University of Portland - Log Yearbook (Portland, OR)

 - Class of 1947

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The past grid season was little short of disastrous for Portland's Pilots, who came through a ten-game schedule with only two wins and one tie to their credit. Both of the victories were wrapped up while the Purple and White squad was on the road. Down in Arizona, the Cliffdwellers rang the bell twice and came through with an extra point to grab a 13-O win over the Tempe State Bulldogs. They polished off the otherwise unfortunate season with a 12-point victory over the Haw aiian All-Stars during their Island invasion. ffmiff' N n Q? - . P' rf, BOB ACTON GENE BARRETT Guard C:nter ' GENE BIGGI Half Back Tackle JOHN CAPPIELLO gc, 1 an gif , . iff' A9 F GENE CONNOLLY JIM CONNORS I-Ind Quarterback LARRY BEI1. Tackle flav- vfgzf' ' SAM CAVALLI End 7 fa?-a 7 . X 54 if 6 . x f' L F, if : . ' f ig A!-M--' .- -1 " -' v . r. -5153 E- 8 fl- , -V" , ROBERT DURHAM Quarterback Portland managed to chalk up only an 81-point season total while their opponents cracked the 200-mark for a final count of 205. Of 81 Pilot points, 78 were made on 13 touch- downs and only three on conversions. With the Leilehua Alumni Hawaiians leading the pack to the tune of eight touchdowns in the season opener, the opposition accumulated 31 touchdowns and booted the leather over the crossbar 19 times for extra points. The Hawaiians made a grand total of 93 points in their two games, accounting for half the points scored against the Pilots during the season. ,,,'.-Q GALE EMIMONS JACK FORD JOE GILLIS Fullbuuk Halfback Tackle DANNY LYNCH PAUL MANNI JACK OBERWEISER Guard Guard End fi Ru.-'Y PRED OWENS WAYNE PARRISH DON ROCHON Halfback Gguard Halfbauk Even though the statistics are lopsided, Line Coach Carl J orgenson reports that under the existing conditions the Cliffdwellers didn't do badly. The squad was handicapped in many ways. Outstanding among these was the lack of experience with which the nearly 100W freshman team started the season. Although spring practice was held last year, only a few of the season's varsity were present and the remainder didn't arrive on the campus until fall. Having never worked together before, the gridsters were diflicult to mold into a smoothly working machine, and it was late in the season that they began to click. i 6 V ., As I PAT SWEENEY I-Ialfback ? www BUD THOMAS Halfback u ?-fx,-, fz4?S::f,,V A YL, RAY UTZ , End STEVE VOORHEES Center 5 i I ED BET!-IAM Halfback BUD WILLIAMS Quarterback .pn-1100? 1 ..l.,,,-'X DICK BROWN Tackle ' 95' '-4. ,H .ri 'tyQ'Zf '. ' ,fx 5.. . ,f M u if. ,pf-""' Y-up-1,,Y. GEORGE BEIL Tackle FRED BUTCHER Quarterback The Pilots opened their first football season in three years against the Hawaiian All-Stars at Multnomah Sta- dium. Starting the game with two fast touchdowns on the All-Stars and a conversion for a total of 13 points. From there on the Hawaiians took over the ball game in no un- certain terms. Bringing with them a neat bag of tricks, the swivel-hipped All-Stars ran wild to bring the final score to a total of 54 to 13 for the Hawaiians. After this bad first game, the Pilots went through the season playing good tough football. V :fwfr 'psf if I X f 'Q -yum:-Q--o-L c PM A TOM CAPOZZI TOM O'CONNOR Guard Center 14 vit!!! : ' D if 3. Q3 ......,.w" 95" L 1 X 'K Q . ' ff: N, 4, 1 . , V .A. X 4, O O ,J BUD EMORY Guard BILL FARGHER Halfback I .fav I ,q "5 AL GROUP BILL HUNT End Quarterback 'fvv '3-Q -PT., Wim av , q 4 x .!,, .nn-.H www-Q., BOB CRAVIATTO End ww' 'X , . 'Q . 53. ,A 1 ,X . 539' ' BUD FRENCH Halfback 1 ,J Q GEORGE I-IUSERIK Tackle ' 1 In the opening game of the season, Portland's Jayvees bowed to the Oregon College of Education at LaG1'ande. Beaten by a 7 to 6 score, the junior varsity lost a heart- breaker because of a bad kick for the extra point. The Jay- Vees lost their second game to the Fort Lewis Engineers, after holding them to a 6 to 6 tie during the first half. The undefeated Engineers came back in the second half to score twice more and wind up the score 20 to 7. In their best performance of the year, the junior varsity brought a 20 to 9 win over the Lewis and Clark team to wind up the season with two losses and one win. I -.. "SF BILL KAMBICH ROSS KELLOGG Tackle Tackle ,-sawn., WALT MACKEY JAKE MANNI Center Guard 2 Qs. . X ED MYERS DICK 0'DONNELL Halfback Quarterback ..v"""'1 nf' s 4 1 X X 4.1 KENNY LIEN Halfback M-H' RAY MANNING Guard 1 4 X -'vw' Q .. Q ' Q A., T a Y: . ' 4 - 1 ,J JACK 0'DON'N'ELL Pullback .ff 4, . . .N? - p' .K ug,. ,s Q ' ' .4 f ' :jx 1--5 . ' P . ' 6' ' 'V 4-I .A E" 4' LEA- -'ig' , , rf i 'i if x s me Q., .ii fi . V A r. , .- 'A . , . , Q. J I S 'f X' u.. " n 7 , . I ,1 I I n, . 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"' , 1. ,. 9-u,w,' 4, 9yA' vw v ,. rl' . F , . - , v,! anjgyfzh 2,1 4: Ny !,,,,,' li 4 2 v , V 3 1 ,' , ,,A , Viv 79, V 'f ,.-,. 'fb , f 1 z fffyi' ' Q . - 3 fc, bf, :pm 15 qnfuh ' 5. ' ,Q J f ' .Mg . Awfff' ,,.yfV7,.ffbff?,4'ffw-'Vf-V15, 5 ,sz BILL SWEENEY BOB SWILLER JIM THORPIEI Guard End Quarterback x I ED WALLO BILL JOLLY End Manager "MUSH" TORSON Basketball Coach The Portland Pilots, playing the toughest schedule of games in the history of the sport on the cliff, against some of the standout teams of the Pacific Coast. rolled up a game average of 48.4 points. They played outstanding ball all season, winning 13 out of 31 games, ten of their losses going to some of the nations top teams, such as Oregon State and Nevada. Playing for the iirst time together, the practically all-freshman team looks forward to a bigger and better sea- son next year. Hitting their stride late in the season, the Pilots will be out for blood in the next year's court season. 5 mw- - MW W ll wi at v 1 l ?W'7 yf 1 9 o-, f v-Qg.."'l1'lZ www M. 32...-' ..4m."5" b e M-rg. N K : ' " -ff 15539, Y, ...M -, ,1"K' :Ez . X . 6 Y ' '- ff-'f-4-'Af I Z -of -,ul 'W' " - - , " "'N"""af..".:3.'!! "f 4w'2magmg .WWW ' ,,..J-va-"'+g,,,. wwe- " -Wwwmfeawv' Q' 1 ..f- y . Zxis . ' n 7 xi 1 , ff? ,QQ ff 82 7 " , f W' i AW? W- M www mm Wif , x . - QW, KY A W x WMM. ...M M. ...N WW WW Mir' ..,,',,-V f X J ! mv A I 3 f f Q, ,AWA - W Q X 4' .151 ' pear- ! V w 'G ,f,, ' f 427 4 , f JZ Z fw 5 ,ew fre 4 PAT RYAN Manager fi' f- , .1 nikki 'PAC if 5,511 if 's Viwf ,4 AL, gl no 1'-Q .L..A, . F t row: Mulhern, Grosjacques, Carlascio, Daniels, Pienovi, Santee, Colombo, Vnylsteke. Second row: Barts, McGee, Kane, Scott, Piccia, Butler, Polich, Owens. ci row: Weatheril, Deekes, Troy, Torson, Morris, Spitzuagel, Clmlcote Bessinius, Haegfy. The Pilot Baseball team, under Coach "Mush" Torson, is looking for scalps along the Coast this spring. With lots of material and many of last year's stars returning to play this year, the Pilots look for a good year with lots of action and chance to make Portland's name known in Pacific Coast College baseball. GAME SCHEDULE . . lfniversity of Oregon April 5 Vanport College ...... April lfniversity of Oregon April 7 Willamette University. . .April Oregon State College .... April 10 Willamette University .May Pacific University. . . April 11 University of Oregon. .May Lewis and Clark ..... April 12 Linneld College ...... .May Vniversity of Oregon April 14 Lewis and Clark ..... .May Vanport College ..... April 18 Oregon State Penitentiary. May Vanport College ..,. April 19 Linfield College ...... .May Vanport College .... April 21 Pacific University .... .May Washingto nState ....... April 25 Vanport College . . . .May The University of Portland Ski Club was formed during the 1946-47 fall semester, to promote interest in winter sports and skiing in particular. More than 100 enthusiasts of the sport of slat artistry appeared on the membership rolls to take part in an action-filled program outlined by the executive committee. Highlight of the year was the suc- cessful Class C Giant Slalom race held at Mt. Hood on February 16th. Pilot skiers proved their ability by taking five of the first ten places in the men's division to place ski- ing high on the list of minor sports at Portland University. I 1 VF 'Q 31 4 ,,. A .4 'wifi-,V - we A- X 'ri . l 0. x. . "AQ"k'.x .- X E. .3 X. gf' jx b SQ eu!-Ax qs I f H' . X , g, xx W 1 - -1 xx 5 ' "N' ' 1 kk, xunl- -1 f-'-'ir .1 ,- , ' .-' Ol? . X . 0""'N B14 19,1 Q1 ACADEMICS .',3 . 1 'Wa- I o If Z' -fl W .. .x-. . ,, , . '.'-A'--. .'i,,1'l::'l. 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After a slow start, the Pilot netmen hit their stride and expect to wind up the season with a healthy balance on the win side of the ledger. MATCH SCHEDULE College of Puget Sound. . .April 5 Linheld College .... .... A pril 26 Oregon State College ..... April 11 Lewis and Clark ......... May 3 Lewis and Clark ......... April 12 Willamette University .... May 9 Pacihc University ....... April 18 Reed College ............ May 10 Linfield College .... ...April 19 Pacific University ........ May 16 Willamette College ...... April 25 Oregon State College ..... May 17 if SMITH, MARLOWE, ACFON, CONNEY, MILICH Opening their schedule with a loss to the College of Puget Sound, the Portland Golf team completely outclassed Lewis and Clark, 25 to 2, and then received a golf lesson from Oregon State College, taking a loss of 23 i to 4. Under a ladder elimination system, Coach Jorgensen cut the team to its present size. MATCH SCHEDULE College of Puget Sound. . .April Lewis and Clark ........ April 10 Oregon State College .... April 12 Pacific University ....... April 18 Vanport College ......,.. April 19 u Willamette University . . .April 25 University of Oregon .... April 26 Lewis and Clark. . . Vanport College ...... Washington State .... U. of British Columbia. . . Willamette University Oregon State College. Pacific University .... May May May .May May May May 1 2 4 8 9 16 17 -Ki' 5-1, -- 1 -fqx . K -R ,oft 2, I 2 .Mr -:P fs , Vey, ' v f "' . G- - , -1 21 .5 A 5 ' 'f' 'if-urge l'liilln'ook startefl oil' 6.1. .f. , .,,l.it o the l'oi'tlanfl ezimpus by I A Q ageiwii. ln,11.'.'.'illing, Pilot Cin 'z 2 to ai, lf-CUTlfi place in 21 threff- ,. 3'f.f:f-' "Sith Ol"'Q'fJTl State and Pa- ,fQf- l'g,Q'.'f-rsitj.'. in their secffmfl meet lf eff- im- 1,1-mfs riiffii- s'r,i'eii51l1 by v:,:'r.1,i,f A Y.':1,ripoi't flollffgf- in nearly U if- Q 'entf aid", MEET SCHEDULE Oregon State College, Pacific University. .April 12 April 19 Willamette University, U. of Oregon ..... 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A , V V! r 5' ' , ll :H""""+"" 'L' ' JJf!.b QM, ,:x"j.' .. 4 ,-.'f.Q' 1 -,'.f.-.yffhy '17 f , - 3 -.sf 2, H - ' ,, U ' ,4f'7'- '. . " .- A 4 4' fr? f ' ' 4 Il. 7 " . , ' , - ' .'-I M' , , , . ' , . I' L an -A - 4 . 3 ns' 1 N. Few A H S E . 5. 9, X I ' I ,, - ' : , 3 ' W ':! , I. . I ,V .V ,. . is ' L, is '- ,Q 1 -:C if ' gt V ' -. , 3: 'Q hx 4 ' Lg '41 . AT .- :, - I A ' ,, H r ' . 1 ' 9 rggj' 5 ' - l i 4. B 0 in .-Q ww f,fL-PER? 4' ,rj I Mpgc.. ', -vfwl.-1' A' r L 4 REV. J. NIEHLING, C.S.C. The new president set high stand- ards of enterprise and achievement in his first year as head of the Uni- versity. He used well his seven years' experience as dean of studies to guide the school through the most success- ful year of its history. By a wise dis- position of available space on the campus, by acquiring new buildings and new equipment. by an unceasing thoughtfulness and constant concern for the welfare of the returning vet- eran. he merited and won the praise of facility and student body alike. E , Q Ahllix Iii-gr. .loiix -I. Hfrirnoicn, CSC. I'he untiring zeal ol' our new dean T Ntl.l'll"5 was tatxe-d to the limit this dr with his new duties of handling ih laruffst student body in the history of the school . . . 1,729 students. REV. FRANCIS P. GOODALL, C.S.C. Our new vice-president came to us in September with a wealth of ex- perience as a highly-trained graduate of the mission fields of India, and as a public relations man for the Uni- versity of Notre Dame. He impressed the entire student body from the first with his inspiring sermons during the Retreat at the beginning of the school vear. Nw f L isitsi Q I emi .1 at aff", .4910 14? ' 'Q S 36.5 I V qfxx I' N ,-. 1 'TF f -2,0 - 1 VI 1 , 1 + . BET. JALCEIS G. QDERSON, C S.C.. Ph.D. Chemistry EARLEXE COXLON, B.N. Dzrector of Health Service X f "N - c 1 5- ' 'E' 'T E REV. ROBERT F. BEH. C.S.C., A.B. Speech REV. WILLIAM J, COUGHLAN. C.S,C., A,B. Mathematics, Physics ff-' . 'iii REV. CLAUDE L. BOEHM, C.S.C., M.A. English, Religion JACK J. CRUIKSHANK, A,B. History SISTER AGNES. BOHEMIA, F.C.S.P., R.N., B.S. Instructing Supervisor in Operating Room RICHARD F. CLEMO. A.B. Speech JAMES A. CULLIGAN, M.E. .f1f?eE?31.F9.1' . . . ,am ARTHUR J, BATCHELDEB.. A.B Philosophy, History. Speech BEATRICE CONLON Registrar of School of Nursing REV. JOHN CURRAN, A.B. . . n ,4 Relizio -f-5 ,259 ' i QA XFN SISTER ELIZABETH CLARE, I'.C.S.P., R.N., B.S. History of Nursing REV. GEORGE L. DUM, C.S.C., M.A. Philosophy, Music M. JOSEPH FORAN, B.S. Economics, Business if ff-J N ', 'Nuff 43- . aw .. BRO. DAVID MARTIN, C.S.C., M.A., B.L.S. Library Science REV, CLARENCE R. DURBIN, C S.C.. A.B. Economics, Business ANNE T. FLYNN. R.N., B.S. 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Grant High School, Portland, Oregon Bus, Ad, Club P 5' riviafi-HV' f 'TOP mtftb-x if - '- ' 'Lf L , iz pv- .ANCIS ' Gleemen Bus. Ad. Club Beacon Wrestling Team - Bus. EDWARD M. FERGUSON. A.B. in LOUIS F. PORTINO' A-B. in Bus. Adm. Grant High School, Portland, Oregon Junior Class President, 1945 St. Vincent de Paul Society Bus. Ad. Club LEONARD GASSNER, A.B. Lincoln High School, Portland, Oregon Biologists' Club RAYMOND J. GILLES, A.B. in Bus. Adm. Woodburn High School, Woodburn, Oregon JOE W. GOEHLER, B.S. Benson Polytechnic School. Portland, Oregon Engineers' Club Quadrant Beacon Log Track S.A,C. DAVID E. GOLD, A.B. in Bus. Adm. Lincoln High School, Portland, Oregon Bus. Ad. Club Spanish Club NANCY N, GOODNOW. B.S. Aberdeen, Washington Annie Wright Seminary, Tacoma, Washington Alpha Tau Delta Beta Beta Beta Biologists' Club Sodality Bus. Adm. Washington High School. Portland, Oregon JOHN R. GEGA, A.B. in Bus, Adm. Commerce High School, Portland, Oregon WILLIAM H. GIX, B.S. Grants Pass High School Grants Pass, Oregon Gleemen Band Sanctuary Knights Philosophical Society JACK H. GOETZE, A.B. Jefferson High School, Portland, Oregon Sophomore Class President. 19-15 Junior Class President, 1946 S.A.C. Who's Who Gleemen Bus. Ad. Club Log Beacon Basketball Golf MARIAN T. GOODNIGHT. B.S. Walla Walla High School, Walla Walla, Washington Alpha Tau Delta ROBERT J. HANIGAN, ALB. Payette High School, Payette, Idaho Who's Who in American Col- leges and Universities Philosophical Society Sanctuary Knights Log wk? 1l1aux1 B. S. 'Beta 'Club I-IOLLENBECK cy' CHESTER A. HOUGHTALING, B.S. JOIfN C, INKSTER, A, B, Portland, Oregon Grant High School Monogram Club Engineers' Club Basketball ROY F. ISAACSON, A. B. in Bus, Adm. Portland, Oregon BERNARD P. JONES, A, B in Bus. Adm. Portland, Oregon Westport High School Westport, Oregon Bus. Ad. Club Band Golf PETER J. KANELIS, A. B. in Bus. Adm. Portland, Oregon Bellows Falls High School Bellows Falls, Vermont Bus. Ad. Club Philosophical Society Beacon WALTER A. KOPRA, A. B. Portland, Oregon PAULINE A. K.REUG-ER, B Tacoma, Washington- Ontario High School Ontario, Oregon Who's Who Alpha Tau Delta Biologists' Club Choral Club Rally Squad I Sodality N.A.C. Log Student Body Pres., 1947 Beacon Junior Class Pres., 1916 EDWARD L. KROPP, . S. ALVIN J. KUPPENDER, A. in Bus. Adm. Portland, Oregon Roosevelt High School Bus. Ad. Club Sigma Pi Upsilon Golf CARMA IVERSON, B. S. Portland, Oregon Bear River High School Bear River, Utah Biologists' Club Rally Squad . PATRICIA E. JOYCE, B. S. .luntura High School Juntura, Oregon Beta Beta Beta Alpha Tau Delta Sodality Freshman Class Pres., 194-1 Senior Class Pres., 19-L7 N.A.C. Choral Club Biologists' Club Log MARJORIE A. KELLEY, B. S Portland, Oregon St. Mary's Academy Beta Beta Beta Alpha Tau Delta Biologists' Club Choral Club Sodality Portland, Oregon ' Grant High School Engineers' Club Ski Club Clackamas, Oregon St. Maiy's High School Eugene, Oregon Gleemen Sanctuary Knignts Monogram Club Beacon Basketball J'R., B. S. fu 'CF' .pn-r-.. 'WK rr-Q... :Q- bs ROBERT F. B. S. Portland, Washington Who's Who in Universities Engineers' Clu Track FRANK LAJOY Pres PATRICIA H. LAMBEBT, B. S. MARTIN M. LARROY'E, A. B Portland, Oregon LOIS I. LEARY, B. S. Portland, Oregon Roosevelt High School Beta Beta. Beta Sodality Biologists' Club JOHN P. LEJARDI, A. B. Basketball in Bus. Adm. St. Teresa's Academy Boise, Idaho Sanctuary Knights Bus. Ad. Club Philosophical Society HERMAN R. LINDEMANN in Bus. Adm. Stayton High School Stayton, Oregon Philosophical Society Bus. Ad. Club KENNETH B. LONG, A. B in Bus. Adm. Portland, Oregon LEO J. MALARKEY, A. B. in Bus. Adm. Portland, Oregon Columbia Prep School in Ind. Adm. Portland, Oregon Columbia Prep School Who's Who in American Universities and Colleges Beacon WILLIAM E. LEARY, A. B. in Bus. Adm. Portland, Oregon Columbia Prep School Bus. Ad. Club Monogram Club Yell Leader 19-11 Beacon RUTH J. LEPSCHAT, B. S. Forest Grove Union High S Forest Grove, Oregon Alpha Tau Delta ' A, B, JANE E. Loom, B. s. Portland, Oregon Jefferson High School Choral Club Biologists' Club MILLICENT K. MacLEA.N. B Portland, Oregon Grant High School Beta Beta Beta Alpha Tau Delta Biologists' Club SHERMAN L. MAY, B. S. Portland, Oregon Roosevelt High School American Chemical Society Engineers' Club 1 ROBERT W. MCMENAMIN, A. in Bus. Adm. Portland, Oregon Jefferson High School Bus. Ad. Club Intercollegiate Knights Rally Squad S. A. C. WALTER J. MIKULIC, A. B. in Ind. Adm. Portland, Oregon Benson Polytechnic School Engineers' Club Bus. Ad. Club MYRNA M. MILLER, B. S. Creswell Union High School Creswell, Oregon Biologists' Club Rally Squad ELEANOR E. MORRIS, B. S. Mapleton High School Mapleton, Oregon Choral Club Biologists' Club Rally Squad JOHN C. NOYES, B. S. Portland. Oregon Roosevelt High School Engineers' Club Gleemen MARY J. OTTO, B. S. Camas, Washington Seward High School Seward, Nebraska F High School American and Colleges Paul JOSEPH MIKOLAVICH, A. B. in Bus, Adm. Portland, Oregon Franklin High School Bus. Ad. Club Rally Squad LORRAINE L. MILLER, B. S. Portland, Oregon Grant High School Alpha Tau Delta Choral Club Biologists' Club LOIS A. MORAN, B. S. Girls' Central High School Butte, Montana Beta Beta Beta Sodality Biologists' Club Log PATRICIA M. NOBLE, B. S. Salem High School Salem. Oregon Choral Club Biologists' Club CATHERINE M. 0'DONNELL, B S Girls' Central High School Butte, Montana Sodalitv Rally Squad Biologists' Club WAYNE E. PARRISH, A. B. in Bus. Adm. Zillah High School Zillah, Washington Monogram Club Bus. Ad. Club Philosophical Society Football fw IU' MCICK, A. B TGOTT. A. ve' rf- PETCO D. Vancouver Vancouver Int, Relations CARL F. RICHARD G. QUINEY, B. S, Portland, Oregon Jefferson High School Who's Who in American Universities and Colleges S. A. C. ROBERT T. RADCLIFFE, A. in Bus, Adm. Portland, Oregon Benson Polytechnic School Bus. Ad. Club Engineers' Club Intercollegiate Knights Quadrant LOTTIE REICH, B, S. Portland, Oregon Lincoln High School Biologists' Club Alpha Tau Delta Beta Beta Beta Log Rally Squad INAROSE RIES. B. S. Portland, Oregon DAVID L. ROSS, B. S. Portland, Oregon Yakima Senior High School Yakima, Washington EDWARD SAXEY, B. S. Portland, Oregon Provo High Schuol Provo, Utah Beta Beta Beta Biologists' Club Biolog in Kr B. GEORGE H. RABB, A. B, in Ind. Adm. Portland, Oregon Lincoln High School Bus. Ad. Club Intercollegiate Knights ROSAMARIE RAMBO, B. Portland, Oregon Grant High School Biologists' Club Choral Club BERNICE L. RENTSCHLE Salem High School Salem, Oregon Choral Club VIRGINIA K. ROONEY, B Portland, Oregon WILLIAM G, RUFFNER. A Portland, Oregon Washington High School Preface FRANK V. SCHEIBNER, A in Bus. Adm. Portland, Oregon Commerce High School Football RB . an Adm School CATHERINEAA. SI-IEEHAN, nf s. VVIIAJLTER T. SHERMAN, Billings High School Billings, Montana N. A. C. Biologists' Club Sodality Rally Squad ROBERTA J. SHULER, B. Parma, Idaho EDWIN E. SMITH, A. B. in Bus. Adm. Portland, Oregon Washington High School ANITA E. STEIGMAN. B. Portland, Oregon RICHARD L. SYTHE, A. Portland. Oregon ALFRED J. THURNER, A. in Bus. Adm: Portland. Oregon Washington High School S. S. B in Bus. Adm. Portland, Oregon Hydepark High School Chicago, Illinois Bus. Ad. Club BARBARA SMITH, B. S. Portland, Oregon Madeleine High School Biologists' Club Sodality SCHMIDT, A. B. B. A. B. ELLEN M. STEFPEN. B. S. LaGraude High School LaGrande, Oregon Sophomore Class Pres.. Biologists' Club Beta Beta Beta Alpha Tau Delta Biolog RAYMOND J. SWBENEY. in Bus. Adm, Portland, Oregon Jefferson High School Intercollegiate Knights Engineers' Club 19-15 A.B. L1 MARJORIB C. THOMPSONl B. S Hood River. Oregon B, JOHN B. VON HOOMISSEN, B S Portland, Oregon Columbia Prep School Gleemen Engineers' Club Football puns 1 I- ff' 'U 'qv 15 ik 1 -JM ,..-.1 'G 9' 41 JOHN P AN JW PATRICIA E. WAGNER, B. S. Portland, Oregon Jefferson High School Alpha Tau Delta Choral Club Biologists' Club CHARLES H, WEATHERSTON. A. B. in Bus. Adm. Portland, Oregon Grant High School Ski Club Bus. Ad. Club MARGARET M. WAIT. B. S. Portland, Oregon Holy Child Academy Alpha Tau Delta Biologists' Club Sodality Rally Squad WILLIAM E. WETMORE, A. B in Bus. Adm. Portland, Oregon Commerce High School Bus. Ad. Club Band Track REECE B. WILLIAMS, JR., A. B. DOROTHY I-I. WOLF, B. S. in Bus. Adm. Ilwaco High School Ilwaco, Washington Bus. Ad. Club Sanctuary Knights Log JOHN H. WOLFT, B. S. Portland, Oregon Grant High School Engineers' Club Intercollegiate Knights St. Vincent de Paul Log S. A. C. Portland, Oregon Jefferson High School Alpha Tau Delta Choral Club Biologists' Club FRED H. YELKS. A. B. in Bus. Adm. Portland, Oregon Benson Polytechnic School Bus Ad. Club Beacon CLARENCE J. YOUNG. JR.. A. B. in Bus. Adm. Portland, Oregon Lincoln High School Who's Who in American Universities and Colleges Gleemen Bus. Ad. Club Spanish Club SENIOHS NOT JAMES S. ALEX A. B. in Bus. Adm. PATRICIA BERGIN, B. S. LEONARD E. FRANK, A. B. in Bus. Adm. SISTER ELIZABETH A.NN HIL- LIER, F.C.S.P., R.N., B.S. JOHN J. MACKIE, A. B. in BUS. Adm. ROBERT F. MERZ, A. B. in Bus. Adm. VINCENT P. PICCIONI, B, S. ROSEMARY READ, B. S. RUTH E. RICKMAN, B. S. WILLIAM R. ROISSON. A, B. in Bus. Adm. PICTURED: ARTHUR L. BELLIS A. B. in Bus. Adm. RAYMOND M. BUGEL. A. B. in Bus. Adm. WILLIAM R. HALVORSON. A. B. in Bus. Adm. ROBERT A. LEIPZIG, A. B. in Bus. Adm. CHARLES J. MCVICKER, A. B. in Ind. Adm. PHILIP W. MUTHERSBAUGH A. B. in Bus. Adm. ANDREW A. PIENOVI, A. B. in Bus. Adm. RICHARD J. REMENTARIA. A. B. in Bus. Adm. RUDOLPH E. RIESCHEL, B. S. CARL V. SUNDBORG, A. B. in Bus. Adm. 1 1 1 1 i 1 Y Y w 1 ,.. 3 4, 51-Q 6 . X632 f' i ,ff 4 . , 41 i :- 4 5- ,, f It 1 ALGWFA 'X f ., 0 DA.NA E, HAWKINS IN MEMORIAM MY, fb W 'Zig f . ,-. uf 4 Ek -4-" '95 wwf ?Df. 'T.""' W' X Y an 4' "" , f W, M. -- 1 1-1 1 , fx.. A 1 AA A 'J V. ADAMS R. ANDERBERG- E, ANDERSON J. ANDERSON I. BASICH J'. BENNETT M. BERTOGLIO C. BICKFORD D. BILLINGS M. BINGHAM CAMPBELL CAPPS CAVALLI CHAUSSE CHRISTEN CLAUSNITZER COOK COONEY J. 'BLANCHARD ,+- 'FP- 3. 3 . "' rj K , xx, Y. V X. . -J .R 1 R f, 154 Gi' i T, BRADY L. BRIDE R. BUGEL J. BUSHONG J. BYRNE X 9' , , -.. 'If -na-. NJ Q gn zu ! 1 I .J DANIELSON DARMER DAVIS DOHERTY DRESSER DRNJEVIC ELBOW, J'R. ELLIOTT J. GRAMSE L. GRANT P. GRAY W. GRIFFITH R, HALL O. HALVORSON D. HAWE L. HELVEY H. ia:NDREs R. FINCH L. FRANK J, GILLEN J. GOOLEY M. GRAP fr 33 lsr" 'F' "-5.4 1 f Iii Q, ,Q , in 9' f ' n kai... .,, .L . . li.. P . M, 43 . in I ikgw: sf X ,uf Q -P A R t fa! 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BJORKLUND J. BLEEG J. BLYTH B. BOEHMER of 1947 Q? 5 q-an J X 'Y 'X A. Bormo A R, B0 YLE :ga A. BREARLY 1. IJ E. BROWN cf. Bnown H. BROWN 07, mor' livin., . W.. ,V .Af V-.Y ' 1 X 1- :esp .'. . LR.. hi! 'Fl' ,395 I' .EL 5-"' 'K S. BROWN F. BROWNHILL A. BURDA R. BURTON G. BUTLER J. CALLAGHAN W. CAMPAU L. CAMPBELL J. CARLSON M. CARTER M. CASHMAN N. CASSINELLI 'Egfr' ff' 1 ,. S. A g f F. 1 'if 2- ' . "' ' e .il I X '1 2 3,3 Q Q-4: K QE if r 'G' gr . .5 W ' Es. 7 Q? . 1 wx Q. ,, 1' WS f-Cf.: , if 'HN' - -' su, . ?.,..... if xx 3, vi - 4 X W Xx wrap" 25559 xx.. ' ' X. . '. f' M r , '53 yn, glffgr Q. ff Q., N Y' . LL' ' TF 'N w X 4 f 'kb 1 -.,- 'Q '+s.-1 Mm, , ' , I .QI A -- W , ,,,,. mn I G. CASSLE R. CASTNER 'Q-K "'f"""' P. CATERINA A. CHILDERS J. CHRISTENSEN M D. CHUN W. CODY B. COOPER snr ophomores Q-, I Y Hg X . 7 Ab -mi Mf f X9 , if f 1 Q 3 . . K- 3 D COOPER K. COOPER R. COOPER C. COX K. CRANE W. DALOS J. DJKIIGELO '. DARBY M. DAVEY W, DAVI S I. DE LONG C. DEIZ of 1947 0. DOMREIS N. DRUREY H. DUNCAN A. DYCK R. EMIG M. ENGELGAU H. DENEKE J. DOLA.N F My 'fs X f sw.--4 f C . , Q... ., , iw? -ze tf:f:I:'E31 .r:1ErE1:1HS ' 57' fi. 'au fm 1 --A 4:- 1-f , , . 'Y-i , Q. 3, At .xx 9 -+ 4 . ' -um -V 4 , if - H i in 'th !5..Lf...-1 ar' 3. fps J. ENGLES L. ERICKSON G. FETSCH H. FLYNN P. PORDNEY A. FRANK A. FRYER L. GAGNER D. GALARNEAU C. GALLAGHER R. GARDNER H. GARTHWAITE I . . if 'W 743 fo? - 'L. wg M"-ua pg lakw ' x 1 JS.. ff -... W .fx J 4,34 W. GAST VV. G-ATEWOOD Sophomnres 'fx xx 3 an ,Q L. GEORGE , 4 , MQ' , my J. GEREN , K ...P fwgfwx - H. GILBAUGH 'nj .' . 'W' 7, I., fi ff ' iw F. GILMAN T. GIRVAN .wi , 5 G' A Sw. 'HQ B. GOODWIN M5142 .,,f.,.,,f w-4' 'vs-qi f ,-'- 111---- f . 4 -A... ,,,,,,,,, E 1 1 P w 'VV f , , ' m t Z Hn L f 3' 3 ' V M . 'AW W Wim M x Y W ., NW My rf 1 .5 R. GORMAN E, GRAHAM M. GUNDERSON J. HAFEB W, GRIMSON R. GRITZMACKER D. GROAT W. GROCE A. HAGEN W. HALL P. HALTER E. HANNIGAN of 1947 M. HANNIGAN C. HANSARD H. HANSON C. HARDING W. HARMON R. HARRIS R. HAYES J. HEADRICK ,fn-A. :CV '33 .2'::.. frafm eva ...Q-.-r .3 lg: iffy Rgvh . 'WN 'UH' F. HEMMEN D. HENRY H. HEUVEL C. HICKSON I. HILL 1. HINSZ .T. HOESCHEN H. HOLBOKE C. HOLM D. HOLMES L. HOOK J. HOPE 4133 fa W fs'- .X , L3 5. ,,, 47 ', 'Ea . L . . 14 L2 , H 55' 'fr R f 41 .' Nj? ? F' if... .f fd? 751 ' N. 4-f H., I , ,-W 'A ' f T. HoRsT W" H. HOWELL f i ,, lizzzfi 'X X .,.- xf 6? X Y B -5 . im ..1. , ' :min ' ' . ,. ff f 4. '- Sophomores Q! w. HUDSON x.. x V 7 K. HUNTER D. HURLBUTT k.m,:qs,,. I . 'G' W .W A 5 A -Y ' E. HURLEY ' cf, HUSERIK M. INGEBRIGTSEN 121 1 .I , S , Q ,.v, lk - i .Q ff' N , x , ' 1 'W'-...f as-N - "K Q6 f . 252454 .Ja 'JJ JACKSON I JOHITSTOH ' -,, GM -N4-f 19- -72 'v"! I 'W ""'HD' X y , .fy WM . , I f 'l::.Wv PM '19 my 1 VLWI , 'A' xy G. JACOBS J, JASPER M. .TEPPESEN H. JETER, JR. J. JONDEEW P, JONES E. KAHM J. KANAS R. KEENE D. KELLY ' 2 'W' "' J. K1EL1NG A ,wx ,, , I Y' 1 wr A x 1 gd A. KIRSCHT A . ..- of 1947 is i 4" 'F-' E. KNOPH S., H. KNOPH '-I R. KOLIBABA A. KORSTAD H. KRAUS N-I R. KRAUS V" "' AA ,,w 1f2 3 S f. 049' , , A A :.,:. A :..,:,. WA iw, A A Aw , xlV"-- Q ' n A 1 'X -ff ' 'fi 'V in A -' A H. LACY J. LADU R. LAKE K. LANCASTER C. LANDES V. LA PORTE R. LARSELL W. LARSON A. LEGATE J. LEHMAN L. LEVERMAN J. LEWIS 'Q 1 - N. N4 r 5, x 'QT VDQ' - Q 'Q' , 'Ny- '-N-7. J. LORENZ fi' R. LUNDBORG swf' 1 'T' b ophomores Q :'f's'i50 x G ! E Q 3 5 4-2 . . f ' i +1 , an ,K A -- ,, , - D. MacARTHUR ' I' E. MACCHINI X B. MacGOWA.N mf wmv SSE. 1 xv., ZZQQQ M . .,. f 52.2 f SQ: ...Mui "':Q' ' fill- 4 , i , nil V95 . rv' N. MALUEG if .W J. MAJVEMOSER . . ., an 6' , M. MacNEIL I -17 s Xb QI-' -'GL f 1 .... fs. , in ,hx , Wg- 1 , M. Q K, ' " "sf V X . Q .,,,..,. 1 , Nj- V, ',, yi' ' ' 'f x , I f .WwMfM- ---V FWQZQQK -S QA? -,.,.'f'Qf 'f 7 K ' 1 A , 2 .5 ' ZW M 'A W? ' f ZQv 1 K' X , xf is V 'A'A X f . I. L.:.11N::I1 R. MCCARTHY C. MCCARTHY J. MCCULLY H. McGIN'NIs D. MCHUGH Zz, LIEECHAN Ii. MERCER J. MILLER K, MILLER J. IWILLS R. MIMS J. MONAHAN 'I T. MOORE 'SIL' 1' -4 if of 1947 9 fm D. MoRGAN E. MORRELL "f Q VN ll' H. MORRISON "W un. 12'- c. MoR'roN 'No T. MUMMEY "isa, R, NAREY """"' p 'IS-F05 Qii' gd! 'fax 1 X.. iw:- 1 F"1""'Nq V, ' " i a"f'af."'i fn Q ,af Q4 V T. NEAL M. NEIGBR H. NESS J. NICHOLAS L. NIELSEN G. NIZICH J. OBA E. 0'BRIEN H. O'BRIEN R. OCHS J, O'N'EAL J. O'NEIL Lai V Jil Q 4? Ai? ,-1-Jim. E WMV T' 'Z' ,,..ff," A 4 fr f 1 ' VK is vi 5' . gm . iv. ww 'Y I jf, L, . 'N R. ORTH C. ORTH Q, G. oRw1G J. PARK T. PARKER P. PARTRIDGE R. PERRIN 1-UQ J. PETERSEN A Qwf .K 'wu- ,www W 02 Sophomores 1 1 1 M 'A qw 1 Q- . I 5 R 'lv' : vu-wg... ' ' .1 A 1 z f ' V. PETBRSEN D. PORTER J. POTESTIO J. FOVVERS A. PRIHAR C. PSOMAS Y. QTJIITLAH U RAGLIONE I. RASK T. RAWLINSON T. READ R. RIGUTTO S. RINELLA L. ROBBINS of 1947 1,5 D. RocHoN .,,,.. R. ROGERS 'ff' G. Roussos P. Roussos J, RUDARMEL G. RUSSELL 475 X. .RX ,nv f-.. 7'5- G. RYAN D. SALERNO C. SCHAEFTER R. SCHLICHTING M. SCHNITZER D. R. SCHULSTAD P. SCHWERDT D. 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WILLIAMS WILSON WILSON WILSON WILSON WINDECKER WINTER WIRFS WOODWARD WORTMAN WYATT YOUNGNERG YOUNIII ZANO T T0 ZELLER ZELLER H O CH STATTER MCDONALD RUNNING J. E. RYAN "'l--Ihr D ' 1 "1 . X1-' 5 1 I- ..: ,x,. ,5 A, , A , ' ff, 'fr' I M ,, ff. wir "Q5'15"fz"Z5fg:f:-V ,??vQ'L1"l32g-cf? P , . .6 ,, ,V M ,. . ag ,5g,15c.,g.,g,.., -,,l'XJHff',Q2:v 'ff -52. ,gfiizzf Eg 'w5,,4g'1,,76,--'-'v-gfQ:g1 y 4331, ,ffifwm M"-w,-'-R .H ,:Kf57f"i'fF1f',"-Mr? A f ' ' if ' assi 212 ' - 1' ' 'ff :if-25211 -?l5'4Q,i'jf83:3'5iiafff'3v15 Wzxzv 2fs.vwE'f fxfiffzliv wZMw341-V , ,, , 1. ,, ,,., ,,,,, 54 .mn ,,.,., , .,f,, - f vw' wif, 1,193 'mf' 'rim' 13. 5+ ,,, by gf.. ,, , cQ?y,,, ,,, fe ,,z,,,,n .V, Q. 1 1,-g , 4, .fmazffk :ru -2, -Ef',1,.2'f.4 fl "" A' ' .,-iw:-'.f72tv'1f+ 1 'ggyifrnaifw wfzfg Jw"- Y ',,,, ., :gn-5f.::,',-we Q., - 111 :Q wr , 5f51z,T:'. 4 if ZEW . 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R 'wx' ' , 4 ,Q W 'I ' ,Z V, ie' , . 3. 321 fi? if Yi' V Q 1 2,5 -5 er ' ,ie ' IZ, , L' ff? 'f . V 5. 1 sk , el ' Q, SL Y ' F339 it . .., .5 THA- 1 ,.g: 'f"' YL" , ,Y Jw, - -4..:f "Aki V ,.U.Ifa'r,::1' " N' 4. L. 'm 9 f. x.. . 2 'I J if X f'?f1'1",?.. 4 Q .W . 1. A 111'-Lg ' 14' 'I' JU. gf Q- : ' .. I 3: . 1 if I I 3' A gy 5 5. I -1.5, " , f 'Mg pf- L . ,,g,' -1 - ' HJW' .-, g 'G . ' '4A," ' ,-Z' -' ' vj.-any ' . -,If 4, r X 5 ,f 1-. ' ,.-J an ,. J 4,1 ,y - ,nz 3 5 3.5-2 A ' ' 'R' A 1415?-,' ,. ,1'!- , 2 - ' Z' 5 , if? k , . . -ri' . if' 5 fif- ax, Q: fgilgfupggif' ' J fi " 1 gf:-+11 ". . POLLY KRUEGER, President Nurses Activity Council A JACK GOETZE, Vice-President VINCE PESKY, President ROBERT COOPER, Secretary Student Activity Council if a f gf x i , r . N I l -. V its 1 5 ,-V, .W S N 5 - , ,Q Vx X G ,,,, L fm e:12v2,fZZ1'f'5i"53?!i'F!2W , . , -.T '- ' "1 q.-get .y,g,,...,' I -.if A. ,V . - . ' gf, ' if was-we n i . , entt . , ' ' , 915, .v ,y , ,. Q is 2 3 ll 5 The activities councils iaffiif bored under a special, handi, cap this year. The stiidentf: body was composed of, .hii bldgfjii men more in t e re s t'eld"-inflfi .W completing their a than in participating in ithef? "Joe College" fun. V-Furthera N moreg' attendance at athletic events, club meetings, a n d publication assignments had to compete with the need of feeding a family and walk- ing the floor with the baby. Many of the traditional or- ganizations of the campus fell by the wayside. Those remain- ing active did so only because of the persistence of officers. In .W M 9' J 1 I l 1 I ! 1 n 1 J i i 1 s l 3 l l - eg, .Vg 1-Q2 . - 'T'-.i,l an-,13 1, . 1 - -- , ', 1. v ' '-L -'V' - ' ' " 5, if: 1.565 tg-zfQ5i4e',5,:.s,ifj1+?2z.f-nfwjiiffiiflfa.,.-gi.,-.TQ'-.' , A A- - -.f-" 1 2" , '. 1- N. 1 - -rf, "4-f1.e:,." 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The highlights of the year were the Christmas concert at the nurses home and the Para- mount Theatre concert. ,.,..,.,, 5. -- .. A . ......,.-f--..--....,. .....................,...1,.f-.-.-.--.-.- Q L- A.: rffwlf ff 4 ,AI .':,,:-'j1,5f gg' . ' ' ' - I' v-1 ,.4.g-g-.J5:E1, .- , . , ' ' gf-3' " if-gig. , . ' 5 , ' df' ffl -'augf.gj.. . ' r, ' .N - -z 413,53-13gi.,?"' 'g 4 ,4 '1 5: '. . Q . Y' F . :w , .- g ,- 44. ,.,,y4,. rl. uw .4 ,'...'.1:.,v:,L gy ,T " P "A, ' .. , -UT 'FJ 'J . w .v 'I' -'-vie-' 'X-,fl 2191.1 .' 1 Q ' W- . ' 4 , ,a-?.'Qf'1QT'?f f.azf2if,,4f, :fi "W-.Ag-1, L 1 i' '-"f ' 5 'WE-fw12'97':1"f"i'f7" Q- , 'if " ' -"f - wg :a.r::g5.c,f.'::', 5-SN "E.-Biff-.' .a ' 'f-.f"1fi 15-sifwe'-.f:A-4.11 "' 3 on ' x , ,,,, ' gym I ,, , Q S, The Sodality in honor of the Blessed Mother A society for the promotioii of religious, cultural, and de- votional activities among the nurses. Qfgj Qi L '.' , dTljeQ:lsoprano concert by the gf. famous Lotte iff: was one of the high- AoY' the school year. How- beautifully deco- n : ,Vi Q A or co", ' -Qc,, " 5 I . X -1, A , t 5 - 1 1, 1 ,fi'n,2'',-'.v:Fl1-Y:-eQ,p'+:1, , , V wrfmlwfe.w4f?fefN5f1 P V . 4,12 K Bi, ,.4, ,, ,,,c , . N x ..-x i.,.lp X, V Aw-g,.,. ET Q l r 1 I 8 s l 1 . -.,.-..Wo,77, -,W , , Concerts t ,......,.-..T- ,. ,f.-,. -.. ... ...,, ..., . ,, , .During the Fall, the stu- j dents of the University had Vo' fl the pleasure of attending ad- ff concert rin Howard Hall given By Ruth and 'Henri Arcand at -' the-piano. 7 ' 4 - l . , f , A jgzgg 1 :..,1.i ....... ...,., , ..gp,.,. ,ml , K L, v -A-AY-,F -,,. sk. s. -6 I t - - Q aff oorr A 4 Mx Vs 'um , W X 1 L 'V 3 lf' ws? A-,V W wo? . el Jfg, Q .mfregiif Q . L f -1 1- The Business Ad Club The club had many in- vited lecturers at their meetings. They were ably lerl hy Pmfessol' Peter- schmiflt. - 1- 1 5,-'ep' 3 M .W 1' ..,- ,-A.n .1 1 Q r LW- ka' u Q M A ,l . v-1 s 9-0 wg 4 F D1 we N 'D t -ggi i ' ' ff, '- H 00 " N A 5 P' e f . . T N , f i ,, f of . Q D s I 1 1 i The Gleemen The Glee Club was led by Pat Fordiiey as President and Father Dum as director. Be- sides the concerts at Christmas and at the Paramount Theater together with the Nurses Chorus, the men traveled to Seattle and Yau- Couver. B. C. If rdf 0 .4.9. e gv,5f"'.ff-1-Zia 1 vfifipsa 7' . '.,',,1.4, . , , fr 1 "',' ' .- ,.- , A . .1 ,Y .. 1 ,,, .-Agia. - ,-': "-,,'QTfJ2rl:"L.',,, 3f,13'i,,- 1 ,D , ' ,.f'D"" fzfifg rd" v- ' . "' X, 'f- ,W ' ' f - ' '-E VJ- - ' . 4' ,. - 'Xc"F".ffzfTf.f-5'-,-..'r?A?:1Lif-f2,faf'f1 f' '4 I A 'Y' V , Y, " . ?4AQ:2'l5,1-34:??'k:- 3.-'fx 15 '7. V' A 'I T jf. ..1,,f'. ,.:j-L Lim re, glifvp-"ET'-if ffigffffs Ip. .- -N ,I ' V 'ea - -4113, p,2v,,.-1 uw' f Fiifl r .A TL ,Qs-,mL K.: g.3i5" o f A! 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'J A ai ' -qqHwy:f4.4..f4:1or,e'V.-'::+'-:v3"?-fc:-1 ii 'AI-f' ,.,-.5-P3 - -, fv ad- If 'fkfirr--erm--':",.: ,gf--:rw :'.Pf,ff" -,fr me.-r:-f.-: -- f I v.. -,-, q .a 1 w3gnQgjpx1,g5x,m ,Q .'f-Lgrrgfviggl, ,-..,.521,9gg-'-r:l g,..,',f, m..F- , fa 4 - ' if '52,"' ?d'f.'ifn'27"'A"9frf' '- vfifvzcqh Q 'F ' ' "' tif'-' cu sp, ,W as - ' -1 fr , wx. W... I ..:fgfv. , 4- .. - 1' A 1-5.- """ ITT L-:L"1"f'. ' '-"re, if L ' ' an F-11 ' ' . '---" 1 --J. fe.. - -- . . f- 1 ,. . 'W ', The Biolog so r Editor stan Brownj1r0! duced one issue of the.ilBio1o4-fl gists' club organjoutfhopesf,'CD3f, 'iQi?f return next year tojthe qudr- 'cerly issue. Several researoh projects are in progress for material. .Z , .1- 1-1 , VN. w J- 1 ,, . .',1.g.w ....,, ,, i ,, va. 'guy--, x .:',,.v f 575, .4 al,-. 'Q wf3',n:wf"f if' oiw FQ? 1 ' Ili -The Body Builders With the return of Phil Loprenzi from the wars, the body builders became very active again. Grunts and groans flowed from the lower floor ofthe gym practically any time of the day or night. fl ll I 1 l El J 1 r l 1 A wiiiil llkifl' ,I -155 'yiji -iv jr 'Z A - . A 3--'-z.,,, 1' I ' ..'f,,,.g V, 1' .ip '51, , . " uv. ,.r A .ri --- , ,, M y -"- anim' ' l ,-'3 'Si' ' . fi-r.'3'1,i'-,M -f...f f,4'. -,.--..f.g-m tf,'.q.m,- -,l..,'-'Q--'-1.-,','., ,.,,.a ' z -4 'Linkin-1-A - L.4...i-gg.xL.a. L 1...-. .L .,..M,L1-,. ,.,-.. A -.. , . . . I a New Era Q any-v EWR X 3 ififr WK ' ixx.X""':.ff' N' fi! of New Buildings ,114 ......, ppc,--' Once more the rooms of Christie Hall were filled with Cliff Dwellers. Old faces fand VoicesJ such as Genial Rector Father Kane, President Wayne Parrish, and Many others were present. The vast number of boarders created a crowd so large that Christie could not hold it. The overflow filled the "Annex", some- times referred to as "Vanport Hall." The boarders participated in all the interhall sports. The Campus Club lv' 1 'UQ 532' x V -:.s, 5 1. 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