University of Portland - Log Yearbook (Portland, OR)

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College life Was depicted for them by such authorities as Father Delauny, dean of men, Father jones, prefect of religion, Bob Boehmer, placement director, and Wayne Durrell, assistant to the dean of studies. Welcome greetings were mixed with pointers on academic, religious and social activities. Along with that academic bugaboo, place- ment examinations, traditions of ancient vin- Intermission at the Welcome Dance was enlivened with 500 variations of the Fight Song. l l 6 J "And this," says Wayne Durrell, "is the way it is." Frosh listened attentively After getting through Registration lines, Freshmen hardly noticed the crowd during the first convo of the year. as they danced to Van Armitage's music. tage were introduced to the yearlingsbyzealous Sophomore orientors. Purple and white beanies blossomed on campus. Smiles to all under- classmen were manditory, and campus signs shone by dint of ample elbow grease furnished by slightly less than eager Pilot Babes. At the end of the Week, the Freshman were formally introduced to college life at the traditional "Hello Dance" Where music provided by Van Armitage soothed tattered frosh nerves. Things began to look up. "lt says here we gotta wear Frosh hats." "lf car A is traveling west at 25 m.p.h., and car B is traveling east at 37 m.p.h. . . ." Placement exams test mathematics, grammer and endurance. 7 mam if A 4 , : f X 5 N A 4 N E ix Kp ng! Wx, , fi, A ' fig' ' 4, " iWM'f W f NE W w Wm W, - , 5 'W J ' ' 19? E , W- 6,4 H. A X Wim FEW? fl-is ww - A Aga ! fl!-f wif "gif f 'fbi I WY ' if' 'NSW ' ,fax f 3,1 . wg. i4 Q 'iwqfi' ,M igiQg3X?!,2 P 5 " 1? ww- f 5 .. , g W W u W gm 4 mu' Q , ,162 441, , affix x 43, ,gig 1' ,fijzmfezfg IRQ ff? 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This year Portland was blessed and confused with the lVlcCambridge twins, Dick and Don, as dual rally kings. Assist- ing thc twins were four rally girls from the College of Nursing. The fem' fatale angle from St. V's added the touch fand it might be said that it was very neatly addedj which was needed to bring the more backward students into violent cheering, for the team of course. They were Peg I-latch, quiet but con- vincingg Maggie Gandiaga, a terror on the "P,-P.O." yellg Dot Senko, subtle charm and a loud voiceg and Pat O'Con- nor, five feet of smiling Trish. Occasion- ally from the sidelines came the old mas- ters of the art of stretching the vocal chords, Jack Vidoni and Bill Colbert, to give a helping leap. The success of a school's athletic team is dependent on the students who can choose to back a team or not back a team. That success is proven by the ability of the rally squad to represent the spirit of the students. This year we were a suc- cess. ' ll's the bestest band what am . . .' 9 Victory belles. COuch!J Caravan to the football game. The fire engine we can understand, but why the superintendent of hydrants? S g g th Cow-Cow Boog M 1' YQ' l ywantsto htth ... F. hut one without looking at f'The smoothest band in the nation", Fred- die Slack and his orchestra, proved to be just that when they turned up for the Soph-spon- sored Halloween dance October 27. The semi-formal dance jammed the auditorium of Education Hall with couples who found the dancing rather difficult, but the listening Wonderful. Slack favorites such as Cow-Cow Boogie, Dofwn the Road a Piece and Kitten on the Keys, kept the crowds gathered around the bandstand. Best liked of all as the orchestra's theme song, Strange Cargo. The orchestra 1eader's efforts at the piano were enough to satisfy the most avid Slack fans who turned out in large numbers for the first big name band of the year. To fit the Halloween theme, the Sopho- mores under Bud Smith decked the hall with pensive pumpkins, black paper cats, and witches equipped with the latest Fuller brush vehicles dangling from an overhead canopy of orange and black crepe paper. 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Brunetta Mazzolini appeared as guest soprano soloist in the bril- liant performance of Handelfs Jlersialz, under james Sample, conductor of Portland's Symphony Orchestra. Miss Mazzolini, voice instructor at the University, gave her initial concert on campus the following night in Education Hall. Her two performances convinced Portlanders that here was a Miss from whom the University could expect great things. W wwf 1 WW, f, N VK, , K' .10 A ' ' .,.. ' kwfflfqw 'J -41 s 'Zl:fff'fZ'vW'7 ff'f.j ff' '-A ,,- ,.,, f. ma:-ffm ?WfTo?i'i45'fw '-WW7fm7M4T3'-e-f-:Q-SIAM-If J M' Q ' ' ww . ' 'G-Q- Q. wiv, f' f f " -A wW"L2 f ii i? 1 ze? ' A ' ' Li iff 4,-w 1.19-vgggmix - Q' ,ug J I , g "wi ef,-Elsa' 4 Q5 ' . M "2 . f , .f wigs... -wi f Q ,. Q A R' h ' 9 4 3- .. , K 3, . - ' rw .W lg, 5' f fwn., ' W 2 w , ,J WR Q 4. 1 ' 1 W f Q . ff? :W 4 , 523355. . ,,.s. fm, 1 5' , Q , Q , -gg. ,.,-. I.: 5 J,..x,,. 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Outstanding were Dick Fair in the role of reporter Hildy Johnson, and Larry Johnson as editor Walter Burns. johnson appeared in the final performance despite a broken ankle, re- phrasing his lines to suit the injury. CAST Dick Fair. . . . H ild y Johnson Larry Johnson. Jerry Dornier . . . . . .Walte1' Burns WllSlJIl Dave Case .... .... E ndicott Bob Barratta . . . . Nlurphy Don Henderson . . . lVleCue Don Mtitcli .... Leo Wricirl .... .luck Peterson . Dorris Ries . . . john Hart .... Kim Sincair ... . . . Schwartz Kruger . . . . . . Bensinger M rs. Sehosser . . . Woodenslioes ...... The Sheriff Pat O'Hearn . . Diamond Louie .I imalee Bayes Jennie Dolores Zzlreinba . . . . . . llflolly lVIalloy Joyce Hoyt ........ ........ P eggy Gloria Marinacci . .. . . . Nlrs. Grant Dennis Cassidy . . . . . . The lVIayor Joe Keating .... ..... M r. Pincus john Petrie .........,..... Earl Williains Dick Fair and Joyce Hoyfz u pause in the making of headlines. . . . now ladies. The Bell people will be pleased. 17 . . . and sifting An outstanding performance of Charles Dickens' ff Christmas Carol was the Portland Players' Yuletide gift to the student body. Under the direction of drama in- structor Paul Oullette, the play flowed smoothly with a steller per- formance turned in by Ben Tone, as the dour Scrooge. Also outstand- ing were the sets designed by Dick Fair. Revolving backdrops and lighting effects combined to make the appearance of the ghosts unus- ually effective. The play was view- ed by audiences at both Portland and Maryhurst, and high approval was voiced at both showings. Dick Fair cas Danny Emcfes standing . . . Pilot Thespians scored in a February produc- tion of Evelyn Williains' three act murder mys- tery, NightllVI1iilFall. Directed by Paul Ouell- ette, speech and drama instructor, this tense psy- chological drama was well handled throughout, providing high-voltage entertainment for those who braved the Oregon mist to attend. Heading the cast as Dick Fair in the lead role of Danny, the unscrupulous bellhop. Fair's performance was equalled by that of Electra Gailis in the part of Mrs. Bramson, a tyranical hypocondriac. The third featured part, that of the niece, Olivia, was artfully portrayed by Marie Hallsted. A co.mpetent technical staff was directed by in- structor VVilliam Stites. Dickens of cz spot . . . MurIey's ghost appears. :ji Flowers for the lccly. Bcmdleoder Von Armitage counts the house. High on the list of traditional Portland social activities is the Coronation Ball sponsored bythe Biologists club. Known more familiarly as the Bug Ball, the l95O edition was held in the Sunk- en Ballroom of the Masonic Temple. Over sev- enty five members of the club and their dates were on hand to dance to the music of Van Armi- tage's orchestra, and to view the Coronation cere- mony, top attraction of the evening. Red-headed Marcelline Miller, senior from the college of nursing, became the seventeenth queen to rule over the dance, when a crown was placed on her head by Prime Minister Leo Leonelli. Science majors displayed little interest in iump tunes. They like 'em slow and easy. Things like this start innocently enough with the bandleoder saying, "Now we're gonna to have a little novelty number..." Prncess Jean Bird d her escort: for tl lK's it wus better th n watching the ds go by. V"Do Education Hall had more frills than a thirty-five cent valentine when john Tie1'ney's activities committee of the student council finished their decorative job for the Sweetheart Ball, which was held, appropriately enough, on Valentine's'Day. But the final dec- orative touch was supplied by Queen Verda P 0 W e l l , petite blonde from Providence school of nursing, and her Sweetheart Court. Favorite valentines were Mary Ellen Petrone and Marianna Van Rooey from Marylhurstg Lucille Grabovac, school of music, jean Bird, Providence, and Pat O'Con- ner and Betty Hostattler, College of Nursing. Sponsored by the Associated Students, the free Valentine formal was an unqualified success. Edu- cation Hall's capacity Was taxed to the limit, With over Z50teoup1es taking advantage of the opportun- ity to shake the mothbaills from their evening clothes. 1? ge ,sf .swea aw 1 A d a hrJPPY olentmes oy 1 If that dance floor only had side- you from Queen Verda and court. boo,-ds . i 20 N102 PROM SENIOR BALL For the Junior Prom, the elass of '50 appropriated the necessary dim lights, bland music, and .vafuoir faire to turn April Z8 into a tourists idea of a night in Paris. The theme, Saufue Soir-ee, fwowll was carried out to the smallet detail, from the printing of the bids to a flower stand in the middle of the dance floor at Mclilroyls Ballroom. Over 350 prom trotters were greeted by the danceable strains of Jerry 'Van Homissen's orchestra-playing at their best Left Bank of the Wil- lamette style. A month later on the 26th of May, 400 graduating seniors re- staged the dance in a different key. The traditional Senior Ball, res- tricted to class members, featured the same place, same band with Auld Lang Syne closer to the theme than An flinericarz in Paris. Over Iwo hundred seniors took a last turn around the floor at the Senior Ball. Same place, most of the some people . . . only this time i1's the Junior Prom, in the French. motif. Notice the difference? Prom commifteemen Jim O'Hanlon and Joe Gillis: too tired to dance l after all the arrangements were made. Q 21 JW 1 Q W Q rf r k 7 id 5 xg 4 ' MV., ff 4 'ff 4. '- ' Q ,Wi,3,.,. A .I X s X 1 . XJ Q A ' s ,.,. ' L inf, ,HI M, qilfi, 253, . .. . L 'T W2 " L Q I -A , , ' K li '54 ' va- Q 5234? 9 'Q af" . I ' 'N E' f' A, gm W 'I z , ' if 1 r 51-sg, , 1, 'U Q , im if? 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Y- . . - I . ' . it ,V X .4 Q ,' ' 3" I . i H- ., l .. .i' .1 ,p f'Yf4f - x , , 'u L'-'I .,:. 4. ,.. 1, .ar iw , x . X , 1 ""'euui'a.. ,,--,i Including , , , Officers of the Administration Senior Leaders College of Business Administration College ot Liberal Arts College of Science li College of Nursing School ot Engineering School of Music .F . ax , . P. I ..,: 1 Zh ,v.5.g:3f:-.,' z l i fii 5 ff K WH -15513 - 11f,,,5 R-.11-1935-3115.11 1 1 M g 1 15 ll ,.:a1sasasszsasasasaFE . ' 21 ' , TQSFZ11 .. . .......... 11. .hw muy! -e fiiiiifigiwaggig 1 1 1 -'Ll .... Ek, : 15 1 il ' 1 1 Md A 1 liillliif 1 1 f- 1 . 1 1 " 1 11 1 1 - 1 if I? 1,.,.,.,., .. 1 I f i Isl 1 REV. ROBERT H. SWEENEY, C.S.C., LLB., l.i.D, J.C.D. Vice-President Gfficers of REV. CLEMENT E. KANE, C.S.C., A.B. Prefect of Discipline. REV. THOMAS JONES, C.S.C., M.A. Prefect of Religion. 9 REV. JOHN B. DELAUNAY, .CS.C., PH.D., J.C.D., Dean of Men. id' e M... "9?ig . ,f 1 , N , ' X ,xx r ,,..v if J ' - Administration MR. JAMES A. CULLIGAN, M.E. Treasurer. 4 I . MR. PAUL J. LYONS, A.B. Registrar. REV. JOHN J. HOOYBOER, C.5.C., M.A. Deon of Studies. MR. BERNARD T. WALLS Director of Veterans Affairs. Class of Boasting an enrollment surpassing any other class in the history of the school, the Seniors have sparked many of the activities of the student body as Well as making their own calendar eventful. The introduction of a Senior 'cbig name band", trouncing of a fac- ulty basketball quintet, and promotion of the Senior Ball as Well as numerous sport dances have been included on their agenda. A 31000 concrete stand overlooking the river will be the gift of theclass of '50 to the school Senior Nursing Officers: Marie Clcuirmont, Secretary: Sully Morrow, Treasurer: Bob Thcilfhofer, Senior Class President Nineteen Fifty Charitable contributions from the school have been aided greatly by the class. President Bob Thalhofer led stu- dents to record high campus donations to the Community Chest in October and the NFCCS fund to aid students abroad was raised 595 by the Senior fac- ulty basketball game. The class sport dance, the Hex Hop, billed for Friday, january 13, was jinxed by the weather, moved two weeks ahead and renamed to the 'Tween Term Trot. Climax af- fair of the year Was the Senior Ball May 21. Jerry MacDonald, Senior Class Treasurer: Ted liifle, Councilman: Pete Van Hoomissen, Councilman: Al Goldsmith, Secrefaryp Hal Holden, Vice-Presidenf. Patricia Macnumaro, Vice-President: Elaine Arthur, Senior Nursing President. 2, 1 1 1 11 J 1 . l fs 11.3 1 fb-. gl is Q 1 ll 1 fm' "4 -. 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H an ,361 Q-, K-X 1 .1 ,., W1 , tm rin 'fC'i,i1 slif' '--ff' l tl -'gif Mgr legs' The College of Business Adminis- tration surpassed the enrollment fig- ure of any other school on the campus this year with a record registration of 677. Gver two hundred Seniors will graduate from the college's two divisions, Business Administration and Industrial Administration. The latter division substitutes science and engineering courses for the lib- eral arts courses taught in the school of business administration. MR, ARNOLD B, PETERSCHMIDT, B.S.C., Dean. MR. EDWARD J. SANDSTROM, A.M., Assistant Dean. l 1 Chief sponsors of the Greater Port- land Industries Exposition, students in business administration this year almost unanimously supported the fair. Managing and working person- nel consisted mostly of members of the Business Administration Club, largest of the undergraduate organ- izations. Head of the College of Business Administration is Dean Arnold B. Peterschmidt, assisted by Edward L. Sandstrom . Bu iness Administration REV. CLARENCE R. DURBIN, C.S.C., A.B. Assistant Professor of Business. MR. JOSEPH FORAN, B. S., Assistant Professor of Business. MR. CARL JORGENSON, B.S., Instructor in Business and Physical Education. MR .PHILIP G. LOPRINZI, A.M., Assistant Professor of Business. ZA? '. f x ins? RQ MR. CHARLES H. SAVAGE, B.S., Instructor in Business. MR. RICHARD J. WHITING, B.S., M.B.A., Instructor in Business. MR. JOHN A. WIESNER, A.M., Assistant Professor of Business. MR. CHARLES J .VAN ZILE, B.B.A., C.P.A., Instructor in Business. 31 ill Yr f,-1 L'- X f ,mi fs ff if ,ne .v"i" :"'l'x: .. 7' sxvffgg-N V-'f. f .X N" 7 iff A fist . - -549 1 I ' n Z . N- Z' I 'M DAVE ANDERTON, Who's Who. Beacon and Log Business Manager. RODNEY ROYAL AGERTER, A. B., Ridgefield, Washington. Business Ad Club 4, Marine Corps. RAY LEROY AMEELE, B. S., Portland, Oregon. Business Ad Club 4, Army. ROBERT ROSS ANDERSON, A. .B, Portland, Oregon. Army. DAVID KENNETH ANDERTON, A. B., Portland, Oregon. Business Ad Club 3-4, Business Manager Beacon and Log 3-4, Editor B. A. Brochure 4, Skiing I-2, Sophomore Class President, Wl1o's Who in American Colleges and Univer- sities, Coast Guard. GLEN N. BARTON, B. S., Portland, Ore- gon, Navy. HARRY CONLEE BELL JR., A. B., Port- land, Oregon. Business Ad Club 4. ROBERT O. BELL, A. B., Portland, Ore- gon. Business Ad Club 3-4, Barristers 3, Navy. 10. EDWARD ELTON BETTEY, A. B., Port- II. GILBERT P. BEYER, A. B., Portland, Ore- 'l2. ELMER ALFRED BISHOP, A. B., Portland, 13.JOHN ELLSWORTH BLAIR, A. B., Port- 14. GEORGE MARSHALL BLESSING JR., A. I5. RALPH HUGH BRADY, A. B., Kuna, 16. WILLIAM ROBERT BRAGG, A. B., Port- 17. ROBERT A. BROWN, A. B., Portland, 18. HAROLD E. BURKE, A. B., Portland, 19, FREDERICK ALLEN BUTCHER, A. B., 20. RALPH EDWARD BYRNE, A. B., Port- Business Administration 8. JOSEPH J. BENO, A. B., Scappoose, Oregon. Business Ad Club 3-4, Army. 9. WALLACE VERNON BERGLINE, A. B., Vancouver, Washington. Business Ad Club 3-4, French Club 2-3, Air Corps. land, Oregon. Business Ad Club 4. gon. Oregon. Business Ad Club 4, Navy. 41'- land, Oregon. Coast Guard. B., Portland, Oregon. Business Ad Club 'I-2-3-4, Ski Club 2-3-4, Body Builders 4, Army. Idaho. Business Ad Club I, Campus Club 4, Band I. land, Oregon. Business Ad Club 4, Band I-2-3, Beacon 3, Log 3, Air Corps. Oregon. Business Ad Club 4, Navy. Oregon. Business Ad Club 4, Army. Vancouver, Washington. Business Ad Club 3-4, Spanish Club I, Football I, Marine Corps. land, Oregon. Business Ad Club 3-4, Skiing 'I-2, Army. 32 Administration ROBERT FRANCIS CALL, B. S., Port- land, Oregon. Business Ad Club 4, Campus Club 2, Navy. DONALD LAWRENCE CAMPBELL, A. B., Portland, Oregon. Business Ad Club 4, Navy. HERBERT CARLSON, A. B., Portland, Oregon. Business Ad Club 3, Army. WILLIAM PATRICK CARR, A. B., Port- land, Oregon. Army. LEO ANGELO CASSINELLI, A. B., Port- land, Oregon. Business Ad Club 4. BERNARD ANTHONY CAVANAGH, A. B., Gladstone, Oregon. Marine Corps. JOHN WILLARD CHADBOURNE, A. B., Portland, Oregon. Navy . LEONARD VINCENT CHAFFEY, B. S., Portland, Oregon. Business Ad Club 4, Philosophical Society 3. PERRY JOHN CHASE, A. B., Portland, Oregon. Business Ad Club 4, Army. HAROLD DONALD CHRISTIANSON, A. B., Portland, Oregon. Monogram Club 2-3-4, Alpha Kappa Tau 3-4, Spanish Club l, President, Alpha Kappa Tau 3-4, Football 2-3-4. THOMAS FRANCIS CLARK JR., A. B.. Portland, Oregon. Business Ad Club 3, Seabees. DONALD EARL CLEARWATER, B. S., Vancouver, Washington. Navy. ROBERT PATRICK CLOHESSY, A. B., Portland, Oregon. Spanish Club 4, Army. JAMES RICHARD COFFEY, A. B., Port- land, Oregon. Navy. CHARLES EVANS COLLINS, A. B., Port- land, Oregon. Business Ad Club 3, Outstanding Senior, Navy. JAMES EDWARD CONNERS, A. B., Chicago, Illinois. Monogram Club 1-2- 3-4, Campus Club i-2, Football 'l-2-3, Coast Guard. WILLIAM MILLER CRONIN, A. B., Port- land, Oregon. Business Ad Club 3-4, EUGENE A. CRUCCHIOLA, A. B., Portland, Oregon. WILLIAM ROBERT CRUMMIE, A. B., Portland, Oregon. THOMAS PATRICK CULLERTON, A. B., Butte, Montana. Business Ad Club 3-4, Campus Club 1-2-3-4, Alpha Kappa Tau 3-4, Portland Players 'I-2-3, Vice President, Portland Players 3, Alpha Psi Omega 2-3. Army. ELAINE ARTHUR, President Senior Nurses 33 Business Administration ORVILLE ELWOOD CUMMINGS, A. B., Vancouver, Washington. Navy. FRANK JOSEPH DAMONTE, A. B., Portland, Oregon. Business Ad Club 3-4, Navy. JEROME FRANCIS DANAHER, A. B., Portland, Oregon. JOHN WILFRED DARBY, A. B., Port- land, Oregon. Business Ad Club 4. WESLEY ROBERT DECKER, A. B., Port- land, Oregon. German Club 2, Glee- men 3, Navy. EDWARD WILLIAM DEHNING, A. B., Portland, Oregon. Navy. JAMES LEO DELANEY, A. B., Port- land, Oregon. Business Ad C'ub 4, French Club 1-2, Army. ANGELO PAUL DELLA, A. B., Walla Walla, Washington. Business Acl Club 4, Campus Club 1-2, French Club 1-2-3, Beacon 4, Navy. ROBERT RICHARD DEVICH, A. B., Port- land, Oregon. Monogram Club 2-3-4, Basketball 1-2-3-4, Campus Club. Navy. JOSEPH CARL DI NUCCI, A. B., Port- land, Oregon. Business Ad Club 4, Army. TERRENCE JOHN DOLAN, A .B., Port- land, Oregon. Business Ad Club 3-4, Navy. PERCY NEIL DOWNARD, A. B., Port- land, Oregon. Business Ad Club 4, f I iii? .. isx '4.?kiN'E-,Aix I I . li ,Ur lf, XX L1P':Z! ' " 'I' 1111, X " X 1 lla f N 1 U X 6! P 'LK ef in HARRY BANFIELD, Enterprising Engineer 14. CHARLES VINCENT DREISBACH, A. B. Baker, Oregon. Business Ad Club 3-4 Campus Club 1-2-3. Inter Collegiate Knights 4, German Club 1-2-3. Navy. 15. FRANCIS EUGENE DUNN, A .B., Port land, Oregon. 16. LAWRENCE CARR DYRHAUG, A. B. Portland, Oregon. Business Ad Club 4, Band 1. Seabees. 17. KEITH DONALD ECKSTROM, A. B. Portland, Oregon. Business Ad Club 4 18. RUDOLPH ERNST JR., A. B., Portland Oregon. Business Ad Club 1. Navy NUVY' 19. GLENN R. FABRIZ, A.a., Portland Oregon. Business Ad Club 4. Air Corps JOSEPH LAWRENCE ooYLE, A. B., Portland, oregon- BUSineSS Ad Club 4, 20. MICHAEL JOHN FAJER, A. B., Port Campus Club 2-3-4, Navy. land, Oregon. 34 Qu to-. 4-as 5 Business Administration Gm..- Hv I :. .14 ' , .. : 3717 I .. Ji ,413 j X- - 4 C .X si? i lik ,t , 63 R JOHN CAPPIELLO-Who's Who. Monogram Club Elder. GEORGE WILLIAM FARLIN, A. B., Port- land, Oregon. Business Ad Club 4. Air Corps. WILBERT JOSEPH FISCHER, A. B., Appleton, Wisconsin. Business Ad Club 3. Navy. ROBERT GEORGE FITZGERALD, A. B., Portland, Oregon. Business Ad Club 4, Merchant Marine. JOHN THOMAS FLAHERTY, A. B., Portland, Oregon. Army. PATRICK MATTHEW FOGARTY, A. B., Portland, Oregon. Business Ad Club I. FREDERICK WILLIAM FOLEY, A. B., Portland, Oregon. Business Ad Club I. Army. ROBERT MICHAEL FOLEY, B. S., Port- land, Oregon. Biologists 'I-2. Skiing 'I- 2. Navy. DEXTER RAYMOND FORBES, A. B., Portland, Oregon. Business Ad Club 4. Gleeman 2-3. Who's Who in Ame- ican Colleges and Universities. Air Corps. PETER LEWIS FORD, B.5., Bellingham, Washington. Business Ad Club 3-4. Campus Club I-2-3-4. Gleeman I-2-3. Beacon 3-4. Log 2-4. Preface 3. Pilot 4. Student Body Publicity Director 2. Catholic Leadership Congress 2. GEORGE RAYMOND FORTUN, A. B., Anoconcla, Montana. Business Ad Club 2. Campus Club 2. Army. ROBERT THOMAS FRANK, A. B., Port- land, Oregon. Business Ad Club 4, Army. HENRY JAMES FRISON JR., A. B., Portland, Oregon. Business Ad Club 3- 4. Body Builders 4. Navy. NORMAN L. GARY, A. B., Portland, Oregon. Business Ad Club I. Speech Club I. Spanish Club I. JOSEPH HUGH GILLIS, A. B., Portland, Oregon. Monogram Club 'I-2-3-4. Football I-2. Junior Class Treasurer. Coast Guard. ALAN FRANK GOLDSMITH, A. B., Portland, Oregon. Business Ad Club 4. Rally Squad 'I-2. Band 2-3-4. Skiing I-2-3-4. Beacon 4. Preface 2-4. Senior Class Secretary. Outstanding Senior. Army. BERNARD FRANCIS GRASS, A. B., Portland, Oregon. Business Ad Club 3-4. Student Body Treasurer 3-4. Who's Who in American Colleges and Uni- versities. Navy. FRANK GEORGE GRECCO, A. B., Portland, Oregon. Business Ad Club 4. French Club 2. Portland Players 4. Navy. WAYNE J. GREENEN, A. B.,' Van- couver, Washington. HAROLD R. GREGG, A. B., Portland, Oregon. HUGH VANCE GRIFFITHS, A. B., Port- land, Oregon. Business Ad Club I. Army. 35 Business Administration RALPH EUGENE GROVE, A. B., Port- 8. land, Oregon. Navy. ANDREW THOMAS GUGLIELMINO, B S., Portland, Oregon. Army. RICHARD EARL HAGEY, A. B. ,Port- land, Oregon. Business Ad Club 3-4. Air Corps. ROBERT WAYNE HALE, A. B., Port- land, Oregon. Navy. JOHN BRADFORD HALL, B. S., Part- land, Oregon. Army. JAMES LEONARD HANKENSON, A. B. Portland, Oregon, Air Corps. DANIEL PATRICK HANNIGAN, A. B. Portland, Oregon. Navy. ,fl :fV?4TSE?' gzzese- as -I 0 ' " fyff-I? " ny' I i. C 54 Z 1 P I Z I l uf ' 11 6 W- . fl. .4 ali, OWEN J. CARD-Versatile Speaker. Democratic comer. 1 MONNIE FRANCIS HANSEN, A. B., Portland, Oregon. Business Ad Club 1. Navy. DANIEL JOSEPH HARRINGTON, A. B., Portland, Oregon. Business Ad Club 4. Basketball 'l. Sophomore Class Treasurer. Air Corps. WILLIAM KARL HAUG JR., A. B., Portland, Oregon. Business Ad Club 4. Army. FRED JOSEPH HAUTH, A. B., Mt. Angel, Oregon. Business Ad Club 2. Campus 'l. Navy. LAMOINE ALBERT HELVY, A. B., Port- land, Oregon. Business Ad Club 3-4. Navy. EDWARD ALFRED HIEFIELD, B. S., Portland, Oregon. JOHN L. HOCHSTATTER, A. B., Ore- gon City, Oregon. Business Ad Club 3-4-. Coast Guard. HAROLD BURTON HOLDEN, B. S., Bill- ings, Montana. Business Ad Club 1-2- 3-4. Monogram Club 1-2-3-4. Camp- us 'l-2-3-4. Basketball 'l-2-3-4. Base- ball 2-3-4. Senior Class Vice President. Campus Club Secretary-Treasurer. Navy. DAVID ANDREW HOLLAND, A. B., Portland, Oregon. Business Ad Club 4. Air Corps. EDWIN RAYMOND HOLM, A. B., ldaho Falls, Idaho. Business Ad Club 4. Speech Club 2. Campus Club 4. In- ter Collegiate Knights l. Portland Players 2. Navy. EVERETT J. HORTSCH, A. B., Portland, Oregon. Business Ad Club 3-4. Army CHARLES WAYNE HUGHES, A. B., Portland, Oregon. Navy. Sf' 1 36 po., Business Administration RICHARD WILLIAM HUGHES, A. B. Sherwood, Oregon. Business Ad Club 4. Navy. ROBERT HENRY HULME, A. B., Port- land, Oregon. Speech Club 'I. Alpha Kappa Tau 2. Navy. WILLIAM HUNT JR., A. B., Astoria, Oregon. Business Ad Club 4. Campus Club 1. Body Builders 'l. Alpha Kappa Tau 3-4. Football l. Basketball 'I. Coast Guard. DONALD EUGENE HYDE, A. B., Port- land, Oregon. Business Ad Club 4. Army. ARTHUR J. JOHNSON, A. B., Portland, Oregon. Business Ad Club 2. Body Builders 'I. Navy. DONALD LEROY JOHNSON, A. B., Portland, Oregon. Navy. ROBERT LINCOLN JOHNSTON, A. B., Portland, Oregon. Business Ad Club 3-4. Alpha Kappa Tau 3-4. Coast Guard. FRED MERLE JORY, A. B., Portland, Oregon. Navy. JOHN ANDREW KARAS, A. B., Port- land, Oregon. Marine Corps. MORRIS EDWARD KAVANAUGH, A. B., Portland, Oregon. Business Ad Club 4. Army. ROBERT PAUL KEARNEY, A. B., As- toria, Oregon, Business Ad. Club 4. Barristers 3-4. Campus Club I. Body Builders 2. Navy. ROBERT LOUIS KEENE, B. S., Port- land, Oregon. Golf 2. RICHARD JAMES KEEP, B. S., Portland, Oregon. Business Ad Club 3-4. Who's Who in American Colleges and Uni- versities. L. ! ,S , .. . l f 'Ei' by AL CEREGHINO-Who's Who and Outstanding Senior. Thespian and Scholar. JAMES THOMAS KELLY, A. B., Willis- ton, North Dakota. Business Ad Club I. Campus Club 4. DAVID WILLIAM KING, A. B., Vcm- couver, Washington. Business Ad Club 4. ROBERT EDWIN KNAPP, A. B., Port- land, Oregon. Business Ad. Club 3-4. Monogram Club 4. Baseball 3-4. Army. EDWARD FRANCIS KOCH, A. B., Woodburn, Oregon. Business Ad Club 2-3-4. Campus Club I-2-3-4. Football I. Boarders Club President 4. Army. EDWARD LAURENCE KREUTZER, A. B., Portland, Oregon. Business Ad Club 4. JOHN HAROLD KUCHLER, A. B., Port- land, Oregon. Business Ad Club 3-4. Gleeman 'I-2-3-4. Army. JOHN LAWRENCE KUNIS, A. B., Chi- cago, lllinois. Campus Club I. Army. 37 Business Administration WILLIAM BUTLER KUYKENDALL, A. B., Vancouver, Washington. Navy. JAMES EDWARD LA DU, A. B., Port- land, Oregon. Business Ad Club 4. Spanish Club 3-4. Navy. WALTER JAMES LARKINS, A. B., Part- land, Oregon. Business Ad Club 3-4. Beacon 3-4. Navy. DAVID ARTHUR LARSELL, B. S., Port- land, Oregon. Business Ad Club 3-4. Navy. DONALD JOSEPH LASSELL, B.S., Port- land, Oregon. Business Ad Club 4. Navy. HARRY LEON LAURSEN, A. B., Port- land, Oregon. Army. EARL THOMAS LAWHEAD, A. B., Port- land, Oregon. Coast Guard. JAMES PARNELL LEARY, A. B., Port- land, Oregon. Marine Corps. EDWARD JOHN LEAVY, A. B., Aurora, Oregon. FRANK EVANS LESAGE, A. B., Holden, Massachusetts. Business Ad Club 3-4. French Club 3. Navy. KENNETH MORRIS LIEN, A. B., Port- land, Oregon. Business Ad Club 1. Football 2. Basket ball 1. Marine Corps. EDWARD JOHN LITTLE, A. B., Portland, Oregon. Business Ad Club 4. Mono- gram Club 4. Campus Club 1. Skiing 1-2-3-4. Senior Class Student Council Representative. Army. JOHN PATRICK LITTLE, A. B., Twin- Rocks, Oregon. Business Acl Club 4. Skiing 2-3-4. Air Corps. JOHN RONALD LUMBER, A. B., Port- Iancl, Oregon. Navy. 15. JERRY FARRELL MACDONALD, A. B., Oakland, California. Business Ad Club 2-3-4. Campus Club 1-2-3-4. Spanish Club 2. Mixed Chorus 3. Gleeman 2-4. Beacon 2 .Preface 2. Senior Class Treasurer. Army. 16. WALTER LOGAN MACKEY, A. B., Port- land, Oregon. Business Ad Club 4. Football 1. 17. VERNON K. MALBERG, A .B., Portland, Oregon. Business Ad Club 1. Army. 18. JAKE WAYNE MANNI, A. B., Billings, Montana, Monogram Club 2-3-4. Cam- pus Club 1-2-3-4. Football 1-2-3-4. 19. FRED RAYMOND MARTIN, A. B., Port- lancl, Oregon. Business Ad Club 3-4. Air Corps. 20. THOMAS LLOYD MASIC, A. B., Port- land, Oregon. :R 1' y A I 1 B4 -A ml 5- TWFN- X 1 .. ,J .1 . QQ - , C Stella , K KI Ts' "3lffYx. ff' :K iw-:MV iw' -- raw? ' 'awf ll 7,1 I 1 X if I I ts? To ' I iw , MX s ,Z osx A fr. if-I R y :fl . T SAV! Ilffl Q, li I r 2. 5, Q lik ff X H! N X 5 9 'S MARY CLAIRMONT - Secretary, Senior Nurses. HV su .3 W-JC' 38 '11 we 'll , . In j he ,K "I ,Q Q 5 qv f 'H Business Administration l - . - 1 . .rl-..- I I L. lv' if up-nv' CHARLIE ARTHUR MCCALL, A. B., Portland, Oregon. Business Ad Club 2-3-4. Navy. WILLIAM MCCOY, JR., A. B., Portland, Oregon. Navy. GEORGE DELMERE MCDONALD, A. B., Portland, Oregon. Army. JAMES PATRICK MCDONALD, B. S., Bismark, North Dakota. Business Ad Club 2-3-4. Campus Club 2-3-4. Inter Collegiate Knights 4. Portland Players 3. Mixed Chorus 3. Swimming 3. Vice President, Campus Club 4. Navy. ROBERT JOSEPH MCHUGH, A. B., Port- land, Oregon. Business Ad Club 4. Navy. CHARLES HUGH MCLAUGHLIN, B. S., Santa Monica, California. Army. JOHN BERNARD MCMAHON, A. B., Anaconda, Montana. Business Ad Club 4. Campus Club 3-4. , Lf: Q ,.g...Nl','i ill -HY 1 .f .f "il '7 f'f , .YN I' I 1 . l M L. f, " .1 Iu- -Z Q f 'I I X ,S 'N fl 4 I"'., 'cw I It JAY COLE-Who's Who. Act e Engineer. MELVIN JOSEPH MERCK, A. B., Port- land, Oregon. Navy. ROBERT LOUIS MERRICK, B. S., Port- land, Oregon. Business Ad Club 4. CHRISTOPHER PAUL MESTRICH, A. B.. Astoria, Oregon. Business Ad Club I- 2-3-4. Campus 'I-2-3-4. Inter Collegiate Knights 4, Worthy Scribe, Portland Players 2-3. Mixed Chorus 3-4. CORNELIUS R. MEYERS, A. B., Port- land, Oregon. STEPHEN EUGENE MILICH, A. B., Portland, Oregon. Business Ad Club 4. Golf I-2-3-4. GERALD E. MOE, A. B., Portland, Ore- gon. Business Ad Club 4. Monogram Club 2-3-4. Track 2. Navy. ARNOLD H. MOODENBAUGH, A. B., Milwaukie, Oregon. Business Ad Club 3-4. Army. JOHN LEO MOORE, A. B., Portland, Oregon. Business Ad Club 3-4. Glee- man 2-3-4. LAWRENCE WILLIAM MORAN, A. B.. Portland, Oregon. Business Ad Club 4, Navy. ROBERT F. MORLEY, B. S. ,Honolulu, T. H. Business Ad Club 4. Navy. RICHARD ALFRED MUIR, A. B., Port- Iancl, Oregon. Air Corps. JAMES LEWIS MURDOCK, A. B. ,Port- land, Oregon. Business Ad Club 4. French Club 3. Army. JAMES WILLIAM MURPHY, A. B., Port- land, Oregon. Psychological Society 3. Speech Club 3-4. Spanish Club 3-4. 39 Business Administration NORMAN WALTER NAGEL, A. B., Portland, Oregon. Business Acl Club 3- 4. RICHARD DANIEL NAREY, A. B., Port- land, Oregon. Business Ad Club 4. Campus Club 3. Freshman Class Vice President. Army. STEPHEN VINCENT NAVA, A. B., Port- land, Oregon. Air Corps. . ROBERT RICHARD NELSON, A. B., Portland, Oregon. Navy. . EMIL NEMARNICH, A. B., Portland, Oregon. Business Ad Club 4. Italian Club 2-3-4. . DONALD RAY NEWMAN, A. B., Port- land, Oregon. Log 3-4, Associate Ed- itor 3, Editor 4. Student Council 3-4. Public Relations Director 3. Business Ad Club 3-4. International Relations Club 3. Catholic Leadership Congress 3. Navy. If A ..-E 'eayx .' ' - . I ' IV ' f 14 q '-. 1. ' ' 1.1 I HTL G' L RES. 'K' 'i f 2 mv. 1' tu M, u ':'!m"9'Z. v ,ye-N.. : 7 zi- f s -1 J w 4 .A ' "Hu I , .1 y 3 ffm ' K f l BERNARD J. FARRELL-wha. Who and Outstanding Senior. Alpha Kappa Tau. Most likely to succeed 'From Arts. EDWARD CYRIL NIEDERMEYER, A. B., Portland, Oregon. Skiing l. JOHN THOMAS O'LEARY, B. S., Port- land, Oregon. Business Ad Club 4. Army. WAYNE ARNOLD OLSEN, A. B., Port- land, Oregon. Business Ad Club 'I-3. Basketball 'l. Army. JOHN ORESKOVICH JR., A. B., Port- land, Oregon. Business Ad Club 4. Air Corps. ALBERT ROBERT OTTE, A. B., Portland, Oregon. Campus Club l. Alpha Kappa Tau 4. Football 1. Junior Class Presi- dent. Homecoming Director 4. Coast Guard. HERBERT RODNEY OWEN, B. S., Vun- couver, B .C. Business Ad Club 2-3-4. Monogram Club 3-4. Campus Club 2- 3-4 .Body Builders 3. Basketball 2. Baseball 2-3-4. THOMAS JOSEPH PADDEN, A. B., Port- land, Oregon. Business Ad Club 'I-4. Marine Corps. IRA D. PATTY, B. S., Portland, Oregon. ROBERT DON PAYNE, A. B., Portland, Oregon. Business Ad Club 3-4. Body Builders 2-4. Navy. ORVAL DEANE PEDERSEN, A. B., Van- couver, Washington. Business Ad Club 4. Navy. JACK PEDERSON, A. B., Portland, Oregon. Navy. ROBERT FLIP PETlX, A. B., POf'TlCll'lCl, Oregon. Business Ad Club l. RAYMOND AUGUST POPPS, A. B., Portland, Oregon. Business Ad Club 4. Army. JAMES DELMAR POTTER, A. B., Port- land, Oregon. Army. 40 Business Administration I RAYMOND FRANCIS POWERS, A. B., Portland, Oregon. Business Ad Club 3. Air Corps. ROBERT LISLE PROPST, A. B., Mil- waukie, Oregon. Business Ad Club 4. Air Corps. RODNEY MARCELUS RAMP, A. B., Portland, Oregon. Business Ad Club 3-4. Army. EUGENE L. RAY, A. B., Portland, Ore- gon. Alpha Kappa Tau 2. Gleeman 1. Navy. JOHN WESLEY REINKE, A. B., Port- land, Oregon. Navy. JOSEPH RALPH RENNER, A. B., Part- land, Oregon. Army. IRWIN NATHAN RIBACK, A. B., Port- land, Oregon. Business Ad Club 1. Body Builders I-2-3. JAMES GILBERT ROBBINS JR., A. B., Portland, Oregon. Business Ad Club 1. GRANT RICHARD ROGAN, A. B., Port- land, Oregon. Army. GAYLORD FRANK ROGERS JR., A. B., Portland, Oregon. Business Ad Club 4. Army. JACK MARTIN ROOS, A. B., Portland, Oregon. Business Ad Club 4. German Club 1-2-3. Skiing 3-4. Navy. HAROLD J. RUSH, A. B., Portland, Oregon. Business Ad Club 1. Football 1. CLARENCE CHARLES RYLANDER, A. B., Portland, Oregon. Business Ad Club 1-2-3-4. Speech Club 1-2-3-4. Body Builders 1-2. French Club 1-2-3. International Relations Club 3-4. Beacon 1-2-3-4. Log 1. Junior Class Student Council Representative. Who's Who in American Colleges and Uni- versities. Outstanding Senior. 14. WILIAM Y. SAKAI, A. B., Portland, Oregon. Army. 15. ROBERT LYLE SAVIDGE, A. B., Port- land, Oregon. Business Ad Club 4. Navy. 16. EDWARD ANTON SCHECHTEL, A. B., Portland, Oregon. Business Ad Club 4. Air Corps. 17. PHILIP CHARLES SCHNEIDER, A. B., Portland, Oregon. Business Ad Club 4. German Club 2. 18. KIMBAL MATHEW SINCLAIR, A. B., Portland, Oregon. Italian Club 4. Portland Players 3-4. 19. ALVIN HENRY SINNER, A. B., Port- land, Oregon. Business Ad Club 1. Body Builders 1-2-3-4. German Club I-2. Gleeman 1-2-3-4. Track 1. 20. BOB LEE SMITH, A. B., Portland, Ore- gon. Air Corps. Xxx 'X ' A W -ljililiwlt I: N Pwx ' . in Ii ll 1 - f - A 3 I X' 1 I 4 7 . I' Wi' i ri Z , v DEXTER FORBES-Who's Who. Business blends with scholarship. .:.,.. ..:....:.. -I-2..:a:a:: 3 i 41 Business Administration 5 V03 I t-ja Y N 9. Xi K 1- if 'f 1 7 ff' is.. .1 I I iigx 5.7 ' f ' .ll . X' wiv' x 3 T s .1 . 3 33 ' I - C,-. 'EEL' 1 Z BERNIE GRASS-Who's Who. Student Body Treasurer. HAROLD CARYLE SMITH, A. B., Port- land, Oregon. Business Ad Club 4. Marine Corps. THOMAS JOSEPH SMITH, B. S., Port- land, Oregon. Business Ad Club 2-3-4. Speech Club l. Beacon 'l. Air Corps. ROBERT H. SMYTHE, A. B., Portland, Oregon. Army. EUGENE ANDREW SODERBERG, A. B., Portland, Oregon, Business Ad Club 4. Army. TOM F. SONO, A. B., Portland, Ore- gon. Army. HUBERT LAWRENCE SPARROW, A. B., Portland, Oregon. Business Ad Club I. French Club 1. German Club 2. Sea- bees. PAUL EYLAR STAIGHT, A. B., Port- land, Oregon. Business Ad Club I. Campus Club 2. Air Corps. RALPH DANIEL STEARNS, B .S., Port- land, Oregon. Air Corps. WILLIAM RAITH STING, A. B., Port- land, Oregon. Business Ad Club 3-4. Barristers 3-4. Psychological Society 3- 4. German Club 3-4. Army. NEIL ALLEN STOERING, A. B., Port- land, Oregon. Business Ad Club 4. Band I-2-3-4. Navy. BRETT RANDALL STUART, A. B., Port- land, Oregon. Business Ad Club 3-4. Air Corps. EDWARD L. SULLIVAN, A.B., Portland, Oregon. Business Ad Club 2-3-4. Army. MAURICE M. SULLIVAN, A. B., Port- land, Oregon. Business Ad Club 4. Army. JOHN FRANCIS SWEENEY, A. B., Pcri- land, Oregon. Business Ad Club 3-4. Navy. WILLIAM MICHAEL SWEENEY, A. B., Vancouver, B. C. Monogram Club 2-3- 4. Campus Club 'I-2-3-4. Football l- 2-3-4. Track 2. DARRELL HOWARD SWEET, A .B., Port- land, Oregon. Business Ad Club l. Spanish Club T, Swimming 'I, Beacon 3. Army. CHARLES EUGENE TONTZ, B. S., Port- land, Oregon. Navy. STEPHEN THOMAS TOOL, A. B., Man- clon, North Dakota. Business Ad Club 'I-2-3-4. Monogram Club 3-4. Campus Club I-2-3-4. Portland Players 3-4. Tennis 'I-2-3-4. Manager, Tennis team 2-3. Army. DANIEL HOWARD TOOMEY, A. B., Portland, Oregon. JOHN PHILIP TROYER, A. B. Portland, Oregon. Business Ad Club 3. Navy. 42 Business Administration ,eu as Ie ci- ...- uw Q?" 6- 5--r W 'ES- Q ..f TV' AL GO DSMITH-Senior Class Secretary, 'I. 2. 3. 4. 5. 5. Outstanding Senior. LOUIS M. TURIN, B .S., Mt. Angel, Oregon. Business Ad Club 3-4. Navy. PAUL IK-SOO UM, A. B., Korea. Bus- iness Ad Club 3-4. Speech Club 4. Tennis 3-4. PETER VINCENT VAN HOOMISSEN, B. S., Portland, Oregon. Business Ad Club 3-4. Monogram Club I-2-3-4. Inter Collegiate Knights 4 .Portland Players 'I-2-3. Alpha Psi Omega 3-4. Track I-2-3-4. Senior Class Student Council Representative. Vice Presi- dent, Business Ad Club. Outstanding Senior. NICHOLAS ARISTIDES VANIKIOTIS, A. B., Portland, Oregon. Office of Strate- gic Services. CARL EMIL VENUTI, A. B., Portland, Oregon. Army. ALLEN GEORGE VUYLSTEKE, A. B., Forest Grove, Oregon. Business Ad Club I-2-3-4. Campus Club 1-2-3-4. Inter Collegiate Knights 4. Manager, Baseball I. Inter Collegiate Knights, President 4. 13 WILFRED P. WELLER, B. S., Portland, Oregon. Business Ad Club 2-3. Navy. RICHARD LEE WELLS, A. B., Portland, Oregon. Army. DONALD ARTHUR WILLIAMS, A. B., Portland, Oregon. Business Ad Club 4. Navy. IO. GERALD LELAND WILLIAMS, A. B., Portland, Oregon. . ROY EDWARD WILLIAMS, A. B., Los Banos, California. Business Ad Club 4. Navy. . EDWARD LOUIS WILSON, A. B., Port- land, Oregon. Business Ad Club 4. Air Corps. . CALVIN M. WYATT, A. B., Portland, Oregon. Business Ad Club 4. Marine Corps. 2',v.sRksx, I Xx Q: Fx , . ill il dun fffb' -' 'uv I '5Ql'llXx'5i Qs NA X "" . 'es' Qu- 2, . g lr I t Z ff! ff X HAL HOLDEN-Senior Class Vice Presi- dent, Finesse in Varsity Basketball Livery. 3- 43 at il .5 iii: I X wigs --a. S lx' .. .fl i A. iw rv . A , .., - 'f--T-7 env: l itll li ".13,,.1'.' -2 . . J.. 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SWEENEY, C.S.C., A.B., Ll.B., Ll.D., J.C.D., Dean of College of Liberal Arts. Under the direction of a new dean, Rev. Robert H. Sweeney, C.S.C., University Vice President, the Col- lege of Liberal Arts again enlarged their faculty, perenially the largest on the campus. The college is divid- ed into ten departments, namely Edu- cation, Philisophy, Psychology, Re- ligion and Social Science. Students in the college have been outstanding in student government and other ex- tra-curricular activities. More Freshmen are enrolled in the College of Liberal Arts than in any other division of the University. This is the first year that it has led in any class since the end of the War. The aim of this division is to develop an educated man with a cultural background and to form a character able to meet with existing situations. The college is characterized by its absence of a strict professional spec- ialization. ,,,, r, Yrm fi .- it . if i if i-r" f-is -Q L , lx, REV. ROBERT F. BEH, C.S.C., A.B., REV. JOHN T. BIGER, CSC Assistant Professor of Speech. Instructor in French g . ai.. E ' if REV. CLAUDE L. BOEHM, C.S.C., M.A.MR. CORNELIUS V. Assistant Professor of English. Instr-'ctor in Education 44 of Liberal Arts JACK .J CRUIKSHANK, A.B., REV. JOHN T. CURRAN, A.B., BR. DAVID CMARTINJ, C.S.C., B.L.S., MR. MILTON K. DAVIS, A.M., M.S., REV. JOHN B. DeLAUNAY, CSC structor in History. Instructor in Religion. A.M., Director, Dept. of Library Instructor in Psychology. Ph.D., J.C.D., Professor of Science. Psychology. OHN C. GROEGER, A.M., MR. ALVIN C. GROSS, A.B., sistant Professor of Spanish Instructor in Economics. d German. REV. GEORGE L. DUM, C.S.C., A.M., REV. JAMES A. FOGARTY, C.S.C., MR. GUELFO A. FRULLA, LI.M. Assistant Professor of Philosophy. Ph.D., Professor of Social Science. Jur.D., Dr. P.S., Instructor in Political Science. REV. MICHAEL J. GAVIN, C.S.C., REV. HENRY A. GEUSS, A.B., A.B,. Associate Professor of Instructor in Classical Language. MR. CORNELIUS H. GREEN, A.B Philosophy. Assistant Coach. MR. RUSSELL A. HAYS, A.M., REV. CHARLES F. HAMEL, C.S.C., Assistant Professor of Journalism. REV. OSCAR R. HENTGES, A.B., A.M., Assistant Professor of Professor of German. Religion. 45 Hx 'FH College of Top row: REV. HUGO H. HOEOVER, S.O., Cist, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Philosophy. REV. CORNELIUS A. HOOYBOER, C.S.C., A.M., Assistant Professor of English. REV. THOMAS P. JONES, C.S.C., A.M., Assistant Professor of Religion. MR. VLADAS JUODEIKA, Ll.M., Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Political Science. Second row: REV. CLEMENT E. KANE, C.S.C., A.B., Assistant Professor of Politics. REV. JAMES P. KEHOE, C.S.C., Litt.B., A.M., Professor of History. Third row: MR. JAMES M. KEYS, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Spanish. REV. ROBERT W. KING, C.S.C., A.B., Assistant Professor of Philosophy. Fourth raw: MR. LEO M. KOSYDAR, A.B., Assistant Professor of History. MR. RAYMOND LABOS, A.B., Instructor in Classical Languages. Fifth row: MR. MAURICE J. LESSARD, Ph.D., Instructor in Psychology. REV. ARCHIBALD M. McDOWEI.I., C.S.C., A.B., S.T.I.., Assistant Professor of Philosophy. MR. OLIN O. METZER, B.S., A.M., Ecl.D., Associate Professor of Education. Bottom row: REV. WILLIAM T. MORRISON, A.B., M.S., Instructor in Education and Sociology. MR. MARCO MUROLO, A.B., Instructor in Art. MRS. ROMANA MUROLO, Litt.D., Instructor in Physical Education and Italian. REV. ARTHUR E. NEAR, A.B., Instructor in Economics. MR. PAUL OUELLETTE, B.F.R., A.M., Instructor in Speech and Drama. .PIB ,Pm aw I lberal Arts Top row MR AUGUST PELLINO AB Instructor in Physical Education REV RAYMONDA PIEPER CSC AM Assistant Professor of English MR ROBERTJ RAITT AM Assistant Professor of Spanish and French REV HERMAN R REITH CSC PhD Assistant Professor of Philosophy Second row REV MAURICE S RIGLEY CSC AM Associate Professor of English MR NAP ROQUE Sk: Coach Third row MR JOSEPH F SANTEE PhD Assistant Professor of Education. MR. ALEXANDER SCHARBACH A.M. Assistant Professor of English. Fourth row: REV. JOHN W. SCHEBERLE C.S.C. A.M. Professor of English. MR. FLOYD W. SIMMONS B.S. Instructor in Physical Education. Fifth row: MR. NELLO SPADA Ph.D. Instructor in Philosophy and Italian. MR. WILLIAM H. STITES, A.M., Instructor in Speech and Drama. MR. EDWARD D. STOKES, A.B., M.S., Assistant Professor of Psychology. Bottom row: MR. JOSEPH TEDESCHI, A.B., Instructor in Physical Education. MR. JAMES M. TORSON, A.B., Assistant Professor of Physical Education. MR. JOHN G. WISECARVER, Ph.B., A.M., Instructor in English. MR. HARRY C. WRIGHT, B.S., Coach. MR. NARCISO W. ZANCANELLA, A.M., Assistant Professor of Spanish. liberal Arts ,Q-ai? an S3 2' llll' RICHARD LAWRENCE BROSY A B. Portland Oregon Army Arr Corps RICHARD RAYMOND BROWN A B. Portland Oregon Baseball 12 Foot- ba 'I JOHN P CALLICRATE A B Portland Oregon Ski Club 23 Marines DAVID LAWRENCE CANNARD A. B., Portland Oregon. Ski Club 2. Engi- neers 2. Navy. JOHN PETER CAPPIELLO A. B. Jersey City, New Jersey. Football I-2-3-4. President, Freshman class. Monogram Club I-2-3-4. President Monogram 4. Monogram Secretary-Treasurer 3 .Ital- ian Club. Spanish Club. Navy. JOSEPH OWEN CARD, A. B., Portland, A BOB HULME Executive Secretary, Pioneer Industries Exposition. THOMAS A. BEARD, A. B., Baker, Ore- gon. Army. THOMAS MICHAEL BELLERBY, A. B., Portland, Oregon. Army. PAUL BEARD, JR., A. B., The Dalles, Oregon. Future Teachers of America 4. GEORGE J. BLATNER, A. B., Portland, Oregon. Army. JOSEPH C. BLOOMER, A. B., Portland, Oregon. Marines. CHARLES DONALD BORHO, A .B., Nekoma, North Dakota. JAMES JOSEPH BRADY, A. B., Port- land, Oregon. MARY ELLEN BRISLAWN, MRS., A. B., Vancouver, Washington. Department of Psychology, Receptionist. 48 Oregon. Beacon 3. International Re- lations Club 3-4. EARL THOMAS CARROLL, A. B., Port- land, Oregon. Army. THOMAS VINCENT CARTER, A. B., Portland, Oregon. Beacon 2-3-4, Body Builders 2-3. Alpha Kappa Tau 3-4. Navy. WILLIAM RYAN CASSERLY, JR., A. B., Independence, Kansas. Tennis 3. Navy. ALBERT LOUIS CEREGHINO, A. B., Portland, Oregon. Italian Club 3. Portland Players 2-3-4. Alpha Psi Omega 3-4. Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities, Outstand- ing Senior. Army. JOSEPH GERALD CERRI, A. B., Port- land, Oregon. Baseball 'I-2-3. Skiing 'I. Psychologists 'I-2. Monogram Club 'I- 2-3. Italian Club I-2. Navy. PETE D. CHEREDNIK, A. B., Vancouver, Washington. Football 'I .Basketball 'I. Baseball I. Body Builders 4. Air Corps. Liberal Arts it I I At- 4:- 1? qua' Nr KENNETH E. CHILCOTE, A. B., Port- land, Oregon. Navy. DONALD J. CONCANNON, A. B., Port- land, Oregon. Beacon 2. Navy. JOHN VINCENT COXON, A. B., Kel- so, Washington. Campus 3. German Club 2. Army. JOHN ANTHONY COYLE, A. B., Port- land, Oregon. Navy. ROBERT LAWRENCE CRAIN, A. B., Portland, Oregon. Air Corps. ROBERT JOHN CRAVIOTTO, A. B., Portland, Oregon. Football 'I. Alpha Kappa Tau 3-4. Spanish Club 2-3. Mixed Chorus 'I-2. Gleeman 'I-2. JERRY LEROY CRONE, A. B., Salem, Oregon. Campus Club 2-3. Inter-CoI- Iegiate Knights 4. French Club 2-3. Navy. JOHN AUGUSTINE DALY, A. B., Log 4. Barristers 4. Speech Club 4. Travel Club 4. Port Jervis, N. Y. RICHARD L. DeCRlSTOFORO, A. B., Portland, Oregon. Psychologists Club 3-4. Italian Club 3-4. Navy. LYNN MAURICE DEGERSTEDT, A. B., Vancouver, Washington. Psychologists Club 3-4. Body Builders 3-4. Air Corps. FRED LEO DOBLER, A. B., Portland, Oregon. Tennis 2. Biologists Club 'I. German Club 2. THEODORE DERNBACH, A. B., Fori- land, Oregon. Navy. DEL WAYNE DUNGEY, A. B., Scop- poose, Oregon. Football 2. HARRY LEON DURRIE, A. B., Port- land, Oregon. Skiing 3. Philosophy Society 3. Beacon 4. Log 4. N x XICSQN kxsx ,Z- Af X x, '4 X i' 1471 K 3 xifai LT: tl :A E.,- fvix 'K X xxx Ii X . X it 1.44 ff' X W A 5:1 F' Q X N. j I 'Q f GORDON JOHNSON Wl1o's Who and Outstanding Science Senior. BURDETT F. EMERY, A. B., Portland, Oregon. Football I. Barristers 4. Coast Guard. BERNARD JOSEPH FARRELL, A. B., Portland, Oregon. French Club. Who's Who in American Colleges and Uni- versities, Outstancling Senior. Air Corps. FRANK L. FISHER, A. B., Portland, Oregon. Navy. DAN M. FLANAGAN, A. B., Salt Lake City, Utah. Navy. ALLEN JOHN FRAWLEY, A. B., Port- land, Oregon. Army. ROBERT WILLIAM GASSNER, A. B., Oswego, Oregon. Psychologists Club 4. 49 Liberal Arts JOHN CHARLES GIOVANINI, A. B., Clinton, Indiana. Spanish Club 2-3. Portland Players 4. HARRY EUGENE GLEASON, JR., A. B., Porltand, Oregon. Marine Corps. FRED LAFAYETTE GOMES, JR.. A. B., Portland, Oregon. Navy. EUGENE PHILIP GOODRICH, A. B., Portland, Oregon. Skiing 2-3-4. Ski Club 2-3-4. CLIFFORD FRANKLIN GRECCO, A. B., Portland, Oregon. Gleeman 3. Navy. DONALD GROAT, A. B., Portland, Oregon. LEO GROSJACQUES, A .B., Mt. Angel, Oregon. Basketball 'I-2-3-4. Baseball I-2-3-4. Monogram Club I-2-3-4. Out- standing Senior, WI-io's Who in Amer- ican Colleges and Universities. Navy. MERVIN H. GUNDERSON, A. B., Dix, Nebraska. Engineers I. Campus Club L2. Army. LEWIS GEORGE HAHN, A .B., Port- land, Oregon. Navy. KIRK ALLAN HAMANN, A. B., Port- land, Oregon. Navy. ROBERT LEWIS HENRY, A. B.. Portland, Oregon. Biologists Club I. Speech Portland, 13. WILLIAM Portland, I4. WILLIAM Portland, Track 2-3. Club I. Army. 12. ROBERT DARRELL HICKMAN, A. B., Oregon. Football 'I-2-3-4. Monogram Club 'I-2-3-4. FRANK HOFFSTETTER, A. B., Oregon. Skiing 2-3-4. Army. M. HOLLINGSWORTH, A. B., Oregon. Navy. 50 WILLIAM BASIL HRYCIW, A. B., Port- land, Oregon. Army. WARREN LEE HUTSELL, A. B., Portland, Oregon. Psychologists Club 4. Air Corps. WILLIAM B. JEFFERIES, A. B., Portland, Oregon. Philosophy Society 4. Air Corps. ARDEN L. JOHNSON, A. B., Portland, Oregon. Air Corps. JOHN JAY JOLLEY, A. B., Bellingham, Washington. Football Manager I-2-3. Track 2-3-4. Cross Country 2-3-4. Beacon I. Monogram Club 'I-3-4. Campus I-2-3. Body Builders 3-4. ln- ter-Collegiate Knights 4. International Relations Club 4. Army. WILLIAM J. KAMBICH, A. B., Butte, Montana. Football 2-3-4. Monogram Club 2-3-4. Campus Club I-2-3-4. .'1flz-lf! 5 Q x 'ii' if N M E IQQ- W ..! 4 Q uf,-l l if ll' wg X 4 i TED LITTLE-Skipilot, Senior Council Rep. r- T yxlllllltv' wff ll - , f A " 'KI'-I, vf' xg fl XXX N94 Rt ...Qt .1 its f: ,G . QL Liberal Arts l vy 'l. WILLIAM CHARLES KAVANAUGH, JR., A. B., Portland, Oregon. Army. 2. DONALD KEITH, A. B., Portland, Ore gon. 3. JOHN ALPHONSE KENNEY, A. B. Nova Scotia, Canada. Royal Canad ian Navy. 4. FLOYD C. KESTER, A. B., Portland, Oregon. Air Corps. 5. ROBERT JOSEPH KOCARNIK, A. B. Scappose, Oregon. Gleeman l. Phil osophical Society 4. Navy. 6. BEN HARRY KOHO, A. B., Vancouver, Washington. Air Corps. 7. TONY GEORGE KOREIVA, A. B., Chi cago, Illinois. Football 1. Army. 8. ROBERT RICHARD LaDu, A .B., Port land, Oregon. Psychologists 3-4. Ital ian Club 3-4. Spanish Club I-2-3-4. Philosophical Society 4 .Future Teach- ers of America 3-4. Gi 1 .TWrff't,,f IXX I I I es, 1 X ww.. y if I ffl? E DICK KEEP-Who's Who .Bigwig in the Business Ad Club. ALVIN IRVING LEVETON, A. B., Port- land, Oregon. Biology I. Army. WAYNE B. LICHTGARN, A. B., Port- land, Oregon. Navy. HARRY W. MARTINI, A. B., Portland, Oregon. Basketball 2. Navy. DAVID ERNEST MAZZOCCO, A. B., Portland, Oregon. JOHN TRACY MCCARTHY, A. B., Port- land, Oregon. Army. HARRY LANGDON MCILHATTAN, A. B., Hailey, Idaho. Campus Club 4. Navy. HUGH JOSEPH McMAHON, JR., A. B., Wallace, Idaho. Speech Club 2. French Club l-2-3, President 1-2-3. Portland Players 'I-2-3-4, President 3. Alpha Psi Omega 2-3-4. RANDOLPH J. MCMASTER, A. B., Port- land, Oregon. Alpha Kappa Tau 3. Army. LEWIS ARCHER MCMURRAN, A. B., Portland, Oregon. Army Air Corps. RUDOLPH JOSEPH MELONE, A. B., Portland, Oregon. Beacon 'l-2-3-4, News Editor 2 ,Associate Editor 3, Editor 4. Pilot 4. Student Council 3-4. Speech Club 2, Secretary 2. Editor, OFCL Bulletin 3-4. Future Teachers of America 4. Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities, Outstand- ing Senior. Navy lSeebeesl. THOMAS JOHN MONAGHAN, A. B., Portland, Oregon. Tennis 1. Inter Col- legiate Knights 4. Spanish Club 'I-2. Navy. EDWARD WILLIAM MYERS, A. B., Long Beach, California. Football 'l. Swim- ming 'I. Monogram Club 3. Campus Club 4. Alpha Kappa Tau 2. Navy. 51 Liberal Arts JAMES NEUVILLE, A. B., Portland, Oregon. LAWRENCE NIELSEN, A. B., Bend, Oregon. Army. ROBERT NITSCHKE, A. B., Miles City, Montana. Army. JAMES LAWRENCE O'DONNELL, A. B., Portland, Oregon. Navy. RICHARD JOSEPH ORTH, A. B., Port- land, Oregon. Baseball 'l. Beacon 3-4. Psychologists 'l-4. JACK DEWAYNE PETERSON, A. B., Portland, Oregon. JEAN RAYMOND PEYRALANS, A. B., Portland, Oregon. French Club 2-4. Philosophical Society 4. International Relations Club 4. JAMES RICHARD PIZZO, A. B., Port- land, Oregon. Log 2-3, Editor 3. Stu- dent Body President 4. Student Coun- cil 3-4. Speech Club 2. Portland Play- ers 2-3-4. Alpha Psi Omega 3-4. Who's Who in American Colleges and Uni- versities. Outstanding Senior. Navy. MAURO F. POTESTIO, A. B., Portland, Oregon. Italian Club I-2, President 'I- 2. Future Teachers of America I-4, President 4. Inter-Club Council 3. Air Corps. EARL JAMES RHEA, A. B., Portland, Oregon. Marines. THEODORE WILLIAM RIBBLE, A. B., Vancouver, Washington. ARCHILLE FRANK RISCHIOTTO, A. B., Portland, Oregon. JOHN EDWARD ROSSITER, A. B., Port- land, Oregon. Preface 2-3-4, Associate Editor 2, Editor 3-4. Philosophical Society 4. Navy. 52 Q CARL RUBIN, A. B., Portland, Oregon. Army. FERDINAND VERA SAMSON, A. B., Portland, Oregon. JOHN HENRY SCHUTZ, A. B., Aurora Oregon. Navy. EDWARD JAMES SELF, A. B., Camas, Washington. Track 3. SIDNEY RICHARD SMITH, A .B., Port- land, Oregon. Air Corps. JOHN FREDRICK SONNHALTER, A. B. Portland, Oregon. Football 3-4. Mono: gram Club 3-4. Campus Club 'l. Army ROBERT ANTHONY SPEAR, JR., A. B., Portland, Oregon. Erik X . - -. T-XTJENQ 6 .',1,-ci K.. all .V Z, ' ' xl ill: '?llJ..'J'ilQrl: 1' ff?" ' 1, 9 .- ik ff ' I ll- . W.-inn, 'S--Z' x fix- JOHN MATSCHINER - Who's Who from Science. Liberal Arfs , -5 1 41 .qv FiiQ6ff-'E- ,. Q Wf4Q .-! L b 5 7 I ji Z1 Z ' A il. f 6 'Q V'-N ov' 2 'ij ' ff' , 0 .ff "W 'N sm 42:72 N47 N .WWII JERRY McDONALD-Swimmer, singer, and senior secretory. WALTER FREDRICK SPITZNAGEL, A. B., Clackamas, Oregon. Baseball 2-3-4. Monogram Club 2-3. HOMER J. STAHL, A. B., Portland, Oregon. Spanish Club 3-4. Navy. ROBERT LAWSON THALHOFER, A. B., Prineville, Oregon. Track 3. Tennis 'I-2. Beacon 'I-2-3-4. Log 3. Senior Class President 4. Campus Club 'I-2-3-4. Gleeman I-2-3-4. Army. BERNARD TONE, A. B., Portland, Ore- gon. Air Corps. GLEN E. TURNER, A. B., Portland, Oregon. Air Corps. THOMAS UNGER, A. B., Honolulu, T. H. Football 2. Secretary-Treasurer Monogram Club 2. FREDERICK RAYMOND UTZ, .lR., A. B., Portland, Oregon. Football I-2-3-4. Monogram Club I-2-3-4. Campus Club 'l. ROBERT WARD WEBSTER, A. B., Port- land, Oregon. Navy. ROBERT ALLEN WEISMANDEL, A. B., Portland, Oregon. Navy. ROBERT JOHN WIESMANN, A. B., Portland, Oregon. Skiing 2-3-4. BILL C. WIGGINS, A. B., Portland, Oregon. RICHARD BARRETT Wll.l.SON, A. B., Dallas, Oregon. Mixed Chorus 3-4. Gleeman 'I-2. DAVID KARL WILSON, A. B., Portland, Oregon. Army. FRED CAMERON WOLFE, A. B., SI. Clairsville, Ohio. Barristers 4. German Club 4. International Relations Club 3-4. Army . DIEDRICH WOLFE, JR., A. B., Portland, Oregon. Beacon 3. Psychologists 3. Speech Club 2. Body Builders 3-4. Alpha Kappa Tau 3-4. German Club 3. Gleeman 4. International Relations Club 3-4, President 4. Catholic Leader- ship Congress 3. Army. 53 ,. .rj,,-.M W, afriqaft-HQ: xg-.,, Q , ,fygggj.gtI,-,,,.5,,q5I,,:Lwg5,4,g,it. ,H i ftll. 1' gigs..-ri. , .- is-fs,,,1I.. .Mr 0 I nb-' -. ' - -'Ii I I wif- fr 55:32 ., "'.53i,y3'r!5t5I3fLA'Z,--I -. wt' X III II' I P. n"f-".-'1i"I -' I.-W1 V 'I . 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Although they attend the only off-campus unit of the University, students of the College of Nursing nevertheless have been active in extra-curricular activities of the school. Or- ganization in which nursing students partici- pate include the Biologists, Tri-Beta, the Pep club, Sodality, and Alpha Tau Delta, national honorary. Both the Biologists' and Musicians, Balls take place on the nursing school campus. When the new constitution was ratified this spring, the nursing student body became a part of the Associated Students. A department of the University since l931I-, the college Will grant bachelor of science de- grees to nearly forty students in May. VVhile maintaining the highest standards of scholar- ship, the College of Nursing has kept as its ob- jective both the cultural and scientific educa- tion of its students. 54 . , ut,-. r . -S xx. I. 1 i. xg, ...I ..,i ng, ,,,...lQ ,J .. MISS ARLENE ALLEN, B.S., Assistant Director of Nursing Services MRS. GABRIELLE BOEHMER, R.N., B.S. Instructor in Medical Nursing. SISTER AGNES BERNADETTE, F.C.S.P. R.N., Instructing Supervisor in Oper ating Room. MISS BARBARA BOGUE, B.S., Instructing Supervisor in Diet Therapy. MISS SARAH CORRY, R.N., Chairman of Student Health Service MISS ISABELLE GALLAGHER, Secretary to the Dean. REVEREND MICHAEL J. GAVIN, C.S.C., A.B., Regent. MRS. GEORGIANN S. GOMES, R.N. B.S., Instructor in Surgical Nursing. MISS JOAN GRONDAHL, Instructor in Public Health MISS PATRICIA HALL, R.N., B.S., Instructor in Orthopedic Nursing. 1 Nursin annul' Nursin MISS OLIVE A. HUSSETT, R.N., B.S., Assistant Instructor in Nursing MISS TELENE HOBBS, R.N., B.S., Arts. ' MISS BERNICE I. ORWIG, B.A., B.S., MRS. CAROL HEWITT, R.N., B.S., Assistant Instructor in Nursing MRS. HELEN MADSON, Instructor in Nursing Sciences. Instructor in Nursing Arts. Arts. Bookkeeper. MISS HARRIET OSBURN, R.N., A.I5., MRS. GERTRUDE STICKNEY, MISS KATH Director of Nursing Service. Librarian. Instructor 56 .gzi W O sf ERINE TRENHOLME,B.S., MISS EVELYN GRANBOIS, Assist- in Physical Education. ant Educational Director. MISS DORTHY E. VOSSEN, R.N., B.S., Educational Director of Nurses. Nursing IONA C. ALLEN, B. S., Sherwood, Ore- gon. Navy. ELAINE MARIE ARTHUR, B. S., Baker, Oregon. Senior Class President. Biolo- gists 'I-2-3-4. Pep Club 'I-2-3. ANITA MARIE BAKER, B. S., Cornelius, Oregon. Biologists 2-3-4. Nurses Choral I-2. Pep Club I-2-3-4. Sodality 2-3-4. BEVERLY ANN BLOCK, B. S., Portland, Oregon. Pep Club 2-3-4. Sodality 2- 3-4. JOYCE MARY BUSCH, B. S., Colton, Washington. Biologists 2-3-4. Rally Squad I-2. Beta Beta Beta 3-4. Alpha Tau Delta 3-4. Nurses Choral 'I-2. Pep Club I-2-3. President 3. HARRIET EVELYN CALKINS, B. S., Port- land, Oregon. SYLVIA J. CHRISTENSON, B. .S, Van- couver, Washington. Sophomore Class Treasurer. MARIE PHILLIS CLAIRMONT, B. S., Fort Washakie, Wyoming. Senior Secretary. Pep Club 'I. Sodality 3. RICHALYN G. COATES, B. S., New- castle, Wyoming. Nurses Activity Coun- cil 4. Biologists 4. Nurses Choral 'I-2. EMILY D. DICKSON, B. S., Portland, Oregon. Pep Club 2. DONNA JOAN DRIPS, B. S., Twin Falls, Idaho. Log 2. Biologists I. Alpha Tau Delta 3-4. Nurses Choral 'l. ANN ELIZABETH FITZELI., B. S., Port- land, Oregon. Biologists 'I-2-3. Nurses Choral 'I. Pep Club 2-3. Sodality 1-2-3- 4. A. EVELYN GRANBOIS, B. S., Port- land, Oregon. French Club I. Nurses Choral 2. Sodality I. Mixed Chorus 2. 57 'I5 ff 1, -5 fzllflffilsy f Wiqx Q7 ,fr T! 8 fff If I0 f I 'EQ li' K J 2---'Ti'-'K --f.'ff""f ' ' 'z . .' ' 3 'r -f ,f'YfI V s.T".', "W, -8251 I I ix Mx, K.. i 'QWBQB 'Z ff--0 fs fin 1 -1 1 Q is "SEM l T ' F ll If no If sr, li, . Ill W ""ln 'I In J Q nm ' f MACNAMARA-College of Nursing Senior class V. P. .SOPHIA FAY JOHNSON, B. S., Prine- ville, Oregon. . MARGARET ELAINE KUENSTING, B. S., Portland, Oregon. Nurses Choral 'I-2. Pep Club 'I-2. Sodality 2-3-4. .FRISCILLA DIANE LOY, B. S., Van- couver, Washington. Junior Class Sec- retary. Beta Beta 3-4. Alpha Tau Del- ta 3-4. Nurses Choral I-2. Pep Club 'I- 2-3-4. .PATRICIA ANN MacNAMARA, B. S., Salem, Oregon. Senior Class Vice- President. Biologists 'I .Nurses Choral I-2-3. Pep Club 'I-2-3-4. Sodality 2- 3-4. Nursing 'Q-4,4 PATRICIA ANN MALLY B. S. Salt Lake City, Utah. Biologists 'I. Nurses Choral I-2-3. Pep Club I-2-3-4. Sodal- ity 2-3-4. MARCELLINE JOANN MITCHELL B. S. Portland, Oregon. Biologists I-2-3. Beta Beta Beta 3-4. Alpha Tau Delta 3-4. Pep Club I-2-3-4. SALLY MARY MORROW B. S. North Hollywood, California. Sophomore Class Secretary. Senior Class Treasurer. Biologist 2. Nurses Choral 'I-2-3-4. Pep Club 2-3. Sodality 3-4. DOLORES MARIAN NEIGEL B. S. Port- land, Oregon. The Log 3. MARIAN HELEN POLLOCK B. S. Oswego, Oregon. Preface 3. Junior Class President. O.S.S.N.C. Represent- ative 3. Who's Who in American Col- leges and Universities. Biologists 3-4. Beta Beta Beta 3-4. Alpha Tau Delta 3-4. Nurses Choral 2. Pep Club 2-3. MARILYN LOUISE SAXTON, B. S., Boise, Idaho. Beta Beta Beta 3-4. Pep Club 2. 5" ?2"'v-, -W .xg.,.gW wa, fl!" N 'fu H. Is-,W .xv-Qltrrpyi In ..- .. Y I. 5. x ' l I 5 ,-:ii IEE-'7i"l I, , is . l xr, -,,. --5 f R15 y 'f 4, vnilx l I I. X 7 f 4 4 2 4 j ' If f RUDY MELONE-Who's Who and Out- standing Senior. Crusading Beacon editor and councilman. BEATRICE SCHEUER B S Portland Oregon Biologists I 2 3. Nurses Choral 'I-2. Pep Club 'I-2-3-4. PATRICIA SUZANNE SHEA B. S. Port- land Oregon. Junior Class VicePresi- dent. Sodality Prefect 3. Biologists 2- 3-4. Rally Squad 2. Beta Beta Beta 3-4. Alpha Tau Delta 3-4. Nurses Choral 'I-2. Pep Club I-2-3-4. Sodality 'I-2-3-4. EDNA JANE SNYDER B. S. Portland Oregon. ROSE MARIE STURZA B. S. Florence Oregon. Beta Beta Beta 3-4. Alpha Tau Delta 3-4. Sodality 3-4. BETTY JEAN SUNDERLAND B. S. Hood River, Oregon. Biologists 2. Nurses Choral I-2. Pep Club 'I-2. PATRICIA LOUISE UHLENKOTT, B. S., Grongeville, Idaho. President Nurses Activity Council 4. Freshman Class Secretary-Treasurer. Nurses Activity Council Representative 2-3. O.S.N.A. President 4. Biologists 2. Nurses Choral I-2. Sodality 2-3. ELSBETH MARIE WALL, B. S., Portland, Oregon. HELEN ELIZABETH WESTENDICK, B. S., Tallahassee, Florida Nurses Activity Council. Representative I. Biologists 2-3. Beta Beta Beta 3-4. Alpha Tau Delta 3-4. Nurses Choral I-2. Pep Club 'I-2-3-4. Sodality 'I-2. ETHEL M. WHITE, B. S., Camas, Wash- ington. Beta Beta Beta 3-4. Alpha Tau Delta 3-4. PERSIS ANNE WICK, B. S., Portland, Oregon. Biologists 4. Beta Beta Beta 3-4. Alpha Tau Delta 3-4. LOLA MAE WINDECKER, B. S., Salem. Oregon. Junior Class Treasurer. Biolo- gists 2. Beta Beta Beta 3-4. Alpha Tau Delta 3-4. Nurses Choral I-2-3. Pep Club 2-3-4. 58 KIIJXIA .--As.. ll I .-rprll if-17x fvjs. ll, H' "il i i filet lj: 15 fffti U 'yy .i Li 'Xa-51 511,-, . i .gy fx 3 Tris-. W' ' tlifiigi riff! XL ji L4 tgp .. '-52' X'-.H REV. JOSEPH S. McGRATH, C.S.C., Ph.D., Deon of the College of Science. An independent unit of the University since its inception in l939 the College of Science has steadily increased its enrollment to a present peak of nearly two hundred students. An outstanding faculty that is much in demand in public speaking engagements has been brought under the directorship of Rev. Joseph S. McGrath, C.S.C., dean. The College of Science is divided into three departments, Chemis- try, Zoology and Physics-Mathematics. The Chemistry and Zoology departments also offer graduate work towards master of science degrees. Most of the chemistry research is now carried on in Science Hall and its annex. Physics students attend classes and laboratories in the new Engineering buildings and Zoology majors occupy the fourth floor of VVest Hall. ij REV. JAMES G. ANDERSON, C.S.C., Ph.D., MR. CARL BONHORST, Ph.D., MR. CHARLES .l. BOWLES, M.S., Associate Professor of Chemistry. Instructor in Chemistry. Instructor in Chemistry. 59 i A W Y i ll 1 l . ll pi llii iii l"lliie'fofi9ir53is l ' 1 'll Ul L iXT.N?4"'fa?I5Q ' 'P l I ill, -'.,,ff.e . ,Q li , in lit" 7, ,, , iii I Ill' .q'5ffW1?:c2gi .f i , 1. 'mln l,,gTf:5gf:f14g ' ' M' We iii 'ii My . l i ,iii 1 N-'fry' ,gs ff? . t it fu Ap,f,,g.-XXL, f H will ff' i . 51 4Q:1.jwi'jj- :ff N 5 y ' f 555' Xfv-:ANZ-fail----Y, -1 154 A Qs i N- Q1 'exiiffff Mn" xt. av l tc if fist Xt: 1, V"sL.,- fx 1' 1' " ' We " all f i ,'gf:flii'lyp.psfQ cf i Tj" liillyrf-55541 ,,fff541' ff 1 l lQl3m?c:ff'J sl lf? ' 55455 ' Q2 A l sb! 'X fc!" if- l .f-ff" AP? aifiiif ll 4.:'f",ffff it l 1 Ji' ' 'S ll l 'G' '-'H.sa':F.:' , ,K ll s,.,....J- 1 .X 'lr.'.2'li2:.. X. Q .315 my M t ,Wise ,its if Nt i 117715251 x fini: lyk 3 fyxxt xx! if yxqztb ,Qi f -.1 '. - i tv at XXX x... jx Am, ' .i -is A. t 'Nxt Xl! XEZ, xiii, sm Af", f 1' ll ' 'Yi Hi , li ff ll li nfl 'ij ffl: fl Kg yi 'QR it A ,-441-175 'fizyif Lg f' fl . V ' If l Yu 'Q ll 'pi l ff If it il like . .1f.r.-RFU it -l Xe-LM l y . l ,li I b ...Jil 5 ity-r - i ntl ly g 1 i i I ' l Cr' iii it 'N it . ldgl lil if an 2:14 I,-X . ll 'T li i l "- ff. 'il-lflfwfi. - as gli' MUIQLQ?-Yisgef?-'ggq S31 , ufj. . . 'J 'W aff '- yy . su-fyf ff..-X ,P --.Qsw ffyf.. i i X " X.-W! . it a i " iwa-,::e?r15s-rSi'- - . ' . .. 'ldflyiw ij i l I WA' N li "-xixxsx f i 1 Y lj?-Leia i 4v':Ss-V- ,H ifllllly X-34:-'gif ffcfyl 4' IXJ1 .J A fm ' .rzs C CAKE. Q1 ,4,fy,5,.kxE2Ntf J , il! ' arf, sf i, ,fffm ii i, 'LVCS U f .55 . l A ,l LX. i f' y , f l, 1.' f - 1--'--Atv-L '1f""' was I .7 5 Q "'lf5""f'm ill f 'i. '?!13f':".e1f,5fJF-'-17' I zf 1 'll ff gen - :. ?g:i2,5.QCvJ.44f ' ,if 'NSPS ff" i ' A1 r.,.. l '.i J. College of REV. WILLIAM J. COUGHLAN, C.S.C., A.B., Professor of Mathematics. MR. EDWARD J. CAHILL, A.B., MR. BLONDEL H. CARLETON, Ph.D., REV. WILLIAM T. DUFFY, C.S.C., Instructor in Biology. Assistant Professor of Zoology. A.B., Instructor in Mathematics. an df' 'ow -In MR. IRA M. HORTON, A.M., Ph.D., MR. JOEL F. KAHN, B.S., MR. WILLIAM J. KEANE, B.S., BROTHER GODFREY IVASSALLOJ Assistant Professor of Zoology. Instructor in Mathematics. Assistant Professor of Physics. M.S., Professor of Physics. MR. CHARLES E. LAUER, M.S., Assistant Professor of Mathematics and Physics. 60 cience MR. WARREN S. MUCGREGOR, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Chemistry. BR. REMY CAYDTD, Technician, REV. JOHN A. MOLTER, C.S.C., Science Department. Ph.D., Professor of Zoology. MR. A. R. MOORE, Ph.D., REV. RICHARD D. MURPHY, C.SC Professor of Zoology. A. B., Assistant Professor of Physics G1 fr , 451 Wu MR. PHILIP S. SKELI., A.M., Ph.D., MR. WALTER J. STOTT, B. S., Assistant Professor of Chemistry. Assistant Professor of Chemistry. MR. MERLE A. STARR, A.M., Ph.D., Assistont Professor of Physics. MR. ARTHUR L. STEVENS, Ph.D., MR. PAUL WACK, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Zoology. Assistant Professor of Physics Science DUANE ELWIN BEADERSTADT, B. S., Portland, Oregon. Army. . FRANCIS CLIFFORD BISSONETTE, JR. B. S., Portland, Oregon. RICHARD WARREN BRADLEY, B. S., Portland, Oregon. Air Corps. ROBERT WILLIAM BURKE, B. S., Port- Oregon. ELWOOD JOHN CARTER, B. S., Van- couver, Washington. Air Corps. M3 I x :R also m Q 'Ab' C I .V L Oz' fl '9 ' nl I i . it b. , Xgnilhwllu ,,, . j,' gf-E is L fi, ff If 1 xr! ., ff , '-1' A 84. CONNIE ROBERTI-Who's Who. Mus- icoed leader. LEO JOHN CONNER, B. S., Ashland, Oregon. CHARLES N. ESTES, B. S., Portland, Oregon. Quadrent I-3. Engineers I. Air Corps. JOSEPH L. FRANKLIN JR., B. S., Or- chards, Washington. Army. THOMAS N .GOFF, B. S., Portland, Oregon. Army. DONALD WILLIAM GRAHAM, B. S., Portland, Oregon. Navy. CHARLES TIMOTHY GRANT, B. S., La- Gronde, Oregon. Biology 2. Biologists 2. Campus 'I-2-3-4. Mixed Chorus I. Glee- men I-2. THOMAS McCLELLEN HAMBLETON, B. S. Portland, Oregon Air Corps. JOHN EDGAR HEFFERNAN, B. S., Port- land, Oregon. Skiing 'I-2-3-4. Ski Club I-2-3-4, Secretary 3. Engineers 'I-2. Navy. ROBERTS FRANK HOARD, B. S., Port- land, Oregon. Army. JOSEPH W. HORTON, B. S., Portland, Oregon. Ski Club I-2-3-4. Band I-2- 3-4. i GORDON ROBERT JOHNSTON, B. S., Portland, Oregon. American Chem- ical Society. Who's Who in American Colleges and Univeristies. 62 'lT""P Science A-.. 5th,-s Q5 '."..'7"" 31 1 uv-,lb 'Q""'?-I ARVID KARLSTROM B. S., Portland, Oregon. Biologists 6. Navy. GEORGE FERGUSON KNIERIEM, B. S., Portland, Oregon. Navy. JAMES EDWIN KURTH, B. S., Port- land, Oregon. Quadrant 2. Engineers 1-2. Navy. CHARLES RUSSEL LANE, B. S., Three Forks, Montana. Navy. JOHN W. LEHMAN, B. S., Portland, Oregon. CHARLES K. LIU, B. S., Portland, Ore- gon. Monogram Club 1-2-3-4. JOHN THOMAS MATSCHINER, B. S., Portland, Oregon. Gleeman 1-2. Foot- ball 1-2. Who's Who in American Col- leges and Universities. Air Corps. HAROLD ARTHUR MICHEL, B. S., Port- land, Oregon. Biologists 2-3. Navy. ESTE MORRISON, B. S., Portland, Ore- gon. Tennis. Navy. 10. JOHN E. MORRISON, B .S., Portland, Oregon. Navy. WALTER JOHN NIEBUHR, B. .S, Port- land, Oregon. Navy. 12. PATRICK ALEXANDER O'DONOVAN, B. S., Portland, Oregon. Army. 63 PETER STANLEY PARTRIDGE, B. S., Garibaldi, Oregon. Campus 1-2-3-4. German 2-3-4. WILLIAM I. PHILLIPS JR., B. S., Port- land, Oregon. Navy. 15.JOHN PATRICK REEVES, B. S., Salt Lake City, Utah. Marines. WILLIAM J. RYAN, B. S., Portland, Oregon. Business Ad. 3-4. Navy Air Corps. f x Q I f QV A-gin Ill ' 'lf 5 ff A me rx Qyjs lXn'?i1.". I 4 .-ly ', 0' ' f gk .X .bw I W 5 ll 7 ' 1 Ny lu, I XXX t. 'XL X 2 1 1 V. Sf CLARENCE RYLANDER-Who's Who and Outstanding senior. Business Ad. Club president. T .. A T -ix, iii- lil,"I'l'IIi' 'lid 5 iii Q T ,. f 7 P DMX J I f 4 f Science N ffl! Ziff, J f 1 I R gig: -7 if? f ' 2 ' .ui MEL SETVIN-Who's Who. Engineering Club Wheel. SAMUEL SCHINASI, B. S., Portland, Oregon. Army. JOHN J. SIMON, B. S., New England, North Dakota. Engineers I-2. EARL CLAYTON SIMS, B. S., Portland, Oregon. American Chemical Society. Army. ROBERT ROWAN SMALLEY, B. S., Portland, Oregon. Biologists 3-4. Army. HUBERT JESS SMITH, B. S., Portland, Oregon. Air Corps. PAUL R. SMITH, B. S., Portland, Oregon. Navy. RICHARD CHESTER SOWELL, B. S., Portland, Oregon. Body Builders 'I-2-3-4. Beta Beta Beta 2-3-4. DONALD MAURICE TARDIFF, B. S., Portland, Oregon. Navy. LELAND FRANCIS THAYER, B. S., Portland, Oregon. Air Corps. DONALD WILFRED WANAMAKER, B. S., Portland, Oregon. Navy. DONALD RODRICK WATERS, B. S., Lakeview, Oregon. Business Acl Club 4. Campus Club 'I-2-3-4. Inter-Collegiate Knights 4. JAMES E. WATT, B. S., Portland, Oregon. Air Corps. JACK L. WILSON, B. S., Portland, Oregon. Business Ad Club I-2. Gleeman I-2. 64 J:5j'X ,ZIQR VfQ. XJ. gi 5221 i i ftif it if X43 T 4 -MX ii A A A XX El A A-M .-, if-in .fferl Tfi rig- .ga.XX ig li .l lim fe.sfi...ii UU J A ff l f i asf . fl X ff? X .1 4 if ,K . -E ::1.:: wg, g,,, .. X N' 4 - J' i G 'V. Q A ...giilii . 5 C 3: -A xg f is ei Zigi 2. fr , iw " ' A - J- "iff, Q . .T4'if7'i3 ie5?.i i . . J if . 'Q A ees " 7.924 'J --zz li? ::" MR. JAMES R. GRIFFITH, B.S.C.E., C.E., Dean ofthe School of Engineering. Offering courses leading to a degree of bachelor of science in the field of general engineering, the school of engineering this year will graduate its second class of Seniors During the summer months the school of engineering completed moving into its new half-million dollar building located in the north- west part of the campus. The new three-story brick edifice houses ultra-modern classooms, laboratories and offices. Continued expan- sion of facilities and enlargement of enrollment is being planned. Dean james R. Griffith heads the engineering school. in-..-var' FERDINAND CMOSERD, C.S.C., B.A.MR. F. JAMES MCCANNA, S.B.. in E. MR. JAMES C. OTHUS, M.E., M.S., Associate Professor of Engineering. Assistant Professor of Engineering.Associate Professor of Engineering. 65 ll i . 5 X l . X cw :Nc .,r,, Q J' x .1 4-S f Sf: - ' i i1s,5fef'..g7f' X . . 1. i. rg V X ii, . .I S. i l -. 'J-be W A rig 'X L .+?Fm'iil All M. fi lwfixm 3 ffl' ' Qitx il ii l 1 XJ-zlfzff ' no Q ' i Html F. ff! 1' .1 MTVN ll ii l J . it 'rat .X it gli il X txx xt -1 LXAXOX X xg xl l I AN X ' 'ii' ,Aff Ax Qi" ff? X X ri ii 5 ix il,-:Till IU' li V r-Vffeafdlafi' .1iXi -i -1 V f ' 'T-'N fx 5:-3' -' i vb- ' iii. 'iibffl iiz?'.f i if I ii l X51 Hi,-3 fgfli-TI':,XA K J' ZX -kiln .Hi ilxigzggegs Biff . - '-view V Q'ffilSlli'M we -pgiiafqiij Lift Xr X ' X . , 1wci'T'il7yfXi ,i 4 " ' TTTWWQA' ..f, r i iii l '.4i,fii3i.y ii i L :NK iii ii iz it eerily r gli. 'fffx' -v il ' l.il I.:-1'2fm ii l YW' i 5 ' "" infill ily! 1 if a viii?" i ' ai,'.i7,',' galil , .i psfzv . xx i . ,Lip is Af Jil, ' i vwfix-"Jlri'ii iii 2 I i - :M?'fg:?QizfJf? fi , 'viii i -' ,iff Wir? N '. 'iii r""g XXX J fn V' xiii, pf trial ff 1 N. ,l XXV! . if Fifi'-EZiXX:,gX.XXj,Qii.XX W it J ,C ifvjj -5. XX' i XD' X ,glggi bf' X:ggg:fX1,. X. l 931 Xu it J, X i fe S fl VJ wits. FI V' lb? i f-e' ff V :rf '55 aai" ""-. xfliff .Af f'pfK"xv13 . if-5 'lziijjlf Af. XXX XJ: yur .gf XXX iv i .2 , if if Hill-,X Xi J 'j.-, Q. ' in l 'si . il J. , e i .Wf-as QNN 1-it if J ...... il is-il .W 'll - BX A iif.allld .z. XXQiliQi,jjqQ+i 3. J, wil isa. - efsjy 'iii -442 diff' 'Jff'5sQfef- - fffffki -i V ' LBJ,-f J il 'li infix 'inf iff' 'X r .il if 'Q' 9655... of f 7 -. J i. ,Wggrji li i i -. -J-fi M llf iji ' i 'i'5f.j':?,,5gb. 2.35.5 ' . ll i . X 1 i . .9X:h ?1v5w1HrX:XSg??. i 5 . .iX.g. .1 ,X .. . ,Xa X. T, 0,34 A X . A 1 gy: FQ.-pr . , ., :A-gsgwz: : ii "Lf .wg - i. i L. 1. .. . e. -.. ...- -mee. .l4L MR. ELMER W. PAGE B.S., B. Ed, Assistant Professor in Engineering MR. VERNON H. ROSEBRAUGH, B.S., in E. E., B.S. In C. E., ln- structor in Engineering, MR. WALTER S. THOMPSON, E.E., Associate Professor of Electrical Engineering. MR. WILBUR S. WILLIAMS M.E., Assistant Professor of Engineering En ineerin MR. MERTON C. PARKER Instructor in Engineering. MR. WILLIAM C. PHELAN B.S., in M. E., Instructor in Engineering. 66 i KENNETH E. ALTENHOEEN, B. S., Portland, Oregon. Basketball 2. Quad- rant 3-4. Engineers 4. HARRY MICHEAL BANFIELD, B. S., Port- land, Oregon. Quadrant 'I-3. Engineers l-2-3-4, President 2. Gleeman 'l-2. Band 1-2-3. FRED CHARLAN BONER, B. S., Van- couver, Washington. Engineers l-2-3-4. Bond l-2-3. Navy. WAYNE ORR BOWMAN, B. S., Van- couver, Washington. Navy. KENNETH ARlLD BRENNE, B. S., Port- land, Oregon. Army. THEODORE GlLLlAM BROWN, B. S., Portland, Oregon. Quadrent 3. Engi- neers 3. Navy. JAY COLE, B. S., Portland, Oregon. Quadrant 2. Engineers 'I-2-3-4, Secre- tary-treasurer 3, President 3. Inter-Club Council 3. Wl'1o's Who in American Colleges and Universities. ROBERT MOYER DAWSON, B. S., Port- land, Oregon. Air Force. WILLIAM JOHN DONNER, B. S., Port- land, Oregon. Engineers 4. Air Force. BENJAMIN B. ElSSLER, B. S., Portland, Oregon. Engineers 4. Body Builders l. EARL BRUCE ELLIS, B. S., Portland, Oregon. Army. far? , W E X af' 4' l 4 FQ X ,L,,.Xxx v .f pa W WW s ll , Q f 9 i ' f-, XE: A "il, LES 4? We 'Kei I in ': f Q el ' ' A A X If X PAT UHLENKOTT-Guiding Light of Nur- sing Student Body and Oregon State Nurses Association. Engineenng NT ' xx N N. , A f lx N 4 .xy Z l A ln J f ,J fz ,,. 2 ! fro 1- ?,,, N"' H f i Q BOB THALHOFER-Who's Who. Senior President, songster, and track man. 12. WILLIS RICHARD FORMAN, B. S., Port- land, Oregon. Track l. Quodrent 3. Engineers 4. Navy. 13. LEO ALOYSIUS GARROW JR., B. S. Portland, Oregon. Skiing l-2. Engineers 4. Navy. 14. ALEX 5. GEORGESON, B. S., Portland, Oregon. Engineers 4. 15. DON DEAN GONROWSKI, B. S., Port- land, Oregon. Navy. b 16. KENNETH ALEXANDER HANGO, B. S., Hood River, Oregon. Quadrent 4. En- gineers 3-4. Campus l-2. Navy. 67 ll Engineering Ili Iftf. - - .rx-1, Q1 X :xl xikv x.,Y.T...N ' 1 ,Xxx x . , x W f ut J 5 ' I LHIW 7 Ill' J I It .Z 'S 'AJ DICK PIZZO-WI1o's Who. Outstanding senior. Student body leader, actor, and iournalist. 1. GLENN LAMONT HANSEN, B. S., Port- land, Oregon. Marines. 2. LYNN EDWARD HARRIS, B. S., Port- land, Oregon. Navy. 3. JAMES ALBERT HART, B. S., Portland, Oregon. Army. 4. DONALD H. HART, B. S., Vancouver, Washington.Air Corps. 5. VERNON DALE HASKELI., .B S., Port- land, Oregon. 6. JOSEPH MICHAEL HATT, B. S., Port- land, Oregon. Navy. ROBERT JACK HELZER, B. S., Portland, Oregon. Army. JOHN MACY HOHLER, B. S., Portland, Oregon. CHARLES FRANK INGHAM, B. S., Port- land, Oregon. ROBERT DAVID KENNEDY, B. S., Port- land, Oregon. Engineers I-2. Army. VERNON CHARLES KIRBY, B. S., Port- land, Oregon. Quadrent 3. Engineers l-2-3. Navy. LOUIS WILLIAM KREISCHER, B. S., Portland, Oregon. Quadrent 3. Engi- neers 3-4. Navy. MARTIN JOHN LAVELLE, B. S., Port- land, Oregon. Engineers 4. DONALD HARRY LEVELLIE, B. S., Trout- dale, Oregon. Quadrent 3-4. Army. 15. KENNETH HENRY LEVELLIE, B. S., Trout- dale, Oregon. DEXTER GILBERT LIEN, B. S., Portland, Oregon. Engineers 'l. WILLARD EUGENE LINDLEY, B. S., Portland, Oregon. Navy. HERBERT S .LOUlE, B. S., Portland, Oregon. Engineers 4. Air Corps. PAUL ROBERT LUCKEROTH, B. S., Port- land, Oregon. Army. IIII-im 68 RALPH THOMAS MANION, B. S., Sa- lem, Oregon. Quadrenl 1. Navy. KENNETHLEE MEHLIG, B. S., Portland Oregon. Army. MERRITT OWENS NEWDALL, B. S. Poriland, Oregon. Engineers 4. Navy. EDWARD KEITH NEUBAUER, B. S., Hill side Park, Illinois. JOSEPH PAUL NIEHUSER, B. S., Port- land, Oregon. JEREMIAH LEWIS POINTER, B. S., Port land, Oregon. Navy. JAMES FOSTER RAWSON, B. S., Port land, Oregon. Engineers 4. Air Corps. THOMAS WILLIAM REED, B. S., Port- land, Oregon. Navy. HARRY HUGH RICHMOND JR., B. S. Portland, Oregon. Engineers 4. Navy sauce ROGERS, s. s., Portland, ore- gon. Quadrent 3-4. Engineers 3-4. EARL SCHMIDT, B. S., Camas, Wash- inglon. MAX SCHULZE, B. S., Portland, Ore- gon. Quadrenf 3-4. Army. MELVIN JOSEPH SETVIN, B. S., Sf Helens, Oregon. Engineers .4 CHARTON STEPHEN SLENNING, B. S., Portland, Oregon. Quadrent 4. En- gineers 3-4. Navy. Engineering ' diff illllxx v 'Y Q ll TAY f 1 ylllf W f I ' 1 , X I. !!,,x lx Nw N an 'QL Q! 4 . 1 fl li! .7 5.47 PETE VAN HOOMISSEN-Oufsfanding senior, Business Ad. brass, NFCCS chairman. 15. RUSSELL BURDETTE SMITH, B. S., Van couver, Washington. 16. ROBERT JAMES VETTERLEIN, B. S. Porfland, Oregon. Quadrent 1. Engin eers 1. Army. 12. JOHN K. VITAS, B. S., Portland, Ore gon. Engineers 4. Merchant Marine. 18. EDWARD PATRICK WALSH, B. S., Port- land, Oregon. Quadrant 1. Navy. 69 2? . LQ 2351s-gg,"-.' K ' 255535- 3? A 5. s- X 1. 'ref fifez ,. ' Q25 I I 44... F Y, ..,", 1 -izfl :aff-2.10,-. 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A- iv 7 if :ily Vifni, Ilrvlvxo New wg H0 3-rc. ii x .Q 'N ,' , , -shi: 3 A X Ilgigg .i .N 'ox ,,A1,-WN5 s ,uit ,W WLX4,Sx-l' Ygitln. ii 531 lil it RJ, .pf-"' 11 'ii ii is ces of if lim iff' iv e-' W1 4- ,eff fssifr iiisefeef iv' viii 171 if 'tiff 1f?f'i'53a1-L'ff""5 l Le' .fzfg at -1:-s1:Pffufsf??i.s l 44 1 ,way 'f V 'fm' seem 1 I I' iisiiiiai .f::cf?.-- ' Ei? i?Q""""il i . -572,-f-,auf ,. A - r--me :inf-te: it 1 "' .'.3g,:,,.p ' i rw: 3,1- ,fwf"- vi ri if ii A: 'N H , H " ' 1 1,195 I A-gif ii u . . 1 MR. LOUIS P. ARTAU, M.A. Dean of the School of Music Graduation of its first class this spring will mark the fulfillment of a complete school of music on the Portland campus. First organ- ized in I947 with an enrollment totaling only one-third of its present I25, the school has also added to its faculty roster many distinguished composers and artists. At the present time, the school of music is the only division of the uni- versity that is co-educational. The addition of a wing of practice rooms connecting Music Hall and the Education Hall auditorium has greatly increased the amount of equipment available to music stu- dents. Musical ensembles including the Chorausg the Gleemeng the orcfhestrag the string quartetg the Collegium Musicium, chamber music groupg and numerous other organizations have been enlarged this year. The School of Music is under the direction of Dan Louis Artau. 70 MR. PHILIPPE R. De La MARE, M.A., Associote Professor of Music MR. CHARLES E. DIETZ, B.M., Instructor in Music. Director of Band. MR. EDWARD F. FERRER, B.M., Instructor in Music. MISS ANNA GUDMUNDSSON, A.B., Teaching Fellow in Music. MR. ARTHUR B. HITCHCOCK, B. Mus., Professor of Picmo and Composition. MADAME ISABELLA CURL PIANA, A.B. Professor of Voice. MISS BRUNETTA E. MAZZOLINI, Instructor in Voice. MRS. AURORA P. UNDERWOOD, B.Mus Professor of Piano. MR. REX UNDERWOOD, Professor of Violin, Director of Orchestra. MR. ROBERT ZIMMERMAN, B.A., B.of Ed Instructor in Music and Chorus. 1 Jf Music 'x 19" f ,wil School of Music .fell- pq' If X l ilu ll t S33 3. l 1 5- , 54 li" ly: 1 'Qg 1 ', 'Ax " 'il 1 ' .4 Q L- s ' lf If Q 4 l JACK VlDONl-perennial Pilot cheer 1 A if l -2. I l ll ' li Mixed Chorus 3. 8. DONNA TERESA POWERS, A. B., Vancouver 4. Musicoeds 3-4. 9. HELEN LOUISE RANDOLPH, A. B., Portland, Mixed Chorus 3-4. Musicoeds 3-4. 'l0. LOIS HELENE RANDOLPH ,A. B., Portland, Mixed Chorus 3-4. Musicoeds 3-4. 'l'l. CONSTANCE ANN ROBERTI, A. B., Portland, in American Colleges and Universities. ltalio 2-3. Alpha Psi Omega 2-3-4. Mixed Chorus dent of Musicoed 3-4. 1 'l. FABIAN A. CARANGELO, A. B., Portland, Oregon. Mixed Chorus 4. Air Force. 2. SERGE BENOIST deGASTYNE, A. B., Portland, Oregon. Preface 2-3. Body Builders 3. Mixed Chorus 3. 3. MARVEL J. HART, A. B., Springfield, Oregon. Musicoeds 3-4. 4. MARIE ANNE .lALl, A. B., Portland, Oregon. German Club 2-3. Mixed Chorus 3. Musicoeds 3-4. String Quartet 2-3, Collegium Musicum 2-3-4. 5. GERALDINE HAZEL MCGINNIS, A. B., Redmond, Oregon. Italian Club 3. Mixed Chorus 3-4. Musicoeds 3. Collegium Musicum 3-4. 6. EDWARD ANTHONY MORIN, A. B., Portland, Oregon. Mixed Chorus 'l-2. Gleemon 2. Chorus 3. 7. STEPHEN DONALD PAIETTA, A. B., Portland, Oregon. Campus Club 'l-2. Woshington. Mixed Chorus Oregon. Spanish Club 3-4. Oregon. Spanish Club 3-4. Oregon. Log 4. Who's Who n Club 2-3. Portland Players 2-3-4. Musicoeds 3-4. Presi- 72 I 1, I Y '. Q . bv , It AY Nl " U V ' 'Q' l 'fi f hi' - 'N' M , My ' t k w!"M 2, ng, , i .. , ,yt K tm q L fr.,fn':g 41 '41 . Xt 4 401 . . 1- ' ' l Q'!:f!ff', f3 5 ff 'Q if fx- - . A I A vf' ,y,"4' ', ' A . 31 fri4SK p"' M I If -4xaQ1Q .t ff.f' ,'241f?s.se:1fz' M W '-'655if.i,,'. i f 4 , ' ylflllr, I EW3.2'rg,f',g' - gin :W - W ,JM f Qgrfygggfg' y , ' ' ,1' l t. V fy WU'-,.-T ' rw1ff i eL',1! 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Student Government Publications Personalities Organizations Associafed Sfudenfs of fhe Universify of Porflclnd - fo .W rr A They gave the student body a new constitution ond a flock of parking tickets. Cleft to rightl stand- ing: Ted Little, senior councilman: Pete Van Hoomissen, senior councilmang Tom Miller, iunior councilman: Bud Smith, sophomore councilman: Bob Thalhofer, senior presiclentp Tom Cooney, 'Freshmanpresidentg Bob Walsh, sophomore presidentg George Van Hoomissen, junior presidentp Don Clark, freshman council- man. Seated: Rudy Melone, secretaryg Bill Colbert, vice-president: Dick Pizzo, presidenty Bernie Grass, treasurer. Student government gets associated . . . Student body activities started with a bang this year-officers layed on with hammers and paint brushes to refinish their new office as a fitting home for the latest model of government, the Associated Students of the University of Portland. By way of letting everybody know they were in business, ASUP distributed the second edition of the guidebook The Pilot ffreej, student body cards Calso freej and park- ing tickets ffor which there was a slight chargej. Freshmen were given the gladhand under ASUP and Sophomore class auspices, complete with beanies, election of officers, tongue-in- cheek heckling, and a Welcome Dance. Working under a new financial setup wherebye student control of funds was inauguriated, student politicos budgeted well, and brewed up one of the best dances seen on campus in the Sweetheart Ball, a free Valentines' Day affair, complete with a band and royal court. ' K 36, . 'ik 2, is ASUP means new clcfivifies, more services . . . and parking ficlcefs ASUP wandered into the Wide, wide world by sending representatives to the OFCL fOregon Federation of Collegiate Leadersl, NSA fNHtlOll3l Students Associationl, and the NFCCS CNational Federation of Catholic College Studentsl. Portland representatives spearheaded the series of dinner meetings be- tween leaders of the students bodies of the Portland area which may pay off in a pur- chase card system for college students, and an all-college dance and picnic. At home the Pilot wheels sponsored pub- lication of a student directory for the first time, and gave school spirit a shot in the arm with campus rallies, and a Homecoming Week- end that featured both Alumnii and Student dances and a rally bonfire. A A E E W ,ii , L 2 if E Student body Vice-President Bill Colbert takes a look at the record he stands on. KNever end a sentence with o preposifion.J Memorable event: Bernie Grass, student body treasurer, signs o check with a smile on his face. The term ex officio refers to left over and miscellaneous council members: Tom Carter, Beacon editorp Sy Rooen Convocations director- Larry Dinneen, NFCCS choirmang and Don Newman, Log editor. ii if I I u lv ,Q n - -f"'T'Tf K - f-H-, Q. . K i . 'A 1 ,r I is Under the new constitu- tional setup, the student council has been divided into two groupsg the execu- tive council Cop p o site pagej, which is composed of elected officers and the P g e n e r al council, fleftj, which includes functional ,Qflllfi ellhfw- V. em' officers. The constitution committee coordinates their whereos's: fleft to rightl Dennis Moron, Maurio Potosto, Sy Rooen, Rudy Melone, Chairman, Don Newman, and John Giovannini. Supersalesmen of the subscription drive, or the Curtis kids: Cleft to rightl Bob Ludeman, Earl Wisecorver, Sy Rooen Cchairmanl, Dean Abbott, Tom Gennette. Climax of the Chest Drive: Portland students bought a Red Feather for Sl,700. . . . Also consfifufions, magazines . . . and a Red Feather An overwhelmingly successful Com- munity Chest Drive amassed 5151 ,700g top college contribution. ASUP solved a problem that has plagued student govern- ment fo ten years, when it rewrote the student constitution, and put its activities on a workable basis. The Associated Students dug in to keep football by organ- izing a magazine subscription drive . . . a novel switch on the old 'Tm working my Way through College routine. 76 Nurs 's ctlvlty Council Working jointly with the ASUP, the Nurses Activity Council, governing body of the College of Nursing, successfully sponsored the colorful "Gypsy Caravan" in November, took an active part in making arrangements for the popular Student Body Spring Dance held in April, and were responsible for much of the program planning of Campus Day events. ln a more serious vein, Council members represented the University at the Oregon Student Nurses Council, par- ticipated in the Portland Intercollegiate Council, and were hostesses to graduating nurses at the traditional Capping and VVelco.ming Tea. Pal Ulilenkofr, President of Nurses Activity Council. Left to right: Richalyn Coates, N. A. C., Representativep Nancy Wimmer Sophomore President: Phillis Ryan, Vice Presidentp Carol Luiz, Choral Club Presrdenfy Pal Uhlenbatl, Presidentp Elaine Anlhun, Senior Presidentp Ann Quinn, Pep Club President: Elizabeth Norrance, Freshman Presidentp Joan Jones, Freshman Representative. i.i1,i,.,. ,.,.f,V . ,ix -, fwssgii ' C XS i sq, I ws. l Notice all the pep . . . notice all the pep . . . Left to right, First row, Dorothy Senko, Alpha Searcie, Dorothy Christensen, louise Sacchini, Elizabeth Ashdown, Ann Quinn, Joan Dove, Mary McNally, Dorothy Vardanega, Pat O'Connor, Lillian Zbinden, Charlotte Susanka, Betty Narey, Bertha Hee, Carolyn Driscoll, Carol Lutz, Rita Schwary. Second row: Virginia Mueller, Joan David, Pot Kelly, Dorothy Kalmbach, Janice Buyserie, Betty Hostetler, Alice Shields, Joan Van Hoom- issen, Helen Callaghan, Peggy Hatch, Joanne Gosch, Barbara Bortrell, Philis Ryan, Geri Van Dyke, Nancy Wimmer, Donna Lofgren, Mary Brady, Luetta Nielsen, Janice Tucker. Pep Club Portland's numerically superior male rooters were hard pushed to match the well-organized cheers and lively demonstrations of the College of Nursing's Pep Club. When yell queen Maggie Gandiaga, ably as- sisted by rally girls Pat O'Conner, Dot Senko, and Peggy Hatch, led them into action, the gals went to town. l Chasing again, huh! Joan Dove, Secretary Ann Quinn, President 'i ,. S , , 014 i Rst: f lr l iff -' v arc, " , Sodalify Meeting the first Tuesday of each month, Sodality members religious discussion groups, par- ticipate in Catholic action programs, and help promote and support various charitable projects. Major activity of the future nurses in the an- nual "Vocation VVeek" held during the month of March, featuring forums concerning the problems of the nursing profession. Emphasis on religion. Left to right, first row: Rita Schwary, Jean Mclntyre, Carolyn Driscoll, Joanne Gosch, Dorothy Senko, Patricia O'Connor, Mary Lou King, Arlen Campbell, Catherine Rueschenberg, Pat Kelly, Pat Byrne, Alice Bauer, Hannah O'Leary. Second row: Rose Kelly, Barbara Fitzell, Phills Ryan, Louise Sacchini, Gladys Zielinski, Helen Callaghan, Ann Quinn, Mary McNally, Joan Dove, Betty Narey, Dorothy Klambach. Third row: Dorothy Vardanega, Helen Westendick, Kathleen Klein, Joan Van Hoomissen, Pat Shea, Helen Joyce. Alpha Tau Delfa Prospective Florence Nightin- gales are selected for Alpha Tau Delta, national nursing honorary, on the basis of academic standing, personality, leadership, and faculty approval. WVhile primarily an honorary, this group also has a practical purpose in improving liv- ing conditions and promoting so- cial affairs. Nurses of distinction. Left to right: Donna Drips, Lola Windecker, Helen Westendick, Pat Shea, Rose Marie Sturza, Priscilla Loy, Marian Pollock, Persis Wick, Marcelline Mitchell. ssociated Music Students Concert Band y Flute, Mildred Scott: Oboe: Lucille Grabovac: Clarinets, Gerald Dickson, Doraliene Hughes, Kenneth Waldroff, Ernest Ryan, Dean Vaillan- court, Alex Chang, Fred Gomes, Jacqueline Zion, Lee T. Witty, Dale Shadrick, Louis Hoeber: French Horns, Stafford Miller, Robert Johnson, Leroy Blomberg, John Seltman, Joy Holmes: Bassoonsy David Weiland: Saxophonesp Ronald Hite, Charles Porcelli, Edward Hodgson, Erhart Braun, Don Thomas: Cornetsg Elmer Ramsey, John Sackman, Richard Schwary, Neil Stoering, John Chance, Robert Bradford, Oscar Haynes, Harold Sherman, Harold Sparks, Robert Murphy, Wayne Bowman: Trombones, Donald Goodwin, Ernest Basabe, Charles Olson, Ernest Ho- bensack, Robert Olson: Euphoniumg Eugene Schile, John Olsen, Jr.: Tubas, William Wenker, John Kuratli, Warren Moore, Eugene Hardin, Mel Novig: String Bass, Janet Schille: Percussion, Alan Goldsmith, John Schaller, Jack Densem, Amy Nabut, Joseph Horton, Frank Sommers: Harp, Marian Fouse. 80 Rally Bond In the van of all Portland rallies was the Uni- versity of Portland band. Under the direct- orship of Charles Dietz, the bond had plenty of guidance as it went through precision marching formations with drum maiors lee Witty and Al Goldsmith and three leggy drum maiorettes. Quarfef Popular new entry in Portland's musical lineup is the Swing Quartet composed of Don Clark, Nisbe Smith, Jack Waddington and Elmer Ramsey. They provided melodic moments cnt convocations and at the Sweet- heart Ball. Collegium M usicium left to right: Hugh Ewart, Larry Frost, Bill Wenker, Glen Horn, Glenda Cotton, Julie Stone, Robert Hirtzel, Howard Orcer, Arvo Kayiala, Charles Dietz, Ron Wil- liams, Kurt Burnt, Dorothy Dunn, Phil Blankship, Danny Backman, Virginia Ellis, Fred Cone, Gerry McGinnis, Marie Jali, Mr. Robert Underwood, Director. ssociated Music Gleemen First row, left to right, John Roberts, Ken Waldroff, Robert Goodwin, .lim Clausnitzer, Joe Hauth. Second row, left to right: Bob Whitaker, Jerry Flannogan, Van Finley, Clarence Erwert, Bill Nelson, David Case. Third row, left to right, Jim Creegan, John Keefe, Lew Kelly, Bob Thalhofer, Warren Gifford, Dick May, Phillip Walden, Tom Lovcik. Gleemen supplied vocal harmony at assemblies and football games. Ensemble ,E 1 l l - flu? 5:5 L, J M 4 . .. I Front row, left to right, Jimalee Bayes, Jean Ebert, Nisbe ' Smith, Connie Roberti, Gerry McGinnis. Back row, left V to right, Elmer Romsey, Jack Peterson, Don Clark, Jack Woddington. The Ensemble got around, singing wherever there was an audience, from the Waverly Baby Home to the Notre Dame Alum breakfast. 82 Students Sfring Quarfef Violins, Virginia Ellis, Ron Williams: Cello, Dorothy Dunn, Viola, Phil Blankenship. No holiday for strings. The String Quartet was kept busy in the tea and crumpet league. Mixed Chorus Directed by C. Robert Zimmerman performed the difficult Bach Con- tata No. 4 in coniunction with the Collegium Musicum. During the year the improved chorus also did a two night stand at the Auditor- ium for the Scout Jamboree. -s N urse's Choral Rev. George Dum, Director. First row, left to right, Virginia Mueller, Mary Lou King, Dorothy Christen- sen, Dorothy Senko, Dolores Coute, Pat O'Connor. Second row, left to right, Carolyn Driscoll, .loan Dove, Betty Hoytetler, Jean Mclntyre, Aileen Campbell, Luetta Nielsen, Donna Walsh. Musicoed officers, first row, left to right: Gerry McGinnis, secrefaryp Joy Holm, treasurer. Second row, Marvel Hart, historian, Connie Roberti, president: Helen Randolph, vice-president. Sittnig: Dorothy Dunn, Gerry McGinnis, Donna Powers, Gloria Marinacci, Mrs. A. Underwood, advisory Arletta Wendel, Connie Roberti, Amy Nabut, Doris Reis. Standing: Joyce King, Pat Preble, Joyce Hoyt, Rose- mary Cooke, Mildred Scott, Jean Ebert, Jane Hughes, Nisbe Smith, Helen Ran- dolph, Ethel Aunne, Lois Randolph, Carolyn Stall, Vir- ginia Kemp, Janet Schille, Lorene Jarvis, Lucille Gra- bavac, Joy Holm, Virginia Ellis, Marvel Hart, Marie Jali. M usicoeds Completing their second successful year on campus, the Musicoeds, Port- land's sole woman's organization, now boasts a membership of 45 music majors. Musicoed activities during the past year included semi-monthly music appre- ciation meetings, ushering at University Cultural Series, participation in various campus musical programs, and a number of club socials. Foremost on the coed social calendar was the first lVlother's Tea. I '35 Fabian Carnagelo, president, Mr. Phillipe DeLaMare, advisory Bob Whitaker, vice-president. Seated at the Piano, Ernest Basabe. First row, left to right: Fabian Carangelo, John Chance, Bill Wenkler, Phil Blankenship, Ken Wald- roff, Jock Peterson. Second raw: Neil Steering, John Seltman, Ron Williams, Bob Whitaker, Mr. DeLaMare. Pi Phi Mu Devotees of chord and clef in Portland's School of Music organized Pi Phi lVIu, music honorary with a twofold object. The newly founded group plans to present programs in Portland Public Schools in order to give ex- perience to music students, and to further in- terest in the School of Music. Social highlight of the year for Pi Phi Mu was the tenth annual Musicians Ball staged in February at the College of Nursing Audi- torium. it Y' :.::,, V X B - E X, I .QE W 1 gm ' v K T 3 Q Q 1. 3 A f 5 5 .Him Ql., , 2 Y s 1 E Jf 1 awi : ' 5 . A- t 5 'K X 0 A w w , Q L " wg, , ... Z., M xi. , Y K :.:. ff . gi: ,W -, , '-' 'F' ..asasass -1 I 2 'fm ' .Hs A Cast members huddle up. left to right: Pete Van Hoomissen, Dick Pizzo, Rose- mary Cooke, Jerry Domier, Connie Roberti, Gene Ker- stiens, Dennis Cassidy, AI Cereghino, and Larry John- son. Chartered at Portland in 1948 was Kappa Kappa Cast chapter of Alpha Psi Omega, national drama honorary, with the pur- pose of developing dramatic talent. On March ll, l95O, Kappa Kappa Cast pre- sented the premier Experimental Theater production of "The Chair" by Bob Orth. After the play, an invited audience offered helpful criticism. Dick Fair heads the Theatre group. Faculty advisor is Mr. Wil- liam Stites. DMN- J. President Don Barta inspects insects. Beta Beta Beta Organized to promote discussion con- cerning biological problems and research, Portland's chapter of Beta Beta Beta re- cently climaxed a successful year with their formal initiation of nearly twenty new members to augment twenty-five regulars. The tri-Beta honorary has an exclusive membership of biology majors and students at the College of Nursing who have topped a three point average, and that is exclusive. The group is the chief sponsor of the Biology department Open House every Spring. Meetings are held once a .month on a forum basis to spread knowledge of new investigations. Formaldahide for the house! Standing, left to right: Robert Jensen, Otto Au, Fr. Molter, James Gruenfelder, Richard Sowell, Don Tardiff, Bob Smalley, James Powers, Don Barra, Hugo Raglioni, Dr. Horton. Seated, Mr. Cahill, Bob Burke, Lee Douglas, Tom Witty, William Reischman, Persis Wick, Marilyn Saxton, Rose Marie Sfurza, Dorothy Vossin, Pot Shea. WB... S 'i , 1 2 "" 4 . , - 4 -5? .- . ..- 4, ,r m i f 3 tif 'fly iv- v y - - 7 M "l::" z ' il eil Q I Ll v ' E 7 i z . Back row, left to right: Murray Randelman, Jack Johnson, Tom Bissonette, Bill Waters, Bob Andrich, Jim Creegan, Frank Anderson Jock Jolley. Standing: Brother Godfrey, .lack Schaller, Jerry Crone, .lay Gionetti, Don Waters, Earl Wisecarevr, Bill Webber, George Hoomissen. Seated: Carl Sandberg, Dean Abbott, Jerry Aanes, Pete Van Hoomissen, Ralph Greener, Wayne Von Dyke, Bob Grossman William Ely, Joe Sheorman. I nfercoll eglafe K nights Chivalry in the form of service at school functions returned to Port- land this year in the person of lads with purple-visored white sweaters. The reactivated Portland Chapter of Intercollegiate Knights helped main- tain order and alleviate crowded campus conditions - meaning they were the boys who passed out the parking tickets. Affiliated with the national group, the Intercollegiate Knights acted as traffic directors, ushers, ticket-takers, and general utility men both on and off campus. IK Officers: Chris Mestrich, C. V. Dreisbach, Brother Godfrey, advisor, Al Vuylsteke, Tom Gennette. 89 All Caflzolzzr florzorv l946 47 48 49 flumzafed Collegfafc1Vefwsjmpe1'If0n0rs IQ4-6-'41 '48 '49 Melone: Who wrote this 3215 1:1 is . - x mx, .,x:sx::1!n1' -:n:1:I::2ll ,...-.,.,,: BTJTXDXBUIU 1: ,A sq 7 1 n -u2xl::Ssxu11a x'1l25,s'-1:11:14 . .,,,1M . W J.. . .sn - Lilflfliill R I 1 A l 1 n BEACON Carl F. Freilinger Afwara' of Me1'if Rudy J. Melone, 1950 Thomas V. Carter, 1950 Advisor Russ Hays gathers the Editorial Board: Kleft to rightl Pete Ford, cortoonistp Rudy Melone, Bob Remington, Hays, Jeff Yohn, and Tom Carter. i , I 1. into 72 Making a habit of collecting journalism awards, Tlze BEACON, campus weekly, took its duties as the voice of the student body seriously, with unbiased editorials and factual surveys giving the paper a one- two punch that was often a decisive factor in problems ranging from the price of coffee to the new constitu- tion. When the survey light was turned inward, The Beacon found that its sparkling sports page was the favorite reading matter of the students. Vlednesday morning letdown. News Editor Ed Springer, Circulation Manager Don Cummings, and Advertising Manager Dove Anderton. 91 Associate Editor Dennis Moran: Can't seem to find the right cut. Sports Editor Ferd Borsch: Stand back boy, you bother me! I l l Editor Don Newman in his usual spot-going around ln circles. Th Log Volume Sixteen of the Log, Univer- sity of Portland annual, clanked and clunked its way to distribution date, car- rying with it not a few headaches for the staff, the engravers and the printers. But in doing so, it incorporated several improvements and refinements. Com- pletely new and larger type faces add much to readability and appearance. Color is used even more extensively than last year, with almost half the book printed in two colors. Sports Editor Pete Ford and Copywriter Tin Welch get their heads together, obviously hard at work. 92 of 1950 Even the end sheets and division pages blossomed forth in color, the di- vision pages carrying a table of cou- tents for each section. Believing that the book has mostly a pictorial interest, the staff has kept copy to a minimum consistent with adequate coverage. And in an effort to make the Log a more complete record for the students, more information on each student in the class and graduate sections is included. Chief Photographer Henry Des Georges leans wearily on the en larger. Assistant Joe Perelle man ages a smile. 'Vi 1 ove, the Log's roving reporter at the Faculty Advisor Joe Merkle 'Flashes the of Nursing, manages to get away only smile seen on his face all the time the telephone for a moment. the log was in production Co-editors Rudy Melone and Dick Pizzo direct art director Pete Ford in Pilot makeup efforts. Preface Sporting a new cover design by student artist Nate Vincent, the Preface quarterly harvested and published the best of campus lit- erary efforts. Poems, short stories, essays, criticisms and other articles were included in the pages of the magazine. For the spring issue the Preface sponsored a short story contest offering awards of fifteen and ten dollars to student authors. The Prefact is edited by Frank Fisher and is under the joint ad- visorship of Rev. John Scheberle, C.S.C., and Rev. Maurice Rigley, C.S.C. For the second time incoming Freshmen and transfer students were greeted this year by a com- plete guide book telling them what to look for and expect during their stay at the University of Portland. The 1949 edition Was nearly dou- bled in size over previous issues and included the disciplinary reg- uliaton of the school as Well as so- cial and scholastic information. Rudy Melone and Dick Pizzo edited the i949 booklet. Pilof The Literary Guild: Frank Fischer, Rev. John Scherberle ond Rev. M. S. Rigley, odvsiors, John Rossiter. . ,.,!,,. -.l M.,,,.W. ,,., .,. W., : a . if f, fw'.f-f--A www- vu.. . gli are , , ,, ,1, 3 .isle . 94 The Biolog, published jointly by the department of Biology and the Biologists' club, was issued twice this year and contained a re- sume ofthe biological research and thought carried on at the Univers- ity of Portland. The magazine was circulated to biology and other scientific departments of uni- versities throughout the nation. Much of the writing in the publi- cation shows original research. Rev. John A. Molter, C.S.C., ad- vised the editor. Biolog Articulate engineers. Left to right: Bob Vetterlein, Harry Bcnfield, Mr. James Othus, advisor, Bob Hamreus, editor, Steve Slenning, John Watt, Arnold Gurlick. 'Mlm ,,l. Spreuders of the latest scientific wordp Marcelline Mitchell, Editor Bob Burke, Don 0 Porflclnd Engineer Results of a poll taken last fall by the Engineers club among the students in that department were instrumental in changing the tradi- tional name of the engineering publication from the Quadrant to the Portland Engineer. Contain- ing brief sketches on technical top- ics, the Engineer was circulated during the Industries Exposition. Next year Editor Bob Hamreus expects to publish three editions of the magazine. Mr. James Othus directs the project. Editor Dove Anderton practices his best iob-Hunting grin. Sfudenf Directory One of the aims of student 'govern- ments for the last four years, a com- plete directory including names, ad- dresses and phone numbers of every- one on campus, was realized this fall with the publication of such a book- let. Compiled by Jim Creegan and also listed 'College of Nursing and Carelton Beers the new directory also listed College of Nursing and Marylhurst students as Well as fac- ulty and administrative officers. The fifty-page pamphlet sold for twenty- five cents. . Probably one of the greatest job- hunting aids for graduates of the Col- lege of Business Administration, the 1950 Business Ad Brochure, was sent to personnel executives all over the Pacific Coast. Seniors were pictured and a short biographical sketch was included. The type of employment each prospect was seeking was also listed. Editor and compiler of the current issue of the Brochure is Dave Anderton. Business Ao' Brochure You know who did the work on this project. Assistant Editor Carl Beers with th typewriter, Editor Jim Creegan with the leer. fir PortIand's Prize Pa sser For three years Danny Chris. has called signals and fired passes as "T" quarterback on Pilot foot- ball teams, and has found time to do a little signal calling on the campus as well. He was treasurer of his class, a member of the Spanish and Busi- ness Ad clubs. Last year he was chosen for Alpha Kappa Tau service honorary, and is now President of the group. All touchdowns arenlt made on the gridiron. 2 " or 1-rf' NU l, x ww 'lux - ' F: ii La ila V 5,2 ci Danny Chrisfianson People You Know . . . i i 0 ' , a aaaa U gi' i n d I n g He hm 3 n l ff-' EEEEEEE Mr. Roque Qhe's 273 is this year's outstanding frosh. He was in the ski troopsg has been a ski iii iilililiigiig zzzzuzzzuz instructor at Timberline Lodgeg met his wife on a iii' II Z Vi i pair of skisg has a son who will probably bc able i ' to make it down the mountain before he can make ffflil i fg if V l it through the alphabet. Nap coaches the cham- iiil i i 1-.ffl ilii A i'ilfl'lltl'liii" ' Pionship Pilot ski team, and this Year came down 2 e from the mountains and enrolled at Portland to i find out what the rest of the World was doing. Nap has proven himself to be one of the top pro- ml , fessional skiers in the country. Great are the teachers who want to learn! Nap Roque A Couple of G ys... Charm, a broad smile, crew cut and set of drums are Al's trademarks about the campus. Amiable Alan set up the U. of P. as his home after being just a "doggie" in Sam's Army. He is finishing his collegiate career as a sergeant-major-of the band. 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A leader Who Works. l l ll 1111: ' f' Queen Velma I On Campus Day, Velma was chosen Portland's Queen, but long before that Darrell Smith dis- covered the regal qualities of the lady and made her Mrs. Smith. Petite, with lush red hair and deep brown eyes, her blithe charm makes Dar- rell one ofthe most envied guys around the campus. According to Mr. Smith, her cooking, ironing and sewing are par excellent. Velma's selection was a salute to wives of G. I. Portland students who certainly have worked their way through college. Indeed a queen. Mrs. Darrell Smifh aj my ' 1 A lx - sm. 4 XT ,1- lge 1" '7 ff" Lf" if WN ll -J- .........a..., 14-Ea , ,Y-::5.Li-VLQL-4 J: .' 1 Sa-, A, .1 -k W , ' - V f - .f V eff s I e pm f at , -4 4 lu-H' V ""w- 7 - ll fir. .. " '33 f Fa mf-Vs M -M 14.7-, lv -is-,'NAr,'. .f4. .Ll . 5 5:13 ggi E George found h1s way to PllOf ground after one G " n' , e ,A 111 - - V , ." semester at O. S. C. Ever smce, the Upersonalltyn 'iiiilaf f W has been known for his exuberant school spirit, --4-'1' 's yygaggg , ,Q f1t was Warm for a racoon coat at the Nevada A-' fe mfr- ..w G 2ra2a.'e- -'-W - - - - - W V,r,g:,'- qw-.f 7 E gamel. W1th a Splflt of optlmlsm that would '." "" -1-g..-.ggf-P -, 1 ,,A, 1 ,giiggi . . "'?"f' make Harry Wr1ght shudder, George has cha1r- ' 'i w r '.".' -' .f-A."-'Ns ' - - - 51, ,gf l we r manned plcnlcs, dances and soclals equal to any :iT Qlg""'f3i'.l E W done on the campus. 4 5' Besrdes be1ng chalrman of anythlng that passed 4, 3- 5'-4-:ilu lkkfkyb. :fl , I vi i . h B . my A 5,4 -My . h1S Way, he has been secretary of t e arrlsters, r -1,2-"2 'i V - 5 ap .-7 . . . 1 mfs ff 'H F 3,,,' ,.? and IS now Presldent of the Junlor Class. All 'gl hp, , X ' , D 'aff' A or 9- fa Follow George to fmd "Joy" -- 'f "T-5 l mf iffilli' ' " g 'fls H J .gg3,:.51.:l'? .. ig, Q, V e . rv .fi H l rm.-3' 'Q xii G G rl G George Van H oomissen 103 "Deadline" Borsch, class of '51, is H. L. Greg- ory's part time right hand man at the Oregonian, but, while he is on campus he issues the orders from his post as the BEHCOHJS sports editor. Ferd's ability has turned the Beacon sport page into the most Widely read section of that Widely read sheet. Behind his monsterous pipe and specks, lurks the mind of a cliche expert Who will, literally, make the headlines in sports. The college man who has already succeeded. Ferd Borsch ' 'l i ar g ! ss 53 y -ii , 1 ' R 3 ' .+. QM e " yr , ly a I X L W SS. If x i '92 . gi 3 V+ v, l . .. Y, , , ' . - Pri' Spanish Club No, No. The right foot. Club officers congregate. Left to right: Helen Randolph, secretary, Bob La Du, president: James Keys, advisor, Mike McMullen, vice- presidentf Lois Randolph, treasurer. To foster interest in the peoples of Spanish-speaking countries, to renew appreciation of old-world Hispanic cul- ture - is the prime objective of the pro- gram of monthly meetings features talks by government representatives of Latin- American nations and Spanish movies. Under President Bob La Du, a success- ful trip to Mt. Hood was staged in March. Climaxing the year's schedule, members gathered for a beach party in May. Dr. James Keys, Spanish instruc- tor and frequent traveler in Spain, is advisor to the club. laughing Iinquists. Left to right: Standing, Ernest Ba- sabe, John Roberts, Earl Carroll, Bob Clohessy, Dr. Keys, John Capiello, Mike Macias, Bob La Du. Seatedg Helen Randolph, Lois Ran- dolph, Mary Jo Greenen. Business Ao' Club The Business Ad picnic has c little of everything, including ruffles. The Admen took top honors among school activity groups with an outstand- ing program of talks and panel discus- sions by prominent Portland businessmen. The Club reached an all time attenclence record at its regular monthly meetings in Education Hall. Published for the third successive year, the Ad Club's original brochure, edited by Dave Anderson and featuring pictures, qualifications, and employment interests of graduating B. A. members, was distributed to some 800 personnel managers. Social events sponsored by the Ad.men during the year included a record dance under the chairmanship of Pete Van Hoomissen, December Znd, the periennal- ly popular dinner dance, held at the Spotlite Club November 22nd, and the annual B. A. Spring picnic. 'IO6 Greater Portland Industries Exposition The Weyerhaeuser Timber exhibit stressed the con- tribution of the company to the area. Executive Secretary Bob Hulme relaxes . . . but lust for a moment. 107 The Greater Portland Industries Exposition, a project de- signed for the display of the economic contributions of manu- facturers to the Portland area, Was sponsored by the University of Portland, with the cooperation of the Oregon Advertising Club and the Portland Chamber of Commerce, and was staged on campus May Z-7. Approximately 50 concerns fielded displays in the Exposition. Booths were erected in Howard and Educa- tion Halls, While athletic fields were turned over to larger exhibits With the basic theme "the better We produce, the better We live,'l the Exposition inital planning germinated Within the University's Business College, the school set up a special depart- ment, utilizing student assistance in promoting and planning the affair. Committee heads gather long enough for a picture. CLeft to rightl standing: Pete Van Hoomissen, Ralph Greener, Paul Le Brun, Bob Reverman, Dick Collins, Bud Emory, Don Wilson. Seated: l.ou Merrick, Bob Johnson, John O'Leary, Executive Secretary Bob Hulme, Prof. Charles Savage of the Steering Committee, John Hock- statter oncl Dick Keep. ,r And thats probably true Room 9 St Joe s Hall filled with campus hot rods needs traffic signals to regulate callers Cramming for an exam in P. E, 308 CTechnique and Coaching of FootbaII.l When good men get together. Pinochle has re placed football as Portland's No. 1 sport I -1' WW? 5525? ,, ampus Most spirited body of students at Portland are the Cliffdwellers, boarders who comprise the Campus Club membership. This brigade, gathered from all points of the compass, representing fifteen foreign nations and thirty-three states, occu- pies Christie and St. joseph's Halls. The boarders are the backbone of f - , Egg ii 'E . fi:-?.3' - Their pursuit of knowledge is ably assisted in the vitamin department by chef Jim Sutcliffe at Campus Commons, focal point for all boarders' digestive activity. In the Commons also are held the movies, meetings, and skit programs of the Campus Club. PresidentRayHolmes 108 Club student-body support at games, dances, convos, and sundry Univer- sity functions. Cliffdwellers domi- nate intramural football, basketball, and softball leagues as well as varsity sports. Cliffdwellers' names are found on the roster of every campus organization and club. does a capable job of blending his heterogeneous crew into a smooth- functioning outfit which adds color to all campus affairs. The annual B1uffmen's Dance is a tribute to the social prowess of the boys from Christie and St. joe. 'IO9 Peculmrly enough some people do study what dad Malthus say about population? 'I2 30 rush Boarders congregate in the Com mons for meals Hardly ever a cut at these sessions and so I said to hum How about cu little extra time for that assignment you see Boarder bull sessions run far into the night Just fry to get a word in edgewise here. Left to right, standing: George Van Hoomissen, larry Johnson, John Kuchler, Walt Stickel. Seated: Tom Cooney, Louis Stongel, Rev. Robert Beh, advisor, Bill Gardner, John Daly, Owen Card. Engineers Speakers Bureau , Meetings like this were the starting point for big Engineer doings like the barn dance . . . Sponsors of the colorful Engineers Barn Dance and other social events, the Engi- neers club now has one of the largest memberships of the twenty-odd campus clubs. On the technical side the club publishes a quarterly publica- tion and holds monthly rneet- ings Where prominent engi- neers and scientists are fea- tured speakers. Composed of volunteers interested in developing vocal dexterity, the Speakers Bureau has supplied speakers for meetings of a large number of Portland organizations. Presenting panels, discussions and debates on topical subjects, the group has aided in the publicization of the University. . . . they were also part of the educational program that has established an enviable record for the new Engineering School Now voyageurs. Left to right: Paul Metzger, Joan Metzger, Dr. James Keys advisor, John Daly, Phil -qv Hohnstein, John Nannini, Bob Ko- carmk Joseph Berio. 1 Pj F M Travel Club Fufure Teachers Students interested in study abroad, day- dreaming builders of castles in Spain, and those interested in travel for business, band- ed their mutual interest in the Travel club. Purpose of the club is to disseminate infor- mation on the most efficient and economical student travel, is cosmopolitan Dr. James Keys lending an air of authority as advisor. Little children's impressionable minds will be in their tender care. First row, left to right: Charles Hughes, Marie Juli, Thomas Vickers, Paul Killorin, William McCoy. Second row, Connie Roberti, John Cappiello, Mr. Cornelius Cremer, advisor, Mauro Potestio, Dave Wilson, Tom Monaghan, Bernard Farrell, Irving Strachan, Fred Gomes. Prominent pedagogues. Bernard Farrell, vice- presidentp Mauro Potestio, president: Connie Roberti, secretary. Formulation of the Future Teachers of America on cam- pus last fall struck a respon- sive chord among Education majors who swelled the chap- ter roster to 50 members. To further the club policy of acquainting its members with teachers' problems, the F. T. A. presented a series of in- formative lecture meetings aimed at vocational guidance. . . . and they'll all run for a third term. left to right, first row: Robert B. Hampton, AI Karchem, Irving D. Strachan, louis F. Stangel, James W. Ryan, William Mc- Coy Jr. Second row, left to right: Rudolph J. Misten, Herbert C. Hall, Don Hune, Nicholas Vos, Don Vreelund, Grant Rogan, David Rennie, Mathew Kraus. Third row, Bob Williams, Neil Moore, Jerry Anderson, Bill Rada- kovich, Paul Killorin, Ted Belecz, larry Arthur, Thomas R. Vickers. Young Demo's Young G.O.P. . . . teaching an old elephant new tricks. Standing, left to right: Harv Osborn, Tom McGuirk, Howard De- Pew, Dick McCabe, Dick Anderton, Tom Collins, Dick Collins, Tom Miller, chairman: Ed Perkins, Carl Beers, Lew O'Donnell. First row: Bob Hernandon, Jim Cree- gan, Tin Welch, Pete Gerber. Both political groups, the Young Democrats and the Young Republicans, organized chapters on Port- 1and's campus this year, and were given formal recog- nition. Both Demo's and the G.O.P. are preparing for an earlier and more completely organized agenda in fifty-one, but managed to do a little tub beating this year for the primary election in May. 112 N I ,I N r i v I 4 I A . U , w w 1 N W A N , , 1 , . W M W ,, x w , LM' f 'X 1- H- .,.. 15,-T' 1 419' .rr-'ff if 4 7 -4 - ' " I ' : f ""c' L ' 1.-r..--.Wi . - ' IL- ' , Q, s.,?- a'1'A -L,- 'W K. , 4.?i!,. ? 1 uf . "nf-41. ff .f -'lf-sg . Y ' W3 . , ,?.I:,,7 ff. A ' 1 . 1: . . 'ip' Z. 1 L 5 .G ' Including. . . Foolball Basketball i Skiing Baseball Minor Sporls lnlramurals FOOTBALL Locker room blues. John O'Donnell, rugged Portland center, hangs up his uniform for the last time. em 31 Universify of Porfland Office of the President February ll, l95O OFFI CIAL STATEM ENT The University of Portland announces the sus- pension of intercollegiate football from its athletic program. This decision was reached after a long and exhaustive study of the football situation at the University and in this locality. We hoped - that intercollegiate football could be retained, i but the case against it was so overhelming that . a negative decision was the only possibility. ' i """' .... .......,... , . . . It is not necessary to detail the finding of the President's Council. lt is sufficient to say that extraordinary expenses involved in the development and expansion program of the University have left us lacking in sufficient funds to finance first-class football without T seriously curtailing other programs. There is also the fact that lack of stadium facilities has , made it extremely difficult to arrange games with high calibre teams on their open dates. . I The Administration feels that the available a resources could be used to better advantage in developing all departments of the Univer- sity. During the past three years new depart- ' ments have been added and established ones 3 enlarged. Among the new departments are 7 the four-year school of engineering with its E. i new half million dollar building, the school of music, the department of psychology. art . and physical education, plus the graduate Q school and teacher training program. be Q In suspending football at the present time, T T it is not the University's intention to close the door forever on the sport. It is possible that a change in the football picture in the future will allow us to resume the game. Meanwhile, the University plans to continue its intercollegiate program in other sports: basket- ball, baseball, track, skiing, tennis, golf and swim- ming. Basketball will be the No. l sport, and every effort will be made to provide a team capable of competing with the best. The University is most appreciative of the work done by former coaches and especially Coach Harry VVright and the members of his staff, who have done an excellent job despite difficult odds. To its two thousand students and its thousands of alumni and friends the Administration expresses honest and sincere regret. We believe that good football is an asset to the community. We wish that we could afford it. REV. T. J. MEHLING, C.S.C. Presidevzt. 113 In fhe face of one of the toughest schedules the Pilofs hav kept the team in fop shape ..... on ana' off the fiel Co-Captains Danny Christianson and Ray Utz plot a little pre-game strategy. Or were they looking for 'Four leaf clovers? Danny, a three Ietterman from New Jer- sey, sparked the Pilots from his quarter- back positionp while burly Ray, a home- town boy with three stripes on his letter- man sweater, held down the right end spot, both on offense and defense, and handled Pilot kicking chores. Head Coach Harry Wright flashes a preseason grin. Coming to Portland with an enviable high school coaching record, Wright gave Pilot fans ci rapid-fire, hustling ball club. P Iilf lllllf llmll ci ff ll J f 1 st . I -Ig M5 M ,,,,,,, .,, .tl h E jig ...... XJ it l x-L l ll . Portland's Pilot football squad closed out its eight game schedule with a convincing 35-20 triumph over the Lewis and Clark Pioneers. It was quite a year. Harry Wright, former Notre Dame star and coach of the high-flying Aquinas prep team of Rochester, led his squad to three victories against five setbacks, a notch above last year's record. But the scores are only part of the story. To top things off, Portland dropped in- tercollegiate football. The reason? About the same as other schools which abandoned the sport. . . schedule difficulties . . . overburdened finances. So in one season Portland found itself with a top notch coaching staffg with the Coast's leading scorer in John Freeman, who garnered 96 pointsg and with the un- pleasant necessity of giving up the game. Latest turn: loyal alums Will attempt to provide the Wherewithal to make a re- turn to the gridiron possible on a smaller scale. lt was quite a year. 'I14 een called on to face, these men heyprovidedspark ancllcnowhow. VVhcn Harry WVright moved into the office of head coach and Athletic Director, he brought Neil Green, his line coach at Aquinas Institute with him. The two formed a team tough to beat. Green was center for Notre Dame in his college days, and produced a Portland forward wall that held its own against some of the most rugged on the coast. With backheld Coach Floyd Simmons added to this team, Portland has a combination as good as any in the Northwest. Simmons, a Portland boy and Notre Dame star, handled Portland scout- ing and drilled "T" formation know-how into Pilot backs. The results gave Portland a high scoring, free running attack. Together with Wright, Green and Simmons fielded a team that was in top physical condition, as opposing elevens soon discovered. The three caught the fancy of the student body, who attended not only the games, but provided an audience for practice sessions as well. Pat O'DonneIl, head manager, puts away the laundry. Pat, a iunior, moved all new football gear into the refinished athletic plant, and although he had to compete with bricklayers, he managed to keep the Pilots looking spic and span - up to the starting whistle, anyway. All smiles. Line Coach Neil Green, Assistant Frosh Coach Bud Williams, Head Coach Harry Wright, Frosh Coach Joe Tedschi, Backfield Coach Floyd Simmons 'l'l5 Cenfral Washingfon 0, Porfland 32 Harry Wright started his collegiate coaching career with a handy 32-O win over Central VVashington College of Education at Vaughn street park. The potent Pilots could do no wrong as they demonstrated the best bit of ball playing seen in the old park since the Portland Beavers won a pennant in 1945. The Cliffdwellers racked up eleven first downs to Central's two, and gained two hundred seventy five yards to the Teachers' forty six. Al- though play was ragged, in first game fashion, the Pilots clicked regularly enough to allow Hatcher, Peterson, Freeman, and Grieg to amble across the goal line. Joe Marshello had himself an afternoon as he split the up- rights for four conversions. Bowen shows how to go around left end the right way. With this kind of blocking, all the Ellensburg boys could do was make faces. 'I16 6ni 'r rf t - 5? N33 145. Cleft to rightl Top row: Dole Gier, Paul George, quarterbacks: lorry Wissbaum, John Freeman, Jack Grieg, halfbacksp Norm Sansregret, fullack. Second row: Bill Hatcher, Fred Bowen, Jim Connors, fullocksg Ed Bethum, Willie Kang, Bob Graham, hcilfbacks. Third row: George Druxmon, Roy Thompson, John O'Donnell, Jack Peterson, centers, Bill Sweeney, guard. Montana Sfafe College 0, Portland 40 The Pilots from Portland were right at home on the rain-swept gridiron at Bozeman, Montana. ln fact they were so much at home they proceded to score twice in the first six minutes of play against the hapless Bobcats from Montana State College. Outstanding for the Pilots was the ball carrying chore performed by John Freeman, Who crossed the MSC goal for three rallies, one of these on a forty-four yard off-tackle slant. Running mate Larry Wissbaum opened the second half, and the Bobcat line, With a fifty-five yard gallop that brought the Pilots another six points. The final Portland tally Was a result of a Chris- tianson to Wissbaum pass. Point kicker joe Marsh- ello made four out of six, one of these from the twenty-two yard stripe. Playing behind a near-im- pregnible line, Pilot backs rolled up three hundred and fifty-three yards. '71 rw 2 QU: ',,, T QPU A H, , V .4,,:.,,, f. W .,,, , , ., waging? T4 Riga: H. I- R . 4 1 , i. we .Qt , is . 5 , mf ' en if L I U11 W A , 2 , i There were cz few times things looked fineg like Freeman picking up twenty around right end . . . y . but mostly we ended up bumping our heads. Costello did. 119 We had the ball too John Freeman approaches ihe line of scrimmage VVhirling dervish Eddie Le- Baron and halfback Paul VVill- iams, who scored five times against the Pilots, led the powerful Col- lege of Pacific Tigers to a lopsided victory over the fighting Cliff- dwellers. Portland made a game of it all the way, despite the score, and over ten thousand fans wit- nessed a game that was character- ized by rugged line play and vic- ious blocking. The glittering Tigers totaled twenty one first downs against the Pilots' nine, and six hundred thirty five yards against one hun- dred sixty for the locals. john Freeman managed to salvage some football glory for the Portland team as he crossed the Bengals, goal line on three occasions. Port- landls twenty points were the most scored against the bowl-bound Ti- gers in any of their games. it ral' College of Pacific 75 , Porflcmd 20 fleft to Righfl Bill Kambich, Jake Manni, Manuel "Babe" Costello, Al Giugni, Earl Coombs, Carl Snyder, Ed Castagna, guards: Bill Carroll, Bill Smith, atckles. 'W Santa Clara Z6 Portland 13 fleft to Rightj John Cappiello, Maurice Williams, Bill lmel, Bud Hickman, tacklesf Jack Sonnhalter, Jim Sweeney, Joe Mar- shello, Joe Brock, Bill Connell, ends. f J., fx. .:.:: : V 5 H fly? .. 2 - if , we j X r ,ggsm f R58 a Portland had its moments during the C.O.P. game, but apparently this wasn't one of them. Len Casanova's Broncos were a long Way from the Orange Bowl for the first half of the Portland- Santa Clara game, as they trailed by a 7-6 score that did not fully in- dicate the Pilots' superiority in the first two stanzas of their clash with the highly-touted Californians. In the second half, however, Santa Clara began to roll and crashed over Portland's goal three times before the Pilots could rack up their final TD. Santa Clara left the field on the long end of a Z6-13 score and the displeasure of Bay sportswriters, who complimented the Portlanders fight against their favored opponents. Outstanding Pilot was john Freeman, Whose sixty .minutes of play featured long payoff runs, in- cluding an 80 yarder which was called back when "Chico', scuffed the sideline. iiiii, ITS. I' Q l Scenic view featuring the famed hills of Idaho, and Por'Ilancl's Norm Sunsregret C301 who stopped to view the scene on the Vandals' goal line, making up a touchdown In The process. Universify of Idaho 49, Porfland Z1 Portland gained sixteen first downs to the Idaho Vandals' six when the two teams met at Boise, yet found themselves on the short end of a 49-2l score. Rolling up 267 yards, the Pilots were impressive in midfield, but couldn't seem to hold on to the ball when they neared the Vandal goal, or when they were deep in their own territory. Pilot miscues gave Idaho a 28-0 margin by halftime, as Idaho backs crossed thePilot goal on breaks set up by Portland fumbles and blocked kicks. The second half was a different story as the Port- landers matched the Pacific Coast Conference representatives touchdown for touchdown. Outstanding performers for the Pilots were big Norm Sansregret who put on a display of tank- like power as he netted 74- yards in twelve plays from his fullback position, for an average of 6.17 yards per try, and John Freeman, who put on his usual topflight performance to gain l24 yards in 24 ball-carrying attempts. Joe Marshello, having as good a day as the ball carriers would allow, booted three conversions to give Portland its final three points. Larry Wissbcum is about to be derailed, judging from the ex- pression on Pepperdine end Bill Hickmcxns' face. Nobody seems very happy about this. It might have been easier on the Waves if they let Freeman go. Pepperdine 16 Porflcmcl' 13 The Pilots couldn't seem to navigate through the Waves at Los Angeles, and found themselves up- set victims to the tune of sixteen to thirteen. Out- playing their hosts on the ground, Portlandls aerial attack netted the Pilots only two completions in fifteen attempts. Pepperdine, however, took to the air to rack up one hundred and twenty-three yards and the game on seven complete passes. Two long runs by John Freeman gave the Pilots two coun- ters, even Freeman was no match for the passing attack of the underdog Waves. 123 ,am if W Z2 3 Q I7 gg iglnm' :.: e X. Y 1.25 4 .V ,, A FS- mf -1 3 Q55- if? ,. 9s TMLM Porfland 35 Lewis and Clark 20 The Pilots found themselves in a bad situation at the half of their final game, the first annual Firemen's Benefit clash with the Lewis and Clark Pioneers. Entering the contest with the Northwest Conference co-champs as heavy favorites, Portland found itself blanked twenty to nothing before the halftime whistle blew. Then Danny Christianson started to pass, and before it was over, he had completed sixteen out of twenty four aerials, good for 208 yards, and good enough to bury the Pioneers 35 to 20. Two of Chris- tiansonls passes were aimed at jack Sonnhalter who gathered them up in the end zone. The other three Pilot rallies were made by john Freeman, who was put into scoring position by the Christianson throwing arm. These three TD's gave john the honors as top scorer on the Pacific Coast. with fhree more fouchdowns O Y V kl And breaks into the clear. 'I25 Frosh Football The Babes Had a Spectacular Year .... Under the guidance of coach joe Tedeschi, the Pilot Freshman footballers wound up an outstand- ing season with five wins against only one loss. The Babes opened up their 1949 slate against a strong Fort Lewis team at Tacoma, October 1, and emerged victorious, 37-13. Fort Lewis had won its first three games of the season by lengthy margins, and was tabbed a 13 point favorite. The following weekend at Eugene the Pilot yearlings ran into a co.mbination of an off day and their toughest opponent, as they sustained their lone loss of the season to the Oregon Ducklings, Z7-6. The Oregon Frosh boasted their strongest team in years, including 33 members from the 1949 Shriners All-Star game. At Salem October 15, Tedeschi's charges re- corded victory number two by dumping the YVill- amette Reserves, 28-13. One week later the Port- land Babes blanked the Oregon State Rooks, 40-O, at Corvallis. The Rooks were coached by former Pilot mentor Hal Moe. The victory skein was stretched to three games when the Baby Pilots pounced on the Pacific Jayvees, Z4-O, at Portland November 5. Like the varsity, the Frosh closed out their 1949 season against a Lewis and Clark team. The Pioneer JV,s were blanked 12-O on the rain soaked Portland gridiron November ZZ. Assisting Tedeschi in coaching the Frosh were Bud Williams, ex-Pilot backfield star, and Frank Landry of Rochester, New York. 1 1 Cleft to Rightj FRIST ROW: Frank Murante, Walt Jacobi, Bob Sundberg, Mel Hazard, Joe Costagna, Pete Kline, Rocco Di Ponzio, Ned Cooley. SECOND ROW: Jim Hickman, manager ,Jim Barrett, Jack Owens, Bill Connolly, John Witz, John Della Villa, Charlie Castellano, Bill Grief. THIRD ROW: Joe Tecleschi, Coach, Bud Williams, Ass'1. Coach, Jerry Johnson, Moose Vander Weltering, Joe Retalliclz, Dick Aulenbacker, Doug Penner, Ecl Wilson, Bill Clofhier, Bob Irvin, Dean Penner, Frank Legan, Vince De Gasperi, Ed Altenhofen, Don Beebe, Arl Nowack, Jim Phillips ,Frank Landry, Ass'f. Coach. Frosh co-captains Art Nowak and Bill Grief go through the clover hunting routine for the pho- tographer. At any rate, the big plans brewed by The Frosh leaders paid dividends in a five won and one lost season. Nowak, who played center, and Grief who filled a halfback spot, did more than lay plans as they sparked the Babes through a highly successful season. wifh five wins fo fheir credif NP' Joe Tedeschi, who last year was trainer for the varsity, took his first dip into collegiate coaching and found the water wosn't bad. His slick Portland Babes turned on a display of well trained and disciplined power that would make many a varsity coach pause and reflect. 127 ,nw-A :x ,. ..'iILf,IH X , ,, 1 ww, Qjwif' f wuz L,-5 43' V- f av. t K rg :Mf- - sl. ,.,,, ww, , .H-:HL We CL a , x 515' .W ,sy ' 1 '31""' ,'LE'Zff Mil X1E:'y3u1 ., -L,--Lf., if c by 1: :Q ' :gm ZH smjl ' 15 xx 5 gf.. QM if wi! ' Sf 152' , Wiwf- 41, H.. M Lf,,..,. - 4 ,,A.'v.H,. cs ,. sf! if QQ S M222- 1, sw W- .gf I I :Is s I V., .QW .s g,,gg3K '25 ,S N AIB Champs Portland Opponent 67 Lewis SL Clark S2 50 Gonzaga 7l 66 Gonzaga 52 55 Montana 93 46 Montana 63 66 St. Mary's 55 8l VVillamette 64 WVillamette 58 Seattle 79 Seattle 91 Lewis SL Clark NAIB TOURNAMEN1 District Two 59 So. Ore. C. of E 79 VVillamette NAIB TOURNAMENT Nationals 48 lV1ontanaStateU 43 Central Washington 51 2076 1936 ln the first g series the Pilot reeords by tallyir points in the seco series record ln Qeftttle, uh indix idual scorin of I I 15 points. . . . no ace or cx Chieftain. 129 57 53 60 61 73 . 47 60 . 47 guard Leo Gros Foleen goes to work under the boards pl f ,--- - V W V- K. W 'Nav , if Y ,A Qu W K N! xv ' ' ui wks N Y 3 ff'-an W fSfandingJ Ray Foleen, forward, Dick Moore, guard, Don Turina, center, Hank Cwalinina, center, Pete Petros, guardp Bob Devich, forward: Jim Phillips, center, Bob Prentice, Manager. Ilineelingl Coach, Mush Torson, Fred "Hap" Lee, guard, Warren Brown, guard, Hal Holden, forward, Jackson Winters, center, Darb Wridge, guardg Leo Grosiacques, guard, .lim Winters, guard. James "Mush" Torson Nine returning lettermen, sparked by a sophomore transfer from California, and three freshmen presented coach Mush Torson with Port1and's most suc- cessful post-war basketball season. Since taking over the reins as casaba boss at Portland in 1946, Mush Torson has amas- sed a record of 72 Wins against SO losses- and has achieved this record in competi- tion With many of the outstanding basket- ball teams on the Pacific Coast. A pro- ponent of fast-hard-driving basketball, Torson mastered the fundamentals of the sport as a Beaver guard under 'fSlats" Gill at OSC. sf QE is ,. .S sw wax 'Q ig, kb ,, .3 . 3. 'ig P ,, YQ... .ME ,. . ..:5:.:::a: --"" M, ' fx Q ' ' - :ETL -"4-A fl X yi af , ' Q ig Q ' A W ,,,A 1 W Mg ,. ........ x . QQ 3, !-I -A .... Q EW f Q ,, Wm ' A N A. ..., WJ 4 .. 4 . gmkm, V gkfcvw I Y ' f ,. 'Q I 1 MQL LW n , .Qfd ff ,, 4, , is ! Elf ,. M ,Www ml T, xi 'Xi f wgi E L : K XJ ,J ex 1- . A' " . U' Q S, Sr'-W fa Y Q A, 4' R2 if 1 I S 1 5 1 . 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Ed Hummel lays in his umptey-umpth point for the night. Hamas f9l'PONliN'l'S 69 Lincoln High 24 6-l Central High 36 71 Linfield Frosh 45 8-l Western States 42 57 Redmond High l7 61 Linfield Frosh 51 -ll Benson High 28 50 Central High -il 70 Western States 30 64 Mt. Angel 39 63 Naval Reserve 26 4-5 lVIultnomal1 Athletic Club 44- 73 Lewis SL Clark Frosh 49 63 lVIultnomah Athletic Club 4-if -ll Mt. Angel 33 72 Trout-Eme rick 31 76 Willzimette Frosh 37 46 Oregon Frosh 57 82 Willainette Frosh 33 80 Naval Reserve 38 68 Lewis 85 Clark Frosh 51 137 Frosh Basketball The junior cliffdwellers recorded the best record of any frosh casaba squad in the schoolls history by racking up twenty victor- ies against one defeat. The Babes had won 17 straight games be- fore they dropped one to the powerful Oregon frosh. Awsome statistics: the Babes averaged 67 points per game in Zl encount- ers, while holding luckless opponents to a mere 39.9 points per contest. Largest .marin of victory was the 82-33 rout of the Will- amette Bearkittens. A highlight of the season was the twin thumpings handed to the potent Central Catholic Rams, state prep power. Focfwork under the basket. 1 W , Eighteen year old Eddie Hummel from Billings, Montana, lead the scorers on the Freshman squad with 356 points for the season, or 19.8 per try, establishing a new Frosh record. In the Will- amette game alone, he dropped in 38 big points. Late in the year he was promoted to the varsity, where he looked equally impress- ive against the big boys. Ken Strode, forward from Los Angeles, also came through in a big way with 265 points for eighteen games, for a 14.7 average. Tap pointmaker Ed Hummel gets close to his work, while runner-up Ken Slrocle checks the finer points. The amazing Frosh. Left to right Cstandingl Tom Naylor, Frank Le- gan, Don Mayfield, Jerry Johnson, Jack Owensg Ckneelingl .lack Suing, .luck Keane, Ed Hummel, Ken Strode, Tom Berry. Frosh coach Auggie Pellino. He's really not unhappy at all. Affectionately known as 'fAuggie" by his charges, Portland's Mr. August Pellino produced a Frosh squad the likes of which has never been seen before on the Cliff. Pellino, a three-year All- American at Niagara University in his collegiate hoop career, stressed fundamentals rather than plays, and his strategy paid off in a team that did not look exceptionally smooth on the floor, but which massacred almost every team it encountered. The young- sters, under Pellino's guidance developed an almost unbelievable scoring punch. 133 inn? ' "' if "' Q. U , Q? W , ' , K3 ,H :T - ,,Qgg zlf5iQ " D-w f zzz ,ig ,Q NPV , ,E : W' A I W rg yn 34 W Musa A, ,, - -Aflg,3"':Qy M W A --f . , - ,L-S 'PQ U :,, N -gf. L 1 i?" 9- ffifffi V if , ., vi ' V+ M W V b V? bvuu lvzb in C'-3 f"'v'.',j'.- ' V w,,,.r+,,-,gg ' T'1 HQ, A' '1 , , V syn- . ', ' V' .:vf+y.m.',': PM-.-I JJ' .l. "t vu If 4'-. , lb , .. r. ,gf . 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Outstanding individual performances were racked up by Coach Nap Rocque who scored third in the Class A events in both the Lund Trophy and Portland Trail Day Races. His feat Was duplicated by Ken Underdahl in Class B. Top dog in the U. of P. lineup Was Dick Ervin who placed second in the P.N.S.A., and first in the slalom at the Vanderbilt Cup meet. He tied for first in the slalom at the Nevada Winter Carnival. In the Vanderbilt, Bill Conway picked up a fifth against the World's best in the crosscountry. E. P. Goodrich placed third in the P.N.S.A. While Niel Mathison nailed down first in the Class C jump. TEAM RESULTS First Place-Pacific Northwest Ski Association Meet, Southern Division. Second Place-University of Nevada Winter Carnival Ski lVIeet. Third Place - Warreri Vanderbilt Cup Meet. Bill Arenz kicks up a cloud of snow rounding a turn. 141 Six Weeks after the close of cross country, Coach George Philbrook is- sued his annual call for the regulars in the spring sport. A meeting was held, noses counted, and plans prepared for the 1950 season. Thirty-five prospects Hsweated out" the rainy season With Coach Philbrook, running in anything that was not a torrential downpour to loosen those limbs. They also manned hoes and rakes to get the track in shape. Bob cruises out in front of the pack in the 220 just as easily. .W m fa -A sga,:?."" ' . sz.. :Q .M , . ff 1 - 'V M- ---- -.-.-.-.-.- .. -1-. E Y 'S in E , 5. If ' 1 Us nl.. -'pgs L , gg , as S a E R E W ,W " Hg. JR .I , , , 5 M 'll , . Q., . I V -"::sf3..,. 555.3 I N 'sts iz. :J :':':': 2' as Q -1. 42 f'57fW 'fi I 1 1' ' i W a . if .. - "axles" This heave speared a first place for Norm Morrison against OCE. Get set- bang! Charlie Bowles runs the long distant runners and gives Coach Philbrook a hand with the track team .... this, in addition to duties in the science department. 142 . ,,,-- .- .Kazaa l t ,f 1 1 ,, W L yswatgtzggs-51-,W . X, , m , i -rg 4' We won't even mention flying saucers. Wayne Mathews let's fly o flying - uh - with the discus, Track Unknown to many fans, the Pilot track season has its start early in Sep- tember When Coach Charlie Bowles Was greeted by ten cross country hope- fuls. In a practice run, the locals defeated an outclassed Lincoln high. The Pilots emerged victorious in meets with high- ly touted Lewis and Clark, Pacific, and Vanport. And in the Second Annual College and University Cross Country run at Portland the Pilots placed sec- ond, losing to potent OSC. ' Bob Herndon in his usual spot, breaking the tape in the 100 -iq - . Former track great George Phil- brook continues his winning ways as coach of the Portland thinclads, turning rather raw material into a smooth working outfit. Veterans Bob Herndon, Bill Clothier, Chet Rooklidge, Fred Louden, jack "Jungle" Jolley, Pete Van Hoomissen, Bob Thalhofer, Wayne Mathews, and Stan Matus lead the forty-man squad. Portland looked strong for the sprints and middle distance events, good in the mile and two mile, but as usual, Weak in the field and weight categories. New- comers like Bill Pendelton, and Jim Philips helped the middle distance and hurdle squads. r tape in the half mile 1 d there they gol lt's mighty long way to li- A weighty matter. Big Bud Hickman pushes the sixteen pound shot cn long way. Five regular meets were listed for the Pilots, starting with the run against Western States College. Oregon State College visited the campus early in April. The squad will meet Western VVashington College, College of Puget Sound, and then several Northwest schools Will vie at the Portland Invitational meet at Portland. Included are the leading independent teams plus the top teams of the Northwest and Evergreen conferences. First Sign of Spring . . . Pilot Baseballers hopefully practiced rounding third base. Baseb II After a four year absence, a familiar figure returned to the Pilot diamond, this time as coach rather than player. Hustlin' Vince Pesky returned from a tour of the pro circuits to mentor Portland's baseball hopefuls as assistant to "Mush" Torson. Familiar faces such as Slugger Leo Gros- jacques, Hurler Bob Knapp, Glenn Hittner, and Rod Owen, along with veteran catcher Joe Bur- gato donned the spikes to display their wares. Leo Keppinger, Mike Fajar, and Larry Carich assumed familiar posts in the infield. Coach Vince Pesky gathers his horsehide crew. Back row left to right: Joe Brugato, Stan Boznich, Tony lsia, Mike Faier, George Druxman, Larry Carich, Damion Rocha, Julius Faier, Leo Grosiaques, Joe Marshello, Sanford Shopkin, Tom Becic, Dick Pappen. Middle row: Ken Ehllers, John Della Villa, Dallas Shoclcley, Bob Knapp, Glen Hittner, Coach Vince Pesky, Rod Owen, Don Nelson, Joe Nattallie, John Becic, Leo Keppinger. Front row: Manager Lou Capitello, Dick Lutey, Pete Klein, Virgil Vander Wetfering, Rudy Richards, Ben Tally, Don Bauer. I Pesky formed an impressive schedule for the Pilots this spring. Home and home series are scheduled with Oregon, Linfield College at MclVIinnville, Willamette University of Salem, Pacific University of Forest Grove, Seattle University, Lewis and Clark College, and Oregon College of Education, the Salem Senators and Vanport College. 4 '," 1 KW amz: ii diigifi M W3 f , ' i 4 - - :::y:r:::::::::::::::-- - - . - f 55,5 eg! . as 1 . i i S 6I'eS 110 UCS I E SGCOI1 . new ou wa omin' ' a baked u cake. , i l t dbft Pesky's squad is bolstered by a formidable and experienced mound staff, including Rod Owen, Bob Knapp, Glen Hittner and John Becic with newcomers Tony Isia, Virgil Van- der Wettering and Sanford Shopkin assuring the Pilots plenty of depth in this department. Tom Becic, John Della Villa, joe Ratal- lick and Mike Fajerwill man the infield. All around hitting ability makes outfield choices more difficult, but veteran Leo Gros- jacques will be a member of the pasture patrol, for the Pilots need his big stick. 147 Meluz-ww-V. ,,,, -,:Qz.x:,qi-rf-mf.-, were f V , V ,,,,,,,,M t rj? ,gg Maw - , A ,. . -::.,,. ... L ta ii.. . .5 Joe Rotolllck golfs one mio right 'Field oe Brugato, and transplanted footballer George Druxman, along with basketballer Ed Hummel will Wear the iron mask for the season. Brugato, a third year man has the edge on experience in this depart ment, and rated the call in the opener against Vanport along With pitcher Rod Owen. Portlcncl's monumental mound stuff. Tony lsio, John Becic, Glen Hiffner, Moose Vander Wetfering, Rod Owen, Bob Knapp, Sanford Shopkin. ' 'I48 Tom Becic collects u line drive. Couch Vince Pesky stresses the fundamentals . . . 1haf's cz ball, and fl1ut's u glove. Last year the Pilots were one of the hottest collegi- ate nines in the Northwest. The 1950 edition promises to do even better if their first few games are an indica- tion of strength. The Pilots dumped Vanport and Pacific and earned a split With the rugged Salem Senators. Rod Owen faces cu batter. Shockley to Della Villa, Brugcto shoulda stood .... 'I49 it, gag ,EW tk E Golf Eastmorelnnd's 16th hole-Port Ic1nd's golfers meet their "Water Rev. Clarance Durbin, newly appointed Pilot golf coach, cast an apprenhensive glance at cloudy skies, then issued the call for the divot-diggers to turn out early this spring. The Hole-In-One club member was greeted by an enthusiatic, but inex- perienced crew of fourteen embyro Sammy Sneads who headed for the fairways and qualifying matches. Lettermen Steve Milich, Phil Smith, Bob Matte- check, Frank Lyman, and Floyd Goetze, promptly gained high posts on the ladder bolstered by new- comers Rodger Barendrick and Tom Barry. Charles Metcalf, Dick McCabe, jim I-Iankensen, Joe Dahl, Jack Keane, Fred Bowen, and Chuck Morrison filled in the rest of the squad. 150 Father Durbin, golf coach, puts as much effort into his swing as he does his lectures. Cloudy skies hampered early season turnouts, but access to a newly developed campus driving range aided the straight- ening out of hooks and slices. In the first match of the season, a practice meet against powerful Oregon State, Tom Barry, Chuck Metcalf, and Roger Barendrick picked up five points for the Pilots, but the round was rained out before completion. Matches have been arranged with several northwest schools, including Ore- gon State College, Vanport, Pacific Uni- versity, Willamette, Lewis and Clark, College of Puget Sound, University of British Columbia, Seattle University, and Linfield College. Most of the meets will be home and home events. Eyes on bull, left arm stiff, and body English typi- fies Bob Mutfecheck's cuf. 151 Steve "scmcl-trap" Milich shows Floyd Goetze, Father Durbin, Joe Dahl, Bob Matfecheck, Fred Bowen, Frank Lyman, Roger Bcrrendrick, and Phil Smith how it's done. How to sink cr twenty-foot putt. "That's mine on the green." i. .Fl4Sl'5i2Lrg:vrl-W 1- .. k S 3 2 T.:aas+si:4'Jgs1r:Xfw-vfzzvgusszrszs za.,w.A---::-- "lwm:tfmfrli1,-usfymwevam i ssewww:-wwism 1 ware-nz-six : .. -emzmqgpme .mmm.1.m 3: 3 1? .539- . REL J . -dw wn 2' EEL , vfxll 51' , Q22 Qi.: 1 . I ,as- i 2 . N '51 - v A1 I 4? . ' ,ww Q.. Mu' . u . .. :du , yy Aw Y ,gm-Q' ' 13 G! 523 ,Q ag?-KH , . t nt, Q ni: be H, X 9 5 ll E if , F X its 'NM N' Ei J Lettermen lineup. Front row, left to right: Jim Souza, Bill Imel, Joe Brugafo, Holden, Larry Wisbaum. Second row: Bill Sweeney, Bob Knapp, Bill Smith, Bill Hatcher, Jim Sweeney, Bill Carroll, Joe Marshello, Paul Gutierrez. Third row: Bob Prentice, Al Guigni, Pete Van Hoomissen, Earl Combs, Bob Devich, Babe Costello, George Druxman, Sam Vassalo. Fourth row: Bill Kambich, Steve Tool, Jack Greig, Al Vulksteke, Fred Bowen, Walt Spitznagel, Juke Manni, Tom Unger. Fifth row: Rod Owen, Ed Castogna, Ted Little, Bud Hickman, Bob Thalhofer, Pat O'Donnell, John Capiello, Ray Utz. Sixth row: Mike Faier, Leo Gros- jacques, Darb Wridge, Danny Christiunson, Jackson Winters, Joe Gillis, Jack Jolley. Monogram Club in .. Lefterheads: Leo Grosiacques, Vice-President, John Capiello, President: Tom Unger, Secretary-Treasurer. 'I54 Willie Kang, Fred "Happy" Lee, Jack Sonnhulter, Hal Ranking high among campus organizations in point of service and social activity, the Monogram Club boasts an active membership of 50 varsity lettermen. The lettermen rendered special service as ushers at convos, basketball and football games, and other major athletic events. High spots on the M. C. social calendar were the annual award banquet and the 4th annual smoker held March 3lst. 1- k Interest in sports reached an all-time high as the intramural program went into high gear this year. Howard Hall was in constant use from early morning until the last bourder called it an evening. Intramurals "Miken Tichy, diminutive but dynamic Di- rector of Intramurals, opened the gate for a stepped-up program of activities this year. Bas- ketball, ping pong, softball, volley ball, and boxing were expanded, with future plans laid out for further expansion. As always, basketball bogged the limelight. Departmental leagues were formed, and the Department of Education fought a long up-hill climb to emerge as departmental champs. Intramural Director Mike Tichey supervised every phase of the program-including sign painter Pefe Ford. Intramural sidelight: The Senior- Faculty Basketball Game with a two-bit admission charge go- ing to charity proved interest- ing. The old timers were going well until the students threw a reserve squad of coeds into the fray. Ladders Were set up for table tennis play offs in both singles and doubles competition. Over half-a-hundred entered the tourney. Ole Man Rain, always a strong competitor in Portland, delayed softball plans, but stout hearts and good shoes Won outg and league play started with entrys from all campus or- ganizations going to the post. Intramural side-light: The Senior-Faculty basketball game, with a two-bit admission charge going to charity proved interesting. The old timers were doing Well, until the students threw a reverse squad of women students into the fray. The gals were just a little too much for the elders, and While the faculty recovered from the initial shock, the seniors Won 19-14. Athletic Educators: fLeft to rightl: Larry Wissboum, Pat O'DonneIl, Dave Lakey, Coach Rudy Acuna, Captain Danny Christiansen, Bob Monk, Joe Murphy and Bob Burns. 156 The gals were iust .JV a little too much for the elders, and before they recovered from the initial shock, the Seniors won, 19-14. 5 F Including. . . Class Officers Juniors Sophomores Freshman 1950. . .the year of the big snow 'I57 A "mantle of white" exactly 33.4 inches thick plop- ped down on campus this January, giving boarding students many an anxious morning as they waited to see if the going was going to be too rough for the "day dogs." No day students, no classes. lt only happened twice, though. Class Officers Junior Nursing Officers: Eileen O'Mec1ra, Vice-President, Boraba Hawkins, President. Bill Carroll, Secretary, Tom Miller, Councilman, Harvey Osborn, Vice President, Joe Shecxrman, Treasurer. The Juniors introduced a new line of entertainment with their pres- entation of the "Junior Follies," an unrehearsed variety show featuring the talented .members of the class. Fourteen acts Were included in the program consisting of vocal and in- strumental ensembles, soloists and comic acts. Other activities of the class included the Homecoming bon- fire and the first dance of the year at the McE1roy's Ballroom. A carn- ival at the College of Nursing was also under their direction. X George Von Hoomissen, Junior Class President. Dorothy Camus, Junior N. A. C. Representofivep Polly Melhul h Secretory-Treasurer. A joint class social with students from the College of Nursing and Marylhurst was among the many events making up the Junior social activities calendar. Among the high- lights were the Snowfall dance Feb- ruary 3 and the sport dance follow- ing the Gonzaga basketball game. Plans have been made for a class picnic at the beach at the closing of the current semester. Climax of the year as the Junior Prom, Spzffun, held during Easter Week. HW tis slim in ff, ii if , , fi :, A ,., zzi - S . -. ev. 5 , ,v.- 5 "- ..,. 1 fi . k ...., ,.. . X A ,.,,e ' ,"' Z ,lv """ gy. ak rlg I """::" .Mg A 21-.N:7. I A,,, I . . . 41. .f.,QggVmg,:fi'i-it - Ty I 7' .R Q ...Q .,.. :,.., A lx -sigh 4:1 I ..., .. Q.,. l f ':':"' X N ':' " " :. : t Qwszgx. I .l L . F qt A ,,g '7 ' sie .1 ' I- E l A: U ll 5, 5" ,V T 1 I? W. I , V' Vx A A-:v ' Lili . gl W , I I' ,,,.,..--: 2 xiii . Q: zz., WP" . ' . ....,. - . . I ' "" -' "": '.:A X i it s lil? f ':"' . - F. Q.. -2 I. A s .,,, It Top row, left to right: Second row, left to right: Third row, left to right: Fourth row, left to right: Bottom row, left to right: T60 l H ff" ,e'1:'- E A in-1. W , , ' 1 2', ...,.: s:s:s:a:s:ze-. : sq' 5 A -ff . - A 1 ':::-: I 'A-I il I 145' ACUNA, RUDY-Liberal Arts, Tyrone, New Mexico. ANDERSON, DARREL E.-Business, Portland, Oregon. ANDERTON, RICHARD J.-Business, Portland, Oregon. ANTHONY, GEORGE-Business, Portland, Oregon. BALCH, ROBERT D.-Engineering, Portland, Oregon. BALME, CAROLYN-Nursing, Portland' Oregon. BANKHEAD, JULIAN K.-Engineering, Portland, Oregon. BARTLEY, JAMES A.-Business, Great Falls, Montana. BASSETT, GLENNA K.-Nursing, Beaverton' Oregon. BATES, LORRAINE-Nursing, Portland, Oregon. BAUMANN, ALBERT W.-Business, Portland, Oregon. BEE, ADRIAN E.-Business, Portland, Oregon. BENSON, FAYE L.-Nursing, Portland, Oregon. BERGIN, ROBERT J-Business, Portland, Oregon. BERTRAND, JOHN E.-Business, Portland' Oregon. BESEDA, ANTON A.-Business, LaCenter, Washington. BESSER, JOANN D. L.-Nursing, Kennewick, Washington. BISENIUS, JAMES W.-Liberal Arts, Portland, Oregon. BLOCK, MARY M.-Nursing, Portland, Oregon. BORSCH' FERD J. JR.-Liberal Arts, Maplewood, Oregon. BOTTS, JAMES A.-Liberal Arts, Portland, Oregon. BOYD, EUGENE, JR.-Business, Portland, Oregon. BRADFORD, ROBERT I..-Music, Portland, Oregon. BURCHETT, KENNETH W.-Liberal Arts, Portland, Oregon. BURDA, LEONARD-Science, Portland, Oregon. BURR, HELEN-Nursing, Portland, Oregon. CALLAGHAN, JOHN M.-Liberal Arts, Portland, Oregon. CALLICRATE, WILLIAM H.-Liberal Arts, Portland, Oregon. CALLISON, DAVID-Liberal Arts, Portland, Oregon. CAMBELL, ROBERT B.-Science, Portland, Oregon. CAMUS, DOROTHY M.-Nursing, Olympia, Washington. CARNINE, JOHN B.-Business, Portland, Oregon. CARR, PATRICK B.-Business, Portland' Oregon. CARROLL, WILLIAM T.-Liberal Arts, Jersey City, New Jersey. CARTER, THOMAS V.-Liberal Arts, Portland, Oregon. CARTIER, DUANE C.-Engineering, Camas, Washington. CASSIDY, DENNIS L.-Liberal Arts, Portland, Oregon. CATES, JOAN L-.Nursing, Pacoima, California. CHASTAIN, GERALD E.-Engineering, Vancouver, Washington. CHRISTY, MARIE E.-Nursing, Butte, Montana. 57" ggtu. J., . 4' 5.1 'tr' X. ls W xlhlsx af' N of ,' , ,A I . My A en, 'W jr if I f f- 'Y 'Tvs Top row, left to right: Second row, left to right: Third row, left to right: Fourth row, left to right: Bottom row, left to right: N CLAUSNITZER, JAMES H,-Liberal Arts, Portland, Oregon CLESSLER, WILLIAM C.--Liberal Arts, Portland, Oregon COFFEY, WILLIS C.-Engineering, Portland, Oregon COLE, EDWARD M.--Liberal Arts, Portland, Oregon CONNELL, WILLIAM F.-Liberal Arts, Rumson, New Jersey COOK, THOMAS W.-Business, Portland, Oregon CORY, ALDA J.-Nursing, Toledo, Oregon CUNNINGHAM, LEE S.-Business, Gresham, Oregon CUTONE, EDITH l.-Nursing, Portland, Oregon DANG, JOSEPH T.-Liberal Arts, Wailuku, Maui, Hawaii DANNER ,ROBERT E.--Portland, Oregon DARRAGH, RITA M.-Nursing, Butte, Montana DEAHL, JACK E.-Science, Portland, Oregon DECKER, HENRY J.-Engineering, Portland, Oregon DEGERSTEDA, DEAN V.--Liberal Arts, Portland, Oregon DEMARINIS, VINCENT F.-Business, Portland, Oregon DENHART, WILLIAM-Business, Portland, Oregon De SIMIO, PETER J.-Engineering, Ravenna, Ohio DICKSON, GERALD W.-Music, Portland, Oregon Di DONATO, MARY E.-Nursing, Portland, Oregon Di FABIO, PHILLIP G.-Business, Portland, Oregon DINNEEN, LAWRENCE A.-Business, Portland, Oregon DOHERTY, BRIAN C.-Liberal Arts, Tacoma, Washington DOMIER, GERARD F. Jr.-Business, Portland, Oregon DOOHER, ANTHONY J.-Liberal Arts, Cornelius, Oregon DORRES, DONALD G.-Engineering, Portland, Oregon DOUGLAS, FRED J.-Liberal Arts, Portland, Oregon DOYLE, MARY E.-Nursing, Hoquiam, Washington DRUXMAN, GEORGE S.-Business, Portland, Oregon DURKIN, JOHN P.-Business, Portland, Oregon DUYN, GERARD, Jr.-Science, Portland, Oregon EARLY, KEVIN F.-Liberal Arts, Portland, Oregon EDDY, DONALD L.-Business, Portland, Oregon EDERER, JOSEPH A., Jr.-Business, Portland, Oregon EDGERTON, ROBERT F.-Business, Portland, Oregon ELLIOTT, ROBERT L.-Business, Portland, Oregon ENGLISH, JACK H.-Engineering, Portland, Oregon EPPERS, PATRICIA-Nursing, Woodburn, Oregon ERICKSEN, CARL F.--Business, Portland, Oregon ERICKSON, MARILYN-Nursing, Portland, Oregon T61 ,si ,J Ima 1 I x ft... n 1. ' Q' f. - ,V,::2S, ,, ,Wi 'W' iff 1? ' gg, . .,"' tr M t 'fre .,.. . IS 4 5 5' ff Q .,., Q .u w ill z-:tg r - - of e s, 5' K4 Q .s 1 ,4 if 1 ,v a , ,. .. :"'-:::::,., ,f ,,,, R., , ,E gym, ' 3 3 H 4 ,A,, 't ii , wr JZ ,fd .,., , K 'iii v i ,L ' Jw Exhibit by art instructor Murilo's "New Boise" group attracted a steady stream of visitors. 7 P T Agri 'P' 1 - H 'a "' i P A in W x f ..,.:' 6' ff .I W ..,, sa.. 1 'yell tvs .. .6 J i rr 5, 1 at-' r 5 1? vf "::: E its , fx Pg' ' 5 "' Y' 3 Top row, left to right: Second row, left to right: Third row, left to right: Fourth row, left to right: Bottom row left to right: J 162 1 ERVIN, RICHARD M.-Business, Portland, Oregon FEDERSPIEL, ROBERT T.-Liberal Arts, Oswego, Oregon FENNIMORE, EMMETT L.-Science, Portland, Oregon FARRINGTON, HOWARD D.-Engineering, Portland, Oregon FIRCHAU, HENRY J.-Business, Lebanon, Oregon FISHER, SHIRLEY-Nursing, Vancouver, Washington FLEISCHMAN, KENNETH D.-Business, Portland, Oregon FOLEEN, ALVIN H.-Science, Portland, Oregon FORSBERG, VINCENT E.-Engineering, Portland, Oregon FORTUN, LEONARD J.-Business, Anaconda, Montana FOSTER, JOSEPH F.--Business, Boise, Idaho FOY, EDWARD P.-Business, Milwaukie, Oregon FREEMAN, JOHN H.-Liberal Arts, Portland, Oregon FRESHLEY, MAXWELL D.-Science, Portland, Oregon FISK, ROBERT A.-Liberal Arts, Portland, Oregon FOX, ROBERT D.-Business, Portland, Oregon GALLUZZO, JAMES l.-Business, Portland, Oregon GARDNER, MARY-Nursing, Portland, Oregon GARLICK, ARNOLD L.-Engineering, Portland, Oregon GARREN, JOHN H.-Engineering, Hubbard, Oregon GARRISON, ORVILLE G,-Liberal Arts, Portland, Oregon GATES, THURSTON A.-Liberal Arts, Portland, Oregon GERBER, JOSEPH R.-Business, Portland, Oregon GIANOTTI, JOSEPH C.-Engineering, Portland, Oregon GIBBONS, PHILLIP P.-Liberal Arts, Portland, Oregon GIBSON, GENE--Business, Vancouver, Washington GILBERTZ, ROBERT J.-Business, Portland, Oregon GILL, DONALD C.-Business, Portland, Oregon GOETZE, FLOYD E.-Liberal Arts, Portland, Oregon GORALSKI, LEONARD S.-Science, Portland, Oregon GOSSER, CLAYBOURNE G.-Business, Portland, Oregon GRANT, JAMES E.-Liberal Arts, Vancouver, Washington GRAY, DOUGLAS L.-Engineering, Portland, Oregon GRAY, LOUIS E.-Business, Vancouver, Washington GREEN, GEORGE W.-Business, Portland, Oregon GREIG, PAUL A.-Liberal Arts, Portland, Oregon GRITZMACHER, RAY T.-Business, Portland, Oregon GROH, ROBERT F.-Engineering, Portland, Oregon GROSHONG, CHARLES D.-Liberal Arts, Clackamas, Oregon GROSHONG, DANIEL-Liberal Arts, Portland, Oregon mf 3 ,I fl Jylwaili Qi an '.": Q A .-v. 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Top row, GUTIERREZ, PAUL-Business, Portland, Oregon left to right: Second row, left to right: Third row, left to right: Fourth row, left to right: Bottom row, left to right: HAGAN, GERALD C.-Liberal Arts, Portland, Oregon HAGLUND, CHARLES W.-Business, Astoria, regon HAHN, LEWIS G.-Liberal Arts, Portland, Oregon HAMREUS ,ROBERT G.-Engineering, Portland, Oregon HARDISON, MARY-Nursing, Yakima, Washington HARMON, PATRICIA-Nursing, Yakima, Washington HARRIS, JOHN B.-Engineering, Portland, Oregon HARTFORD, JAMES T.-Business, Portland, Oregon HATTRUP, KENNETH P.-Liberal Arts, Portland, Oregon HAWKINS, BARBARA J.-Nursing, Portland, Oregon HAZEL, JOHN R.-Business, Portland, Oregon HENICK, JOHN J.-Business, Aloha, Oregon HERDON, ROBERT H.-Engineering, Portland, Oregon HEUVEL, KENNETH L.-Business, Portland, Oregon HILDENBRAND, DALE G.-Business, Beaverton, Oregon HINKHOUSE, ROBERT R.-Liberal Artsy Scappoose, Oregon HODGSON, GEORGE E.-Liberal Arts, Santo Rosa, California HOESCHEN, JAMES A.-Liberal Arts, Portlancl, Oregon HOFFMAN, JOHN A.--Business, Portland, Oregon HOLDEN, DONALD J.-Liberal Arts, Oswego, Oregon HUGHES, JANE M.-Music, Portland, Oregon INCE, A. JAMES-Business, Portland, Oregon IRVINE, JOHN M.-Business, Portland, Oregon JACOBSON, MARION-Nursing, Hillsboro, Oregon JALBERT, LEO J.-Business: Portland, Oregon JOHNSON, LAWRENCE O.-Music, Portland, Oregon KAGA, SHOJI-Business, Portland, Oregon KAVONIUS, ARNE E.-Business, Portland, Oregon KAYL, ROBERT J.-Business, Portland, Oregon KEENAN, RICHARD J.-Business, Vancouver, Washington KEPPINGER, LEO U.-Liberal Arts, Portland, Oregon KERSTIENS, EUGENE J.-Liberal Arts, Portland, Oregon KIMBERLEY, CHARLES F.-Business, Portland, Oregon KING, FREDERICK N., Jr.-Business, Bend, Oregon KIRKLAND, JOHN-Business, Portland, Oregon KLINGER, LAWRENCE J.-Business, Portland, Oregon KOLIAS, THEODORE G.-Liberal Arts: Portland, Oregon KRAULAND, AUGUST J.-Business, Hillsboro, Oregon KRECEK, STANISLAV-Business, Prague, Czeckoslovakia 163 Hay, Hoy! g iikk.-Zs.,iIvf .S.Ta'Y?.42S Q' viii? ' .QV -lj x . 5. .5 I A .,' .. .gy ,Q . 1 - W rf: .3 E4 2. I fi, lie f "'ZZ"'i A234141-1 -'1 V Mizz? ,, ' . 2. Q,-,P ' ,231 ' tt, Jill, ' If,",1': ..t A, it gg L -' A-sffx. . r A 1 5 E Z ll 4 -1 fi ,f .jg Q.: X 1 21 . 1 gf 3 . if ,W ' 6 f , . 1 ws V2 xg, 5? ' wi 2 5 't f 'i - . . m e .12 ' .2 . 1 , . :.. .. . M .... .. fs ...ER I -fs 5 Q ' Mgt", A ,i: 1g..,1ptmr,, I J. . 3 . . " Wg ' I M ffifiaix ,, , f sl .2:f,.f 11' 'Er ii.i " Yer rockin' the boat! I . six! li F5 wm Y- R16 t I vt , . 1 Y 'W' ' 'QQ fi . . I :Es ' 'C "Minn 4, ' X .T teal MJ . ' ' fav , T es Top row, left to right: Second row, left to right: Third row, left to right: Fourth row, left to right: Bottom row, left to right: 164 Q 'o'l ' ' .-.I I. ' ::"' , ,I , M. ...l ,QE t X kr . .. , gg at 5 S 3 yi X XX xi . LAAM, ROBERT D.-Engineering, Oregon City, Oregon. LANDSTROM, CARL W.-Engineering, Portland, Oregon. LAU, THOMAS K.-Science, Honolulu, T. H. LaVALI.EY- RICHARD W.-Engineering, Portland, Oregon. LEACH, KENNETH H.-Business, Portland, Oregon. LeBRUN, PAUL-Business, Beaverton, Oregon. LEE, ALAN B.-Business, Portland, Oregon. LEONELLI, LEO P.-Science, Portland, Oregon. LEONG, JAMES K.-Business, Wailuku, Maui, T. H. LEVETON, ALVIN I.-Liberal Arts, Portland, Oregon LONG, TOM P.-Liberal Arts, Oregon City, Oregon. LOUDEN, FRED O.-Liberal Arts, Portland, Oregon. LUDEMAN, ROBERT E.-Liberal Arts, Tacoma, Washington. LUIZZI, FRANK E.-Liberal Arts, Portland, Oregon. MACIAS, MANUEL J.--Liberal Arts, Portland ,Oregon. MAFFEI, HECTOR P.-Science, Portland, Oregon MALARKEY, ROBERT D.-Business, Portland, Oregon. MARSHELLO, DONALD L.-Liberal Arts, Jersey City, New Jersey. MARSHELLO, JOSEPH F.-Liberal Arts, Jersey City, New Jersey. MARTINI, GILDO J.-Science, Portland, Oregon. MATHEWS, WAYNE H.-Science, Portland, Oregon. MATTECHECK, ROBERT J.-Business, McMinnville, Oregon. MATUS, STANLEY J.-Engineering, Scrappoose, Oregon. MCCABE, RICHARD F. Jr.-Business, Portland, Oregon. MCGOGY, DUANE H.--Business, Vancouver, Washington. MCGUIRK, WALTER T. Jr.-Business, Portland, Oregon. McKEE, HAROLD R.-Liberal Arts, Portland, Oregon. McLEOD, WILLIAM B.-Business, Portland, Oregon. MCMULLEN, MICHAEL W.-Liberal Arts, Portland, Oregon. MEDEIROS, MELVYN J.-Liberal Arts, Portland, Oregon. MEEVE, JACK E.-Liberal Arts, Portland, Oregon. MELHUISH, POLLY-Nursing, Hillsboro, Oregon. MENATH, JAMES H.-Liberal Arts, Portland, Oregon. MENSTELL, ROBERT P.-Liberal Arts, Portland, Oregon. MERCER, RAY A.-Business, Portland, Oregon. METCALF, DOLORES-Nursing, Salem- Oregon. MEYERS, CORNELIUS R.-Business, Portland, Oregon. MILLAR, DONALD S.-Liberal Arts, Vancouver, Washington. MILLER, CLYDE F.-Engineering, Vancouver, Washington. MILLER, DANIEL R.-Business, Portland, Oregon. . ,,,.,-3' -iiz 2 "NJ: QI - N . ri .I ' .,...,...-: 2 F KQV-1 Y QI I ,- :- - 1 6, ' 4 : v 1? A , ii 'A 1 ..,..: i ' Q. F . .. f A so x.",Q'fb" . . s L +P-'sv 'I A E I! N 2 wav Igw 3? wh 3 N if ' ..- ' I 1 - If wt ff A ' A fl K' :Q tr' J W Y uzul 5 LLL I 5 - -e..-. Q .K 4- x ' ' 1 V it f - f I . .i . no -' l in W. I me I 'RE ..,E ' , .N 'Ax Q., 156- I lg! lQ'g,,l',,3 .4 gl . -. '- , q - ' Wi- Y ' :e-, ' 11' HX' 2 ,,.. in Nite. 1 ll I ' ff- ,Q It 4h Qt, 447:95 'J ' ,w sw I 3 . , Jil: 1 'I Top row, left to right: Second row, left to right: Third row, left to right: Fourth row, left to right: Bottom row, left to right I 15 ' -I efi A - NYM MILLER, JOSEPH J.-Music, Portland, Oregon. MILLER- THOMAS A.-Business, Portland, Oregon. MILLER, WALTER A.-Businessp Portland, Oregon. MINOR, EARLINE-Nursing, Portland, Oregon. MOFFENBEIER, DONALD L.-Businessp Portland, Oregon. MOORE, ROBERT H.-Engineering, Portland, Oregon. MOULTON, WILLIAM S.-Science, Portland, Oregon. MULLER, ROBERT-Science, Portland, Oregon. MURRAY, JAMES T.-Liberal Arts, Mill City, Oregon. NASH, ARTHUR J. Jr.-Liberal Arts, Vancouver, Washington. NELSON, DONNA-Nursing, Portland, Oregon. NEWMAN, HARRY-Science, Portland, Oregon. NICCOLSON, WESLEY H.-Business, Portland, Oregon. NIEDERMEYER, DANIEL H.-Business: Portland, Oregon. NISHIKAWA- JOE J.-Engineering: Portland, Oregon. NUSS, WILLIAM D.-Business, Portland, Oregon. O'BRlEN, JAMES-Business, Portland, Oregon. O'CONNELL, WILLIAM P.-Business, Portland, Oregon. O'CONNER, EUGENE T.-Liberal Arts, Portland, Oregon. O'DONNELL, JAMES P.-Business, Portland, Oregon. O'DONNELL, JOHN L.-Liberal Arts, Portland- Oregon. O'DONNELL, LOUIS W.-Business, Portland, Oregon. OGLE, ROBERT M.-Business: Portland, Oregon O'HARROW, JOSEPH R.-Business, Portland, Oregon. OLSON, JOHN J.-Science, Olney, Oregon. O'MEARA, EILEEN-Nursing, Beaevrton, Oregon. OSBORN- HARVEY J.-Business, Portland, Oregon. PALMER, JOHN R.-Business, Portland, Oregon. PARMATER, RUSSELL R.-Liberal Arts: Portland, Oregon. PARSONS, HUBERT F.-Liberal Arts, Vancouver, Washington PEIZNER, MAX I.-Science, Portland, Oregon. PENNA, ENRICO-Business, Portland, Oregon. PERELLE, JOE Jr.-Business, Portland, Oregon. PERKINS, EDWARD B.-Business, Portland, Oregon. PETRASSO, EUGENE R.-Engineering, Portland, Oregon. PETROS, PETER W.-Liberal Arts: Portland, Oregon. PILLETTE, BASIL J.-Business, Camas, Washington. POTTER, LYNN-Nursing, Vancouver, Washington. PRANGE, WALTER B.-Businessp Portland- Oregon. PRENTICE, JOHN R.-Engineering, Portland, Oregon. 165 751 .x .,., . gg, , . 5 .... , ,. , 'lv , ' MW was 12 ' ....... - .- 3 . My Q. s f' 'I .,.,i,, K ,W we-er. s IQ . t X I if .ef . 3 .... g, X, A .... 3 gi X-he ,. .. .R ,... ... . -V ,fi-l' . , Q '4 ill' sg FYI M x X X 522 L. ':..11-. '-ew ' Q oi . 51154 A ,4 .1 gf f . Hg X Q N . X.,f4Iwl 1 2 VI 'S ,mg xt ......N:1 W 1 M vw t Q 41 S my X is . K if . X 5 sn... Crosby was more hospitalble than N5 ,- 5,33 ,. , , . Ill 3 i 1 me Q 1 me V l J Q 7155555 Ji ,svn J' Top row, left to right: Second row, left to right: ' .A,AA J ' T ' . . f- , - . . I- ' 1 a , L 23 " I . . ...., , tif:-: kt Ev 'I I. A K , ,....,. . A- A Fi , . 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'12 gl, 1 ' 1' with 535 PRENTICE, ROBERT T.-Business, Portland, Oregon PROCTOR, JACK E.-Music, Oswego, Oregon PROUTY, HOWARD F.-Liberal Arts, Portland, Oregon QUINN, ANN-Nursing, Twin Falls, Idaho RAMEY, GEORGE L.-Business: Vancouver, Washington RASH, CHARLES L.-Scienceg Portland, Oregon REISCHMAN, ROBERT R.-Business, Portland, Oregon REMINGTON, ROBERT J.-Liberal Arts, Portland, Oregon RENNER, ANTON V.-Business, Portland, Oregon REVERMAN, LAWRENCE F.-Business, Portland, Oregon REVERMAN, ROBERT C.-Business, Portland, Oregon RIEDEL, OLIVE-Nursing, Portland, Oregon RIEDL, FRANCIS A.-Liberal Arts: Milwaukie, Oregon ROELLI, GERTRUDE-Nursing, Oregon City, Oregon ROGERS, CHARLES W.-Business, Portland, Oregon ROOEN, HOWARD J.-Business, Eugene, Oregon 166 --e' ' " I ---- 2 ' ---- "'::F :': 1 U , O! Third row, left to right: Fourth row, left to right: Fifth row, left to right: Bottom row, left to right: RUMREICH, WALLACE M.-Liberal Arts, Portland, Oregon RYAN, BARBARA-Nursing, Portland, Oergon RYAN, ERNEST M.-Liberal Arts, Portland, Oregon SADILEK, ROBERT A.--Engineering, Oswego, Oregon SALVISBURG, VERL E.-Engineering, Portland, Oregon SATHER, BETTY J.-Nursing, Donald, Oregon SCHEDLER, KENNETH R.-Engineering, Portland, Oregon SCHEETZ, RICHARD B.-Liberal Arts, Portland, Oregon SCHMALZ, JOAN-Nursing, Sandy, Oregon SCHNEF, RONALD M.-Liberal Arts, Portland, Oregon SCHNEIDER, EUGENE-Business, Portland, Oregon SCHNEIDMILLER, RICHARD F.-Science, Portland, Oregon SCHRIEBER, KENNETH R.-Business: Portland, Oregon SCHUBERT, EDWARD E.-Business, Portland, Oregon SCOTT, HAROLD R.-Business, Portland, Oregon SEMMENS, JOHN E.-Liberal Arts, Butte, Montana SESTA, PAUL J.-Liberal Arts, Jersey City, New Jersey SHERMAN, JOSEPH A.-Engineeringy Portland, Oregon SHERRY, LEO C.-Business, Portland, Oregon SHOLIAN, DAN J.-Business, Portland, Oregon SKREEN, RICHARD T.-Business, Portland, Oregon SMITH, SIDNEY R.--Liberal Arts, Portland, Oregon Butte, Montana Portland, Oregon SMITH, WILLIAM W.-Liberal Arts: SNEED, RICHARD E.-Engineering: SNYDER, JOHN C.-Liberal Arts, SOHLER, ROBERT L.-Engineering, SONDEREN, JAMES B.-Businessp Portland, Oregon Portland, Oregon Portland, Oregon SORIANO, MICHAEL-Science, Portland, Oregon SPARROW, JOHN A.-Liberal Ants, Portland, Oregon SPLAWN, RAYMOND M.-Business, Gresham, Oregon 'F 'I f' at Q - J si ' xl Q 'wg' 1 " I . V. Hifi? S W If V - ff: .m.,,.M te. or 5 :lilf ' L, f x z v Aiwa 1 I , ,.,.. , 1 X? at 1151 K tk Ill l i ll I. A '.-,solo W L w .ag W. I , x t 5' 5 'tp x . at rm - I A ' ' 'J-'i I - . f W th, H K- V p -N ,I , v I' . wx '- ' A 1 I Way ny? ..- , 73-' - . .. . G 'f f M- ' - I 1' I - 'IZI ' ' .. 'w I 1 -4.23 Top row, STOFFER, LEONARD E.-Business, Portland, Oregon left to right: Second row, left to right: Third row, left to right: Fourth row, left to right: STROWBRIDGE, WAYNE H.-Business, Portland, Oregon STUPFEL, LILLIAN M.-Nursing, Milwaukie, Oregon SULLIVAN, HELEN Z.-Nursing, Klamath Falls, Oregon SWEENEY, JAMES J.-Liberal Arts, Butte, Montana TABLER, BEN-Science, Portland, Oregon TAWNEY, RICHARD P.-Science, Portland, Oregon THOMAS, HAROLD D.-Engineering, Portland, Oregon TURINA, DONALD J.-Liberal Arts, Astoria, Oregon VALLEY, LEONARD C.--Liberal Arts, Portland, Oregon VAN HOOMISSEN, GEORGE A.-Business, Portland, Oregon VANIKIOTIS, JAMES T.-Liberal Arts, Portland, Oregon VE LAGA, JOHN A.-Business, Portland, Oregon VICKERS, THOMAS R.-Liberal Arts, Portland, Oregon VOLPE, JOHN S., Jr.-Engineering, Portland, Oregon VREELAND, DONALD K.-Liberal Arts, Portland, Oregon WADDINGTON, JACK D.-Music, Portland, Oregon WALKER, RICHARD C.--Engineering, Portland, Oregon WALKER, ROBERT J.-Science, Portland, Oregon WALLO, EDWARD-Liberal Arts, Portland, Oregon WALSH, CAROL J.-Nursing, Milwaukie, Oregon WARD, LUTHER B.-Engineering, Portland, Oregon WARMUTH, JOE W.-Science, Portland, Oregon WATT, ALAN D.-Liberal Arts, Portland, Oregon WATT, JOHN N.-Engineering, Portland, Oregon WATT, RICHARD A.-Science, Portland, Oregon WEBSTER, MARSHALL C.-Liberal Arts, Oswego, Oregon WEDDELL, ALAN O'NEIL-Engineering, Portland, Oregon ? ff' sf Lie. V... 3 . I Fifth row, left to right: Bottom row, left to right: WEGENER, EDWARD P.-Business, Portland, Oregon WENTWORTH, NANCY-Nursing, Portland, Oregon WHITE, CHARLES S.-Engineering, Portland, Oregon WHITE, TERRANCE D.-Engineering, Portland, Oregon WIEDERHOLD, MILTON P.-Liberal Arts, Portland, Oregon WILLIAMS, JOHN B.-Liberal Arts, Portland, Oregon WILLIAMS, RONALD L.-Music, Coquille, Oregon WILSON, DONALD R.-Business, Portland, Oregon WILSON, EDWIN-Liberal Arts, Portland, Oregon WILSON, WILLIAM H.-Engineering, Portland, Oregon WINTERS, JACKSON L.-Liberal Arts, Portland, Oregon WISECARVER, EARL G.-Business, Klamath Falls, Oregon WISSBAUM, LARRY L.-Business, Portland, Oregon WOOLLEY, ALAN M.-Engineering, Portland, Oregon YAMBERT, SUSAN-Nursing, Portland, Oregon YEE, DAVID-Science, Portland, Oregon YOUNG, KENNETH E.-Business, Portland, Oregon MURPHY, ELSIE L.-Music, Portland, Oregon I 5 if l + f 6 --tt, f -- 1 ::g:a1::.,,, -515,5,a:e,g:gsg:: 1 , f 'ft t Class Officers Sophomore Nursing Officers: Nancy Wimmer, President: Betty Hostefler, Vice-President. 168 Deon Vcxillcmcourt, Secretary: Ray Foleen, Trecxsurerp AI Rousseau Vice-President: Bud Smith, Councilman. One of the biggest dances of the year, with Freddie Slack and his or- chestra providing the music, was sponsored by the Sophomore Class during the fall semester. Slack's Or- chestra Was among the few big- named bands appearing at the school since the war. The Class also spon- sored the Portland performance of the Bob Crosby "Bob Cats" at a ,lant- zen Beach Ballroom dance. A Soph- omore Sport Dance following the basketball victory over Willamette University was well attended. - - Joanne Gosch, Sophomore Nursing Treasurer: Philis Ryan, N. A. C. Representative: Barbara Marshall, Secretary. At the opening of school in Sep- tember the Sophomore Class took most of the events in competition with the Freshmen at the annual field day between the two classes. It was the first time in several years that the field day tradition had been kept. The two classes again vied for honors in a April Talent Convocation. The underclassmen entertained the stu- dent body with vocal, visual and in- strumental numbers. They hope to make it an annual event. Bob Walsh, Sophomore Class President seems somebody stole our victory bell . . . T Top row, left to right: Second row, left to right: Third row, left to right: Fourth row, left to right: Bottom row, left to right: ACCETTURA, TOM ROBERT-Liberal Arts: Portland, Oregon ACRE, THOMAS CLYDE-Business, Portland, Oregon ALLOWAY, WILLIAM R.-Business, Portland, Oregon ANDERSON, FRANK A.-Engineering, Portland, Oregon APIAGYEI, LAWRENCE B.-Businessy Kumasi, Gold Coast ARTHUR, JOHN A.-Science, Kumasi, Gold Coast ASHDOWN, ELIZABETH-Nursing: Portland, Oregon BAER, GOTTLIEB J.-Liberal Arts, Bend, Oregon BAILEY, CHARLES B.-Engineering, Portland, Oregon BAKER, GLADYS E.-Nursingg Portland, Oregon BARATTA, ROBERT L.-Liberal Arts, Portland, Oregon BARNES, WILBUR M.-Business, Portland, Oregon BASABE, ERNEST E.-Music, Portland, Oregon BAUER, DONALD W.-Engineering, Portland, Oregon BAYES, JIMALEE B.-Music: Alder, Washington BEAN, DON L.-Music, Portland, Oregon BEBEE, ROBERT M.-Science, Portland, Oregon BECIC, JOHN N.-Business, Portland, Oregon BEEBE, ALFRED W.-Business, Eagle, Idaho BEH, PAULINE F.-Nursing, Birmingham, Michigan BENZ, ALFRED F.-Engineering, Portlancl, Oregon BERG, MAYNARD R.-Business, Portland, Oregon BISHOP, EZRA R.-Business, Portland, Oregon BLACK, MERWIN E.-Business, Portland, Oregon BLANKENSHIP, PHIL I..-Music, Salem, Oregon BLOMBERG, LEROY M.-Business, Portland, Oregon BOLF, EDWARD H.-Engineering, Portland, Oregon BORROZ, TELIO A.-Liberal Arts, Vancouver, Washington BOTTAINI, LEO J.-Business, Portland, Oregon BOTTI, LIDO D.-Liberal Arts: Portland, Oregon BOTTOLFSON, RALPH L.-Engineering, Portland, Oregon BOWEN, FRED O.-Business, Oak Grove, Oregon BRADY, MARY-Nursing, Portland, Oregon BREIMON, CLARENCE A.-Business: Proctor, Minnesota BRISSION, ERVAL J.-Business: Portland, Oregon BROOKS, JAMES O.-Science, Portland, Oregon BROWNING, DALE R.-Science, Portland, Oregon BROZENE, JOE J.-Business, Portland, Oregon BRUER, JOE-Business, Portland, Oregon BRUGATO, JOE JR.-Liberal Artsp Portland, Oregon - , ":':: "-'-- g 'aga r :-". . 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Liberal Arts Portland Ore on 1 - 7 1 9 CALDWELL, KEITH W.-Liberal Arts, Portland, Oregon CAPITOLO, LUIGI N.-Liberal Arts, Salt Lake City, Utah CARLEY, GERALD R.-Liberal Arts, Portland, Oregon Second row, left to right: CASE, DAVID-Music, Eugene, Oregon CARLSON, DONALD C.-Business, Portland, Oregon CASE, JOAN-Nursing, San Francisco, California CASTAGNA, ED A.-Liberal Arts, Bayonne, New Jersey CHANCE, JOHN A.-Music, Issaquah, Washington CHANDLER, MELVIN T.-Science, Portland, Oregon Third row, left to right: CLAY, VIRGINIA--Nursing, Portland, Oregon CLOTHIER, BILL L.-Business, Portland, Oregon COLE, DAVID E.-Science, Milwaukie, Oregon COMBS, EARL R.-Engineering, Miles City, Montana CONRAD, FRED C.-Engineering, Portland, Oregon CONRAD, WILLIAM H.-Engineering, Portland, Oregon CONWAY, WILLIAM H.-Business, Portland, Oregon COOKE, ROSEMARY-Music, Portland, Oregon COOPER, KERMIT A.-Engineering, Portland, Oregon COUGHLAN, JOHN A.-Music, Banff, Alberta, Canada CREEGAN, JAMES V.-Liberal Arts, Portland, Oregon CRONE, JAMES R.-Liberal Arts, Portland, Oregon CUMMINGS, DON R.-Liberal Arts, Toronto, Ontario, Canada CUNNINGHAM, WILLIAM E.-Business, Portland, Oregon Fourth row, left to right: Bottom row, DANIEL, BRIAN L.-Business, Portland, Oregon left to right: DANIELSON, BOB A.-Liberal Arts, Portland, Oregon DARLING, CHARLES M.-Science, Portland, Oregon DAVIDSON, BOB L.-Engineering, St. Paul, Oregon DeFOE, PAUL W.-Business, Portland, Oregon DEIBELE, CHARLES F.-Engineering, Portland, Oregon DesGEORGES, HENRY L.-Business, Portland, Oregon DeVITO, PHILLIP-Liberal Arts, Portland, Oregon CHEK, ALBERT-Engineering, Cartaret, New Jersey. CHRISTNACHT, JAMES F.-Business, Tacoma, Washington CLARIZIO, MICHAEL A.-Business, Portland, Oregon CLARKE, JOHN A.-Business, Portland, Oregon 'l7'I . . . but these characters will never tell. Engineering building at night-the ianitor can't stand the dark. I " V tt' 3 w fi lf' ifVi' , Ii TN .. ,.fQQI,,-1 I' 2 It 1 I J I I . " QI HYFFTE' ig ' 'i'i--1Q...:.:::5.ta:f W 'XX I Top row, left to right: Second row, ieff to right: Third row, left to right: Fourth row, left to right: Bottom row, left to right: DIFABIO, JAMES G.-Business, Portland, Oregon DOHERTY, PAT E.-Science, Portland, Oregon DONNELLY, JAMES P.-Science, Aurora, Oregon DORAN, RALPH M.-Business, Portland, Oregon DOUMITT, RICHARD E.-Business, Portland, Oregon DOVE, JOAN-Nursing, Portland, Oregon DRISCOLL, CAROLYN-Nursing, Medford, Oregon DROSCOLI., TOM P.-Business, Portland, Oregon DUBOIS, JOSEPH W.-Engineering, Lake Sherwood, California DUERFLER, RAYMOND C.-Business, Portland, Oregon DUPUY, HOWARD M.-Business, Portland, Oregon DURKEE, ROBIN K.-Science, Portland, Oregon DUSENBERRY, LARRY A.-Business, Portland, Oregon ECKART, GENE R.-Business, Portland, Oregon ELLERS, KEN R.-Business, Portland, Oregon ELLIOTT, JACK S.-Liberal Arts, Portland, Oregon ELLIOTT, JOSEPH-Engineeringg Reedsport, Oregon ELLIS, VIRGINIA L,-Music, Portland, Oregon ERNST, RICHARD F.-Engineering, Portland, Oregon ESTY, KELTON C.-Business: Portland, Oregon FAIR, NELSON D.-Liberal Arts, Portland, Oregon FAY, EDWARD J.-Science, Portland, Oregon FELLER, ROGER H.-Liberal Arts, Portland, Oregon FISHER, RICHARD J.-Engineering, Portland, Oregon FLYNN, DONALD S.-Business, Portland, Oregon FOLEEN, CARL R.-Science, Portland, Oregon FURREST, GEORGE B.-Business, Portland, Oregon FOSTER, FRANCIS J.-Business, Portland, Oregon FOUCH, JAMES C.-Business, Portland, Oregon FRAGAS, TOM I.--Engineering, Honolulu, Hawaii FRAZIER, LYMAN E.--Business, Portland, Oregon FREEMAN, EARL E.-Business, Portland, Oregon FULLER, JERRY L.-Business, Portland, Oregon GAINER, DONALD G.-Liberal Arts, Portland, Oregon GALIPEAU, JOE P.-Liberal Arts, Portland, Oregon GALVIN, MAURICE G.-Business, Portland, Oregon GANDIAGA, MARGUERITE-Nursing, Twin Falls, Idaho GARRATT, PHYLLIS-Nursing, Creswell, Oregon GARTRELL, BARBARA-Nursing, Portland, Oregon GEENAN, MARIE J.-Music, Portland, Oregon +'lv'if'v f V,:.,.':-. 5 ,H E-z . 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'mxfr ft-'5'f" lf V' . ,, I l ., w.','.t A", 5 , s- , Top row, left to right: Second row, left to right: Third row, left to right: Fourth row, left to right: Bottom row, left to right: GENNETTE, TOM-Liberal Arts, McCall, Idaho GEORGE, PAUL P.-Liberal Arts, Tacoma, Washington GIFFORD, WARREN-Music, Albany, Oregon GILBERT, TOM F.-Science, Portland, Oregon GILLEM, JOHN B.-Liberal Arts, Milwaukie, Oregon GIUGNI, ALFRED H.-Business, Pearl City, Oaho, Hawaii GIX, GERALD A.-Engineering, Portland, Oregon GOODWILL, DONALD A.-Business, Portland, Oregon GOODWIN, DONALD R.--Music, Portland, Oregon GOSCH, JOANNE-Nursing, Medford, Oregon GRAHAM, ROBERT N.-Liberal Arts, Butte, Montana GRAHAM, ROGER A.-Liberal Arts, Portland, Oerogn GREENE, CLYDE R.-Liberal Arts, Portland, Oregon GREENER, RALPH W.-Business, Portland, Oregon GREIF, ROLLAND G.-Liberal Arts, Coos Bay, Oregon GROSSMAN, BOB G.-Business, Portland, Oregon GRUENENFELDER, JAMES O.-Science, Portland, Oregon HADDIX, EUGENE I.-Business, Portland, Oregon HANSET, DAVID .A-Business, Portland, Oregon HARRINGTON, CLINTON H.-Liberal Atrs, Vancouver, Washington HATCH, PEGGY-Nursing, Caldwell, Idaho HATCHER, CHARLES W.-Liberal Arts, Butte, Montana HEARING, HILARY D.-Science, Sheridan, Oregon HEE, BERTHA-Nursing, Honolulu, Hawaii HERING, CLYDE S.-Business, Portland, Oregon HICKENLOOPER, DAN-Engineering, Portland, Oregon HITTNER, GLENN W.-Business, Portland, Oregon HODGE, EFFIE-Nursing, Foster, Oregon HOLLOPETER, RUSSELL D.-Engineering, Portland, Oregon HORRIGAN, LEO J.-Liberal Arts, Portland, Oregon HOSS, WARREN F.-Business, Beaverton, Oregon HOSTETLER, ELIZABETH R.-Nursing, Hubbard, Oregon HUGHES, DORALIENE M.-Music, Portland, Oregon HUNE, DONALD L.-Liberal Arts, Portland, Oregon HUNT, EDWARD M.-Liberal Arts, Portland, Oregon HUONDER, DONALD E.-Business, Vancouver, Washington JARMER, GERVAISE F.-Liberal Arts, Portland, Oregon JOHNSON, CARL J.-Business, Beaverton, Oregon JOHNSON, WILLIAM J.-Liberal Arts, Portland, Oregon JOHNSTON, ROBERT B.-Engineering, Portland, Oregon Father Mehling collects the hardware after the Lewis Si Clark game 7, "Hello sucker." The St. Vincent's girls did real well with their carnival. Top row, left to riqht: Second row, left to right: Third row, left to right: Fourtht row, left to right: Bottom row, left to right: JONES, STANLEY H.--Business, Portland, Oregon JORN, MILTON C.-Business, Portland, Oregon JUNGWIRTH, ILA-VEY-Nursing, Salem, Oregon KANG, WILLIAM-Engineering, Son Francisco, California. KAWASHIMA, GAYLEN S.-Liberal Arts, Honolulu, Hawaii KEANE, JOHN E.-Liberal Arts, Rochester, New York KEERINS, ROBERT C.-Business, Izee, Oregon KEMP, VIRGINIA M.-Music, Portland, Oregon KIES, CHARLES H.-Business, Hillsboro, Oregon KILLORIN, PAUL J.-Liberal Arts, Portlancl, Oregon KING, JOYCE J.-Music, Portland, Oregon KINGSLEY, ROBERT A.-Liberal Arts, Portland, Oregon KIRSCHT, LEO H.-Science, Portland, Oregon KLEIN, KATHLEEN A.-Nursing, Newport, Oregon KULLBERG, DONALD P.--Business, Portland, Oregon KUM, STANLEY L.-Engineering, Honolulu, Hawaii KURTH, ROBERT J.-Liberal Arts, Portland, Oregon LAKEY, DAVID W.-Business, Drain, Oregon LaMAR, DOROTHY-Nursing, Portland, Oregon LANG, FRANCIS J.-Business, Boring, Oregon LANKINS, CLARENCE E.-Liberal Arts, Gresham, Oregon LEKAS, THOMAS-Business, Portland, Oregon LELAND, SHERMAN-Liberal Arts, San Francisco, California. LIU, WILLIAM H. L.-Business, Kowloon, Hong Kong, China LODERS, LOREN L.-Business, Portland, Oregon LOFGREN, DONNA-Music, Gresham, Oregon LOGUE, WILLIAM C.-Business, Portland, Oregon LOKEY, JERRY A.-Business, Portland, Oregon LUTY, RICHARD J.-Business, Portland, Oregon LUTZ, CAROL-Nursing, The Dalles, Oregon LYNCH, JOHN B.--Engineering, Vancouver, Washington LYNES, JAMES E.-Business, Portland, Oregon MALONE, WALTER R.-Engineering, Portland, Oregon MANNING, GENE L.-Business, Portland, Oregon MANNING, JOHN E.-Liberal Arts, Portland, Oregon MARION, CARL H.-Business, Portland, Oregon MARK, STANLEY H.-Business, Portland, Oregon MARKGRAF, CARL-Liberal Arts, Vancouver, Washington MARKICH, GEORGE T.-Engineering, Aberdeen, Washington MARSHALL, BARBARA A.-Nursing, The Dalles, Oregon -ti II' f a I It it we 'I E5 ff' 4 flztm. . 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'-X I , I --5 'f Y 1' we Top row, left to right: Second row, left to right: Third row, left to right: Fourth row, left to right: Bottom row, left to right: L 1 4 l ft ' ' . ' 1" it - 3 f 'iv 1. . - L I , -' O D 'Y N 'I ' ,L X 9? ' I ' ' K L " S 'Wi . ':::,:3ssasaea::::s:- Xu II X 1' . ,,,. W, . 1 , ' Q f , W . 'S-x j A wi . . - 't 1 I. MATHEWS, GEORGE J.-Business, Portland, Oregon MATSUDA, GEORGE K.-Science, Portland, Oregon MAY, RICHARD F.-Business, Newberg, Oregon McBRIDE, CHARLES J.-Business, Portland, Oregon McCAMBRIDGE, DONALD-Liberal Arts, Portland, Oregon MCCAMBRIDGE, RICHARD-Liberal Arts, Portland, Oregon McCANN, DONALD L.-Business, Portland, Oregon McCANNA, FRANCIS J.-Portland, Oregon MCCARTHY, JERRY B.-Science, Portland, Oregon McCARTHY, WILLIAM S.-Business, Portland, Oregon MCCORMICK, JAMES R.-Business, Portland, Oregon McCOY, JOE W,-Science, Portland, Oregon McDONALD, WALTER A.-Science, Portland, Oregon McDOWD, JAMES P.-Science, Portland, Oregon MCKINNEY, JOHN D.-Liberal Arts, Portland, Oregon MCNALLY, MARY C.-Nursing, Portland, Oregon MEDICI, HAROLD J.-Liberal Arts, Portland, Oregon MEDLER, MARTHA-Nursing, The Dalles, Oregon MEGALE, JOE P.--Science, Coos Bay, Oregon MEINERS, DALE O.-Business, Portland, Oregon MERZ, STANLEY E.--Liberal Arts, Portland, Oregon MEURLOTT, BYRON E. E.-Business, Honolulu, Hawaii MIKE, MANUAL-Liberal Arts, Portland, Oregon MILLER, CLELL W.-Liberal Arts, Vancouver, Washington MILLER, RONALD M.-Liberal Arts, Portland, Oregon MOLIN, VINCENT R.-Business, Portland, Oregon MONACO, MARIO C.-Liberal Arts, Anaconda, Montana MONAHAN, GLENN W.-Liberal Arts, Portland, Oregon MONKS, ROBERT J.-Engineering, Lapwai, Idaho MONTGOMERY, MARLO J.-Liberal Arts, Portland, Oregon MOORE, RICHARD D.-Business, Astoria, Oregon MORAN, DENNIS J.-Liberal Arts, South Bend, Indiana MORRISON, NORMAN E.-Science, Portland, Oregon MULHERN, BRIAN E.-Liberal Arts, Vancouver, B. C. MURRAY, FRANCIS E.-Liberal Arts, Portland, Oregon MUTCH, DONALD J.-Engineering, Portland, Oregon NANNINI, JOHN F.-Business, Portland, Oregon NAREY, BETTY-Nursing, Seattle, Washington NIELSON, LUETTA-Nursing, Lebanon, Oregon NIXON, EVERETT E.-Business, Portland, Oregon 'I75 -ni, ,,,,Qe,, ,, , 5 L, X ww., I A pfxu.,-t'A ' J msn" ,, f f 5. The Council-Beacon football game featured "Excellent" Bob Walsh as triple threat facial contortionist. I Uh-huh! Top row, left to right: Second row, left to right: Third row, left to right: Fourth row, left to right: Bottom row, left to right: NYE, ROBERT L.-Engineering, Vancouver, Washington O'CONNOR, EDWIN D.-Business, Portland, Oregon O'DONNELl., JOHN J.-Business, Portland, Oregon OLSEN, NORMAN W.-Business, Portland, Oregon OLSON, CHARLES H.--Music, Olney, Oregon O'MEARA, DIANE L.-Nursing, Portland, Oregon ORSO-MANZONETTA, B.-Engineering, Portland, Oregon OYALA, WILLIAM J.-Engineering, Portland, Oregon PAPWORTH, SPENCER D.-Science, Portland, Oregon PAYNE, ROY A.-Science, Portland, Oregon PEROSSE, FLOYD H.-Science, Great Falls, Montana PETERSEN, THOMAS R.-Business, Portland, Oregon PETERSON, JOHN B.-Liberal Arts, Livingston, Montana PETERSON, VINCENT A.-Engineering, Oswego, Oregon POHL, FRANCIS J.--Business, Portland, Oregon POSEDEL, FRANK C.-Business, Portland, Oregon PREBLE, PATRICIA L.-Liberal Arts, Portland, Oregon PUGH, ROBERT E.-Business: Vancouver, Washington QUINN, BERNARD F.-Engineering, Portland, Oregon RADAKOVICH, WILLIAM J.-Business, Portland, Oregon RAMPTON, RICHARD C.-Business, Newberg, Oregon RAMSEY, ELMER H.-Music, Kelso, Washington RANDALL, DUANE-Engineering, Portland, Oregon RANDLEMAN, MURRY E.-Business, Weiser, Idaho. RASCHIO, RONALD V.-Business, Portland, Oregon RASK, MICHEL R.-Science, Portland, Oregon REICHERT, FRANCIS J.-Engineering, Mandan, North Dakota RESTAU, LORNE W.-Business, Portland, Oregon RICE, FLOYD E.-Science: Portland, Oregon RICHARDSON, STANLEY P.-Business, Portland, Oregon RICKMAN, JOYCE-Nursing, Prineville, Oregon RIDER, EDWIN H.-Engineering, Vancouver, Washington RIORDAN, JAMES G.-Science, Portland, Oregon RISBERG, GERALD L.-Business, Portland, Oregon ROGERS, GORDON B.-Business, Portland, Oregon ROGERS, ROBERT J.-Business, Oswego, Oregon ROSCOE, JOHN R.-Engineering, Portland, Oregon ROSS, PAUL W.-Business, Beaverton, Oregon ROSETTI, CARL V.-Engineering, Portland, Oregon ROUSSEAU, ALAN J.-Liberal Arts, Portland, Oregon , .....,.,, , .,.,.v,, E 5 rl? I wi , " ., 2 f H ' fi .,.. 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'I-lu" 15 2'1!lL 11 t 'T--swf 176 Top row, left to right: Second row, left to right: Third row, left to right: Fourth row, left to right: Bottom row, left to right: RUTTEN, ROBERT F.-Business, Oregon City, Oregon RYAN, PHILIS S.-Nursing, The Dalles, Oregon SACCHINI, LOUISE-Nursing, Portland, Oregon SANDBERG, CARL J.-Engineering, Portland, Oregon SCHALLER, JOHN J.-Engineering, Portland, Oregon SCHAUFFLER, CHRISTINE-Nursing, Portland, Oregon SCHILE, EUGENE G.-Music, Portland, Oregon SCHLEPPENBACH, FRANK X.-Engineering, Camas, Washington SCHULZ, DON G.-Business, Portland, Oregon SCHWARY, RICHARD L.-Business, Camas, Washington SCHWARY, RITA-Nursing, Salem, Oregon SEARCIE, ALPHA B.-Nursing, Portland, Oregon SEARS, GENE L.-Business, Portland, Oregon SHADRICK, DALE B.-Business, Portland, Oregon SHEARER, GAIL-Nursing, Grangeville, Idaho SHEPARD, JOHN F.-Liberal Arts, Portland, Oregon SHIELDS, ALICE-Nursing, Hamilton, Montana SHOCKLEY, DALLAS L.-Liberal Arts, Battle Ground, Washington SIEMROTH, FORREST A.-Liberal Arts, Portland, Oregon SIMPSON, WILLIAM H.-Business, Portland, Oregon SLANGAL, HENRY W.-Business, Portland, Oregon SMITH, JAMES F.-Business, Portland, Oregon SMITH, RODNEY SMITH, RONALD SMITH, WILLIAM SMRKOVSKY, CHARLES H.-Engineering, Portland, Oregon SONO, KOJI--Science, Portland, Oregon SORMAN, EDMUND E.-Science, Portland, Oregon SPARKS, HAROLD C.-Business, Portland, Oregon SPENCER, CARL E.--Engineering, Portland, Oregon SPRINGER, EDWARD H.-Liberal Arts, Portland, Oregon STANGEL, LOUIS F.-Liberal Arts, Portland, Oregon H.-Engineering, Vancouver, Washington. G.-Business, Portland, Oregon R.-Engineering, Portland, Oregon STEELE, MAY-Nursing, Portland, Oregon STICKEL, WALTER G.-Liberal Arts, Portland, Oregon STRACHAN, IRVING D.-Liberal Arts, Portland, Oregon STRAND, DON D.-Business, Brightwood, Oregon STRAND, ROBERT M.--Liberal Arts, Portland, Oregon SUGAHIRO, YAMOTO L.-Business, Portland, Oregon SUGURA, PETER J.-Liberal Arts, Portland, Oregon SUPPES, BENEDICT J.-Engineering, Portland, Oregon Guess again. lt's our widely traveled Spanish teacher, Jim Keys, ready to his doctorate from the University of Madrid. 7212? -I i if -I I I 3 1 I I .. 'I . N., I: ll' ml ' . gif' ri Q . I -W 5 , I "ts 'I I XX , I ,. . - . N I T4"""""" ' " ,iii I I , I tae. 'X '-. ' an A 6 ... ,I X if X. - fi-- ' W nl tv, . 3 4' . . .y W A sz Q1 1? . wwf . -fy i'i ' 4 ' L K I Y-Q Wy I Ii as ii ' t ' ' I .,., X ,. A 1, Q. , A ,t I ,.,. A E kr. 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I ' -' smeeifz' f AX N31 I77 Rally, Rallyl Top row, left to right: Second row, left to right: Third row, left to right: Fourth row, left to right: Bottom row, left to right: SUPRINE, STEVE-Liberal Arts, Portland, Oregon SUSANKA, CHARLOTTE-Nursing, Portland, Oregon SWIBERG, EDWARD L.-Business, Portland, Oregon THOMAS, DONALD R.-Science, Hood River, Oregon THOMPSON, STANLEY J.-Liberal Arts, Eugene, Oregon TIERNEY, JOHN N.-Liberal Arts, Condon, Oregon TIPTON, JAMES P.-Engineering, Sherwood, Oregon TRENHOLM, RONALD B.-Business, Astoria, Oregon TUCKER, JANICE-Nursing, Seaside, Oregon TURNER, JOHN-Business, Hillsboro, Oregon UNDERDAHL, KENNETH T.-Business, Portland, Oregon VAILLANCOURT, DEAN L.-Science, Portland, Oregon VANCE, ALLEN L.-Science, Portland, Oregon VANDENBERG, DAVID R.-Liberal, Arts, Klamath Falls, Oregon VAN DYKE, GERALDINE-Nursing, Richmond, California VAN DYKE, GEORGE W.-Business, Forest Grove, Oregon VAN HOOMISSEN, JOAN M.-Nursing, Portland, Oregon VARDANEGA, DOROTHY-Nursing, Portland, Oregon VASSALLO, SAMUEL-Engineering, Portland, Oregon VIEIRA, ELLSWORTH E.-Science, Honolulu, T. H. VINCENT, NATHANIEL R.-Science, Portland, Oregon WALDEN, PHILLIP S.-Liberal Arts, Portland, Oregon WALKER, ALLEN M.-Engineering, Portland, Oregon WALKER, JAMES T.-Liberal Arts, Portland, Oregon WALKER, ROBERT L.-Business, Portland, Oregon WEBER, WALTER N.-Business, Oswego, Oregon WELLE, RICHARD Z.-Liberal Arts, Oregon City, Oregon WENT, BURTON H.-Science, Portland, Oregon WILKINS, CARROL R.-Liberal Arts, The Dalles, Oregon WILLIAMS, NORMAN R.-Business, Portland, Oregon WILSON, WILLIAM L.-Business, Portland, Oregon WIMMER, NANCY-Nursing, Boise, Idaho YARNE, BENSON K.-Liberal Arts, Portland, Oregon YAZALINA, FRANK S.-Business, Portland, Oregon YOHN, JEFFERSON D.-Liberal Arts, Portland, Oregon YRAGUI, LEON J.-Engineering YUKTONIS, ALPHONSE L.-Liberal Arts, Chicago, Illinois ZBINDEN, LILLIAN-Nursing, Salem, Oregon ZIELINSKI, GLADYS R.--Nursing, Salem, Oregon ZION, JACQUELYN J.-Music, Portland, Oregon J Q, I l as I Q me fu3E i 4.3423 s 37 ' . Q Q 3 js W 'V W' fk ,I A X hw! fe!! r. -x '71 f ft, ,-I':?5f',"'7:: Vg S if 'I , . e T ,R Q. ,.-.-,-, I All ,ggfgx , 1- , ..,. . - I78 i 5 I nf' v "" I , , l 1. r 1 5' 1 , H. .. 1 if ' gp"-lj 1'5" W '7ff'vif'f - 1 f ,fi Jr., r- .,.,,:, ,J "'. 'F . gy! 4 ' ' , .:. gr D 34 0.1 K! gk , . 3 N t A r I Q N . A If ,U 1. fi! X 'ip' 6.33 .f Y-.1 0 , Neem J- - v x I jx' It' ,pw C. I , Q ., Q 1 -It 5. wg K4 ' 2 , za, l was - .YX13 CLASS .v .4 1 MV' ww' - -1 A, ggff' 7, .f,.J., gl 5 ' , 4 Q 4 -M ,V .miwm-w'v5w,,...,..,....,,,.. MW Porltand's Christmas party, 'tra- ditionally under the direction of Freshmen in conjunction with Al Richardson of the Pilot House, was expanded this year to bestow a merry yuletide on 75 orphans. The student Christmas party was held another evening. Other activities include the initiation of a regularly published Frosh Bulletin to keep the class post- ed and active. Competition with the Sophomore class in both a field day and a talent convocation was noted. Bill Pickett, Secretary-Treasurer Freshman Classy Don Clark, Councilmanp Jim Popham, Vice-President. o s Lbby P dent, Freshmen Nurses: B Hy N rra c Vce-President. Class Cfficers Top row, left to right: Second row, left to right: Third row, left to right: Fourth row, left to right: Bottom row, left to right: AANES, JERRY-Engineering, Billings, Montana ABOTT, DEAN--Music, Klamath Falls, Oregon ACHTERMAN, KARL-Engineering, San Jose, California ALTENHOFEN, E.-Engineering, Portland, Oregon ANDERSON, J. R.-Liberal Arts, Portland, Oregon ARTHUR, LAWRENCE-Liberal Arts, Portland, Oregon AU, OTTO-Science, Hong Kong, China AULENBACHER, R.-Liberal Arts, Portland, Oregon AXON, GENE-Liberal Arts, Washougal, Washington BAILEY, T. M.-Music, Portland, Oregon BAILEY, W. D.-Business, Portland, Oregon BALDRICA, DONALD-Engineering, Portland, Oregon BALLARD, ROBERT-Business, Portland, Oregon BALLMES, O'DEAN-Engineering, Portland, Oregon BARBER, RICHARD-Engineering, Cornelius, Oregon BARNETT, BEVERLY-Nursing, Baker Oregon BARRETT, J. R.-Liberal Arts, Bellflower, California BARRY TOM-Liberal Arts, Portland, Oregon BARTLETT, ROBERT-Science, Portland, Oregon BAUER, ALICE-Nursing, Portland, Oregon BEALL, C. W.-Business, Vancouver, Washington BECKETT, BOB-Business, Portland, Oregon BEEBE, DON J.-Liberal Arts, Portland, Oregon BEERS, CARLTON-Business, Portland, Oregon BELECZ, THEODORE-Liberal Arts, Portland, Oregon BENNER, RONALD--Business, Longview, Washington BERGLIND, RAY-Engineering, Portland, Oregon BERNAS, MARTIN-Liberal Arts, Portland, Oregon BORSCH,WM,-Engineering, Maplewood, Oregon BOTTORF, PAUL-Business, Portland, Oregon BOZICH, STAN-Business, Portland, Oregon BRAUN, ERHART-Music, Portland, Oregon BROPHY, MIKE-Science, Portland, Oregon BROWN, WARREN-Liberal Arts, Hollywood, California BRUHL, GORDON-Science, Portland, Oregon BUCKLES, ROBERT-Engineering, Portland, Oregon BURDICK, ALDEN-Science, Portland, Oregon BURTON, IVAN-Music, Bend, Oregon BYRNE, PAT-Nursing, Shelton, Washington CAIN, TOM-Liberal Arts, Portland, Oregon 4' 4 1 fa 'X lil. N qi.1.,,, n , ffl - Q Fl I f I l i n-f A-V' ' U, . , l I A- . r V - . Q., I - ' ar I ,- L , rs, ,K ,bg z.. ....., t 4 . if ifs I J., . ML 1. Q1 IX SW Seem to get a kick out of this . ,gamma ' dl. 4- 10 . Q. ,, 1 ' . K Q -73. ,I A A if :'t' l:'i vs' I ' 4? ,T x ' we e lk X iii? .,e' .Q ,fi " V t ., mf. ,gs xg' A fa W - M. B.. 4 . fs Y ,fi f .fs R NX .,,....... 2 ,gl 1 ,. ES 5 K lt only took half an hour to pose this shot-everybody reads the Log. ' A ' " M11-mug." A: we sg, ,., . -. fs . ,. ,, X V 1 W ,,,. . . 195. 5. Mit 2- .::.:.:.:f-:2' " 1 L L' 1 ', ti! X 4, t , M Q I 'E' L , we f J 1 Q ML' 9 ' L9 It Top row, left to right: Second row, left to right: Third row, left to right: Fourth row, left to right: Bottom row, left to rioht: CAMPBELL, AILEEN-Nursing, Eugene, Oregon CAMPBELL, F. W.-Liberal Arts, Dunn, North Carolna CANNARD, R. J.-Liberal Arts, Portland, Oregon CANNING, F. D.-Liberal Arts, Portland, Oregon DON-Engineering, Portland, Oregon CARLSON, CAROSONE, ELMER-Science, Anaconda, Montana CARPENTER, D. R.-Liberal Arts, Portland, Oregon CASTELLANO, CHAS.-Business, Rochester, New York CEBULA, LEN-Business, Vancouver, Washington CHANDLER, ANN-Nursing, Portland, Oregon CHANG, ALEX-Business, Honolulu, T. H. CHORUBY, W.-Business, Portland, Oregon CHRISTENSEN, DOROTHY-Nursing, Aloha, Oregon CLARK, DON-Music, Santa Rosa, California CLAUSSEN, G. C.-Engineering, Portland, Oregon COATE, D.-Nursing, White Salmon, Washington COLLINS, T. B.-Business, Portland, Oregon CONLEY, FRANCIS-Business, Spokane, Washington CONNOLLY, WM.-Liberal Arts, Somerville, Massachusettes COONEY, TOM-Liberal Arts, Portland, Oregon COOPER, PAUL R.-Engineering, Duluth, Minnesota CREITZ, NORM-Engineering, Portland, Oregon CURTIS, L. R.-Business, Portland, Oregon CWALINA, HENRY-Engineering, Rochester, New York DANNELLEY, C. O.-Music, Portland, Oregon DAVEY, TONY-Liberal Arts, Portland, Oregon DAVID, JOAN-Nursing, Portland, Oregon DAVIS, LEONARD-Liberal Arts, Portland, Oregon DAY, DON-Business, Portland, Oregon DEISS, EUGENE-Business, Vancouver, Washington DELLAVILLA, JOHN-Liberal Arts, Rochester, New York DENSEM, JACK-Music, Portland, Oregon DHANENS, DONALD-Liberal Arts, Vancouver, Washington DIDIER, DON-Engineering, Condon, Oregon DIETZ, PHILLIP--Liberal Arts, National City, California DIGASPARI, V. M.-Liberal Arts, Canastota, New York DITZ, JOHN-Liberal Arts, Chehalis, Washington DONOVAN, RICHARD-Business, Portland, Oregon DOYLE, ROBERT-Liberal Arts, Portland, Oregon DOLE, WM. K.-Engineering, Portland, Oregon ssrr ffaf f if - 1-Tf""iiT 1 i .9 . "W K' A mmf? ei? H H AL , I.. f fm is. ' A . 7 P ...... , 1Ega:a:a.:.::::::.IaEeEsI:.. K - .I 'r'-fain " A '--f1'1'wt"' A 'WHA-...ffl ' 3, . A 1 59 'tr M - I is tl 'A -.----- . -- "ff f,..,:,, .3 Cz ' 1 3, .:.:.. . ' 'V :T '- - Ei g et. .. s - .:,: . We K K S Y wrist, 1 -Q f . ......- J' Y ' ' ' ' Ziff? M ..t,...1. ,.,....,.,. L. .. . T ' " t . m ' M ,fs-:pn-.v. ,- V' 2555, M ., V ,. ,Q P ---, - L . z 52 .W 2. ..,.. a H:-ga, -4 4 ""- tv 1: at w. -sgjg, '- - Aff - .,... f if fZW," .1 . rg , X 3 . L A ' A- H.. di - -1 L . 'A ..,.. V . Q. Y., K HQL. -4 93 if b X sa ' A ---- -X . . s .L .e we ifz Q it ff' K fi, s is V- 1 L mn 1 f -wx 5 y it islam., Emil A 2 ww M55 t ..,, . - 1. ..,- 5 .,,, I ,"' . - 'sw J J ' N , , ..,..,.,.,.,.,.,....,, ...A :,efea:sw:fs..- - .W . T ' f . , .W ' 'Z , , is 3 is - ,wi Il ft . W ik 1: ---.' ..,..., : -A -1 1 : ' V- 1113? ,.,, , aj, IHS? . X L' X 4 .E V - 2' " ' Zi' th -1 ' , f .. ..,.. it ' E X if ..,.. , ,..... M , .12-l M if . W .... ",' i 3 2 x f S . f it wx ,Re g I.: 1 182 Top row, left to right: Second row, left to right: Third row, left to right: Fourth row, left to right: Bottom row, left to right: DURNNIN, JAMES J.-Engineering, Portland, Oregon EBERT, JEAN-Music, Tacoma, Washington ELY, W. A.--Engineering, Portland, Oregon ENDRIZZI, EDDIE-Business, Bellingham, Washington ERVIN, BOB-Liberal Arts, Rochester, New York ESPINOSO, R. J.--Liberal Arts, Parkdale, Oregon ESTES, JIM-Engineering, Portland, Oregon EVANS, JOHN-Engineering, Silverton, Oregon FADER, ED-Liberal Arts, Portland, Oregon FAJER, JULIUS-Business, Portland, Oregon FAKE, T. M.-Science, Portland, Oregon FELTZ, P.-Business, Portland, Oregon FERRARIS, J. C.-Business, Portland, Oregon FERRERO, MIKE-Liberal Arts, Portland, Oregon FICK, ROBERT-Business, Portland, Oregon FITZELL, BARBARA-Nursing, Portland, Oregon FISCH, MICHAEL-Engineering, Portland, Oregon FLANAGAN, CHARLES-Science, Portland, Oregon FLECK, RICHARD-Business, Honolulu, T. H. FLEMING, WARREN-Liberal Arts, Camas, Washington FLESKES, LYLE-Business, Portland, Oregon FLURY, ROBERT-Business, Portland, Oregon FLYNN, P.-Nursing, Portland, Oregon FOLEY, TOM-Business, The Dalles, Oregon FORDNEY, WM.-Business, Portland, Oregon FRANCE, GENE-Liberal Arts, Portland, Oregon FRANGIPANI, FRANK-Liberal Arts, Portland, Oregon FRYER, R. E.-Business, Portland, Oregon FULTON, ROBERT-Business, Portland, Oregon GAFFNEY, ED-Business, Portland, Oregon GALE, JERRY-Liberal Arts, Vancouver, Washington GlACOMINl, A.-Business, Merrill, Oregon GIANOTTI, ALAN-Science, Portland, Oregon GIBBONS, DICK-Engineering, Portland, Oregon GIBBONS, JOE-Liberal Arts, Baker, Oregon GODLOVE, JOHN-Liberal Arts, Salem, Oregon GOETZ, ROBERT-Liberal Arts, Portland, Oregon GORGETTA, MARIE-Nursing, Portland, Oregon GRABOVAC, LUCILLE-Music, Portland, Oregon GRAHAM, DOUGLAS-Liberal Arts, Portland, Oregon . 4-LPfr?,r:f-:v-bfffvit'ft , ... I-JI 1" L . L' V 'W-A A I j ' K In vm I tx Q . rs, it .52 " F 9" ' ig! f - Q K Titus. rp MSB. 1 'EH Ae Q iii! old l We have some exchange students -w e A t I and some students we'd like to exchange Top row, left to right: Second row, left to right: Third row, left to right: Fourth row, left to right: Bottom row, left to right: GRAHAM, T. A.-Liberal Arts, Beaverton, Oregon GRANATA, FERDINAND-Liberal Arts, Portland, Oregon GRANT, JOS. V.-Business, Portland, Oregon GRASSEL, EDWARD-Engineering, Portland, Oregon GREGOIRE, JERRY-Liberal Arts, Portland, Oregon GREIF, WM.-Liberal Arts, Rochester, New York GUEST, L.-Music, San Bernardino, California GUSTAFSON, ROBERT-Liberal Arts, Portland, Oregon HALL, HERBERT-Business, Portland, Oregon HALL, LARRY-Business, Vancouver, Washington HALL, RONALD-Business, Salem, Oregon HAMPTON, BOB-Business, Portland,, Oregon HANAIKE, DON-Liberal Arts, Honolulu, T. H. HARTS, GEORGE-Liberal Arts, Lakeside, California HAUN, RALPH J.-Liberal Arts, Lostine, Oregon HEALY, ROBERT-Liberal Arts, Portland, Oregon HEDLUND, RICHARD-Science, Portland, Oregon HENDERSON, DON-Liberal Arts, Portlancl, Oregon HENKER, DEAN-Liberal Arts, Portland, Oregon HENNESSEY, GEORGE-Liberal Arts, Coos Bay, Oregon HICKMAN, JIMMIE-Business, Portland, Oregon HICKS, ROBERT C.-Business, Portland, Oregon HILGERS, MARTIN-Liberal Arts, Portland, Oregon HOCHSTATTER, H. T.-Business, Oregon City, Oregon HODGES, CHARLES-Business, Portland, Oregon HODGSON, RICHARD A.-Science, Santa Rosa, California HOLMES, JOY-Music, Eugene, Oregon HOLMSTROM, JAMES R.-Liberal Arts, Portland, Oregon HOSS, ALLEN-Business, Beaverton, Oregon HOWARD, GLENN-Business, Vancouver, Washington HOYT, JOYCE LEA-Music, Portland, Oregon HULT, JIM-Liberal Arts, Portland, Oregon HUMMEL, ED-Liberal Arts, Billings, Montana HUTTON, EDWARD-Engineering, Portland, Oregon IAMMATTEO, JOE-Engineering, Portland, Oregon IMEL, LON-Liberal Arts, Portland, Oregon IRWIN, JOHN-Science, Milwaukie, Oregon JACKSON, NATHAN-Business, Portland, Oregon JACOBSON, GARY-Music, Portland, Oregon JACOBY, WALTER-Liberal Arts, Portland, Oregon K, is JW X tt 'U 'I gk 2574 We 'J '92, Q ,S Q T wmv?-f f i i me -A--4 1, , - g 1 83+ T. , Q fe so z 4' A .W Y S I I A . ,,,. E I illil S N . .Q 3 1 ., 1 . E treat? 1 - X ,AM W i ....,, ,, Ee ,.,. ....s A t', Q l QS L g 5,551-gg 4- X il ,., -""' .T 1 " - or if 1 ' 1, N .: llll I ,. 'f mf 7 L 51 f e . "i' s C f 5 me 5 1 ' 5 ki 5 it gift 7' t ,o st . We 'W' f.. .v si Q th. on 1 bi' Q 1 ' t 3 I 6 'P Six Q, Top row, left to right: Second row, left to right: Third row, left to right: Fourth row, left to right: Bottom row, left to right: IQ N, , QV , JAHA, EMIL-Liberal Arts, Portland, Oregon JAHA, GEORGE-Business, Portland, Oregon JARDINE, JOHN M.-Engineering, Salem, Oregon JARVIS, LORENE-Music, Portland, Oregon JASPERS, LARRY-Engineering, Portland, Oregon JOHNSON, DAVID-Engineering, Portland, Oregon JOHNSON, DOUGLAS-Engineering, Troutdale, Oregon JOHNSON, J. W.--Business, Billings, Montana JONHSON, THOMAS L.-Engineering, Portland, Oregon JONES, JOAN-Nursing, Boise, Idaho JOYCE, HELEN-Nursing, Vale, Oregon JUENEMANN, CHARLOTTE-Nursing, Portland, Oregon KALANGE, GEORGE-Engineering, Boise, Idaho KALMBACH, DOROTHY-Nursing, Portland ,Oregon KANESHIRO, WM.-Liberal Arts, Honolulu, T .H. KAUL, MYRNA--Nursing, Portland, Oregon KEATING, JOE-Business, Billings, Montana KEENAN, J. M.-Engineering, Walla Walla, Washington KEENE, RON-Business, Salem, Oregon KEHRLI, DAVID-Liberal Arts, Portland, Oregon KEITH, LESLIE R.-Engineering, Russell, Kansas KELLEY, JERRY-Business, Portland, Oregon KELLEY, PATRICIA-Nursing, Portland, Oregon KELLY, JOS. F.-Science, Portland, Oregon KELLY, ROSE-Nursing, Portland, Oregon KENDALL, JIM--Science, Portland, Oregon KILLEEN, JACK-Business, Portland, Oregon KING, EDWARD-Music, Capitola, California KING, MARY-Nursing, Vancouver, Washington KLEES, DICK-Business, Portland, Oregon KLEIN, PETE-Science, eNwport, Oregon KNEPPER, LEO-Business, Salem, Oregon KOESTER, PAUL-Engineering, Dubque, Iowa KONG, LARRY-Business, Honolulu, T. H. KOVACH, J.-Business, Portland, Oregon KRAUS, MAT-Liberal Arts, Portland, Oregon KREMER, ROBERT-Liberal Arts, Portland, Oregon KROON, BOB-Engineering, The Dalles, Oregon KUSSMANN, B. D.-Nursing, Astoria, Oregon LALLI, DICK--Science, Portland, Oregon , -. . . 93+ .t X ., jr i i ,, 'L I - ' W :f 'Tif t'-' I VI Y -,v-' ,,., " V1 , . -E fiillitig g . 'ff if ' ---,- : V ,..,.,, 4 3, tf"E:i . - M , .... Q wr . V. -:M , , ,, -:I 5-. E , ig: ' is 5' .z.:,'.::. , :E Z " , ' it 1 ' , il , 6 X' 1, .... .1 l:1 - ' 5, '+L g ., '. 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Top row, left to right: Second row, left to right: Third row, left to right: Fourth row, left to right: Bottom row, ieft to right: LAMBERTH, CAUTHEL-Music, Portland, Oregon LANG, RONNIE-Engineering, Portland, Oregon LARSON, DON-Liberal Arts, Portland, Oreqon LEDBURY, ALFRED-Engineering, Portland, Oregon LEECH, NISBE-Music, Portland, Oregon LEGAN, F. W.-Liberal Arts, Rochester, New York LIBBY, D.-Nursing, Vancouver, Washington LINDQUIST, BILL--Engineering, Portland, Oregon LINS, RAYMOND-Engineering, Portland, Oregon LOOFBURROW, A. K.-Science, Portland, Oregon LORCIK, TOM-Liberal Arts, Salem, Oregon LORELLO, RlCHARD-Science, Anaconda, Montncla LUCHSINGER, DON-Liberal Arts, Portland, Oregon LUNDAY, ROBERT-Engineering, Portland, Oregon MALLON, PAT-Liberal Arts, Portland, Oregon MANNING, JACK-Business, Sioux City, Iowa MARGASON, A.-Nursing, Portland, Oregon MASON, DONALD-Science, Beaverton, Oregon MATHISON, NEIL-Business, Portland, Oregon MAYFIELD, DON-Liberal Arts, Newberg, Oreqon McDERMOTT, M. G.-Nursing, Osweao, Oregon MCELLIGOTT, L. J.-Business, Portland, Oregon MCGRATH, ED-Business, Portland, Oregon MclNTYRE, GORDON-Science, Milwaukie, Oregon MCINTYRE, J.-Nursing, Wosco, Oregon MCKAEL, LOUIS-Science, Portland, Oregon McKAVANAUGH, JOHN-Business, Anaconda, Montana MCKECHNIE, NORMAN-Engineering, Gearhart, Oregon McMANUS, R. L.-Business, Portland, Oregon MCNALLY, JACK-Business, Portland, Oregon MCTAGGERT, L.-Music, Klamath Falls, Oregon MEENE, ANN-Nursing, Portland, Oregon MERRILL, ROBERT-Business, Portland, Oregon METCALF, CHARLES-Liberal Arts, Portland, Oregon MEVES, HANS-Liberal Arts, Portland, Oregon MIKOLAVICH, DAN-Business, Portland, Oregon MILLER, J. A.-Nursing, Portland, Oregon MILLER, STAFFORD-Music, Oregon City, Oregon MILLIGAN, FRANCIS-Science, Victoria, B. C. MISTEN, R. J.-Business, Portland, Oregon . P , , ,,.,,. , ,,,,,,,,, ..,. - lilil if llil nil: i F? i lifii, K ,,A4 A Q, ,gf .l .. Sr i?-5s.e::4.. In 1-'ttf ,J ,N A if Nt ' E irt ' 1 , 4 :,l,- x ' ft ' " :gl- L 'EWS Q PV? fi:i.-l .. X' if Wi ',,f,.,s .,.:., . H233 Iit it l ' l I I, .,., bvuy 3 Z I ,.-., I Y, ., P ' 1 si R, +1-ff M, . .,,,. , ,, 1 vt, 5 l":::: E 'il ' 'gill . 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Top row, left to right: Second row, left to right Third row, left to right: Fourth row, left to right: Bottom row, left to right: 'll , IQ- ,...- 'N- 'euq 3 , QED' QQ I ri? if ' meme MITCHELL, RALPH--Liberal Arts, Portland, Oregon MITCHELL, RICHARD-Business, Portland, Oregon MOKU, HARRlS-Liberal Arts, Honolulu, T. H. MOORE, NEIL-Business, Portland, Oregon MORAN, HERB-Liberal Arts, Portland, Oregon MORGAN, ALBERT-Science, Wecoma, Oregon MORIN, PAUL-Business, Portland, Oregon MOSBY, RICHARD--Business, Molalla, Oregon MEULLER, FRANK-Science, Hermiston, Oregon MULHERN, LEO-Business, Vancouver, B. C. MULLER, VIRGINIA-Nursing, Portland, Oregon MURANTE, F. J.-Liberal Arts, Rochester, New York MURPHY, JIM-Business, Portland, Oregon MURPHY, ROBERT-Liberal Arts, Junction, Oregon NABUT, AMY-Music, Portland, Oregon NAMBA, JOE-Liberal Arts, Portland, Oregon NARRANCE, ELIZABETH-Nursing, Aberdeen, Washington NAUGHTEN, JAMES-Engineering, Claremont, California NAYLON, THOMAS-Engineering, Rochester, New York NEAL, ALLEN-Liberal Arts, Portland, Oregon NELSON, CHARLES-Business, Salt Lake City, Utah NELSON, CLARENCE-Liberal Arts, Salem, Oregon NELSON, JACK-Business, Portland, Oregon NELSON, MAYNARD-Business, Minneapolis, Minnesota NEUTZLING, MARGARET-Nursing, Vancouver, Washington NIBLER, W. N.-Business, Scappoose, Oregon NICHOLSON, N.-Nursing, Portland, Oregon NOOAN, TOM-Business, llwaco, Washington NOVIELLI, T.-Nursing, Portland, Oregon NOWACK, ARTHUR-Liberal Arts, Rochester, New York NUTINI, RAY-Business, Portland, Oregon O'CONNOR, PATRlCA-Nursing, Stayton, Oregon O'HALLORAN, LARRY-Liberal Arts, Tigard, Oregon O'LEARY, H.-Nursing, Paisley, Oregon OLlVERlO, RICHARD-Liberal Arts, Portland, Oregon OLMSCHEID, WAYNE-Liberal Arts, Portland, Oregon O'NElL, ED-Liberal Arts, Portland, Oregon OWENS, JOHN-Liberal Arts, PAPEN, R. A.--Liberal Arts, Portland, Oregon PATTON, JESSE-Science, Kansas City Mo. - f- F ,austin .' .'i2f::::2:ii2sEs,:-- ..., fi. QA W S J! gf, .. 15, .lt . if ' tit 2 'ffl -1,31 If ' 1 'li -Q " B " u Wtill if 4 il' A , . Mr ' . .- so 4 'lm ir' Cu yi: E. F73 1 gi, . , t . fi fp f 1 t ..... W' f . l ' t N 1 .5 .ts . . , i 4. 1, fiieee .YQ - -,Iwi .-St A ' f , FQ . s 16 1 ,'-, W ' -' ' s.,,F I , ,.,,.. , Q 3 'ft .R L .sz - X ,T fi ns Alzl rzg. 1 I .. X I W -:.:.:,f,:,:,,- 1 .-,.,.,.: . X - K slew, 'I I'-X V l . 1 A l F ,ga ' ' f-55' X My x., ' ' . A af ,, 'f ' .s,,. ' get ss, I A 1-if l P Ms. 2 'tems' is .. ' 'lv ' ' 2513: 25-, 'wif-5.555555 X if 'W '7 Q 45 ... f11:i.g::i:i:g .:,...,.. 2 ggi? ii' ' tx ml 5 F - :1-.. ,L t , C . nd's annual retreat opens with solemn high mass. ffl will X . . 31 , ' ' X. -s-as 1 Y is WFP fm! 'E :It 'siznw ' ' :". 4 ' - -'-- .... . ,, E, 1 ,.,.,.. . A x- A sa s sit 1. 1 "l t, .... I V ws, 5 ' Tift? t- J , as 4 t e r A .:. ' tg v if -he . Y 'R f S She . 3? . 2555525 IEEE' , Y I aiaiaiafeiar: iiiiifzl , as ..-:fi .W ...... ., 3, I, Il.: 5:-.:.,P EEE--.:.5,,.5 H X . 1 ,sf J ' A ux: : Z ,ff ta. .... 'TEN . x Q .Q 'M I X st , I -sr? 1: -- '::..:-" by , -..nf , Witt f E I I S X . X4 X 5 - ' , 5 4 Zalfziiflk ti f ,.s 5 . tar, trrr That's me right there! Top row, PEARLMAN, STAN-Business, Portland, Oregon PENNER, DEAN-Liberal Arts, Mt. Angel, Oregon PENNER, DOUGLAS-Liberal Arts, Mt. Angel, Oregon PETERSON, JACK-Music, Portland, Oregon PETERSON, WM.-Business, Portland, Oregon PETRIE, JACK-Music, Portland, Oregon PHILLIPS, B.-Nursing, Klamath Falls, Oregon PHILLIPS, JAMES-Science, Laurel, Montana left to right: Second row, PICKETT, BILL-Engineering, Klamath Falls, Oregon POPHAM, WM.-Liberal Arts, Portland, Oregon PORCELLI, CHARLES-Music, Portland, Oregon POWLOSKI, JAMES-Liberal Arts, Portland, Oregon QUINLAN, PAT-Business, Portland, Oregon QUINN, HUGH-Liberal Arts, Prineville, Oregon RASK, L. M.-Liberal Arts, Portland, Oregon RENIFF, A. L.-Liberal Arts, Portland, Oregon left to right: Third row, RENNIE, D. F.-Liberal Arts, Portland, Oregon RETALLICK, JOE-Liberal Arts, Tacoma, Washington RIGERT, JOE-Liberal Arts, Beaverton, Oregon RIPP, BERNARD-Liberal Arts, Sublimity, Oregon RITCHIE, ERNEST-Science, Prichard, Ala, RITSCHARD, RUDOLPH-Liberal Arts, Gresham, Oregon ROBERTSON, DONNA-Nursing, The Dallas, Oregon RODRIQUEZ, JOSE-Engineering, Guayaquil, Ecuador left to right: Fourth row, ROELLI, C. H.-Engineering, Oregon City, Oregon ROGOWAY, LARRY-Engineering, Portland, Oregon ROSENBALM, JAMES--Liberal Arts, Amity, Oregon ROWLEY, BOB-Liberal Arts, Portland, Oregon RUESCHENBERG, CATHERINE-Nursing, Seattle, Washington RUHLIN, DON-Science, Hillsboro, Oregon RULIFSON, J. R.-Liberal Arts, Portland, Oregon , RUMINSKI, B. A.-Engineering, Oregon City, Oregon left to right: Bottom row, RUMPAKIS, E.-Business, Portland, Oregon RYAN, JAMES-Busines, Warren Oregon RYAN, RICHARD-Engineering, Portland, Oregon SACKMAN, JACK-Music, Portland, Oregon SALMONS, REGINALD-Business, Portland, Oregon SALVO, ROY-Business, Portland, Oregon SANSREGRET, NORM-Liberal Arts, Bellingham, Washington SCHATZ, E.-Nursing, Pocatello, Idaho , left to right: 22 575 --- A c g i 2 .: L' M33-i "ii Z ",'-1 iliiii E Y iw: QQ t- - Wi, ",-: tiff 2 - + 1 51 1 :II .5 ,,.,1 M- -. :::" E tf' - Ill 'i L ..,., :'f: , E ,m2f'2'wj5:.4, "ig ..,.,., I 'fIf.212 .,.1 I"fEg ':::" , "::' ' .. ,,... 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A fifi ,.,, ' e' li? 2 '2 ss si 'ff-W ' ,Yew T-I H ff -1-e .,., t A 1 , .': V ,-.l vb 1 - , 5252, .,.,.,.,2 ' ' 1. iz' Ig. .W -: - - .hx . f 'V 'WM' 2 a .... I .fig ,Li ? ll : :elim ' :rr 1 ' W fi :asf il .- :-53535 i:-:1 E -:-' eg 222 Nl , X62 f n q 5553, ,... .....,. I ..... 5 3 i 5 A r I 3 4 1 . P tilts. 1, .Q ' 'EM .sw if A '1 . If .: A 2' .-.-. - ..,. 5 . Ms 33' anew: ill .W 2 .. 1 , 3, 1 dlll,"1i'...f ,.... If ft ....... " '-22 - 75:4 i " ' :lg-l E' ,fs fi W ,xg , A '77 .... ...i i'iiF'fl'l .,.f N 1.22.5 it ,i 2-'- ..... s 52:-F. 22252 I ,V H:-i t X si ' i f 188 Top row, left to right: Second row, left to right: Third row, left to right: Fourth row, left to right: Bottom row, left to right: pwr I SCHEEL, DOROTHY-Nursing, Portland, Oregon SCHILLI, JANET-Music, Portland, Oregon SCHIMEL, GORDON-Engineering, Camas, Washington SCHLOTFELDT, FRED-Business, Vancouver, Washington SCHOENFELDER, R. P.-Engineering, Portland, Oregon SCHWARTZ, BURTON-Liberal Arts, Vancouver, Washington SCOTT, MILDRED-Music, Longview, Washington SCULLY, ROBERT-liberal Arts, la Grande, Oregon SELTMAN, JOHN-Music, Portland, Oregon SENKO, D.-Nursing, Hillsboro, Oregon SERRES, JIM-Business, Oregon City, Oregon SHAFFER, STAN-Science, Portland, Oregon SHERMAN, HAROLD-Music, Portland, Oregon SHERRY, DENTON-Liberal Arts, Portland, Oregon SICKLER, D.-Science, Portland, Oregon SKOCH, ROBERT-Business, Portland, Oregon SMITH, DOUGLAS-Liberal Arts, Portland, Oregon SMITH, RALPH-Science, Portland, Oregon SMlTH, RONALD-Engineering, Portland, Oregon SPEAROW, ROBERT-Engineering, Yaclcats, Oregon SPRINGER, JOHN-Science, Portland, Oregon STAENDER, GILBERT-Engineering, Portland, Oregon STAFFORD, W.-Engineering, Portland, Oregon STALL, CAROLINE-Music, Oregon City, Oregon STEED, RAY-Science, Portland, Oregon STEED, WAYMAN-Business, Stockton, California STEELE, Wm.-Engineering, West Linn, Oregon STRODE, TED-Business, Los Angeles, California STRONG, sos-Liberal Arts, Portland, Oregon STUHLDREIER, JOHN-Engineering, Portland, Oregon SUING, JACK-Liberal Arts, Salem, Oregon SUNDBORG, BOB-Business, Salem, Oregon TALLEY, BEN-Liberal Arts, Portland, Oregon THELEN, JIM--Business, Billings, Montana THOMPSON, J. W.-Liberal Arts, Nehalem, Oregon TOPPING, CHAS.-Engineering, Portland, Oregon F wwf, Outmoded method of transportation xv, ,Q is il X i li it v ,Y.. .t ' I 4 i . ' ,QT 'T I ,Z ,.. X 5 N Ig.. 6 .. 1' F' x, W , lv, -H ,gg s Tome Top row, left to right: left to right: Third row, left to right: Fourth row, left to right: The arm bone connected to the wrist bone" Second row, TREMBLY, P. B.-Business, Portland, Oregon TROYER, L. R.-Liberal Arts, Portland, Oregon TWIETMEYER, EARL-Business, Portland, Oregon UPHODD, KEN-Science, Woodburn, Oregon VANDE WETTERING, CLARENCE-Liberal Arts, Verboort, O VASQUEZ, JOSE-Liberal Arts, Guayoquil, Ecuador VETESK, BEN-Engineering, Portland, Oregon VOS, NICHOLAS-Business, Portland, Oregon WAGER, K. P.-Science, Portland, Oregon WAGER. RICHARD-Business, Portland, Oregon WALKER, JAMES-Liberal Arts, Portland, Oregon WALSH, DONNA-Nursing, Lake Tahoe, Nevada WALSH, ROBERT-Business, Los Angeles, California WATERS, BILL-Business, Lakeview, Oregon WATKINS, FRANK-Engineering, Blanchester, Ohio WEATHERFORD, RICHARD-Engineering, Portland, Oregon WEBER, ED-Engineering, Portland, Oregon WEBER, JERRY-Business, Portland, Oregon WEIMAR, R. C.-Liberal Arts, Condon, Oregon WENKER, WM.-Science, Portland, Oregon WEST, JAMES-Science, Portland, Oregon WESTLUND, ROGER-Business, Portland, Oregon WILCOX, FRANCES-Nursing, Hillsboro, Oregon WILLIAMS, ROBERT-Business, Portland, Oregon WILLMARTH, J.--Business, Mt. Clemens, Mich. WINTERS, JIM-Liberal Arts, Portland, Oregon WISE, ZINA-Business, Portland, Oregon WONG, ELMER-Business, Honolulu, T. H. WOOD LARRY-Business, Portland, Oregon WOODS, SHARON-Nursing, Portland, Oregon regon left to right: Bottom row, WRUBLIK, R. P.-Science, Portland, Oregon YAP, NORMAN-Engineering, Honolulu, T. H. YEAST, JACK-Engineering, Portland, Oregon YOUNGBLOOD, J. R.-Business, Salem, Oregon ZETTLE, DONALD-Liberal Arts, Portland, Oregon WIRTH, NORMAN-Science, Portland, Oregon J' TW . , Q 2 .. , , - . . ..... ..,. Pm., t ,., 2' :"' 1.1.2 .-'.,. S cm JW? -'I QQ H 'I90 M m -. u - ,-3 Q, fjf:l,'J1 A w'ff" V2 -' , 'iq' 1 ' 'ln' V Q V ,H . A I ,L X Q J, A2-' Q."- I' A mp' +4 M vL v , , V , ' faisgri ' .1- . 1H'1P".J.A,n ,., 5 ' " 'f 'LI'-"ff iw in ayzn- TH 'I' , - vi ,, r u .vw W: . B . w.l' ' ' .' ' 51' , 4 A 4 f . , W f'.Z A 1 -, , NG , 1 d 4, . M., :, --15.1- v .J " ' ' F f n 1 V i . ,H Jgflxl, N M V? I ' 5' L1u-'num' .' ,'wr' g - x X ,Lk L A ,Q A . 1-,Zi " 'EW 1-,-7, -V . rn, ' : vu i,- V . 51" 4"'v"w ' 4- w - ml .is ' ' "fly l " . ,L ,I six ., ,. , ,- ig: ,.a, -'-nf -. +V, ,,.,'-N: -, 7 ff--sr., if ' ..'.,', .C VI ai? fr- ' .M nr E... A ' 1, iv .A-Mgt ,f 'S 'Tv .9 . LV, 'W 41 - ...... 3 A-ff A E? Q. P .f . . gf! 'rick N .,., . , ,, X x , A N. W . ,Q 'iw-X A .Q Q ? , ff? ,ref 'Q' , X, , ,W 3 Acknowledgmenfs The editors and staff of the Log take this very ordinary Way of extending their thanks to those people who gave some extraordinary help in the production of the Log. The aid of Mr. Bob Bovee and his staff at Hicks Chattens Engravers proved invaluable from the conference stage of the book last summer through the inevit- able last minute rush in April. Equally helpful was Mr. Allen Dunham of Dun- ha.m Printing Co., along with Joe Gunz, Ed Gomez and the crew in the print shop. They made the distribution of the Log by deadline possible. A special nod in the photography department goes to Herb Alden of the OREGON JOURNAL, the OREGONIAN, Don Ferris of the IDAHO STATESMAN, Robert W. King of George Pepperdine College and Max Dav- idson of Montana State College. Malcolm Rowley, Portland student, came to the aid of the staff photographers when the editors tried to have them in three places at once. Final curtsey goes to the business firms whose advertisements helped defray the costs of the publication. The lady's name is Dominique Suzanne DesGeor es, a ormidable name for such a small iri. Her father, who is staff photogra er or e o , was e ua or- 9 f 1 ph F 1hLg qilyf 9 midable in his campaign to have his favorite phoiograph printed in the yearbook. It wasn'f too tough on fight. 192 THE UNIVERSITY OF PORTLAND 1950 Lincoln 699 Allen C0 PIONEER LIBRARY BINDERY 115 S. W. 41h AVENUE BIIUKBINDING SPECIIILISTS LIBRARY BINDING 'SCHOOL ANN UALS Binders of the 1950 Log H G UNIVERSITY OF N I5 SMITH BRUTI-IERS CONTRACTORS EQUIPMENT RENTALS Vancouver, Washington Van. 3445 BR. 2073 HOME CHURCH SCHOOL NEIL KELLY Portrait Photography ARTCRAFT STUDIOS Downtown BE. 5594 528 N. E. 3RD AVE. PORTLAND 4, OREGON uk' Pioneer Fruit Distributors Wholesale Fruit 6 Produce For Every Iewelry Need Io-in the growing numbers who buy with complete confidence CLI .... ROY AND MOLIN Iewelers since 1912 316 S. W. 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Oregon COMPLIMENTS OF P07'tl0.7LCZ'S Fine J ewelefrs Zuma Regixlend jrweler: - Ameriran Gun Soriely Morrison at Parlz Avenue WUC 0 MEN'S WEAR SHIRTS -:- TIES -:- HATS 414 S. W. Washington. 195 TH E LOG OF THE UNIVERSITY OF PORTLAND 1950 GEORGE FICK CIGAR CO., Inc. 414 S. W. Sixth BR. 3068 WHOLESALE TOBACCO 8z CONFECTIONS featuring HELEN ARDELLA CHOCOLATES BERING 8z WEBSTER CIGARS . X K WHURNSIDE AT 21511 Ave, I-. .i Y v AED CHENEYII' 5. PAlAIIIt0Ml Date or Stag University Drug Store N. Lombard at Fiske. "Try Our Fountain" TW. 5525 Compliments of Mb 1504. PORTLAND SALEM EUGENE CORVALLIS Get The Best . . . For Least I.-.00K FOR THES-E NAMES ON YOUR NEW SPRING CLOTHES Hafrt Schafffnefr KL Marx Suits, Slaoks O Dobbs Hats O Arrow Shirts O Intefrwoven Socks O Bostonian Shoes h.4.,5. .r 8-A-, -C." ,aw dy4lzf ,fum may SPECIAL Checking Accounts are designed for the busy college student . . . No minimum balance . . . no monthly service charqe . . . only 51.00 for a book of ten checks. PENNINSULA BRANCH UNITED STATES NATIONAL BANK PHILADELPHIA AVE. and JERSEY Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation. 196 THE LOG OF THE UNIVERSITY OF PORTLAND 1 1Ir'k1Ir E.. .EMM I --, . I ., , X' QUQFZ. Q ,... ffflfvnlgzfffffff ' ,fum , N . gp9"ff5JxQ,, ,.,H Um si Tm- ANG.. I I QUAnn,xN1' , I ' I Ii SENISJR CLASS . 5 :IE I ':::.'r.::.:z.:::::f:d f3"'Um1w1Hfa A . . in . . f.m,.,,,,, . I I fn I'-....,, 5 If , ' i 1 f , I I ' Ak " . I3 I .gb I m,,,,,,,,,,.,IIIn1!I1t:1ff,a.,...3.x1.Trj , I II 1 mm 553 wk nh' N52fff75f-ff:g-.,- AXNXEQK . , l img-I.,ix1.fIIi""1'U""'u""" . M' "'-111' fin., ' S.. ?stuht1yg1dD'WWW,,,,.,.,,-I V qh,,,,,., .... .1,..',..,.,.. xqk A , ,W -I ,Nm -NW nl'- I' ' .' l . ,Z I ., I Y .sun vxfigihtnf' I " I' , -31, Vu ,Wu I 3 ..., HA-TJ' K-M 1 I QE PARISH YEAR I s1'.vInuv News San X QV Rafi, 1 Ei vgfwa. ii I , - . I. , ' I' I - A f ' - ni '-y'Nc" T v - S ' I U. A N-. ik.. QW 2 ' .. " .-YS 'I5 1- ' N1 - . 'Q .N Yin , I . , 051 'SM' I I. 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Boehmer, Mrs. Gabrielle ...,..,. Boehmer, Mr. George R ........, Bogue, Miss Barbara ...,......... Boheme, Sister Agnes de ........ Bonhorst, Mr. Carl ............... Bowles, Mr. Charles J .,,.... Bull, Mr. Harry O. N ........ C Cahill, Mr. Edward J ........... Carleton, Mr. Blondel H ......... Colichman, Mr. Eugene L ..,.... Coughlan, Rev. William J ....... Condon, Dr. Robert .......,....... Corry, Miss Sarah ..,...,............. Cremer, Mr. Cornelius V ........ Cruikshank, Mr. Jack T ......,. Culligan, Mr. James ...,..... Curran, Rev. John T ..,..,...... D D'Ambrosio, Miss Olga ...... Davis, Mr. Milton K ...........,. DeLaMare, Mr. Phillippe ......... Delaunay, Rev. John B ........ Dietz, Mr. Charles E ......... .. Duffy, Rev. William T ......... Dum, Rev. George L .....,....... Durbin, Rev. Clarence R ......... Durrell, Mr. Wayne ,............. F Ferrer, Mr. Edward F ......... Fogarty, Rev. James A ........ Foran, Mr. M. Joseph ......, Frulla, Mr. Guelfo A ......,. G Gallagher, Miss Isabelle ...,. Gavin, Rev. Michael J ......... Geuss, Rev. Henry A ............ Gomes, Mrs. Georgiann S ..,.... Gough, Miss Ruth E .......... Granbois, Miss Evelyn ......... Green, Mr. Cornelius H ....... Griffith, Mr. James R ........., Groeger, Mr. John C ........ Grondahl, Miss Joan ........... Gross, Mr. Alvin C ........,.......... Gudmundsson, Miss Anna .,...... H Hall, Miss Patricia ..............,.. Hamel, Rev. Charles F ....... Hamilton, Miss Jean ......... Hansen, Mr. Louis l ................. Harrington, Mr. Francis E ....... ........61 ........44 ........54 ........44 ........44 .,......54 ........54 59-142-143 .........60-88 ........6O ........60 .......44-111 ........45 .......,27 ........45 .........70-85 ......6-26-45 ....70-80-81 . ........ 45-83 31-150-151 ........70 ........45 .,....,.3'l ,,...,..45 ,........45-54 ........45 .....,..54 .......45-115 ........45 ........54 ...,...,45 ........70 ........54 ........45 Hays, Mr. Russell A ....... Hentges, Rev. Oscar R ....... Hewitt, Mrs. Carol ............... Hitchcock, Mr. Arthur B ......... Hobbs, Miss Geline ..........,.. Hoever, Rev. Hugo H .......... Hogl, Miss Grace E. ................ ...,.....45-91 ........45 .......56 ........56 .......,46 Hooyboer, Rev. Cornelius A .... ....... ..... . .46 Hooyboer, Rev. John J ............. Horton, Mr. lra H ............,.. . Howe, Miss Georgia B ....... Hussett, Miss Olive. ...... . J John of the Cross, Sister .....,.. Jones, Rev. Thomas P ....... Jorgenson, Mr. Carl ...... Juodeika, Dr. Vladas, ..... .. K Kahn, Mr. Joel F .,............... Kane, Rev. Clement E .....,... Keane, Mr. William J ......... .........22-27 ..,....,.60-88 ........56 ...,.....6-26-46 ........46 .........26-46 Kehoe, Rev .James P .............................,......... 46 Keys, Mr. James M ....... ...,.,... King, Rev. Robert W ......... Kogan, Mrs. Kate L ...,.., Kogan, Mr. William ....... Kosydar, Mr. Leo M ....... L Labos, Mr. Raymond .......... Lauer, Mr. Charles E ......... Lessard Dr. Maurice J ....... Loprinzi, Mr. Phillip G ....... Lyons, Mr. Paul J ............... M 46-105-111-177 ........46 ..,.....46 ........60 ........46 ...,....31 ........27 MacGregor, Mr. Warren S ........ ....,.., 6 1 Madson, Mrs. Helen ..........,.,... ........ 5 6 Martin, Bro. David ............... ........ 4 5 May, Dr. J. Arthur ...........,...... ........... 4 5 Mazzolini, Miss Brunetta E .......... ....,.,.. 'l 3-70 McCanna, Mr. F. James ............. ........... 6 5 McDowell, Rev. Archibald M .,....,. ........ 4 6 McGeary, Mr. George D ............ .........,,.......... McGrath, Rev. Joseph S ...,....... Mehling, Rev. Theodore J ....,...,,,..,... 25-113-173 Meienberg, Dr. Leo J ............ Merkle, Mr. H. Joseph.. .... Metzer, Mr. Olin O ........... Miller, Mr. Frank B .......... Molter, Rev. John A ......... Moore, Dr. A. R ...........,........ Moser, Bro. Ferdinand ......... Morrison, Rev. William T ....... Murolo, Mr. Marco ............... Murolo, Dr. Romana ...... ........ Murphy, Rev. Richard D ......... N Near, Rev. Arthur E ........... Nolte, Dr. Mark .................. O Orwig, Miss Bernice I .......... Osborn, Miss Harriett E ........ Othus, Mr. James C .,........ Ouellette, Mr. Paul E ........... Overmeyer, Mr. Philip H ......... 201 ..,.....93 ........46 .......61-B8-95 .......65 .......46 .......46 .......46 ...,....61 .....,.46 .......56 .........65-95 .........18-46 P Page, Mr. Elmer W ........ Parker, Mr. Merton C ....... Pellino, Mr. August ........ Pesky, Mr. Vincent .................... ..--.--- Peterschmidt, Mr. Arnold B. Phelan, Mr. William C ......... Philbrook, Mr. George ......... Piana, Madame Isabella .... Pieper, Rev. Raymond A ..... R Raitt, Mr. Robert J ............. Rector, Dr. Edgar M ........ Reith, Rev. Herman R ....... Remy, Bro. lAydtJ ........... Richardson, Mr. Al .............. Rigley, Rev. Maurice S .......... Rocque, Mr. Napoleon ............. Rosebraugh, Mr. Vernon H. S Sandstrom, Mr. Edward J ..,.... Santee, Dr. Joseph F.. ....... .. Savage, Mr. Charles H. ..,......... ..... . . ....,..66 ......47-138 146-147 , ,,.,,,,...,.,... 66 ........142-143 .......47 .......47 .......47 .......61 ............47-94 ...,....47-97-141 ...,..30-106 31-107 Sghqrbqch, Mr. Alexander ........ .............. 4 7 Scheberle, Rev. John W ..... , .... . Schirmer, Dr. Elizabeth H... Simmons, Mr. Floyd W .......... Skell, Mr. Philip S .......,,. Smith, Dr. Frank B ...... Spada, Dr. Nello ..,..,... Starr, Mr. Merle A .......... Stevens, Dr. Arthur L ......... Stickney, Mrs. Gertrude ...... Stites, Mr. William H ..,..,.. Stokes, Mr. Edward D ....... Stott, Mr. Walter J ........... Sutcliffe, Mr. James ............ Sweeney, Rev. Robert H .... T Tedeschi, Mr. Joseph V ............ .........47-94 ......47-115 .....,.61 .......47 .......61 .......6'l 8-47-87 ......,61 .,..,,......108 .,.......26-44 .47-115-126-127 Thompson, Mr. Walter S ................................. 65 Thorne, Dr. Norman .......... Tichy, Mr. Michael W ......... Torson, Mr. James M ....,...... ......... 4 7-131-146 Trenholme, Mrs. atherine ......... U ..,...,...... .56 Underwood, Mrs. Aurora P ........ ......... 7 0-84 Underwood, Mr. Rex ............. V Van Zile, Mr. Charles J ...... Vossen, Miss Dorothy E ........ Vassallo, Bro. Godfry ....... W Wack, Dr. Paul ................... .. Walls, Mr. Bernard T ......... Weinzirl, Dr. Adolph ........... Whiting, Mr. Richard J ........ Wiesner, Mr. John A ......... Williams, Mr. M. D ......,..... .........70-81 ..,......56-88 .........60-89 ,......61 .,.....27 15-1 26 Williams, Mr. Wilbur S ............. . .............. 65 Wisecarver, Mr. John G ....... ........... ....,.,........ 4 7 Wright, Mr. Harry C ..... 11-47-113-114-115-116 Z Zancanella, Mr. Narciso W ......... .......... 4 7 Zimmerman, Mr. C. Robert ......... ........ 7 0-83 A Aanes, Vincent Gerald ,,...... Abbott, Dean Edward ...... Accettura, Tom Robert ......... Achterman, Karl Gregory ...,,,.. Acre, Thomas Clyde .......,..... Acuna, Rudy ...,................... Agerter, Rodney Royal ........, Akers, John Francis, Jr ........... .....s....89-181 .....,,.76-89-181 81 .......,.156-160 Albrich ,John Anthony, Jr ..,..... Alexander, Richard Bruce .....,... Alfstad, John Howard ......... Alloway, William Rex ............ Altenhofen, Edward Elden ...... Altenhofen, Kenneth F ............. Ameele, Ray LeRoy ..,............ Anderson Anderson Anderson Anderson, Anderton, Anderton, 1 Darrel Eugene ...,,,.. Frank Arthur ......... Jerry Orval .....,.. ., ......... 127-181 ........32 .,........160 ......,89-170 12-181 Robert R ..,....................................,. 32 David Kenneth ........ 32-91-93-96-106 Richard John ..................,..... 112-160 Andrich, Robert B ............. Angle, Howard Lee ...,.. Anthony, Frank E ...... , ..... . Anthony, George ......... ........ Apiagyei, Lawerence B. B ....... Arenz, William H ..............,... Ariavac, Anthony John ......... Arthur, John Alexander ....... Arthur, Lawrence E. ...... ...., . Au, Otto Yun-To ...........,............ . ......... ...89 .......160 .......170 , ...... 141 12-181 ........88-181 Aulenbacher, Richard Jerome ..,........... 126-181 Baker, Callxson, David E .,................,... Aulisi, Joseph E ..... ........ .... , ......, . Aune, Ethel May ..,..,...... Axon, Baer, Gene Audrian ........ Gottlieb John ......... Bailey, Charles B ....... , Bailey, Thomas M ...... Bailey, William D ...... Robert E ....... Rlbert D .... ...... ...,.,... . Balch, Baldrica, Donald Joseph ....,... Ballard, Robert Clarence ..... Ballmes, O'Dean Edwin ....... Baltz, Thomas Frederick ....... Banliielcl, Harry Michael ....... Bankhead, Julian Kingsley ......... Baratta, Robert Louis .....,...... Barber, Richard Harry .....,,.. Barendrick, Roger Erwin .,,...... Barnes, Eugene Virgil ........... Barnes, Wilbur Morris ,.... Barrett, James R ................ Barry, Thomas Richard ....... . Barta, Donald K. ............... Barta, Jerry P ................. Bartlett, Robert G. ,.....,... . Bartley, James Anthony ..,,... Barton, Glen N ................, Basabe, Earnest Eugene ,.... Bauer, Donald Wesley ......,. Baumann, Albert William ...... Bayes, Jimalee B .......,.,.. . ,....... Beaderstadt, Duane Elwin ......... Beall, Chester Willard ............ Bean, Don Lewis ......,.,... Beard, Thomas A ........ Beard, Paul, Jr .......... Bebee, Robert M ........ ......181 .......170 ......,l70 .......181 ..,....181 .......160 . ..,... 181 ......,1B1 .......181 ....,..34-67-95 ........17-170 ,........150-151 ............126-181 ,....,,138-150-151 ................B8-95 .......181 .......B0-105-170 .........146-170 .........17-82-170 .......181 .......170 ......,.48 ....,,170 Sfudenf lnclex Becic, John Nickolas .,..... A 146-147-148-170 Becic, Thomas Robert ....... ..i............... 1 46-148 Becker, Bernard L ....,.. Beckett, Robert E .....,,.. Bee, Adrian E .......... , Beebe, Alfred W ......... Beebe, Donald Jack ........... ......181 .........160 ..........,.170 .....,..127-181 Beers, Carlton Edward ....,....... . ....., 95-112-181 Belecz, Theodore Bernard .....,.. ...,..,. 1 12-181 Bell, Harry Conlee ,.,....,.... Bell, Robert O. ..............,..... , Bellerby, Thomas Michael ...... Benner, Ronald John ........... Beno, Joseph J ....,........., Benveniste, Irving I ........ Benz, Alfred Francis ...........,. Berg, Maynard Russell ,,....... Bergin, Robert J ...,,........,...... Berglind, Raymond Hugo ........ Bergline, Wallace Vernon ....,. Bernas, Martin Edward ....,.. Berndt, Kurt Henry .,....... Berry, Arthur J., Jr .......... , Bertrand, John Earnest ....... Beseda, Anton A ......,.,...... Betham, Edward Ivan .....,.. Bettey, Edward Elton ........ Beyer, Gilbert P .................... Bickford, Max Edward ...,..,.. Bird, Paul, Jr ....... .,............ Bisenius, James William ...,.,. Bisenius, Richard Charles, ....... Bishop, Elmer Alfred. ...,.... .. ,,.....,32 ........48 ,........181 .......32-111 ......170 ..,...170 ......160 .,....181 ,.......32 ......181 ......160 ......160 ...,.,117 ........32 ........32 ..,.,,160 .....,..32 Bishop, Ezra ..........,............,.... ...... 1 70 Bishop, John Burton .......,.,......,.. ............... Bissonette, Francis Clifford, Jr ....... ....,.... 6 2-89 Black, Floyd Irving ........,........,... ,.....,,....... Black, Merwin Earl ............... Blackstead, Joseph Henry ....., ......170 Blair, John E .......,.,,............ .,.....,,..,..,..,...,..,,. 3 2 Blankenship, Phil LoRoy .....,.......... 81-83-85-170 Blatner, George J ....,.........,...........,,.,.,,..,,.,..,,,. 48 Blessing, George Marshall, Jr ........ Blomberg, LeRoy Morris .......... Bloomer, Joseph Cullen ....... Bogdanovich, Anton ,...,.. Bolf, Edward Henry ,...... Boner, Fred Charlan ............. Borho, Charles Donald ......... Borroz, Telio Andrew ...,.... Borsch, Ferd John, Jr ....,.. Borsch, William Henry ......... Bottaini, Leo John ................. Bottaro, Raymond Frank ........ Botti, Lido Dan ...,................. Bottolfson, Ralph Lee ........ Bottorf, Paul Homer ....... ..,.z.80-170 ......170 .......,67 ...,....4B ......91-104-160 ............181 ..,...170 ......170 ......170 ....,.181 Botts, James Arthur, ...,...,..,...,,.,..,,,,,,,..,, ,,,,,, 1 60 Bowen, Fred O ....., .. ......... 116-117-150-154-170 Bowman, Wayne Orr .......,.........,.......,....., 67-80 Boyd, Eugene, Jr ............ Bozich, Stan Anthony .,,..., Bradford, Robert Lee ......... Bradley, Richard W ........ Brady, James Joseph ........ Brady, Ralph Hugh ............ Bragg' William Robert .....,... Brakebush, Harold E ......... Braun, Erhart ..,,.....,..,.,,.. Brazil, Clarence Earl ....... Breimon, Clarence A ......... Brenne, Kenneth A. ....,. . 202 .....,......160 .......,146-181 .,.,,..8O-160 ...,....62 ........4B ........32 ........32 .......80-181 ....,.170 ........67 Brenne, Robert Nelsen .......... Brislawn, Mrs. Mary Ellen ,...... Brisson, Erval Joseph. ...... . Brock, Joseph Allen. ...... Brooks, James O'Neil .,........., .......48 ,........170 ........,121 ..,,..,..170 ....,....181 Brophy, Michael Emmett ..,...... Brosy, La wrence R. ,,..... ......... .......48 Brown, C. Allan, Jr .................... ..........,............. Brown, H arry Austin ..............,,.......,,,.,...,.,..,...,.., Brown, J. Warren ............ 130-131-132-133-181 Brown, Richard Ray ...v.,....,......,............,......... 48 Brown, Robert A ................... ....... 3 2 Brown, Theodore Gilliam ......... ....... 6 7 Browning, Dale Richard ........ Brozene, Joseph J ......,.....,. Bruce, Lloyd John ........ .......... Bruer, Joe .....,......,.,.. ....,..,..,.. .........170 .........170 Brugato, Joe, Jr. ............ ..146-148-149-154-170 Bruhl, Gordon John ................. Bryan, Patrick LeRoy .....,... Buckles, Robert Wiley ............ Burchett, Kenneth Walton ....... Burda, Leonard ...............,....., Burdick, George Alden ...,.. Burgess, Eric W. ..,........ .. Burke, Harold E .............. Burke, Robert William ....... Burks, William Elmer, Jr ....... Burns, Bob ..,.,..,,,....,,...,,,,,,, Burton, Ivan Austin .... ..... . Butcher, Frederick Allen Byrne, Ralph Edward ......... Byrne, Tom Goetz .......,... C Cade, Edmund Ross ....,..... Cain, Thomas William ,.,.., Caldwell, Keith William .,..... Call, Robert F .........,,....... Callaghan, John M. ........, . Callicrate, John Patrick ........ Callicrate, William Henry ....... Campbell Campbell Campbell Campbell Campbell 1 , Donald Howard.. Donald Lawrencez. , Floyd James ........ , Forrest Edwin ...... , Robert B ............... Campbell, William Bradner.. Cannard, Cannard, Cannard, Canning, Capitolo, David L. ............... . Ralph James.,. Donald L ...,........ Frederic Dale ........ Luigi Nicola ,.,..... Cappiello, John Peter Carangelo, Fabian A ..........., Card, Owen Joseph ....,,., Carich, Lawrence John ....... Carley, Gerald Russel ......... Carlson, Carlson, Carlson, Carnine, Carnine, Daniel James .......,.. Donald Clifford ...... Herbert Clarence .... Glenn Thomas ..,,. John Bruce.,,......,.... Carosone, Elmer Joseph ...... Carpenter, Donald R ...... Carr, Patrick Brennan ....... Carr, Wesley Armond ......, Carr, William Patrick ......... Carroll, Blaine P ..........,, 35-48-105- .........171 .........181 .........160 .........160 ......62-88-95 .........171 .....,...156 .........181 .......32 ......,32 .........171 .....,...171 .........181 .........171 .,.......l60 .........160 ....... .160 ..... ..33 ......,.182 ....,,..160 ...,...48 1 82 .....,......1B2 .......146-171 111-120-153-154 ,.......36-48-110 ............146 .........171 .........171 ....,...1B2 .......33 .........160 ........182 ........182 ........16O .,.....33 J Carroll, Thomas Earl ...... .......................... 4 8-105 Carroll, William Thomas ........ Carter, Elwood John .,..,, 120-154-158-160 Carter, Thomas Vincent ........,... 48-75-90-91-160 Cartier, D. Duane ......... Case, David .......,...... Case, Sarah Ann ............ Casey, Robert Gilmore ....... Cash, Rogert H. ..............,.... . .......17-82-171 Casserly, William Ryan, Jr ....,.......................A 48 Cassidy, Dennis Lawrence ............ 17-B6-87-160 Cassinelli, Leo Angelo .......... Castagna, Joe ...............,.......... . ...............,,.... 33 , ..i......,....... 126 Castagna, Edward Anthony ......,.,. 120-154-171 Castellano, Charles Angelo .... Castellano, Joseph I ............... Cavanagh, Bernard Anthony, ,...... ,.,..,, 3 3 Cebula, Leonard Lauren .......... Cereghino, Albert Louis ,....,.. Cerri, Gerald Joseph ...........,,. Chadbourne, Jack Willard ...... Chaffey, Leonard Vincent ...... Chance, John Arthur ......,...... Chandler, Melvin Thomas .,.... Chang, Alexander K. S. ....... . Chase, Perry John .......... Chastain, Gerald Elson ...,. Chek, Albert .....,........... Cherednik, Pete D ........ Chilcote, Kenneth E ...........,.., Choruby, Walter August ..........., Christiansen, Harold Donald .. .........., 182 ........37-87 ,. ....... 48 .. ..,.......... 33 . .,..,............., 33 .......B0-85-171 . ...,,...... 171 ......80-182 .,......160 .....,,.171 ..,....48 ........................33-100-114-118-125-154-156 Christnacht, James F ................,.........,.......... 171 Clarizio, Michael Angelo .,.........,.,,,...i.,.,...,.. 171 Clark, Don Virgil .................... 74-81-82-180-182 Clark, Thomas Franklin, Jr ..,...,...................... 33 Clarke, John A ......................,... Clausnitzer, James Herman ........ ........171 ......82-161 Clausnitzer, Kenneth William ....... Claussen, George Curnow, ....,.... ........ 1 82 Clearwater, Donald E ........ Clessler, William Clancy ...... Clohessy, Robert Patrick ..... Clothier, Bill Lee ....,,............ Coate, Rufus John ..........,..... Cochrane, William Richard Coffey, Coffey, James Richard .,..... Willis Clarence ........ Colbert, William Emery ...... Cole, David Earl ....,......... Cole, Edward Maurice ....... Cole, Jay Howard .....i..... ..,....33 ........161 ............33-105 ,.....126-144-171 ...........161 ........9-74-75 ........171 ...........161 ......,.,39-167 Collins, Charles Evens ..,,,,. ,,,....,,,.,. 3 3 Collins, Kevin .......,.......... .,....,.....,. 1 61 Collins, Richard .............,.... ,,,,.. . 107-112 Collins, Thomas Bernard .,.,,,,. .,,,... 1 12-182 Combs, Burton George ...... ...........,i.......... Combs, Earl Randall .................... 120-154-171 Concannon, Donald Joseph .............,......,,....,, 49 Conley, Francis Edward ....... .....,. 1 27-182 Connell, William F. X ...,...... Connolly, William Ernest . Connor, Leo John, Jr ........... Connors, James E. ..... ,... ...,. Conrad, Fred Clarence ........ Conrad, William Howard .. Conway, William H ............ Cook, Thomas Wright .....,.... ..,.... 121-161 .......126-182 ...,.....33-117 ...........171 .,..... 141-171 ...... ..,.,........ . 161 Rosemary Colette ..........,. 84-86-87-171 Tom E .,....................... 74-110-179-182 Cooke, Cooney, Cooper, Keith Donald ...... Cooper, Kermit A. ...... . Cooper, Paul Rayn ,... Cooper, ........171 ........182 Robert M .......,........,. ........ Copp, Albert Winburn, Jr ...,... Castellano, Charles ..... Costello, Manuel, Jr. .,.... . Coughlan, John A ........ Coxon, John Vincent ...,,. Coyle, John Anthony ...... Crain, Robert L .............. Craviatto, Robert John .,........ Creegan, James Vincent ..... Creitz, Norman A .........,. Crockett, Marvin Ted ...... Croman, William Keith ......, Crommie, E. Dean .......... Crane, James Russell ...,,. Crane, Jerry L .,..i.......... Cronin, William M ...........,,,.. , .... Crucchiola, Eugene Antonio ..,.,.... Crummie, William Robert ...... Cullen, Robert Joseph ..,.,... Cullerton, Thomas Patrick.. Cummings, Donald Robert. Cummings, Orville E ...,.,.... Cunningham, Lee Scott .,.,...... Cunningham, William Ellis Currie, Douglas Eugene .,..,... Curry, John Paul ...,. ......... Curtis, Louis Rex, ..,,. .. 19-120-154 .......49 .......49 82-89-95-112-171 ...........171 ........49-89 .......33 .......33 .......33 .........91-171 ........161 171 ...flfiiizz Cwalina, Henry l ...,.,....,..... ....... 1 31-182 D Dailey, Glenn E ....i............. ...............-- Dahl, Joe ............,...,.,..,... ...-..........-- 1 50-151 Daly, John Augustine ................ 49-91-110-111 Damonte, Frank Joseph .....,...............,............ 34 Danaher, Jerome Francis ...... Dang, Joseph Thomas .....,. Daniel, Brion Lloyd ........ Danielson, Robert Alan ...., Dannelley, Claude Orin.. Danner, Robert Eugene ,,... Darby, John Wilfred ...... Darling, Charles M. .......... . Davey, Francis Anthony .....,.. ........161 ........171 ........171 82 ........161 , ........ 34 ........171 ....... .182 Davidson, Robert Leonard ......, ........ 1 71 Davis, Leonard Vernon.....,. Dawson, Robert Moyer ,...... . ........182 .......67 Day, Donald Lee ,.,,.......... ........ 1 82 Dayog, Lou DeVera .....,.. ..-.--..-.- Deahl, Jack E ......,............ ........ 1 61 Decker, Henry Jerome ....... ....... ........ 1 6 1 Decker, Wesley Robert ....................... ...v..- 3 4 DeCristoforo, Richard Leonard ......... ..,.,.. 4 9 DeFoe, Paul Wilson, Jr. ....,.......... ...,.--- 1 71 DeGastyne, Serge Benoist ..,.... .,,.... 7 2 Degerstedt, Dean Victor ...... Degedstedt, Lynn M. ........ . DeGrandpre, Louis David ...... Dehning, Edward W ........., Deibele, Charles F ...,.... Deiss, Eugene Joe ......... ........161 , ...... 49 .......34 ........171 ......,,182 Delaney, James Lea .................................... .... 3 4 Della, Angelo Paul .................................... 34-90 Della Villa, John Vito ,..... 126-146-147-149-182 Demarinis, Vincent Francis Demmy, George ................. Denhart, William Daniel ...... Densem, Jack Irving ....... DePew, Howard ........... Dernbach, Theodore, ....,,....,. . , ................,........ 161 ...........161 .........8O-182 12 DesGeorges, Henry Lucien ....... ..,...... 9 3-171 DeSimio, Peter James ....... Devich, Robert Richard .............. 34-131-132-154 DeVito, Phillip ................., .................... 1 71 Dhanens, Donald C ............ .........., 1 82 Dickson, Gerald William ........ ......... 8 0-161 Didier, Don Mathew ....,.,.... Dietz, Philip Ralph ,,.. ...., , ...........182 ....,...182 DiFabio, James George ......... ........ 1 72 203 DiFabio, Phillip Gabriel ............ Digarpari, Vincent Michael ...,.. Dinneen, Lawrence A -.......-------- DiNucci, Joseph Carl ............, DiPonzio, Rocco Anthony .,...... Ditz, John William ........--.-..---- Dobler, Fred Leo ............,.... Doherty, Brian Cornelius ....... Doherty, Edward Michael ....... Doherty, Patrick Earl ...... Dolan, Terrence John ,......., Domier, Gerard Francis. ........ . .... . ...........161 .......126-182 .........75-161 ...........127 .......144-182 ........161 .17-87-93-161 Donnelly, James Patrick ........- . ----- ------ -------- 1 7 2 Donnelly, Philip James ...,... Donner, William John .,..,..,... Donovan, Richard Leland, ..... .. Dooher, Anthony James .,..,... Doran, Ralph M., Jr .....,..... . Dorres, Donald Glen ...... Dougherty, John Linus .....,. Douglas, Fred John ...., Douglas, Lee Thomas ...... Doumitt, Richard Ellis ...... Downard, Percy Neil ...... Downey, George Earle ......, Doyle, Joseph Lawrence ...,. Doyle, Robert Cletus .....,....... Doyle, William Klement .,....... Dreigbach, Charles V ...................--..-- . ------ - ......,67 ...........182 ....,..152-161 ........172 ........161 ........161 .....,.8B ........172 ,......34 .,.....34 .,,..,..182 ........182 34-89 Driscoll, Thomas Patrick .......----------- ------------ 1 72 Druxman, George Stanley .,.... 117-146-154-161 DuBois, Joseph W ..---.---------- Duerfler, Raymond Cletus Dungey, Del Wayne ......------- Dunn, Dorothy Anne ........ Dunn, Francis Eugene ..,.., Dupuy, Howard Moore .....,. Durkee, Robin Kenneth ....... Durkin, John Patrick .,.,,,..... Durnnin, James Joseph ..... Durrie, Harry Leon .......... Dusenberry, Larry A ....... Dyrhaug, Lawrence C ........ Duyn, Gerard, Jr ............. E Early, Kevin Francis ........... Ebert, Jean Marie .............. Eckort, Eugene Raymond ..... Eckstorm, Keith Donald ....... Eddy, Donald Lee ................. Ederer, Joseph Anthony, Jr ..,...,. Edgerton, Robert Francis ...., Egli, John D .........-.......--------- Egli, Samuel LeRoy, Jr. .... . Eissler, Beniamin Bruno ....... Elerick, Jack Stewart .....,... Ellers, Kenneth Richard ....... Elliott, Jack Sterling ,....... Elliott, Joseph .......-.... Elliott, Robert Lee ......... Ellis, Earl Bruce .......... Ellis, Virginia Lee ..,,..... Ely, William A. ........... . Emery, Burdett F. J .......... Endrizzi, Eddie Gerald ...,.,. English, Jack Hedges ...... Ericksen, Carl Franz ,....... Ernst, Richard Frank ....... Ernst, Rudolph, Jr. ......... . Ervin, Richard Manley ......... Ervin, Robert Joseph ......... Erwert, Clarence Francis ...,, Espinoso, Robert Joseph ..... Estes, Charles N. ............... . Estes, Jim Roland ...... Esty, Kelton C. ...... . ........172 ........81-83 ........172 ........172 .,..,,..161 ...,,...183 ........172 ........161 .......82-84-183 ...........172 .......34 ........161 ........161 ........161 ..,ffffiliZlm .....,,,...172 ........172 81-83-84-172 83 .........49-107 .,......183 ........161 .....,,..34-172 .,.....141-162 .......,183 .......82 ..,.....183 .......62 ........183 ........172 Gutierrez, Paul ..........,...... Hale, Robert Wayne ....... Evans, John Allen... Ewart, Hugh W. ....,. ..... . F Fabriz, Glenn R ..,................ Fader, Edward Joseph ........ .......183 ......81 Fair, Nelson Dickey ...........,.. ........ 1 7-18-87-172 Faier, Julius Vincent ........v.......,.,........... 146-183 Fqier, Michael John ............ 34-146-147-153-154 Fake, Theodore Martin ................................ N183 Farlin, George William ........... . ..,.....,........,... 35 Farrell, Bernard Joseph ...................... 40-49-111 Farrington, Howard Donald ...... . ....-.v...--- 162 Fay, Edward Joseph .................. . ...... 172 Federspiel, Robert Thomas ........ ....... 1 62 Feller, Roger Harry ...,..,.......... Feltz, Paul Patrick ........... Fennimore ,Emmett L ....,... Ferdig, Gordon Delos .....,.... Ferraris, James Camilla.. ..,.. .. Ferrero, Mike .........,....,...... Fick, Robert Norton ..,... Findlay, Van J ............... Firchau, Henry John .......,. Fisch, Michael Joseph .......,. Fischer, Wilbert Joseph ...... Fisher, Frank L. ,..... ..,....... Fisher, Harold Lloyd ......... Fisher, Richard J. ............... . Fisk, Robert Adrian ............... .......172 .......183 .,.....162 .......183 .......183 .......183 ,......162 .......4-183 .......49-94 .......172 .......162 Fitzgerald, Robert George ........ ........, 3 5 Flaherty, John Thomas ......,.... Flanagan, Charles Edward ........ ........ 8 2-183 Flanagan, Daniel M. ............. Fleck, Richard Neal ....t........., .......183 Fleischman, Kenneth Dale ........ ....,.. 1 62 Fleming, Louis McCarviIIe ....... Fleming, Warren Dale ..,..... Fleming, Warren Robert ......,,. Fleskes, Lyle Jerome ......... Flury, Robert Joseph ......... Flynn, Donald Stewart. ...,.. . Fodor, William Browney ....... .......183 .......183 .......183 .......172 Fogarty, Patrick Matthew ..,................,.......... 35 Foleen, Alvin Harold .............................,....., 162 Foleen, Carl Ray ,.......,............ .129-131-168-172 Foley, Frederick William .,.,.,...........,..........,. 35 Foley, Robert M ..........,..... Foley, Tom Joseph .............. Forbes, Dexter Raymond ..........................., 35-41 Ford, Peter Lewis ........,,............ 35-91-92-94-155 Ford, Robert Earl ...............,.....,...,...................... Fordney, William Edward ..... ....... 1 83 Forker, Robert E ..............,,.., ........,. Forman, Willis R ..........,..,...... ....., 6 7 Forrest, George Biddle, Jr .,,..,. ...,... 1 72 Forsberg, Vincent Everett ...,... Fortun, Fortun, Foster, Foster, Fouch, Fouse, George Raymond. Leonard J. .......... . FrancisJ .... . ........ Joseph Frank ,..,... James Conklin ...., Marian .......... ,..... Fox, Robert D ..........,.,... . Foy, Edward Patrick ......... Fragas, Thomas llae ......,.. France, Gene Gravelle ........... .......162 .......162 .......172 .......162 .......172 ,......162 .......162 .......'l72 .......183 Frangipani, Frank Robert ..,..... ,...,.. 1 83 Frank, Robert Thomas ....,,..... Franklin, Joseph Lee, Jr ...., Frawley, Allen John ......... ,,.... 4 9 Frazier, Lyman Eugene ......,. .,,,,.. 1 72 Freeman, Earl Edward .,........,,,,,,,...,.,,,.....,... 172 Freeman, John Henry 17-120- 1 22- 1 23-124- 1 25-162 Freshley, Maxwell David ....,....,.,,,.,.,....,,,,,,,, 162 Frison, Henry James, Jr .... .... ......35 Frost, Lawrence ......... . ....,,. Fruitt, Jack Litchfield ....... Fryer, Richard Eric ...., Fuiihara, Masarki ,,..... Fuller, Jerry L ............. Fulton, Robert Frank .,..,.... G Gaffney, Edward Bernard ..,.,,... Gainer, Donald George ........ Gale, Jerome Mathew ,.....,. Galipeau, Joseph Paul ......... Gallien, Elwood Hall, Jr ....,.,. . Galluzzo, James Ignatius ,..... .. Galvin, Maurice Gene ..,.. Gardiner ,John William ...... Garlick, Arnold Laymon ...... Garren, John Hollis ......... Garrison, Orville George .... Garrow, Leo Aloysius, Jr. ..... . Gary, Norman L ................... Gassner, Robert William ........ Gast, William Martyne .,.., Gaston, Robert William .... Gates, Thurston Allen. .,,,., Geenen, Marie Josephine. Gennette, Thomas ......... George, Patrick Max. ..,. .. George, Paul Peter .........,. Georgeson, Alex Scott .,.... Gerber, Joseph R .............. Giacomini, John Anthony. Gianotti, Gianotti, Gibbons, Gibbons, Gibbons, Alan Francis .....,.... Joseph Charles.. Dick Nehl ............ Joseph Edward.. Phillip P ............. Gibson, Gene .......... Gier, James Dale ....... .,..... Gifford, Warren K ......t.............. Gilbert, Thomas Frederick ......... Gilbertz, Robert James ........ Gill, Donald C ............... Gillem, John B ..........t.... Gillis, Joseph Hugh ....... Gilman, Frank Robert ....... Giovanini, John C .......... Giugni, Alfred H ......... Gix, Gerard A .......t....... Gleason, Harry E., Jr. .... . Glenn, Mahlon David ..,.... ....., 81 .......183 ......172-183 .......183 .......172 .......183 .......172 .......162 .......172 10 ........95-162 ....,.....162 .......l62 ...,..... 105-172 .........76-89-173 f.ffff.ffii9.m 12-162 ........90-183 ........89-183 ..........162 .......183 .......183 ,......162 .......162 16 ........82-173 ..........173 .....,.162 .........21-35-154 ........-.l.'.-60-76-90 . ....... 120-154-173 Godlove, John Elvin ......... .......,....-,.. 1 83 Goetz, Robert Eugene ...... ................... 1 83 Goetze, Floyd Elwood .................... 150-151-162 Goff, Thomas N ............................................--, 62 Goldsmith, Alan Frank..29-35-43-80-81-90-100 Gomes, Fred LaFayette . .......t.....t .. Gomm, George M. M. .... . Gonrowski, Don Dean. .... Good, Richard Allen .....,.... Goodrich, Goodrich Goodwill Goodwin Goodwin Goralski, 1 1 1 1 Eugene Philip .,....... Francis B ......,.... Donald Allen .. Donald Robert ....... Robert ......t......... Leonard Stanley. ...... .. Gordin, Frank H ..................... .....50-80-111 ff ...... 67 ...i.l..50-141 ...lfffiivs ........80-173 .......162 Gorman, Robert E ......t............ ..,.....A....-....-..v Gosser, Claybourne Gordon ........................ 162 Grabovac, Lucille Claire.. .... ...... . .. .20-80-84-183 Graham, Donald William ........ . ....... ............. 6 2 Graham Douglas Wilson ........ Graham, Graham, Graham, Granata, Robert Neil .,...... Roger A. ............. . Thomas Arnold ........ Ferdinand A ....... Grant, Charles Timothy ...... 204 ..........183 17-173 ....,.....173 ....,..184 .......1B4 Grant, James Earl .,....... Grant, Joseph Vernon ...,.. Grass, Bernard Francis ......... Grassel, Edward Howard ...... Gray, Douglas Lee ............ Gray, Louis Elwyn ............ Grecco, Clifford Franklin ...,. Grecco, Frank George ....... Green, George W. ...,.,.. . Green, John A ................... . Greene, Clyde Richard ......... Greenen, Wayne J .......... Greener, Ralph W ....... Gregg, Harold R. ............. . Gregoire, Jerry Duane.. ..... ,. Greif, Rolland Gregory ....... Greif, William Richard ..... Greig, John Francis ..... Greig, Paul A .................. Griffiths, Hugh Vance ......... Gritzmacher, Ray Thomas ...... Groat, Donald Billeter ...... Groh, Robert F ...................... Groshong, Charles Daniel ...... Groshong, Roderick Bruce ...... Grosiaques, Leo Henry ........35-42-74-75 ......162 ......162 ........-.35-50 .........162 .........89-107-173 .........184 ........126-184 17-154 ............162 ........35 62 ........50 ......162 ......162 1 31 -132-146-147-154 Grossman, Robert George ...... Grove, Ralph Eugene .............. Gruenenfelder, James Oliver. Guest, Lenore Genevieve .....,. Guglielmino, Andrew Thomas ....... Guisness, Robert .I ................... Gunderson, Mervin H. ........ . Gustafson, Robert Harry ....,... H Haddix, Eugene Irwin ...... Hagan, Gerald Clair ........ Hagen, Arthur C ............... Hagey, Richard E .................. Haglund, Charles William ...... Hahn, Lewis George ............ Hall, Hall, Hall, Hall, Herbert Charles ........ John Bradford ....... Larry ....................... Ronald William ........ Hamann, Kirk Allan ....... Hambleton, Thomas M ........ Hamilton, Robert Bertram ...... Hampton, Robert Bruce ........ Hamreus, Robert Gene ..... Hanaike, Donald William ....... Hango, Kenneth A ................... Hankenson, James Leonard Hannigan, Daniel Patrick ........ Hansen, Glenn LaMont ....... Hansen, Monnie Francis ....... Hanset, David Allan .......... Hardin, Eugene ............ Harclt, Edward Lewis ........ Harold, Robert Emmet ............ Harrington, Daniel Joseph ...... Harris, John B. ................. . Harr Harr Hart Hart Hart Hart Hart is, Lynn E ................... ison, Larry Belden ......... , Donald H ................. , James Albert ......... , John N. ............ . , Lenore A ........... , Marvel Jule .... Hart, Thomas J .................... Hartfort, James Thomas ........ Harts, George Lloyd ........,. Haskell, Vernon Dale ........ ................89-173 .......88-173 .......93-184 . ....... 36 ............184 ........154-163 ......173 ......163 ........36 .........163 .......50-163 12-184 . ........ 184 .........184 ........50 12-184 .,,....95-163 ........152-184 .......36-150 ........36 ........68 ........36 ......173 ........8O ........36 ......163 ..,.....68 ........68 ......17-90 ...... 72-84 ......163 ......184 ........68 Hassan, Lawrence Roy ......... Hatcher, Charles William ..............,. 116-154-173 Hott, Joseph Michael ........... Hattrup, Kenneth Paul ......., Haug, William K .,.....,....... Haun, Ralph Joseph ...... Hauth, Fred J ................. Hauth, Joseph James ..,... Hayes, David Breingan ......... Haynes, Oscar M., Jr ...... . Hazard, Melvin Gardner ..... Hazel, John Robert .......... Headrick, Donald D .........., Healy, Robert Stock .......... Hearing, Hilary Doyle ....,, Hedlund, Richard C .,.,... Heffernan, John E .......,.... . Helvy, Lamonie Albert ......... Helzar, Robert Jack ....,.... Henderson, Donald A .,.,,.. Henick, John Joseph ........,.... .......90-163 .........184 ........36 ...,....82 ........8O ,........126 .........163 .........184 ....,....173 ,.....,..184 ........62 ........17-90-184 Henker, Dean Cord ....,................ , ........ 184 Hennessey, George Edward ....... .,.,..,.. 1 84 Henry, Robert Lewis ............. ........................ 5 0 Hering, Clyde S ,.................,.......................... 173 Herndon, Robert Hurley .,........ 112-143-144-163 Heston, Lyle Raymond ....,.,......,.......................... Heuvel, Kenneth Leo ....... .... ....,... 1 6 3 Hickenlooper, Donald A................................... 173 Hickman, Robert Darrell ......,....,...............,....50-121-123-145-153-154 Hickman, Jimmie Dale .......................... 126-184 Hicks, Jack F ...............,...... ...,........... Hicks, Robert Charles .......... ...... 1 B4 Hiefield, Edward Alfred ........... ........ 3 6 Hildenbrand, Dale Gerald ...,..... ...,..... 1 63 Hilgers, Martin Fredrick ......... Hinkhouse, Robert Roy ......... Hirata, William Tsuyoshi ......., .......90-184 .........163 Hirtzel, Robert Lewis ....,...... .,...................... 8 1 Hite, Ronald ...................,. .,..............,.......,.. 8 0 Hittner, Glenn William ............ 146-147-148-173 Hoard, Robert Frank .........,....,.............,,.,....,... 62 Hobensack, Ernest Dwight. ........ ..,..... 8 0 Hochstatter, Harold Thomas ...,.... . .....,.. 184 Hochstatter, John Lawrence ...... ....... 3 6-107 Hodges, Charles Edward ........ ...,.....184 Hodgson, George Edward ........ ....... 8 0-163 Hodgson, Richard Arthur ....,... Hoeber, Louis Broeker ......... Hoeschen, James Arthur ........ Hoff, Warren M ...........,.... Hoffman, John Adams ..,., Hoffman, Paul Kenneth ....... Hoffstetter, William F ...,.. Hohler, John Macy ........... .........184 ........80 ......163 ......163 ........50 ........68 Holden, Donald James .................................. 163 Holden, Harold Burton .... 29-36-43-131-133-154 Holland, David A. ....,...................,................. 36 Holland, Walter H ....................,., ......... Hollingsworth, William M., Jr. ........ .........., 5 0 Hollopeter, Russell Dean .............. ........,... 1 73 Holm, Edwin R ...................... ....,.,,...........,. 3 6 Holmes, Joyce May ., ,.,,.. ....... . ........80-84-184 Holmstorm, James Richard ....... ..,...........,. 1 84 Honeycutt, Wilber Roy ............ Hong, James Jimmie ........... Hook, Lester Neal ............ Hopkins, Charles Drew ......... Horn, Glenn ,....,............ Harrigan, Leo John ........ Horton, Joseph W ............... Hortsch, Everett Joseph ....... Hass, Allen Forman ........ Hoss, Warren F. ............... . Howard, Glenn Inman ......... Hoyt, Joyce Lea .....,,......... ...,.....173 .........62-80 .........184 ............173 ........17-84-184 Hryciw, Hughes, Hughes, Hughes, Hughes, William Basil ....,.... Charles Wayne ..... Doraline M .......... Jane Marie ..,. . ....... Richard William .,... .....,36-111 .....,.80-173 .......84-163 ............... ..37 Hulme, Robert Henry .....,....,. . ........,. 37-48-107 Hult, James Melvin ......... Hummel, Eddie Louis .............. 137-138-148-184 Hune, Donald Louis ........... Hunt, Edward Murphy ...,..... Hunt, William, Jr ...........,.. .... Huonder, Donald Eugene ..... Huppret, Moritz Martin ....... Hutton, Hutsell, Edward Nelson ....... Warren Lee .......... Hyde, Donald E ......,.....,,... 12-173 ...,........173 ........ .173 .........184 ....,,.,50 ........37 84 lammatteo, Joseph Bernard ...... ............121 lmel, Lon .......... , .,..................... lmel, William .................. Ince, A. James ...... ............ Ingham, Charles Frank ....... Innes, Irwin LeRoy,... ....... . Irvine, John M ............ Irwin, John Ralph ..,,,. Isia, Tony , ...,.. .....,... . .. J ........154-184 .,..........163 ........68 ..,........126-184 .....,.146-147-148 ....,....184 Jackson, Nathan Willard ........ Jackson, Thomas E ...,.,,.......... Jackson, William Joseph ........ Jacobson, Gary Lee .......... Jacoby, Walter Henry ....... Jaha, Emil Thomas ......,. Jaha, George ..,,.,....... Jalbert, Leo J ........ Jali, Frank G. .....,..... .. Jali, Marie Anne ...,,....... Janiak, Jaques, Jardine, Jarmer, Raymond A .......,. 84 .,......126-184 ,....,...185 85 .........163 .........72-81-84-111 Franz Eugene ,........ ............ John Monroe .,.... .........185 Gervaise Francis, .... ......... 1 73 Jarvis, Lorene.. ................... Jaspers, Jeffries, Jenkins, Jenkins, Lawrence E. . ....,... .. William Bradley ..... Charles William ..... Franklin E. .............. . .......84-185 .........185 ....... .50 Jensen, Robert LaMar .............. ...,.... 3 8 Johnson, Arden Lawrence ......... ........ 5 0 Johnson, Arthur Jimmy .......... ........ 3 7 Johnson, Carl Joseph ....,...... ......... 1 73 Johnson, David McAttee ......,. .....,... 1 B5 Johnson, Donald L .,.........,..... ........ 3 7 Johnson, Douglas Richard .......... ......... 1 85 Johnson Johnson Johnson Johnson 1 , Gerald Merwyn ..,.. , Jerome Wallen ....,. ................. .138 85 Lawrence O. ...... ....... 1 7-87-110-163 , Thomas Leo ........... Johnson, William Jack ........ ..........89-173 Johnston, Gordon Robert ........................,. 49-62 Johnston, Johnston, Johnston, Robert Bruce ........ ......... 8 O-107-173 Richard LaVerne .... ........................ Robert Lincoln .,.,............................ 37 Jolley, John J. .............,....... .50-89-144-153-154 Jones, Stanley Howard ................................ 174 Jordan, Kenneth S., Jr ........ Jorgensen, Floyd W. ...... . Jorn, Milton C ........,... Jory, Fred Merle .....,... Joys, Richard A .,............ Judd, Gerald Forsyth ......., K Kaga, Shoii ...................... Kaiyala, Arvo Aimo .,........ QQfff.15li ...,...37 ......,.163 Kalange, George Richard ....,..,. ....,... 1 85 Kalkhoven, Allen B ........... 205 Kambich, William James .................. 50-120-154 Kaneshiro, William Sadao ..................... ....... 1 85 Kang, William .................,.,.... 117-152-154-174 Karas, John Andrew .,........,.......,................... 37 Karchem, AI ....................,.., ........ 1 12 Karlstrom, Arvid ........................ ....... 6 3 Kavanaugh, Morris Edward, ............. . .......37 Kavanaugh, William Charles, Jr ................... 51 Kavonius, Arne Einar .............................., . .... 163 Kawashima, Gaylen S ...... Kayl, Robert Joseph .......... Keala, Samuel Louis, Jr ....... Keane, John Edward ......... Kearney, Robert Paul ..... Keating, Joseph Robert .,....... Keefe, John ................... Keenan, J. Michael ,....... Keenan, Richard J ....... Keene, Robert Louis ....... Keene, Ronald Henry ........ Keep, Richard James ..,...,,,..,..... ...,....152-174 ............163 ...138-150-174 ......17-185 ........14O-185 ,.......163 .37-51-106-107 Keerins, Robert Columbus ............................ 174 Kehrli, David Allen ............ Keith, Donald L ............. ,... Keith, Leslie Raymond ......... Kelley, Jerry Alan ...,......,. Kelly, Donald P ........... Kelly, James Thomas ..... Kelly, Joseph Francis ......., Kelly, Lew .......,....,.,,....,,.... Kemp, Virginia Marian ......... Kendall, James Henry ......... Kennedy, Patrick John ....,.... Kennedy, Robert David ...,... Kenney, John Alphonse .... Keppinger, Leo Urban ......... Kerstiens, Eugene J ......,..... Kester, Floyd C .............. Keys, David William ........ Kies, Charles Hubert ........ Killeen, Jack Howard ........ Killorin, Paul Joseph ............,...... Kimberley, Charles Fred ....... Kindsfather, Jacob Vernon ........ King, David William .............., King, Edward Harmon, Jr ..... King, Frederick Nathaniel ,.,.... King, Joyce Juanita ..,,.....,.,,,, King, Kenneth Donald ........, Kingsley, Robert A ........... Kirby, Vernon Charles .......... .,......185 .......51 ........185 ........185 .......37 ...,....185 ......84-174 ........185 ........146-163 .......86-87-163 ...111-112-174 .. ...........,,... H163 ..........90-185 ........163 ......84-174 ........174 Kirkland, John .,................ ,,,,.... 1 63 Kirscht, Leo H ............... ......., 1 74 Kita, Edward ,.,.......,..,.., ........,,..,,.....,, Klees, Richard William ...... .. ..............,,,. 185 Klein, Peter N ...........................,,.... 126-146-185 Klinger, Lawrence Jerome ............................ 163 Knapp, Robert Edwin ........ 37-146-147-148-154 Knepper, Leo Robert ....,..,..,...,,,,..................,. 185 Knieriem, George F ..... ,..,....,. Kocarnik, Robert Joseph ....... Koch, Edward Francis .......... Koester, Paul Roy ..............,...... Kohlstadt, Frederic Maurice ........ Koho, Ben Harry .....................,. Kolias, Theodore George ....... Kong, Lawrence Kon Lin ......... Koontz, Lawrence Robert ......,.. Koreiva, Anthony G .......... Korngold, Jan Jakob ......... Kovach, Joe Thomas ........,..,.,., Krauland, August Joseph ......... Kraus, Kenneth Richard ........... Kraus, Matthew James, Jr ......... Kraus, Kenneth Richard .,...... Krecek, Stanislav ........,,.,..,. Kreischer, Louis William ......... .........51-111 ......,.185 .......51 ........163 ........185 .........90-185 ..,........163 12 ........185 ........163 .......68 Lumber, John Ronald .......,.,. Kremer, Robert Joseph .....,.... Kreutzer, Edward Laurence ....... Kroll, Leonard ,.,,..,,,,,,,,4,,,,,,,,, Kroon, Robert Anthony ...... Kulchler, John Harold .....,.... Kullberg, Donald Paul ........ Kum, Stanley Leo .,.....,,,,,, Kunis, John L .,......,..,, .,,, Kurth, James Edwin ......... Kurht, Robert Jerome ....... Kuvatli, John Durand ,..... .. Kuykendall, William Butlerllii... Kocarnick, R. J ,,.,,,,,, ,,,,,, , ,,,, , L Laam, Robert Dean ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, LaDu, James Edward .....,.... LaDu, Robert Richard ,....., Lakey, David William Lalli, Richard Arhtur ....... Lamberth, Cauthel ......... Landry, Frank Louis ,,,,,,,,,,,, Landstrom, Carl William .... Lane, Charles Russel .....,. Lane, Cyril W .,............... Lang, Francis J .,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,, Lang, Lankins, Clarence Eugene.. Larkins, Walter James ........,.. LaRouche, Louis F ......... Larsell, David A ,,,4,,,,,,.,., Larson, Don Arthur ...........,..... Lassell, Donald Joseph ........ . Lau, Thomas K. L ............... Laursen, Harry Leon .... LaValley, Richard William Lavelle, Martin John .......... Lawhead, Earl Thomas ...... Leach, Kenneth Howard ...... Leary, James Parness ..,..... Leavy, Edward John ....,.. LeBrun, Paul ............... Ledbury, Alfred John ....... LeDuc, Bruce Edward ....,.. Lee, Alan B .,,......,,,,,, Lee, Fred, Jr .......... Lee, Raksoon ......... Leech, Nisbe Legan, Frank Walter ..... Lois ....,..... Lehman, John W ............, .... Ronald Henry .,,.,...,,,,, ......185 ........37 ........37-110 ......174 ......174 ........37 ........63 ......174 .,......B0 ........38 ..........164 ..,.....38-105 1 56-174 .....,.126-127 .......,63 ....,.174 .,.,,.186 ...,..174 ........38 ..,.....38 ......186 .......,38 ......164 .......,38 ......164 ........68 ........38 ......164 .......107-164 ..........186 131 -135-154 126-138-186 Leinbach, James Norman .,...... .. Lekas, Thomas ...,..,,,,,,.,,,, Leland, Sherman ...... Lellie, Kenneth H ...,,,,,,,,4 Leonelli, Leo Philip ............. Leong, James Kock Yen .......,. Lesage, Frank Evans ............ Levellie, Donald H ....... .. Levellie, K. H ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,, U Leveton, Alvin Irving ......... Lezak, Muriel Deutsch ........ Lichtgarn, Wayne Beniamin ........ Llen, Dexter Gilbert ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,. Lien, Kenneth Morris ............. Lindley, Willard Eugene ......... ....,.174 ......174 ........19-164 ....,.164 ......,.38 .,......68 ........51-164 ........51 .....,.,6-38 ........68 Lindquist, William George, ,v,,,. M ...4 H186 Llns, Raymond A ..,. ,,,,,,, ,,.,,,.,..,,,,,. ,.,,.,,v,,,,-, 1 3 6 Little, Edward John .......A.......... 29-3s.5o.74-154 Little, John Patrick ........ Liu, Charles Kawainui ...... Liu, William H. L ........... Lockwood, James H ....... Loders, Loren Louis ......,,.... Logue, William Clayton ....... Lokey, Jerry Allen .,.,...,,.,,,,.,, Lombardi, Eugene Joseph ......... ..,..,,.63-174 ......174 .......174 ......174 Long, Tom P ..................,.... Loofburrow, Allan Kent ....... Lorcik, Tom ,..,,,,,.,,...,......,,,,, Lorello, Richard Domonic ...... Lorenz, James E ......,........... Louden, Fred O ......... Louie, Herbert J .......... Lorick, Thomas Paul ....... .... Lowery, Vernon Gayle ..,..,....,. Luchsinger, Donald Francis ........ Luckeroth, Paul Robert ...,.., Ludeman, Robert E ............ Luizzi, Frank E ...,,,, ..,,.,,,.,,,,,, Lunday, Robert Hudson, Jr Lundy, Burl Irwin ............,.... Luty, Richard V .......... Lyman, Frank John ........ Lynch, John Benedict ........... Lynes, James Edward ......... M MacArthur, Norman Currie .... MacDonald, Jerry Farrell ,.,.... MacGowan, Bruce lan .,....... Macias, Manuel Jato ............ Mackey, Walter Logan. ......... Madalengoitia, Francisco C Madden, Robert J ............... . Maffei, Hector P ........., ,.,,,.,, Maguire, William Edward... Malarkey, Robert Daniel ..... Malberg, Vernon K ....,......... Mallon, Patrick Francis ..... Malloy, John Joseph ........ Malone, Walter R ....,,.... Manion, Ralph Thomas ...... Manion, Robert Joseph ....... Manni, Jacob Wayne. .,.... . Manning, Gene Lawrence... Manning, John Charles ....... Manning, John Edwards ..... Marinacci, Gloria Carolann ....... Marion, Carl Henry ..... ..,..... Mark, Stanley Howard ....... .......164 ............186 ..82-186 ......,..186 144-164 .......,.186 .......76-164 ...,...164 .,.....,38 .......186 .146-174 150-151 .........174 .........174 29-38-53 105-164 .......164 .......164 152-186 .....,...174 38-120-154 .. ......... ....174 .....,...1B6 1 74 .........17-84 .......,.174 .........174 Markgraf, Carl ................ ..,.,,.., 1 74 Markich, George Tony ....... ......... 1 74 Marshello, Donald L ..............,....,,........,.,..... 164 Marshello, Joseph Francis , .,... .......... .............. 1 2 1-122-146-154-164 Martin, Fred Raymond ,........,,,......,. Martini, Gildo John .......... Martini, Harry W ........ Masat, Robert J .............. Music, Thomas Lloyd ...,.... Mason, Donald Wade ........... Mathews, George Joseph .............. Mathews, Wayne Harold ................ Mathison, Neil A ................. Matschiner, John Thomas ....... Matsu da, George K ............ Mattecheck, Robert James ....... , Matus, Stanley Joseph .......... . May, Richard Francis ......... Mayfield, Dale Don ........... Mazzocco, David E .............. .........164 ,......51 .......38 142-144-164 141-186 ...,.....52-63 .......175 150-164 144-164 .......,..82-175 McBride, Charles Joseph ..,,..,. ............ McCabe, Richard Fife, Jr .............. . McCall, Charlie Arthur ....... McCambridge, Donald ....... McCambridge, Richard ....... McCann, Donald Lee ........... McCanna, Francis James ........ McCarthy, Jerry Boyd ........... McCarthy, John Tracy ....... McCarthy, Williams S ....... McCarty, Charles P ....... .. 206 112- 138-186 .......175 150-164 .........8-9-175 .........8-9-175 .......175 .......175 .......175 .......175 McCormick, James Richard ........ McCoy, Joe W ...... ............,.... . .. McCoy, Wilbur Allen .......... McCoy, William ..,,.............. McDermott, Ronald Frank ...... McDonald, Finley Joseph .......,. McDonald, George Delmer ........ McDonald, James Patrick ....... McDonald, Patrick Joseph ...... ,........175 .........39-111-112 .......59 ...,...39 . ...... 53 McDonald, Walter Alexander ........ ..... . ..175 McDowd, James Patrick .......... McElligott, Lawrence Jerome.. McFadden, James Dip .......,.,.. McGinnis, McGogy, Duane H ..........,.... McGrath, Edward Arthur ........ Geraldine Hazel ............. McGuirk, Walter Thomas ........ McHugh, Robert Joseph .... .... Mcllhattan, Harry Langdon .... Mclntyre, Gordon L .......... . ..,. McKael, Louis Raymond .,........ McKavanaugh, John Henry .... McKechnie, Norman David .... McKee, Harold R ..................... McKinney, Jack Douglas ........ McKnight, John Samuel ........ McLachlan, Darrell Robert ,..... McLaughlin, Charles Hugh ...... McLaughlin, Porter Reed ........ McLaughlin, Jess Edward ........ McLeod, William Bentley ........ McMahon, Hugh Joseph ......... McMahon, John B .....,..,........ McManus, Richard Lee .......... McMaster, Randolph J. ...,. . McMullen, Michael Warren ....... McMurran, Lewis Archer ......... McNally, Jack Peter ..,........... McTaggert, Louetta lone ,....... Medeiros, Melvyn Joseph ....,. Medici, Harold John .............. Meechan, James Robert ........ Meeve, Jack Eldon ......... Megale, Joe Patrick ....... Mehlig, Kenneth Lee ...,.... Meuners, Dale Otto .......................... Melone, Rudolph Joseph ........175 .72-81-82-84 12-164 ..,....51 ........1B6 ........186 ........186 ........186 ........164 ........175 ......39 .......,164 ,.....51 ......39 ........186 .......105-164 ........186 ........1B6 ........164 ........175 .,..,...164 ........175 ..............................51-57-74-76-90-91-94 Menath, James Harold.. Menicosy, Don E ................ Menstell, Robert Philip ........ Mercer, Ray Alfred ..,.......... Mercer, Richard N ........... Merck, Melvin Joseph ....... Merrick, Robert Louis, ...... . Merrill, Robert Bruce ..... Merz, Stanley Emil ......... Mestrich, Chris Paul .......... Metcalf, Charles Holmes .,.... Meves, Hans .. .................. Meurlott, Byron E. E ....... Meyers, Cornelius R ........ Michel, Harold Arthur ....... ........164 ........164 .........39-107 ........186 ......,....39-89 150-151 -1 86 ...........175 .........39-164 Mika, Manual ....................... ........... 6 -175 Mikolavich, Daniel Carl ...... .................. 1 86 Milich, Stephen Eugene ........ . ........ 39-150-151 Millar, Donald Stapleton ......... .............,.,.. 1 64 Miller, Clell William .............. ............... 1 75 Miller, Clyde Fidel ......... ........ 1 64 Miller, Daniel Russell ........ ......,. 1 64 Miller, Joseph J. ........... ........ 1 65 Miller, Ronald Mervyn ...... ........... 1 75 Miller Miller, Miller, Walter Anton ....... Stafford William ................. .........80-186 Thomas Alfred .....,.... 74-93-112-158-165 Millican, Douglas E ........ Milligan, Francis Dallos ....... Minard, Minelli, Misten, James A .................. Lawrence Nathan .... .. Rudolph Johan ..... Mitchell, Ralph C ............ Mitchell, Ralph John .......... Mitchell, Richard Paul ........... Mitchell, Thomas Francis ........ Moe, Gerald E .....................Y... Moffenbeier, Donald Lee .,............ Moffenbeier, Kenneth Richard,..... Moku, Harris K .....,................... Mulhern, Brian Edward ......, Molin, Vincent Richard ....... Monaco, Mario Cosmo ......... Monaghan, Thomas John, .... .. Monahan, Glenn Walsh ......, Monks, Robert Joseph ........... 86 12-186 ......i87 ........39 ......165 ......187 .,.....'l75 ..........175 .......51-111 .....156-175 Montgomery, Marlo James ....... ............ . 175 Moodenbaugh, Arnold H ....... Moore, Earl C ...................... Moore, John Leo ....... Moore, Neil Joseph ....... Moore, Richard David ....... Moore, Robert Harold ......,. Moore, Warren ............ Moran, Dennis James ......... Moran, Herbert Gerald ..,....... Moran, Lawrence William .,....... Morgan, Albert Henry ............ Morgan, Edwin Wise ,.......... Morin, Edward Anthony .,..,... Morin, Paul Andrew ........ Morley, Robert F .....,...... Morris, Donald H ..,... Morrison, Este ..,............ Morrison, John E .,................., Morrison, Norman Edward... Mosby, Richard Gayle ......... Moulton, William S ........... Mueller, Frank Norbert .....,... Muir, R ichard Alfred .,...... Mulhern, Brian E ........... Mulhern, Leo Joseph, ...... . Muller, Robert .................. Murante, Frank Joseph ........ Murdock, James G ............. Murdock, James Lewis ....... Murphy Murphy Murphy Murphy , Elsie l. ................. , James Patrick ....... , James William ........ , Joseph Michael ........ Murphy, Robert John ,......... Murray, Murray, Murray, Murray, Mutch, Myers, Nabut, Nagel, Namba, Francis Eugene ....... James Taylor ......... Owen Norman ...,... Richard H ........... Donald John ......... Edward William ,,... .. N Amy Myra ............ Norman Walter .,..... Joe T ................. Nannini, John Francis ..... Napier, Narey, William V ....,.,.... Richard Daniel ......... Nash, Arthur James, Jr ......... Nattallle, Joe ............... ....v . Nova, Stephen Vincent ....... Naughten, James R ....,...... Naylon, Thomas D ..,.,.... Neal, Allan Keith ....... Negrych, Stanley R ..... ...... Nelson, Nelson, Nelson, Charles Dan ....,....... Clarence William ....... Elmer Maynard ....... ........39 90-112-187 .....131-175 ..76-90-175 .......187 ,......187 .......153 ....,...... 63-150 .....143-175 1 87 .......165 ......,187 175 .......187 .........126-187 ........39 ......167 ......187 ........39 .,........156 ,...,...B0-187 ........,.175 ,......165 ..ffff.w.195 ..80-84-187 .....152-187 .....111-175 ......165 .......146 .....138-187 ...,.146-187 .......82-187 Nelson, Jack T ...................... ---,-. 1 87 Nelson, Maynard Ralph ........ ...... 1 87 Nelson, Richard B ................ --.------ Nelson, Robert Richard ....... ....---- 4 0 Nemarnich, Emil ..,.............. ...A.... 4 0 Neubauer, Edward Keith ........ ........ 6 9 Neugebauer, Victor A ......,.., ......... Neuville, James Thomas ..... -.-.---. 5 2 Newdall, Merritt Owens ..... ..................... 6 9 Newman, Donald Ray ......... ....-.v. 4 0-75-76-91 Newman, Harry .............. Newman, James M. ............. ...... Nibler, James Edward ......... --------- Nibler, William Nicholas ........ ...... 1 87 Niccolson, Wesley Holt ....... --,--- 1 65 Niebuhr, Philip E.. ........ .. Niebuhr, Walter John ........ Niehuser, Joseph Paul, .,........ . ........63 ........69 Niedermeyer, Daniel Henry ....... ....,. 1 65 Niedermeyer, Edward C ......... Nielsen, Lawrence C ...,........ ........40 ........52 Niguma, Kay .................... ..---------- Nishikawa, Joe Johbu ......... ..-... 1 65 Nitschke, Robert S ........ ,------- 5 1 Nixon, Everett Emil ......... ------ 1 75 Nizic, Chris Joseph ....... .......,. Noonan, Tom David ....... ...... 1 87 Norvig, Melvin ................ ..--.-----,-,-- 3 0 Nowack, Arthur Charles ...... .....---- 1 27-137 Nuss, William Dean ...,......... .v.--,--- 1 65 Nutini, Raymond Cesare ........ ..--.. 1 37 Nye, Robert L ..................,..... ...... 1 76 Nylund, Sven John ............ O O'Brien, James ..,.........,,.. ...... 1 65 O'Brien, Joseph W ................... ......... O'Connell, William Patrick ......... --.... 1 65 O'Connor, Edwin David .......... ...... 1 76 O'Connor, Eugene Thomas ......... ......v 1 65 O'Donnell, James Lawrence .......................... 52 O'Donnell, James Patrick ........ 115-154-156-165 O'Donnell, John Joseph ...............-.....---....-.-- 176 O'Donnell, John Lawrence ..,........... 113-117-165 O'Donnell, Louis William ....... ............ 1 12-165 O'Donovan, Patrick A .............. ............ 6 3 Ogle, Robert M .............. . ............ .. O'Halloran, Lawrence Vincent ....... O'Hanlon, James ..v.. ....................s ......'I65 .......187 . ...,... 21 O'Harrow, Joseph Robert ......... .......,..... 1 65 O'Hearn, Donald Patrick ........ O'Leary, John Thomas .......... ......40-106-107 Oliverio, Richard Carmine ....... .s.............. 1 87 Olmscheid, Wayne Jay ....... ...... 1 87 Olsen, Norman Wendell ....... ...... 1 76 Olsen, Wayne Arnold ........ ........ 4 0 Olson, Calvin Theodore ....... ............... Olson, Charles Harold ........ ....... 8 0-176 Olson, John Joseph ........... ....... 8 0-165 Olson, Robert .......................... ........ 8 0 O'Meara, Joseph Edward ......... ......... O'Neil, Edward Sanford ........ ...... 1 87 Oreskovich, John, Jr .................. ' ....,... 40 Orso-Manzonetta, Bernard M ....................... 176 Orth, Richard Joseph ................,..................... 52 Osborn, Harvey Jess ........ ....... 1 12-158-165 Ostrander, Harold J ..,...... .......................,. Oswald, Harry Warren ....... ...................... Otte, Albert Robert ........... ,..... 4 0-101-161 Owen, Herbert Rodney .........,........40-146-147-148-149-153-154 Owens, John Dailon ...................... 126-138-187 Oyala, William J ............ ................ 1 76 P Padden, Thomas Joseph ........ ........ 4 0 Paietta, Stephen Donald ........ ........ 7 2 207 Palmer, John Richard ........... Papen, Richard Arnold ........ Papworth, Spencer D. Parker, Allen Hudson ,..... Parmater, Russell Ross ......... Parnas, Robert Leonard ....... Parsons, Hubert Frank ......... ........146-187 .........176 ......165 ......165 Partridge, Peter Stanley ........ ........ 6 3 Patterson, William Henry ...... Patton, Jesse Maurice. ........ .. Patty, lra D ................................ ......187 .,......4O Paveskovich, Vincent Joseph ......... Paulson, Richard V ................. Payne, Robert Dan ............... ..,.....40 Payne, Roy A ........................... ...... 1 76 Pearlman, Stanley Robert ......... ...... 1 88 Pederson, Jack ........................ Pederson, Orval Deane ....... Peizner, Max Irving .... .... . . Pendleton, William ..... Penna, Enrico ................. ........4O ............165 ........144-165 Penner, Dean William ........,.... ........ 1 26-188 Penner, Douglas Sherman ......... ........ 1 26-188 Pentikis, Rev. Anthony ......... Perkins, Edward Brent ......,. 12-165 Perosse, Floyd Henty, Jr .....,. ......... 1 76 Petersen, Thomas R .,............ Peterson, Jack Dewaynen. Peterson, Jack William ....,., Peterson, John Bartley ......... Peterson, Vincent Aune ..,.... ..............52-188 ,.......82-85-117 ......176 Peterson, William Kendall ...... ...... 1 88 Petix, Robert Flip ................. Petrasso, Eugene Robert ....... Petrie, John Donald ......... Petros, Peter William ....... Perelle, Joe, Jr .........,............ ........40 .........165 .......17-188 ........131-165 ........90-93-165 Peyralans, Jean Raymond .............................. 52 Phelps, Robert Egen ..................................,.......,, Phillips, James V .........r.,......... 127-131-144-188 Phillips, Richard Edgar .............................,..,,.,.. Phillips, William Isaac, Jr ........ ............... 6 3 Pickett, William Patrick ........... ........ 1 80-188 Pillette, Basil James ........ ......,,...........,,.... 1 65 Piluso, Robert E .............,..............................,....,. Pizzo, James Richard ........,. 52-68-73-74-87-94 Pohl, Francis Joseph ...,.... ......................... 1 76 Pointer, Jeremiah Lewis .... ........ 6 9 Polich, Edward L .............,.... ...... Polich, Patrick Joseph ......... .................. Polich, Robert P ...........,........ ......................... Popham, William James ...... Papps, Raymond A .... ,... ...... Porcelli, Charles William. ...... Posedel, Frank Carl .......... Potestio, Mauro F .......,..... Potter, James Delmar ......... Powers, Donna Teresa ........ Powers, James ....,s............. Powers, Raymond Francis .... Powloski, James Stanley ........ Prange, Walter ,Bernard ....... Preble, Patricia Louise ........ ...... 90-180-188 .......80-188 ........52-76-111 ,.....72-84 ........88 ....,...41 ......188 .........165 ..........84-176 Prentice, John Robert ............ ...............,... 1 65 Prentice, Robert Theodore ...,.....,,. 131-154-166 Proctor, Jack Edward .............. ................... 1 66 Propst, Robert Lisle .......... Prouty, Howard Francis .....,. Pugh, Robert E ................. Purpura, Robert August ,...... Q Quiner, John Hill ...............,, ........4'I ..,...166 ......176 Quinlan, Patrick Thomas ........ ...... 1 88 Quinn, Bernard Francis ....... Quinn, Hugh Clemens ...... Quinn, Phillip Thomas ...... ......176 ......l88 R Radakovich, William J .....,, Ragliom, Hugo ................... Ramey, George Lowell ......... Ramp, Rodney Marcelus ........ Rampton, Richard C ............ Ramsey, Elmer Hollis ....... Randall, Duane Alden ......,.. Randleman, Murray E ......... Randolph, Helen Louise ...,.,. Randolph, Lois Helene .... Rankin, James DeWitt ......... Raschio, Ronald Vincent ....... Rash, Charles Loren .,......,. Rask, LeRoy Michael ,....,,,,. Rosk, Michil Raymond ......... Rawson, James Foster ........ , Ray, Eugene L ............... Re, Jerry Peter ........,.......,, Reed, Thomas William ......... Reeves, John P ..............,., Reichert, Francis Joseph ....... Reilly, David Bernard ....,..,. Reinke, John Wesley ........ 12-176 .........166 ....,...41 ......80-81-82-176 ......A...89-176 ........72-84-105 ........72-84-105 .........176 .........166 .........188 .....,...176 ,...,...69 ,....,..41 .,...,..69 ,.......63 .,,..,.,,176 ..,.....41 Reis, Doris .,,.......r.......................... ........ 8 4 Reischman, Robert Raymond ....... ......... 1 66 Reischman, William Charles ......... .............. 8 8 Remington, Robert James ....,...... ....... 9 1-166 Reniff, Alfred L ................, ......... 1 88 Renner, Anton V ............... Renner, Joseph Ralph ..... ..., Rennie, David Francis ....... .......,,166 . . ............. 41 1 2- 1 88 Restau, Lorne Winfrecl. .,.............,,,,....,,.,....,, 176 Retallick, Arthur Joe .............. 126-147-148-188 Reverman, Lawrence F ....................,............ 166 Reverman, Robert C ......... Rhea, Earl James ,........... Riback, lrwin Nathan ........,..... ..,....106-107-166 ..,....,41 Ribble, Theodore William ......... .,...... 5 2 Rice, Floyd Earl, ........,,.......,, . Richards, Donald Cecil ......... Richards, Rudy ...........,.......... .,.......176 .........146 Richardson, Jesse Monroe ........, .. .,,.... Richardson, Stanley P., Jr .,,.... Richmond, Harry Hugh ......... Rider, Edwin Hanford, Jr .,,.. Rider, Frank Darold ............. Riedl, Francis Anthony ......... Ries, Doris Marie .......,.. Rigert, Joseph Charles .,.,...., Riordan, James Grottan ....... Ripp, Bernard Theodore ...,... Rogers .........176 ........69 ....,....176 ......,..166 ........17 ......,..188 .........176 ,.....,..188 Risberg, Gerald L ...............,...... ......,.. 1 76 Rischiotto, Archille Frank .,.,...., ,....... 5 2 Ritchie, Ernest T .,..,................ ......... 1 88 Ritschard, Rudolph Werner ....... ,........ 1 88 Robbins, James Gilbert ..,....................,.......,.. 41 Roberti, Constance Ann ............................62-72-82-84-87-93-111 Roberts, John ....... ......,.....,.,.,...,......,......... 8 2 Rocha, Damian ,....... .......................,........ 1 46 Rochon, Donald T ...,....... Rocque, Nap Joseph ......, Rodriquez, Jose Maria ......,. Roelli, Conrad H ...........,... Rogan, Rogers Rogers Rogers, Rogers, 1 r Grant R. ............ . Bruce ...................... Charles William .... Gaylord Frank, Jr. Gordon Vincent ...... Robert James ........ Rogoway, Lawrence Paul.. .........47-97 .........188 ...,..,..188 .,.....41-112 ........,166 ........41 .........176 .........176 Rooklidge, Chester Herbert ....... ................ 1 44 Rooen, Howard James ............ Roos, Jack Martin ........ Roscoe, John Roland ...,,.. ........75-76-166 ........,176 Rosenbalm, James Robert ,.,, Roseneau, Flora C ........,.... Ross, Paul Wilson .......,... Rossetti, Carl Vincent ...,.,..,.. Rossiter, John Edward .....,.. Roth, Paul Erwin, Jr ............ Rousseau, Alan Joseph ..,.... Rowley, Robert Malcolm .... ..... Rubin, Carl , ..,....,....., , ..,,., Ruhlin, Donald Malcolm ..,...., Rulifson, John Robert ........ Ruminski, Bruce Arnold .,,...., Rumpakis, Emanuel John ...... Rumreich, Wallace M ....,.. Rusche, Robert J .,......... Rush, Harold J ......,...... Rutten, Robert Francis,.. Ryan Ryan Ryan Ryan Ryan Ryan Ryan, , Ernest M ............... , Frederick F. J .......... , James William ...... , Leon Jerry ....,...., , Mary Frances .......... ,Richard DeForest ........ ........188 ..,,.....,.176 .....,...94-176 .......168-176 ...........188 .......52 ........188 ........188 ........18B .......,188 .,.,..,,166 .........80-166 12-1 88 .....,..188 William J ................,.... ,... , ....,.,..... 6 3 Rylander, Clarence Charles .,,,. ....... -4 1-63-106 S Sabbe, Robert A ..........,.,.... Sackman, Jack William ....... Sadilek, Robert Albin ............ Sakai, Wllllam ....................... Salmans, John Reginald, Jr ......... Salvisburg, Verl Ernest ......... Salvo, Roy Adolphh, .....,,, , Samson, Ferdinand V ........ Sandberg, Carl J .,..,....,,,..... Sansregret, Norman M ......... .,.......80-188 ........166 .......41 ........188 ........166 ........188 . ........... 89-177 117-122-188 Satchell, Thomas Brennan ....... ........................ Savidge, Robert Lyce ..,,..... Schaller, John Joseph .....,.... Schechtel, Edward Anton ....... Schedler, Kenneth Robert ....,.,,. Scheets, Beniamin R ..,,..,.,..,.... Scheetz, Richard Bernard ,........ Schile, Eugene George ......... Schille, Janet Lucille ......... Schimel, Gordon Gale .,........... Schinasi, Samuel ....,................. Schleppenbach, Frank Xavier ........ Schlotfeldt, Frederick Joseph .......... Schmidt, Earl ....,...................,..... Schmitt, Walter Louis ............... Schmoeckel, Mead Willard ...,.... Schneidmiller, Richard Floyd ...,..... Schnef, Ronald Milo ......,........... Schneider, Eugene ....,.........,. Schneider, Philip Charles ...... Schoenfelder, Ralph Paul ......... Schopf, Edward T ......................... Schrieber, Kenneth Raymond ......... Schubert, Edward E ....,.............. Schuler, Jack J .......................... Schultz, Starling Donald .......,. Schutz, John Henry ............ Schulz, Don George ........ Schulze, Max ........................ Schwantes, Dorothy Ann ....... .. Schwartz, Burton Harry ......... Schwary, Richard Lewis ....... Scott, Harold Robert...:.... Scott, Henry D ................ Scott, Mildred Anne ......,,,.. Scully, Robert Matthew ....... Sears, Gene Lee ................ Segel, Richard Irving ,.,..... Self, Edward James .......... Seltmann, John Wesley ........ 208 ..,....80-B9'177 ,. ..,.. .166 .....,,..,,166 .............80-177 .......8O-84-189 ...,,r.....189 . ...... 64 ......,.177 ......r.189 ,.....,69 ........166 ,.......166 -......166 .......41 ........189 ........166 ........166 ....-..177 .......69 ...........189 .,........80-177 .....-....166 .......80-84-189 89 ,.......177 ........80-85-189 Semmens, John Edward ..... Serres, James Theodore ........ Sesto, Paul John ...,..... ,........., .... ,.......166 .......189 .......166 Setterlund, George Walter ......... Setvin, Melvin Joseph ............... Shadrick, Dale Baylink .......... .......64-69 .........80-177 Shaffer, Stan J .................. .............. 1 89 Sharkey, John Thomas ....,........................,.......... Shearman, Joseph Aloysius ,,...,...... 89-158-166 Shepard, John F ....................... .............. 1 77 Sherman, Harold Michael ........, Sherman, John Lawrence .,..,.,... Sherman, Sidney M ............... Sherry, Denton David .,..... Sherry, Leo C .............,.. Shiley, Donald P ............. Sholian, Dan Joseph ......... .........8O-189 .....,.189 .......166 Shockley, Dallas LeRoy ........ ............. 1 46-177 Shopkin, Sanford ..........,... Shore, John Leo ................. Shotwell, Robert Eugene ...... Shults, Reginald Porter ........ Sickler, Duane Edward ..,.... Siddorn, Donald Stanley ....... Siemroth, Forrest Albert ......... Simmons, Floyd Weston .....,... Simon, John J ........................ Simpson, William Herbert ........ Sims, Earl Clayton ................. Sinclair, Kimbal M ....... Sinner, Alvin Henry .,...... Skoch, Robert Dean .......,. Skreen, Richard Thomas ..... Skuzes ki, Ted M ....,............ Slaney, Donald George ......... Slangal, Henry William ......... Slenning, Charton Stephen... Smalley, Robert R ......,.........,. Smith Smith Smith Smith Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith, Smith Smith Smith Smith, Smith Smith Smith Smith, Smith 1 1 1 1 Bob Lee .,.......... .... Henry George ....... Douglas Frank ...,..... Harold Caryle ...... Hubert Jess .......... James Frank ........ Nisbe ......,.......i.,...... Paul Randolph .... ...... Phillip Wayne ..... Ralph Painter ......... Robert Bryant ............. Rodney Howard ......... Ronald G ................ Ronald Walter ...,.,. Russel Burdette ....... Sidney Richard ...... Thomas J ........,.... William Roy ........ William Walter ,,...... Smrkovsky, Charles H. .A.... . Smythe, Robert M ......,....... Sneed, Richard Edward ........ Snyder, John Carl ........ ............. Soderberg, Eugene Andrew ......... . ..,..... 146-147-148 89 ,......177 .......177 .......17-41 1 40- 1 89 ..........166 .......177 ..,....69-95 ,,.....64-88 ......6-10-74-168 .......177 .......82-84 ......150-151 ,....,.,.,189 .......189 .......177 .......177 ........52-166 .....,,.,120-154-166 ...,..120-166 Sohler, Robert Lee ...,......,,......,. ..,............. Sommers, Frank ...............,..., . ...,... B0-166 Sonderen, James Bernard ............................ 166 Sonnhalter, John Fredericku, Sono, Koli ........................... Sono, Tom F ...,.......,.. Soriano, Michael ....,.....,. Sorman, Edmund E ......... 52-121-125-154 .......166 .......177 Souza, Jim ....r,................... ....... 1 54 Sowell, Richard Chester ........ ....... 6 4-88 Sparks, Harold C ...................... ......... 8 0-177 Sparrow, Hubert Lawrence .,....... ............. 4 2 Sparrow, John Albert ........., Spear, John P ................... .,.....166 Waldorff, Kenneth .............. Spear, Robert Anthony, Jr .......,. Spearow, Robert Glen ............. Spencer, Carl E., Jr ..................... .......52 ........189 ..,.....,..177 Spitznagel, Walter Frederick .................. 53-154 Splawn, Raymond Merle ......... Springer, Edward Hugh .,...... Springer, John Henry .....,...... Staender, Gilbert Frank ........ Stafford, Wes Arthur ......... Stahl, Homer J ...........,..... Staight, Paul E ................ Stall, Caroline Lisette ........ Stangel, Louis Francis ....... Stanko, Michael ........... Stearns, Ralph Daniel ....... Steed, Raymond John ......... Steed, Wayman Wesley ....,... Steele, William Osborne ....... Steinbach, Stanley Louis .,,..... Stevens, Donald J .,........ Stevens, Robert Louis ...,..... Stewart, Thomas H ......,...., Stickel, Walter George ......... Sting, William Raith ......, Stoering, Neil Allen ,,......... Stoffer, Leonard Ernest ........ Stokes, Edward Donald ........ Stoll, Robert T .........,,......., Storm, Richard Jack ....... Strachan, Irving D .....,... Strand, Don Douglas .,...... Strand, Robert Martin ....,... Strange, Frank Bolin ..... Strode, Kenneth H ........, Strong, Robert Dale ....................... Strowbridge, Wayne Howard ....... Stuart, Brett Randall ............... Stuhldreier, John F .,........... Sugahiro, Yamato Larry ....,... Sugura, Peter J ................. Suing, Jack Curtis .......... Sullivan, Edward L ..........,. Sullivan, Maurice M ..i.......... Sundborg, Robert Chester ........ .........,.166 .,.....91-92-189 ...,....189 .....,......84-189 10-1 12-177 ........189 ,.......189 ........189 10-177 .........42-80-85 ...........167 1 1-1 12-177 ......,140-177 ....,..138-189 ,.,....,189 ........167 ........189 .,......177 ,..........177 .......138-189 .......126-189 Suppes, Benedict Joseph ......... ........... 1 77 Suprine, Steve ..,..,..........,,..............,,..........., 178 Sweeney, James Joseph ...,.,.... 121-153-154-167 Sweeney, John F ...,,................,.............i......... 42 Sweeney, William Michael .............. 42-117-154 Sweet, Darrell Howard .............. ................. 4 2 Swiberg, Edward Lawrence ......... ........ 1 78 Switzer, Eugene Garber .........,. ....,... T Tabler, Ben ...,...........,.,,.......,,... ..........,.... 1 67 Talley, Beniamin Franklin ......... ....... 1 46-189 Tardiff, Donald M ................ .....,..64-88 Tawney, Richard Price .......i.......................... 167 Thalhofer, Robert Lawson ..............28-29-53-67-74-BZ144-153-1 54 Thayer, Leland F ...,.................................,....... 64 Thelen, James E ....., ......,..... Thomas, Donald Richard ....... Thomas, Harold David ...... Thompson, James W ......... Thompson, Paul King ......... Thompson, Roger Guy ......... . Thompson, Roy M .............,......... Thompson, Thorpe, Joe Edwards ............ Tichy, Michael William ....... Tidwell, Roy Lee .........,.......... Tierney, John Norbert ......... Tindall, Dennis Robert ....... Tipton, James Patrick ......... Tone, Bernard L .,.,.......... Stanley Joseph ........ . ..,.... 189 ......80-178 ...,....167 ........189 .......,1'l7 ........178 ......l.155 ffffff.f.i5Qi15 ........178 ........18-53 Tontz, Charles Eugene ....... Tool, Stephen Thomas .........., Toomey, Daniel Howard ....,.... Topping, Charles Raymond ......... Trembley, Philemon B .......... . Trenhol m, Ronald B ....,.. Trout, George Dixon ......... Troyer, John Philip ....,..... Troyer, Larry Roy ............,.. Trumbull, Robert William ...... Turin, Louis M ...,................... Turina, Donald Joseph .......... Turner, Glen E .................... Turner, John .......................... Twietmeyer, Earl Herman. ..... . U Um, Paul l ...................,. ..... Underdahl, Kenneth T ......., Uga r, Michael Joseph ......... Ungar, Thomas E .............,.. Uphoff, Kenneth W .................. .....,...42-154 .......,189 ..,.....19O ...,....178 ...,....189 1 31 -167 .....,..178 ........19O 139-141-178 ., ........ 53-153-154 Utz, Frederick Raymond, Jr ....... . ..... 53-114-154 V Vaillancourt, Dean Lawrence .,........ BO-168-178 Valley, Leonard Coleman ....... Vcun Campen, John G. ............ . Vance, Allen Louis ............................. ......-. 1 78 Vandenberg, David Raymond .... Vander Wettering, Clarence Virgil 126-146-147-148-190 Van Dyke, George Wayne ...................... 89-178 Van Gogh, John A .........,........... Van Hoomissen, George Albert ,,.....,....................74-89-103-110-159-167 Van Hoomissen, Peter Vincent ,...29-43-69-74-87-89-106-107-144-153-154 Vanikiotis, James Theodore ............ Vanikiotis, Nicholas Aristides .....,.. Vasquez, Jose G. .,.....,,......i........ . Vassallo, Samuel .... VeLaga, John A .,....,. Venuti, Carl Emil ........ Vernetti, Jack Blair ......,... Vetesk, Ben Houston ..i...... Vetterlein, Robert James ....... 90 .......154-178 .,.........167 ......43 ...........190 .,.........69-95 Vichas, Deno George ...........................,.............. Vickers, Thomas Rudolph ..,.....,...,... 111-112-167 Vidoni, John l. .............,......... ZL'6 """""""""""' ' Vieira, Ellsworth Eric .....,...................,,......... 178 Vincent, Nathaniel Read .................,...,.. 94-178 Vitas, John K ........,................ Volpe, John Samuel .............. Voorhees, Wesley LeRoy ......... Vos, Nicholas Frank ......,.......... Vreeland, Donald Kenneth ....,... Vuksich, Rudolph Anthony ........ Vuylsteke, Allen George ...,...... W Waddingham, Charles A ...... ,. Waddington, Jack Dennis ........ Wager, Kevin Patrick .......... Wager, Richard Francis ........ Walden, Phillip Summers ........ Walker r Allen Marshall ....,.. . Walker, James Edward ........ Walker, Walker, Walker, Walker, Walker, Wallo, Walsh, Walsh, Robert Lee ......,.,.... James Thomas ........ Richard Craig .......... .... ........167 fffffffiimqo 12-167 ....43-89-154 ....81-82-167 .........82-178 ......80-82-85 ........190 ........178 ........167 Robert Bigelow .......,........ .......... Robert Jerome ..... ....... ...... . .167 Edward ................... .... Edward Patrick ........ Robert Emmett ..,..... 209 ..c.....17B ........167 .,...,...74-169 Walsh, Robert James .,.......... Wanamaker, Donald W ....... Wang, Paul W. E .............. Ward, Luther Buford ......... Wardell, Joseph L ...,....... Warmuth, Joe Wilson ....... Washtok, Donald Bruce ........ Waters, Billy Franklyn ,....... . Waters, Donald Roderick ..... Watkins, Frank Austin ....... Watt, Alan Donald .......... Watt, James Edward ......... Watt, John Nell .......,....,.. Watt, Richard A .,...........,.. ....... Weatherford, Richard Harry ....... Webber, Bill .......,.........,.s,..... Weber, Edward Donald ........ Weber, Gerald Anthony ...... Weber, Walter N ................... Webster, Marshall Clark .......... Webster, Weddell, Robert Ward ....... Alan O'Neil ......... Wewwell, Roger L ................. Wegener, Edward Paul ........ Weiland, David ,,...,...... Weisuss, Norman .......... Weimar, Roman Carl ...,......,, Weismandel, Robert Allen .... Welch, John Quentin ..,...... Welch, Thomas Kelley ....... Welle, Richard Z ............. Weller, Wilfred P ..,,.... Wells, Richard Lee ....,...,, Wendel, Arletta Joan ....... ......,190 .......167 .......167 .........89-190 .,.....64-89 .......190 .......167 ..,......95-167 .......19O .......190 .......190 .......178 ,...,..167 .......167 ....,..167 .....,.190 12 .......178 Wenker, William J ..... 1 .......... ......... 8 0-81-85 Went, Burton Herman, Jr ......... .........,. 1 78 Wescom, Lewis Perry ............ .......... West, James H ................. ....... 1 90 Westlund, Roger Loren ....... Wheaton, Walt L ................ Whitaker, Robert Fred ...... White, Charles S .,.............. White, Terrance Dunbar.. Wiederhold, Milton Paul ...... Wiese, William E .,.............. Wiesmann, Robert John ..,.,... Wiggins, Bill C .................. Wilkins, Carol Roger .,.......... Williams, Donald Arthur .......... Williams, Gerald Leland ...... Williams, John B ................ Williams, Maurice Alton ...... Williams, Myron Douglas ...... Williams, Norman Ralph ...... Williams, Robert Lee ......, Williams, Ronald leon ....... Williams, Roy E .................. Willmarth, James Davis ........ Wilson, David Karl ............ Wilson, Donald Ray ....... Wilson, Edward Louis ....... Wilson, Edwin .................. Wilson, Jack Louis ................ Wilson, William Choury ,....,.... Wilson, William Henry .......... ......,190 .......82-85 .......167 .....,.167 ...,...167 .......178 .......167 .......121 12-190 81-83-85-167 ...........190 .........53'-111 .......107-167 .......126-167 .......167 Wilson, William Loren .............. ....... 1 78 Willson, Richard Barrett ................................ 53 Winter, John W ...i.........,..................................... Winters, Jackson Lee ........ 128-131-134-154-167 Winters, Jim W .,..,,... 131-132-133-134-136-190 Wirth, Norman Val .............................. .......... 1 90 Wise, Zma A ..............,........,,..,..............,...... 190 Wisecarver, Earl Gladstone ................ 76-89-167 Wissbaum, Larry Lee ....,... 117-123-154-156-167 Witty, Lee Thomas ....... ..................... 8 0-81-88 Witz, John .....,.......... Wolte, Wolfe, Wong, Wood, Wood, Wood, Fred Cameron ...... Diedrich, Jr ............. Elmer Servulus, ..... .. Howard J ......... Lawrence Frederick.... Leo S ....................,.- Woolley, Alan M ..,...... Wortman, Kenneth ....... ........53 ........53 ......190 190 ........l7 .,....167 Wridge, Spencer D ........ ...... 1 31-144-153-154 Wrublik, Richard R ........ Wyatt, Calvin M ..,...... FRESHMEN Barnett, Beverly Kay ....... Bauer, Byrne, Alice Caroline.. ..... Patricia Marie...,..... ...,....43 ,,,.,,.,,.,.181 .......79-181 ..........79-181 Campbell, Aileen Marie .,....... .,....,. 7 9-83-182 Chandler, Dorothy Ann ....... Christensen, Dorothy ...... Coate, Dolores Ann ...... Cook, Lucille Agnes ..,.... David, Fitzell, Joan .............-- Barbara ...... .... .....,. Flynn, Patricia Allene --.--------- ........78-B3-182 .......83-182 ...,...78-182 .......79-183 Gorgeno, Marie Josephine ....... . .v.A..,.v----- ---- 1 33 Jones, Joyce, Joan .. .A.... .---.- ---- - -------- - - Helen ............ ------ Juenemann, Charlotte .,.. Kalmbach, Dorothy ..... Kaul, Myrna .....--.-.---A Kelly, Leota Ailiene ....,.. Kelly, Rose ................. Kelley, Patricia Ann .......... King, Mary Louise ..,......-.-,A- Kussman, Beatrice Diane.,.. Libby, Dolores Louise ......... Margason, Anita Gay ........ McDermott, Mary Grace ...... Mclntyre, Jean Allghe, .... . Menne, Eleanor Anne ........ Miller, Joann Edith ............ Mueller, Virginia Jane ......... Narrance, Elizabeth Arden ..... Neutzling, Margaret Ann .....A.. 77-179-185 ....,..79-185 85 ........78-79-185 85 79-185 ........78-79-185 ,.79-83-185 ,.......180-186 ,.,.,,......186 ........79-83-186 86 ..78-83-187 ......77-180-187 Nicholson, Nancy Anne .... -.....,----------------4- - --137 Novielli, Teresa Louise ...i..............Y.--- .------4--- 1 87 O'Connor, Patricia .......----.-- 9- 20-78-79-83-187 0'Leary, Hanna Mary ............-.------ 79-179-187 Phillips, Barbara Gabert ........ Robertson, Donna Mae .......,. Rueschenberg, Catherine ....... Sanders, Lillian ..............-. Brady, Schatz, Scheel, Senko, Walsh, Wilcox, Woods, Esther Mary ....... Dorothy Mae .... .... Dorothy Marie .... ..... Donna ........ Frances Eileen .... .. Sharon Lee ................. .. SOPHOMORES Ashdown, Elizabeth ................ Baker, Gladys Elizabeth ........ Beh, Pauline Frances ........ Ma ry ........,......... Buyserie, Janice ...... Callaghan, Helen . Case, Joan ........ - Clay, Virginia ..... .... Dove, Joan , ......... Driscoll, Carolyn .. ........ Gandiaga, Marguerite .... Garratt, Phyllis ......... .......79-188 .........f..isa ..... 9-78-79-83 .. ....... 78-170 .........170 .......78-170 .......78-171 ......78-79 78-79-83-93-172 78-79-83-172 ....,.,9-78-172 ..,........172 Y Yang, Hanford ..,............ Yap, Norman M. F ....... .........'l90 Yarne, Benson K ................... ......... 1 78 Yazalina, Frank Samuel ......... ......... 1 78 Yeast, Jacques Claire ....... ..,..,... 1 90 Yee, David .................,.,. Yohn, Jefferson Davis ........ York, Roger Franklin ..... .... . ........ 167 ......9l-178 Young, Kenneth Eugene ......... ......... 1 67 College of Nursing Gartrell, Barbara ..........i....................... 78-172 Gosch, Joanne .......,. Hatch, Peggy ..... Hee, Bertha ..... Hodge, Effie .......................Y. Hostetler, Elizabeth Rosina... Jungwirth, lla-Vey ............... Klein, Kathleen Ann... LaMar, Dorothy ..... Lofgren, Donna ,............. Lutz, Carol ...........,........... Marshall, Barbara Ann ....,.. McNally, Mary Catherine. Medler, Martha ......,... Narey, Betty ........ Nielsen, Luetta ........... O'Meara, Diane Lee ....,.. Ryan, Philis Starr ...,.., ....... Sacchini, Louise ......... Schauffler, Christine ..... Schwary, Rita ........,....... Searcie, Alpha Bell ......... Shearer, Gail .........., Shields, Alice .... Steele, May ................ Susanka, Charlotte .... Tucker, Janice ................ . ...... 78-79-169-173 .,........9-78-173 ....,..78-173 .20-78-83-168-173 .......79-174 .........,..174 ...........,.78-174 ........77-78-174 ...........169-174 ........78-79-175 ........78-79-175 ........78-83-175 Rickman, Joyce ....... ........ .77-78-79-169-177 ...,..........78-79-177 ........78-79-177 ...,...,..78-177 .........177 .......78-177 .........177 .......78-178 .......78-178 Van Dyke, Geraldine ....,..,...... .......... 7 8-178 Van Hoomissen, Joan Mary .............. 78-79-178 Vardanega, Dorothy ........................ 78-79-178 Wimmer, Nancy .......... Zbinden, Lillian ............... Zielinski, Gladys Rose ......... JUNIORS Bolme, Carolyn ......,.....,....... Bassett, Glenna Kay .,,,.... Bates, Lorraine ............. Benson, Faye Louisei. .... ..... . .......77-78-168-178 ................78-178 .....,.79-178 ,........160 .........160 ............160 Besser, Joann Dorothy Louise .,.......... 11-99-160 Block, Mary Mildred .............. Bolt, Christina Agnes ........ ........,...16O Burr, Helen ...,..i............ ............... 1 60 Camus, Dorothy Marie ...... ..,..... 1 59-160 Cates, Joan Lolo .............,......... ......... 1 60 Christy, Marie Elizabeth ..,...... ......... 1 60 Corey, Alda Jeanne .......... Cutone, Edith Irene ....,.... Darragh, Rita Marie ........ DiDonato, Florence ,...... Doyle, Mary Ellen ....,. Eppers, Patricia ..... Erickson, Marilyn ...... Fisher, Shirley ......... Gardner, Mary .... Griffin, Charlene Hardison, Mary ...........,. Harmon, Patricia .............. Hawkins, Barbara Jean ....... Jacobson, Marion ............ 210 .........161 .........161 .........161 .........161 .........161 .........161 .........161 ......162 ........,162 .,,.....,163 .......,.,..163 ..,.....158-163 .......,....163 Youngblood, Jerry Ray ........ Yragui, Leon John ............. Yuktonis, Alphonse Louis ...... Z Zaremba, Dolores ..... , ...... . Zaworski, Audrey V ....... Zell, Loyal T ................ Zeman, Louis Carl ............, Zettle, Donald Anthony ........ Zimmerman, Theodore E ........ Zion, Jacquelyn Joyce ........... Lagerfeld, Yvonne Marcene Melhuish, Polly ..,........,... Metcalf, Dolores ,,,... Minor, Earline ....... Nelson, Donna ..... O'Maera, Eileen Potter, Lynn ..... Quinn, Ann ..,,.. Riedel, Olive ..... Roelli, Gertrude ....v Ryan, Barbara ........,. Sather, Betty Jean ....... Schmalz, Joan ................ Sommer, Patricia Louise ..... Stupfel, Lillian Marie .....,... Sullivan, Helen Zetta ............ Thompson, Shirley Ethel ...... Walsh, Carol Jean. ,.... Wentworth, Nancy ..... Yambert, Susan .................... SENIORS Allen, lona .... ...... ........... . Arthur, Elaine Baker, Anita ......... Block, Beverley .....,.. Busch, Joyce Mary ,...... Calkins, Harriett ...... Christensen, Sylvia ..... Clairmont, Marie ...... Coates, Richalyn .. Dickson, Emily ....... ........190 ..,.....178 ........178 .......17 ....l.l:l90 ...fff...5b.w5 .,.....159-164 ........164 ........165 ...........165 ..........'l58-165 77-78-79- 166 ...,....166 ........166 ....,...166 ........166 ...J55 ........167 ........167 ........167 ........167 .......29-33-57-77 .......57 .......57 .......57 . ........ 28-38-57 ..,,....57-77 Drips, Donna ...................., ........ 5 7-79 Fitzell, Ann Elizabeth ............,. ...,...... 5 7 Granbois, Evelyn Alexandrine ...,,... ....... 5 7 Johnson, Noreen ...,....,,..,,...... ........... Johnson, Fay ...,.......,...... .....,, 5 7 Johnson, Patricia Ann ....... Kuensting, Margaret ...... Loy, Priscilla .............,...,. MacNamara, Patricia ...... Mally, Patricia ...,........, Mitchell, Marcelline ..... Morrow, Sally ..v.....,,......... Neigel, Dolores Marian ........ Pollock, Marian ............. Saxton, Marilyn Louise ...... Scheuer, Beatrice ......... Scheideman, Beverly ..,,.. Shea, Patricia ........... Snyder, Edna Jane ....... Sturza, Rose Marie ........ Sunderland, Betty Jean ...... Uhlenkott, Patricia ........ Vanderbeck, Lucille ..... Wall, Elizabeth ...... Westendick, Helen White, Ethel Marian ...,.... Wick, Persis Anne ....... Windecker, Lola ....... .......57 ,.......57-79 ...........29-57 .......19-58-79-95 ...........28-58 ........58-79 ...,....58-88 ..,......58-79-88 .........58-79-88 .........58-67-77 ........58-79 .........58-79-88 ...........58-79 Table ACTIVITIES INTRODUCTION ................. TI'I'I.IE . ....... . RIiGlS'l'RA'I'ION .... WELCOM Ii VVISIEK . . . FALL FEVER ...... FREDDIIE SLACK .... I-IOMECOMING .......... OUTSTANDING EVENTS .... BARN IJANCE .......... CIIRISTMAS PARTY .... GI.ASS MENAGERIE FRONT PAGE ..... CHRISTMAS CAROL . . NIGHT MUST FALL ... BIOLOGISTS BALL . . . . SVVEIi'I'I'IEAR'I' BALL JUNIOR PROM ...... SENIOR BALL .... CAMPUS DAY ....,. COM M IENCIZ M ENT ............... COLLEGES REV. THEODORE J. MEHLINGA, C.S.C., PRESIDENT. . ADMINISTRATION OFFICIZRS .................... SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS ............... BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION FACULTY ..... BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION GRADUATIES .... LIBERAL AR'I'S FACULTY ................ LIBERAL ARTS GRADUATES .... NURSING FACULTY ........ NURSING GRADUATES .... SCIENCE FACULTY .... SCIENCE GRADUATES ENGINEERING FACULTY .... ENGINEERING GRADUATIZS .... MUSIC FACULTY ......... MUSIC GRADUA'I'IiS . . . CAMPUS LIFE DICK PIZZO, ASUP PRESIDENT .... ASSOCIATED STUDENTS ....... NURSES ACTIVITY' COUNCIL . . . PEI' CLUB ................ ALPHA 'FAU DELTA ........ DODALITY ................... ASSOCIATED MUSIC STUDENTS MUSICOEDS ................. PIPHIMU... ........... HONORARIES AI.I'HA PSI OMEGA ............. BETA BETA BETA ........... INTER-COLLEGIATE KNIGHTS .... of Confenfs PUBLICATIONS 1 BEACON .... ................... 2 LOG ..... 4 PILOT .... PREFACE .......... 6 BIOLOG ............. 8 PORTLAND ENGINEER ..... I0 BUSINESS AD BROCHURE .... 11 STUDENT DIRECTORY ..... 12 14 PEOPLE YOU KNOW 15 OUTSTANDING FRESHMAN .....,...... 16 PORTLAND,S PRIZE PASSER . . . 17 SHE RULED HOMECOMING .... A COUPLE OF GUYS ....... 18 .... NAMED AL ..... 18 QUEEN VELMAI ... I9 BLITHE SPIRIT 20 . FERD ......... .............. ii ORGANIZATIONS 22 SPANISH CLUB ..................... 24 BUSINESS AD CLUB ...... INDUSTRIES EXPOSITION .... CAMPUS CLUB .......... ENGINEERS ........ 25 SPEAKERS BUREAU .. 26 FUTURE TEACHERS .... 28 TRAVEL CLUB ...... 30 YOUNG DEMOS .... ii YOUNG G.O.P. ... .... ....- gi SPORTS FOOTBALL ........ ......... gg FROSH FOOTBALL BASKETBALL ........ 62 65 FROSH BASKETBALL 67 SFKIING ............. RACK .... Z3 BASEBALL . . . GOLF .............. MONOGRAM SMOKER . .. MONOGRAM CLUB 73 INTRAINIURALS ............... 74 77 - CLASSES 78 SNOW SCENE ................. Z3 JUNIOR OFFICERS .... .IUNIORS ............. 80 SOPHOMORE OFFICERS .... 84 SOPHOMORES .......... 85 FRESHMAN OFFICERS .... FRESHMEN ........... ADVERTISERS ........ 86 ACKNOWLEDGMENTS . . . 88 INDEX ............... 89 TABLE OF CONTENTS .... 211 l Q


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