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COLORADO COLLEGE 
LIBRARY 

COLORADO SPRINGS. COLORADO 



Digitized by the Internet Archive 

in 2012 with funding from 

LYRASIS Members and Sloan Foundation 



http://archive.org/details/coloradocollege461945colo 




1945 A/u^Qt 

VOLUME XLVI 

PUBLISHED BY 

THE 

ASSOCIATED STUDENTS 

OF 

COLORADO COLLEGE 

COLORADO SPRINGS, COLORADO 



EDITOR-IN-CHIEF 
ANN ENSTROM 



BUSINESS MANAGER 
ELIZABETH GILLILAND 



HONOR ROLL 



LT. JAMES TIMMONS BELL, '41 

Bombardier, Army Air Forces 

Killed in combat, European theater of war, August 26, 1944. 

LT. HOMER C. BIGGS, '38 

Pilot in Army Air Forces 

Killed in action, May 13, 1943, when parachute failed to 

open. European Theater of War. 

LT. JAMES WILLIAM CLEMENTS. '43 

Instructor, Army Air Forces 

Killed in airplane accident, August, 1942. Specialist in 
aerial gunnery and tactical piloting. 

LT. HENRY ADAMS DANGLER, '43 

Bomber Pilot, Army Air Forces 

Reported missing in action over Austria, June 26, 1944. 

RICHARD ADDIS DOOLEY. '40 

Merchant Marine 

Lost at sea, April 14, 1942 

LT. JOHN THOMAS GIRLING, '41 

Pilot in Army Air Forces 

Died in transport crash, Dutch Guinea, January, 1943. 

CAPT. HERBERT WILLIAM HAMPY. '42 

Navigator, Army Air Forces 

Missing in action, November 23, 1942, European theater. 

AVIATION CADET HOWARD SWAIN 
HENDERSON, '45 

Armv Air Forces 

Killed in air crash near Ellington Field, Texas, April 1, 1944. 

CAPT. J. THOMAS HERNDON, '40 

Pilot in Army Air Transport Command 
Killed in an aircraft accident in the Asiatic Area, January 
6, 1943. 

WILLIAM BERTRAM HILLE. '43 

Army Air Forces 

Missing in action, August, 1943, North Africa. 

BRIG. GEN. JAMES F. C. HYDE, 16 

Died from shock at Phoenixville, Pennsylvania, Aug. 7, 
1944. 

SGT. CLYDE HOMER JAY, JR., '40 

Royal Canadian Air Force 

Killed in action, March 24, 1942, England. 

ENSIGN IVAN OLIVER JOHNSON, '43 

United States Navy 

Killed in action over Atlantic Ocean, Summer, 1943. 

T/SGT. LEONARD CHARLES JONES, '44 

Infantry Division, United States Army 
Killed in action in France, July 4, 1944. 

CAPT. ROBERT WILLIAM KAYE. '41 

United States Marine Corps 

Accidentally killed somewhere in the South Pacific, March 
29, 1944. 

WARRANT OFFICER JOE LANE KIRBY, '38 

United States Army Engineers 

Killed in action in Northern Burma, June 5, 1944. 



CAPT. THOMAS LEROY KIRKPATRICK, 11 

Chaplain in the United States Navy 

Killed when USS Arizona was sunk at Pearl Harbor, 
December 7, 1941. 



LT. GLENN ROBERT LEECH, '28 

Trainee Instructor, Army Air Forces 

Killed in airplane accident in Arizona, March 28, 

CAPT. GREGORY KASSON LOESCH, '40 

Fighter Pilot, I 'nited States Marine Corps 
Died in West Coast crash, September 27, 1943. 

CHARLES ARTHUR McLELLAN, '39 



1943. 



United States Navy 
Buried at sea. 



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SGT. KENNETH W. MARKEL, 

United States Navy 

Killed in action, August 28, 1943, Southwest Pacific Area. 

GERALD WAYNE MARTIN, '40 

Flying Cadet, Army Air Forces 

Killed in airplane crash in San Francisco Bay, July 3, 1941. 

LT. LEWIS MARTIN MILLER, '42 

Bomber Pilot, Army Air Forces 
Killed in action, September 6, 1943. 

LT. KENNETH MOORE, '44 

Fighter Pilot, Army Air Forces 

Missing in action over Germany, September 9, 1944. 

LT. ROBERT CAMPBELL MOSES, '28 

Civilian Pilot Instructor, Army Air Forces 

Killed December 7, 1942, in a plane crash in Arizona. 

LT. JAMES DUNLOP TURNBULL NAISMITH, 
'39 

Coast Artillery Anti-Aircraft Unit 

Died in Southwest Pacific Area from Septicemia, March 8, 
1943. 

SGT. FRANK WILLIAM REED, '46 

Gun Comdr. on B-29 Bomber 
Missing in action, January 12, 1945. 

LT. WILLIAM HENRY RESSLER, JR.. '43 

Army Air Forces 

Killed in crash of heavy bomber while on a training flight 
near Sebring, Fla., December 27, 1943. 

LT. CHARLES EUGENE ROE, '41 

Instructor, Army Air Forces 

Killed October 11, 1944, in an airplane crash, Barksdale 
Field, La. (This assignment came after he had returned 
from the European theater of war where he had com- 
pleted 55 missions over enemy territory.) 

CAPT. JOHN DAVID ROOT. '42 

Meteorologist, Army Air Forces 

Missing in action over France since June 8, 1944. 

LT. GEORGE BERT STILES, '42 

Army Air Forces 

Missing in action Jan. 10, 1945, European theater of war. 

LT. JAMES HOWARD YOUNG, '39 

Meteorologist, Army Air Forces 

Died at Hicks Field, July 4, 1943, from infantile paralysis. 




dedication 



TO PEACE AND THE HOPE 
THAT WE OF COLORADO 
COLLEGE WILL BE CAPABLE 
OF PLAYING OUR ROLE IN 
IT, THIS 1945 NUGGET IS 
DEDICATED. 




SacL 



'toa/ti 



OH, COLLEGE! HUP, 2, 3, 4,-1. 2, 3, 
KICK! THE TWO RHYTHMS INTERMIX 
AS ANOTHER YEAR FINDS C.C. WELL 
ADJUSTED TO THE V-12 PROGRAM. 
WITH CLASSES SIX DAYS A WEEK, A 
PREDOMINANCE OF NAVY AND MARINE 
UNIFORMS. AND AN INCREASED CIVIL- 
IAN ENROLLMENT, MANY CHANGES 
ARE NOTICED. FORMAL DANCES, PIC- 



NICS, OPEN HOUSES, AND LENNOX 
GET-TOGETHERS STIMULATE THE OLD 
COLLEGE SPIRIT. WORK MAKES MORE 
DEMANDS THAN EVER BUT TIME IS 
STILL FOUND FOR ATHLETICS, ORGANI- 
ZATIONS, AND PLAY. WE, THE STAFF, 
HOPE YOU WILL ENJOY YOUR NUGGET, 
AND THAT IT WILL BRING NOTHING 
BUT HAPPY MEMORIES TO YOU. 




(content 5 

FAMILIAR VIEWS 

ADMINISTRATION 

CLASSES 

ORGANIZATIONS 

NAVY 

QUEENS 

SPORTS 

CANDIDS 

ADVERTISEMENTS 




'Real education must ultimately be limited to men who insist on knowing, 
The rest is mere sheep herding." 




'Life without industry is guilt, industry without art is brutality." — RuSKlN 




'There is no frigate like a book to take us lands away, 
Nor any coursers like a page of knowing poetry." — Emily Dickenson 




"Open my eves to music ; let me thrill with spring's first flutes and drums, 
But let me never dare forget the bitter ballads of the slums." 




Where they "Learn to look at all things 

With a sort of mental squint." — Lewis Carroll 





"No ship contained a better crew." — William S. Gilbert 




'There is only one religion, though there are a hundred versions of it." — G. B. Shaw 




'All who joy would win must share it." — -Byron 




"Great things are done when men and mountains meet; 




These arc not done by jostling in the street." — William Blake 




Where students "Did nothing in particular and did it very well."- — W. S. Gilbert 



-@dmini5ttation 





President Thurston J. Davies and Acting President Charlie B. Hershey 



PRESIDENT DAVIES 

Lots of us, comparatively new to C.C., have never met Presi- 
dent Thurston J. Davies, who is absent on leave, but not a day 
goes by that we do not feel his influence on campus. President 
Davies left Colorado College in February of 1943 for a far more 
important job . . . that of helping to win the war. He is now Lt. 
Colonel Davies of the United States Marine Corps, with head- 
quarters in Washington, D. C. However, soon we hope Prexy 
Davies will be back with us, guiding us through the trials and tribu- 
lations of college with his ever-present smile and his great wisdom. 
Until that day comes, we will try to do at C.C. what he is doing for 
our country ... a magnificent job. 



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Louise W. Fauteaux, M.R.E. 

Dean of II ' o men 



Charlie B. Hershey, LL.D. 

Acting President 




Wesley Gadd, LL.D. 

Dean of Men 



Thomas H. Rawles, Ph.D. 

Acting Dean of the College 



Henry E. Mathias, A.B., A.M. 

Acting Director of Admission 





Josephine R. Morrow, A.B. 

Registrar 



Lorena A. Berger, A.B. 

Secretary 



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Sckool ofi Jlettati and Tina -@ttl 




Paul Parker, A.M. 

Art Appreciation, General 
Director 



Martha Wilcox 

Dance 



Albert H. Daehler, A.B. 

English 



Amanda M. Ellis, A.M. 

English 




Lewis M. Knapp, Ph.D. Frank A. Krutzke, A.B. 

English English 



George S. McCue, A.M. 

English 



Woodson W. Tyree, A.M. 

English and Drama 





Frank M. Chambers, Ph.D. Charles T. Latimer, A.M. 

French and Spanish French and Italian 



Rebekah M. Hartness, A.M. Mark Skidmore, Ph.D. 

German and French Spanish 




Jack F. Lawson 

Journalism and Director Puhlii 
Relations 



Frederick Boothroyd, 
Mus. D. 

Music, Organist and Choirmaster 



Robert Gross, A.B. 

Music, Violin 



Edward D. Hale, A.M., 
Mus.D. 

Music, Dean Emeritus 




Johana Harris 

Music, Visiting Professor 



Roy Harris 

Music, Composer in Resident 



Peter Page, A.M. 

Music, Voice 



James Sykes, A.M. 

Music 




Lawrence Barrett 

Lithography and Etching 



K m * 



Edgar Britton 

Design 




Otis Dozier 

Painting and Drawing 




Boardman Robinson 

Director of Art School 



School of} A/atutaL Science 




Charles H. Sisam, Ph.D. Frank W. Douglas, Ph.D. 

Mathematics Chemistry 



Donald B. Gould, Ph.D. 

Geology 



Ralph J. Gilmore, Ph.D. 

Biology 







William C. Service, M.D. 

Biology 




Guy H. Albright, A.M., 
Sc.D. 

Mathematics and Astronomy 



Margaret Hansman, Ph.D. William V. Lovitt, Ph.D. 

Mathematics Mathematics 



\ lfc'.'.I A '■& 



Frank M. Okey, C.E. 

Civil Engineering 




Paul E. Boucher, Ph.D. 

Physics 



Howard M. Olson, M.S. 

Physics 



Ruth Smith, A.B. 

Botany 




William F. Drea, D.M.D. Lester E. Griswold, B.S. 

X-Ray Lecturer Engineering Drawing 



David W. Crabb, M.S. 
Business and Banking 



W. Lewis Abbott, Ph.D. 

Bionomics and Sociology 



John S. Jordan, A.M. 

Education 



Lucile H. Latting, A.M. 

Education 




George L. Anderson, Ph.D. 

History 



Carroll B. Malone, Ph.D. Samuel S. S. Browne, Ph.D. Edith C. Bramhall, Ph.D. 

History Philosophy Political Science, Professor 

Emerita 




William A. Blakely, Ph.D. 

Psychology 



Roger Hazelton, Ph.D. 

Religion, Dean of Chapel 

Mlicellaneoud 



Alice E. van Diest, A.M. 

Sociology 




Leo W. Bortree, M.D. 

Medical Advisor 



Catherine J. Ryan 

Infiriuarian 



Louise F. Kampf, A.B. 

Librarian 



Laura E. Tate, A.B. 

. Issistaut Librarian 




Helen H. Waring, B.S. 

Reserve Librarian 



Jo E. Irish, A.B. 

Graduate Manager and 
Track Coach 



Harold A. White 

Football and Basketball Coach, 
Physical Education 



William W. Postlethwaite, 
A.M. 

Director of Museum 




Harry M. Stewart 

Superintendent of Grounds 
and Buildings 



Myrtle M. Bridges, A.M. 

Piano 



"Tkoie A/ot Pictured 



Loyde Knutson 

Engineering Science and 
Photography 



Charles H. Boissevain, 
M.D. 

Biology 



Evaline McNary, B.S. 

Manager of Women's Residences 

and Dining Room 



Arthur Williams 

Engineering Science 



Elizabeth Clark, A.B. 

Music 



Esther Vance, A.B. 

Piano 



Loretta K. Cass, A.M. 

Psychology 



Anne Dunbar, A.B. 

Chemistry 



Theodora Way, B.S. 

Cataloguer 



Marjorie L. Weed, B.S. 

Women's Physical Education 



Elizabeth R. Maltby 

Resident Manager of Lennox 
House 



Cecil Effinger, A.B. 

Chemistry 



Frank H. Gilles 

Music 



Max Barnett 

Art 



Otis A. Barnes, Ph.D. 

Chemistry 



Vance T. Alexander, M.D. 

Consulting Psychiatrist and 
Mental Hygiene 



Charlotte L. Kelley, B.S. 

Assistant Librarian 



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Lt. Loyd D. Bernard, U.S.N.R. 



Ofifcceu oft 

A/avy V-12 

Unit 




Lt. Robert Hammond, Jr., U.S.N.R. 




Capt. Hans M. Guenther, U.S.M.C.R. Lt. Comdr. John B. Farley 




3rd row: CSP(A) J. F. McCreary, Ira Brown Ph M2c, Albert H. Hanley Ph Mlc, Alfred G. Yarrow Ph Mlc. 
2nd row: Gy. Sgt. C E. Moore, 1st Sgt. W. L. Laughten, Sgt. Lawrence Bligh, Sgt. Julian V. Elliott, Pfc. 

Robert Dewey. 
1st row: Catherine Shober SK3c V-10, Lt. Comdr. John B. Farley, Lt. Loyd D. Bernard, Capt. Hans M. 
Guenther, R. Julia Nieto Ylc V-10. 



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Cftadti&te* 

MILDRED ELOISE APPLING, Santa Fe. 
New Mexico. Major — English. Scholarships. 
Trustee 1, 2. Sharp 3. 4, Alice Bemis Taylor 
4; Chapel Choir 1. 2. 3, 4; Victory Garden 
Committee 1, 2; Tiger Club 3. 4; Tiger Staff 
3; C.C. Players: History Club 3; A.W.S. 
Independent Senior Representative 4. 



BARBARA JEANNE BEAVER, Oklahoma 
City. Oklahoma. Major — Mathematics. W.A.A. 
1. 2; Victory Garden Chairman 3; Summer 
Camp Committee 3. 4; A.W.S. Board 4: 
J.S.F.E.C. Sec. 4; Tiger Club 3, 4; Independ- 
ent Women Pres. 4. 



GRACE BLOOD-SMYTH, Denver. Colorado. 
Major — Sociology. Delta Gamma. Treas.. 
House Chm.. 3; W.A.A. 1. 2, 3. 4; Tiger 
Club 2. 3, 4; Junior Counselor 3; Q.A. Board 
2. Vice-pres. 3. Pres. 4; Wakuta 3. 4; C.C. 
Players. 



PHYLLIS JEAN BROTHERS, Colorado 
Springs. Major — ■ Psychology. Scholarships. 
Trustee 2. Sharp, Alice Bemis Taylor 3. Edith 
Barker 4; Kappa Kappa Gamma. Pres. 4; 
Nugget Staff I; Orchestra 1; Opera Group 1; 
Doq Club 1; W.A.A. 1. 2. 3. 4; Tiger Club 

2. 3. 4.; A.W.S. Board 2. 3. 4; Welcoming 
Committee 2. Chm. 3, 4; Panhellenic Council 

3. Treas. 4; Minute Maids 2; War Activities 
Chm. 4; Summer Camp Committee 4; Christ- 
mas Basket Committee 4. 



MADELINE MARIE BURKE, Pueblo. Colo. 
Major — Sociology. Pueblo Jr. College 1. 2; 
Quiet Counselor 4. 



MIRIAM RUTH BUSIEL, Colorado Springs. 
Major — Psychology. Colorado University 1; 
Illinois Univ. 1. 



JEAN GURLY CHRISTIANSEN, Chicago. 
111. Major — Biology. Delta Gamma. Sec. 2, 
Vice-pres. 3, 4. Pledge Trainer 3; A.W.S.. 
Pres 4. Vice-pres. 3; Q.A. Board. Hall Coun- 
cil 3. 4; Nugget Staff; Tiger Club 2. 3. 4; 
W.A.A., Board 2. 3. 4. Sec. 4; Wakuta 4: 
J.S.F.E.C. Sec. 4; Dog Club 2, 3, 4; Ski Club 
1. 2: Publications Board 4; Panhellenic 3. 
Sec. 4; Minute Maid 1. 2. 3; Jr. Hostess 1. 2. 



KATHLEEN BEECH CHURCH, Wichita. 
Kansas. Major — Art. Wichita Univ. 1. 2, 3; 
C.C. Players. 



DOROTHY ANN CLARE, Denver. Colo. 
Major — Business. Colorado Univ. 1; Gamma 
Phi Beta. Vice-pres. 4; Panhellenic 3; Tiger 
Club 3. 4; Q.A. Board. Hall Pres. 3; W.A.A. 
2: Euterpe 3. 



ALICE CLAIRE COLWELL, Ovid. Colorado. 
Major — Biology. Scholarships. Trustee I. 2. 
Harkey 3. 4; Delta Gamma. Pres. 4; Tiger 
Club 2. 3. 4: Dog Club 2. 3. 4; Band 1. 2. 3; 
W.A.A. 1. 2, 4. Treas. 3; Wakuta 3. Pres. 4; 
Bemis Hall Pres. 4; Hall Council 3. 4; Q.A. 4; 
A.W.S. Board 4. 



MARION ALICE COOPER, San Marino. 
Calif. Major — Botany. Pasadena Jr. College 
1; Gamma Phi Beta; Band 2; A.W.S. Wel- 
coming Committee 3; Victory Garden Chm.; 
Nugget Business Manager; Wakuta. Sec. 
Treas.; Tiger Club 2, 3, 4; College Place 
Sec. 4. 



HARRIET ANN CORBUS, Grand Rapids. 
Mich. Major — Sociology. Smith College 1. 
2. 3. 



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BARBARA IMOGEN DICK, Winnetka, 111. 
Major — Music. Bradford Junior College 1; 
Northwestern Univ. 2; Delta Gamma; Tiger 
Club; Opera 3; Wakuta. 



HELEN LOUISE DURBIN, Wichita. Kansas. 
Major — English. Univ. of Wichita 1; Schol- 
arships, Trustee 2, Alice Bemis Taylor 3, 4; 
Kappa Alpha Theta; Lyrichorus 2. 



SALLE OSBORNE EDWARDS, Wilmctte 
111. Major — Spanish. Scholarship, Taylor 3 
4; Gamma Phi Beta, Recording Sec. 4; Who's 
Who in Am. Universities and Colleges 4 
Spanish Club I, 2; W.A.A. 1. 2, 3, 4; Tiger 
Staff 1, 2, 3; A.W.S. 2, 3; Tiger Club 2. 4 
Sec. 3; Lennox House Board 4, Publicity Chm 
2; Tiger-Nugget Queen Attendant 2; Bemis 
Hall Council 2; Q.A. Board 3, Pres. 4; Ham- 
lin House Pres. 3; Howbert House Pres. 4 



MARY VERNETTA EYSTER, South Gate, 
Calif. Major — English A.W.S. 3, Treas. 4; 
McGregor Hall Fire-Captain; Opera Make-up 
Crew; W.A.A.; Barbettes; Art Club; Tiger 
Club 2. 4. Sec. 3; Tiger Staff, Editor 4. 



MARILYN LEE FREDERICK, Chicago, 111. 
Major — Psychology. W.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; 
French Club 1; Hamlin House Sec. 3; Christ- 
mas Pageant 4; Drum Majorette 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Opera 3; Dance Reviews 2, 3; W.R.C. Enter- 
tainment Group 3. 



GLORIA GOSSARD, Steamboat Springs, 
Colo. Major — Sociology. Kappa Alpha Theta, 
Vice- pres., Pledge Trainer 4; Tiger Club, 
Vice-pres. 2, Pres. 3; W.A.A. 1. 2, Board 
Member 2; A.W.S. Board 2, 3; Q.A. Board 
2; Tiger Staff 3, 4; Nugget Editor 3; En- 
thusiasm Committee Chm. 3; J .S.F.E.C. 3, 4; 
Panhellenic Council, Vice-pres. 4; Who's 
Who in Am. Universities and Colleges 4; 
Outstanding Senior Woman 4; Publications 
Board 3, 4; Chapel Committee 3, 4. 



NANCY CUSHING GUPTON, Kansas City. 
Missouri. Major — English. Scholarships, 

Trustee 1, 2, Edwards 3, Dern 3; Kappa 
Alpha Theta, House Manager 3, Treas. 4; 
A.W.S. Publicity Chm. 2; W.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4. 
Board 1, 2; Tiger Club 2, 3, 4; French Club 
1. 2; Nugget Staff 1, 2, 3; Tiger Staff 1. 
Assoc. Editor 2, Editor 3; Publications Board 3. 



PATRICIA LOUISE GUTHRIE, Las Animas, 
Colo. Major — Economics. Scholarships. Trus- 
tee, Crane. Hypatia, Jacques; Kappa Kappa 
Gamma, Pledge Trainer, Standards Chairman 
Hall Council 1, 3. 4; W.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4 
Vice-pres.; Chapel Choir 1; Spanish Club 
Opera; Orchestra; Minute Maids; Koshare 
Tiger Club 2, 3, 4; Lennox House Board 
Wakuta 3, Vice-pres. 4; Panhellenic, Treas. 
Nugget Staff, Asst. Business Manager. 



JULIE PENROSE HALL, Denver, Colo. Maj- 
or — Psychology. Delta Gamma. Vice-pres. 2; 
W.A.A.. Pres. 4; Cascade Hall Council; Horse 
Show; Swim Meet; Wakuta 3, 4; Tiger Club 
2, 3, 4; Montgomery Social Chairman. 




MAXINE EVELYN HEBERER, Salida, Colo. 
Major — Spanish. Scholarships, Trustee 1, 2, 
Alice Bemis Taylor 3, 4; Kappa Kappa Gam- 
ma; Euterpe 1, 2, 3, 4; Nugget Staff 3; Junior 
Counselor 3; Spanish Club 1 ; Tiger Club 
2, 3, 4. 



ELIZABETH MOSBY JENKINS, Denver. 

Colo. Major — History. Tiger Club 2, 3, 4; 
A.W.S. Executive Board and Nominating 
Committee; A.W.S. War Production Unit. 
Chm.; Montgomery Hall Sec; Committee for 
Children's Christmas Party; Independent Wom- 
en's Board. 



ELLEN KEITH JOHNSTONE, Santa Fe. 
New Mexico. Major — Art. Kappa Alpha 
Theta; W.A.A. 1. 3; Minute Maids 2; A.W.S. 
Poster Chm. 2; Tiger Club 2, 3, 4; History 
Club 2: Montgomery Hall Social Chm. 3; 
Bemis Hall Sec. 3; Nugget Staff 3. 






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MARJORIE HELEN LANDSBERG, Des 

Moines, Iowa. Major — Psychology. Delta 
Epsilon 4; Scholarships, Trustee 1, 2, El Po- 
mar Foundation 3, Hawkins 4; Kappa Kappa 
Gamma. Cor. Sec. 2, Pres. 4: W.A.A. 1. 2. 3; 
Tiger Club 2. 3. 4; Tiger Staff 1; Nugget Staff 
1. 4; A.W.S. Board 4; Hall Council 3. 4; 
Minute Maids 3; Lab Assistant 3; Koshare 1; 
C.C. Players 4. 



CHARLOTTE 

Springs. Major- 



LUCY LEWIS, 

-Biology. 



Colorado 



ROSALEEN MARIE MALOOLY, El Paso. 
Texas. Major — Music. Voice Scholarship; 
Hall Council; Junior Counselor; Hostess Com- 
mittee; Euterpe. 



JEAN FRANCES McCONNELL, Greeley. 
Colo. Major — Music. Euterpe; Chapel Choir; 
C.C. Players. 



NELLIE ROSE McCOOL, Colorado Springs. 
Major — Psychology. Southwestern Institute of 
Technology 1; Oklahoma A. 6 M. 2; Riverside 
Jr. College 3; Alpha Phi Sigma; Delta Sigma 
Epsilon; Women's Airforce Service Pilots. 



JEAN MELCHER, Newton, Mass. Major- 
Biology. Scholarship.". Trustee 2. Taylor 3. 
4: Gamma Phi Beta. Pledge Trainer 3. Pres. 
4; Q.A. Recording S-c. 3'; A.W.S. Board 4; 
W.A.A. 1. 2. 3. 4; Wakuta 4; Tiger Club 
1. 2. 3. 4; Ski Club I. 2: K'.share 1, 2; Spanish 
Club 1, 2. 



DIETRICH EHLER MEYER, Colorado 
Springs. Major — Physics. Junior Phi Beta 
Kappa. 



KATHRYN MEYER, Newtonville. 
Major — Chemistry. Wellesley 1, 2. 3 



Mass 



LAURLIE MAE MITCHELL, Colorado 
Springs. Major — Philosophy. Kappa Kappa 
Gamma; Euterpe 1: Spanish Club 1; W.A.A. 
1, 2. 3. 4: Student Forum 4. 



ELEANOR LEIGH MOODY, Colorado 
Springs. Major — Sociology. Scholarships. 
Trustee 1. 2. Alice Bemis Taylor 3. 4. Shear- 
er 3: Gamma Phi Beta. Pledge Trainer 3, 4; 
Q.A. Board. Treasurer 2, Vice-pres. 4; Mc- 
Gregor Pres. 3; W.A.A. 1. Board 2. Sec. 3, 
Pres. 4; Tiger Club 2. 3, 4; Lennox House 
Board 3; Chapel Committee 4; A.W.S. Board 
4; Panhellenic 3. Vice-pres. 4; Wakuta 4; 
Nugget Staff 4. 



PATRICIA KATHERINE OLBERDING, 

Wichita. Kansas. Major — Art. Wichita Univ. 
1, 2, 3; C.C. Players; Newman Club. 



WINNIFRED JANET PIKE, Colorado 
Springs. Major — History. Tiger Club: Ko- 
share; History Club. Pres.: C.C. Players. 



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ELEANORE ANN POSTHUMUS, Colorado 
Springs. Major — History. W.A.A.: Tiger 
Club; History Club. Sec. 



RHODA LOUISE PRITCHARD, Glendale. 
Calif. Major — Music. Scholarships. Trustee 
2, B. A. Koch Special 3, Women's Educ. So- 
ciety 4; Delta Gamma. Treas. 3, 4; Q.A. 
Board 3; Wood Ave. Hall Pres. 3; W.A.A. 
1. 2, 3; Euterpe 1, 2. 3, 4; Tiger Club 2, 3, 4. 



MARGARET MORRIS RAYMOND, Aurora. 
N. Y. Major — Psychology. Phi Beta Kappa; 
Delta Epsilon; W.A.A. 1. 2, 3, 4; Montgom- 
ery Hall Council 2; German Club; Barbettes. 
Athletic Chm. 1. Pres. 2; A.W.S. Board. 
Vice-pres. 3. Pres. 4; Q.A. Treas., Vice-pres. 
3; Jr. Counselor 3; Wakuta; J.S.F.E.C; Din- 
ing Room Hostess; C.C. Players. 



ROBERT WILLIAM RICHMAN, Denver, 
Colo. Major — Physics. Scholarships. Trus- 
tee 1, 2, Mautner 3, Jackson War Memorial 4. 
Carpenter's Fund 4. Hibbard 4; Debate Club 1; 
French Club 1; Radio Speech Group 2; Band 
3; Track 1. 2; Chapel Choir 1, 2. 3. 4; Ko- 
share 1. 2; C.C. Players 3, 4; Tiger Staff 
3, 4, Business Manager 4; Nugget Staff 3; 
Men's Representative Student Council 4; Pub- 
lications Board 4; Hastings Prize Award on 
Religion 4. 



SALLY ANN RINKLE, Denver, Colo. Major 
— Romance Languages. Phi Beta Kappa; 
Delta Gamma. Pledge Trainer 3, Pres. 4; 
Q.A. Freshman Rep., Social Chm. 2; Tiger 
Club; A.W.S. Vice-Pres.; Panhellenic, Pres. 
4: C.C. Players; W.A.A. Treas.. 3; Wakuta; 
J.S.F.E.C; Summer Camp Committee; Mc- 
Gregor Hall Quiet Counselor. 

JEANNE ROBERTS, Denver. Colo. Major- 
Biology. Scholarships, Trustee 1, Kappa 
Kappa Gamma 3; Perkins 2, 3, 4; Kappa 
Kappa Gamma, House Pres. 3. Standards 
Chm. 3. A.W.S. Board 2; Class Pres. 2; 
Tiger Club 2. 3. 4; W.A.A. 1, 2. 3, 4; Dog 
Club 1, 2. 3, 4; Navy V-12 Beauty Queen 3; 
Modern Dance Award 1; Opera Cast 1. 3; 
Musical Comedy Cast 1; War Activities Com- 
mittee 3: Modern Dance Reviews 1, 2. 3; Lab 
Assistant 2, 3. 4; Hall Council 1, 3. 



ELIZABETH VAN STONE SEIFERT, Den- 
ver, Colo. Major — Sociology. Kappa Kappa 
Gamma. 



DOROTHY J. SELLNER, Denver, Colo. 
Major — Psychology. W.A.A.; Tiger Staff; 
Koshare: Tiger Club. Pres. 4; C.C. Enthusiasm 
Committee; J.S.F.E.C.; C.C. Players; Wakuta; 
Tiger Staff. 



ELEANORE ANNE SPENCER, Denver. 
Colo. Major — Psychology. Kappa Kappa 
Gamma, Social Chm., Scholarship Chm.; Tiger 
Staff, Editor. Asst. Editor; W.A.A.; Dog 
Club; Choir; Lyric Chorus; Lab Assistant; 
A.W.S. Barn Dance Chm. 



BEVERLY BARBARA 

Springs. Major — Spani 
College 1, 2. 



STALEY, Colorado 
h. Colorado State 



NATALIE TOLL, Denver, Colo. Major— Bi- 
ology. Choir 1. 2. 3; A.W.S. 4; Independent 
Women; Dog Club 2, 3. 4; W.A.A. 1, 2, 3. 



ROSEMARY TONELLI, Pueblo. Colo. Major 
— Political Science. Tiger Club; Hall Coun- 
cil 3; Hamlin House Sec. 4; Independent 
Candidate for Queen. 




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HENRY OLUF VAAG, Colorado Springs. 
Major — English. Junior Phi Beta Kappa. 



ALICE VAN ARSDALE, Casper. Wyo. 
Major — English. Kappa Alpha Theta, Pres. 
4; French Club 1: Dog Club 1; W.A.A. 1; 
Tiger Staff 2; Hall Council 3; A.W.S. 4: 
Panhellenic 4; Student Forum 4. 



ANNE COLEMAN VAN STONE, Denver. 
Colo. Major — Psychology. Kappa Kappa 
Gamma. Pres. 3; Dog Club 1. 2; W.A.A. 1. 

2, 3, 4. Hockey. Swimming. Tennis. Baseball; 
History Club 1: Homecoming Committee 1: 
Ski Club 1; A.W.S. Board 2. 3: War Activi- 
ties Chm. 3; Panhellenic 2, Treas. 3; Wakuta 

3, Pres. 4: Tiger Club 2. 3. 4. 



CARL BLAHNIC, Pasadena. Calif. Major- 
Pre. Med. Navy V-12 Unit. 



GEORGIA HERBERT DAY, Colorado 
Springs. Major — Business. Kappa Kappa 
Gamma. Treas. 2; Tiger Club 3, 4; Wakuta 
3, 4; French Club 1: Orchestra I: J.S.F.E.C. 
3; Q.A. Pres. 4; Vice-pres. 3: Chapel Com- 
mittee: A.W.S. 4; Dining Room Hostess. 



ROBERT BRUCE BAULESH, Pueblo. Colo. 

ROSALIND A. BECKER, Winnetka, III. 

JEAN BENNION, Port Chester. N. Y. 

MARTHA BLISS, Greeley, Colo. 

MARY POLK BRITTINGHAM, Colorado 
Springs. 

BETTY JANE CALHOUN, Denver. Colo. 



ALBERT PERRY CHRISTENSEN, Manti, 
Utah. 



MARGERY VAUGHAN COFFIN, Milwau- 
kee. Wis. 



PHYLLIS ANN COFFIN, Milwaukee. Wis 



ROBERT EMMET CURTAN, Louisville, 
Colo. 



BEVERLY JANE DAY, Wilmettc. 111. 
ALLEN JOHN DUSAULT, Montclair, N. J 
BARBARA JUNE DWYER, Denver. Colo. 
JOAN ENGELHARD, Winnetka. III. 



DAVID EMERY FRIEND, Denver. Colo. 



WILLIAM HERBERT FRYBACK, Colorado 
Springs. 



JOHN STORRIER GILMORE, Fredonia. 
Kans. 



RICHARD MORTIMER GLOVER, Newton. 
Kans. 



CHARLOTTE MAE HARDIN, Colorado 
Springs. 



FREDERICK HASTINGS, Bryn Mawr. Pa. 



MARGARET ELLEN HILLIGOSS, Manitou 
Springs. Colo. 



MARIAN McMURRY JEWETT, Colorado 
Springs. 



DOROTHY KATHERINE LATIMER, Colo- 

rado Springs 



RICHARD HEALD LEACH, Washington. 
D. C. 



JANE ELLEN LEWIS, Colorado Springs. 
JAMES DUARD MARSHALL, Neosho. Mo. 



ELIZABETH SENGER MOORE, Colorado 
Springs. 



CARL O. MUNDAY, Colorado Springs. 

LAURA THORNTON NICKELL, Evanston, 
111. 

JANE NORMAN, Amarilla. Texas. 

EDWARD DANA ORTH, Trinidad. Colo. 

VIRGINIA M. PAISLEY, Lakewood. Ohio. 



GERTRUDE ELIZABETH PATTERSON, 

Denver. Colo. 



HOPE SABIN, Denver. Colo. 
JOHN ROBERT SANDERS, Sterling. Colo. 
FRANCES-LOUIS SEEMAN, Memphis. Tenn. 
STANLEY ICHIRO SHIKUMA, Hilo. Hawaii. 
JOAN SMITH, White Bear. Minn. 



HOWARD HERBERT STEVENS, Colorado 
Springs. 



MARY GRACE TIDBALL, Laramie. Wyo. 



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Undtet- 



SALLY RAY ABRAMS 
Chicago. Illinois 

NATALIE ANN ACTON 
Colorado Springs 



DONNA ALESHIRE 
Evanston, Illinois 



MARION ATWOOD 
Colorado Springs 



JUDITH BARRETT 
Meeker, Colorado 



BARBARA BARTLETT 
Fort Lauderdale, Florida 



MARTHA BARTON 
Denver, Colorado 



ETHEL BIGGS 
Grand Junction, Colorado 



DORIS BLASIUS 
Evanston, Illinois 



WELTHA MAE BOOS 
Denver, Colorado 



LURA JEAN BOURDETTE 
Henry, Illinois 



JOYCE BOWMAN 
Denver, Colorado 



TURZA BRISCOE 
Colorado Springs 

PEGGY BROWN 
Chicago, Illinois 



ELIZABETH BROWNSON 
Grand Junction, Colorado 



DOLORES JEAN BUNKER 
Colorado Springs 



CONSTANCE BURRITT 
Denver, Colorado 



JANE BURRITT 
Denver. Colorado 



SHIRLEY BURNETT 
Chicago, Illinois 

PATRICIA CALDWELL 
Hermosa Beach, California 




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MARY LOU CAMPBELL 
Greenville, Michigan 



DORRIT CHALMERS 
Denver. Colorado 



PATRICIA CHARLSON 
Colorado Springs 

CONSTANCE COLEMAN 
Montrose, Colorado 



L1LA LEE COLEMAN 
Colorado Springs 

MARY ANN COLEMAN 
Coloralo Springs 



JEAN COULTER 
Colorado Springs 



GRACE CURRENT 
Colorado Springs 



MARY IRIS DAY 
Denver, Colorado 



GLORIA DAVIES 

Johnstown, Pennsylvania 



KATHRYN DAVIS 
Denver, Colorado 



ALMA JEAN DILLINGHAM 
Colorado Springs 



JEANE DUDLEY 
Durango, Colorado 



PHILIP EAKINS 
Silver City, N. M. 



BARBARA EHLER 
Greeley, Colorado 

LORRAINE ELLIS 
Evanston, Illinois 



ANN ENSTROM 
Grand Junction, Colorado 



ANN EVANS 
Denver, Colorado 



ALICE FARNSWORTH 
Denver, Colorado 



ELMA FELTNER 
Pinedale, Wyoming 



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VIRGINIA FERGUSON 
Pueblo. Colorado 



MARY FIHE 
Chicago, Illinois 

BARBARA FISHER 
Colorado Springs 



VIRGINIA LEE 

FRANKENBERGER 

Roscoe. California 






vf'-- 




MARCIA FRANTZ 
Salida. Colorado 



ELIZABETH GILBERT 
New York. N. Y. 



ELIZABETH GILLILAND 
Las Animas. Colorado 



VIRGINIA GILLES 
Colorado Springs 



BETTY GJELLUM 
Del Norte, Colorado 



ALTHEA GODDARD 
Pocatello, Idaho 



RUTH GONSER 
Denver. Colorado 



MARTHA GOSS 
Colorado Springs 



SUZANNE GREENE 
Evanston, Illinois 



MYRA GREENLEE 
Wichita, Kansas 



JOANNE GUERIN 
Seattle, Washington 



JANE HAIGLER 
Colorado Springs 



THEODOSIA HALL 
Lake Forest, Illinois 



BETTY HANDY 
Greencastle. Indiana 



JEANNE HARRISBERGER 
Colorado Springs 

JANE HAWKINS 
Yampa, Colorado 




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MARTHA HAVENS 
Denver, Colorado 



ELIZABETH HEINZEN 
Colorado Springs 



WILANNE HESTER 

Colorado Springs 

CALLINE HILLMAN 

Salem, Oregon 



SUZANNE HIGGINS 
Dillon, Colorado 



HELEN HOLMES 

Littleton, Colorado 



CAROLINE HOOSER 
Whitewater. Kansas 



KANSA RAE HUGHES 
Colorado Springs 



DOROTHY HULEATT 

Denver, Colorado 



NORMA JUNE HUNT 
Colorado Springs 

DOROTHEA IRION 
Sherwood, Oregon 



CAROLINE JACKSON 
Glenwood Springs, Colorado 



JOSEPHINE JANSSEN 
Bergenfield, New York 



LOUISE JONES 
Riverside, Illinois 



MARSHALL JOHNSON 
Colorado Springs 



ROBERT JOHNSON 

Colorado Springs 



FRANCES KAPELKE 
Colorado Springs 



MARY KEATING 
Muscatine, Iowa 



BILLIE KEBBLE 

Colorado Springs 



MARILYN KEELEY 

River Forest. Illinois 



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PATRICIA KERR 
Colorado Springs 



JESSIE MARY KETCHAM 
Colorado Springs 



SALLY KETRING 
Golden, Colorado 



ANGELYN KONUGRES 
Trinidad. Colorado 



JOSEPHINE KURIE 
Colorado Springs 



FRANCES LEMAN 
Evanston, Illinois 



JOANNE LEVY 
Chicago, Illinois 



BILLIE LEWIS 
Commerce, Oklahoma 



ORIAN LEWIS 
Denver, Colorado 



FAYE ELIZABETH 

LIEURANCE 

Denver. Colorado 



NORMA LINDGREN 
Minneapolis. Minnesota 



BETTY ANNE LONG 
Conway. Texas 



JANICE LONG 
Evanston. Illinois 



MARY MacDOUGALL 
Chicago, Illinois 



SARA McADAM 
Marseilles, Illinois 



BARBARA McCLEARY 
Ordway. Colorado 



ELOISE McCORD 
Colorado Springs 

SHIRLEY McINTYRE 
Grand Junction. Colorado 



MARY JO MESA 
Winnetka. Illinois 



MARY ALICE MEYERS 
Rapid City. South Dakota 




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MARGARET MITCHELL 
La Mesa, California 



MARY JANE MOHLER 
Colorado Springs 



FREDERIC MORATH 
Colorado Springs 



LORRAINE MORRISON 
Denver. Colorado 



JOAN MURPHY 
Kenilworth. Illinois 



AGNES NELLESEN 
Colorado Springs 



JEANNE NELSON 
Skokie, Illinois 



SUSAN NESBIT 
St. Paul. Minnesota 



ANN NEUDORFER 
Highland Park, Michigan 

MARY ELLEN NORTHROP 
Council Bluffs, Iowa 



RUTH ELIZABETH OLSEN 
Colorado Springs 



IEAN ANNE PARVIN 
Wynne wood. Pennsylvania 



ANNE PAYNE 
Glen Ellyn, Illinois 

HELEN PICKERILL 
Durango, Colorado 



JANE PIKE 

Lorn as de Chapui tepee, 

Mexico. D. F. 



ANN PITHER 
Evans ton. Illinois 



BRELERE PLETTNER 
Denver, Colorado 



JEAN PRESCOTT 
Hugo, Colorado 



BARBARA REED 
Brush, Colorado 



ALLENE REICH 

Glenwood Springs, Colorado 



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HELENE REINSBERG 
Chicago, Illinois 



DOROTHY RICHARDSON 
Grinnell. Iowa 



VIRGINIA RICHMOND 
Colorado Springs 



NANCY ROBERTS 
Denver, Colorado 



DOROTHY ROSE 
Colorado Springs 



PATRICIA ROTH 
Denver, Colorado 



BETTY RUNCHEY 
Winslow, Washington 

SUSAN SCHENCK 
Colorado Springs 



LOIS SCHIAGER 
Colorado Springs 



MARIAN SCOFIELD 
Denver, Colorado 



FRANCES SEEMAN 
Memphis. Tennessee 



JOAN SHIMONEK 
Wilmette, Illinois 



JACK SHOUP 
Colorado Springs 



RUTH SHUBERT 
Montrose, Colorado 



DORIS SIMONSON 
Colorado Springs 

BETTY SLIFER 
Buffalo, Wyoming 



BETTIE LOU SMITH 
Denver, Colorado 



ESTHER SMITH 
Delta, Colorado 



FLORENCE STEWART 
Beatrice, Nebraska 



MARGARET STOCKS 
Chicago, Illinois 




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MARGARET STRAIN 
San Angelo, Texas 



BARBARA STROUP 
Salida. Colorado 



MARY ALICE SWANSON 
Colorado Springs 



BETTY JEANNE THAXTON 
Raton, New Mexico 



MARIORIE THOMPSON 
Greeley. Colorado 



EMMY TIMPE 
Secaucus, New Jersey 



SHIRLEY TOMLINSON 
Grand Junction, Colorado 



FLORENCE TONELLI 
Pueblo. Colorado 



REDELL TRIMM 
Colorado Springs 



CYNTHIA TUPPER 
Denver. Colorado 



ENID TURNER 
Los Angeles. California 



JEROME VAETH 
Colorado Springs 



NANCY VANDEMOER 
Denver. Colorado 



ELIZABETH VAN 
VALKENBURGH 

Merion Station. Pennsylvania 

BARBARA WADE 
Los Angeles, California 

ANN WHALEY 
Walla Walla. Washington 



ELAINE WHITE 
Colorado Springs 



ANNETTE WILCOX 
Denver, Colorado 



MOLLY SUE WILLIAMS 
Morristown, New Jersey 



ROYLEE WILLIAMS 
Palisade, Colorado 



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MARIAN W1LLSON 
Greeley, Colorado 



CONRAD WILSON 
Chipita Park, Colorado 



]ANE WILSON 
Colorado Springs 



JULIA WINCHELL 
Bronxville. New York 



RICHARD W1NTERNITZ 
Colorado Springs 



BLANCHE WISE 
Denver, Colorado 



CORA WOODSON 
Colorado Springs 

BARBARA WORTMAN 
Denver, Colorado 



CARL JOHN ALLEN 
Shelbyville, Tennessee 



BETTY CARTER 
Murray, Utah 

BARBARA SMITH 
Sterling. Colorado 



CHARLES EDMONDS 
Manitou Springs. Colorado 



HUBERT ROSE 
Colorado Springs 




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JUh 



where C. C. students spend their 
afternoons 





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O r taanl'iatlon5 





Betty VanValkenburgh. Dean Gadd, Hubert Rose, Maurice Notch, Jean Christiansen, 

Marjorie Thompson 
At the table: Barbara Beaver, Lee Ann Ballantvne 



<[. S.7. £. <?. 



Joint Student-Faculty Emergency Council . . . melting 
pot for problems concerning V-12, civilians, and faculty . . . 
consists of representatives of these groups . . . budgets the 
money for school functions and organizations . . . carry out 
suggestions for improving the campus . . . governing body 
of entire campus . . . regular weekly meetings . . . Dean 
Fauteaux and Dean Gadd, faculty advisors . . . Lee Ann 
Ballantyne, president . . . Barbara Beaver, secretary . . . 



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Q. A. BOARD: 

3rd row: Robin Ward, Claire Colwell, Lee Ann Ballantyne, Dorothy 

McCrory, Molly Williams, Georgia Day 
2nd row: Margaret Newman, Betty Van Valkenburgh, Betty Jenkins, 

Dorothy Claire, Sally Reeds 
1st row: Eleanor Moody, Elizabeth Gilliland, Jean Christiansen 



Composed of 
women living in 
dorm . . . controlled 
by board consisting 
of officers and presi- 
dents of dorms . . . 
make final decisions 
on coed problems 
. . . keep discipline 
in halls ... all rules 
for halls made by 
girls . . . sponsor 
Christmas party for 
Lowell school first 
grade . . . dances 
. . . spreads . . . ini- 
tiate new members 
to board . . . give 
banquet for Presi- 
dent Hershey . . . 
Georgia Day, presi- 
dent . . . Eleanor 
Moody, vice presi- 
dent . . . Robin 
Ward, secretary . . . 
Joy Eames, treas- 
urer . . . 



Associated 
Women Students 
... all C. C. coeds 
members . . . every 
organization repre- 
sented on legislative 
board . . . welcome 
freshmen and 
transfers with tea 
and name tags . . . 
friendly get-togeth- 
ers . . . Christmas 
parties and baskets 
for the needy . . . 
annual Gold Dig- 
gers Ball . . . formal 
dinner . . . awards 
to outstanding sen- 
ior women . . . 
Skeleton Tea . . . 
Jean Christiansen, 
president . . . Lee 
Ann Ball an tyne, 
vice president . . . 
Blanche Wise, sec- 
retary . . . Virginia 
Gilles, treasurer . . . 



W. S. BOARD: 

3rd row: Molly Williams, Sally Reeds, Nancy Pollock, Sally Ketring, 
Georgia Day, Charlotte Duncan, Natalie Toll, Katherine Davis 

2nd row: Eleanor Moody, Jean Christiansen, Betty Jenkins, Jane Haigler, 
Phyllis Brothers, Jane McComb 

1st row: Florence Tonelli, Lee Ann Ballantyne, Claire Colwell, Barbara 
Beaver, Blanche Wise 





3rd row: Claire Colwell, Dorothy McCrory, Sally McAdam, Shirley Foster, Molly Nickell, Nancy 
Vandemoer, Jan Cumming, Mary Lou Campbell, Joan Murphy, Barbara Dick, Beth 
Lieurance. Alice O Brian, Polly Brittingham, Esther Swerer, Margaret Newman 

2nd row: Anita Lewis, Barbara Wortman, Lee Ann Ballantyne, Ruth Douglas, Melissa Evans, 
Barbara Stroup, Janet Frost, Ann Pither, Jane West, Barbara Kepner, Grace Current 

1st row: Francis Swerer, Jeane Dudley, Natalie Burris, Jane Peterson, Rhoda Lou Pritchard, 
Francis Leman, Elma Feltner, Elaine White, Betty McDonald, Judy Barrett 



Velta ty 



am ma 




Mrs. Lillian Jackson, House Mother 



"Hannah, my Delta Gamma" 
. . . athletic group of girls . . . 
winners of the baseball and bas- 
ketball tournaments . . . pledges 
gave a backwards dinner . . . 
guests of Peterson Field Officers 
at dinner dance . . . representa- 
tives attend Delta Gamma Re- 
union Day dinner in Denver . . . 
also are represented at conven- 
tion at Lawrence, Kansas . . . 
alumnae entertain pledges and 
graduating seniors at dinner . . . 
annual Christmas party for the 
chapter and a party for the blind 
children in Colorado Springs . . . 
open houses for campus . . . rush- 
ing, pledging, initiation . . . com- 
pletes an active year for the 
Delta Gammas . . . 



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Lee Ann Ballantyne Denver, Colo. 

President 

Polly Brittingham Colorado Springs 

Natalie Burris Las Vegas, N. M. 

Mary Louise Campbell Greenville, Mich. 

Gloria Canepa Denver, Colo. 

Treasurer 

Jean Christiansen Chicago, 111. 

Pledge Trainer, Vice President 

Claire Colwell Ovid, Colo. 

President 

Janet Cumming Evanston, 111. 

Vice-President, Pledge Trainer 

Barbara Dick Winnetka, 111. 

Lydia Filonowicz Detroit, Mich. 

Social Chairman, Recording Secretary 

Janet Frost Denver, Colo. 

Scholarship Chairman 

Barbara Kepner Denver, Colo. 

Rush Chairman 

Frances Leman Evanston, 111. 

House Chairman, Corresponding Secretary 

Dorothea McCrory Cotopaxi, Colo. 

Rush Chairman, Panhellenic Representative 

Joan Murphy Kenilworth, 111. 

Margaret Newman San Diego, Calif. 

Molly Nickell Evanston, 111. 

Alice O'Brian Rochester, N. Y. 

Recording and Corresponding Secretary 

Ann Pither Evanston, 111. 

Corresponding Secretary 

Rhoda Louise Pritchard Glendale, Calif. 

Barbara Stroup Salida, Colo. 

Esther Swerer Denver, Colo. 

Jane West Alamosa, Colo. 

Song Chairman, Panhellenic Representative 

Blanche Wise Denver, Colo. 

Scholarship and Song Chairman 



Pledge* 

Judith Barrett Meeker, Colo. 

Grace Current.. Colorado Springs 

Ruth Douglas Denver, Colo. 

Jeane Dudley Durango, Colo. 

Melissa Evans Hollywood, Calif. 

Elma Feltner Pinedale, Wyo. 

Shirley Foster Detroit, Mich. 

Anita Lewis Buffalo Creek, Colo. 

Elizabeth Lieurance Denver, Colo. 

Sara McAdam Marseilles, 111. 

Elizabeth McDonald Wichita, Kans. 

Mary McDougall Chicago, 111. 

Jane Peterson Chicago, 111. 

Francis Swerer Denver, Colo. 

Nancy Vandemoer Denver, Colo. 

Elaine White Colorado Springs 

Sally Wickwire Detroit, Mich. 

Cora Woodson Colorado Springs 

Barbara Wortman .Denver, Colo. 




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4th row: Jean Melcher, Betty Van Valkenburgh, Margaret Anderson, Billie Lewis, Helen Pickerill, 

Cynthia Tupper, Jeanne Harrisberger, Barbara Bartlett, Robin Ward, Brelere Plettner, 

Jane Lewis, Patricia Charlson, Nancy Pollock, Peggy Stocks 
3rd row: Jean Ennis, Louise Jones, Mary I. Day, Jeanne Nelson, Mrs. Maude Ray, Jane Pike, 

Dorothea Irion, Margaret Brown, Turza Briscoe 
2nd row: Calline Hillman, Shirley Ryan, Betty Jeanne Thaxton, Suzanne Greene, Lura Jean 

Bourdette, Anne Neudorfer, Theo Hall, Lorraine Morrison, Martha Havens, Anne 

Payne, Lorraine Ellis 
1st row: Eleanor Moody, Constance Stevens, Joy Eames, Jean Pollock, Mary Jo Mesa, Alma Jean 

Dillingham, Shirley Burnett, Betty Runchey, Dorothy Clare, Joan Brady 



Gamma Phi Hata 




Mrs. Maud Ray, House Mother 



Gamma Phi Beta furnished 
two beauty queens for the cam- 
pus . . . Constance Stevens, 
Queen of the Civilian Ball . . . 
Jeanne Nelson, Queen of the Cub 
Club dance . . . two Gamma Phi 
Beta war bond drives . . . helped 
buy equipment for rehabilitation 
hospital . . . cheered the conva- 
lescent soldiers at Camp Carson 
regularly . . . pledges entertained 
other pledges at Hawaiian party 
. . . annual Founder's Day tea 
was a big success . . . pledges 
play hostesses to actives at win- 
ter dance . . . members enter- 
tained the faculty at a tea . . . 
open houses . . . picnics . . . parties 
. . . dances . . . G Phi house center 
of friendliness and fun . . . 



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Lura Jean Bourdette Henry, 111. 

Corresponding Secretary, Vice President 

Margaret Brown Denver, Colo 

Sally Buckmaster Evanston, 111. 

Rush Chairman 

Shirley Burnett Chicago, 111. 

Patricia Charlson Colorado Springs 

Song Chairman, Scholarship Chairman 

Dorothy Clare Denver, Colo. 

Scholarship Chairman, Vice-President 

Joan Cleveland Newtonville, Mass. 

Activities Chairman, Corresponding Secretary 

Marian Cooper San Marino, Calif. 

Song Leader 

Mary Iris Day Denver, Colo. 

Rush Chairman, War Activities Chairman 

Joy Eames Denver, Colo. 

House Chairman, Pledge Trainer 

Salle Edwards Wilmette, 111. 

Recording Secretary 

Jean Ennis Denver, Colo. 

Song Leader 

Suzanne Greene Evanston, 111. 

Crescent Correspondent 

Jeanne Harrisberger Colorado Springs 

Treasurer 

Martha Havens Denver, Colo. 

Literary Exercises Chairman 

Dorothea Irion Sherwood, Ore. 

House Chairman, Recording Secretary 

Grace Jaynes Chicago, 111. 

Crescent Correspondent 

Louise Jones Riverside, 111. 

Historian, Junior Panhellcnic Representative 

Billie Lewis Commerce, Okla. 

Jane Lewis Colorado Springs 

Jean Melcher Newton, Mass. 

President 

Patricia Miles Wichita Falls, Texas 

Eleanor Moody Colorado Springs 

Pledge Trainer, Senior Panhellenic Representative 

Lorraine Morrison Denver, Colo. 

Gertrude Patterson Denver, Colo. 

Treasurer 

Helen Pickerill Durango, Colo. 

A ctiz'ities Chairman 

Jane Pike Lomas de Chapuitepec, Mexico, D. F. 

Brelere Plettner Denver, Colo. 

Nancy Pollock Elmhurst, 111. 

Betty Runchey Winslow, Wash. 

Recording Secretary 

Hope Sabin Denver, Colo. 

Vice-President, President 

Joan Smith White Bear Lake, Minn. 

Corresponding Secretary 

Constance Stevens St. Louis, Mo. 

Peggy Stocks Chicago, 111. 

War A ctiz'ities Chairman 

Betty Van Valkenburgh Merion Station, Pa. 

Pledge Trainer, President 

Robin Ward Denver, Colo. 

House Chairman 
Lila Weichbrodt Chicago, 111. 

Pledge* 

Margaret Anderson Colorado Springs 

Barbara Bartlett Fort Lauderdale, Fla. 

Joan Brady Chicago, 111. 

Turza Briscoe Colorado Springs 

Alma Jean Dillingham Colorado Springs 

Lorraine Ellis Evanston, 111. 

Theodosia Hall Lake Forest, 111. 

Calline Hillman Salem, Ore. 

Mary Jo Mesa Winnetka, 111. 

Jeanne Nelson Skokie, 111. 

Ann Neudorfer Highland Park, Mich. 

Anne Payne Glen Ellyn, 111. 

Jean Pollock Elmhurst, 111. 

Shirley Ryan Lakewood, Colo. 

Betty Jeanne Thaxton Raton, N. M. 

Cynthia Tupper Denver, Colo. 




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4th row: Donna Aleshire, Betty Ross, Ellen Johnstone, Ann Evans, Barbara Smith, Joyce Bowman, 

Jean Ann Parvin, Betsy Gilbert 
3rd row: Sally Reeds, Geraldine Fleming, Virginia Mann, Heloise Jones, Mrs. Joseph Nate, 

Marian Scofield, Martha Barton, Ethel Biggs, Jane McComb, Carlynn Stitt, Molly 

Williams 
2nd row: Virginia Richmond, Alice Van Arsdale, Nell Ray DeLoache, Ann Carver, Betty Lou 

Smith, Mary Jane Mohler, Virginia Raines, Marian Crowder, Sally Rhodes, Jean 

Coulter, Peggy Brown, Donne Clayton 
1st row: Louise Durbin, Mary Jean Keating, Susan McPhee, Martha Goss, Bea Bishop, Dorothy 

Kempshall, Julie Winchell, Suzanne Warner, Marian Willson, Barbara Reynolds, 

Nancy Gupton 



Kappa -@lpha /beta 




Mrs. Joseph Nate, House Mother 



Always working together on 
social, war, and school activities 
. . . several successful formal and 
informal dances . . . annual 
breakfast honoring seniors at 
which outstanding senior is 
chosen . . . pledges entertain other 
pledges at big breakfast . . . 
Christmas party for chapter . . . 
Founder's Day dinner for alum- 
nae and actives . . . Monday 
night desserts for pledges and 
actives . . . numerous open houses 
for V-12 and campus . . . several 
blood donors . . . chapter pur- 
chases stamps and bond . . . vol- 
unteer service at W.R.C. . . . 
entertain convalescents at Camp 
Carson twice a month . . . 



Martha Barton Denver, Colo. 

Ethel Biggs Grand Junction, Colo. 

Panhellenic President, Treasurer 
Bea Bishop Wilmette, 111. 

Phyllis Coffin Milwaukee, Wis. 

Helen Louise Durbin Wichita, Kans. 

Geraldine Fleming Denver, Colo. 

Martha Goss Colorado Springs 

Song Chairman 

Nancy Gupton ..Kansas City, Mo. 

House Manager 

Helen Holmes Denver, Colo. 

A ctivitics Chairman 

Ellen Johnstone Santa Fe, N. M. 

Scholarship Chairman 
Heloise Jones Canon City, Colo. 

Mary Keating Muscatine, la. 

Rush Chairman 
Dorothy Kempshall Winnetka, 111. 

Susan McPhee Denver, Colo. 

Activities Chairman 

Jane Norman Amarillo, Tex. 

Jean Anne Parvin Wynnewood, Pa. 

Sally Reeds Grand Junction, Colo. 

Treasurer 

Virginia Richmond Colorado Springs 

Marian Scofield Denver, Colo. 

Bettie Lou Smith Denver, Colo. 

Corresponding Secretary 
Alice Van Arsdale .Casper, Wyo. 

President 

Suzanne Warner Cynwyo, Pa. 

Annette Wilcox Denver, Colo. 

Molly Williams.. Morristown, N. J. 

President, Rush Chairman 
Julia Winchell... Bronxville, N. Y. 

Recording Secretary 



Pledge* 

Donna Aleshire ....Evanston, 111. 

Joyce Bowman ...Denver, Colo. 

Peggy Brown Burlington, Wis. 

Donne Clayton..... Coronado, Calif. 

Jean Coulter Colorado Springs 

Marian Crowder Denver, Colo. 

Nell Ray DeLoache ..Salina, Kans. 

Ann Evans Denver, Colo. 

Betsy Gilbert New York, N. Y. 

Bobbie Lee Hilton Denver, Colo. 

Hazel King ..Eaton, Colo. 

Virginia Mann Denver, Colo. 

Jane McComb Denver, Colo. 

Mary Jane Mohler Colorado Springs 

Virginia Raines Denver, Colo. 

Barbara Reynolds Greeley, Colo. 

Betty Ross Rosemont, Pa. 

Sally Rhodes Webster Groves, Mo. 

Barbara Smith Sterling, Colo. 

Marian Willson Greeley, Colo. 




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5th 



row: Joanne Richards, Margaret Dennis, Joan Davy, Janice Long, Dorrit Chalmers, Sally Ketring, 

Betty Sue Kurie, Barbara Reed, Sally Lewis, Gloria Downie, Elizabeth Moore 
row: Frances Burritt, Enid Turner, Dorothy Huleatt, Mary Ellen Northrop, Virginia Gilles, 

Margaret Warren, Beth Hunter, Patty-Ray Esmiol, Jessie Mary Ketcham, Peggy Sinclair, 

June Hunt, Virginia Ferguson 

Maxine Heberer, Constance Burritt, Georgia Day, Marjorie Landsberg, Mrs. Isabel Ross, 

Phyllis Brothers, Patricia Guthrie, Barbara Wade, Barbara Ehler, Shirley Anderson 
Elizabeth Gilliland, Elizabeth Lamb, Jane Burritt, Patricia Stewart. Dorothy Richardson, 

Susan Schenck, Jane Haigler, Susan Nesbit, Eloise McCord, Elizabeth Seifert, Ann Enstrom 
1st row: Jane Wilson, Nancy Pinkett, Betsy Reeves, Nancy Roberts, Bettie Bowman, Eleanore 

Spencer, Betty Ann Long, Ruth Gonser 



4th 



3rd 



2nd 



row: 



row: 



Kappa Kappa Qamma 




Mrs. Isabel Ross, House Mother 



"I Love the Name ofKKG"... 
60 girls busy with war and social 
activities . . . sponsor the care of a 
war refugee . . . every week mem- 
bers go to the camp to entertain 
convalescent soldiers . . . open 
houses once a month for entire 
campus . . . formal dances . . . 
pledge duties, courtesy week, then 
initiation . . . won the cup awarded 
for the highest scholastic average 
on campus . . . outside speakers . . . 
breakfast for seniors . . . Active- 
Alumnae Christmas Party . . . won 
Navy Queen Contest . . . placed 
second in the baseball and basket- 
ball tournaments . . . exchange din- 
ners . . . fun for all . . . 



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Shirley Anderson Hillsdale, Mich. 

Bettie Bowman Denver, Colo. 

Phyllis Brothers Colorado Springs 

President, Rush Captain 

Constance Burritt Denver, Colo. 

Frances Burritt Denver, Colo. 

Jane Burritt.... Denver, Colo. 

Corresponding Secretary 

Dorrit Chalmers Denver, Colo. 

Lena Clark Denver, Colo. 

Mary Lou Condon Colorado Springs 

Georgia Day Colorado Springs 

Barbara Ehler Greeley, Colo. 

Ann Enstrom Grand Junction, Colo. 

Panhellenic Representative 

Virginia Gilles Colorado Springs 

Treasurer 

Elizabeth Gilliland Las Animas, Colo. 

House Chairman 

Patricia Guthrie Las Animas, Colo. 

Standards Chairman, Pledge Trainer 

Jane Haigler Colorado Springs 

Rush Chairman 

Maxine Heberer Salida, Colo. 

Corresponding Secretary 

Louise Herbert Denver, Colo. 

June Hunt Colorado Springs 

Beth Hunter Colorado Springs 

House President 

Marian Jackson Pueblo, Colo. 

Patricia Kerr Colorado Springs 

Sally Ketring Denver, Colo. 

Activities Chairman 

Luella Knight Wheaton, 111. 

Elizabeth Lamb Denver, Colo. 

Recording Secretary 

Marjorie Landsberg Des Moines, la. 

President 

Betty Anne Long Conway, Tex. 

Eloise McCord Colorado Springs 

Scholarship Chairman 

Laurlie Mitchell Colorado Springs 

Recording Secretary 

Elizabeth Moore Colorado Springs 

Betsy Reeves Denver, Colo. 

Dorothy Richardson Grinnell, la. 

Registrar 

Jeanne Roberts Denver, Colo. 

Standards Chairman 

Nancy Roberts Denver, Colo. 

Susan Schenck Colorado Springs 

Pledge Trainer 

Elizabeth Seifert Denver, Colo. 

Personnel Chairman 

Eleanore Spencer Denver, Colo. 

Social Chairman 

Patricia Stewart Colorado Springs 

Marshal 

Enid Turner Los Angeles, Calif. 

Nancy Van Stone Denver, Colo. 

President 

Barbara Wade Los Angeles, Calif. 

Art Chairman 

Margaret Warren Colorado Springs 

Marshal 
Jane Wilson Colorado Springs 

Joan Davy Evanston, 111. 

Margaret Dennis Denver, Colo. 

Gloria Downie Wilmette, 111. 

Patty-Ray Esmiol Colorado Springs 

Virginia Ferguson Pueblo, Colo. 

Ruth Gonser Denver, Colo. 

Dorothy Huleatt Denver, Colo. 

Jessie Mary Ketcham Colorado Springs 

Betty Sue Kurie Colorado Springs 

Sally Lewis Denver, Colo. 

Janice Long Evanston, 111. 

Susan Nesbit .St. Paul, Minn. 

Mary Ellen Northrop Council Bluffs, la. 

Nancy Pinkett Denver, Colo. 

Barbara Reed Brush, Colo. 

Joanne Richards Bakersfleld, Calif. 

Peggy Sinclair Limon, Colo. 





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Unde&endent U/omen 



Consists of unaffiliated women and 
wandering "Greeks" . . . officers are stu- 
dents from each class . . . regular meetings 
. . . participation in all campus activities 



. . . enter a team in intramurals . . . pro- 
gressive dinners . . . picnics . . . hold 
responsible offices on campus . . . enter 
beauties in queen contests . . . Barbara 
Beaver, president . . . 



Independent Women's Board: 

Top row: Natalie Toll, Betty Jenkins, Barbara Beaver, Charlotte 

Duncan 
Bottom row Kathryn Davis, Florence Tonelli 




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4th row: Val Whitacre, Bill Killerlain, Ted Manning 

3rd row: Robert Larson, Dietrich Meyer, Philip Eakins, Bob Schaper, Dean Gadd, Roy McKithrick, Howard 

Hodgman, Jack Shoup 
2nd row: Conrad Wilson, Hank Loomis, Robert Johnson, Jerome Vaeth, Scot Moxley 
1st row: Bruce Sinclair, Robert Schreck, Hubert Rose, Jack Sanders 



Civilian Mi 



en 



Reorganized this year . . . 
represented on boards and va- 
rious committees . . . sponsored 
successful dance at Broadmoor 
with Kay Freyschlag as chair- 
man and Bill Killerlain, Jerome 
Vaeth and Hubert Rose to help 
him . . . regular meetings twice 
a month . . . reorganized the 
Growlers . . . Jack Sanders and 
Hubert Rose are officers . . . 
Dean Gadd sponsors the or- 
ganization . . . 




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Jack Sanders and Hubert Rose 

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Panhellenic Board: 

2nd row: Alice Van Arsdale, Ann Enstrom, Molly Williams, 

Jean Christiansen, Louise Jones 
1st row: Phyllis Brothers, Ethel Biggs, Eleanor Moody, Patricia 

Guthrie 



Working together for 
better inter-sorority rela- 
tions . . . Delta Gamma, 
Gamma Phi Beta, Kappa 
Alpha Theta, Kappa Kap- 
pa Gamma, national soror- 
ities on campus make 
rushing rules . . . set quotas 
pledging and initiation re- 
quirements . . . informal 
rush week in March . . . 
formal rushing in July and 
November . . . distribute 
helpful booklet explaining 
rushing and sororities . . . 
we find strength in unity. . . 



Panhellenic 



Cub Club Officers: 

Margaret Newman, Barbara Kepner, Jean Ennis, Betty 
Jeanne Thaxton 



<2ul, <2Lul> 

Consists of all freshmen girls 
. . . sports dances . . . helps 
freshmen get started in activi- 
ties . . . regular meetings . . . 
recently organized by fresh- 
men . . . sponsored successful 
Snow Shuffle Winter dance 
with a queen and all the trim- 
mings . . . gives freshmen a 
chance to become well ac- 
quainted and to learn to work 
together . . . 




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3rd row: Landsberg, Keeley, O'Brian, Richardson, Williams, McClung, Nickell, Filonowicz, Ketring, 
G. Day, J. Burritt, Davis, Pickerill, Turner, Brown, Cleveland. Harrisberger 

2nd row: Gupton, Leman, Heberer, Brothers, Colwell, Frankenberger, Konugres, Wise, Van Valken- 
burgh, Biggs, Reeds, Ehler, Burnett, McCord 

1st row: M. Day, Bourdette, Jones, Johnstone, Irion, Parvin, Smith, Greene, Ellis, Christiansen, Moody, 
Guthrie, Hunter 



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Pep organization . . . gold blazers . . . 
black skirts . . . "For old C.C. I yell, I yell" 
. . . drilling between halves . . . selling 
cokes . . . "Keep in step!" . . . Kangaroo 
Court . . . paddles and green ribbons for 
freshman . . . severe punishment for dis- 
obedient froshies . . . personality gals . . . 
smiling faces . . . friendly "Hi's" . . . meet 
all incoming teams and welcome players 
. . . "He's a Tiger; Who's a Tiger" . . . 



GtourL 



Black and orange jackets, 
symbol of the Growlers ♦ . . 
boys' pep club . . . purpose 
to help welcome incoming 
athletic teams . . . boost en- 
thusiasm at football games 
. . . recently re-activated . . . 
honorary organization con- 
sisting of eight members . . . 
President Bob Johnson . . . 
Vice-president Jack Shoup 
. . . Secretary-treasurer Scott 
Moxley . . . Dean Gadd fac- 
ulty sponsor and honorary 
member . . . Growlers Club 
hopes to become an influen- 
tial men's organization for 
sports and activities. 




Standing: Ted Manning, Bob Johnson, Dick Winternitz 
Sitting: Fred Morath, Scott Moxley, Jack Sanders. Orin Soest, 

Jack Shoup 




2nd row: Florence Tonelli, Peter Page, Priscilla Putnam, 
Enid Turner, Virginia Gilles, Ted Manning 

1st row: James Sykes, De Ruth Wright, Lois Schiager, 
Mary Ann Coleman, Stuart Creighton, Jean 
McConnell, Penelope Pappas, Johana Harris, 
Martha Goss 



£utetjQi 



Musical organization com- 
posed of all students taking 
music . . . musical programs pre- 
sented by students . . . faculty 
speakers and artists . . . recep- 
tions for visiting artists . . . 
chance for students to show tal- 
ent . . . present pop" concerts 
every spring . . . 
certs and recitals 
opera "Martha" . 
Penelope Pappas . 
dent, Priscilla Putnam . . . secre- 
tary treasurer, Martha Goss . . , 



sponsors con- 

. . . presented 

. . president, 

vice presi- 



Under the direction of Dr. 
Boothroyd . . . furnish music 
for weekly chapel meeting 
. . . special music Christmas, 
Thanksgiving, Easter and 
other holidays . . . 






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Chapel Committee 

Purpose is to meet and wel- 
come chapel speakers . . . make 
arrangements for them to have 
conferences with students and 
faculty . . . introduce speakers 
to campus and city and make 
it a pleasure for them to visit 

c.c. ... 



Eleanor Moody, Georgia Day, Nancy Martsolf, Lee 
Ann Ballantyne, Sally Reeds 



(2. & Plants 

One of the most active 
organizations on campus . . . 
three successful plays, "The 
Male Animal". . ."Taming of 
the Shrew". . ."El Cristo". . . 
big party after each play for 
entire crew . . . many work on 
properties, stage crew, make- 
up, and lighting . . . plays pre- 
sented in Art Center Theater 
with demand performances at 
camps and for various drives 
. . . Mr. Woodson Tyree is 
new director and sponsor . . . 
a most successful year for a 
most successful group . . . 





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W.A.A. Board: 

Standing: Mrs. Weed, Jean Ennis, Annette Wilcox, Enid Turner, Martha Barton, Helen Holmes, 

Frances Stein 
Sitting: Shirley Burnett, Dorothy Scott, Patricia Guthrie, Beth Hunter, Jean Christiansen, Eleanor Moody 



IV. A 4. 



Women's Athletic Association . . . intra- 
mural tournaments . . . basketball game with 
WACS, we beat 'em too! . . . Barbie Bartlett 
and Beth Hunter swing the bat to make a 
homer every time . . . Susie McPhee's long 
basketball shots . . . spectators cheer wildly 
. . . swimming . . ping pong . . . ice skating 
. . . archery . . . good sportsmanship empha- 
sized . . . picnics . . . Eleanor Moody, presi- 
dent . . . Beth Hunter, vice president . . . 
Jean Christiansen, secretary . . . Helen 
Holmes, treasurer . . . 



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U/akuta 



Honorary women's athletic organization 
. . . encourage sports on campus . . . members 
specialize in at least one sport ... 1 5 maxi- 
mum number of members . . . parties . . . 
picnics . . . cooperates with W.A.A. in spon- 
soring intramurals ... all athletic girls 
strive to become members . . . Nancy Van 
Stone, president . . . Patricia Guthrie, vice 
president . . . Beth Hunter, secretary- 
treasurer . . . 



Wakuta: 

Third Row: Sally Ketring, Claire Colwell, Mrs. Weed, Barbara Dick, Mary I. Day 

Second Row: Jean Melcher, Georgia Day, Molly Williams, Jean Christiansen, Eleanor Moody 

First Row: Beth Hunter, Patricia Guthrie, Nancy Van Stone 




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Mad scramble every week to put out the 
"latest" at C.C. . . . hunting madly for an exciting 
feature . . . getting someone to cover the lecture 
at the art center . . . freshman vs. upperclassmen 
editorials . . . Conrad Wilson, editor, dashing 
around gathering news . . . Fred Morath, busi- 
ness manager, constantly on the business men to 
get advertising . . . other able helpers are Lila 
Lee Coleman, associate editor; Paul Baessler, 
sports editor; Jane McComb, coed editor; Philip 
Eakins, copyreader; and Mary Jane Mohler, 
editorials . . . 



Publication Eoatd 

Editor and Business Mana- 
gers of the Tiger and Nug- 
get . . . coordinate publica- 
tions . . . discuss and rehash 
editorial policies . . . applica- 
tions for editorship of Tiger 
and Nugget . . . 



Conrad Wilson, Editor; 
Fred Morath, Business Manager 



Norma Lindgren, Sally Rhodes. Brelere Plettner, 
Mary Jane Mohler, Jane McComb, Fred Morath 



Conrad Wilson, Ray Abrams. Philip Eakins, 
Jeanne Harris be rger, Virginia Mann, Jean 
Prescott 




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A/uajet 

Under the leadership of Ann 
Enstrom, Editor, and Elizabeth 
Gilliland, business manager . . . 
long hours and sleepless nights for 
staff . . . Loyde Knutson flashing 
pictures continuously . . . endless 
stacks of copy to be checked . . . 
dummy slowly taking shape . . . 
final proofs sent to printer . . . days 





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Business Staff: 

Patricia Guthrie, Elizabeth Gilliland, Jean Look 



Elizabeth Gilliland, Business Manager 
Ann Enstrom, Editor 

of impatient waiting . . . then THE 
NUGGET . . . staff members in- 
cluded Hope Sabin, Associate 
Editor; Eleanor Moody, organiza- 
tion; Jean Christiansen, athletics; 
Frances Burritt, administration; 
Janice Long and Dorothy Richard- 
son, copy-readers; Blanche Wise 
and Patricia Charlson, snaps; 
Frances Leman, assistant editor; 
Sally Ketring and Gloria Canepa, 
classes; and Patricia Guthrie, as- 
sistant business manager . . . 



Louise Jones, Alma Jean Dil- 
lingham, Jean Harrisberger, 
Eleanor Moody, Jean Chris- 
tiansen 



Jane McComb, Mary I. Day, Shir- 
ley Burnett, Ann Enstrom, Betsy 
Gilbert, Ruth Gonser 



Standing: Marjorie Landsberg, 
Janice Long, Jack Sanders, 
Patricia Roth 

Sitting: Sally Lewis, Hazel King, 
Barbara Reynolds 




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Sitting: Philip Eakins, Joan Brady, Conrad Wilson, Alice Van Arsdale, 
Helen Louise Durbin, Dr. Abbott, Phyllis Coffin, Virginia Frank- 
enberger, Laurlie Mitchell, Frances Leman, Elizabeth Gilliland, 
Ray Abrams, Mr. Tyree 

Standing: Maurice Notch, Sam Hopper, Barbara Ehler, Gerald Jones 



Student Totum 

Informal discussion group . . . discusses 
current events, philosophy, drama, art, or 
anything of interest . . . faculty member 
or student gives short speech followed by 
panel discussion of the subject . . . meets 
twice a month . . . Mr. Tyree, faculty 
advisor . . . Phyllis Coffin, chairman . . . 
Margery Coffin, vice chairman . . . 



Jlennox -ffou5e Jsoatd 

Composed of members of the faculty 
and student body . . . settle problems which 
arise concerning management of Lennox . . . 
rules on hours and recreational facilities . . . 
sponsors social functions held at student 
union . . . 



Sitting: Dean Fauteaux, Dean Gadd, Salle Edwards, Mrs. 

Maltby 
Standing: Mr. Rawles, Keith Zook, Dean Mathias, Jack 

McClure 




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PcLmia (lolotado 



C.C. hosts at summer camp located 
near Woodland Park ... 25 underpriv- 
ileged boys and girls are guests . . . health- 
ful surroundings . . . lasts a week . . . 
youngsters have opportunity of having 
rest and good food . . . days spent in 
recreation . . . games, crafts . . . C.C. 
students make all the plans and arrange- 
ments . . . supported by voluntary contri- 



butions from students . . . camp committee 
headed by Patty Kerr . . . Jeanne Harris- 
berger, treasurer . . . Eloise McCord, food 
chairman . . . Pat Charlson, pre-investiga- 
tion . . . Ted Manning, drive chairman . . . 
Dolly Frankenberger, handicraft . . . Miss 
Alice van Diest and Dean Roger Hazelton, 
advisors . . . 



Standing: Patricia Kerr. Virginia Frankenberger 

Sitting: Patricia Charlson, Eloise McCord, Barbara Beaver 




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Scrap Drive 



U/al -Qctiritiei 



Colorado College does its part to- 
ward victory . . . Minute maids selling 
war stamps . . . Katherine Davis, minute 
maid chairman . . . gathering scrap 
paper every week . . . Priscilla Putnam, 
scrap paper chairman . . . entertaining 
convalescent soldiers at Camp Carson 
. . . bingo every Saturday night . . . 
riding out to the camp in the back end of 
a cold truck . . . fun for everyone . . . 
many blood donors . . . Barbara Dwyer, 
chairman of blood donors . . . lots of 
good things to eat from victory garden 
. . . Marian Cooper and Barbara Beaver 
Chairmen of victory garden . . . pealers 
and potters helped prepare food in the 
kitchen . . . entertained lonely soldiers 
at the Y.M.C.A. . . . Red Cross work 
. . . nurses' aid . . . hospital volunteers 
. . . poster work . . . help at the O.P.A. 
office . . . Phyllis Brothers general chair- 
man . . . 



Minute Maids 




Victory Gardeners 




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Mildred Appling 
Maxine Heberer 



Phyllis Brothers 

Eleanor Louthan 

Sally Rinkle 



Penelope Corye Doris-Gale Crownover Jean Hartwig 

Ruth McClintock Winnifred Pike Margaret Raymond 

Jeanne Roberts Henry Vaag 



Phi Heta Kappa 



Phi Beta Kappa, honorary scholastic fraternity, elected 13 seniors and two juniors . . . 
one-seventh of the graduating class elected each year . . . goal of almost every college student 
. . . installed at C.C. in 1904 . . . activities have been curtailed since the Navy program 
started . . . 



STUDENT MEMBERS 

Elected since February 1944 



FACULTY MEMBERS 



Mildred Appling 
Phyllis Jean Brothers 
Marjorie Coffin 
Penelope Corye 
Doris-Gale Crownover 
Maxine Heberer 
Jean Hartwig 



Henry Vaag (Junior) 



Kathleen Joy 

Eleanor Louthan 

Ruth McClintock (Junior) 

Winnifred Pike 

Margaret Raymond 

Sally Rinkle 

Jeanne Roberts 



George L. Anderson 
Lorena A. Berger 
Leo W. Bortree 
Edith C. Bramhall 
Frank M. Chambers 
David W. Crabb 
Thurston J. Davies 
Amanda Ellis 
Louise W. Fauteaux 

Charies 



Ralph J. Gilmore 
Don B. Gould 
Edward D. Hale 
Margaret M. Hansman 
Lewis M. Knapp 
Frank A. Krutzke 
Charles T. Latimer 
Carroll B. Malone 
Thomas H. Rawles 
H. Sisam 



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Grayson house, center of a big time 
all the time . . . picnics . . . get-togeth- 
ers . . . just play boys at heart . . . 
house adjutants were Robert W. 
Jones and Edgar D. Dodds . . . master 
adjutant, Robert H. Hoseman . . . 
football lettermen were Ed Dobbs, 
Bill Smith, and Carl Rodine . . . Gray- 
son honored by having the two foot- 
ball managers, C. G. Dahl and L. J. 
Vernon . . . also had the basketball 
manager, A. M. Ramunno and A. E. 
Gray, the hockey manager . . . Gray- 
son was full of hockey players includ- 
ing such notables as C. G. Dahl, R. L. 
Harper, C. E. Peterson, and Carl 
Rodine . . . 



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Hagerman Hall is nothing but a 
hall of notables . . . those who starred 
at football are Ben Cardinelli, Stan 
Corey, Ray Hayes, Charles A. Os- 
borne, Jack Purdy, Ed Scott, Chester 
Wentworth, Joe Brookshire, Fred 
Crouch, D. E. Spencer . . . basketball 
heroes are R. B. Aggson, Del Mad- 
dox, Ed Scott, Bud Spratlen, Bill 
Carey . . . those responsible for Hag- 
erman's softball victories include Ed 
Scott, Joe Brookshire, G. Carstens, B. 
Tracy, R. Hooker, W. Gandy, G. C. 
Carpenter . . . hockey stars are R. G. 
Buckley, R. Hooker, D. R. Jones . . . 
not only is Hagerman full of notables 
but it also has won its share of the 
intramurals . . . house adjutants in- 
clude Del Maddox, R. Hooker and 
Henry Etchemendy . . . the Master of 
Arms who resides at Hagerman is 
Osborne C. Wickham . . . Hagerman 
is a great place . . . 



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Qacklon 4fou5e 



Cut it short on the telephone . . . make it 
snappy with that shower . . . hurry! You 11 
miss muster . . . nothing but a big time at Jack- 
son . . . house adjutants were Pvt. G. B. Powell 
and Pvt. L. F. Haegen . . . intramural basket- 
ball winners . . . also softball champs . . . Del 
Maddox and Gizmo Gray served as Battalion 
Athletic Adjutants . . . outstanding football 
players were Johnny Zeigler, Reed Nostrom, 
Vince Gadbow, Bob Errett, George Kinnick, 
Blair Dalton, Willie Brown, Eddie Farrington, 
Dan Goers, Jack Hudnell, Joe Harvatin, Bill 
Latch, Moe Miller, Mac McKibben, John 
Overman, Grant Powell, Ralph Scott, Dutch 
Van Schoonevelt . . . basketball heroes are 
Dan Goers, Rex Hester, George Kinnick, Le- 
Roy McWhinney, John Pfeffer, Grant Powell 
. . . Hockey lettermen are Jason Johnson and 
Verne Collier . . . other notables include Maury 
Notch, Battalion Commander and Rusty Gates, 
king of the Gold Diggers Ball . . . 



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Everything reversed is the by- 
line for the evening . . . hours spent 
by coeds balancing budget to cover 
the cost of dinner, drinks, corsage, 
tips and transportation to the 
Broadmoor . . . girls worn out from 
helping dates with their coats, 
opening doors for them, and being 
general "my girl Friday". . . girls 
adorned dates with corsages made 
of anything from soup to nuts . . . 
Rusty Gates, Marine Representa- 
tive, reigned as king for the affair 
. . . Bernie Campbell, Navy repre- 
sentative and Dick Winternitz, 
Civilian representative, completed 
the kings court . . . 




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NAVY BALL QUEEN 

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Standing: Lila Weichbrodt, Betty Handy, Natalie Burris, Gail Sedgewick, Martha Barton, Jean Melcher, 

Salle Edwards 
Sitting: Jane Burritt, Phyllis Brothers, Jeanne Roberts, Susan McPhee, Ethel Biggs, Barbara Guy, 

Mary Lou Campbell 



A/avu V-12 Jiummet rotmal 

V-12 summer formal . . . sororities and independents selected 
three girls to run for queen . . . non-partisan board chose Gail 
Sedgewick, Jane Burritt, Ethel Biggs, Susan McPhee, and Jeanne 
Roberts to be final candidates . . . men on the campus voted Jeanne 
Roberts to reign as queen of the evening . . . 



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CIVILIAN BALL QUEEN 



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Civilian Ball Queen Attendants: Rose Mary Tonelli, Sally Wickwire, Sally Ketring, Virginia Mann. 



Chilian Hall 



Winter formal held at the Broadmoor . . . Navy V-12 Unit guest 
of the civilian men . . . beautiful crowning ceremony for queen, Connie 
Stevens and her attendants . . . each sorority and independent 
organization selected one girl to be entered as a contestant for 
queen . . . 



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Jeanne Nelson 



SNOW SHUFFLE QUEEN 



Gamma Phi Beta 



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Snow Shuffle Queen Attendants: Billie Lewis, Nancy Roberts, 
Joyce Bowman, Sally Lewis. 



Informal dance for the freshmen girls and their dates . . . Bemis 
dining room converted into ski lodge for the occasion . . . delicious food 
. . . music by Harry James, Glenn Miller, T. Dorsey, and Shep Fields . . . 
Jeanne Nelson voted queen by the boys at the dance . . . candidates for 
queen were selected by the Cub Club, sponsors of the dance . . . 



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Gail Sedgewick 



Atote Iseautu 



Lila Weichbrodt and Jeanne Roberts 





88 



■Athletic* 




TootUl 



LT. ROBERT HAMMOND 

Assistant Coach 




CHIEF S. RYERSON 
Assistant Coach 




CAPT. HANS GUENTHER 
Assistant Coach 



HAROLD A. WHITE 
Head Coach 




CC. TIGERS VS. 2ND AIR FORCE SUPERBOMBERS 




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24 Superbombers 

Washburn 

7 New Mexico U. 

13 Fort Warren 

12 Denver University 

28 Colorado University 

21 Utah University 

40 Colorado University 

27 Denver U. (Bond game) 

The Colorado College Tigers came through the 1944 football season with a 50-50 record, winning four 
and losing four, hard-fought games. 

A night game at Penrose Stadium against the Superbombers . . . Trip to New Mexico against the Lobos 
. . . Night game at Denver versus the Pioneers . . . Trip to Boulder encountering our eternal rival, the Buffs . . . 
Home games against Washburn, Fort Warren, Utah U., and C. U. . . . Winding up with a post-season War 
Bond game in Denver, against D. U. 

Summing up the season in players as well as games we find Zeigler and Nostrom of the '43 championship 
team, their loss in mid-season was a great one. Other "old-timers" included Chuck Osborne. Bob Errett, 
Joe Harvatin and Tiny Wentworth, all of whom made a wonderful showing. New and promising talent 
included Dan Goers, fullback; Billy Latch, guard; John Overman, guard; Billy Smith, back; and Ed Scott, end. 
All of these men did a beautiful job on the football field, some playing their first college ball and others their 
first football after many months overseas. 

Hats off to a fine team of '44, and here's to an equally or more successful season in '45. 



AT WILL ROGERS STADIUM 





Glenn McKibben 



Johnny Zeigler 



Bill Elam 




Jim Elliott 



Chuck Osborne 




Lee Lincoln 



Blair Dalton 

92 



Johnny Robertson 



^v 




Jim Carr 




Tiny Wentworth 



Ray Hayes 




Frank Cook 



Tom Hollcraft 




Herman Richman 



George Lukich 

93 



Stan Corey 




George Kinnick 



Reid Nostrom 



Vince Gadbow 




Ed Dodds 



Johnny Steele 




Joe Harvatin 



Bob Errett 

94 



Jack Purdy 




R. Farrington 



Billy Latch 



Billy Smith 




Dan Goers 



Ben Cardinelli 




John Overman 



Joe Brookshire 

95 



Ralph Scott 





CLARENCE DAHL 

Manager 



CHARLES MILLER 



a, jjjf %OU^ o jfe ,£ RO r X %5ft, &2 



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CHIEF JOHN F. McCREARY 

Assistant Coach 



fiaslcetball 




HAROLD A. WHITE 
Head Coach 




Kneeling: G. Powell, R. W. Hester, }. D. Nelson, B. E. Tracy, J. R. Pfeffer, G. Kinnick, R. B. Aggson 
Standing: Chief McCreary, Assistant Coach; A. M. Ramuno, Manager; V. A. Parris, L. McWhinney, 
R. F. Jackson, W. D. Carey, E. E. Scott, D. Maddox, Coach Harold A. White 



97 




RONALD AGGSON 



Six victories and eleven losses were the results of a seven- 
teen-game basketball season, '44-45, here at C.C. Among these 
are included eleven home games against various local (Colorado) 
teams and one visiting team from California, George Pepperdine. 
The C.C. quintet also traveled to Pueblo, Boulder, Greeley, and 
to Denver for an A.A.U. meet game. 

Filling the center position was Bill Carey; at guard Del 
Maddox and Ronnie Aggson, and Ed Scott and Vernon Paris at 
forward, all putting in a fine season and backed by other talented 
cagers, as Hester, Nelson, Tracey, Jackson, Kinnick, Pfeffer, 
McWhinney, Spratlen and Walters. 



DEL MADDOX 



VERNON PARIS 



BILL CAREY 




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C. C 35 

C. C 46 

C. C 35 

C. C .36 

C. C 30 

C. C... 33 

C. C 66 

C. C 41 

C. C 56 

C. C 44 

C. C 28 

C. C 41 

C. C 44 

C. C 78 

C. C 57 

C. C 53 

C. C 42 



BOB JACKSON 
1944-45 BASKETBALL 

41 Peterson Field 

51 .Walker Field 

53 Geo. Pepperdine 

51... Pueblo Air Base 

47 Colorado University 

57 Colorado University 

44 Greeley State 

51.. Denver University 

47 Glenwood Springs Hospital 

45 Glenwood Springs Hospital 

29 Peterson Field 

33 Colorado Aggies 

42 Denver University 

39 Greeley State 

53 Pueblo Air Base 

55. Colorado Aggies 

45 Poudre Valley Creamery (A.A.U.) 



BRYCE TRACY 



GEORGE KINNICK 



JACK NELSON 



LEROY McWHINNEY 




99 




Kneeling: R. G. Buckley. D. R. Jones, R. L. Harper, C. G. Dahl, K. G. Freyschlag, V. P. Collier 
Standing: A. E. Grey, Manager; O. H. Soest, J. S. Johnson, C. G. Rodine, R. Hooker, L. B. Maytag, G. E. 
Peterson, G. R. Scott, S. C. Knoop, G/Sgt. Moore, Coach 



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Gunnery Sgt. C. E. Moore 
coached the C.C. Pucksters in 
an exciting season ... in three 
practice scrimmages the Puck- 
sters encountered the 2nd Air 
Force Falcons twice, C.C. los- 
ing 6-5 in the first and a 1-1 
tie in the second, and defeating 
the C.S.H.S. sextet 2-0 .. . 
two scheduled season games 
were versus the Colorado 
Springs Rangers, the Pucksters 
losing 6-5, and the 2nd Air 
Force Falcons defeating them 
3-1. 




100 



'T'cack 







CHIEF B. MEISNER 

Ass't Coach 



SGT. J. LILLEY 

Ass't Coach 



JO E. IRISH 
Coach 




1st row: Williams, Johnson, Richman, Cockrell, Burrows, D. Jones. Christenson, Callas 

2nd row: Burgess, R. Jones, Anderson, Scott, Shafton, Huffman, Suttie, Thompson, Hazard 

3rd row: Coach Jo E. Irish, Brestol, Wentworth, Pryor, Krueger, Dykstra, Adams, Manager Zorach, 

Assistant Coach Bernard Meisner 
4th row: Cross, Machado, Seiferling, Spratlen 



101 




ANDY DYKSTRA 



JOHN ZORACK 

Manager 



I 
DANN^ BRESTOL 



Ttack 



Coached by Jo E. Irish and captained by 
A. S. John Hazard, the 1944 Tiger track team 
participated in six meets. 

Placing second in the Colorado Relays . . . 
Second in both dual meets with Lowry Field and 
C.U. . . . Second in a triangular meet at Colorado 
Springs . . . First in a quadrangular meet at 
Denver . . . Winding up their season with third 
place in the A.A.U. meet. 



JACK SEIFERLING 



ELLIS COCKRELL 



MIKE CALLAS 




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IRV CROSS 





GEORGE 


KRUEGER 




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JOHN MACHADO 



JOHN HAZARD 



LEONARD SHAFTON 
JOHN ZEIGLER 



RONALD CHRISTENSEN 







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103 



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Colors! 



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104 





Just Doing Nothing 



Ah! Seniors 



Just Thinking 




"I'm In the Army Now" 
Mutt and Jeff 



Where's the Fire? 




105 




Stan 
The eternal pastime 



Kappa Queens Careful Dottie 

Hamlin views 



Mrs. Uppington? 



Miss Eager Beaver 



After lunch 




106 





The '45 Club 



Pretty interesting fire-truck 








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Not too studious 



Roomies 



Look at the birdie 



On the steps of College Place 




107 




J1ovq Un HLoom 





108 



-Hdwzti5ement5 



B 



uy 

OOks at the 

OOK HOME 



NEW 

USED 

FOREIGN 



Books 



LENDING LIBRARY 

LEO MOHL 

The Book Home 



16 E. Kiowa 



M. 1688 




for gifts 

of 

enduring charm 




12 N. Tejon Street 
COLORADO SPRINGS 

534 Sixteenth Street 
DENVER 



Western Hospitality at Its Peak 




GEO. 0. TEATS 



Building 
Contractor 



ANTLERS ~ 

Colorado Springs' Largest 
and Finest Hotel 

The Popular Coffee Shop 
and Main Dining Room 

where foods of Antlers Hotel high 
standards of quality are prepared 
by Antlers Hotel chefs and served 
at popular prices. Club and plate 
meals, also a la carte service. 

Beautiful Copper Grove for Dining and Dancing 
With Fine Orchestra 



Telephone 7584 



1701 N. Nevada Ave. 
Colorado Springs, Colo. 



GET THE LORIG HABIT 



YOU, TOO, WILL FIND 



THAT IT PAYS 



LORIG'S 



107 S. Tejon 



MEN'S WEAR 



HENDRIE & 
BOLTHOFF 

MFG. & SUPPLY CO. 



Machinery — Tools 

Electrical Supplies — General Supplies 

Motors — Appliances 

Builders Hardware 

Automotive Parts and Equipment 

Welding Supplies, Etc. 

You Can Depend Upon H & B 
Thousands Have — "Since 1861" 

211 East Colorado Avenue 

COLORADO SPRINGS 



LOCATED for YOUR CONVENIENCE 



"PHONE US FIRST" 



Colle* 



Cle52 



er*s 



Main 2958 



BILL" HOBBS, Prop. 



825 North Tejon Street 



JQefjtelh l/ouuelfi 




It's natural for popular names 
to acquire friendly abbrevia- 
tions. That's why you hear 
Coca-Cola called "Coke". 



Coca-Cola 
Bottling Co. 



Colorado Springs, Colorado 



111 



nuro 



EDUCATION, IS A FIRM 

FOUNDATION 
ON WHICH TO BUILD 



City of Colorado Springs 

DEPT. of PUBLIC UTILITIES 



112 



TO MAINTAIN THE PAYROLL IN 
COLORADO SPRINGS 



Ule... 




COAL/ 



WHOLESALERS RETAILERS 

PRODUCERS 



THE 
PIKES PEAK 

FUEL 

Division of the Golden Cycle Corporation 



Colorado Springs 
TELEPHONE MAIN 

577 

Denver, Colorado Pueblo, Colorado 

Phone Main 6181 Phone 505 

Cripple Creek District Phone Cripple 8 and Victor 55 



113 



CITY COAL MINES 

FOR DEPENDABLE 
FUEL 



118 North Tejon 



Main 67 



Waymire Clothing Co. 

24 South Tejon 

HART-SCHAFFNER & MARX 
CLOTHES 

DOBBS & STETSON 
HATS 




Pop 
Corn 



Manitou Springs 

"Soda Springs Pavilion' 



Colorado Springs 

"Busy Corner" 
104^ Pikes Peak Ave. 



Zecha & Adams 

Specialized Lubrication and Washing 

"Oil Plating" and Best 

Modern Service 

"Your Mileage Merchants" 

830 North Nevada Corner Cache la Poudre 

Main 5441 



HOME OF PROTECTED LINENS 

'LAUNDRY SERVICE AS YOU LIKE IT" 



Compliments 
of the 



Phone 
Main 
1085 

329 N. TEJON 




ecrless 

FVRNITVRE ttf. 



Crissey-Fowler 
Lumber Company 

BEST WISHES 

TO THE 
CLASS OF 45 

Phone Main 101 117-129 West Vermijo 

COLORADO SPRINGS, COLORADO 



Men's Clothing 

AND FURNISHINGS 

Standard merchandise only — but at prices that 
assure you of honest values. 

HEIDELBERG'S 

10 North Tejon 



114 



H. L. STANDLEY 

PHOTOGRAPHER 

224 NORTH TEJON 

HAND COLORED VIEWS OF COLORADO 
Framed and Unframed 

Commercial Work, Finishing, Copying 

Lantern Slides, Enlargements, Picture Framing 


Compliments 
of the 

Colorado Springs 
Bus Co. 

Main 556 515 South Cascade 


SHEWMAKER'S 

Camera Shop 

Phone 960 
30 N. Tejon St. Colorado Springs 

Careful Workmanship 
EVERYTHING FOR THE CAMERA 


"SAY IT WITH FLOWERS" 
"SAY IT WITH OURS" 

^^£^^^^ 

110 North Tejon Street Main 599 


THE 

MAHAN JEWELRY 
COMPANY 

26 EAST PIKES PEAK AVENUE 


McCarthy 

and 

COMPANY 

Offers the Best Service in 

PLUMBING and HEATING 


J B6TT6R, JGWCLfcy 
121 North Tejon Main 674 


L/Ur r £j£j PASTRIES 

Roasters candies 

Since 1899 • 

THE DERN CO. 



15 




The California Kids at the Biltmore Bowl 



C. C. Picnickers 



Surveying Washburn 



Wreathed in Smiles 




116 




"Chris" and "Moody" made me do this. 



Our Favorite Gym Teacher 



Ye Bonnie Lassie 



I don't believe it! 




117 



tt 




the casual shop 
Pome to * e ° T life, • • 
i The clotKes ^°" T castt als. 
foT „ 'Terlans-S^ aTeT l k sw its 
eas? g° wg ■ , ^im suits, slac 

pto u dog^ oU 

. ana M <• loo k. 

that so aes' 




CALIFORNIA 



CLASSICS 



PERKINS - SHEARER 



CHARACTER IN CLOTHES 



AMERICA'S MOST COMPLETE YEAR 
AROUND RESORT 



Ice Skate 

public sessions 

daily 

in Broadmoor 

Ice Palace 




Swim 

in heated mountain 

water in Broadmoor 

pool 



SPECIAL PARTY RATES FOR CLUBS AND CLASSES 



BROADMOOR HOTEL 

COLORADO SPRINGS 



118 



Up-to-the-minute 



College Fashions 



For many years Giddings has been proud 
and happy to keep the smartly dressed C. C. 
co-eds in the latest styles. 



GIDDINGS 

LEADING DEPARTMENT STORE FOR OVER 70 YEARS 



(zolotado (?olUac Man and Women 



... on battle fronts round the world 
are serving their country ... to keep 
America free. Here at home the Denver- 
Colorado Springs-Pueblo-Motorway, unit 
of the far-flung National Trailways sys- 
tem, is also dedicated to the great task of 
winning the war . . . but is looking ahead 
to times of peace . . . and planning lux- 
urious new buses for your travel thru 
the Rockies. 



DENVER-COLORADO SPRINGS- 
PUEBLO TRAILWAYS 

Union Bus Depot 
3 North Nevada Avenue Phone Main 1101 





119 



JohnSOIl-English Prescriptions 

Drug Co. " Ius ! wha f th , e . 

CT Doctor ordered 

The Johnson-English Drug Company 

134 North Tcjon Main 1400 

Colorado Springs, Colorado 

Bijou at Tejon Streets Quality and Service 



ISAAC BROTHERS 

Jewelers . . 



129 North Tejon Street 

Colorado Springs, Colorado 

Main 2252 



Compliments 
of 

The 

VILLAGE INN 



QUALITY LUNCH 

106^ East Pikes Peak Avenue 
COLORADO SPRINGS, COLORADO 



Berwick Electric Co. 



8 E. Bijou 



M. 939 



GEORGE'S PLACE 

HAMBURGER AND BARBECUE 
SANDWICHES 

Buy 'Em by the Sack 

222 South Tejon Phone Main 1368 



The Seldomridge Grain Company 

FLOUR, FEED, GRAIN, INSECTICIDES, 
FERTILIZERS AND SEEDS 

Telephone Main 12 201 West Colorado Ave. 

Colorado Springs, Colo. 

Uptown Store 1 5 E. Colorado Ave. 



MILLER MUSIC CO. 

"Where Music Is Siveetest" 

114 E. Pikes Peak Main 1267 

A TREASURE HOUSE OF 

GIFTS 

RECORDS SHEET MUSIC 



FOOTWEAR'S FINEST! 



• I.MILLER 

• DE LISO DEBS 

• COLLEGEBRED 

• JOHANSEN 

— and favorite non-rationed play shoes 

COX BROTHERS 

26 N. Tejon 



^he ^IJalue of an Idea is Qreatly 

Enhanced < 23;y Its Presentation^ 

• 

THE DENTAN PRINTING CO. 

Printers With Ideas 
Colorado Springs, Colorado 



It Pays to Look Your Best 

College Barber Shop 

HOWARD CORDINGLY 

Across From the Campus 



China Ware, Glassware, Cooking Utensils 
Janitor Supplies for Institutions and Homes 

Gardner's Supply House 



324 North Tejon Street 



Phone Main 324 



ROY H. WATERS WM. W. HITE 

THE BENNETT-SHELLENBERGER 
REALTY COMPANY 

Real Estate, Insurance and Rentals 
210 North Tejon Street Colorado Springs 



GOLD NUGGET 
SANDWICH SHOP 

FOR QUICK, TASTY SNACK 
5 S. TEJON 




Flowers by Wire 

Inc. 

Distinctive Corsages 
Main 214 

206 North Tejon 



THE 

METROPOLE 



113 E. Colorado Ave. 



CAFE 

Colorado Springs 



120 



THE WIGWAM 

For Your Gifts, Greeting Cards 
and Souvenirs 

108 East Pikes Peak Ave. 



Edith Farnsworth's Book Shop 

BOOKS GIFTS 

LENDING LIBRARY 



111 East Pikes Peak 



Phone Main 823 



Out West Tent & Awning Co. 

18 East Kiowa Street Colorado Springs 

Phone Main 1261 

CANVAS GOODS— LABORATORY APRONS 
F. E. KOHLER. Owner 



WE ARE PROUD TO BE 

Colorado Springs' Leading 
Sportswear Shop 

CLAMPS 



29 South Tejon Street 



Main 1342 



Swiss 
Chalet 



Beautifully and Restfully 

Appointed in Its 

Swiss Motif 

and with a cuisine such as you have so 
enjoyed and appreciated in the finest 
restaurants both east and west. 



117 East Pikes Peak 



E. H. EDWARDS R. E. EDWARDS 

The Bakers' Service Co. 

331 East Pikes Peak 

Bakery and Institutional 

Supplies 
Colorado Springs, Colorado 



A PERKINS TV l\ 
UTO T R 1 1V1 



SEAT COVERS 

"Tailored Covers That Fit" 

Auto Tops — Upholstering 
Auto Painting a Specialty 

23 South Cascade Avenue Main 1870 



Headquarters for Young About Towners' 
Clothes and Hair-dos 

Gray Rose Dress & Beauty Shop 

24 NORTH TEJON ST. MAIN 2701-2700 



Gertrudes Beauty Specialists 



311 N. Tejon 



M. 1528 



COSMETICS 

AND 

ACCESSORIES 



Headquarters for Graphic Arts 

Sherwin-Williams 

PAINT COMPANY 
122 North Tejon Main 254 



LUCAS 



SPORTING 
GOODS CO., Inc. 

Headquarters for Everything in 

Sporting Goods . . . Bicycles 

Quality Merchandise Reasonable Prices 

120 North Tejon Street Main 900 




Y^ 



THE 
TYPEWRITER 

MAN 



105 N. Tejon St. 



Main 95 



dcactOf 



CLEhNERS £ DYERS 



10 Per Cent Discount for Cash and Carry 
328 North Tejon St. Phone Main 2 1 28 



Compliments 

National Commission Co. 

109 South Cascade Street 
Main 25 



STRICTLY A PHARMACY 

Always Pulling for C. C. 

MEDICAL ARTS PHARMACY 

Incorporated 

25 East Pikes Peak Ave. Main 368 



PHONE 

MAIN 1183 



Me 



QP^^^fB E. Cache la Poudre 



MEADOW GOLD 
PASTEURIZED DAIRY PRODUCTS 

MILK— CREAM— SOFT CURD HOMOGENIZED MILK 
BUTTER— ICE CREAM 

THE MOWRY CREAMERY CO. 

Colorado Springs, Colorado 



121 



• 




Penny for your thoughts. 
Surprised? 



Straight from Greeley 



Take it easy Girlies 
She's an old Cowhand 



Off to Murray's? 



Chow Line 




122 




RAH! RAH! RAH! 



Flag detail 



Pass it around, please 




123 



GAZETTE and 
TELEGRAPH 



When you leave College and return to 
your home, either for the summer or 
permanently, as the case may be, let us 
suggest that you keep informed about your 
friends and associates at Colorado College 
by having the Gazette and Telegraph 
mailed to you every day. The cost is small. 



Morning . . , Evening . . . Sunday 



PLUMBING • HEATING • GAS FITTING 



Personal Attention to Repair Work 
All Work Guaranteed 



Simmons Plumbing 

AND 

Heating Co. 



• • • 



403-405 E. Pikes Peak 



Phone Main 789 



FOR . Information 

. Entertainment 
. News 

COLORADO COLLEGE PEOPLE 
KEEP TUNED TO 





COLUMBIA BROADCASTING CO. 



124 



OUR THANKS 
FOR YOUR 

LOYAL 
SUPPORT 



COLORADO 
SPRINGS' 
THEATRE 

BEAUTIFUL 




An Old 
C. C. Custom 



FOR 



MEET 

at 



MORE 
THAN 

THIRTY 
YEARS 



Murray's 



MAIN 1673, 1674 and 1675 

PLUMBING 

SHEET METAL 

IRON FIREMAN 
STOKER 



DOUGLAS JARDINE 

COLORADO SPRINGS 
COLORADO 



P. O. BOX 126 



HEATING 
ROOFING 
AIR CONDITIONING 



E. W. Hughes and Company 

Investment Securities 
Government Issues 

COLORADO SPRINGS 



125 



I [l)AxlcHi/Tnand I 



I 

-m COLORADO SPRINGS FASHIONS %%«%§ 




LABELED 
for SUCCESS 
1945 



QUALITY 
ELEGANCE 
and DISTINCTION 



the well dressed 
youth seeks . . . 
in fashions bearing 
this familiar label 




• SPORTING GOODS • 

SPORTS ARE RECOGNIZED AS A VITAL 

AID TO PHYSICAL FITNESS 

RELAX— PLAY AND KEEP FIT 

BLICK SPORTING GOODS CO. 

119 North Tejon St. Main 930 

"EVERYTHING FOR EVERY SPORT" 



"EVERYTHING IN FLOWERS, PLANTS AND 
CORSAGES" 

PAULS FLOWERS 

PAUL F. KIPP, Owner and Manager 

1524 N. Tcjon St. Fonc Main 6484 

Colorado Springs, Colorado 



NEW PROCESS 

Curtain and Dry Cleaners 

CHARLES REINKE, Proprietor 

Specializing in . . . Curtains — Drapes — Suits — 
Dresses — Rugs — Upholstery and Dry Cleaning 

13 East Kiowa Main 531 



SHOE REPAIRING WHILE YOU WAIT 

TODD'S 

SHOE TREES — SHOE POLISHES 
109^ South Tejon St. 



Throughout the Years . . . Yes, even in 
Wartime . . . Sommers is Famous for Fine 
Foods! Ask most anyone! 

226 NORTH 

TEJON ST. 



SOMMERS 



2Capdk?B 



9 S. Tejon 



M. 686 



MAIN 1160 
Congratulations to Class of '45 

Blair Business College, Inc. 

MAJESTIC BUILDING 
9'/ 2 East Bijou Street 

FLOYD A. DOTY, R. A., President 

COLORADO SPRINGS, COLORADO 



The Prompt Pharmacy 



Quality - Service - Courtesy 



Where You Always Feel at Home 



1 West Colorado Avenue 



126 



FOR THE WELL-DRESSED COED 

MARTIN'S DRESS SHOP 


For 

Fine Photographs 

GLENN ALLEN LAINSON 

STUDIOS 

Nationally Known Fine Photographs 
109 N. Tejon St. Main 2268 


FOR YOUR NEXT FEATHER CUT 

POWDER-PUFF BEAUTY SHOP 

We Specialize In Cold Waves 


Compliments 
of 

A FRIEND 

of 

COLORADO COLLEGE 
AND EDUCATION 


Gowdy-Printcraft Press 

112 East Cucharras • Phone Main 234 

PRINTERS • ENGRAVERS 
PUBLISHERS 

Publishers of 
The Labor News The Daily Transcript 


A NEW NAME 

BUT AN OLD ESTABLISHED BUSINESS 

(RAnDALL^RYAIl (©• 

Purchasers of Teason's Automotive Business 
120 North Weber Colorado Springs 


The Wandell & Lowe 

TRANSFER & STORAGE COMPANY 

Baggage Transfer, 

Household Goods Moved, 

Packed, Shipped 

PHONE MAIN 97 
Office: 17 North Cascade Avenue 


LEARN STENOTYPY 

(The Machine-Wav in Shorthand 1 

Complete Secretarial Training 

DAY AND EVENING CLASSES 

Summer Session Begins June 11 

THE STENOTYPE STUDIO 

MRS. LEOTI EVANS (Stenotype Reporter) 
Over "Busy Corner" Main 6150 


SINTON'S FINE MILK 

PHONE MAIN 442 

SINCE 1880 COLORADO SPRINGS' FINEST 



127 





Time out for a cigarette 



Looks studious anyway 





The march to class 



Soaking up sunshine 



Clean-up squad 



"Does your tobacco taste different" 



Spring is here 




128 




Picnics and sunshine — a perfect combination 




<#* 



Chow! 





Off to where 



m 



■ -# \ 





George! 



The famous lib 




129 



YOUR ALWAYS WELCOME 

at 

GROTE PHARMACY 



Phone Main 980 
802 N. Weber 



Delivery Service 

Colorado Springs 



Every piece of our candy — 

a nugget of pure goodness! 

BARTHEL'C 
131 N. TEJON k^ 






Summer School, July 2 to August 25 




Classes in life drawing, landscape, water color, mural decora- 
tion, etching, and lithography, and methods of art education. 
The faculty will include Boardman Robinson, Otis Dozier, 
Lawrence Barrett, and Edgar Britton. 



130 



2 Good Names 2 

COLORADO 
OLLEGE 

COLORADO 
LOTHING 

21 South Tejon Street 



"ONE STOP" 
SERVICE 

The 

Convenient Way 
to Obtain 

EXPERT ATTENTION 

to Your Car's Needs 

DRIVE IN TOMORROW 

EARL UDICK 

SERVICE 

115121 N. NEVADA 



M. 202 



L®V[© 




jQkotoqtapku 



131 




Colorado College 



Information in regard to Entrance Requirements, Scholarships and 

Course of Study may be obtained by addressing Henry E. Mathias, 

Director of Admission, Colorado College. 



132 




133 



Printing £- 
Stationery Co. 

Colorado Springs Colo. 



134 



INDEX TO ADVERTISERS 



Acacia Cleaners & Dyers 121 

Adler, Jacques 1 10 

Antlers 110 

Baker's Service, The 121 

Barthel's 130 

Bennett-Shellenberger Realty Co 120 

Berwick Electric Co 120 

Blair Business College 126 

Blick Sporting Goods Co. 126 

Broadmoor Hotel 1 18 

Chief 125 

City Coal Mines 114 

City of Colorado Springs 112 

Clamps 121 

Coca-Cola Bottling Co 1 1 1 

College Barber Shop : 120 

College Cleaners 1 1 1 

Colorado Clothing.... _ 131 

Colorado College 132 

Colorado Springs Bus Co 115 

Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center 130 

Cox Brothers 120 

Crandall-Bryan Co 127 

Crissey-Fowler Lumber Co. 1 14 

Davis. Roy A 121 

Dentan Printing Co., The 120 

Denver, Colorado Springs, Pueblo Trailways 119 

Dern Co., The 115 

Farnsworth's Book Shop, Edith 121 

Gardner's Supply House .120 

Gazette & Telegraph 124 

George's Place 120 

Gertrude's Beauty Specialists 121 

Giddings 119 

Gold Nugget Sandwich Shop 120 

Gowdy-Printcraft Press 127 

Grey Rose Dress & Beauty Shop 121 

Grote Pharmacy 130 

Heidelberg's 1 14 

Hendrie 6 Bolthoff 1 1 1 

Hughes & Co., E. W 125 

Isaac Bros 120 

Jardine, Douglas 125 

Johnson-English Drug Co 120 

Kapelke's 126 

Kaufman's 126 

Knutson, Loyde 131 

KVOR 1 24 



Lainson Studios, Glenn Allen 127 

Lorig's 1 1 1 

Lucas Sporting Goods 121 

McCarthy & Co 115 

Mahan Jewelry Co 1 15 

Martin's Dress Shop 1 27 

Martin's Jewelry 115 

Medical Arts Pharmacy 121 

Metropole Cafe 120 

Miller Music Co 120 

Mohl, Leo 110 

Mowry Creamery Co 121 

Murray's 125 

National Commission Co 121 

New Process Cleaners 126 

Out West Printing & Stationery Co 134 

Out West Tent & Awning Co 121 

Patsy's 114 

Paul's Flowers 126 

Pearl Laundry 1 14 

Peerless Furniture Co 1 14 

Perkins Auto Trim 121 

Perkins-Shearer 1 18 

Pikes Peak Floral Shop, The 115 

Pikes Peak Fuel Co 113 

Powder-Puff Beauty Shop 127 

Prompt Pharmacy, The 126 

Quality Lunch 120 

Seldomridge Grain Co 120 

Sherwin-Williams 121 

Shewmaker's 1 15 

Sign of the Rose — 120 

Simmons Plumbing & Heating Co 124 

Sinton's Fine Milk 127 

Sommer's 126 

Standley, H. L 115 

Stenotype Studio, The — 127 

Swiss Chalet 1 2 1 

Teats, Geo. O 110 

Todd's 126 

Udick Service, Earl 131 

Village Inn, The 1 20 

Wandell & Lowe 127 

Waymire Clothing Co.. 1 14 

Wigwam, The 121 

Zecha & Adams 114 



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