University of Oregon - Oregana Yearbook (Eugene, OR)

 - Class of 1944

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Although these changes came rapidly and left us a bit l . breathless, there was a growing feeling that there were some things we did not wish to change, if l y T because we felt they were of the essence of what Oregon has meant to all its students, whether i ' gf of the gas-light era, the other war days in 1917, or the great days of "joe College . . . And so, fi r ., .sil t throughout this book, we have attempted to show, not only the changes, but also the manifesta- tions of the ideas to which we will always hold fast: Oregon's spirit, her scholastic ideals, and her or A .lla . ff'-'H-,,f -1-jf .wil . . . . . fznest traditions, regardless of outward change. All this, that the "lights" may still be on at Oregon iftrwwt iv 77 - .irirzii t W' T . s r t ' ' 1 s t page1,E?.y.'t::1iAg.,:sy.,iivggpcgb zu. .svltarjilil-'igib A4 r 1 A ,M - , Vigil,-lx'-:LVM f ,T Q-.lpzyf Q l X, ,l , Y , ,, ' i 2" Sw fr ,N '-. fit" A ' - 1 ' ' .L ' "Y fe-4,2 ' , ,ERA -p - gil: ,,,. Q 5, 'A,- f - L we I 'gi' . 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In his fve years as the leading administrator at Oregon, he had won universal ad- miration and respect for his work in both educational and civic helds. He was a creative thinker and a courageous speaker. His sincere interest and his confidence in student government will long be remembered. I t is with the deepest sorrow and respect that the Oregana pauses to pay its tribute to Dr. Donald M. Erb. . . . of a 'teal pfzesioenf Tradltlon V X. J fr A fi!" 'fn 'V iff! 1' ?f IO the scene north of Gerlinger and symbolizes the ever-Present were the main aim and The Pioneer Mother dominates spirit of Oregon tradition. iAbove, rightl Scholastic Pursuits, as always, ' l'E . QBelowl The "rally rally" spirit of pre-war days was unclaunted, and th ' ' A 'ust as mysteriously appeared i purpose of campus 1 e OSC Beaver, mysteriously missing from the Corvallis campus, 3 Front of the "Side" in Eugene! gui some fizingg , , . . I 5 E fcang 4 'fn ,...f,.,.-.. ,.....?4fm- .. 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With a deeper meuni g this year we sing, "On victory . . urge the he . . . of our mighty O egon!" SECTIONS PAGE ' THE g GOAL AHEAD ' 001.1 AGA DAY 89 ' TPJCTLY GI Q41 ' HOME FIRE Q81 Living Urganizations, Governing Groups D 'LEMU PUNCH 5 5 7-142 GGG! 014.809 0 I I .I Xi.-..-. -M ""'!:2,f. 51- .. .+P , wif , fig " M-1 L5 ' 1 Ap , gr 1 , . Mm' . eg:1xf-gy., .fs 1' - ':nh.,.g, Q-9 -, AEE-I . - 1 , -. x -Y. 5 , , . m 1 !' ,, .f ' 1 1 A 1 A.-' 2, fx X .Q v I ,V 1 'T-Eu i.'.- " rg ,U rf 1' ' I v . -. " li 1 ii Q 'e rf L",- ' .V -3 -1-.S .3 J fhgff. .45 'nf . rw .- -' ' , fv w A 'I ,H ,VY N, in 1 D he f. 4 I J' :I vsfiigf-'P' I,l I I 1 '-rg' - A ulf. I I I 4 I 1 f o 4 K v V! Y 1 at Y P " : if f- K F X -viy '- x 1 Y X I er al ,. V , If ' 4, ,EK x . ., , 1 5 . JN ' 1 ' ' ' ' I S' ra 4 1, , ve X. 'I I at X 8 1' I . 'ff I 'S 'ya' K N 4 ' :rf A N 1 .. 7 5 5 'A . -If .y -' '--1 ' .'- f 4 5 , , . . 3.1 .Y - "5 if ,-g'.4, ,., f by fn, . "K 4' "' H :g,f,.fi,,f X- :,Z,.fjf 1? 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My Pr I .3 -A' W 'lrf"'eWff, 5. f, rr - r Q. .gs DFT ff. 2 Lk' fix", 3 4 sk! . see9S'?"V - 5 .rw r 55 A. ,gy E 5 1 fi li? 1 QHK w Qi H. v. u w .5 ,H Pig ,. Wy -A ui 7 - - -:-f.-F: . Z- .1 sg '-. j -4 f...,,:grN -..-. 53,35-f.., ,Y W 1 uw . . H... 1 ,.1, 'VJ 4-2 :C '- . . 'L 59" , . . - , -.,s1w..-m-: - -A 5 k , v l J I H wr 'E' N ... , . Y na H'-' ff 'A -rj Lv..-.. M, :V ,,.., 4 ORLANDO .IQ HOLLIS Cting President '8- I i l W " C. .Q milf". v"' "Z r 451,15 .iniftgzj Q,jfjg,.- V? hz-J.i,,Ij' '.'3:gM. 110.1111 7 ig.,-1 iii 51 - 25+ 351,-'wil'W'-17!'1f1"'2'J ' iQfi'7L'v -"'Af 4 H.. , 5263? Keg,-.. 111.1-Q..--.gv.Z'I?'J.L .hr-. -- -A -.5-3' L W! ,cl ig. 21.srggg-LI5gjg.rfl,MMgrf 14. ' I A ' Ml EI?-1. .-'iw '.2'..Q 42i Qw- . :liwf .1-W-',L:n,s-w".mum! eg ,mu -wg.. -'37, :3-F1 '-'iff L-wg, -'paw , jj,.::,.Q' , 1 X' - -' img. V- f . ff? ' , , Q , .,... ,. E. . if 4- fI..3..f.f ., . vw ' i,l: f, ,-.' g,1 . .bf , . Q y V ' ' 5 E ii 1 i BURT BROVVN BARKER Vice President EUGENE M. PALLETT, Executive Secretary KARL W. ONTHANK, Dean of Personnel and Registrar Administration Admini tration Adjusts to War Problem While Plannin Po t-War Progress HAT THE UNIVERSITY OF OREGON may continue to move forward in the light of the mutation of student interest and the decrease in enroll-- ment and faculty members, acting President Orlando Hollis and his staff, while combatting the many difficulties of a third war year, are looking to the future too, solidly building post-war plans for an institution that never before has seen the problem of adjustment to change on so vast a scale. As a bulwarlc against a national deficiency of military and civilian manpower, the present task has become momentous: that of providing basic training for future Army oflicers, of cooperating with the War Department in educating Air Corpsmen and Army training units, and of preparing its women for their places in manless business and industrial worlds. Despite a 35 per cent decrease in enrollment since last year, University students rose to the need for compact Working schedules, which meant abolition of the vacation days of Armistice day and the Friday following Thanksgiving, and the shortening of fall and winter term vacations and final examination periods. With the arrival of three military units, problems mo-unted increasingly. The Air Corps schedule conflicted with that of the pre-engineering and for- eign area and language student-soldiers. Both crossed with civilian academic schedules, necessitating a careful revision of University calendars, and a more drastic alteration to go into effect fall term allowing military and civilian schedules to coincide. Following the entrance of the United States into the war, courses were added or modified, according to exigencies. Four year physical fitness programs for men were instituted, courses with direct relation to war time needs such as nutrition and First Aid filling out the scholastic calendar. Faculty members were called to military or government jobs, requiring special techniques in research and other fields. Those remaining have assumed posts in local civilian defense projects or observation details. Mr. Hollis was appointed Acting President of the University following the untimely death of Donald M. Erb winter term. President Hollis is also Acting Dean of the Law School. W N " ' W , . . V : V M' V -:Agri ' w '1' wi-sais. ,i p ALICE B. MACDUFF, Assistant Dean of Women VIRGIL D. EARL, Dean of Men :KH HAZEL P. SCHVVERING, Dean of VVomen M 12? AN HEAD UF ER ICE DEPARTME T CLIFFORD L. CONSTANCE, Assistant Registrar I. ORVILLE LINDSTROM, Business Manager GEORGE S. TURNBULL, Head of News Bureau HEAD UF ERVIC WILLIS WARREN, Librarian ' mr" 3 EEQWT' 3' DONALD L. LEVVIS, Superintendent of Physical Plant ggi. . I -,,, V ri 6 WA x ' .. lm, r r JANET M. SMITH, Employment Secretary GENEVIEVE TURNIPSEED, Director of Dormitories QEPARTME T ROBERT C. HALL, Superintendent, University Press FRED N. MILLER, Director of Health Service DORIS HACK, Acting Alumni Secretary s 'Hsu - W mu" T s t n t , Egg get GEORGE N. BELKNAP, Editor 33 A ARMY ACADEMIC PROGRAM W, V. NORRIS, Academic Director of the War .1 . D , ' . Training Program HE FACULTY of the University oi Gregon was definitely brought into the war effort when contracts were signed by the University with the Army for academic instruction of two hundred and fifty pre-meteorology Air Corps soldiers and some eight hundred Foreign Area and Language and Basic Engineer l soldiers. The number of soldiers did not entirely replace former civilian men on the campus, but the courses called for the contract did present a real problem in faculty adjustment as well as the use of rooms and laboratory equipment because most of the soldiers were to be given instruction similar to civilian students. Faced with the problem of correlating Army and civilian academics, the University of Oregon administration last spring appointed W. V. Norris, Acting I-lead of the Physics Department, as Academic Director of the VVar Training Program. Associate Directors were Dr. E. I-l. Moore, heading the Area and Language studies, and Dr. A. F. Moursund, overseeing the Engineers. Dr. Norris acted as academic head of the Air Corps pre-meteorology students, while Assistant Director G. S. Iette served in an administrative capacity. The several directors worked in close connection with the departmental heads of the various schools in order to bring about the most eilicient use of teachers, classrooms, and other University facilities, and to avoid conflict with the civilian program. The educational program of the three Army groups being trained at the University was necessarily varied. For later use in communications, aviation, and advanced technical fields, the air cadets were given a year of mathematics, mechanics, physics, English, history, geography, military, and physical educa- tion. The nine-month pre-engineering course consisted of mathematics, physics, chemistry, mechanical drawing, history, English, geography, military, and physi-' cal education. A somewhat different program was given the Foreign Area and Language students. The men underwent intensive training in the language, history and geography of a chosen country. Spanish, Portuguese, Russian, Norwegian, and Italian were the languages offered. Army classes were an integral part of the College of Liberal Arts, conse- quently, soldier-students will be able to transfer credits earned here to other schools after the war. The University is proud of the fact that in comparison with other schools. a high academic standard has been maintained. Reports of physical fitness indicates that the Physical Education Department also maintained its reputation 34 for thoroughness by topping all schools in the nation. . Atxv .3 ghe- L, . ...I 9-51111 ' sif,i5.'i'hX 1 'T -x , ' 1 j Y , 3 I 3+ f is 2 at Aff' H 1 fav E wi J, so .,.,. A ,., .,.,., 1 ,. .1 fsz ,Wx Y 5fW Nui' , :Ag Y "5 , 5, . 2 2 27,1 -' ,.1,.,l ,v IL E7 A Lf 4 li X , L 1., n fr S .w-in f' w .jg if. .K ,wx, , K - " 511:23 ,yay-.' X . wif Lg, . ,, 1 7551. 252 ' ,Y 2. L..,,,u 'M-. Emaszfg ' f s X X E 1 x . 5 v S QL, Q f "H -If. K ,L-s p K, J V, 9, Jr . mg in w Q may '. 'ffl A.,, Z5 w X I an 3 4: , ' gi -'WS' 36 ,Kwai ,aa ANDREW M VINCENT if L , , .. f. X ,. if as X .. -I :fd ga. L Yglxreesi? XN Ney xeiaot Xxx ei?YigLeS5oi ol Ps . SSOCXA of Dravung and Painting OMBINING adaptation to war needs and planning for the post-war peri the School of Architecture and Allied Arts maintained its equilibrium a demonstrated its ability to adjust to adverse conditions this year. Under the leadership of Dean Ellis F. Lawrence, the faculty began to m out the courses of the future, when a greatly-increased enrollment is with the return of former students now in the service, the usual classes, and the rehabilitation cases from the fighting forces. to the Universityis wartime program were made by Eyler Brown and W Iayden of the architecture staff and George S. Jessup of the landscape who collaborated in the training of soldier students in physics and drawing. Several faculty members, Frederick A. Cuthbert, Harlow Arthur Riehl, and Edward K. True, on leave of absence, participated in war work under the Federal I-Iousing Authority and vital industries. members of the staff were engaged in summer employment in war work, as defense housing and industrial developments. Statistics on 400 of the ates and Former students revealed that approximately half of them are serv in the amied forces and half are employed in war industries. With the majority of the men students on duty with the several branches the nationls services, the fields of landscape and architecture 'experienced sharpest drop in enrollment, while women dominated all divisions of the sch For those soldiers stationed on the campus who were interested in c tinuing their art work, the Allied Art League held open house and offered use of a studio in which to work. Q Looking back on a successful career and seeing in the future even big and better accomplishments, the School of Architecture took the year in stride and supplied its share of the training needed today. ELLIS F. LAWRENCE is in a large measure responsible for making Oregon's School of Architec- and Allied Arts one of the most famous in the coun- 'Accomplishments of its students reflect his talent, and energy. ILL llfiig Q: V- . JEAN SUTHERLAND, Instructor Sculpture WALLACE S. I-IAYDEN, Assistant ' Professor of Architecture INDIVIDUALITY is stressed in Mr. Vincent's Painting class. 5 To 14 ,fr ' :21 1 to V . Aff A ' "ls I ff s w , fl 1 fl fg r or Z' a , . a.,-- ' 1- ' ' ik' -"..f , 'E 1: u -1 ' , 4 A . ' T Fu ff' f- V - 1 Q R it -1 ' - 1 ' .Q .. , f 5' 3. 5 - , 3 , 1 ,-in 'J er-.., 1' 1- f. .1- ' - 'E --if .L ' if " " 1- ff ' --1" Anne Chapman Virginia Atchison Tacoma., Wash. Portland M argaret Black Portland OUTSTANDING COED LEADER and BWOC Miki Campbell wielded the gavel over AWS this year, having served her ap renticeship as secretary of women stuclents in 1943. Vice-presi- dent of her house, this vivacious Alpha Chi was a member of Mortar Board, Phi Theta, and Gamma Alpha Chi. Marjorie Ott Susan Sawyer Roseburg Wenatchee, Wash. Dorothy Roome Nancy Scott Eugene Redmond Lelia Telfer Yvonne Torgler Donna Williams Portland Portland McMinnville PRESIDENT OF MORTAR BOARD, vice-president of the Senior Class, and president of her house are only a few of Theta Sue SaWyer's titles, "Susie" is also listed' rated in "Who's VVho," was a Junior Weekend Princess, and a mem- ber of Phi Theta. PRESIDENT OF THE ALLIED ART LEAGUE, Edith Onthank has lent creative talent to Odeon and numerous decoration committees. Edie, a member of Kappa Alpha Theta, was chosen to the Senior Six of Phi Beta Kappa and has shown great interest in campus politics and athletics. - - - - V- 'fr rf .. ..,.., .. . .- , P -. '53 . Q ,' -. '45 4: 1. ' sf--1. 'M' - 4: .. ,' ' f . . .Tr W ' V1-0:1 cg, - - - i -I I 'A I :Q ' , as a - I 4. . - a . , i 'jfi L-. .. . W. A . wL,., ' ff' ' - ,-4 , 1 4, '- ' ' f- 1 1 4 V b v .' . Q . .0 " 1 L' 2- l 1 'ui V vt-:xl - . V ,tx V' . ,Ai -I-,, :,-. . r f Q l -. - r 12 W- -A' 'fi' A . 'F' ..- 4 Y 3 " ,. iA" '- 3 Hg - . .,., fair. 1 . ,,. . 11 . I. . H -I ,.." , .- ' fr. - -r' .11 fe. as , vi - ' Q ' ' . i WX yi ' 4 ' . '- 'Z - . - '- 'ze A if v -' - - . V g ,1 Q I X ' . ' ' 2 1 jf 5- 'i " , - 'Q' i A2 U 'U ' " iikfrgi' H' ' 'i Y ' Yroliesso NW' S'YXl'l'a:100 ot B'aw3f'lSG Pfcigliikvess A 0 40 ALFRED L. LOMAX, Professor Business Administration Business and war have been closely relatedg business and peace will intimately related also. Modern war necessitates the mobilization of as well as men, and the School of Business Administration has cor heavily to the conflict. Hundreds of men, both faculty and students, entered varied fields of service for the nation. Now, as the post-war period grows steadily closer, the School is b its work for the period of peace at the war's end. The business world faced with many .perplexing problems of readjustinent. The Univ Oregon School of Business Administration is making plans to be ready for transition-ready to train' young men and women for an Oregon of ei economic life, ready to serve business men throughout the state with with conferences, and with young men and women trained to enter their Dean Morris, one of the University's most popular speakers, has been a by Governor Earl Snell as chairman of the State Committee on Post adjustment and Development. Efforts are being made to get Oregon ready to absorb into peacetime employment the large numbers who will demobilized from war industries and the armed forces. Careful study is being given to the development of ei revised course of adapted to the new economic trends, the new relationships of government business, and the new opportunities opening in the Pacific Basin. The aim is to remain tied to economic fundamentals and also to keep al new developments. Certain phases of the old business world have definitely passed, but School sees a promising future ahead for the state and has its plans to train Oregon young people for this future. ,W ,af -., . i -if gt.. '. + fl, ' A ffl!! . '. F' 'biftizig sw: ' -- , , fu '35 Wg, ns -,Z f :egg :: -1 1 42212 V, x , is -, X +, 4: fi' 1 'Mai -53: sa 5 Q Q , -fi '1 Q- . , 1 . il. 45 J1'-. " ' ' l . -'f A - -. . f 5' J , 2 ' 5 W ' ' x " ' 'E if 1' 0, L, f. '35 ,L -f ml Qi. . - Q .. RK: .' ' r-Urn' 'Q I A I Q: 1-I .' ' I 1155 N ' '- ff I - "' .. 'L ,A -. .. 1 - ' ' s -1 ' -1 " a -H -1 4 5, , ', 3 Robert Deverell Irene Bastasch Eugene Portland Leah Befus Portland PROMISE OF FUTURE ACHIEVE- MENT in the business world is shown by eH-icient Elizabeth Edmunds. A Delta Gamma, "Liz" was business man- a er of the Emerald resident of Gam 8 1 P ' ma Alpha Chi, and a member of Mor- tar Board and Phi Theta Upsilon. - OJ Beth Rowan Roine Smith Nadine Walters Mary Wright Eugene Springfield Eugene Claremont, Calif Olson Betty E. Perry Eugene , Eugene Page Joy Rasmussen Gresham Eugene SPONSORING A SMASHINC bond- selling campaign, jean Frideger clearly demonstrated her ability as chaimman of thecampus war board. This small but dynamic Tri-Delt has been a member of Phi Theta and worked on Homecoming and Dad's Day last year. l l EF TRANSFERRING FROM MULT- NOMAH COLLEGE in her junior year, jean Page made her mark in campus politics and was elected to the second vice-presidency of ASUO. Chair- manship of the Co-ordinating Commit- tee and membership in Phi Chi Theta, Gamma Alpha Chi, and Pi Beta Phi led to her listing in "Who's Who." BUSINESS AD classes prepare students for the real life problems of to im 3 V ,ge TYPING PROVES a very absorbing subject. , hi Chi Theta NATIONAL BUSINESS Women's honorary, the Oregon Beta chapter follows the sorority's aims r high ideals among business Women, and stimulates change of ideas in fields of commerce. Carrying out eir purpose practically, the group introduces successful siness people as speakers. A scholarship key is given annually on the basis of 'gh scholastic standing and general student activities a senior woman in the business school. The officers for 1944 are Elizabeth Eid, presidentg eah Befus, vice-presidentg Yvonne Umphlette, secre- ryg lean Gallo, treasurerg and Adele Riggs, historian. rs. Ruth Thompson is faculty advisor to the group. PRESIDENT Elizabeth Eid Lorraine Davidson Jean Page Hildegarde Roselund Jean Gallo Betty E. Perry Yvonne Umphlette Doris Hoiland Joy Rasmussen Leah Befus Betty Ann Keup Fay Rice MGI'i0I1 Bllrlihgham Marion Olson Adele Riggs Charlotte Calder Muriel Olson 'I 46 -ltlifn' , 'i I Eiflgfil' - 'd5?'w'Q4, wif' . v L ': I R . 1, ,H i' 'K I? if S aff? tr. Ali! 1 . 1 SY, eooagfvfaacafton 'ieS90i O 1 ,f HENRY D. SHELDON Emeritus of History and Education HE SCHOOL OF EDUCATION has this year been obliged to Pxsilsm nf? 10' twofold obligation. ln addition to the specialized and intensive regularly given prospective teachers, the department was faced with the task replacing the many teachers who were taken into the anned forces and industries. ' To meet this serious teacher shortage, Dean Iewell and his efiicient staff gone to work revising old programs and adding new courses so that teachers be quickly trained to fill these vacant posts. Emergency one-year certificates offered to former teachers who wish to resume this occupation. College who were not education majors may now enroll in certain education courses also qualify for an emergency certificate. A decreased enrollment has some classes to be dropped, but where there is sufficient interest, groups of as as one or two may receive special instruction. Not only have efforts been made to meet present educational crises, but siderahle planning is under way in anticipation of future needs. About a ago, the late President Erb became interested in the possible role the Ur might take in the orientation and rehabilitation of service men and women at close of the war. Accordingly, he organized a committee of faculty 1'l' under the chairmanship of Dr. Leighton, Dean of the school of Physical tion, to investigate what facilities the University maintains which would in carrying out this important task. Dr. Killgallon, head of the De Besk C for students with special problemsl was engaged as advisor to the Con All departments of the University were surveyed to discover how they might coordinated in the rehabilitation program. As a result of this survey, a tl plan is being prepared to satisfy the special educational interests of re service men and women. Oregon was among the very first Universities to the college-role in the rehabilitation program. The School of Education under Dean Iewell and his facultv co-wc doing excellent work in overcoming a war-time emergency. ,E ow 1: Q , ,VP 5' v 1w,3q.a" 4 Q il Q. 9, 2-V . .. ,. 1 5 . 5: f.. If .,-:i- ,J . f QS. f " A 5 .. R ' L. KENNETH SHUMAKER, Assist- AN JAMES R. IEWELL keeps Orvgorfs School of Education on the map by his spirit of pioneering and ressiveness. Always on the alert for innovations, he contributed much to the field of education. H' 3? E+ f '31- ar v '. F, L ,i i s 4. - . ' .K 112221, X! jail ' 71 :l gg xkyffgr sl. -if .. .. x,x,3s5g3 - af fa, tt-Qi. . 'fi -..D wsu :E Qgffsgfgesi' I ., jg ga-1 E ' if ant Professor of Education fssifsiise, . -' fzzseiiif K' FRED L. STETSON, Professor of Edu- cation SUPERVISED teaching, the W H, gi rl ,,,, H ,, last lap in the Education School. M I in , f - ff 5 fbfswn, 5mi5g.gi I . I V A 7 ' . , 1 -lil: .Q .V ,swf no in -- 1- Q Q 4 I Q ', , f, " I sis 9 g ' ,, " '- ' ' 'E'253'v4Fi,f-E' , , ,1,,,. n v x FJ 4 ., f'-egiifl, 5, so +- w A E i s if ' ' fs, 'E L ' f' vm in E+ '--M Sf W, 'J ,Q V . - . of . E l !lL"'9fifi'-""J X30 'Y x I U ,, N . , -: ' A Zigiifgzcoh sf -L-M -ffm , il- Wagga. M , W ,,.. , ,. in .sums-f11,a:f -.RNS 1- X rar. few fy? 'faux 1w ,,,.,. 11, , , . 1 ,1 I' fi-' - ' if-' 'H 1. .. ' 5 '--... . , .. ' W'-1, '- A - - N' '51 "':.,'Z' -, 4' F. A, N , 41 '- , KI- E 1 , --Q1 sl! 'T-V -:K 5 -.. ' A . .u s it .- ,. ,.: :jg ,gg .- 4" I 1-' X' -L -- .1 Aft ,I .V-A A4 Q g.. ,fl A- , .A .uf Q, Q - ,Q H6 5 "' l MP 'A I .9 'A I t L - ' 'Q Jane Kalina Thelma Nelson Springfield Kinzua. Vivian Knoll Shirley Parker Helen Deedon Mapleton North Powder Salem Louana Edmonds Jacqueline Burdick Eugene Kinzua Ursula Cooper Toledo W- ' :Zi- FIVE 4-POINTS show proof of Thelma Nelson's scholastic achievements. A M member of University House, Thelma was chosen for the Senior Six of Phi e Beta Kappa, and was active in Pi Q- E Lambda Theta and Westminster House. EH' uma 1 55:1 is Jane Alice Pengra Eugene , , VKX, V .A -S vu 1 ' - ei he -1-.- ,Q Pi ? Lambda Theta I LAMBDA TI-IETA is a national honorari nity for women interested in education. founded in 1917 by the union of seven honor h of women in education, and took the name of t 1 W formed at the University of Missouri. The Missouri group was the oldest of the seven, being founded in 1910. Kappa chapter began at the University of Ore- gon as the VVon1en's Education Club in January, 1920, and joined the national organization in june, 1921. Officers of the local group are president, Ella Car- rickg vice-president, Florence Van Etteng recording sec- retary, Evelyn Carter, corresponding secretary, Helen Lettow, treasurer, Frances Newsome, and keeper of records, Thelma Nelson. RED-HAIRED JANE ALICE PEN- CRA'S friendly smile is well-known on the campus. A Phi Theta, she was also a member of Orides and the YWCA Cabinet. PI LAMBDA THETA. FIRST ROW: Betty jean Walker, Mary Alderson, Grace Scully, Emma Jean Hoifmaster, Thelma Nelson. SECOND ROW: Mrs. Marie Tinker, Mrs. Frances Newson, Dr. Leona Tyler, Mrs. Florence Van Etten, Miss Ella Carrick, President, and Mrs, Catherine Crumbaker. THIRD ROW: Mrs. Gertrude Hill Drury, Miss Lolita Pierson, Miss Minerva Grifiis, Miss Helen Petroslcey, Miss Dorothy Moore, and Mrs. Lucia Leighton. 49 .. i f w- ,J fl U -J. . rf.. . ' - ' f -4331. 1 Y ' .-' ' 1 I 4- - 513 - Aa' : -3- ' 2 f. ' fl - -- gi . . '- f., a' 'A W .E- :rf T ' ... . - . 'f ' ,-., ' , 'I f - " H Y .. -3. A , . w as 1 af'-. 6 rr' T41 .i " ET ' -ff'1.'E' . "gala :- : r 1 - -, -1' .- ff' ia 13 -A .Q . - - A?-Q 4-if 1--'47 J ax, .tra 4 1 1--..- . J.. Q -K ' Y--,rv . - ,Q 'us- :-f"f'-- ' . , aff ix fini vi' jf' -. is ' '-9-1 A. F - N is 235 "fc 1, ,sg 'li , 'LT ' , 4,- . L. 'E mr J: ' J ef . ,Aw ' ?-.ANN W. F. G. THACHER, Professor English and Advertising ice Pee-0513 o. YY' XN Ptvlviiouifxaxlsxix 22950 '50 10' HE CLATTERING of typewriters, the clank of lmotype machines, and for copy are a part of the "organized confusion" which greets the ears newcomer to the journalism "shack". Under the leadership of Dean Eric W. Allen, the journalism school has from a mere three classes in 1912 to one of the finest of its type of the c having trained such well known figures as jay Allen, foreign war corresp Palmer Hoyt, publisher of the Oregonian and director of the domestic of OVVIQ Nancy Wilson Ross, authorg Ernest l-laycox, story writer, and more who are doing valuable Work on newspapers and magazines thrc the country and as war correspondents in foreign lands. VVomen in particular are being offered positions whcih have rarely been open to them, as jobs are now available which offer them unlimited sibilities for advancement. Basic work in reporting, publishing, copy editing, graphic journalism, graphy, and a series of advertising courses are offered the undergraduate With the student's senior year comes Dean Allen's editing class, which is for its 30,000-word thesis requirement each term. Practical exeperience in oratory reporting and copyediting classes and in extra-curricular work on Emerald, student daily, and the Oregana, yearbook, is a helpful part of the ing available. Along with the training' given for a journalistic career the student gets a background knowledge of literature, history, psychology, other social s languages, and all liberal arts subjects. With its major publications, the l and the Oregana, attaining All-American recognition for four and seven respectively, the students put to practical use the high professional st taught them by the members of the school of journalism faculty. -wth J" w Za A L. in : I 1 1 -W' X 4 . M ,.-ll X-K N I' ' I 1 i ' Jw 1 ww as 'Q 'V' N 'H' .. . Nggj f' U g.,- -1' 1, 5 ma'-w:. w if ,K . ' lg 4 A ' . lgzvafz 'fn WJ, wl SL elf M W a , T X z f - ,xp Q ' x ., ,Q he 41. Wm . 1- ,I Z " Qqp ' ,ZW . Illk . lr'-My Q Y, Q- --:- 3 ' 'N A if 'P' ,fri "'1f gf-W ,U -'i 1 9 J- Qi 3,25 5 Q . 1' - M , ,Q ff f fa 1 4 li 4 . .4 aw 1 L5-+V Q-3 A .-f-, , . A ' fl 15 af .f v M u W .Ay 11 . :QV " I 2 Ref IV' . ,, ..- an 'Q ' 1. P ' 1- "L, 'A I 'f- ,f uf . . 1- . . 1. , n s'- -.. 1. 5, .M '.- ,, 3 b , A 1. 5 3.4 " f.. , . L , , .h hh -.N H' H., Y .. .,. A -. ' , 4' : . ,M 1... P ,. . ... .- . f . 4 -Qm:- - '- J- ,- 4 "v:-rl '. 1 , Jr " 4 , ,fx-, , A - I. -. , ., -. . f . 4 . ..' iff! Anna Hegstrom Barbara Lamb Portland Portland Shirley Huntington Ann R. Leo Gail Edingel' Salem Eugene Centralis, Wash. Carol Greening MSPQC CUFU5 Saratoga, Calif, Portland Ruth Dozier Redding, Calif. BEARING THE RESPONSIBILITY of leading and molding student opinion in this unique war year fell upon Emer- ald Editor Marjorie Major Goodwin. Mortar Board, Theta Sigma Phi and Pot and Quill were here honorariesg Alpha Delta Pi her living organization. L , v .mi 11.2211 q Z-I fr v Marguerite M. Magill Bend ,- ii ssszqggfgeszf i . , , J .. ra 41 Aa. ' 1. : K .,'0 , ,'. X 1 fm. ,E 'v i . A ' E r E155 ,.f-- 3 : wi, Q Ka -5 Marjorie Major Goodwin Joanne Nichols Lorraine Peterson Margie Robinson Jean Wallace Eugene Vernonia. Portland Eugene Portland FRIENDLY ALPHA CHI Marge Cur- tis has proved her leadership as presi- dent of her house and Phi Theta Upsi- lon, vice-president of the Sophomore class, and AWS sergeant-at-amis. Mor- tar Board, Kwama, and Theta Sigma Phi have also claimed her membership. ONE OF THE MOST HIGHLY RATED journalism seniors was Marge Robinson, editor of Old Oregon, alumni publication. Besides her editorial post, she was known for her membership in Theta Sigma Phi, the Senior Six of Phi Beta Kappa, and her interest in drama- tics, having been assistant director of the Guild Theatre's "Dark Victory." THE CLASS OF 1944 HAS claimed major attention from AOPI Barbara Lamb, who served as Senior president and junior vice-president. "Lambie" has an enviable campus record: Kwama, Phi Theta, Theta Sigma Phi, AWS treasurer, Emerald worker, and Schools Editor of the Oregana. ' PRESIDENT Joan Nichols Marge Curtis Marjorie Major Goodwin Edith Newton Betty Arm Stevens Joan Dolph Carol Greening Margie Robinson Marjorie Young Ruth Dozier Barbara Lamb 54 A Theta Sigma Phi ATIONAL JOURNALISM honorary frarern for women, Theta Sigma Phi chooses its memb from juniors and seniors in journalism on the basis journalistic ability, scholastic achievement, and lead ship. joanne Nichols "leads this active group. Theta Sig's annual Matrix Table is a formal banq honoring women in journalism and arts and lett 'Honored guests include the most outstanding fresh and sophomore women, and the most outstanding journalists from Eugene and University high sch Helen Hedrick, Medford writer, Oregon alumna, author of "The Blood Remembers," was this year's g speaker. lemma lpha Chi OW IN WARTIME, members of Camma Alpha - Chi, women's national advertising honorary, are :alizing a new responsibility in keeping interest in the Hvertising profession alive on the campus. Fall term CAX entertained one of its most distin- Jished members, Miss julia Cobum, first honorary ce-president of the national organization, nationally own fashion expert, and director of the Tobe-Coburn hool of Fashion Careers in New York City. For the cond consecutive year the Zeta chapter, this year led Elizabeth Edmunds, was the proud winner of the ollins cup, and also won a S25 bond for promptness meeting national obligations. Through a campus- ide drive sponsored by CAX many hospitalized sol- CAX PLEDCES carried on Alpha Delta Sigma tradition, parading signboards at a basketball game. ers received cigarettes. P V PRESIDENT Elizabeth Edmunds L.. Campbell Rannie Fletcher Jean Gallo Helen Johnson Yvonne Umphlette Barbara Younger Clause Sally Fletcher J enelyn Gaston Marguerite Magill Shirley Huntington Charlene Pelly 55 is. W-'fx Q rr, X9 N rt. V96 cardio avseoe KENNETH I. OCONNELL ciate Professor of Law HILE THE CORRIDORS of traditional Fenton hall echo with heavy tread of GI shoes, seven mufti-clad students are carrying on in University of Oregon school of law. Under the capable guidance of Dean Orlando Hollis, they are endeavoring to keep alive the spirit as the letter of the American system of law and order. ' Known nationally for consistently turning out a high quality of legal the school discards the stereotyped faculty-student relationship for that of and "senior" members of a law firm. Proof that the legal profession is far a man's field is the enrollment of two women in the "workshop". With four of the faculty on leave of absence, competent "senior of the school is Acting Dean Orlando Hollis who replaces Dean W Morse, now in Washington, DC., as a public member of the War Labor Early this year, Professor I-lollis was appointed acting president of the versity by the state board of education. Besides these capacities, he is athletic representative and is chairman of the committee on courses. Assisting lVlr. Hollis are Kenneth O'Connell, associate professor of and L. L. Ray, special lecturer. Mr. Ray, who instructs the course in law, was Lane county's District Attorney for two years. On leave are Lawrence G. I-lartwig, assistant professor of law, Cl Howard, professor of lavvg and Carlton E. Spencer, professor of law. Theories and solutions to the perplexing problems of law and its 1 varigating interpretations receive a working over by students and faculty in the Oregon.Lavv Review, acclaimed one of the best periodicals of its the country. Spring temi "court sessions" give students a taste of the side of law, when aspiring barristers become defense lawyers, prosecuting neys, and even witnesses. President of the law school student body is Carlton R. Reiter, senior, receives his law degree this year. The uzany' frolics of pre-war days are a of the past, but the Law School VVeekend of spring term is still a hig the social calendar. y 'S fw ., 6 .J 1 : . lui -I fill: X kb' Q af - , w ' 1 ' 31454. : qv .., ,f! Q , , Ai ,C , cw 4-7 uf, mv. 1 -: 11 ' ,, ,, N, ,. , ..,. V l .,-Lf:..1. 5, -t , 1 , .2133 f 2,541 QE 1 ,I "4 ,MM 1 23' M ,N N xv .fa 1 1 F f. 3: Q 1. . im' 15 QM H' 11, 1 M , Us 1 ' i . 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' I i " .J I rl.- ' "il Teal' ' VE: 3" I IIII5 aI- ,I ,-5fII if .Q - '- .vim ri-. - .-' 'ff' it h, x,.'. Q 4 , A - ."' f 577 'lf ' QFD I I A ....,,, -.. 11 is :WW 58 ...ii ff" 7 A .. ,.. f "T Y G . . A E ,,,w A og YXQXWBDC 4' EN Qei QXN 1 391 - Y I B 159 Yiiiiguaiie De? C. VALENTINE BOYER, English Department ROBABLY every University student has taken at least one course in college of Liberal Arts. This college, headed by Dean Gilbert, is the on the University of Oregon campus. Some eighteen different divisions corporated under this school. These divisions range from the Depar English with its counits, speech and drama, to science, mathematics, and department of romance and Germanic languages. Under the impetus of the war-time training program, some of these ments have undergone considerable expansion. The Pre-Meteorology and Engineering curricula, for example, called for much more work in matl chemistry, and physics. And the course in Area and Language combines in Spanish, Portuguese, Norwegian, and Russian with instruction in the geography, and culture of these areas. I The reduced enrollment of men students and the concurrent increase in number of women students has caused a marked shift in the load of va partments. ln economics and political science, for instance, where the are men students, the enrollment has dwindled notably. On the other classes in English, foreign languages, home economics, and sociology have their full quota of students. Although civilian enrollment in science c only a fraction of the fonner number, the science department has been its full capacity to meet the demands of the army training program. The college of Liberal Arts satisfies a wide variety of cultural and sp training requirements. The lower division student may choose from an 1 number of background and cultural courses, while the upper division str open to him a choice of several majors. Besides the more generalized leading to a degree in general science, the Liberal Arts student may seek tion in a specialized Held. Medical, dentistry, and nursing students indispensable prerequisite training in the science department. Social departments prepare the student for social work and public service. foreign language, and speech and drama pave the way for careers in and creative work. .rt H. GILBERT, calm, friendly, and has this year been responsible for coordina- army and student facilities in the College of Libernl as well as leading this largest school on the campus. HOWARD R. TAYLOR, Head of Psychology Department DAN E. CLARK, Head of History Department UNITED STATES HISTORY from Dr. Clark is a popular course. v . - J wi? ' . 'ig It : A' 'N .r 1- I R- -4 .1 1 3, , I at f t -' 1 ff 1 . 4? ., , s F ' N J' s QP, , fr 115 J -4 ' . z . , SL. Mary Bentley Sally Bowerman Doris Bruce Julie Carpenter Portland Portland Portland Medford Glenn D Baird Wendell Best Virginia Locke Brayton June Buckles Dorothy Jean Carter ' Eugene Portland Nehalem La. Grande Eugene , Patricia Bartlett Phggfsggjcher Eureka, Calif. Nancy Ames Portland 3 1 K' I 55249 fe we ' ' W. C. IONES, Head of Political Science Department 60 ,IU .l, Qs' GEORGE F. LUSSKY, Head of Ger- HARRY B YOCUM Head of B101 ADOLPH H KUNZ Head gy partment 1SfTy Department man Department ra Case Gilbert A. Ching Phyllis Collier Mary Jane Dunn Ruth Eckhardt Eva M. Fleming Portland Honolulu, Hawaii Klamath Falls Eugene Portland ' Eugene , irley Casebeer Madelle Christoferson Susanne Deverell Virginia Durckel Walt Enders Sally Fletcher Portland Eugene Eugene Portland Medford Boise, Idaho W x.,,, V iii Y N' : ea 1 2 1 'X F. MOURSUND, Head of HARVEY G. TOWNSEND, Head of WARREN D. SMITH, Head of De- dcs Department Philosophy Department partment of Geology and Geography- Y , A... .R -, . '1 LX- .. r , '52 ... 1 ,, " 'A F 1 Jr v m 4- V. ., i ' ew ' M. A ri - . y 'I '-A 'P f K Q K if - 1 'SL 'J Laurene Gardner Harriet Henderson Eugene Margaret Harshman Orchard 1 :J Lois Hoffman Sallie Hodges Beryl Innes Helen M Johnson Portland Eugene Bremerton Wash Sheridan Emma Jean Hoffmaster Susan Huffaker Kathryn Jenkins Doris Jones JON' Hathaw-HY Grants Pass Eugene San Marino Calif Myrtle Point Tillamook Oregon City NUMBER ONE COED OF THE YEAR was Nancy Ames, ASUO presi- dent. This position topped a college career studded with honors for the dark-haired Pi Phi, among which were Phi Theta and Mortar Board. Last year, she received the Gerlinger Cup as out standing Junior woman l 6 Vx .W -mo, fnksievuf 5, HELEN HOLDEN MANNING will be remembered for her dancing talent and as 1943's "Little Colonel." Honors and positions include Mortar Board, Senior Representative on the Executive Council, president of Hendricks Hall and Phi Beta, music honorary. 1 -x ene Fay Kimeldorf Carmalite Leonardson Shirley Seavey Lomax Roberta Madden Vivian McNamee Dorothy Moliton Eugene Boise, Idaho Eugene Palo Alto, Calif. Portland Eugene illie Lawrence Wilbur Linde Ernest Lund Helen Holden Manning Cleora Mersclorf Edna Lee Montgomery Portland Eugene Eugene McMinnville Eugene Portland CULMINATING FOUR YEARS of Q: outstanding and all-round campus work, ' 1 Helen Johnson served as editor of the Oregana this year. Well-known for her energy and sense of humor, "Johnnie" of the Alpha Chi house has found time for Senior Six, Mortar Board, Phi f Theta, Gamma Alpha Chi, and Pot 'f 4' and Quill. PRESIDENCY OF THE YWCA cagped Beverly Padgham's activity rec- or . Kwama, Phi Theta, Mortar Board, and the Student Union Committee have also claimed attention from this ener- getic ADPi. f Lista 'Q' ,. 5 Q . 5.3, '.-3 -r,. '1 Q W f. ' . 4 Q- ". ' . 'fe 44' . i, u L if , l- I fl "' ' ' X ' 'f - 3 K if 3" ,, f. 'F' " ' ' Y -f 1 Q. 1 np' ' a . . -L. - . 6' e ' G.- E 'Z' 119' Beverly Padham Josephine Reginato Virginia Rilance Maribeth Rodway Long Beach, Calif. Klamath Falls Portland Monroe , , Charline Pelly Carlton R. Reiter Beryl Robertson Richard Rogers Marie Nichols M d , . E S . H ld J . . Boring o esto, Calif. ugene prlng e unctxon Cnty Margaret Ott Enid Moo' Portland Eugene Margaret l. Murphy Portland 1 PRESIDENT OF HER HOUSE, Tri- Delt Mary Jane Dunn was prominent this year as Heads of Houses prexy. A Phi Theeta last year, she worked on Homecoming, Dad's Day and Coed Capers committees. OFFICIAL WELCOME GIRL on the campus is Kappa's Martha Iane Switzer, the Hello Girl for 1942 Homecoming and Dad's Day, and chairman of the Oregon Federation. Spring term elec- tions gave M. the ASUO SeCretary- treasurer post. Vice-president of WAA, she was a member of the Y Cabinet. 5 Patty Short Mary Frances Smith Dawn Trask Josephine Ward Arlene Williams Umpqua Portland Wailuko Maui, Hawaii Boyd Portland Sara Spencer Martha Jane Switzer Betty Jean Walker Jane Webster Margaret William Salem Eugene Eugene Ventura, Calif. Eugene Mary Jane Rodman Portland Janet Ross Medford Dorothy Routt Fresno, Calif. JUNIOR VVEEKEND QUEEN, gra- cious Mary Bentley's campus recortl , Colleges." Serving this year as ASUO senior representative and as president of her house, Kappa Kappa Gamma, H "Bentel" has been a Kwama and Phi Theta. ALPHA PHI KATHERINE JENKINS' activity list includes War Board mem- ber, ASUO Senior Representative, vice- president of AVV S, house president, Phi Theta, and Kwama. Green-eyed K. was a princess in the 1943 Junior VVeekend court. earned her a listing in "VVho's Who In ' riff" ' ez? gk Mmm i ii H .M ii ii w at tt H in Q-ff, QF . 65 . .W I ' 5 " .'-'- Ii '-L" 7'--'iz f ,ff . " '- ,'fx ff" 1--. '.-'T V:-E 'Qui ' " i .r ,137 ' 1. , . , .. " 'f" '2 "Q 'F .. . 1 ' ff: 1. fs? fr- ' 1 , '71 ti. 3. - aa 2 . . ':' '. -. ' 9 ' hy.. v,q,,x HA : V A l . , . ,.: L. , . ..Ks t if -gf Fig- ,, h V, , .1 ,, . .,. ...x I-. .. -- - 1-.--2: . ... '1 '- - . - --c -sir .' ' V - .A 1 - ' 3 -5 --. A B 5- ,. .,,,, -.- .J :gf ,rf A -,. , .- -- -.-s - -E. 1 L-' f H, -A 1 .,. . -sf . .1 1- --. ,g.- ig A +275-5 ,sn gc ' fi' r '1' "" '-:- ' '-'-4. TQTJ. '14 L, .iii '- il? ' Q: ff N 'f tx" ..,., fri, 4 .pw ,,' l 1, Ei vt- f: . '55 :S - - 's .:- . no - -V .. ' " .. -'e - 9' 5.55-z if' A 'J f ,Q5 1 35" -V 1 is , S.. .E.- v , . iii, rg ' S- L , -43? .Siu Tp, . 'za -- 4 .1 - 1- " ' -. 1 I . 4 L -'I '- - " -4,1 , ' 1 QQ. - ug ' 1. ' 1 . '- x ",-- f' - we Q5 :wr 2 E5 " .tt Reef, ,- am, .ix X, , t wr ' - bg -I .1 M.. -, :Y-' - l' " f M' 3 HALF COUCH, Executive - a N 5.6310 Ps C59 ' rr-if aaa HHN? New x01 0 91160 HAKI AND BLUE predominated on the University of Oregon School campus in Portland this year as nine-tenths of the students ing donned uniforms belonging to Uncle Sam. This change from civies unifonn came during the summer of 1943. ' Classes have been reorganized into a speed-up program to satisfy the ment's need for more doctors and nurses for the armed forces in as short a as possible. Vacations have been abandoned for the durationwand classes concurrently throughout the year. The faculty has taken on many additional hours of teaching to rr the accelerated curriculumtand to carry on the work of the many instructors have enlisted in the Army and Navy services and cannot be replaced. The Medical School has been in continuous operation since 1887 s was granted a charter from the regents of the University of Oregon. First were started in a small building near the Good Samaritan Hospital. ln 1919 school was moved to a new building on a 20-acre tract on Marquam Hill in west Portland. ln 1924 an adjoining 88-acres were added to the campus. the Medical School occupies six handsome buildings on a site of exce scenic beauty high above the city. Dr. Richard B. Dillehunt retired this year as dean of the school and become Dean Emeritus. It was largely through Dr. Dillehunt's efforts that standards of the school have achieved a high reputation throughout the By Doctors, faculty members, and students, Dr. Dillehunt has been rec as a fine teacher, an able administrator and an outstanding physician and 5 His specialty is orthropedic surgery. He joined the faculty of the Medical in 1912 and became dean in 1920. Succeeding Dr. Dillehunt is Dr. David W. E. Baird, who has been dean since 1937. Dr. Baird is a graduate of the University of Oregon School, and is a specialist in internal medicine. The Department of Nursing Education has undergone staff changes this i with the retirement of Miss Elnora E. Thompson as director. Miss T11 has been a member of the faculty since 1920 and director since 19323 she succeeded by Miss Henrietta Doltz as acting director of Nursing Education. War has brought an influx of students into the Medical School this year classes are filled months in advance. .J ,flu "'. -Lid! A s., AN DAVID W. E. BAIRD himself a graduate of regc: took over last all the leadership 0 the School edici es or the armed orces. , in its important task o training doctors and ...LAM NURSES COOPERATE with Civilian Defense Authorities in ambulance practice THE BIOLOGY LAB provides excellent training for future M. D.s. 'N-asf! 1 - - an-.. we-.-f 'Film Melvin Breese Dominie Callicrate Howard Cherry Charles Christianson Joseph Amato Robert Ballard Gedney Barclay Norman Bline 68 I gc v xii- Frank Clark Clyde Culp Jack Freund Herbert Griswold, Jr Quenten Cochran Betty Davis Norman Gaeden Raymond Hack Donovan Cooke Herbert Davis Joseph Gill Norman Harris Donald Colver Joseph Fech Albert Greenberg A Max Hauser Q '1 arren Henderson Calvin Hunt Anton Kirchhof Donald MacDonald Martin Merriss Hilding Olson hn Higgins Alfred Hutchinson Bruce Kvernland David Mason Allen Mundal Edward Palmasoln mes Hogan Andres Karstens Ivan Langley Gordon Maurice Robert McMurray Edward Parkinson rl Holm Hans Karstens Wayne Loomis Arthur May E Phillip Nudelman Glen Player ' 2-. ' '-at , 'QL , A 'I . , A .1 : rn -ff J. . ,4 -A - L ' . . -Ti ' "- . 'J ' fl-2 .4 A ' A ,. " fi s -Z..e , . , J, . - . ..- I 3 '52 'sl 1 .A ' -1 , 4, R 'W - - l I . - 'V' 4 n ,i '. 3-. .M w -A? if , it A 4 -vu .. . 0 H 1 '22 A 'A pq A' g '16 1 L . Q l A 3 Q -xl. ' ' -' L. - - .1-Y 1 S! Ivan Thompson Frank Underhill Charles Wells Phillip Rummell Edgar Salters Fredgpick Rawls Irvan Schneider James Riley James Rodda chool of UI' IH 70 Travis Towson, Jr. Marion Weitz James Woolery Milton Shy Erwin Slade Oscar Stenberg Barbara Hall Ruth Hartley Beatrice Ann Bell Kalkus Concha A klepiad UE TO THE ACCELERATED wartime program, Asklepiads, pre-medical honorary, underwent changes in their usual routine. New members were initiated at the end of fall term instead of being tapped during the junior Weekend ceremonies. Asklepiads are chosen for scholarship and character. Members must be able to meet the qualifications for acceptance in a medical school. Throughout the year local doctors are invited to be guest speakers at informal discussions of medical topics. ' Winter term new officers were elected to replace those who entered medical school in Ianuary. Richard Iohns, lack Edwards, and Irving Puziss replaced Robert Koler, Edward Guerney, and William Spies as presi- dent, vice-president, and secretary-treasurer. PRESIDENT Robert Koler Bittner Jack Edwards Reed Gurney 4Dick Johns Irving Puziss Bill Spiers Dodson Donald England Frank Jacobson Eugene Landreth Wilbur Linde cf 1' 2 'Biz 416- ME 5 SIGURD NILSSEN, Professor of Voice ,ii ii: ii M 'W is 55316 P58 SL-XXOOX wwf? Public ECS-501 exam YY0' EALIZATION OF the value of music as an aid to a happy and well life, in peace or War, has led the School of Music to continue its tions and to carry on the high standard of music at Oregon. The Choral Union, which is the largest class on the Oregon campus, presented its annual concert, although the personnel was entirely f The program included music representing various periodsg high-lights "Wliite Silence" by Montani and the Debussy numbers. The University led by John Stelm, presented a concert, and the orchestra, under the dir Rex Underwood, gave a concert for the USO winter term. Many recitals also attracted the music minded students of the ui Aurora Underwood, professor of piano, gave a piano recital featuring 'the of Chopin. George Hopkins, professor of piano, also gave a recital. Nilssen, professor of voice, presented an all Creig and Norwegian r honor of Crieg's 1OUth anniversary. Numerous student recitals were and the students also participated in radio programs over KOAC. Thus the aspiring musicians added another successful year of music already established record. Dean Theodore Kratt, besides directing of the school also served the interests of music education through his as a member of the Commission on Curricula of the National Assoc Schools of Music. For this organization, which is the accrediting ag schools of music, Dean Kratt examines all Pacific Coast music schools. 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W. r, Dorothy Miller McMinnville Jean Phillips Mardell Allen Portland Halfway Genevieve Graves Lakeview 4Di Maryjane Rees Phyllis Taylor Oakland Marshfield Marjorie Shearn Delores Wheeler Portland Eugene . gm June Marie Wilson Nyssa. PHYLLIS TAYLOR'S musical talents showed in the many programs given this year for army camps and in her senior Piano recital. An Alpha Gam, she served as vice-president of music honor- aries Phi Beta and Mu Phi Epsilon as well as of her living organization. HSMILES A MILLION GIRL" June Marie Wilson's interests have been in music throughout her college career. A member of Phi Beta and Mu Phi Epsilon, music honoraries, she led the AOPi chorus to victory in the All- Campus Sing in 1942. u Phi Ep ilon N VIEW OF the popularity of the recorded concerts sponsored by Mu Phi Epsilon last year, the national sic honorary again this year presented their Sunday ternoon concerts in the browsing room of the library. Drawing its members from outstanding junior and ior women of the music school, Mu Phi had a store talent to draw upon in presenting recitals during the ar. Phyllis Taylor and Phyllis Gray Knox gave piano itals. Helen Luvaas was the director of the Vesper oir. In addition to its activities in the Held of music, group knitted afghans for hospitals. PRESIDENT Genevieve Graves Mardell Allen Dorothy Miller Marie Rogndahl June Marie Wilson Jean Alice Carkin Jean Phillips Phyllis Taylor Margaret Zimmerman Maryjane Rees 75 MAR-IORIE LAWRENCE is the center of attention after her ini- tiation by the local chapter of Phi Beta. PRESIDENT Marie Rogndahl Beta HI BETA, national women's fraternity honoring music, drama, and dance, looks back upon an active season. Thrill of the year for its members was the ini- tiation of Marjorie Lawrence as patroness last fall when the famed opera singer was' in Eugene for a concert. Bi-monthly meetings presided over by Marie Rogndahl featured programs and refreshments. The local chapter gave aid to the national's project for purchasing an am- bulance for the Red Crossg and sponsored, in conjunction with Mu Phi, Mr. Nilssen's spring term concert. Q., Llardell Allen Edna Fisher Helen Holden Manning Dorothy Weygandt Betty Bennett Wilma Jean Flemming Dorothy B. Miller Donna Williams Barbara Bemiey Genevieve Graves Altha Paul June Marie Wilson Esther Griffiths Susan Sawyer Margaret Zimmerman Frances Brobert Marilyn Holden Elizabeth Schaefers Maxine Cady Helen Hower Phyllis Taylor Janet Douglas Janice Hough , Ruth Van Busklrk Sigue Eklund Dorothy Lenhart Alfhild Wahl l 76 Uni ersity Vesper RELIGIOUS COUNCIL, which spon- University Vespers, was headed by Eleanor Scott, Betty Jean Taylor, secretary, and Alyce Pepion, HELEN LUVAAS, Director I-IE UNIVERSITY VESPER SERVICES are - arranged by the Student Religious Council, being Part of itsfunction as official coordinating organization for the religious activities of the campus. The member- ship is composed of representatives from every Univer- sity religious organization of whatever faith. Under the direction of I-Ielen Luvaas, junior in music, a voluntary group of girls, originally twenty and now enlarged to forty, organized as The University Vesper Choir during the fall term of 1943. Activities other than vesper serv- ices were limited to campus memorials and a public concert of religious music held spring term. VESPER CHOIR. FRONT ROW: Wilma Langfelt, Dorotha Wilson, Iohnette King, Patricia Metcalf, Eliza- beth DeCou, Dorothy Currier, Patricia Percival, Doris Dodge, Louise Rickabaugh. SECOND ROW: Pat O'Hara, Nancy Boles, Shirley Stearns, Phyllis Richardson, Phyllis Lehman, Lucille Bryant, Margery Pengra, Jean Braden, Leona Weber, Ramona jones, Betty jean Taylor. THIRD ROW: Genevieve Graves, Jean Mellies, Doris Horton, Ruth Porter, Carol Cook, Helen Schow, jane Alice Pengra, Marilyn Miller, Eleanor Scott, Jeanette Luvaas, and Virginia Brayton. N v x .- " wo I R' " ft " ,,, , ir 4 'M t 1 2f"f M... y p yy ' Q .KT ' T UT- , 1 il? 7 t- V- ' -' W 3 2 1 1, ik gf ' ' i ,I , I I 4 .lg ' ' I '3 T' Q Twig , g- I 4 .-,ft If 'G v - s 'f-, ' t . ti aax N - 2 .J L. '. I' 5 4 - 1 -.M l In V ' i 's " l, " ' f f X I rf , ,551 in 4 if ' c a K Rf ,sa 'Q "" 1, fu L tai - it 1,3311 Y 55539139 . V33 , ,ccii ER Ba Ca,g,,,, EXTEEKCDX Eau Y 22550 t V10 EKNLMXSB HOWARD HOYMAN, Assistant fessor of Physical Education HHN A NATION is at war, one of the very necessary things to its mate victory is the support of a fighting group of strong-bodied, men and women. The School of Physical Education planned its rigid fitness program to meet this present need, and although the demands of service caused a decided decrease in majors, the school, under the dir Dean Ralph W. Leighton, contributed to the war effort in a very important Classes for civilian men, separate from those of the army schedule, devoted primarily to conditioning activities in preparation for future duty armed forces. The men enrolled in the various army training units instruction in calisthenics, team sports, aquatics, combatives, tumbling, apparatus Work, besides becoming very familiar with a strenuous obstacle ln addition, the men's department sponsored intra-mural sports and urged vidual recreational activity in the gyms and on the fields. Not experiencing such a depleted enrollment as the men, the women's of Physical Education distinguished itself as being one of the few un to develop a special program of general body building in response to the need. Under the supervision of Miss Helen Petroskey, a course in basic education was initiated. Compulsory to all freshmen, it was designed to strength and endurance, flexibility, and to give, at the same time, a cc the purpose of physical education. Supplementing this basic course, the offered volley ball, dancing, basketball, badminton, hockey, baseball, archery and tennis. 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Egg- n V. , f- .. r F 'R' an ' 23' F ' I '12-" I . M, : f. ' '- ' , :, -t 1' 1- . ff ,. .L 1 M L 5 V .. 1-ff Marianne Blenkinsop McMinnville Betty Bush Boise, Idaho ATHLETICALLY - MINDED Beverly Goetz has served the Physical Education department as WAA president and President of the Amphibian, Hockey, Outing, and Physical Education clubs. A Phi Theta and Mortar Board, Bev was this year's chairman of the Blood Bank. Beverly Goetz Lucille Yungen Grants Pass Hillsboro """Qi",., i. 'H?Tm"' ' 7- Q55 ' 1 1 H ww ii. in m Y., 1 in vu ii i .- .., A. ,mt 1. 3 W- 1 4 , iff. ' :F ATHLETIC MARIANNE BLEN- KINSOP served WAA this year as head of sports. University House secre- 1 tary and ISA senior representative, she W has shown a consistent interest in ath- letics, being a member of the Physical Education Club and the VVAA Cabinet. l SPRING TERM brings feminine Robin Hoods out for archery. J, . 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' A 2 J . , r,r ,, - . I . f .yi ', . .-,- .' n .'-- f" if gh' en MAIOR WILLIAM S. AVERILL AND LIEUTENANT R. G. DAVIS. 82 MAI 08 GLM WOODBUYX DEPARTME T UF MILIT RY CIE CE THE UNIVERSITY OF OP1ECON'S R.O.T.C. this year little re- sembles the Military Department of 42-43. Then, there were seven officers, three sergeants, and some nine hundred students in the four classes with Colonel C. L. Sampson in command. This year there have been from one hundred to one hundred sixty Freshmen and Sopho- mores in the department, the juniors and Seniors being out for the duration. just before school started, Colonel Sampson was retired, and Major W. S. Averill was appointed Professor of Military Science and Tactics for the R.O.T.C., as well as Commandant for the Anny Specialized Training Unit. Under the direction of Major Averill, Major C. C. Woodbury and Lt. R. C. Davis, supervised military drill was held using last year's junior R.O.T.C. men as cadet officers while they were here on the campus taking work with the A.S.T. Unit awaiting their turn at Officer Candi- date School. All P1.O.T.C. drill was held Saturday morning, a time formerly re- served only for those men who were making up drill classes missed during the week. Military classes for Freshmen and Sophomore were on the same basis as in former years with the Freshmen attending class one hour and drill two hours per week, and Sophomore attending two hours of class and one hour of drill during most of the school year. VVhile our last year's junior R.O.T.C. men were officially a part of ASTU 3920, their military work was much different from the regular AST Program, more resembling the work of last year's Seniors. Lt. B. Sullivan, their company commander, led them through field and tactical problems, with Major VVoodbury, Lt. Davis, and Lt. 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Under this year's reorganization, nursin education has been telescoped into a four term course. Pre-nurses tak a heavy load in order to complete the required subjects, which in pre war days were spread out over two and a half years. Secretarial science courses, typing and shorthand, are among th most popular on the campus, due in part to the wartime demand fo these skills. The Home Economics Department, headed by Miss Mabe Wood, gives instruction in the household arts, cooking and sewing, an also lays stress on scientific nutrition and food and clothing conservation The nonsectarian Department of Religion, under the direction of D R. E. Cushman, aims to acquaint students with the importance and in Huence of religion. L. Kenneth Shumaker is director of the Lower Division Adviso Committee, which seelcs satisfactory solution of advisory problems. MABEL VVOOD, Head of Home Economics Department 84 4 DR- R E cu ' ' SHA 1AN, Professor gf Relioion COOKING CLASSES are a verv useful addition to a coed's life Liana? '3- S lfiiif: 5-f:5:X:.- , ' 2332532551 ' if 'Q---...,-W, keg. lQ , WILLIAM G. BEATTIE, Supervisor, Extension Division EXTE IU INCE THE WAR BEGAN, correspondence study has attract students as far away as Hawaii, the Philippine Islands, Alaska, a Canada. Besides these, the General Extension Division counts nea 4800 enrollees throughout the state in its correspondence study extension classes. Courses may he taken for resident credit or for grad ate credit toward a master's degree. In addition, the visual instruction department sends educatio movies to Oregon schools, in-service training for teachers is availab and radio station KOAC provides experience in radio broadcasting students. Oregon's extension headquarters are located in Portland, but t offices of W. G. 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Rain and ar'Alter. lunier Weekend UPITER PLUVIUS was the unofficial and uninvited guest of the 53rd junior Weekend, April 30 to May 2, but Oregon students, well conditioned to the familiar "Rain, plans changed" announcement, carried through to a highly successful and long-to-be-remembered celebration. In tune with the times, the theme was Latin-American, and five senoritas held sway as the oflicial rulers: Queen Mary Bentley and Princesses Kay jenkins, Frances john-- ston, Sue Sawyer and Mary Wright . Bob Koch was Prime Minister. l For the first time in years, the campus luncheon with its royalty and revelry, food and fun, was called off, due to the presence of a slight Oregon mist. The rain, however, didn't dampen the spirits of the jitterbugs who thronged en masse to the Terrace Dance in the women's gym. Music by Bay Dickson and skits filled the bill for the afternoons entertainment. Friday night saw the Igloo packed for the All-Campus Sing. Enthroned upon. the stage was the Royal Court as the audience witnessed the official coronation of Queen Mary I by junior Class President Roger Dick. The songs were presented as tributes to the queen and her attendants with Alpha Camma Delta and the combined choruses of Kirkwood Co-op and Campbell Club winning singing honors. Black-robed Mortar Board members wended their way through the crowd and presented their red roses to the outstanding junior women chosen as their pledges. Saturday dawned clear and sunny but the freshmen and sophomores found the Tug-o-VVar an extremely muddy affair, ending up in a general free-for-all. The final victory was never untangled. Washing of the Oregon seal in front of Villard took place at noon and the after- noon brought forth the Sunlight Serenade in the Music Hall. l The junior Prom done in a South American Way drew campus piggers by the hundreds. McArthur Court was dominated by the pulsing, throbbing rhythm of the conga, supplied by Bob Platner's band. Dancers saw the bandstand converted into an antiquated temple sur- rounded by a jungle of palm trees and a jet-black back- drop with a sparkling white map of South America. Spot- lights sprayed on Queen Mary I and her court as they as- cended the temple staircase and appeared at the top. The flags of the twenty-onecentral and South American re- publics were draped about the sides and roof of the dance Hoor. Nancy Ames, chosen as the outstanding junior woman, received the Cerlinger Cup, and the Koyl Cup for top junior man was presented to Bill Moshowsky. During intermission Friars tapped their new pledges. Festivities were over Sunday and the campus settled back to the old routine, a little sad that all good things have to end but happier with memories of a glorious jun- ior Weekend that will never be forgotten. For their ex- cellent work and planning, praises go to Ceneral co-chair- men, Bill Lilly and Bill Macyg Prom chairman, Bill Far- rell, chairman of All-Campus Sing, Oge Youngg and many others. AY COME A' TU UBEGU L is-I SIGMA CHIS had a special drum arrangement of "Taboo" for their entry. x SUE SAWYER receives the red during their pledging ceremony. 92 .I V.. rose of M ortar Board from Marge Dibble rr C AW JUDGES HUDDLED and gave Alpha Gamma Delta and the comhin Campbell and Kirkwood Chorus the nodg Oge Young, chairman for the evel hands out the cups. f QW ADPIS MATCHED both their apparel and their harmony to rate Mention at the "Sing". DANCERS TI-IRONGED to the Junior Promg swayed to music of Bob Platner's Band "HER MAIESTYH deserts a royal throne to dance with her subjects. Barker awards the scholar- here to men of Omega Hall, later to of Highland House. NANCY AMES AND BILL MOSHOFSKY glow over their Gerlinger and Koyl cups, mark- ing them as the two outstanding juniors. K .mf , 149 . t ., FOLLOVV THE CROWD .V . . to see traditions enforced ALL BECAUSE he didn't wear his rooters lid or say hello by the Order of the UO". on "Hello Walk". TERRACE DAN THE ' 'ndoors I0 the gym' drove it 1 94 CE. wasn't OU the terrace? fam lunior Weekend Commlttee IUNIOR VVEEKEND COMMITTEE: FRONT ROW: D01 Farrell, Marjorie Major, jean Frideger, Jim Bennison, and SECOND ROW: Co-Chairmen Bill Macy and Bill Lilly, Roger Young, and Merritt Kufferman. a hi :F , UTHEBQ WEE!-th s ECIPROCATlNC Dad's Day hospitality, mothers invited their spouses to the 1943 Mother's Weekend, with the realization that this would probably be the last parental campus gathering for the duration. V"Oregon News to Oregon Mothers," the annual four-page paper, forecast events of the weekend. Bob Henderson, transportation chair- MOTHERS were fated at a tea at Gerhnger, and man, made arrangements for parents to arrive Friday, April 30. After 21150 entertained at the Separate hvusess ABOVE: registering, mothers saw the Master Dance recital the first afternoon and gfoflifi and daughters SH down to lunch at the the All Campus sing in the evening. Campus open house Saturday afternoon, lunch at the houses, the traditional mother's tea at Cerlinger, the junior Prom in the evening, and special church services Sunday morning completed the weekend. Mrs. Herbert A. Busterude of Marshfield was elected president of the Oregon Mothers for the coming year. Responsible for the efficient organization of the weekend were Bud Putnam, promotion manager, and Mary Bentley, hospitality chairman. MOTHERS WEEKEND COMMITTEE. FRONT ROW: Clarence Horton, Chairman, Mary Bentley, julia Glasby, Betty Lu Siegman, Betty Bevil. SECOND ROW: Bob Henderson, Bud Putnam, Edith Newton, and Dorothy Routt. Iv Q 5 1 v AFTER THE BATTLE was over, the newly installed executive council posed for a picture with Secretary of State Robert Farrell, Ir., who presided the installation. FRONT ROW: Phyllis Horstman, Audrey Holliday, President Nancy Ames, Helen Manning, Mr. Farrell, and Virginia Wright. OND ROW: Martha jane Switzer, Jean Page, Kay Jenkins, Oge Young, and Charlotte Calder. , Poms bly When Q ath assem , D WATERS Was the 3 tercixlilent, 9nYWay' ' BLE Q - the In 96 OIL Topgiigywent into hibernailfm for campus After Hot Political crap Coalition Takes Uvar Rains EL changes hands. Les Anderson yields the symbol body authority to incoming President Nancy Ames. If HE BATTLE OF THE SEXESH will long be remembered as Oregon's most unusual election. War had striking effects on a po- litical campaign in which the fraternities, following long-laid plans, nominated Oge Young for student body president and filled most of the remainder of their ticket with men. Five dissatisfied sororities, looking forward to a manless year, enthusiastically joined the Independent Stu- dents Association's plan for a coalition. An all-woman ticket, with Nancy Ames for number one position, was organized. Avowed purposes of the ISA were to CID get together enough voters to take the number one positions on the ballot, C22 break TNE, sub- versive Greek political organization and its hold on campus politics, and CBD break down Greek vs. Independent feeling by bringing the two groups together. The Greeks, alarmed, revised their ticket to rally sororities behind their banner, and succeeded in bringing back to the fold some of the wandering "Amazons" However, their platform remained: "Elect a capable mang Weill make the plans and train the girls before We go." Thus began one of the hottest political campaigns in Oregon's history. Signs boosting candidates plastered housesg inscriptions of another nature were painted on the sidewalks in front. Wayward sororities were sere- naded with "Why Don't You Do Right-Like the Other Greeks Do." The day before election saw the appearance of the "Free Thinker," a one issue newspaper urging Independents to vote Jean Page Number I, thus attempting to confuse the Coalition and split the vote. Ward-heelers worked frantically, pulling the masses into line. Election day saw the greatest turnout-over four-fifths of the student body-in history. Independent men were lured to the polls by the "Battle of TNE-sian cry. Broadsides, fliers, even simulated dance programs, in- structed the voters. "Don't'vote-don't live" became the slogan of rabid campus politicians. ' Although the counting was close, when the returns came in the Coal- ition had made a clean sweep of all ASUO offices. Under the preferen- tial voting system the officers elected for 194-3-1944 were Nancy Ames, presidentg Oge Young, lst Vice-presidentg jean Page, 2nd Vice-president: Martha Jane Switzer, Secretary-Treasurerg Helen Holden Manning and Kay Jenkins, Senori Representatives, Audrey Holliday and Phyllis Horstman, Iunior Ptepresentativesg and Charlotte Calder and Virginia Wright, Sophomore Representatives. Ea P' fu V 'S v a . ! ri 1 . A " J' 5,0 K'-All as X Qiwmgfggazsm lg55+, Q . L 2 H 4 H in B n 7 7 T"-5' ,: .-rv . - gig mfr' . 'V 3191- . 1 FS Psy ,.i t 9 ,r in nl d . A ll' A yi' :4.!' , 'S 1 'J . - v I --v X1 8 L' milfs 'hixfw 5 'Ng' Wg! UUDBYE Q gg. 1 3' v U 1' .Vp .hw vvwna-wp:'-Tff, ...- 5- , J, ..-f- , -'-"' ,,,1- KEITH HOPPES perches on the piano and - gives out with THE NAVAL RESERVE cam e to the Party, too If Frankie and Iohnnien .P1.C.Take Lea 9 of Campo w.,4-eg MORE SERIOUS was the 6 h at 3:45 A. M. after campus coeds 100 April the t 'IN I 'X erve Corps men a E H assembly which gave the Enlisted Res had "Kissed the Boys Goodbye! e two hundred men left on ormal goodbye. Som iw, K, .-o , Tw, A . :vga -1-Q", nd the neue Changes .Ei.g::f,'21?'Ll',,fl,Q,KN 1' '. ,- .7m,'7."11g,.ff,g,,,- . sf, 7 at A gX.1.s1ge'a44..-, , 5.7 , ar,-4,.,.g4, . .law w,r:m',':-xx-'. V r'ff.-x.'92"'.sn',- ,1 la:1,'.m'f" 5.5 f..Eez.sJEJfE'fi-" 'sis V 1 WITH TWENTY-FOUR HOURS notice, the girls of Hendricks Hall packed all their belongings, and moved frighti to the former men's dorm, john Straub, to make way for the army. A few days later, the scene changed, and khaki became a familiar color on the campus. Below, the Air Corps men, Hrsh to arrive, are officially adopted at an as- sembly in their honor. N .1 . , Ai .. Lslfgr .1 ci m 7132 'H--'Q , ,.,.:'-T N ,M-, .il I- , r . g ..s. . l':AYf'5f- Eff .au "'i""f' 'F f 'UPA q,gf,,, l,. if Y. 3 if FROSH CLEEN penetrates all ages an goes after released balloons. Cl classes as crowd Lx9'A5i".5' B BIG MOMENT for fresh pleclging to the and D men activity men was their sophomore men's service honora agger. he Coufl around tl f rma- CONGA L1NEi2reE:1i1iaf mme 0 THE d winds HP In . an fion- FRU H l QLEE ry, Skull MURTAR BOARD -a ART HoLMAN and company PW' C muSiC . d the THE IDEA IS that turnahout is fair play, and the occasion is the annual Mortar Board Ball when coeds present their men with anything from orchids to decorated hats, huy their tickets, check their coats, and provide intermission cokes. Anyway, these fellows seemed to like it. 1 , ,f-"- 1 . . PHYLLIS HORSTMAN, Kwama president, and Dean Schwering "do the honors" as the sophomore women's honorary taps 19 outstand- ing freshmen girls. BETWEEN CROSSED SABERS, Gerd Han- sen brings two of the elect to the platform. 103 , ti it lv' X. 11 4 lx A N . -, ,I I .W L: "1 1. v ,PA ,, e 1 . -xr, , , 1 i ICHEL HUP AMPUS INSTITUTION which changed smooth Coeds into gold diggers for the afternoon was the Nickel I-lopg only diliiculties were an occasional lack of change on part of ladies and lack of nickels on part of males. Neither in- terfered with the fung the Theta Chis won the "King of the VVolf-Pack" title and the Pi Phis packed the boys in to Win the cup. GR DU TIU HE "LAST MILE" of a college career takes the graduate down the aisle to receive the reward of four year's effort-his diploma. Right, the Bacca- laureate service brings out parents and friends. Below, Dr. Erb presides over the commencement ceremonies. '12 , , may Final wpring Review nf R.U.T.C. Brings Governor nell tn Campus ' - ,X mga t ' ii Qi ,MV 'l ii - ' ABOVE: Passing in Review, the order i is "eyes right!" as the company standard 5 dips in salute. 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In the books this championship is the iifth in the last seven years. Resembling the '42 season, going was tough all the way. Every win registered was well earned. Oregon State, Oregon's long-time rival for the throne, seemed to have everything under control until the final tilt which Howard l-lobson's crew took to the tune of 9 to 1, and along with it a split championship. Although this crew didn't have the batting or fielding power of the 1942 squad, it had a .289 batting average, the best since-the champ '37 team. The charges of Oregon's seige guns were namely the "big three': johnny Bubalo leading the league with a .443 average, "Barney" Koch banging out .333, and Vic Caviness following with .292. Coach Hobson praised the fine pitching and air-tight fielding. "Only one game was lost by earned runs, and only one was lost by a margin of more than two runs," he declared. Iohnny Bubalo, Don Kirsch, and Bill Hamel concluded three years of championship college play. FLY IN THE OINTMENT of other Northern Division clubs is Oregon's ace mentor, Howard "Hobby" Hobson, who always manages to come 0115 with the pick of baseball laurels. No exception was this year's tie for the champion- ship, preceded as it was by four northern division titles. Nick Bezkfies 1 '111 1111111 111 11 Ureg0n's Batting and Fielding Averages Name C AB R H Hamel .. .... ..16 65 19 17 16 1 O 2 Bums E ....... -16 59 18 16 8 1 0 0 RBI 2B 3B HR Kirsch -..---...- 16 7 3 20 19 1 1 2 0 2 Bubalo ---..-16 61 19 27 18 3 3 1 Carlson ..--.--16 58 9 16 18 3 3 0 Farrow --..-- 16 5 9 1 1 17 1 1 0 0 1 Murphy ....-..16 65 15 18 12 4 0 1 Koch -- .... -16 60 1 1 20 7 3 0 1 Begleries ---, 7 24 5 5 2 0 0 0 Caviness .-..-. 1 2 24 3 7 7 0 0 1 Saltzman ...... 5 1 3 2 3 1 O 0 0 Oxman ..-..- 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 O Santee -... ...... 3 3 0 0 O O O 0 Citzen ........., 3 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 Aiken .... ....- 1 1 O 0 0 O 0 0 Logan ........ - 2 3 1 o o 0 0 o F. Peterson .... 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 O Team Totals-. 570 134 165 111 17 6 9 BA 262 271 260 443 276 288 277 33 3 208 292 23 l 000 000 O00 000 000 O00 289 PO A 18 23 72 3 44 45 134 22 84 16 25 55 22 4 19 21 1 14 9 O 0 2 0 1 1 0 0 O 0 0 0 3 2 0 431 209 EPB 11 '2 41 12 46 13 0 2 03 o 22 o o o o o 01 3915 FA .788 .974 .957 .994 .962 .860 1000 .952 1000 1000 .500 1000 1000 .000 .000 1000 1000 .943 Conference Standings W L PCT Oregon ...... ..... 1 2 4 .750 OSC ............. ..... 1 21 4 .750 Washington .... ..... 8 7 .533 WS C ........ ..... 6 10 .375 Idaho ..... 1 14 .067 Dick Burns 'wm- 5 ,-mm 3 1 A 1 6 Y ' ' H , , of-A K ff' 1, , Y A:,,, Q O . Q-1 'W 1 3 A mfg'-' E JKUE Qflflf f estfexmY.i,f2!1'2w-5gf',' or rar : il 1 61 ,, 3 ' it 5,53 mi u em- Non-Conference Games Oregon-..13 Portland U..-- ........ ..0 Oregon .... 13 Portland U. ............ 3.3 Oregon .... 6 Willamette -W .......... 4 Oregon .... 18 383 Inf., C. Adair ..,, 4 Oregon .... 5 383 Inf., C. Adair ..,. 2 -john Bubalo, and Harold Saltzman. N.. BASEBALL TEAM. FRONT ROVV: Frank Peterson, Barney Koch, Don Kirsch, Bill Hamel, Nick Begleries, Claude Lokan, and Art D k B nd Fred Kuhl. THIRD ROW: "Hobby", Bob Santee, Bob Caviness, Roy Carlson, SECOND ROW: johnny Gitzen, Bob Farrow, ic urns, a Oregon .,.. Oregon Oregon Oregon .... Uregorfs Pitching Averages R BB Begleries, Nick ..., 7 61 14 60 26 12 5 27 17 9 G IP RRF H Buba1e,Iohn .. .... 5 35M Saltzman, Harold 4 25 7 23 8 Lokan, Claude .... 2 1035 4 11 6 6 3 Nlurphy, Arthur -,l 9 2 Caviness, Robert -.1 5 0 4 1 8 6 I 7 SO 31 18 3 Willamette C11 1nningsD 3 104 Inf., C. Adair--4 13 383 Inf., C. Adair ..., 1 6 Portland U .... --..--,9 W L 5 1 2 3 3 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 Pct. .8 33 .400 1000 1000 1000 .000 Called out E DUST is th' .ar 1, Q1-egon Series, ome Plate duriigglfgonf Vlzebfoot as 11 O th C is 6 Camp Adair. H H U1 H Mflgig.. 11:41 mu K 111 U WEP1 YITY UF ID HU UI1: Ll LU- I: O ABOVE, left, Bill Hamel trots to first on his way to a score inione of the "clean sweep" Idaho series. Right. same song, second verse, as Art Murphy makes the rounds. BELOWV, the Idaho catcher waits dejectedly for the ball that didn't arrive as Webfoot pitcher Nick Begleries scores. 112 HE VANDALS, "little brothers" of the conference, looked fairly good until their arrival in Eugene. Begleries started the series with a stingy 3 hit, 6-0 shut out. Hobson's gang followed up with a 6-2 victory. The last two games came after the Webfeet had drop- ped two games at Pullman. Idaho had to take it on the chin, because the Ducks were out for blood. The Oregon squad proceeded to wax Idaho to the tune of 23-1 and 12-3. In these last two games Oregon banged out 32 hits'and 2 home runs. 2 wt H if in Y .-J .br " ' ' 5.4 'J-'Iliff A -girl . L-s' -.,- 8. ,, . A ,ggi yi. gg . I 4 . ' . 4"g,,.,,,-Q-it ' "wg-,,, . 45' l 1 . ' 3? 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H . . .V X all 4, W Y 'xy - " yi ,, ' - Q I A ' ' ' -f' - -3 9-1-, -. ,y.gQ,.,, , ,, .A K-al-:-5" A ' ' --05'-'-1',::' ' ' H- ww' 'X' BEGON STARTED WELL and ended well in the series with Oregon State. The Duel-is, led hy , Bubalo with five hits for live times at bat, bagged the opener 14-l, dropped two between, and then annexed the last one-the one that counted-by a score of 9-1. Don Cecil, Beaver ace, routed in the first game hy Beg- leries, gained revenge in the third game by setting Beg- leries hack for his only defeat of the season. The last game of the series threw Oregon into a tie with Oregon State for the championship. Best played of the season on the part of the Wehfeet, the tilt saw no one reach second until the ninth inning. UREGU T TE ABOVE, Don Kirsch brings home the bacon against OSC in one of two win- ning tilts with the Co-champs of the Northem Division. BELOVV, left. Big johnny Bubalo keeps his eyes on the ball and his feet off the ground as he dashes for pay dirt. Game gave Oregon the winning half of a 9-1 score against the Beavers. Right, another Beaver hope is smashed as Bill Hamel eases across the plate. on: 2 lull ll: Q "ERIE l WA HI GTO WTATE ERIE UH: LU l: Q ABOVE, left, Roy Carlson shows his heels to the Cougar third-baseman in another home victory 5-3. Right, again it's drivin Don Kirsch who starts down the long, ing stretch to first. BELOVV, Bob Farrow prepares to hit it over the fence in the WSC series, the most bit- terly contested of the season's batting duels. 114 HIS VVAS PERI-IAPS the .toughest and hardest fought series of the season for Oregon. It was made up of hard-hitting, wild playing, and had luck. In the eighth inning of the last game, Beg- leries was beaned by a line drive, which put him out of the game and cost Oregon the contest. O ' Oregon started out well by registering two wins, 10-5 and 6-2, but the Cougars came right back to take the last two 14-5 and 13-12.. There was a total of ten homers in this wild series, five for each team. .4 if I Q' --Q- L 'T' -+ -1 V iff.: ' -Q.,-V ff:--rn 4 I in ,g,',5,1: WL V- A S E ' ' ' A- ,, RECON MADE A CLEAN SWEEP of the series with the pre-season favorites, the University of 'Washington Huskies. . The first two games in Eugene were close, with scores of 5-4 and 2-1. But on their tour up Seattle way the Green and Yellow found their stride and blasted out a 4'0 shutout behind Begleries' 6 hit pitching, and Hn- ished out the series with a 13-4 swingfest. Oregon played nearly errorless ball and twice beat Doug Ford, the Huskies' star hurler, who caused the Webfeet no end of trouble in last year's series. ABOVE, "Safe at First" is Art Murphy as Washington first baseman, Bill Giss- berg, looks things over. BELOW, left, Bob Caviness scores the winning run against Washington as Coach Tubby Graves hastens out to Protest. Right, Cissberg of the Huskies brings in a score which momentarily brightened Washington hopes but failed to change the 4-0 Hnal score in the series. UH: 4 lil lr 0 WA HI GTO WERIEAN 115 1 1 N71 ' M 4-as X W K Q 542, 5 Z " 5 W K :-:,i::1:2: . ,I 4, ,af ww gi Wu sf 5 ,1- 5 ' Ji!! gifs !52 f ., f If W 'sat W-52955 N ' N -W Www . tis , -FW! 'W , I ,' .sE'?E1ii-LE f --I V w ,, 'msszieiarii .,, K' '?-"-T 1 ' f ..f:3s?':,, 25 :I - ., -m,14f',,,, .1 -1, ..,, . :fr V -2 1: 3'EA5?TLfL ' , 44 . 'A I1 1' 'I ' .:iif'57' iw-L. ' 'Q T QI ' ' vuffi :AE -A : 953555712530 fl sifpiik' S A V ' vig' W ffm . jig' an r . -1 gy-wp ' 545+ Z I f . , gi Mtgggjwg ,Q V .i 9, . ' Z 5 ' , . " ,. fa Q, ' :QE ' AP' Y, ,gin W gd , " A 'xigsggsiin :si YE? S-if X ' I ' ' Q--b ff 2? if ' X ' W V, , ,I V , N . H , 1 , , ,, N . V 125' al . 1"r ' ' , ' ' Q qv v Y,A- - , A V A vs , , il' 5.-I 5 5 .T ,' ! 1 .-1: - Q I -4 1 -. .- uf " -, ,i . gr 'F Ji I 4 I "F ..f4J'..,5- a - MM. gg,f5Lf ' F , . iz, , , if Iii, 'G The 1943 season was very good to Oregon. There were ight veterans, only one of these a three year letterman, the team aptain, Homer Thomas. The rest were freshmen, but these reshmen were amazing. One of the more outstanding ones was rowning Allen, duslcy sprinter, who, after winning the 100 and 00 yard dashes in every meet except one, won the northern ivision crown in the 220 and placed fourth in the "century" ace. Other outstanding freshmen were Skiles Hoffman, broad- mper-sprinter, Morris Drenkle, high jumper, and Ioe Porter, velin tosser. All four won their letter awards. Oregon dropped a pre-season relay meet to Oregon State, 2-6, ut won every individual track meet up to the northern division eet. With only eight men entered, the green and yellow clad am placed third, a feat that sports scribes are still talking about. Perhaps one of the worst breaks Oregon had was the loss of on Wilson, star miler, who became ill after the first meet. I-le as unable' to run the rest of the season. Awards were as follows: 3rd award: Homer Thomas, pole aulterg 2nd award: Don Wilson, miler, Bob Newland, high mp, Fred Foster, shot putdiscus, Stan Bay, 440, Bay Dickson, urdles-broadjump, Ralph Cramer, hurdles-dashes, lst award: ston Way, pole-vault, Morris Drenkle, high jump, joe Porter, velin, Charles Beclcner, 440, Browning Allen, dashes, Tom oylen, half mile, Skiles Hoffman, broadjump, Don Campbell, 'scus, Bob Simpson, 440-hurdles, Tony Nichachos, miler, and hn Byel, manager. T: COLONEL BILL HAYWARD poses Chuck Beckner, star 440 runner, who won his races up to the Northern Division Meet, Captain Homer Thomas, conference co- ion in the pole-vault. In 41 years as Ore- track coach, Bill Hayward has developed world champions and Olympic stars. His ason teams have seldom been star-studded orites, but he has always been able to use aterial to develop great men such as Mack l son, sprinterg Les Steers, high jumperg e Varoff, pole vaulterg and Boyd Brown, expert. . W1 'Y-f -v-f'- su' .a 521 A QA..-: ...mpg if-, .33 5-M6 VARSITY TRACK SQUAD: FIRST ROW: Ralph Kramer, Chuck Beckner, Homer Thomas, Bob Newland, Slciles Hoffman, Browning Allen CND ROW: Myron Spady, Tom Boylen, Eston Way, Fred Foster, Bob Simpson, Tony Nickachos. THIRD ROW: joe Porter, Monis Drenkle Campbell, Wes Carpenter, Stan Ray, and Colonel Bill Hayward. MEET SCORES April 24-Oregon-Oregon State Relays at Cor- V vallis. U. of O. 2, O. S. C. 6 May 1-Oregon-Washington at Seattle U. of O. 69, U. of W. 63 May 8-Oregon-Washington State at Eugene U. of O. 8016, W. S. C. 50W May 15-Oregon-Oregon State at Eugene U. of O. 7156, O., S. C. 59W May 22-Northwest Division Championship at Seattle. Washington 54Vr, O. S. C. 32, Oregon 31, W. S. C. SOV4, Idaho ISV1 118' Ee i r-T . ' 1 S rf . RBY ' front Wlth Stan ECKNER out In IT 'S CHU CK B et. nailing in the 030 me 1 1 h A fee ll A, ' I B rw rge - , Q frm es -Q M .,.-i Y 'xx' 5.--Y-1 ,, H like gf .-a,"e'. -an-:i?., ,A - A-, , .. RALPH CRAMER and BOB SIMPSON take to the air in company with Beaver lxurcllers. ?i"3?-- 1, :ii5iEi5iZi5iEif"4 'ill il M E ' :2fagsg:w-.+s.Xx.. V 'fi' H, lm gm. 's . 4 9 ' i R fi-Q -,:1.g:".-fgwm ---' my .44 ,-.- Q uv : ,lf Fl- ,L...'-41f,,...-rag, -fg, WASI-IINGTON STATER carries off first lace laurels in the half-mile event in spite of Tom Boylljen's gallant efforts. fi 1 ll ll l ,QA K Sli? 'xx 'la -A 2. ,K Sl fr M wr LH M A ,, , X l , . V, Wm, ,gunz " .. , Q. ,s r sy 5 A AAWITH E GREATEST OF EASEH, Homer omas flies through the Hi! SAFE AT FIRST m tne hotly contested womens robin. 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"-, - ' tat-r. ., ,. rf- ' "' -ev E 14 ' f .X ,M 4- .4 - f 4 ,L ss -"iE'f ' V?'E7i?--L'1"i'g.'jiS T" A11 V. 1 ' L 44 55" "i' -n hl ,li ' YU" . . ' f'p"'-1 -ff". I' . A . . 'if "ni .QI , 4"""i:' ' " 53. - S TWT? F yiiif ,- .bf':."?I:If-,l2., V: lf'-if lb' Hy ,.,. f If g.j3,,7?i?25,:, : gyiyztl -lgiimzgj . in I T AMUP1 L 1945 MEN'S INTRAMURAL SOFTBALL CHAMPS: Delta Upsilon. FRONT Trenton Wann, Connie Crabb, Bob Wren, Elvin Christensen, Jim Mann. S ROW: Breen Murphy,-Stan Jones, Ron Dilling, Merritt Kufferman, Kenny and Ed Moshofsky. ..,.,,. PQ9' A W , LEFT, ABOVE, SIGMA DELTA PSI found men's living organizations vying for BELOW, SAND-LOT BASEBALL provided thrills for both participants and V-an 2 fm -5 at A w 1,1 Nh' 1? V , :,.v:g..A, 'Z av, fl ,B A Q 1 v I E E n If ,-- ,.1-- r "Tf'3. , - , .1 - '4 NL-f ,-.. ,X . f,-.,,,.,'Y " 1,1 14 z' ' ff fi-T121 4 H f:-,J-f ' gif: , 7' '-if 1'-'64 wwf 1 KES:- ..- . , v" - f Emi f , A W - 41. 22 A , f r J il 1"-if fr I r-:A . .. 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V .. ,ia :gg-fi," ' . , mm ' ,, :QQ M ' 3 T PP ' 1 w , - .1 , Q wg-A 2. -J I f I ABOVE: ADPis gathered their guests around card tables. MIDDLE: Th ' ' e Hoqr 15 a popular place durmg rush week, witness this scene at the Kappa house. BELOVV: The "Big Moment" arrives as Dean Schwering and Mrs. Mac- Duff hand out the bids. 5 fu u u. u' u W A x 'xlunl xx u u n uKf Wx Ufil lun rqQ,f 'vm .ig 3 F :fr vw uh Wgu is E u ii , mum? ixH'ili'i1u uuliglpl xxi'i'!"!'5 gp Tl 'ix spina xx x 1 1 i1:'Kll funn:-su 1-V Exhaust 19 5, ,5 A 4 s f. Qs-, 354 .ai Q N 'Ham wkx -at I N fS QT I Ja Ng? ifjg: A MN 'Yi ffl. 7'5fi'aQg5g gf, f wi 5 1 mix wLK.f,F 1 5' -Q a. -' -- ff ' " Q V 'Q' ,hx 2 11: 64 f? i ,. 4' r f , Wai' in 5. Registration he fed Great Changes ALL TERM REGISTRATION at the University of Oregon this year recorded an unprecedented statistical upset. Coeds, long accustomed to trailing the men students in number on the campus, this fall found themselves leading with a plurality of 5 to 1. The few men registering in lVlacArthur Court the first two days of registration were enveloped in a dizzy sea of brightly clad coeds. Registration totals revealed that a total of 1605 students entered the Uni- versity of Oregon. Of this number 1288 were women. The men students, whom early speculations estimated at no more than two hundred, came through with a surprise total of 317. The breakdown of these totals reveal that the freshman class as usual was largest with 654 members. There were 474 students registering as sophomores. The junior and senior classes, always much smaller in number than the underclassmen, registered, respectively, memberships of 108 and 127. A . These totals when compared with Fall Term registration Figures of the 1942-43 school revealed that registration this year on the whole averaged nearly two-thirds of that of the previous year. THE LINE lorms to thc right around Horace Robinson, one of the many advisors, at registration timc. 9 VOXL STRUTTING THEIR STUFF are Owen Bailey and band at the first sol! student mixer, the "Hello Dance." "Hello Dance" WAY' THERE MUST be somethmg about a umform Painting the "U" 2 W? 4 U ROSH TRADITION is loyally car- ried on by Coeds . . . Fellows used the seat of the pants for achieving the same effect last year, but the gals seemed to prefer brooms . . . '-qi WUME RE E I OREGON'S DREAM GIRL, Janet Marugg, mountQ the platform after h ' 9' election to be congratulated by AWS Prexy Mickie Campbell. ' VHA!- HE u IVEP. E ETTING A RECORD in attendance, Oregon coeds Hocked en masse to Gerlinger, November 19 for the AWS-sponsored Coed Capers. Theme of the annual fall-term frolic was 'Women Reverse the Universe", and was " directed by Gerd Hansen. Special highlight was the selection of Janet Marugg as Oregonis Dream Girl. A pin-up picture was sent to all Oregon men now in the service. Wisecracking Shirley "Squirrel" Huntington and janet "PeeWee" Ross presided as mistresses of ceremonies for two and a half hours of fun and skits complete with can-can dancers and shipyard workers. First place honors went to the activity skit, and faculty members brought down the house with their rendition of "Pistol Packin' Mama". Senior cops dressed in ROTC uniforms were kept busy guarding the "female sanctuary" against male intruders. Thisyear hit an all-time high in men attendance. A total of seven were evicted, bodily. Originality in costumes ranged from house-boys to mechanical robots, im- personated by the Tri-Delts who won first prize. x it ' ABOVE: Sophomore skit presented "Superwoman" winning marvelous victories for dis satisfied classmates. LEFT: Just a few of the girls who came to the party. 'Y HE MCU L:. 1 EH.: lf jp mmm L51 ,Ik -- .X X ,x if 44 L11 SY-YY we if , 5 E THE PAUSE THAT refreshes . . . some of them look like they need it. Q the evening' . ini 0 was a hgh YO if . in , W1g1.,. 4 0 H U I 132 X.:-e w.. H. THE BUM'S Rush is accorded uninvited males NE OPKUS U CH 'mail and UXCCU1 A anno fashionable Yellow D we D ted with "OUT OF THIS WORLD" was the Phi Theta assembly which featured a rather complete work- ing over of Heaven after the arrival of some Oregon activity girls. went rustrc wxth haysceds and country STEIWER HALL took its fall term dance to the Eugen Hotel. 133 i. l.. Umm PXETXKV1 vmci 3U 5 LEFT: S ldi ' . rerested Wibfers d'5P1ay the-xr talents before ' BELOW- Tier hrst assembly of year m Thirteenth Qnepanx-ief30fP5 Band swings down .7 auf ,'1 14:4 the them back, and they See 134 too. ' ,J , A to lon ROTC :Hume , gh we . UNASTU' trainiflg Piogzilxg the whole ibm i'Com become 5 to home i S14 ' any DH m g. . -...uf . .if ,r A-1 WHAT ' SA MATTER, fellas, too cold for youu lim 81 IHC GI PIC IC r. Here, in fatigue clothes, they gather aro und for a ul, ? -L. 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Wisner made the first score on a right end play and Kulesh kicked the extra point. Iohnson went through center for the second touchdown. Chief Hy in duck ointment was Cavalry's Iohnsombaugh who sparked the 2 cavalry touchdowns. However, in the fourth stanza Shafer and Greenberg came in for their share of paydirt, while Worth made the final touchdown in the last 18 seconds of the gameg the score 33-12. It was the same story again in the return game played in Marshfield. with Vandor and Holsheimer running wild on two plays netting them 60 yard touchdowns apiece. Final score on this game was 28-O. IT'S LOBER DOING THE HONORS as lic sweeps through Cavalry opposition in the home game between these tvso teams ...- 3, l F -A :-4 .qu 5' Q -. A "4 'S 25. V, 4 .- 4 "'.,i"f?" E 'LA'.v'.SffM W U" Ll. ., , - -fa, - ., - f 5 A ' If 5 - 4- . - 1 -. U ""i'1"" 1 ri . 'i ' fi f,-ir' 1" 2- ,A -1 'LJ'-effrff ' "5 fl. Own-. 4 ,,,., V ffi .. 1 .f . - -. .-QQ. 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The prospects for putting even eleven men into jerseys seemed too remote to chance, so Oregon announced her withdrawal from the Pacific Coast Conference. A few days later the cheering news arrived that arch-enemy OSC had been forced to take the same step-and the feud had to be reserved for the casaha courts of winter term. N-IL.: A12 wg: md 1 K Effie? G , ,arf "N 1.4 ENE 1 M55 lm 1. 1 K' V I 'V 1 52? f I sf?-M 1 I W i v gm - sq. n 1- W M I Q F ' " 'I A wg' ., 4 1 gl , I. 5 -an V , X - P-Q Af T". gm . 4' U 1 '-i?v W K '4 A K J Al' v V Y n A .1 M X ., f 15,22 A' fr-..'S2g:g" I ' 2 I -LQEQEB4-I ff' ' A . now 4 mn! it 5. Tuff aye .LUXSIP ' . sf ,, , smash qw fl' ff ,wg -4 SHT? ai? .-A, 3, ,hp , jig? ' Nl 'Se f si? 4- W 1 vane . 1:-i.s..1Q,R, . ' 73ii?"zzZf' ' 'Jigs-'af V Wg! , 2 ii 55 I1'1f'f'a15?' 'Hof 'QQ-25 -nv . ,- -1 ,..4--5 x ,wi XM ,. .... -5 ,A . ,J wg . 2-,U ' 125f'i?eQ554 W: iii 1555-: I my f-L was ' 4 Mx um 4 fe we S ,E-5.3-Wm, My 25, if nf: :fr dk 121 Alf? v,,, M5 AEWQYT A W QE W , 1 MQ S K ,fzqfrxrf Q ., iw K ED AVERILL, President of the Oregon Dads, acted as toastmaster at the Saturday banquet. Dads Weekend Features Banquet, Bands Away Queen RETAINING THE SPIRIT of former years, yet at the same time presenting a con- servative weekend in line with the wartime period, Dads' Day for 1944 was an out- standing success. With author-parent Ernest I-laycox speaking hilariously on "Fathers Belong to the Human Race", the Eugene Hotel had a capacity attendance for the Dads' Day luncheon. Mr. Ed F. Averill, president of Oregon Dads, presided, and "Welcome Girl" Ianet Marugg was introduced. In the business meeting which followed, Mr. Eugene Vande- nynde of Salem was elected president for the ensuing year. Those parents Cmothers came tooD who were able to be in Eugene for the week- end of January 22 found careful preparations awaitingtheir arrival. Registration was conveniently handled at both the University and the hotels. Major events of Saturday evenings entertainment were the Oregon-Washington basketball game and the Univer- sity play "Dark Victoryv. UnoH-icially adding to the weekend was the Sunday afternoon "campus Serenade" by Owen Bailey's ASTU swing band. Thoughtfully allowing "time outi' for students and parents to see one another, the committee left the remainder of the weekend free for re- unions and dinners at the living organizations. . Behind the Dads' Day plans was the capability of general chairman Bob Hemphill and his assistants Marian Schaefer, registration, jean Taylor, luncheon, Arliss Boone, housing, and Edith Newton, publicity. ARRIVING DADS are welcomed at the statron by ther: offspring and the rally squad. CROWD AT BANQUET in wartime year proved support and interest of Oregon fathers. IRENE GRESHAM received the bouquet and award as the Oregon Bonds Away Queen at the basketball game Saturday night. ERNEST HAYCOX, famous Oregon alum, gave the campus a sample of his wit and humor on the subject of fathers at the banquet. Mr. I-Iaycox is at the far right. DAD'S DAY COMMITTEE. FRONT ROW: W Jean Ta 'lor Arliss Boone BACK BOW' Edith Dad' Da Commlttee 148 5 , . . Newton, and General Chairman Bob Hemphill. is .fl "MCM W 1 W I V v 'A 43411 'ek if 'jeff' wif? ,ww -5 1 mi ghisij 1 I I x - ' . .. i, ' L I Q. A l P RIA' 4 I,-A . .V ff H E - ' , .J " 5' N ' " 41' 7' N 'Q'4 '- . ' n .5 Q , 'Qi ':I I . . ' ga S 'iw f , r Q QQ 5.05 f ., + J I' ' ' ' , 'X J . , I 1 I f f git lb' '. 1, .17 VER 'I' 50 1, 4 5 f ' m, .. t ,4 My - , - . .4 4 5 'L 1 M- . "' . fl . f L A K V 3' " F55 34+-f 1 + W' ff f . 4..: , - t ' zu: '."i' Nt!! . 4 Y SM ar . A , , v Q05 f 'r 9' 'wig W fy J I '- ' W ,hs f Q15 i ,, Q . 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Q nga, v N753 L fii'-F D u- Heart Hop KING OF HEARTS Roger Dick of Company D is crowned by Beverly Paclgham, YW prexy. ANOTHER PICTURE OF HIS MAIESTY, here with his Court, Knaves John Weisel of Steiwer Hall and Robert Hansen of Com- pany . A 5 Q 9 I iii HE LOOKS happy about the whole thing. SPONSORED BY THE YW, the Heart Hop is held four separate houses, the girls date the men, and proceeds go to scholarships. ' 1. Assembl s OPULAR S U N D A Y AFTER- NOON entertainment was the Re- corded program sponsored by Mu Plii Epsilon. LAST ASSEMBLY of winter term was held by AWS, featuring Orlando Hollis in one of his first campus appearances as acting president. The Mortar Boards also appeared for the occasion, clad in new white jackets, and presented a skit' concerning the "good old days" and the "good new days". "EVERY DAY ABOUT THIS TIME" found soldier students gathering into their companies TOWARD THE END of Winter Term, soldiers were leaving the campus in large groups-and scenes like this one of Company A were scheduled to become rarer and rarer. . ULDIER DUI G EK-'555i.Zc'-4312: w ,S K .,.. .Wkaga i mfz.1,- 1 1 ff? 353 A :ff 3.2551 gg H --w-w-- M ,- . lx 45 1 A M M3 W4 1 'indi- X li . +3 , h 1 - Q J, 'fig - ,- ,f-. ,' ' -' .s Q, V 2 ff LA. y A v :ls ' E12 'W .g,-r.::r- A , E., i ef ' ' fig 3' sf 'fs if ' -1 Y ' X , 'I O . ' - ,Q 'Pr' . 1 I F' X . 6 W ., lk 5 K r , 2' f r Wally Bonrew ick W1w5h1-lipwwrz,-.4'111"'111" " '1-"- -- - '- 1 ' 1 1... L,, , ,,L. li 1 T? M 1.2 Y 'E fs - 5 1525515 1 , ' ' 11.1 1 1 42 ir V 2 7553 , E, ' 11 1,111 K. '51 " , 1 -- A - ,M day gf - "H '11 '111 1 .5 E " ' 11 111 511,111 111 M M ---A 111 1,1 U, X 1 11 11 1 ' H111111 . H 111 . , 1 11 Hi T WAS SAME OLD C1944 Northern g .Division 1 ,basketball wearing 'itsl1111943 titleylielty Walked axkfjayf Season! i1n6'lV'195Sgg: l 111+ fhe Oregoxg ftlflelliiillsbciohitllf fl' year, losing tri 'lnf tetimsgiifoqr toqiheli Huskies aiiil orle tothe Y2V2ishiIigt5HlState Cougirsfffhe Ducks fmishecl the' season mth A-uh0tn'KNl1'll'1i1'lg streak of eight straight games. Borrevick, two year Veteran, Hamilton, drivihg gpardl, and Humphfies, smooth play-' ing Jfonvardfgweteyiresponsible gtiivothitds of the points' challtedl their The 'other half of Oregonfs key 'ihen were ffeshmeh: Bill Phillipss guardg George Bray, forwarcl, and 'Norm Hexiwoodl guard, Bill Phillips ,.- 1 Y A-,,,11 , H,--as , 1 111 11 ' ' ' ,3-14121, 1 J W1 1 Bob Caviness , I ,.Q.,a,1 . ,VN V , , , :gg-.-.- Y- 51 111 11 J S, W1 11. 1:1w1ff,, 11: 1 F 111 111 44 - 111 ' Q Q?-11 1 1.43 1111 f 1,35 n. 154130 1 QM 1 11 wwf 1 -1 age, -X ai"'v +1 1 bg ' a, 11 1'j A1 ' QA111 1, 11 ' .1 - 11'f. 'tj -, 1-:1 1,:g. 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C. ..... .. 4 12 .250 ual Cluawi la mov' A ou' his ME 1 his qmc ln his ON ruffle woild 0 Cevdon- . cbt H055 baslseiba was ,110 ef eg 009 an OW ABQ PS. Bea in the944 Squad ge has turn Coach H He 35 renow na the Xunwegsiiy' X geaw ' me? 3 the A. be . 63 , 8 exgbt Y Q Wh1Ch t teams 0 WN.. Ina- it . Conference hi?l'1 score man was BOB HAMILTON who was sistant scorer a l the way and eamed 172 points as the sharpest s in the conference. Chalking up 167 points, Wally Borrevick took second place ' coast conference individual scoring contest, and gathered 2.5 in one game. lHAMILTON CNO. 6D takes the ball from OSCE: Al Anderson. BORBEVICK AND BRAY put the casaba in while two Vandals look on A N wide-eyed. +RSITY BASKETBALL SQUAD. FRONT ROW: Barney Koch, Lee Winberly, Bill Phillips, Dick Humphreys, Bob Cavines, Bob Mosby, and Norm nwood. 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Scheduling of concerts, budgets, nd the overseeing of the publications-Oregana, Emer- ld, and Student Directory-are a few of their problems. ugene M. Pallett is chairman of the group. Student embers include Nancy Ames, ASUO president, Helen ohnson, Oregana editor, Marjorie Major Goodwin, merald editor, Audrey Holliday, and Martha Jane Witzer. Faculty members are Dan E. Clark, Dean Karl . Onthank, Dean Theodore Kratt, Wilbur P. Riddles- arger, S. Lindstrom, Horace W. Robinson, Educa- onal Activities Manager and Spring term, George urnbull. HO EUGEN E Chai Unan RACE ROBINSON, Acting Educational Activities Manager EMMACENE TRAVIS, Secretary -1- --a a--:Q-'+w-ma:w :mam i-'-- --Q---M-,W-1,1-ww-wr--,L,.,wasmwsytmwaswwavwfxawmexwawss-Mamv,.iw ,WWF iw DOROTHY MAYNOR, WHOSE SOPRANO VOICE thrilled University concert-goers Spring term. 17D CU CERT IE ilim i x ' i vu fag ER Tx AND me vxoUN we CAT ANC-ES UNO FR . 59,1112 'em :. "0 yn weXC0med to the 1 ., Q , Pl 1 Q ff , .A ff x ian. X S x 4 , x Q Q J xx' Lf: fi M- -- ' , fifff -, N in ' ii w 5 E , ,. X :iii 11 :' W N1 ,, ..,,,, , , 5x --.12,f.:,, - IH, .V is K 55: M an "E 'ff A' ' ,, wlwllll I .f"' wa-..- f "L 1 4' or l .s w vs' L5 it ef Ax xiifm ' 15-SQ . ' . i Q I , "' 2 WX. I 1 w , i a F 4 alfsiiijw ,., i' ,if ,bf W ,dr 2, sf QQ SKERRY, First Vice-President, Winter IEAN PAGE, Second Vice-President MARTHA JANE SWITZER Secretary Treasurer U0 Plans Wartime ohadulo Soldier-Student Situation Bring Problems, Solutions HIS YEAR HAS SEEN A great many changes in the personnel of the executive council. Dut to the resignation of Kay Iankins as senior representa- ive, Harry Skerry was appointed to fill the positiong then after Oge Young esigned as first vice-president of the ASUO, Sltcrry advanced to that office and nn Leo was appointed senior representative. Wlien Helen Manning, the other enior representative, failed to return to school 'winter term, Mary Bentley .was hosen to Hll the vacancy. Thus the uncertainties of wartime living are reflected n student politics. ' In addition to the traditional ASUO Homecoming and Dad's Day activities, he arrival of the soldier-students has been the incentive for many new ideas oncerning campus social life. In the interest of better social functions for the ilitary and civilian students, the ASUO appointed a Campus Coordinating ommittee, which is composed of an eqiual number of soldiers and civilians. This ody arranges the social events of the ASUC. Chief among these Wartime innova- ions are the "mixers", sponsored each Wednesday evening from 9:30 to 10:30 t the womenis living organizations in order to better acquaint the groups with ne another. Arrangements were also made for a canteen to be held in Cerlinger all every Saturday night. Hostesses are appointed from the various houses to reside, cokeslare served, and the soldiers may enjoy an evening of cards, music, nd reading. A series of forums have been featured throughout the year presenting ectures by authorities on politics, liberal education, and the Total Victory league. hese activities and many others such as the War Board and the Student Union ommittee have combined to make this an extremely active year for the ASUO. G? Pxwww i ' r MARY BENTLEY, Senior 174 KATHRYN JENKINS, Senior E ECUTWE CUU CI '1 HELEN HOLDEN MANNING, senior 'Z YQ HOLLIDAY, junior 1-30 P9 PHYLLIS HORSTMAN, junior 13 -. Li ,X 1 I fx SI I . I i 1,,',L Wa. , 5 1 . ,, ,, V M1319-Migdg H 5576? A-WF. CHARLOTTE CALDER, Sophomore I , A 'QI 'Y , ,gy ig 'fa I E I "SMA H Mfm Q3 VIRGINIA WRIGHT, Sophomore 1737 JEAN FRIDEGER, Chairman eihl C9115 eag S EN.. oaiiigiiiiiiot the Cfiiigras weaken S AW AY Q22 of we isigketball 'Same QBHOUUCBYQ time oi the await iid at the W avnou 176 Tas and es. which waa. l I KVVAMAS MARY BUSH AND MARY SHERMAN try to stack all the books lected fall term in the book drive that netted more than 1900 books for Camp Adair. War Board ponsors uccessful Bond Drive NTHUSIASTIGALLY SUPPORTED by the entire Uni- versity, the War Board and chairman Jean Frideger can claim outstanding success in their varied campaigns and projects this year. Biggest and most successful drive sponsored by the War Board this year was the bond drive in connection with the 4th War Loan. Inter-house rivalry was at its peak as each house backed its candidate for "Bonds Away Queen" with individual bond sales. An entrance bond was required for each candidate, i and donated to a Memorial Fund to erect a statute to Oregon students .killed in action. ln less than four and a half days the amazing sum of 35260360 was collected, which is the record for any United States college. The five linalists were Jean Gorkin, Sue Stater, Irene Gresham, Jeanne Villair, and Betty Sprague. Judges chose Irene Gresham as "Bonds Away Queen." The War Board was divided into several sections. Agricul- tural Aid was under the supervision of the Phi Thetas and headed by chairman Marty Beard. The Blood Bank was directed by Mortar Board, with Beverly Goetz as chairman. Bibbits Strong and Florence I-lintzen handled the Salvage-Scrap committee, which collected tin cans, fats, and paper. The fats and paper were sold and the money given to the War Fund. Records offered to the house which collected the most scrap were won by Alpha Delta Pi. The USO committee, under the Kwamas and chairman Mary Bush, carried on a book drive and collected 1900 books for Camp Adair. Bed Gross Ghaiunan was Carol Wicke, and Yvonne Torgler directed the Service Scholarship Fund. ..- xv' , Y 11,4 . . 'J 1 n w ,I ,. w 1 ib- LY' ,.' QP' Mai 'ww A 'V i ' if gf ,E :F fi . .FL 31 'v.'- f fb 1:5 S V Y ff .A I J , ' f . Miva- 1 if A Q: 55, f., ' il'i1""k I W.: ,,, ,I . -1,1 Km - W- fi 5, 5.1: 1 6 L .. Y -L N. in Q..-it ,, bglff' ff In 4 1 , . W" f. .1 A , K 5 W, " 'U VV vi am an " -JZ ---1 . -f -L'-L' W ,W . " " . A 1451 32 i 5 3 9,355 ff 35.5. 2:51 X 6- ' w 'I ' c ,Q . W -V , , A 'gg -1' , ,M - ,ri ' ,:. - .j gi, Q H fl' M., ,IQ ' 255 N , X W 1 f X w ,-1-wk 'fu-. ,WM ff N X -N , ' 'I if ,221 ti ,i-1 'if juiei A ' L7 1 7. W L ,. ,, f Q '- 1 1 , . , , ' '71 , Y ,. . fZ . - 52, ' s J. 'K' -1 - 'wg Q ' , ,-, -wrbfzficwmffw Q F: .gi i - -. . ,E v Vi, 1 ff as -Q U , ffl-ff Q 9 . 4 if ,L ,A W -ar " -H-Q, - ami- . Hman EO, Chai ANN L 178 Plans lVlaterialize for tudent Unit: "First Post-War Building' ls Committees Promise OMFORTABLE LOUNGES, chrome fountains and luxurious ballrooms circulated throughout campus chatter during the year as hopes for immed iate post-war construction of a Student Union building became brightened b a declaration from University officials that the Student Union was number on on the construction list. Ann Leo, long-time head of Student Union affairs, helpe newer students lay plans for the future. For the first time in a decade student interest in the Union project was high and petitions for the all-campus Student Union committee mirrored enthusiast and determination that the University of Oregon would soon have a student owned, student-habitated and student-operated building. Nine members wer appointed to form an all-campus committee headed by a power-house junior Gene Conklin, and Student Union enthusiasts opened up their new office i johnson hall, complete with name on the door. As winter t6I'ITl drew to a close, three class committees were appointed t handle Union affairs in the freshman, sophomore and junior classes. Thes twenty-one students will serve on their continuing committees until they gradu ate, thus giving the project a firm nucleus of workers to carry over from yea to year. The financial picture of Student Union improved considerably during th year as cooperative store rentals were officially pledged by the state board o higher education. A total of fiS10,262.33, accumulated rentals, and 32,500 yearl rental revenue .will be channeled into the Union funds. At the close of winte term building construction and furnishing funds totaled 568,174.92 Ten thous and dollars of the total had been a gift donation for a memorial roo-m to be buil in honor of Major Tom Taylor, Oregon alum who met his death during Worl VVar 11. The job facing the committee members during spring term was to find ou through a series of sympo-siums on the campus, just exactly what facilities woul be needed in the building. Financial estimates and construction blueprints ar in line immediately following a definite decision by students as to what the considered most important and most needed facilities to be provided by a Studen Union building. The future of Student Union is brighter because for the first time since th class of '23 went all-out on pledge campaigns, students, faculty members, an administration ofiicials realized that the building would be more than a "con VCI11CDCC,, during the post-war years to come+a Student Union building woul become a necessity when enrollment increased and student activities swun back to a peacetime pace. x we A K ', miiim H ,N x , n ,Tr Vg. A. 3 221, 1 1 T . , fl 21 LEE? , -f 1 K' "vm, my . , 1 --- Elgszwpgg QQBIF-it E .4 ll Il 3 .. ,X I H. . Z, H . -, A MQ. . . 1 H ' f M -va. 7 mx' Ez? W - 9 -. g , ' 4 5 , I , 0 ,.- ' L :, 1. ,Liss E FEE- faw my Y ,.,.,.,... Aj? ,, ' -vm, 3 vm-.-Y fm, In .A Ks, - - --143 L- :Emu ,M ., ' v x. I -1.8 'Nr-L.. .. .L,-,W ,,, -sh . , S -1-.., 4 -,ng '. 5, E W g:j5Qi?,, Y 5--Q., - ,- .T Q- Ti ,,f if gWFwNW i , , F 'gy . I ' X' -.N-.TT X, '-- R. .'f, I .. ,S I 5 wk Q , ,E 0 Til :aux Q, za -.mf jf ii.: L. W-'fm Msf,f5.5I.' 5: 512 5155: :- ml m 'wx u u 2 'EEK K, ffmfwgf LZ E,- M HIL CAMPBELL Pre ldent Q i . is IILLLII , ,L.2 S ,,,,f,ef'Wf1 ' 22352 ' fX -5 M an :sb 1 J :E in n -ff HL ,E N 7 f' X ll ,Jn I d' ., , , .gf 1 L QW emen heulder New Responsibilities Coeds Become Nurses Aids Under AWS Leadership WWOMEN REVERSE THE UNIVERSE", the theme of the First AWS event, Coed Capers, has been the role of every Oregon Coed this year. Coed Capers brought with it not only overwhelming success, but a new record when seven men snealced through the portals of the Gerlinger gym. The senior cops, composed of Mortar Boards, efliciently exterminated the unwelcome males. Money from the affair surpassed previous years, and all the profits went toward buying a bomber. The Capers ranks as one of the leading events of fall term. Another project of fall term and of interest to new students was the assembly introducing campus leaders. Under the capable and enthusiastic leadership of president Marilyn Campbell, Nurses Aides came into existence on the campus. This is one of the most applauded services started by the AWS cabinet. According to reports, women students turned out very well, and cooperated because they felt they were doing something worthwhile. Winter term started the traditional Nickle Hops rolling again, with the theme "Half a Dime for a Wonderful Time". The soldier students cooperated to rnake the dances successful. The AWS assembly of winter term, featured Marine recruiting, a talk by Acting President of the Uni- versity-Orlando I-Iollis, and a skit by Mortar Board. Another AYVS activity is the giving of scholarships, presented to women who have shown outstanding scholastic ability. BETTY LU SIEGMAN, Reporter PHYLLIS EVANS, Sgt. at Arms URSES AID Coeds Give Time To Aid Nurses HE CAMPUS IOKINGLY DUBBED THEM "angels of mercy" when forty-five coeds enrolled for training as volunteer Red Cross Nurse's Aids last Fall term. They marched through the fall rain to the Univer- sity infirmary three hours. three nights per week for thirty-four hours of uhasici' training. The entire group emerged at the end of four Weeks in their crisp, hlue pinafores for forty five hours of floor work at Sacred Heart general hospital. Later, at the im- pressive capping, ceremony in Gerlinger Hall, nurses aides, efficient and sincere, became recognized as an integral part of the war effort. Thirty four Women were graduated winter term. All have pledged themselves to serve 150 hours per year. At the completion of eighty hours of hospital train- ing given out of the free hours in the coeds' husy day NURSES AIDES d h ld . . . CHI nge, Hall fan tcimum at Presswe Capp ng we ony e m and without remuneration, these Oregon women will --,...- -.. ...-l.1.,...-. ,....J -....1...... Ln.-,..4-1.10 aL.-A.-nLn.1+ the ored , .P- l V .Ag ,-f' , , - -Af 5- lx D -ie., -. s. s N - ' I M ' E I-2 - .1 . I-f 1 . "-. . f J 1 , 1, . me " , .-. -. . J f ' if Q X., 'v I G, 3 I. L '- ru IW 'i I I n 1 I : 'E LX I1 - ' ' ' r -1151 HT ji!-' r , I Q A- n N 3 , v1 4 -" 5 ll, Sr ' , . if 2 ,, , 1 f' Y., 4 , , ,4 , 1 1 - i v ,iii Q : K -' I il l : ' 7 ' . I 1 , L 1 , ' . . f 5 ei I I V ' ". Q.. I - 'i e ':"' 5 AIDS, FALL TERM. FRONT BOW: Mrs. Harold Noble, registered nurse, Jean Fitzgerald, Beatrice Beard, Marcia Cochran, Ann Brown, Charlotte n' Walters, Louise Fletcher, Rosemary Boyd, Dorothy Routt, and Mrs. Rebhan. SECOND ROVV: June Hitchcock, Marty Misener, Kathryn Terjeson, D : 1 y -m 4 1 1 7 7 r Betty Lu Barnes, Sally Bowerman, and Phyllis Miller. FOURTH ROW: Ann Walker, Marilyn Hill, Eleanor Jacobs, June Johnson, Patricia Darby, Jones, and Barbara Korrell. FIFTH ROW: Billie Lawrence, Virginia Beattie, Janice Fitzmaurice, Beryl Innes, Carol VVicke, Mary Stanley, Harriet Hender- Ann Chapman. LONG HOURS or worm earn the badge of full-aedged Nurses 133 Aid. n ld Valerie Kenny Joanne Holstad Shirley Hicks and Barbara Hawkins THIRD ROW Jacqueline 'Vlorris Joan Dolph Patricia Van Hoosear Mari- E IGB CLASS HE TRADITIONAL SENIOR BALL, main pro- ject of the Senior Class, this year showed the military influence. At the January dance the usual form- als and corsages added a colorful note to the Cl. khaki. Charlene Pelly chairmaned this affair. Because of a wartime school year, the seniors limited their activities, but the senior party was scheduled as in past years. With girl graduates definitely in the majority, the class had Barbara Lamb for its president. Other class officers were Susan Sawyer, vice-president, Dorothy Boutt, secretary, and Dorothy Miller, treasurer. SAVVYER, Vice-President ,LW Y DOROTHY ROUTT, Secretary DOROTHY MILLER, Treasurer ., . ,. , U My Mwdmiigk ,WH , M, aww. W , 1- w wi: it . .:. . , A .-,, 4. ,A ' 'Q E 7 in I 3 5 1"N , l 4 pw KQSIVW5 v , f-.2 "LH3W3,2?.' 3- .!' K -1 H14 35559 this 'ai m . , rm- lg' I' 1, KTE?i?'3i vial v. f jaw, I 'jr' -gf Nw' I pi 5 ?Q w 1 T I l :X , ,M I :egsifg I 1. ,fgw 4-9 ff' W , A Wi 'u ummm 'X Xflsgtgit ' . ,L nf. at tug' ft S Mortar Board RADITIONALLY a part of the annual Junior Weelcend is the tapping of Iunior women outstand- ing from the scholastic and activity standpoint by Mortar Board, national senior women's service honorary. Presi- dent, Sue Sawyer leads these selected few who have realized every college woman's ambition. For high scholastic achievement, Mortar Board awards three scholarships to girls of various classes and courses of study. Honoring freshmen girls with fall term grades of 3.00 or over, these senior women sponsor an annual Smarty Party. Answering war time demands, the honor- ary handles the campus Blood bank andq' sends song books, pennants, and literature to soldiers upon request. SUE SAWYER, President nay Ames Marge Curtis Beverly Goetz Helen Johnson Beverly Padgham rilyn Campbell Elizabeth Edmunds Marjorie M, Goodwin Helen Holden Manning Susan Sawyer ,W ,K MARION CAGE, President IU IDR CLASS UNIOR WEEKEND was again the main interest of the Junior class. Although they were unable toliave the traditional canoe fete, the juniors planned an all- campus sing, a terrace dance, and the sunlight Serenade, as well as the also traditional Junior Prom and selection of the Junior Weekend queen and court. In spite of the fact that the junior class was the smallest class numerically, individual members played an important part in the leadership of all campus activ' ities. 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X537 .ji 1 ,, Kms 'x . 7' . X a. Kathryn Dunn Connie Fullmer Boone Velita Durland Jenelyn Gaston Dolph lean Fitzgerald Polly Gordon Phi Theta Up ilon ED BY AUDREY HOLLIDAY, Phi Theta Upsilon, junior women's service honorary, has kept an active hand in student activities. In conjunction with Kwama they have started an Erb Memorial Scholarship, and have given S100 in other scholarships during the year. In addi- tion to their traditional service work, Phi Thetas this year assisted in ushering at MacArthur Court concerts and programs. A successful assembly fall term and a scholarship banquet spring term were the highlights of the year. Individually, the wearers of the yellow sweaters worked unceasingly in war activities while as group, they were in charge of the Agricultural Aid of the War Board. li. Alva Granquist Phyllis Horstman Adele Riggs Ruth Van Buskxrk Alysone Hales Arcus Jensen Marian Schaefer Carol Wicke Florence Hamilton Flora Kibler Betty Ann Stevens Marglorie Young Audrey Holliday Edith Newton Yvonne Umphlette Barbara Younger BARBARA BLAIR, President UPHUMURE CLASS WI'l'H THE BEARD-GROVVING populace of the Sophomore class dwindled to almost a linger-count number, the annual Whiskerino took on a clipped appearance this year. However, the event was held spring term with a "Spring Fever" theme. The selection of "Betty Coed" and "Joe College" was varied by the addition from military students of "GI joe" to the list of typicals. Their dance for fall term was cancelled at the last minute because of band trouble, but that problem was eliminated at the Whiskerino with the importation of an outside orchestra. Ofhcers of the class were Barbara Blair, presidentg Nancy Brownell, vice-presidentg Sally Twohy, secretaryg and Esther Quier, treasurer. BROWNELL, Vice-President A I X is r ESTHER QUIER, Treasurer SALLY TWOHY, Secretary cl to keep their date with the campus. joe b Smith SECOND E etbaclcs, but still nie B rbara Blair, and Bo . ointing series 0 s Mefilvn Holden, Louise Goodwin, a f' fm ar'-fi: , S 7 .4 -:'41:' J-V-417' X li' F-I 74 A? Hwama VVAMA, the sophomore vvomen's service honorary, began its good work this fall by being "big sisters" to the rushees. Campus drives for books and cigarettes for servicemen were sponsored by these nineteen ener- getic girls who were chosen for their scholastic record and activity ability. Ushering at campus events and "Hying speech squadrons" fall into their capable hands also. Together with the Phi Thetas, junior women's service honorary, the Kwamas have instigated the Donald Erb memorial fund in honor of the late President Donald M. Erb. Two night a week find the Kwamas in charge of the Browsing Roo-m at the library. President of this group is Phyllis Evans. The tapping ceremony is performed every year at the Mortar Board Ball. PHYLLIS EVANS, President ancy Brownell Sigue Eklund Dolores Hewitt Mary McCand1ess Altha Paul Lois Winsley ary Bush Phyllis Evans Marilyn Holden Barbara McClung Mary Sherman Virginia Wright ary Corrigan Ann Graham June Johnson Phyllis Miller Sally Twohy Anita Young LEON WILLIAMS, President F E HMA CLASS WITH ORGANIZATION of the freshman class delayed until Winter term, their activities were somewhat curtailed this year, but the old ufrosh spirit" showed up at elections with plenty of action in the tracli- tional campaign rallies. Class president, Leon Williams, shattered the expectations of an all vvomen's rule for the duration by winning over his feminine opponent to take the spot as the only male representative among the four class prexys. Spring term the freshmen came through with the annual dance as the high-light of their activities. Other freshman officers were Beverly Carroll, vice-president: Alice Buckingham, secretaryg and Florence I-lintzen, treasurer. Y CARROLL, Vice-President QPU . . '47 1 r I FLORENCE HINTZEN, Treasurer ALICE BUCKINGHAM, Secretary Qfzegamz img, .. :x,, 5 'i 'E' ig, ,, 2 ,A l ADELE BICGS, Associate Editor NANCY BROWNELL, Managing Editor r s' 'ggi'-.sfzisf r r, "ii W JOAN DOLPH, Associate Editor erninine Touch Beturns After Q0 Years Yearbook Hits War Schedules Withi Standard Size, Army Section UTTING DOWN FROM the former "super-size" of ten by thirteen inches, the Oregana this year returned to the standard college yearbook size of nine by twelve. Beginning with this external change, the book was radically altered in other ways, not always with the object of cutting size or saving money. A special military section was added, sports were incorporated into the college year of activities, and an over-all plan of streamlined layouts was initiated. Added attraction was the duo-tone cover of the library doors opening out onto the campus. For the editor and her staff there was the ever-present challenge of an unequalled record of eight All-American ratings from the National Scholastic Press Association, of which one was accompanied by the Pacemaker award-tops in the nation. To Helen johnson Went the honor and the responsibility of being the first woman editor of the Oregana since 1924. Working with Helen were her three highest ranking staff leaders: Nancy Brownell, Managing Editor, and Adele Biggs and loan Dolph, Associate Editors. Assisting Nancy in photo- graphic assignments were Betty Towe, Flora Kibler, and Iune Hitchcock. High honors were also due. Ienelyn Gaston, Art Editor. The upper editorial staff included Betty Ann Keup, Charlene Pelly, Barbara Lamb, Ruth Van Buskirk, and Betty Lu Siegman. Exceptions to the rule of an all-women staff were Wanen Miller, editor of the military section, and Evans Cantrell, sports editor. Donna Williams served as executive secretary fall term. Up in McArthur Court the other half of the Oregana staff did its financial maneuverings to make this yearbook possible. Edith Newton, champion fund- getter, served as Business Manager, ably assisted by Barbara Younger, Advertising Manager, Marge Cowlan, Dorothy Rasmussen, Betty Sailor, and Dorothy Routt. Big behind-the-scenes men were Horace Robinson, acting educational activities manager, Warren Teter, official Oregana photographer, to whom goes a large measure of the credit in all of the past All-Americans, and the people who helped so much with advice and support: Mr. Fuller of Shelton-Turnbull-Fuller, printing, Mr. Hedberg of Irwin-Hodson, lithography throughout the book, Mr. Markewitz of Bushong 8: Co., covers, Mr. Ellis of Kennell-Ellis, individual pic- tures, and Mrs. Osburn of Davis 8z Holman, binding. CHECKING AND MORE checkin occupies the efforts of the staff. JENELYN GASTON, Art Editor EVANS CANTRELL, Sports Editor OREGANA EDITORIAL STAFF. FIRST ROVV: Ruthe Foreman, Patti Foyer, Betty Sailor, Patricia Darby, Beverly Ayre, Carolyn V Jacobs, Jean Wallace, Beverly Listmann, Doris Horton. SECOND ROVV: Berniece Davidson, Esther Quiet, Edith Allen, Edith Newton, Lois Evans, Betty Ronning, Margery Skordahl, Shirley Peil, and Eleanor De Young. THIRD ROW: Virginia Lippman, Virginia Murphy, Blanche Svoboda, jean Oveross, Phyllis Perkins, and joan Dolph. D 4253 Siegman, Flora Kibler, SECOND ROW: Ruth Van Buskirk, Betty Keup. ,... -H .'. wg . - .A .gm Q 5 f'-'L ' Z1 I ve Q , i pin" 1. V THE OREGANA STAFF-at work and at play. UPPER EDITORIAL STAFF. FRONT ROVV: Charlme Pellv, Barbara Lamb, 1. VVARREN TETER, Photographer M W.. 4 I .- DONNA WILLIAMS, Executive Secretary, and BETTY TOWE, Assistant Managing Editor. 201 N zu , Vw, uxssfgxu, We w ggggigyuwwxmxxx m ,gmgmlzvw M uw 4452245224554 xx, H H ,,,f,, as LEX ,541 ,gm 4 we-F - W H w 4 1 W 4 XX if f H. :E3a55':,,Es?::::H.,g is 5 ff ' T: 5-Y., " if' ' Ji'T!": H H MM" M mam, ,, 4 ,,w42q, " N ,, 'fm 'gf' " " H 135542,-I5'2w4455g4:4444 Y H N 3: H4 , 5 :Seal FH If ik Q QR-lg 3 4 -1. 1 1 ' - Q M, :rs w 4,1 . ,,,. W 344.34 In 3 QV 4544422244 4 .Y 1, ,H Y, 1 1-" I . 4 .-.., E ,fu V' EDITH EWTU Bu mess Mana UREPA A BLVI ESS STAFF DOROTHY BASMUSSEN, Executive Secretary DOROTHY ROUTT, Collections BETTY SAILOR, Co-Orgariizations OREGANA BUSINESS STAFF. FRONT ROW: Betty Sailor, Patricia Darby, Marjorie Cowlin, Mary Kay Minor, Lcc VVeber, Edith Newton, Annamae musscn, Bette Hayes. Winship. SECOND ROVV: Betty Lombard, Bonnie Butler, Dorothy Bas- 912 A ' ' UU ' films. ' FT- 35.5 "fT":'W f... 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Although the size of the paper was cut from an eight page to a four page tabloid, the coverage of campus activities' remained complete and in the high traditions of the Emerald. Marge Goodwin, the second woman editor in the history of the paper, took the leading role, while the all-star supporting cast included: Marjorie Young, managing editor, Anne Craven, news eritor, Joanne Nichols, associate editor, Norris Yates, associate editor, and Charles Politz, associate editor fall term. Edi- torial board members were Betty Ann Stevens, and Edith Newton. Other impor- tant positions were held by Shirley Stearns, executive secretary, Bob Stiles, sports editor, Carol Greening and Betty Ann Stevens, cofwornen's editors, Mary Jo Geiser, staff photographer, Betty French, chief night editor, and Elizabeth Haugen, assistant managing editor. jack Billings was editor spring term, 1943. Efficiency plus in an extremely difficult year for advertising was the record hung up by business manager Elizabeth Edmunds and her crew. Advertising managers were Arliss Boone, fall term, and Roseann Leckie. An addition to this year's Emerald was the anny page, consisting of .news of the army students and features. The page, which appeared once a week, was written and edited entirely by army men. The co-editors were Shaun McDermott, ASTU, and VVarren Miller, Air Corps. Bob Stephenson was ASTU cofeditor fall term. During each term the Emerald has printed a special edition for Oregon men in the service under the direction of the service committee of the Campus War Board. The paper, which contains a summary of the campus news of the previous term, is sent to over a thousand service men stationed in the United States. One of the most popular outlets for excess energy on the campus, the Emerald is not all work. The Three O'Glock Club celebrates on Friday nights after the paper has been put to bed, and an Emerald banquet is given at the end of the year. IOANNE NICHOLS, Associate Editor NORRIS YATES, Associate Editor Winter -li El f rr 7' 5 W , 44 kk 3' 5'fk' Y: 4 mg., -.X , .r. .4 -,f-,... 'Ewa K x, fa, , -w' we XE Vx ,g 'J B, , 'mia X gl M . M -. -M "V Y. 'Y ' M V in .A 11:91 111'-4' . , Jw' ,,, .., - .., U f-fgteqfn H 44 1- fx' Y . . -N iy,,,Ju 3 4- k QQ' i T. .nun b P .... ,- W I 5555.5.5If!g.:I:I. ..- , Q. I nk 'P- ' :Qi X . -.D My 5 , wry. Q2 fl Em 227 1 .eps ,r - WJ f G H i a Q. Q if ' 1 , H .jf My Pi F.. ...Z 3 jf' vw ,Q ' 1111 5 'fSf3fL,, ,, . W 'P "QW . L51 . 1 ', wi, E 3 :ai 3 1 fd-'zur , .55 , is . ...L .,v- 5 -4 , aff. . .. Tia :fav f nf' ":JaiE2:s:a:a?i'lE!E:5 in Wifi ' X Y , if if '1 N ,X H Vik ' M i, : if N R M ww . 'NM "" V: 355132, KI '5a?i 3.1. we ,, rMg,,3y3,1. 'fzgfijy-ig f 1 v ' 2 ' :Hu , ni,-1 .. N, r l 1 r 1 .,,. 1 Q gag 4 . 1 sm 1- mu ... if E- V' -pa - ug. 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'3 Granquist, Office Manager, Mary Sher- MARGE ROBINSON, Editor Old Ure on UNDER THE EDITORSHIP OF Margie Probin- son, this years' issues of the Oregon Alumni Asso- ciation's monthly magazine, Old Oregon, presented sev- eral special features. In addition to the regular coverage of alumni news, Old Oregon has -a section devoted to the alumni who have been outstanding in military achieve- ments as well as a part containing news of the alumni of '45 and '46 whose educations have been temporarily interrupted by military service. Stress was also placed on the various changes which have taken place in campus life. Assisting Editor Robinson in this year's publication were Associate Editors Doris Hack and Laurel Gilbert- son, and Sports Editor Bill Love. ' ' l CAROL GREEN ING, Editor Piggers Guide DDITIONS MADE TO THIS YEAR'S Pigger's Guide, Oregon's Student and Faculty Directory, included a special section designated for the army stu- dents, listing their companies, units, and telephone num- bers. Another innovation is that of starring the names of the students and teachers who are married. A section was devoted to Oregon traditions, songs, and yells, while ASUO oflicers, honoraries, and house officers were also given. Garol Greening was editor, assisted by Betty Ann Stevens, associate editor. Business manager was loan Dolph, whose assistant was Rosalie Ann Galef. Chuck Politz designed the cartoon cover. PIGGER'S GUIDE STAFF: Ioan Dolph, Business Manager, Carol Greening, Editor, and Betty Ann Stevens, i Associate Editor. liilll ii Mink V ' Z1-E. arf? ll 'IE if ,gal ,seem his V L: iw ni ia, 1. .- . , "'5'2?E,"' ii my -:.:.:- srssxrszrsz ,S ' ' is raw I if H H' sms ? ii Y , I-. H. rt, sm lf3s1i5:Z'3?f5i.. ".5:a65i:5:5:5 - zsssrsrs M.-- ,In gf Y wal, lm it H l ,l ,,-,H : . : ,' L' .i,X: ,--.3 Z -'Z' - Q-' ,EV . Z ,E i - 1 Z - W , , , Y , , 1 V . ' '- A ' -:Zi :-fPir2:2:5: I H . L 5532 as ,f ' "M ' VNV... ,,. i, , 1 ,, V. .:','w ':, 1M,,,"'iw 1w.. , rg, W." are msn - uma, fa-.153 V nk. , S ,,..,,, ,, fslss-A, Z w w - --sl M .M 'Hi W' yi, ' mf as 2 .WM ' w 212 W. A. DAHLBERG, Director of Speech and Dramatic Arts EECH A D DRAMA DIVISIU SIDE FROM ITS MANY INTERESTING class projects, the Speech and Drama division of the College of Liberal Arts provides an ever popular extra- curricular program. Over-all Director W. A. Dahlherg heads this department which includes the speech., drama and radio groups. The Symposium team's speaking tours, together with the varied speech contests highlight the firstg drama receives its due share of attention on the stage of the University Theatreg and the radio fiends enjoy their fill in the workshop courses. Headquarters for all this activity is centered at Friendly I-Iall, extending to the drama shack on one side and the broadcasting studios on the other. YMPU IUM NNUALLY THE SYMPOSIUM GROUP of the University addresses more than one hundred au- diences, including service clubs, high school assemblies, church organizations, and granges on questions of cur- rent interest. This year a new feature, known as the Speakefs Bureau, has been added to the program. Indi- viduals have prepared entertaining and informative talks or lectures on subjects they are qualified to discuss. Any onelof these students are available in western Oregon for a twenty or thirty minute speaking engagement. The topic for the symposium group this year is "The Juvenile Delinquency Problem in Oregon". lane Hooper, Fay Pettis, Hugh King, and Esther Quiet are the student members of the Speakefs Bureau. SYMPOSIUM TEAM. FRONT ROW: Beverly Carroll, Fay Petlis, Esther Quier Jean Caroline Brockway SECOND ROW Louise Fletcher, Susan Stater, Alice Harter, Dorriss Weinberg. THIRD ROW: R. D. Clark director Don Hager Robert C Stiles and Hugh King. ' gin Drama Group lnitiates aw Polic New Plan Will Show All Types of Plays APLAN TO GUARANTEE to each college generation the opportunity to see presented on the Guild hall stage repre- sentative dramas of all types, styles, periods, and nationalities was announced by faculty advisor Horace W. Robinson and the advisory board as the new policy of the University Theatre Guild at the beginning of the '43-'44 school year. As a first trial step in this year year program, the Guild planned to present this year four diversified types of drama: First production: a comedy of farceg Second production: a drama, Third production: an experimental play, Fourth production: a musical or revue. Fulfilling the first promise, "Out of the Frying Pan", Francis Swann's hilarious farce, topped all box office records for the last 12 years, bringing in over a S3300 profit to the Guild. The cast included such able comedians as Dorothy Weygant, Jean Mc- Clanathan, Gordon Halstad, and Edwin Mickel. Dramatic "Dark Victory" staring Kay Kom and Frank Kras- nowsky, physics instructor, scoring a triumphant hit as the second play, was first given in a special Dad's day performance a week ahead of schedule. Horace W. Robinson, acting head of the dramatic depart- ment, in consequence of the short-handed dramatic staff, directed the entire University Theatre Guild program for the year. Two successful projects of the Guild in connection with dramatics was the vaudeville troup started by Helen Holden Manning and taken over by Roberta Quigley when Mrs. Man- ning left the campus, which performed innumerable times at the local USO, and the Guild Gazette, a mimeographed news- sheet edited by Ervin Webb, and sent to service alums who were once connected with University drarnatics. Last spring's success "My Sister Eileen", also directed.by Mr. Robinson, starred Nelda Rohrback as Eileen and Dorothy Weygant as the all responsible Ruth. From one entaglement to another, including a soda jerk, an editor, apunch drunk fighter and the Brazilian navy, "My Sister Eileen' was a laugh-crazy success. HORACE ROBINSON, Director 5232 xi.-Q Niven, 534--wail: k 'E-'I mm!!! Epi ,Hm,ggL X VM, H N115 gisff .. lww-riff? P. w 'H ,mf Y 1 -Sasieaw M w :f 'mg -' wi,-.YM -..,.w.,f...,....M.,,.M.,1.M.., Www ga fu ik LMA 1 , L ' " ,vw '-:fx . 1 ,F ,. gy iyfu 5 C' if ,f. 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A few minutes later, riveting starts and two workmen drill right into the apartment. ...ug DOROTHY VVEYGANT AND NELDA ' ROHRBACH, who were responsible for a great many of the laughs of "My 'Sister Eileen". 1 , . 5-, M as W' ml H, I 9, 7 , 'W ,M 's I , 'RH , .L l 'gi .A :1 4. -w im C ..,:yfL...- ' f. -W? af. XZ' Qi Qu , 1 ll Vasa -Isa l I ,,,f,-,W-5.-,K , . x l ' 9' , 2 4' VA. I -.4aFs1 - ' --'W k- - M - - - ' . i v H V, :wk A , m W I n gr I r I 5 fa J . if ,., mfg? A ' if ' f' Q. -- - k A' ' 1 Q aw-v A 5 Y IW . .4 ,, k '. 1 ' ' 3 ,.-uv - . A , .: , - " -- E if V - N ' " f M S45 M nffryf. "+ '11 r - -l..,L,A V , VJ Kiluixsp .Q ' 4" . ,. V ,F A 5 E , l i f wg f 1-ff,-ir.ifs .W . f f j- """" J ' "' .. , V. 1, V, www-N- 1 Qfgg, gint: 3 1 H I , Q G ' A- fff' ' ' 1ji4ff4,i,..a, 3 3 ' 'A-,.., W, gg -.-, v "Dark Victor " DR. STEELE CI-'frank KrasnowskyD examines a beautiful heiress, Judith Traherne CKay Kornl who is suffering from a very dangerous brain tumor. He tells her that an operation wil be necessary. What he does not tell her is that the operation will be only surgically successfulg she will be Perfectly all right for sometime: then she must die. WHEN IUDITH FINDS OUT, she breaks off the strong attachment which s felt for the doctor, and abandons herself to all of the amusements and frivolities society. HE TERRIEIC PACE does not satisfy, however, and she realizes finally that e must live the short remainder of her life as if she had a full lifetime ahead. IN A NEW ENGLAND HOME, she and her doctor find the simple happiness they had both sought in vain before. The old housekeeper flVlarge RobinsonD keeps Iudith's secret when she Finds that death is only a few hours away. Dr. Steele has been called to Canada for an important operation, and she sends him away, knowing that she will never see him again. This is her 'victory over the dark'. L 5 gr-5 1 -1 :A . jf, sr .'-2. 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Fall term, under the baton of Rex Undervv they gave their Hrst recital for the year, which feat Aurora Potter Underwood at the piano. The winter concert presented Marilyn Olson, talented violinist, , 'ay ' EI also included works by Tschaikowslcy, Mendelss Y ' and modern composers. ' REX UNDERWOOD, Director SYMPHONIC MUSIC is the end-product of long and arduous rehearsals for the University Orchestra. and HE UNIVERSITY BAND, led by john Stehn, consists this years of approximately 33 members, mostly women. They have kept alive the traditional pep and enthusiasm by playing at Saturday night ath- letic contests. The bancl has made few other public ap- pearances. However, they have broadcast over KOAC. Working also under the direction of Mr. Stehn, the air corps band has made numerous public appearances both within and outside Eugene. Besides playing for some athletic games, they have played for all air corps reviews. The A.S.T.U. band took part in the Armistice Day parade, and also has played for all A.S.T.U. reviews, as well as for a few athletic contest. JOHN STEHN, Director LED BY DIRECTOR STEHN, the University Band rehearses at the ROTC Barracks. N -551-i:.sT""' 'NT' ' I we Q'VH'fln3zE4iH'5' T W -Tiflel-"T 'Y 1. " : " -. " J" 1'vir+ 'f Tj ....,...., 'li ',?gt3ZgJ'!imL - an it M- is-4'i"ii'Mzeag , in m'i,was-W 5 31.5 M, Hf1a,gs.fvg-7 ss Y 3, was '--:fm,,g-,.-,- --, --. 1- I ag ' A use 1 5' -U - . H , - , ,af rm.. --, L, ,-,U M J i jgasigiia . -:,-.- . M--M --A ,im ,fm-Esr iw, 'ral-EE ps F 'YV null? aa., r- . ""T' : :Y Z . I -. Juli? Mpw , ,.,- , .aces -"ri,-W, ferr 'c""""'f - M f'-gi , Q 1 -5-M 5, f s A -,-..-..-....... -1 4-V--L -afffsw-----A--U --7: if ,, A23 mgzrw v, 5:3 '.,, ., im pg R BETTY ANN KEUP, Rally Squad Chairman Rall quad ROVING THAT SCHOOL SPIRIT need not be a war casualty, the Rally Squad showed its traditional hustle in generating enthusiasm for army football games and basketball games. In addition to handling yells and leading snowball rallies, the Rally Squad furnished half-time entertainment at games. Stunts of the year was the daring kidnapping of Oregon State's mascot, Benny the Beaver. The iron rodent was painted green and yellow and displayed in front of the Side. VVartime restrictions having been lifted, the squad saw that the "O" on Skinners Butte was painted, and repainted it again after Oregon Staters had made it orange in retaliation for the theft of Benny the Beaver. Bob MacDonald, fall term, and Keith 'Murphy and assistant Ralph Rathjen were civilian yell leaders, aided by Everett Riley and Chuck Clark for the anny. Betty Ann Keup did an efficient job as chairman, while Rally Squad members wereXCharline Pelly, Gloria Malloy, Phyllis Evans, Ioan Halstead, Virginia Wright, and Barbara lVlcClung. RALLY SQUAD. FRONT ROW: Charline Pelly, Barbara McClung, Ralph Rathjen, Phyllis Evans. SECOND ROW: Virginia NVright, Betty Keup, Gloria Malloy. bug. gisfm THE GANG in action. H KEITH MURPHY, Yell Leader OREGONNS VICTORY BELL, once donated for scrap, only to mysteriously disappear, was finally retrieved this fall and watched over by its jealous guardians, the Rally Squad. A MURPHY G , IVES i ul. pf .y tlye Came 13111612 Ee Wpo 131 lets' 225 5 ..,. ,,..... f bgll . W 4 Q , BEVERLY GOETZ, President 226 Womens Athletic Association HE VVOMAN'S ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION is responsi- ble for the intramural and recreational program for the women students of the University. The group's activities were directed by President Beverly Goetz and her council: Martha Jane Switzer, vice-president, Doone Eccles, secretary, Marian Schaefer, treasurer, Alysone Hales, head of sports, Ruth Shipler, custodian, Bonnie Umph- lette, social chairman, Connie Walters, sergeant-at-arms, Marty Beard, publicity, Phyllis Lloyd, reporter, and club representa- tives: Betty Crabb, Amphibian club, Marianne Blenlcinsop, Hockey Club, Dot Dixon, Outing Club, and Margaret Wake, Badminton Club. janet Ross was WAA president spring term, 1943. Alyson Hales, head of sports, did an execellent job of direct- ingthe intramural program, co-nsisting of the following activities and their managers: Io Beginato, softball, Phyllis Root, tennis, Evelyn Marshal, volleyball, Helen johns, basketball, Pat Howe, table tennis, and Margaret Wake, badminton. WAA Fun Nights, held throughout the year, helped coeds solve the problem of filling empty Friday nights. Dancing, volley- ball, basketball, tumbling, games, swimming, table tennis, shuffle board, badminton, and food were offered, and the project proved to be one of the most outstanding of campus activities. Any woman student may participate in any of the sports offered ,during the year, and may become a member of the W.A.A. after one term of participation in any activity. 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A . ., . -M , fag, .:. 471+ '-e -,. ., -'?,-if - Y. r-T1 f 315 . ,J E, 'fjiii f in s . -:JNL 57.-:via ygd, it .-, .KP .5 ... - ' ""-fr ., 1--,,-'cw -'- - 7' X- ' ' faq.gfL1-:',,f-fr-'suf.'h 2- Ad fi pg V Y we V-1"' gi " -,,.4fv- 4- -.'-1' ..,,. . ,+-- - . oftball 1-,Q , ' wg 1 1 ig V Mzlgzlialv 1: gm-, -- 11 -irx "P . - .--',,... .fd . SPRING TERM found Amphibians spelling out "V for Victory" in one of their ex hibition swims. MPHIBIAN ORIDES CHAMPIONSHIP BASKETBALL TEAM. FRONT ROW: Georgia Adams, Carol Harter, Verda jackson, and Jacqueline Bagan. SECOND ROW: Mary Alice Lawson, Della Martin, janet Carpenter, Pauline Smith, and Vivian Martin. K :,ez we. 19.4 BEVERLY PADGHAM, President YWCA ACKED BY A 50-YEAR RECORD, the YWCA sponsors a wide variety of activities which tend to promote a well-rounded college education for the coed. In the fall the annual breakfast for freshman women was held and throughout the year other prominent activ- ities included the freshmen and sophomore Hresides, Thursday teas, vesper services, and the Heart Hop. The pertinent question of racial relations has been the subject of forums in connections with the A.A.U.W. The World Student Service fund drive and the sponsoring and direct- ing of the USO Scrapbooks were important War activity aids. Beverly Padgham, as president, directed the 'Y's' program. SWE' Edith Newton Dorothy Rogers Beverly Padgham Yvonne Umphlette L Y irginia Beattie Maureen Conklin Connie Fullmer Audrey Holliday Leslie Brockelbank Joan Dolph Ann L. Graham Flora Kibler Betty Lou Butler Kathryn Dunn Alva Grandquist Marie Morgan DNNUAL FALL ACTIVITIES PLANNING CONFERENCE eatured a banquet at the YMCA house YMCA EADQUARTERS for students and faculty who wish to participate in a program of Christian serv- ice for the campus-community, the YMCA HOUSE is also a focal point for men's recreational activity. In addi- tion to the organized activities of YMCA members, the YMCA HOUSE is an increasingly popular gathering place for many University organizations. The University War Emergency Council, which co-orclinates the services of all campus religious agencies in their services to the Army trainees, maintains their headquarters ofhces at the YMCA building. The 'Y' building is open every day and evening of the year and its facilities are available to stu- dent-soldiers without any cost of them. The 'Y, also par- ticipates in such campus-wide activities as the Easter Sun- rise Service, Thanksgiving Day Service, Student World Service Fund Campaign, University Vespers and is a member-organization of the Student Religious Council. WM IN MEMORIAMQ Peter Howard, twice president of the YM, whose death cut short a brilliant career of leader- ship and service. RECENT DELEGATES to 1944 State Student YMCA Conference were Douglas Moore and Don Ieppeson. - " F-F 'sr 'ff' We .f f - 0 E E- V, me K Il-l l ll v Q' 4715 VELITA ESTEY DURLAND, President l We le Hou e F Q' RESIDENT VELITA ESTEY DURLAND and all other "Wesley-goers" of Oregon planned this past year's social program to accommodate the schedule of the soldier-students on the campus. High-lights in activities were the informal "Cotton Fling", a minstrel show, veni- son feed, street dance, annual retreat, and the Winter term State Student Movement Conference. Saturday night parties and Sunday evening Worship services were held weekly, and under the guidance of the new Wesley F i 'ieigip Foundation Director, Mrs. John Worthinton, have estah- lished Vvesley as the "Campus Come-In House." WW The organization moved from last year's site on Onyx "THE COTTON FLINGH, given fall term, fea- tured Wesleyans in blackface. RIGHT, a friend' ly gathering Ends a "home away from home" at VVes1ey House. 236 to the present location at 1258 Kincaid. fi t to Q 'QQ We tmin ter Hou e ESTMINSTEP1 HOUSE WAS TI-IE FAVOR- ITE stopping plase for many Oregon students, both soldiers and civilian, during the past year. Formal and informal activities of the week, such as the Thurs-- day potluck dinners, Saturday Open I-louse, and Sunday worship and forum groups, gave students the chance to meet and make friends in a home atmosphere. Lois Clause, president, and other student oflicers and organization chairman have kept a moving program throughout the year in both social and educational fields. Mr. and Mrs. jim Bryant may always be found for guid- A ance and personal chats. l' Westminster is maintained by the Presbyterian Church, but students of all sects are Welcome at any time. '..' L fall 11-.-.ga gp' fag. -Q te. Maj gf -? ,gs .ri .se ,. ,la 3 .H . M tg. Z fx BELOW. LOIS CLA . reCfOr ' MRS' IIML1g2E53Al.kl?1iidenr. 1 IT'S POTLUCK THURSDAY at Westminster H an and the crowd joins in front of the Fireplace. BELOVV, food and fellowship is the order of the evening. 53: Ri C0-up Board PRESIDENT Polly Gordon Orlando J. Hollis James Gilbert Reed Gurney Jack Penningkton G James Thayer Oge Young Hui-U-liamaaina W UST TO KEEP THE ISLAND KIDS together is the purpose of Hui-O-Kamaainan, said Dawn Trask, president of the group of University students from Hawaii, The Hawaiian club meets every other week to talk of home, sing island songs, and play Hawaiian records. Now that war conditions make visits home especially difficult, students from Hawaii doubly appre- ciate the organizations activities. Perhaps the .biggest social event of the year is the chop suey dinner. Officers include Catherine Watkins, vice-president, and Char- lotte Wicke, secretary-treasurer. HE UNIVERSITY OF ORECON'S CO-OP BOARD, governing body of the Students' Cooper- ative store, meets once a month. From this board come store policies and financial decisions that make the Coop a paying enterprise and a store that all University stu- dents may appreciate and patronize. Innovations in the regular line of merchandise were added this year for the convenience of soldier-students, who found little time for shopping trips down town. Mr. Marion F. McClain is manager of the store. The board is composed of Polly Cordon, presidentg Jack Pennington, vice president-secre taryg jim Thayerg Oge Youngg Reed Curneyg and two faculty memhersg James H. Cilhert, and Orlando Hollis. PRESIDENT Dawn Trask I ' .7 Suzanne Abbott Betty Crabb Elizabeth Johnson Roberta Madden Jean Watson Ruth Munro Carol Wick Doris Trask Charlotte Catherine Watkins Lois Wmsley enior Six GIRLS HELD A MAJORITY in this year's "Senior Six", for four women and two men were selected by Phi Beta Kappa fall term as the most outstanding seniors in accumulativc grade point average and high scholarship in particular fields. Those making up the "Senior Sixn this fall were Thelma Nelson, Education, Marjorie Robinson, journalism, Robert Koler, Pre-Med, Helen Johnson, Liberal Arts, the late Peter Howard, Law, and Edith Onthank, Architec- ture and Allied Arts. Spring term other top ranking seniors wer chosen for Phi Beta Kappa. ANSON B. CORNELL, Athletic Manager Peter Howard Helen John n Robert Koler . Thelma Nelson Edith Onthank Marge Robinson thletic Board WORKING WITH ANSON B. CORNELL, ath- letic manager, the Athletic Board directs and arranges all University of Oregon athletic events. The Board, made up of faculty and student members, dealt this year with a drastically cut athletic program, and concentrated on maintaining its excellent financial stand- ing for use in an extended post-War program. Chairman of the board was Dr. Eugene M. Pallett, while members included Nancy Ames, Harry Skerry, Edwin Allen, and Deans Virgil D. Earl, James H. Gilbert, Orlando Hollis, and Ralph W. Leighton. 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March- ing khaki unifonns and the barking "Harch! Hut! Hut!" have become as familiar as the 'tin pants' and 'ducks' of former years. Hard-working members of the two divisions of the Army Special Training Unit, foreign area and language and basic engineering include college graduates, successful business men, prominent educators, and men who qualified with high-school education. Some had acquired Ph. D.'s at large eastern Universities, before stepping into the routine of rigorous ASTU schedules. Under the strict military discipline and orders of the day emanating from the headquarters of Major W. S. Averill, who heads Oregon's ASTU program, the soldier-students receive four hours weekly tactical instructions and an hour of close order drill. The men of Iohn Straub hall often carry 24 hours of academic subjects, plus an additional eleven in military and physical education. The ASTU work begins at 8 a. m., and taps are blown at 10:30 p. m. Academic schedules are similar to those of civilian students and are fol- lowed by approximately 27 sections. The training program is part of a na- tion-wide system put into effect recently by the government. Through the army, the war department contracted with the University for housing, food, instruc- tion, and a physical education program. Following three terms of twelve weeks each, some will receive advanced training at other schools or will be further classified, according to examination results. The slide rule and an educated tongue are to play increasingly important parts in the final allied victory and postwar plans. ' ASTU OFFICERS. FRONT ROW: Major C. C. Woodbury, Captain D. Ronnow, Captain F. W. Beckman, Captain J Harkins, Captain W. Patterson, Major W. S. Averill. SECOND ROVV: Lt. J. C. Sisson, Lt. T. Swanton, Lt. D. H. Near, Lt. V. F. Manson, and Lt. john B. Sullivan. ...Q CPT' C .a ,.-pm - - b Ll g ' ' -- E .CH V 1 1 i' ifxx 4' 'I-31 'gi 0 ' ,v ' JSC' cf ' R, . 'rm l ' : 1 11 JU..-,g,f.:L, .. L I J 41.4111-.Q L.. l l f,wf::J.4,.g-. , ,tl -1135. f.,. Q' I 3-Tffl.. .Q?,,,A , I -Winn'-.-1.-,,g.g...:: f.. . ... .,.., V w:ffZ:wJ.f1l"--ixJkff-gilt,- -.. ,. .,,-.,. f .J,ig.3L.JH,..'....Qf v:wgv.g,,..i...7-.. ."f.1'-lfv' 'in y --iw,-flu? :I , l 1 .r 1 4 V I Y l T , r f I l N pan A UUA Pl Sl mu-uv ww m ru mr 1. v ' : FRONT ROW: M. C. Pardue, R. K. Reckewey, H. L. Robinson, W. G. Olson, P. E. Murphy, I. L. Rand, Morris, I. Mrykalo, B. M. Moore. SECOND ROW: R. H. Rath, S. A. Pence, N. A. Rehnquist, S. P. Nebash, B. Radike, K. G. Papke, G. W. Reihmer. THIRD ROW: C. R. Rolls, L. R. Pride, D. Peirce, C. R. Ramsay, R. W. Murray. BACK ROW: L. H. Rechtin, R. L. Nail, M. E. Rice, V. E. Rietmann. 7 CUQA i Pl S2 V Q 1 f1."ff7ffe gg..1,,'-,....,.,, 'I' f. .,z....., .'..,y. V Y, q- , 1',1,,..:l3:,,,f,Qi5,..'.,.,. if-,.r.:'.u :,...y1:.-,, 1 1 - 1 -. - 1 ,ww . I A . 1 I - .... , , . FRONT ROW: M. Sheviak, B. Secord, D. C. Shepherd, W. C. Skutch, D. R. Schaber, M. Sirotta, A. W. Stein, E. T. Schreiner. SECOND ROVV: L. A. Shank, R. C. Schneider, R. M. Smith, A. Selsemeyer, W. H. Sands. W. E. Stem, E H. Shafer, jr., M. Stoker. THIRD ROW: R. D. Stephensen, C. R. Sellers. B. W. Sprinkel, D. Slye, R. O. Stotlar. BACK ROW: C. P. Sippel, G. Sowul, L. D. Sommers, T. E. Stauffer. 246 ASTU BAND plays for first rally of year. CNote: Platoon 2, Section 2, and Platoon 3, II,I,,I,gg,'1fij' Section 1 and 2, were not in existence fall term. ,IfffgqIgI: ..,.-.,,,...-,,,. , , ,..,..,l,.,I. f I .1.,,-:1.-..f,...f,-r--.,- ,.f1"IQQQ,-J..-.. ,I . II ,.aI gn.,-4....J.,1-..v,V, A -4.- I.,lI-I,-. ,,,, ,In I., ..3 .-I.,...- I . I,-,,f...-.',. L,-, , , , ..-f,,'V.-, -' - r.: ,,-'ff-,:-w-',".-','-'- , ,,',.:', . .. V, .ff ..-V,t... ,, 1 .:,. ', I,,Ig5j.--J..-I5,--wg .Iftf V-NY III,--,..'.,,'..,fI. I..,..I--7f,.nI,I'.,I,,-rr..-,I1.I , . , . , f,f.1:-.----r '-V-wfrgvf. II,,.,i...f,.f1.:- '4.H.,.,- www-Vffff-.-f-.V-1. 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Y. .- A 'V V- ,- H3 --1a..5, , Y Y -1 :Aff L, A QE '. V55 ' W , V '-'f' 1 , - . " '-Q.-V' Q,-'I ' , -A ' jfs- L 31. ,QM JE, ' - .' '1.xlLQ f. X ONE, TWO, THREE .... Rugged style of dancing seen on Hayward Field ARMY DUCKS Wade into mud and enemy. . . fthe football season is covered in the Fall Term Sectionj Www New , r . -1 3? 'V HN H H H l lxxgjxiflxlj xl! . l 1 - l 3 w 1. M N Zilla M E VVING OFFICERS. FRONT ROVV: O. C. Lewis, Mevers, SECOND ROW: E. Frets, H. N. Englund, YV. S. Musgrove Clikbarg, Nemerow. and W. I... Rcnshaw. Captazn Charles D Cable commanrlmg o cer of th Army Amr Corus Teclamcal Trammg Command 1 ment was commzsszoned a Fzrst Lzeutenant m Aprzl after hzs gra uatz n tn L6 LS c s 1 School at lVl1arn1 Beach Florula A ter come tune zn iforma he was trans erred to the Seattle Azr De ense wlftere he sulasequentlg became connected wnth the T nical Trammg Communal ln March 7943 he was signed to the B lVleteorolog1cal Sclzool at the Um of VVasl11nUton ln MLW lfze uns sent on detached to estalalzsla the A11 Corps unzt at Oregon Szx weeks he was released om the Waslzzngtcm group and l offimal comnmncler on the Oregon campus He mas motefl to the rank o Capmm m Septemlaer arp Technical Training Command RPS STAFF: Seated, Captain Cable, , Sergeant Martin Good, T! Sgt. R. H. . t Max G Punches Cor ral O Henle . . . , po . y, Sgt. M. M. Smith. T ' A l N MAY, 1943, the 248 air corps cadets arrived on the University of Oregon campus for a year of training in mathematics and physics. The original plan provided that, after their initial training, the cadets would be sent to other institutions and eventually receive commissions as meteorologists. To this end, the pre-meteorologists were selected on a basis of their records of excellence in high school math and physics. A majority of the airmen came to Oregon directly from high school. A change in the original plans was made when the army de- cided that it had sufficient meteorology officers. The group was reclassified as aviation engineers, communication cadets. Because of the high degree of satis- faction expressed by the training command with Oregon's facilities, it was de- cided to leave the group on the campus. The cadets could then complete the courses which would be essential in the other fields to which they would be assigned. All air corps men are working for eventual commissions. The routine followed by the air cadets consisted of a stiff schedule of classes, supervised study, military drill, and physical training. . Scholastic success of the program was revealed in the excellent showing made both in the Uni- versity examinations and the national examinations sent out by the University Meteorological Committee of Chicago. Air force inspectors viewing the de- tachment were greatly pleased by the facilities of the University of Oregon- physical, academic and administrative. The detachment was housed under one roof, Hendricks Hall and Mary Spil-A ler annex. Commanding officer was Charles D. Cable, Captain, Air Corps. Second Lieutenant Max C. Punches served as adjutant and physical trainer. Technical Sergeant Robert H. Page, Staff Sergeant Marvin Smith, Sergeant Martin Cood, and Corporal Orville Henley assisted in administration of the detachment. 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' - .,g,. -LAN - To portray a college year without a large section devoted to "Home Fires" would he overlooking one of the most important aspects of student life at the University, for it is around the hearth of the living organizations of the campus that the longest and deepest friendships of college are formedg it is within the walls of these stately homes that practical experience is gained in living with other people, governing one's actions to harmonize with the group, and more, to get that intangible spirit of a "Home Away from Home" .... And so, the 1944 OREGANA presents the Living Organization Section, "Home Fires." -.Af - n. YP! is . , rum, An evening gathering at the ADPis. 281 ll ll Men Houses Kept Home Fires nd Traditions Alive The Tri-Delt house on the ,an - M' 'F' 'J Xin ,y,,fVx q-V -- . - , .v..f laik'-' .ax-'V A r -V ' 1 'A A .1 r M 3' X w- .M-'w ' . 1 f - , .-1 f , 4 , . , f- 1 J'-., 3, 5, , , .q ,tn bus' ' - -1- -.17 .f , 'V .. -4. aj: . wif. N453 " .23 .' 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Q2 af' H Ng Ms X13 s .L 3? u- i J -4 5' House Dances come hut once a term, and the girls make the most of the oc- casion. The necessary male element this year was predominantly khaki, hut elaho- rate decorations and ever-present campus romance allied them closely to the "good old days". Above, The AOPi house went formal for the eveningg right, Phis and dates line up for "chow", helow, 1 Hou e Dance ,, M. fa, .Vg vin. 1 W W 1 x.mf,.M d..mg.ef ' .,u Q ,- 'Q N. :JJ-Ay Punch was dispensed at the Alpha Cams' dance. q. s"'17"D Q :arg '25 - 4? Z' in-gl lofi' ,. I- 1 g ' gf I 4 Ars .QA as -a- "i' A 3 I Q., i PRESIDENT Mary Jane Dunn. Head of Houses HE OLD SAYING-"lt's a woman's world"-which has been part ol: campus jargon for nearly two years has added meaning this year for members of Heads of Houses. Twenty-six women students form the only governing body of living organizations on the campus this year. Mary jane Dunn, who climaxes her senior year in the position of president, has guided the group into war work by preparing gifts for the hospital at Camp Adair. Outstanding faculty members addressed the group during winter term on professional war work for University women. 'FP' -Q-v A l - Bentley Dunn Hoffmaster 'Madden McLeod Rodway Trask Westrum Brown Dussin Fisher Miller Mlurphy Routt Walker Wright Case Granquist Jenkins McBride Riggs Sawyer Webster Yungen Curtis Hill 288 Pan-Hellenic X AN-HELLENIC was this year faced with an un- expected influx of rushees. The organization, com- posed of house presidents and rushing chairmen of all sororities, handled the various problems pertaining to this rushing of the largest number of girls ever to go through rush week at Oregon. PRESIDENT Lora gage, Throughout the year Pan-Hellenic was kept busy coordinating nationals and campus sororities, revising rules to conform with war-time college life, encouraging the sororities in their war work, and giving scholarships. PAN-HELLENIC. FIRST ROW: Peggy Skerry, Mary Iane Dunn, Jean Frideger, Mary McCandless, President Lora Case, Lorraine Davidson, Peggy Magill, Mary Sherman, Irene Iolivette, and Mary VVright. SECOND ROW: Kathryn Dunn, Dawn Trask, Sally Bowerman, Ienelyn Gaston, Sylvia McBride, Dorothy Manville, Alva Granquist, Bemice Granquist, Sue Sawyer. THIRD ROW: Charline Pelly, Betty Butler, Lois Winsley, Sally Twohy, Mary Bentley, Beryl Robertson, Dorothy Routt, and Maribeth Rodway. 5 .sa aw f AMPUS ACTIVITIES of the Independent Student Association were centered around the capabilities of the first woman president, Doris Jones, and Vice- president Jack Cairns. The fall-term project was ac- complished in the completion of an activities file that includes the names of both town and independent or- ganization students. The file was under constant use PRESIDENT Doris jones. by the committee heads, which included Maureen Conk- lin, Activities Chairman, Esther Griffiths, Social Chair- man, Doris Horton, War Work Chainnan, and Pauline Smith, Oflice Secretary. Highlight of the winter term social calendar was the S. A.-soldier mixer. ' l w I. S. A. SENATORS AND OFFICERS. FRONT ROVV: Betty McFayden, junior Representative, Alice Buckingham, Freshman Rep resentative, Jack Cairns, Vice-President, Esther Griffiths, Sophomore Representative, Doris Jones, President, Hildegard Roselund, Pat Lillie, and Andy Montgomery. SECOND ROW: Phyllis Lloyd, Barbara Fossen, Evelyn Woodworth, Beth Lawrence, Grace Simp- son, Dorothy Maddox, and Rollin Wood. THIRD ROW: Alyce Pepion, Pat Spencer, Marjorie Shearn, Norma Aalvik, Pauline Smith, Oswald Jensen, and Bob Hill. 1 3 I Virginia. Travis- Virginia Valentine Catherine Watkins Dorotha Wilson J' B Gwendolyn Pearson Ruth Pricer Phyllis Richardson Valerie Strahl Bette Tharp J U N IO RS Jean Schroeder Marvene Westrum SO PHO M0 R ES Gertrude Johnson Barbara Randolph Anne Van Valzah FR ESH M E N Patsy Avenell Audrey Benge Jean Braden 'Virginia Brunell Margaret Chimienti Beverly Davis Betty Donsted Nora Dwyer . Bonnie Dee Ewing Roberta Barth Marilyn Johnson Dorothy Kapps Colleen Keating Johnette King Jeanne Krebs Shirley MacKenzie Pat Mitchell Jacqueline Morris Patricia O'Harra. E.:-,ion ,.. BQ. Y , ?"'.,Ejy, .Lf I B Ea- n-,,. . I 6 1 J- 'C ..35,,,-L .M qv . .-,1u- V V,-w,,,: - ,1-i.-.4 ,,,,,, .. , '.EA..:., ,mg-24 ff-l.lf','f:' Q ,,.-- A-"' i ,,v,,.- eSmnn XN Nlaf' we - UWT ,xi V999 i if. fn: I 3. E S U l t 4 1 t I ld r Lod e LDER LODGE" reads the new nameplate over the former Fiji door knocker. The Fiji house as turned feminine for the duration. Numbering only E ne "old" student in its thirty-nine members, Alder Lodge as nevertheless entered directly into the swing of cam- us activities. Red Cross, YWCA, and the Emerald are he chief interests. From Alder Lodge these activities aa ABOVE: Chaos! 1 . h , . . . h aim t ree Nurses Aides, six members in t e YWCA, BELOW: just a jivin, and Connivinx nd five girls on the Emerald staff. The Oregana, Band, ntramural sports, and the drama group are also repre- ented here. ff,-...ui H ' . ali ,v 4-5 . . :'5:'5.'5lii" .251 F --Cie. ,. :i',.,.f' -1'!?4r ' ,ffr-917' .,J':.f2 ... :ua-,',g 1f::s"JfI"'1 if , X f-g2?"1iflT.,": E--- ' 'ff' ,B-7-et-i1r'1j:AI gymvl' , ' f f " " amz- -' X K A . .. -L... -f-n -A., ,.,. f-- -L.,-- 7 .N M,-.,,..,1 291 l S E N IO R S Margaret Black Marilyn Campbell Marge Curtis Jean Pimentel Helen Johnson Marie Nichols Charline Pelly Margaret Reyburn Jean Wallace J U N I 0 RS Frances Anderson Barbara Ayer Beatrice Beard Arliss Boone Phyllis Churchman Marcia. Cochran Ruth Kay Collins Regina Garmendia J enelyn Gaston Marjorie Miller J ones Elaine Wilson SOPHOMOR ES Beverly Ayer Barbara Blair Jeanne Briggs Barbara Carter Mary Duffy Delores Hewitt Doris Holland Peggy Keating Helen Maxim Mary McCandless Lois McConkey Palmyra Paladini Shirley Peil Betty Jeanne Ronnlng Pat Wells F R ES H M E N Ruth Bley Louise Brundage Norma Davidson Luana Hollis Charlotte Kaufman LoDell La.mson Betty Ann Layman Janice Seymour Margery Slayter Janet Marugg Patricia Metcalf Lillian Mitchell Marilyn Olson Beverly Paladinl Barbara. Putnam Barbara Tomlinson Marian Walstrom Betty Wilson ""q2K'8'3. . I4' ,- A ffg?-eyfni-azaag ,wk N.. --si , 1. 'E' ...- .Win RQ." ' 4 '-t ,-1 . All ff 131, -' 4.13-gi , ,. ,, . . 4 . jan.. X .Tl :Iain .. J- ,ijt-1123352 V - V , .r H ,, l V Q ---"-:7-F' -.1 J-fglt el- ef : 'f ," .K fe ' Ab! f fBa ...rl 6 CW vxaesxoem wma pha Chl Ume a NTRICATELY woven mto campus hfe the Alpha Chl s rally to all soclal events studles and actlvmes lpha Chl house dances are hrghlv rated Marllyn Camp 11 presrdent of AWS Helen ohnson edrtor of the egana and Marge Curtls Theta Slglna P111 are all embers of Mortar Board Two Phr Ehetas are enelvn aston and Arhss Boone who also hold JOI.11'I13l1StlC po trons on the Oregana and the Emerald Charlene PellS presents the AXOS on the Rally Squad whlle the phomores Clalm Barbara Blarr as the1r class presrdent lpha Chr s Kvvamas are Mary IVlcCandless and Delores A--'-f"""' lie A 1 ' Y 7 7 ' ' , ' 5 I , ' I 9 ' , ' 1 - I 'Y ewitt. . -'CF -.',:szj-32 "Qu,- " I'vI" --':::-:ff I, SL:gf..'5,.: -..,.r..ff:1- ' -4.--'-.I-'Pug-. . ins- - , ,,,.::cS-2':7':v Y . rv-rar? '-13-4 -J E half' sss 1' sslr 4 g,, grsg?rsme1r35 , l ll lllll' I. ABOVE: A sewing machine is a welcome addition to any room BELOW: It's known as the bed-time hour. J A , . ri' 3. .QU iii rg- T?- 293 ,pn Sv Jacqueline McKenzie Betty Rose Anne Scripter Barbara Stephens Evelyn Stephens Margorxe Thomason Doris Trask Anna Dean Weigand Charlotte Wicke G RADUATE Dorothy Gullette SEN IO RS Madelle Christopherson Jean Gallo h Marjorie Major Goodwin Genevieve Graves Lois Hoffman Jane Kalina Beverly Padgham Janet Ross Dawn Trask J U N IO R S Marty Beard Barbara Bentley Lois Clause Lorraine Davidson Betty Davis, Roberta Edwards Florence Hamilton Gladys Nahigan Fay Rice Mary Stanley Betty Ann Stevens Carol Wioke SOP HOMORES Doris Chapler J ean Hall Jeanne Harris B'etty Lee Humphreys Betty Jean Johnson Laura Kimball Amy Pruden Dorothy Rogers Connie Walters Dorothy Weygandt Lois Winsley FR ESH M E N Margaret Ball Phyllis Donovan 'Yvonne Edwards Betty Emery Carmen Green Ruth Hansen J eanne Howard Marjorie Johnson Betty Lambert ' alia.. , ar- "' wa- Q- 'T Fx if 'ln '. , ..- D gag..- tq .K VT' s. Q...-s. -wp- ai , Y as V Y E-5 li H ,, ,u,-3' A ,Q 5 " ""' aw 12 ,: si E mesa , -W, 1- M HK-- n 'Ir ,Zi-3 'Ji 5 ,xg ftfdi ll 1: LIE sk pawn Tw . TQ ,I i YYKESXDE :7?"! i5?T1-:, ,. . jf Alpha Delta Pi NERGY AND ACTIVITIES seem to go together in the husy ADPi house. Heading the list are two Mortar Board members, Marjorie Major, Emerald Editor, and Beverly Padgham, YWCA Prexy. Lorraine David- son, Vice-President of Panhellenic, Genevieve Graves, Mu Phi Prexyg Lois Clause, President of VVestminister House, and Carol Wieke, Red Cross Chairman, all hold important campus positions. ADPi is also represented in Phi Theta Upsilon, Kwama, Phi Beta, Phi Chi Theta, Gamma Alpha Chi, Theta Sigma Phi, Pot and Quill, and I-lui-O-Kamaaina. gf--1'-mth X--gy-TQ' .. X -: .again 33. -,-:ji .vp-.,,.,---V --Q -N555 if rid ,,.,.a-1 ABOVE: ADPi den is a cheery place BELOVV: Something is missing-where's the Oregon pennant? ir' A-if 'xi Y iff i 1163- afffifiilii-T-Fr ,,,.,fa1:'3 i . -rf-'fEffif?vfi:7'f,-I asv' ire:-j"',, .aj . 'rite SLP' A .azgz-s:5:5gi,2f53f:k:-9" -+531-.qig,Qi :liste ?.:'I3frm '15 fix.. 295 3 ,gp i ,Ar Y? 63' '55 '52 Bobbie Toncray Betty Towe Leona Weber i v Pat Mahany Marie Medley Ann Potter K Maryan Howard Margaret Hughes Shirley Keck Rosezana Latta Jean Lawrence Betty Jean Thompson SEN IORS Gail Edinger Elizabeth Eid B'etty Peterson Betty Lee Stuart Phyllis Taylor J U N IORS Shirley McLeod Thomasine Rundell Yvonne Umphlette SOPHOMOR ES Rose Marie Boyd Nancy Brownell Betty Chatburn Mickie Donovan Marjorie Earl Vera Fair Doris Fassett Elizabeth Johnson Irene Jolivette Marion Saltness Joan S. Tlner Pattie Clare Wilkins Nora Wilton Annamae Winship FR ESH M E N Bettie Clayton Louise Fletcher I.. , - J.: no . -.,...r T 4--r' Q. 'fi -Ji ' .W-B., E h -fs - .f .fi 4 -. 'vz-, .- is .. mf--'H .5 ""'f3,11. . , -v- N I -., wr 'x 'qv-s'.3'-' QR rr f. u. ' ,amllll," l. 'zz wa JP' if ll MCXJCOA YYXQSKDENT ,V rt ."f.'Jv Q1 fl? ','-' Alpha Gamma Delta P1OlVI'Tl-IE TOWER of the Alpha Cam castle come the winners of the 1943 All Campus Sing. Prom- inent among campus musicians, Phyllis Taylor holds the office of Vice President of both Mu Phi Epsilon and Phi Beta. Among the several members of Phi Chi Theta is President Elizabeth Eid. Besides being a member of Phi Theta Upsilon, finance-minded Yvonne Umphlette is treasurer of the Junior Class, her house, and the YWCA. Among the many journalists is Nancy Brownell Managing Editor of the Oregana, member of Kwama, and Vice President of the Sophomore Class. ut Q' Q f 0 fx l - E , ..,,i5.E.. lll atsisalit ABOVE: It takes co-operation, but they seem to have a system BELOXV: Lots of enthusiasm in a good game of "Slap". l I 297 5 Mary Lee Elliott Dona. Fish Lloyd Goldsborough Nancy Henton Nadyne Neet Barbara Radmore Grace Simpson 1,- 12:4 SENIORS Barbara Lamb Maxine Martin Betty Perry Marion Olson Muriel Olson Marjorie Ott Beryl Robertson Maribeth Rodway Lelia Telfer Yvonne Torgler Arlene Williams Donna Williams June Marie Wilson JU N IORS Jean Car-kin Connie Fullmer Marian Gephart Jean Mellies SOPHOMORES Alison Aya Mary Jean Hurd Kay Lloyd Doris Loennig Lanora Newall Altha Paul Esther Quier Martha Tapp Louise Uhls FRESH M EN Edith Allen Eleanor Anderson Deborah Belknap Vlfyona Borgen QNJ . ...- Tqb - wwf.,- "1"-91- l .., Q ul" - K l 'L-rr.: 'Q .. - ' ' L-' 'wg- - 1 .asv-si' 'abn- . ll .N A r we ' "tm . r - . :I .- , , :Ji . -w.C-,.----47 W- .::,, .,1,......., cz... ..r.t,3.,a,--,, . H.-s: ---- -, 15-,f-1' ,fur ,fp L. ,a.,..:.: ,..,1lit- t..gE?1a-. - -1,- -,bfsh .. ,L-HL-:L WF' 1 YKOAWQY Riggs ,Y Mmbeth ?p,esioBN 'ii-ri .jgegf ailffi-9' 3.4,-,J f.G,,f' lpha Umicron Pi El-HND THE CREEN Sl'lUhlH-l-ERS of their white colonial house, the Alpha O's maintain a steady flow f friendliness and campus spirit. Highest among sorori- ies scholastically, the Alpha O's are activity-minded also, with Barbara Lamb, Senior Class president, Esther Quier, ophomore Class treasurer, Connie Fulhner, Phi Theta psilon, Altha Paul, Kwama, and Iune-hflarie Wilsoii nd jean Alice Carkin, Phi Betas. The Alpha O's have embers in Theta Sigma Phi, Gamma Alpha Chi. Phi eta Kappa, and Mu Phi Epsilon. VVar Board activities, vith Yvonne Torgler as chairman of the Service Scholar- hip fund, also keep them busy. ABOVE: Serenity seems to be prevailing in this Alpha O room. BELOW: What would we do without the perennial card game? iQ ww 4791? ffl 'A 1v.' -gt-Jfmff-'E' . Qual-qc' , .. ., af, ,.4.,,wl1,zf-.'g' '-' 7 ,J-3:3-r - .6 ad, 1.13513-:5?1,fI"z',.. . - Q .. ,vs .c1riP-il?-mt ,gg . , -i:f.13:-fv-"W -af., -f--..-445 434' if ,' - I ' '11 ,jf-5 12 .nfisgj i 1,65 . 299 fx Ihr Jean Walters Sue Welch Carolyn Wells 'S' -'K wx Pat Bette Manners Annabelle McArthur Mary Jane McClelland .T anice,N'oonan Betty Sailor S E ry I 0 RS J ulxe Carpenter Kathryn J enkms J U N I0 RS Catherine Ross Mary Ross Carol Smith Jean Taylor SO P H 0 M O R ES Virginia Bradford Jean Brice Dorothy Bruhn Betty Clark Helen Crawford Helen Diersh Charlotte Guthrie Dorothy Hayes Dorothy Hopping Josephine Kasmeyer Adrienne Moffat Dorothy Pryor Marie Louise Sutton Phyllis Wisting FR ES H M E N Jean Bauer Beverly Carroll Eileen Casey Margaret Faubion Nancy Gloor Virginia Hayes Miriam Hoover Mary Landry Roseann Leckie r icia Maloney sf-:fiat ri 1-2. --. - if . lv 1-. .:i,- . far.-. .-.,-5. -1' 'I-:55.--, . '-"assi-:C ve. . as ik therine Sedo 2 A RQSXDEN1 ,girl '-Tii:ifIk.5if ' 113511-V Alpha Phi NE HOUSE on the campus unaffected by the cur- rent gasoline shortage is the attractive Alpha Phi house on the millrace, which boasts nine bicycles. That the Alpha Phis are outstanding in campus activities is shown by their activity girl roster, which includes: Kath- ryn Ienkins, Junior Weekend Princess, lean Taylor, Phi Theta Upsilon and Secretary of the Junior Class: Patti Van I-loosear, Kwama and Amphibiang and Adrienne Moffat, Amphibian. To cooperate in the campus war activities, the Alpha Phis also devote much of their time to bandage rolling, knitting, and Nurses Aid work. -..-I 4g-E'lfZ-f55E:?,:efTTZ.7r:a- , 1,,1fA-rirtrgmfxzf-Zaeggua-'M . . , -lv -'f Vg, 41,1-Q 1 x C rw H, 1,5 ABOVE: Who's next in line for the mirror? BELOW: Phi hospitality and the Christmas spirit make a good com bination. - ,lin ,, u... f 3. -lam." . , ai .,,j:i.g'.+"'.N ' .,1 gf52Z,'lQ?ir5'2f ,,gQ':L"", iiggaifw use af-3325+ Z?-, . -4414 3:41 vii- ,J-H2-QNY22199' , 1 'vi f -4- f . '.,b1r.:fa'-aw:b-"- '- -f:'l...'1T'w,..,fmf 4if..pf"" - -v. 301 Vt- L ,, 3 I-,. .glybr Jean Johnson Evelyn Missoff Gloria Stanton Virginia Tomkins Evelyn Rude F R ESH M E N Cha.:-leen Browne Julia. Evonuk G RADUATES Sylvia McBr1de J U NIORS Ruth Van Buskxrk Joan Van Doren Lols Whealy Betty Ann Whlte SOPHOMOR ES Dolly Manvllle Margaret McGee Frances Raven .?v?S5 'M'-'l J G New 1-. . M0363 N12 N1 99 YYXESXUE 'W ENTRALLY LOCATED on the lively corner of Thirteenth and Alder, the Alpha Xi Deltas spread their energy and enthusiasm to all phases of campus life. The wearers of the quill are led socially and academically by Sylvia McBride. The popcorn sweater of Phi Theta Upsilon is worn by Ruth Van Buskirk, vice-president of the junior class and member of Phi Beta. Charleen Browne is Amphibian reporter, and Margaret McGee, a member of Sigma Delta Pi. Alpha Xis work on war drives, YWCA and Oregana and Emerald staffs. T few i , 4-7 ABOVE: Alpha Xi's show how to relax-cutting paper dolls is always good. ' BELOW: Looks like springtime in the Rockies, but it's the fall term house dance. 2.--'ff ii -, r. 1 V in' J il 5 , Q45 fa ,,fa?T- 5-3: 4?-',fr'?'c"'e TI 'jim' ,.-ev' fs:-:vw-'rrgsgt' fr, N,--rr., f ,Q fx, 5,1 -, .-1:4-,yr 7 :L f:.':fw-1-3.,f'.. .,..--,g."'l'IS"'-ag.r,A . XS, ,Q-4.-,-"" j-' vw- g.,,.f"'t...--"F ,:?,,:Q-- ' " 2 c12?iff , ,fa a. .,, - fa lift' - .zum-ara' mllw W sm 'nn Bernlce Setere Yvonne Smxth Barbara Smythe Bxllie Stewart Betty Strauss Margaret Thompson Harrlet Tozxer Janice Tucker SOPHOMORES Virginia Dussin Jean McDonald FRESH M EN Sally Barr Barbara Blllick Dolores Brown Patty Burrxs Vlrglnla Cabe Lxlllan Cooper Jane Corkran Mary DeGra.ce Betty Demas Georgla Dussin Elsxe Finn Betty French Dorothy Gibson Jean Glrts Vlrglma Glover Edith Goldstein Dorothy Herman Wnlma John Nmon King Margaret Lavin Ardyce Mast Lols McDonald Peggy Page Dora Powers Mary Patton Wanda Lue Payne Lols Roeder Dons Saltveit Joyce Utz .-., s-5: Qt.. 'Tiffin , Av . it H ' f al in J 1 QQ Y 1 -.1 , w " , -" , -J 'Q Q - A-MM, ' .1-" ,dl -. ...K-. Wm-. " . .fu 43: L E,,- U Du-gsm!! T ' 3 1 GSO! gl 3 YBESXDEN itch Lod e IRCH LODGE distinguishes itself by being the only all-freshman dormitory on the campus. Georgia Dussin is president of the lodge, which was previously the Delta Tau Delta fraternity. Yvonne Smith is active 'n war Work, and Betty French is an Oregana staff worker. Under the leadership of Dorothy Herman, vol- ey ball captain and coach, the girls have entered suc- essful house teams for various sports. Birch Lodge is the first house to be composed completely of freshmen: nd its members have succeeded in creating a vital and riendly house spirit. ABOVE: It's all typical except for polishing the shoes. BELOW: Let's make it something soft and sentimental -:' Lf: Tl Q31 - 'gn fl J'. Q It IN. Fu ASSE' 55 It 165 Margaret Murphy Jane Nunamaker Marjorie Paul Betty Short Patricia Smart Shirley Stranahan Myrl Sykes Joan Windolph S E N I O R Lorrame Peterson J U N I0 R Nuvere Cartozxan Marjone Connett Patrlcxa Elllott Edna Fisher Jeanne Fitzgerald Ehzabeth Mentzer OIIVB Morton Jane Smlth S0 P H O M 0 R E S Margaret Coucher Alyce Deerson Nevena Delloff Bernice Gray Marcella Johnson Mary Franc es Landram Mary McCl1ntic Marjorie McPherson Glorxa. Schiewe Jeannette Tucker Carolyn Wxthycombe F R E SH M E N Pat Bashaw Jacovie B'oklan Kathleen DeBuhr Alice Druskln Jo Harestad Beverly Hople Ellzabeth Howes Patrxcza Lillie Dorothy Maddox Jean Mognett ik- "-'S ,, RE. ,LTV .."- ',wg,1, :A-A E 5.11 , , .-EL,-Li-. gg, ..5,t,,.fu- ..,.. .15-fs-4 -5 if .'- ,.-- ei-'Qie-wh 5325513 ..1,:.gJ7f??mp3.,m. . -.. 1.3 --. -ga. -'. s. 515 tag, .sit 5 Pasha' SXDEN1 E na 'ix'-?',-Qzf ,-. -53-' it-rs .- " ' .,,A-7 5' Zi? Ca a Blanca Lodge ASA BLANCA LODGE derived its name from the Spanish, "casa" meaning "house" and "bianca", white. The house 'was formerly the home of the lively ATO's, and its feminine occupants have carried on the tradition of fun. For a time Casa Blanca Lodge sheltered l"Benny the Beaver", mascot captured from Oregon State. Casa Blanca girls have also distinguished themselves in campus activities. Edna Fisher represents the group in Phi Beta, and Elizabeth Mentzer, in the Spanish honor- ary. Pat Lillie is active on the YWCA Freshman Com- mission, Iean Fitzgerald is an Amphibian, and many girls have worked on the Emerald. . 1.-,,,. agen-s ,'.:.y,'.rQ.y, .,,. '-are a.,..g-- --X, . ABOVE: "Let's all sing like the birdies BELOW: Every night about this time . i sl --,fl '52 1310-1 f I Y E f , ', 1- - if li gig: ,:,-.-- fi ' 0?,f1f,,r 1 it ,,,- , , rf iv , r dpi?-:xslt if V-af -is--'--'If L,mfGr-,..Jz.g'-T V -"s-'ddgigik-F' -S N' -., is , . '75 "fx ci V ' 'tg ef 1 1 1 . I.p1q 4, I I ' I LI 3 . se- Z . I 3 12" C' au. SENIORS Suzanne Deverell Beryl Innes Dorothy Roome Dorothy Rcxutt Beth Rowan 15 Josenhine Ward J U N IORS Maudlowise Brannely Joan Dolph Kathryn Dunn Doone Eccles June Hitchcock "' Bette Hoge Patricia Howe Carolyn McKinley Janet Settle SOPHOMOR ES Coleen Barclay ' ' 'TT l , , 5 "-Z5-E Bette Lee Barnes Virginia Beattie Barbara Blasingame Betty Boyle . . A-' Beverly Jean Cameron 'Z Janice Crabtree Patricia Darby Lois Evans -3 as.. ff' ' 'Y"' '4 Janet Fitzmaurice Dorothy Fleming gm ,,. Virginia Guisness Virginia Hesse Marilyn Holden Mary Ingle June Johnson Betty Anne Jones ' 'f I 'y 5 . it " s Eff ' . A ,, . . I , ,I x , I 1 ,,, - i rc- 'fl ' Il-m ' l ' 'S ' A fl Patricia Jones ' I 11 . 5, -A I I ' ,- 2 , Sarajane Kendrick I 55 .s Q ' 73 3' 1 .E 3- . X 5- , V W ' 'CI 3. I ' Jean Kirkwood I 'Q II IM, I I Q A. is - ' gatsy Klzglre II , Q7 I Q - ef f 1 . - 1 ar mara ore N -' , I, I Q - A 12535 .- ' ' Marjorie Leask e i, -:Q II ij - I , . ' '- egg, - V ' ,, Virginia Link 1 ' ' I - i "' X ' " 1 , pf' , Phyllis Miller , . II II ,I III? II, . V I ,- tv Q12-5 I " ' ' ' T " I '-:rf --- "' e ' gf I is M., r I 'N E I ' . 'Sv ' ' , V Reba. Nickson - c 5 f -J se S t f i i it 5 I 1i?31tPa2'Sf't V I ' f .N f II J 1 ,I 1 4 j f y is oac K JP 6 5- ,Q ff, 'F' 7 1, ' I fl " ' T Jean Rogers ., W, I N, 1 , - ' . I Q.. I Dorothy Sheilherd FE A Q i " V '7 5 I . I ji! ' -Q" 49 ' Catherine Stewart . t ,.. , AI 5: ' II .HI ' I'I Virginia Steele I .- IIA, I, YL' ' I II I ,I 7 ,f Elaine Taylor e -Y-R ' N ' - ' x , l ,qs at It ,II XI X t J J J A T rp ' . ,gm 'B if, f-'V ai J ff , 1 :ig s e , ui it 1' , Q -. ' - ' L l ' , ., 'A , F A W ' . i FRESHMEN - A ' rm .K I ', ,, I e W k "' -- ' glarcilaq Dickson 'I ,IIJI I I 3 I 1 I AI II I. ig, II V , 1 K-rgjgf 5I.,I I , I erri oyer , 'J 'FE' " M Q .5 P .N - '1-2 1 A We . 4' ,' , W- Patti Foyer I . I fa- X -- - ff ' I Q.. II I - L' ?3ucIeHziIImiltoi1I Id IL ' H Ig' - It ., - Q, 'I 'I Q- e ty ouse o er i, I . ' I I 1 .I 'i ' 2, , v I 2 Carolyn Jacobs Jfgr - 4 ' Y' . ' gig 1' 4 ,gf Ig Joene Johnson ,gig-'S' 5 ' K ' " , I 't y'-'.' A21 1 Charlotte Johnston y,,-1 , I X I II I.,.. E I II I , - ill. . ' .. 'M' ' 'E-'l " ' Dorothy Koster , I i , 3 e g feet X II, Alla Loomis , I 'gn Q. v I G- , R t F9 5' -f-Q virginia. Murphy I -, X 5 ' -I - I 5-II 1 ' - M II .1lIeariIOyier0IiS I Q' ff ' ' ig- 1- ' 'Q' 'I hy is er ins 1 ' " ' 5- . J I ' Martha. Sawyer l I ag Igq, 4 ' . f WI. ia- I ' ,I Margery Skordahl . J ' 5 ' ' - ' .I I 1 II Il I IIIIIiI I .. I ' ' fl 308 - '....'2' . - . r -.- V '----- 'Jiri ' "f:r.z Y V :rc I ..1 ' ' , V ' QQ-w F' 'f:?j ' .V :fy-.IDI 1 wiv-,I 'fis qi., . . . -W.. ,I va-SI'-,xt , ,NI , ff' LQ.. if' l gout: 4 UENT Domtbil YVXESX ifiii 'tif i Mil' ,Aff fi ,.,. n.,, 3 .. -33.2" Chi Ume a RADITIONALLY PROMINENT in campus af- fairs, the Chi Omegas have this year kept up their participation in activities. House President Dorothy Routt is secretary of the Senior Class. Ioan Dolph, as- sociate editor of the Oregana and business manager of Piggers' Guide, is named in Who's Who of American Colleges. june Hitchcock, another outstanding activity woman, is assistant managing editor of the Oregana. Kathie Dunn and Joan Dolph are Phi Thetas. Iune Iohnson and Marilyn Holden represent the sophomore class as Kwamas and Doone Eccles is secretary of WAA. i . ABOVE: Proving that life can be beautiful without their men. BELOW: Chi O freshmen make the most of the ten-minute break from study table. Tiff ' 309 ai SE N I0 RS Patricia Bowers Mary Jane Dunn Jean Frideger Nancy Anne Hallock Billie Lawrence Margaret Zimmerman J U N I 0 R S Marilyn Beard Betty Childs Jacqueline Esenman Jean Fitz Gerald Mary Ellen Foland Irene Gresham Flora Kibler Katherine Korn Zoe Littlefield Marilyn Miller Lynn Ortman Mary Lee Steel S0 P H 0 M O R ES J ill Ames Barbara Bealer Dorothy Boller Signe Ecklund Dorothy Frideger Ruby Florey Lois Giberson Jean Gilkeson Peggy Heitschmidt Joan Hart Kay Hitchcock Phyllis Korn Dolores Lassen Gloria Newall Phvlhs Reinbrecht Martha South Betty Lu Siegman Barbara Taylor Shirlev Tavlor F R ES H M E N M'xrJorie Allmgham Lvnn Baker Frances Bennet Gloria Cartozian Isabel DeRose Barbara Downey Marv Fitz Gerald Marjorie Ferguson Florence Hintzen Jane Kern Phyllis Lehman Mary Minor ercival WileY illiams AN. s-. ith. -. J A+... m... YQ T 1 . . . '- , .-J" "'i1,,,.. . E ,nr ' ' 'W " ' fi: .- 'TIE' , 1 . "tb-- "If1i'qj., . ' w f'f'?':i'igQ.H:'f:ii:3ib,g. . :ZF-f L1 een-Fr f :Q--5 .-'QL-17,2 15, - . ' - .5 1 lane Dunn . Q . sf veesxoim Mai .vi ,cv 3 ' - ,ff Delta Delta Delta HE WEARERS of the stars and crescent, led by Mary Jane Dunn added important war work this year to their ever Oroviing roster of campus activities. ean Frrdeger a member of Panhellenic, was chairman of the War Board and Mary jane Dunn served as Cam- pus Flre Warden as well as president of Heads of houses. The yellow sweaters of Phi Theta Upsilon were worn by ean Fitzgerald and Flora Kibler, an Oregana staff member Kwama S10ne Eklund, also a Phi Beta, and Betty Lu Sleoman publicity ccrchairman of the Campus War Board and a member of lVlademoiselle's College Board helped account for Tri-Delt progressiveness. 421' I Y I , V D I , 7 .. ' o 5 r 7 J ..tr,5'l, TI -rv-..53fl'Q,?j12N , -.s,.,-7..- -- .1.--s f-bE,eqf' f"..."' ' j:2":F , - " ABOVE: The famous pine-cone wallpaper, and mass concentration BELOW: She'll probably get a better hand next time. .-5 -1 If YS ,J pal ff! x SEN IORS Elizabeth Edmunds Sally Fletcher Marguerite Magill Enid Moor J UN IORS Marianne Fletcher Phyllis Horstman Ardis Jensen Yvonna Prather Susan Stater Barbara Younger SO P H O M O R ES Rosemary Alb er Carole Claiborne Shirley Cowan Mary Margaret Ellsworth Janice Hough Eliza Ann Houston Virginia Howard Helen Johns Marguerite Losli Barbara Lucas Gloria Malloy Phyllis Miller Jean Murray Cecile Noren Maryann Scearce Catherine Shea Mary Sherman Dorriss Weinberg Helen VVilheln1 FRESH M EN Martha Bucknell Natalie Cartier Mary Dixon ' Janet Field Marilyn Glen Shirley Gray Katharyn Hinshaw Jacqueline 'Kenfield Beatrice King Francis Maier Jo-Anne Macready X Ann McGillicuddy Kathleen Sharp 'Ch Marilyn Whitman 'urn s-,r .. . --L WM- ., 4 M.. 5 ,rf "Lil-5' V N277 1 -.,: . ' VAL. --"ef - , "T,-QQ.--. . ,vi -..-T 1 - --apfp1s1"'.,.-':1."f gf 1.2 T: "". Q, ,- , Mk ...,, ,Y ,.--6.1:-A-f---f --.-..-4iz+., 1 ' ... -mth ' XX' Magix E N1 Yegad Delta Gamma UTSTANDING in war work are- the Delta Gam- mas, with three members on the Campus War' Board. The girls from the white-pillared colonial man- sion are also leaders in other campus endeavors. Eliza- beth Edmunds is a Mortar Board member, business man- ager of the Emerald, and president of Gamma Alpha Chig while Phyllis I-lorstman serves as junior representative - N ' , A - ABOVE: Maybe a little music would help. Oli the Executlvefdouncll arid AWS tmasul-Pr' Honor BELOVV: It may he Halloween, but they still have study table. anes represented include Phi Beta Kappa, Phi Theta Up- silon, Kwama, Phi Beta, and Gamma Alpha Chi. Peggy Magill leads this active house. A -film "' 'iw 5-.1-at if f TT 73 Ay' ,.l-:G9'fi:l?5 F: J ir? ,ffffffqa-1-3 -' "1 ' -.e.-.Ti-4 'let -- V ' me-' -rv-f' -. . L ' 1 "P ,ff-J .4-sp ,r4-:.a- ,f 4,15 1-. zu 3,jc.-,,:v.,yQe.Rij 313 X. Judith Walker Donna Washburn Charlotte Preble Marilyn Rowling Benadine Thomas Janet Thompson SEN IORS Shirley Casebeer Harriet Henderson Susan I-Iuffaker Shirley Huntington Eleanor Jones Roslynn Terry Mary Wright J U N IORS Anita Fernandez Jeanna Gray Gaynor Thompson SOPHOMOR ES Peggy Allison Betty Bennett Betty Lou Butler Maxine Cady Barbara. Erb Louise Goodwin Martha Harrold Gene McPherson Ruth Munro Joyce Rowe Nancy Schrneer Bibbits Strong Kathryn Terjeson Connie Wilson Virginia Wright F' R ESH M E N Roberta. Bowman Ann Brown Lois Coleman Mary Decker Marge Eimer Jocelyn Fancher Gloria Fick Elizabeth Gilmore Sharlee Heimann Beverly Hopkins Joan Patterson , -o. " '-'-.gm Norma Wilder S-r Gx 4 'fl' . x n Q Y... f.,,.s 1-x l if 09" W tight.. ww YQESYDENT 4355 ,rv 1 u fzfitzsff-ff FQ? Gamma Phi Beta ELIEVING THAT VVAB WORK is the "thing" this year and every year until the boys come back, the Gamma Phis are proud of Bibbitss Strong, cofchaire- man of the War Boardg Sally Spiess, director of the Bed Cross bandage-rolling center, and of placing Hrst in the tin can salvage drive. President hilary Vlfright was junior week-end princess, Spring '43, and her name is listed in VVho's Who. Shir- ley 'Squirrelu Huntington topped off her senior year by emceeing the Coed Capers. Virginia Wright, Kwama, is sophomore representative on the executive council. .. Mr-:5:3Qf:,J,44: ie :Q . ., fy ,I " , E53 wk- -'- --Mali: i --sf- 57' .nl 'La 'air V ',--- F' t n ,J c l "' 1: r , tai' ' 'i ei i fi iiiiii vu i iii iw iiiie we gli Y. A r if ' 'f'- nf , . - .- Q7-I :nf fl l' ---- 5. I 1 i '. . HL' ,' "' : ," ' 4. . ' f 5 1 fifff--x-F. . ri' 'v',,. . - et 1 'f i " ffiilifv rf ABOVE: Time off from classes for the pause that rejuvenates. BELOW: Gamma Phis place first in cheese cake art display! ,J -I-r . .Y ! I Betsy VVootton Howard is 21 Phi Theta Upsilon. . J'7if"jl fffiggw I J I V 5 , vi ,gm ef-'Cz JS-url ' 5 ,-.-,nr-rr-,,,..f' . .,,. 1 , t ,f , hge. -ri.,:u.,L: .. r 'T ' "-S, ' " if1s:2r.22-fc'-y4v4.4,'g--.-.sq-. ' 4 M4 .2 1 :'5'55rf9'r'J B A . , , . - -A-- .:.,Y -. -V, .-, V, -i..-it 315 Darleen McDaniel Flinor Nelson Virginia Schutz Pat Jean Woodward F R E SH M E N Marilyn Adair Donna Cook Virginia Harris S E N I0 RS Patricia Bartlett Ruth Dozier Beverly Goetz Margaret Harshman Helen Holden Manning Vivian McNamee Dorothy Miller Margaret Murphy Virginia Rilance Marjorie Shearn ' J U N IO R S Barbara Browne Carol Cook Mary Elizabeth Davis Pauline Marchick Shirley Stearns Harriet Ann Talcott M110 Woodward SO P H O M 0 R ES Kathleen Brady Valerie Denny Janet Douglas Pat Eakm Esther Grlfflths Mary Hammer Betty Hartmann Harriette Kempston Gloria Marchi Ex elyn Marshall Ruth Matthews Pat Spencer Helyn Wohler Q- Syn, V!-Q 'ilxli-' 15 3.2166 4EQs..'.' .5117 'Vi 'f 4 ... --..,',, ,.g...L:-1 Mlgj'-. - VW Nyuwhg X1 Nmaefet PYXQSKDEV Ha theme Lad e HIRTY-EIGHT GIRLS have taken over the DU house with enthusiasm and spirit. This group is largely composed of upperclassmen who formerly lived in Hendricks Hall. The girls are in every phase of campus life. Two members of the house, Beverly Goetz and Helen Holden Manning, are members of Mortar Board. Other prominent activity girls are Dorothy Miller, con- tact chainnan of the War Boardg Milo Woodward, presi-Q dent of Amphibiansg Esther Griffiths, Phi Betag Carol Gook, chief night editor of the Emeraldg and Evelyn Marshal, member of the WAA cabinet. -Qu, fi 1 r. 'P'023ffL..- ,ff 15135245 at 4- r i F5 'jimi' gi- e f" 'yi ABOVE: "Give me some men who are stout-hearted men! BELOVV: The development of concentration. ' 5 L 'I fel?" JW fav in X 'Y' L 1 ir? -I-' .'..fLjL1,'f"T.f :I,jF' mFzg::f'E: Q4j,i33'5'if'T? ..,.. ,rd-5-ss.-. a,n... - K ., v., A V- 4, .mc 317 Qfbe gn ag. 1- 6? Elouise Williams F R ESH M EN Edith Newton Marjorie Young SOPHOMORES Gloria Campbell Esther Paronen Ruth Shipler Wynnetta Ruth Cramer Dorothy Klees Erstelle Lauderdale Betty Pracht Gene Redmond Winifred Romtvedt Betty. Lou Vogelpohl Evelyn Woodworth Frankie Werst SENIORS Phyllis Amacher June Buckles Dorothy J ean Carter Doris Jones Margaret Ott Lucille Yungen J U N IORS Doris Craig Betty Lou Cramer Anne Craven Dorothy Dixon Velita. Durland Alyce Pepion .g-'EE '--e,-1. , K -.,, fr,-4. .VCL 15. ""'es w..,-1:9 zur. ' YS. ..-. . 'mms 0 matte Wnge 1 QYXHSXDEN hland House UTSTANDING in Scholar-Ship and athletics and taking part in many campus activities is energetic Highland House. For the second consecutive year, Highland is winner of the Burt Brown Barker Scholar-- ship trophy. Championship teams in volleyball, softball, badminton, and tennis have won for Highland the WAA Participation Plaque. This house is well-represented in campus activities by Edith Newton, business manager of the Oreganag Marjorie Young, managing editor of the Emerald, Ann Craven, news editor of the Emeraldg Doris Jones, ISA presidentg and Velita Estey, president of Wesley Foundation. Highland has two Phi Beta Kappas and three Phi Thetas. egSE1:'Six5?,1-zfffiiffigyg, " .1 ABOVE: Four o'c1ock tea-AM or PM? BELOVV: Silence! Students at work. - -,-' ' . H-am yrsfrrql- ,. --sv . , .g. "" ' , f...l7.f.,:z'T" 1 ' V ,i . Y. df. M, -f:e'1i:5- " , ,. .,..--"' --. --r ' if Q. ,t 1- -,..f.. . ,. -,- - .- ' ,fm-A , , ,. it v af -I-H "T if ,v Mabel Jean Schneider Patricia Waite Doronthy Zeller FRESHM EN Bonnie Butler Jean Deaderlck Betty Lombard Eileen Moseley 62 Norma Peterson Mary Stapleton Betty Jo Sullivan GRADUATE Virginia Atchison SEN IORS Leah Befus Ruth Eckhardt Dorothy Hanson , Jean Phillips Jane Webster J U N I O RS Margaret Brooke Mollie Brown Marion Burlingham Barbara Jean Davis Mary Ann Delsman Janet Fleischhauer Margery Newton Mary Pritchard D. Lu Simonsen Frances Smith Mary Telles Alfhild Wahl SOPHOMO RES Eileen B'rennema.n Rosalie Ann Calef Betty Crabb Betty Lou Dundas Barbara Fossen Patricia Gholson Patricia Gray Terry Levy Jean McCormack Louise Montag Elaine Mosely Bettie Plotner Betty Anne Urquhart Betty Jean Waite 1.3 -4 v JP 'QQ TJ. A Extra- ' 1 44. ,4- hfzgg ..., . 1 w w W 4 LLL, .mu -ss.. 2-, E -r "Q -L: ..-M -, ..,,,...,'f+ ML:1,f.a-2-f "ij,":" -Nm iukhi ,ff 0 O 0 O i'2'f"'3: 4, ,-e, 0 CQ webs 'kg' . X N QYXES ff, ,Ll B ,gem ,. '?:+ Fifi' Z: ' rv: rf? gi: Hillcre t Lod e HE GIRLS OF HILLCREST LODGE, former Theta Chi domain, come to the front with a record of all-around success. Scholastics find them well up the scale, with the scholarship cup for the donnitories in their possession, and Mary Pritchard, Leah Befus, and Marion Burlingham on the roster of Phi Chi Theta, Business Administration honorary. Athletic prowess is proved by possession of the intra-mural volleyball championship cup. Demonstrating their loyal support of the athletic program, they reached tops again in the athletic card drive. DENY We yy mi 'Q ABOVE: Catching up on a girl's "home work". BELOW: Getting ready for tomorrow night. . rr -,W 5333? 'Fifi fhfffisqa-. ,, .-E.-rf ...xl ev-fo ' ' - TT -Is 'ff fyffxsxlf --Aff - . .-.tw .. ..-. f 1.142 ' ,347-71--Tf..,gL:Q1,:5-ta r .333 Mg- ,515-:N-',.:f,4 .Ji - ff-aff" ,Lf:s-:1- -'vi N. -- ,H .1 ,iff 321 SENIORS Virginia Brayton Doris Bruce Lee Montgomery Josephine Reginato Nancy Scott Mary Francis Smith J U N IORS Lyn Campbell Cloydene Darby Berniece Davidson Dorothy DeRoss Ruthe Foreman Helen Horner Miriam Lackey Virginia Lippman Audrey Mathews Adele Riggs Hildegard Roselund Blanche Svobda Dorothea Thomas Betty Thorpe anne Budzsehck Mary Lou Chase Margaret Chane Patricia Contryman Freda Dahlm Eleanor DeYoung' Margie Folsom Kathry n Frey Dorothy Godnecht Doris Horton Phyllis Lloyd Aleanor Patterson Patricia Warren FRESH M EN Jean Alexander Reba Gregor Betty Ingebritson l e . y ' 4 Y uf? Fe . ,A K,- w ' S if ,, am Aww' 1 ... . , Hil ard Hou e W EBSATILEH best describes I-Iilyard House, largest of Co-ed Cooperatives. Here activities range from drama to high-ranking teams in athletics. President Adele R1ggS is Associate Editor of the Oregana and a member of Phi Theta Philhs Lloyd reports for WAA, and I-hldeoarde Boselund is editor of the all coop paper. I-Ionorarles represented in the house are Phi Chi Theta, Mu Phi UPSIIOH Phi Beta Sigma Delta Psi, Pot and uill and Alpha Kappa Delta With several Gregana and Emerald staff workers members in Amphibians, drama and Master Dance I-hlyard taltes a many-sided role in campus like E-4-4511 T'-"L .af-FZ! 'w .2553 D . J . . 7 7 Q , - 7 ! 7 - fy ,-.39 -3-aaqs? .- -- -11353. - ' "'Z ,,' 6- -WJ- ,' f: 'a, .,.. ' 'r, 'uw-' ,,- ' , .. .. ww vs- . ,ff . ' 'ip Q, '1- 'L ' " .- .,.. .. .-. . ,a 4+ Y a.-Q -W wr :.-Tp-Q F.!.ai?fl" ffgs q Sk: ABOVE: Dames and flames. BELOW: Everybody is busy but the panda SEN IORS Sally Bowerman Edith Onthank Susan Sawyer Sara Spencer J U N IORS Leslie Brockelbank Virginia Campbell Frances Colton Polly Gorden Dorothy Hayden Hollis Johnstorn Mary Riley Nancy Sullivan Suzanne St. Pierre Terry Watson SOPHOMORES Janet Bean Ruth Chappell Phyllis Evans Charlotte Gething Ann Graham Shirley Hicks Martha Hoch Joann Holstad Nancy Kirkpatrick Alice Lockhart Helen Morgan Eloise Mulhausen Theodora Nicolai Phyllis Van Petten F R ES H M EN Suzanne Abbott Polly Chafe Eleanor Crosland Elizabeth DeC0u Gay Edwards Sallie Fullerton Harriet Hawkins Mary Humphreys Sarah Jeffcott Nancy Kellaher Lynn McIntosh Gretchen Nicolai Dorothy Payne Emily Rhodes .I ul - 'Q-Q ' 522' :sf.,N 4 a .G . 7: 4... 's .. .. '--R "".1'! wt' ' N .014 . i""rUl'F- Q... J"X -.s v if I' , et Saw? N1 Sue 42533, E YB?-Sm l'1.'If'1' ,.f. Kappa lpha Theta HE DWELERS in the Pink Palace and wearers ol? the' Kite, this year again found time to "activate" along the activity line. Sue Sawyer, president of Mortar Board, was elected princess for the annual Junior Week- end. Mary Riley, AVVS secretary, and Polly Gordon, president of the Coop Board, claim distinction as Phi Thetas. Phyl Evans is president of Kwama, rally squad member, and sergeant-at-anns of AWS. Ann Graham is also a member of Kwama. joan Halsted is a member of the rally squad. ,- 6 1 fd. 34. - ' frgli Q ABOVE: Those nights on study table tney'II never forget BELOW: Popcorn tastes good on a rainy night. ,..- K1 -ef-if-:4 r'::li?5' Rf f ' 'Z'"'1.-lit-fi-Q'-13,-1: -ff" 325 S E N I 0 R S Mary Bentley Anne Chapman Phyllis Collier Martha Jane Switzer J U N I0 RS Nancy Boles Sally Childs Alysone Hales Barbara Hawkins Beverly Jacob Pegge Klepper Kay Mallory Shirley Neal SOPHOMORES Mary Bush Virginia Collins Mercedes Foley Marjorie Hill Marilyn Hill Nanette Holmes Eleanor Jacobs Marion Johnston Lois Twinlng Sally Twohy Janet Roberts Anne Walker Ann Winkler F R ES H M E N Marjorie Allen Mary Barnett Nancy Baker Aileen Clark Marjorie Cowlln Mary Fairchild Bettie Greene Barbara Griffin Patsy Griffin Beverly Hauser Andree Manerud . L-. .. - fur., 9:51, Vw., . .L , 'lg - -- i '."J ' ' v , . . -- A ' ""'h"""+::l.. ff! ' - ME- .- . ... . ' :rr , .1 , 'A BCHQXBV ww PRQSXDENT 1-"4" 2 B' '-22" . V?'5Fa fi--z-iff L-fg5 Kappa Kappa Gamma UEEN NIARY BENTLEY supplied the glamour and friendly spirit which typified Oregon's Junior Week-end last year, while Kappa Kwamas Mary Bush and Sally Twohy registered mothers for the week-end festivities. Kappa activity girls include Martha jane Switzer, secretary-treasurer of the student body and vice-president of WAAg Gerd Hansen, chairman of Coed Capers and chaimian of the Athletic finance chairman of the WAA Council. Scholarship also was topranking, with Card driveg and Alysone Hales, War Board and member of the two Phi Beta Kappas last year. ffff ui, 5 1 a ABOVE: The Kappa study table-looks like the real thing. BELOW: Could it be poker, or just an innocent game of bridge? in xr .A ,1-,,1 ,l - ,ff ,' - 7.4 V, -1 Y L,,- -JA, A,, -.,. a , , X, 1--' ,..-f ,gif ,r, -" T F31 ,g-... .u.f K,-r wa,- ' :f-""'.:1B"" - ,-flczuf " 1 L1-151-EF ' ' A I, ...-41:-,,iw.'+ ' M.. i'fZ'3'f3e" ' ' " ,.:,-- --.'.L.5:,rw- f - - ..,. ra :- 1-1 ..4- ' , ..-..',,-q,..g.'-I1-'M . -:.., '67, f- lliea W ..r TIE bs s- r CY SEN I0 RS Jackie Burdick Roberta Madden Marylin Sharp SOPHOMORES Pat Chapman Nancy Charlton Maurine Conklin Marg Fulton Anona Gates Irene Goode FR ESH M EN Mary Bailey Louise Burge Marilyn Burris Pat Crase ' Vada Davis Shirley Edgerton Marian Fong Betty Hayes Helen Haynie Nancy Heber Orine Henly Grace Hoyt Patt Kline Ruth Ludders Dorothy McLane Jean McClanathan Pat Murphy Dorothy Passmussen Dorothy Riley Jessie Scaife 1 fr- x 3 Vivian Torrey Cecelia Watzig Mary Westrhelm Marguerite Wittwer . -,Si ,i , "Jig . if Win.. ,- ,r't"' ' "W-ii ... 1 - 1 Q- an ir., '4-L.:-'N.. wr. 9 -Q-. ,. . I .F-'.,.:,, -,-2'-v'-, . V va -..,.- TQ ,sw rf-.,..... ' , 'Q rc . N. n . ,f l ' " lx., i I v-X g,.' eg ,fc J A fi- 'Y Roberta Mad 6 sg, YYg,siDEN 5 1 if X - 'K 4 Hlli ff . .91 sf ' -afrflf . .1-ff ' Laurel Lad Q NITIATIVE and Laurel Lodge are synonomous, for here in the former Sig Ep house live the girls who painted the "G," Not only initiative, but enthusiasm and campus spirit led these girls to first place in the campus cigarette drive, and made them the First to go one hundred per cent on the Co-ed Capers ticket sale. Drama, too, finds support here with lean lVIcClanathan playing a leading role in the Guild Hall production, "Out of the Frying Pan." ,fungal - -- Q43-,. -. Z , ,.,. -J 2: W- . 4 .f . , fl , V ' 1 54 , .4 Q52 Eieahf ABOVE: The conga goes cowboy. BELOW: Drinkin' cokes in a cabaret. GN-X61 V 1 3f??f-:'gi?- - cr w'f"' A -...lgiQ"3:'h' .4531-m?r ' ' ' ,,., 114 --Y F .13 1" J , J' vw' ,af . r ,, 2' al sl-i ,. 'av 329 Pvs Nina Tuttle Beverly Wagstaff Norma Washburne Helen Webb Roberta Millberry Barbara Patterson Marilyn Phillips Lois Piening Barbara Schmeer .YN CD Shirley Weisenbex'ger Yvonne Zeek Betty Ann Zemon J UN IORS Phyllis Balsiger Junette Duebbert SOPHOMORES Marcia Allen LaRue Bofzgess Alice Chisholm Jane Copeland Carolyn Merryman Barbara Miller F R ESH M E N Rosemary Backstrand Venlta Bradley Beverly Brown Betty Combs Phyllis Drake Harriet Farr Phyllis Fisher Jane Gibson Elizabeth Haugen Lola Mae Heagney Maxine Kemp Dorothy Klenholz' Jerrilee Lovejoy Ludella Luper Jean Moe Norma McGaughy ' "' Q "':7'l-sv 4.,,:7'-. 'Ns Y . au. ... - 1 .Q - 4... -.- -, D, Y' . V U v, N:- L,- g ,,-. lv-. 'P Y ' was -.. Q A -"'.' .5 . . . 1 -,fag-f4'df-te W.. .,., I ,..-, , ,A V Qh fur- S., -.1 til ' "'Ca"Pm asv-'A+' Leah, 40 pl' JE? 4,-1 " Nei- 'X' atbafa Nl E3 - SXDENT 'als l YXRE .qwfi .' Lombard Lad e RCM THE RED-BRICK facade of Lombardy Lodge come these fun-loving dorm girls who enter into fd' - 1-Xrf9:7:' rm . many aspects of school, social, and campus life, Emerald worker Elizabeth Haugen heads the list of activity girls, and Bobby Patterson has conducted Christmas Seal and Cigarette drives. Nurses Aid work has claimed the time of others. The group, headed by Barbara Miller, is com- posed mainly of freshmen women. Living most distant from the campus on the west, their stately home stands by the ever-romantic lxdillrace. B- 5ss"'A :JE SSW' , 22 ABOVE: Hitting the books, a popular pastime on the campus this year. BELOVV: If those Beta boys could only see us now! 1 "fl: it J' .v-. - , ,- ' - 4-Elsssffjsi w"'1F 5- .rs ,gf-M-IL, ti! 'fl-firiigicm :-vw. , ,ff -521' tg-1 5' . in - 91-2 , sf-- Y ai? 331 i i li. S E- Aralee Waite Dorothy Williams 459 ll' 0' E .Li Marguerite Schappaugh Carolyn Taylor M B.1'g8.!'et TIIOIYIDSOII SO P H 0 M 0 R E Margaret Booth F R ES H M E N Jean Bohl Beverly Eckert J an e Gordon Peggy Heard Marilyn Hill Beth Lawrence Eula Ledbury Shirley Mimmick Renita Nunn Patricia Phillips Mary Lou Ploss J oan Raphael A Berta, Reische Louise Robson Q . . , v ., a gr- ali. as-. , h -H -' 'eq flu Wfnx "".C?-31. Frif f as 'lm . Q . s,- 's'c .1 . r 1 Y "1-325. Q 1151-'ig ligtfjl -1 1 X vit-5? , N YYXESXDE QS 1 i -5:,,,v,f,- - . . .,..f,- ,fo Mill Lodge ITUATED VVHERE its white walls and blue shut- ters are rellected in the Nlillrace, Mill Lodge, former Chi Psi house, has become a girls! house for the duration. I-lere a lieshmfin maieutx with onlv three upperclass- men are bemcv initiated into life at Oregc n That the oirls at Mill Lodoe lind time lor sictlvitles as well as studies is indicated bv then pftrtlcipation in campus war work and their representatives on the Emerald Stuff. Xlorma Wilei xx is one rl sw Finalists in the Coed Cipers Dream Girl tontest ABOVE: One side of college life usually withheld from public View BELOW: It's a good old campus custom-eating. .52 if X.. ""w--SL ' ' L I' 7, Y , . . . . . . A 1 ' D L C A O D 5 A x . f 4 yy 5' l I . 4 ' If ' N V " , ' . - I .1 ' 4. i . . - . 1 c . ,.4f'f'f.- .-- -1 r ...Y 5-1 -w-f-.-rE- ,...3S7-vt? ' ...---...sl F .Miki-1 175 ' f '- ...1ieZ+.'Tf"- '- ' . -N::2i1?"i:v3- .ff 'F rp, vc-5:3,fw J, f ' - U-'ef A-..--qt" 7'-' Y x ",,'IkI..-"jq1'1i"" X f' r..::,,'x, .4-44. ., 333 G Fl A D U AT E Vivian Martin S E N IO RS Vivian Knoll Joanne Nichols Jane Pengra Joy Rasmussen Margie Robinson Patty Short Roine Smith Betty Jean Walker Delores Wheeler J U N IO RS Lucille Bryant Shirley Coombs Wilma Flemming Marie Morgan Pauline Smith SOPHOMORES Norma Aalvik Georgia Adams Charlotte Calder Janet Carpenter June Fine Wilma Foster Bettie Mae Hall Alice Harter Carol Harter Ardath Hutchinson Verda Jackson Marene Kielmyr Dorothy Lenhart Ethel Lindemood Lestelle Pattison Helen Schow Jeannette Smith FRESH M EN Caroline Brockway Myrtle Church Lorraine Cole Jean Coombs Rue Aaron Crooks Dorothy Currier Ardeth Ebbert Dorothy Elston Juanita Johnson Geraldine Langdon Della Martin Rosemary McNutt Ruth Robertson Shirley Rubenstein Vera Smith Dorothy Steinwetz Marie Swan ompson dford hurst up S "H ' W , W XXQBI lf em Bed? lean 3 YRESXD r 'R V GROUP of Oregon Independent Coeds meeting for good fellowship" characterizes the Oxides, who meet every Monday in Cerlinger Hall. Under the leadership of Betty jean Walker, Orides participate as a group in all campus activities and its members are rep- . resented in numerous campus honoraries. Charlotte Calder, Phi Chi Theta and Sophomore Representative on the ASUO Executive committeeg Dorothy Lenhart, Phi Betag and Margie Robinson, Theta Sigma Phi and Phi Beta Kappa, head the list of activity-minded mem- bers. Orides is noted for its prominence in the women's athletic program and its participation in intramural sports. Lair.:f1fi2E-fgpgefrsff ABOVE: Is it Bach-or Frank Sinatra? BELOW: All eyes right! f 319' if -' 'iff ,. if--W-fa 1 i fasten-rrwtfftgft' , , -.2 -A ,Q .143 'f-a"f E. c SG. K .- ., . -Ei?--1:2-f'fxfi"' ,, sg,-vg,,3.L.-1,-g v ,A . A- f-.kr--fu., ' ,1- :b.:i: ,5F.K7-fv- :J,,,,,+e Aff.. .5 'KP M Pat Maurer Dorothy Paulmg Marllyn Sage Nancy Sampson Jean Sutherland Nlancy Sutherland Martha Thorsland Mary Lou Welsh SEN I0 RS Nancy Ames Lora. Case Betty Ann Keup Jean Page Mary Jane Rodman JU N IORS Joyce Clark Margery Knoles Grace Powell Marian Schaefer Elxzabeth Schaefers Phoebe Smmth Patrmcxa Ann Swanson S0 P H 0 M 0 R ES Barbara Bagley Janet Barrmger Marge Cordon Dorothy Coykendall Shxrlee Dxllard Jo Anne Hemenway Marlanne Lynch Pat McClmtock Barbara McClung' Loxs Prmgle Peggy Skerrv Maurme Staub Carol Tengwald Dorothv Vandenynde Anxta Young F R ESH M EN Mlrlam Beck Nancy Carlisle Marion Church Glorxa Cloud Shlrley Cordell Dora De-Jarnatt Dorothy Davls Rosalle Earel Helen Elckemeyer Betty Frey Vxrgmxa Howson Eva Hedrzck Dorls Lakin Kay Leslle Joanna Mapes S1- ,.. 1 ' Tift: is if oft .S Jr. -,fa .f- ..---..-,gl lifts? ,L ,fo J -?F' -f- t"-1-,Q ef' , .4,r5EfQf:Qz5S:?-zpfffg' v-gig'-1i?i55'4-Pg-:?'V ' 1"H "T 7'd"" 'Q,. .alia . .-,.. ...,, ,, t it u M tt 7 E . 3 'Sit Case aa i'EiI???a N1 LOW 'Q' Yggstoi Pi Beta Phi ONVENIENTLY LOCATED near the libe, the social Pi Phis step from their red-brick house into the center of campus affairs. Nancy Ames leads the activity list as Student Body president, member of Mortar Board, and winner of the Gerlinger Cup. Adding to the Pi Phi's list of activity women are House President Lora Case, president of Pan' Hellenicg Marian Schaefer, Phi Theta and WAA trease urerg Jean Page, second vice-president of the Student Body, and Barbara lVlcClung and Anita Young, Kwamas. ABOVE: "May I borrow your notes for a minute? BELOW: Lots to talk about. sizfrf' W. : I-L:-I affifgl-fr, V as-'Wa ,M-4" fe :-I-rg-iyf' .ef-' ---'14 -' -, ..:f""T,L.:an:"', 5 ,.de'5'iF 225- 1. X Melissa Snyder Alma. Starvlch Winona Stauble Virginia Turnbow Marion Walker Marie Welding SENIORS Aileen Brown J U N I 0 RS Winifred Casterline SOP HO M 0 RES Eileen Dick FR ESH M E N Mary Ann Alford Audrey Byers Phyllis Byers Angela Coates Grace Edwards Florence Hall ' Doris Hemmy Lois Hemmy Jean Jones s. irhx 7,"y" I 2, I ia, if r .1 e lu: 3 II- ,-Ai! i Il --1 - I . V-, ., - tui. Y -fx 9-1-5- in ---. ,c, ,- - ..-,I "ZF9Lx -:Q-. . iv: -- . .1 111. Q51 .-f"f3'Y 'Pr fa .gf , 1-4' ' J he Xeev- Biown Per NT Pt YYNESXDE it 3 ,gif afgfliii r iii 1: 'ff ---- ann. - n we ffm' ff' Ptehec Hou e N UNPRECEDENTED NUMBER of requests for membership in the Coed Cooperatives led to the opening of a fourth unit at the beginning of fall term. Kirkwood Co-op, a former man's house, was taken over by the girls. The house was named for Dr. George Re- bec, Professor Emeritus of Philosophy, who donated the property to the Coeed Cooperatives. Reber: members, predominately freshmen, have three upperelassmen and one former U of O student. Aileen Brown is presidentg Doris Hemmy, vice-pres icient, and XVinifred Casteriine, secretary. ABOVE: "Let's paint the furniture blue!" BELOW: A new use found for the dining room , 1 ' 4-7 . ' Ll ar' J .LL.Q-iffqrf-r5:5:" ..-:""Q'?f'J-Frei: -L.,512Fff V . Y-.L,-,:,,..,y':-:v'f -ul "'41 -5- - nk.-T ,lk-,Day ,,:.r7,,ifr.-gS , 6 4 ,f?iri24 fs-.eeifi 'Tx - Ev '5 r A gr QM PM Us F Howard Vierling Lloyd Ward Clifton Wilcox Oge Young Bertram Shoemaker Henry Steers Howard Steers David Stone James Thayer Paul Beard Richard Bennet James Bennison Robert Blolom Richard Burns Willis Caples Allen Cellars VVarren Charleston Gordon Childs Warren Christensen Roger Dick Victor Doherty Robert Ellinwood James Evers Ray Farmer William Farrell Bruce Frye James Gibson Ted Goodwin John Harms James Harrison Richard Igl Willis Johnson Aaron Jones Lester Kee-nen Merrit Kufferman VVilliam Lilly William Macy Dick Maier . Norman Mannheimer William McKevitt Richard Moshofsky William Moshofsky Charles Nelson Ken Oliphant Preston Phipps Glen Porter Robert Robertson John Robinson Charles Roffe Robert Sabin Nelson Sandgren 4- cr' X -4:-.. ...,.'-. .- -s '4-gr' vs 0 .. J n'Y"... P 1- - -K 1 X, J'F - f I b ---. , A g fur-,V- ' "ta-rzt 'fiifl 4. vw '-1-v-- h t suiiwan Lt Kohn B Compan OME ml O OREGON came the ROTC Juniors of last vear alter some ewhtecn weeks of training at Camp Roberts Now enrolled in Basic Engineering I as Companv D thcv are allowed to take some electives. if they have already taken prescribed courses, and thus have a chance ol: Gaining their decrees. To list their prominent members would be to list all of this Group, for they have accounted for most of the activity Greats ol' their class durino thc past three years. Ooc Young, elected first vice-president of the ASUO l-ist spring term. and Bill Moshofslcy Kovl Cup VV inner, were in the fore- front. - V- -:Yrs-1-x,1 M ': rr-'-fL-f1:ftFEeff-:f-'.-- ' ' ' A-31":x"'f ABOVE: Something they leamed in the army no doubt BELOW: Isn't it swell to be back? . ' ,,,':" ' . --f"'Sgl"' . - rA"?T,'.:l-' ' ., V , ,..- '.Z.5i'2!i-"'- , . - .rn ' -,1- --1..,--gfliffxx-O' wt. ,F?tQ'1",,.,s- 'iq v it tu :ri if -at tw www at my mf HN H - - 115131112 9mm'.si:.'1H - M.,,N,' . N. it if .. trait " l r ., 'iff-1:z,::Y r , , m., W. my r, iiwerwm 1 ,we fi -Jv- A '95 June Rogers Irma Sundberg Aldeane Yarbrough Patty Gentry Peggl' Hoard. Bernice Martinez Pa if Q Charis Bradt Alice Claire Brown Alice Chase Ruth Ray Cox Leola Deffenbacher tricla McCormack S E N I O R S Charlotte Allen Frances Brobert Mary Mercier J U N IO RS Margaret Ambler Pa tricia Davis Alva Granquist Audrey Holliday Charlotte Older S0 P H O M 0 R E S Shirley Brace Mary Corrigan Bernice Granquist Joyce Jordan Peggy Logan Lorraine Maughan Pauline Sulflow F R ES H M E N Virginia Alley Elsie Ball Roberta Baxter , A I Q I Q.. ll : in urns X is ' 4. 3 gh!"-Q I 1 - .1-. - .I .--9 , '-,,,2: ' Ex. sf . nf-img V LL, n N813 Gia YBESKDENT ,ers ' . a..-I i. " R Sigma Kappa HEIR VARIED INTERESTS and activities con- tribute to the spirit of individuality maintained by the Sigma Kappas. President Alva Cranquist is Office Manager for the Emerald and head of Communitv Ser- vice for YWCA Audrey Holliday Junior Representa- tive on the Executive Council lists among her honors the presidency ol Phi Theta Upsllon while Mary Corrigan holds office as secretary of Kwama Slvma Kappas are members of Phi Beta Sigma Delta P1 Master Dance, and Amphibians The house has proved its versatility in Red Cross work Agricultural Aid originating of USO scrapbook idea and the winning of the basketball cham- pionship for 1943 If ' Q -' " , '-N., ABOVE.: Fireside chat sans Roosevelt. BELOW: We'll bet it's a full house! -47' 1:35755 5- fidngif Y "Trl, . I , . . . . A , . . - . . . . - .1 Y . . O 5 . . . ! 7 7 J 1 .f-415 ' ,-a-WLT!-"V , . ,,,. - . L. , V f.-pw V . -.aellsee ' V' 1-.rf -' ,-,Arg "14'r- ' , -, -..- :f'1' -1-+ T771 .ff 1-1 " l-H . ,M rx -, Jr. ,YZ 41.75. , -ff- 490 .r 5 .- tr. nv' f 1 .ffqiff .WX 7' filfii' -IA? ,Q TA I- W. 4, 343 Robert Pittinger Leonard Routh Milton Sparks Frank Mascall Malcolm McLean Phllllp Patterson Edward Peterson Harry Van Dermark John Wolley Fred Woods SENIORS Richard Rogers J U N IORS Thorn Kxnersly Eugene Landreth SOPHOMORES Charles Glando FRESH M EN Palmer Ayr Earl Bennett Samuel Benvenxste Gerald Bercovltz George Bray Douglas Clark Brian Connelly Rxchard Davxes Robert Foreman Dan Gxvan Walter Graham Robert Johnson Jack Landerback Walter Lutes -,gt-, ""','. 31, n A I ' 4 - 1-2 "lx, A J'? N. . .lun ---. D ' Tiurnxk. wr' . ' sl? we , fm, 49 pencer Hall M I l , M- 'M - - ll w w lr www- ir wi ,' H wr Q f m - 'Y' U it EE, , ,J lr W1 ag ,ll r ' ' ,, N E f-Sf 25" ' as Mu r 4 .l H Nllvllp X 5-. X 1 lr - 27352 P we 'vu , r . Wagga rl" '- i, -' it H' xr c .- M Lv.: 5 rl F V1 gsm it V n . ximefslll ' .. 1 -YXXQID QBQSXDEN LTHOUCH ONLY OPEN fall term Spencer Hall dex eloped a livelv house spirit which manifested itse ' in some long-tobe-remembered house dances. In spite of stiff pre-med courses or the approaching draft, these civilian students entered fully into campus life. Two of the men George Bray and Kenneth Hays, played basketball and Eugene Landreth and Dick Rogers fere members of Aslclepiads pre-med honorary. Spencer Hall will be remembered for its cord-clacl students, ree minders of former oe College davs. 3 . 1 J, - .4 ABOVE: Spending a quiet evening at home with their pin-up girls BELOW: Winter term found Spencer men lodged at Steiwer. xi S.: X I N na ,, lm I :mil " 2 E -0653, . ,A-4 "cg:- . luis' -4-s'J,"3i"' - uf"-f -A4355 -1 F 351'-1-4 ,-Q--rf!-J"'. V' "":v::115:""""" L -.... - ' . jawn- r ' 345 Ray Ward Nick Weddle John Weisel Leon Williams SENIORS Bob Hull J UN IORS Jack Cairns SOPHOMORES James Cameron Jack Edwards Robert Hemphill Ted Holmes Bill Lindley Don Reish Charles Sauvie Richard Stonebreaker F R E S H M E N Luke Baccelin Jack Blasingame Richard Brooksbank Ray Brown Dick Bunting Evans Contrell Terry Carrol Marcel Cornacchia Arthur Dority Henry Dussanlt Bob Feasley Robert Ferris Bob Gibson William Griffith Allen Hagland William Hales Gordon Halstead Fred Hessell Wallace Johnson Dave Leaverton Cliff Mallicot Carl Mason Russ Monahan Andrew Montgomery K. Wakefield Powell Randall Polson Bill Radakovich Art Rice Brenton Hovind Q Keith Murphy William Phillips .,,-,-, ...L raPnH."'-'L:- -Q':7g,1m,.:--,.,- - ii- , , i 1 ' Q' ' 'lmxael-ff--2',I-.-,.'..51r,5g wa 1 in if,-it ,,, 4? yfifigifff ASM' ii , - 5. viii. elk Gaim 1 sa igijzag YYKES 1143: R, Affil- .1-axiif fever . .-, - ...ana err- 4l.q,,5f, cm-:.1i-A J ,.,,g.3, Jizz' tei er Hall HE SIGMA NU HOUSE was one of the few ex- fraternity houses on the campus to continue the mas- culine tradition this year, being converted into a menis dormitory. As in pre-war days, athletic activities were the major extra-curricular interests. Basketball players included Bill Phillips, Ted Holmes, Luke Bacaleri, and Nick Vifecldleg while Dick Ashcomb, All-American foot- ball player, was house sponsor. President lack Cairns served as vice-president of the Independent Students, Association. After fall term, when Spencer Hall closed, Steiwer Hall claimed the distinction of being the only men's dormitory on the campus. fm-.ix ABOVE: What the bright young college man is wearing this year -stripes. BELOVV: This is strictly on the record. P- .'2! 'ff Hb. ,lvffgn rife ' -291 I -,' 454 time .I 'iv' 'div-il' glifgtiff -45 9517" 457 4 gf' -' M-Qi?-E? fist ' -fb 5:27 . :farf- . 3-:El-vs --' Ls' ,A-J: ,:i.:?c.:Z':,F.'r' , -' xxx? . 347 "FN gn 1 xx June Spor Barbara Weisz Evelyn Wells Ida McCullough SENIORS Marianne Blenkinsop Betty Bush Emma. Jean Hoffmaster Thelma. Nelson J U N IORS Nlelba Chehak Ruth Helen Crymes Doris Dodge Marian Gage Jean Glenn Hermie Kroeger Shirley Kroeger Greta Lindstedt .5 ii' ,fx fi 271, l .ff 'C A7 ,,. 91-Lx' arf lil 9 -- A Betty McF'adyen 55. Helen Pollard '-F., Marjorie Priest SOPHOMORES M-Qi Elaine Burnham l N J. La.Verne Erickson 'V Lorene Flower Juanita Probst Mary Jane Wick F R ES H M E N Alice Buckingham Dorothy Calhoun June Carnes Beatrice Gentry 'Thelma Howard Marilee Huffman Mary Louise Jackson Beverly Jones Gloris Kelly Suzanua MacDonald Virginia Mclnnis Nadya Ramp ,-ffffz-:'N-we-Q-ffa'f4?e:e,s 1 .Q--e.,-fun-':r4-vw . .fpfifrff ' ""'g'NkH1e1T?:s-:.i,zC1x gif' XR? :fm - fi' , .fe X E 97523-Tt'.:g5.i ' vs.: 'S't:?3:3:'25'L"X. f'-'l1f2H3"n-Q1f?iL2:a- '- L. 4. -al Q1 F,-dm, ,.,.1 Q i if fi. iv .K Stat 'ti' ' - V- RWE 'iima Gene Ho 1"?a!?'-- 11755 lv, if4?f1:QfL4'ii, YBYSXD i!fZEi:fi .1 ffg. J' Lu, if ,,,gf ,lj-.V L - -- walk . 4.1 L f af.,-.K A ,- .. - x Uni er it Hou e CLITICS AND WAA claimed major attention from University House girls this year. Politicians were led by Marion Gage, Junior Class president, and ISA of- ficers Betty lX'lcFadyen, junior Representative, Marianne Blekinsop, Senior Representative, and Alice Buckingham. Freshman Representative, while 15 members were active in WAA. Thelma Nelson was one of the Senior Six of Phi Beta Kappa. A variety of interests are shown by the honorary memberships, which include Amphibians. swimming honorary, Phi Lambda Theta, education hon- orary, Delta Phi Alpha, French honorary, and Phi Beta, music honorary. ABOVE: Isn't that stuff rationed ? BELOW: Zero hour bull session. ai' :LST f . 1 93 , ,-..f-,.q35f.fH -4 fe Zig!!! , V- rs-M za-,Mage ,et ..-f- an X: -new .,..'n.v-,,. ..-L-,x,.-:P 1-+-:ANFQ - ,,,.,:, --.,., :.:,:,- , Y u - Nezj. "4 L fa 11"- -1-Ls,'f:y,5?k- ,gifs ggesgafew- :T Fraternit Men ANY FRATERNITY MEN lived off-campus this year, turned out of "house and home" by the clos- ing of their own tongs. Carrying on their studies in war- vital fields, they could pause only brieliy to sigh over the influx of campus cuties and GI Joes into their once sacred fraternal abodes. ALPHA TAU OMEGA Edwin Allen Reed Gurney Jim Lund DELTA UPSI LON Wilbur Linde PHI KAPPA PSI Dick Johns SIGMA-ALPHA MU Irving Puziss SIGMA NU Lou Gillos Ralph Rathjen T H ETA C H I Fred Weber Don Hager Lowell Chase Robert Bissett 5. on Kiswett N1 xl 619 YYXESXDE' Campbell Club NDER THE LEADERSHIP of Vernon Kisaberth, the members of Campbell Club have proven that despite low membership and war-time curtailment of activities ,the traditions and standards of campus life are being upheld by the remaining men. House members have taken part in open houses, sports, and Emerald work. Norris Yates, Emerald night eclitor, and Ierry Mosby, Freshman basketball ace, are outstanding in the house. ' . G RADUATE Gilbert Lee SENIORS George Nash J U N IO RS Vernon Kisaberth Kenneth Lodewick Norris Yates F R ESH M EN Albert N. Beers Oswald Jensen Sam Miller Jerry Mosby Lloyd Stutsman Eugene Trask if iiii 'll . -. ABOVE: Manor a la Campbell Club. BELOW: A college man's method of raising "cash" for that Sat- urday night date. ' 351 , EZMGW DUWCL 35 igggzz-.1 Q,-f, gigs Q I944 Oiiflifgi. gm 14 unc 355.gif Qlulutt A.- University of Oregon. Eugene No. 1 hy the Cover ?? ell . . . T ALL STARTED IN THE BATHTUB. The theme of junior Wleekend 1944 flying on the cover in the person of airwar-minded Mother Goose was born nowhere but there. This may seem quaint to some, but to us it is a very serious matter. Almost all our ideas are promulgated within the tubs porcelain plated confines. I-low long the bathtub has been the launching way to ideas is one of the peculair aspects of its history-we arenit quite sure when or where the custom did start. Our mother insists it all evolved from the time we played "Moses" in the Sunday school playlet at the age of unrecorded, and were left immersed in a pan of cold water amid an encirclement of prop bullrushes For hours two and one halli. We recognize the above as the incident that formed in us a great ad- g A pH0Ng 300 ,F-5,-gif 1210 WILLAMETTE "airs:- it-vL..'a - -se anitone U.l..ef1HiQ1 You may be proud of Q l-l. 6' L. Music Co. 720 S. W. 4th Ave. Portland, Ore. King Band lnstruments Buffet Clarinets Moenning Woodwinds Q., 354 miration for all movies in which escap- ed convicts hide in swamps and breath through reedsg but we can't honestly remember any ideas evoluting from our being Moses. Vile didnit think of painting the Ten Commandments with phosphoreseent paint so it could be seen at night until sometime later. This inability to trace the genesis of the bathtub technique has turned more than one history professors hair to grey, but we worry not much about lf. All we know or care is that the phenomenon happens, and consistent- ly, and almost anywhere-provided that the anywhere has a bathtub. Any bathtub will do-size, shape, and color seem to have little influence over idea operations. The old fashioned, six-foot and Panama Canal-troughed rub with the stubby curled-claw legs is the most satisfactory, but we had a pink tile, four-foot tub in our apart- ment in New York from which em- anated any number of wierd and un- conventional ideas. Due to the cramp- ed sitting posture we had to unbend most of them of course. Showers wonlt do however. as standing up destroys all possibility of cerebric stimulation-it's too much like work. For best results we must be in the dorsal position-but not float- ing, as we hate to swim. Greater sat- isfaction is secured in tubs with fau- cets which we can turn on and OH? with our toes. As yet we have not fallen to the loan Crawford level of soaking in CC011ti1111ecl on page 3553 Staff Contributions, Arliss Boone Gail Nleyers Betty Anne Kemp Business Manager, Edith Newton Cover Artist, Clmclz Politz Thank you for your patronage - we enjoy serving you. fmffrs' In O- IINICY OC-1 Ill- E BRO.-X INV.-KY and XVILLABIETTE 5 ig er ree ig if 'W .- EE gi tutlenl gg ig Believe ln gg QE ff Uafzsifti gafzbek if Across from Kappa Sig The Germans could easily increase their lard supply by rendering Her- man Goering. MFE 53. VVHY THE COVERPP XNELL . . CCOntin'ued from page 35-D rolling hills of billowed bubbles, while at the same time carrying on a double conversation with a white bakelite French phone and an adolescent step- daughter as the race track-mouthed Miss Crawford did in "The Women". This may be due in part to the fact we have no bubbles, phone, or step- daughter. We always, however, come to the bath prepared for anything that might hot-foot its way out of the upper cavity and run like lnad to tell the cerebral perception bureau all about it, by placing a huge stack of paper and colored pencils on a chair or stand within fingertip reach of the tub. Then we test the water temperature with the large toe of our left foot, en- ter, and submerge until only the con- ning tower is above surface and We feel like a submarine laying on the bottom awaiting depth charges. Shhh, very, very quite. All is silent as pins can be heard dropping in response to many requests. Then suddenly POVVM!!-an ex- plosion rocks the conning tower, a hitl Solid on the Cranium! And after we have shaken off the illusion that We are still a submarine-there it is an idea has been born-and that is how Nlother Goose joined the army air forces. -Clans Politz r:::- f::- : :W--::::: :::::::n I, 4, li 1' 4, 1: 31 The Favorite If P 4, 4, 4, 51 MEETING PLACE 11 4 :l 4: 4 If of Students, .I r 4, 4, 4, QI Parents and ff n 4, 'n 4, 4 - 4: Friends li ll I' 'n 4: It I: li ' I Q ll l P 4 , ,g Q , moum 3: '- AFEI ... FFEE sn-t o ,I ll - "h1n0um - qood. l001'l" 4, Ig 1: 4 in -,,,m,m,,,,,,,:..-ml "Ah," said the customs ollicer, find- Potts: Pl-l1CIC,S the airraid Warning ing a bottle of VVhite Horse, "I -let's run. thought you said there were only old Pans: VVait'll I get my false teeth. clothes in that trunk." Potts: What do you thing they're "Aye, thats my night cap." dropping-sandwiches? 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EUGENES FASHICN CENTER 957 VVillamette 35 5 j I-iippered Kipling A By the old Co-Op in Chapman looking northward to the street there's a sweet coed a sittin' and i know she thinks iim reet for the rain is in the pine trees and the board of regents say st b k . . . , 5, come you ac , you junior birdmen, why d ya have to go away . . r come you back to u of o where the sweet coeds all go I n 4 I - can t you hear their llllllillllg voices as you work toward tokyo on the road to u of 0 . where the girls have lots of dough and they always get a late permit to go down to see a show her sweater it was yaller and her little cap was green she was the cutest little freshman ever you have seen an' i seed her fust a -smoking on a king size cigarette but she switched her brand to camels or she'd be on that same one yet oh she once smoked king-size fags and they smelled like burning rags but she changed her brand to camels for they're done in fewer drags on the road to u of o ..... ship me somewhereis south of portland where the best is like the worst and there ainit no open bar-rooms and a man can't quench a thirst for the campus sights are calling and it's there i'd like to go by the old co-op in chapman in the midst of u of o on the road to u of o there were lots of things to know with our slide-rules and our date-books just in case morale got low oh, the road to u of o where the rhododendrons grow and the girls must be in nightly just before the roosters crow. -yutclz Q- ::::: -:::::,-:rv-.-:::: .-::: ,-:.- All kinds of building materials for you TWIN OAKS "Do you believe in clubs for wom- enbff i'Yes. If kindness fails." I wish I were a kangaroo Despite his funny stances. I'd have a place to put the junk My girl brings to the dances. Gongtafulafions and LCCCZSS to the class of '44 Lkayrnd 0Hn MON' n X 9 , u s s e I s 64 East Broadway Phone 1101 "Bound to Please" Only 52.50 Per Volzmze Plus Postage 57- 1 - . BUILDERS' SUPPLY COMPANY j This Permanent 669 High Street Telephone 2600 2Zl?l?3u'?g?l3gi2l3gSEZ3r 4, -:::::-:.-:.-:::: A:::::::::::::: J Opens Flat f Eugene Sand 6- Gravel Co. I. R. MCKY H. B. Ruth Ectst End of 8th Avenue 356 Davis 6- I-lolman BINDERS 1 9 4 3 OREGANA School Annual Covers 425 S. XV. Second Avenue Portlaiul, Oregon gxpefzf 7lclzef gefwice ILLUSTRATED FOOTBALL TICKETS for Mcrior Games non Special Protected Stock ACC UR.-K CY GU.-XRA NTB ED ROLL TICKETS of all sizes for minor gaunes Reserved Sc-at Tickets HANCOCK BROS. 25 IESSIE STREET NEAR FIRST SAN FRANCISCO M y VM Eff" -11 K It is our pleasure to serve the students of the University 4 4 r 4 r Good Luck Class of '44 4 l 4 l 1 l 1 Glzase widens 5 8 E. Broadway 1 ' r 4 l 14 lllnlununnuulnnInnninInllllnnullllnllulul Tlie hell with being clever about it -just buy war bonds. Mrs. Jones barged into the grocery store and indignantly asked: "Remember the cheese you sold nie yesterday?" "Yes," replied the grocer. "VVell, did you say it was imported or deported from Switzerland?" ,nunnnlnlnunininnuInnnuunlnlunuluunnnuln Photography Advertisers n Photo-Art Commercial Studios 420 S. W. Washington Portland Clotucle F. Palmer 3 f 'H uulIluluIinIllInlunnnnlnuunnl nn? -------- 1 'r If Oil Paintings , 'r fl lndian Crafts E 4 4 I 2 I, Q 4, , 4, , if W t 2 3 0.71 ZS 4 1+ 2 ' 4 5E ouvenifz 3 4, l 4, 2 4, . 4, L 3 4 :E vp E 4, , 1: S04 s.W. 10th Ave. z 4, , 1: Portland 5, Ore. 3 4, , ff Myl't1eW00d Agate Jewelry 2 I, s Lf:-A:-.-.-:::: -AAA :::,-::-.:::::J nlulluu my The Smartest Glasses S. ,.r.,. , s Seen on the Campus! H ARLE Q U I N BRIGGS - GETHING 6 ' ' S YY. Brozulway Dr Ben Briggs, Optician Sargent Gething, Optician lefls have SUM. UW. You owe it to your country and yourself . . to look pretty . . to keep healthy! We can't think of any way that's rnore fun 'than to get alot of sun In glamorizin' Chumley Playtimers, like these: gabardine shorts and button back bra with sleeves la new trick that's wonderfully. becomingj, embroidered In .earth hrown or green . . the suit 10.95 . . Ioafer coat 9.95 F fi i , " 'X 1. ' ' 2 .. -D -, 5 N iii S XYit4l10ut, ,jlgji-:u l 2 I QW ,L ' Rims :fiQ2Q.Q1f5f? f' 5l 5 Gaultier? Eififiisgi ' iii F' ' E 'X OPTICAL f ' SQOQ SERVICE Portland Oregon ' ,ti I4 5 . r I. F P r F r Sr. Eaizmsssz 821. f Crlrhtlco r. dex llll Illlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll IIIIIIIUII - G 357 I 6f ' '11 gfigiTHfD4t5fR13THtE'RLS trainee' nit 1-1'+1-I'PPC'I-261211532I3E-:QGEIaf:-EIfI515251E2223225122223151E2525251Efifiiiliifiilifiiil 5fif?E5E5E5EIE5E5E5E3E5E5 ' ludgc: Do you challenge anyone 4 I ,iffy E ' 'lF5" 'i:'fff I Defendant: Well, I think I can lick 4, t -, 1 5 ' that little squirt on the end. lllll , . , it 'f Prot: VV hat s a skeleton? Frosh: A stack of bones with all the' it F 1 1 d ff A peop e scrape o . I eees , I , I lv 5 - 'ig-Af ,P , -' 1 onulnunInulnnlnunlulnlnnl I i'l Ii In W aflf use iss' , 5 ..i.i J 4 'l.x,.1:11 Q3?11?tI'z":eSty,gg,f4ea ,,,' :fs:I:?...'a EXW!-I..s-Sfiiiit 'S l,Bushong's growth has staged in step with the growth of Uregon. As the needs and the wishes and the number of our friends have increased . . . so has our plant . . . our merchandise and our capacitg of service. O0ne factor has not changed . . . our ideal as set down bg the late Milton Markewitz . . . that this organization be built on a bedrock of integritgg and an avowed purpose of furnishing our customers printing and merchandise of the highest qualitg . . . to provide a spirit of service and sinceritg which will forever justifg the full confidence of the public. OTodag, on our sixtg- fifth birthdag, this broad ' and deep principle is still the heart and soul of Bushong's! f -'.f t?4if.ii'i12,tji7ff'i' , ii E,-mfg-sk Lrkhfog iraphers I AveffIieB9ff'a"" 545557, ,,,,mi,:i,M 1525, st ,-.,,. IIN, .- i0yREGANltpQ5EllER SINCE 1935 358 Shelton- Turnbull- i'CLOSET BAY- It was one of mother's hectic days. Her small son, who had been playing outside, came in with his pants torn. "You go right in, remove your pants, and mend thein yourself." Some time later she went to see how he was getting along. The torn pants were lying on the chair. The door to the cellar, usually closed, was open and, she called down loudly and sternly: "Are you running around down there without your pants on?" "No, niadam. I am reading the gas meter." , 'kPAPOOSE: Consolation prize for taking a chance on an Indian blanket. 6 ' 5 Fuller Co. "' EVERY DAY The Municipal J ' Water 8z Electric I Departments Serve the ,k University "On call every day at every h0lll'H Phone 1663 5: ----' fntfis - -2. vgktg, ' 32 East llth, Eugene, Ure. awk 9 e I out gil-:- 5 Packers of Oregon's Choicest VEGETABLES - FRUITS - NUTS N I Eugene Fruit firowers Association gtlzefmjs Qigt Genfefz " I 032 Willamette Street :: ::,:::::: .- .- .-:::::.- .- if 15 ! 0 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 1 'I 'I Eugene, Oregon if il I Mavor: How clo you like Euvene? 1 l , . C7 , Soldier: lts the lirst cemetery Ive ever seen with lights in it. .zz :U 133: A professor was giving his class an oral quiz and picked upon a particular- ly unfortunate specimen lor his most clillicult queries. "VVl1o signed the Magna Chartaf' No answer. "Wl1o was Bonny Prince Cl1arlie?,' No answer. "Wliere were you on l:riday?', "Drinking beer with a lricnd ol ininefi "How clo you expect to pass this course if you clrinlc beer when you should he in class? ul don't sir. I only came in to fix the P radiator." -Chaparral lm'i::x":mmm:x Ei: 'fofz the gesf l Dill Gleaning 4, -Extra Careful- " lr 4 41 cmd 'n 1 Q l if Delivery Service l l Try 3E Eugene Cleaners 3: l 245 E. Broadway l Phone 75 ' L :::: :::- 4 Portland's Oldest Exclusive Piano Store 'A' Collins SL Erwin Piano Co. 2nd Floor' Alfle1'wa.y Bldg. Brozulwav and Alder Stis. P0 tl l Oreg AR RU U iYour lnfvestment in a Free Future A Recognition ol Those Who Fought For That Freedom INVEST EVERY DOLLAR above actual living expenses in .'. WAR RU D I I 1 1 J,' f 50 Q aw ,I 2. ' V H we Vf -,1 if - 1" jf- at . I 1 A .1.,-,:,-5.1:.:5l,: , 1, ,N ii-5:43 vwv. X :11.E,.,fl,1-:':,:' ' QGPZS' . 80:16, of A, 0' M I fMrVm'wLO95 QSM? :h51iSi: IJA ,VV ,jul EV A i q: , in-115.1 6002 In ,,A.,, .,,,,, . A,,4 , . .. wb n a .31 .tfsf 1' 016036 . .'V' t il AV-: , , q A, '59 'fi' ii' as s - gwiao pe THE UGLY DUCKLING or ---Why Haven't I Heard This Song Before I-IIS IS TI-IE STORY of the Ugly Duckling who went to Oregon. We call her Ug for short, as everyone did. At home Ug wasn't an oddity-they all came that way. But because Ug wanted to go to college like other girls, her family decided to take a chance. They sent her in fine style. So she came up for rush week. On arrival at Eugene, all the Kvvamas and Phi Thetas greeted the cute little rushees and took them to the campus. Ug finally found a bus. But rush week was a decided disappointment. All of sorority row from the Alpha Phis to the AOPis ignored our heroine, except the Thetas who thought she was a character and saw a possibility of filling that one extra closet, and the Chi Os who half realized her inner qualities, and besides she might be good for politics. The Kappa rush chairman made another mistake, and gave her a bid. But Pan-I-lell Qonly an abbrevia- tion, of coursel Put a stop to it because of Ug's obvious indecision and the fact that all pledging must be legal- ized. Then little Ug went to her physi- ology class. The professor had already made out the seating chart and on seeing Ug, he murmured, "Must be getting absent-minded lately,', and hung Ug back in the Skelton closet. Then Ug heard about the Student Body. She thought that was a fine idea, so she joined. VVhen firmly established as a stu- dent in most of her classes, Ug found there was more to college. She must try to do some service for the institu- tion whose student union she was planning to use in the future. The Emerald seemed a good place to try her talents. But, as much as Uo craved M 'So -I D ,numInIninnuuunnlllnullulnlllnuInnlInnlnnnnnuunlnv, SHAWS 5 If sick-room appliances and 5 supplies become neces- 5 sary, come to us for your 5 needs. ulnululullun SHAW SURGICAL CO. Both Professional and Laity Trade Sohcited 1 Portland, Oregon companionship, that was too much. She glanced at the editor, she glanced at the managing editor, she took one last horrified look at The Monster, and fled. One night a man asked about little Ug. Said he, "Wliat is it?" That was her first and last blind date. So Ug would sit in the Side day after day, feeling the comfort of being with the gang-but the gang vvasn't with her. She haunted the libe at nights for a pick-up date, but even CC011fi111!8d on Page 361D 0 IIIIIIIIIIIIIIllIIIlIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlllllllllllllllllllllllIlIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII 2 -NOW- E More Than 5 Ever HEALTH IMPUIITANT - gnfe' .um onomucn F Q 3 - . E J-some menu: ' E - Z-E1 Ep' " E : 4 in S E Phone 393 Eugene E llllllllllllllllllllllIIIIlIlIllIIIllIlIIIIllllllIlllllIllllIIIIIllllllllllllllllllllll '- Greetings to the Graduating Class 1944 Glad S Gilhert x "Artistic in Detail" Hclaretul in Finials Uljriendly in Service" Iii? 708 S. W. Morrison Portland, Oregon Phone Be 0129 Wfalking to reduce, girlie? No. Reduced to walking. Victory Garden- Some women do have a sense ot humor. Not long ago we were on a street car and passing a stretch of newly laid cement pavement-as you know they sprinkle it with a garden hose to keep down the temperature while it hardens. One of the ladies on the car stuck her head out of the window and yelled to the working man . . . "Mister, you're wasting your timeg nothing will ever grow there." ,Qitx1-0:01011114mioioiniuioioiauzo 0 ' l . I URS ! c Y g pp,sntoNP35t Q Women's g and - Misses' Q ! Apparel i i Coats 2 Suits ' D - : i IGSSGS ! i Millinery - and ' i . l i Accessories l Q g Beauty' Parlor 3 on Balcony 3 Hadleyrs 5 l ! i ! i 1004 Willamette l - -. , :.!. nu 4-' 1 ii 5 5 WL - ' Engene's Largest and Finest Hotel There was a young Happer named Ruth Stepped out one night with a youth To a masquerade ballg She wore no dress at all. VVhen asked what she was she said, "Truth!" THE UGLY DUCKLING CCO1'1ii711l8D1 from Page 3601 that ended in a single feature with Ug the only character. The only time Ug ever had a hot neck was when she tried to iron her collar while the blouse was still on, No one told her to take her neck out. Then there was the time she sat in the kitchen waiting for the ice man -but even he gave her the cold shoulder. . Ug was iinally convinced that when other girls got looked over, she got overlooked. From then on, three-time- loser Ug was often seen at the zoo looking for the wolves she was con- vinced were there. U g was utterly lost and bewildered. She had no place where she was wanted and appreciatedg her fond hopes of University life were blasted. Disconsolately she packed her bag and made preparations to go home. Then, the miracle came. Ug at last found her place. She was looked up to and admiredg she was at last fam- ous, a BWOC. After a few prepara- tions could be made, Ug would be the center of many a cheer. Yes, Qregon will have a football team when Fall Term comes around. MORAL: Don,t laugh at that horse- faced girl next to you. She may be a horse all the time. 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Some kiss fast, Some kiss slow. Those that don't kiss I donit know. Z "Everything Photographic" E for the AMATEUR PHOTOGRAPHER 5 I..et us have your exposed film for Prompt, Careful E Photofinishing EASTMAN KODAK STOR ES, INC. 709 S. XY. XYushington St., Portl and, Orc. unlu:uuunnnunluunnunluuuun ff 1445 avi? 9119 STATE - WIDE BANKING SERVICE Branches ot this bank are located in the follow- ing Oregon cities to serve as your Hnancial head- quarters! Albany Astoria Athena Burns Eugene Corvallis Grants Pass Junction City Medford Mt. Angel Ontario Oregon C'ty Pendleto Portland Redmond Roseburg S l Ia ath Falls a em K m La Grande McMinnville St, Helens The Dalles fxfia U 'ted States Naigonal Bank MEMBER F-' D I C 'Pi Professor: You missed my class yes- Barber: You say youive been here terday, didn't you? before. I don't remember your face. Blank: Not in the least sirg not in Student: Probably not. It's healed the least. up now. f-:::::::.A:::::g:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::.-:::: fy I I I SHEET MUSIC SER V ICE CO. 1+ l I 618 S. IV. Park Avenue, Portland, Oregon I I I I Call - Phone - Write ' Ps For I I I I 1, M U s 1 c ,I li Maud McCawley,wMgr. BEacon 0466 I 4 L:,,,,,,,:,,,,::,.-:: -..:,,:::- :,,:,,,-,,,,,,,i -1- , 1. T- 1 N North Pacific College of Oregon i School of DENTISTRY FOUNDED 1898 1 Offers the Following Professional Course: g SCHOOL OF DENTISTRY: A four-year course leading to the degree of Doctor of Dental Medicine. Requirements for admission are: Two years of Liberal Arts credits, including English, chem- istry, biology and physics and one-half year of organic chemistry. SPECIAL COURSES OF TRAINING: Covering one and two years of Medical and Dental As- sistants, Laboratory Technicians and Dental Hygienists. I THE ANNUAL SESSIONS BEGIN MARCH lst, 1944, AND NOVEMBER 16th, 1944 ' For bulletins relating to the various courses and opportunities in the different fields, address THE REGISTRAR N. E. Sixth Ave. and Oregon St., Portland, Ore. s 9 363 ' A Surgeon to attendant: Get the name of the accident victim so we can tell his mother. Attendant Cthree minutes laterl: He says his mother knows his name. Fish: May I come near you? Date: No, I'm afraid if you do you'll . . . Fish: No. honestly I won't. Date: Wl13tIS the use then? f if -. :ftgicfiiiig ' 23'f:f-j',,13E35E2E1i1i :3:,:gg5:5zr"'1:gg::s:5,. -- - ' is ,y': '2" t . is sis? 422: 5.:1.:.:...:.... 4-f :es 22--1-:r:11r:r:rff:fmvs., '55 I . A qty. is . : 1:1219 3151 :5:g:5: tc. p?3':f'Q1 .F ?'f,..5,.. ,Q ft ,vf-N X 'wx ' 2332-,JQz55is5s5s5fg1wiz,-E55 , PS 1 H Q .,.,,,, . 1 " zgzizgzizisgaefgf . 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Yfafifi22.5:52f' .t I .sa ess 5 i a 5 '- 13 : ":2: I : EL . .:.. . t Q l fig' lst drunk: Hey, bud, do you know what time it is? I wanna set mv watch. 2nd drunk: Sure, 10:30. I lst drunk: Thanks. 2nd same: You got it set? lst ditto: Yeah. Second: VVhat time is it? First: 10:30. Second: Thanks. I forgot to bring my Watch. I Mit 1 ., "VVaiter, there's a fly in my soup." "VVait 'til you see the coffeef, N Ca ually our for the Campu Wise Co-eds are learning that Wards are continual- ly otierinq better and better merchandise at th r i t t Y prices. Whether it is a cas- ual dress, a sweater 'and 1 skirt, or a fur coat that is needed, Wards are sure to have the quality you Want at the price you Wish to pay. 'kk ontgomery Ward 1059 Willamette Phone 4200 Q J 364 "Goodness, George, this isn't our babv. Fl his is the wrong carriagefi ' L "Shut up. This is a better carriage." if Eb "John, dear, I'm to be in amateur theatricals. VVhat will people say when l wear tights?,' "Fl-hey'll probably say l married you for your money." 1, at V rg 1:22- Over proverbs I often ponder- "Absence makes the heart grow fond- i, er, And sentiment of a different kind: "Out of sight, is out of mind." Both have been tried, dear, Andboth are true- The first with me, the last with you. iii? 452- Bus conductor, calling from the upper deck: Is there a mackintosh down there big enough to keep two young ladies warm? Voice from below: No, but there is a MacPherson that's willing to try. "Oflicer, come quickly. I've just run over a student." "Sorry, lady, todays Sunday. You can't collect your bounty until tomor-. row morning." -5 F5 M Auctioneer: VVhat am I offered for this beautiful bust of Robert Burns? Man in crowd: That ain't Burns. Thats Shakespeare. Auct: VVell, folks, the jokes on me. That shows what I know about the Bible. Quuullnlululn ununnu : THE 5 BROADWAY ' isa ' 5 Home-Owned. Independent Q Department Store : featuring Quality Merchandise in E Ready-to-wear and dry goods S at 20 and 30 East Broadway Eugene. Oregon The English language is a funny thing. Tell her that time stands still when you look into her eyes and she'll adore you, but just try telling her that her face would stop a clock! ff .y M2 M is? ak"I,d like to rent a horse." if - Y 1 uf! I Iou ong. "The longest you've got-there'll be five of us." i'She walks with a decided jerk." "Yes, isn't he." ' J: 21, iw Sigma Nu pledge: Theres a sales- man outside with a lady. Senior: Tell him I'll take her. And then there was the Scotchman who spent six months in occupied France looking for a free French woman. . ff-1 ,M .,, 'khlotherz Mabel, get OPE that young mans lap. i Mabel: Like hell I willg I got here first. va, IV ar commentators are People who . . . Lecture to the women's clubs In manner suave and solemn. Also find the time to write A syndicated column, Air the latest war news To a palpitating throng, And draw a Princely salary For guessing right-or wrong. Eugene's Most Exclusive Shoe Store ale vii- f Q Men's, WOIUBHIS and Chi1dren's 7 ' In1uIInlnnnnInInnllnlunlnnnnlnnlnunnnnnuin ,F r 'n ii Q 'I' 'fa '15 V319 ...V . fi Qi! ,- '5 - Q gi n' I .5:ff1e7 - " X AQ: S .n s :i4 5 . -. ,, L , 4 2 K 'Vx 3 " X ,I I Ji X 'f j N . , , K y at Q s H ' 313 I I I "' s , I -rw E f V-A X ' ', gm , X t if! ' f ll , b 'x U s r 1 gf A 3 v, -X 1 V- 1 :- 'Y ,c.t.:.-:ci , B A X-'P ' t , g-.Y . - -I' , , ' ' .. . . tt f xg M . - ffffr .2 QM X f XY , V lst firf Hello. Yes, I Did Say Gordon's iii? rv-::f:::::::::-:::::::-:::4 "I hear the Executive Committee is I: trying to stop neckingf, 9 If , that so? First thing you know If theyll he trying to make the students Stop too" . 8 "It's our pleasztre to serve yon" Q O , 4-PGIICBD 5 1: ,.,.. l lr S 1, t ' " Three full ll It' If rt tl - t G I 't rks Psych Lecturer: I speak the lang- jr Floors of 1, 5 3 HC T-1 OIC OU 5 UL - ' 1 I ' . ' 3 uaoe of the woods. 'l ' oHer a review or much thats C ' ' ' - " D I' htf I " Voice in hack ol room: Next time 2 e lg U :, interesting monthly in Vngue, you see a skunk, ask him what the In Surprises :I H ,, rp e IS Mademoiselle ' vi H . . n , C 1 .' 116115 the "'S1de2'- . li 'I Glamour. Yet while they're -Pelican it T, I I I ,H . d 4, f ,,,,, 1' le P me WWE lm" fm 1. constantly alert to the new, wif 4: The Best of Everytizing :I , , , 1, ,I they ve caretully avoided pass- 'kul had to marryyyou to find out how if 1: ing fads and fancies! You can stupid you were. .I 840 Vvillamette Phone 1090 If 'de end on GOI-Cilon fashions. .. 1 4 P You ought to have known that ,Q 1: when I asked vou." 2,,,-.: .... :,,:,w IAI, :::::j ,-- - -- s ELLIQTTQ GROCERY G .1 ' .Ur UH A Complete Food Store A Bakery and Delicatessen fl Fmeffdljf Sfme A Market of Fresh Meats and Poultry A Large Assortment of Staple and Fancy Groceries Owvned and Operated Fresh Fruits and Vegetables by Edgar L. Rice Phone 95 Cor. 13th and Patterson 'Q ' 7 l 365 Right on flue ob, an Cllgtefz- A-'A X.. W " 1 if 1" '- . ,f 4 ff' .9 Tam "' NX. -an . Ea' 1 '. Zz. Q1 - ' fx Q ,ME we fiigffjfiffllf' kv 1 fi' 9 h .s-" j 'F .. 4 , 9' 4: SJ" Ag Fife-1 ,,. W Q, gr . V I If I N ii? 1 f' 5 gn , :2: ' 5 1 ,gf 1 ! 'lf I JI 3 I 3 7, 11 'T l I j f if ' V' .ff ,1g,.'r, V , ,- gf! ff, ,gt .P 4 f :: 1 5 - : ,1zni':,. 35 'if 44 ,3 s , Vi. From Shorthand to shopping . . From class room to "coke date" . . . jaunty "Carlye" creations are smart, dressy and practical, See us for all types of apparel for The Co-eel. Sizes T to 17 I-Iermanek's 366 Hi' HEAVEN LY A reporter had been sent to cover a great mine disaster. He was so im- pressed by all that he saw that he tried to indicate all the emotion and hero- ism that he saw around him in that vast panorama of death. In a telegram which he sent to his editor, he began, "God sits tonight on a little hill over-looking the scene of disasterf' His editor wired back, "Never mind disaster-interview Godn and conclude ed with "Get picture if possible." QuinnllInnlInlunnununulnlulnnunnmunnlnulunn Gentlemen may prefer blondes, but the fact that blondes know what gentlemen prefer has a lot to do with it. .ifrn 'fYou're Mae VVest, aren't you?" HHell, no. lim June Wlest, thirty days hotter than Mae." -2? E?- ELF A deaf woman entered a church with an ear trumpet. Soon after she had seated herself, an usher tiptoed over and whispered, "One toot, and out you gofi ant to make ' a DREAM come itrue. The dream of STUDE Toro The dream of STUDENT UNION has been fore most in the minds of University men and women for so many years novv that the idea of a place where all stu-' dents can congregate. relax, eat, dance, hold meetings, play bridge-has become almost a legend. The renewed drive for STUDENT UNION, start' ed in the fall of 1943, promises to transform the legend, the dream into a reality. An all-campus planning commis- sion and committees from every class have been organized and are working overtime to assemble the million-and one ideas that working plans for STUDENT UNION require. Most impo-rtant of all, is the pledge of University o-Hicials that STUDENT UNION will be No. I on the campus post-war construction list-assurance enough that the stuff STUDENT UNION dreams are made of are 2 no longer Freudian. You can help by pledges of money, elfort, or ideas. We need all three in stratospheric quantities. STU- X DENT UNION for all students, naturally should be the product of all the students. Let it be said that each of us laid a brick in the foundation of our STUDENT UNION. Courtesy KEN NELL ELLIS Papa loved Mama, ' ' ' "" ' "' " ' "' "" Qiairiay love-:cl meng I 'aizg terra' 'rg iDag5!ZfT1re Pinfel SCIE TIFIC SUPPLIES CQ SEATTLE., WASH. A sensible girl is not so sensible as she looks because a sensible girl has more sense than to look sensible. Jw VVe heard about the tipsy pre-med the other night who called up Dr. VVasserman of national lame and when the good doctor answered the phone our inebriated friend said. "Hello, is this Dr. VVasserman?,' The voice said "Yes" Our friend said, "Are you positive? .gc 33, 232: Preacher: Modern dancing is mere hugging by music. VV hat shall we do to relorm it? Half asleep AST U on back SGZIII Cut out the music. -:ear A man received an indecipherable prescription from his doctor. After it had been made up by the druggist it was returned to him. and he used it for two years as a pass on a railroad, gained admission to dances, movies, andltheaters, while, in the evenings, his daughter used to practice it on the piano. if ?h :se Home is where you can scratch any place that itches. 0 5 t Q 1 :mel e g 'IIN giililrrt ,X on the cznnpus mr. muh illllra. Nvmtnu Smith Q y Laboratory Supplies - - Reagent Chemicals We earnestly solicit your ivfrqufivies amd orders 5 'II I ll II I ll ll I llll IIIIII l Iuullllllllnnnllllnlull an I ll ll .+0"SQv S '29 If 2 ul P WANG? THE IRWIN-HODSON COMPANY PRINTERS - LIT H OGRAPHERS 439 N.W. FIFTEENTH, PORTLAND We are proud of having Lithographed the 1944 Oregana 1 3 A - Aalvik, Norma .,............ 289, Abbott, Suzanne ,..... 238, Abrams, Symour ...,. , .A..... . 334 324 255 274 Ab t, Reed .. ........,.,..... . .......-. . Adair, Marilyn ...,. .,,,,,........ Adams, Carl ...A ............. L Adams, Georgia ,,.......... 233, Addington, Leo .................... 316 247 334 255 247 Addleman, Roy ,... ,.,,,...... Aclelman, Leo ...... .......A Adklson, John .......... ..... ...... 248 274 Alber, Rosemary ........,,,...,... Albrecht, James ..,....... 264, Albriton, Wvilliam ..............A. Alderson, Mary ......... ........ Alexander, Jean 312 265 264 ll' J 322 338 A lford, Mary Ann ....,......... 248 272 Alford, Willizxni ................,... 274 Allard, Kenneth .....,.............. 255 Allen, Browning' .... ,.,.., l 16, 117 Allen, Charlotte ......... ,..,....... 3 42 Allen, Darwin ..., ........... 2 48 Allen, Dean Eric .....,............ 51 Allen, Edith ...........,. .,.201, 298 Allen, Edwin .,.,.. ,,....,.. 1 63, 350 Allen, Marcia .........,...,.......... 330 Allen, Mardell ......,...,, 74, 75, 76 Allen, Marjorie ....,,,.,..,.......... 326 Alley, Virginia ........,............. 342 Allingham, Marjoire .... .,.,.. 3 10 Allison, Peggy ......,............... 314 Almeyer, George ...........,....., 247 Allsop, Roy ..........................,. 247 Amacher, Phyllis .......... 60, 313 Amato, Joseph .........,.,..,....... 68 Ambler, Margaret .,....,....... 342 Amendola, Vincent ......,..... 263 Ames, Jill ............,.,.........,.,... 310 Ames, Nancy ..,,.,..,...,,........ 60, ,62, 93, 96, 97, 186, 187, 336 Amonette, Edward .... 272, 277 Anderson, Ada .,..........,.,...., 231 Anderson, Eleanor .............. 208 Anderson, Eva ..,l...........,.... 231 Anderson, Floyd .. ..,.,.......... 248 Anderson, Frances ............ 292 Anderson, George .... 130, 264 Anderson, Irvin .........,,.,,...... 259 Anderson, Richard ...... , ,.,.,,, 274 Anderson, Les .....,......,,,. 06, 107 Andreason, Gordon .,,......,.. 270 Andelotti, Flavio ...........,,,,, 260 Anthony, James ...... ....,... 2 70 Anthis, James .....,..........,..... 256 Anthony, James . ............,.... 270 Anzenberger, Robert , ..,.... H248 Ariosto, James . Arndt, James ,..., Arnett, Joseph ,........... 1272, Aston, Richard . 277 Atchison, Virginia .... 38, 320 Austin, James ....,.. ..,,.,.. 2 48 Avcnell, Patsy .,,,, .,,.,,,,,,,, 2 00 Averill, Edward ,,,,..,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 146 Averill, lllajor W. ....., SO, 244 Aya, Allison ..,.... Ayer, Barbara Ayer, Beverly ..... .... . 201, 292 Ayres, Palmer .... ........,... 3 44 B Baccelin, Luke .. ,................. 346 Backstraml, Rosemary .... 330 Bagley, Barbara ..............,... 336 Bagwell, Robert . ..,.....,,...... 248 Bailey, Fred ......,........ ........ 2 72 Bailey, Mary .,,.. ...........,,......, 3 28 Bailey, Owen ....,. 22, 2-18, 265 Baird, Dean David .,............ 67 Baird, Glenn , .............. .....,. . Baker, Baker, Baker, Baker, Baker, Charles ...... ........ G eorgt- .... ....,,,. John ,...... ...,.... Lynn ..... ,..... . . Nancy ..,.... .,,... . . Rakes, XVilliam .,..,, ,.., . Bakewell, Dayton ..,..,,., Ball, Elsie .....,.,,..,, ,... .........i.. Ball, Margaret .............. 209, Ballard, Robert Balsiger, Phyllis .. Barclay, Coleen Barclay, Geflney Barclay, John .... G0 248 22 257 310 326 264 248 342 294 68 330 308 GS 26-1 AME A D PICTURE INDEX Barker, Burt ...............- .-.----- 2 9 Barker, George .................. 248 Barnes, Bette Lee ..,... 183, 308 Barnes, Charles .,,................, 262 Barnett, Bernard .....l........ 248 Barnett, Mary ....... ....l... 3 26 Barr, Sally ..,.............. ........ 3 04 Barringer, Janet ....l...... . .... 336 Barth, Roberta ....,............... 290 Bartlett, Patricia ........ 60, 316 Bartlett, Robert .......... 139, 255 Barftling, Jerry .................. 248 Bashaw, Pat ,........ . ........... 306 Bastin, Edward ..... ...248 Bauer, Jean .....,..... .,,..... 3 00 Bauer ,VVilliam ...... ......., 2 48 Baverman, ,Max ................ 262 Baxter., Roberta ,...,..,... l.... 3 42 Beach, Loren ..,.,.,..,,,.. 139, 257 Beachler, Donald .....,.........,.. 272 Beagley, Kenneth ................ 248 Bealer, Barbara .................. 310 Bean, Janet ..,.....,................... 324 Beard, Beatrice ...,.,...... 183, 292 Beard, Marilyn ..,...,.,,., 183, 310 Beard, Marty ...........,.......,.... 179, 191, 227, 294 Beard, Paul ,....... . ......... 266, 340 Beat, Jay ,,,.... . .,............... ..... . .261 Beattie, Virginia 183, 234, 308 Beattie, VVilliam ............,.,. 86 Beaulieu, NVi11ia.rn ,......,,.,...,. 248 Beck, Miriam ,.......,...,..,......., 336 Bee, Frank ..,............... 139, 264 Beers, Albert ...............,.,.... 351 Befus, Leah .....,...... 42, 45, 328 Begleries, Nick 110, 111, 11.2 Belknap, Deborah .....,...,.,,.,. 298 Belknap, George ,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,, 31 Bell. John .................. ..,.,...... 2 48 Benge, Audrey ...,,,,.....,.,,.... 290 Bennett, Betty ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 76, 314 Bennett, Earl ..,..,..,,,,.,.l,,,,,,,, 344 Bennet, Frances ,.,. ..... ' ....... . .310 Bennet, Richard .,..,. 266, 340 Bennison, James ....94, 266, 340 Bentel, Richard ,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,, 248 Bentivegna, Philip .... 139, 248 Bentley, Barbara. ..l... 76, 294 Bentley, Mary .,,..,,.......,...., . ..........,....,.., so, 65, 91 95, 174, 177, 181, 287, 288, 326, 327 Bentz, Yvilliam ,........,,..,,....,., 273 Benveniste, Samuel ......,,.. 344 Bercovitz, Gerald ,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,, , 344 Berkeley, Edward .,,,l.,.,,,,,,,, 255 Bernstein, Boris ...,........... N248 Bernstein, Seymour .,..170 274 Berry, Elmer .,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,.,,, 'IS Best, Clebern ......... ,,,....,.., 2 74 Best, XVendell ,,,,,, ,,,, , 60 Beverly, John ...... , ,,,,,,, 257 Bevil, Betty ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 95 Bevins, Howard ,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 274 ' 260 Blalek, Eugene ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Bianco, Joseph ,,,,,,,,,,,, 139, 248 Bibby, Albert .,,,.,,,.,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,, 2 61 Biddle, Reason ,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 258 Bienvenu, Robert ,,,,, .,,,,,,, 2 G4 Billick, Barbara ..,., ........ 3 04 Billings, .Tack .,,,,. ,,,.,,,, 2 05 Bissett, Robert ..... .,...... 3 50 Bittner, Jules ,,,,,, .,.,.,., 7 1 Black, Charles ,.,.,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 261 Black, Margaret ............ 38, 292 Blackburn, Robert ....,...,,.... 257 292 Blair, Barbara ...... 192, 194 Black, Seymour . ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 261 Blasingame, Barbara ...... .. Biasingame, Jack ....,.,,,..... 308 346 Blenkinsop, Marianne ........ so, -348 Bley, Ruth .,,.......,,..,,.,. W ,,,,.,, 292 Bline, Norman .,,,...,,.,,.,,,,,,1 68 Block, Harold ,.,,,,, , ,,,,,,, 257 Blue, James . ............,.,.r.....,,,,, 248 Blum, George ......,,.,...,,,,,,,,,,, 264 Blumenthal, Jack 22, 262, 265 Blunt, Clarkson . ....,.........,.. 257 Bodnar, Theodore ................ 257 Began, Jacqueline ..... , ......,, Boggess, LaRue .,...,,.. .....,.. Bohl, Jean ....,,..,..,.,.. .,.,.. Bohn, I-Iarlowe .,... ...... 233 330 332 274 Boklan, Jacovie ...... ,,,..,,..,. 3 06 Boles, Nancy .,.,,... ...,,,. 7 7, 326 Boller, Dorothy ...... .... - .,.., 3 10 Boody, Allan ,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,.,,,,,,, 248 Boone, Arliss ...........,,,,...,.,,.. 191, 148, 209, 292 Booth, Margaret ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 332 Borgen, VVyona ,.....,...,.,,,,,,,, 298 Borrevick, Vvally ....,.,. 160, 167 263 270 58 324 310 Bosnyk, Paul ....... ....... Bovyer, George ...... ....... Bowen, Ray ........................,... Bowerman, Sally ,.......,......... 183, 288 Bowers, Patricia ..,............. Bowman, Roberta .,...,........ 314 Boyd, Rose Marie .,..,,.. 183 206 Boyer, C, Valentine ............ 58 Boyle, Betty .......,.,....,........... 308 Boylen, Tom .............,.. 117, 118 Bradshaw, Clifford ........,...,. 271 Brace, Shirley ...........,,......... 342 Braden, Jean ................., 77, 290 Bradford, Virginia .............. 300 Bradley, Venita ........, ........ 3 30 Bradt, Charis .....,..,............,., 342 Brady, Kathleen .................. 316 Brandiger, Frederick ........ 243 Brandt, Robert .................... 273 Brannely, Maudlouise ........ 308 Bray, George ,... 160, 164, 344 Brayton, Virginia 60. 77, 322 Brenneman, Eileen ...... ......., 3 20 Breese, Melvin ......,..,, .....,, . 68 Brekke, David ......,..., .... 2 50 Brekken, Burdette .............. Brennemna, John ..... ........ 259 272 Brewster, Ross ..,... ,...,... 2 74 Brice, Jean ...........,.. ,..,..., 3 00 Bricken, Irving' ....,.- .261 Briggs, Jeanne ..l... ......,.... 2 92 Brintz, John ..l...,.....,.......,..,.. 262 Brohert, Frances ...,.,..,. 76, 342 Brockelbank, Leslie 234, 324 Brockman, Paul .................. 257 Brockway, Jean C, .... 213, 334 Brokaw, Dean ..... ...........,... 2 71 Brooke, Margaret .............. 320 Brooksbank, Richard ........ 346 Brown, Arleen ........,.,. 287, 338 Brown. Alice ........l..... 200. 342 Brown, Ann .,.,..,,,,..,..... 183, 314 Brown, Benjamin .,.......,...,.. 272 Brown, Beverly .,...............,,. 330 Brown, Dolores ........,.........,. 304 Brown, Lauren ......,..... 264, 265 Brown, Mollie ..... .... ......,... 3 2 0 Brown, Ray .. ........,... .....,..,.. 3 46 Brownei Barbara ..... ,....... 3 16 Browne, Charleen ...,,..,...... 302 Brownell, Nancy .,...........,...... 195, 190, 296 Bruce, Doris .................... 60 322 Bruce, Kenneth .,,....... 130, 255 Brueck, Valentine .,.........,,. 250 Bruhn, Dorothy .....,........,..... 300 Brundage, Louise .A... ..,..... 2 92 Bruneau, Charles ......,. 248 Brunell, Virginia ,...... .290 Brunsman, Loren ..., , ..,..... 272 Bryant, Lucille ,.... .,..... , .77 334 Brzyski, Stanley ,....... ...,... ...260 f Bubalo, John ..,... 100, 1.11, 113 Buchsbaum, Gerald ..... ,,.... .248 Buckingham, Alice ..,,,.,.......,, 289 348 Buckles, June .,.......,,..,.. 60, 318 Bucknell, Martha .,..,...,....... 312 Budiseliek, Anne .. ........ 322 Buerger, Bernard .,,.. ........ 2 48 Builington, John .. .... ........ 2 62 Bunting, Dick .......... .....,.. 3 46 Burdick, Edward ...........,.,.... 248 Burdick, Jackie ..,....... ,.., -1 8 328 Burge, Louise ,.,,....,,....,,,,,,,,,, 32S Burhans, Clinton ..,,,,,,,,,i,,,, 257 Burk, Morgan .,,...,,...,,,,,,.,,,, 248 Burlingham, Marion ..,. -15 320 Burnham, Elaine ,.,,,,i,,,,,.,,, 348 Burns, Richard .....,,,,,,,,,i,,,,,,, 111 266, 340 Burris, Marilyn ................., 328 Burris, Patty .....................,.. 304 Bush, Betty ..................., 80, 348 Bush, Mary ........ 177, 195, 326 Butler, Betty .,,,.. 234, 288, 314 Butler, Bonnie .,....,...,... 203, 320 Butler, Herbert ...........,........ 257 Byers, Phyllis . .... .,......... 3 38 Byers, Audrey ..... ,,,,.,, 3 38 Byrne, Charles , ..... ,.,..... 2 6 Byrne, Frances ...... ....... 2 72 C Cabe, Virginia ,.,....,,.,. ......, 3 04 Cable, Capt. C. D. .,.. ....... 2 70 Cady, Maxine .......,........ 76, 31-l Cairns, Jack ........................ ............179, 190, 289, 346, 347 Calder, Charlotte ................ 96, 175, 334 Calef, Rosalie .,.................... 320 Calhoun, Dorothy .............. 348 Callahan, Daniel .... Callierate, Dolninie Calogge, Rene .,....,... Cameron, Beverly .... Cameron, Cameron, James Leonard .. .. ....... 257 68 .. ...,... 260 308 .,.,,.....,,24N Campbell, Donald ...... ....... 1 17 Campbell Gloria ...,.... ....,..... 3 18 Campbell, Lynn .................... 322 Campbell, Marilyn ............ 55, 130, 137, 292 Campbell, Virginia ,......,...... 324 Canfield, James ...........,........ 272 Cantrell, Evans ............ 346,200 Cantrell, Thomas .... 139, 264 Capece, Joseph ........,,.......... 262 Caples, Vifillis .............. 266, 340 Carkin, Jean ........ 75, 149, 298 Carlisle, Nancy .................... 336 114 Carlson, Roy ............... .111, Carnes, June ........................ 348 334 Carpenter, Janet .... 233, Carpenter, Julie ...,.... 60, 300 Carpenter. Wfesley ............ 117 Carr, James , ..................,...... 248 Carr, Thomas .............., 139, 256 Carroll, Beverly .....,..,....... 209 213, 300 Carter,, Barbara ................ 292 Carter, Dorothy .... 60, 119, 318 Carter, John ........................ 256 Cartier, Natalie ........,.,.... ...312 Cartozian, Gloria ..... .. ..... 310 Cartozian, Nuvere .............. 306 Case, Lora .......,.,,................... 287, 288, 336, 337 Casebeer, Shirley .......... 61, 314 Casey, Eileen ........................ 300 Casterline, Vilinifred .......... 338 Caunp, Eugene ...........,........ 257 Caviness, Bob .... 110, 111, 163 Cellars, Allen ................ 266, 340 Cenkner, Edward ................ 248 Chabina, Alfred ...... ........... 2 48 Chadwick, John .................... 262 Chafe, Polly .......................... 324 Chambers, Charles .... 139, 264 Chamberlain, Robert Champ, XVil1iam ........ ....... ...,...,261 .262.. Chaney, Margaret .............. 322 Chapler, Doris ....,............... 294 Chapman, Anne .... 38, 183, 326 Chapman, Pat .................... 328 Chappell, Ruth ...................... 324 Charbonneau, Peter .......... 272 Charleston, 'Warren ,...266 340 Charlton, Nancy ................ 328 Chase, Alice .....,...... .......,... 3 42 Chase, Lowell ........ Chase, Mary Lou ....... Chathurn, Betty ....... ........350 Chebetar, Vincent ........... 2 ......,.296 ...24S Chehak, Melba ..,................ 1348 Chenoweth, Bruce .............. 248 Cherniss, Irwin .......,.. 272, 277 Cherry, Howard ..... ............... 6 8 Childs, Betty .,.,.... .................. 3 10 Childs, Gordon .. .......... 266, 340 Childs, Sally ........................ 326 Chimienti, Margaret .....,..,. 200 Ching, Gilbert ........,...... ......... 6 0 Chinick, Nap ............. ....... 2 62 Chisholm, Alice .................... 330 Christensen, Bette .............. 33 Christiansen, Charles ....... . GS Christensen, Elvin .............. 119 Christensen, XVarren , ....... 266, 340 Christopherson, Madelle .. Christos, Eugene ................ 271 Church, Marion .................... 336 Church, Myrtle .... , ................. 334 Churchman, Phyllis .....,...... 4 Churillo. 'Michael ...... Clsek, John ...... ........ Claiborne, Carole . ..... Clapp, John ............... Clark, Aileen ......... Clark, Betty ...... .....,. Clark Clark Clark: Clark, Clark Clark: Clark, Charles .......... Dan .............. 50 Edwin ...... ....... ......,260 312 ...,...264 326 248 v S7 Douglas ...................... 344 ' 248 68 Frank .... James ...... Joyce ....., .......24S ..,....336 271' 7 Clark, Roy ......,..,,....,..,.,.,,,,, 1.257 213 Clark, R, D. . ,,,,,,,,,A,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , Clause, Lois ....,......, 237, 294 Clayton, Bettie .......,,......,,.., 2516 Clear, Dorothy ......,... .,- ..... 114 Cleary, John ,v,.....A.. ,,,,,,,,, 2 48 Cleveland, Robert ................ 271 Cline, Gerald ...,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,, Y,,.,,, 2 74 Cloud, Gloria .,.. .,....., 1 Til 336 Cloud. Pat ....,.. ., ,,,l,,,,,,,,,4, 107 Cluelow, J, G, ,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,, , ,257 Coates, Angela f.. ......,...,257 Cochrane, Carl ..........,, 274 C Oates, G eorge ..,,, Cochran, Marcia , ..,... . 183 Cochran, Quienten ,........ ...,, Cochran, John .,....,.... Cocks, Edwin ,..,...... Coffee, W. E. , ..... . Cohen, Donald ..... Cohen, Leon ,.,... ,,,,, Cole, Loraine ...,... ..,.. Coleman. Lois ,.,..., ...... Colen, Sheldon ,,..,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,wA Collier, Phyllis ....,......... 61, Collins, Charles .....,.. ........ Collins, Ruth Kay ....,,..,.. Collins, Virginia ....... Colton, Frances ...,...,....... Columbus, Gennaro .,..,. Colver, Donald ,...,,,,,,,,, Comish, Newel H. ......,... . Conklin, Eugene ....,.......... Conklin, Maurine ...,.... 234 Conley. John .,.,...,...,.,,..... , Conn, James ..........,,,, ,.,, 2 74 Connelly, Brian ......,.......... Connett, Marjorie ....... Conroy, YVilliarn ,... Constance, Clifford ......... Contryman, Patricia Cook, Carol l .,...,,,,...,..,....., T7 Cook, Darwin ....,....... . Cook, Donna ,... Cooke, Donovan ..., Cooley, James ..... Coombs, Betty ..... Coombs, Jean .......... Coombs, Shirley .... Cooper, Donald ...., Cooper, Lillian Cooper, Ursula Copeland, Jane Cordell, Shirley ...... Cordon, Marge ........ Corey, W'illian1 -201, Corkran, Jane .,........,. .. ., Cornacchia, Marcel .,.,, ,.., Cornell, Anson ................... Corrigan, Mary ........ -1 , ..,..., , ..., ...,.,. 15-l, 1110, 11.1, 292 GS 273 257 266 24S 243 334 314 262 326 255 2512 326 324 260 68 41 179 328 257 277 344 306 249 31 322 316 2451 316 GS 257 330 334 334 2-lil 304 48 330 336 336 257 304 346 224 342 Cory, Angus ......., ................. 2 64 Couvher, Margaret ....,.... 306 Cowan, Shirlev ................. 312 Cowlin, Marjorie 203, 205 326 Cox, Bob .......,.........,......,...,..... 249 Cox, Donald .,,,.,....,..... ......., 2 55 Cox, Ruth Ray ....... ,,......., . 1342 Coykendall. Dorothy .....,, 336 Crabb, Betty ,,,,.....,......,. 238 320 Crabtree, Janice .. ............. H305 Crave, Pat ........,.......... ...., 3 28 Craig, Doris .......................... 318 Cramer, Betty Lou . ....,.... 119 Cramer, Wyiiiietta ......... 318 Craven, Anne ...... ,...,. ...,., . .... . 177, 190, 206, 318 Crawford. Helen ....., ...,....... 3 00 Crnich, Anthony ............... 249 Crooks, Rue Aaron .......,.... 334 Crosland, Eleanor. , .... .....,.. 3 24 Croudace, James ....... .274 Crow, Joseph ......,..,.. .,1..,.. 2 74 Crynies, Ruth ,...,.. , ........ 248 Culp, Clyde .............,... ..... 6 R Cunningham, Joan .,..,,...... 42 Curcio, Anthony ,.......... Currier, Dorothy .......... 77, Curry, John .....,.............,,. ..,. 2 57 249 33-1 Curtis. Marge ........,............. 52, 53, 54, 187. 287, Cushman, R. E. ..,... , Cuthbert, Robert ..... Czerwinski, Mattlicw Czuprynski, Ted ....... 2112, 293 S4 .,..,,,.,..257 ....,...262 D Dabrowski, XV. ..,.. ......... 2 56 Dahlberg, TV. A. ..... ......,.. 2 12 Dalilin, Freda .,.. ..,,......,,........ 3 22 Dainsherg, Harold ............,. 259 Dale, Lyle .................. ......... 2 49 Dalen, Leland ....... ...... 2 -15 Damiano, Frank ...,,,............ 260 Danclretta, Alexander ........ 263 Danner, Ernie ........................ 163 Darby, Cloydene .......,.,...,.,.. 322 Darby, Patricia .................... 201, 203, 308 Daugherty, George .......,,...., 272 Davidson, Berniece ...... 201 322 Davidson, Delmar .............. 2411 Davidson, Lorraine ............ 288, 294 Davidson, Norma ...,..,. 152, 292 Davies, Richard . ...... ,..,.,....... L 444 Davies, VVi1ilani .... ........... 2 49 Davis, 'Barbara ....., ........ 3 20 Davis, .Betty ...,..... ......,. 6 S Davis, .Betty R. ....... 2514 Davis, Beverly ..... ,.... . H290 Davis, Dorothy ,. ..... .336 Davis, Herbert ..... ...... . . 68 Davis, Mary E. ..,..........,,..... 316 Davis, Patricia ..,,.,,,.,,,,,,,,,., 342 Davis, Lt. R. G. .... 80, 139, 268 Davis, Vada ....................,....... 32S Deaderick. Jean ....,.. .,.,,.,. 3 20 'Del3nhr, Kathleen ..... ....... 3 OU Decker. Mary .. ...,,... ....,., 3 1-i Dovdon, Helen ........... .....,., 4 8 DQCou, Elizabeth .......... 77, 324 Deerson, Alycee .................... 306 Deffenhacher, Leola ...,...... 342 DoGrace, llary ,,,,,,,,,,.,.,,,,,,, 304 :DC-I2l:1'l1HlI, Dora ......., ....... 3 36 Deheo, Michael ...,................ 240 Debeonardis. John ....,...,.,,,, 260 Delloff, Nevena .................... 306 Delsman, Mary ...................... 320 Dumas, Betty .... ......... ........ 3 0 4 Dehlay. Karl ....,............. 272, 277 Delluth, Robert .......... 270, 277 Denfield. Jackie ........,......... 209 Denny, Valerie ...,. ,........ 3 16 Dellose, Isabel .........,.......... 310 Deiioss, Dorothy ................ 322 Deskin, XVillia.m .......... 270, 277 Deverell, Robert ..... , ............ 42 Deverell, Suzanne- ........ 61, 308 De1Yahl, David ..,................. 272 DeYoung', Eleanor ...... 201, 322 Diblile, Marge ........................ E12 Dick, Eileen .................,....., 338 Dick, Roger ...,.............. ...... . .. 94, 156, 266, 3-10 Dickson, Marcia ................., 308 Diersh, Helen .,..............,...., 300 Dilard, Shirlee ...... ....... 3 36 Dilling, Ron .... .......... ..,.... 1 1 9 Dittman, Donald . .......,....... 258 Dixon, Daniel ....,................... 261 Dixon, Dorothy .... .... 2 27, 318 Dixon, James .... ........... 2 71 Dixon, Lloyd ...... .,..... 2 72 Dixon, Mary .... ....,.. 2 312 Dixon, XVarren ....... 264 Dohbratz, John ..... ,...,..... 2 58 Dodge, Doris .......,. ..... 7 7. 348 Doherty, Victor ..... ..... 2 66, 340 Dodson, Alfred ......,. ..... , ...... 7 1 Dolney, Roman .......,..... ,,..... 2 60 Dolph, Joan ............ 54, 183, 191 1951, 201, 2051. 211, 234. 308 Dongarra, Joseph .......,......., 263 Donovan, Mickie .... ........... 2 96 Donovan, Phyllis ..... , ,......... 294 Donstecl, Betty ............ 200, 290 Dority, Arthur .,.................... 346 Dougherty, David ................ 272 Douglas, George .......,......,. 272 Douglas, Janet ........,. 76, 316 Downey, Barbara .............. 310 Downs, Charles ......,..,........ 249 Dozicr, Ruth .......... 54, 92, 316 Drake, Phyllis ..,.....,............. 330 Drake, 1Villiam ....,. . .,..,, 2411 Drause, Robert ...... .... ...251 Drehus, Richard , .,,.. ........ 2 58 Drenkle, Morris ......... ........ 1 17 Driscoll, Phillips .,... ., ...... 258 Droker, XVayne ...... ........ 2 60 Dropkin, Louis ...... ........ 2 62 Druart, XYillard ,,., .1 ..,,.... 240 Drnskin, Alice ..... ........ 3 06 Dubow, Harold ......... ...,,,. 2 62 Duebbert, Junette ..... ........ 3 30 Duffy, Mary ..............,,,.,,,.,.,, 292 Dundas, Betty Lou ............ 320 Dunn, Edward ........,.,,.,........ 258 Dunn, Kathryn ..... ....,.. ......... 234. 288, 308 Dunn, Mary Jane ..,,,,,,,,,.,,.. 61 64, 177, 287, 2288, 310, 311 Durcakel, Virginia ....,,,,,,,,,,,. 61 Durland, Velita Estey 318, 236 Dusek, Edwin .,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 272 Dussault, Henry ....,,,.,,.,,,,,,. 346 Dussin, Georgia 304. 305, 287 Dussin, Virginia .,.............,.. 30-1 Dwyer, Nora ..,,..,.,,,,,,, ,,.,.,,, 2 90 Dyonnent, TV. .. .,......260 E Eakin, Pat , ..... ..,.. , ....,. 3 16 Earel, Rosalie ...... ,... , 4,336 Earl, Marjorie ...... ....... 2 96 Earl, Virgil ......... ,,..,, 3 0 Easton, John ........ ...... 2 49 Easton, Roger ...... ,.,.., 2 49 Eliliert, Ardeth ..... ..... 0334 Ebertz, NVilliam ....... .,.,.. 2 451 Eccles, Doone ,..,.., . .......... 308 Eckert, Beverly .....,........... 332 Eel-ihardt, Ruth .........,,. 61, 320 Euklund, Sigue .,.. 76, 1515, 310 Edgerton, Shirley ,,.,,,,.,,.,,,,, 328 Edgette, Robert ..........,....... 249 lidinger, Gail .......,.......... 52, 296 Edmunds, Elizabeth .... 187, 312 Edmonds, Louana ...,,,,.,,,..,,, 48 Edwards, Gay ..................,,. 324 Edwards, Grace ....... .......... 3 38 Edwards, Jack .....,.......... 71 346 Edwards, James ........,,.. ,,.. . ,256 Edwards, Roberta ..,.. ...... 2 514 Edwards, Wexidell ,.,.. ...... 2 72 Edwards, Yvonne ,,,,, ,,,.,,,,,, 2 94 Eggertson, Bernard ......,,.,., 250 liic-kemeyer, Helen ..........,. 336 Eid, Elizabeth ........ 42, 45, 296 Elmer, Marge ....,. ..... ............. 3 1 4 Ellinwood, Robert ...... 266, 340 Elliott, Irving ..,., , ..,............. 272 Elliott, Mary Lee ....,........ 298 Elliott, Patricia ..,.... ...... 3 06 Ellsworth, Mary .......... ...... 3 12 Elmquist, Russell ,.,. ...... 272 Elston, Dorothy .,...... ,....,... 3 34 Emerson, Lloyd .,.. ............ 2 58 Emery, Betty ..........,..... 209, 2514 Enders, Walt ........................ 61 England, Donald ...... .... ..... 6 1 Englund, Harold ...... ...... 2 72 Eppley, Ralph ..,,,. ...... 2 58 Erh, Barbara ............ ...... 3 14 Erb, Dr. Donald ...... ...... 105 Erickson, La.Verne ,,,,,,,,,.,. 348 Eriksen, Harry , ...,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,, 259 Esenman, Jacqueline ,....... 310 Evans, Lois ..,...,. 201, 207, 308 Evans, John .,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,.,,,,, 73 Evans, Phyllis .,.,..,............. . .......,...........,. 181, 1515, 225, 324 Everhart, Paul ,....,... ........... 2 50 Evers, James .,..,,,,,,,,,, 266, 340 Evonuk, Julia .........,....,......... 302 Ewing, Bonnie Dee ...,, ...... 2 90 F Fabre, Rosario ,,,,. .,,,,, 2 64 Fair, Vera ..........,,... ......... 2 96 Fairchild, Mary .......,............ 326 Fancher, Jocelyn ...,.........,. 314 Farmer, Ray ..,............. 266, 340 Farr, Harriett .......,.....,........ 330 Farrell, Robert .................,.. 96 Farrell, XVilliam .... 514, 266, 340 Farrow, Bob ..........,......,..,..... 111 Fassett, Doris ............ ,..... 2 06 Fabion, Margaret .... ...... 3 O0 Fawks, Alfred ......... ...... 2 64 Fay, Walter ..,......,.. ,..... 2 58 Feasley, Bob ......,,.,... ...,..... 3 46 Feeh, Joseph ,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,, ., 68 Fehlberg, Emerson ,..,.. 22, 258 Feldman, Mathias ........... 2,264 Fenstemaker, Howard ...... 263 Ferguson, Marjorie .......... 310 Fernandez, Anita ................ 314 Ferraro, Frank ,,... .....260 Ferris, Robert ..,... ........,.,.. 3 46 Fick. Gloria ......... ..,..,.......... 3 1-l Field, Janet .................. 209, 312 Fields, NValter ,..,....... ............. 2 64 Fieweger, Thomas ..,.,......... 272 Fine, June ........,........ 334 Finn, Elsie ,..,., I .....,.,,,,,.,..,,.,.. 3041 Finsett. Leif .. ............... , .... 26 Fish, Donna ...................,....... 293 Fisher, Edna 713, 287, 306 307 Fisher, Phyllis .................... 330 Fisher, Sheldon .,.,................ 273 Fisk, Garry ................,....,...... 258 1 isk, Leo , ...,,..........,....... 1' FitzGera1d, Jean 183, Fitzgerald, Jeanne .. F'itzGerald, Mary ...... Fitzmaurice, Janet Flatto, Frederick ....,. Fleischhauer, Janet .. Fleming, Dorothy ...... Fleming, Eva .........,..., .........,262 310 1511 ..........306 308 .183 .,........250 320 ....,..308 .61 F'leming', X1'illiam ,,,,,.,,,,.,,,,, 26-1 Flemming, XVilma ......,, 76 334 Fletcher, Louise 1521, 213 296 Fletcher, Marianne .......,.. 312 Fletcher, Rannie ................., 55 Fletcher, Sally ...... 61, 312 Floroy, Ruby ,..,.,,,,,.,,.,.,,,., ,,,,, 3 10 Flower, Lorene .,,,.,.,,,,,,,,,,,,, 348 Flynn, John ..,..........,.... 1221, 264 Foland, Mary ......,......... 190 310 Foley, Mercedes . ....,,,,..,,,,,, 326 Follingstad. Donald ....,,,,.,., 259 Folsom, Margie ,.,,,,,,,,,, ,.,.. I 122 Fong, Marian ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, R28 Fontaine, Hewitt ..,............. 250 Foreman, Hulhe , . ..,. 201, 322 Forman, Robert ................,. 3-14 lvorsythe, Richard ................ 250 Foss, Richard . .....,.,, ......... 2 70 Fossen, Barbara ........ 259, 320 Foster, Freu ,,,,,,,,,,,,A,,A,A,,,,,.,, 117 Foster, Svott ...,,,.., , A,,,A 258 Foster, XVilma ...,. ,,,,.,,,,., 3 34 Fox, .lerman ..... .,,,,,,,,,,,,, 2 50 Foyer, Jerri ..... ..,,,,,.......... 5 108 Foyer, Patti ,..... ...... 2 01, 308 France, Floyd ., ..,...............,,, .274 Franks, Hugh ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 258 Frazier, Brownell , .....,.... . .... 36 Freeman, Robert ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 261 French, Betty ,.,,., ,.... 2 07, 304 Fretlancl, Kay ...............,...... 270 Fra-ts, Jack .,,..,..,.... .........,.,..,,, 2 72 Freund, Jac-lc ..................,..... 68 Frey, l3'f:tty .,..,.,... 201, 2011, 336 Frey, Kathryn .......,..,........... 322 Friang, Gordon ,,.,.,.,,,,, 1311, 258 Frideger, Dorothy ....,,,..,,.., 310 Fricleger, Jean ..,................... ....42, 44, 514, 176, 177 288, 310 Friclson, Harry ,..,..,, .........,,. 2 58 Fricdricksen, N. I.. ,.........AA.. 273 Froclicher, F'ranve-s ,.,...,..... 259 Frye, Bruce .................. 266, 340 Fullerton, Sallie ...,.......,....., 324 Fullmer, Connie ........,......... ..............l!l0, 1511, 2099 234, 298 Fulton, Marge ...,..,,,.,,,..,,....., 328 Futsc-her, L1-Roy .... ..,., 2 73 G Gaeden, Norinan ....,...,.,..,,, GS Gage, Marian ......,.,.,.,.., 188, 348 Gallo, Jean ,....... 412, 45, 55, 2941 Garcia, Edward ,...........,..,,l., 270 Gardner. Laurent- ..........,..... 61 Garmenrlia, Regina ..,......... 292 Garnett, Maude .,.........,..,.,. 72 Gaston, Jenclvn ,................. 55, 177. 1511, 200, 2051, 288, 292 Garvin, Franclyn ,...,.,.,,,,,, M250 Gates, Anona ,,,,,,. ,.,,, ,,,,,,,, I 3 25 Gebert, Vernon .....,,.........,,.l 272 Geil, John ..,,..,.,,..,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,, 261 Geinopolos, Anthony ,...,,.,.. 272 Gentry, Beatrice ..........,..,.... 348 Gentry, Patty ..,.....,.... ,.,..... 3 42 Gephart, Marian ,.... ,.., .... 2 S 98 Gerhardt, Kenneth ..,..,.,,.,... 258 Gething, Charlotte ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 324 Geyser, Mary Joe ..... ......,. 2 31 Gholson, Patricia ,,.,.,. .,....,. 3 20 Gialdini, Arthur .,.,... ..,..... 2 58 Giberson, Lois .,.... .....,.. 3 10 Gibson, Robert ..... ,,,,, I 346 Gibson, David ,,,,,, ,,,,,,,, l H273 Gibson, Dorothy .,,,,,.,,.,,,,,,,, 304 Gibson, James ......,....... 266, 340 Gibson. Jane ..........,..,..,......... 330 Gilbert, Dean James ..,. 551 238 Gilkeson, Jean ....,,.... ,,,,....,,., 3 10 Gill, Joseph ...,.,.,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 63 Gill. Stuart , .......... ...,...,...... 2 55 Gillos, Lou ...,......,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 350 Gilmer, Kenneth ......,.., 139, 250 Gilmore, Elizabeth .... 207, 314 Gilmore, Richard ..........,... 274 Ginn, Kenny ......... ,.,.... ......,... 1 1 9 Ginsberg, Herbert , .,............ . G-irts, Jean ....,...,............ Gitchell, Merle , ...,... 22 279 Gitzen, Johnny ....,..,..l.,,,,.,, 255 304 277 ...111 Givan, Dan ...., ..,,.,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 3 44 Glandon. Charles ,.,. ...... 3 44 Glashy, Julia ......... ..... 9 5 Glazek, Henry .,.... ....,.... 2 60 Glen, Marilyn ..,...... Glenn, Jean .,.....,..,,.,,. Glikhergr, XVilliam . ........ 348 12 Gloor, Nancy .,.,.,..... ,........ 3 00 Glover, John ..........,. .,....... 2 61 Glover, Virginia ,,.,..,..,...... 304 Godknecht, Dorothy .....,..,. 322 Goetz, Beverly , ,.,,,.,...,,,,..,.,, , ....8O, 177, 187. 2021, 226, 316 Goikovich, Daniel ................ 250 Goldsborough, Lloyd ...2913 304 Goldstein, Edith .................... Gonnella, Eugene ......... ,..,.. 2 56 Gonseca, George . ,... ,......, . 250 Goode, Ircno .......... . ,......... 323 Goodell, Alvin ......,v,.Y...,Y...... 272 Goodwin, Louise ..,..... llll, 314 Goodwin, Marjorie ....... .,.... 53, 54, tv-1, 137, 294 Goodwin, Ted ..,............,......,. 340 Gordon, Jane ,..,...............,. 332 Gordon, Polly .... 1:41, 238, 324 Gough, James .... ,,.,.....,. .... 2 5 9 Grabb, Connie ........,,............ 1153 Grabenstader, Jean ........,... 258 Graham, Ann .... 195, 23-1, 324 Gra,han'i, YValter ........,,,....... 344 Grams, Dorniund ..,..,.. 1321, 258 Granquist, Alva .................. 191. 209, 234, 287, 288, 342, 343 Granquist, Bernice .,,...,.. . 288, 342 Grant, Vlfilliam ...,......,., ,,....,. 2 53 Graubart, Merwin .....,.....,.. 261 Graves, Genevieve ............. 75, 76, 77, 294 Gray, Bernice ....,..,,,...,,,,,,,, 306 Gray, Jeanna ..,.. .... .,... . 2 514 Gray, Patricia .... . ,.,.,.,,,, .320 Gray, Shirley .........., ,......... 3 12 Green, Carmen ......... .207, 294 Greenberg, Albert .l..,...,., . 68 Greenberg, Mathias ,,.,..,.. .260 Greenberg, Robert .......,... .1311 Greene, Bettie . .,,............... .320 Greening, Carol ...... 52, 54, 211 Gregory, Reba ........... , .......... 322 Gresham, Irene 0147, 1-lil, 310 Griffin, Barbara ..,......,..... .326 Grillin, Patsy ..................,.. .326 Griffiths, Esther ..76, 2311, 316 Griffith, XVilliam ...,..,........ .3-16 Grimm, Clyde .,...,..........,.. ., .250 Grimsley, Elbert .......... 273 277 Griswold, Herbert ,,............ 68 Groesbeck, R. C. .,.., ....... . 26 Grorud, Robert ..,,,,...... 270 277 Gross, Jack .......,.,....,..,....... 1260 Grubaugh, Marshall ..,,...,. .250 Guaureau, Thomas .. ,... .262 Guidera, Thomas ..... .... Guisness, Virginia .... Gullette, Dorothy ............. .258 .308 .294 Gurney, Reed .,........ 71 238 350 Guthrie, Charlotte .... 163, 300 Gutmann, Carl ..,...... , ........ . 22 Ii Hack, Doris ........,......... . 31. Hack, Raymond ................. . 68 Haffelder, George .,.......,. ,250 Hagemeyer, Patrick ..,...... 273 277 Hager, Donald ............ 213, 350 Hagland, Allen .........,,.,,...... 346 Halbert, Harry ............ 270, 277 Hales, Alysone ,.................., .177, 1111, 227 326 Hales, Xvllliam ......, .,............ 3 46 Hall, Barbara .......,. .......,.,.... 7 0 Hall, Bettie ......... ...... 3 34 Hall, Florence ...... ...... 3 35 Hall, Harold ..,.... ....,..., 2 73 Hall, Jean .. ..... ..,,......... 2 04 Hall, Miles ......,.... ............... . 270 l'Hall, Robert . ,.,..,.,. .... . 1751, 264 Hall, Robert U. .... ............. 3 1 Hallimr, Philip ,,,........... ........ 2 50 Hallock, Nancy .............. 38, 310 Halstead, Gordon ........, ..,... . 346 Hamel, Bill ........ 111, 1051, 112 Hamilton, Florence ltll, 294 Hamilton, Robert ..,....,....... 161, 162, 163 Hamilton, Sue . ..,...., .. ,,......,308 Hammer, Mary .... .,,...... 3 316 Hanlon, John .,...... ............. 2 61 Hanson, Dorothy ..,....... 38, 320 Hansen, Gerd ....... ........ l 021, 190 Hanson, O, 'Miller ...........,,... 264 Hansen, Ruth .......,.... ......... 2 94 Harbert. Tyrus ...... .,..,.... 2 58 Harestad, Jo ....... ............ I 506 Harmer, Blaine ..........,,........ 250 Harms, John . .,,.., ....... 2 66, 340 Harris, Elmer ..... ...,,....... 2 50 Harris, James ........ .274 Harris, Jeanne . ..... .....,,.. 2 94 Harris, Norman .. ....,......... 68 Harris, Virginia .......... 2010. 316 Harrison, James ...... .... 2 66, 340 Harrold, Martha ........., 183, 314 I-Tarshman, Margaret ..61, 316 Hart, John .......................... .... 3 10 Harter, Alice . .,............. 213, 334 Hartcr, Carol .............. 233, 334 Hartford, Henry ........,.....,... 250 Hartley, Ruth ......... .........,... 70 1-Iartman, Barnard ............ 256 1'i3.l1'f.I11?l.Y1Il, Betty .. ........,.. 316 Harvey, Harry ......,............... 270 t 130 Hasselbalch, Rober , , 256 Hatliaway, John ...,.............. 61 Haufchild, I-larry ,.,... . .......,. 258 v Haugen, Elizabeth .... 207, 330 Hauser, Beverly ...........,...... 326 Hauser, Max ...........,............,. 68 Hawkins, Barbara ,... 326, 183 Hawkins, Harriet ..............., 324 Haws, Terrance .........,,....... 255 l-laycox, Ernest .......,.......... 148 Hayden, Dorothy ..i.,,............ 324 Hayden, Nlfallacc ...... .... ...... 3 7 Hayes, Betty .............. 203, 328 Hayes, Dorothy .......,.......... 300 Hayes, Virginia .,.................. 300 Hayes, VVa1ter . .........,... 22, 250 Haynes, Morton .........,.......... 258 Haynlc. Helen ...................... 328 Hayward, Col. Bill .... 116, 117 Hoagney, Lola Mae .,...... .... 3 30 Heard, Peggy ..,.,............. ...... 3 32 Hearn, Robert ............,......... 250 Heber, Nancy ............,. 152, 328 Hedrick, Eva ...,..,..... 207, 336 Hcgstrom, Anna ............... -. 52 Hcicler, XValter ...........,........ 271 Heimann. Sharlce ....,.. .,.... 3 1-l I-Ieimbuch, Alvin ....... ...... 2 58 Heitschmidt, Peggy ..,,...... 310 Heller, Richard .....,.... ...... 2 72 Helines, William ....... ....,. ..... 2 5 SI Helnenway, Jo Anne ..,,...... 336 Hemmy, Doris .......,,............, 338 Helnmy, Lois ........................ 338 Hemphill, Robert .... 148, 346 Henderson, Bob ........... , ..... 95 Henderson, Harriet ........,... Henderson, VVarren ............ 611 Hendricks, Homer .............. 272 Henick, Albert ......,.. 264 Henly, Orine ..,........., ......... 3 28 Henton, Nancy .................... 298 Honwood, Norm 160, 161, 163 Herman, Dorothy ...........,.... 304 Herolcl, Frank ................... . .,,. 253 Herrala, Calvin ..........,. 270 277 Hesse, Virginia ..........,......... 308 Hcssell, Fred .......,....,........... 346 Hewitt, Delores 194, 195, 292 Hewitt, Thomas ..,....,........,,.. 258 Hicks, Shirley ....,......... 183, 324 Hiestand, Kenneth ,.......... N272 Higgins, Everett .,..........,,,, 250 Higgins, John ........................ 611 Hill, Marilyn ........ 287, 326, 327 Hill, Marilyn ....... ,,... .... 1 8 3, 332 Hill, Marjorie ,.... . ...,......., .326 Hill, Robert ............ ......... 2 S9 Hinds, Barbara .... ...... 2 31 Hinds, Betty ....,......... . ..... 231 Hinkle, Samuel ..... .......... , .... 2 62 Hinshaw, Kathryn .,,.....,..,.. 312 Hintzen, Florence .....,........,, 179, 107, 310 Hitchcock, June ........ 183, 308 Hirth, Russell ......,................. 272 Hitchcock, Kay .................,.. 310 Hoard, Peggy ........................ 342 Hobson, Coach Howard 110, 111,, 160, 161, 1.62, 163 Hoch, Martha .......,..,............. 324 Hodges, Sallie ............,.... ,,.. . .. 61 Hodgson, Albert ....i... 265, 273 1 Hoffman, Lois ...,.......... 61, 294 Hoffman, Sklles .................... 117 Hoffmaster, Emma Jean 287, 348, 349 Hoge, Bette . .......................... 308 Hogeu, James .,...,.................. 69 Hoiland, Doris .....,........., 45 292 Hoke, Mac ...... ,.... ....,....... 2 6 Holden, D. ..........,.,....,.......,..... 255 Holden, Marilyn ................,... 194, 1115, 308 Holifleld, D. V. ..,................... 258 Holliday, Audrey ................ 175, 191, 234, 342 Hollis, Luana .........,...........,.. 292 Hollis, Orlando ...... 41, 157, 238 Hollow, Anthony ..,......l.....,.. 250 Holm, Carl .............................. 69 Holmes, Nicholas ........ , ....... 274 Holmes, Nanette ........ 1214, 326 Holmes, Ted ..........,..........,.... 346 Holshcimer, Phil .......... 139, 258 Holstad, Joanne ........,. 183, 324 I-Iol Willi'1n1 ....,....... 250 t f . ....... . Hooyer, Miriam .,... Hoover, Oaks ......... .........300 .........258 314 Hopkins, Beverly ,. .... ......... . Hopkins, VVallace ............. Hopley, Beverly ...... Holmes. Keith .,...., ...273 .........306 100 Hopping, Dorothy .... ...,..... f 100 Hora, Robert ........................ 258 Horner, Helen ..............,....... 322 Horik, Howard .... ..... ,.......... 2 5 0 Horstman, Phyllis 96, 103, 177 175, 179, 181, 190, 101, 312 Horton, Clarence ...........,..,. 95 Horton, Doris ........ 77, 201 322 Hoth, Nlfilliam .................... 262 Hough, Janie ........ 76, 177, 312 Houghton. Ernest ..... Householder, Betty . ...........250 -1 Houseworth, Charles ........ 258 Houska, Albert .................... 250 Houston, Eliza Ann ............ 312 Howard, Eliza ..,.,.........,..,,. 312 Howard, Jeanne .............,.,.. 2514 Howard, Maryann .... 207, 206 Howard. Peter .................... 239 Howard, Thelma .................. 348 Howard, Virginia ....... ..,... 3 12 Howe, Jay ....... ........... ...,..... 2 7 0 Howe, Patricia ....... ......... 3 08 Hower, Helen .......,..., ,,,... 7 6 Howes, Elizabeth Howson, Virginia I-Ioyman, Howard Hoyt. Grace ..,...................,..... 328 Huff, Marion ................l..,..., 163 Huffaker, Susan ........6l , Huffman, Marilee 314 348 Hughes, Margaret ................ 2516 I-lull, Bob .......................... 42, 346 Hulzarth, R. .....,,,. ................. 2 63 Humphreys, Betty Lee .... 294 Humphreys. Dick ,...........,. .. 161, 163, 166 Humphreys, Mary ,,,,,,,.,..,,,,, 324 Humphries, Betty Mae ..., 162 Hunt, Calvin ,,,,... ...........,. , 69 Hunter, Chancellor l........... 25 Huntington, Shirley- ..... Ir., .. .............. 1 ...... ....,... . ....o2, no, 314 Hurd, Mary Jane ......,......... 298 Hustvedt, Lloyd .....,,,,,.......... 259 Hutchinson, Alfrtd ............ 69 Hutchinson. Ardath .... ....... 3 34 Johns on, Wallace ................ Johnson, NVillis ........,. 266, 346 340 Johnston, Charlotte ...,........ 308 Johnston, Hollis .................. 324 Johnston, Marion ................ 326 Jolivette, Irene .......... 288, 290 Jones, Aaron ...,............ 266, 340 Jones, Betty Anne .... 289,, 308 Jones, Beverly ...,.................. 348 Jones, Doris ............ 61, 289, 318 Jones, Eleanor . ....... ,....,........ 3 14 Jones, Jean .................,........,. 318 Jones, Marjorie ..,..,.,............ 292 Jones, Patricia ..,....... 183, 308 Jones, Ramona ..,................... 77 Jones, Stanley ..... ............ 1 19 Jones, VValter ,.,................... .. 60 Jordan, Joyce ....................., 342 Joseforvics, Peter .....l,.,....,., 260 Jost, 'Walter ................ 273, 277 Joyce, Thomas , ....,.............. 273 Judanian, Stephen ........... .264 IC Kakos, Nickolas ....,... 274, Kalina, Jane .,......,,,.,,,,., 48, Kalkus, Beatrice A 1111 .. .... . lxapps, Dorothy .........,,.,.,,,,, Karl, Karls Stephen ....................... on, Karl ..,......... ....... lxarros, XN'illiam .. ....,...,,....,. , Karstens, AXTIGTQS ,,,,,,,,,,,. Karulf, Eugene ................,.. Kasmeyer, Josephine , . Ixatz, Saul ....., U .,,,,,.,..,,,,,, Kaufman, Charlotte ........... Kaufman, Monte ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Kay, Gertrude ............,,,....,, Kay, James ,,,,,,,, 130, 250. Kayser, Horst . .,.................., . Keating, Colleen Keating, Peggy Keck, Shirley ,....,..,.,,.,.,.,,.,,, Keenen, Lester ............ 266, Hydinger, Robert ..,........t..,. 250 I Igl. Richard ..,... A..... 2 66, 340 Illick, Charles ........................ 273 Iloff, Edwin .....,,,...,,.., 273, 277 Ingebritsoin, Betty . ........,..,. 322 Ingle, Mary ..............,............. 308 Innes, Beryl .......... 61, 183, 308 Isaacson, Sylvester .,.......... 259 Iskra, Andrew ...................... 250 Jackson, Basil ..,.... ..,.......,. 2 50 Jackson, Mary ....,................. 348 Jackson, Richard ,...,....,... ...257 Jackson, Verda .,.,,.,,.A 233, 334 Jacob, Beverly ,.... ...,.. ,,..... .,.. 3 2 6 Jacobs, Carolyn 207, 200 308 Jacobs, Eleanor . ........, 18.1 .w Jacobson, Frank ..... Ja koboski, VValter James, Frank ......,,.... Jalnerson, Vlfalter ...... . Janisk, Victor .......... Je-ffcott, Sarah ..... 326 71 . .........,.. 260 271 .........250 260 .........324 Jenal, Robert ..,.,.................., 270 Jenkins, Kathryn .,.... 62, 91, 96.174, 287, Jensen,Ard1s ...... ,. ,,... . Jensen, Oswald , ....,.. .. 566 19K 281 61, 301 312 351 Jeppeson, Donald ,..........,.... 235 Jewall, Dean James ...,......,. 47 Jobe, Glenn .......................,,. 250 John, VVil1na ........ ..,,...,.......... 3 04 Johns, Dick ,...i.. .,....,,..,.., . 71 350 Johns, Helen .....,..,.....,.,....... 312 Johnson, Betty Jean ........ 294 Johnson, Carl ........................ 258 Johnson, Elbert ..,..........,...... 250 Johnson. Elizabeth .......,.,.... 296 Johnson, Gertrude ....,..,...... 290 Johnson, Harold ,.,....... 139 255 Johnson, Helen ...,........,.....,. .,......55, 61, 63, 187, 2321, 292 Johnson, Jean .................,.,.... 302 Johnson, Joene .,.................... 308 Johnson, Juanita ...,,.,...... 334 Johnson, June ..........,, 183, 194 Johnson, Lewis .................... 264 Johnson, Milton .................. 262 Johnson, Marcella ......,..... 306 Johnson, Marjorie .........,.,.. 294 Johnson, Marilyn .... ..,,.,.. 2 90 Johnson, Patricia ,.... ........ Johnson, Robert ....... .,.,.,.. 303 344 277 294 . 70 .290 .264 .260 .262 . 69 .258 .300 .261 .202 .250 .119 265 .250 .290 .292 .296 340 Kelch, Raymond .............,,.,, 262 Kellaher, Nancy .,...,...,......, ,324 Kelley, Herbert ..... ......... 2 50 Kelly, C. L. ........ .i..,.... 4 1 Kelly, Gloria .........,,,......,....... 348 Kemp, Maxine ..,,.,.,...,,,,,,,,, 330 Kempston, Harriette ....... .316 Kendrick, Sarajane ,....,.,,,,, 308 Kenfield, Jacqueline ........., 312 Kenny, Valerie ...........,..... ,183 Kern, Jane ,.....,,,,...,., ,,.,,.,,, 3 10 Kerns, Gene ...,,,.,,,,......,.,,,,,,, 273 Kessler, Richard ,,...,,......., 250 Keup, Betty Ann .,..,...,..,,...., 45, 200, 225, 336 Kiar, Svend .......,...,,.,,, ,,,,, .,,,. , 2 59 Kibler, Flora .....,,...,,. , .,,,,,,,.. ., u-hhN-190, 191, zoo, 234, 310 Kidd, Charles , ........,,..,,....,.,,, 258 Kielmyr, Marene ....,,,..,.,,.,.., 334 Kienholz, Dorothy ,.,,..,..,,,..,, 330 Kifschutz, Joseph ..,..... ,,..,,,, 2 51 Kimball, Laura , .,,...,,,,,,,,,, M294 Kimbrell, Leonard ........ Kimeldorf, Irene ....,,,,....,,,,, Kinersly, Thorn ,, .,,..,,,,, 344 King, Beatrice ,.,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, King, Eugene ............,. 271, King, Hugh ....,...,, ,,,....,,,,,,, King, Johnette ...,,,.....,,.., 77, King, Ninon ...... .264 . 61 345 .312 277 .213 290 ...,........304 Kinney, Joseph ..,,. ,..,,,,., 2 50 Kirby, Carroll .... ...,..... 2 58 Kirby, John ......,,,, ,,,.,,,, 2 62 Kirby, Robert ...................... 272 kirchhof, Anton ....,.....,...,,,. 69 Kirkpatrick, Nancy ..........32-4 Kirkwood, Jean ......,..,.,.....,.. 308 Kirsch, Don ...... ..109, 111, 113 Kisaberth, Vernon ..,,..,...,, 351 Kiste, Lillie ....,,..,,,.....,,,.,..,,... 322 Klahre, Patsy .,,,...., ,,,,,,,,, 3 08 Klatt, Robert ,,.,., ,,,,,,, , 261 Klees, Dorothy .......,,.,,,,,.,.,, 318 Kleinsgore, R ,E, ,..,,,... ,,,,,.,, 2 6 Klempner, Seymour 179, 251 Kleper, Pegge ,.....,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,, 326 Kline, Fatt A ,... ..,..... ,,,,,,,, 3 2 8 Knapp, Herbert ..... Knight, Harold ..,.. ...,....250 ........250 Knight, Lorrie .,...,.....,,,,,..,,., 322 Knoles, Margery ....,............. 336 Knoll, Vivian ....,......., ..... 4 8, 334 Knoor, John ......,.., .,,,,,,,,,,,,, 2 56 Knott, Glenn .....,,...,..,,,.,.,..,, 250 Koch, Barney ........,..... 111, 163 Koch, Robert .....,..,,..,..., ,,,,,,, 9 1 Kociszewski, Bogdan ........ 274 239 Koler, Robert ...,.,...,,, ,,,. 7 1, Korach, Robert Korell, Barbara ..258 ........308 Korn, Katherine ...,,,, ....,.,. 3 10 Korn, Phyllis .... ........310 , 31 1 2 Koret, Morriss ...., . ,,,,, 255 Korrell, Barbara .,..., .,..,. 1 83 Kosmas, Peter ,.,........,. , ........ 260 Kos ter, Dorothy Kostka, Arnold Kostrey, Paul .,..........., 251, Kottwitz, Merle Kramer. Ralph ..........., 117, 118 265 Kratt, Dean Theodore ...... T3 Krebs, Jeanne ...,....,.........,... 290 Krueger, Hermie .... ..... . 348 Krueger, Shirley .. ,... ,.....,..... 3 43 Krowech, Leonard ....,......... 253 Kruschl-ce, Ray ........ ..,.,..,. 2 T2 Kruse, John .............,,........... 264 Krywka, Edwin ....,,,............. 258 Kufffferman, Merritt . ..l.... .. 119, 1321, 266. 340 Kulesh, VVilliam ..........,.,...,, 130 Kunz, Adolph ......... ......... I 50 Kvernland, Bruce ..........,,,,.. 60 L Lackey, -Miriam ...,.,,. ...,.. 3 22 'i,aFraniere, Frank ..A......... 251, Laing, John .......,....,,,.. ........ 2 62 Lakin, Doris .... ...................... 3 36 LaManna, Carrol ..,.........,. 26-1 Lamb, Barbara .......,............ 54, 184, isa, 200, 2:-as Lambert, Betty ............,....... 294 Lamson, LoDell ,..,.. ............ 2 02 Landerback, Jack ................ 344 Landram, Mary ,,.,.....,,......... 306 Landreth, Eugene .,,.,, Tl, 344 Landros, Edna ..........,........... 61 Landry, Mary ...,,.,.,.,. .,.... S 300 Langdon, Geraldine . .........., 334 Langfelt, Wlliiizi . ,.... ..... 7 7 Langley, Ivan .,....... ..,.. G fl Larsen, 'William ....... .l...... 2 T0 Larson, Lyle ............ ........ 2 71 Larson, Vincent ...... ...,.... 2 73 Lassen, Dolores ....,,... ........ 5 310 Latta, ReseZena ....... .....,., 2 00 Laude, Horton ......,...,........... 263 Lauderdale, Erstelle ........., 31.3 Lauderdale, Lawrence ...... 272 Lauterbach, Russell .....,.l,... 270 Laverty, Gordon .................. 255 Lavin, Margaret ..,..,,..,........ 30-1 Lawrence, Beth ....,.,.,. 280, 332 Lawrence, Billie .,.. 1 63, 310 Lawrenoe, Dean Ellis ........ 37 Lawrence, Jean ......., 207, 2206 Lawson, Donald .,........,...,... 27-l Lawson, Frank .................... 274 Lawson, Mary Alice .,...,,,,. 233 Layman, Betty Ann ....., .... 2 E02 Leakey, John .....,.............,.. 251 Leask, Marjorie ...,... .,......... 3 OS Leaverton, David ,............. 346 Leckie, Roseann ........ 200, 300 Ledbury. Eula ...........,....,. 332 Lee, Donald ........ ........,. 2 Lee, Gilbert ....,.............,....... 351 Lehman, Phyllis ........,... 77, 310 Leibowitz, Abraham ..,,., 260 Leighton, Dean Ralph ...... Til Lenhart, Dorothy ...,.... 76, 334 Lennon, James .. .,.,............ 251 Leo, Ann ....,,,,,.t..... 52, 174, 17S Leonard, James ........,......... 253 Loonardson. Carmalite ..,. 61 Lerner, Monroe .................. 251 Leslie, Kay ..,........,, ,..i 209. 336 Leubner, Waltt-r ,............... 274 Levsen, Russell ..... ...... 2 53 Levy, Terry .,...,,, ,..,.,,.., 3 20 Lewis, Donald A... ....,.,....., 3 0 Lewis, Joseph ................,.... 1251. Lewis, Orlyn .,.. ........, 2 70, 277 Lewis, Una .,..... .....,......... 1 19 Lichty, John ......,............,.... 27-I Lillie, Patricia ..........., 289. 300 Lifschutz, Joseph .....,..,..... 203 Lilly, YVillia1n ..,.., S4, 266, 340 Linde, TVillmr ..,,..., 63. T1, 350 Lindemoocl. Ethel ........ ,.... . 334 Lindley, Bill .......................... 346 Lindsey, Elwin ,.,,,,,..... 271, 277 Lindstedt, Greta .............,..., 348 Lindstrom. J, Orville Lindvall.. Robert .,...........,.. 31 H250 Link. Virginia ...............,,...., 308 Linstromberg, XVilliam ...... 272 Lippman, Virsrinia ...... 201, 322 Lipschitz. Mitchell .............. 261 Liskowiak, Edward ............ 260 Tlistniann, Beverly ...... 201 322 Little, Eugene ...........,.......... 258 Littlefield, Zoe ..,,...... ........, 3 10 Lively, Henrv .............,. .,..,, 2 51 Livingston, Robert ...... ,..... 2 61 Lloyd. Kay ..,....,................,..... 203 Lloyd, Phyllis ...... ,,.,.,, 2 89, 322 Lober, Arlyn ,,,,, ,,,... . 130, 24 Lockhart, Alice ..........,,........ 3 Lodewick, Kenneth ,..,..,...,, 351 Loennig, Doris ..,....,,.,........... 298 Logan, Peggy ...,,.,,..... ...,,,.. 3 42 Lokau, Claude ..... .........., 1 .ll Lomax, Alfred ..,... ,.,.,.......,,., 4 0 Lomax, Shirley .................... 63 Lombard, Betty .......... 203, 320 Long, Albert ..................,....... 258 Long, Frederick ..,.., Loomis, Alla ...,...,. Loomis, Vvayne .... 308 69 312 330 255 312 258 32S 207 262 350 270 330 251 60 264 344 273 T7 336 3 0 ll 303 202 251 262 328 27-I 263 300 306 336 gms 251 2:12 320 Losli, Marguerite ..... ........ Lovejoy, Jerrilee .,..,,. ......,. Luloanke, David .... ..,...,. Lucas, Barbara ...... ..,..... Luce, Arnold ......, .,...... Ludders, Ruth ...,. ........... Lum, Paul .,.....,.. . .,.......... . Lund, Ernest ..... ..,,...... 6 3, Lund, Jim , .......... ........ 1 94, Lundy, Ronald ..... ...........,.. Luper, Ludella ,....... ,.... .... . . Luptak, Rudolph ....... ......., Lussky, George ....,, ........ Lustig, Herbert ....,. .....,.. Lutes, VVa,lter ..,i........, ....,.,. Lutton, Robert ...,....,.........,. Luvaas. Jeannette .,.........,.. Lynch, Marianne ...,,.,,..,..,.. Mc Alt-Arthur. Annabelle ...,... . McBride, Sylvia. ................ 288, 302. 1IcCand1c-ss, Mary .............. 1:15, 288, McCarran, Charles ,..,..,.,...,. McCarty, Robert .............,.... MeClanathan, Jean ......,...,. McClatchy, VVilliam ..,....... McC1ean, Pershing .,.,.. 1350, McClelland. Mary ,,.,.......,..., Alc'Clintic', Mary ..,,.... 2054, Mt-Clintock, Pat ..........,....,..., AlcClung, Barbara ..... ,....,. AlcConaughy, Paul ............ McConkey, Lois ,,.,......,......... 1l'uCorniat-li, Jean ................ 1IC'C0l'lUZit'k. Patricia ........ AlcCullom, Arnold ....,......... Mc-Cullough, Ida .................. McDaniel, Darleen .............. 342 257 343 316 McDermott, Shaun .... 206, 258 McDonald, Jean ....,.....,.......,. 302 McDonald, Lois ........,.....,,,... 304 McFayflen, Betty ......., 2S1l, 343 Mc'Gee, Margaret .,...,............ 302 MuGaug'hy, Norma ......,,...... 330 McGillicuddy, Ann ...,,,......., 312 McGuire, Charles .....,..,...,.,. McHolic-lc. XYilliam .... 1331. 258 Molnnis, Virginia ,.......,,...... 3-iS Mc-Intosh. Lynn ...,.............. 324 Mt-Kenna. George ,,,,,,..,,...... 251 Mc-Kenzie, .Jacqueline ,,...,., 294 Melienzie, John ......,.,........, 251 Mclievitt. XVilliam ,..,........., 3-I0 Mcliinley. Carolyn ,,,......... 3024 McKinley, Xliilliam ...... 1311 258 McLane, Dorothy ,,...,.......... 328 McLaughlin, John .......,..,,,. 274 McLean, Malcolm .......,..,,,,,, 344 McLeod, John ,..,,...., ...., ,..,.,,, 2 7 2 McLeod, Shirley ..28T, 207, 206 MoManiniie, Robert .,,..,..... 253 McMurray, Robert .............. 69 McNally, John .,.,........,..,....., 262 McNamee, Vivian .......... 63, 316 McNay, Charles ..,.,, ,,,,,.....,, 2 50 Mt-Neil. Neil ,....,..........., 163, 258 MeNutt, Gladys ......,,............ 42 M'cNutt, Rosemary .,.......... 334 McPherson, Gene ..,,,.......,.,. 314 McPherson, Marjorie ...,....,. 306 1X-leReynolds, Jean ,. ..,........, llfl McSnarrin, Donald ..,......... 274 1TCfYVl11l?ll1lS. Ric-liard ,....... 252 M Macffalluin, John .,....,.,,...... 262 Nao Donald, Donald .,.. 69, 265 Mac-Donald, Suzanne ,,,,....,. 343 1lacDuff, Alice ...........,,,,,...,.. 30 Mac-Kenzie, Shirley N290 Mac-ready. JoAnne .....,..,.. Macy, Xliilliam .............,., 514 Madaj, Thaddeus . ........,i. . Madden, 1Rolnerta ...,,....,... 238, 251. 328, Maddoc-lc, Edmund ........... Madclow, Harold , ...,..,.. Maddox, Dorothy 200, 230 Madinger. Paul ..,........,,.,.. Illagill, Marguerite-: ...,...,. oo, ZSS ...312 340 ...262 329 262 flisn sos 27" 312 Mahany, Patricia ................ 296 Maier, Dick ..,.....................,... 340 Maier, Francis ,....,,..... 209, 312 Malach, Abraham .............. 264 Malcolm, Richard ...,., ..........272 Mallory, Kay .......,,.,.,...,...,..... 326 Malloy, Gloria .... 209, 225, 312 Maloney, Patricia ......,...,... 300 Mallicot. Cliff .....................,.. 346 Manerucl, Andree .............,.. 326 Manheimer, Norman 266, 340 Mann, Jim ..............,,....,.,,...,.. 11!l Manni, Vincent .................,.. 251 Manning, Helen ............ 63 76 96, 174. 62, 174, 187, 31.6 Manos, Hercules ...,.......,.... 262 Mantel, Robert .................. 251 Manville, Dolly ........,.., 288, 302 Manners, Bette .... .........., 3 00 Mapes, Joanne .... ..,...,... 3 36 Marchi, Gloria .,...,... ..... I 316 Marchick, Pauline .... ..,.. 3 1.6 Marini, Carl ............. ..... 2 62 Marks, Willa1'd ,..,.,.,.... ....,., 2 6 Marshall, Evelyn ...... ....... 3 16 Marshall, Arthur .,....., ...,. 2 6 Marshall, Evelyn ....,. .,,,. 3 16 Marshall, Arthur ...... ..,,. 2 74 Marshall, Stanley ...... ....... 2 74 Marske, Alvin ........, .,.., 251 Martese. Peter ...... ........... 2 72 Martin, Della , ............... 233. 33-1 Martin, Leonard .........,........ 258 Martin, Maxine ...........,., 38, 208 Martin, Vivian ............ 233, 334 Martinez, Bernice .......,......,. 3-12 Marugsr, Janet .... 130, 150, 2512 Klascall, Frank .......,........... 344 Mason, Carl ...,......................,. 346 Mason, David .....,.. ....... F ll Mason, Herman .....,. ..,..,. 2 71 Mast, Ardyce ........ .....,, I 304 Mateson, John .,....... ....... 53 Mathews, Audrey . ..,.. ....,.. 3 22 Matthews, Ruth ........ ,. ...,. 316 Maughan, Lorraine .....,.... 342 Maurer, Patricia ...,,.., ....... 3 36 Maurice, Gordon ..... ..,..,. 6 El Maxim, Helen ........ ....,.. 2 512 May, Arthur ...,......... ....... G 9 May, Charles .,....,,,..... ....... 2 51 Mayberry, Harold ...,.....,,..... 251 Mayo, NValter ,,l,,,,,.,,,..,.,.,,..., 260 Mayther. Bill .......,........ 163, 164 Meany, Roy ...,..... .,........... 2 55 Medley, Marie ......... . ...,.. 206 Medlin, Richard ........,. 274 Mehner, Hans ...... ,,,...,. ,.,,. 2 5 fl Mellies, Jean ..,,.....,..,. .... 7 7, 208 Melnik, Peter ...........,,......,,... 274 Mendoza, Alfred ....,............. 240 Mentzer, Elizabeth ........,... 306 Mercier, Mary .... 38, 152, 342 Alerkle, Earle ........................ 252 Merola, Martin ..........,......... 252 Merrell, VVallace ,.,........,..,. H270 Merrifield, Benjamin 2, ..,., 253 Merrill, XVallaee ,...,., ......,.. . 2.1311 Merriss, Martin ................... 62' Merrynian, Carolyn ............ 330 Medsdorf, Cleora .....,,..,.. ....,. 6 3 Metcalf, Patricia ........ 77, 202 Metz, Peter .........,...,............ 270 Meyer, Donald ...... .....,., 2 74 Meyer, Gerald ,...,. ..... 2 64 Meyer. Herbert ..,.... ..... 2 63 Meyer, Lowen ,..... ....... 2 58 Meyer, Robert ..... .... ,.,.... 2 7 3 Meyers, George .......,...,..,..... 273 Meyers, George . ......,,.........,. 271 Michael, Kenneth ............ 253 Miohalowski, Edward ........ 252 Middlesworth, Glenn ...,.,,. 263 Middleton, Willaur .....,..,.,.., 270 Mikolavich, Joseph .,......,. 270 Milakovich. Louise .......... 260 Millberry, Roberta .,.... ...... 3 30 Miller, Barbara .......... 231, 330 Miller, Dorothy ....,,............ 74, 75. 76, 185, 287, 316, 317 Miller, Fred .........,,.,............. 31 Miller, Marilyn .............. 77, 310 Miller, Phyllis .,,................. 303 Miller, Phyllis ..,. 183. 105, 312 Miller, Rodman .... 270, 27-1, 277 Miller, Raymond .................. 252 Miller, Sam ,,... . ........,........,.. 351 Miller, NVarren .... 20, 206, 250 Miller, VVarreu .................... 252 Millsap, Xvilliain ...,..,,........., 272 Mimmick, Shirley ..,........... 332 Minor, Mary ..........,....... 203, 310 Mintz, Gerald .....,.. ............. 2 71 Misener, Marty ....... ,... . ..... 1 S3 Missoff, Evelyn ....... ....... 3 02 Mitchell, Lillian ........ ....... 2 02 Mitchell. Patricia. . ..... ....... 2 90 Moe, Jean ,. ,.......,...... ....... 3 30 Moffat, Adrienne ..,.. .,...., 3 00 Moznett, Jean ........ ....,.. 3 06 Molessa, George ...... ....,., 2 52 Moliton, Dorothy .,,. .,,. 6 3 Monahan, Russ ...... ......, 3 -ili 4 Montag, Louise ..,... ......,.....,, 3 20 Montgomery, Andrew 2321, 346 Montgomery, Lee ........ 63, 322 Moor, Enid .....,....,...........,. 64 312 Moore, Burton ,...... ............ 2 46 Moore, Douglas ...........,........ 235 Mo-ore, Hollis ......,..,,......,...... 252 Moreland, Robert ..,... 272, 277 Morgan, Helen .,..,.,.,,....,..... Morgan, Marie ..........., 234, 334 Morris, Dean Victor .......... 41 Morris, Jacqueline .,..., 183, 290 Morris, Joseph .,,.,,.,,......,.,..,, 246 Morrison, Herman ,. .,........ 252 Morrissey, John ,........ ..,........ 2 52 Morse, Dean Vlfayne ........,. 57 Morton, Olive .......,.....,.......... 306 Mosby, Bob ..,,,,,,.,......,........... 163 Mosby, Jerry .,.,.... ............... 3 51 Moseley, Eileen ....,..... 119, 320 Moscly, Elaine ,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,, , 320 Moshofsky, Richard 266, 340 Moshofsky, Edward .....,..,... 110 Moshofsky, N-Villiam ..........,. 266, 340 BIOSSITIZLII, Johnson .............. 270 Moursund, Andrew ,,.,,., ....... 6 1 Mrykalo, John ,,,,,,,.,. ,,ii.i,, 2 46 Mudge, Herbert ...,. .1,,.,... 2 62 Mueller, vivilllitlll ..,. , ...,.... 252 Mulhausen, Eloise ..,,,. .,... 3 24 Mulviliill, John .....,.,.,.........,., 272 Mundal, Allen ..........,..,,,,,....., 69 Munro, Ruth ..... ........ 2 38, 314 Murov, Isaac ..,,,.., ,,,,., ..,,,,i,,,,, 2 5 il Murphy. Art ,..........., ,..,. 1 11, 112 Murphy, Breen ..,.....,....,,.....l, ll9 Murphy, Keith .............. 225, 346 Murphy, Margaret .....,,....... 306, 307 Murphy, Margaret ........ 64, 316 Murphy, Pat ..,...,,.,,..,,,,,,,,,,,,, 328 Murphy, -Paul ,,...,..,.........,..... 246 Murphy, Virginia .,.... 201, 308 Murray, Jean ,,,,,,i,,,,i,,,,,,,,i,,, 312 Murray, John ...,....,.,. .. ....... 252 Murray, Richard .................. 246 Murway. Richard ,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 270 Musgrove, Vl'illiam ,,,,,,,,,,,, 270 Myers, Gail ...,,....... 22, 271, 277 Myrick, David ,,,,.,,,,..,,,i,,,,,,, 273 N Nahigan, Gladys ...,., ......... 2 94 Nail, Robert .,,.....,,, .,.,.,, 2 46 Nash, George ...... .,,,.,. I 251 N'eal, Shirley ...... .. .... N326 Nebash, Stanley ,.......,. 246 Neet, Nadyne ...... ,,.....,..,., , .208 Nelson, Charles ............ 266, 340 Nelson, Elinor ....,.......,,,,,,,,,. 316 Nelson, Gayle .....,.........,,,..,.,, 326 Nelson, Thelma .... 48, 239, 348 Nemerow, Jerome ...,.....,,... 274 Ness, Donald .....,...,.,,.,,...,,... 270 Ness, Juell ,.,,......,,...,,,..,,,,..,, 252 Neuwlrth, Mertiiner .......... 261. Newall, Gloria ....,,...........l.... 310 Newall, Lanora ........ ...,...,, 2 EDS Newland, Bob ...... , .,............ 117 Newman, Lewis .,.,...... 139, 264 Newton. Edith 54, 95, 190, 148 191, 201, 203, 206, 234, 31,8 Newton, Margery ...,.......,.. 320 Nichols, Joanne .... 52, 54, 334 Nichols, Marie ....,...,.,.., 64, 292 Nichauhos, Tony .................. 117 Nickson, Rc-ba ..,........,.......,,. 308 Nicolai, Gretchen .....,........ 324 Nicolai, Theodora ................ 324 Nicosia, Philip ...... ..., ....,.,.. 2 6 0 Nielson, Howard ...... .,......, 2 70 Nilssen, Sigurd .,... ...,.. 7 2 Noble, George .....,...... ...... 2 63 Noble, ll-lrs. Harold ...,...,...... 183 Noonan, Janice .,..,.,. .....,,.. 3 00 Noren, Celile ..,..,..... ......... 3 12 Norman, Toni ......... ......... 2 52 Norris, Charles ..,.. ......... 2 56 Norris, Gilbert ,,..... ....,.... 3 3 Noven, Cecile ,.........., ...,.,... 2 09 Nudelnian. Phillip .....,,....,,. 69 Nuenian, Cyrus ...,.... ......... 2 62 Nunamaker, Jane ....... ...... 3 06 Nunn, Renita ....,.,......,, ....., 2 132 ,.. Nussbaum, Gilbert ,........,, .252 Nystrom, Albert ......,........... 252 O O'Beirne. Xxrllliilllll Oberhausen, Charles ..252, Ochs, WVi1lian1 . ,....,............,. O'Coinnell, Kenneth ,,,,..,.. O'Connell, Robert ..... .,.,,.,. O'Connor. XVallace .....,.,. O'Harra. Patricia .....,. .4 1, 270 265 259 . 40 .256 .252 290 Older, C112ll'10t'fU ,,..,,........, Oliphant, Kenneth .... 266, Olsen , Asgar ...,...,,.....,... L. 702 Sokolowsky, XVilliam .......... 342 340 263 Olson Hilding ,,,,,.,.,..,...,...,.. 610 Olson, Harry ...,..................,... 255' Olson, Marion , ..,,,.. 42, -15, 2548 Olson, Marilyn ...................... 202 Olson, Muriel ..,.,,..,. 42, 45. 206 Olson, XValte1' ,..,.,,..,.,l.........., 246 Olson, VVarren ..........,,...,...,., 253 Onthank, Edith ....,............... 30. 233, 324 Onthank, Karl ....,................. 25' Opdahl. Richard ........... .... ..... 2 7 -1 Ortiz, Hilario .,...... ..,.,...,. 2 62 Ortman, Lynn ........ .,........... 3 10 Ostlie, Floyd ,..,.... .....,.... 2 50. 26:1 Oswald, Yvonne .................... 310 Ott, Margaret ....... ...... 3 8, 318 Ott. Marjorie ,...,, ....., 6 4, 205 Oveross, Jean ,..., ...,. 2 01 308 P Padgham, Beverly ,.,,.......... ........,.63, 64. 156, 187, 234 204 Page, Jean ...... ....,.,.,....., I .---- A 1 43, 45, 116, 173. 1.11, Q30 Page, Peggy ...,....l.-Y----.--------- Jfij Paladini, Beverly ...........,.... 2.47 Paladini, Palmyra ....,-4.,-,- 1293 Pulls-tt, Eugene ...l........., 21' 14211 Palmason, Edward ...,, .I ...... Palmer, WVilla1'd ......., 262. 266 Palmquist, Roy .,.................. 21:1 Palmos, Drieu ..... ,....------,-, A -1303 Palomaki, Charles ..,...,..... 261 Papke, Keith .....,.....,.- v------ 4" Pardue, Mack ......,... ,-----A- 3 442 Parker, Shirley .........,.......... 16 Parkinson, Edward ............ 119 Paronen, Esther .,,,,..... 1.19, 313 Parsons, 'Wayne , .,..,, . ,......... 270 Patterson, Aleanor .....,..,.., Patterson, Barbara .....,...... 31:0 Patterson, Fred ......... ..----' 3 l Patterson, Phillip .... ........ I 5-H Patterson, Joan ......---,. Pattison, Lestelle .....,.......A 33-H Patton, Mary .....,... A ........., : ...fiflf Paul, Altha .... 76, 104, lilo, 203 Paul, Marjorie ....,...........------ 3011 Paulingy Dorothy Y... ..---- ,------ 3 Q Pavy, Henry ......... ......,. 2 62 Pawlak, Harry ......., ,--,4 2 52 Payne, Dorothy ..,... ,,,. 73 24 Payne, VVanda ........... .,.,, 1011 Pearson, Barbara .,,, . ...,..,.... .220 Pearson, Gwendolyn ..,,,..... 200 Pecotte. Keith ....,....-.,-...------ 219 Pen, Shirley ,,,,...,l.l.,,,. 201. 293 Peirce, David .....,..............,... 246 Pelly, Charline ............,. , ..,.. 64, 186, 200, 225, 263 202 Pelton, James ..............,...,... 212 Pence, Bud .....,.............. 175' 135 Pence, Saron ...,..,.........,....... 246 Pengra, Jane .,.. -18, -10, 77 Pengra, Alargery ....,,....,,...., ll Pennington, Jack .,.,............ 238 Pepion, .-Xlys.-e ,.........,,............ 2851, 19, 313 Percival, Patricia ,..... ..7T. 310 Perkins, Phyllis ......,,.. 201 308 Perlman, Mark ........A..... 262. 265 Perry, Betty .......,..., -12. 45 Peters, Philip i........... ..,.,.,..-., 3 DQ Peterson, Betty ..........,,........ 291' Peterson, Edward .....,,.......,. 344 Peterson, 'Frank .........,..,..... 111 Peterson, Fred ..... ,..,... 2 52, 205 Peterson, George ..........,. .... 2 71 Peterson, Gordon ......,, 130 Zoti Peterson. Harry ........... L ..,... 261 Peterson, Lorraine ...... nii. 306 Peterson. Norma ...,. .....,.. I 220 Peterson, Orval ...... ........ 2 m2 Petrosky, Helen ............,.. .... 2 27 Petty, Donald ......,................. 302 Pflaum, Ronald .,.......,,......... 272 Philips, Jean ,....,,...,. 74, T5 320 Phillips, Marilyn ..........,,....., 330 Phillips, Patricia ................ 332 Phillips, 1Vil1iam ..,,,,......,... 161, 163, 346 Phipps. Preston ,..,.,,,., 266, 3-10 Piening, Lois ........................., 330 Pierson, Sally ..,...............,..,,, 305 Pierzuhala, Mieczyclaw ., .260 Pietka, Chester ................,.., 260 Pignato, Raymond ....., ,...,. 2 60 Pike, Edward .....,,..... 272. 277 Pilcher, Robert ,,.................. 252 Pililod, Robert ...... , ......... 2132! Pimentel, Ellery , ...,... .....,.. . , 264 Pimentel, Jean ...............,..., 202 Pinkerton, Sam-Pearce .... 261 Pinnick, Robert .......... 130. 256 Pinsky, Melvin .........,...,,....... 200 Pittinger, Robert ...... ....,. 3 44 Pitts, Vifalter .,......... .,..... 2 74 Plagens, Joseph ...,..,.,, ...,... 2 63 Plakfin, Emanuel ...... ..,.,.. 2 52 Player, Glen ............. ....... 6 9 Ploss, Mary Lou ,..,. ......, I 132 Plo-tner, Bettie ........,,.. ....,.. 3 20 Poehlrnann, Edwin ............ 270 Point, Charles ,..,... ....... .,.,... 2 6 0 Politz, Chuck .,...,,..., ,....., 2 05 Pollard, Helen ...... ....... 1 343 Pollard, Lewis ......... .....,. 2 52 Pollard, Marilyn .,.., ....... 3 26 Pollard, Robert ..,.,. ...,,., 2 73 Poison, Randall ,.,. ......, 3 46 Popson, Francis ....... ......, 2 52 Porter, Glen ............ ...,.., 3 40 Porter, Joe ...........,.,.., ,.,,,.. 1 17 Porter, Ruth .............,., .,..... 7 7 Poshedly, Andrew ...... ....,,, 2 62 Potter, Allen .......,..... ..,...,.,, 2 52 Potter, Ann , .....,..,. ,.....,.. . ,,.,,,. 2 96 Powell, Grace ..,,..,..,.,.......,.... 336 Powell, Jim .........l,......... 1.86, 261 Powell, K. Wakefield .....,.,.. 346 Powers, Dora ,..,...... , ..,..,.....,, 304 Pracheil, Ernest .....,.. .....,. 2 52 Pracht, Betty , ,......,.. ,.,..,. 3 18 Prather, Yvonna ,,... ....... 3 12 Pratt, Glenn ..,...,......... ...,.,. 2 56 Preble, Charlotte ....,, .....,. 3 14 Price, Warren .,,..,... Pricer, Ruth ..,....,., Pride, Carl ........,.. Pride, Lyden ..,..... Priest, Marjorie ....... Pringle, Lois ........ Pritchard, Mary ....... Probst, Juanita .... Pryor, Dorothy Pruden, Amy ......,... 51 290 274 246 348 336 320 348 300 294 Purcell, Jack .........., ,...... 2 60 Putnam, Barbara .,.., ,... ......, 2 0 2 Putnam, B'ud ......................,,.. 95 Puziss, Irving' ....,... ....... 7 1, 350 Pyrado, Charles .....,,...,........, 262 Query, XVray .............,,,.....,.. 271 Quier, Esther ,,.,,.. . ,,., ...... ....,. ....119, 103, 194, 201, 213, 2518 Quinsler, XVilliam ,...... . ,....,.. 271 R Radakovich, Bill ,.,..., .......,... 3 46 Rademacher, Robert .......... 252 Raclike, Bradley .................. 246 Radmore, Barlmra ..., 152, 2213 Rakoxv, Marilyn .,.........,.,...,.. 310 Ralya, Gerald .....,.,... .......... 2 52 Ramp, Nadya ....,. .... 3 48 Ramsay, Clifford ........ ......, 2 46 Rand, Irvin ..........................., 246 Randolph, Barbara .......,,... 200 Raphael, Joann., .....,..... Rnssmussen, Dorothy ........ 332 205, 328 Rasmussen, Joy ,.., 42, 45, 334 Rath, Robert ..... ..................,.. 2 46 Rathjcn, Ralph ..,......... 225, 350 Ratlift, O. Dale ....,,,.,,,, 274, 277 Raven, Frances .......... ,, ........ 302 Rawls, Frederick ...... ....... 7 0 Ray, Stan , ......,......... ......, 1 17 Relihan, Mrs. .....,. . Hechtin, LeRoy .... Reckewey, Rex .... Redmond, Gene .......,., ...,...3l3 183 ....,..246 .......246 1 Rees, Maryjane .,....,.,...,.., 74, 75 Reginato, Josephine .... 64, 322 Helier, Robley ....,................... 260 Rehnquist, Nelson ....,,. 246 Reihmer, George .,,,.,.,,,......., 246 Reinbrecht, Phyllis ............ 310 Reisc-he, Berta ...,.....,..,,.,...... 332 Rcish, Don ............,,.,.......,...... 346 Reiter, Carlton .,.,. Remboldt, Erwin ..... Remington. Ralph . Renshaw, VViley ..... .,......40, 64 ,,,.... 254 2711 Rensink, Leonard ..,. , ...... 252 Rayburn, Margaret ..........., 202 Rhodes, Emily ...................... 324 Rice, Art ............,....,.....,..,...., 346 Rico, Fay ...................,..,. 45, 204 Rice, Marvin .....,...........,........ 246 Rich, John ..,,.,..............,,.,.... 252 Richardson, Phyllis ,,.. 77, 290 Richman, Richard ,...,..,...... 252 Ric-lcabnugh, Louise ............ 77 Rietmann, Van .,............,...,. 246 Riggs, Adele ...., ,,,,...,,,,....,,.,. 101, 100, 287, 322, 323 Riggs, XVilliam .................... 263 Rilance, Virginia ,....,,... 64, 316 Riley, Dorothy .... .......,. 3 ZS Riley, Everett ,..... ..........,. 2 64 Riley, James ..... ,......,......, 7 0 Riley, Mary ........ .. ....... 1.81, 324 Rirnnac, George ..... .,.....,,,,. 2 62 Ritchie, Jack ........ ......... 2 52 Rizzi, Joseph ......,. ...... 2 60 Roach, Phyllis ,...... . ..... 308 Robb, James .....,.,..., , . .... H252 Roberts, Janet ,,......,.....,....... 326 Roberts, Lathrop ,..,.. .........,.. 2 74 Robertson, Beryl 64, 283, 208 Robertson, Robert .... 266, 340 Robertson, , Ruth ...............,.. 334 Robinson, Harold .,.............. 246 Robinson, Horace ..,..,.. 169. 214 Robinson, John ........,... 266, 340 Robinson, Marge .................. 54, 210, 230, 334 Robinson, Richard .,..,..,...... 257 Robinson, XVarren ,...13!l, 256 Robson, Louise ,...,................. 332 Rodakis, Arthur .,................ 262 Rodda, James , ,,................,.... 70 Rodman, Mary .lane .,.. 65, 336 Rodway, Maribeth ..,....,.,.,.. 287, 285, 2510. 293 Roeder, Lois ,................,......., 304 Roffe, Charles .......,.........,...... 340 Rogers, Dorothy .....,.... 234, 294 Rogers, Jean ................ 200, 308 Rogers, June ..,.,...,..,..,,........ 342 Rogers, Richard .........,.. 64. 344 Roandahl, Marie ..,..,........ Ta, 76 Rolls, Clarence ............ .,........ 2 46 Romtvedt, Winifi'erl .... 207, 318 Donning, Betty Jeanne .... Roome. Dorothy ....,....... 38, 308 Rose, Betty ......,..................... 204 Rose. Robert .................,..,..,.. 271 Roselund, I-Iildegard .......... 280, 322 Roseman, Herbert .,............ 272 Rosenberg, Robert ........,.,,,, 253 Ross, Catherine .............,.,.... 300 Ross, Janet ..............,..... 65, 204 Ross, Mary ...,........ ............... 3 00 Routh, Leonard .4....,......... 344 Routt, Dorothy' .,,,.,.. 65. 05, 183 185, 287, 288, 205, 308, 30:1 Rowan, Beth ........,......... 42, 308 Rowe, Joyce . ...,..................... 314 Rowling. Marilyn Rowse, Robert ........, Rubenstein, Shirley Rude, Evelyn .,..,,...,. Ruhl, Robert ........... Rummell, Phillip ,,... Rundell, Thomasinc Rutkowski, Edwin Rydell. Chester ...,... Ryel, James .,..... ....... .M-.Q- 270 , ,.... 302 26 70 2516 260 ....,.253 Sabin, Robert ....,........,.. 266, 340 Sackett, Beatrice ...,,.,.,. 26 Sage, Marilyn ..,...,.. .,..,.. 3 36 Sagedorf. Allan ..... ..,......, 2 53 Sagger, Harold .,......,,,,.....,.,.. 253 Sailor, Betty .,......................., 201, 203, 205, 207 200, 300 Salonimer, David . .,............. 253 Salters, Edgar ..,,,,.,, ,,,,,,.,,, 7 0 Saltness, Marion ,,l., ....... 2 06 Saltveit, Doris ......... ....... 3 04 Saltzman, Harold ,,.,,. ....., . 111 Sammons, E. C. ..,.........,....... 26 Sampson, Colonel , ............,.. 107 Sampson, Nancy ...,.............. 336 Sandberg, Eufrene ..,... 253, 265 Sandgren, E. N, .......,.... 266 340 Sands, Williani ....,. ............. 2 46 Sanesi, Nelson .... .,.....,. 2 62 Santee, Bob .,.......... , .... 111 Sargent, Samuel ...,.. ...... 2 56 Sauvie, Charles ....,..,...,........ 346 Sawyer, Martha ..............,..... 308 Sawyer, Susan .........,....,..... 30, 76. 511, 512, 135 186, 187, 287, 288, 324, 325 Scaife, Jessie .....,....,.. .....,..,,. 3 23 Scearce, Maryann ....,,...,..,, 312 Schaber, Donald ........,,......,, 246 Schaefer, Elizabeth .... 76, 336 Schaefer, Marian .......,......,, 101, 207, 227, 336 Sehaeperkoetter, XVillard 253 Schafer, Fred ..........,.,........... 262 Schappaugh. Marguerite 332 Schember, Jasper ,.,.,,.,........ Schiewe, Gloria .,..,....,.....,.... 306 Schimmeyer, 1Verner .,,...,,.. 2:33 Sclilichting, Harry ,,....,,,...., 2511 Schmeer, Barbara ....,,, ,,,,,. I S30 Schmeer, Nancy ...,.... ...... 3 14 Schmidt, Bernard ....l ,.,.,. 2 74 Schmittroth, Louis ..... ...... 2 71 Schneider, Irvan ...... .... 7 0 Schneider, Mabel ,...,..,,.,,.,.... Schneider, Robert Scholz, Melvin ............ 270, Schow, Helen . .....,..,...... 77, Schreiber, John ...,. Schrein er, Edgar .... Schroeder, Jean Schuett, John ...,........ Schulman, Hyman ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Schumacher, Doris .,..,,,......, Sohutz, Virginia ,..,.,. ,,..,,, . Schuyler, James .....,. ,,...... Schwab, Francis ..,.... ...,,.,. Schwartz, Ted , ,,.,, ,,,,,, ...,,,,, , , Schwarz, 1Villia m .... Schwedler, James ,..,.,,.,..... 320 246 277 334 253 246 2510 263 253 326 316 256 264 263 253 256 1. Schwering, Dan Hazel 30, 103 Scott, Barbara .,,,...,.............. 322 Scott, Eleanor ...................... 77 Scott, Nancy ...,... , .,.... 38, 322 Scott, Patricia ..,..... ..,.,,,... , 32-1 Scripter, Anne ..,..,, ,,...... 2 04 Scurlock, James ...... ......,. 2 2 Secord, John ........,..,, ........ 2 40 Segesser, Ernest . .,..,. ........ 2 56 Sellers, Charles ,,,.,.,., ,....... 2 46 Selsemeyer, Jack .,.... ......,, 2 46 Semski, Leonard .,,.., ,......,, 2 60 Setere, 'Bernice ..,.. .....,.. 3 04 Settle, Jan ............... ,. ........ 308 Seymour, Janice ,,......,..,....,. 292 Shafer, Edward .,...,,. M139 246 Shafer, Hugh ....... ......,.... 4 6 Shank, Loren ....,.,,,........,....., 246 Shanks, Dagmar ..,..,........., 324 Sharkey, Gerald ......., 179, 263 Sharp, Kathleen ,,.... . .,.,.....,, 312 Sharp, Marylin .......,...,.,,..l.. 323 Shea, Catherine ,..,,.,,,,,....... 312 Shearn, Marjorie 74, 280, 316 Sheldon, Henry ........,....,...... 46 Shepherd, Darrell ,............... 246 Shepherd, Dorothy ,..., ..,...... 5 308 Sherman, Mary ,,...,,.... .....,.,. 209, 288 312 Sheviak, John .,...... 22, 246, 265 Shimko, John .,..............,....... 260 Shipler, Ruth .,..... .,...., , .227, 313 Shirley, Karl ....,................,.... 261. Shoemaker, Bertram 266, 340 Shoemaker, Richard ....,,,... 262 Short, Betty ....,,,..,..,....,,.,.,. 300 Short, Frank .....,......,.,......... 50 Short, James ..,... .............., 2 72 Short, Patty ..,.,.....,....... 65, 334 Shull, Ray ,,,,,...,,,,.,,,,,,,,,......,, 253 Shuinaker, L, Kenneth 47, 84 Shy, Milton ..................,....,.. .. 70 Sidcsinger, Quentin ,... 266, 340 Siegel, Irving' ..,......,.......,...... 253 Siegman, Betty Lu ............ ,. 179, 181, 200, 310 Simonsen, D. Lu ................ 320 Simpson, Grace ...,....,. 280, 203 Simpson, Mose T. ........l....... 253 Simpson, Robert ......,... 117 118 Sippel, tlliarles ,.,.. .. ....... .. ...246 Sirotta, James ...................... 2-16 Skerry, Peggy ,,,,,,,,,,..,, 288, 336 Skordahl, Margery .............. 207 308 Skutch, VVilliam ............,.,... 246 Slade, Erwin .............. ......... 7 0 Slayter, Margery ...... ......... 2 512 Slocum, Wlilliam .................. 272 Slye, John ....,.....,...,............... 246 Smart, Patricia ............ 200 306 Smelzer, XVilliam .........,........ 271 Smith, Alfred ......... .,....... 2 53 Smith, Carol ,.,. ...... 300 Smith, Edgar ...... ...... 2 G Smith, Frances .,,.. ...... 3 20 Smith, Jane , ............ ....,.... 3 06 Smith, Janet .......,,.,. ..,....,.... 3 0 Smith, Jeannette ..........,.,. Smith, Mary ,...,............... G5 322 Smith, Marvin .,.. ..,.,,......... 2 56 Smith, Max ........ ...... 2 74 277 Smith, Milton ......................., 253 Smith, Norman .................... 273 Smith, Pauline .... 233, 234, 280 Smith, Phoebe ,....... ,............. 3 36 Smith, Robert ......,...,... 194, 27 Smith, Richard ...- ,,.............,. 2-10 Smith, Roine ....,.......,..,.... 43 33-1 Smith, Vera .....................,...... 334 Smith, Vvallace ............,....... 274 Smith, XVarren ..., 61, 256, 265 Smith, Yvonne , ....,....,,...,,,.... 304 Smythe, Barbara .................. 301 Snell, Governor Earl .... 25 107 Snyder, Harold .................,., 270 Snyder, Melissa ........ ........ 3 38 Soden, James .... ,......,......... . H274 Sokol, Clarence .................... 253 260 256 Somers, 1Vi1liam ....,...........,. Summers, Lyle .......... 139, South, Martha Sowul, Jerome .... Spady, Myron ...... Sparks, Milton .... Spencer, John ..... 246 310 246 117 iii? .......2n,l 7 Towson, Travis .,..... 74 Spencer, Put ..,., ...... 2 89, 316 Spencer, Sara ...,. .,...,.. 6 5, 324 Sperling, Aaron ..... ............ 1 30 Spiers, Bill .......... ........, 7 1 Spor, June ............... ......... 3 48 Sprague, Betty .,.,...,............ 324 Springer, Xvilllillll .,.............. 253 Sprinkel, Beryl .,.... .... 2 46, 265 Spurrier, Richard ..,.,..........A 254 Stakkestad, Jann-S ......,..,.... 274 Stamatis, James ,,,,, A............ 2 62 Stanek, Lawrence .............. 264 Stanley, Mary .....,........ 183, 204 Stanton, Gloria .,....,............, 302 Stapleton, Mary ............,..... 320 Starvich, 11111111 ,...........,.,... ..,. 3 38 Stater, Susan ,.,,,, 140, 213, 312 Staub, Maurine ..,................. 336 Stauble, Xlfinona ...........,.,.... 338 Stauffer, Thaclius ......,......... 246 Stawciki, Meceslaus .......... 260 Stearns, Shirley ...,,....... 77, 310 Steel, Mary Lee ...,,............. 310 Steele, Virginia .................... 308 'Steers, Henry .,.,.... 130, 266, 340 Steers, Howard ..,. 130, 266, 340 Stehn, John .........,...... .........,.. 2 23 Stein, Alvin ..,.........,,...,,.,....... 246 Stein, Leonard ..., ,...,..,. 2 61, 265 Steinwetz. Dorothy .,.. ..... . H334 Stem, Vifillianl , ...,.,,..,,....,,..,. 246 Stemkoski, Toney ..., ......... 2 T1 Stenberg, Oscar ......,...........,. 70 Stephens, Barlmarzl ...........,.. 294 Stephens, Evelyn ......,..,...,.. 204 Stephensen, Robe-rt ,......... 0246 Stetson, Donald ..,.......,......... 254 Stetson, Fred ...l................. 54 Stevens, Betty Ann ......... 101, 206 211, 294 Stevens, VVilliam ..,............... 254 Stewart, Billie ...,,...,......,...... 304 Stewart, Catherine ............ 308 Stewart, Floyd .......,,,.......... 254 Stiles, Robert ...........,,,.. 206, 213 Stillman, Arthur ........,...----.- 4Q Stoker, Jerome ........,...-.--- .-.246 Stone, David .,.,.....,...,.. 266, 3412 Stonebreaker, Richard ...... 346 Starch, vV'6l'llE'l' .......---,-----' A--?5f Stotlar, Robert ...... 22, 246, 26:1 St, Pierre, Suzanne ..l..,...... 324 Strahl, Valerie ..,...............-- --29Q Su-anahan, Shi1'lE:5' .......--,Y- 300 Strauss, Betty ........--,-4----- ---- 3 04 Stretch, Xvillialll ....... .... 3 ....- 2 56 Strong, Bibbits ............ 1171 314 Strong, NVoodb1-iclge .......... 264 Stuart, Betty Lee' ..,.,-..------- -295 Stuart, Roland ,..,..,, .. ......... 254 Sturm, Theodore ...... --------- 2 54 Stutsman, Lloyd ....., .....-.-. 3 51 Suhoski, Frank ..... ......--- 2 54 Sulfiow, Pauline .............,.... 342 Sullivan, Betty Jo .............. 320 Sullivan, James .......... 139, 254 Sullivan, John ...,,........ .......-- 3 fl Sullivan, Nancy ............. , ..,... 384 Sundberg, Irina .......... 200, 342 Sutcliffe, Paul .............,.- -..-..-- 2 47 Sutherland. -Tffflll ---------- 37, 336 Sutherland, Jerry ...,.......,..-. 247 Sutherland, Nancy .,..........., 336 Suttle, John ...........l.. .-..-.--. 2 73 Sutton, Marie ....... ...-AA-4. 3 00 Sutton, Ralph ....... ......,.,... 2 54 Svilich, A. .,...,......,........ ..,.....- 2 50 Svilich, Franc-is ....,..........-. 3.254 Svoboda, Blanche ..,... 201, 322 Svoboda, Mary . ...........-------- A-190 Swan, Marie- ............,.,,...,...,.. 334 Swanson, Patric-ia ..... ......... 3 36 Swenson, John .......... ......,.. 2 54 Swenson, H. ...... .,... , .,,..... 2 60 Swinka, Edward ......l.,......... 260 Switzer, Martha ..............,..... ...,.,..64, 65, 06, 173, 227, 326 Sykes, My1'l ,, ,..,,......l... ......,... 3 06 Syslo, M. L. .. ........., .. .,....-, A-271 Szalwinski, l5'rank ...,.......,.. 260 T Tague, Patricia ..... ,.... .... 3 1 0 Tahan, Nicholas ,,,, .,,...,.. 2 74 Tapp, Martha ......... ..,.,.,.. 2 95? Talcott, Harriet ,..... ,........ 3 10 Tai-ver, Raymond ...........,.,.. 256 Tavernia, Patrick .....,.,...... 262 Taylor, Barbara .,.,.. .......,. 3 10 Taylor, Betty J. ,..... ......... 7 7 Taylor, Carolyn .,.... . .,....,. 332 Taylor, Elaine .......... ........, 3 08 Taylor, Hayward ...,..,,........ 256 Taylor, Howard .........,.... 50, 86 Taylor, Jean ....,.............. ....... 180, 100, 300 Taylor, Phyllis ,........... ......., 75, 76. 296 310 298 320 Taylor, Shirley ,.,,, ,....,... ,.,.., Telfer, Lelia ........,.,..... 38, Telles, Mary , ....,.........,,.,,..... . Tengwald, Carol ............,..,.. Terjeson, Kathryn .... 183, Terry, Roslynn .....,., Tater, J. Vifarren ...... Thacher, TV. F. G. .. '1'harp, Bette ,....,,.... Tharp, Page ..,........... 'l'1myer,Jalnes .... 23S Thayer, Xvillard ....., Thomas, Benadine .. 'i'l1Oll1FLS, Dorothea .........,.... 'l'hOIU2lS, Helen ....,..... Thomas, Homer, 116, Qhibkif' "'I1'7Q'A 336 314 314 200 50 290 262 340 256 314 322 334 118 204 254 296 270 254 314 260 70 70 314 334 332 304 270 Thoinason, Marjorie ....,..... 'FllOlTl1JSOl1, Anson ....,.....,..... Thompson, Betty Jean .,,. Thompson, Carl , ..., ......... . Tllonipson, Carlton . .......... . VIWIOIIHJSOII, Gaynor ......,....... Thompson, Herbert .,......,... Thompson, Harriet , ..... .,... Thompson, Ivan ......, .,... Tliompson, Janet ................ YPIIOIIIDSOI1, Kathryn ........., Thompson, Margaret A. . Thompson, Margaret M. Thornquist, Xxrllllilllfl .......... Thorpe, Betty ...,,................. Thorsland, Martha ..,. 170, Tocimak. Andrew .,,...,.. Tokar, YVillian1 ........... Tokarz, Louis ,,................. 'l'0lYlklIlS, Virginia .... .,...,. Tomlinson, Barbara ....... Tonuray, Bobbie ..........,.... Toolnb, Donald ,.........,...... Torgler, Yvonne ...,...... 38, Torrey, Vivian .... ............ , ., Totera, Anthony .,.....,.,..... Towe, Betty ...,.... 201, 200, Towne, Jack ..,.................... Townsend, Harvey ..,..,.,... 'Pozier Trask, 1165, 'Prasl-I, Trask, 'Fra vis, , Harriet ................. Dawn ......... 238 28 288 204 . 7, , . Doris ,.,., ............ . 294 Eugene ............,...... Roy ........,............,... Travis, Virginia .......,.. ....,.. 'l'ruax, Earl .................. 272, Truoano, James .......... 139, 'l'sc-hiedel, Kermit ......,...,.. Tschirge, James ...,..,...... Tucker, Janice ........ , ......,,, . Tucker, Jeannette ......,.... Turnbow, Yirginia ...,....... Turnbull, George , ...,, ..,. 3 1, Turnipseed, Genevieve Tursich, Frank ........, ,...., . . Tuttel, Nina ........,............., Tuura, Eugene ..............,,.., Twining, Lois ,,,,,......,....... Twohy, Sally 193, 195, 288 Tyler, YVil1iam ...... .......,..... Tyner, Joan ..,.......,,..,.,.,,,., Tyner, John ....... 322 336 260 260 254 302 292 206 270 298 328 254 296 254 61 70 304 295 238 351 260 290 277 247 274 274 304 306 338 51 30 270 330 250 326 326 247 296 26-L U 298 Uhls, Louise .................,........ Ulrich, Richard .,,.. ...,,..,....... Umphlette, Yvonne .,.......... I 45, 55, 180, 191, 227, 234, 247 296 70 Underhill, Frank ...... ..... L ..... Underwood, Rex Urquhart, Bt-tty Urquiri, Conc-ha 13, Anne ...... Utz, Joyce ....................,......... 222 320 70 304 V Vail, Charles ,.: ,..... Valentine, Virginia .,..... Vali. Stephen ,..,... ...... Van Aken, Elmer ................ Van Buskirk, Ruth ..... 189, 101, Vandenynde, Dorothy VanDermark, Harry Vandor, Philip ,........... 2 130, Van Doren, Joan .................. VanDyke, XVayne ...,.......... Van Hoosear, Patricia ...... Van Petten. Phyllis ..,......... 247 200 262 254 302 336 344 247 302 247 183 324 290 262 254 262 254 334 340 Van Valzah, Anne ,,.......... Voith, George .......,..........,.,, Volders, Gerrit ...,............... , Verhay, Emil ...,..,...........,....... Verseput, Henry 130, 265, Vicary, Ardelle .......,..........., Vierling, Howard .,.... 266, Vilas. Susan .....,............ 152, 336 Villair, Jean .,....,....,,. 1450 36 Vincent, Andrew . ,..... . ,...... Vogelpohl, Betty ,. .... ......... 318 W Waddelow, Thomas .....,,..... 261 lNaggoner, Harry ..,... ..... . .254 Wag11itz, R. L. .......,.............. 271 yvagstafif, Beverly .,..........,... 330 1Vahl, Alfhild ...........,...... 76, 320 1Val1lberg, Carl .......,............ 272 Vifaite, Aralee ..........,.,,,,, ..,, 3 32 NVaite, Betty Jean .............. 3:20 WVaite, Patricia ...,............,... 320 Xvake, Margaret ,,,.........,..... 227 NValker, Anne . .... .,....... 1 83, 326 Vvalker, Betty ,...........,...,....,,, 287, 334 335 Vvalkcr, George- T. .... 130, 261 Walker, George W. .... 254, 265 VValker, Judith .,.................... 314 VValker, Marion ....,............... 338 VVallac:e, Earl ,.............., 254, 265 Vifallzure, Jean ...... 53, 201, 202 Vlfallace, VVilliam ......,......... 256 Walsll. Edward ............ 250, 265 Nvalsh, WVillia.m ....,............. 254 VValstrom, Marian ..,....,...... 202 W'alters, Connis ........ 227, 204 Vlfalters, Jean ....,.....,.., 183, 300 VValter, Marilyn ....,............. 324 Walters, Nadine ..... .......... 4 3 Wziiin, Trenton ....... ........,. 1 10 Wzunpler, Joyce ...........,,,,,.. 322 NVard, Charles ,..,.,...,,,,,,,,. ,,,, 2 54 Yvard, Josephine .......... 65, 308 l1Vard, Lloyd ...........,,,,,.. 266 340 1fVard, Ray ..,...,,,.,.,,,,,,,,,,,, ,H346 Xvarren, Elbert ....................,. 254 XVarren, Coach John .....,.... 130 VVarrens, Mary Jo .............. 324 Warren, Patricia .,.... .,,,,,, 3 22 W-ZLl'TC!1, Willis ...... .,,,,., 3 0 W'ashburn, Donna ...... ....... 3 14 Xvashburn, Frank ..,,...,,,,,,,,, 264 WVashburne, Norma ,,,,,,,,,,,, 330 Xvatkins, Catherine .... 238, 200 NVatson, Archibald .,,,,,,A,,,,,, 264 1Vatson, Jean ,..,,,,,,,,4,,A,,,,,,. 324 1Vatson, Lyle .,,,,,,,, , ,,A,,,, 271 NVatson, Robert ,,,.4 ,,,,44, 2 47 XVatson, Terry .,.,. ....... 3 24 VVatzig, Cecelia .... ,,..,,, 3 28 YVay, Eston ....,,,,,,,,l,, ,4,,,,, 1 17 VVebb, Helen ,,,,,l.,,,,,,, ,l,,,,, 2 530 1Vebber, Carl ,,,,,,,,,,,,ll,,,l,.,,,, 270 VVebl.1er, Lawrence ..,....,...,.. 274 1Veber, Fred .,,.,,., l,,,, , , ,ll,,,l,, 350 Weber, Howard ,l,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,., 272 VVeber, Leona , ..... 77, 203, 296 Vifeber, Leslie ,,,,..,,.,,,,l 273, 277 Vifebster, Jane 65, 287, 320 321 NVebster, Mary ,,,,.,,,,,,l,.,,,,., 324 VVeddle, Nick ...,,....,.,,.,, 163, 346 VVeigand, Anna .,,,,,ll,,l,,,,,,,,, 204 XVeinberg, Dorris ........ 213, 312 W'eisel, John ...,...,,,,,.,,,,,,l,,,, 346 Weisenborger, Shirley ....,. 330 Vifeisz, Barbara ,,,,,,,,,,,,4,,,,,,, 348 Weitz, Marion . ..,..,.......,...,..,.. 70 VVelch, Sue ............ 22, 154, 300 VVeldi11g, Marie ................,... 338 Vifells, Carolyn ........,............. 300 XVells, Charles .,.,. ........,. 7 0 VVe1ls, Evelyn ..,,,.......,,.....,., 348 Wells, Pat ...,.,,.,.,.......,..,......,. 292 VVelsh, Mary Lolu , ..... 227, 336 Werst, Frankie ......,,.....,...... 318 1Vessner, XVayne . ,........ 274 277 West, Francis ........,............. 254 VVest, Robert ................,....... 247 VVesLez'h0im, Mary ..,..,....,.,. 328 Xvostrum, Marvene .,,....,.,,... 200, 291 XYestveer, Robert ..............., 256 XVever, Robert ..... ..... .,........ 2 5 6 Vifexsttcn, Henry ..,.,..... . ,,,.. 254 1Veyg:indt, Dorothy ,,.., .76 294 Vvhealy, Lois ,......,,........,......., 302 NVhe-eler, Delores .......,.. 74, 334 VVhite, Betty Ann .,,.,...,...., 302 NVhite, Ralph ..............,,........,. 254 WVhite, Roger 22, 186, 270, 277 Whitman, Marilyn ...,.,..,,., 1312 Whitmcr, NVayne ......,...,..,.. 272 Vifhlttle, Joyce ,... .....,. 324 NVick, Mary Jane ..........,,.... 348 Wicke, Carol ............,..,,.,,...... 177, 183, 100, 101, 238, 204 Wicke, Charlotte .,.... 238, 204 NVierzbinski, Stanley ....,..... 260 VVigley, Carl .....,.....,..,...,.....,. 247 Wilcox, Clifton ,.....,..... 266, 340 Wildcir, Norma ,,..,.,............... 31.4 Wiley, Geraldine ....,..,,,,,.,.... 310 Wilhelin, Helen ...,..,.,....,...... 312 Wilkins, Pattie ........,,.,.....,.. 206 WViliams, Arlene ...,,..... 65, 208 1Viliams, 35, VVlli2l1llS, VVilll21I11S 1'l'illia1ns. XVillia1ns. VViIian1s, XVilll3.lllS. Robert .......,.. 271 Dorothy Bla rga ret IJOUHZI .....,..., 118011 ...1.....,,. 261' , Eloulse .fiffifi Juliette ......,, 1516 ...31 208 1.332 ...sm 0 346 65 277 lVillner. Benton .. .. ,,,,..... 273 VVilson, Betty .,...... .,..,.,.,.... 2 02 XN'ilson, Connie ....,..,,,,........,.. 314 VVilson. Dorotha .......... 77, 200 YN'ilson. Elaine ..,,,, .....l,,,,,. 2 02 '11'ilson, George ..,.. ...... 7 U, 271 lVilson, Harold ,.,.,.,,... .,.,,.,,, 2 50 ll'ilson, John C. ,,..,......,.,,,,.,, 270 VVilson, John H. ......,,..........., 254 XVilson, June .... 74, 75, 76, 208 XYilton, Nora ........................ 206 YVimberl3', Lee .,,.............,..... 163 Vifindhaln, Malcolm .,.,....,,.. 274 Vi mdolph, Joan ,..,..........., M306 VVin' Harold I 3. ,,.. ....,.. VVlnkler, Ann ..,.,.,,,,,,,.,.,,.,, .........271 2.326 Xxvillslllll, Annanme ,,,,,.....,. 200, 296 XYinsle-y, Lois ......,,.,,,,,,,,,l,.,,, 288 204 lVinter, George ........... ,........247 Vvilllllllklll, Arthur ...,,.,,,,.,,,,, 247 VVisner, Jay .....,...,..,..,,, 1:13, 256 Vlfisting, Phyllis ,..l,.ll,,,,,,,,., 300 Vlfithington, Laurence ........ 271 XVithyco1nbe, Carolyn ..,... 306 VV'itter, Sanford . ,,,,...,.,,l,.,,,., 262 Vifittwer, Marguerite ., ,...,.. .328 VVitty, John .............,............,. 256 W'oerner, Vlfiliam ,,...... 254, 265 VVohler, Helen .,,,..,,,,,,,,ll,,,,,, 316 YV0lch0ck, Perry ,,,,,,,l.,,,,,,,,, 263 Wolfenbarger, Curtis ....,.,.., 254 VVooley, John .,.,,.l.,,.,,,,l,l,l,,,, 344 Vifoo, Thomas ..,....,..,...,......... 271 VVo0d, Kenneth ,,,.,,. l ,,,,,,,, 220 VVood, Mabel ......,. .... . . 84 VVood, Rollin .......,... ,,l..,,., 2 80 1Voodbury, Major ,,,,,, ,,,,,, S 0 Vifoodcock, Cynthia ,,,,,.,,,,,, 324 VVDOdf0rd, Norma , ..,,,,,,,,l,,,, 334 Vifoodhurst, Mary ,,,,l,,,,,,,,,,, 33-1 VVoQds, Fred .,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,l,,,,,, 3 4.1 VVoodward, Donald .l,,,,,,,,,, 264 VVoodward, hlilo ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,l,,, 316 YVOodward, Pat ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,4,,, 316 Mzoodworth, Evelyn .... 280 318 YN oolery, James ,,,,4,,,1,,,, ,,,,,,, 7 0 VVorth, Robert .........,.. 130, 247 XVorthington, Roy .....,..,..... 247 VVren, Bob , ,,,,,,,,,,,l,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,, 119 VVright. Mary ,,,l,,,,,,,,,,,4,,,,,,,, 01, 287, 288, 314, 315 VVright, Virginia ..,..,.......... 175, 105, 225, 314 Xvyckoff, Rohr-rt ,,,l,,,l,,,,,,,,,, 272 Y Yakubik, Alexander ............ 260 Yarbrough, Aldeanc- 200, 342 Yates, Norris ...,,.., ,,,....,.....,.. 206, 207, 351 Yates, Riullard .........l.,,....... 256 Yocum, Harry .,.,,... .,,.,..... 6 0 Yoder, Marlon ...... .,.,,,..,,... 2 47 Young, Alfred ..,... .,,,..,,....,,,, 2 74 Yonung, Anita ........,.,. 195, 336 Young, Aretha ....... , .............. 334 Young, Barbara ..,.,, , ,,,.,,,.... 326 Young, Marjorie ,.,.,.,,..,,.,,., . 11,54 100, 101, 205, 206, 318 Young, Oge .....,,...,,.....,,,.,,.,,,, 02, 94, 06, 173. 238, 266, 340 Young, Paul ..,.........,...., 139 254 Young, Viiilliam .......,,.,,,,,,,.,, 254 Younger, Bbwbara ............., 191, 205 312 Yuhas, iWilIiam , ...,.....,.......,. 260 Yungen, Lucille .................,,. ,. ,,......,,.. 80, 110, 287, 318, 319 Z Zarpas, Samuel ..... ......,.. 2 54 Zeek, Yvonne ......., ..,...... 3 30 Zeller, Dorothy ........ ........, 3 20 Zemon. 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