Eastern Washington University - Kinnikinick Yearbook (Cheney, WA)

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In addition to housing part of the Women students it accommodates the school dining-room, and with the masculine invasion this year, Monroe Hall has ceased to be the "no-man's land" of the campus. The PRESIDENT'S MANSION was added to the campus group in 1927 and '28, and opened for occupancy in 1929. Furnished in taste, it constitutes a distinctive addition to the school buildings, and besides serving as a home for the executive, it is the scene of fac- ulty receptions, and that attractive feature of graduation week-the farewell reception to the Seniors. SENIOR HALL, the second of the dormitory group on the campus, was begun in 1919, and dedicated during the Winter of 1921. Its sacred precincts are reserved for the upperclass women, who grace its living-room, and make its Sunday morning reception to the faculty a social event of the spring term. 'I-V K SUTTON HALL is the home of the campus men, center of stu- dent politics, origin of inductions deep. 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W- P :L 3'-X vw -. :fd :F fz5g4gf?,f4-,3gg.ff,- P ., ,f A' -' ff. ,,, , 1 4 vu ,1 -ff,--WI, ' " 'M"eifiafiwy-.f',gf.iymr-fJ.q-:af 4.113-pw sei mfg:.51f3Q,1fg1ie-21gig:54x3.'',:,4:y5:',AQA.Qgg5?ff uivflsggfdiq. r?'1'1"'fr-F-an U'-4-'. wr.-rr Q11-' --v-5-44k.w 4"--Fw nr- ,4 , . . 4 --0, ..--..,- V .mu ,,-. . .. . .,x. 1 bf- N- -1'-,,-wr!-4,-.',--, .4-awed:-1.--.fmqz-.ff-P rr 74 ' V3.5 , . . .:::.1,.f.1a'- a2.,5C"'fU1E7 9 t K H .f Hit ,N f A 5 IEW..-53,5 uf ZETEEZ' Q.i',LyzfL?ef:3g?15i 'Fig gpg' ,j U-s3f5i4?k2?wv'?'5'1f .BEL - " mf: ' i'B"412J 'ff-fZ:':f iv- : 7' IC Riu: - .iw .-I Hs.-2Fr.4:f':7i-1-is - A ,J Q I IPMJ. J , 9 ,. - 4 ' ffgzlg . K DL ,QEA7 74 M! qfyizlgj 94.00, ' Af 1 . I Q ...W KINNIKINICK 1933 EUNICE NELSON GFORGE XVAl..I.lXCE Dean of Women Dean of Mun TI-IE ADMINISTRATION NDER the head of Administration are listed those divisions of the work of the school which are not concerned with the giving of instruction. The president's office is concerned with administrative problems of the school as a Whole and with seeing that the executive powers delegated to the various offices and departments are exercised in a co-ordinated way. To the Deans is assigned the supervision of the student body at large in its social life and in its general contacts with the administrative and instructional machinery. To the offices of the Registrar and the Accountant are given the management and regulation of the student's enrollment and his business relations with the school. In like manner the immediate control of the student's life in the dormi- tories is entrusted to the various house supervisors, who are themselves responsi- ble to the Dean. The business routine of bringing the graduate and his prospective employer into contact is assigned to the Appointment Bureau. STRONACI-I CRAIG CRANEY WILSON DIENER u.-----nun ------nu -...---.H ---un-nu ---.nu-.U nn---.----.. un.-ul. Inn... - -3- .J 1933 KINNIKINICK DEPARTMENT OF A APPLIED SCIENCE AND ARTS The work of this Department falls into two distinct divisions. The first concerns it- A self with those skills which are fundamental- ly manual, and are designed to train the hand and the eye in accuracy of execution and sight, as well as to educate the mind in an appreciation of artistic fitness and beauty. This group includes the courses in the Fine, Domestic, and Manual Arts. The Divisions of Biological Science and Home Economics seeks to ac- quaint the student with those basic scientific facts and principles which are con- tinually operative in, and determinative of our lives and our existence, JOSEPH WYNNE HUNGATE V -- - -7-W - - V- , BRODNAX ANDERSON SWERER SCHUTZBACH DALES GINGRICH HOCHTRITT LANE -gg KINNIKINICK 1933 ................................................ ................................................ :ggggggggggg DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION The Department of Education is primarily concerned with the professional aspect of the teacher's education. Experience has shown that knowledge of subject matter per se is in- sufficient guarantee of success in teaching: it is necessary, also, to provide instruction in the art of teaching. Professional training involves a study of psychology, the better to understand the human materials with which the teacher deals, a study of methods of teaching, to learn the techniques of the process, and a study of the theory of teaching, the better to understand the purposes of education and the place of the school in developing a better social order and what may be called "the good life." While the purposes of the Department of Education are more specifically the development of the necessary professional background and point of view, it would be an error to assume that it makes no contribution to the cultural de- velopment of the student. In the degree that courses in education contribute toward a better understanding of the human individual and his place in society, and the student is challenged to reflect upon the purposes of life, education courses are cultural. They assist in rendering the individual more at home in the World. In this sense the Department of Education is engaged with the other departments of the school in the cooperative enterprise of producing intelligent, efficient and cultured teachers. OBED J. YVILLIAMSON BARBER SHINKLE HAWK 1.10.- 1933 KINNIKINICK DEPARTMENT OF HISTORY AND SOCIAL SCIENCE CEYLON S. KINGSTON With the rapid increase in the tempo of modern life and the greater tendency toward complexity in social relations there has come a shift of emphasis in the subjects taught under the general head of the social sciences. Where once a fac- tual knowledge of the past served to mark the educated man, now some acquaint- ance with the forces that move and motivate society is an essential to efficient citizenship. From this need arises the courses devoted to a study of economics and sociology. Yet the original purpose of all study-knowledge of what has been said and done in the world-can not be Wholly ignored, and this exami- nation and interpretation of the past is the theme of the courses in history, the most distinctive group given being those in the history of the Northwest, with particular reference to the exploration and development of Washington and the Inland Empire regions. i' ' , , . l'lAESEl.ER TYLER COBB BARTON luuuununn ..---un. ..n---.-- -.nun -.nn-nun .--n-.-an--u -nu--nn -nun-u ---un unu--un ..11.. KINNIKINICK 1933 DEPARTMENT OF LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE Owing to the comparatively slight demand for courses in foreign languages in the teacher training curriculum. the work in this division of the Depart- ment has been less emphasized than has that of the other two, but an expansion of the offerings in lan- guage seems of likely necessity with the change of the institution to ax collegiate basis. In English literature the revised program will distribute the emphasis more evenly over the literary history of England and America than formerly, insuring to the major student a satisfactory survey of the entire field with some concentration on a particular period, while at the same time not altogether neglecting his training in the art of Writing. Aside from the elementary work the Division of Speech pursues two lines of training. The one acquaints the student with the arts and sciences involved in the staging of plays-production, acting, directing, scene design: and the other, giving scientific training in voice correction, at the same time stresses the artistic through the medium of creative dramatics and the children's theater, this school sup- porting the only theater of this type in the Northwest, and one of the few west of the Mis- sissippi river. RALPH EARLE TIEJE -, l HOLLINGSHEAD SNYDER DICKINSON HOLMQUIST ALLEN GRUBER -12- 1933 KINNIKINICK un------n ,,,,,,,,,,, --nlIn-nu..nn-------nn. I 1 DEPARTMENT OF MUSIC WILLIANI LLOYD ROWLES The principal aim of the Department of Music is to prepare teachers for Work in public school music. Aside from the fundamental courses offered to all stu- dents. music majors are presented with a Wide Variety of courses grouped under four general heads: music theory, music methods, applied music Qprivate les- sonsj, and ensemble forchestra of chorusj. All students with some musical talent have the opportunity of participating in orchestra, band, chorus, Madrigal Society, men's and women's glee clubs. Those wishing to pursue private studies in violin, voice, piano and organ have the advantages of such instruction. Con- certs featuring the different choral and instrumental organizations of the school are regular occurrences during the year, the annual operetta being one of the im- portant events in the schedule. Sl-IERWGOD LAWTON GOODSELL On Leave Darryl D. Dayton Margaret Ellen Dayton --13... KINNIKINICK 1933 ----.nn--..N...-U...-........ ...nun-nu.. -...-......-U.-.-.U-.nu..-...U-.--.--.-1-1 ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, i DEPARTMENT OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION ARTHUR C. WOODNVARD The early physical educators aimed to develop great strength and the regular routine was to lift big weights and swing heavy clubs. Our aim today is for normal physical development, sound health, good pos- ture, efficient motor control, grace, agility, endurance, coordination, alertness, courage, obedience, cooperation, loyalty, sportsmanship and team work. All these are developed by physical education activities such as posture work, games, folk dancing, rhythmic Work, athletics, etc. By games and athletics you build up a reserve force that will be of great bene- fit in later life. Athletics such as football, soccer, basketball, baseball and track provide skills for immediate use, while swimming, tennis, volley ball, play- ground ball, jolly ball, horseshoes, golf, bowling, handball, skating, boxing. fencing, riding, hiking and archery provide skills that will be beneficial in later life. DAVIDSON REESE PORTER DUSTIN -- 14 - 1933 KINNIKINICK ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, .I.un--nun---nn--I--U ,,,...,,,. ..--.H.ua--U.U-1--.U--U----.---nn-nn-n DEPARTMENT OF SCIENCE AND MATHEMATICS JULIAN EUGENE BUCHANAN At no other period in the history of the world has a knowledge of the sci- ences been so necessary to the average man. Revolutions in the basic concepts of both physics and chemistry have given those fields of knowledge a new and significant relation to the life of man, and in a study of the minuter inter-re1a- tionships between them and the biological sciences it is now presumed will be found the solution to the myriad puzzles of life and man's existence. Geography, likewise, has now advanced from a mere study of locations and names to a science which seeks to interpret man in terms of his physiographic environment, and to explain the interdependence of nations in the fields of economics. Mathe- matics, in turn, is the basis of all such scientific study. Consequently the Work of the Department is vitally concerned with a field of knowledge fundamental in mankind's study of man himself. TALLYN FREEMAN KINNIKINICK 1933 DEPARTMENT OF A TEACHER TRAINING The Department of Teacher Training offers to stu- - dents in the Normal course an opportunity to become acquainted with the actual operation of a modern ele- mentary school. It demonstrates to them the adjust- ment between theory and practice, as well as the in- tegration necessary where divergent theories and diverse subject matter must be welded into a unified and coherent system of education. The preliminary groundwork is laid in the methods classes, where the student is taught to formulate the aims in the teaching of a given subject, and introduced to the devices best adapted to achieving those aims. Observation of teaching and con- tact with schoolroom routine then prepare the way for actual experience in giving instruction to children. Such training. while necessarily technological in its nature, also serves the broader purpose of giving the student an insight into the realities of childhood education and the sig- nificance of much that he has acquired elsewhere in his course. CLARK FRASIER HAAS STAATS PETERSON FITZGERALD LANG FENCE DRYDEN BROWN MCGRATI-I --nun - --u-uu--.-- . ----fn ,16.. 7bi,U,4,j',2Qy4MQ.,!u0-vu-vi. ' '7,L,,.f,,,, Jaw.. pvywesiwif awww -fKMwwJM4, fw.,L,U.,V,,-5 Rb DADUEITD A5125 ..efMfWQe,J+ KW ' wewyfitux , ,4,,M,g,1,g,,L,U.fMf-lflfc cfwmeza. Jwvfl JZ da-f'f'f'ffU, Q11 fwi5gzJ Mf WWW W7 GERTRUDE AMES Chewelah Tawanka: Ellen H. Richards: Drill Team NIYRTLE APPEL Prosser Masqners: Key S o ci e I y: Wcmen's "XV" Club: Geo- ography Club: Yep K:murn: Madrigal: Woxncn's Athletic Chairman: Basketball '3l, '32, 33: l-lockcy '31, '32: Jollyball '3l. '32, '33s Rosarnuncle: Trial by Jury: The Mikado JAMES S. BAXTER Spokane Press Club: The Mikado: The Show-off BERTHA BOORMAN Kalispell, Montana Madrigal: The Mikado: Montana Club: A. C. E. ELISAISETI-l BUSH Pullman Classroom Teacher: Geogra- phy Club: Yep Kanum: El- len l'l. Richards: Jollyhall '32, '33 ALICE ADAIR Four Lakes KATHRYN ANDERSON Spokane P ess Club: Geography Club: Entertain m c n r Chairman: Women's League President XVIRGINIA BARR Riparia Tawartkn: Women's "W" Club: Chairman Won-1en's Athletics: Basketball '32, '33: Jollyball '31, '32. '332 Tennis '3l. '32, '33 ELNA BLAUERT Spangle Classroom Teacher: Geogra- phy Club MARX' R. CAMPBELL Spokane Madrigal WAYNE CHAPMAN Spokane Tomahawks: Masquers: The Show-off: Nothing But the Truth EVELYN CONLEY Cheney Masquers: Press Club: Mad- rigal: Varsity Basketball '30, '31: '3Z: Jollyball '30, '31g Baseball '31 Lois CROOKS Four Lakes DOROTHY CORRIGAN Spokane Ellen H. Richards: Glec Club KENNETH E. DAY C hewelah "XV" Club: Geography Club: President of Associated Students: Football '30, '31- '32: Basketball '30, '3l: The Scarlet Arrow NANNIE B. DURWAY Spokane Key Society CATHERINE DIENER Rockford Mnsqucrs: Tawankn: Press Club: The Poor Nut: Philip Goes Forth: Nothing But the Truth: Kinnikinick Staff "z:..j,...5.r1. ggi lTQLrpIpia Alpha ' n: uni ligh Form fl EILEEN FLOCH Anatone Alpha Sigma: A. C. E.: Geography Club GRACE FYI-IRIE Spokane Tawanka: A. C. E. nik FLORA B. ERICKSON Marlin Alpha S i g m n: Classroom Tvnclnr: Geography Club: Yep Kanum: Kinnikinick Smff: Baseball '3Z: Tennis '32 KIYTI-XRYN ENGSTROM Gifford A. C. E. JENNIE M. GERMONT Spokane A. C. E.: Newman Club: Ladies of the Jury WANDA GASS Colfax Noxhing But the Truzh LORRAINE HUGHES Spokane Ellen H. Richnrcls ROBERT L. GREEN Edwall Tomahawk: Minor "W" Club: Geography Club: P.. C. E.: Papoose Basketball '30, '31: Track '30, '31 MAXINE GRAHAM Cheney Key S o c i e t y: Geography Club: Press Club VIVIAN FINNELL Latah Euphonia: Yep Knnum: A C. E. NORMA HELTON Hartline Geography Club: A. C. E. ALICE GARVEY Colville MIRLINDA GIHRING Roch ford P r e s s Club: Kinnikinick Staff: Masquers: Junior High Forum ASA GODDARD Ridgefield Tomahawk: Playhour Chair- man: Sutton Hall President ELAINE HAMMER Spokane Philip Goes Forth: Nothing But the Truth: Masquers RI-IODA FERN GREEN Ed wizll Alpha Sigma: Yep Knnum: A. C. H: Basketball '30, '31 WHITNEY LEES Tacoma "XV" Club: Finance Chair- man: Basketball '3l. '32, '33: Baseball '31 DOROTHY JANETT Davenport Tawanka: Won1cn's "XV" Club: Geography Club: Drill Team: Jollyball '3l. '3ZZ Basketball '32, '33: Baseball '32 D. KATZENBERGER Garfield Marlrignl: Classroom Teacher EVELYN KLEWENO Cheney Key Society: T a w an k az Nladrigal: XVomen's "W" Club: Lambda E p silo n: Chairman of Wornen's Ath- letics: Basketball '31, '32. '33: Jollyball '31, '32, '33: Baseball '32 GRACE LAIZURE Omak Tawnnka: Masquers: Secre- tary of Associated Students: President Sophomore Class: President of Senior l-lnll J. HOLLENSTEINER Kalispell, Montana Montana Club RUTH IVICIJADDIN S pokanc Tnwankat Key S 0 c I c t y: XVomcn's "W" Club: Basc- ball '32: Jollyhall '3Z. '33 VERA KELLY Valley . Madrigal: Newman Club: A. C. E.: Geography C I u b: Girls' Glen: Club WM. KERSTETTER Spokane Sutton Hall President PAULINE KNOX Huy Lambda Epsilon: Ellen I'l. Richards: Madrigal: Gcogm- phy Club: Yup Knnum: Junior High Forum: Joll'- 'r ball'32.'33:Baskcll1all'32, 'V5: The Cross of liire BERTI-IA LEAN Cheney P1-css Club: Geography Club H. JORGENSEN Spokane Key Society RICHARD MARTIN Spokane Geography Club: The,Poor Nur: Madrigal: Trial 'By Jury: Masqucrs VICTOR E. MATSON Marcus Tomahawk: Geography Club I HERMINA MEAD Spokane MAY L. MILLER Spokane Geography Club: Classroom Teacher MARGARET MORASCH Endicott A Ellen H. Richards: Geography Club FLORENCE MORLEY Clarkston Geography Club: A. C. E. ARNOLD OCHS Endicott Papoosc Football '30, '31, '32 LUCILLE PAGE Spokane Tawanka: Geography Club: J AN ET NEWMAN Pasco Geography Club: Classroom Teacher EVERETT MQNEW Spokane :'W"lClub: Fooumll :30. 31, 32: Track 31. 32. '33: The Scarlet Arrow NORMAN L. MOORE Cheney GLIXDYS MOOTHART Cheney Madrignl: Trial by Jury: Mikado: Geography Club: Baseball '32, '33: Jollyball '31, '32: Basketball '32, '33 ELEANOR MULVANEY Spokane MARGUERITE NIYERS Spokane LUELLA PRICE Mczrherville, Alberla A. C. E. LAURA REEVES Spokane CLEO MAE REIDELI. V ancouuer Alpha Sigma: Yep Kanum. Glue Club: Geography Club Newman Club AGATHA RICHMOND Cheney The Show-off .MARY LOU Roos Cheney Alpha Sigma: Yep Kanum C. PETERSON Pomeroy E LDON PHILLIPS Rosalia ,Tomnhawkz Plnyhour Or- chestra: Pep Band: Geogra- phy Club: The Poor Nutt Rosamumle ALICE RATCLIFFE Cheney Classroom Teacher: Madri- gal: President of XVomcn's League ELMER ROBISON Seattle Track '3 3 CLARENCE ROWE N orthport Tomahawk: "W" C l u b: President of Associated Stu- dents: Chairman of Men's Athletics: Sophomore Class President: Baseball '32: Pa- poose Basketball '31, '32, '33: The Scarlet Arrow MAUDE RUMSEY Spokane Ellen H. Richards: Masqucrs: Madgigal: Trial by Jury: The Mikado WRELLA M. Sl-IERAR Cheney Geography Club: Newman Club: Ellen H. Richards: Classroom Teacher ESTHER SHERMAN Newport Alpha S i g m a: Geography Club: The Cross of Fire 0 ff Uwfjpazlrfirff gli 2 Rg7 T f 2 f 11 U7 Clajgio Slgmt eachgrmlgky, pci' 9 :fry DMZ, bij x ,Lwimfmff MAIZY L. STRITZEL Spokane Classroom Teacher G. RUTHERFORD Garfield T o m a h a w k: Geography Club: President of Senior Class '32 ROSALTHA SCOTT Clarkston CLAUDE SIMPSON Colton Masqucrs: Marlin Oratorical Contest: Tomahawk: Stage Manager: Cock Robin: Ecli- tor of Journal '32: Editor of Kinnikinick '33: President of Sutton Hall: Papoose Foot- ball '32: The Scarlet Arrow ALICE SKINDLOV Spokane Madrigalz Trial by Jury LEWIS STEVENS Spokane "XV" Club: Geography Club: Football '32 KATl'ILEEN SULLIVAN Spokane Key Society: Orchestra BESSIE 'THOIVIIKS Harllinc Ellen H. Richards: Yep Kanum: Madrigal: Trial by Jury LOUISE FIQHOMPSON Kalispell, Montana Montana Club: Madrigal Society: Trial hy Jury: Cross of Fire MARIE VAN SLYKE Milton. Oregon I Madrigal: Key Society: A. C. Geography Club: Mas- quers CAR L Was MU N D Tacoma "W" C l u bs Kinnikiniclt Staff: Junior High Forum: Vice President of Associated Students: Finance Chairman: Sutton Hall President: Foot- ball '30: Basketball '30, '31, '32: Papoose Football Coach '31, '37.: Baseball '3l: The Scarlet Arrow GEORGE SWARTHOUT Meyers Falls T o m a h a W k: Geography Club: Junior High Forum: Baseball '31 ERNESTINE SPLATER Hay Geography Club: Madrigal RUSSELL VADMAN Olympia Track '32, '33: Papoose Football '32: Junior High Forum: Geography Club R. THORMODSGARD Spokane Phillip Goes Forth RICHARD WASMUND Tacoma "W" Club: Men's Athletic Chairman: Basketball '3I. '32, '33 JUNE WHERRY S pohane ORVILLE WIDNIAN Rosalia Gcogrnphy Club: Madrigal: Trial by Jury DOROTHY WILKINSON S u peri or, Mon rana Classroom Teacher: Montana Club: Yep Kanum: Geogra- phy Club I... WILLIAMSON Grafton, N. D, Classroom Teacher: Yep Ka- num: Student Forum R. WOOLLISCROFT Greenczcres Womcn's "W" Club: Presi- dent of Monroe Hall: Basket- ball '32, '33: Baseball '31, '32: Jollyball '32, '33 GEORGE WERNER Spokane Key Society: Lambda Epsi- lon: Yell Leader: President of Associated S t u d e n t sz Track '3 1: Papoosc Football '3 I : Papoosr Basketball '331 Martin Orntorical Contest: The Show-off: The Scarlet Arrow GORDON WHITING Grandview Pnpoosc Football '32: Ge- ography Club LAVERNA WIDMAN Rosalia A. C. Mndrignl: Geogra- phy Club: Trinl by Jury: The Mikado: Cross of Fire VIRGINIA WILKS Tekoa Yep Knnum:'Clnssroom Teacher: Madrigal: Masquers VKICTOR WILSON Cheney Geography Club JESS WYNIA Medical Lake Tomahawk EVELYN FIXRNI-IAM Missoula. Mont. President ol' Senior Hall JOY CLARK Spokane A. C. E.: Key Society: Ta- wanka: Yep Kanum CHAS. ZIMMERMAN Manson Geography Club: Newman Club JEAN CAMERON Spokane N L77.. B. ZINIMERMAN Spokane Press Club: Golf Club: Stu- dcnl Forum: Martin Oratori- cal Contest: Lambda Epsilon DORA NIAE Fox Freewater, Oregon Geography Club CECILE BUCKNER Spokane Press Club VERNE BANNON Colville Football '30, '31. '32: Track '31, '32, '33: "W" Club: Scarlet Arrow: Men's Athletic Chairman RUSSELL ESVELT Daisy Key Society: Poor Nut:Trial by Jury: Madrigal: Geogra- phy Club 0 The Profs: XM, X N! f P ' x W N f Dadd Kmgston D73 iffy :Lewis em Oveglg - .gif TALK. 4, Q' Q O 6' M J if 4 W w s M2 1533! armnlvf Wk T N X ,C D f A 0 Iv' "EN'Qla-f 'F A LF A 1 ' x W 1 f 1 5 f N W' Pre m ' s a ILL. 117 afmm f .Llc f 1 D 73 dgffluigv j ff' Prof Haeslev " Watches The Savage SLS, Jmgils F .1 Z! Ksck aaiaxal X X piaftfe IBS f X X X Tix 9? Q 123 CN fl Il ss . X Qi ,J Mx: 1 T"'L"" s..z.Zi'?T':'-2:4 ..--if Ji'-2 'n ' clM.72,,. "WM Y . HS- MF T sm I I 'E ., " A 'L 1 A f' T 5 0-. LQ, " f ' M , ' I X ,Kula '93 .-ff' i f ex, fo 1 X ,, 1 QT! A N , -. 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' 1 Y- ' .3 . - Q A , . ., . A x" ' f T. KINNIKINICK 1 I' 4 X P t X ,-" ' tx tk Xi X f N' I 1 l 'l x y K l X' F I gl w U9 9 X lt' l Il s l ' ,?' X' l "lil my 1? NIP X ii , ll lv l Q J 5' AJ if , y Q! 4 illli9LH3 A 4-up 6 4 lily U- ! r A i . . Day. Wasmund, Dann, Kleweno. Werner, Bannon Chapman. Pearson. Simpson. Rowe, Laizurc. Gaige STUDENT OFFICERS OF ASSOCIATED STUDENTS FALL QUARTER Howard McNeW ...... -..-.. ,...... ..---..--.President James Scott --- ............ .. ......... Vice President Helen Pearson. --..-. .,.. ..--.. ...... ---...--- Secretary Whitney Lees. .....,.. --.. ..... Finance Chairman Quaife Dann ................... ---Social Chairman Walden Chambers . ......... .Program Chairman Richard Wasmund Men's Athletic Chairman Virginia Barr .... Women's Athletic Chairman Judson Gaige .... Student Manager of Athletics Harold Davis. .... C .,...,. Play Hour Chairman 1 Claude Simpson ...........,.. Editor of Journal WINTER QUARTER Clarence Rowe.. ........, .,..............- I ..--- P fesidetll Lester Hailey ,,,,..,,., .,..,........e.... V ice President Grace Laizure ..,. .... . ...... . .............. S ecretary Carl Wnsmund ................. .Finance Chairman Robin Dickson ,..,,, .. .........,, Social Chairman Jack Hutchinson. ...c. ..... . Program Chairman Jack Gibson.- .... . Men's Athletic Chairman Evelyn Kleweno.,Women's Athletic Chairman Bert Pierce. ..... Student Manager of Athletics Asa Goddard ............... Play Hour Chairman Claude Simpson .... .,.. ....... E d itor of Journal Homer Elliott... ...... Entertainment Chairman SPRING QUARTER George Werner ................. ..--.... .... -President Arthur Chess ......,...... W..- ..... Vice President Evelyn Taylor ....... .W .... M...-----.Secretary Carl Wasmund.. ................. Finance Chairman Evelyn Melcher. ........ .. ......... .Social Chairman Wayne Chapmanu-.. .---- Program Chairman Howard McNew . Men's Athletic Chairman Evelyn Kleweno ..Women's Athletic Chairman Del Walker ...... Student Manager of Athletics Whitney Lees . .............. Play Hour Chairman Curtis Ruolf .............. ..-- Editor of Journal Richard Lawton. .... .Entertainment Chairman i297 KINNIKINICK 1933 Zenor. Pearson, Dicner. Graham, Lean, Gihring. Oberst, Buckner, Zimmerman, Champlin, Baker, Anderson. Conley, Waldie. Simpson. Moffitt, Gamon, Holmquist PRESS CLUB The Press Club is composed of those students interested in journalism who are or have been on the Journal staff. Kleweno, MacLean, Graham, Apple, McFadcIin, Pearson, Sullivan. Werner, Griffith, Lundin, Adams, Keim, Stollcr. Schneider. Van Slyke, McNew KEY SOCIETY The Key is the scholastic honorary society of the school. To be eligible for membership the student must have an average grade-quotient of 2.00 or above for the first four quarters of at- tendance or an average grade-quotient of 2.00 or above for his entire attendance. ,30- yG3,e,aAJ,,5 JCL., 1 ,4 4.44 J J f ff f X x X ffgx ffjfff ff!! ,.'.-if' f 17 .J Nxxiwvgfy f M Q NNW X' X SX I W ff X Af pf fir QA? Q Si S S X ,NX Q i as ff I x KX jyf Xf KKK 3 if 5 S TE To-NI 1l1'Da,y 'Y 'ff fff X ff ff ,... I-ow L -4, Q, as x U R11 x. fx ff A- Ellfl , fa x ..z -I wi! fe- N N23-:H 1452 5154 ,di P- ff"xm ll 11,1 ff SKU I A4 C EW V L Q, iv I Hg 1 f 1 f I-f X 5 , 3 l I QT - I ' XX: X ., -'ff ' CLi- H51 Y .M - i I ' XL 1 gil? E5 f-iifx ' - 'R "l1""" I 2 f ' 1' 5 ' Exif 1 '1 if-N , .15 '- 2' LAX! 5 , ,f 5'-' I J --7 ,av . :Q 552, ff,1f g,..q'.rfgp5gg A gy HQ 3 an-A-1 r-TAT - ,g32,:,5,1 A Q.. 1 uni J .f x'32?fi 221-FE'-if "fx 4 Q? I I 'GN-X-VR, J'-n if x- - ' 'h x 'Y . 'Q 'Q X. .N 'i ' I XmfLAxlx U 511 f J ' ff N22 R-M- VQ QT I N R .Q:..1-f:1',f'51 gf,-,919 . 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Reinhart Members not in lhc picture: XValkcr, Dnrnall. Clanton. Wolfe KNIGHTS OF THE TOMAHAWK The Knights of the Tomahawk, a men's honorary club, has for its aim the encouraging of school spirit and of campus fellowship. 1 i, , , , , ,,,, , , ,,, Van Slyke, McCoy, Moolhnrt. Brown, E. Green. Harvey. Gass. Kinney. Page. Fyhrie, Fitzgerald. Brislawn. R. Green, Boorman, Stiles, G. Mootharl. Barnes, Morley, Watson. Peterson. MacLean, Staats. NVidman. Milligan. Kelley, McGrath, Greig. Jarvis, Gordon, English, Sherwood, Oberst. Sperry, Wolfe, Allen. Van Alstinu, Mead, Floch, Price. Seaton . A. C. E. A. Membership in the American Childhood Education Association is drawn from all interested in primary work, from the first to the fourth grade. This organization is affiliated with the National Education Association. KINNIKINICK 1933 ' - . l Page, Fyhrie, Beck. Milligan, Jnnett. Silkforth. Barr. Van I-laverbeke. Taylor Preszdent ..,.. .. ........ .- Pearson, Young. Diener. MacLean, Mclzatldin. Ames. Laizure, Robbie TAWANKAS FALL WINTER --------Catherine Diener.--E...-.---,Grace Laizure.. Vice President ,.............. -Helen Van Haverbeke ..- Evelyn Taylor. . Klcwcno. SPRING Evelyn Kleweno --.--.Agnes MacLean - ....,, Vivian Robbie -...-- Hazel Milligan Secretary ,.....,.. - ...,.. ..-.-..Grace Fyhrie. .......... ----.Gertrude Ames .,-.- Treasurer ..,..... E ..,... ...... G ertrude Ames. .... .. .... ,--.Agnes MacLean. .... -, MEMBERS Gertrude Ames Virginia Barr Clara Beck Beatrice Bubb Joy Clark Catherine Diener Gayle English Margaret Forcum Preston Forcum Grace Fyhrie Grace Hammer Dorothy Janett Isabel Kienitz Evelyn Kleweno Grace Laizure Agnes MacLean Ruth McFaddin Hazel Milligan Helen Pearson Ruth Poynter Vivian Robbie Marcella Rolfe Agnes Silkforth Evelyn Taylor Helen Van Haverbeke Genevieve Velclman Dorothy Young - Lucille Page Tawanka, an honorary woman's organization, extends hospitality to campus visitors. fosters school spirit, promotes interest in study body activities. and maintains school traditions. The Tawanka scholarship of S50 is granted each year to some deserving freshman girl. GASS MELCHER FARNHAM Tawanha Carnival Queens 1933 KINNIKINICK 1--nun--un.nn-.----n-u--1.----I-un.---nuuunu-nu -nun-n---n--nu---ua ---nnun-nnu---nu--.nu-n...un.unnn-.punun-nn-un Beck, Symons. Graham. Sullivan Robbie, Ratcliffc, Taylor. Greig WOMEN'S LEAGUE OFFICERS Alice Ratcliffe .....,..........,.,....,......... ..- .....,..,. -..--., .... ....,.... .,..,....,.... - - -.. ........ -.-.. ,...... President Clam Beck .......... , ........... .................... . ..... 2 ....,. - -- ............ Vice President Evelyn Taylor ........ -.. .,.. --. .... -- ........,.... - ..........................,.. -- ..... Secretary Gertrude Ames .......,.. ...... ..........,,...... ..... , . . .A ...,.... -,. ...... ..-nm .... - .... - .... -Treasurer Janet Newman ..... 2 ..,......,.... - .... -- ..... , .......... --- .... . ...... - ..................... -. Vivian Robbie ....,. Arminta Greig. ....,, Program Chairman Social Chairman --M H- M- --nu - ----du--nam -P-an-----F-----Qin-----MPA'-ISZ'i7-Giilfsh ip ChUl-FIHUD OFF-CAMPUS WOMEN OFFICERS Maxine Graham. .,.... ,...,....,,..,............., - .,,.....,.,. 2 .............,................ .. .... - .,......... P resident Berry Symons ,.,.,..,. ..,....,..,.,....,....... - ...... - -.. ...... ------ ...,. E ........... Vice President Kathleen Sullivan ........................ ..,,......., .,..,.....,.,..... - ..,........,...,..,... - - - ....... .Secretary-Treasurer X 44 i AGNES MCEEAN MIRIAM FORDHAM EVA VOGEL Miriam Fordham Eva Vogel Agnes MacLean Winter '31 Spring '32 Summer '32 Winter '32 Fall '32 Winter '32 and '33 These girls have won the Women's League working-girl's scholarship, awarded quarterly. Others who have won the scholarship are: Catherine Diener and Elsie Stoller, Winter '33, 'is INICK 1933 1 0 N SM lil 3 NN N ' X Green, Burley. Southard, Rciclcll, Harvey, Erickson, Greig. Markert, X Kalkwarf, Nelson. Long. Cahill. Dimmitt, Walc .3 Q ALPHA SIGMA Q FALL WINTER SPRING President ...,..,....... ..... .. .Quaife Dann .................. Dorothy Kalkwarf ............ Myrvin Dimmitr Vice President ..........,.,.... Rhoda Green ..... ......... V irginia Giroux. ........,.., Dorothy Ashworth Secretary- .,........ -W ,...... Dorothy Kalkwarf ...... - Dorothy Ashworth,- ,......., ,-,,Jean Marker: Treasurer ...,.... - ...... Thelma Southard. .....,.., E- .,.. - ......... ............... - . ....,., Jane Nettleron MEMBERS Dorothy Ashworth t Alice Ruth Myrvin Dimmitt Josephine Burley Esther Sherman Arminta Greig Claire Cahill Thelma Southard Jean Nlarkert Quaife Dann Rosella Hubbell Harry Nelson Rhoda Green Cleo Reidell Harry Long Virginia Giroux Marguerite Wale Ruth Harvey I Dorothy Kalkwarf Marion Grant Flora Belle Erickson J' f f ffl ,J Shop Work ' ffl:::::::::::::::::::::::iE::: ::::::::?5:::::::::i5::: ' Q- Web! 1 f ,L 41- ,lf ffl? E19 1933 KINNIKINICK ..-.n-.n-..-n.....-- ...-..I.1U..-un---.nuInn....-u----.-.--U...-.. Thomas, Rumsey, Miller, Knox. Lathrum, Henning. Vrlilson. Obetst, Tatton. Garber. Sperry. Beck, Akers, Keim, Sherar, Moorman, Hughes. Carey. Allen. Ames. Anderson. Gillis, MacLean, Brodnax. Churchill, Mornsch, Brown, Smith ELLEN H. RICHARDS FALL WINTER SPRING President.. ..,,................... .Lucille Keim .,.......,,.....,. Bessie Thomas. ..,.....,............ Joyce Lathrum Vice President ..,........ .. .... Pauline Knox. ..., - .... - ...,, Wrella Sherar ...,. ---.. .... L------,.Peggy Miller Secretary-Treasurer ........... Joyce Lathrum. ...,.......... Lucille Keim ....,... ---L.----.Margaret Akers MEMBERS Margaret Akers Nadyne Allen Gertrude Ames Clara Beck Elsie Brown Elizabeth Bush Mary Carey Winifred Churchill Dorothy Corrigan Vivian, Garber Lanorjane Gillis Winifred Henning Lorraine Hughes Dorothy Hurt Lucille Keim Pauline Knox Joyce Lathrum Agnes MacLean Devota Miller Peggy Miller Virginia Moorman The Ellen H. Richards Club, affiliated with the nation posed of women taking major work in home economics. Margaret Morasch Lillian Oberst Maude Rumsey Wrella Sherar Hannah Simons Winifred Smith Thyrza Sperry Genevieve Tatton Bessie Thomas Ruth Wilson al organization by that name, is com l 'ie Kitchen Lab. --37- l ga QMN lwiwff K1-FINIKINICK 1933 Boorman, XVilkinson, XVarson, Claypool. Hollcnstciner.-Fox. Veldman. Keller. Wheir, Gaige, Collins, Peterson, Farnham. Tripperr. T. Sperry. Thompson, l-Iillis. Forcum, Kienilz, Moses, Greig, H. Sperry, Darnell, Vcdrine, Jenkins. Barton. Monroe. Strom MONTANA CLUB FALL XVINTER SPRING President .... - .............. ----.Mae Mahark.- ............ ---Arminta Greig. .......... ...,,...,... R ay Darnell Vice President ...,....... - .... Al Strom ..... - ......,.......... Louise Thompson ........ ....... T hyrza Sperry Secretary-Treasurer ..... - .... Helen Zellar ..,.. - .... .. ....... Betty Collins, ........,., ......... H elen Zellar MEMBERS Al Strom Margaret Forcum Frances Keller Bert Monroe Remfry Barton John Jenkins H. L. Vedrine Ray Darnall Helen Sperry Arminta Greig Mary Moses Isabel Kienitz Jane Hillis Louise Thompson Thyrza Sperry Harriet Trippett Evelyn Farnham Lillian Peterson Betty Collins Judson Gaige Frances Wheir The Montana Club is a social organization for all stu Genevieve Veldman Jean Hollensteiner Buelah Fox Arminta Claypool Mrs. Watson Dorothy Wilkinson Bertha Boorman Helen Zellar May Mahar dents from Montana. 1 Q.. .. ., 1 3 ' -'SIL' ag, NNN - " . V' . . .L ,k r ., e- -gf l , ,X '- "tx ,Q f ghfsl Montana: Land of lakes and mountains MEMBERS 1933 KINNIKINICK -nu--.--up---u-n--un-n ------un---nunnnuunul El l Williamson. Strickler, Lang, Strilzel, Dicfc, Brown, Wilkinson. Lathrum. Miller, l-lawn, Claypool. Olds. McCroskey. Vanderlilleer. Erickson, Bailey, Bush. Rathke, Sharp. XVilks. Adams, Lunzlin, Trippet. Hazeltinc, Akers, Keim, Johnston. Laurance. Katzcnbergcr. Clarno, Lovcriclge, Fox, Blake. Davis, Long, Champlin. Blaucrt President .....,........... ..... . Vice President ......... - ,...... S ecrelarg-Treasurer .... ..... . . Adviser-.. ..... -- .... . .......... .. C.T.C. FALL VUNTER SPRING Hattie Mae Johnston ...... Doris Katzenberger ,......... ........ A lice Ratcliffe Elizabeth Bushw.. ....,..... Harriet Trippetu--- ........ L-..Margaret Akers Velva Loveridge, ,.., ...L .... V ilvian McCroskey-- ..,............ Dorothy Bailey Mrs. Brown.---- ........,.. --.Miss Peterson ...,. ----.- - ............ Miss Lang Maybelle Adams Margaret Akers Elizabeth Bush Aileen Champlin Leia Clarno Alma Diefe Dorothy Bailey Flora Belle Erickson Dorothy 1-lawn Doris Katzenberger Gertrude VanderMeer Mae Hazeltine Hattie Mae Johnston Lucille Keim Joyce Lathrum Gertrude Lawrence Dorothy Long Eleanor Lundin Vivian McCroskey Helen Olds Ruth Davis Miss Peterson Velva Loveridge Gladys Rathke Alice Ratcliffe Mary Lou Stritzel Jeanne Sharp Jean Strickler Harriet Trippet Dorothy Wilkinson Louise Williamson Miss Lang Mrs. Brown Anyone interested in work for the intermediate grades Classroom Teacher's Council, which is affiliated with the Department of Classroom Teachers of the National Educational Association. -39.. is eligible for membership in the KINNIKINICK 1933 GEOGRAPHY CLUB ' FALL WINTER SPRING President ......,....,.... - .... ...Myrtle Appel .....,..... - ..... Lucille Page. ......... - ...... - ..,..,... Myrtle Baker Vice President ................. Kathryn Anderson .......... Evelyn Melcher. ....,......... .Kathryn Anderson Secretary-Treasurer .......... .Alice Ratcliffe ..... - .... ---Everett Taylor ..,......,. ...Flora Belle Erickson Manager .......................... Howard Henry ..... - ........ Fred Roundy .,,. -- L .,...,....,...... Elmer Easton During the summer session geography and geology field trips receive special attention. The longest excursion during the session was taken to Lake Chelan and the Grand Coulee during four days that included the Fourth of July, There were nearly 30 people on this excursion and the party hired a special motor boat to transport them to the head of Lake Chelan. Trips that lasted one day only were taken to the Hole-in-thefGround, to places of special geological interest near Cheney, to old Fort Colville and other scenes of historic importance, and an overnight trip to Mount Spokane. Mr. C. S. Kingston headed the history excursion, and Dr. Otis Freeman led the other trips. At the close of the summer school in August a 4,300 mile automobile trip lasting three weeks was taken by twenty-one people in five cars, the route lying through Oregon, California, Arizona, Utah and Idaho. CraterfLake, Oregon Caves, Redwood Forests, San Francisco, Yose- mite Valley, Big Trees, Tioga Pass, Mohave Desert, Hoover Dam, Grand Canyon, Zion Can- yon, Bryce Canyon and Salt Lake City were among the places visited. The trip at the close of summer school in 1933 will be taken to Glacier and Yellowstone Parks from August 10 to 24, with Dr. Freeman as leader. The party will camp out and travel in private cars. Expenses will be kept to a minimum. -40- l V . ., .. X.. ... MQ F7 IA. . A-L.,--" W...5f7T3?'S5'?,1-" U 'Q ' ' " 'A "-" mf - - 4: . 'f:'E2FQ" . Qalmfgfl,3Qf,'W2Hffg1,.fn 'wi A- '-'."1m'r"12f" "F S' 'f"'!-'41-."a':.1:1'Q tj lxf, . - f' lf-V' U- ' f'j .5-1.54 I3 , Ad .5 -vpn ' F I.-:--':,.-L--L - 1, I ., 3, ' i"'-.,- -.rr 4. V . 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L-Rockwcl1 Horn ........,. ........, J ames Fortune Program Chairman .... -..-.Prances Keller ....,. ...,..... D el Walker .....,. - ...,...,...,. Dorothy Ochs r" , l.f.'. .. r .:, SOPHOMORE PRESIDIENTS HAILEY PASCHAL STROM SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS FALL ve - .-:,. -'f 'w .PY r Jail' WINTER SPRING Alfred Strom ,.,..... ........,,... L ,.... L ester Hailey Grace Fyhrie .,..... ,. ..,, .. .......,. Preston Forcum Clara Beck .....,. .. .,.... - ...... - ..,... ---Al Strom Lester Hailey .,....... ...... J :une LaMunyan President ,......,..,...,...... LL.Harold Paschal. .... L .,.. ..--. Vice President' ........,,.. .r,-Clara Beck ..... - ...... - ...... - Secretary .....,........... ,. ....... James Scott ,,.. ..--,..,----- Treasurer., ...,.. --..... ..,.,. Cora Jones- ....,. -.----- -42- nun.---.-H.:-un nu'u-n-.nu-.-- -..v f .gl 1+- . .QQ ,z 18 bfw-'g 'fx NYM L Agn, +5159 nf, -1 .M SENIOR HALL Presidents: Robbie, Fall: Van Haverbeke, XVinlerg Farnham, Spring SUTTON HALL Presidents: Simpson, Fall: Hailey, Winterp E. McNew, Spring -,,.-- ,MA-H 3 A s lg v -M ,,i.T..1 I rf Ejl . IQQLSW T as -'L X 4 :i,'1Lg2g lm 4 if-is ' 'Q ' I U ., IV J. ' ' . ' 5, 7 - f nfl? f3?i3.'fI-'.7"? 1 , 5,4 lk ' V I - ' 3' N .2 ' , 1 ' ' . I Q 'N vs. -5: .L A 4' rl ' iff f" -,1 2J '-' ' fs .lg 1. .'.-' 54'-'?ll ' A A lv, ,,i MONROE HALL Presidents: La Munyan, Fall: Taylor, W1'nIer: Melcher, Spring 40.1 D oil Ferguson, Beckett, Taylor. Schick, Collins, Phillips. Cavannugh. Doty, Fortune. Mathers. Beck. Lcdford. Best, Hailey, YVolfe. Carter. Larson, McRcynolds, Finu, Allan, Gaukshcim, Cooil. Butz. Mclior PEP BAND The Pep Band has had a very successful year under the leadership of Gilbert Burns. lts pur- pose is to furnish music and pep at the athletic contests and pep rallies. McReynolds, Rae. Thompson. Phillips, Dmy PLAYHOUR ORCHESTRA The Playhour Orchestra supplies music at the regular Tuesday night and week-end playhours. l 1 V20 - i Q. Y? . V ' ,Q V 'ix ,M X f!V!,f,wQo Q1 'I ,Q-A WM ,Mfr .232-fy KV L17 f Q ! f sf W mmf -fr'-f"' LAW jilzijgig . 11,11 6, do mf? wvwl A C If' 3'1-rw!-fo'f ff . fy Jvbwu ,Ml W We 'f Elf' 1 3 2 f 'Mb X ' iff! T Yip K fn-If Mft! AJ ,4 V js , t ,V V I 'Q C, ,N MSN? ny Fw' 35 .QU-, gf! Qqftx K WA full! U TQM Jfpglfwwxigi jj VM Oyv Jj'-AKJOJV MKG! GjlJj Aj 4- P1-V J ,J JJ, yji ISIQV y .NX M G O ,Mg JV my B9 GJ sf fx ,f wx. I N51 N2 Jyf wk , figs, X G Gffl ATP ntv' , ,iff K5 'EJ 2 jx ' - f , QQ V N RQ? 9 .. X 0533! M ,jj A,,. 5'i5v.,,x Ng 5 V 5 MM' O my if TJ DCU nxt A " A , ww . 2-if QV, ,NN X' mvlgu 59 . ww , W' . gf mf? VAX R I eff MPX A of? 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Its con- sistent work and leadership have made the Masquers one of the foremost clubs of the school. Beatrice Bubb ' Dick Lawton Lawrence Johnson Leo Bubb Phyllis Gardner Mirlinda Gihring Grace Laizure Betty Symons Arthur Chess Violet Erdman Elaine Hammer Curtis Rudolf Claude Simpson Evelyn, Conley Don Erickson Walden Chambers Douglas Moffitt Marie Van Slyke Wayne Chapman Maude Rurnsey Louise Waldie Mildred Harris Ivan Dixon Myrtle Appel Catherine Diener Richard Martin MEMBERS IN THE FACULTY Dorothy Young, Omer Pence, George Wallace ADVISER: Mary Snyder -47L 1933 KINNIKINICK THE HOMECOMING PLAY THE SHOW-OFF By George Kelly Mary A. Snyder, Director "The Show-Off," famous comedy by George Kelly, was pre- sented as the Homecoming play in the fall quarter. The play cen- ters about Aubrey Piper, a vociferous young braggart, who is always in hot water. He falls in love with Amy Fisher, and much to the dismay of Amy's family, the couple are married. Matters go from bad to Worse, but just as things seem darkest, matters clear up and everyone is happy as the curtain goes down with Aubrey still bragging. George Werner carried off honors with his portrayal of the title role. Isabel Kienitz personified Amy, the leading lady, who fur- nished the love interest in the plot. Agatha Richmond played the part of the elderly Mrs. Fisher in an expert manner, while Wayne Chapman made an interesting character of Mr, Fisher. CAST OF CHARACTERS Louise Waldie ........,..,,.. ., .,,. ., ,......,,. ......... . ...,.. -, ............ -.Glara Agatha Richmond .,.. .-,- ,..... .Mrs. Fisher Isabel Kienitz ..,....,..... .........,........ A my Lawrence Johnson. ....... ...... F rank Hyland Wayne Chapmanmrrr-- ,........ Mr. Fisher Ray Salt.-..-..-. .... .. .... . .......,f....... ---.JOe George Werner ....... . ....... Aubrey Piper James Baxter. ,,.r,, ........... . Mr. Gill Louis Campionm ,.,. ....... M F. 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Jmml as ff-P ' 'X IV "Lim, HW d J A S3614 Jaclfsm-x r Ma Y ,357 li '35, f- . . . - W P A Qumfc xDd7lfI , ' Fir Mfgwcfd 62 Y 35 CJ- Lx W9 , -757 as ' i Brsfnyr ffnnm a P f737'fAJ D f w g 0?f 11045011 JJ Q - fi f A 'I C, as. 6,-Q7 ' X3 9 - . H ,my ' 400 CfHru'rrcc XI A , '. f.,kA X 'Q N 'Vim .pusml :rj A L A fl' ll' K F. ' Q 1 , 4 ii ,. -J-EQ'- i-J"' -- . AZ' -..... - -.-.l,-- , KINNIKINICK 1933 .L-1JlLi.I - 1 '.' ' - fr i 3-1 Y.-ff,-.--.VY THE CHILDREN'S THEATRE THE EMPEROR'S NEW CLOTHES By Charlotte Charpenning November 17, 1932 Marie Hollingshead, Director THE PEOPLE OF THE PLAY: Frank Martin .....,............. .,..............,.....,..... . ...,,,,...,.., L ,,,. L ,,,.,.., ,,.,,. -,.,,,, Z a r Jack Phillco .........,.,... LL ............,.......... L ,...,.,. L- ..,,,,..,.,--.,.....,.,... ,.,,,,.,.,,, , L ..,,,, ,.-, L -Zan Thersa Hawk ...,. L .,...., L ........ ,,..,.,,. L ..,. L .,,.. , , ,.,.,,,, ,,,..,,,,..., T sien George Heath ....... L ......... L .,.,... L ..,.. L L... .. ...... Ling Merle Hubbard .L ....,.. -L L-. ..... .,,.. ,...LL. L...... ...,..... L . , L Mong Don Conley ......... L ........ L .......L..... ...,.......,...LLL..L.,,....,.L..,.......L....... I4 'ah Bert Llewellyn-LLL .....L. ........L... - -. L- LL .L.LL... L ......,.... The Gong Boy Raymond Hawk L...... -.-L -.--.-- .-.--..-- --..-------- - - L -----..--. . ...-..-.-.....- L-,Han Ralph Soderberg ..-----.. .-.-----.--.--- L .-.-------.-- L -.,.-..-.-.. . .L -------..... . The General Thornton Young ,..----- L -.-..--,-...- -.---- L L. --.------.---.--.- ---.....--.------- T he Emperor Helen Mewhirter -.--- ..-------.---.----.-.---- - L ----------.-.------.----..--------.- L .-------.--.- L ------.-.... The Empress Marian Cooil -.--- LL --...---------...--------...---.--.--..-.. L -.-.-....-----.- L -.-----.-----., ----.--..-..--..-.....-.. A Child Weavers of the Royal Staffs: Eleanor Smith, Lena Roscnzweig. Clare Findley, Kenneth McCall, Citizens: Phyllis Haas, Phyllis Backarack, Mary Kaye Schneider, Veta Moran, Isobel Hale 1933 KINNIKINICK THE CI-IILDREN'S THEATRE ALICE IN WONDERLAND Adapted and directed by: Marie Hollingshead Spokane, December 5, 1932 CHARACTERS IN THE DREAM R. E. Tieje. Jr.. ....,..... .,..... W hite Rabbit Lucille Billesbach and Berneta Woodruff Lorayne Milner .,... - ........ ................ M ouse Daisies Dawn Carpenter ....... . ........... .Caterpillar Maxine Carr .,........ - ..........,....,......... Violet Donald Horn ..... -.- ..., -.. Cheshire Cat Virginia Hendershot--- ........., - ..... ,..-.---Gnc1t Marilyn Newton. ..... ...... . Fish Footman Raymond Bernard --- ............ - ..., Trueedledes Lucille Brown ....... ..... F rog Ifoolman Robert Bernard- ...e,..,... - .,.. ---Tweedledum Marjorie Fry .....,.. ,........ ....... .. ..., C o oh Billy Green, Orland Killin. Fred Eloise Jordan ,..... M.-- ........ .Duchess Steiner, Dell Cossalman- ...... Gardeners Billy Bryan ........ .. ....... .. ......... Mad Hatter Harold Hodge, Herbert Findley ..... ...Soldiers John Cohngen ..,.........,.,,. ., ......., ,March Hare Shirley Stronach.---Er--.. ..,.. Queen of Hearts Margaret Van Brunt.v..-.. ........ ,..--.Dormouse Ralph Soderberg.. ...... - .,........ King of Hearts Phyllis Haas ......... . .......... ,Humpty-Dumpty Beryl Barnhart. ..... H ........... .Knaue of Hearts Marian Cooil .,.,....,.. ,,.............. T iger-Lily Elizabeth Mickey ., ..., - .,.,........., .... G ryphon Virginia Ross. .,,.,. .,............,... R ose Phyllis Bacharach .,-- ..... ---...Mock Turtle . Billy Stifflcr. .......... ---...-.CIerk of the Court ---.--.-....-.-...-.-- --.-..1......-......---.--.--...-..-.--..--I1-.I...-----.----.------...-...-....-.-........---.--- ..---------1 - ------nu...I-I---1.1------....-.1I-.-.....----1. --53- KINNIKINICK 1933 . LADIES OF THE JURY By Fred Ballard July 11, 1932 Mary A. Snyder, Director MCIIOH Meyer- .-.. .. -... - .-.... N- .........V.............. .. .... ....... - .Mrs. Livingston Baldnoin Crane Martha Sackman ...,,.... - ,..... ..,,.,,. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,-,,,,, ,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,, L I l y P1-an Effie Marie Larsen ..,., .. ....... ,, ,,,,,, ,,,,,.,,,,,, , , -,--,,, Cynthia Tate Betty Symons. ...... -- ......,.... ,,,..,A, Mayme Mixrer Gertrude McDonald. ..... , ,....... -. ,..,,.. ,,.,,,,,, ,,,3,.,,,,,, M r 5. Dane Bernice Walden .......... ..- .. ...... ,,,.., ,. ..,,.. , ,.,., ,...., N I rs. Mugu1're Howard Swift ,.........,. .. .,.... ...w,....,.. . .- ....,,.. - ,,.,.,.,,,,,,.,., J. J, Pressley Tony Osborne. ..... - ....,,. ...... - -- ...... .. ........ ....., 4.,... S p encer B. Dazey XValden Chambers ......... G ................. , .v.,.......,. - ....... ................... A Ionzo Beal George Homberg.-- .,........ - ........ - ,,..,.. Tony Theodophulus Ralph Peters ...,. - ....., -- ,..... ....., ,........,...., . S leue Bromm Glenn Miller ..... - .......,...,..................... .. .....................l..................,... .,.....,, Andrew MacKaig Others in the cast: Don Hodge, Louis Schadegg, Ernest Mitchell, Herbert Kincaid, Jess Wynia, Mary Elizabeth Forcum, Mildred Harris, Isabel Kienitz, Wilbiir Hughes. Jennie Garmont, Eugene Nzxnsen, Judson Gaige and Abraham VanderMeer l, Iv .n.....-.- -54-- l933 KINNIKINICK Berggren, Best. M. Lawton, D. Lawton G. Hammer. E. Moffatt. Doty, Keller EUPHONIA Euphonia. music honorary society of the school, was organized to create a greater interest in music and to encourage the presentation of more dignified programs. During the past year Euphonia has introduced the award of a music scholarship of one quarter's music lessons to some deserving student. XVINNERS OF EUPHONIA SCHOLARSHIP, 1932-1933 Fall: Marjorie Pierce, piano Winter: Jean Srrickler, voice Spring: Harry Nelson, violin A, Music in the Air -55- KINNIKINICK 1933 ---nun----I--I-.-n...---un ...,....,,,,, --n.---nun--.nun---nIn ............. fa Back Row: NVolfe. Butz. Rux. Mr. Rowles, Widman, Rae. McReynolds Second Row: Katzenbcrger, Widman. Wilks, Kienitz. Bonstrom, McDowell. Hughes. Campbell. Rntcliffc First Rowr Scott. Brislawn, Hall. Collins, Keller, Appel, Littleton. Coe, Moothart, Stricklur NORMAL SCHOOL CHORUS AND ORCHESTRA August 3, 1932 William Lloyd Rowles, Conductor Accompanists: Louise Van Patten, piano: Helen I-laden, piano: Helen Hochtritt, organ. PROGRAM Part One Overture, "Poet and Peasant"--,-- ,,,.,,,..,........ - ...... - .,..... ...... V on Suppe Orchestra Concerto for Violin ..... ........ . ........................ - .......... ,...... N I endelssohn Earl Thomas, Violinist Accompanied by the Orchestra Part Two ' "The Cross of Fire" ,... .... , .......... - ..................,...,....... . Dramatic Czmfala by Max Brush Chorus, Soloists, and Orchestra Dramatis Personnae Beulah Hoffman, Soprano. ....... ...,...... - -. .............,.... V.-v... , Mary Stanley Taft, Baritone.- .... - ......, '...-. N Ormllfl Linn T. Fyhrie, Bass ...... .--,-- A 051115 156.- "T" N H--. 512 K ' i nm, Q i 1 L 2 wi 5 ' rs . l "ry - i H I I x J 3191 .N ft Q, 'Kg ,.-ef vi 3- ,P -0 'fn , p 6 -J. --v-.fi V W to is V- - 'U 1 Qu . q yd-xlqxv 1 :A . Q ' ' n 'sl QVGA' 5 r' fbi! ' 1 ' F t ii' Ta "x!'5t ' fu pls ' ' 3' . We 'si ,, i gear-W c 1933 f pf angst , KINNIKINICK ...............'i.i..i'..LT...... ...... "u..................i'................. ................................ ........ ....... .... . 6, ,,. Y CHRISTMAS CONCERT By Musical Groups From the Junior High School Training School-Evelyn Goodsell, Director and Senior High School-Forrest Brigham, Director Normal Sclmool-William Lloyd Rowles, Director Normal School Auditorium, December 20, 1932 PROGRAM Polonaise ffrom "Christmas Suiteuj ..,...... - ........ - .... L--- .... .. ,...., L ....... .. .... Rimsky-Korsankoff Normal School Orchestra Hymn-"O Come. All Ye Faithful" ,...........,.........vr.,..,...,..,..,,,...... ..v,.. ,.... J o hn Reading Sung by the Entire Assemblage Carols-a. Christmas Hymn .,........,,.., -.. ............... .. ....... L. ........ - ..,... - ..,..... --,,..Pratetorius h. A Day of Joyful Singing. .... L ....,.., L ...... L ......,,,...... - .,...... ,....., R . Jackson Fifth and Sixth Grades Prelude Clirom "L'Arlesienne Suite No. 1"D ...,..................... .......... . Bizet Normal School Orchestra Carols-a. Light of Bethlehem ,..,., .,.-. ............. L ...............,.... - ..,,..... ..,.. , ,...... - -flbt b. Silent Night ,..,... , ,.,.,.. ........,.........,.....,,..,.,.........,.........t. .,.......... .,Vt.... G r L :ber e. Sleep Holy Child ..,. .. ...,,........, .....,,.. . ....,.. - .... - ..,.... - ........ -- .............. Geurrert Junior High School Minuetto C"L'Arlesienne Suite No. l"l ...i....i..,....,....,,.....,.... ,.....,...,..,...... B izet Normal School Orchestra Carols-a. We Three Kings of Orient Are ,........l................., ...... John H. Hopkins Senior High Boys' Trio O Little Town of Bethlehem, .......,.,...A....,,........,............,.....,.... ...W ,...... Lewis H. Redner Senior High Girls' Sextette Le Carillon C"L'Arlesienne Suite No. 1"J ii... LLL ....,,........... - ....... ................... B izet Normal School Orchestra Carols-a. The Three Kings. .,...,.,..,.....AA.,.....,,...,....,....,..... - .....i..,,..,. 'Willem b. Gesu Bambino ,...,. ,.,. . ,.,....,...... ,......,..,....,.,. ,....., P i etro Yon c, The First Nowell. ..., .......,. .......... T r adilional cl. Cantique cle Noel ,.,, --, ..i.. .,.... . ----.,..--.. .....,....... ....... A dolphe Adam e, Deck the Hall ,,.,,,..,,.... ....... ,..,..,.. ......,..,.....,.,.,.,, ....,.. O I d l Velsh Arr Madrigal Society Christmas Bells flzantasia on Christmas Airsl ....,,..... F ....,..... Normal School Orchestra Hymn--"I-lark. the Herald Angels Sing" ........,.. .. ..... . ....., ---- ...n.-in nn... -. 11-.I--.--.-..u...n.-nn.. -nn un ---n ..---uu---.-.- -57-- ..--,.Erno Rupee ,-------Mendelssohn KINNIKINICK 1933 I............................ ,..,,,,,,,,,, ...-..-.fn---U-------IU. ,,,,,,,,,, 4, , -, . 1 , . E , X ? 9 ' 3 f , E , .Hi K. 3 . . ' If 7 ,M Sr 1 L 1 1, 1z,j"l f +5 af Wfgpi AQ 1 1 , Q , X Y 4 A ' 'X51Nf"'? 1 . A -- , f ," 1. 3 . , N 1, ' , 2 5 Q-. ? A 1 I2 I 1 x Q L 4 1. R5 9, . K A 3 ' . A " f-" 5.f:- 5 b A ' ' vwifiiiiff' VAT 3. 2: 5 1,1 X111 ii, ' ,Q f W -. iff b .Lg : :ig.,.A,:: .v., H N., I 3" Q ' J' inf, ,N H ' ft I B! X!! N 'H4 In I Y 1 15 -I " 'iw Hg.. 50' , . X fig, .,33:411:'Q-lgwffigwfbl'-1, P5615 X y L.: .e. -.qiQQ.'.1?:f.7.Qf,,qI THE MIKADO LAWTON RUMSEY BERGGREN SIMONS KUDOLF The Cast RAE STRICKLER LITTLETON HAWLEY ,581 1933 KINNIKINICK "THE MIKADOH Comic Opera by Gilbert and Sullivan Under the direction of Williain Lloyd Rowles and Mary A. Snyder February 23, 1933 CAST OE CHARACTERS The Mikado of .Iapan.-,.-: ........ .. .....,. . .......,........ Thorsten Berggren Nanki-Pooh, his son ...,.,... L ..r......,......,....... .................. E arl Rae Ko-Ko. Lord High Executioner of Titipu ................ Sidney Hawley Pooh-Bah, Lord High Everything Else ........ ....,.,.,.. C urtis Rudolf Pish-Tush, a noble lord .......,.......... .. ,....... ....... R :Chard Lawton Yum-Yum Three Sisters: Jean Strickler Pitti-Sing Wards of , ...,., ,t---.i .....,....... Maude Ramsey Peep-Bo Ko-Ko Lorraine Littleton Katisha, an elderly lady, in love with Nanki-Pooh Hannah Simons Umbrella Carrier ....,,.,.,.......e... . ...,...... ,. ............, Arthur Chess Sword Bearer--..---. ...... .. .........,..,,... ...,...... Howard M cNew Chorus Girls: Myrtle Appel, Clarice Bonstrom, Betty Brislawn, Betty Collins, Miriam Gunning, Irene Hall, Gladys Hughes, Doris Katzenberger, Isabel Kienitz, Frances Keller, Johnanna Mathers, Dorothy McDowell, Gladys Moothart, Kathleen Moran, Lilian Peterson, Marjorie Pierce, Alice Ratcliffe, Bertha Reinwald, Irene Scott, Doris Van Alstine, LaVerna Widman, Virginia Wilks. Chorus Men: Arthur Bargewell, James Baxter, Edward Betz, Claire Cahill, Gifford Carter, Robert Comegys, Lester Hailey, Wesley Ledford, Harold Paschal, Bill Richardson, Virgil Rux, Brown Schick, Everett Taylor, Abram VanderMeer, Orville Widman. SCENE ACT I-The Garden outside the Palace of Ko-Ko, in the Town of Titipu. ' ACT II-The Same as Act I. -59- 4 R .E x -1 xi l , 35 M. r LMI W CY X RH ww N x N M Jw W Q XX K fXNfxA-.f JS N 5 1? ,pd L. IU ,fi-I al -3 G E J .C X1- X8 u .E -'U 2 215 ml .C Q Wiki. Q w K 4 x, lx X 1 X C 5 ff J wxfw- 'gg j wjgfwa 4,040 542, ZQffQ'ZgZ?' MK 5? S OAL!!-L WOODWARD REESE A. C. Wtaodward, head of the Department of Physical Education and Health is baseball coach and a strong advocate of intramural sports. "Woody" is a friend of every boy and holds a warm spot in their hearts. W. B. "Red" Reese, coach, to whom is due the credit for our victories and achievements, and to whose tireless energy must be given the honor for our enviable record and athletic advance. -51- KINNIKINICK Firsl Row: Miller. Davis. Dyer, E. McNew. Gilman. Pratt, Scott, Fricze. Elliott Svr.-cond Row: Lees, Holloway. Bannon. Giachino. Gaige. Henderson, C. XVasmund. Gibson, Day Th rl Row: Dickson. Tilson. Rowe, Roundy, Stranclberg, Phillalnaum. R. Wasmund, Walker, Stevens. 1-l. lN c e "WF CLUB Francis Millerc--- ...,... -..,,- ,.,,,.,,,.,,,,- ..,.,,.,,,.,..,.,,,,. W ,-Baseball Harold Davis.---- .............. ..,....................... B asketball '31, '32, George Dyer ..... ,,- .... - .............,. ...... . Football '30, '31, Everett McNew ....... E ....... ....... . Football '30, '31, '32, Track '31, Ed Gilman ........... E ...... ,...... .........,,.. . ......,............. T r ack '32, Football Wilfred Pratt ........,... E ,...,.., -..- .....,,...., .. ........ .. ,..,..,..,..... Football James Scott ....... .. ....,. ...... ..,...,.... . F ootball '31, Ernest Frieze .,........ ....,............,,,....... .... .,............ . ....... T r a ck Homer Elliott .......,..,. ,W .......,..,........,.,...,. .. Basketball '31, Whitney Lees. ..,. E ........ Thomas Holloway ..... -.. Verne Bannon .,......., Frank Giacbino ...... .--.....-Basketball '31, '32, '33, Baseball W, ......... Basketball '26, '33, Baseball -.----.Football '30, '31: '32, Track '31, ---M ...,, , ,.,...,,. .. ..,,,,.,.....,,.,..,... .. Track Judson Gauge. ...,.,..... ,,.... ............,,..........,,.1 . . ..Football Mgr. Everett Henderson .....,.. .,......... ....,........ . . Football '30, Carl Wasmund.,-, ........ ,M ......, ..........v,..,....... . Basketball '3l. '32, .lack Gibson ..,..,..... ,..,.... . ......... .... , ....,.,,.... . F ootball '31, Kenneth Day ..,.,.. Robin Dickson ,.... Clarence Tilson ...., - .............. Clarence Rowe ..,..... --- ..... -., Fred Roundy ......., ..... Ma rtin Strandberg Don Phillabaum. ...,............... . .... .--..-..Basketball '32, Football '30, '31, -.,l.,...,--,,...-...,-,....,...Basketball 32. ..----.-.-,----.,-..,..........-.. ..-.,-,--.. Football ,--,,,...,,,M.....-,,....,..,...........,.....-..Baseball .--.-,-Track '31, '32, Football '30, '31, mr-,....---,,,.r...Traclc '31, Football '31, --.,.-,,-.-,,,....,,,,,. ......,-,..-. ,. Football Richard Wasmund. .... - ..,.... - ........ ......A.. B asketball '31. '32, Carl Walker. .......... ......,.. .......,.................. . ...... .... VV... . , . A Bi1SCbZ1ll Louis Stevens .......... - ,l.... --- ..... - ........... ,.,...... . .............. F Ootball I-foward MCNQW ,,,,,, , ,,,,,,,,.,..,,,,,.. . .,,. .. .,... ., ,...... ,, . Football Nfl. Ralph Peterson. .... ,, , ........ -..Football '31, '32, Basketball '32, .-.621 1933 KINNIKINICK FRIEZE GUERTIN YELL LEADERS . The yell kings of 1932-33. Their spirit of enthusiasm was shown at every basketball and football game during the current school year. Guertin, a former Lewis and Clark yell king, and Frieze, a Reardan star, are to be highly com- mended on their work as yell leaders. Starting this year the yell kings are auto- matically to become members of the W club. ,fl ,- ,! va l ,t , ,177 el iw, , 'mini I rs " Ei ' L ,':zA1QJP 'v 53,1 '- Thu? MANAGERS DEL NVALKER BERT PIERCE JUDSON GAIGE Truck Basketball Foolbull Varsity managers are chosen by the W club. The basis for selection is the candidate's interest in the particular sport and demonstrated ability. probationary service as an assistant being a requirement for eligibility. Following satisfactory service as a regularly elected manager the student is awarded a managers W. -53- Q f 7,7 A T Y Wi My -l ALI' . I-B1 A l Tl-IE LINE-UP H. McNcw, Gilbert, Roundy, Phillabaum. Stevens. Dycr, Jones Day, Cross, Peterson, E. McNew FOOTBALL RECORD The Savages had a very successful season-tying for the championship of the Tri-Normal conference by holding the Ellensburg Wildcats to a scoreless tie, and in rolling up nearly twice as many points as their opponents. GONZAGA FROSH-The first encounter of the season was a night game with the Gonzaga Frosh. The game was a thriller from McNeese's opening run to the closing minutes, when with the score 19-12 against the Savages, Roundy heaved a 45-yard pass to Peterson and started a drive which enabled the Savages to tie the score at 19 all. IDAHO FROSH-The second game of the season was played with the Idaho Frosh on our own field. This game seemed slow, but in truth the boys pushed the heavier Idaho team all over the field in the first, half, and then spent the last half in keeping them off the Savages' side. The game ended in a scoreless tie. W. S. C. FROSH-The Cheney gang tasted their first defeat when they played the W. S. C. Prosh on Rogers field. The Frosh proved too many and too heavy, and the soft going was too big a handicap, so the game ended 14 to 2. MONMOUTH-At Portland Reese's men took their last defeat of the season when they tangled with Larry Wolfe's Monmouth eleven. The boys came home with mud in their eyes and the low end of the 18 to 6 score. ELLENSBURG-Cheney's old rivals, the Wildcats, were the opponents in the Homecoming game. Getting away to a slow start, the Savages gained power as the battle progressed. chalking up four times the yardage of the Ellensburg team. The game ended in a scoreless tie-the first on the newly dedicated Woodward field. LEWISTON-Despite the frequent use of substitutes, Reese's men walked over the Lewiston Normal Pioneers 33 to 0 on Rodeo Field at Lewiston. COEUR D'1-XLENE-The Savages had little difficulty with the Coeur d'Alene team, a Spo- kane Amateur eleven. The final score was 32 to O, BELLINGHAM-Cheney invaded Bellingham in full force and furnished the opposition in the Viking's Homecoming game, The Savages cinched a tie for Tri-Normal honors by edging out the coast eleven 6 to 7 in a nip-and-tuck battle. 1933 Name FIRST ROW: 19 3 2 Football Squad Position Jones --., ......... ...... e nd, tackle.--.-.-.- V. Bannon .......,... ...... H. McNew .,.......,.... ...... Dyer ........... - .....,.. ...... Roundy ...., Pratt ........... ............ - ..-- Gilbert ...,...... - ........ ...,.. Phillabaum SECOND ROW: McKenzie -...- -------.- Stranberg ..... ........,. . H ...... Scott ....,.. . Tilson ...... Cross .,... Day ..... Danekas -- gua rd ....... ----.----. end ....... M ...... --e.. guard. ........ .- ...... tackle. ..,.. -- tackle ,.......... tackle ..... , ...... guard, tackle ...., center ...,... - .,...... hal fback ....... F ..... fullback -- .......... end .... ,....... - ..... quarter ......,,. halfback ,,..,. --- ----....--.- .-----.halfback Peterson ...,. M .,...,. ....... f ullback Stevens ...,..... .... - THIRD ROW: -center ....... Bauman ....,.. ....,.. f ullback ....... W. Bannon Coulter ...,..,., ....... Womach .... .,.... Gibson ....... .... - . Gidlund ....... .,,...... end. ....... ........ - quarterback ,--- .... . -fullback ...., - ...... guard ................ quarterback. ..,.... E. McNew.-. .-... -.- -------halfback.----.N Davis ........... ...... FOURTH ROW: L. Crowe ...,... ...... Gaige ......... ...... Marker ..,. Davies ....,, Gilman ..,, -CEl'1tCI'.. ..... .. .,....,. . -assistant coach.-- manager .............. --.---tackle --......-------- halfback ..... - ,...... --- ..... tackle-.-- ....... ----- Walker .,,..,. . ,.... ---assistant manager Pierce ---- .--. - .. --.- C--. "Recl" Reese ,. ..-- ----. assistant manager head coach -, .-.-. -65.- KINNIKINICK 1933 V. Bannon. H. Mcixlcw, Mclicnzie, Tilson, Davis THE HOMECOMING GAME On October 29. the Cheney Savages battled Ellensburg to a scoreless tie. It was a great day for the Savages. For the first time in eight years the Savages were strong enough to twist the Wildcat's tail and tie a knot in it. The game was a thriller from beginning to end, with Ellensburg taking the offensive early and forcing the ball deep into Savage territory. After this first threat Cheney reversed the tables and twice threatened the Wildcat's goal with strong ad- vances. The game was a moral victory for Cheney. We'll be seein' you next year, Ellensburg. During the half-time of the Homecoming game the new athletic field was dedicated to A. C. Woodward, athletic director at the Normal for the past five years. President Richard T. Hargreaves. in his dedicatory address, reviewed Mr. Woodwarcl's ex- ceptionally fine record as director of athletics. A great cheer arose when the flag was raised and Mr. Woodward stepped out to give his talk. "It has been said that a college is a stadium with a few class rooms, and I hope that every one will consider the field as a class room of health. I also hope that all contests on this field will be clean and sportsmanlikef' said "Woody," as we all know him. May Woodward field see the Wildcat bite the dust, every other year, for many years to come. Danekas, Bauman, Peterson, Gidlunrl, Scott ...55, . 13- g 1- xx' Snaps from lhe various sports at the Normal KINNIKINICK 1933 , I - Tnf- -ff-YY --- V fx -,-?.,, .- -,.,. ,fm , ' 251.4 J 1 ' "' ' ' ' '. ' . EY i . V , h . 1 A, . l 5 V .-.-.LE-K-5 -, ...SLD .V A , - , , . Nogle, Byersdorf, E. McNew, Michaelson, Gilman. Roundy, Vaclman Ginthino. Anderson, Good, H, McNew, Bannon. Hailey. Paski, Frieze, Oberst 1932 TRACK SQUAD Cheney's well balanced track team won the tenth tri-normal championship by amassing the largest score ever made in a tri-normal meet. Although the events were run off in a steady rain, two conference records were broken and another one equaled. Cheney took nearly a clean sweep in the field events: 1 00-yard dash 2 2 0-yard dash : 440-yard dash 880-yard dash SUMMARY Bannon QCD, Schililaty QBD, Thomas QBD. Time :l0.l. Bannon QCD, Schililaty QBD, E McNew QCD. Time :22.4. E. McNew QCD, Danubio QED, Anderson QCD. Time :52.4. Backus QED, Oberst QCD, Becken QBD. Time 2:06.4. Mile: Johaneson QBD, Wernex QED, Hailey QCD. Time 4:38. Two mile: Frieze QCD, Wernex QED, Duyff QBD. Time 10:41. 120 high hurdles: Davis QBD, Mickelson QBD, Michaelson QCD. Time :l5.4 220 low hurdles: Davis QBD, Giachino QCD, Martin QED. Time :26.6. Shot put: Roundy QCD, Gilman QCD, Vanover QBD. 42 feet 4 inches. Discus throw: Nogle QCD, Roundy QCD. Distance 124 feet 6 inches. Javelin: Roundy QCD, Nogle QCD, Shelton QBD. Distance 162 feet 9 inches. Broad jump: Gable QBD, Byersdorf QCD, Vlasley QBD. Distance 22 feet. High jump: Gilman QCD, Davis QBD, Stiles QED, Randall QED, Michaelson third. Height 5 feet 6 inches. Pole vault-Michaelson QCD tied Jones QBD, Ames QED. Height, 11 feet. Mile relay: Won by Cheney, E. McNew, Oberst, Anderson, Good. Time 3:38.1. , TEAM SCCDRES Cheney, 71 lf3: Bellingham, 45: Ellensburg, 16 2f3. ..68L QCD, tied for 1933 KINNIKINICK TRI-NORMAL RECORD HOLDERS , 'L l ul ' 2 e V. BANNON ROUNDY E. MCNEXV Verne Bannon, former Colville high school star. came to Cheney not knowing that he was one of the fastest men in the Northwest. Under the guidance of Red Reese Bannon developed to be one of the outstanding runners in the 1932 Olympic tryouts at Seattle. Verne qualified for the semi-finals but was unable to attend because of insufficient funds to send him to California. Bannon has been clocked at 9.9 in the 100-yard dash, but not in tri-normal competition I-le helps hold the '31 tri-normal relay record, He has run the 220 in 22.2 twice, but not in tri- normal competition. Fred Roundy. Entiat, is the weight-star of Cheney Normal as well as one of the outstanding weight-men in the Northwest. Fred has taken first in the discus, shot and javelin so many times that he has acquired the title "l5 point Roundyf' He is the holder of the tri-normal shot record of 42 ft. 9M in. and has many times heaved the ball 45 feet and better. Everett McNew, former North Central Star, is the co-holder of two tri-normal records and was the anchor man on the championship relay team in '3l. "Mac" is one of the most deter- mined runncrs ever to show his heels on a 440 track. From the crack of the gun to the finish line "Mac" will never give an inch, puts the best he has into his race, and he never alibis if he is beaten by a better man. WASHINGTON 'TRI-NORMAL TRACK RECORDS Truck Events Records Low hurdles, 220 yards. ......,....... .. ..... Mile run ...,.,.,... Bright, Bellingham 4232.8 I Share- Chenevr Turner- CIWUCY' 262 440 yd. clash. .............,,.... McNew. Cheney: Mile may "Ci""""A"""""""' Cheney' 32342 SCl'HViHfCk, EliCIlSbl11'g, Eucnfg Rgfordg 100 yd. dash .,,..........., .Siegert, Cheney, 10 Shot put ..... Roundy, Cheney, 42 ft. 9M in. High hurdles' 120 yards QYDW V h'g--'--N. mm- Pole vault. ......... Flowers, Bellingham, 12 ft. Bgllingljgmy 15,4 Discus Cheney. 126 ft. l in. A - , High Jump ...... ----- ............,. Rude. Cheney: 880 yd. run. ....... Egan, Bellingham, 2.01.7 - , . Nixon, Ellensburg, 5 ft. 11 in. 220 yd. dash, ..,.... . ....,. McNew, Cheney: Javelin -------4HV-4.----,----.----.--4---,.-----',i. - Hnnllilh' Bvllmelwm- 22'4 Erickson, Bellingham, 186 ft. lk in. Two mile run. ....... Pellcy, Cheney, 10:ll.2 Broad jump ........ Gable, Bellingham, 22 feet -59- KINNIKINICK 1933 R. Wnsn1und. T. Inlolloway, Rebensdorf. Davis, Sloane, Dickson. Danckns, Dnrnall Pierce. Mgr.. Kirkland. Carlson. C. XVnsmund. Lees. Peterson. "Red" Reese, Conch SAVAGE BASKETBALL SQUAD This season's basketball team was one of the strongest ever developed at Cheney. The Savages won 15 out of 18 encounters and gathered 660 points to their opponents' 449 Reese's men were victorious over such teams as Gonzaga. Lewiston, W. S. C. Frosh. and Whitman. THE RECORD Cheney ...,.... L ............ .25 NV. S. C. Varsity .....,..,,.,, . Cheney. ..,,,.. 42 W'estern Fruit Express .-.---. - Cheney ........ ---,... 39 Cheney Fireman. ,..., . Cheney ......., ....... 4 6 W. S. C. Fresh ..... . - Cheney ......... ....... 3 9 Gonzaga .............. . Cheney. ...., ....... 4 2 Gonzaga ..... - ....,.. - Cheney. ...,,... ..... . 21 Gonzaga ...,, . Cheney. ..... ......, 4 5 Gonzaga .... - - Cheney. ..... ....... 4 7 Brownson ...... . Cheney ...... ...,.. . 34 Brownson ...... . Cheney. ....... ....... 5 6 Bellingham ........ - Cheney .,...,. ....., 3 4 W. S. C. Frosh. ....,. . Cheney ..... ..,. ....... 4 2 Lewiston .....,... - Cheney ......... ....... 4 2 Lewiston . Cheney ...... .-. ....... 42 Whitman ......... ..- . Cheney ............. ....... 4 6 Bellingham .... L-, .... - Cheney ......... - .......... ' 20 Ellensburg .... - Cheney .....,.. ,. ,,.r......... 32 Ellensburg .... . -70- PIOLLOWAY QTylerj, forward, a smooth, rhyth- mic player. whose catlike movements caused constant trouble to his guards in all games. ' Tom never failed in his angular shots from under the basket. He was one of the high- ranking scorers in the conference. PETERSON CCashmerej, forward, proved a fast floor man. Always clever and deceptive, Pete was everywhere on the floor-a constant threat to his opponents and an inspiration to his team-mates. DANEKAS fllitzvillej, a rapidly improving guard, gave an excellent account of himself throughout the season. Swede is a freshman, and in the future should prove a valuable man. DAVIS fDavenportj, six-foot-four center and one of the best in the conference, was consistent throughout the season. This is his last year land his fighting spirit will be missed next season. .-711 SLOAN Cflashmerej, center, a tall newcomer who is 'showing good promise at the pivot posi- , tion. More will be heard from this man next winter. DARNALL fWhitefishj, playing his first year on the team, is a rangy forward and an aggres- sive player who specializes in long shots. REBENSDORF CCoeur d'AleneD. guard, gave a good account of himself in his first year. When Phil was "on" he couldn't miss, and his record, second place honors for the sea- son, shows that he was on in most games. CARLSON CCoeur d'AleneD, guard. was a "smart" player. Light on his feet and fast with the ball, he was a hard man to cover. In his first year Carl became one of the most valuable men on the squad and the leading scorer. 172.- C. WASMUND CTacomaD, guard, was a cool player and a smooth floor worker. "link" was handicapped by injuries at the latter part of the season or we would have seen more of him. LEES CTacomaj, guard. a three-year letterman, and one of the best ball-hawks in the normal conference. "Whit" is a fine floor general, always sure but never sensational. R. WASMUND CTacomaj. forward, was a dead- eye on long shots, flipping them in from any angle. Dick bolstered up the offense with a few needed points in many last minute rallies. DICKSON fWatervillej, forward. was consistent rather than flashy. Slinky's size and speed made him invaluable either at center or at forward. KIRKLAND CSunsetj, forward, was one of the best ball handlers on the squad. but Doug had too much competition to show to the best advantage. Watch him next year! KINNIKINICK 1933 ...In-.-.-....--...------.U ...----...---I -lunnu--nn.---.-----.-. .I ---nun-1.1nu--..-U-----ul.nn-innn.-.nu-uf..-1-.1.-.U..----1-1--...n-.un Welch. Ochs, Heincman. Clifford, Strom. Frichettc. Miller. Brannon T. Holloway. Coach. Hester, Tearle. Carlson, Kirkland, L. Dyer. Douglas. Helton. C. Wasmuncl, Conch Hnrgravcs, Darnall, Rudolf, Vaclmnn, Whiting, Cronrath PAPOOSE FOOTBALL SQUAD The Papooses, coached by Kak Wasmund and Tom Holloway, have not bowed to their op- ponents in two years. This season they bettered their enviable record of the previous year by winning three and tying two games. Throughout the season the Papooses furnished valuable scrimmage opposition to the varsity. C. Miller, Rowe. Roundy, XValker. XV. Bannon Strom. F. Miller, Slrandberg. Werner. L. Crow, Coach PAPOOSE BASKETBALL SQUAD Basketball record: Papoose, 41. Whitworth 22: Papoose. 44. Spokane U.. 30: Papoose, 19. Hillyard Independents. 21: Papoose, 35. Spokane U.. 33: Papoose, 39, Whitworth, 21: Papoose, 25, Gonzaga Giants, 27. -74, 1933 KINNIKINICK The Women's W Club The 'XVomen's W club membership is not com- posed of those who hold letters by virtue of inter- school competition, but of those who have shown ability and skill in various athletic activities, such as: Baseball, basketball, hockey, tennis, volleyball, swimming, hiking and gymnastics. The high qual- ity of intra-mural, as Well as interschool competi- tion is due to the interest and devotion of the faculty sponsors of the club-Miss Antoinette Dustin and Miss Mary Porter. Benson, Barr, McF:nddin, Janclt. Klewcno. Wolliscroft D. Janctt. V. Barr. E. Klcweno V R. McFnddin, R. XVolliscrcfr, M. Appel Miss Dustin, Miss Porter .-75- ,J-,Ji KINNIKINICK 1933je,, ,J-,,,1D I f, .......... . , nl ff .wo :s f ,f1f'i' .J ?, -,Af ,fp .L-qiwcnf "pr'6:33Z, P.. . DDJLL i1f'Af:.P-'LEQHAD v'V"" i i lewle in DJ PM A556 Q3-' ADL - I U :gl mfg' 91 MJ, J., From Row: R. Green. Rynn. Weitz, E. Melcher. Smith. Akers. Wilson, Croll Buch Row: I. Scrimsher, M. Scrimshcr. Thomas. P. Forcum, Erickson, Jones, Trippetl. Bush Lil'-VJ , ap.-ll' l..w+'x?1'ff?'5t'D1Ac 7 YEP K ANUM be-ee-.--A me "'X,p.'- . , ., png, LW F019 The purpose of Yep Kanum is to foster hiking in the school. In order to earn a letter? one '9iljj'flfAQxE'fEi.n' must hike 75 miles or more in one quarter J'5""A ' ' : 1 1 ' ' - V v . ' , . - if .... ' I ki 1 4 V rx:-, " "'1':":.11 'J Z! Fil , Bach Row: Trippelt, Akers, Jnnetr, Jones, P. Miller. Hughes, D. Front Row: Tatton. XVilson, Beck. Markert, Harvey Qcnptainj, MacLc DRILL TEAM Dressed in costumes of white, with red trimming, the girls' drill team has made n colorful appearance at athletic contests and social functions. I - in ' fu i 1 .O ' -ik F5 v P 'iwuuiagi-. Miller. Moran. Ames an, Knox. Barr. McFnddin ,MRQV . is N ll 3:-...U Ugu-QLK ' fiwif x 1 G 5. C.i,Q,c,, AQ I-yin ax if PHX Us -'in' Tpbf .". 192161, , gvpl-ZX, Zh Mmzelil . o' et- .,,,g Ag. ' " 'er M. l-lGl'l'l"l.E'S 'I'E."lM Dustin. NVolliscroft. Bush Jnnctt, Mend, Knllcwarl' Liglnllc, Appel JOLLYBALL During the 1932- 33 athletic season eight intramural games and seven games with the WOIIICHIS Athletic club were played. BARR'S TEAM Dustin. Forcum. Klcwcno Knox. McFadclin, Taylor Barr. Moorharr 1 V K . "fig 1: .E BASKETBALL In the 1933 intro- mural basketball tour- nament Max's A ces won th e champion- ship. There were four teams represented in the tournament. fl - 9,0 i ,Q,'f,f' lfpf . . 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Steinkc, Knox fif. . , f g"'?l?.fV47 The purpose in playing off 21 tourna- ment is for the sport involved rather than obtaining an award. The competition in basketball among the girls aroused much in- terest. TECHNOCRATS Appel, Dustin, Conley Helton, Schneider, Moothnrt Henning, Klcweno. Thomas , , , A,, ,,,, ,. , , ,V , . 4 .,..- --1-iw-- 4.1,-.1'.:.-..3-7,.?,, '1-.-11-1'-' L . K J BLACK Sl'IEEl7 Tllirlc. Dustin, Forcum Muldoon, Olds, Jones. Rvifcnlnurger Houslonr Mclchcr. Smith KINNIKINICK 1933 The Swimming Pool Keen interest was shown in swimming this year. Eleven swimmers passed the life-saving test and won their emblems-Ethel Gordon, Dorothy Hztwn, Jean Liedloff, Howard McNew, Charles Nelson, Marjorie Pierce, Ruth Poynter, Joe Rogers, Helen Schneider, Cyril Thompson and Norton Wolfe. The big swimming event of the year was held under the direction of Mary Porter, at the time of the Tawanka carnival. A special swimming exhibition was also given durng the latter part of March: strokes for form, demonstratons of life-saving, races, diving, relays and water polo were among the events. Chambers. Forcum. Rogers, McFacldin, lVlcNcw The Swimming Team 1.80, 1933 KINNIKINICK n.u------u--- ------nu--.-...-------...-----. --nu-Iun-.nun-n--.---u----.un-nu-nun.--nun-nnuIn.nu...un-nu-.nlun-I-nn-----uun.-u'u'- Manchester, Pilik. I-iungntc. O'He.1rn, Norby GOLF CLUB The Golf Club, formed in 1931 by John Pilik, Jr., Harold Norby, and Buford Zimmerman, has grown to a membership of ninety students and fifteen faculty. Cheney, represented by John Pilik, Jr., won the first tri-normal golf meet by defeating Baffaro, Ellensburg, and Carr, Bellingham, in a 36-hole play-off at Downriver. Jimme O'l-learn won the Cheney championship in the fall tourna- ment conducted ,by the JOURNAL. Cheney will be represented by Shriver, O'l-learn. and Pilik, at the '33 tri-normal meet, which will he held on the Belling- ham course. These three aces also act as instructors at the newly acquired driving net which is installed in the basement of the Administration Building. A putting green has been laid out between the Manual Arts Building and Monroe Hall. ..g1'- ZX Eun- ,H liont ready lo could only find sure is a pretty i In Ialcr years look these pages ovcr.Al'icr- all we :lid have n lot of fun nt Cheney Normal. Quaife Dann :md his puppet: Prcxy goes for a hike: many of us just posing: Bill Pratt takes n big bath in a small tub: Miss Craney in her Onk- lnnd: McNcw :ind El- go somewhere if they some place to go: That hnrsc. Talk about varia- Lion in life al Cheney. Snmcbody actually studying for maybe A it's "b:illyho"D. Some- body on a picnic at "Tha Hole in the GrounLl:" Gthcrs pos- ing: Some up looking down. We wonder if Jimmie Baxter is really bow-lcggcd. Bill Richardson swings A mighty mop: Bcity and lm- "pal," Bannon and Coul- lcr show how wc do il at Colville. "Aint lovv grand?" if fi x looks more like spring. Kak and his model "T"7 Poetic Polly Pondurs: we nl- so: but its a cute pic- rurc. Life at its high- est peak in Lhc living room nt Sutton: bu: careful that water might bc wel: Pngic and Gracie. as usual: :i chain gang from Sutton: Kak again, but this time for a different purpose: Judy Jirtcrs and Donny Phillnbaum go ga-gn. Feet, Or do my eyes deceive mc? Keep call- ing, Paul. they will come. l Q ,., N., Y "llully" in all her glory, a play and a smack: Rus Vailman. 1 own ithis thing: Another one, but thu horse is not the pretty one this limc: Pure. il' llclun could only sec him now: Some of lhc Monroe hall HfI'CKllll'l"llCfS," yeah. but it was only for mvals: Soma: of the Suttonilcs on their way over: Evelyn and Davis. in front cf Senior as usual: A familiar scene as you go from first to sccoml floor: What a native. foiled again, it's Irv Coulter hiding behind that hrush. hx 4- lg-N x Commuters in that Chevy Six wc know so well: Spring in its glory, but winter has to spoil it. Clarence don't um: that poor little rnhit so mean. and you may look like a lumbcrjack in that other outfit. but I l-:ka it you are learning to cook: Jim- nue sights the Indians: You can'L fool they are only turning out for foot- lnll Then again lherc is Ruth Stau- nnrd. now, from looking at that who would have thought that she would grow up lO be so culbz SutLon's well known Model T's. -. . x 1 ' 1 Here she is grown to a big girl: Red Hagen xhows his wares. yah. hut, how much did thc bnlcher charge: Room 221. 1931-32: The tall and the short ul' the commuters: Rear via-ws. if I only had a paddle: Prexy really poses for a picture: Little Ruthie. our drill team caplain. The XV club float of a couple ol' years ago: How many pairs of shues have been worn. our on this walk? Rerl XVall-ner "the guy what loves 'em all:" 'l'hal's all right, you won'l have lo wail very long: I hear Lhat Mnnlvl "T" a coming. ff - f W QQQMHC 47 'ggi AWK ,1 Q3f'gfQ M lf! a J f ff! 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