University of Puget Sound - Tamanawas Yearbook (Tacoma, WA)
- Class of 1941
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Business Manager - - FRANK WALTER
Photography - - KRUG - LUTZ STUDIO
TURNER RICHARDS STUDIO
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In this 1941 edition of Tamanawas, , t
we have portrayecl events of the cal- W t ' '
endar year at the College of Puget y I txxu ' J t
Sound. May you cherish and enjoy A r
these memoirs now and in the future. I ' 2 D A' '
Law or Groocl Color of
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i 0 i 5 i To the entire student body of the Col-
, . vi ! lege of Puget Sound, whose lspiriti of
ii i , V M i r M i cooperation and service will ever mark
i i progress, we dedicate this 1941
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Color of Liberal
411:11 QUADRANT 31:41 QUADRANT
TO AN ATHLETE DYING YOUNG
The time you won your town the race
We chaired you through the market place:
Man and boy stood cheering by,
And home we brought you shoulder-high.
Today, the road all runners come,
Shoulder-high we bring you home,
And set you at your threshold down,
Townsman of a stiller town.
Smart lad to slip betimes away
From fields where glory does not stay,
And early though the laurel grows
It Withers quiclcer than the rose.
Eyes the shady night has shut
Cannot see the record cut, i
And silence sounds no worse than cheers
After earth has stopped the ears:
Now you will not swell the rout
Of lads that wore their honors out
Runners whom renown outran
And the name died before the man.
So set, before its echoes fade,
The fleet foot on the sill of shade,
And hold to the low lintel up
The still-defended challenge-cup."
l f-A. E. Housman.
- HARRY WERBISKY
EVERE LL S. COLLINS
The College lost a great friend in the death of Mr. Everell S.
Collins. He was an understanding, sympathetic trustee. His inter-
est in the College was that of one who thought of youth and the
opportunity which the College afforded them.
He helped materially' to open the doors of higher education
to youth, feeling that they could be of greater service to God and
their fellows if cultured and educated.
He was an earnest Christian man, and a business man who
maintained an exalted standard for his business life as well as
for his private lite.
His interest in the College was not restricted to good advice
and wise counsel. It was he who put up the initial challenge of
Sl00,000 for the raising of 51,000,000 in 1920. He usually toolc
one-tenth of the amount to be raised in succeeding campaigns.
Referring to the proposed library building, he wrote last Septem-
ber: ul am prepared to give such funds as are needed, and as
soon as needed, by the contractor, payments being made as usual
for that type of work." His sudden death in December made
necessary that his purpose be carried out as his estate is settled.
Trustees, faculty, alumni and students unite in paying a lov-
ing tribute to Mr. Collins. His influence will reach through the
years, and we shall loolc forward to the time when a worthy build-
ing, of the character and quality of our other buildings, shall be
dedicated to his memory, that those who may not have been
privileged to lcnow him will lilcewise reverence this friend and
benefactor of the College of Puget Sound.
T I RCQNTENTS.
BETTY JANE PETERSON. Ectitor FRANK WALTER, Business Manager
DIVISION EDITORS I
BLANCHE HAYNES RUTH PAULINE TODD JOHN SHARP
Administration Classes Men's Athletics
BETTY JANE PYLE MARC-UERITE KATH
Women's Athletics Student Life
JUSTINE DE WOLFE IVIARY CATHERINE LINCOLN RUTH SONNEMAN
Forensics Dramutics Publications
BETTY BROCK BEI I I PIATT KATHRYN EVANS DORIS VVITTREN
Music anal Honoraries ' Organizations
- MARY KATHERINE HAGER MARIJANE LEWIS ANIT A VVEGENER
Copy Editors Picture Editor
DIVISION ASSISTANTS ORGANIZATION COMMITTEE
Jean Rohmer Lois Hill Mark Porter Anita Vvegener Mr. Drummond Tom Hill Mr. Oiseth
Ruttni Crain Ellen Swayne, Charles Swanson Betty Peterson Frank Walter
FRANK WALTER, Manager BERT POLING BETTY SIEGLE MARK PORTER
Linccl up and wuiiing.
YOU'lI lmvc in get another signature
Talking i! over-the bell.
Lct's see. Somebody make up my
It all lends up io this-gracluaiion
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PRESIDENT EDWARD H. TODD IVLS., D.D.. LL,D., L.H.D.. 1913
PUBLIC RELATIONS means the inter-reIations between puIJIic groups com-
posed of individuaI human heings.
The CoIIege proceeds on the principIe that to have good puhIic reIations it
must not only make incIividuaIs stronger and better. hut cause them to think more
I1ighIy of themseIves. Let me give three examples of methods of procedure.
The first is the Coior Post. The faculty matricuiates the freshmen into the coI-
Iege cIasses. The student body. by authority of the trustees. paraIIeIs that matricu-
Iation by IormaI CoIor Post ceremonies to induct the freshmen into the student
body. The senior cIass of the previous spring formaIIy reIates itseIf to the incoming
cIass hy committing its interest in the CoIor Post to this new class. Thus aIumni.
students, facuIty and trustees in a cooperative act cIecIare good wilI one to the other.
The second is the puhiication of the Tamanawas. Here is a student enterprise
in which the students, facuIty and aiumni participate. The puIJIished record of
student organization and activity is one which acts on the memory of aIumni IiIce
a record on a phonograph. The memories of days in coIIege speak again.
The third is the Order of Founders and Patrons. Here, those who have Iahored
and loved, whose steps are siowed and whose energies are waning, are given
honorable recognition, and are drawn out of their secIusion with the decIaration
that they are stiII recognized Iny trustees. facuIty, students and aIumni as having
pIayed an important part in making the CoIIege of today what it is. '
No one in any of these groups can ever forget what the CoIIege did to make
his or her Iife happier. better and sronger. I'Iere are shown some of the Inases upon
which Iasting vaIue of puIJIicity is huiIt for deveIoping good putJIic reIations.
CHARLES A. ROBBINS, Bursar
The College of Puget Sound gratefuiiy acknowledges the
LYLE FORD DRUSHEL, A. M.
New York University, 1955: '
Dean of Women anti Assistant
Professor of Engiish, 1951
IOHN DICKINSON REGESTER,
Boston University, 1928:
A Professor of Philosophy, 1924: ,
Dean of College, 1956
twenty-five years of faithful service given hy Mr. Charles A.
Robbins to the school. The past quarter of a Century has seen
many changes since. 1916 when Mr. Robbins first came to the
College. There was a small campus, inadequate frame iauiici-
ings, meager equipment, a small, though well qualified faculty.
three members of which are sti11 here. There was no foothaii
team, basketball team, no gymnasium: there were no sororities
or fraternities. There was an organized student body, but 13e-
Cause of limited funds, there were few student activities as we
lcnow them today.
It has been through the loyalty and devotion of men such
as Mr. Robbins, through their untiring efforts in behaif of this
school, that the College of Puget Sound has grown untii it can
take its place prouciiy among the coiieges and universities of
JOHN W ROBINSON Ph D
Assistant Professor ot Philosophy
ancl Religious Education 1959
L STUART PARKS B S
Instructor in Health and Phys:
cal Education 1940
ARTHUR L FREDERICK M
Professor .Iohn O I-'oster Chan
ot Religious Education 1927
ARTHUR VV MARTIN Ph D
Professor ot Mathematics 1955
AMORY R HAYNES B S
Instructor in Engineering Draw
mg and Surveying
MARTHA PEARL JONES AM
Professor ol Speech 1950
ERICH J F KOKER A B
Teacher in Violin
D ROBERT SMITH
B S M Mus
Instructor in Pipe Organ 1956
MARJORIE .IFNKINS MANN
Director ot Physical Education
to Vvomen 1956
LOUIS G WERSEN M A m
Teacher 01 Public School Meth
ods ancl Instrumental Music
MEI VIN O KOHLER, B F A
Assistant Professor ot Art, 1954
JULIUS P. .IAEGER Ph. B.
' I Professor of English 1929
'Q M ' BERTHA WOOD ROBBINS
I ' ' Ph. B.
V xl Instructor in Spanish 1929
.I N.,. .I HOWARD OISETI-I A. M.
.. Instructor ot English and Jour-
! - na ism 1940
CHRISTIAN MILLER A. IV1.
Registrar and Assistant Protes-
sor ot German 1951
HELEN .I McKINNEY Ph D
Associate Professor ot French
RAYMOND I.. POWELL Ph D
Protessor ot Education 1956
RAYMOND S SEWARD Ph D
Professor ot Physics 1925
JAMES R SLATER
A M M Pd
Professor ot Biology 1919
FRANK G WILLISTON Ph D
Professor 01 History ancl Pollti
cal Science 1952
BLANCHE W STEVENS M S
Protesso Lillian Maihan Chair
ot Home Economics 1927
FRIEQIIDERICK A MCMILLAN
Professor ot Geology 1924
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LYLE S. SHELMIDINE, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor of History
and Political Science. 1956
ROBERT D. SINCLAIR, Pin. D.
Professor of Psychology, 1950
PHILIP S. PADELFORD. A. M.
Fellowship in History, 1940
ROBERT 1... DRUMMOND, A.M.
Instructor in Art, 1959
WARREN E. TOMLINSON.
Professor ol Gemxan, 1955
SUSAN M. WATT, A. M.
Reference Librarian, -1959
OSCAR ANDERSON, A. B.
Assistant in Biology, 1958
ELLERY CAPEN. M. B. A.
Assistant Professor of Business
Administration ancl Econofnics,
GEORGE REAGAN. B. A.
Assistant to Bursar, 1959
CHARLES BATTIN, Pl1.D.
Professor, Robert Laird McCor-
mick Cllair ol Economics, 1926
RICHARD D. SMITH, B. A.
Field Secretary, Alumni Execu-
at , ' Y' 1 H
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LEONARD G. JACOBSEN, B.M.
Professor of Pianolorte, 1951
MARVIN R. SCHAFER, P11. D.
Professor of Sociology, 1952
JOHN PAUL BENNEIT, B.F.A.
Director ol the Conservatory ancl
Professor of Voice, 1928
JOHN ADAMS. B. A.
Fellowship in Economics, 1940
LEO J. FRANK, A. Ni.
Assistant Professor, Heacl ol'
Plmysical Eclucation Dept.. 1958
FLOYD O. HITE, A. M.
Assistant Professor of Education,
COOLIDGE O. CHAPMAN.
Professor of English, 1952
WALTER S. DAVIS, A. M.
Professor of History and Politi-
cal Science. 1907
CLARENCE HAGEN, B. S.
Assistant in Psychology
LINDA VAN NORDEN. A.1V1.
Assistant Professor ot Englislx
SOMERS R. SLEEP, M, D.
PHILIP FEHLANDT, Ph. D.
Associate Professor of Chem-
" A A I HELEN M. LEWIS, AB.
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A M Circulation Librarian, 1959
- lit .-!. WARREN PERRY, A. M.
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' , I..iIJrarian. I927
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- " N EVERILDA B. SHINN, B. S.
K 'A , Assistant in Home Economics.
I f I 1940 I
-- - HOWARD CARLSON, B.S.'
FeIIowship in Mathematics and
FRANK ANARDE B A m Music LUCILLE IVIEREDITH A IVI
Teacher in Brass Instruments Instructor of Speech I939
PAUL R FOSSUIVI Ph D HUGH B PICARD Ph D
Lecturer m Economics Instructor of Chemistry 1940
OFFICE STAFF Bach Angst Johnson TayIor Grltfcn
Front Cheney Seward ALUMNI STAFF Bates G. Johnson
TUDENT ADMINI TRATION
Central Boarrl, composecl of class anti ac-
tivity representatives, clirects tlie activities ancl
funcls of the associated stuclents. It llas tile
legislative authority ol tlie ASCPS ancl en-
lorces traclitions and confers llonors and
Outstanding accomplislmments of tliis past
year liaveiloeen tlue sponsoring of tlme most suc-
cesslul Homecoming in the annals of tlie
scliool, and tlie students' season ticlcet drive:
time passing ol legislation lor a six-column
Trail: new eligiiaility rules for canciiclates lor
ASCPS officers: a bigger opportunity For tlue
clevelopment of tlle bancl at CPS ancl a new
program for tlme All College Party lielcl at tlie
The presiclent for tl'xe year was Lyall Jamie-
son: vice presicient, lVlarie lvlulligang secretary,
Annalael lVliller: senior representatives, Ronald
Rau ancl George lVlitcl1ell: junior representa-
tives, Bill Tregoning ancl Lawrence Henfler-
son: sopilomore representatives, Pegge Simp-
son ancl Paul l'leustong lreslwman representa-
tive, Arnolcl Rulcan: WAA manager, Louise
.laylcop Delaate Manager, Yoslwiteru Kawanog
lvlusic lvlanager, Ed lVliller: Eclitor of Tamana-
was, Betty Peterson: Eclitor ol Trail, Ecl l'lun-
gerlorcl: Dramatics Manager, Vvillaur Baisin-
gerg lVlenls Atlnletic Manager, .lolun Boyle: ln-
tramural lVlanager, Franlc Walter: General
Manager, lVlr. Capen: Aclvisers, Dean Reges-
ter, lVlr. Reagan, and lVlr. Robbins. l
. CENTRAL BOARD-Buck row: Hungerford. Wir. Capcn, Kawnno, Trcgoning. Miriclle row: E. Miller, Baisinger, A. Miller, Jamieson
Rau, Rukan. Front row: Niilciic-ii, Jnyiio. Boyle, Simpson. Peterson.
This committee prepares the budget and submits
it to Central Board for its approval.
FINANCE Mulligan, Jamieson, Mr. Capcn. Miller.
This committee selects and arranges the
chapel and assembly programs.
CHAPEL--Baci: row: Woods. Jamieson, Henderson.
Mcwhirter, Dr. Frecicricic. Front row: Mulligan. Rau.
STUDENT AFFAIRS-Baclz row: Dr. Shelmidine. Boyle,
Jamieson, Dr. Vvilliston. Front row: Mrs. Seward, Mulligan,
Bradley, Mrs. Drustmet.
They supervise the policy and manage-
ment of all the publications at CPS.
They supervise the calendar and advise
social affairs of time student body.
P BLICATIONS-Buck row: Mr. Ca en. Mr. Oisetll. Jamieson. Porter, Waller.
Front row: Peterson. Hungerford.
RUTH PAULINE TODD z
1. Art--Scientific observation.
2. Ankle Socks-I-Saddle sixoesdrtnooks
5. LiI:zIJy's Field Day at C. P. S.
4. Literature . . . for cttect.
STAN CHAMP GALE SAMPSON FLORENCE IVICLEAN
Sergeant-at-Arms President Secretary
PHYLLIS ALBERT, Tacoma
Delta Alpha Gamma, Treasurer 3,
ALBERT CHARLES ARNOLD,
San Antonio, Texas
GERALDINE ALEXANDER, Talon..
Lamhcla Sigma Chi, Corresponding Sec-
retary 3, Recorciing Secretary 4,
WILBUR BAISINGER, Puyallup '
Delta Kappa Phi, Secretary 2: Mu
Sigma Delta 3. 4: Dramatics I, 2. 3,
4: Assistant Dramatics Manager 3:
B' A' Manager 4: Pi Kappa Delta: Bancl 2:
Varsity Tennis 4, Alpha Chi Nu. German Club 4.
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MYLES BARRETT, Tacoma HELEN LORENA BERG, Tacoma
B. A. Mathematics
Delta Kappa Phi: Skiing: Tennis
JOHN BOYLE. Tacoma
VV.S.C. I: Sigma Zeta Epsilon Presi-
clent 4: Varsity Football 2. 3. 4: Presi-
dent Lettem1an's Club: Student Man-
ager oi Varsity Athletics 3, 4: Swim-
ming Team 2: Pi Gamma Mu Presi-
dent 4: Inter-fraternity Presiclent 4:
Student Affairs Committee 4: Mu Sig-
ma Delta 4: Whos Who 4.
ROBERT BURT, Tacoma
Sigma Mu Chi: C: P. S. Pre-Medical
WILLIAM CUMMINGS. Tacoma
Attencled University ot Washington,
VV.A.A. 2, 3, 4: Otlah: Hiking Cup 3.
LAVVRENCE BROWN. Tacoma
Historian of Biology Club 4: Trail 3,
STAN CHAMP, Tacoma
Delta Kappa Phi: Band 1: Tennis 3:
Sergeant-at-Arms Senior Class.
VIRGINIA DOUGHERTY, Tacoma
Delta Alpha Gamma: Inter-sorority
tr 4' 6
5 ai '45-6
LOUISE DURAND, Sumner
Y.VV.C.A.: VV.A.A.: Kappa Plii: Pres-
ident ol Anderson Hall 4: Band 2, 5:
Spanisli Club 2, 5, 4.
LUCIA GJUKA. Tacoma
En glisli Literature
Y.W.C.A. 1. 2. 5. 4: W.A.A. 2. 5:
Debate 2. 5: Alplia Clli Omega alumni
Sclnolarsliip 4: Otlall 4.
NEIL GRAY, Tacoma
Delta Pi Omicron: Spanish Club: Let-
terman's Cluln 2, 5, 4: Varsity Foot-
ball 2. 5, 4.
DORIS HARTMAN, Tacoma
Delta Alplia Gamma Treasurer 2. 5:
Spur Historian 2: Otlali President 4:
Y.VV.C.A.: W.A.A.: Pi Gamma Mu:
VVomen's Fecleration Secretary 4: La
Mesa Recloncla ll
ARTHUR FREEMAN , Tacoma
Sigma Zeta Epsilon Secretary 2: Vice-
EDGAR GRAHN, Tacoma
Clii Pi Sigma 2: S.A.A.C.A. 4: I'Iow-
artI1 Sclxolarsliip 5. 4.
ROBERT OLNEY HARDY, Tacoma
La Mesa Reclonda President 5: Y.M.
C.A. Treasurer 4: Independents Presi-
dent 2: Deloate 5: Pi Gamma Mu.
JANET HATCH, Tacoma
Lambda Sigma Clii President 4: VV.
A.A. Treasurer 4: Slci Clulo Vice-Presi-
dent 4: Inter-sorority Council 4: AII-
Star Tennis ancl Volleyball Team 4:
Atliletic Manager 4: May Queen 4.
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IRIVIA HAWKINSON, Wauna ROBERT I-IEATON, Tacoma
Art Clulz I. 2: German Club I. 2. 5:
Oxlah 4: Mu Sigma Delta 5, 4: Cor-
responding Secretary 4.
MRS. VIRGINIA HENNIG, Tacoma
On Salnlzatical leave from Tacoma
DAVID I..YAL.l.. JAMIESON. Tacoma
B. A. Economics
Delta Kappa Plxi Treasurer 5: Dra-
matics I. 2: Debate I: Class President
2: Kniglits ol the Log: Student All-airs
Committee 2. 4: Cliapel Committee 4:
Finance Committee 4: Pulalications
Committee 4: Pi Gamma Mu 4: Presi-
dent A.S.C.P,S.: VVl1o's VVl1o: Inter-
lratemity Council 5, 4: Howartli Scllol-
arsliip in Economics 5, 4.
MARY ANN JELUSICI-I, Tacoma
Delta Alplia Gamma Secretary. Presi-
dent 4: Intersorority Council 4: Clwair-
man ol Intersorority Dance 4: May Day
Page 5: May Queen's Attendant 4:
Tennis Team 1957: Badminton Team
Sigma Mu Clii I, 2: Slci I. 2. 52
Ski Team 2. 5: Trail Stall 4: Band
I, 2: Sergeant-at-Arms of Fresliman
FRANCES HOSS, Puyallup
Alplia Beta Upsilon President 4: Spurs
2: Intersorority Council President 4:
May Day Page 5: Orlah Vice-Presi-
dent 4: Howartli Scliolarsliip in B. A.
LOUISE SUZANNE JAYKO, Tacoma
W.A.A.: VVomen's Atlilelic Manager
4: String Ensemlole 2. 5. 4: Puget
Sound Sympliony 4: Independent Yvo-
men's Intra-mural Manager 2.
BETTY JONES, Winthrop
Kappa Sigma Tlmeta Historian 2: Treas-
urer 5: Y.W.C.A. I. 2. 5. 4: La Mesa
Redonda 2, 5, 4: Pi Gamma Mu 4:
YO'Sl'llTERU KAWANO. Tacoma ROY LOKKEN, Tacoma
Knights ol the Log Secretary-Treasurer
2: Pi Kappa Delta Secretary-Treasurer
2: Debate Manager 4: Central Board
4: Forensics Extemp. I, 2, 5, 4: Pi
Gamma Mu 4: Y.lVl.C.A.: Japanese
Student Club President 4: VVl1o's Who.
FRANK LOWTHER, Manson
Witan Secretary 2: House Manager 4:
International Relations: Y. M. C. A.:
Band l: Adelphians 2: Trail Staff 2, 5.
FRANK MARVIN, Pasco
Xrvitan President 5: Manager 5, 4:
Adelphians l.'2', 5. 4: Chi Pi Sigma:
Howarth Scholarship in Chemistry 4.
FLORENCE lVlcl..EAN, Tacoma
Home Economics '
Kappa Sigma Theta President 4: Spurs:
Secretary ot Senior Class: lnter-sorority
I Y . . N if , ' ...
ANNABEL F. lVllLLER, Bremerton GEORGE MITCHELL, Seattle
Alpha Beta Upsilon Secretary-Treasup
er 2: A.S.C.P.S. Secretary 4: Trail
Stall I: Tamanawas Stall 2: Spurs
Treasurer 2: Dramatics I, 2, 5, 4:
VVomen's Federation Treasurer 2:
Y.W.C.A. Vice-President 2: Freshman
Adviser 5: Junior Class Secretary 5:
Anderson Hall President 4: Chapel
Committee 4: Finance Committee 4:
Otlah 4: VVl1o's Who: lVlay Queen
MARIE DOROTHY MULLIGAN.
Economics and Sociology
Kappa Sigma Theta President 1' Spur
Vice-President: Regional Director ol
National Spurs 5, 4: Slci Clulo Vice-
Presiclent 5: Junior Class Vice Presi-
clent 5: A.S.C.P.S. Vice-President 4:
lntersorority Council President 4: Pi
Gamma Mu: W. A. A.: Workshop
Plays 5: Chairman of Tolo 5: Chapel
Committee 4: Finance Committee 4:
Student Allairs Committee 4: Howarth
DAVID PALMER, Tacoma
Alpha Chi Nu Secretary-Treasurer.
President 4: Knights ot the Log: Puget
Sound Singers 5: Adelphians 5: lnter-
lraternity Council President 4.
MALCOLM PERRY, Tacoma
Sigma Mu Chi President 4: lnter-Fra-
ternity Council 4: Knights ot the Log
2: Central Board 2: Sophomore and
Senior Representative: Trail Stalt 5:
Baslcetluall 1. 2. 5 ,4.
YOSl'llYE OMORI. Tacoma
Puget Sound Singers 5: VV.A.A. 5. 4:
Japanese Student Cluln 1, 2. 5, 1.
JACK PERRY, Tacoma
Delta Pi Omicron Treasurer 2: Vice-
President 5: President 4: Letterman
2, 5, 4: Central Board 5: lnter-Frater-
nity Council 2. 5, 4: Knights ol' the
Log: Varsity Manager, Football, Basket-
ball, Traclc: Editor ot VVlxo's Where:
Trail Statt 1, 2: Pi Gamma Mu.
BETTY JANE PETERSON, Gig Harbor
Editor ol Tamanawas 4: Statt 2. 5:
Central Board 4: Kappa Phi: German
Club 2. 5: Y.XN.C.A. 2. 5: Adelpllians
2, 5. 4: Howarth Scholarship in Ac-
counting 5, 4: Publications Committee 4.
VVriter's Clulm 1, 2: Tide Business Staff
1: Trail Staff 1. 2 ,5: Acting Editor,
Fall 1959: Publications Committee .52
Howard Scholarship in English 5, 4:
Pi Gamma Mu 4: lndependent Study 4.
HUGH MACVVHIRTER, Buckley
Sigma Zeta Epsilon Vice-President 5:
Chapel Committee 5. 4: Slci Clula 2:
Adelphians 2: Traclc I: Varsity Foot-
luall t': Scholarship l, 2.
MILDRED MCKENZIE, Spanaway
English Literature '
Spurs: Writer's Cluln Vice-President 2:
Winner Short Story Contest 2: Dra-
matics 2, 5. 4: Otlah Secretary-Treas-
urer 4: Womens Federation 4: How-
arth Scholarship in English 4: YAN.
C.A.: A.A.U.W. Award 4.
ALLEN MILLER. Spokane
German Club 5. 4: Vice-President 4:
lnternational Relations Clula 5, 4: Vice-
President 4: Aclelphians 5, 4: Vice-
President 4: Y.lVl.C.A. 5, 4: Spolcane
.lunior College l, 2.
VVALT PIPER, Tacoma ROBERT POLLOCK, Tacoma
Sigma Zeta Epsilon House Manager 4:
Lctterman's Club l, 2. 3, 4: Football
l, 2, 3. 4: Basketball l, 2: Baseball
1,21 Golf I, 2.
DONALD RASMUSSEN. Tacoma
Sigma Niu Chi: Pi Gamma Mu: Sid
Club: Ski Team: Chairman of Senior
lANET ROBBINS, Tacoma
Kappa Sigma Theta Vice-President 4:
Shi Club 3: inter-Sorority Council
Treasurer 4: Taman1was Staff 3: Style
Show Chairman 4' Pomoma College
JOHN SHARP Tacoma
Sigma Zeta Epsilon: Trac l 2 3 4-
Football 4: Lettcrm1n's Club: Tannna-
was Sports Eclitor.
Knights ot the Log.
RONALD RAU. Tacoma
Physics and Matheniatics
Knights of the Lag President: Junior
Class Presiclent: Chairman of Home-
coming 3: Senior Representative to
Central Boarcl 4: Chairman ol' Chapel
Committee 4: Chairman of .luriior-Se:
nior Prom 3: independent Stucly in
Physics 3, 4: VVho's Wlio.
GALE SAMPSON, Prosser
Delia Kappa Phi Vice-Presiclent 3:
Aclclphians 2. 3: Knights of the Log:
Advertising Manager ol: the Trail 4:
Chairman ot All-College Party 3:
Chairman o H0lllCCOmTDg.-1' Pi Gam-
nn Mu: Dramatics 3 4: Senior Class
Prcsiclent: Psychology Club 3: Chair-
man oi Vocational Guiclunce Day 4.
JEAN SMITH Tacoma
Kappa Phi- German Club: Spanish
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Psychology and Chemistry
Delta Kappa Phi: Chi Pi Sigma 2, 3.
4: Secretary 3: Psychology Club 2. 3:
Presiclcnt 3: Pi Gamma Mu 4: How-
arth Scholarship in Psychology.
FRANK VENN. Tacoma
ELEANOR WARNE, Winlack
Puget Souncl Singers 3: Vvomen o
Rotary Scholarship: Pi Gamma Mu 4.
ESTHER VVATERNIAN, Tacoma
Delta Alpha Gamma Vice-Presiclent 3:
Aclelphian Presiclent 3: Howarth Schol-
arship in Music 4: Y.VV.C.A. l.
Y.VV.C.A. Secretary 4: Kappa Phi I.
4: lnclcpenclent Secretary-Treasurer I:
WESLEY VANDE VERE, Tacoma
Spanish Club 2. 3, 4: Y.M.C.A.
RICHARD VIMONT, Tacoma
S.A.A.C.S.: Prcsiclcnt of Biology
4: Howarth Scholarship.
BETTY WARNER, Tacoma
Alpha Beta Upsilon: Ailelphians I, 2,
ANITA WEGENER. Tacoma
Alpha Beta Upsilon Presiclent 4: De-
bate 2. 3: Tamanawas 2. 4: Howarth
Scholarship in B. A. 3. 4: Senior Ball
Committee 3: inter-sorority Council 4:
Inter-sorority Dance Chairman 3.
HELEN WILTSCHKO, Tacoma MURIEL WOODS. Tacoma
Chemistry and Biology ' Home Economics
VV.A.A. 2. 3, 4g lnclepenclent Atliletic Lamlacla Sigma Clxiq lnter-Sorority
Manager 4: Howartli Scholarship in Council President 4: Y.VV.C.A. Calai-
Cliemistry 4: Chi Pi Sigma 4. net l, 2, 5, 4: Treasurer 4: VVomen's
Fecleration Presiclent 4: VV.A.A. 1. 2,
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OUR STUDENT PRESIDENT SPEAKS
May l talce this opportunity to thanlc Central Board and all those other
faculty memlaers and students vsho have so ahly aided and cooperated
with me during this past year
l WlSll to thanlc all of you tor the opportunity of representing you as
the president of A S C P S Whether the school has progressed or not
I have gained much from my year in othce
Prom attending the Pacific Student Presidents Association conven
tions and corresponding wlth other schools I have found that We at the
College of Puget Sound enloy a very lrloeral type of student government
Why don t you malce use ot this opportunity and do your utmost to malce
For your new officers and those of you returning to Alma Maters
halls I give you my best wishes tor many successful years to come in cle
velopmg The College of Puget Sound as the most outstanding small col
lege in the Northwest
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ot this institution the type ot school that you wish it to he?
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May Day . . .
Princess Nlary Ann
Queen Janet I
Vvlio are you pulling for?
Looking clown on campus clay.
The Gammas won bui wc have no picture--and so
We had to show time Della Kappataiisis somewhere
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BOB MAYCOMBER UNDERWOOD
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It was late September when the 1940 Log-
gers tirst gave spectators a preview of their
potentialities, with the Western Washington
College Vilcings serving the opposition. Play-
ing hangsup foothall, Izmehind some exceptional
running hy Bernie Remson. the Puget Sound
griclders came-home on the long end of a 12
When the Loggers journeyed to 'Cheney
the following weelc-end they were defeated in
one of their toughest games of the year, the
Savages winning, 13-6.
Linfield college from IVIcIVIinnviIIe served
the opposition for the Loggers the next weelc.
in the first home game of the- season. Ap-
parently C.P.S. had everything their own way.
making a total gain'of 249' yards to 109 for
Linfield. One of the highlights of the contest
was Bill IVlcIVIaster's 39-yard run thattset up
the touchdown for the final score, which ended
14 to 6 in favor ot the Loggers.
The Vvhitman Missionaries from Walla
Walla came over for the CPS. homecoming
celebration. and were Izmattered down by a
The boys from Willamette caught Coach
Franlfs proteges at a Iow ehh, defeating them
by a score of 39 to 0. Despite the loss hy such
a large score. Bill Madden played one of the
most' brilliant defensive games of his career,
making a large percentage of the tackles from
'the' ,safety position.
The Loggers next faced a stuhhornly, per-
sistent squad of Pacific University gridmen.
who came to Tacoma from Forest Grove. The
contest toolc place during a deluge of rain and
on a field of mud, with the final score 0 to 0.
Puget-Sound gained the amazing total of 209
yards from 'passes and scrimmage compared
with the Badgers' 97, yet failure to hang on
to the slippery pigslfin and Iaclc ofinitial drive
in scoring area, left the Loggers with a tie.
College of Idaho's Wildcats entertained
the Loggers in their final game of the season.
The Idaho troupe, led hy Ralph "'RalJIJit" Ben-
nett, Icept ,hammering away at the Maroon and
White defenses until they led when the gun
sounded hy a score of 20 to 6.
Bill AIVIcLaughIin, fquarterhaclc, was voted
captain. and teammate, Bill Madden, was
chosen inspirational captain of this year's foot-
score of 21 to 0. . I hall squad.
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Team - Wbn Lgst Pct.
GEORGE Willamehe ....... ...... 6 2 .750 it
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With the encumhering distinction of de-
fending champions, Coach Stuart Parks' Log-
gers whipped through a season- replete with
both thrills and disappointments to finish in
second place in the Northwest Conference
The sudden death of Harry Vverhislcy, team
captain and all-conference guard, saw the Log-
gers hit the slcids at times, hut recover to fin-
ish out the regular schedule in excellent shape.
Puget Sound opened their Conference com-
petition. surprising even their coach, hy defeat-
ing Whitman, 57-45 and 55-52. respectively.
Vvallcer was high for the series with 24 points.
At Willamette the Loggers just couldn't
find the hoop. losing, 44-59, the first night
and again druhhed the .next night, 45-59. '
Cn to Forest Grove traveled the Loggers
and pushed themselves into strilcing distance
of first place hy winning a two-game series
from the Pacific Badgers. Led hy Van Camp
and Walker, C.P. S. won the first game,
51-26, and repeated the following night, 59-51.
H l..infield's giant-killing Wildcats, heralded
as the darlc horse team of the Conference, lived
up to expectations hy splitting their series at
Tacoma. Vvith a tie for first place the hounty,
the Loggers played inspired hall, hut were
nipped hy the sharp-shooting Oregon lads hy
the score 54-55, despite the fact that Walker
and Cross each scored 18 points.
The next night the Loggers put the hralces
on the Vvildcats, winning a thrilling overtime,
Q The Loggers next faced Pacific Lutheran
in a foul-studded, hoop-crazy contest at the
south end gym. Although the Lutes were fa-
vored to repeat their pre-season victory, C. P. S.
upheld their rights to the city collegiate title
hy defeating the Gladiators, 49-48, in a thrill-
' Tom Cross went through the season with a
sensational display of shooting ahilitv, canning
them from all angles with a one-handed push
shot, and will he invaluable next year.
Van Camp was the cog that made the Log-
ger machine function and although not a
flashy player, his consistent ability gave the
team stability. A.
Norm Vvallcer was the. mainstay of the
Logger squad and ended up highest scorer in
the conference, averaging 15.8 per game.
Jim Paulson played his usual brand of ex-
cellent defensive hall, and has a high percent-
age of scores- for the few attempts talcen.
Don' Brown did excellent worlc against men
with much more experience that he, and im-
proved with every game.
George Mitchell. the lone senior, was an
outstanding floor man and played brilliant
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X One of tlue strongest and tnest balanced
track squads in recent years carried time Log-
gers' colors through the 1941 Cinder campaign.
Starting time season with tile loss of several
1940 high point men. Coach Leo Frank faced
the taslc of developing a squad to cope with
VVi1itman's defending champions and time
mighty Forest Grove thinciads.
The Loggers opened their 1941 campaign
against Pacific Lutheran College, and although
a wealcness in time Sprints was revealed. C.P.S.
ran up 92 points against their cross town rivals'
59. Jaclc Leggee. 440: John Sharp, 880: Julius
Beclc, mile and 2-smile, and Bot: Maycomber,
in tlme luurdies, all letter men from last year,
won their respective races, wliile Bill Mc-
Laughlin defeated P.1...C.'s Marv Harslriman in
the shot put.
The next weelc time Loggers drutyined time
Bellingham Vilcings on their own cinders, 85
to 46. The Puget Sound men siiowed even
greater strength than the previous weelc, talcing
11 firsts to the Vikings 4. The same men were
outstanding performers, with Bill Oxtnolm,
Nate Hale, Jim Franlc, Mel Blanchard and
Fvene Clevinger also breaking into the head-
A week later tile Maroon and White squad
crushed time -Willamette Bearcats, 82 to 49.
Dale McCord and Dan Cushman entered time
win column, winning the broadjump and dis-
cus respectiveiy, while Mel Blanchard tossed
tile javeiin 177 feet.
When time Loggers journeyed to Forest
Grove time following week-end and dealt time
Pacific Badgers a 103V2 to 27V2 setback, fans
began to envision a possible conference cham-
pionship for the Puget Sound men. C.P.S.
won thirteen of the fifteen events and took 12
seconds. Bob Maycomber won firsts in time
high and low hurdles, ioroadjump, and placed
second in the century, for a total of 18 points.
John Sharp, who was elected captain, will
receive a blanket for his four years of competi-
tion, wliiie Bill McLaughlin and Jaclc Leggee
will loe awarded 5-year sweaters. Julius Beck,
Nate Hale, Norm Walker, and Bob May-
comber will receive 2-year sweaters' and Bot:
Hamilton, Jim Rice, Gene Clevinger, Jack
Graybeai, Dan Cushman, Mel Blanchard,
Axel! Oxliolm, Jim Frank and Jim Walter all
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Back row: Coach Frank. Lunclvall, Murphy. Nvaile. Davis, Jolley. Bock, Rice, Jolala, Asst. Coaclx
Parks. Second row: Mullet. Moles. Rcmson, Buscko, Madden, Starkey, Barker, Boyle. Mc-
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Back row: Dyer. Miller, Piclm. Front row: Granluncl, Carstens.
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Back row: Coach Frank, Perry, Mgr.: Nlnycomloer, Moles. Clevcnger, McLaughlin. Second row: Maycomber wins l1igl'1 hurdles.
Foreman, Munson, Walker, Leggce, Dyer, Slmrp. Graylneal. Front row: Blanclxarcl, Walter,
Fmnlc, Cushman, Oxlmlm, Hamilton. Hale.
LO GGER COACHES
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Stuart Parks, physical education director and basketball coach, came
to C. P. S. in the tall ot this year from Cvrineli College in Iowa.
He graduated from Springfield College in Springfield, Massachusetts,
where he played football, basketball, and track.
Mr. Parks, with a basketball team placing second in the Northwest
Conference this year, has done a splendid job in directing physical educa-
tion and intramural activities at C. P. S. He hopes to have the recreational
facilities of this coiiege expanded to meet the needs of the students, a
situation which he believes is gradually taking piace.
Coach Leo J. Frank, director of athletics, graduated from Coe College,
Cedar Rapids, iowa, where he piayed half-back on the football squad,
guard on the basketball, and was middie distance runner in track.
Coming to C. P. S. in the fait of 1958 when athletics were decidedly
on the down-grade, with the athletic department considerably in debt.
Coach Frank has wiped out this indebtedness. white the coiiege football
teams have been steadily improving, finishing third in the Northwest con-
ference in 1940. The track team has been undefeated in dual competi-
tion in the past two years, finishing second in the conference meet. f
Coach Franks biggest ambition is to see a new stadium on the campus
of the College of Puget Sound with a turf footbaii field: he believes that
this will eventually be accomplished.
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' Back row: Arnold, Carstens, Duncan. Front row: Paulson, Brown.
SKIING'-'Beginning the season with prospects
for a strong, well balanced team, the Loggers slci
hopes were shattered hy one disappointment after
Several injuries, while others found the pressure
of work too exacting, the C. P. S. sid squad was
finally made up of Bud Barrett, Bot: Dodds, and
The first meet of the season was with the Uni-
versity of British Columbia at Vancouver, B. C. Cn
the steep slopes of Grouse mountain, the Loggers
trouncecl their opponents to the tune of 298.5 to
With an abbreviated entry list C. P. S. placed
sixth in the Pacific Northwest Conference meet,
held on Mt. Rainier, defeating such schools as Gon-
zaga and the University of Oregon.
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Mr. Parlcs, this year's tennis squacl is so well hai-
anceci that a day of intra-squad matches sometimes
produces a drastically revised ranking. At the start
oi the season there were nineteen men trying out for
positions on the squad.
Chuck Arnold, who played the number one spot
throughout the 1940 season, is expected hy Coach
Parks, to do exceptionally well again this year, and
atlthe present time is holding that same position.
Other lettermen returning, and filling the num-
loer two and three positions respectively, are Jack
Duncan ancl Jim Paulson. Don Brown and Don
Carstens, freshmen, complete the regular line-up.
At the present time, the Loggers have lost a dual
match to Vvhitman, 4-2: anci won from P. I... C., 2-6.
Reed College, Vvestern Washington College, Cen-
tral Washington, Pacific University and the con-
ference meet at Walla Vvaila will rounci out the
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With the intent to hring more interest in
Intramural sports and for the welfare of "Joe
College," who was growing very soft from
lounging on fraternity davenports, our new
intramural director. Mr. Stuart Parlcs, added
several activities to this year's program. These
include boxing, wrestling, horseshoes, skiing.
howling, foul shooting, and swimming. Be-
cause these sports were introduced experiment-
ally, they will not count toward the all-year
intramural trophy until next year.
As the annual went to press early this
spring, final results were not yet complete.
However, Sigma Zeta Epsilon seems headed
for its thirteenth successive all-year trophy with
'597V5 points: the Zetes are closely followed hy
Delta Kappa Phi with 59lV3 points: Alpha
Chi Nu is third with 567V5g Sigma Mu Chi
is fourth with 559: the independents are fifth
with 514: and Delta Pi Omicron trails with
Although Sigma Zeta Epsilon dominated
the play up until the last game of the season,
the Delta Kappa Phi team came through. in
the final tilt, defeating the Zetes, 15-0, to
throw the race into a three-way tie. The Chi
Nus had previously downed the Delta Kapps.
hut dropped a close decision to the Zetes: he-
cause the Zetes were defending champions,
they were presented with the trophy.
A six-year Chi Nu domination of volley-
hall was ended this year as Sigma Zeta Epsi-
lon wrested the trophy from the Chi Nus.
Given only an outside chance at the start of
play, the Zetes came through undefeated with
the Delta Kapps close hehind.
Another upset came in the badminton play-
offs as the independents, paced ioy Bch Powell,
Francis Chapman, and Clair Hanson, defeated
ali comers. The ciosest matches were the finals
with the Barhs taking a close decision from
Alpha Chi Nu.
"A" LEAGUE BASKETBALL
The Zetes this year won the "A" League
Baslcethail crown, going through the season
undefeated. They met the Independents in the
finals, and although the scrappy Barhs put up
a tough battle. the Zetes were the victors.
Three players, Boio Moles, Ted Kintz, and
Vvalt Piper, were voted as all-college players
from the championship squad.
"B" LEAGUE BASKETBALL
Zete players this year ended the two-year
championship of the Independents when they
won the HB" league haslcethall title. A large
squad of experienced players proved to he the
winning factor in this year's contest with such
freshman sharpshooters as Austin Fengler and
Roy Murphy leading the Zete attack.
FOIUZ Brown. ViCtOl', Walker. Cross. FTOTI-f TOIDZ NCWSCBWHH-
der. Bencdetti, Nlontgomery, Hicks.
VOLLEYBALL-Back row: Maycomher, Vvaiicer. Cross. Front row: Benedetti
BADMINTON-Buck row: Koivisto, Powell. Front row: Chapman, Hansen,
"A" BASKETBALL-Back row: Robinson, Cross. Piper. Front row: Newschwan-
der, Moles, McMasters, Walter.
Two .Iims and a Jack were all that the
Delta Kappa Phi team needed to wrest the
ping pong cup from the joint Zete-Omicron
possession and carry it to their Cedar street
Allowing freshmen who had heen condi-
tioning themselves tor varsity track to enter
the intramural track meet, the Delta Kappa
Phi thinclads toolc a close decision from the
Zetes and Chi Nus to win the contest. Incli-
vidual stars in the field were Bot: Moles, Zete.
in the high jump: Dan Cushman, Delta Kapp,
in the shot put and football punt: and Lee
Foreman, Chi Nu, in the Ioroad-jump. Jim
Frank and Chet Dyer. Delta Kapps, Jim Wal-
ter, Zete, and Ed Granlund, Chi Nu, were
outstanding in the running events.
SOFTBALL, GOLF, TENNIS
Final results ot the sotthall, golf, and tennis
contests could not Ioe otxtainedg however, at
this writing, Alpha Chi Nu, and the Inde-
pendents are leading the sottloall race with
three wins and no defeats. followed by Sigma
Zete Epsilon. Delta Kappa Phi, and Sigma
Mu Chi, each with one victory and two de-
Sigma Zeta Epsilon won its first tennis
match, while the other fraternities have not
yet competed for the championship which last
year ended in a three-way tie between the Mu
Chis, the Zetes, and the Chi Nus.
The golf tournament which was won Iast
year hy Sigma Zeta Epsilon has not yet tween
played, lout will he held May 14 at the High-
land Cvolt course.
The winners ot the new sports hegun this
season hy Coach Parlcs and Manager Frank
Vvalter are as follows: Horseshoes saw Steve
Truselo win the singles title, and .Iim Paulson
and Herman Kleiner talce the douhles.
Boxing found the Delta Kapps the team
Winners with three champions. Individual win-
ners were Vvaichi Gyanagi, 125 pounds: Ted
Warner. 1553 Herman Kleiner, 145: John
Sharp, 155: Tom Barlcer, 165: IVIeI Blanchard,
175, and Dan Cushman, heavyweight.
Wrestling was won hy the Independents,
while Bolo Vvilhelmi, 125 pounds: Leo Kawa-
salci, 155: Bolo Rowan, 145: Norm Burke, 155:
Roy Murphy, 165: Lee Foreman, 175, and
Elmer Moffett, heavyweight, were individual
Skiing was won hy Delta Kappa Phi.
Team howling was won hy Sigma Mu Chi,
while Earl IVIamIocIc won individual honors
with a score ot 605 with a 69 handicap.
Foul shooting was won hy Keigi Omori,
with 18 Inaslcets out ot a possihle 25.
Team swimming found Sigma Zeta Epsilon
The Harry Vverloisliy Memorial Ping Pong
Trophy tor the individual championship was
won ,hy Norman Walker.
"B" BASKETBALL-Backmw: Benedetti, Brown. Mmphy, Sloat. Front
PING PONG'-Jim Paulson, Jack Duncan, Jim Frank.
TRACK-'Back row: Stacey, Frank, Heuston. Duncan. Front row: Pmilt, Cu
man. Dyer. '
BOWLING-Bach row: Johnson. Hall, Mitchell. Front raw: Burlcey, Pri
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Back row: Sommer. Albertson, Taylor. Berg, Argue, Simpson, Cunningham. Moore. Third row: Barlow, Gaddis. Bitney, Short, Kincaid, Todd, Jin
gun Omori. Second row: Thwailes, E. Graham, Keene, Pyle. Woods, B. Graham. Gagiiardi. Front row: Irie, Ogden, Jayko, Hatch, Wiltschko
. Woo s, Bona.
MARY OGDEN, President ,MRS. MANN, Adviser LOLESE JAYK6, Manager
The VVomen's Athletic Association is an ex-
tra-curricular organization which fosters partici-
pation in athletics among the women of the
College. Its purpose is to promote the qualities
of democracy, leadership, cooperation, and good
sportsmanship. Among the annual activities of
VVAA are a Sports Spree for the women during
Freshman Week, a Play Day for the high schools
of the city, and a Gym Jubilee in the spring to
exhibit the achievements of the association and
the physical education department. At the close
of the year, awards are made according to a
system of points earned hy participation in the
Officers for the year were: Nlary Qgden
President: Muriel Woods, Vice President: Mar-
gerita Irie, Secretary: Janet Hatch, Treasurer:
Louise Jaylco, General Manager: Doris Sommer
Historian: Elizabeth Bona, -Program Chairman:
Mrs. Mann, Adviser. I
Sports Managers were: Kay Woods, Hockey:
Elizabeth Bona, Volleyball: Eleanor Graham
Basketball, Baseball. Ping Pong: Betty Jane Pyle
ming: Pat Keene, Tennis: Janet Hatch, Archery
Ruth Pauline Todd, Badminton.
Fail Swimming: Yoshiye Jinguji, Spring Swim-
HOCKEY'-'Back row: Graham, Vviltschko, Berg, Sommer, Keene, Peterson, Pyle.
Front row: Irie, Jayko, Ogden, Bona. Woods, manager.
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One of tile ioig events of the women sports year
were the hockey games with the University of Wash-
ington. In conjunction with time University, a Hockey
Club was formed and memioerstiip in the Northwest
Hockey Association was obtained. Tennis is the last
activity of tile year: interciass competition was ileid
in April and May.
Badminton is becoming a major sport for women
as is ping pong, this year being the first for choosing
all-star teams from the interciass contest. The Gammas
took the badminton title from the Betas.
Bowling was begun this year in time gym classes.
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Scott, Crane, Bona, Pyle.
Baslcethall is proloalnly the outstanding women's sport of the year
and causes the most competition and excitement. The freshmen tool:
the honors, snatching them from the seniors who tied for second
place. With a one point leacl the Gammas retained the inter-sorority
trophy for the thircl consecutive year.
Archery is a popular sport offered in the spring .
Riding and fencing are handled only by 'the physical education
The golf competition endecl with the Thetas in the lead.
Keene. Irle. cone
RlDlNGf-Baclz: M. Ogden, J. Ogclen, Hager. Steele, Terr
Cunningham, Hart, Argue. Front: Pugh, Mulligan
Baseball, a spring sport, was an tie between time
upper class team and time iower class team.
ice skating classes were ileici in tile fail semester
every Tuesday at time Lakewood Ice Arena under expert
instruction. ' I
Two hours a weeicsof regular ciass instruction in
swimming are offered at time Y. VV. C. A. pool. A tilirci
hour is used as a plunge perioci free of charge to any-
one who wishes to earn points toward a letter.
Offered for tile first time this year, dancing has
proved very popular. -
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Keene, Ogden. Front row: Bowen, Pyle.
SKATING-Baciz row: Meredith, Hanawait. K. Woods, Cunningham. Evans, Steele.
Bona.. Jucici. Front row: Wittren, Hart, Hatctx, M. Woods.
A DANCING--Haynes, Pyie. Bowen, Graham, Keene.
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Music and Honoraries Editors
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row: Mr. Adams, Kleiner, Mccrea, lrle. Miss Meredith.
PI KAPPA DELTA
The most outstanciing event in the Washington Alpha cl1apter's history was the installation last
May of the Vvastlington Beta ctlapter in Seattle Pacific College. Dr. Charles T. Battin, representing
the National Council of Pi Kappa Delta, conclucteci time installation ceremony with the assistance of
the entire membership of the C. P. S. chapter. The local Chapter also sponsored the eiglmtti annual
state invitational high school forensic tournament at Wl1iCh eigtmty-three teams from thirty-five tligli
schools participated. it likewise sponsored the seventh annual junior college tournament. at C. P. S.
Justine Dewolfe, Margarita lrle, Robert Elliott, Frank Hanawalt, Herman Kleiner ancl Yoslmiteru
Kafvfano were official Pi Kappa Delta representatives sent to the regional tournament at Stoclcton.
Ca i ornia.
4 D E BAT E
Dr. Battin, Devvolle,
Don Stephenson and Sam Batt
won cups in extempore and im-
promptu spealcing respectively in the
iunior college tournament at CPS.
Sam Batt, Frank Hanawalt, Mar-
garita lrle and Yoshiteru Kavvano
made finals at Linfield. Bill Koi-
visto, Norman Schut, Herman Klie-
ner, Ruth Sonneman, Mary Eliza-
beth Morton, Marilyn Gilstrap. Bill
Koivisto. Russell Alsgaard, Ruth
Sonneman, Margarita lrle, Sam
Batt, Bois Elliott, Yoshiteru Kawa-
no, Don Stephenson, and Franlc
Hanawalt all participated in both
extempore and impromptu.
Back row Ko'visto La Fleur Elliott Schut Kawano Middle row' Sonneman Henderson, Van
: Slyllte, Batt, Steplienson. .Front lrow: De-Wolfe, Alsgaard, lrle, Morton.
Felicia Dahl and Don Stephenson won
first place in women's and men's divisions
respectively, of the Burmeister oratory con-
test. Ruth Hanawalt and Frank Hanawalt
Justine Dewolle placed in the finals at
the VV.A.T. S. tournament at Pepperdine
College in Los Angeles.
Justine DeVVolfe, Don Stephenson and
Franlc Hanawalt represented C. P. S. at the
regional P.K.D. tournament at Stockton,
Other students who competed in oratory
were Lorraine Justman and Sam Batt.
Bacle row: F. Dahl, Gilstrap, lrle. Henderson, Schut, Elliott,
Stephenson. Second row: Alsgaard, La Fleur, Koivisto. Van
Slylce, Breclmer, Hite. Morton. Oyanagi. Front row: Sonneman.
Miss Meredith, Kawano, Dr. Battin, De Welle. Vvinslcill, Batt.
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Back row: Koivisto. F. Hanawalt. Batt. Stephenson
Front row: Miss Meredith. De Wolfe, R. Hanawalt
Norman Schut and Don Steph-
enson, who placed second in the
Junior College tournament at CPS.
entered with Don Lamlia and Bill
Koivisto, the final rounds of deloate
at Linfield. In ten other Puget
Sound teams, Yoshiteru Kawano,
Norman Breclcner, Russell Alsgaard,
Lawrence Henderson, Sam Batt.
Vvaichi Oyanagi, Bot: Elliott, Franlc
Hanawalt, Floyd l..aFleur, Ed Vvin-
slcill, Margarita lrle, Ruth Sonne-
man, lVlary Elizabeth Morton, Mari-
lyn Gilstrap, Helen Hite and Jus-
tine DeVVoll'e participated.
TAMANAVVAS STAFF--Back row: B. Peterson, Wittren, Haynes. Hill. Pyle,
Swayne, Lewis. First row: Broclc. Piatt, Lincoln, Kath. Evans, Rohmer.
BETTY JANE PETERSON
Assisting on the eciitorial staff of the
year bool: were Blanche Haynes and Jean
Rohmer with Administration and Ruth
Pauline Todd with classes. Activity chair-
men were: Campus life, Marguerite Kath:-
Forensics, Justine De Wolfe: Dramatics,
Mary Catherine Lincoln: Music and Honor-
aries, Bette Brock and Betty Piattg Publica-
tions, Ruth Sonneman: Organizations, Kay
Evans and Doris Vvittren. VVomen's sports
were handled by Betty Jane Pyle, white
John Sharp was in charge of men's ath-
letics. Picture Eclitor, Anita Vvegener, Was
responsible for the snapshot driveg copy ecli-
tors were Mary Katherine Hager and Mari-
jane Lewis. On the business staff were
Franlc Walter, manager: Bert Poling, Dick
Watson, and Betty Siegle.
Back row: Mr. Oiseth. Mr. Drummond. First row: Hager,
Swanson, Todd, Porter.
To a competent editor ancl Business man-
ager. and even more, to a capable and co-
operative staff goes the- creclit for the or-
ganization and publication of this laoolc.
Uncler the efficient management of
Franlc Walter, business manager, and Betty
Peterson. editor, the Tamanawas has been
painstakingly compiled throughout the
The organization committee consisted of
Tom Hill, Betty Peterson, Charles Swanson,
Anita Vvegener, Mr. Drummond, and Mr.
STAFF'-'Back row: Kazda, Anderson. Thralls Mr Olseth Ness Brown Eisenhower McCullough
Omori. Front row: McEachron, Porter Berhe Hungerford Lewis Hager
The main objective of this year's Trail
staff was to put the school newspaper hack
on its feet, both financially and editorially.
The method employed was a high-pressure
sales act, conducted by each member of the
staff with the result that hy the beginning
of the second semester the paper was en-
larged from five to six columns.
The first semester staff was small: most
of the members were freshman.
Second semester. with the increased size
of the Trail came also an increase in the
size of its staff. For the first time in the his-
tory of the paper there is a girl as its Sports
Editor: the increasingly popular Loggers Ax
has added unique humor to it, a humor
which has originated at the college. Bob
Heaton and his clever linoieum blocks have
furnished a 'series of absorbing caricatures
of school life.
CANDID SHOT-Kazda. Bertie, Seidon, Lewis. Hager,
Ness, Raymond. Hungerford. Mr. Oiseth.
All the painfs on me!
We'd laugh too.
It must be drama.
It must be the mask.
Doesn't he loolc lilce an assisl-
I mean'-coulcl I get anylaocly-
Going for a walk? V
The dell of "Smilin' Through'
A little here--a little there.
DRAM TIC ART..
MARTHA PEARL JONES
STUNTS and 'THE TAVERN
Preliminary to the 1940-1941 season of
Dramatics, the Freshmen of the College of
Puget Sound, Friciay, September 20, pre-
senteci Stunt Night as a means of acquaint-
irig the upperciassmen with their taients.
The award went to "Spot Cash," ciirectect
by Doris Vvittren and Dorothy Howarci.
Filled with excitement anci humor, Geo.
M. Cohan's "The Tavern" presented Octo-
ber 17, uncier the aiaie direction of Miss Mar-
tha Pearl Jones, provided unsuai and
amusing entertainment for Homecoming this
The cast inciucieciz Blanche Haynes. the
attractive and flirtatious governor's daugh-
ter: Jacic McGuire, the Vagabond to whom
ati the world is a stage: Herman Kleiner,
the Tavern Keepers son: Sylvia Langclon,
the hirect girig Keith DeFolo, the Tavern
Keeper: Roioert Elliot, the hireci man: Betty
Thralls, the mysterious woman: William
Stewart, the Governor: Annabel Miller, the
Governors charming wife: Charles Swan-
son, the Fiance: Richard Jarvis, the sher-
iff: Steve Truselo. Arthur Sheets and Cyril
Hanson, the sheril'f's men: Wilbur Baising-
er, the Insane Asyium attendant.
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Only ten senior women
have this year attaineci the
necessary high scholarship
and participation in campus
activities which qualify
them for membership in
Otiah, senior women's hon-
The year's officers Were:
Doris Hartman, president:
Frances Hoss, vice presi-
cient: and Mildred McKen-
Mrs. Raymond Seward is
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Mu Sigma Delta
Only juniors and seniors
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Kappa rating are elected
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ary. Oniy students excellent
in scholarship in the fieici
of liberal arts may qualify
for membership in Mu Sig-
Officers include: Dr. Ray-
monci Seward, president:
Mrs. Lyle Ford Drushel,
vice president: Charles Roh-
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man. Williston, Means. Fourth row: Schafer. Tomlinson, Baisinger,
Rau. Smith, Regester. Drushei, Davis. Venn. Third row: Van Norden
McKinney. Boyle. Vvasserman, Sewarci. Second row: Robinson. Slater
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Sandstedt, Simpson. Second row: Coleman, Pyle, Hardy, Keene. Front row: Soinila.
The Knights of the Log is a-
sophomore men's honorary service
organization. At least one and not
more than four memhers are chosen
from each fraternity and the Inde-
pendents to hecome Knights. They
ushered at college and civic affairs,
sponsored, with the Spurs, the fresh-
man mixer, and served at Campus
Day, May Day, and the all-college
party. They gladly comhined husi-
ness and pleasure when they enter-
tained the visiting Spurs, and they
completed the year hy cooperating
with the Spurs to malce their annual
picnic at Lake Wilderness a memor-
ahle college party. Officers for the
year Were: President, fall, Tom KNIGHTS
Bach row: Heuston
Third row: B. Brown,
T. Brown, Lutz, Mamlocic,
Hungerford. Second row:
Elliott. Vvalters, Van Slyice,
Batt, Kleiner. Front row:
Utterback, Barker, Seto.
Barker: -spring, Sam Batty vice pres-
ident, fall, Matthew Seto: spring,
Paul Heustong treasurer, fall, Ral-
eigh Utterhaclcg spring, Jim Wal-
ter: sergeant-at-arms, fall, Jack
Seltzer: spring, Tom Brown.
Sponsoring this year's National
Spur Convention, the College of Puget
Sounds Spur chapter is this year com-
pleting an unusually successful year.
Three women from each sorority
and the independent Group are chosen
on a lasis of participation in
and service to the school, as
of this Sophomore women's
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usher at plays and other school pro-
grams, plan the Campus and May Day
programs, and the freshman mixer. The
completion of their year is the Spur-
Knight picnic, held this year at Lalce
Miss Martha Pearl Jones is adviser
of the group.
Officers for the year were: Kay
Vvoods, president: Mildred Despain,
vice president: Bette Broclc, secretary,
Fall: Carol Webb, secretary, Spring:
Doris Sommer, treasurer: Betty Jane
Pvle, historian: Mary Katherine Hager,
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Carter. Hopkins. Third row: Mann. Mason. Enio Winter, Pesecreta. Lemm, Martin, Haray. 'Ytiraiis
Vvaterrnan. Second row: Coieman, Sciiiesingcr, Trcntinan, Duvaii, Stainart, EA Warner, Ptcxamson, Huason
Front row: Uyeaa, B. NNarner. Thompson. Gate, Hanson. Soiniia, Kurosc.
BPsNDeComposeA ot coiicge students and members ot me community. itie Puget Sonor! Bona has in-
creasea in quantity ann quaiitv Girongii time tinanciai aid ot the Carnegie institute.
Leaving Pxprii '25 tor ttieir annuai spring concert tour, the Pxnieiptxian Ctiorai
Societv ot tire Coiiege ot ?uget Senna. under tire Airection oi t,roiessor lotxn ?ai1X
Bennett, appeared betore anaiences in iourteen Eastern Washington towns on
their ten-nav trip.
'Une C.?.S. inanci, under tiie ciirection ot Wir. Louis Wersen, mane striking
advances this vear vvtten ttxev went with tire toonnaii team to ttte game at Wit-
tamette ana piaveci at everv tiome game. Members ot the band vvittx members ot
the Pxcieiptxians iormeci a unique marching unit, the tirst ot its kind at the Coiiege.
STRING ENSEMBLENVVHI1 tlre aid f a Carnegie donation. the Puget Sound Clwarnfzer Music Society
nas offered training in tlze playing of all, string instruments for college students and also for those people
in tlle city wlzo might tae interested
ORCHESTRA-sTl1is Community Sylnplzony Organization was made possible tlzrouglz a Carnegie grant
and enables the college student as well as the talented musician of the community to further his musical
The Puget Sound Clzalnlner Music Society, under tile direction of Mr. Ericiz
Koker. lzas grown from a Hve-piece orchestra to the largest Clzamber Music organi-
zation in tl1e Nortnyxfest. On December 4 tlzey presented tlzeir winter concert:
tlweir last concert of tlre year will be given al summer Land camp.
This spring tlze Puget Sound Symplzony Orchestra, under tlze direction of Mr.
Louis Wersen, played a full evening of symplzony music as its part of tire pro-
gram being sponsored by tire Colleges Conservatory of Music.
The line lorms to tlie riglmt
Tliafs "our" college.
You clance clivinely.
VVe've got lots of time.
Tad took tlie picture.
Strolling along together.
l'll start my diet tomorrow
Dorft clieat now'-1
My opinion is tliat-I
Boylc meets goil-contact!
So llmfs liow she got than tan
lsn't tliis fun?
You old meany.
Don't you loclieve it.
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Top row: Charles Arnold, Dave Palmer, Lee Foreman, Eel Graniunci, ECI Markusen, Tom Barlcer. Second
row: Fred Beck, Don Black, Phil Bowman, Fred Hornshuh, Rolland Lutz, Lloyd Morse. Third row: Bill
Ricicile, Jim York, Norman Ancierson, Eci Bock. Fourth row: Walter Goulcl. Vincent Hagen, Pat Howe, Dicic
Jolah. Fifth row: Bert Poling. Art Sheets, Bill Thompson. Jim Tostevin. Russ Warner, Gordon Wharton.
Dave Palmer, President - - -
John Zuegner. Vice Presicient -
John Clifford. Treasurer - - -
Jim York. Secretary ----
Tom Hill. Historian ----
Raleigh Utterback. Sergeant-at-Arms
Tom Barker, Rush Chairman - -
William Riciclle, Social Chairman
Torn Barker, House Manager ' '
Ed Markusen, Inter Fraternity Repres. -
Ed Granlumi, Inter Mural Manager -
Tom Hill, Pieclge Captain - -Q
- Pat Howe
- Dick Joiah
- I Bert Poling
Dave Palmer, Fall and Spring Presicient
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Haynes, Rosalind Hartman. Helen Hite, Dorothy Howarcl, Ruth Mccrea, Mary Ogden. Third row: Peggy
Thompson, Doris Wittren. Margaret Bowen, Etheljane Cohoon. Fourth row: Lola Duvall, Pat Keene, Mary
Catherine Lincoln. Betty Jean Piatt. Fifth row: Betty Jane Pyle. Bolahe Jean Ryan, Esther Sanclstedt, Hazel
Beck, Dorothy Hoss, Lois Hill. Sixth row: Helen Kutcher, Shirley Mason. Ellen Swayne, Christine Thwaites,
June Vvesiman, Virginia Wiltse.
ALPHA BETA UPSILON
Anita Wegener, President -----
Doris Wittren, Vice President - - -
Esther Samistcdt. Recording Secretary - -
Pat Keene, Corresponding Secretary
Kay Evans. Treasurer ---- -
Maw Kay Lincon . .
Rosalind Hartman Hlstm-mn """"' """' '
Betty Jane Pyle, Sergeanteat-Arms - -
Blanche Haynes, Pledge Mother -
' Frances Hoss
- Doris Wittren
' Lola Duvall
Betty Jane Pyle
Mary Kay Lincoln
- Pat Keene-
Frances Hass. Fall President: Anita Wegener, Spring President
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Top row: Neil Gray, Jack Perry, Riclrarcl Musser. Plrilip Raymond, Wil-
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Slylce, Wilbur Tinlccom, Joe Lanser. Walter Berg, Larry Bond. Third
row: Wesley Englund, Warren Holmes, Myron Jensen, William Onsiacl.
Fourth row: Paul Raymond, David Powels. Fifth row: Melvin Roalsvig.
DELTA PI OMICRON
Jaclc Perry. President - - - -
Don Pearson. Vice President
Forrest Van Slylre, Secretary'
Phil Raymoncl, Treasurer -
Jack Seltzer, Guard - -
Bill Stewart, Chaplain - -
Earl Mamlock. Pledge Captain
Bill Stewart. House Manager
William Tinlccom. Historian
Jaclc Perry. Fall Presicleni:
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- Earl Mamlock
Ricllard Musser, Spring President
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Mary Ann Jelusicli, Virginia Dougherty,
Estlier Waterman, Dorotliy Ann Brenner,
Florence Darrow. Rosemary DeVoto. Sec-
ond row: Virginia Judd, Mary Ellen Peter-
son, Anita Sherman, Jane Sorenson, Mar-
garet Varnes, Jant Hudson, Bette Brock,
Beverlee Burrows. Third row: Mildred
Despain, Miriam Gibson. Bette Jane Gra-
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Martin. Fourth' row: Jean Murnen, Doree Sachs, Doris Sommer, Noreen Sten-
dal, Elizabeth Bona, Jean Button. Fifth row: Marie Concannon, Mary Cornell,
, DELTA ALPHA GAMMA
Mary Ann Jelusicli. President
Mary Ellen Peterson, Vice President - -
Rosemary De Voto, Recording Secretary -
-Mildred De Spain. Corresponding Secretary
Jane Hudson. Historian - -
Suzanne Lidren, Sergeant-at-Arms - -
Virginia Judd, Inter Sorority Repres. -
Virginia Judd. Spring President: Mary Ann
- - Virginia Judd
- Margaret Varnes
- - Jean Murnen
- Barbara Jacobson
- Maureen Martin
- Mary Ann Jelusicti
Jelusiclx. Fall President
Katherine Granlund, Betty Mae Hamp-
ton, Betty Irie, June Larson. Sixth row:
- Estlmer Mann, Hazel MCCUllOUgh, Mar-
garet Mead, Nelda Peterson, Corinne
Picard, Edith Ploeger. Jean Roiimer,
Q, Emily Spring. Seventh raw: Shirley
Stone, Betty Jo Van Atta, Shirley
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row: Willard Gee, John Heaton, Naylor Niicicilelon, Don Niurplmy, James Paulson, Bill Sxclrlers Third row
Jack Bird. Tom Brown. Jaclc Duncan, George Ellis. Fourth row: James Frank, Paul Heuslon Herman
Kleiner, James Lea. Fifih row: Kalmler Lillelaerg, Jack Graylneal, Franlc Hanawali. Boi: Loitness Alfred Stacey
Weldon Rau. Sixth row: Bill Causin. Ci1etDyer, Ted Haley, Bolo Hamilton, Dan Cushman Allan Roe
DELTA KAPPA PHI
James Paulson. President - - -
Jaclc Bird. First Vice President - -
Willard Gee. Second Vice Presicient
Phil Walesby, Treasurer - - -
James Lea. Recording Secretary -
Joim Hine, Corresponding Secretary -
.laclc Duncan. Historian - - -
Kaiiler Lilleizoerg, Sergeant-at-Arms -
Ash Walker, House Manager -
- James Paulson
- Jaclc Bircl
- Pinil Vvaleslay
- James Lea
- Tom Brown
- Jim Frank
- George Ellis
Fall anci Spring President
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Top row: Geraldine Alexander. Janet Hatch, Muriel Woods, Gwen Roach. Second row: Evelyn Declcer.
Pat Gannon, Rutlm Pauline Todd, Pat Davis, Kay Furlong, Bergitte Hansen. Third row: Sylvia Langdon.
Marian Rolstad, Kay Vvoods, Berverly Berlie. Maxine Bitney. Jo Ann Boyd. Fourth row: Kay Copeland,
Kathleen Dustan, Phyllis Foote. Norma Gagliardi. Fifth row: Ruth Hanawalt, Mary Frances Jolmson, Pat
Jolmson, Gertrude Kincaid. Sixth row: Jane Neg, Margaxielt Nicola, Nancy Slmrt, Pat Towne, Jane Wetherby,
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All officers hold tlucir offices for one year.
- President J
Janet Hatch ----------
Evelyn Decker - - - - - Vice President
Geraldine Alexander - ---- Secretary
Ruth Pauline Todd - ---- Treasurer
Marion Rolstad - - Corresponding Secretary
Bergitte Hansen - ---- Historian
Patricia Davis - - Conductress
Patricia Gannon - ------ Pledge motlmer
Janet Hatch, Fall and Spring President
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Top row: Don Rasmussen. George Mitchell. Second row: Bob Burt, Wally
Starkey. Dick Jarvis. Joe Price, Charles Swanson. Sherman Jonas. Third
row: Warren Harvey, Jack Hoheim. Ed Hungerford, Tholo Johnson. Fourth
row: Diclc Haley, Bill Brown. Fifth row: Bill Dougherty, Bula Wilhelmi.
Bob Hess. Jim Stahlaert.
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Georgenlvlitchell, President - - - - - Richard Jarvis
Sherman Jonas. Vice President - - - Charles Swanson
Tholo Johnson. Recording Secretary ---- Stan Burlcey
Ed Hungerlorcl, Corresponding Secretary - - - Stan Burlcey
Wally Starkey, Treasurer and House Manager - Wally Starkey
Warren Harvey, Athletic Manager - - - ' Warren Harvey
Charles Swanson. Social Chairman ---- Diclc Watson
Franlr Ryhin, Chaplain - - - Diclc Haley
Bill Brown, Sergeant-at-Arms - - - - - Bill Brown
Richard Jarvis, Spring President: George Mitchell, Fall President
Kappa Sigma Theta
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Top row: Betty Jones, Florence McLean, Marie Mulligan. Janet Rohhins, Audrey
Albertson. Tad Burcl. Helen Folsom. Victoria Hanson. Second row: Betty Heaton,
Deborah Vvehln, Connie Coleman, Vvyona Diemer. Catherine Foss, Janice Green,
Ann Louise Greiwe, Mary Katherine Hager. Third row: Shirley Horr. Marijane
Lewis, Pegge Simpson, Peggy Steele, Marian Wilkinson, Helen Argue. Fourth row:
Janet Armstrong, Anne Barlow, Beverly Birclsall. Ruthi Crain, Jeane Cunningham,
Janice Eisenhower, Fifth row: Odeena Jensen, Marcea Jones, Doris Meredith, Jac-
, queline Moore, Mary Elizabeth Morton, Elizabeth Pugh, Dorothy Selden, Betty Siegle.
Sixth row: Janice Stenson. Ruthi Taylor. Ilrflarion Carson, Betty O'Connor, Lucille
v KAPPA SIGMA THETA
Florence McLean, President ----- Marie Mulligan
Janet Roluluins, Vice President - - Helen Folsom
Helen Folsom, Secretary - - - - - Betty Heaton
Marian Vvillcinson, Treasurer ---- Ann Louise Greiwe .
Nan Weber, Corresponding Secretary - - - Pegge Simpson
Shirley Horr. Historian ---- - Mariiane Lewis
Marie Mulligan, lnter Sorority Repres. - Janet Rohlxins
Peggy Steele. Sergeant-at-Arms ----- Ruthie Taylor
Florence lVlcl..ean, Fall President: Marie Mulligan, Spring President
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Tom Cross. Bill Tregoning, Frank Walter, Bob Hcdburg, Doug Hicks. Bob Rhodes. Third row: Steve Tru-
selo, Jim Walter, Lynn Axelseon, Jack Beers. Fourth row: Aldo Benedetti. Norman Breclmer, Don Brown,
Howard Donaldson. Fifth row: Byron Larson, Jaclc Miller, Bob Moles, Ray Murphy. Sixth row: George Vic-
tor. Jim Piclma, Arnold Rulcan.
SIGMA ZETA EPSILON .
Fall ' Spring
Jolm Boyle. President ------- Franlc Walter
Franlc Walter, Vice President ---- William Tregoning
William Tregoning. Recording Secretary - - James Walter
James Walter. Corresponding Secretary - - Robert Hecllaerg
James, Van Camp, Sergeant-at-Arms - - - Norman Walker
Walt Piper, House Manager ---- James Van Camp
Frank Walter, Spring President: Jolm Boyle, Fall President
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row: Frances Sheihamer. Dorothy Howard, Margarita lrie, Ruth Mccrea. Enid Miller. Anita Nlisener. Third
row: Betty Thraiis. Bettianne VVasserman, Betty Bradley, Betty Bunker. Fourth row: Bernice Dale, Patricia
Magiii, Mildred Blake. Olive Eden. Fifth row: Lorraine Justman, Winifred McKean, Christine Thwaites.
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. 4 adviser: Vviltren. secretary: Jucid, treasurer.
THE INTER-SCRORITY COUNCIL is
composed of the presidents and representatives
of the four sororities on ttxe campus. It is their
purpose to make rules guiding ttlese social or-
ganizations. They play time important part of
stimulating a feeling of unity among the groups.
The annual inter-sorority dance Was tietot
on January 11 this year.
Officers of time group were: Fatt, Marie
Mulligan, presictentg Muriel Woods, vice pres-
icient: Doris Wittren, secretary: Virginia Judd,
treasurer. Spring, 'Muriel Vvoocis, president:
Doris VVittren, vice president: Mary Ann Jeiu-
sicti, secretary: Janet Roiotoins, treasurer.
INTER-FRATERNITY COUNCIL, com-
prisect of the presidents and representatives of
the coHege's five fraternities, formutates time
rules and regulations which govern these tive
Greek - letter organizations. Difficulties anct
problems arising in the groups as welt as activi-
ties planned for the year, are setttect toy this
The annual inter-fraternity dance was tietct
Officers for the year Were: Fail-John
Boyle, president: Jim Paulson, secretary. Spring
-Dave Palmer, president: Dick Jarvis, secre-
Palmer. Milci1eti.- Musser, Markusen, Bird, Paulson. Waiter, Jamieson.
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Mulligan, Thune, Hardy, Seitz, Mr. Capen, Mr. Hite, Dr. Slater. Front row: Warne, Boyle.
Dr. Robinson, Harhnan.
S. A. C. A. C. S.
In its second year at the College of Puget
Sound, the Student Affiliate Chapter of the
American Chemical Society is an organiza-
tion limited to students of Chemistry who
have at least eighteen grade points in that
During the year, members of the Puget
Sound chapter attended monthly meetings
at the University of Washington and visited
a number of industrial plants.
Officers for the year were: Ed Grahnj
president: Bill Thorp, vice president: Asa
Nlaylott, secretary: Shigeo Wakamatsu,
treasurer. Advisers are Dr. Fehlandt and
In 1952, half a dozen out-of-town men
grouped together for the purpose of provid-
ing as satisfactory and economical living
conditions as possible while attending col-
lege. The need was felt for some organiza-
tion and it was from this beginning that the
Vvitan was formed. At first the group oper-
ated on a purely cooperative plan, lout it was
soon found advisalole to have a house-mother
The Vvitan is not a fraternity in the
sense that it sponsors a set social program.
It is rather the purpose of Vvitan to furnish
men, the fellowship and experiences that
come from living together while attending
Officers for the year were: Asa Maylott,
president: Weldon ' Rau, secretary: and
Franlc Lowther, house manager.
PI GAMMA MU
Reorganized last fall with hoth
student and faculty officers, Pi
Gamma Mu, social science hon-
orary, this year sponsored a stu-
dent assemhly, the topic of which
was "Can a Democracy Present
a United Front?" and conducted
a number of round table discus-
sions on economics. loiology, so-
ciology, psychology, political
science, and other social studies.
ln these group meetings both stu-
dents ancl faculty members acted
as leaders. '
Officers for the year were:
John Boyle, president: Professor
Marvin Schafer, vice president:
Gale Sampson, student secretary:
and Dr. John Robinson, chapter
S. A. C. A. C. S.--Baclz row: Mr. Picard, Perry. Thune, Anderson, Hine. Middle row
Smiley. Crain, Kellogg, Vviltscltlco, Vimont, Musser. Front row: Dr. Fehlandt, Grahn
Thorp. Maylot, Wakamatsu.
VVITAN--Back row: Baird, Carter, Miller, Adamson, Powell. Front row: Bellman
Lowther, Maylott. Rau.
SKI CLUB-'Back row: Jonas. Sheets, Argue. Button, Dr. Tomlinson. Jones. Hill, Bellman, Larson. Middle row: Crain, Langdon, Coleman.
Nlurnen, Hager. Siegle, Simpson. Front row: Hoheim, Hatch, Woods, Bowen. Rau.
Concluding a strikingly successful year, the
C. P. S. Slci Club included upon a crowded cal-
endar the following events:
They sponsored an all-school skating party
early in the year, followed hy the College of Puget
Sound slci day at Mount Rainier on Fehruary 22.
Late in March they sponsored the high school slci
February 8, members of the Slci team traveled
to Canada where they won the Vancouver U.B.C.
meet: in the Northwest Intercollegiate Ski meet
they placed sixth, coming in ahead of both Gon-
zaga and Oregon University.
Bill Taylor, one of the memtmers of the club,
won the Silver Skis at Mount Rainier, the hig-
gest slci race on the west coast.
Officers for the year were: Chuclc Swanson.
president: Ronald Rohloins, vice president: Kay
Woods, secretary: and .lean Button, treasurer.
Adviser of the club is Dr. Vvarren E. Tomlinson.
groups from northwest colleges.
Dr. Williston is adviser of this group
which is sponsored lay the Carnegie En
dowment Fund. The club meets for the
purpose of studying international affairs
Members of the organization attended a
convention with members of other simllar
INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS-Back row Dr
Williston, Miller. Baird. Front row: Crowe, lrle
Crganized for the purpose of
providing members with practice in
conversational German is Der
Deutsche Verein, the German Club.
Open to students who have taken
one or more semesters of German,
the memberstalce hikes in and about
Tacoma and hold social meetings
throughout the winter.
Officers for the year have been:
Marjorie Wagner, president: Alien
Miller, vice president: Cari Baird,
Dr. Warren E. Tomlinson is the
adviser of the group.
CLUB-Bach row: Uyeda, Sonneman. Van de Vere. Black, Xfvehh, Tinkcom. Front
row: Burkey. Wasserman, Smith. Hardy.
GERMAN CLUB-Back row: Peterson, Black. Dr. Tomlinson. Gerstman. Front row: Bair
Baldwin. Wagner, Rough, Crain.
LA MESA REDONDA
The Spanish Club is comprised
of students who have had at least
one year of Spanish and who are
interested in the language and cui-
ture of the Spanish-speaking coun-
tries. Mrs. Charles Rohhins is ad-
viser for the group.
Officers for the year have tween:
Stan Buricey, president: Betty Cook,
vice president: Bettianne Wasser-
man. secretaryg and Esther Sand-
JAPANESE STUDENTS' CLUB-'Back row: Omori, VV. Oyanagi, Seto. Hata. Kawano Munc
Comprising two per cent of the stu-
dent body and completing their third year
as a campus organization are the Nip-
pons, the Japanese-American students of
the College of Puget Sound. As partici-
pants in the intra-mural program, mem-
bers of the Choral Society. of the Campus
Piaycrafters. of the forensics department,
of all phases of school life, they have or-
ganized with the purpose of developing
understanding in Japanese Ways and cui-
ture among the students at the College.
Officers for the year Were: Yoshiteru
Kawano, president: Yoshiye Omori. vice
president: Vvaichi Gyanagi. secretary:
Matthew Seto. treasurer: Yoshiye Jinguji,
historian: and Kenji Oyanagi, sports man-
kata, K. Oyanagl, Wakainatsu, Front row. Yamamoto, i-ujlmoto. Kurose, Omori, Jmguji
QD sh- rr? - -.
Elected in her junior year, Nlargarita lrle
served as president ot the college Y.VV.C.A.
during the 1940-41 tenn.
. Also a junior is Lawrence Henderson, this
year's president of the Y.M.C.A.
4. 1 ,
YVVYM-Back row: Seitz. Baird, B, Alhertson. Batt. Dr. Williston, Henderson, Elliott. F. Hanawalt, N. Breclcner, E. Nelson, Alsgaard. VV. Rau. W
Moherg, Motteh. Middle row: Thompson, B. O'Conner, Miss Lewis, Eden, N. Peterson, Jensen, Blalee, A. Alhertson, Hammer. Barter. Gilstrap, lrle M
Woods. Warne. Sommer, Uyeda, Magill. Front row: Bunlcer, M. Jones, Mrs. Drushel, Todd, E. Peterson, Reynolds, R. Hanawalt, Misener, Sonneman
Koehler, Spring, E. Ploeger, Mccrea.
Y. W. c. A.
All college women are eligible for membership
in this group, which has Christian fellowship as its
aim. The program throughout the past year empha-
sized uchristian living in a modern world."
Activities are directed toward the promotion of
service projects and social affairs--Christmas haslcets.
entertainment for children of the White Shield
VV. S. S. F. was promoted hy this group lor the
relief of f0I'CigIl students, liresides and parties helped
in developing the social side of the calendar.
A series of "Philosophy of Lite," which included
various faculty leaders and an. informal discussion.
was also among the highlights of the year's program.
The purpose -'of'this group is to promote fellow-
ship among the men ot the school. The Y. M. C. A.
Y. M. C. A.
provides a common ground on which all of the men
of the campus can share freely and easily the so-
ciety and fellowship of one another.
Another aim ot the Y. M. C. A. is to encourage
honest and intelligent patriotism as we are citizens
ot the school and country. This is done through dis-
cussions and tallcs on prohlems of school relation-
ships and policy as well as on questions of national
and world-wide interest.
The Y.lVl. C.A. is a group that fosters world-
wide fellowship hy striving for the highest type ol
citizenship at home. And finally, hy our relation-
ships with one another, hound hy a common loyalty
to the ideals of Jesus, the Y. M. C. A. strives for the
making of these ideals effective in personality and
VVomen's Federation is an organiza-
tion macie up of time presicients and treas-
urers of Spurs, VV. A. A., Y. VV. C. A.,
anci Otiaim. By means of a style show,
skating parties, and candy sales, money
was macie to provicie for equal financing
of ttnese groups. Nlrs. DFUSIICI, Dean of
Women, is time adviser of time group.
VVOMEN'S FEDERATION'-'Back row: K. Woods,
Ugcien, McKenzie, Hatch, Irie. Front row: Sommer,
YVV-YM CABINET,-Back row: Sommer, Elliott, F. Hanawait, Henderson. Aisgaarci, Miss Lewis. Middle row: Warne B Aitvcrtson
Mrs. Drustxei. Misener, Dr. Williston, Mccrea, Batt. Front row: Irie. Woods. Tocici, A. Albertson, R. Hanawait
Y. W. - Y. M. CABINET
. The officers of the Y. VV. C. A. for 1940-41
were: Margarita Irie, president: Ruth Pauline
Todd, vice president: Eleanor Warne, secre-
taryg Muriel Woods, treasurer: Audrey Albert-
son, memberstnipz Anita Misener, religion: Mil-
cireci Blake. asst. in religion: Doris Sommer,
publicity: Ruth Mccrea, service: Ruth Hana-
wait, freshman representative.
M. Woods, Hartman.
Officers eiecteci by tile Y. M. C. A. for this
year have been: Larry Hencterson, president
Sam Batt, vice president: Russel Aisgaarfi, sec-
retary: Bot: Hardy, treasurer: Frank Hanawait
program chairman: Bob Elliott, service chair-
man: Bob Albertson. freshman representative
foul: Hardy, M. lrlc, Pyle, Miller, Johnson, Varnes, Darrow, N. Peterson, COHCHHDOH, Durand, Hanlpton,
Blake, B. lrle, Hudson, Lincoln, DeSpain. Middle row: Meade, Argue, Cornell, Evans, Carlson, Mrs. Schneider, Hart, Stendahl, E. Peterson, Judd,
Thompson. Front row: Jensen, Steele. Burd, M. Peterson, Mann, Hanawalt, Duvall.
Formally dedicated in October, the newest building
on the campus was named Agnes Healy Anderson
Hall. The late Mrs. Anderson was one oi the most
generous donors of the VVomen's Residence Hall.
Hightlighting the year's social calendar was the
dinner dance given on Friday, December 15. There
were also liresides, dances and picnics which completed
the year's social life.
Favorite guest at the hall was "Aggie," a store
dummy, who made her appearance in the closet in one
ol the rooms. From then on she was the object of most
of the jokes played on the girls until her departure.
First semester officers were: Annabel Miller, presi-
dent: Berget Carlson, vice president: Mary Ellen Peter-
son, secretary: Beth Hardy, treasurer: Kay Woods, ser-
geant-at-armsg lvlary Kay Lincoln, historian. Second
semester officers: Louise Durand, president: Lola Du-
vall, vice presidentg Ruth Hanawalt, secretary: lVlary
Cornell, sergeant-at-arms: Mildred Blalce, historian.
All students not affiliated with a social Greek
letter organization belong to the independents.
This organization enables members to participate
in the various activities of the intra-mural pro-
gram, also carrying on a social program suffici-
ently varied to appeal to different interests.
Officers for the year were: Shigeo Vvalca-
matsu, president: Kathleen McCallum, vice presi-
dent: Sam Batt. secretary: Betteulviyers, treasurer:
Lorraine Justman, program chairmang Helen
Wiltschko, manager of women's athletics: Clair
Hansen, manager of men's athletics: Dr. Vvillis-
INDEPENDENTS--Back row: Vvalcamatsu, Batt,
Dr. Williston, Adviser. Front row: Myers. Just-
College of Puget Sound
The editor, the business manager and the entire staff
of the 1941 Tamanawas talce this opportunity to thank
you for your cooperation in the editing and printing of
We would like especially to thank Mary Catherine
Lincoln for designing the covers on this year's annual,
molding the clay figures for the division pages as well as
for other art worlc throughout the hoolc. We also wish to
thanlc Vvinlield Brown, who spent many hours photo-
graphing the division pages, and Willard Bellman and
Asa Maylott, our amateur campus photographers.
There are also those with whom only a few students
come in contact, taut without whom we would he unahle
to publish this year hook. We make this public acknowl-
edgment to express our appreciation for their worlc and
Bot: and Nelson Richards, our photographers
The Staff of the North Pacific Bank Note Company
Tony and Ed Edwin Coolc
Fred Smith Art Smith
and all the others.
Krug-Lutz Studio Harry Smith, Jr. Betty Thralls
We wish you as much enjoyment in viewing this 1941
Tamanawas as we had in editing it.
Very truly yours.
Adams, John F, ......... ..
Adamson, Richard ..... ............
Alhert. Phyllis .......... ...........
Albertson, Audrey .,.......... 25,
Allaertson, Robert ..........
Alsgaard, Russell ....... ........
Anderson, Neil ........
Anderson, Norman ....
Anderson. Pearl .....
Anderson, William ....
Andrews, Samuel A...
Anstad. Bill ...,............
Cornell, 1V1ary Ellen .......
Crain, Lee ........... . .... ..
Crain, Ruthi ...........
Cl'0SS, TOIH .................
Cummings, William ..............
Cunningham, Jeanne ...,.... 27
Cushman, Daniel ..................
Dahl. Felicie ........
Dale, Bernice ........
Davis, .lack ..........
Davis, Patricia ......
Decker. Evelyn .,.....
Argue, Helen ..............
Armstrong, Janet .. ..... .
Afnold, Charles ..........
Axelson. Lynn ......
Baird, Carl ......,... ,,.....
Baisinger. Lloyd ........
Baisinger, Vvillour ......
Baldwin, Walter ........
Barker, Tom .....
Barlow, Anne ......
Barrett, Myles ......
Barter. Beatrice ..........
Batt. Samuel .............. 25
Belfk, Hazel ....... -.....
Beck, Julius ..........
Beer, Jack .................
Bellman. Vvillard ......
Benedeti, Aldo ....,,,.....
Berg, Helen ..........,.....
Berg, Vvalter ..... ..
Bertie, Beverly ......
Bird, Jack ..................
Birdsall, Beverly ......
Bitney, Maxine ....
Black, Don ..........
Blake. Mildred ......,
Blanchard, Melvin ..........
Bona. Elizabeth ..........
Borgert. Shirley ....
Bowman. Philip ................
Boyd. Jo Ann ....................
Boyle, John .... 15, 16, 18.
Bradley, Betty ..................
Breclcner, Normann ..........
Brenner, Dorothy Ann ......
Brock. Bette ............... .. .....
Bronson, Richard ..............
Brown. DOl'lB1d ..........
Brown, Lawrence ............
Brown. Tom . ......... . ...... ..
De Folo, Keith .......,...........,,,
De Spain, Mildred ................
De Voto, Rosemary ........ .....
.VVo1te, Justine ......
mer, Wyona .....
Boclc, Edmund ................,.
Bond. Edmund .... ........
Brown, VVilliam .
Carlson, Bcrget .......
Carlson, Howard .....
Carson, Marion .......
Carsten. Don .....
Carter, John ..........
Causin, William ..,..
Champ, Stanley Q ......
Claes, Louise ........
Colloon, Etheljane ....
Coleman, Constance ..
Coman, Yvonne .......
Coolc, Betty .......
Copeland. Kay ....
Dodds, Robert ................
Donaldson. Howard ......
Dougherty. William ......
Dougherty, Virginia ...... .....
Duncan. Jaclc ..............
Durand, Louise .......
Dustan, Kathleen ...
Hampton. Betty May .... ......,.......
Hanawalt, Franlc ,,,......,.... 53 61
Hanawalt, Ruth .... 27, 47. 55, 75
Hansen, Bergitte .,,.......,,,,,,.,,,,,,,
Hanson, Clair ................,,, , ,,,,, ,
Hanson, Victoria ..... .....,...
Hardy, Beth ........., ,,..,,,, 6 1
Hardy, Rolaert ...... .....,,, I 9
Hart, Jeanette ....,, ,,,.,.,, 2 5
Hartley. Ruth ........ ...,,,,,,,.,,,,,
Hartman. Doris ..............,. 19 60
Hartman. Rosalind ..........,,,,
Harvey, Nvarren ..... ......
Hata, Jaclc ............................
Hathaway, Charlotte ....,,..,.,,
Hatch, Janet .... 19, 52. 44, 47
Hawlcinson. Irma ........
Haynes, Blanche .......,.. 6. 23
Duvall, Lola ........ .....,.,..,,
Dyer, Chester ......... 27.
Eden, Olive .......... .........,,.
Elliott. Robert ......
Ellis, George ...........
Englund. Wesley ......
Evans. Kathryn .......
Fen gler, Austin ,... ,..........
Fielder, Gordon .......
Folsom, Helen ....
Foote, Phyllis ........
Foreman, Lee ......
Foss. Catherine . ...... ...........
Frank, James ........ ......... 2 5
Freeman. Arthur ..... . ............... ..
Furlong. Kathryn .....
Gaddis, Fontelle .....
Gagliardi. Norma .......
Gale, Louise ........
Gannon, Patricia .....
Gaume. Leo ........
Gee. Vvillarcl ...............
Gerstmann, Herman ....
Gessaman. Helen .......
Gibson. Mariam .....
Gilstrap, Marilyn .....
Giltner, Richard .....
Heaton, Betty .....,,..., .,......,,
Heaton, John R ........
Heaton, Robert .......,.. ..,,
Hedberg. Robert ..........,.....,,
Henderson. Lawrence ...... 1 5
Hennig. Mrs. Virginia ............
Hess, Robert .,,..,,,,,,,,,,,
Heuston, Paul .........
Hiclcs, Douglas ....
Hill, Lois ...........
Hill, Tom, Jr .........
Hine, John ...............
Hite, Helen Anne .........
Hoheim, Jack ........
Holmes, Vvarren .....
Hopkins. Evan ......
Hornshuh, Fred .......
Horr, Shirley ........
Hass, Dorothy A ......
Hoss, Francis ........
Howe, Patrick ......
Howard, Dorothy ....................
Hudsung Jane ......................--..
Gjulca, Lucia ....,................,...,
Gould, Walter ..... .......
Graham, Betty Jane .... 2
Hungerford, Ed. ........ 15,16,
Hughes, Lola .. ...,,.,......,.,.,,,,, ,,
lrle, Betty ..........,...................
Irle, Margarita .,......,,.,,.,,,,,,,,,,
25, 44. 45, 46, 52, 55. 60,
Jacohson, Barbara ..................
Jamieson, Lyle ............ 15, 16,
Jarvis, Richard ..,........,,,,.,,,,,,.,
Jaylco. Louise .....,,.,........... IS,
Jelusich, Mary Anne ........,. 19
Jensen, Myron ................
Jensen, Odeena .......
Jinguji, Yoshiye .......
Jolalo, Richard ..........,..
Johnson. Mary Frances ....
Graham. Eleanor .............
Grahn, Edgar ..............................
Grancllund. Ed .....,................
Grandlund, Katherine ......,...........
Gray. Neil ...,..............
Graytueal, Jaclc .........
Green, Janice ..............
Greiwe. Ann Louise ....,...
Hagen, Vincent ............................
Hager, Mary Katherine .,..,,...,
, ...........,................. 25, 4
Hale. Nathan ............,...................
Johnson, Patricia .........
Johnson. Tholo .......
Jolly, Bolo .............. ........
Jonas, Sherman ,...... .. ....... .
Jones, Betty .......... ......... 1 9
Jones. Marcea ......................
Judd. Virginia ............ 23, 46
Justman. Lorraine ...............
Haley. Ted ......... ..................
Haley, Richard ....
Hall, Eugene .,....
Hamilton, Roloert ........
Hammar. Esley Jane. .......
Kath, Marguerite ..... ........... 2 5
Kawano. Yoshiteru .......... 15 20
Kazda. Nluriel .............................
Keene, Patricia .... 25, 44, 45, 46
Ketlelcr, Forrest .,....,,,......,.....,,,,,
Kellogg. Britt ........... .............
Kincaid, Gertrude ....... .27
Kleiner, Herman ..... ........ 2 5
Koehler, .lane ...... .........
Wagner, Marjorie ........
Krogh, Rictiarcl ....
Kurose. Hotsuyc .....
Kutcher, Helen .........
La Fleur, Floycl ....... ........
Lamlca, Donalcl ....... ..............
Langclon, Sylvia ..... .,....., 2 5,
Lanser, Joe ............ ................. 2 5,
Lantz, John .......
Larsen, Byron ...... ......., 2 8,
Larson, June .... .
Lea, James .. ........
Leggee. Jack ........ ...............
Lemm. Anabell ........................................ 64
Lewis, Marijane .... ......... 2 6, 48.
Lidren, Suzanne ...... ........................
Lilleberg, Kahler ..............................
Lincoln, Mary Catherine ........ 26.
Loft, Eclwin ............. ....... .................... 2 3
Lottness, Robert .......
Lottness, Sonya .......
Lolclcen. Roy .............
Lowther. Franlc .......
Lundvall, Ralph ..,.....
Lutz, Rollancl .................
Macvvhirter, Hugh .....
Madden, William ......
ltlagill, Patricia .......
Mamlock, Earl ..........,. ............,,. 2 6
Mann, Esther ........................ 28
Marlcusen, Eclwarrl ....... ..........
Martin, Maureen .....
Marvin, Franklin .....
Mason, Shirley ............... ..,......,.. 2 8
lvlaycomber, Robert ................ 32
Maylott, Asa .........................
Mccrea, Ruth ............ 24, 52.
Mccullougti, Hazel ...,................
McGuire, .laclc ..................
Motfcan. Dorothy VV. ............... .
McKenzie. Mildred ................ 20
McLaughlin. William ............ 52
McLean, Florence .......................
McMaster, George E. ,lr .............
Meeci. Margaret ................
Meredith, Doris' .......... ........
Middleton. Naylor ......................
Allen T .................
Annabel .......... I 5.
Jack ...... .........
Misner, Anita . ..... .........
Mitchell, George ..............
Moberg, Winston ............
Mottett, Elmer .........
Moles, Robert .................. 28, 52
Montgomery, Warren ................
Moore, Jacqueline ......................
Morton, Mary Elizabeth .....
Mulligan, Marie ........ 15.20.
Mulvany, Kenneth .,..............................,. 28
Munelcato. Roy ....... ............
Munson, Don ......,. .,
Murnen. Jean ......... ..
Murphy, Donalcl ..... ....,
Murphy, Roy ........................
Musser. Richarol ....................
Myiers, Mary Elizabeth ................
Nelson, Evans ................... ........
Ness, .lane ......................... ........
NCWSCllWHUdEr, Clllilrlei ........,....
Nicola, Margaret ...............
Norman. Pomla ..............
O'Conner, Betty .lean ............
Ogclen, .lane ..........................
Ogden. Mary ........ 24.44, 45,
Omori, Kcigie ........................
Omori, Yosliiye ....... .........
Oxholm, Axel H ........ , ..
Oyanagi, Kenji ,.........
Oyanagi, Vvaictii ...... .........
Palmer, Davicl ..... ...... - .......
Paulson. James ................ 24,
Perry, .laclc ........... .......... 2 O,
Pesacreta, Rose M .............. .........
Peterson, Betty .lane .... 15, 16, 20
Peterson. Ethel ............................
'ffl ......... mai
Perry, Malcom ,........... .... ............
Peterson, Laura ................ ..........
f ............. zo
Peterson, Mary Ellen .,..................
Peterson, Nelcla .......... 28, 45
Piatt, Betty Jeanne .................. 26
Picard, Corinne ......... ..........
1 ,...... 28
Piper, Walter ........ .........
Ploeger, Edith ..,.. .........
Poling, Bert ...,.....
Policy, Mildred ......
Pollock, Robert ......
Powell, Robert .....
Powells, David ...... .............
Price, Joe ............. ......... 2 4
Pruitt, Paul ............ . ......... .
Pugh, Elizabeth ..................,....... 75
Pyle, Betty ,lane ................................
...,..............t6. 45. 44. 45, 26. 47, 54
Rasmussen, Don ..........,.....,.............
Rau, Ronald ................................ 15
Rau, Vvelrlon .......... ....... 2 6, 72,
Raymond, Paul ...... ............... 2 8
Raymond, Philip .......
Remson, Bernarcl .......
Reynolcls, Florence .....
Rlxocle, Robert ..... .............
Rice, .lim .......,..... ......... 5 3
Riddle. William .......
Rinch. Tecl J, H ........
Roach, Gwen ..........
Roalsvig. Melvin .......
Robbins, Janet ...,.......,..
Robinson, George M .........
Roe, Allan .................... ........
Rolstacl, Marion ......... ...,.,....
Rough, Elizabeth ....... .............
Rulcan. Arnolrl ..,. .. .,...,... ....... J ,l5
Ryan, Bobbe Jean. ...... ..........
Sachs, Doree ....... .............
Sampson. Gale ...... ......... l 8
Sanclstecit, Esther ....... ......... 2 6
Schlesinger, .loan .....
Schroeclel, Maxine .....
Sctiut, Norman ......
Scott. Helen .........
Seitz. Earl ..,...,....
Selden, Dorothy .... ............ 2 S
Seto, Mathew ..... ............... 2 6
Sharp, John ,........... ....... 2 1
Sheets, Arthur ........... .........
Slielliamer, Frances ....... .................. 2 2
Sherman, Anita ...... ............... 2 4
Short, Nancy ......, .........
Siclclers, Vvilliam ....
Siegle, Betty .,................................ 28.
Simpson. Pegge .,...........,................,.........
5, 26, 44, 45, 47,
Sloa t. Richard .................................... 42.
Smiley. Herbert .......
Smitti, V. .lean .........
Socler. Gorclnn ..,......
Soinila, Gertrucle .....
Sommer, Doris .............................
44, 45, 45, 47, 61
Sonneniann, Ruth .....,...... 26, 48
Sorenson. .lane .............................
Spring, Emily ..... .......
Stabbert, James ...
Stacey. Allred ..... .................
Starkey, Nrvally ..........................
Steele, Peggy .............. 26, 46. 47
Stendal, Noreen ..........................
Stenson, .lanice ..................,.......
Stephenson. Don Carlos ....
Stewart, VVilliam ..,.....
Stone, Shirley ...........
Stute, Yvilliam ........... ..,....
Swansonf Charles ..,.. .,.....
Swayne. Ellen ....,...
Tart, Frances ...... .
Taylor, Rutht ..,....
Thompson, .lane .........
Thompson, Peggy ,,.,.
Thompson. William .... ...
Tliralls, Betty ........ .......
Tllune, l...ClBl'1d .........,. ,..
Tliwaites, Christine ,.,... .......
Tinlrcom. Vvilbur F ......,..........
Toclct, Ruth Pauline ,............. ......
Thorp. William ,.........,.....,.........
Tostevin. James ......... ..............
Towne. Patricia ......... .,.....
Ticgiming, William .... ....... 2 4
Trentman. Charles ......
Truselo, Stephen .......
Tuclcer. Williani .......
Utterback, Raleigh ......
Uyeda, .lune ...............
Van Atta. Betty .lo .....
Van Camp, .lim ...,... .......
Vanclevere, Wesley ....... ........
Van Slylce, Forrest ...... ....... 2 6
Varnes, Adolph ....... ...,...
Varnes, lvtargaret ..... ........
Veith, Lucille ...... .....,.,...
Venn, Franlt ..... ..,...........
Victor. George ........ ....... 2 7. 29
Vimont, Richarcl ,.,, .,,.,. ,
Vval-camatsu. Sliigeo ....
Vvallcer, Norman .......
Walter, Frank .....,.. ...........
Walter. James ........... ..............
Warne, Eleanor .............. 21, 76
Warner, Betty Jean ..................,.
Warner, Ed ....,...........,,,.. .
Warner, Russell ..............,.........
Wasserman, Betty Anne .......,...,
Watte, Emery ......,...........,.. ....
Vvatterman, Esther ....., .......
Webb, Carol ............. .......
Webb, Deborah ....... ....... 2 4
Wegener. Anita ,...... .,.....
Westman, June ......
Wible. Peggy ........
Vvillong, Ttiurlow .....
Vvillielmi. Robert ..,.........
Yvillcinson, Marian .....,........,,,,..
Vviltschlto, Helen ...... 22, 44
Wiltse, Virginia .....................,
Winskill, Edward ..,...............
Wittren, Doris ............ 24, 47,
Woods, Kathryn ....................
..................26, 44, 45, 47, 61,
Vvoocls, lVluriel 15, 22, 44, 47,
Yamamoto, Margaret ...........,,...,,
York, James ................
The staff of the 1941 Tamanawas wishes fo extend its
'lhanks fo the following advertisers. whose coopera-
'l'ion has made fhis annual possible:
American Savings 5 Loan
Belcins Moving E- Storage
Beutel Business College
Bevingtonls Triple XXX Barrel
Brown E' Haley
Caswell Qptical Company
Craig Furniture Company
Dammeier Printing Co.
Eastman Koclalc Stores
Farley's Flower Sliop
Farm Maid lce Cream
First United Mutual Savings
Kruger's Triple XXX Barrel
Landis Slmoe Relouilcling Co.
Nleclosweet Dairies, lnc.
Model Lumber Co.
North Pacific Bank Note Co.
Pacific First Fecleral Savings
Clmas. .l. Prenclergast
Proctor lce Creamery
Puget Souncl National Banlc
Quality Knitting Co.
Slierlyys Variety Stores
Sixtli Avenue Bowling Center
Spellman's Slice Store
Sprenger 8' Jones
Tacoma Milk Proclucers
Tacoma Savings G Loan Assn
Tacoma Secretarial School
Neal E. Ttiorsen
Vvasliington Gas Ev Electric
Washington Hardware Co.
West Coast Grocery Co.
Vveyerliaeuser Timber Co.
' ' ' ' Y' il
Wishing you every success for the future.
Remember-Success depends on your eyes!
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rake Tha' 'S LAVERAGE
OF THE TTRE
THE HEALTH TREND TS
"Cream in every drop"
MEDOSWEET DAIRIES. Inc. T
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Member Federal Deposit
Sixth and Pine
. We maart QUIK 'rAcoMA MILK Pnonucsns'
.mesa ufmmsimm ASSOCIATION
Is Made From Fresh Rich Cream, Pure
Milk Products, Su ar, T. ue Fmits and
Flavors and NOT?-UNG ELSE
Owned and Operated by the Farmers
Pasteurizeci and Raw Milk
2515 So. Tac. Way GArianci 1257
50cViIXg' 1 Law
of money for home-building and your fu-
ture financial welfare is provided by mem-
bership in this association. Men and women
from every walk of life find this systematic
method of saving a genuine incentive to the
cultivation of thrift. A moderate amount
only is required as a beginning. Details on
American Savings Cr Loan Assn.
llS So. llth St. Tacoma, Wash.
Your Savings Account here insured up to
S5000 under a plan of the United States
I . 9 Compliments of
Max 8 it CHAS. 1. PRENDERGAST
Fort Lewis-Olympia Highway it CD- , 6.
Frolic's First for Fine Foods
.L rendergast s Jlowers
Counter and Dining Room Service "artistic yet not expensive"
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K3 4 We i s NOT EXPENSIVE
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Bulwarlc ol: Confidence
FOR fiffy-eighl years lhis lnslifufion has been lhe bulwarl' of Conn' ,.,.,.,
dence for all peoples of all creeds.
C0"5lanllY acconled 'fhe hlgllesl PPO' flf
fessional S+-wdards and di9f1i+v. Ye+.
is Somefme once Wd' nsome of lhf
SERVICE WORKMANSHIP QUALITY
Landis Shoe Rebuilding Co.
706 Sf. Helens Avenue MAin 6318
RALPH TROVANI, Proprietor
Wilh 'rhe recenl' successful Brlclcslcrieg
we hope in The near 'lulure lo loe in our
new home in lhe Sfudenl' Union Bulld-
ing. The 'lacililles should greally relieve
lhe congeslion lhal' prevails in lhe pres-
enl' Commons. Thanking you again for
your line supporl we hope lo always
serve you well,
HELEN M. SEARS
Congratulations to the Class of l94I
u ITE p urun L
2l3 ELEVE NTH STREET ' RUST BUILDING
"Member of Federai Deposit insurance Corporation "
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When in the market for
l Lumber and Building Material
f Model Lumber Co.
2424 Bay St. Tacoma
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The state of Washington is de-
pendent upon its forest resources
for many of the things which make
life enjoyable and worth while.
Forest land owners very gener-
ally desire to keep their properties
in a high state of production.
Such an undertaking requires
public cooperation in prevention of
tire in forest properties, in secur-
ing adequate markets at home and
abroad for forest products, and in
maintenance of equitable systems
"Keep Washington Green "
"Candies of Distinction"
Brown X81 llaleu
THE PERFECT GIFT
Shoes for the Entire Family
Spellman's Buster Brown Shoe Store
Swing to T
AMOCAT' ' "The Peak of Quality"
Distributed by U
West Coast Grocery Co.
E' F fi
N I Offices in Principall Western Cities
FOUNTAIN SERVICE I E N S
Wk Spfgjgd- mjffjj Mme AND Z'f'2?IJI'EE co.
We Deliver -.-
PR + 9066 3813 North 26th I 6'5 SU-TMO A BR fl Y l2l3
s:u'r:L Business col.l.:G:
W. B. BARGER, President U , H G. O. Rolstad, Manager
Best by 54 years test
937 V2 BROADWAY
l Y 2 1
SIXTH AVENUEI , l
BOWLING CENTER '
2805 Shlth Ave. MA 5272 E 6
""'.'2I"" HEALTH ,Af 9 FLOWER sHoP
gi?-Elllelggk L ' l Flowers for every Occasion
Fon Q13 f . .
FUN '- at O Suxth and Anderson MAm H29
SZ! f' 7 TYPEWRITERS - All Makes
er y S Sold and Rented
VARIETY T RES l
5 0 me smloufns, mc.
:ell 926 Pacific Ave. 927 Commerce
6th and Proctor 38l6 Nor+l1 26+h
Everything for Office and School
The Home of Spalding Athletic Equipment
924 Pacific Avenue
Builders Hardware as Mechanics Tools
A TELEPHONE MAIN 7745 M M
Z iUPH'i0f'l7lllI0l'lIfqk'YiCY' !
7l7-TID TACOMA AVE.
TACOMA. WASH. 1
SAVINGS 6- LOAN S
Start your financial independence early by saving with us
lf you borrow for a home get our monthly payment plan
Tacoma Savings 6- Loan Association i
Ninth and A Street '
Costumes - Tuxedoes - Dress Suits - Novelties
NEAL E. THORSEN
926V2 Broadway - Pythian Temple - MAin 486l
g Wigs - Hair Goods - Masks
l You can always find some of the
TRI PLE XXX
3505 South Tacoma Way
Complete Luncheon and
Fountain Service Featuring
Triple XXX Root Beer and
Delicious Frosted Malts
CURB SERVICE AT ALL TIMES
WE NEVER CLOSE
IOOCX, VALUE Compliments ot
cmuc FURNITURE co. ' J1f,,f,,f1Wi,4ff,,,,,,
use-as Broadway l
Easy Credit Terms Catering to Large and Small Banquets
and Dancing Parties
F 't - R - R - R t' t
um' ure ugs anges e ngera org Crystal Ballroom - Root Garden
Opermed by l Junior Ballroom
The FOUR CRAIG BROTHERS Dancing Saturday Evenings
, Y 7 f ll ,a ' I
DAY CLASSES NITE SCHOOL
Courses in Bookkeeping, Stenography, Secretarial Science, Office Machines, etc.
TACOMA SECRETARIAL SCHOOL
LYLE LEMLEY, B.B.A., Pres. "
Medical Arts Building MAin l42l .
part in your planning and Working
insured savings account.
,face your future - -
face your future, let thrift have its very important
a Federal Mutual Institution for Savings, pro-
saie and profitable place for tile building of an
PACIFIC lst FEDERAL SAVINGS
' ond Loan Association of
Seattle 1 Eugene
Portland llth at Pacific Avenue Bellingham
IT'S SMART 4
TO USE COMPLETE i
Washington Gas 81 Electric
WATCHES and IEWELRY
'for over 50 years
10ti1 and A Streets-'Tacoma M I
Puyallup Auburn Sumner 1105 Broadway Established 1889
. . CONGRATULATIONS to the class of 1941 . .
It has been a pleasure to make the portraits for this annual. Many
' thanks and lots of good iuclc.
Parents and Friends: For your photographic neecis patronize
our modern ground floor stuciio. Tacoma owned and operated.
Graduation Portraits ' O
V Wedding Specialists
The KRUG-LUTZ STUDIO
762 Broadway MAin 4495 Opp. Winthrop Hotel
"Personality Portraits of Particular People at Popular Prices"
Watches - jewelry - Diamonds
I I47 Broadway BRoadway 4375
THE. HALF-WAY HOUSE
,Tl-IE MOST POPULAR PLACE FOR YOUNG AND OLD
ON Tl-IE HIGHWAY
EXTENDS ITS BEST WISI-IES
TO EACH MEMBER OF TI-IECLASS OF '4l
CONGRATULATES C. P. S. ON ITS GROWTH
T " Y E il
EASTMAN KODAK STORES
Headquarters for '
Fine Developing and Printing
910' Broadway ' . Tacoma, Wash.
I Sweaters of Quality
' BOTH FOR CLASS C7 EMBLEM
. sr 5 Q
934 commerce St. I MAin 6581
,Qufkfy Knitting Co.
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PROMPT Cv RELIABLE SERVICE
Reasonable Prices for Artistic Work
H. A. KLOEPPER, Mgr.
256 So. Iith Street MAin 0300
D A M M E I E R
8I I Pacific Avenue
MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION
WE WELCOME THE OPPORTUNITY TO SERVE
TI-IE STUDENTS, FACULTY AND ORGANIZATIONS
OF TI-IE COLLEGE OF PUGET SOUND
PUGET SOUND NATIONAL BANK
Main Office, III9 Pacific Avenue ,
Broadway Branch, 95.3 Broadway
Lincoln Branch, 3808 So. Yakima
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Elgin - Hamilfon - Gruen Wa+ches
905 Broadway MAin 8308
Do'ubIes Horseshoe Champs T I
Payson .S Bevington's
Where the Co-Eds Trlple X X X -
SI"lOp 924 Puyallup Ave.
. '. For . .
T2 GOOD EATS AFTER ALL AFFAIRS
Triple XXX Roof Beer Feafured
939 B"0adWaV Curb Service aI' All Times "
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CONGRATULATIONS . . .
. Your Photographers of Faculty and Student Activities For the IQLH TAMANAWAS . .
Zfurucr Kiehards - "l6'06 and Nelson 'f
724 PACIFIC AVE. COMMERCIAL PHOTO SERVICE BROADWAY 14631
Hank Nota Hampauy
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