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LIBRARY 

Brigham Young University 

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PUBLISHED BY THE ASSOCIATED 
STUDENTS OF THE BRIGHAM YOUNG 
UNIVERSITY AT PROVO, UTAH 



H.LEGRANDE LEWIS ^^^Sf' 

Editor 



MULTILITHED IN THE U. S. A. 

BY 

THE BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY PRESS 



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c/1-dminii.tzation . . . BOOK I 

Reflecting memories find here the guiding spirit of the 
surging student body; the cooperative attitude that broadens 
the vivacity of youth. 

(2[ai±E± BOOK II 

"The center of the educational system," reminiscing mem- 
ories marvel at advances made from the green Freshman to 
the polished Senior. 

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xqanLzaiion BOOK III 

Possifymg are the reflections of the extra curncular phases 
of the campus life, memories glide over the incidents of these 
brotherly contacts. 

cJ^ciiu'diz^ BOOK IV 

Reminiscing of the Junior Prom, the Sophomore Loan Fund 
Ball, the Snow Carnival, and Lovers Lane flood tender memo- 
ries through our minds again 

c^tfiLtia^ BOOK V 

Living again the battles of the gridiron, the basketball 
court, the tennis court, and the cinder track is the reminiscing 
desire of many who recall those exciting shadows of the past. 





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We've loved them sincerely and deeply, 
and we've sworn softly at them beneath our 
breaths. We've praised them as inspiration- 
al leaders and teachers only to pout the next 
day over their stiff exams, gargantuan 
assignments, and administrative ultimat- 
ums. We've laughed at their jokes, good 
and bad, and even attempted to make our 
apple polishing so smooth as to be unrecog- 
nizable. But, through blue days and bright, 
our intimate and friendly associations with 
those who guide us have ever served as the 
traditionally solid foundation upon which 
we have built the friendships, activities, 
achievements, and inspirations that have ac- 
cumulated and blended with each other to 
form the past year. 





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"Let others tell of storm and showers . . . 
ni only mark vour sunny hours" . . The mot- 
to on the upper campus sundial, but the true 
motto for the entire campus, for the vivid re- 
membrances of hallways, shady paths, hoary 
vines and rooms and buildings venerated by 
the presence of a prof or that "certain one is 
to recall the sunniest hours of life. To those 
who ^ave lived vigorously and joyously— to 
mose who love the Y and her campus, Earth 
■hath not anything to show more fair . . . 



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THE PRESIDENTS HOME 

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"A friend in need . . ". Under just such a 
relationship are the life-long bonds between 
Y students and faculty members forged. By 
living the good life and living it whole, and 
by outstanding scholarly achievement, the 
faculty is well prepared to aid students in 
moulding their lives. Differing only in age, the 
number of grey hairs, and the length of their 
belts, teachers and students constantly bump 
heads and knees as they exchange friend- 
. ships and ideas and bits of advice across the 
' table-tops during those memorable Y years. 




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DR. FRANKLIN L, WEST the vital con- 
necting link between the Latter-day Saint 
Church and Young U students , . has proved 
himself ideally qualiiied as Church Commis- 
sioner of Education by his efficient supervision 
of the L. D S, school system belies, by a 

quiet, unassuming manner, the tremendous 
force with which he accomplishes his tasks . . 



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KEIFER B. SAULS AND JOHN 
E. HAYES , , , official pur- 
chasing agent - secretary to 
the President and registrar, re- 
spectively . . . hold key posi- 
tions in the University adminis- 
tration, the latter being reputed 
to know every student and to 
never forget a face . . non- 
chalantly solve apparently im- 
possible tangles of administra- 
tive complexities . . , continual- 
ly elicit by their efficiency 
praise from faculty and stu- 
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NEHIE NEFF SMART ^_^^^ S^^r^Zp^X^^B 

lights m mothering her g rls _ problems of youth ^ ■ ^^^P^^ ^^^ home . 

,e„, one son on ^^-'^ZlT^L-^U' c=nsul.=n> and .empcrar, n,o,he, ^ 

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„ „„, ,eachi»g '»1'9'°" it °"S,",mam H. Boyle: '•^^''"Imna tamed'^"'*"' °' '*■' 

onal reputation . . • • 




Helen AUeman, B.S. 

Instructor m Home Economics 

Wilmur L. Allen, M.D^ 

Assocote ,n Med.col Deportment 

Kenneth AUred, A.B. 

Instructor in Mothemot.cs 

A A Anderson, 

Special Instructor in Scouting 



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Ariel S. BalUl, MA. 



Instructor 



Sociology 



Carma Ballil, B.S, 

Vn°ructor ."^P.^vsicc, Educotion 
tor women ona Assisiu 
Treasurer's Office 

Irene S. Barlow, M S. 

Assistant Professor of 
Home Economics 

D. Eldon Beck, Ph.D. 

Assistant Professor of 
zoology and Entomology 



Percival P. Bigelow 

Tnltructor ,n Auto Mechanics 

Mav Billings, B.S. 

instructor m Home Economics 

Verla L. Birrell, B.S. 

Instructor m Art 

Gladys D. Black, M^A- 

Ass^.an. Professor of English 



Lillian C Booth, 

Supervisory Teocher «\ 
Elementary Training School 

William H Boyle, M.A. 

Professor of Elementary Educotion 

Ralph A. Bntsch, A.B. 

Instructor in English 

Thomas L. Broadbenl, M.A. 

Instructor in German 



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EJla L. Brown 

Assistant Librorion' 

Loren C. Bryner, Ph D 

Assistont Professor in Chem 

Gustave Buggart 

Instructor ,n Music 

Margaret Burton 

Instructor ,n Physicol ' 
Education for women 



istry 



Newburn J. Butt, M S 

L'brary and Research Ass.sfont 

Mary Gallon, B S 

Assistcnt ,n Secre.ory's ' Office 

Elsie C. Carroll, M A 

Assistant Professor of Enlist, 

Parley A. Christensen Ph D 

Professor ,n English 



A- John Clarke, B S 

Instructor in Physics in H,gh School 

Herald R. Clark, M.B A 
James R. Clark, A B 

Assistant ,n Librory 

Morns M. Clinger A B 

Instructor in Speech •"• 



Evan M. Croft, B S 

Instructor in Office Practice 

W. Elmo Coffman B S 

^"-ant Professor of Geo.rophy 

David M. Crowton BS 
Leland K. Cullimore M D 

Associate in Medical 0.,onZt 



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oi Youngs great teachers ^''^ ^"9^^^^ authority, added to h' ^ '^^ ^- ^hrisl 

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THOMAS L. MARTIN -^';-:'^s:!^f^'s^:s:^^r. 

'o"7;;o.,on o. scholar °5i^C^>;«f,r,ue inT.eaching o. -"»^,;;"„<',3°"™'',e.u J' 

permit academic pursuits to mterlere 

Board member ... i 



S Czech mission head, student f™^e,P g ^^,^„^any-recogmzed Indian music 




Lloyd L. CuUimore, M.D. 

Medicol Director 

Ben)amm F. Cummmgs, A.B 

Pfofessor of Modern ond 
Clossicol Longuoges 

Eldon Dennis, M-A. 

Instructor .n Geology 

Gernt delong, Ph.D. 

Professor of Modern Longuoges 
Dean of College of Fine Arts 



Alhe Dixon, B.S. 

Assilfcnt Professor of Home Economics 

Fred W. Dixon, B.S. 

Instructor m Physical Educotion 
ond Athletics 

Ida Sm.oot Dusenberry, B.S. 

Assistont Professor of Psychology 

Vilate Elliott, B.Pd. 

Professor of Home Economics 



G-orge W. Fitzroy, 

Speciol Instructor in Piano 

F^"^-^ ^ ^l^^Hl^'in^Elmentorv 
Supervisory Teocner 
Training School 

Arthur Gaeth, A. B. 

Instructor in History 

lack R. Gibb, M.A. 

Instructor in Psychology 



^?^"%^pS"cf^ond^iVh. 
Professor ot f-nysic!, 

Uov C Hammond, B.S. 

IVlay >-. " ,„ Elementory 

Supervisory J 6° = '"^' 
Training School 

rpnrae H. Hansen, Ph.D. 

George '' ^^^ Geography 

'Ac°tinrDe°an?f°Co^"ege of Arts end 
Sciences 

V/iUiam F. Hanson 

Assistant Professor ot Music 



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Bertrand F. Harrison Ph D 

P'Ofessor of Botany 

Charles J. Hart, M A 
John E. Hayes, B,S 

Registrar 

Brigham T^ Higgs 

Superintendent Buildings and Campus 



Leona Holbrook M A 

Assistant Professor of Phvsirol 
Education for women '^">'""' 

Billie Hollinqshead Ph D 

Assistant Professor of Educotion 

Harrison Va] Hoyt Ph D 

Ad:!^1sfr°t'on"°""""^ -'^ ^---s 

H- Grant Ivins, B S 

Professor of Animal Husbandry 



Christen Jensen Ph D 

f;°'^"°' o' History and Political 
Science, Deon of Graduate School 

J. Marinus Jensen, M A 

Professor of English 

C. LaVoir Jensen 

Instructor in Mathemotics 

Edgar M. Jenson M A 



Alva J^ Johanson Ph D 

Assistant Professor of Chemistry 

Joseph J. Keeler, 

University Orgonist 

Edwin R Kimball M S 

Associote Professor of Physical 
Educotion and Director of "t'hietics 

Rodney Kimball 

Custodian of Athletic Equipment 




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loo, man and coll.cor „f „,„„als , . ^£ZZ7'h°l !!Z.^°"T °' *"' "'"' ^"""^ 

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. i r n A 1 n D r LARK Dean ol the College °' Commerce^ a ^^^^ouUedZ 1 



-nAl n D CLARK Dean ol the CollegeolCommer--^^^ oh-doubted s, ' 



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'»' L.'-IS. ""-Sim Madsen:, P^'odr-* 



reek art exhibit 



. h-" ^ - ^(„„„r Florence lepper- 

than any other pro-esso..^,^^^^^ more acclaim 







Gladys Kotter, M.S. 

ij.iuuy= -r^^^her in Elementary 
Supervisory Teacner 
Training School 

Asael C Lambert, Ph.D. 

Profefsor ot Educano^a, Adminis.ra.ion 
Dean of Summer Session 

Bent F. Larsen, M.A. 

Professor of Art 

Rp'iben D. Law, M.S. 

Aslocafe Professor of Elemen.arv 
Education 



Harold W, Lee, A.B. 

instructor in French 

WUiord D. Lee^ A.B. 

instructor in English 

Wesley P. Lloyd Pl;vD^^^ 

rEdSc1tro'n°'onTD°e*o: of Men 

>^°noneS^Lov^,B^S^^ 

Assistcnt in Hresiuc 



Stephen ]. Lundquist, B.S. 

Instructor in Music 

Franklm Madsen, Ph.D. 

Professor of Music 

Florence Jepperson Madsen, D.t 

Professor of Music 

Georqia Maesar, B.S. 

i^ei-iyi^ Elementary 

Supervisory Teccher 
Training School 



Milton Marshall, Ph.D. 

Professor of Physics 

Thomas L Ma^tm^ Ph-D^ 
Charles E. Maw, Ph.D. 

Professor of Cnemistry 

Mary McGregor, A.B. 

Instructor of Music 



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Amos N Merrill, Ph D 

Professor of Secondary Education 
Act.ng Dean of Colleg'e of EducSt.on 

Madison W. Merrill D M S 

Associate ,n Medical Department 

Elmer Miller, A.B 

Professor of Economics 

Karl Miller, 

Assistont Superintendent 



Floyd Millet A B 

^S';;;,;;^^;5^,^^-at,on and 

Alonzo J. Morley PhD 

Associate Professor ,f Speech 

La Vol S^ Morris, M S 

Professor of Landscape Architecture 

LuDema Nance 

School Nurse 



Elmer Nelson 

Instructor in Piono 

Joseph K. Nicholes, M A 

Associate Professor of Chemistry" 

Antone W, Nisson A B 

Instructor ,n Science 

L. Weston Oaks, M D 

Associate Medical Director 



Anna Ollorton, A.B. 

L'brarion 



Irene Osmond Ph D 

Instructor in Modern Languages 

Hannah C. Packard 

Special instructor in Vocal Music 







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°"°^ 'phony orchestra on naUono 
,,3ted.Uons,?dd/dtoh.smgh-complete 



Wordsworth 



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Leadership 




Kathryn Pardoe, AB- 

instructor .n Speech 

T Earl Pardoe, Ph.D. 

Professor of Speech 

Rirhnrd Condie 
Kicnaiu ^^^ ^^ ^^^^1 ^ysic. 



Special instructor 



B,S. 



S™"i%S.^S-— 



Tom Peterson, B|. 

Specol.st, Exter.s,on D,v,s,oh 

A Smith Pond, A.B. 

instructor m EconorT„cs 



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M Wilford Poulson, M.A. 

Professor of Psychology 

Naomi Rich, B-S 

Assistant Libror.on 

Stella p. Rich, B.S. 

Al^stont professor of English 

Edmund A. Richardson, A.B. 

Assistant in Spanish 



Bertha Roberts, A.B. 

Instructor m French 

LeRov I. Robertson, M.A. 

Professor of Music 

Fd M Rowe, A.B. 

A^oclole Professor of English 



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Robert Sauer, 

Professor of Music 

Kiefer B. Sauls, B.S. 

Treasurer 

Seth T, Shaw, M.A. 

Professor of Horticulture 

Nettie Neff Smart, B.S. 

Dean of Women 



George H. Smeath, A B 

Assistant in Horticulture 

Mary H. Smeath, 

Clerk of Extension Division 

Oliver R. Simth, A B 

Assistant in Extension Division 

Morris Snell, B.S. 

Mechanic in charge of repairs 



William H. Snell, A B 

Associate Professor of Mechon 
Arts 

Edna Snow, B.S. 

Instructor m Botany 

William J. Snow Ph D 

Professor of History 

Sidney B. Sperry, Ph D 

Associote Professor of ' ' 



Educotic 



of Religious 



Josephine Strong 

TrS^nr^riZ^r^^ °' ^'ementary 

Margaret Summerhavs A B 

Instructor of Music ' ' 

Harry Sundwall B S 

Instructor ,n Office Practice 



origins "',°'°"'"' '""""S-' """nued ol,.„a,»,lg \nJCjo^ "^^^'l «« m N,c 

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RISTEN JENSEN 

in seniority at Yonnr, ' ,-, ' . , " °^ *^® Graduate School veteran ' ,<= o j 

-hes poirticaU°crce andTat"^ tT^^LT:'' t'"™^. '^^ "^^^^^'^ ^^-Te 
■rs and developments in all major games Include V^'^^^"'' ^°"°^'"9 ^'^s^'y 

"g figures in varied fields . . reSs osa net^h V? ^" '"'"^'^ °' acquaintance top 

regards as a pet the International Relations Club , 



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or ol campus's most d.stmgu.shed outograph album headed 

loung's largest classes^^ ■ J- J ,J,°3ed' to ■'coach'' for exams . . . 
gntious criticizing ol student 




loseph Sudweeks, Ph.D. 

'AsLcPate professor of Educot.on 
Administrotion 

Inhn C Swenson, M.A. 

EsoV of Ecor,or.,cs end Socology 

Russel Swenson, Ph.D. 

As^tfon. Professor of ReUs-us 

Education 

Orea B. Tanner, A.B. 

Instructor in English 



Vosco M. Tanner, Ph.D. 

, nt Zoology and Entomology 

Professor of /.ooiogy 

Lynn Taylor 

Special Instiuctor in Art 

] Weldon Taylor, M.B. 

'instructor in Acccun.mg and Business 
Administrotion 

Aaron W. Tracy, A.B. 

Instructor in Englisfi 



1 T^Uiott Tattle, B.S. 

bprrvisory Teacher Elementary Troini, 
School- 

Fflie Warnick, M.S. 

Professor of Home Economics 

lleen Ann Waspe, B.S. 

. „ Office Practice 
Instructor in Office 

Guy C. Wilson, B. Pd. 

Alumni Secretory 



O Meredith Wilson, A.B. 

Instructor in History 

]ohn H. Wmg, M.S. 

Instructor m Chemistry 

l<:r-irl E Young, M.A. 

l^ocioteProfesso? of English 



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The faculty — at work and at play. 
Just to prove that they're not always 
staid and stolid here's Dr. T. Karl Par- 
doe (above) deciding whether to jump 
the fence or easier — go around. But 
imagine! There's Dean Nettie 
Smart primping! Of all people — ! And 
Dr. Lloyd is amused about something. 
Ed. M. RoAve says "LeGrande Lewis — 
Lewis are you here'?'" Then across the 
page, Pres. Harris congratulates an In- 
vitational Meet winner. Upper right, 
Dean Jensen and Dr. Lambert confer on 
registration day. And what registration 
would be complete without John 
Freckleton attempting to talk Dr. Guy 
C. Wilson out of Religious Ed. regis- 
tration. Inset, Dr. Martin expounds the 
mysteries of Bacteriology. Dr. Loren 
Bryner proudly shows off his Invita- 
tional Meet badge while the camera 
catches Chairman C. J. Hart at the 
"mike". 




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DREW LEONARD A. S. B. Y. U. prexy, competant director 

of student affairs, outstanding athlete ... is one of those lads 
who teams brains with brawn . . . excels in football and bas- 
ketball . . . became campus heart-throb as A. W. S. King . . . 
was a campus favorite through his amiable personality . . . 



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ERMA SCHOW lovely 

student vice-president . . . di- 
rected a year of outstanding 
assembly programs . . . be- 
came the supressed desire of 
many a brave lad .. . will hear 
wedding bells in June — so lose 
no sleep comrades . . . 




HELEN HOLBROOK petite, active keeper-of-the-books 

. . . played custodian to this year's history . . . lost a little 
efficiency with the release of a certain "preacher of the Word" 
— looks interesting . . . 



ED CLYDE hard-working social chairman . . . has had 

an outstanding college coreer as debater and prom chairman 
known commonly as "Mosquito" ... is one of the best 
sheepherders at the university . . . completed requirements 
for graduation a quarter early . . . 



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Personable, efficient and good looking, Prexy Drew Leonard made feminine hearts palpitate. 
Athlete, leader, and hard worker, his was a good job . . . Also soul's desire of the opposite sex, de- 
mure Erma Schow incited admiring "ah's" from the college hall audience when she conducted 
student assemblies. Arranger of good programs, they say her best sets a new standard at 
Young . . . Proving that dynamite comes in small packages, social chairman Ed Clyde packs a 
v/allop as public speaker and politician. Engineered a year of intensified activity Also subject 

to the dynamite adage, secretary-historian Helen Holbrook is one of Young's distinctive students 
Rumor has it that her history of the '38.-'39 year will be the archives' largest . . . 




Director of Public Service Bureau activities and married man, David Walker is second vice- 
president. Claims that there is nothing like marriage for a college man. Does Sonoma agree, 
Dave? . . . Peruser of books and scholar of no small reputation, Senior president Paul Boyer is a 
native of Provo, According to rumor, Boyer has two loves , . . Even the U. of U. student body 
emitted surprised sounds at Ben Lewis' stories. President of the haughty Juniors, Ben was master 
of ceremonies for the exchange programs sent to the northern schools . . . "Pax" for short, Monroe 
Paxnian plans to "preach the Word" for the next two years. Under his direction. Sophomores have 
sailed the calm sea of a "fun year" . . . Presiding officer of the greenlings, Garth Seegmiller found 
time to write poetry and play football. Came into his own in December to win favor as a prexy . . . 



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With reputation as "best-sender-outer-of-programs" in years, director David Walker of tb 
Public Service Bureau demonstrated rare executive ability. Took all-star programs on tours an 
inaugurated a regular weekly program at Utah State Hospital . . . "The better half" to director Dav 
Sonoma R. Walker performed the duties of a loyal wife. Helped send out reputation-gaining e 
tertainments, washed his dishes and kept house for him in addition to going to her own classes . 
Dramatist, scholar, secretary — Leora Curtis took time to track down her share of talent for P. S. 
programs. Ex-missionary, she does her share of program participation besides finding others 
represent the university . . . 



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Personality plus, Bess Gearheart has little trouble talking campus talent into cooperation. 
Native of Montana, Bess says that she likes Utah but sometimes wonders about the congeniality of 
Bngham Young entertainers . . . Busy man, "sweet potato" player-upper, journalist. Dale DeGraff 
states that it is often more easy to be the program himself than to find campus performers. Spent 
his time at the student offices working on the Banyan, "Y" News and Public Service Bureau . . . 
Furriner, Marvin Smith came from Palmyra, New York to school at the "Y". Quiet, subtle wit; he 
banters talented entertainers into traveling for the P. S. B. . . 



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Newest important organization on the campus, the Associated Men Students of the 
"Y" was nurtured into prominence by a capable personnel. Willie Stevens, heart-throb of 
many a campus coed was chairman of the executive council composed of Forest "Tweet" 
Bird and Twain Tippetts. 

Captain of Young's best football team, "Tweet" found time to take care of A. M. S. 
duties and be chairman of "Y" day. Rumor has it that under him more duckings were per- 
petrated than the old school has seen in many a day. Twain is an orator deluxe — a speak- 
er in demand. Yes, good men. 

In the group picture are members of the Men's Council left to right on the back row 
they are: witty sponsor Dean Wesley P. Lloyd, Manwaring, Taylor, Black, Jacobs, and Todd. 
Front row: Hales, Brown, Bird, Stevens, Hansen, Davies, and McAffee. 





Demure, personable, attractive, Connie Kelly led the A. W. S. by example. Leader and 
organizer, she displayed the ability to "get things done". In A. W. S. Preference Ball and 
Girls' Day, the coeds reigned the campus and prexy Kelly supervised unusual assemblies 
and outstanding dances. From Provo came Dorothy McGuire, vice president and chief aide 
to Connie. Hard-working and efficient, she helped arrange coed fetes. Maxine Turner, 
blond and conscientious, was the secretary of the organization. Personality plus, Lyle 
Evans had charge of recreational programs as the recreational leader of A. W. S. No other 
term than "banner year" could adequately, describe the activities of the organization un- 
der these leaders. ' 



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As delicately^ g-reen as the grass of 
spring-, and as unstepped on, the Frosh con- 
quer new worlds. They write home letters 
blustering with confidence and collegiate 
sophistry, not to mention their own stock 
questions "What's the "B" for in HOB?" 
and "Do I have to climb that hill in 10 min- 
utes?" Then come the Sophs, proving that 
environment does work favorable changes: 
no high school medals worn — new sophisti- 
cation. A Junior, and responsibility and 
worry of choosing a major, replacing theor- 
etically the worry of filling groups. Final- 
ly after three years of elimination, behold! 
The sage Senior, torn 'twixt matrimony and 
parsimony, walking about in circles, mutter- 
ing to himself 'neath cap and gown: "Today 
I am a man. Today I AM a man!" Then 
it's all over, to be recalled only by memories 
and yearbooks. It was too good to last. 





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, , , , , At the end of the trail, or is it "trail"' 
Quite a shock to realize that college for you is 
in the past tense, isn't it? Ready to wave the 
sheepskin defiantly at the slammed doors of 
employment agencies, and to console yourself 
that you didn't want the job anyway? College 
memories all filed away, ready to be elaborat- 
ed upon when being told to the grandchildren 
who will tie knots in your beard while you re- 
live frosh hazings, initiations, touchdowns, 
dates, proms? . , • . . . Graduation is already 
looking for a place to .happen, .and the place ' 
will let itself be found qll too sooii. But when 
eye$ and hankies are dry again, remember • 
that you owe Uncle Sam your income tax, 
and Neal Peterson your alumni dues. lust 
try to forget 



DeRaunz Canoon 

Cordstoti, "Canodo 

Maurice Hall 

Sontaquin, .Utoh 





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Waldo LeSueur 

MeSQ. Anzono 

Rulon W. Lowry 

Cardston, Conodo 




Stephen J. Luridquist 

Ogden, Utah 

Delbert L. Minei 

Fairview, Utdh , 






• Hyrum J. Smith 

Sdlt Lake City, Utah 

Golden Taylqr 

• Spokane, Washington 



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Martha Jane. West ". 

Boston, Mossochusetts 

McKay Allred 

Provo, Otoh 







Mor-rell R. Ashb.y- 

American Fork, UtOh 

Thell Bailey • ' 

Sonford, Colorado 



Berl.Boyack. " . ■' 

Spanish Fork, Ufah 

Verna Allan BrienhoU 

Los Angeles, Colifornia . 



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D A, Cahoon ■ 

Cordston, Canada " 

Fori-CfQQk 

Cedor Volley. tJtoh 



Horace Chri&tensen 

Provo, Utah 

Ralph F. Dabb' 

Horr.isville, Wtoh • 



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Elvin J. Dennis 

Roosevelt, Utah 

Reese E-. Faucette 

' Sonford, Colorado 




' Desma -H. Gal way 

Provo, Utah.' .i 

lay Hennefer • 

Loyton, Utah •* 






Burton Huot 

Pine, Arizona 

'Harold R. Loycock 

Provo, Utah 





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LaRelle Nelson 

Rexburg, odlho 

Sarah Nickerson 

Graotsville, Utah 





Lowell Olsen 

Provo, Utah 

Rollind -Perry 

Vernal, Utah ■ 



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■Wayne Solfe 

Mrdvolc, UtaH 

Mqttie taylor 

Spokane, Washington 



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L. Lafgy-ette Terry 

Enterprise, Utyh 

Dah. Thomas 

Ogden; Clloh ■. 



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prexy - , , succeeded in leading his class 
through an enviable year of unparalleled act- 
ivities . . . contributed considerably to the 
recognition accorded the graduating class . . . 



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FAROL HASSELL vice- 
president of the Senior class, 
Girls' Day editor, Y News sub- 
editor. White Key member . . 
has held seemingly endless 
honorary positions . . . argues 
by her mere existence that 
beauty and brains can com- 
bine. 



VERNON CHRISTENSEN 

exceptionally etiicient secre- 
tary-treasurer . . . has proved 
his excellence by two succes- 
sive years as class secretary 
. received A. K. Psi scholar- 
ship award made himself 
a brightlight of the Senior class 
by his amiability and friendli- 
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Scott Allen " ; 

Prov0, Utah 
Mojor: Chemistry 
Minor: Mathematics' 



Verle Allen 

Las; Vegas, Nevado 

Major: Elementary Education 

Minor: Ehglish . 





Arline Allred 

. Lehi,.'utah 
Major: Clothing- 
Minor: Foods 



parwm Allred 

Spring City, Utah 

Mojor: Secondcrv Education 

Minor: Sociology 





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Lynn Anderson 

Marquette, Nebraska 
Majoi':' Physics 
Minor: Mathematics 



Ralph Anderson 

Elsinore, Utah ' 

Major.: Accounting 

Minor: finance and Banking 





Wanda Andrus. 

Holladoy, Utah 
Major: Physical Edu 
Minor: Speech 



Keith' Archibald 

Rexburg, Idaho 
Major: Acco'untln'g 
Minor: Economics. 





Martha Ashby . 

Spanish Fork, -Utah 

Major: Elementary Education 

Mirtor : English 



• Kenneth Aycock. 

Vernal, Utoh 

Maior : Accounting 

Minor Finance and Bankmg 



Elden Ball 

Idaho Falls, Idaho 
Major: Commerce 
Minor : Accounting 



Alta Barnes 

Wellington, Utah 

Major: Elementary Education 

Minor: 




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Wm. Victor Bartholomew 

Fayette, Utah 
Mpjor: Chemistry 
Minor: Agronomy 



Gerald B. Barton 

Greenville, Utah 
Major: Chemistry 
Minor: Mathematics 



Max Bateman 



So.t Loke City, Utah 
Major : Marketing 
Minor; Economics 



Nellie Beal 



Ephroin, Utah 

Ma)or: Secondory Education 

Minor: Office Practkre 



Fay Bean 



Provo, Utah 
Major: Accounting 
Minor Aconomics 



Chad Beckstead 

Midvale, Utah 

Maior: Physical Education 

Minor: Sociology 




Vance W. Bennett. 

Meadow, Utah 
Major; Mathematic-s 
Minor: Zoology 



Ruth Berlin 

Ogcfen, Utah 

Mojbr: Secondary Educotion 

Minor: Speech 



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La Veil M. Bigelow 



Provo, Utah 

Major: Elementary Educotion 

Minor: Physics 



Sanford M. Bingham 

American Fork, Utoh 
Major: Botany 
Minor: German 



Forest W. Bird 



Sheridan, Wyoming 

Motor: Botany 

Minor: Agronomy - Horticulture 



ql "R. Black 



ferrbn, Utah 
Major: Sociology 
Minor: History 



James E. Blciir 

Provo, Utah 
Major; Chemistry 
Minor: Mathematics 



Paul D. Boyer 

. Prove, Utah 
Mojor; Chemistry 
Minor:- Mathematics 



. Elayne Boyle 



Provo, Utah. ■ 
Major; Journalism 
Minor: Office Practice 



Faye Broadhead 

Nephi, Utah 
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Fern Broadhead 

Nephi, Utah 

Major: Elementary Education 

Minor: Sociology 



Elizabeth Brooke 



Beover, Utah 
Major: English 
Minor: JournoHsm 




Charl Brown 

Grontsvilie, Utah 
Moior: Agronomy 
Minor: Chemistry 



Eleanor Brown 

Sandy, Utah 

Major: Elementory Education 

Minor: English 



Vincent Brown 

Prove, Utah 

Major: Elementary Education 

Minor: Geography 



Pauline Burgess 

Alpine, Utah 
Major: Clothing 
Minor: Foods 



Hermen R. Carpenter 

Pork City, Utoh 

Major; Accounting 

Minor: Finance and Banking 



LaVell Chamberlain 

Orderville, Utoh 

Major: Physical Education 

Minor: English 






Gordon M. Christensen 

Delta, Utah 
Major: Music 
Minor: English 



Kathryn Christensen 

American Fork, Utoh 

Mojor: Speech 

Minor: Physical Education 



Margaret Christensen 



Provo, utoh 

Maior: Clothing ond Textiles 

Minor: Office Practice 



Oro Christensen 



Richfield, Utah 

Major. Physical Education 

Minor: English 



Vernon Christensen 

Provo, Utoh 
Moior: Marketing 
Minor. Economics 



Foe Nannette Clark 

Provo, Utah 

Moior: Speech 

Minor: Physical Education 





J. Kent Clark 

Ogden, Utah 
Major: English 
Minor: History 



Merlin Clark 

Connonville, Utoh 
Moior: Sociology 
Minor: Economics 



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Reed L. Clegg 

Provo. Utah 

Major; 

Minor: 



Raymond W. Collins 

Ogden, Utah 
Major: Bacteriology 
Minor : Chemistry 





William A. Coltrin 

Huntington Pork, California 
Major : Agriculture Economics 
Minor: Journolism 



Shirl E, Cook 

Pegrom, Idaho 
Major: Chemistry 
Minor : Mothemotics 



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Zelda'Cook 

Pegrom, Idaho 
Major: English 
Minor: Office Practice 



Clyda Cope 

Ruby's Inn, Utah 
Maior: Foods - Nutrition 
Minor: Clothing •■ Textiles 



Jean Cottom 

St. George, Utah 

Major: English 
Minor: Art 



Dcmnell Cottrell 

Draper, Utoh 
Major: History 
Minor: Economics 



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Spencer Covert 

Sprmg City, Utah 

Mojor: Music 

Minor: Germon, English 



Norma Crane 

Prove, Utah 
Major; Sociology 
Minor: History 



Ladd Cropper 

Delta, Utah 
Major: Music 
Minor: Sociology 



Ray Crosbie 

Provo, Utah 
Major: Chemistry 
Minor: Zoology 




Reginald Curry 

Ft. Duchesne, Utah 
Major: Animol Husbandry 
Minor: Agronomy 



Margie Cutler . 

Salt Lake City, Utah 
Major: Elementory Education 
Minor: Sociology 



Charles' J. Davies 

Sponish Fork, Utah 
Major: Journalism 
Minor: Spanish 



Grant B. Davies 

Provo, Utah 

Major: Agricultural Economics 
Minor: Horticulture 



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Alfred Dexter 

Pleosont Grove, Utah 
Mojor: Accounting 
Minor; Economics, Music 



Marie Duffin 

Solt Loke City, Utah 
Moior: Clothing and Textiles 
Minor; Office Proctice 








Leland Earl 

Ogden, Utoh 

Major; Economics 

MifSor; Acct. and Bus. Adm. 



Lavoy Esplin 

Orderville, Utah 
Major; Zoology 
Minor: Sociology 



Nada Ellsworth' 

Provo, Utah 

Moior; Clothing and Textile 

Minor Foods 



Bert Felt 

Centerfield, Utah 
Moior: Physics 
Minor' Mothemotics 



Charles R. Fish 

Provo, Utoh 
Major; Pol. Science 
Minor; Economics 



Samuel D, Flake 

Snowfloke. Arizona 
Major, Speech 
Minor; Spanish 



Charles Fletcher 

Provo, Utah, 
Major; Mothemotics 
Minor; Physics 



R. R. Folsom 

Wofcrton Park, Alberta, Can. 
Major; Secondary Educotion 
Minor; Mothemotics 



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William A. Forsyth 

Cordston, Alberta, Con. 
Major; Secondary Educotion 
Minor; English 



John M. Freckleton 

Provo, Utah 
Major; English 
Minor; Germon 



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Lilliah Troere/ 

Ogcfefn, Utah . 
Major: Sociology , 
yvMnor: English 



Arthur Gaeth 

Prbvo, Utah 
Major: History 
• Minor: Politicok Science- 



Ross Gardner ■, 

Sal.t .Lake City, Utah 
Major: Chemistry. 
Minor: Mathematics 



Ralph Garrett 

.Nephi, Utah 
Major: Sociology 
Minor: Economics 






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Alta Gassman 



Ephraim, Utah 

Maior: Clothing and Text 

Minor: Foods and Nutritit 



Bess Gearhert' 

Chinook, Montana 
.Mojor: English 
Minor.: History. 




Byron Geslison 



Spanish Fork, Utah 

Major: Secondary Education 

Minor; German 



Cldrence Geslison 

Spanish Fork, Utah 

Major: Secondary Educotion 

Minor: Animal Husbandry 



Irvin Gibby 

• Roy, Utah . 

Major: Bacteriology 
Minor: Chemistry 



. • Clarence Giles 

Heber, Utah 
Major:. .History 
' Minor: Sociology 



Preston -Gledhill 

Richfield, Utoh 
Mojori Speech, French 
Minor: 



Floyd Goodrich 

Bluebell, Utah 

Major: Acct. and Bus. Adm 

Minor: Aconomics 




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Richard Graehl 

Ogden, Utah 

Mojor; Accounting 

Minor; Finance and Banking 



Ray C. Graham 

Wollsburg, Utah 
Major: Bacteriology 
Minor: Chemistry 



Marjc 



Grass 



Denver, Colorodo 
Mojor: Art 
Minor ; Educotrbn 



lesse W. Grimiss 

Provo, Utoh 

Major: 

Minor' 



Ada Hafen 

St. George, Utah 

Major: Physical Educotion 

Minor: Social Science 



Lucille Hallam 

Sponish Fork, Utah 
Majcfr; English 
Minor: Speech 



Almct W. Hansen 

Ogden, Utoh 
Mojor: Histdry 
Minor: Sociology 



Emma H. Hansen 

Ogden, Utah 

Ma|6r: Elementary Education 

Minor Home Economics 



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Grant Hansen 



Provo, 
Major 
Minor : 



Utoh ' 

Physics 

Mathematics 



L.'L. Marker 

HiMspnng, Utoh 
Major; Mathematics 
Minor; Physics 



Wilson Harper 



Ookley, Idaho 
Major; Mothematics 
Minor; Physics 



Harriet'Merrill 



Smithfield, Utoh. 

Moior; Seconcjory Education 

Minor; Speech 



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LeahD. Harris 



Provo, Utah 

Major.:. Foods and* Nutrition 

Minor: Household Adm. 



Staiilord Hcffrieon 

Downey, Idaho 
Major; Geology 
Minor: Mathemofics ' 



"Gweri Hartley . 

Foirview, Utoh 
Maior:' Mothemotics 

• Minor:. English' , 



Parol Hdssell " ' 

Mommoth, Utah 
■ Major: Journohsm 
Minor: Office Practice 



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.Franklin R. Hay-more 

Dojjglos, Arizona 

Mojt)'' : Accounting and Bus. Adm 

Minor.: Finance and Banking 



■Edith Haywood 

Ponguitch,. Utah. 

Moior: foods and Nutri-tion 

Minor: Clothing and Textiles 



Thomas Hemingway 



Ely, Nevada 
Maior : Chemistry 
Minor: Zoology ' 



Walter Henderson 

Canno'nville, Utah 

Ma)or : 

Minor: 




L^o. Herbert 



Douglas, Arizono 
, Major.' Accounting and Bus, Adm 
Minor : Finance ■ ond Banking 



Phyllis Hermansen" , 

Gunniion, Utoh 
MojoV: Education . 
Minor : Sociology, English 



Alton Higgs 



Solt Loke City, Utah 
Ma |or: Physical Education 
Minor: En'glish 



Mae E. Hodson 

Provo, Utah 

Mojor: Elementary Education 
Minor: English 



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Marelda Hogge 

Eden, Utah ' 
Mojor: Cducotion 
Minor ; English 



Helen Holbrook 

Provo. Utoh ■ 

Mo|or; Speech 

Minor: Engl'sh end Office. F 



Franklin T. Hopper • 

Spanish' Fork, UtoK 
Mo)Or ; Secondory ^ducotion 
• Mmor : History. 



Orvil Howe 

Prove. UToh , ■ 

Maior ; Markejing 
Minor : Economics 



Russon Hunter 

Oakley, Idaho 
Mo)or: History 
Minor: Econ. on dSoc. 



Elvon Jackson 

Moulder, Colorado 
Maior: Chemistry 
Mirtor : Zoology 



Bennett Jacobs 

Rodt-lorid,, -Idaho 
Ma)or: Economics 
Minor Sociology 



Briant Jacobs 

Mt. Pleasant, Utah 
Maior: English 
Minor : Journglism 



Helen Jeprisen 



Murrav-, Utoh 

Maior .' Clothing ond Textiles 

Minor: Foods and (Nlutnfion 



Beulah Jensen 

Provo, Utah 
Moior-: Speech 

Minor. ' 



Jean Jensen 

Huntsville, Utoh. 
Major : Sociology 
Minor: History 



JCickson Jewkes 

Price, U*ah 

Mojor; Physical Education 

Minor: Animal Tuiftohdry 



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Dorothy Johnson 



Nephi, Utoh 

Major; Elementary Education 

Minor: English 



Nelda Johnson 



Spnngville, Utah 

Major; Secondary Education 

Minor: Art 



Calvin B. Jolley 

Barnson, California 
.Major: Psychology 
- Minor: German 



Ellen Jones 

Susonn, Colorado 

Major : Elementary Education 

Minor: English 



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Glade Jorgensen 

American Fork, Utah 
Ma|or: Music 
Minor : English 



Lon Kennard 

Logon, Utah 

Major: German 

Minor: Religious Education 



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Marjorie Killpack 

Idaho Foils, Idaho 

Major : Elementary Education 

Minor. Business and Speech 



Tom Kimball 

Phoenix, Arizona 
Major: Agronomy 
Minor : Moth. 



Dwight King 



Prove, Utah 

Major: Accounting and Bus. Adm 

Minor : English 



Eudora Knudsen 

Lehi, Utah 

Major: HoUsehold Admin 

Minor: Clothing and Textiles 



Maurice Lambert 

Provo, Utah 
Mojor: Chemistry 
Minor . Mathematics 



Derby Laws 

Blanding, Utah 
Major; Chemistry 

Minor: Mathematics 




Drew Leonard 

Hunttngton, Utah 
Mojor: A. & A. B. 
Minor; Economics 



H. LeGrande Lewis 

Provo, Utoh 
Mojor: Physics 
Minor : Chemistry 



Lewis Lorean 



Overton, Nevada 

Mojor : Physical Educotion 

Minor: English 



Raymond N. Love 



Salt Lake City, Utoh 

Mo|Or. A. Gr A. B. 

Minor History & Sociology 



Helen Loveless 

Copperton, Utah 

Mo|or Art 

Minor : Physical Education 



Richard Loveridge 

Springville, Utoh 

Mo)or: A. & A. B. 

Minor: Finance and Bonking 



Lavinia Ludlow 

Spanish Fork, Utoh 
Moior: Physical Educotion 
Minor Office Practice 



Eddy Martin 

Monan, Idaho 
Mofor : Sociology 
Minor. History 



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Louise Mayer 



Monderson, Wyoming 

Major Foods ond Nutntron 

Minor C Cr *r HA 



Dorothy McAllister 

Sponish Fork, Utoh 

Mojor Clothing and Textiles 

Minor Home Administration 



Dorothy McGuire 



Provo, Utoh 

Mojor: Elemeniory Educotion 

Minor; Office Practice 



Donald S. McKay 



Ogdcn, Utah 

Mojor ; Music ond Germon 
Minor: Sociology 



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Deloy McMullin 

Midvale, Utah 
Major: Marketing 
Minor: Accounting 



"Clara McOmie 

Lark, Utoh 

Major: Elementary Educotion 

Minor: English - 





Hazel McPhie 

Spring Canyon, Utah 

Major: Elementary Education 

Minor: Music 



Virginia Meiling 

Lehi, Utah 
Maior: Speech 
Minor: Art 



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La, Prele Memmott 

Provo, Utah 

■Major : Accounting & Bus. Adm 

Minor: Office Practice 



Max Mendenhall 

Provo, Utah 
Major : Speech 
Minor: 



Edythe Merrill 



Alberta, Canada 

Major: Secondory Education 

Minor ; English 



Paul Merrill 

Prove, Utah 

Major; Political Science 

Minor: Sociology 



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Gail Mickelsen ■ 

Draper, Utah 

Ma|or.: Elementary Educotion 

Minor: English ■ 



Vi'vienne Miller 

Basin,, Wyomjng 
MajOrl Art 
Minor: English 



Katharine Mitchell 

Provo, Utoh 

Maior: Elementary Education 

Minor: English 



Jane Mofiitt 

Castle Dole, Utah, 

Major: Accounting & Bosiness 

Minor: Office Proctice 




Eleanor Moore 

Sponish Fork, Utoh 
Mojor: Foods & Nutrition 
Minor:. Office Proctice 



Jane Packard- 
Prove, Utah 
Major: Music 
Minor: Speech 



Mary Parrish* 

Peterson, Utah 
Major: Physical Ed. 
Minor: English 



Carol Pendleieri 

Provo, Utah 
,Ma|or : Chemistry 
Minor Bacteriology 



Dan W. Peterson 

Pleasont Grove, Utah 

Major: Speech 

Minor: Politicol Science 



Paul A. Petersen 

Ephraim, Utah 
Major: Music 
Minor ? English 



Pintar 



McGill, Nevada 
Major: Physicol Ed. 
Minor: English 



Beth Pond 

Foirfield, Idaho 
Motor; Music 
Minor: English 



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Cleo Pond 

, dono 
Major: Zoology 
"nglisn 



Chris Ivan Mor4ensen 

Riverton, Utoh 
Major Physical Ed 
Minor: Accounting 



William E, Purdy 

Ookley, Wyoming 
Mojor: Music 
Minqr: Sociology 



Wcu-dell 



lono, Idoho 
Mojor: History 
Minor: Sociology 



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Henry Muceus 

Ames, lowo 
Major: Music 
Minor: 



Voyle Munson 

Escalante, Utah 
Mojor; English 
Minor : Journolism 



Mark Murray 

Las Vegas, Nevada 

Major: Accounting and Business 

Minor: Economics 



McKay Neilson 

Washington, Utah 
Mojor: Botany 
Minor: Zoology 



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Max Nicholes 

Provo, Utah 

Maior: Animal Husbandry 

Minor : Bacteriology 



Henry E, Raddatz 

Santaquin, Utah 

Major: Mechanics 

Minor : Secondary Education 



Ruth L. Rebentisch 

Ogden, Utah 
Major: English 
Minor : Sociology 



Malno Reichert 

Price, Utah 
Major: Clothing 
Minor : Foods 




E. J. Rice 

Brighom City, Utah 

Major; Accounting & Bus. Adm 

Minor: Finance & Banking 



Helen Richards 

Salt Lake City, Utah 
Major: Sociology 
Minor: Psychology 



Luriene Richardson 

Provo, Utah 
Major: Clothing 
Minor: Foods 



Geneva Ricks 



Jdaho Falls, Idaho 
Major: Education 
Winor: Speech 




Charles Roberts 

Lehi. Utah 

Mojor: Physlcol Ed. 

Minor; Sociology 



Ivie RoberVs 

Delto, Utah 

Mpjor: Clothing Gr Textile 

Minor: Physical Ed. 



Mane Robinson 



Lehi, Utah 

Mojor: Accounting and Business , 

Minor: FmonQB & Bonkipg 



Isabelle Romn.ey" 



Col Juorez, Mexico 
Major : Speech 
•Minor. 



Merlyn Romney 

Provo, Utah 

Major : English 

Minor, Office Proctict. 



Laura Roundy 

Provo, Utoh 

Mojor: Secondary Education 

Minor- Sociology 




Ross, Sanders 

Malta, Idaho 

Mojor: Accounting Cr Business 

Minor: Speech 



Devon Sanderson . 

Forryiew, Utah 

Moior: Accounting a Business 

Ml no/: Office Practice 



Edward A.. Sandgren 

Provo, Utah 

Mojor; Political Science 

Minor: Offfce ProcTtte 



Slan Schmutz 

St. (jeorge, Utah. 
Motor: Music 
Minor: Ge. mon 



Erma Schow 

Lehi, Utah 

Major: Clothing & Textfles 

Minor: Office Practice 



Edith Scorup* 

Solino. Utoh 
Major: Bocteriolog/ 
Minor: Chemistry 



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Esteban Simagan 

Philipine Islands 
Major: Zoology 
Minor: Botany 



James Simmons 

Springville, Utah 

Major; Sociology 

Minor; Music 



Rita Skousen 



Col. Jourez, Chih., Mex. 
Major; Education 
Minor: Office Practice 



Donald Smith 

Ogden, Utah 
Major: Agronom/ 
Minor; Chemistry 



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Ferral L. Smith 

Elsinore, Utah 
Major: Accounting 
Minor: 



Katherine Smith 

Provo, Utah 

MQ)or, Secondary E' 

Minor : German 



Beth Sofle 




Sandy, Utah 
Major: Physical Ed 
Minor; Sociology 



Morris E. Sorenson 



Ephroim, Utah 
Major: Sociology 
Minor; History 



Fred Spackman 

sterling, Alta Canada 
Major: Zoology 
Minor; Chemistry 



•Helen Stanko 

Sheridon, Wyoming 
Major: Accounting & Bus 
Minor:: Economics 



Eva Starr 



Springville, Utoh 
Major; English 
Minor; Office Proctice 



Ross Sterling 

Spanish Fork, Utah 
Major: Accounting 
Minor: Economics 



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Willie Stevens 

El Paso, Texas 
• Major: 
Minor: 



Grant Stewart 

Mr. Pleosont, Utah 
Mojor : Physics ' 
Minor : Mathematics 



Joe Strickland 



Norfold, Vo. 
. Major; Political Science 
Minor: Economics 



Charles Swanner 

Spanish Fork, Utah 

•Mojor : Accounjing ■ 

Minor : Finance ond Bonking 



Calvin Swenson 

Pleosont Grove, Utoh 
Major: Politicol Science 
■ Minor , Psychology 



Kenneth Taylor 

Provo, Utah 
Mojor; Morketing 
Minor : Art 



Ruth Taylor' 



Col." Dublon, Chih!, Mex. 
Mojor : Etementory Education 
Minor: Art 



. Dean ThomCrs ■ 

Spanish Fork, Utah 
Major; Mechanic Arts 
Minor: Sec, Ed, 



Fraughtop E. Thompson 

Georgetown, Idoho . 

Major: ■ Secondary Education 

Minor: Office Practice . 



Bernell.Tietjen 

Monroe, Utah 
Major>. Speech 
Minor : Musio 



Twain tippetts 

Ephraim, Utoh 
Major : 
Minor: 



Gwendolen Toland 

St. John, Konsos 

Major: Speech 

Minor: English - ■ 



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Wiilipm ToUlver 

Salido,_;Colorado 
Maior: Hcopomics 
Minor: History , • . 



Max Tufi ' ■ 

American Fork, Utah - 
Major : Agronomy 
Minor. Chemrstry 



Mdxine Turner 

Spgr^ish Fork, Utah 
Mpior: Speech 
Minor: English - 



Ralph LTngermann' 

Huntington, Utah 
Mojor : Speech 

Minor: English 



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Lee B. Valentine 

Bngham City, Utah 
Major: History 
Minor; Spanish 



Thora' Van Leuven 

Provo, Utah 

Maior: Elementary Education 
- Minor; Botany 




Merrill Van Wagoner 



Midway, Utoh 
'Major: French 
Minor: German 



David Walker 

Pleasant Grove, Utah 
Major: Journalism 
Minor; Speech" 



Ferrell Walker 

Delta, Utah 

Moior:' Political Science 

Minor; History 



Sonqma Walker 



Pleasant Grove, 
Major; English 
• Minor! Music 



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Brenf N. Weight 

Springvillc, Utoh 
Mojor: Chemistry 
Minor: Mothematice 



Dean White 

Morton, Utoh 
Moipr: Sociology. 
Minor: Speech 






Kenneth Whitwood 

Spanish Fork, Utah 
Major.: History 
Minor: English 



Vernon Wilco.x 

Solem, Oregqp 
Major: Speech * • 
Minor English 



Farrell Willett ^ 

PleosonI Grove, Utoh 
,Moior: Accounting 
Minor Office Practice 



Dean Williams 

Molad, Iddho 
Mojor: Marketing 
Minor Economics 



^arma Wilson 

Roosevelt, Utah 
Moior: English ■ • 
Minor; frcnch 



Niles Wing . 

American Fork, Utoh- 
■ Moior ; Sociology 
'•Minor: English 



Leland \V'iscornl3e 

rtoosevelt, U*tah 

Mojor: Secondory Educolic 

Minor:. English 



Editb Wortdn • 

Ogden. Utoh 

Mojor! Secondary Educotion 

Minor Office Procfrce 



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more procrastination 
Upper division v/ork 
so is being a junior. 



Two well-worn years tucked away in Ban- 
yans and memories. At last, woe is me, no 

in choosing the major. 

is slightly different, but 
with all the work and 
worry of bringing Timp Cave out of the clouds 
to the Women's Gym, making "Hearts Para- 
dise" a breath-taking reality. But being a 
junior is far more than being "slightly differ- 
ent." It's the essence of college life — it's "par- 
adisical. " 




BEN LEWIS story-telling president . . . 

was dubbed "massacre of ceremonies" on ex- 
change program to U. of U, and A. C. . . . al- 
ready holds a job in one of Proves prominent 
banks ^ . . directed Y Eagles and class activities 
with a rare system of planning . , . 



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FLORENCE STEVENS 

slender, starry-eyed vice-presi- 
dent . . . posed as the Indian 
maid, Utahna . . . made male 
hearts skip numberless beats, 
but futilely — she seems to have 
made an alliance . . - has Ster- 
ling calibre, but we v/onder if 
she'll go Strate . . . 



LYDA WHICKER charm- 
ing, charming brunette . , kept 
track of v/eighty Junior trans- 
actions . . v/as Snow Queen 
candidate . . added Boyer to 
her list of luminary-admirers . . 



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Sheldon AUred 

. Theras Allred 

lona Alvey 



Aleene Anderson 
Alice Anderson 
Elwood Anderson 



Keith Anderson 
Mojel Anderson 
Ross Anderson 



Robert Andrews 
James Andrews 
Lewis Arnold 



Nevada Atkinson 

McKay Avery 

Bessie Ayers 



Doris Alder . 

Glenn Allen 

Beth Allred 



Elva Bqird 
■" Gene Baker • 
Marie . Barclay 



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Thomas Barrett 

Thomas Baum 

Boyd Beesion 







Margaret Belnap 

Shelby Bentiey 

Martell Bird 



Robert Bird 
Joseph Boel 
Diane Booth 



Calvin Boswell 
Gladys Boswell 
Lucille' Bowers 



Reed Bowen 
Glen Bown 
Beth Briggs 



Helen Brockbank 

Starr Brockbank 

Helen Brown 




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Mary Brown 
Milton Brown . 
Marilyn Brunson 




Thomas Bullock 

Victor Bullock 

Karl Burgess 





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Lester • Cannon 


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Leon Castleton 


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Mono Christensen 


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Ross Christensen 




Wallace Christensen 




Carl Clark 




Evelyn Clark 



Earry Clark 
Stan Clark 
Alton Ciegg 



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Stewart Crandall 
Margaret Clyde 
Ruth Clyde 




Edith CoUett 
Edna Colletl 
Aileen Condie 



Mdson Cottam 
Spencer Crabtree ■ 
Eva Crandall 



Ralph Crowton 
Cixamp Cull ■■ 
Wanda- CuHimore 




Coral Curtis ' 
Leora Curtis 
Dougl<;is' Davis 



Francis Davis 
• Dale DeGraif 
Helen Demos 



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Fern F. Dennis 
WiUard Devitt 
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Evelyn Dixon 
Arvid Dodge 
Donald Duce 



Lucille Dyreng 
Lael Ellertson 
Helen Ellison 




Elmo- Eiiglestead 
Thelma Eskelson 
Beth Evqns ■ 



Lyle Evans 
Virginia Fackfeli 
Taylor Finlayson 



James Fletcher 
Nooma Fordham 
George Forsey 



Kdrl Foster " 
La Vona Frdndsen 
Dorothy Fuller 



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Dee Gay 
Owen Gibson 
Nola Gleave 



Shirley Ann Gleave 

Pearl Glissmeyer 

Alberta Green 



Ruth Greenweil 
Russeli Hakes 
Catherine -Hall 





Lela Hall 
Barbara Hanks 
Blaine Hansen. 



Roy Hanson 
Carol Hams 
Ddla rtarris 



Noal Hatch 
Alton Harker 
Gilbert Haws 



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Leith Hayes . ' ■ 

Pearl Heckelhorn 
Ddntild HemingTYay 



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Ann Herbert 
Fay Hicken 
Elizabeth Hill 





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Sylvia Hinckley 
Eva Hogan 


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Frances Hughes 
Velma Hunter 


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Margaret Hurst 
Laurel Hutching 



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Genevieve Jackson 




Golda Jackson 




Ila Jackson 




Louise Jackson 



Ray Jacobsen 
W. A. Jacobe 
Harold Jarock 



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Lucile T. Jeffery 
lone Jensen 

Frank ]ex 




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Eugene Johansen ■ 




Wesley Johansen 




Fred Johnson 

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Howard Kernpton 


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June Kesler 


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Heber Kimball 
Ethel King 
Mary Kirkham 




Ned Kirkham 
William Kloth.. 
Revo Knowles 



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Phil Kotter 
Leland Lamoreaux 
Max Lamph 



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Alice Larsen 
Ilene Larsen 
Norma Larsen 



Sena Lafsen 
Woodrow Larsen 
Elwood Larson 



Henry Larson 
Lamar Larson 
Francis Lawlor 



Carl Lindiey ■ 
Bert Ludlow 
Flora Martin 



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Elroy Laws 
Lucile Layton 
Arthur Le Baron 



Dan Letham 
Ben Lewis 
Arevn Lindsay 



Owen McClenahan 
Junius Mc Intire 
Mark McKell 






Kathryn Meldrijm 
Gladys Meeks 
Morjone Merrill 



Lowell Miller 
Elaine Montgomery 
Kathenne'Morrell . 



Wanda Moss. 
VirgiDia Mortensen^ 
•La Verne MoySs 




Wanda Muhlestein 
Carol Munk 
Ethelyn Myers 



Ray Nelson 
Sammy Newton 
James Nielsen 



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Jean Nielsen 
LaBee Nielsen.- 
Goidie Nielson 



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Ray Norton 
Keith Nosack 



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Dale Oswald' 
Kathryn Pace ' 
Chleo Perrish 



Laurel -Peterson 
Wesley Petty 
Byron -Pierce 



Claij-e Pierce 
Mildred Pierpont ■ 
Collis Pitcher •. 



Art Porter 
Ardis Poulson 
Enid Poulson 



Eva Price 
Arlo Prisbrey 
Fred Rabe 



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Bergyl Randall 
Katherine. Rasmussen 
Hamilton Rebentisch 




Darwin Reese 
Howard Reid 
Margaret Reid 




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Ernest Reimschiissel 
Barbara Rex 
Mark Rictiards 



Myrlene Richins 
Beth- Richardson 
Dail Riggs 



Mourine Riggs 
Max Rogers' 
Rulon Romney 



Faye Ross 
Fern Ross 
Beth Rov/ley 




Beth Sanders 
Ruby Savage 
Robert Sayer 



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Everett Schuyler. 

Helen Seaman 

Max Seeley 



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Morris Shields 
Kenji Shiozawa 
Nedra Simpkins 
Elayne Skeem 



Rowe Smith 
Donna Smum 
Ray Snow 
Hazel Spencer 




Peter Speros 
Russell Stanslield 
Florence Stevens 
Inez Stevens 



Neil Stewart 
La Ron Stewart 
Henry Stoddard 
Lynde Stott 
Oliver Stratton 



La Mar Stuart 
Naomi Sumsion 
Richard Swensen 
Carol Tanner 
Blanche Taylor 



Lee Taylor 
Evan Terry 
June Thayn 
Harry Thomas 



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Helena Thomas 




Willa Thornock 
Bert.Tidwe 
Lillie Tidwe 
Naomi Tipton 




Vera Wintich 
Cloyd Woolly 
Mas Yano 

Amy Young 
v'. Emma Zabriskie 




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Full-fledged sons oi Brigham at last! To 
say we en)oyed being really grown up puts 
it mildly. Of course Frosh initiations this 
year were hardly impressive enough — for the 
Frosh — but after all they're only Freshmen, 
so we didn't expect too much- And our boat- 
ing and dancing and swimming parties have 
been the best excuses for not studying that 
we've found all year. Not to infer that we 
don't enjoy concentration, but what's the use 
when there's fuato be had? After all, this 
is college! • ■ 




MONROE PAXM AN ^ . .^X fie 
s aniiicant second chapter m the hte 
of the dass oi '41 . . ■ energetically con 
to the Ymmitoble spirit that was chare 
of the Sophomore class, mjectmg a 
up-and-coming dignity . ■ ■ 



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SARAH MABEY charm- 
ing Sophomore vice-president 
. ossisted Monroe in her 
quiet, unassuming manner . 
possesses a sweet disposition 
and lovable personality . . . 
claims as her watch v/ord: 
"And I don't mean Mabey" . . . 



MARY DEANE PETERSON 

a vivacious personality . . 
kept the books of the class and 
deposited its wealth in the 
bank . . is, according to the 
student prexy, blonde, blue- 
eyed, and pretty . . 



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Helen Adams 
oan Adams 
Grant Alleman 



Clara Anderson _ 
Don Anderson 
Edna' Anderson 
Effie Anderson 



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LaPriel Anderson 

Monte Anderson 
Fred Atwood 
Ida Baird 



Gordon Ballantyne 

Dorothy Ballard 

Robert Ballard 

Ross Ballard 



]une Barton 
.Elaine Bastion 
. Fred Bateman 
■ ■ LaVar Bateman 



Quentin Beatty • . 
Carol Beck ■ / ' ■ 
■ Janice 'Beck' 
•Marcelle B'eecher 



Helen Bennett 
Barbara Bennion 
Thelma Benson 
f/Iarie Bertelsen 



Aftoh_Bigelow 
. Ma.xine B)-erregdaxd 
. Earl Bingham" 
' Nvta Black ' ■ ' 



Velmd Black- • • 
Hov/ard Bleak.- 
Henry Bourne ' -" 
Gerald-iiie Bow'Jes 




tSetiy Bowriaan 
•Clyde. Boyle 
.Wesley Boyle 
Nyle Brady 



Verl Brailsford 
Belva Branch 
Mary Brandley 
Norma Brandley 



Liicinda Brasher 
Alton Bringhurst 
Lioyd Brink 
Carl Brockbatlk, 



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■ Bessie Brown 
DonaWBrovn' 

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Rae Buckley 
Dale Burgess 
Raid Burgess 



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• Wesley Burnside 
■Chloe Butterfield 
. Max Byers 



Ruth Bylund 
Gerald Caldv/e 
Lorene Campbell 
George Cannon 



Mary Cannon 
Lester Card 
Aleen Carlile 
Arthur Carlston 



Leah Carson 
Helen Carter 
Mary Lue Carter 
Keith Case 



Idon Chadwick 

Harnette Cheeseman 
_, George Cheever 

• • Aha Christensen 



Kathryn Christensen 
■ Bryce Christensen. 
• ]ohh Christi'ansen ■ 
■ Stephen Clart 




DeMar Clayson 
Clifton dinger 
l/larie Colby 
Leah Coleman 




Ameria* iDeYihison 
Carroll Despqin 
Grant -Dixon' 
' ielvin DransUeld 



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Lois Duffin 
Margaret Dunkley- 
UsG Dunkley 



George Ev.ans , 

Shirl Evans 
. Valeen Evans 

. 'Martha Eldredge 



Eugene England 
McLoyd Erickson 

■ Werner- Erickson ' 
P'lorence Foirbantcs 



3eraldine Fairbanks 
Merwin Fairbanks 
Phyllis Farley 
Stanley Farley 



Wanda Fames 
K'ls Farnsworth 
Thelnia Farnsworth 
Helen Farnworth 



Marian Feulner 
Iretta Fife 
Viia Fmlayson 
Grant Fisher 



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George FUflet ■ . 
Kleva Fountin • 
■ Rulon "Fox 
Dean Francts 




Kent Francis 
Malin Francis 
Paul Francis 
Sam Francis 





Russell Frandaen 
Herbert-Frost 
Anna FugoL ^^■■' 
. Rose Marie Fuller 



Verdo Mae "Fuller 
John Gadd 
lack Gardiner . 
Kerineth Gardener 



Valois^ Gardner 
Vernon Gardner 
Bernice" Garrett 
■ Fhil -Garrett 



Hrldon Gibb 
Kenneth Giles 
Lucille Giles 
Ralph Goates 



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Rex Gourley 
Dorothy Greenwpdd- 
Morgan Greenwood 



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Beatriqe Gull 
•Elaine Hair 
Lois JJales ■■ 
WilsCin 'Hales 



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Sybil Hansen 
Vennes Hansen 
Ranee Harder 
Norwood Hardv 



Naomi Harmer 
Paul Harmon 
Alta Harper 
Mildred Harris 



Ruth Harris 
Jack Harrison 
Sylvester Hart 
Clifford Hatch 



Ernestine Hatch 
Orvill Hatch 
Lant Haymore 
. . Jean Heiner 



David Hall 
Freda Hall 
Elizabeth Hanks 
Ray Hanks 




Ray Hemingv^ray. 


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Norma Higgs 
Elayne Hmkley 
Barbara Hirschi 
Carl Hohmann 




Dorothy Holdoway 
. Thelma Holland .• 
. Irma. HoUey 
lean Holmstead 



Phyllis Holt ■ 
Kenneth Hoop? 
Zona Hopkin 
Edv/qrd HotcHkiss 




Wallace Houston 
■ Charlotte Houtz 
. Elmo Howard 
Cruse Howe 



Arthur Hunt 
Quentin Hunter 
Mary Huntington 
'.lildred Hurst 



Allen Ipsen 
Anthony Ivins 
.erneda Jacksort" 
Phyllis Jaroch . 



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■ Rolgnd Jensen 
Kenneth JeTisor. 
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Bessie Johnson 
Elwood Johnson 
Gv/en Johnson 
Mack Johnson 




Lloyd ■ Johnson 
^Blanche Jone.s 
l^forothy Jorgensen 
Betty Kapple 



Vivian Keller 
• Bruce Kelly 
Donnq Knudsen 
Erva Kirk 



Aiton Kimber 
Reece Killpack 
Loyd Knaphus 
Ned Knaphus 



Russell Knudsen 
Boyd Lake 
Theon Laney 
Clarice Larsen 



Max Larsen 
Kenneth Laws 

Merne Laycock 
. . Ralph Laycock 



Irene Leak. 
Reginald Le Fevre 
• Karl Leroorl 
■ ..Foster Leonard 



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Sarah Mabey 
Geraldine Macforlone 
Don McAHee 
Max McBnde 




Myrnn McCleve 




Ruth 'McConkie. •' " 




• Mary McFarlane 




^Lynne McKee . :■ ; 






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Wanda Martell 


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Dean Mendenhall 




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^m "'ictoi* Montgomery 



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Muriel Mortensen 
'.Marvin Mower 
'Elaine Murdock 
Edna Myrup 



Barbara Lessmg 
. George l^ewis 
Carrol Liechty 
Reinwald Liechty 



Kay Llewellyn 
Merna Lund 
Vernon Lund 
Albert Neckes 



Frank Nelson 
Vera Neves 
Alfred Newren 
Ida Nielsen 



Martha Nielsen 
Ross Nielsen 
Eleanore Nielson 
Grace Nixon 



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Deon Oleson 
Fern Oldharn 
' Una 01di'o.y4 
•Dean Olsen' 



Elmer Moon 
Bob Moorefield 
Horace Morrill 
Lynn Morrill 




Joseph Olsen 
Boyd Olson 
Rees Olson 
Dee Orser 






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. • Don Overly 




Fjank Owen ■ 




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Grant Pov/ell 




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Margaret Rosmussen 
Lewis Rawlinson 
Helen Ream 
Norma Redd 



Merle Robertson 
. David Rgbinson" 
Owen Robinson 
Ruth Rollins 




Eleanore Ronnow 
Floyd Ross 
Fred Roylance 
Robert Ruff • 



David Salisbury 
Kathryn Salm 
Clarence Sanders 
Luzon Sanderson 



Herbert Schmidt 
June Schow 
Russell Schow 
Lester Shafer 



. Elna Shellenberger 
Ralph Shields ' . 
■ Lillian -Shuftz 
' -Hazel Simmons 



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Paul Singleton 

Murr Skousen 

Merlin Slack 

Amy Smith 




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Ruth Starley 



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Dean Steineckert 
Rozillo Stevens 
Wallace Stevens 
Cleo Stolv/orthy 





Chester Stone 
Flora Stosich 
Ruth Stout 
Moe Slrasbur 







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Neva Strale 

"Sterling Strate 
Dora -Strick ley . .' 
Darre'll Stringfellow 
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Ruth Stromberg 
Howard Stutz 
Arlyn Styler 
Lucille Styler 



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Charlotte Sullivan 
• Ileen Sunderland 
■ .Virginia Siindwall 
Araidne Swensoh 



Dora Fay Taylor 
Marion Taylor . 
Hallie Tangren 
Les Taylor 



Nelle Taylor 
Vaughn Taylor 
Ruth Tebbs 
Earl Tew 



Luella Thacker 
Lucille Thomas 
Naomi Thompson 
Barbara Tietgen 



Lois Tobler 

.Beth Todd 
.. Burton Todd 

■ ■ Eleanor Toomey 



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Jock Trunriell ' ■ . . 
Clair Tucker • 

Dorothy A-nn Turner 
■ ' Martha- Tucker 




Ray Tuft 
Bill Walker 
Jack Warner 
Mont Warner 





Rex Warner' 
Helen Wa'rnick 
Idell. Warnock • . _ 
Charlotte W-ebb. 



Wanda WeSte'rgard 
• Edythe White ' 
Norrrian Whitney . 

Fred Wiemer' ■ 



Muriel Wight 
Myfra Williams 
Jack W.ilson 
. Jay. .Wilson 



Que Winters 
Ann Witbeck 
Louis Wolsey 
Raymond Wiscombe 



Elaine Wood 
Byron Woodland 
Bob Woodward .". 
Jean Worlton 



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"WalJer Young 

Cleo Zemp 



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So you don't think you should be 

labeled green? Don't you remember point- 
ing at Prexy Drew's picture with: "There's the 
job I'll have in four years!" Of your conster- 
nation when Miss Black said it was impossible 
to take a B. S. and M. S. in four years, so you 
could take that "inevitable" scholarship to 
Germany' Or when you rebelled during 
Frosh VVeek because you "just knew" that 
no frosh class had ever been treated so ter- 
ribly? ...... But we've all been green, so 

the feeling is familiar to all Y'sers. And 
though it might have seemed terrible, a year— 
or even a summer — of softening, make those 
memories the first, and surely the dearest, of' 
your college life. 




GARTH SEEGMILLER greenling leader 

in the swing of college life . . . successfully en-« 
gineered class activities . , . stood out as a 
campus personality through his contagious 
good humor and athletic ability . . . 



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GLORIA TANNER rare 

combination of red hair and 
sweet disposition , . exhibited 
unusual leadership ability as 
frosh vice-prexy . enthusiast- 
ically and enercetically pro 
moted class activities . 



PHYLLIS SMART .... typical 
coed and eilicient class secre- 
tary . . displays an irresistable 
sense of humor, a lovable dis- 
position, a sparkling, vivacious 
personality . . chairmanned 
Banyan dance during fall 
quarter ^ ^ 



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Connie Adams- -;'■.■■. •■■ ■ 

Lucille Adams;.-,' ■.■:■..■•■.:■■■■■"•"• ;■. .! 

Mariam Adoirispa": '.' "A 

Alfred Alder^^;'— -^>v^- 



■}oseph. Allan ••■' ■ ■, 
•Eyie Allen ;• '. . 
■'■ Clara 'Al'lred". ' 
•■.'■■'Wend-ell Allied . 
Lylas-.Allridge' 



Edson Alvey ■ ■ 
■. Vir^iJ .. Andersen. ; ' 
'■ Pernol Anderson 
1 .. Eivon Anderson' 
• ■ -, JUne';Anderson 



■ Lee .Anderson •■ ••■ ■ ' . 
•Mark, Anderson,- Jr.- 
Vildred Anderson : 
Naofnq Ande'json 
Richinond Ariderson 



Rinda Andebsph ■ 
Vivian Andexs'ofl..' 
Lucy Andrus , ' ' " 
Lynn ArgyJe-, •■ / 
Norene Arribjd. 



Grace Ashby 
Erma At-wood 
Jone Averett 
Marion Baird 
William Baker 



Beth Barber 
Margaret Barclay 
Spencer Bardsley 
Dale Barnett 
Jack Barnett 




Larence Barrett 
, .Ernest BartelL 

■ ■ Gertrude Bartholome-w 
; CIy.de .Barton , 

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.Vadis E.. Baxter 
, .Zoia-Begn 
' Florence Beatty 
. • Delmar Beck 

• .Fr&nk Beckstrom 





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Ban of existence for the humble 
freshman, mitiation week brings more 
mis-treatment than the greenlings ever 
thought existed. Upper-classmen lord- 
ed it over them in numberless ways 
and with glee gave the Frosh all sorts 
of assignments. For example (above) 
Reed Tuft supervises a private cheer- 
ing section, but the smiling victims 
didn't seem to mind it much. Then 
there's the public demonstration oi af- 
ection (m.iddle) and in this instance 
Kay Bunnell, Max Bateman, and Reed 
Tuft look on while a shy coed kisses 
the face of a submissive Joe College 
who had previously been smeared 
with potent Limberger Cheese. And 
below, "Hot Dog" Weenig and "Bar- 
rymore' Bateman give an unsuspect- 
ing coed an "egg shampoo" . . . 



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Paddles and pals . . . parties and pulch- 
ritude . . . dates and dues . . . blackballing: 
and bragging . . . grass cutting and formal 
trading ... all these and more your organi- 
zation did you for. Prexy Harris's Monday 
announcement, "Today is the day for club 
meetin-n-g-g-s", dispersed of the various 
tribes to the other side of locked doors, to 
plan for the good of the unit. And a unit 
important? Holy Cow! It's the only thing. 
It either makes or breaks; and the treasurer 
always goes bugs, while character sketches 
presented in blackball sessions are priceless, 
worth at least two hours of anybody's psych 
credit. And to see the Tausigs rate scholar- 
ship honors, only to have the Brickers scoop 
them in basketball — it's the next thing to 
inspiration! 



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Liie-time ambition of underclassmen, bids 
to the honoraries are given after consideration 
of student service and qualification. Here 
class, rank, and distinction are supposed to 
come to a bitter end in brotherhood and fra- 
ternity Scholarship and activity are the re 
uirements in most of these organizations — so 
look out for your C's and D's you aspiring 
lower classmen! Considered the campus 
cream of the crop — "Tops" in college life — the 
. honoraries hold enviable positions in the eyes 
of classmates. 'Service, fraternity, sociability, 
feature the careers of this group of organiza- 
tions 



Ora Chnstensen 

President 

Lyda Whicker 

Vice President 

Farol Hassell 

Secretary - Treosurer 

Wanda Andrus 

Activity Leoder 

Leona Holbrook 

Foculty A(" 



Mar) one KiUpack 
Helen Lovelecs 
Helen Holbrook 

Margaret Chnstensen 

Leah D. Horns 




Merlyn Romney 

Connie Kelly 

Sara Marie Bmks 
Leora Curtis 
Dorothy Dixon 



Dorothy Greenwood 
Venice Cottam 

Sarah Mabey 

Clara Jensen 



Lucille Hallam 
Florence Stevens 
Elayne Hinckley 
Gwendolene Toland 




(or airls who have distingu 
WhitP Key IS an honorary lor gins 3 onsor var; 

tary; Sylvia HincKiey, f 



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orresponding secretary Deloy Mc- 



3iarles Fletcher 
Forest Bird 

Vice President 

Kent Clark 

Secretary 

DeLoy McMulhn 
Grant Hansen 



Martell Bird 
LeGronde Lewis 
Twain Tippets 
Paul Boyer 
Ben Lewis 



John Utvich 
Sanford Bingham 
Dwight King 
Briant Jacob 

r^rew Leonard 



Kenneth Taylor 
Vernon Wilcox 
Ed Clyde 
Ralph Ungermann 



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Vernon Christensen 

president 

Kenneth Taylor 

vice President 

Gail Brown 

Secretory 

Ben Lewis 



Raymond ]acobsen 
Mark Murry 
Reed Bowen 
Henry Bradford 



Ross SterVmg 
Orvil Howe 
Drew Leonard 





I^^^IB ^^^^^^^^^^ dent along "^1^1^ 

tarv, respectively. 



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»n. men os?i^SS' ^tlf^'^'y '}" Semi 






Ivan Iverson 

Kelvin Drans/ieJd 
R'chard Loverid 
Robert Sayer 



ge 



MarteJl Bird 
Boyd Olsen 
Nephi Conrad 
Wed Knaphus 



Mark McKelJ 
Roly Hanson 
Rees Olsen 



monthly thev holri u ■ 




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Scott Allen 

President 

LeGrande Lewis 

Vice President 

Thorn Barrett 



Secretary 



. Treosurer 



Glen Allen 



iQseph Boel 
Richard Jepperson 
Gerald Barton 
Reese Kilpack 



Maurice Lambert 
Theron Lambert 
Jack Marshall 
Milton Marshall 



Oliver Stratton 

Jack Trunnell 

B F. Larson 

Dr. Wayne B. Hales 

Anthony Ivins 










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Maurice HalJ 

P'"esident 

McKay Allred 

Vice Piesident 

Morrell Ashby 

Secretory 

Rolland Perry 



Lowell Olsen 
Dr. Wayne B, Hales 
Dr. Milton Marshall 
Grai-.; "-' :nsen 



LeGrande Le a^is 
Byron Pierce 
Stewart Crandall 







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flsnn Pill 



Arthur Gaeth 

President 

Kenneth Taylor 

Vice President 

Morns Sorenson 

Secretory - Treasurer 

Oliver R. Smith 

Notional Council Rep 



June Thayn 
R. Owen Gibson 
Karl F, Foster 
Ferrell K. Walker 
Ralph Shields 



Art Porter 
Marvin E. Smith 
Arvid Dodge 
Charles R. Fish 
Calvin Jolley 



William S. Reeve 
Carroll E. Despain 
Elvon lackson 
David Walker 
Nephi Conrad 





. .onaries belongs to rangy ^f -.^.tJ^e'r^SSrn^ 



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Athletically the former 



Onjhe^campus ^eyi;;;^';^ ^^^^ ^ceile. and 



unusual assemblv n?.l.l"°^'-- , Ot 

roadcast. and a temple 



§?ss=5sssisipaE 



Rex Gourley 
Frank B. Jex 
Dean Francis 
Sam Flake 



Eddie Martin 

Bert Tidwell 
Stanley Phillips 
Francis E, Lawler 



Russel Hakes 
F. Don Wadsworth 
AJbert L. Ensign 
Clarence Tyndall 
Hyrum Deloney 



Dean White 

Ray Fenn 
Dale DeGraff 
Ladd Cropper 
Don H^ Smith 




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Everett Manwanng 

President 

Monroe Paxman 

V,ce President 

Donald Brown 

Secretary 

Shirl Evans 

Treosurer 



Dean Mendenhall 

Wilson Hales 
Winston Dahlquist 
Marion Taylor 



John Evans 
Craig Decker 
Burton Todd 
George Cannon 




LaVar Bateman 
Paul Harmon 

Gee lockson 

]ay Wilson 






fjBlB'I 




..=.ft'.:is.ri-K.r=-s^ 



Victor Brimhail 
Gordon Billings 
Glenn Snarr 
Ralph Olson 



Alfred Ridge 
Dean Condor 
Sam Smoot 
George Hill 



Rex Hall 
Marvin Smith 
Homer Stephens 
Garth Seegmiller 



Ray Hanks 

Dean Gardner 

Jay DeGraff 

Ralph Britsch 
Sponsor 



les and functions. 



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Dr Vasco U. Tanner 

Notionol V,ce President 

Or, D Eldon Beck 

Historian 

La VoY Esplm 

President 

Gilbert Haws 

Vice President 



Cleo Pond 

Secretory - Treasurer 

Remwald Liechty 

Dr Bertrand Harrison 

Edna Snow 



Ruth Burgess 
Antone Nisson 
Esteban Simangan 
Mary McFarlone 



Desma Hall Gallaway 
Fred Spackman 
M. lane West 
Glenn Allen 



16C 





River marsh m May. 
the Bnmhall building. 



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Car] LindJey 

President 

Helen Loveiess 

Vice President 

Virginia Mielmg 

Secretary = 

Margaret Weir 



DarrelJ SfringfeJJow 
Ruth Hendricks 

Marie Bertelsen 

EarJ Bascomb 



B- F. Larson 
VerJa Birre]] 
Haine Bastian 
Worma Houston 



Edythe White 
Glen Turner 
Vivian MiJIer 
Sarah Nickerson 



Joseph M. Boel 
■^ony Ivins 
Larry Clark 

Jay Hennifer 

Ruth TayJor 



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Lurlene Richardson 

President 

Dorothy McAllister 

Vice President 

Pauline Burgess 

Secretary 

Helen AUeman 



Arline Allred 
Irene Barlow 
Margaret Belnap 
May Billings 



Gladys Boswell 
Margaret Chnstensen 
Ruth Clyde 



Clyda Cope 
Allie Dixon 
Nada Ellsworth 





porter. 



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Dorothy Fuller 
Leah Harris 
Edith Heywood 
Vera HoJbrook 



Louise Jackson 
Eudora ICnudson 
Eleanor Moore 
LuDema Nance 



Malno Reichert 
Eern Ross 
Hazel Spencer 



WilliG Thornock 
Effie Warnick 
Blanche Whitely 



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Tv/am Tippetts 

Lombo Delta S.gnr-o 
President 

Connie lensen 

Larribo Delta S.gma 
Vice President 

Enid Poulson 

Lombo Delta S.gmo 
Secretary , 

Marjorie KiUian 

Lomba Delto S.grrio 
Treasurer 

Ariel S^ Ballii 

Sponsor 

A, Smith Pond 

Sponsor 

llleen Ann Waspe 

sponsor 

Rita Ipson 

Zeto Psi 

Helen Tate 

Zeto Psi 

Connie ]ensen 

Zeto Psi 



Ruth lensen 

Zeto Psi 

Norene Arnold 

Zeto Psi 

Maxme Loveless 

Zeto Psi 

Maunne East 

Zeto Psi 

Naomi DiUman 

Zeto Psi 

Merle Orchard 

President 
Beto 

Bob Fletcher 

Beta 

William Firmage 

Beta 

William Brown 

Beta 

Kay Clark 

Beto 



Lucille Modene 

Zeto Tou 

Enid Olsen 

Zeto Tou 

lone Taylor 

Zeto Tou 

Melba Christens 

Zeto Tou 

Carol Munk 

Zeto Tou 




IDS Lambda Delta Sigma ^^^^-^^'^^. 

president Connie lensen, 



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fi 



eta 
rown 



Chapters of the L D ^ f 



f. La Verie Hacki 



Beta chapter 



''or-cCr^' ^i-° ^^' chapter. 



LaVerie Hacking 
Merlin Jensen 

Zeto EtQ 

Burton Bushman 

Zefo Efo 

Eugene Bosweil 

Zefo Efo 



floyd Swenson 

ZefQ Efo 

Reynolds Smith 

Zefo Efo 

Richard Taylor 

Zeto Eto 

William P 

President 
Zefo Theta 

Keith Merrill 

Zeto Theto 



smussen 



Sherman Hun ton 

Zeto Theta 

Robert Stum 

Zeto Theto 

Kent McKnight 

Zeto Theto 

heo Perry 

Zeto Theto 

Raynal Payne 

Zeto Theto 



Don Gowers 

Zeto Alpho 

Ronald Call 

Zeto Alpho 

John Moore 

Zeto Alpho 

Lee Call 

Zeto Alpho 

Glen Evans 

Zeto A/pho 



Grant Hansen 

Zeto Alpho 

Ray Moore 

Zeto Alpho 

/ean Hill 

President 
Zeto Rho 

Marjorie Huish 

Zeto Rho 

Rae Buckley 

Zeto Rho 



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Glennis Pond 
Arwella Pierce 

/eto Rho 

Vennae Poulson 

Zeto Rho 

Ida Walsh 
Edith Payne 

Zeto Rho 



Anita Bradbury 

Zeto Rho 

Madge Moody 

Zefo Rho 

Elaine Kirk 

Zeto Rho 

Dorothy Day 

Zeto Rho 

Clara Jensen 

President 
Zeto Tou 

Thelma Farnsworth 

Zeto Tou 

Lucy Cannon 

Zeto Tou 

Margaret Rasmussen 

Zeto Tou 

Vivian Marshall 

Zeto Tou 

Gladys Boswell 

Zeto Tou 



Mary Piatt 

Zeto Tou 

Dione Booth 

Zeto Tou 

LaRue Cahoon 

Zeto Tou 

Vera Bunker 

Zeto Tou 

Dorothy Holdaway 

Zeto Tou 



Vera Wintch 

Zeto Tou 

Ida Baird 

Zeto Tou 

Barbara Lessing 

Zeto Tou 

Betty lane Merrill 

Zeto Tou 



Amy Cox 

Zeto Tou 







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Assi 




fj 



urer 



_'sting Clara are Thelma Fa, 



rnsworth. vice preside 



Crott, secretary-treasurer ' "^"^ ^°"'-"' P--dent, GweTS or;?"" "^'^^ ••'°^ s's 

■ ^'^® president, and Pat 



Sylvia Hinckley 

ZetQ Tqu -^ 

Elizabeth Hi]i 

Zeta Tau 

Alberta Green 

Zetd Tau 

Beth Rowley 

Zeta Tau 

Thelma Holland 

Zefo Tou 



Maryaret Belnap 

Zeta Tou 

Gene Belnap 

Zeto Tou 

Alta Christensen 

Ze'o Tou 

Marion Madsen 

Zeta Tou 

Leah Harris 

Zeto Tou 



Opal Stone 

Zeta Tou 

Reid Burnett 

President 
Gommo 

Bruce Byland 

Gommo 

Lewis Wells 

Gommo 

Pratt Munson 

Gommo 



Lehi Rogers 

Gommo 

'l^t'o^cT' Christensen 
Gwen Colton 

Zefo Chi 

Connie Kellev 

Zefo Chi ' 

Amy Young 

Zefo Chi 



Marjorie Killpack 

Zeto Chi 

Patricia Croft 

Zefo Chi 

Gwen Poulson 

Zefo Chi 

Enid Poulson 

President 
Zeto Chi 

Eleanor Farr 

•o Chi 



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LaVonda Hansen 

Zeto Chi 

Helen Richards 

Zeto Chi 

Blanche ]ones 

Zeto Chi 

Mane Robinson 

Zeto Chi 

Dora Fay Taylor 

Zeto Chi 



Marjone Jensen 

Zeto Chi 

Alice Anderson 

Zeto Chi 

Elayne Boyle 

Zeto Chi 

Florence Page 

Zeto Chi 

Mildred Hunter 

Zeto Chi 



Lucille Thomas 

Zeto Chi 

Sonoma Walker 

Zeto Chi 

Ora Christensen 

Zeto Chi 

Mary Brown 

Zeto Chi 

Catherine Pohlman 

Zeto Chi 

Elizabeth Welker 

Zeto Chi 

Dorothy Munk 

Zeto Chi 

Jovce Nielson 

Zeto Chi 

Leah Dance 

Zeto Chi 

Donna Samuelson 

Zeto Chi 

Lena Sessions 

Zeto Chi 

Grace Ashbey 

Zeto Chi 

Cenella Fagg 

Zeto Chi 

Mildred Anderson 

Zeto Chi 

Kathrvn Holmdrake 

Zeto Chi 

Ruth L. Hall 

Zeto Omega 

Lorna Cowan 

Zeto Omego 




„ ..,■■ choplers o, .he lr«-n,.y Ze.o 0.,e,. ch=P«r to 

secretary and Edvf "^^f ' ^^^ 3„,,als. 

book reviews, visual mstru 



immi] Dim mjm 




fj 



Much of the credit for th^ 

versatile Dean Wesley p^ °'9™'^°*ion of Lambda Delta c,- 



Horence Blain 

"'o Omego 

^Velle Rasmussen 
Celestia Moench 

Zeto Omego 

EJaine Crowther 

•Ze'Q Omcgo 

Rinda Anderson 

Zffo Omego 



Violet Nielsen 

Zefo Omego 

Edythe Hardy 

ZetQ Omego 

AJaine Randall 

Z«'a Omego 

Virginia K'irkham 

Zeto Omego 

Lucille Strong 

ZetQ Omenr, 



Lucille Jenkins 

Zefo Omego 

Lucille Walker 

Zeto Omego 
'zeTo'^Om^g^/-'--" 

Marjorie JCillian 

President 
Zeto Omego 

Paul Boyer 

Ztto Delto 

Glen Curtis 

Zeto Delfo 

Boyd Wilson 

Zeto Delfo 

DeLoy McMullin 

Zeto Delta 

Ben Lewis 

Zeto Delta 

^1?""^ Chnstensen 

Zeto Delta 

John Utvich 

Zeto Delto 



*^ieth Archibald 

Zeto Delto 

f'wain Tippeffs 

Zeto Delfo 

Melba Jones 

Zeto Tou 

Enid Olsen 

Zeto Tou 

Lucille Modeen 

Zeto Tou 



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Ralph Ungermann 

President 

Vernon Wilcox 

x/jce President 

Oliver Smith 

Secretory - Treasurer 

Jack Gibb 

Historion 

Mary McGregor 



LaFayette Terry 
Verna A. Bremholt 
Virginia Mailing 
Loraine Adams 
Saniord U. Bmgham 



Leora Curtis 

lock Davies 
Beth Evans 
Preston Gledhill 
Eleanor Farr 



Dorothy Hedquist 
Helen Holbrook 
Beulah lensen 

Blanche Jones 

Bernice K. Ungermann 



Isabelle Romney 
Bernell Tietjen 
David S. Walker 
Gwendolene Toland 
Maxine Turner 





Alpha rni 0.1 



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Ben Lewis 

President 

Dale DeGraff 

Vice President 

George Cannon 

Secretory 

Kenneth Giles 
Mark Murray 



Morgan Greenwood 
OJiver Smith 
Ray Hemingway 
William Wesi 
Lester Card 



Forrest Bird 
Drew Leonard 
Lloyd Abbott 
Lant Haymore 
Lynde Stott 



Ray Snow 
Richard Loveridge 
Howard Bleak 
Maiin Francis 
William Jones 



William Walker 
Sanford M. Bingham 
Rondo Jeffery 
f^eith Stott 



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lack Davies 

President 

Alton Clegg 

V,„ President 
Sccretorv - ^'e°^^ 

David Walker 



Pern Ostler 
Clara ]ensen 
Farol Hassell 
Dorothy Munk 



Bessie Christensen 
Wayne Kearl 
Gay Myers 
Qlen Snarr 



Sylvia Hinckley 
BUI Forsyth 
Mildred Parry 
Dale DeGrcfi 




honor. 



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the h 



rsu£: Sg wSre^^Qua^tef The"'w°^^ °' ° P^^— * --^ozine Ann ■ 



«d'tor Wayne k;;;1 th™:;onrwV'^'" ''^^^^ -°- received TnTh'"'^- ^PP^-"'. -- 
known as the Commencemem ed'r°" ^?f P""'^^ during X Sonnn^'n''''^"^- ""^er 



Lois Hales 
Rachel Thomas 
Reese Faucette 
Wayne Sorenson 



Eiayne Boyle 
Jay DeGraff 
Manon Henderson 
Carrol Liechty 



^'■t Porter 
/ M, Jensen 
Oliver R. Smith 
Connie Jensen 



Reed Tuft 
Jack Warner 
Betty Brooks 
Brian t Jacobs 



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Connie Kelly 

p.esident 

Dorothy McGuire 

Vice President 

Maxme Turner 

Secretary 

Lyle Evens 

Recreot.cn Leoder 

Arlene AUred 
Verle Allen 

Wanda Andrus 
Sara Mane Binks 
Gladys Boswell 
Martha Bird 
Pauline Burgess 
Kathryn Chnslensen 



Leora Curtis 

Leah Harris 

Sylvia Hinckley 

Catherine Hall 
Edith Haywood 
Alton Higgs 



Vera Holbrook 

Margaret Hurst 

Beulah Jensen 

lone lensen 
Lavinia Ludlow 
Virginia Meiling 

Manorie Merrill 
Elaine Montgomery 
Eleanor Moore 
Ora Smith 
Louise West 
Blanche Whitlev 



V/iUa Thornock 
Marione Killpack 
Elayne Boyle 
Virginia Fackrell 
Lyda V^hicker 




^^JS^^^- ,, Y The Mentors ore the 

■ „H their orientation ^V ^ ^ mterestmg parties dur- 



174 



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Beth Soffe 

President 

Leith Hayes 

Secretory . Treosurer 

Mary Pmtar 

Reporter 

Lavinia Ludlow 

Choplcn and Sorgeont ot Ar, 



Miss Leona Holbrook 

Forulfy Advisor 

Miss Margaret Burton 

Special Member 

Marjohe Merrill 
Jean '"ebb 



Dorothy Ballard 
Ada Hafen 
Ruth Baxter 
Helen Seaman 



'one Jensen 
Pearl Glissmyer 
Helen Ellison 
■^lice Dixon 
Holley Tangrenn 




Pill Bill riiim 



Lavinia Ludlow 

President 

LaPrele Memmot 

Vice President 

Melba Clark 

Secretory - Treosurer 

Barbara Tietien 

Reporter 

Fay Bean 

Barbara Bennion 
Mary Callan 
Carol Dnggs 
Gladys Meeks 



Ailra McNeill 
Thais Miner 
Lillian Pntchett 
Mana Robinson 



1 .uciUe Spencer 
Louise West 
Norma Higgs 
Mar;orie Jensen 



Sarah Mabey 
Mildred Pierpont 
Blanche Whitely 
Ilene Waspe 




i^'*"^*"' (ratermty Miss Lavinia 



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Frances Davis 

President 

teora Curtis 

V'ce President 

Helen Janson 
Laure] HiiJ 




tual interests. Of the san^e seTlTT ° ^?"" ^°"<^-d together onlSf *° " ^^°"P oi former 



•Meaning "Y ex-lorl^r rv,- • ' "^^^ 

missionaries of the 10 9^?'"^"°"^^"' *his peculiar tftl. u , 
"5;^ interests. Of^he^'saL'^LT an?° ^^^ ^°"^"d *4e^^^^^ *° " ^^^^ °^ ^ornie^ 



Jane PeeJ 
Beryl Randall 
Lucille Thomas 
Edith Scorup 



Audrey Rigby 
Mildred Hunter 
Carma Wilson 
Naomi Stevens 



Enid Poulson 
"een Ann Waspe 
Eva Hogan 
Elaine Brimhall 
Norlene Buckmiller 



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lack Davies 

President 

Leora Curtis 

Vice President 

Horace Chnstensen 

Secretory - Treosurer 

Veon Smith 



Ernest H. lackson 
Fern Ostler 
Beryl Randall 
Ardis Poulson 



Malna Reichert 
Naomi Stevens 
Morris Sorenson 
Chroe Butteriield 



Myrlene Richins 
Calvm loUey 
Valoise Gardner 
lack Warner 




— ■ ^Bi^^- , Y Psychologica 

■n attracted on interested group to the ^ ^^_^^„i,^ia 

Curtis, vice-presiaen 



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/ames A. Robertson 
Pj'esident 



peTuall^r^ Moun^L J^^^T '^^'^ ^-- P--, 
Bailey, Edward Saxe" James A ' ^t"^^"^-^ Theli 
Miner, Winston Downs SeSn^^R Af"' ^^^^^ert 

Edith Scorup, Boyd Beeston ^h "^^ ^^°'^ B^^^"' 

Bjerregaard, Edna Myrun TnJ T" """*°"' ^axine 
Ruth Burgess, CamUll galmt" TK°!i'' /"<^^ Clark, 
Newren, Scott Allen LeeAndl- ^"^ ^°^^ Alfred 
Anna Johanson, Bernard fc^''°"' H"*^"" Stewart, 
Lillian Patten, George S]] Mn T"' ^^^"^ Booth, 
Shirl Cook, Don LarLn F '- f ^°""5- ^°"^*h Row 

Wick, Carl BrockCk Je°a?d"B°r'°\^"^^^"Chad: 

Fifth Row: Derby Laws Elvon r '^ ' ^°''^"^^- 

ton, Marion Beck lun^!; u ? * ^"^^^^on, Carol Pendle- 
John A. Wing AlvaT V\ ''^"*^'^' ""^^ W. Peterson 
Knudsen, sSh'^Rrw^' STS'^rr^^. "°"' ^--" 
Nicholes, Lorin C Bryner I ' ^^^ ^'°^y- ^°s. K. 
Reese, Jim Blair. ^ ' ^^°" ^estover, Darwin 



Composed of student^; wh^ ^^^^^^^^^^^* 




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Remember those bull sessions, cow con- 
ferences, and blackballs"? They characterized 
unit meetings. And yet in spite of all the 
disappointments, socials, pals, and get-togeth- 
ers made it a glorious year for unit members. 
Recall the nights you painfully wriggled into 
formal attire to accompany the "one and only" 
to the year's best party? And you possibly 
wondered how you found high school any 
fun at all without these superb parties! Com- 
petition in pledgees, intra-murols, and invita- 
tionals spiced your college life and made it 
what you had expected when you reluctantly 
kissed Mom and Dad goodbye at the railroad 
station that memorable Fall day 



iinB^^ifli^^ni^fi*^ 



DeLoy McMuUm 

President 

Marjone KiUpack 

Vice President 

Lyda Whicker 

Secretary 

PhylUs Hermanson 
Willie Stevens 



Kent Clark 
Tom Broadbent 
Maurine Riggs 
Sylvia Hinckley 
Edith Collett 



Carol Pendleton 
Virginia MeiUng 
Coral Curtis 
Afton Kimber 
Ivy Roberts 



V/esley P^ Lloyd 
EUthe Fillmore 
Eleanor Moore 
Max Bateman 
Nethe Nefl Smart 



Thora Van Leuvan 
Duane Brown 
Raymond jacobson 
Donna Smuin 




is composed ot repieo 



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Edith Co!]ett 

P'"esidenf 

NelJie Jensen 

V'ce President 

Lillian C. Booth 

Sponsor 

Helen Bro^A^n 



° "^® ^Pi'ing Formal at 



Pauline Jones 
Eva Crando'j 
Betty Curtis 
Barbara Hanks 



Edna Collett 


^^anda Muhlestein 


Leia Smith 


Eola Smith 


Lucile Layton 


Naom, Wainright 


W'Jhelemina Stoneman 


B^^nice K. Ungermann 


Wanda Moss 



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Phyllis Hermansen 

President 

Myrna McCleve 

Vice President 

Laurel Peterson 

Secretory ■ Treosurer 

Verl Brailsiord 

Reporter 



Beryl Randall 
Idell Warnock 
]une Schow 
Norma Redd 



]oan Call 

Margaret Reid 

Nellie Beal 
Hazel Spencer 
]ean Webb 



Mary Huntington 

Ruth Tebbs 
Mildred Hurst 
Phyllis Holt 
Zona Hopkins 





^ ^^^^^^^ efficiently handled 

rel Peterson, seererory 



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"ic lusi aay of school 



Helen Farnworth 
Mildred Marshall 
Jean Nielsen 
La Ree Nielsen 



Muriel Wight 
Shirley Steele 

Janice Utiey 

Beth Laye 



Myrtle Tebbs 
Rheta Ipson 
Pearl Heckefhorne 
Wanda Martell 



Kathryn Salm 
Nyta Black 
Olive Parker 
Sybil Hansen 
Phyllis Jensen 




fi£0n m 



Manone KUlpack 



President 

Arlene 



Alired 



g President 



Melba Clark 

Secfetorv 

Elayne 



. Treosuter 



Boyle 



Faye Broadhead 



Pern Broadhead 
Gwen Colton 



patncia 



Crolt 



Margaret Dunkley 
Beth Evans 



Bess Gearheart 
Helen Holbrook 
Vera Holbrook 

Helen Loveless 

Geraldme Maclarlane 



Ruth Nicholes 
Isabelle Romney 
Ruth Stout 
Barbara Tietien 
Bernell Tiet,en 





To 
credit ior 
trio were 
active as 



^^^^^^ r-oritpqt coes much ol the 

Senior ,udge of the beard-growmg contes , ^^^ 

unit sponsor. 



I 



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ma VE 







Amy Young 

Sonoma R. Waiker 
Barbara Bennion 
Naomo Anderson 
HeJen Berry 



Amy Cox 

Afton Clegg 
Usa Dunkiey 
Loa Mathews 
Betty Jane Mernil 



Maurine Moffitt 
Mayna Moffitt 

Mary Pfaft 

Sybil Math 



ews 



Catherine Needham 



fone Jensen 
Maunne Clegg 
Vivian Keller 
Cieo Stoiworthy 



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Maunne Riggs 

President 

Fay Hicken 

Vice President 

Zelda Cook 

Secretary Treasurer 



Idon Chad^rick 

Reporter 

Helen Demos 
Evelyn Dixon 
Lois Duiim 



Martha Taylor 
Mary Farnsworth 
Louise lorgensen 
Harriet Merrill 





successiul year well 



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^^^^^^smmmmm^ss 



Lucile Modern 
Elaine Murdock 
Vera Neves 
Enid Olsen 



Ardis PouJson 

Eiaine Skeem 

Lura Snarr 

Dora Jane StnckJey 



Nellie Taylor 
Evie Allan 
Marjone Merrill 
Beth Richardsen 




18S 



flDSlibS 



La Vonda Hansen 

Vice President 

, Prele Memmott 

^ secretory -Treosorer 

Carol Tanner 

Reporter 

Gwen lohnson 



Miriam Rasmussen 
Ann Herbert 
Ora Christensen 

Martha Bird 

Leora Curtis 



Helen Ellison 

Marie Barclay 

Kathryn Christensen 
Bernice Garrett 
Virginia Barrus 



Blanche ]ones 
Pearl Glissmeyer 
Una Oldroyd 
Hazel Crandall 





^— —^^^^^^^^^ ,,. . ^ pidelas president 

ner tilled the calendar lor tne y 
standing year. 



190 



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F.mo,?^^;r^'r;;-J -^ ^Vt ^°^^"^°^ - ^'--^ ^y the off,ce 

party, and a Thanksg.vmg party "^ ° "'^"^"^ P^^'V on New yilr ."""^ °"h^ ^^^house 

^"^^ ^ve, a Hallowe 



en 



Blanche Stewart 
Sara Mane Bmks 

Sara Mane Hansen 

Jane Packard 

Frances Davis 



f^aurine East 
Helen Tate 
Alberta Green 
JoAnne Brewer 
Ceneila Fagg 



Evelyn Giedhi]] 
Evah Christensen 
^adge Moody 
Elaine Kirk 
/aneJI Warner 



CamiJJe PaJmer 
Margaret Sorenson 

Rhoda King 

Margaret Pc 



assey 






191 



Ul WM 



Virginia Meiling 

President 

Willa Thornock 

Vice President 

Areva Lindsey 

Secretory 

Maxine Turner 

Treosurer 



Marie Colby 
Margaret Clyde 
Beth Markham 
Edithe Hylton 



Ila Webb 
Barbara Lessing 
Margaret Hurst 



Lyie Evans 

Elaine Montgomery 

Louise West 





^r As president, with the 

assistance oi .^'' ° ^^^ activities ol La Vodis lo 
er, Virginia directed tne u 



192 



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=3£SHSSSKS;jp£T,.~r 



Malno Reichert 
Liane Booth 
Thelma Farnsworth 
Leah Carson 



N'da Anderson 
Beulah Jensen 
Rache] Thomas 
Edith Heywood 



Maiel Anderson 
Ora Ann Smith 
MarceJle Beecher 



Floris Spinger 
Dorothy McGuire 
Vivienne Miller 




193 



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Coral Curtis 

President 

Kathenne Mitchell 

Vice President 



Gladys Boswell 
lune Barton 
Gladys Madsen 



Laura Roundy 
Mary Stohl 
Audrey Rig^Y 





attendance ol tne 



194 



Lab 



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party Valentine party. 



LucilJe Anderson 
Barbara Rex 
i-ucille Giles 



Ruth Clyde 
Beth Sanders 
Ruth Berlin 



Donna Bigefow 
^^an Holmstead 
LilJian Spatton 
^h'oe Butter/,eld 




195 



m\'H 



Alton Kimber 

President 

Fern Oldham 

Secretory Treoburer 

Amy Smith 

Reporter 



Mariorie Bnmhall 
Ruth McConkie 
Margaret Chappeil 



Marguerite Strickland 
Maxme B)erregaard 
Edna MyruP 




been many and v 



aned this year. 



Some of the more .m 



Scavenger 



hunt, a 



New 



social events were the ann ^^.^ghington s birthday 

lr»,.S;oTC?n KSosf a„d F=re..U .a„,u.. 



I9t) 



i«-f) 




Aiice Larson 
Rozilla Stevens 
Martha Lu Tucke 



Beatrice Gull 
Ida Nielson 
Lena Sessions 



w^iAT^ 







ZoJa Box 
Lois Durrant 
Goldie Nielson 
Lila Prescott 



197 



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Ivy Roberts 

President 

Doris Crane 

Secretorv - Treosurer 

Jane Newell 

Reporter 

Margaret Chnstensen 



Norma Crane 
Marie Duiiin 
Helen Robinson 
Emma Zabriskie 




Marie Pyo^^ 
Virginia Sundwall 
Florence Page 
Deon Oleson 









treasurer, and lane 



198 



mnim 




'^ay Traher 
Louise Street 
Bettie Peterson 
Oleah Harris 



Lucille Robinson 
'■ucy Cannon 
Katherine Swenson 
Betty Pyott 



Marjorie Hansen 
Marjorie Huish 
Mary Green 



'"sme of Tournament of 




199 



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Elithe Fillmore 

President 

Dorothy Durrant 

Vice President 

Elayne Hinckley 

Secretory 

Doris Alder 

Treasurer 



Frances Hughes 

Reporter 

LaRae AUeman 
Barbara Anderson 
Renee Anderson 
Margaret Belnap 



Beth Bird 
Ethel Clark 
Edith Clark 
Helen Clark 
Dama Grant 



Marjorie Glines 

Ruth Greenwell 

Beth Hales 

Norma Jackson 

Connie Jensen 





iM^^ 



kAi ^ 




■ ^■"^ „ DirectlY behind her stands 

treasurer, trances y 



200 



^'^^mmn 




Margaret MacDonald 
Beth Mendenhall 
Lucille Palfreyman 
Margaret Poxman 



•Siiiieiiiil 



Merlyn Romney 
Florence Stevens 
Neva Strate 
Gloria Tanner 



Ruth Taylor 

Gwendolene Toland 

Jessica UdaJl 
Lyda Whicker 
Ruth White 



Mary Moore 

Mary Dean Peterson 
Alice Bo wen 
RoseJyn Eddington 
Virginia Hunter 




201 



Vs\ uinii 



Eleanor Moore 

President 

LiUie Tidwell 

Vice President 



Do^othyMcAmster 



Secretory 



Pauline Burgess 

Sorgeant at Arms 

Louise Mayer 

Reporter 

Elna Shellenburger 



Margaret Meeks 
Flora Martin 
Vida Finleyson 



Lurlene Richardso 
Nedra Simpkins 
Eleanor Toomey 
Elizabeth Randall 





Burgess, sargeant-at-arm . 



202 



TD Liini] 




i=ssHE-H™=Hz?ya=:j«^^^^ 



Myrra W,J],ams 
Betty Miller 
Vonda Wall 



Florence Hurst 
Evelyn Clark 
Edythe Hardy 



Violet Nielson 
Gloria Stayner 
Ilia Jackson 



Eudora Knudsen 
LaVon Fransen 
Gertrude Bartholome 




203 



niaunn 



Thora Van Leuven 

Preside"* 

Catherine Hall 

Vice President 

Wanda CulUmore 

Secretory 



Thelma Holland 
Norma Larsen 
Valoise Gardner 



Elaine Bastian 
Edith Carter 
Helen Carter 





^^^^^^^^^^ d directs their activities 

able, eihcient group ol ley 



204 



nium 




Grovel^'Sllill gf "^^ °J *- banner year ior Th V ^^^^ 



Erma Haymore 
Kdith Olsen 
Ua Craig 



Gene Holt 
Lena Larsen 
V'irginia Fackrel, 



Dorothy Munlc 
Shirley Ann Deone 
Down Gleave 
Virginia fCirkman 




205 



f^i \]m\ 



Donna Smuin 

President 

Venice Cottam 

Vice President 

Helen BrockbanK 

Secretory 

Helen Bennett 

Treosurer 

Kathenne Morrell 

Reporter 

Nancy Richards 



Marione Paulson 
Beth Todd 
Erma Schow 
Kay Cox 
June Daniels 
Lea McKell 



Alton Brockbank 
Vivian Anderson 
Marie Bertelson 
Ruth Poll 
]eanette Grey 
Nan Chipman 



Elsie Adams 
Louise Peterson 
VaLeen Evans 
Charlotte Webb 
Velma Olsen 



Ruth Harris 
leanette Clark 
Mary Cannon 
Sarah Mabey 
Ruth Milliqan 





ded over by charming 
V. «o„, one o, .e o.^ ^^^^S^lSlt''^ ^IF^ tt.Ss.r KoS; 



206 



V/ii nom 




"°" banquet concluded 



Nancy Trunnell 
Venice Whiting 
EJame BrockbanJc 
Phyllis Smart 
Beth Anderson 
Emma Lee Bown 



Mary Kirkham 
Shirley BrockbanJc 
Mildred Smart 
Lucille Adams 
Elzada Carlson 
Affon Bigelow 



fCathr-'n Pace 
Dorothy Daynes 
Geraidine Lambert 
Betty Jean Stapley 
Genevieve Hansen 
Margie Cutler 



Norma Bradley 
Dorothy Greenwood 
Betty Stewart 
Mildred Harris 
Dorothy Dixon 



Lucile Dyreng 
Betty Lillywhite 
Marjorie Price 
Leah D. Harris 
Ruth L. fiebentisch 




207 



'dm& 



Willie Stevens 

President 

John Utvich 

vice President 

Paul Boyer 

Secretary 

Briant Jacobs 

Treasurer 

Alfred Ridge 

Reporter 



Alfred Alder 

Gordon BiUmgs 

Victor Bnmhall 

Malcolm Booth 

Henry Bourne 



Mark Boyle 
Bryce Christensen 
Stephen Clark 
Richard Clark 
Bud Eggertsen 



Grant Fisher 
Shirl Evans 
lames Fletcher 
Robert Fletcher 



George Flillet 
]im Freestone 
Dean Gardner 
Paul Harmon 





"^ r^ i^Knrtcers Other members 

porter. Ur. lu'^ 



208 



Bmm 




Brick. 



S?^iHt^Sl2^^^ ^'te'^s "S.1-- o„ «_, 



party. Brick 



- — ^ --vS^^-E Ss?iS-££S^S..°'t --•- ,^ v^ 



Lant Haymore 
Elvon Jackson 
Gee Jackson 
Burke Jenkins 
Ben Lewis 



Junius Mclntyre 
Bob Moorefield 
Ralph Olsen 
William Pardoe 
William Potasnik 



William Prusse 
Homer Stephens 
Ken Taylor 
Lester Taylor 
Jack Thurgood 



Burton Todd 
John Trunnel 
Fred Wiemer 
Jay Wilson 
Keith Wilsor 



William Woolf 
Dr. Loren C. Bryner 
Hamilton Rebentisch 
Don Snedaker 




209 



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Kent Clark 

President 

Forest Bird 

Vice President 

lohn Weemg 

Secretory 

Scott Benson 



Wayne Booth 
Saniord M. Bmgham 
Martell Bird 
Tom Baum 



Merlyn Brown 
Mac Cunningham 
R W- Christensen 
Dean Conder 



Spencer Covert 
Horace Christensen 
Gordon Christensen 







.president KentCt,..Og.,,t^^^^^ 
]ohn Weenig. secretary, h— 



210 



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Sf 






Bill Coltnn 
Stan Clark 
LeLand Earl 
Odean Hess 



LaVar Jones 
LeGrande Lewis 
Marvin Mower 
Eldon Peterson 



Don Snow 
Anthony Snow 
Ross Sanders 



Russel Wolz 
Ray Chnstensen 
Don Overly 



-nyon party concluding a big year'' ''^^ '"^"='"--' -as their spring 'socral r'r.. ^"^^ 

peuK, the an- 



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211 



DeLoY McMuUm 

President 

Charles Fletcher 

V,ce President 

Wilson Hales 

Treasurer 

Monroe Paxman 

Secretory 

Eugene Riska 



Paul lones 
Malt Olsen 
Donald Harris 
Rex Hall 
Sam Smoot 




LaVar Bateman 
Ned Knaphus 
Craig Decker 
Morgan Greenwood 
Twain Tippetts 



Winston Dahlquist 
]ohn Evans 
Vernon Jensen 
Gordon Ballantyne 
Loraine Adams 



Kay Bunnel 
Rees Olson 

Cecil Zimmerman 

•Bill Mangum 

Merlin Slack 




^^-^^^^^^ o( the good ship Vik- 

'^%, ^^Ser'wUso" Hales, and Reporter Garth 
activities. 



212 



mm 




Beginning with a Hrrll ^^^^^^ 

°'" ^°"^« in Apr,], and 



Everett Manwanng 
Max Chambers 
Robert Crammer 
John Wing 
Car] Brockbank 



Vernon Wilcox 
Glenn Allen 
Gilbert Haws 
David Vance 
Orvil Howe 



Doyd Coll 

Garth Seegmiller 
Garth Olson 
George Bird 
Preston Gledhil] 



Jack Davies 
Roscoe Nelson 
Alton Merrill 
Starr Brockbank 
Ralph Britsch 



Jay DeGraff 
Russell Hakes 
Grant Jacobsen 
Marion H. Taylor 




213 



Max Bateman 

President 

Grant Hansen 

Vice President 

Dwight King 

Treosurer 

Eugene England 

Secretory 



Russell Madsen 
Bob Woodward 
Gene Baker 
Vaughn Lloyd 



Dan Thomas 
William Toliver 
Tom Kimball 
Ray Crosbie 




Chris Mortensen 
Don McAiiee 
Donald Ipsen 
LaVell Bigelow 
Allen ipsen 




^^^^^ oiiicers President 

group, student Body Prexy ur 



214 



mm 




Fred Bateman 
Harry Thomas 

Ray Snow 

Reed Tuft 



^^mmmmmi 



Drew Leonard 
Stanley Turley 
George Crum 
Gene Everett 



Arnold Grah 
Mark And 



am 



erson 



Grant Powell 
Ray Norton 



Burke Thomas 
Champ Tanner 
Thales Brown 
Ward Heal 
Vernon Harmer 




215 



Ray lacobson 
Bob Sayer 

Vice President 

Parker Hansen 

Secretory 

George Evans 

Treasurer 



Aubrey Andelin 
Keith Anderson 
Kenneth Aycock 
Howard Ballard 



Ross Ballard 
Robert Ballard 
Monte Beckstrand 
Vance Bennett 




Karl Black 
Gail Brown 
Reed Bowen 
Roy Hansen 



Hughes Hanchett 
Richard Lovendge 
Mark McKell 

Max Nichols 

Ross Nielson 




. , ,, ,928 Aila.rs ol Val Hync w 

aent Ro^TCe.%S-.den,, Ken Aycock, sec 



* A hv Rav Jacobson, presi- 



216 



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r 




i 



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^^^^^^^^^SSisgHI^ 



Peter Speros 
Henry Stoddard 
/oe Strickland 
fvan Strickland 



Glen Snarr 

Don Smith 
Evans Smith 
Charles Swanner 



Evan Terry 

Max Tuft 
Ersel Williams 
Dean Williams 



Lloyd Abbott 
Boyd Hair 
Joe Brown 
Carl Burgess 
Grant Hansen 



Robert Cornaby 
William McKell 
Clifton Clinger 
Robert Sylvester 
Bill Rasmussen 




217 





it found friendly fun in 




C i U 3 li 



"Birds of a leather" applies to college stu- 
dents as well as to the winged species. Wheth- 
er from Podunk Center or Anycity, U. S. A , it 
was much more fun to gang together and have 
times that you could write home about than 
to do a "solo". From good old fashioned 
"hoe-downs" and "shin-digs" to dignified 
semi-formals, these energetic clubs had inter- 
esting times in novel socials. The cliquish 
bands of campus rovers met frequently and 
.blaze notices of club meetings appearing on 
campus bulletin boards still remain on the, 
plastic minds of fellow students. From geo.- 
graphicql to psychological, these clubs furnish- 
ed 'an irhportant link in the social chain of a 
great social university. Medium of expression 
to hundreds of students, they filled a crying 
need at the lovable "Y". 



iiarzonii liUJS 



Samuel D. Flake 

President 

Wanda Loving 

Vice President 

Beth Lillywhile 

Secretory 

Charlette Webb 

Sociol Choirmon 



Elden Randall 
Murlyne Brown 
Russell Hakes 
Erma Hoymore 



Arthur Hunt 
Laurel Peterson 
Robert Smith 
Lynda Stott 
Elmo Howard 



Ray Fenn 

Gale Lewis 

Elizabeth Randall 
Von Stene Rigqs 
Carol Despam 




^^^^^^B^^^^^^^^^^^^^ t cactus country 



220 



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laice them home (or the 



Lucille Thomas 
Wanda Martelj 

Melvin Oversor. 

Charles Fish 



Smith Broadben; 
Chester 3rov.-n 
Arvid Dodge 
Vaughn Ellsv/on;, 



Lant Haymore 
Leo Herbert 
oseph Holt 
LJoyd Johnson 
T'homas Kirncaii 



f^yrno McCleve 
f^argaret Price 
Betty Jean Stopley 
Stanley Turley 
Llizabeth Welker 



221 



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Ladd Cropper 

President 

Anna Wood 

Vice President 

Ruth Starley 

5ecretarv 

Farrell Walker 
Ruth Hansen 



Bill Walker 
Catherine Cox 
Virginia Moody 

Dana Pratt 

Glen Pratt 



]oe V/arner 
Reed Lambert 
Wallace Stevens 

Lewis Rawlinson 

Glen Curtis 



Clara Anderson 
Ranee Harder 
Neldon ]ones 
Gordon Christen: 
Elaine Skeem 



Lucille Styler 
Grace Hepworth 
Madge Moody 
RoziUa Stevens 
- Vance Bennett 




^^II^BI^A .Jiis^^^^^^^ ^^ ^^^ universill 

p„..^l Walker and LaRue oa 



222 



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Don Wadsworth 

President 

Mark Murry 

V,ce P.esident 

'^'orma Larsen 

Secretary . Treasure 

Verie Ailen 
Nephi Conrad 



Mane Davis 

Harold Ear] 
Carl Gibson 
PearJ Heckefhorne 
Don Hemingway 



Bruce KeJly 
Max Leavitt 

Lorean Lewis 

Gay Myers 

BeuJah Robinson 



Lenore Robinson 
Virginia Scho/ieid 

EJna Shellenberger 

Mary Tomsik 

Miidred Smart 



Edna Wadsworlh 
Jo Wadsworth 
Robert Woodward 
Morris Young 
Eleanor Ronnow 



an picture party. 



"'' ' ''■"'•-«»- "''™»^°%»vS'lf"* «"-' 



223 



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Robert Bird 

Vice President 



Eva Hogan 

Secretory 



Treosurer 



Laval S. Morris 

Focultv Adviser 



Kenii Shiozawa 
Calvin Boswell 

Social Choirmon 

George H. Smeath 



Mary Smeath 
Rowe Smith 
Marian Feulner 



Ernest Reimschissel 
Keith Wellman 

lack Reader 

Victor Montgomery 




^^ ^^^^^^^ , , J Robert Bird, Sec 



224 



^i^ir iiu^i mjB 




George Hi]] 

president 

Marie Pyott 

Vice Presrdent 

Marjone Jensen 

Secretory 

Vaughn Taylor 
Edna Ricliardson 



George Cannon 
Lucy Cannon 
Betty Pyott 
Ray Hanks 
Elizabeth Hill 



Barbara Rex 
Lucille Giles 
Marian Fulner 

Jo Anne Brower 

Edith Olsen 



Dorothy Ballard 
Mary Cannon 
Norma Brandley 
Marjone Paulson 
Nancy Richards 



Norma Higgs 
Lucille Bowers 
Naoma Anderson 
Helen Loveless 



£iiisissgi«|p«,;3s 



225 



finfljiDinn fiius 



LaRon Stewart 

President 

Merne Laycock 

Vice President 

Hildon Gibb 

Secretary 

Camille Palmer 
Eldon Shields 



Anna Johanson 
Ralph Laycock 
Verda Mae Fuller 
Donna Galbraith 
Verl RoUson 



Fred Spackman 
Howard Stutz 
Dorothy Fuller 
Inez Stevens 
Vivian Marshall 

Rose Marie Fuller 
Earl Bascom 
Mary Bradley 
Verl Lambert 
Raymond Osland 
Francis Lawlor 

Cleo Zemp 
Edna Anderson 
Kay Llewelyn 
Alice Card 
Vic Bullock 
William Forsyth 




„ , Y by the Canadian 



226 



M]B am 




David Salisbury 
Melba Christiansen 

Vice President 

faye Broadbent 

Secretory - Treasurer 



organ Greenwood 



M 



^^^^^"mimmmmms 



he Bosweli 

Lucille Hall 
Carma Vickers 
Wendell Saunders 
Don Gowers 
Fern Broadhead 



Geraldine Bowles 
Geraldme Cazier 
Melba Jones 
Melba Jenkins 
John Gadd 



Kenji Shiozawa 
Glen Pratt 
Phil Garrett 
James Liddiard 



Bernice Garrett 

Lee Taylor 
Wa Wilson 
^oel Ellertson 



227 



iij£B£fl Iil5J3 



Richard Graehl 

President 

Virginia Fackrell 

Vice President 

Edith Worton 

Secretory 

Ruth White 
Dean White 
Aaron Tracy 

Thomas Broadbent 

Jay Wilson 

]ean Webb 

Keith Wilson 
Shirley Turnquist 
Donna Smuin 



Dorothy Dixon 
William Reeves 
Katharine Morrell 
Ruth Greenwell 
Marelda Hogge 
Leland Earl 



]ay Henniler 
Fred Rabe 
UeWin Dranslield 
Emma Hansen 
LaVerne Moyes 
Malin Francis 



Kent Francis 

Ruth Berlin 
Elva Baird 
Charles Burton 
Velma Hunter 




- ^^^^ r. 1, 11 Secretary Edith Worton 

party on April 13. 



228 



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Max Rogers 

President 



First Row; Thomas Broadbeni r u 

SoSrF?""??"^^'^ «"* Surges", nZ'' S"""'^ Hedcu.s,, 

-sss fe- ^s:- If™ s^ p°»«/Hir£ 

■en, Manon Beck. Third rZ lll%^°''' ^«" Giles, Max Lar 
fowe, LaThair Curtis Robert c?'^'^°^' .^"^"" "'"■ Junior 

i|V"---»*i3**So-sr,„g 

i"BSLTLM-3w^s;=rorB"„r°^-"a 

:'ber,son. Fifth Row Don Ho^ '"'^' ^'^^^ Bowen Merfe 
erald Caldwell, Burton Hun^\^'"^rf^' ^"^^^n Whhnev 
;;on Geslison, Nephi Conrad Rotl^Baf^t' Quent.n Utlel' 
r. Ray Graham, Harry ChanWi ^ a'*^' ^e^"^ Van Waao 

Tl ^""'"^ AdaL SoSr' |r^ ^'^^'^^ Everett S: 

th Anderson, Kenneth Porter Parff."'. ^^°^^'" Mower 

" Darwin Reese, Robert Ba fo^ci ^^'^ ^°^^^"' J-n^us Mdn-' 



SjS^r^ilFSSC^ -c^--'^ - Helen H.ans as 

organization. frames are played. Professors de^^^g S BroadbSmSv"?: ^^^ 




229 



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Ruth Burgess 

President 

Gerald Caldwell 

Vice President 

Elame Bastain 

Secretory - Treosurer 

Max Seeley 

Sociol Chairman 

David Hall 



Catherine Hall 
Norma Houstan 
Howard Dennis 
V/illiam Baker 
Carl Lemon 



Dee Orser 
Glen Gilbert 
Lorrctme Bensen 

Evans Smith 

Lela Smith 



Orba Eldredge 
Reginal Curry 
Bonny Miller 
Lois Lusty 
Howe Smith 



Floyd Bingham 
Elizabeth Hatch 
Karl Burgess 
Everett Manwaring 







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Forty-five 



^'^.s"dE^^^';^''t fe-'»^--, o« ». 



xie club has 



'he Dixi 



ie Junior College. 



"• ^'ce-president La- 



Ada Hafen 

President 

LoVoy Esplin 

Vice President 

K^arl Foster 

Secretary 

JVG Shumwoy 
Ruby Savage 



Barbara Hirshey 
Shelby Bentley 
Donald Snow 
Anthony Snow 
Arlo Prisbrey 



Schyler Everett 
Naomi Fordham 
f-lason Cottam 
Helena Thomas 
Tom Pratt 



Ether Hastings 
i^eland Lamoreaux 
Champ Cuff 
Diana Booth 



McKay NeiJson 
Stanley Schmutz 

LaVeJ] Chamberlain 

Jean Cottam 



231 



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Idon Chadwick 

Vice President 

Dean Williams 

Treosurer 

Frances Davis 

Secretory 

Venice Hansen 
Valco Benson 



Maurine Riggs 
Leon Westover 
K. Clark 
Winston Mercer 
Floyd Nixon 



Elvm Ossman 
Merle Orchard 
Clara Tew 
Vivian Gentry 
Wilson Harper 



Sybil Hansen 
Audry Rigl^Y 
Alta Harper 

Helen Brown 

Edyth Olsen 

Thelma Benson 

Keith Archibald 
Barbara Elswood 
Don Snedaker 
Ross Chnstensen 
Herman Henderson 
-Beth Pond 




^^- •^^^"" ^ , As his eliicient admm 



232 



JDiJiJD Llljf) 




Cleo Pond 
Glennis Pond 
Earl Nelson 

Stanford Harrison 

Gail Brown 



Russon Hunter 
Katharine Poehlman 
Rulon Poole 
Kenneth Johansen 
Eddie Martin 



Arthur Quist 
Thelma Holland 
Evah Chnstensen 
Milton Brown 
Marcus Parry 
Gene Belnap 

Margaret Belnap 
Hazel Spencer 

Earl Jones 

Roy Evans 

E'en Kimball 

Austin Hill 



Dora Faye Tayl 

EJoyd Call 
Bennett Jacobs 
Zelda Cook 
Lois Hardman 
Vern Haslam 



or 



"-^ in the same hall. °' satisfied with 



233 



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, 11 Dan Peterson, ai 
Front ROW. Preston Gledh. 

Kalbryn Ch"^' ,, 
^ax Mendenhall 

President 



\ 



, r^, h The club was organized I 
.- hin ol the Mask Club, ine ^embers, Ac 

dent: Fae OlarK, ^ 



234 








Brawis 
^°cia] unils during the schoT"'^^' °"=* ^^ 

"^ °' ""-^Pecting coeds ha,e a ' ^^^'°-ed 

"ave a snack ,„ the 



''is, misfits, whinqd' "^^^^^^M 



235 




DDDilJ!/ 



c4ctLV iTle^ 



What would colleg-e be if the dust from 
the textbooks wasn't counteracted by the 
spice and zest and enthusiasm of the Y's 
most dearly cherished tradition — that con- 
tagious and irresistable spirit that makes it 
the friendly school? In '38 - '39 the Spirit 
of the Y exuded in big gobs from the memor- 
able activities of campus life . . . the harvest 
moon seemed to be dripping with college 
spirit, as if it had just been dipped in it . . . 
traditional Y spirit spiraled upward from 
crooning saxaphones at dreamy forma Is . . . 
it waved in the pompoms at the football 
games ... it laughed at the fantastic bull 
^^ession tales ... it glowed from the tradition- 
al rush week handshake and back slap . . . 
it echoed in the applause for assemblies and 
lyceums ... it rang with the buzzer and mov- 
ed with the score board numerals at basket- 
ball games ... it was smelled along with the 
pungent odors of green grass and new leaves 
... it danced in the orange flames of the 
burning Y at graduation. Innumerable 
hours spent away from books and concen- 
tration, hours of talking and dating and 
thrilling, were not only glorious — they were 
college life itself. 





'■'^>. ■■ 




it broke the hum-drum with- 




ficriyirjsii 



Between cram session and xam session Joe 
and Josie College shed their more studious 
selves, corae out o( their quarterly scholastic 
hibernation and make things vibrate to the 
pulsation of riotous fun. "Mat" dances and 
parties, popularity and publications, moon- 
light hikes and daylight hopes — they never 
end, and were they happy? With ap ear-to- 
ear smile all were happy, and how! If you 
don't believe it, "Ask the man who owns one" 
.by looking in the mirror. Then say the Y 
years don't rate highest honors in fun achieve-, 
ment, if you cani 



ihe Campus ^loeethea^t 




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VENICE COTTAM 



RUTH WHITE 




MARIE PYOTT 



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Prom! Magical dream word — this 
year it signified "Heart's Paradise". 
Converting the drab gym into a verita- 
ble paradise of hearts, this year the 
committee broke records with the most 
elaborate lighting and decorating ar- 
rangement displayed at the "Y" in 
many a moon. Above, chairman Mar- 
tell Bird points with paternal pride at 
the long-looked-for day, while below 
Dot. Dixon and Reed Tuft register the 
obvious rapture of all Prom-goers. 
Finally, here is the entire group of 
workers: left to right (back row) Ling- 
ley, Brooks, Bird, Weenig, Tuft and 
(front row) Brown, Dixon, Speros, and 
Glines. 



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Photographer Thorn Barrett finally 
has the tables turned on him. With him 
are Ruth Taylor, Fae Clark, and com- 
mitteeman John Weenig. They are 
standing before the giant "Timpanogos 
Heart" created in the center of the gym. 
Middle; assistant Oliver Smith hears 
a new one while dancing in the 
"Heart's Paradise" surroundings — or is 
that angelic expression of rapture? 
And below, Prexy Leonard receives 
the first ticket to the 1939 shin-dig from 
Marty Bird, Marj Glines, and Pete 
Speros. Ironically enough, the prexy 
played for the affair with Stan Schmutz 
Top Hatters. 



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LeGronde Lewis, editor of this 
volume, is one of the campus' most 
versatile men. But outstanding is 
his ability as a photographer and 
artist. Personable, conscientious, 
energetic, he has spent many an 
hour on the Banyan while you 
slept. 

Business manager Dale DeGraff 
has not only brought advertising 
volume up, but supervised con- 
tests and promotion ideas for 
sales. But most unusual of all, he 
was an important cog in the liter- 
ary wheel which turned out the 
copy for the Banyan. 



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Leah D. Harris 

. Business Secretary 

LaVar Bateman 

Advertising 

Wayne Sorenson 

Advertising 

Jay Wilson 

Advertising 

Elizabeth Hill 

Mounting 



JoAnne Brower 

Mounting 

Malm E. Francis 

Mounting 

Phyllis Smart 

Solesmon 

Kathryn Christensen 

Mounting 

Jack Davies 

Literary Editor 



Clara Jensen 

Journalist 

Brian t Jacobs 

Journalist 

Idell Warnock 

Solesmon 

Louise West 

Secretary 

Fern Ostler 

Journalist 



Mildred Parry 

Index 

Joseph Boel 

Portrait Photographer 

ihom Barrett 

Photographer 

Carma Wilson 

Solesmon 

John Moore 

Salesman 



Chester Fults 

Solesmon 

Nancy Richards 

Solesmon 

Barbara Tietjen 

Solesmon 

Marjorie Paulson 

Salesman 

Sarah Mane Binks 

i>alesmon 

Robert Ruff 

Art 



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Ye editor, Bill Coltrin, creator of 
"winning sports stories, received a 
medal for writing the best one at 
the R. M. I. P. A. conference in Salt 
Lake. Rugged individualist. Bill's 
papers possessed the spark of 
spontaneity so essential to a suc- 
cessful college newspaper. 



Ye business manager. And man- 
ager it is! Dwight King shows 
promise of a bright advertising or 
business future in his year with 
the News. Rumor has it that he 
has kept it more nearly in the black 
than any other business manager 
in its long history. 



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Marvin Smith 

Associate Editor 

onanf Jacobs 

News Editor 

Reed Tuft 

Make-up Editor 

Dale DeGraff 

Copy Editor 

^- (jien Snarr 

Sports Editor 

^ay Pace 

Society Editor 

Lois Hales 

Proof Reoder 

cob Moorefield 

Circulation Manager 

LcfVar Bateman 

Business Assistont 

<^eorge Hill 
^arol Hassell 

Reporter 

Afton Clegg 

Reporter 



J^atherine Morrell 

Reporter 

i>ylvia Hinckley 

Reporter ■' 

Mary Pjntar 

Reporter 

Mary Jordan 

Reporter 

Virginia Fackrel] 

Reporter 

Clara Jensen 

Reporter 



Gladys Boswell 

Reporter 

Mildred Parry 

Reporter 

Jay DeGraff 

Reporter 

f^ern Ostler 

Reporter 

Wayne Kearl 

Reporter 

Dorothy Dixon 

Feature Writer 

Dan Thomas 

Feature Writer 

William Forsyth 

Columnist 

Spence Crabtree 

(-olumnist 

Dorothy Munk 

Reporter 

Hayne Boyle 

Feature Writer 



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Are you ready?! 



Here are 



the boys who led the Cougar cheers 
which spurred football, basketball, and 
tennis teams on to greater heights. 
Spark to rallies, the masters of cheers 
are above: Dean Peay, Ray Hanks, 
and jtilius Bertrand. It seems that the 
boys are having a bit of fun stroking 
the kitty. Center, you have head= 
master Hanks going into his dance. 
And below, Kenneth Aycock and head- 
master Hanks do a little posing to 
show who was doing the cheerleading 
at the end of the year. 



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ADA HAFEN 

"Y" Day Queen 



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CONNIE KELLY 

Homecoming Queen 




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BETTY JEAN STAPLEY 



Snow Carnival Queen 




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RUTH STOUT 

Sweetheart of Delta Phi 




VENICE COTTAM 



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Highlights of a rich lyceum season 
which brought the world's greatest tal- 
ent to Provo, Sergei Rachmaninoff is 
properly described as "A Living Im- 
mortal". Spellbound under the touch of 
the master, an overflowing Taber- 
nacle crowd had its dream fulfilled. 
The Pasquier Trio, brothers in strings, 
gave a stand-out performance. 



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Combining the features of three excellent soloists, the Chamber Opera Trio thrilled 
its audience with trios and solos. Upper right, Toscha Seidel was one of the season's most 
popular performers and was encored repeatedly. Center life, Geoffrey O'Hara, world re- 
nowned "Tune Detective" signs an autograph while Prof. Hanson, and Prof. J. C. Swenson 
look on. Lower left, With her mellow notes and fine quality, Lotte Lehmann gave lyceum- 
goers something to remember. And lastly, but by no means leastly, Sir Arthur Willet, Eng- 
lish philosopher, was interesting. 



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Regarded next to Rachmaninoff in quality 
as a lyceum attraction, Martha Graham and 
her world-famous dancers filled College Hall 
at extra prices. In interpretive dancing, Miss 
Graham holds prominence over the world as 
a top-ranking star and troupe. Gregor Piati- 
gorsky, eminent Russian cellis was outstand- 
ing among fellow artists. 




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Distinguished American novelist, Theodore Dreiser gave an address inter- 
esting primarily to literature students. Editor and dramatic critic, Burns mantle 
praised drama at the B. Y. U. in a column of the New York Tribune after he lectured 
an audience at the Tabernacle. Wonder to all who heard him play, Andre Ma/chal 
gave a demonstration of the power of instinct in an organ recital. Marchal is blind. 
British Novelist Phyllis Bentley lunched with Omega Nu before her lecture. James 
M. Hepbron, criminologist, interested his audiences with diagnoses of the present 
crime situation. , 



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Student of the great Debussey, 
pianist Robert Schmitz and the B, Y. U. 
symphony orchestra gave an entire 
program of music of the masters. With 
his unusual interpretation of the works 
of Debussey, Schmitz thrilled a capa- 
city Tabernacle audience. With rich, 
baritone voice, Alexander Kisselburg 
sang a concert which lingers yet in 
the minds of music-lovers of the city 
and school. 







Abbe Ernest Dimnet, French philosopher and author of "The Art of Thinking" 
was one of the popular speakers of the lyceum course. Speaking on the interna- 
tional situation, he gave a new slant to international relations. Sheldon Cheney, 
upper right, was refreshing as an advocate of modern art and impressionism. 
Lower left, Carl Mose gave one of the mostinteresting programs of the season. And 
lower right, Paul Engle, brilliant young American poet read poetry. 



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Produced in College Hall 

Oct. 20, 21 . . . Dr. T. Earl Par 
doe, director, Kathryn B. Par 
doe, associate director, Gwen 
dolene Toland, Maxine Turner 
student directors. 

LEFT: Brutos Jones (Ralpl 
Ungermann), escaped Ameri 
can Negro convice and self 
styled emperor of a West Indie: 
isle, sprawls in death at th( 
feet of Cockney trader Henr-; 
Smithers (Vernon D. Wilcox 
and Lem (Boyd Lake), a nativ( 
chief, at the tragic conclusioi 
of Eugene O'Neill's drama c 
the psychology of fear. Nativ( 
soldiers (Julius Bertrand, Fa-^ 
Bybee, Alton Merrill, LaVa 
Bateman) had killed him witl 
a "charmed" silver bullet oi 
the eve of his departure witl 
the island's loot. 



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RIGHT: The Emporer Jones, 
actually lying exhausted and 
delirious from his flight into tii .■ 
forest from the native tom-toms, 
imagines himself back in the 
States, being auctioned as a 
slave before Southern planters, 
belles and dandies (Bill Par- 
doe, Marie Bertelsen, Jack 
Trunell, Retell Enckson, Mal- 
colm Booth, Eleanor Farr). 

Other characters: Gwendo- 
lene Toland, Claude Snow, Ber- 
nice Kelly, Dan Peterson, Ether 
Hastings, Jerry Caldwell, Gwen 
Colton, Lorraine Mason, How- 
ard Dennis, Frank Jex, Bruce 
Kelly, William Baker, Artel 
Ricks, .Dean Peay, Bob John- 
son, LaVar Bateman, Marvin 
Smith, Dale Riggs, Louise V/est, 
Geraldine Macfarlane, James 
Andrews, Bernal Anderson, 
Bennett Jacobs. 




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Produced in College 
ill, Nov, 17. 18, 19, in L. D. S. 
bernade, Heber, Dec. 2, in 
illege Hall, Jan. 25, for Lead- 
ship visitors; in College Hall, 
b. 4, under D. U. P. auspices; 
the Price Municipal Audi- 
•ium, March 4, under Rotary 
ub-Carbon Stake Sunday 
ihools auspices . . . T. Earl 
srdoe, director; Maxine Turn- 
Dan Peterson, Kalhryn 
iristensen, student directors. 

RIGHT: Miss Lavinia Con- 
mghton (Leora Curtis), maid- 
1 aunt of heroine Diantha 
=rr (Helen Clark — hand on 
lair), glances coyly up at 
olonel Robert Avery (Jack 
avies) as their long-lost ro- 
ance resumes; Dr. Fanny 
rant (Fae Clark) and Harriet 
Beth Evans) look on. 




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LEFT: Leading man Peter 
Avery (Preston Gledhill — with 
arm up) awaits the decision of 
Lieutenant Sheean (James And- 
rews) in the fast, rollicking po- 
lice court climax of the Elea- 
nor Gates comedy. "We Are 
Seven's" unique romantic ac- 
tion centered principally about 
Avery's becoming the fake 
deaf and dumb excort of Miss 
Kerr, whose unmaidenly inter- 
est in eugenics and heridity led 
her 1o the plan to have seven 
babies as soon as she could 
find a suitable father for them^ 

Other characters pictured: 
Sanford Bmgham, Clifton ding- 
er, Alton Merrill, Dean White, 
LaVar Bateman, Jack Trunell, 
Loraine Adams, Marvin Smith, 
Howard Dennis, Refell Erick- 
son. Unpictured Julius Bertrand, 
Bob Johnson, Gail Brown, Wel- 
don Moffitt. 



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Produced in College 

Hall, Dec. 15, 16, 17 . . . Dr. T. 
Earl and Kathryn B. Pardee, 
directors 

LEFT: Hsieh Ping-Kuei 
(James Andrews) one-time 
gardner returns as ruler of the 
Western Regions with his wife, 
Precious Stream (Beulah Jen- 
sen), to rumble — left to right — 
her brothers-in-laws, Wei (Da- 
vid Walker) and Su (Bob 
Johnson); her parents, Prime 
Minister Wang Yun (Fay By- 
bee) and Madam Wang 
(Bernell Tietjen); and, her eld- 
er sisters. Golden Stream 
(Helen Holbrook) and Silver 
Stream (Inez Stevens). At right 
is the haughty Princess of the 
Western Regions (Blanche 
Jones), who, with her Minister 
of Foreign Affairs (Ralph Un- 
germann), has pursued Hsieh 
Ping-Kuei, her former consort. 



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ABOVE: Unusual, charming, 
naive,, and beautifully staged, 
"Lady Precious Stream" was 
delightful. Written by S. L. 
Hsiung, it put into English a 
literal translation of one of 
China's mosi traditional dra- 
matic situations. Staged in ac- 
curate Oriental fashion, it fea- 
tured such Chinese customs as 
allowing black-clad stage 
hands to mingle with the 
actors. 

Other characters : Bruce^ By- 
land, Volco Benson, Gail 
Brown, Hyrum Loutensack, Lo- 
raine Adams, Dean Peay, 
' Dama Grant, Emily Brooks, 
Carol Bement, Elaine Brock- 
bank, Briant Jacobs, Moyle 
Sorensen, William Baker, Lafe 
Terry, David Salisbury, Bill 
Hansen, Charles Jennings, El- 
zada Carlson, Nellie McBride 
Betty Stewart, Loraine Mason, 
Maurine Moffitt, LaVar Bate- 
man, Howard Dennis, Ray 
Hanks, June Christensen. 




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. .Produced in College Hall, 
Jan. 19, 20; in College Hall, Jan. 
27, for Leadership visitors. . . 
Dr. T. Earl and Kathryn B. Par- 
doe, directors .... 



RIGHT: Doctors and Amer- 
ican Army officials gather in a 
Cuban laboratory for a tense 
scene during "Yellow Jack." 
Portraying the actual men who 
fought yellow fever at the turn 
of the century are: (left to 
right) Ass't Surgeons Roger P. 
Ames (Joseph Strickland), Jesse 
W. Lazear (Twain Tippetts), 
James Carroll (Bob Johnson), 
and Aristides Agramonte (Clif- 
ton Clinger), Major Walter 
Reed (Lafayette Terry), Dr. 
Carlos J. Finlay (Deloy McMul- 
lin). Colonel Tory (Willie Stev- 
ens), Major Cortwright (Ray 
Mills — also portraying the West 
African scientist of 1927), Ma- 
jor William Gorgas (Sam 
Flake). 




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LEFT: American soldiers dis- 
cuss the call for volunteers to 
risk death in vital yellow fever 
experiments. O'Hara (Malcolm 
Booth — wearing chevrons) and 
Brinkerhof (Loraine Adams), 
HcClelland *(Bill Pardoe) and 
Busch (Peter J. Speros — all at 
right of picture) became the 
guinea pigs. Also pictured are: 
(left to right) George Lewis, 
^4orris Roper, Bruce Byland, 
Russell Hakes — also portraying 
a Kenya Colony official. 

EXTREME LEFT: (opposite 
page): Scientists Mullins (Ju- 
lius Bertrand) and George 
(Bud Evans) work on the final 
London experiments (1929) un- 
der the direction of Dr. Stack- 
poole (Jack Davies). 

Unpictured cast memueis: 
Gwen Colton, Marvin Smith, 
Alton Merrill, Dean Peay, Char- 
les Jennings, Howard Dennis, 
Boyd Lake, Ralph Dabb, Wil- 
liam Baker, James Andrews. 



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Produced in College 

Hall Feb. 24 (matinee and eve- 
ning) and 25; in Springville 
High School, Feb. 28; in the L 
D. S. Tabernacle, Heber, March 
6 ... Dr. T. Earl and Kathryn 
B. Pardoe, directors .... 

LEFT: The practically com- 
plete "Merchant of Venice" cast 
appears in this tense court 
room scene, attention centering 
on Portia (Verna A. Breinholt) 
and Neris'-a (Bernice K. Unger- 
mann), disguised as a young 
visiting judge and his clerk, re- 
spectively. Being tried before 
her is the "pound of-flesh" case 
between Antonio, the merch- 
ant (Jack Davies — going bald), 
flanked by his two friends, 
Grantiano (Oliver R. Smith — 
left) and Bassanio (Ralph Un- 
germann — right), and the Jew, 
(Dr. Alonzo J. Morley), the 
"Y" 's most skillfully portrayed 
recent character. 



"Hie^cfiant &^ Venice " 



ABOVE: Also p'ctured are: 
(left to right) Boyd Lake, Bob 
Johnson C'aude Snow, Bud 
Evans LaVar Bateman, Vernon 
D. V/ilcox (portraying Launce- 
lot Gobbo, the bumpkin — peer- 
ing from gallery) Morris ding- 
er, Fay Bybee, Sherman Chris- 
tensen, Preston Gledhill, James 
Andrews. 

RIGHT: The three romantic 
coup'es, Jessica (Norma P. 
V^right) Lorenzo, (Loraine 
Adams), Bassanio and Portia, 
and Grantiano and Nerissa, 
with Antonio, gather in the 
moonlight before the final 
curtain. 

Unpictured cast members: 
Bruce Bylund, Sam Sorenson, 
Dan Peterson, Jack R. Gibb, 
Eleanor Farr. 

Authentic Elizabethan madri- 
gals and ballets were directed 
by Homer Wakefield, Tess C. 
Tyler directed the Moroccan 
and carnival dancers. 

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Produced in College Hall, 
April 20, 21, 22; in Ogden, Ap- 
ril 26 . . . Kathryn B. Pardoe, 
director; Dr. T. Earl Pardoe, 
stage director; Elene Wiltbank, 
student assistant 

RIGHT: In the hectic home of 
the' Sycamores, Alice (Isabeile 
Romney) is aghast as suitor 
Tony Kirby (Preston GledhUl) 
and her wealthy employer, Mr. 
Kirby (LaFayette Terry), and 
wife (Marion W. Wilson) ap- 
pear for supper — on the wrong 
evening. Philosopher Grandpa 
Martin Vanderhof (Dr. T. Larl 
Pardoe) looks on unperturbed 
as Ed (Wayne Rogers), Essie 
(Tess C. Tyler), Paul Sycamore 
(John Utvitch) and penelope 
Sycamore (Beth Evans) make 
Irontic efforts to put the un- 
scheduled guests at ease. 




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LEFT: Eccentric Boris "It 
stinks!" Kolenkhov (Dr. Gernt 
dejong, Jr.) introduces to 
Grandpa Vanderhof the dish- 
washing Princess Olga (Vir- 
ginia Ekins). Also pictured ore 
Donald (William Reeves), 
Rheba (Elzada Carlson), the 
fire-works injured Mr. De Pin- 
na (Prof. William F. Hanson), 
Mr. Sycamore and Ed. 

Other cast members were: 
Prof. Arthur Gaeth, Blanche 
Jones, LaVar Bateman and Lo- 
raine Adams. 

Acclaimed the hit of the 
Young U dramatic season, the 
Moss Hart-George S. Kaufman 
Pulitzer Prize play (made into 
one of the year's top-flight mo- 
tion pictures) packed College 
Hall for its local three-night 
run, with the Provo fire laddies 
on spectator-duty. 



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Bringing to Young U the lilting music of Sigmund Romberg and the lyrics of Dorothy- 
Donnelly, the combined music and dramatic departments presented the comic opera "My 
Maryland" on the College Hall stage Thursday and Saturday evenings, March 2, 3 and 4 

V/ith a stirring, picturesque Civil War setting, the clever plot revolved about the 
romance of the beautiful rebel, Barbara Frietchie (Marie Pyott— Doris Strickley), w^ho in- 
curred the wrath of her Confederate father (James Andrews) and associates by spurning 
the advances of local Jack Negley (Fay Bybee) for the love of the dashing Union Cap- 
tain Trumbull (Blaine Johnson-Leland Lamereaux). The story reached its climax as Bar- 
bara's brother Arthur (La Ron Stewart) shot Trumbull, then carried him to the Frietchie 
home where she concealed him and nursed him back to health. Zeke Bramble (Max Men- 
denhall) badgered Colonel Negley (Eugene Stevens — Mark Reynolds) and supplied the 
boisterous comedy relief. 

ABOVE: Before the Virginia mansion of the Frietchies stand Yankee Captain Trum- 
bull (Blain Johnson) and his Confederate sweetheart, Barbara Frietchie (Marie Pyott), the 
opera's hero and heroine, respectively, with the alcoholic Northern-Southern spy, Zeke 
Bramble (Max Mendenhall), and th'e gallantSouthern gentleman, Colonel Negley (Eugene 
Stevens) . 



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Musical directors of three-act "My Maryland" were Drs. Franklin Madsen and Flor- 
ence Jepperson Madsen; dramatic directors were Dr. T. Earl Pardee and Virginia Ekms. The 
opera instrumental ensemble, drawn from the symphony orchestra, Prof. Leroy J. Robert- 
son director, were coached by Prof. Gustave Buggert, with Steven Junior Lundquist as con- 
cert master. 

ABOVE- The Saturday evening cast: (left to right) Elmo Jensen (Sergeant Perkins) 
La Ron Stewart (Arthur Frietchie), Alame Randall (Laura Royce), Eugene Stevens (Colonel 
Negley) Betty Pyott (Mrs. Hunter), Jack Davies (General Stonewall Jackson), Fay Bybee 
(Jack Negley) Max Mendenhall (Zeke Bramble), Blaine Johnson (Captain Trumbull), 
Marie Pyott (Barbara Frietchie), James Andrews (Mr. Frietchie), Lucille Adams (Sue 
Royce) Royal Whitlock, (Dr. Hal Boyd), Theras Allred (Edgar Strong), Nan Chipman 
(Sally Negley), Ward Heal (Tim Greene), Boyd Lake (Fred Gelwex). 

Unpictured members of the alternate cast were; Doris Strickley (Barbara Frietchie), 
L=land Lamereaux (Captain Trumbull), Elodia Ash worth (Sally Negley,) Mark Reynolds 
(Colonel Negley), Leola Pendleton (Mrs. Hunter), Bernell Tietjen (Mammy Lou), Eric Vik- 
lund (Dr. Hal Boyd). 



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With the First Edition of "The Sons 
of Brigham", the Associated men in- 
augurated their annual all-male revue 
with original music Tuesday evening, 
April 11, in College Hall. Jack Davies 
and Kenneth Taylor directed. 

ABOVE; Peter J. "Samantha"' Speros 
gets coy with engineer Loraine Adams 
in a one-act burlesque, "Tobacco 
Alley." The somnolent mountain gen- 
tlemen are Julius Bertrand and Howard 
Ballard. 

RIGHT: As the climax of the satire, 
"The State of the Hereafter", Vernon 
D. Wilcox — a very deceased Soul — 
tears his hair and screams, "I want to 
go to Hell!", obviously to the surprise 
of Jack Davies who — as a Presence for 
some millions of years — knows that 
that's where he is. 

BELOW: "Through these portals pass 
the most beautiful girls in the world." 
This bevy of manly babes, led by Bur- 
ton Todd, added hilarity to successful 
"Sons of Brigham." 



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Leadership of the Brigham Young University Male Glee, directed by Dr. Franklin 
Madsen, was invested this year in an administrative council, composed of Blaine Johnson, 
Max Mendenhall, George Whitaker, Ben Taylor, Keith Merrill, Eric Viklund, and Ladd Crop- 
per. 

Besides participating in numerous concerts with the ladies' glee and as part of the 
concert chorus, the male glee furnished a group of singers, directed by Blaine Johnson, that 
introduced the Associated Men Students song, "Sons of Brigham", in the A. M. S. all-male 
stage revue of the same name. 



The male glee personnel follows: Front row: Max Mendenhall, Bob Teichert, Roy 
Scovill, Dan Lethram, Blair Bowen, Boyd Pack, Don Weeks, Bill Purdy, Owen Robinson, Vern 
Haslam, Dan Harrison, Bernal Anderson, Dr. Franklin Madsen, director, Elden Shields, Evan 
Cope, V/ard Heal, Ray Leonard, Mack Cunningham, Keith Miller, Byron Jensen, Ray Hanks, 
Keith Archibald, Guy Myers, Keith Merrill, Albert Ensign. 

Second Row: Blaine Johnson, Taylor Wardle, Austin Hill, Kenneth Brown, LeRon Stew- 
art, Dean Williams, Fay Bybee, Rulon Lowry, Marvin Mower, Arthur Quist, Lewis Arnold, 
Carl Gibson, Murlyn Brov/n, Royal Whitlock, Ed Sandgren, John Freckleton, Reed Walker, 
Grant Parry, Lloyd Knaphus, Ladd Cropper, Owen Christensen, George Hill. 

Back row: Max McBeth, George Lake, Elmo Jensen, Morrie Roper, Adrian Thomas, 
Lewis Rawlinson, Rulon Romney, George Whitaker, Frank Rowe, George Forsey, Leonidas 
Kennard, Glen Curtis, Jack Davies, Eric Viklund, Mark Reynolds, George Cannon, Max Dol- 
by, Robert Ruff, Ben Taylor, Max Leavitt. 



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President of the Brigham Young University Ladies' Glee during the past year has 
been Marie Pyott, Salt Lake City, with Thelma Farnsworth, Beaver, as secretary. 

Directing the group wac Dr Florence Jepperson Madsen. 

The personnel follows: Front row: Dr. Florence Jepperson Madsen, director, Edythe 
Merrill, Elizabeth Ramsbotham, Lillian Shirtz, Nora Davis, Beth Lilly white, lone Averett, Wil- 
la Thornock, Hilma Henry, Marie Pyott, Thelma Farnsworth, Barbara Lessing, Mary Brand- 
ley, Mary Tomsik, Merle Biffle, Elaine Kirk, Lapriel Anderson, Mem Laycock, Vera lones. 
Elodia Ashworth, Anna Wood, Ilene Larson, Lucille Bowers, LaVern Moyes. 

Second row: Eleanor Brown, Lillian Hoi'man, Aline Peterson, Berniece Dastrup, Mary 
McGregor, Mildred Marshall, Marian Madsen, Ida Fescher, Vadis Baxter, Errralete Idle.. 
Marilyn Brunson, Mary Larsen, Sybil Mathews, Ruby Merrill, Phyllis Holt, Rowena Robin- 
son, Marcell Beecher, Muriel Wright, Ellen Allen, Nida Anderson, Dian Booth, Winoma 
Monson, Betty Perkins, Lola Jensen. 

Third row: Betty Jane Merrill, Ruth Partridge Richin, Shirley Stelle, Ann Herbert, 
Marjorie Price, Phyllis Leek, Florence Blaine, June Wakefield, Lucille Thomas, Elizabeth Ran- 
dall, Phyllis Butler, Ruth Facer, Jean Belnap, Barbara Elswood, Dora Fay Taylor, Camille 
Palmer, Carol Beck, Betty Pyott, Romona Monson, Anna Fugal, Katherine Holindrake, Mil- 
dred Anderson, Donnetta Hansen. 

Back row: Nan Chipman, Betty Jean Stapley, Clara Jensen, Dora Jane Strickley, Ardis 
Poulson, Wanda Loving, Valoise Gardner, Barbara Hanks, Beth Briggs, Leola Pendleton, 
Wilhelmma Stonemcn, Nell Taylor, Elizabeth Hanks, Elna Shellenberger, Joyce Roberts, 
Katherene Bingham, Catherine Pohlman, Geneva Ricks, Elizabeth Hill. 




mixedCho^u^ 



The B. Y. U. Concert Chorus, directed by Dr. Franklin Madsen and headed by the 
combined officers of the mole and ladies' glee clubs, capped a year of continuous activity 
with a nine-day concert tour of Southern Utah and Nevada. Local concerts were presented 
in College Hall and in the First, Fifth and Sixth Wards. The organization participated in 
the coast-to-coast Easter morning broadcast from Young U and formed the basis of the 
"My Maryland" opera chorus. 

The full mixed chorus, combining all vocal stnudents, presented more than 100 num- 
bers during their year's series of semi-weekly devotional songs, and performed Handel's 
oratorio 'The Messiah", with symphony and organ accompaniment, in the Provo tabernacle 
in early December. 



The concert chorus personal follows: Front Row; Dr. Franklin Madsen, director. Dr. 
Florence Tepperson Madsen, director, Elizabeth Ramsbotham, lona Averett, Eleanor Brown, 
Edythe Merrill, Mary Bradley, Rowena Robinson, Bob Teichert, Fay Bybee, Wh. Purdy, Dan 
Harrison, Keith Archibald, Byron Jensen, Ward Heal, LaVern Moyes, Ilene Larsen, Elodia 
Ashworth, Ana Fugal, Betty Pyott, Ellen Allen. 

Second Rov/: Ruth Partridge, Berniece Dastrup, Alene Peterson, June Wakefield, Ann 
Herbert, Nan Chipman, Dean Williams, Blaine Johnson, Lloyd Knaphus, George Lake, John 
Freckleton, George Whitaker, Albert Ensign, Margaret Belnap, Barbara Elswood, Dora Fay 
Taylor, Marie Pyott, Lucille Bowers. 

Back Row: Barbara Hanks, Pendleton, Ida Mechser, Beth Briggs, Boyd Pack, Lon 
Kennard, Elma Jensen, Orion Thomas, Ben Taylor, Jack Davies, Mark Reynolds, Ed Sand- 
gren, Ladd Cropper, Elna Shellenberger, Joyce Roberts, Katherene Bingham, Geneva 
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Local concerts were played Dec. 8 m College Hall; Jan. 24 for Leadership week visit- 
ors, Feb. 26 in the L. D. S. Fourth Ward chapel, April 24 in the local L. D. S. tabernacle for 
the'Provo Chamber of Commerce, and May 12 at the Farrer Junior High School. Concerts will 
be played for Baccalaureate exercises, June 4, and for Commencement, June 7. 

Student officers were Bob Moorefield, manager; John Peterberg, drum major; and Nor- 
man Whitney and Howard Bleak librarians. 

The band personnel consisted of: flutes and piccolos: Norman Whitney, Dale De- 
Graff, Juna Christensen; Oboes: Dorothy Jorgenson, Warner Erickson; bassoons: Howard 
Bleak, George Timpson; E flat clarinet: Margaret Reid; bass clarinet: Rachel Jackson; alto 
clarinet- Mary Huntington; B flat clarinets: Lant Haymore, Max Delby, Evan Aiken, Ralph 
Laycock Delbert Oswald, Wayne Booth, Ruth Stromberg, Eldred A, Johnson, Clifford West- 
enkow, William McKell, Don McAffie, George Fliflet, Robert Moorefield, Bruce Kelley, Milan 
Oldroyd, Don Hemmingway, Ray Christensen, Jack Barnett, Glen Dawson, Carl Gibson, Anna 
Wood, Stanley Schmiett, Clarence Sanders, Leo Perry, Phyllis Jensen; saxophones: Ray Fitz- 
gerald, McFoyd Erickson, Junior Howe, John Peterborg; trumpets: Dean Stemeckert, Jack 
Tuller, Paul Quinn, Helen Hansen, Spencer Covert, Howard Reid, Keith Stott, Lee Call, Win- 
ston Mercer, Bill Hansen; French horn: Mack Harrison, Betty Miller, Thelma Farnsworth, 
Reese Olson, Barbara Elswood, Violet Nielson; baritones: Sam Wilstead, George Reimschis- 
sel- tenor- Eldred Olson; trombones: Newell Weight, Glade Jorgensen, Jack Trunnell, Clan 
Vance, Jean Nielson, Kenneth Hooker, Dail Everett, Edythe Hardy, John Moore; basses: Shel- 
don Johnson, Jesse Long, Mack Cunningham, Marvin Mower; percussion: Frank Owen, Ruth 
Starley, Charles White, Glen Bown, Araidne Swenson, Calvin Boswell. 




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The inspiring symphonic music of the world's master composers was offered this year 
by the Bngham Young University Symphony Orchestra to school and community music lovers 
and to nation-wide radio audiences. 

Conducted by Prof. Leroy J. Robertson, with Gustav Buggert as coach of cellos and 
basses, the orchestra increased its reputation as a fine arts organization. Climaxes of its year 
ere the two coast-to-coast broadcasts. 

The final event of the season was their concert appearance in the Provo tabernacle 
with E. Robert Schmitz, pianist. 

The orchestra personnel was composed of: violins: Stephen Junior Lundquist, con- 
certmeister Dearwyn Sardoni, Harold Laycoclc, Katherine Morrell, Sybil Matthews, Barbara 
Tietjen Neva Strate, June Barton, Briant Jacob ^„ Maurme Van Cott, Janell Warner. Thelma 
Holland George Reimschissel, Phyllis Smart, Maxme Taylor, Margaret MiUigan, Shirley 
Gardner Norma Williams, Quentin Nordgren, Arville Pierce, LaVar Bateman, Merle Robert- 
.son Arvid Dodge, Ruth Anderson, Beth White, Evelyn Gledhill, Hugh Laycock; violas: Max 
Larsen Shirl Cook, Betha Storrs, Calvin Boswell, Virginia Nicholes, lone Averett, Edith Done, 
Robert' Eastland, cellos: Prof. Gustav Buggert, Carma Ballif, Bernell Tiet)en, lone Jensen, 
Carol Condie Mildred Anderson, Carol Munk, Betty Stapley, Winona Monson, Fay Taylor, 
Olive Nielsen- basses: Al Cluff, Evan Becksxand, Boyd Lake, Leon Castleton, Ralph Lay- 
cock Robert Pool Sam Wilstead, Jim Simmon i, flutes: Juna Christensen, Norman Whitney, 
Dale' DeGraff, Lola Jensen; piccolo: Dale DeGraff, oboes: Werner Sricksen, Dorothy Jor- 
qensen Virl Harrison; English horn: Virl Harrison; clarinets: Evan Aiken, Max Dalby Del- 
bert Oswald- bassoons: Howard Bleak, George Timpson; horns: Jack Harrison Betty Miller, 
Reece Olsen Barbara Ellsworth; trumpets: Dean Steineckert, Virgil Stucki. Clark Hall; trom- 
pones- Glade Jorgensen, Gerald Erickson, Scott Benson, Newell Weight; tubg: Briant Jac- 
obs- timpani; Homer Wakefield; percussion: Paul Peterson, Kenneth Joseph, Don Heming- 
way; harp: Lyda White Boothby; piano: Dr. Gerrit de Jong; organ: J. J. Keeler. 



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Bands, floats, "bull," marchers, jack- 
asses, — all were found in the colorfu 
Homecoming Day parade on that crisp 
November day. Above, the "Y" band 
appropriately decked out in new uni- 
forms led the procession which paid 
homage to alumni. Then there were 
the White Keys, floats from each of 
the units, classes marching, all sorts 
of impromptu entries like the Jackass 
across the page. The old boy ac- 
companying him is prospecting for a 
victory. Connie Kelly, charming A. W. 
S. president was queen of the day. 



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Snow, beeeoootiful snow! With its 
beeeootiful carnival and its beeeoooti- 
ful Queen! Well, anyway beautiful — . 
The Gold Y and Neal Peterson put 
heads together and out came this 
work of art above. And beside it in 
the middle is comely Betty Jean Stap- 
ley (ironically of Arizona) who was 
chosen Snow Queen in campus voting. 
She reigned over the Snow Carnival 
and was selected from among the 
array of pulchritude posing with the 
Cougar below, (yes, he's alive. 

Across the page, Scott Allen tries the 
slalom and from the look on his face, 
he's doing all right. Three maids com- 
bined talents and originality to win the 
snow-modeling contest with this rep- 
resentation of Martha Washington. 
And fancy seeing Prexy Leonard be- 
fore the sound truck microphone! Any 
way, he caused considerable comment 
with that cap. Just to prove that all is 
fair in war and snow carnivals, these 
coeds gang up on another Joe College 
to take advantage of their numbers. 
(Funny, his face doesn't look dirty, 
eithei- — ) Also to prove that it isn't all 
a bed of roses, Thom Barrett struggles 
with paraphernalia. oe6<'()*(oe and all 
that sort of stuff it looks like. Tne 
model and the modeled — Mr. Live 
Cougar doesn't seem to mind perching 
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Of varied types and subjects, assembly programs provided excellent and in- 
teresting entertamment. Above Tim Robertson does a bit of chemistry in the Banyan as- 
sembly. Center, Jeanette Clark charms her audience in the A. W. S. "Palace of the 
Snow King". That's substitute King Gwendolene Toland on the throne. Below, 
Apostle Richard R. Lyman was one of the most popular speakers on his favorite 
topic "Courtship and Marriage." 



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President David O, McKay, 
another popular speaker at de- 
votional periods poses for the 
cameraman. Right, Meet the 
Coed Chorus, nine nice girls 
who made radio names. Below 
right, here's a scene from the 
early history of B, Y, U, dur- 
ing the Banyan program. And 
lastly, heap chief Droopy Pants, 
al'Hs Rfted Tuft give-, his public 
a break. 



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Upper, Alberta Green places the name of 
"preferred"' in tlie box for the A. W. S. Ball. Com- 
mitteemen Farol Hassell and Marjorie Jensen are at 
the table. And next, the men cause a near riot to see 
"who takes whom". Chairman Monwaring presents 
the largest Sophomore Loan Fund check in many a 
moon to Kiefer Sauls. Right, Manwaring and spouse 
look protected between two dough-boys. The Banyan 
dance was well-attended. Banyaneers Lewis and 
DeGraff pose with chairman Phyllis Smart and com- 
pany. 



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Much recognition is given the "Y" 
Press for the printing of the 1939 Ban- 
yan and above is Leo Herbert, press 
operator. "Herby" is a press veteran 
and much of the credit for the improve- 
ment in printing found in this book 
over previous years goes to this hard- 
working "printer's devil". Below, 
stripping the negatives for pages is 
one of the most exacting of jobs. Here 
are Rex Sohm, Mary Deane Peterson, 
and Reese Faucette, strippers deluxe 
creating pages of the yearbook. 



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ludoe Marj Killpack awards 
the "reddest" decision to 
Spence Crabtree for his ver- 
million beard while Ross Chris- 
tensen and Jim Simmons, run- 
ners-up, look on. Below. Judge 
Killoack and Florence Stevens 
pull a whisker from Rex Tol- 
man to decide that he has the 
longest beard of the contest. , 



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Editor Coltrin drops into an estatic coma in 
the embrace of Ilene Larson — now Killpack. 

Ivy Roberts, Jane Newell, rubber ball. 

Ilene agam gets affectionate at the Bowery 
Brawl, Her accomplice behind the straw lid 
is now "Banyan" Lewis- 

Mrs. "Woody" V/ilson was still Boyden when 
she went to the Viking Jiggs party with the 
Mad Russian-Dutchman, Kay Bunnell. 

At the same shmdig, Beth Hales and Matt 
Olsen get their genders mixed, 

OPPOSITE PAGE; And once more it's Ilene 
in a Bowery romance — this time with "Tweet" 
of the wide open spaces. 

Bill C. takes it easy — but on what? ! 

That's D. Smuin all right, but "Chuck" 
Fletcher has really submerged himself. 

Some nice numbers, old but hot — Max 
Chambers and Orvilie Howe. 

Tom Petersen and Margaret Christensen, 
two satisfied sleepy people. 

Nyta Black. Sybil Hansen, and approxi- 
mately half of Ruth Stout "give out," 




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Barbara Anderson and Helen Adams ap- 
parently find something entertaining in those 
catalogues 

Prexy Lewis. Ed Clyde, and Sonoma and 
David Walker are among those present at a 
U S, A. C - B, Y. U, council party at Logan 

M- Paxman admires, with good reason, part- 
ner Jeanetle Clark. 

Journalist Clara Jensen smiles at one of the 
U boys at the R. M, I P. A convention in Salt 
Lake City. 

Provo's Helen Ward, who attends the U. of 
U.. shows up lor the Cougar Homecoming. 

Katherine Christensen and Mary Deane Pet- 
erson make the Banyan office look mighty 
attractive. 

OPPOSITE PAGE The end of the Freshman 
Trek. 

Lucille Adams, a forlorn Vol Norn. 

George K, "Georkee" Lewis, Bens big broth- 
er, lectures during Leadership, 

A free-for-all for the fire hose after the Brick- 
er-Tausig tug-of-war. The Sigs won 

Scott Allen, Banyan photo finisher, sils under 
a hat. 

Delbert Miner and James Robertson deliver 
a lecture to the Chem society on what might 
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Grecian Gods of the campus is grim 
conflict . . . mud . . . sweat . . . long hours of 
grueling practice . . . kickoff . . . beautiful 
pass . . . "We wanna touchdown! We wan- 
na touchdown ..." ear-splitting cheers . . . 
crazy enthusiasm. . . Comes basketball . . . 
the "Cracker-box gym", overflowing with 
tense spectators and worrying coaches and 
players ... the ump, a fast pass, a long shot, 
the net swishes, final gun . . . Whoopee! . . . 
Happy New Year was never like this . . . 
Cinders and sawdust and netted asphalt in 
the spring . . . anxious crowds anticipating 
victories and defeats . . . speed and stamina 
. . . new records . . . disappointment ... "If it 
had only been an inch higher" — all in the 
game, but a game always to remain fore- 
most among memories of college. 



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Endless thrills result when teams or individ- 
uals match athletic prowess. Whether it be 
eleven stalwarts who line up as a squad to 
do battle in the crisp Autumn air, or one who 
climbs into the squared ring in a stuffy gym- 
nasium, we are proud of these men who give 
their best to represent us. We glory at their 
triumphs, sorrow at their defeats, at all times 
are behind them. These men who so willing- 
ly sacrifice their time and strength for B.Y.U. 
are fellow students and classmates and, above 
all, true sports. 

It is they who enliven the school and give 
us the spirit of conflict that is . d temporary 
relief from .academic life, it is they who bring 
prestige to Young by sportsmanship both on 
and otf the field. 

To these men, and to those who- participate 
in intramural activity for the sheer love of 
sport, we dedicate this section. 



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None too much can be said about 
this circle of tutors. For instance 
there's head coach Eddie Kimball shad- 
ing himself against the rays of the 
western sun to see that Prexy Drew- 
Leonard displays the proper form in 
snaring a pass. It isn't "hi-ho Silver", 
but Floyd Millett setting off sprinters at 
the Invitational Meet. Across, C. J. 
Hart supervised the most successful 
relay carnival in history. Records fell 
and commendations were voluminous 
for the famous track meet. And "Buck" 
Dixon's boys encountered little trouble 
over the state in taking most comers. 
Then there's "Rod" Kimball, keeper- 
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Ken Soffe 
Quarterback 

Jackson Jewks 
Halfback 



Forrest "Tweet" Bird 
Captain, Tackle 

Drew "Prexy" Leonard 
End 





Dark, handsome, and powerfully built, 
Ken Soffe was one of most popular Cougar 
football men, with both students and 
team-mates. His much publicized "edu- 
cated left toe" gained him a reputation, ev- 
en outside the Big Seven, for his distance 
punting and uncanny place kicking. His 
field goals and points after touchdown 
boosted him among the leading conference 
scorers. The "Salt Lake Tribune" awarded 
him the quarterback spot on its All-Con- 
ference team. 

LEFT: Jackson Jewkes, Ken Soffe, Sopho- 
more Lloyd Brink, and Jack Christensen, 
composing the regular B. Y. U. backfield 
that tested the nerve of the Big Seven's 
toughest, charge the unperturbed camera. 



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Chad Beckstead 
Center 

Tom Kimball 
Tackle 



Art Gilbert 
Guard 

Chris "Daine" Mortensen 
Center 



RIGHT: Assistant football coach 
Floyd Millet, Captain Forrest Bird, and 
head coach Edwin R. "Eddie"' Kimball al^ 
low the warm Autumn sunlight to illumine 
the plans of some of their rnore sagacious 
and complex ground plays while they 
somewhat warily look on. As squad cap- 
tain, the universally liked and admired 
"Tweet" astutely made the season's field 
decisions and inspired his team-mates to 
their gridiron feats by his own unwavering 
spirit and indomitable courage. Steady 
and seemingly invulnerable, he practically 
never relinquished his tackle position ex- 
cept for strategy. Co-captain-elect Bate- 
man and Reeves will approach the miracu- 
lous if they can weld a squad into a more 
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End 

Max Batemon 
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Merrill Waters cinched a berth on every 
All-Conference team and was one oi the 
two Big Seven players sought by profes- 
sionals this year, he may play for the De- 
troit Lions. "Cowboy" was referred to by 
"Whizzer" White as "the toughest end I 
ever played against." Vaughn "Tuffy" 
Lloyd is one of the greatest football players 
ever to graduate from Young. Though 
weighing only 175 pounds, he was in on 
every play, earning himself unanimous 
All-Conference rating and a place on the 
A. P. All-American third team. 

LEFT: The full 1938 Cougar grid squad, 
undeniably one of the finest Young U 
has ever produced, displays the wealth of 
its early material. 



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Charles Roberts 
Halfback 

Jack Christensen 
Halfback 



Lloyd Brink 
Fullback 

John Weenig 
Tackle 



Number "38" and Number "39" — Jack 
Christensen and Charley Roberts, always 
together, known even outside the athletic 
department as the "Gold-dust" twins, grad- 
uate this spring, depriving the "Y" of a 
pair of great names and excellent athletes. 
Through four consecutive years Charley 
and Jack have kept alive the warmest of 
friendships while battling continually for 
similar team positions. The '38 grid squad 
saw them replacing one another at tail- 
back. 

RIGHT: The "Y"s "first line of defense" 
braces for the attack; (left to right) Dre^Ar 
Leonard, Moyle Knudsen, Vaughn Tuffy" 
Lloyd, Chad Beckstead, Art Gilbert, For- 
rest Bird, Merrill Waters. 





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Roland Jensen 
End 

O. Dean Hess 
Center 



Fred Batemon 
Tackle 

Wayne Reeves 
End 





Fred Bateman and Wayne Reeve attain- 
ed such equal reputation among their fel- 
low grid warriors that they find themselves 
co-captains of next autumn's football 
squad. 

LEFT: A futile attempt is made to block 
U halfback, Paul Snow, on the play that 
blasted Cougar visions for Provo's first 
victory over Utah. After receiving a later- 
al pass from the seven-yard line, he slip- 
ped into the end zone in the foreground; 
the kick tied the score, 7-7. The deadlock 
was a bitter disappointment to the "Y" 
squad. Jack Christensen having smashed 
across a first-period touchdown to put the 
locols into position for a long-sought tri- 
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Danny Thomas 
Quarterback 

Ken Jensen 
Quarterback 



Ken Maynard 
Halfback 

Willard Deavitt 
Fullback 



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RIGHT Ken Sofie gets off a long first- 
half punt m the kicking duel that char- 
acterized much of the B, Y. U, - Utah game 
in the Redskin stadium. After Christen- 
sen's early touchdown, followed by Soffe's 
extra point, the punters fought for the ad- 
vantage of a brisk wind, a struggle that 
ended when Utah finally tied the score. 
It was the finest game the Cougars have 
ever played against the Salt Lake City 
school, and their only tie since the two 
rivals battled to a deadlock during a bitter 
snowstorm in the late twenties. 

The game was preceded by a parade of 
Prove cohorts that tangled down-town traf- 
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Manuel Pacheco 
Halfback 

Murr Skowsen 
Halfback 



Mark Murray 
Guard 

Cliff Strom 
Fullback 

Reginald LeFevre 
Tackle 





EXTREME LEFT: Coaches Kimball and 
Millet and some of the boys — Jensen, Jen- 
sen and Searle, nearest — intently observe 
action from the bench. 

LEFT; Latter-day Saint Church President 
Heber J. Grant, L. D. S. Apostle Richard R. 
Lyman, Utah Governor Henry H. Blood, 
and Brigham Young University President 
Franklin S. Harris appreciate their over- 
coais as they watch the Homecoming 
game with the U. S. A. C. In a heartbreak- 
ing game of penalties and replays, B, Y. 
U. scored two touchdowns but lost, 3-0. 

Betv.'een the halves the White Key, hon- 
orary service sorority, and the University 
band presented novel marching forma- 
tions. A live cougar on the field recalled 
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BIG SEVEN FINAL STANDINGS 

W. L. T. PF. PA. 

Utah 4 2 113 7 

B. Y. U 3 2 1 71 43 

Colorado 3 2 1 71 51 

Denver 3 2 1 32 53 

Utah State 3 3 41 67 

Wyoming 1 4 1 46 101 

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Jack Christensen 
Guard 

Fred Weimer 
Center 

Lloyd Brink 
Forward 




Jack Christensen, an elusive pigskin 
toter in the autumn, changes with the seas- 
ons to become a stellar casaba artist, this 
year earning his ihird basketball letter. 
Fred Wiemer, Santa Ana, Calif., soph, 
picked himself up quite a scoring reputa- 
tion. Lloyd Brink, compact ball-rustler, 
starred for the Sophomores also, perform- 
ing on the gridiron as well as the hard- 
wood court. 

LEFT: The '38-'39 squad poses in the 
mens gymnasium. Back row: Coach 
Kimball, Cannon, Wiemer, Crowton, Allen, 
Christensen, Richins, Coach Millet. Front 
row: Roberts, Devitt, Francis, Brink, Gun- 
nell, Overly, Wade. 



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Ralph Crowton 
Forward 

Glen Allen 
Forward 

Vir Richins 
Guard 



Sensational Ralph Crowton, uncanny 
marksman and passer, returned to the 
"Y" this year as a Junior after a year with 
Ecker Studio, to become the Cougar's wax- 
wood star. With ball-handling much im- 
proved over even his earlier work as a 
irosh and soph phenom, he was one of 
the Big Seven's highest scorers and made 
every All-Conference selection. Glen Al- 
len, forward and center, former Provo High 
All-State center, contributed largely to B. 
Y. U. victories. 

RIGHT: 'Vir Richins, guard, divides his 
attention between the game and the 
camera as he takes the ball off the Utah 
bankboard. The Redskins lost. 





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Charles Roberts 
Guard 

Les Cannon 
Center 

Willord Deavitt 
Guard 





BASKETBALL 

Charley Roberts, handicapped by fre- 
quent knee injuries, saw relatively little 
action, but as team captain sparked the 
squad with his courage and spirit. A 
Junior, Les Cannon improved greatly dur- 
ing the season, becoming a Cougar main- 
stay. Williard Devitt, also a Junior, turned 
in a consistent game when not hampered 
by on early bock mjury. 

LEFT. Towermg Ralph Crowton, high- 
sconng Cougar forward, takes to the air 
unopposed after a tie-up in the B. Y. U. - 
Utali fracas at Salt Lake City. Despite a 
valiant battle, the Provo team was defeat- 
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Prove High School star. Denby Wade 
came to Young University this year iollow- 
ing a brilliant two years with Dixie Junior 
College, formerly being an Ali-State prep 
school forward 

RIGHT: Fred Wiemer, B, Y. U. forward 
and guard, lets one fly in Logan's Smart 
Gymnasium during the second Utah - 
Cougar game. Though the Brigham Young 
five outscored the Utah State crew by four 
points during the last half, they were un- 
able to overcome a first-half lead run up 
by the Northern team. It was the last game 
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Top left, Gordy Christensen 
takes the baton from the hand 
of Hank Bourne in the mile re- 
lay. The boys seem to have the 
technique worked up to perfec- 
tion from the smooth way they 
perform here. At the right, Gor- 
don Christensen skims over the 
bar in a high jump contest at 
the "Y" stadium. Ace jumper of 
the Cougar squad, Gordy has 
been good for many a point in 
meets and for many a thriil to 
fans. At left is the entire squad 
of Cougar tracksters. Left to 
right on the front row they are: 
Utley, Clark, Pacheco, Ells- 
worth, Bourne, G. Christensen, 
Earl, J. Christensen, Francis, 
and Peters. Back row: Bland, 
White, Smith, Ivins, Gourley, 
Conder, Knaphus, Woodland, 
Jewkes, Taylor, Cannon, and 
Coach Floyd Millett. 



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ice man of the Young track 
jad comes m to break the 
>e. After absence from 
lool for a short time, came 
ck to win some points for 
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t. They're neck and neck, 
sy're still neck and necki And 
3t's the way it ended. And 
close v/as Hank Bourne to 
5 Utah man here that there 
3S some deliberation before it 
3s given to Utah. From the 
sk on his face Kank is giving 
3 all for dear old Young here, 
ght; Captain Peters breaks 
e tape for the ' Y" in one of 
e middle distances. Peters is 
le of the most consistent men 
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They're off! And down the 
stretch sweep the straining 
speedsters! And when they get 
to the tape, lo and behold 
George Cheever is barely nos- 
ed out by a Utah State man. 
(Upper left) But it's a different 
story when Cy Ellsworth meets 
the much touted Lee Cordon, 
ace sprinter of the A. C. The 
upper right photo shows Cy 
beating Cordon to the tape by 
a safe margin and both were 
well ahead of the field of con- 
testants. On your mark! Get 
Set — and if you look closely 
you'll see one man jumping the 
gun — the third from the left. 
But it's all in the lifetime of a 
track man when the Spring 
breebes get into the red blood 
of youth and the call of the cin- 
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Big guns in the athletic ■ 
world, these doys. Above left, 
Hafen Leavitt division wrestl- 
ing champion as well as vers- 
atile track star who is a point- 
getter ior Floyd Millett's boys. 
He handles best the shot-put. 
Amove right is Carl Clark, rec- 
ord-smashing pole vaulter in 
the middle of a flying leap. 
Some form, eh gals? And in ihe 
eyes of track judges its good 
form too. Another stand-out 
performer in field events for 
the track team, Carl has had 
his share of honors and more. 
Below, the lad witti the strained 
expression is Les Cannon, 
Cougar weight man. In a 
Spring track meet Les threw 
the hammer within a fraction 
of a foot of the Conference rec- 
ord. If he doesn't crack the rec- 
,ord this Spring, it's a near cmch 
he will next year. Get lots of 
sleep boys, "cause ' Young 

counts heavily on you. 



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Here they are: the "bone crushers" deluxe. These are 
the boys who can "take it" for the alma mater and take it 
without a complaint. Among them they have record-holders, 
for LeGrande Lewis has taken the Division Championship in 
his weight for three consecutive years! Nice going Lewis! 
And this year Hafen Leavitt knocked off a division champion- 
ship, to make two championship winners on Coach Neff Smart's 
squad. Left to Right they are; Francis, Skousen, Shiozowa, 
Thomas, Seeley, Tvlaynard, Skeem, Styler, Johnson, Jeffrey, 
Wooley, Leavitt. Co-captain Lewis, Coach Smart, and co- 
captain Morlensen ore kneeling in frOnt. 



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My, my boys! Can't you get 
along a bit better than that? 
Above, LeGrande Lewis, thrice 
division champion is seen giv- 
ing Larsen of the A. C, a few 
worries. Lewis' record as a 
wrestler is rarely equalled 
among college performers. Be- 
low, co-captain elect Francis 
seems to be on the under side 
of Seeley. The boys are just 
having a "little clean fun," but 
it's a strange kind of fun! 



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ABOVE: The spectacular 1939 Cougar tennis squad: (Left to right) 
Coach Fred "Buck'-' Dixon, Howard Ballard, Bill Pardee, Merlin Slack, Fred 
Wiemer, Lloyd Brink, Malcolm Booth, Paul Harmon, George Fliflet, Charles 
Fletcher. 

Apparently headed for an undisputed Utah State intercollegiate title 
— their last crown was in 1937 — Young U's racqueteers swamped Utah and 
the U. S. A. C. in the season's first half. Malcolm Booth, captain, and Bill 
Pardee alternated in the Mo. 1 singles spot and teamed for some of the finest 
doubles play the state has seen. Charles Fletcher, Howard Ballard, Booth 
and Pardoe graduate this year leaving Slack or Wiemer as possible No. 1 
singles player. 




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In the first contest of the season, played against the U. of U. on the 
Utah courts, B Y. U. crushed the Redskins, 6-1, Booth dropping the No. 1 match 
to Giles. In the second meal Dixon's men swept through their matches with 
the U, S. A. C. players at Logan without a loss, winning 7-0. 

The early season line-up gave the No. 1 and No. 2 singles positions to 
Booth and Pardoe, with Fletcher and Slack playing at No. 3 and 4, respectively. 
The doubles were Booth and Pardoe at No. I, Fletcher and Fred Wiemer at 
No. 2, and Slack and Paul Harmon at No. 3. 



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kBOVE: In the chill of a snow-splotched 
stadium, the entire 1938-39 freshman football 
squad poses under wraps. Frosh coach 
Wayne Snffe is at the right. 

Displaying promising power and speed, 
the Kittens proved themselves a substantial 
acquisition of future Cougar warriors, provid- 
ing plenty of tough scrimmage for the Blue and 
White varsity. 

LEFT: Adding his considerable bit to the 
prestige of freshman athletes, frosh trackster 
Bus Webb breaks the tape at the end of the 
grueling 2j/2-mile cross-country run, staged 
between the halves of the Homecoming foot- 
ball game. Behind him — and minus Webb's 
grin of satisfaction — sprints Sophomore Byron 
Woodland. 



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ABOVE; The current Freshman basketball squad 
displays Young U's embryo hardwood talent. 

Back row; Bone, B, Christensen, Snow, A. Chris- 
tensen, M. Gardner, Johnson, Coach Wayne Soffe. 

Front row; Evans, Chipman, D. Gardner, Full- 
mer, Rajek, Riska. 

Barred by new Big Seven regulations from inter- 
collegiate competition or tournament play under the 
school's name, the squad had a successful season of 
unofficial competition with municipal and commercial 
teams. 



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Twice already the winners of 
the intramural cup, the Briga- 
diers line up as chief contend- 
ers for this year's contest. The 
Brig boys have won softball, 
basketball, volley ball, basket- 
ball free throw and track. The 
champ team members are: 
back row 1 to r., F. Bird, Col- 
trin, Clark, Jensen, Gagen, Earl, 
Snow, Hess, Lewis,- front row, 
R. Christensen, Overly, Elliott, 
H. Christensen, R. W. Christen- 
sen, M. Bird, Dixon, Brown, 
Skousen, and Conover, Middle 
is the A. M. S. champion basket- 
ball team composed of Man- 
waring, lones, Anderson, Bate- 
man, Christianson, and Clyde. 
They were winners in the Men's 
Association contest. Below, 
Prexy Drew Leonard winds up 
on a fast one in an intramural 
game. 





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Of course any smart coed knows full well 
that her ace card is the fact that she is one of 
the fair sex, and should behave as such, but 
her athletic prowess rates a close second. Un- 
der the sponsorship of the W. A. A. the ardent 
v/omen sport enthusiasts of the campus im- 
prove on Grandma's long hours of baking and 
aching by learning the hitherto lost arts of 
tennis, badmmton, basketball, softball. To 
say the least, developing sportsmanship by 
the fair sex has its points, afid definitely! . 



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Feminine brightlights, the W. A. A. 
and White Key hold sway here. Above, 
White Key Leona Holbrook of the 
women's phys ed department looks 
over the Invitational Meet with a smile 
of satisfaction — and she should! Then 
there's Miss Margaret Burton, able co- 
chairmgn with Miss Holbrook. Across 
the page the White Key girls line up 
and smile for the "Birdie" — hope they 
didn't get the birdie! Considerable 
aid to most campus functions, this 
group of live wires helps with every- 
thing. Below is a typical example of 
White Key maneuver in the Women's 
Gym. 



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Officers cf the W. A, A. 
(Women's Athletic Association 
to you) the council of maids 
above has directed feminine 
athletics during the year. Read- 
ing from below up, they are: 
Wanda Andrus, president, L.ur- 
lene Lev/is, vice president; Mar- 
jorie Merrill, secretary; and 
Mary Pintar, reporter. To the 
left are V^ A A. letter-winners: 
1. to r., Alice Dixon Ada Hafen, 
Marjorie Merrill, Jean Webb, 
and Ardelle Paul 





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Here the W. A. A. delegates v/ho met 
in convention on the "Y" campus are 
embarking for a trip up Provo Can- 
yon, The W. A. A. of the school was 
host to delegates of several schools 
during the conclave. 




Ready, set — . And the amazons were 
off! It's play-time in the Rockies when 
the coeds get together for a little fun. 




Watch it, Fae! h's coming — but the 
darn thing just stayed there for the 
cameraman. In this unusual snapshot 
the photographer stopped the old bail 
game. 



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Now stewdentsl It seems that Miss 
Holbrook is expounding the mysteries 
of a relay baton to this group of ath- 
letic hopefuls. Typical of girl athletes, 
this is a class of coeds in the phys ed 
department. 

Ready! Aim! Fire! That might not 
be too appropriate, but this snap of 
female Robin Hoods at the "Y" has 
already given many a male that 
"hunted" feeling. 

Ye merrie women of ye olde Sher- 
wood Forest didn't have anything over 
these gals. Archery classes teach the 
interested coeds how to properly string 
and shoot the most ancient of weapons 
— the bow (not beau). 



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Hold it! Mirth seems to prevail in 
this exercise, but nevertheless it is a 
prototype of classes of the feminine 
gender learning to become strong. The 
purpose? Use your own imagination. 

Tsk, tsk, tsk, such antics. And a few- 
years ago the coeds would have been 
ostracized from society for this sort of 
thing. But any day nowadays you 
could see just such a sight. 

And here are the amazons in a hotly- 
contested relay race. Step up and lay 
your bets on a winner. This too, is a 
common occurance in modern college 
life. ' 










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Buckley Robert, 130 
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Cohoon, Larue 130, 166 
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Coll Ronald 130, 165 
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Campbell, Lorene 1 10 
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310, 313 
Cannon, Lucy 130, 166, 199, 

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Dennis, Fern 93 
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Despain, Carroll 111, 156, 220 
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Dillmon, Naomi 164, 132 
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Dunkley, Morgoret 112, 186 
Dunkley, Usa 112, 187 
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Eldredge. Mortho 1 12 
Eostland, Robert 270 
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Ellertson. Loel 94, 227 
Elliott, Grant 132 
Elliott, Mox 132. 321 
Ellison, Helen 9^. 175, 190 
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Ellsworth. Merlene 132 
Ellsworth, Vouahn 132. 221 
Ellsworth. Nodo 71 162 
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Emoev. Betty 132 
En'^lond EuQpne 112. 214 
Enolesteod. Elmo 94 
Ensign. Alhert 132 157 
Erickson, Ceroid 270 
Ericksen. McLnvd 112. 271, 229 
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Erickson. Werner. 112, 270, 271 
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Evans, John 158 179. 212 
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Evans, Roy 132. 233 
Evens, Shirl 1 12. 158. 208 
Evans. Voleen 1 12, 208 
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Eerett. Euaene 132. 215 
Everett, Schuyler 231 



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Foirbonks, Mervin 112 
Forley, Phyllis 112 
Farley, Stanley 112 
Fornes, Wondo 112 
Fornsworth, Helen. 112, 185 
Fornsworth, Ivis 1 1 2 
Fornsworth. Mary 132. 138 



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Fou;ett Ree'e 62, 133 
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Felt, Bert 71 
Fenn, Roy 133, 157, 220 
Feulner, Morion 112, 224 
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Finloyson. Vido 1 1 . 202 
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Fish, Charles 71, 156, 221 
Fisher, Grant 1 12, 208 
Fisher, Joy 133 
Fitzgerald, Ray 271 
Floke, Somuel 71, 157. 220, 261 
Fletcher Charles 71, 151, 212, 

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Forsey, George 94 
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Francis, Molin 1 13. 171, 228, 

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Frondsen, LoVono 94, 203 
Frandsen, Russell 113 
Froughton, Elmo 83 
Freckleton, John 71 
Frederickson, Anna 133 
Freedmon, Bernord 133, 179 
Freestone, Jim 208 
Froerer, Lillian 72 
Frost, Herbert 1 13 
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Fuller, Rose Marie 133, 226 
Fuller, Verda Moe 1 13, 226 
Fullmer, Frank 133, 319 
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Gardner, Max 319 

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Gardner, Ross 72, 179 

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Gardner, Valois 113, 178, 204 

Gardner, Vernon 133 

Gardner, Weldon 133 

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Gleove, Shirley Ann 95 

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Goodwin, Eloine 133 
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Groham Roy 73, 229 

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Green, Mary 1 99 

Greenwell, Ruth 95, 200, 228 

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Greenwood, Morgan 113, 171, 

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Gull, Beatrice 1 13. 197 
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Hair, Blame 113 
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Holes, Wilson 54. 1 13, 158, 212 
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Holl, Leia 95 
Holl, Lucille 134, 221 
Holl, Maurice 60, 155. 179 
Holl, Rex. 134, 159, 212 
Holl. Ruth 134, 168 
Horom, Lucille 73, 150, 
Romblin, Fronk 134 
Honchett, Hughes 216 
Honks. Barbara 95. 183 
Honks. Elizabeth 1 14 
Honks, Roy 114, 159, 
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Hennefer, Joy 62, 161, 228 
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Henne, Robert 114 
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Herbert, Leo 74, 221 
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Hormer, Vernon 134, 215 

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Harper, Wilson 73, 232 

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Harris, Dola 95 

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Harris, Oleoh 134, 199 

Horris, Ruth 1 14, 20S 

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Harrison. Verl 270 

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Markham, Beth 137, 192 
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Martin, Flora 98, 202 
Mason, Lorroine 260 
Mossey, Winono 131 
Mathews, Loo 187 
Mathews, Sybil 187, 270 
Mathis, Leslie 1 17 
Mathis, Max 117 
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Matson, Rex 137 
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Mayer, Louise 77, 202 
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McCleve, Myrno 1 17, 184, 221 
McConkie, Ruth 117, 196 
McDougal, Delmer 137 
McFarlone, Mary 117, 160 
McGoughey, Marvin 137 
McGregor, Mary 170 
McGuire, Dorothy 55 77, 174 

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245, 270 
Smeath, George 224 
Smeath, Mary 224 
Smith, Amy 121, 196 
Smith, Arthur 141 
Smith, Donold 82, 
Smith, Evans 121, 
Smith, Hyrum 60 
Smith, lona I2t 
Smith, Jack 121 
Smith, Kotherine 
Smith, tela 121, 
Smith, Lolo 121, 
Smith. Morvin 53, 

159, 247, 259 
Smith, Maurice 141 
Smith. Oliver 156, 

173. 243 
Smith, Ora Ann 102 
Reeda 141 

Reynolds 141, 

Robert 141 

Rowe 102. 2 

Tholes 121 

Veon 121, 178 

141 159, 212 

Ted 141 

Donna 102, 182 



207, 



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230 



Smith, 
Smith, 
Smith, 
Smith, 
Smith, 
Smith, 
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Smoot, 
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183, 230 
183 
121, 



170, 
174, 
165 



156, 

171, 
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24, 230 



228 



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305 



191 
178 



163, 184, 



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207, 



Snarr, Glen 159, 141 172, 247 
Snarr Glen 121, 217 
Snarr, Luro 121, 189 
Snedaker, Donald 229 132 
Snov/, Anthony 211 231 
Snow, Donold 141, 211 

319, 321 NNN NN 
Snow, Roy 102, 171 251 
Soffe, Beth 82, 175 
Softe, Kenneth 298 300, 
Soffe, Wayne 63, 218, 319 
Sohm, Rex 141 
Sorensen, Morgaret 141, 
Sorenson, Inger 141 
Sorenson, Morns 82. 156. 
Sorenson, Voyle 141 
Sorenson, Wayne 173. 245 
Spackman. Fred 82 226 
Spotton Lillion 195 
Spr.-i-" Ho;el '02. 

223 
Spence'- Lucile 176 
Speros Peter 102, 217, 

243 261, 266 
Springer, Floris 121, 193 
Stanko, Helen 82 
Stansfield Russell 102 
Stapley, Betty Jean 141, 

221, 250, 270 
Starlfey, Ruth 121, 222, 271 
Starr, Eva 8 
Stayner, Gloria 142, 203 
Steele, Shirley 142, 185 
Steinecbert, Dean 121, 270, 271 
Stephens, Eugene 264, 265 
Stephens, Homer 142, 159, 204, 

229 
Stephenson, George 1 42 
Sterling, Ross 82, 152 
Stevens, Florence 89, 102, 150, 

201 
Stevens, Inez 102, 226, 260 
Stevens, Naomi 142, 177, 178 
Stevens, RoziMo 121, 197, 222 
Stevens, Wolloce 121, 222 
Stevens, William 54, 83, 182, 

; 208. 261 
Stewart, Betty 142, 207 
Stewart, Blanche 191 
Stewart, Grant 83 
Stewart, Henry' 229 
Stewort. LoRon 102, 179, 226, 

229, 165 
Stewart, Neil 102 
Stoddard, Henry 102, 217 
Stohl, Mary 194 
Stolworth, Cleo 121, 187 






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Stone, Armonell 142 

Stone, Arvil 142 

Stone, Chester 1 21 

Stone, Opol 142. 167 

Stone, Stanley 142 

Stonemon, Withelmina 142, 183 

Starr, Betha 270 

Stosich, Flora 1 21 

Stott, Beth 142 

Stott, Keith 171, 274 

Stott, Lynde 102, 171, 220 

Stout, Ruth 121, 186, 251 

Strosburg, Mae 121 

St rate, Neva 121, 201, 270 

Strate, Sterling 121 

Strotton, Oliver 102, 154 

Street, Louise 142, 199 

Stricklond, Ivan 142, 217 

Strickland, Joseph 83, 217, 261 

Strickland, Marguerite 142, 196 

Strickland, Dora 121, 189 

Stringfellow, Darrell 121, 161 

Strinaham Irvino 142 

Strom, Cliff 304 

Stromberq, Ruth 122, 271 

Strong, Lucille 142, 169 

Stuart, LaMar 102 

Stucki, Virgil 270 

Stum, Robert 142, 165 

Stutz, Howard 122. 226 

Styler, Arlyn 122, 314 

Stvler, Lucille 122, 222 

Sullivan, Chorlotte 122 

Sumsion, Naomi 102 

Sunderlond, lleen 122 

Sundwall, Virninia 122. 198 

Swanner, Chorles R3 217 
Richard 102 
Aroidne 122, 271 
Calvin 83 
Floyd 142, 165 
Katherine 142, 199 
Richard 142 



raylor Blanche 102 
Taylor. Dora Fay 122 

229, 233, 270 
Taylor, Golden 60 
Taylor, Jane 142, 164 
Toylor, Kenneth 54. 83 

152. 156 
Taylor, Lee 102. 227 
Taylor, Lester 122, 209 
Taylor, Martha 142, 188 
Taylor, Marion 122, 158 

266 
Taylor, Maftie 63 
Taylor, Moxine 142 2^9 
Toylor, Nelle 122, 189 " ' 
Taylor, Richord 142, 165 
Taylor, Ruby 142 
Toylor Ruth 83, 161 

243 
Taylor, Vauohn, 122 225 
Tebbs, Myrtle 142 '85 
Tebbs, Ruth 122, 184 
Teeples Clifton 142 
Terry, Evan 102 217 
Terry, Lofayette 63, 170 

261, 263 
Tew, Clora 142, 232 
Tew, Earl 122 
Thacker, Luella 122 
Thatcher, Leolia 142 
Thayn, June 102, 156 
Theobold, Leon 142 
Thomas, Adrian 142' 

Burke 142, 215 
Don 63, 214, 247 



68, 
151, 

213, 

270 

201, 
260, 



Swensen, 

Swenson, 

Swenson, 

Swenson, 

Swenson, 

Swenson, _ _ _ 

Sylvester, Robert 142, 217 



Thomas, 
Thomas. 
303 
Thomas, 
Thomas, 
Thomas 



Tangren, Hallie 122, 175 
Tanner, Betty 142 
Tanner, Carol 102, 190 
Tanner, Chomp 142, 215 
Tanner, Gloria 127, 142, 201 
Tate, Helen 142, 164, 191 
Taylor, Ben 310 



Dean 83 
Harry 102, 215 

Helen 102 

Thomos, Joan 142 
Thomos. Lucille 122, 168 
221 . ' 

Thomas, Rachel 143, 173, 
Thompson, Naomi 122 
Th.i.--- ick, Willa 103, 163, 

92, 
Tl--.;;r, Eldridge 143 
t' reet, Ivan 143 

hurgood. Jack 209 
Tidwell. Bert 103, 157 
Tidwell, Lillie 103. 202 
Tietjen, Barbara 122, 176, 

229, 245, 170 
Tietjen, Bernell 83, 170, 
260, 170 



300 

314 

177, 
183 
174, 



186, 
186, 



Timpson, George 143, 270, 271 

Tippetts, Perry 143 

Tippetts, Twom 54, 83, 151, 

164, 169, 212, 261. 
Tipton, Naomi 103 
Tobler, Lois 122 
Todd, Beth 122, 206 
Todd, Burton 54, 122, 158, 209, 

229, 266 
Toland. Gwendolene 83, 150, 

170, 201 
Toliver, William 84, 214 
Tolman, Glade 143 
Tomsik, Mary 143, 223 
Toomey. Eleanor 122, 203 
Traher, Kothryn 199 
Trunnell, Jock 122, 

258, 259 
Trunnell, Nancy 143 
Tucker, Clair 122 
Tucker, Martha, 122, 
Tucker, Piatt 143 
Tueller. Jock 229 271 
Tuft, Max 82. 217 
Tuft, Reed 103, 145, 

242. 247 
Turlev. Stanley 143, 

266 
Turner, Dorothy Ann 
Turner, Glen 103. 161 
Turner Maxme 55 184 170, 

174, 192. 234 
Turnguist Shirley 103, 228 
Tuttle, Dorlene 143 
Tuttle, Helen 143 
Tuttle, Katherine 143 
Tuttle, Norma 103 
Tyler, Tess 263 
Tyndall, Clarence 103, 157 



Valentine Lee 89 
Vance, Clair, 143, 271 
Vonce, David 213 
Vance, Lloyd 143 
Von Leuven Thoro 84, 1 82, 
Von Noy, Melvin 143 
Von Waaoner, Merrill 84 
Vicker?, formo 143, 227 
Viertel, Glenn 143 
Vorkink, Rosemarie 143 



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229 



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207 


271 


197 




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215, 


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Udall, Eleanor 103 
Udall, Jessica 201 
Ungermonn Berniece K. 103 
Ungermonn Ralph 84, 151 170 

258. 260, 262 
Utiey, Janyce 143, 185 
Utipv Qu'ntin 103. 229 310 
Utvich John 103, 151 169, 

208, 263 



Wade, Denby 305, 309 
Wadley, Alexander 103 
Wadsworth, Don 157, 223 
Wadsworth, Edna 223 
Wadsworth, Jo 143, 223 
Wadsworth, Marguerite 143 
Wagstoff, Marguerite 143 
Wainright, Naomi 143, 183 
Wakfifield, June 143 
Wakefield, Homer 270 
Wolburger, Hazel 143 
Walker, David 51, 52, 84 156, 

170, 172 260 
Walker, Ferrell 84, 136 222 
Walker, Lavelle 143 
Walker, Lucille 143, 
Wolker. Sonomo 52 

187 
Walker, Williom 133, 
Wall, Vonda 143, 263 
Welsh, Ida 143, 166 
Taylor 143 
Jack 123, 173, 178 
Janell 143, 191, 270 
Joe 143, 222 



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Wardle, 
Warner, 
Warner, 
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Warner, Mont 1 23 

Warner, Rex 123 

Wornock, Idell 123, 184, 245 

Wornick, Helen, 123 

Woshburn, Ardell 143 

Waspe, lleen 176 

Waters, Merle 103 

Woters, Merrill 300, 301 

Woters, Verna 143 

Webb, Ben 143 



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White, Beth 144, 270 


Webb, Buster :i 1 8 




White Bob 310 


Webb Chorlolte 123, 206, 


220 


White, Charles 144. 271 


Webb, lla 143, 192 




White, Deon 85 157, 228, 259 


Webb, Jean 103, 175, 


184, 


Whif«, Edythe 133. 161 


228, 326 




White. Ruth 103, 201, 228, 241 


Webster, Olyve 143 




Whitehouse Dan 144 


Weenig, John 103, 145, 


210, 


Whitelev, Blanche 103, 174, 


242, 243, 300 




163, 176 


Weight, Blanche 143 




Whiting. Venice 144, 207 


Weight, Brent, 85 




Whitlock, Aldous 103 


Weight, Uewell 270, 271 




Whitlock. Royal 265 


Weiland, Laura 144 




Whitnpv Norman 123, 270, 271 


Weir, Margaret 144, 161 




229 


Walker, Elizabeth 144, 


168, 


Whitwood. Kenneth 85 


221 




Wiemer Fred 123, 209, 306, 


Welimon, Keith 144, 224 




316 


Wells, Lewis 144, 167 




Wight, Muriel 123 185 


West, Betty 144 




Wilcox Vornon 85, 170, 213 


West, Louise 103, 174, 176 


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234, 262, 266 


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Wilkinq, Jennie 758 


West, Martha Jane 61, 160 


Willett, Forrell 85 


West, Mory Jo 144 




Williams, Dale 144 


West, William 144, 177 




Williams, Dean 88 217, 232 


Westenslcov, Clifford 103, 


271 


Williams, Ercel 103, 217 


Westergard, Wanda 123 




Williams, Myrro 123, 203 


Westover, Leon 103, 179, 


224, 


Williams Norma 144, 270 


232 




Wilson, Boyd 103, 169 


Whetlock, Royol 144 




Wilson, Corma 85, 177, 245 


Whetten, Lvda 89, 103, 


150, 


Wilson, Evelyn 144 


174, 182, 201 




Wilson, Jock 123 






Wiisr-n, Ida 144, 227 

Wilson, Jane 144 

Wilson lay 123, 158, 209, 228, 

245 
Wilson, Keith 144 209, 228 
Wilson, Marion 263 
Wilsteod, Sam 270, 271 
Wiltbonk Elone 229 
Wing, Niles 85 
Wintch, Vera 103, 166 
Winterhouse, Johnny 144 
Winters, Que 123 
Wiscombe, Lelond 85 
Wiscombe, Raymond 123 
Wisemon, Irvin 144 
Witbeck, Ann 123 
Wolsey, Louise 1 23 
Wolz Russell 211 
Wood, Anno 144, 222, 271 
Wood. Earl 144 
Wood, Elaine 123 
Woodland Robert 123, 214, 22 = 
Wooley, Clovd 103, 314 
Wooley, Ted 144 
Woolf, William 144, 209, 266 
Worley, Robert 144 
Worlton, Jean 1 23 
Worthen, Iris 144 
Worthington, Mernlla 144 
Worlton Edith 85, 228 



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Young, 


Amy 103, 167, 187 


Young, 


Gene 144, 229 


Young, 


Lillian 144 


Young, 


Meldrum 144 


Young, 


Morris 144, 179, 223 


Young, 


Walter 123 



Zabriskie, Emmo 103, 198 

Zempo, Cleo, 1 23, 226 
Zimmerman. Cecil 212 
Zimmerman, Rex 1 44 
Zinn, - Martha 229 






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"LITTLE WIND" 

A wind came out of the South tonight, 

And laughing wind and gay; 
He gathered the leaves up with his breath 

And blew them all away. 

He swept along the garden path 

And down the country lane; 
All in and out the apple trees, 

Then down the world again. 

He raced across the waving fields, 
And laughed and sang with glee; 

He blew a cloud from out the sky 
And down into the sea. 

A wind came up from the South tonight. 

Across the starry blue ... 
Oh little wind with the laughing voice, 

Take me away with you' 

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"A VAGRANT' 

1 snould like to run in the evening 
When the wind blows high and free, 

And build me a house in the mountains 
Under a tall pme tree. 

1 should like to make a huge bonfire, 
And follow a wayward brook. 

And listen to robins under the eaves, 
And fish with a worm and hook. 

But no, it is not becoming 

To race by a starry sky; 
I must walk, sedate and quiet. 

Letting each wild day pass by. 

And I must carry my books to school 

And listen intelligently . . . 
But oh, I long for a white-sailed boat 

Out on a windy sea . . . 

— Alton Clegg. 




550Rp<»ns 

cw SIXTH &S7lMnOsn. 



The End! 

Those words are often unpleasant. Especially when they 
mean that a carefree year of college life has drawn to a 
swift close. Or that a book of golden nnemories has a finis . . 

With its socials, associations, perplexities, ecstasies,^ 
studies and all, this year has seen tremendous changes in you 
and in the school. If this yearbook recalls — in years to conne — 
those all-important days of an unforgettable youth, it will 
accomplish our fondest hope. 

To those unpubliclzed, unheralded workers who have faith- 
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laboriously mounting, cutting, writing, while classmates relaxed 
at socials or a track meet . . . 

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