University of Oregon - Oregana Yearbook (Eugene, OR)

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"i' -V f f '12, .1 .F sails. ,gba ,. 5 , Brandon Young, below, Theta's harp- strurnrninq president, found herself in the center chair of heads of houses and a Mortar Board. will 27 ll 1 PM -1.4- I M' u 1 . 1 , , r ,- , ww ,ss - im , Ms , , r . r :if .3553 Qulfisrf i ikl 7g,qj..g'gE':".. YM' J 1 . f s-H I mlur 59.1 ' lun!! tif' - ist ,, -f- Cy Wentworth, left, a Beta politico, adjusts a Home- cominq Sign in front of the house. Above him is 'Mel Shevach, SAM's Senior Ball chairman. Dave Silver started out playing basketball. Then the Coeds elected him "King ot Hearts". From there it was easy to be- come a student body offi- cer. He wears the octoqon of Sigma Alpha Mu. Below him is Wayne Harbert, an- other Theta Chi Who made good in publications. He worked his way up via the publicity committee route on The Emerald to Ore- gana editor. 28 'wiggle v ggi 1 X A4 Y ft tgp!" t ,fy fax Across the page are three coeds who will be remem- bered. To the left is beauti- ful Betty Casey, Kappa's president. Frances Iohn- sion, Gamma Phi's politi- cian-president is standing, while to the right is Pi Beta Phi's glorious Junior Week- end queen, Betty Pownall. ,rw Freed Bales, above, Alpha hal1's Phi Beta Kappa. Above him is Frances Schcrupp, who cam- paigned from the Alpha Phi presidency to vice-president of the student body. And besides, she was a Iunior Weekend prin- cess. Bill Dalton, below her, stops under the name-plate of his fraternity to think over plans for the canoe iete. 29 ln the circle is LeRoy Mattingly, Phi Sigma Kappa's Emerald edi- tor, Phi Beta Kappa, Friar and baseball rnan. Below him is Betty Brown, Whose Work and patience was largely responsi- ble for the growth ot the Co-oper- ative houses on the Oregon campus. JC t V Q-5 iii Standing on this brick wall is Isabelle Miller, another Alpha Phi politician. At her feet are Sigma Kappa's president Gene- vieve McNiece and Beta's foot- baller Vernon Moore. Waving from the car below is Barney Hall, Who, like his older brother, remain- ed an Independent by choice, and play- ed his cards to bocome student bodY president. Below him is Sammie's Presi- Q..-----"' , Gretchen Smith, Alpha Delta Pi's and WAA's pres- ident. ln the circle is Phi ' Delt's Noel Benson, first K VJ ' X Lf.. vice-president of the stu-I dent Zollie Volchock and campus pub- licity man. In the circle below him is Caroline Hand, the friendliest coed of the friendliest sorority, Pi Beta Phi, who was an all-around activity girl but squar- ed on publications. ff' -1 I I' dent body. Above him is V Peqqif Vermillion who transferred from Reed col- lege, pledged Delta Gam-i 'i't ma and became a Iuniorl Weekend princess and a V politician. , qw: . . 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She shined on The Em- erald as wornen's editor. Tony Amato, left, in the group above, Delta Upsi- lon's football captain and Koyl cupwinnerp Bill Pease, center, Theta Chi's Old Oregon editor, and Donald lohnson, SPE's interfrater- nity council president. eggs' ,fl ,,ii '51 .x ' T191 ff' , ,, u fe-iw, is V xt: it 451, , , , Above, leit to right: Diclc Sleeter, Phi Psi's red-haired politiciang Gladys Battle- son, Alpha Ornicron Pi's gem, whose activities and scholarship rnade her at Mortar Boardg lack Enders, Sigma Nu- Cadet Colonel and politicianp Elizabeth Turner, Pi Phi's Mortar Board president. Staggered on down the page are, top to bottom, Clare lgoe, who re- mained Independent but became the number one junior coed and associate editor of The Emerald, Douglas Milne, Phi Delt's popular politician and president: Howard Overback, twice Oregana's busi- ness manager and an Indepen- dent: Frank Drew, Phi Kappa Psi's lunior Prom chairman: Charles Er- win, Alpha Tau Ornega's senior class president: Dick Pierce, anoth- er president-politician combination. He's a Sigma Chi. itlt it 1 up H,.::w1V-1 ,bw - 1- 1 ei H fiwl .JW Q0 IME. ,, ,ig ,57Q,K2fg- H 1 Q W Xfv+r1-gr, Rainey GM Qdvle, l2lZa67Z.S O F A 'J' ,. fu-, ,. ,Ji H sfcflghm H . 'X e V:w:?5Qz1f3fl,,4:5 ' W, KW, , 5 . W.. 1 ,nw-4-1 f - ,il A 3 aw 5,31 1 ' MVA ' "'L!"" A A , K fini ' W M ' elf W M fi Sf "I-:'?Q5ez, H X: W, L V, , A W sv , X M :Lf , ,V .f if P.,.,' ,TH E- -- .VV .f U5 , P..-UJP-eW,f,.r1'HJ 7' .f 14.3 1 1'-f, ' " . 'ld-51,g"tfff-Irv? ,A f' vi, 3- . 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Dave Silver and Frances Schaupp also won positions on the varsity office panel. Frances Schaupp, the Coeds' choice for one of the highest student offices, second vice- president. Dave Silver, who took time out from law school and var- sity basketball to serve as sec- retary-treasurer. W fir' u u H RP32 5 t 3 ESL use H .-2-6.1.1 U in.-x. it essffiizssssftf Lfasitesitsisss . my fitii 1 rqmssvtssissgg K 'W -an QQ, me ata gea info f e mi 'Lace fo be eaf 3 5 ,. ,-mu rfzii ! 3.. M M NF X ff-Q ' ' 'M f zgfmf :gg tai, zazim' H ' fir: 1355 L fsz Ii, Q zif 5 .aw ' Eiifiu' w ., wg W if, mu YKNJZ, 1 ffiw , , 'V VZ-Y iw?" .f . iz - n f , - , 2 . , M . Legg , f w ggziifzz 'ig it Y f wg, agp W 1 'X"'fxT"Vf'3 55,-L 2.1 "Lg, 1 ' -f 6 ,Yr-fvfu' ?-'iwfri f -A ,,,Ag, -.- 3, 1 .V , nfllb 3 W L 1. , uw ,, ' - F951 I f 1,4 ,W , , . ' .' .ulffxl . ,L 1, nj ,N f' 1 '3 wifigwg, V I we , ,fx 3 if 'I , E w ,Q v W 1 . A il .fm 4 zzz '- use 1, 'f f Q.. - 1 ,, v Q1 125,-4 fi 1 r .fn ,, xg U , . 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H M .' ,lsr tu fzf M ': Bam , ,. 5,1 ., , X' Q ,, 1:5 Wf- A ause at the lunior Prom finds Gilbert Schultz, D student body president tor last year, rn the center to with Ellen Hill, and Barney Hall, his successor, the riqht in White coat with Blanche Chaney. These two students, Clare lqoe and Tony Amato, named the most outstanding members of the were junior class. Miss lqoe received the Gerlinqer cup and Amato the Koyl cup. Cup-winner Clare lqoe qraciously re- ceives the Gerlinqer award from Dean of Women Hazel Schwerinq at inter- mission at the prom. 'rw -f ' mv t- L 2,112 L .r fix ,"'w1IV if,g Hg . hi r.:: 3 -Q L 3 4'f5i::5:""w Fi V' ' . -. 1 . 9 r ' 7 sv L Q .,-gy L ' L-ig' big, rn. -- I , Moieskiris into the mi11race" was the chant of these trash at last sprinq's tuq-of-war aftermath. A moment later this high-flying lad was climbing from the flood on the downstream side of the bridge. -fi!-1. ff . , V The first splash of the tug. A small number of sophomores paid the price. t' an ,lin ri., But swam qallontiy across the race. To combat the class of '40 on a muddy bank. 9 A JE? ?li'rq , . ,f,,,,i "t5EKt1". ' g I H' ' . Lint' PM Wq,.,Ul,,"", it f,,lr'u"w,. ,, W .C a4I:5,Tt.,,-2 'Ht gtt15.95,p,'2n,g-1:131 - f. -,QU in-N41 N. it 4ii"'ill1..' . ' wr... ml' iuwfsiff. ' " ,,Mersxg'M .fits QAQQZMA wists-t ,, 1 Ht ,, ,I ., ,,, H tl -I ess., 4, 4 Ag, I Sigma Delta Chi neo- 1 1 . phytes pause for a A 1 snack during the l luncheon inthe shade 15 " of their green goose. '-3: I 1 3 4- 44 , -1 x ' W is . 1 f 1 J Q9 M if. john Luvaas, com- mentator to the thous- ands who watched the dozen floats pass clown the millrace at the canoe fete. Constance Kletzer, right, originator of the theme oi the tete, "Ro- mantic Serenade". Hansel and Gretel, com- plete with their pastry house, came down the mill- race under the auspices of M Alpha Tau Omegaiand Chi Omega. an iati ii t , 'T f-,ig lf".r" Ui: 3 ' millhace melodies Queen Betty, center, and her princess- es stand the stare of the mobs at the campus luncheon. A few minutes lat- er a rain storm chased them indoors. Below are several other floats which drew applause from an estimated 5,000 at the canoe fete. as X A W- at Q -SP 5-1-gf i Q X if tr . 3, 'W :1 Liste'-1 5? 1 - , i 'Q M . 2 2 is an Q V 1 ,N 'i a as 1, 9 f 1- x 2 K 1. -V-3,3153 g wg? ,I Wir K , '31 142- F 5' ., 11. + MQ .4 'sw-ygg i,if1k?9'??' ' -gm 1 X , - 1 im K1 't?-ww? . , .zififf 2" . 12751:-W - 5f2T'1 11!1Yf 11 1 I 1 1 1 i 1 n1.5?x'!fi 1 M "w'Vi 1 1 in- .. -mf-11f'-Y 1 1' - -- ' M 112222-1' 111 1" svn: ' iii Q' ww - , msglffk k k I M Z Q E 'F -1 1 1 G N 'H Q 1 1 .- ,. ,. 3.-+ - -1, - .V A --1 'iw ,F 1i'iz-WW41, I i Q t ' . 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'I ' A N sn. ? 5 Y 1 L 4 r if .Q H7 X212 Q , Q at 1 , g z X Ab uk L 'QE ,, ' :asa QV.-11 W 515, " , Mfm . ,sw , H, we M w, 1 M u u w wg ' if 'fgwfwif' w '9 'mil . 1 I en, fwenfnl fave -'vfiif ai 2 -2as"fas: isa 'F-1:?!za2's: saw. m f - 1 Us-Q The editorial staff of The l938 Oreqana: front row, left to right: Max Frye, Al Dickhart, Russ Iseli, Bob Pollock, George Kniqht, Wen Brooks, Don Seaman, Wayne Harbert. Second row: Louise Aiken, Marqaret Ray, lean Kendall, Gladys Battleson, Catherine Taylor, Sally Bay, Lucina Maaq, Barbara Pierce, Winifred Wilhelm, Laurita Christopherson, lean Bawson, lane Laqassee. Don Seaman, below, editor Lemon Punch: Margaret Ray, associate editor. QE Ni Pat McCarthy, below, secre tary, and Al Dickhart, frater- nities. KY Lia s gm.Q W- - 13. wig- 49 Don Root, picture editor. Mary Darling, left, secretary. "1l1w.?, dis Bob Gridley, extreme upper right, solicitor. Frank Seifert, collector and solicitor. Karl Mann, solicitor. The business staff of The 1938 Oreqana: front-row, left to right: Frank Seifert, Alice Cunningham, Mary Darling, Ellen Smith, Dick Williams. Second row: Kermit Gemre, Karl Mann, Keith Osborne, Bob Gridley, Howard Overback. .g it ,I ,Q it iii .. . I S X Y cA:M 'K Atwim Easy 1 V, ,V ,-1 ' ,Mr ,Q , .,-7 3 - . ' I' 'Zig vu 4553? ' of IEQE A -,' arf'-,4tvl"t.tQ!nt. f ttwwut -f, W. ' 'ut l '. ai Wx , lg- -f ff 1 -1 .rim tt A 'I lift ,i4,1.:, 1 - ' fl: 551-ff.-W 3 'hgizjlb-u'I,Elm .7 - .,, ' 1 . H. fx , Ci' -. M '11 . ,. 44 Howard Overback, manager of The 1938 Oregana. Top to bottom: Dick -Wlumms Keith Osborne, Ellen Smith main cogs in Overbacks sub scription machine The M66 posfeb a ecofzd Confident that The 1938 Oregana sales would post a record, Howard Overback, starting his second year as business manager ofthe yearbook, opened an unrelenting drive to stimulate enthusiasm and in- crease sales. With the goal never dimmed, pre-depres- sion figures were surmounted and this year's Oregana business staff set a new high of more than 2000 copies.- Registration day found an unprecedented demand tor the Yearbooks. The "partial-payment" plan and the use of the student's reserve fund eased the pay- ments and promoted an increase far ahead of previ- ous years sales. ' 5 -,Nw 4 gg-L Mis ip- 'X .ei- J? w gmtfgi gy ,W U ' rn. ' .- 5 1, M. X, ' -f , .gr H: . ' 'hi '1s:'1s:i': vm' V ' :EEF H ,fail V 'T cssilfkbil ig ,, ' ' lu M.. , .. .,... U? ' RQJQLZ: .,,. V ' 49 , Lf Wf.f?.,fw11 1?-5J,1 2:,gQff:efs...f , ,.YLigQ,1, ,55N.1,,, . 7, . 5 1, -if - L K F fem: wiyf, 23,3 2' H K ' 2 f a ,K , ,, ,. ffQfffl:..,2 ., J -N fi ' , h arf ' , -5.27,-.3 V L.. ,Y . H, 4 Q4 ' k ' 5 5' . ' 1 405-1 1 Z Mfg ' 'M-93 um K , c 'F ,lx , gf. 'gf '5..f?i?3f ,J , , -as Jw duff, 1,5 A--f. wr- , xx MV... -- A 54- M 'T 4 Y M, ... Y MP. 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Finances looked a bit gloomy at the first of the year, but the organization of a daily one hour conference of the statt with Frank Short, advertising instructor, proved a great help. lo gf: Walter Vernstrom, business manager of The Oregon Daily Emerald a e fzogifs About 30 students took part in production of copy and selling of advertising. They were organized under tive daily managers who were in complete charge of the days' ads. Emerald "O's" were awarded to Bill Lubersky and Eleanor Anderson for outstanding achievement on the staff. 1, ll u ll ll ll" ll t pufrficiftl got a nivetsiftl is 7-lueifz gusiness No piece of news from the most trivial incident of student activity to the selection of the University president escapes the alert atten- tion of the University division of the news bureau, whose important service is the communication of news to newspapers and Oregon students' home town weeklies. George Godfrey, associate in the news bureau is responsible for the direction of this department of the board of higher education. Miss Marge Olson, has for several years worked with Mr. God- frey as general secretary and filing clerk. Robert Lee is campus correspondent for The Oregonian and Mr. Godfrey handles all copy for The Oregon Iournal. Bruce Harnby, head of the athletic news bureau. George Godfrey, head of the University news bureau. Athletics are one of the main campus interests, and Bruce Hamby, of the sports department of the University news bureau, handles news and publicity of the sports world. Oregon's teams in every sport are always "good copy" and Bruce Hamby grinds out news and pictures carrying information and "dope" on the Webfoot athletes and ath- letics. Publicity is necessary for the success of any athletic team, and besides the daily stories a weekly report of the Oregon sports situation is dispatched to almost every daily and weekly in the state, and to representative papers over the coast and nation. News of each individual varsity or freshman player is sent to his home town papers, keeping folks interested and informed. A.S.U.O. concert publicity is also sent from this office. Names, addresses, phone numbers and other handy information of Oregon students and faculty is' found in the LGS Miller, GCUTOT Und 1938 Piggers Guide. Lester Miller, editor, systematically mgngqehr Of the Student comprised this helpful campus directory. d1rectorY. 56' llf- -,7:, w 1 f..x- - A. .-f,,,,5-' Rv- -Q., V F! ,I ' Meri"S O.rgar1.fz'a'l:ion2s1 I' Coed Grgarnfizationjs. 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VI S gamzafcons l 4 N W. 4 ga fy!! , 4, jf., r I, " Tk- :L gf ' . 'S x 'H ' . 2 ML., .J 1 1 I H " 1 - -s W, -1 M.'M15H F "MN W '-P2 HQ.. Y Y . yvww 1 ,M I g Z1'ufgV'gg' cf fyfccaf Ofzegqn gmfefzncfni on fzeelz 'tow ' 'A. ' A .- -. ,Q-,Q JM, , 'JJ--' -1.-. 'x ' 'ul' -4 . , A -, , . Donald iohnson, interfraternity council president. 'zee residents The interfraternity council meets twice each month at dinner sessions at the various fraterni- ties on the campus to talk over problems which are common to all Greek men. Occasionally men from the faculty and down- town Eugene are invited to address the group on appropriate subjects. Dean of Men Virgil D. Earl and Dean of Person- nel Karl W. Onthank are advisors. The continuous aim of the council is to im- prove the rushing rules so as to remove all the less desirable elements of that busy period. Don Iohnson, council president, attended the national interfraternity council covention in the East during the Christmas holidays. Other offi- cers are: Iohn Keyes, vice-president, Kenneth Battleson, secretary-treasurer. Last spring term the council, assisted by Pan-- hellenic, published a fraternity-sorority hand- book. The 48-page booklet was designed by Edi- tor Vic Rosenfeld to be used by the freshmen and their parents. lt contained accurate information concerning the fraternities and sororities on the campus and Was intended to help newcomers choose a living organization to their liking. Rosenfeld's staff included: Virginia Regan, Ed Reames, lane Lagassee, Abe Weiner, Phyllis Adams and Dick Litfin. An introductory section contained pictures and articles of advice Written by Dr. Boyer, then University president, Virgil D. Earl, dean of men, Karl W. Onthank, dean of personnel, and Hazel AP. Schwering, dean of Women. Members of the Oregon Interfraternity Council, front row, left to right: John Yantis, Delta Tau Delta: Ken Battleson, Sigma Nu: Don Johnson, Sigma Phi Epsilony Harold Faunt, Pi Kappa Alpha: Bud Smith, Phi Sigma Kappa. SECOND ROW: Dick Pierce, Sigma Chi: Bill Vermillion, Theta Chi: Charles Bittel, Beta Theta Pi: Bud Robertson, Kappa Sigmag lvan Clark, Phi Gamma Delta: Harold Weston, Alpha Tau Omegaj, Keith Osborne, Chi Psi: Zollie Volchok, Sigma Alpha Mu. eil u vive Q eefz I1'll5i43SI4GlZZS Rush week is probably the busiest period of the stu- dent year for the most people at Oregon. Summer rushing is followed on the campus by a frantic week of activity on the part of the fraternity men who need new pledges to replace graduated seniors. For seven days the freshmen are feted and led to believe the old rumor about college being peachy is really true. But after being entertained at theatres, parties, picnics, golf, tennis, bowling and stag parties, they are finally induced to pledge "the best fraternity on the campus". Donald lohnson, president of the interfraternity 1 ti rf , 1 mst.. council, was in charge of rush week administration for the group. The day of unregulated rushing has passed at the University. ln other days rushees were "kidnapped", kept out all night, and had to undergo other undesir- able practices on the part of the fraternities. At present, thanks to cooperation among the frater- nities with the administration, rush week ills have been minimized. The new student, naturally confused at finding himself in a strange and busy life, is consid- ered first in the rushing program. He is free at all times to seek advice from men on the faculty. ,.4-l discussion. posed for this. , , W ' . .t,g2fig:. 2-mga.. ,' -1-t'11W'-E- 'fit.7l2s'4, , f,+gi1frf.s,..1A,1f ' , ,t5w'iltt,, itfiizllftlis -I 1,3g,sjyrg'1 Y, M girl' 'i"seir.t sk: ,f2rgsf"wgsg2w3'f , W ' if- "wt st N 1' t ' lWt.w:'ff'fFffJ's,-is'msin iw: iN..'L.T.Z ll f?si5isf5iVfl'fzr?1fi5.1 Y U trier i This typical rush Week scene was snapped by the camermen from be hind closed curtains at the SAE house. The rushee was so involved he hardly blinked his eyes when the flash of light interrupted the This action photo of rush week will bring memories to most any man who has rushed or been rushed by Greek lettermen. The Phi Psi men flint., t ,Ultf,,ll,r -ft 5 2 ' A a 1, ' L J., W 14 . ve IPM Hall ff.: 1 .V QE lew- :Q Chess is sti SENIORS: Theodore Bohlmqn, Kesslt A C V . 'Q EA N'f'5-' 11 popular. av- -wfme-st' W er annon, Frank oss, Mrnoru Yasui 0 IUNIORS:xFranklir1 Allen, Albert Chamberlai A no . SOPI-IOMORES:td Herbert x 60 , A W ev QQ L .if I 1 V , tw. A, , 17: , A Walter Vernstrotidi 'K,A Alpha hall. Anderson, Phil Barrett, Howard B urness, Robert Corby o FRESHMEN: Alvin Anderson, 'Lloyd Borid, With' ColWel1,I h 1 A 1 111' Qi rt Coomler, Gerrytwolff. ' ' . . ...xv ' . - if X' ' ' -' 6 TOP ROW: A. Anderson, H. Anderson B , arrett, Bohlman, Burnett, Cannon Colw II ROW. Duncan, Eddy, Goodhue, G ff ' ' , e , Coomer, Dedman. SECOND ea ,I Hornmg, Keller, Lewss, Nlacnob, Magnon. THIRD ROW: Mann, Mylon, Parks, Rrchardson, Storli, Swiger, Thomson, Voss. 4 -'Y ll-3 -lr Q ' "A1f5hc1xhc111,erse look out the window of V 2 ' ' one of the rooms. hx P ',."9-rv, A nother group Waits cr few minutes before leorvinq for class. 7au me cz Q , 'n"'7 --'- '- X. X Ny, The stucco "hotel" makes an interestinq subject for a cameraman. GRADUATE STUDENTS: Kenneth Abraham, Al Davis, Darrell .Miller, Harold Rees Will' 1 i 1am,SpeirsQ,-Iohn Thomas, Clyde Walker.,VIames Wilkinson 0 SENIORS: Don Anderson, Bill Blackaby, Norman Danielson,,Charles'ilrwin, Woodrow Eyeritt, Sam Fort, Hal Good,3Bob Goodtellow, Richard"Hoskins,Q Andres Karstens, Bert Myers, Glenn Pahl, Wayne Scott, Clif-- ,ford Troland, Charles Walnum o , TIUNIORSQ Jack, Berry, Al Brown, lack Crawford, Kirk Eldridijeffwilliami Foster, Iohn Hay, Hans Karstens, George Lotta, nina Moore, Barr Palmer, Edward Shuey, Robert, Sproat, Everett Stroble, lack,WaqstafE,il-larryiwiebstonig o SOPHOMCRES: tame-Ssuck lack D q , C unn, 5Glennllifif7l Eaton, Herb Ehrsam, Gerald Graybeal,'Robert Hochuli, at A V, '. wif fl f , W ,, - KIA, 3 ,, . , t -7 ' 622 Q 'QL , W? , 1 M 51 Q5 ., K . - .,, Harry Weston, left, president of Alpha Tau Omega. : U A V: ' Ni Wayne Mackin WilliamM t' , or imer, Eldon Wyman, Page Yaw s PL EDGES: Ralph Alden, Ierry Alford, Robert Black, Bob Blenkinsop, Royce Campbell, Bob Chilcote, Allison Childs, Gilman Danielson, Franklin Day, William Leonardj5Eaton,i Harbld Ellicott, Frederic Fisherj Tl-'lorncfsfl-lutchins, Robert LaBontLe, Paulaliaqfan, Iohn Martin, Lloyd Mitchell, . Max Peabody, Blames Peake, Atlee Pearcy, lIamfe'ystfPickett,,l' ,,,Glenn" Pownderji "flames ' EloYd Roberts, Walter Rossrxiann, Lovett Rousseau, Richard Sears, Eugene Sharp, Kirman Storli, Erle Swanson, L1ci7YdfThQmaSQ,,ReterfWaScher,l Norman wienerg- Janes Wilson, Bob Adolph Zarrisky. T C ,A ' A A Hg, it 2 5 S 1 TOP ROW: Abraham, Alden, Alford, Berry, Black, Blackaby, Brown, Buck, Campbell, Childs, Chilcote. SECOND ROW: Crawford, Dafy, G. Danielson, N. Danielson, Anderson, Dunn, G. Eaton, L. Eaton, Ehrsam, Eldridge, Elliott. THIRD ROW: Erwin, Fisher, Fort, Foster, Grayloeal, Good, Goodfellow, Karstens, Hay, Hoagland, Hochuli. FOURTH ROW: Hoskins, Hutchins, La Bonte, Logan, Long, Mackin, Mortive, Miller, Lloyd. TOP ROW: Moore, Mortimer, Myers, Palmer, Pahl, Peabody, Peake, Pearcy, Pickett, Pownder, Quinn. SECOND ROW: Rees, Roberts, Rossmann, Rousseau, Scott, Sears, Scharp, Shuey, Speirs, Sproat, Stafford. THIRD ROW: Stanard, Storli, Stroble, Swanson, J. Thomas, L. Thomas, Troland, Tupling, Wagstaff, Walnum, Wascher. FOURTH ROW: Weston, Wiener, Wilkinson, Wilson, Witty, , Woodrow, Wyman, Yaw, Zamsky. 63' gefa meta pi 9 l ef ti 'L , 1 , S, ,g' P li l t 1 5 Beta's brick house on the Oregon millrace. ,, , s . ,eil s,, i 1- 1 .i 1 , t V f-t SENIOBS: Robert Beard, Charles Bittel,,GeorgeMCorey, Warren 4Crill,Q,larnesQzlilubbard, Donald' Kenn d M e y, Ercel ma, Karl Koch, Dale Lasselle, Iames Mackie, George Moore Sion Wentworth o U , I NIORS: Harry Adams, Q.hDenton Burdick, Roy Burnett, Ed Burkitt, Ralph Cath Th C Q A ey, .t 1 ieodoreGebhart, William I-larro Ff " E ' W, red Hendrrcks, Glandon Kelty, Iohn Kestly, Walter ,Miller, ,Donald Smith, Roderick Speetzeen, Robert Wintermute 0 SCPHOMORES: Ben Clabauqh, BLVClayton,'gBoqer Conrad, Robert Dent, Hal Duden, Earl Fortmiller, Joseph Haque, Ellroy Iensen, Howard Iones, Edwin WT il , I 62 Beta President Charles Bittel. Lu , a unas,'Wi1liam Penqra, Wellington Quinn, 5 Thoirfras 4Robe1ftfsor1,, Iaelc Smith, Don Thomas, 'Leslle7We'r,scihkul1, Richard Werschkul, Chester Wolcott. o PLEDGES: Steve ,Anderson Maurice Bintord, Wentworth Bowman Frank Bradford, Fred Burrows, Robert Carlon, Bill len- kins, Edward Leonard, Carlos Long, Evert McNeeley, Robert O'Donne1l, Iames Rathbun, Robert Stocks, Rob- ert Taylor, Donald Turner, Iarnes Vieth, Sherman Wet- more. ckey, Iohn McGowan Matt Pav l 1 TOP ROW: Adam B k' au- in S.. s, ur itt, Beard, Binford, Bittel, Bowman, Bradford, Buell, Burnett, Burrows, Carlon, Cathey. SECONDMROW: Clabaugh, Clayton, Conrad, Corey, Creighton, Dent, Fortmiller, Gebhardt, Gill, Hogul. Horrow, Hendricks. THIRD ROW: Hubbard, Hunter, Jenkins, Jones, Kelty, Kennedy, Kestly, King, Knight, Koch, Lacy, Lasselle. FOURTH ROW: Leonard, Long, Luckey, Mackie, McGowan, McNeeley, Miller, Moore, Near, 0'DonnelI, Pavalunas, Quinn. FIFTH ROW: Rathbun, Robertson, D.:Smith, J. Smith, Stocks, Taylor, Thomas, Turner Vieth, Went th , wor , L. Werschkul. R. Werschkul. SIXTH ROW: Wetmore, R. Wintermute, W. Winterrnute, Wolcott. o 'eIiim'Vieih, an Ohio State transfer, didn't 1 A 'T fr' ' , ' budqeiwhen the Hush, came. He missed T t ' his 3 dclockl Bob Stocks is going over his map before going out on that Saturday night date. x, L . v 'Q gn-V V t. 1: AE 5 In N V - E at X, ..M.i .- K if . . , t ft 'Ap 3'f,i'e-, Q 514' pf' V ,,. 1n Newest ot Oreqon fraternity houses, the blue and white home ot the lads reposes on the millrace. GRADUATE sTUDENTsfw1111qmiDoughefiy, Kenneth Miller 9 SENIORS: Richard Bryson, Thomas Fuson, Frederiiclc,Heidel,,Georqe lwilliarns 9, JUNIQRS: lack Hi,1emmer,fBrock Miller, Keith Osborne, Philip Sheehan, lim Wells, Robert Wilhelrn o SOPHO- MORES: Davide Aronson, Allen lBertz,-,Wen Brooks, Robert Haines,,fGerry Horstkotte, Rlobertrlolly, laik McClung, Howard Rauqht, Lloyd Robbins, 'Iohn Skilv- ,,. Frederick Heidel, chief man at Chi Psi lodqe. ,' ,, N i i, rl ' , J fn , ' 7 ,I . , f um it 't",,.5! it , ' 1, ' - vi, 'w i s ' I , ,illl"l'i1gix,Q T " . 1, I ll I .Al ina, Thomas Starbuck, Lawrence Teeple,lRobert Tongue, Robert Winslow tb PLEDGES: Kenneth J Bowes, Qhaiincey Brewer, 'Wallace Canfield, Robert llEadie, Ellsworth Ellis, William Foskett, I.lSheridan Hickey, Gaines Hurlburt, Frank Kramer, Fred E. Mil- ler, Martin ,Rieg,ZlRoland Rodman, Lloyd, Sullivan, Charles'Tripp.' 7 7 ' ' ' A if is Q. TOP ROW: Aronson, Bertz, Breuer, Bowe Brooks Bryson Caufield E d' ' , , , , a le, Ellis, Foskett. SECOND ROW: Fuson, Heidel, Hickey, Horstkotte, Huemmer, Hurlburt, Jolly, Kramer, McClung, F. Nliller. THIRD ROW: B. Miller, K. Miller, Osborne, Raught, Rieg, Robbins, Rodman., Sheehan, Skirving, Starbuck. FOURTH .ROW: Sullivan, Teeple, Tongue, Tripp, Wells, Wilhelm, Winslow. ' lim Wells about five minutes before his 8 o'clock. 1,-,ily 92.12,-.," ' oflwlhe, phone" is CI familiar crhlfrcxlerhity ho1ise.,O1'11y this time Worlldce Cofuiield ish after cx dcrte. '67 Q i I 1 x . X en oofrefzczfives es at Oregon Here is one of ihe modern houses in h W ich the cooperative movement thrives ai the University. A' i'-.ss . c- 'z - 4 -A ' 'i' .4 -'ri -i , " K .flfvx , I 15,236 K, ,1 feBADgU1SLirEi Q ' S: George du id in ,arf Q :fwfr f . ' 'W ff 'f ' i Y' K Yard Dhmari Donald R f ., rrii 4 Wiillianisg 'V o s SENIORSQ'Q1Gordon5-Qonnelligff Donald ,iExIY,iGrUSiHUT1buET2E1IhO Iens i P , , 4 , .4 ,snr Gu1,l,,TgGiii1z1s5fGl:,HOW- 1fwid,P.dfksr,i9fmsrisir .A - is -- W S, iepgrd vo' 1UNl9?3S:,MQ1iQ5qriHQ!- rison, Pat11'Iacobs'Mar1owe Ienks my ,, , py Knudsefi, is 'fer Kraft, Hubard Kuokka, Iohn Miller, Cari Pfodjnqet, f, Fr di R 1 ' 4 ' i d d X d d e b pasor, RobertrShe11ey o SGPHCDMW n' U i , Q V- , N Crockeitf Ddiigid Edge, Piobertxdl-Ioeferf Phoebusifs i s igwv K Q .. My . 68s Arw- Klonoff Fred Kr 1 , em, Norman MacKay, Christopher Madera, Lawrence Quinlan o FRESHMENLJFIQHKV Blachiy, Leonard Burke, Marvin-Elie,"R5B'e1:t Ellejjfgw. is Fedoff JGC,kfFI9if2"1Pl?4Qi5 Rsdiisif Orange, I, Wgg,Beese,'Dg5ncr1d Serin, ,Chester Shun, Iohn Shariklaudyihyigalter SIfliih,.Winsion Smith, Winslow Mi si- E1 i - ' or Gr,es.II'yson-., is , ' ui:yw.,,,Qv .. 'gs,.xlvi,,.ws- 1 Agia ., -5. gi, .s we n X " 32' r , ifgis, . 2 . ,F -w ' as WK ' . sa V , K . LX 1 V r , s fK1iokkc1 pres neil cooperative hous TOP ROW: Argyris, Bikmari, Burke, Connelly, B. Elle, M. Elle, Erickson, Fedor, Ferraris, Fry, Harrison, Heid. SECOND ROW: Hill- way, Hurlburt, Jacobs, Jenks, Jensen, Kraft, Kreml, Kuokka, Larson, Lattimore, Lisiak, Luamo. THIRD ROW: MacKay, Madera, Mates, Miller, Ohmart, Orange, Parks, Prodinger, Quinlan, Rasor, Reese, Saint. FOURTH ROW: Satchwell, Scott, Shann, Shankland, Shepard, Smith, Stanley, Stevens, Wilfred, Williams. Marvin Elle searches for Q tune on the dial oft the Thirteenth avenue branch. U Gordon,Connel1y, left, poses with cr Q M 'group at the Kincaid. street house. i 69 s Deffa TW Della Marshall Nelson, president ot the DTD's. The De -Just a block from the Tri Delts. I-Iere's their dwelling on the hill. lts live on University street ' it SENKDRS: Robert ohfismer 195 M ll H V, , ,, , .,i, ri, oore,RobertiMu1- V9Y,'l,MQIShGl Nelson cl , , r on Palmer, Albert Runkle, Iohn Selley, E. Howard Tornasi, ,KennethlWeber, ,lim ,Weberf Billfwililston r 1UN1QRS:'C1vde Anqermwif Georee Hall, Kenneth llarson, 'Doile lltiliilliqan, Ralph Peyton, Ralph, Severson, James, Wood, Leo Young u Q H QM O R Williarntiofliqneijg Glayton5Ellis, GefdldTGoodl,lTfGera1d ,pHQmpte1,'l ,charles 'sChqfmep, . X l70l e ' Q w wan , PLEDGES:.Toin Atkin- son, Ed Baxter Lynn B J er Wendt Iohn Yantis , A , T T T ockes, Bruce Car-kins, Bert Chamberlain, George Drach, William Freeney, Iohn S. Green, Reese Lamb, Art Lamka, Ed Martin, I. T. Mon- ahan, Harry Reqnart, Wyatt Rosborouqh, David San- derson, Robert Smoke, Bert Stronq, Iarnes Tait, Roy' Vernstrom, Walt Vernstrorn. k 1 TOP ROW: Angerman, Atkinson B k , oc es, Baxter, Carkin, Chamberlin, Christner, Drach, Eigner, Ellis, Freeney, Good. SECOND ROW. Green, Hall, Holzapfel, Lamb, Lamka, Larson, Martin, McLaughlin, Monahan, Moore, Moose Mulli a . ' Palmer, Peyton, Regnart, Runkle, Sanderson, Schannep Sell S ' , g n THIRD ROW. Nelson, , y, everson, Snoke, Strong, Tart. FOURTH R ' ' W. Vernstrom, Webbe W ' ' X f' 'J-'Reese Lamb in cgdnenser moment. OW. Tomasl, R. Vernstrorrl, r, endt, Winston, Woods Yantls, Young. ' Harry Re-qncxrt with cz lcxtherles Note the pictures on the WG11. S TCIZOT. Qc?" llli-'QCA J- -71 3 E i Q Delia upsfzm 4.1: i 2 The DU's remodeled home is a proud note in rushing talk. SENIQRS: Tony Hllmato, ,Robert -Dean, r Kenneth Ely, Toe Eiztrleif, Norman ,EasleyrWi11iam5Esies,'il3en Forbes, Ned Gee, Richard Halley, Mortimer Heinrich, William Iones, Louis Kelsey, larhes Kilpatrick, Kenneth Kirte ' leY,'IacksLeW, VVV' CharlesfMcGirr, Willard Mclnturff, RoloertfE.g,lVlorris, Robert? ,Moser ,A'o, Gordon Perlichfl David Silven, George F1 Smith, Gerald- A. Smith,QGer- ald T. Smith, 'Paul Wilson, William Zimmerman: lb IUNIORS: Patil Deutschmann, Zanegsliemler, John Moe Kean, Francis Price, Wilfred Roadman, George Skip- Worth, Robert Vaughn, Karl Wester 0 SOPHO- Ken Ely, dark-toned president oi Delta Upsilon. ff 6 , 1 r MORES: Harold DeCicco, COHQlvQ-.GTG'hbT,Cl!GIl9S Skinner, lohn Web.Gfnxglarendeflziircher 'ao 'PLEDG- ES: ,Richard Brermeke, Ralph Blower, lames Brinton, Richard Clark, Robert Corby, Barton Dake, lack Davis, George Ehlers, leremiah Huntleyfrank lohnston, Wil- liam Kirkpatrick, Robert Kraqer, lWilliamV llauderback, Robert Laurenson, Lawrence. Lewjlack Matzger, Dwight Nott, Fred Paterson, Paul Thunemann, Iames Timmins, Richard Terpening, William Van Dyke, Ken- neth Waggoner, Wallace White. V l 'KV - V S' Q- -. ' 'f7', 1 i , ' Q, ' ' TI ' x' - -:',. H. , . - .M , it ,., ' N., fi' -4 N J - Qlul V X. .. 1 - K? VV! ' n.z..,.vi.3, Vi, it--'zzf EV I . . V. V , Tig? 'V , V V V. . il ' f V sig?-VV LV, ' Ein " i 'lx ":' 2 " VV ' 1 V G" --. V f?" ' V .Lf Zim ' VV, V V .Vg .. fy .V VVVV V VV.. .. , VV zl: V , ,V 2 V , .. . - . si: :.: 3.5! .. . Q .qw ' J -:-:1' T ' ,:-.-. . .5 1 li - ., .J -, 1 i,.:-! - . .:.. .V1-: -- if-1.6 'V ' Q3 VV 7 V h . i- H, V, . .,.. . .1 . if - -. . - 3 V ef , W V VV , H . 'Q , . T 1 is ' - V . . r L- Y ' 'J . 5 ' .,F"' ' ' 1 - ., . VV. 5.-.4 .A V Q VT V 5 It F V V A V 3. 4 VL V V VV T H V 5, XKVVV ---v V ' rl : ,VV .. V ,,..V.VV f. .1 AX ' I L... 1 , - '23 N., V Y - . P J. 1- - J ' V ' 1 lr 'Q I V VV VV I: V Q .. . M t ....: , V V5 .. ww ' - . ,,,. . T T Q --.'2 me - .,"-- 1 A 'A.M r 1 - .... , . . fl ' ' .fag - -:.- :-: : , - Y--- V . Y ,:. .,.--- - -V V. ... VV ' ,gi . -. Lge.. J f 1 -. ' H .X V Ai P '-.. .. ' L , 1 J A - D VY' V, V VV VV VE :,. ., Vila, .-,, .... ga .V GJ.. V VV V .--x X if kvvl V V K -. V W A 3 'V VV VV XV V: V V ,MV A if ,Vu VVVV ,... Viz, - . I Vi ' TOP ROW: Amato, Blower, Brenneke, Brinton, Clank Corb ROW: Duke, Early, Ehlers El t , y, Creager, Davenport, Davis, Dean, De Cicco, Deutschmann. SECOND , y, Estes, Forbes, Gee Grabb, Heinrich, Holley, Huntley, Jones. THIRD ROW: Johnston, Kemler, Kil pa rick, Kirkpatrick, Kirtley, Lawrenson, J. Lew, L. Lew, McGirr, McKean, Mclnturff, Mclvlillana. FOURTH RO ' ' Nott, Paterson, Perlich, Price, Roadman, Silven, Skinner, George F. Smith Ge ' ' Smith, Thunemann, Terpening, M t in., W. Morris, Moser- , rald A. Smith, Sklpworth. F a zger, Weber, Wester Va D ' IFTH Rowrcaerald 'rf , n yke, Baughn, Zimmerman, Zurcher. j' Price Vicmd Chi Omeqcfs Virginia " ' Regan c1re'cduqhtposin'. xav- Frcmk Iohnst man forgot him! on in bed. The 8 o'c1ock! 4.73 r emma Hall me :xi :Q gm ' Edmund VVilson, president ot Gamma hall. Gamma men coming from class. GRADUATES: , E 1 , Hayman, Hans Plambeck to SENIORS' P C l G " Mortimer Andron, Roland Dickie ' Paul , Y , David Riverall, Paul Sanders, loe,Sl'1er,l,ock, lohn 1 A N . au ers- Srneed, Fay Stearfns,,Hirosl'ri,jSiimida, Richard WrGIY rler, Percy Morioka, Karl Thomason,4Edmund'Wilson s ,FRESHMEN:i'Geofqei'AkntaqaWa, Leland Babcock, 6 IUNIOR-S: Calvin Wilson, William Wright- f CQ lack fBen50hj-'Hqykjqrdv Chaplinrlerome Delxfleerleer, SOPHOMORES: William Cardinal,lMicl'1ael,Dariotis, Roloert Engelke, Clayton Hess, Russel Hulett, Walter, Victor XDeMattei, Clayton Helqren, Ira. Helqreri, 1 fMcCorr1ackg Elmer Mallory,.R-Qbert Orme Robert bert lwata,,lohn LePine, C-eorqe Loeft1er,VWayne lvlcff ' A 5 Q Paul, Pierce Mallory, "'l I ack Metcalf, James Moe,,4Wilfl liarn Nor F 'W 5 ene, ree-man Patton, Theodore Proudfoot, 374 Briggle,ggi-ctpt1ti3iaiqewqy,'R0beff smith, yqffce smith, Williarn ThompSon,,,lWilliarn White, ,l..lOYCl Wilson, Robert ilson. l P ' , 'V ' TOP ROW: Akutagawa, Babcock E , Cardinal, Engelke Geisler C . Mallory, P. Mallory Met lf , , . Helgren, I. Helgren, Hess, LePine, Loeffler, McFaul. SECOND ROW: , ca , Moe, Morioka, Norene, Orme, Patton, Plambeck, Proudfoot, Riversoll. THIRD ROW: Sanders,Smeg':d, R. Smith, V. Smith, Stearns, Sumida, Thomason, Thompson, White, E. xvilson, C. Wilson. FOURTH ROW: L. ' ' Wray, Wrig t. Wllson, R. Wilson, . Q Iack,Farris, Percy Mo Billy Cardirial and Vance Smith caught in a session. rioka, Cal Wilson, Thre 75 e on a flare: Vance Smith, Billy Car- dinal and Bob Orme. I apfm gigma if Iohn Keyes, Kappa Siqma's blond house president Hung with Wisteria, Kappa Siqma's first iraternity house remains one of the m t os beautiful on the campus. SENIORS: William Andru R s, obert Becker, Albert Carter, William'Dalton, William Finch, Oliver Hughes, Ra I ' y ewel, Phil Iohnson, Iohn Keyes, Sam Mack, Rob- ert McCullouqh, Raymond McNair, Charles.Miller William Polk V , ernon Pomeroy, Robert PoWell,,La: Verne Terjeson o IUNIORS' lack G . avin, Richard Olcott, Clarence Peterson, Alfred Rawlinson, Leonard Robertson, Guy Simpson, Robert Smith, Edward St' R . . ipe, obertWatk1ns, William Walker o SOPHO- '76 - 1 MORES: , J I A sen, Robert Morse, Elved Steele, Frank Yliet,fMalcolrn Waltf man, Waldo Cailtield 4 Lloyd Hoffman Erlina Iacob P , ,V it P y , Q . PLBDGES: Dem Cadle, Iohnffouqhlan, 4-Stan1Qy.LDavis, QQuentin Earl, Frank Emmons, Porter Friz2ell, William Graham, Ralph Grit- fith, Philip "Gould, Robert McMurray, Ralph' Moore, Harry Spence, Robert Shisler, Romeo Simonelli, Neil Stackhouse, Robert, Stone, Robert St. Clain Burton Thurston, Arthur Winetrout. ' i 'K 1351 H, - ze- aff if " . L , .nm , TOP ROW: Andrus, Ashpole, Cadle, Carter, Caufield, Dalton, .Davis, Earl, Gavin, Gaul, Graham, Griffith. SECOND ROW: Hoffman, Hughes, Jewel, Johnson, Keyes, McCullough, McMurray, McNair, Miller, Moore, Morse, Nlack. THIRD ROW: Olcott, Olson, Peterson, Polk, Pomeroy, Powell, Rawlinson, Robertson, Shisler, Stackhouse, Steele, Stipe. FOURTH ROW: Stone, Terjeson, Thurston, Walker, -- " . 'fffri' fn, 5 , . Q f'Bi3b so he Wont exceed 1 ,,'o,, b , ,'-' 3 I Q R I fuqe,l1eedfQ111Qy. ., A Watkins, Waltman, Winetrout. , . If he could only cook! This is Frank 5 Van Vliet. i ' f Lg,-'n FW S3 'Vegan-: ,gf ia? HL.. -, i , ,L G X., i c 1 l 4 Y, i , f , l , M4296 Hall 5 . Wallace Rice, president of Omega hall. Solitaire. GRADUATESQ oliver Field 1 , ack Plotkin 0 SENIORS: Lesley Forden, Masa Kato, Robert Kidder, Bernard Kliks, Iohn Meyer, Hiroaki Minatoya, George Shimojima, lack Townsend, lack Urfer 0 IUNIORS-z Vincent Gates, Hayden Price, Wallace Rice, Charl Shirnomura Ed ' es , Wm Welsh 0 SOPI-lOMORES:Alan 78 N-ls.. Z Davis, Kenneth Dell William H'ld , 1 retl'1,Theodore,l-loch, Russell lnslceep, lack McComb, Tommy Oqura, Leon Olmstead, lohnny Ruiz, .Frank Seifert ' o FRESH- MEN:jMa1jvin Boyd, Daniel Brennan, Robert Foster, lames Slialei Lawren A , ce Weinberg, Philip Wood, lack Yoshitomi. ' D ,Meq4si'fii1ii'iqr,Qroliipvytibowje is composed of Minutoycz, Georqef Shimojimo Q S and Icrck Yoshitomig A x e ts -., TOP ROW: Grennan, Davis, Forden, Foster, Hoch, Kato, Kidder, Kliks, McComb. SECOND eow: McKee, Meyer, ' ' ' ' h' a. THIRD ROW: Shimojima, Skalet, Townsendg Urfer, Mmatoya, Ogura, Olmstead, Rnce, Rletz, Seifert, S lmomur Yoshitomi. Larry Weinberg Washes up cz bit before Torrimy Oqurct, Chqr1es,kShimomurc1, 79 lunch. ix,-Y Y',j',,-'jT"7i'-, 1 ef' , ,xiii Q1 W L : I kg , 5- . ,JW ' 'Q 2M"3'f?i! 1 if. '. 'j'1'1vjfr 3- ya- pd :uni-'1' Q eip. nfl,QlS.r T 4 1. I4 11.2.-:iff ni .,uyff.L4p,v,fZ 1 :J - .2 fb-, -1 wr-1,,'l'J:,I 5 53. -argapr X x E, .-L'-1.-:ggi-'. 1 .seq N ass gywgfg- rv -' 1,12 M K. .W A, f fr , . ,, 1, Delta 7-Leia sq ' .-ang, H14 f Fw' -Y' , M, ,.,, , , :gri n I ig- Y: ' .gif- t .wr ,gi ,, 1 ' K: aff Phi Delt's head man, Douglas Milne. f v,,,,r,i:.-':- :ff-""" ,',.F,,- Phi Delta Theta's home on Kincaid street. GRADUATE STUDENTS: Tallant Greenongh, 1 ,Sidney tMilligan,Qi,l:'ranlc tNaslt,l no LSENIORSAQ, Noel Denny Breaid, Clyde Carroll, Walter Cline, loe Deyefs, Douglas Milne v IUNIORS: William: Cummings, Lauren Gale, Harold l-laener, lames Nicholson,fflo'e Sallee, flames Schriver, Ken Shipley, tEdWardk.fSltro- hecker, Willis Watson, Urgel Wintermutel 0 sopra- SOMORES: Gordon Benson, Scott Corbett, Alan, bie, Robert Cutler, Robert Elliott, Norman Holt, GBGYI Houghton, Allan Hunt, Paul laclcson, Larry Lance, Lloyd Magill, Harry Milne, Peter Mitchell, Clayton 80 Pearson, Charles Ph' rpps, Williarn, ReTqqn,.jRotl'ier Smith, Harry Tarbell 0 PLEDGES t I, . lack Blanchard Dc51iQlC1s:D ' ' V J H a 16-y Jqckfnfint " ' ' , ,P M i ,neqaHi4HCiIfiilton'l-liclcson, Harold-1 lflof- , uri, Ied1','HQ1mg-ggiuiigle-,'fI5Q5,.rie1er K1 H , A A ,Qsterman,:Rocl- ney Levirrnan GeorfJe'M kt' G I, H , sac' fini, 'Hugh ,McMenarnin, Larry Mirrtnaugh, John Nelson, Dick Philli ' l L G ppl, ack obertson,.rBrll Scharpf, Bill Seeley, Kneeland Stone ,BobuVaClhai's Sam'V A D r 1 . r yke, Dean Vincent, iWittlifiQ A A G L TOP ROW: G. Benson, N. Benson, Blanchard, Breaid, Carroll, Cline, Corbett, Cummings, Cutler, David, DePittard, R. Elliott. SEC- OND ROW: H. Elliott, Feasley, Gale, Haener, Hannegan, Hickson, Hofman, Holmes, Holt, Houghton, Hunt, lgoe. THIRD ROW: Irwin, Jantzen, Klosterman, Lewman, McMenamin, Mackln, Magill, Milligan, D. Milne, l-l. Milne, Mimnaugh, R. Mitchell. FOURTH ROW: P. Mitchell, Nelson, Pearson, Phillippi, Phipps, Regan, Riordan, Robertson, Sallee, Scharpf, Schwieger, Seeley. FIFTH ROW: Shipley, Smith, Stone, Strohecker, Tarbell, VanDyke, Vadnais, Vincent, Watson. Wintermute, Wittliff. Pete Mitchell, loe Sollee, Hoy Houghton, Woli Cline, lock l-lenneqcm, Hugh Irwin Scott Corbett, Bill Watson cmd Ted Holmes oi home. 1 if mcrscoi. 1 ..,. Q 4. ji i 51: P ml-1 i emma Della i Fiji's president, lason Lee. 'v-"'v ,xx , fgx ' . Phi Gamma Delta moved forward this year when it again moved into a regular fraternity house. SENlORSg5Dick Beolgsfred Beck, Larryflrane, Iohnsrud,'l"'l3us Jones, lason' Lee, Iohn'A7Maeder,-Qlflfllbv Smith o Vt ' IUNIGRS: Bill Carnpbellflack Casey, Ivan Clark, Clarence Francis, I-lerbertl-lein, .laolc Lochridge, Don Marshall., Ted Olsen, Ed Setiiert Q SOPHOMORES: Dick Hutchison, Ierry Norville, ,sz .le as lI'lI'lI"Il'II"H' s A1 I-H i , , .5 it . A ,' i li George Sullivan 0 PLEDGES: Howard Al,len,fPhil Bladine, Charles Coate, Ian1es,:,Qreiglfiton,'fl?red Chet Haliski, ,Einof luola, Rad McMillen,fH'obeIvt 'Mills- paugh, Norman Ranlgin, BobiRichards, Al Rogers, Bob Sohulze,Richard Seiliert, less Shinn, George Smith, Stanley Staiger, Iohn'Wood. " ' ' C, . T Y '22, ' A, "Z, .gag ' i if ' Hg' -R .J 1 ' ' ' LV f iii? " ' ' :Q " , ' :J U 9' Q 1 -1 if ' Nye 1 f, 'S F f 1 V 5. ' It , . ' ,ff Yi, " li " if ' ' S -4' N' '9 541 i -ii E- if ' ' R! i if Q a sa ., , 1' it f fi . ..:, if , z . iv' 3 4 f A -gf , ix- , , 3 , 1 1 'FK ' ix -,fl .51 'YL 1 I X: ": Klkl V gy' KJ V if 1 , ' -7 -. fa-eff F if -nr "H+ 1: 'J . T75 'QL' , I' j, ' V ,. :V A , Y , -I A -'-.. ...K ' 1 , ' , W' H 7' X 4" iii ' " ' I .6 15 153 -. -L ,"- 3f"rir- .. V. i F 1 f 1 1 4' av if i , at if 92- V ,,:,. g, ,A Q' , 1 L ,' V: . .fl i ' - ' 1 A if . V - f ,kin Y . A I . , ' A- , "V ' P - ' 'L ' 1. , f A ' - ' - - - ' i A - W 'Q Q , 21 -Q N - ' - , 31 J . . ' FE TOP ROW: Adams, Allen, Bailey, D. Beck, F. Beck, Bladine, Campbell, Casey, Clark, Coate, Crane, Qgvis. SECOND ROW: Findtner, French, Haliski, Hein, Holdene, Hutchinson, Jones, Juola, Larkin, Lee, Lochridge, McMilIen. THIRD ROW: Molder, Marshall, Nlill- spaugh, Nor-ville, Olsen, Potter, Richards, Rogers, Root, Schulze, E. Seufert. FOURTH ROW: R. Seufert, Shinn, G. Smith, R. Smith, Staiger, Sullivan, Wood. ,gg This scene was snapped during rush Week in the Fiji front room. 'friendly 'delivers the qoods ' .io Chuck Bailey While ivan Clark C looks on. ' if f alfa Sam Kroschel, president of Ph' K 1 upper Psi. The irciterr1ity's home on the millrcxce bank behind tall tir trees. A Her' QTSGIJ., Everett McKenna' R' hi ' P A ,.f, Q A A AA AQAA A ra: 'A'A .'I1hOmtoifQSfr1ith,iVO'?,EEdr.Wil'lfiidms- 'L '- " ,George BCrCAlCus, IohnBeldinq,A J-lxlVCI1'1'BQQf1lG, Fred A -SQI1 Will"" ' ' ' I , .,:lCfmChormbrec1u Philip Lyriclf G P 1 I In A A , , A, 'AAGOTqeVeiroii, or SOPHOMORES' time L sr '. lonefsfffblwirin 'RobertYcSunq oi 'PLED P ' f ' ' , lv GHS. Gerald Allen, Iimhrmi priest, Th i V' qmqs Baldwin, Derwent Bcmtd, Torh Robert Breeke, H91'lfY'CCIII1p, lack Cole,',Cctmer9iifQQl- 84 lier, L1oyclCummir1qs Geo' C ' , . qe rang, LlQyclADrew31fI'6il- muclqe Enclres, Georg'QA fGrunseth"H 'i bert I-l ' f " i ""' 'P' ' ' YV , er qmer,-lim Hcnfmcrmen ' F1r'ecli Hi h A ' 1 A, c entsA,,Mdr,sh Hoftmcm, William Hbxie G dl A A , A,' or on KrGIn'CZ.lC1ck Leigh- ten, Vjqllqce 'ffigqert Ptohever, Cecil iScruriqlers, :Bdycl Sdwyer, lf-tebAertfSo1.iscx, Max Simmenis, Weedson Slater, Rdbert4Stc1Hord Will cl, U A A , Cnr ThQyAe.fV,PQu1Wc1ll- fworlc, Bertram Weird i P P H q A, Iackwwqpd, Archie Zczreweki. TOP ROW: Allen Armpriest Banta Belding, Bogue,-Brooke, Camp, Cole, Cummings, F. Drew, L. Drew. SECOND ROW: Duncan Epler, Grunseth, 'Hannamen,'Hicheris, Hoffman, Hoxle, Kroschel, Kratz. Larson, Lynch. THIRD ROW. McKenna, Ohrt, Rohmer, Saunders, Sawyer, Simmons, Slater, Sleeter, Smith, Stanton, Varoff. FOURTH ROW: Velvin, Wallwork, Williams, Wood, Young, Zarewski. 1 Fred Hichens ,swizIqs,tlj.e rake fall term. Bob Young in the shower. mfs I, ' 22194: ga ,f-ff gigma anna The green fraternity house df Psi Deuter- on ot Phi Sigma Kappa. , f WMV ' 1,-Y - -P sENro1is-vefiitinioou 'ii W it M . qi: P, Darrel Ellis, Stanley son, L B ' e oy Mattinqly, Robert Morrison V W l P , ernon Nel- song Iohn Sn1ith'WoodroW Trua M V,, it h X or IUNIOBS: Ed- qart-tSAnderson,lrtKeith Barker, Charlesj Eldinfgerf' -Frank Hitohcock, Morrisl Henderson, Georqe Kniqht, Forrest Krueger, Warren Liqqett, lack Plummer, Thomas Turf P95 Vernon Couqill, Phi Sig president. 3 ,, . f- -' -sl .' 9 - Q.-. ll l I e -,.- -lift ner, Warren Waldorf 0 SOPHOMO BESQCGII Mer- P Cer, Carter Fetsch, lack Inqrarn, Hilbert Totrnan ' 0 PLEDGBS: R ' ' ' ' ' aymond Bond, Bob Christensen, Weston CroW,'Rli1SSell Helterline, Charles lqoe, Stanley Iohn- son, Bill Knight, Bill Loniqcm, Millard Pediqo, Bill Port- er, l..eRoy' Scott, Ray Spaulding, larnes Van Keulen. l II! I tg 1. Potter-Swinqs vlhe paddle on lhe ping TOP ROW: Anderson, Barker, Bond, Christensen Cougill Crow Ed' , , , Inger, Ellis, Fetsch, Henderson. SECOND ROW: Helterlxne, Hobson, lgoe, Ingram, Johnson, W. Knight, G. Knight, Krueger, Liggett, Lonigan. THIRD ROW: Mc- Cormick, Mattingly, Mercer, Morrison, Nelson, Pedigo, Plummer, Porter, Scott, Smith. FOURTH ROW: Spalding, Totman, Truax, Turner, VanKeulen, Waldorf. , W 'i" .Q ponq table. is s 1 4 s 5 . s Q Q 87 , x ' ,Xf 1 . Vernon Couqill pauses onthe dcrvenpoft after or show. A 5' . 55 Q , 1 ,vga 1 if an ss ' 53 i 91 'az 4 14 1 pi I appa lg: This is :genuine sleep-pure and una- domed. GRADUATE STUDENTS: Neil Davidson, EdwinfRC1ud- sep p -' Q SENIORS: Riohard V. Anihony,'Wil1jarn G-assifnan, Q Hanfey 4 lohnson, A Ralph. ilohnston, , William C. McCarthy, ,Ralph Clsen o IUNICRS: Bruoe' Cur- rie, Robert Emerson, Haroldilfaunt, Courtney Lasselle, Harold Faunt, Pi Kappa Alpha president. "' 1. 1 Galen Robbins, Douglas Simms, Donald,Towe1',' HOW- ard Wilson o SOPI-IQMOBES,i'Douqlas'Faunt, Wil- liam Schaefer Qp,6:jPLEDGESf: larnes Goodwin, Ore-si Houghton, Menion Larsen, William Ralston, Roger Sheppard, Robert Watson. -A A 1 ,f4 ' XX 4 x 1 Q .wa 4 4 2 4 4 1 4 x 4 4 0 Q TOP ROW: Anthony, Cooley, Currie, Davidson, Emerson, D. Faunt, H. Faunt, Folgedalen, Gassman. SECOND ROW: Goodwin, Holcomb, Houghton, Johnson, Johnston, Larsen, Lasselle, McCarthy, Olsen. THIRD ROW: Pies- trak, Ralston, Raudsep, Rankin, Wilson, Reeyes, Ridgeway. Robbins, Schaefer. FOURTH ROW: Sheppard, Sin- Bob Rankin and Ralph Olsen stretch brotherly lfeelinqios the limit. imc, Tower, Watson. Ralph Olsen cmd Bill Grcxssmcm qo ctfter some music. ,l"' 1? ia- 5.2 O ,, A 4 'A a 89 4, H 2 4 was x Y 1 x E fs: e 2 ew, oss Hall Cl ifford Speaker, blond presdent oi Sherry Ross hall. Waiting for the driver in front of the dorm. VGRADUATE: Iohn Ryder o SENI OR: Freed Bales 0 IUNI-ORS: Robert Grant, Earl ScottfBeniamin Seron, lack Shiley Clit MORES: , 1 ordsSpeaker 0 SCPHO Iames Argyris, John Biggs, Probert Campbell, George Clowes, Kenneth Danford, Clyde Everton, Stewart Hayward, William Iaclgsonf Iohn Lindbloom, Neilson o MFRESHMEN' RobertiB ll A r Herbert l - G OUi,,'WOflhY Blaisdell, Cscar Bogynska, Lawrence Bryan, 'Edward 90 Burtensha , Q avenport, Richard Davidson, Charles Green, Blair Hafner, Walter Haug Hugh Hoffman Alan Kahn , , Shelton Low, lames Mari nie, Nick Matich, Be-rl Maxwell, William-Phelps, lack Powers, Benjamin Quinn Ken th w, Robert Creager lohnD , ne Baabe, Allen,Sam- A Auelson, Alana Schwartzb ' ' 4 A C erg, Milford Smith, I Howard Speer, Boy Terry, Ward Willson. ' ' 5 s 4 TOP ROW: Bales, Belloni, Biggs, Burtenshaw, Campbell, Clowes, Danford, Everton, Fukuda, Grant. SECOND ROW: Green, Jarner, Haug, Hayward, Hoffman, Jackson, Kahn, Lindbloom, Low, Marnie. THIRD ROW: Max- weil, Neilson, Phelps, Powers, Quinn, Raabe, Samuelson, Schwartzberg, Scott, Shiley. FOURTH ROW: Speaker, Speer, Terry, Wilson. The story teller, complete with pipe. 2 Cards before lunch. 91 gigma Zpsilon gl SAE's president, Maury Manning. The home of the violet men. GRADUATE STUDENTS' G I L , , , , , 1 . eorqe Newer, Edwqfd Reames 'ds SENICRSQ Arleigh' RobleftfDe- Armand, loe Huston, Raymond lensen, lohn Levlris, ,Frank Lloyd, Maurice Manning, Robert Pollock, Gil- bert. Schultz .0 IUNICRS: Robert Clement, Arthur, Ebright, Edward Hearn, Ronald Husk, Walter Kupfer, lay Langston, Bruce Mclntosh, lames F. Smith Chand ler Stevens H , ugh Styles, Edward Thomas, Cecil Walden s SOPHOMCRES: Robert Ball, lohn'Ca1d1,. Well, Avery Cloninger, Alland Conger, Charles Fox, T lohn Giesy, lens Hansen, George Heilig, Russell Iseli, 92 Ralph L ti a erty, Richard Litiin, EdWardNQ'Reilly, HOW ard Sehon Harold Shearer Ch T , C Q i ,- ,aries van-scoygsci +- PLEDGES: Ernest!-Yhderson, lames Davey, Orin Dayis, -Henr D T " ' ' y , zesler, Martin DuBois Dean Ell' Cl if , h H, g . is, are Eshel- 4 by, Kermit Girnre',.jfCcrrl Gravelle, ,Blames Grimmlfaul Harrison, Tom l ' ' L ' ' h acobs, Dolph lanes, Wesley lohnson, Robert'?Keen, Frank Meek, Owen Miller, Robert Moore, lamestMount, Martin Putnam, Warren Smith, Robert Stevenson, Laurence Straight Robert Tyler D ,v T ' I e1Vf1H Brakle., 3 ' T ' ' w TOP ROW: Anderson, Ball, Clement, Cloninger, Davey, Davis, Desler, Du Bois, Ebright, Ellis, Eshelby, Fox. SECOND ROW: Giesy, Gimre, Grovelle, Grimm, Hansen, Harrison, Hearn, Iseli, Jacobs, Johnson, Jones, Keen. THIRD ROW: Kupfer, Lafferty, Langston, Lewis, Litfin, Mclntosh, Manning, Meek, Miller. Moore, Mount, Neuner. FOURTH ROW: O'ReiIIy, Pollock, Putnam, Shearer, J. Smith, W. Smith, Stevenson, Stevens. Straight, Styles, Tyler. lcrck Lewis olncl lane Mirick in the floctt which Won second ot the ccmoe fete for SAE cmd Alpha Omicron Pi. l ' The SAE"'smoothies"Min full dress: Eddie Thomas, Russell Iseli, Tomy Langston, Bob DeArmonclg fij- , 93 l gigma u The home of the Selmmie s. GRADUATE: Ncrihcxn Cehen 0 SENIORS: Bernard Ho5enshi1'ge,p,,Mc1rvin ROSQITIIIY, Louisg Rotenberg, ,'Mel- viniVS1'1eVc1Ch,'Dcniid Siliiereg 'Zollie ,Viilizholq er o IUNIOR:Wi1lic1m Frcrqef 70 -94 X Zollie Volchok, Siqnia Alpha Mu's publicity man cmd president. l l V 1 l Milton Horenstein Gilb i , er SChlf1l'lZ,QI- o VPLEDG-ES: Burton Barr, Geefge Bodrieijf Her-Wg'l'NCflh51il5l'l.5i554"f5Qffi'l'Ri5h5i551efiiQ 1Ciffkfi511ilf11l7 Shark- ,'.' ig, e.l""' fi - '7 n ' ' h I k , , , s i K f s X 1 K , , as s X 7 Q TOP ROW: Barr, Bodner, Cohen, Ehrman, Frager, Herzog, Horenstine. SECOND- ROW: Kaufmen, Rice, Richen- stein, Ross, Rosumny, Rotenberg, Rubenstein. THIRD ROW: Schnitzer, Shevach, Shimshak, Silver, Volchok, Weiner. Bob Hereoofond Abe Weiner admire the . R V i trophies, 4 Mel Shevctch, man olbout the 'pus, tunes in if s i a 1 5 I 95 A ,fin wi 5 5 vp, Ax, a 1 S 'Y s 7' I 5. 13: 1 r e ' 1 4 V i Sigma Ghz we W., 35-A- "Nm The attractive doorway oi Sigma Chi. .L ggi? . 111,,,f-,gy-,fir C we '. . ,, .w vf I5 ' K J 'f . ' , ' ' -X' Bichard Pierceji- of" Chi men. nba Item :Jil gp Shar 3 -QW 97:3-n 55913 L . - e rrgm: , , , A - WW rl Qfl-., Aww W: i www' f i we-rf-f aff - Q . W g ff f Bradshaw, Bay Burlingame, lack Gorrill, Haroldulahn, Schramm, Edward Wheelock, Wallace Kaaplfieiilohn Byron Boyce, Verdi Sederstrom ,no me PLEDGES:-Glerl Warnock e B r SENIORS: Ba1ph,fAmato, Charles Damon, Pat Dola11, ,gDe1,Duhae-y, Jack Flariaqar1,fDiclc EUf01T14JOhPE5i5Y? Robert Eilchflfdf 55335151 MBI' Qifllldiyf Thu? Hfilimfinfl Elbert viHl61i1ison,ll61Hn Lewisyrimef W111iein3Mar-r QHardy,fBTfi1gH54w1eeQ3fiiQi5'ef1BHenderSh0uifHqrfy.,Haifa- shallf Edward Nickelsen, TheodoreiNicke1sen,,QRich- wav, DLiSiir1'erIctmedorl,'Charles Kem, Gordon Lavsrry, ard Pierce, George PoWers,,l-lichard Roberts, Bill-Scoiij fjDona1dlQeWis, Iohigggink, Donald Ma3cLaren, Earle Clafyfior1,She1doifi, lay Smith, Filifetief qlklerlqgljef, ford Mglllen., Dorlgilgi IUNICDRS: William Anderson, Bexlkibplieqate,Boberip " i1" Talmblqjfir.fpighqrdfrieiersv Charles Phelps, Lqwfggnge Gridly, George Humphrey, Scott M,cKeown,'f,Gale i .Putnarri,,Harold S'ar1d,, Stanick, .Iolfm Sieirf, Smith, john Yerby 0 M BBOKPHOMQQRES: Winston! Sieyens,, Bud Todd,7Ches'ger Wlells, Bokjer3g1lWiley. r B A Vx M 1, W 5515. , . ef , 1 ' .7 V- , , ra K, " fl' ' ' , P . f' ' i 1 0, , Qowfggjl S K. TOP ROW: Amato, Anderson, Applegate, Bradshaw, ROW: Fitchard, Flanagan, Gorrill, Grady, Gridley, ROW: Jameson, Johnson, Kaaplge, Kern, Lawry, D. ROW: Mullen, Palmblad, Peters, Phelps, Pierce, Powers, erstrom, Sheldon, Slmonsen, Butler, SECO N D THIRD FOQRTH Scott, Sed- Sheik Dane Knickerbocker and'Pi Phi's ' V Hannifiifl, Espy, George Campbell,iMe1Booney'i1jfih,e front room. Margaret Williams hold down the float at the canoe feie io suqqest "The Desert Sona" 97' l gigma ll Clean laundry comes from home. GRADUATEQ lNorman'i'Winslowl I 7 nard Hall, Wade Hanson, Richard 'MaxWell, 'Edwin Robbins, William Sanford, Herschel Weber 0 JUN- IORS: Ben Bowman, Earle Canfield ol SOPHO- MORES: Parr Plplin, Boyd Brown, Allison Eddy, Wil- bur Grant, loseph Green, William Hutchinson, Charles Ben Bowman, chief at Sigma hall. , -.5 . , N J - 'lc ,LI 5 I Kenyon, Francis Nickerson, Rob eric, P.ensl'and,"l'ohn Powell o FRESHMEN:-Dwld Browning, Richard Graqg,.cRoss Harqis,lWalter Kittredqe, Earle Layman, Milton Levy, Leo Lesh, Robert Mayfield, Eugene Mc- Gee, Merrill Moran, Raymond Oldfield, Lawrence Ray, lames Sirianni, Donald Walker. l. l fi l .---,FU .f-551' Us 'ii' TOP ROW: Aplin, Brown, Browning, Canfield, Eddy, Gragg, Grant, Green, Hall. SECOND ROW: Hutchinson, Hyde, Kenyon, Kittredge, Ray, Layman, Lesh. THIRD ROW: Levy, McGee, Maxwell, Nickerson, Oldfield, Penland, Powell. FOURTH ROW: Robbins, Sanford Siri ' , annl, Sutherland, Winslow. Yin - fvmrm--. ' is -...--, ,. . KN president and Ed ' I:-Tfidiff gf!-jiff election. .L-fer?-Q 5" xi Bob Penland muses ove Hanson, Hargis, Mayfield, Moran Walker, Weber: r his pipe. I .ff f 'Rm 3 ,QQ . , ex fr .-,-A 'A Q 1 34.5 'I ' mao u ,...,us-sxss Columns of Siqmor Nu on the millrctce. , K V Z . - ,- Q, ' , ' ,, ' -U-my ' - .14 - .. ny, is-ii-4-ez, avi o13Aj3UJfxTEoS T'UDENTg 4 -1 TSENT BS1 Kehfieth Bcxttleson, Roy B1TO'Q'dC7f1, Iohn Dmcr'1j,ojiiCk Endeiie, Williorxigafioyifnfsxs, Gqlgnd Gdenqver, Ioy Hoclgeit, Hf1Y:'1f1QQketff 1HQdQfGi1L Bbberf e" e eLlINf 5BObGff??3fXfi22iQ ST J gMe'yerS,' N ikl sei, M e rl efeierse, Choriles STGQTQIIS, Richcird 'VV'crtsonf Fulton Dusen he Q Q SOESHQMQRES2 101111 - Kenneth f!?fi?1h.PGr. - 39553113 GL1iesQ:ofDont Kjgpkincxtrickf I Teo? Sc11jpoIQt VfIcrrnes ' sfdmgw Sheff, e Roberf stfefehef, DoroiH'f f .. s fy . , - -1 . 1 E' A ' 100 Ken Bottle-son, Siqmor Nu president. P X PLEDGES: Edward Ada11gs,,.,,QzQ1wi:ggk11555dEEifQrjfAJgck Busey, Icxmes QQleII1CIn5'fKFfff5fnTi'CI111f,Cofii'k:i-Wil?,f3HCtrry o.o11fiOfdg',D5fi5iid'DaniQ1g,V-.ohqflesQD51ze11,' Erriest'Det1efl o 8513,-Hob5rf 15Lgug1a5,, Ffedgfick' Eh15r5,'o0fdOn Bfland- : ' Rfchdrdrgfiford, D.oriqfE:1lGomes, Brucewl-Idriiffnohd, Ilouiis Healy, 'Gilberi Hodqen, Robefnft jordan, Floyd . Kiikpcxtrick, 'Leroy Maison, .4Wi11is Pack, Knox Pofker, Glee-sonoPcty1'ie, Fred Pefersong' Frcmklyh Rehick, Ber- ger' Boviok, Cfeve.RoSS , 'ThOLI'I1CIS,ShG'C5Q, .Eugene Shultz, RobertToonfe 1 , o e ' 4 ' ,xiii-' TOP ROW: Alexander, Anet, Keith Battleson, Kenneth Battleson, Brogdon, Busey, Coleman, Conaway, Daly, Daniels, Delzell. SECOND ROW: Detlefsen, Dick, Douglas, Dungan, Ehlers, Eichner, Enders, Erlandson, Fornas,Gar1ger,Guiss. THIRD ROW: Gomes, Hammond, Healy, J. Hackett, R. Hockett, G. Hodgen, J. Hodgen, Johansen, D. Kirkpalrick, F. Kirkpatrick, Knapp FOURTH ROW' Mason Nilsen Pack, Parker, D. Peterson, F. Peterson, Payne, Renick, Rorvick, Ross, Sarpola. FIFTH ROW: Selder, Shea, Short, Shultz, gtevens: Stretcher, Toon, VanDusen, Vvatson, Windsor. Norm Conclwcry, LeRoy Molson, Cleve Ross cmd Ernie Detlefsen in the den. BilSSY,,R1Jl,Sh9G Earl Scmdness and 1 J Pifed'Ei1ers.c1djusl tliehomecominq sign. l.. 101 , xr., 1 h gr., . Q-52' 1 x .-w.x-L . i',,'J VII:-A ". ' 4 'V-Z1 :fE',.'1x1-3 ,rr Ls,-, 1 "V 1 ' fn.. l .. -gl .. I., .ll -,. ...f 'filmi- f.,:if1u1lj,h1l 1 Y 4 W..-.,l . V.. l .,. ,X 1, l Sigma Li Epsilon x x',f"?-nisigg' J' ga The Si E ' ' M" q ps moved io thrs attractive house last year. - W JN... K- Lf:-1 if ,, if , M if t ,. Y. r ,, , . sENroi2s:c1i5flQe3i1er BeeffQffr2:a-annfgfh a51e,Rg1ssgiifolQ1e ra bl o ert Curran, ,Donald Iohnson, Alan Lonq Ben Rusi Sen 1 IUNIOPLS: Lick Davidson 9 Nell of l' ' Gerald Olson, Dick Russell, Kenneth Walker 0 .SCDPHOMORESQ Gordon Corurn, M F ax rye, Iiin Hill, A1Kri'etz, V' i 'R ' D D l rc or GQf1I'J.CIlO,,fl2CIL'll Rower 0 FPLEDGES: 102' .,,.Lff5l: c c V iff, 1QVC11'lm1f IesnHQpe,,Gezsr5'1I s D- - ge ac son,IohnM1tcl'1ell Cl1fflVlOI'1'1Sf , ,. Donald Iohnson, president of the Sig Eps. George Andrews, Lamar Braltain, lim cqederfmfsso Blaise Claska, lack,Cosl'eY,-Vffonnip'Piirell,'lrlovrard ' Finch, Fred Gralmarn iWilb 'U G r e ,Vr, a ,ur s-', reenup,'-Wilbur-1Has-il? lcins, M' ' s A D A aryin ,lrlelon,,-,Robert Igckson, Rudolf Kalina, Melfiirl McCollum, Donald MacDonald, Norman.Nys- teen, 'Bill Orr, Ehle,Reber, Freeman Sinclair, Vernon Smith, Agrihur Stipe, Dick Williams. s I ' 1 TOP ROW: Andrews, Berry, Brattain, Cadenasso, Claska, K. Cole, R. Cole, Corum, Cosley, Cauller. SECOND ROW: Curran, Davidson, Finch, Freeman, Frye, Giovanini, Graham, Greenup, Haskins, Hill. THIRD ROW.: Hope, G. Jackson, R. Jackson, Johnson, Kalina, Krietz, Lorg, McDonald, McCollum, Nlorvin. FOURTH ROW: Mitchell, ' ' ll R. R ssell. FIFTH ROW: S. Smith, V. Smith, Morris, Nysteen, Orr, Olson, Regmato, Reber, Rowe, B. Russe ,A u Stipe, Walker, Williams, Robert .freienqan Sinclair, Dick S Rubssellund Ben Riissell at bridge. 103 Bob Iackson, Seth Smith and Freeman Sinclair Stoke the furnace. L.- 'V . Q fr 7-Leia All Bill Vermillion, Theta Chi president. GRADUATE LSTUDENTS-Q Andy,Newhouse, ,Emerson Stiokels af ' SENIOR-Si Alton Elwood, Robert Garret- son, Wayne' l-Iarbert, Vernon Hanscarn, Robert Lee, Fred Loback, William Pease, Leland Terry, Steven Winquist, Bill Vermillion e IUNIORS: Robert Bailey, Herbert Clark, l-lorner.Cooley, Paul Cushing, Harry Hewitt, Robert Recken, William Robert, Donald Sea- man, Robert Street, Robert Wagner 0 , LSOPHO- MORES: Alvah Bell, Hugh Collins, lames larvis, Philip The hill house ot the red Carnation lads. a . i Lowry, Howard Percy, Francis Watkins, Irwin Zeller n PLEDGES: Philip Ackerman, Harrison Berqtholdt, Eldon Brobst, john Bryant, Paul'Christerson, Leonard Clark, 'Harry'iDayidson, Iohn Dwyer, Allred Dlckhart, Lloydferrey, Iohn Fry, Bert Gilpin, Derald I-Iarbert, Merle ll-lanscam, Iohn Loback, Leighton McKenzie, Wallace McKenzie, Karl Mann, Robert Reuter, 'Robert Rittel, George Rolander, Robert Seward, Robert Roa- ers, Eugene Snyder. 1 l TOP ROW: Ackerman, Bailey, Bell, Bergtholdt, Brobst, Bryant, Christerson, H. Clark, L. Clark, Collins, Cooley. SECOND ROW: Cushing, Davidson, Dickhart, Dwyer, Elwood, Ferrey, Fisher, Fry, Garretson, Gilpin, M. Hanscam. THIRD ROW: V. Hanscam, D. Har- bert, W. Harbert, Hewitt, Jarvis, Lee, F. Loback, J. Loback, Lowry, McKenzie, Mann. FOURTH ROW: Mockford, -Newhouse, Pease, Percy, Recken, Reuter, Rittel, Robert, Rogers, Rolander, Seaman. FIFTH ROW: Seward, Snyder, Stickels, Street, Terry, Vermillion, Wagner, Watkins, Winquist, Zeller. Rush Week at Thetcr Chi. qr1dNTri Dell pcxuse in CI hoisefmcrnqeroi Theic1Chi's fall term ,barn dcrnce. DeIcz1d Hurbnerl cmd Wally F' ' :McKenzie Wcrtchvthem. 105 4 ,Q-, 1 s , J' L' 3 " ,inf fl-sing l Q. 14'-AA ., fu. .N , M , - V .. 1' . ,w . ., , , -A -, elf ,K V-. 5 ,. ' "Em ' 7 r ,asri , ,, 517-,JP -s-YV ' , r.-'ir-tr' r warg. -- is ,-sal' -1 wc: rss' 1 M am: J,,r,:-V , l..ae.1,, ,, ., ,, , ' ' - Vuffsu. it S , gtg K , :9,.,,3,.,fTf -.5 , ,H 4 st- ,K Q' A , ,1,,,1EJf- ef' 3 - nf .im , if N ' Nw' w f' ,wif , iff' M Yffwt 'Y' . 1 ' 4' M w lf M K1 f at I - 5, . ..., .Mig , V feel. .., if ,wks t A 5' ' T. . f L-r K, , f sf, ulsyk t, N , , wl,j1,ev1V X S, f t -s' "1 was C r l Us Us , , ,, fi ' D -kglltl ' :BQ 'i 1' I V E . Yeornen men on the campus. I-larry Hodes, president of the Yeomen, an organization oi Independent men. Iaakliflfedlar .jSENlOBS: Beid, Don Scott, Charles Tyson o PBESHMBN: filsinq- Murray Adams, Peyton Bennett, lack Bryant, Marwin ii:-ger, Don3FryjfCafroliQates, Harry Hodexlsf Qordon Hol- Brubaker, Leonard Burke, Charles Carpenter, Charles rlland, Leonard Hufford, Leonagrd Lovelfgglles llvliller, Clement, Aaron Cuddeback, David Curtis,,,,Frances E-'F5.QlQQIVlk,VNiOilZO5Af, ,Tedg:l2i2rrSley,,,lay Doran, Robert Elle, Bverettnliox, Dan? 'F?ree1,,rIagk,lffruit, HQHQGSC 'Shlelfidfdff' Wendell HCQQY,,1H9WQPd'i5f5m,i'Phi1iI5iETS5il5'fr'D?il551i1f5Hk'i Q HUNIOBS: Harold'?Draf5erfQfliflCfXl Deity, Bolton, Qtlifloyd Gould, HubardrKuolclca, Gordon ' ' Ralgl'1fFHu.fford, fljlorner Ireland, BObflgI'Q6SSiI'1, llvzilbur wjgyaas, .Walter Meyer, jing Basilgalriijk, lrGeorije3Luoma,g2Tom Mdlielyieh ifliirther Seiliertgil-lenryrrlSpivakl nr 'C Arlo Adlard, Don Barker, IamesfBpWens,'BoBert OranfjgilflXlorman'gP'o'hll,WLeolliguin- Oswald Burqhardt, Earle CurtiS,fPaullEdififCErds, lan, Iohn Reese! Bill Rentzzugaul Seibertf Iames Bliade, fisher, Wes Galloway, Amos Gilmour, DonfGood,Bl-ligfgug , MonroeQgQShellrey,,i,Huqh Silfrigfson, get Hv1migi,i.RuriyrKinq,Bob Kncgzirred resist, lWigg5ren,,sSmifBiQrin,,stgdgigli fW1n5is6smsieve11s,gJishn Liebera, Don Mclffee, Norman MacKay,f Max Morrisf ' Willtamson,l'GllBefirWina'Qf'5flyl - Arthur Murphy, Keiih Oettinq, Douglas Parker, Larry, . t .. W ' ' ,r M ' C x 'r C 4 W M , V A .. V , , X I . , , 5 . i ' i 5 , , .. r, , ' , r + 9306 Q x s , wi If wx E" " 2 'S -.'4ix"t-mf:2i"1 "5 ,.m"'f'C '-wll5f"i-if: A M was .S .:,. . ,Isa 3, n. ,..g,wags' new we w,.5Ql,,,.,i,, R el 'QR ma- '22 -4 ,LK xx , ,. t'weE,I ig'.,7-' l?f"i . is sm ve 4 -ww, S, e ,tg.+?f's ww-.-.,f f '51-W. up -Y-me 4, , A ..,.,Q we Q 1. ,. . - f- ,l-sw -"ww, v -. i ,- .iz A fn. L K ,. rg.-,e,4,5,,,,1e . 1, , .,-vw B, V,-eg, f,.,- rl 1' ..,-,i,.,gfi'," .f .Myst-, X- -. 1-.221 - L, 5, , gl 5. .ax j. 9, E Y.. ,lf -- -1934 ,Z ,MU -,L- i .YV-M,,.,A-A S, ' ' ,r 5' gig- .,,,,,B,g,Q-4-, , gy.-:zygg-5, 95.4, , I , c-zz:-w vg,yf,',,V L:ygggtX,,1w,f zugcygi, f jg'.T'3.:.,'G---cy g,fz,l4r rife - H ,, , ffffff+:..,,W3 A , il' i"Wf fg,.'Ef'lf ,Q,i:r:i1'Lb'agfi: + M ,1'Lv5jQ,-,gee aa' gps ,X fg,3gg,.fg,'jgg,.g'i-.f'g,.,i f ' Z in '1?'ffisisifv1'--2.-fivii'-EW'ii-"Navi wa' ffggg, ,,,.ei,..,.. 3 6 Y Q ,K TOP ROW? Adams, Adlard, Barnett B , oyd, Bryant, Carpenter, Claseman, Cole, Corser, D. Curtis, E. Curtis. SECOND ROW: Doty, Draper, Erickson, Fry, Gates, Hall, Helikson, Hermann, Hodes, Hollard, Hufforcl. THIRD ROW: Kuokka, Link, Luoma, Luvaas, Mac- Kay, McAfee, Miller, Morrow, Mourlain, Murphy, Orange. FOURTH ROW: Parker, Parkhurst, Pickens, Putnari1,QuinIan, Reese Reid Seibert, Seifert, Shankland, Shelley. FIFTH ROW: Spivak, Stevens Thompsen Th ' ' V , ,--?v...,s,m,mq- ,. 7157's----... .f , : 1,4 2 'r'1'i3':1 J-ff? L-'-gahl :f f 4 Shag-ff 'YH R we -f-,.,,1- 4 , r ' r 2 l .1 I L ' IQ , r Q' . 'f f' A 'lv I ,R 1- 1 7 .' , ' , V' ' l J- A Iohn Luvcrcrs, Yeomen rczll politician. y man and 1.4 sz l I , , ornber, Williamson. The queerfs flocrl clt the cctncie feie was constructed by the Ye-Omen. s 107 5 Zeta 3 5 5 -12.Q.-.' , -.,.N----'U' Gene Truby, president of Zeta hall. Leaving Zetcr for clctss. 34 5 .e.2 , , A, t Q , . SENIORSQ Franklin Andersonlewis Colen1czn,Ge,orqe Minturn, lack Siuqky, Wil1ieiT,orrence, Laurence Wcr1eshg,i.llii1jfid fwfileon o IORSK: 4EIll,m.er Nkqsi, lKenneth'Wfhiincxcki' o Y 1SOPHOl5!lGRE,SEf'lfeefefxrrftfto Ra D ll i l ' 't Y Y czrymple, Robert Fairfield Arthurlfl' lo V l man Harris, Clcrirl-lotlich, Ben Hughes, Marino lnno-l centi Ferrest Loi cl , , Yn een, Ray McKnight, Behert Neeee, 3 ' Vt, , g: If 4. '.:ti"' 195i Melvin Pcrssolt, William Rach E , uqene Truloy,fA1crn Tucker, Ierry Turner 0, -F James' Bdiley, Burton,Dl- ' J W V I crcemfiolggert De1g,:QW1ll1c1m E,hrmcxn,lBurtont GilgbfnfJ'She1bWlE2-Biden ' H W , ,, M , P5 --rv , ernn:lonfRcxndcrll1Iirhler Hebert Icxcksonl Ch K , V,, ,ester Keller, Leelitennolcls, ,Paul Richardson, Robertliuih. . f J Q Nik , t U -.,., 5,4 N .vu A K l ai 2 1 TOP ROW: Amato, Bailey, Coleman, Deiz, Fairfield, Grabe, Hakkirup, Harris, Herndon, Hoflich. SECOND ROW Hughes, Innocenti, Jackson, Keller, Landeen, McKnight, Minturn, Neese, Rennolds, Richardson. THIRD ROW . Robinson, Ruth, Stucky, Terrence, Truby, Wales, Whitnack, Wilson. Forrest Lcmcieeds feet-and force. Cccrcls are always popular during spare momentsg --T 1 s f :X 5 ,X 1. 1' -M, fs J 2, F 'f"'iff 2 we Q imaging the Dofzms, 7-Lael fzolvlem M ?3 Here are the members of the interdorm council, left to right: Clifford Speaker, June Unterman, Dorothy Burgess, Bernadine Bowman - M Don Richardson, Wallace Rice, Leah Puppo, John Smeed, Gene Trub ' y, and Earle Canfield. ' I The inter-dormitory council is composed of the president Walter Vernstrom, president of the dorm council ot each of the halls, Susan Campbell, Hendricks, Alpha, G 1 until he pledged Delt at the close of tall term. amma, Zeta, Sigma, Omega and Sherry Ross. K W These student-elected representatives meet Weekly' to ,Q 1 t ' - ae ermine policies of the independents. Mrs. Genevieve Turni se d d' it p e , lrector of the dormitories, is the advisor to the council. Dean of Men Virgil D. Earl is .Qi or second consul to the organization. 'Walter Vernstrom served two terms as president of the , dormitory council, then pledged a fraternity. He Was suc- f ceeded by a coed, Leah Puppo. i As individual students see problems which should be discussed and perhaps corrected, they go to the presidents of th ' ' ' err respective groups. The president, in turn. goes to ! the regular meetings of the dormitory council Where the topic is discussed. The Work ofthe council makes it ossibl p e for the dormitories to Work together and present a united fr ' ' ' ' ont during such tlmes as political campaigns Fo th i' . r e irst times in several years, a dorm man was student body pres- ident this year. - ' Student 'committees chosen from the various units are responsible each term for the unus Memorial hall. p A - ual dances held in the llO 'Sift N Q A P' . - . Q E NN' x Hap-Huuv,:mQ.1gg5,,5 , any coeas live in such sffzilzing sofzofzifxi lwuses as flzis zczfc ns N M W 1 Brandon Young, President oi heads ot houses. gi uts Heads of houses is a self-governing body composed of the presidents of women's living organizations, with Dean of Women Hazel P. Schwering acting as advisor. The group meets twice a month to talk over mutual problems and to promote the best interests on the Oregon campus. The most tar-reaching move the group made this year' was to "punish" treshman coeds who chose to go on tradi- tional walkouts. These women were denied the privilege of dating for a set period, making it impossible for many to at- tend their organization's "pledge" dance. l-leads of houses cooperates with the University in main- taining general campus regulations. House presidents are encouraged to take any problems to the council. Brandon Young is president and Bernadine Bowman is secretary-treasurer. Frances Schaupp is vice-president. Four standing committees worked under the direction of Miss Young during the past year: social, program, library and discipline. Chairman ot the social committee was Frances Schaupp. Assisting her: Betty lane Casey, Iean Palmer and Betty Brown. The group's task was to plan teas and other events. Gretchen Smith was in charge of planning entertainment at meetings. Her helpers: Florence Bercovich, Elizabeth Turner, Kay Philp and Vivian Emery. Louise Van Cleve headed the library committee: Helen Gorrell, Dorothy Burgess, Margaret Carmen. Assisting Gen- evieve McNiece, chairman ot the discipline group were: Bertha Shepard, Frances Iohnston, Vivian Ftunte, Gladys Battleson and Gretchen Smith. Personnel of heads of houses, front row, left to right: Vivian Emery, Alpha Chi Omega: Frances Johnston, Gamma Phi Beta: Mrs. Macduff, assistant to the dean of women: Brandon Young, Kappa Alpha Theta: Bernadine Bowman, Hendricks Hall: ,Kay Philp, Women's Cooperative House: Genevieve McNiece, Sigma Kappa. SECOND ROW: Bet-ty Brown, Women's Cooperative House: Frances Schaupp, Alpha Phi: Dorothy Burgess, Susan Campbell Hall: Jean Palmer, Chl Omega: Bertha Shepard, Zeta Tau Alpha: Vivian Runte, Orides: Margaret Carman, Alpha Gamma Delta. THIRD ROW: Elizabeth Turner, Pl Beta Phu: Betty Jane Casey, Kappa Kappa Gamma: Dean of Women Hazel Schwering: Louise Van Cleve, Delta Gamma: Helen Gorrell, Delta Delta Delta: Gretchen Smith, Alpha Delta Pi: Lillian England, Alpha Xi Delta. ,C New . ul 1 -.f:"t"rrf'w J' .-..,.,.g,,aa ,.,.-., h .:.-t-..-... 1- W., 7 VF' 3 l it l " .. Aw .,,. W L E ,e'l-' ' A formal dinner at the Alpha Chi Omega house during fall term rush week. misses ss, Above is a rush Week scene before din- ner at Alpha Delta Pi. Below it are seen two mothers who waited nervously out- side the Alpha Phi house the night of pledging to see if their daughters made the grade. They did! fgven oeds cfzamlrle get e e ins While the men are dashing about to or from frater- nities they don't notice the less spectacular activities which occupy the Coeds during rush Week. Although they don't have to be entertaining some frosh from 8 in the morning until 10:30 or ll o'clock at night, they make the most of their round of luncheons and dinners for the rushees. A feature the Coeds in- clude in their rush Week 'Which is absent in the men's is the formal dress requirement for dinners the latter part of the Week. lt is then that the sororities careen on their foundations as Coeds find their friends have made decisions "to be or not to be". TOP ROW: Ashley, Bales, Ball, Barclay, Barry, Billings, Bird, Blaine, Bonness, Brassey, Brous. SECOND ROW: Cathey, Cowan, Diage, Driskell, Duffy, Emery, Garretson, Goldsmith, Harkins, Johnson, Jones. THIRD ROW: Landreth, Lemen, Lyle, Mathevys, Mayo, Moore, Norcross, Oswald, Porter, Rands, Read. FOURTH ROW: Roach, Skirving, Smith, Stanley, Van Mater, ,War-d, Will, Witt. l Florence Smith in her room While "Whil- iy" Will does CI bit of ironing before the ' clclte calls. ' -Aff X. l l 114 , qlm em it ttt i Viv stcrtely columns which support the roof of the te ' rroce of Alpha Chi Orneqo. ion Emery, president. Above are the .L--fs A------ N M ML, ,4Y,.,.4,x-LUVVA., " .. ."" " a-+11 2 .if .gli '. if or 4,Li,:',l+iEw ,ff-1 ' SVENIQHS7: Bell, lfxfenftcr Brous, Colleen Catljieyft Kathleen Duffy, Vfiyicum' Emery, Thelma' Goiretson, A , 'MdIfYq,An31.Skiryinq, Florence Sm'lth i' 'U' 1 , McxrJor1e Wrlll .i1wN1oRs-vars ' q q 4, e riskelJf,.'Mc1rqc1ret 'Goldsmith Theodor P N I G., TQ-97' - cott, Helen ilzkzntis, Bcrrbcxrcr Ward, Dorothea Witt E ' SOPHOMORES: Dorothy Barclay, lean Billings, Helen' f 1,15 ,JW 9 i ',n. , . D , . i , .qlnlct Bird, Marion Brookings, ' ' Mari WD B 51316. :,,..T,, ,frm-V -: ' :fl ul-lotrkins, IsofbellStc1n1ey o PLEDGES Marilyn Qley, Phyllis Bcrles, Ieornne Barry IBonness, Betty ,F-T111 lQ119S4rMll if 'Mani lQ11e?1blQ .garel fVqn iM'g:tfe. V 'Gene TOP ROW: Breyman, Brown, Burnett, Christensen, Cole, Crites, A. Dean, P. Dean, Erickson. SECOND ROW: Flelds, Franzen, Godlove, Gray, Haig, Harvey, Hersler, Hsndershott, Hodge. THIRD ROW: Jacobs, Jepsen, John- son, Kelley, Krutzler, Lee, Lofstedt, Lougheed, McAlear. FOURTH ROW: Mitchell, Morgan, Overstreet, Paine, Parsons, Plummer, Rowland, Shanks, Smith. FIFTH ROW: Sutton, Thomas, Thorpe, Udick, Ven Dellen. ,.!.,.. ..s:.,,.m ' '34-Q - QUT.: ,752 . "' "4 N., i 4. .1 qdn: 'P . - - .... -: 1 . . .3 F ':3r,.gi . Kay McA1ecrr cmd Iris Frcmzen in cr nec essorry chore to keep coeds beautiful. Ethel Lofstedt, right, qoes through her drcrwers. " 'lf' f :ff-, 1 , 1161 all, mt, pi P h 6 . , A l Gretchen Smith, president of Alpha Delt a Pi. Above is the home of Oregon ADPi's. - s -QW: zlvfilf 'A' PWM- Y- X , ' 'fe ' 95? 2--:gf , Az: ff fy . J 'e'ii.'.g 2 V, -e fit... 'V , , 1141 'r SENICDRS' Helen Christensen I ' h , . V r , ris' Franzen, Valerid, l Krutzler Lor ' ,,1 G ayne Mitchell, Rebecca Overstreet, Claire Shanks, Gretchen Smith, Ieri Thayer o IUNIORS: Margaret Burnett, Elaine Cole, Frances Fields, Eolnat Gray, Tune Haig, Mignon Kelley Frances lVIcCo I YI Charlotte Plummer, Dorothy Rowland, Kathleen Mc- Alear, lane Tho mas o SOPHOMORQES: Phoebe l 1,7 .I W-711.64-.1 Stli' L ,Q 1. A .V -3 Al I ,AH ,, Breyrnan, Anne Dean, Brunhilda Gocllove, lzelta H ' 1 . . , L G15 er, Virginia Iepsen Ethel Lotstedt l , ,qivbegnigonqheedtl P Betty lane Van Dellen W G V , fRrE1Qrargs,f-ttemnimites, Phoebe Dean, Benicia Mildred, Erenaefshotf, Louise:'Hoclqe, Ol-qa lacobs, lG5orqianna Iohnson, Betteflgee, Phyllis Paine, Helene Parsons, Beverly Stit- ton, Vivian Thorpe, Mhuire Brown, Iune Uclick. an ,...1i5"jQf:vt lr., 'll n l TOP ROW: A Bailey, M. Bailey, Bayless, Brewster, Brown, Carman, Clevenger, Daggett. SECOND ROW: Dick, Donovan, Elliott, Eslow, Fiksdal, Gadwa, Harrison, Haydon. THIRD ROW: Houghton, Jackson, King, Landreth, Little, NlcBreen, Milledge, Parker. FOURTH ROW: Rogers, Sherlock, Stillman, Watson, Mills, Wray. Eva Gadwa and Alice Chandler in the 'i y Alpha Gam library. Patsy Brewster, Y right, fixes the lilies for the front room. 118 qamma Della Margaret Carman, president of Alpha Ga mma Delia. The "silo" siruciur h l e eps to make the sorority house among the best lookinq on the campus. .p. fi - ,irrghp Ii' 5: -,ix , . Yury. . ,J E.. H SENlORS:,Marqaret Carman, Alice C1evenqer,lEVelYn5 ' King,,BaTbaira McBreen, Louise Watson o IT.lNlORS: MarY1Eleanor Bailey, Eva Gadwa, Florence Haydon, ,- Alyce Roaefrs, Mary Elizabeth Sherlock 0 SQPHQJ T. A MORES: Marjorie Bayless, Virginia Brown, IunelDiclG, Q Charlene Iaokson, Mildred L' I iiile, Wanda Milledqe I ' E lll9 3 w MA. PLEDGESI Patsy glflelen Donovanhljlrelell-naw 5gZi7M,ff'f,L1,er'ifa-lE'slovF Beiiyl ,...if.L. Fiksdalp-R5ls Ulil?Ex11li ' J , is i Q .f TOP ROW: Abriel, Ahrens, Battleson, Bilyeu, Boggs, Brown, De Koning, Harbert, Herrenkohl, Horner. SECOND ROW: Jeffryes, H. Johnston, J. Johnston, Kelly, Kendall, B. Ketchum, D. Ketchum, R. Ketchum, Kingsley, Leonard. THIRD ROW: Lieuallen, McCorkle, McPhee, Miller, Mitchell, Nelson, Peebles-, Piper, Rankin, Rasmussen. FOURTH ROW: Robbins, H. Sarazin, I. Sarazin, Schmor, Schroeder, Strickler, Weber. P ,Q ,, . r Marge Brown, Signe Rasmussen, Theta C1'1i's Harry Hewitt, Helen Iohnson and DU's Larry Lew at the fall term dance. To the right is Mary Grace Kingsley get- ting ready for a shower. 120 1146 Omicfwn i T' g.'i5aggg ,216 ? sf,5,Q5ij.,H as V. .' :rm Gladys Battleson, president of Alpha Ornicron Pi. The green and white home of AOPi Coeds is shown above. SENlORS:G1adys Battleson, Ann Herrenkohl, Barbara Ketchum, Marguerite Kelly, Virginia McCorkle, Helen Mitchell, Mary lane Piper, Signe Rasmussen, Phyllis b Russell 0 IUNIORS: Marion DeKoning, Ruthrlieich- um, Mary Grace Kingsley, Ruth Leonard, Peggyilane Peebler, Harriet Sarazin, Nina Schrnor 0 SOPHO- MORES: lane Abriel, Cheryll Ahrens, Helen lohnston, lean Kendall, Margaret Rankin, Margaret Robbins, .lean Weber o PLEDGES: Virglniqa.Bi1?yeui, Jean Boggs, Mariorielgrawn-, Ivlazel'Ieif1+Sres,'5ICui'et Johnsion, Donna..Ketel71ilgn, Yvanne 'MePl1l5e, Virginia' Miller, fsabellel Saraiin, ,Catherine fsohroeder, Charlotte Siriclilerl L" A 4 Q u , l2'lA V A . , . , u " . . . ,. .. VN. - .L+ .-, .. almi- .- ' -...., .. .. X E , J. , , ,.. A I, ii, , nf- 'I -if-- V , .. . I: ...rl V, .gin . -,,-,,,4:'-pile,-.z,.1-.frf . ,.,. .., T i. 1 u u r --'F-A-'Y' x Y-E.. f :A-'I-iq. ,xv .1 ,.,,.,.' - , L. , , "1 ",.,.- 'IE' n....w .bn -. -4, - 1 '.:.l l:lL'j!f,' . -'- A-X-' ,. - - i .g- H . - ' - . 3 - 4 , ,f . --3. f -mf, . TOPROW: Anders, Aronson, Baker, Beck, Berni, Bernitt, Carroll, Carson, Cornish, M. Cunningham, S. Cunningham. SECOND ROW: Dixon, Drake, Fairhurst, Glad, Goresky, Grepe, Gunn, Hartwick, Henderson, Howard, Howell. THIRD ROW: Jackson, Johnson, Kel- Ier, Long, McLean, McMicken, C. Miller, l. Miller, Moore, C. Murdock, Norvell. FOURTH ROW: Pasquill, Pearson, Peil, Read, San- ford, Schaefer, Schaupp, Scott, Shean, Shepard, Spear. FIFTH ROW: Temple, Theobold, Van Cleve, Veatch, M. Wolfenden, R. Wolfenden, Wright. -1 ' if M, J egg' " X 1 l A- - ' ' any Elizabeth comes home from or Walk - the right is proof of 'ff " "-' . T ,lt1F1e1t.stiic1ffQnf,qli,mefable. , ,...,, .M .4 - 12121 i i Above is the 'll 1'n1 race backyard of Alpha Phi. Frances Schaupp is president. SENIORS: Betty Iane Bernitt, Beryl Cornish Ellen Dixon Ianet Gr , epe, Ruth Iohnson, Isabelle lMiller, Marjorie Murdock Kathryn Pas 1 , qui l, lean Schaefer, Frances Schaupp, Elizabeth Soults, Ruthalbert Wolt- enden IUN o IORS: Ieanne Aronson, Sue Brown, Molly Cunningham Bettylou D , rake, Cecile Flynn, Barbara Henderson, Mary Elizabeth Norvell, Doris Read Virgil' S , ia peer, Marionbeth Wolfenden 0 SOPHOMORES: Eileen Carroll, Patricia Carson, Max- ine Glad, Geraldine H ' ' artwick, Catharine Miller, Cath- I23 erine Murdock, Helen Pearson, Peqqy Sanford, Lillian Scott, Mary Staton, Roma Theobald, Lilyann Veatch, Rita Wright o PLEDGES: lean Anders, Patricia Baker, Roberta Beck An B ' , n erni, Suzanne Cunning- ham, Dorothy Fairhurst, Ianet Goresky, Ellouise Gunn, Helen Howard, Helen Howell, Eleanor Jackson, Betty Keller, Margery Mcl..ea B 4 n, arbara Moore, Sue Peil, Shirley Shean, Iane Sheperd, Pat Temple, Ioanne Van Cleve. -'UQ TOP ROW: Bercovich, Betcher, Dannals, Davenport, Davis, Dykernan, Elkington, England. SECOND ROW: Essex Frahm, Franzwa, Galer, Greenwood, Gustavson James N I . ' ' ' , , eson THIRD ROW. Nordllng, Plckard, Stallcup, Stev: ens, Wachiel, Withers. y, Dlum StlCkS on the plcmo To the rlqht two scroll Wectrere seek su1'1sh1nethrouQh crwmdow. fx ,nur 124 , I Delta Florence Bercovich, president, and a por- tion of the Alder street home of Alpha Xi Deltas. GRADUATE STUDENTS: 'Lois Greenwood, Mary Nel- Dykeman, Barbara Stevens, Eileen Wach,tQe,l' .0 son 0 SENIORS: Florence Bercovich, Florence Dan- . PLEDGES: Lucile Davis, Dorothy Dexter,'HelentFraHrn nals, lean Ellcinqton, Lillian England 0 IUNIOH: Ioan Franzwa, lane Nofdlhq, Bonnie Pickard, 'lean- Iean Frances Essex 0 SOPHOMORES: Oloanne nine Withers. ' ' ' ' 125 .TfT'ffifT'ZT., T'T"'R R ' , 'T M ' ' R' i ' RT' ' . f ' " .HJ ,- ' ,, f , - .'. 1 , . A .T - ' .-L,,E.5,:Ag: -A, J 1 xi: V- 1 I. -ik! I P-Q., 1. av' l -TA, -,. V I , - . 1 . , . .- - 5, 4 Yl.jA-' hi.. . A.,. . -I . V- ., . , , i - 4 , '1f',"'-.1 '. " , L'. . ." 3, V 'A . ,.' .. , .53 " . -: -4- I . Qra.i-4ri.wa "-..l.1- '... "v ' f' n.l'l:L-' is . AY gulf-W e 5' ' hx - M-L -, f A YJ I -V , V TOP ROW: Adams Arrnstron Ash Baily Blaser Balter Booth, Buchanan, Cannon, English, Farrell. SECOND ROW: Finnegan, Q Foster, Gatewood, 'Grossman, ,Hamilton, Henderson, Higlginbotham, Hogan, Hoyt, Hurst, Hutchins. THIRD ROW. Irvine, Jenness, Kane, Kruckrnan, Kurtz, Lurnrn, McCarthy, McCullough, Malloy, Mills, Montgomery. FOURTH ROW: Nichols, Palmer, Peterson, ' ' . St l s Ta lor Theda, Winston Ramsden, Regan, Richeson, Robison, Root, Shepard, Simpson, H. Strong. FIFTH ROW' L. Strong, y e , y , , Wold, Young. 'HOT .ml The Chi O's went to the cmimczi fair at house dcrnce. 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X l SENIQHSZ, Rhoda eflileefiiBlaser,-fIQputse:.-fgflalgaaily, Betty Buchanan, Katherine Canno Jili1i:l,lggLEhl' Iosephine llumm, 'Betty'NiCho1s, English, Kathleen Farrell, Ma5y,,Q2altewjgeQ' ritjHl,QL?lgfgF,,'.p:E Simpson, Lois'Strong- go, JUNTORS: Loisiltfoqitiii Yfiirossman, Qty ..iegiQr31l,litE1i'gg U.: Ellen lilurst, Dbrothy Hutchins, Marjorie McGo11ouQ?h, , Winogene Palmer, Margaret Paterson, lean'Ran1sbleny Marjforie M'6'ifitcjp1g11efyg 'A Virginia Regan, Mary Richeson, Louise Robison 1 fiMf1lS,'lDel1a Boat, iHelenWStnong, SOPHOMORES: Dorothy Ash, Mary Kay Booth, 'Charlotte -Stiles, 1MEi1'ierie1 Theda, iB53lZ6fE1lf' Vtiinston, qaret Fimieqarl, lean Foster, Betty Lou Kurtz, Catherf Priscilla"VliZoldx,,l3eve1aly V 1 n - ine Taylor 0 PLEDGESi Elizabeth, Adams, Frances " l' f A TOP ROW: Allen, Ames, Anderson, Boss, Bellis, Berg, Branthover, Betty Brown, Blanche Brown, Brun, Chaffee, Clanton. SECOND ROW: E. Clarke, M. Clarke, Dachtelberg, Dillon, Donaldson, England, Enokson, Erlandson, Futter, Gardner, Griffin, Gulovson. THIRD ROW: Hale, Halverson, Heath, Hughes, Hurlbert, Jones, Kirchhafer, Larson, Lewis, Lilburn, McAIister. McCarter. FOURTH ROW: Marguth, Martin, Miller, Morrison, Mueller, Munro, Murphy, Nelson, Dddy, Parr, Patterson, Phelp. FIFTH ROW: Putnam, Quesseth, Quigley, Reasor, Maxine Reetz, Mildred Reetz,-Richardson, Robbins, Saunders, Schmierer, Schmuki. SIXTH ROW: Schoonover, Snyder, Sprague, Slutes, Steel, Still, Tuney, Van Luekberi, Wulzen, Zweifel. Blanche Brown, Betty lame Quiqley and Kay Phelp on the stairway. To the riqht Adelaide Zweifel is sweepinq for Iocm Murphy. 128 Gcedleoofzefzafives lp' Betty Brown, right, president oi the two coed cooperatives. Kay Phelp, above, is president of the Hilyard street branch. GRADUATE STUDENTS: Gertrude Bellis, Harriet Gart- ley, Margaret Macdonald or SENIORS: Gertrude Branthover, Betty Brown, Edith Clarke, Phyllis Corbett, lean Gulovson, Elizabeth Heath, Helen Lewis, Frances McCarter, LaVon Oddy, Ruth Reasor, Zella Robbins,- Dorothea Tuney 0 IUNICRS: Rose Allen, Corrine Anderson, Ardis Dillon, 'Eileen Donaldson, Edith ,Ekf strorn, Muriel Hoover, lean Hurlburt, Doris McAlister, Catherine Phelp, Winifred Putnam, Margoiret Reid, Billie Richardson, Doris Wulzen o SCPHOMCRES: Blanche Browne, Virginia Enokson, Miriam Hale, Anna Mae Halverson, Elizabeth Hale, Lorraine Lar- son, Lorene Marguth, Alice Mueller, Phyllis Munro, 129 Ioan Murphy, Elaine Nelson lola Quesseth M'ld d , , 1 re Reetz, Gladys Saunders, Margaret Sclloonqgtgengfhflaiiie States, Adele van Leuklloen.. of Ames, Doris' BOSS' Doris-lH3,eiter9siMGfi?iorEieBlake,fQAida, Brun, 'Vera Carlson, 'Maryl'Cha'fTee, Lydia Clanton .glylargaret Clarke, lane Dachtelberg, lune England' Eva."-Erlandson, Beatrice Futter, Lois Gardner, Iune Griffin, Ieanne Hughes, Evelyn Tones, Evalyn Kirch- hofer, 'Mabelle Lilburn, Flora Miller, Frances Morrison, Charlotte Parr, Marial Patterson, Ruby Pittman, Vere Pike, Betty Quigley, Maxine Reetz, Isabelle Schmierer, Nanette Schmuki, Mildred Snyder, Iune Sprague, Ianet Still, Adelaide Zweitel. , ' -1 ' :wr W- V015 L ... 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'-1-f ' ' 1 A-L' fy, , ,545 1:-G' 'Ti " -fe? A i""f 'Q "Eff 1 s 5? :H ff 1'7" 1' ,I if 4111- -: ,' in f 1 ' V' ' Vi 'm :AT :Q 'Q 3 s EJ- 'f , 11 52,-af., . ..-.- 2' EQQQQI L lllv . , 1:- -1 W H ul, 1 - Y 11 f - , "' 1- 'H " J: A TOP ROW: Ackerson, Aiken, Barton, Berry, Ballinger, Brown, Coggins, Crane, Daugherty, C. Dudley, M. Dudley, Ebi. SECOND ROW: Gorrell, Gorski, Hardy, Hinish, Holdman, Hossack, Johnson, Kramer, Lively, Maag, Merrill, Norwood. THIRD ROW: Olinger, Plum, Reavis, Flicker, Smith, Springer, Staples, Starrett, Steinmetz, Stokes, Swinson, Thurmond. FOURTH ROW: Turner, Vadnais, Wal- strom, Weymouth, Wiley, Wolcott. 1-,XL s.. I Phyllis Mae Ricker waiters the fern While Maxine Kramer pounds the keYbocxrd. 71? .r ' I , X ,Ja --., f " ' ' ' 1.1, .,-A 7'Qi5'.1,ZEv1- r I 15- -I If F35 - n. .,-... -4.1. H, I -i','v3'Sf-jill,-fxf,--. ,h I. -lx, - -, .,,. '- ,, ,. '- ,. "' , '- m,,.b 1 y 1. -. . ' 9, -4 1 re r V , 'Y F AQ- Q I TA..- ., . , E-7,1--x . .. 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SENIORS' lean A lc . c erson, Louise Aiken, Anne Barton, Cherie Brown, Marilyn Ebi, Peqqy Lee Beavis, Doris Sprinqer Rosalie Steinmetz , 0 IUNIOBS: Darlene Berry, Helen Gorrell, Mary l-linish Ora May Holdrn I dnl Betty Hossack, Barbara Lively, Catherine Staples o SOPHOMORES: Alice Coqqins, Carolyn Dudley Marolyn D dl u ey, Ruth Hardy, Ruth Starrett, Arleen Way to Delta Delta Delta and Thu' rncnd, Bernice Vadnais, Levelle Walstrorn, lean Wiley, Aurelia Wolcott o PLEDGES: Lorene Bailey, Barbara Baldinaer, Catherine Crane, Kay Daugherty, Beth lrby, Marjorie Iohnson Maxine Kr . arner, Lucina Maaq, lean Merrill, Betty Norwood, lune Pell, Iunia Plumb, Phyllis Mae Ricker, Hazel Smith, Vera Stokes, Bobbie Leigh Swinson, Marian Turner. 5- TOP ROW: Adams, Atchison, B. Baker, D. Baker, Berry, Brown, Boyrie, Cogan, Coleman, Dodge, Downing, Edmunds. SECOND ROW: Failing, Felt, Gillam, Glover, Grover, Holmes, Jeffers, Jesse, Keep, Kletzer, Kolstad, Kopp. THIRD ROW: Martin, Meyer, J. Nasser, W. Nasser, Priest, Richardson, Root, Schwartz, Seely, Scott, Stevenson, Taylor. FOURTH ROW: Thielemann, Thompson, Thyng, Treadgold, Van Cleve, Vermillion, Ward, Walsch, Wright. v V Xi.- Fx Barry Baker, Caro Coqcm cmd Peg Ver- million on the stcxirwcxy. Kaye Coleman is knitting to the right. 132 , .1 . 4 n,,i'-,- .. .343 , BHG N qamma ' s , .4 N 'mx NYG-.X-X V . .S K + . ' E!!! BX E wb Louise Van Cleve, president of Delta Gamma, and the colurnned house. SENIORS: B Ianet Felt, Regina Grover, Betty Ieffers Con t , s ance Kletzer, lean Martin, Ruth O'Connel1, Mildred S h ' c Wartz, Louise Van Cleve, Peqqy Vermillion -0 IUNIORS: Ellen Adams, Kae Coleman Mar D d 1 Y O ge, Lucy Downinq, Maude Edmunds, Barbara Keep, Bar4 b ara Root, lean Taylor 0 SOPHOMCBES' Mar - Y Failing, Helen Gillarn 0 PLEDGES: Audrey Atchi- arry Baker, Marcia Brown Caro Coqan 133 son, Doris Baker, Margaret Boyrie Majeanne Glover' , ., ,.-. . ,rn lean Holmes, Marion Iesshe, Yieraj.em',Kalstad,'2lLGpi1id May Kopp, Carolyn QM'e72Zer, ,HeamnefNEissTe11, 'wfefsiime Nasser, Alice Priest,,RU:ili Elosellflichardson, Harriet, Scott, Betty' Seely, .Ann Stevenson, 'Marian Thiele- mann, Marqaret Thompson, Ajrnie Thynq Genevieve Treadqold, Priscilla Walsh, Barbara GWard, Marcia Wright. TOP ROW: Blanchard, Buckaleu, Burkitt, Carlton, Clarkson, Collier, Conklin, Crider, Darling, DeYoung, Dickinson, Dillehunt. SEC OND ROW: Dra E I F ' ' ' ger, ar , arrens, Forrest, Fouch, Frederncksen, Hamley, Hammond, Henderson, Hillman, Howard, Huffaker. THIRO ROW: Hughes, Hurst, Huttenberg, Johnson, Johnston, Kneass, Lynch, NlcGrew,. Mann, Mattingly Miller, Phipps. FOURTH ROW: Pollard, Rawson, Rhonalt, Roth, Saunders, Schlesser, Swart, Swift, Thomas, Triplg, Whitelock, Wilson. On the fire escape are Ianet Mann and Iean Miller. Phi Dells, right, entertaining the Gamma Phi's. 134 amma p i C gefa Frances Iolfinston, president, and a por tion oi the attractive Gamma Phi house SENIORS: Marie Collier, Doris Drager, Margaret Earl, Frances Iohnston, Renee Mattingly 0 IUNIORS: Helen Farrens Miriam Pouch Mar Franc , , , y es Hender- son, Ruth Hillman, Maribeth Wilson 0 SOPHO- I ' MORES: lane Burkitt, Margaret Carlton, Doris Def Young, ,Frances Dickinson, IanetDil1ehunt, Ianet Eames, Anne Fredericksen, Carolyn Howard, Anna Marie Huiialcer, Marian Hultenloerg, Beth Iohnson, Sally McGrew, Mignon Phipps, lean Bawson, Alice Saunders, Bettylou Swart, Virginia Whitelock -0' PLEDGES: shmey Blanchard, -E1iz,ssstti,ii3uctiQieu3 Sally Clarkson, :Mary Cecliiini DC1P1i1'1Qf1 ,E 1 G CI O! F QTY 9515, -PPQWVG kViIff9f5U5 ljlamniond, Jean Hughes, ,Helen Hurst, lean Knedss lima I.-Ynch, Janet Mann, lean Millenlleanne Pollard, Ethel Rhonalt, Frances Roth, Pauline -Schlesser, Elea- nor Swift, Betty Thomas, Jerry Tripp. TOP ROW: Applgrg-ate, Arnold, Baird, Benham, Bellows, Bennett, Benson, Bohnenkamp, Bouchet, Bowman, Boyd, Burnham. SECOND ROW: Buzan, Cook,rCox, Crane, Dolan, Eyerly, Elliott, Eschebeck, Faris, Flegel, Fessel, Fitch. THIRD ROW: Gaston, Gay, Gore, Guthrie M. Hastings V. Hastings Hoffman Holmback Huntus, Hong, Hutchinson,Johnson. FOURTH ROW: Jollyrnan, Jones, Kemp- ton, Kilikenny, Kilpairick, Leighton, Leisinder, Litch, Loeb, McQuaid, lvlaechl, l-l. lvlltcnell. FIFTH Row: s. lvlltchell, oasen, Mong- ' ' T l . SIXTH ROW.Tawne Toney Tsuboi Turner gomery, Puppo, Perry, Paske, Ross, Sanders, Sevier, Edna Smlth, Ellen Smlth, ay or ' y, , , , Washburne, Williams, Wilson, Wolfe, Wong, Zimmerly. 'ii l on George Robinson does CI bit of "piqqinQI" with Pol Taylor While Shirley Hoyt and Borbcxrcx Benhcrm look for mail, . ' ix K., 136 ,. ff?--r 'rf-wt W, 43, zfifwlyf. . rf. - ---. 'H 'f-mv f.n.,..., i endtinlzs Bernadine Bowman, popular president oi the hall which is pictured above. M .': - GRADUATE STUDENTS: Emma Fessel, Bevqunemsf A' o SENIORS:'Winnifrede'Eustice,Edythelfarr,Virginia ' it Hasting, Barbara Tones, Edna Smith, Ellen Smith, Katherine Smith, Kiyoko Tsuboiy Alice Weymoutli, Irene Williams, Helen Wolfe o IUNIOBS: Audrey' Aasen, Betty Bohnenkamp, Barbara lean Boyd, Dor- othy Cook, Elsie Eschebeck, Ruth Fitch, Dorothy Gore, Dorothy Guthrie, Dorothy Huffman, Ilene Kilkennyj Bonnie Litch, Iudith Oswald, Claudia Sevier, Buth Tawney, Anabel Turner, Iacqueline Wong, Daisy Zimmerly o SOPHOMCHES: Pauline Baird, Bette Bellows, Mary Benson, Barbara Burnham, Maryalice Burnham, Caroline Crane, Sue Flegel, Marjorie Hast- ings, Iessie l-leider, Ianet Hutchinson, Martha Iolly- 137 man, Virginia Kempton, Betty Loeb, Aida Macchi, lane Montgomery, Betty Lee Paske, Boss Belle Perry, Leah ljuppo, Florence Sanders, Ercrncegfllornliidsbltir' it FRESHMEN: Ella Applegate, 'Helen iiirnqld, ,Bqrbarat Benham, Iune4 ,Bennetty Thelma' Bouchet, 'Frances Brandas, Mary Eliiabeth Buiaii, Virginia? Cox, ,Dorothy Dolan, 'Iune Elliott, .Berniece Eyerly, Margaret Faris, Mary Gaston, Lois Gay, Blanche Gustavson, Isabella Lee Hong, Shirley Hoyt, Mildred I-Iuntus, Dorris Leigh- ton, lean Leisenger, Marian.McQuaid, Helen7Mitche1l, Sadie Mitchell, 'Salola Roach, Kathleen Robbins, Mil- dred Ross, Barbara Stallcup, Patricia Taylor, Alice, Toney, Eileen Washburne, Ame W'l y i sonjane Young. -Y 1 X ,. 3351-f Ls- , , ., " " .- ' 'rf'q1",r'-' F-P15 - K .-mv--,I . QF.-f :- ,. ., -yum, -gf-" 5 I .gf A . -. - --. Yr -.-..--f- --- .V ,- , .J . Ln, Y -W 1-. . . 'T' , H L" . .i' . . -. Q- QT - ' I i T . : 11,7 .-',5 3- ' W if-V" 5 - 1' . - '-'- Vnw. 7-'ZEEL-'Q ' - , .xl - YI" -f!..f' .3 ,,, e A. ,.- A A, ,. 3 4, 1. Z ., ,V A . . w " 'z".,-N.,- ' - '. H --,-Z ., " 'I",.'G-2 -" ' 'HFl'-lQ.'- ' R. vc ,,. . ' i " , . , X - - 5.4 ,1 5 ,.-J ,- ...M . his ., ,-., ., , -v-' - . of W. - R A -L -f -- 'ffvi U f- ' - . .. A ' - .- .-.. Q-, .. -- "'ay.: -.af .-aa-1-Pe.,..:1' , -iw nfl -5 1, .5 .xg n L-'rvrf-F 6:7 TOP ROW: Adlesich, Baker, Barker, Bean, Booth, Brandt, Broughton, Brugman, Collins, Charman, Cooper. SECOND ROW: DeBusk, Drury, Eastham, Englesby, Espy, Fleming, B. Fulton, M. Fulton, Gardner, Geneste, D. Good. THIRD ROW: L. Good, M. Gore, P. Gore, Groves, Guilmet, Hilton, Hoke, Horstkotte, Labbe, Macl.aren, Magnuson. FOURTH ROW: Moore, E. Onthank, L. Onthank, Plummer, Price, Russell, Sawyer, Smith, Starbuck, Stetson, Taylor. FIFTH ROW: Titus, Warren, Washburn, Mitchell Young. f . if-7 , 2, ...gil , 4 jf ai -.51 , I MM, , S, ,. ,El ,f vw eu ,Q .J ' 1 ,fa l 1 ii ii , X4 I ik Z -I' x 'F fa l 'fi Z1 KA Dorothy Magnuson gets cr drink while 'W' - ' two of the "sisters" open their 2492211-??1.iV bag' O 751 ,.-.. -- r. , - "' In 9 .-..'.. " , so 1,3bf5:1,' :fr - ' I . 1 V 1.381 I anna 7-Leia Brandon Young, president, and a bit oi the stucco architecture oi Theta's "mission", 4-?1"i....'Pifi Ziff ,, -' '. "-.,1,l,i HQ '31,- - ' 1 1- Lx. ' -'g"fs44-. A Q., -'-' 4- " 1 A L Li f '-' -'. ' " .V . W L' , 4 - ' if qinia Moore, 'Brandon Younq 6 IUNIOBSf Vivqinicf Conrad, Mary Fulton, Phyllis Gardner, Dorothy Good, Nancy Ann Hilton, Helen, Labbe, Dorothy Magnuson, Iean MacLaren,'Elizaloeth Onthank, Louise Plummer, L Prudence Price, Laurie Sawyer, Myra Starbuclc, Elisa- beth Stetson 0 SOPHOMOBES: Cathryn Collins, -r 1 ix L.. 11? - PLHDGES: Broughton, ACOClIj9lfftQ61iCildll.HG-'ECISlL1CI1TI,' iBa'Tibci1faQ Fulton, BoserfidyG1eneste, Maryneal Gore, -Patricia' Lee Goreflean Groves, Ioan Hoke, Lois On- ihank, Patsy Smith, Marjorie Titus, Barbara Wash- burn, 'Patricia Wethered. - 1 139' SENIOBS5: .Mm-jprie' Baker, Lorraine Barker, ' Elyiary Enqlesby, Barbara Espy, Louise Good, Esther.. Bearncleannette Cliarrnan, ,Elizabeth Ann DeBusli, Wir-' ' 1-llilorstkotte, Shirley Russell, Patsy h h'II D d e Doud SECOND TOP ROW: Anderson, D. Bates, M. Bates, Bossinger, Brown, Buchanan, Calavan, B. Casey, G. Casey, C urc 1 , u r y, . ROW: Edmonds, Elder, Emison, Everaert, Goodell, Hafner, Hays, Higgins, Hoover, Howell, D. Johnson, M. Johnson. THIRD ROW: Kerr, Lagassee, Liljequist, Lavers, McCrea, Mahoney, O'Donnell, Parker, Roberts, Scovel, Sherrard, Shirey. FOURTH ROW: Small, Stein- hauser, J. Thatcher, M. Thatcher, Van Loben Sels, Wagy, Waha, Weston, Woodruff, Young. A couple of farmers crt the fctll term house dance. To the right is ct make-up artist in the act. 140 ,tru P 11- :arty- .-..,. I aww I gamma Betty lane Casey, president, and the Kappa house. SENIORS: Gayle Buchanan Bett BI' at" ,. y ane Casey, Rose- Steinhauser, Barbara Thompson 0 SOPHOMOBES: mary O'Donnel1, Hallie Duct-rey, Laura Edmunds, Dorothy Bates, Kay Bossinger, Ianet Calavagijt,-lane Margaret lohnson, Margaret Kerr, lane Lagassee, 'Doud, Beth Emison, Ieannette lTl2Zif1'1GII?' Mae Hoover, Barbara Lavers, Edith Shuey, Barbara Lee Smith, - lean Parker, Bettyllou Roberts, Mary Thatcher, Ioliene 0 IUNIORSZ Eleanor Anderson, Marjorie Bates, Iune . Woodruff, Betty' Young or PLEDGES: Genevieve Brown, Phyllis Elder, Elane Goodell, Eleanor Hays," Casey, Margery Churchill, Marion Everaert, Ann Mc- Mary Ianet Higgins, Betty Howell, Dorothy Iohnson, Crea, Jean Thatcher, Mariana Van Loben Sels, lean Ingrid Liljequist, Mary lane Mahoney, Ruth Mary Wagy, Anne Waha, lane Weston. Scovel, Jeanne Sherrard, Molly Bob Small, Marcia - 1,41 ,.... 1--.1-,f..1f, V '-1- "L,. ' q3j?F',.. ' i .QA T W. '-,'l.- Y .- at , -T , . rn I, - as f'!.2f3ff1-'g-- I,-.J -iz, A .. u- -rs N I TOP ROW: Backlund, Baltimore, Beckman, Berg, Bird, Bjugstad, Boyd, Carlsen, Davis, Del Curio, Ekstrom, Hanson. SECOND ROW: Heidman, Hermann, Huston, Judkins, Kennedy, Larson, Lee, B. Lewis, H. Lewis, I. Lewis, Linn, Luvaas. THIRD ROW: McCracken, Marsh, Meachan, Morris, Payne, Reeder, Runte, Schrenk, Seavey, Seely, Skillern, Smith. FOURTH ROW: Soranson, Sutherland, Tinker, West, B. Wodaege, J. Wodaege, M. Wodaege, Wolters. Two Orides stop in the alumni room of Gerlinger. To the right is Hazel Lewis, vice-president and Co-chairman of the fs., , Christmas Plevels. 1. . v A ' la. . .- V ... 5, si' Q M... 1-' 47.11 . , -rf . 142 L tides s ap .3 ll E is lx fb ga 'sf Vivian Runte, dark-haired president ot Orides The inde . pendent coeds make their headquarters in Gerlinqer, pictured above. SENIOHS: Hazel Lewis, Doris M P . . . orrow, Vivian Bunte, riscllla Smith, Bonnie T' lc in er, Lois Luvaas lean L son o IUNIORS E , ar- : dna Carlsen, Edith Ek Seave Strom, Ioan y 0 SOPHOMORES: Laura Bryant, Mary Dominy, Orva Hanson, Evalyn Heidman, Erma H ton, Mary France K us- s ennedy, Pearl King, Iris Lewis Elizabeth Linn, Mary Mallett L , eoia McCracken, Aletha 143 Morris, Mildred Reetz, Mary Seely, Annabel Payne c FRESHMEN- Beit . y Backlund, Hazel Baltimore, Muriel Beckman, Doris Berg Carol B' d , ir , Zola Boyd, Pauline Conley, Rosa Del Curto, Marcia Iudkins, Elaine Lee, Betty Lewis, Elevina Meachan, Charla Reeder, Max- ine Pteetz, Shirley Schrenk, Marijane Skillern, Helen Sutherland. TOP ROW: Atwater, Burns, Brown, P. Brugman, M. Brugman, Blaser, Bingner, Bessey, Bellinger, Barendrick, Case. SECOND ROW: Caswell, Collier, Collins, Densluw, Dillard, Ernest, Evans, Hall, Hampton, Hand, Hingley. THIRD ROW: Hunt, lmqs, Irvin, qossy, Lynch, McCallum, McCord, Mushen, Nock, Ogden, Pierce. FOURTH ROW: Pauling, Pownall, Reter, B. Riesch, J. Rlesch, Robinson, Slatky, Stinson, Turner, Valentine, Van Atta. FIFTH ROW: Vandeneynde, Wagner, Weston, White, Wiedmer, Wilhelm, Williams, Wormser. K ix l ' n 1 ng, rn ' ' ,419-, 1 Z ' fx , A Nl ,P VH Q3 .- f j Betty Powncdl he-cxrs from home While Nancy Ogden turns on the radio. 'vel-r .--YAY 144 2' t pi is W Elizabeth Turner, president, and the Pi Phi house. if ,M . : V.,'ft',',x-N2 SE Nl, , Pownalll Jane Slatky, Alice Tillman Elizabeth T , urner, Betty Wagner, Molly White 0 IUNIORS: Sue Barendriclg, Ianet Bessey, Doris Imus, Iacqueline Mc- Cord, Beit? Mushen, Nancy Ogden, Betty Riesch, 'HelenWieclmer o SOPHOMORES: Phyllis Atwater, Erma Brown, Pat Brugman, Miriam Caswell, Dorothy Denslow, Anne Ernest, Barbara Evans, Iudith Harnp- A ton,Mara tl " "A q re ossy, Patricia Murray, Mariorie Valen- 15- OHS? lanetVBinqner, Caroline Hand Bettff P T ,ka Williams Mary-lane Wormser il?-E2 ,X W ine, Betty lean Van Atta, lane Weston Margaret 1 e l ltvl R954 vieve Blaser, cQS,e,Jmiei Irvin, Betty atric ian Lfjsnc,h,,..Ieans'McCofl1um 'lean P l' A . au mg, Barbara Pierce, Peg? Pieter, Iodine Puesch, Patricia Rolo'inson,i Patricia? Varidenewnde, Winiired Wilhelm. - pn Top Row: Adams, Andrews, Booth, Helikson, Hewitt, Hoffman, Hunt, Kortge. SECOND ROW: Langford, Littleton, McCarty, McCulloch, McNiece, Morrow, Needham, M. Ray. THIRD ROW: S. Ray, Sarlat, Sherwood, Turner, Wold. Karolyn Kortqe, Sylvia Sarlat and Eldrid Wold in the beauty process. Gen Mc- Niece is handing Helen Andrews a book to return to the library to the right. ,rynw If ,f , 1, an 11 1 1 Q-,www M Q, ,, is 'L 1? 1 QGCAEM ,V '11 if 1513? r. -- ,Q 3 it Jma apfm 'C s . 1'- J S, J. J President Genevieve McNiece and the doorway to the Sigma Kappa house on Alder street. G R A DU AT E STUDENT: Pauline Contradt 'ow SENIOBS: ,Dorothy Adams, Mary Elizabeth McCarty, Genevieve McNieCe, Marqaret Bay, Dorothy Turner 0 IUNIGRS: Dorothy Griswo1d,lrrnat Heliksoh, Lor- rairie Hunt, Georgia Ann Langford, Kathryn Morrow, t Y ... is" ,sa M-Q - Tacy Sherwood 1 SOPHOMORES:Kath1een Booth, Iean Hewitt, Alice Hoffman, Barbara Needhg1i1j1,QMl1figj ,'sqf1at, Mabel Turner -h 3LEDQgs3,.33FQ1,E5i Korrolvn KQHQQI Woldg . A of r- f , - . TOP ROW: Allen, Blake, Brookman, Buchanan, Burgess, Burk, Burrows, Cattrall, Chandler, Chancey, Cook. SECOND ROW: Cockir, Dewey, Dickerson, Di Georgis, Farnsworth, Gjorcling, Hagg, Holstine, Holt, Hutchins, Hutchinson. THIRD ROW: lsler, Jacklin, Jewel, B. Johnson, N. JoI1nson,,Jones, Kitchen, Kissling, Kurowski, LaVau1e McDonald. FOURTH ROW: Lela McDonald, E. McKeown, M. McKeown, McNeIIy, Miller, Minturn, Montag, Moore, Murphy, Neal, Nae. FIFTH ROW: North, L. Olsen, D. Olsen, Patterson, Riley, Ring, Sacket, Shannon, Sheldon, Slattery, C. Stephens, K. Stephens, Strasser, Gustine, Untermann, Williams, Worthene. m T Lela McDonald and Helen North read the funnies while lone Rina, Lou Olson, - Delphine Olsen and Aloha Allan talk before the fire. 148 f a.,,,,,1,ezz Han Gilda. Dorothy Burgess, president of Susan Campbell. Above is a scene too familiar among Coeds to explain. GRAD t Marjorie Buchanan, Alice lewel Virginia Kissl' UATE STUDENT: Kay stevens - sEN1oPLs 1 mg? Madelene McKeoWn, Claire Slattery 0 IUNIORS' D orothy Burgess, Ivy Cook, Evelyn Di Giorgio Bari bara Holt, Mary Alice Hutchins Elizabeth Ann lo , nes, Helen Patterson, Saville Riley, Mary Sackett 0 SOPHOMORES: lane Cattrall, Alice Chandler, Lor- aine Gjording, Helen Kurowski Blanche Moor G t- , e, re chen Neal, Ethel Strasser, Iune Untermann, Louise W oodruff o FRESHMEN: Aloha Allen, Alvera Brookman, Dorothy Burke, Frances Burrows, Suzanne Chaney, L t ' ' ' aure ta Crocker, Virginia Dewey, Nancy Xi. ,,Dickson, lane Farnsworth, Marian -HCYCEQT M N I , , .,', ,,.-.f.,5 l' Hamilton: MQW 1-Qis ,,.' H M iCE.i3i3l?Ii5li3tine,'I?Ielen Hutchinson, 1Mmorie."-lQsleiig llacklin, Beulah lohnson, Ianice Iohnson, Norma Iohnson, lohanna Lieuallen, Marjorie McCulloch, lean McNelly, La- vaune McDonald, Lela Iune McDonald, Bonnie Belle Miller, Harriet Minturn, Mary Montag, Doris Murphy, Helen North, Helen Olinger, Delphine Olson, Luewala Olson, lone Ring, Charleen Shannon, Mary Sheldon, Cleda Stephens, Ruth Tustin Edyth Willi , , ams, Mar- jorie Worthen. 'Sunni fl TOP ROW: Bachman, Bjyugstead, Carlson, Cornutt. SECOND ROW: Jarrett, Mohr, Scroggle, Sheppard. THIRD ROW: Sprague, Williams, Young. Here's Mary Ellen Williams, the attractive coed who would have been Oreqon's drum majoress if the "powers" Wouldn't have objected. zu 4' H Margaret larrett inspects her clothes closet While lane Young and Vivian Cor- nutt draw the doors tor dinner. 512 1 sig arf mg: gf- Zefa 7-au A 1' , I X 1 f 2 I-.. Bertha Sheppard, president of Zeta Tau Alpha, ' h rlq t. Above are three Coeds in swinqtime. SENIOR: Bertha 'Sheppard QUE qeepw -,,,,..,,4 rgn lIl 1955953541 .V 4 0 IUNlORS,: Magrqaret Vivian Cornutt, Margaret larrett, Mary Mohr, Sybil, Sprague- or SOPHOMORES: LucileBachma1'1, MCCEY, V Scroqqie, lane Young. 1, ,- , I J Ellen Williams ,o PLEDGES: Phyllis Bjuqstad, U " A A M 151 7-lzese odefm gisfefzs 06 7-fzotfs Helen lfEl"- I Pa.n:HeIlenic personnel, front row, left to right: Vivian Emery, Jean Bonness, Patsy Taylor, Virginia Regan, Kay Staples, Mary Ellen Williams.. SECOND ROW: Jean Palmer, Mabel Turner, Frances Johnston, Brandon Young, Mary Hinish, Helen Gorrell, Barbara Leigh Swmson. THIRD ROW: Frances Schaupp, Genevieve McNiece, Eleanor Anderson, Peggy Vermillion, Rebecca Overstreet, Bertha Shepard, Margaret Carman. FOURTH ROW: Elizabeth Turner, Betty Jane Casey, Louise Van Cleve, Nancy Hilton, Miriam Fouch, Rhoda Armstrong, Grechen Smith, Lillian England. Virginia Regan, president of Panhellenic. l Panhellenic is composed only of representatives oi the , national sororities on the Oregon campus. lt's position may be likened to that of the interfraternity council to the iraterni- iies. Like that group, Panhellenic attempts to minimize rush Week ills. Such problems as expenses, changes in rushing rules, initia- tion regulations, summer rushing and clothing are passed l upon by Panhellenic. Virginia Regan is president, Patsy Taylor secretary and Aurelia Wolcott, treasurer. This year six scholarships were awarded deserving coeds by panhellenic. The money was raised by a rushing tee. The organization aided the interiraternity council in publishing a handbook containing information concerning Oregon sorori- ties and fraternities. 152 1' nr, .1 '1 '13- is! G 5 . 'fm , , -.7 75 ' 'L- , A -, 'Ki ,zfshy .mu , , 3?-ix My ' . w w 5: ,, .em ,, film u S an .L ,A.L ,, M ,,W,, ,, mm N fag' visa.. v, H ix, w 'wwiiwi 3 H Y .' 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'3- "L?9e, in ? 1 ww! wo uafz ians o cz gtuclenf Gommuniftl Personnel work at universities and colleges has been changing in recent years from a pro- gram largely concerned with discipline to one oi guidance and supervision of student activities and interests. The University ot Oregon stands as one of the leaders in this change. Karl W. Onthank, dean ot personnel, is the head of the organization, and in the departments come the dean of women, Mrs. Hazel P. Schweringgthe dean of men, Virgil D. Earl, the employment sec- retary, lanet Smith: and the housing committee, ot which Mrs. Alice B. MacDuif, assistant dean of women, is chairman. Mrs. Alice B. Macduff, assistant to ' the clean of Women. Hazel P. Schwering, Oregon's dean of women. 4 lt's been rumored about Mrs Schwering likes to roller skate Here's prooil Virgil D. Earl, dean of men. He knows student problems and solutions like no- body else. Mrs. Nellie I. Bernhardt, secretary to the dean of men, the friend oi every student. F. And Dean Earl likes to iishl l 59 i cz gal? ell The duties of the dean of men and the dean of Women are varied. They offer vocational guid- ance to students through lectures, conferences and forum discussions, plan and teach construc- tive courses tor student leaders, scholarship chairmen, and pledge trainersg help advise stu- dents in regard to courses, activities, finances, etc.: and arrange financial assistance through loans, scholarships, or Y.W.C.A. work when that is needed. An outstanding feature of their Work is the placement service through which students may secure part time work during the school year and full time Work during vacations or upon graduation. :Ove 15 Secretary Ruth Travis Anson B. Cornell, an older grad of Oregon, corn- pleted his second year as manager of athletic activi- ties. His keen mind and personality makes his depart- ment a smooth-running one. He was especially busi- nes when it became necessary to find a new football coach to succeed Prince G. Callison. ctivifil masfets George Root, a graduate of the University in 1936, took over the post of manager of educational activities in the summer of l937. He succeeded Ralph S. Schomp, '35. Under his direction are all student extra-curricular activities except athletics. Miss Mary Graham, his secretary 1 Earl M. Pallett, chairman of both the ac- tivities and athletics boards. To the right is the athletic activities board. Front row, left to right: H. C. Howe, Dr. Ralph Leighton, Dr. Boyer, Virgil D. Earl, Iarnes H. Gilbert. Back row: Anson Cornell, Barney Hall, Basil Williams, Lynn S. McCready, Dr. Pallett, chairman, Boland Davis, I. O. Lindstrom, Noel Benson. l61 To the left is the educational activities board. Front row, left to right: Chairman Earl M. Pallett, Frances Schaupp, Dr. Donald Erb, Barnard Hall, I. O. Lind- strorn. Back row: Orlando I. Hollis, Hor- ace W. Bobinson, Le Boy Mattingly, George Boot, manager, Karl W. On- thank, Dan E. Clark. as 5 ?'2'T""' -. 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Ask any student at the "shack", Below him is Samuel H. Iameson, the favorite of the sociolo- gy department. His sense of humor is rare, oh so rare! Hal Young, above, is caught at the piano engaging in voice gymnastics. Where there's song, there's Mr. Young. Ianet Smith, left, is hardly a pro- fessor. She is even more. Her position as employment secre- tary just couldn't be filled by anyone else. If a student needs a job, nine times out of eleven it is Miss Smith he contacts. Charles M. Hulten, right is young and popular in the jour- nalism school. Students can't quite determine whether his or Mr. Turnbull's sections are the toughest. Result: they're both good. 166 in .st Harvey Blythe, below in circle, is the favorite of the ROTC shack. And his pride, in turn, is the coed rifle team. I-le's coach- ed the men's squad to several national championships. x 60,2 7-Lmfzee: .v n,x,. 1.1 Seniors' ,, 0 , , , Y Q 1 ,, Juniors, Sophs, Frosh - 'cz ha a Ma a a Y all K- aaa O8-C ASS, , BDHQGTS, S. 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Mul- kwr Ju.-P P, l938's eniofzs auafe, gg The officers of the qrcrclucrtinq clcrss of 1938, left to right: Presi- dent Chczrles Erwin, Vice-presi- dent Bill Vermillion, Secretory Frcxnces Iohnston and Treasurer Aloe Weiner. ' HT in , , 1 if L ill .- . , ,,5L,i.. .. A: Jie' Six H :vr g:V : , , N ,, mwmm if 'ri if . ,,, nge. 1' F- . f ,MG . ,, Q?A'i"'ri,, ,,, ,. rl , Qll?1fiQWli"'.r.i"...iM.. r his-:ww ' , ,U ,, H fezffsew 7' Charles Erwin, below, president of the senior clcxss. 168 4 rdf' Bill Vermillion, vice-president, 55:5 ' Z 4 V Thetfll goon Z qone The handful of class members who gathered to nominate officers had been embroiled in the political messes for so long that spirit was very low. Politicians which had steered the class ot '38's two parties were absent. Most of them had quit school. Without excitement, nominations were made. Election day found ATO's Charles Erwin winning the presidency from Fiji's Larry Crane. Bill Vermillion coasted into the vice-presidency, Frances Iohnston became secretary and Abe Weiner went into the treasurer's chair unopposed. v -p. ,"' 'vs 'X . Q'a'i2Sll" Q lm M, v , ,U"y.pi"'Tl"'tw Frances Johnston, secretary. t- f Y ww! ,tu , , WH in-1m wt tw wt .tt , t. ,, If it W' an-"" Abe Weiner, treasurer. inb- wr-A ev' This "bedroom scene", low- er iefi, was snapped in the front room of the Chi Orne- qa house. Explanation: SAE's Avery Cloninqer planted his pin on Louise Kruckman. JULIE ABRAHAM, Portland, Busi- ness Administration. JEAN MARIE ACKERSON, Port- land, Education, Delta Delta Del- ta: Thespian, 1: Kwama, 2: Phi Theta Upsilon, 3: YWCA cl., 1: WVAA cl., 2: Philomelete leader, 2: Chrm. YWCA sale, 3: Homcmg. dance, 2: AWS carn., 3: Sr. B'alI, 4: Jr. Wknd, 3: Harvest dance, 3. DOROTHY ADAMS, Portland, Soci- ology, Sig m a K a p pa: Emerald Stzgffi 1: Oregana business staff, LOUISE AIKEN, Ontario, Journal- ism, Delta Delta Delta: Transfer from 1Vhitman, 3: Theta Sigma Phi, 4: ASUO spkrs. comm. 3: Snapshot contest chm., 4: Emer- ald, 3, 4: Oregana 4: lst prize Jewett contest: Matrix tbl., 3, 4. RALPH AMATO, Portland, Busi- ness Administration, Sigma Chi: Transfer from Oregon Normal, 2: Scabhard and Blade: Order of O: Baseball, 2, 3, 4. TONY AMATO, Portland, Law, Del- ta Upsilon. Ke "" l H , N ' iiiwi. M .---1: RICHARD V. ANTHONY, Portland, Business Administration, Pi Kap- pa Alpha. RHODA ARMSTRONG, Eugene, English, Chi Omega: viee-presi- dent of class, 1: Co-chrm. Mothers' weekend, 3: ASUO speakers com- mittee, 3: Jr. weekend princess, 3: Emerald, 1. BARRY BAKER, Modesto, Californ- ia, English, Delta Gamma: Trans- fer from Modesto junior college,- 3: Gamma Alpha Chi, 3: Dance committee, 4: Emerald 3. MARJORY BAKER, Portland, So- ciology, Kappa Alpha Theta. F R E E D B A L E S, Wallowa, Soc. Science, Sherry Ross Hall: Phi Beta Kappa, Sr. Six, 4: Phi Mu Alpha, 1: Tabard Inn, 3: Pres. Melody Men, 3: Homecmg. dance, 2: Stdt. discp. comm., 4: ohm., in- ter-group sing, 3: Emerald ad. staff 3: lst, 2nd prizes Jewett contests: Marshall prize, 3: Men's symposium, 1, 2, 3: Phi Beta Kap- pa books 2. JUANITA BALL, Ft. WVorth, Texas, Soc. Science, Alpha Chi Omega: Transfer from Sophie Newcomb, Texas, 3: Mum committee, 3. LORRAINE BARKER, Eugene, English, Kappa Alpha Theta. EDWARD BAILEY BARNETT, Springfield, Romance Languages, Yeomen: Sigma Delta Pi. W.-aa 5... '-Q.-an. , ,wwdl 'ar ir Q35 , ,MVI- N'-El LEWIS BARRY, Oregon City, Bus- iness Administration. ANNE BARTON, Coquille, Music, Delta Delta Delta: Tau Delta Delta, 1, 2: Phi Beta, 2: Mu Phi Epsilon, 3, 4: Greater Oregon com. 2: Polyphonic choir, 1, 2, 3. GLADYS BATTLESON, Eugene, Journalism, Alpha Omicron Pi: Thespian, 1: Kwama, 2: Phi Theta Upsilon, 3: Mortar Board, 4: Theta Sigma Phi: AVVS Sgt. at Arms, 1: Chm. AXVS mum sales, 3: .AWS spkr. com., 3: Emerald, 1, 2, 3, so- ciety ed., 3: Oregana, 3: Girls' rally team, 2, 3. KENNETH BATTLESON, Canby, Business Ad., Sigma Nu: Beta Al- pha Psi: Sec.-Treas. Interfrat. council, 4: baseball, 1. GROVER BELLINGER, Salem, Psychology. FRANK BENNETT IV, Eugene, English, Transfer from Albany College, 2: Polyphonic choir: Ski club. vii VL ll .ill i lll 1 X Wg. ll ilu ,iq ,Q i' 'lil ll Ulf? it liiiiq ' MARJORIE BUCHANAN, Aloha, Oregon, English, Susan Campbell: Transfer from Pacific university, 3: Polyphonic choir, 3, 4, GRACE VIRGINIA BURLEIGH, Eugene, English: Tau Delta Delta, 2: Transfer from Reed College, 2. RICHARD BRYSON, Eugene, Chi Psi. GAYLE BUCHANAN, Eugene, English, Kappa Kappa Gamma: Thespian, 1: Kwama, 2: pres. 2: Phi Theta Upsilon, 3: Mortar Bd., 4: Pot and Quill: Sec. of class, 3: Sec., AVVS, 3: Pres. AWS, 4: Jr. Wknd., 3: Soph Infml., 2: Heart Hop, 2: Guild Hall: Emerald of Air, 1: YWCA cabinet, 3: "Most charming" coed, 3. CHERIE BROWN, Portland Busi- ness Ad., Delta Delta Delta: Phi Chi Theta, 2, 3, 4: Tau Delta Del- ta, 1: Frosl1'Glee, 1: Junior Prom, 3: YVVCA sale, 1, 2: Frosh coun- sellor, 2: Polyphonic choir, 1, 2, 3, 4: ASUO drive, 4. MARCIA BROWN, Stayton, Eng- lish, Delta Gamma: Transfer from Vvillamette University, 2: Phi Beta, 2, 3, 4. VENITA E. BROUS, Portland, AAA, Alpha Chi Omega: Emerald, 1: upper business staff, 3, 4: YWCA, publicity, 2: dance, 2: NVAA: Phil- omelete. BETTY LEONE BROWN, Hubbard, Law, Womenls Coop: Phi Beta Kappa, 4: Phi Theta Upsilon, 3: Mortar Board, 4: Order of the Mace, 3, 4: WAA, 1, 2: Emerald, 2: Debate, 1, 2, 3, 4. GERTRUDE BRANTHOVER, As- toria, Physical Education. DAVID BREUER, Portland, Busi- ness Ad.: Transfer from Reed col- lege, 2: Beta Gamma Sigma: Ask- lepiads: Alpha Kappa Psi. CHARLES E. BOTHWELL, Mau- pin, History, Canard Club: Trans- fer from Oregon Normal School, 3. EUNICE BRANDT, Salem, AAA. TED BOHLMAN, Portland, AAA Alpha Hall. KATHRYN BOSSINGER, Palo Alto alif AAA Ka a Ka a Gam C .. , PP PP - ma: Transfer from Stanford, 3: Gamma Alpha Chi. 1 I EILEEN BLASER, Portland, Soci- ology, Chi Omega: Transfer from Albany college, 3: Frosh glee com., 1: Emerald staff, 1. ANDREW BOGDANOVICH, Port- land, German. BETTY JANE BERNITT, Seattle, Washington, English, Alpha Phi: Gamma Alpha Chi, vice-pres. 4. JANET BINGN ER, LaGrande, Eng- lish, Pi Beta Phi: Transfer from Eastern Oregon Normal, 3: YW- CA, 2. NOEL BENSON, Klamath Falls, Journalism, Phi Delta Theta. FLORENCE BERCOVICH, Port- land, Sociology, Alpha Xi Delta: Transfer from U. of O. Medical School, 3. 5. it is FQ6 fs- fi 'un 'C' ws- Y . A-rf, i -- - W ffl? . -1 t.. . .6 H.. " T155-i3'Wf2,17.'Xh1.'."fi l .4 . P' , - -1. fel' " 'fist e- 'A 'f ', , 4"-W i-.. Four Oregon presidents are shown above, left to right: Erb, Boyer, Buchc1non,Hc111. Lower right is Alpha Chi O's Viviun Emery holding the red rose which invited her to membership in Mor- tctr Board. ti fl We 4... Lower left are several Sify-- mo Delia Chi pledges tot- inq the qreen qoose crbout during the campus lunch- eon. Above are the com- mittee members of the Homecoming luncheon which was never eotten. Lett to right: Bill Vermillion, Iecmnelte Chorrncm, Fran- ces Schoupp, Genevieve McNiece, Bill Dalton. W as illl 'U' . ...N W, GEORGE D. CAMPBELL, Portland, Business Ad., Sigma Chi: Trans- fer from Oregon State College, 3. MARGARET CARMAN, Portland, AAA, Alpha Gamma Delta: Phi Theta Upsilon, 3: Allied Arts League, 2, 3, 4: YNVCA Sec., 2, 3: YXVCA Cabinet Member. 2, 3: Mat- rix Table, 3: Heads of Houses, 3, 4: Treasurer of Doughnut Sale, 3: Panhellenlc, 3, 4: Transfer from Albany College, Portland, 2. DON CARMICHAEL, Eugene, Bus- iness Administration. CLYDE P. CARROLL JR., Port- land, Economics Phi Delta Theta: il'radns2t'er from University of Port- an , . ALBERT L. CARTER, Portland. Law, Kappa Sigma: Skull and Dagger President, 2: Class Treas., 2: Class dance, 1, 2, 3: Track, 1- BETTY JANE CASEY, Portland, English, Kappa Kappa Gamma: .Junior-Senior Directorate, 4: Asst. Chin. Senior Ball. 4: Frosh Coun- sellorh 2: Junior Xveekend Prin- cess. . -GN TK' 3'- Q.. Q..- COLLEEN CATHEY, Portland, Alpha Chi Omega: Thespian, 1. FRANK L. CHAMBERS, Eugene, Business Ad.: Beta Gamma Sig- ma: Alpha Kappa Psi: YMCA Board, 4: Polyphonic, 1, 2, 3. JEANNETTE CHARMAN, Ho- quiam, XVn., Business Ad., Kappa Alpha Theta: Sophomore W'his- lrerino: Jr. Vlfeekend Directorate: Homecoming: Senior Ball. HELEN CHRISTENSEN, Eugene, German. Alpha Delta Pi: Delta Alpha Phi. BOB CHRISTNER, Medford, Edu- cation. EDITH ELIZABETH CLARKE, Hermiston, Physical Ed., Univer- sity Street Woman's Coop: VVAA 3, 4: P. E. Club, 3, 4: Polyphonic, 3: Transfer from Pacillc U., 3. ALICE CLEVENGER, Portland, Sociology, Alpha Gamma Delta: Phi Beta, 2: Volleyball, 3 4: Transfer from St. Helen's Hall, 2. WALTER M. CLINE JR., Salem, Business Administration. Phi Del- ta Theta: Golf, 2, 3, 4: Captain, 4. ln? it ii. 4... E 7' av CARO COGAN, Santa Anna. Journ- alism, Delta Gamma, Gamma Al- pha Chi: Transfer from Santa Anna J. C., 3. ARTHUR G. COLE, Portland, Bus- iness Administration. HAROLD COLE, LaGrande, Educa- tion. KEN COLE, Eugene, Business Ad- ministration. RUSSELL WARREN COLE, Holly- wood, Business Administration, Sigma Phi Epsilon: Transfer from Los Angeles Jr. College, 2. LEWIS COLEMAN, Milwaukie, Business Administration, Z et a Hall. e 2 si as ,. W Mlgliii , ,,,,,,,. I. ' .. I ,'i'W11llijlt,l.3iH1IlvsU' W. V. DUKE, Portland, Business Administration. MARGARET EARL, Portland, Ro- mance Languages, Gamma Phi Beta: Pi Delta Phi, 3, 43 Pi Lamb- da Theta, 45 Transfer from Al- bany, 3. HALLIE DUDREY, Bend, Educa- tion, Kappa Kappa Gammag Kwa- mag Phi Theta Upsilong Philo- melete: YWCA Directorate: Em- erald, 2, 3g Jewett Contest 3. KATHLEEN A. DUFFY, Bend, Journalism. Alpha Chi Omega: Gamma Alpha Chi, 1, 2, 3, 4: Kwamag Phi Theta Upsilon, 3g Junior Weekend, 35 Homecoming, 45 Emerald business staff, 1, 23 Matrix table. FRANK DREW, Klamath Falls, Business Administration, Phi Kappa Psi: Alpha Kappa Psi, 2, 3, 4: Pres. Co-op Board, 45 Chm. Jr. Prom, 3: Pres. Ski club, 4: Jr. track manager, 3. LAURA DRURY, Medford, English, Kappa Alpha Theta: Kwamag Phi Theta Upsilong Phi Beta Kappa, AWS treasurer, 2, Frosh Glee, 1: Canoe Fete Corn., 19 Emerald Re- porter, 1, 2. ELLEN DIXON, Corvallis, Music. Alpha Phi. DORIS DRAGER, Salem, English, Gamma Phi Beta. LUCILLE DAVIS, Eugene, Sociol- ogy. ROBERT DEAN, Portland, Journal- ism. EDWARD JOHN DALY, Albany, lgusiness Administration, Sigma u. NORMAN DAN I E LSON , Colton, Business Administrtaion, Alpha Tau Omega. BOB CURRIN, Thurston, German, Sigma Phi Epsilon. WILLIAM M. DALTON, Dallas. Business Ad., Kappa Sigma, Skull and Dagger, 23 Homecoming Chm., 4: Canoe Fete Chm., 35 Golf, 15 House Managers Organization. 5- 4.- Lg? in BERYL CORNISH, Los Angeles, Business Administration, Alpha Phi: Transfer from Santa. Monica Junior College, 3. JOHN CORSER, Aurnsville, Busi- ness Administration. GORDON M. CONNELLY, Port- land, Journalism, Cambell Co-op: Sigma Delta Chi: Secretary, 35 Emeraldg Oregana Sports editor, 35 Intramural Board, 25 Oregon Com. for Peace and Freedomg Anti-VVar Strikes Council, 1, 3. GEORGE COREY, Portland, Law. BARBARA COLLINS, Portland, So- ciology. MARY COLLIER, Klamath Falls, English, Gamma Phi Beta. 41,5 Q0 , - Z-2 rap. '4""'nuf V' lf- Lelcmd Terry,be1oW, directs the rally ccir of the Home- coming noise parade. 59 -T3 w IIS-E rua Y m X' A couple of stooqes qoin', to the 'pus, below, left. Above is an airplane View of the heart of the Univer- sity of Oregon campus. JOE E. EARLEY, Klamath Falls, Delta Upsnlon: Transfer from Southern Oregon Normal, 3. NORMAN EASLEY, Portland, Law. MARILYN EBI, Hood River, AAA, Delta Delta Delta. LAURA W. EDMONDS, Portland, Sociology, Kappa Kappa Gamma. JEAN ELKINGTON, Gresham, Pre. Law, Alpha Xi Delta. DARREL W. ELLIS, Portland, Journalism, Phi Sigma Kappa: Tabard Inn: Sigma Delta Chi Treas. 3: Pres., 4: Tumbling Squad: Emerald staff, 1, 2, 3, 4: Editorial Board, 3, 4. :K 5 ALTON C. ELWOOD, Marshfield, Business Administration, Theta Chi: Dad's Day Com., 1: Jr. Man- ager Swimming Team, 3: Senior Manager, 4: Band, 1, 2. JACK ENDERS, Ashland, Business Administration, Sigma Nu: Alpha Kappa Psi: Scabbard and Blade: Chm. Greeters Committee, 4: Asst. Chairman Junior Weekend, 3: Dad's Day Committee 4: Rally Committee: R.O.T.C., 3, 4: Cadet Colonel, 4. CECIL ENGLAND, Eugene, Social Science. LILLIAN ENGLAND, Eugene, AAA. CHARLES ERWIN, Pendleton, Business Administration, Alpha Tau Omega: Friars: Inter-Fra.ter- nity council: Senior president. FAITH ANNE ESKELDSON, Ore- gon. City, Normal Art, Orides: Polyphonic choir, 3, 4: Transfer from Oregon Normal, 3. WILLIAM ESTES, Klamath Falls, Business Administration, Delta Upsilon. BEATRICE EVANS, Eugene, Edu- cation. aim-vs qs.- T' kg... -N JOSEPHINE EVANS, Eugene, Edu- cation. BOB FU LTO N , Portland, History. EDYTHE FARR, Coquille, Music, Phi Beta, 1, 2, 3, 4: Mu Phi Epsi- lon, 4: Sec., Phi Beta, 2, 3: Vice- pres. Phi Beta, 4: Jr. Certificate with honors: Service pin, Phi Beta: Polyphonic, 1, 4. JANET FELT, Twin Falls, Idaho, Education, Delta Gamma: Phi Beta: Guild theatre: Transfer from Albion State Normal, 3. R E ED FEN DALL, Business Admin- istration. BEN FORBES, Gresham, Business Administration, Delta Upsllon. VIC GOFF, Cottage Grove, English. ROBERT E. GOODFELLOW, Sal- em, Business Administration, Al- pha Tau Omega: Scabbard and Blade, Vice-Pres.g Propeller clubg Track, 3, 4. KEN GILLANDERS, Eugene, Bus- iness Administration. KERMIT A. GIMRE, Astoria, Busi- ness Administration, Sigma AI- pha Epsilon: Oregana, 4, Trans- fer from Pacific University, 4. CARROL F. GATES, Business Ad- ministration, Y e o m e n 3 Alpha Kappa Psi. PAUL GEISLER, Portland, Busi- ness Administration, Gamma Hall. nf' ROBERT M, GARRETSON. Port- land Music, Theta Chi: Phi Mu Alpha, 1, 2, 3, 45 Vice-Pres.. 4: Delta Phi Alpha: Orchestra, 3, 4. THELMA GARRETSON, Portland, Sociology, Alpha Chi Omega. MICHAEL A. GALLIS, Eugene, Al- lied Arts and Architecture. GARLAND GANGER, Pendleton, Business Administration, Sigma Nu. TOM FUSON, Medford, Phychology. NORMAN GAEDEN, Eugene, Mus- lc. LEONA FRENCH, Portland. AL. MIRIAM FULLER, Eugene, Ro- mance Languages. HAROLD FRAZEE, Leaburg, Bus- iness Administration. DON FRY, Portland, Business Ad- ministration, Campbell Co-opp Al- pha Kappa Psi, Ethan Frome, Transfer from Reed College, 3. lRIS FRANZEN, Oregon City, Eng- lish, Alpha Delta Pi: Teminids, 1: 2, 3: Guild Hall playersg Emerald staff, 1. J0A1N FRANZWA, Eugene, Eng- lis . LESLEY N. FORDEN, Hood River, Business Administration, Omega Hall: Canoe Fete committee, 32 Homecoming dance, 3: Upper Em- erald staff, 33 Upper Oregana staff, 3. SAM FORT, Portland, AAA, Alpha Tau Omega. is Q. ie.. . W 'dw 'll' ll Two thirsty students were unaware of a cameraman atop the new library as they paused, below, for a drink on the terrace. ,i. I, X . , .,T flu- l A familiar scene, lower leit, in the memorial court of the art museum. At the top oi the page is a group oi mothers and their Theta Chi sons taken on Iunior Weekend. ROBERT GRANT, Garden Home, Law, Sherry Ross. WILBUR GREENUP, Eugene, Ge- ography. JANET GREPE, San Mateo. Cali- fornia, Romance Languages, AI- pha Phi. VIRGINIA GROVER, Lewiston, Id- aho, Business Administration, Delta Gamma. PEGGY GUILM ET, Portland, Social Science, Kappa Alpha Theta. JEAN GULOVSON, Brothers, Jour- nalism, Phi Theta Upsilon, 3, Theta Sigma Phi, 3, 4: Active member WAA, 2, 3, 43 Emerald, 1 2, 3, 4: Polyphonic, 2, 3: Matrix Table, 2: Jewett speech. 1, 2. "NZ" 1 4 A II II"M' . , , Y. I . II A I I '--'faef is ,I Hill I ,- Q F.. - , I -1. f .,' in Q- - ' ii ni ' ktA.rf, :..lf 1-- - , , V ,Q v.,'-I., ,--vu, ' fuu- IMI, . ' "1 T nA -A 4 'V it - I 1 U N f I BARNARD HALL, Portland, Psy- chology, Sigma Hall: Friars, 3, 4: Aklepiads, 3, 4: Order of the Mace, 4: ASUO President, 4: Chm. Dads Day, 3: Track, 1: Debate, 3. VERNON F. HANSCAM, Harbor, Business administration, Theta Chi: Condon club, 4: Track, 1: Baseball rngr., 2, 3. CAROLINE B. HAND, VVeiser,1da- ho, Journalism, Pi Beta Phi: Gam- ma Alpha Chi, 3, 4: Frosh Clr., 2, 3: Chm. Miss Oregon Corn., 3: ASUO drive, 3, 4: AXVS speaker, 2, 3: WAA, 2, 3, 4: YWCA, 1: Emerald, 1, 2: Sec. Emerald bus, staff, 3, 4: Oregana, 2, 3, 4. WADE HANSON, Business Admin- istration, Sigma Hall: Beta Gam- ma Sigma: Transfer from South- ern Oregon Normal, 3. WAYNE HARBERT, Eugene, Jour- nalism, Theta Chi: Sigma Delta Chi, 3, 4: Guild Theatre, 1: Dad's Day, 2: Homecoming, 2: Jr. Week- end, 1, 2, 3: Co-chm. ASUO drive, 2: Mothers' Day, 2: Oregana staff, 2, 3, Editor, 43 Emerald staff, 1, 2, Ed. Frosh issue, 1: Emerald "O", 1: "Who's XVho Amer. Coll., Univ. students", 4. VIRGINIA HASTING, Illonterey, AL, Hendricks Hall. ELIZABETH HEATH, Oakland, California, Physical Education: Transfer from University of Cali- fornia, 3. HAROLD HEBARD, Eugene, Music. L5 l lA Q XIII. E J' I f .2 FRED HEIDEL, Eugene, AAA, Chi Psi. LLOYD HELICKSON, Eugene Business Administration. ANN E H ERREN KOH L, Portland, Psychology. CLAUDIA HERRNIANN, Eugene, Education. STANLEY C. HOBSON, Madras, Journalism, Phi Sigma Kappa: Sigma Delta Chl, secretary, 4: Chin. Journalism Jam, 33 Emer- ald staff, 3, 4: Transfer from Sac-- ramento Junior College, 3. JAY C. HOCKETT, Enterprise. Ed- ucation, Sigma Nu: Swimming mgr., 2, 3, 4: Transfer from XVII- lamette University, 1. -, lf' 1 -Q4 .'h. l MARGARET C. JOHNSON, Hills- boro, Sociology, Kappa Kappa Gamma: XV.-XA. MELVIN J. JOHNSON, Portland. Business Administration, Sigma Chi: Skull and Daggcr: Alpha Del- ta Sigma: Tennis mgr, 4. DONALD C. JOHNSON, Portland, Bus. Ad., Sigma Phi Epsilon: Friars: Phi Mu Epsilon: Treas. Class, 3: Pres. Fraternity Cel.: Co-ohm. frosh llre, 1: Homecom- ing, 3: Rally com. 3: Jr. XVeekend, 3: Student disc. com., 4: Jr. cert. with honors: Rep. to Nat. inter- fratcrnity council convention, 4. DOROTHY LOUISE JOHNSON, Portland, Music, Hendricks Hall: Mu Phl Epsilon, 4: Phi Beta, 1, 2, 3. 4: Pi Delta Phi, 3, 4: Phi Beta achievement pin, 3: Orchestra concert master, 3, -1. WILBUR JESSEN, Eugene, Music. HANS RAYMOND JEWEL., Port- Kappa Sigmag land, Education, Basketball, 3, 4: Order of "O": Transfer from Southern Oregon Normal, 2. ,... ,Q ...- Q 4 -3 SA S! 'Q ,. - .I BETTY JEFFERS, Beverly Hills, California, AL. ELMO JENSEN, Creswell, Educa- tion. CLARE IGOE, Eugene, Journalism: Mortar Bd.: Phi Theta Upsilon: Theta Sigma Phi, pres.: Asst. Ed. Emerald. 3: Emerald clay editor, 1, 2: VVomen's editor, 3: Gerlinger Cup, 3: Most outstanding sopho- more woman in journalism, 2. TOM JACOBS, Reedsport, Business Administration, Sigma Alpha Ep- su on. A. A. HURLBU RT, Burns Business Administration and Law: Trans- fer from Albany College, 3. ERMA HOUSTON, Noti, Social Science, Orides. JIM HUBBARD, Portland, Social Science. LEONARD HUFFORD, Springtield, Business Administration. 11- x... S- 1 Gb 'EZ IOLA HOUGHTON, Eugene, Edu- cation, Alpha Gamma Delta: In- ternational club: Transfer from Oregon Normal school, 4. OREST HOUGHTON, Eugene, Edu- cation, Pi Kappa Alpha: Band, 4: Propeller club, 4: Transfer from Oregon Normal, 4. GORDON HOLLAND, Eugene, Bus- iness Administration. RICHARD HOSKINS, Portland Business Administration. RAY HOCKETT, Enterprise, Busi- ness Administration, Sigma Nu: Transfer from Vlfisconsin, 1. HARRY HODES, Portland, Bus. Ad., Yeomen: Alpha Kappa. Psi: Pres. 45 Chin. Christmas Revels, II: Homecoming, 4: Ballet Russe, 3: Chm of student com. for Oregon retail merchants association, 3: Transfer from Reed college, 3. ik' 4.1 Qi- "4-'Q Lower right: Three boys, Fred Becxrdsley, Morrison Bcrles cmd Glenn Ecrton, cmd Q cloq. - 3 .A,-fb YP' The coed rally squad, be- low, at a game-in action! Above is a snow scene on the Womerfs quadrangle. -Q-.. PHILIP JOHNSON, Wascn, Busi- ness Administration, Kappa Sig- ma. RUTH JOHNSON, Portland, Sociol- ogy, Alpha Phi. FRANCES JOHNSTON, Portland, Gamma Phi Beta: Gamma Alpha Chi, president, Class sec., 4, Dis- ciplinary com. for heads of hous- es, Rally com., 3. RALPH J. JOHNSTON, Chicago, Illinois, Architecture, Pi Kappa fklpha, Canoe Fete, 3, Pl Mu Epsi- on. BARBARA JONES, Corvallis, AAA, Hendricks Hall. BILL JON ES, Portland, Journalism, Delta Upsilon. xv 43" -is WARREN JONES, Pasadena. AAA. MASA KATO, Boring, History, Omega Hall, Transfer from Reed College, 2. MARGUERITE KELLY, Eugene, English, Alpha Omicron Pi, Frosh Counsellor, 2, 3, Emerald, 1, Ore- gana, l. MARGARET KERR, Baker, Eng- lish, Kappa Kappa Gamma, Sym- phony orchestra, 1, 2, 3, 4. BARBARA KETCHUM, Vale, Eng- lish, Alpha Omicron Pi, NVAA, 1, 2, 3, 4, PE club, 2, 3, 4, Chairman Master Dance recital, 3, Frosh Counsellor. JOHN E. KEYES, Bend, Social Science, Kappa Sigma, Scabbard and Blade, 2, 3, ROTC, 2, 3, Vice- presldent Infraternlty Council, 3, ROBERT K I DDER, Roseburg, Physical Education, Omega Hall, Secretary Men's P. E. Club, Foot- ball, 1, Baseball, 1, 2. MARGARET KIRKPATRICK. Ie- , E x- , 11.- L: X Q, Q fd., 8' :Eel Q l 4 rr l . -N 12 an 'Q' u 1.1: I ' 'N ii s ai ,, o 45, 1 ,- ni- ,Lf EVELYN KING, Grants Pass, Edu- cation, Alpha Gamma -Delta, Jun- lor Prom, 3, Discussion Leader, Y WCA. JAMES KILPATRICK, Sherwood, Law, Delta Upsilon. JOHN KIRIGAN, Portland, Educa- tion. VIRGINA CAROLINE KISSLING, Portland, Sociology, Susan Camp- bell, Transfer from Albany Col- lege, 2. KENNETH KIRTLEY, Eugene, Journalism, Delta Upsilon, "Bury the Dead", Co-chairman Jimmy Dorsey Dance: Editorial Board, Emerald, 4, Emerald Staff, 1, 2, 3: Oregana, 1. ROSALYNNE KITCHEN, Eugene. German, Susan Campbell, Vice- president Delta Phi Alpha, 4. in ' we-1 JOHN LEWIS, Seattle, Phyclcal Education, Sigma Chi: Frlars, 4: President, Order of the "O", 4: Interfraternity Council, 3: Bas- ketball, 1, 2, 3, 4: Baseball, 1, 2, 3, 4: Co-op Board 3, 4. MARIE LUJAN, Baker, Business Administration. HELEN B. LEWIS, Portland, Phys- ical Education, University C6-op: Orides: WAA Committee: Jewett Speech Contest winner, 2: P. E. Club, 1, 2, 3, 4: Athletic award. JACK LEWIS, Raymond, Washing- ton, Business Administration, Sig- ma Alpha Epsilon. JACK LEW, Baker, Business Ad- ministration, Delta Upsilon. HAZEL M. LEWIS, Eugene, Busi- ness Adminsitration, Orides: WAA: YWCA Cabinet: Christ- mas Revels, 4: Vice-President: Social Chairman, Orides. VALERIA K R U TZ L E R, Eugene, Business Administration MILO LACY, Ashland Business Ad mmistratxon Beta Theta Pl SAM KROSCHEL, Medford Busl ness Administration Phi Kappa Psi, Transfer from Oregon State College 2 Speakers 4 Home coming Dance 4 Inter Fraternity council 4 LOUISE KRUCKMAN, Astoria German, Chi Omega: Delta Phi Alpha: Emerald, 2, 3. CONSTANCE M. KLETZER, Port- land, Normal Art. Delta Gamma: Kwama: Phi Theta Upsllon: Ore- gana, 4: Junior Weekend, 1, 3. ROBERT H. KNAPP, Portland, Psychology, Sigma Nu: Skull and Dagger: General Honors in Eng- lish, German, and Psychology. CLARENCE LEINAN, Eugene Business Administration. KATHERINE LEUCK, Nyssa, Physical Education, HOWARD R. LEE, Vernonia, Soc., Cambell Co-op: WVesley club, Treasurer: Oregon Yeomen Presi- dent, 1: Vice-pres., 3: Sec.-Treas., 1: Pres. Toastmasters club: YM- CA, Emerald Broadcasts, 29 Track, 1: Christmas Revels, 3. ROBERT A. LEE, Portland, Eng- lish,' Theta Chi: Transfer from Reed College, 3: Oregana, 3: Scruples, 3: Chm. Sigma Delta Chi dance, 4: Dad's Day, 3: Turf Field dance, 3: Sigma Delta Chl, 3, 4. LOUIS A. LARSON, Portland, Bus- iness Administration, Phi Kappa Psi: President Propeller club. PAU L LATTI MORE, Palo Alto, Cal- ifornia, Economics. JANE LAGASSEE, Astoria, Jour- nalism, Kappa Kappa Gamma, Emerald, 1, 2: Oregana, 4: Gamma Alpha Chi: Matrix Table: Inter- Fraternity council Handbook: Frosh Counsellor. JEAN E. LARSON, St. Helens, Edu- cation, Oridesg Phi Theta Upsilon, 3: Philomelete, 2: Debate team, 2, 3: WAA, 1, 2: Greater Oregon Committee, 2: Harvest Dance di- rectorate, 3. V Q0 1-r - l iw ll!!- The populcrr fraternity and sorority rnciil ccmier, be- low, pauses on Greek row to deliver cr letter to Phi Sig- mcr Kczppofs Frank Hitch- cock. 22 I-1:11-rf ' A 'Q This card stunt was one of many honoring Oregon at the qarne with Washington in Seattle last tall. Above is a picture ot representatives from the tour houses which won Dad's Day attendance cups. Lett to right: Eugene Shultz, Sigma Nu: lean Mc- Callum, Pi Phi: Marion Everaert, Kappa and Rob- ert Rankin, Pi Kap. Josspl-NNE LUMM, Portland, Landscape Architecture, Chi Ome- ga: Transfer from Oregon State College, 2: Master Dance, 3, 4. LOIS LUVAAS,'Eugene. Romance Languages, Oridesg Pi Delta Phi: YWCA Cabinet, 2. FRANCES ALICE MCCARTER, Portland, History: Transfer from St. Helen's Hall, 3. WILLIAM C. McCARTHY, Port- land, Law, Pi Kappa Alpha. VIRGINIA' S. MCCORKLE, Port- land, Romance Languages, Alpha Omlcron Pi: Sigma Delta Pi: Mor- tar Board: YWCA vice-pres., 4: YWCA Cabinet, 35 Pan-hellenic council. BARBARA MCBREEN, Aloha, Journalism, Alpha Gamma Delta: Soph Informal, 2: Greater Oregon Com., 2: WAA, 1, 2, 3, 4: Matrix Table, 3: Frosh Councilor, 2. i .4 ,, wir lla- ' , ,,... U '. in , I -ga CHARLES H. MCGIRR, JR., Port- land, Law, Delta Upsilon: Phi Delta Phi: Scabbard and Blade: Skull and Dagger: Class pres., 3. WILLARD MCINTURFF, Marsh- field, Law, Delta Upsilon. EVERETT McKENNA, Marshiield, Business Administration, Phi Kappa Psi. MADELENE NlcKEOWN,C0qui1le, Law, Susan Campbell. WILLIAM McKlNNEY, Milton, Music. GENEVIEVE MCNIECE, Portland, Sociology, Sigma Kappa: Thes- pian: Kvvama: Phi Theta Upsilon, 3: Sec. Panhellenlc, 2: Soph In- formal, 2: Jr. Wknd,, 3: Hmcg, 4: Emerald, 1: Oregana, 1: Kwama advisor, 3: Frosh councellor, 2, 4: Sec. ASUO speakers com., 4: AVVA speakers com., 1, 2 3: Co-chm. Soph Whiskerino, 2: WAA, 2, 3, 4. LUCINA MAAG, Portland, Journal- ism, Delta Delta Delta. SAM E. MACK, JR., Sacramento, Business Administration, Kappa Sigma: Alpha Kappa Psi: Finan- cial chm. of Canoe Fete: Transfer gram Sacramento Junior College, .ai JAMES MACKIE, Portland, Busi- ness Administration, Beta Theta Pi. MAURICE MANNING, Beaverton, Psychology, Si ma Alpha Epsilon: Homecoming, 4: Senior Ball, 4: Baseball mgr, 3: Transfer from California Institute of Technol- ogy, 1. LEROY MATTINGLY, Eugene, Journalism, RENEE E. MATTINGLY, Berkeley, California, Journalism, Gamma Phi Beta: Theta Sigma. Phi: Em- erald Staff, 4: Transfer from Ore- gon State, 4. ILLIA MAR HALL Portland, W M S , U Business Administration, Sig ma Chi: Order of "O": Baseball 2, 3, Eli: Transfer from Oregon Normal, GRACE E. MARTIN, Eugene, Soci- ology: Alpha Kappa Delta, 3, 4: Delta Phi Alpha, 2, 3, 4: Public Affairs Chm.: YWCA, 3, 4: Inter- national Relations Club, 4: P. E. club, 2, 3: WVAA, 2, 3, 4. I I " I ,I ,, H , ,Ez sax-fi 'M II In , II ?I'lai" 2 "iii II ll III I , , Me I "-ld' . I '.: ' .al -IX -'-"Y pe! .5 1, ROBERT E. MORRIS, San Francis- co, Social Science, Delta Upsilong Transfer from Stanford, 2. ROBERT MORROW, Madras, Busi- ness Administration. VIRGINIA MOORE, Portland, Eng- lish, Kappa Alpha Theta: Pi Delta Phi, 8, 4. PERCY T. MORIOKA, Hawaii, Bus- iness Administration, G a rn m a Hall: Transfer from University of Hawaii, 3, EMMA MONROE, hlulino, AAA. IVAN MOORE, Portland, Business Administration. Delta Tau Delta: Basketball manager, 33 Head ath- letic manager, 4: Transfer from Linfield college. 3. IRQ ii 4- LORAYNE MITCH ELL, Eugene, AAA. STUART MOCKFORD, Oregon City, Architecture, Theta Chi. JENNIE MISLEY, Oregon City, Physical Education. HELEN MITCHELL, Grants Pass, Psychology. Alpha Omicron Pig Phi Chi Theta, 2, 3, 4. CHARLES, E. MILLER, Bend, Bus- ' ine-ss Administration, Kappa Sig- ma: Alpha Kappa Psi, 3. 4: Scala- hard and Blade, 3, 4: Track, 1: Xvrestling, 3: Emerald staff, 1: ROTC cadet oificer, 3, 4. ISABELLE MILLER, Condon, His- tory, Alpha Phi: Kwama, 21 Phi Theta Upsilon, 3: Campus Social chairman, 2, 3: AWS carnival, 21 AXVS Harvest dance. 3: YXVCA frosh commission, 11 Love and Margiagge series, 2, 3, AXVS coun- cil, .., . RICHARD MAXWELL, Twin Falls, Idaho, Architecture, Sigma Hall. JOHN L. MEYER, Dundee, Business Administration, Omega Hall. JEAN MARTIN, YVendling, Busi- ness Administration, Delta Gam- ma. ROBERT MARCY, Portland, Busi- ness Administration. ' l 'FW 'Jw HIROAKI MINATOYA, Portland, Psychology. Omega Hall: Askle- paidsg 'Transfer from University of VVashington, 3. GEORGE MINTURN, Salem, Busi- ness Administration, Zeta Hall. LESTER MILLER, Eugene, Busi- ness Administration, Yeomen, Al- pha Kappa Psi: Alpha Delta Sig- ma: Pi Epsilon Delta: Guild hall 1 ' .fm "N T150 ' players, 1, 2, 3, 45 Christmas Rev- els, 4: Portland, pre-school rally, 4: Oregana 2, 3: Emerald, 1, 2, 35 Mgr. and Ed. student directory, 4. DOUG MILNE, The Dalles, Busi- ness Administration, Phi Delta Theta: Jr.-Sr. Dance chm., 4, Al- pha Delta Sigma dance ohm., 4: Chm. ASUO speakers com., 4: AS- UO assembly com., 4. I H fi ,,s s ,A Fh- Hb Q-E. Lg fu ,4- S5 .-ang.- . r. -- F Eqwllil 5- II NUI Q 1 'bl 9-' ' ., 'gf' 2' G'- '--. I I , , ms- if .-lp .1 1 X An airplane Vie-W, below, of ihe new men's physicctl education plant and cr por- tion of McArthur court. Maury Manning was the photographer. 'aw ,,. '5- Smokey Whitfield, below, led students in or tricil of the big apple clcrnce cit the Iun- ior-Senior dcrnce. Above is the entry of Hendricks hall, in the I-lomecominq noise parade. BERT MYERS, Portland, Business Administration, Alpha Tau Ome- ga: Sigma Delta Psi, 1, 2, 3, 4: Pres., 3, 4: Order of "O": Propel- ler club, 4: Jr. wknd. water carn- ival: Swimming, 1, 2: Diving, 1, 2, 3, 4: Nortwest Intercollegiate Div- ing Champion, 2. MRS. MARGARET CLARK MY- KUT, Seattle Sociology, Transfer from University of Washington, 4. MARSHALL NELSON, The Dalles, Business Administration, Delta Tau Delta. VERNON NELSON, Eugene, Busi- ness Administration. BETTY NICHOLS, South Pasa- dena, California, Business Admin- istration, Chi Omega: Transfer from Pasadena Junior College, 3. DELLA MAE NOE, Portland, Edu- cation, Transfer from Grand Junction Junior college, 4. RUTH 0'CONNELL, Gilroy, Cali- fornia, Business Administration, Delta Gamma. LA VON ODDY, Woonsocket, South Dakota, Physical Education: Mas- ter Dance: P. E. Club: Amphibian: gransfer from Butler University, ROSEMARY 0'DONNELL, Port- land, Music, Kappa Kappa Gam- ma: Phi Beta. RALPH L. QLSEN, Portland, Psy- chology, Pl Kappa Alpha. REBECCA OVERSTREET, Port- land, Psychology, Alpha Delta Pi: Guild Hall, 4: Frosh Councillor, 4: Decoration com. AVVS Fashion Show, 3: Volleyball mgr., 4: Em- erald, 3: YWCA, 4: Transfer from Oregon Normal, 3. HOWARD HERBERT OVERBACK, Portland, Alpha Delta Sigma: Wliiskerino, 2: Jr. Prom, 3: Krazy Kopy Krawl, 4: Greater Oregon Com., 2: Emerald 2: Emerald adv. mgr., 2: Oregana business mgr., 3, 4. GLENN PAHL, Pendleton, Busi- ness Administration, Alpha Tau Omega: Jr. Prom, 3. GORDON PALMER, Halsey, Busi- ness Administration. xtxwhib Z I5 LELAND PARKHURST, Eugene, Business Administration, Yeo- men: Jr. cert. with honors: Jewett contest, 4: Propeller club, 3, 4. HOWARD PARKS, Creswell, Jour- nalism. SHELDON PARKS, Jordan Valley, Law, Alpha Hall. KATHRYN PASQUILL, Portland, Business Administration, Alpha P i. PlilYhLLIS PAYNE, Portland, Eng- IS . WILLIAM L. PEASE, Portland, Journalism, Theta Chi: Sigma Delta Chi, 2, 3, 4: Friars, 4: Skull and Dagger, 2: Jr. finance man, 3: ASUO by-laws com., 3: "Old Ore- gon" editor, 4: "Scruples" editor, 3: Oregana staff, 2, 3, 4: Emerald staff, 1, 2, 3: Who's Who Among College and University students, 4. +- S.. 4 I u 'P l .I ' L. ROGERS, Medford, Ed- Phi Gamma Delta. Newberg, Busi- Canard Club: College, 3: Ameri- can 3: Pro- peller Interna- tional Secretary. EDWIN ROBBINS, Newton Center, Mass., Economics, Sigma Hall: Committee on Military Education, 3: Emerald, 1, 2, 3, 4. ZELLA MAE ROBBINS, Halfway, English, University Women's Co- op: Transfer from Eastern Oregon Normal, 3. KENNETH G. REEVES, XVarren- t0l1, Business Administration, Pi Kappa Alpha. BTANLEY L. RIORDAN, Pasadena. California, Physical Education, Phi Delta Theta: Transfer from Pasadena Jr. College, 2: Order of the "O": Sergeant of Arms, 2: Football, 3, 4. MARGARET REAL, Quartz Mt., Business Administration, Phi Mu: Phi Chi Theta: Treasurer, 4: AS- UO Speakers Committee, 2: Mat- rix Table, 2: Heads of Houses, 2, 3. RUTH REASOR, Salem, Music, Uni- versity St. Women's C o - o p : Transfer from VVillamette Uni- versity, 3: YWCA, 4: Polyphonic, 3, 4. SIGNE RASMUSSEN, Portland, Journalism, Alpha Omicron Pl. MARGARET LUCILE RAY, Eu- gene, Journalism, Sigma Kappa: Theta Sigma Phi, 3, 4: Treasurer, 4: Emerald, 1, 2, 3: Editorial Board, 4: Oregana, 3, 4: Associate editor, 4. JAY PUTNAM, Portland, Business Admlnistation: Transfer from W'illamette University, 3. JAMES QUINN, Portland, Law, Alpha Tau Omega. ROBERT D. POWELL, Portland, Law, Kappa Sigma: Oregana, 2: Speakers 3: Emerald staff, 1: Band, 1, 2: Track, 1. BETTY POWNALL, Portland. So- ciology, Pi Beta Phi: Junior Prom, 3: XVAA, 1, 2. 3, 4: Little Colonel, 2: Junior XVeekend Queen, 3: Gam- ma Alpha Chi Model, 1, 2, 3. uns., X ' Q, mul ,, RICHARD B. PIERCE, Salem, Bus- iness Administration, Sigma Chi: Chm. of Homecoming Dance, 4: Frosh golf, 1: Golf, 2, 3. WILLIAM C. POLK, Portland, Pol- itical Science, Kappa Sigma: Phi Delta Alpha: Interfraternity coun- cil, 3: Transfer from Sacramento Junior College, 2. ROBERT POLLOCK, Forest Grove. Journalism, Sigma Alpha Epsilon: Transfer from Pacific University, 3: Sigma Delta Chi: Emerald, 2, , 4. VERNON F. POMEROY, Scappoose, Business Administration, Kappa Sigma: Football, 1: Jewett Speach Contest, 4. GORDON PERLICH, Eugene, Bus- iness Administration, Delta Up- sllon: Alpha Kappa Psi. ROSE A. PERRY, Grants Pass, Ed- ucation. Q 'Qi 5' ,. f' 5 iii ,g L... J- 'O' :- get avg! G-i LOUIS H. ROTENBERG, Portland, Business Ad., Sigma Alpha Mu: Alpha Kappa Psi: Skull and Dag- ger: Soph Informal, 2: Home- coming, dance, 3: Rally com, 3: Chm. ASCO Card sales, 4: Bas- ketball, 1: Baseball, 1: Oregana. 3: lst prize Life Insurance Sales Contest, 3. BERNARD ROSENSHINE, Port- land, Psychology, Sigma Alpha Mu: Transfer from Reed college. 3: Delta Phi Alpha, 4: Treasurer, 4. VIVIAN C. RUNTE, Eugene, Bus- iness Ad., Orides: Phl Chi Theta: Beta Gamma Sigma: Pres. Phi Chi Theta, 4: Pres. Orides, 4: Sec- retary ASUO Card Drive, 4: Ton- qued, 1, 2, 3: YXVCA, 3, 4. LELAN D R USSELL, Roseburg, Journalism: Transfer from A1- bany College, 4. JOSEPH B. SALLEE, Eugene, Ge- ography, Phi Delta Theta: Seab- bard and Blade: U. of O. Repre- sentative at National Rifle Meet at Camp Perry Ohio, 3. WILLIAM M. SANFORD, Portland, Journalism, Sigma Hall. Governor Marlin, Dean Eric W. Allen and W. W. Loomis, president oi the National Editorial Associa- tion, central liqhts in the K Q tw" .s CII11'l'L1CIl. pf G S S CO1'1l9I'S1'1CG held winter term, are pic- tured above. Below is a quick-turning yell squad man at the Stanford game 0- ft- , ii! 'H-Q, JEAN SCHAEFER, Eugene, Soci- ology, Alpha Phi. FRANCES SC H A U P P, Portland, Bus. Ad., Alpha Phi: Gamma Al- pha Chi: Phi Theta Upsilon: Chm. l-'rosh Com., 1: Second V. P. AS- UO, 4: Vice- pres. Heads of Hous- es, 4: Jr.-Sr. Breakfast Commit- tee, 3: Jr. XVeekend princess, 3. LE ROY SCOTT, Tlgard, Education, Phi Sigma Kappa. WAYNE SCOTT, Silverton, Busi- ness Administration, Alpha Tau Omega. LEONARD M. SCROGGINS, Eu- gene, Physical Education: Swim- giing, 1, 2, 3, 4: Order of the "O", , 3, 4. FRED SHAF ER, Portland, Business Administration. CLAIRE SHANKS Lebanon Eng- lish Alpha Delta Pi JAMES SHEPARD, Salem Social Smence wg., l 'IL' 1' wr aa. fx ,e ann. ,ge is -lan 5. 1-Dx: , nm ,Q-.. ak. ..i'V' BERTHA SHEPPARD, Sherwood, Social Science, Zeta Tau Alpha: Phi Beta: Temineds, Classical Club: President of Temineds. ROGER PATRICK SHEPPARD, Virginia. Minnesota, Journalism, Pi Kappa Alpha: Transfer from Virginia Junior College, 3. MELVIN SHEVACH, Portland, Business Administration, Sigma Alpha Mu: Alpha Kappa Psi, Friars: Skull and Dagger, 2: Soph- omore Rfhiskerino Co-Chairman, 2: Senior Ball Chairman. 4: Bas- ketball, 1. CHARLES T. SHIMOMURA, Port- land, Law, Omega Hall: Football, 1, 2, 3: Baseball, 1. GEORGE SHIMOJIMA, Portland, Business Administration, Omega Hall. DELOS SHINN, Eugene, Business Administration. CLIFFORD SPEAKER, Portland, Economics, Sherry Ross Hall: Pi Mu Epsilon, Polyphonic choir, 3, 4. WILLIAM SPEIRS, Portland, Law, Alpha Tau Omega. THORNTON SMITH, Klamath Falls, Business Administration, Phi Kappa Psi: Band, 1, 2: Man- ager, 4. Mgwo SORENSON, Portland, Mus.- C. JOHN E. SMITH, Everett, WVash- ington, German, Phi Sigma Kap- pa. ROY V. SMITH, Berkeley, Californ- ia, Business Administration, Phi Gamma Delta: Transfer from O.S.C., 3. ,. GERALD THORNTON SMITH, Sherwood, Business Administraf tion, Delta Upsilon: Beta Gam- ma Sigma: Alpha Kappa Psi: Del- ta Phi Alpha: Drama, 1, 2, 3, 4: Emerald, 2: Alpha Kappa Psi Scholarship Plaque, 3: Cadet Cap- tain, ROTC, 4. GRETCHEN E. SMITH, Oswego Lake, Psychology, Alpha Delta Pi: Amphibian, 2, 3, 4: Thespian, 1: Kwama, 2: Phi Theta Psi, 3: Mor- tar Bd., 4: Pres. Philomolete group, 2: XVAA Vice-President, 3: XVAA Pres., 4: AWS Council, 4: Heads of Houses, 4: Jr. Weekend, 3: Mgr. Baseball, 1: Mgr Volley- ball, 2: Oregana, 3: Senior Six, 3: Phi Beta Kappa. FLORENCE SMITH, Palo Alto, English, Alpha Chi Omega. GERALD A. SMITH, Portland, Bus- iness Administration, Delta Upsi- Ion: ASUO Speakers, 1, 2: Junior XVeel-tend, 3: ASUO Wfelcome, 4. EDNA M. SMITH, Portland, Eng- lish, Hendricks Hall. ELLEN SMITH, Portland, Business Administration, Hendricks Hall. JANE SLATKY, Portland, Business Administration, Pi Beta Phi, AS- UO Membership Committee, 2: YXVCA, 1: Emerald business staff. 1. CLAIRE SLATTERY, Santa Rosa, Physical Education, Susan Camp- bell: Transfer frorn Santa Rosa Junior College, 3: Physical Educa- tion club. 'kv' D EARL SIMONSEN, Eugene, Busx ness Administration MARY ANN SKIRVING,The Dalles, AL, Alpha Chi Omega. DAVID C. SILVEN, Baker, Law, Delta Upsilon: Phi Alpha Delta. DAVID A. SILVER, Portland, Law, Sigma Alpha Mu: Friars, 4: Order of "O", 2, 3, 4: Secretary-treasuxw er of ASUO, 4: Member Athletic Council, 4: Track, 1, 2: Basketball, 1, 2, 3, 4: All Northwest Basket- ball Forward, 3: King of Hearts, 3. EDITH SHUEY, Berkeley, Californ- ia, Kappa Kappa Gamma: Trans- fer from California Agriculture, Z: Philomelete. ALICE MAY SIELING, Vancouver, VVashington, AAA. 5 2 L x l 185 I Aslclepicicls pack ct skele- ton on CI stretcher behind G skull at Iunior Weekend's campus luncheon. Below is cr Buick surround- ed by student drivers in front of Villorrd holl. Above is lock Enders, right, cmd the members of his Oregon Greeters committee. sax.-5. .u .:vL mmnbn ALICE STEWART, Powers, Busi- ness Administration. MARTHA C. STEWART, Dayville, Journalism: Phi Theta Upsilon, 3: Theta Sigma Phi, 3, 4: Pot and Quill, 3, 4: President of Phi Theta Upsilon, 3: Theta Sigma Phi re- porter: Oregana staff, 3, 4: Emer- ald Feature Editor, 3: Woman's Editor, 4. HAROLD S. STRAWN, Eugene, Business Administration: Alpha Kappa Psi, 3, 4: Pres. YMCA, 4: Sec.-treas. Alpha Kappa Psi, 4: Vice-pres. Alpha Kappa Psi, 3: Treas. Oregon Yeomen, 3. LOIS E. STRONG, Clatskanie, Busi- ness Administration, Chi Omega: Gamma Alpha Chi: Phi Chi Theta: Sec.-treas. Gamma Alpha Chi, 4: Emerald, 1. ROSALIE STEINMETZ, Eugene. Business Administration, Delta Delta Delta: Phi Chi Theta. E. EMERSON STICKELS, Eugene, Law, Theta Chi. Q' it WILLIAM SUTHERLAND, Eugene, Music. WALT SWANSON, Portland, Bus- iness Administration, Phi Delta Theta. KARL M. THOMASON, Cottage Grove, Business Administration, Gamma Hall: Alpha Kappa Psi: Membership com., 4: Track, 1. HARRiETT E. THOMSEN, Hood River, Allied Arts and Architec- ture: Mortar Board: YVVCA pres., 4: YWCA cabinet, 3: AWS coun- cil, 4: Student Christian council, 4. FORDYCE THORNBER, Eugene, Business Administration, Yeomen. ALFRED TINGLE, Eugene, Educa- tion. BONNIE JEANNE TINKER, Cres- well, Music. WILLIE TORRENCE, LaGrande, Psychology, Zeta Hall: Askle- piads: Football, 1. JACK TOWNSEND, Campbell, Cal- ifornia, Journalism, Omega Hall: Rally com., 3, 4: Emerald staff, 3, 4: Transfer from San Mateo Jun- ior college, 3. KIYOKO TSUBOI, Portland, Eng- lish, Hendricks Hall: Transfer from St, I-Ielen's Hall, 3. DORTH EA TUNEY, Portland, His- tory, Women's Co-op. ELIZABETH TURNER, Portland, English, Pi Beta Phi: Thespian, 1: Kwama, 2: Phi Theta Upsilon, 3: Mortar Board 4: Pres., 4: Class pres., 2: Chm. AWS Carnival, 2: Chm. Co-ed Capers, 3: Chm. Cam- pus Luncheon, 3: WAA, 1, 2, 3, 4: Dad's Day directorate, 4. JACK URFER, Portland, Business Administration, Omega Hall. LOUISE VAN CLEVE, Exeter, Cal- ifornia. Business Administration, Delta Gamma. I. J ESSI E WILLIAMS, Lakeview, Music. OSCAR WILLIAMS, Eugene, Psy- chology, Phi Kappa Psi. MARJORY WILL, Portland. Jour- nalism, Alpha Chi Omega: Kwama, 2: Phi Theta Upsilon, 35 AWVS council, 2, 35 ASUO speak- ers com., 3: Mums sales, 35 Frosh Councilor executive council, 2: AWS Carnival, 1, 2, Oregana, 2, 33 Emerald, 2, 3. IRENE WILLIAMS, Portland, Al- lied Arts and Architecture, Hend- ricks Hall. MOLLY WHITE, Portland, English, Pi Beta Phi: Phi Theta Upsllon, 33 Pres. of philomelete discussion group: Soph informal, 2, Whisker- ino, 23 AWS Carnival, 35 Horne- coming dance, 31 WAA, .1, 2, 3, 4. EBBA L. WICKS, Astoria, Archi- tecture, Mortar Board. SION W E N TWO RT H , Portland, Business Administration, Beta Theta Pi. ALICE H. WEYMOUTH, Palo Alto, California, Arts and Letters, Del- ta Delta Delta: Transfer from Stanford University, 2. ABE M. WEINER, Portland Ger- man, Sigma Alpha Mu: Delta Ph i Alpha: Class Treas, 43 Rally com., 4: ASUO speakers com., 2: Cam- pus luncheon directorate, 3, Base ball mgr., 33 Jr.-Sr. dance, 4: Senior Ball, 43 MAURICE WEIS, LaGrande, Edu- cation. LOUISE WATSON, Boise, Idaho, Physical Education, Alpha Gam- ma Delta: Amphibians, 3, 45 WAA intramural sports mgr., 49 Trans- fer from Boise Junior college, 2. WILBUR WEBB, Portland, Busi- ness Administration. LAWRENCE WALES, Albany, Business Administration, Z e t a Hall. ELLIS WATKINS, LaGrande, Eng- FRANKLIN VOSS, Portland, Busi- ness Administratlon, Alpha Hall. EDWIN WAISAN EN, Astoria, Bus iness Administration. PEGGY VERMILLION, Portland, English, Delta Gamma: Chm. of finance com. for Oregon back-t0- school rally dance, 4: co-chm. of student body drive com., 45 Frosh ccuncilor. 43 Junior Prom prin- cess, 39 Best date, 3, Transfer from Reed college, 3. WALTER R. VERNSTROM, Port- Business Administration land, Delta Tau Delta: Alpha Delta Sig ma: Inter-dorm council president. 45 Alpha Delta Sigma scholarship, 33 Emerald Order of the "O", 23 Business mgr. Emerald, 3, 49 Friars. PEDRE VELASCO, Philippine IS- lands, Social Science. BILL VERMILLION, Baker. ECO nomics, Theta Chi, Class vice president, 4: ASUO card drive, 3: Homecoming committee, 45 In- terfraternlty council, 4. 'B' Q- Q di The stczqe of the 1937 canoe lete on the bank of the mill- rcrce. lish. it-Q .gc .Sv kg i- ,...an. Y' 5-1- 0 .I-pf ff- , Q- 4? JW" DAVID L. WILSON, Yoncalla, Bus- iness Administration, Zeta Hall, Director Westminster players, 3, 4: Jr. certincate with honors. CHARLES WILSON, Nyssa, Busi- ness Administration. STEVEN WINQUIST, VVorcester, Massachusetts, Architecture, Theta Chi, Beaux Arts Ball, 3, Transfer from 'Wentworth In., 3. HARRISON WINSTON, Roseburg, Law. E. JUDITH WODAEGE, Salem, Journalism, Theta Sigma Phi, 3, 4: Correspondent, 3, Emerald, 1, 2. ELDRID A. WOLD, North Bend, Sociology, Sigma Kappa. -Mil fi, '?" -Q Q., .Qs E - I 14- HELEN WOLFE, Tulelzike, Cali- fornia, English, Hendricks Hall, Transfer from Sacramento Junior college, 2. RUTHALBERT WOLFENDEN, Portland. Music, Alpha Phi, Pi Delta Phi, Mu Phi Epsilon, Or- ehestra. ELLAMAE WOODWORTH, Port- land, Journalism, Theta Sigma. I-'hi, 3, 4: Master Dance, 3, 4: Pres. Master Dance, 43 Rally Com., 4, Greater Oregon committee, 2, XVAA council, 4, Emerald, 1, 2, 3, 4, YNVCA Cabinet, 3, 4, YVVCA Regional Council, 4. BRANDON YOUNG, Eugene, Mus- ic- Kappa Alpha Theta, Tau Delta Delta, Mu Phi Epsilon, Mortar Board, Pres. Heads of Houses: Past Pres. of Tau Delta Delta and Mu Phi Epsilon, Orchestra, hand, ensembles, recitals, concerts. BILL ZIMMERIVIAN, Portland, Bus- iness Administration, Delta Up- silon. ZOLOMON M. VOLCHOK, Salem, Business Administration, Sigma Alpha Mu, Alpha Delta Sigma, Friars, Asst. mgr. educational ac- tivities 4, Pres. Alpha Delta Sig- ma, 4, Theatre work-shop: Home- com'g, 3, Lemon-Orange Squeeze, 3: Jr. W'eekend, 3, Krazy Kopy Krawl 3, 4. LELAND TERRY, Tillamook, In- terior Decoration, Theta Chi, Homecoming parade c-hm, 3: Beaux Arts Ball, 3, Yell staff, 3, 4. JACK RODDA, Portland, Medicine, Theta Chi, Asklepiads, Co-chair- man Frosh Glee, 1. Xl Vi I Below is the Fiji Home- coming sign, designed by Fred Beck. Above is Siqrncz Alpha Mu's Dove Silver on parade after his election to secretary-treasurer of the student body. nw- A..f.,...... -Y--o-W ' 1 .yr .. F .Uv ' f 'I es' 1 T, ,gif fin ' + zi'1' I-F 'I x ijfxfft I hifi If H ?,J'Q.I ,1 i 1 ,Q .yr . ,'u m,f1, ,1 4a,4, bQW x .1 I A,-V-1,21 A' . x- ' " ' ,UI 'In Nfavbnf L, ' fel .I -- 4f1f-,,1'-ERA, . f KM Diff i , f,q'.,Q.x1 ',g"1Af .' ' ' ' .U U X mir -, :. ' ,fx ' E l 'H ' Ivy Q13 3 V- s QI I yr w if ,A ' 1 , X . 4 Q-,'. 7, 75 5 . I' fzeslfzman gefzgf o At sn Qu! .Q W E' H ,a my, 1 - fb""" " w I ,pg 5,4 QU 1, SM, my xxxx in R M H., u,Q,f'53k,3 435-:ii V,-il 1 , -YY. K . in The "royal family" of the junior class, left to right: Zane Kemler, president: Virqinia Regan, vice- presidentp Kay Coleman. secre- tary: and Brock Miller, treasurer. Zane Kemler, president of the class of 1939. ' iq , eg . ,r, , H M . S Q 'jf l Low gum, my pfzoxxl Uofes Politics in junior class elections of l937 had a "slightly" rotten odor. It seems that the blocs bought class cards and voting privileges in wholesale lots at the ASUO office upon presentation of the required cash, Votes were then cast by proxy. The final result found Denton Burdick's Phi-Deli-Beta block down to defeat before the Sigma Nu-SAE-DU ticket of Zane Kernler, Virginia Began and Kay Coleman. Chi Psi Brock Miller defeated Willie Prager by one Vote. Vivian Runte, top, president of Orides, Mary Elizabeth Nor- vel, Alpha Phi politico, lack Lochridge, the same for Fiji and Theta Chi's com- rniiteeman, Bob f t Bailey. Phi Psi's George Varoff, pole vaulter, above, left. Below him: ATO's Emer- ald managing editor Lloyd Tupling. In the circle: left to right: Hend- ricks hall's pres- ident and "Ern- erald Empress", Bernadine Bow- rnan: Chi O's president lean Palmerp Sigma Chi's publica- tion rnan Bob Gridleyg and Chi Psi's ditto, Keith Osborne. H . ii' if- :Q En? H ,. ,, Above is Theta Chi's Yell king, Paul Cushing. The three coeds are, left to right: Kappa's first- edition of Miss Oregon, Marcia Steinhauser, Theta's Elisabeth Stetson and DG's Kay Coleman, both prominent in women's ac- tivities. Belo a Pi Phi arrow wearer who's prominent in coed activities. Past her is ATO's politician-pres ident combination, Harold West- on, W- -Pt. LA' Q ff. ...JSF 3 W the group is Betty Riesch, top, and Theta's political gnu. , "fi ml Politician, beautiful and Chi O Virginia Regan, in the circle to the leit with Phi Delt's Bill Cum- mings, an Emerald man, next to her. Phi De1t's Hal Haener, an a tising man, is below to the Beneath him is Kappa's Brown, rally-coed. 'WI I-A pride, Phyllis Gardner. 1 92 Y Tiki, 513,53 t 7-1,+- - - FfPPz-.f.-- --ful. Ml.-V I U Ml., -J" X ' ,,--f"' - - " 1 . --1' ,L unin f- f-nfa -1-:,:Q f ,fw'fSf,v x Rs? , f' A.-a-fra .. , . - . igggg AA f, iliif 1 J ,,. ..f-,-- mmm , V ., , , ,A .irfugf ,., , . , . -.ml ' 1 VH- f,.1,,':f ,Bmw .Q Y 1 9 y L,. , 1 Y With the duck is Alpha Phi's "all- around activity girl" Rita Wright. Theta Chi's hope is Phil Lowry, next in line. Below him is Aida Macchi, Hendricks hall activity coed. To the right is Delta Tau Delta's politician, Clayton Ellis. To the extreme left is Pi Beta Phi's Kwama president, Pat Brugman and DU's politician, Charles Skinner. In the large cir- cle below are Kappa Sig's Skull and Dagger head man, Lloyd Hoffman, left and ATO's defeat- ed politician, Bob Hochuli. Sigma Nu's basketballer-politi- cian, Iohn Dick, is immediately below. On down the page are: ATO's scrappy passer, Iay Gray- bealp Betty Lou Kurtz, Chi O poli- ticiany and Phi Delt's likeable boy, Scott Corbett. Y 4 sit it Q? F -if Q? wcfc e ofzses Wlidsffzeam Serious splits in both parties capsized campus politician's hopes several times before the fresh- men had their officers elected. At first the Beta-ATO-Phi Delt block thought it would run a Beta. The party lined up, only to finally back a Sigma Chi, Bob Hendershott. The Kappa Sig-DU-SAE-Sigma Nu faction chose Har- rison Bergtholdt who they found among the Theta Chi pledges. The party split. Politicians went crazy. At midnight before elections, it was recognized that the Piji's and Sigma Nu's had been successful in their attempt to oust Berg- tholdt and run his campaign manager, Sigma Nu's Gleeson "Tiger" Payne. He and his ticket Won the election in a Walk. The above squad is only the freshman class officers: Presi- dent Gleeson Payne, ViCe-presi- dent Alice Lyle, Secretary Ann Stevenson and Treasurer Ken Erickson. Gleeson Payne, head man in his class. , if-H--' bw Immediately above: Phi Delt's Hugh Mclvlenamin, DU s Larry Lew. In the group to the right: Gamma Phi's Eleanor Swift, Kappa's Anne Waha, Theta Chi's Harri- son Berqtholclt. Left, ATO's Wally Rossman and Kappa Siqma's Stan Davis, co- chairmen of the trosh fire. Stagqered from the left to the left of the page are more frosh "potentials": Theta's Marge Churchill, ZTA's Mary Mohr, SPE's Dick Williams, Fiji's Stan Staiqer. Q. 7 -1 , ,JN H N' , , I ,, .ggi n. 5 Y z Q w M H 'Hn 'R . 'Vs ., X . ,fix X IMF -11 1 A 'F it ,. N if., l ' :Z - a Af C+' Y' 5 f':'f' I ,if ., f . - L, 3 'X lil f wg :WSE ' u -QVITL: . '. v-. , . J U, Prince L. Callison, head football coach. caching Gfnielfs Heading the coaching staff last year were Prince G. Callison and Howard Hobson, head football and bas- ketball coaches. Hobson also coached baseball. Coach Callison resigned his position shortly after the football season was concluded because of the howling of various "wolves". He was succeeded by Gerald Oliver, who came to Oregon from the Univer- sity of Arizona whose team was the last to trounce the Webfoots. 5 fm u J' n llllllr QQ it t it it t ll c-..c,.i, Mui ii. b k b 11 h. Howard Hobson, varsity as et a coac Assisting Callison was "Mike" Mikulak, recent Ore- gon All-American, as backfield coach, Gene Shields, line coach, and Dick Reed, end coach. lohn Warren coached the freshman football, basket- ball, and baseball squads. "Mike" Hoyman contin- ued last year as coach of both freshman and varsity swimming teams. Bill Hayward earned another stripe by-completing another year as track and field coach. He will conclude his official career this spring when he retires. Paul Washke coached freshman and varsity tennis. Sid Milligan, a law school student, coached varsity golf. ' M V 1 H 4' A0 W its xii! Wy X M .-0 -i .L-," 1, .gi I rwfh , vf I l SQO GOA 5 GQY0Pba'S' OO 41 Qpogf 44260 O, ff 64 494,90 02985 Q9 Qriax Q00 NX Q60 av' Os L QU , KO. 0 O00 Gag O9 -S" '06 Q, N N. SQONOQE OO ,pm X105 . C' 9 X N 06 5 X17 45? QOGZQQQQ OQQQ X. X - so NL? N750 faffbo-494' oe? 0 KO QV 0 Y GO Q 09 xx O Q ,Ag an f O -X A170 O89 Rex' 59' xW cf' .QW '6 x5 -449 N2 .QQ ac, 6,61 QQQXQQQ' Q0 X, K N w M, ' fl .H -- .Vu .412 af-I n. 55 - if-:Sa-'11 -wr L T'i .' ,. +"'L1f,'ffr . , 7-Le mana efzs 0 gffzove gelnin cenes PSF? . ,L ,. ' M. E ME? L34- lvan Moore, in charge of all. managers, is in the circle io the upper leii. Below him is Bill Fornas, basketball manager. Above him is Swimming manager, Alton El- wood. Immediately above is Earl Plepp, baseball manager. Here is a group ol managers who answered ihe call of lhe camera. Left to right: Bob Snoke, lvan Moore, Abe Weiner, lvan Clark, Hugh Collins, Vernon Hanscam, Bob Seward, Bob Wagner and Alton Elwood. 714 ti n 5551, King of Yelldom, Paul Cushing. Wolves watched every move ot the rally committee this year. Daily blasts came in The Emerald's columns, "gripes" of dissatisfied student game-goers appeared in the letter Writers' section. Editor Mattingly 'wrote some of his famed editorials on the inactivity oi the committee. The trouble all came from those people who saw no need oi 20 of the school's supposedly more politi- cally ambitious youngsters dressing in White and standing on the sidelines at the game. They criticized their Vote-seeking grins, their camera conscious capers. The peak of complaint came at a Portland qame when they greased a pig, sent it squealing into the " 5,-ET" 'E' 4'f.'."-tis' ,El ,, it li. Leland Terry, in circle, and Bob Elliott assistants. , eil timed an Hallie? giudent Pifzif 201 stadium, proceeded to chase it about and shock the humane society by making crazy passes at it. The pig was supposed to be Gerald Graybeal, Oregon's slippery runner and passer and the people Who could not catch it were supposed to be California, the rally people explained. The irony was that Cal booped Oregon plenty hard in the first half, made it Worse in the iinal period. ln spite of all this trouble, Rally Committee Chair- man Sam Fort spent plenty of hours Working over the group's plans. Paul Cushing rose from assistant to chief yell king His helpers were Leland Terry, a two year vet, and Bob Elliott, who came up from the trosh. 'ure RN N gg. JF' ,-S N L-6 Lai ' Q,-H3 K t hum, Ictcqueline McCord, The merfs cmd worrterfs rally committee, tront row, lett to right: Ruth Sterrett, Dormo e c . 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The garne was a thriller with Oregon stopping the college on the goal line in the final sec- onds. Result: Oregon lU WSC, 6. Captain Tony Arnato , -""' VVQOHX - -.,...,.-T--P M it ,gift it -i N J. ' KL . "t,,., ,mir California .,,.. Stanford ......,.............. Washington . ,....,......... ....,..,.. Oregon State College ......,....., Washington State College Southern California ,..,......... -1 ORLGON ..................... .... UCLA ...... . ,,,,,............. . WINNER UCLA ,..,... , ................... . Oregon ..,.,............... Oregon ....,...,,.........Y.,.. Southern California ..,.,,. Oregon State College ,..... Oregon .....Y.,,...,........,, California ...... Washington ..,,. Oregon ..,....... Arizona ..,.Y, Bill Estes Gerald Graybeal W .. 6 .. 4 .. 3 .. 2 .. 2 .. 2 2 ,. l LOSER Oregon ................,.....i..... Stanford ......................, Gonzaga University ....., Oregon ......,,....................... Oregon ......,......,................. Washington State College Oregon ..........,.................... Oregon ,.............................. San Diego Marines .i..,... Oregon A .,...................... Dale Lasselle .f' :Q 1.-,.' Above is an action plcture from the Stanford game the first on Oregon's turf field in Eugene. The final score was 7 to 6. Foskett, number 58, is in the midst of the melee While Rowe, number 33 is whipping in from the right. Anxious eyes are strained, to the left, ai the Stanford game, They were awarded with the first Ore- gon Win over the Indians in all history, To the right, across the page, is Anderson of Oregon being tack- led by a Gonzaga man, Haber- man. Haug of Gonzaga, number l, is waiting, just in case. But it wasn't much use as Oregon Wal- loped the Bulldogs 40 to 6, sur- prising the entire Pacific Northwest. IRI! .llvfih 1- , ,Q ,lrx H f P- lv "' Q .J , V Q-4 313 ' I 14 '- "1 ,.. N, Bandsmen at the Stan- ford qccme. 'L 1 l I rs elf-f"' 9' A sa .NE Jw .W 21" M- ' mn1l' 1ZK.l'i.?!. QVQK: I 4 . , -. f '- u' M . QV V A - - H. " "' 1-asap.:-r-Q -1- An Arizona field goal is being blocked by Oregon. Hoss Wilson of the southern team is doing ihe kicking. A 20 to 6 victory over the Webfoois brought Arizona's coach, "Tex" Oliver home with the Oregonians as the new coach. Below are some of the rally boys at ihe Cal game in Portland. Left to right: Zane Kernler, Iack Gavin, Bill Pease, Iirn Wells, Abe Weiner, Dick Hutchi- son, Al Krieiz and Hal Duden, '5 ' f I .-,, li i ing 5:1 -as igaslzeflnzll The Northwest's champion basketball squad is shown taking tips from Coach Hobson, right. Front row, left to right: Gale Smith, Ted Sarpola, Wally Io- hansen, Bobby Anet, Matt Pavalunas, Ford Mullen. Second row: Iohn Dick, Dave Silver, Bay Iewel, Urgel Winterrnute, Laddie Gale, Bob Hardy. Goufzf gleam ions Oregon outtought scrappy conference competition to win the NorthWest's basketball championship this year. It was not until the Webfoots Went into California to meet Stanford university that they were forced to concede to a better team. The first of the Pacific coast championship series went to Stanford and "Hank" Luisetti by the score of 52 to 39. In the second game the Oregons led through- out most of the first half but were finally outclassed in the second, 59 to 51. Idaho was the only other team to take two games from Oregon. The Welofoots dropped one Game to each of the other members of the Northwest confer- ence, however. After running up 617 points in winning ll non- conference games before the season opened, Oregon whipped Washington State in both Eugene games, 54 to 33 and 50 to 46. Oregon State was beaten next, 38 to 32. The Staters reversed tricks the next night, slowed the Ducks down with a tour-point win, 36 to 32 in Corvallis. Montana was the next to fall in McArthur court, 69 to 43 and 54 to 42. At Seattle, Washington took the first game, 40 to 37 but Oregon overwhelmed them the second night, 51 to 31. At Missoula, Montana whipped the Webfoots, 58 to 52 who in turn were waxed 63 to 49 the next night. 212 .1 H .A , , I -, QE .. t ' 32 3,,I1:L! . L Aft Ll. Washington then came to Eugene to be defeated 59 to 43 and 56 to 53. The latter game was the season's thriller as Oregon surged from way behind to win in the final minutes. At Moscow, Idaho took two from Oregon, 33 to 28 and 35 to 34, the latter game won with a foul shot the final second of the tilt. Oregon took Washington State in stride at Pullman, 44 to 34 but was outclassed in the second game, 44 to 37. Idaho then came to Eugene where it was bounced in two successive games, 68 to 41, and 41 to 24. The conference season ended with two victories over Ore- gon State, 40 to 22 in Eugene, and 38 to 33 at Corvallis. GG Woshington's Bob Reese, num- ber 23, croshes to the Igloo floor with the Husky club. Standing over him is Oregorfs Lgddie Gale, number 26. Oregon lost only one of the four gomes 213 if i I ,B N x, M XX The tip off at the Washington State game in Mc- Arthur court. Oregon took both Eugene games but dropped one at Pullman. , t :eg Lui, X X1 Nw 5 ' w, Urgel Wintermute oi Oregon number 22 on duty to get the ball from the back board from the Montana boys. lim Sey- ler is at his side for the Grizzlies. Oregon dropped one game at Missoula. ,Z X T' .., ,v f' 7 H f, it J t lt, r I fnu ss , , -,,. 3' -. P' '- M " , .Q ..,. , 1,2- fL,,' 4 vi vu V m in "Yiwu ' t f'fmWetwt+ + + T 4 g 4 lf ' c 59 WMM xff e tfsttw t 'QM' Q11 mr ' M' I Ray Iewell, number 36, qets into the fight with Oregon State at Corvallis. Oreqon dropped this qame to the Beavers but took the other three. v tv' ' wi Laddie Gale, number 28, tries to out-jump an Idaho man, Lyle Smith, number 8. Idaho's Steve Belko, number ll, is stopping in the foreground. 215 Laddie Gale, Oregon forward, who established a new northern division scoring mark of 249 ., ra t Q v Q,, u .,4 points. NORTHWEST BASKETBALL SUMMARY Team W L Pc OREGON i,.... ,..,... , ,. 14 6 ,700 Washington ,..,....i,....., 13 7 ,650 Washington State ...... 12 8 .SOO Idaho ......................... 12 8 .600 Oregon State ....... 6 14 .300 Montana ..............,........,......,..... 3 17 .150 5 Y W X . - .l aff' SYM :WM pdf!!! That defeat-dealing demon oi basketball, "Hank" Luisetti, is about to sling another ot his pas- ses to a teammate in the picture just above. Oregon's Wally lo- hansen, arms stretched, is doing his best to halt him. Laddie Gale, Oregon's forward, sinks one in the bottom picture. Silver is num- ber 34 and Wintermute, 22. Luis- etti lurks to the right. Stanford took both Pacific coast playoff games. Scores: 5289: 59-51. 9? X L 43? ,Q is in ' Q-, M gggxgk -:gif 2.3 wwf 1: :: N N 7 ff 'fv Lfw1.,wff-ff, .. W fi H, wvima' - M Asif 4hw5fm1,,4'w , .. '2 1 , A..,A. WV" H ' filiiigiiiii' V i 5: Z:. :- ' an Nw ' .iigiiezifms ,vw fffif V QM 'rm 7 K 3 H 1 'K I I 1 Q L. ru:-. x K Q n X . w ' W 4 at . W ,,,. gy 1 Z , A ,,.. , . EN Mg ., A W H, ,, ,S W six ff M? f 1 , f M TL H N 3' L F75 K fm - '-A--.N vw: M . ' xv, M5,M.ij3 M 5 .I .. ..... . uf - Q U1 '4 J -if X A A 'nazi W xf SL 8' " fx . ..,.,. , mi? f 4,5 1, m m Y M: "" " .59 Q , hV,A ?,,.?m 1 J ,sf J 1 ,Su QQ '22, . 1 Yiwu in xg IM' s Y f- 5252. ,Q if Seb ll Nik C L. fm Y1'.Waz4,, M' pv- av-W V, z,.. vw w -fwfr .4 ' asf! 'WTWFQH :xx mvfmmaww-'Mwjg asa, mfmwuvmfa Mm- :M :Mx -me :ww MQLMQLMWSQ-mwnwaq Y , The varsity baseball squad, Northwest champions, spring, 1937, front row, left to right: Iohn Thomas, Ford Mullen, Bill Courtney, lim Nicholson, Ralph Amato, lack Coleman, Cliff McLean, lack Gordon. Second row: LeRoy Mattingly, Gale Smith, Iohn Lewis, Robert Hardy, Bill Sayles, Andy Hurney, Bill Marshall, Earl Repp, manager. Gluzm ions 06 flue Tlofzflfawesf Starting the baseball season with a bang, the Ducks walked over Oregon State 7 to l and l4 to O in two opening games, and continued on to their third pen- nant in four years with scrappy play and a fighting spirit. After beating the ldaho Vandals 9 to O and 6 to 3 on the UniVersity's Howe field, the squad lost stride and dropped two games to the Washington State college Cougars. ln the first game the Cougars nicked Sayles for 9 hits, three of which were home runs, and knocked the league leading Oregon club off the top of the ladder. ln the second game Washington State got 7 hits off lohnny Lewis and took advantage of 6 Oregon errors to roll up l2 points against Oregon's 2. The first game with Washington lasted l4 innings before Hurney, Sayles, Coleman and McLean found the apple and brought in four runs. The second game of this series was won 8 to 6 by Oregon. The ducks journeyed to Pullman and in a l0 inning contest managed to get an 8 to 6 win from the Cougars that kocked the Pullmanites from the league top and placed the Webfoots there with a fraction of a game lead over their victims. But Washington State tightened up and in the sec- ond game of the series fought stubbornly with the Oregonians in a two to two tie for l4 innings. Sayles was again holding the Cougars in check, and again in the l4th the boys from Eugene rallied with four runs, one of them a homer by Andy Hurney to win a two- game margin over the other teams in league stand- ings. Hardy and Lewis were then credited with two 'wins from ldaho, 13 to 4 and lO to 7, to finish the strenuous road trip with the record of having won six games in seven days! Oregon had but one more game to Win to clinch the title. But she won two-from Oregon State. ln the first game Bill Sayles threw some of the fastest sizzlers that ever zipped over a conference plate to quiet the Beav- ers 8 to U and consequently to definitely clinch the Northern division pennant. In the next game, the last one of the season, Captain lohnny Lewis took the mound as his final bit of Com- petition under Oregon colors. lt was a big day for the seniors. Lewis pitched a good game and Hurney, Amato, and Courtney hit home runs. The only blight in the latter part of the season was when the Webfoots played for l9 innings with Willam- ette University and lost lU to 9. ,re yi pf' ,- if V n uw" , . it eil- e 'ffw t t -, . 91 ' Qt 0 ' A " J . :infill ' . ffl, 'Fall . ,,.- Wlmge- Hn ,t-5:51. t' 4 :XX Z TTN Q K' .:.:.asn:' ' 'G , 'Mia ,.,-tint t I . if ' l ' N- -Q ' fill' ' l " g y' I ,f flli f T '-it u. 'n r 219 ,,,. ' I Smith tczkes one on fir in the ' "Busher" st circle to the 1 f e t. Washing ton States clown cog h -- c ,"Buck" Bailey ' ,goes serious long enough in the next picture to dump some stctle wgter on the turf. Below is Bill Sayles, Qce pitcher, in cr p pose. Wind-u J I. V' ,f X , ,f5f'12?:53 1 't to mt Y mm ' V .. f 5 , ,M , ,Q 5 -ft Tiifz, , Us gf,- 4-wb-K'-'J w A 4 f-- 7, ..- vu-' D-I G-rdf" W9 H W lr M., ,, ,wir"Hg,,."..,gg,,.,..H - ,, vw G'?"zL-'f -:fra-.vw T'-7 V ' if , f kv- -! ' ll Wf- U- - 4, 4, ,iq T-J 4. - .,' r jh-...go X . , V K., 3-,., N- ,Q-A ., K 5,9 .Lx V. 5-1 - - semi Y ' Lv' Q- ,, me 'U ww O, A e 5 L. -. - . -"1 ff . -Tri?1'if X'-Q 5 ' V is . '. Q and Coach Hobson watches Iohn Lewis' form on the mound, above, left, the choice of bats by another player to the right. The pitcher lets it qo, below, left, Bill Courtney connects, barely qettinq to first base. Iohn Lejyls, Y Iohn Thomas b ' ' " . 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Below is the finish of the mile relay G0 gl S go S in the Oregon-Oregon State meet which ended ' in a tie Injuries spoiled what might have been a very successful var- sity track season this spring. Three of Bill Haywards main spark plugs were not able to compete to the full extent of their ability because of injuries. George Varoff nursed a pulled muscle all season, "Squeak" Lloyd sprained his ankle While broad jumping in the Washington meet, and Elmer Koskella, who had thrown the javelin over 200 feet early in the spring, nursed a had arm. In the Oregon-Oregon State relays, the Webfoots came from behind to tie the meet by Winning first places in the last two events, the distance medley and the mile relay. ln dual meet competition, Washington beat Oregon 88 to 46, and Washington State took Oregon 90 to 41. But the Ducks de- feated their traditional rivals, the Beavers, 69 to 62, and this meet was won in the last event, the mile relay. Varofl made a new northwest record in the pole vault, by clearing the bar at l4 feet. In the Northwest conference meet in Seattle, Oregon placed third. Varoff, Foskett, and Hol- land won first places in the pole vault, shot put, and the discus. Out of the five man team that went to Los' Angeles to the Pacific Coast conference meet, Holland won first place with a toss of l55 feet 7 1-8 inches in the discus, Crawford Lyle, up and coming distance man, placed third in the two mile and Bill Foskett placed fourth in the shot put with a heave of 48 feet 32 inches. 1 George Vorroff the Northwest s champion pole vcrulter hO1StS h1mse1f over the mark with his A 31 bamboo pole fwfqffmff Bomchgrd ace flue Ginaefz pad: 'A 3fi'2-' ir :rf ffm MCG Q, -l 'fi'-, --Y'-3.547131 'J xt' Qughey' . V A - .1 : V- ,-ug? X wife' Q - : ' 223 VCII'0ff 7231 1 . 'fb is I1 uf I 5, . . 1 3 ,.,,-SU-., -Q Two track notables are shown above, Sam McGauqhey, team captain, and Coach Bill Hayward. The scene was snapped during the Oregon-Oregon State college relays. In the circle to the right "Squeak" Lloyd barely qets over the bar in the hiqh jump event, To the riqht are the runners in the 440 at the State meet. Oreqon's Schultz and Schriver are in first and third places, respectively. Below, left, is the start of the Oregon-OSC relays, To the riqht are Squeak Lloyd, Chick Hardisty, Gib Schultz, Eldon F ix and Sam McGauqhey, fraternity brothers and fellow tracksters' besides. ,- tl , X 5 -9E4"'5- 1- .. ' ' TQQIEQ :M ' s fungi ..-4. -un --":,Y'5s..-. 15,5 , , . .... L . - X x..,.- - J , 'L- ? 51 - ,7,.. , ,,,, n .xo , 4-':' - -L Lunub, 41 ' isbn-- l- 1, ',n..f"" L W .5 A, .- 71 E3 ' 3 "',' f, rg " --,If QQ: W" Aqgxyb "miie -I ...cd Vx ' A' D f 1- . Big' ' fam: , 50- - I. . .I i FV-AY 9 i M -P m ,f, A-hs? 'I M, 32572 i ,- ' Q ii Mx' ' es ' 7-1 9 M- - x EM if Sf" ., , gf 3 f 1 I H ff," 4 1' ' Y 5 ' S ' 'wmv f- ' ls. ,Ng Q' . !'J5"'c 154- HX, z" .mln 9 J V4 l K5' x. 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W 4 'S' Z' -t Oregon's proud Ducks, for many seasons Winging over all Waters of compe- tition in the Northwest and even in California, were finally forced to tread this season, ending in third place. ln the Northwest meet, held at Corvallis March 26, the Beaver hosts churned the home pool for 57 points, a four point margin over Washington. Oregon trailed third with 44 and Idaho and Washington State scored lU and 8 points, respec- tively. ln season meets, Oregon outswam Idaho, Washington State, and British Col- umbia. Washington eked a triumph and two meets Were lost to Oregon State College. Mike Hayman, coach, and a flotilla of his water ducks. f I ennis, ek 6 v w w 'o i uf - , .5 X5 4 A :iw uL'1u'4 'I gr X .mn ' I 11 - x '71 W2-ug, 1, Is Q wg l X rf:-. 5 ,g ' - 2? - -:,lw:!.V' rnfifj. z f?Jl'4 law - Y -mf- f , w W L w in .3 MJ 1. 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I Q: a gg O09 OS X 69500290 O g5993QQx,1oQQ,sgOKoc5z QOyw5O,,Q,5QQ9QQQ,OfbOQNo59e426X 'x?0xQoOoQ93So44b6Q4:5w0CzeSQPq5Soe-Wxeo QCQQS f?Po5'rxo41'9ooQY5Q0Q' 990 Q00 oo, GQ 0 ' Q 0 O0 Q New xfyx Q0 65,0 013' 'S QSW 0 OC' N00 Q0 kgqoeoeo oofvewo A5530 O we oo?OQfQ Goxb oofikco Sgxsovfv XgqOQQQQQfQQNE,NS'6 ecaoeoQfOQ0O: 0454 O00 xSxc,QXO5NoQev1CQ49'Qf'wOi55O QQOQQQQQQTQQOQOQ 3 CQ0Qz,OQ4bwgXoQwQONWSO1 xQ,1QeNo4i01Qx6xQ?0T5QNXO'55,4SXcP x Ssgfaw f????5'?359O54zQOXWx 0595 ?,oGSx966o5N93lfQ2N0,39oQ 9052054 VQQQSQ 00600050 vm 0,Q,y9ca40o5Gi90 6950- Qxo Kb ' x SG .GX Q25 Q30 XQOQKO, 234 o 6 67' Q? i ' ' 1 'pg 1 t - 2 'tg f Q1 A ski 5 T A f ., l K S- The 1938 Freshman basketball squad, left to right: lim Rathburn, Bob Taylor, Steve Fowler, Harold Fox, Ed Leonard. Danny Read, Warren Shisler, Archie Marshilc, Pete lqoe, Harrison Berqtholdt, Chet Allen, George Andrews, Harold Holman, Wendell Kaufman, Evert Mc- 1' Neeley, Coach Warren. To the riqht are .gf Yziflr ,Ski ff X6 Q Coach Warren, left, Earl Sandness, Toi- va Piippo, Archie Marshik and Harold -' , l-lotman. J lllll , gel U , , . ,. . it i ii: 11:51 . .5 12' ,ru ..., ,i WW. W NE? W, , ,,11gg1:g- 7-lzeifz S ization: Q "It's the best team l've coached in years", was Coach Warre-n's post-season statement concerninq the prowess of his Frosh basketball men. The Ducklinqs took all but one of their pre-season encounters, and all tour games played with the Ore- Uafzsiftl qlifzsf thing gon State college Books. The scores of the State series favored the Frosh bY the following margins, 51 to 31, 46 to 41, 55 to 40, and 55 to 35. Twenty Frosh won their numerals during the season. 1 K i The Frosh 1:-aseballers split their tour game series with Oreqon State's Books. ln the first qame Oreqon's lohn Linde earned a 7 to 1 slide over the College team, but later in a double-billed aiiair the Hooks measured the Frosh 9 to 8 and 9 to 6. ln the final meeting, with Paul Thunemann in the box, the Frosh out- classed the "down river" team, 12 to 5. A portion of the team is shown in the pic- ture above: Left to right: Iohn Linde, Matt Pavalunas, Wimpy Quinn, Iohn Dick, Gale Smith, , Maury Kelly. Honest Iohn Warren, fresh- man athletic coach. 45522-T' YW .".,5,., I ' LN 'nga-PFNLQ' X V 'v v - "1 1-f C 4 uv-ep .A IM lr 'ii JF - gm, EE 6 1 5 EEZ-.:IEfE if! 4 is 1 .gf if. 52 i we if f F 1 kt? Y ' A 'HS The freshman track squad, spring term, 1937. 7-Lzexfu qfzabuafe Qnfo 111LGLIwG7Z.a,S Glasses , Ek 3? 11' ' J, rx 's 'rf --W .,-.' Frosh trcrcksters Buck and Cor bett are racing around the ring - . '-"" '-1 to the left. 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Phi Delta Theta's intramural champions, acclaimed at the close of last spring term. Front row, left to right: Dean Vincent, Hugh Irwin, Bill Scharpf, George Nlackin, Paul Jackson, Flomey de Pittarol, Clayton Pearson, Bob Mitchell, John Blanchard. SECOND ROW: AI Crosbie, Bud Elliott, Hartle Kneeland, Hal Nlor an, Geor e Schw i r K Sh' I H T b ll T d H I . THIRD ROW: y g g ege , en ip ey, arry ar e , e o mes Rod Lewman, Dick Phillippi, Wilbur Wittliff, Carl Jantzen, Pete Nlitchell, Joe Sallee, Doug David, Bob Elliott. lui Dells in 1-feafzfs Qnlfzamufzal Gfzown Final standings at the end of spring term, 1937, found Phi Delta Th intramural opponents. The teams and the number of points scored are: 1. Phi Delta Theta ,,.... 2. Bela Theta Pi .,.......,,,, 3. Alpha Tau Omega 4 . Yeomen ...............,..... Final Standings ..,....l,008 997 992 837 5. Sigma Alpha Epsilon .,..,. ....... 7 80 6. Sigma Phi Epsilon 7. Kappa Sigma ,.......... 8. Theta Chi .....,,......... 9. Sigma Chi .........,....... 10. Phi Gamma Delta ...,. ll. Gamma Hall ............. 12. Delta Tau Delta ......... 13. Phi Kappa Psi ........ 14. Chi Psi .......,........ 748 714 687 635 577 576 560 505 499 Omega Hall .............. Phi Sigma Kappa ...... Sigma Hall ............... Pi Kappa Alpha ........ Zeta Hall ................ Delta Upsilon ........., Sigma Alpha Mu ....... Sigma Nu .................. Alpha Hall ............. Canarcl 1-lall ............ Oregon Freemen ...... Abba Dabba .............. Men's Cooperative ..... eta leading all 479 476 476 471 449 445 363 361 325 261 240 213 60 lflfl l- Jl -. 1 tis l 5 Z-N kt . ef-if 1- l. 1' . 7. 1 ' l Left, FlJl'S champion golfers, fall term, left to right: Smith, Sullivan, Davis, Findtner. Below, left, ATO's winning golf team, spring term, 1937, left to right: Eldridge, Anderson, Mortimer, Wes- ton. Below, right, PHI DELTA THETA'S win- ning tennis squad, both spring and fall: Shipley, Phillippi, de Pittard, Blanchard, Corbett. Bot- tom of page, left, SIGMA PHI EP5lLON's "A" volleyball champs, left to right: Sinclair, Long, Krietz, P. Jackson, Morris, G. Jackson, Reber. Lower right, THETA CHl's softball champions, left to right: D. Harbert, Fry, Jarvis, H. Clark, Mann, Percy, F. Loback, Lowry, Cooley, V. Han- scam. li l V ,f f 5 l fan., - 7 -L 7? UQ-QA' 'P F fin 1. n.i' . -. Q 1 QI X .nhl- 35- .3 f 4 1 ...QQ as. f-S , , f i Qi i 1 . ,.,,,ilQ'-I gag, reiiii .,i. we -2 .un-,' :K ,i-V. W. i-,.,.,. f, wi. , ,1.,,,.i, ,wh ., - 3 W-1 ,Q :iii islvi lii'HiQPii i , ii Hiii"Q :2,5i AED! i i w If l 3? Q6 .v .i.u'g2,315-iii gs , Q 5 , 5 .4--' jig 'bs ii- sg an Z 5 H in T ,gy 5 E- W 1 s, 'if' ' ,la 13- TOP ROW BETA track champs Wentworth Kestly, Wmtermute Werschkul YEOMEN cross country squad Parkes, Bryant B SECOND ROW: ATO "A' basketball wmners Fort, Dunn, Scott, Wilkinson, Karstens ATO B' basketball champs Anderson, Wyman, Karstens THIRD ROW ATO wrestlmg Chllds, Rosseau, Danielson, Flsher Thomas, Pearcy, Palmer "B" volleyball Danielson Stafford Anderson Wxlklnson, Eldridge LEFT: PHI DELT handball champs Robert I de Puttard Paul Jackson A ffowz: -I J . . - , 4 5 O J ' . +e s -, E o ,, 'Y i ' Ti -fi A . -Q , -4 I. W 1 Homecoming H6h5orarieAs, Clfuwbs S. and CHA. W6iTien."5 AthleEicsi Law, jMecl-icin.e Dfanaceisf Ccmq e rtg ' ramaf Sp.eecl1,- Aft-- Cbmgm-encement, 1937 Al'ulm n i, Moms, 'Dads SEud:enifs':"at Play f 1Y1 mf- 4-'ig Q -if 5' -4 -fu ...-E.. ,Z , -,1 , ,gn , eh. ,,,., ng 1511 V ,. W Q: 1 ,f W xlfgg? " : , 'aaigf v f, . 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Split between the pages is a shot at the "Seymour Seige", one oi the more exciting battles which rolled over Eugene on Monday at the riot. c 244 Q "Ei, 9-wr. ga lz fo flue Univefzsifxl Bill Dalton, above, chairman of Homecoming. Mem- bers of the committee seen in the group picture are, front row, left to right: Dalton, lean Palmer. Back row: Richard Pierce, Bill Vermillion, Hal Haener, Iearmetie Charman and Warren Waldorf. The frosh "can" the Beaver while building the bonfire, lower left. To the right they can be seen in actual construc- tion work. Arnelita Galli-Curci, be- low, renowned sonqster of yesterday, arrived on the campus in time for Homecorninq activities. -lf? if-6 Sigma Alpha Epsilon and Susan Camp- bell hall, above, paired to make the most noise in the Homecoming parade Friday night. Flames of the bonfire are in their prime in the center circle. To the right is Roland Davis, president of the Portland almuni association who gave a pep talk at the "fireside". lean Rawson's face, atop ihe truck, char- acterizes the opinion Oreqon students had lor the Beaver bunch. A cow was in the vehicle but is out of sight. Paul Cushing, yellster, pleads with the rooters to show more of what is seen in the lower picture, even though Oreqon State Whipped the Webfoots. mr. Pledges of Friars, senior men's service honorary, walked about at the Home- coming dance Friday night While Paul Whiieman's music went to Waste. Left to right: Douglas Milne, Zollie Volchok, Don Iohnson, Freed Bales, Vernon Moore, Bill Pease. To the right is the lazz Kina himself. Leaning on him is Coed Caroline Hand. The other two qals are from the down-state campus. M .., .f- - lk 5 . 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' U", 1 Y f"3aQf'5i'ff.. 12-,jj " 1" m , A . m HM .- ,QC , m i 4, mi Y :'. uw, W 1 ' ' L ,, HM., N my , ,N 1 ' "'n:"wf" f X'-'-R f7'1"l1..: Z .IV limi 11. it Nr U H ul? W -. wr F' UMM, -' wi! he v A f' wlxmg, .3 .Ms ff . ,j uf .V xx .-'F .div L 0 iv 1" 4 -'Y . I I b 1 'ae M l' . 'F A 9 'qw ., W w w , , , 'f ' Q? 'Vwff , , 4 k,,, e H 1 w 381 jeg 1 , -5, "'--Vw, , ,. wesf enhance fo flue new lilnaft ng, A? 1, .f .v "uv . Aagqur.. 'I lm x Q w w ABOVE-TOP ROW: Benson, Fort, Frager, Haener. SECOND ROW: Johnson, Jones, Norville, " Miller. THIRD ROW: Milne, Osborne, Overback, Skinner. FOURTH ROW:Swanson,Tr-aux, Vernstrom, Volchok. P PP Si H arry H odes To promote understanding or problems con- nected with the three business administrative fields, banking, commerce, and accounting, is the purpose of Alpha Kappa Psi, commerce hon- orary consisting of 26 members chosen from up- per-division business administrative students. Luncheon meetings are held throughout the year with prominent business men as principal speakers .explaining current business topics. These gatherings are handled by Harry Hodes, president: assisted by Frank Drew, vice-presi-. dent: and secretary-treasurer, Harold Strawn. Delia igma Promoting professional spirit among students and gaining experience from the Emerald are the purposes of Alpha Delta Sigma, national ad- vertising honorary for men. Zollie Volchok is. president and Noel Benson acts as vice-president with Harold Haener as secretary-treasurer. Professor W. F. G. Thach- er, faculty adviser to the group, is being groomed for national president of the- organization. National elec- tions will be held during the latter part of spring term. Zollie Volchok BELOW-TOP ROW: Anthony, Blackaby, Brener, Chambers, Drew, Enders. SECOND ROW: Fendall, Filsinger, Fry, Gates, Gillanders, Hickens. T H I R D ROW: Hodes, Mack, Charles Mil- ler, Lester Miller, Milne, Per- lich. FOURTH ROW: Reeves, Rotenberg, Seibert, Shevach, Smith, Spivak. FIFTH ROW: Strawn, Thomason, Tyson, Webb. U Qsizlepiabs The surprised student finding bones trimmed with ribbons tied to his lapel suddenly during lunior Weekend finds himself a member of Ask- lepiads, local pre-medical honorary, founded on the campus in 1929. To provide students with an incentive, Askle- piads encourages interest in medicine by en- couraging scholarship and presenting scientific subjects to pre-medical student. Prominent mem- bers of medical and scientific professions are presented speakers at reg- ular meetings throughout Thomas Fuser- the year. Thomas I. Fuson is pres ident of the organization Robert Epler, vice-presi dent: and Heroaki Mina toya, s e c retar y-treasurer. Dr. R. R. Huestis is faculty adviser. BELOW-TOP ROW: Battleson, Carmichael, Cole. SECOND ROW: Gillanders, Medlar, Nel- son. THIRD ROW: Pickens, Rice, Tyson. ABOVE-TOP ROW: Breuer. SECOND ROW: Bogdanovich, Canfield, Hall. THIRD ROW: Epler, Fulton, F'uson. FOURTH ROW: McGowan,Nlir1atoya,Stev- enson, Torrence. gefa K enne th Gill anders Beta Alpha Psi, national accounting fraternity, was chartered in February, 1919. Its purpose is to further the study of accounting, to encourage better scholarship, and to bind more closely to- gether all those interested in the vocation. Oregon's Beta chapter was admitted into the national honorary in May, 1921, and since that time has been active in furthering the profession. An interesting series of meetings were held during the year under the leadership of Kenneth D. Gillanders, president: lack L. Medlar, vice- presidentg and Kenneth W. Cole, secretary-treas- urer. gefcz gamma gigma Beta Gamma Sigma is primarily an honor roll of the top ten per cent of the graduates from forty-two of the best collegiate schools of busi- ness in America. lt interests itself in encouraging higher education for business, in fostering hon- esty and integrity in business, and in developing Jesse H' Bond ness men toward gradu- ates of collegiate schools ABOVE-TOP ROW: Breuer, Chambers. SECOND ROW: Fendall, Frazee, Gillanders THIRD ROW: Graff, Hanson Palmer. FOURTH ROW Runte, Shinn, Smith, Tyson. ammcz QL . inttt Jthttton Sponsoring the Gamma Alpha Chi Fashion Dance this spring term, coeds from campus liv- ing organizations formed the program for the evening, by modeling "Chumley" clothes furn- ished by Charles F. Berg's store, Portland. Under the leadership of Frances Iohnston, this Women's professional fraternity seeks to pro- mote and maintain interest in advertising among all Women. lane Lagassee is vice-president of the group: Lois Strong, secretary-treasurerg and Caroline Hand, reporter. Professor W. F. G. Thacher of the journalism school, is faculty ad- viser to the group. Mrs. Spencer Collins is chap- ter alumnae adviser. of business. Officers for 1937-38 Were: president, Iesse H. Bondp vice-president, Kenneth Gillandersp secretary-treas urer, Ruth May Chilcote. BELOW-TOP ROW: Baker, Bates, Burnett, Bossinger, Duffy. SECOND ROW: Emery, Hender- son, Johnston, Kelley. THIRD ROW: Lagasee, Schaupp, Scott. FOURTH ROW: Strong, Theo- bald. FIFTH ROW: Wright. friendliness among busi- fziczfzs To be tapped by the black band which winds solemnly about the green campus one day lun- ior Weekend-or to be quietly tapped by the same band winding around a formal dance floor fall term-is quite the highest honor senior activ- ity men can achieve. Activities of Friars consist of improving organ- ization and spirit in University groups. These outstanding members of the senior class take an active part in all campus affairs. All activities of the or- ganization are clothed in darkest secrecy. Although the presidents name is un- known, the student body president always leads the pledge procession. Barnard Hall BELOW--TOP ROW: Bales, Buchanan, Carlson, Coate, Dick- inson, Dykeman. SECOND ROW: Earley, Emerson, Gavin, Kingsley, Kurtz, Lowry. THIRD ROW: Littleton, McCarter, Mur- dock, Phipps, Robbins. FOURTH ROW:Sanders,Sherrard,Spring- er. FIFTH ROW: Totman, Udiok, Urfer. SIXTH ROW: Vandeneynde, Werschkul. ABOVE-TOP ROW: Amato, Bates. SECOND ROW: Benson, Erwin,Fort. THIRD ROW: Hall, Johnson, Lewis, Mattingly. FOURTH ROW: Milne, Moore, Pease, Shevach. FIFTH ROW: Silver, Sleeter, Thomas, Vern- strom, Volchok. filrfzafzians The House Librarian's group was organized to create and further interest in good books in the vari- ous carnpus living organi- zations. Each house librarian, an elective posi- tion in each fraternity and sorority, is responsible for his house library, keeping it supplied with books which members will read and enjoy. For the benefit of the browsing room in the new library, the house librarians gave an in- formal campus dance last spring and this fall term the group sold stickers, the proceeds of both going towards furnishing the room. Betty Lou Kurtz is president of the organiza- tion: lack Gavin, vice-president: LaVern Little- ton, secretaryf and Bob Emerson, publicity man- ager. Miss Ethel R. Sawyer is the adviser. Betty Lou Kurtz ui G- Kam aimz ABOVE-TOP ROW: Bellows, Boyrie, Clowes, Callwell, Good- hue, Hoxie, Keller. S ECO N D ROW: Lewis, Magoon, Marnie, Nylen, Pell, Alice Saunders, Cecil Saunders. aber time O Order ot the O, Oregon's athletic fraternity, consists of lettermen in intercollegiate sports, of those who have won awards in the major sports and of the senior managers in the same sports, toot- ball, basketball, baseball, and track. Those men who have distinguished themselves in swim- ming, tennis, golf, and cross-country are also eli- gible for membership in the organization. The members strive to maintain Oregon's ath- letics on a high plane ot activity and to foster a spirit ot sportsmanship in those participating athletes. Vernon Moore is vice-president of the group: Don Kennedy, secretary: Henry Nilsen, treasur- ery and Iohn Yerby, sergeant-at-arms. Dr. R. R. Huestis is faculty adviser. Tony Amato With Frank Hitchcock as president, this group ot stu- dents trom the Hawaiian Islands is rapidly becoming prominent on the Oregon campus. Their purpose is to further interests of Oregonians in the Islands, and ot the Islanders in the University. Through the Hawaiian Tourist Bureau, Oregon Alum- ni and friends, as well as lsland high school students are contacted and informed of the organization and its p1l1'pOSGS. Frank Hitchcock Hui-O-Kamoaina meets socially twice a month. Beautiful Hawaiian serenades are heard at regular in- tervals by University students. This spring term, the lslanders entertained personal guests at a "l..uan" iteastl. A quartette from the group entertains at various living organization dances during the year. BELOW-TOP ROW: R. Amato, T. Amato, Anet, Berry, Breaid, Coleman. SECOND ROW: dePittard, Estes, Gale, Giovanini, Goodfellow, Hardy. THlRD ROW: Jewel, Johansen, Kennedy, Lacy, Lasselle, Levy, FOURTH ROW: Lewis, Mullen, Moore, Nicholson, Nilsen, Robertson. FIFTH ROW: Silver, G. Smith, J. Smith, Varoff, Wintermute, Yerby. i 254 LOCZVWCZ Nineteen freshmen coeds are chosen each spring term at the Mortar Board ball to become pledges of Kwama, sophomore service honorary for women. These coeds are chosen on a basis of scholarship, demo- cracy, and cooperation in school service. This year Kwama took charge of the Christmas Seal Sale, contacting each house, taking donations for the prevention of tuberculosis, thus surpassing the per- centages attained in any past yearly sales. With their purpose being to serve the University, Kwarna's act as advisers for new girls during freshman Week, helpinq them at registration, and directing them about the campus. Under the advisorship of Marionbeth Wolfenden, officers of this active group for the year 1937-38 have been: Patricia Brug- man, president, Betty Lou Swart, vice-presi- dent: and Ioliene Woodruff, secretary- treasurer. Patricia Brugman ABOVE-TOP ROW: Brugman, Dean, Failing, Fredericksen, Hafner, Kurtz, Macchi. SECOND ROW: Murphey, Needham, Robbins Sanford, Swart, Taylor, Van Dellen. THIRD ROW: Warren, Weber, Wiley, Woodruff, Wright. tr Plz Epszlm Mu Phi Epsilon, national upperclass women's musical honorary, now listed in Baird's Manual of Greek letter organizations, has for the year 1937-38 been under the leadership ot Brandon Young, president: Edythe Farr, vice-president: Mary Fields, secretaryg Ellen Dixon, treasurer: and Ruthalbert Wolfenden, editor. Bertha Marron King, national president of Mu Phi Epsilon, visited the University chapter in the tall and conducted the yearly initiation. Brandon Young en recently are: Mollie Bob Small, Edythe Farr, Char- lotte Plummer, Madge Con'- away, Frances Douglass, Dorothy Gore, Marionbeth Wolfenden, a n d Dorothy Louise Johnson. BELOW-TOP ROW: Battleson, Brandt, Brown, Buchanan. SEC- OND ROW: Emery, Igoe, Mc- Corkle. THIRD ROW: Smith, Thomsen, Turner. FOURTH Asovs-Top now: Barron, R0W'Y"u"9' Dixon, Farr. SECOND ROW: Holmback, Johnson, Small. THIRD ROW: M. Wolfenden, R. Wolfenden, Young. Wlotfczfz carb Recognizing and stimu- lating leadership as well as a high standard of scholarship is the pur- pose of Mortar Board, senior women's national service honorary. A scholarship plaque is an annual award made to the three freshmen Women highest in scholarship with Anne Fredericksen, Loraine Gjording, and Marian Hultenberg receiving the honor this tall term. Mrs. Lois Edbrooke Davis, national section director of Mortar Board, visited the University chapter Winter term. She was entertained by Miss Ianet Smith and Miss Frances Brockman were initiated as honorary members oi Mortar Board during the year. Elizabeth Turner Eightnew members chos- D i gala Pi chapter of Phi Beta, installed at the Univer- sity of Oregon on Ianuary 4, l929, a national professional fraternity of music and drama, is organized to give interested women students the opportunity for the development of musical and dramatic ability. F our Phi Beta musical tuition scholarships were granted this year: Dorothy Louise Iohnson, violinist: Barbara Ward, vocalist: Barbara Bar- nell Tripp, pianist: and Charlotte Cherry, cellist. Officers for Phi Beta for 1937-l938 have been Ther- esa Kelly, president: Iean Bamsden, vice-president: Evelyn Erickson, secretary: and Ianet Felt, reporter. Ad- visors to the group are mus- ic, Mrs. R. D. Horny drama, Mrs. Edna Brockman, and alumna adviser, Mrs. Frank Carll. Theresa Kelly Below are the Senior Six of Phi Beta Kappa. TOP ROW: Bales, Brown, Drury. SECOND ROW: Frazee, Mattingly. THIRD ROW: Smith. ABOVE-TOP ROW: Aasen, Beistel. SECOND ROW: Bellows, Brown. THIRD ROW: Brugman, Cherry, Coggins. FOURTH ROW: Daugherty, Denslow, Dillon, Douglas, Eastham. FIFTH ROW: Emery, Erickson, Eschebeck, Farr, Farrell. SIXTH ROW: Hays, Hixon, Holt, Hutchinson, Johnson, Kelly. SEVENTH ROW: Kolstad, Leighton, Lewis, Malloy, J. Mills, W. Mills, O'Don- nell. EIGHTH ROW: Riley, Sheppard, Skirving, Titus, Ward, Winston, Wulzen. phi gefa I apfra Phi Beta Kappa, founded in 1776, at the College ot William and Mary, is the oldest Greek Letter society in the United States. Membership qualifications in- clude sound moral character and high scholastic rat- ing. The Oregon charter of Phi Beta Kappa was found- ed in 1923. A national magazine, Phi Beta Kappa Key, is published by the organization. Six students at the beginning of their senior year, fall term, are elected into membership, being the high- est honor they can attain while attending the Univer- sity. An indefinite number are elected again the fol- lowing spring term, depending on their class stand- ing which must be at the top. Books valued up to S25 are awarded each spring term on a basis of personality, scholarship and prom- ise, to a student completing lower division work that term. Last spring term's award went to Beulah Chap- man. ABOVE-TOP ROW: Bates, Brown. SECOND ROW: David- son, DiGiorgio, Ketchum THIRD ROW: Mitchell, Palmer, Real. FOURTH ROW: Runte, Sandgathe, Steinmetz, Strong. Phi Delta z Phi Delta Phi, rnen's law honorary, founded at the University of Michigan School of Law in 1869, is international in scope, furthering a better un- derstanding of problems and achievements in all departments of the law profession. lt seeks to bring to its members something of that culture and depth which is too often left out of considera- tion in the modern professional fields. Presenting speakers from the professional field before the law school student body during the year is the main activity of Phi Delta Phi. Magister for the 1937-38 term has been Ed Wheelock: Charles H. McGirr, Exchequerg Frank Nash, Clerk, and Historian, Andy Newhouse. Faculty advisers are Orlando lohn Hollis and Carleton D. Spencer. Li Ghz Theta To foster high ideals for Women in business careers and to encourage fraternity and cooper- ation among Women preparing for such careers is the aim of Phi Chi Theta, national business honorary for women. A fall term highlight was a banquet featuring Irwin S. Adams of the lantzen Knitting Mills of Portland, to which students and faculty were in- vited. Officers for the year were: Vivian Runte, president, Cherie Brown, vice-president: Peggy Real, secretary: Ruth Ketchum, treasurer: Lois Strong, chaplain, and Dorothea Davidson, his- torian. Professor Daniel R. Gage and Miss Ruth May Chilcote are facul- ty advisers to the group. Vivian Runte BELOW-TOP ROW: Amato, Hofman, Kaapke, McGirr. SECOND ROW: Mclnturff, Neuner, Randsep. THIRD ROW: Rooney, Schramm. F0 U RTH ROW: Wheelock. 'E pid Theta Upsilon Sponsoring the Philomelete hobby groups is the main activity of Phi Theta Upsilon, local jun- ior women's service honorary. These groups consist of art, music, recreation, charm, prose, poetry, travel, and drama. Leaders are chosen from Phi Theta and regular meetings are held at various sorority houses. During tall term rush week, members enter- tained girls not pledging houses with a buffet dinner. Also, the same term, members gave a campus dance in conjunc- tion with the Yeomen. Elisabeth Stetson has been president for the past year, assisted by: Maude Edmunds, secretary: and Dorothy Magnuson, treas- urer. Elisabeth Stetson BELOW-TOP ROW: Amato Benson, Breaid, Enders. SEC- DND ROW: Fendall, Goodfellow Kroschel. THIRD ROW: Lew, Miller, Milne. FOURTH ROW: Moore, Sallee. ABOVE-TOP ROW: Anderson, Bailey, Bowman, Carman. SEC- OND ROW: Chapman, Drake, Edmunds, Goldsmith, Haig. THIRD ROW: Horner, Hunt, Langford, McAIear, Magnuson. FOURTH ROW: Mushen, Nor- vell, Peebler, Philp, Reavis. FIFTH ROW: Regan, Sarazin Sorenson, Staples, Stetson. Qcalilm Lew C214 gld 8 "Esprit de corps" among college cadets is me purpose of Scabbard and Blade, national men's military honorary, while efficiency in military tactics is its requisite for members chosen every spring term. Interest in advanced military train- ing is promoted through lectures by faculty mem- bers. Five medals will be awarded to the five out- standing freshmen in R. O. T. C. spring term. Captain of Scabbard and Blade during the past school year has been lack Lew: First Lieu- tenant, Robert Goodfellowg Second Lieutenant, Douglas Milne: and First Sergeant, Charles Mil- ler. Faculty advisers of the group are Major W. A. Wappenstein and Major A. L. Morris. Skull an .992 Skull and Dagger, men's sophomore ser- vice honorary, gives freshmen a goal to work for in the field of campus activities. Having attained this goal, the active mem- bers become a Working part of the machin- ery of student body activities during their sophomore year. Freshmen are pledged at the annual Frosh Glee, spring term, on the basis of activities, class service, and for General character. During the year, members usher at AS- UO concerts, football and basketball games: assist with campus open house held each year: Work with ASUO in con- junction with current problems and func- tionsy help in greeting campus visitors and showing them about the campus. Lloyd Hoffman has been the outstanding leader of the Skull and Daqqer group through the year, assisted by Phil Lowry, vice-president, Clayton Ellis, secretary: Gilbert Schnitzer, and Sergeant-at-arms, John Dick. Dean Karl W. Onihank is faculty adviser to the group. Lloyd Hoffman ABOVE-TOP ROW: Aronson, Benson, Dent, Dick, Eaton, Ellis, Hoffman. SECOND ROW: Hutchinson, Iseli, Lowry, Sears, Seder strom, Schnitzer, Skinner. TOP ROW: Bikman, Connelly, Cummings, Ellis, Harbert, Henderson. SECOND ROW: Hobson, Kirtley, Lee, Mattingly, Pease, Penland. THIRD ROW: Pollock, Seaman, Tupling, Waldorf, Webber. E Palmer Hoyt, alumnus of Oregon's Sigma .Delta Chi chapter, a national officer of the fraternity. gigma Della A double silver anniversary lor Dean Eric W. Allen and the Oregon chapter of Sigma Delta Chi, was celebrated at the twentieth state Press Conference, held in lohn Straub Memorial hall lanuary 22. Dean Allen started journalism in- struction in the University in 1912, and the Oregon chapter was or- ganized the next year. Members of Sigma Delta Chi presented Dean Allen with a gold Watch and chain and a Sigma Delta Chi pin. Sigma Delta Chi, national pro- fessional honorary ior men interested in journalism, chooses its members from upperclassmen majors in the school of jour- nalism, outstanding ior their service, scholarship and interest. Officers for the past year have been: President, Darrell Ellisg vice-president, Paul Deutschmanny secretary, Stanley Hob- seng treasurer, Huloard Kuokka, and historian, Lloyd Tupling. Bill Pease was the chapter's delegate to the national con- vention held during fall term in Topeka, Kansas. Darrel Ellis 1 A. R. Moore Tlnefa gigma i Members of Theta Sigma Phi and Sigma Delta Chi, men's journalism honorary, were host com- mittees to those attending the annual Press Con- ference held in Ianuary. Theta Sigs entertained the wives of publishers at a dessert. W Clare lgoe has been the president of Theta Sigs throughout the year l937-38. Other officers have been: Ellamae Woodworth, vice-presidenty Betty Wagner, secretary: Margaret BUY, USCIS- urerp Martha Stewart, reporter, and Beaulah Chapman, keeper of the archives. Faculty ad- viser of the group is George Turnbull. Alumnae advisers are Mrs. Eric W. Allen and Mrs. George Turnbull. Sigma z Sigma Xi was founded in 1886 at Cornell university to encourage original research in pure and applied science and to recognize high scholarship of students in science and technology. Oregon's officers for 1937-38 have been: President, Dr. A. R. Moore: vice-president, Dr. E. S. West, secre- tary, Dr. A. H. Kunzg and treasurer, Dr. A. F. Moursund. Active members connected with the University are: Dr. A. L. Alderman, Dr. L. F. Beck, Dr. Elizabeth Brad- way, Miss Louise Bradway, Mrs. I. N. Carls, Dr. A. E. Caswell, Dr. L. S. Cressman, Dr. H. R. Crossland, Dr. LeRoy Detling, Mr. C. L. Constance, Dr. O. R. Gullion, Dr. L. F. Henderson, Dr. R. R. Huestis, Dr. A. H. Kunz, Dr. F. N. Miller, Dr. A. R. Moore, Dr. M. M. Moore, Dr. A. F. Moursund, Dr. W. V. Norris, Mr. W. T. Reburn, Dr. L. F. Shinn, Mr. Frank Sipe, Dr. W. D. Smith, Dean O. F. Stafford, Mr. I. C. Stovall, Dr. A. R. Sweetser. Associate members in Eugene are: Mr. Robin A. Drews, Mrs. Marguerite Loretz Castner, Dr. Marion Hayes, Ruth Hopson, Mr. E. H. Porter, Lloyd Ruff, Mrs. Marie Slawson, and Mr. P. W. Voget. BELOW-TOP ROW: Aiken, Antrim, Battleson, Bohnenkamp, Bowman. SECOND ROW: Chapman, Finck, Galer, Gulovson, Igoe. THIRD ROW: Mattingly, Morrow, Nelson, Ray. FOURTH ROW: Stetson, Stewart, Wagner. FIFTH ROW: Woodaege, Woodworth. awgim qwecz , .M .. 'W Y ., Jr? f -2 9.191 5 , 'Q' 0 . ,Q , v r, 'uf' W 'gm E, JVL w Q? y fi Qifemifwggw, ,M sm, wxmasuau wr 71.89041 coe3s Betty Mushen, below, sec- retary of the associated Gods lic Elounb political Top Pots Under the inspiration ot President Gayle Buchanan's friendly smile, the associated Women students have just completed an activity-packed year. During spring term last year the annual A.W.S. carnival and the Dime Crawl, a second bunion derby, were held. With the beginning ot Freshman weelc this tall irosh counsellors again helped entering women learn the "who's, what's, and when's" about activities on the Oregon campus. Especially important in this year's Schedule were the iiresides and teas tor women who did not plan to pledge sororities. Two interesting events marked the Winter term's program-the annual Coed Capers, a party at which Women trolic with no tear ot masculine eyes, was held in Ianuary with a circus theme. The Alpha Omicron Pi girls walked oft with the prize with their acrobat costumes. Near the end of the term Miss Elizabeth Osborne, a national personality expert from New York, Was on the campus tor three days holding conferences with small groups ot girls and advising them on mat- ters ot dress, posture, and personality. For the first time this year the A.W,S. presented scholarships to Oregon womeng ten S20 gifts were given. Other officers of the association this year were Vivian Emery, vice-presidenty Phyllis Gardner, secre- taryp Aida Macchi, sergeant-at-arms and Rita Wright, reporter. women students. 265 dent, lett. treasurer. Vivian Emery, vice-presi Phyllis Gardner, below fzegonls mliifious Goebs Gun? lenfnl X,NX ANY H llAl ha Ornicron term carnival of the Worn ,f en students. Patrons sent Here is the Phi Sigma Kappa-Zeta a - p ' telegrams and bought nosegays. Pi booth which Won first place at the annual spring '., These coeds are Philomel- ete presidents in charge of the various hobby groups. Left to right: lean Rawson, Patsy Taylor, Lavelle Wal- strom, Mary Staton and lean Mills. 11?- G5 action in afzious activities The governing body ot the coeds' organization is the A.W.S. council in which the iollowing leaders of women's activities hold positionsg all A.W.S. officers: Brandon Young, president of Heads of Houses, Vir- ginia Regan, president of Pan Hellenic, Laura Bryant, freshman orientation: Marionbeth Wolfenden, Kwama advisory Kay Coleman, activities chairmanp Anne Fredericksen, social chairmany Harriet Sarazin, head of the speakers' committee, Vivian Runte, Orides pres- ident, Elisabeth Stetson, trosh councillors: Harriett Thomsen, Y.W.C.A. presidentp and Gretchen Smith, president of W.A.A. Two pleasant rooms on the third flood of Gerlinger hall have been furnished by the A.W.S. and are avail- able ior women's activities or for a place Where stu- dents may read, study, or visit. One room is an assem- bly room or dance floor and the other more comforta- ble with a fireplace, lamps and large, cozy upholster- ed chairs. One feature of the A.W.S. program which makes it possible for every girl to find some activity which in- terests her is the Philomelete hobby groups. There are six such groups: the charm school, travel group, art and music, recreation, drama, and prose and poetry. The members of each meet regularly to share their hobbies. Dorothy Magnuson, in cir- cle to the right, president of Philomelete These underclass Women are secretaries to the Phil- omelete groups. Left to right: Kay Dillard, Ierry Tripp, Barbara Pierce, Elizabeth Shepard, Rae Sprague, Janet Foster, Anne Waha and Nancy Cooper. it the 'lf Gontinuecl to Qzve Dfvetgzm "Here Comes the Bride" was the familiar tune which echoed from the Music Building, February 27, as the Y.W.- GA. presented its Wedding Bells pageant. Three weddings, one of colonial style, a modern one with a military theme, and a futuristic "trucking" ceremony provided the theme for the program. Outstanding "Y" activities this year included the dough- nut and yarn doll sales on Homecoming and Iunior Week- ends: the Girl Reserves' Northwest regional conference: buffet dinners held with members of the Y.M.C.A.g dessert parties held following installations of frosh and sophomore commission members: and breakfasts of the cabinet mem- bers held at the home of Mrs. Iohn Stark Evans, the excutive secretary. Virginia McCorkle was president of the group. Members of the YWCA cabinet are shown to the right: Peggy Robbins, Lau- rie Sawyer, Maude Ed- munds, Hazel Lewis, Ella- mae Woodworth, Margaret Goldsmith, Virginia Mc- Corkle, Harriet Thomsen, Mary Failing, Kay Staples, Grace Martin and Anne Fredericlcsen. ,A-all Harriett Thomsen, upp right, president of the Or gon Young Women's Chri tian Association. 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S. my 1: NE. ,155 I 1. , A ,111 .. , Q - -1 ,M V 31 .3111 11 - 1' 111,111 . 5115111 11 '1"11wfs1g '11 -'s1'1 zu?i1g11gf'f,1fL1 111 "1 ff 11 'M asf 1 1115 U11 2..ggf"11z1f11.i'd'1T511'f sw ' 1 A ' .1111 1 - 1 353111 M111 1 Gretchen Smith, dark-haired president of the Women's Athletic Association. if Coed "athletes" borrow their boy friends' lettermen sweaters to stand guard at the door outside Gerlinger hall the night of coed capers. These "cops" are, left to right: Ellamae Woodworth, Harriett Thomsen, Gladys Battleson, Gayle Buchanan, Betty Brown, Gretchen Smith. Ofzegonys affafefic maidens u n fo Pofzfs Volleyball games, sponsored by the Women's Ath- letic association, took on new color and spirit this year as mixed teams from the different campus living organizations took the floor for several evenings of exciting play-otfs. Four men and four girls comprised each team, the Kappas and Phi Delts emerged as victors. F or campus women interested in athletics and com- petitive sports, the W.A.A. presents a program which goes around the season with sports. In the sunny days of spring term the sawdust field provides shooting ranges for the feminine Robin Hoods and baseball diamonds for the lovers of the bat and ballp on crisp fall days when most eyes turn to the football gridiron, the intramural teams concentrate on volleyball and badminton, and during the winter months, basketball, swimming, and hockey dominate the scene. Winners in this year's contests were: Kappa Kappa Gamma in volleyball, the Cooperative house in bas- ketballp Alpha Phi, swimming, and Anne Frederick- 270 w To fee? 7-laem in im sen, champion of the badminton singles. The Coop house was also the winner of the all-sports plaque, awarded to the group whose members are the most outstanding in all sports. The organization, founded on the University of Oregon campus in 1913, has now over 120 voting members as well as many associate members. Participation in intramural and interclass tournaments is the require- ment for membership. ft is affiliated with the natonal iW. A. A. Athletic Federation of College Women, and the Fild Hockey association. Outstanding features of the W. A. A. spring program are a conference at which representatives of the association from numerous Wetsern col- leges and universities are entertained, and a women's sports day, when coed sport enthusiasts from Oregon State college, Reed college, and Willamette university gather for a full day of baseball, tennis, golf, track, 271 Master Dance's outstanding activity of the year is a dance recital presented during spring term. The theme of last year's recital centered about a three- part costume dance called "Evolution of the ldea." Other solo and group numbers were also presented. Mrs. Faye Knox, faculty advisor, was in charge. Master Dancers have also given demonstrations at the Girl Reserves' and W.A.A. conferences this year. Tryout for new members are held each term. The candidates are required to present an original dance swimming and archery. Officers of the W. A. A. for the past year were: Gretchen Smith, presi- dent, Betty Riesch, vic-president, Carolyn Dudley, secretary, Iennie Misley, treasurerg and Anne Fredericksen, sergeant-at-arms. which is judged on the basis of technique, skill, rhythm, and improvision. Members of the junior master dance group frequently become senior mem- bers at these tryouts. Claudia Sevier is secretary- treasurer, and Pirklco Paasikivi is facutly advisor. Inter-class swimming meets and contests between the different living organizations are sponsored by the Amphibians, as well as the social swims for men and women which have been held in the Gerlinger pool several times this year. Members of the WAA council: Left to right: Carolyn Dudley, lennie Misley, Louise Watson, Gretchen Smith, Ella- mae Woodworth, Anne Fredericksen, Eva Erlandson and Betty Riesch. Ellamae Woodworth, pres- ident of Master Dance honorary. Perfection in creative dancing is the aim ot the members ot Master Dance, campus honorary sponsored by W.A.A. Activities this year included the regular spring recital, and the entertain- ment of Charles Weidman, Doris Humphrey and their troupe at the Northwest Dance Symposium held here March 4 and 5. Ella- mae Woodworth was president and Pirkko Paasikivi the adviser. BettY Biesch, president ot the Amphibians. 272 This tableau in modern dance was struck by members of Master Dance under the direction ot Piirko Paasikivi, physical education instructor. These Amphibians like to swim. Front row, left to right: Lois Onthank, Lavon Oddy, Louise Pursley, Roma Theobald, Betty Biesch, Barbara Ward, lane Weston, Elizabeth Buckalew, Pat Harnley, Betty Mae Lind. 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GEORGE EARLE CHAMBERLAIN, Portland, PLA., University of Ore- gon, Phi Delta Theta, Nu Sigma gn, Ancker Hospital, St. Paul, A 11111. ROBERT A. COEN, Roseburg, B.A., University of Oregon, Phi Beta Kappa, Alpha Kappa Kappa, Touro Infirmary, New Orleans, Louisiana. HYMAN COHEN, Seattle, B.S., University of VVn., Phi Delta Epsi- lon, Cedars of Lebanon, Los An- geles. ...-v-.--rw 7--gf-v:.r:: - -l V . gif. , 1-Haag' . ii?g:-z'g?'2t-'-. .' :Slip .. - W- 1 - 1 ' ' iw 'fv-.r2'f4 '?'f -gr . ' ' ,.a'.':.. . 4 1 t'.-'ffia -Ff.E2f-ei .mf :..1 tv: 71.38 .:J..fL '. t' z?'ff:i.'.:.',:::At .::.' -11" 'v.':r-:ie-ei-, -st, .ag The circl'1itect's draw- ing of the new rneoli-h cal school library which will soon tcrlce form on Mcxrquotm hill. ARTHUR M. COMPTON, Portland, Reed College, B.A., University of Oregon, Phi Sigma Kappa, Alpha Kappa Kappa, Multnomah County Hospital, Portland. RUSSELL S. CONDON, Wenatchee, YVn., B.S., University of YVashing- ton, Theta Kappa Psi, Swedish Hospital, Seattle. ALAN MORGAN DAVIS, Portland, B.A. Pomona College, Nu Sigma Nu, Long Island College Hospital, Brooklyn, New York. CHARLES GREGORY DAY, Seat- tle, B.A., University of Oregon, Delta Sigma Phi. Scabhard and Blade, Nu Sigma Nu, King County Hospital, Seattle. ZANLY C. EDELSON, Portland, BIA., Oregon State College Phi Delta Epsilon, St. Vincent's Hos- pital, Portland. ROBERT CHESTER ERIEVE, Spo- kane, Wn., YVhitworth College, 'University of Vllashington, B.A., University of Oregon, Deaconess Hospital, Spokane, NVn. 274 Ig ' rim- 5 rw-1----f--'A-.j'j,'j -Q--..-, ..... , ..., .. ,muh g ..Z'3:'-iii-7:44--rf'f '52-4 9: . J LPI., -. ,M 1 + H, r't,x 3 , -Jia -, V21 Y uf' i if f,.1-xfZ5m'1.i'f.s-"'E5k. -l-f'fi1,"'Q1A '-f ,.q.,,p...,f"' iifi'-i ,min -"f: i A - "- D' ' " .. 'Z-QV 11 ' "T m E . y l- - , 7 -I -A-M - . ,.,. - ea- 1 v-'-t-x1"'..L.L,,-., ' rf. U " " ' :?'Ef'i'?.11"'.-'f' I -i 5'1ee L,5r.. ,. +. 12-' -"'- 1f5"T"" r' r ' sl fi ' H - .5 5 -l M ,- "J, - fi- '.VfE'l! . H'. f 4x:v ' . 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I V 'T ' -ek . 1 X ,, -i:i"ff.'.f..."i Y ,.'p:p..:,:'Q5. 1 -- ws.. .--:f:--:.f.- ' ",5-,.,- JAMES CHARLES K EN N EDY 1'Iultn0m'th b.A. University t' 21Qg4in21"-'lifvig '-'riu'..54',q-f:,,534 Oregon Beta Theta Pi Nu Sigma vi' " ' .5 57 ' , T-f'5m"" . u Phi Beta K'ipp'1 Multnomah 1 ff: - 1,,"' ' County Hospital Portland. 7,3 .. . GORDON CHAM BERS l.ANG.s- WILLIAM A. MEISSNER, Oregon City, B.A., University of Oregon, Alpha Tau Omega, Alpha Delta Sigma, Nu Sigma Nu, Multnomah County Hospital, Portland. GEORGE H. MERRYMAN, Klamath Falls, B.A., University of Oregon, Kappa Delta, Nu Sigma Nu, Union Memorial Hospital, Baltimore, Maryland. ROBERT O. LUEHRS, Portland, B,S. Oregon State College, Eman- uel Hospital, Portland. FRANCIS GORDON McCARTNEY, Astoria, University of Wasliing- ton, B.S., University of Oregon, Beta Theta Pi, Nu Sigma Nu, Charity Hospital of Louisiana, New Orleans, La. VIRGIL CHESTER LARSON, Port- lalnd, B.A., University of Oregon, Pi Kappa Alpha, Nu Sigma Nu, Multnomah County Hospital, Portland. SAM LIPPMAN, Seatne, Ph.C., B. S., University of TVashington, Pi Mu Chi, Phi Delta Epsilon, King County Hospital, Seattle. 275 DORF Vancouver NVI1. ...i. University of Oregon Stanford University lheta Kappa Psi, Al'1- meda County Hospital Oakland California. WILLIAM FREDERICK KAISER JR., Portland Pomona College Stanford University B.S. Un'- versity of Oregon Nu Sigma Nu iXi'll'l1Gd'l. County Hospital Oak- land California. REINHOLD KANZLER Portland, Oregon State College, B.S., M.S. University of Oregon. Delta Upsi- Ion, Alpha Omega Alpha, Sigma Xi, State of VVisconsin General Hospital, Madison, WVisconsin. STURE A. M. JOHNSON, Portland, B.A., University of Oregon, Nu Sigma Nu. Multnomah County Hospital, Portland. FREDERICK R. JUDY, Spokane, lYn., A.B., Vlfhitman College, Theta Kappa Psi, St. Lukes' Hos- pital, Spokane, YVn. ORA MAE JENNINGS JANET CATHRYN JOHNSON, lvasco, University of Oregon, Chi Omega, Good Samaritan Hospital, R.N. Degree, B.S. Degree from Department of Nurse Ecluc-ation, University of Oregon. DOROTHY HOLMES DORTHIE MAE HOPPER Seattle Unix e1s1t5 of W aslnngton Kappa Delta Alpha Epsilon Iota VVISCOIISIH Geneial Hospital Mad ison Wxseoiisin JANE HIBBARD ANNA HIEBERT, Portland Steil ing Lollege VV1llmmette Univei sity Gmdu-ite Nurse KR N 7 Cer tificate ot Public. Health Nursing Degree A JAMES FILLMORE, Rmlifitld Utah BS Utah State College Sigma Chl Latter Day Saints Hospital Silt Lake City VERNON M GRIFFIN Devils Lake North Dakota BA Unix ersity of North Dakota Phi Delta Theta, Thetft IXHDDI PS1 Anclter Hospi tal St Paul Minn Z SAMUEL JOHN MINKOVE, Seat- tle, Ph.C., B.S., University of Washington, Phi Delta Epsilon, Providence Hospital, Seattle. HELEN M. MOORE, Portland, Cer- tificate of Public Health Nursing, B.S.'. Multnomah County Hospital il'ra5ning School for Nurses, Port- an . DUNCAN NEILSON, Grants Pass, JLB., Pacific University, Theta kappa Psi, Alpha Omega Alpha, Multnomah County Hospital, Portland. RONALD P. NEILSON, Grants Pass, A.B., Pacific University, Theta Kappa Psi, Multnomah County Hospital, Portland. BYRON A. NlCHOL, Portland, RA., Reed College, Good Samaritan Hospital, Portland. ROY FRANK NOLAND, Portland, B. S., University of Oregon, Kap- pa Alpha Phi, U. S. Public Health Service, San Francisco. BORDEN ADAM POLSON, Port- land, B. A., University of Oregon, Nu Sigma Nu Multnomah County Hospital, Portland. RUTH POWERS, Portland, Gradu- ate of Department of Nursing Ed- ucation of University of Oregon as Registered Nurse, Oregon State College, Eligible for Certificate of Public Health Nursing. DONALD C. PRENTISS, Corvallis, B. S., Oregon State College, Delta Upsilon, Phi Kappa Phi, Phi Sig- ma, Alpha Omega Alpha, Good Samaritan Hospital, Portland. RALPH PUGMIRE, Ogden. Utah, University of Utah, B. S., Univer- sity of Oregon, Si ma Chi, Nu Sig- ma Nu, Multnomah County Hos- pital, Portland. JOHN R. SEELEY, Coquille, B. S., Linfield College, Theta Kappa Psi, Fresno County Hospital, Fresno, Calif. JOHN MAYO TALBOT, Portland, B. A., University of Oregon, Phi Kappa Psi, Nu Sigma Nu, Phi Sigma, Asklepiad, U, S. Marine Hospital, New Orleans, La. ARTHUR WILLIAM SULLIVAN, Portland, University of Portland, B. A., University of Oregon, Nu Sigma Nu, Ancker Hospital, St. Paul, Minn. HOLLISTER McGUlRE STOLTE, Portland, BZ A., Reed College, Good Samaritan Hospital, Port- land. 1- , -.. . -' J -:M'Ice:2i?is.-H. sv , - x.,,,.3:..,Q:,.,.rv1 V, J., V ' PL X ua-If . k . Law students went "IuIu" ci few hours during their cmnuoil fun weekend loist spring. Here's porrt of their pctrcide. GOVNOR TEATS, Tacoma, VVn., B, S., College of Puget Sound, Sigma Zeta Epsilon, Theta Kappa Psi, Pierce County Hospital, Ta- coma, JOHN EDMUND TUHY, Portland, B.A., University of Oregon, Nu Sigma Nu, Alpha Omega Alpha, Kings County Hospital, Brooklyn, New York. SlLVlO VUKOV, Seattle, Pl1.C., B. S., University of NVashington. Rho Chi, Croatian Fraternal Union, Pi Mu Chi, King County Hospital, Seattle. ROBERT ALLISON WELCH, Salt Lake City, Utah, B.A., Univer- sity of Utah, Phi Chi, Dr. W. H. Groves Latter Day Saints Hospi- tal, Salt Lake City. JAMES MEACHAM W H ITELY, Portland, B.S., University of Ore- gon, Alpha Tau Omega, Nu Sigma Nu, Multnomah County Hospital, Portland. . WALTER JAMES WOOD, Amity, Ph.B., Yale University, San Bern- ardino County, San Bernardino, California. 276 - w 1,49 - V ASON LEE, Law, Baker, Phi Gam- ma Delta. HARLES McGlRR, Law, Portland, Delta Upsilon, Phi Delta Phi. EVA HERNS, Law, Portland. RCEL KING, Law, Portland, Beta Theta Pi, Pi Alpha Delta. ATHAN COHEN, Law, Portland, Sigma Alpha Mu. ERBERT GALTON, Law, Port- land. 277 ETTA MAE WELLS, Independence, Certificate of Public Health Nurs- ing Graduate of Salem General Hospital School of Nursing, Salem. GRACE M. PRATT, Portland, Certi- ficate of Public Health Nursing, Graduate of the Methodist Episco- pal Hospital School of Nursing, Philadelphia, Pa. ERMA MADSEN RAWSON, Salt Lake City, Utah, Certificate of Public Health Nursing, Dr. W. H. Groves L.D.S. Hospital School of Nursing, Salt Lake City. AILEEN EBY MORELAND, Port- land, Certiicate of Public Health Nursing, Good Samaritan Hospi- tal School of Nursing, Portland. MARJORIE M. KELTING, Certifi- cate of Public Health Nursing, Graduate Registered Nurse of Los Angeles County General Hospital School of Nursing, Los Angeles. EMMA C. CANNON, Certificate of Public Health Nursing, Graduate of Latter Day Saints Hospital School of Nursing, Salt Lake City. EVA L. DONAHUE, Vale, Certifi- cate of Public Health Nursing, Graduate Nurse, University of Oregon. MYRTLE HILDIN SKOOGE, Port- land, BZS., Certificate of Nursing Administration, Department of Nursing Training of University of Oregon, University of Washing- ton. LENA BESENDORFER, Salt Lake City, Utah, Certificate of Public Health Nursing, General Hospital School of Nursing, Salt Lake. ROBERT F. BROWN. Tacoma, VVn., B.A. University ot' Oregon, Phi Beta Kappa, Pi Mu Epsilon, Phi Sigma, Asklepiad, Theta Kappa Psi Multnomah County Hospital Portland. RALPH A. FOSTER, Yakima, Wn., A.B., Willainette University, Theta Kappa Psi, The Swedish Hospital, Seattle. EUGENE HENRY WYBORNEY, Delrio, Wn., B.S., Wasliington State College, Alpha Kappa Kap- pa, San Diego County General Hospital, San Diego. WILLIAM HERMAN ZAVIN, Port- land, B.A., Reed College, Phi Delta Epsilon, Alpha Omega Al- pha, Multnomah County Hospital, Portland. Delta Phi. Phi. Kappa Alpha, Phi Delta Phi. l WILLIAM MCINTURFF, Law, Marshfield, Delta Upsilon, Phi SIDNEY MILLIGAN, Law, Eugene, Phi Delta Theta, Pi Alpha Delta, ANDY NEWHOUSE, Law, Broad- bent, Theta Chi, Phi Delta Phi. GEQRGE NEUNER, Law, Eugene, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Phi Delta ED RAUDSEP, Law, Portland, Pi KENNETH- SCHRAMM, Law, Mil- waukie, Sigma Chi, Phi Delta Phi. DAVID SILVEN, Law, Portland, Delta Upsllon. JOHN THOMAS, Law, Portland, Alpha Tau Omega, PiA1pl1a Delta.. ROBERT WELCH, Law, Lakeview, HARRISON WINSTON, Law, Rose- burg, Delta Tau Delta. NORMAN WINSLOW, Law, Salem. ssistant Dean? Gafzeefz Gioseb Dr. Harold B. Myers, assistant dean of the medical school until his death last spring, was praised in the l397 Annual Meeting and Directory of the medical school alumni association in an article by Dr. George Burget, head ot the physiology department. Quoted in part: "As professor ot pharmacology he soon Won the respect and admiration ot his students. But his duties did not cease here for he was soon given important committee appointments Where no end of time was consumed ..... For twenty years now Dr. Myers has faithfully fulfilled the functions of this office. It is probably safe to say that he has perused the en- trance transcripts oi every University of Oregon med- ical student in this period and thousands of transcripts ot those who were not granted admission. This alone evidences a record of devotion to the institution, its Welfare and its educational standards that is out- standing. Z na J 1' I V n wig' SX W , w 'U - ., wi + AE 'fig sv. Yf 'L' , Wig? " Qu xl luzn ,Q . : . i wr ' +4 ig. 3, X r , I 1, , EG Q E, 5 W g i ' N 2 , , M Af, V? , ,,, x 1,2 W, in paul -whifeman enfefk Y 'I ' Z1 fain I K ,, 3... K I "' 5. rj' ' ,ug 4 u. v, ,W 4 . J- :. . V,-J?-Hwf:'1" 1 'S M, w A Q A AM N K. W Q W 2 F' M K ' :zz J, '11 X Qi' X . -2 F li , ..',E',i?s f Q' X 4 dpxiy f, ,.,, 4, X F:-llgfl' Mortar Board's misses, com- plete with boy friends, left to right: Margilee Morse, Paulen Kaseberg, Mildred Black- burne, Fred Huston, Virginia Endicott, Clair Johnson, Elaine Comish, Harold Strawn. The boy friend got the breaks for once amid adorn- the coed hostess. Committee: Virginia Endicott, Mild ments of large Mortar Board hats in one of last spring red Blackburne, Margilee Morse, Helen Bartr-um term's most colorful dances. It was a busy night for Elaine Comish, and Martha McCall. ' 99 3 'ffl l ' With a double-decked band stand and ostentatious Skull and Dagger at intermission. Directorate: Dick colored murals of the Southland, the campus turned Litfin, chairman, Gilbert Schnitzer, Harry Milne, Dean social at the ever-popular Frosh Glee on April 23. Lytell, Cathryn Collins, Harold DeCicco, Myra Hulser Fortunate freshmen were "pinned" to membership in Don Kirkpatrick, and George Heilig. Verdi Sederstrom is given the pledge ribbon of Skull and Dagger to Wear above his Sig- ma Chi pin at the Frosh Glee. 280 'ETL Beneath a rainbow canopied ceiling, Queen Betty of lunior Weekend reigned for the evening's festivities over the "Romantic Serenade" on May 8. Ben Pollack and his orchestra from the smart Trocadero ot Los Angeles supplied the musical knowledge. Committee: Dr. Beck of the psychology department makes the most of his "patron" invitations to dances. And why not? Frank Drew, chairman, Al Carter, Cherie Brown, Vir- ginia Moore, Betty Pownall, Howard Overback, Fred Heidel, Glenn Pahl, Evelyn King, Dick Sleeter, Larry Crane, Oscar Williams, Gladys Battleson, and Zollie Volchok. eifz Refrefzfoifze 06 feps in wingfime A public appearance of the "Heart's Desire", with best dance. Committee: Mel Shevach, chairman, Betty sweet swing by Harry Lewis set off by a glittering, lane Casey, Frances Iohnston, Abe Weiner, Stan Hob- animated background, formed the theme ofthe sophis- son, Fred Heidel, Isabelle Miller, Virginia Moore, Lar- ticated Senior Ball on February 12. Probably the year's ry Crane, Sam Kroschel. Sam Fort, right, captivated with this large valentine A which flipped like a Venitian 5 blind behind the orchestra. ' ' tv l f 'J I , 5 281 i v vi-fi Students danced, marveled, and admired the King of Iazz, Paul Whiteman in person, presented artisti- cally in McArthur Court, and extended a welcome gucci: Rands as paul Ioe College officiated over the battle of the bands. Two orchestras in opposite ends of the court supplied the blare for this Sophomore Informal novelty Decem- ber 4. When one played, dancers stood out. Com- Activities Manager George Root grips the palm of Iazz King Paul Whiteman be- fore the dance. I back to all old grads October 22. Committee: Dick Pierce, chairman, Sam Kroschel, Betty Ptiesch, Doris Drager, Fred Heidel, Kessler Cannon, and Ken Ely. wkifemanls azzmen mittee: Phil Lowry, Chuck Skinner, co-chairmen, Bud Aronson, Catherine Murdock, Russ lseli, Bob Herzog, Rita Wright, Carter Fetsch, Waldo Caufield, and KCYY Taylor. Members of the committee for the Sophomore Informal talk it over on the cam- pus, left to right: B u d A r o n s o n , Catherine Mur- dock, Catherine Taylor, and Bob Herzog. 283 The Whiskerino Whiz included such novelties as the "Fuzzy-Q" and "Bi Mir Bis Du Chin", contributing the Blue-Beard effect to this barber's paradise on lan- uary 28. Binford's offering was close-shaven music- A "slant" at the whiskers in the orchestra's tront row. There were whiskers on ev- erybody's faces that night! smooth. Committee: Iohn Dick, Lloyd Hoffman, co- chairmen, Paul Rowe, George Heilig, Rita Wright, Aida Macchi, Phyllis Bolter, Bob l-lochuli, Boy Vern- strom, Bob Pollock. afzfzea am us iflz Wlobetn melodies K.K.K. rode again with Alpha Delta Sigma ad men the walls lanuary l4. Committee: Doug Milne, chair- being the hosts. Billboards ranging from Shell's Little man, Walt Vernstrom, Bill Lubersky, Dale Mallicoat, Suzy to the cigarette's captivating Cleopatras covered and Bob Wilhelm. Free Coca-Cola was given away at the Krazy Kopy Krawl. Doug Milne was dance chairman. How the boys danced the "big apple" at the Limp! Tony Amato, president of the Order of the O, was in charge ofthe dance. Flaunting their bulging biceps in the face of admin- Lettermen Limps! Committee: Vernon Moore, Tony istrative disapproval the one year letterrnen burles- Amato, Ioe Huston, Dale Lasselle, Arleigh Bentley, qued the burlesque on Ianuary 22. Result: No more Don Kennedy, Milo Lacy. Bt th B' QW! Rua fl 7 Beneath a covering ot blue, the Wine colored drapes, Mahoney was knighted as Little Colonel by Governor spotted with flags and military crests, circumscribed Martin, guest ot honor February 5. Committee: lack the militant and formal clad tunsters. With Earl Scott Lew, chairman, Iack Enders, Vernon Moore, and Bob and his band as the commanding unit, Miss Mary lane Goodtellow. Governor Charles Martin and the Little Colonel. lack Lew, president ot Scabbard' and Blade, was chairmanf Qi. www, .1 deg Sa. -TE: X:-51, l . ' iiilff' iii w f 1 ,AJ I-f Q? 1' 4 . Y-.-,.-.w ' ,Q Y' Q . f .fm xi N-L . W., filwe 'x '. F. . 2. ,Q 'il' V Z' f ffsswu 1575355 i www kvgfi. .,-.3 . A , , '1-33 , - HW- : K - L,' 'Q l ,H-Z z' 12511 . 1' -5 4 .. E VN e I I , 2 5 was L ' ' 'in S, 1 i 1 E I L A jf ,-. -40' iii , , . ae- K Wfilim . mmfskfg, , ,f 1 455, , 3. wyff5f11'.?s .2 ,L 4 i'f?v-Q ' gif? , 'I M ' , ..,,L.. :ffm-N ., 2-:g"'!::31:zw 22,15SY5:ffff?7.-fiflitag' f ' 'Sf hfgfff - L 33? 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W 1 A 51' -W' 3 t i Juniors In military front row left to right Donald Tower Ray Logan Donald Boyd James F Smith Paul A Sanders Arthur Murphy Courtney Lasselle William Foster Allen Murphy SEC OND ROW Bull Cummings Luther Selbert Donald Yeager Lloyd Van Dusen Tom Wiper Frederick Flndtner' Wilfred Stevens Bruce Currie Charles Hnllway THIRD ROW Galen Robbins Leonard Robertson Jack Wagstaff Donald Anderson Harry Weston Philip Lynch Don Smith Leo Young LeRoy Swango Stanley Warren Colonel E. V. D. Murphy who retires from service this year. gfudenfs in goldiefzclom ind gplendofz Colonel E. V. D. Murphy's last year at the University of Oregon climaxes his seventeen years in the execu- tive department of the American Army. His service includes work on the general staff at Washington in the war department from l927 to 1931. Prior to coming to the University in 1934, he was commanding officer of the 27th infantry, stationed at Schofield barracks, Honolulu, Hawaii. He will be replaced by Colonel M. Lyon, who comes from the 19th infantry. Other changes will be the addition of Major Henry L. Bar- rett. Last year saw three of the graduated advanced mili- tary students go into the regular army, and Willis Paddock received a permanent commission after one year of work as second lieutenant at Vancouver bar- racks. The high point of this year will be reached in the military department when Oregon and Oregon State vie for the new Governor Martin trophy. This competi- tion will be in May and will find unit pitted against unit in all of the various drill maneuvers. Another of Oregon's regular customers for honors is its nationally famed rifle team. This team is selected during fall term with all the freshmen taking a rifle marksmanship test. From this full number 25 survive the winter and make up the team. This year's team finds two seniors, Bill Gieseke and lack Lew, being the co-captains and each having a four year record behind them. Ioe Sallee, also a graduating senior, has two years of service behind him, while other outstand- ing performances were turned in by Stanley Warren, freshman: Donald Boyd, and Harold Wayne. Four of these men, Gieseke, Lew, Warren, and Boyd, were members ot last year's national five man team, being tops over all ROTC units in the United States. The junior class also gained distinction at camp last summer by attaining the highest average of any school in the country with the 30 caliber rifle. This year in the postal matches 12 wins and 5 losses are on the records against the best teams in the country, and already the ninth corps area championship is theirs. The remaining unit of ROTC is the University band which is led by Iohn Stehn. Filling engagements as pep band and concert group has kept them very active and prominent throughout the year's activities. 286 made an uf cz am us Seniors in military, front row, left to right: Charles Shimomur-a', Vernon Moore, Dale Lasselle, Jack Enders, Reed Fendall, Joe Sallee, Jack Lew, Lester Miller. SECOND ROW: Carrol Gates, Charles Miller, Kenneth Kirtley, Gordon McGowan, Gordon Palmer, Wallace Wilson, Ralph Amato. THIRD ROW: Ralph Olsen, Robert Dean, Jack Stafford, Robert Goodfellow, Gerald T. Smith, William Gieseke, George Clowes, Douglas Milne. Icrck Enders, right, student commander. Chosen for outstanding frosh students in military, these monkey-suited lads were honored at field day by the Little Colonel and her aides. Left to right: Dorothy Rinehart, Lorraine Barker, Bill Rosson, Harold Frazee, Irwin Zeller, Dwight Near, Ben Clabaugh, Carlene Scott,Jean Stevenson. 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This scene is from the University Theatre's "Pyqmalion". Left to right: Ottilie Turnbull Seybolt, Mary Staton, Adrian Martin, Gerald T. Smith, Ethan Newman. This family qroup, below, ap- peared in Eugene O'Neill's "Ah Wilderness". Left to right: Tom- my Tuqman, lris Pranzen, Eddie Hearn, lack Lewis, Ron Schwartz, Eleanor Pitts, lanet Felt, Ethan Newman. In the circle to the left is Gayle Buchanan who was foremost this year among student actresses Gerald T. Smith, left, will be remembered for his convincing portral in "Roadside", 298 n fzs. QZLILIOIFS gfudenf gfudio 06 D ama Student interest continued to increase during the past season with the showing of ever popular plays such as The Shining Hour, Ethan Frome, Pygmalion. Roadside. and Ah Wilderness. Those responsible for the brunt of the directing were Mrs. Seybolt and Mr. Robinson, and their assistant Mr. Walden Boyle. The Shining Hour. written by Keith Winter, was directed by Mrs. Seybolt with Gerald Smith, Pat Neal, and Eleanor Pitts taking the leads. The story-a dom- The dramatic scene to the right is from Edith Wharton's drama of New England, "Ethan Frome". The characters are Walden Boyle, left and Pat Neal. estic drama-was set in an English country house, and dealt with the love of two women for one man. Ethan Frome. from the famous novel by Edith Whar- ton, is centered also around the plot of two women and one man-eWally Boyle, Pat Neal, and Margie Tucker had the prominent parts. The theme is that of a modern tragedy of a sensitive imaginative man in an ice-bound New England environment. Mr. Robin- son was the director and also contributed beautifully designed settings of both exterior and interior views. Pygmalion. by George Bernard Shaw, was the next of the season's hits. Under the direction of Mrs. Seybolt, Gerry Smith and Helen Roberts turned in superb performances. This play was based by Shaw on an ancient Greek story-a story of a Phoenician who took this lady out of the gutter and made a great woman out of her. Roadside. by Lynn Riggs, finds a shiftless old vaga- bond character and his father with their actions all taking place at the side of the road. lt is an earthy robustuous comedy with Texas, who is the main char- acter, carrying on in sort of a colorful exaggerated vein. And winding up their successful year was the pre- sentation of the domestic comedy of the early l900's, Ah Wilderness. directed by Mrs. Seybolt. lt is really a story of adolescent youth during its first fling. lack Lewis, playing the boy, and Boy Schwartz, the father, carry the load of the show. Hilarious comedy was furnished by Ethan Newman taking the part of the drunken uncle. Ianet Felt was the maiden aunt, Elea- nor Pitts the mother, Gayle Buchanan the boy's sweet- heart, and Iris Franzen the younger sister. Ui l 4.-l Camped by this country thoroughfare are the following who "Shining Hour" found in its cast: Pat Neal, Eleanor Pitts, Ernes had parts in "Roadside": Gayle Buchanan, Gerald T. Smith, Savage, George Bikman, Gerald T. Smith, Margie Tucker. Th Walden Boyle, lack Lewis, Eddie Hearn, Iohn Kirigan, Tom sets, as usual, were by Mr. Robinson who also directs severai Robertson and Roy Schwartz. shows each year. The campus speech department where future sil- very-tongued senators and radio announcers receive their training, engages in three major activities during the year-symposium Work, radio programs, and the W. F. Iewett contests. The radio work, in which 30 to 40 students have participated, is divided into two parts-dramatics, un- der the direction of Paul Kiepe, and forum discussions ln the circle to the left is Ottilie Turnbull Seybolt, head of the drama division. Horace Robinson, left, assis- tant director and designer and master builder of stage sets. fefz a ew Teams in eeclz Glasses and program building under the direction of D. E. Hargis. The W. F. Iewett contests, in which over S300 is awarded in prizes each year, is made possible by a gift from Mrs. Mary Iewett in honor of her husband, the late W. F. Iewett. Contests are held, chiefly for underclassmen, in every phase of speech Work: ex- ternpore, public discussion, radio, and poetry reading. 300 Professor Casteel, extreme right, is directing several members in the art of speech. Standing are: Robert Young, left, and George Mackin. Seated, left to right are: George Hall, Dean Ellis, Charles Devereaux. ese onli ea 'zcm am, goal? gox These students are members of Professor Hargis' radio speech class. Left to right: Bruce Nidever, Don Thomas, Betty lane Quigley, Robert Fulton, Freeman Patton, Dolph lanes. 7-Le Q f gclwoi Q ' p . 1 9604 O14 C2 ne le S GW Beneath t ura spotted walls students sit and chat, exhibiting the free spirit typical of the University art school. Striking frescos, pale design motifs, forrnful sculpture, and ceramic pieces adorn the halls, while bright oil compositions fill the studios, and masterfully-designed architectural struc- tures cover the drafting roorn. Other scholars may scoff at the Parisian attitude of the art school students which is so essential to creative endeavor. Neverthe- less, it is prevalent here, and results are shown on that higher, unbiased plane which is beyond the scope of just earthly practicalityg the justification comes in the surpassin f g o the stereotyped ordinary thing and he vine-covered and rn l A student .painter in Oregon's school of art striving for a greater means of expression after con- quering the ' common field Oregon's school of architecture is still ranked as of the best in the Westp the painting school is the proud possessor of some of the most sought after and leading painters on the coastg and equally the rest of the school measures up, placing the school on a respective high level. As a result, Oregon is again chosen for the Carnegie grant which offers training of the best to a select group of teachers in summer ses- sion. Heading this successful place is Dean Lawrence, a man of practibility yet very progressive, and under his guidance a bright future is insured. leanne Sherrard, left, is caught put- t. . . . ing finishing strokes on a t ' s uaent project. The bulk of undergraduate sculptoring is done from nat' ive stone quarried at Brownsville, a few miles from the carnpus. Q f 'S 5 5,a+:,f, M f - up ' yu- ,F E H If A 32? 5543 . E ll SEEK Qmm Q QF 'SWQM 1 I 1 WH 'J 52113319 If B 2551221 QV' "1" 4' lx mm ,- MQ.. liliuiakiwmilhillll 4595: Gif' -wr,! K 'taxi' 73 Y' ' " ' 11835 5 5' .l - 10.4, 1 kl"' 4 - U r n 5 S '..1Mu: . USUN ln! Emi EEE! KM l ll T51 null H VL H i l-Ham I iliil Q111 K : mul Rimini 51111 Na X x x, in uv Q ul Qian W Xian xuuwuv ning 2 mme l BEER lvlgfidwsa 5533? Margilee Morse, left and Elaine Comish, about to step out of the University. Floral offerings in hand, these Coeds march around the Pioneer Mother statue on the women's quad in the annual procession of flowers and ferns. 'Hue gomitefz a eantfztl of Commencement Two hundred and fifty black-robed seniors filed solemnly into McArthur Court last May 30 and 31 for the baccalaureate and commencement exercises which marked the end of four busy and hC1DDY Years at the University oi Oregon. Dr. I. Hudson Ballard, pastor of the First Presbyterian church in Portland, spoke on "lnterpretation" at the Sunday servicesy and Clyde Aitchison, an Oregon alumnus and member of the interstate commerce commission, was the com- mencement speaker. His topic was "Statescraft and Scholarship". The commencement weekend began with the sen- ior picnic Friday afternoon and with a benefit tea in the library for the Pauline Potter Homer collection of browsing room books. Oregon alumni, 500 of them, began to arrive Friday night for their two days of class reunions and meetings. Classes of l887, '97, '07, '12, '17, '27, and '37 were represented by Iudge E. O. Pot- ter, Iudge Fred Fisk, Francis V. Galloway, Chester A. Moores, Nicholas Iaureguy, Robert C. Thurston, and Walter Eschebeck. The high points of the alumni pro- gram were the meeting Saturday morning and the luncheon with the seniors at lohn Straub Memorial building Saturday noon. 30 4 ,JN Wu J. 'Fl Q w 5 ' "sw W' 3: y M3 4 1 1 fx ,,, , r fi 49 , 1 -.-Q'.""w'-135 ' gr 75-, 213151 " " 3, 1 F: JL! , X , Here s Dr. Boyer conferring a degree on a " it it 22 ,. M N scholar. Mary Himes, right, one of the many coeds who left undergraduate school days behind. Friday evening the annual Failing and Beekman orations were given at the Music building with Walter Eschebeck ad Frances Mays winning first and second prizes. The Albert cup, awarded to the outstanding senior, was won by Delbert Bjork of Astoria, the win- ner of the Koyl cup as a junior, and captain of the Oregon varsity football team. David Lowry was elected permanent class secre- tary. Saturday evening was marked by the most beauti- ful and symbolic feature of the entire commencement weekend-'-the flower and fern procession. With arms ' fi, N -H .Q t H 'f 'ti it Q it ta tt," 1' it it tm 'it'i ' Toolz If-237,53 geniofzs Quia fifels Reality laden with summer flowers the senior women, in caps and gowns, passed through an aisle formed by the graduate women, circled the Pioneer Mother statue in the Women's quadrangle, placed their flowers in a huge "O" around the statue and then sang "As I Sit and Dream at Evening" accompanied by the Univer- sity symphony orchestra to close the ceremony. Fol- lowing the procession a twilight concert was sung by the Eugene Women's Choral group. Senior women were also entertained Saturday morning at a break- fast at the Osburn hotel sponsored by the State Asso- ciation of University Women. 306 . .. K -.:.-f,.W.-, W- K, W f WWWWWW - WJ. WWW, .,WW"- 'WWWWWWW' W .. ,, .,1 ., ,nm WW WWW WWW WW WW- QW W - WW W W. WWW ,W WW, WW WW . 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Y , These mothers served as officers last year. Mrs. A. C. Greenwood, Port- land, president of the Oregon Mother's club. 'fat 7-lzem afznafioifs e as cfm Oregon dads may have the excitement of a football game and rally, a banquet, and perhaps a concert when theyncome visiting, but the "moms" have Iunior Weekend. This highlight of the spring term's activities has always been held in connection with Mother's Day, and so each year the Oregon mothers are guests at the campus luncheon, the Iunior Prom, and the canoe fete. The purpose of the Mothers' organization which al- though an all-state group, has branches in every town of any size, is to provide a group of people inter- ested in the University who will support its interests and work to put across its proqrarn. The most active 309 work of the clubs is the raising of S300 each year with which to grant scholarships to outstanding high school students who would otherwise be unable to attend the University. This money is given to one, two, or three students, depending upon the cases. Officers of the state-wide organization are: Mrs. A. C. Greenwood, Portland, president: vice-presi- dents, Mrs. W. C. Schaefer, Eugene: Mrs. C. E. Ash, Astoria: Mrs. Minor Corman, Hood River: Mrs. Hugh Bosson, Salem, Mrs. Andrew M. Collier, Klamath Falls: Mrs. Dolph Phipps, Medford, and Mrs. Ioseph F. Riesch, Portland, treasurer: Mrs. l. Lubersky, Portland, secretary: and Karl W. Onthanlc, executive secretary. use Efaflnefzs d th University one hun- Oregon dads are behin e l on Dads' Weekend but all the dred per cent, not on y ' h each school year the year around. For nine mont s ' t te dispense thousands of letters postoffices over the s a f them, "demands" are to student fathers. ln most o sh with which to continue an made for cold-earned ca education. The "pops" dig deep, usually cheerfully. Most often they'1l even sacrifice at home to help lunior d then they come to the or Betty along at school. An - ll smiles! Under the leadership campusatDads day a ' t- I. D. Winslow, vice- of Loyal H. McCarthy, presiden , W. B. May, secretary, all from president, and Walter - Dads' organization is now in the midst Portland, the of a busy' Year. 0 auf-- cm gmife The high point of this year's program, outlined at the annual meeting December 4, has been an investi- gation of present pledging systems among the frater- ' that a "deferred pledging nities, and a suggestion " d isable as soon as conditions are plan would be a v l endorsed the extension favorable. The dads have a so ' ' ' ' the University by setting up a of KOAC facilities to ' - h e set S1000 as their remote control station, and av ' ' l'brary browsing room fund. After contribution to the 1 hters took charge of their the meeting, sons and daug campus tour in the afternoon, ' d dads-took them on a me in the evening, an to a banquet and basketball ga ert Sunday afternoon-to mark to dinner and a conc finis to Dads' Weekend. another busy and happy Q Loyal McOartl'1Y, president of the Oregon Dads. he Oregon Officers of t Dads organization. . QE? 'Fw ' V fear. 5 r.. . - - A' x V fy L" HJ . . W . 5 , , u 1' ,,-.. "1 . -1 A f.imsfff'- iff .- . fii-"'w-ll-221 fif2?3"f?ii9 Qs' -.gikiffi ' , 52511-wif" ' . iii f1gf'mf."f Q ,fu ilwwiva V . .--, . .Za ,, .1 , LE-xbayfi sf - M.. .V 1155, Q . -if + .4 A Q, - V .I this -, Ev : g,.,g5.T 1 i . V vV3Lj:jLL,V,:: i2'g.. ZQ15,, - ' ' - L ' ' '93 .-V --'?'qj',i'f':'3,,,g1If'.,T . ff, :1 ' Q1 1 V - . Q Q-A-L-r -yy-1: .. -.' 1 5, "- N -- 5' ?.1Qaeg,5i,I-,-4. -, gr V X 1 1 E if is5: :,?g" 'i" A ' " X fr " 711- W' 2 Q -1? .a...:5: -g :.: ?g:::,,55:I:.:.:l , . in . f T51 5' if 4. 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M' -1-. .iw , ww,- m vp, w M 4 5 1 time M ,, W, ui am f'Tf??,W vm, Q Lffisfns mf'- e eral Dates Marjorie Bates and Peter Mitchell were chosen Oregon's ideal student couple in a campus contest conducted by The i938 Oregana. The Oregon Coeds and men get acquainted while walk- ing on the campus most usually. After a stroll or two be- tween class he then takes her to the College Side. The boy goes home, thinks over possibilities of getting a date, inquiries about the girl from fraternity brothers. Then he calls her on the telephone, asks for and gets a date for the house dance. Most Oregon dating is done over the phone. lf the dance requires that the girl wears a long dress, the boy sends a corsage. Gardenias are the usual flowers chosen. Roses rank next. Sometimes the boy has a car. lf so he helps the miss into it, drives the few blocks to the dance. There they dance with each other almost the entire even- ing. Perhaps they trade two or three, usually with fraternity brothers of the boy. 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A -I 4, 4 -. 11, X . - Htlllll e X 31. I 4, i Eugene Hotel? 4, 4, il "Reserve Two Rooms 4 1E . For dn Qin Junior Week-en l 'l fl MOTHERS are accustomed to ,X staying at the Eugene Hotel. tl And for that matter, fathers al- 1' so make it a point to make the il Eugene their campus headquar- 1I ters. The reason is very obvious 4' for here at the Eugene is a won- tl derful coffee shop, excellent cou- 1' sine, and reasonably priced din- 4: nersg all the essentials to make 1: your party a grand success. 4+ 11 EUGENE HoTEL 'l 11 "Eugene's Finest" l G PENDLETUN . SHIRTS FUR CASTING CHAMP Tony Acceita won the W01lCl'S1Jl'l all-around bait and fly casting championship at the Port-and, Oregon tournament. Like all good outdoors men, he's :xtremey particular about his equipment. and Tony Accetta's equipment always includes Pendleton Shirts. Pendletons are made from long-libre, virgin fleece wools. '1'hey're full cut, pre-shrunk, and have rein- forced stitching and two big pockets. The super wool insulates the body-theft-'s nothinp better for outdoors comfort in warm weather and cool. The sturdy Western ' wools cwmbine comfort with unusually long .' wear. Exclusive pat- , , Q' terns. superior styling. L SSL- Q, At Finer stores, 85.50 lvl. to S10.00. Pendleton ' 1 Woolen Mills, Port- ifft land, Oregon. 1 virgin Wooljw 321 emo 14 UMC combined with the l938 OREGANA Copyright 1938 Associated Students University of Oregon Vol. 1. No. Wendell Brooks, Editor Howard Overback. Manager Hi' Cover by Dale Mallicoat if CONTRIBUTORS Bill Lamme Keith Rinehart Wen Brooks Ken Miller Bob Pollock ART WORK George Knight Harry Davidson Dale Mallicoat if c , - ,' x If 5 W .. . , AU ' V 'N 7 A ' D,5EEKS f . Ni- ouC ' Q QD 3 . t, bin ' i 2 E-siisii . 1- "THF ' s SLQ. . O , XJ! ,vyf S+i . 1.1: v K was , . 'M - C N HARMO Y of youth .... 2 ,X ,.-'fx Expressed in clothes keyed to the brisk tempo of college lite . . . styled to the coed's varied activities .... selected to please her keen sense oi style .... and priced with the many demands on her allow- ance in mind. f--f jfqvwvwfidi EUGENE'S FASHION CENTER M U 1-oioioioioioir FLO ERS Are Always Correct We Specialize In Corscrges . 3 '-' CGLLEGE FLGWER SI-IGP 829-13th E. Phone 3018 fl 1 I Y -,- k 'rj I gi. A Popular pg Place 2 Meet fly and ' i Eat NEWTON SMITH On The Owner Campus Eleven years of service to U. of O. , Fraternity 8a Sorority Houses. O UNIVERSITY Fruit Sz Produce Co. 119 E. 11th Avenue Phone 2911 101014 1010101010101 iuixog ini 11: ini FROM OTHER COLUMNS -A' Ioe College: Something seems to be wrong with this motor. His flame of the month: Don't be foolish! Wait until We get oil this main road. . . . all fullbacks 'A' VV'oman: Gracious me, child, you'Ve killed your brother! Little boy: Aw, that's all right. l've got two more. . . . bored walk 'A' Robert Gregory: Do you wear nightgowns or pajamas? Young Lady: Neither! Bob.: My name is Robert, lady, Robert Gregory. . . mad hatter ik A city and a chorus girl Are much alike 'tis trueg A city's built with out-skirts, A chorus girl is too. . . . pup if She Ccoylylz You bad boy, don't you kiss me again. He: I won't. I'm trying to find out who has the gin at this party. . . . whirlwind 'A' In Hollywood they're telling about a screen star who was al- ways eating green crab-apples and then sending for someone to "double" up for her. . . . penn state iroth 'k Toast overheard at a iraterniy banquet: "Here's to the land we love and vice versa." . . . purple parrot frl r fiflr tr. K ' ii ' 'hnnf STAIEWIUE BANKING For your convenience we di- rect your attention to localities in which Direct Branches are maintained. ALBANY ASTORIA EUGENE GRANTS PASS JUNCTION CITY KLAMATI-I FALLS LAGRANDE McMlNNVILLE IVIEDFORD MOUNT ANGEL ONTARIO OREGON CITY PENDLETON REDMOND ROSEBURG SALEM ST. HELENS THE DALLES Each unit equally serviceable -equally strong. Resources ov- er 125 Millions. 'Ebb United States National Bank PORTLAND'OREGON NIEJIIIEII Flilllfll.-ll. DEPIISI1' lA'Sl"ll.lNfli l'lIlIl'0ll'.l'I'l0N I I I I l I I Bind Your Geographics in Albrecht Covers Six Months to a Volume 'With Index Supplied 251.75 Per Volume I---e Bound To Please In DAVIS 8: HOLMAN 425 S. YV. Second Avenue Portland 7' Iulnuululnlnlnllnl 322 5 I :ivse .Y .' 'J' . P? -- -2- ,- 5 r -f--.--za . IS' wry, " ' '.. 2' -... , .-g.,.- , , . ...sl - -Q5-QL 4 '. F ' .-. - Q".-'W' .Y43?g,5,,,.,Y,," 2-Q35 jf? "..:"'f,71?'Tg?i'?ff.1Ya-ijier-" '. 'I' A' ' 6-+21-"'Z -i'--..-' , B ff' - '-"' 57.-4,,,,,-'f k -' Q- .4-I+? yin pn- - f 4 ,QL . '22, ..w sans'-rg' ' -.-nf ,,. , , .5-in 33:-'N' 1 .2 ..-.. . ri ' .wx x Y r - . N- .51 .gg-P' -i2... l , 1.1- 1-'1 'N -N Y 'Z' :9v" - 1- 31, 5 ff .9 --.,' ,..-rd! then' destiny, and na I .,.-La-W2 ' ,- . ',,-V Q. 'Q . 1" 'T 'Q 1 1 i Y the if 4' .4-gr' As the cultural center of cr qrecrt st' "infuse TY beside this sceneof action, THE Y OF OREGON must train 'cmd develop leaders ' for the stirring events to come. Phoiogrcrphy for this Oreqcma by A Kennel!-Ellis I A 1 ciwmtey . ' iw lustxle Wlt . ?'fli5l'lES Berg 4 lf Xlffwgk 'xl1ki . Q I it WHEREVER the best dressedcollegewornen gather . . . you'll find Chumley Clothes! . . . Designed with YOUth in mind, Chumley fashions include everything from the gayest dancing sandals to classic tailored tweeds! Exclusive with cnllzifffieflze AT LAST la very short short storyl She loved him with a fierce longing. He loved her with a Wild desire. She was single, but could think of no greater fulfillment than to marry him. He was single, but had no other thought in life but to rnarry her. He stood on the right-hand side of the room. She stood on the left- hand side of the room. He took off his coat and vest With one ges- ture and flung them carelessly on a nearby chair. She slipped neatly out of her red dress and pro- ceeded to hang it carefully in the closet. His shirt and necktie were promptly dispensed with and soon lay on the same chair. Her slip followed in the Wake of her dress and soon lay fastidiously on the back of a chair. His pants were soon to be hung on a hook on the back of the door. She sat on the left side of the bed and diligently peeled off shoes and stockings. He sat on the right hand side of the bed and removed his shoes and socks. He stood up and took off his shirt and undershirt. She stood up and removed the re- maining parts ot her attire. There he stood, a striking picture of masculine symmetry and power. There she stood, a poignant etch- ing of feminine grace and beauty. He put on pajamas of blue and White design. She put on her pink silk nightie. She got into bed on the left hand side. He reached up and put out the light in the middle of the room and got into bed on the right side. She turned out the reading light at the head of the bed. She faced to- Ward the right. He faced toward the left. He was in Woods hall. She was in Tutwiler dormitory. So they both turned over and Went to sleep. . . . rnad hatter 'k He: You're a nice girl. She: Yes, and l'm getting sick and tired of it. . . . mad hatter sz: .1014 141101014 Style Creators of Quality Announcements for Commencement V Correct Personal Carcls Diplomas . . . Medals Athletic Trophies A ll. H. UANKWUHTH, ING. Portland San Francisco Los Angeles -lun ulnllulnnumlmlnmmnunlulm in-oi:--n-o-1-u-n-c-- -- 1 There'ii Be Money LeEI: Over! Q, .1 SEND your laundry to the EUGENE LAUNDRY. You'll find that it is much cheaper than you expected. And the best thing- t11ere'll be money left over for that extra date you wanted and didn't think possible. EUGENE EAUNEIHY Sth Sz Charnelton Phone 123 324 11010101 mini AT THE FACULTY CLUB "Where've I seen your face before?" "Right where it is now." -J , 4' 1 '- 4519. . . I: . og l Y I' :U . I I A lj fix I A 'I - 1 I VA - f 5 e l I, 1 i .q H f Z- ' ',,. 1 f ,, ,IIILLQQ ' ' ,QlQfUlQ!El, 7 'N X if 1: .3Q'Q'Q!UlQl I fi? uQ!C1Ir1lilgJ It '1 "-n-I 4, 5 ' -3 L rs1lf'Uf'1u 4, 51 'I "I'm qoinq to divorce the most naqqinq woman in town." 11 1 "G'Wanl How can you divorce my Wife?" 'I 9 Photography for Advertisers 'Br PHOTO-ART COMMERCIAL STUDIOS Swetlcmd Building Portland Claude F. Palmer 'Y 'I 'I 1 4 l P 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I :I I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I :I I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I J xinlullnullInllllInIllIllIllIllIllIllllllllllnlllllnnllIInnlnlInnlllllulullullInlnnlnlnlnllulllllIInInnllunllInInInlunlInlllnlllnlllulnlnlillIllInlluIllluIllIllulllllllulInnlnlllllllllllllllllll EUGENE Best Cleaners 821 E. 13th Broadway Inc. 30 E. Broadway Booth Kelly 507 Willamette Claypool and Van Atta 886 E. 13th College Flower Shop S29 E. 13th College-Side 889 E. 13th Co-op 13th and Kincaid Danner's 10th and Olive De Neffe's McDonald Theatre Dr. Samuel Tyler 921 Willamette Electric Cleaners 1210 Willamette Ella C.'lVleade 14 VV. Sth Elliott's Grocery 1298 Patterson Eric M errell 825 Willamette Eugene Farmer's Creamery 568 Olive Eugene Steam Laundry 178 W. Sth Eugene Hotel Broadway and Pearl Bldg. friends 06 time Univefzsiftl Eugene Water Board City Hall HadIey's 1004 XVillamette Howard's Shoe Shop S71 E. 13th Irby Beauty Academy 992W Xvillamette Jepsen's Cash Grocery 495 Sth XV. Ka ufma n Bros. U57 Willamette Keith Fennel Univ. Pharmacy Corner 11th and Alder Kennel! Ellis 961 Willamette Krarner's Beauty Salon 1258 Kincaid Kuykendall Drug Co. 870 Willamette Lemon "0" Pharmacy S01 E. 13th Mayflower Cafe Next to lllayflower Theatre McMorran's New Apparel Shop 991 VVillamette Moss Stores lnc. 913 Xvillamette New Service Laundry 839 High Northwest Cities Gas Co. 031 Oak Oregon Hotel 537 Vifillaxnette Paul D. Green's Store for Men S37 Vvillamette Pit, The 863 13th E. Pope's 712 VVillamette Next to Mayflower Theatre Robertson's Men Wear 64 E, Broadway Ron1ane's Studio 992 YVi1lamette Scott's Siberrian Shop 774 E. 11th Shelton-Turnbull-Fuller Printers, 44 W. 10th The Johnson Furniture Co. 649 Willamette Troeh Sporting Goods 704 WVillamette Twin Oaks Builders Supply Co. 669 High University Grocery 790 E. llth University Produce Co. 119 E. 11th Avenue University Tailors 1128 Alder U. S. National Bank Sth and Willamette Wash burne's Broadway and Willamette William's Store 1015 VVil1amette Wiltshires 935 Oak PORTLAND Bushon and Co. 323 S. VV. Park Ave. A. R. Dankworth 115 S. NV. 4th Ave. Charles F. Berg Broadway and Alder Davis-Holman Binders 425 S. WV. 2nd Ave. Eastman Kodak Stores 709 S. WV. VVashington Meier and Frank 6th and Alder Multnomah Hotel 3rd and Pine North Pacific College of Oregon E. 6th and Oregon Olds, Wortman and King 10th and Morrison Pendleton Woolen Mills 2nd and Jefferson Photo Arts Studio Swetland Bldg. Portland Electrotype Co. 718 WV. Burnside St. Rolla Gray, Jr. 515 Park Ave. Sheet Music Service 618 S. VV. Park W. F. Finzer Co. 328 S. NV. Stark OLYMPIA Olympia Knitting Mills SEATTLE H. L. Whiting 221 Seeond Ave. nlnlxlunlInnlnlluInIllllulnnllulllllnllnlnllllnlllllllulnlnlnlluullnlnuulunnlulunlluuulllnllulnullllInlnlnllulllllllIllllulllnnllunnulllnllllullnlnlnnIInulnlIlnllullllllllllllllnx 'I R N OlllllllllllllllllllllIIIIIIUIIIIIIIIIIIIIJIIIIIIIIIIIIUIIIIIIIIIIIII!IIIIIIIIIIll!!!IIIIIlIIIIIKIIIIlIlllIIIll!llllIIIIIllIllIIIIIIIllllIllIlllllllIIIIllllllIllllllllllllllllozo CAKES-- PASTRIES 4, A ,' f' Home-Made Pies . 'z f f - g4,'g.T.:jj-s, 1w i 9 ff that are "Oven-Fresh", truly -.i,:.s,.E1-3 , the delight of any dessert ex- ,4 change. Everything we bake gk "" V - K f is sold the same day .... usually a few hours after it hx 1, ,Qs9s.,Wq41.gS is made. bil.. , if , H 1 . " ' 41- : .,.-:ve-:sw Om' Salads Are Also . , . ,. , 'fu-Z N -. . . rw Delicious ' 3 -.3 We Give SSH Green Stamps Ewllllillll- " 1 wills? lott s Grocery ' 13th Sz Patterson Phone 95 IlllIIlllIIlIlllllIIIIlllIIIIIllIIII!IIIIllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIllllIIIIIIIllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIllIllllllIIIIIIIIllIIIllIIIIIIIIIIlIllllllIIIIlllIIIIIIIIIIUIIIlIIIIIIlIl1IIIIllIIIlIIl0'0 North Pacific College ot Qregon Otters the Following Professional Courses: SCHOOL OF DENTISTRY: A 4-year course leading to the degree of Doctor of Dental Medicine. Two years of liberal arts credits, including English, chemistry, biology and physics are required for admission to the study of dentistry. Consult the eclucational advisor' of the institution you are attencliiig regarcliiig pre-cleiital soheclille. SCHOOL OF PHARMACY: The course of training is four years leading to the degree of Bachelor of Science in Pharmacy. Students present- ing Liberal Arts credits in chemistry, biology, physics and English may receive advanced standing. SPECIAL COURSES OF TRAINING: For Medical and Dental Assistants, Laboratory Techni- cians and Dental Hygienists. THE ANNUAL SESSIONS Begin October First. For bulletins relating to the various courses and opportunities in the different Helds, address The REGISTRAR E. 6th and Oregon Sts. Portland, Oregon 3 He Must Have Been A Freshman lack got up the morning aiter the big dance in a very cheerful mood. He sang and whistled but sud- denly at breakfast his sister noticed a sudden change. He appeared to be thinking very hard and frowned with clenched teeth. So she in- quired, "Whats the matter, Iack? Didn't you have a good time at the dance?" "Well," he answered slowly, "I was just thinking. In the rumble seat last night the girl I was with said she was cold. So I put the auto robe over her. She was still cold and I lent her my coat. She didn't say anything after that but I just happened to think . . ." . . . widow ik To Hell-en It was silent outside, Like snow falling on velvet. The quiet hush oi the night Stole between the transparent rnoonbearns, Filling my soul With strange disturbing dreams. And there sat the darn girl Eating hamburgers and onions. . . . voo doo 'lr "Did you keep the date with your girl last night in all that rain?" "Naw, I waited tor her two hours and she didn't come, so I stood her up. . . . maryland old line ir A woman's whim is ever this . . . To snare a man's reluctant kiss, And snaring it, to make him pant For things that nice girls never grant. . . . ranger 'A' A Toast I-Iere's to hCrpDY daysp any old fool can have a good time at night. . . . rammer-jarnmer 326 Q W me ,Z miami s 1 an 1 6015555315 W?M?.WYW5?,lFFM , ,iyw kv wma W " wzwwmg, www, N, H iw . , as fn, W9 ,Nw M .. Mel. x il M:L m. ,W-sf" -A " , , .sa ,uf H3 . N QQ , ?3S5p?5x Q55 SdlllllIIIllllllllIlllllIIllIllIIIIlllIIllIllIIIIlllllllllIlllllIIllllllIIIllIIIIIIIIllllIIIIllllllllllIIIlllllIlllIlllllllIIIIlIIIIllllllllllllllllllllllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIS: F E MEIER 6- FRANICS 5 Congratulates the University of Oregon - Upon its Graduating Class of l938 g To the graduates We say: "We Wish you success F u : in the fulfillment of your dreams and ambitions". 2 And, as this institution that you are now leaving, has served E you in your pursuit of knowledge .... so is "Port1and's Own - Store" ready to serve you in completely fulfilling every need : for yourselves and your homes. We invite you to make "Port- : land's Own Store" your shopping headquarters where you : will find, among many, these personal services for your con- E venience. - , . . , ,.- .sg .e -1 ' KZ 5 9 7 ,tw 5 Q3 few. .Q - Q liii h F M it 2 E 'sus I' e Wo o F E E ,ff .4 E 'L- af E 'X E 'fi fx' E C x 1,3 5 '-4 , H 4 , u ' f?3g : will ' E 254-is 5 ' '12 N . n u BEAUTY SALON-Conveniently located, tastefully decorated. Enjoy the beauty of the surroundings and personal attention you receive from skilled beauty experts.- Twelfth Floor. AMERICAN EXPRESS. Our travel service will take care of every detail of your travels . . . . all but sitting on your bags to make them close-Mezzanine Floor. XVATCI-I REPAIR. Time .... the most illu- sive object in a student's life .... is impor- tant and you can depend on the skillful work of our expert jewelers.-Mezzanine Floor. FASHION COORDINATION. College wom- en know how to dress .... but in case you want a bit of advice about the newest travel . . . . business . . . . formal or daytime clothes . . . . we can give you the latest news!-Third Floor. 5 o e :Q i' TEA RooM. The food is delicious .... the E surroundings condusive to friendly, congen- E fy if Q-l ial lunch time dates. Meet your friends in E E ,- X W the comfortable lounge .... dine with pleas- E E i f ure.-Tenth Floor. E ' : E V E g FIFTH, SIXTH, MORRISON AND ALl3ER E E PORTLAND'S OWN STORE E E F gilIIIIll!llllllllllllillllllllIIIIllllllIIIIIIIIIIIIllIllllllllllllllllllllllllIIIlllllllIIllllllllIIIlllllIllllllllllllllllllllIIIIIIIIIIIllllllllllllllllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIO? "THE FACTS OF LIFE" Csenior man reveals all in verse for froshl Listen, froshie, you see the bees Flit from flower to flower, Carrying pollen as they buzz Busily hour on hour. . . . so we have little flowers. Listen, froshie, the mama fish Lays her eggs in the brook. Pappa fish comes drifting by With more than a passing look . . . . . . so We have little fishes. Listen, froshie, let's take the frog. CYou may as well know the Worst? Propositioned by the 'he' She says, "No, l'd croack first." . . . but still We have little . . . I mean, tadpoles. Listen, froshie time's awastin' Let's consider the rabbit. ln the spring it's offspring 'S even a rabbit habit. . . . so we have rabbit pups. Listen, froshie, let's study the boy, And study the maid, the dearies. Hell, froshie, you'd better try The "Love and Marriage" series! W.h.l. if Dilemna "Goodbye, Mother, l'm leaving for State now." "Goodbye, dear. Be good. Have a nice time." "Can't you make up your mind, Mother?" . . . froth 'lr Tup: If anything should happen to me you will be all right. l've just insured my life. Happy: But what if nothing hap- pen's to you? ir You can lead a fraternity man to Water, but Why disappoint him? -mad hatter. 328 K I 'fx - - , , .zz - -2, if-. - A- iff. 1 -- - - 5-Q-' . :rj '21 -I 'ni - ,,. If .A -I -, Wx Y ei, , L ,, p ' mf-X-re.: , 'il - - - 'W ..snw:v:qa ' .- - .1 - ..,fL-t -.-:cg ,fd ---- ' .. e :Z-.-1 nw Hg-ww.:QQ-':4::!-:-w gh 2 n--,'.:....y 1- . ' E sw,-'ff' - 419.t2vz:f:91: '. i nu .,.g.4.w: 3 5 !.' 'Jawa J-ini. '- 1-1 -ts:-nga, Lg.-,t:.... - Q 'K'-JFS. ...ins 2. ' -.rg ..-1..-gms.-, N .. -:fe I S1225 THIS FUNNY BUSINESS EPtE'S HOW it all happened. You see, I never did intend to be editor of this thing in the iirst place, but first thing you know I am. lust like that. Well, I thinks, maybe tt'll be fun at that. Fun? If I'd ,. . .... .. - -'C ,i 'I -432.1 . '.-:-, :-: :.14'C!i-K5 -:f.a3.g:q .. , - :w -5:-'as -ez: Y flip ,,,. f xt' pl' only known then I wouldn't have them holding a room for me up at Salem now, would I? Some kind of an establishment they run up Qobservations made by Campus ioolosiier on women, love, and oth- er oddities oi liiel ir Easy come, easy go . . . Same with women As with dough. 'A' He made the grade with her, they say . . . Don't ask about his GPA. 'k Love that's iast and plenty hot Doesn't last when dough is shot. 329 there for editors of humor maga- zines and other people. The state runs it, I think. Kind of an exclusive joint, too. But don't worry about that. lust let them know you're edit- ing a humor magazine and they're sure to hold a room ior you. But getting back to this funny business, it's serious, let me tell you. It's not like class work. You get an assignment . . . so much copy due on such a date and you get that copy in on that date . . . no two weeks later. Well, as I says, I get the assignment. Right oii I starts looking for humorists. That is, guys that can write humor. Lord knows they're enough oi the other kind. Well, even the calls for help I put in the campus daily gem bring no results. Well, I starts thinking. Was an awful racket, let me tell you. And about this time I'm getting a little uneasy, like a guy driving a car with his gal in the back seat being chaperoned by his roomie. So I begins to worry. But that does no good. Then I gets hysterical and that does no good either. So I sit down on the curb and begin to reason the whole thing out, some- thing like this: Oh, boy! I'm going TIPSY TOODLES Men are men And don't they know it! Girls are girls And how they show it! 'A' Love is swell and love is sweet But come midnight I'd rather eat. uk She's not real pretty - Like a movie star, But I like the gal . . . She's got a car. crazy! Oh boy! I'm going crazy! Some iun, some fun! You think that's funny? Oh boy, you're crazy, too. Oh boy! And I do mean you! You get the general idea. I was slowly losing my mind . . . not so slowly at that. Then I thinks, well, there'll be one good joke in the magazine, anyway . . . on the title page. I'll put in big bold letters CONTRIBUTORS !that's a hot onell You get some idea of the condition I was in. And then they start rubbing it in over the radio, telling me black is white and white is black all the time I'm seeing red and then . . . then they start singing to me . . . yes, morning, noon and night it comes, "I'm in the Dog House Now, Bow Wow!" That was what did it. That, "I'm in the Dog House Now, Bow Wow! It was the "bow wow" that got me. First thing you know I was going "bow". Then, "bow wow" and finally, "bow wow wow . . . isn't that a wow!" Well, about that time one of my brothers picked up a floor lamp and gently wound its cast iron stem around my neck. By the way, if your'e ever up Salem way, drop in. Any time. -the editor. Slips at night pass oii all right Slips in the day give gals away. 'k Sal's got a line And acts real bold, lane just has Curves . . . Yet knocks them cold. 'A' I like You, sure I think you're swell . . . You want five bucks? Well go to . . . the dean of men's office and apply for a loan. W.b THE BRUTE Not RQUUY HE CAME skipping down the steps of the BA building won- dering just what she was going to tell jack. He'd probably be madder than all get out when she told him but . . . oh, why worry! jack caught up with her half way to the Side. "Hi, kid. You're looking good!" She smiled briefly, not daring look him in the face. She could just feel he was going to be mad and . . . might as well get it over with. "lack," she started. "Yes? Look at it rain, would you. Hope it lets up by Saturday. l'd McKenzie with like to get up the Bill but if this rain keeps up . . . I don't know." This was going "jack," she began again "I a . . . I ...thatis.. ." "What?" "l can't go to the dance with you Saturday night." "Well of all the . . . Why not?" "l took lim's pin last night." She kept her eyes on the sidewalk. Could just feel he was getting mad. He should be. "Well, that's . . . that's swell," jack managed. "l mean, congratu- lations." Nuts, what did you say to a girl under such circumstances. He tried smiling, might as well be cheerful. Betty's mouth fell open. Swell was it? He didn't care any more than that? And he was actually smiling! Why of all the . . . And lack was continuing. "lt would have been fun taking you to be difficult. but . . Oh, it would have been fun, Betty thought furiously. He had his nervel So nice of him to say that . . . the . . . " .... but . . . but well," and he was eyeing the pin on her sweater, "well, nice looking pin. See you, Betty." And he'd sauntered across the street to where a group of the fellows stood talking, trying his best to appear nonchalant. So . . . so! Betty' clenched her fist. He thought it was swell . . . wouldn't have to take HER to the dance now . . . perhaps could get someone else . . . yes, nice looking pin and all that . . . it was swell, was it! She bit her lip. lack could be so mean when he wanted to. w. b. 'k .fx ' 0 X if ', ttyl?-.2 K .WW xxx Farmer Cto daughter just returned from collegelz How much do you weigh now? Farm angel: I weighed 140 pounds undressed for gym. Farmer: And just who the hell is lim? 'lr "To The Blonde In The Third Row" Oh, the blonde in the third row, Second from the left, Has my spirits frantic And my soul bereftg Has my mind chaotic, And my being cleft, The blonde in the third row, Second from the left. To the blonde in the third row, Second from the left, I address this query, Eorthright, if not deft: Though it's not my business On this point to check, Why in the devil don't you . . . Ever wash your neck? w.h.l. 'k George: If you keep looking at me like that much longer l'm going to kiss you. "She: Ctenderlyl And are mine the only lips you have kissed? He: Yes! And they are the sweetest of them alll . . urchin 'A' Diner: I see that tips are forbid- den here. Waitress: Bless your heart, sir, so was the apple in the Garden of Eden. 'Ir The little girl was sitting demure- ly on the couch, watching her mother smoking a cigarette. Her little nose was wrinkled and in her pale blue eyes there was an ex- pression of childish disillusion- ment. Finally, unable to stand it any longer, she burst out in her quavering falsetto: "Mother, when the hell are you going to learn to inhale?" . . froth 'A' He stood on the bridge at midnight, And tickled her face with his toes: For he was only a mosquito, And he stood on the bridge of her nose. . . . log uk Blonde: My sister calls her boY friend 'Old Man River'. Maid: Because he's always at her door? Blonde: No, because he keeps creeping up higher. 'lr "Going out tonight?" "Not completely." . . . mad hatter 'Ir The Hangover "l hear Mike got in trouble at the bank." ,"How's that?" "Oh, he thought he was still in Beryl: Well, hurry up. l can't college and began taking notes." hold this expression forever. . . . punch bowl 330 PENELOPE MY GCD AND OTHERS RIENDS, MY COLLABORATOR has just dug up some hitherto undiscovered stuff written by the great Iames Ierce, long since dead to the literary world, to his wife, and to his creditors. I have taken the liberty to reproduce it here with explanatory notes inserted in the text. Ierce-like the Bible-has used italics here, omissions there, anything to bring out the absolute- ness of the absolute and the noth- ingness of nothing. I could go on and on describing the life of this great man and his literary products and by-products. He is the author of that epic, "Penelope, My God!". Words fail me. They always do. Some friends of mine the other day were saying, "And have you read Ierce's latest. My dear, it'll wow you. Why the descriptions he packs into a mere 3500 words: it's marvelous. And the 'bon mots'- oh, you must get those 'bon mots'." The other replied, "I've heard a hell of a lot about Ierce. They say he's a hell of a good author, but I have a hell of a time finding time to read." And there you have it. They're talking about Ierce all the time. Even on the street corners and under the bridges, in the cups and out of the cups, always Ierce. Per- haps it's best to give the man to you now, to let you ferret out the power of the man-the depth-the insight, the outside, the whole in- dividual. I shall give him to you piece meal as it Were, with copi- ous explanationsg for Ierce needs nothing so much as explanation. Quote: And there he sat picking his nose, rollicking raucishly pick- ing his nose. He stood up. He looked east and west. He sud- denly slithered his way to a slimy sheep shed. He remembered his mother and tried to count to ten. Suddenly: Ickle, Bickle, I'se a muggini La de ah, La de ah. He looked at the wall and won- dered what time of day it was and 33l These Author Guys Got Something . . . But . . . teditor's note: don't ask us whatl bY Keith Rinehart why Meriam had voluptuously slid into the water. He had by this time slid his finger up to the second joint into his nose. Suddenly he felt an impulse to sneeze. He did so, "Achoooeeee-plop." His fin- ger was suddenly forced from its fierce unnatural hiding place. Tears came to his eyes. He wiped them on the sleeve of his leather coat. The coldness was good. Suddenly: "One, two." I-Ie stop- ped to suck his finger. "Three, four." "Five, six." "Yeah, yeah." "Eight, nine". This is me again. I admit that this passage is almost self explan- atory-but you just wait. Obvious- ly Ierce had a shepherd in mind or possibly a Hindoo Yogi. At any rate the main character was clever with his fingers. He could count, and knew a few of the words to "l'se a Muggin'." But do we leave Ierce there? We do not. Notice that most of the words are "S" words. That gives a slithery sensa- tion. I'm ready to vote for the Hin- doo by now. What sheepherder is slithery. But then the man had on a leather sleeve. So these you are. Words fail me. Words have failed me before, but not for long. My literary efforts must go on. I will translate Ierce or bust. The next passage is not nearly so easy. My constant readers will not so easily guess its content. Quote: waspishly wasting and drearily drooping insistently slash- ing and dreamily drifting in corn- ers and lifelessly basking in griped gyrations Unquote. We may form several definite conclusions from this piece: I: lt has no subject. 2: It has no predi- cate. 3: It has no capitals. 4: It has no periods. It is difficult in View of the foregoing to translate such an offering. But the true modern reader will not be fooled by forms. I-Ie will strike at the heart of the matter. "First," he will think, "what would I be thinking of to write such stuff." He will run a list over in his mind-"Bananas, grapes, codfish, clcl shoes, the Polish corridor, etc." It is usually the et cetra that has it. Our reader has not hit upon the solution yet. Usually this is as far as he cares to go. Ierce shows great art in putting these passages towards the end of the book. Ierce was thinking of a-of a-words fail me. Such grasp. Such depth. Such power. So simple as to be understood by the ordinary imbe- cile yet so profound as to fool a professor. My colleague has decided that tContinued on Page 3385 F 5 ' . "' ' "Y g .f-Qzkf if , i-Pmffzliif-rw ' ' f f if ,xiE7'4 ,,.. 1 Give A . N 5 I F t ,fix U J 'g f' HOUSE XT! Vx f--, V Lf T QT l lx ll -' ll WARNING' Z 'swf f f W , . Eli- ..r-! l ,g ..- Q-:::: :::- ::: .-:: :.-:::::.-:::::: -:::::::: v-.-- ::::::::1 I' 1' 41 4: I I1 -I 1' , W. 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'k Breathless "Dearest . . . your eyes . . . your eyes . . . are just like . . . are just . 11 like . . . "Yes, sweetheart, tell me . . . tell me everything . . ." "Each other." . . . sun dial uk "MYSTERY or LIFE" My sweetheart's bodY is a cry A poignant and resistless call . . . lt almost makes me wonder why She hasn't any mind at all. 9.I1'l. "How bashful you are," a pretty girl said to a young man. "Yes, l take after my father in that respect." "Was your father bashful?" "Was he? Why, mother says if father hadn't been so darned bashful, l'd be four years older." . . . mad hatter 'A' "THE VERDICT" Slowly she brought her eyes up to meet his, appealing . . . warm . . . yet sad . . . wet, as though she'd been crying. And he didn't look particularly happy. They just stood there, saying nothing. Then he let her hand drop and she said, "Then, it's all over?" "Yes," he replied quietly. She brightened momentarily, forcing a smile, "And the verdict, of course, is . . . ?" "Yes, l'm afraid . . His eyes dropped. They were silent a moment. "But l'll see you again?" "Yes." She again forced a smile. There was a wistful note in her voice as she said, "l'm afraid l'll look terri- bly funny though . . . wearing glasses, doctor." w.b. Useless Child: God gives us our daily bread, doesn't he, mamma? Mother: Yes, dear. Child: And Santa Claus brings the presents? Mother: Yes, dear. Child: And the stork brings the babies? Mother: Yes, dear. Child: Then, tell me, mamma, just what is the use of having papa hanging around? . . . urchin 'A' "Did her father come between you?" "No . . .behind me." . . . skiu-mah 'A' Hey Operator! A young lady was called out of bed one morning at 5 a. m. The following dialogue ensued: Voice: Hello! Lady: Hello. Voice: How are you this morn- ing? Lady: All right. Voice: Then l guess l have the wrong number. . . . widow 'lr A pessimist is one who thinks all women are immoral. An optimist is one who merely hopes so. . . . varieties ir We've noticed most Coeds are apt enough at making up their faces. Why not, their minds? 'Ir "PUPPY STUFF" She came and sat upon my lap While l was taking me a nap . . . But she didn't stay there long Because that bee . . . she done me wrong. w.b. 332 EFORE GETTING ANY deeper into my subject, I should like to say that I am completely in accord with Herr Hitler and Signor Musso- lini in their widely-advertised be- lief: To wit-Womanis place is in 'the home. All this, of course, has nothing to do with this discussion. What I am about to talk about is wimmen, their purposes-that's a bit too delicate for a family magazine, so we'll let it slide-and their types. There are two general types of university women and this essay will be limited to a discussion of them alone. Type No. l may be labeled "Shapely, But So Simple." CThe "simple," it must be understood, is meant merely in the woman's re- action to academic pursuits. When it comes to men, the word "pur- suit" degenerates into "chase" and the wench is quite able to take care of herself.l This Type No. l, as I have indi- cated, has a great fondness- amounting almost to an obsession in some cases-for men, per se and per quod. Anything that wears pants-I beg your pardon, trousers, is fair game and may the Lord help those who go down in the scramble. The babe who exemplifies this type has come to college with but one idea in her alleged brain. Stating it simply, it is merely to get her man and stake him out as quickly as possible. To do this it is often necessary that she do things which she in- stinctively abhors-that is, occa- sionally she must study. This is made desirable by the University's unfeeling rules and by the fact that sometimes-not often, but once in awhile-men like to be talked to in an intelligent manner. The gal knows that the genuine intelligent manner is beyond her, but with the aid of a little book-cracking and reading of the reviews she can shadow-box rather successfully until she can get the sap talking her own lingo. 833 WIMMEN fOr Maybe God Went Too Furl By Bob Pollock I-Iaving arrived in college, the man-hunter immediately signs her name and half her old man's sal- ary on the line in order to be taken in-I use the term advisedly and with malice aforethought-to a sorority. Having established herself in her Greek boarding house, the fem- inine F rank Buck girds up her loins for the chase. One of the first open- ings she has is a dessert to which the interesting side of college life- the men-is invited. lf she dresses well, shows her teeth and her legs with delightful f s v . - -I- N '53 I A Breezy Bit impartiality, and can contort the skeleton God gave her into all the latest movements which the col- lege boy calls dancing, h e r chances of picking up some sort of a male are very good. And if, in addition, she can parlay the cur- rent idiom she is as manna in the desert. Probably, because of lack of ex- perience, the wench will not land the first fish she hooks. Some older skirt-wearing pirate will probably gaff and flip into her own boat the sucker the novice has tired. But this need not discourage her. The same bait will get another fish. This one she probably lands -that is, she gets his pin. CTO my readers who do not know what a "pin" in the college sense is, let me explain: It is an object, made of gold and sundry precious metals, which hangs from the dirty sweater of practically any frater- nity lad. It is ardently desired by the women as proof of their powers of conquest and it is never given up unless the donor intends to go out with the donee at least twice more. Some of the unsophisticated consider the pin as good as an engagement ring. But I personally doubt this.l To conclude our discussion of Type No. l. She has her man. She is well content. If she is smart, she grabbed a senior whose old gent has a lot of gelt and who is dying to take the kid into the business. This means that she can blush at the altar almost immediately. It also means that she is freed of lumpy sorority house mattresses, pirating sisters, and food which does not set so well on her delicate stummick. So she departs the institution, ap- parently a civilized young woman, but at heart only a tigress who has made her kill. Comes now Type No. 2. Clnci- dentally, aside from an occasional maverick, there are, as I have stated, only two types of university women.l This baby is a holy terror. She is, first of all, an intellectual: that is, she has Phi Bete keys and hon- orary gadgets all over her like a gold fish. She can scales on knock the ears off Einstein or Dr. Marder in an argument. She has brains. But she is also an athlete. She tennis in. a way that can play would turn the carrot top of Donald Budge snow white in three love sets. She golfs like the newspapers say Montague can and busting hell out of par is so common to her that she doesn't even enjoy it. She's a wizard on the polished barrel staves and Sonia Heinie Continued on Page 401 GRADUATE STUDENT SEEKS MATES FOR STOOGES!! tEditor's note: Mr. K., a mission- ary at heart, has made a compre- hensive study of the male specie on this campus. l-lere the Startling Truth is told at last . . . about the var- ious types that go to make up those mystic brotherhoods known as frat- ernities. Girls, it's yours for the readingli OR ALL THEIR unmatured ways, frats do have a strange assortment of individuals. This study is an attempt to distinguish some of the outstanding neurotic types with the possible hope of finding satisfactory mates for the two Kappa stooges. l realize at the outset the impossible task I have undertaken in even attempting to find satisfactory mates for the afore- mentioned a . . . coeds fnarnes furn- ished on requestl but to continue: Probably the most permanent fixture to be found in the frat is the upper-classman, that classic . . . I mean, classy, pill who spends the day sitting around in the biggest and softest overstuffed chair, con- tinually blowing about the fresh- man's lack of activities. This type of dime-sitter is usually a plenty cagey guy who once made a soph honorary because someone in his house is given a bid every year anyway as a political fthat's a hot onell move. Again, maybe he was once assistant night-editor on the Emerald, or possibly he held an important political appointment, D T Hur.. --L.. :IQ- E g I -Zz! Wal, Ns pi X t . ft lil M g , QQ 1' , - 1 " 3 f J . l,q-:j. , ,. I ' 1 ' -jf I fs? 151 'gf '.1-fx -XM 'fp "Remember Your Place. Freshman!" "But I Saw Her First." such as clean-up chairman for the class hop. At any rate, he has illu- sions of something or other Cdon't ask which? and can't quite figure why the boys don't suggest him for house president. Then there is the large group who, for want of a better term, are called "politicians." This class can be found around any corridor, whispering with other adolescents about how Ioe Blow Was seen coming out of the Dorms, and so "something plenty tricky is in the offingf' Important, furtive meet- ings are held every half hour for weeks previous to an election, and many rocks are extracted from credit-poor house treasuries for purposes of defacing the commu- nity. The same group regularly licks the pants off the opposition, but the losers will evidently keep battering their collective heads in an attempt to win, until a real poli- tician shows up fGod forbidll The most uproarious thing about the campus political "rnachines": these perceiving, discerning, re- vealing, exposing, unearthing vote- grabbersp these mysterious, intri- cate, tangled, confidential, all-im- portant appointment seekersg is the trusting manner in which both blocks fderived from "block-head"J promise the women's organizations certain desirable gravy in ex- change for support. Th' gals ac- cept all stipulations with becoming grace fand they've been doing it for years-ever since Pi Phi, Theta and Kappa each founded the first sororityl, and then they proceed to vote individually for whoever they think is cute anyway. After the Continued on Page 3363 r 3 3 S, uf J - t 334 ' ' - 15525 44:-ff wi' .H ' 'C-. ' --' " , mg -. if --ri "" ' x " Im .1 A TV 1 " 9 ,v -.. , Ig Pm, " : --E:fgf'3?41s L - m ,'1'uu-A-,W ,, -,J H .- ., 5 , ----u - -. - - W gf X .. W. -W-X 5 ' . in - ..!-- -P M - W 2 , - , . . - Mi, . we -X f --,- ,,. 2 5 - - ,E 13? M 525 -- ga- ,- , .J..,-- : ' f -W -1. Q ' X, 5 . 1 ug. - :-2, 'Y - -- , f vw , gg? fr' L. 4? ,. A 5:-7,12 'L' vs. fi' A ,ima - Y: -- . "- ' ', ' ' " 'y' f I 'f , A i- " fM'..1.if'f ...,!,. f 1 5 5- , ,. - , : '. -' Y . -- ' :-'-a5222-- -Q ' V11 5 x2f'7'g.f .W f--' :' -M"-51", ' -'f - 'EN , - ' V v. i ',:wg,::'.4 - J: , F., V. v -Q N NYSE: J h . A V M, ff , ' , ,Q Q a , ' , -'57 ' - 51- Q1-4'- ' N Q A 2, -5?-ff S ' ' . 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A A Soon They Were Ready I S' -Q 1 1 l - B Then l-le Chose DOUGLAS FIR Il E 5 1 Now E.verything's ALL RIGHT i' Douglas Fir is known throughout the world for its strength and beautyg and has been manufactured and sold by us since 1898. if Booth-Kelly Lumber Co. 007 Xvillamette Phone 85 111 1:1:l 11 1:1:1: 1: I 1 11 '1'1:1 1:1:1 ':1:1 11: 11 11 ii 11 i '1'1'1 111 111 11:l: 1:1 11 Ji '1 :-1 I1 11 1:1'1 11 11 :1:1 11 1 1 1 1 i 1 11 '1'1 1:1:1 111 11 N 1:11 :1:11 11. 1I1:1: 1:1: 111 1:1:: 111: Ili 1'1'1 1 11 111 1'1:1 I:l:1 111 1:1:1' :li 11 I '11 1 1 11 11' :1:l 11 1:1: 1:1: 11 11 11 :1:1 1'1' 11 1:1 1 1 I11 1:1'1 111 11 1 1 1 :l:1:1 l:I:1 1:1:1 III 11 III 1 1 1 I '1'1 11 1:1: I 1 I 1 1 :1:1 1:1: :1:1 :1:1 11 11 1:1' 1 I 11 :II1 1'1' 1:1: 1:1: 1:1' 1'1' 1I1' :I:1 1 1 1:1: :1:1 :1:1 :1:1 :111 111 :1:1:l 11I 111 1I 1 111 11:2 111 1:1'1 1'i'i' 1l Y 1:1:l 11: 1:1:l 111 -:-:-f-2-1-Z-2-2-1-'-1-L-L-L-I-ii-2-ivivj' GRAD STUDENT SEEKS election the coeds accept the plighted "palms" most demurely. lt may well behoove us to ask, "who are the real polticos on the campus?" But back to this mating business- There are the play-boys who are down for a good time. This promin- ent bunch can be considered along with another cluster-those who are admitted to the U. on the basis of a certificate of completion from Elk Wallow Union High, but who haven't the mentality to get through "creative arts lA" Cmuch less to get through registrationli These two collections are the ones that keep the genial study chairmen's pad- dles wagging, and cause a house embarrassment no end when only about 25 per cent of the pledge class make their grades. The main trouble with these boys is a bad start by pledging a house, but worse is the influence ot "men- about-the-campus" upper - class- men who have bluited their way through anywhere from two to five years oi college. The examples set by these "ideals" is closely tol- lowed even to spending enough hours in making microscopic crib- notes to practically memorize a text. Another distinct specie is the athlete. No house can get along without these tough citizens, except the house which can't pledge any, and these houses are most vitriolic in their denunciation ot "tramp- athletes." These men are usuallY somewhat older than their bros, and tolerate, somewhat sarcastic- ally, the typical adolescent irater- nity group. This type exists in a more or less egotistical sphere, most oi the time "just being around" Cespecially during rush- weeki. After his eligibility is used up, the "has been" athlete iinds a nice cave inthe Sierras, becomes a hermit, and spends the rest oi his days brooding about the exploita- tion of athletes. You may be interested in the trosh Cat least one in every housel PHONE 300 1210 w11.LAMsTre Stir . 'NEMA Q L Beautiful Cleaning 1210 Willamette COOK and HEAT with GAS The Moclewz Fuel O Northwest Cities Gas Co. Eugene, Oregon 1c11n11: 1 01111111 11111 1111 W. E. Finzer 6- Co Inc. Edison-Dick Mimeographs and Supplies O O Elliott Addressing Machines Post Card Printers-Addressers Stamp Atfixers Envelope Sealers Liquid Process Duplicators Paper o o 991 Oak St. Eugene Phone 489 W 328 S. VV. Stark St. I'0l'tlilllIl, Ore. BEacon 5600 iuicrioioinioioioimxioic 'The World Over- .f 1 There Is No Place Like 5' Qgls' for Creamy Shakes, Frosted Malts 100 Jumbo Cones, 20 Flavors 5c , Mayflower Theatre 2 Places- 712 Willamette sf. pile riuioinioiuiu 7201011114 nic 0111101 C 'J :ui SCOTT'S " SHOP The Place to Meet Your Friends and Enjoy Our "Better Foods G Drinks" Serving That Delicious Freshly Frozen Siberrian Cream 774 E. llth Pat.lVl.Scott,1'ngr. YOU NEED IT WE HAVE IT in BUILDING MATERIALS TWIN OAKS BUILDERS' SUPPLY CO. 669 High St. Phone 782 1 ur, nn' 5 who comes down from East Teacup where 'he was student president, star athlete, debater, editor, and held the second male lead in the senior play Cin a fine manner in- deedll. By the end of the first week "this" has decided on a year's pro- gram for the house, taken over the presidents various duties, and is vociterously bemoaning the tact that his narne hasn't yet appeared in the school paper. Can't figure just why because it was always in the daily blab at good ol' E.T.H.S. If none of the above groups ap- peal to th' gals I probably could discuss others, such as the all- important h o u s e manager tin name, anywayjp the cynical, sar- castic debunkerp the ever present swish, the damned average raiser: or the guy who will argue about anything, lack oi knowledge of a subject notwithstanding. 1 . , xvx . OQEGQN i or 4 156: 5 A, i.' 4 1', ' ,W fif The "Blimp" and "Inky," though, probably wouldn't go for any oi these various types Cor visa versal. They say they're not interested in the average psycopathic case- too, too conventional, don't cha know ta-la-Hepburnl . . . However, as Baron said when I asked him it he wanted another drink, "hell no!", but just the same, you could hear him lapping it up two blocks away. k. d. rn. uk Ioe: You will have to go a long way before you meet anyone who loves you more than I. Betty: Well, l'm willing. K 1 s 337 'lfuqazcft Own S10 7,00 AIHBUKNU .,,.:+v-1 ' -i in I, ,Ili ill 2' " 'I-1. :,,. yur, X ' ' A, .---'rl 'Q TT6,,ia5S?ee'-I - gf . atm. Ik L, 45- ' More Than Storew HH Institution Employing l5O people who make up an efficient organi- zation interested in serving you with the things you need . . . when you need them . . . at a price you want to pay! 21 Special Services: o Post Office o Beauty Salon o Tea Room o Women's Lounge o Accommodation Desk Q Auditorium 0 Lending Library o Shopping Service 0 Committee Room 'A' On The Campus Washburne's is the DUDLEY FIELD SHOP 0 KUYKENIJALL DRUG IIIJMPANY 870 Willamette Street O COMPLETE DRUG SERVICE O Tussy, DuBarry and Yardley Cosmetics Whitman's Famous Candies There'll Be AN fi No Q Question N T Quality Service Fair Treatment O New Service Laundry Phone 8 2 5 839 High uuumnnImmmu1nnnuulnmmnunnmnnm:mmm llllllllllllllllllllllllIllllllllIllllllllllllllIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll2 Williams Stores Inc. O SHOES HOSIERY CLOTHING . - Eugene's Fastest Growing Department Store 10 15 Willamette llllllllllllHllllllIlllllllIIIIIlllllllllllllllllllllllllIllllllllIUIIIIIIIIIIIIPI' PENELOPE MY GOD this work is too much for me. He has dug up some simpler stuff. He says, "You really shouldn't Work so hard at translation. Give 'em the thought, the kernel, the whole nut, it need be, but don't translate Word for word. You know how those foreign languages are." l prom- ised in View of Weekend's health that l would conserve. l Will here after give people the kernel of the rnatter. lt'll be the nuts Ccolloquial- lyl. With this in mind We turn to Gertrude Steam. Gertrude Steam has Written a number of classics of the new writing. We often suspect that she confuses reader and author alike. We asked her about this aspect. She replied with her characteristic honesty, "Why there's really noth- ing to it." We returned that We had suspected as much for a long time. We stepped outside just in time to miss a marble clock thrown with precision and accuracy. We didn't stop running till we made a street car. Oh, these geniuses. They are eccentric, but we Writers under- stand them. They are the colonels of our business, the captains ot our industry, the new Napoleons, in tact, the nuts. We must get on. Below we give you Gertrude Steam. Quote: lt was just an oil painting. There were no bees there, there were no trees there, there were no knees there. lt was just an oil painting. The air was not there, neither were the bees, the trees, the knees, the knees, the knees. Look at a travel poster. A rosy, posy poster roaster boaster. Where are the bees, the knees, the trees. Go to France. Unquote. I am forced to conclude that this is a smutty sort of propaganda for which Miss Steam must have been paid a good price by the sellers ot French post cards. Miss Steam has evidently been looking at ct French oil painting, the original oi a printed poster. All she sees is an oil painting, and she says so. There's directness tor you. She ! i 1 2 PORTLAND ELECTROTY PE and STEREOTY PE Co. 718 W. BURNSIDE Electrotypesfstereo types-Curved Plates' Lead Molds cl Matrixes, BRJz.iay06OQ- When a student merits an Award Sweater, he should receive a sweater of merit. Wha- is the Award Sweater of merit-- demand it. Olympia, Wash. 33 N notes the lack of trees and bees, and, especially, knees. It bothers her. She must have asked the painter where the knees were. Then she remarks that it is getting stutty in here and puts a finger in her collar. She notes that there seems to be no air. Then she looks at a poster struck from the oil paint- ing. Again, says Miss Steam plain- tively, where are the knees. Then she thinks and puts two and two together. Go to France for knees. The painter has conveyed the idea that in France you will iind knees and that it you are not coming to France, you have no right to see French knees. What a triumph for the post card sellers. But for shame, Miss Steam. l arn afraid that my papers on this matter must come to an end. The keeper said just the other dCIY with a note oi reproach in his voice, "We would never have given you all that paper if we had thought you weren't going to tear it into little pieces." Guess I'll have to humor the old boy. ir 5 6 1 ff 5 1 fyi f CDE X f ,-f'Nq" O... P. Q Q A It Em Ti I I "gi: li-lla man 4' V - ' , ,xKgzfo925w",f' QQQI ,y 1.9006 vfff,,,ysoga , ff f:v.90W.4Zl9-zflmsfs '., 511195 ' ' 1175 ? 41' 5" gvf 1 WQQ '4 ,. 1 E, vm 7 ,, V ' tr' s , fl . 1 4 gg U poll' + J Us at V- -X o W f v . -I- , ,I ' 'W N -,Q - o Q- . -" .1 xv. 'ftp A .V , .I ::L5E I .-'.L.I77:5:. 6 kin- ' I' A Pair of Tights ir The bride was quite worried at seeing twin beds in the bridal suite. "What's the matter, honey?" the bridegroom asked. "Why, I thought surely we'd have a room all to ourselves." 339 l-IE "Co-op" Store which ' was established in 0 0 ply center for the C CALLING nu stuntmsl ,EQ WELL keep your ward- robe tip-top for Junior Week-end ...... One day service if necessary. 1 821 E. 13th Phone 740 1 gillIllllllllIKIIIIIIIIIIIIIKIIIIIIIllllllllllllllllllllUllllIllllllllllllllllllIIIlIIIIIlllllllllllllIlllllllllIllIllllllllllllIIIIllllIII!lIIlIIlllllllllIIIIIIIIIIIIKIIIIIII 9 official student sup- ' to furnish all supplies 5 at the lowest prices ' consistent with high ' quality and efficient ' service. A student 1, ' owned store for ser- ' vice to Oregon stud- , ' ents. I l -4 'FIIIIIIllIllIIIIIIIIIIUllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlIIIIIIIIIIlllIIIIIIIIIIllIllllIIIIIIlI1IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlllIIIIIlllIIIIIIllIII!IIIIIIIIIIllllIIIIIIIllllIllIllllllllllllllllllllllllll I92O, is completing its eighteenth year as the Oregon Campus. It IS the policy of the store WIMMEN looks like I do on ice skates com- pared to her. The Achilles heel of the Wench is the fact that she looks like most Great Danes and Saint Bernards are commonly supposed to. Her figure bulges with Babe Didrick- son muscles and her curves just ain't. Occasionally-very occasional- ly-she inhabits a sorority house. More often she may be found in a dormitory, a cooperative or a priv- ate roominghouse. She Wears no man's collar, subsequently she Wears no man's pin. She is a lone wolf, but she says she doesn't care and once in a while she goes to the independent dances and rassles some of the boys around. But she doesn't get any fun out of it. So she says the hell with it and plays 36 holes of sub-par golf everY Saturday and studies until mid- night Saturday night. Later, when she has graduated summa cum laude and is suffering from athletic heart and a spare tire around the rnidriff, she digs out her honorary brass, gazes at the ex- pensive trinkets and Wishes they were dance programs and letters written in a masculine hand. Here she is forty and all she has is a five thousand dollar a year job. Rom- ance has went. Meanwhile Type No. l's hus- band's old man has gone broke and the whole family-including Type No. l-is on relief. And the Wench, gazing at her dance pro- grams, which are intermingled with plenty of bills, wishes they were Phi Bete keys and stuff so she could get a job. Maybe Wimmen are a mistake. 41llllIllllllllllIIllllllllIIllllllllIllIllllllIlllllllllllllllllllllllll"L YOU WILL BE A WISE COLLEGIAN IF . . . L-4. WEB . Tqillib tgiifg 1? 1 I l I 5 I : F I 'IV .ft .Ut .4 n f tvs : 1 4 t 2 I l 'jf ff'-SZ: 3 li When telling of your college days you have plenty of Kodak pictures to corroborate your story . . . How many college scenes are you missing because you have no Kodak? EASTMAN CAMERAS are dependable on every occasion Eastman Kodak Stores, Inc. 709 S. W. Washington EUGENE FARMERS CREAMERY ' 5 lce Cream and Dairy 9 Products 2 PIIOIIC 6 3 8 - Portland, Oregon f X ff Your Headquarters in Portland X AE' N I -W-ss is -sms T N. f - ,N gk lk Q xnxx Center of student activities-rallies- 'WR will 9E5llEl5T5W ' ban u ts ru h' t' t -d 1Ad4,,. q e - s ingpar ies- eas anc- AQMZZ-'H w es and other festivities arranged to the t I af f- we .2-- - -L"tf"'1r-P-2 ,, , ,, ,1 Q q is E335 queen s own taste . EQ it Hfgq E flzigl 11 'I Dining and banquet rooms, coffee 4 1 it We M shop and tavern, ball rooms and meet- av 25 3, ' 'lil ing rooms. Friendly-helpful service. .mul ll?-.mtl lr Garage Opposite. i Eggs. ' 'I' 4 - -Q ' Jtlldii-f-' 'Q gawk - - I 600 Rooms o Reasonable Rates . XI-Iotel MULT OM H 3 llllllllllllllllllllllllIIllIlllllllnllllllllulnullunuluunlulI THE wELL.DREssED COLLEGIAN - ai :di ii--1 P? 5 X! G. 4 I J f' x ,N A .Q , Y 'I 552 Ax! ,Qfx Qs XX I IX Vt X Vie? te t 'sjseyi' ' A5331 Xxfifx 4 x S,x,Q 7 tl 4 Z Q l 4 i R 5 x I X QE I st l,V 1 WM ,J SHOPS 5 MERRELL'S FIRST ? ERIC MERRELL The University Mcmfs Shop anlnlullllllllllIllIlllllIllIlllllnnlllllllllnullnullllnllnlnln as is eg fi E52 se si Mllluuunhm ! Q We're Serving 5 The Q . .t g I lniversi v 5 r i ! No matter the hour, no mat- i ! ter the day you can always i ! depend on your electrical i I service. It is at your beck e i and call all the time, to ! i handle your every electrical ! i need. ! i ! i ?'Q.eJBQr" 1 3 ! fr" " -'-'-'-'-'-'-'-'W'-of-'-'-'wigs C 6 4.1-11:14:initlzuzoiuznxitxoiuinoso . 5 ns E DRINK DRINK DRINK CWe cannot speak for the advertis- ing department, but the editorial staff of this publication is deeplY shocked by the pernicious propa- ganda carried forth in this poem by some unknown poetl The horse and mule live thirty years And nothing know of wines and beersg The goat and sheep at twenty die And never taste of Scotch or Rye, The cow drinks water by the ton And at eighteen is mostly doney The dog at fifteen cashes in Without the aid oi rum or gin: The cat in milk and water soaks And then in twelve short years it croaksy The modest, sober bone-dry hen Lays eggs for noggs and dies at temp All ANIMALS are strictly dry, The sinless live and swiftly die: But sinful, giniul, rum-soaked men Survive for three score years and ten. 'k Lazy girls should be jogged into action by the news that the Duchess of Kent is doing her own nails. . . london daily sketch ir One is a Pi Phi Beauty The other a Theta queen My Heart is big and I love both And can not choose between. Nor do I have to pick but one And without the other be, For my heart is big and I love both But neither cares for me. e. m. 'A' Miss Buchanan in the local coke emporium: What kinds of ice cream have you? Clerk: Banilla. Miss Buchanan: You have ade- noids too. I-Iaven't you? Clerk: No, just banilla. foznxuxnia znzoinxnzoxniuz Two Smart Girls I fi' It ' l FUI It nt' I .Av if I fe ' t i' the f X ll WI-IO TRADE AT I-lADLEY'S fh 76N . -1-:1:2:'W . N :-:f:-' V'-2.24-. 2:15 . sf?"..e -4 1-' 'SI' - '. .ff . 1 I pj.:.:Z:Zf'- . :-:-. 5 5:::5:5:3:" - ' I ' I .ff55'..-:Yf5i:9,:g:ff5 'E . ' . w .' 2151551 i I B :". 4 ' - ' f:'-'51 .5 4- . I if X .Hd - -5221: 1' I 1-sz-:-:SE ' 52. - f-.-.-:-:-I-: ,:::E:E5 n Safer ,zfzfzfj S. fgiffifffflffifrf: 5:25:15 :SIEIJ5 Zfirfzirii igiifififig :1:i:f'I: "Sgr-:, EIMS: 1:-:-:1:3i:' 5:53:33 555:-:1: 1:-:lick Zglgcgzg:-:-2' 5:12-.:E 5:5:5:r::-Ere :-.r-f: i'1"-:.ra:-- 4233222 '5:5E5E5E3SiS1Z2- :E:Ef53i5512E1'!E1. 2535: :15:::::,g::-:I-SEI: 'ggfzfz -rygzg-if-:g?2:1:-. . tgzi' :g:::4:-L:-:J:Y3:1:2. ':21:?f-1?'2fi:1:I - - Kr:-.'Z-.-.31"InI'!'. '-:7:7:Zg.. ' - '. '-v 'll2:E:5tf:5:: ',2:f1:kff152i2:-,. -:5:2:1:f:- xfxf . ' --553515:3gg.2:1-1-I-2:r:5:5:g5:g 595553: For Their Every Shopping Need I-lADLEY'S The Shop Co-eds Prefer McDonald Theatre Building inxnioiuioirliniuiuioini SHOTS IN THE DARK! ., , is Na 'IAVQ1 7 6: ,.?3fe'E'i5S 3 I 'G' fi- 359.0 . D I' , .' K l.L.l' .I 0 YI, .xf'gF,Q" " li' ll l I sf ul' There is something Wrong With the Dudley Field store clock. We glanced up at it yesterday after- noon in passing and it showed the hour to be ten minutes to five. And it was ten minutes to five. wk . Someone tells us God was un- doubtedly the first practical joker, ribbing man as he did. Yes, and We Esquires add, perhaps He carried a good thing too far! Women, bah! 'k Credited to Col. Wheatley: "ln- formation is the most valuable thing in the world . . . even a fence is well posted." ir At the close of each term, when finals are in the air land in our hairl We hear mention of the 'honor sys- tem', still used by some professors. Quite apropos a student remarks, "The honor system is Where the professors have the honor and the students have the system." 'A' F or the Bible students We give little Oscar's definition of Christian- ity. Says little Oscar, "Christianity is when a man can have only one Wife. This is also called monotony." Hearing s o m e o n e bumping against the front door of the Chi Psi lodge at an early hour one night winter term, one of the brothers called out: "Who's there?" Came the reply: "ls this Where l'm at?" ir We are reminded that sit-down strikes are nothing new. They date back to the time of Mary, Queen ot Squats. 1 I 1 I I , I 1 lj' I 1 I Ii III 1 II , l II They tell us conspicuously sane thought produces indecision. Won- dered Why I rambled so in that Psych exam. QuIllIllnllulllIllllulullululnlnlnul Hotel Cregon Convenient to E 2 Rail and Bus Transportation 3 5 Reasonable Rates S 541 Willamette Phone 1860 9'lnInulnIllIllIllIllllllllIllIInIunllIuulnllnlululllnulllnf In 11 1 1 W':'i':'3'3-3'3Al-1-I .i:1:l:1:i:T: , ,,,vvv 1 E:E:2.v.',i,w,-A-Av,:Y-WA'-Egfgfgvr-AYg fffgfgwr it: tl Sheer M S ' I tt' MSZC GTCUZCE, TLC. If 11' 4 4 grit 618 s. W. PARK AVENUE . PORTLAND, oRE:GoN 1.5! 131, ll fill can - Phone - write it Eli, Us For 14 :IJ li' It M Usrc I I, .:g: MAUD MCCAWLEY, Manager BEacon 0466 415.5 Q2333333333333535333535333333Eiigififigigigigiiilfi .-.3E333igEgE3E3EgEgfgggggggggggggg:gzgzgzgzgzyr SdilllllllllllIlIIIIIllIIIIlllllllilllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIllIIIIUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIllllllllllllillIIIlllllIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIDZ1 u Letterman Sweaters ARE Tl-IE BEST MONEY CAN BUY L. - 'v - F u I-I. L. Whiting Company E Seattle, Washington E F M :fillIIIIllllllllllllllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIllllllllllllIlllllllllllIllllllllllllllllIlIIIIIIIIIIIIUIIIIIllIIIIIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllilIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlllllllllllllllllllg 342 TRUE LOVE IN ONE ACT ISeen: between classes on the carnpus.l Ioe, d'you love me? Of course, Anne. You've got a crate, haven't you? Yes, but Ioey, would you love me even if I didn't have a new Miracle eight? Why sure, I guess so, hon, but Ianxiousi you . . . you didn't lose the crate did you? No, silly. I just wanted to be sure. Gosh, you shouldn't scare me that way. Can afterthoughtl. Your dad hasn't cut your allowance or anything, has he? Oi course not. You do love me. don't you, Ioey? Of course I do. Well, how's everything going? Not so good. I couldn't sleep at all last period with Tucker talkinq so loud. I-le's a pain. Why they ever got a prof like him . . . I-Ie is sort of a boob. But then, don't suppose they have to pay much for his kind. No. don't suppose. You're looking good today. Thanks, Ioey. Cost me six bucks for this permanent. Still, you lood good. You're awful sweet, Ioey. You're not so bad yourself. SaY, got a cigarette on you. Thanks. Wish you wouldn't smoke so much, loe. What's the matter? Keeping you broke? No, silly, just that . . . well smok- ing seems so silly. A fellow's gotta do something to forget. Forget what? Oh, school . . . it's so damned boring. You're crazy . . . but I like you. Kiss me. Mmrnmrn . . . say! What kind of lipstick you got on? The same as usual. Oh, we had boiled cabbage this noon. Why didn't you tell me. 343 Gee, it's swell out, isn't it. I..et's take a walk. O.K. by me. Got the crate, haven't you? Why, no. I left it at the house But I thought we were going for a walk? Later, sweet. You understand, don't you? I'd really like to, honest. You know I love walking. It's just this noon. that . . . Hmmm . . . say, I just remem- Yes . . . bye, Ioe.. ,Iunderstand. bered . . . I've got to see a guy . . . Yes. w. b. V' v',,k "k' ' ..,: V I 'lt' V ,.,. Slt' iff? .'r' I, '-,... I ,,,.. 5 12 ' 5' vfrfly I tir ggs iigl V", Q A gl-,Q .- ,,..- ..- -s-,1v.., ...... f -. - . 1 -'1' rrrti A SIGNIFICANT PI-IRASE--- "IT'S FROM OLDS 6- KINGS" Here is a phrase rich with significance . . . when you stop and consider what this label in your clothes means to you. A label may seem like a small matter . . . it isn't prominently displayed . . . it's hidden away on the inside, not worn on the sleeve. But the Olds G King's label has a real meaning. It stands for something . . . it's an indication of quality and fashion rightness . . . quality and smartness that is recognized without seeing the label. Whether the cost be great or trifling, there is certain satisfaction in the knowledge that, "IT'S FROM OLDS ES: OLIQS KINGS." I,et's Get Associated with JACK at FoRD at DANNI-ER,S Associated Service 10th 8: Olive Phone 2614 Don't Squint ' s ldmless ' .I , Glasses I t ex lrfi x -Ig it ltllllgllii flililllmllllliti Have your next glasses ground in SOFT-LITE ELLA CWAZNEADE A DISTINCTIVE STORE ot QUALITY MERCHANDISE and LOW PRICES 'A' T H E B R OA D WAY INC. Ready-to-Wear Dry Goods 30 East Broadway Cl-IERCE VERSE She was such a dainty thing And Wore such dainty clothes I thought her not a mortal maid Until she blew her nose. e. rn. uk In the parlor there were three She, the table lamp, and he . . . Two is company, no doubt So the table-lamp went out. 'A' He spoke sweet nothings in my ear l knew 'iwas just his line, Yet couldn't help but like the guy I'Ie'd asked me out to dine. . w. b. 'k I thought my quest was over When I discovered youg But since I am a lover Oi dough, you'll never do. e. m. 'ir Irony: Free white and twenty- one . . . And not a thing I haven't done. 'Ir i wg I told lack all about my past." ZF, ' V' 2 X ii' ' N new ts . A 'nl ra .2 A il - , ea A , 'A' "What did he say?" "Nothing I-Ie just took out a comb and smoothed his hair down." . . . observer A Question of Diet Fanny: Peter told me he could live off my kisses forever. lane: Are you going to marry him? Fanny: Not until I find out what he expects me to live on. ir Campus police chief: We have so much help now I don't know whether there would be enough work around here to keep another person busy. Ingrid: Why, Mr. Rhinesrnith, you'd be surprised how little Work it takes to keep me busy. I I I :i We are Tailors and I' I I f' Clothiers to the WELL- ' 1' I 2 DRESSED MEN. 2' In 4, 5 i 1: . 55-. :E F ji ,5 If Il I: " 'NIU , " 55 G Fd 5 4 gf Jima Slit - - 1 ' I :I ' .Tailvzed E P 5: Portland, Oregon i :T il any ..AA... Maxi ---------v "-- - - 'W i. tm . . :W :fill A Visit to Oregon .yr jijijf ls An Ideal Thing, 12111: There's Nothing Better :QCII During the Spring. 2 :2:2:2 ' 'l:v:v 0 0 NIL uh: P lr 4 llrli I 2.22 While On the Campus Iflfff Try A PIT BAR B-Q 24.2, :Ill lt's Not Only the Best mr with in I ll But lt's Brand New. ,I 2221 f 'lil , 21212: The PIII 121212 ses E. 13th Phone 1456 2:32 'Q.522Eeesessaeeseezefefsgfefsegeeisizieisi22222529' 344 c nowled ments Whatever distinction The 1938 Oregana may gain will be due, largely, to the cooperation which various individuals have given the editor dur- ing the process of publication. Especially helpful was the quality of assistance and cooperation given by the staffs of Shelton-Turnbull-Fuller, Eugene, printers, Bushong and Company, Portland, lithographersg Wiltshire's Engraving Com- pany, Eugeneg and Kennell-Ellis Studios, Eugene, photographers. The men at the head of these organizations gave many hours of their own time in that they might give to Oregon the best possible in an Oregana. Foremost: J. E. Turnbull, Manley Fuller, printers, Arthur M arkeioiiz, lithographerg Herbert Wiltshire, engraver, E. W. Ellis and Merton Ferebee, photographers. A In the rank of photographers, who submitted thousands of pictures, from which to choose the best for publication, George Corley, Portland, is foremost. The six natural color photographs are from his lens. His. camera also covered Junior Weekend, Commencement and Home- coming. George Godfrey, head of the University news bureau, took the cover picture and several full-page feature photographs. Thanks are due him and Carl R. Baker, Eugene commercial photographer, for snap- ping last-minute shots. To George Root, manager of the activities department, probably more than any other one individual, credit goes for helping to shape the policies and style of The Oregana. His secretary, Mary Graha-in, was responsible for many suggestions. Earl M. Pallett, chairman of the activities board, and Orlando J. Hollis, advisor to The Oregana, also deserve much credit, especially for standing behind the editor in several crises. Appreciation is due The Anchorage for the loan of canoes for several photography expeditions, the Scherer Motor Company for use of a Buick car, The Portland Oregonian, The Oregon Journal, and The San Francisco Chronicle for pictures of athletic contests. Among the students it- is difficult to single aside a few for distinction. To Wen Brooks, special appreciation is due for taking over the editor- ship of Lemon Punch in an emergency change and doing a job Well. Assistant Oregana Editor Margaret Ray was capable. Constance Kletzerls- art work speaks for itself. Student photographers George Knight, Maurice Manning and Jian Griffith Were of invaluable aid. Other staff members who "came through" with excellent work Were: Laiirita Christofferson, Pat McCarthy, Donald Root, J. W. Reese, Al Dickhart, Algae Rogers and Caroline H and. To the many others who must go unmentioned, thank you. WAYNE HARBERT, Editor The 1938 Oregana. ame an picfu e gndex . Aasen, Audrey ...... 136, 137, 357 Abbot, Emerson .,...,,,...,....,.,. 274 Bouchet, Thelma .......... 136, 137 Adams, Dorothy .,., 146, 147, 170 Adams, Edward, ,,.....,,., 100, 101 Adams, Ellen .......,,..,..,,.. 132, 133 Adams, Elizabeth ,l........ 126, 127 Adlesich, Margaret ,,..., 138, 139 Adlard, Arlo ,........ ........... 1 06, 107 Ahrens, Cheryll ............ 120, 121 Aiken, Louise ..,......... 49, 130, 170, 262 Akutagawa, George ........ 74, 75 Alden, Ralph ...................... 62, 63 Alexander, Grant .,,....,.. 100, 101 Alford, Jerry ............,......... 62, 63 Allen, Aloha ...............,.... 148, 149 Allen, Chet ,... ,............. ...,........ 2 3 5 Allen, Frances Rose ,... 128. 129 Allen, Franklin ....,.,..,........ 60, 61 Allen, Gerald ,......... ............ 8 4, 85 Allen, Howard ......., ......, S 2, 83 Alpaugh, Ron .......,,................. 204 Amato-, Joseph ................ 103, 109 Amato, Ralph ,... 96, 97, 170, ..,...,,,...218, 220, 254, 259. 287 Amato, Tony .... 31, 40 72, 73, ...204, 205, 253, 254, 258, 284 Ames, Elizabeth. ...........128, 129 1 .,..,.................,...,,,,,,,,. 122, Barker, Lorraine ....,,,,, 1,,138, 170, 287 Barnett, Bailey ....., 106, 107, 170 Barr, Burton .,.,,.,,,.,.,,,.,,,,,, 94, 95 Barrett, Philip ......,...,,.,.,,, 60, 61 Barry, Jeanne .........., , ..,. 114, 115 Barry, Lewis .........,........,....... 170 Barton, Anne ,.,. 130, 131, 17,256 Bass, Doris ..,......,............ 128, 129 Bates, Dorothy .............. 140, 141 Bates, Marjorie ........ 18, 140, .,..141, 252, 254, 258, 316, 317 Battleson. Gladys ...... 22, 32, .,,.46, 49, 53, 120, 17, 256 262, 270 Battleson, Keith .......,,.., 100, 101 Battleson, Kenneth ........ 58, ...126, 127 Booth, Mary P ......,...,.,i. 138, 139 Bossinger, Kathryn ....,. 140, . ..,.......i.......i...i.... 141, 171, 252 Booth, -Mary Kay ....... Bothwell, Charles ........ .........,l71 Busey, Jack ......,.. ......,.l00, 101 Buzan, Mary .......,..,....... 136, 137 .l.T1. Bowens, James .......,....., 106, 107 Bowes, Kenneth ................ 66, 67 Bowman, Ben ..................,, ss, 90 Bowman, Bernadine ........ 52, .,....53, 110, 112, 136, 137, 254, 259, 262 Bowman, Franz ...........,,,.....,., 274 Bowman, Vventworth. .....s4, 65 Cadenasso, James... .....102, 103 Anders, Jean .,,............... 122, 123 Anderson, Alvin ........,..,.... 60 61 Anderson, Corrine ...,.... 123, 129 Anderson, Donald .... 62, 63, 286 Anderson, Edgar .......-.....- 36, S7 Anderson Eleanor .... 141, 141 259 Anderson, Ernest, .....,..... 92, 93 Anderson, Franklin ,... 108 109 Anderson Herbert .......... 60, 61 Anderson Steve .....,.. 64, 65, 204 Anderson XVillia1'11 ......,,.... 95, 97 Andrews, George ............ 102, 235 101, 170, 251 Bauer, Friedl ......,.......,.....,..... 274 Baxter. Edgar ..,...,,.,.,..,,..,. 70, 71 Bayless, Marjorie ........,. 118, 119 Beadner, Sol ..,.......i...............,. 247 Bean, Mary Elizabeth .....,.. Beard, Robert ...............,.,.. 64, 65 Beardsley, Fred ..,......,.......... 111 Beck, Dick ...,i...........,..,,....... 74, 75 Beck, Fred .....,..........,..,,.,..... 72, 73 Beck, Roberta .............,.. 122, 123 Becker, Robert .......,.......... 76, 77 Beckman, Muriel ..,. 53, 142, 143 Beistel, Janet .....,.,,,....,....,....., 257 Belding, John ..,,.........,....i. 84, 85 Bell, Allan Brooks ............,... 274 Bell Alvah .,...,.......,.......... 104, 105 Bellinger, Grover ..........,....,.. 170 Belinger, Laneta ..........., 144, 145 Bellis. Gertrude .........,., 128, 129 Belloni, Robert ......... Bellows, Bette .,,.,..... ,........90, 91 136,137, 254, 257 Belvxn, Tom ........... .... ,........ 8 4 , 85 Benham, Barbara. ......... 136, Bennett, Frank ......,.,.......,..... 272 170 Cauller, John ..,,,.,,,..,.... 102, 103 Andrews, Helen ,.......... 146, 147 Andron, Mortimer ....,....... 74, 75 Andrus William .,.....,...---.-.- 75,77 Anet, Robert ..,.....,. 100. 101, 215, 254 Angerman, Clyde ............,, 70, 71 Anthony, Richard V. ...,...... .. 89, 170, 250 Antrim, Corrine .,.......... 254. 252 Aplin, Parr ,..,.........,,.... 53. 98 99 Applegate, Ella .............. 136, 137 Applegate, Rex .......A..,,,.--.- 96. 97 Argyris, James .... 68, 60, 90, 91 Armpriest, Jim ,....... .....,...A 3 4, 85 Armstrong, Rhoda .... 20, 30. 126, 127, 152, 170 Arnold, Helen ...... ...r-.--1- 1 36. 137 Aronson, David ........ 66. 67, Aronson, Jeanne .....-- ----- 1 22, -I Ash, Dorothy ....,-..------ H--126, 127 Ashley, Marilyn ...1.,- -,--,- 1 1,?6'1g,? At h' , Audrey ...,...... 132 133 Atxciszafgxg Phyllis .... 144. 145, I Ashpole, Donald ......,.--,-.A-r Ayres, Lucille ...... ......-- B Babcock, Leland --------1-'----- 741 75 Bachman, Lucile .,,....... 150, 151 Backlund, Betty --.----1e- -1421 143 Backus, George .....--- --1, i i341 Bailey, Gordon .......,...,.. ,,,,,.,..,...,..130, 131 Bailey, Alive .....,.--.----- Bailey, games .....,..---,- -- Bailey, orene Bailey, Mary .........-.- 118- 119' Bailey, R0be1't, .,..... 104 105, 1. Baily, Frances .............. y -.125 127 Baird, Pauline ......... ,--,--- 1 361 Baker, Barry .,.. 132, 133, 17, Baker, iuarjogie .... 138, 139, Baker, Patricia ......,....... 122. Baldinger, Barbara ..... 137 252 01-13 ,,,,,,,,,,,,,......, 132, 133 Baker D 170 123 ...131, 131. 272 Baldwin, Thomas .......,..--,. 34, S5 Ball, Jlislnitg ......., ig1460112i 170 ales, ree ........ 1 - , - 1 B ........ .... .......... 1 7 , 248, 253, 257 Bales, Morrison ....,...1-...---,1-- -.177 Bales. Phyllis ........ 114. 115 253 Ball, Robert ........ ....... ......... 9 2 , 93 Ball, Wendell Lee .........---.----- 274 Baltimore, Hazel .......... 142, 143 Banta., Derwent ...,............ 84, 85 Barclay, Dorothy-A ,----,-- 114, 115 Barendrick. Suzanne ...,,..... Barker, Don .................... 107, 107 Barker, Keith ......... .....,,. S 6, 37 Bennett, June .............,.. 136, 137 Bennett, Peyton ..,.......,. 106, 107 Benson, Gordon ........ 80, 81, 260 Henson, Jackn, .....,.,.......,... 74, 75 Benson, Mary ................ 136, 137 Benson, Noel ........ 30, 35, 46, Boyd, Barbara .............. 136, 137 Boyd, Donald ..........,..... 286, 288 Boyd, Marvin ...................... 78, 79 Boyd, Robert .................. 106, 107 Boyd, Zola .........,..,........... 142, 143 Boyer, George ..........,...,,........ 274 Boyrie, Margaret .,........ 132, Bracher, Charles .....,.............. 204 Bradford, Frank ................ 64, 65 Bradshaw, Winston .......... 96, 97 Brandas, Frances ...,.,. ...136, 137 Brandt, Eunice ........ 138, 1.39 Branthover, Gertrude ........., 256 129, 171 Brass. Doris ..............,..... 128, 129 Brassey, Zoe ...,.........,,... 114, 115 Brattain, Lamar ............ 102, 103 Breaid, Denny .... 80, 81, 204, 208, 254, 259 Brennan, Daniel ................ 78, 79 Brenneke, Richard .......... 72, 73 250, 251, 252 Brewer, Chauncey ,... ..,..,.. 6 6, 67 Brewster, Patsy ............ 118, 119 Breyman, Phoebe .... ...... 1 16, 117 Brinton, James ..........,.,..... 72, 73 ' 105 Ereuer, David ........ 171, Brobst, Gaines ................ 104, Brogdon, Ray ....,.,.....,.,.., 100, 101 Brooke, Robert ....,........... 84, S5 Brooke James W .,......, ........ 2 74 Brookings, Marian ......., 114, Brookman, Alvera ,....... 148, 149 Brooks, Wendell .... 451, 53, 66, 67 Broughton, Jean .,.,...... 138, 139 115 Cadle, Dean ..,...........,..,...... 76, 77 Calavan, Janet .............. 140, 141 Callwell, XVilbur ............,....... 254 Camp, Henry ....................,. 84, 85 Campbell, George .... 06, 97, 172 Campbell, Robert .............. 90, 91 Campbell, Royce ..........,..... 62, 63 Campbell, William ............ 82, S3 Canfield, Earle .......... 98, 99, 110, 251 Cannon, Katherine ........ 126, 318 Cannon, Kessler ..,.,.,......... 60, 61 Cardinal, 'William ,........... 74, 75 Carkin, Bruce .................... 70, 71 Carlon, Robert .................... 64, 65 Carlsen, Edna .........,....., 142, 143 Carlson, Fred ,,............. ...,... 8 4, 85 Carlson, Vera .,......,. 1.28, 129, 151, 253 Carlton, Carman, Margaret ........ 134, 135 Margaret ........ 112, 119, 152, Carmichael, Donald ..,. 172, 172, Carpenter, Charles ...... 106, Carroll, Clyde ,.., ..,,.... 8 0 81, Carroll, Eileen .,.,............ 122, Carson, Helen Patricia ......,, 259 251 107 172 123 123 Carter, Albert ,,..,. ........ 7 6, 77,172 Case, Marjorie ..............., 144 145 Casey, Betty Jane .... 28, 30, 152, ...,43, 112, 140, 141, Casey, Genevieve .......... 140, 141 172 Casey, Jack ,....,.,.. . .,...,,.,.,,,., 82, S3 Caswell. Miriam ..,,,,...... 144, 145 Cathey, Colleen ..,. 114, 116, 172 Cathey, Ralph ...........,,,,,,,,, 64, 65 Cattrall, Jane .....,.,........ 148, 149 Caufield, XVa1d0 ......,..,....,. 76, 77 Caufield, Wallace. .,.,.,,.,.. 66, 67 Chaffee, Mary Ann ...... 128, 129 Chamberlain, Albert ...... 60, , ....... 80, 81, 160, 161, 171, 253, 259 Bentley, Arleigh ......,. 92, 93, Bercovich, Florence ........,..... 124, Berg, Doris ..., 128, 129, 284 125, 171 142, 143 Bergtholdt, Harrison .... 104, 189, 196, 235 Berni, Ann ........,............... 122 123 Bernitt, Betty Jane .....,.. 122, 171, 252, 257 Berry, Chandler .... 102, 103, 254 Berry, Darlene, ..,............ 130, 131 Berry, Jack ...... .....,.., , ........ 6 2, 63 Bessey, Janet. ......,....,... 144 145 Bertz, Allen ...,.................... 66, 67 Betcher, Irma ................ 124, 125 Biggs, John ..,,.......,............ 90, 91 Bikman, George .....,.. 68, 69, 261 Billings, Jean .................. 114, 115 Bilyeu, Virginia ............ 120, 121 Binford. Maurice .........,.... 64, 65 Ringer, Janet .,,,.... 144, 145, 177 Bird, Carol ............,......... 142, 143 Bird, Virginia .............,.. 114, 11.5 Bittel, Charles ..,...,..... 58, 64, G5 Bjuzstad, Marion .......... 142, 143 Bjugstad, Phyllis .......... 150, 151 Blachly Frank ........,......... 68, 69 Black, Robert .....,.............. 62, G3 Blackaby, Williani .... 62, 63. 250 Bladine, Philip .........,.. 53. 82, 872 Blaine, Betty .........,........ 114. 110 T41aisdell, Worthy. .,.... ..... . .90, 91 Brous, Venita ........ 114, 115, 171 Brown, Alvin ......... ...... ....... 6 2 , 63 Brown, Betty .... 29, 128, 129, 256, 257. 271 Brown, Boyd ...,......,........... 98, 99 Brown, Cherie ........ 131, 131, 254, 2.58 Brown, Erma .........,...... 144, 145 Brown ,June .... 140,141,192 202 Brown, Marcia ...... 132, 133, 257 Brown, Marjorie .....,....., 120, 121 Brown, Hhuire ..............,. 116, 117 Brown, Sue ...................... 122, 123 Brown, Virginia ............ 118, 1151 Browne Blanche .......... 128, 129 Browning, David .............. 98, 99 Brugman, Merry ..... ,.., .106, 107 .138, 1,30 Brubaker, Marwln ....... Brugman, Helen .,..... .144, 145 Brugman, Pat ........ 144, 145 104, 255, 257 Brun. Aida ..............,....... 128, 129 Bryan, Lawrence ............,. 90, 91 Bryant, Jack ...............,.. 106, 107 Bryant, John ...,.............. 104, Bryant, Laura ....,...... ..... 1 42, 105 143 Bryson. Arthur Richard ...... 67, 171 Buchanan, Ann ..., 126, 127, 253 Buchanan, Gayle ........ 31 33 ....140, 141, 170, 171, 256, 298. 300 Buchanan, Marjorie .... 148, vo, 71 Chamberlain, George ,,,,,,,,,,,, 274 Chambers, Frank ..,,...,.. 172, 250, 252 Chamlrreau, Yvilliam. ..... 84, 85 Chandler, Alice .,,,.,,,,,, ,148, 149 148, 149 Chaney, Suzanne .......,,. Chaplim, Hayward ,,.,,,,,,,,, 74, 75 Chapman, Beulah ..,...,. 259, 262 Charman, Jeannette ......., 46, 17" 245 139, ,., Cherry, Charlotte ,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,, 257 Chilcotte, Robert .,,,,,,,,,,, 62, 63 Childers, Gerald ,,,,,,,,-,.',,,...,, 253 Childs, Allison ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,G2, 63 Christensen, Helen ....,.,. 116, 5 --------------,-.. ,............. . ..117, 172 Christensen, Robe-rf ,,,,,,,, 35, 87 Christerson, Paul ,4,4,,,,,,,, 104, , ---------,',,-,-..,.- ............ 105, 318 Christner, Robert ...... 70, 71,172 Christofferson, Lauritam... 9 Churchill, Marjory ......,, 140, 4 196 Clabaugh, Ben .... 64, 65, 233, 287 ClH11fOI1. Lydia ..,,.4.,,,,,, A1252 129 Clark, Herbert ........ 104, 105, 241 Clark, Ivan -,-...-.,. 58, 82, 83, 200 mark, Leonardn ,,,,,,,,, -N104' 105 ' 72, Blake, Marjorie ..i. 128, 129 149 241 135 171 Blaser, Genevieve .....,..,. 144, 145 Blenkinsop Robert ...,...... 62, 63 Blower, Ralph .................... 72, 73 Blanchard, Jack ..,,.... 805431, n1mI5iiX5EiQ'"siXifiE3ffffff.134.' Blaser, Eileen ........ 126, 127, Bot-kes, Lynn .... , ........,........ 70, 71 Bodner, George .,,............. 90, 95 Bogdanovich, Andrew ...,.... Boggs, Jean .... , ......,........ 120. 121 Rogue, Alvan ...,,.... ......... ..., 8 4 , 85 Bogrynska, Oscar ..........,..... 90, 91 Bohlman, Theodore ........ 60, Bohnenkamp, Betty ...... 136, 254, 262 Bolter. Phyllis ..,... 126, 127. 283 Bond, Lloyd ....,...,,....,.....,,,, 60, 61 Bond, Ray ....... .............,......, 8 6, R1 Bonness, Jean .....,,. 114, 115152 Booth, Kathleen ............ 146, 147 Buck. James ,.........,,., 62, 63. 237 Buckaleu, Elizabeth ...... 134. Buell, James ..........,,........ 64, 65 Burdick, Denton ................ 64, 65 Burgess, Dorothy .,,.,...r. 110, 148. 149 Bur,1:,fha1'dt, Oswald .,.,., 106, 107 Burke, Dorothv .,.,.......... 148, 149 Burke, Leonard ,...... .068 69, Burkitt, Ed ,......... ..,,,........ 6 4, 65 Burkitt, .Tane .................. 134, 135 Burleigh, Grace ..,.............,,.... 171 Burlingame, Ray ..... ,....,.. . 96, 97 Burness, Howard .............. 60, 61 Burnett, Margaret ..,...,. 116, Burnett. ROV ......,,...... 21. 64, 65 Burnhaifn, Barbara ....., 136, 137 Burnham, Maryalice ..., 136, 137 Burns, Betty ....,.......,...,. 144. 145 Burrows. Fred .,.................. 64, 65 Burtenshaw, Edward .... 90, 01 B'usc:he, Mary Louise .....,,..... 274 f'l2-Tk, RH-hard .....,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,, 7 3 Clarke, Edith ........ 128, 129, 172 Clarke Margaret .....,..., 128, 129 Clarkson. Sany ,..... ...,.... 1 34, 135 Claseman. George ........ 106, 107 Claska, Blaise ........,....... 102. 103 Clavton . , J. B .......,..,...... Clement. Charles ..... Clement, Robert ....... ,,.,a-4, 65 . ..,. 106,107 ..-nz 93 Clevenfrer. Alice .... 11'5f119, 172 Clifford Harold ............ 100, 101 Cline. 1Valt ........ 80, 81. Clonifler. Avery .1,..... 172, 230 02. 93. 170 Clowes, George ,,...... 190. 511, Coate. Charles .......... 82, 523, 253 Cocklin, lvlfary ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 134' 135 Coen, Robert ,,,,, 172 Coaan, Caro ..,,,,,,,,, ,132, 133, Coggins, Alice ....., 130, 131, Cohen. Hyman ..,....... Cohen, Nathan Cole Arthur ..... Iii: 257 , ......,. 94, 95 Cole: Elaine Alice ,,,... ,.,.116, 117 Cole. T-Tarold ,....,,,,. 106. 107. 172 Cole, .Tar-k. ,,........,.,............, 34, S5 Cole, Kenneth ,..,.... 102. 103, Cole. Russell ,..,....,. 102, 103, 172 Coleman. James ...,...,.... 218, 219 202,'237,'2-11 Coleman, Kathryn .,........ 132, I 190, 192 Coleman, Lewis ..,. 108, 108, 172, 254 Collier, cameron .,...,....,.,. 84, 85 Collier, Eleanor ...,...,.... 144, 145 Collier, Marie ..,...., 134, 135, 173 Collins, Barbara....144, 145, 173 Collins, Cathryn ,..,........ 138, 139 Collins, Hugh ...... 104, 105, 200 Colwell, Wilbur ........ 60, 61, 254 Compton, Arthur ...,,........,.... 274 Conaway, Norman ,... .... 1 00, 101 Conger, Alland ,......,............ 92, 93 Conley, Pauline ......,..... 142, 143 Connelly, Gordon ........ 68, 69. 261, 262 Conrad, Roger ......,.....,.,...., 64, 65 Conrad, Virginia .,.......... 138, 139 Conradt, Pauline ............ 146, 147 Cook, Dorothy ................ 136, 137 Cook, Ivy Mae ................ 148, 149 Cook, Louis ......,,.....,............... ,229 Cooley, Homer ,... SS, Stl, 104, , ,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,.,,,..,..,,.,.,..,.,. 105, 241 Coomler, John ...,.........,...... 60, 61 Cooper, Nancy ........ 138, 130, 267 Corbett, Phyllis ..... 128 129 Corbett, Scott ...... S0 "Ei 19:1 Corby, Robert ,....... 60 61, 62, 73 173 .4 Corey, George .......,.... 64, 65, Cornish, Beryl ...... 192, 123, 173 Cornutt, Vivian ..........,... 150, 151 Corser, John .... ......,. 1 06, 107, 173 Corum, Gordon ....,. ........ 1 05 103 102, 102 Cosley, Jack .................... Coughlan, John .............,.. 76, 77 Cougill, Vernon .....,...,.,,... 86, 87 Courtney, Bill .,..... .... ............. 2 1 8 Cowan, Elizabeth .....,,. 114, 115 Cox, Virginia ..... ,.,.......... 1 36, 137 Craig, George ....,.,.. Crane, Caroline ,.,.. ...........S-4, S5 ,,l....13G, 137 130 Crane, Catherine .......... 131 Crane. Larry ..., S2, 83, 231. 232 Crawford, Jack .................. 62, 63 Creager, Bob Emerson ,....... 73, 90, 91 Creighton, James ...,.. 64, 65, Crider, Betty .............,. ,..13-1, 135 Crites, Jean ..........,....,.... 116, 117 Crocker, Lauretta ........ 148, 149 ,sn Crockett, Elmo .................. 68 Crosbie. Robert ........ SO, 81, 240 Crow, YVeston ......,...,.......,. 36, 37 Cuddlebac-k, Aaron ...... 106. 107 Cummings, Lloyd -.-,----.-., 34. 351 Cummings, Bill. ,.,.... ..S0, 81, 261. 230 Chinningliam, Ali"'0 .....,--,,--,--- 50 Cunningham, Molly .....V l22. 125 Cunningham, Suzanne .... 122, 123 Curto, Rosa Lee ......,..... 142, 143 Curran, Robert ...... 102. 103. 173 Currie, Bruce ......., 54, 55, SS, Sfl. 286 Currows. Frances ....,.., 148, 149 Curtis, David ,,,..... 106, 107, 288 Curtis, Earle XYatt ..,. 100, 107 Cushing, Paul ........ 104, 105, 243 84, 102 201. Cutler, Robert ,....... .,....,..... S 0. Sl D Dachtelberg, Jane, ......, 128, 1211 Daggett, Marijane l 8, 119 Dake, Burton....72, 73, 108, 109 Dalton, VVilliam .,...... 29, 46, , 77, 173, 240 69 DeBusk Elizabeth Ann ....,,.. Eldridge, Kirk ....,................... 139 63, 204, 2.1 DeCicco, 1-larold .........,...... '12, 13 Elkington, .Jean .... 124, 120, 174 Dedman, William ........,.., ou, 0.1 Ellen, Marvin .,,,..,,...,.,...,.. 08, Deiz, Robert .......,............ 108, 109 bile, Robert, .,..... 615, 60, 106, 107 Delioning, Marion ........ 120, 121 Deli, Kenneth ..........,...,,.... '15, 79 Deinell, Charles. ,..,.., .... 1 00, lol De-Meerleer, Jerome .,,..,.. '14, 75 Denslow, Dorothy ......,... 144, 145, 257 Dent, Robert ....,........... 64, 05,200 DePittard, Romy ...... 80, 81, 441, 254 Desler, henry ..........,....,.... 92, U3 Detlefsen, Ernest ...,...,., 1.00, 101 Deutschmann, l-'aul,...52, 72, 73 Devereaux, Charles .............. 301 Ellicott, Harold ..........,..,.. 02, 03 Elliott, Floyd ....,....... 180, 81, ljilllbll, June ..................,. 136, 240 137 Elliott, Robert .....,...... 80, 81, 210 Elliott, Helen .................. 115, lil! Ellis, Clayton .... 70, 71, 194, 260 Ellis Darrel .... 86, 87 174, ,.....,.,..... ................... I 261, 262 mms, Dean .......,.,...... sz, us, 301 Ellis, Ellsworth ................ 66, 67 Elwood Alton ....,,.. 104, -Oo, Devers, Joe .,.............,.......... 80, B1 Dewey, Virginia .........,.. 148, 149 Dexter, Dorothy ........... 124, 12,1 DeYoung, Doris ............ 134, 135 Diage, Rosemary ........., 114, 115 Ely, Kenneth ...,.,.,.............. 72, 73 Emerson, 1i0,,El'l ....., 88, 89, 253 Emery, Vivian ..,..,.... 27, 112, 115, 152, 252, 256 Emison, Mary ................ 140, 141 Emmons. 1-'rank ...........,.... 76, 77 Dick, John ........ 100, 101, 194, F 260, 280 Dick, June ,,.............,.. .,.... 1 18, 119 Dickenson, Frances .........,.,,. 253 Dickhart, Alfred ...,.... 50, 53 . ......,................,,.....,..... 104, 105 Dickie, Roland, ...,.,............1 74, 75 Dickinson, Francis, ....... 134, 135 Dickson, Anne ...... ........ 1 48, 149 Di Giorgis, Evelyn ......., 148, 254 Dillard, Kathleen ...,.,...... 144, Dillon, Ardis .,.,...,.. 128, 129, 257 Dillehunt, Janet ...,,,...... 134, 135 Dixon, Ellen .,.,........ 122, 123, 256 Dodge, Mary ....,.,.,,.,...,... 132 133 Dolan, Dorothy ........... ,.,136, 137 Dolan, Pat ..........,...,.........,. 96, 97 Dominy, Mary Price .... 142, 143 Donaldson, Eileen .,...... 128, 129 Donavan, Helen .... 118,1l0, 272 Doran, Francis. ....,.,.,..,. 106, 107 Doty, Maxwell ..,.,,..,......, 106, 107 Doud, Jane .......,..,.,......... 140, 141 Dougherty, NVilliam ..,..,.... 60, 67 Douglas Bob ...........,.... 100, 101 Douglass, Harriet .....1....,...,.., 257 Downing, Lucy ..,..,,...,..... 132 133 Draeh, George .,.,.,,.,.,...,.,... 70, 71 Drager, Doris ........ 134, 135. 173 Drake, Bettylou ...... 122, 123, Draper. Harold ....,.,,,... 106, 107 Drew, Frank .,.,.... 32 46, P4 A 2 259 1':z 50 Drew Lloyd ...... ......... ...,..... S 4 , S5 Driskell, Anna Marie .....,...... Drury, Laura .....,.... 138, '29, DuBois, Martin .........,..,... 92, 93 Duden, Hal ................ 124, 65 202 Dudley, Carolyn ...... 130, 131, Dudley, Marolyn ..........,. 130, 131 Dudrey, Hallie, .... 140, 141, 173 Duffy, Kathleen ........ 25. 114, 115, 17:2 Duke Vifilfred ..,..,... Duncan, Blob,.,.,....,. Duncan, Donald ...,.,...... 173 00, Gl Dungan, John. ............... 100, Dunxfey, 'Del ......... Dunn, Jarlg .,...,........ Dunn, VVill1am .,,............. ....S4, 85 101 07 02, 63 Dwyer, John ...,, ,,,....,.,.,,,, l 04, Dykeman, Olanne ......... 125 ....62. GE! 105 253 Enders, John .... 132, 46, 100, ..,,. 101, 174, 186, 250, 287, 284 Endres, Talmadge ,..... ,... 8 4, 85 Engelke, Robert, ...,.,,. ,,,,.,, 7 4, 75 England, Cecil .........,,..,.......,., 174 England, June ,,.,,,.,,,.,,, 128, 129 England, Lillian .... 112, 124, 125 152 , . ,174 Englesby, Mary ,,.,,....,,, 138, 139 English, Lucille .......,,.,, 126, 127 Enokson, Virginia ......., 128, 129 Euler, Robert ...,..,,,... 84, 85, 251 Erickson, Evelyn ....,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 257 Erickson, Kenneth .,........ 60, es, 69, 106, 107, 195 Erickson, Patricia ...,.... 116, 117 Evieve. Robert ..............,...,...,. 274 Erlandson, Eva .... 128, 120, 271 Erlandson, Gordon .,....., 100, 10l Ernest, Anne., ......,,,,,,.,. 144, 145 Erwin. Charles...,32, 62, 63, . 174, 253 Esohebeck, Elsie .... 136, 137, 357 Eskeldson, Faith ,,,, , ,,,,,.,,,,.,.,, 174 Eslow, Yvynona. ....,,,.,.. 118, 119 Espy, Ba.rl:ara,,,. ........,... 138, 139 ESDY1 John ....,............. 96, 97 256 Essex, Jean Frances, 124, 125 Estes, TVilliam ....,,..,, 72, 73. 204, 257 174, Eustice, Winnifrede, 136, 137 Evans, Barbara ..,,,.,,..,, 144, 145 Evans, Beatrice ..,...,,,,......,..... 174 Everaert, Marion ....,... 1140. 141 Everett, VVoodrow ...,,....... 62, 62 Everton, Clyde ..... ,........... . 90 91 Eyerly. Bernice, 136, 137, 272 F Failing, Mary .,,.,,., 132, 133, 255 Fairfield, Robert .................. 108, 1011, 235 Fairhurst, Dorothy, ..... 122, 123 Faris Margaret ,,............ 136, 137 Farnsworth. Jane ........ 148, 1.49 Farr, Edythe ,,,,..,,....,,.,,,,,,.,.,,,, 137, 174, 256, 257 Farrell, John Clifford ......., 103 Farrell, Kathleen .,,..,.,.,...,.... . ............,.............. 126, 127, 257 Farrens, Helen ..,........,.. 134, 135 Faunt, Douglas ..,.....,,,.,,,,,, 83 S9 Faunt, Harold .... 58 88, 89 Feasley',William::,1l:f: .... f...s0, S1 Daly, Edward ........ 100, 101, 173 Dalrymple, Ray .......,,... 108, 109 Damon. Glen ....,................. 96, 97 Danford, Kenneth .... .....,.. 9 0, 91 Tianie-ls, Donald ,........... 100, 101 Danielson. Gilman ............ 62. 63 Danielson, Norman ..., 62 63,172 Dannals, Florence .,...... 124, 125 Dariotis, Michael ...... .,...... 7 4. 75 Darling, Mary .... , ......, 50, 134.135 Daugherty, Kay .... 130, 131, 257 Davenport, Dorthea .... 124. 125 Davenport, John ......,, 72, 73. Daw-v, James ,,.. .....l.......... 9 2, 93 David, DOUEIFLS ........ 80, Rl, 240 Davidson, Dorothea .... 254, 258 E Eadie, Robert .... .. ..,........,.. 66, 67 Eames, Janet ................., 134, 13.1 Earl, Margaret ...... 134, 135, 173 E E arley, Joe ..l..... 72, 73, arl, Quentin ......,...,....,....., 76, 77 174, 253 Easley, Norman .,...... 72, 73, 174 Eastham, Geraldine .... ...,...... 139, 257 Eaton, Charles .......,.... 96, 97, Eaton, Glenn .... 62, 63, 177, 260 Eaton, Leonard .,.,.,........., 62, 63 Ehi Marilyn .....,...... 130, 131, 174 Elnright, Arthur ..............., 92, 93 Edelson, Zanly .,...,..............., 274 Eddy, Allison .......,,... 98, 99, 256 Eddy, James ..,. ..........,.,.....,. 6 0, 61 4 dge, Donald .........,............ 68, 69 Davirison, Harry ..,..,..,. 104, 105 Davidson, John .,.......... 102. 103 Davidson, Neil ................ 83 39 Davidson. Richard. .,...,..... 90, 91 Davis, Alan ........ 62, 63, 78. Davis, Frederick ,..... RZ, 83, 241 Davis, .Tack ................ 72, 73. 288 Davis, Lucile .......... 124, 125, 143, 173 Davis, Orin .....l.................... 92, 93 E Eclinger, Charles ......,....... 86, 87 Edmonds, Laura .... 140, 141, 174 Edmunds, Maude ....,..,,........, 133, 259 Edwards. Paul ,.....,,........ 106, 107 Ehlers, Frederick ..,,...... 100, 101 Ehlers, George ...,..,......, , ..... 72, 73 Ehrman, William ..,... 94, 95, Davis, Stanley ........,, 76, 77, 106 Day, Charles ............,............. 274 Day, Franklin ...l..............., 62, G3 Dean, Anne ..... ....... 1 16, 117, 255 Dean, Phoebe .,...........,.. 116. 117 Dean. Tloherf ,......,.... 72 73, 287 DeArn1ond, Robert .... 31, 112, 95 109 Ehrsam. Herb, .,................. 62, 63 Eichner Kenneth .......... 100. 101 Eigner, Bill .....,...,......... .,.. . ,70, 71 Ekstrom, Edith ...................... 129, 142, 143 Elder, Phyllis ,.....,.....,.. ...1-10, 141 Fedor, Lewis ,............ .......,. 6 8, 69 Felt, Janet ...... 132,133, 17-4, 298 Fendall, Reed ....,..................... .........,..l74, 250, 252 259, 287 Ferraris, Edwin ......,. 68, 69, 106, 107 Ferrey, Lloyd ......, .,.,.,,, 1 04, 105 Fessell, Emma ..........,... 136 137 Fetsch, Carter .,...... ,..,,,,,, S li, 87 , . Field, Oliver ..........,. ......,. 7 8, 79 Fields, Francesni, ...,.... 116, 117 4 Fiksdal, Betty ...,.......,,, 1.18, 119 Fillmore, A. James .,,............, 275 Filsinger, Jack ...... 106, 107, 250 Finch, Howard ............., 102, 103 Finch, Willliaxn .,................ 76, 77 Flnck, Lucille .........,.............. 262 Findtner, Robert ........ 82, 83, 241, 286 Finnegan Margaret .... 126,1.27 Eisher, Frederic ..,......,.... 62, 63 4 isher, Harold ...............,., 96, 97 Fisher, Milton ..,,.... 1.04, 105, 106, 107 Fitch, Ruth .,.,,..,............ 136, 137 Fitchard, Robert ....,. 96, 97, 223 Flanagan, Jack .....,,.,.......,. 96 97 Flegel, Sue .....,................ 136, 137 Fleming, Jeanne ....,..... 138, 139 Flynn, Cecile .......,.,.,...... 1.22, 123 Folgedalen, Bob ,..,..,....... 088, 89 Forbes, Ben . .....,,...... 72, 73, 174 Forden, Lesley, ...,,.. 78, 79, 175 Fornas, William .... 100, 101, 200 Forrest, Eleanor .... 134, 135. 272 Fort, Sam ,....... 27, 46, 62, 63, 201. 202, 250, 253 Fortmiller, Earl .....,.,.l...... 64, 65 Foskett, VVillia1n ........ 06, 67, 204, 222 Foster, .Janet .... ............ 267 roster, Jean ......,.,. ..,..,. 1 26,7127 Foster, Robert .................... 78, 79 Foster, William ....,.,, 02, 63, 286 Fouch, Miriam ...... 134, 135, 152 Fowler, Steve ....,,.....,.....,........ 235 Fox, Quarles ..,....................l 02, 93 Fox, Everett .................. 106, 107 Fox I-larold ,............ .....,....,...... 2 35 Frager, William ........ 94, 95, 250 Frahm, Helen ...l............ 12-l, 125 Francis, Clarence ............ bd, 83 Frazen, Iris .... 116, 117, 175, 293 Franzwa, Joan. ..... 124, 125, 175 Frazee, Harold .,.... 175, 252, 287 Fredericksen, Anne ...,.. 134, 193, 255, 271 Freel, Daniel .......,,.,......, 106, 107 Freeny, Willizim ....,....,,..... 70, 71 French, Charles ,.............,, 82, 83 French, Leona ........ ...........,. 1 75 Frizzell, Joe ..,. ....., ...,....... 5 4 , 55 Frizell, Porter ..,...,............. 76, 77 Fruit, Jack, ..,.... GS, 69, 106, 107 Frun, Aida ......,,.............. 128, 129 Fry, Donald ..,..... 68, 60, 106, 175, 241, 250 Fray, John ...............,.,.... 104, 105 Frye, Max .,,,....,..,.... 49, 102, 103 Fukucla ....,.,........,..............., 00, 91 Fulton, Barbara ........., 138, 139 Fulton, Robert ..,...., 174, 251, 301 Fuller, Miriam .,..........l........... 175 Fulton, Mary ..........,..... 138, 139 Furrell A. VV .......,......l........,. 233 Fuson, Thomas, 66, 67, 175, 251 Futter, Beatrice ............ 128, 1221 G Gaeden, Norman .................... 175 119 Gadwa, Eva .......,,....,.,..., 118, Gale, Lauren .... ..S0, 81, 212, 254 Galer, Elizabeth, 124, 125, 262 Gallis, Michael ................,.,,..,. 175 Galloway, YVesley ......., 106, 107 Ganger, Garland, 100, 101, 175 Gardner, Lois .... .....,,..,,.,, 1 28, 129 Gardner, Phyllis, 138, 139, 192 Garretson. Robert .......... 104, 175, 294 Garretson, Thelma ...,.,,. 114, 175 Gartley, Harriet ..,,.,,,,,,, 128, 129 Gassman, William ............ SS, 89 Gaston, Mary ..,..........,.,,l 136, 137 Gates, Carrol ...,.,..., 106, 107, Gates. Vincent ........,.,,,,,,,, 78, 79 Gatewood, Mary ,,,,,,,,,,,, 126, 127 Gavin, Jack ..,.,. 76, 77, 210, 253 Gay Lois .........,.,.,.....,...... 136, 137 Gebhardt, Theodore ......., 64, Gee, Ned ....,.,,..,.,,,,,,.,,,.,,,,,,, 72, 73 Geisler, Paul .............. 74, 75, 175 Geneste, Rosemary ,.., 1138, 1.39 Giddings. Betty ..,,...............,,. 272 Gieseke, Vkfilliam ..,...,.,,,, 278 288 Giesy, John .,...,....... ..,,..,. 9 2, 93 Gifford, Richard ,..,...., 100, 101. Gill 1fVarren ,,...,....l..,...... ,,., 6 4 65 Gillam, Helen .,.......,., .,., 1 32, 133 Gillanders, Kenneth .... 175, 251, 252 Gilmour, Amos ..,...,...,.., 106, 107 Gilpin, Burton ......., 104, 105, 108, 109 Gimre, Kermit .... 50, 92, 93, 175 Giovanini, Nello .... 102, 103, 205, 209, 254 Gjording, Lorraine ........ 1 48 272 Glad, Maxine ...,...... 54, 122, 1.23 Glover. Majeanne ,.......,. 132 133 Goff, Vic .,l,..,.,,,..,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,, , ,175 Godlove, Brunhilda ...,.. 116, 117 Golden, Shelden, ..... ....108, 109 Goldsmith, Margaret .... 114, Gomes, Donald ,.,,.,..,,,,,,,, 100,101 Good, Don .............. ......1 1 06, 107 Good, Dorothy .,.,1, ,,.,,,, 1 38 139 Good, Gerald ,....., . ,,,,,,. 70, 71 Good, Hal .....,,..,, ,,,,,,,,,,, 6 2, 63 Good, Louise ,..,,,,, ,,,,,, 1 33, 139 Goodell. Elane ........,..,.... 140. 141 Goodfellow, Bob .....,.. 62. 63, , ......... 175. 254, 259 284, 287 Gooclhue, Wil1iam....60, 61, 254 Goodwin, James ,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,. 33, 39 Gordon, .Tack .,...,.... 216, 217, 218 Gore, Dorothy ......... , .... 136, 137 Gore, Max-yneal ,,,,,,,.,,,. 132, 139 Gore Patricia ....,.,,......,. 138, 139 Goresky, Janet ..,...,..... 122, 123 Gorrell, Helen ........ 112, 130, Gorrill, Jack ........,,...,...,..... 96, 97 Gould, Floyd .,.,.,,,.,..,,,,,, 106, 107 Gould, Philip ,.,.,....... 76, 77, 283 Grabb, Connie ,,,,,,,,,,,, 72 73, 204 Grabe, Arthur ..,..,,..,,,,,,, 108, 109 Gradv, Dick ,,.,,.,...,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 96, 07 Graff, Jule ....... ........ 6 0, 61, 252 Gragg, Dick ........,.,.,,., ,,,. ,,,, 98, 99 Graham, Fred ............., 102, 103 Graham, Vlfilliam .......,...... 76, 77 Grant, George .........,.,........ 84, 85 Grant, Robert .,..,...,.., 90, 91, 176 Grant, 1Vilbur ............,....... 98, 99 Gravelle, Carl ..................., 92, 93 Gray, Edna ........ ,...... ..... 1 1 6, 117 Graybeal, Gerald ...,.,., 62, 63, 201, 204, 208 Green, Charles ........,,.......... 90, 91 Green, Joe .......................... 98, 99 Green, John .........,.............. 70, 71 Greenough, Tallant ...,,,,... S0, 81 Greenup, VVilbur ........., 102, 103 Greenup, VVilbur ...........,...,.... 176 Greenwood, Lois ............ 124, 125 Grepe, Janet .,.....,.. 122, 123, 176 Gridley, Bob ........ 50, 96, 97, 191 Griffin, June ,... .....,...,.... 1 28, 129 Griffin, Vernon ....A.......1.....,... 275 Heinrich, Mortimer ........ 72, 73 Helsler, Izelta .,.,.,..,,.,,, 116, 117 Helgren, Clayton ,............. 74, 75 1-ielgren, Ira ........,,, ,.,,.,,,,..,, 7 4, 75 Helikson, Dale ......,..,.... 106, 107 Helikson, Irma. .....,...,.... 146, 147 Helon, Marvm .,.,.....,.. .,l.102, 103 Helterline, Russel l ............ 86, 87 Hendershott, Mildred, 116, 117 Hendershott, Robert ....,... 96, 97 Henderson, Alice ...,...... 126, 127 Henderson, Barbara ..., 122, 123 Henderson, Mary, 134, 135, 252 Henderson, Morris, 86, 87, 261 Hendricks, Fred ........,,.,.... 64, 65 Hermann, Claudie .......... 142, .. .................,........l......... 143, 176 Hermann, VVilliam ........ 106, 107 Herndon, Max ..............., 108, 109 Huntus, Mildred ,,,,,.,,,,,, 136, 137 I-Iurlburt, Jean ...,..,.,...., 128, Hurlburt, Augustus..6S, 69, Hurlburt, Gaines ,,.,,,... ...,, G 6, Hurney, Andrew ,,.,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 126 Hurst, Ellen .......,... Hurst, Helen .....,...,.,.,..,, 134, 1-Iusk, Ronald ............ 92, 93, Huston, Erma ......., 142, 143, Huston, Joe .,.............. 92, 93, Hutchins, Dorothy ........ 126, Hutchins, Mary Alice, 1.48, ,..,..... , 129 177 67 218 127 135 204 177 284 127 149 Hutchins, Thomas ,.......,.., 62, 63 Hutchinson, Helen .....,.. 148, 257 Hutchinson, Janet ........ 136, 137 Hutchinson, W'illiam.. ...... 98, 99 Hutchinson, Richard ..,... 82, Griffith, Ralph ..,.............., 76, 77 Grimm, James .................... 92, 93 Griswold, Dorothy ....., 146, 147 Grossman Kathleen .... 126, 127 Grover, Regina .... 132, 133, 176 Groves, Jean ................. ,..13S, 139 Grunseth, Roald .......,....i... S-1, S5 Guilinet, Peggy .... ..13S, 139, 176 Guiss, Russell ,... ....,....... 1 00, 101 Gulovson, Jean ........ 128, 129. 262 Gunn, Ellouise ................ 122, 123 Gustavson, Blanche ...... 1.24, N 136, 131 Guthrie, Dorothy ...,...,.. 136, 137 H Hodgen, Jack .........,...... 100, 101. Haener, Harold .... 55, 80, 81 245, Hafner, Jeannette ..i....... 140, Hagg, Marian .......,........ 148, Hague, Joseph ,....,....,.....,,.. 64, Haig, June ............ 116, 117, Haines, Robert ..., .. ...... 54, 66, Hakkirup, George .......... 108, Hale, Elizabeth .,......,..... 128, Hale, Miriam ......,........... 128, Haley, XVende1l ..,...,,...... 106, Haliski, Chester. .,,. 1.82, 83, Hall, Barnard ...... 30, 33, 34, 35, 40, 98, 99, 160, 161 250 255 149 G5 259 67 109 129 129 107 234 Herns, Reva ...,....,..,........ 136, 137 Herronkohl, Ann .,.,.....,,. 120, 121, 176 Herzog. Robert .....,..., 94, 95, 282 Hess, Clayton ..........,.......,. 74, 75 Hewitt, Harry .....,.......... 104, 105 Hewitt, Jean .....,.,.. .,.,.,.. 1 46,147 Hilmbard, Jane .......,....,,.......... 275 Hic-hens, Fred ............ 84, 85, 250 Hickey, Sheridan .........,., 66, 67 Hickson, Hamilton ..... ,.,.... 8 0, Sl Hiebert, Anna. . .,.,.................., 275 Higginbothani, Ruth, 126, 127 Higgins, Mary Janet, 140, 141 Hildreth, William ., ...,.,,... 78, 79 Hill, James ....,......,.......... 102, Hillman, Ruth ................ 134, Hillway, Charlie ...... 68, 69, Hitlon, Nancy Ann ......,. 138 103 135 286 Hitchock, Frank ...... 86, 87, 179 Hixon, Lorraine .,,,,....,...,.,.... 2:17 Hoagland, Charles .,,..,...... 62, 63 Hoc-h, Theodore ................ 78, 79 Hobson, Stanley ..,...,. S6, 87, 176, 261 I-Iochuli, Robert. ,,..... 63, 64, 194, 283 HOL-kett, Jay ,,..,,..,. 1.00, 101. 176 Hockett, Ray ,...... ..,100, 101,177 Holcomb, Ray ....,........... 108. 109 Hodes, Harry ....,..... 106, 107, 250 Hodgen, Gilbert ..,......... 100, 101 Hodge, Louise ..........,,..., 116, 117 Hoefer, Robert ....,........,..., 68, 69 Hoffman, Alice ....,......,.. 146, 147 Hoffman, Hugh ......,.,,...... 90, 91 Hoffman, Lloyd 76 77 260, 'zss H0ffiIi5Hf'ii5f5iif1 ....., ' .......S4, S5 Hoflich, Clair Neil ,,,..... 10s, 109 Hofman, Harold .......... SO, S1 ............l...... ...... 2 35, 253, 258 Ho an Lois ,.,,..,.,,.......,,, 126, 127 193, 210, 260 Hyde, Fredrick .................. 98, 99 Hyland, Ansel ............,... 106, 107 Hylton, Conrad .,.......,...,.. 68, 69 I Igoe, Cecil .............,.............. 80, 81 lgoe, Charles P. ...,. MSG, 87, 235 lgoe, Clare ..,. 32, 40, 52, 167, 256, 262 lmler, Randall ....,........... 108, 109 Imus, Doris ........,,.......... 144, 145 Ingram, Jack ........,............. SG, 87 lnnocenti, Marino ,....... 108, 109 lnskeep, Thomas ...... 78, 79, 204 Irwin, Charles, ................... 62, 63 Irby, Elizabeth .........,..., 130, 131 Ireland, Homer .,........., 106, 107 Irvin, Grace .......,......,,.... 144, 145 Irvine, Helen .........,,....,., 126, 127 Irwin, Hughey ,... ......., 8 O, 81, 240 Iseli, Russell ....,,.. 49 92 93, 260 Isler, Marjorie ...,.,........ 148, 149 Iwata, Herbert ..,.....,.....,.,, 74, 75 Jauklin, Ruby ..,..........,,. 148, 1-19 Jacxson, Charlene .,...... 118, 119 Jackson, Eleanor .......,,. 122, 123 Jackson, George ,,.. 102, 103, 241 Jackson, Ivalo ......,..,.,..,,.....,.. 241 Jackson, Paul ......,..,.i 80, 81, 240 Jackson, Robert Arthur ..,. , ....,.....,.........,.,............ 102, 103 Qckson, Rohertt Arthur 108, 109 Jackson, Vvilliam ....,,......., 90, 91 Jacobs, Olga .....,.,.,,..,.,,. 116, 117 Jacobs, Tom ..,.,.,,.,.... 92, 93, 177 Jacobsen, Erling .....,.. 76, 77, 204 Jahn, Harold ......,,..,.......,... 96, 97 James, Irene ..,............,..,. 124, 125 Jones, Evelyn ..,..... , ......... 128, 129 Jones, Howard ........,..,...... 64, 65 Jones, James ........, ......., 8 4, 85 Jones, XVarren ....... .....,,.,..... 1 78 Jordan, Robert .........,.... 100, 101 Jossy, Margaret .........,,. 1.44, 145 Judkins, Marcia ............ 142, 143 Judy, Frederick ....,.....,,...,,,.... 275 Juola, Eino .....,,....,.... 82, 83, 234 K lxaapke, XVallace ......,. 96, 97, 258, 305 Kahn. Alan ,...... ...,.......,....... 9 0, 91 Kaiser, VVilliam ...........,........., 275 Kalina, Rudolf .,....,..,,..... 102, 103 Kane, Elizabeth ...,..,...,, 126, 127 Kanzler, Reinhold .........,...,.... 275 Karstens, Andres .,.......... 62, Karstens, Hans ................ 62, Kato, Masa ............,... TS, 79, 178 Kaufman, Sidney ............ 94, 95 Kaufman, Wendell ................ 223 keen, Robert ,..,,.. ..... ,....,,... 9 2 , Keep, Barbara ............., 132, 133 Keller, Betty ...,...,...,,....... 122, 123 Keler, Chester ......,......,.. 108, 109 Keler. Wfalter ,........... 60, 61, 254 Kelly, Marguerite ......,. 120, 121 Kelley, Mignon ....., 116, 117, 252 Kelly, Laura Marguerite..,,17S Kelsey, Louis ...,........ ,.,..,.. 7 2, 73 Keltv, Glandon .,................ 64, 65 Kemler, Zane ..., 72, 73, 190, 'P ,210 Kempton Virgina ..,..... 136, 137 Kendall, Jean ...,.,.... 49, 120, 121 Kennedy, Donald ........ 64, 65, 205, 284 Kennedy, James Charles, 275 Kennedy, Mary Frances Kenyon, Charles ,... ........... , 98, 99 Kern. Charles ......,.......,,.... 96, 97 Kerr, Margaret ....,. 140,141 178 Kestly, John. .,......,..,........... 64, 65 Ketchum, Barbara ...... 120, 121 Ketchum, Donna, 120, 121, 202 Ketchum, Ruth .,..,. 120, 121, 254. 258 Keyes, John ...,............ 76, 77, 178 Kidder, Robert ...,.,.. 78, 79, 178 Kilkenny, Ilene ............ 136, 137 Kilpatrick, Margaret .... 136, 178 Kilpatrick, Samuel Jarngs 3 King, Eercel ........................ 64, 65 Kirkpatrick, Jim ......,.........,... 178 176, 251 253 Hall, George ...,.,........ 70, 71, 301 Hall, Howard .......,........ 106, 107 Hall, Jane ..,,.,.,............,... 144, 145 Halley, Richard .....,..,....... 72, 73 Halverson, Anna .....,..,... 128, 129 Hamer, Herbert ..,...,,....,... 84, S5 Hamilton, Betty Jane, 126, 127 Hamilton, Jeanne ........ 148, 149 Hamley, Patricia, 134, 135, 272 Hammond, Bruce ..,..... 100, 101 Hammond, Virginia .... 134. 135 Hampton. Judith ...,...... 144, 145 Hand, Caroline .........,.. 30, 48, 145, 176. 2218 IT Jeffryes, Hazel. .,......,.... 120, 121 Hankinson, Duke ....,....... 96, Hannamen, Jim ..,............. 84, . S5 S , Hoke, Joan ......,,.,.,,,,,,,,,., 138, 139 Holcomb, Ray .... 88, 89, Holcomb, Sanford ....,... , Holden, Ber 106, 107 106 107 yl .,.................. S2, S3 Holdman, Ora May .,... ,130 131 Holland, Gordon .... 106, 107, 177 Hollaway, Harry .....,,......... 96, 97 King, Evelyn ........ 118, 119, 17S King, Pearl ............,......... 142, 143 King, Rudolph .,......,....... 1.06, 107 Kingsley, Mary Grace 121, 253 Kirchhofer, Evalyn .... 128, 129 Kirigin, John .......,.......... 178, 300 Kirkpatrick, Don .,........ 100, 101 Kirkpatrick, Floyd. ..... 100, 101 Jameson, Dustin ,...,..,... 1.36, 97 Jantzen, Carl .....,..,,,. 80, 81, 240 Janes, Dolph ,............. 92, 93, 301 Jarrett, Margaret ........ 150, 151 Jarvis, James ........ 104, 105, 241 Jeffers, Elizabeth ........., 132, Kirkpatrick, XVil1ia1n ...... 72, Hannegan, John ................ SO, S1 Hannifin, Arthur .....,........ 96 07 Hanscam, Merle ..,,..,..... 104, 105 Hanscam, Vernon .......,. 104, 176, 200, 241 Hansen, Jens .,..,,.....,.......,,, 92, 93 Hanson, Elmer ...........,.... 96, 97 Hanson, Orva .,..........,... 142, 143 Hanson, 1Vade, 98, 99, 176, 252 Harbert, Derald .... 104, 105, 241 Harbert, Jeannette ...,,. 120, 121 Harbert, YVayne .... 2, 28, 48, 104, 105. 176, 261 Hardy, Robert .,,, 96. 97, 212, Hardy, Ruth ................ ,.., 1 30, 131 Hargis, Ross ...........,.......... 98, 99 Harkins, Helen ........,..... 114, 115 Harner, Blair ...,,......,.,...... 90. 91 Harris Norman ............ 108, 109 Harrison, Paul .................. 92, 93 Harrison, Rosemary .... 1.18. 119 Harrison, VVilbur ....,......... 68, 69 Harrow, VVilliam ..,........,.... 64, 65 Hartwick, Geraldine .... 122, 123 Harvey, Mary. ......, 11 6 Holmes, Dorothy ....,..,.......,.... 275 Holmes, Jean ...,.....,........ 132, 133 Holmes, Theodore .... 80, 81, 240 Holstine, Marian .......,.. 148, 149 Holt. Barbara ......,. 148 149, 257 Holt, Norman ........,..... 54, S0, 81 109 Holton, Irvin Sanford, 108, Holmback, Alice ........,........... 256 Hong, Isabella ......,,... ..... 1 36, 137 Hoover, Muriel .... , .......,. 128, .129 Hoover, Mae. ,,.,............... 140, 141 Hope, Jean ...........,...,...... 2 10... Hopper, Dorthie Mae ........,,,. 103 275 Horenstine, Milton .....,,..,.. 94, 95 Horner, Muriel ,.., 120, 121, 129 Horning, Robert ....,........... 60, 61 Horstkotte, Esther ...... 138, 139 Jenks, Marlowe ......,.,......... 68, 69 Jenkins, Bill ..................,.,... 64, 65 Jenness, Joan ..,.........,.., 126, 127 Jennings, Ora Mae .........,.,.... 275 Jensen, Ellroy .,.,........ 64, 65, 204 Jensen, Elmo, .......,... 68, 69, 177 Jensen, Raymond .,......,... 92, 93 Jensen, Virginia ,.........., 116, 117 Jermain, Leonard. Jesse, Marion .................. 132, 133 Jessen, Vifilbur ..........,........,.... 17? Jewel, Alice .........,.......... 148, 149 Jewel, Hans Raymond 77, 177, 212, 215, 254 Johnson, Beth. .,............, 134. 135 Johnson, Beulah, ........,.. 148, 149 Kirtley, Kenneth. ...,. 72, 73, 261, 286 Kissling, Virginia 148, 149, 178 Kitchen, Rosalynne .... 148, Kittreclge, YValter ........,... 98, 99 Kletzer, Constance .... 27, 42, 132, 133, 179 Kliks, Bernard .................... 78, 79 Klonoff, Phoebus ............ 68, 69 Klosterman. Peter ...,.... Kluger, Sidney ..,.,,,,..,.,,,,,, 69, 69 101, 179 ....S0. 81 Knapp, Robert ...... 100, Kneass, Jean ..........., 54, 134, 135 Kneeland, Hartley ................ 240 Knight, George ............ 49, 86, 87 Knight, Vvilliam ........., 54 86, 87 Knox, Robert. ................. 106, 107 Knudsen, Roy ..........,......,,, 68, 69 Koch, Earl .................,........ 64, 65 Kolstad, Verajean 132, 133, 257 Kopp, Laura .....,.,........., 132, 133 Kortge, Karolyn ............ 146, 147 Koskelo Elmer ...............,...... 222 Kraft, Vlfalter ......... ....... , 68, 69 Krager, Rubert ........ .,.. 7 2 73 , 117, 48. 149 Kramer, Maxine ,...... ..... 1 30, Hastings, Marjorie ....,... 136. Haskins, 'Vlfilbur ............ 102. 103 Hasselrooth, Glenn .....,.......... 53 I-lasting, Virginia .,.,,,..,. 136 137 Horstkotte, Gerry ...,,....... 66, 67 Hoskins, Richard ,..... 62, 63. 177 Hossack, Betty .............. 130. 131 Houghton, Iola .... 118, 119. 177 Houghton, Orest ........ SS, 89, 256 Houghton, Ray ....... ........... S 0, S1 Houston, Joe .,,...,..................... 204 Howard, Carolyn ...,...... 134, 135 Howard, Helen ...........,.. 122, 123 Howell, Retty .......,.,.,.... 140, 141 Howell, Helen ....,........... 122, 123 Hoxie, VVilliam ....,.., 84, 85, 254 Kramer, Frank ......,.,....,,.,. 66, 67 Johnson, Donald ,..... 31, 46, 46, 58, 101, 103, 177, 248, 253 Johnson, Dorothy .,...... 140, 141 Johnson, Dorothy Louise 136, 137, 177, 256, 257, 294 Johnson, Eleanor ...,...... 114, 115 Johnson, Georgiana ,.,, 116, 117 Johnson, Harvey .,.... 88, 89, 253 Johnson, James ..,......,............ 273 Johnson, Janice .......,.... 148, 149 Johnson, Margaret ....,... 140, Johnson, Marjorie, ....... 130, 131 131 Krantz, Gordon ................ 84, 85 Kreml, Fred ........ GS, 69, 106, 107 Hoyt, Shirley,126,127,139,137 Johnson, Melvin, ..,,.,. 96, 97, 231, 250 Johnson, Norma ,..,,,..,,., 148, 149 Jolmson, Philip .....,.. 76, 77, 178 Hang, Waltei' ........,.,,..,..... 90, 91 Hawkes, Bill .................,.. 96, 97 Hawkins, Elbert ...,.......,...,,..... 53 Hay, John .....,........... .....,.. 6 2, 63 Hayashi, 'Pom .,..i.................... 226 Haydon, Florence ,..,... .118, 119 Hayman, Paul ....,....,.,...,.... '74, 75 Hays, Eleanor ......., 140, 141, 257 Hayward, Stewart, .....,...,. 90, 91 Healy, Louis ........,........... 100, 101 Hearn, Edward. 92. 93, 298, 300 Heath, Elizabeth .... 128, 192176 Hebard, Harold ..,,.................. 176 Held, Philip ,.,..... 68, 69. 106, 107 T-Teidel, Frederick .... 66, 67, 176 Heidman, Evalyn .......,.. 142, 143 Heider, Jessie ..............,. 136. 137 T-Teilig George .......... 92, 93. 283 Hein, Ross ..,1.........,........,..... 82, S3 Hozanfel, Gerald ,.,....,.,.... 70, 71 Hubbard, James ,,.... 64, 65, 177 Huemmer, Jack ................ 66, 67 Huffaker, Anna Marie .,...... Huffman. Dorothy ....... .136, 137 Hufford, Leonard, 106, 107, 177 Hufford, Ralph ........,..... 106, 107 Hughes, Ben ,..... ......,..... 1 08, 109 Hughes, Jean ..............,. 134, 135 Hughes, Jeanne, ........., 128, 129 Huzhes, Oliver ......,........,.. 76, 77 Hulett, Russel .,.....,. ,,....., . ..74, 75 Hultenbersq. 'Nfarian .,.. 134 135 wmnohrey. George .......... 96. 97 Hunt, Allan. ,..... . .........,.,....., 90, 31 Hunt, Lorraine .... 146, 147, 259 Hunt. Nancy ..,,... ..... ...... 1 4 4, 145 Huntley, Jeremiah .,.. ,.., 7 2, 73 Johnson, Ruth ,,.. 122, 123, 178 Johnson, Stanley, .........,.. 86, S7 Johnson, Steve A. M, .......... 275 Johnson, Wesley' ,.....,........, 92, 93 Johnsrud, Kenneth, 82. 83, 226 Johnston, Frances ,... 28, 112, 134,135,152,168, 169,178 252 Johnston, Franke ,............ .72, 73 Johnston, Helen ..,......,.. 120, 121 Johnston, Janet .,..,....... 120, 121, Johnston, Ralph ........ 88, 89, 178 Jolly. Robert ....,.....,.........,... 66, 67 Jollyrnan, Martha ..,,..., 136, 137 Jones, Barbara ,.,. 136, 137, 179 Jones Bill .......,.. 72, 73, 178. 250 Jones, Rus .....,..,.,,.......,....,... 82, S3 Jones, Elizabeth Ann ..., 114, 148, 149 Krietz Albert ........ 102, 103, 210 Kroessin, Robert ......,... 106, 107 Kroschel, Sam ..., 84, 85, 179, Kruckman, Louise ........ 126, 170, 179 Krutzler, Valeria, 116, 117, 179 Krueger. Forrest ......... .... 6 R, 87 Kuokka, Hubard ....,. 53, 68, , ........ ,.,.........,........ 6 9, 106, 107 Kupfer, VValter.. ........,...... 92, 93 Kurowski, Helen ........,. 1.48. 149 Kurtz, Betty T.ou .,... ..,. 1 26, 194, 253, 255 L Labbe, Helen ,... , .........., 138 139 LaBonte. Robert ..... ....,.,.. , .62, 63 Lacy, Milo .,.....,.,.... 179, 254, 284 Lafferty, Ralph ,,...... 92, 93, 226, 228 Lagassee, Jane ,.,. .... 4 9, 119, 141, 252 Lagan, Marie ..... ,.,..,..... .,........ 1 7 9 Lamb, Reese ..,................. 70, 71 Lamka, Arthur, ............... 70, 71 Lance, Larry ..,....,.... 80, 81, 204 Landeen, Forrest ,......,.. 108, 100 Landreth, Lillian .......... 118, 119 Landreth, Mildred .,.,.,.. 114, 115 Langford, Georgiana 147 252, 259 Langsdorf, Gordon ...,. 2 .,..,,,... Langston, Jay .................. 92, Larkin, Richard ................ 82, 83 Larsen, Kenneth .............. 70, 71 Larsen, Menton ...,............ 88, 89 Larson Lynch, Patricia ............ 144, 145 Lynch, Philip ....,.,..,.. 84, 85, 286 Lyon, Willialn Leon ...... 100,101 M Mc,-xfee, Donald ....,,...... 106, Mcfxlear, Kathleen .,...,.. 116, 252, 259 McAlister, Doris ......,..... 128, McBreen, Barbara ..,,.... 118, 107 129 180 150 McCallum, Jean .,.. 144, 145, McCarter, Frances Alice .,.. Marnie, James ........ , 1ua.1'L'u w , Au u11'yl'l... Maursh, Brlscllla ...... ma.:-snall, Donald .... .90, UI, 254 ...,...........Z5d .......l4d, 1.43 , ....,.,.. QZ, 63 lN.Lzu'Shal1, Wlllialh .... 90, UT, , .... no, 215 Morris, Robert E .... ,72, 73, Morrison, Frances ........ 128, Morrison, Robert .............. 86 Marshik, Archle ...................... 260 .neu 1.11, ' 298 Adrian. .... . .,............ .. 181 120 87 Morrow, Doris ....,....,.,.... 142, 14.5 Morrow, Kathryn .......... 146, 147 Morrow, Robert .............. 106, 181, 254 Morse, Robert.. .,................ 76, T7 Mortimer, VVi1liam .... 62, 63, 241 Moser, Robert ...........,..,,,... 72, 73 Mount, James ...,.........,. ,.... 9 Z 93 Mountain, James ....,..... 106, 107 Mueller, Alice. ,...., ......... 1 28, 129 Mullen, Ford .......,,,.... 96, 97, 218, 254 Mulligan, Doyle ............,.,, T0, 71 Mulvey, Robert ................ 70, 71 Munro, Phyllis ..........,..... 128 129 Jean ...... ,...142, 143, McC1ung, Jack .....,.....,........ 66, 67 , 179 Larson, Lorraine .......... 128, 129 Larson Louis, 84, 85, 179, 256 Larson, Virgil Chester ........ 275 Larson, WVilbur, GS, 69, 106, 1.07 Lasselle, Courtney .......... 88, 286 Lasselle, Dale .... 64, 65, 204, .........254, 284, 287 Lattirnore Paul ........ 68, 59, 179 Luaderback, Bill .............. 72, 73 Laurenson, Bob ................ 72, 73 Lavers, Barbara .......... 140, 141 N 129, 180, 253 McCarthy, Patricia ...,,...,. 49, 126, 127 McCarthy, Wi1lia.m.,88, 89, 180 McCartney, Francis ..,...,...,... 275 McCarty, Mary Webster .... 146, 147 McColIough, Mz1rjorie..126,127 MQo5i'iiiHi"'iiEl'i?iIiff1ffQff16iQ 103 Murdock, Catherine ..... 122, Lawry, Gordon .....,. ....,,.. 9 6, 97 Layman, Earl ......... ..,...., 1 58, 99 Leonard, Ed, ........ .......,........ 2 35 Lee, Bette .......... ....... 1 16, 117 Lee, Elaine .........,............ 142, 143 Lee, Howard ..........,................ .179 Lee, Jason ...,......................,. 82, S3 Lee, Robert .... 104, 105, 179, 261, 262 Leighton, Dorrls .... 136, 137, 257 Leighton, .Tack Richard, 84, S5 Leinan, Clarence ..,,......,......... 179 Leisinger, Margaret .... 136, 1.37 Lemen, Pauline Roberta McComb, John .................... 78,79 McCord, Jacqueline ...... 144, 145, 202 McCork1e, Virginia ......., 120, 180, 256 McCormick, John Martin .... McCormick, NVa1te1' ........ 74, 75 McCoy, Frances ............ 116, 117 McCracken. Leota. ........ 142, 143 McCrea, Ann Marie ...... 140, 141 McCulloch, Marjorie .... 146, 148, 149 McCullough, Robert ......,. 76, 77 McDona1d,LaVanue .... 148, McDonald, Lela ...... ...... 1 48, McFaul, Kelth ...........,........ 74, McGaughey, Sam ........ 1223, Leonard, Edward .......,...... 64, 65 Leonrad, Ruth ............. 1120, 121 LePine, John ...,.................. 74, 75 Lesh, Leo .........,.................. 98, 99 Leuck, Katherine ................ 179 Levy, Jack ..,........... 226, 227 254 Levy, Milton ..... ........... ........ 9 8 , 99 Lew, Jack ..,. 72, 13, 179, 258, 149 149 75 224 Lieberg, Carvel .............. 106, 107 145 284, 287, 2258 Lew, Lawrence, 72,753,196 258 Lewis, Addison ..,,..,. 60, 61, 254 Lewis, Betty .................. 142, 143 Lewis, Donald .......--.,.,,.... 95, U7 Lewis, Hazel ........ 142, 143, 179 Lewis, Helen ...,,... 128 129, 179 Lewis, Iris .,........,, 142, 143, 25.1, Lewis, John ........ 96, 97, 179, . ,,,,,,,,,.,,,.... 218, 220, 253, 254 Lewis, John YV ..... 92, 03, 179 Lewman, Rodney .... 180, 81, Lieuallen, Johanna ........ 120, 148. 149 McGee, Eugene .................. 98, 99 McGirr, Charles ........ 72, 73, 180, 258 McGowan, Gordon ....,,.. 251, 287 McGowan, John ................ 64, 65 McGrew, Sara ................ 134, 135 Mclntosh, Bruce ..,,..,......... 92, 93 McIntosh. YVilla ...,..............., 290 lllclnturff, YVilIard .... 72, 73, 258, 278 McKean, John .................... 72, T3 McKelvie, Thomas ........ 106, 107 McKenna, Everett .... 84, S5, 180 McKenzie, Leighton ..,. 104, 105 1ICKenzie YVaI1aCe ...... 10.., 105 Mclieown, EStl191',. ,..... 148, 149 McKeown, Madelene .... 148, 149, 180 McKe-own, Srott ........,,,..... 96, 97 McKinney, VVilliam ..,.. ..... 180 S 10:1 Malin ight R21 y ......,....... LYl2.LI'tLAl, Euvvard .......,........' lu, '11 1l1aLrun, brace Eleanor ........ lzu, 180 Ma.rtlu, Jean ..,.....,. 132, 133, 151 Martin, Jonn ...,.................. 62, U3 Mason, Leroy ...,...........,.. 100, 101 Mates, Benson .... 68, kill, 1011, 107 Mnrliexvs, lpllen ............ 114 115 Mauch, Niclc ...................... 110, bl Mattingly, LeRoy ...... ,,,....... 29, 52, 86, 87, 160, 161, 150, 218, 219, 253, 257, 261 Mattingly, Renee ....,,...... 134, 130, 262 Matzger, Jack, .......,, ,...,.. . ..72, 73 Maxwell, Berl ......,..,............ 90, 91 Maxwell, Richard .... 98, 99, 181 Mayneld, Robert ..... .........,.98, 99 Maynaord, Earle ............ 96, 97 Mayo Barbara ................ 114, 115 Meacham, Elevina ..,..... 142, 143 Medlar, Jack ........., 106, Meek, Frank ..... .... . 107, 251 ...,.......92, 93 Meissner, VVi11iarn ......,......... 275 Mercer, Carl ..............,......... 86, 87 Merkle, Donnell ................ 96, 97 llflerrill, Jean. ..,................ 130, 131 Merryman, George, .,............. 275 Metcalf, Jack ...,,................. 74, T5 Meyer, Carolyn .........,...... 54, 133 Me-yer, John ................ 78, 79, 181 Meyer, VValte1' ................ 106, 107 Meyers, Gus. .................,. 100, Milledge, Wanda ........,. 118 101 , 119 148, 149 Miller, Bonnie ,...,........... Miller, Catherine .......... 122, 123 Miller, Charles ............ 76, 77, 256, 258, 259 Miller, Darrell .............. ...... 6 2, 63 Miller, Flora ...,...,.,.......... 128, 129 Miller, Brock .,.......,.. 66, 67, 190 Miller, Fred Edward ........ 66 67 Miller, Charles ........................ 250 Miller, Isabelle .......,.... 24, 30, 123, 181 Miller, Jean ...................... 134, 1,35 Miller, John ........,.,............. 68, G3 Miller, Kenneth .................. 66, GT Miller, Lester ....,....... 56, 106, ............107, 181, 230, 250, 287 Miller, Owen., ..................., 02, D3 Miller, Virginia ......,....... 120, 121 Miller, VValter ............ .. ...... 64, 65 Milligan, Sid ,.,..... ....,... S 0, 81, 230, 278 123, 253, 282 Murdock, Marjorie ........ 122, 123 Murphy, Allen ,...........,........... 286 Murphy, Arthur .... 106, 107, 286 Murphy, Doris ................ 148, 140 Murphy, Joan ........ 128, 129 255 Murray, Patricia ...,......., 144, 145 Mushen, Elizabeth ,....... 144, 252, 259 Myers, Bert ,... ...,.. 6 2, 63, 182, 227 Mykut, Margaret .........,.,.,.,,, 182 Nasll, Frank ....... ,,,.,,..,,, S 0, 81 ...,..108, 109 Nasx, Elmer ...,....... Nasser, Jeanne ..,........... 132, 133 Nasser, Westine ............ 132, 133 Neal, Gretchen ...........,.. 148, 149 Near, Dwight ........,,,, 64, 65, 287 Needham, Barbara ........ 146, 147, 255 Neese, Robert ........,.,,..., 108, 109 Nelson, Alice Virginia.,12O, 254, 262 Nelson, Elaine ..,.,.,.,,,,,,,, 128, 129 Nelson, Herbert ................ 90, 91 Nelson, John .,,,,,.,,,,, ,,.,,,, 8 0, S1 Nelson, Lyle .....,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 53 Nelson. Marshall ,.,,.... ,,,, 7 0, 182, 251 Nelson, Mary ...............,.. 124, 125 Nelson, Vernon .......... 86, 87, 182, 256 Neuner, George William .... 93, 253, 258, 278 Newhouse, Andy .... 104, 105, 278 Newman, Ethan Lee .,,..., ,,,,, 2 98 ' 276 Nichol, Byron .,,..,...,.,....,.,,,,,,., Nichols, Betty ....... .126, 127 182 Nicholson, James ..... ,80, S1, 218, 254 Nic-kelsen, Edward John .... Mc-Laughlin, Jack ............ 10 , 71 218 McLean, Cllff .......................... McLean Marjorie ........ 122, 123 McMahon, Thomas ........ 106, 107 Nickelsen, Theodore ........ 96, 97 Liggett Wwrren. S7 Lilburn, Mabelle ............ 123, 129 Liljequisr, Ingrid ----,,.... 140. 141 Lind, Betty Mae ......,.......,...., 272 Lindbroom, John .............. 90. 91 McMena.min, James,.80, 81,196 McMillan, Robert .........i.... 72, 73 McMillan. Roderick .......... 82 Nickerson Francis ,......,.. 98, 09 Nidever, Bruce ......,..,.,.......,.... 301 Nilsen, Henry .......,....,,..,. 100, 204, 205, 254 Nock, Elizabeth ............ 144, McMur1'av, Robert .,.......... 76 McNair, R. VV .........,........... 76 ,83 ,77 ,77 Lindstrom, Orville ............-,- .150 Link ' 106 107 Basil .........,....... , .... 290 194, 253, 28.1 Monahan, J. 'lf' ............. 54 70, 71 Link, Elmer Francis ......., 96, 07 Link, Gordon .......,.......... 106. 107 Link, John ........................ ..96, 9? Linn, Elizabeth ......1..1.. 142, 143 Lippman. Sam ....... .....,.-.---- 2 75 Lisiak, Joseph ,... ................ 6 3, 69 Litch. Bonnie ....,............, 136, 137 Litfin, Richard ........ 92, 03, Lime, Mildred .............. 1118, 119 Littleton, LaVern .......... 146, Mallory, Elmer ...............,,. 74, 7a 253 Lively, B8.I'b3-FR .............. 130, 131 Yllovd Frank ....l...,.... .92, 93, 222 Loback, Fred ........ 104, 105, 241 Loback, John .....,-,--1----- 104, 105 Lochridgey 501111 ,--- A-.-82. 83, 191 Loeb, Betty ............--.,---- 136, 137 Loeffler, George .............--- 74, 75 Lofstedt. Ethel .......--.,--1 116, 117 Logan, Paul ................1...---- 62. 63 Logan, Raym0Hd .-.-..--- -,--------- 2 86 Long' A12111 ........ .... 1 02, 103, 241 Long, Carlos .................... .--- 6 4, 65 Lone. George ......-.--------,----- 62, 63 IJ0I'li2'2.l'1,' Willianl .......------ -35, S7 McNeeley, Avert Vernon .... 65. 235 McNeily, Jean .,.............. 148, 149 McNiece, Genevieve .,...... 30, 146, 152, 172, McPhee, Audrey Yvonne .... 180 120, 121 McQuaid, Marian ,......... 136, 2137 McQuiston, Mason .....,.. 106 107 Magg Lucina ............ 49, 130, 131 1 Macchi, Aida Carol .,,.,,.. 136, ' 9 MacDonald, Don.. .......... 102, 103 Macdonald, Margaret .......... , ,,... , ......,,...........,..,..,... 128, 129 Mack, Sam ........ 76, 77, 180, 250 MacKay, Norman .... 68. 69, 106, 107 Mackie, James. ,... ....... 6 4, 65, 180 Mackin, George .... ...... 8 0, 81, Mackin, Wayne ................ 62, 63 Ma.cLaren, Donald ...,.....,., 96, 97 MacLa.ren, Jean ......,,.... 138, 130 Macnab, Robert .,..............., 60, 61 Madera, Christopher.. ....., 68, 60 Maeder, John .....,..,..,........ 82, S3 Nladlar, Jack ...,...... . ....... 108, 109 Nfagill, Lloyd .....,,............... 80, S1 Magnuson, Dorothy ...... 138, 259, 267 Magoon, George .,..,,,. 60, 61, 254 Mahoney, Mary Jane .... 140. 141, 284 Mallett, Mary .,.....,....... ,142, 145-3' Noe, Della .,.....,......,..,,,,,,.,,,,, N182 276 115 Noland, Roy Frank. .,..,.,,,,,,,,, Norcross. Mary Jane .... 114, Nordlmg. June .....,, , ,,,,,,,, 124, 125 Norene, Bill .......,.., ,,,,,,, 5 3 74, 75 North, Helen .............,.. 148, 14:1 Norvell, Mary Elizabeth .... ..,.........122, 123, 191, 253, 259 Norville, Gerald ,...... .82, 83, 250 Norwood. Retry ,,....,,, ,,,130, 131 Noft Dwight ,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,72, 73 Nylen 1Vil1iam .............,.,,.... ,2'4 Nysteen, Norman ......,. 102, 103 O Mills, .Ieanne.,126, 217, 257, 266 Mills, YVahnita ...... 118, 119, 257 Millspaugh, Robert .,..,..... 82, 83 Milne, Douglas ............ 32, 80, 181, 248, 259, 283, 287 Milne, Harry ...................... SO, 81 Mimnaugh, John Lawrence Minatoya, Hiroaki .,,,..,... 178, 181, 251 Minione, Samuel, John ..,..... 216 Minturn, Harriet ........,. 148, 149 Mitchell, Helen, ..... 120, 121, 258 Mitchell Helen Mfxrie..136, 181, 254 Minturn, George .... 108, 109, 101 Mitf'l1ell, John .........,...,.. 102, 103 Misley, Jennie ..........,..... 181, 271 Mitchell, Lloyd .,............,... 62, 63 Mitchell, Lorayne ........., 115, Mitchell, Peter .... 19 80. 81, 316, 317 Mitchell, Robert ..,,. , ,,,,,,.,,,,,,. 240 Mitchell. Sadie ................ 136, 137 Mockford, Stuart ..........., 104, Moe, James ,........... .... ,,...... 7 4 , 75 Mohr, Mary ............ 150, 151, 19,6 Monroe, Emma Elizabeth,.1R1 Montag. Mary ...,....,.,.,.,. 148, 149 Montgomery' Jane ........ 126, 127 Moore, Barbara. ............. 122, 122 M'oore, Blanche .,.......... 148, 149 Moore George VF-rnon,...30, Gs, 204, 210, 11248. 253 254, 259, 284, 2527 O'Conne1l Ruth .... 1 Oddy, Laffon. 128, 1291 O'Donnell, Robert ........... O'Donnell, Rosema 32 133, 182 182, 272 ,G4, 65 ry .... 140 61 Mallory, Pierce, ...,... 74, 75, 226 Mallo Phvllis ...,,. 126 127, 257 Lauf'?fTf?T?flI..f.??T1fTf?.'3j,'j5.'i.'i12'f'm Love, Leonard .....,...-.---.- 106. 107 Low, Shglflzgin .............. ...... i 132. 91 LOVTYI ,....... 1.TF1651"154g"241,'253 Luc-key, Edwin ........--- Y -A-- 64, 55 Luehrs, Robert ....--. W -------- - --'---- 27 Luehrs, Roberig ..--,--- ----------"4' 2 75 Lu'TTITTL,ff'f'fiT?TTIf?i1111i1i556'180 Lu0TTi?f:..f??f?f?i1111i131:ii55b1?,9101 LuVlfffi..f?.??111111111111f?'135202 Luvaas, Lois ...,....., 102 103, 130 Lyle, Alice .......... .... 1 14, 115. Lyle, Crawford. ...-..,----..,---- -- Lynch, Jima ...... ,.-- - -134, 135, 272 Y, . 1 Mann, Irvin ..........,....,........ 60, Mann, Janet .................... 134. Mann, Karl .....,,, 50, 104, 105, 238, Manning, Maurice ,... 92, 93, 180, Marcy, Roliert ......... Marguth, Ruth Lorene ...,.... 128, Marlantes, Leo ........,,.... 197, 135 241 1R1 181 120 204 Moore. Helen ,....,.,........,......... 216 Moore, Ivan ....,.., 70, 71, 1521, 200 Moore, Jeanne ,.,,,,.,... ..... 1 14, 115 Moore, Manning .,.,............ 62, 63 Moore, Ralph ,...,.,..... .,.,... 7 6, 77 Moore, Robert ...............,.... 92, 93 Moore, Virginia .....,........ 12? Moran, Merrill ...,,,...... 53, 98, 99 Morey, Galen .................. 106, 107 Morgan, I-Tal .....,,...... ,.,,.,.. ..,.,,. 2 4 0 Morgan, Mildred ,.......,.,. 116, 117 Morioka, Percy. ..,...... 74, 75, 181, 256 Morris, Ale-tha .,.,............ 142 143 Morrls, Clifford ....... ,.... .... 1 0 2, 204, 241 Morris. Maxwell ..,......... 106, 107 192. 257 Oetting Keith ,l,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 106, 107 Ogden, Nancy .......l..,..... 144, 145 Osrura, Tommy ,.,,,,,, ,,,,,,, 7 3, 79 Ohmart, Howard ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 53, 69 Ohrt, Wallace ,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,, 3 4, R5 Olcott, Richard ,.,,.,, ,,,,, ,,,,,, 7 5 , 77 Oldfield, Raymond .,,,,,,,,,,, 95, 99 Olinger, Helen .l.,,.,,,,,,,,,, 130, 148, 149 Olmstead, Leon ...,............ 78, 79 Olsen. Ralph ,..... 88, 89, 182. 287 Olsen, Theodore ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 82, 83 Olson, Delphine ............ 148, 149 Olson, Gerald .,l, ,,,, ,,,,,, 1 0 2, 103 Olson. Gordon ...1,,,,,l,,,,,,,,,, ,,75, 77 Olson Luewela .,,l.,,,,,,, 1492, 149 Onthank, Elizabeth ........ 138, Onthank. Lois ....,. 138, 139, 272 Orange, Rodney ........., 68, 69, H 4.------ ,----.--............... .... 1 0 6, 107 O'Reilly. Edward ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 92, 92 Orrqe Robert 11,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,, 7 4, 75 Orr. W1lUam ..,.,,,,.,,,,,,,,, 102, 103 Osborne, Keith .,.,...,..., 50, 51, ......,.....54. 58, 66, 67, 191, 250 Oswald, Judish ....., 114, 115, 136, 137 Overstreet, Reber-f-'Q ,.,., 116, 152. 182 Overhack, Howard.:.32, 50, 258 Severson, Ralph,,..,,..,...,.170 71 53, 182, 250 P Pack, VVi1lis ....... ,,,,,,,,, 1 01, 150 Pahl, Glenn ...... , ....,,,,, 62, 63, 182 Paine, Phyllis ............,.,. 116, 117 Palniblad, Donald ..,,........ 96, 97 Palmer, Barr ..1................. 62, 63 Palmer, Gordon ,....,.... 70, 71 252, ' .. 281 Palmer, Jean ......,..... 112, 126, ...,127, 152, 101, 245, 254, 258 Parker, Caroline ............ 118, 119 Parker, Douglas ..,....,.... 106, 101 Parker, Jean .....,.............. 140, 141 Parkhurst, Leland .......,.. 106 Parker, Knox ..,..,....,,.....l 100, 107, 182 Parks, Howard ..,....... 68, 69 Parks, Sheldon ........ 60, 61,' Parr, Charlotte ....,......... 128, Parsons, Helene ......,..... 116, 101. 256 182 182 129 117 Pasero, George .......,.................. 53 Paaske, Betty ................ 136, 137 Pasquill, Kathryn .......... 122, 123, 182 Passolt, Melvin .....,.......- 108, , Paterson, Frederick ...,... 372, Rathbun, Jitules ........ 64, 65, 235 204 T3 Puppo, Leah: .,........ 110, 136, 137 P'ursley, Louise ,,,,,, ,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,, 2 72 Pursley, Theodore ...,.,,. 106, 107 Putnam, Jay .......... 106, 107, 183 Putnam, Lawrence ....,,.... 96, 97 Putnam, Martin ..,,..,.,,,,,,,, 92 93 Putnam, Winifred ........ 128, 129 Q Quale, Freddie .,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 288 .12S, 129 Quesseth, Iola .....,....,..,, Robertson, Leonard..76, 77, 209, 256 Robertson, '1'nomas..64, 65, 300 Robinson, George .,...,. .108, 1019 Robinson, Patricia ........ 144, 145 Robinson, Louise ..,...,... 126, 127 Rodda, Jack ......,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, N188 Rodman, Roland ........ 54, 66, 67 Rogers, Allen ...,......,. 82, 83, 183 Rogers, Alyce, ....... 118, 110, 272 Rogers, Bruce .,...,,,,,,,,,,, 183, 255 Sederstrom, Verdi 216, 07, 260 Seeley, onn R ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 1476 Seeley, William ..,,,.,.,..,,.,, so, 51 Seeley, Elizabeth. ....... 132, 133 Seely, Mary ....,....,.....,..,. 142 143 Sehon, Howard ................ 92, 33- Seibert, Luther .... 106, 107 Quigley, Betty ...,.... 129 301 128, , .106, 107 Quinlan, Leo ................... Quinlan, Lawrence ...,....,. 68, 108, 109 Quinn, James ,....,...,.. 62, 63, 183 Quinn, Richard .....,..........,, 90, 91 Quinn, NVellington ...,.,,,,,,, 64, 65 R Raabe, Kenneth ,,,......,,,.,,. 90, 91 Rach, Vvilliam ,....... 108, 109 204 Ralston, VVilliam ......,.,.,,., 88, 89 ltaxnsden, Jean ............ 126, 127 Rands, Helen ..........,....,,, 114, 115 Rankin, Mary Margaret ...... 120, 121 Rankin, Norman .......,.,,,.... 82, 83 Rankin, Robert .....,.......... 88, 89 Rasmussen, Sigue .,.....,., 120, 121, 183 Rasor, Fred .,............,......... 68, 69 Raudsey, Edwin ......,. SS, S9, 258 Raught, Howard .,............., 66, 67 Rawlinson, Alfred .,.......... 76, 77 Rawson, Jean .... 49, 134, 135, , .,.,..,.......,..,..,,.,.,. 248, 266, 202 Ray, Laurence ,,., . .........,... US, 90 Ray, Illargaret .,...,...... 49, 53, Rogers, Robert .............. 104, 105 Reliever, Eggert ................ 84, 85 Rolander, George ........ 104, 105 Rooney, Melvin ........., SIG, 07, Root, Barbara, ...,,,..,,,... 132, 133 Root, Della ............,.,...,. 126, 127 Root, Donald ............,... 49, 82, 83 Rorvick, Berger ..,....,,.., 100, 101 Rosborough, 1Yyatt .....,.. 70, 71 Rosenshine, Bernard .,..., 94, Ross, Cleve .,..,...,........... 100, 101 Ross, Grayson ...,....,..,.,...,,. 94, ilu Ross, Mildred ..........,...,. 136, 137 Rossman, VValter .... 62, 65, 106 Rosuruny, Marvin ............ 94, 95 Rotenberg, Louis ...... 94, 95, 184, 250 Roth, Frances ..,.....,...,,,, 134, 135 Rousseau, Lovell .....,...,.... 62, 63 Rowe, Paul ..,.....,..... 102, 103, 286- Seibert, Paul .....,..,,,,..,. 104,, 107 Seifert, Frank VV ...,. 50, '45, 107 Selley, John ..,...,,.,.,,,,,,,,,,,,, 70, I1 Selder, James .....,,,,,..,,,, 100, 101 Seron, Benjamin ....,.,....... 210, 91 Seufert, Edward ,,,...,,, 0.82, 83 Sevier, Claudia ..,,,,.,,,., 130, 'isr Seward, Robert .... 104, 105, 200 Shade, James ,,.,,,,,.,,,,, 0106, 107 Shafer, Fred ......... , .....,,.,,.,,.,.,, 15-1 Shan, Chester ...............,,,,, 68, 69 Shankland, John 68, 69,106,107 Shanks, Claire ..., 116, 117, 184 Shannon Charleen ........ 148, 149 Sharp, Eugene ........ ,....,,,,, 6 2, 63 Shea, Tom ...................,.. 100, 101 Shean, Shirley ..... . ..,....... 122, 123 Shearer, Harold J ......... 02, 93- Sheehan, Philip ,,,..,..,,,,,,,, 66, 67 Sheldon, Clayton ..,....,.,.. 96, 97 Sheldon, Mary ...,..........,. 148, 149 Shelley, Robert .................. 68, 69 Shelley, Theodore .....,.. 106, 107 Shepard, Elizabeth., ...... 126, 267 Shepard, James ........ 67, 68, 106, 184 205, 253 Rowland, Dorothy ..,..,,. 116, 117 Roy, Donald Francis ...... 68, 60 Royce, Bryon .....,..............,. 96, 97 Rubenstein, Harry ..,,..,,.... 94, 95 Runkle, Albert .........,., ........ 7 0, 71 Runte Vivian ....,... 112, 142, 143, 184, 191, 252, 254, 258 Russell, Benjamin, ....... 102, 103 Russell, Leland .,.,...........,...... 184 Russell, Phyllis .......,.,,,..., 120,121 Russell, Richard .....,.,,... 102, 103 Russell, Shirley ....,,...,.. 138, 139 Ruth, Robert ..,.... ........... 1 08, 109 Rutz, Johnnyi ,..,. .... ...... ....78, 79 Paterson, Margaret .... 126, 127 Patterson, Helen, .....,..... 148, 149 Patterson, Marial .,.,..,. 128, 129 Patton, Freeman ...,.. 74, 75, 301 Pandsey, Ed ......,.i...........--.--- --273 Pauling, Jean ................ 144, 145 Pavalunas. Matt ......., 64, 65, 212 Payne, Gleeson .,.. 100, 101, 195 Payne, Annabel .,....l..... 142, 143 Payne, Phyllis .,............-..,..,- --152 Peabody, Max ....,.. . .....-i-- 62- 63 Peake, James .....,..........-,-- --62, 63 Pearcy, Atlee ..,......--..-, A---- 6 21 63 Pearson, Clayton .... 80, 81, 240 Pearson Helen ..,......,---. 122, 123 Pease, William..31, 104, 105, 181, 210, 243, 253, 261, 262 Peaigfo, lvgllard.-3 ..,.---.---- 1 87 er, 9 y 8,118 ..., 1 P6611 ..,....,...... 55 ...... ,121, 355. egg Peil. Sue .,...i..-.-,---,-.-- --,----- - Q' Pen, June ,........ ....... 1 30, 131, 202 Pengra, 'William .... 52,9583-qi? 50 , er ..,,... ,- , PGHTHTTTTT ,,...,...... ,...,... 2 og., gig ercf, Howard ,... 104, 10 , Eerliizh, Gordon..72. 73, 183, 250 Perry, Rose .,......... 136. 137. 133 Peters, Merle, ....... 100, 101, 204 Peters, Richard ....-..--------- 515- 27 Peterson, Clarence ..... -.--.-- I 6, 17 Peterson, Fred l..... ..-,------ 1 09- 101 Peyton, Ralph ..--'--,w---4- ------ ja gf Phelps, Charles ......---- -'----- Philp, Cather1ne.iig...igi12, Ryder, John 'Wallace ....,. 90, 91 Shepard, Jane ...,..........,, 122 123 Sheppard, Bertha.,1l2, 150, 152, 184, 257 Sheppard, Roger ......,. SS, 89, 184 Sherlock, Joseph ......,.,,,,,, 74, 75 ........146, 147, 183, 254, 252 Ray, Sarah ..,......... 40, 146, 147 Read, Danny ...,.,.,.................... 235 Read, Doris Ann ............ 122, 123 Read, Elizabeth Ann .... 114, 115 Real, Margaret .... 183, 254, 258 Reams, Edward ..,.,........... 02, 03 Reasor, Ruth ......., 128, 129, 183 Reavis, Peggy .,...... 130, 131, Reber, Ehle .,.,.,.,.,., 102, 103, 241 Recken, Robert .......,.,,. 104, 105 Reeder, Charla ...,........,.., 142, 143 Rees, Harold ............,.....,... 62, 63 Reese, John W .....,......, 68. 69,107 Reetz. Maxine .,.. ,... 1 28, 129, 143 Reetz, llildred ...... 128, 120, 143 Reeves, Kenneth ..,,.... 88, 89, 250, 256 Regan, Virginia .... 126, 127, ............152, 190, 102, 252, 259 Regan, 1Vil1iam ................ 80 Reginato, Victor ..., 102, , 81 103, 204 S , . Sackett, Mary Alice .... 148, 140 Saint, Gerald ......,...,......,.. 68, 6U Sallee, Joseph .,.......... 80, 18 240, 259, 287, 288 Samuelson, Allan ............ 90, 01 Sand, Harold ,.....,.. ,.... . ..... 9 6, 117 Sanders. Florence 136, 137, 253 Sanders, Patil ,........,. ...,..... 7 4, 286 , 7 Sanderson, David ..,..., ,.... 7 0 Sandgathe, DeEtta ,.........,... 258 Sandner, Albert .................,..., 262 Sherlock, Mary ,..,.. ...,.. 1 18, 119 Sherrarcl, Jeanne ...,.,.,.... 140, 253, 302' Sherwood, 'Facy ......,...,. 146, 147 Shevack, Melvin ........ 28, 04. 184, 250, 253 Shiley John .....,.....,.,...,,,,.., 110, 91 Shimojima, George,.78, 79, 184 Shimornura, Charles .... ,.,. 7 8, 184, 287 Shimshak, Jack ..,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 94, 95 Shinn, Deios ....,............... 184, 252 Shinn, Jess ....................,... 82, 83 Shipley, Kenneth .,..... .80, Sl, Shisler, Vlfarren .,,,.,,, ,,,,,,,,,,, , H235 Shihler, Bob ..,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,, 76, 77 Short, Stanley ,.,,,,,..,.,,, 100, 101 Shuey, Edith .......... 140, 141, 185 Shuey, Edward .,,,..,,,.,.,,,, 62, 63 Shultz, Eugene .,.,,......... 100, 101 Sieling, Alice ..............,,..,,,,,.., 185 Silven, David ............ 72, 73, 185 Silver, David ..,..... 28, 35, 36. 95, 96, 160, 185, 212, 215, ' ..............,. 216, 253, 254, 278 Simmons. Max ................ 84, 85 Simms, Douglas ....,.....,..... SS, 89 Simenelli, Romeo .......,,.,, 76, 77 Simensen, Earl ........ 96, 07, 185 Richeson, Alcie Mary..126, 1,27 pheips, Willialn ........ ....,--- 9 0. 91 Phillippi, DiCk....80. 81. 240, 2:45 Philp, Elizabeth .... , ....-,-..-- V---20 Phipps, Charles ........ S0, 31, 253 Phipps, Mignon ......., 54. 134, 13? Pickard, lionnieii ...... 1 ' 'l ........-- 1 Plc1f?i1.,f.,fT.5 ...,......., 107, 251 picketggainaes ...,...- -.,A 4 6 ---- 5032. 63 ' e ara .,---- -- 1 v x Plerffl ...... 2 1 ..., 144, 14222653 272 ' - ,, R' 1 d .....,.,.. , Pmfff ,,.... 0?.?i.,.06, 97, 133. Piippo, Toivo ......--.- ---,--'--- A ----4 pike, Estelle ........... ....---.. 1 QS, 129 Pink, John ............-,-. ---..--'---'- ----- 3 Pittman, Ruby -.----.--- ---- 1 25' 1-9 Piper, Mary Jane. ....... 120. 1,21 Pitts, Eleanor, ...,..----- .--'---e'--- H 23 palmbeek. Hans .....,.-.--- --,- 2 41 15 Perkin, Jack ,,...... ....,----A -----i 1 S - Q Plumb, Jtlrlia ---- ------ ---f---' 1 3 0' Plummer, Charlotte .,,l 11 6. Plummer. -TRCKH ----------'--- S61 57 Plummer, Louisse ......., 138, 139 Pohll, Norman ........-A---,-- 106- 102 Pollard. Jeanne .......--.---- 1331 130 Polk, Wligiagnx ......... 723 753 133 llock. o er .........- -Y f P0 ,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,, 92, 93, 183, 261, 2f3 P1-eson, Bordon .... ..-...----4.---A,- 2 16 Pomeroy. Vernon ..., 76, 77. 1952 Porter, Gene ......,---------4-,- 114- 110 Porter, William ......A.......-- 96, 97 Potter, Tom ........ -,,------' 92- Powell, John .....,...-..---., ------- R-N3 Sandness, Earl .......A., . ........,..., 235 Sanford, Peggy .... 122, 123, 255 Sarazin, Harriet .... 120, 121, ,. ,........,......,......,,....,...... 252, 259 Sarazin, Isabelle ............ 120, 121 Sarlat, Sylvia ...............,.. 146, 147 Sarnola, Ted .......... 100, 101, 212 Satchwell, Wayne. ........... 68, 69 Saunders, Alice .,.. 134, 135, 254 Saunders, Cecil .,..,,.. 84, 85, 254 Saunders, Gladys ........ 128, 120 Simpson, Beverly ........ 126, 127 Simpson, Guy ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 76, 77 Simpson, Hugh ............ 106, 107 Regnart, Harry ....,........,,. 70, 71 Reid, Lawrence ........, ...106, 107 Reid, Margaret .... ,.... . ..12S, 129 Renick, Franklyn ...,.... 1.00, 101 Rennolds. Lee ..........,..... 108, 109 Rentz, VVilliam ........... ...l06, 107 Repp, Earl ...,.,,...,........... 200, 218 Reter, Peggy Marie ...... 144, 145 Reuter, Robert ....,,.,...... 104, 105 Rhonalt, Ethel ....,........... 134, 1.35 Rice, Nathaniel ................ 94, 95 Rice VVallace .... 78, 79, 110, 251 Richards, Robert .............. 82, 83 Richardson, Billie ........ 128, 129 Richardson, Dona1d..60, 61, 110 Richardson, Paul .......... 108, 1011 Richardson, Ruth ......,. 132, 133 Richenstein, Sam .,............ 94, 95 Sinclair, Freeman .,.,.,,. 102, 103 Sirianni, James .,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 98, 99 Skalet, James ...,,,.,....,i.,.l,. TS, 79 Skillern, Marijane ........ 142, 143 Skinner, Charles ........ 54, 72, 194, 250. 260, 232 Skipvyorth. George .....,.... T2 Ricker. Phyllis ................ 130. 131 Ridgeway, Gordon ........ :..53, 7:31, SS, 89 Rieder, Robert .....,.......i...... 74, 75 Rieg, Joseph ......... ..... ...... ,.,, 6 6 , 67 Riesch, Betty ........., 144, 145, 271, 272 Riesch. Joanne ..,. 144, 145, 272 Riley, Saville ...,.... 148, 149, 257 Ring, Ione .......... ..148, 149, 272 Riordan, Stanley ...... 80, Sl., 183 Rittel, Robert ...,..........,... 104, 105 Riverall, David ................ 74, 'TD Roach, Salola .,..,.., 114, 115, Roadman, Wilfred ...... , ...,. 72, 13 Robbins, Edwin ,....,.. 53, 98, 137 , 73 Sklrvmg, John ,.,,.,...,,,,,,, ,,,, 6 6, 67 Slater, Vlloodson ,.....,...,...,l 84 Slatky, Jane ..........,, 144, 135, Slattery. Claire ,,., 143, 149, Richard Sleeter 32, 34, 85, Small, Mollie Bob 140, 141, Skirving, Mary .....,,. 114, 115, 257 , S5 185 185 253 256 Smeed, John, ,....,..... 74, 75, 110 Sawyer, Boyd ...,.,..................,.,. 84 Sawyer, Laurie .,.. 138, 130, 253 Sayles. William, ,.......... 218, 21,9 Schaefer, Jean ........ 122, 123, , .....,..........................,.. 184, 311 Schaefer, William R ...., 88, S9 Schannep, Charles .... 54, 70, 71 Scharpf, Bill .... .......... 8 0, 81, 240 Schaupp, Frances .... 29. 35, 36. 39, 43, 112, 122, 123, 153, 160, 161, 172, 184, 252 Schlesser, Pauline ..,,., 134. 125 Schmierer, Isabelle ,...., 128, 120 Schmor, Nina ..............,. 120, 121 Schmnki, Nanette ........ 128, 120 260 129 278 143 Schnitzer, Gilbert .... 94. 95, Schoonover, Margaret 128, Schram, Kenneth ...... 96, 97, Schrenk, Shirley ,........... 142, Schriver, James .............. 80, 81 Schroeder. Catherine 120, Schultz, Gilbert .,...... 40, 90 121 , 03 Schulze, Robert ,.....,....,.... 82, 83 Schwartz, Roy ..........,..... 208, 300 Schwartz. Mildred .,.,.... 132, 133 Sc-hwartzber,e,', Alan ...... 90, ill. Schwieger, Benjamin ..,,. 8810, 240 Scott, Bill ...,........................ 96 97 Robbins, Kathleen .....,,. 136, 137 Robbins, Galen ........ 88. S9, 288 Robhins. Tfloyd ..........,..... 66. 67 Robbins, Margaret ........ 120, Robbins, Zella ........ 183, 128, Smith, Barara ....,,,,..,,,.,. 140, 141 Smith, Donald, ........ 64, 65. 286 Smith, Edna .....,.,,,,, 136, 137. 185 Smith, Ellen ........ 50, 51, 136, , ...,...................,.,......... 137, 185 Smith, Florence 114. 115, 185 Smith, Gale .... 96, 07, 212, 219, 220 Smith George E ..... S2. 83, 241 Smith, George F ...........,,,.., '72, 73 Smith, 250 Gerald 'I' ......... 72, 73, 287, 298, 300 Gerald A .,.,..... 72, 73, Smith, , 185 250, 252, Smith. Gretchen ........ 30, 112. 116, 117, 152, 185, 256, 257, 270, 271 Smith, Hazel .......,...,........ 130, 131 Smith, James F ......... 92, 03. 228, 254, 286 , Jay .,................. , .,.... 96, 97 Smith, John E .....,.....,..... 58, 185 Roert. Yvilliam ....,.......,, 104, 105 Prodinger, Carl. ..... .....-.l.- 6 S, 551 74 Tw Powell, Robert ........., 7.6. 71. H Powers, George Edwin .... 96. Qi Powers, Ruth ......---- -------.--'--4-e 2 15 Powers. Perry John ........ 90, 01 Pownall, Elizabeth .,.. 28, 38. 144, 145. 1543 Pownder, Glenn .......-..-----... 62- Preritiss, Donald ...............--.. -216 Prescott, Theodora ....,. 114. 115 Price, Francis ...................- 72, 7-1 Price, Hayden .,..,.,......,...... 78, 70 rice Prudence ....--..... 139, 139 P . . Priest. Alice .,............. ,... .132, 133 Roberts, Betty Lou ...,.. 140, 141 Roberts, Floyd .................,.. 62, 63 Roberts, Richard .....,.,...... 96, 97 254 Proudfoot Theodore ,.,.. . 7 Pugmire. Ralph .............,....... .276 Robertson, Ernest ...,.... 204, Robertson, Jack ................ 50, 81 Scott, Donald ..,. 68, 60. 106, 107 Scott, Earl .,,...........,.,.,.......,, 90, 91 Scott, Harriet, .... ........... 1 32, 133 Scott Lillian ,......,,. 122, 123, 152 Scott. Thaddeus. ..... 86, 87, 184, Scott, TVayne ,.,...,..... 62, 63, 184 Scovel, Ruth Mary ..,..... 140, 141 Scroggfie, Sybil ................ 150, 151 Scrosgins, Leonard .....,..,..... 184 Scnllen, Ruby ...,...i.....i.,.......... 54 Seaman, Donald ........ 49, 104, 261 Sears. Richard ........ 62 63 260 .. . Seavey, Marceta ,.,... ...'.142I 143 Smith, John ............. ..,..... 8 6, 87 Smith, Jack YV .,...,.,......... 64, 65 Smith, Katherine .,...,.. 136 137 Smith, Milford. ....,...,.......... 90, 01 Smith, Patsy .,,......,,..... 138, 130 Smith, Priscilla ..........,, 142, 143 Smith, Robert .... 74, 75, 76, 204, 208 Smith, Robert Raymond 80, 81 Smith, Roy V. ....,.,..... 82, 83, 185 Smith, Seth ......,....w,...,,,. 102, 103 Smith, Thornton ........ 84, 85, 185 Smith, NValte1' ..,,..........,...., 68, 69 Smith, Tierney Xvinston 69, 106, 107 Smith, Vance ....,..,.........,,. 74, 75 Smith, Vernon .....,,......,.. 102, 103 Smith, NVarren ...,.,,....,...... 92, 93 Snoke, Robert ......., 70, 71, 200 Snyder, Eugene ..,... 53, 104, 105 Snyder, Mildred .....,...,,, 128, 129 Soranson, Mary Catherine 143, 252, 259 Sorenson. Mayo ........,......,...... 185 iSoults Elizabeth .,,..,..,... 122, 123 Soleman, James .,,..,,..... 100, 101 T Tait, James ....1.... ............ 7 0, 71 Talbot, John .....................,...... 276 Tarbell, Harry ..,..... 80, 81, 240 Tawney, Ruth .,.....,...,..,. 136, 137 53 Taylor, Catherine ...A 49 127, 'zsz Taylor, Jean .............,....., 132, 133 Taylor, Pat ......,..... 136, 137, 272 Vandeneynde, Pat ..,..,..,. 144, 145 253 van'Bii!,kSH"ii5S-H'i66' wi 286 Van Dyke, Sam ,......., . ..,.,, 80, Van Dyke, Xvilliam, ....... 72, - ' ' 81 vs XVhitfield, Robert .......... 182, 204 Taylor, Patricia .... 130, 139, 255, 266 Taylor, Tom , .,..,,.....,,.,,..,.,,.,. 288 Taylor, Robert .....,.. 64, 65, 235 Teats, Govnor .....................,.. 276 Teeple, Lawrence .............. 66, 67 Temple, Patricia .,...,...... 122, 123 Terjesen LaVerne ..,........, 76, 77 Terry, Leland ............ 27, 104, Sousa, Robert .,,.,.,. ......... S 4, 85 Spalding, I-lay ......,.....,,....., 86, 87 Speaker, Cli't'ford....9O, 91, Speer, Deborah .,.....,..., 122, 123 Speer, Howard ,......,..........,. 90, 91 Speetzen, Rode-sriuk. ,........ 64, Speirs, NVi1lian1 ........ 62, 63, 185 Spence, Harry .................,,. 76, 77 Spivak, Henry .... 106, 107, 250 Sprague, June .....,,......,.. 128, 129 Sprague, Margaret ..., 150, 151 Sprague, Rae .......................... 267 Springer, Doris 130, 131, 253 173, 188, 201 Terry, Roy ,....,.,........,.,..,.. 90, 91 Thatcher, Jean ............ 140, 141 Thatcher, Mary ........,,,. 140, 141 Thayer, Jeri ...,...........,,,,, 116, 117 Thayer. VVil1ard, ,.....,.... ,.,, S 4, 85 Theda, Marjorie ............ 126, 127 Theobald, Roma ,....... 54, 122, Sproat, Robert .... ..62, 63 smckhouse, .Nei1IIffQ1fQfI1,,76, 77 250 Stadden, Orin .,,............. 106, 107 Stafford, Jack ...............i. , ...... 287 Stafford, Robert ................ 84, 85 Staiger, Stanley .... 82. 83, 196 Stallcup, Barbara 124, 125, 137 252, 272 Thielemann, Marian .,.. 132, 133 Thonias, Don .... 64, 65, 220, 301 Thomas, Jane ......... ....... 1 16, 117 Thomas, Edward ,,.. .....,,. 1 12, 93 Thomas, John ..., 62, 63, 218, Thomas, Lloyd ....,,.,...,,,.,,, 62, 63 Tlwmas Mildred ............ 134, 135 TIIOIURS On, Karl ,....... 74, 75, Thompson, Theodore .... 106, 107 Thomson, Barbara ......., 140, 141 Thomson, Fayette ,.,.,,,,,,., 96, 97 Thompson, Margaret.,l32, 133 Thompson, William .,.. 54, 77, 75 Thomsen, Harriett ........ 186, 270 Thomson, VVi1liam ............ 60, 61 Van Keulen, James ......., 86, ST Van Loben Sels, Mariana .... 141 Van Lubken, Adele ..., 128, 129 Van Matre, Margaret .... 114, 272 Van Scoyoc, Charles ...,.... 53, Van Vliet, Frank ..,......... 76, 77 Varoff, George ........,. 84, 85, ..,.....19O, 191, 222, 223, 25-1 7 Vaughn, John Robert .... 72, 73 veamh, Liiyann .,...,....,, 122, 128 Velasco, Pedre ........,,.............. 187 Velvin Thomas ..,..,,......... 84 85 Vermillion, Peggy .,.. 30, 39, 132, 133, 152, 187 Vermillion, Bill ........ 25, 58, .,.i....104, 105, 169, 187, Vernstrom, VVa1t ........ 27, 54, 245 55, 70, 71, 110, 187, 250, 253 Vernstrom, Roy ........ 70, 71, 283 Vieth, James ....,.... . .....,.... 64, 65 Vincent, Dean .,...... 80, 81, 240 Volchok, Zollie ....,....... 30, 46, 58, 94, 95, 188, 250, 253 Voss, Franklin .,...,....., 60, 01 Vukov, Silvo ......,.....,...,........... 276 W 1Vac11te1, Eileen .,.......... 124, 125 Ytfaggoner, Kenneth ........ 72, 73 1Vagner, Betty Belle .... 14,4 262 1Vagner, Robert 104, 105, 200 XVagstaff, Jack 62, 63, 263, 286 Wagy, Jeanne .,....,......... 140, 141 W'aha, Anne ..........., 140, 141, 196 NVaisanen, Edwin ......... , ...,., 187 Thornber, Fordyce ......., 106 Throne, Vivian ............ 116, 'iss 117 Thunemann, Paul ...,........ 72, 73 Thurinond, Arleen ........ 130, 131 Thurston, Burton .,,....,,... 76, 77 Thyng, Amie .................. 132, 133 Tillman, Alice ,,.............. 144, 145 Timmins, James .,......,....,,. 72, 73 Tingle, Alfred .,...,...,,..,,.,.,,,.,, 186 Tinker, Bonnie Jeanne ..,,.. 143, iss Titus, Marjorie 138, 139, 257 Todd, Bud ....,.....,......,.,,..,.,,, 96, 97 Tomasi, Elvin ...,,..,,......,,,,. 70. 71 Tomlinson, Frances ,... 136, 137 NVa1den, Cecil ,,........ 92, 93. 204 NVa1do1'f, VVarreu .......l 86, 97, 261 Vifales, Lawrence ............ 108, 109, 137 NValker, Clyde L ...... .,.... . 62, 6.5 Walker, Donald ,.....,.,,,...,, 98, 99 Vvalker, Kenneth ......,. 102, 103 XValker, YVilliam ....,,......,,.. 76, 77 NVal1work, Paul .........,..,,., S4, 85 VValnum, Charles .,.....,..,, 62, 63 XVhitnack, Kenneth .... 108, 109 WVic.is, Eb1.a ....,,.,...................l 187 VViedrner, Helen ,......,.,., 144, 145 VVi1ey, Jean ..,.....,... 130, 131, 255 VViley, Robert ..........,.......,. 96, 97 VVi1helm, Robert ..,,............ 66, 67 VVilhelm, NVinifred ..,....... 49, 145 1Vilkinson James S ......... 62, 63 1fVil1, Marjory .... 114, 115, 187 XVi1lia.1ns, Edyth ............ 148, 149 YVilliams, George ............,, C 1, 67 NVil1iams, Irwin ....,........... 68, C9 VVillianis, Irene 136, 137, 187 11Vi1liams, Jessie ..,.1... ............ 1 S7 W'ilIiams, Margaret .,.,.. 144. 145 Williams, Mary 150, 151, 152 VVilliams, Oscar 84, 85, 187 WVilliams, R,1C1"7'll'd ..,.......i. 50 102, 103, 196 Willianison, John ,....... 106, 107 Vifilson, Amey ..,,.........,.. 136, 137 WVilson, Charles ,................,.... 188 WVils0n, David ,... 108, 109, 188 Wilson, Ernest .........,....,, 74, 75 VVilson, Howard ......,......... 88. S9 1Vi1son, James .........,,..,...... 62. 62: Xvilson, Lloyd .................... 74, 70 VVilson, Maribeth ......,, 134, 135 VVilson, Paul ..,..............11.,... 72, 73 Wilson, Robert .................. 74, 75 Vvilson, Wallace 74, 75, 287 Wvilson, Ward ..........,,.....i.. 90. 91 Wvindsor, Darold ............ 100. 101 XVinetrout, Arthur ............ 76. 77 Vifing, Gilbert .,.............. 106. 107 VVinquist, Steven.,.,104, 105, 1fVins1ow, Norman K. .... 98, 27S VVinslow, Robert .....,.......... 66, 67 VVinston, Beverley ........ 126, VVinston, Bill .,....,.........,.,... 70, 71 Winston, Harrison ...... 188, 278 Wintermute, Bob .........,.. 64, 65 Winterliiute, Urgel .......... 80, 212, 214, 216, 254 VViner, Tom .,....,,,..,,............... 286 Witliers, Jeannine ,... .... 1 24, 125 Witt. Dorothea ......,....... 114, 115 Wittliff. Wilbur .,.. 80 81, 240 VVitty, Robert .................,,. 62. 63 Wodaege, Bertha ........ 142, 143 YVoodruft', Jolene ....... VVatkins, Francis ..,..., 5 Toney, Alice ..,................. 136, 137 Tongue, Robert .........,...... 66, 67 Toon, Robert ,.... ........,.. 1 00. 101 Torrence, 'Willie .........,., 108 186, 251 Totman, Hubert ..., 86, 87, 253 Tower, Don .,.....,........ SS, 89, 286 Townsend, Earle ,.,, 78, 79, 196 "l're:-Ldgold, Gen evieve.,132, Tripp' Tripp, 133 Charles. ..................,. 66, 67 Geraldine ............ 134, 267 Vifalsch, Priscilla ........ 132, 133 ...130, 131, 266 Vifaltman, Malcolm ..,......... 76, 77 257 VVard, Barbara M ......... 114, 294, WVard, Bertram .........,,.,,.. 84, VVa.lstrom, Leve1le...,. XYard, Barbara E ......... 132 133, 272 S5 VVarnock, John .......,........ 96, 97 W'arren, Patsy 138, 139, 255 W'arren. Stanley ,,.,,..,.... 286, 288 Washburn, Barbara ..., 138, 1311 Xvashburne, Eileen ,,.. 136, 137 VVashe Peter .,.................. 62, 613 1Vatkins, Ellis .............,.......,.. 187 VVodaege, Judith ......,.,... 142, 188, 262 VVodaege, Martha ..... 1142, 143 Wolcott, Aurelia ........,... 130, 131 VVolcott, Chester ............ 64, 65 VV0ld, Eldrid ..,..... 146, 147, 188 VVold, Priscilla .....,........,. 126, 127 VVo1fe, Alice .................... 136, 137 XVolfe, Helen .,....,.........,......... 188 VVolfenden, Marionheth 123, 256 VVolfenden, Ruthalbert ...... NVatkins, Robert ,.., 76, Stanick, Alan .,.......,,.....,,.. 96, 91 Stanley, Isabell .,,....,,.l. 114, 115 Stanton, Edwin ................ 84, 85 Staples, Catherine .,........ 130, 31, 152, 252, 259 Starbuck, Myra, ,.........1 138. 139 Starbuek, Torn ...,...,.......l 66, 67 Starrett, Ruth ..,..... 130, 131, 202 States, Marie ................ 128, 129 Staten, Mary ,...,...,.... .,..... 1 22, 123, 266, 298 St. Clair, Robert .,,.i........i 76, 77 Stearns, Arba .................... 74, 75 Steel, Beverley ............ 128, 129 Steele, Elved ........................ 76. 77 Stein, John ,....,.................... 96, 97 Steinhauser, Marcia ...... 140, 192 Steinmetz, Rosalie. .,,.... 130, 186, 254, 253 Stephens, Cleda ....i....... 148, 149 Stephenson, George ............ 251 Stetson, Elisabeth ...,. ..,138, ................13EI, 192, 259, 262 Stevens, Barbara ,...,,., 124, 125 Stevens, Chandler ,,.......... 92, 93 Stevens, Charles ..., , .,.., 100 101 Stevens, John .............,...... 96, 97 Stevens, Katherine ..., 148, 149 Stevens, VVilfl'ed .................... 286 Stevens, XVinslow ............ 68. 106, 107 Stevenson, Annabel ...... 132, Stevenson, Robert. ..... ..... . 92 935 Stewart, Alice .........,.,............ 185 Stewart, John ...... Stewart, Martha ..i........... 31 136, 254,'262 Stickels, Emerson 104, 105, 156 Still, Janet ...............1..,. 123. 129 ....118, 119 Stillman, Violet .....,.. Stipe, Arthur ........ ......1. 1 02, 103 Stipe, Edward .,...,. .,.....,..76, 77 Stocks, Robert .,.... . .,........... 64, 65 Troland, Clifford ......,. 23, 62, 63 .104, 10 77, SS. S9 123, 188, 256 VVolff, Gerald .....,.....,........ 60, 61 NVoIterS. Charlotte 142. 143 1Vong', Jacqueline ..,..,.. 136, 137 VVood. Jack .....................,., 84, 85 Wfood, John ....,,.,,......,......., 82, 83 1fVood, Philip .........,.......... 78, 79 NVood, XValter Lee .........,...... 276 Vifoodruff, Louise ......., ..........,255 ....141, Stokes, Vera' ,.... .............. .130, 131 Stolts, Hollister .,.................. 276 Stone, Kneeland ................ 30, 81 Stone, Robert ,... ........ 7 6, 77, 288 Storli, Kirman 60, 61, 62, 63 Strai ht Lawrence 92 93 5 . L ,,A------- Strasser, Ethel .... .i........ 1 48, V149 Strawn, Harold ........1. ..1S6, ZDQ Street. Robert ..,.1........... 104, 1011 Stretcher, John ............ 100, 101 Strickler, Charlotte .... 120, 121 Stroble, Everett Frank 62, 63 Strohecker, Edward ....,... 80, 81 Strong, Helen ,.......... ..... 1 26, 127 Strong, Herbert ,.,.. L .,,....... 70, 71 Strong, Lois ......,..... 126, 127, 252, 258 Stucky, Jack .,.............. 108, 109 Styles, Charlotte ......,. 126, 127 Styles, Hugh, ........ ......... 9 2, 93 Sullivan, Arthur ..,.....,........... 276 Sullivan, George ,..,. 1.82, 83, 241 Sullivan, Lloyd ...,.......,..,. 66, 67 Sumida Hiroshi ...........,.... 74, 75 Sutherland, Helen ........ 142, 143 Sutherland, XVi11iam .,...... 98. Sutton, Beverly ,... ......., 1 16, 117 Swango, Le Roy .,................,. 236 Swanson, Erie ............v...,... 62, Q3 Swanson, 1fVa1t .,......,,.. 186, 2:10 Swart, Bettylou 134, 135. 255 Truax, Woodrow ..., 86, 87, 250 Truby, Eugene .... 108, 109, 110 Tsuhoi Kiyoka ...... 136, 137, 186 Tucker, Alan .......,........ 108, 109 Tuney, Dorthea....12S, 129, 186 Tupling, Lloyd, 53, 190, 191, 261 Turner, Anabel ....,...,... 136, 137 Turner, Donald ..........,..... 64, 65 Turner, Dorothy ........,.., 146, 147 Turner, Elizabeth. ..,........ 32, 46, 112, 144, 145 152, 256 Turner, Jerry .....,........,. 108, 109 Turner, Mabel .,...... 146, 147, 152 Turner, Marian. .........,... 130, 131 Turner, Thomas ......,..,...... 86, S7 Turpenine, Richard. ..,.... 72 73 Tustin, Ruth ..........,.,... 148, 149 Tyler, Robert .................... 92, 93 Tyson, Alfred ........ 250, 251, 252 Tyson, Sharles 68, 69, 106, 107 U Watson, Louise: ..........,.. 118, 187, 271, 272 YVatson, Richard ......,,.... 100, 101 VVats0n Willis ........ S0, 81, 230 Welab, VVilbur ......,...,..... 106, 187, 250 Webber, Kenneth,...70, 71. 261 Vifebber, Herschel ,..,.,,.,... 98, 99 W'eher, James .................,.. 70, 71 NVeher, Jean ......., 120, 121, 255 NVeber. John ........,......,........ 72, 73 NVeinberg, Lawrence ,....... 78, 79 VVeiner, Abe ,........ .27, 62, 63, 168. 169, 187, 63, 94, 95, . .........,...... 1 ,.......... 200, 202, no Weis, Maurice ....,..,.,....,......... 187 Welch, Robert ..........,,..., 276, 278 Wells, Chester .................... 96, 97 Wells, James .... 66, 67, 210, 202 Vifelsh, Edwin ..................,. 78, 79 VVendt, Walter ........,...,.....,. 71, 79 VVentworth, Sion .,.. 28, 46, 65. 187 Wferschkul, Leslie ,.., 64, 65, 149, 262 VVoods James .................... 70, 71 VVoodworth, Ella1nae..188, .,..........202, 262, 270, 271, 272 W'ormser, Mary Jane ..,. 144, 193 VVorthen, Marjorie ,..,,,., 148, 149 VV1-ay, Dorothea .... 54, 118. 1121 VVray, Richard ....,.,............. 74, 75 VVright, Marcia .....,.,..,.,, 132, 133 'VVright, Rita .... 54, 122, 123, 252, 255, 283 Vifrizht, VVilliarn .,..,,.,...,.. 74, 75 1VuIZen. Doris ...... 128, 129. 257 NVyn'1an, Eldon ........,......... 62, 63 Y Yautis, John .......,.,,...., 58, 70, 71 Xasul, Minoru ......., ,...,.... 6 0, 61 Yaw, Page .,...,...,.,........,,.... 62, 63 Yeager, Donald ,........, . ........... 286 Yerlyy, John ....,......,.... 96, 97, 204 Yoshitomi, Jack ...,..........,. 78, 79 Udick, June ........ 116, 117, 253 Unterman, June 110, 148, Urfer, Jack 78, 79, 186, V Vadnais, Bernice ........ 130, 131 S1 Vadnais, Robert... .,.,..,... .80, Valentine, Marjory ..., 144, 149 253 145 Van Atta, Betty Jean .,........ 145 Van Brakle, Del ..,..,.....,..,, 92, 93 Van Cleve, Joanne .,...... 122, 123 YVerschkul, Richard ........ 64, 65 West, Harriett ,..,........ ,... 1 42, 143 YVester, Karl ............ ,, ...... 72, lo Weston, Jane ......., 144, 145. 272 Weston, Harold ........ 58, 62, 192, 241. 286 VVeston, Jane B ............. 1:10, 144, 145 TVethered, Patricia 130. 1311 G5 Young. Betty ................ 140, 141 Young, Beverly ..........,, 126, 127 Young. Brandon ........ 27, 112, 139, 152, 188, 256 Young, Jane 136, 137, 150, 151 Young, Leo, ......,......,.. 70, 71, 286 Young, Robert ........ 84, 85, 301 Z Van Cleve, Louise ........ 112. 133, 152, 186 Vvetmore. Sherman ........ 64 Vifeymouth, Alice ..,......... 131, 137, Xvheeloc-k, Edward ..,.,..... 96. 145, 187 187 isa, 1Vhite, Mollv ....,... 144, WVl1ite, Vilallace .....,,,,,,,,,,, ,2, 73 Zamsky, Adolph ,..,........... ,62, 63 Zarewski, Archie ............ 84, S5 Zeller, Irwin ....,..,,.., 104, 105, 287 Zimmerly, Daisy ............ 136, 137 Zimmerman, Xvilliam ..., 72. 231, 252 Swift, Eleanor .... 134, 125, 196 Swiger, Robert ......,.......,..... F0 61 131,152 Swinson, Barbara 130, Van Dellen, Betty Jane 11G,117, 255 1V11ite, VVillian1 ....,,..,,.,,.., 74, T5 XVhitely, James ,..,.,.,.... .... .... 2 7 6 1Vhitelock, Virginia .... 13-1, 135 Zurcher, Clarence .....,. ,.... 7 2, 73 Zweifel, Adelaide .,........ 128, 129 1 Q 149226 BOOK . . ONE People and Personalities ,,,,.O,,,,,,,, 17 Associated Students ...,.... Iunior Weekend .,,,.,,...,, Publications ....... The Oregana .......,. The Emerald ..,,,... BOOK . . TWO Men's Organizations ....,. lnteriraternity Council Alpha Hall ..........,...........A....,.... Alpha Tau Omega ...........,...... Beta Theta Pi ............. Chi Psi ......................... Men's Cooperatives ..., Delta Tau Delta .,,,...., Delta Upsilon ,...,.... Gamma Hall ......,.. Kappa Sigma ,........ Omega Hall ,....,..,,. Phi Delta Theta ...,....,... Phi Gamma Delta .,...... Phi Kappa Psi ............, Phi Sigma Kappa ,....... Pi Kappa Alpha ............ Sherry Ross Hall .,..,...r...,.,,...... Sigma Alpha Epsilon.. Sigma Alpha Mu ......,... Sigma Chi ..........,....... Sigma Hall ............. Sigma Nu ................... Sigma Phi Epsilon ......., Theta Chi ........,......... Yeomen ...... Zeta Hall ........................ Interdormitory Council Coed Organizations ,....... Heads oi Houses ,...,...., Alpha Chi Omega ...... Alpha Delta Pi ,............. Alpha Gamma Delta.. Alpha Omrcron P1 ...,................ Alpha Phi ......,.....,.. Alpha Xi Delta ,...,...,,. .,,,,,,, 1 24 Chi Omega ,,..,,,...,,,,.,,,,, ,,,,,,,, 1 26 Coed Cooperatives ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,A,, 128 Delta Delta Delta ,,.,,,.,,, ,,,,,,,, 1 30 Delta Gamma ........... ,...,.,, 1 32 Gamma Phi Beta ..,,,,,.,, ,,,,,,,. 1 34 Hendricks Hall .,.,.,..,...,, ,,,,,,.. 1 36 Kappa Alpha Theta .,,.,,.,,.,,,,,, 138 Kappa Kappa Gamma ....,..,,,,, 140 Orides ,..,....,.,.,....,,,..,,,,,, ,,,,,,,, 1 42 Pi Beta Phi ........ ,,,.,,., 1 44 Sigma Kappa ,.,.,....,,,,,,,,,..,.,,,.., 146 Susan Campbell Hall ..,.,,.,,,,.., 148 Zeta Tau Alpha t,,.,,,.,,.,,,,,.,..,,,, 150 Panhellenic ........ ...,.,.. 1 52 Administration .,.... ,,.,,... 1 53 BOOK . . THREE 1338's Seniors ...,......,,.........,........ 167 Classes ....... V .............,.......,..,.......... l 89 Coaches. Managers, Yell Kings 197 Football ,...............,........,.............. 203 Basketball ...... ........ 2 l l Baseball ....... ........ 2 17 221 Track ........... ........ Swimming .............. ...,.... 2 25 Tennis and Golf ......... ........ 2 29 Frosh Sports ............ ........ 2 33 Intramurals ........ ........ 2 39 BOOK . . FOUR ' 243 Homecoming ............. . ,......., ......... Honor-aries and Clubs .,......,....... 249 Alpha Delta Sigma .........,..,..... 250 Alpha Kappa Psi .......... ........ 2 50 Asklepiads ............... ,....... 2 51 Beta Alpha Psi ....,......... ........ 2 51 Beta Gamma Sigma ....,........... 252 Gamma Alpha Chi .................. 252 Friars ........,,............,..... --.----- 2 53 Librarians ................. .i...... 2 53 Hui-O-Kamoaina ........ ........ 2 54 Order of the O ........ Kwama ............,.,. Mu Phi Epsilon ,,,,,,., Mortar Board ........,. Phi Beta ,.,,....,.,.,,,,,.., Phi Beta Kappa ,,......, Phi Chi Theta ,.,....... Phi Delta Phi ..,,........... Phi Theta Upsilon ,...., Scabbard and Blade.. Skull and Dagger ....,... Sigma Delta Chi ....... Sigma Xi .................. Theta Sigma Phi ....... 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