University of Puget Sound - Tamanawas Yearbook (Tacoma, WA)
- Class of 1946
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Text from Pages 1 - 118 of the 1946 volume:
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Robert W. Winskill
Publxshed by the Associated Students of the College of Puget Sound
It is customary for a college annual to be
dedicated to some idea or person, so that all
who read it are made conscious of the school,
through that central thought.
This year, We, instead of putting forth
any one thing as the most important here
at the College, have left the choosing to you,
and have presented as best We know how, a
complete picture of the college year of '45-
That which you have felt and enjoyed as
a member of the Associated Students of the
College of Puget Sound has been covered
herein -with a few Words and pictures.
We hope that these will remind you of the
problems, plans and ambitions of all of us
here at the College, that in the years to come
you may once more feel as a part of the year
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SKUII nf ilaunur uf the Culnllege uf Ruger buunh
Baldwin, Edmund John
Berg, James R.
Bower, Guy Joseph
Brown, Ralph W. D.
Bruce, Carl M.
Carroll, Charles L.
Dews, Richard W.
Donaldson, Howard B.
Farron. Leonard R.
Frank, Edward M.
Heddon, William Benjamin
Hewitt, Roy J.
Jobb, Richard P.
Jones, David Emory
Mathias, Dick L.
' Namanny, Robert E.
Names, Richard P.
Pope, Henry G.
Porter, Marcellus F.
' Ramsey, Robert L.
Raphael. Vincent R.
Shotak, Robert L.
Skewis, James Edward
Sloat, Richard O.
Van Slyke, Forrest R.
Wheeler, Robert M.
Wilke, Edmund P.
Not listed- are sixty-eight members of the A S T P
who were stationed on the Campus and who were
later killed in action in Europe
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Ruth Ann Dodsworth
As elsewhere the return to peace, and to peace-
time pursuits here at the College, was not easy.
Instead of labor troubles, the student and fac-
ulty administrations had the honor of welcom-
ing a large group of veteran students: but at the
same time' had the trials of re-orienting this
large group, that soon outnumbered other stu-
dents, into college activities.
By the end of the second semester there were
over eight hundred and fifty students at the
College as compared to the previous high of
approximately seven hundred. Of these 800,
the men, for the first time in three years, out-
numbered the women. Yet this large increase
was not the end. Even as room was being made
for those students who came back this year.
plans were allowing for over 1200 students to
attend the College next year.
To meet this influx, the faculty administra-
tion and trustees okayed the building of a new
mens' dorm to be ready for next year's students.
In spite of this great increase in the schools'
population, classes ran as smoothly as ever, and
slowly the student government integrated the
newcomers into an all-college program.
All students took part in the ASCPS elections,
said to be the hottest in many years here at the
College. Mixers, Dances, Games, Campus Day,
the,Senior Sneak: all of these instilled into each
student some of the friendly spirit of the College.
By the end of the year, all could truthfully
say that indeed the College of Puget Sound had
lost none of the cordial, friendly atmosphere
that made every student feel as though he were
wanted here on the Campus.
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With the great increase in the size of the
Student Body came the necessity of an increased
faculty: Several new faculty members were
added to the staff by June, and Dr. Thompson
came from back East where he had been inter-
viewing members of the teaching profession
Dr. R. Franklin Thompson
with the promise of Hfteen new faculty mem-
bers for next year's enrollment.
Another-new feature was the adoption of
the plans for the new Men's Dorm by the
board of trustees of the College. This structure
is to be built sometime this year.
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CENTRAL BOARD: First row: Mr. Capen, Don Carsten, Ruth Ann Dodsworth. Chairman: Polly Packard, Secretary:
Betty Jane Cappa. Second row: Elizabeth Anderberg, Jing Ho Ling, Mary Ann Truitt, Virginia Mekkes, Helen Jean Darl-
ing. Third row: Nick Nicholas, Don Bennett, Marshall Campbell. Charles Nee. Bob Winskill.
The student government here at the College
is carried on by elected representativs who serve
on the various committees of the ASCPS. Cen-
tral Board, the legislative group, passes all laws
and rules of the student body: appropriates all
of the money used by the various departments:
and carries out the traditions of the College.
Student department heads, class representatives,
the editors of the Trail and Tamanawas, and
the officers of the Associated Students of the
College of Puget Sound, are members.
The Chapel Committee plans all chapels for
the College, obtaining speakers, musicians, and
outstanding personalities who speak to the stu-
dents three times a week. This year they ob-
tained such speakers as 'General Wainright, and
Mrs. Buena Maris.
The other important legislative group on the
Campus is the Finance Committee which recom-
mends to Central Board a solution to all finan-
cial difficulties and troubles.
President Thompson, Mary Ann,Tru-
itt, Chairman: Evelyn Marshall. Sec-
retary. Standing: Lu Jean Logan. Ruth
Ann Dodsworth. Bob Winskill, Mar-
garet Lindeman, Professor Frederick.
Ruth Ann Dodsworth, Mr.
Robbins, Don Carsten, Polly
Packard, Mr. Capen.
STUDENT AFFAIRS COM-
MITTEE-Seated: Mrs. Sew-
ard, Mrs. Drushel. Standing:
Walter Seabloom, Carol Todd,
Thelma Hardy, and Ruth Ann
-Dodsworth. The planning of
the year's Social Calendar is the
responsibility of this important
Seated: Jing Ho Ling, Mrs.
Drushel, Carol Hamilton.
Standing: Margaret Lindeman.
Lois Fasset, Jean Thurber, Vir-
gini'a Mekkes. Bea Young, Rosa
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We entered CPS with Dr. Thompson, all
of us very green. He called us a class with
'spizirinctum'! That has been our motto
throughout four years, during which time we
dwindled from a class of near 200 to 42 in our
Junior year. True, -we didn't win the bag rush
in our Freshman year, but We did give the
Sophomores a run for their money. We showed
off our vast variety of talent on Stunt Night
and in the Freshmen Plays.
In sponsoring the first dime dance of the
year as Frosh, we said good-bye to some fifty
of our own classmates. plus about the same
number of upperclassmen leaving the campus
to join the Armed Services. It was at this time
that we bid farewell to our able president and
vice-president, Dick Perkins and Bernie Crowell.
Then for the remainder of the year we watched
as one after another of our group left the
As Sophomores we adopted Martha Lucille
Thompson as our official mascot, presenting
her with a CPS letter sweater Cher sizel, and
Helen Jean Darling, class representative:
Lu Jean Logan. Secretary: Charles Nee,
Vice-President: Ruby Smith, President:
Ursella Watts, Sergeant-at-arms: and
Virginia Mekkes, class representative.
a scroll signed by the entire class. This was in
the form of a tribute to Dr. Thompson as he
entered CPS the same time we did.
When we reached the status of Juniors, our
number had shrunk to 42. Yet. in spite of that.
we still had 'spizirinctumf We sponsored the
first social event of the season, a'splash party
for the entire school. Still on our toes we
discovered the Seniors at their secluded 'Sneak
Spot,' and later snatched the coveted Hatchet
from the grasping lingers of the Sophomores.
In this our Senior year, we are glad to see
many familiar faces returning to the campus.
We managed to elude the Juniors, for the most
part, when we tookga day's vacation at Lake
Sylvia. Renewing another tradition we are
sponsoring a Senior Ball to be held Commence-
ment night. Now we leave CPS with some
sadness, there are only seventeen of our original
class, but as the boys return they will follow
in our footsteps. We have great faith in the
future of our Alma Mater and pass on our Pep.
School Spirit, and 'Spizirinctum' to all those
who enter these halls after we have gone.
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BARBARA ENGBERG ABEI.
Freshman Class Secretary: Spurs
Z: Otlah Secretary 4: Intersorority
Council President 3: Kappa Sigma
Theta. Vice-President 4. President
4: May Queen 4: Junior Class
President: Student Affairs Com-
mittee 3: Homecoming Play 3.
ELVERNA MARIE AMUNDSEN
President Delta Alpha Gamma 4:
President Spurs 2: National Spur
President 3. 4: Kappa Phi l. 2. 3:
Central Board 2: Tamanawas 1:
Homecoming l. 2: War Bond
Drive l. 2: Wl1o's NVho.
C. LLOYD BAISINGER
Lettermen's Club 2. 3: Central
Board 2: Sigma Zeta Epsilon
Celected President 4 but never
SI-IERLEY DAY BAISINGER
. Sociology . .
Kappa Sigma Theta: Spurs. Treas-
urer 2: Mu Sigma Delta 4: Home-
coming Play 4: Choral Readers 4:
Women's Federation: WAA.
DON G. BENNETT
Debate Manager 4: Phi Kappa
Delta 3, 4: Alpha Chi Omega 2.
3: Sigma Mu Chi 4: Intercollegi-
ate Knights 2: Ski Club: Central
Sigma Zeta Epsilon.
STANLEY J. BURKEY
Tacoma, Wash. Q
Sigma Mu Chi. President 4:
Knights of the Log: La Mesa
Redonda. President 3: Freshman
Basketball: Golf Team 3: Senior
Ball Committee: Homecoming
Dance Committee 3: Ski Club 2. 3.
DONALD E. CARSTEN,
Knights of the Log 2: Vice-Presi-
dent ASCPS 4: Harmoniers 4:
Adelphian Concert Choir 4: Men's
Intramural Athletic Manager 3:
Basketball 1. 3: Varsity Tennis I.
4: Ski Club 3, 4: International
Relations Club 3: Assistant Editor
Tamanawas 4: Central Board 3,
4: Howarth Scholarship 3: Fi-
nance Committee 4: SCA 1. 2.4 3.
4: Trail Staff 3, Who's Who.
HELEN JEAN DARLING
Delta Alpha Gamma: Central
Board. Senior Representative:
Chairman Bond Queen Corona-
RUTH ANN DODSWORTH
President ASCPS 4: 'Junior Class
Secretary: Spurs. Vice-President 2:
Delta Alpha Gamma: SCA l, 2.
3. 4: International Relations Club
4: Choral Readers 1. 2. 3. 4:
Howarth 3, 4: Chapel Committee
4: Student Affairs 4: Homecoming
Play 3: Who's Who.
PEGGY LOU DOUBEK '
Alpha Beta Upsilon. Historian 2.
Secretary 2, Vice-President 4: An-
derson Hall, Historian 2. Vice-
President 3. President 4: Spurs 2:
Student Affairs 4: President Inter-
sorority Council 4: May Queen
Attendant 4: Art Editor Tamana-
was 4: Howarth 4, SCA 1.
Lambda Sigma Chi. President 4.
Secretary 3. Treasurer 2: War Co-
ordination Committee Chairman 3.
4: Chairman Homecoming 4:
Intersorority Council 3, 4. Presi-
dent 3: Student Affairs 3: Who's
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Mu Sigma Delta 4: International
Relations Club 4: Biology Club 4.
JEAN MARIE HALLEN
Freshman Class Secretary: WAA:
Homecoming' Play 2: Kappa Sigma
Theta. Secretary Z, President 3:
Intersorority Council 3: Fresh-
man Women's Orientation 3.
Alpha Beta Upsilon, Pledge Vice-
President 4: La Mesa Redonda.
President 4: Adelphians 3: Cham-
ber Music 2: Choral Readers 3:
Homecoming Play 3: Trail Staff
2: Wrote winning song "Remem-
ber" 1944. 3: Entered from
Sigma Mu Chi: Tennis Team I:
Ski Club l, 2: Tolo King 2.
B. JANE KOEHLER
Adclphians 2, 3. 4: SCA l. 2. 3:
Chamber Music l. 2. 3: Richard
Summers Memorial Award 3:
School Organist 3, 4: Theodore
Kappa Sigma Theta, Secretary l.
Treasurer 2. Vice-President 3.
President 4: WAA. President 4:
SCA. Secretary 3, Worship Chair-
man 4: Chapel Committee 3. 4:
Otlah 4: Women's Federation 4:
Business Manager Trail 2: Ski
Club 3. 4: Intersorority Council
4: Homecoming Play 2: Co-Chair-
man Homecoming Songfest 3: Co-
Chairman Senior Ball 4: Who's
LU JEAN LOGAN
Sophomore Class Secretary-Treas-
urer: Vice-President Junior Class:
Secretary-Treasurer Senior Class:
Delta Alpha Gamma. Secretary 3.
4: .Intersorority Council 4: Chapel
Committee 4: Trail Staff 1: Ta-
manawas 1: Kappa Phi l. 2. 3.
LUCILLE VIRGINIA LUDWICK
Delta Alpha Gamma. Pledge Moth-
er 4: Chairman Homecoming
Dance 4: May Queen Attendant 4:
Trail Staff 4: Central Board 3:
Tamanawas 2: Anderson Hall So-
cial Chairman 3: Kappa Phi 2, 3:
War Coordination Committee. So-
cial 3, General 4.
RALPH A. LUNDVALL
Football l. 2, 3: Track l: Ta-
manawas Sports Editor 2: How-
arth Scholarship 3: Harry Wer-
bisky Inspirational Award 3: Pres-
ident Married Couples Group 4:
Sigma Zeta Epsilon.
Delta Alpha Gamma. Spurs. His-
torian Z: Anderson Hall President
4. Historian l: Otlah, President 4:
Howarth Scholarship 4: Central
Board 4: Women's Federation 4:
Tamanawas Staff 1. Z: Interna-
tional Relations Club 4.
HELEN M. MILLER
Lambda Sigma Chi, Treasurer 3.
Vice-President 4: WAA. Manager
4: Kappa Phi 2. 3. 4: Ski Club
3. 4: Central Board 4: Chairman
Intersorority Dance 4: Howarth
Scholarship 4: Puget Sound Chorus
2: Intersorority Council. Secretary
2. 4, Treasurer 4.
CHARLES L. NEE
Knights of the Log 2: Vice-Presi-
dent Senior Class: Dramatics Man-
ager 4: Entered from Pacific
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MRS. LORRAINE NELSON
Lambda Sigma Chi.
Alpha Beta Upsilon: Kappa Phi:
SCA: International Relations Club
3: Women's Federation 2: Entered
from Western Washington College.
JOSEPH MASON PRICE
Sigma Mu Chi. Treasurer l. 2. 4.
WALTER I.. SEABLOOM
Delta Kappa Phi, President 4:
Homecoming Play 1. 2. 4: Spring
Play 3: Pacific Northwest Orator-
ical Title 3: Debate l. 2. 3: Co-
Chairman All College Picnic 4:
Student Affairs 4: Election Board
4: Trail Staff I. 2. 3. 4.
DOROTHY E. SCHWEINLER
Delta Alpha Gamma. Treasurer 3:
Director winning Freshman Play
4: Choral Readers 4.
BETTY HEIDINGER SMITH
Campus Trio 1, 2, 3, 4: Central
Board 3: Otlah 4: Mu Sigma
Delta 4: Chapel Committee 3:
Adelphians 3: Alpha Beta Upsilon.
President 4, Pledge Mother, Treas-
urer 2, Cogesponding Secretary 3:
RUBY ADELAIDE SMITH
Biology: Occupational Therapy
Delta Alpha Gamma. Recording
Secretary 3: Spurs 2: WAA, Vice-
President 3, Program Chairman 4:
O'tlah, Vice-President 4: Mu Sig-
ma Delta 4: Causerie Franscaise 3:
OT Club 3, 4: Circulation Man-
ager Trail 2, 3: Howarth Scholar-
ship 2. 3, 4: President Senior
Class: All Star-Baseball l. Hockey
2. 3. Speed Ball 2, 3. Basketball
2. 3. Volleyball 4.
JEANE PHYLLIS TI-IURBER
Kappa Phi. Pledge President 1.
Program Chairman 3. President 4:
Spurs 2: SCA 1. 2. 3. 4: Chapel
Committee 3: Central Board 2:
Student Affairs 2: Otlah 4: Mu
Sigma Delta 4: Women's Federa-
tion 4: Campus Trio Accompanist
1, Z. 3, 4: AAUW Award 4.
MARY ANN TRUITT
North Bellingham. Wash.
Delta Alpha Gamma 2. 3. 4:
Kappa Phi, Alum Secretary 4:
SCA 1. 2. 3. 4: Ski Club 3:
Symphony I. 2. 3: Adelphians 4:
Music Manager 4: Spurs 2: Cen-
tral Board 4: WAA 2, 3. 4: String
Ensemble 2: Music Trophy 2:
Howarth Scholarship 3: Kilworth
Scholarship 2: Women of Rotary
Award 3: Who's Who.
MARGARET VAN AMBURG
Kappa Phi: SCA: Chorus.
Delta Alpha Gamma, Recording
Secretary 3, 4: Otlah 4: Mu Sigma
Delta 4: Circulation Manager
Trail l: Sergeant-at-arms of Senior
Anderson Hall. Treasurer l: Cen-
tral Board Z. 3: Choral Readers
2, 3. 4: Chorus 3: Homecoming
Play 3: Howarth Scholarship 4:
International Relations Club, Pres-
ident 4: Kappa Phi. Recording
Secretary 1. Editor 2. Delegate to
National 2. Co-Program Chairman
4: SCA 1, 2, 3. 4: Spurs, Editor
2: Tamanawas Class Editor 4:
Trail Staff. Feature Editor 2. Edi-
tor 2, 3: WAA l, 2, 3, 4: Who's
FIRST SEMESTER SENIURS
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SENIURS NUT PIETIIREIJ
JOHN W. BEER
MRS. GERVAIS BROWN
ROBERT A. CADIGAN
WILLIAM O. GLUNDBERG
RICHARD S. GORDON
WILLIAM F. HAGEMEIER
DOROTHY JUDD HILL
MRS. LILLIAN JONES
As Freshmen we entered CPS 137 strong,
just another wartime class. However. we had
plenty of pep and spunk. We did have one
particular note of distinction, the ASTU moved
onto our campus when we entered school. These
238 Army Specialized Training students be-
came a part of our class for their stay here on
the campus of CPS.
We showed off our talent at Stunt Night
and in the Freshman one-act plays. In the last
bag rush to be held until the end of the war,
we carried off top honors over a- team of upper-
classmen. Our song, written by Maxine Atkin-
son, "Our Gentle Mother," won the Home-
coming Songfest that year.
ln our Sophomore year we had lost a number'
of male members. However, we kept up tradi-
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Vice-President: Eloise Cruver. Sergeant-
at-arms: Betty Jane Cappa, class 'repre-
sentative. Not pictured: Louise Kipper.
tion as much as possible under war-time condi-
tions: Even though we had to discontinue the
annual bag rush, we kept up the social end of
things by sponsoring an evening of games and
dancing at the SUB. We were also the first
class to sponsor an All-College ice skating party.
This year we have been active in bringing
the college back to pre-war basis. Outstanding
among our' efforts has been the reviving of sev-
eral traditions abandoned during theipast few
years. Perhaps the most prominent and success-
ful of these was the Junior Prom. We'also
entertained the Seniors at a Junior-Senior break-
fast, as well as another bit of entertaining when
we interrupted them on their Sneak after chasing
them from street to highway, to ocean, and
Hnally to lake.
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ARTHUR R. De BORD
MARY JOANNE EVANS
JOHN HOVEY '
MARY ELLEN HOWELL
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REV. GEORGE PAULSON
ROBERTA MATTHEWS PLUMMER
MARVIN SCOTT '
NOREEN TIERNEY ,
MRS. LAURA VAN KOTEN
We entered CPS as, just another war-time
class, our ranks sadly lacking in man power.
However, 'we still had spirit and ambition.
Before Matriculation day we had planned a
dance, "Pilgrim's lDance," which proved to be
a success. In the Stunt Night and Freshmen
Play performances we showed the upperclass-
men that we had talent.
In spite of the fact that we had to abandon
the regular rivalries between the Freshmen and
Sophomores that year, we still kept up our
green beanie spirit. Four of our class were on
the first-team basketball that year.
As Sophomores we revived an old tradition
this year: or rather enforced it. With the Frosh
in such evidence we saw to it that they were
properly respectful to upperclassmen by wearing
Dick Eckert. Sergeant-at-arms: Marian
Tregoning, Secretary: Peggy Rough,
President: June Larson, Vice-President:
Clair Candler, class representative.
their green beanies. This was a big step in
rehabilitating our campus to pre-war activities.
One of the outstanding social events of the
Hrst semester was the barn dance given by our
class, 'the "I-Iayseed Hi-Jinx" which was held in
the gym. Teamed with the Seniors, we took top
honors in the Victory Bond Drive.
Reviving another tradition, we participated
in the Frosh-Soph tug-of-war on Campus Day
. . . and won!
As Freshmen we had Shirley Ostlund, John
Scupen. Clair Candler, and Charles Morris as
officers. Carol Todd was our representative to
Central Board. This year we have had Peggy
Rough, President: June Larson, Vice-President:
Marian Tregoning, Secretary: Dick Eckert, Ser-
geant-at-arms: and Clair Candler as Class Rep-
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MARY DEAN GILBERT
J EANNE MICKENS
ANNE S. NIESEN
BETTY MARIE OSWALT
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BONNY JEAN STEELE
CHARLES STEVENS, JR.
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We Freshmen have the distinction of being
the first class to enter CPS after the close of
World War II. In September we came in some
ZOO strong, one of the largest classes in several
years, During Freshmen Week we elected offi-
cers to lead our class throughout the year.
These included: Harold Simonsen as Presidentg
Waldo Davila, Vice-President: Jeanne Miles,
Secretary: and Nick Nicholas and Ed Meneghet-
ti as class representatives. '
lfirsr rows Jeanne Miles. Secretary: Waldo
Davila. Vice-President. Second row: Nick
Nicholas. class representative: Harold
Simonsen. President: Ed Mcneghcrlc.
Our Stunt Night was a huge success and We
were noted for our pep and good spirit. Faith-
fully we wore our green beanies under the
watchful eyes of the Sophomores. In October
we led off with the first dance of the year, the
"Beanie Bounce." Next in line we presented
a group of exceptionally good one-act plays.
We made a further name for ourselves when
we carried off the winning honors in the
Homecoming Songfest. Our classmates were
active in many school events.
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Anderson. James 7,3 5
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Anning, Shirley 'M
Chase. Keith if
Cheatham, Tim - -M. 531, fy
Christenson, Junita J 2.
Barkost, Betty 41 X XY-1
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Clapp, Gloria ' i
Beaudoin, Corene ' ' 3' X
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Dcbolt, Bud Q:
Beckerman. Gloria ,
Bennett. Donna - Q . 1
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Dyer, Mary Alice
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One of the busiest years for the dramatics
department began with the production of five
Freshman plays on Gctober 5, 1945. The ive
plays produced were l'Before the Curtain Rises,"
"Ghost in the Green Gown," "Would Your
Husband Shoot?", "Wrong Numbers," and
"Thank You, Doctor."
Student directors for these plays were Mary
Rough, Dorothy Schweinler, Elizabeth Ander-
berg, LaVerne King and Irene Fearn. Assistant
directors were Peggy Rough, Marthajean Sandin
and Lorraine Hasson.
The first of November saw the production of
a mystery farce in three acts, "Ramshackle Inn."
The leading role, that of Belinda Pryde, bwas
taken by Irene Fearn. Others in the cast were
Walter Seabloom, Ray Cason, Sherley Baisinger.
Bonny Jean Steele, Marshall Campbell, John
Larson, Maisie Harold, Dale Nelson, Mary
Rough, Leonard Raver, Byron Crull, Elizabeth
Anderberg, Kelly Hamilton and Harold Simon-
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Campus Playcrafters, in cooperation with
the music department, presented the annual
Christmas program, This year's play was
"Dicken's Christmas Carol."
On February 15 the Playcrafters gave four
one-act plays in honor of the debators who
were on the campus for the annual high school
tournament. The plays were directed by Inez
Doherty, Dorothy Schweinler, Elizabeth Ander-
berg and Irene Fearn. Prompters and property
chairmen were Marthajean Sandin, Gloria Beck-
erman, Helen Thomas, Beverly Farrell, Miriam
Manke and Jane Hagen.
The cast of "When Shakespeare's Ladies
Meet" consisted of Mary Louise Guthrie, Aleatha
Mae Dieatrick, Joyce Taylor, Helen Jean Darl-
ing, Kerttu Kahn and Shirley Milsted: 'IA Fan
and Two Candlesticks," Betty Barkost, Jim
Lenz and Arthur Sheets: "The Bishop's Candle-
sticks," Troy, Strong, Robert Heath, Maisie
Harols, Kavheryne Alff and Ray Hervin: "Poor
Old Jim." Arthur Hansen, Sheila Lamar and
from lop Io bottom: Helen Strong. Irene Fearn. Kerttu
Kahn. Gloria Gipple. Carol Todd. Helen Darling. Inez
Doherty. Bonny Jean Steele. Sheila Lamar. Murden NVoods.
Dorothy Schweinler, Ruth Ann Dodsworrh. Katheryne
Alff. Gretchen Swayze. Elizabeth Anderberg. Barbara
Rowe, Shirley Baisinger.
From right Io left: Elizabeth
Anderberg. Leonard Raver, Irene
Fearn. Bonny Jean Steele. Shir-
ley Baisinger. Walt Seabloom.
On the floor: Ray Cason.
The Choral Readers, in their sixth annual
recital, presented four groups of poetry, includ-
ing children's poetry and Lir1dsay's "The
Congo." The most effective part of the pro-
gram was the ending poem, "Cathedral Chimes
At Midnight," for which the group gradually
forimed a cross.
The spring play, Thornton Wilder's "Skin
of Our Teeth," was given May 3 and 4, with
Art Sheets, Betty Barkost, and
Irene Fearn, Troy and Helen Strong, Shirley
Milsted and William O'Connell in the leading
roles. This play, a Pulitzer Prize winner, de-
picts man's survival through the Ice Age, deluge
Director of the Campus Playcrafters is Miss
Martha Pearl Jones, Dramatic manager is
Charles Nec and dramatic department assistant is
Ruth Ann Dodsworth.
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Forensics began -its successful return to normal
by hanging out the welcome sign for Coach
Dr. Charles T.. Battin who had been in govern-
ment service in Alaska during the war. In his
absence, Dr. Marvin R. Schafer, assistant coach,
served as adviser. The annual high school de-
bate tournament in February was the first event
sponsored by the department. It turned out to
be one of the largest ever held west of the
Mississippi River drawing teams from some 30
schools in Washington and Idaho.
Practice debates with colleges of the Puget
Sound area warmed up the Logger squad for
participation in the Northwest Tyro Tourna-
ment held on the CPS campus in which teams
from Washington and Idaho competed. In this
revival of pre-days, CPS's Rad Hartwell took
Iirst-place in impromptu speaking with Harriet
Fiske landing in the finals in that event of the
The season that far turned out to be just
proving ground for the squad, for when it
traveled to the Coast Regional Tournament at
Linfield College in McMinnville, Oregon, to
participate, it returned with two first-, a second-
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and a third-place. Taking the honors at this
three-day meet by walking away from 25 col-
leges representing Montana, Idaho, Washington,
Oregon and California were Norman Schut, re-
turned veteran, first in one-man Lincoln-Doug-
las style of debate, first in extemporaneous speak-
ing and second in impromptu: I-Iarriet Fiske and
Lyle Lindelien, third in junior division of Uni-
versity or two-man style of debate.
The season reached its climax when the squad
traveled to Stockton, California. to compete
with colleges from eight states in the Pi Kappa
Delta, Province of Pacific Regional Tournament.
held on the College of Pacific campus.
CPS there nabbed two first-, one second- and
two third-places besides reaching the finals in all
events entered, despite competition of such
schools as UCLA. USC and OSC. Norman
Front row, left: Harriet Fiske. Jing Chu Ling. Louise Kipper. Mary Jean Kean. Backjow: Dr.
Battin, Fern Bondy. Lyle Lindelien, Dr. Schafer, Norman Schut, Bob McNary. Bernie Crowell.
Dr. Thompson and Richard Drues
Schut took first in one-man debate, with Lyle
Lindelien backing up the Maroon and White
record by placing second. In junior division,
Harriet Fiske and Louise Kipper teamed to take
first place among the women, while Bob Mc-
Nary and Byron Norton placed third among
the men. Harriet Fiske and Mary Jean Kean
landed in the finals of impromptu speaking with
Harriet taking third.
Washington Alpha chapter of Pi Kappa Delta,
which is the national forensic fraternity main-
tained on this campus. admitted the following
6n the merits of their work during the year:
Degree of Special Distinction, Norman Schut:
Degree of Honor, Lyle Lindelien: Degree of
Fraternity, Harriet Fiske, Louise Kipper, Mary
Jean Kean, Bob McNary and Byron Norton.
Faculty members of Pi Kappa Delta are Dr.
Charles T. Battin, Dr. Marvin R. Schafer, and
Dr. John D. Regester.
The squad which competed at the different
tournaments during the year on the topic of
establishing a policy of free trade was composed
of Ferd Bondy, Bernie Crowell, Kelly Hamil-
ton, Rell Anderson, William Johnson, Harriet
Fiske, Louise Kipper, Mary Jean Kean, Byron
Norton, Bob McNary, Lyle Lindelien, Norman
Schut, Rad Hartwell and manager Don Bennett.
In April the finalists of the high school ora-
torical contests in the Sixth Congressional Dis-
trict competed at the College befire the student
body. Local businessmen who acted as judges
gave first place to Richard Drues of Stadium
High School in Tacoma.
The contest, sponsored by the State Depart-
ment of Conservation and Development, award-
ed a first prize of 3100, besides a medal and a
trip around the state inspecting Washington's
resources. The six district champions will vie
for the state championship in Seattle May 22.
Lefl: Norman Schut, Harriet Fiske.
Rad Hartwell. Bob McNary. Byron
Norton. Lyle Lindelien.
Under the direction of its new head, Prof.
Clyde W. Keutzer, the music department of
the college expanded 165W this year, with
557 of the entire student body taking courses
Prof. Keutzer came to CPS from Scott Field.
Belleville, Ill., where he served as director of the
USO. He has been head of the Department of
Voice at the University of North Carolina,
concert soloist throughout the East and South.
and Director of Voice at Baldwin-Wallace Col-
His revival of the Adelphian Concert Choir,
which had been almost inactive throughout the
previous years. brought about that organiza-
tion's extended tour throughout Washington
and parts of Idaho during the spring semester.
President of the Adelphian Choir was Irene
Pearn. while secretary-treasurer was Mary Ann
Truitt. Marshall Campbell edited the new
music column, "Off Beat," which appeared in
Mary Ann Truitt acted as music depart-
ment manager and director of the Puget Sound
Symphony was Prank Anarde.
The Campus Trio remained an ever-popular
group around town, with its personnel chang-
ing more frequently than usual. Trio members
at the beginning of the year were Virginia Kilde,
soprano. Midge Heidinger, second soprano, and
Betty Heidinger Smith, contralto. At the end
Mr. Keutzer Mary Ann Truitt
of the first semester Betty was graduated and
replaced by Frances Swenson. Toward the end
of the spring semester Virginia Kilde dropped
out. The new soprano was Anita Stebbins.
Accompanist was Jean Thurber.
A new group on the campus, the Harmonairs.
composed of Elizabeth Anderberg. Neva Iver-
son, Carl Niwa. Don Carsten and Arthur
Knight. made their debut on the Adelphian tour.
and thereafter sang for various programs around
town and at the Port.
Since admission to the Adelphians is by try-
out and permission of Prof. Keutzer, and is
of limited membership, the Women's Collegiate
Singers were organized for those women who
wished to belong to a choral group, but who
were not eligible for membership in the Adel-
First row: Harmon Weston. Mary Ann
Truitt, Clarabel Stevens. La Verne King.
Frances Swenson. Virginia Kilde. Netta
Harbke. Marian Syse. Neva lverson.
Violettn Rowe. Anita Stebbins. Elizabeth
Anderberg. Second row: Kieth Chase, Don
Carsten. Mary Agnes Gallagher. Anna
Marie Vaughn. Irene Fcarn. Delores
Craighead. Frances Holt. .Io Anne Ste-
vens. Shirleyanne Sandin. Dolores Klaiber.
Elaine Surinson. .Ioan Storham. Gretchen
Swayze. Third row: Edward Meneghetti.
Arthur Sheets. Harley Stell. Frederick
Gilbertson. Arthur Knight, Marshall
Campbell, Donald Leonard. Carl Niwa.
Ray Cason. Willard Norman. Kelly
Hamilton. Edward Stanton. No! in
Picture: James McCormick. Leonard
THE PUGET SOUND SYMPHONY
Elizabeth Andcrbcrg. Neva Iverson. Don Cnrslcn. Carl
Niwa and Arthur Knight.
THE wnMEN's BHURUS
THE CAMPUS TRIO
Virginia Kildc. Midge Hcidingcr. Betty Smith ALCLTITIITWHISI
Jean Thu rbcr
Despite the handicap of a staff of thirteen
students the Tamanawas of 1946 came out
on schedule Another major barrier to its
publication was a lack of funds. Editor Win-
skill felt that a student body the size of CPS's
should have a bigger and better annual than
ever before and every effort was made in that
direction. Bob appeared before Central Board
to plead the case and receive 625 dollars in
addition to the budget.
The editorial staff has tried in every way
possible to make this year's annual a clear
picture of the years' events. When actual
photographs were not available it was en-
deavored to paint word pictures so that in
after years people will be able to know what
happened at CPS in the year '45-'46. The
staff consisted of Elizabeth Anderberg, Don
Carsten. Kerrtu Kahn. Murden Woods. Har-
riet Eiske. and Lyle Lindelien.
The art staff though small was very good.
It turned out ine work and in quantity.
Art editor Peggy Doubek drew the sketches of
the professors, and Cathie Reed designed the
cover and the division pages.
Editor - Bob Winskill
The ad staff. too, did its part in turning
out a bigger and better Tamanawas. They
got busy and secured enough ads to H11 all the
holes in the budget. Headed by Mary-Anna
Schenk and Ciwen Simmons, were Beverly
Farrell. Jackie Holmberg, and Barbara
Mary-Anna Schenk, Bus. Manager Gwen Simmons, Bus. Manager
wav .ga K .
Assistant Editor: Don Carsten Art Editor: Peggy Doubek
The photographer for this year was Nelson
Richards. He spent lots of time following
Bob around the campus and did a swell job
on the group photographs. The class pictures
were taken by Kennell-Ellis Studios.
Our advisor Dr. Jaeger has been a big help
to us all.
The Staff in Action: Lyle Lindelein, Harriet Fiske,
Elizabeth Anderberg, Peggy Doubek, Murdcn
Woods, Bob Winskill, Kerttu Kahn, Gwen Sim-
mons, Mary Anna Schenk, Don Carsten, Beverly
Farrell, Barbara Hodges.
Class Editor: Murden Woods
Advisor - Dr. Jaeger
The Puget Sound Trail embarked upon one
of its most successful seasons this year under the
direction of Elizabeth Anderberg, Editor-in-
Chief. Whille finances' did not permit the Trail's
coming out every week, it did come out every
other week: with every issue better than average.
All of the honors are due to Miss Anderbergs
Those who served on the staff in particularly
responsible positions were the following:
Betty Jane Cappa, and Anna Marie Vaughn
as Business Managers: Lois Lynch as feature
editor: Sheila Lamar as society editor: -and
Nick Nicholas and Harold Simonsen as sports
Those features that were liked particularly
were, Off Beat by the Em Cee, actually Marshall
Campbell: The Senior Spotlight written by
Carolyn Cummings: Dorm Dora of course: and
Gym Shorts by Evelyn Marshall.
One of the highlights of the publications'
year was when the office was moved back to
its old location at the SUB. Tired newsmen.
too long used to fighting their way through the
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Editor, Elizabeth Anderberg
mass of junk in Jones Hall, could really take
pride in their new room complete even to keys.
to keep those persons out who insisted upon
borrowing the staff typewriters. Immediately
the room was christened the PUB and became
known as "the PUB in the SUB."
Dr. Jaeger acted as Trail advisor throughout
the entire year.
Business Manager fFall Semesterj, Betty Jane Cappa Bllslnfss Mfmagff f5Pl'ing Semfsfeflf Alma M-Ulf VJUEIHI
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Sealed: Elizabeth Anclerberg. Dr. Jaeger, Anna-Marie Vaughn. Slamlinq: June Hyatt, Beverly Johnson. Lois Lynch. Aileen
XVood. Nick Nicholas. Sheila Lamar. Harold Simonson. Dorothy Kostenbader. Margaret Flannagcn. Evelyn Marshall. Jing
Ho Ling. Murden Vifoods. Lois Vick. Marshall Campbell. Shirley Gibbs. Bob Winskill, Jeanne Mickens. Lois Phillips. Peggy
Rough. Carolyn Cummings. Bob Heath. Jackie Gibson. Jeane Baitinger. Harriet Warne, Jane Parker. Waller Seabloom.
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Athletic Director Frank Patrick
John l-leinrick. Basketball Coach W3ffi1T1C Athletic Di1'GCIOr
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A former University of Pittsbugh and National Pro All-
American football star. Frank VJ. Patrick has been named as the
new athletic director for the College of Puget Sound. I-le comes to
CPS to fill the vacancy left by former Coach Leo J. Frank, who is
now a captain with the army and serving as educational instructor
at Fort Ord. California.
While at the University of Pittsburgh. Patrick played full-
back under the noted Jock Sutherland and with such familiar
pigskin personalities as Marshall Goldberg and -Bill Daddio. l-le
was named on the'coaches' All-American grid list as well as
mentioned on the All-East. and All-American mythical squads.
Many Pacific Coast football fans can remember when. at the
Rose Bowl classic in 1937 between the University of Pittsburgh
and the University of Washington, Patrick displayed brilliant
ball-carrying by scoring two touchdowns for the Easterners which
helped them defeat the Huskies, 21-O.
His professional gridiron action was with the Chicago
Cardinals of the National Professional League in '38-'39.
When Patrick was not playing professional football, he had a
faculty position at the University of Oglethorpe as assistant athletic
coach and professor of physical -education and psychology of
athletics and coaching. ln 1943-'44 he served as assistant coach
to Bernie Bierman at the University of Minnesota and has been
named by many as one of the outstanding ngures of football.
Mr. Patrick has announced that we can look forward to a
rejuvented sports program. ln the winter varsity sports shall
consist of skiing. basketball, and football. During the last half of
the school year track. tennis. boxing and wrestling will hold forth.
We now wish to salute Mr. Gibbs who acted as Athletic
Director during the war emergency period as well as heading the
Education department. l-le did a line job.
Don Carsten: Mens Ciym Instructor Basketball Managers, V
Keith Chase and Horiki Tadashi
MARV SCOTT I
JIM VAN CAMP
With John PL Heinrick, Stadium High School's athletic
director, as their newly acquired coach, 23 enthusiastic basketball
aspirants began workouts in the CPS gymnasium early in the season.
Of the nearly two dozen prospective cagers, Coach Heinrick
welcomed several hoop veterans who had considerable basketball
experience on former high school and service tearns. With these
fellows forming the backbone of the group, a powerful varsity
squad was formulated, backed up by a capable group of second-
stringers. As the season advanced the team continued to grow
better and lost its last game with U.B.C. by only 6 points.
Mr. I-leinrick deserves a bouquet for his remarkable job of
turning out a team which finished in the upper division of the
Pacific Northwest Conference,
During the season the College of Puget Sound's Bob Fincham
captured undisputed top scoring honors in the Northwest Basket-
ball Conference by scoring a total of 250 points in 12 games, an
average of 20.8 tallies per contest. Bob outscored his nearest rival
by 81 points.
The graceful sty1ist,, who totaled this fat count by means of
95 field goals and 60 free throws, turned in his most impressive
showing against the College of Idaho, connecting for 31 and 41
points on successive nights to snatch records for both single game
and two-game series.
Runnerup position on the Logger squad was captured by Jim
Van Camp, who accumulated 102 counters.
Centralia Junior College
Pacilic Lutheran College
U. B. C.
University of Willamette
University of Willamette
Pacific Lutheran College
Everett Junior College
College of Idaho
College of Idaho
U. B. C.
Everett Junior College
U. of O. Medical School
Centralia Junior College
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First row: Gerald Naubert, Lyndell Morgan Jess Curt
wright. Don -Hesselwood. Second row Jerry Huggins
Kirk Stewart, Don Carsten, Ted Christlanson Jack
Knapp, Bob Causm
The tennis squad started the season
with one returning letterman, Don Cars-
ten, but soon the beginning squad con-
sisted of Jess Curtwright, Kirk Stewart.
Bob Fincham, Jack Knapp, Bob Causin,
Don Hesselwood, and Don Carsten.
The team was evenly balanced and able
to give stiff opposition to any comers.
Matches were played with local col-
leges, and the climax was reached when
the College of Puget Sound was repre-
sented at the Northwest Conference
meet at Salem, on May 18.
l-larry Berg. Ralph Simpson. Dr.
Tomlinson, Bert Kade. Carl Arness.
I SKI TEAM
After a lapse of live years, our ski team. ven-
tured forth to match its skill and daring against
the leading West Coast colleges and universities.
C.P.S. was represented in two meets this season,
one at Martin, the other at Donner, California.
A ive man team consisting of Jess Curt-
wright, Bert Kade, Richard Simpson, Harry
Berg, and Carl Arness attended the meet at
Martin, but only Briggs was able to go to the
In these meets C.P.S. raced against the best
schools on Qe coast including U. of W., W. S.
C., U. of I., U. C. L. A., U. S. C., Stanford,
U. of Nevada, and O. S. C.
Next year the team hopes to compete in most
of the major meets on the Pacific Coast.
Yell Leaders, Niva
Iverson, Kelly Ham- .
ilton, and Jeanne ' 1
W. A. A.
The Women's Athletic Association has wit-
nessed a fine year of inter-class and inter-
organization sports. Ninety-six girls partici-
pated in the sports program, fifty-five of which
are regular W.A.A. members. The cabinet for
W.A.A. this year consisted of the able presi-
dent, Margaret Lindeman: vice-president, Betty
Jane Cappa: treasurer, Carol Hamilton: secre-
tary, Mary Agnes Gallagher: social chairman,
Ruby Smith: publicity, Shirley Gibbs: the busy
general manager, Helen Miller, and the friend
and advisor Mrs. Kenneth Johnson.
A large variety of activities were olfered and
Hne managers oversaw each activity. The sports
and their respective managers were: baseball,
Helen Miller: basketball, Murden Woods: vol-
leyball, Lois Passet and Dixie Simmons: bad-
minton, Evelyn Marshall: ping pong, Joy
Moberg: speedball, Ruby Smith: horseshoes,
Mary Agnes Gallagher: tennis, Eunice Moberg:
archery, Janice Lindeman: and bowling, Helen
Award time is one that all the girls look
forward to during the year. A girl who has
earned six hundred points is entitled to a fiirst
year chenille letter "P," one who has earned an
additional six hundred points or a total of
twelve hundred is entitled to a two-stripe school
sweater. These sweaters are given to the award'
Director, Mrs. Kenneth Johnson
earners by the Associated Students. For each
additional six hundred points up to a grand
total of 2400 points another stripe is awarded.
There is a possibility then for a senior to have
earned a four stripe sweater during her four
years at school. Receiving irst year letters were
Evelyn Coubrough, Barbara Engberg, Helen
Mahoney, Wanda Smith, Bea Young, Helen
Caputo, Alice Ann Cross, Louise Kipper, June
Larson, Doreen Lockstone, Phyllis Newman,
Dixie Simmons, Marie Switzer, and Viola
Warner. Receiving sweaters were June Larson,
Lois Fassett, Mary Agnes Gallagher, Jean
Hallen, Joy Moberg, Rosa Mae Monger, Peggy
Rough, Virginia Barker, Eloise Cruver, Shirley
President, Margaret Lindeman Manager, Helen Miller
Margaret Lindeman. Kimiko Fujimoto. Lois Fassett. Bea
Young. June Larson. Peggy Rough. Evelyn Marshall.
Gibbs. Helen Miller and Eunice Moberg. Third
stripe awards were given to Betty .lane Cappa,
Carol Hamilton, Janice Lindeman. Margaret
Lindeman and Evelyn Marshall. Two people.
Ruby Smith and Murden Woods, earned a
fourth stripe. '
Besides the numerous awards for points, there
is can All-Star team for each major sport made
up of the best players-an ideal team. These
teams are chosen by the sport manager, the
general manager, W.A.A. president, and the
Perhaps the top of the year is reached when
the athletic cup is awarded to the one sorority
or the independent group whichever has earned
the most points towards it during the sports
season. This is given during awards chapel and
as yet has not been decided for this year. Last
year it was awarded to Delta Alpha Gamma.
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This year's athletic cup went to the Delta
Alpha Gamma girls again, after a hard ,struggle
over the determining game of bowling. They
nosed out the Betas for the final victory. The
cup was given in Awards Chapel.
The awarding of white sweaters was an
exciting one this spring as there was not only
one sweater given but two 'of them. One of
these sweaters went to Ruby Smith and the
other one went to Murden Woods: both are
four year letter girls and well deserved their
The elections for the coming year brought
favorable results for W.A.A. for next year.
Short but full of vigor is Betty Jane Cappa who
was chosen to serve as president of the group
for next year and to serve as sports manager is
Carol Hamilton. Others on Miss Cappa's cabi-
net will be: Vice-President, Peggy Rough: sec-
retary. Dixie Simmons: treasurer, Lois Fassett:
publicity, Ruth Ann Potter: program chairman.
We hope that next year's group will continue
to grow and that they will have as successful
a year as Margaret and her group had this year.
Vcrnace Barton. Ruby Smith, Wanda Smith. Evelyn Marshall.
Lois Fassctt. Janice Lindcman. Carol Hamilton. Bea Young.
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man. Ruby Smith. Helen Miller, Murden Woods. Second row: Pearl Moberg. June Larson, Kimiko Fujimoto. Helen Caputo.
Dorothy Kostenbader, Carol Hamilton. Marie Switzer. Joyce Hegg, Donna Bennett,'Elinor Roundtree. Lois Fassett, Eunice
Moberg. Shirley Gibbs. Third row: Vernace Barton. Sheila Lamar, Doris Mitchell, June Hyatt, Wanda Smith. Vernetta
Harvlie. Peggy Rough. Carol Todd. Helen Mahoney. Rosa Mae Monger. Bea Young and Doreen Lockstone.
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F al I .Semester Officers Spring Semester Officers
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, LaVerne King
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' ' ' ' Helen Caputo
' i Marla Clark
. Frances Criswell
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K 'av' 9 1' ' A, Marilyn Dunlap
'Sty V Geri Foxwell
' F Marian Geehan
-A 1 Mary Jean Hcidinger
' Jane Hill
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' ' X 1' , ,ia I Virginia Kildc
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"' Qwg.-.,4 V :Q , 1 Q Shirley Milsted
'F - Eliane Mclaorinan
M x " Virginia Norton
S Lois Phillips
, Frances Quinn
, A 1 5 ' A - V Lucille Randall
1 " ,-'T ' 'Z' Q ' " f' Patricia Robinson
eg P' 5 C9 , , ' 'r' Betty Robinson
V ' W i 1' ' Sue Ritchey
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J i W 6 Martha Jean Sandin
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DELTA ALPHA GAMMA
Fall Semester Officers
Lois Lynch - ,.e,
Lucille Ludwick ,,.A L ,,
Dorothy Schweinler Ao,oA
Marion Tregoning .,.,.
Shirley Gibbs ..,. V
Donna June Bennett
Helen Jean Darling
Ruth Ann Dodsworth
Mary Lou Elliott
Lu Jean Logan
Ruth Ann Tregoning
Mary Ann Truitt
Donna Mae Kist: '
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Lu Jean Logan
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Mary Agnes Gallagher
Margaret Lindeman L.
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Barbara Engberg Abel
Janette Blake a
Mary Agnes Gallagher
n Sheila Lamar
Rosa Mac Monger
w Janice Rea
Mary Lou Mcllwraith
Jo Ann Stevens
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Corresponding Secretary -
Program Chairman - Anna-Marie Vaughn l
Historian ---- Donna Maclnnis
Religious Education - Margaret Van Amberg
Finance ----- Janette Blake
Music ' - - - - Zelda Lay
I f0PCff10S j - Mary Lou Elliot
Art and Invitations - - Lucile Randall
Room Committee - - - Marie Switzer
Alumnae and Patronesses - Mary Ann Truim
Membership Chairman - Evelyn Marshall Mothers' Club - Marion Tregoning
Social - - Dorothy Kostenbader
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Van Amburg. Margaret
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Batty Barkost .
Mary Alice Dyer
Mary Louise Guthrie
Mary Lou Lindstrom
Sarah Lou Miller
Mary Ellen Ersfeld
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Clarence Schorer - - Pregidenl
Spencer Wedlund - - Treasurer
CJI'llblSLl - ' - . - Segfgfgry
Bill Williams - - Sergeant-at-Arms
Wally Dunn - - - - Historiarz
R. O. Brady
' Wallace Dunn
' . Wesley Englund
A c William Leubkc
William Harrison x
Richard La Pore
Willard Norman , A
Richard Perkins Z 4 I -.
Marshall Riconosciuto - - - President
Edward Wilson - - Vice-President
Julius Beck - , - - Secretary
Richard L. Jacobsen - - Treasurer
DELTA KAPPA PHI
Walter L. Seabloom -
Frank Bainard -
Bob Minnitti - Inter-
Art Hanson - - -
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g A Kenneth Campbell
fig ' Raymond Cason
' Kelly Hamilton
ef U, Kenneth Hoggett
SIGMA ZETA EPSILUN
Jim Van Camp
Norman Burke -
Jim Van Camp ' '
Clayton Anderson 1 , -.
Lloyd Baisinger f
Norman Burke '
Dennis O'Conner I F WW B
Carl Arness i
Roy Stalcup Q .
William Wilbert 2 A
Ralph Lundvall - A
Bob Maycumber ,
George Williams Y
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Burk row: Evelyn Marshall. Darcas Eggesbo. Barbara Engberg. Engberg Abel. Helen Miller, Carol Todd. Seated: Mary Jean
' Heidlnger. Rosa Mae Mongcr. Elverna Amundson.
Buck row: Marshall Riconsciuto, XVil1iam Madden. Pat Pilant. Julius Beck. Stan Burkcy. Sealed: Clarence Shore. Walt Sea-
luloom. Emil Cvrubisn.
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NVhat big eyes youfvc got!
Come on, cough up!
Let's go skiing!
I 1 reasons to come to CPS
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Mrs. Schneider, House Mother Peggy Doubek. Pall President
This year's fall president of the dormitory
was Peggy Doubek: the Spring President was
The Dormitory was enlarged this yearg the
basement being filled with bunks to house 38
girls. At the same time the dining hall was
made into a study room forthe girls, and meals
were taken at the SUB.
The Fall social program consisted of a dance
given by the girls called Campus Club. The
chairmen were Lucille Ludwick and Gwen Sim-
mons. This Spring the girls had a picnic at
Point Defiance. -
The Dorm has weekly meetings, some so-
cial, some informal with popcorn, punchfeasts
and songfests the order of business.
Virginia Mekkes, Spring President
Smith. Second row: Bonny Steele, Mary Lou Elliot, Masie Harold, Vernie Amundson, Lucile Randall, Marie Opsata, Mrs. Schneider, Lucille
Ludwick, Helen Hewitt, Viletta Rowe, Juanita Baumgartner, Virginia Mekkes, Marie Switzer. Third row: Ruth Luhbe, Gloria Clapp, Elea-
nor Roundtree, Marian Newman, Vera Jenson, Barbara Lindahl, Prances Swenson, Jean Muncey, Junita Christianson, Patricia Robinson. Peggy
Doubek, Gladys Jon s, Frances Holt, Beatrice Young, Sue Richey, Beverly Johnson, Janette Blake, Doris Rutherford. Fourth row: Lois Phillips.
Harriet Warne, Marian Syze, Anne Evans, Neva Iverson, Wilma Reed, Geri Poxwell, Janice Rea, Gwen Simmons, Meralat Betz, Mary-Anna
To become a member of Otlah.
senior women's Honorary. is the
dream of every College woman.
Only those who have a grade aver-
age of .2 or more are tapped for
membership in this group.
Front row: Ruby Smith. Barbara Engberg Abel. Mrs. Seward.
Ursella Watts, Shirley Baisinger, Margaret Lindeman. Bach
row: Virginia Melgkes, Jeane Thurber.
Buck row: Dr. Tomlinson,
Dr. Jaeger, Prof. Slater, Miss
VanANorden, Dr. Seward.
Second row: Dr. -Regester.
Ursella Watts. Mrs. Dru-
shell, Dr. Fossum, Ruby
Smith, Miss Chubb. Betty
Jane Kappa, Janice Linde-
man, Shirley Baisinger.
Mu Sigma Delta is the counterpart on our campus of Phi Beta
Kappa on other campuses. This year ive new members were asked
to join. They were Maurice Goldenhar, Ruby Smith, Shirley
Baisinger, Betty Jane Kappa, and Janice Lindeman. Miss Van
Norden was this year's president.
The most active Service group on the
campus is the,Spurs. Established here
on our Campus in 1926 it is composed
of the fifteen outstanding Sophomore
women. These women are chosen when
freshmen on the basis of scholarship
and general participation in college ac-
tivities, Rosa Mae Monger was this
First row: Lois Eassett, Violet Hessey, Rosa Mac Monger,
Lois Vick, Ruth Behrens. Second row: Sheila Lamar, Janet
Blake, Helen Thompson, Dorothy Kostenbader, Dixie
Simmons, Peggy Rough, Ruth Gustafson, Carol Todd,
June Larson, Evelyn Coubrough.
While kept to a wartime scale of little activity
because of lack of manpower, the Intercollegiate
Knights were fast regaining their position on the
Campus of a true service organization. Their ranks
swelled with returning members and the new
I pledge group, the Knight could look forward to
a year of true service to the College.
Front row: Dick Jacobsen, Stan Burkey, Don Bennett, Marshall
Riconisuto, Don Carsten. Back row: Marshall Campbell, Ole Emblem.
Charles Nee, Bob Oquist, Art Sheets, Pat Pilant, Ted Christcnson, Phil
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The I.R.C. meets every week at the homes of the members where
discussions are held on world problems. ,Among the speakers who have
presented talks at these meetings this last year. are Jan l-eBlue, a holder
of the Congressional Medal of Honor. and heir to the Throne of Java:
Col. Ensley Llewellynp former editor of the Stars and Stripesf and
members of the International House of the University of Washington.
Murden Vifoods was president of the group this year. Dr. Tomlinson
acted as advisor.
First row: Marie Switzer, Lucille Randall, Juanita
Baumgartner. Second row: Miss Bell, Joyce Nel-
son, Ruby Smith. Third' row: Mary Rough,
Wilma Reed, Beatrice Young, Janet Blake, Gloria
Beckerman, Polly Packard.
Row one: Carl Arness, Elaine Swanson. Dolores Klaiber. Jerry Baker, Marillat
Betz, Mary Lou Lindstrom. Andrew Moe. Jack Knapp. Row' Iwo: Primo
Rosellini, Shirley Gibbs, Gloria Gipple. Margaret Lindeman, Marjorie Ness,
Juanita Baumgartner. Mary Lou Mcllwraith, Joyce Richardson, Harold Craig.
Row three: Evan Stevens. Netta Harbke. Mary Agnes Gallagher, Sarah Lou
Miller. Virginia Barker. Dr. Tomlinson, Bob Holland, Joel Belshivik, Bob
Heath. Row four: Paul Gingrich. Barbara Haslam. Eloise Cruver, Harry Berg,
Don Carsten. Bob Oquist. Bob Winskill. Row five: Michael Jayko, Bob Causin,
Ray Cason. Ken Hoggett. Tadashi Horike. Richard Eckert, George Addison.
The S.C.A. had an extremely ac-
tive year under the leadership of Miss '
Bea Young. Foremost among their
activities was the presenting of Re-
ligious Chapels every Tuesday in the
The Ski Club this year carried on one of its most successful seasons under
the direction of President Carl Arness, and Advisor Warren E. Tomlinson.
The highlight of the year was the Ski Club sponsored All College Ski Day at
Paradise the 22nd of February, Washington's Birthday.
As well as arranging a time for all those interested in skiing to get together.
the Ski Club also arranged transportation for those who wished to go skiing. At
meetings experts in the field were asked in to give pointers on the true Way to ski.
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President - Betty Jane Kappa
The Independent group was led through a
comparatively inactive season this year by the
executive committee headed by president Betty
Due to the great increase in the size of the
Student Body and the correspondingly great
increase in the size of the Independent Organi-
zation. it was found necessary to re-write the
entire Constitution of the l.O. This was done
by a committee composed of these people: Betty
.lane Kappa. Troy Strong. Bob lVlcNary. Louise
Kipper, Harriet Fiske. Norman Schutf and Bob
Plans were laid this year for next year's pro-
gram and the re-activating of some of the Inde-
pendent traditions on the Campus including
the always popular 'Sadie Hawkins Day' and
Inez Doherty, Mary Ellen Irsfeld, Dorothy Lonergan, Joyce Nelson, Gladys Jones. Eileen Boyd. Ruth
Gustafson. Rosa Mae Monger, Mrs, Drushel. Mary Louise Guthrie, Peggy Hume, Gwen Dean. Aleatha
Mae Dieatrick, Betsy Burleigh.
June Wick. Mrs. Seward, Mrs.
Angst, Clarabel Stevens.
The traditions of the College are typined in this one picture of the true
'Loggers Axe' Passed down from Senior to Junior for over forty years, it
truly symbolizes the competitive spirit of our Classes, our Organizations. our
May you seize from it the essence of what has made our College great and
apply it to your life and to those around you. For what has made an institution
great will make you worthy ofthe name "Alum" of the College of Puget Sound.
TU STUDENT PICTURES
Abel, Barbara Engbergll 68, 76, 80 Coors, 'Charlotte ,,, ,,,,,,,,, H29
Adams, Joy .....................,..... .29, 70 Corum, Gloria ...... 1 ....,.....,,.........
Addison, George ....,.......,... 29, 74, 83 Coubrough, Evelyn --,,--,,,- 29 70
Alff, Katherine .... . ...,. ,33,4O Craighead, Delores ...,...,..,
Allen, Margaret .... --.33,68 Criswell, Frances ...... ,...... . 33
Alm, Katherine ...,,,. ......... 3 3,40 Crowell, Bernie ..,. ,.,,,,,,,,
Amundsen, Elverna ........ 21.67, 76 Cross, Alice Ann ...,.,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,
Anderberg, Elizabeth ,...,, 26,4-0,41 Cruver, Donald ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,-,-,,
44, 45.47 48.49. 67 Cruver, Eloise ,....... -..25, 26 61
Anderson, Clayton .....,,... -..33, 75 Cummings, Carolyn ,-...., ,26
Anderson, Paul .,..........,... ...3l, 72 Dahl, Lorraine ,..,,..,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,H
Anderson, Rell .,..,, .,...,,. 3 3 Darling, Helen Jean 8, 20, 21 40
Angel. Betty ..,... .... . -.29.68 Davilla. Waldo ..,,.....,.,.....,,,, ,32
Anning, Shirley ..,.. ,,...,,..,.,.. 3 3,68 Davis, Jack .........,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 26
Arness, Carl ..........,..... 29 59, 75,83 Dayton. Darcia ,, ,,,,,,,, 29
Baisinger, C. Lloyd -... ..........,,. 21, 75 Dean, Gwen ,...., ,,,,,,,, 2 9
Baisinger, Sherley 221,40 41, 68, 80 DeBo1t, Bud ,M ..,.,,.,, ..,,,,,,,,, , -
Baitinger. Jeane' ............,.......,. 33,49 Demers, Art ..........,....,..,.,,,,,, 33
Baker, Charles ,... -, .... ..., , ,.31, 72 De Voto, Margaret ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, N26
Baker, Gordon ...... ........,...,,,. 2 9 Dieatrick, Aleatha .,,,,,,,.,.,.,,,,, 33
Baker, Jerry ...,.. ......, 2 9, 74, 84 Dodsworth, Ruth ..6, 8, 9, 21 40
Barker, Virginia .,.r...... 26 61, 66, 83 Doherty, Inez .....,.,,,,,,,,,,, 29,
Barkost, Betty .... ....... 3 3,4l.7O Dooley, Patsy .,,.,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
Barnes, Lila .........,.,. ............,, 3 3 Doubek,'Peggy ....,,,,.,,, 21,47
Barton, Vernace ...,.....,............ 33, 70 Dunlap, Marilyn .... ,,..,,..,,,,,,
Baumgartner. Juanita ....., 29, 82,83 Dunn, Wally L .,...,,,..,,.....,,,,.
Beaudoin, Corene .,... ............,.... 3 3 Dyer, Mary Alice ,,,,..,.,.,,,,,,,,,,
Beck, Julius .,,..,.., .,,... 2 4, 73, 76 Eckert. Richard -,,..,,,,, 28, Z9
Beck, Marie ,....,, ......,.,......,. 3 3 Eggesbo, Dorcas ...,..,..,.,,, 21
Beckerman, Gloria ...... 33, 67, 82 Elliot, Mary Lou ....,,.,,,,, 29
Behrens, Ruth .... ...... 2 9, 66,81 Emmett, Shirley ..., .,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
Bellinger, Katherine ..............,, 29,70 Englund, Wesley -L ,,,, ,W
Bendiksen. Pearl .....,....,.......,.,.,... 24 Erickson, William ,,... ,,....,,,,
Bennett, Donald .,... .8, 21, 42, 71, 81 Ernst, Gretchen .....,., ,.,,.... 3 3
Bennett. Donna .............., .33, 62, 67 Etsekson, William .,.,......,...,,,
Benson, Al ......,,. .............,........ E vans, Anne .......,.....,....,..,....
Berg, Harry .rr .,,....,,.., 33, Farrell, Beverly -,,-.,...,.,.,,, 33 47
Betz, Merallat .... .,......... 2 9, 67, Fassett. Lois .-...9, 29, 61, 62
Billett, Al .,,.... ...,............,.., 3 3, Fearn, Irene ...,...... 24,40,4l
Blake, Janette ...... 29, 68, 69, 81. Fiske, Harriet ..,..,...,.. 33. 42
Blaser, Phyllis ,.,,,,,,,,..........., 33, Fiffles. Marion .....,,,,-,,....,,,,,,
Blumenstein, Pat .,,,.,,, ...,,,..... F incham, Bob ,,,,,...,,,..,.,.,., ,, ,,,,,,,,
Bondy, Ford ........ Flannigan, Marjorie ........ 33 49
Boedecker, Joanne ....
Bowman, V Douglas .,
Bowman, Howard .....
Boyd. Eileen ..,..,..,
Brady, Robert ....
Briggs, Alan ......
Brooks, Alton ..r..
Burke, John .,,....
Burke, Norman ............ ,
Burkey, Stanley , ,.,.. .
Burleigh, Betsy ....., ,.,...r
Campbell, Bill .,.......,...,..,,.a.. .
Campbell, Kenneth ., ...,,,..a..a ,
Campbell, Marshall 28. 29 44
Candler. Clair ,,....... ..., ..-V
Cappa. Betty ,,., 8, 25, 26
Caputo. Helen ..,........
Carr, Jane ....,,.... .. ,.,, ..
Carsten, Donald 6. 8
Cason. Ray .. .,,,,......r, '53
Causin. Bob ,r..,,............. .
Choaruhas. Nancy ,,,..,...,.
Chase. Keith ,,,,....,,...... 33
Cheatham. Tim ....
Christenson, Junita ,,..,,r.
Clark. Marla ....,.,, ,
Clapp. Gloria ,,,,......
Flewelling, Mrs. Lee .
29, Flewelling, Robert
Mu.-- Foxwell, Geri --...--,,,,,, M-..
.-..-,29, Gaddis, Lloyd -.....,.-..-.,,-,,,,,,
.,,-,,3l, Gallagher, Mary Agnes......26
M-L33, Garland, Phil -,,.,,.,,,,,,,-,,,,,26
,,,..,,, Garrison, William .,,,,,-,,,,,,,-,
um-.- Geehan, Marion ,,,,.,,,,,,,,,.,,.,,
.-..,.., Gibbs, Shirley ..,.,.26,49,62
21 Gibson. Jacqueline ........,,...,,.
,76, Gingrich. Paul ............,,.. 34
Gipple, Gloria ....,,... 34,40
.,, , Gipple, Warren G. ......,...,,
Glueck, Arthur .....
Godfrey, Douglas .....
Gorden, Jack ..,,,..,,,..
Gorden, Patricia ....,
Gormley, Jo ........
Grubisa, Emil ..........
44 Gustafson. Frank, .....
Goldenhar. Maurice .... ....,...,.
53, , Gustafson, Robert .,... U.--
41, , Gustafson. Ruth .....,... ..,,.. 2 9
29, , Guthrie. Mary Louise .rs.,,,,.... 26
44, 53, Hallen. Jean ....... ........,....,.,. 2 I
,,,,,,33. Hagen, Jane
,,,,33, Hamilton, Carol 61
33, 71. Hamilton. Kelly ..,..... 34. 44.
,W-,e26, Hanson, Art
Harbke. Netra ....,.,..... 34. 44,
Hardy, Kathleen .... . ..,...., ......... .
Hardy, Thelma ......
Harold, Emily ....... .
Harrigan, David ..,..
Hartwell, Rod ...,
Haslam, Barbara ....
Heath, Robert ...,.-...,,,,,,
Hecht, Hazel ....,.,...
Heidinger, Mary Jeanljm
Hexdrick, Elva ,.,,,,,,,,,,--
Hegg, Joyce ,,,,,,,,,,,,r,,,
Henderson, Richard .....,,
Henry, Mary Lou .....
Hervin, Raymond .....
Herzog, Betty .....,.
Hesslewood, Don ....
Hessey, Violet ....
Hewitt, Helen .......
Highfill, Patsy ....
Hill, Frank .....
Hill, Jane ...........
Hilton, Daphne ,....
Hodges. Barbara ..,........
Hoggatt, Kenneth .....,...
Hoggatt, Verne .......
Holland, Robert ..,,
Holmberg. Jackie ....
Holt, Frances ......
Hora, Charles ,...
Hora, Dorothy .,.....
Horike, Tadashi ....
Howard, Charles --.
Huggins, Jerry .,.....
Hultgren, Katherine ---
Hume, Peggy ........,
Hunt, H. D. ...,,,,t,,.,.,,,- ,
Huston. Robert ....,......,
Hyatt, June ......,-...,.,,, 34
Hyndman, Natlie ,,.........
lrsfeld, Mary Ellen , ....... .
Iverson, Niva ..,.....
Jackson, Luella ,,r,,,,,,,,,.
Jacobson, Dick ,,,.,,,,,,,,,
Jayko, Mike .....-,... ,,,,
Jenson, Vera .,.,...,,,,.,,,,.,
Johnson, Harold .....
Johnson, William .....,
Johnston, Earle ,,...
Jones. Gladys ....
Jones, Twylla -.,
Justice, Sidney ....,
Kade, Bert .,.....,.. .,,.
Kahler, Cleonea -. ..... ..
Kahler, Frank .,.,.......,,,,
Kahn. Kerttu ...,,,.,,,,.., 25
Kean, Mary Jean
Kendall, Shirley ..,,.
Kennell. Mark ..,, ,......
Kilde. Virginia .,....,,,... 26
Kildruff, Irene ..,...........,
King. La Verne .,.,..
Kinrod, Anna ,... ..
Kipper. Louise ....,.
Kiste. Donna Mae .........,.
Klaiber, Delores ........ 34
Knapp, .Jack , ,.........,... .34
Knight. Arthur .. .
Knodel. Arthur ...,.,.,..
Koehler. Jane .. ..........,,. ,,
Kohler. Colleen .rr,.,....,..
Lamar. Sheila 29,40
Langlois, Kenneth .,...r..
La Pore, Janet ........................
La Pore, Richard ..................
Larson, John -T ..................... ..
Larson, June .... 28, 29, 61, 62
Larson, Marland .................
Lawler, Pat .............,...........
Lawson, Phyllis -. ...,. .-
Lay, Zelda .......... ...... 3 4
Lentz, Jim ....,........ ...... 3 5
Leonard, Donald ...... .......
Leubke, Bill ...,..... ,...
Lewis, Clara ............
Lindahl, Barbara - ...................
Lindahl, Peter ...,..........,........
Lindelien, Lyle ............ 35, 42
Lindeman, Janice --25,26,6l
Lindeman, Margaret .... ,
Lindstrom, Mary Lou ........
Ling, 'Jing Chu ............,,......
Ling, Jing Ho ,.,.......,.......
Lockstone, Dorene ................
Logan, Lu Jean ........
Lonergan, Dorothy ..............
Lubbe, Ruth .,......,............
Lubke, William .,..... .,...
Ludwick, Lucille ..... .......
Ludwig, Janice .,,. .... - .
Lundvall, Ralph ..... .........
Lynch, Lois ........., ..,..,
Lyon, Robert ......,... ......
Maclnnis, Donna ..... ...,...
Madden, Bill ......... .....
Mahoney, Helen .... .....
Mandt, Darlene ..,.. .....,.
Manke, Marion .,,. .......
Mann. Marjorie ........ ....
Manslield, George ...... .......
Mansfield, Harry ...... .......,........
Markussen, Ed ..,,,..,..,..,........,. 31
Marshall, Evelyn ........ 8, 24,
Marvick, Gordon .,.. ,..,..,,.
Mas. Rafael ,........ ......,
Mather. Sarah ....,,.... ,...
Maycumber, Robert .... .......
McConnell, Francis ..,.. ......
McCoy, Norman ...., .,..,
McLean. Harold .,.,..... ...,.,,.,
McLorinan, Elaine .,,.,,,,,,,-.-,,.,
McNary, Robert ..,..,..,,....,, 26
Mcllwraith. Mary Lou ,..,.. 35
Mclver, Joan .,......................,.
McKinney, John ,,r..r...,,,.....,
Mekkcs. Virginia - ,,.. 8, 9
Mellish, Wiley ......,.......,,....,.
Meneghetti, Edward ,,........ 32
Mickens, Jeanne ,.,,r..r..r,,,,.,,-
Miles, Jeanne ......,...r,.. 32, 35
Milsted, Shirley ..............,.....
Miller, Helen ,....,.. 22, 60, 62
Miller, Sarah Lou .....,,.,.. .. .... ,
Miller. William .....,.. .......
Minnitti, Robert ,,.., ,,,,..-- ,,.,
Mitchell, Doris ,,.,.. ..,.,, 3 O
Moberg, Eunice ..... .,,.,,.,.
Moberg, Joy ....., .....
Mobcrg. Pearl .,.... .,....,
Moe, Andrew r.r,....,-, ...... 3 5
Monger, Rosa Mae .,...,.. ..... 9
Montano. Jose ,,..,.,, ,,,,.,.
Morgan, Lyndell .,,... .....
Muncey, Jean .,,......, , ,,... ,
Murphy. Harold ..... ,-,,,,.,,,
Naubert, Gerald .,,. ,..,,,,,,,.,,,,
Nec, Charles .rr.. ..,,,, 2 0,22
Nelson, Art .,.. . , ,,,,.,,,.., ,.
Nelson. Dale .,,.,,,,,,,. ,,r,,,,,,,
Nelson, Joyce ..,...,.....,, .,,.., 3 O
Nelson, Mrs. Lorraine .
Newman, Marion ....
Ness, Marjorie ......
Nicholas. Nick ' ....,..,.
Nicholson, Natalie ........ . ...... .
Niwa, Carl ..............,
Norman, W. D. ----
Norton, Byron ......
Norton, Virginia ....,...
O'Connell, William --.
O'Conner, Dennis ,.-
Ofelt, Robert .......
Olsen, Lawrence -..
Olson, Clara .......
Olson, Jean ......
Opsata, Marie .....
Opsata, Shirley ....,....,......,.,.,.
Oquist, Bob ............,.......,, 54
Osborne Richard -
Packard: 'Polly .-e, a',"5,'Ji'6f
Parker, Jane ......,.....,.,..... 30
Patterson, Pat ..........,....,.......
Perdue, Don ..... ,-.
Perkins, Dick .........
Perry, Mrs. Adeline ...,.......
Pettit, Lois ......,,............,.....,.
Phillips, Lois ..... .. ....,........ 35
Pilant, Pat ......... ...... 3 O, 71
Pla nchard, Janis .... .....,.,.
Potter, Ruth .......
Pratt, Patrick .,....
Price, Joseph ...,.
Quinn, Frances ..,. .......,.
Radke, Roberta .,........,.,.,..
Randall, Lucille .......... 26,
Rasmussen, Louise ....... ,....
Rayno, Bea .....,..,.....
Raver, Leonard .,,,
Rea, Janice ......,
Reed, Catheryn ....
Reed, Wilma ........
Rees. Celia ,........,......,, ---
Reynolds, Lloyd ..,..,........
Richardson, Joyce .......,...,...,
Riconiscuito, Marshall ....,. 73
Ritchey, Sue ..,..,.,,...,.....,.
Robinson, Betty ,,........
Robinson, Patricia .,..........
Rough, Mary ..,.....,,,,.,......
3 0 4 9
Rough. Peggy, -,28, ,
Roundtree, Elenor ...,.......,
Smith, Ruby .... 23, 61.62.67
Smith, Wanda -L .,..,,,,, 30, 61,
Smith, William .,...,....,.,r,,,,,,,,,
Smock, Dotha --- .,,,, U-,
Speers, Madge .--. ,,,,,-,,,--
Stalcup, Noel .,..
Stanton, Ed .......,
Stapleton, Joan ..,..
Stark, Rodney .....
Stebbins, Anita --
Stell, Harley .......
Steneide, Lee ..,.,,,,,, ,,,,,.
Stephens, Evane ......
Stevens, Clarabel .,... ..,..,
Stevens, Joane ,.., ,,,,, ,
Stevens, Merle ....
Stewart. Kirk ...,.
Stine, Sue ....... ..,.
Storhow, Joan ..,..
Strong, Helen ....
Strong, Troy ,,,,,,,,., ,,,,A,
Rowe, Barbara ....
Rowe, Viletta -..
Russell, Irma ,.....
Sahlin, Gloria ......,
Salmon, Robert .,........
Sandin, Marthajean .,,....,.,
Sandin, Shirleyanne .....,,...
Schenk. Mary-Anna ...,
Schlegle, Mollie .......
Schorer. Clarence ....,
Schorer, June ......
Schott, Marvin .....,..
Schumock. Harold ,...r.,.....
Schut, Dorothy .,,...........,.
Scoggin, Kenneth ......
Seabloom, Walter .,..,
Sheets, Art .........,,. ....r,.,. 4 l
Shelton, Toney ..,..............
Simonson, Harold ,,,,.,, .32.
Simpson, Ralph ,,.,. .,.
Simmons, Dixie ,,......r.......
Simmons. Gwen r...,.,..,,,-,.,
Smith, Betty Heidinger
Smith. Clinton ,l,,.,,.,,,
Smith, Jess ,,,,.,,,,,,,
Smith. Margaret .-.
Smith, Marjorie ,,..
Sutherland, Harry ,,-,,,,,A-- Q-,-gn
Surinson, Elaine -.
Swayze, Gretchen ...... 36, 40, 44,
Swenson, Frances ..,,,,,,,,,,,, 36,4-4,
Switzer, Marie ..,,,,,,,,,. 30, 62, 69,
Syse, Marian ...,,,, ,.,.,,,, W ----.,-.-
Tangora, Sam ,,,, D ,--.-- 36,
Tasker, L. G, ,,,,,, --'A,4-.,-,
Taylor, Jeanne ,.,,, ,---,, 3 5,
Taylor, Joyce ,,,,,,, -----, 3 5,
Taylor, Rickard .,,,., ,,,,,A,,,-,
Thomas. Helen ,,,,,,.,,,, ,,,-,- 3 0,
Thompson, Murial ..... . ........,. 36,
Thompson, Orin ,,,,,,,,,,,,-, M -,-,,.,-
Thurber, Jeane .,,,,... 9, 23.45, 69
Tierney, Noreen .....-..,,,,,,,,,,,, 26,
Tiedeman, Harry .,,,,,,,,,,,v,,,,,,- ,.,.
Tietje, Beverley ,,,.,M,.,,,-,--,,-,- 35,
Tillman, Catherine ,.,.,,....,,,,,,,,,,,.
Todd, Carol ..,. 9, 30.40, 67 76,
Tollefson. Robert .....,..., L ..,.,.. L .....
Tousley, Martha .,,-,,,,,,,,,V-w---,-,,.-,
Tregoning, Marion .... 28, 30, 67,
Tregoning, Ruth Ann .,,,,,,,,,,, 36,
Tregoning, Joan ,.,.,,.,,,,,,,,,,,., 26,
Truitt, Mary Ann ,... 8, 23, 44, 67,
Tucker, John ...,,....,.,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,
Van Amburg, lVlargaret ...,.... 23,
Van Camp, James ,,.,.,,,,,,, 26 55,
Van Giffen. Dorothy ..,....... f.-,
Vaughn, Anna-Marie ..,.,... 26 44,
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Verone, Genevieve ...,. .. .,,,,,,,.. 26.
Vick, Lois .,...,,,....r .,,,., 3 0,49,
Victor, George .,rr,. ,,,,-,,,,,,,.-
Walker, Dennis L .,,.,. 36,
Warne, Harriet ..... ,..,,,,,,,,, 3 6,
Warner, Viola ..,, .,,, . , .,,. 30 66,
Watts, Ursella ,,,,,, 20, 23, 67,
Wedlund. Spencer ..,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,, '36,
Weston. Harmon ,...., , ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
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Wight, Mary ,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,V 3 6,
Wilbert, William .,.., , ,.., 36,
Williams, Bill ,,.,,,,, Y ,,,,,,,,,
Williams, George ,,,,,, 36,54,
Williams. Jeanne. ,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,37,
Willoughby, Ken ,, ,,,,,, ,,,,,37,
Wilson. Nancy ....,, ,,,, ,.,, , , ,,,,,,,, , ,
Winskill. Robert .... 8, 27.46, 49,
Winters, Anne ..... ..... . H ,,,,,,,,,
Wood. Aileen ......,,,, . ,,,, ,,,,,,,, 3 7,
Woods, Murden .,,,,, 23. 40.47. 49,
NVornstaff. James r.,,,,,,, , ,,,,,, 36,
Wright, Martha ....,.,.,, ' .,,......,, 37.
Wyvill, Roland ..... . ,..,,,.,.,,, ,,,, .
Young, Beatrice .,.. ,,,.. 9 , 27, 61
Your gratitude is to be extended to the many advertisers who have helped
make this book possible. for without their help the interesting record you have
just read of this past college year would not be yours. Their civic-mindedness
and interest in our welfare should be reciprocated by your patronage.
To increase their interest to you and to increase' their value to our adver-
tisers, the policy ot student pictures in their advertisements has been continued.
because ot its singular success in recent years. We would also like to take this
opportunity to acknowledge several contributions made by friends of the
college. Below is a list ot advertisers. You students should help them as they
have helped us, at every opportunity.
BROWN AND HALEY
CONRAD PRINTING COMPANY
DAn1.1NG's DRUG sroas
HARRY BROWN CONFECTIONS
HURLEY ENGINEERING COMPANY
IOHNSON-COX PRINTING CO.
KNAPP BUSINESS SCHOOL
LA PORES COLLEGE FOOD STORE
OLYMPIC DAIRY PRODUCTS
PUGET SOUND CLEANERS AND
PUGET SOUND NATIONAL BANK
SPRENGER AND IONES
TACOMA SAVINGS AND LOAN
TACOMA SPORTING GOODS CO.
WASHINGTON SPORTS SHOP
WEST COAST GROCERY
WEYERHAEUSER TIMBER' CO.
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serve 0 ' the future.
' and Secretarial School
is extended to young men and women who are interested in specialized training for employment
in business or government service or as a supplement to a general or professional education.
A Bulletin ot Information regarding each course offered by the school, rates ot tuition and
placement service will be mailed free upon request.
BECAUSE trees are plants which have a life cycle similar to all other
living things, mature trees grow little and may deteriorate. Young trees, like
children, grow faster. therefore produce more wood in less time. TIMBER IS
A CROP and must be harvested when ripe just the same as com or wheat.
Mature trees occupy forest space. consume sunlight and soil food needed by
the faster-growing young trees.
t The oft-stated policy of Weyerhaeuser Timber Company is:
"To operate the properties entrusted to its management in such
a way as to provide a permanent and profitable investment for cap-
ital: to bring about continuous. profitable and enioyable employment
for men: and to furnish uninterrupted supplies ot forest products to
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WITH A DIFFERENCE
Tacoma Avenue Near Division
Busch 19 'Trivc-inf' Kesfauranf
Students regard being caught refreshing themselves at Busch's a sign
of good taste and judgment. It has been found just the place to go after that
show or dance. With drive-in service. quality foods and refreshments at moder-
ate prices, Busch's offer all that can be desired in the way of dietetic enjoyment.
OFFICE and SCHOOL
SUPPLIES and EQUIPMENT V
U, Stationers f,,,
926 Pacific Avenue 927 Commerce
Qibsm is' Qlrfufcrs
DESIGNS and CORSAGES
In fresh flowers that last
From our own greenhouse
' Pacific at 50th
"Say it with flauferf'
Sprezfzgcr LQ jeans
'IS OUR SPECIALTY
and Iewelry Repairing
1147 Broadway BR. 4372
Swing to W'
"The Peak of Quality"
A Disiributed by
Tacoma, Olympia, Aberdeen,
Chehalis, Auburn, Puyallup, Iune
Fairbanks, Ketchikan, Alaska
Kuckley-Mug ?z114c'ral Service
TACOMA AVENUE' AT SOUTH FIRST
Compliments of the
MORE AND MORE COLLEGE STUDENTS ARE SAYING:
"We bank at the Puget Sound"
A COMPLETE PERSONALIZED BANKING SERVICE
'li' Savings Accounts
'A' Checking Accounts
'A' Personal Loans
'A' G I Loans
'k Modernization Loans
i' Home Loans
'A' Bank Money Orders
i' Bank by Mail Service
'k Trust Services
1119 Pacific Avenue-MAin 9181
Lincoln Branch: 3808 South Yakima-GArland 3363
lvugef 30 ml Nation! Hank
GOOD FURNITURE IS TO THE HOME, WHAT SUNSHINE IS TO THE FLOWER
1 lfarmza Mansield
43 St. Helens Ave.
Clothes That Are
Last Longer . .
Keep Clean Longer
We are proud
of our food
pug und l HAMBURGERS '
Hleaners and Dyczzs'
608 North lst
North lst at Tacoma Avenue
Open all night Saturdays
Headquarters for ll
Spvrfiug 60045 60.
and Tennis Goods
Complete Stock of Gun Parts
For All Standard Models
109 South 10th Street
Di!! jfzfufell FAQHBEY long!
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"FLOWERS THAT EXPRESS
WILSON ATHLETIC YOUR SENTHVIEN-vf
GOLF TENNIS M
929 Commerce Comer 6th and So. Anderson Street
,Q ey -1: YOUR COLLEGE'S RAY OIL BURNERS .
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INSTALLED AND MAINTAINED
U16 Hurley fnginecring Lfowzpauy
1109 A STREET E. F. WINSKILL, Pres.
For "tops" in eating pleasure Bob
Holland is seen buying a box of Brown
and Haley's quality chocolates. They
are also makers of the World iiamous
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Conrad Print Shop. the printers of the Puget Sound Trail. are always willing
and able to help you with last minute printing at lowest possible cost.
Kmrzzd Iyrinfizfzg Gompfzrzyg p
717 COMMERCE ' MAin 0432
Prescriptions Promptly and
fNo Delivery Charge!
Complete Line of Quality
24 No. Tacoma Ave. MI-lin 0271
is served in our Commons and the
students know what is best. They put
on it their stamp of approval and give it
' a blue ribbon.
Harry Brown-Father of three boy graduates and one girl graduate of the
College of Puget Sound-with one more at home whom he ex
graduate ot C.P.S.
Charles Brown-A 1917 student oi C.P.S.
Alvin Brown-A 1934 student ot C.P.S.
pects to be a
1932 Pacific Ave. l
are waiting for that time that they can supply you with their famous hlmond
Omega and chocolates.
Iohn Stapleton and Doris Mitchell are admiring the machine for drying
shirts at the Tacoma Laundry. These popular girls learned the complete story
of how this plant has built a reputation for the outstanding laundry work it does.
624 SOUTH WRIGHT
GAr1and 4433 1
It looks as though George Williams and his car full of collegians are out
for some lun. They have chosen the right place to go for good entertainment.
At the Rialto can always be found the latest and best first-rate pictures. This
home-owned and operated theatre has the approval of both the student and
Out on the snowy slopes where ac-
tion is spelled in capitals, you'll find
the testing grounds of ski togs and
equipment from Washington Sports T
They give . . . they let you bend . . .
. . . and they help keep you in trim . . .
the supreme test of ski-worthy clothes!
918-20 PACIFIC. TACOMA
P t it courtesy
IL 'll L dwick
Eqlfgmtulafiaus 611155 of '46
MAY SUCCESS BE WITH YOU THROUGH THE YEARS
9th at Broadway
Iane Hill and Geri Foxwell are learning that Tacoma Savings and Loan
has many unique devices tor the protection ot its thrifty patrons. who have
learned that savings IS one of the importantiitems in anyone's budget. Include
So. Sth at "A St.
it in your college budget and keep your accounts protected at Tacoma Savings
Zlnwlu Electra' Knmpany
767 SOUTH 38th STREET TACOMA GArland 5133
Lincoln Electric carries a complete
line ot Electrical Appliances. with guar-
anteed service on all makes. These pop-
ular CPS students are being shown the
advantages of a new electric burner.
Call Lincoln Electric tor any type of
Tacoma's Home of
The finest oi motion pictures
are shown at the Temple
between road show and
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YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD RED 6. WHITE STORE
COMPLETE FOOD CENTER"
CREDIT AND DELIVERY
3118 NORTH 21st STREET
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TAKE YOUR DATE TO
Quamy Sem T I Distinction
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2707 North Proctor
Visit "Shitty" in the College Bookstore for all classroom supplies. You'll
also find cards. candy, stationery and jewelry suitable tor all occasions.
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