ucation program should include every girl in ac- 
tivity." Together they have assisted the W. A. 
A. officers tremendously in sponsoring a very suc- 
cessful program of women's sports. 








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WONORARItS 



Rightly are the honoraries named, for they per- 
form a definite service and cultural function; they 
are an integral part of any university life worthy 
of the name. 

Professional groups are organized on the firm 
basis of common interests having as a goal the 
promotion of scholarship and research and the es- 
tablishment of lasting professional friendships. 



Phyllis Dixon 
Afton Hansen 
Alice Todd 
Fern Christensen 
Hazel Anderson 



Elaine DeGraff 
Beth Paxman 
Isabelle Dillman 
Beulah Millet 
Florence Todd 



Helen Young 
Vernis Richards 
Huitau Allred 
Nadine Taylor 
Margret Boyer 



Maurine Murdock 
Lorna Wentz 
Ann Clayson 
Luana Mercer 





WHITE KEY 


Women's Honorary Service and 


Scholastic Organization 


Founded: Decern 


ber l<?3l 


Officers: 




HAZEL ANDERSON 


PRES. 


Afton Hansen 


Vice-pres. 


Luana Mercer 


Sec. £f Treas. 


Huitau Allred 


Editor &■ Historian 


Florence Todd 


Activity Director 


Other members: 




Dona Dastrup 




Wilma Jeppson 




Sponsor: 




Mrs. E. H. Eastmond 





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BLUE KEY 



National Honorary Leadership Fraternity 

Organized at the University of Florida, 1925 

Installed on this campus: Spring, 1932 



Officers: 

FERRON LOSEE 
Vtfrgil Wedge 
Ray McGuire 
Other members: 

Hugh Cannon 
Ott Romney 



PRES. 

Vice-pres. 
Sec. 

Kirk Stephens 



Otto Done 

Gilbert Tolhursl 
John Domina 
Dale Jones 
Merrill Cri 



Leland F. Priday 
E. H. Eastmond 
Shirl Swenson 
Eli K. Clayson 
Albert Swensen 



Cornelius Peterson 
Harold Smith 
Jack Eastmond 
Vincent Newcomer 
Ray McGuire 



Elmer Crowley 
Golden Taylor 
Ferron Losee 
Webster Decker 
Virgil Wedge 
Jack Gibb 



Clifford Young, Jr. 
George H. Hansen 
Tom Eastmond 
Woodrow Mickelsen 
Jay Nelson 
Milton Nelson 




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J. Bruce Ellis 
Arthur Morgan 
George Killian 

Eli Clayson 



Victor Bartholomew 
Harold Smith 
William DeMart 
Glenn Morrill 



Rulon Paxman 
Cornelius Peterson 
Leslie Norton 
LaRelle Nelson 





DELTA PHI 



National honorary fraternity composed of returned missionaries 

Founded at the University of Utah, 1369 

Organized on this campus: October 8, 1931 

Officers: 



HAROLD SMITH 


PRES 


Leslie Norton 


Vice-pres 


Cornelius Peterson 


Treas 


H. Reese Anderson 


Sec 




DELTA PHI 



Other members: 

Eldon Schow 
Leon Frehner 
Fulmer Allred 
Spenser Grow 



Ray Colton 

Frank Harris, Jr. 
Otto Done 
Royden Braithwaite 



Nile Taylor 

Ferron Losee 
Ervin Petersen 

Martin Ririe 



H. Reese Anderson 
James Anderson 
Evan Gardner 
Le Roi Jones 



Gerald Anderson 
Glen Christensen 




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Aaron Brown 
George Bloomfield 
Gordon Snow 

Ross Webb 
Morris Vance 





Elbert Miller 
Verl Whiting 
Chester May 
Devoe Brimhall 
Jack Anderson 



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Frank Swensen 
Cecil Bullock 
Grant Holt 
Cornelius Peterson 
Virgil Wedge 




Cullen Barton 
A. Rex Johnson 
George Stoddard 
Wilford Weight 





ALPHA KAPPA PSI 

National Professional Fraternity of Commerce 

Founded: October 5, 1904, at New York University 

Beta Delta Chapter installed on this campus: January 14, 1928 



JAY NELSON 






PRES. 


Ross Webb 






Vice-pres. 


Chester May 






Sec. 


Len Sterling 






Treas. 


Jack Owen 






Warden 


Jennings Evans 


M 


aster 


of Rituals 


Fred Page 


Pi 


blici 


:y Director 



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Woodrow Mickelsen 
Harold Larson 
Kay Hammond 

Harvey Wilson 
Fred Page 



William Culbrandson 
Clifford Young 
Willard Hayward 
Lowell Crandall 
Wallace Gardner 



George Bird 
Eldon Reece 
Jack Owen 
Evan Gardner 
Gilbert Chatwin 



Jennings Evans 
Aimer Griffith 
Len Sterling 
Robert Hanson 



A. K. Psi Convention 



ALPHA KAPPA PSI 



National Councilor of Southwestern District: 


A. Rex 


Johnson 




Other members: 








Reginald Oakley 






Bert Isaac 


Howard Mc Kenzie 






John Utivich 


Gene Clark 






Reese Anderson 


Henry Bradford 






Glen Borg 


Sterling Strate 










Marcell Bird 
Alicebeth Whiteley 
John Halliday 
Mrs. Marcell Bird 
Bennie Schmiett 



Leland Priday 
Ann Clayson 
Junior Lundquist 
Mary McGregor 
Wilford Weight 



Frank Shaw 
Barbara Perrett 
Harold Laycock 
Wanda Johnson 
Ferris Edgley 



Don Earl 
Joseph Clayson 
Lorraine Bowman 
Douglas Merrill 
Dallin Nielsen 



President 





UPSILON 


CHI MU 


Honorary Music 


Fraternity 


Organized: 


1934 


Officers: 




FRANK SHAW 


PRES. 


Barbara Perrett 


Vice-pres. 


Dallin Nielsen 


Sec. c*- Treas. 


Ann Clayson 


Reporter 


Other members: 




Owen Bingham 


Sterling Callahan 


Homer Wakefield 


Maxine Harris 


Rowena Christensen 









Offic 



OMEGA NU 

Honorary Journalism Fraternity 
Organized: November, 1935 



UDELL JOLLEY 
LaRelle Nelson 



PRES. 
Sec. 



Carlton Culmsee 
Charlotte Nelson 
John Domina 
Afton Clegg 



Gladys Manwaring 
Leland Priday 
Celia Larson 
Reese Faucette 



Roy Hudson 
Elayne Boyle 
LaRelle Nelson 
Marion Piatt 
Udell Jolley 



LaVerl Christensen 
Harrison R. Merrill 
Doyle Green 
Ermel Morton 
Milton Nelson 



President 




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Myrtle Sowards 
Melda Hacking 
Rhoda Young 
Margaret Bigelow 
Barbara Roskelly 



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Pearl Snow 
Irene Rowen 
Jennie B. Knight 
Georgia Maeser 
Fern H. Laudie 



Vilate Elliot 
Edna Bennett 
Wilma Salisbury 
Mrs. Flora Fisher 

Muriel Ferris 





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Alice Reynolds 
Grace Kimball 
Fern Eyring 
Lucille Slaugenhoup 



President 






YESHARA 



Honorary Sorority composed of returned missionaries 
Organized: 1928 



LILA M. HATCH 
Murriel Ferris 
Lucille B. Slaugenhoup 
Erma Bennett 
Grace H. Kimball 



PRES. 

First vice-pres. 

Second vice-pres. 

Sec. Cf Treas. 

Corres. sec. 




Winston Filmore 
Lamar Hoover 
Eugene Larsen 
John Dean 
Bertrand Harrison 



Martin Paxman 
Margaret Hardy 
John McGuire 
Walter Hoge 
Carlyle Lambert 



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BETA BETA BETA 

International honorary biological fraternity. 

Established January 31, 1931 

First organized: 1922, Oaklahoma City. 

Officers: 

KENNETH DUKE PRES. 

Jack McGuire Vice-pres. 

Margaret Hardy Sec. &■ Treas. 

Vasco M. Tanner Fac. Sponsor 

Other members: 

Vasco Tanner George Cornish 

Teut Becker James W. Bee 

Lynn Hayward Erwin Hendersen 

Thomas L. Martin Richard Frandsen 

Arlo Messinger Lee Berry 



Doyle Cranney 
Forest Bird 
Antone Nisson 
Victor Freestone 
Harvey Moore 



Burton Hunt 
Max Jones 

Paul Christensen 
Anthony Woolf 
Roscoe Nelson 







Allhea Marsden 
Virginia Blackwel 
Lalovi Fish 



Jean Smith 
Maxine Folster 



Lyle Holdaway 
Irene S. Barlow 
Mary Hacking 
Myrtle Sowards 
Rhean McAllister 



Effie Warnick 
Vilate Elliott 
Helen Janssen 
Laura Merrill 
Beulah Swen 



May Billings 
Edna Ellsworth 
Marion Arnold 
Edna Starr 
Virginia Kimball 



Alpha Robison 
Irene Biooksby 
Eva Poulson 
Virginia Booth 
Estella Mortensen 
Reha Johnson 







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6AMMA PHI OMICRON 



Honorary Home Economics 


Sorority 




Organized: 


1926 








Officers: 










ALPHA ROBISON 








PRES. 


Rhean McAllister 








Vice-pres. 


Virginia Kimball 






Sec. 


<S- Treas. 


Irene Brooksby 








Historian 


Edna Ellsworth 








Reporter 


Other members: 










Gwen Biddui,)h 










LaDema Nance 











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PHI DELTA PI 



Alta Spaulding 
Beth Stout 
Virginia Burr 
Afton Hansen 

Afton Hodson 
Ida Hoffman 
La Rue Erickson 
Hazel Anderson 

Laura Chadwick 
Ruth Romer 

Ina Lindsay 
Rose Kirkham 



Yvonne Henderson 

Eda Ashby 



National Professional Physical Education Sorority 

Organized at Indianapolis, Indiana, 1916 

XI Chapter installed on this campus: November 21, 1931 



Offic 



Spons 



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AFTON HANSEN 




PRES. 


Dona Dastrup 




Vice-pres. 


Virginia Burr 




Sec. 


La Rue Erickson 




Corres. Sec. 


Ruth Romer 




Treas. 


Ina Lindsey 




Chaplain 


Eda Ashby 


Serg 


eant at Arms 


Yvonne Henderson 




Editor 


Wilma Jeppson 


Aline C. Smith 




T Earl Pardoe 
Lorna Wentz 
Warren Kirk 
Tess Packard 
Webster Decker 
Hermese Broadbent 



Elmer Crowley 
Wayne Rogers 
Beth Paxman 
Milton Nelsor 
Margret Boyer 
Sam Sorenson 



Shirl Swenson 
Helen Young 
Guy Callahan 
Hazel Anderson 
Bill Goodman 
Maza Christenser 



Elaine De Graff 
Clifton Boyack 
Leola Green 
Ariel Davis 
Nadine Taylor 



Gilbert Tolhurst 
Mary McGregor 
Alonzo Morley 
Fern Christensen 
Jack Gibb 




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National Dramatic Fraternity 
Founded at Stillwater College in 1919 
Utah Beta chapter installed on this campus: 192* 



Officers: 

ALLEN SORENSEN 

Fern Christensen 

Helen Young 
Other members: 

Leona Eitel 



PRES. 

Vice-ores. 

Sec. &■ Treas. 



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SOCIAL UNITS 






Under the veneer of hectic pledging, racing for 
social leadership, staging sensational parties, and 
practicing Vodie stunts is the core of genuine 
friendship that makes the Unit system live and 
perpetuate itself. Vikings, Val Norns, Brickers, 
or Cestas-- there's that something about them 
that makes for cherished memories that live long 
after graduation. Take m or leave'm--they're part 
of what makes college college. 



Ruth Horr 
Thelma Harris 
Ruth Merrill 
Audrey Rassmusson 



Mary Jane Savage 
Marion Arnold 
LaPreal Winterton 




Anneliese Buggert 
Jennie Swendsen 
Betty Hyde 

Arline Allred 



LUANA MERCER 
Virginia Lortz 
Marguerite Sundberg 
Gladys Manwaring 
Audrey Rasmusson 



PRES. 

Vice-pres. 

Sec. O- Treas. 

Reporter 

Ath. Mgr. 



Mary McGregor 
Ethel Eyring 
Marguerite Sundberg 
Beth Richards 



Virginia Lortz 
Gladys Manwaring 

Huitau Allred 
Elayne Boyle 










Other members: 

Audrey Harris 
Helen Holbrook 
Dorcas Richards 



Miss Alice Louise Reynolds 
Mrs. Maurine Bryner 






Blanche Burdick 
Vira Henrie 
Melba Heninger 
Fern Christensen 



Beatrice Brown 
Maxine Anderson 
Elaine DeGraff 
Neva Hanson 



Ora Christensen 
Afton Tucker 
Blanche McEwan 
Marjorie Seegmiller 



Ruth Prusse 

Gwen Wagstaff 
Mildred Stewart 
Orlene Speckart 



President 





FIDELAS 

Organized: 1928 



off;, 



ELAINE DEGRAFF 
Orlene Speckart 
Neva Hanson 
Helen Ashton 



PRES. 

Vice-ores. 

Sec. cVTreas. 

Reporter. 



Helene Smart 

Helen Ellison 
Leona Nelson 
Bernice Cash 



Helen Ashton 
Vivian Jones 

Birdie Gardner 
Mary Brown 



Wilma Salisbury 
Madlyn Anderson 
Ann Clayson 
Ethel Anderson 







Ruby Olson 

Pearl Glissmeyer 
Alta Spalding 
Afton Hansen 



Other members: 

Gail Mickelsen 



Floral Lemon 
Clara Korth 
Amy Wagstaff 
Gwenne Daniels 



Margaret Petersen 
Laura Swensen 
LaRaine Swensen 
Virginia Meiling 



Mae Markham 
Maude Redd 
Norma Perkins 

Beth Prince 



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Lyle Holdaway 
Pauline Pace 
Josie Todd 
Edith Hey wood 
Margret Boyer 



President 
■■I > 



PRES. 

Vice-pres. 
Sec. 




Melba Brower 
Maxine Turner 
Eloise Welch 

Nola Comer 



Gladys Markham 
Madelyn Wilkins 

Gernice Oblad 
Elcee Law 



Rose Cox 

Variola Fairbanks 
Dorothy McGuire 
Frances Johnson 



Eva Madsen 
Carol Remund 
Beth Stout 
Jean Smith 
Phyllis Daniels 



Vice-president 



LA VADIS 



Sponsor: 



Mrs. L. L. Cullimore 

Other member*. 

Beth Checketts 
Mildred G. Dean 
Ruth Grames 




Margaret Thomas 
Beulah Carlston 
Clara White 
Ruth Prigmore 



Lillieth Van Dam 
Opal Christensen 
Emma Lou Spencer 
Lola Jensen 




Dorothy Brough 
Margaret Crowther 
Erva Wright 
Eda Ashby 
Merene Redd 



REVA VICKERS 
Dearwyn Sardoni 
Elda Neves 
Hazel Glover 
Emma Spencer 



PRES 

Vice-pres. 

Sec. <S-Treas. 

Reporter 

Librarian 



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LES CECILIENNES 






Sponsor: 

Margaret Summerhays 

Other members: 

Margaret Lambert 
Fay Page 
Gwena Clark 



Louise Barton 
Eva Poulson 
June Bateman 
Blanche Swart 



Lucille Glover 
Dorothy Dean Hoggan 
Betty Ann Torgeson 
Afton Shaw 



Margaret Parker 
Dearwyn Sardoni 
Charlotte Nelson 
Hazel Glover 
Elda Neves 



Secretary and Treasurer 




Faye Jeppson 
Ellen Binns 

Mary Green 
Rose Kirkham 



Ruth Calder 

Emma Zabriskie 
Ruth Crane 
Leola Green 



Jean Summers 
Beth Pratt 
Helen Devey 

Faye Greer 



President 





NAUTILUS 

Organized: 1920 



Offi, 



ANITA SMOOT 
Orlene Boyden 
Emma Zabriskie 
Martha Coleman 



PRES. 

Vice-pres. 

Sec. <&• Treas. 

Reporter 




NAUTILUS 



Other members: 

Rowena Christensen 
Shirley Redd 
Helen Swensen 



Daralyn Chambers 

Geraldine Beck 

Helen Young 



Spori 



Mrs. Fred Dixon 



Mary Rowe 

Margaret Christensen 
Barbara Hanson 
Martha Coleman 



Ruth Paxman 
Vernis Richards 
Orlene Boyden 

Ruth Dixon 



Helen Robinson 
Pearl Youkstetter 
Helen Ward 
Jean Cannon 



N. L Informal 




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Ines Hunter 
Afton Johnson 
Anna Lou Peterson 
Helen Clark 



Maurine Murdock 
Phyllis Dixon 
Jean Danvers 



Roslyn Eddington 



Sybil Webb 
Merlyn Romney 
Myrtle Sowards 
Lorna Wentz 



La Rue Erickson 



President 





O. S. TROVATA 



Organized: 1919 



Offi. 



JESSE K. MANGUM 
Jean Danvers 
Maurine Murdock 
Merlyn Romney 
Lorna Wentz 



PRES. 

Vice-pres. 

Treas. 

Sec. 

Reporter 




Lucille Powelson 
Faye Graham 
Ruth Taylor 
Maza Christensen 



Edith Linford 

Florence Poulson 
Elithe Fillmore 
Hermese Broadbent 



Afton Hodson 
Norma Jackson 
Viola Evans 
Katherine Davis 
Allese Duffin 

Vice-President 



O. S. TROVATA 



Sponsor: 



Mrs. Karl E. Young 

Other members: 

Jennie Romney 
Beulah Sowards 
Isabel Ridges 
Jean Halverson 
Norma Wright 



Beth Jenkins 
Maxine Chaffin 
Virginia Hunter 
Dixie Richmond 
Myrtle Sowards 




Rilla Jacobson 
Lucille Morgan 
Louise Mayer 

3wen Cornun 



Eleanor Brown 
Althea Marsden 
Gwen Kimball 
Jessie Johnson 



Rosella Wright 

Marie Bestelmeyer 
Aenone Woolf 
Nedra Simpkins 
Glenna Stephens 





TA LENTA 



OFfi. 



Organized: 


1932 




ALTHEA MARSDEN 




PRES. 


Florence Judd 




Vice-pres. 


Rilla Jacobson 




Sec. Cf Treas. 


Ellen Anderson 




Reporter 


Sally Jane Flowers 




Sergeant at Arms 




Other members: 

Maurine Nelson 
Sylvia Young 
Zella Cornaby 



Sponsor 



Mrs. Wayne B. Hales 



Margaret Bell 
Eleanor Moore 
Verle Allen 
Sarah Jane Flowers 



Mabel Jensen 
Ellen Anderson 
Lois Peterson 
Dorothy Janson 



Florence Judd 
Iwa Layton 
Marie Elliot 
Rhean McAllister 
Marjorie Gadd 



Vice-president 



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Alice Todd 
Leah Harris 
Afton Judd 
Phillipa Rushton 



Laura Merrill 
Patricia Lodge 
Geraldine Eggertson 
Beulah Millet 



Beulah Hinckley 
Florence Todd 
Hazel Anderson 
Helen Harris 
Margaret Taylo 

President 





Offic 



VAL NORN 




Organized: 


1928 




HELEN HARRIS 
Carol Bennett 
Alice Todd 




PRES. 

Vice-pres. 

Treas. 


Roxey Romney 
Zina Hinckley 
Mary Ellen Stoddard 




Sec. 

Reporter 

Ath. Mgr. 



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VAL NORN 



Other members: 

Carol Bennett 
Zina Hinckley 
Mary Ellen Stoddard 



Sponsors: 



Mrs. Le Roy Robertson 
Mrs. Alonzo Morley 



I la Bowen 
Marie Tutlle 
Dorothy Greenwood 
Margie Culler 



Roxey Romney 
Theresa Hansen 
Ella Greenwood 
Margaret Smart 



Beth Paxman 
Nadine Taylor 
Frances Seaton 
Irma Stowell 
Marjorie Straw 



Vice-president 




Elvira Jenkins 
Sylva Anderson 
Ferol Hassel 
June Fames 
Elaine Bott 



Arma Laye 
Thora Cowley 
Louise Smith 
Fay Lund 
Rhoda Laye 



Dagmar Miller 
Phyllis Hermansen 
Geneel Oldroyd 
Velma Merrill 
Roene Curtis 
Beulah Swenson 



Celia Larson 
Ednal Shanks 
Oleah Rockwood 
Lila Menzies 
Una Barton 
Afton Kay 



ident 





ALTA MITHRAS 




Organized: 


1933 






Officers: 








EDNAL SHANKS 






PRES. 


Afton Kay 






Vice-pres. 


Lila Menzies 




Sec 


&■ Treas. 


Celia Larson 






Reporter. 


Sponsor: 








Mrs. Russel Swenson 








Other members: 








Marjorie Foote 








Phyllis Whitoeck 









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Beth Knudsen 
Dixie Belnap 
Louise Russell 
Virtue Fischer 
Gwendolyn Powel 



Adele Towers 
Virga Bartholomew 
Mary Crosby 
Kathryn Powell 
Laurel Mil 



Florence Pierce 
Margaret Tholen 
Stella Frisby 
Phyllis Bant 
Naomi Maycock 



Lola Despain 
Edith Petersen 
Minnie Hardman 
Marjorie Wagers 
Glenna Wood 



Irene Mitchell 
Arvilla Olsen 
Beth Soffe 
Orpha Soffe 
Anna Hardman 



EM ANON 

Organized: 1933 



off;. 



Sponsor 



MARJORIE WAGERS PRES. 

Louise Russell Vice-pres. 

Lola Despain Sec. cV Treas. 

Beth Soffe Reporter cV Historian 

Virginia Keeler 



Other members: 

Ruth Mendenhall 



Margeurite Er.nis 
Afton Davies 
Clarcia Ashcroft 
Ireta Eagar 



Oa J. Lloyd 
Lena Crosby 

Maurine Hacking 
Inez Blazzard 



Eleanor Blazzard 
Margaret Hardy 

Lola Hacking 
Virginia Kimbal 





LA 


DEJA 




Organized: 1931 




Officers: 






IDA HOFFMAN 




PRES. 


Maurine Hacking 




Vice-pres. 


Phyllis Mabey 




Sec. £f Treas. 


Sponsor: 






Mrs. Oa J. Lloyd 






Other members: 






Phyllis Mabey 




Ruth Smith 







THALIANS 



Organized: 1933 
Officers: 

ISABELLE DILLMAN 

Georgia Olsen 

Myrtle Tanner 

Wanda Johnson 
Other members: 

Faye Van Wagenen 

Ardelle Threet 

Roann Threet 
Sponsors: 

Mrs. Lynn Hayward 



PRES. 

Vice-pres. 

Sec. 

Reporter 

Ailen Lyon 
.ucille Johnson 



Mrs. A. C. Lambert 



Delia Houtz 

Elva Wignall 
Ethel Karren 
Mozelle Houtz 



lone Johnson 
Isabelle Dillman 
Ruth Whitney 

Wanda Johnson 



Ruby Willardsen 
Reva Jackson 
Myrtle Tanner 

lola Jensen 



Georgia Olsen 

Dorothy Bowman 




Mrs. George Ballif 



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Allen Firmage 
Jim Freestone 
John Dean 
Bennie Schmiett 



Arthur Welch 

Ellis Doty 
Malcolm Johnson 

Frank Harris 



Richard Clark 
Woodrow Wilson 
Albert Freestone 
Ralph Alder 
Albert Swenson 




Other members: 

Sydney Boyle 
Hugh Cannon 
Albert Clark 



Don Warnick 

Reed Oldroyd 

Marion J. Olsen 



Sponsor 



Clarence S. Boyle 





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GOLD BRICKERS 



Organized: 1917 



Off;, 



Jack Eastmond 
Wayne Mc Intire 

Ferron Losee 

Ray Greene 



FERRON LOSEE 
Mac Johnson 
Grant Holt 

Marion Olsen 



PRES. 

Vice-pres. 

Sec. 

Treas. 



Malcolm Booth 
Richard Graham 
Frank Van Wagenen 
Willie Stevens 




Roy Hudson 
Cornelius Peterson 
Tom Eastmond 
Edwin Smart 
Floyd Mc Intire 



Maurice Clayton 
Ellis Graham 
Foster Evans 
Bill Reeder 
Royden Braithwaite 







Vincent Newcomer 
Lincoln Gardner 
Thornton Booth 
John Lewis 



Barratt Chadwick 
Glen Borg 
Harold Laycock 
Ariel Davis 



Milton Jacob 
Guy Callahan 

Delwin Johnson 

Kent Clark 



Bruce Ellis 
Marion Harding 
Fred Kartchner 

Joe Pace 



President 





Offic 



BRIGADIER 

Organized: 1931 



RAY McGUIRE 
Fred Kartchner 
Cullen Barton 

Other members: 

Sterling Callahan 
Horace Christensen 



PRES. 

Vice-pres. 

Sec. Cr- Treas. 



Jack Burton 
Max Russell 




Wayne Rogers 
Elmer Crowley 
Howard Peterson 
James McGuire 



William Gulbrandson 
Rondo Law 
John McGuire 
Merrill Croft 



Aavard Rigby 

Douglas Merrill 
Merlin Bishop 
Milton Nelson 



Bruce Barclay 
David Sabin 
Cullen Barton 
Anthony Woolf 



Brigadier Informal 



BRIGADIER 



Other members: 

Levi Reynolds 
Joe Seetaler 
Jack Adams 
Robert Detmers 
Ross Pickett 



LaVar Kump 

Ed Clyde 

Ivan Graham 

Ray Kartchner 

Don Conover 




Ray Crosbie 
Hugh Leonard 
Verden Wightman 
Meldon Warner 



Jack Learning 
Jim Benton 
Gerald Lynn 

Dale Schofield 



Reed Crane 
Grant Hansen 
Rex Straw 
Gilman Jensen 





TAUSIGS 



Organized: 1920 



Off,, 



PHILIP KNIGHT 
Owen Rowe 
DeVoe Bnmhall 
Melvin Kavachevich 
Ross Webb 



PRES. 

Vice-pres. 

Sec. 

Treas. cV Ath. Mgr. 

Warden 



Sponsor: 



A. Rex Johnson 




TAUSIGS 



Other members: 

Dwight King 
Coy J. Clark 
Lloyd Wignall 
William Toliver 
George Pehrson 



Gerald Gillispie 

Russell Foutz 

Paul McBeth 

Gerald Simmons 

Grant Petersen 



Philip Knight 
Verl Meyrick 

Francis Rowe 
DeVoe Brimhall 



Merrill Waters 
Jack Woodward 
Owen Rowe 

Ross Webb 



Verl Harrison 
Gene Baker 
Melvin Kavachevich 
Drew Lenard 



Orgill Aylett 
Bill Hayward 

James Fernley 

Virgil Wedge 



Chester May 
Clark Neilson 
Herbert Taylor 
George Warnick 



Vincent Redd 

Glade Jorgensen 

Harvey Wilson 



President. 





Offi. 



VAL HYRICS 



Organized: 1928 



MAX MARQUARDSON 
Howard Ballard 
Herbert Taylor 
Deane Alsop 



226 



PRES. 

Vice-pres. 

Ath. Mgr. 

Sec. &• Treas. 



226 




VAL HYRICS 



Other members: 

Grant Baker 
Earl Hinckley 



Don Greenwood 
Sylvan Stephens 



Formal dinner-dance 



Winston Fillmore 
Allan Madsen 
Howard Ballard 
Roy Nickerson 



Phil Ashworth 
Calvin Swenson 
Blaine Hart 
Woodrow Mickelsen 



Deane Alsop 

Floyd Brienholt 

Fred Stevenson 




227 



Niles Wing 
Tom Peterson 
Jay Nelson 
Wallace Gardner 



Garth Olsen 
Elmer Griffith 

Boyd Page 

Drews Riska 



Jennings Evans 
George Bird 
Roy Hammond 
Kay Hammond 
Glade Anderson 



Vern Hales 
Gilbert Tolhurst 
Verl Whiting 

Dale Jones 
Walter Hoge 



President 





VIKINGS 



Organized: 


1928 




ELMER GRIFFITH 




PRES 


Roy Hammond 




Vice-pres. 


Verl Whiting 




Sec. 


Vern Hales 




Treas 



!8 



Charles Fletcher 
Bill Hcwe 

Frank Swenson 

Ezra Clark 



Jay Schofield 

Deloy McMullin 
Sterling Strate 
George Stoddard 



Marlowe Wootten 
Bob Buswell 
Harold Larsen 
Fred Page 
Bert Fulmer 




Other members: 

Weldon Aldredge 
Alton Merr 
Kirk Stephens 
Everett Pullen 
Max Halverson 

Sponsor: 

Karl E. Young 



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Paxman Martin 
James Harris 
Harold Larsen 
Ermel Morton 



Don Call 
Everett Jorgensen 
Thell Bailey 
Ronald Larsen 



Eugene Larsen 
Darrel Milliner 
Reese Faucette 
Raymond Hashitani 



Dale Fitzgerald 
James Dudley 

Dean Turner 
Karl Brand 



President 





MATES 



Organized: 1927 
Officers: 

EVERETT JORGENSEN 

Ermel J. Morton 

Thell Bailey 

Paxman Martin cV Walter Jensen 

Reese E. Faucette 
Other members: 

Howard Dixon 



CAPTAIN. 
First Mate. 
Logkeeper. 
Ath. Mgrs. 
Bus. Mgr. 



Leo Frazier 
Carlos Phillips Ronald Fitzgerald 




CLUBS 



One need only attend Monday devotionals to 
learn of the important part clubs have to play 
in the life at the "Y". No matter where one 
comes from or what one does, there's a place 
for him in one of the geographical clubs organ- 
ized by students from adjacent counties and 
stales, in the active Cosmopolitan club or in one 
of the language or semi-professional clubs. 







Morris Winward 
Arta Lind 
Francis Bahr 
Grace Oliverson 
Lee Nokelby 
Emma Spencer 



Garnet Green 
Bennet Jacobs 
Melba Clark 
Raymond Hashitani 
Marjorie Killpack 
Dwaine Richins 



Chester May 
Margaret Parker 
Mark Siepert 
Helen Kelsey 
Elmer Crowley 
Beth Richardson 



Melba Gerrard 
Melvin Roberts 
Ruth Rasmussen 
Herbert Larson 
Otella Watson 
Max Benson 



PRES. 

Vice-pres. 

Sec. 








IDAHO CLUB 

Other members: 

Maxine Hammond 



June Martineau 
Betly Torgeson 
Bernece Johnson 
Marvin Metcalf 
June Bateman 
Lois Thornton 



Ivy Manning 
Neil Mc Knight 
Dixie Belnap 
Nolan Oswald 
LaVere Loveland 
Harold Ball 



Mildred Young 
Vernon Ball 
Virginia Lortz 
Delwin Johnston 
Amy Brinton 
Morris Vance 



Marlowe Wooton 
Betty Morgan 
Vern Moncur 
LaRelle Nelson 
Erma Stowell 
Golden Ward 



Edna Ellsworth 
Barbara Perrett 
Nile Taylor 
Lois Choules 
Fred Rigby 
Horlense Belnap 



Vice-president 




Vern Moon 
Marjorie Moon 
Elmo Nelson 
Ma Ree Nelson 
Maurice Lambert 
Laurel Hill 

Virginia Benson 
Bob Brown 
Sylvia Smith 
Madge Jacobs 
Grant Pickup 
Pauline Pace 

Ray Colton 
Mary Hacking 
Heber Kimball 
Clark Neilson 
Olive Lemon 
George Strebel 

Boneta LeBeau 
Sam Calder 
Thelma Wall 
Clara Colton 
Paul Murphy 
Lorna Colton 

Emil Jones 
Madelyn Wilkins 
Isabelle Dillman 
Chloe Broadhead 
Margaret Dudley 
Ross Fitkau 

lone Johnson 
Clair Pickup 
Reed Clegg 
Earl Calder 
Claude Woolley 
James Dudley 



President 




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UINTAH CLUB 

Organization composed of students from the Uintah Basin. 
Organized October I, 1924. 



Off, 



GLENN MORRILL 
Paul Murphy 
Phyllis Daniels 



ORES 

Vice-pres. 
Sec. 







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/£ 








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UINTAH CLUB 


Other members: 




Nathan Allen 


Claud Cooper 


Marian Dudley 


Donna Billings 


Eunice Murray 


Alex Wooley 


Gerald Caldwell 


Quintin Utley 


Earl Dillman 


Frank Postma 


Connie Denver 


Helen Durphy 


Rex Curray 





Afton Clegg 
Ardelle Galloway 
Ruth Wall 
Kenneth Aycock 
Oral Mackay 
Callis Billings 

Dora Moon 
Lyman Davies 
Floral Lemon 
Ruth Calder 
Max Seeley 
Florence Hacking 

Jack Cook 
Ethel Karren 
Robert Cooper 
Floyd Goodrich 
Rose Marie Edwards 
Levi Kitchen 

Calva Jorgensen 
Mulford Aycock 
Blanch Lublin 
Anna Hardman 
Francis Bahr 
Phyllis Daniels 

Woodrow Young 
Guy Percival 
Minnie Hardman 
Carma Wilson 
Wanda Johnson 
Theron Lambert 

Lawrence Murray 
Ralph Shields 
Elmo Colton 
Joe Winder 
Vernon Roper 
Leo Hacking 



Vice-president 




Lalovi Fish 
Rex Bigler 
Ethel Eyring 
Guida Smith 
John Verney 
Ireta Eagar 



Harold Smith 
Leola Layton 
Woodrow LeSueur 
Verla Call 
Gordon LeSueur 
Velma Merril 



Sybil Webb 

Lester Whiting 
Claricia Ashcroft 
Maxwell Butler 
Ruth Merrill 
Errol Brown 



Idona Rencher 
Glenaveve Decker 
Albert Freestone 
Marguerite Ennis 
Paul Nicholes 
Mary Petersen 



Oma LeSueur 
Laverl Hall 
Maurine Clark 
Beatrice Rogers 
Lin Maxwell 



sident 




fSH 










Off 



ARIZONA CLUB 




Organization composed of 


students from Arizona 


Organized 


1912 




cers: 






OTTO DONE 




PRES 


Donna Dastrup 


First 


vice-pres 


Ruth Merrill 


Second 


•ice. pres 


Melvin Crosby 




Sec 


Ireta Eagar 




Treas 



Lee Berry &■ Gordon LeSueur Social Mgrs. 

Woodrow Le Sueur Men's Ath. Mgr. 

Oma LeSueur Women's Ath. Mgr. 

Errol Brown Reporter 



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CANADIAN CLUB 

Organization composed of students from Canada 
Organized: 1935 



Offi, 



WALTER PITCHER 
Harold Laycock 
Alice Briggs 



PRES. 

Vice-pres. 

Sec. 



Virginia Heninger 
Earl Bascom 
Melba Heninger 
Wilbur Woolf 
Hilda Payne 



Harold Laycock 
Aenone Woolf 
Leonard Watson 
Alice Briggs 
Anthony Woolf 



Althea Marsden 
Fay Walker 
Afton Higgs 
Golden L Woolf 
Helen Brandley 



Edsel Peterson 
Marie Brandley 
Mary Knight 
Fred Spackman 
Eunice Hardy 



Dean Peterson 
Wayne Hacking 
Vern Olson 
William Forsyth 
Walter Pitcher 




McKay Allred 
Estella Mortensen 
Webster Decker 
Ruby Horr 
Thell Bailey 



Wanda Jensen 
Francis Faucette 
Dearwyn Sardoni 
Ralph Christensen 
Gwendolyn Cornum 



Blaine Standifird 
Ruth Horr 
Walter Jensen 
Arlo Brady 
Lenna Holman 



Tom Petersen 
Doris Black 
Jack Woodward 
Leo Brady 
LaVere Bagwel 



President 





COLORADO CLUB 



Organization composed of 


st 


udents 


from Colorado 


Organized 


1932 




Officers: 








REESE FAUCETTE 






PRES. 


Lenna Holman 






Vice-pres. 


Gwendolyn Cornum 






Sec. 


Arlo Brady 






Ath. Mgr. 


Other members: 








Dee Shawcroft 






Elaine Christensen 


Maud Shawcroft 






Floyd Mortensen 


Elda Jackson 






Melvern Wheeler 


Marguerite Lambert 









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INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS 



Organized: 


1931 




Officers: 






RAY COLTON 




PRES. 


Marjorie Wagers 




Vice-pres. 


Merline Gardner 




Sec. 


O. M. Wilson 




Faculty Advisor 


Other members: 






Florence Pierce 




Jack Spencer 


Thomas Acree 




Prof. Snow 


Dean White 




Pres. Harris 


Milton Grimes 




A. F. Moffett 


Teut Becker 







Minnie Hardman 
Sarah Nickerson 
Reid Bradford 
Gilbert Meldrum 
Louise Mayer 
June Bateman 



Rinda T. Abegg 
Harriet Merrill 
Ray Colton 
Margaret Thomas 
Gilbert Chatwin 
Madge Jacobs 



Cullen Barton 
Frank Hess 
Darlene Owens 
Anna Hardman 
O. Meredith Wilson 
Karl Black 



Arden Westman 
Beth Roberts 
Glenaveve Decker 
Marjorie Wagers 

Merline Gardner 
Jessie Holt 



President 



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Helen Janssen 
Arvilla Olsen 
Bennie Schmiett 
Afton Shaw 
Waldo Page 
Bernice Cash 



Beth Soffe 
Origill Aylett 
June Smith 
Dorothy Greenwood 
Mont Stephenson 
Virtue Fischer 



Joe E. Brown 
Vilate Butterfield 
Drews Riska 
Walter Nosack 
Gwen Kimball 
Brian Hutchings 



Beatrice Bateman 
Doyle Green 
Woodrow Mickelsen 
Orpha Soffe 
Darrel Soffe 
Wayne Soffe 
Eloise Welch 



Edith Petersen 
Henry Jensen 
Harold Larson 

Leah Holt 
Stanley Burgon 
Moedl Steadman 
Ella Greenwood 



President 





JORDAN CLUB 

Organization composed of students from Jordan High School 
Organized 1933 



Offi, 



DELOY MCMULLIN 
Dorothy Greenwood 
Ella Greenwood 
Doyle Green 
Howard Ballard 
Mont Stephensen 






PRES. 

Vice-pres. 

Sec. £f Treas. 

Membership Chairman 

Reporter 

Ath Mgr. 




MILLARD CLUB 

Organization of students from Millard County 
Organized: 1919 



Officers: 






EVAN G. GARDNER 


PRES. 


Utahna Peterson 




Vice-pres. 


Sonoma Robins 




Sec. €f Treas. 


Clifton Boyack 




Reporter 


Other Members: 






Lloyd Schlappi 
Margarefc Peterson 










Gretha Petersen 






Adair Smith 






X 


v 




r 






A 







Melvin Ashby 
Utahna Peterson 
Rae Starley 
LaPrele Memmott 
Avard Rigby 



Winnie Walker 
Clifton Boyack 
lola Robinson 
Merlin Christensen 
Maxine Watts 



Ivy Roberts 
Verdell Rigby 
Mary Black 
Mary Hopkins 
Vernon Roper 
Elcee Law 



Merlin Bishop 
Inez Skeem 
LaVerl Christensen 
Sonoma Robins 
Wanda Steel 
Verdell Bishop 



President 



Ruby Willardsen 
Glendale Larson 
Margaret Winters 
Royden Braithwaite 
Fay Lund 



Ralph Britsch 
Phyllis Hermansen 
Bruce Ellis 
Louie Jean Miner 
Waldo Christensen 



Beulah Carlston 
George Anderson 
Ana Jensen 
Allan Madsen 
Eva Poulson 



Floyd Breinholt 
Louise Barton 
Delbert Miner 
Ruby Olsen 
Devon Sanderson 



Opal Christensen 
Verl H. Meyrick 
Elma Anderson 
Rae Anderson 
Elaine Sorenser 



President 




SAN PETE CLUB 

Organization composed of students from San Pete County 
Established: 1926 



Officers: 




H. REESE ANDERSON 


PRES. 


Eva Poulson 


Vice-pres. 


Elma Anderson 


Sec. 


J. Bruce Ellis 


Reporter 


Other members: 




O. Worth Bench 




Eugene Petersen 




Darwin Allred 






NEVADA CLUB 

Organization composed of students from the state of Nevada 
Organized: 1935 

Officers: 



DON EARL 


PRES. 


Verle Allen 


Vice-pres. 


Sam C. Dase 


Sec. 


Leonard Cook 


Ath. Mgr. 


Sarah Jane Flowers 


Reporter 


Other members: 




Earl Hinkley 


LaVerne Jones 


Mary K. Larsen 


Mark Murray 


Ellen Warner 


Jay Leavitt 



Hafen Leavitt 

Dora Shellenberger 
James Fernley 
Lorean Lewis 



Alpha Robinson 
Sam Dase 

Sarah Flowers 
Virgil Wedge 



Thomas Hemingway 
Ednal Shanks 
Gerald Anderson 

La Rue Ramsay 



Randall Frehner 
Newell Robinson 
Verle Allen 
Leon Frehner 



President 



Lincoln Gardner 
Bert Asay 
Vern Waldo 
Vaughn Lloyd 



Jack Stringham 

Boneta LeBeau 
Nola Comer 
Dale Schofield 



Marlow Turpin 
Clifford Young 
Douglas Merrill 
Herbert Taylor 
Merrill Croft 



Marlowe Wooton 
Jack Woodward 
Grant Holt 
James Lambert 
Meldon Warner 



President 





BLOCK "Y" CLUB 

Organization composed of students who have won a 

block "Y" for participating in intercollegiate athletic, or 

forensic competition. 

Officers: 



GOLDEN TAYLOR 


PRES. 


Jack Woodward 


Vice-pres. 


Darlene Owens 


Sec. <&- Treas. 


Kirk Stephens 


Sergeant at Arms 


Clifton Boyack 


Reporter 


Edwin Kimball 


Sponsor 










BLOCK "Y" CLUB 



Other members: 




Gerald Gillispie 


Hugh Cannon 


La Ray Alexander 


Ralph Crowton 


George Pehrson 


Gus Black 


LeGrande Tea 


LaVar Kump 


Wayne Cook 


Jack Spencer 


Charles Oaks 


Albert Clark 


Earl Giles 


Kirk Stephens 


Alfred Canning 


George Gourley 


Gerald Simmons 


Laurence Goulding 


Paul McBeth 


Elbert Campbell 


Kay Hart 


Mennel Taylor 


Bud Barber 





Reed Crane 
Beulah Carlston 

Darlene Owens 

Bill Reeder 



Marjorie Wagers 
Clifton Boyack 
Edwin Kimball 
Madge Jacobs 



Rondo Law 
Golden Taylor 
Mac Johnson 
Tom Eastmond 
Wayne Soffe 



Herman Rowley 
Walter Brooks 
Carlyle Lambert 
George Stoddard 
John Verney 



Vice-president 







John Jensen 
Merrill Christopherson 
A. A. Anderson 
Milton Beck 
Howard Petersen 



Frank Harris Jr. 
Howard Dixon 
Dr. Wayne B. Hales 
Harold McBride 
Stanley Burger 



Wesley Knudson 
Barrett Chadwick 
Henry Nicholes 
Loey Newren 
Ray Green 



Doyle Cranney 
Calvin Swensen 
Fred Kartchner 
Joe Pace 
Eugene Larson 



Jay Olsen 

Doyle Green 
Milton Jacob 

Lynn Stott 
Martin Ririe 



President 




Y EAGLES 



Organization composed of eagle scouts of the university 
Organized: 1931 



Officers: 

CLIFTON BOYACK 
Howard Petersen 
Frank Harris Jr. 

Other members: 

Robert Bird 

Pres. F. S. Harris 

Dr. Carl F. Eyring 



PRES. 

Vice-pres. 

Sec. €f Treas. 



Don Marlensen 
Merrill Croft 
Elbert Miller 



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MASK CLUB 



Off 



Orga 


nization of people especially 
study of drama. 
Organized: (921 


nterested 


in the 


ficers 


ELMER CROWLEY 
Lorna Wentz 
Maza Christensen 




Sec. 


PRES 

Vice-pres 
<f*- Treas 



(Back row) 

Milton Nelson 

Elmer Crowley 

Clifton Boyack 



(Second row) 

Irma Stowell 
Gladys Sorenson 
Hazel Anderson 

Roxey Romney 
Geraldine Eggertson 



(First row) 

Leola Green 
Huitau Allred 
Marguerite Sundburg 
Margaret Peterson 
Mary Mc Gregor 



President 



— <3* 




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GERMAN CLUB 




Front Row: (Reading from Left to Right) Clayson, (President); Watson; Soffe; Paxman, 

(Instructor); Lewis; Robins; Anderson; Eddington; Dixon; Martineau; Stahman; 

Ludlow; Colton; Pond; Hassinger; Steiner; Robinson; Brain; Teitjen; Robinson. 
Second Row: Anderson; Hales; Mclntire; Harris; White; Harris; Doty; Clayson; Vernon; 

Neves; Swenson; Hunter; Fitzgerald; Heslop; Smart; Clark; Frisby; Giles; Green. 
Third Row: Jordan; Callahan; Hess; Hoover; Clark; Bird; Jorgensen; Pace; Wood; Decker; 

Cranney; Gesslison; Merrill; Walker; Johnson; Stout; Dean. 
Fourth Row. Bell; Cook; Bandley; Wilson; Olsen; Weight; Young; Romney; Hansen; Banks; 

Nicholes; Ashworth; Nelson; Robbie; McGregor. 
Fifth Row: McKay; Smith; Jarvis; Holt; Kirkham; Robertson; Moore; Peterson; Clark; 

Terry; Broadbent, (Instructor); Stiener; Dean Gerretl de Jong, Jr., (Instructor); 

Stahman; Boyle; Chrislensen; Young; Giddings; Hopper; Hales; Monson; Jaussi; 

Hardy; Evans; Aylett; Peterson; Lambert. 



Purpose: "Die Studenten, die sich fur das Studium des 
Deutschen interessieren mit den deutschen 
Beitragen zur Weltkultur bekannt zu machen." 



Offic 



ELI K. CLAYSON 
Eleanor Nicholes 
Helen Dahl 



PRES. 

Vice-pres. 

Sec. €f Treas. 



J 







FRENCH CLUB 



Front Row: 
Second Row: 
Third Row: 
Fourth Row: 
Fifth Row: 



(Left to Right) Wall; Young; Loveland; Youkstetter; Romney; Houtz; Daniels; 

Rhodes; Meiling; Miner; Hill; Pratt; Mclntire; Hunt. 

Thomas; Van Wagoner; Ward; Allred; Wilson; Mercer; Prince; Jacobs; Le 

Beau; Pond; Jones; Anderson; Isaksen; Professor Cummings. 

Crosbie; Holt; Butler; Woolf; Jensen; Anderson; Bell; Higgs; Chrislensen; 

Murdock; Todd; Hansen; Cope; Broadbent; Spencer; Cooper. 

Jeppson; Vietti; Watts; Tanner; Adams; Callan; Clark; Storrs; Morgan; Jensen; 

Breinholl; Richards; Anderson; Peterson; Mrs. Roberts. 

Clark; Lewis; Hacking; Hacking; Pratt; Rogers; Grasse; Karren; Rockwood; 

Tuttle; Johnson; Turner; Nickson; Hammond; Ellel. 

Organized: 1920 
Officers: 
Senior Club: 

ROBERT COOPER PRES. 

Beth Richards Vice-pres. 

Maurine Murdock Sec. 

Junior Club: 

EDSEL A. PETERSON PRES. 

Merrill Van Wagoner Vice-pres. 

Madge Jacobs Sec. 

Le Cercle Francais offer aux etudiantes des occas- 
ions pour parler et entendre la langue vivanle, et 
s' interesse a la vie francaise representee par des 
pieces dramatiques, des jeux ,des chansons, des 
couslomes, des fetes, etc. 



President 




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IB3L 



APPRECIATION 

Only through the cooperation and con- 
tribution of your "BANYAN BOOSTERS" 
can an annual such as the 1936 Banyan be 
published. The business concerns listed in the 
advertising section are staunch supporters of 
school functions and projects. Let you, in 
turn, support them and their business by your 
patronage. 

JACK OWEN, 
Advertising Manager. 



NDEX TO ADVERTISERS 



Ballif, George S. 

Brockbank & Pope 

Booth, A. L. 

Butler's, Inc. 

B. Y. U. Press Department 

B. Y. U. Photo and Studio Department 

Cherry Hill Dairy 

Christensen's Department Store 

Crest Theatre 

Consolidated Wagon & Machine Co. 

Deseret Book Co. 

Eastman Kodak Stores 

Glade Candy Co. 

Graham Printing Co. 

Hansen Candy Co. 

Henager Business College 

Henroid, D. G. 

Keeley's Inc. 

Larson, P. L. 

Leven's Inc. 

Lewis Ladies' Store 

Madsen Cleaning Co. 

Morgan, J. Rulon 

Molloy Cover Co. 

North Pacific College of Oregon 

Paramount Theatre 



Piggly Wiggly 

Provo Book Bindery 

Provo Greenhouse 

Provo Typewriter Service 

Roberts Hotel 

Ryberg Bros. 

Salt Lake and Utah R. R. 

Sears Roebuck Co. 

Shriver's 

Students Supply Association 

Sweet Candy Co. 

Taylor Bros. 

Tennant, H. H. 

Timpanogos Creamery Co. 

Tri-State Lumber Co. 

University Market 

Utah-Idaho School Supply 

Utah-Idaho Sugar Co. 

Utah Oil Refining Co. 

Utah Photo Materials Co. 

Utah Power and Light Co. 

Utah Timber and Coal Co. 

Utah Woolen Mills 

"Y" Barber and Beauty Shop 

"Y" Cafeteria 



BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL 
DIRECTORY 

BUSINESS 
M. H. Graham Printing Company 

LAW 
George S. Ballif 
Brockbank and Pope 
A. L Boo+h 
J. Rulon Morgan 



HOTEL ROBERTS 




AND DINING ROOM 

COMFORTABLE AND HOMELIKE 

MARK ANDERSON E. C. BURTON 



Special Attention Given at Banquets 
and Parties 

Banquet Rates Fifty Cents and Up-Hal 
Included 

Regular Dinners and Club Breakfasts 
at Popular Prices 

Phone 36 or 1441 

A. J. ANDERSON, Dining Room Manager 



BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY 

Press Department 




Rex Bigler J. W. Payne LaVerl Hall 

Ellen Anderson Nolan Oswald Errol G. Brown Dale Jones 

Leo Herbert Vance Bennett Reese Faucette Hilda Payne 

Other Staff Members: Ralph W. Jensen, Glenn S. Potter, Franklin Haymore. 



Despite students and faculty members who, happening to find them- 
selves in the Maeser basement and observing the frenzied activities of 
busy staff members remark, "Oh! You do printing here", the "Y" Press is 
rapidly acquiring a national reputation through its pioneering in the field 
of college offset lithographic printing. The "Press" received its initial 
impetus in the summer of 1935 when President Harris and Purchasing 
Agent Sauls ordered the installation of Multilith equipment. Since then 
the quanity and quality of Brigham Young University has improved until 
recently a Wisconsin gentlemen, upon seeing a copy of the 1935 Banyan 
remarked, "Darn clever, these Mormons". 






■fl Atackine that went to @ollege 

pho*c« BANYAN 



• • • 



During the school year, 
Multilith and Multigraph 
have performed their as- 
signments in a manner to 
make everyone connect- 
ed with Brigham Young 
University proud of their 
output. From first-year 
students to the President 
of the Institution, all have 
in some way been influ- 
enced by the product of 
"University Press." 

Special textbooks mod- 
ernized and brought up- 
to-date . . . lesson and work 
sheets . . . examination 





Model 1261 Multilith with Automatic Suction Paper Feeder — the 
unit as used by Brigham Young University for BANYAN production. 



questions . . . athletic and enter- 
™ tainment announcements, invita- 

tions, tickets and programs . . . 
business and faculty record and report forms 
. . . student publications . . . University ad- 
vertising and sales promotion material . . . 
these and more have been possible because 
of Multilith and Multigraph speed, quality, 
convenience, simplicity and economy. 

Excellent training has been provided for 
students working on production. This knowl- 
edge will prove valuable in many ways 
when these young people enter business life. 



There are thousands of Multiliths and Multi- 
graphs in use all over the country. Just as 
they enable Brigham Young University to 
save money on printed material, so do Multi- 
lith and Multigraph save and make money 
for executives in every business and non- 
commercial field. 

Detailed information on Multilith and Multigraph 
applications will be furnished, without obligation, by 

MULTIGRAPH SALES AGENCY 

T. C. SUTTON, Sales Agent 
44 W. 2nd SOUTH ST. • SALT LAKE CITY. UTAH 



NOTE 



Readers at distant points can obtain facts about Multilith and Multigraph as used by educational 
institutions by writing the manufacturer direct — MULTIGRAPH COMPANY, Cleveland, Ohio. 



BRICHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY 
Studio and Photography Department 




The art of photography plays the biggest part in our year- 
book in reproducing the features of friends in such a way that we 
may see them fifty years from now as they were at college. For 
the first time, the' university photography department has at- 
tempted this work with Joe Boel as chief "picture-taker" assisted 
by George Streble, Vern Hales, Dwight Young, Otto Done and 
LeGrande Lewis in the dark room, and Jean Pratt, Gwen 
Wagstaff and Fern Broadhead in the secretarial department. 



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Administration 


II 


Art and Pageantry 


143 


Associated Women Students 


30 


Bunyon 


256 


Campus 


1 


Campus Life 


99 


Clubs 


231 


Commissioner of Education 


13 


Deans 16, 17, 18, 19 


Drama and Forensics 


147 


Extension Division 


20 


Faculty 


21 


Freshmen 


83 


Honoraries and Professionals 


185 


Juniors 


59 


Lyceums 08 


109 


Vlasters and Graduates 


33 


Vlen's Sports 


157 


Music 


131 


Personalities 120, 121, 122 


123 


President 


14 


President's Aides 


15 


President, L.D.S. Church 


12 


Publications 


125 


Public Service Bureau 


31 


Seniors 


37 


Social Units 


199 


Sophomores 


73 


Student Administration 


27 


Student Council 


29 


Student Officers 


28 


Women's Sports 


179 



Faculty 



Anderson, A. A. 

B 

Ballif, Carma 




246 


192 


197 


Barlow, Irene 


26, 


196 


Billings, May 


23 


196 


Black, Gladys 




22 


Booth, Virginia 




196 


Boyle, Clarence S. 




22 


Boyle, William H. 




26 


Broadbent, Thomas L. 




25 


Brown, Ella 




248 


Bryner, Loren 




23 


Buggert, Gustave 25, 


132, 


142 


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Candland, Helen 2E 


,35 


153 


Carroll, Elsie 




22 


Christensen, Harold 


25,3 


Christensen, Parley 




23 


Christopherson, Merrill 




23 


Clark, Herald R. 


19, 


246 


Coty, Aubert 




174 


Condie, Richard 


136, 


137 


Culmsee, Carlton, 


26, 


193 


Cummings, Benjamin F. 




249 


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deJong, Gerrit 1 8, 


142, 


248 


Dennis, Eldon 




23 


Dixon, Fred 




158 


Dusenberry, Ida 




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Fisher, Flora 

Fox, Wilcken 

H 

Harris, Franklin S. 

Hales, Wayne B. 

Hammond, May C. 

Halliday, John 

134, 192 
Hansen, George H. 
Hansen, William F, 
Hayward, Lynn 
Harrison, Bertrand F. 
Hart, Charles J. 
Hayes, John E. 
Higgs, B.T. 
Holt, Edward H. 
J 

Jensen, Lola 
Jensen, J. Marinus 
Jenson, Edgar M. 
Jeppson, Wilma 

186, 197 
Johansen, Alva 
Johnson, A. Rex 
Johnson, Reha 
K 

Keeler, J. J. 
Kimball, Edwin R. 

165,245 
Kimball, Griffith 
Kotter, Gladys 
L 

Lambert, Asael C. 
Larsen, Bent F. 
Lee, Wilford D. 
Lloyd, Oa 
M 

Maeser, George 
Marshall, Milton 
Martin, Thomas L. 
Merrill, Amos N. 
Merrill, Harrison R. 
Miller, Elmer 
Morley, Alonzo J. 

157, 198 
Miller, Karl 
N 

Nicholes, Joseph K. 
Nisson, Antone 
O 

Olson, Don 
P 

Pardoe, Kathryn 
Pardoe, T. Earl 
Paxman, Rulon 
Peterson, Hermese 
Poulson, M. Wilford 
R 

Reagan, Albert 
Reynolds, Alice L. 
Rich, Stella F. 
Richardson, Edmund 
Roberts Bertha 
Robertson, LeRoy J. 
Romney, G. Ott 

164, 168, 187 



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23, 194, 196 

1 6, 246 

22, 144 
26 

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24, 132, 142 
143, 158, 



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26, 194 


Anderson, George 




52,242 


Rowe, Ed. M. 


25 


Anderson, Gerald 




53, 132, 


S 




136, 189, 249 






Sauer, Robert 


24, 134 


Anderson, Gerald 




96, 243 


Sauls, Keifer B. 


15 


Anderson, Gertrude 




97 


Smart, Nettie Neff 


16 


Anderson, Glade 


29, 


Smith, Aline C. I 37 


184, 197 


171, 172,228 






Smith, John H. 


158, 164 


Anderson, Hazel 


58, 


132, 153, 


Smith, Juline 


26 


186, 197, 198,214,247 


Snell, William H. 


26 


Anderson, Jack 




77, 190 


Sudweeks, Joseph 


22 


Anderson, James 


53, 


132, 134, 


Summerhays, Margaret 


138 


188, 248, 249 






Swenson, Beulah S. 22 


196,216 


Anderson, Jack 




94 


Swenson, John C. 


25 


Anderson, Leo 




248 


Swenson, Russell 


23 


Anderson, Madlyn 


90 


139,203 


T 




Anderson, Marcella 




97 


Tanner, Vasco M. 


25, 195 


Anderson, Maxine 




91,202 


W 




Anderson, Monta W 




153 


Warnick, Effie 


25, 196 


Anderson, O. V. 




86, 134 


Wilson, Guy C. 


24 


Anderson, Paul 




51 


Wilson, O. Meredith 


25,239 


Anderson, Rae 


79 


242, 249 


Wing, John 


24 


Anderson, Reece 




44, 189, 


Woodward, Mugh M. 


19 


191,242 






Woolf, Golden L. 


23,35 


Anderson, Sylva 




85, 216 


Y 




Andrews, Max 




172 


Young, Rhoda J. 


26, 194 


Andrus, Gwen 
Andrus, Howard 




90 
96 


Students 




Andrus, Wanda 
Armstrong, Ned 




90 
68 






Arnold, Marion 


60 


196, 200 


A 




Arnold, Oscar 




79, 134 


Aagard, Welby 


90 


Asay, Bert 71, 


161 


1 64, 244 


Abegg, Rinda 


139,239 


Asay, Saxon 




96 


Abbott, Phillip 


165 


Ashby, Bonna 




79, 127 


Acord, Erma 


153 


Ashby, Eda 


66, 


127, 139, 


Adams, Elsie 


249 


197,206 






Adams, John 


223 


Ashby, Martha 




67 


Adams, Josephine 


91 


Ashby, Melvin 




66,241 


Adams, Milo 57, 


132, 134 


Ashby, William 




44 


Adamson, Fae 


85 


Ashcroft, Clarica 


60 


218,236 


Adamson, Nadine 


87, 139 


Ashton, Helen 




78, 203 


Afflect, Alice 


84 


Ashworth, Eladia 




139 


Afflect, Helen 


84 


Ashworth, Phillip 


79, 


227, 248 


Alder, Ralph 


70, 220 


Aycock, Kenneth 




76,235 


Aldredge, Weldon 


153, 229 


Aycock, Mulfcrd 




63,235 


Allen, Darley 


77 


Aylett, Orgill 58, 


226 


248, 260 


Allen, Marvin 


70 


B 






Allen, Nathan 


240 


Babbel, Arthur 




84 


Allen, Verna 


153 


Bagley, Ben 




63 


Allen, Verle 


213 


Bagley, Vera 




70 


Allen, Scott 


88 


Bagwell, LaVere 




79,238 


Allman, Verle 


96, 243 


Bahr, A. Francis 




64,233 


Allred, Arline 


95, 200 


Bailey, Mont 




95 


Allred, Darwin 


242 


Bailey, Thell 


79, 


230,238 


Allred, Fulmer 


189 


Baker, Gene 




88,225 


Allred, Huitah 59 


68, 153, 


Baker, Grant 


132, 


134,227 


186,201,247 




Baker, T. 




39 


Allred, Lark 


80, 249 


Ballard, Howard 


80, 


173,227 


Allred, Lydia 


85 


Balls, Harold 




77,238 


Allred, McKay 


78, 238 


Balls, Vernon 




61,234 


Alexander, LaRay 


241 


Bandley, Marion 




248 


Alsop, Deane 75, 


32, 134, 


Banks, Earl 




248 


142,227 




Banner, Laura 71 , 


180, 


182, 183 


Ammold, Stanley 


165 


Bant, Phillis 




89,217 


Anderson, Beth 


75, 134 


Barclay, Bruce 


80, 


132,223 


Anderson, Dwight 


80 


Barber, Bud 




172,245 


Anderson, Earl 


87 


Bardsley, Jacqueline 




93 


Anderson, Ellen 


79,213 


Barnett, Wilmer 




49 


Anderson, Elma 


74, 203 


Bartholomew, Vira 




63,217 


Anderson, Ethel 


75, 203 


Bartholomew, Victor 




91, 188 



262 



79, 



Barnett, Maurice 
Barton, Cullen 46, 
Barton, Louise 
207, 242 
Barton, Otis 
Barton, Una 
Bascom, Earl 
Bateman, Beatrice 
Bateman, June 74, 
Bateman, Max 
Batty, Vance 
Baum, Thomas 
Bean, Marion 
Beck, Geraldine 
Beck, Milton 
Beck, Vivian 
Beck, Wayne 
Becker, Teut 
Beckstead, Chad 
Beckstrand, Evan 
Bee, James 
Bell, Ferris 
Bell, Margaret 
Belnap, Dixie 
Bench, G. Worth 
BelnaD. Hortense 
Bennett, Carol 
Bennett, Edna 
Bennett, Vance 
Benson, Max 
Benson, Scott 
Benson, Virginia 
Benton, Jim 
Berkman, A. E 
Berry, Lee 
Berry, Norma 
Besendorfer, Jean 
Bestelmeyer, Marie 
Biddulph, Clyde 
Biddulph, Gwen 
Biddulph, Reed 
Biglow, LaVell 
Bigelow, Lois 
Bigelow, Margaret 
Bigler, Ray 
Bigler, Rex 
Billings, Cullis 
Billings, Donna 
Billings, Dallis 
Bills, Derrill- 
Bingham, Owen 
Binns, Ellen 
Bird, Forest 
Bird, George 
Bird, Marcell 
Bird, Roberta 
Bird, Eunice 
Bishop, Merlin 
Bishop, Verdell 
Bierregaard, Eliza 
Black, Doris 
Black, Guss 

172,245 
Black, Karl 
Black, Mary 
Black, Nita 
Blackburn, Clara 
Blackham, Eugene 
Blackwell, Harry 
Blackham, Shirl 
Blackwell, Virginia 



41, 



190,223,238 
81, 153, 

156 

75,216 

74,237 

93,240 

207,234,239 

84, 165 

61 

87 

71, 138 

139,209 

39, 246 

92 

85 

195 

165 

80, 132 

195 

89, 153 

213,248,249 

79,234,217 

242 

234 

59,215 

194 

94, 134 

65,233 

76, 132, 134 

88,234 

61,224 

55 

195,236 

89 

87 

79,212 

50 

196 

172 

92 

86 

194 

236 

36 

89 

235 

235 

97 

132, 192 

40, 208 
89, 165, 195 
80, 191,228 

134, 138, 192 

71, 192,242 

153 

96,241,223 

44,241 

153 

95,238 

166, 168, 

74, 239 
54, 241 
132 
63 
66 
132 
162, 164 
196 



94, 129, 

90, 



71 



75, 
61, 132, 

40, 126, 



Blair, Alice 
Blair, James 
Blake, George 
Blazzard, Eleanor 
Blazzard, Inez 

139,218 
Bloomfield, G. Monte 
Bloomfield, George 
Bloomfield, Nina 
Bloomfield, Owen 
Boel, Joseph 
Booth, Darrell 
Thornton, Booth 
Booth, Malcolm 
Borg, Glen 
Bott, Elaine 
Bowen, Fred 
Bowen, Ida 
Bowers, Lucille 
Bowles, Catherine 
Brown, Aaron 
Bown, Elaine 
Bowman, Dorothy 
Bowman, Lorraine 
Boyack, Beit 
Boyack, Clifton 

153, 198,241, 245,247 
Boyce, Marguerite 
Boyden, Orlene 
Boyer, Roy 
Boyer, Margaret 

186, 198 
Boyer, Paul 
Boyle, Elayne 

201,248 
Boyle, Sydney 
Bradford, Henry 
Bradford, Reed 
Bradshaw, Bernece 
Brady, Arlo 
Brady, Leo' 
Brain, Jewel 
Braithwaite, Royden 

142, 189,221,242. 
Brand, Karl 79, 132 

Brandley, Helen 
Brandley, Marie 89 

Briggs, Alice 
Breinholt, Herbert 
Breinholt, Floyd 

227,242 
Brimhall, Devoe 
Brimhall, Kirk 
Bringhurst, Kenneth 
Brimley, Ross 
Brinton, Amy 
Bristch, Ralph 

153,229,242 
Broadbent, Harvey 
Broadb«nt, Hermese 

198,21 I 
Broadbent, Thomas 
Broadhead, Blanche 
Broadhear, Chloe 
Broadhead, Faye 
Brockbank, Jean 
Broadhead, Fern 
Brooks, Johnnie 
Brooks, Leland 
Brooks, Walter 

170, 172,245 



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86 

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134, 



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86 

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256 

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222 

221 

222 

216 

90 

215 

139 

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192 

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129 



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88, 209 

77 

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61, 
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193 

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239 
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Brooksby, Armond 
Brooksby, Irene 
Brooksby, Marvin 
Brough, Dorothy 
Brough, Eunice 
Brower, Melba 
Brown, Aaron 
Brown, Beatrice 
Brown, Clare 
Brown, Darrel 
Brown, Eleanor 
Brown, Errol 
Brown, Joe E. 
Brown, Mary 
Brown, Ralph 
Brown, Ralph 
Brown, Robert 
Bucher, John 
Buggert, Anneliese 
Bullock, Cecil 
Bullock, Tom 
Bunnell, Stephen 
Bunnell, Reese 
Burdick, Blanche 
Burgener, Owen 
Burgess, Pauline 
Burgess, Rupert 
Burgon, Sttanley 
Burr, Virginia 
Burt, Ruth 
Burton, Jac 
Burton, Otis 
Buswell, Robert 
Butler, Durwood 
Butler, Max 94, 

Butterfield, Vilate 

C 

Calder, Earl 

Calder, Ruth 

Calder, Sam 

Caldwell, Gerald 

Call, Don 

Call, Fuliva 

Call, Verla 

Call, Willard 

Callahan, Nanieve O 

Callahan, Sterling 

222, 248 
Callahan, Guy 

198, 222 
Callan, Mary 
Campbell, Elvera 
Campbell, Elbert 
Canning, Alfred 

170, 172,245 
Cannon, Hugh 

159, 166, 168, 171 

175, 187,220,245 
Cannon, Jean 
Carling, Fred 
Carlson, Alice 
Carlston, Beulah 

242,245' 
Carman, Lola 
Carpenter, Hermen 
Carter, Neal 
Carter, Nelda 
Carter, Norval 
Carter, Wesley 
Cash, Bernice 



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64 

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190 

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92, 240 

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92, 126, 234 

153,235 

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76 

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70, 132 

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192, 
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245 

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96 

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75, 206, 

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Chadwick, Barratt 
Chadwick, Laura 
Chadwick, Vera 
Chaffin, Maxine 
Chamberlain, Edna 
Chatterton, Ariel 
Chatterton, Don 
Chatwin, Gilbert 
Checketts, Beth 
Checketts, Norine 
Choules, Lois 
Childs, France 
Christensen, Ardis 
Christensen, Arthur 
Christensen, Blake 
Christensen, Boyd 
Christenson, Don 
Christensen, Fern 

186, 198,202 
Christensen, Glen 
Christensen, Horace 
Christensen, lone 
Christensen, Jack 
Christensen, Jay 
Christensen, Joy 
Christensen, Kathryn 96, 

Christensen, Lolita 
Christensen, Louise 
Christensen, LaVerl 
Christensen, Margaret 
Christensen, Marguerite 
Christensen, Maza 

198,21 1,247 
Christensen, Merlin 

134,241 
Christensen, Opal 
Christensen, Ora 
Christensen, Paul 65, 

ChrisTensen, Phyllis 
Christensen, Ralph 95, 

Christensen, Rowena 132, 192, 
Christensen, Scott 
Christensen, Sherman 
Christensen, Waldo 88, 

Christiansen, LaMoine 
Christopherson, Lucille 
Clark, Albert 220, 

Clark, Boyce 

Clark, Coy I 76, 225, 

Clark, Ethelyn 

Clark, Ezra 68, 

Clark, Faie 87, 

Clark, Gene 63, 

Clark, Harry 80, 132, 

Clark, Helen 84,132, 

Clark, James 

Clark, Kent 88, 222, 

Clark, Marden 

Clark, Maurine 8 I 

Clark, Melba 95,201,233, 

Clark, Merlin 

Clark, Richard 69, 

Clarke, Edith 85, 

Clarke, Gwenva 
Clayton, Mourice 79, 153, 

Clayson, Ann 29, 31 

120, 132, 186, 192,203 
Clayson, Eli K. 42, 127, 

188,248 
Clayson, Joe 60, 134, 142, 

Clegg, Afton 76, 129, 193, 




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Cloward, Blake 




78 


Dadd, Ralph 






71 


Cloward, Dell 




71 


Dahl, Helen 




88 


248 


Clyde, Ed. W. 




223 


Daltes, Afton 






71 


Cockett, George 




87 


Dalby, Juul 






85 


Cole, Blenda 




76 


Daniels, Gwenne 






87 


Cole, Sybil 




77 


Danniels, Phylis 74, 205, 


235 


249 


Coleman, Martha 




94, 209 


Danvers, Jean 




41 


210 


Collett, Vella 




86 


Dase, Sam 


60 


134 


243 


Colton, Clara 




97,234 


Dastrup, Dona 30, 1 86, 


197 


236 


Colton, Elmo 




90,235 


Davies, Aftton 






218 


Colton, Glade 




38, 156 


Davies, Lyman 


76, 


127 


235 


Colton, Lorna 




79, 234 


Davies, Vernon 






38 


Colton, Ray 44 


189 


234, 248 


Davis, Ariel 65, 153 


198 


222 


Coltrin, Theodore 




96,239 


Davis, Chester 






80 


Coltrin, William 




84, 129 


Davis, Katherine 




67 


211 


Comer, Nola 


66 


205, 244 


Davis, Parley 






88 


Condie, Eulalia 




137 


Davis, Vern 




76 


132 


Conover, Don 




223 


Dean, Ernest 




174 


248 


Cook, Fon 




80 


Dean, John 


85 


194 


220 


Cook, John 




79,235 


Dean, Mildred G. 






205 


Cook, Leonard 




243,248 


DeCamp, Beth 






90 


Cook, Shirl l 




89, 132 


DeGraff, Elaine 




31 


,68, 


Cook, Wayne 


163 


164, 245 


153, 186, 198 


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248 






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94 


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138 


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188 


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85 


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213 


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195 


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77 


217 


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97 


212, 238 


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223 


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44 


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96 


208 


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48 


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134 


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81 


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62, 


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87 


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76 


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92 


165 


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84 


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Kendall, Marie 




65 


Kenner, Delmar 




67, 153 


Kenner, Glenn 




34 


Keith, Howard 




60 


Killian, George 




74, 188 


Killpack, Marjorie 


88, 


134,233 


Kimball, Griffith 




57 


Kimball, Gwen 


79, 


212,240 


Kimball, Grace 




194 


Kimball, Heber 




90,234 


Kimball, Virginia 


43, 


196,218 


King, Dwight 




176,225 


Kirk, Warren 


67, 


153, 198 


Kirkham, Ralph 


81, 


1 34, 248 


Kirkham, Rose 


46, 


197,208 


Kitchen, Levi 




70,235 


Knight, Jennie B. 




201,237 


Knight, Mary 


91, 


126, 139 


Knight, Philip 


48, 


176,225 


Knudsen, Beth 


94, 


131,217 


Knudsen, Leola 




96 


Knudsen, Wesley 




95, 246 


Kicherhans, Lavor 




86 


Korth, Clara 




90 


Kump, LaVar 166, 


168, 


223, 245 


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Lambert, Carlyle 


74 


195,245 


Lambert, James 76, 


174 


175,244 


Lambert, Marguerite 




207, 


238,248 






Lambert, Maurice 




96, 234 


Lambert, Theron 




54,235 


Long, Sidney 




46 


Larson, Arvid 




62 


Larson, Cathreen 




137 


Larson, Celia 


67 


194,216 


Larsen, Donald 




230 


Larsen, Eugene 36, 


195 


230, 246 


Larsen, Glen Dale 




65, 242 


Larsen, Harold 


78 


229, 240 


Larsen, Harold 87, 


127 


191,230 


Larsen, Herbert 




61,233 


Larson, Kathleen 




89 


Larson, LaMar 




95 


Larsen, Lucy 




88 


Larson, Mary 




243 


Larsen, Merrill 




91 


Larsen, Ronald 




79 


Larsen, Rex 




36 


Laudie, Fern 




194 


'.aw, Elcee 


71 


205,241 


.aw, Rondo 48 


172 


223,245 


.aws, Wanda 




89 


Laycock, Harold 


71 


132, 142, 


192,222,237 






Laye, Arma 




76,216 


Laye, Rhoda 




85,216 


Layton, Iwa 




81,213 


Layton, Leola 




96, 236 


Learning, Jack 




85,224 


Leavitt, Hafen 


91 


, 243, 165 


Leavitt, Jay 




243 


LeBeau, Boneta 


76 


127,234, 


244, 249 






LeeMaster, Vernon 




138 


Lefler, Thomas 




96 


Lemon, Floral 




96,235 


Leom, James 




97 


Lemon, Olive 




79,234 


Leonard, Hugh 


8E 


, 1 34, 224 



Leonard, Drew 95 


134 


165 


225 


LeSueur, Gordon 


63 


134 


236 


LeSueur, Oma 43, 


180 


182 


236 


LeSueur, Woodrow 


88 


165 


236 


Lewis. LeGrande 




88 


256 


Lewis, John 75, 


222 


248 


249 


Lewis, Kenneth 






53 


Lewis, Lorean 


91 


182 


243 


Liddle, Doyle J. 






35 


Lind, Arta 




97 


233 


Linn, Betty 






60 


Linford, Edith 




96 


211 


Lindsay. Ina 






197 


Livingston, Vaughn 






36 


Lloyd, Vaughn 78, 


161, 


164 


244 


Lloyd, Parley 






95 


Lodge, Patricia 




79 


214 


Lortz, Virginia 


b3, 


201, 


234 


Losee, Ferron 52, 


187, 


189 


221 


Lott, Delbert 






80 


Lott, Willard 






47 


Loveridge, Richard 






134 


Loveland, LaVere 


91, 


234, 


249 


Lublin, 8lanche 




66 


235 


Ludlow, Lavinia 






85 


Ludlow, Lewis 






248 


Lund, F-ay 


97, 


216 


242 


Lundguist, Junior 


42, 


132, 


192 


Lynn, Gerald 




79 


224 


Lyon, Ailen 






219 


Lyons, Walter 


160, 


164 


167 


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Maybe, Phyllis 






218 


Mackay, Oral 






235 


MacKnight, Katherine 




89 


Madsen. Allan 


84, 


227, 


242 


Madsen, Beth 






215 


Madsen, Eva 




62, 


205 


Madsen, Russell 






96 


Mangum, Frank 






46 


Mangum, Jessie K. 






211 


Manning, Ivy 




86, 


234 


M=inwaring, Gladys 


64, 


126, 


129, 


193,201 








Manwaring, Iris 




76, 


134 


Marchant, Thomas 






89 


Marchant, Hazel 






91 


Marchant, Maroni 






65 


Markham, Lynn 






48 


Markhani, Gladys 




87 


205 


Markham, Mac 






78 


Marguardson, Max 






55 


Marsden, Althea 




42, 


196, 


212,237 








Martineau, June 67, 


153 


234 


248 


Martin, Flora 






91 


Martin, Paxman 


91, 


194 


230 


Maughan, Angus 






86 


Maughan, Lila 






153 


Maxwell, Eldredge 






42 


Maxwell, Lin 




75 


236 


May, Chester 66 


190 


226 


233 


Maycock, Naomi 




81 


217 


Mayer, Louise 


88 


212 


239 


McAdam, Beverly 






97 


McAllister, Rhean 


48 


196 


213 


McBeth Paul 122, 


163, 


164, 


171, 


225, 245 








McBride, Herold 




70 


246 


McClellan, Chase 






97 




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McGregor, Mary 55 

192, 198,201,248 
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Mclntire, Wayne 

248, 249 
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192,223, 248 
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Merrill, Harriet 
Merrill, Laura 

196,214 
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Messinger, Arlo 
Metcalf, Marvin 
Meyrick, Verl 
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187, 191,227,240 
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Miller, Dagmar 
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Moon, Marjorie 




93, 


234 


Moon, Vernon 




94, 


234 


Moore, Eleanor 


96, 


134 


213 


Moore, Harvey 




66 


195 


Moore, Marjorie 






248 


Morby, Hortense 






62 


Morgan, Arthur 




61 


188 


Morgan, Betty 89 


137 


234 


249 


Morgan, Lucille 




85 


212 


Morgan, Ned 






87 


Mprrill, Glenn 


58 


, 77, 


175, 


188,234 








Morrill, Shirl 






°0 


Mortensen, Chris 






165 


Mortensen, Clara 






77 


Mortensen, Donald 




66 


246 


Mortensen, Estella 


53 


196 


238 


Mortensen, Floyd 






238 


Morton, Ermel 41 


128 


193 


230 


Mower, Wilford 






165 


Mouristen, Glendale 




87 


165 


Mugleston, Alberta 






85 


Muhlestein, Tell 




93 


158 


Munson, Leo 




92 


134 


Murdock, Carl 






85 


Murdock, John 






63 


Murdock, Maurine 


73 


, 74, 


153, 


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Murphy, Paul 




70 


234 


Murray, Eunice 






235 


Murray, Lawrence 




92 


235 


Murry, Mark 




165 


243 


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Nance, LaDeman 






196 


Naye, Myrna 






97 


Naylor, Adelberr 






90 


Nebeker, Garth 






89 


Nelson, Arva 






97 


Nelson, Bernice 




93 


139 


Nelson, Charlotte 




76, 


139, 


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Nelson, Dona 






64 


Nelson, Elmo 




58 


234 


Nelson, Elvin 






54 


Nelson, Jay 49 


129 


187 


228 


Nelson, Howard 






91 


Nelson, John 






134 


Nelson, LaRelle 


66, 


129, 


188, 


193,234 








Nelson, Leona 




75 


203 


Nelson, MaRee 






36 


Nelson, Marion 




213 


248 


Nelson, Maurine 






213 


Nelson, Milton 52, 


187, 


193, 


198, 


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Nelson, Roscoe 66 


128 


195 


229 


Nelson, Beatrice 






94 


Neves, Elda 76, 


132, 


137, 


138, 


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Newcomer, Vincent 




64, 


126, 


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Newren, Loey 




80 


246 


Nicholes, Eleanor 


44, 


126, 


248 


Nicholes, Henry 




36 


246 


Nicholes, Max 




87 


248 


Nicholes, Paul 




62 


236 


Nickerson, Roy 




76 


227 


Nickerson, Sarah 




81, 


239 


Nicksen, Fred 88, 


153, 


229 


249 


Neilson, Clark 




226, 


234 



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138, 192 
Nielsen, Farren 
Nielson, Fred 
Nielson, Jennie 
Nisson, Antone 
Nokleby, Lee 
Norton, Leslie 
Nosak, Keith 
Nosack, Walter 
O 

Oakden, Hortense 
Oakley, Reginald 
Oakley, Richard 
Oaks, Charles 
Oaks, LeRoy 
Oblad, Bernice 
Ohlwiler, Ferrin 
Ohlwiler, Wendel 
Oldroyd, Jay 
Oldroyd, Geneel 
Oldroyd, Reed 
Oliphant, Elgin 
Oliverson, Grace 
.Olsen, Arvilla 
Olsen, Anna 
Olsen, Ben 
Olsen, Clifford 

Olsen, Cora 

Olsen) Dean 

Olsen, Garth 
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Olsen, Helen 

Olsen, Jay 

Olsen, Marge 

Olsen, Marion J. 

Olsen, Marvin 

Olson, Ruby 

Olsen, Sterling 

Olsen, Verne 

Openshaw, Levi 

Oswald, Nolan 

Osguthorpe, Selena 

Ott, James 

Owens, Darlene 

Owen, Jack 

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Pace, Anthony 

Pace, Ella 

Pace, Evelyn 

Pace, Joseph 

Pace, Pauline 

Pace, Verdell 

Packard, Tess 

Page, Boyd 

Page, Fred 

Page, Waldo 

Pardoe, William 

Parker, Margaret 

Parry, Florenct 

Passey, Merrill 

Paxman, Lota 

Paxman, Ruth 

Paxman, Beth 



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90 

195 

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191 

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69 

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91 

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48 

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248 

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79, 222, 246, 248 

81,234 

164 

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49,228 

91,229 

94, 240 

90, 177,220 

84,207,233 

97 

66 

138 

209 

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153, 
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153, 186, 198,215 
Paxman, Rulon 36, 188, 229 



Payne, Hilda 
Payne, John 
Payne, Lavon 
Pehrson, George 
176,225 



88, 237 

36,49 

93 

163, 164, 



Percival, Evan 
Percival, Guy 
Perkins, Norma 
Perrett, Barbara 
Perry, Betty 
Perry, Leone 
Perry, Roland 
Peterson, Anna Lou 
Peterson, Carrie 
Peterson, Cornelius 

I 19, 120, 187, I! 
Peterson, Dan 
Peterson, Dean 
Petersen, Edith 
Peterson, Edsel 
Peterson, Ervin 
Peterson, Eugene 
Peterson, Florence 
Peterson, Grant 
Peterson, Howard 
Peterson, Gretta 
Peterson, Lois 
Petersen, Margaret 

241, 248 
Peterson, Margaret 
Peterson. Mary 
Peterson, Mervin 
Peterson, Narvin 
Paulson, Jean ' 
Peterson, Parlell 
Peterson, Tom 
Peterson, Utahna 
Peterson, Zella 
Pherson, George 
Phillips. Carlos 
Pickett, Ross 
Pickup, Clair 
Pickup, Grant 
Pierce, Arthur 
Pierce, Byron 
Pierce, Florence 
Pitcher, Walter 
Piatt, Marion 
Pond, Beth 
Pond, Cleo 
Pond, Leon 
Postma, Frank 
Potter, Glen 
Poulson, Elmo 
Poulson, Evi 
Poulson, Florence 
Poulson, Lillian 
Powell, Gwendolyn 
Powell, Kathryn 
Powell, May 
Powelson, Lael 
Powelson, Lucille 
Pratt, Beth 
Pratt, Jean 
Preston, Edward 
Priday, Leland 

134. 187, 192, 19 
Prigmore, Ruth 
Prince, Beth 
Prusse, Ruth 
Pulham, Ronald 
Pullen, Everettt 
Pulley, Mary 
Puis, Lester 
Purdy, William 
Pyne, Lucile 



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Ramsay, Larue 
Rappleye, Foster 
Rassmusson, Audrey 
Rassmussen, Ruth 
Rajsmusson, Lever 
Redd, Afton 
Redd, Maude 
Redd, Merene 
Redd, Shirley 
Redd, William 
Redd, Vincent 
Reece, Merrill 
Reece, Niles 
Reece, Eldon 
Reeder, Bill 
Reichart, Malna 
Reid, Eldon 
Reid, Ray 
Remund, Carol 
Rencher, Idona 
Reynolds, Levi 
Reynolds T-eron 
Rhodes, Velma 
Rice, E.J 
Rich, Lewis 
ichan, Ruth 
ichards, Anna 
ichards, Beth 
ichards, Dorcas 
ichards, Elaine 
ichards, Vernis 
ichardson, Arlo 
ichardson, Beth 
ichardson, Lurlene 
ichins, Duane 
ichmond, Dixie 
ichmond, Eiain 
icks, Geneva 
icks, Ruby 
ideout, Matthew 
igby, Avard 
idges, Isabelle 
igby, Frederick 
igby, Verdell 
irie, Martin 
iska, Drews 
Robbie, Leota 
Roberts, Beth 
Roberts, Charles 
Roberts, Jossie B. 
Roberts, Ivy 
Roberts, Melvin 
Robertson, Cyrus 
Robertson, James 
Robertson, Marlow 
Robins, Eugene 
Robins, Sonoma 
Robinson, Hazel 
Robinson, Helen 
Robinson, lola 
Robinson, Jean 
Robinson, Jerald 
Robinson, Josephine 
Robison, Alpha 
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Rockwood, Marise 
Rockwood, Oleah 
Rogers, Beatrice 
Rogers, Wayne 
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42 


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Romney, Irvin 




78 




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Romney, Jennie 




21 1, 248 




75, 200 


Romney, Merlyn 


93 


210,249 




67,233 


Romney, Roxey 


26 


215,247 




79 


Roper, Rawlin 




70, 172 




81 


Roper, Vernon 


90 


235, 241 




42 


Rowan, Elliot 




90 




48, 206 


Rowan, Jerald 




95 




209 


Rowan, Louella 




90 




90 


Rowe, Francis 


70 


176,225 




44, 226 


Rowe, Mary 




93,207 




66 


Rowe. Owen 




51,225 




93 


Rowen, Irene 




194 




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Rowley. Edith 




69 


52 


221,245 


Rowley, Herman 


67 


1 74, 245 




93 


Rowley, LaRue 




63 




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132 


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71 


Rupper, Jack 




132 




76, 295 


Russell, Louise 




74, 217 




95,236 


Russell, Max 




153,222 




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80 


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Sabin, David 




70, 223 




80 


Salisbury, Wilma 


38 


194,203 




80 


Sanders, Ross 


91 


153, 233 




138 


Sanderson, Devon 




95, 242 




95 


Sardoni, Dearwin 




80, 132, 


48, 


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201 


Savage, Mary Jane 




90, 200 




64 


Schlappt, Lloyd 




241 


65, 


186, 209 


Schmiett, Bennie 


62, 


134, 142, 




36 


177, 192,220,240 






233 


Schofield, Dale 


172, 


175, 176, 




80 


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52, 233 


Schofield, Jay 45, 64 


159,229 




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189 




88 


Schow, Ha 




66 




139 


Schow, Erma 




97 




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Scoup, Ellen 




40, 139 




84 


Scott, Zola 




96 


62, 


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Searle, Don 




128 




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Sears, Viola 




77 




91, 234 


Seaton, Frances 




68,215 




64,241 


Seegmiller, Marjorie 




44, 202 


61 


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Seetaler, Joe 




223 


74 


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Seeley, Max 




97,235 




90, 248 


Selshaw, Marjorie 




139 




43,239 


Settle, Ernest 




96, 165 




165 


Shafer, Dean 




97, 165 




87 


Shanks, EdnalW. 


58, 


216,243 




96, 241 


Sharp, Ariel 




76 




72, 233 


5haw, Afton 


87, 


207, 240 




248 


Shaw, Frank 44, 


132, 


134, 192 




78 


Shawcroft, Dee 




238 




78 


Shawcroft, Maude 




78,238 




87 


Shea, Frank 




80, 165 


89 


248,241 


Shellenberger, Dora 




81,243 




85 


Shields, Ralph 




92,235 




84, 209 


Shirts, Max 


87, 


132, 134 




94,241 


Siepert, Mark 




88,233 




248 


Simkins, Nedra 




64,212 




65, 153 


Simmons, Gerald 




61, 164, 




248 


225, 245 






47, 


196,243 


Simmons, Talmage 




84 




8 1 , 243 


Skeem, Inez 




92, 21 1 




76, 249 


Slaugenhoup, Lucilel 




194 




66, 216 


Smart, Edwin 


89, 


177,221 


74, 


139, 236 


Smart, Helene 




88, 203 


78, 


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Smart, Margaret 
Smart, Phil 




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Manufacturing Jewelers 

Special Order Work of 
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Diamond Setting, Engraving, 

Enameling, Repairing 
CLASS PINS AND RINGS 

310 Boyd Park Building 

SALT LAKE CITY 
"Wholesale Trade Only" 




Smith, Adair 




60 


241 


Smith, Ferral 






93 


Smith, Glenn 






165 


Smith, Guida 




91 


236 


Smith, Harold 70, 


187, 


188 


236 


Smith, Janice 






84 


Smith, Jean 


62, 


126, 


183. 


196,204 








Smith, John 






35 


Smith, June 




94, 


240 


Smith, Katherine 






68 


Smith, LeRoy 






67 


Smith, Louise 




60, 


216 


Smith, Lowry 






89 


Smith, Mary 






92 


Smith, Melvin 






248 


Smith, Ruth 






218 


Smith, Sylvia 




86 


234 


Smith, Utella 






81 


Smith, Voyn 




94, 


153 


Smoot, Anita 




64, 


208 


Smoot, Fern 






153' 


Snow, Gordon 76, 


140 


173 


220 


Snow, Nelsen 






52 


Soderquist, Oscar 




217 


240 


Snow, Pearl 






194 


Soffe, Beth 






97 


Soffe, Darrel 


27, 


132, 


134, 


240, 248 








Soffe, Kenneth 






165 


Soffe, Orpha 60. 


137 


217 


240 


Soffe, Wayne 2 l 


, 77, 


169 


245 


Sorenson, Allen 


35 


153 


198 


Sorensen, Elaine 




96 


242 


Sorensen, Gladys 


65 


153 


247 


Sorensen, Willis 




132 


134 


Sorenson, Sam 


80 


198 


153 


Sorensen, Wilson 






76 


Sowards, Beulah 






211 


Sowards, Myrtle 47, 


194 


196 


210 


Spackman, Fred 




81 


237 


Spalding, Alta 


75 


197 


203 


Spalding, Ardith 






197 


Spear, Dorothea 






^4 


Speclcart, Orlene 


79 


132 


\ul 


Spencer, Emma 76, 


139 


206 


233 


Spencer, Jack 






245 


Spencer, Ray 






249 


Stahmann, Grace 




87 


248 


Stahmann, Mark 






54 


Strate, Neva 






132 


Standifird, Blaine 




90 


238 


Starley. Rae 




80 


241 


Starr, Eva 






134 


Starr, Edna 




40 


196 


Steadman, Moedl 




92 


240 


Steele, Stanford 




72 


153 


Steele, Wanda 




61 


241 


Steiner, Aries 




80 


248 


Steiner, Weldon 




93 


248 


Stephens, Glenna 




43 


212 


Stephens, Kirk 


159, 


173, 


187, 


229, 245 








Stephens, Sylvan 






227 


Stephens, Van 






213 


Stephens, Wanda 






213 


Stephensen, Mont 




94 


240 


Stephenson, Keith 






74 


Sterling, L"en 




55 


191 


Sterling, Mary 






39 




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THE "Y" AWARD SWEATERS ARE MADE BY US 

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92, 



159. 



77, 197, 

68,215, 

92, 



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Sterling, Ross 
Stevens, Ada 
Stevens, William 
Stevenson, Fred 
Stevenson, Keith 
Stewart, Loris 
Stewart, Mildred 
Stewart, Mashie 
Stewart, Wilson 
Stoddard, George 

229, 245 
Stoddard, Mary 
Stokes, Lee 
Stolworthy, Rhea 
Stone, Max 
Storrs, Emma Lou 
Stott, Lynde 
Stout, Beth 
Stowell, Irma 
Strate, Sterling 
Straw, Marjorie 
Straw, Rex 
Strebel, George 

234,256 
Street, Ruby 
Strickland, Joseph 
Stringham, Jack 78 
Strong, Jaynes 
Summers, Jean 
Sundberg, Marguerite 65 
Sundwall, Arthur 
Sutherland, Rex 
Sutton, Helen 
Sutton, Virginia 
Swalberg, Ralph 
Swanner, Charles 
Swart, Blanche 
Swendsen, Jennie 
Swensen, Albert 

187, 220 
Swenson, Biaine 
Swenson, Calvin 
Swenson, Frank 
Swenson, Helen 
Swensen, LaRaine 
Swensen, Laura 
Swenson, Shirl 

187, 198 
T 

Tanner, Myrtle 
Tanner, Wilmer 
Taylor, Betty 
Taylor, Carlos 
Taylor, Dean 
Taylor, Don 
Taylor, Golden ! 

187,245 
Taylor, Herbert 
Taylor, Lola 
Taylor, Keith 
Taylor, Margaret 
Taylor, Marjorie 
Taylor, Mattie 
Taylor, Mennel 
Taylor, Nadine 

133, 186, 198,215 
Taylor, Nile 70 

Taylor, Ruth 
Taylor, Ruth 
Tea, LeGrande 162 



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173, 
83 



92, 

85 

205 

234 

191 



69 
221 
227 
134 

38 
202 

87 

96 
190, 

215 

66 

64 

95 

249 

246 

248 

247 

229 

215 



75, 126,224, 
49 



61, 164, 



69 

153 



55, 132, 



66, 134, 
78, 



244 

46 

208 

201 

63 

134 

139 

139 

90 

91 

207 

200 

132, 

153 
246 

229 

288 

87 

87 

29, 69, 153, 



97, 



227 
190 
209 



90, 219, 



30 



159, 



226, 
87, 



172, 
54, 



249 
41 
88 
74 
76 
84 

174, 

244 

201 

89 

214 

95 

68 

245 

128, 

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245 



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Teerleink, Virginia 






62 


Wagstatt, Amy 






80 


Teichert, Herman 






92 


Wagstaff, Vera 






63 


Terry, Heath 






242 


Wagstaff, Gwen 


86, 


202, 


256 


Terry, Lafayette 


77, 


152, 


153 


Wakefield, Homer 




132, 


192 


Terry, Norma 






97 


Waldo, Vern 61, 


63, 


64, 


172, 


Tew, Naomi 






81 


175,227,244 








Thatcher, Lucille 






89 


Walker, Ellen 




67, 


248 


Thaxton, Olive 






81 


Walker, Fay 




61, 


237 


Tholen, Margaret 


68, 


153, 


217 


Walker, Winifred 




61, 


241 


Thomas, Dan 




163, 


164 


Wall, Jason 






65 


Thomas, Margaret 




38, 


206 


Wall, Ruth 


77, 


235 


249 


Thomas, Margaret 






239 


Wall, Thelma 




88 


234 


Thomas, Rex 


68, 


220, 


249 


Wallick, Barney 






227 


Thomas, Ruth 






88 


Walsh, Reed 




77 


128 


Thompson, Avis 






74 


Ward, Golden 




68 


234 


Thornton, Lois 




74, 


234 


Ward, Dorothy 




78 


249 


Thorson, Myrna 






88 


Ward, Helen 




89 


209 


Threet, Ardelle 






219 


Ward, Keith 






85 


Threet, Roann 






219 


Warner, Ellen 




153 


243 


Tietjen, Bernell 94, 


132 


134 


248 


Warner, Meldon 


77, 


163, 


164, 


Tippetts, Dessa 






95 


172, 176,241,224 






Tippetts, Don 






69 


Warnick, Don 




69 


177 


Todd, Alice 73 


,78 


186 


214 


Warnick, Erma 






69 


Todd, Florence 68, 


22, 


138, 


139, 


Warnick, George 




68 


226 


142, 186,249,214 






Washburn, DeMonte 


65 


132 


134 


Todd, Josie 






74 


Washburn, Woodrow 






156 


Tolboe, Donald 






93 


Waters, Merrill 


92 


165 


225 


Tolboe, Donna 






74 


Watkins, Arthur 






84 


Tolhurst, Gilbert 


54, 


153, 


187, 


Watts, Eva 






95 


198,228 








Watts, Maxine 




85 


241 


Toliver, William 




176 


225 


Watts, Verdun 


79 


134 


249 


Torgensen, Betta 


97 


139 


207 


Watson, Leonard 




63 


237 


Towers, Adele 




91 


217 


Watson, Ottella 




91 


233 


Tucker, Afton 




77 


202 


Webb, Ina 






138 


Tuft, Max 






76 


Webb, Ross 58, 


176 


190 


225 


Tuft, Venice 






88 


Webb, Sybil 


92 


210 


236 


Turner, Dean 




87 


230 


Webster, Tom 






75 


Turner, Marjorie 






76 


Wedge, Virgil 28, 29 


52, 


121, 


Turner, Maxine 


96 


205 


249 


153, 190,226,243, 187 




Turpin, Marlow 65, 


167 


168 


244 


Weight, Newell 


75 


132 


134 


Tuttle, Marie 


94 


215 


249 


Welch, Arthur 




81 


220 


Tyler, Clark 






249 


Welch, Eloise 


76 


205 


260 


Tyndall, Clarence 






85 


Weight. Wilford 


62, 


132, 


134, 


U 








190, 192, 248 








Undermann, Ralph 




84 


153 


Wentz, Lorna 3 1 


38, 


153, 


186, 


Utley, CPuin+in 






235 


198,210,247 








Utvitch, John 




96 


191 


Wendel, Joseph 


69 


132 


134 


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West, Lois 






132 


Vance, Argene 






84 


Westman, Arden 


76, 


129 


239 


Vance, David 






89 


Westover, Russell 






77 


Vance, Marion 






165 


Wheeler, Melven 




160 


164 


Vance, Morris 


41 


190 


234 


Whipple, June 






93 


Van Dam, Lillieth 




77 


206 


Whitbeck, Phyllis 






216 


Van Wagenen, Donne 


i 




97 


White, Bob 






93 


Van Wagenen, Frank 




58 


221 


White, Clara 


77 


134 


206 


Van Wagenen, Fay 






219 


White, Fay 






64 


Van Wagoner, Merri 


1 


96 


249 


White, Lewis 




91 


153 


Vernon, Lucile 


78 


134 


248 


White, Dean 






248 


Verney, John 69, 


162, 


164, 


170, 


White, Max 


74, 


132 


134 


236,245 








White, Nina 






81 


Vickers, Reva 


69 


138 


206 


Whitaker, George 






75 


Vietti, Reynold 






249 


Whiteley, Alicebeth 


48, 


137, 


138. 


Vincent, Byrnece 






86 


139, 192 








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86 


Whiting, Lester 


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175, 


236 


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Whiting, Maylon 






86 


Wadley, Bryce 






46 


Whiting, Verl 


39, 


190 


228 


Wadley, LaVere 






35 


Whitney, Ruth 




94 


219 


Wadley, Lucy 






80 


Whitwood. Mary 






92 


Wagers, Marjorie 


60, 


153, 


217, 


Wignall, Elva 




95, 


219 


239,245 








Wignall, Lloyd 






225 










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Wilkins, Madelyn 


96, 


205, 


234 


Willardsen, Ruby 


62, 


219, 


242 


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Wilson, Boyde 




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226 


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248 


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176,244 








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212, 


237, 


238,249 








Woolf, Anthony 


43, 


128 


195 


223,237 








Woolf, Golden L. 






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Wooley, Allan 






96 


Wcolf, Wilbur 






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Wooley, Claude 






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Wooley, Henry 






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Wooley, Alex 






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Wright, Erva ' 90 


134 


139 


206 


Wright, Frank 50 


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166 


168 


Wright, Iris 






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Wright, Norma 






211 


Wright, Rosella 




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212 


Wycherly, Gaylen 




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Yarbrough, Amthcn 






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Yardley, June 






77 


Youkstetter, Pearl 


77 


209 


249 


Young, Alaire 


79 


233 


248 


Young, Clifford 


69, 


187, 


191, 


244, 248 








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67 


Young, Evelyn 






67 


Young, Dwightt 






256 


Young, Helen 


49 


153 


186 


Young, LuCinda 


93 


198 


209 


Young, Martin 






75 


Young, Max 






94 


Young, Mildren K. 




67, 


126, 


234, 249. 








Young, Persis 




78 


127 


Young, Sylvia 






213 


Young, Theodore 






50 


Young, Woodrow 




93 


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By sudden blasts, or slow decline. 
On she toils from day to day 
Her social comforts drop away— 

She is not fair tt» outward view 
Her lovliness they never knew. 
Her looks are sometimes coy and cold 
toy heart leaps up when I b«hold 

Her eyes as stars of twilight fair. 
Like a sunset too, her disky hair, 
Pointing upward to the skj ,' 
Luring, calling, passers by. 

I saw her again from a different view. 
As maybe you have seen her too, 
Like something fashioned in a dream 
This lovely girl, the Bunyon Queen. 




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As the Seniors march down University 
Avenue and down the aisle of commence- 
ment of life with its many opportunities, this 
school year becomes history. May this vol- 
ume of the 1936 Banyan be a reminder and 
help relive the many joyous days spent here 
at the "Y." In it we h&ve tried to include 
those things which you will want to remember. 

I am indebted greatly to the following for 
their services rendered: The many diligent 
workers on the staff; the untiring efforts of 
the University Press; the design of the book 
and technical supervision by Ralph Jenson; 
the assistance of Dr. Hales and the photo de- 
partment; Glen Potter and Fae Cottam for 
their art contributions; the Provo Book Bind- 
ery for the binding; and the David J. Molloy 
Company for the cover. 

LELAND PRIDAY 
Editor. 



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