University of Oregon - Oregana Yearbook (Eugene, OR)

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'E-tb took nois, his MA. and 'P Yedr in Boston rnercharl re as a merchant in '27 as an u Piiter a ' d two mo him in ' aqain g if i L. A yd he apphe ,c'A,q'1 Peoria. Euqene knew 5, ' . assistant protessor ot econornics, Y tforn 'SG to '33 as protessor. To accept an associate protessorship at Stantord he t Oreqon, aiter tive Years returned as dent A crowded caiendar testities s a speaicerq a XOCUYLY es shows o his pop tor rernernberina siude his iceen interest in the Univ ersrw SWLUGUCY . .ax HISFIR H N ,N it s fo. x 1 presi . uiaritq a nts' narft ' con- '0, 'Sw X tr' :Ah X HPQ 14,,?'f' f 'K . I 1 K . '41 .4 V Q' N S ' W , .x .AV I qt-his isno . . counufl dub' 1 -. U 5' w N Q 4 -JG" A "'9,i ' v A 4 : I' :L . '.-1, ..f. 956' , N bl. 'H'-H g. x ' iii'-"1,:'g.' .,L1,W5:,3Y1M,f,. 1' 1 A. , ,.,. . ' v v ' -' " -. ..1 ' . Y. .. 4 ' .- f. ,, - an W -- - .EQ -A f w 64' 5 4 J? PRESIDENT DONALD M. ERB 11 xx' I -lv ,iz '51 .3 .t ' lr?,f7'mT?i?:qg-ll I 5 t lv . 1 ...-5'- w- s E iw 1 . ,-fy inu- x VICE-PRESIDENT BURT BROWN BARKER IEW RMU if ,J f J., A 'X is i 1? '.. If .t 4 W ff me , f5'f""i' ' r - 1.x I 'x f Alf?" sq "Dollar a year man" Burt Brown Barker is rounding out a life of professional activity. Dignified, reserved, Yet iriendly, he has served the University as Vice-president Since '28. His interest in Oriental relations has given Oregon some celebrated Asiatic lecturers. He encourages scholarship with the Burt Brown Barker Cup. Educated at Chicago and Harvard Universities, he has an honorary LL.D. from Linfield. TOP RIGHT. VICE-PRESIDENT VIEWS ART MUSEUM WITH GERTRUDE BASS WARNER, DONOR, BELOW, DRS. NASH AND HUNTER RECLINE WITH EX-LAWYER BARKER AT LIBE'S BROWSING ROOM BAPTISM. 12 'ftaffg .Q , IT.. Wg. if 1 1 :gl - 1 bu... ' -F :ITS S? 'Y 'F mar-rum --v- r' :J r. ,:. f 5. 1-ll ,N 5 .Q if-r.vi2.g, Q, ,HM iffy: 'ml Ri- lf, 55' ?,.:ig:,,A, ' -fit?-'L Has , . .5 .--far..-2,5-as . . . ' '. '.".:"'.f' -..!7'?.'f?'1 '- I-'ff 5332151 friiz'-iff rar ' ww V- A. k if :ww -we v L qi , 'tus r -if Q-g.'s.s1:,y','. E,1Af'g5y,,,. m "H fig. 'iff 'f . if .1 ,-. , ,Q .r , . 5.lx4!'..5-,rt fxilrgjz IL .. ,,.1.,,g ,Q 57,5 yr, ,V A-2, -' ' ' ' s.L..l..V. r.14.Ls3.i.j.Q-t,..:: EXECUTIVE SECRETARY EARL M. PALLETT Saved from a prosaic education by the World War, Earl M. Pallett concluded two years of soldiering with a year in the University ot Toulouse, France. Earlier two years of study at Wisconsin State Normal School had qualified him for principalship in Rock- ford, Illinois. There he remained until the flags began to wave. Prom Directorof Extension, South Dakota State Teachers' College, he came to Oregon, finished Work here for Ph.D. Once Acting Dean of Men, now Registrar and Executive Secretary, his present lite is recorded in his titles. TOP LEFT, ASSISTANT REGIS- TRAR CLIFFORD CONSTANCE FRETS OVER ENROLLMENT FIGURES WHILE BUSINESS MANAGER J. ORVILLE LIND- STROM MAKES ASSETS EQUAL LIABILITIES PLUS PROPRIE- TORSHIP. 13 L 1 K k 1 W L, X V X ,mv ' , X, ,f, xl L, 'N ' f N 3-f " w -+ 1 My U 1 V , w ,XL ,,,, i'P Pm and Pd Qhxxeckuve f 1 fl 5 "4-if lL !4, 4 f 5 f Sf 'F' , ur Dean Ellis F. Lawrence Back to the edit: al 1 " 'Y fx -it Www 'wwtifl QW tt wt-t it 4 "A thorough knowledge ot plumbing might prove invalu- able to the architect," opines Dean Ellis F. Lawrence. He ignores not the practical although his code is a "keen appre- ciation of the beautiful, anywhere and everywhere." A rec- ognized leader in his profession and its allied arts, he hopes again to see the medieval "spirit ot man" in architecture. Came to Oregon, 1914, as first dean ofthe "Triple A" school. In tree moments, his violin is a source ot mood inspiration: his hobby, collecting agates. Professional titles include membership in Board of Directors, American Institute of Architecturep American Ceramic Studiop Public Works of Art committee: Association oi Collegiate Schools of Archi- tecture nomination committee. Dean LaWrence's practical nature finds expression as Chairman ot the City Planning Council, Portland Chamber of Commerce. Benedictive bouquet: his grads go places and praise him. Q Q O9 SUTHERLAND sHAPEs wE1GH'r C' PEE'-s SLUVS E4 ,Sinus C N L EQROTDY O Av Q o 'og-v,,f7v 10 KZVQ 41,9 8 7-S 95 When divorced from teaching thoughts or Triple "A" School requirements for graduate assistants, lean Sutherland turns specialist. Her favorite pastime is sculptoring some tormless entity into recognizable shape. Fred Collins receives notor- iety for WPA Work on Natural History Museum busts. His castings of skulls typifying early types ot man have found good exhibition use. ln the pottery department lohn Rider assists associate professor Victoria Avakian. Besides cera- mics, he teaches jewelry making, producing bracelets and rings in gold and silver. Travels in the Orient have given prof Brownell Frasier many interior design ideas. The li- brary browsing room, her latest project, proves practicality of study with clever and comfortable arrangement. Great tancier oi San Francisco, she recites quaint shops in Bay City, deviates to chat on clothing costumes. To her the Ore- gana is indebted tor willing cooperation and technical ad- vice in picture composition. 4, 'S'-1 fee .sw ls Prof. W. R. B. Willcox is the quidinq spirit of Oreqon's architectural labs. His theories are projected in weekly politico-economic bull ses- sions popularized in his home by undergraduate participants. Head of space arts is N. B. Zane who spends much time in decorative design. Laymen in art appreciation class listen attenta- tively to his philosophical discussions on aes- thetics. Camera tan is professor Eyler Brown. He teaches construction courses doped with mathematics and sidelines his time on photo composition. . . . .L ,..- .. it PROF W R B WILLCOX 'fx - ff' 5-'- WEDNESDAY EVENING BULLSESSION AT WlLLCOX'S For its Sal Q Following the contour's upward trend, opposite page, archi' tecture students and faculty are caught at usual Wednes- day evening bullsession in Professor W. B. B. Willcox's home, with Dean Ellis F. Lawrence sucking pipe and facing the host. Above, Harriet Casey makes a pretty picture put- tering about her pottery work. Next, Professor Eyler Brown ccaches overflow of drafters in exhibit room. Earle Curtis and Bob Swan, follow, at easels in drawing class. With chisel and mallet Clarence Bates sculptors a mass of non- descript stone from clay model. Above, on this page, Pro- fessor Brownell Frasier instructs Phyllis Elder in interior decorating. Artists Epperson, Woodall and Schmierer indus- triously daub with paint brushes. Ieanne Sherrard hides her tace while sculptoring. To the right, Professor P. A. Cuth- bert relaxes with pipe watching Gordon Clark and Warren lones landscape model plots. Normal art prof, Maude l. Kerns, completes the page instructing a design class. L tx? A . ABOVE: PROF CUTHBERT AND LANDSCAPE DEVOTEES BELOW: NIAUDE KERN5 GIVES POINTERS TO NORMAL ART STUDENTS Ili 'IQ D U r . 3 I KATHRYN BOSSINGER, DONALD BOYD, V PALO ALTO, CAL., EUGENE., E.5. GENERAL ART B.S. DPAWING AND PAINTING ELLEN HURST, EARL LAYMAN, PENDLETON, NEWEERG. B S, NORMAL ART B S. ARCHITECTIJRL ewlfy 599 plan BETTY CLEATOR DOROTHY E. COOK UNDINE CROCKARD PHVLLIS JANE ELDER JEAN HOLMES PORTLAND LONG BEACH EUGENE PORTLAND PALO ALTO B S LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE 5.5. ARCHITECTURE E.S. NORMAL ART B.A- INTERIOR DESIGN B.S. INTERIOR DESIGN JEAN MACLAREN MAE MORRISON DORIS ROBISON LOUISE ROBISON GLADYS SAUNDERS EUGENE PORTLAND TAFT TAFT EUGENE 5 S INTERIOR DESIGN B.A GENERAL ART 8.5. LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE B.A. INTERIOR DESIGN B.S, NORMAL ART Baccalaureate and advanced degrees from the Triple "A" School are offered in seven fields. Five years of applied study leads to a Bachelor of Architecture. Offered in cooperation with Oregon State is a four-year study of structural design providing a B. S. degree. Landscape architectural studies for five years and four-year curricula in drawing and painting, sculpture, normal art, and general art permit such titles as Bachelor of Landscape Architecture and B. S. or B. A. degrees. Mathematics and foreign language requirements force its students from easels and drawing boards to frequent other campus classrooms. EARL SCOTT CLAUDIA SEVIER PORTLAND PORTLAND B.A. DRAWING AND PAINTING B.S. NORMAL ART JUNE UNTERMAN DOROTHEA WITT' LILIHA. HONDLULU PORTLAND B.S. GENERAL ART E.S. NORMAL ART 24 ..f 4' 'XJ - ,Zvi Y-, f, :-gf - - f -- L-Y: .-J, W VX and LQXXQY 4' . xl. . 10 aff" I. I 'QQ R 4 ' ' I fs I, .194 Y.' ". 5.14. !a.,,..,, ff. v -1 Q! W 'A ..t 4 f'u1':'333 fs -.YA ,r 5 J ' I . , . dm .J V . 3-,ll L gf Ng' A Z., 'A f' . f ': I ' -1 f. ffl, V' 1- 1 1 .', 'l' . fs 3.5 ' Q ff wwf. 'u"'- ' . "L: ' ,Q 'xr' vf, ' L ' 4-nl ' -"3'1',y nv, .1 P V' 9 - S f - 'f . , .f 3 . , ' S "?g::L".2'iEY.3. :ix"f? ' xi A " Q A Z4 :Q x f 14 : ' ' D. " '- 4 J. ".g . uv fff' ., 57'-ffzfigfnff ' flzfg' ' 4 , ' - x-,IS- A ,A , vB "x' ,A ,S-5 ,J .S , .,7f D 7: 2-f'n' Q' iff? -' Q Q ' ' 3924-il? '-'7' ' ,. f A 'zfiyl ' - - +-.A .5 'Ln 3' Y' -'Q'-1'-. X1 ,: r 'IJ 'nfrxtl O 1 I '-A'-,yr "'-'Eu 'jr'-,j..Qv , - . I 41,4 - M, K . ,FB .if 'JA ' '31 bg.. . 'ti ' Q-A .5 13 ,Y '6f'f'e"iQ-?ll,1:4F' '- f.'7i5ffFf5'A. fini -J' f , tTY4.!.f4r.AL.,,,,'1!! 'ir'-A J ' - ' I ' J' Dean C. Valentine Boyer Dean into Pre ldent---and Back Oregon's hard-times president, Dr. C. Valen to the University as head ot the English department. An ad- ministration shake-up creating the College ot Arts and Let- ters gave him the deanship in 1932. Although adding a new title in 1934 when Oregon demanded a president once more, equestrian Boyer remained head ot the English school, boss ot Arts and Letters. Experienced in economiz- ing, the Dean sold two-bit cigars to pay his Way through Princeton Where he earned three degrees. Commissary overstocking gave him the cigar habit. As president of Ore- gon he descended to cigarettes. Youth made him selt-con- scious in the limelight, shy oi receiving assistance. Over- burdenecl by the presidency, he surrendered active com- mand of Arts and Letters to the former English head, Herbert Howe, in '37. Relinquishing the presidency last year, he returned to his deanship duties, cigars, and horses. C6 l 26 PEPAHN5 XSTFNCE MARY FUL P-SS PF-OF . G DI E5 HELP ?to e hx ooX at is 0 r Koi ask Lo out x V muck ie Kokcd. I STR CTOR HPTRGKS IS FOR SPEECH STUDENTS 2 Z Y K seor Mcxw ?1.?e1Xd.rxs XeXXe Qmee-emped Neie, above, that Enqhekx ixeskxmerx. Uppex efoxds 'QY1 sch xouflfoecx uw Bm' em wh Comp tiqbk, rmcr ophorx her voice Soi peisorxd c speech pto'sDonc1Xd Horqis dxepkrzs s expx eeskorx. 'NTKXXOQA HCM s cmciem-smeXXXnQ Boom 7 , is to me riqbk, where words o ieeeot become doodes on siudems' Xoose- 915. Xe ai she f CRXTKCAL PAJDKEN PRP-TER-LUKE ATTVTUOE ADOPTED DURTNG LECTURE UC1' ORDXNG KN SPEECH Cl-A59 NJ OXCE FEC OR E. D. KYYTOE GRADU ATE AEST FRF-EF RESEARCH P-591 ROBERT VOSPEF 'Yo Xeit, ekoqe-struck ekuoeme Xuq Klexq Home Ko Xeom Took Xiie wwrxout Xmcor-N1 octwokee octore Ko ekmqqle koi ekofooyoq Hoi oce Hobioeoo -s oxomo or eofoete Xeom 'NYXOK qoes on xoekixod Gukkix cxmom in Xohoeoo X'XoXX. Top Xeii, cookie-docket cbd Xiiiioe, oqkekx px oi, 'xouoke dose wwe rubber-hooded Ke-sk papers. 'Yop xxqkxx, Dewi em Homo. 'XoYm?xc1x0on , 'NT mceot Goxes pose oqoxoex Toe 'Om-J et saw' fs, recor dmc oppot owe, xiieoohze cor eexe behind 'Coe yoke. Bokxofo Xeii, Phi Beie Bob 'NT oepex, xeseorckx oseketooi P-'NEW of WON 'N ' Gxeek, drums peocxk on 'scOoXe oe Ykofoefe beet Xkkeromxe sxoopee in his rome. Bokioro fiom, Chriekicm NX. Yieer, 'Nuk- ioq ekkck kr9oood,Xecmreeq ca vexeome piece oi chow. Xiee Y6O63I in bocitd Nuekiokkooe or to Yxud ok eleepmq eiudeoke nv-Xu Pv v e-nov U59 COEO THENYE 5 il W ORK Koi 0 XL WRKGHT' 5 A55 DR. SPANXSH CL ,.-T V Y- X QR- Wg' O Wriqht, Xett, Born in tand ot Pancho Vttta, Dr. Leavttt . pratttes Spantsh trorn expertenceg teaches tt to accompany- tove ot tanquaqe. Scandtnavtan-named Dr. ' invokes "s'tt vous ptatt" on ' ttectuat pose. tnq ctass trorn Cart Sohnsonj rtqtnt, potttetv French studes, enttctnq tatter qroup to Both Romance tongues tnterest tneavv po araduate ctttzemv veartv. .3 tnte putatton ot under- P 'fs 28 on Nc .404-IVZQON o u lv MGMT 'o Iv '-'Iv ask 'ptX9W T new W J 5. 99+ 954 v- 96 vt- M taht' OWU ,490 fx. sf- no vw wr ,rs Se 6,4 awp 995' rflhovs 10 30 rf- F- 9,0 ow s2.1f5,g.w,'igU+ ' X os. "'.51W",,o6F,1e0a Cpj'-V1 Gvlvgg- 6299 g vxg?-- be vb P- vao ov 0 V' eo gn 69 69.5 F21 r-V' Q6 f, V- 39 eo ,ef et' ee e 2 9,1 UU1' Pia?-ow 21564 F- has as vs aw N5 Mt' LP' 59-' 4- pe 9. , 45" FV' M '86 621-Agiwgif' p. vt O YK PRES. Q . Osh-RT 4 RQETSO South Carolinas Wofford College is the home of ten- year-old Delta Phi Alpha. The national honorary was organized at Oregon tour years ago to promote inter- est in German culture. Study of the Teutonic language as undergraduates precedes pledging into the society. Oiticered by president Robert M. Garretson, Anne Frederiksen and Fred Rasor, the society meets semi- monthly in Gerlinger Hall, listens to lecturers or advis- ers. The latter are Drs. Astrid Williams and Friedrich Schmidt, both experienced in German society and travels. Dr. H. G. Townsend, below, deserts his philosophY department for "Side" atmosphere with mills, pie and an Emerald as associates. Right, Prof "Stevie" Smith, Rhodes scholar two decades back, also quatts the lacteal liquid at a Thirteenth Street "bar." DR H G TOWNSEND PRO S . STE D 'YE 'Vs Ofv s,,1ITH 29 ,W ,lst f' ' -f!.g- A '17 'A ' ' .1117 X 'Vw 30 Students, faculty, townspeople combined to convert vast McArthur Court into an epic theatre last sprinq term. Against an ever-chanqinq, phantasmaaoric background and upon cr qeometrically modern stage set, a cast ot hundreds presented Henrik lbsen's poetry drama, "Peer Gyntf' Lavish dance numbers, beautiful dialoque, and the brilliant acting of Walden Boyle as "Peer" made an ASUO triumph. mwf4w.c,M,4, N , E ffiwiwif WM E "L . l,,4rJyf3XI Q1 C' -1:44 5? W L..,.,gg, i YT?-ww' ' aff' B? M' '7 5T'jj'Q51"fENs..f3..vcmf,,bVUfm' w,g5.o ,ogiib-WS?" W'ww,Ywwi5g?'wyji'x ,W . ' w :"v'w"'w ww vw hw 1 51 14 mm, k L' ' I ea Q , , W. mi . Q if .xi I '5?a,,, , :f ' ,, 'W Cs' 2.2"'i P , 4 :ITU 1 -1 U' gary' ' ' li , "' ,I , E' 7' .fx M ' Y K ' ,w1 ,uv"'fQ'fJ?,a ai f . X . X 4 fi-- .-,f f- X 53 S21 W. 3 Mammf"gQQL1,',jigM...N..gQs:,fES1 ,wwf EVM, 3 ,,.,v,,,zpv ,L W 'X N Y XXX XA In -- '-4 bl 1, 1 xggisfx r 6 . . D . 3 . . Ll W. N 'A 4+ . 4 2' Y A Q! 1 ' 1. X, 2 king' ag , x w Q 9,2 f' :I J . XJ' 5 .aim - . ' JI 5Ewssg,go.,,uo.!:77 ' q?f?"fw.1N, Y Fumes-,w,, ex .4-f1 i,,' i Ai' WALDEN The Drama Division Oregon's Drama Division offers students instruction and supervised practice in techniques of acting, stage and cos- tume design, and play production. It also offers tutorship un- der alive and interesting professors. Department head is Ottilie T. Seybolt Whose collegiate profession reads like a traveler's itinerary. Lover of cheese, extremely busy Mrs. Sey- bolt conditions all Guild Hall players With snacks of milk curds. Interested in individuals, she gets nervous with players, trains them thoroughly. Assistant prof Horace W, Robinson has Won fame for dead-pan expression during play perform- g5:fjEMTsNgEi:EgET ances. A Wooden countenance sans enthusiasm and compli- mentary remarks make his subtle spoken humor dynamically funny. Sympathetic under a dispassionate exterior, he is laud- ed for great creative fund revealing itself in rare productions and stage designs. The Robinsons Sunday evening open house groups is talk of campus troupers. Oregon's '37 gradu- ate, Walden Boyle, left his instructor's post Winter term to enter Cornell Graduate School of Drama. His Pasadena Playhouse experience further developed his talent to play title role in "Peer Gyntf' Secretary of the Division's one hundred and fifty studes is Austin Dunn who advertises plays, handles ticket sales. Deliberate in Work, he attracts interest with brittle, dry Wit. mail'- we E... BOYLE AUSTIN DUNN HORACE RoBlNsoN 32 04- 'dir '., f v , XXX , X QA XX ,N X 'N X XX X:X:.,X!X X XX E1 XX af X .WJ 1 XA X XX XX X Fi9'!335fT X 3-XX X XX sf XX XV X XX ' fgziiif 5' XXXJQLX XX 'TEQXXX " X fix: X X XX XX XX Xu . X , K X I . X, , XXX, H X Xs1XXXX'X', .,. ,XX ,XX ' XXL XX X 955 ' XXX ,X 1 XE, X Xl A ,X X, XHXX.-fi XX ,X H XXXwXXXXXXX'X 332, .XX XXXQQTX - X XXXXQLXX XXXXXXQ' ' XX LN' " xl-'Xmf XXH' QNX X MX XX XX' XX X 1' ,, X I XX XX 2 X XX XX "X " 'XM Q XX X . X X XX. XX! XX XR X! 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EX- pertenoed actors played lead roles whzle sufnmer school students hlled support- rna casts. '21s Husbands Go, " a spark- lrno ljaht comedy by Rachel Crot opened fall term s dralna se versity Theatre. St bolt Chreoteo' .DZCIYC hers, ason ' arrrn by H o12C'e Jffo rn Unt- Q Ctttlje Self oraoe Robin rned two Ifntddl fowarhfatua ertsh son, the e-QQed Wolnen ted with apoet and Q12 ed noblenyan In Parts. NSE MOMENT IN 7-HE INTIII-14 TE THE4 THE A eunfnss INT? 'rvvo or THE ..,,,e,v,q rs LIVES WAX X - new I . Q If 'Hr Va te 1 Vets ,, . ' " tarted ' Prrvate L1 VS-'S S U Noel Ctjouhmlj irue Hrst njqhter fash1O17 Win ter err H ' tfee wtth for1?1QUY aimed Qudfence' 1 Cc? lfes tn foyer dufiflg 117 fefmlsslon' Gnd gmc Parisian apartment to lfroin QjgjsOi1?rlT3Vest IHQUSSI the leads' 1 'LIU9 , KCI? lwclfllear and Edd-79 Heqm' In this effervescellf Comsdy zrbble with Wif- Qde .D-JO1'Q HIGH fb X 34 U7 I If After i'ts three-niglqt run in Guild Holi, N Eugene OlVeills IFUYDSIOI fones" was prolnptly judged Q ngturdl for title role Qotor Bob Gino Whitneld. As Brutus jones, persongble 'ZSIZTIOJTSYN Wliitneld created intense drolncf in ggily clczd clothes: The Oregon premier portrayed difncult settings Qided by properties from A the Son Proncisco Q'vic Opero Co. A night in of limitless jungle tgxed in- gen uity of undergrgd carpenters. Four ortin'ciol trees gnd Q mossy stulnp pros vided the Qtnyosphere. 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Lord and Thomas, international advertis- ing agency, deemed Oregon most radio conscious campus on coast. 37 DARLENE BERRY MARGARET BURNET BOISE E A T ELLINORE CAVERHILI. THE DALLES LU ROMANCELANGUAGES B GENE A ENGLISH JUNE LOUISE H B A ENGLISH AIG VIRGINIA HASTINGS RUTH HILLMAN EUGENE MONTEREY E A B A ENGLISH LETTERS B Oy? XX I1, Q -1 J 1 ills' . I helleys ith heap kin ALBERT CHANIBERLIN MARJORIE DAVIS LUCY DOWNING ALENE FAIRCLOUGH PHYLLIS GARDNER HELEN RANDS ROS BURG ROSEBURG, B.A., WESTFORT, E.A,, OREGON CITV PORTLAND, B.A., PORTLAND. B.A., A ENGLISH ROMANCELANGUAGES ARTS AND LETTERS B.A., ENGLISH ARTS AND LETTERS RCMANCELANGUAGES LOIS HOGAN BONNIE LITCH KATHLEEN NICALEAR ESTHER MCKEOWN DOROTHY MAGNUSON REEDSPORT ENTERPRISE HILLSBORO GRANTS PASS BOOTH E A ENGLISH B.A., ENGLISH B.A., ENGLISH B.A., ENGLISH B.A., ENGLISH Bachelors and Masters in Arts and Doctors ot Philosophy degrees are gained through the College ot Arts and Letters. Existing to teach! efficient use of languages and taste tor litera- ture, the A and L faculty ties its curri- cula in with other schools on the campus. The Department ot Philoso- phy is controlled mutually by this and the Social Science College. Two years ct foreign language study allows the student a B. A. degree-the chief re- quirement difierence between B. A. and B. S. Through its English Depart- ment the college has popularized courses in speech and drama. PEGGY JANE PEEBLER CLARENCE PETERSON PEGGY LEE REAVIS M H M FENDLETON B,A'. ENGLISH ARY RICHESON PORTLAND B.A., ENGLISH ARRIET SARAZIN NYSSA, B.A., ARTS AND LETTERS ARY SHERLOCK PORTLAND B.A., ENGLISH PORTLAND E.A., ENGLISH WILFRED ROADMAN EUGENE B.A.. ENGLISH LAURIE SAWYER EEND E.A., ENGLISH MARY A. SKIRVING THE DALLES, B.A., ARTS AND LETTERS ENTERPRISE E.A., ENGLISH DONALD ROOT PORTLAND B.A.. ENGLISH NINA SCHMOR EONANZA, B.A., ARTS AND LETTERS CATHERINE STAPLES ONTARIO B.A. ENGLISH VIRGINIA REGAN PENDLETON E.A., ENGLISH ETTABELLE RUSSELL CORVALLIS, B,A., ARTS AND LETTERS JANE SCOTT ALBANY B.A.. ENGLISH V'ONA UPTON SPRINGFIELD B.A., ENGLISH 3,99 , -.iff fl 1,19 fu-4""' f f ,ff 1,4 . ' P:.,.k'if:"" Q " 1 A O Hu mess ' ' auou dvmm Kr 4 1 if f5ia,2:!i 5' Enclomd with an active faculty an intreasiuff eniollinent and the Miner building, the School ol' Business Aduiinistra- tion attracts the 'practical lllllll'l,y drops its dignity annually to play hasehall with the Law SelioolqSeat olfa live-year aetataittng course wliichgives the United States a high percentage ol its CP.A's, Uregon 'had llA,studients placing lirst and seoondin National exaniiuatioii'two years hack. Applied education is the keynote: the Sclioolffmailitains a bureau ol' business research, sponsors the annual llregon Ptetail llistrihutors' lnstitute, eGra,duati.ngfseui'o'rs are inter- viewed personally hy Dean Morris to "aitl'ftheir placement in industry. Four honoraries heiglitien-the., academic tone. Exceptional scholarship marksithe memhersliip of Beta Gamma Sigma, presided .over hy the Dean. Luther Seihert heads Alpha Kappa Psi, men's honorary, .lea-ni Palmer, Phi- Uhi Theta, the woniens. Professor UH. Burrell sponsors Beta Alpha Psi for male accounting students. Training lor leader- ship in business is schools objective, the students incentive. -als , "-v Q life j' 5 its si ga sf' Mfr I-fi af- 5 'F U.-gf vig., ,Yi5'i'i me 235 92' Vi' , iii!!! , ig 1. E Q55 ' 1 ,hh . 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' ,.' . mf., '11 P,'.'-1-,Lg " -22 If L .A , li-,f.1 fl .Q . ..,:-Ji, , 4 ,, ,,.w,- N 4. kai .,. iw.,-,3,5 4 d5,N..s.- j, t s-X 4 V, 'Vin ' ,FMISJA S.. IF in 5 , P 1 .4-lv, Q, fm A .. '. ff, 5-4"n93f' . ' ' '1' .Y-,g,'.. V' fp as 2 ' fi, .IL 'f.1.fEw":.- f ' . .'-'fi' ' f -' - 445 'f"". ' . 'Pg Hi Enem 1 Ennui nd Stranded in New York, a nickel change, and a weeke just ahead: "That's when five complacent coppers can have a great utility value," vigorously vouches Victor P. Morris. Oregon's alumnus BA'd in Greek, also remained home for his Masters Columbia University gave him his Ph.D., the nickel episode, and a renewed yen for Eugene. Returning by way ot Grinnell and Oregon State colleges, he sand- wiched in five years of high school instruction. Back home, l926, as an Econ proig upped to clean ten years later. He is dynamic. Ennui is his enemy, activity his hobby. Steeped in civic affairs, churched in Christian ethics, schooled in inter- nationalisrn as weekly KOAC world commentator, Dean Morris personifies an approach to the "richer, fuller lite." ffiw ff. .. 2 . PROF O K. BURRELL PROF A. B. STILLMAN B-A-srung N INTENSE srudrvs ARE NOTED FOR Professor O. K. Burrell is characterized by a contagious sense of humor, a head of closely cropped hair. Accounting theory and courses in investment are his classes which upper division stu- dents frequent. A gentleman farmer, he tends chickens at out- skirts of Eugene to feather his nest. Although crafty at' cards, he Waddles within the conservative class of University intelli- gentsia. Accounting prof A. B. Stillman is rnost mild mannered. Teaching elements of accounting take up most of his professoriai hours. An expansive soul, he is friendly, Well-liked, often stops to chat with students on Way to Work. His occasional trips down Thirteenth Street are in company of coffee-thirsty Business Ad profs. Generous with time, he is remembered by timid freshmen for patience in defining assets and liabilities. 9,09 9 Hgh PJ- MEN1 Nasal 5,5teN COM vs P- P-T af-5 . 09415 -rP-V' 5 TU. Making lt Their Bu iness Freshmen and sophomore studes know prof L. C. Ball best. His time is taken up teaching constructive, retail and cost accountinq, also analysis of financial statements. Typitying an accountant, he presents elaborate forms and important laws in matter-ot- fact tone, cloes not build up to colossal climax. From the Hoosier State of Indiana, he has been in Oregon commercial education since '32. Slim and quiet is Dr. I. l-l. Bond who specializes in man- agement courses. Slow in speech delivery, he takes pride in dic- tion, picks choice words, never tails to detour should grammatical errors arise. With this type of talk goes a slow, dry humor and a love to kick sixteen-cylinder words around block three times. Liked as an adviser, he is often sought out for answers learned after thirty years ot teaching experience. PROF L. C. BALL PROF J. H. BOND ' - ..,. . THE GOM, 44 VXSU iq, 17-ED CONETRUCTVIE ACCOUNTXNG V5 OIFFKCULT BUT EESENTXAL EN FREE!-HA FEGXSTRFTXON FKRS1' STEP ifior diio Piiqei kids ifiokiixiq oo Oi eqorif s business men iii Qoe mdkixiq. Pix iop oi pdqe, qrddudie dssisidriiYidriif.'i,. CXOOYYQDGYS ixlpiiies wie, squiiii- iriq di bdifiic presiderii s dodcic. Pimaious io iedm, 'NIOOXXQ Ciidrdoers seeics dssisidxice oi 'idiiiii NX. Ooiicoie, sciiooi secieidw, decides io exiioii. Siuigiq by ioidis idiiiriq io iibe, he SCYCXXCXXQS scouiice. dsics Vioi Pi. G.Diidiei1 wkidi diis. UPPEP-CX-A55 DAY 5 BRING MORE FU11-LKNG WORK mpXex, cxbomzxqe oi od- ?ondeioue 'HON AND C.P. T STEP f"Oi06 K9-OY6 CC- more hem-5. xmderqrod- GRIXDUP- P-'YT MNMEN1 LAS Pu. tees-be, Xooserxs fs make ox day Con dmq riwckxmes vommee on income xox Xcxw oi commercxcm Xxie. The one 6 bank pre-sidem Hook uer. Xeexw om on xo como, uofxe OOY S iiekis dow L. ex-5 im ne, sch Chomb ' de new THE EiECU1'DlEz THE- GOAL ACHKENI 45 .L I BUSINESS AD MAJOR HAROLD FAUNT AND ASSOCIATES BURROW IN BOOKS. . sw ' M Second floor ot Commerce Building is popular hangout atter class hours for BA students. Unique is its business library and reference room divorced from rnain library. Around the corner are two study' halls maintained tor business undergraduates. Their popularity proves need tor intense class preparations in accounting, merchandising and other administrative courses. Exacting professor W. P. Riddlesbarger has been educated in two states, Nebraska and Oregon. Possessing a Doctor of lurisprudence degree from the local Law School, he is Well equipped to teach busi- ness law. Named the toughest tour hour course in school by many, this legal subject has become the most popular upper division study in BA school-a tribute to Prot Biddlesbargefs ability. PROF W. P. RIDDLESBARGER UN TANGLES MIND OF FINANCE STUDE LL! 3 s,qM M rkl Hain-coat clad against the possibility ot a flooded market, Sammy King, above, backqrounded by hand-propped chins, tickles the little buttons which presaqe a career for the BA major. At right, comely clad features rise from startled study beneath ribbon-topped brunette hair. This combines with soiled saddle shoes for that collegiate air. Near the bottom, Bill Thompson peers above an elastic neck and points to tome While his crony's proboscis pur- sues his pencil. STUDENTS STUDY IN ANTICIPATION OF EXAMS 'VG . S4 MAJOR ON STERZENTQ 4 7-,oI':77oN 4 7- A Ugg "'o,L'4r Q- s S IN PL Co ASH Iv MEM Bs HARD Rs A RE. SON T' WI . ' LU i PRO '-QAM THER F A, G. DBL4CkA5El5ERT UDL By, T . ROE EY' ABOHEOIJQRERT CH, VE, F E PR Leo ' OU TE 0REGON'S NO-CREDIT COURSE IN SHORTHAND IS TAUGHT BY SCHOOL OF COMMERCE SECRETARY, RUTH M. CHILCOTE. IS ATTENDED PRI' MARILY BY co-Eos 48 its ,W ROP D , IJ, Foo HENR D. GAG! :ALPZ ZPWAK REEMANE:ffs.c:svz,3LD EOR ToN ' Oy G. ' CAL D WI MLS L. ON v- Tau fDel.ta Chi LUTHER S EIEER-ry PR Es, Latest addition to the roster ot Oreqon honorar- Tau Delta Chi. Formed last tall as a local with nine charter members, it serves as a men's professional business fraternity. Activities this year have included Writing and presentation oi KOAC and KORE on business. Two discussion meetings a month permit mem- bers to talk shop with prominent business men. According to Luther Seibert, president, Tau Del- ta Chi "tries to promote mutual benefits derived from the close co-operation ot the business school with the business World." ies is radio plays over 4' M 2. A-age RETAI L. C0 AND 15:25:15 occjgl-Es MAN Y A Bn.,-,NGgFiKING Hogn, N. :EMENT 5 TAK Rs ' COM IN ' HE - G HIS DIZEAJEAN TIQN ene ?a inl- i 'NN inoq Theta. residen hi Chi d vice-p ier oi P 'rms ior O' s secon us chap h unii ai Headed bv' ASU er, is the nineiensfear-oid carnp Pi naiionai business honorary ior women, i e hiqh ideais oi career co-eds, siirnuiaies iraiernai' exchanqe ' in iieids oi cornrnerce. Carryinq oui iheir purpose introduces successiui business wo- eiinqs. Wiih ihe popu- carnpus. i ideas qr oup ihisl me Oreq on O ' aiiy, the 'nq rnon i on ihe ichf broad- praciic as speakers duri C rernoie coniro io present KN ee 's executive rnen ' i KO Pi iroubie ' ?airner zaiion o s iaicen esideni Davidson, iari ?hi Chi 'Yheia ha oasis on business aciiviiies. ?r siaii inciudes Yiorence Sanders, Dorothea d irrna ifieiiicson. oihv Ciarir. an PRES. JEAN PALMER ONT now: EVELYN DI RS BARBARA KEEP. VIDSCN. RUTH TAWNE FR Nos shmoe , ROTHEA DA E CLARK, DO RUTH KETCHUM E EREYMAN. F DORO1' sioaeio, moms vip-Nsorl, Puosa sscorlo Row: JEAN PALMER, Y. azxcic now: mms. Hzuiason, LOR- HY bhi Chi Tlielga DR. D. D. GAG TURE5 WHKLE HIS CLA 1 OVER QU! 50 WXLLI AM BLACKABY WKLLHXM THOMPSON UTH KETCHUM WXLLIP-M REGELE KENNETH WHITNAC NNILI-ARD MYERS HKDEO KAJKKAWA JULE GRAFF KARL 'NES-TER RUTH TAWNEY FRAN Beta Gamma Stama ttkens tts memhers to the cteam ot Y5.Pt. Schoot soctettf. Rtqhtty' tt may do so 'wtth tts strtnaent schotasttc demands. OUXY tuntors tn upper two per cent ot ctass and sentors tn upper ten are constdered tor ptn- sttchtnq. tmpostnq ts tts executtve statt wtthDean Vtctor ?. Moms prestdtnq. atded hy qraduate assistant Frank Chambers and BA. Schoot sect etaw Ruth Chttcote. Coaxtnq to campus successtut hustness men, the qroup XOY5 out conter ences tot att Commerce Buttdtnq matots, ottertnq them vocattonat qutdance and contacts tor student ptacement. Sentor students ot schoot qet htds to Beta Gamma Stama, dtscusstons on how, where, and when to apptt! tor tobs, business dev etopment, and cextatn personahty ptohtems made "tnttuence" ot Date Carneate. tamous by E RELAXE5 FROM LEC- SS SWEATS Q. p 11,1 K NNILLKAM Z BER5 Beta 1 C atttma Stgttta tMMERMAN K CHAM PRE 5. DR. NHCTOR P. MORRXS E iff" E5 L ESQ cox- TNQ ct-P'53p.FF D sd' get-x00l',,,,1 5 n-if-55 Ar-l'C'H1,.e0VE'goU"E at-'EE ou'Y- ONE 1 suv' -nM gi ,nf uygioguax-5 5 QN KENNETH FICKENS JOHN SHILEY RAY MCKNIGHT HAROLD FAUNT WM. ZIMMERMAN HIDEO KAJIKAWA HENRY SPIVAK KARL WESTER JULE GRAFF KENNETH BATTLESON DELOS SHINN LEO YOUNG CARL BRYAN GLEN MCDANIELS , Beta Alplia Psi Established back in '20, Beta Alpha Psi is a business ad honorary specializing in accounting. According to CPA student, Marsh Nelson, current club head, the group encourages ideal ot service as a basis ot the profession. lt also promotes the study of accounting with highest ethical standards. Cordial relations be- tween practising accountants, instructors, students who are interested in all that makes assets equal liabilities plus proprietorship is a part ol Beta Alpha Psi's job. Maintained as an incentive for scholarship, the honorary picks its pledges from top-ranking junior and senior accounting students. - I i 1 gm. 1: 4 , K, v l I n I il t l I PRES. MARSH NELSON 51 MORRIS ANDERSON LEONARD ANDRUS ROBERT ANET CHARLES BAILEY OSWEGO, E.S. PORTLAND, B.B.A. ASTORIA, 5.5. PORTLAND, B,S. JACK COLEMAN KAE COLEMAN LARRY CRANE RAY DALRYMFLE ST. PAUL. 5.5. PORTLAND. B.A. THE DALLES, E.S PORTLAND, E.5. WILLIAM FRAGER AGUSTIN GALVEZ JACK GAVIN WILLIAM L. GASSMAN ALBANY, B.S. PORTLAND, B.S. PORTLAND, B.S B.5. wglss 'QW 1- MARJORIE sA'rEs KENNETH BATTLESON -r. R. BAYLES RICHARD BECK MYRTLE CREEK CANBY, 5.5. ROSEBURG, E.S. PORTLAND, E S. 55' .:AcK oAvmsoN FRED DAVIS RICHARD DAVIS DORDTHEA DAVIDSON ELLENSBURG,WASH. SALEM, E.5. EUGENE, 5.5. ST' PAUL- ls' ls' REGINA GROVER HAROLD HAENER FLOYD Gou1.D JULE GRAFF LEWISTON. noAHo Por-m.ANo, 5.5. LEBANON, 5.5. HOOD RIVER, B S B,E,A, Bugaboo of the Business Administration School's freshmen is accounting. From this the BA majors en- large their studies into such courses as business law, insurance, merchandising and personnel manage- ment. Bachelor of Business Administration is the scl'1ool's most popular degree but B.A. and B.S. sheep- skins yet survive. The commerce school provides a five-year curriculum in accounting for students pre- paring for CPA exams, also graduate Work leading to a Masters degree. Upper division students are per- mitted specialized Work in several other fields: adver- tising and selling, finance, foreign trade, and indus- trial management. BILL BLACKABY ONTARIO, EI.S. EVELYN DIGIORGIO LOS ANGELES. E.S. JOHN HAKKERUP TRAIL. B,5. FRANK BRADFORD SARATOGA, E.5. CLAUDIA DIXON CORVALLI5. 5.5. LCU HEALEY SANTA ROSA, B.S. MARIAN BROOKINGS MILWAUKIE. B,A. HAROLD DRAPER MYRTLE POINT, B.A. HERBERT HEIN SAN FRANCISCO. B.S JULIAN BRYANT ALBANY. B.A. HAROLD FAUNT EUGENE, B.S. WALTER M. HULDEN ARLINGTON, B.E.A. ED BURKITT PORTLAND. B.S. ROBERT FINDTNER WILLIAM CAMPBELL JOHN CAULDER PROSPECT, B.5. WILLIAM FOSTER WILAMINA, E.S. JACK HUEMNER FIOSEEURG, B.S. WILLIAM FORNAS ASTORIA. B.S. CLAIR HOFLICH PORTLAND, B.E.A. EUGENE. E.E.A. IRMA HELIKSON CLAUDE HOCKLEY PORTLAND. 5.5. ALBANY, E.5. PORTLAND B.B.A. WILLIAM CHAMBREAU PORTLAND. 5.5. CLARENCE FRANCIS MILWAUKZI5. B.S. OLIVER HUGHES MEDFORD. B S. GEORGE HUMPHREY LORRAINE HUNT DAVID HUNTER PORTLAND. B.S, EUGENE. B.S. EUGENE. 5.5. BARBARA KEEP JOHN KESTLEY RUTH KETCHUM PORTLAND. E.S. EUGENE, 5.5. VALE, H.A. JAY LANGSTON KENNETH LARSEN IRVING LARSEN ENTERPRISE. E.S. CHILOGUIN. B.S. EUGENE, B.E.A. HIDEO KJIKAWA FARKDALE, 5.5. ARTHUR LAMKA SALEM, 5.5. COURTNEY LASSELLE PORTLAND, B.E A BILL LAUDERBACK FRANK sElFER'r JACK LINDNER JACK Locxmnsz GRESHAM. E.B.A. TIGARD. B.5- PORTLAND, E.S. LONG BEACH, B.S. WALLACE MCKENZIE RAY McKNlGH'r DALE MALLICOAT MANNING Moons DICKINSON, ALBANY. B.A. GRESHAM, B,S. LONG BEACH, E.S. N' BAK-' B-5 JACK MUIR WILLARD LEE MYERS ELMER NAsl ROBERT MORRISON GREAT FALLS, E.S. EUGENE. 5.5, PORTLAND, E.A. ASTORIA. B. S. lllllfillll lllYIJL'lll IIY lulllllA'l lillllllll. I AIIIIIIIII ' llllllllll llllllllIll XXII, 5 A MARY E. NORVELL THEODORE E. OLSEN JEAN PALMER HELEN PATTERSON JIM PEAKE GRETCHEN FENLAND RALPH PEYTON KENNETH PICKENS WAI-INA, 8.5. PORTLAND, E.S. SAN DIEGO, 5.5. MEDFORD, B.B.A. PORTLAND, B.S. EUGENE, B.A. KLAMATH FALLS,B-S. ROSEBURG B B A RICHARD RUSSELL JAMES SCHRIVER TOM SHEA JOHN SHILEY DON SMITH GALE SMITH ROBERT SNOKE HENRY SPIVAK LOS ANGELES, B.5. PORTLAND, 3.5. SANTA ROSA. 5.5. MULTNOMAH, B.S. COQUILLE. E.S. PORTLAND, 5.5. LA CANADA. 8.5. PORTLAND B A BEATRICETHOMFSON ZOLLIE VOLCHOK EARL WASSER ROBERT WATKINS DICK WATSON WILLIS S. WATSON KARL E. WESTER KENNETH WHITNACK HEPPNER, E.S. SALEM, E.S. RAINIER, 9.5. BERKELEY, B.S. MEDFORD, E.S, OSWEGO. B.S. PORTLAND. E.S. MOORHEAD E S N EALE POVEY PORTLAND. B.B.A. FRANK PRICE EUGENE, s,s. WILLIAM REAGLE HARRY REG NART ROBERT SPRAGUE PORTLAND. B.A. GIL WILEY THE DALLES. B.S- ROBERT SPROAT KLAMATH FALLS. E. MARY E. WILLIAMS PORTLAND, B.S. SILVERTON, B.S, EDWARD S. STROHECKER PORTLAND, a,s. CALVIN E. WILSON NvssA, a.s. SAN MATEO. B.S, RUTH TAWNEV PORTLAND, B.S THOMAS WIPER EUGENE. B.S. ROBERT REUTER LA GRANDE, B.A. EDDIE THOMAS MADRAS, E.S. WILLIAM WRIGHT MAvvlu.s, a.s. WALLACE R. RICE GRANTS PASS, E,S, HOWARD TOMASI FETALUMA, E.S. CLIFFORD E. YARNELL IONE. B.S. MARGARET Ross KUNA, 5.5, F. 1..'rHoMPsoN KNAPPA, B.S. LEO F. YOUNG IONE, 5.5. WALTER K. RUSH SALEM, 5.5. WILLIAM G. THOMPSON HEPFNER, B.S. WILLIAM Z PORTLAND, B.S. IMMERMAN 5 56 5 JE: RX its menus? R F X HX XX X X I 'i ,fir Q ---H Y -Y Q , 1 if. A. 1 Q ff? H HlQo"r1:9QQ 1 ,g I li. :Q ferr 7-14'ii"lJA 1 . ', ,-up Q , g ,. te. gag in he WQYQN S XXXX, to date in the Three Pi s the Llnnersily School ol Edura o losteis pratttst l0clFl1lll'5 lor its students sponsors a remedial ohmr lor 'frade school children Faculty luminaries are Dr Nelson L Bossine, who transferred his prolessoiship to lVlinnesota vsinter trim Professor Fied Lea Cltetson saunterme around the States suiseymtg hiffh schools and llr Carl L Huffakei authorme, the latest book on Ureeon School Law Pi Lambda Thtta lor women and Phi Delta Kappa men are the honoraues attathed to loial educational tirtles Main activities are sertume lattst dextlopments m tducation promotme state tsidt mtl lest amongst alumm earnme bread and butter by swial ol brain bo side lme hobby is the schools practice ol dtstributintf recent mlor mation on curriculums to its -fraduates maluue the campus olhce Oregon and nation-wide in scope. More doctors of tducation were awarded deiftees last eommentement than ever belore quota lormtrly being one per year. ln 39 twenty-two scholarly teachers vyorlt for theirEd.D---statistical testimony Dean Jewell s school is gem for advanced traininv. s i W l -xt ' i -'ls --...,l - if t 'Xl' - - '- C ' l fit t ' -- ,Z ' , s - 4-n . JTTT: 5.5, - . I, P . ,3 t :al B7H .- , ..- E 1' WF i N - 4 ti 1, f e a www-as-H r t - I 4 K '- 5. i ra l - RMK sry., ,-,...-YN-N---ff A ff""m" " vs. 1 E1 F, is I I i i 4 :r , . - . ,.,Y..fm,-.1--va-was'-f"'z"L"'+' L .Ig,,.,,..t.--ff----""' E2 ' z ge, 5 flf' if ' Eli 3? . . L ff.. xx 'X ' , H . . VKX x H f If N c 1 X Q - '. l .J 2 I 3, f: T. x W 4,7 "1 ,N W gg . V, . .1 ,. ., :iv ,,. , .. .51 , . . .ani 41.,isjI . V KN 1?'1Ef N yn . . ., 1 VNJIL , ze., fn rf, 5 . -4 ' .az K, N nh . E. -Q Egg, .. .V g 54 5 I .T W 4, P yy I , . ,t L. lx' r-I Q, I w V 1 lu I' 4. u V4 V! YH Q ' V V. 'X 9 1 4 N 9 i S .... Wi . I 'I I Q,I ' 'gg-Q l+h,..L: . ' 2 ""'-- gk M ' Q-. . 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I 1 - tiff V..- . ' ' ' r E 'K -4 E I I - , 9 , M - f- - nw-.q,.,. V, A . in -Q ' 6.15459 ..., g ,,!, ' ' - , M ---'V-4" 'E H: :w"i:f.54'-213 'ui'-t f . - '1f'..-"'57,,".'.M"' - Jie: ' ff --- . ' I , In ,, .rvlk-H31-Q :fb-wr--e-4.1-,,1i,E'L-1.En..j,1' -' -' aft- 'f-ff" 175-7-g1,?5,,1,..----L.. ,A - A 1 Y 1. L- Fr' -- 1-.Y -4.7 " -'-'PLL --A i-f'l"1? E , Dean rous with interviews Vigorous in explanations, gene 1 ed a consistent trail of educational ' s lames R. lewell has b az frontiers. An A.B. from Coe, Master's and Doctor s degree from Clark University, and a year as Training Director, Southwest Louisiana Industrial Institute, netted him a Kan sas State Teachers' College faculty iob. l-le topped this tive years later by the College of Education deanship at Arkan- sas University. As head of Oregon State's School of Voca- tional Education, his non-stop career in teaching took him the Far West. lnoculated with several cc's of Oregon air, distant calls A checker- to James R. Iewell became immune to . cl ' '32 resulted in his being crown- la ard move Eugenewar in ' t High School Teacher bo Ed cation and Director o hen" news- ed Dean of u Training for the State System. An "I remember W paperman, Dr. Iewell is a character double for the Kansan William Allen White, journalist. EduCat10nalFr0nt1er man f' -'-: ,i. 4. x sit 41" ,ggi :Le ff., V A 1 srl 4 ' 53? x 5 --I.. ,, I-arg . 'I ' Q triswf ' " ry, 15.31, T 'W Q-nr FROF F, L. STETSON MOVES HIS SPARE FRAME IN EDUCA- TION SCHOOL'S FORTALS. PROF "MAC" MACDONALD TOTES BOOKS IN STUDENT STYLE. Sedate and formal educator is F. L. Stetson. Teacher ot secondary school education methods and administration, he emphasizes schol- arship, can boast ot scholarly AWS president for daughter. Dr. F. G. Macomber is hot for the latest ideas in school. With a modern phil- osophy, he is classed as progressive by cadet teachers. Educatiorfs latest addition is "Mac" MacDonald. Youthful, he permits his three classes to be permeated with popular teaching theories. .rf UNIVERSITY HIC-nH'S R. MOORE LIS'I"ENSTODR.F.G.MACOMBER SPOUT THEORIES. 'VI w,N'VQo IN as lfv Es 0 SN s L02 M4 fr, Co NG 'VQ olgsgkflyor W s Q oc ooh, trigge- CADET TEACHER GEORGE ROBINSON OVERSEES "SOCIAL LIVING" CLASS N Us- To lay minds the School ot Education system is complex. Dean Iames R. Iewell bosses profs and teaching ma- jors. Prof Macomber supervises these majors when their time is served as cadet teachers in University High. Principal Ralph U. Moore, also an Oregon associate professor, super- vises high school studes and their in- structors. Cadet teachers are respons- ible to Principal Moore for proper training oi these guinea pigs, to Dr. Maoornber for practicing studied edu- cational theories. HIGH SCHOOL STUDE5 SERVE AS GUINEA FIGS FOR EDUCA- TION MAJORS F 1'- or .40 X. lf., "-A mtv' r 'A - ,,--: 'rv rg ,Pi Lambda Theta Boosting cash in loan iunds, donating to Library Browsing Room, and giving teas during summer ses- sions are avowed activities of Pi Lambda Theta. A club of national breadth, it caters to Women educa- tional rnajors. The local Kappa chapter is a revamp of the U of O Women's Education Club in '2l. Fostering professional spirit and high scholarship standing seems to be first purpose of honorary. Other reasons for existing are to secure abiding interest in education- al affairs, to encourage graduate work and stimulate research in the three R's, also to promote spirit of tel- lowship among women in the teaching proiession. Prirned with purposes, their heaviest contribution exists in formulating a conception ot education adapted to Women. 'Y G61 Q1 gag. o at-O ,ea 'P We ,sa SD v D 1- vl-'Z6 :A Q09 YY 609 61 5?-5 4:1 -4 arg., we wh so vO,,x9g':d 4 Olives Piu 99? ees! ix OS 6 - 0 rf- wi rl get "5:::4l"v K P-'Ae P- Q Q- of' -1-0 me Wx' v-90 gh 9- 9 699 else 9 'AW 6661 X, 5?-QMOQGLPQ ' 0 QV' V- xi Co ya ef" vw' 46 oe loovf' 1-N yP- sl wt P-'Je 'A rl oc' ,JA Ml XA 6 QV' QP-'We e0 'W' we F xg? ,P wi ,Ax P OR MUSIC MAJOR WEN- GILFREY WORKS OUT S SECTION ACT, cs CL 4 it Techniques are taught to prospective secondary school teachers by practise experience at University High School. Under actual fire, Education's seniors spend a term conducting classes in their chosen fields. Essential for fulfilling state requirements are such practical labs be- sides giving embryo teachers a taste of future careers. Popular is the University' Placement Bureau for graduating educa- tors Who secure jobs through University assistance. supznvlssn s'ruDY oEvsLoPs LEARNING v-may-rs W B2 X X xx"2g'+k" 189 B. ARCANGEL VESTA COKE , I.N.P.I., B.5. GRANTS PAS ROSEMARY GENESTE MARION GIBBS STANLEY GL PORTLAND. B.A. CUSHMAN, E.S. EUGENE. E. bb? ' I Q Q X x, Ulf 1116? GEORGIA CURRIER ALICE DAVIDSON MARION DICKEN EDITH EKSTROM FREDA THAYER ELDER MARY MARGARET GEDNEY MEDFQRD, E.s. sr. PAuL, s.s. onzcom c1'rY,a.s. EUGENE, E.A. EucENE, s.s. EUGENE, 5.5, GEORGE HALL LOIS HOLMES MARJORIE MCCULLOUGH STUART MARSEE FRED pANKEy WINIFRED pu-I-NAM ASHLAND. Es. EusENE, E.s. PORTLAND, Es. PoRTLANo, s.s. cH1LoQum, Es Pos-rLAND, B.A, KRISTINE KALLAN DER PORTLAND, B. Concerned chiefly with preparing teachers for Oregon high schools, the School of Education prides itself in promoting high standards for secondary education. Out of its doors depart graduates prepared to teach literature, lang- uages, arts, music, physical education, social sciences, and business administration. Oregon law stepped in recently, boosted requirements for high school teachers to five years of college. This fifth year must include courses in education and subject-matter fields for fifteen hours. B. A. and B. S. in Education are degrees popularly offered. JEAN RAMSDEN JCAN SEAVEY LURY 51-HOG' PORTLAND. E A. SPRINGFIELD, E.A, pcm-LAND. Els, STANLEY WARREN MILDRED wn.L w1LLlAM W, WOODS EUGENE. 5.54 mAv'roN, s.s. EUGENE, E.s. F X 64 1 K5 'c Y : M Ex ml su Y ,, A, agw' 1 I .v-, ,,,..4. h ,ff ' 'W ,R V 'I- li Quvnayxgm . ,- 'V a. - 444 L A 0 sl Q I ' I Fbgi. X lf' - 'L 12 'f 7 v ' Ei Y ' N., '- Q5 7 Y 7 V5-+g" "-v-- ' J fl. . x,14 I a I! "'vfX- " G 532' , Y ' n 4' en -:fx . My -X Sp' , Q - V ' 4:5 . ' 1'.,7"?' Q R " ' P ff 'lf-I Q ' ' 4 , F774 -Z x ? Y 1 ' ' - 4 Y 1 , T Q 4' L 3 "EL y XV W N' M A .- in Y., .L L 1 W 'iai- aa- 'fats 32,431 gg, af 51? ,,1, 44 1 455 N ll l' l 1 LN fifga fax wg., -. 1 wg. if - 'gif '- ,f .. A ,. ' ' V -4. 'X 11.-iw. sf 'A-1, mgr,..:4 ., wif- .D M ! K "L f '- ' ,.g1f,.,' -rw. gtuqgg. ' .. YHFH 71 . f - , L-,. . '?f1f.:?l:5S.f'L.f-iff-?".?7 ' ff'-31 '5 33' Q 'f , ,TA 'x ,Q 'V '- A' --51533: '?x?"m-, W Ar-i t' rf' ' 4. ,f , ff QW . . . ' " 4 ga.Y5..h,"'- X ,. .-,, gzgnqv wp ' 1 ' 1, f , - , 's4f'3"1wInsd, H 1- .- Y- .Q , -.--u-1,5.g. 3 .N Y , in '-""" Tv , .- - f , , . -- V ,FL-. ,G . ..,' 5.4, ,mf -f L-,. , . , ,Wiz -. I ' K1 -117: 'J 'ag :Sym 'I 'I :nr-fl" :' rm- ' V- , : gn... , 1 -,sp-1 li.M.1QL-4'.1.-,LL .V-Y: Dean Erica' WL Allen Ev lnnocent of anything like a teaching ambition in his youth, pipe-smoking Dean Eric W. Allen spent twelve years after graduation from University oi Wisconsin at reporting, edit- ing, photo engraving, political work, ranching, and irriga- tion engineering. Became professor at Oregon partly to get additional time for magazine writing. An active deanship prevented him from publishing more than two or three arti- cles annually. Reminiscently says, coxswain oi the crew was position he coveted at college, having trained down to lO7 pounds to achieve it. Traveling is his hobby, with 47 States of Union, l7 foreign countries already visited. Dean Allen was the Oberlaender Trust Traveling Scholar in Eur- ope, l936. This trip preceded by one year his quarter-century celebration as head oi Oregon's journalistic activities. Periodical ia Professor hip ASS'T PROF C. M. HULTEN AND CLASS Iournalism prof "Charlie" Hulten, top, sits in desk slot instructing copyediting class in headline Writing and rewrite tasks. lust above, Arne Rae sits at his managerial desk for Oregon News- paper Publishers' Association in "Shack" which he vacated January first to become Chicago boss for National Editorial Association. Left, friendly to aspiring scribes is Professor George Turnbull who cops tame for eternally cluttered desk. v-'tau by 10 of Geo. QF fm 'ifgjw vs- --""'Ww f . ww ' M W .M W ,i W in 1, ' j f,f 1- 'LJ' fl - 'W' ...- ff f,cv-" - L.. V ASSISTANT PROP' ARNE RAE 66 John Henry Nash, P1'inrl1c1f MUCH STUDENT INTEREST SHOWN IN NASH COLLECTION , ' i lg f p , ASSISTANT JOHNATHAN ZIADY SETS TYPE FOR BOSS r r f '. PRINTER NASH AMONG RARE BOOKS Master printer Iohn Henry Nash is one oi Oregon's most recently acquired assets. The year l938 saw the removal or the World-famous typographer from his equally famous San Francisco shop to new headquarters in the Iournalisrn Building. Accompanying Printer Nash to his Eugene home was his extraordinary collection of printing dating several centuries back in some of its volumes. Housed in second story ot University Library, this vast individual book collec- tion contains invaluable first editions, documents from typo- graphical history, and a complete collection of his own Works. A citation from the Pope, membership in the Limited Editions Club of America, many concrete tokens ot print- ing merit from expositions in several countries mark serious- jowled Doctor Nash as one ot those rare men who have succeeded in making their hobbies Worthwhile and profit- able. Printing has been the liie of Iohn Henry Nash and he has made a full lite oi it. FIRST ROW: ROY VERNSTROM, LAWRENCE QUINLAN, ROBERT PENLAND, WARREN WAL- DORF, BILL FENGRA. SECOND ROW: NORMAN SCOTT, GEORGE PASERO, DOUGLAS PARKER, DICK LITFIN, HUBARD KUOKKA. THIRD ROW: GEORGE KNIGHT, DON HAMMITT, ELBERT HAWKINS, GLENN HASSELROOTH, LEONARD JERMAIN, JOHN BIGGS. FOURTH ROW: PAT FRIZZELL, HOMER GRAHAM, ROBERT EMERSON, PAUL DEUTSCHMANN, PHIL BLADINE, BILL CUMMINGS. M6 ,wx e-4' Theta Sigma Phi Theta chapter of Theta Sigma Phi packed its twenty-fourth year on the Oregon campus with authors' visits, teas and employment clinics. Devoted to journalistic activities for Women, the local unit has The Bmerald's co-ed page editor, Bernadine Bowman preside, with Betty Wagner, Beulah Chapman and Alice Nelson assisting. Theta Sigs open the year with a reception for new Women majoring in journalism. Through skits, registration Work and luncheons, the chap- ter played an important role at the Oregon Press Conference. Climaxing its busy year was the annual Matrix Table featuring Vivian Brether- ton, author of Andy Hardy stories. Although professing Mrs. Eric W. Allen to be alumni ad- viser, the sorority boasts a male faculty adviser in Professor George S. Turnbull. ,g , ,ti o vi it f 9 ,wilziiff O 6 X jjjiiiz, 'l sf ef . f . .. . -' ,li 'P Bixkgfiiizf fl , Y ' . fc'r 'J -V' , ,5 2- 'MLS ,. 1- 'gi . B' ' . i, 5 1 nf sr, :M ' us' . :.-is ,, -is , , ,, .,. ,, t . i ,- ti e if-W F iem , W: iff. PRESIDENT HUBARD KUOKKA blQl11c1 Delta Chi Copy conscious newsmen make Sigma Del Chi one of top-notch groups on campus, p meating its activities throughout state. A pr fessional journalism honorary for men, t national dubbed Oregon's chapter as most ef cient unit in nation this year. Its preside Hubard Kuokka, toured to Madison, Wiscons convention last November, was lauded for Or gon's rating above forty other schools. Num ous newspaper contests, guest journalists Wi tales to tell, and big name bands all mana to make "SDX" a campus by-phrase. Organi ed for future and present publishers, editor writers, not for advertisers, the members mutt "He serves best who serves the Truth" as rnott Watchwords are "talent, truth, energy." BETTY WAGNER ELIZABETH A. 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Pdioooqdo oQdXdiK,1,ed on Qoe cd edoxz we OXYQAJOX dooce 'e Xdq ok cXoQ0lxocz de-ex we Xuoooxc-Q YOX oQoex gmoox px foe. oe gindee ok Qoe X1 ood odeccgiode. dl OO 6 OSX ' dem row ' eo-5. oqso 'ixodd GSP- W-'4 MN 'If-P-WM P-om an N-x1 F-'YN J- 'I P-vi uevvevl oovlowrep- wwf K-F-PIYOQ1 v xwuoxr- or-vleou-1 sep-rx F 9414 BOEGXS O60 B 66114 C 66 Y- P-'Y YN F-0 V4 Pr 46609 X466 66081 6?- COS! 55 V5 P+J6P- 660 6U'YvNvlH.5 wma A some S vm-le MP- BXO qu 11 E BM6 vi RN p. vN66Wl6 XA KAA P-9 ECO VA Pi-G P-161 FXHS66 P P96669 C NY OC 5 - W1--ff . .. Fi-I add YA P-RJ OPA SN P-X661 :MJF-Oocyc 9 cmd dx Q pooeoxe Seve eexiiow . ood o 4 Koi co-ed 0 5 P-'NNE oe e 'md 3 4 P-9-J OPA6 ,M BP- 'Y 65 Q, .L K E!-2 W. 'QW' . 'sb 4- H1 X N E: ,Iii CORRIENE ANTRIM EERNADINE BOWMAN LAURA BRYANT KATHERINE CANNON BEULAH CHAPMAN BILL CUMMINGS ALOHA, B.A, LAS VEGAS. B.A. ALBANY, B.S. SEASIDE, B.A- EUGENE. B.S. PORTLALND, B.A. HOMER GRAHAM DON HAMMITT EDDIE HEARN JESSIE E. HEIDER ELIZABETH A. JONES HUBARD KUOKKA THE DALLES. E.A. EVERZTT, E.S. PORTLAND, B.S, KLAMATH FALLS, B.A, KLAMATH FALLS, 5.5. PORTLAND, B.A. A liberal education is the best training tor a journalistic career, so the schools professional. courses are correlated with Work in social science and literature. Problems ot modern lite are evaluated by elective courses in physical science, history, economics, sociologY. political science and languages. Bachelor of Arts and Science degrees are offered journalism majors, but a choice ot curricula is provided. Three principal types are Writing and editing, publish- ing and advertising, executive management. Specialization in typography and fine printing is made possible through Dr. john Henry Nash and University Press, in advertising through the School of Business Administration. CRAWFORD LYLE KATHRYN MORROW EUGENE, B.S. MADRAS, B.S. ROBERT PENLAND MARY SACKETT EUGENE, 3.5, BILLINGS, B.A. RUTH MARY SCOVEL ROY TERRY PORTLAND. E.S. DAYTON, B.S. ALICE NELSON EUG EN E, B. S, BILL SCOTT PORTLAND, E.S. BETTY WAGNER PORTLAND, B.A. KEITH OSBORNE OREGON CITY. E,S. NORMAN SCOTT SALEM, ELA, WARREN WALDORF EUGENE, B.S. Y., E.: 5 5 ,sq "W ,Y V1-' Q: 'yd -, 'rf '.Q1NH33. N '-5, ,J f 1 . 3 I fi. -.1,:f- - 4. 'c1ri'L1Vf'-E""1' g.1-rnihlf - ,1 ,.4f,. ,A-5 ,.....,-1 LH , . -ff-, v I 1 U P i- -E 5, ik LIE wuz-v :ip ," aiian dum zwE+ 'Nei Y W ol, i'JLl'N'1H Ulf wx ',., ,vf mf. 'V nwlii Xu ,. rxwwnp 'vw- Ulvmf "WWI .15 n y, V u I f nA,.,:a,,j VIVRL .W HTF' LUIEEQ "7TWi'LIlj'1 ,. E- gg! , 'i , Vgmrvrl' . ,,,v,1xh.y. .1-,1-, xf .,-,,.1.x .u J, wsu 1. . F.. Ewrunvi 1 ,Q-1-4 , .H , kv A ' 'EMU' Q 1 f".:":'a L FY' 'wf: 5 V E1N'i3"' VR' f' , iV'M'w .F n 1 'W1'f'5Il1f'Q'i1 'fl IH N " .1 L f mtl 1. 1SEEfi4?iiZhl'i3 g vi ,UMW X 1 I ' -1 ,LHMV H,'imE'm f sf WHS. .11 !'61EMfs?f' 'El mfw'mi1i1la 2gi11' W1 Em mei 'xv Um f'f wlg5':g',Qf ,. ,iq .:,',-,U IIILEVI L llJ'.p,fU -Am 'wr ',m' ' .w. .k .41 IZRVIVLQYT "WL fl iiillii? fl. 11, VKAXN ly? 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'liffi H1 J , X 'Wiz'- LLAFJ' 1 hill' .. , , 1L'.CuI"l,liH'ff3fz .f UVYHI lwtiru uf"-'X f,,.f..3l 3 ffl.- Sf' if , 1LliV"IfLTlf T5 5"1n'1N!'vgL9'M"?f E : wyilifl lx r.. 1mm..f I F' 1' A i"WH'.X1'1l! lfexi "'r . ,, 'Fa' 4 KN-J, 4 L94 - ' 'ni Q-,sp V . I F , Q.. 5, . ' UF -'Q N 51. ,V , 1 1 e ,Jl,- m- NM,-. V F H,gL.:a.7vn:Aj-gf'-L,.i'Lfl- ... .., ,.' .5 1 4 ' u T Ju Nw- 5 ff . 4.'bA., fy Dean Wayne L. Morse The "horse of a different color" always attracts Dean Wayne L. Morse, lover of the animal since his Shetland pony days cf ranch boyhood. Oregon's head legalist was once a Uni- versity of Wisconsin argumentation instructor, then assis- tant prof at Minnesota in same subject. A decade back Doc- tor of lurisprudence Morse"went west,"becoming assistant law prof at Oregon. Advanced to associate in '30, dean the following year, he made his early thirties biographically im- portant. Criminal law, domestic relations, legislation, legal ethics are his top subjects. Voluminous legal research pre- pared him for national recognition in past three years: Special Assistant to the Attorney General, Administrative Director on Survey of Release Procedure, then Federal Labor Arbi- trator. No pedagogue is Dean Morse, who believes "best place to find how State is thinking is at the State Fair." Auth- or of books, articles, reviews in field of law, authority on State's crime and penal surveys, Wayne L. Morse visits Sal- em yearly, studies thoughts of State, eyes best in horseflesh. Hi Focu -The tate Fair l TECHNICAL TERMS BEING ABSOREED VIA THE SUBCONSCIOUS LAW STUDENTS WASCHER AND WOOD IN USUAL PASTIME qv, v 09' WPA Twice-a-month meetings keep Phi Delta Phi members ac- tive and president Alan F. Davis busy calling for order. Classed among the veteran honoraries at Oregon, this legal fraternity has chapter history Written back in l89l. lnter- national in scope, it seeks to secure for members the intangi- bles of culture and depth often omitted in the professional field. Assisted by vice-president Sheldon Parks and treas- urer Wallace Kaapcke, the chairman secures successful attorneys from the state as monthly banquet speakers. Prime purpose of campus chapter is to secure better under- standing of problems law students eventually will face in their field. 1 74 Phi Delta Phi DONALD MARSHALL BERNARD KLIKS KENNETH ABRAHAM WALLACE KAAFCKE MELVIN ROONEY FRANK NASH CARL HELM DEAN ELLIS GEORGE COREY JOHN HAY GEORGE SMITH TONY AMATO FLOYD ELLIOTT STANLEY DARLING SHELDON PARKS NM Nt. 'J J - 5 .- .1 X, , D QX'fQz'1 J ' 4 CREGON LAW REVIEW STAFF Honor roll law student lack McLaughlin, opposite page, nabs some shuteye using heavy law tomes as front line defense against candid camera fiends. Next, Pete Wascher prefers the erect posture for briefing Cases while friend Addison Wood relaxes by windowlight. On this page, Edi- tor Frank Nash dictates Oregon Law Review article, above, to staff member Orval Etter undisturbed by two looker- onners. Below, legal savant of Fenton Hall, Orlando lohn Hollis, gives Mel Rooney and associates a mental handout. ORLANDO HOLLIS AND STUDENTS ASST. PROF LAWRENCE HARTWIG 'Ve 47? HE A Ss T, ,RDF 'V--1. 0. CONNELL Law prof Lawrence l-lartwig, lett, braces shelf of code books while re- viewing for class lecture. Below in left to right sequence, Carleton Spencer points out problems oi domestic re- lations as they relate to legal minds, follows K. I. O'Connell brushing up on administrative law with campus religious chairman C. G. Howard pointing out principal in contracts. Opposite page at top, second floor of Fenton l-lall seldom experiences such busy scene oi inactivity. P ROP C- G. HOWARD NT Er PRO F QS PR PRO AMEMBEOFFMAN, all-L LPHP- Delia. BUD H BAILELNSQN- 'ifllwi JASOXOWFDQ, Jf:v'NG 51556000- E5 nO I Ns. CHAN' BACK HAVE 5PEl55rAcGEE' B06 JOY' wtN- Phl Alpha I1 10 T09 O 99' wild :Q O tttt - we K g ella Uni v P90 910966 awe que is the O O 10 O65 regon chapter oi Phi Alpha Delta. lder than the college it represents, the nation 1 legal fraternity was chartered M when the Law Soho With th 6 ob 9660 a ay 16, 1908 ol was located in Portland. e transfer of this branch to Eugene, the honorary became part of Oregon. In command oi its parliamentary procedure is lason Lee. The chapter has encouraged scholarship, furthered the Law Sc1'1oo1's educational program by pre- senting guest speakers. Fifty dollars from its Portland alumni association treasury is divided annually among the senior, second year and freshman law students acquiring the highest cumulative grade point averages in their classes. 5-056 J P, ,u e 509 V -my 1w'GW"9 78 JAMES ALLEN TONY AMATO CLYDE ANGERMAN JOHN DAY. B A. PORTLAND, L,L..E. FREEWATER. B.S HELEN GORRELL CARL HELM WALLACE JOHANSEN OAKLAND, B.S. LA GRANDE. L.L.,B. ASTORIA, BvS. W t ROBERT BAILEY WILLIAM BURFEE MORRIS CARTER HOMER COOLEY STANLEY DARLING WARREN GILL PORTLAND, B.A. OREGON crrv, i.,l..a EUGENE, a.s. PENDLETON. e.s, BEND, J.D. LEBANON, 1..L.a. WALLACE KAAPCKE LEWIS KELSEY MARY G. KINGSLEY BERNARD KLIKS JASON LEE PHILIP LYNCH WENATCHEE, wN., n..1.,a. ELJGENE, L.I..e. Pc-n'ru.AND, a.s. MCMINNVILLE, l..u. e aAKER,1..x..s PORTLAND, s,s. Prior to Law School graduation, students may receive B.A. or B.S. degrees through a correlated curricula with the Business Ad and Social Science Schools. At least two years of pre-law training is required to enter training for Bachelor ot Laws degree. The title, Doctor of Iurisprud- ence, is presented to exceptional students acquir- ing B. A. or B. S. degrees, having a minimum average grade ot "B," and presenting a legal the-sis approved by the faculty. Notorious for stiff studies, the school boasts a large percent- age ot graduates passing annual State Oregon loar exams. JACK MCLAUGHLIN DONALD MARSHALL BROCK MILLER PORTLAND. L.L.B. PORTLAND, E.5. PORTLAND, B-5. ROBERT RECKEN DONALD RICHARDSON WILLIAM ROBERT PORTLAND, 5.5. CENTRAL POINT, E.5. PORTLAND, B.S. GEORGE F. SMITH ROBERT A. WAGNER JACK WAGSTAFF ASHLAND, L.L..B. PORTLAND. B.5. PORTLAND. B.S. FRANK NASH FENDLETON, L.L..B MELVIN ROONEY EUGENE, L.L.B. MINORU YASUI HOOD RIVER. L.L.B 80 4 If , , fy 1' 2 A , i X X R' wx 1 , 1" w W xi'--f' pq N 1' N' X X21 L',,f y V .WI ,QV in , inf! W2 0 i, 3 1 . R 1 I I I I i w f I L v w P 1 w E, L I r 4.. 4. fi 1525. f . Y x I, I If f V In f J. 1 1 I l 'Mn I 1 , x S ! 3-.ai i u X 1 f' , , sq f 'Lx , 4 A .1 ' J f K 'C f ij If 1' . I, 1 j l f I . xi ' 1 f . .bt . Mac., 9. Q, '-- -lr 'Qf' at . . , ' 1 .bfi za, t 5 o 1 ff, Eur Y' 1.5 .' 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Four years away from Oregon re- sulted in the perfection of his process for the chemical utili- zation of Wastewood, caused construction of chemical plants by Henry Ford and Eastman Kodak Company for applica- tion of his discovery. Dean Stafford likes gardening, insists "l am just a common ordinary man trying to get along." Responsible for all general chemistry students, he spends eight to ten hours daily in curricular activities, serves on nine main University and two inter-institutional committees. Remaining leisure time spent in Writing, research, garden- ing. Chemist Stafford is quiet, dignified, not dogmatic. His stature fits his position, his sparse hairs record his years. PR., w,,, ORRIS 7 IN FHYS :cs LE xy we eo All I P' 0' ff ,Xe tvifxed 0 Y'- D C7-,JRE Dr. Will V. Norris, left, passes on his knowledge of physics to Deady Hall science students. Center, Lloyd Ruff polishes off a job on the revolving stone. Below, head of Botany Department is Dr. F. P. Sipe caught explaining intricacies oi microscopic study to Ruth Endicott and Art Prescott. if sl 'X 'Q- P sms AND Bo-nxuv STUDENTS n. F. A HE" lllustratina head deformation on Indian skull with car- bon marks, above, is qraduate assistant A. D. Krieger while Anthropology Department boss Dr. L. S. Cress- man is backqrounded by another assistant Robin Drews. Below center, Dr. L. F. Henderson, curator of Herbarium in Condon Hall, surveys specimens brought in by assistants. Bight, Dr. Kunz, aqain, pour- inq chemical concoctions into beaker. J , If CH EM PNG? A , . H . ,VU Nz off' Mn 95 Pl' SCU gl P-TE Ox o A99 AND sos off Arg,,,ff' +13-I .li , ... J. E. HERBERTSON IN ZOOLOGY LAB Dr. Harry Yocurn, above lett, ennobles frogs in the eyes of science While three enthusiastic students learn ot the beginnings ot lite. No tongue in cheek has this avid atten- tive, above right, as he and cronies follow instructor 1. E. l-lerberisorfs analysis ot lite processes. ln his favorite Q. . Q .2 9 environment, Dr. Will F. Norris, below left, explains theories ot physics to squinting Doug White and Bob Nelson, seated. Below right, "Deep in a Dream," Mar- garet Carlton tries out psych departments sway recorder. DR NORRIS CAUTIONS CURIOU5 STUDENT IN UNDERGROUND POWER STATION ABOVE DR YOCUM EXPLAINS FROG ANATOMY I 84 aecogoeg wb' N5 G 'NNN t At, EL BIOLOGY CLASS IN LECTURE MAT C H Hscklfvsrk s QU: U To Fresh tinger Wheels, upper lett, to control campus steam- heating system as students trudge Oregon's Maginot Line--the extensive tunnel system connecting University buildings. Upper center, cells and tissues, protoplasm as lite itself: all fuse in minds ot Lower Division embryonic scientists as young Dr. Alton Alderman lectures. Upper right, student has ruthless face-to-face with examination paper, possibly alibiing to mathematics prot, Dr. K. S. Ghent. At right, Oregon's maritally ambitious vie tor hypothetical husbands in Home Economics Department with neat nutritions. Below right, cooking instructor Doris Winters forgets jaded appetite and tests concoctions ot would-be-wives. f W0 ,X f W Q 1 1 f Q f IV fy ,ist W!! QJQQ, -xUW,V f L, RV I x 196 10166 -Ulu Cai 'TRW 61 ,QCMWON 86 off' 0096 04+ 9.6 FP- owl Q1 ' snun.L1 RK ls REWARDED wo N1'n.'rHE :Y A pnscovERY Opposite page: neophyte geologists, at top left change their style of trucking to join excavations for fossils. Next, the locale, four miles east of Shedcl, Oregon. Below left, a pipe-smoking archaeologist checks traverse scale while book- ish co-ed watches with fervor for past. Next, un-- dergraduate diggers entrench themselves further. Follows scene of operations skirting periphery of ground. "Myl but l tire easily," moans a pantied lass with long side-wise glance at associate. This page: Same modern miss, top left, stands aloof at discoveries of men moiling in earth. Top right, The find! Glass-eyed, chunkey student with trow- el in hand stares at Mohawk skull, possiblY thinks of Eddie Poe's "The Gold Bug." JOE AMATO JAMES MOE OWEN MILLER ORVILLE ANDERSON EOE ALBI DON COOKE RUSSELL GUIS5 CLARENCE PETERSON TED SMITH HERBERT IWATA Doped with historical background, the Asklepiad honorary for pre-med students boasts fact no member has ever been refused admission to medical school. Every incoming pledge is obligated to uphold this tradition. Ten- year-old on Oregon campus, the association claims descent from god of healing, Asclepius, 'way back in the BC. Grecian days. Member Willie Terrence places top purpose of society as stimulation for individual achiev- ment by offering membership in group as initial goal. Undergrad medicos are privileged to experience the benefits of fellowship with those having common interest. lt is desire to become doctors which draws members into fraternal bonds today as completely as same desire drew together the Asklepiadae of Greece centuries before Christ. Asklepiads Es . hkss. 87 'lu Ja! ' , .A -1, f- ,v 5 3 ' Q W .. r PM ' A ' fr 1 -'f""' ' lf'-'Uh -l . sl ' t 1' it www. A? -S Dedicated to elimination of arhes pains and tears of count less thousands the Oregon Medical School solidly sits atop Portland s Marquam Hill Escaping the smoke ol metropolitan industry the University unit creates its own With serious prolessimal atmosphere thickened by technical terms, loggged fellowsifn Jwhite. Constant contributions to scientific advanicement staff make enumeration prosaic prattle. Stfrdies, lab sessions, and formal lectures occupy students' waking hours for the First two years. Clinical work and patients make life less tedious for upperclassmen. Nursing education on The Hfill is atliliated with Portland hospitals, on collegiatefliasiis. Social life is scarce as high grade point fraternities provide meagre hideouts for trivial talk, for dreamy lmoinentsto-f leisure like pre-med days. Three dances a term ailord escape from complexities of anatomical,,architectur,e, pathological plots. No home for the softie or disinterested, the Medical School means much tnits,scientific-minded, seriously working student body. 'usa 3- .-, bo' Q Uh' I., f 6 e 'i -lun-Q, al!'f -W f" .,. . 4, :xv . .16 ' .-x. I.. , Gif '12,- 435' JP! "'l'14Sd' ' , . M. . ,5 ef-.f ., l iv-4,.xg-' 5 rv-1, - :Q.iJg5Rff""' ,ga 2.5 . . , U, , . 5 WF , ...A - fi!- hs V A . - ,arf , 1" Q 'sing A-3' ""Q al' 4x 'l . I A ' NFFQ' X 'L 5- .,s ...2 ' if-7 4 . . -, nf 1 .. s, x o 1 i .- . 'svri -, X.. ,,!'c - D I Q 5 e 5 , . Ss h '- I 'P rf J - . 3 X ' '. , 1- . L . 3 0 V. xxxv , i , ,--, A Y 7' ' Q , ' ,n , . . ' a my xi' v - 1. 3 Q x 'N , U, -J ' v, Q -'h X 'Y-Q A., ' "Six ',"?"5Y1" e1"3' - , rf - ,ui :LY Xxx' 'af-rs Y X gtg,-. '. ,.,, g. x ' . . N5 - .' - . .1 h , .11 " ' X. , . - , . ,"' f' 'N ' -' '45 j9.' 4 v NJA - Lg .il I' . .K f ' J sh .' X Q I lp' 3:5,..r"f ,HJ-sf - A L ' - It L. - ' wlhirvf m -L ' ' -,""mn 'Y-NJN 'fn' t '-" I .Mr fffgg . . W , - . 1 ,-ga'-'-f-gm, m 0 1 4. - V,-1 ' v rx Q n V . ' il A e , l Y . N V ,hm ew Aj, .VX :Lx "" alue From Gas eter Portland's tirst citizen of 1937 bathes in bookish brain talk and charitable activity. Dean Richard B. Cior Bachelorl Dille- hunt checked dirty, almost inaccessible gas meters and cleaned doctors' offices to put himself through prep school. Gas meters taught him the value oi a quarter: janitorial jobs swept him withthe desire to become a medical man so he went through lllinois and Chicago Universities. Since Bice Institute gave him an MD, "Who's Who in America" has been constantly revising copy. Recent acquirements: mem- ber oi Social Security Board's Division tor Crippled Chil- drenp Orthopaedic Advisory Board, Warm Springs Founda- tion, Fellow, International College of Surgery, Geneva. Precis of present activities: supervising Portland's rivei purification committee, planning Swedish motor ship trip to Gothenburg, envisioning the Greater Oregon medical cen- ter. The tall man of Marquam Hill ribs pedantic people worse than Eve did Adam. With his own efiervescence, chuckle-loving Dean Dillehunt bubbles with refutations of his accusation: "I am so commonplace and colorless." M, ,- M: H x w w v 35, ' .. ,. H xg. x iw -mg MEDICAL SCHOOL CAMPUS .ff PM 1, ww " 5? ' ggmm a w MZ, .H M M A mfg? n ww SENT so N FEQNTE ,VARY uC"' SUND SECBE P- os -:Holla QFP' , at-'A we' Opposite page displays medical and nursing students toting charts, discussing case histories, strolling between Med Schools back door and Multnomah County Hospital. Below sits Superin- tendent Plali Couch who dictates business management of school to blonde-thatched secretary. Atop this page, mild-mannered Miss Elnora Thomson sits at desk designed lor boss of nurses, accepts worries with confident white-headed shake. "lust a moment, doc- tor," exhorts Dave Morris oi Dr. Arthur C. lones, "Those 'ogy' endings are mighty confusing." Next, a med prof points out epiglottis as second year students reminisce on undergraduate dance days. Then, crime detection expert, Dr. Frank Menne, cuts up with lab assistant in pathological case. Bottom, husky Dr. DR. JONES AND DAVE MORRIS BELOW, CHART INSTRUCTION FOR MEDICAL STUDENTS M Edward West goes technological with cleverly contrived ma- chine to twist glass tines in oversized beaker. DR. WEST RIGHT, DR. MENNE AND ASSISTANT d 1 its .pf lx 92 gl' "What is the first duty ot a nurse?" pokes Dr. Seabrook as a tardy miss sidles into his Surgical Diseases class. "Promptness," she meekly hands back. Class begins, everyone smiles. None smirk, for who may be next? Tantalizing formula for hunger in Chem lab is Dr. West's mixture of South- o HUP' Pl H9945 off no 1,fl5,24,., 1 Z 'F . ,r" ' K ern drawl with tobacco humor, reminding ladies in white of juicy Virginia ham. Dr. Manville sticks to adages with "An apple a day keeps the doctor away" pepping them up periodically. Followers of Florence Nightingale scutt their shoes on the threshold, pause momentarily to see how Dr. Sears is taring with "some ot the boys" in horseshoes. A ring of the iron stake sends smiles to his iaceg a ring ot the hour bell sends White shoes scurrying to Bacteriology class. Dances are popular pastime, sponsored by nurses, for nurses-and escorts. Faculty, families, friends pay semi- annual visits to Home Where social graces replace professional dignity, Where Miss Thomson and Mrs. Iones provide simple solutions to weighty problems. , N. -if 41 fl W jg ,ff' X fffrl 3 I Ml Q 'ur ' X53 ,-., is X' ,ff 2 50' vi-9 5 A 1469 xv" 56 'A we -04" we E5 " SWF Pul Q Counter An important part ot Oregon's famed Medical School is its Department ofINursing. This edu- cation consists in spending one or two years on the Eugene or Corvallis campus, the remaining two or three years in Portland. B. A. and B. S. degrees in Nursing Education are offered. Ad- vanced studies for one year result in certificates for Public Health, Obstetrical, Orthopaedic, Pedi- atric Nursing and Nursing Supervision, accord- ing to fields of study. DORIS ANDERSON WILMA BAILEY CATHERINE BARRY HARRIET BONES MARSHFIELD, J.C. BUXTON, J.C. LAKEVIEW, E.A. GAVLORD, J.C, MARILYN BROWN MARGUERITE CLARK MERLE E. CONKLIN JUNE DANILSON PORTLAND, .l.C. PORTLAND, J,C. NEWBERG, J,C. PORTLAND, J.C. C L MARY DICKSON ANNA MAE EVANS LOUISE FARNSWORTH HAZEL FOSTER ELECTA GARTIN MARY JO GILLESPIE RUBY GOFF GAIL GREBE -mcomn, s.s, PoR'rx.ANn, J.c, onsson cl'rY,B.s. 'rr-:E DALLES, J.c, CALDWELL, s,A. K:t.1.oGc, a.s. roRes'r snova, E.A, PORTLAND, a.s. MARIE HAINES HELEN HANSEN MARIAN HARTVEDT CHESTER HAYDEN HENRIETTA HOLCOMB AMY JOHNSON MARJORIE JOHNSTON PATRICIA KNAPP ELKTON, .1.c. TERHEBONNE, J,c. TOUCHET, a.A. sPmNcFtELn, a.s. Euczma, a.s. KLAMATH FALLS, as, ALBANY, a.s. PonTl.AND. .1,c. MARGARET MARTIN MILETA NELSON VICTORIA PIKA MARION FRYKE BETTY SCHLAPKOHL GRETCHEN SPENCER ELEANOR STAUB ELIZABETH YOCOM cANav, J.c. cor-mow, J.c. Pon-r1.AND. J.c. PORTLAND, a.A. cN'rAmu, a.s. SALEM. B.s. sEAvsR CREEK, J.c. Eucens, B.s. 2 A, . r 4 ' ff VERNE L. ADAMS MELVIN W. ANDERSON CHARLES H. BARR HOWARD THEODORE BISCHOFF EMMANUEL BITER EUGENE. B.A. U. OF 0 . GOOD SAMAFII- TAN Hosp, M JOHN W. DERBYSHIRE NORTH BEND. B. A. U.OFO.. WISCONSIN GENERAL HosP.. M MADISON. WIS. WILLIAM S. ITO PORTLAND. E.A. U OF O fl Wig rv x09 MEDFORD. 5.5. O. S. C.. U OF O. HOSP. ILTON DURHAM TACDMA. E.5. U. OF OHGOOD SAMARITAN HOSP. URRAY L. JOHNSON TACOMA. ELA, COL- LEGE OF PUGET SOUND. UNION ME- MORIAL HOSP.. EAL- TIMORE. MD ASTORIA. E.A. U. OF O.. ST. VINCENT'S HOSP. THOMAS H. EMMENS MEDFORD. EI.A.U.OF O.. ANCKER HOSP.. ST. PAUL. MINN. ROBERT D. JOHNSTON EUGENE. B.A. U. OF O.. U OF O. HOSP. A G. BAUGHMAN PORTLAND, B. A. U OF O., SANTA BAR- BARA COTTAGE HOSP. RNOLDF.FRIEDMAN LOS ANGELES. A.M. U.S.C, LOS ANGELES COUNTY HOSP. POR-TLAND. E1 A. R1EDCOLLEGE,JEW- 1-1oQunAM.a.s,u. or W.. EMMANUEL HOSP TSH HCJEP..ST.LOUlS, JOHN M GUISS MISSCURI. WOODEURN, B A. U THOMASP.GERAGHTY DF O.. U OF O SAN FRANCISCO, 5.5, U. DFW., KING COUN- TY I-IDSF. , SEATTLE PAUL D. KELLER DANIEL H. LABBY MINKCREEK, B. S UTAHAGRICULTLIRAL COLLEGE. LONG I5- LAND COLLEGE HOSP.. BROOKLYN. N, Y. PORTLAND. EI. A FEED COLLEGE JOHNS HOPKINS HOSP. BALTIMORE. MARYLAND HOSP.. GEORGE H. LAGE HOOD RIVER, B.A. O S. C, Hated class "A" by the American Medical Associa- tion, the Oregon Medical School in Portland is the only Northwestern institution of its kind. lt offers a four-year professional curriculum in medicine lead- ing to the much prized M.D. degree. Three years of pre-medic training, which may be secured at Oregon or Oregon State, are required for entrance. Before interneship in a recognized hospital, each med stu- dent must have spent seven years in lectures and labs beyond high school. Marquarn Hill medical men must qualify for B.A. or B.S. degrees before third year of professional school life in order to be graduated with M.D. degrees. Unique to non-professional collegians is this school's system of grade procedure. Adding to their fears, medical students are not advised of their passing or failing positions until lune of each year. Although innumerable undergrads aim for Med School few have fortitude and ability to follow through. EVERSON, I3,S. u.oF o.. SWEDISH Hosp., SEATTLE, wm. JOHN L. HARDY TACDMA, Es. u. or w., IQING couwrv HOSP., SEATTLE FLOYD E. LEES PDRTLAND, a.A. u. OF o., SOUTHERN PACIFIC I-IosP., sAN PORTLAND, B.A. U. DF O., SACRAMENTO COUNTY HOSP. LEW HURD F'ORTLAND,E.S.COL- LEGE OF LDAHO, U. OF O. HOSP. PAUL METZ PORTLAND, B.A REED COLLEGE, ST. VIN- CENT'S HOSP. JAcK EoLLERuD MILTON ERUNKOW PI-IvLI.Is J. BURDON THOMAS E. cANNII-Is 5EORGEW.COTTRELL WILL CHARLES DAVIS DOLORES DEFACCIO DONALD s. DEPP POFiTLAND,B.A.REED VALLEJO, 5.5. O. S. IONE, 3.5. W. 5. C. F'ORTLAND.E.S.O.S. PORTLAND, B.A. U. SEATTLE, B.S. U. OF COLLEGE, EMANUEL C.. WISCONSIN GEN SACRED HEART HCS- C.. U. OF O, HOSF. LF O., U. OF O. W.,COLUMBUSHOSF. HDSP ERAL Hosp., MADI- PITAL. SPDKANE WILLIAMS. Ho,-FORD Hosv. SEATTLE, WN. MARGARET HENRY SON- WIS' ROBERT v. HILL PORTLAND, E. A. RUSSELL H. I-IuFr-' HERBERT A. HUGHES ENDICOTT, ELS, W. IRVIN HILL DAYS CREEK, E.5. STANFORD U.,KlNGS PORTLAND, E.A. U. CAMAS, WN., E. S. S C., WOMEN A CUSHMAN, B,A , M. O. S. C., SWEDISH CO, HOSP,, EROOK- OF MONTANA, KING U. OF W., SANTA CHIl.DREN'S HOSF., A., U. OF O.. GOOD HOSP.. SEATTLE LVN. N Y. CO. HOSP, SEATTLE BARBARA CO. HOSP. SAN FFIANUSCO SAMARITAN HOSP- THEODORE NI. LUNDY RICHARD w. LYMAN HERBERT MASON GEORGE D. MASSEY SAM BEN LIU EDWARD LOUIE PORTLAND, E.A. IJ, LA GRANDE, Ia, s. D. EEAVERTCIN, Ia.A. KLAMATH FALLS, E.A. PORTLAND,E.A.REED PORTLAND, 5. s., o. :F o., U. DF o. s. c,, UNIVEESITY REED COLLEGE. u. or o., u. oF D. COLLEGE S. C., EMA N U EL HDSP. HOSF., MINNEAFO- EMANUEL HOSP. HOSP. HOSP. L.S, MINN. FRANCISCO WALTER R. MUNROE SEATTLE B S U OF W SWEDISI-I HOSP SEATTLE KATSUMI NAKADATE PORTLAND. B. A. WILLAMETTE U. MARVIN J. ROBB HILLSEDRO, S.S. PA- C I F I C UNIVERSITV. ST. VINCENT'SHC7SF. SIEGFRIED VON BERTHELSDORF PORTLAND, B.A. U. OF O., U. S. MARINE HOSP. JOHN J. PHILLIPS BANKS, B.A. U. O. SANTA CLARA CO. HOSP., SAN JOSE, CAL. KEITH F. RUSSELL PORTLAND, El.S. O. S. C., U. OFO. HOSF. RALPH M. WADE LEWISTON, IDA H O. B.S. LI.OF IDAHO, U. S. MARINE HOSP. OF 'ST ALLEN E. PRIEST PLJLLMAN, 5.5. W. S. C., SAN BERNARDINO COUNTY HOSP. JOSEPH K. SATO PORTLAND, B.S. U. OF 0. CLYDE L. WAGNER SEATTLE, 5.5. LI.OF W., KING CO. HOSPH SEATTLE A R EE PUZISS PORTLAND, ELA. REED COLLEGE, ST. VINCENT'S HOSP. ALPH L. SMITH S FO K A N E. A. B. WHITMAN C., SWED- IsH HOSF.. SEATTLE WENDELL wg WHITE WILLIAM RICH WARRINGTON CORVALLI5, B,S. O. S.C., FRENCH HOSP.. SAN FRANCISCO FORREST E. RIEKE SALEM. B. 5. O. S. C-. U. OF O. HDSP. RUSSELL J. TAT SEATTLE, B,S, U. OF O, MT. ZION HOSP-I SAN FRANCISCO PORTLAND, ELA. U. OF O., FRESEYTER- IAN OLMSTEAD Mb- MOFIIAL HOSP.. LOS ANGELES 96 ,Yin ' .1 7.4-. ..- ' af' an , 1 'L' 'L '- '. - v av 5, . . xv . fn wif.. , 1 4 ,N ,,o. ' 'V v-f'1 A -, w a Q . - --. l- A .y.N. i H, . 1 ,.-u, .f -4' .....,' -4 .ga ,JZK .1 gm. :AM wi-1 1 1 'R 1 1 1 1" '1,f1 ' 11.5 1 A, '31 11 1,,n ., Ml '11 ' 1FL12j 11. 1 '1 1" , .1 111, 111: 1 1 ' 1 f 11 . '11 1 '1'1'J , 11g1L1 1 1 11 L if I Dean .lohu J. Landshury Campu Trail-Trekl er "Prosaic as a professors pun" died the death of outmoded idioms at Oregon in 1914. Iohn I. Landsbury had arrived. Vlfiih the World War's approach, he Was mixing mares and accepting the deanship. Today he is an institution, trekking campus trails to conjure up impromptu speeches for future unknown occasions. Facetiously, he defines coed as a "miss with a mission looking for a man with a mansion." Bachelor Landsbury, engineer-trained, received his music doctorate at first of the century. "From Simpson, to Baker, to Oregon" reads his professional itinerary. He is ubiqui- tous, equally popular at the "Side" or music school. HeaVY in healthy proportions, he attracts the undergraduate gaze with his Iapanese shirt, tweed cap, quick gait, and sincere "Hella" Informal as the Whiskerino, he burns up cigar bands as often as he does swing bands, his pet aversion. Polyphonic Choir director Iohri Stork Evcms, left, rests his horrid on picmo ctlthouqh orqcrn cmd chorus Work torke up his time. Center, deboncrir professor Georqe Hopkins Wins promise for his modern oriqincrl compositions, opplduse for his concert pionisiic ability. Accompctriist Bill Mc- Kinney cmd ienor soloist Bob Mock, riqht, spend much time in the Music School prorciice rooms. Harpist Neva Barloer, right, plucks on multi- ple strings with occasional glance at music stand while wiry qut atop frame twists from nervous vibrations. Below left, Harold Kaschko' follows the instructions of voice teacher Mme. Bose McGrew. Below, right, Audrey Aasen lets right hand know what left is doing by applying Professor Rex Un- clerwood's methods for violinists. -A sms:--HQ 99 X ,mgmff M ' Y-V ? 3 ' E-w -S95 I my 2' ,I 3' UNIVERSITY'S SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA DIRECTOR REX UNDERWOOD, BELOW LEFT, CHEERFULLY RE- LAXES IN ROCKER HOLDING HIS FAVORED INSTRU- MENT, THE VIOLIN. NEXT. BAND INSTRUCTOR JOHN STEHN MAKES A THIRD IN THE CLARINET TRIO. FOLLOWS, ONE OF THE MUSIC SCHOOL'S MANY EN- SEMBLES WITH CLARINET, FLUTE AND BASSOON PLAYERS. TOP, LOUIS ARTAU GOES HEAVILY INTO MUSIC THEORY AND HISTORY AS PROFESSOR, FINDS TIME TO ENJOY RUNNING OVER THE KEYBOARD. ,eP-'A ws- 9' QOFEQ 'N"l'Iv-0 ,if-5"f' vias ef' P-9 . F-Vx-L -:Hug 1 fx. 2 OW 1490 oil' 4 . ao-QOYV 'Ap,FSaC0V::Cyx6VCL' HEJXOEQESQ Lvlaaavxfa 'AO11 Zami vi- P- I- x-I Ir- o ' goi can 611 om- ,JF oaffwttri Yam age a 51:1 gow- Ge A 1 I5 L 19 ,N P- . ov' IMP' I6 vit' e- e OW xv-91 Bah Winston- 'P' aookw-olNs11l'l vlxG""5 .v an IA as 1,9 Gee ,ov oo PJ'-6' el'-9 at-P' 1'1" 1.66 1- . 11 Nl EG ,AN 1V an-F ,IC P. Cyt- ETP' AIN gb QR 'gp 4 F P934 FIT 'vi all' Plxlgp . Fi' VIOVT 33154 29,9-12,4 P-vig-ft . FM 5 8eP,i1ER5OI4eoNNN.oGg qs 9 96,2 eh ,Av New we Eval- Ng 9 JE" eil LE" . 20' 6,519 he at Nici vm hqilf NE X95 ' i.O8l1:xeP-l'-Lvl 50" PRES' Phi Beta Founded in 1912 at Northwestern, the national Phi Beta society established a Pi chapter at Ore- gon in '29. Known as a music, dance and drama honorary for women it promotes appreciation of individual abilities in these tields. With lean Ramsden as president, the group gave tive schol- arships this year to as many talented students: Harriett Douglas, Saville Riley, Dorothy Davis, Lorene Mitchell and Rebecca Anderson. Unusual is the chapters roll necessitating three divisions oi personnel with active undergraduates, the associates and alurnnae, and the patron-patron- ess group. Ever present to assist ASUO officials in securing better guest talent, the Phi Betas con- ducted an energetic season ticket sale tor the University's Greater Artists' series last fall. we 'gift ,,,s1""'5 -,gh -me-5,4 RUTHALBERT WOLFENDEN, TOP, IS CAUGHT FROM PRACTICE ROOM INTONING HER IN- P STRUMENT. BOTTOM, GLANCING AROUND, STARTLED BY PEEPING TOMS. GRADUATE 7- EDYTHE FARR GRABS TRUMPET SPIT-VALVE WITH RIGHT HAND WHILE LEFT WANDERS AWAY FROM PIsToNs. M .wifi I 101. GEO RC-:E H M- G uf KEY . FBOF 808 NGELL ouew-9. OPKXN5 , 9 F-CNN 1 W: 'NE BOB D RGE H 'YYHE M161 FH151 RO Lwxrl vlwmcv-. EY, FP-OF GEO ox-lM.o econ. D v4uNN ?xM MU ALFYWA MEMEEP-6 5v.xPwNoR'h-X, B06 C1p-99211-ON, E YOUSG. SECOND ROW: BXLL MCKXNN MACY-. JACK POWERS. JACK PEUMMEF-. O MONROE RKCHAF-09014. BERT CMAMBEF-LKB. OONAL 44 V vo U ,ff ' J.. l h 1 M -All D113 Its le I1 qthy title is ,phi M u A-lph CI Sinio mia Fr .. G- tern. lty OIQI- of Am Y fo eric SQIV It me Gil, Amecgory of Siu Foundigrofessi ed . can Sic' Q1 OUQ1 I ' ln f2 WUI, th 1nB0StC Nev, E music ghCeI.S Trebe Ofeg n dul-in nqlqnd hon- O hqmb of the 119 and n qrou qthe Sp Con- Wunn eflin pl OCG1 b buss IOWQS C amish- Pfofe Us We CYS are Cleff Cooncejv- nor Ofhis GSSOSSQI- Geondell 63-IEPI-esidenscious th Ciqt fqe 1 ire. Ht B mOst S No 9' L Ho Y cr ert po fihw 01,115 A Pkjn Hd D qrOu pu1CIf est Tig S is OH . , p , u , 5-Ovlnffe' ll-gu1eS UEQVISGT .Y Incl S 'the 1 UA Iflong ng Hi-t,Y:S T1 1 mam 11011 me 1 Q Un n Amen Y music? memben S livin H1161 CQGI, lgn an fs quo g OI.- d the mute their Sician QYWQ' Q46 xx Wx YLQSAOXX Known oe o ookkcod, music Yxooox eocxew Koi upperdcxee worsen, Mu 903, Epeioo woken eopxxefoeoke Kos edmmcmce euii. 'Tm wexe Sound eXK,qK3oXe 'xox qoefdoexekxxp x Douqwee, Levine Xiooexz ohne 'Coe epooeoxf ci in coop- i pexeorvs ov. Home YXOXL Underk rw' oidoeeki oeeociofxxon . XOQ Xe xi e xo KXQYXO bowl e Dm ,Oo and Home Oxeqori fa eq Xocok -sxrfv-9 KoxNrxspeo9X . pecxed Xxx OX oi We YI Ko exe op YXOOX awp ' 'XNXQO noun emo he Sc Xuw- okxorx 'COe Yxo KN e x0 'ne K 'Qxe Y er endecxxed Xuq keno. Qoe oc Xe coocevx xv-okx Ki "Mei ' Ckxodo Wx-5 ww wks. fiancee api sexdo ' x0 ,Coe Mu cmd Scie- rx en dkkotw X 'Coe KNOXI cmd. O ' c ou eve Como ' e bo ere in LNB, Musa. sides odee QCOBXN ' QXCDI nd 5 DOUG ' MOL!-'f mei pie Skekm. M ' qkxp he ex X soXo doom ' ox, 'ceXXo cn me. WOLFEMOEN . FRANCE HNEON. '51 ANOXNG . Maude dem NI Q9-0 ' ' , moX ' 'Xoo 9 Xue- YO ov ex ohm Epex RUTH?-LBERT YN LOXMEE JO Dove woxxkw ae exec -scYxooX exlyopkxoml'-5 Xu ckmxxek sections weox Mu Vox A IUZ 1 EPXUSON MEMBERS ARE: EEATEO, PLUNNAER, Mp-DSE CONAW AY , 001101 FXELO, EDYTYN FAB?- MU PM LOTYE MARY Cr! AR SM ALL. BOB 'rw Majors in music are granted B. A. and B. S. degrees ii they fulfill requirements of the school. Bachelor of Music Education diplomas are also presented through a four-Year curriculum tied in with the School ot Education. The Bachelor of Music degree is allowed through concentrat- ed work in the tonal arts. ln addition to a bachelor's ranking, the siudents who accomp- lish certain Work in public school music are given Certificates in Public School Music. After graduation, a music major may study for an M. A. or M. S. plus the creative Master of Fine Arts. fl If .- Q jywllg .. ANNE BARTON COQUILLE. ELA. DOROTHY BURGES5 MEDFORD, B.A. EVELYN ERICKSON EUGENE, E.A. BARBARA HOLT MEDFORD, El-A. CHARLOTTE PLUMMER EUGENE, ELA. MOLLIE SMALL EUGENE, B.A. IVY COOK PORTLAND, a.A. RUTH FITCH Maoronn, a.s. DOROTHY JOHNSON PoRT1.AND, M.A. DONALD REES Eucama, 5.5. JACQUELINE WONG PORTLAND, Eu A. FRANCIS M. DOUGLAS EUGENE, B.A. ELEANOR HAYES PORTLAND, E.A. FRANCELIA OLIVER BAKER, B,S. SAVILLE RILEY PORTLAND, B.S. DONALD WUNN EUGENE, B.S. 103 104 ,- x R ' 3 1: -fx x V, x 'T . K x X X W wx F x x V x xx ,xl KH fx I x ' X xl U xx Ex" Xxx W. " xx x fxx 'J v 51m 2 x xx -1 X12 ffm ,xxx yxlx Mx N jk f lf-A N x-L Jx ,f..,x xx. xx, MLA, xx xx xx Y 1 .x Hx 'K-ix 'xl 'xx xx xx Y? xJ'1x" lil My N , I 1 1 s Y I I K . .iv 3-4 -3, r -5 lr Iv 'Q 'KX 'K' Q ,N .. ,j:9'!:regf:-'taxi Y'sI."m xx 1, 1L'xN.-'-:NVE Nfxxf wg, H Y SHI EAL 'FL ifi W4Y5 1' '! 'Y 'XX "VN: R' 0' :Z as O 00' '1"ll-unxgq, -v-1--v, 24 v. 1. c 'K up 51 V' wal:-41. i' ...ff- " 'ui' ,JH-H-N Dean Ralph . Leighton Reform mayor of South Dakota's Woolsey at twenty-one, florid, jovial, barrel-chested Ralph W. Leighton was already ' l h oles, acquainted with the world. He climbed te ep one p ured dishes movie-ushered to earn his way through the sco , University of Iowa. Interested in all sports, Dean Leighton ' ' f tball championed in lightweight Wrestling and played oo O on gave him a Ph D a professorship in edu- for Iowa. reg . ., cation and the deanship. Experience and titles came with Dr. Leighton to Oregon: ten years in high school education, two years as professor and football line coach at the College ' ' ' Recre- of Idaho, plus Carnegie Foundation head for Oregon ational Activities. Since his arrival, he has become Execu- tive Secretary of Research, Vice-chairman of Committee on Institutional Research, and owner of a flashy, curb-climbing Reformer, Wre tler, Ure on Dean PRCF E. R. KNCLLIN JAMES DIMIT ON BAR DIRECTOR PAUL WASHKE ,,,....--1 s TWH X I- --f. l fl ' Ligier-' ROLAND Ntolrlh ,X DICNE Professor Paul Washke, top left, heads rnen's gymnasium activities but takes time to survey Emerald's sports section. Center, genial physical ed prof E. Pt. Knollin caught, pencil in midair, chatting with athlete Ierry Donnell. Below, left, James Dimit slips around the horizontal bar for an arched form. Above, graduate assistant Roland Dickie takes roll before sending class throuqh paces. ln rnid-air the camera leaves student a brought to plight by gym coach R crobatist uss Cutler. Below left, boxing instructor Herb Caldw hairy forearm on ring ro e i ell leans p g ving attentive stu dent pointers on glove game. Out ot is PE prof Ned lohns seldom his element seen in swivel chair. F- xN51-Ruiro BQIUNEALDW EL HERB fb ".'.5...c3.ll-0 CUTLER TOSSES ONE OF 'THE BOYS FROF NED JOHNS IN OFFICE DALE P ET E R S O N WRESTLES WITH PARTNER MAKING UP NEW PRETZEL HOLDS HORIZONTAL BAR ARTIST TED LOEFFLER I5 CALIFORNIA'S CONTRIBUTION TO OREGON YI Fab 'Y 14356 c,P-9 ug' e 1925 V99 19,633 1 PAL o TIN Ga Hou of HANDEALL SLAFPERS IN AC- TION SHOW STRAIN OF FAST GAME 108 CORRECTIVE GYM CLASSES BOOST VALUE OF PE SCHOOL TO ALL STUDENTS BA N Mu TAM sc w LE E16 .Bo HTS UND :mc E,G ul- H ET T.n.lF:sE5OF s FESGXN6 43.06 YNPY-04. F960 9-P-EOF-. x,m-KO6EvX, 6066?-'Y oouemva. 'TOY-P-6666. B649 FVYC0. BYWOOP- vM-vl. x.ox-5 ovl'YvHM-hi, N-19 9646?-L64 081600 . M 635 M16 A P-C6 M10 yn M15 F 068651 WB JPQNOV-Pfb. vivl vlwmix. 66 56649 OXv5 P-F168 xN 661494 QYXNJ MA, vlxu. x-109-rl PM mioim., we Fxlviovl. OP-'I KO 1.wxkPf. Y! 00146 . 696 Ox-1 . Ex. mk- am-wuffeo ewoevwe. ,,M,, wow. om ua eo-1-we 'Am-65. ME N. v,D s A MA E5 c CTI sKEDo:,BX?-Y Ro THLESSOUCLM PR s os o . Fo- R -f, I. +251 15 a 'U' 5 199 P' SKI CLUB PRESIDENT, TEAM MANAGER NORMAN HOLT I . H tid QW Q -, ' , ,df iw - Ml X A2311 1,7 MW KZ if X, TOM WIPER PRACTICING Organized last year, the University Ski Club has dropped on top campus citizens like a class A jumper on his neck-craning spectators-sudden like. Woody Truax, Frank Drew, Ralph Lafterty and Norm Holt conceived the club idea, the latter serving as present president. Ski-conscious associate officers are Marge McLean and Bob Iolly. Arranging trips, scheduling busses, planning overnight outings is their task. Since the club's birth, Oregon Winter sports-lovers have pop- ularized Mclienzie Pass ski runs, White Branch lifts, have made skiing the "thing to do." Although a local product, the club sponsors annual competitive teams as a member of the Northwest Intercollegiate Ski Union. vi WSP-UL V T 1- aol' x5 vi N' 9 ou? OO P040 1v4 ai? 'NPA' P 90 Eu gap' ,AP-Vwyvf wtf' 'A 'Yep' 4 . 10 5,0 Fig we rf Ski Club TOP ROW: HAROLD ELLIOTT, ROBERT JOLLY. MARJORIE CLEAR, ROBIN NELSON, MARJORIE MCLEAN, AL CHILDS. SECOND ROW: NORMAN HOLT. JUNE BROWN, ELEANOR ANDERSON, EILEEN COOPER. BETTY KARMEL. CHRISTINE KALLANDER. SEATED: LORRAINE HUNT, SUNNY STANKE 10 iz, .1 xx' " ' ,ff Y ,sl eww I . x6 K , Q,- zpsf' Xoi' doo X 09' QOQOQQQDC' 299' wgxco YIXOQIGXOCQQQ CWEOKG' 9 65' Q0 Q16 66 Q, 6 6 -9 e S ew 9- 2,50 x,oY oc' sh 3910, X306 KOS QXOQ 06665 XOX6 W6 KO 16690 N049 X031 O50 Seo, oe We Q09 95,9 9,5 -eyxxeibixoxio 59' 61,0 6201 O16 C930 05:9 O05 Q06 QQQGQOSXQQS Xoxoxe K 5 08000 OK XXZGOO if S1 K S -2, xg KS' Qojoke C26 Oq3x606OZi4x6iqieoieofixq6 9106 5. XO woo 909 igxvfxx 005 66968 6056 dpi 0040 Wagga I9 . 0' 9, Q0 di' 500 50 9, O56 QC GO Q33 5. 69 6349 e6i0O9ioOaOe x 3, 6 X919 O00 ao live REVA HORSLEY PORTLAND. B.S. mi? has-, BETTY ELAINE BOISE, a.s. MARGARET FISHER KIMBERLEY, a.s, JOHN MITCHELL CRESWELI., a,s. BETTY REISCH PORTLAND, a,s, HAZEL SMITH PORTLAND, a s ALVAN BOGUE PRAIRIE CITY, B.S. NELLO GIOVANINI KLAMATH FALLS. E,S. HENRY NILSEN ASTORIA, El.S. LENARD ROBERTSON ALBANY, B.S. EDYTH SPRAGUE EUGENE, B.S. IN ROMY DE PITTARD KLAMATH FALLS. B.S. DOROTHY KYLE VENETA, B.S. VIOLET POTTER SPRINGFIELD, 8.5, LILLIAN SCHAFFER EUGENE, 5.5. BARBARA WARD EIJRLINGAME, B,S. ZAIDIE ENOS EUGENE, B.S. GEORGIA A. LANGFORD SOMES BAR, B.S. LOUISE PURSLEY EUGENE, B.S. AL SIMPSON ASHLAND, B.S. BEVERLY YOUNG IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION ASHLAND, 5,5, PHYSICAL EDUCATION YQ N f... -... x x v . .,1. X: 'n -df' Af-J . '31,- .fx 3-' - ,Y f .,1' w .- '- 'rv Iffir .3'il,,-142 1.- ' :Z 'HA 1. lo U. oak XS dxewl 5 .-J :V - ..,.pv" 4. . Aa, Yun- 1-' Q'J'1"E'U X'i'ilI'ti 115' M1u'z'i11f1f"' un iff vw'- '1 has snmliliwl Naam ..a.,4 .1xk, my. .vlfl H Ji v'N'l I N -1' 1' 'I 1 ' vfflaw-is V uilwff- ui kfililill Ha'se'im' Nav ce m'e1?'i1x f'f1m'lxf' f,.x:1 , 11, W- ,, J . , L . ,L ' .2 - 'i H I.,..l ,.. . . . ,. mlm H zwwwixf fWxELfIL' Wflflllillhiiil i'filll5IIllIfWi 1saviK'uif'6:w'f1rps X . LL,-- ww. Ju. .,.,1,f1x 31 1. 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'Aw -1' - vw. 1 .lun-1 -2 as-55' lv .14 , ,. 4,-Qu? 'VV ' vk .2:.1... --,f M A" A K1 1 -,se :I . 'Dean Jamesw H. Gilben Hue Ure ands Stepfather in No campus stranger is Dean Iames H. Gilbert with four years as a University student, thirty-one as Social Science faculty member. While an undergraduate activity man, he edited the Oregon Weekly, Ernerald's forerunnerg was as- sistant editor of Webfoot, The Oregana's step-father. After four year's absence from Eugene, studying at Columbia, Dean Gilbert added Ph.D. to his name, returned to Oregon. Three decades in classroom and administrative office have- n't slowed his Floyd Gibbons lecture style. His students still resort to short-hand notes. Dr. Gilbert dotes on personal punctuality record in class attendance. Explains love of walking eight miles daily as sure-fire antidote for old age. No stern academician, the Dean serves on University Ath- letic Board, consistently attends football and basketball games. When school's out, he goes Isaac Waltonish luring lively fish in Eastern Oregon waters. 113 . .i , .,.,., .:., , fa - 'ng- e l f Q - -- - sm HH was swim M ' F WZEQESZ? 'iiiiiiz i'i....J1'2'a 4. -gnu H ...ff Q: vi lee:-. PSYCH HEAD H. R. TAYLOR CATCHES UP ON READINGS Departmental boss of psychology is Professor H. R. Taylor. Since his Pacitic University gradu- ation in 'l4, he has spent most of his time at Ore- gon quietly studying motivation, behaviorism, yet is unknown to many campus undergradu- ates. "Love and Marriage" lecturer L. F. Beck is Dr. Taylor's assistant. Popular among students, he gets Emerald headlines with unusual opin- ions on mass and individual psychological quirks. From Wisconsin degrees to Philippine mines goes Dr. Warren D. Smiths history. The small statured geography and geology head teaches geornorphology and physiography with enthusiasm. DR. L.. F. BECK TWO-FINGER TYPES MANUSCRIFT GEOLOGIST WARREN D. SMITH STUDIES SPECIMENS R.C.CLARK PROF CALVIN CRLIMBAKER Above Dr. R. C. Clark sways back, twidclles his thumbs tollowinq another survey into the field of Oregon history. Below left Social Science Prof. Calvin Crumbaker dabbles in introduction of text on "Practical investigation oi the Econo- mic Systemu. Below right, Sociology Depart- ment head, Dr. P. A. Parsons, creates the proper air with pipe in hancl, "The Family and the De- pression" book in background. DR P A PARSONS 'mt FAMILY Dtvaiiiiou 5 Va Swag' -1 1 Z c,,v.'-. f "D: 12- ' ,-1.i'1i.51- 'si . L- f. V. A : -- " 'ff' WL, :ff E'-Qin is r ,g six" :Wa',.:wf,'5E . " ,Ziff , . , .,i,,,:5?:f .5 tg-uggygnj. O Egfr f. , is,-fat , . N M ,. .,,,.i .,. 2 ,ff -PWMQ -.Q 1-,so PL. , :., it f i if mm' 5 W. , ss :i2,"Z'I' X1 1 ui. , : -,-..,.,j., WE ,- ,, 'E,,i.,3 .xl- JL-w:ff5.:fw1 , . 'wvfg ..A.-125-1 . -, sg rs' uf K I 4- I 'I l Q Smoky reminder of Dante's "Inierno" are the Catlow Valley Caves, above. Harney County, south-eastern Oregon at foot oi Steen's Moun- tains, one hundred miles south of Burns is the location. The caves border the valley in walls of rimrock. Here Dr. L. S. Cressman has lead archaeological expeditions ot University stu- dents for two years to discover specimens from race of Paiute Indians who once lived here. Dust features work of student searchers who wear masks while shaking century-old powdered cave dirt, in process above, in search ot historical evi- dence. Expeditions are financed by the Carneqie Institute and Oreqon's own State Research Fund. 116 RUNNING THE SHAKER5 AT CATLOW VALLEY -fs 1?-9 C-1 sl BN 1 P-N 9, QONO ,mlvo GRxD5:AFL1E.5 ci. Nl -rf-P' Sigma Uttisgat Citi Year-otd cainpus sociai science ciub is Siqma Omeqa Chi, orqanized to toster interest in its ow n academic tietd ptus society' and sociai work. Loqicatty, it is rostered by Sociat Science School maiors. Requirements tor memberships are un' hampered by scbotastic G?Pi's. Pi Iocai bonor- arv, it bad as iirst tacuity adviser Dr. Samuet Iamieson who Iater resiqned in tav or ot Dr. ?biiip Parsons. impetus to qrow is institied by ten cbar- ter members keen on sociai work. Now torw-tour underqrads and six iacuitv members are attiiiat- ed. Magician-president Ctnandter Stevens says ' ociai beinq woricinq in a sociat , up interested in . be A s ff since man is a s unit we coin weii attord a qro butt-sessioninq on societwfs probiems. So t SOC' s anatyze mores, toitcways and institutions. FIRST ROW: ANNA MARIE DRISCOLL, ROBERTA LEMEN. BETTE NORNNOOD, MARJDRIE ISLER, MARY NI. GEDNEY, DOROTHY ASH, AUDREY ATCI-IINSON. SECOND ROW: ADELE VON LUBKEN, JEAN FRANCES ESSEX, BETTY HOSSACK, HELEN I-IARKINS. PEARL BUCKLER, MAUDE EDMUNDS. FRICILLA WOLD, MABEL TURNER, KATHLEEN JESSE. BACK ROW: CHANDLER STEVENS, MHUIRE BROWN, FRED HOLFERT, PRISCILLA SMITH, ELEANOR SEELY, FRANCES FIELDS, WILLIAM ORR. FRED BEARDSLEY, JUNE BROWN, ELEANOR ANDERSON, WILLA MCINTOSH. PRES C ' H AND LSR ST E vENs X Interfraternit Council Mixing meals with matters of business, lnter-irater- nity Council members congregate semi-monthly with each unit taking turn as host. From Alpha to Omega, the Greek letter executives ponder prob- lems common to all houses. Improving rushing rules to prevent unfair tactics on part oi over-anX- ious pledge pin-planters is Councils chief task. Its tribunal of five iudicate matters of dispute, advised by Dean of Personnel Onthank. President Ronald Husk was compensated for chairman's chores bY New York trip to National Inter-fraternity Confer- ence last November. Other officers are vice-presi- dent Henry Nielson and secretary-treasurer Keith Osborne, with Dean of Men Earl as adviser. Foot- baller I-lusk acquired presidency year ago in coin- ilipping contest with journalist-politician Bill Curn- rnings. PRESIDENT RONALD HUSK. IN GROUP: ALAN LONG, ZANE KEMLER HARRY REGNART. RONALD HUSK, LAURENCE CRANE. COURTNEY LASSELLE HAROLD WESTON. GEORGE COREY, CARTER FETSCH WILLIAM CUMMINGS WILLIAM FRAGER. ,Q-'ua 0 -A O ' O O O T ' o O O 122 Q C O FIRST ROW. GRADUATES: TED BOHLNIAN, SHELDON PARKS, MINYASUI. SECOND ROW, SEN- IDRS: BURR MONRAD. .IOE FRI1- ZELL. GEORGE HALL. .IULE GRAFF,HARRY NIOHR. KENNETH WOOD, DONALD RICHARDSON. THIRD ROW. JUNIORS: NEIL FARNHANI, WILLIAM DEDNIAN. BRUCE.IOHNSTON.JACI4THONIP- SON. JAMES VOSS. ROBERT WINES. LETELLE MCCOOL. FOURTH ROW, SOPHONIORES: GEORGE LU- ONlA.HAROLD KASCHKO.WILBUR COLWELL, DAVID NICKIBBEN. BILLNYLEN, MYRON SAUT- TER. FIFTH ROW. FRESHNIEN: LEE WITH- ROW. DNIITRY PERNIINOFF. CYRUS NIM5, DAN MERCER, ENIERSON PAGE. SIXTH ROW: AL ADANI5.LAWRENCE NIARTIN.ROY BROCK- SCHINK. STEVE BUSH. GORDON BERG. SEV- ENTH ROW: BILL BLOODWORTH. WAYNE KELTY, ED LARSON. EIGHTH ROW: LOYAL LANG. WILLIAM ENDICOTT . 'i PRESIDENT DONALD RICHARDSON lpha Hall Located on the Fourteenth Street side of Iohn Straub Memorial. Alpha Hall pro- duces at least one member of Senior Six yearly. Latest addition is Don Richard- son. president. Phi Bete Min Yasui and Spanish-speaking Sheldon Parks labor in Law School. Frog-voice Newcomb pines for his home: Van Heutszplein No. 11. Batavia. lava. NEI. George Luoma modemizes on Horatio Alger role while his room-mate. Wayne Kelty. cools Time current event quizes. E o 1 f. V -.J If 4 K .I ,r ' J -2 '-T T , , x , i Ol A -4 f" YV' 1 I -If ,. .X T .fx .1 x - Q ' , I T 1 1 1 4 ,N , 1,1 TJ f 1, f .J 'V j ,,f N , U Tx x 1,-Ll. . 5. A1 I - 5' T -' ,' LY, FIRST ROW. GRADUATES: KEN- NETH ABRAHAM, WILLIAM SPIERS: SENIORSL JACK HAY. SECOND ROW: PETERWASCHER. ALAN DAVIS, WILLIAM FOSTER, JACKWAGSTAFF.GLENN POWN- DER, JAMES PEAKE. CHARLES WALNUM. THIRD ROW: HAR- OLD WESTON. BILL BLACKABY, ROBERT SPROAT, HAROLD GOOD. DONALD ANDERSON, MANNING MOORE. FOURTH ROW, JUNIORSz ADOLPH 1AM- '5KY.HERBURT EHRSAMANAYNE MACKIN. ROBERT HOCHULI, RICHARD SEARS, ROBERT RUE. JAMES BUCK. .IACK DUNN. GLENN EATON. FIFTH ROW: NORMAN WEINER, WILLIAM DUNN, GERALD GRAYBEAL. EL- ! 'W 'I DON WYMAN, ERLE SWANSON, PAUL LOGAN, RTRMAN STORLI, WILLIAM MORTTMER. ROBERT .I CHILCOTE, RALPH ALDEN. Sum-T ROW, SOPROMORESJ WALLY ROSS. MAN, GTLMAN DANIELSON. ROBERT WTCR. EOE LABONTE. ALLISON CHILDS. CHARLES 9 ROAGLAND, LEONARD EATON. GENE SHARP. Q SEVENTH ROW: HAROLD ELLTCOTT, CLIFTON , f SMTTR, JAMES PICKETT, ROBERT BLACK. , E 5 BILL LEWIS. JACK DAVIS, THOMAS RUTCT-L i ,Q R INS. ETGRTR Row, PRESRMEN1 ROBERT I J f ADRIAN, DUDLEY WALTON, CARL LITTLE, l""V'A',?"--.X W, ' DOUGLAS HAY. PETER LAME. EDGAR STOR- iw H LI. WALTER HOLT, NINTH ROW: WESLEY W E 1 5 ' 4, A ,C STEELE,vvxLLxAM PUGTTANTLLTAM WYGANT. P 1. 3 X GEORGE SAUNDERS, PAUL EOCCT, LYTLE A 'L 5 U 'Hx YOUNG ROBERT PAYNE TENTT-I ROW:WAL- '. ALI! Q' C' - - T ,.--LG' TER GALE, DON RNOLES. JACK BOONE. FRED Ml HN FARRIER. HAROLD SARKELA. GENE BROWN. PRESIDENT HAROLD WESTON lpha Tau Ume a Boasting quantity, the Hotelmen always display a full house with tables of bridge available in annex chapters. Founded in 1910 on flats of Millrace, the house was moved to the more serene and exclusive heights district to secure higher campus scholastic standing. A.TO's student body president says "Oregon is going places" with the Tau's four Friars, nine Order of O men paving their share of the way. JQ 'JI X X 1 J J , 1 5.1 C. Q, . ., it-.1 1 " ' i hx x . - . K 1 A ff ' N 1 1 -' -If 'I 1 Z 1,1 I 'l. , ' I. .ki - I, 1.11 T1 3 , 1 !1 XV N. 1-HI, ,xx I 1 ' , ' f' 1 ' ,Mgr My -1. 1 Q 1 H I NN J- 1 fn' f 1 1 I 1 A., 1 , 1- 1 Z , :sl Q . ,1 0 1 A f -' ' U 1 1 1' Q, Q: f I , 1 , 1 ,1-, .A-A 3 I .J 1 , :ffl .H ,N 1,11 ' 1 0 5 - LJ 1' '-.- 3. X Af' , L , ,.,., 5.1 ,1 1 W ' 1 ff' W L11 ,I !1.1 ,C Jn' I FN 3 . I, , 1.12 J, 0 ,I xiy l 1,1 .3J If xx! A i I IN I I , 4,1 jf .1 ,I ,. V, 11: , -f 1 a ' f . 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Y'f'I,f' I ', Qi Q1 J Q -,I fx . . 31, 1110 1 " 'N ' 1" Ce 1 ' " I ' ' .L ,4 ' 5 Y X' 1 I 3 5 F - 1 6 11.1 41! XT S 13 , K" I 1 XX 1 , 1, J! - - Q-' xx 1 , 1 1 If ' L 'X-U, I 1 fp A-A" A 1 'f .1 ' N. 1 IE 0 'Vw xiii g 'XA 4 1 . 1 O 1. I ,' I Q 2. XII? 1 U -in-X ly X! "YI, Y Yg,,1'i'x -'xg z 1 M! 11' 1 E f 15 f'1 1 , I lx JJ J J un, 1 -1 Q.. 1 1- 1 1.1 I 1' NR VT fi H , ,f J I 1 1 FIRST ROW. GRADUATES: WAR- RENGILL.GEORGECOREY. SEC- OND ROW. SENIORS1 WILLIAM HARROW, TED GEBHARDT. FRANK BRADFORD, RALPH CATHEY. JOHN KESTLEY. KARL KOCH, ED BURKITT, JAMES VIETH,EOB CREIGHTON. THIRD ROW, JUNIORS: JACK SMITH. FRED HENDRICKS. WALTER MILLER. DONALD SMITH, ED- WIN LUCKEY. ROBERT STOCKS THOMAS ROBERTSON. ROBERT DENT. FOURTH ROW: EARL FORTMILLER. HAROLD DUDEN. HOWARD JONES, MATT PAVA- LUNAS.JAMES BIJELL.RICHARD WERSCHKUL.WENDELLWYATT. FIFTH ROWz DONALD THOMAS, LESLIE WERSCHKUL. WILLIAM PENGRA, WELLINGTON QUINN. BAUGH, ROBERT WINTERMUTE. ROGER CONRAD. SIXTH ROW. SOPHOMORES: EVERT MC- NEELEY, SAMUEL KNIGHT. HARTWELL EAST- MAN, JAMES LIVINGSTON, IRVING WOLL- COTT, EDWARD LEONARD. MAURICE BIN- FORD, SEVENTH ROW: JACK DALLAS. SHERMAN WETMORE. MAURICE HUNTER. DONALD TURNER. JAMES RATHEUN. WENT- WORTH BOWMAN,ROBERTCARLON. EIGHTH ROW. FRESHMEN: LEWIS LACY. HAROLD BRAYTON, WILLIAM LOUD. DAVID ATKIN- SON, LOUIS TORGESON, JOHN VEATCH. fr V. 1 1 1 . il! 1 I1 A 1 14, N111111-1 now: Roasm' swears. LAVERN ww Nw-.!A,f' 2 1 , J ,1,,f',f MARTER. CHANDLER SMITH, ALAN KING. V I ,""'I,d'i-'jffw' TENT1-1 ROW:JOHN CRAIG.WILLIAM REGNER. 'il' . ' 1, ....-1.6-173 I-1 ' Y, X If-A -ff 1- 1 - 1 'R ,fx 1:1 ' ,fl yf f" 'M f XJ! ' .1 1 f O i 1- i . E O 5 L ,v .if V Q 0 126 1- 1: xx fd H -I -1 w we ' ' D ,--.11.,-?'1- - Iii' O 9 L W ff-1, If CHIN JOHN MCGOWAN. BEN CLAY- PRESIDENT GEORGE COREY Beta Theta P1 By the Millrace may be found three dogs, two cats, mixing with six football, three basketball and three baseball players. Also three swimmers. two golfers, one tennis star, innumerable numeral men. and an occasional student. Led by genial George Corey, peace reigns except tor rumblings of Manager Karl Koch over broken windows. fires, and iniuries to new furniture. In truth, a man's house for men's men 'til spring term. 'W O O 'X O x Xl 5 O S 0 . 1 0 .- I, .11 Lk . - 1 AQ - . f ' ' T 'FQXFUV VV x ' 0 I U Q 0 l C G f , n Q 'UQ c jf o O 2' 9 .wx f o A ,f x f Q X v0k 5 O Q KW PRESIDENT FRED RASOR Campbell Cooperatl e No pledges are hacked in successful Campbell Co-op. founded in 1935. Theme: cut costs "by doing all we can our- selves." No class distinctions. call it in- tellectual and social heterogeneity. Scholarship tops. Divided into two groups are seventy Co-opers. Fred Kreml pre- sides at 1332 Kincaid. and Fred Rasor at Thirteenth near Hilyard. Both units sit together inlexecutive council, chairman- ned by Hub Kuokka. Carl Prodinger is chief buyer-manager. O X U OAVO ,-.1 O f ,J L. CJ U :J I' I ,, I.. f x , ,lu I A-,--1' Q X90 NN 4' -xi ,L i' X 130 o O If-"' H IN X3 O 00 O O FIRST ROW. SENIORS: JOHN ILL LAUDERBACK. HAKKERUP,B SECOND ROW, JUNIORS: DALE AT,EHIVIAN NICFADDIN. GEORGE CLASENIAN. JOHN ANKINSHIP, KEITH RINE- MAI-LICO BL HART, THIRD ROW. SOPHONIORESz GLENN SNIITH. PAUL DAVIS, JOHN CAVANAGH, JANIES MAN- NING. FOURTH ROW, FRESHNIEN: ORVILLE WEEKLY. EDWIN WYATT, QUENTIN CHURCH. JOHN SANDERS. WILLIAM XIANXIACTOR. FIFTH ROW: DAVID SCOGGIN. WALLIS NIAR- RIAGE. JAMES NIANLEY, DONALD NICINTOSH. CHARLES BAKER, SIXTH ROW:JAN SRENIET. CLARENCE KRUGERJULIAN LEONARD,WEN- W' PAUL DELL HENDRICKSON. SEVENTH RO . CHRISTY, WILBUR BISHOP. CHARLES CORN- WELL. EIGHTH ROW: TONI BARRETT. HAR- VEY LEE. PRESIDENT IOHN CAVANAGH Canard Club Canard Club, scholarship leacler of all men's houses. owes much to Ben Winer. Phi Bete and Oreqon's choice for Rhodes scholar honors. and to Dale Mallicoat. Friar and Alpha Delta Sigma prexy. Heroic exploits of Ioseph P. Canard, mythical founder. assume Paul Bunyan- esque proportions on April iirsi. celebrat- ed as iounder's day. Under the leader- ship oivvlpresident Iohn Cavanagh and mdnaaer'-Zlfeith Rinehart, democratic and finio1rma'1 Canardss.Qlub preserves the - ideals set by student founders iour years ago. ., i' 0 O O O r O C O O C O c 0 Q fl f If O 132 PRESIDENT KEITH OSBORNE ChiPi Founded in l848. Chi Psi still clings to its ideals lor inner closeness of indivi- duals in the fraternity. Striking blue and white, the English Lodge is a familiar landmark along the Millrace. During spring term it is a popular center oi acti- vity highlighted by a marine-decked house dance which attracts ,grashers IA' 'fn 'Korn all over the campus. are inolfslackers in social,-and iactivityilliie. 1. , ,V ml: ' , z 'ly f':f'3H,f,'1'Q li' H 21 I . , w.,',, x M ,Jn ' , .s.V.V I ,,,..f., 11.2 ,Lg . , aa'-.aw ' 22-1 " I 1. EI' .-' v ' i L.,t f .1 ., , 8 I fl ,tw cv O 0 -A E gg :JEL-V, A fs-N O O o f t A' ff' 0 Q -'iff Q IPI? "Him 5 O vn'l IQJTJLTY J ' LW-i ,S " ' ,uw "'--A' P: if A O 0 'E A ,J -ivvgfg I O A TO . ' . Yi A iff? Tx' 1 r O . !," , H A X J 3 f . 2 KA 2 A... X '-mlhii' l A ff-FJ X Mug:-1--T 'fl, .v.A?.f: R GO V 1 :TLT WJ- J, v, 'ft' L tw N JK! X" mi 'H.JffS- 0 .PJ Q 1 X .JSO CLJA 0 P' 0 2' O QE XV 5 ENN 1 10 fo " A . 2' , ' 9 adn: SIE Q L2 if Q .PTA X fx A ij H . LUV... ,-I. C' gf Tr 7 . ,,3 Af, U. Oy A 1 O Q, : A x T, X . . ,, 1 ' ' .'.LjLx4a . J , .. - T , J.. Lf r. ' ' M A Q JLG Q I 1' KN' 'ir tl cg tx ,f '.5-S-L., ' 4-M' H, REYTON. RALPH sEvaRsoN. JACK MCLAUGHLIN. SECOND FXRST ROW. SENIORS: RALPH L' Row: HOWARD TOMASJ. CLYDE 'X g-fd ANGERMAN. BERT CHAMBER- LKN. JASON BAXLEY. JAMES WOODS. THIRD ROW: DARREL JOHNSON, KEN LARSEN, LEO YOUNG. ART LAMKA, HARRY REGNART. FOURTH ROW. JUN- IORS: CHARLES SCHANNEP. JOHN YANTXS, GERALD HOL- 1APFEL,ElLL EIGNER, WALT !:U rr O rd AX NNENDT. FXFTH ROW: ROY A JT Qu' 2 T . 'R L 1 fr" 1? J" T 1 ,ff U-.ii uk ,Q-,Ah ' ff 3 JI .Ill 1. W5 1.1.1 K Y j .Q MINS, titty W! If . T, -A..r..,.J, , C gli' affix 0.1! Tr.. L 0 fn A J-"I J Z' M , JAC ,--'ls ' f O 'J JL FOX' 1.56, . II' ig. . I if 'NFO jg X 5 vERNsTRoM.LLoYoSELFRTOOR. 1- R CLAYTON ELLIS, PHYLIP GAM- Y, , 1 I Q BEE, GEORGE DRACH. JT fl: 1, 1-'Y T ij fi 'yi J I fr W l .L ,pail H J J' V f L- . ' ml. L ,. X7 J.. Im., TT 1 JJ fl uf JK' N, fy 2 f 'J 'a X 5 1 gl 'T N, T J XX X X fvlff 'Jr J JH X fl", ff R V lv- J", .J 3 li U' Xykgy V. I, .Aiif jx T a T--f gw.,.'-R ,I A 'if xl 'T ' 5 T- X . ' Ifa T 1 1 V by 2 ak X-MX T K., Wx 5,3--Tw 412 'fx -NX S. T I 'T' 5 lf. f., . E V 1 1 5 Y 4 L 1 'il ' W ' in 'Jr' , 1 Y, J 'J ' N x J 'qs i N . R V' nf L 'J if" T ' SERS SIXTH Row, SOPHOMORE5: ALVIN ANDER- Q E ' T soN. JACK MTLLER, J. T. MONARAN, BERT .L T ,' ARL, STRONG. EDWARD MARTXN, LYNN Boones. . TOM ATKKNSON. LEONARD RUECKER. JAMES H ' TATT. SEVENTH ROW, FRESHMEN: JAY g J :',L,., FREEMAN. LLOYD REOATRORN. NORMAN N . I X " FOSTER, DANHD ZTLNA. aoa SKELLEY, Roe J..-,'ff' .5 XJ. '- I HILL, FRANK MORGAN. Roe SNOKE. EKGHT Lf" 3,f""" O' b 'I' f ROW: JOHN LOTT. SHERWOOO JENNXNGS. ' i , T Roe HANSEN. TOM FXSHBURNE. BRUCE 134 gf I I 3 , GKESY, ALAN STEWERT. NINTH ROW: Oxcx 4Q..fff'1g L 5 HEWITT, LARRY HOPKINS, JACK DANXELS. 'fm .I- -,O ,- ,I -TQ 5 -a., .-,A .1 , , , .. K, Ll. !l.,,5x!!, I 1O f ,gf Ji-Hemi PRESIDENT IAMES WOODS Delta Tau Della Founded in '59 at Bethany College, Vir- ginia. the Delts have homesteaded in Oregon long enough to smash several front door DTD neon signs. Perched on the Hill, popularized by poplars. the chapter welcomes chaps advocating bull sessions as constructive adiunct io I education. Avoiding artiticiality or bla-4 tant boastiulness. they leave two pages. of pictures to create any impression. which the reader may wish to draw. 1 ..,,4 4 FIRST ROW, GRADUATES: TONY Of- 1 jx -V. 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H 555 1 A F ' TO 5 -J I " -5 :Z in Aff Q 5 L7i!,ffS"-1.1 ' 1 ,N 11 I G 'Y .111 I .M I 1 L11 3 .U lj fw .1 ,ffl 5 vxw ,f ' 1 .fr ,11 ' 1 1' --.f I .5115 . X1 'HN If 1', N' 'J 1' Y J 25.5 1: 1--13-.,Q.,f1 2,1 7 P 1 Q w Q Y fy, ll J f L31 . , . J' " f ' X f 51 ,P :X Lf Iii' 3 I if fuk "T A . . ' 1- 1' 1' ,d'1",- ,' T 'W '-jf. 1: ,' 1 r ., Q, Lv. 1 iv", I W I , F i J' R- 3 1 O 1 1:-, fp 7.1 Q' 1' .Ji . I1 'Aj ! 1.1 L. J1. TL 5, 2.11 . .ln W C, 1 EZ-A--':1 C, 'TAN A A W AMATO,LOU1S KELSEY. GEORGE Q' BNTTH, WTLLTAN ZXMMERMAN. -E! Q SECOND ROW. SENIOFIS1 PAUL 1 ' DEUTSCHMANN, MORTIMER HEINRXCH, 'ZANE KEMLER. ' FRANK PRICE, WXLFORD ROAD- MAN. ROBERT vA1JCHN. KARL 1 , WESTER. NED GEE.T1-HRD Row. , 1 AIT JTJNTORS. ROBERT CoRBY,WxL. LXAM CENTRY, CLARENCE zTJR. CHER, JOHN NOCE, CHARLES ,T ,. 1 N - N SKXNNER. JOHN WEBER, STE- 4 P X1 A h WART HATWARD. 1 5 W, K FK- AJ!!! ' 1 1 FOURTH ROW, SOPHOMORES: WALLACE 1 WHTTE. BILL VAN DYKE. LAWRENCE LEW. WTLLKAM KIRKPATRXCK. DTCK CLARK, JACK DAVIS. JACK w1ATzCER. FIFTH ROW, FRESH- .. Q MEN: WALTER ACHTERMAN. FRANK AL- ' ' J ' BRECHT, DONALD CHAMBERS. ROBERT .ffl Q ,, 1 l 'N '. . ' ' jf' CROEBT. CHARLES FISCHER, JOHN GEN- '1 1' H. DRON. STKTH ROW, PAUL HTLLAR, CHARLES HASKELL. WARREN GRTNBERG, OLNER HOOC. JAMES HOWARD. ROBERT JONES. Q P1 ,-- SEVENTH ROW. WILLTAM JONES. ROOT ' ' KOSTIN, ALBERT LYNN, TED SCHWATZ, Y A.,.. 1 1 ,Ll JM, . L'-"'1f,?f:'A '-IL'-1.x1..x 'wi' 'I JAMES PETERSON. DONALD LEMONS. FRANK O A 'ff JOHNSTON. LLOYD sAuvoLA. ROBERT gg 515,71 X b Amfiqfej. RETTEE. ROBERT LOvELL. Exc-HTH ROW1 C NZQ:LM,.1x 1 4,5-1f'g,-',., JOHN YEAKLEY. WARD WILSON, ALvTN il X416-si-lg' f WARREN. - -Hs-:A L, PRESIDENT ZANE KEMLER EB Delta Up 11011 Oldest national at Oregon is Delta Upsi- lc-n. Planted in 1834 at Williams College, it speaks of non-secrecy as top fraternity characteristic. boasts of alums from Chief Iustice Hughes to Edgar Bergen. Led by ASUO vice-president Kemler and Emerald editor Deutschman, the chapter has driven towards healthy position in campus scholarship. preserved tradi- tiondlw participation in activities. spon- soredfvaried .social program. O O O Of "O u... O O O 'T ft O C g C O U K CHN-1 Oo U are O FIRST ROW. SENIORS: FAY WIL- STEARNS, CALVIN WILSON, LIANI WRIGHT. FRANK KULA. SECOND ROW, JUNIORSLFREE- NIAN PATTON. GEORGE A1U- NIANO, JACK BURTON, MARK KONDO, GEORGE LOEFFLER. DALE RHINE. THIRD ROW. SOPHOMORES: LELAND BAB- ILSON COCK. WAYNE NICFAUL, LLOYD W . ROBERT WILSON. FOURTH ROW. FRESH- NIEN:.IANIES STEARNS, BILL CHILCOTE. HAR- OLD CHIJNG-HOON. JAMES FROST, DON FTH ROW: CHARLES LUNDQUIST. HICKS. FI ROY NIETZLER, ARTHUR NIILLER. EDWARD NIOSHOFSKY, SIXTH ROW: JACK HOLMES, EDNIUND NIKLAS. NICK NOTAS. CARL PEETZ. SEVENTH ROW: LLOYD JOHNSON, DON- JOHNSON. I PRESIDENT FREEMAN PATTON Gamma Hall Home of lusty-voiced individuals who water-bag passersby for lun, Gamma Hall keeps its place in the campus sun with the man from Arbuckle, California. President Freeman Patton announces for KORE, sets his chronometer by the "Early Bird" program he produces daily. Mike Dariotis mixes his academic train- ing with occasional bakery iobs while lim Moe contends a psychology maior will background him for med school. U U O . 0 .' O Q 0 O -O- O 5 LEONARD FIRST ROW, SENIORS: RUS CLARENCE PETERSON. AND , LEN ARD ROBERTSON . SECOND Y ROW: ROBERT SPRAGUE, DAR L EVANS. ROBERT WATKINS. ROB- UGHES, BERT POWELL,OLIVER H CK GAVIN THIRD ROW,JUN- JA . IORS- FRANK ENIMONS. ERLING JACOBSEN, DEAN CADLE, WAL- IELD. ELVED STEELE, DO CAUF ROBERT MORSE. ' J! my 'T I 140 " C FOURTH ROW,SOPHONIORESAPHILIPGOULD, ROBERT ENGELKE, ARTHUR WINETROUT, HERBERT BARBIJR. HOWARD JENKS. JOE GURLEY, STANLEY DAVIS. FRED WALLER. FIFTH ROW. FRESHNIEN: ROBERT DALTON. DONALD CAWLEY, EARL LATOURETTE. EHR- NIAN GIUSTINA. JOHN LANSING. JERRY NIC- DONALD, ALLAN TOOLE, SIXTH ROW: NIUR- NI ERT, HENRY RAY BROWN, JACK VANDE TEV- FRED SLADE KENNETH S SCROEDER. , ENSON. SEVENTH ROW: WILLIANI FOSTER, NES. RAY ROBERT NORRIS, RICHARD JO LAUGHTON. EIGHTH ROW: WORLEY ELLIS ADE HUYCKE. luv" ! i':""' X . - ,I ,.-sg .1 bi "ff", J PRESIDENT LENARD ROBERTSON Kappa Sigma Six 1938 varsity football lettermen head long list of pigger personalities at Kap- pa Sigma's twenty-eight-year-old chap- ter house. Medicine. law. foreign trade, literature, education, and art hold the interests of its sixty non-typed affiliates. Campus fun-seekers make annual and traditional barn dance af Kappa Sigma an all-campus affair. Scabbard and Blade chief, Captain Iack Gavin. with four other Kappa Sigs helps officer ROTC students. Il OX-. O V 1 O Oo O O N O O 7 I 'Y O :I Mx 's 142 ,J 2 OB O o O rt O 3 ff CHAN FKRST ROW. SENXORS: THEO- ORE HOCH WALLACE RXCE. D . KENNETH DELLFRANKSEXFERT. SECOND ROW, JUNKORS: PAUL FINCK. MAX STEAD. JOHN SHERMAN, JAHN. LEON OLM- THXRD ROW. SOPHOMORES: JACK YOSHT- TOMT. PAULUS McKEE. LOGAN WHITEHURST. FOURTH ROW. FRESHMEN: ROBERTSON COOK, GEORGE NXCKACHOS. ALBERT LO- LANE. KEITH JANDRALL, ROY GALLOWAY. FKFTH ROW: RICHARD DUCKW ALL, CHARLES HEIT1, BOB CALKTNS. MELDREN ANDERSON. SIXTH ROWLRONALD WlTLATCH,DAN DAVTS, JAMES KTJRT1. TOSHXE XNAHARA. SEVENTH S ROW: BTLL BENNET, GWYNN MATTHTA . ?N sw is-I v:.Qfi?5" 5 Y, B, ul B my K - lm W W E555 SF 'Ff- V.' S V mimi Epi g '- 1' I ' PRESIDENT FRANK SEIFERT Uma 61 Hall "Number l495" is the plate on door of Onyx Street's Omega Hall. Ideally situ- ated lor tardy military students who bel- ler "Here!" from front room as Sarge Blythe checks ROTC rolls. The likes of Alan Davis and Frank Seifert rest here evenings. Waking hours are spent serv- ing sororities and pushing The Oregana profits upwards. That McMinnville man. Barney Kliks, shifted scenes to Sherry Hall after a year of Omega residence. 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JUN- IORS: BOB SMITH, KNOX PARK- ER. KEN SHIPLEY, TED HOLMES, CHARLES FOSS. PETER REID, CARL JANTZEN. CLAYTON PEAR- SON. FOURTH ROW: BOB ELLI- OTT, GORDON BENSON, RAY HOUGHTON, CHARLES PHIPPS. BILL FEASLEY, HAROLD MOR- GAN, HUGH IRWIN. BOB CUT- LER. FIFTH ROW: PETE MITCH- ELL, JIM LONERGAN. NORM HOLT. JOHN NELSON, HARRY MILNE. CHARLES STAFFORD. JACK SLANCHARD, SCOTT COR- BETT, BOB VADNAIS, GEORGE SCHWEIGER. SIXTH ROW. SOPHOMORES:DON MABEE. LES READY. HUGH MCMENEMIN, PETE IGOE. FLOYD ELLIOTT. DICK FHILLIPPI, BERGER RORNIICK, W I LB U R W ITT LIFF . GORDON BAILEY, HAMILTON HICKSON, DEAN VIN- CENT. SEVENTH ROW, FRESHMEN: BOB DUDREY, DON GALBREATH, VERN AMBROSE, ROY DYER, GEORGE ARBUCKLE, AL VAN DUYN, JAMES TRESSEL. EIGHTH ROWLMAR- TIN LUTHER, TONY FROMBOLO, BILL SKADE, WALT LIDSTROM, ELLSWORTH WILLIS, BOB HAYES. NINTH ROWzBILL BERNARD, CLAIR ADAMS. BOB FERRIS, PRESTON PHIPPS, WALKER TREECE. TENTH ROW: DAN IMA- HONEY, RAY DICKSON, ED WHEELER. PRESIDENT WILLIAM CUMMINGS Phi Delta Theta Ace hoopsters Laddie Gale. S1imWinter- mute ring up baskets, Manager Chuck Phipps rings up cash register for Phi Delta Theta. Oxford. Ohio, is 1848 birth- place oi the second largest fraternity chartered at Oregon in 1912. Middle of the campus "Barn" is handy hangout for busy frank Nash, Law School prexy and Review editor. Versatility makes Phis often ' V champs. G r i d st e r Iim Nicholson 'heads dozen yarsity sport- sers. Iuenior Class head Scott Corbett leads Balancing list of fourteen honorary - ' ,ID.e!1. I 1 I I I I I M, I I I I , I I X I .I I If X I II - ' f I W . I I I I I III.. I . In 1 IRL' I1 : IU, -I - .X U XX X N. I gf. , .Mi 'HX' , I '. fl I I 3 fy- k,,s'Xg. II I N2 , ,J z' X NIXIA. I, I IA", I M, I -F . LII V kv' II. 13, , xy! .Q I . IV I 1 A 7- , .,.. , A--" I A'-P. I If I ' ff X I I ...Aj i I I ,. II, -146 Q E ' I I I, If 1 II,,I1 ,, 'I K1 It I I. . ,I I I I ff' ,--LI . ..--' ,ff ' IJ 'xx I 'Za' -,MN 4 -I-1 ' ' :XX 'w .f , i . ..1f- 1 ' ' , 1' . I ! "'i'l3""F WQQQ--1:1 '. if O 0 f 'I :fa-w gf f ' X- FI I F1 FIRST ROW. GRADUATE: JASON LEE: SENIORS:HAROLD ADAMS, CHARLES BAILEY, DONALD ROOT, SECOND ROW: EDWARD SEUFERT. WILLIAM CAMPBELL, RICHARD BECK. JACK CASEY. IVAN CLARK, DON MARSHALL, LARRY CRANE. THIRD ROW: BOS FINDTNER. TOM POTTER, CLARENCEFRANCIS,ROSSHEIN. WALTER HULDEN, TED OLSON. JOHN FOWLER, JACK LOCH- RIDGE, FOURTH ROW. JUN- IORS:PHILIP BLADINE, GEORGE SULLIVAN,BOB RICHARDS,BOB SCHULZE. FIFTH ROW. SOPHOMORES: FRED DAVIS. HOWARD ALLEN,DICK LARKIN,EINO JUOLA, BOB MILLSPAUGH. SIXTH ROW:JESS SHINN. ROD MCMILLAN. JOHN WOOD. STANLEY STAIGER, GEORGE SMITH. SEVENTH ROW, FRESHMENzCONRAD CARMAN. BUD BROWN. CHARLES COATES, RICHARD EDENHOLM. DAVID GRIFFITHS. EIGHTH ROW: CLINTON MCGILL. ELDON PLATT, DON SWINK, DON MCEACHERN. EARL SANDNESS. ROBERT RANGE. NINTH ROW: GEORGE MCLYNN. FRED VINCENT, PAT LYNCH, RICHARD SEUFERT. l Nsgtxrga PRESIDENT LAURENCE CRANE Phi Gamma Dalia Newly remodeled Colonial structure in heart of campus furnishes hangout for Phi Gams. Twenty-seventh year of chap- ter's existence witnessed new high in iratemity achievement. For first time in history Oregon's Fiiis played host to national convention which oiiicials de- clared most successful on record. Stan. Staiger leads Sophomore Class to bigger' and better '39. Don Marshall sets grade- record in Law School as house scholar- ship moves closer to top. 7 .01 O I c 3 We .1 I f x J w . A lg ,N-Xxx .. X u XA ' 'Ive . J ' 'Vo I 148 O O Of ,,.,, O o K , no .Of 50 0 CJ! '1'?yO FIRST ROW. SENIORS: JACOB E GEORGE VAROFF, WIL- HAL , LIAM CHAMBREAU, PHILIP LYNCH. ALVAN BOGUE. SEC- IJNIORS: IRVING JONSON. MARSH HOFFMAN, DERWENT BANTA. ROBERT YOUNG. OTTO WIDEMAN, GERT ROHWER. OND ROW. J I, THIRD ROW. SOPHOMORES: MAX SIMMONS, .JIM ARMPRIEST. HENRY CAMFHWALTER KEL- LER, BOB BROOKE, JACK COLE. FOURTH ROW:THOMAS BALDWIN.WOOD5ON SLATER. FRED HICHENS. HERBERT HAMER, LLOYD CIJMMINGS. FIFTH ROW.FRESHMEN:CLARI4 WEAVER, WILLIAM BURKIT, HARRY STIR- WALT, CUTLER WEBSTER, FRANK MELDRUM. SIXTH ROW: GEORGE HOFFMAN. ROBERT HAVENS. KENNETH HANKINS. CAMERON COLLIER, STANTON SMITH. SEVENTH ROW: JAMES BENNETT, EDWARD JAMIESON. DON BARKER. HARRY KETTERING. EIGHTH ROW: RICHARD KAHN. LARRY LANGSTON, LLOYD ooo. O oo , O OC O R I o K Cum EG- PRESIDENT FRED CARLSON Phi Kappa P 1 Phi Kappa Psi. conservative in nature. was founded on the principle oi absolute undergraduate control. George Varoff. world's highest indoor vaulter. wears the badge. Rohwer manages the football team. helps give the gals a break with Stanton, Camp and Chambreau. Iamie- son likes golf and politics, the latter in which 'Barker also dabbles. Its advan- tageousllocation on Millrace makes pin- planters wary. l ,J- fl ilq-I V MI I "", fly 'fa -A --N. I 1 . 1' -X1 -1,- 1. 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A 1 .x 1,1 H 1 'xx Q1 I ,lm IW. .- I QA .1 ,. 111wxl MQ .1 1. 1 4 .-,, .1 1. my 1 1. 1 1 f1g:.1rf' wig, I ,-' 1 6 U qkgift 1 I 1 I 11:1 -Ewa W 1 ' -YH" "T"AW Y-1i'I 1 1 1 vw ff 1 1 I X ,f E' X I 1 1 I 3 'J' I, , x , , - , . 1 1 1 k Q , I11.'g. , '1 ' Lf 111' 1 ' .I k'I 1 fi 1 A I 1. 13- , 1 4- ,"'1 WMI v Lx ,. 1 1l,,u' ff' 1 'VI Lffgfg. 1 1 , 1154 K, I X1 .Y ' I - I 1 ': M' If 1 . NLM 1,1 .W-1' 1-,,, .,f I1 Ig 'M,.1" ' uf' ,1 .f-"Tiff "" " 'I f . n K . , 5 1 1 L ' . ,f I 1 X 1 , 1 - A . I . , , ,, ,., I ..,I " 1 1 11 FIRST ROW, SENIORS: THOMAS TURNER. W ARREN WALDORF. VERNON COUGILL, ROBERT MORRISON. EDGAR ANDERSON. SECOND ROW, JUNIORS: WAR- REN LIGGETT. CARTER FETSCH. RAYMOND SPAULDING,THOMAS WIPER.JACK PLUMMER,GEORC-:E KNIGHT. JACK INGRAM, KAY NIEL, FRANK HITCHCOCK. THIRD ROW. SOPHOMORES1 HUBERT TOT- MAN, WILLIAM PORTER. MILLARD PEDIGO, STANLEY JOHNSON, ROBERT CHRISTENSEN, RAYMOND BOND. FOURTH ROW, FRESH- MEN: JERRY THOMPSON, EARL SWANSON. LAVERNE SPAUGH. SAM STEVENS, WAYNE TIMM. FIFTH ROW: ROGER MILLER, ESTLEY SCHICK, JACK MASSIE. RALPH OHMAN. JACK BROMLEY. SIXTH ROW: BRUCE CARTER, CLARE ESHELBY. GLENN COUGILL, SEV- ENTH ROW: NATE COLEMAN, WILLIAM KNIGHT, WILLIAM BRENNER. V,-5151111 .'54.k'1 V- V Fi if 'F ff' I Q -friiiw llk-XV I -ing iff' -Ji P' fy' F W-V1:P'i ,1 NX . 1 11. X, yffwwg fwxx f f V -X X X V CP " Q 1 C O ij' I K 1 fuffzglg U 150 '21- f-V1 1 -Ed t' .:1glLi51E.-I?,i.H:a ' io 1 1 gi - ui! f C . nr. 114114 PRESIDENT CARTER FETSCH Phi i ma Kappa Fortified by the addition of some twenty wide-awake pledges, Phi Deuteron of Phi Sigma Kappa boasts an active, versatile membership with a reputation for doing things. Phi Sigs include fifteen members of national honoraries, eight freshmen athletes, three varsity hopefuls, seven bandsmen. three senior ROTC officers. Dagger member, one Rhodes Sqholari The Cregana Assistant Edi- -5' iniqihgtiheig number., I 1 .. w ' fr- ,Mmm W, ' I '. u 5 -W .RL f T ' J iq l KV E 1-4 Q ig: V- ' A - '-'Qi ,hifgf A r-- 92:1 ft 'if , , h , -.,-f' VME- "'f""-JC '-- . T i "" ' 11 w ' ,, .L.A,'- ff' tyre' rj P' , 1 ' , 3 Vi ., ..,,J ' xt 1 5' . 5 1 ' ' O O -I O ' o G C ooo O o O ,I og' O TTI O N--' ,fo N 1 IT 'il O Ex i' f O ' X O o ff' 152 O on O K CHINI FIRST ROW, SENIORS: LEO CARY, JAMES ALLEN. KERMIT SILXlERWORD,GRADUATE. SEC- OND ROW: WILLIAM GASSMAN. ROBERT EMERSON, BRUCE CUR- RIE. HAROLD FAIJNT. AL SIMP- SON, COURTNEY LASSELLE, THIRD ROW, JUNIORS: WALT ROBINSON,DON TOWER,IRVING LARSON. ING. FOURTH FOW. SOPHOMORESz RUDY K ROBERT RANKIN, ROBERT MARTIN, VICTOR OW: PIESTRAK, BOB FOLGEDALEN. FIFTH R MAR RICE CARL ROBERTSON, GEORGE DEL . WILHELM,WILLIAM RALSTON,ROBERT WAT- c SON. SIXTH ROW , FRESHMEN: JIM BAYLESJ, GENE DIDAK, RUSS COMBEST. DANIEL HOG- - Y AN. BOB CHERNEY. SEVENTH ROW, RA S .IAMES DUDLEY RAY GENETTE.WIL- WELL , . LIAM GILMOREJACK FARISS, EIGHTH ROW: ROBERT MCFADYEN. MONTE KLAFPER, ED M REE. NINTH ROW: RADIGAN, HARVEY C PATRICK SMITH, LEONARD SEMLER. WIL LI AM SCH AEF ER. PRESIDENT COURTNEY LASSALLE Pi Kappa lpha Proud of their man-power and spirit. the Pi Kappa Alphas boast oi their large pledge list. hope to "go places." Founded at the University of Virginia in 1868, the fraternity with Gamma Pi chapter, is yet youngest at Oregon. The nomadic Pi Kaps have finally iound a permanent home on Alder Street. hope to make it one oi the most beautiful on campus. '. 4 " N. ,. , f. A .H -. --.1-5 fr ,ds',.,-me f"v4wfn'1'.z'!!F?tfL 1 f Mstsqftg-w:,v,Q P 53v4iE?:e'.f"g.'g1.x ' , riwrv D- :fs ., 'A - . .V-gg 1 f M . 1 in ,,..10,. ,,.,,,,, -I . I I - ein, Q-'f'.,,:43j, , pzsP.5z.s -f -. ., 'V .- A , K 52232 Tfsemi ' , N. lid? my 1' gegfgigguxf 'f-fun., ' -' , . -" ' , 1 w Y 111Pf'7 ' "3"1gil'-37-1 .. ' J , A1155 -gaze , .ff W ,.. , Gr., XJ 1 i , 4,-A-seef5tf1,ef.: ' T - -7.1 .V iff-,., 9 1 L 4 ,.'-is el'-1-1-' ' ' Hbxy-Ig i it ,,f'Z. as 4 ' , .A n' A-:first-11,1 V- , HM. I, f -. . my , . V 1 - , .-,X .. , . W --. 2, -f,jE4Vn. M4111 if , L,. I , HZ r- O 0 l wi O Oo FIRST ROW. GRADUATES: BER- NARD KLIKS, JASON LEE: SEN- IOR: NNILLIANI JACKSON. SEC- ND ROW. JUNIORS: RICHARD BURT, CHARLES GREEN. CLYDE EXI ERTON. JOHN BIGGS. L NIAIZE. THIRD ROW. SOPHONIORES: EAR SH AW ROBERT CALDXN ELL, EDWARD BURTEN . RICHARD DAVIDSON. ROBERT DEIZ. ALAN HN FOURTH ROW FRESHNIEN1 AURE- KA . . LIAN CARRILHO. ROY TRASK. CARTER DUN- CAN. JOHN CHAMBERS. HAROLD HANSEN. LEIGH KELSEY CARTHY, WILLIAM MORRISON. GEORGE . FIFTH ROW: JOHN NIC- IEXNIT WALLACE LYTLE FOWLER WOOD. K . . SIXTH ROW: RALPH PETERS. WARD NICMAK- IN FRANK NIEDLIN. DONALD MORRISON. D SEVENTH ROW. RICHARD WARREN, CARL WANIBACH. JACK SILNIA. NE- 10 015 'Qt- PRESIDENT WILLIAM IACKSON V .qv---I , ,fl si ' rs-, ,As QL ff' '51 hem' P1035 Hall Sherry Ross Hall is the dormitory baby. started with as many accomplishments as a week-old baby has tailor-made suits. Last year the lowly ireshmen did all they could to put Sherry Ross on the map. Spring term saw several stooging for Bill Hayward. "Peer Gynt" had Ed Burtenshaw cast in the Ibsen production. Emerald readers this year know Charlie Green who puts the 'sheet to bed nightly aghead night Bill Igckson. who F 5 handled the gavelf, maintained ggyy 9 rder in V' s A . .. , , I l , I . the hall for the year. l 5' 11 - I 1, JI-L 5 1 ' N - , - l I 1 Lvl ' ti 1 'wi , 1,1 ,QV f' n ,ies -V , . ,W ,ll-V , t ,a A , , 1 qeifimf.--1,, mv.l5'5,-j5,, + I I ., ,A 3 H + ,, all N .- tfiii'-vg.,-get , Q , ' A I e H. X'-0 ", lf-.," . V Y' 15'-2" ' , , l C f. I . w 1. 7 v.,xUk I.,,l,',.. xl ir , , , rw? -agua?-V 9 ,pfs .QSM-:J-A-.1 1: zz. 'sa' ' -. Q, .- ,. J ' R dx 0 0 O O Ov Ogx-P O 1.1 Q...- O O oi If Of I , Wo QI-O O., FIRST ROW, SENIORS: RONALD HUSK, ARTHUR EBRIGHT, ED- WARD HEARN. SECOND ROW: EDWARD THOMAS. JAY LANG- 1' Q 0 0 ,v 1 STON, CHANDLER STEVENS. JACK LINDER, CLAUDE HOCK- LEY. THIRD ROW. JUNIORS1 PIERCE MALLORY, OWEN MIL- LER, JACK GIESY. AVERY CLON- IGER. ROBERT STEPHENSON, RALPH LAFFERTY. FOURTH ROW: JENS HANSEN, FRANK LUKOWSKY, GEORGE HEILIG, MAURICE CLARK. HAROLD SHEARER. EDWARD O'RIELLY. FIFTH ROW: CARL GRAVELLE, RICHARD LITFIN, CECIL WALA DEN,JAMES MOUNT.JACK LEVYQ WESLEY PETRIE. DEAN ELLIS. I Q 4 3, N3 Lvl. - 2. ,.,. 4 1 , I , 1 1 D O . Ao ' 'o ,, . O O -:I O 156 c I- SIXTH ROW. SOPHOMORES: WILLIAM REES. JOHN HAMAN,WARREN SMITH. ROBERT BEL- LONI, HARRY LOWE, WILLIAM CARDINAL, WILLIAMJELLICK, S COFFYN, JEROME DEMEERLEER, DOLPH JANES, JAMES MARNIE. ROBERT KEEN, ROB- N. ERT RIEDER. EIGHTH ROW:ROBERT JOHA SEN ELMER MALLORY ROBERT DAVIS, NE . . BRUCE MCINTOSH, FRANK MEEK. JAMES DAVEY. NINTH ROW, FRESHMEN:RAYMOND , ROBERT BECKNER, EV ENTH ROW 1 CH ARLES BERNARD M O I SEGALE. MACK HAND VALCULWELL. TENTH ROW: ALAN CHAFFEE, CCUDDEN. FRANCIS SHULTZ. tg -. 't Est . J- 7 PRESIDENT RONALD HUSK Sigma lpha Ep ilon Oregon's chapter of Sigma Alpha Epsi- lon is twenty years old. still going strong. Twenty-two BA. nine PE, six science. six law, five iournalism, three art. and six other assorted maiors tincluding several in footballl make local unit oi largest col- lege fraternity big melting pot. Private tennis court famed for quick conversion to dance hall in spring, ice rink in winter and neighboring coeds always using it. St. Bernard mascot has true SAE roving spirit. O 9 I 3 15 , . 9 fo fo -.ff O O O O O o 153 15' c FIRST ROW, SENXORSL ZOLLXE NIOLCHOK, WXLLI AM FRAGER ' SECOND ROW. JUNXORS: BOB HERZOG.GEORGE BODNERHBUR- TON BARR. THIRD ROW, SOPHOMORES1 BXLL SENDER5. TH JACKSHIMSHAYQWKLLIANK EHRMAN. FOUR EN EDGAR JACOBS. JERRY ROW. FRESHM 1 LAKEFKSYLDAN DANH5. ALECK C-OHEN, FKFTH ROW: ARNOLD NHLLSTEIN, MAURKCE GOLD' BERG. MAX HORENSTEXN, HYMAN HARRXS. SIXTH ROW: GXLBERT SCHNITZER. ALFRED LT7.Nl AN SEVENTH ROW: SHENKERJACK SA . JERRY NNLTON WEXNER. NHC NUDELM AN. SHANKJAMES DURKHEXMER. EIGHTH ROW: TEXN. DAVE SHARFF. MORRY 5 PRESIDENT WILLIAM FRAGER Sigma Ipha Top fraternity in scholastic honors last year distinguished Sigma Alpha Mu's tenth year on the campus. "Away from it all" on a hill behind the cemetery. Sig- ma Alpha Mu authors plan "How to Go Crazy" article inspired by nine meni- bers. sixteen pledges. Dabblers in law. pre-medics, and social sciences, yet BA is their forte, "Wee Willie" Prager their leader. Ex-King, of Hearts, big Dave Sil- ver is still around. , f xx, il 1 v v f X! 1, f I ' x, w 4 ,I v 4 x 1 X x I A- ,V O 'HQ x ,L xg, , X .,..., -. , . . .-, T : ,Q .xx J I A V hw-'gif LJ 4- H lm FIRST ROW, SENIORSz MEL ROONEY, FAYETTE THOMPSON, LOUIS COOK. GALE SMITH. EL- MER HANSON. SECOND ROW: SOB GRIDLEY, GEORGE HUMPH- REY, HOWARD APPLEGATE. GLENN BRIEDWELLBILLSCOTT, MORRIS ANDERSON, WALLACE KAAPCKE, GORDON LAWRY. THIRD ROW. JUNIORS: DICK GRADY, HAROLD JAHN, LES HARGER, BILL HANEN. BARNEY O'DONNELL. ED AVERILL,CLIFF XIOLSTORFF. FOURTI-IROW:BOB STIMSON, WARREN PARSONS, CHARLES MATHE, RAY BURLIN- GAME, DON PALMBLAD, VERDI SEDERSTROM. FIFTH ROW: PHIL WALLACE, DICK PETERS, ED WALLIS, HERBERT ANDER- SON, WINN BRADSHAW. SIXTHROW,SOPHOMORES:EARLEMAYNARD. JACK FLANNIGANJOHN CLELAND.CHARLES PHELPS. DUKE HANKINSON. BILL HAWKE. ART HANNIFIN. SEVENTH ROW: BOB HEN- DERSHOTT. DUSTIN JAMESON. RILEY HAN- SON. LARRY PUTNAM, PAT DOLAN. ED TAT- TERSALL, EIGHTH ROW. PRESHMEN: JIM BRADDOCK. LEONARD SURLES, ROBERT CLAY, RALPH FULLERTON, DAVE JAHN, NINTH ROW: NORMAN LEE.WILLIAM POTTER, LESTER THOMPSON, OLLIE MACKEY. TENTH ROW: CLAIR TERRY, ART XNIGGIN. PRESIDENT REX APPLEGATE igma Chl Home of Ioe Gordon, New York Yankee's second baseman, boasts a number of athletes on her roster: is iointly noted for its splendid program of social activities in the past year. Among top events was the selection ot the Sigma Chi Sweet- heart. the coveted and nationally known title falling to Pi Phi Betty Anderson. Their centrally located house. architectured in uniqtre English Gothic style, rightfully deserves title of a "typical Oregon tra- ternityf' Q , O O O ' Q fj O O U N i :AGO O 0 no calf, o O IJ U AL NN :JL 'il ,Q VI." ow Y fo L-fo , oo I O o ' O f"l O 5' L, C7 1-. ST ROW GRADUATE: RKCH- FXR . ARD MENGLER. SENXORS: EARL LAYMAN, JOE GREEN. SECOND ROW. .JUN!ORS: ALLXSON EDDY, RXCHARD GRAGG, WILBUR T ROBERT HANCOCK, EL- ' 1 o GRAN . BERT HAWKINS. DOUGLAS PARKER, JACK NEUSTADTER. THIRD ROW, SOPHOMOREE: GEORGE WAR- RELLNELLSWORTH KUHLMAN.M1LTON LEXIY, MASON MCLEAN. EDGAR SMITH. LAWRENCE RAY. FOURTH ROW. FRESHMEN: XIIRGXL LEBKE, PAUL MCCARTY. JAMES RAY. FKFTH ROW: HOWARD MOORE. WKLLXAM MURPHY, OW: JOHN RAF- ' o CHARLES ROWE. SXXTH R FETTO, WXLLX AM RXCKMAN. 2 Q 162 O 0 x O,O K Ct-HN PRESIDENT IOE GREEN ,ek j i ma Hall Last year the home of student body presi- dent Barney Hall, Sigma still remains conscious of campus activities. Lillipu- tian Levy, who answers to the name of Milt. keeps his nose peeled in seach of Emerald news. Charlie Kenyon has Dean Victor Morris busy answering econ questions. While Nick Nickerson makes. his presence known amongst coeds who like curlyshcrir. Wade Hanson trudges on. tri-daily walks up to the Tri-Delts. L v 2 A pi 'K fr L. X , CHF N N , f - I 1 1 , Q, P .' I . , , - . NJ. K..- ,I ' J 5 X S X IN ' ' ,YL ,N j,,- ff 11' T w 5. T ' .., , ' . ' 1, 4 . V f " 1 4 "j'uf"j: X , J. , L L .. 2,1 . L, J If J 4 -.-f a ' M VN. , Q 1."-G. ' 1 ' ,.a , J Q , vf' Q . g ,- f kj, A 1 U' f. , .U A . " -E I 1? , ' Iv' xr- ' ,G 1' ' , Mil Z" ' -' . ,jf 3 ,M ,:-,N g .x Y.-Lf. Q X 2 'I 11 V. . . X. X L f Y lx, H22-f ' . . , Q. ' f VI, N 'iffx . x,x,f'. '.,' r Y, V, f-L I -- Q. sf N. .' Ve, , Q J ' . RU ,Xu VN T W - Y X X X N x X 'Y,.. A A 4 '.. 1 yn '84, Lf , 3 1 A -L' v , , -' ' - .f 3 ' A . , , f f ' Jw, W' EJ 1 X A '-5-' ', 14. ' , MJ- LV 0, gr, J H yigfwf' Al f' ix -M2341 ff' 1 .1 - r A ,,,,4,.-,. V4 -. dp... Lu NX f I ' N xx 2 Q K - 1 .X .A Q I I ' gf r r ' 64 D ffyqrizf Q F '-Hwgzstfg.. .Q Q Af ' -4, 31:5 L, K ' ' " ' " 1 ' N A. ,1 1 .,,A,, ... f X 1 ,A X C H FTRST ROW. SENTORS: ROBERT ANET. KENNETH BATTLESON. CHARLES STEVENS. WKLLTAM FORNAS. THOMAS SHEA, RTCH- ARD WATSON. SECOND ROW: BKLL VAN DUSEN. EARL WAS- SER. GKLBERT WILEY, JACK COLEMAN. HENRY NILSEN, LOU HEALEY. JOHN DUNAN. WALLY JOHANSEN. THIRD ROW. JUN- TORS: J ACK B U SEY, STANLEY SHORT, JOHN DXCK, RUSSELL GUXSS. GILBERT HOGEN. BRUCE HAMMOND. FOURTH ROW: TED SARPOLA, DON MCCORMACK. JAMES SELDER. JOHN KOPFEN, DON KTRKF'ATRlCK,BOYD JOSSY. FIFTH ROW. SOPHOMORES: DAROLD WKND- SOR, CLXFTON SEXSMITH. GLEESON PAYNE. TOXVO PHPPO, ROBERT TOON, FLOYD KXRK- PATRXCK. SXXTH ROW: GORDON CARLSON. FRED EHLERS.ERNEST DETLEFSEN.CHARLES DELEELL, GRANT ALEXANDER. SEVENTH ROW. FRESHMEN: DON DANKELS, FRED 11EGLER.BRENHAM VAN DUSEN, JOHN WTLL. DTCK WHXTMAN, WTLSON PORTER. EXGHTH ROW: BKLL CARNEY, BXLL MORROW. ALVXN GRAY, HARRY KENAN. NXNTH ROW: GEORGE FULTON, DOC HENRY. JAMES CARNEY. PRESIDENT HENRY NILSEN ima Sigma Nu, currenily bivouacked in its red-bricked, white-columned, green-shub tered house on Eleventh, was mobilized in the old South's VMI, when "Yankee" was the "wust handle man could tote." Sigma Nuers invaded the Oregon back- woods in 1900 as first among the tong- men. Preseni commander is quarterback Nilsen. Heavy artillery captains are maple-iloormen Anet, Iohansen. Sarpola, vv N. f Q35-11-."'-X , N s t r at e g i st Watson, YSia!ggmen Rayne and Dick. ec1qa,gggigQb Knapp. Militarists all are Van DusenIBusey. Selders. l O C O 5 O . . 0 O x..-ff X! -Fr' L- o o!0 1' 0,11 O00 ' O on O I1 ' o I o K CH!!-I O O O ooo FIRST ROW. SENIORS: NELLO GIOVANINI, POWELL LOGGAN. JACK MITCHELL, JACK DAVID- JOHN SON. DICK RUSSELL, CAULLER. SECOND ROW, JUN- IORS: FRANCIS GRAY, JIM CAD- ENASSO, VICTOR REGINATO, E. SETH SMITH, GOR- MAX FRY DON CORIJM, JACK COSLEY. WILLIAMS. THIRD ROW, SOPHOMORES: DICK LEE RENNOLDE5. HUGH HOFFMAN. STEVE FOWLER,GEORGEANDREWS. FOURTH ROW: MARVIN HELON, MELVIN MCCOLLUM, EHLE REBER. RUDOLPH KALINA. FIFTH ROW, FRESHMEN: JOHN OLEARI. NORMAN NYS- WAITS FRED KONSCHAT. D TEEN, JACK . ON ' WILLIE HARRIS. CLICKARD. SIXTH ROW. BOB JACKSON, DOMINIC GIOVANINI. SEV ENTH ROW: NED LINDEN, BOB MATLOCK ARTHUR LOWTHER. PRESIDENT ALAN LONG Sigma Phi Ep ilon No distinct type are the Sig Eps. Athletes are numerous with eight varsity and many numeral men partaking in four sports. The Emerald is represented as are Skull and Dagger, Asklepiacls. The Oregana business manager and the out- standing iunior in Business Administra- tion School hang their hats at the Sig Epi house. Many three point students plus the social hounds and politicians do like- 1 Wise. The light-colored. modern home on the Mill 'Race is the Beta chapter of an eiqhtyLt1-ireelyear-old national. ,. r..i 1 ,gf 1,3 ,-QJQ .111 1. ,9 -JL J 1 . xxx LO . A -MV L . ,I If ,XR ' ' 1' 1',x,,.,,1f 1 1' A F 1 , 3 'V 1 1 f .ff C It 1V X 1-f 1 1 , I 1 pf 1 fx 1 1 1 A L, 1 I I LJJ IW: , , N, WV ' Q r 1' :- .1 11 f rv ' .F r I N., 1 1' ' , O . N1 , , Q,-1 I, 1,-1 A , . 1 . 3 I , , . . . 1 11 I ,J i i '-5-J .- ,- E if fl' f j Exif! W, : 1 f L 1 uf : 11 P1- LJ' I' r , ,X :J , H ji L11 1 . -A Q ! TJ, 0 1 1 1, , I ,EAI 1 ,1 -.11 .A 1 I '-Q1 ' E.. X10 if 'KX I wg' o I M 1 ,fc . .11 , -. A-.rm 0 .R EG .l A f, ,QL I ' I I I 1 .., I . ,s NJVIQ1 ,V ' IC- N , ,H ,- -. ,U ,' , I " I r X 4 L. Ji fwx ,A , 1 .- , , X, J':'E .V ' '- A I ' N' wt , S1 ., 1 ,fi I X 1 1 1 f' "1 1 1 1. 1 . WL-, E , uf.,-" gf ' -, ' X fxi ,, A, VM ,hx 1 .R ,X f L-' I?-. I 1 ' 1 C L x -.1 1 , 153 C1 'x' l tl' -e 1 ,, - -of fl 1 J'1zg"' FIRST ROW, SENIORS: WAYNE HARBERT, JAMES JARVI5, LE- LAND TERRY, ROBERT REUTER, WILLIAM ROBERTS, ROBERT WAGNER. IRVIN 1ELLES, JOHN BRYANT. SECOND ROW: PHIL ACHERMAN, BOB SEWARD. BOB BAILEY. HOMER COOLEY. PAUL CUSHING, DON HAMMETT, WAL- TER RUSH. ROBERT RECKEN, CECIL LAWS. THIRD ROW,JIJN- IORSz PAUL CHRISTENSON. WILLIS FRY. WILLIAM REYN- OLDS, PHILIP LOW RY. HUGH COLLINS. WALLACE MCKENZIE. WAYNE TOWNE. FOURTH ROW: GLEN SCHELLENBERGER, JOHN BILLER. MICHAEL DARIOTIS. PHIL BARRETT. JOHN DWYER, FRED PANKEY. FIFTH ROW, SOPHOMORES: HARRISON BERGTHOLDT. LEONARD CLARK. HARRY DAVIDSON, JOHN LOBACI4. SIXTH ROW: GEORGE ROLANDER, BOB ROGERS. GALEN MOREY, MERLE HANSCOM. SEVENTH ROW, FRESHMEN: BOB STAFFORD, NORMAN AN- GELL.BEN WOHLER, HAL HIJGGINS,JIM CUR- RY, HOWARD LORENCE, EIGHTH ROW: TED HARMON,JAMES HOUCK.BOB CHRISTENSON, JAMES MCBURNEY,BOB DEVERELL.WILLIAM AULD, NINTH ROW: WILLIAM WHITE, LAW- RENCE CELSI, THOMAS HOW ELL. JOHN BEAVER, ROBERT FOSTER. EUGENE MCGEE. TENTH ROW: GORDON TORREY. BOB ANDER- SON, THOMAS ROBB. DONALD WALKER. PRESIDENT LELAND TERRY Theta Chl Winner of both noise parade and sign contest during Homecoming, Theta Chi is one of the newer fraternities at Ore- gon. Its beautiful house, built in '29, shel- ters the Senior Class president, the yell king, Skull and Dagger president, varsity athletes, and committee chairmen. High in scholarship, Theta Chi has placed three men in Phi Beta Kappa during last three years. I . xg 12'-1 . Q 'sf tr, ef' I O O o L i 6 1 U O 11 !,1 U O FIRST ROW. SENIORS: GORDON LINK, HUBARD KUOKKA, JOHN LI VAAS SECOND ROW DAVID HUNTER XNILLIANI REGELE BILL WOODS ROBERT INGLE THIRD ROW. .IUNIORS REGIN ALD REE5. TED THONIPSEN DONALD NICAFEE, PAUL ED DIN WARD5. EHRNIAN NICFAD NIAXXN ELL MORRIS. TH ROW SOPHONIORESz J. W. REESE, N FOUR . WILLIAM WHEELER. LINDEN LEAVITT, DA FREEL, ROBERT BOYD. NIARNNIN BRUBAKER. MONROE SHELLEY. FIFTH ROW: RICHARD SHANNONQFRESHNIENAIERNON ROBIDEAIJX, SNELL,GRANT FRANKLIN HODSON. RICHARD ' ELNIER OLSON, FRANK BELL. SIXTH ROW , NICKINNEY. - - Q-. -- ., ,. gsm, 1 . tr' ' . ' L-he PRESIDENT I OHN LUVAAS Yeomen Oregon's social organization for inde- pendent men is dubbed Yeomen. Pre- sided over by Iohn Luvaas. its executive committee includes Don McAfee, Bob Boyd and Franklin Hodson. Regular par- ticipators in intra-mural sports, they are also conscious of the more glamorous lite, so annually, they sponsor Christmas Revels with Orides, independent wom- en's group. The queen's float for Iunior Weekend Canoe Fete is traditionally built by Yeomen. Independent Dad's Day luncheon this year was their product. O 0 UI 3 ' v 'Io U ST ROW SENIORS: JACK FIR . SHILEY, G EORGE ROBINSON. T. ELNIER NASI. KENNETH WHI NAK. SECOND ROW: RAY NIC- EN. KNIGHT. FORREST LANDE AIR HOFLICH PAT FRIIZELL. CL . RAY DALRYNIPLE, JULIAN BRY- ANT, JERRY TURNER. THIRD ROW, JUNIOR5: SHELBY GOLD- O EN, JIM GREENE. JOE ANIAT . MARINO INNOCENTI, DON RUTH- ERFORD. ARTHUR GRIFFITH. FOURTH ROW. SOPHONIORES:JAY ANIBROSE. NI BAILEY BURT DAKE. PHIL JONSRUD, JI . CHET KELLER. JACK POW ERS. BOB RUTH. INNELL. FIFTH ROW. FRESHNIEN: HARRY F PA GORDON LANDEEN, CALVIN CARLO A , KENT. SIXTH ROW: JOHN WILSON. CHUCK UTNANI KARLZININIERNIAN. SEVENTH ROW: F' . CLIFF SANDSTRONI. STUART WEBB. PRESIDENT PHILIP IONSRUD Zeta Hall "Outstanding hall in the men's dormi- tory"-ihat's the inscription on a cup adorning Zeta Ha11's mantle-piece. Also in Zeta's possession is a cup lauding it as tops scholastically in the dorm. Busi- ness administration maiors predominate with twenty-three of the thirty-nine mem- bers looking forward to commerce car- eers. Five are maiors in sociology, five fwfr - ... in two in physical education, 4.113'5!t gf A .. N and one in iournalism. Zetanclairnsywthe Iiest collection of swing records onftiiep campus. A T N JOHN YANTK5- NED GEE XNIAN CLARK, FUCHARD WA 50 Q LEY, HAROLD JAHN. ROBETT YOUNG, DEAN ELLIS, v W. KOCH, CHARLES PHtFP5, NHKE COO ROBERT W XNSLO KARL -V-f THEY t?iPtLPtNCht3 VMUGHS ANU NXEIXLS Botonced hndqets, weiohed diets motce iroternity tite o serious ottoir tor the men who motce up House Ntonoqers' Pt ciotion With Kort tloch in commond, most stohte ooins sso . ore mode in the reduction ot iood costs to iroternities by cooperotive hondtino . Where odvontoq es ore qreot enonqh, whote- th uordions ot Gr eetc how poot their resources , hut! 9 Q- sote ouontities. Sociot ond teqistotive pressures hronoht to heor upon individuot iroternities mov he most eiiectivettl met h this body. tt ottempts to distrihute weiqht ot worth- 'NI White protects over the entire ossociotion ettectivettf com- d t fessure oronps on individnot houses. RL KOCH Not whotty tost in hnsiness, the monooefs tl P R ES! D ENT K P- I Q onnnot honouet or picnzc. hottino demon s o p. ' f snotty retort ior SGYEVN ENG UKXXRNYNX LOWEFM MARY ALXGE HUTCHEN5. TAWNEY. LORRAXNE Gjcnmrle. CLP-ul HOFLXCH. FRANCXS NKCKERSON , PYHLXF JONSRUO. BACK ROW 1 PAULKNE BAKED, FREEMAN PP-TTCN FRANK EEXFER1' , JOE GREEN A., EN HND XNONNEN HOFi.xci-H T CLPJR PP-ESXDEN men and Wo women eiecied Ciair Yioiiicb piesideni nn Conncii. 'Ybese eiabi rnanaqe as ifnanxf s ict independent siudenis , deiez- oiicies oi 'iobn Siianb Carnpbeii Y iv e iex-dot izaiion iiiicai p Susan ibis oi ibe in carnpns iivinq orqan mine 'One sociai, aQnieiic and po Niernoriai bniidinq' s rnen, idendncics and baiis women. Ixciive sociaii-J, ibe nniis coniioiied by ar onp bave a nurnber oi aiiaiis pianned ior ibeyn by sociai cofnigniiiee. ifiaii execuiiv es nxeei weeiciq io soive pxobierns conironiina down qxoups bni ieave dances and annnai banquet in conzifniiiee bands. One CXOYYYXHOYYI dance a ieifn. nnxnerons desseri excbanaes, and Sine spxina ieryn ieed-iesi ate rnosi irnpoiiani ieainxes oi sociai caiendar. 175 w X PP- CTXON FLM CYXBXETM A5 Ckmexmoe pam' Koi Euq eve xoke- fixed? ms, above Xeix, css Xmeresked ko eeekuq xoq qxike, as Quan 'qoxmqex wk,-sxkoxe. Ixbove xxqkxk, XooQooXXei Xokugxxl eibq inode his in Q0-6 XQXX eurxhqkxk, We body' Xocked in SXQGKG pkxnkmq bis eweeweofk pin. PCL ,Coe 5'6'M CW 910945 W' F dooce, beXo-N Xeik, xoumxe XX Ko teroind Kiosk oi ' Yxxfooclxxo 'oox ace Oolx ekockfa Koi ' KQXX pkadqe ' 6. on 'Coe wo .BQXOYN uq Cm 0 wax ix Wiki DQXK 5 ie oxmme 'od 5 'mask-5 dko PAQYXO dukes ca XOXXOWXDQ moiox Y? ek? -5 saloon is Xi orxsieiie Koi oumfim e-Yxuike. 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J G QD Y E E Lo EAN 'MA R TAYLQIZMUNESSWASESETQIAL: Dug: KETC ' M ' L. - ' o o H ARY QRRAANN 15 A N,NG uM FULTOLINE ,:UMARl':N SOEJLILYJAEAN B NT E LE N Ro ' KA DR NE UG Y ' EE lsK' Do VE H MC TTY EL ROT A-r - ALEARRIESSIL1 MA:yY Bi: ' JAN - KA JA ' ET EC NE Go OL RES E. KY de dme UQ? dreknp KS. ' 'COe . . on fs.. 1 . 9 O o O OO 0 W4- 2 O D 1? O! OO in O 0 K hi- U Q, O .HA .Na Qu 1 O00 O O c O o O 0 C' O if " K A ...,,,,,,...xg mfr, , ,, Q '- -,mg , I ' 1 TM'.f.,'r 91 j'1 1 i 1 Il!.V,'3 4 I ILQQ' 'N fffrgil 1 - g 1' nr I -7- ..s,L,t.,,., ,AM Alpha Chl Omega ,ez , ' .f V ,' M' ,J , ' ', , A' , I 'f ,,, n rt , J I, '.'N PRESIDENT MARIE DRISKELL , 5 . U QQ , ,QL ' ' W ii v i j-.4 G Q "gm -.. Wi 2 e-- -4 ' --vw Y.. ,-,. ...-.. , V A 'ni Q vii r . lt ., s W ., r ,. W tl 'xl , ll I 2 X '-'1'-' t , ,ga t J lC0l- by "girls of the chapter, iounded in to uphold good grades, good dates, good eats for its members. Prominent in activities are Iunior Class officer Betty Cowan, rally committee member Alice Lyle, with Margaret Gold- smith and Helen Zabodsky as YW title holders. Dance-conscious Alpha Chi O's make their floors a swell spot for swing- sters. O Oo O O O o O YYY. . 'uf OG OO Q. o 0 0 o o I ' o O O O 0 0 o O O c O O O I -,254 func QQO O OO Oo 20000 O 0000 FIRST ROW, SENIORS: DOROTHY ROWLAND, MARG ARET BUR- NETT. FRANCES FIELDS. KATH- LEEN MCALEAR, MHUIRE BROWN, CHARLOTTE PLUMMER. SECOND ROW, JUNIORS: ETHEL LOFSTEDT. ANNE DEAN. IZETTA HEISLER, VIRGINIA JEPSEN. BETTY JANE VAN DELLEN, PEG- GY LOU SMITH. THIRD ROW. SOPHOMORES: LOUISE HODGE. EBE BREYMAN. HELENE PARSONS. HELEN HUTCHINSON, FOURTH ROW: MARY LOIS HARVEY, .IEAN CRITES. DOROTHY BURKE, PHOEBE DEAN. BEVERLY SUTTON, MILDRED HENDERSHOTT, MILDRED MORGAN, FIFTH ROW, FRESH- MEN: VIRGINIA WILLSON. MILDRED MC- SHOEMAKER, BARBARA MARION BROMLEY. PHO CARTHY, DORIS ANN CAMPBELL. PEGGY BELL HEINE. MAURINE MANN SIXTH ROW- LAURA BURNETT, HER . . DORIS TAYLOR, DORIS MUTZ. GENEVIEVE CROISSANT. BARBARA LEMON, FONTELLE W:LOISWELBORN, PATRICIA ERICKSON.1O ANNE SHOOK, JOAN MITCHELL. SEVENTH RO HUNT. EIGHTH ROW: HELEN GRAVES, VIR- GINIA SKILLING. EVA MARQUART. JANICE FINDTNER. NI BETTY ANN GUSTAVSON. NTH ROW: BETTEWORKMAN. 51? pha Delta Pi An arbor of luscious grapes. a spacious- dancing floor. and a new house lure pledges far down Sorority Row to Alpha Delta Pi. Dramatic Kay Mclllear appears in numerous cam pus productions. Char- lotte Plummer prexies Mu Phi Epsilon music honorary. while Anne Dean pilots. little groups of serious thinkers. Founded. in '53 at Wesleyan Female College, the: girls ol ADPi established themselves at Oregon in 1920. S- KC?-li f-'T OO Q O fl , I fi ' , O OOO O O O , W O -nl XX fa O 0 1 pha Gamma Delta PRESIDENT MARY ELEANOR BAILEY ,v - w,,.i,,. ,:.Tf-r I .1 .Ip , M, , -. -I, nn V - .,x., L ' '-11311 " -1' -'cfm--is fwu Wg? a5.:7'Hr,! Tp V Int- -il' .1 ' 'gilt 1- hjigf.: "a'5I5.- 3, W :pri-.., ',-.1 Q ,-,L Q , i!Ji:f-1 :li 1f't-at I , , 5.'LarutLf it 4 . ffvfl'-'L'3yHt-.ig-Lf-:f,.'Q ' f . " .,- 5 .git--M j ptr.'Qg.,5 - it ,fig 2 ' ,C '. 'La 2 'PLY , "7 13: ,T -T ,314 W A 5 I :..,.51:1l.:-"-f'f,i . 4. , i t Tv 1 6 A .f fi 'Ml "" 4 ,. V n A ' " ' ' 1- 3' ffl. .5-- .,4 ,'."A' -e .N Q d - .e- N ., . 1 5555? 19155315 EM A stately medieval tower gives the "Castle Queens"of Alpha Gam a French . provincial atmosphere in which to dwell. Three time Canoe Fete winner, "An Or- chid to Oregon" display gave them iirst in Homecoming sorority sign contest. Well represented in campus honoraries, appointive committees. iniinite variety features Alpha Gamma Delta members on the campus. An international fratern- al group, it has many Canadian chap- ters. f 0004 A I.: 3' ,M Y O 0 'Y--W, 3,54 7 -,-, f Af o --AM Q O .., 3 Q05 "'7"'+. O O -. W h O0 O O . 5 Q . p K N 0 0 f -SE. " . ru is 4' Q W, ' A jig O O W AN Q ' X , K .00 f Lugo O Ou f 2 O o 0 T S OO O H O O5 A, D O x 'n,",f 0 Q C A o -V O O O gif 'N 0 cf Llc O O o Eng!! D ' O , O .2 O U V cv O X! O O O O Oo O I O O .- O O '35, Y .ig RCN A G X Oo OO 0000 FXRST now. 5-ENxoRE-2 MARY GRACE KINGSLEY. HARRXET SARAZIN, Run-x KETCHUNI. SECOND aowz MARXON DEKON- TNG, PEGGY JANE PEEEEER. NINA SCHMOR, ELXEABETH ANN JONES. -rx-nan Row, Jumoasz VERNA WXLSON. MARY WRKGHT. PEGGY YADEN, MARGARET Roe- EINS, JEAN KENDALL. FOURTH ROW. SOFHOMORES: HAZEL JEF- FRYES, JEANETTE HARBERT, VXRGINIA MIL- LER, DONNA KETCHUM, JEAN BOC-GS, CHAR- LOTTE STRICKLER. FIFTH ROW, FRESHMEN: CHARLOTTE JOHNSON. BETTY JEAN MET- CALF. OTILLIA HOFSTETTER. SIXTH ROW1 DOROTHY BURGER, GERALDINE WALKER. lpha Umicmn Pi PRESIDENT RUTH KETCHUM lust three blocks from the libe stands the friendly. Colonial home oi the Alpha O's founded at Barnard College in l8fP7. Proud of their active girls, they highlight Ieannie Boggs and Donna Ketchum shagging to the rhythm of Neva Barber's harp: lean Kendall, campus do-nut sale chairman. balancing a "Y" do-nut in- stead oi her usual artist's palette: Mortar Board's Peggy Iane Peebler and Ruth Ketchum banging shuttlecocks in the backyard court. LO oo 0 Oo o O9 ,XX OO S-4 O 0 Oo if L1 S I NJ 4 o O o O 4. 5 . 1,I.,, !"- , I, , if-v .,,-s. fw, FIRST Row, samoasg MARION- BETHWOLFENDEN,DORI5READ. BARBARA Hzwm-aRsoN. momma cuNNxNc-HAw.mARv ELIZABETH Noaveu.. szconn now. nm. IORS: RONIA THEOBALD. RITA wmcsm. LILLIAN econ. Ham.- EN PEARSON. KATHERINE mua- DOCK. PATRICIA CARSON, LILY- ANN BEATCH. THIRD ROW. SOFHONIORES: JOANNE VAN CLEVE, ROBERTA BECK. SUZANNE CUNNING- HAM, DOROTHY FAIRHURST, JANET GORE- SKY. ELLOIJISE GUNN, SHIRLEY SHEAN. FOURTH ROW: JANE SHEPHARD. HELEN HOWELL, HELEN HOWARD. BETTY KELLER. MARJORIE NICLEAN, SUE PEIL.JEAN ANDERS. FIFTH ROW, FRESHNIEN: NANCY KNICKER- BOCKER, DOROTHY KELLAHER, NANCY HAY. JEAN FRINK. PATRICIA LARKIN. SIXTH ROW: ANN BROWN, NIAJORIE GREPE, BAR- BARA READ, JUNE NANIIT1. SEVENTH ROW: ELEANOR SEDERSTRONI, CONSTANCE WAL- BRIDGE. Country club of the Millrace is cement- terraced. awning-striped Alpha Phi house. Its swimmers have stroked home the intra-mural swimming cup for three years. Marionbeth Wolfendon copped the Gerlinqer cup and "M.E." Norvell led the heads of houses, together became Mortar Board members. Vice-president Rita Wright of Iunior Class and co-chair- man Mariorie McLean of Soph Informal, add zest to chapter chartered in 1915. 1 1 Q, L . 2 O fx J O ES O K 00 ,ffxxx X. I fog xx x l x 0 . 0 C X QM - H 0 Qkx Q 0 U O o 0 Y! Qu ' 'x GLC O o O C' o , O 1 0 .0 O 0 10 ff , 0 a 0 O X o xgX N 1 N xx aww xl! LJ Q K Sorority, Rowfs number one address. Alpha Xi Delta.. debutted at Oregon in '22,'twenty-nine years following the founding at Lombard, later Knox College, in Illinois. Traditional devotion to activity upheld by the rifle team's top shot Lillian England, who designed The Oregana's cover: Barbara Stallcup. Kwama and Emerald contributor: Ieannine Withers, sweetheart of swing and Sophomore YWCA commissioner. 0 OOO- A O ,Xi A ,i YK OO CI K OR , O - 0 M, 0 U C 9 0 O ' N. V . O0 j' 1 6 O 4 0 o o 0 EO?" 0 O ox 0 , 1 O 4 f 0 .0 r LO, O ' 0 V , cs o nl H ' O O ' S E O 0 0 O KF b o - 0 O30 if O .5 Q E x FCM FIRST ROW, SENIORS: VIRGIN- IA REGAN, BEVERLY YOUNG. MARJORIE MCCALLOUGH, MAR- GARET PATERSON,LOUISE ROB- ISON. SECOND ROW: DOROTHY HUTCHENS,WINOGENEPALMER. ELLEN HURST, KATHERINE CAN- NON. MARY RICHESON, LOIS HOGAN, JEAN RAMSDEN, DORIS ROBISON, THIRD ROW. .JUN- IORS: ELIZABETH ADAMS, DOR- OTHY ASH,JEAN FOSTER,FLOR- ENCE SANDERS, LESLIE JEWITT. BETTY LOU KURTZ. FOURTH ROW: MARGARET FINNEGAN, CHARLOTTE STYLES, PRISCILLA WOLD, CATHERINE TAYLOR. LUCILE DIXON. FIFTH ROW, SOPHOMORES: DELLA ROOT. ELIZABETH KANE, FRANCES BAILY, BETTY HAMILTON. LUCILE ENGLISH. ANN ELIZA- BETH BUCHANAN. SIXTH ROW: JOAN JEN- NESS, RUTH HIGGINBOTHAM, MARY GATE- WOOD, PAT MCCARTHY. KATHLEEN GROSS- MAN. ELIZABETH SHEPARD. SEVENTH ROW, FRESHMEN:KINA ROSS,STELLAJEAN INGLE. VIRGINIA HURST, PAULINE SHAW. MARIAN WIRRICK, PATRICIA SALISBURY. EIGHTH ROW: ELIZABETH MURRAY. ROBIN NELSON. ELAINE GORDON, MARJORIE THEDA, MAR- JORIE MONTGOMERY. NORMA ROSE EVANS. NINTH ROW: .IEAN MILLS. MARGUERITE SNOW, MARGARET AYERS. .JEAN HURLEY. LOIS NOBLE. TENTH ROW: RUTHELLEN MERCHANT. BETTY ERIGHAM, ARVILLA BATES, CHARLOTTE HILL, DOROTHY WELLS. ELEVENTH ROW: MARJORIE MOORE, LURAL ROBISON. JEAN PERSON. PRESIDENT KATHERINE CANNON Oregon's chapter ot Chi O mega was established April 9, 1909-twenty-second offspring of the Sororit y's ninety-two chapters. Since its founding Chi Omega has taken an active part in campus affairs. Today it is represented in Kwa- ma, Phi Theta Upsilon. Phi Beta, Theta Sig. Gamma Alpha Chi, and YWCA. Also has Virginia Regan as Iunior Week- end queen and Iean Palmer on the ASUO council. Chi O m e g a national sponsors the achievement award for out- standing American women. 15.0. 1 Q fy' " A' 'jg , - 1 ,,,-1: - .30 ff- .. ,wg.:1g: gf 1 - - 'fa x A .LQ .. H Cx X Lnfivjf M ..,,.h J: ,1 -A .3 Q Q0 A S--5 0 nk 41' Y---A O 0 6 ' S-5 '70 ff 1 X , Q LX 1 1. ,ff-X " 1' X fy 1 1 vii, P' f ,X A ,f F3 ,fx 1 .. -1 jj f -M511, J f E 1 ' 11 If -xx X 1- fx ,L 1 I M91 " I K, gx ! x, 1 1, C' V -1571 I E 'S Xt 1 1" , f. ix' "-. 1" 1 - + -1 1 Q f 1 .f-.S f I1 ' 'ff' '--,L bdru , 1-1' ,K , .-.Sy - '- I ,f fy' A . ' 1 1 X 1 K .-f g Q-.,V "CT ' , ff! 1 1' . 1' KJ ..,,f 1 I. 1, 1 x . ,V Q 1 -1 . 1, X K 1 cu I.-ff' '- 1. , 11- -X .4 X LMS l 1-L KJ .SRO XS-, ,51 Fw 1 VN I ' w 1 1 I' I . 1 X X 1 7 an I 1- ?- 1 11 , ,1 --.1 1 1' 11 J. 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MIRIAM HALE, ALICE MUELLER. PHYLLIS MUNRO. VIVENNE FRASER. MILDRED REET1, WREATHA JOHNSON. BLANCHE BROWNE. FOURTH ROW: ANNA MAE HALVERSON.LORENE MAR- GUTH. HOPE DONDERO. HARRI- ET WHALLEY. BETTIE WILSON. RAE SPRAGUE. FIFTH ROW. SOPHOMORES: ELAINE NELSON. EVALYN KIRCHOFER. JEAN CRAIJIER. DORIS WULIEN, MAXINE REETZ. ADELAIDE 1WEI- FEL. BETTY HOLE. DORIS BERG. MARGARET ALLEN. SIXTH ROW: MILDRED SNYDER. AIDA BRUN. KAY DE LAPP. JUNE ENGLAND. PATSY ABEEL. ELIZABETH AMES. BETTIE JANE QUIGLEY, JANE DACHTELBERG. ISA- BELLE SCHMIERER. SEVENTH ROWz FRAN CES MORRISON. FLORENCE SWANGO. MARIAL PATTERSON. FLORA MILLER. SARAH ATKINSON. NANETTE SCHMUKI, MARGARET POLLARD. JUNE GRIFFIN. EIGHTH ROW. FRESHMEN: DOROTHY RETZLAFF, BETTY RUSSELL. ELIZABETH GREGG. SHIRLEY MC- CARTER, DORIS BOYD. FLORENCE WALTA. LOIS GINTHER. NINTH ROW: .IEAN ADAMS. SHIRLEY MUNRO. MAXIIS COPE. BARBARA PUTNAM,MARIE BOJE,VIRGINIA ANDERSON. MARGURITE SAPPINGTON. TENTH ROW: JUNE TELFORD. NISMA BANTA. EILEEN DON- ALDSON. MAXINE WYSE. ADELINE HANSON BONNIE MANGUM, RUTH SHEPHERD. ELEV- ENTH ROW :GEORGIANNA DAVIS. MARGARET TAYLOR. ELISABETH HYNSON. PHYLLIS MONSON. RHODA FULTON. MARTHA BOENT- GEN.JEAN BANNIN6. TWELFTH ROW1 MARY PECK. MARION RONES. BET1 CHAMBERS. FLORENCE GRIJBB. 0-ed Cooperati Q PRESIDENTS BLANCHE BROWNE. ANNA MAE HALVERSON, BETTY BROWN Co-ed Cooperative sprang up in the spring of '36 with fifteen girls under one root. Today there are ninety-live mem- bers undex' three roofs. Each graduation has yielded at least one Phi Bete. The rest of the girls are human. Cooperation has been reduced to a fine art. Students peculiarly adapted to cracking books annually win the campus scholarship cup. yet its athletic lassies firmly grip a goodly share of WAA awards. 3 X O on Q O O X O 'o U OAG sf' ,f I 0 ooo O .OO ooo . Q . O o Sf Oo o O 0 Ooooo ,j 5 0 O C O gf O D ,X N ' UU' .f OO Oo FIRST ROW. SENIORS. MALUTA READ. ANNE BARTON, BETTY HOSSACK, ORA MAY HOLDMAN. SECOND ROW:HELENGORRELI-, PEGGY LEE REAVIS. KAY STAP- LES. HAZEL SMITH. DARLENE BERRY, BILLIE SAVAGE. THIRD ROW, ..IUNIOR5z CAROLYN DUD- LEY,MARJORIEHAS-TINGS,RUTH HARDY , BERNIEXIADNAIS. ALICE COGGINS, JEAN MERRILL. FOURTH ROW: JUNIA PLUMB, MAROLYN DUDLEY, LEXIELLE WALSTROM. MARIAN TURNER. FIFTH ROW. SOPHOMORES: BARBARA BALDINGER, MAXINE KRAMER, GEORGIA DALE, BETTE NORWOOD, LAURITA CHRIS- TOFFERSON, LORENE BAILEY. SIXTH ROW: CATHERINE CRANE. AURELIA WOLCOTT, RUTH STARRETT, HELEN OLINGER, ARLEEN THURMOND. SEVENTH ROW, FRESHMEN: HELEN MERRILL, BETTY MATHISON, BETTY JEANNE DE ARMOND, BETTIE HOBBS, CHAR- LOTTE SMITH. EIGHTH ROW z HELEN ANGELL. BONNIE MILLER, MADALYN HENNINGER, CHARLOTTE HOWARD. EMILY MCGINNIS. NINTH ROW: MARGARET GIRVIN, EDNA MAY THOMAS, JOYCE CRAWFORD. Delta Delta Delta l l Q -5 ll. it Sisters of the stars and crescent get their daily dozen by early morning walks to the campus from their "Tri Delt farm" way out on University Street. "Kwama Cutie" Betty Norwood. Olympic swim- mer Barbara Baldinger, debating queen Levelle Walstrom, Frosh Class secretary Betty Ieanne De Armand, and Helen Angell, titian-haired Emerald news shark, lead the "farmerette parade." Twenty- eight years on the campus, fifty years as a national, Theta Delta chapter was fourth sorority organized at Oregon. 0 O13 O ,-1 O si WOOD OE 0 Q. 0 O o 0 O , O .OIG 0 O 0 4: O 35 Oo ox O X, .0 Oo oo Oooa 5,-. 'VZ QS! o X. Q O OOUQ FIRST ROW, SENIORS: JEAN TAYLOR,BLANCHE MCCLELLAN. BARBARA KEEP, MAUDE ED- MUNDS. SECOND ROW: LUCY DOWNING, KAE COLEMANJEAN HOLMES. REGINA GRONIER. THIRD ROW. JUNIORS: WILLA MCINTOSH. GENENIIEVE TREAD- GOLD, MARY FAILING, RUTH ROSE RICHARDSON. KATHLEEN JESSE. HELEN GILLAM. FOURTH ROW. SOPHOMORES: PRISCILLA WALSH. HARRIET SCOTT. ANN STENIENSON. MARCIA WRIGHT, BARB FIFTH ROW: JEANNE NASSER, AUDREY ATCHISON, CAROI-YN MEYERS, MARION - BAR- JESSE. MAJEAN GLOVER. SIXTH ROW. A WARD VERAJEAN KOLSTAD, AMIE BAR , THYNG. BETTY SEELY. SEVENTH ROW. ESHMEN MARJORIE MADDRON, EILEEN FR 1 WILLIAMS. DOROTHY HORNER. BARBARA OW: BARLOW.RAMONA ROBERTS. EIGHTH R MARION BARRETT. ALICE GIUSTINA. MARY KAY RIORDAN, ROSEMARY KEEP, ANNETTE EY NINTH ROW- GERTRUDE ANDER- ANSI. . . SON. MARJORIE KERNAN, MAXINE HANSEN. TENTH ROW: BARBARA BARRETT, PATRICIA ARA CAMPBELL. HOLDER. Delta Gantma Dead ringer for Iohnson Hall is the state- ly Delta Gamma house on Alder. Fifteen years in what is now the Fiii house and eleven years in its present location mark the progress oi Alpha Delta chapter. DG claims Iean Holmes. senior class secre- tary: Blanche McClellan. a Iunior Week- end princess: Kae Coleman. campus social chairman: Mary Failing, Phi Theta Upsilon and secretary of YWCA: Gene- vieve Treadgold, Phi Theta: Ann Steven- son, rally committee secretary: and Ma- ieanne Glover, Kwama. 1, 1 W I X xv I I I , ,-xx! I, A X. '1 . '-,xp ,VAX X . XL 1 D. I r y J O ,- ' ' ,Lf :f IMI N. ' . O 'I I V I I I 1 -,, 1 . 1 I Ilsgwf CU .xxx ,. I . 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THIRD ROW: MARIBETH WILSON, HELEN HURST, SALLY MCGREW, .I AN ET D I LLEHUNT, MIGNON PHIPPS, ALICE SWIFT, JEAN FARRENS. FOURTH ROW. SOPHOMORES: MARGARET XIOORHEES, ELEANOR SWIFT, JIMA LYNCH. IVIRGINIA HAMMOND. PATRICIA HAMLEY. ELIZEETH BUCKALEU, ETHEL RHONALT. MARY DARLING, .IANET MANN. FIFTH ROW: ELEANOR FORREST. GERRY TRIPP, MARI- ANNE WESTON. JEANNE POLLARD. JEAN MILLER. JEAN KNEASS, FRANCES ROTH, PAULINE SCHLESSOR. SIXTH ROW, FRESH- MENLJANEZ HATHAWAY. JEAN BURT. MAY RAWLINSON. PEGGY SEABROOI4. MARGORIE ROEHM. BETTY JEAN FOULKE, SEVENTH ROW: JEANNE DENEFFE. ALICE LUCAS. DOR- OTHY HAUGSTEN, PATRICIA MCKEAN, DOR- OTHY HECK, EIGHTH ROW: MARGE HOS- FELDT. SALLY MURROW. ALICE FREEMAN. BETTY PETTERSON. ELNA JOHNSON. amma Phi Beta Gamma Phi Beta was founded Armistice Day, 1874 Ulrmistice Day wasn't founded thenl. Its home is Syracuse University. Nu chapter is addressed as 1021 Hilyard, a swank setting for one's summer home. Spring term finds aqua-duck GPB's loll- ing on lawn with feet astern in Millrace. Such likeables as scholarly-wise Anne Frederiksen and YW worker Bettylou. Swart frequent this place of pulchritude and peripatetic people who walk far to lounge in library. ,f fra.- If... 0 O Q .J Q O 4 O ffkv . hw , l rr' ,ALI O PM -'ix 3 oo O X O . ,fi 'V.,- - f ' " 0 O 2 If 'V O ', 4 ig .O O O OM' j 0 was O i- O O A , f '-ASA' o ' - - Q -Oo 4 0 O ss-I ah 1 V- ,I O .gp g O " - fl 0 Q 2- - o ' . DOO O o f Q 2 D . Q3 O GO I ' , O O L W O ' 'V J-, ' o ' A 0 OI- .sf O O ? o o -of . . L O 1 ' . ,-,iiipo oo 0 V 'oo if Q --K - oov CS, O o J' O O O Q O 1 x N V 9, I, f O 1 A: I I ...Qi ' .,- Q 1522" 1 ,,' o IM.. Jof. O 'i?f:io ' ST -3,53 O 'Eff . Cv E511 0 'fii . O 0 53, - . 'rx - x v' ,Y , o .it 0 0 -3. fb- J fjr-zu a W O ,'n!2f"" Qi' Off? , O I. o 1, O 4' 7 in, 'fs , o fr X" D ig, 8 .f . : ' - C il O 0 O Q. 0 . O UO 2, O O - -" , c 0 o , Y. CJ 0 . o Q' D Cf , ' 2 rf 1 XX 1:1 O x X., I"2- O :Nj 6 1 , V, O -fgigj Q ,qw To , , NX.- : E. KC IIN O FIRST ROW. GRADUATES: DOR- OTHY GUTHRIE. HELEN WOLFE, MARJORIE EARLL: SENIORS: BERNADINE BOWMAN, CLAUDIA SENJIER, REVA HORSLEY. SEC- OND ROWAIIRGINIA HASTINGS, RUTH TAWNEY, RUTH FITCH, DOROTHY CLARK. DOROTHY COOK. MARION COX, ESTHER MCKEOWN, JACKIE WONG. THIRD ROW. JUNIORS:PAULINE BAIRD. MARGARET KNOX. GEN- EVRASELANDER.SHIRLEY1ION, VIRGINIA KEMPSTON, JEAN SPENCE. JANE MONTGOMERY. FOURTH ROW: NANCY NATTER- LUND, BETTY WETHEY, ELLA KENNELL, LAURA HALL, MIG- NON PHIPPS, MURIEL BABLER. FIFTH ROW. SOPHOMORES: JUNE BENNETT, BERTHA WODAEGE, SADIE MITCHELL. MAR- GARET HARPER. ISABELLA LEE HONG, PAT TAYLOR, MARY GRAHAM. SIXTH ROW: MAR- GARET FARIS. DOROTHY DOLAN. HELEN MITCHELL, ELAINE HONG, EILEEN WASH- BURNE, MARTHA WODAEGE, BERNEESE EYERLY. SEVENTH ROW: BETTY STEELE, JOAN MIDDLETON. PATRICIA KELLIS, KATH- ERINE CARSON, AMEY WILSON, MILDRED ROSS. MARGARET GRAHAM. EIGHTH ROW, FRESHMEN: MARCINE BABLER, ELEANOR STEELE. DORIS NEELEY, ALICE EUSTICE, BARBARA BAMFORD, ELI7.ABETH STEED. ALICE FRIZZELL. NINTH ROW: .IEANNETTE LEWIS. MARGARET BETTS. WINI GREEN. ELEANOR TEETERS. MARY BATES. THELMA CARTER, BETTY JANE MEATS. TENTH ROW: LORRAINE ST. LOUIS, ARLENE MORTON. ADELE SMITH.DONNA HANTON. SADIE JACK- SON, BARBARA WILLIAMS, JUNE CAMPBELL. ELEVENTH ROW: ANNE GILDISHEIM. ISABEL JOHANSON. INA BRENNER, DOROTHY WHEELER. LORENE HOPKINS. JUANITA HALEY. TWELFTH ROW: MARIE WEATHER- LY, SYLVIA LEBENZON. MARIE GOUX, MAR- GARET SPLIID, ULDENE GRAHAM. ETHEL DIXON. THIRTEENTH ROW: BETTY JEAN FRANK. BARBARA TODD. BETTY JANE KNOX. CAROL COOK. VIRGINIA STACEY, NANCY GARDNER. FOURTEENTH ROW: FLORENCE SPIES, BETTY PRATT. KATHLEEN KIDD. endricks Hall Bull sessions a la paiama run up Hend- ticks' light bill, open about theirrapple-A polishing. The Pioneer Mother's neigh- bor children give faculty dinners, wait for grades to shoot up. Personality proud. Mother Miller's girls boast of Mortar Board member Ruth Tawney, fiddler fan- atic and fancy Audrey Aasen, Master Dance leader Claudia Sevier, and Em- erald's fiery columnist. Bemadine Bow- man. O 0 O fm, New OOQO 4-- O -ix A gf OO O Q O ll x Oo Nr O L O 0. O 43 o 0 0 0 DOG 3 O 4 0 L9 Q 0 0 o I O ,Oi 0 O Q C ,. X EJ FIRST ROW. JUNIOR: HELEN DODDS. SOPH- ONIORES: MARCIA JUDKINS. BARBARA IRE- LAND. MURIEL BECKMAN. SECOND ROW: ANNABEL PAYNE. HELEN SUTHERLAND, CAROL BIRD, ZOLA BOYD. BETTY LEWIS, ILA PUTNAM. THIRD ROW. FRESHMEN: HOPE HUGHES. RUBY OLDHAM. LORENA CASTANI AN. FRANKIE KING, BETTY JO FONNLER FOURTH ROW: BLANCHE THOMPSON. MARIE FARR. ERROS PENLAND, ERMINE STUART FIFTH ROWz LOIS NEILSEN. DOROTHY HOW ARD. SIXTH ROW: MARTHA LAMPA, REBEC CA ANDERSON. 0 The Orides. organization tor indepen- dent women slips into overdrive each season with activities galore: presided over by Muriel Beckman. Every other Friday is social night. with a winter term formal and spring picnic as popular features. Members of the WHA. they sponsor teams for all intramural sports. Meeting in Gerlinger Hall. often with Yeomen for escorts. the independents have picked Gerlinger's hostess. Mrs. Edith Seifert. and Miss Ianet Smith as their houseless housemothers. .1 O O OOQOO gkxir V, X O fx OO Q Sl Q 7 Oo X uS1'7, O S I I M, o 0 1 O C Oo 0 O 0 . DO J.. I I O C1 j 0 003220 II P -,Ea -. D .O. If Oo. O 0 O O FIRST ROW SENIORS MARY FULTON NANCY ANN HILTON DOROTHY GOOD BETTY GRAW FORD ELIZABETH ONTHANK SECOND ROW PHYLLIS GARD NER ROSEMARY GENESTE PRUDENCE PRICE LAURIE SAW YER ELI1ABETI'I STETSON DOR OTHY MAGNUSON THIRD ROW JUNIORS:ESTHERHORSTKOTTE CAY COLLINS. HELEN BRUG MAN. LOUISE GOOD. PATSY TAYLOR. 0 O FOURTH ROW. SOPHOMORES:NANCY COO?- ER. MARY BOOTH, BARBARA FULTON, LOIS ONTHANK. JERRY EASTHAM. JEAN BROUGH- TON. FIFTH ROW: PAT WETHERED. MAR- GARET ADDLESICH. MARGE ELLEN TITUS. JEAN GRONIES, JANET FOSTER. .JOAN HOKE. SIXTH ROW. FRESHMEN: VIRGINIA SWEAR- INGEN, BARBARA MACLAREN. HELEN CHEST- NUT, RUTH DODD. RUTH CLARK. MARY ANN HOLT. SEVENTH ROW: ANGIE ADLESICH. EADITH HEATH. JANET MORRIS. KAY PIERCE. PEGGY SMITH, MARIE FOLEY. EIGHTH ROW: BETTE BROOKSHIER. PHYLLIS SANDERS. JERRY KELLER. MARY STORKERSON, NINTH ROW1 MARY SWEET. FLORENCE GORDON, MARIAN MARKS. TENTH ROW: MARGARET YOUNG, VIRGINIA TOOZE. anna lpha Theta PRESIDENT BETTY CRAWFORD I-NE. M0 l - X N! ,SWK iQi'f2If'r 'SL Name: Pink Palace. Place: two minutes irom the Side. Founded in 1870. Theta settled in Eugene in 1909. In the past year it has produced two Senior Sixes. Laurie Sawyer and Elizabeth Stetson. plus Pan Hellenic president Patsy Taylor and "Stet." president of AWS. But Theta is more notorious ior its twenty-one gig- gling pledges and Louise Good who sings "Stardust" in her sleep. O ff I T? O Oo Q 0 oo fhfkizxul lf - Q V I .mv-vvxwm I O ,.,. I 30006 I-7-Fwiiygp O ' 'I ' ff li O o Q 0 0 ,.' 1 A .. 1' ,.- 0 0 f' O . I jg 0 O IFR V-Al , " ' ' O . ' 0 'dit 5, O Q :V Cv so O ', Ou 2 'I O0 Q o I LQ I O Q I XL O .' F' I o N 1 I O O OI N! 0 O OX 0x5 O o O C 0 I - f O 'vb 'oo .. V oo .I V 5' ' I .7 . O vor: 'N O 1 O I A, .f. X Q l O O I 0 . D . ' 0 Q O .go . L0 O if ..' O o x O .5 O . O o O FIRST ROW. SENIORS: ELEANOR ANDERSON. MOLLY BOB SMALL, DOROTHY JOHNSON. JUNE BROWN. SECOND ROW: PHYL- LISJANE ELDER, ELEANOR HAYS. KATHRYN BOSSINGER, JEANNE SHERRARD, MARCIA STEINHAUSER. RUTH MARY SCOXIEL. MARJORIE BATES. THIRD ROW. JUNIORS: JOLIENE WOODRUFF, MARY JANE SHAW. JEANNE WAGY. DORIS BLAIR ANNE MCCREA. FOURTH ROW: FRANCIS ANNE WILLIAMS. JEANNETTE HAFNER, JANE DOUD. DOROTHY BATES. MARY THATCHER. FIFTH ROW. SOPHOMORES1 ANNE WAHA. MARGUERITE PETTIT. MARC-ERY CHURCHILL. ANNE DUDEN. MARIANNA VAN LOBEN SELS. SIXTH ROW: GENEXIIEXIE CASEY. BARBARA MILLER, JEAN THATCHER. HELEN TAYLOR. SEVENTH ROW. FRESHMEN: ANNE BOSSIN- GER, BETTE MORFITT. MARJORY CLEAR. LOUISE MOORE. SHIRLEY GIBSON. EIGHTI-I ROW: JUNE PATTERSON. KATHERINE BAB- COCK. PATRICIA FULLER, PATRICIA SHEA. RACHAEL GRIFFITHS, NZNTH ROW: JANE HOCHULI. ELLENORE KENT. ELEANOR NEL- SON, BARBARA NEU. TENTH ROW: BETTY PLANI4INTON.RUTH HALL.PATRICIAPARKER. appa Happen Gamma PRESIDENT MARIORIE BATES Conveniently near the campus, a white house trimmed with apple-green shutters describes home for a group of active. enterprising Kappas. Inspired by a friendly, cooperative feeling, Kappa was founded in 1870. Today it has seventy- three chapters in United States and Canada. Typical of a Kappa is her pen- chant for participation in campus activi- ties: scholastic. athletic. and social. So it is, that Kappas enioy a hctppYf vigorous. and profitable college life. I C, . DJO4, 0 Q o o A O O OBO 3. 0 c O ka AQ , Q O 0 O 1 C-in-jf rf--. O O Q O no'-1 M if O I' rt-X i +A C7 O G O O L1 O N 0 o OX A IQ o 0 C U o O O 0 OO x- ' ooo O ' o ' o O Oo OO x,,.f FIRST ROW, SENXORS: BETTY XNAGNERJACQUELKNEMCCORD, NANCY HUNT. SUZANNE BAREN- DRKCK.BETTY RXESCH, SECOND ROW. JUNIORS: MARY JANE WORMSER. ANNE ERNST. MARA GARET WILLTAMS. JANE WES- TON.PHYLLlSATWATER.MlRlAM CASWELL, PATRTCKA MURRAY. HOMORES: ELEANOR COL- THTRD ROW. SOP LTER. GRACE XRNHN. JOANNE RXESCH, WINT- FRED WXLHELM. BARBARA MCGEE, BARBARA PTERCE, JEAN MCCALLUM. FOURTH ROW: PATRTCIA VANDENEYNDE. RUTH HTNGLEY. BETTY JANE MOORE, KATHLEEN DILLARD, JANET STXNSON. BETTY BURNS. PATRXCTA ROBKNSON. FIFTH ROW, FRESHMEN: MAR- GARET DEBOLT. VXRGTNXA CROSS. MARY YEAGER, CATHERTNE ZTMMERMAN, GRACE SCHAEFER. SIXTHROWAMTRXTTER.MARTHA MCCLUNG, JOSEPHXNE BULLXS. RUTH STOD- DARD. JUNE TYLER. SEVENTH ROW1 BAR- BARA MKNAHAN, CATHERINE CONROY. BET- TY ANDERSON. EKGHTH ROW: TSOLDE ETCHf ENLAUB. JUNE JUSTTCE. Pi Beta Phi Pi Beta Phi was organized on the Oregon campus in 1915. At the present time there are forty-two girls living in the red brick, Georgian Colonial house. Its fifteen pledges have easy access to the library iust across the pavement. Pledge Betty Anderson is Sigma Chi's official sweet- heart, House president Betty Riesch pre- sides over WHA. Kwama claims time of Barbara Pierce and Grace Irvin. The last lass pounds the honorary's gavel. while Barbara vice-prexies Sophomore Class. Q f-5 oof, .Q O 7 O Oo o V, O 077 Q .-Y N1 igma Kappa :C 5 I , f- 4 1 1 . L . - ff23:::,:-I X Q?i,.ir Gray-shinqled and white-pillored Sitjma Kappa lies at the end of Alder Street's Sorority Row. LaVern Littleton chair- mans the AWS speaker's committee. while prexy Lorraine Hunt is secretary of Heads oi Houses. Shag expert Betty McNiece cc-mmitteed' for the Freshman Class constitution and the "Y" commis- sion.Founded at Colby College inWater- ville, Maine, about 1874, Alpha Phi chap- ter received its charter in '28. C O Q 02.2. .,f,I .. Q1-1 f gf' CII.. fx Iv . 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MARY JANE HORTON, LOUISE WOODRUFF, EDYTHE WILLIAMS. FIFTH ROW. SOPHOMORES: MARY ANN NEVv INS. NANCY DICKSON. JANE FARNSWORTH, FREIDA EVANS, HERMIONE CAUGHAN, EVA ERLANDSON. DARLEEN WARREN. KAY WAL- LENTINE. JEAN HAMILTON: FRESHMENz JANET COLLIER. SIXTH ROW: NADINEBABEL. DORIS MCMINDES. PAULINE JOHNSON. BAR- BARA KOEHLER. MARY LOUISE YATES, MARY MOORE, RIJTHANN LAKIN, FAE EVANS. SEV. ENTH ROW: .IULE MCGIRR. DOROTHY JEAN JOHNSON. PATRICIA LAWSON, ARLEEN f . 4- . . , W VK I II 'I Eff :IRQ 'IN N ' rvsgff :J L? . . E xx X- :Q X . Q- .. 0 I zu--E '- I , IK b , U I f -, EY -. O I Q, I I y L u I Y , I . I Q 1' x I ' ' '. O I I I x . 3 I - ' ' I . . I. .A Q I . X X 1 I X . I . -. xxx 5 ' "- I I X fl ' xx 1-.JN K-,J X V75 ff,,..,x f NX I2 ' I 7-.J :Tw'NE.ff" 0 lu- iz-,J YN y4 Mx: Q ,...S.,,,n V, M...,f lf: W P O - 1.1 LEWIS. HELEN CONWAY. MAXINE SEVITS, JEANNE HAEHLEN. KATHLEEN BRADY. EIGHTH ROW1FLORENCE KINNEY, ooaon-w LARSON. ooaon-w KESTERSON, DOROTHY KRIES, xms EINDEERGH. BETTY HAYDEN. BETTY HAGEN:-NN. NINTH ROW: omwx. How, MARJORIE KELLOGG, JEAN MCEHEE- SON. wucn-u wxsux. MURIEL PATTERSON. KAY TIJRNBLAD. TENTH ROW: VIRGINIA IJTLEY, MARY KR:-ufsxc, EvEx.vN PETTY. 1- JANE SCOTT, MARY ALICE VIOLET POTTER, EVELYN Dl- GIORGIO. MARY SACKETT, SA- Susan Campbell 512i-33' f ' J T I2 - rv ' l ILL..c-L i lx- M91 QQ .v,.!.f, , If ,Y ,, he 5 . l nl I , Piifff, , . , ,, --- I ..s...--'Qw- ,,-.-'j'T--L-'iIf'e' , QW. A, mf' ' U ' r f Q V ffl if this year. Reas- on: front lawn hasn't been cut checker- board style and carted library-ward to mix with more cultured chlorophyl. Lucky still, it's dark-eyed Florence Kinney is Freshman Class vice-president. "Schol- arship" Giordinq knows all the answers while Dutch-shoed Mary Alice Hutchins clunks around bringing peace to all. mlm WW wi O of' 0 O o -. I--1e'5h"'-:.'1',...,,, ff rf. . I Yf. OO., um, ' Q o sf " ' o coax g:7N'f,1-. 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The ZTA's have a winning one-woman intramural swimming team in Vera Carlson. Much excitement was created on the campus when their plane grounded long enough to become a Homecoming sign fall term. 15 N.: gawk l if' fxx C 4,1 l 4 X t, 21 :Q , w,:f,iwX,'jsg3 it i , may Wi . 4 5351 tt! tx st fi T 5, K""' 2 t lt t t W , .- l i wth tt mm X x Bolfq li6Wl'1NaI1i a it Y . BRUCE "AMB1oR NEWS WREC SE B. CORNELL. ATHLETIC MANAGER Athletic Manaqer Anse B. Cornell, above, desk-posed in McArthur Court where conference qames are scheduled, athletes are selected. Boss of finances in Oregon sports "Anse" takes task seriously. Director of ASUO News Bureau is Bruce Hamby, left, who pub- licizes Euqene campus to news-consciouslworld through his own publication, "The Duck Dope." Z 0""ww 0?wQQN'WWl'l9 w 1 wig wx A w H259 W w :F -:-:- 5 , 4 mf-11 1 af w 1 2 ' wiix 5 'fee' 1 - 1f,3:g- , A ,qv ' .724 -ff wif J, .. ' TM.. A 'V A ,- V000 P-U' -.....1. nm, si A A 1, Q Muff W s , " . 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' 3 Three wins out of lver s record for his first year as head coach at Oregon. This surpasses the record of Oregon's two previous years. Dark horse on the eve of the conference opener and much under critical, curious eyes of coast sports fans, the Webfoot eleven, traditionally a conservative power-house outfit, opened a razzle- dazzle of passes and running plays to defeat the Washington State Cougars in their own lair, 10 to 2. Oregon fa ng Saturday as the Ducks and the Bruins alternated in aerial scoring. A suc cessful pass from Gebhardt to Graybeal finally made it 14 to 12, Oregon, in the fourth, but the gun prevented a possible score from the pounding Bruins. Leading the conference, the Ducks outplayed Stanford at Palo Alto two weeks later to lead 16 to 13 in the final quarter. The bane of football-bad breaks-came. Stanford blocked a Webfoot punt and tallied, and suddenly scored again. Final score: Stan- ford 27, Oregon 16. seven 1938 conference games is "Tex" Ol' ' ns iittered on Hayward field the followi 7 Came the 7000 mile journey to New York and a 26 to 0 drubbing at the Polo grounds in the hands of Fordham. Back in Portland a smothering USC passing attack had the Ducks 18 to 0 at the half and 31 to 7 at the finale, and in Berkeley, three Californi CI scoring drives in seven minutes swamped the Ducks 20 to 0 despite the ardent attacks on the Cal line by Fullback Stenstrom and Halfback Gebhardt. Thanks rom the 13 yard line with but 15 seconds to play in the first half, Oregon beat Washington 3 to 0. With a good pass defense and a hard charg- ing line Oregon played the best game of the season this day. But the OSC Beaver boys were a little too good for the Webfooters in the annual "Civil War" game, especially Stater limmy Kissel- burgh who made all the OSC touchdowns. Final score, 23 to 12, Oregon State. Th g o t e season, proved to be of surprising strength throughout the season. Compared to the 1761 yards Oregon gained from scrimmage, the opponents made but 1190. Excepting efficent line backing by fullbacks Emmons and Stenstrom, it was the secondary defense which was weak. to Iimmy Nicholson's hasty field goal f e Webfoot line deplored at the beginnin f h Passes spelled doom for Oregon. Opponents connected 56 out of 142, for 864 yards, whereas Oregon made but 29 out of 104, for 423 yards. Alibis could be worded out of the fact that the Webfoots played seven tough games and took a 7000 mile journey in seven weeks. GEEHARDT I .ZJWQLWN-M. EB' ANU G N, N 4785. Pul-LMA ONOVA N5iN USAR- aox. 9 EMNO A C0 NCE I oR E F E 0'-'T RE I-A ERENC TAK ORKERS ANG INTERF 'roF'5 To AC-1-IVE Wm RLJNN' HE GRASS HARDTNKITU sKlM5 T GIQVA 223 ,QZBLFINDSLOCO W X , ,, MOTION DIFFICULT IN THE STANFORD GAME: GRAYBEAL 1801 RUNNING UPTQASSIST 1 . ,,.,f1' .,,,-ff Q -1-ag iw N , W 5, ,M 'V .i' . Q. ' ' v , A in -...e d . , - - , L M. b- as Q .1 xfnifigfh ' W 53 " -L Wi' ' gs. Lx ,Q A 55 -x ,f.Jg'k K T 1 -gh Y .Q uf THE BOYS PLAYED PLENTY OF GOOD FOOTBALL DURING THE 1935 SEASON. TOP LEFT: HANK NILSEN. 75. RUNS INTERFERENCE FOR FULLBACK FRANK EMMONS IN THE WASHINGTON STATE GAMEA CENTERS: GUARD NELLO GIOVANINI DRAGS DOWN CALlFORNlA'S ACE VIC EOTTARI, "HE SHALL NOT PASS". SAYS NILSEN. BACK- ING UP THE LINE. BELOW: NICHDLSON. GIOVANINI. AND WALDEN ESCORT BOB SMITH FOR A FEW YARDS. in x :HQ p 6 ss I I jx -5 521.0 np,-. . if P'-'f . -L" 5 -V1-Wk-If A7 f':ivyf:r.,Qg-9 nigga -A ,.. ., - lg. ,, 3 wie: KLE TAKES AFTER GREN- . OSKETT. LEFT TAC , :'f?IrLEmIci:rTI9STE-:Lf SOUTHERN CAL'S SPEEDBALL QUARTERBAC3 wno DID so MUCH DAMAGE TO THE DLICKS AT MULTNQNIIQE STADIUM. THE UNEXPECTED RETURN OF FOSKETT IS ONE OF RE REASONS wav THE WEBFOOT LINE SIJRPASSED PESSIMISTIC P L- SEASoN EXPECTATIONS. HE WON HIS THIRD STRIPE LAST FALOVA owER LEFT: RIGHT END.VlC REGINATO MAKES SEVEN YP-R05 CALIFORNIA BEARS IN BERKELEY L AN END AROUND AGAINST THE 3 . 7 . 5 ' vw 0 .-. .N I 5 , , .-Y' PTH Ir" Iv-f H- l Q - I ' x ww J . I -5,6 yy 1 xi? IIl:.I.Q,:'..mqQqE-il, , . . H "1fl'4.e'u wit' 'Z 9 'wg N - W L , . ' ' " 1 5 . , 5 . ' I ".. .Q , L 4 " 4' I . " . .L I ' E: AfII gg , ' , K ' of .' I -1,25-555" "I'If Ii:-JT Q.f,.:'T1.,. . ' 5 - " V -J I 'W ., ,.- . is , " u I -Q I JM... -giggw '6 'I' , .- A' . .I HI.. IW. . I PI raiwiif - - I H 5 , ' I-P I A .- A . I ' A 4' 4 - U . L. Q f - . , . -f . ,wwwfq Q .- .. J-, ., -A. he 5' A ' A I I I ' I 1' f ' V "- . 4: W in lb' T1-'I .2 1' -+,, - ' ' -. A .. .Q L I .. W Q -lov-IN W ,. Am-QEN HONEST ' STILL HE G JOHN.. W KNOWN Howe-QWHEN TEACHWLCH MUNICKQS AND BASF'-Av FOOTBALG FISHERMEN sem-,OL 'ET-FALL AT ASLQILOEIASEBALL IN A ' HE U IA H Goof-L CREATION NLUCKIES1. co IGM GAME TEAM. IF 1-IQEHE NEvER GE-,ACH 5 THE V WIN 5 A WRONG H RE STILL ,S ALL THEIR ' E SAYS. SOMETHWG . -1 in 1 , , I 1 I P If. ' TITT I T., I K -In II II , Valk :V - -E in V . 1 , N X Q I .I . WIN I f If ' -Q. . L I In. 'M ' , . my N 'L Ig Y A A I .IA izlf. Y 'I,' ., ,, 1 l n I. va 4 f, Q 4 I I .V A 'F K A I if 5: I, nw , Syl' 14 1 .J ,QI 43.1- . 'D Ie .M J , g , I U' ' A Ni 3' n 9 ' ' ' I 225 qw ' E' bb- W-.- , AL vAA i ig The Oregonians divided the first series with WSC on the Igloo floor and at Pull- man the Ducks beat the Cougars twice. The first of the Oregon-Oregon State brawls at the jammed Corvallis gym ended 31 to 26 for the Ducks in a 4U foul contest. Oregon beat Idaho 38-30 in the first Moscow game, but the second one with Iohansen, Dick, Anet and Hardy out on fouls was pulled out of the fire only by the hot playing of substitutes Mullen, Pavalunas, and Sarpola who made IO points to come up from behind in the last few minutes. Oregon had to win the second OSC game at the Igloo only by some more second half rallying after trailing I9 to I4 at the half. Washington scared Webfoot fans on the Igloo floor by starting off a razzle-dazzle of passing that had the ball completely around the Ducks, and piled up a lead of 22 to 14 during the first half. When Oregon got excited she wiped out the Washington lead and in the first four minutes of the second half the baskets were piling in so tast the statisticians couldn't keep track of them, 21 points in the first 4 minutes. Oregon made I3 of them to take a 37 to 35 lead which the Webfoots quickly increased to 46 to 39. In the second game the Ducks swarmed all over the Huskies to win 58 to 42, and likewise in the following Idaho games which they won in a lethargy 45 to 28 and 53 to 36. The Vlfebfoots received a jolt from Oregon State who defeated them 37 to 27 at Cor- vallis, when the Ducks couldn't hit a thing. The Eugene boys retaliated following weekend by squeezing out the Staters in McArthur Court by 48 to 37, Closing the season, Oregon visited Seattle, took Washington's Huskies two nights 39-26 and 54-52 to cop the Northwest Conference title tor the second successive Year. 40 .ai in .TT P -z ,H ,, -V - ' yy 1 U ,- X CHHO LW , 49fwn,f HOBSON A Rf fi THE 1939 BASKETBALL SQUAD WAS ONE OF STARS: 'NO RESERVES ON OUR TEAM," SAID COACH HOBBY. FRONT ROW, FROM LEFT TO RIGHT: WALLY JOHAN- SEN, 'SLIM' WINTERMUTE, LADDIE GALE, MAT FAVALUNA5, AND BOBBY ANET, CAPTAIN. BACK ROW: TOIVO PIIPPD, EVERT 'RED' NICNEELY, JOHN DICK. BOB HARDY, TED SARFOLA, EARL SANDNESS. ARCHIE MARSHIK, GEORGE "PORKY" ANDREWS, AND FORD MULLEN. ' .ff . F, s V-If , I f V 5 ' F f" if - 1, .fi I Kp, 2 'Y , g fgj5e,,- , M3 xx I 13 Ja- K .W . 4 ' I tggf' I, . '5"I?: ..1,z- A n 228 1. ff- .-M422 :m v , 'fiyfi ff, ...L 5 .4-fy, clog -sf e 9' V9 XA' 60 o xo . A' of' -P6 6 v-Y' ox - AA vi 093242999 P-9og2'Yxi'xo9 . 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N B oanv ANET, SPEEQBALL 229 Les, Luddie G. we at th? q le Oi Beavels G le outiumps G Coup 1 Koo, m e G P-"' -:J 'JE OFEG ON Right, Iohn Warren's frosh basketball 'team struck a snag in the Oregon State Books. Front row, from left to right: Bob Deverell, Dick Whitman, Burke Austin, and Ken King. Second row: Coach Iohn Warren, Don Galbreaith, Gene Brown, Harold Sarkela, Doug Caven, and Norm Rankin, manager. Back row: lack W1n- slow, Ross Bilborn, LaVerne Van Marier, Leonard Gard, Les Thompson, Elliot W11- son, and Wayne Cox. Q ' -4 zao 4 .Ld ' the YJIGWX with Oreqcilnilo overC0me O hull mh'chil'1G Webfools lwfie to sQ.Be1oWf6 8 1 rr W 1 lg to 1410 win , fthe reach when lead Ol h s the benefit O ard lo G Winiermute C1 n OH the backbo Q One 1:11 Games comes '10 Slgpgiense The Oreqon S tlqloo 28 ' d at me teummdle OD X were Cglle 48 i011 S ere Tmlqh' W rs on the BGOVG ' JOHN WARREN S FROSH SQUAD .J '- Init' us- ' " T' 'igrqzegr -' '1,-' 1 - - ' M3 Sf-P A 1 V F : :Q 2 ff if f- Qpsgzw sf, , f 2 y '- H M Q , ,,. fft N, ,, ,pw wl,,m,k33.,, wg , , ,-, " M. "Y ABOVE, JACK GORDON. BROTHER TO JOE THE NEW YORK YANKEES, POUNDS WASHINGTON. LEFT, ORD X, , or - El our A HIT AGAINST an .lox-IN Lmoe Ar-to CAPTAIN F FAST Ac1'1oN. DUE AND Pu-ran Mun.x.F.N CAUGHT m 'ro HANDICAP CF RAmN, Emmons " ," ERRATIC PLAYING EARLY m rua SEASON N PLACED om.v -n-uno ro wsc on Fmsr PLACE. X N A X if oazso J AND osc WHO TIED F wg- v I ,.? in ,, e f 560. J 1 V X -V ,:,. Y - - LA Q - 5 at Q3'F?5'f'V'f"f-f-gf Yi 'W' ' -' ' i v- - , . A ,L r , , .- ' 4 ,Qu W 1 M ir , 1 , 43 B P-SEB A LL 4 G ,f- -.4-.., RANGY INFIELDER. WELLINGTON "WlMPY" QUINN. I5 DYNAMITE TO THE NORTHERN DlVl5lON PITCHEFIS, AT 'KEGG Errdiic is no ncirne ior ihe Wehiooi picwinq iosi sprinq. Piiter hediinq Oreqon Sicxie the Wehioois dropped iour in cr row, once to OSC, twice to Woshinqion Sicxie, dnd once to idaho, then won -sixfoediinq idcxho three iiH1GS,WGSh- inqton twice, and Wdshinqion Sidte once. Then iosinq once io Wdshinqion Sidie and 'ce to Woshinqton. They iini-shed the season Stoke out oi undisputed KW1 ' Oreqon ' ion State. by knockinq into d iie with Woshrnq iirsi picxce 231 'rH,RD BASEM QUINN REALLY,gyL1U-4WlMPyn GS THE M. I w I ,- 232 A Q-Q4 ,.--,.,,- -g-,,-- 4 I A1259 ' u , V ,I fpmg ,, H- im?-i IJ iiiigfi' ' ,,,,xgfI4L. ' - 94,34 ,, ,3- , If Q , , ,wg -W! Q 2 ...- Y 'f f " Esigtmr , .. L4 fm: ,,, H -f: M f 2 ,-n' , ,iz-x II if .--,L K--. . N I Vgkiix SRIBIIII 'Ea - Egan! I In IIIILIIIII ,J 4 ' 1 AIIMIII F. -. ' Jen QI. 4 , MOND CREW LAST SPRING PULLED OUT OF A SLOW START TO BOB UP AND DOWN THE E SEASON. FRONT ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: BOB DE ARMOND. MANAGER: NICHOLSON, AND COACH HOBSON. SECOND ROW: SMITH. "FAT" MATT PAVALUNAS. BOB FLASHY AND ERRATIC, HOWARD HOBSON'S DIA LEAGUE LADDER FINALLY TO SETTLE AT THIRD PLACE FOR TH JOHN LINDE. TOM COX, FORD MULLEN, JACK COLEMAN, JACK GORDON, .IIM BATTLESON, GALE 'BUSHER' SMITH, BOB HARDY, 'WIMPY' QUINN, BOB BEARD, BOB ROY MATTINGLY. KEN CREIGHTON , AND LE BO a cnslGH,.oN suP:R.CHU'C:E il' The Frosh smite when "Honest Kohn" Warren tehs them they are "not so hot." These ireshmen ttntshed the X938 base- hatt season with X7 wins in X9 qarnes ' h ol ctubs and tnde played with h1qh sc o throughout the valley, as rn pendent tearns welt as the Oreqon State Books who the Frosh drubbed tour times in a row, Qtol,l4to7,9toO,and'Z.toX.PeteXqoe, t ex-Euqene htqh school. twirter, was the main spark on the mound, startinq every ' Books. OSH BASEBALLERS RELAX FR arne aqaxnst the Q ,df jx JOHN l.xN DE so'-'THPA w CAPTAIN FURD M VERSATILE IN sl:-2.5-:gsN F 'x 1 1 Y? X X 1, dboh Mock. Robinson ond Sim Buck. nose out Woshinqtorf s d dc1sh.'Yhis dnsky sprinter was Xorqew respon- ry duck meet oi X938 track season Spee ' X00 yur ' ry in eve Hoy' sid xn the e ior Oreqonf s vxcto Z,--t ei gfrra .4 .. .... ....,. ,Rl V vii I W, xii g' 7 ' LN im ii i ii y if ,L . University is Biii Hay- d trainer Prcciicoiiy cm insiiiuiion oi the ward now in his 36th year os Webiooi hen cmd truck coach. Three times he coached the Ameri- ccm Oiympic irock teams. H H, , -1- 1, 7 ,...1,....." .YWLWQ , ds 'S SHOTPUTTER WILLARD HARRIS PRE- PARES TO HOIST THE IRON BALL. X .AJ WITH HIS RIGHT LEG. I I I o Ioliia wavy HALF MILE R KI EREEzEs IN 'WAN STORLI WSC MEET. WRST 'N THE 235 I 'LIL I KEN MlLLER'S 1938 FROSH TRACK TEAM WASN'T A WORLD 1. A HOP FORWARD. A MIGHTY PusH AND 1-HE ovEn THE E3 I' I WI " IIE Haig '- 'III IJ X 1- Ag' .W 1.1 .I-.1 wfrg - 5921 A II r5.:.7I G' , "' In Q" , ' my G I - vrfsmg if ff kwin -gm 16 POUNDS LAND WELL 45 FOOT MARK. ,L 53?-'IPI , ' III., PO LE VAULTE OFF Is OF R GEORGE Aa- - gg, gh-wi , is , . . ,- ., ,ig ILL, 2 I 'ffigwf , "' 'ggggagw I 'T . I ' 'LE1 I .I E57 I I I. ,,,Izs:Ef 1 I I -Awe I V, U A V I , gsggs' ', ,.,1L.,1'gQ' A I L35 , Im! H f If. was .. I LTTE:-1 ' ww . ITIS? IIIIIII, I 7335 II 3 II gr -- Im if, ' 51 I . en. , Q zz 2 . f 5 ., E, . -' I . ' ,' any S ! Z 0 4 .uf I' X . -2 T H W ,Q- Iif... ,, 4,-I HEATER, HAVING LOST BOTH THE FRosH-Rook RELAvs AND THE ANNUAL TRACK MEET WITH THE FRESHMEN or THE BEAVER COLLEGE. sEvERAL or THESE MEN ARE EXPECTED TO DEVELOP INTO VARSITY CINDERMEN, HOWEVER, FRONT Row, LEFT TO RIGHT: Boa vouNG, MANAGER: Eos DIEZ, EHLE REEBER, GALEN MOREY, BILL GREEN, .IIM GRIFFITH5, CHARLES TRIPPE, wARD WILSON, Boa KEENE. AND ED STANTON. MANAGER. SECOND Row, LEFT TO RIGHT: HAROLD MOORE. RAY EOND. EINO JUOLA. wALLAcE cAuFIELI:. wALLY WHITE. HUGH sIMPsoN. Boa BELONI. OUTSTANDING MERLE HANSCOMB. AND COACH KEN MILLER. WOELG gw , ,ww 3 I Ifffgw, .fa , INLA ,rw gi.,- ,, 15,6 ,ff wi: I isa IIKVIZIUZ I II lava Hs, I I H r r-"" 5 E... 4. ' A k 49' I'- , H, WU H Above Track C , aptain Leonard "Dutch" Holland threw the platter well over l5O feet. Bill Haywards 1938 varsity track . I , team won the northern division dual meet championship, N 3 5 5 A , defeating Washington State, conference champions, 67 to him WR- -E 64, Washington, 67 to 64, and Oregon State 37M to 57M. m At the Northern division Pacific coast conference meet in W Seattle, Oregon placed third, scoring 36 points to follow Washington State's 485 points and Washington's 40. The Webfoots placed sixth at the Pacific Coast conference meet in Berkeley. '15 'f'-L L ' i L., , . ri 1. D Q Q "T A .tb l wsu.. sw. I. SOME OF THE MEN IN COACH BILL HAYWARD'S 1938 TRACK TEAM. FRONT ROW FROM LEFT TO RIGHT: KEN SHIPLEY W COVERED" BY HAYWARD AS THE ATHLETE WAS HIGH JUMPING IN THE INTRA MURAL DON BARKER, BOYD BROWN, AND BILL RACH S HAYWARD JIM S ,, i VME, ge . H0 wAs -ms. - MEET. xmmm sronu, .nm aucx, sos Mrrcusu., . Econo Row FROM LEFT -ro mer-rr: aiu. n-mnnow, ssonsa vAnoFF, coAcH Blu. , CHRIVER. cRAwFonu LYLE, HARRY wss1'oN. AND WAYNE MAcxnN. BACK ROW: CAPTAIN LEONARD M " AND non HANsEN. DUTCH HOLLAND: wt L L ': tx A , ABOVE, THE WEBFOOT CROSS COUNTRY TEAM PLACED TH IRD IN THE HILL MILITARY RELAYS IN PORTLAND LAST FALL. FROM LEFTTO RIGHT: BOB MITCHELL, DON BARKER KIRMAN STORL . I, DON TOWERS, JIM SCHRIVER, AND GALEN MOREY. 237 3 S15 , : ., . ,Q 353, ,,,H,., 4ff :tm L-J -f ,K7 ,1- M., H' 1 'OG Y 's :fr xg' . ' 1,5g1::V:s5:5 , 45' .' - -gg-5. -1 :Z ..- ,,-A42 NU ' ' 7Qf'ma. A A glfffm i'ifI,i I. .mf wg.. -' z 5.55, '4-0 jf fl .. vhs , .P ' ,,, . 'ff' 114 4- 'K , , . l Q ,S MQ, GOLF ., "'+,, V' 'v' 'Lf H ,M , fl U-Z A Ai, M ay, , - ,Y 'W ,viiffi . - K Q f- THE v N I' ' Aus:-ry G wAs OLP TE TOU:ld':SZ?4: if THE NAgR:'LAs:?' ssconn To DEFEATED ST SPRING AN D ' VIS I on me FROM iii?-ON s'rA'rE 22 3 '1Q4oMA'rcH PLAY CKNEE I T0 mal.,-,-1 ' 4,s. READ. BUCKLIEINGJ' ""'N'0R MAN RICH WERSHKUL BEN Hue cwn-H BAGV DOCAGER GEORGE AR, HS ' NE ' LAST spR,NG'fgl?:AcAP'rAlN.ELEcTA:h-tou coox, EER 2 MAN KIRK QJSIN wAL'r CUNE Axlvgrsou, EPICTURE' RIDGE ARE ABSENT NUM. FROM 11 over 16 to O n State H0016 , . The Fresh QOH team deiigaijcgfgje S3329 to 8 in Cowaulsl HQ image? 3 urse m the md C ' the i.g1I1jr3:lvvjoA 'iight Spot in Froih-Rciik Yliin Frosh co-ed sea - aye - Rook women p , 1 Qi p1ctY- Among t en Frosh cmd k n 18 ho G5 , ggecxted DorothY Seuarfrsximti-eitlicg 3515 lim HickeY , Rod MCMIHGH' the DRIYGYS plcwred GEieStone cmd Fred Davis' Chet Keller. Kneemn ' .f+ J as TENNIS W 5 1 , M yi . . fd M1 I 4 . if J Qi, iw g. -,stil ,ew if ' R in l LARRY CRANE, RIGHT, AND LES ' WERSCHKUL, NO. I AND 2 S INGLES. .vs Q' R: Qs new - , - f""'- - ll L ,Aw Oregon varsit ce second in the northern division conference tournament, trailing Washington by 8 points to score 7. Doubles team Crane and Zimmerman reached the semi finals, and Crane reached the semi finals in singles play, Ellsworth Ellis and Karl Mann, also played on the team. The Frosh team defeated the Hooks 7 to O on the University courts and 6 to 1 at Corvallis. The Frosh team, below, from left to right: Dick Phillipi, Dick Williams, Dale Helikson, and Bob Engelke. y tennis men pla d FROSH NETTERS --1me,..t. ' , i ' 'V v S L, L -' ., " .R f N QW-1 X ,, iw 'nfl .,.:,: ..,l .N ' ' ' Q I 9' tif X gf w VJ if ykf .,' N hi .:., t 'fe' el um, Q1 1 ' it l i ' i is 'E i 'S-gig . -lj 92,3 -:rf-, 1 Hee rf SW MMM 5? 1.. ggi E WEBF EVE-N. FROM X-EF FN . LEO GAFFNE CATYKE-Y . awiagigiijfw Mm.x.o WM cam :mmm-K Wi, . 1' ED A6091 MER O01 ODJERS RP- T 'TO RXGHWH EL Y. P-N0 KYND- Xeik, Shexmcm XN ewooxe set Q new Poetic e tecord oi M391 .8 in Qrxe X59 void 6 week oi We season. dbxl ine?LooXLe Dick. osx con 'rx 'Coe vi exe 5 ok-X Xiu ex, Bo Pioove, nq, A5 Ko 39. Hom Xekx Ko Swim, Sm COYDQY. Mcmoqe ' EdXocobe,'XertX1 VXcDorxoXd, Mc 'NT mcexxk. Pxubiie , Above, Co Kererxc bocksitoke x eecon ' Yxkgkxe 'mosh cuXKXe rxqhkz Gex eekis, x Wifi Sew xo oodhed me , B H as asa-X Mas-to scHo 1HE Pr-ch 2 0 0 .1 1' - ' , Q. kk A U tw Jr-CK DALLAS ECORO5 SXNCE HE C- 10 52601405 OF56 1'eacoLL Us KE FE R LXPPED N51 IN 519-O 12,6 .6 . F-EPSKXNG Ol-1 TE HE COP-0 1 fs 1 ' ' - 5 1 1 mjm, ,. Y 'iq' WM B 531330 V' ' x ' r,. Weil? 1' miggx .' Z A me W MFQQXQ , q.'1I.,.,tklw,u-1' ,IF ' ' , gp ' 4 ," ' 0 1 " - f1.11L's- 1 " ' S -Q , L 11- X., e ,if V ny, .qu , ' " ' no co ' vi, ' ' 'IAF-D EREAS1' 'gigg , xx ' xs cazovvao WXTH 2 75 , W H ,,-,ik at . 'Q ' F mf , ' "w'T?jg f 5 .- 4 M' ,, --- " , L1 ..iwf5v, .Y we J C .WN5 ,N N5 1955551 'JEAF FOR UNEP. ' LW vwvtwi as V V - +J-:u-'g 'V 5 pJsL2:efJ-- .. ' fe. , 1 f fgigszw , xl , X ' H , , X .,' 1,31 ff' I ' x,I is - ' F ' . vga' : MN? ,rw H ,qtzsf 'LL ' 4 Q ' ' 5 ,ea NH 'sa faom Len To RXGYVY: cop.QH NED JOHNS. M- EANDNEH. ELMEH MALLOR1. JOHN CUNGAN- MANAGER. EHEHMP-N XNETMORE. RALPH LAFFER- 11. ,HM MARNE. JACK OM-LP-9. LEO GAFFNEY. FXERCE MPLLORY . 'TOM ETP-BBUCK. JP-CK LEVY - P-NO ASSKSTI-NNT cop-cH mn asm. me voxsxw sxmmmmq Neuro has severed men bm by Oxeqcma pie-ss moe Oteqon Sic-Ke, 37 Ko 717, to Skcmioid DA Ko BX. c1ddXers xo Kose to oshirsqkorx DIL to 32, cmd Ko The NN ebioois been the Ccmkormo Beau p AO xo '55 in which Oxeqorf s XN ekmore , Demos, cmd TUGCBXGNI rekxv Keom broke records. Downs cmd 'Nexmoxe ore corxskdered os possXbXe Owmpic ecks km XQAO. px osp QAM 4:3 LENIY V5 P- P5 PM A cp.v1'MN Jr-as s1soY-ER F5 WELL e-NLE Mlns-r. EPEEDY BP-CK A0 Y M10 FREE 241 PHI DELTA THETA INTRAMURAL CHAMPS. 242 ,:.f"f.- 5-3: 211' "gif THE PHI DELTA tN'NER5' 1, .Inj- "t 'mix rg... ,t -3 3: U12 1 Q-....,,.4 CS, Q 1-A SIGMA DELTA PS1 W x. avg 285' va A wwn-I 96929 Ptoho w P5 The SAE Water polo team, above, utilized three varsity letterrnen swimmers to scuttle the Phi Delts 3 to l to Win the championship. From left to right: Ralph Lafferty, Frank Meek, lim Marne, lack Levy, Iirn Smith, and Hal Shearer. The Beta "B" league volley- ball Winners are from left to right, front row: Hal Duden, Ed Leon- ard, and Ben Claboughg back row: Les Werschkul, and Bob Win- termute. Top left, the Phi Delts won the 1938 intramural championship with first places in Sigma Delta Psi, tennis, and handball, and placed second in numerous sports. Prom left to right, front row: Chuck Stafford, Bill Feasley, Bob Vad- nais, Wilbur Wittliff, and Huqh Erwin. Middle row: Ed Strohecker, Ham Hickson, Bud Elli- ott, Harold Morgan, lack Blanchard, George Schweiger, Scott Corbett, Bill Seeley, Norm Holt, and Ken Shipley. Back row: Ray Hough- ton, Dean Vincent, Tony Frombola, and Knee- land Stone. Left, the Phi Delt track team nosed out the Kappa Sigs and the Yeornen to win the Sigma Delta Psi meet last spring, grabbing off 246.5 points. Left to right: 'Hugh Erwin, Har- old Morgan, Ed Strohecker, Bill Feasley, Ken Shipley, Romy De Pittard, George Schweiger, Chuck Stafford, Bill Seeley, lack Blanchard, Ham Hickson, Bob Vadnais, and Scott Corbett. 4 . , ,,, ETA THETA Pl. "B" VOL- LEYBALL WINNERS DUN UT LEAGUERS The Pi Kap netmen, right, are from left to right: Eugene Didak, Harold F aunt, Bay Goats, Bill Gilmore, and Kermit Silverwood. Bill Iones is the man who pitched the DU softball team, below right, to success with two no-hit, no-run games, one of them the final championship game in which the DU's trounced the Theta Chi's 6 to O. He wasn't available for the picture. The squad is from left to right, front row: Iohn Weber, lim Howard, Bob Lovell, lack Davis, Wallace White, Ward Wilson, Stew Hayward, Bob Corby, Bill Gentry, and Bob Pettee. Top row: Bob lones, Al Warren, and Bob Crosby. Below left, the Phi Delt "A" volleyball team is from left to right front row: lack Blanchard, Berger Rorvick, and Bay Dickson. Back row: Manager Romy De Pittard, Ted Holmes, Ed Strohecker, and Ken Shipley. P5 1 O on-1 pggiux. fer BETA THETA Pl, GOLF CHAMPS fi I 1 , 1 3 I H ., I, ,Fam A FN 1 . --,,,,',,:gf V'-Queeg - f Mdff' Assprsfwfri iff' i, gwl K W ' B H if KAL, , X-' .hunga- 1,,,V R fi . 3 , . ., -.gt with K' fu f, v , "' X ,, . ,Lge ' b or 1-if A 5 .4 t :Q -fsf'3iil'l'Ijf3f -" '-- IH 2' ..:."- - -- if wif' "' ,IEF337 f ., 'fri' 337:lllTf77i?.:t W 1 if g,.L wzvfvw it-" , 511' A ,+ l ' ' s l, fwfr, V1.1 .. , , ' ' ' Q? fi at .-'I 'F E5fEfff!J'Qi:!E'S A ' H' f 'I as ' T' w if'71r:'l':t1 'I?,,'3,g, -if 395 ii 'Qi .4 ,slr-ft -4:-7,1 zy if yy. 5-H , it ,f5,,4.,1 ep ort, ,H,1.,5, L- . 5' , , - 'ijxif , -s lew' 2.-1 11' A s"' ggi ' T . Il. fjlfiigjlx lg I' - 'T ' ' , fit- ..,l.fi-'if X.. - ' 'N-s... A . Pl KAPFA ALPHA 'rsnms cn-mums SOFT' u.0N' oil-TP' upscl-lP""P5 ah'-'- The Beta golf team, right, which defeated the Kappa Sigs for the championship last fall, are from left toright: Bob Wintermute, Rich Werschkul, Hal Duden, and Fort Miller. Below, the Sigma Chi splashers eked out a 25 to 24 Win over the Phi Delt swimming team to win the Donut tank title last spring. The Sweetheart team is from left to right: Win Bradshaw, Bob Gridley, Art Hannifan, Chuck Eaton, and Elmer Hansen, SIGMA CHI, SWIMMING CHAMPS 243 1 Y. lg! "Apgar-YV , V .W .. Qggijwwkgu D UPU: MM-r:E":,f:,2o o 1 A snail-V55 Ess- THEA B091 FR nd QE na G 1 AND JPUNCH QCOMB 321g yuln QN T 'Aanraavaoiuuse 244 w1.,,,..1M is WEE WIL LIE :NG MADE TYLIQLIAMS BE BATTLE GOAT I R0yAL IN X ,, uw Wd " 11. 'l lv . JL. Elini' --..,,, -Mex FRU 'ro no A WEAvEs Aaouf JIM BAILEY. N'FlGHT1Ns wr-rn fges v WILLIAMS DISPN HIS LAST OPPONI A BODY SLAM. ORDER OT-' THE RG" ered" maintain Oreqon's "Traditions shall be rev ' h dunk boys Order of "O" men with tervor as t ey in white shoes, ties, and those unfortunate lads who chat with co-ed tootsies on Iunior Weekend. Purposes: to develop school spirit, enforce carn- pus traditions, and side kick with rally team. lt is they who determine what house shall be cus- todian oi the victory bell. initiated rattle oi loe Gordon baseballs to aid athletic scholarships. Now are arranqinq tor suitable spot to place bust ot Bill Hayward and Oreqon trophies. Three hacks is no initiation say those who don't know. but beet trust hacks stick. Led by Hefty Hank ' 'dent Bob Anet, Sec- Nilsen, assisted by Vice Presi " d" Robertson, Treasurer Bob retary Lenard Bu A s limmy Nicholson, Smith, and Sergeant at rm " the men about the campus the "O boys are f 1 . rr.-F 41 L.-:Gig-T I gy. 1 9, ' gr l ' ' 5: V. I ' W Lf i "O" oses in tront ot the Art museum. Front T rn The Order ot the p row trom lett to right: Allan Samuelson, Vic Reqinato, o Starbuck, Ted Gebhardt, Bob Creiqhton, Mat Pavalunas, Don Barker, Tony Amato, Balph Cathey, and Ptomy De Pit- tard. Second row: Don Mabee, George Varott, lim Schriver, lack Levy, Ralph Latierty, Dennis Donovan, and lack Cole- man. Third row: lim Stuart, Marshall Stenstrom, Bob Smith, Cece Walden, Pierce Mallory, Frank Emmons, Boyd Brown, ' ' Nicholson, lim Caden- and Harry Weston. Top row. Iimmy b Mitchell, Erlinq Iacobsen, and asso, lay Graybeal, Bo Nello Giovanini. H A NK NILSEN, ,RON HA Nu OF ORDER OF 0 ED Pmzxy I -v . I fr R.O,'r C RIGHT: 'CZTQAFFQ QFFICERS LE . J. - . ' F W' CRISSY M' LVON, MI.:-d: AND MAJ . MAJ. H on A. I.. Molrnlfs BARRETT. R M LYONS HEAD OF THE COLONEL . . , DEPARTMENT OF MILITARY SCIENCE. 'lltwwnutq SECOND PLATOON, HONOR COMPANY 1937-!938,LIEUT. JACK LEW IN COM- MAND. om Hawaii to replace Corn- V. D. Murphy, Colonel R. M. Lyon assumed command ot ROTC head- ' ' d uarters last tall Mayors l. W. Crissy an q . H. L. Barrett were also assiqned to the unit with wiry Colonel Lyon. Lone sur- vivor ot the year-old otiice Major A. L. Morris distinquished by his . Proficiency plus in s the local command Corning ir mandant E. rs' roster is Mississippi accent drill characterize this season with military lectures sharp- tical purposes. Under- ber 743 with advanced ly tuned to prac class cadets num students totaling 85. The latter qroup t d and drill tive hours weekly, are s u y paid two-bits daily at school and 70 cents ' ' lc ummer camp. per day durinq six Wee s s Successtul qraduates ed second lieutenants, infantry reserve. Yearly the Conqressional Thomason Act ear' s active duty are commission- qives tour qrads a y with the reqular army. As oiten, the Oreqon and Oreqon State cadets com- pete tor proticiency in company and in- dividual drill. cifffgzfasy, i,,, H L.. ,,,. . ...... -1 ,. E!! . -,J SENIORS IN MILITARY LOOK FORWARD TO A COMMISSION IN THE ORGANII-nu N..- : COURTNEY LASSELLE, BILL FOSTER, ARTHUR MURPHY, BILL I ANDREWS, AND EARL as 4 341425 er -- ...ui LEFT TO RIGHT, FRONT ROW CUMMINGS, BILL VAN DUSEN, PAUL SANDERS, KENNETH DELL, PHILL P WILLIAMS. SECOND ROW! PHILLIP LYNCH, ALLAN MURPHY, BILL CAMPBELL, DONALD BOYD, JOHN MITCHELL, TOM WIPER, WILFRED STEPHENS, DON CHILDERS, LENARD ROBERTSON, AND FRED FINDTNER, THIRD ROW: DON TOWER, DON SMITH, JACK GAVIN, LEO YOUNG, CLAUDE HOCKLEY, LUTHER SEIBERT, ED STROHECKER, ALLAN SHEPHARD, AND RICHARD DAVIS- CHARLES HILLWAY, JACK WAGSTAFF. BOB SPEER, HARRY FOURTH ROW: BOB WATKINS, LOGAN. AND DON YEAGER. WESTON, STANLEY WARREN, RAY Y it 15332. rj, 1.-.fm 1 It I ER 5- LE. IN.. " . '- .-34 . . ' -g-:mg-, ,.,.- JUNIORS IN R.O.T.C. LOOK FORWARD TO A SIX WEEKS' WORKOUT AT VANCOUV BARRAQKS ..., ICK WERSCHKUL, HERBERT ANDERSON, ROBERT JOHNSON. LEONARD JERMAIN, EDWIN LAI-wav... ' CK CASEY, GEORGE SULLIVAN, DON DAVIS. MARSH HOFFMAN. BOB JOLLY, JOHN SKIRVING, ...,,, THIRD ROW: DONALD MARCY. DAVID ARONSON. HARRY MILNE, ROBERT HERZOG, BOB nv-.. NK PAUL EDWARDS. FOURTH ROW: RICHARD KAHN, BILL ROSSON, ARLO ADLARD, ND JOHN SMITH. DWIGHT NEAR. D AND GLENN EATON. SECOND ROW. JA SHAW. DARYL EVANS, JOHN WEBER, AND HUGH COLLINS. LUKOWBKI, RALPH LAFFERTY. ED O'RElLLY, ALBERT SANDNER, ELVED STEELE, AND DEAN WARREN. PHILIP ACKERMAN, GERALD CHILDERS, REX APPLEGATE. RAY SCHWAB. ROGER CONRAD. A Oneqcm JACK GAVIN. CAPTAIN OF SCABBARD AND BLADE Sc ABBARD AND BLADE MEMB ERS Fno ' M MURPHY SECONUI DONALD Bo Ro YD B LE xARREN, WYCFQLLEN Muvwlthl. cummlngsfgllo mam-, FRONT EsToNvR0s ED STEPHEN 'JACK WAGST L VAN DUSE RcwfBlLL ERT :women SXNABND C'-AUDsA:z5cB"'L CAMPSELTON CH'LDs:?sIER' ARTHUR ' DON SMH, KLEY - LENAR ' ACK GA H, ' THIRD Ro D RQBER VIN. W2 Boa TSON s-r WA1-KINS ' AN . HARRY SCABB ARD Capiained by lack Gavin, ter oi Scabbard and Blade is iurther otit- cered by Lieutenants lack Waqstatt and Bill Van Dusen, First Serqeant Bob Findt- ner. Known to civilians by their annual Military Ball, the Oreqon group provides better national spirit, encouraqes rnili- tary etiiciency, loyalty, obedience, cour- aqe, and qood iellowship. Major A. L. Morris is local liaison oiticer. With a na- tional boastinq 30,000 membership, the' honorary pledges about sixteen Oreqon advanced military students annually. Sex appeal enters with yearly elections ' s trorn lemin- ot Little Co ine ranks. the local chap- lonel and Mai or i "'a..,w -0' -2952, . A ,, 10' L' .. Q ff v-V." 'A 1 . r.5,.,iu, :A . S THE OFFICERS' LIELJTENANT ORVILLE LESLIE OF RESERVE CORPS AWARDS STAN WARREN A SABER FOR BEING THE OUTSTANDING JUNIOR IN THE UNIVERSITY R.O.T.C. UNIT LAST YEAR. 247 AND BLADE inf ' y 3' 1 iv,-If gg, I ,Vw "N Mad mg ,ff WM. A M J I 'WW fx R 1 ' A ff W ' W in af 'muh NL x .3 S xi-, ,V -.- I l S313-,mhz-ir 5 5 F 1' IN- :-' ' WfQ,5NXn R... K 0 5. :V :lv an R- were ugrv' .A ll X' ,o, - ."' " x X w' ,Y v v , ,nr I s X . S Nh 9' K .bf V, if--H sv . - , I. ,lla Jw- .1- F. N www , .i. ljxl . f.. z l', ' tr 3 ,Zm,V ee:-, LILLIAN SCHAFFER. FRANCES TOMLINSON. AND GOALIE EILEEN DONALDSON WERE THREE MAINSTAYS OFTHEWOMEN'S HOCKEY TEAM. BETTY RIESCH PRESI woME . ' DEN-r OF THE N s ATHLEWC ASSOCIATION The W.A.A. council, above left, consists of the officers of W.A.A., heads ot Worn- en's clubs, or managers ot Women sports. From left to right front row: Edna Carl- sen, Ioanne Ptiesch, and Margaret Van Matrep second row: Beverly Young, Claudia Sevier, Betty Riesch, Ruth Ket- chum, and lean Kendall, and back row: lane Montgomery, and Rhoda Fulton. - -if T51 -Q, Naam , , w 'H 7-QA,..c 5 'ijfwr Tennis is the most popular sport on the campus being enjoyed by men cmd women alike, and each year the W.A.A. holds a tournament to determine the co-ed champ. Another popular activity among the Women is the intramural Women's basketball games. Below, Maxine and Mildred Reetz, Con tar side of netl, and Eileen Donaldson and Frances Tomlinson find recrea- gf ' f ,Li ,rar tion in a game of badminton. 113, The women's athletic program is divided into intramural sports clubs, and co-educational sports. The intramural sports consist of volley- ball in the tall, basketball and swimming in the Winter, and baseball, tennis, and archery in the spring. The riile club and the hockey club com- pete With women of other schools. Master Dance and Amphibians are for the interpretive dance and swimming enthusiasts among the women. Co-educational sports clubs for both men and Women are badminton, and fencing. RET VAN AMPI-IIBIANS AT PLAY ARE: MARGA MATRE PULLING THE TOE OF MARGARET YOUNG: OTHERS ON THE BOARD FROM LEFT TO RIGHT ARE: JEAN WATSON, JANET MOR- RIS, MARTHA MCCLUNG: AND IN THE WATER AMPHIEIANS RELAX -sq MARY 1-HAT CHER BRN ES Q 'ra ..,,.mu-dvr? I' ,...Vi.T Y.: -.A .,f-" x ., ,, 1531, U I vmxwi H NE OFF -1-HE TEE. MARTHA Bo Mcc1.uNG BQUNCES oN THE Ang D,-,R SESSION. 'NG AN AMPHIBIAN 2, W 'sz if ,Q I-L f fu sag HE -, ,, c w fl vw ARTISTRY IN INTREPRETIVE RHYTHM IS THE HGBBY OF MASTER DA NCERS. ,wmfU' ssl UDIA 5EVlERv PR DENT NCE. CLA ASTER DA oF M FENCING ORE AND MORE POPULAR AMONG DEVDTEES OF MSOCIAL SPORTS." MEN AND WOMEN OFTEN BRING THEIR FCILS TOGETHER. IS BECOMING M Mez! I ,1 ,,,isfLEn.,,Q75 !gH,,.,, w fifigigwf I v ,, V w 1 w 5 w ws! qw V wr., I X A 4 s 1 5, x K, , - I z.. , 1 . 4 ' , W , . " " . ff V is - f - 'ff' M ' 'ifsxa rrrwiffvfflf ' A ,t it H f,n4'eJ'tf ska-- Jw W im-, 1 ,i MARY NEVINS AND OPAL MYERS AIM FOR BULLS EYES, T mural champions last year, go into a huddle. The girl ces Tomlinson, and going he University Street Co-op basketball team, intra with the whistle is Fran around counter clockwise, Eileen Donaldson, Beverly Steele, Maxine Beetz, Mildred Reetz, Flora Miller, and Betty Doughty. Lower left, it the archery enthusiasts can't wait till spring they shoot indoors in the winter. Below, the University Co-op won the intramural base- ball championship last spring. "Rusty" Tomlinson at bat while Mildred Sn left to right are: Betty Doughty, Eileen D Morrison, and Frances McCarter. yder stops 'em. Behind, from onaldson, Mae E5 SOFTBALL ON THE VVOMEN'S INTRA- Two ANGL Mumu. FIELD. v CLASS FROM SERGEANT BLYTHE AND GIRLS IN RIFLE TEAM BLACK UP SIGHTS FOR SHOOUNG. coach, shows some ot the Above, Sergeant Harvey Blythe, women's ritle team how to blacken sights on a target rifle. Last spring the women won 15 matches, tied one, and lost two out ot 18 postal matches shot with leading colleges and universities throughout the country. At Oregana press time the girls had won l3 postal matches out ot l6. Co-eds With Sergeant Blythe in the above picture are from lett to right: Mary Ann Nevins, Thelma Bouchet, Barbara Stallcup, and Ruth Ketchum, team captain. On a trip to compete with the women's rifle team ot the University ' l ot Washington the I-lusk 2400. iettes won 2323 to 2353 out ot a posslb e BEVERLY STEELE. WOMEN'S ALL- CAMPUS TENNIS CHAMPION. COEDS D WON 0 EMONSTRATE ST N RIFLE RANGE' TING pos., THREE KAPP MURA AS. W L voLLEyE,AL oMEN'5 ,NTRA ONE . OF THEIR WL CHAMPIONS ,N OR SE MOMENTS. if C0-Eos SHOW :RE s1'Am-,NG To TOUGH asv? MEN SOME T'T'0N. "WG COMPE. E-Q 9 Mt LMI S it Hr W511nrHQW! WW , ssl QOL,-,E VOLCHOK ACTIVITIES MANAGER GEORGE ROOT Director oi Educational Activities George G. Root, above, sweats over concert series, campus dances, annual weekends and publications. Liaison agent be- tween Oreqon students and outside World is continu- ous task of 1936 editor of nation's "pacemaker" Ore- qana. Left, Zollie Volchok plays part of assistant to "Boss" Root. Promotion man from Word "go," Zollie untanqles intricacies of press aaentry and student per- sonnel tor ASUO. JMtittxm mri 716 Comm' Sams I ! rf-11 fl , 1 'T 9 SIDENT of HARRY WESTON' PRE BNIS -:HB 1xssocux1ED STUD 1. ,QQ . 1-L, . 1' 5. Q' .-ga . M-G3 C. A . ,wr .....,.. - . ,LNB . - , 'Y-v'P?55E55iQ5x" . , 4 - ,MM fi , v ,I I-K., .u 7 ,.:fzze2iA.57 , ,,,L?2Eaf'i 2?2fmx sw .,' ,--N' M . . M W -ni? 1 db ..V,, - ' " '5 1 1 N WIKQZ t. 2141 1 - ,,,f tg. t ,. W, ,A W M t . . ,ir .tits wa' nm , 4 testi" M . ' :L- ,rn t mf 731, .ua in M2 ln' 7 um gf I, X W Winninq out bv a narrow marqin iast sprinq tion over his competitor, Harry Weston has een presidinq over Oreqon's extra-curricuiar activities this year. The Associated Students are orqanized as a separate unit ot University iite. Members are underaraduates who pav the op- tionat tees each term, exercise riaht ot sutteraqe in two year-oid proportionai representation etec- tions each May betore tunior Weekend. 'Yreas' urer Waiiv Xohansen, varsity basicetbaiier, or- qanized ASUO constitution iaii term into book torm tor student body distribution. Zane Kemier. Kovi Cup winner, stumped the campus tor exam- ination, registration and qrade retorms. Presi- dent Weston, Cinder track star, acted as iiaison aqent between students and the two ASUS ad- ministrative qroups: Athietic Board and Educa- SFQASIQEIENT tionai Activities Board. Prthtetics and intercoi- ieqiate competitions are pianned by the tirst, ati other tunctions are supervised bv the iatter board. Sociai and poiiticat iite tor underarads is modeied atter worid outside the campus. g 1,21 ti JEA tt S N E? t Y t ECREE'-ALM . E' , ARYER -1 . 5' :rt it - . ,W Y - usfzn -tg WALL TREASURER Y JOHANSEN . -sr, 'Tw :ren ,, ,t ggi 259 HA VIJEEETSA RESIDEWN 0 ear icrw student, Bob Boiiey, bcts been qcxi technique as Senior Cioss d by or sincere srniie, Each term d First-y ' his ie Biesse triction. ' ' tereste iyrnq yeor . cioss ses in attit- CPD nt this intro- asses ocicti preside Bob bds rnet iittie Horny de Pittord, treasurer, tourth yeotr students tour bits eotcb ior s iotion. Outward vctiue irorn investment is revecti- ed in Senior Bdii ticket reduction winter term. Cioss spirit ot qrodncttinq students is iow, tew rnernbers conqreqctted to eiect the otticers: presi- dent Botiiey, vice president Harriet Sctrozin, sec- retory Xeon Hoirnes and treasurer Horny de Pit- tdrd. Your sessions ioorn up cis irnportdnt to rnern- bers in qood stctndinq. Tbey are tbe sprinq terrn eiection, Senior Bctii, the rneetinq to seiect out- stondinq senior tor Aibert Cup C1WNO.Yd, ond deci- sion to beqnedtb University with qiit iust prior duction. to QTC1 L..-L, L- JEAN H SECRETARY OLM ES . mme V nz Qld? A at gs, is ..Fl.!: gfsgg:'f ' A fl -QE ' . , gl, . W TT ARD ROMY DE Pt TREASURER " Q, . .31 4 ,Asif N? , , my if: 1? . A if '-J v.5S'4"S'gS-ff , W lghmn P Q 5.5 ,,,',k . ' . A G 1- , " . k 4 ,. P453 A - 35314 , 3,5 15 'ff' Q . E?S1,1"1 P. 1,2 fwv S-, ,l"h1' '.".. -A.,,,1gf P' -an aww Q I reg, vit , , 1 V ,Z Mg - ' 'fig , ' L. f' Q Sf SSSQSE K gaywl ,' gn., 1 T?-ig? I F Sgmon CLASS o ROBERT BA1LEY,PRES1DENT 261 QWN:-Q P Ig "1-.eg-IQ" .f WH- -. . ' f 'ifgixhix ii-v..' ii, Qi " ' ' 'H ' J , N Q L 2 I , JK' . . Y if-if .4 , Q - , . , wg - x 'W 5 E -' J KP 49" fi' W 4 -N . - ' - nl ' 1' . '. '.-L 14 4' , l, - , , ' - 1 5 47" A, 2 ' I . J ' :T .. Mp ,saw .75-ii' is , , , . N . L,,.r.fg', v 1 ,zu 'L 14' rum .1 L LQ ff' ,P Otticiai tamiiy ot Oreqon's V940 ciass inciudes president Scott Corbett, yice president Rita Wright, secretary Betty Cowan who was repiac- ed winter term by Nyce Proaers, and treasurer tryin Mann Known tor their stream-iined poiiti- cai strateay, the iuniors provided campus iooic- ers-on much coior beiore eiections iast May. Out- standing activity each year is iunior Weekend. pians tor which beaan in December materiaiiz- ina in the middie ot sprina term. Unique amona ciass associations, it decided throuqh treasurer tryin Mann to otier cut-rate membership rates 1 h ee terms tor price ot two. as induc emerit t r ETA UPSiLON VW TH eryice hono hi Theta Upsiion is Oreaorfs junior ciass s omen. Made prominent by piedqina popuiar co-eds, this aroup eiected Rita Wriaht president tirst ot schooi year. Not aitiiiated A ociety, the iocai dev otes its activities to spon- t r deyeiopment ot cuiturai ' ssions nationai s qroups o ot discu with any ' eiete hobby t as ieaders the ?hrtom bers rotate t' ons. sorinq ' 'duai mem ' ' ' rqanizai ts indivi n s hyinq o interes . which take piace in wome NER. FIRST ROW: BETTYLOU SW ART, JEANETTE NAP RITA WRIGHT. PATSY TAYLOR, BETTY JEAN VAN DELLEN. BETTY LOU KURT1.. 'JANE MONTGOME . SECOND ROW: MARY FAILING. JOAN MURPHY, MARY THATCHER. BLANCHE BROWNE. ANNE FRED- RIKSEN, LORAINE GJORDING, BETTY COWAN, JEAN KENDALL. LAVERN LITTLETON, GENEVIEVE TREAD- GOLD r L-.iii i -W K - P,,-VggQwi,b,,,sa- -Jn , ' 'I my i , 9 - 'z ' Q 3-'ff .rw - in K sf - . I ' r if Q 'Q " "' . , r . .r:. . st ' I n ,Q y X Q' I S A yr' 23544 r Wt "' ' 2- W sf- , . r t' K gn -, ,., . H' H ' A .WH eg ' sL:?,:'gf,,-- Q? .i-1y.:'J l g . ,K H., Qijf - E cjfg 3 4,314 4, .: ' '.s ' ,Z Y . ., .4 M 6" gs- "1Sw,e3f 1 . A - f ' 55:4 1-" ri 4 N ' V J ' - A ' ' 'I Wi - :- f i t " 5 -F'-iifr' . it ' ' '42 Qwgrf 'x 'L '- W 'rd-in 'H tn' fiiqggfsw "V .3 ' ff. .441 yr- ' - - ., 1 .r , it ,,, . ...if I 3 ff-Ck. ' ,.cT'Qt'ef4-A-Q, i -i 'HL' it - -,. -if-5. , ,Q " ' gg ' " - -Q ' sig-if mm '.,.r z 55 , -,Ni . ,gjufn iiiitl' , 1 ' - : " ' X ' 48' x l f gf "E ti f-Z Q GM 4 , r ,I . ' V - 412.17 'ff f Win' 3-ef33",,, - -5, ' sg.-4 V , I x V gil. 5,4 , ,. IRV I TREAN MANN 263 264 Sophomore ciass maies are distinguished by iheir moieskin trousers, co-eds by their associa- tion with the iormer. Ptpproachinq the meridian oi coiieqe iiie when orqanization is naturai and popniar, the sophomores are not enervated when eiection season roiis around. Sprina term saw Kina oi Hearts winner, Stan Siaiqer, made pres- ident in a warm batiie oi biocs. Other oiiiciais chosen were vice president Barbara Pierce, sec- Xean Kneass, treasurer Lioyd Suiiivan. associations membership is ants pnrchas' PIERCE. BARB ARA SIDENT ViCE PRE retary Liice aii other ciass ' ior certiiicaie aspir Bqqesi activity oi his- ied to run cards. i more W restric iiar term ' ' ai Sopho beard ina haii do qroup is Oreqorfs tradition icerino which popuiarizes iwo weeks oi ' each winter term. QYOWXDQ .IEA SECN K R NE E1-ARQSS' cis :L -is 1 5 Mg' : 4 K ' ul, Z.: ia, - fi 'TJ 'iii-'J H TV E F. E qph STAN STAIGER MOLESKIN PRESIDENT LLOYD SULLIVAN. TREASURER Tm - 1-mm u 'wt' -f, A A ' 'sw A . fu , . 'X P W' Y.. 'Q ' 5 .4 Y EH' W ' mu .. ui.: J. 4 4 , !5.fc1.,pv:,,g,Q!L',, X: X, .15 X Y M, u,ff,g . x, .1 s 'fl ' " wr' -M: "gg :M " P ' ' ' f :Y , I ':-1 E Tk, . , .Wu 1' -57-Y ., 4 . -- w 'wi 31. W, . is f 1. ' A wfmwn A, LX.. , AFS.. 1'-vt Wh H H 1 U , Y iii!! ' Qs, 265 PR ESID ENT GR I WANNA: TlOOKtE TlEGiST1lATt0 THEN FORTE Otiicered bv Grace irvin, president, Samet Gor- eskv and Pat Bruqman, the Kwama qroup repre- sents Oreqon's sophomore service honorary tor women. Last sprinq term, Mortar Board dance was picked tor piedqinq ceremonies. Their stan- dards tor membership include schoiarship, de- mocracy and cooperation in schooi service. Like aii service honoraries, the underciass qroup is orqanized to serve the University on the campus. its most prominent work is reveaied Freshman Week each 'raii term when qreen co-eds are ACEIR V1N aided in reqistration and campus orientation. Distinctive are their nattv white sweaters bearinq a biack riqht anqie with three Greek ietters. , 4 if ? Fmsr now: MAJEAN GLOVER. BARBARA s1'At.i.cuP. DONNA marc:-tum. BETTY Bucs-tANAN. GRACE mvm. BARBARA Ptsncs. ssccmo now: JANET GORESKY. JEAN amass. NANCf as-rr-1 AMES 'rump Row: ELEANOR swim, FAT TAYLOR. GENEVIEVE CASEY- coorsn. - Fourm-t Row: BARBARA Fuuos. sus PEM.: BETTY NORWOOD 'Sc xi U 7 V ' if '5 ,.-1-'-'mm , gt Nj ' - L ' F ' 1" ll wb' '."Q.jj3M - " I .f " '1 ' ' sy L32 ,L f -' p-its :ii , I . g I I , ri 1 .I ' ' I . , f L ' f - i FIRST Row: HARRISON BERGTHOLDT, JI MIN. sEcoN M PICKETT. JACK SHIMSHAK. HUGH MCMENA D ROW: STANLEY STAIGER. GLEESON PAYNE. RICHARD WILLIAMS, BOB KEEN. J. L. MONAHAN. THIRD ROW: LLOYD SULLIVAN. BOB CARLON. BILL KNIGHT. KENNETH ERICKSON. ART HANNIFIN Tall, slim and bl ull and Dagger president, Harrison Bergtholdt. Broad, deep and fair are the organization 's objectives The sophomore men's service honorary has in- creased its field to promotion of Oregon outside PREWDEN1- HARRIS of the campus. With an eye to raising standards ON SERGTI-:oLnr and boosting prestige, the group this year fought the "mops and brooms" method of winning mem- bership. Pledges were picked last spring term at Frosh Glee on their rating in activities, class ser- vice and character. Elections of new officers fol- lowed soon after pledging. Beside Bergtholdt, the executive committee consists of Lloyd Sullivan, lim Timmins and jack Shimshak. onde is handsome Sk ACTI VI TIES, CHARAC TE CLASS SERVICE, R: SKULL AND DAGGER 2 XCEP o v if P056 Two hundred and seventy-five Frosh Class card holders went to the polls in October, finished up a hasty pre-election campaign. Ballots totaled a margin of twenty-five for lack Daniels ovei competitor in the presidential contest. Other '42 class officers were vice president Florence Kin- d, treasurer Bob NSY, SGC retary Betty De!-Xrmon ain- Calkins. As in previous years, the frosh rem ed quiet and watchful during first two terms, orienting themselves to campus extra-curricular life. Spring term, president Daniels began mak- ing appointments, throwing personnel machine into high gear. Results were the Frosh Frolic heralding spring with white apparel for dance lovers. BETTY m:ARMOND- SECRETARY Y . E WUN:glOEN1 I 263 ,l BOB CAL TREASURQQNS C-'Ls ii .gy 'mm .sig , M s -' S , E' SE '4?5?.sS x N . E 1 55 L-ssl' . - . fu .., Jwihmg-L ni as , 55' 15: k 2123525 4 ,,,. N Xu U mg!! H N yhkfqlg iw . Z 2'-..mk A ,f i ' 1 , ,. i- ' ' ji ' 5 '- 3: QQ? H H ggi, 'N' ,V-L.""7'i Wg W: HN A H V . V L W ' R5 'biz' Mgggg ,. H 3A5?iQw1g!!,w,1:,VQ o.,'uf Q ' - Z, .L fi V " If " X vw - '1l1mLlW ' !L3eEMmSfE?+7 ag gr --V' - V Qe f 2-gg 5 ,W V V Y 4 JS. . '-- . . 7g3,n,..N- W I-535515.:..' Ur" ' " gif, - E . E, El? ' an iw . X SF 3 ' 553-JE'-H 5' N, sw" H , '51, E. .f 1 15, :N pw, if - .4 1 -'C 'W . - ,fp IACK DANIELS nm, .f 2 -Q -- g A-.-.W N ff 'Q E559 4-4' A-C' -hguxav-4 -, ' ,, ., A if . N, AWS Pmzsxoam ELIZABETH STETSO ANNE FREDERIKSEN URER SECRETARY-TREAS ,W astirnes at Co-ordinatinq att-wornen's qroups and p Oreqon seerns to be the probtern ot Associated Wom- en Students. Superintended by schoiariy Elizabeth Stetson, its oiiiciat stati includes vice-president Peqqv Peebier, secretary-treasurer Anne Frederiksen, re- porter Peqqv Robbins and sergeant-at-arms Barbara Pierce. Co-ed Capers attracts more envious attention trom mate underqraduates than any other AWS iunc- tion. A winter term sociat, this Geriinaer Halt tunction is restricted to feminine students. "Men Keep Out" i ns and athletic ternaie poiice insure with rare ex 5 G ceptions absence ot mates. EBLER . XDENT VE P6964 s NHCE PRE vii PEGGY ROBBINS. REPORTER KMAN RUTH KET- FHIST ROW: MURIEL BEC . CHUM. ANNE FREDERIKSEN. JEAN PALMER. WRIGHT. PATSV TAYLOR, PEGGY JANE ND ROW' RITA PEEBLER. GRACE IRVIN. SECO - BETTY RIESCH. MARY ELIIABETH NORVELL. ELIZABETH STETSON. BARBARA PIERCE BARB SERGARA P'ERCE EAN-r.A1-,ARMS :Mtg ' fit In iii? . N .a U 'gl 5 A . U ,' 'E l dt' X -l sk' ' -I I K l Xu ,V . N K Q , 'fi .Max t ekxg ,X 5 . .QA 219' x Q49-Q85 ,1 UNVJEFB OjlOuNo ave M59 M P-N ,Q -f ,Um CH'-Q,"QLm1ofN CAR tori BETH mk - M AR A 7 t.ifi'iF"Fi . r t lil A tu' fy E1 "CAR I VAL!" UNDERGRAD BARKERS RAISE FUROR Bossecl into rnaterialization by chairman Marionbeth Wolfen- den, the annual Associated Womens Carnival earned money tor the AWS coffers last spring term. Games of Chance and skill, reminders ot other days, attracted underqrads. Merry-go-round outside Igloo stamped Carnival as small-town celebration. Even- ing was climaxed with slim, blonde Scott Corbett auctioning Oregon's ten best dates, each with a full lunch basket. EOF 272 J 7, ull - ff CHANCE GAMES ELIMINATE NEED OF SKILL AUCTIONEER FOR CO-ED, IS SCOTT CORBETT ,F A- t m ui.. ' wmwmisxf ,iw .1-fg.,:..,,X V , 4' A --vu, V 'ar . llfgn V i: N . ,A I. W5 X ' , 51,1 0 sg- . 9 NX Q X X fy .fi A+ F06 6' X ark N 1, Or X9 O - w,..--ew. P ,Sf 4 .X s 9 V . rm . -1 n- X , H, PXQI O fb Q, S uma, , lc Slof o, Q O . " al .....,. 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Ciossitied os tbinicer type qroduote circies, "Dutcb' bos wordtl puncb penetrates editorioi coiimins tor popnioi consump- tion. bothered by budqets, circuiotion ond notionoi ' ' worries, business ntclnoqer Hoi ifioener ' ices tret ov ei tinoncinq ASUO adv ertisinq 'on to qrin, to 's ottice. tinds occosi on os tote ot bi 0 ews OTC1. 273 EDYYOB ,.,f" NEW5 'UP F P- 9110 E EAR-5 NG G EMERALD 1 5 R mr-N NE F0 Us ,NE an HE wEm.coME Annan LAB ev PHO 5NGFA 5 P n4olNG- QW THE EMERAL FROM cHANGs::P TO sp-'ACK T EERNADIQEAZZ WOMEN-ZEESCENE RVEyIN WMAN ITQR FEMININ G OLD ST Is CA'-'G E ANGLE omes To HT - GET 274 ,i W! -. -.,,L x X FROM PASSING -ro Bun JE News Eorron surs -nv 'ro navon-r LEN Assam. wr-no FAILS 'ro OR cuss wmv: nEAm.ms THE MACHINE THE STORY IN ETAL GOES TO BETTY JANE FSON ENDOWED WITH THE KLESS TASK OF PULLING 5. I . I svlcxv FROM FRESH INK.THE PROOF IS CHECKED ev READERS Fon Possi- BLE ERRORS. OES TO PRESS FROM SPACE SELLING TO SPORTS, THE EMERALD LETS ELBERT HAW- KINS DECIDE NOT TO CUT COPY OF FIST-POISED GEORGE FASERO. ABOUT SAME DESK, SMILE JOHN BIGGS, "BLACK" GEORGE FASERO, JIM LEONARD AND MILT LEVY IN ACT OF FILLING EIGHT COLUMNS WITH ATHLETIC NEWS. ,1- ONCE CORRECTED, THE STORV IN METAL GOES TO MAKE-UP MAN STEVE KABV. .nM TIMMINS ASSISTS IN ORGANIZING PAGE FORMS. WS ,. '-M,.,fmwa,,' I-' 5. TH YE +......Y,. E STAFF H AM- -r AS Qu: LOCIEEDHE PAF-En Gg' ' THE FORSS'-'GLY IN MEF'-S 'ro ago FORTH UNEEBQUNCE Q: crmsgs ggxsr PRESS RWBELLY OZKGAND S- ' I THOUSIE, 'QATERIIIZIIEQT S'Ngf: LEAV OPIES I THR E E FOLDER Op EMER EE T'5 FOUR or I-'Nos A L D BOE' PENLANDR WATCHFuL - PRESSMAN 275 Six X ff" 'Q X 'X Sf L X Sc? Q Q NL, f , ' 'AQAMH W? : 'H ,. . if-f, 3' lx 'f 'ff' " I , K fnilfi- he E ,U , A W. Pa.-f 1 Br Aw 1, ' 'ct . :: :-:fb1',i.i'y5,:gz,..-. ' fyh. Q55 . 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AND RALLIE5 GAMES WORKED HARD FOR G INCLUDES. SEATED: A , IRGINIA REGA A HAM V DICK WILLIAMS. H V TOP-E V I I eq ,X S405 ' II 'ig I 6' T till? .5 I Framework, above, for Oreqon's Homecoming bon- fire on Twentieth Street sub-marginal lands is swarm- ing with Freshman Class activity. At left, closeup shows that structural engineering plays part in annual pyrotechnic display for graduates. NNEQQM nu NG Darkness is defied by Class of '42 males as their in- flarnmable pile of paper and Wood point fiery fingers heavenward. Grads delight in trosh antics, reminisce as they toast Shins at sidelines. 279 iris 'fel . I I 4.5 fi? Headed by Dic , xtensive progra d nd lt 'w' tt pf, uae' -are 12- 94 O 16" P1 90 99' 90 9 v- ffl -4 9' P-99 l t rm Homecoming Week- kWatson the tal e ms ever plan- end gave one ot the most e ned tor Oregon grads. Thousands oi pepsters whoope a howled irom Willamette at Fiith Street to Nineteenth and ' ' he noisiest oi Noise Parades. Ptlurns us tree Ferry the iirst night in t registered at lohnson Hall, were attracted by camp decorations. Graduate letterrnen paraded around Hayward iield Saturday atternoon in traditional manner with worn and borrowed "O" sweaters. At two, the ldaho-Oregon iootball scrimmage begang halt-time saw card stunts and parade by the Duck band. Alurns iollowed up the game with a mixer in Eugene's armory where bull-sessions were popularized. Prior to a tull evening ot swing in McArthur Court, the campus crowds heard l-larry Barris' orchestra in an unique teature concert. At nine P. lvl. the Coconut Grove band pepped up alums and undergrads, turned bas- ketball tloor into Los Angeles dance pavilion. Features oi the dance included tapping oi pledges by black-robed lvlor tar Board members and Friars adding to the senior . One o' clock permission made evening memor oraries to campus Coeds. .X I 155, p-P li. 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Experienced in Atlantids marlin fishing, she found little trouble baiting her own hook, catching the biggest trout. While her accompan- ist, a University of Indiana German prof, quoted Goethe, she treated her fisher friends to steak dinners, insured herself of ardent admirers. v-'1 ll. ,I 1 PROOF N PRHM' oo A FISHERMAN FROM THE "MET' NA CAN Fl sri P' - ei'-we BOARDING ,T"'- , nw. '--Ay SQA T SERIQ Us TASK 0 sf x -U . Qi ' , Q ',, ll! 1 Q ff, ' 2 A f" .fy if " I N 'Q X r Q. r xg-ajax QWFQ .' J . :A x 11. -iw'--X . Na.. 4" 3 2- ,, j Q, 3,11 X , 5 -f kr f.?', U , 'fxg , M ' Q 15 R B9 V , WE-Pb1 .f""g'x fall? 'X s has Jgjrwli f i . ,xx , . fa ' W 1511? 1. Q If Q' .KJ IL! LJ I f. .., C7 1 HQ if .. , I I 4 - fr, STAN STAIGER AND DICK CO-CHAIRMEN WILLIAMS PAUSE WITH POPULAR BAND LEADER DICK JURGENS WHO IS CENTER ERE BACK- FEMININE INTEREST AND IS H BY HAPPY. SNEEZY AND GROUNDED DOPEY OF FAIRY TALE FAME HIS BID OPEN HOUSE FALL TERM, Pl F GIGGOLO5 GOODNIGHT. BELOW, OREGANA PHOTOG CATCHES THETA DEBUTANTES AND LAW SCHOOL STUDES IN RENDEZVOUS X, SX QQ '-- , ' A ' 'lf 4 CD t ,L F f 'If f' XX Jr' H, a' It li . ' I -I A .Fav FRosH CLAS Es 1- 5 PRE wH'T2Lr:AwrrH Nzwlfinr TIGER PM NNE w Y ACCLAIMEDNE Mix. A HAI, DOPEY LOOKSNQW S QN FALL TERM HELL 0 DAN MANNED av ELMER HANSSE xii CHAIR- GRAsPs RIGHT PAW Q ING F RABBLEROUSER PAUL CUSH- QI 'L . .if ' If 2 - .11 1-, X' . 94" , V N C L 1' M N. 4 ' - a x., 1 -"A . V 1 .- -I5 .' . . -,- 5 . ,U - "H , 4- '. L ,I 1 ',:-'5'- -'E -L 45,1 ' ' 5 . 5' .. " - ' N1 - 4" 7 ' L' VF f -' -' 1" '-2" ff - 13'-. T' 22' + L...-.Mu ., fp . HI 2,- zl.,,. , AW. , ".l Inq ' VZ. 1.55. -1"'.- nz- ':,,'-.-. ' '- -. +. -.V Jr, . , gn. law 3 s i -, 4- ,- L. -, .,: 3-9 I. T"e"i' I' '-1 I- " 'W ', , " 1" Eff,-f,", 4 'x " - ' ", 'I .- an A14 -, -, '- V 4' '."N1. ,haf , f., :-A I-V 1. 'X 1 .pm . , A V, , Q . - - .1,,. . ,, .,4.,w,, , , ., 1 , ' ,mv in ' ' 'r Y T X ' i A Ar , Q ' ,,, . , T M, H R. A , my Q4 , new H ' W X H H ,gafgu , , FEATHER MERCHANTS BACKG VIDED AP ROUND FRO- PROPRIATE TH YEA EME FOR SECOND R CELEBRATORS IN GERLINGER HALL. BART WOODYARCVS ORCHESTRA BLEW THE MUSIC WHILE WIND FROM SWISH OF FEET ELEW THE SPINELESS FUZZ ON MANLY SOPHOMORE FACES Non BE' WAS Ho GER. T BEARD ' MANA SECOND BESN EMERALD 5 DAY..-wo WEEKS STQWED lg? Has REWARDNFERFREE SHAVE STAN""'1m.oN WAS O ARTIST OF PREEMPUS .YONSQRIAL FROM CA gf' ff , ggi? wif W 39' as fs 'ly fv. SOP SKERINO CUL TWO WEEK HOMORE WHI MINATED A ATTEMPT ON CLASS PART MEMBERS T0 T OFM ALE GROW HAIR ON ALL OO SMOOTH FACES. FIRST PRIZE AWARD WENT TO EARL RORVICK MUCH N WHO EEDED FREE N RECEI VED SHAVE WHILE RUN- ERS-UP ENVIOUSLY L00 KED ON 'Li-ff ,.--we 'S J Gm 289 avolj-V , ,xv K 1 . v , , Q! .ff 'X L af ' - I. " T ..r,. ' X XXX mil' L' C 1 r I X X H I A- , X w E2-I 5 -,ici M ,Y f, wa, 1 .5 X , iv I fi Y 'fl N N ,ACR xxx, xii .L xL X- Q- fm f-:av f 3 AUTOGRAPH SEEKERS RAN WILD AFTER RAN WILDE'S SINGER GAY ADAMS. BELOW LEFT, AT MCARTHUR COURT'5 SENIOR BALL. BE- LOW CENTER, DANCERS IN FORMAL ATTIRE ARE BOUNCED BACK TO REALITY BY OCCASIONAL GLANCES AT BASKETBALL HOOP BE- YOND BAND LEADER. RIGHT, BAND'S NOVELTY STUNT5 GET BAND- STAND CROWD WITH GOURD SOLOIST RECEIVING HIS SHARE OF OGLING EYES it 'i6fE'E C-I-IE ,-.e.. 1. I ,f 1 CROSSED SABRES GREET COLONEL LYON AND F WRIGHT, ABOVE LEFT, AS THEY LEAVE OFFICE PLATFORM AT WINTER TERM MILITARV FORN ABOVE RIGHT. SCABBARD AND BLADE MEMB PRESENT ARMS TO PLEDGES. LEFT, LITTLE COLO WRIGHT AND STAFF: LITTLE MAJORS WILLA M INTOSH, ROSEMARY DIAGE, PHYLLI5 GARDNER I DORIS ROBISON: COLONEL LYON: MAJORS E RETT. CRISSY. SPENCER AND PETTEE. SCABB AND BLADE CHAIRMAN. JACK GAVIN. KNEEL FOREGROUND -gf 4 as-ff. 'i !'l , ns 'W 2.1 3 5 li x , 'Q ,rx - T-1 WJ' fi, na mf- -- L Sb . ,-' f-C"""" w Q seawfffgf-" ,V .' ' N"15:i!.. fb' '3 ' ig A H 'I : A " V L N rf ,O - . NL Amer' 1 ..: fs' 1 'Qu if vv 'gm wr' x, ' - wg M, L 1, Ely. x g.. 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' .BL .4-Q is ' 'if XFSSSRZJ 5,36 . .4 mu, a Q xx X gi? wx ,V -ff , STUDENT PRESIDENT BARNEY HALL MC'5 F ollowinq one day after campus poli- tical elections carne to a head, the Iunior Weekend opener was welcom- ed by strained blocs and fence strad- dlers. Classes were dismissed Friday noon and all students, faculty rnern- bers, visitors headed toward husky trees between historic Deady and Friendly Halls for the traditional All- Carnpus Luncheon. Food was rnunche ed between pledging ceremonies oi Mortar Board and Friars, dunlcinqs by Order of the "O" men, and Coronation of Queen Virginia I. Rules of the lunch: avoid conversation with oppo- site sex, do not wear white shoes and ties, and beware of athletes. O ASKLEPIADS OUT Providing satire at the stream, ambitious students postluded picnic with burlesque Canoe Pete in Mill- race. Swimmers were needed since floats lacked sta- bility and buoyancy. Freshmen headed for Skinner's Butte to paint the cement "O" in lively yellow. Frosh Class prexy Tiger Paine encouraged slides down slip- pery blocks to spread paint and brand courageous yearlings. Bans on conversation between sexes were lifted by dunk-crazed Order of the "O" rneng campus returned to norrnalcy once more. With a smooth cement floor, the Library terrace was quickly con- verted into an open air dance floor. Blessed with per- fect weather, the day ended with students, faculty members, visitors predicting the smoothest of Iunior Weekends had run a third of its course. MORTAR BOARD'5 SEARCH ROYAL COURT OF QUEEN VIRGINIA I TER E RAC FOR NEOPHYT S SHA E DANCE D OWS AT LIBE Sv-Tl A --11 . Y, V V xi'-Ml :-- ,. X .,., 1, .pf . A wa? ,MJ QUE UN EN ASCENDS DER DRAWN S . tw J i MPH GAMM C CO NETRU l DELTS X5 P-ND PH T CANOE FETE EN -f 'pf vs 4.1 TR ANT HAWA 1 FLQATQQNDZARADGE WN T H E MILLRACE RET FRU-E SAMMY LOAT KN THE MNH ,cn NG '-an X' -la. F- I - x . . -1 'Fu b 'C is 1 3, AUL SUNY AN ROPPED UP SFP-N TASTXC OXISP gf," A w ly . , it , ,Mn I K- mf-f'?' . 5 W i a I I ne r,1l pi! I 4 I A f l' nl, j ' , , ' ' 9 41: me WL r- W' , X . if 6 ,, , .V -P .L 2 tm , 1 A ' '- 1 , I ,. W, V A G 2 , , 'Q m ,D ' Qljgifli 1, A . M a 1, i 4 1 ,ff 1 ' 1 i ' 1 iff Lf' Y L ., w., n 3 X 1 W 1 v ..5,,,Jj lfjlqiija, Q 'L ,A-' If - , f W - y .- ,1 f ' I ' I I A ,s J' 1'-Y, . 41 I f 5 I j V V 1 F I X W ,,,,. N I f' V 1 L J, 'A A 'WALL lvf 'id 1 I faf' ' IM I U fl W q IQ Q. f 1 1' Q I Y q sf- 1 3 qi,g'wi,',sw .wi .mr .,,. w7m',,,lWQYii'5f3C' "f-l'-Vin i A ,,Ax,iW,:1,WJA,,:., ,W ,,,,N,.rW1 ,,,l,vW.,:.-iii .g.-1-ig, 'wr y. vfjhg. 'L,Ai,.c- 1 .Ji- Q X W X, "-1 H1 M qw 5, - ' ,,Mi:qql1,'Quw'simwawffwfwl' .ll A-A fi- ,,,, mil 'iiiiiii ll , , ,iw iw , 1 .W ,.,g,5.5f,.:,V A ii------.-...',,f ' - 7 7 Sports played a part in Oregon's lun- ior Weekend. Smoothly-rolled Howe field held baseball-minded spectalors who watched Washington lose two games. Fated to feel the sock of foul balls was McArthur Couri looming up in the background as home of Ore- gon's indoor stadium. W -........-.W........ WEEKEND WELCOME W Mothers and quests were welcomed cmd registered Crt lohnson Hall then sent off for C1 Iuriior Weekend of pic- nics, dcmces, ietes- cmd concerts. The merry month of Moy sow Oreqorfs administrative building well dressed with locust trees. , . f .Y J 1-. Vl A F F. HL , Q 1. Q, D l 4 5 5 -- r , ral' W MH. .A lv, -A, -4 ' 'tif i 1-If 7 . .0 'P 5 -,sm if wa J ag' ..- I aww M X-'Tj-, r i- A WILLIE FRASER, JUNIOR WEEKEND BOSS V it . This qen- Work horse with an executive rnind is Willie Prager eral chairman tor Iunior Weekend made Class ot '39 members step lively in producing the nationally iamous Oregon celebra- tion last spring term. Outstanding iunior woman and man were Marionbeth Woiienden and 'Zane Kemler who received their respective Geriinger and Koyl Cups tor scholastic and activity ents Retiring Mothers' Club president, Mrs. A. C. Green- during lunior Weekend attainrn . l to Mrs. C. H. Weston ' Weston, wood, passed gave business meeting. Coinciderital is election ot son, Harry to-student ' da beiore. body presidency y p wtNN Pm-AUD 'ww' cu CROWDS A -use KF-W-ER GERLI M NGE ARIONBEZHCLVLP GOES 1 QLFEN n MRS. C MRS A. H' WEST ' ' C. ON A GREENWOOND D LEAV E Mus lc SCH 2 t OQL .MW Q K :FM 1. J. ,J -0.- 1 1 3' V6 i w ,f 2 . " vga- e X- - X ' -' mv. -GF" i X ev f 4? di. - nv' "5 .L 4 l"A '1 ' , 5' . ' v ,., y.,J , A. A U" :E N l V 534' fx f . A ' WX V -P' fi I. EFF ' ' A .JL f V 4 , X gi: i ' Fl' , f 'f f?,,7g if '. nf I .Q-as-. N ' ,W - .1 ff -V b - ' : , I, f M " F: 4 5 ,Z-111 lf ' l I - 'K' 1- ' L .S 12' I 7' fait hi, .L 1 ,- 4 f ,V 1 : gif If . f 1' lf 3 ,jd iq, - Tr. s'-. " Hf '1Q.--E , V. 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' 4:55 f' ffif "i" igifiiii Anne Waha stole pnze for populcrrlty at Frosh Glee last sprmg Chosen Snow Whxte by dance A N H A couples she rexgned as top femmme freshman during the term Best all-around woman of the Iunior Class was title pinned on M'nbhW1id1I'Wkd.A h',h M A 0 N N N iiecgtzshoijzxrshiza iinwii ctgcivsgggzo cii: gzrlingiiiixpfnmor S e in FQ? . si . ,,,,,,.av' ,ll ...l J ff X' 1, 5 5 W an . -M. v. wiv 5, x 1, xl ,. If -,- U ,:V ,j4'Hl... -.-- X .f.-Q, .1 Hx' - I TNf.j.?gf 'QNX ,, .-4"-xy - x ' Y ya axk , z XQQ:-,,',4 '.N'vY , 1 Q Y V- ., x 1 x . .5654-ff, Ax' 'XX l I N 5 x 1 ' M ,Ky ,Cy :NL ft' :yi -- K5xXLc,q23f5QxN,XXgf "XM 'SX X I 1 4x 4- I 'Q .9 NW . 'S ,Lg K VF o i 1 3551 'x x A L x 1,32 nk Wing- 1, 31 , - Mi + . -Jw. L Nj M- , V JST?" ., ,,. :+I Tri, 2 ,, . i,1f'f.i.!I1 T 1 wf 1 134 ,, rf. 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BILL VAN DYKE, BRUCE JOHNSTON, CHANDLER STEVENS, BILL SCOTT, RAY STUART WEBB, ROD MCMILLAN, LEON OLMSTEAD Organized to make undergrads more keen about good books, the House Librarians group torrns a spider- BRUCE web oi cultural interests among all campus living or- ganizations. Picked by individual house elections, the members have responsibility of securing desired read- ing material for their living room cronies. With Bruce Iohntson as president the group has taken an active interest in popularizing the Browsing Room. The group gained a natural growth in importance with the opens ing of Oregon's half million dollar library last year. Two hundred thousand volumes are available from which these librarians may choose the best for their living organizations. 4 JOHNS' ON RULES A5 PRES IDENT HOUSE LIBRARIANS WESLEY CLUB ONE OF OREGON'S MORE ACTIVE RELIGIOUS GROUPS IS THE WESLEY CLUB. ITS CAMPUS ACTIVITIES CENTER AT WESLEY HOUSE ACROSS THE STREET FROM UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL. THIRTEENTH AND ONYX STREETS. THE METHODIST COLLEGE GROUP IS PRE- SIDED OVER BY MARY FIELD. MEMBERS IN- CLUDE: FIRST ROW: MARION FULLER, MARV FIELD. DOROTHY ROWLAND. JAY PUTNAM. SECOND ROW: WARDEEN HADLEY, MARTHA LAMPA. DICK CHAMBERS. THIRD ROW: HAYES BEALL. SARAH BEALL. MERLE WALEY ,f QQ ,Q QP 10 ,- si Nei. ' KEY- ' , HAWAII I WALTER TCHCQCK FROM E1-gli. NK HI D 5-fUDENTi WESLEY :RESIN FRA CJ A1-D' LEN, wwau: gift-Y DE. wu.m.lA't'fE:v .nM WARN' ' u CRGANGEEPHEN 5u5ELEANoR F0 HEAD or HAwAnANs IS FRANK Hvrcncocx wE:l'rR'A:. -Im REED' MU BERNARD DALY CLUB LOUNGING AT EAST ENTRANCE OF LIBRARY ARE SCHOLARLY STUDE5 RECIPIENTS OF BERNARD DALY FOUNDATION AWARDS. GIFTED BY THE UNIQUE WILL OF DR. DALY, THESE LAKE COUNTY UNDERGRADS RECEIVE A PART OR ALL OF THEIR COLLEGE EXPENSES. MEMBERS IN- CLUDE: DOUGLAS HAY, PATRICIA LAWSON. HELEN CONWAY, WILLIAM MURPHY, DOROTHY J. JOHNSON. OLOANNE DYKEMAN, LE ROY REAL, DOROTHY LOU HANAN, FREDA EVANS, CARTER FETSCH Grganizer and president of Hui-O-Kamaaina for three Years is husky Frank Hitchcock, architectural major from the sandy slopes near Dia- mond Head. Coming to lite originally as a social unit, the Students from Hawaii have since acquired a serious purpose. Today their efforts to Contact island high school graduates and Oregon alums are welcomed by the University officials. Likewise their chamber of commerce interest in Hawaii has promoted campus citizens into considering trips to the Pacific isle better than a tourist bureau might. The members are marked by the romantic songs they sing with spring term serenades welcome events to moon-struck students. HUI-O-I AMAAINA WC RUTH KETCHUNI. YW PRESIDENT fs, .41 A fs, 39 RCIA JUDKIN5, MARJORIE MONTGOMERY, HELEN HUTCHINSON. DARLENE IN SECOND ROW: MRS. EVANS, RUTH KETCHUM, DOR- MARY FAILING. THIRD ROW: ANNE HA. ELNA JOHNSON FIRST ROW: MA HMOR GRACE IRV . G LOIS ONTHANK. SWART, ANNE WA BERRY. NINA SC , OTHY HUTCHINS. JUNE NORDLIN , DEAN. CAROL BIRD. BETTY LOU KURT1, BETTYLOU "King ot Hearts" ddnce ond popuicrrity contest put YWCA Ictssies in the spotlight ' ter term ds promoters. Series ot tickets tor this Voientine Day activity pius toti de protits tor group to cxppiy to orgotnizcttioncii work. have occosionctt evening dis- ' Chris- -v- win term doughnut dctys mg Advised by Mrs. Iohn Stork Evans, the YW ictdies cussions with YM members on current topics. The Oregon Young Women s tion Association wots commctndered by Ruth Ketchum this yedr. Bredicidsts ond huitet dinners ore sideiine gttrdctions tor ctssociotion. Frosh ond sophomore com- missions rotte crnnuoi instoiicttions, receive attention trom ctdvdnced members ' t diiy repictce. who they Witt even u all TERM SAW MONEY MADE IN TBALL GAME DOLIGHNUT SALES I S if CA YM it ,, , ,Q m f. gif RALPH SEVER SCN. YM PRESIDE NT lust opposite the YW Bunqalow on Kincaid Street rests the hub campus YMCA activities. ln this trame buildinqghousinq livinq quarters, recreation rooms, employment ottice is the headquarters ol Francis Beck, executive secretary oi local branch. Two presidents durinq year included Bob Bailey and Ptalph Sever-son, the latter servinq two terms. Prime motive tor tunctioninq as a YMCA is to promote Christian tellowship on the campus. Securina assembly speakers, co-operating in the talt term National Preachers' Forum, and institutinq round table discussions took up time ot members. Greatest innovation this year was Frosh Commission which qave many male yearlinqs opportunity to tind place in University extra curricular activities. President ot the aroup was Norm Foster. Advis ers include several prominent prois and Euqene citizens. ADVISERS AND ACTIVES IN THE CAMPUS YMCA INVOLVED: FRONT RUW- FRANCIS BECK, DEAN ONTHANK. PRDF CASTEEL, ARTHUR LANKA, KEN ERICKSON. DR. BOND: BACK ROWz JOHN LUVAA5, ROY VERNSTROM. FRANK CHAMBERS. RAY PURSLEY, GEORGE LUOMA. DAVID IILKA. mx Q ww, Q1 wi xx ., 55, -w Q X, I Itm .E is ,Q sg ,klw 152 gf QEQQ-15, . V V. in S Q-2w WW It:-11" E? 12 N awk' we CP' cg? 1-EN NALD Boot ATER COLOR FOR THE W WHICH PROVIDES THIS BOOK FIRST COLOR COV- WITH THE ER IN THE U.5.. THANKS TO L ILLIAN ENGLAND ,J 5 'fly' eff' f I ,ge 1- A , :sm ,NH I, 53 Q E143 ' F 5 - ,. -' il- X F :Q:'seuprw--,,,,.,,, ,ae..,,:gw.1Ffl :sf 1 .21 -, Mmglg -1 gqgggf:,ME,'-.sg z f- " ff-1 ' 5 .55 9 ::f::'.5 ' Y?E' X . ' f JfQ ,L. f .' . W 1. W w'Ma W L! " 15" V H,fE3,j: i 1 . ' , 1 ',1 A A 1 V V F A in 1uHn,'7r,,'a.:s':h:7Qn M5 ' Q- 1 . 'nrfw .,I Q va Tsfiag C' av? ii ' Mirld sP0R-V5 A OUPS' GEORGE KNIGHT. INF-'RA-RED HOUSE PHOTOS. PHOTO HEADS BACKGROUNDS THOMAS MILES, SCHOOLS, HONORARY PRESIDENTS GEO COL NQE nl-:Orgs :,l,fl?gLEy R h:g2':u,,4L END In closing, may I express the great Worth that the actual labor on the Oregana has been to me, and emphasize the genuine enjoymentl found in the job as the book evolved from the sheaf of blank pages into an organized, pictorial, colorful publication. As soon as the novelty of the posi- tion Wears oft, the editor finds himself in a complexity of layouts, schedules, pictures and con- tracts. A few persons stand out for their vital help in organizing and contributing to the success of the book. Thanks go to: Kay Chin, Portland artist, tor his excellent border sketches for the Or- ganization Section pages, design pieces concluding each school section, and the humorous cartoons found on the graduate pages: Professor George Turnbull for his Willing criticisms of style and content of CODY: and Ed Turnbull, printer of the letter-press sections for his constant technical aid in advising and suggesting, characterized by his genial "O.K." and, lastly, George Root who stood by me constantly, not because he is Activities Manager and not because he is my brother, but because he sincerely wanted to see the 1939 Oregana be truly America's Most Beautiful Yearbook. THE EDITOR AT WORK Bi W6 'Wi 20 , rf ' f Qia- . .,. -3. E-ee- ,is ' " , 1. N lf.: gf , 5':"fJ' it si I' Q' - -1 , '33, , A V i S 1, 5 I 'ETH N ., .K .1 I ,k.fg,,A,, A s.3 "" . ' '71 'umfsfw L , NSPLHXH-I presents T-M V- gYVYY,V ,i W ,Y ,W A X , . . HIGHLIGHTS OF HILARICDUS '39 Pot-Shots of the Hot Shots Cinema Cuties Victims of Corn-Fed Cassanova QSee Page 3285 fSee Page 3343 Boys, Are You a Suppressed Drum Maioress at Heart? f5ee Page 3313 - --- -1 Catering To You Students The Past Year l-las Been Our Pleasure . I We hope we may continue to act as your headquarters this next year for all Your social functions SHOP Wants to tell you that they appreci- ate your preference :tor Sibberian dur- ing the year. 774 E. llth Geo. W. Scott Preserve Your Memories of College Days with a KODAK A complete stock of Eastman and Zeiss at the Carl Baker Film Shop Tth and Willamette Everything Fotoglraphic O EUGENE HOTEL Phone 2000 t -H - L l:::::::::::::::: 7 ll I' 1 Twelve years l P 1' of service 1 2 to U. of o. I: 11 Fraternity 1: 'E 8x Sorority if Houses. 31 : if I lr ' O 11 g l lf 'Q I1 U N I V E R S I T Y P lj Fruit 8x Produce Co. 1, l l E 119 E. 11th Avenue 1' I Phone 2910 I1 'I ln r lu af ----------- As 3 , than ix : or-:ONE 300 mo wtttmwerrs .1491-1, : M 1 Beautiful Dry Cleaning 1210 Willamette tt f, Q f 'S f 12" EY se K Drotedv With Tl1ere'll H Be 1' -x 'N - No , 23 ' ' Question N T Quality Service Fair Treatment sort nam tenses New Sefvige gf 1 Laundry Opzemelng-sz 5 Phone ts 2 5 3 14 W. 8th 839 High sees .t.. ...,......,.......,.,. A DISTINCTIVE STORE ot QUALITY MERCHANDISE and LOW PRICES if Tl-I E BROADWAY INC. Ready-to-Wear Dry Goods 30 East Broadway M J CAKES - PASTRIES Home-Made Pies That "oven-fri-sh", truly the delight of any dessert ex- change. Everything we bake is sold the same day. 0 We make our own Ice Cream delivered fresh to you. o Our market is famous for its Tender Juicy Steaks and Roasts. Our Salads Are Also Delicious VYe Give S 8: H Green Stamps ELLlOTT'S GROCERY 13th K: Patterson Phone 95 CHARLEI F. BERGN PoR1'LANn,oReeoN 6-:Nth "Right down your alley" . . . is this season's mania for youth- fullness . . and it's clown our alley too! The Gay, YOUNG fashions everyone wants are exclusive with Charles F. Berg! "Youthiul1y Yours". Chumley L e m o n P u n c I1 combined with 'the I939 Uregana Associated Students University of Oregon vol. 2 or No. 1 Marilyn Ashley, Editor Richard Williams, Manager ir Lettering on Cover Dale Mallicoat 'A' CONTRIBUTORS Margaret Van Matre Daniel Bergman Marshal Nelson Marilyn Ashley Ianice Iohnson 'A' , gn 'pa i ' In 2 0 Q. A8 1,5 .ntul A ' . 0 t '4 5 t gg LB s' M iwiilmwwt bu-nm : "' Ulu '- , ull , ...J li Caught! Iust before entering the Igloo to register. Danny says that Ore- gon looks plenty big after Cornvalley. but he hopes to make the grade. ,f--f-- ' L :-,-1 ' ' '-:-: we O9 The house you live in is as good as the lumber and materials of which it is made. U We will be glad to explain to you various grades and purposes of our many kinds of lumber in stock for your economical pur- chasing. ,-4 n-.Q Booth - Kelly Lumber Co. 507 Willamette Phone 85 A -.-.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.-.-.Y.v.,.,.-. Y.,-A-.,', , - W 1 ,N ' if , , Q The l Popular 1,5 E "" Place il i to 1 - S Meet i and ki, Eat on the Campus Mr. and Mrs. Newton Smith COOK and HEAT with GAS The M odern- Fuel O Northwest Cities Gas Co. Eugene, Oregon Illllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll ---- ---- --- ---v ------ ----1 FLOWERS Are Always Correct We Specialize In Corsages wg f x seater., .. ' 1:2 " ' Ja' COLLEGE FLOWER SHOP 829-l 3th E. Phone 30 18 Alpha Chi Fantasy or Pigger's Guide Appendix By MARGARET VAN MATRE Once upcn a time there was a beau- tilul princess and her name was PET- ER. She was very sad because there were MOHRMAN in her lite than she could BARRY. One day she disobey- ed her SEVIER mother, who had told her that she could neither go into the wood, NORCROSS the BROOKE, which she did trying to DIAGE all the men pursuing her, so she was made to LYLE day in her WARD. Along about sundown she decided to run away as FERRIL she could go, and become just a BLAINE girl. After walking several hours, she fell asleep in a woodland glade as DAVIS end- ing. Soon a tall and handsome prince found her. He woke her very gently and said, "WATSON matter, little girl? You had no WRIGHT to run away from your palace." The princess replied, "I am CROS- BIE cause my DURNO mother has punished me as l do not like the men she chooses tor me." Then Prince CHRISTENSEN took her by the HAN- NAN told her, "I KEMPTER get you." "All right," she said, "But what STINNETTE profit for me?" "l'1l take you to PARIS," he said. They walked tor a ways until they fell by the MILNE deep in love. The beautiful princess was married next day to the prince. A lovely REITH oi ZAVODSKY graced her noble brow. The charming prince was dress- We are Tailors and Clothiers to the VVELL- DRESSED MEN Rolla -I 5I5 me Q Gra auger., ff Xf ' .17'a.iIm.ed Portland, Oregon Williams Stores Inc. O SHOES HOSIERY CLOTHING C Eugene's Fastest Growing Department Store 10 15 Willamette NORTHWESTERN COLLEGE LAW Qblstzthlishvd 1915j Portia-nd, Orc. Offers a Four-Year Course in Pro- fessional Law leading to the De- gree of LL. B. Judge J. Hunt Hi-mlrickson, Dean Facility of Twenty Instructors EVENING CLASSES For czttnlogue write t-0: Registrznr, Pacific Building' , I,0l'flIllld, Ore. Photography for Advertisers 'k PHOTO-ART COMMERCIAL STUDIOS Swetland Building Portland Claude F. Palmer ALWAYS SAY 12 3 When you desire efficient laundry service with rates that will please you Prompt pick-up and delivery Service E U G E N E LAUNDRY 8th and Charnelton ullInununllnnnullnllllllnlnlnlllllllllulnlnlnlunuun KNw ..... ---'WWW s' e umm M1111 J S We're Serving The University No matter the hour, no matter the day you can always depend on your electrical service. It is at your beck and call all the the time, to handle your every electricztl need. 5 Q2 ' f ed in a BRASSY sword and BUCKLER. Her greatest disappointment came when she tried to COOKE her first LEMEN pie, but all she could do was to BYRNE it, since a bride always BURNS pies. But l-lARKlNSl life was not all it was cracked up to be. We soon find her HAWKlNS her jewelry with the GOLDSMITH because she had so many BILLINGS to pay. A year later we find her with a BRATTON, a COWAN, still her SKIRVING hus- band. On BALLANTYNE day he gave her nothing, in fact he BARCLAY spoke to her. At this her fury ROSS and MAYOl rny! she got so angry she said, "l could DRISKELL that man." The next day she went to her lawyers, IOHNSON ci IOHNSON and said, "IS- LER my husband." The lawyer said, "Did you KELTY get revenge? For ASHLEY only reason why you could possible have done it." The Princess hung her head and confessed and the next day they MATHE with a VAN, with every CHUM of evidence and drove her to the funeral. 'A' The gas company recently inserted the following ad in cr local news sheet. Wanted-Burly, beauty-proof man to read gas meters in sorority house. We haven't made a dollar in 2 years. . . . green gander ir ln football two halves make a whole -and the fullback goes through. I ig PH I Lco 5, li Conservaclor Refrigerator 1: 1 in l939 P Il A Famous Name and an l 1' Unsurpassed Product if l I . .g I IL P Distributed by 1 l GILBERT BRos., INC. 15 I Wholesale Electric cmcl ': v HCL7'Cl'ZUCl'7"6 Supplies In I S26 S. W. Second Ave., l 1, Portland, Ore. I I: XYritc for the Name of Your :l 1, Nearest Dc-alt-1' L as-,:::::::::H:H:: 2 U4 lfways on the Up-Swing xy ' ii we .1 ' i . , ,g TMI l if ll ,ff 1, Q 1 pi V, I ll' 'IK -fiy' , ' it ll - 1 I-ladley's as- sures the Uni- A versity Miss of . ' all that is fash- ionable. , r . Q . ,.-. . j 1 ll' K X le l l I , W Complete in cos- tume street and sport dresses withallacces- , sories. 124 .,E5. it ,.3:3:5'i: Plus Our Modern Beauty Salon Featuring Swing Coffeurs. MCDONALD i TheatreBldg. E U G E N E ADLEY'S ,Z- Nm fi. And the Boys Bring I-lomet you Showers of confetti qreet the champs. 26 Hobson chats over PA. system. f Capt Slim Anet Laddle Gale Bob Hardy Mafc Pavalunas Earl Sandness wauy John Dick d Sarpola ational Basketball Championship. Lauded by lines of campus undergrads, faculty and townspeople, Oregon's favorite sons detrained in Eu- gene's depot at high noon the last day of March. Hav- ing defeated Ohio State at Evanston, lllinois, the pre- ceding Monday, Coach "Hobby" Hobson and team annexed the National Collegiate Association hoop squad championship. California, Texas and Okla- homa fell before Oregon on the trip East to Continental glory. Then honors, praises, cheers flew thick and fast from Illinois to Oregon, but the basketeers remained likeably bashiul. Climax came at high noon when the train puffed in from Portland, Eugene bowed in obei- sance to the champs, snowed them under with confetti, sought auicgfaphs and recognition. Paraded by rally- e.s cn Willamette Street, up Thirteenth to the campus center, Captain Bobby Anet and ten associates sur- veyed ihe students milling around their Commerce Building platform, praised their coach when interview- ed on the public address system. A half holiday for Oregon brought out spring-fashioned couples to swing in the tennis court dance honoring the hoopsters. But the guards, centers and forwards disappeared to liv- Captain Anet displays NCAA trophy. ing organizations, girl friends, or Library Browsing room for privacy. At dinner time the praises began again. Oregon's Monday Morning Ouarterbaclcs dined the eleven sensations and coach in lohn Straub Memorial Hall. At nine p.m. a "Dance of Champs" in honor of the team and sponsored by Sigma Delta Chi formally ended the prolific plaudits. Once again Hob- by and the boys felt the gravitation of hero-worship shift, but their achievements on the maple floor will never be forgotten. Wliat Hobby viewed from microphone. 1 at ,D . Tennis court dance followed parade Commerce Building's steps provide heroes' gf POT-SI-IOTS OF TI-IE YEAR A . V ' '1 H 'Q ' wx r, . 3' A' - r I s 'k I A x xi. X Y M 1 V r . . .5'L:'.fj1.L pi .. A, We Wilt, .fri - V it Q: I V ,. -Yr' 1 - .in-'1v:', n-."". ' ' I Jw . ,. . rf Nl "?3s'.ugLu,- 45,3 fkrfn 'nz-. 4 --v-. - --4, ?:f "4---Z.Ei:'4 x 'V , I Oreqon Coeds scout campus tor dates to tl H. e e eeee rv - - - -H, ---- ---- v . -- .-.- Gamma Alpha Chi Dance. "Drum Majoressn issue. yy- ft? ': A you rss-it ' f I-'1 .tg :lag 'F-' ' It -IT: f i k Y A, lat r ss K '- I' Sef . A '- Y TL' ,fy ffl ' 1 x '- ' aw G , V ,A y X J ,z X- P QL V The faculty on their ear over 7 rf .- ' 7' recent Campus affairs' Working for a date to the "Mortar" board dan 's Varsity football men Win their tW.P.A. project il3D stripes in combat. - nm ,Vi V A I fl . ,4 'Q F4 .. I A' f , 1 -- Y- .- .YV i-,Yr Psyc problem analyzed: "May l be Fraternity men out on strike! Appear before Dean in Union suits. excused now, Prof?" ERISCCDPED BY LEMCN PUNCH . . T r .. r on students, en mess, turn out to welcome winmnq basketball team. Coed cuties cavort on campus as sun smiles down. Sports flash: Oregon coeds show rare form in tennis this season. like . . " 1' -' . ,rm ' r 'T , I ' I I.. X ,. f t ' 'L ,N 1,91 -5- P-W-A- lf1T1ClSCUI39 DTOQTGSS b9CI1lTifiGS Of9QTO1'1'S DCISTUTGIQG- "Shawl We dance?" feature number of new musical shc "With Beer and Tumbling". 'tk n?,!-wmv, H K. 5.-,, ,A A Lgfgfl' Qi. . . 1 l ,' - ' . .r, T, .Ev Q . 'V ffl A 'f, ,ifvtll-1 wr,-, ' Na: '- Sophisticated student portraits taken for '39 by photoqrapher Miles. l Special daquerreotype from Cornvalley shows Oreqon's ccntfibution to Oregon States "Podders" Day. Campus cop Rhinesmith checks up as campus speed break record in new Wambat 2, cc ,Q Qjel fe 3 "That's News." llllnutluuunnluulllnunnunnulrnlunluluunu ,Q "Fo1'the Rest of Your Life" 6 1007 PURE woor BLANKETS gEgEg22E5E?5?E5E5555 ,,..-., : -I-Zfffffzizizlp-, Q "" ' ' Tc:ic1y's Gift - Tomorrow's Heir- loom - These loveliest of bed coverings have for three genera- tions been regarded as the finest for warmth and wear ...... 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Hurrah! : Then above the music, comes a Q heart-renting cry-"What the Hell E no beer?" "Nothing but neer beer," ventured the bar-keep. "Ch Well, my mother told me never 2 to get 'neer' beer," quoth she. : ir 5 An Englishman, an lrishman and a 2 Scotchman ordered beers. lust before they were ready to drink, a fly fell in each glass. The Englishman dipped his out. I The Irishman blew his out. The Scotchman wrung his out. P I 'I I l Mt was not to be the same as before. It ,W 1 r l 1 4 lights of cars penetrated the gloom, jill ll and reflected on the glassy highway. ll" is always there waiting for them, so lil: cool, so mellow and so golden. lll kgjilllivl 171 Z' """ " 'T' The End ls Neer if SHABNS If sick-room appliances and supplies become necessary come to us for your needs Both professional and laity trade are solicited Shaw Surgical Co. G20 - 624 S. W. 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T 1 l 'I Lv.-.--,- -,- -, .-,-.A.-.AY v , ' A middle-aged woman lost her marked: "Americans very wasteful Drum Maloress balance and fell out of a window into That woman good for lU years yet By MARSHALL NELSON Each year on this campus some controversy arises: some momentous decision must be made by those who strive to preserve for Oregon Students an air of respectability. During the last few years such grave issues as wheth- er the brush along the Millrace should be chopped down, whether co-eds should be allowed to order food after ten-thirty, whether an unchaperoned couple should be permitted to go for a walk beyond the city limits, whether gum--chewing is unladylike, and a dozen other vital questions have been duly pondered and decided by those who determine the moral tone which should prevail on this campus. The autumn of 1938 brought a con- troversy that for public interest-it not importance-caused all other ques- tions of campus morality to appear trivial-which of course they were. Pictured on the cover of this section is a reasonable facsimile of a drum majoress, which, for reasons best known to the Student Affairs Commit- tee, is the closest thing to one of these added attractions to a band that Ore- gon was allowed to display. Not that Les Harger didn't make a good drum majoress. Possessing a pair of limbs that would shame many a keg-legged co-ed, and a figure which, although technically not all that it should be, certainly was not unlovely, l-larger led the band at the Oregon-Oregon State game, prancing with as grace- ful and charming a style as the best of feminine performers could have displayed. But there was something lacking. Call it "sex appeal" or anything you choose. Whatever it was, Harger did not have it. And when the burning baton that Les was brandishing ignit- ed his blonde wig, there was no long- er any doubt. Three thousand Oregon Students slumped in their seats. They had been witnessing what most of them took to be a real drum-maioress, flaunted in the face of authoritative forbiddance, and the exhibition had appealed to the rebellious spirit so prevalent in college men and women. Then the lovely creature had sudden- ly been revealed as a man. lt was as it they had drawn to a bob-tailed Continued on Page 3327 a garbage can. Chinaman passing re- green gander If SHEET MUSIC SERVICE, INC 618 S. XV. Park .-hw-11110, Portland, fh'0g0ll l Call - Phone - VVrite M E211 C l E E . t QlUAilL,ll'lFY , 3 ts oiurt t lFlllRST GUN SHDERATFHUN MoNreoME RY WAR D El T r tEFtZ'ESri3?3Dn's 5 WEA TER MADE BY , . sntrns, u5.A. This label appears only in the best award sweater money can buy. i' I-I. L. WI-IITIN6 CO Seattle, Washington 1 I ? 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Associated Stores B tth ' ' td d O 1 f , , u e issue was no ea . u o IE Portland' Ore' if the ashes of Les I'Iarqer's wiq there 1L,,:,, '::::::,- v::j arose a spirited campaign. A few newspapers throughout the State edi- , 9 9 torialized on the question, letters pour- ed in to the editor of the Emerald, and the campus buzzed with arguments All that the To and con. Frofn all theie agencies Name In-,plies t e 1 b ' I th l ILLUSTRATED mrsrfiirlroii. lchoilmiho ieflufl FOOTBALL TICKETS f Q , , favor ot a drurn rnaioress read the for Mcuor Games on Special T f th t d d Protected Stock mguflllin F5 G Oppgnefl S Cm S- 821 E 13th Ph 740 ci e a reqon stu en s were pru- . one ACCVRACY GUARANTEED dish. Those who disapproved listened ROLL TICKETS to the proponents and held to their J of 21111 SiZl'S for 1llillOl' QUJIIOS pre-formed COl'1CluSlOI'I :GNU nllnlllunlnlnnnlnlllnnulmunnllu R,.S0l.wd SCM Tickets. Students were slightly immoral. Those ' Whose opinions might have carried YOU NEED IT some weiqht promptly disrnissecl the WE HAVE IT H whole controversy as unimportant ' d 'd th' . Th' l . 25 IESSIE STREET an sai no ing is astqroup was In NEAR WRST probably riqht. There really wasnt SAN FRANCISCO rnuch of an issue. So Tirne Marches BUILDING On! O MATERIALS C.??EE2E3353E5?533232232323:Eire:5:3:3:5:3:3:3:2E3iSi5,EA23332322ririzizififiziii:2:2:3:2:3:3:313:3e gig :I I ll SCIENTIFIC SUPPLIES CO ' Inf' ' 4 I 'gil Northwest Headquarters '11 8 0 2 TWIN OAKS 1:51, 123-25 Jackson St. Tcrm'l Sales Bldg. , , M S1-urrlc Laboratory Apparatus and P01-f.l:1nd B'-ulders SUPPIY C0- 111111 Ch61T11C8lS 6129 High st. Phone 732 Ill 1623323333 ::3:::3:3:3::::::::::: Eiiiggza F , HI JI if . 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'Ir Housernother: What was that you said over the phone just then, young lady? Pledge: Oh, Ptussfs writing an econ- cmics papers and he just wanted to know how you could make a river a source of power. . . . gander Q- ------ The R.O.T.C. was in summer camp. "Who goes there," called the rookie guard. "A Sigma Nu," came back the ans- WET. "Corporal ot the Guard, Drunken man on post number two." 'k ...gand Si' Old Maid: l'rn going to end it all. Second Old Maid: Why? Old Maid: Oh, the utter youthless- ness ot my existence. green gancl G , ,. 'I 'I 'I 'I I 4 I FOR NINETEEN YEARS 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I , O 'I I 4 'I U 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I ' 'I 'I 'I 4. 'I U 'I 'I I the University "Co-op," through its manager and staff, has studied the needs of Oregon I O student and faculty. I 'I I 'I 4' O I 'I 'I 'I 'I ' 'I 'I I ' o 'I 'I 'I 'I :I ' I 'I 'I 'I 'I ' 'I 'I 4 'I 'I 4 O needed. I 'I 4 'I 'I 4 O I I 'I 'I 'I Ever in close contact with instructors the store is able to provide students with the exact supplies required at the I I very moment they are Buy at the "Co-op," I IT PAYS I I 'I I 'I L, I' I I 'I 'I 'I 4 'I I I I I I I I I 'I I I I 4 4 4 4 'I I 'I 'I I 'I 'I 4 4 4 4 4 'I 4 4 'I 'I 'I I 4 4 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I I 4 'I 'I 'I 'I I I I I I I I I 1I I 'I 'I 'I I I 'I X Gi. l COMMENCEMENT ANNOUNCEMENTS CLASS IEWELBY DIPLOMAS WEDDING ANNOUNCEMENTS See 7-Levnasfefz Zngfzavefzs ll5 S. W. Fourth Avenue Portland, Ore. X Humorous Humanist By DANIEL v. BERGMAN Bill Bowman was short, blonde and well-featured Cexcept for the rather noticible lack of a chinl, and he was by his own admission the gitt ot the Almighty One to all theatre cashiers and usherettes. For Bill had a mind full of Nietzsche, Shopenhauer, Edgar Guest, Shelley, Ogden Nash, Beeth- oven, Paul Whiteman, lbsen and Noel Coward. He was, in brief, a humanist. And, being a humanist, Bill reallized that the lives of those who work in the local theatres must be tar more drab, infinitely less interesting than his own cultured existence. As Bill in his junior year at Oregon had still no mission in lite, he decided one day to go his cheerful way mak- ing lite just a little more bearable for those cute little femmes who bowed and beamed at him and inquired so sweetly, "How tar down, please?" iTo which Bill invariably replied to their indescribable joy, "Oh, the farther the better, honey!"l Bill had one great asset at the in- iContinued on Page 335D i WK. sfo mn 'O' 5109i We .fr 1.-ll. " 9 l. l .l , , . l AX . . " ' 4 , . Q, l Ffh 0' R BANKING l, HEADQUARTERS ' 1 In Eugene 1 l While a student at the "U"- ' We invite you to use our complete Branch in that city l l l Other Oregon Branches l Albany Mount Angel l Astoria Ontario Grants Pass Oregon City l Junction City Pendleton i Klamath Falls Redmond l i L.a Grande Roseburg i McMinnville Salem Medford St. Helens . The Dalles Q E00 O United States l National Bank PORTLAND'OREGON l nmunsn rsnsmu. nsrasrr i INSIIIIANIE ron:-onmrlnlv W 7 I MAKE THE MULTN oMAH Your Headquarters m Portland --.., qw -SX H YN sz, . rar t 3-2 , fillzib. fy4w--1 favs Nql 45I ?Cg.q-Z? E-,, ,. Ti.-. f f A Q 'reel-fl P A ifibgssmlit ffM465iE Q A 3 '45Eiq4tgf?WH 'in i 'P fl ".. A 4: '-'.'V?El Q , ,. ..., l A tr it A we N xx ' 4,:.i.'- -1 The old axiom that "youth will be served" ff ' ' ' ' h 4 Z 'H is reflected in the spirit oi the Multnorna' ' .. -always a center oi student activities. It s the popular place for rallies, banquets, rushing parties, teas, dancing and other Dining and banquet rooms, coitee shop and tavern, ball rooms and meeting rooms. Friendly helpful service. Garage opposite. Hotel MULT MA X PORTLAND, OREGON CContinued from Page 3341 duction of his great humanitarian cru- sadep he knew that he was a fountain of never-ending wit-he was a humor- ous humanist! lndeed, who else, Bill often wondered in moments of deep self-admiration, would think of pulling out a nickel and five pennies twhile thirteen staid patrons waited in line behind himl, glancing coyly up at the smiling cashier, and saying, "The prof told me that I had the mind of a child." Of course, a few of the usherettes would go around trying to spoil things. But, Bill remembered, no man had ever tried to help humanity without having to endure the stoning from those he attempted to help. So, he quietly enduring and when some in- dignant usherette stamped down the aisle and demanded, "Are you the one who is making all that noise?" Bill's vibrantly masculine voice would roll out over the startled audience in emphatic negation, followed with an air of injured innocence by, "lt was those boys over on the other side." Some of the usherettes would smile -the ones who were witty enough to understand Bill's humor. The others would frown-the plodders who, like the great multitude of mankind, would never recognize genius. One usher- ette was more understanding than the rest. Bill began to like her because she always laughed when he met her. "Take the first aisle to your right, please." with "where to, chum?" ln fact, after he had asked her that question on several different nights and found that here amusement did not diminish, Bill began to like her so much that he finally took a step one night which was very perilous to the great humanitarian pedestal up- on which he had placed himself. For, upon that historical night, he said to her as casually as he couldmconsid- ering the great bond ot understanding which drew him to her, "Give me your phone number and l'll call you up sometime, honey." His liking for her turned into love as she replied with bantering sweet- ness, "lt's in the book." Here as last was a kindred spirit. Feeling greatly encouraged and ir- resistably attracted, Bill ventured farther from his pedestal, "Well, then, tell me your name." Bill knew that a part of his beautiful humanitarian soul died in the moment when she said, smiling even more sweetly, "It's in the book, too." Bill went down the aisle feeling hurt and humble. But, gradually as the newsreel unwound itself, Bill reallized that this dark-eyed usherette was, in- deed, his soul mate. Never before had any woman exceeded him in wit. Slowly, a decision formed. Between the features, Bill stepped into the foyer. He approached his dark-eyed kindred soul, but no merry ?ou.os WORTMAN it N6 quip rose to his lips. This was serious. He had planned the scene all during the first feature. He asked her, very gravely, "May I smoke in the bal- cony?" Then, it happened--so suddenly that Bill could never quite explain it even to himself. Her reply was so quiet that it was a moment before Bill reallized how completely she had shattered his great humanitarian pedestal. "l don't care if you burn," she said. i'r,.s.....W..r' mMfWA -fluf- 21.95- 3-S,-.,-0 6,1-1 For Utlt ..... 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She: "I've never been sick." . . . gander ga "I'Iere's Where I cut a good tiguref said the college girl as she sat down on a broken bottle. . . . gander 'A' Some girls should reduce. A word to the wide is sufficient. 'A' Girl Cat baseball gamel: "Oh, look, we have a man on every base." Another Girl: "'I'hat's nothing, so has the other side." L -3 North Pacific College ot Oregon Schools ot DENTISTRY and PHARMACY FOUNDED 1898 l Otters the Following Professional Courses: 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, chemistry, biology and physics and one-half year of organic chemis- try. SCHOOL OF PHARMACY: The course of training is four years, leading to the degree of Bachelor of Science in Pharmacy. Students presenting Liberal Arts credits in chemistry, biology, physics, and English may receive advanced standing. SPECIAL COURSES OF TRAINING: Covering one and two years for Medical and Dental As- sistants, Laboratory Technicians and Dental Hygienists. THE ANNUAL SESSIONS BEGIN SEPT. 29TH For bulletins relating to the various courses and opportunities in the different fields, address Presentation ol: Awards is Merit tor Merit That is Why , Sweaters l ' Are First Choice 9 l Olympia, Wash. 1 i THE REGISTRAR I N. E. Sixth Ave. and Oregon St., Portland, Ore. l . ik. Y I-,iii H Y, limi? it - fl "N if EIB-E1 i ll its . ills-EA in Students: lt has been a pleasure to cater to you this past year. lt is our desire to give you the best service at all times in every Way possible. Now is the time to make res- ervations ior your parents tor CO1'1'1IT191'lC91'1'1S1'li 9XSI'ClSQS. O OSBURN HOTEL I. A. McLean, Manager ongratuiations to the Graduating Class of 1939 Giady Gilbert tudios Swetland Bldg. - Portland - Special from Bagdad: The news bureau expresses hope tor the intro- duction of this new invention on the Oregon campus in the near future. tWhat will they think oi next?i i' "lt's easy to write a plaY. First act, boy meets girly second act, they hold hands: third act, they kiss." "That's how l got arrested." "What do you mean?" "I Wrote a tive-act play." . . . green gander 'A' Soph: Come on, take a bath and get cleaned up: l'll get you a date. Frosh Ccautiouslyi: Yeah, and then suppose you don't get me the date? . . . gander ik Never worry about the walls hav- ing ears, because the walls are plas- tered and wouldn't hear straight any- way. . . . gander 'A' She: "Are you going to try and kiss rne with that stubble on Your face?" l-le: "Yeah, I intend to scrape up an acquaintance." ul' A fly in the soup is better than no meat at all. W M mw 401 As the University Goes So Goes a Tradition That's why University Coeds gather at the sweater bar, mix and match their skirts and jackets, and find their ever-present accessories at our store. if :O f ' t ' it N!-'lm - - If .Q cfNR -1 l i " Kmrrsnsuef Hitting the "Americana" vogue right on the nose- this casual, two-piece dress with hand knitted collars and cuffs that look like your swankiest sweater. The tab- ric is Cartwrights's Wool-o- Wisp in aqua, yellow, pink cyclamen, and iris. 3519.75 Eugene's Fashion Center g U off - campus OT .ton- campus remember that . . AT Portland's Own Store" you'll find the very latest .... be it an Alpine hat, Dutch clogs or an autographed rain jacket . . . . as well as the conservative stand-bys approved by mother and dad. CLOTHES from our "Young Oregonian" and "Varsity Row" shops are designed for Youth. Noted for their up-to-the minute styling and quality workmanship, they have been the choice of scores of Oregon college men and Women who know that for distinctive ap- parel at budget prices as always, it's fi.: r 0 FIFTH, SIXTH, MORRISON AND ALDER PORTLAND'S OWN STORE -- Q-in "l'rn tired of this routine existence" exclaimed the fraternity brother to his roommate. "Let's do something extra- ordinary, startling, magnificentg some- thing that will make our brains whirl, our pulses throb, and our hearts leap." "Oke," replied the roommate. And so they studied. . . . kangaroo 'A' There were three men in a boat with tour cigarettes but no matches. What did they do? They threw out one cig- arette and made the boat a cigarette lighter. . . . green gander 'A' Teacher: "lohnny, do you wish to leave the room?" Pupil: "Say, teacher, you don't think l'm standing here hitchfhiking, do you?" 'k "I made two trips from London to New York and didn't even have time to take a bath." "You dirty double-crosser!" 'ir When a doctor makes a mistake it's often a grave error. ir hi X f xl, 5 X asap? Ioke CENSORED. ir I love your hair, I love your eyes, Your form is simply swell: Each night you have a new sur- prise, But dear, you're dumb as hell. . . . tiger 'Ir Reasoning on Spring- Spring is a time ot year. A time ot year is a season. Season is what you do to food. Food is a human necessity. Thus Spring is a human necessity. 'co Pfess eces Eyes Your e Belo' . hh . R-Q k Q a n . h 0 3 ta e . he 0 r Story. t its-'Bile hole ' the W tit W-gilt t-We S V. ACUH. ghe W r nd . ns- afteot 3 sitio lengt, R0 po pakulateo top hai,-nlgggragvs tw Erb'Sun9'ofega . nf me 10 pre5"geoaQ,d0intees ities S, ap Ham Oregana s editor lives from deadline to deadline. So does the business manager. Plagued by press runs, dummies, adver- tising accounts, the two undergrad bos- ses lose little time getting to work after the glory of appointments fades away. Picked by a shrewd staff of Educational Activities Board members during spring term preceding year of publication, edi- , tor Don Root and managerDick Williams ,N ,,.-t I ' shake llQ1'1dS with OISQOD'S Dfesjdent Editor' Root goes into fa huddle with Printer Ed and executive secretary, then depart for ,,,ff.",,f'dtQf,',f,f00,?'?2,Q'0'f:f,fffjQ."a' OK' on 'a-Vout ideas their McArthur Court offices. Soon after, the editor is caught plotting figures, drawing layouts in the Shelton-Turnbull Fuller Printing House. Armed with pen- cils, chock-full of ideas, Root and printer Ed Turnbull tackle problems pertaining to paper, ink, type. Oregana has hit its stride which will ultimately lead to press- time months hence. dents to a R Photographer Ellis arranges lighting, takes several 'shots' for best results. pointed studio Kennel!-Ellis' well-ap l takes over the task of enticing stu h ve their pictures "taken". . Ore- Pictures tell the story say photographers gana's two headmen agree. So to Eugenes stu- dio oi Kennell-Ellis go Root and Williams during tall term. Schedules are arranged for individual portrait sittings shot by owner E. W. Ellis. Cam- pus living organizations, honorary groups are assigned certain days and hours before the Wil- larnette Street kleig lights. Since good publica- tions require detailed and clear prints, the pho- tographer keeps ieminine assistants working overtime touching up negatives. Manned by the Perebee brothers, the printing and developing departments soon represent a jumble of emul- sion-covered Celluloid. Students return for proofs, spend several days mulling over choice tor year- l ook which otten ends by coin-flipping decision. The studio then delivers the pictures to the editor ' anels. . 5 O d by skiiifuxdfgsgfglfore . -touche are ha . are ie e500 ,53,?'SSZiStanf31it?JStng- Zelectlon for to be mounted in p to Pl. . 01065 Wh, , again C atives m,5trY, the neQ ed d Sses Rn Sevigpgggefully watch overflenli' praz The fnuslhe Process' boin, in we, 21,5 negatggeis men 'ng ' s no i Gmac! er agam d the P pap hes an 'C . 6 ting' t H35 ed 1 em-Ure-llgh lop ' rvposuto be deve ready 3 bei' 9,55 f tal the l'OLlT.ll'lQ m hed on me ' mare- Mte, phols lsgisceeesrgaerfsf surfaces of the P removes 3 t gh s ilflrou n QraPhmgQg:l?lE0Wmch Ga l h0T.0 3 ne . Q step 521281: Prgguce t en9faVgnml""'teme1al pm T5 " 0 U Flu Green 'rolled D S not-o,e achlhe Finished H ty - . before beinfgu nloilinyigrgwtred once in pro0f.p,-ess for C h big press. n type-high block and sent ask -11, From photographer to Oregana office ing plant runs the itinerary of coun From individual pictures to integra whole metal plate runs the conversic cal Wiltshire's Engraving plant. Own other shot is taken ot pictures in through a chemical process of eatin als goes the fine-screened negative routed out to prevent future trouble and ink slide through press. The proof graving is in the printing. So Mari lays plate on husky little press, tal Results of technical skill and sensitiv are revealed in the printed pictu throughout Oregana. After the ei mounted on a Wooden block which to printing height, the engraver's part duction is finishecl. shire's brother Bob starts out the p etching, unnecessary parts of printed E l er Products oi Oregana copy desk and engraving plant are shunted over to Shelton-Turnbull-Fuller's. Here the letter- press printing problems receive expert attention. Written copy cast by linotype machine: captions, and headlines are set by hand. Unique is this establishments place in the scheme ot publication: all oi the type matter appearing in Oregana originated in this firm's shop. From machine and composing stick the type matter visits a composing stone. There Manley Fuller wrestles with page-forms as complex as jig-saw puzzles. Pages completed, Lewis Hoiland locks up forms in steel chase, prepares the job for press. Vic Hern- mingsen lays form to bed in smooth-rolling Kelly press. Around the cylinder travels the sheets and Oregana takes on a respectable appearance. From the presses, finished pages are shipped to the bindery, proofs of type for lithogra- phy pages to Bushong's. han' . me? ths zmg wtf! ,dawzziimn a - to . Of' 35 pave bzasx mor xmeii' such Lmtoi pe x X copy gvproo 15m gflglng-om pa KJ rs Pa law 'an' g'r1P..f,, 14395 dv ' , 1 -.Tl , . SX 4,5 flip' 1' 1 ef ed A Q pagesssgqngo an tc-:Cm mugs! a 1-gale f a type .V is new S tions ' room Where Pres Lithography, oft-set printing, to most people means nothing but technical expressions. By producing printed matter from a thin metal plate on the theory that oil and water don't mix, lithography was developed. This used with letter-press "litho" process Was printing in Oregana this year. Bushong and Company, Portland, has produced excel- lent results from this new department oi their plant. Artist Phil Lundstrom retouches photographs, studies color Work. Then Vern Nelson shoots the two-page paste-ups with camera oi enormous proportions. Dave Friedman pastes negatives into page posi- l t after negatives are printed on tion, ot er, 1 late rubs them in complicated solu- h d meta p , ' n plate. Finis e to develop print o S- plates end in the press man Iohn Huebner and assistant complete printing job. Bushong and Company's Ar- thur Markewitz has developed many im- provements in this highly specialized tield. d White pages tollow along The black an nd color- With the lithographed color-cover a inserts to the bindery. . d vel' 'S enlarge . Typg for tgcsgcioqal print by Bit HOT txt of the camera fn . f . lllriue negatwe 'S made ll lllltllllll .U -.". hxki .333 " - :L E .ss ihLithon Dr Qaigect c0VeT-Z fhr as it are ough the ing pfoud of t- flrsf PPO 10,-, of repro Paintin wafer-C 'J t OH 3 -yearb0o:: negatlvei ther t ipped .toge to meta ide phoffgfjpgiclf gloved by ress - p 3 alshlhgs' ghemical W Yi- After ne t. and QB 'Ves d are exposed th uLifh0v. artist I, Semble S-f s b t ouches picture 0 h typ e and photo blefmshes copy for came: ra. posifi0f,Vg'0ped, fh n SPY ,"0u Press-size Sgielfstrlppegn camera ' 0 Page, 5' Another Portland firm prominently pictured in Oregana busi- ness is Davis and Holman, Binders. Assigned the final task of piecing printed section and cover together into book form, Davis and Holman are the first to view Oregana as a complet- ed yearbook. Folding machines hungrily gulp the printed sheets. Stitchers sew the pages into sections. Special handling is required to paste cn inserts in school section and on division pages. Here pastepots and keen eyes work overtime. From the bindery in Portland to the Eugene campus the books are shipped, received by tired business and editorial staffs. ng,- je 1 tw f 1'Z5100q oe QS' aohln U t d pag . Q m uerpress rgrgnhggegggglgns. alqd Xe he bl"de'n9 mtg ' T. ' YU gotta lggfzhrgggyfor stitc the ' ada f are fn . .1 ees? tee Special one and two-page col- or inserts must be "tipped" or glued into their respective places within the s c'ions. This step is of necessity hand labor requiring skill and prac- tice. li? UT-G el' n eh 2.o9eglafe SIJOWS von we .xoxo Last job of Oregana staff is distribution of books. Crowd shows anxiety for their Yearbooks. Oregana has gone to press and has been sold out! While Ore- gon's undergraduates admire page after page of fam- iliar faces, editor Root and manager Williams relax and send off one copy of their production to Yearbook contest of National Scholastic Press association for an- alytical once-over and evaluation. 44 Gu G. 5 50 u 5e 'me Sei-Xlpldgboureg' acyl 353, Q02 H035 ,wg eat ,ev 1- 0 . 095 The finished product is proudly presented to an annual-anxio student body which storms the publication department's portals in an early-morning lineup. . . . AND '39 OREGANA IOINS THE HONORABLE LINE OF ITS PREDECESSORS' Kuykendall Drug Co. unununuunllnnnllulnlnnllllnlIInIllIllIInInIlulunInullullullunlInluInIllInllllllInllulIllulIllInullllIllulnlInlnunlulululnllnln nnnnl Inunnnnullnnlnnlnlxlunnulullunnunnunlnlnuun , friends 06 flue Univefzsift, The Oregana is proud to present here a list ot advertisers whose support over a period of vars has helped make possible the steady growth oi this publication to its place today as one oi An'1erica's truly outstanding college Yearbooks. RICHARD WILLIAMS, Business Manager EUGENE Best Cleaners S21 East Thirteenth Booth-Kelly Lumber Co. 507 XXylllill11Utt0 Stllftptl. Broadway, Inc. 30 East Broadway Carl Baker Film Shop GUS Nllillamettt- Claypool and Van Atta S86 East Thirteenth College Flower Shop S29 East Thirteenth College Side S80 East Thirteenth Co-op 'Thirteentli and Kincaid Cressey's Book Store S64 XVillamette Dotson Photo Shop 111 East Eleventh Electric Cleaners 1210 XVillamvtte Ella C. Meade 14 Mwst Eight Elliott's Grocery 1208 Patterson Eugene Fruit Growers East Eigllt Eugene Hotel lifroadway and Pearl Eugene Laundry 178 NYQSL Eighth Eugene Mattress and Uph. Co 1122 Olive Eugene Printing Co. 1047 Xldllalnette Eugene Water Board City Hall Hadley's 1004 Willamette Hart Larsen's S25 Willamette J. C. Penney Co., Inc. 042 Willamette J. K. Pratt and Co., Insurance G2 XXI-st Broaclway Kaufman Bros. 057 XVillame-tte Kennell- Ellis 961 XVillam0tte Koke-Chapman Co. Printing-Binding'-Supplies 73 East Broadway S70 Xlfillamettc Montgomery Ward Co. 10511 XVillan1etto Murray Mattress Co. 5-163 East Ei,Q,'hth, Ph. 713 New Service Laundry 830 Hi,-25h North West Cities Gas Co. E331 Oak Office Machinery and Supply Co. 1047 XVillal'nutiLe Osburn Hotel Eighth and Pearl Pope's 712 Xllillamettc R. A. Babb and Co. 775 XVillamette Shelton -Turnbull-Fuller Printers all XVt-st Tenth Scobert Building Material Co. 45 NVest St-venth Avenue Sibberian 774 East Eleventh The Pit S63 East 'Fliirteen th Troeh's Sporting Goods, Inc. 702 1Villa1nettu Twin Oaks Builders Su I Ce. , pp y Gisli High University Produce Co. 110 East Eleventh Valley Printing Co. 76 West Broadway Washburn e's Broadway and lvillalnettu Williams Stores, Inc. 1015 lVillamette Wiltshirels 035 Oak Wyatt, E. E., Inc. Broadway and Olive PORTLAND Allan A. Kafoury Mfg. Co. "Queen Ann Uniforms" 3430 N. E. 'l'hirty-first Bushong and Co. 3221 S. XV. .Park Charles F. Berg Broadway and Alder Oregon Biological Supply Co -1515 S. E. Eiglitt-enth Oregon Sheet Metal Works 618 S. YY. Front Pendleton Woolen Mills Set-ond and Je-lfvrson Photo Arts Studio Swetland Bldg. Davis G. Holman Binders R ii. G ,J . 425 s. xv. Sec-ond 0 1 'ay ' S. YV. Park Eastman Kodak Stores 709 S. W. wasiimgrou Shaw SUPPW Cf'- 620 S. VV. Eleventh Fraser Paper Co. 2S S. YV. First Sheet Music Service GIS S. XV. Park Gilbert Bros. 526 5' NX' Second U. S. National Bank Sixth and Stark Gladys Gilbert Swetland Bldg. Vance Products 2600 N. E. Sandy Blvd. Henry Tymer Co. 2117 S. XV. Fifth Western Golf Course Supply 1000 S. E. Hawthorne Blvd H. K. Meade 1100 Guardian Bldg. H dt L Music Co. 720 S. XY. Fourth Kee Lox Mfg. Co. inked R ibbons it Carbon Paper SA L EM 017 S. XV. Oak Salem Tent G, Awning Co. Frank Manner Knight Packing Co. S08 S. 113. Aldier Marshall-Wells and Co. 1-120 N. XV. Lovejoy Master Engraver SEATTLE 115 S. NV. Fourth H. L. whiting Meier and Frank 221 Second Avenue Sixth and Alder Scientific Supply Co. 1212 .Tat-kson Street Multigraph Sales and Service Agt-ncy 1110 S. NV. Stark Multnomah Hotel Third and Pine OLYMPlA McCracken-Ripley Co. Building Materials Wil Wife 2221 North Alhina North Pacific College of Oregon East Sixth and Oregon North West College of Law Pacific Building SAN FRANCISCO Olds, Wortman and King Hancock Bros. Tenth and Morrison 25 Jessie Street 1 InullnlnlnInInlllllllllllllulllllllllllllllllllllnlullullulunulxl IllnlllullllululnllulIllIlllnnlInllIInllnullulIllllllllnlulnllllnllllInuInInlunlInllulullluluIllllIInllulnlnlluIllIllInnullllnllllllllulum Name and Picture Index A Anson, Audrey .,....... ..,....,...,... 5 lil Am-el, Edith Putric-in ..,,....., 192 :Xl1l'iLl1i1l11, Ken ...........,.,,,.. 74, 124 .-X4!l1ttfI'I11fll1, YYalt,e1' .....,...... 136 ,-xukerninn, Phil ....,,.... 108, 217 Arlzuns, Alle-n .,.....,. ............ 1 22 Adams, Clair ............ .....,.,. 1 44 Adams, Elizabeth ....,,,,,..,,,,, 1110 Adams Harold .,,,,,,,,.,, 70, 146 Adams .16-an ,.......,,. ,,,1.,,,.,, 1 02 Admins, Verne L. ., ..,........ 9-1 Adlard, Arlo ...,..............,....... 247 Adclle-sich, Margaret .......,.. 204 Adlesich, Angeline ..,., .,.... 2 04 Adrian, Robert .,,,,,,,., ,,,,,, 1 24 Albi, Bob ,....,....,...... .,,,,.,. S 7 Al"1'eQ-lit, Frank , ,,.. .......,, 1 30 Alden, Ralph ,..,....,,,,.. .,,,...,, 1 24 Alderman, Alton .,,.,, ,.,,,,,,,,, S 5 .-Xloxzmdi-er, Grunt .............,., 164 Allen, Franklin ...... ....... G 51, 70 Allen, Howard ,... ..,........, 1 40 .-Xllvn, Jzinws ....,,,,,....,. .,,, T S, 152 Allen, 1liI1'gfLl'Of, ....,,.,........,,,, 192 Amato, Joseph ..,,,,,,,,,,,, 87, 172 Amato, Tony ,.,,,...,,.. 74, 78. 136 An1ln'o,5o, Stuart .................. 172 Ambrose. Vernon .,,..,..,....... 14-1 Amos, Elizabeth .......,.. 192, 266 Anders, Jenn ...........,.....,.,.... 186 Anderson, Alvin .,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 34 Anderson, Be-tty May ...... 208 Anderson, Doris ,,,,,l,l,,,,,,,, 1193 Anderson, Donald .,..,......,,. 124 Anderson, Relim-ua .... 101, 202 Anderson, 'lildgnr ,,,,,l,l,,,,,,,, 150 Anderson, Eleanor ......,,.... 110, 117, 118, 206 Anderson, Gertrude .......... 1116 Amie-rson, 1-lerhert .... 160, 2-16 Anderson, Meldron ,......... 142 Anderson, Melvin ..,.,...,.., ,144 Anderson, Morris .,,,,,,,,,,,,, H52 Anderson, Orville . ,... ...... . ,87 Anderson, Robert Ellis ,... 168 Anderson, Virginia ,..,,.,,., 192 Anderson, 1Villiam .........,..., 160 Andrews, George ...,.,,, 166, 228 Andrews, Phillip .........,...,.. 240 Andrus. Leon2u'd .,...,...... 52, 140 Am-t, Robert .,.............,.....,,. 52, 164. 227, 228, 229 Angell, Helen ................ 194, 274 Angell, Mary .,......,,...,....,.,..,..., 62 Angell, Norman , ..,...... 109, 168 Al1gl3l'I112Ll'l, Clyde' ..,...,. 78, 13-1 Ansley, Annette ,,,,,,...,.....,,, 1516 Antrim, C4Ol'I'iC'110 ,,.l..,,.,.. 63, T1 Apu, Carlo ...........,..,..........,.. 172 Applegate, Rex ..., 160, 161, 247 Arhuclile, Ga-orge .....,,. 14-1, 238 A1'L'l1ang'el, Miguel .........,,... ,62 Armpriest, .Tim ..,....,........,... 148 Aronson, David .........,.. 132, 247 Artnu, Louis ...... , ,,....,......, 100 Ash, Dorothy ................ 117, 190 Ashley, lliarilyn ...,,,.. 178. T118 Atchison, Audrey .,...... 117, 190 Atkinson, David .,....,........... 126 Atkinson, Sarah .,,... ......,.. 1 92 Atkinson, Tom ....... ..,... 1 34 Atwater, Phyllis .,.., ..,,., 2 OR Austin. Burke ..,.,. ...,., 2 30 Auld, XVilliam ..., ......... 1 GR Averill, lildgm' . ...... ............ ' 160 Ayers. Louisa .l,................,,...,, 60 Ayers, 1l2ll'E.:'f1l'l.'t .....,,,.. 118, 190 ,-X,ZLlI112Ll'l0, George ..,..,.....,.,.. 133 B Balsceouli, Ifl1flliZ'1'1I1Q ...,,..... 206 Babcouk. Leland ...........,.... 135 Babel, Nadine ....................,. 212 Buhler, Marckim- .,....11.... 101 200 Flablor, Muriel ......,. ...,............ 2 00 Hailey, Alice .......,.,..,,. .101, 182 Bailey, Charles ...,.,.......... 52, 146 Hailey, Gordon ..,.. ............ 1 41 B21llQ'Y,J?l.l'l16S .....,.....,.... 172 244 Bailey. Jason ................ 77, 134 Bailey, Lorena ....,....,............ 194 Bailey, Mary ,,..,... 177, 182 183 Bailey, Robert ...,,... 711, 168 2651 Bailey, Frances ,,,,.,,,.......... 190 Bailey, XVilrna ......,,..........,..... 93 Baird, Pauline ........,,., 175, 200 Baker, Charles .................... 130 'I3a.kc1', Enmm .............. 1.13, 192 B'alc1ing'er, Barlvara ,........... 1514 Igaldwin, Thomas l............. 143 - - w 1 Bail, 5. C. ..............,.,..,. Bzillzmtyne, Frances .,......,,.. Balzhiser, Julia ......,.. ...... Bamford, Barbara ....,...,,,,.. Banning, Jean ,,,......,........ .,.. Bzuita, Derwont ..,...,..... 27, Bantam, Nismu ...... .,,.,,...... Barlwr, Neva ..,........,.,.. 219, 1g'?KI'lJt'l', Herbert ................,.., Barclay, Dorothy .,...... 177, Bzlrendriok. Suzanne' H43 178 101 200 132 148 1112 1254 140 178 208 ' A Barkvr, Don Raymond ,, 1.48 B:u'kur, Don Charles ......., 237 Barlow, Barbara ,.,,,,,,....,... 1116 Burr, Burton .,...,.,,,.............. 1.53 Barr, Charles ..........,......,...,.,.. 504 Barrett, E'nrlmra ...,.... 101, 1516 Barrett, Marion ..... ,.,.,,.,.,,. 1 96 Barre-tt, Phil ........ ......... 1 68 Barrett, Tom ..,...... .... 1 30 Barry, Catherine ..,. ..,,,,,,,.. 1 13 Barry, Jeanne .... ,....,.....,. 1 TS Barton, Anne ,,,,.,. ,..,,. 1 03, 194 Bates, Arvilla .... .....,...... 1 510 Bates, Clzlromice ..,.. .....,.,,,. Z 1 Hates, Dorothy .,...,,.......,.,,,,,, 206 Bates, Marjorie ....,........,...... 6!I, 206, 207 Bates, Mary ..,....,...........,,.., 200 Bates, 'Raymond ,,........,......, 128 l3n.L11e-son, Kenneth ,,,...,. .. 51, 52, 164, 232 'B2l.Ugl11l1il1'l, I-Toward ,.....,,..,, fl-1 Buyles T'l10ll12LS ,,,,.. .,.. . .52 Bayless, .lanws ,.... .,.,., 1 52 Bwnll, Sarah ,,,.. I., ....., 314 Beard, Bob ..,...,,.. ,,,,.. 2 32 Bezlrclsley, Fred ..,... 117 Benvvr, John .,....,. .,...,,.. 1 68 Beck, Br-rm .,...... .,,...........,' 1 S6 Bock, Dick ......,................. 52, 140 Beck, Francis ..,,..,,..,......,...... 317 Beckman, Muriel ................,. 202, 2021, 271 Beukner, Bob ,..,.,.,.,...,,,,,..,,.. 156 Bull Grant .....,..........,,.. 128, 170 Belloni, Robert ..,...,...,. 156, 2311 Bennett, Bill ...... .....,.,....... 1 42 Be-nm-tt, Jim ...., ............ 1 48 Benny-tt, .Tune ,,.... ,.,,.. 2 00 Benson, Gordon .,,,. ..,... 1 44 Berg, Doris .,,.......... ...... 1 H2 Berg, Gordon ......,,..,,.., .,,.,, 1 22 BQl'gl'I1?ll'l, Daniel ......,..,,......, 293 13erg'tl1olc1t, Harrison ........ 168, 267, 277 Bornzlrd, xvllllillll ................ 144 B1-rry, Darlono .,.,..,, 38, 10-1, 310 Betts, M':u'gar1-t .................... 200 Higgs, John .,,,..... ........ G S, 15-1 Biller, John ...,...... .,,..,.,.... 1 68 Billings, .lezmno ...., ......,.. 1 TS Binford, Maurice ................' 126 Bird, Carol ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 202, 2118 Bisvhoff, 'Flweoclore ..,............, 504 Bishop, Ylfilhur ........ ....,..,. 1 30 Biter, Emmzuluel ....,............,.. El-1 Bjngstad, Marion ..,............, 214 Bjugstad, Phyllis ,,,, 21-l. 311 Black, Robort ...........,.......,.... 1211 Blzic-kaby, VVilliznn .,...,....,,.. 48, 50, 53 124 Bladirw, Phil ..............,. GS, 146 Blaim,-, Rc-tty .....l.....,.,.. 111, 178 Blair, Doris ,.............,.,..,..,.,,,, 206 Blzmm-liard, Jack 144. 242, 2453 Blzinkinxhiu, John ................ 130 Blodgott, Eunice ...,..,.,........... 60 l3loodwo1'th, XVilliam ,,...... 122 Bocci, Paul .,....,...,,....,,,,........ 124 Rockers, Lynn ...................,.... 134 Boclner, George- ,.....,...., 29, 158 Boentgen, Martlm ...,.....,....,. 192 Boggs, Jenn .........,..,........,...... 184 Boguu, Alvan Q ...,,..,,,..... 111, 148 Bohlmzm, 'Pod .... ......... 1 22 12016, Marie ............. ............ 1 92 Bollvrud, .Tack ,,....................., 95 Bond, Ray ....,...... ...... 1 50, 236 Bonus, Harriet ...., ,..,l.,...,.l. 1 13 Boone, John . ,.,.,., . ....,,.,. 12-1 Bond, Jesse- H. .......... .....,.. 4 3 Viooth, Kathleen , .,,,. ...... 2 10 Booth, 1X'1'ary P. .................... 20-I Bossinger, l7lO1'EIlC6 ............ 206 Bossinger. Kathryn 22, 69 206 Rouohet, Thelma ..,...,, 185, 255 Bowman, Bvrnndine ........ ,,,. 71, 200, 274, 283 Boyd, Donald .,...... 22. 246, 247 Bowman, XVentwo1'th ....,... 120 Boyd, Doris ...................,........ 102 Tiovd, Roliert ........ ....... 1 70 Boyd, Zola ,,............... ...,... 2 02 Royle. NVz1ldPn ..........,,............ 32 Braddock, James ...,..,,,....... 160 Brzldford, Frank .....l.... 53, 126 Bradsllaw, VVinston .1..1 60 2-13 Brncly, Kathleen ........ 212, 2114 l Brantley, Bob ., ..,,,,,12S H1111-ISGY, Zoe .....,. ..,,.., 1 78 Bratton. Gayle ....,. ....... 1 TS Firayton, Harold .....,.. .,..... 1 26 Brud, Alice .....,..,... ...... 1 18 Brenner, Ina .....,,....., ...... 2 00 Brenner, VVilliam ,,,.,. ,..... 1 50 Bre-vert, Jun .....,,......,. .......,.. 1 210 Brewer, Ch2lUl1L'0Y .........,.,.. 1212 Breyman, Phoebe . ......, 40, 180 Briedwell, Glenn ,,,.......,..... 160 Brighain, Betty ...,. ..,.,,... 1 510 Broc-kschink, Roy ..,. ...... 1 22 Bromloy, Jzu-lc ....... ...,., 1 50 Bromley, Marion ...... ........, 1 S0 Brooke, Bob .......................... 145 Brooke, B'lilI'f2,'21I't-it . ,,...., 101, 178 Brookings, Mzlrion 251, 531, 178 B1'ookn'mn, Alvern ...,,,..,.,..... 212 Erooksliie-r, Bette ,,.,............ 204 .Bll'0lIg'11IOll, Ju-an ., ...... 177, 204 Brown, Betty .,..,..... ...... 1 512. 15121 Brown, Boyd ....,,.,,,,.........,... 237 Brown, Eyler ........................ 290 Brown, Germ Loo .,.. 124, 2311 Brown, June 110, 117, 118, 206 Brown, Marilyn ..,,,.........,..,., Sli! Brown. Mhuiro .... 117, 118, 180 Brown, Murray ......,,.........,.. 140 Brown, Ann ...........,.. .,....... 1 S0 Brown, Rolla-rt ...... , .....,.. 146 Brown, lyll'f:','1l11PL M. ..,....,.... 182 Browno, Blzuu-lw 192, 103, 203 Brnbalwr, Murwin .... 128, 170 Brugman, Helen .,,.....,......,,. 204 Brun, Aida .....,,..,,.. ...l.,.,, 1 92 Brunliow, Milton .................,.. U5 B'ryan. Carl ,,,..,.......,....,. ..,..,,.. 5 fl Bryant, Laura ...,......,, 26, 09, 71 Bryant, John ..... .............,.., 1 08 Bryant, Julian ..,.,,,,......,. 53, 172 Buchanan, Ann lilizalie-th 206 Buck, James .....,., 124, 234, 237 Buck, Marjorie ...... ............. 2 10 Buukulmv. Elizabeth .....,.. 1145 Bun-klor, Pearl .....,,,.... 117, 178 Buwll, James ............,,,......... 120 Bullis, .1051-11l1inv ..,,............ 208 1BxL11'011, Perry ........l... .....,, 1 121 Burger, Dorothy .................. 'IS-4 Bnrclon, Phyllis .,.,................,, 'Ja Burgess, Dorothy ..,..... 103, 212 Burke, Dorothy ..... ............ 1 S0 Burlw, 1 1-onard ..... ......... 1 28 Eurkit, 'VViIliz1n1 ...,,............... 1-IS Bnrkitt, Edward .,.......... 551, 1263 l3u1'ling:1mv, Hay ........,..,.. 160 13nrnu-tt T12l.l11'il ...,.,,. ,... ..... 1 0 Bu1'notL. Mz11':,'z11'vt V vfv- --518, 180 Burns, Bc-uv ...,....... .,,...... 2 OS Burn, Bvv-wiv .................,,... 178 l-5Ll1'IJl'U. NYilliz1n1 .....,....,..,.. .TSI Burt, .14-an .....,...,...,,..,,. 101, NIS Burt, Ric-linrd .......,.,,......,.,, 15-1 BLi1'te-11s11o.w, Ed ........ 154, 2-17 Burton, John ....,. .......... 1 SN Busey, Jav ........,.,,.....,,.....,. ,161 Bush. Sic-1111011 ............ 122, 315 13y1'm-, ITH1'l1?1l'fl . .,,..,.... ..... 1 TS C Cadenasso, .lim .,.... ...166, 222 Calkins, Bob ..,..,, ,..... 1 42, 268 Cadlc-, Dean .......,.......,.....,,..... 140 Caldwell, Rohr-rt .....,.... ....... 1 5-1 Callaway, C?tIl1QI'lH1g' ,,......,. 154 Caldwell, Herb ...................... 100 Caldwell, Vkfilbux' ...,....,...,. .,.. 5 115 Camp, Henry Se-wall ...,..,... 148 C2x,1nphe-ll, B?LI'l12l1'2l ....1S0, 1516 Campbell, .lnno ........,..,......,. 200 Cnmplwell, Vvilliam .............. 52, 146, 240, 21? Cunning, 'Fhonlas ..............i. 115 Cannon, Katherine Tl, 100 'I 511 Cai-dinal. Xvilliam ...... .... 1 50 C2l1'ltOl'l, Robert ,... 126 207 2510 Carlsen, Edna , ..,....,,.,.... 118,250 Carlson, Fred ..,................... 113 Carlson, Gordon ..., ,,....,,,. 1 64 Carlson, Vera ,.,......,. ,,,,,.. 2 1-1 Carlton, 1l?1.I'2'fll'Ut .... ,....,, 1 EPS Carlton, Prof. .......,, ............ 2 .l p?lI'ITll1l'l, Conrad ,.,,,,..,,,....,..., 1411 Carnoy, James ...................... 164 Carnf-y, VVilliz1m ...,.... 104, 2-10 Carrilho Aurolian ............,, 154 Carson, Catherine .,,.,.l.,....... 200 Carson, 1XIui'1'nv A .................. 132 Carson, Patricia ............ hfl, 1805 Carter, Bruce ........ .......... 1 50 C21,l'tCI', Bruce ..... ....... 1 50 Cartvr, Thelma ..,. ....... 2 00 C'arte1', Morris .,,... ..TEl Cary, Leo ,.,.., ,,...,..,..........,,,,,, 1 52 Casey, GL-nevieve ..,... 206, 2136 Casey, Harriet ....., ,...........,.. 2 1 Casey, .Iam-k .,,,..,,.,,.. ,...., 1 46 247 lV'?1Sl.i1I1lil.I'l, Lorena ,.....,.. .... 2 02 Czxstwel. Prof. ....,.,. .,..,,.. ,317 Fzxswell, Mirizwn ,,,, ,,,,, ,,,, 2 f PS Can-rall, Jane ,..,........... ...,.,., 2 12 Qzxtlivy, Ralph .... 118, 126, 2-10 Caulfield. XVnldo ...,..,....,,,..,,.. 1-10 Caufie-ld, NYallace ..,..... 1212 2313 Cuullor, John ,...,.,, ,,,,,,, 5 33, 11313 Czlvnnzlgh. John ........ 130, 131 ffavvn. Douglas .,,. .,......,,.,.,, 2 30 Czlvurliill. Ellinore ,,,,, ,,,,,,,, 1 Z8 Uawley, Don ............ ...... 1 40 C1-lsi, Lawrence ,,,,,. ,,,,16S Chaffe, Alan ...,..................,,.. 156 Chainlwrlin, Albert .,,,..l...,. 102, 134 l,'l121l11lJE'X'S. Be-iz ........ ......... 1 U4 Cl1?l11lb1'1'H, Donald .....,,,,.,. 11:35 1V,'l1Zll11lN'1'S, Frank ..,......., , f ., ........,........ , .... 44, 45, 50, 317 Chamln-rs, John ...., ,. ......... 154 l'7llHl'l1llt'1'S. Riulmrcl ..... , .... 314 Cl12ll11lJI'U?lll, 1N'illiam 253, 1-18 Clmm-y, Suzanne: ,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,, 2 12 lV'l1H11I1121H, BL-ulah .,.,. .,,.,,..,, T 1 Clm111wl, Roh.-rf ,,,,,,,, w,,,v, 1 Q12 K'll61'l1t'j', Rolla,-rt A,,., ,U152 tfhesnut, Heir-n ,,,.. ,...... ....., 2 I 'll Chiluote, Rolmert .,,.,,. 18, 124 Q'l1lllf0lr', lVillian1 ,.,. ,,,,,,,A 1 :IN Chilcotn-, Huth ,......., 211, 45 t'7l1ilclo1's, Don ,.,,.,. ..,... 2 -16, 2-17 Clllldz-I'S, Gerald ,,,A Avwv-,ww-.,A 2 47 Childs, Allison ..,,,,....,, 110, 124 C'ln'istensun, Jan-k .. ...,..,., 1:22 Chl'lStCl'lSt1l1, Alzwiali ,,.....,,, 178 c'l11'istensL-n, ffOlDL'I't ,..V 150, 113g f'l11'lSftI1S0!1, Plan! , ...,,......., 10S Chrisztoffc-rson, Laurita ,... Christy, Edwin ........,,....,,.... 115 l.'hl'iSty, 1921111 ,v,.,.,-A,, -AAA-A 1 130 Fliung-1-loon, Harold ,..,.,,, 1518 Churvh. Quentin ,,,,,,l,,,,,,, M1311 l'llLlI'l'l1ill, Blnrguwy ,.,. AVVY 2 06 Clnlxouglm, Bon vY,v,,,,,,,, 1215. 2.12 Clzxrlc, Dorothy ..., ......,,. 4 in, 200 Clark, Ivan ......,..,.,,,,...., 146, 174 Clark, Leonard ,..., 1..,,,,l,,,, 1 HR Clark, Maurice ........ ,. ..., ,150 f7lil1'li, MH1'gue1'iLe ..,., ..,.,,l, 1 1:3 Clark. Riclmrd ..,,,,., 1:10 Clark, 1-luth ..,. ,... ,..,., 2 0 4 Clase-nmii, Ge-orggo ,,., ,, 'lillfl Clay, Rohil-rr .,,, ....,,,,,,,,,,..,,,, 1 1:0 i'lL-ar. Marjory ,,,,,,,,,,,, 110, 305 Cie-ator, Bvtty ,.,. ,22, GU, 17S C11-laiicl, .Iolm ,l,, ,,,,,,,vww,, 1 130 C11-vor, Rohan ,,ll,,, ,,,,,,, 1 gg Clickzxrd, John . ,.... ,.,... 1 66 Cline, Vl'all ,,,.,,, ,, ,, ,Y H7235 iifloniiigvr, Ave-ry lll, ,,,,,, 1 56 Conn-s, lfluirles ,,,,, ,,.,.. 1 46 Q0ffYl1, Cluirles ,,... ,.,,,, 1 50 Huggins, Aliw ..,. ...,,, 1 114 Cohen, Aleck ..... ,,.,. 1 Ss Poke. 11-sta ,,,, ,,,, ,,,1 5 0, 62 Cole, Bartlett ,... ,. ..., .......,,., 'I Pole, Jack .,,,,,,,,,,,,,,. ,,,1,,,,,,,, 1 43 Coleman, Jack .,,..,,. 52, 164, 232 Colenman, li21thI'YI1.,52, 177, 11:13 Coleman, Nathan .... l,.,.... 1 50 Collier, 1211111-r011 ,,,,,,,-,,Y.,,., 143 Collier, ElQ'i'LI1fJT ..... ...,.. 2 OS f'oIlivr, .Iam-t ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,, , ,212 Collins, Catllryn, .,l,.,,l.,,,,, 201 Collins, Fred ,,,,.,,.,,,,,,, , .w.-,,-,, 18 Collins, Hugh ...,,, ,,,..,, 1 GS, 247 Colwv-ll, 1Yilbur ,,,,, ,,,.,.,,,,,, 1 22 Comlrest, Russell ...... ...,..,.. 1 52 Comish, N, H, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,1,,,,,, 43 Conuway. Madge ......,. 101, 102 Ponrad, Roger ,,,.,,,,..,,.. 126, 247 Conklin, M1-rlo ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 113 Ponroy. C'2ltl'lQI'11lk' .... ........, 2 OX COUWHY1 H-:len ....,,,.. 212. 315 Cook, Carol .,..,.,,. ..,..,.,,. .,...,. 2 0 0 Cook. Dorothy .....,.. 2.1, 200 Cook, H:u'1'iet ,..,. , .,.,,,. ....,, 1 TS Cook, Ivy ,.,.,., .,...,,.,.,, 1 03, 212 Pool-2, Robertson ....,...,,.. ..., 1 42 Cook, Louis ..,..,,,,.,,,... ,,,, 1 60, 233 Cookv, Don ,.... ..........,..,,.,.,,,,.,, N 7 Pooley, Homer ...,.. 751 168, 174 Cooper. Eleen ..,.,, ,....,,.. 1 10 210 CO011t'l', Nancv ,. . .,,.... 204, 266 Pops, Mnrus Marie ,,,,...,,.,.., 192 Corbett, Scott .,...............,,...,, .,,,....,,..1-14, 242, 262, 272, 277 Porliy, Robert ..,..,.. 136, 243 277 Corey. Gr-o1'g'cn.T4, 121 126 127 Corley, George- ...........,.... ,.,.. 3 20 4"or'nell. Anso .............,,,,.....,, 217 Cornutt. Vivian ....,., ....... 2 1-1 Cornwell, Pharles .. ....... 120 2-11 F' Corum, Gordon .,...., ...... Lesley, Jack .....,.. ....., Uotuwll, .lame ...... .... ..... Lfougill, Glenn .....,... ...,...,,.., L,OtlLl'E11, George ...,.......,,...,... Lougill, Vernon ...,.,...... 110, L3OUlte1', Raiyinond ........ .,.... . . lgowun, Betty ...,..,. 101, 178, pox, Marian R. ,,.,... ..... 1 19, box, XVaynu .... ......,...., L,ox, Tom ..,......................,...... Craig, John F. ...,................... . Cramer, .leon I"ra.uces ......., gram-, Catherine .......,,....... Ll'i1.116', Laurence E, ........... . 121, 146, 147, Crawford, Betty ........ 201, Crnw ford, J oyce ............,..... Cl'Gb1gi1tOl'l, Robert D ..,.. 120, Cressman, Li. S. ,..,...,... 1... . Cridor, Betty ,....,...... . ........, , Critos, M. Jean ............. Crockard, Undine S. ........... . Croisant, Lierievieve ...,... .... . Crosbie, Margaret .......,........ L rosny, Robert ......,.,... 130, Cross, Virginia E. ,,... . ..,.... Crunilmker, Mrs. K. .,....,.. . Culwell, Val D. ,......,.........,. , Cummings, 1' loyd A. ..,. . ...,. .. Cummings, N1'il1iam H, 68, nfl, 71, 121, 144, 1-15, 246, Cunningham, Molly .....,...... Cunningham, Suzanne ........ , . . ,- . 166 100 101. 150 ,.!l5 1.50 317 263 200 230 232 126 1,212 1,9-l 230 2305 1.04 232 Dbl! 108 1,80 H23 150 178 2-13 208 .00 156 148 247 136 282 152 U63 108 ZSS ..21 216, 271, Currie, Bruco Charles .....,.. Currier, Georgia F. ............. . Curry, James Norton ........ Cushing, Paul H. ,........,..... . 276, 277, Cuthbert, lf. A. ....,.............. . Cutler, Bob H. ......1.. ......... . Cutler, Russ ....................,..,,... 144 107 ,l,l.l 1 D Dachtelbe1'g', Jane ...... ....... Dnnlbeig, Rrof, . .... ..,..... . . Daku, Burton S. .........,......... . Dale, Georgia Ellen .... 101, Dallas, Jack ....,..... .......... 1 26. Dalryniple, Ray ............ 52, Dalton, Robert S. ............... . Daniels, Don Carl ................ Daniels, John F, ........ 13-1, Danielson, Gilman ....,,...... Dariotes, Michael George Darling, Mary Gene ..,....... Darling, Stanley .................. Davenport, Dorothea Jane 102 Has 172 194 241 172 140 164 260 124 168 195 I ,,7J 188 Davey, Jnnws Ralph .........,.. 156 Du Vidson Alice Catherine Davidson: Dorothea L. 149.2 .63 52 Davidson, Harry A. .,.......... 168 Davidson, James H. ............ 132 Davidson, John ............ 52, 166 Davidson, Richard L. ........ 154 Davies, Donnu C. ................ 210 Davis, A, Marjorie ................ 311 Davis, Barbara G. ................ 78 Davis, Don ............ 142, 158, 247 Davis, Allan .................... 74, 124 Davis, Fred Kerr .... 52, 146 238 Davis, Ge-o1'giam1 ................ 102 Davis, Jack O. .............. 243, 247 Davis, John B. .................... 124 Davis, Paul VV, .................... 130 Davis, Richard M. 52, 1210, 246 Davis, Robert J. ................ ., 156 Davis, Stun ............................ 140 Davis, 1Vill ................................ 95 Demi, Anne F. .... 180, 314, 316 Dean, Phoebe F. ................ 180 DeArmond, Bob .......,............ 232 DeArmond, Bette J. .... 1514 268 DeBolt, lvlaraiaret L. .......... 208 Tiedman, 'William C. ............ 122 DafFsLccio, Dolores ................ 95 Deiz, Rolicrt YV. ............ 154 236 Delioning, Marion L. ..... 119, 177 Deliapp. Kay L. ......,............. 192 Doll, Kenneth ................. 142, 246 Delzel. Charles F. .............. 164 1WeMe1erlenr, Jerome A. .... 156 DeNeffe, Jeanna M. ............ 198 Dent, Robert XV. ........ 120, 283 doljittarcl, Remy ................ 144, 242, 243, 260 Depp, Donald .......................... 95 1Worlwshiro. John XY. .......... -04 Uotlofsun. Ernest E, ............ 164 Deutschmnn n, Paul J ......... 136, Dvvorell, Robert XV. .... 168, Dewey, Virginia M. .... 212, Hinge, ROSQl'1'l2il'y C. .... 178 Dick, John H. .......,........ 1 Tnok. Juno E. .......,.. ., Dickie, Poland ............. Dioken. Marion E, .... , Dickson, Mary .......... 64, 273 230 292 . 291 229 122 100 H622 H93 Dickson, Anno ................ 212 uiclison, may C. ............ 144, 243 uiozuc, mugenu J. ..... ...152, 2-13 1Jll.i1Ol'g10, luvelyn M. ....... . Lnllaro, may J. ...................... 205 Ulllelllllll, .Janet L. ............ 1115 Dillon, Ardis ..... ......... . ........ 1 02 .Luu1iL, .1 amines 11. .... ,. ........... 1015 Lnxon, CIZLUUIZL 14. ........ 035, 1,112 Dixon, lithcl ......... ........... 2 00 inxon, Lucile A. ...... ........ 1 .110 non, Uloyo ........... ........ 1 -18 wood, Mum A. .... ..... 2 0-1 modus, helen J. ..... ...... , ..... Z 02 Uolan, Dorothy ..,................. 200 Dolan, Pat .................... 110, 100 Donaldson, Eileen ................ 250, 251, 254 Dondera, 1-iopo A. ................ 1:12 11onovan, Dennis J. ........... . 222, 223 Donovan, Helen E. ............ 182 Lloud, Jane C. ........................ 206 Doughty, Betty A. ................ 254 Douglas, Bob ................ 102, 100 Douglas, Frances M. ........... . 60 102 103 2101 196 134 U53 ,.S3 1725 142 2015 243 ..-48 1535 152 104 144 154 124 132 124 H94 Douglas, Harriett L. ........... . Downing, Lucy Jane .... 39, Drach, George A. ............... . Drapor, Harold F. .,....,...... . Drews, Robin A. ................. . Driskell, Annu M. ............... . ............11'I, 119, 177, 178, Duckwall, Richard 10. ....... . Duden, Anne R. ................... . Duden, Hal P. ........ 126, 242, Dudley, A. G. ..... .................... . Dudley, Carolyn R. ........... . 104, Dudley, .flames D. ............... , Dudley, Marilyn .................... Dudruy, Robert E. .... ........ . Duncfnn, Carter L. ............... . Dungnn, John N. ............... . 164, Dunn, Jack H. ..................... . Dunn, Austin ........................ Dunn, VVillizun A. .... ........ . Durham, Milton .......... ..... Durkheimer, James Durno, Marjorie L. ..i:::ii 158 173 Dwyer, John Phillip ............ 168 Dyer, Roy ................................ 14-1 Dykomun, Oloanne .... 188, 315 E Eames, Janet ........................ 1118 1f2?Ll'l, Margaret L. ................ 200 Eastham, Geraldine Ann .. 204 liastnmn, Fred Hartwell H126 Eaton, Charles S. ............... , Eaton, Glen .... 1 ............... 124, 243 247 Eaton, Lenord Vlfayne ........ 124 Ebright, Arthur McCor- nzuzli .................................... 150 Eddy, Allison M. .... . ............. 162 Edenhohn, David Ric-hard 146 Ed munds, Maude C ............. 110, 171, 1116, Edwards, Paul Oliver 170, Ehlers, Frederick B. ............ 107 247 164 Ehrnlan, NVilliam F. ............ 158 Ehrsaxn, Herb 1Vilson ........ 124 Eichenlaub, Isolde M, ........ 208 Eigncr, Bill Albert . ........... 13-l Ekstrom, Edith C. ............ 33 Elder, Freda Tlioyor ........ Elder, Phyllis Jane 21, 23, Eldridge, Kirk ...................... Elle, Marvin Wilbur .......... Ellicott, Harold ...... ........ , .... Elliott, Floyd B. ............ 74, E . , G3 H63 206 238 128 124 144 lhott, Harold ...,................ 110 242 314 134 174 Elliott, Robert Amos 144, Elliott, V. I-ln-len ........ 182, Ellis, C. Clayton .................... Ellis, Dean Howard ............ 156, Ellis, Ellsworth ............... ..... Ellis, Xvhorley Virgil ........ Emerson, 230 140 Robert D. ........... . 152 224 H82 122 239 102 70, Emmons, Franklin Boone 222, 223, Endicott, Ernestine Ruth ., Endicott, Vvillimn R. ....... . Engelke, Robert N. .... 140, England, June .................... England, Lillian Gorrie .... 188, English, Lucille E. ........... . Enos, Zaidie Martha .......... Flpperson, Nellie J. .... ......... . 'Erir-kson, Evelyn 'Lois ...... Erickson, Kenneth A. 261, Erickson, Patricia L. ....... . Erlnndson, Eva .................... Ernest, Anne ............ ..... 318 190 111 H21 103 317 180 212 208 Ersted, 'Al.m'gery J. , .......... . Erwin, 11Uf5'll . ....... ................ Juschobeclc, 1Valter ........... Esheloy, Clare Wilson ........ 182 242 ..3'l' 150 Eslow, NVynona May ............ 152 Essex, Jenn .b'rzLnces ........ ............l1'I, 115, 177, 188, 1.89 litter, Urval Henry .............. 75 lSllSUCt', Alive Anne .......... 2400 Evans, Anna Mme .................. U3 Evans, Daryle Luc .... 1-10, 247 Evans, Freida L. ........ 21.2, 315 Evans, 11710 Anita ..,....... , ..... 212 Evans, Norma Rose ............ 100 Evans, John Stark .... ....... 9 S Everton, Clyde VV. ............ 154 Eyerly, Berneesu ................ 200 F Failing, Mary ........ 106, 263, 316 l"ZL11'ClUL1f.fl'l, Alum: May ........ 3:1 .lr'z11rnursL, orotny C. .......... 156 1"iLl'lS, 31k1I'gkL1't'f. E. .... 200, 2:13 kariss, John NVeldo11 .......... 152 .U'2l!'1'lh21l'l1, Neil ...................... 122 1"arnsworth, Louise ............ 93 l"2L1'I'lSNVOl'1ll1, XV. Jane ........ 212 l"2lI'l', Edythe 111. ., .......... 101, 102 Lfnrr, Marie Beth . ....... , ....... 202 lfarrell, Ida Mae ................ 178 1"arrens, Betty J. ........ 60, 108 1"Z.Ll'I'9l1S, I-lelen ............ 118, 108 1"zLrrior, Fred Earl ............ 124 Fnunt, Harold ........................ 51, 52, 152, 243 Feasley, NVilliam F. .... 144, 242 Ferris, .Robert Edwin ........ 1411 Fetsch, Carter Ernest .L ...... 150, 131, 315 Field, Mary Elisabeth ........ 314 Fields, lrrzmces June .......... 118, 180 Fiksdal, Betty Joy ............ 182 Finck, John Paul ................ 142 Finck, Lucille Helen .... 08, 70 Findtner, I, Robert .... ........ 146, 246 Findtneer, Janice .................. 180 Finnegan, Margaret L. Finnell, Harry Todd .......... -172 Fischer, Charles V. ............ 136 Iflishburn, Thonins YV. ........ 13-1 Fisher, Margaret L. .... 111, 212 Fitch, Ruth Virginia ............ 100, 200 Flanagvn, Jack L.. ......., ........ 1 ,60 Foley, Marie A. ,................ 1.204 Folgedalvn, Bob .................... 152 F'o1'be-S, Dean 11'z1ter ............ 128 Ford, Arlo .............................. 128 Fornas. Bill .................... 164 Forrest, Eleanor A. .... 198, 315 F ortmillur, G. Eart .............. 126 oskett, Wm. 1Vulter 1222, 224 144 Foss, Charles Plummer .... Foster, Janet K. .................... 204 Foster, Hazel .... .... ..............,... 9 I 5 Foster, Juan Ann ................ 100 Foster, Norman B. ............ 134 Foster, Robert Earl ............ 168 Foster, 1Villizun Boyd ........ 2-10, 247 Foster, NVilmot Bill .... 53, 140 Foulke, Betty J. .................. 108 Faus, Mona ................. ........ 2 12 Fowler, Betty Jo ..... ........ 2 02 Fowler, John L. ...... ,,,,.. ...... 1 4 6 Fowler, Steve M. ................ 160 Fraber, NVi1liam L. ............. . ,,,......,..52, 121, 158, 1519, 305 Fruhin, Helen M. ................ 188 Francis Clarence E. .... 146 Frank, Bcttv Jean .............. 200 Fraser, Vivienne- .................... 211 Frasier, Brownell ............ 18, 21 Fredriksen, Anne E. ........... . 163, 108 270, 271 Free-l, Daniel L. ..,................. 170 Freenmn, Alive S. ............ 108 Wreeiimn, Jay Norton ........ 134 Fra-er, Christian M, ........ 27, 20 Friedman, Arnold .................. 04 Frink. Jeanne Etta ............ 186 Frizzell, Joe L. .................... 122 Frizzell. Portor T. ........ 68, 172 Frombolo, Anthony V. ..... . Frost, James YV. .................. 138 Fruit. .lar-1: .................... 123, 244 Fry, 1Villis .......... .............. 1 69 Frye. Max Jov ...... ........ 1 66 Vuffit, Bill Dalo .................... 124 Fuller, Patricia .................... 206 Fuller, lvlarion Grswo .... 60, 314 Fullerton 'Ralnll 1Vh. ..,..... 160 Fulton, Rrlrharzl ............ 204, 2611 Fulton, George Clydm- ........ 164 Vnlfon, Marv Adu ........ 177, 20-1 Fulton, Rhoda ...,10!l, 1112, 250 - G ,-l.l..ill- l.,iaf1'noy, Leo ..... ............. 2 40 mage, U, U. ........................ -m, uv 1,-anwouitli, Don .......... 111, :ISU Gale, nzmuren ................ 2:41, 223 Gale, Walter Charles ........ 124 Galloway, Lucius Roy ........ 1-12 Gzxlvcz, Agustin ...................,.. 52 Galnbec, fmlip ............ 118, 134 Gammon, Dnvid .,.................. 221 Guru, 1A:Olli'Ll'l1 ,......,....,...,..... 250 L1ZL1'L1l1t'1', Nancy ........,....,,..... 200 U21I'Cl1'lL:1', Phyllis .... 30, 204, 2:11 Li2Ll'l't'I,SO11, lioberl. .,...... 20, 102 Li2l.l'I't'lI, .Jezunw .........,.,..,.,... 182 Gartin, Elocla ..,,...4.....,........,. U3 Gnmsslnzui, 'William .,...... 52, .152 Gates, Vinuont .....,..,.,,....,..,.... 27 Gatewood, Mary .......,.....,...... 100 Gavin, .lonn .................,........,. 140, 246, 247, 201 Geblmrdt, 'l'nu-odors .. ....... 1420, 223 Gednuy, Mary Margaret .... Gee, Ned .,.,......,,..,..,...,.. 136, 174 Gendron, John ..,,,..........,.... 136 Gent-ste, Rosulnary .....,.. 62, 204 Gcnutte, Ray ..........,.......,....... 152 Gerughty, 'Fhomas P. ,..., ..,.. S I-1 Ghent, K.. S. ..,,.....,.........,,,...... S5 Gibbs, Marion .................... 60, 62 Gibson, Shirley ........,.,......... 206 Giesy, Howard Bruce ........ 134 Giusy, John ,........ ..... ,..1.......,.. 1 5 6 Gifford, Herbert .......... ,....... 1 28 Gildisheim, Anne ........,.,...,. 200 Gilfry, 'Wendell ,.,..,,,..,..... 61, 102 Gill, 1Vzu'xw-n .........,.,,....... 70, 126 Gillmor, Ralph George- ......., 1 ZS Gillnm. Helen Jane ........,... 1,06 Gillespie, Mary .Io ,.,,............ 03 Gillmore, XVilliam ..,..... 152, 243 Ginther, Lois Margaret ..., 102 Giovnnini, Dominic ...,.,....., 166 Giovnnini, Nello . ..,...........,.. .. , ..,.,....,. 111, 166, 222, 223, 224 Girvin, Margaret ,......,,,,...,,,. 155-1 Giustinn, Alice ...,,,,...,..,..,,,,,. 1:16 Gjording, Loraine ........ 175, 263 Glick, Stanley .......,,,.,.........,.. 62 Glow-r, Majeunne 160, 190, 266 Goates. Ray .....,,.1.,,..........,,..,. 243 Gaflf, Ruery .... ,.,,...,.......,.....,.... 1 13 Gol1n+rg', lvmuricc .,,... ,....... 1 58 Golden, Shelby ........ ..........,. 1 72 Goldsmith, 'Marg'zu'et .,.,.... 178 Good, Dorothy ........,... 118, 204 Good, Louise ,......,,.,..,.,,,1,..,,., 204 Good, Hal llizic-k .....,. .......... 1 24 Goodwin, Robert .........,,,........ 77 Gordon, Elaine Ann ..., 101, 190 Gordon, Florenve ....,....... ,,,.. . 204 Gordon, Jack ................ 231, 232 Goresky, Janet ,......... ,....,.... 177, 186, 266 Gorrc-ll, Hvlen ,,,.,..., ..,.... 7 S, 104 Gould, Floyd .,,..,, ,.,,,,,,,,,, 5 2 Gould, Philip ...., ...,... 1 40 Goux, Marie ,.,,,, ..,........1 ,.,,.,, 2 0 O Grady, Dick .,,,..,,.,,,.,.,,1,,...,,,,, 160 Graff, Jule- ,,,. ....5O, 51, 52, 122 Glngg, Dick .,.,,....,,,,.,,,,.......,,, 162 Grzmham, I-Tonner ,..... ,...., 6 S, 71 G-rnhaln, Margaret .......,..., 200 Gl'Hh21l11, Mary ...,,,.... ,,,,,,, 2 00 Graham, Uldine ....,..... ,,,.... 2 00 Grant, VVilbur Jnck .,.,,...,.., 162 Gravelle, Carl .........., ,,,,.,. 1 56 Graves, Helen ...... ,...... 1 80 Gray, Alvin ......,,,,...,, ......, 1 61 Gray. Franc-is .,.............,.,....,. 166 G-raybenl, Gerald ..,.......,..... 222, 223 Grove, Gail ........................,..... 93 Green, Albert ..........,..........,.. 128 Green, Charles James .....,., 236, 244 Green, Joe Bryant ......,,...... 1621, 175 Green, 1Vinifred ....,...........,,,. 200 Greene. James Elmer ......., 172 Gregg, Elizabeth Jane .,...... 192 Grepe, Marjorie .................... 186 Gridloy, Robert John ...... 160, Griffin, June Anna ,....,,.,,.,,... Griffith, Arthur ..,......... 172, Grifliths, David .,.. ,... ...,..... Griilitlis, Jim ., .,..... ...... .....,,,.. . Grirhths, Rachel ...,.,,.,..,...... Griinbergq, Charles VVzLrren Griii'LiL'1'l,"lii'5iHLi'ffffffffffjffffflffl Grossman, Kathleen ............ Grover, Rvglna ................ 52, Groves, Je-nn ......,...,............... Grubb, Floronoff 11'inifre-d Gulrr, John M. ..,,......,,......... . Guissz, Russell ................ 87, Ginstina, Ehrman ..........,..... 243 192 204 1-16 236 206 130 101 190 196 204 102 194 1.041 1.40 Gunn, Ellouisu ...........,.......... 186 Llurley, .Joe ........,........,.,..,..,,, 1-10 Liustavson, Betty Ann .... 180 Liustzivson, 11'1zi1'1zi1'1xiu Lilunune .......A,,,..,.,,..... ISS, 314 Gutnrie, Dorothy ........ lla, 200 I-I laziuiilimii, Betty ..... ..... 2 12 nziuluy, VX'il.l'Clv.:t:11 ...... ..... 15 11 nuunluxi, .Jn-1111110 ...... .,... .1 13 11 ?lL"I1Cl' , nzirolu ..... ,..... ,. .,.,..,.,.,... nz, mi, 111, 2.24, 274 I-Izuner, dezuilictte .A,. 2015. 1:03 nugg, .xlnrizin ................,....... 212 1-11115, .June ,.,.......,. ..,...,... I 5.5 manner, lX.U.l1'Y ..,... .......,.. U Il nziiiiea, 1L0lJe1'L .,,, ........ l 325 i'.Lin14u1'Lip, .Joiin ..,.,, ull, 1110 nun-, .nun-on ............ ........ 1 .-15 1111111-, .xlirizun ........ , ..,. ,..,. 1 ,112 .t1211L'5', .iuuiiim ...,., ........w...Y Z1 UU 1-inn, uuorgc .,.,,,., .,..,, 1 111, 122 iiun, 11111111111 .,,.,, A.A, 2 fm, 31024 lrizill, .Julio ...,,,.A ....,. ,,., ,.... .1 1 1 1'I1'l1l, l,LlLl1'2l .,..,........,,...,. .,.., 2 00 .1-lull, liutn . .,..,.,,.,..,,,.,,, ......... Z U15 nulvei-soii, .xnnii Mew ..,..,.. Hzunnn 1-lumliy Hzinn-i', , ,,,.,AA,.,,,,A,AA ,, ...., nil , .John , Hrucu .......,. I-1e:1'11u1'E ...... . 1-izimiltoii, .liulty ..... 112, nm -f 1011 . ..... -i, ...,,,.....Z1,i . ...... 1110 .1-iaxmilton, .Juzriinie ..v...,...,...,., 212 rininley, Pzllricizi ..., .....,...., . 198 1-lzunmitt, Don ........ ISS, T1., 108 1'1zunmond, ,B1'llL'lg' ,...,. ,......,, 1 .ii-1 Hz-imniond, Virginia .....,...... 1118 1-izmzin, Dorothy ......... ....... 1 7S Hancock, Ruin-rt ,.,. .. ..,..., 162 Hand, Mack ..,...,........ ....... 1 55 lfilllvll, Dorothy ..,1,.. ..., 3 15 Hanan, 1Yi11izLm .,,1............,.., 1110 Hankins, Kenneth ............ 148 I-Iiinkinson, 1N'zilte1' ............ 160 Hannifin, Arthur .................. 243, 207, 277 Hanscom. Merrie 1108, 2315, 244 Hansen, Elmer .,...............,.. 2-13 Hzinsen, B011 .................,,..... 134 Hansen, Harold .... .....w. 1 54 Hansen, Helen ,,.... .....,,,, 1 13 Hansen, Jens ,.,.... 156 Hansen, Maximo .,.. ,,...,,... 1 U6 Hansen, Rodney ..,.,....... 211, 237 Hanson, ,+Xdt'11llG ,,,,,..,.......... 192 Hanson, Doris ...,...,....,.....,,.... 49 Hanson, Elmer 1118, 160, 288 Hzmson, 1-iiivy LeRoy . 1.,. ...160 Hnnton, Donna ....,. ....,,.. 2 00 1'1il1'1lL'1'1, Juzinifttc ............ 154 I-I:'ii'1x01't, XYHXIII: ,..,,,. 155 'I-1':1r'dy, .luck . ....,.... ..,1..., 1 UQ 1-Inrdy, John L. .,,.,, ,,,,,,. . 110 I-lnrdy, lloiwrt ..22T, 232 H:i,ri1y, Ruth ..,. . , ..... 111-1, 31,1 Hnrg'v1', Im:-1 ,. . ......11iU Hzwicins, Hi-lon ........,,.. 117, 173 Harmon, 'Paid .,... ...,.. 21118 1'111l"U61', I-lurria-t .,,,.. , ......... 00 1-1:11111-:i', X1i1l'gI11'0L ..,.....,,...... 200 Hzirris. Hvmiv . ,..,.....,.,..,.., 158 1-lurris, 1Vi11z1i'd ....,,....., 1013, 236 Harrison, RUSl'1112l!'X ......,.. 132 I'I1l1'1'OVV. 11'i11i:1m .....,,, 1211, 2217 1-izxrtvvds, Marian ...,...,.,,.,...... 513 Hzxrtwig, LZ1.V1'l'1?11C'k' .....,....,,.. 76 I-Tniwiey, N'211'Y L0iS ,,..V.---,,,Y. 130 Hurzir. Donald ..,..... ....... 2 5, 36 1-Inskell, Clmrlffs ......,.,1----,- 135 Hnsselrooth, Glenn ..,,........., GS Hastings, Marjorie .,..., ....... 1 114 Pinsiinss, Virginia ........ 33, 200 T-Tzitlmway, Jane-Z ,...... ,........ 1 93 T'T3.11fII'lS'1IE'll, 'Dorothy Nav 21513 Unvvns, Wolnert ,.,, ......,, T T, 143 Fhxwke-, XYilI"'l'd ..,,...,.,,.-------- -1 G0 Hawkins, Elbort ,.....,1..,..... . ....,6S. 162, 274 Hawkins, .Tnezuinv ......,,.... .175 T-Tny, Tiousizis ,,,.,. . ...., 12-1, 31:1 I-Tny, John .. ...... ...... 7 -1. 17-1 1-Tay. N 11l1f'V .,,....., Unvdeii, Pflttv Uxixclvii. Flivstoi' Waves. Hzws. 1 212 n ,,m,,,!lo H0111-rf ,.,,.,,, ,W1141 lan' Ein-ixnoi' ,,., 103, 205 PTnvwfu'd, 91'111V21l't .,.. 1313. W3 TJ:1vwa.1'f1. 'E-'ill ..,..,,,, 1.25351 Tiff? T-Tl-aley, Tiouis: ......,... ..... 5 3 VU T-To:u'11, Edward ...,,,,, 114, 71. 150 Wa-nth, Edith . ,,.,....,,,,, ,,,,. , 204 Tlncntliorn, Lloyd ..,,,,,,,.,...., 151-1 T-Teak, '13m'othy .. . ,,.... VW T11-id, 131111111 ,,,.,.,., , .,......., 1739 T-Tgjrlpry Jpggip ,,,,, ,,,,,, 1 ig. 71 Ueiligr. fif'Ol'EE' .... ,,,..,,,,.. 1 Wi TIMI1. 'Fff1I'1N'T't ..,......... .,,, 5 fi, 1-in Uvinci. Posrm' ,.....,. 1-1 Ni' 1-Ti-ini'if'1i. Mortinn-r , Hk11SlQ"l' , Izifltn . ..,,......,,. ....., . ,110.17m 180 He-itz, Chzirles .,.. . .....,,,,,, 142 Helm, Carl .,1,.,,.,. .,...,..,.. 7 4, 78 l'iE1lliSOI'l, D:-ile .1,.,,,.......,,.... 230 1-in-lilcson, Irma ......., 40, 53, 210 melon, Marvin ,,,.,.,..,,,,.......,,,. 1116 l'1t'I1flE:l'Sl'l0t1L, Mildred ........, 1b0 1-ivmiersliott, Rouurt .1..,,.. 100 1-mnclersun, 1Hn1'bzLru. 11111, 156 nexium-soii. Mary ..........,..... 108 1-n-mln-rsrni, L.. if. ..........,,...,.. H01'm1'lL'K5, Fred .,,,.,.,,,,........, 126 H1-11ui'iv1cso1i, Wendell ..,. 1:10 Hi,:iini1ig'ei', Mzidalyii ....1,.... 111-1 Hu-nry, Byron ..........,... ...,,,.. 1 0-1 hunry, A1zirga1'ct ..... ....... 1 15 ne1'1zc1'tso11, J. E, ....,.,,.. HM Hurmziiin, 1.102111 ..,. ,.......... 1 50 ldt'i'Z0g, H0111-rt .........,.. 15b, 247 H1-Witt, Ray Dir-k .........,.,,,.. 13,1 Hivnuns, if'1w-d ........, . ....,. 14:5 .l-iii,-in-y, Jnnius ....., .,1.,.. 2 118 1-iicks, Donald ......... ........., 1 318 Hicks, 110111111111 ..,.,.,,..........,... 132 hiciason, Hamilton .,,. 1-1-1, 2-12 l'l12Q'1l11l1CJ11lHI'I'l, Ruth 21:10, 2112 Hill, l'lm1'10111,v ,,,,1,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.... 15.10 l,i1i, lrvin ....,....,,,....,,,.....,.,,.... 115 Hill, H0111-1'1 V. ,.,. .115 11111. 110111-i'1 ...1. ...,.,. 121-1 1-iillnr, 19211.11 ,,,,,,,..,.,.., ....,..,,, 1 511.1 Hillman, Ruth ,......................, 11.20, 38, 177, 1118, 1110 Hillsmzln, In-im ............,....... 119 Iilillwuy. Uluirll,-s ........ 1:28, Z-11.1 Hilton, Nancy Ann ......,.,,,,1. 20-1 Hinglcy, Ruth .,,..,....,..... , ..... 2025 Hilcliifouk, Frank ..,,..... 150, 315 Hixson, Bcvvrly L0l'I'2l1l1E 101 I-Ioaglnnd, Charles ..,., ...... 1 2,1 Hobbs, Beith- ,..,.,.,...,.,.......... 1111 1-101-11, 'l'1w0do1'L- ........,.,,,......, 143 Hog-huli, Rob .....,,,,..,.........,.... 2-17, 277, 2110 Hoc-huli, June .,..............,....... 2013 Houkley, Claude ,...........,.,.. . 156, 246, 247 Hodgifr, Louise ..,..,.,............. 180 Hodge-n, Gilburt . .,,.., ........, . Hodson, Franklin ,,,... ...,... Hoffman, Alice ......... ..... , , Hoffman, George ..... .....,. 10-1 170 210 148 160 Hoffman, Hugh ......,..,........,. Hoffman, Margery ............ 210 1-Ioffinan, l1zl.l'Sh . .,..,.. 148, 247 Hoffman, Martin .................. 128 1-Ioflich, Clair .....,,... 53, 172, 175 Hofstvtler, Oti11iu ,,.. 184, 511-1 Hogan, Daniel ........................ 153 Hogan, Lois .,.,..,.....,.. 311, 190 Hogg. Oliver ,..,..,..,.,. ........ 1 315 I-Ioko. .Ioan ..,.,,,...............,.,.,, 204 Holcomb, 1-Tc-nrivtta .....,.,..., lflolrlcfr, Patricia Ann ,,.,..,, Holdnian. Om Maw ,.......,.,, Hole, Mary Botte ,,.,1 ,...,,. .... .113 1015 .111-1 1113 I-Toiivrt, Fred ............. . ....,.. 112 l5'olfo1'd, 1Vi11iam G. . ..,,,,. ilu Holmes, Jzu'-k ,,,,.Y.1,..,,........,.... 133 Holland, Leoniird ....1.,......,,. 337 Holmvs, .ivan ., ,... 22, 15113, 2110 1-loimvs, Lois .,...,... ,.,. ,.......,,,,, 1 i 73 Holinvs, 'l'11e0do1'n- ,....... 1-14 Z-1:1 Hoistimf, Marian ...... . .,,, 212 Holt, B11l'11El.l'1l ,.,, 101, 1055, 212 Holt, Mary Ann ....1... 1111, 204 Holt, Noriniin .... 110, 141, 2l2 Holt, 11'a1te1' .,............,...,,...,. H154 Tiolzzlpff-I, Jerald ...,. , ...... 13-1 1-Tong, Elainc- ,, ,.....,,, ,,...,.l 2 00 T-Tone. Isabella ...., ,.......,., 2 00 Hopkins, Georgv ....,......, 513 102 Hopkins, Lauriel ,.... , Hopkins, Lorena .1 3-1 200 Horenstein, Max ..,.. ,...,,,.,.. 1 .53 I-form-r, Dorothy ......1.,... .,,Y.Y 1 95 T-Torsle-V. R+-V21 ..........,. 111. 200 1-Tclrsiiottfl. FISUWOI' .,,.,.1....... ,204 1-Torfrm, Marv Jane ........ . ..., 212 T-Tosfuldt, Nlavjorie ,. ,....... 1513 1-Tosford. Lois .......,.,11..,, ,V .... 91" Uoss, Jeanette ......1............... 212 Hossnck. Betty .... 117, 110, 1114 Houck. -T?lITl'i'S . .....,,...,..,,,,,,-1-, WN T-Tougziiton. Rav ..,.,,...,.. 144. 2-12 1-1owau'c1. Ph211'10ftU ......,..,.... 194 Uowzmrri, 'l'1o1'0tl1y ,,,,............ 902 T-Toward, Helen ,,,,.....,.......,.,.. 1311 I-Town!-r1, .Tim .....,, ,,., .... 1 3 0, T743 T-Toward, 1f'z11'i'ic-ia . .,.......,,.. 210 Tlowzircl, C. G, ,,,...... ...... T G, '17 Nowf-11. H015-n ..,.,.. .,....,, 1 N0 Howell. 'Plmmas ......... ..,..,.. 1 119 Novi, Daw-1 . ,....,.,,..........,,.1.. 212 Hudson, 11nrf.xm'etta ..., PQ!! T'T1l0lTl'lTl1"l' Jzwk ............ 53. 130 "fT11r1'1tis, Gerfllfl ,,,.. ......... . . .... 240 Nuff. 'illussf-11 H. .... .... ...,. T 1 5 TI1lff2'lk0I', -H1112 ...... ,....,.. 1 93 Uuefrins, T-Tarold ....... ,,,...,. 1 03 1111311 vs. T'f11Q'1ws, T-Tm'be1't A. 22R D011 .......,, . .1......... , .. In 0:1 TInQ'114-P., T-Toiw .....,..,.....,.,,..,... 202 11119111-S, T :'ll1r?1 ...... ,,,, 2 9. 192 1.r,1..-img, 'Huw-v VVVA VVAA, V U ,251 1-Higlws. Marion ,..... ..... 2 10 Hughu-s, Oliver ...... 521, 'Ffl1ld0l'l, Vkfalter ....,. 53, Hultun, Clizirles .,.. ....,...... Humpln-my, George .... 53, Hunt, .Io an ......,.....,.... A .,...... .. Hunt, L0'l'l'i11l1lf ..,.. 140 145 ..61,i 160 180 211 208 170 126 .1921 1112 110, 177, 210, Hunt, Nancy .,.........,...,.... .f'ILlI11t'l', Lnvid ......,,........ 513, Huntur, Maurivo ..............., Hurd, Low .,..,1....,................... Hurllnfrt Jeezui Alvin .,11!1, H'ui'ln1-y, Mary Joan '1-iursl, 15111-u ...., .....,......, 2 2, Hurst, He-len 1.,.....,.. ........ Hurst, Virginia Husk, Ronald ,.l,.................... 121, 1515, Huston, 'V+-Ima .... ....,.,,.. .... Hulcliens, Dorothy ,,,...,,. . ,, ,,... ,, ,,,., ..,........., 1 10, 1110, Hutchins, Mary Aliczii- , ,..,. .. ,... 175, 212, 213, Hutchins, 'Pom ...............,.,... Hutchinson, Helen 1-1 uyrke, Hynson, 101, 180, Ancirif lilizzim-t1i Ann 1110 1110 198 1110 157 1112 51111 290 12-1 1310 1-10 1112 I 15:01-. 1'uQ'11 Pate Iimliziwi. Tosliio ...... ,.,..... lnglc, Rolwrt U. Ingle, Stvllzi Juan 1nf,','i'zun, Jack lnnocvnnti, Mario n J. ..,.,.. . Ireland, I5?lI'l,1kl1"2L N. .....,.,... . 11-vin. Grace J. ..,.....,.,. . .....--. . 271, 266, Irvin, Hugh . ,.,,.,,,....... . ,....... Isely, Mary 1....... ,.,.,...,,,., w Y islet, R'Iill'j0!'1tf J. .... 117, Ito, 111111121111 S. ..............-..---- - Iwata, Herbert T.. my 14-1 1-12 170 1110 150 172 202 316 14-1 1112 178 .114 12S l- I -ll Jzickscm, C1'ia1'lenu ..... ,. .... .. Jackson, Jackson, Jackson. Robert A. Sadie- M. ............ XVi11izu'n J. ........... , 1119. 15-1, Jacoiji, S. Hula- ..,.........,,,........ Jzu-obs, Edgar N. ........ 158, 182 1611 200 155 11S 240 '1-10 160 174 142 Jncolgsuii, Eriing E. .1.. Jnhn, David N. ..........,....-..- . Jzihn. Hzirolfl E. . ..,, 1130, Jaihn, Mzix F. ....,..1,........, J2ll11tfS0i1, Jzunik-son, 1130 Dustin N, ........... . liciwzird 1-1. ..., 143 Jziindrnil, Kcith .141L'W'NVL'1Y11 1,12 Jzim-S, William Dolpii ,. .,.. 150 .lnntzi-n, ffziri C. .............. . .... 144 Jarvis Jenin-s ......... ...,..1. IGN .11-i't'1'yi-s, Hzixvl T.. .. ,, ..... 18,1 Ji--1111.-k, 'XVilliam F. .. .,...... 1511 .11-111115, 1-Towzird 11, ,. ..,,.' 1-111 .11-niin-ss, Joan 2 ...... ..... ..... 1 5 10 Je-nriildgs, 'Fm-de1'ick Shu1'1NOOd ......,...... , ......., 1 fi-1 .It-nsen, Eliroy P. .... ........ 322 JL-psun, Virginia .................,.. 180 Jermziin, Leonard L. ....... . 247, 274 Jesse, Kzitiilewn J. .... 117, 1011 Jesse, Marion L. ...,............ 11115 .Town-tt, Leslif' G. ........ V ...,... 1 90 Jo1mnneson Robert 11. ..., 100 Joh:-Lnsen. Hfzillzice .... ., ....ih, 104, 2511, 221, 2214, 2211 Johanson, Tsziliul N. .,.,... .... 2 Oil Johns, Ned ,.,,...,......,.. ........ 1 07 Johns. 11'i1lizun ,......, ........ 1 32 Johnson, A mv , ....,. , ..... 513 .io'inson, Carl ............ ....... ' 78 Johnson, Cliarlottu .,.....,....,, 184 Johnson, I"ur1'v1 11. ..,,. .... , 1131 .To11nsou, Non VL-rn ...,....,... 1518 Jcfinson T1oi'11iv E. ..... ,. ,200 Johnson. 1Worfi1'1w -T. ..,. 719. Jolinson, Dorothy L. ..., 102, 103 .1o11nson, Winn ...,. .v.A,,.....A.,.Y... 7 1"i .T-nhnson, .1:inic'e R. . ......,, 'ITS .To11nson. p1LLIl111l' , ,..........,. 212 .'1o'1nson, 17Q F1--nimv'.fX. A.,, . Joiiiiwmi, Elnfi D, ..,,,........... 1113 .To"ns0n, Trvinaf ,.,.,v,.,,.. 77, 148 Johnson, 1 lovri XY. ........Y..,Y, 151-Q .To1inson, R'1'uri'ziv L. .....v.,.... D-1 .To11nso11. Normii 'T' ,,,,.. ,..,,., 1 R? .ToHnson. V'fv1vv'f 'I' .... ,.... ' 1-17 .T4'n11lison. Q"'1ii1v" E. ...., V150 .To1'nSon. VVFG-zitlia .,.,,,,,.,Y,,, 102 .To"ncmn. 121-iii-41 ,, ..A,, 122. 7111 .To1wnsfon. Vwinlc 1. ...,..,. 15112 Johnstmi, Marjoriv . ......,...,, 03 Johnston. Rohm-rt D. ..,,....,,., 114 Jolly, Bob .....,..... 110, 132, 241 .loin--s. Elizabeth Ann ,...,.. . 2 T1 134 Jnnvs, Howard L. 2251, ST, 1215 Join-S, Riv1m1'c1 Y. ..,,..........., 140 Jonr-S, Roby-rt F. ,,,,.... 130, 243 Jonws, XYa1'ren IJ. ..,............. 21 Jfmvs, XYil1inm XV. ,..13G, 243 Jzmsrud, Philip 2172, 1732, 175 Jossy. Boyd ,,....,.......,............ .104 Judkins, Marcin .,,....... 202. 1110 Juolzi, iiino ..,,.............., 1-111 2210 Justimfe, Junk- .... ,,....... ......... 2 1 18 K lizizmpi-lin, XV:illnu- 274. Til, 100 Kuhn Alain , ,.... ,, ,..............,.. 15-1 Kuhn, Richnrcl .... 1-im, 24? Kijilmwzi, Hich-0 ........ 50, 511, 521 Knlinzi. Rudo1f ,,........ ...,....,,, 1 1115 iiziilzinder, V111'lSl1l11 ............ 110 lxzilnm, 1.21I'U1y11 ,..,, .....,,., 1 52 1xZl11t', lilizzilielli .,,...........,.,... 1210 ixarinel, l-111110 1, ,..,..., 110, 2111 1x2u'su-iis, nails . ,.,,...,... 021125 1i,z1s1'11lio, Hzimld , , ..,. 101, 122 lux-11, 1'u,me1'l . ,,,.. 1:10, 2311 201' ixeeli, Barlmm .,,.... -10, 523, 1116 Iwvii. 1-Losuimiry . ....,,..,...,. 15115 Kullziln-1', Dorothy ,....,,,....,,.. 1545 likfllw, Bifuy ........................ IMS Kc-111-I', C,'11vsSIvI' ,. ....... 175, 2216 Kullvr, JL-rry .,,,.,. .,..,.,..,.,, 0-1 Kvllvr, .Jani D. .,.,...... ..,,,........ 1 14 K1-111-r, 1121114-r ., ,...,.,,, 145, 2115 Kc-llis, Pntriq-in ..,. .,,....... 2 00 Kellogg, Mzu'jo1'ie .,...... 212, 3151 K1-Isuy, Leigh .1,.,.,,..,,..........., 151 liaise-y, Louis ..,..., .,...... T El, 1313 Kvlty, He-len Pzitrivizi ......1. ITS Ke-ity, 11'ilIiam 11'ayne 216, 122 Ke-mler, Zane ...,,...,.... 21118, 121, 136, 137, 250 2105 Kenip, Jon ,.....,..1.,.,..,....,.,. 125 Kt'l11DSt0l1, Virginia .,,,,.,.. 200 Iit.'lT1DtBl', Marjorie .,.,,l,,.,. 175 K1-nun, Harry . .,.. ,... ....,........ 1 1 i-1 Kendall, .Tenn 11184, 250. 263 Ku-ndvll, Ella In-ue .....,.., 200 K1-nt, Calvin ....,...,....,,........ 172 Kent, E111-1101's , ...... 2013 K1-rns, Mziuciu L ........ .... ...., 2 1 K1-rnnn, Mnrjoril- , ,,,,A,,,,,, 1516 Kvstlvy. John ........., ..... 5 1215 KL-stu-1'soi1. Dorothy .... . ..., 212 Ki-Lvhum, Dorina ,,.,.... 18-1, 2615 1fk'U'11L1l11, Ruth .,,..,............,. -ltr, 50, 521, 177, 184, 185, 2:10, 251. 255, 2110, 316 IC1-L1v1'iiig'. I-I'z11'1'y ................ 143 Kidd, Katlile-un ..,. .... 200 Kifiwit, G1-oi'g:,'v ,...,., 13-1 Kilhnrn, Ross ,,.,. ....,. 2 :ln King. lfmiikie- ,202 King, K1-nnf,-th ,, , ,.,, 2:10 King, Rudoliili ,,,,. . .... 132 Kimf. Sam .... . ..... ..,.. , .,-113 Kingslvay. Mary Gran-Q 1721 151 Kinnr-v, Floiwiim .... 1,212 2118 Kirr-hhofm-i', Evvlyn ..,...,,, 1:12 Iq1I'kI12ltl'il'k, Aliu- 2 ..... me Ki1'kpzit1'ii-ii, Don ..,. ,.,.,. 1 01 Ki1'k1iilL1'ick, Floyd .. ,.,..... 16-L Kittoc-. E. D. .............. ........ . ,QT Kli-mwr. Alontv ., ,.,...,.. 152 Kliks, Eernzwd ........ 74. 711, 154 Klonoff, Phoebus ..... ,..... 1 1X Knapp, Patricia 1,,,,,,,,.,. H1121 Ifrieziss, .Ivan ., ...., 105, 204 206 Kxievlzmci, Hartlm' 1-11 1C11ic1:m'lJo1-km-1'. Nancy . 1511 Kiiight, Guorgi- .... GS, 150. 320 Knisrht, Ssinim-1 .,,.....,., ....,, , 1213 1fl'l1,fl'11t,xYY1i1121l11 .,,,.... -150 2117 1511011-s. Don ........,,. .. ......., 124 Tlnollin. E, H ...,..., ., 1011 Knox. Betty .Izmv .,.....,. 200 Know, XfZ11'12f,iZl1'Q1 ..... .. ,. 200 Koi,-11. Karl .,....,... 118, 126 1741 Ko'--1i1er, Hnrlmra .,........ ,. 212 1CnIst.zi,c1, X'Q,'1'?1.j4"?LT1 ,, .,,,..... 1110 Kondo, Mark 2 ,,..,... 1318 Voiwuliot. Fred ..... .. ,...,, 1011 1?r1r'ff:'e. Kairolyn .,.. 210, 2114 Vosrin, Rudy ..,.... A ....,,,. 11111 Kraifsic-. Mfirv ,. ,. .. 212 lfrzift XVnlt+'1' .. ,.,. "0 "'i'nnn-r. Mfivini- .. ,...,,,. 151i Tim-is. Iiorotliy 212 lin-ml. I'Nl'f'd ,.,,, ...,. . ,. ..12Q T:l'11f'!'r'l'. C1Q1'E'11Cv' .......,.....,.. 130 Tfniflxniin. Hllswortli ,, ,,,,,,,, 1011 T"l112l. Frank .......,. ,., ,.. H1210 Vlinz. A. T-T. ....... , .,.,,..., . ...,. R2 Kuokka, H111bl1PlI'f1 ,,,,,, ...... .,., I 71, 170, Qsfz, 219 Viirrz, 1-1-Qitv ,,,.,.,, 1510, 21121. 21111 Tfvrtv. .ininwe ,.,,.., ,, ,,,, 1111, 1 -1? Kyle-. Dorothy ........... 111 -vw l L ,l Lablmy, Daniel H, ...... ........,.. 5 1-1 LaBonte, Robert ,,,,.. ,,..,A 1 24 Lacy, Lewis ........,.........,.,....,., 126 Lafferty, Ralph ............,..... 10, 156, 241, 242, 247 Lakin, Ruthann ...........,.,...... 21,2 Lakefish, Jerry ,..,............,... 158 Lamb, Peter ........ ........,...... 1 24 Lamh, Lavernia ..... ....... ,... . . 1,0 Lainlia, Arthur .... 53, 134,317 Lampa, Martha ,,........,. 202, 31-1 Lance, Larry ....,.........., 222, 223 Landeen, L'0l'1'EfSt .,...... 1011, 172 Landeen, Gustav Gordon 172 Lang, Loyal Clinton ....,,...... 122 Langford, Georgia Anne .... 210 Langston, .Jay ...... .......... an 3, 156 Langston, Larry ,..,......,,.,,,,, 1-LS Lansing, Jonn ....,.. ,,.....,. 1 40 Larkin, Patricia ,,,.... ......... 1 86 Larkin, Richard ....,.......,..,.. 1,40 Larsen, Kenneth ........ 53, 13-1 Larson, Dorothe .....,,......,...... 212 Larson, Edwin .,....,,,,., 122, 217 Larson, lrving' ..,,. .....,.. 5 3, 152 Larson, Vsfilbur ,,,,,.....,..,, .,,., 1 28 Lasalle, Courtney .....,.,.,..,... 121, 152, 153 246 Latourette, Earl ..........,...,.., 140 Lauderback, Bill ........ 54, 130 Laughton, Ray ........,...,,..,..... 140 Lawry, Gordon ...,.,...... 118, 160 Laws, Cecil .,,.......... ............ 1 68 Lawson, Patricia ,....... 212, 315 Layman, Earl ........ ..... 2 2, 162 Leavitt, Linden .,...... ......,.. 1 70 Lehenzin, Sylvia ....l......,..,,.. 200 Lee, Boyd ,.............,......., . ,.....,. 128 Lee, Harvey ...................,..,,..,. 130 Lee, Jason ...,.... 77, 79, 146 154 Lee. Norman ,..... ...160 Leer, Floyd E, ....., ........ ...,...,. 9 5 Leighton, Doris . .,..,..., .......... 1 77 Lemen, Roberta .,....,. 117, 178 Lemmon, Barbara .........,.... 180 Lemons, Donald ,.........,,.,,,,.,. 136 Leonard, Ed ...,............ 126, 242 Leonard, James ........,,,,...,,,.. 275 Leonard, Julian .,.,,,,.,,........., 130 Levy, Jack ...,...,.... 156, 2-11 2-12 Levy, Milton .............,.. 162, 275 Lewis, Arline ....... ........,....,,,. 2 12 Lewis, Betty .. ......... 202 Lewis, Bill ,........... ,...., 1 24 Lewis, Jeanette ,.... ...... 2 00 Lilike Virgil ............ ...,,, 1 G2 Lidstrom, 1Yalt J. . ...14-1 Liggett, Xvarren .,.,.. ..,... 1 50 Lind, Betty Mae .....,,,. .,.... 3 .121 Lind. Dorothy Jane ...,,,..,..l 1.73 Lindbergh, Iris .................,,. 212 Linde, John B. 2311, 232, 2321 Linden, Edgar A. ......,,,.,,,... 1116 Lindner, Jack L. ..,.,... 54, 156 Linn, Gordon ............,... 11,5 170 Linn, Albert ...,.,..... ..,,..,,.... 1 36 Lisiak, Joseph M. ........,....... 128 Lileh, Bonnie A. ......,...., 311 210 Litfin, Richard A. ..,,..., GS 156 Little, Carl .....,...,.,... ............ 1 2-1 Little, Mildred ,..,...,.........,.... 182 Littleton. LaVern ....,,., 210 263 Lin, Sam ..........,,,,............,......,.. 115 Livingston, James D. ...., 120 Loback, John E. ......,.. ....... 1 68 Lor-hridge, John E, .... 54, 146 Loeffler, George 13. ............. 1 38 Loeffler, 'Ped ..,......... ........, 1 08 Lofsteclt, Ethel V. .. ......... 180 Logan. Ray ............................ 2413 Logan, Paul ..,..........,.......,...... 124 Lofxgan, Powell Bl .... 115, 160 Ylolane, Albert .................... 142 Lonergan, James F. ............ 144 Long, Alan G-. .........,.. 121, 167 Tlong. Carlos NV. .................. 118 Looniisz, Picliard 13. .,,...,..... 132 T orenf-e. Howard C. ...... 168 lfott. John H. ............ ,..... 1 C11 Loud, XVilliani C. .......,........ 126 Louie. Edward ...................... 95 Lovell. Robert F. ..., 1216, 2,13 Lowe, Harrv A. ........... .,...... 1 56 Lowrv, Philin 13. ................ 10N Lowtlier, l7'r-urh-1'iCk A. ...... 100 Luhersky, NVilliam F. ........ G!! Lucas, Alice .......................... 1113 Luekey. C. Ed ......,......,...... 126 Tlukowski. Frank G. 156, 247 Lundv, Theodore M. ......l..... 95 Lundquist, Charles 1-1, ....., 138 Luoma, George A. ..,........ . 611, 122, 317 Luoto, Philin V. ...............,.... 125 Luther. Martin ,........,...,,,..., 144 Luvaas, John ........ ...........,.. 170, 171, 317 Lyle, Alice ........ 178, 277, 282 Lyle, Crawford ............ 71, 237 Lyman, Richard XV. ,........... 05 Lynch, Jima ................ . ...... 10m Lynch, katrick A. .,.............. 146 Lyneh, Philip M. ............... . 148, 246 Lyon, Claire 13. .................... 155 Lyon, Patricia D. ........,...,. 182 Lytle, 1Yallaee VV. ....... 154 M McAfee, Donald M. .,...,...... 170 McAlear, Kathleen ........... 311, 311, 177, 180, 131 McAuliffe, Robert. ............,... 240 MeBurney, James A. ,....... 165 McCallum, Jean ........ 208, 282 Molfarter, Frances A. ....... . 1:12, 254 McCarter, Shirlie J. ............ 1512 McCarthy, John B. ..,......,.. 15-1 McCarthy, Mildred C. ...... 180 McCarthy, Patricia ,........... 190 McCarthy, Paul .................... 162 McClellan, Blanche A. ..... 2,196 McClung, Jack ..............,..... 132 llieijlung, Martha I-I. 208, 252 McCollum, Melvin VV. .,...... 166 Mc-Cool, Joseph L. ......,..,.... 122 McCord, Jacqueline G. ..... . lil, 208 McCormack, NVilliam Donald ............,................... 16-1 McCrea, Anne M. ....,........... 200 McCuc1den, Bernard .......... 15g 19 MCC ullough, Marjorie 63, McDaniel, Glen R. ., ........,..... 51 McDonald, Jerry ........ 1310, 240 McDonald, LaVaune M. ,... 182 McEachern, Donald ............ 146 Mclfaddin, Ehrman .,.. 130, 170 McFadgen, Robert E. ...... 152 Mcv'aul, NVayne K. ..........., 1,38 McGee, Barbara Jean . ,...... 208 McGee, Eugene L. .......,....., 168 McGee, John Merritt ........ 77 McGill, Clinton S. ,... 146, 310 McGill, George B. ...........,,... 132 McGinnis, Emily M. .......... 104 MeGirr, Jule Helen ............ 212 Mc-Grew, Madame Rose .,.. UU McGowan, John S. ..,........... 126 McGrew, Sally B. ....,........... 108 Mclntosh, Bruce ..............,... 156 McIntosh, YVilla J. .... 117, 201 Mclntosh, Donald ...l...,.....,.. 130 McKean, I-'at Ann .......,......,. 198 Meliee, Harvey A. .......... 152 Mcliee, Paulus F. ....... ,... . 11.42 McKenzie. Wallace D. 51, 16S Mc-Keown, Esther BSI, 101, 200 Me'Kibben, David 'I'. ....,,,... 122 McKinney, Frank C. ....., .170 McKinney, B111 ..........,. 98, 102 Mc-Knight, Ray .... 51, 5-1, 172 llflc-Laughlin, Jack 74, 751, 134 McLean, Mason ................ .162 McLean, Marjorie E. ....,... 110 Mc'Lynn, George F. ............ 140 Mvlllakin, XVard C. ............ 104 Alehlenaniin, James H. Mcfhlillen, Roderick D. 146, 314 McMinc1es, Doris L, ...,,....... 212 Mc-Neeley, Evert 13. .,.. 126, 2251 MoNieee, Betty .................... 210 Mc-Pherson, Jean C. ....,.,.., 212 Malree. Don .....,...............,...... 144 MacDonald, Mae ................ .... 5 S Mack, Robert ........,....... DS, 102 lllar,-kay, Howard .....,.,...,.... IZS Mackey, Oliver ........,........... 160 Maekin, Xvavne ........ 124, 237 MacLaren, Barbara .,......., 201 Max-'Lar4-n, Jean . .,....,..,......... 22-1 Momanivls, Glenn ................ 51 IWC'-1fI11S1'1W11, Hay ................ 51, 5-1 1'12lC'0ll15l'3I', F. G. ................,... 58 Maddren Marjorie ........... ,15'l1i Marznuson. Dorothy ............ 204 Mahonev. Daniel ...,.......,..,... 144 Maize, Earl Howard ........ 151 Nflllieoat. Dale .... 04, 611, 130 Mallorv, Elmer .... 154, 240, 241 Nvilorv. Pierce ..,......... 156, 241 Maniam. Ronnie Jean ..,,.... 192 Manley. James .................... 130 Mann, Irvin ...... ...................... 2 03 Mann. Karl ........ ..,, .... 2 3 51 Mann, .1 a n et ............ Manning. James ...... ........1flS 30 Marcy, Donald ...... ,..,.,,. 2 47 Maixequth. Ruth ...... ........ 1 92 Marks, Marian .l...... .....l..... 2 O4 Marnie, James .................... 241, 242, 315 Narnnart, Eva ..,......... ........ . .180 Marriagre. Wallis Mai-see, Stuart . .,................ ..... fl 3 Marsh, Priscilla ............... . .... 274 Marshall, Don ........ 74, 5111, 146 Marshik, Archie ,. ..... .. Aiartin, Adrian ...... ....... Martin, 1500 .......... .......... Martin, liidward .................,.. Martin, Grace ............ 251, 13 Martin, Lawrence .....,,......... Martin, Margaret ...... Mason, 1-Leruert ....... ....... Massie, Jack ................ ....... Massey, George D. .,.. Mathe, Charles ......,,. ....,. 111klt11BVVS, Ellen .... , .....,... Mathison, Betty .........,.. -17, Matlock, Robert ................ L'121fU1121S, Gwynn ...... ....... Mattingly, LeRoy ...... Mattson XVillard ..... Matzger, Jack ........ May, Richard ..... Mayors, Mary ........ Maynard, Earle ,... Mayo, Barbara .......... Meats, Betty Jane ................ Medlin, Francis ....,...,,,.....,... Meek Frank ......... . ...... 156, Meldrum, 11 rank ..................,. 2.50 .Ji-5 la! 1311 2 .,.. 122 N113 ,115 150 U95 1130 178 1114 106 1,-12 232 1011 135 13.4 H60 150 1725 200 154 2-12 148 Mengler, Richard ...... ....... 1 62 Mercer, Daniel ......... ,,..... 1 22 Merchant. Nanci ..... ....... 1 90 Merrill, Helen ., ......... ....... 1 114 Merrill, Jean .....,.......,,. .,,,,., 1 94 Metcalf, Betty Jean ,.,..,....,, 184 Metz, Paul .................... ..,.,. 2 I5 Metzler, Roy .,.... ..... , ..,.,.. 1 38 Meyer, Carolyn . ,l.l.. ....... 1 .96 Middleton, Joan ....... Miles, 'Fhomas .,...,... Milledge, YVanc1a ..... l'i'Iiller, Arthur ....,... .......Z00 ......,320 152 ..,....13S Miller, Barbara .... , ...... 206 Miller, Bonnie ..... .......... 1 04 Miller, Brock ....... ....,..... 7 9, 132 Miller, Flora ...... . ....,. 192, 254 Miller, Fort ...... ..............., 2 43 Miller, Fred ..... ....... 1 111, 132 Miller, Jack ......... ............, 1 34 Miller, Jean ............ ......,,.. 1 518 Miller, Kenneth ,....., .......... 2 36 Miller, Owen ........,. ...... S T, 156 Miller, Roger ........l.. .......... 1 50 Mi11er, Virginia ....... ....... 1 S4 Miller, VValter ......... ,...... 1 26 Miller, 1Vinifred .....,. ....... 1 82 Mills, Jeanne ,.,...,...., .. ....... 190 Millspaugh. Robert .,,.......,.,. 146 Millstein, Arnold .................. 158 Milne, Elizabeth .................. 178 Milne, Harry ................ 144, 247 Minahan, Barbara .............. 208 Minturn, Harriet ............. ...212 Mitchell, Fontelle ................ 180 Mitchell, Helen .,............... .200 Mitchell, John ..., 111, 166, 246 Mitchell, Lorene ..,..........., .101 Mitchell, Peter ........ 144, 277 Mitchell, Robert M. ............ 237 Mitchell, Sadie ............ 200, 3111 Moe, James ..... ............ .... ..1.... S 7 Mohr, Harrv ,,,............. 1111, 122 Mohrnian, Virginia ............ 178 Monahan, John ...,........ 134 267 Monrad, Burr ....................,. 122 Monson, Phyllis ...... ......,,.. 1 112 Montag, Marv ...................... 212 Montgomery Jane ............. , 250, 263 Montgomery, Marjorie ...... Moore, Anna Louise .......... 206 Moore, Harold ....,.. ...,........ ..... 2 3 6 Moore, I-Toward .........,.....,...... 162 Moore, Manning ............ 51. 124 Moore, Marjorie ....... ......... 1 90 Moore, Mary .,........ ....... 2 12 Moore. Nanette .... . .......... 212 Moore, Betty Jane ..........,.,. 20S Morev, Galen ..,. 103, 220, 237 Morfitt, 'Retir-1 ..................... 206 Moreau, Frank .......... .......... 1 3' 1llorg'an, Harold ........ 144, 242 Morgan, 1lli1r1ref1 ............. , .100 Morris, Victor P. .................... 50 Morris, A nn ............................ 197 Morris, Janet ................ 2.04, 252 Norris, Marr ..,....,.............,.. 1191 Morris. Mavwell ....... .,......., 1 T0 Morrison. Don ......... ...,...... ' '54 Morrison, Frances ..............., 1512 Morrison, Mae ,.,. 23, 192, 2:-'l 1llorrFson,1?olmrt ............ 54 150 Morrison, Vlfilliam .... ,......... 1 54 Morrow, James ..,..,.,..,......... 104 llglorrow. Kathryn GFI, 71, 210 Morse, Robert .......... ......... .... 1 4 0 Mortimer. TN'illiani ...........,.. 124 1ll'ori,on. Arlene ..........,........... 200 Noshnfskv, Edward .......... M139 Mount. James ..,......... ,,...,. 1 iii Muir, Jark ........................,....... 54 Mullen. 11'-'ird ......... ...... ,......... 996. 228, 231, 232, 25111 Munro, Phvllis ...,.................. 102 Munro, Phirlev ...................... 197 ilfunro. NVa1tP" 1? .....,............ 95 Murdock, Catherine ....Fl9, 186 Murphy, Cullen .......v,...,....... 132 Murphy. Doris .,...,................ 210 Murphy, Allen ......,..... 246, 247 Murphy, Joan .,..... . .... 1212, 2671 Murphy, XX-'illiam ........ 162, 315 Murray, Patricia ....,... ....,..... 2 08 Murray, Vera Elizabeth .... 315 Murrow, Sally .,,.............,....... 108 Nutz, Doris .,...., .......,,... 1 S0 Myers, Opal .,...,., .,....... 2 54 Myers, VVillard ...,.. ....... 5 0, 54 Myrick, lilclwin ....,.,.. 106 N NaKadate, Katsumi ..,....,.... U5 Namiiz, June ........,............,.. 186 Nash, Frank E. ....,.... . ......., ,. 74, 75, TD, 14-1 Nash, John Henry ,.,............. 67 Nasi, Elmer J. .......,.... 54, 172 Nasser, Jeanne G, .,.....,,.....,, 1911 Naterlund, Nancy C. . ...,,, .200 Near, Dwight H. .,.,..,.,,... .. 247, 2292! Needham, Barbara R. ........ 210 Neely. Doris Ann ........,.,,.... 200 Neil, Kay F. ..........,............. 150 Neilsen, Lois M. ..................,. 202 Nelson, Alice V. ,...,...,,,, 611 71 Nelson, Elaine M. .... .....,,.. 1 92 Nelson, Eleanor L. .,,...,..... 206 Nelson, Ellen F. ....,,,,,,,,,.,, 212 Nelson, John G. ..........,. 69, 144 Nelson, Marshall XV. ............ 51 Nelson, Mileta ,,.,..........,,,.,.,... E13 Nelson. Robin ,...,.,,..,,..,, 110, 1210 Nelson. Bob ....,.......,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, S4 Neu, Barbara H. ,..,,,., .,,,,,,,,, 2 06 Neustadter, John Henry 162 Nevins, Mary Ann 212, 254, 255 Nicher-son, Francis B. .,..,,.. 175 Nicholson, James I-I. ....... . 220, 224, 245 Nickacehos, George T. .,,...,, 142 Niklas, Edmund R, ,,,,,,,,,,,, 138 Nilsen, Henry C, ,,,,.,,,,,,,,,, , ,...11l, 164, 165, 222, 224, 245 Nims, Cyrus R, ,,,,,,.,,,,,.,,,,,,, 122 Noble, Lois B. ....,.....,......,.. 100 Noce, Jack M. ................,..... 136 Norcross, Mary Jane 69, 17x Nordlmg', .Tune M. 177,188,316 Nordling, R. Lois ..,............. 18a Norris, E. V, ,,,,.,...,,,,,.,,,,,,,,, S2 Norris, Charles Rohr,-rt ...... 140 Norris, Stanlev ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, H2811 Norris, Dr. 1Yi1l F', ,,,,,.,.,,,,,, S4 North, Helen ,,,...,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 212 Norvell, Mary Elizabeih .... 177, 186, 187, 271 Norwood, Bette ................,... 177, 194, 266 Notos, Nick XY. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 138 Nudelman, Victor A. ........ 108 Nylen, XVilliani L. .... 122, 2115 Nysteen, Norman ,,,i,i,.,,,,,,,, 166 O O'Conne1I. K. J. .,....... ........ 7 ti O'Donnell, Bernard Ohlman, Ralph ............. Olinstead, Leon ............ 142, Oldham, Ruby ,,..,, Oleari, John .,........ Olinger, Helen ....... 150 ,........1.50 314 202 66 ll-1 10' Oliver, Franoelia .........,...,,... i, Olsen, Theodore ..,.,...,,,, 5-l, 1-16 Olson, Elmer ,....,....,..... 128, 170' Onthank. Dean Karl 283, 317 Onthank, Elizabeth ..., 110 204 Onthank, Lois ,,,, 1010, 204, C116 O'Reillv, Edward ..,..... 156, 247 Orr, XVilliam .....,........,. 117, 3151 Orrick, Ruth ,,,,....,,.........,.,., 119 Osborne, Keith ....................., 71, 132, 133, 274 P Page, Emerson B. .....,......,... 122 Palmer, 1Vinogene .........,.... 54, 1110, 271, 250 Pahnlrlad, Donald D, ........' 1 60 Panlcey, Fred L. .,.......... 63, 168 Paris, Edith Catherine ,.,, 178 Parker, Carolyn E. ............ 182 Parker, Douglas, .,...,.,..., GS, 162 Parker, Knox ....,.... ,.........,... 1 44 Parker, Patricia Anne ........ 206 Parker, Peggy Lue ..,,. ,,...... . 212 Parks, Sheldon XV. ....,... 711, 122 Parsons, Dr. P. A. ......,,,..... 115 Parsons, Helene ................. .1180 Parsons, Vlfarren 13. ..........., 160 Pasero, G eorge ................ 68, 275 Pliipps, Preston L, ,,,.,..,, . Fierce, Barbara A nn .....,., 245 Paterson, Margaret L. ........ 1110 Patterson, 1161011 I. ........ 51, 2,12 Patterson, June E. ,.........A, 206 Patterson, Margaret L. ..., 1111 llatterson, Muriel .,,..... 1112, 212 Patton, Freeman .,,. ........ . 138, 1321, 175 Pavalunas, Matt XV. ........ .. 232, 228, 226 Payne, Gleeson L. 164. 267, 288 Payne, Robert .,..,.........,......... 124 Payne, Annalmel .......,,.,.,,.,.... 202 111-ake, Jim O. ,.,..., ......,. . 54, 124 Pearson, Clayton A. ..A........, 1-14 Pearson, Helen Ann .,.,,..... 1813 1-'et-li, Mary .lane ......... .,,. 1512 Pedigo, Millard ...,..,..........,.. 150 Peehler, Peggy Jane ....,..,.... 184, 271 Pcetz, Carl F. ...,.......,......,..,.. 138 Peil, IG. Sue .....,.....,,..... 186, 21,6 Pengra, B111 R. .....,,. 68, 126, 274 Penland, Erros Helene .... 202 Penland, Gretchen N ..... 5-1, 212 Penland, John R. ,,,..,l.l... 68, T1 P6l'lll11'10ff, Dimtry Serge H122 Pearson, Jean A, ..,,.............. 1110 Peters, Merle ....,,.....,,,,,.,..,,.. 222 Peters, Ralpll D. .,., ,...,. 1 54 Peterson, .lim P. ..,.,.,........... 1315 Petersoxi, C1?l1'k'1'lC't' G. ,,... . ..,...3!1, 87, 140 Peterson, Dale XV. ..... ....... 1 .08 Petrie, Wiesley ..,...... 156, 315 Pc-ttee, Robert . ,,,. 1311. 243, 247 Petterson, Bette M. ,,,,,,..... .1118 Petterson, Lucile .,.....,.. 1121 Pettit, 11ZL1'g'11l2l'1IC A. ,,.... 2011 Petty,'E1'elyn F. ...........,.... 212 Peyton, Ralph O. ......,, 0-1, P111-lps, Cliarles P. .,...,,...,. . Plus-I1ms, Elisabeth ....,........,.. Phillippi, Dick l.. 1-'l1illi1'1s. John . ...,.....,.,.,.... . Philp, E. C1-1tl11.-1'i11e ....,.,... Phipps, Charles A. .,.., .1--1-1, Phipps, Mary Marjorie .,.. Phipps, ....,...1-14, Mignon E. .,,........ . Pic-liens, Kenneth E. .... 51 Pickett, James H. ........ 124, 2613, Pierce, kay .1,,... ......,,..... 1 10. Piestrak. Victor J. ........... . Piippo, 'l'oiv0 Hfilliaml .,.... 64 I .... ..,.,.. J ....... 2 ox. 2114. Pikzt, Victoria ..................,,., Plankingzton, Betty S. ..,,. . Platt. Eldon .......................... Plumb, Junia E. .....,........... . Plummer, Charlotte L. 103, Plummer, Jaelt A. ........ 102, Pollard, Jeanne ...,.......,...... Pollard, Margaret E. ....,,. . Porter, Albert 1Vi1son ...... Porter, Vvilliam M. ......... . Potter, 'Pom .......................... Potter, Violet G. ........ 111, Potter, W'i11iarn G. ....,, ..... A Povey, Neale P. ............... . Powell, Robert D. ............. . P0 13-1 160 H211 2311 H215 1112 174 200 1518 14-1 5-1 261 271 204 152 223 H93 206 1116 1514 180 150 1118 1112 16-1 150 146 212 160 ..55 140 Powers, Perry John .... 102, 172 Pownder, Glenn ............ 60, 124 Pratt, Betty Jeanne ............ 200 Prescott, Arthur S. . ........... -SZ Price, Frank B. ...,........ 55. 136 Price, Prudence E. ..., 119, 204 Priest. Allen ........................ H95 Proudfoot, Theodore ..,......... 40 Pruner, Myrna J. ....... ...... 2 14 Pryke, Marion .......... ......,. 9 3 Pursley, Louise F. .,.............. 111 Putman, Barbara H. ......... .192 Putman, lla Louise ............ 202 Putnam, Charles S. ...... 172 Putnam, Jav S. ............,....... 314 Putnam, Tiaurence ..,........, 160 Putnam, Winifred ...,.... 63, 192 Puziss, Abe .. .......................... 95 Q Quigley, Betty Jane ............ 192 Quinlin. Lawrence .,...... 68, 128 Quinn, 1Ve1lington ........,....... . ...............,........... 126, 231, 232 R Rach, Bill ..................... ...... 2 37 Radigan, Edward ....... ...... 1 52 Rae. Anne ............,,.... ........ 6 7 Raffetto, John ...,...... ......... 1 62 Ralston, 1Villiam .................. 152 Ramsden. Jean .,., 63, 101, 100 Rands, Helen ........................ 178 Range, Robert ........ .,.... 1 415 l"l1:'LIlKllfl, Norinan .....,.,,.,,,,.,,. 2350 Hanliin, Robert ,,,,..,.....,,.,.,,, 102, Rasor, Fred .....,.,,,,,,,.,..,,,,..,,,, 1011, 1111, 126, 1211 Ratnhun, .mines .................. 121- liawlmson, May ,..,....,,,,,.,,,,., 1115 Hay, .Janie-s .......... ..,...... 1 hi! ltay, Lawrence ..,.,,.,.,.,,,,,,,,,,, 11,2 Ray, Sally ..,................. 2111, 3111 Raymond, .live-lyn .............. 21.-1 keacl, Barlmara ........ ......... 1 ou Ream, lmris Ann ..........,,....,. 1511 Read, Alaluta ..........,.., 1111, 1:14 Ready, Lester ...... ........,...... 1 1-1 meal, Lt-Roy ........,........,.,...... 315 livezlt, LAOIS ..,.....,...,..,......,..... 158 iieavis, Peggy iiee 321, 1111, 134 Helier, Ehle .................... 106, 2315 lteckon, Robert ......,..... 711, 1118 Reed, James ....... , ..... 2-11, 2115 Rees, Donald .......,. .....,...... 1 0:5 ,ite es, 11112 ginald .... 0 Rees, VV111lELl11 .................. ...... l .515 Rees, J. VV. ............. ....,. 1 ..m, l'10 lfieetz, Maxine .... 1:12, 2:11 2114 Reetz, Miiflerd ,,,, 192, 251, 254, Regan, Virginia . ....... .......... . . ....3!1, 1510, 277, 262, Z9-1, 2951 Regele, 1Villiam ............ 50, 110 Reginato, Nic-tor 1611, 220, he iiegliart, Harry .... 55, 121, 1214 Regnur, XV1l1iarn ......,.... ..... ' 120 Reltl, Hotel' ............,... ...... 1 -11 Reig, Martin ......., ..,... 1 32 Fit-ith, nt-len ....,... ...... 1 73 ltennoltls, 1-e ...... ,.,. ...... 1 15 ti 1i.L'fIC11'lff, Dorothy .... ....,.... 1 112 11k?lt1l.Q1', 110111211 ...,............ 55, 1115 Reynolds, 1Y1111?lll1 ................ 1118 inline, gale .. .....,....... ...... 1 SS Itlionalt, lfltliel .,,.. ..,... 1 US Rice, Delnmr ...... ...... 1 52 Rice, Wallace ...... ..,..... 5 Rice, 1Va1la1i'e ...............,........ 1-12 ltit-liards, Robert ........ ........ ' H3 1Ai1l'1'l2L1'dSO11, Donald ...... .. 122, 123 Ricliardson, Monroe ............ 102 Hit-l1a1'ds011, Ruth .......,........ 100 Richeson, Alive ............ 351, 190 Rickman, XVil1iam .,..... ...... 1 62 Rider, John .............,............ .16 Riddlt-slua1'ge1', NV. P. ..,....... 46 Rieder. Robert ............, ...... 1 515 Hit-ke, Forrest ..,........... .......... 5 15 Riesch, Betty ..............,-........ ...,111, 171. 205, 209, 250, 271 Ria-15011, Poanne ............ 208, 250 Riley, Saville .... 101, 103, 212 Rinehart, Keith ......,............. 130 Riordan, Mary ......,............. 196 Ritter. Kittie Dee .........,.. 2 .... 03 Roadman, Xvilfred ........ 351, 1516 Rohh, Marvin ............ ,..... ..... 5 1 5 Robb, '1'1101T1HS .......l. ......... 1 08 Robbins, Lloyd .......1.....,...... 132 Robbins, Margaret .... 184, 271 Robert, NVi11iam ............ 751, 165 Roberts, Ramona ................ 1516 Robertson, Carl .................... 152 Robertson, Ernest ................ 222 140, 141, 222, 245, 246, 247 Robertson, Lenard Robertson, Thomas ......111, ............126 170 Robideaux, Vernon ......,.,..... Robinson, Horace ............ 32, 34 Robinson, George ........ 59. 172 Robinson, Patricia ........,..... 203 Robinson, VVa1ter ................ 152 Pohinson, Doris .... 23, 190, 2111 Robinson, Louise ............ 23, 1110 Tiobinson, Lurol Lee ........ 190 Rodman, Roland .....,.......... 132 Roehm, Marjorie .................. 108 Rogers, Alyce .............,.. 68, 182 Rogers, Robert ,.... ........1 1 68 Rohwer, Eggert ..,..... ...... 1 48 Rolander, George ..... .168 Rolfe, Kenneth ........,.,........... 128 Runes, Marion ............ . ........... 192 Rooney, Melvin 74, 75, 711. 1 60 Root, Della . .............,............. 1210 Root, Donald 39, 146, 318, 320 Root, George ........................ 257 Rorvick, Berger 144, 243, 289 Rorvick, Earle ............ 14-1, 289 Rose, Clarence ...,.......,.......... 119 Ross, Kina ........................,.,... 190 Ross, Margaret ........,... 55, 178 Ross, Mildred ...............,........ 200 ........69, Rossxnan, jvalter Rosson, Bill ........ 124 247 Roth, Frances ......... .... , ........ 1 S18 Rowe, Charles .....,...,............ 162 Rowland. Dorothy 119, 180, 314 Rue. Robert ......... . .....,.......... 124 Rue-cker, Leonard ................ 134 Rush, XValter ........,....... 55, 168 Russell, Elizabeth Ella .... 1112 Russell, Ettahelle ........ 519, 210 Russell, Keith ........................ 05 Russell, Richard ............ 54, 106 Ruth, Robert ...............,........ 172 Rutherford, Thomas Don M172 S 21,10 212 Sl. Louis, Lorraine ............ but-nett, iiiary ....,. . .,....... 11, Salisuury. Patricia ....... .... . bi xltzmeui, .Jawa ........... Samuelson, Allen .......,........ Sanders, 1'10I't'llCE ........ -11.1, banners, John ..,......,.,..,,,.,,,.,, Salioers, Paul ...................... Sanders, Phyllis .................. Sandner, Al ......,......... 240, Lzanuness, Earl ........... .1-111, Sandstrom, Clifford ,.,.,....... Sappington, Marguerite .... S21.l'?l.Z1l1, Harriet .... 311, 154, Sarkela, Harold ...........,' 1 2-1, Sarlat, Sylvia ...............,,,,.,,,, Sarpola, 'Fed ...,.... 16-1, 226, State, .losepn li. ............,,.,, . S2lL1I'1ul'l'S, george ....... ...... Sa1.1r11'1ers, Gladys ...,, Sautter, Myron .... Sauvola, Lloyd ..... ...... Savage, Billie ...... .,.... Sawyer, I-le-len ....................,. Sawyer, Laurie ...... ..... 3 111, S1-liaefi-r, William Ross .... SK,'112il?ft'1'S, Grave .......... ....... Schaffer, Lillian ........ 111, Scfhanziep, Cnarles .. .... .. S1 S1 Sr S 1 Sc -111-dll.-r, Martin ...... ...... -1111-11, Estley ..... ......... .... , -lilapliohl, Betty ..... ...... -1111--sser, Paiilirie .... -1111-rer. lsahellt- .,,.... ,..... , '1llll0l', Nina ........ -111, 18-1, Sc-hrenk, Shirley .............. S1-1 humki, Naiiette ...... ,,....,. - 1n1tt'e1'. tlilhert ........,... . Sc' bc St' S111 1101't?ll1Ilt'1'g', Dorothy ...... iriver, James .... 54, 1-14, Schultz, Francis .. .........,... .. St-liulze, Robert .........,...,...... S1-liwah, R2l.yl11011C1 ..,....... Sc-hwa1't,z, 'l'1-t1 ......... .... Sc-hwieger, Georfre .... 144, Sc-oggin, David ......,..........,.. Scott, Donald ,..... ,,,.... 1 02, Scott Earl ........... ......,. ...... Scott, Evelyii ...... .l0l, Scott, Harriet .... ............ Scott, Jane ........ ..... I 39, Scott, Lillian ..... ........ 15 9, Scott, Norman ...................... Scott, 1Villiam ,..,.... 71, 160, 314 Seovel. Ruth .,.......... 1911, 71, Scroedt-r. Henry .................. Seabrook, Peggy ..,... ........... Sears, Richard ., .......... 124, Senvey, Joan ....................,..... Sederstrom, Eleanor ,. ....... . Sederstrom. Verdi ..... . ..... . Seeley XXY1111211Tl 119 , . 144. Seely, Betty .......... ......... . ..... . Seelv, Eleanor ......... ...., Sexrale, Ray ............................ Seihert, Luther . .........,, -18, Seifert. Iirank ................,...... 142, 14.1, 115, Se-lander, Genevera Selder. James ..,... ......... 1 64, Selfricge, Lloyd ......., ......, Semler, Leonard ..... Se-riders, 1Villiam Seufert, Edward ....... ....... Suefert, Richard Seve-rson, Clifford ,............ Severson. Ralph 48. 134, Sevier, Bettv ..............,......... Sevier, Claudia 23, 200, 250 Sevits, Maxine ...,..............,,.. Seward. Robert ............ ........ Sexsmith. Clifton ...... ....... 1:10 158 222 11111 130 246 204 2-17 228 112 1112 2110 230 210 228 .1215 124 223 122 136 1144 188 Z0-1 152 2118 250 1214 2821 1:10 .113 lim 1112 C1115 11' 155 182 210 2:17 1513 1113 217 1:11a 242 1:10 12:4 U23 212 1111: 212 1111: .113 206 140 198 247 N110 180 160 2-12 196 117 156 2415 310 S00 2'0 234 152 158 1411 1-fli 2241 2-117 173 252 212 1113 1114 Seyholt, Ottilie T. .................. Shank, J. B. ...,,,,,......,,.,,1...... 1551 Shannon, Rin-hard ,.,,.. 1251, 170 Sharff, David ...,..........,., ....,. 1 59 Sharp, Eugene ..,... .,,.,.. . .194 Shaw, Marv ......... .,...,, 2 00 Shaw, Pauline ......,. ...........,. 1 510 Shea, Patricia ...................... 2011 Shea, 'Fhnmns .... ,....,,,. 5 4, 1114 Shean. Shirlev .1.. ,.....,,...., 1 R6 Shearer, Harold .,.......,., 156, 242 Sheehan. Philin ...........,,..,,,.. 1512 Sheets. Robert .,,...,,,,........,,., 126 Sheldon. Mary ....................,,., 214 gf'1WP11Gl111PT2'E'l'. Glen .,........ 16S S-hellev. 'Flwodore ..,.....,....... 170 Shenker. Alfred , .......,. ....,.. 1 58 Sheparrl, Allan ,..,...... ,.....,, 2 JG Shepard. Elizabeth ..,.,.....,. 100 Shepherd, Jane ...........,....,.., 100 Shenherd, Ruth ,.1.,....,........,, 1512 Sherlock, Mary Elizabeth.. 192 Sherman, .Tohn ,..,.......,...,..,. 142 Sherrard. Jeanne ..,....,.,,.,,,. P06 Shiley. John ..,....,.... 51, 54, 172 Shimshnk. .Tack ..,..... 158, 207 Shinn, Delos ..,.,.......,,,............. 51 Shmn, Jess ........ Shiogi, Sliiple Lury .,.. .,...... y, Kenneth ...... 9. .. ,.1., Siioeinziker, Doris Shook, Zo Anne ., Short. Stanley ,...,..,.,, . Snumate, Beverley blt.'VS't'l'1., Alan .....,,,.,.,.. Silva, .Task ...,.......,...... Silverxxood. lit-rniit ml" iii," Sirnmons, Max .,,,,, w,w.,, ,,,,,, Simmons, light-rt ,,,,,-,-,,,,,,-, 511110, Norxnan , ,...,.,,,,,,,.,,,,.,, , Sllllbson. .-xlexander 111, Simpson, Hugh .w,v,,,,,,,,,,,--,,, Sine. r. P. .,,,.......,, .,,. . , ,.,, Shade, Bill ,...,,,.,,...,1 ,.,.,, Skellcy, B016 ,11,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,-,, Skillern, Marijane ,,.,.,,,,,,,,, Skilling. Virginia .....,,..,...,.... Sxinner, lfliarles ..........,. 1111, f.7K111VVOl'I1'1, George .,,,,,,,,,,, Skir1'ing', John ,,....,,,,,, 1:32, Skirvingq, Mary Ann ...Clin Slade. 1-'red ..,.,.,,,, ,,,.,,,..,,,..., Slater. Woody ....... ...........1.... Small, Mollie .,... 1102, 11131, Smith, Adele .......... .. Smith, Brad .,.,... .. .,,,.....,.. .. Smith, 1"l1z1n1ll1-r .. Smith, 1'harlott1- . ., 1:1'l11Kl1, Cliftoii ,,,..,....,......., Sl'l1.Ki1, Donald 1211, 2-111, Smith, Edgar ,.,....... . ..., .. tiniith, I- lorem-e .. .. Smith, Galt- ,....,,,... 54, 1110, Smith, 1.11-m'ge 111. .. .,7-1 Smith, George F. ,,,. 751, Smith, 1111-nn . ...,.... S1l11f1!, Hazel ....1il, Smith. .Inuit-s ... .. .. Sl1111Q11.11O11I1 . . 11213 Smith, Fat .....,,..,,. ,. ,1., Smith, 1',l"2'g'5' Lou ,,,, . .. Smith, I-'risvilla .,.llT. Smith, Divlt . ,,,, ..,, . , Smith, Ralph L, . Smith. 110111-rt I, ......,......., . 224, 2212, Smith, Robert li. ..,, Smith, Seth ..,,...,..,. .. .... .. Smith, Stanton Smith, Peggy . .,,, Smith, X1'arrt-n ...,... ...... Fmith, XV. D. .. .,1,, Smith, 'Fed , ,.,...,,, Snell, Richard ,..... ....,.....,.. Snoke, Boll .....,..,,.,..... ...,.. 5 4 Snow. Marg'ut-rite ....., .. Snyder, Mildred .. ,,,.. 1112, Soule, Lois Ann ..,.,.,, 177, Spaugh, LaVern ........,.,,,,....., Spaulding, Raymond 1.50, Speer, Robert .........,..,.,,,,,..,,. Spencer, 11 E. ...,,. . 1413 ..1i:l 24:1 1111 180 111-1 314 1:54 10-1 1211 115 12-S 2-11 1513 21111 144 1.14 210 180 12111 106 2-17 178 1-10 HS 2011 21111 12-IZ 1"1i 121-1 1.31 2-17 1112 173 23111 1415 12111 1111.1 11'-1 212 2-IT 1-12 150 115' 210 115 1-1-1 1615 1-iN 201 1515 11-1 H87 170 1214 100 100 314 2-U1 T0 254 15" Spent-er. Gretchen ..... ...,....., 1 17: Sue-irs, 1'Villiam .. ...... ..77. 121 Spence, J1-an ...,.....,..,........... 200 S1111--s, Florence .....,......... 200 Spivak, Henry .... -18. 51, 54 1021 Suliid. Margaret ...,..,......... 200 Snrague. 312111-'.i'21.l'65't .... . ..,.., 214 Snrazue, Edvthe .. ..... ..,.... 1 11 ST1l'?15l'l.19, Pale June . ......,.... 1512 9111'f1!3'llG. Robert ............ 55, 140 Snroat, Robert ............ 124 Starr. Virginia ..... .,...,,.,...., 2 00 Staehlins, Donna ...,, ......,... 1 SS Stafford, Charles .. ..... 14-1, 212 Stafford. Robert .........,.......... 163 Staiger, Stanlev ...,,. . ......,... .. 146, 265, 267, 2110 312 Stallcun, Barbara 188, 255, 206 Stanke. Sunny . .,........ 110, 210 Stanton, Ed , .,.............,......... 236 Staples, Catherine ...,.... 30, 151-1 Starhut-k, Thomas .... 132, 7741 Starrett, Ruth .....,.....,........,. 19-1 Stearns, .-Xrha Fay ,.............., 138 Staub. Eleanor .... ......,....,. Y I3 Stearns. James .....,......,. ..... 1 251 Steed, Elizabeth ........ 101, 200 Steele, 'Rf-ttv .....,.....,.............. 200 Steele, Beverley ..1..... 254, 255 Steele. Eleanor . .... .,.......,,,, 2 00 Sfeele, Flved ................ 140, 247 Ste-1-19, 1Ves1ey .... ......... 121 Stehn, John ............,.. ..,,..,,,, 1 00 Stein. Norrv .,,...... ..,. . .JN Steinhauser, Marcia .... 60, 206 Stenstrom. Marshall . ........ 222 Stephens. 1Vi1fr1-d ...... 246, 2-17 Stenhenson. Robert .,.......... 156 Smith. S Sfenhenson ............ 211 Stetson, Elizabeth ...,.........,., 110. 204. 270. 271 Stevens, Chandler ........ 117 150 Stevens, Pharles ........ 164, 311 Stevens. Samuel . .,....,,........ 150 Stevenson. Annabel ............ 227, 292 Stevenson. Kenneth ,,......,... 140 Stewart. Dick ...... .... .......... 1 2 R Stow, Vlrgxl ...,... A..... ............... 177, Stimson, Robert ...... Stinnett, .Joan ....... btiuson. Janet ....... btnllman, A. EL ...,... . Stcirwalt Hun" -: , . y ..... Stocks, Rouert ......,..,... moduaru, Ruth .,........,...,..... Stone, Kneeland ..,.. ,,.. . 23 S, Storkerson, Mary ..,,.,,.... morn, Edgar ............,.. Storli, 1giI'l112ll'l .... 124, 236, Strickleer. Charlotte Strohecner, Edward ...,..., 144 242 243, Strong, 1-lerherty .,...,.. ' Stuart, Ermmc . .,..,....,,....... Stuart, Jim , ............. Styles, Charlotte .... , ..,.....,.. .. 146 Sullivan, George .....,.. Sullivan, Lloyd 132, , 265, Surles, Leonard ,..,....,........... Sutherland, Helen ................ Sutllerland, Jean ....... Sutton. Beverly .... .. Swango, Florence ..... Swanson, Earl .......... Swanson, Earle ...,................ Swart, Bettylou ................,... . -, 47, US, Swearingen, Virginia 263, 164 204 140 126 124 160 178 ZUS .AZ 143 IIZIS 206 242 20-l 12-1 237 128 lb-1 246 134 Z02 222 190 247 267 160 202 .,lS 180 192 150 124 316 204 Sweet, Mary Alice ................ 204 Swift, Alice .............,,........... 1298 Swift, Eleanor .....,...... 198, 266 Swink, Don .....,..........,,,......,., 146 T Tat, Russell J. .,.,.................... 95 Tait, James ............................ 134 Tattersall, Edwyn Russell 160 Tawney, Ruth .....,.,...,,,.,.,,..... 55, 175, 200, 201 Taylor, Doris .......................... 180 Taylor, Margaret .,.............. 1532 Taylor, Jean .,.......,........ 113 190 Taylor, Pat ..................., 200, 265 'I'ayIox', Helen ....,,.... ....,.,.,... 2 06 Taylor, Patricia ...........,.,...... 204, 263, 271. Taylor, Catherine ....,... 68, '100 Taylor, H. R. ................,..,..., 114 Teeter, J. XVa1'1'e11 ............ 320 Teeters, Eleanor Mae ...... 200 Telford, Carol June .....,....., 192 Terry, Clair .........,............,..... 160 Terry, Leland ,............ ...IGS 169 Terry, Roy ............,.,................. 71 Thatcher, Jean . ...,.........,..,,... 206 Thatcher, Mary 206, 252, 263 Theda, Margie .....,....,............. 190 Theobald, Roma .....,...... 69, 186 Thomas, Donald ....1............. 126 Thomzms, Edna May .....,..,.,. 194 Thomas, Ed ............ i..-.... 5 5, 155 Thompson, Theodore .....,.. 170 Thompson, Betty Jane .... 275 Thompson, Blanche ..,...,... 202 Thompson, Fayette .... 55, 160 Thompson, Jerry Joseph 150 Thompson, John ................ 122 Thompson, Lester VViIliam . ..,................ 50, 55, 160, 230 Thomsonl Beatrice .,..,..,..,... Thomson, Willizxm ........... Thurmond, Arleen ................ Thyng, Amie ..,,.,.................. Timm, Bernhard VVayne Timmins, James ...,.... 275, Titus, Marjorie Ellen 101, Tnhie, Frank ..,,..,,..,,.............. Todd, Barbara ................. Tomasi, Howard ..,.,..,... .55 Tomlinson. Frances .. ,.,,. 250, 251, Tongue, Bob .......,.....,.,.......,,. Toole, Allan . .,..,........ .,..... . Toon, Robert .......... .l...... Tooze, Virginia ...... ...,.... Torgeson, Louis ...... .,..,,.. Torrence. Ellen Torre ' Cordon ,y, 1 .,,,... Totmzxn, Hubert . ........ ........ "Power, Don . .,,,,,. 152, Towne. VVayue 237, Trask, Roy ..........,.......i..-... H54 ...NBS 194 196 150 292 204 128 200 134 254 132 140 109 IRR 150 246 168 154 '1'1'eadgold, Genevieve 196, 'Ifreuc-o, Vyfalker .,............... '1 ressel, James .... ...........,.... 'Fri J Ch'u'leQ 129 Dx. L - ....-.---,1. --. 'l'ripp, Geraldine ........,,........ Truman, XXY1l1ifl'Cd .....,,.....,. Tully, Norma ......,..., .,..... Turnblud, Kay ,.,.. 1... ....... Turxmull, George . .... ...,...... Turner, Donald .................... Turner, Dorothy .................... Turner, Jerry ............ 119, 'l'urmer, Mabel .... 117, 177, Turner, Marian ...,................ Turner, Thomas ,....... 119, T Iel Yung y V- ,........................ Tyrrell, Helen Virginia . 263 144 144 236 198 U60 188 212 H66 126 210 172 210 194 150 208 132 212 D39 100 U Untermann, June ...,...... 23, Upton, V'Oua ,..,.................. Underwood, Rex .....,,.,... SIU, Utley, Virginia ......, Utter, Delbert ..,..................... 212 132 V Vadnais, Bernice ,...,......... Vadnais, Robert ..,.,1..,.,. 144, Van Cleve, Joanne .......... Van Dellen, Betty Jane.. 150, Vandeneynde, Patricia .. Vandevert, Jack .................. Yan Van Van Van Van Van Dusen, Brenham ,... Dusen, Lloyd 164, 246, Duyn, Allen .,............ Dyke, William ..., 136, Loben Sels, Mariana Marter, La Verne 126, Van Matre, Margaret 178, Van Vactor, XVilIiam ...... Varoff, George 148, 236, Vzwghan, Hermione .......... Vaughn, Robert ..........,..... Ve-atch, John ..,,.................. Veatch, Lilyann 69, Vernstrom, Roy ,.......... ....6S, 69, 134, 247, 317, Vieth, James ............,... 110, Vincent. Dean .....,...,,. 144, Vincent, Fred .......,........ 146, 158, Volchok, Zollie .... 54, Volstorff, Clifton ....,......... 104 242 186 263 208 140 164 247 144 314 206 230 250 130 237 212 136 126 TSG 31h 126 242 240 257 160 Von Berthelsdorf, Siegfried U5 Von Luhken, Adele ....,....... Voorhees, Margaret ....,..,,. Vosper, Robert ,,,.......... . .,.,... . Voss, James Cecil ........,..... 117 198 N27 122 W YVade, Ralph . ..,.. ,.... , . 4VVale,y, Merle Vvachtel, Ellen ...,..,.....,..... Wagner, Betty Xvagner, Clyde XVagner, Robert ....,....... 49, Wagstaff, Jack Xvagy, Jeanne ........bl, Gb, ,- Xvilhil, Anne ..........,.,...........,.., .,,,206, 277, 282, 288, 309, VW1111, Elizabeth ..........,......,.. XWQICS, Jack .....,...................,.. 'wValbridge, Connie .,,..,........ Walden, Cecil .... 156, 220, VValdort', VVarren .... 68, 71, Vvalker, Donald .................... Walker, Geraldine .... 101, XVallace, John ...,..........,.......,. NVaIlace, Philip ...,..,..... 160, Wallentine, Kathleen ........ Waller, Frederick .,.....,,....... XValnum, Charles .............. Wfalsh, Priscilla ...,................ Vkfalstrom. Levelle .... 101, Xvalta, Florence ,.,,.....,...,.... XValton, Dudley ..,.............,. 'Wa mhach, Alexander .,.... VVanty, Merritt .........,...,...... 79, 124, 246, U95 314 188 205 N95 168 247 206 316 212 166 186 224 150 168 184 128 294 212 196 194 192 124 154 132 Ward, 15iL1'lJE!.l'tI 106 'Warm Liurbaru lu. .,.. 111,, PID Wzxrrell, George .................. lui! XVa.rren, Alvin ,....... .... 1 36, Z43 XVarren, Dean .............,......., 444 Nvarren, Uarleen ................ ms: Nvarren, John ............ ua, 230 Hfarren, Richard ...,,.........,... lu-L Nvznrren, Stanley uii, .S-tu, z.-nl YV21l'I'1l1g'l0ll, Wm. ................ tw 'N-Vascher, 'Pete ...........,.... H, 124 NVashburne, Eileen ........,,.. Zuu Wzmske, Paul .,.............. 10h, 23:1 NVasser, Earl .................... 54, 1,64 VVa,tkins, Robert ................,. 140, 246, 247 XVatson, Jean .,.....,.... 178, 252 WVatson, VVillis .... 54, 14-1, 238 Vifzimtson, Richard 54, 164, 174 VVeatnerly, Marie ...,.....,.,..,, 200 XVOZIVGP, Clark .,,.............,... 1.48 VVQIJIJ, Stuart .,.. 172, 294, 314 XVebex', Joun ,...... J36, 243, 247 NVebsteI', Cutler ..,...........,,.... 14S VVeekly, Orville ...,. J ......,,,..... 130 XVHIHQT, Milton .... ,..... 1 58 VVelborn, .Lois ...., ,........ 1 .80 XV1--lls, Dorothy .,.. ....,..,.... 1 90 1.Vulls, James . ,,.., ....... 1 19, 132 VVQ-lls, Ray ...........,.,,..,.......... 152 XVendL, VValte1' .,....,.........,... 134 Vkferschlcul, Leslie 126, 239, 242 VVerschkul, Richard ......,..... .. ,...,..... ..,..... 1 26, 238, 243, 247 WVest, Gloria .... 1 .................,... 210 Xvester, Karl .... 50, 51, 54, 136 NVeston, Harold ............ 121 124, 125, 237, 246, 247 258 XVeston, Jane .......,............,... 208 YVeston, Marianne ......... ..,.. 1 D8 Wethercd, Patricia ,.... ......... 2 04 Xvethey, Betty ..................., 200 XVetmore, Sherman .....,.,,.., 240, 241 VVha1luy, Harriet ..... ,......,. . .192 Xvheelvr, Dorothy ........ .200 Vkfheeler, Edwin .................... 144 VVhee-ler, Wfilliam .............. 170 1Nhite, Douglas .,........,........,.. 84 XYhite, XVallace 136, 236, 243 VVhite, VVendell .......,,......,...,.. 95 NVhite, VViIlie ........,... ......... 1 GS Xvhitfze-ld, Bob ......... ...,.... 3 5 VVhitehurst, Logan .............. 142 VVhitelock, Virginia ............ 198 VVhitman, Dick ...,........ 164, 230 Xkfhitnack. Kenneth 50, 54, 172 Vifick, Bob ,......., . .................. 124 NVidemnn, Otto ...,................ 148 Vkfiener, Norman ..... .,..,.,,.. 1 24 Wiggin, Arthur .....,.............. 160 NViley, Gilbert ............ 55, 164 VVilhelm, XVinifred .............. 208 XViIhelm, George ..... .......... 1 52 VVill, John .,.........,.. ....,......,. 1 64 Vvill, Mildred ,........ ...,.... 6 0, 63 Willcox, XV. R. .,.................... 29 XVil1iams, Barbara .... 101, 200 1Villiams, Eileen ....,...,......... 196 XVilliams, 1ViIlie . .... ......... . 1Vil1iams, Edyth ........ ...... XVilIiams, Ernest ....... ,..... XViIliams, Frances, ....,......... VViIliamS. Bfargilret , ....... XVQIIQQHUS, Mildred ...... , ..,,. If 244 212 132 206 208 U60 XRVIHIHIHS, Marv .....,............., ........,........ 177, 214, Wwllmms, Iuarl .............,,...,.., YV1Il1ams. Pxchard .............,., .,.....,....166. 239, 267, 277, XVilIiams. Thomas ....,......... XViIlis, Ellsworth ....,............. VVillson, Virginia ......1,,..,..,, 1Vilson, Amev ,......., ..... W'i1Pf1n. Bettie ...... ............ Wilson, Charles . .1.............. . Xvilson, Verna ........,... 101. VVilson, Calvin ........ 48, 55, Wilson, Elliot ,..............,.,.... Vvilson, John ...................,...... Nvilson, Lloyd . ..,.....,...... 48, Xvilson, Maribeth , ..,......,,,.. , Wilson, Robert B. ............, . Tvilson, Vvard .... 136, 236, Vkfindsor. Darold ........ ......... Wines, Robert ,...,................. Winetrout, Clarence .....,....., VVinslow, .Tack .....,,..... 132, VVinslow, Robert ,..,.... 132, 215 246 319 132 144 1.80 200 199 128 184 13S 230 172 1351 IDR 133 243 164 122 140 230 174 NVil1t61'S, Doris ....................., S5 NV111tern1utu, Hob 126, 241, 243 NVintex'mutu, Urge! .,.......,..., 228, 220 Wiper, 'Phomas ....,.......,......... 110, 150 246 VVir1'ick, Marion ......,. .,.,........ 1 90 NV1tue1's, Jeannine ,...... ....... 1 88 Withrow, Lee , ..,,........,..,,,..... 122 X'Vlf.lkltC1'l, Ronald .........,.,.... 142 XVitt, Dorothea ....,,,. 23, GS! 178 Vhttliff, W'iIbur ,....... 144, 242 W'odue-ge, Bertna ................ 200 xVOC1?lUg'l3, Martha ................ 200 W'ohIer, Ben .........,....., .......,.. 1 68 VVolcott, Aurelia ........ 177, 194 VVolcott, Irving ........... , ......., 126 XVold, Priscilla ............ 117, 190 XV0lfe, Helen ......... ............... 2 00 Vifolfenden, Marionbeth ..,. .,..........111r, ISG, 272, 305, 310 XVolfendeu, Ruthalbert 103 Xvong, Jacqueline 101, 103 200 VVOOCI, Addison ..,....,,,..,...,,.,,, 74 VX'o0d, Fowler .....,........,.,,,,,,,, 154 Wood, John Gibbon ............ 146 Wood, Walt ...........,.........,,.., 110 NVood, Kenneth .,,......,........,. 122 XVoodall, Ralph ,.,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 128 1Voodruff, Edith Louise 212 NV00druff, Joliene ....,....,...... 206 XVoods, James .,.. 119, 134, 135 NVoods, NVil1iam ....,..,.... 63, 170 Xvorkmzm, Betty Doris 180 NVormser, Mary Jane 177 208 VVright, Edna ,,,,,,,,,,.,.,,,,,,,,, 133 XVright, Marcia ........,.,......... 106 VVripfht. Mary ..,.... ....,.,.. 1 S4 Xvright, Patricia .,......,......... 178 YVright, Rita ...............,...,....,. 69, 186, 262, 263, 271, 201 311 Xkfright, NVilliam ....,.., 55, 138 VVulzen, Doris .................,,..,., 192 XVunn, Donald ......,..... 102, 103 W'yatt, Edwin .,,.,.,.,..,,,,,,,,,,, 130 XVy11tt, VVendell .,.,, ,,,,..,,,,,, 1 26 VVygant, Nvilliam ,,., ,,,,,,,1, 1 24 1Vyman. Eldon ....,.. ..,..,... 1 24 XVyse, Maxine ..,,.................. 192 Y Yaden, Miriam ,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,, 60 Yaden, Peggy ................,.1,,1., 184 Yantis. John ..............., 134, 174 Yarnell, Clifford ...,......,,,,.,,, 55 Yasui, Michi ............,.....,.... 1.212 Yasui, Minoru ,,,,,,,,.,,,,.,, 79 122 Yates. Mary Louise ..,.,,,,,,,, 212 Yates, June ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 132 Yeager, Don Byron 128, 246 Yeager, Mary ............,.,,,,.,,,,, 208 Yeakley, John ..............,....... 136 Yerby, John ,...,,,.,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,, 2 22 Yocum, Elizabeth .,..,.. ,,..,.,, 9 3 Yocum, Harry ...,.....,,. ....,.,,,,, 8 4 Hoshitomi. Jack .,...,............ 142 Young, Beverly ...,.. ,...,..,,,,,,, 60, 109, 111, 190 250 Young, Jane ...,...,................,. 214 Young, Leo ............ 55, 134, 246 Young, Lytle ....,.........,,..,.....,. 124 Young Margaret ,,,..,.. 204, 252 Young Robert .... 148, 174, 236 Yturri, Irene .......,. ..... ......, 178 Z Zamsky, Adolph ..... ......... Zane, N. B, ,,,,,,,,,,,., ,,,, , Zavodsky, Helen .... ......... Ze1ler,Irwin .... , ......,, .,.,.,. , , Ziady, Jonathan ...............,., Ziegler, Frederic .....,..,......... Zilka, John .....,....., 109, 134, Zimmerman, Howard ........ Zimmerman, Catherine ..,,.. Zimmerman. William ........ Q ,,.. .,..,.. 1 .,.. 5 o, 51, 55, 136, Zlon. Shirley .....1.1 - ....,,,...,,...... Zurcher, Clarence .,...,,..,,..,., Zweifel. Adelaide ...... ..,...... 124 H19 178 168 ..67 164- 317 172 314 239 200 136 192 1-I S2 . . . 9 Administration ,,,.,,, ,..,,.,. ,,,,,,, Art and Architecture School ..., 17 Graduates .......,................A,.,..,. 22 Arts and Letters School ,..,,..,,...,. 25 Delta Phi Alpha ,.......,.. ,,,.... 2 9 Drama ................. ....,.. 3 0 Speech .......... ,,..,,. 3 6 Graduates .,.,.,. ..,.,.....,... 3 8 Business Administration School 41 Tau Delta Chi ..........,.,.....,.,..... 48 Phi Chi Theta ,............... .,,.,.. 4 9 Beta Gamma Sigma ..,.....,..... 50 Beta Alpha Psi ,.,..,,...,,t, .,,.,,. 5 1 Graduates ,........,.,....., ....,.. 5 2 Education School .......... ....... 5 7 Phi Lambda Theta ........ ..,.... 6 0 Graduates ....,............, ..,..,. 6 2 Iournalism School ,,,,.... ....... 5 5 Sigma Delta Chi ...... ,...... 6 8 Theta Sigma Phi .....,...........,.. 68 Alpha Delta Sigma ....,......,.. 69 Gamma Alpha Chi ,...... ....... 6 9 Graduates .............. ....... 7 0 Law School ......... ....... 7 3 Phi Delta Phi .......... ....... 7 4 Phi Alpha Delta ....,..... ....... 7 7 Graduates ................,.... .,..... 7 9 Lower Division School ................ 81 ' 87 Asklepiads ..........,.,... ,....., Medical School ..,..,,.......,.. ,...... 3 9 Graduates lNurSinql .............. 93 Graduates tMedicinel ..,......... 94 Music School ....,... ...,... 9 7 Phi Beta .............. ..... 1 01 Phi Mu Alpha ........ ....... 1 02 Mu Phi Alpha ......' . . ....,.. 102 Graduates ................................ 103 Physical Education School ........ 105 Fencing ..................,................. 109 Ski Team ......... ....... 1 10 Ski Club ......,... ....... 1 10 Graduates ..............,,. ........ 1 1 1 Social Science School .,...,......,... 113 Sigma Omega Chi ........,......... 117 Graduates ...........,,c........ 118 6: 1 19 General Index Associations .......,....,................... 121 Inter-Fraternity Council ..........,. 121 Alpha Hall .,.,,.....A...,..,.. ,........e 1 22 Alpha Tau Omega ...... .......... 1 24 Beta Theta Pi ...........,.., ...V....w. 1 26 Campbell Coops ..,.,.. ,......... 1 28 Canard Club .......,. ....V,.Y.. 1 30 Chi Psi ,,.,........,,.,,,,,c .,,..,.... 1 32 Delta Tau Delta ....,..., ....c..... l 34 Delta Upsilon ...,..t.. ..,....... 1 35 Gamma Hall ,,,.,, ....,..... 1 38 Kappa Sigma ,,,,,, t......... 1 40 Omega Hall ....,... ..,......w 1 42 Phi Delta Theta .....,...., ..,....... 1 44 Phi Gamma Delta ......... .....,.,.. 1 46 Phi Kappa Psi ....... .......... 1 48 Phi Sigma Kappa ....,.. ....,..... 1 50 Pi Kappa Alpha ......... .......,et 1 52 Sherry Ross Hall ..,.....,.. ...,.,.... 1 54 Sigma Alpha Epsilon ............,... 156 Sigma Alpha Mu ..,...,.... .......... 1 58 Sigma Chi ....,.,,.... .......... 1 60 Sigma Hall t,,... ..,.,..... 1 62 Sigma Nu .....t.....t...,. .......... 1 64 Sigma Phi Epsilon ....... .,........ 1 66 Theta Chi ....,... .,.... ......,.., 1 6 8 Yeomen ........ ....,.. .......... 1 7 0 Zeta Hall ................w,..V..,..........Y... 172 House Manager's Association.,174 Inter-Dorm Council .................,.. 175 Pan-Hellenic Council ..,.,,..,,,.,... 177 Alpha Chi Omega .,...,.. .......... 1 78 Alpha Delta Pi ..,.,,....,,....,,............ 180 Alpha Gamma Delta ................ 182 Alpha Omicron Pi ..... .....,.... 1 84 Alpha Phi ,...,.......... .....,..,. 1 as Alpha Xi Delta ....... .......... 1 89 Chi Omega ...,,............ ....... . .190 Coed Cooperatives ...... .......... 1 92 Delta Delta Delta ....... .......,.. 1 94 Delta Gamma ......... .......... 1 95 Gamma Phi Beta ...,.. .......... 1 98 Hendricks Hall ......, ..,..,.... 2 00 Orides .........,..............Y... ......... 2 02 Kappa Alpha Theta ,,.......,....,..... 204 Kappa Kappa Gamma ,.......,... 205 Pi Beta Phi ........................,........... 208 Sigma Kappa .............................. 210 Susan Campbell Hall ................ 212 Zeta Tau Alpha ,........,.......,.......... 214 Athletics ..c..e. Football .,l. Basketball ..... Baseball .,tt Track ,,.,....,Y,,.,..,,,,t Golf and Tennis .,., .... Swimming ,,,,,,,,,,A, Intramurals ,,,,tw,,.,,,.,,,. Wrestling and Boxing Order of the "O" ........ Nlilitary ,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,t,, Women's Sports ....,, W. A. A. ,,,,,,.,,,, , .Activities ....,.. ASUO Officers ,,,.,,,,,,,-, Senior Class Officers . lunior Class Officers , Phi Theta Upsilon ,,,... Sophomore Class Officers 264 Kwama .........,......,.,..,., Skull and Dagger ......... Freshmen Class Officers 268 AWS Officers and Council 270 Emerald .,..,,.,........t,.,,,,, Ral1Y Committee ,,.....,. Homecoming .....,..,... Concert Series ....., Dances ,,,,.,,.,..,....... Students Work ,..,.., Students Play ....,.... Iunior Weekend .,.... Tug-o-wcn' ,............,... Outstanding Students . Wesley Club .......,...,,... Hui-O-Kamuina .,......., Bernard Daly Club ....Y. Librarians .,,,.,...,...... YWCA ,...... YMCA .....,. Oregana ....... Lemon Punch ..,... l 06? w ' w , ' x W1


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