University of Puget Sound - Tamanawas Yearbook (Tacoma, WA)
- Class of 1949
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He once said "an institution is the shadow of a man." The College of
Puget Sound is indeed the shadow of this man. He has skillfully guided the
college through the expansion years from a small war-time enrollment to
the present enrollment of 2079 students.
His administration has brought to the College of Puget Sound the best
in the cultural world, and has developed facilities which were undreamed
of in the past. He inspires both students and faculty to higher goals and
greater accomplishments, and he commands the respect of all who know him.
So, to the "first man" of the College of Puget Sound, the president of
the College, Dr. R. Franklin Thompson, we gratefully dedicate the l9-49
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R FRANKLIN THOMPSON, A.M., B.D., Ph.D., L.L.B.
President of the College
"First . . . the Best Education Possible"
As this Tamanawas is dedicated to a year of "Firsts" so the College
of Puget Sound has as its First Principle the best education possible for its
students. As your Alma Mater seeks ever to be first in your affection so the
faculty tries always to be first in your services. ln this friendly school you
create your life-long friends, your intellectual patterns, your study habits
and those qualities which hold first place in your life.
This Tamanawas will reveal many events which have happened on the
Campus for the first time: The Memorial Field House, Chinook, High
School Art Competition, Composer in Residence, National Fraternities and
Sororities, The Evergreen Conference, The Beaux Arts Ball and many others.
Each new experience is a vital point in your ultimate education.
The career of each senior as he goes forth, becomes the personal inter-
est of each of us who have known him. The registration of each under-
graduate is looked upon as an adventure in excellence.
In the genial cycle of youth who come to the College of Puget Sound
is found the potential leadership of this age. Your College of Dreams is
justifiably proud of the leadership she has given, and the manner in which
you will mould the destiny of your time.
R. FRANKLIN THOMPSON
RICHARD SMITH, A.B.
GERARD BANKS. A.M.
JOHN DICKINSON REGESTER, Ph.D., S.T.B.
Dean of the College
LYLE FORD DRUSHEL, A.M. RAYMOND LEO POWELL, Ph.D
Dean of Women Dean of Men
Assistant Dean of Women
0 The tall, good-looking Assistant to the
Registrar has another very important job-that
of counseling the seniors. This work falls
under her title as Assistant Dean of Women.
Girls from all classes seek her guidance, which
is very ably given.
Mrs. Carol Angst
0 Mrs. Carol Angst' headquarters is the
Bursar's Office. Serving as Assistant to the
Bursar, she is doubly busy with the iob of
Purchasing Agent for the College. All buying,
iverg student-buying, must pass through her
Mrs. Raymond Seward Mrs. St. Jean Miss Marlys Wallace Miss Christine Clemenson
Secretary to the President Secretary to the Dean Secretary to the Bursar Secretary to the Dean of Men
0 BURSAR'S OFFICE-Shirley Tuttle, Mrs. Alice Kellam, Mrs. Victoria Green, Mrs. Duane johnson, Mrs. Carol Angst, Mrs, Helen Ferguson
Elva Casebolt, Cathie Reed, Mrs. Reinhard.
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Bursar s Olhce - Registrar s Olhce
0 REGISTRAR'S OFFlCEf-Pat Keller, Mrs. Robert Lyon, Doris Smith, Kerttu Kahn, Dorothy Graves, Charlotte Stalwick.
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Miss Charlotte Riemer
Secretary to Doctor Todd
President Emeritus Edward H. Todd is one of the
great educators of his generation. For three decades he
controlled the destiny of the College of Puget Sound.
At the beginning of his presidency the College had few
assets and little property, When he became president
emeritus a few years ago, it was one ot the outstanding
schools of the nation.
His excellent leadership, his progressive educa-
tional vision and his dedication to the fundamental
purpose of making the College great, have made "Our
College of Dreams" a reality,
' ALUMNI OFFICE Row one Eugene Falk Patsy Williams Jackie Davila, Jean Morgan. Row two: Peggy
Ruthie Reed Pat Newell Dick Falk Harriet Warne Georgeanna Thompson, Nadine Cleary, Bonnie Heintz.
John Blake fills one of the most important
positions of the college-that of publicity man-
ager. Concentrating on the academic and social
aspects of campus lite, he has done a superb job
of publicizing the College of Puget Sound. His
radio programs, newspaper and magazine articles,
and excellent photography have graphically por-
trayed the story of the year. JVHN BLAKE
Buildings and Grounds
LLOYD SILVER ALONZO EMERSON
First Manager of Field House Superintendent of Buildings and Grounds
The Placement Bureau has become an in-
dispensable aid to the prospective teachers of
this college. The Bureau contacts high school
Superintendents who submit lists of vacancies.
The members of the Bureau are referred to
these lists when selecting a school for applica-
0 Dean Powell dictates to Placement Bureau secretary while his
neighbor Professor Gibbs stops for a cup of coffee.
CLYDE H. KEUTZER, A.M.
Professor of Voice
Instructor in Speech
The College of Puget Sound realized an-
other "first" in the selection of Manuel Rosen-
thal as composer-in-residence. The noted French
composer brought new recognition to the college
when the Philadelphia Symphony Orchestra gave
the world premier of his Christmas Symphonies.
Members of the band and the Adelphian
choir were enthusiastically received in spring
tours that took them throughout the state and
as far south as Los Angeles.
The art department achieved another
"first" with courses in sculpture. Taught by
Kenn Glenn, the classes included ceramics,
stone, wood and plaster sculpture.
The speech department retained each fresh-
man for two hours weekly. Speech majors and
minors worked hard in drama productions during
the year, and turned out some of the best plays
produced at CPS.
John Carter, A,.B. FYGHCSS F- CIN-Ibb, John Cowell Margaret Davis BMus
Instructor in Piano B-F-A Instructor in Piano Instructor in Voice
Instructor in Art
Margaret Myles John Alexander Leroy Ostransky Ivan Rasmussen, Bernice G Riehl B L
Instructor in Voice O'Connor, M.S. Instructor in Theory A.B., M.Mus. Instructor in Speech
Assistant Professor of Assistant Professor
Music Education Of Voice
' Christmas Vespers proved to be one of the most inspiring ' Looking backward from the year 2045 A.D., Professor John
productions of the year. Above is a scene from A Night In 0'Connor directs an original and imaginative chapel program
Bethlehem presented by the Drama Department. built around the theme of World Unison.
Kenn Glenn Dorothy Hora. A.B. Leonard George Martha Pearl Jones, A.M. Elizabeth Kennedy,
instructor in Art Instructor in Voice Jacobson, B.Mus. Professor of Speech, A.B.
Professor of Piano Head of Speech Department Instructor in Piano
Manuel Rosenthal D. Robert Smith,
Composer in Residence M.Mus.
Assistant Professor of
Teaching Fellow in Voice
Raymond Vaught Lynn L. Wentworth, A.M
A.M., M.Mus. Assistant Professor of
Assistant Professor of Art, Head of Art
JULIUS PETER JAEGER, Ph.D.
Professor of English
THE OUTSTANDING "FIRST" achieved by the
Division of Languages and Literature during the
year was the inauguration of "GPS Views the
News", a i5 minute news broadcast over station
KMO. Under the direction of instructor Murray
Morgan, the daily show is a student-written
resume of the latest news and news features.
During his four-year stay at the college,
every student is exposed to a certain amount of
work in this division. The entering freshman
finds at least six hours of composition confront-
ing him. He follows through with literature,
Spanish, French, German, classic languages, and
ln addition to their teaching duties, the Lan-
guage instructors found time to help students
from other countries, advised clubs for students
interested in foreign languages, and translated
l Professors of English bravely tackled the task
y of teaching students to better understand their
i own language. ln many cases they were even
able to teach their pupils to speak and write in-
l Otto Bachimont Doris B. Bennett, Edward H. Butler, A.M. Coolidge O. Chapman, Ella Mal Clark A M
3 Assistant Professor A.M. Assistant Professor Ph.D. Assistant Professor of
l in German lnstructor in English in English Professor of English Romance Languages
Faye Duke, M.Ed. Helen M. Fossum, James L. Garrard, A.B. Jacqueline Martin Christian Muller A M
lnstructor in English Ph.D. lnstructor in Spanish lnstructor in French Associate Professor
Professor of Romance of German
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' Above: Members of Murray Morgan's cre-
ative writing class are more than a little
amused by their own literary efforts.
' Above right: Panel discussions via radio
broadcast add a new and stimulating activity
to the Language and Literature Department.
' Right: Dr. Julius Jaeger amuses his litera-
ture students with a racy passage from his
book of Chaucer . . . pocket edition.
Murray Mgrgan Marian Myers, A.B. Helen Tate, A.B. Warren Tomlinson. Ph.D. Warren L. Perry, A.M.
instructor in Journalism lnstructor in English Teaching Fellow Professor of German Associate Professor,
in English and Associate Libfaflafl
Professor of History
STUDENT RESEARCH took on a serious aspect
this year when several chemistry majors made a
study of the idiosyncracies of the chemical citri-
nin. Hoping to find a way to make the penicilin
substitute useable for human beings, they spent
weeks studying test tube reactions.
Meanwhile other chemistry students struggled
through quantitative and qualitative analysis,
learned complicated formulae and created hor-
rible stenches in Howarth Hall.
Mathematics students concentrated on equally
complicated formulae, pored over problems, and
wasted great quantities of scratch paper. Physics
continued as an important subject while the
atomic bomb, supersonic travel, and peace-time
uses for atomic fission held the world spotlight.
Biologists and geologists spent the year slicing
animals and classifying rocks, making field trips,
and sweating over notebook illustrations. Home
Economics courses held the interest of a number
of coeds, and the Natural Science students found
amusement in the form of a class in glass blowing.
Gordon D Alcorn Ph D Willis Carruth M S Phillip R. Fehlandt, Edward Goman, M.S. John T Lantr BS
Professor of Associate Professor of Ph.D. Assistant Professor Instructor in
Biology Chemistry Professor of Chemistry of Mathematics Mathematics
Frederick A Martin E Nelson Weldon Rau. M.S. James R. Slater, Robert Sprenger
McMiIIin M S Ph D Instructor in Geology A.M., M.Pd. Ph D
Professor in Geology Associate Professor of Professor of Biology Associate Professor of
' Above: Concentration plus seems to be the
order of the day in the Biology class in operation.
' Above right: Fortified with bottles, test
tubes, and miscellaneous paraphernalia, science
students endeavor to solve a problem in the
Organic Chemistry laboratory.
' Right: Neophite engineers set up tripods
and instruments in the field for a try at the
intricacies of surveying.
Carolyn Sullivan Helen Van Gilder, Juanita Walter
Assistant Professor of B.S. Instructor an Home
mics Instructor in Biology
RAYMOND LEO POWELL, Ph.D
Professor of Education
Assist. Prof., Director
of Occupational Therapy
Edward Delmar Gibbs,
Associate Professor of
THE CADET TEACHERS grew to a group of 34
hard-working practice teachers in the Tacoma
Public Schools. They all put their courses in the
Division of Philosophy and Education to practical
use, while instructors from the division sat in
on classes and offered suggestions for improve-
ment in their technique.
Churches throughout the city benefitted from
the field work of students in the division. At
least two of them served as pastors of their own
churches, and a number of others taught Sun-
day School classes and served as assistant pastors.
Occupational Therapy majors studied one of
the most varied courses in the college. Students
in O.T. covered such subjects as psychology,
woodworking, metalcraft and physiology.
Harry Bird, A.B. Alice Bond, A.M. Theresa Burmeister Arthur L. Frederick
Instructor in Physical Assist. Prof. Instructor in A.M.
Education Head of Women's Occupational Therapy Professor of Religious
Physical Education Education
Rodney Giske John Heinrick, A.B. John Magee, Ray Mahnkey
Assistant Coach, Asst. Prof., Director A.M., S.T.B. Instructor of Physical
Instructor of Physical of Physical Education Associate Professor of Education
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' Above Philosophical and religious discussion
gives way to Interested listening as Dr Phillips
introduces a guest speaker in a religion class
Above right Deep Creek and snowy moun
tain slopes become the setting for ski classes in
Physical Education as this group prepares to
master the art
' Right: Anticipation brings enpoyment to
Occupational Therapy students as Miss Bur-
meister demonstrates the creative art of
Christine Mutty Richard F. Peterson, John Phillips,
Instructor in A.M. Ph.D., S.T.B,
Occupational Therapy Assistant Professor of Instructor in Religion,
CHARLES T. BATTIN, Ph.D.
Professor of Economics
Professor of Sociology
Instructor in Business
Ellery J. Capen, M.B.A.
Associate Professor of
Associate Professor of
Margaret Holmes, A.B.
Instructor in Typing
DURING l949, SOME STUDENTS in the Social
Studies Division concentrated on society's prob-
lems--what caused them and how to remedy
them. Others learned the intricate workings of
the world's financial doings.
Sociology students were taught the kinds of
problems facing the people of the world today,
and then prepared themselves to help solve those
problems. In the experimental courses the stu-
dents did field work in child care, instructed
IVlcNeil Island prisoners, interviewed patients
at the Western State I-lospital, and conducted
The history students studied the events lead-
ing to the present world situation. They covered
everything from ancient history to the morning
news broadcast. They learned the significance
of the history, and the effects it will have on
The third department, business administra-
tion, put forth information on the manner in
which to manage business, sales management,
bookkeeping, business law and economic theory.
Calvin B. Coulter,
Instructor in Business
Instructor in Business
Paul R. Fossum, Ph D
Lecturer in Economics
Instructor in Business
Hal D Murtland.
Instructor in Business
O Above: Dr. Warren Tomlinson's rare moment
of calm, rather than his choice morsel of
German grammar, has aroused expressions
ranging from consternation to those of awe.
' Upper right: Lyle Jamieson believes in the
old fashioned method . . . to collect the day's
assignment at the beginning of the class periocl.
' Lower right: Dr. Calvin B. Coulter, in his
inimitable style of dry and very wry humor,
provokes a few polite snickers with well-chosen
comments on, and observations of American
History's lonely ones.
A. Walter Olson
Teaching Fellow in
History, Political Science
l-Move it a little to the right . . . 2-Leroy
Oistransky and finalists for Prince and Princess
of Song . . . 3-Radio broadcasting class in
action . . . 4-Waiting for their cues . . .
5-Swimming class aquabatics . . . 6-That's
some formula! . . . 7-Home economy in
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l-One, two, three glide . . . 2-Do-se-do
. . . 3-And then Brown says . . . 4-Lost,
sculpture stand and lamp shade . . . 5-Let's
have another joke . . . 6-Good Morning,
Dr. Todd . . . 7-Happy New Year, faculty.
Senior Class President
Bill Allen Jane Hagen Harry Mansfield Gretchen Swayze Lloyd Silver
Vice-President Secretary-Treasurer Representatives to Central Board Sergeant-at-Arms
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AT LAST? AT LAST!
In ecstasy one hundred seventy-nine seniors cast aside
pencils and books to don gowns and mortar boards and receive
their respective degrees. Almost, but not quite through, are
the seventy-six seniors who will receive their hard-earned
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diplomas in August after summer school.
The goal of four years' effort has been attained by the V vf
happy balance of work and play. Traditions played a most
important part in the transition from grass-green freshmen
to mellowed seniors. There are memories which will long
linger in the minds and hearts of these Loggers. They will
remember freshman tugs of war and green beanies, sophomore
tests, and junior proms. They will not soon forget stern-
faced professors and smiling classmates. They will laugh and
sometimes cry as memories transplant them once more in the
site of the Alma Mater.
Class officers Jack Knapp, Bill Allen, Jane Hagen and
Lloyd Silver, with Gretchen Swayze and Harry Mansfield representatives to central board,
all contributed to make their final year a truly memorable one for the seniors.
There were leaders in the class of l949, leaders whose deeds will leave deep impres-
sions on the College of Puget Sound. Sports, music, drama, debate and social functions
all grew and were managed under many a senior hand, Members of the class were promi-
nent in every field of endeavor. Twelve seniors who proved their outstanding abilities and
were chosen to be in Who's Who of College Students were Clayton Anderson, Leo Butigan,
Aleatha Deatrick, Anita Garland, Beverly Johnson, Edward La Chapelle, Dorothy Lonergan,
Harry Mansfield, Lois Phillips, Miles Putnam, Lloyd Silver and Gretchen Swayze.
Seniors gave recitals, headed committees, held offices, gave dances, and earned de-
grees. The names of Fincham, Lightning, Chase, Phillips and many others will echo in the
halls of the college, for they made the year and the class of '49 what it was-one of the
Yes, they will remember, and they will sing again the songs so time-worn and dear. .
We love thee, Alma Mater
All Hail, All Hail to thee.
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robes, enters Jones Hall.
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ADKINS, PETER REX, Tacoma: History, I947 Pacific
Northwest College Conference representative.
ALLEN, WILLIAM CARPENTER, Tacoma: Business Ad-
ministration, Sigma Mu Chi, Vice-president Senior
Class, Debate, Central Board, Business Manager
ALLPHIN, JAMES GUY, Tacoma: Business Administra-
ALVARADO, MICHAEL EDWARD, Tacoma: Spanish.
ANDERSON, CLAYTON, Tacoma: Business Administra-
tion, Kappa Sigma, ASCPS President, Inter-Fraternity
Council, Knights, Sophomore Class President, Who's
Who, Homecoming Chairman '47,
ARMSTRONG, WILLIAM T., Tacoma: Business Adminis-
ASKARI, RAFID T., Baghdad, Iraq: Political Science.
History, International Relations Club, Foreign Stu-
dent's Soccer Team.
BABER, STANLEY, Milwaukee, Wisconsin: Physics,
BAKER, BEVERLY VAN HORN, Tacoma: Sociology.
BARKOST, BETTY ANN, Tacoma: Sociology, Lambda
Sigma Chi, Freshman Plays, Homecoming Princess,
Inter-Sorority Council, Junior Prom Committee.
BARTON, VERNACE, Tacoma: Art.
BELSVIK, JOEL ARNOLD, Tacoma: Business Adminis-
tration, Vice-President Sigma Mu Chi, Junior Prom
BISCHOFF, H. P. ROSS, Tacoma: Economics, Sigma Nu,
Tamanawas Business Manager, Pi Kappa Delta,
Howarth Scholarship, Alpha Psi Omega, Debate,
Alpha Psi Chi. .
BLASER, PHYLLIS, Puyallup: PsychoIo8Yl Alpha Beta
Upsilon, WAA, Alpha Psi Chi.
BLICH, RICHARD C., Tacoma: Geology, Geological
BOWMAN, HOWARD R., Naches: Biology, Phi Sigma,
Biology Club, Delta Kappa Phi.
BRADY, ROBERT OLIVER: History.
BRISON, DONALD, Fircrest: Business Administration,
attended Whitman College.
BRlTTAlN, PATSY JEAN, San Antonio, Texas: Occu-
BROWN, ROBERT M., Tacoma: Business Administration,
Intramural manager, Intramural Doubles Table Tennis
BRUSH, ROBERT PHILLIP, Soci0lOgY. Sigma Zeta Epsilon.
BRYANT, EARL F., Tacoma: Physics: Mathematics.
BUTICAN, KENNETH LEO, Tacoma: Business Adminis-
tration, Sigma Nu president.
CARLSON, DOREEN B., Tacoma: English Composition.
CARR, JANE, Tacoma: Home Economics, Delta Alpha
Gamma, historian, Home Economics Club, treasurer,
Alpha Rho Tau.
CHASE, KEITH EUGENE, Chehalis: Business Administra-
tion, Chapel Committee Chairman, Delta Kappa Phi,
Knights, Adelphian Choir, Howarth Scholarship, Ski
Club president, National Methodist Scholarship, Psy-
CLAYTON, AUBREY: Mathematics.
CORLEY, GlLBERT H., Miles City, Montana: Sociology,
CROWELL, BERNHARD L., Tacoma: Economics, Sopho-
more Representative, Junior Class president, Kappa
Sigma, pledge father.
DAVIS, ALBERT L., Tacoma: Psychology, Sociology,
Alpha Psi Chi, president.
DIEATRICK, ALEATHA MAE, Sumner: Sociology,
Speech, Spurs, secretary, Sigma Alpha Iota, secretary,
Otlah, Campus Playcrafters, WAA, Inter-Sorority
Council president, Howarth Scholarship, Alpha Beta
Upsilon president, Who's Who.
DOAN, EMMA LOUISE, Tacoma: Business Administra-
tion, Howarth Scholarship, Delta Alpha C-amma, treas-
urer, president, WAA, Otlah, president, Vice-president
Spurs, Trail Business Manager, Mu Sigma Delta.
DOAN, RAYMOND E., Tacoma: Cieology, AIME, Amer-
ican Chemical Society, Mathematics Club.
DU BOIS, MAX R., Tacoma: English Literature, Letter-
ECKERT, RICHARD F,, Tacoma: BioloEYC Delta Kappa
Phi, Logbook Editor.
ENGLUND, WESLEY HARVEY, Tacoma: Economics.
ERCK, JOHN FREDERICK, Puyallup: Economics: Stray
Greek: Trail Staff: transferred from Santa Clara.
ERNST, GRETCHEN, Tacoma: English Literature: Delta
Alpha Gamma: Student Christian Council: Kappa Phi:
Otlah: Spurs: WAA: Women's Federation.
EVANS, JAMES F., Shelton: History: Orchestra.
FALK, EUGENE GRANT, Tacoma: Education.
FALK, RICHARD C., Tacoma: Sociology: Political Sci-
ence: Education: Chapel Committee: CPS Visual Aids
FARRELL, BEVERLY MARGARET, Tacoma: Biology:
Campus Playcrafters: Choral Readers: Tamanawas
Staff: Senior Ball Co-Chairman: Pi Beta Phi President:
WAA: Inter-Sorority Council.
FUNKE, CATHERINE RAE, Tacoma: Home Economics:
Delta Alpha Gamma: Alpha Rho Tau: Home Economics
GARLAND, ANITA STEBBINS, Tacoma: Music lVoicel :
Adelphians: Campus Trio: Alpha Beta Upsilon: Sigma
Alpha Iota, president: Otlah: Who's Who.
GARRISON, ROBERT C., Tacoma: Business Administra-
tion: Delta Pi Omicron.
GARRISON, WILLIAM HENRY, JR., Paterson, New
Jersey: Sigma Nu, pledge father, treasurer, lieutenant
GEE, HOLLISTER ROLAND, Tacoma: Physical Education.
GINGRICH, PAUL I., JR., Tacoma: Biology: Knights:
Sigma Mu Chi: Phi Sigma.
GUSTAFSON, FRANKLIN A., Tacoma: Biology: Future
GUSTAFSON, ROBERT W., Tacoma: Business Adminis-
tration: Delta Pi Omicron.
HAGEN, JANE LOUISE, Tacoma: Sociology: Pi Beta Phi:
Inter-Sorority president: Senior Class secretary: WAA:
Howarth Scholarship: Co-chairman Campus Day: Delta
Delta Delta: Social Service Award.
HALLIGAN, OTHO MONROE, Tacoma: Economics: De-
bate: Pi Kappa Delta vice-president.
HANSEN, ARTHUR ROBERT, Tacoma: Speech.
HANSEN, FREDERIK CHRISTIAN, JR., Tacoma: Chem-
istry: Kappa Sigma: Phi Sigma: Howarth Scholarship.
HEATH, GEORGE WELLS, Tacoma: Business Adminis-
HEINTZ, BONNIE LEE, Oakdale, Nebraska: English
Literature: Midland College transfer: Associate Editor
HENRY, DONALD VERN, Tacoma: Education.
HILTON, DAPHNE VIRGINIA, Tacoma: Business Ad-
HOLMBERG, JACQUELINE, Tacoma: Business Adminis-
tration: Lambda Sigma Chi: Campus Day Committee:
HOLT, FRANCES ELNORE, Tacoma: Applied Music
HOOVER, GALEN HAYES, Puyallup: Chemistry, Biology.
HUNT, HEMAN DOWD, Seattle: Chemistry: Mathe-
HUNTER, ROBERT WAVERLY, Tacoma: Mathematics.
HUSTON, ROBERT WILLIAM, Tacoma: Philosophy:
Knights: SCA: Choral Readers: Chapel Committee:
Campus Playcrafters: Mu Sigma Delta: Who's Who:
chairman, Senior Class Memorial Committee.
HUTTON, HOLMES GEORGE, Tacoma: Business Ad-
HYATT, JUNE PEARL, Tacoma: Home Economics: Delta
Alpha Gamma vice-president: Home Economics Club
president: Trail Staff: WAA: Otlah: Home Economics
Delegate to WSC: Junior Prom Committee.
JABUSCH, TOM K., Tacoma: History: Delta Pi Omicron.
JOHNSON, BEVERLY JEAN, Everett: Public School Mu-
sic: ASCPS vice-president: Delta Alpha Gamma: Inter-
Sorority president: Spurs president: Otlah: Sigma Alpha
Iota: Tacoma Symphony: WAA: Who's Who: May
Queen: Chapel Committee.
JOHNSON, ousT HOLGER, Tacoma: Biology.
JOHNSTON, EARLE A., Olympia: Geology: AIME: Geo-
JOHNSTON, RALPH, Lawrence, Massachusetts: History,
Education: Tau Kappa Beta: IRC: Adult Educational
Program Instructor: Radio Forum: Associate Member,
Washington Teachers' Association.
JUSTICE, SIDNEY ROBERT, Tacoma: Business Adminis-
tration, Delta Pi Omicron.
KEILMAN, WILLIAM C., Longview: Business Adminis-
tration, Inter-Dorm Council, Lower Columbia Junior
KENNELL, KENNETH S., Tacoma: Business Administra-
tion, Kappa Sigma secretary, treasurer.
KINROD, ANNA MAYHEW, Tacoma: Art, Otlah, Sigma
Alpha Iota chaplain, Orchestra, Band,
KNAPP, JACK W., Tacoma: Business Administration,
Sigma Mu Chi president, Senior Class president, How-
arth Scholarship, Ski Team, Knights, Senior Ball chair-
LA CHAPELLE, EDWARD RANDLE, Tacoma: Physics,
Chinook president, Howarth Scholarship.
LANGLOW, KENNETH THOMAS, Tacoma: Business
Administration, Kappa Sigma, Axemen.
LA PORE, RICHARD F., Tacoma: Chemistry, American
Chemistry Society, Sigma Nu, Inter-fraternity presi-
dent, Alpha Chi Nu president.
LARSON, JUNE M., Eureka, California: Sociology, Alpha
Beta Upsilon, Central Board, WAA, Spurs, Anderson
Hall president, Inter-Dorm Council, Sophomore Class
LARSON, MARLAND L., Tacoma: Business Administra-
tion, Knights, Kappa Sigma.
LEGEE, JACK DOUGLAS, Tacoma: Chemistry.
LEVIN, RICHARD J., Shelton: Business Administration.
Ll-SHEN, LIU, Shanghai, China: Biology, International
Relations Club vice-president.
LISTER, MAXINE, Tacoma: Art, Pi Beta Phi, Spurs,
Tamanawas, Otlah, Alpha Rho Tau president, WAA,
Howarth Scholarship, Kappa Sigma Theta vice-
LOCKSTONE, FRANCES DOREEN, Tacoma: English Lit-
erature, Education, WAA, Kappa Phi treasurer, Alpha
Psi Chi secretary, Otlah, SCA.
LOEWENSTEIN, WALTER BERNARD, Tacoma: Physics,
Mathematics, Knights, Phi Kappa Delta, Central
Board Senior Class Representative.
LONERC-AN, DOROTHY L., Spanaway: Music, Lambda
Sigma Chi president, Sigma Alpha Iota, Otlah, Spurs,
WAA, SCA, Who's Who.
LUDWIG, JANICE MARIE, Tacoma: Music, Pi Beta
Phi, Sigma Alpha Iota, May Day Duchess, Tolo Queen,
Chinook, Junior Prom co-chairman, '49.
LYON, ROBERT JAY, Tacoma: Philosophy, Campus Play-
crafters, Choral Readers, Mu Sigma Delta, SCA, Dra-
LYSTER, HAROLD DEAN, Tacoma: Business Adminis-
MELLISH, R. WILEY, Tacoma: Biology, Knight, Sigma
Mu Chi president, Inter-fraternity council, Biology
MERRILL, DOROTHY ANN, Coos Bay, Oregon: Occupa-
tional Therapy, Art, Alpha Rho Tau, OT Club.
MIRALDI, ROBERT J., Tacoma: Business Administration.
MOBERG, PEARL E., Tacoma: Chemistry, Spurs, WAA,
Otlah treasurer, American Chemical Society secretary-
MOCK, JESSIE LEE, Satsop: Home Economics, Delta
Alpha Gamma, Kappa Phi, Home Economics Club,
MORSE, MOLLIE MAE, Tacoma: Economics, Business
Administration, Lambda Sigma Chi, Chinook, Mills
MORTENSEN, ROLAND GRANT, Tacoma: English.
MURPHY, HAROLD DUANE, Tacoma: Business Ad-
NELSON, LAUREL V., Shelton: Biology, Track, Letter-
men's Club, Psychology Club, OT Club.
NELSON, WESLEY DALE, Tacoma: Speech, dramatics,
Campus Playcrafters, Choral Readers.
NIESEN, SHIRLEY ANNE, Tacoma: Composition, Delta
Alpha Gamma, Trail Staff, Inter-Sorority Council.
O'CONNOR, DENNIS, Tacoma: Business Administration,
OQUIST, ROBERT WENDEL, Tacoma: Business Adminis-
tration, Sigma Mu Chi, Lettermen's Club, Knights,
Adelphians, IRC, Debate, Trail Staff, Junior Prom Co-
Chairman, Student Affairs Committee.
OVERHOLT, CLIFFORD, Port Angeles: Business Adminis-
PACKARD, RALPH E., Tacoma: GeoloSYC Alpha Rho
Tau, Geology Society, Delta Pi Omicron.
PERDUE, DONALD EUGENE, Seattle: Business Adminis-
tration, Sigma Mu Chi, Inter-Fraternity Council, Sen-
ior Ball Committee, Lettermen's Club, Ski Club, Var-
PERKINS, J. RICHARD, Tacoma: Biology, Freshman
Class president, Sigma Nu vice-president, Intramural
PHILLIPS, LOIS ANNE, Kirkland: English, Alpha Beta
Upsilon, Trail, Tamanawas Editor, Chapel Committee,
Central Board, Alpha Rho Tau, Otlah, National Meth-
odist Scholarship, Who's Who.
POTTER, RUTH ANN, Tacoma: Home Economics, Lamb-
da Sigma Chi, WAA president, Spurs, Women's Fed-
eration, Home Economics Club, Trail Ad Staff.
PRATT, PATRICK D., Tacoma: Physics, Mathematics,
Delta Kappa Phi, Tacoma Rocket Society, American
Chemical Society, Mathematics Club.
PRECHECK, BARBARA LOIS, Tacoma: Psychology,
WAA, Kappa Phi, Loggerettes, Psychology Club.
PUTNAM, MILES ARTHUR, Tacoma: English Literature,
PYFER, FREDERICK L., Sumner: Geology, American ln-
stitute of Mining Engineers, Lettermen's Club.
REES, DAVE W., Tacoma: Economics, Sigma Mu Chi
vice-president, Swimming team, Student Christian
Council, Workshop Band, CPS Symphony.
ROBERTS, JAMES T., Tacoma: Business Administration.
ROBINSON, RICHARD ELLSWORTH, Tacoma: History,
Leonard Howarth Scholarship, Stanford University
ROBINSON, RICHARD W., Sumner: Business Adminis-
tration, Lettermen's Club, Axemen president, Kappa
ROBINSON, WILLIAM JAMES, Tacoma: Business Ad-
ministration, Carnegie lnstitute of Technology trans-
ROHRS, CHARLES F., Tacoma: Business Administration.
ROUNDTREE, ELENOR BERNICE, Chehalis: Physical Ed-
ucation, Lambda Sigma Chi, Sigma Alpha Iota, WAA,
Tamanawas Staff, Senior Breakfast co-chairman, Kap-
pa Phi, IRC.
ROWE, BARBARA JEAN, Tacoma: Speech.
SCHWEINLER, DOROTHY, Tacoma: Speech, Delta AI-
SEMON, DONALD RICHARD, Tacoma: History.
SEELYE, WESLEY, Tacoma: Business Administration.
SEITSINC-ER, DANNIE TURNER, Tacoma: Geology.
SHAFF, DONALD C., Renton: History.
SHANNON, LARRY C., Tacoma: Political Science.
SILVER, LLOYD MORITZ, Tacoma: Business Adminis-
tration, Economics: Kappa Sigma president: Senior
Class sergeant-at-arms: Homecoming Parade chairman:
Campus Playcrafters: Fieldhouse manager: Campus
Day co-chairman: Who's Who.
SIMMONS, DIXIE LEE, Shelton: Occupational Therapy,
Biology: Lambda Sigma Chi: WAA: Spurs: Student
Christian Association: OT president: Women of Ro-
tary Award: Kittredge Hall president.
SMITH, PATRICIA BLUMENSTEIN, Tacoma: Biology:
SMITH, SIDNEY E., Tacoma: History: Sigma Zeta Epsi-
lon: Sophomore Representative: Interim Executive
Committee P.N.C.C.: Mesa Redonda.
SMITH, THOMAS PATRICK, Tacoma: Biology.
SNODGRASS, HAROLD ROBERT, Tacoma: Literature.
SPADONI, ROLAND ADOLPH, Tacoma: Business Ad-
SPARKS, WILLIAM FRANKLIN, Sumner: History: Kappa
Sigma: Future Teachers' Club president: Intramural
STABBERT, JAMES ERNEST, Tacoma: Business Adminis-
STELL, HARLEY F., Tacoma: Music lVoiceI.
STEVENS, MERLE A., Tacoma: Business Administration:
Lambda Sigma Chi: CPS Band: Future Teachers' Club:
University of Washington transfer.
ST. JEAN, JR., JOSEPH, Tacoma: Geology: AIME vice-
STONEBERC, VERNIE ERIC, Tacoma: History.
SULLIVAN, WILLIAM WILSON, Tacoma: History: Trail
Class Ol l9ll9
SWAYZE, GRETCHEN ANN, Tacoma: Speech and Dra-
matics, Pi Beta Phi, Choral Readers, Howarth Scholar-
ship, Adelphians, Central Board Senior Representative,
Chapel Committee, Alpha Rho Tau, Kappa Phi, Who's
TANGORA, SAM VICTOR, Tacoma: Business Adminis-
TONGE, BRUCE M., Tacoma: Economics.
TONGE, HARRY WARREN, Tacoma: Business Adminis-
UPTON, ROLLAND HESSLETT, Tacoma: History.
WARNE, HARRIETT ELIZABETH, Orting: Sociology,
Alpha Beta Upsilon, Kappa Phi, WAA, Anderson Hall
president, Trail Staff, Loggerettes, IRC, Home Eco-
WEHMHOFF, GEORGE P., Tacoma: Business Adminis-
tration, Economics, Sigma Mu Chi president, Student
Affairs Committee, Inter-Fraternity Council President.
WESTBY, ROGER OWEN, Tacoma: Biology.
WILLIAMS, JEANNE HELEN, Tacoma: Sociology, Pi
Beta Phi treasurer, Otlah president, Biology Club,
WILLOUGHBY, KENNETH E., Tacoma: Business Ad-
ministration, Delta Pi Omicron president, Knights,
Inter-Fraternity Council president, Student Affairs
WISEMAN, BLAINE LYNN, Meridian, Idaho: Geology,
Delta Kappa Phi, Todd Hall secretary, AIME treasurer,
WOLF, FREDERICK H,, Tacoma: French, Mesa Redonda
president, Howarth Scholarship, French Instructor,
French Club Advisor.
WRIGHT, MARTHA, Puyallup: Art, Literature, Pi Beta
Phi president, Alpha Rho Tau secretary, Howarth
Scholarship, Tamanawas Staff, Inter-Sorority Repre-
YAMAGUCHI, ALICE HAMAYE, San Francisco, Cali-
fornia, Psychology, WAA, Kappa Phi, Psychology
Club, Home Economics Club, Guilford College transfer.
First Semester Seniors
Seniors Not Pictured
ABEEL, JOHN HOWARD, Business Administration major.
ADAMS, PRISCILLA JOY, Home Economics major.
ALEXANDER, ROBERT HENRY, Biology major.
ANDERSON, SEMON ALBERT, History major.
ANSELONE, PHILIP MARSHALL, Mathematics major.
BEAN, MORRIS JAMES, Business Administration major.
BENEDETTI, ALDO JOSEPH, Mathematics major.
BILLDT, BERTIL LEROY, Biology major.
BOWMAN, DOUGLAS CLYDE JR., Biology major.
BROOKS, ALTON V., JR., Chemistry major, Tacoma,
American Chemical Society.
COZZA, LEO JOSEPH, Education major.
DEAN, GLORIAN GWENETH, English Literature major.
EDELE, BETTY JO, Business Administration major.
FINCHAM, ROBERT J., Business Administration major.
GUNDERSEN, OIVIND, Chemistry major, Fredrikstad,
Norway, International Relations Club.
GUSTAFSON, RUTH IRENE, Public School Music major.
HEATON, CARL, Business Administration major.
HEASTON, WILLIAM DWIGHT, Physical Education
HERMSEN, RICHARD J., Physical Education major, Ta-
HOEGH, JOHN NELSON, Psychology major.
HOGGATT, VERNER EMIL, R., Mathematics and Physics
major, Tacoma, French Club, Mathematics Club.
HORJES, CHARLES LEO, History major.
HUME, PEGGY ANNE, Spanish major.
JAECH, WARREN KARL, Chemistry major.
JOHNS, WILTON EARL, History major.
JOHNSON JAMES ELMER Political Science ma'or Ta
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coma, IRC president, P.N.C.C.g Sigma Nu, Kleiner
Scholarshipg Who's Who.
KIRWAN, GERALD BOURKE, JR., Economics major.
LANGLOW, ROBERT LEONARD, Business Administra-
LEE, TRYGVE, History major.
LILE, KEITH B., Economics major, Puyallup, Delta Kappa
Phig Junior Prom Publicity chairmang Senior Class
LOETE, CHARLES ROBERT, Education, Physical Educa-
MCCONNELL, FRANCIS M., Business Administration
MANKE, MIRIAM E., Art major, Honolulu, Hawaii, Al-
pha Rho Tau, Beaux Arts Ball chairmang Alpha Beta
MANSFIELD, HARRY A., Business Administration major.
MORTELLARO, ALEXANDER JAMES, Political Science
MOULD, RICHARD EDWARD, Geology major.
NORMAN, WILLARD DONOVAN, Literature major.
O'CONNOR, CHARLOTTE ANNE, Sociology major.
OLSON, MORTON ESBJOEN, Biology major, Tacoma,
Alpha Rho Tau.
OSBORN, RICHARD SAMPSON, History major.
PAULSON, DUANE RICHARD, Biology major.
PORRO, THOMAS JOSEPH, JR., History major.
PRICE, EDWIN FRANK, History major.
RALL, LOUIS BAKER, Mathematics major, Tacoma,
secretary of Mathematics Club.
RAQUER, JOSEPH PETER, Business Administration major.
RHULE, ROBERT REID, English Literature major.
RICE, JAMES MERRILLS, Business Administration major.
ROBERTS, WILLIAM FRANCIS, Business Administration
ROBINS, DONALD EUGENE, Music major.
ROLFE, KEVIN WILLIAM, History major.
SERLIN, RALPH, Business Administration major.
SCANLAN, JAMES MAURICE, Business Administration
SCHWYHART, EARL ELBERT, History major.
SEITSINGER, DANNIE TURNER, Geology major.
SEYMOUR, DANIEL EUGENE, Business Administration
STYNER, STANLEY JOSEPH, History major.
STOLTZ, ARTHUR HENRY, Physics major.
STONE, LEO L., Geology major, Puyallup, Puget Sound
TENGESDAL, JAMES L., Geology major, Tacoma, Geol-
ogy major, Tacoma, Geology Club.
THOMPSON, ORIN LEROY, Business Administration
THOMPSON, LUELLA ZONA, Spanish major.
THOMAS, BARBARA LINDAHL, English major.
TRIPODI, ROBERT CARL, Business Administration ma-
VOKICH, IRENE MARY, Art major.
WAGENBLAST, HARRIET FISKE, Chemistry major,
Tacoma, Tamanawas Statfg Orchestra, Debate, Ameri-
can Chemical Society, Otlah.
WARNER, HERBERT ORVILLE, English uiofofofo.
WARREN, KATHRYN PEELE, Sociology major.
YEEND, PAUL SWIMAN, History major.
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Dick Frederick Lita Johnson John Sampson Bob Rinker Carl Niemi
Vice-President Secretary-Treasurer Representatives to Central Board Sergeant-at-arm
WITH THIS YEAR OF C.P.S, FIRSTS, the junior class, largest Q
in the college with 486 members, has completed three success- -
ful years of eight o'clock classes and exams, and now awaits ' f . I
the coming year of their supremacy. ,N , E E
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most successful year and Dick Frederick, vice-presidentg Lita -, -' - hx
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The capture of the coveted hatchet from the class of '49 , T .-- 5 -"Ti
was the "spot-light" event for the juniors. The numeral- QW ii' l .'::',.g." "
bedecked, tradition-bound hatchet was stolen on May l8, ! ..
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The junior class received most of the homecoming festi- -
val honors. Bob Mills and Hal Wolf Planned this Year's " 'f"'i't-2' 'J-'l"Q1L"'
event which was "bigger and better" than ever. Cynthia
Harris, lovely brunette junior, was elected homecoming queen,
and she set aside her yell queen's crown to greet the returning
Joe Sim, high-flying junior, took the masculine lead in the Homecoming play, "The
lvlany juniors were prominent in the field of sports including Bob Angeline, Bob
Robbins, Jean Tippie, Ray Loper, Warren Woods, and Les Cilsdorf.
Nadine Kensler watched the presses roll as editor of the Trail, Cecil Reimer com-
pleted his second year as sports editor of the Trail, and undertook the same position for
One of the more outstanding members of the class was Yvonne Battin, who took
oratorical honors of all sorts at every turn.
When lVlay Day came, the juniors were represented by Lita Johnson as festival chair-
man. Naomi Hespen planned the Senior baccalaureate breakfast, and Hal Wolf and Rose
Carbone undertook chairmanship for the final social farewell to the class of '49, the Senior
Many juniors were members of the Adelphians, and held prominent positions in most
school activities and organizations. They proved their prowess not only in sports and jour-
nalism, but in music, art, debate, drama and ASCPS leadership.
0 Enjoying the Junior Prom, given
for the class by the seniors.
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Sophomore Class President
.lack Bennett James Fowler Mary Lou Johnson
Vice-President Representatives to Central Board
CAME THE RINC-INC of ye olde school bell heralding the is O
1948 fall semester of college, and with it C.P.S.'s 461 "wise 7' 'J
fools," prepared to do or die for the class of '51. Most of R-
them "did" and did well. j 4
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apt expressions of this year's sophomores. The Adelphians get
claimed more members from this class than from any other. M Q wqflirfi ,
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cluding 'iLife Begins at Sixty." Lavonne Schuler took first -1 'ga' ' ' If Wfs
place in the Student Musicians' Contest, sponsored by the
National Association of Music Clubs, and later went to the ED.
regional contest where she again won a "first" President of
Spurs and pianist Betty Anne l-luhn gave the winter band
concert a touch of genius with her superb playing of the first
movement of Creig's Concerto in A Minor. Barry Garland proved his loquacious abilities in
As in the past, the class of '51 was outstanding in sports. Dick Brown, Bud Blevins,
Leonard Kalapus, Mel Light, and Carol Sue Petrich were only a few who contributed to
hold up the fine record of the class.
When the first semester yell leaders left their posts, Bruce Andreason donned knick-
ers and shaker stick, and assisted as yell leader.
ln the traditional Freshman-Sophomore pushball game, Cam l-laslam and Ciarry
Hersey shoved the huge ball over the line, making the winning touchdown that brought
victory to the sophomores.
lndeed, despite Sophomore Tests and freshmen, the class of '51 did well, and their
accomplishments will long be remembered in the annals of C.P.S. history.
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Vice-President Secretary-Treasurer Representative
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FIRST IN BRAIN, first in brawn, at least in the hearts 0
of its classmates, came the class of '52 into new and Q, 'T
unexpected experiences on September I3. After days N Q
of tests, directions, and registration, a tired freshman t-, L
class elected officers, and did a most capable job in j - .l Q
selecting Dick Crabs, president, Jane Johnson, vice- N
president, Lorraine Bottiger, secretary-treasurer, Mor- -
rey Halleck, sergeant-at-arms, and Pat Kezich and Tom ,L f fi'
Rutledge, class representatives. ffso Hs
Freshman Stunt Night was said to be the best ever i -N,
presented, and the time-worn story of "Pokey Hunt-us"
won first prize, while the audience rocked in its seats. ff
Green beanies, too, kept "upper classmen" amused, but
the frosh suffered through, only to lose the traditional
push-ball game with the sophomores at Homecoming.
Many of the class displayed considerable talent in the
Freshman Class Plays. Corinne Sule made a lovely corpse,
and Tom Cherrington portrayed a most typical father faced with today's "teen-age problem."
Not to be outdone, the freshman C-irl's Chorus Line proved its ability during the sports dance
here after the P.L.C. game. Freshmen entered many and varied activities, among them music, debate,
Campus Playcrafters, and athletics. Queens from the class reigned over several activities. Freshmen
served on many committees and boards, and in journalism they have taken the lead, with freshmen
holding a majority of Tamanawas staff positions, and many Trail staff positions.
The formal initiation of the 554 frosh into full-fledged college life took place on October first,
Matriculation day, and their numerals were added to the white quadrant of the traditional color post.
Indeed, the class of '52 launched into college life with zest and ambition. They have already con-
tributed much to C.P.S. and their prowess will not lie dormant, for these freshmen have the stuff to
make them succeed and become one of the most outstanding classes of the college.
Freshmen file past the Color Post
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ing shot . . . l6-That's not in the script . . .
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fun . . . 12-A football player's dream . . .
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days . . . 15-Take a IO minute break . . .
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. , To provide an organization for pro-
motion and control of students' affairs, and to
encourage student cooperation with the college
administration and faculty in maintaining the
standards of the college , . is the purpose of
the Associated Students of the College of Puget
Sound as stated in the preamble to the constitu-
Elected in the Spring of i9-48, Clayton
Anderson led the Associated Students of the
College of Puget Sound through a successful year.
Everyone carrying twelve hours or more purchased
a student body ticket and became a member ot
Fall Yell Leaders
Harry Lewis, Cynthia Harris, Ed Hager
the student body.
Aiding "Andy" in his administration were
Beverly Johnson, vice-presidentg Yvonne Battin,
secretary: Gerard Banks, treasurerg and Ellery
Capen, general manager.
In the fall semester the CPS students were
led in cheers at college games by Cynthia Harris,
Harry Lewis and Ed Hager. Two were not able
to return in the spring semester. Central Board
appointed Bruce Andreason and Chuck Caddey
to take their places. Since the student body has
grown, the yell team will grow with it. Next
year it will consist of three boys and two girls.
Spring Yell Leaders
Bruce Andreason, Ed Hager, Chuck Caddy
0 CENTRAL BOARD-Rovv one' Chuck Howe, Gretchen Swayze, Leonard Raver, Yvonne Battin, Clayton Anderson, Beverly johnson.
Row tvvo: Pat Kezich, june Larson, Mary Lou johnson, john Sampson. Standing Dean Regester, Bill Allen, Bursar Gerard Banks, Professor
Ellery Capen, Ed Balarezo,
CENTRAL BOARD, as the student governing body, is charged with the administration of ASCPS funds.
the appointment of committees for action on student affairs, and the direction of campus activities.
The Board is made up of the following: Clayton Anderson, ASCPS president, Beverly Johnson, vice-
president, Yvonne Battin, sec-
retary, Gerard Banks, treasur-
er, Ellery Capen, general man-
ager, Harry Mansfield and Cjaym, A,,de,so,,,
Gretchen Swayze, senior rep- . .e,s .-
resentativesg Bob Rinlcer and
John Sampson, junior repre-
sentativesg Mary Lou Johnson
and Ed Balarezo, sophomore
representativesg Tom Rutledge
and Pat Kezich, freshman rep-
resentatives, D i c k S m i t h,
alumni representative, Herb
Stark, drama department man-
ager, Bill Allen, Forensic rep- is 3
resentativeg Stan Langlow, ln- 'fil -""":" '
tramural representative, June
Larson, Women's Athletic rep-
resentative, and Harley Stell,
0 FINANCE COMMITTEE-Bev johnson, Ellery Capen, Bursar Gerard Banks, Yvonne Battin and
The Finance Committee
studies financial requests and
recommends action on the re-
quests to Central Board. The
committee includes Clayton
Anderson, Yvonne Battin, Bev-
erly Johnson, C-erard Banks and Ellery Capen.
H PEL COMMITTEE-Left to right: Clayton Anderson, Keith Chase, Bob Rinker, Beverly johnson, Dick Falk, Gretchen Swayze, john
Sampso D. Frederick, Dr. Thompson.
WITH MANY OUSTANDINC features as a
result the Chapel Committee scheduled pro-
grams for the three chapels each week. Faculty
and student musical presentations, speakers
and movies helped to vary them. The candi-
dates for royal positions at dances and for
ASCPS functions and class offices were intro-
The outstanding program was "Unison
2045,,' a musical pageant about the United
Nations written and directed by Professor
John O'Conner. Others were the student talent
show, the Stadium C-irls' C-lee Club, the Lin-
coln A Capella Choir, the Jason Lee C-lee Club,
and the Adelphians.
Presented by the Campus Playcrafters
and the Choral Readers, the Christmas play
was given the day before Christmas vacation.
Among the outstanding speakers were Dr.
Thompson, Professor Frank Williston of the
University of Washington, Professor John
Magee, and Bishop Gerald Kennedy.
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0 STUDENT AFFAIRS COMMITTEE-Seated: jane Hagen, Lorna Hill, Mrs. Drushell, jean Button. Standing: Delores
Breum. Bob Mills, Frank Taylor.
WOMEN'S FEDERATION provides the organi-
zation necessary to raise funds for carrying
on the activities of various women's organiza-
tions on the campus.
Consisting of the presidents and treas-
urers of Otlah, Spurs, Womens Athletic Asso-
ciation and representatives from the women
of SCA, Women's Federation was led tor the
year by Shirlee Kinnane.
The annual tolo was held in February to
gain working funds. Gloria Whitworth was
elected tolo queen by monetary votes. Cret-
chen Ernst served as chairman ot "The Lions
and the Lambs." A prize was given tor the
best corsage a boy received from his date.
0 WOMEN'S FEDERATION-loann Smith, Barbara lugovich, Shirlee Kinnane, lean Button,
Gretchen Ernst. Standing: Ruth Ann Potter. leanne Shugard.
M iles Putnam
UNDER THE EDITORSHIP ot Miles Putnam,
the Trail became a five-column, tabloid size
paper, lt continued its traditional Prince and
Princess of Song contest and supported the
campaigns for contributions to the French
orphanage, du Bon Secours.
Heavy reading matter was published in
the guise of Bill Sullivan's "ln The Magazines"
column, along with a number of campus
Business manager John Youngman man-
aged to afford a 6 page issue now and then,
causing no end of trouble for News Editor Na-
dine Kensler and Sports Editor Louis Raphael.
Shirley Niesen and Marian Maxin took turns
as Society editor.
Cece Reimer Marian Maxin Ken Adair
Spring Sports Editor Society Editor News Editor
EDITED BY NADINE KENSLER during the spring semester, the Trail con-
tinued its policy of appearing late Friday afternoons. The six-page paper
appeared a little more often, and the editorial policy continued alternately
criticising and supporting campus doings.
When John Youngman dropped out of school, News Editor Ken Adair
shifted to the business managers slot. Chris Nickolas and Jim Lantz became
co-news editors. Marian lviaxin handled the society news, and Cece Reimer
was Sports editor during the spring semester.
I TRAIL STAFF-Seated: Grant Barker, Ken Adair, lim Lantz, Doug Cullen. Standing' Dorothy Ross, Marian Maxin, Bob Peterson
lo Copple, Lloyd Myhre, john McDonald, jackie Smith, lack Raphael, Don Glenn, Cordy Anderson, and Ron Miller.
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THE LOCBOOK, as a handy directory to the
College of Puget Sound, was edited this year
by Charles Cruenewald. Jack Young served
as Associate Editor. Also helping on the staff
were Leon Clark, Jay Fox and Mary C-ruene-
The Logbook contains information about
every organization on the campus, the ASCPS
Constitution, an explanation of CPS traditions,
and a list of students and faculty members
with their addresses and phone numbers.
Charles Gruenewald Leon Clark, Jr. Jay Fox
BATTLING A MONTH LATE START, the Tamanawas staff
labored to catch up in time to meet photographer, engraver
and printer deadlines. During the year the third floor art
lab became a second home for members of the staff.
Aiming to tell the story of i949 with as many pictures
as possible, Layout Editor Martha Wright gathered, trimmed
and pasted thirty full page layouts, and the endsheets,
The art staff worked overtime to design the division
pages, then worked out cartoons for the class pages.
All through this the writing staff struggled through
stacks of copy, tried to run down lost copy, and compiled the
Martha Wright Dorothy Ross Claire McNeill Marian Maxln
Layout Editor Opening Section Editor Activities Editor Organizations Edu
Ken Adair - - - Editor
Ross Bischoff ---- Business Manager
Lois Wasmund - Assistant Editor, Class Section Editor
Dick Frederick, Ing Thompson,
Fred Dupille ----- Art Editors
Dorothy Ross - Opening Section Editor
Claire McNeill - - - Activity Section Editor
Cece Reimer, Louis Raphael,
Joe Copple - - - - Sports Editors
Marian lvlaxin - - Organizations Editor
Martha Wright - Layout Editor
Jeanne Hein, Nanette Lindstrom, Kim O'Brien,
Jack Johannesen, Larry l-lanberg, lvlarcella Morten,
Otho l-lalligan, Marian Earle
I Otho Halligan Marian Earle business staff
0 Kim 0'Brien.
Marian Swanson Cece Reimer Dick Frederick Ing Thompson Fred Dupllle
Division Editor Co-Sports Editor Co-Art Editor Co-Art Editor Cari-Ognls
0 FORENSICS-Row one: Gene Todd, Yvonne Battin, Bruce Rector, Dr. Battin, Ed Hibbin, jackie Hodgson, Leo Buttigan. Row two: Ross
Bischoff, Alex Mortellaro, Edna Niemela, Barry Garland, Dick Drues, Virginia Soltis. Row three: Bill Kidd, Otho Halligan, Art Whitson, Dick
Nicholson, Bob Oquist, Kenny Campbell, Professor Ellery Capen, Row tour: Don Seymour, loyce Cousins, jean Hagemeyer, Bill Davisson.
AS IN OTHER YEARS, Yvonne Battin has proved
herself to be the leading debater on the College
of Puget Sound campus.
In the debate held at the University of
Washington by the Washington Association of
Teachers of Speech, Yvonne finished first in both
extemporaneous speaking and experimental
speaking, Joyce Cousins received third place
honors in oratory, while Barry Garland and Paul
Stolz placed third in debate.
The open forum before civic groups up to
400 in size, a unique type of debate, was held
in the Vanport Extension Center at the Univer-
sity of Oregon. In this town meeting tournament
George Loerch placed first, and Bill Allen, the
debate manager, placed fourth.
0 FORENSICS-Dr. Battin, Barry Garland, Kenny Campbell, lackie 0 FORENSICS-lacqueline Hodgson, loyce Cousins, Barry Garland, Ken Campbell, Bill Kidd
Hodgson, Yvonne Baffin, loyce Cousins. Alex Mortellaro, Yvonne Battin, Dr. Charles Baffin.
Unfortunately, in the Tyro Debate Tourna-
ment held at the College, CPS was vanquished.
Again in extemporaneous and experimental
speaking Yvonne Battin received firsts in the
Linfield College Debate Tournament. Phil Anse-
lone and Alex lvlortellaro were first in the men's
debate senior division.
At the Redlands University Tournament in
Pi Kappa Delta
THE FORENSICS HONORARY established on
the campus, Washington Alpha chapter of Pi
Kappa Delta, is maintained for those students
who have distinguished themselves in the field
Intercollegiate competition in debate, ora-
tory, extemporaneous or impromptu speaking
are requirements for membership in this or-
ganization. Pi Kappa Delta sponsors regional
and national tournaments to which a repre-
sentative from CPS is always sent.
Arthur Stolz was president of Pi Kappa
Delta for the year and Dr. Charles Battin was
0 Yvonne Baffin poses with her trophies
California, Stan Worswick placed fourth in the
preliminaries of the one man debate. I-le lost,
however, in the final rounds to a representative
from Southern California who took the first place
On the trip to Peoria, Illinois, for the Na-
tional Pi Kappa Delta Tournament, the group
attended debates at the University of Montana.
0 Dr. Charles Battin - - in no uncertain terms'l
0 john 0'Connor directing Concert Band 0 Section of Concert Band in Action.
FIRST YEAR of a New Traditionl Senior certificates for uninterrupted service
with the Concert Band were given for the first time to four graduating seniors
who have been with the organization since its founding in l946 by Professor
John O'Connor. Those to receive these awards were: Anna Kinrod, Merle
Stevens, Dick Henderson, and Joseph Martin. The Inspirational Award, top
honor of the year, was given to Jack Potter for his contribution of untiring
service and inspiration. Highlights of the season: two more outstanding
concerts in the "Music of the Nations" series, and the successful completion
of a five hundred mile concert tour of Washington.
The Concert Band leaves on Tour
0 The Workshop Band rehearses. ' Lef0Y 05ff3f'5kY difedlng-
THE WORKSHOP BAND under the
direction of Leroy Ostransky is the
nationally famous group formed to
study and experiment with the possi-
bilities of American music. Last fall
Mr, Ostransky and the band were
featured in "Downbeat,'l the musi-
In addition to playing a series of
ten concerts in Western Washington
and concluding with a home concert,
they played for the incoming freshman
classes and inaugurated Campus Day,
I ADELPHIAN CHOIR-Row one: Suzanne West, Anita Garland, Nancy Riehl, Olive Tuttle, Lorna Hill, joyce Brynestad, Delores Gutoski, Marian Becker. Row two, Mary
Lou Moore, Bonnie Trefren, Vivian Weaver, Christine Clemensen, Grace Fullagcr, Ann Vlahovich, Laurine Schore, Carol Swenson, Gretchen Swayze. Row three' Lavonne
Schuler, Geneva Withers, Leonard Raver, james Ernst, Willard Norman, Mary Kincheloe, Kathleen Weidkamp. Ruin four' Paul Kelly, Herb Wayrynen, Roald Reitan, john jones,
Ted Wahlstrom, Ray Turcotte. Ruvx five' Charles Morrison, Leon Clark, john Sharp, Bruce Hunt, Bob Wolf, Harley Stell, Howard Hitchcock, Richard Simpson, Don Hazel,
I Adelphian Concert Choir-California bound
THE l-llCl-lLlCl-lT of the Adelphian Choir's
year was its two-week tour through the main
California cities to San Diego, They left eight
days before the start of Spring vacation and
T returned the day before classes were again
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l-lailed as one of the outstanding concert
choirs of the Pacific Northwest, the group
has made extensive plans for next year.
April 8, they gave a concert for the public
at Jason Lee Auditorium. They sang in chapel
the following week for the entertainment
of the students. They also took part in the
Christmas presentation of the Messiah at
the Temple Theatre.
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Sigma Alpha lolza
SIGMA ALPHA IOTA, na,
tional music fraternity for
Nomen, completed its "first"
year as Beta Delta chapter.
High scholastic standing
and excellence of musician-
ship are basic requirements
Outstanding events of the
year were the initiation of
honorary members, violinist
Carroll Glenn and Claudine
Verneuil lMrs. Manuel Ro-
senthal! 3 a visit paid to the
chapter by national presi-
dent, Mrs. John B. Davissonl
and tvvo articles ot the Beta
Delta activities which ap-
peared in the national music
magazine, "Pan Pipes".
0 SIGMA ALPHA IOTA-On fiowr' Anna Kinrod, Betsy Huhn, Eleanor Roundtree. Featorli George Ann Frank,
Nancy Riehl, Georgia Tippie, lanice Ludwig, Pauline Anderson, Mrs, Vaught, Roberta Westmoreland, Gloria Kristoffer-
son. Standing. Frances Holt, Florence Lahey, Lavonne Schuler, Beverly johnson, Kathleen Weidkamp, Aleatha
Dieatrick, Carol Todd, Ruth Gustafson, NP? pci iref' Dorothy Lcncrgan, Cathie Reed.
SPONSORED BY the College of Puget Sound, the Tacoma Symphony is a
college and community orchestra which is conducted by Raymond Vaught.
College students make up approximately half its membership. The rest are
residents of the city, some of them high school students.
Of the three concerts given this year Miss Margaret Myles was guest
soloist for the first. The second singled out Prof. John O'Conner: and the
third featured Miss Myles, Prof. Clyde Keutzer, Mrs. Margaret Davis, Mr.
Raymgnd vaughf lvan Rasmussen, the Collegiate Singers and the Adelphians.
M U 'l S'
MU UPSILON SIGMA is an honorary profes- the mutual welfare and brotherhood of music
sional music fraternity. Men who are inter- students and to help advance the cause of
ested in music as a profession or as an ac- music on the campus.
tivity are eligible to join this fraternity. PI'GSideV1'f of MU Upsilon Sigma for the
The main function of the group is to foster fall and spring semester was Arthur Knight.
0 MU UPSILON SIGMA-On floor: Frank Niwa, Dick Henderson, jack Potter, Ken Dulin. Sitting: Art Knight, Ralph Rowe, jim Caddigan,
Victor Hugo, George Fowler, Bob Peterson. Standing: Dick Hammond, john Schartow, Roald Reitan, Ivy Cozort, Ted Wahlstrom, Leonard
Raver, john jones, jess Smith, Don Hazel, Boyd Bolvin, Don Franklin.
I HOME EC CLUB-Rovv one: Miss Walter, lane Carr, Annette Ogden, janett Williams, lane Hagen, Lorna Hill, june Hyatt, Mrs.
Sullivan Rovx tvvoi Mary Lou Moon, Beverly johnson, Betty Sorenson, Chris Clemenson, Ruth Potter, Catherine Funke, Diane Jensen,
Shirley Brubaker, Betty Ostergard, Ruth Wolland, Barbara lugovich, Laura Shepard. Row three: Pat McKay, Dorothy Schut, Barbara Bell,
Bernice Rugg jean Corliss.
IN ITS FIRST really active year since the war,
the Home Economics Club became attiliated
with the American Home Economics Associa-
tion. Georgia Tippie, delegate with June Hyatt
to the state convention, was elected state vice-
president. Among other things, the club has
sponsored demonstrations by home economists.
0 Pat Vushmik and Shirlee Kinnane assisted and observed children at the day
nursery during the year.
Ottering classes in foods and nutrition,
clothing construction, child development, etc,
the department is able to give both B. A. and
B. S. degrees. lvlrs. Carolyn Sullivan, depart-
ment head, emphasizes these classes as sub-
jects for both men and women intending to be
0 Miss Walter instructs members of the tailoring class
I Kenn Glenn instructs sculpture class, a
this year . . . 2-The first scale model
campus . . . 3-President Thompson
prizes to winners at CPS first high
art competition . . . 4-Preparations
for the Beaux Arts Ball . . . 5-They call
those things "mobiles" . . . 6-More Beaux
Arts preparation . . . 7-Ceramics class in
l-Homecoming Queen candidates Lita John-
son, Jean Tippie, Shirlee Kinnane and Cynthia
Harris with beard growing winner Bob Angel
. . . 2-Kappa Sig's winning float . . . 3-
Counting the votes . . . 4-Harry Lewis
chautfers the Queen candidates . . . 5-Ed
Drake, Jim and Don Perdue sign up some
likely candidates . . . 6-Bandleader Jimmy
Crier greets Queen Cynthia . . . 7-Queen
Cynthia and Escort Keith Chase after the
0 Cast of Homecoming Play: Seated' Nancy Riehl. Stan Worswick. Standing Bob Wolf, Harold Simonson, Lloyd Silver, Dick Kink, Gretchen
Swayze, joe Sims, Ethel Shattuck, Dale Nelson, loyce Brynestad.
AS lTS PART in the Homecoming festivities,
the Campus Playcratters presented two per-
formances ot "The Big Idea." This comedy
starred Gretchen Swayze and Joseph Sim and
was directed by Martha Pearl Jones, who was
assisted by Wilber l-l. Baisinger. The student
dramatic manager was Herbert Stark, while
Barbara Rowe and Patricia Lou Schaller were
the student directors.
Other members ot the cast included Dale
Nelson, Nancy Riehl, Ethel Shattuck, Stanley
Worswick, Joyce Brynestad, l-larold Simonson,
Robert Wolf, Lloyd Silver and Richard Kink,
0 Gretchen Swayze, loc Sims
0 The cast of the Christmas Vespers during the manger scene.
PRESENTED as the annual Christmas Vesper service for the College this year, "One Night in Bethle-
hem" was given four times for the students and the public in Jones Hall Auditorium.
Under the direction of Martha Pearl Jones the participants were chosen from the men's and womens
choruses. Students from the Campus Playcrafters and Choral Readers dramatized a very effective and
The cast consisted of young Larry Heggerness and Mark Hamilton, elementary school students, Pa-
tricia Lou Schaller, Torn Cherrington, James Hudson, Nancy Riehl, Harold Simonson, Raymond Harbert,
William Cianelli, Douglas Cullen, Barbara
. Rowe, Thomas Swayze, Raymond Price, Mar-
garet Ellis, Richard Kink, Robert Harader,
Melvin C-idley, Leonard Holton, Charles Cad-
Iley, Arthur Whitson, Patricia Purvis, Barbara
Bixler, and Gretchen Svvayze.
ANOTHER FEATHER was added to the already
be-plumed cap of the Dramatic Department
when the Campus Playcrafters presented their
fine rendering of Justin lVlcArthy's "lf l Were
King". A glimpse of French Renaissance friv-
olity and Good King Louis' corrupt court was
enacted as seen through the eyes of the infam-
ous French rogue-philosopher, Francis Villon,
whose satirical vvit nearly brought about his
0 CHORAL READERS-On floor' Barbara Rowe, Herb Stark, jackie Thurber. 'rated Ed LaChapelle, Patty Schaller, Sue Pringle. Stan Worswick,
Nancy Riehl, Mel Gidley, Dale Nelson. Standing. Gretchen Swayze.
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LED BY CRETCHEN SWAYZE, the Choral
Readers have been very active this year. At
Christmas they presented programs at various
clubs and were a part ot the Christmas vesper
services of the college.
They participated in the Easter services at
First Methodist Church. Besides giving a recital
in the latter part ot February, the group was
presented in assemblies at high schools in the
county. lt is an upper division class.
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0 CHORAL READERS-Row one Gretchen Swayze, Susan Pringle,
Patty Schaller, Mel Gidley, Herb Stark, Ed LaChapelle. Row two
Elaiibara Rowe. Nancy Riehl, jackie Thurber, Stan Worswick, Dale
No small part of the success of Logger
teams this season was due to the expert leader-
ship of the coaches.
John P. Heinrick, Logger athletic head,
added more laurels to his long coaching career
by leading the Logger football team to a
co-championship in the new Evergreen League.
This season was Heinriclds debut as Logger
football coach. He also piloted the basketball
team to a second-place tie in league standings.
Assisting Heinrick were Harry Bird, frosh
coachg Rod Giske, line coachg Ray lvlahnkey,
backtield coachg and Chuck lvlclvlillan.
lvlahnkey, new at CPS, also headed the
baseball team. He coached at Yelm High
School last year.
Bird and C-iske coached the tracksters.
Coaching the golf team was Mal Stevens, while
Walt Olsen led the tennis squad.
New coaches of the ski team were Mr.
and Mrs. Martin Fopp.
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San Jose State's rough and tough Spartans
wore down the Loggers with reserves to score
twice in the last l2 minutes and win the
For three quarters the Loggers led by one
point. The loss of Bill Kowalski, star tackle,
in the second quarter hampered the Logger
Mel Light was a ball of fire for the Log-
gers on the offensive. The slim speedster went
52 yards with a Spartan kickoff to set up the
CPS score. The Logger linemen held off the
Spartan attack until they tired in the final
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Joe Hedges' long pass to Dick Brown set
up the only Logger score of the game and
Warren Wood's conversion gave CPS a 7-6
win over a determined band of Willamette
Bearcats. Bob Hall blocked a kick to set up
Hedges scored the only touchdown of his
football career after sparking the goalward
rush of the Loggers. Stout Logger defensive
play staved off late Bearcat threats.
The victory was the first for CPS over
Willamette since 1933 and the first Bearcat
homecoming loss in 20 years.
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C..Horjes, I, Thompson, R. Carlson, D. Greenwood H. Martin R. Mahnkey R
Heinrick. Row three: B. Brouillet, H. DeCarteret, K. Giske, I. Sulenes, N. P ll m B
D. Hermsen, B. Bulleri, M. Light, M. Hegstrom, B. Ross, W, Wood.
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Central 2 3
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JOE HEDC-ES, alternate first-string quar-
terback, was chosen by his teammates as in-
spirational award winner. Joe, most polished
passer on the Maroon squad, led CPS to a
7-6 win uovere Willamette and inspired his
mates with his constant, hustling spirit all
Citations were awarded the following
members of the Varsity Team:
Mel Light, fullback-Honorable Mention
All-Coastg All-Conterenceg All-NW.
Dick Hermsen, tackle-All-Conference,
Captain Hank Pond, tackle-All-Confen
Warren Wood, guard-All-Conference,
Laverne Martineau, center-l-lonorable
Dick Brown, end -- Little All-America
l2nd teaml 3 All-NW l2nd teaml 3 Honorable
Bob Robbins, halfback-All-Conference
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Dick Brown and Don Hoff alternated at
the other forward position. Bob Rinker spelled
big Rod Gibbs at the pivot slot and also figured
into Heinrick's double post offense.
Bill Stivers rounded out the first five at
the remaining guardspot. After Fincham's
accident Bill took over the captaincy of the
ln the second line of the Logger attack
were Don Ellis, Herb Klippert, Bob Sater, Bus-
ter Brouillet, Garry Hersey, Bill Richey, Bud
Blevins, Lloyd Blanusa, and Dwayne Westlin.
The Loggers got the season off to a good
start with a 49-46 win over the lVlcChord
Field Packets. ln their next encounter, the
Loggers had their ears pinned back by a more
experienced Portland U. quintet, The Port-
landers trounced the Heinrickmen 68-52.
Climax of the season was the 48-4l vic-
tory over the University of Washington Hus-
kies. lt was the first time since i928 that a
Logger hoop squad had beaten the Huskies.
CPS split the 4-game series with PLC for
the city championship. CPS won the first and
ALTHOUGH THE LOGGERS finished the Ever-
green Conference race in a second place tie
with Pacific Lutheran, they came up with the
best small college basketball team in the state
and won the right to represent Washington
at the N.A.l,B. tournament at Kansas City.
Paced by Rod Gibbs and Bobby Angeline,
the Loggers ran up a total of lSOl points in
24 conference and non-conference games, for
an average of better than 62 markers per game.
Rangy Rod Gibbs, who handled the pivot
spot, hit the hoop from the field BO times and
dropped in Bl free throws for a grand total of
24l points or an average of lO.l per game.
Diminutive Bobby Angeline came out of
the Loggers' first encounter with a bruised
heel which kept him on the bench most of
the time in the next two weeks of play.
Despite that handicap, the speedy Logger guard
wound up the season with 239 tallies in all
Bobby Fincham, playing his fourth con-
secutive year as captain of the Logger cagers,
was injured in a late-season accident while
enroute to Vancouver, B. C. and was out of
action for the remainder of the season.
0 Row one: D. Ellis, G. Hersey, B, Angeline, B. Fincham, B. Brouiller, B. Blevins, B. St
Fovlv' two:kB. Safer, D. Hoff, D. Brown B. Richey, B. Rinker, R. Gibbs, C. Frazier, L. Blan s
last games, while the Lutes took the second
and third encounters.
A loyal band of rooters followed the team
to the N.A.l.B. playoffs at the Yakima Armory
to see the Loggers smother PLC 62-45 the
first night. The Heinrickmen avenged their
last year's defeat by Gonzaga by overwhelming
the Zags 47-37.
A 70-58 loss to Southwestern Louisiana
State Teachers' College in the first round of
the N.A.l.B. tournament rang down the cur-
tain on this years' CPS basketball story.
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IUNIOR VARSITY SQUADeKneeling' Keith Predmore, Nick Mosich, Elbie Beamer,
:on Lind, Roger Hulse. Standing: Tom Rutledge, Bruce Brooke, Cal Frazier, Don Maitland,
wayne Westlin, Ken Baldwin, Coach Ray Mahnkey.
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THE LOCCER TRACK squad won two of its four opening meets this season.
April l5 the trackmen lost to P.L.C. 66 U3 to 64 2f3. April 23 found the
team winning a triangle meet with W.W.C.E. and U.B.C. with a l4-point
margin. The results were C.P.S. Sl V2, W,W.C.E. 66V2 and U.B.C. 13. ln
another triangle meet April 30 the Loggers scored 62V2 points while P.L.C.
chalked up 58 and U.B.C. gained 42V2. May 7 the C.P.S. team came in
second in the St. Martin Relays in Olympiag Central gaining 45V2, C.P.S.
3l V2, P.l..C. 27V2, and U.B.C. l8. In a triangular meet at Cheney, May
l3, Eastern won on their home-ground with the following tally: Eastern
87 V2, the Loggers 42V2, the Lutes 29. A subsequent triangular meet on
Logger territory found the hosts victorious with CPS lO2, St. Martins 42,
and Seattle Pacific l6.
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0 BASEBALL SQUAD-Rovv one: Mitchell, Loper, Stilwell, D. Semmern, Higdon, Meyer, Anderson, Salatino, Birnel, Gee, H. Semmern, Martineau, Tan
ner Snodgrass, Row 2: Medak, Blevins, Hegstrnm, Lind, Hulse, Beamer, Mahoski, Greenwood, Herzog, Predmore, Spalding, Turnbull, Haslam, Smith
Burrows, Peterson, Annas, Coach Mahnkey.
THE FIRST warm days of late March saw
34 baseball aspirants playing catch and poling
tungoes under the direction of new diamond
coach, Ray lvlahnkey. Leading the hopefuls
were Hank Semmern, Bob Snodgrass, and Wel-
don Stillwell, lettermen pitchers.
Returning catchers Bus Mitchell and La-
verne Martineaug veteran intielders Wells An-
Mal Stevens Clarence Throdahl
derson, Earl Birnel, and C-ary Hersey, and out-
fielders Jack Tanner and Holly C-ee were meet-
ing stitt competition from newcomers for the
As the Tamanawas goes to press, the
Logger team holds the Western Division title
ot the Evergreen Conference.
KEEPING TRACK OF ALL the equipment
issued to CPS athletes is the responsibil-
ity of "Pop" Throdahl, custodian of the
gym. P.E. students learn to rely on "Pop"
for everything from towels to basketballs.
Serving as athletic publicity director for
the college is Mal Stevens, Logger gradu-
ate and golf coach.
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THE C.P.S. SKI TEAM fared well throughout
the season in intercollegiate meets with other
schools of the Pacific Northwest. The Loggers
walked away with a meet with Western Washing-
ton and U.B.C. at Mount Baker, captured third
place in the Northwest Intercollegiate contest at
Snoqualmie Pass, and barely won a meet with
Wenatchee Junior College at Stevens Pass. The
C.P.S. team captured all but one of the first ten
places in a contest with Everett Junior College at
Members of the team placed well in the tour
"Stevens Standards" they entered, although the
entries were as individuals rather than as a team.
The women's ski team showed well, winning a
meet with W.W.C.E. women, and placing in several
races with Washington State.
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MAKING A NAME for themselves this year,
the tennis team sent four representatives
from the College of Puget Sound to compete
in the newly-organized Evergreen Conference.
Conference matches held at Whitworth Col-
lege over the twenty-seventh and twenty-
eighth of May were deciding factors for team
championship and individual honors. The
whole ladder of men struggled all season for
team positions, but, despite this internal
rivalry, managed two straight wins over their
cross-town threat, Pacific Lutheran College,
as well as matches throughout the state.
0 GOLF TEAM-Row one: Don Mozel, Louis Youngman, Bob Higgins. Second row: Bruce Andreason, Ernie Althuser, Dick Carter, Morgan
Barofsky, Coach Mal Stevens.
PROSPECTS were very bright for the Logger
divot team with several returning stars and
outstanding freshmen vying for positions.
Morgan Barofsky, Bruce Andreason, Don
Mozel, Dick Carter, Jim Fowler, and Ernie
Althuser returned to bolster the Iinksmen.
Freshmen standouts included Louis Young-
man, Bud Holmes, and Ken Baldwin.
ln the first match of the season, the Log-
gers defeated PLC l5-O at Fircrest. Meets
later in the season included Oregon and Wash-
ington on the home links. Mal Stevens coaches
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I INTRAMURAL COUNCIL-lim Crews, lim Oaks, Don Danielson, Coach Harry Bird, Bob Oquist, Harry, Hotchkiss, Stan Langlow, Kermit
White Warren White.
HEADING this year's intramural program is
Stan Langlow. Stan not only starred on several
KS teams but also arranged schedules, released
publicity, and performed numerous other
Harry Bird is faculty advisor. Managers
include Jim Oaks, Skip Norton, Jim Crews,
Ed Lane, Warren White, Bill Milligan, Roy
Loper, Len Spanich, Bob Oquist, Don Daniel-
son, Harry Hotchkiss, Bill Clem, Kermit White,
Rollo Millette, Leon Clark, and George Cialte-
OMICRONS copped first places in both intra-
mural bowling leagues this year. In the Ma-
roon League, lndies, Mu Chis, and Sigma Nus
won second, third, and fourth places, re-
Sigma Nus, Indies, and DK's followed the
Omicrons in the White League. Honors for
high series in the Maroon League went to H.
Peterson of the Omicrons with 609. High
game was also Peterson's. B. Washburn of
the lndies was high in total pins with ll3l.
Chuck Howard, Dave Frame, Sid justice, Gordon Brooks, Roy Loper. Howard Peterson, Gordon jones, Dave Peterson, Stan Lowe, Ken Finfrock
0 KAPPA SIGMA A LEAGUE-Row one: Garry Hersey, Ken Langlow, Don Semmern, john Taylor, Roger Engberg. Second row: Marland Larson
Bob Angell, Cam Haslam, Paul Davies, Dean Meyer, Hal Butts.
I SIGMA MU CHI B LEAGUE-Row one: Tim Chapman, Don Bandar, lim Luzzi, Duval Wiseman, lack Knapp. Second row: lack Babbit
Ed Drake, Bob Oquisl, Don Chovil, Will Westlin, Walt McCullough.
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0 KAPPA SIGMA B LEAGUE-Row one: Rick Healy,
Thompson, Ben Fawcett, Brian Kepka, Bud Blevins.
FINAL STANDINGS in the intramural touch
football "A" League found three teams dead-
locked for first place. Sigma Nus, Kappa Sigs,
and Omicrons were the three.
The "B" League also ended in a tie with
Kappa Sigs and Mu Chis on top of the pile.
Bruising, blocking, and good organization fea-
INTRAMURAL SOFTBALL enthusiasts
were limbering up throwing-arms and
sharpening batting eyes in preparation
for the coming season as the Tamanawas
Went to press.
Stan Langlow, intramural head, had
scheduled a full round-robin schedule for
the eight team league.
This year's softball league will prob-
ably be faster than last year's since intra-
mural track has been called off, leaving
more men available for the diamond sport.
The ten-man teams will play all games
on the Jefferson Park diamond again this
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Don Danielson, Earl Smith, Earl Birnel, Stan Langfow. Row two Bob Mills, Bud
tured the play of the winning teams in both
leagues. Many of the players in both leagues
also played in the touch football league spon-
sored by the Tacoma Park Board.
Play was close in most games with three
ties resulting in the "B" League.
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0 KAPPA SIGMA MAROON LEAGUE-Row onei Bill Sparks, Ben Fawcett, Carl Niemi, Brian Kepka, Tom Swayze. Row two' Ed Annas,
Morry Halleck, Wayne Mann, Don Danielson, Don Semmern, Earl Smith.
TWO FAST, well organized Kappa Sigma
basketball teams swept through both intra-
mural leagues undefeated, Sigma Nus in the
White League and Omicrons in the Maroon
League were runners-up.
Led by the fine backboard play ot Cam
l-laslam and the play-making of Stan Langlow,
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the KS Maroons scored 275 points while hold-
ing their opposition to l8l.
Wayne Mann, Don Danielson, who scored
l3.4 points per game, Carroll Walters and
many reserves enabled the KS Whites to out-
score their opponents 327 to l6O.
KAPPA SIC-S edged out the Indies to place
first in the Intramural Ski Tournament with
Sigma Mu Chis, Sigma Nus, Pi Tau Omegas,
DK's, and Omicrons following consecutively.
Eddie Drew, Indie, finished first in the
slalom with Dave Wales, Pi Tau Omega, Les
Gilsdorf, Don Lochow, and Les Fasig follow-
Les Cilsdorf, Ben Fawcett, Bob Morrison,
Lindy Aliment, and Stan Langlow made up the
winning team. The meet was held in Febru-
ary at Chinook Pass. This feature of the
Chinook Ski Carnival was held for the first
time this year.
Kappa Sigs, Winners of intramural ski tournament-Lindy Aliment, Ben Fawcet
Langlow, Les Gilsdorf, Bob Morrison.
lntramural Ski Teams
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0 WOMEN'S ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION--Row one: Alice Yamaguchi, Lorraine Hanberg, leanne Hein, Eunice Williams, Susan Pringle,
lane Hagen, Nadine Cleary. Row Two: lo Copple, Pat Smith, Elenor Roundtree, Harriett Warne, Ruth Potter, Miss Alice Bond, june Larson,
Barbara Prechek, Bev lohnson. Row Three: lean Shugard, Chris Ostrum, Betty Rusk, Marian Earle, Aleatha Dieatrick, lean Hagemeyer,
Nanette Lindstrom, Corinne Engle. Carol Sue Petrich, Doris Beardsley, Lois Wasmund, Corrinne Sule. Row four! Gretchen Ernst, Mary Lou
lohnson, Lita lohnson, Freda Garnett, Phyllis Blaser, Marcella Morton, Virginia Gundstrom, Beverly Farrell, Emma Doan, lean Tippie.
Women's Athletic Association
04 The girls who- earned the national basketball referee's rating are Bev lohnson, Barbara Prechek, Carol Sue Petrich, lean
Tipple, and Phyllis Blaser.
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THIS YEAR THE WOlvIEN'S Athletic Associa-
tion was under the capable direction of Presi-
dent Ruth Ann Potter. Helping in the arrange-
ment of competition between classes and soror-
ities were General Manager June Larson, Bar-
bara Prechek, vice-presidentg Pat Smith, secre-
taryg Pearl Moberg, treasurer, Harriett Warne,
program chairman: Nadine Cleary, publicity
chairman, and Jo Copple, historian. Miss Alice
Bond advised the group.
Early in the tall, the Seniors,deteated their
subordinates to capture the field hockey
championship. Carol Sue Petrich won in the
individual badminton tournament and was fol-
lowed by Jean Tippie and Bev Johnson in sec-
ond and third places respectively. The Gam-
mas won the inter-sorority badminton tourna-
In the volley ball tournaments, the Senior
I Team captured the class championship, while
the Gammas copped the inter-sorority points.
The Seniors and Cammas scored again in the
The WAA sports year came to a climax
when three representatives from the local
group attended a conference of the Athletic
Federation of College Women at the Univer-
sity of Wisconsin.
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0 OUTSTANDING VOLLEYBALL PLAYERS-Row one: Bev johnson, Barbara Prechek, Carol Sue Petrich, Sally Ann Christensen
Row two: lo Copple, Phyllis Blaser, Emma Doan, lean Tippie.
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SPURS-On floor: Cloria Nelson, Alice Palmer, Ruth Walland, janet Langebeer. Seated' loyce Brynestad, Ethel Shattuck, Betsy Huhn,
Lorraine Anderson. Back row: Donna Mandel, loanne Smith, Barbara lugovich, Pat Hotes, Edith Bower, leanne Shugard, Kathy McElwain.
Martha Pearl Jones
0 Spurs Leave for Ellensburg
The National Spurs
Always "At Your Service" were the Spurs,
national sophomore women's honorary. The
CPS chapter tapped fifteen sophomore women
on the basis of participation in school activi-
ties, dependability, sincere friendliness, and
scholarship during their freshman year.
The white skirt, white sweater, and Spur
emblem could be seen in Chapel, at school
plays, and many other school events. A group
of Spurs journeyed to Ellensburg to install a
new chapter, as well as to Pullman where the
Spur regional convention was held.
Old Spurs marched with their newly-
tapped baby Spurs on May Day, carrying the
traditional daisy chain. Spurs also served at
the tea which followed the May Queen coro-
nation, Commencement was another big day
for the service-minded Spurs, who were ca-
pably led by president Betsy Huhn and adviser
Martha Pearl Jones.
I KNIGHTS-Row one: Chuck Morrison, Francis Niwa, Rick Healy, Dick Chairivano, Cordon Scraggin, Ralph Wehmhoff. Row two,
Herb Wayrynen, lim Ernst, Nick Nickolas, Richard Fechko, Byron Norton, Andy Stevenson. Row three Chuck Myers, Bruce Hunt.
Cam Haslam, Dick Drues.
Intercollegiate Knights is a sophomore
men's honorary. Three members of each CPS
fraternity and ten Independents are selected
each year to become active in this honorary
organization during their sophomore year.
Scholarship, leadership and participation
in school activities during the freshman year
are used as the basis for selecting the new
members for this sophomore honorary.
Members of the Knights become inactive
in their junior year with the past officers serv-
ing in an advisory capacity for the new active
The Knights usher, sponsor an all-college
dance, a campus radio broadcast and a picnic
held with the Spurs.
Knights Pass Christmas Candy
o MU SIGMA DELTA-Back fgwg Dean john D. Rggegfer, Dr, Warren G. Tomlinson, Mr. john Slater, Mr. Warren Perry, Mr. Willis Carruth,
Mr. Wilbur Baisinger, Mr. james Garrard, Robert Lyon. Front row' MiSS FFSHCSS Chubb. MVS' l-Yle Dl'U5h9l, Irene Crew. Mrs, Sarah l-YUY1,
Mrs. Ella Mai Clark. Not pictured: Kirkland Stewart, Sam Heritage, William C. R0lJeffS, Miles Putnam. Hem-3l'I Hunt, l'l0WHfCl l'lifCl1C0Ck,
Robert Huston, Leon Clark, Dr. E. H, Todd, Dr. julius jaeger, Dr. RaYm0fld Seward, DY- Coolidge Ch-?PmHl'l, MF- Rlfihafd D. Smith, DI'-
Marfin Nelson, Dr. Helen Fossum, Dr. Phillip Fehlandt, Dr. R. Franklin ThomPSOI1, MY- l0h'1 Lanfl- MF. lohn Carter, Dr. Robert SPFCNSEF.
Dr. Gurdon Alcorn, Mr. Leroy Ostransky, Mr. john Magee. Newly elected candidates: Emma Doan, Philip Anselone, Lois Phillips, Rex Adkins,
Edward LaChapelle, Richard Robinson, Walter Loewenstein, Frederick Hansen. CfefCl'lSl1 El'f1Sf- Verne Hogatt. Earl BYY-3I'll', l9SS Smith, Russell
Gunderson, Yvonne Battin, Howard Dutra, john Sampson, Dale Nelson. Mr. Gerard Banks.
Mu Sigma Delta
MU SIGMA DELTA membership is one ot the
highest honors on the campus.
High grade point averages are required
of upper classmen and faculty members in
this local scholastic honorary.
Meetings are held three times yearly, with
new members initiated at an annual spring
OTLAH, senior women's honorary, invited into
membership those who at the completion of
their junior year had participated in school
activities in addition to having maintained
high rank in scholarship,
A chapel program introduced the new
members, and the annual tea was held in the
spring. Otlah also decorated Jones l-lall at
0 OTLAH Row one: Gretchen Ernst, june Hyatt, Mrs. Seward, Emma Doan, Harriet Fiske Wagenblast, Anna Kinrod. Rovt two Dorothy
Lonergan Beverly johnson, Aleatha Mae Diezitrick, jeanne Williams, Maxine Lister.
Alpha Rho Tau
ALPHA RHO TAU, college art honor-
ary fraternity, invites into membership
students showing interest and ability
The group sponsored their "first"
High School Art Exhibit in December,
which displayed entries from Wash-
ington, Oregon, Idaho and Montana.
ln February, the famed Parisienne
Beaux Arts Ball was given in honor of
college students from other lands. The
Music and Art Departments were also
guests, and prizes were given for the
The Annual Student Art Exhibit had
its formal opening May l5th.
ANOTHER FIRST! Installation of a chapter
of Delta Phi Delta, largest national art honor-
ary fraternity for men and women, brought
another "first" to the College of Puget Sound.
signs: nr man:
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0 ALPHA RHO TAU-Row one: Marcella Morton, Kim 0'Brien, Ann Merrill, Mildred Merrill, Kenn
Glenn Kadvisorl, Morton Olson. Row two: Gretchen Swayze, Catherine Funke Kpublicity chr.l, Diane lensen,
Andrew Bergaloff, Martha Wright isecretaryl, Maxine Lister lpresidentl. Row three: Ralph Packard,
Miriam Manke tvice presidentl, Bill Chovel, George Stark, Al Williams, Wayne Gunderson lhistorianl,
Grant Barker. Not pictured: Yvonne Battin, lane Carr, Byron Crull, Dick Frederick ltreasurerl, Rachel Haskell,
Ron Hendrickson, Howard Hitchcock, Gwenn Huschke, Dennis Livingston, Amazetta jane Moore, Alice Palmer,
Cathie Reed, Roald Reitan, Yvonne Sanders, Marilyn Stier.
and those initiated were Maxine Lister,
Yvonne Battin, Cynthia Harris, Irene Vokich,
Catherine Funke, Dick Frederick, lngwald
Thompson and Howard Hitchcock.
Installation ceremonies were held on June 4th
0 MATHEMATICS CLUB MEMBERS-Seated: Professor Harold Cook, Professor Edward Goman, Dr. Robert
Sprenger, President Aubrey Clayton. Standing: Charles Morrison, Ralph lohnson, Verne Hogatt, George Clark,
Louis Rall, Walt Loewenstein, Philip Anselone, Heman Hunt.
ORCANIZED MAINLY to supplement
instruction received in class, the
Mathematics Club presents various
speakers to correlate the position of
mathematics and mathematicians with
other fields of study.
During the year speakers were called
in to discuss and clarify the relation-
ships between mathematics and chem-
istry, physics and laws of chance.
Meetings were I'-eld at the College
of Puget Sound early in the year, and
were subsequently held in the homes
of the members.
0 AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY-Row one' George Clark, Richard LaPore, Ray Doan, Heman Hunt, William Longmire. Row twoi Dr.
Phillip Fehlandt, Doris Stewart, Helena joslin, Dr. Robert Sprenger. Row 31 Edwin Barnes, Richard Thompson, Frank Haskell, Leroy Schieler,
Prof Willis Carruth, Hsi-Lung Pan, Harold Cook, Herluf Christensen, Fred Robertson.
American Chemical Society
TO PROMOTE AN INTEREST IN CHEM-
ISTRY, to hear and meet outstanding men in
the field of chemistry at monthly lectures,
and to acquaint its members with ACS is the
three fold purpose of the student affiliate of
the American Chemical Society.
PSYCHOLOGY CLUB-Row one: john Orr, james Richardson, Dick Elmore, Olar Calteland.
Row two Mrs Syd Pryor, Sally Ann Christensen, Mercedes Cox, Phyllis Blaser, Bob Peterson,
Willard Zylstra Row three: j. Peary, Prof. Richard Peterson, Dr. Richard larvis, Otto Boder-
horn Row four Vic Zimmerman, Harold Drane, Syd Pryor.
Students who are majoring or minoring
in chemistry or chemical engineering are
eligible for membership in ACS. Opportuni-
ties for the presentation of papers and for
interchange of ideas by the active members
as well as by outstanding guest speakers are
given to the members of ACS.
and Professor Richard Peterson, advisor
THE FURTHERINC- OF INTEREST IN PSY
CHOLOCY is the aim of Alpha Psi Chi the
Psychology Club. With no written require
ments for membership, the club is composed
of majors, minors and others interested in the
During the year the club sponsored such
speakers as Dr. Cochran, Mr. Edward Prince
Dr. Kenneth Hitch, and Dr. Theodore Barber
Officers for the year were Sydney Pryor
president, Edwin Muller, first semester
vice-president, Victor Zimmerman, spring
vice-president, Mercedes Cox, fall secretary
treasurer, Jean Cudmundson, spring secre
tary-treasurer, William Farone, fall publicity
director, Ken Adair, spring publicity director
0 PRE-MED CLUB-Row one' Dr. Slater, Robert Ball, Gwen Huschke, Phyllis Sorweide, Les Erickson, Richard Waller. Row twoi Richard Carl
son, lim Luzzi, Bob johnson, Oivind Gundersen, Charles Williamson, Don Poage. Row three: lim Caillouette, Rick Hanson, Martin johnson
THE PRE-MED CLUB was organized in the
spring of i948 to bring a closer relationship
between pre-med students and their prospec-
tive vocations. James Caillouette and Richard
Hanson first organized the group and served
as president and vice-president respectively.
ln the fall of this year Bob Martin was presi-
dent, with Professor James Slater as club
Business meetings werel' held once a
month and qualified medical men talked of
their own particular fields. Doctors from the
University of Washington Medical School as
well as prominent Tacoma physicians came to
answer any questions the Pre-Med Club had.
Colored slides and x-rays were also shown.
One field trip was made to Western State
Hospital, with other trips to be made in the
future. Les Erickson served as the Pre-lvled
Club's spring semester president.
0 OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY-Row one, seared: Miss Dudly Smith, Maxine L'Ecuyer, B. Anne lensen
Ann Merrill, Rosemary Rees, Luba Ostofichuk. Row two, standing: Edna-Ellen Bell, Dean Regester
Laurel Nelson and Patsy Brittain.
HE O, T. CLUB is composed of Occupational
'herapy students on the campus.
The purpose of the club is to enable O. T.
tudents to become better acquainted with
ine another, to hear outside speakers, to pro-
'iote interest in the profession of occupational
herapy, to keep up with developments in
he O. T. field and to maintain a registry of
The president of Occupational Therapy l
lllub for this year was Dixie Simmons.
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0 LETTERMEN'S CLUB lAxemenl-Row one: Burt Ross, Roy Bodine, Lindy Aliment, Eddy Annas, Carl Niemi, Don Hoff, Bob Rinker,
Earl Birnel, Bob Carlson, Don Greenwood Bob Ryan Dwayne Westlin. Second rowt john McCorry, Lloyd Blanusa, Bob Snodgrass, Bob
Safer, Weldon Stilwell, Dale Larson, Garry Hersey, Dean Meyer, Len Kalapus, Norm Pollom, Hank Pond, Harvey deCarteret, Dick Herm-
sen. Row three: Bud Blevins, Holly Gee, Ray Spalding, lack Tanner, Tom Medak, lack McMillan, Dick Salatino, Wells Anderson, Dick
Brown, Larry Rodgers, Wayne Mann, Mel Light, Dick Carlson, Ed Notley, Buss Mitchell, Bill Kowalski.
BASEBALL, BASKETBALL, football, track and any of
the many other types of sports found on the campus
here at the college are all represented in the Axemen's
The Axemen's Club was formerly titled the Let-
termen's Club. Any man attending CPS who earns a
letter inyat least one major sport is eligible to become
a member of this club. P
The purpose of this club is to foster athletics and
athletic interests and uphold the ideals and rules of
sportsmanship among its members and other sports
Guiding the Lettermen at the first of the year
was Harry Mansfield. Taking over the spring semester
Dick Salatino served as the president of the club. The
club had a successful year which was climaxed by
the annual dance.
The Varsity Ball was held at the Odd Fellows Hall,
April 24. Harvey deCarteret was the general chairman
of the dance. Assisting him were: Dick Lewis, pro-
grams, Earl Birnel, musicg Ed Notley, publicity, Roy
Loper, refreshments and Joe Hedges, decorations.
Irving Sjolund from the Evergreen Ballroom near
Olympia supplied the music for the dance, The high-
point of the evening was the presentation of sweaters
and letters to deserving athletes.
0 Axemen Officers-Bob Ryan, secretaryg Dick Salatino, president, Don Hoff, treasurer, Earl Birnel, vice-president.
0 STUDENT CHRISTIAN COUNCIL-lane Hagen, Dave Rees, Bev Hansen, Professor lohn Magee, President john Sampson,
Frank Peterson, Shirlee Kinnane, Harold Wagner. Blythe Callahan, Donna Mandell.
STUDENT CHRISTIAN COUNCIL was al-
ways available to fulfill the religious needs
of its fellow students. New students espec-
ially benefitted from help which was offer-
ed by this group. Churches of their own
denomination were quickly found in the
Seeking to help young people as well,
the group organized deputation teams to
aid youth programs at local churches.
Student Christian Council gave added
stimulus to the Vxlorld Student Service
Fund drive in December. Lead by John
Sampson as chairman, the drive material-
ized into funds for student supplies abroad.
A morning meditation period was pro-
vided in the Little Chapel and cell groups
improved personal religious living. Socially
the council sponsored a square dance in the
Student Union Building.
THE NATIONAL ORGANIZATION for
Methodist college women, Kappa Phi in-
cludes both sorority and independent girls
of the Methodist denomination.
The organization is maintained to pro-
mote friendship among the members, to
support other campus activities, to develop
leadership in church work and to make
vital contributions to the religious, social
and cultural growth of the club's members.
Patty Schaller was the president of the
organization. Many teas, parties and cam-
pus get-togethers were held by Kappa Phi
members this year.
Student Christian Council
0 KAPPA PHI-On floori Elenor Roundtree, Alice Yamaguchi,
Harriett Warne. Seated: Pat Voshmik, Patty Schaller, lean Tippie.
Standing: B. Anne lensen, Delores Breum, Barbara Prechek, Mariorie
Mann, Frances Holt, Doreen Lockstone.
0 BIOLOGY CLUB-
Peterson, Harland Peterson, Duane Paulson, Bob johnson, Rick Hanson, Paul Gingrich.
THE PURPOSE OF PHI SIC-MA, national bio-
logical honorary society, is to discuss and in-
vestigate all phases of biology, especially in
the field of research.
The Alpha Phi chapter of Phi Sigma was
founded at the college in February of l948.
Before becoming national, the organization
was known on the campus as the Biology Club.
Membership into Phi Sigma is based upon
scholastic standing and research ability in the
field of biology.
Row one: Professor Slater, Howard Bowman, Doris Stewart, james Caillouette, Professor Alcorn. Row two: Aldon
THE INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS CLUB en-
deavors to unite students of foreign lands and
students from the United States who are inter-
ested in world problems and relations.
The club supports the promotion of the spon-
sorship of a French orphanage, Du Bon Secours.
The foreign students were guests at many pro-
grams this Year.
Representatives were sent to the regional
IRC annual conference this year. Jim Johnson
was the fall semester president, and Don Brem-
ner was president for the spring semester.
0 IRC-On floori Arvo Hamalainen, Victoriano Reyes, Hector jem'o Don Cole, Eunice Williams Mumtaz Nelson, Said Shah, Seated
Buzz Battig, Donna Mandell, Marlys Wallace, Bobbie Pelton, Elaine Shields, Marian McCIean, Su Yang Chang, Ingrid Lien, Anne Lowrie,
Nadine Kensler. Standing: Don Bremner, Dave Key, Doris Bremner, Bill Erickson, lim johnson, Li Shen Liu, Oivind Gundersen, Erna Min-
chau, john Skupen, jack Tanner, Bill Lee, Raymond Eccles, Ernst Wolf, Hsi-Lung Pan, juho Kari,
y :.A . Sri
JEAN GUDMLJNDSON, Pi Beta Phi,
was the winner of the coveted title ot
Ski Queen. Queen Jean reigned over
the first winter ski carnival sponsored
by Chinook. Her princesses were:
Delores Breum, lndeeg Lorayne Wil-
loughby, Lambda Sigma Chi, Dorothy
Schweinler, Delta Alpha Gamma and
Rae Jeanne Neeley, Alpha Beta Upsi-
0 CHINOOK MEMBERS--Dorothy Schweinler, Delores Breum, Lorayne Willoughby, Lois
Leland, lean Cudmundson, Rae Ieanne Neeley.
UNDER Tl-lE LEADERSHIP of Mr, Bachimont,
German instructor at the college, as their ad-
visor, German I and ll students gathered
together many times during the year for an
evening of entertainment.
The purpose of the club is to foster the
interests of all students who are taking Ger-
man. Entertainment is given during the meet-
ing, discussions are carried on in German and
many talks given, both in German and in
0 GERMAN CLUB--V-lon one Florence Frederick, Phyllis Sorweide, Beverly Sinkovich, Bob johnson, lohn Rieman, Aldon Peter
son. Ron two Bob Badger, Ray Frederick, Bill Robertson, Tim Chapman, Herb Stark, Glenn Seick. Row three Richard Waller
Carl Erb, lack Rider, Lorna Schmidt, Bob Ellison. Rovi toirr. Prof. Otto Bachimont, Noralee Hoerr, Don Roe.
WITH JUNE LARSON and Harriett Warne as
their chiefs, the residents of Anderson Hall
again led an active life this year. Despite the
tact that the hall is overcrowded, many social
functions were held.
The first Inter-dormitory party was held
in March. The party was for all residents of
Anderson, Todd, Kittredge and the Cottage.
A cruise was taken in April by the girls.
Barbara Albertson was in charge of this trip.
Although many of the students cannot
remember when the hall was not so crowded,
it is the general opinion of all who live there
that the old saying, "the more the merrier"
still holds true.
ANDERSON HALL-On floor: Beverly johnson, Betty Troxel, Barbara Albertson. Seated: june Larson, Harriett Warne.
Standing lean Hagemeyer, Marian Maxin, Delores Breum, Phyllis Snyder, Ethel Shattuck, Blythe Callahan, Marian Swanson.
House Mother, Todd Hall
TODD HALL, in its second year as a men's
resident hall, was governed by Ed Stanton
during the Fall semester and by John Tuttle
for the Spring semester.
The men ofthe dormitory are self-govern-
ing, setting up their own house rules which
are kept at a minimum.
The men from the hall had a basketball
team for the first time this year, and they also
entered into the other intramural athletic ac-
tivities on the campus.
There are one hundred and eleven men
living at the dormitory. These men include
students from China, Norway, Finland, Bo-
livia, Iraq and many other foreign lands.
0 TODD HALL OFFICERS-Spring: john Tuttle, Frank Peterson, Art Whitson. and Byron Brady, Fall: Don Bremner, Art Whitson, Ed Stanton, and Tom Rutledge
0 KITTREDCE HALL-Back row: Carol Strain, Doris Smith, Lorraine Hanberg, Merry McKim, Barbara Betts, Patricia Williams, june
Wright. Front row, seated: Lane Hill, Rosemary Rees, Lyle Ford Drushel, loyce Cousins, Harriet Haines, Lois Leland, Barbara Wheeler.
Kittreclge Hall - The Cottage
0 COTTAGE RESIDENTS-Row one: loyce Durkee, Nancy Crawford, Shirley Wightman, Mercedes Cox, Noreen Knutson. Row
two: loan Hayes, Frances Holt, Mary Gruenewald, Kim O'Brien, Gayle Peferson.
0 At the Sadie Hawkins dance. 0 lndees Homecoming float. 0 President Bob Hanson and Secretary Lane Hill.
THE INDEPENDENTS won recognition from
the national independent organization early
this year. Organized as a unifying group for
all non-greeks on the campus, the lndees in-
clude about two thirds of the student body.
Under the presidency of Bob Hanson, the
Independents sponsored the annual Sadie
Fall semester officers for the lndees were:
Bob Hanson, president, Jim Beyer, vice-presi-
dent, John Youngman, treasurer, Betsy Huhn,
secretary, and Hal Padgett, sergeant-at-arms.
Officers for the spring semester were: Byron
Norton, president, Jim Beyer, vice-president,
Lane Hill, secretary, Bob Coslee, treasurer,
and John Tuttle, sergeant-at-arms.
0 INDEES-Bob Hanson, George Galteland, lean Hagemeyer, Bernice Rugg. Barbee
0 INDEES-Betty Pedersen, Dick Brown, and Marryin' Sam Battin. Linthicum, Christie Hendrickson, Ron Hendrickson.
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0 INTER-SORORITY COUNCIL-Seated: lane Hagen, Beverly johnson, Martha Wright, Beverly Farrell, Mrs. Lyle Ford Drushel. Stand-
ingi Dorothy Schut, Dorothy Lonergan, loanne Stebbins, Lorna Hill, Aleatha Dieatrick.
0 INTERFRATERNITY COUNCIL-Frank Taylor, Bob Mills, Guyot Frazier, Dave Wales, Ken Dickinson. Standing, james Dinsmore, lack
Knapp, George Wehmhoff, Hal Wolf, Clarence Nelson, Ed Lane.
Alpha Beta Upsilon
Aleatha Mae Dieatrick .,
Mary Lou Cooper
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Fern McCulloch ,,
Gwen lones ,,,,,,,
joan Mooney ,.,.,,.. ..
Lorraine Anderson .....
Left: President Aleafha Mae Diealrick
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Anderson, Janel '52
Anderson, Lorraine '51
Arnold, Donna '51
Baker, Sue '51
Barkuloo, Gracia '52
Balrin, Yvonne '50
Blaser, Phyllis '49
Brubaker, Shirley '52
Burcheii, Dolores '52
Cooper, Mary Lau '50
Cox, Mercedes '51
Ellis, Margaref '50
Engle, Corrine '52
Garland, Anita '49
Grosser, Janice '52
Harrison, Joan '52
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Haskell, Rachel '52
Jones, Gwen '50
Kinnane, Shirlee '50
Larson, June '49
Lindstrom, Naneffe '52
Manke, Miriam '49
McCulloch, Fern '51
McNelly, Beverly '52
Neeley, Rae Jeanne '52
Ogden, Anneile '51
Osfofichuk, Luba '50
Perry, Barbara '52
Phillips, Lois '49
Fudclicombe, Elaine '52
Schuller, La Vonne '51
Shugard, Jeanne '51
Simmons, Jane '52
Smith, Joann '51
Snyder, Phyllis '51
Sorenson, Betty '50
Sfebbins, Joanne '52
Termin, Beverly '52
Thurber, Jacqueline '51
Trimble, Margaret '51
Turtle, Olive Ann '51
Vogler, Velma '52
Warne, Harrie!! '49
Williams, Colleen '52
Williams, Eunice '51
' Na! pictured: Myrlle Chafwoocl, Hefty
Eads, Helen Flncham, Beverly Hansen,
Jane Johnson, Patti Lemly, Joan Mooney,
Barbara Noble, Joan Oaks, Marjorie
Delta Alpha Gamma
Emma Doan ,V H U .,-.Y,, Pregident' ,,,,,,,,,,,,, Emma DOSVI
time Hyatt ., ,. ,,,. ,......... I st Vice President ,..........., , .Dorotl1Y SCIWUI'
Barbara BQII ,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,A,,,, ,,,,,, 2 rw d V. President IPIedge Mottwerl, e - Janet William
Roberta Westmoreland, . v.......,.... Recording Secretary .,..,,........ ,.,YV- l GSU MOVEM
Betty Gastfleld . . ,.,,,. Corresponding Secretary ...... , , Barbara AIDHFTSOVW
, lean TI,-,Dye ,,,A A ,,,,,,,,,,..... Treasurer ...,...........,, i Ruth Wolland
Georgia Tippie . , ,,,... Sergeant-at-Arms ....,,, ,, Bettt! TVUXQI
Ruth WolIand ,, ,,.. ,..HIstorian ......., . ISHS CBN'
Albertson, Barbara '51
Anderson, Pauline '51
Babich, Pauline '52
Beardsley, Doris '52
Bell, Barbara '50
Bottiger, Lorraine '52
Campbell, Peggy '52
Carr, Jane '49
Casteel, Dorothy '52
Davis, Pamela '51
Durkee, Joyce '52
Erickson, Donna '52
Ernst, Gretchen '49
Funke, Catherine '49
Gastfield, Betty '51
Hagemeyer, Jean '52
Halverson, Ann '52
Hughes, lda Mae '52
Hyatt, June '49
Jensen, Diane '50
Johnson, Donaioy '52
Keyser, Eleanor '52
Kizich, Patricia '52
Kloepper, Gloria '52
Kristotfersorl, Gloria '51
Lutz, Marleen '51
Loveioy, Delores '52
McKay, Patricia '52
Mock, Jessie Lee '49
Moore, Mary Louise '52
Morgan, Jean '51
Murray, Margot '52
Richardson, Joyce '51
Schut, Dorothy '50
Schweinler, Dorothy '49
Shattuck, Ethel '51
Strain, Carol '52
Swanson, Marian '52
Swenson, Carol '52
Traxel, Betty '50
Wahlquist, Virginia '52
Wasmund, Lois '52
Westmoreland, Roberta '51
Whitworth, Gloria '52
Williams, Janet '51
Wilson, Wyleen '52
Wold, Carol '51
Wold, Janet '52
Wolland, Ruth '51
Johnson, Beverly '49
Clemenson, Christine '50 '
Not pictured: Jackie Davila, Helen Glad-
stone, Marian Maxin, Nancy Murphy,
Shirley Niesen, Georgia Tippie, Jean
Right: President Emma Doan
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Fall and Spring Officers
Vice President - 4 Rum potter
- Pat Hates
Barber, Martha '51
Barkast, Betty '49
Barton, Vernace '49
Brock, Joanna '52
Brynestad, Joyce '52
Burman, Belly '52
Christie, Joyce '51
Combs, Roberta '50
Davenport, Ellen '52
Doherty, Kathy '52
Duvall, Margaret '51
Earle, Marian '50
Frank, George Ann '51
Hespen, Naomi '50
Hill, Lorna '50
Hinds, Camellia '52
Hinds, Carol '52
Holmberg, Jacqueline '49
Hates, Patricia '51
Huschke, Gwenn '52
Jeklin, Georgianna '51
Johnson, Lita '50
Johnson, Mary Lau '51
McNeill, Claire '52
Moon, Mary Louise '50
Morse, Mollie Mae '49
Olson, Pauline '50
Ostrom, Christina '51
Potter, Ruth Ann '49
Rusk, Betty '57
Schaller, Patty Lou '50
Schmidt, Lorna '52
Simmons, Dixie '49
Sinkovich, Beverly '51
Sorweicle, Phyllis '52
Stefan, Anne Ev '50
Stier, Marilyn '52
Stevens, Merle '49
Voshmilr, Pat '50
Warfard, Janice '52
Willoughby, Lorayne '52
Corliss, Jean '52
Not pictured: Jo Copple, JoAnn Faisy,
Joan Hammond, Daphne Hilton, Barbara
Hodges, loan Olferson, JoAnn Pease.
Black, Paddy '52
Carbone, Rose '50
Dobbs, Mary '52
Doe, Patricia '52
Fullager, Grace '52
Gudmunclson, Jean '50
Gundstrom, Virginia '51
Hagen, Jane '49
Hanberg, Lorraine '52
lvlartna Wright ,
Beverly Farrell ,,
Nancy Rienl .
Alice Palmer , ,,
Lorayne Rockway ,
Patricia Voux ...,
Pi Beta Phi
, ,Vice President...
Recording Secretary. ,
,. ,, , ...Historian
. .... Treasurer., ..,..
, Assistant Treasurer.,
Pledge Supervisor ,,,,.
Scholarship Chairman ,
. Beverly Farrell
. ....., .Sue Pringle
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Katnaleen McElvvain, Kay Geenan.. Gensors ,, Rose Carbone, Carol Sue Petricn
left: President Beverly Farrell Right: President Martha Wright
Haines, Harriet '50
Harris, Cynthia '50
Hein, Jeanne '52
Jensen, Betty Ann '50
Knutson, Noreen '51
Langabeer, Janet '51 4
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Long, Carol '52 Z'
Ludwig, Janice '49
McElwain, Kathleen '51 .N ..
Mclntyre, Lucy '50 'A
Morton, Marcella '50
Nelson, Gloria '51 2 '
O'Brien, Kim '52 ' Peterson, Janis '52 V
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Pringle, Susan '51
Riehl, Nancy '51 '
Rockway, Lorayne '50 'fr'-7: ' - "ffl
Sanders, Yvonne '52 " ' h
Schorep Laurine '52
Shea, Patricia '50
Snow, Joanna '52
Starkey, Jane '51
Sule, Corrine '52
Summers, Diane '51
Swayze, Gretchen '49
Thompson, Nancy '52
Vaux, Patricia '50
Vlahovich, Ann '50
Williams, Jeanne '49
Storhow, Joan '50
Eckstrom, Betie '49
Reed, Virginia '52
Cousins, Joyce '52
Palmer, Alice '51
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Ed Lane. ,,......... ......... S econd Nficeelilresident ......A. ..........,..,,, I im Crews
Holmes Hutton ,. .. ,, ..,. Recording Secretary ...,... ,.,,,, H arry Edmundson
Bill Chovll ,.,.,.., ,, ,Corresponding Secrelary .,..... ...,,... N ick Nlckolas
Bob Wolf ......... ,,,,,.,,,..,, T reasurer ..,.........., Holmes l-lullon
Herb Stark ,.,A,, .,... S ergeant-at-Armsw, , ........, Yale Weed
Bruce Parker ..... ,...... H istorian ,......, .,,,,,, H al Sirnonson
Left: President Hal Wolf
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Nat pictured: Harry Edmundson, Clinton
Gossard, Robert Hansen, Gal Hilsiad,
Donald Jeanicke, John Jennings, Charles
Jorgenson, Martin Loungee, Richard
Mould, Berndt Olson, Duane Paulson,
Richard Pearson, Thomas Porro, Burton
Ross, Howard Irwin, Keith Lile, Donald
McGee, Donald Mozel, Ronald Roper,
Ken Finfrock ..
Cordon jones .
jim Evans .,..,,, ,
Sidney justice .,.,.,..
Badger, Bob '52
Berland, Bud '52
Bertram, Donald '50
Brooks, Gordon '50
Cunningham, Wayne '50
Dalrin, Dick '50
Ebert, Clarence '50
Fairfax, George '50
Fischer, Dave '52
Gustafson, Bob '49
Jabusch, Thomas '49
Johnson, Ernest '50
Justice, Sidney '49
Larson, John '49
Light, Kenneth '51
Livingston, Dennis '50
Lynch, Robert '49
Marler, Fred '49
Marr, Bill '51
Peterson, David '50
Peterson, Howard '50
Phillips, Earl '52
Roley, Lester '51
Smith, Rod '52
Springer, Frank '51
Stauffacher, Walter '50
Stevenson, Andy '50
West, Ray '52
White, Warren '49
Wright, James '50
Willoughby, Kenneth '48
Not pictured: Ariel Brandt '50, Donald
Feist '51, Charles Fisher '51, Kenneth
Finfroclr '51, David Frome '49, Lawrence
Gaclbois '51, Charles Howard '49, Roy
Loper '50, Stanley Lowe '51, Richard
Milton '51, Bill Milligan '51, Clyde
Payne '51, Donald Sather '49, Daniel
Seymour '49, Duane Tone '50, Fred
Gemmell '52, Hillis Griffin '52, Norm
Huber '52, Dick Hutson '50, Vernon
Jones '51, Ernest Marinig '51, Rod Sar-
gent '52, Richard Sawyer '50, Bill
Schrumm '51, Diclr Severanre '52,
Claude St. Amand '52, Don Van Horn
'51, Robert Wagnild '51, James Hig,
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Sergeant-at-Arrns ., .,,, Andy Stevenson
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Llovd Silver ..., , . Grand Masters.. ..
Stanley Langlown ,.,,, ....... . .Grand Procorator .,..........
Leonard Medlock ...... ...... G rand Master of Ceremonies ,....,
Wllliam Saul ........... ,..........,... G rand Scribe .............
Kenneth Langlovi '... ...,.,..., ..,,.. , . . . ...,... Grand Treasurer, ..
Garry' l-lersey, Wells Anderson ......... ....,.. Guards ........,
Joseph Sim .................. ................,.,. ........ A s sistant Scribe ......
Robert Morrison ........ ....,.. P ledge Father .....
Carl Niemi ............. ..... H ouse Manager .....
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Anderson, Wells '51
Anderson, Clayton '49
Ball, Robert '51
Birnel, Earl '50
Blanusa, Lloyd '50
Botts, Harold '52
Blevins, Bruce '51
Bodine, Roy '52
Crowell, Bernard '49
Danielson, Don '50
Demers, Arthur '49
Demko, Robert '51
Engberg, Roger '52
Fawcett, Ben '52
Gehri, Al '50
Gilsdorf, Don '51
Gilsdorf, Les '50
Greenwood, Don '51
Hoff, Don '50
Hager, Warren '51
Halleck, Maurice '52
Hansen, Frederick '50
Haslam, Cameron '51
Healy, Richard '51
Hedges, Joseph, Grad.
Hergert, Clinton '52
Hersey, Garry '51
Kaiia, Stanley '52
Kennell, Kenneth '49
Kepka, Brian '50
Langlow, Kenneth '49
Langlow, Stanley '50
Larson, Marland '49
Lowney, Jack '50
Mann, Ernest '49
Medlock, Robert '49
Meyer, Dean Eugene '52
Mills, Robert '50
Morrison, Robert '50
Niemi, Carl '50
O'Connor, Dennis '49
Richey, William '50
Rieflin, Robert Eugene '52 l
Rinker, Robert '50
Robertson, Richard C. '49
Saul, William '49
Silver, Dexter '51
Sim, Joseph '50
Swayze, Thomas '52
Thomsen, Denton '52
Whitcamb, Paul '51
Williams, Howard '50
Not pictured: Paul Davies '51, Rodney
Gibbs '50, Robert Angell '52, Edward
Annas '52, John Becker '52, Richard
Gastfield '51, Robert Robbins '50, Don-
ald Semmern '51, Lloyd Silver '49,
Earl Smith '51, William Sparks '49,
John Taylor '50, Carroll Walter '50,
James Driscoll '51, Henry Semmern '51.
Ed Adams ,
Not pictured: Fred Burkhard, Glenn
Dunn, George Fowler, Guyor Frazier,
Raymond Frederick, George Galteland,
lim Grondohl, John Hallenbarfer, Jim
Hudson, George Johnson, Ben Judd, Bob
Klee, Joe Mangold, Paul Mullins, Bob
Pelerson, Clarence Shuh, William Srid'
well, Don Tanner, William Thompson,
Dave Wales, Dick Waller.
Pi Tau Cmega
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.Treasurer ,, ,
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F A Mclviiiiin Edward Cornan Advisors
, Ed Adams
Righl: Presidenr Dave Wales
George Wehrnhoff... .
lack Knapp ,,........
Joel Belsvlk ,.,,.,....
Wesley Seelye ,.....
Dick Cbiarovario ......
Gene Brown. ,.,...... .
Willy Mellisn ..,...
Sigma Mu Chi
Left: President George Wehmhoff
, ...... President ..,., ,, ..
. .,.,......... Dave Rees
,,,Historlan,., ,,...loel Belsvik
.Sergeant-at-Arms .........,...,,,.,,......,.,.....,,.,. Walt McCullough
,,,,,.SoClaI Chairman..,..........,,mlack Babbill. lim CBHIOUSTTG
.,,,,,,..Librarian, ,William lonez, Cordon Scraggrn
,Pledge Father ..,.....,, ,, , .....,......,,,, George Wehrnhoff
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Lieutenant Commander .. .Harry Mansfield
Treasurer .. ,,,,.,, .,,,. . ...Phil Hanson
Corresponding Secretary. .Ross Bischoff
Recorder.. ,.., . .
Andreason, Bruce '51
Angeline, Robert '50
Baker, Milbert '51
Barker, Grant '50
Bischoff, Ross '49
Bremner, Sandy 'FO
Caddey, Charles '52
Carlson, Richard '50
Clark, Floyd '52
Day, Barlow '52
Filkins, Vern '52
Fowler, James '51
Gass, Richard '50
Gislce, Kenneth '52
Gustafson, Art '50
Hansen, Philip '50
Hansen, Ralph '50
Landon, Richard '52
Lang, John '52
Larsen, John '51
Lochow, Donald '51
LaPore, Richard '49
Manley, Joseph '50
Martin, Larry '51
Mason, Howie '52
Mathewson, John '50
Middlebrook, Paul '50
Murphy, Harold '49
Nelson, Arthur '50
Nelson, Clarence '50
Nicholson, Dick '50
Norton, Philip '51
Perkins, Richard '49
Reimer, Cece '50
Rinker, Burton '51
Roe, Frank '50
Roierts, James '49
Rumbaugh, James '51
Shaughnessy, Jack '50
Stephens, Gene '51
Tamblyrl, Eldon '51
Tate, Terry '52
Taylor, Donald '51
Not pictured: Harvey de Carteret, Robert
Ellison, Richard Elmore, Richard Hender-
son, Gordon Hill, Glen Holmberg, Clay
Huntington, James Johnson, Ralph John-
son, William Kidd, Harry Mansfield,
Howie Meadowcroft, James Oakes, Ralph
Rowe, Robert Rule, Ed Wilson, George
Wolfe, Harold Wolfe, Warren Wood,
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DELTA DELTA DELTA:
Lois Anderson, '51
ALPHA TAU OMEGA:
George Babbitt, 'Sl
Mal Stevens, Grad.
Gerry Bennatts, '50
Stan Styner, '49
PHI GAMMA DELTA:
Bill Brasier, '49
Chuck Hories, '49
PHI DELTA TH ETA:
Charles Chandler, '50
Harry Hutchinson, '50
Ken Knott, '50
Lee Turnbull, '50
Mert Waller, '50
LAMBDA CHI ALPHA:
lack Gannon, '50
Bill Quast, '50
Bill Zylstra, '50
ALPHA CHI OMEGA:
Bettilou Goore, '52
Helen Hahn. '50
Rhea Riehl, '50
Bob Higgins, '51
Howard Martin, '49
KAPPA ALPHA THETA:
Betty Gundstrom, '50
SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON
Marlin Moore, '50
BETA THETA PI:
A. Walt Olson, Grad.
Bill Plummer, '51
PHI SIGMA SIGMA:
Lenore Secord, '49
Gloria Swanberg, '51
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Bob Danell, '50, Phi Delta Theta: Gloria Ellexson, '50, Zeta Tau Alpha: Don Ellis, 50, Delta Chi:
lack Erck, '49, Alpha Tau Omega: Dolores Gutowski, '50, Sigma Kappa: Len Kalapus, Sl, Lambda
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Nicholson, '51, Delta Delta Delta: Chuck Rohrs, '49, Lambda Chi Alpha:
Epsilon: Georgeanna Thompson, '50, Alpha Phi: Ingwald Thompson, '5
Westby, Grad., Sigma Alpha Epsilon.
I, Phi Delta Theta: Virginia
lim Sulenes, '50, Sigma Phi
0, Phi Delta Theta: Roger
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Garrard, James ,,,,,,,.,,,...,... 30,
Gee, Willard . .,,,,Y, ,
Baisinger, Wilbur , W28, l03, l42 Gibbs, E. Delmar ,,,, lO, 26, 34,
Bankg, Gerard ,,,,A ,,,,,, 2 l, 39, 8l Ciiske, Rod A.,..,,,,,,,,,,, 34, lO6,
Battin, Charles ,.,. ,,.,,. 3 6, 40, 90 Glenn, Kenn ,,,,,, . .............., .
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Bell, Edna-Ellen ,,,, .,,,, A,,,.,,,, 3 4 Heinrick, John ,,,,,,,,,,,. 34, l06,
Bennett, Doris ,,,.,...,,,,..,.,,.... 30, 88 ,,,,......... .,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,-A-, l 22,
Bird, Harry ,,.,,,,, 34, lO6, ll5, l29 l'lOlI'T16S, Margaret , ,,,,.
Blumenthal, Albert ,.,,...,,,,.,. 36, 40 Hora. Dorothy ,,,,,,,,, .,,..,,,,..,,
Bond, Alice ,,,,,,,,,., ,,.,,, 3 4 Jacobsen, Leonard .,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
Burmeister, Theresa ...... 34 Jaeger, Julius -,Y-----VfV----- 30. 3l
Butler, Edward .,.., ..,,.,,,.,,, 3 O J-3ml9SOf1. Lyle 4,---------------ff-VVf---,-
Button, Jean ..
Capen, Ellery ,,,..
Carruth, Willis .,,,
Carter, John ,,,..,,,,
Chubb, Frances ,,,,,,
Clark, Ella Mai .,,,
Cowell, John ,,,,,,,,,
Drushel, Lyle Ford
Duke, Faye .,,,,,,,,
Enright, Jack ,,,,,,,
Fehlandt, Phillip ,,
Fossum, Helen ,,,,,
Fossum, Paul ..,,,,,,,
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Jones, Martha Pearl
Lantz' John .,,,,,,,
Magee, John ....
Mahnkey, Ray .,,,,,,,,.,. 34, lO6,
Miller, Christian ,,,,,
Morgan, Murray ,,,,
Murtland, Hal ..,.,,
Mutty, Christine .,.,,
Myers, Marian ,,,,
Myles, Margaret ,,,,.
Frederick' Arthur ,
Gardner, Robert ,,,,,, ,,,,,, 3 6 N9lSOn, Martin ,,,... ..32
O'Connor, John ,,,,,,
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Olson, Walter .,,,,,,,,
Ostransky, Leroy ....
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Phillips, John ,,,,,...,,
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Powell, Raymond ,,,,,,,,.. 2l, 26
Rasmussen, Ivan ,,,,,,,,,,,..,,.,,,.,,,
Rau, Weldon ,,,,,,,.,,,,.........,.......
Regester, John ..,.., l7, Zl, 8l,
Riehl, Bernice ,,,,....................,,,
Rosenthal, Manuel ,,,,, H29
Seward, Raymond ,,,, ,..,,,,,
Shelmidine, Lyle ,,,.
Slater, James .,,,,,,,,
Smith, D. Robert ,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,. ,
Smith, Richard ,,,,.,.
Sprenger, Robert ,,,,,, ,,,, l 4, 32
Stell, Harley ,,,,,..
Sullivan, Carolyn ,,
Tate, Helen .,...,.,,,,... ...,,,..,,.,,,,
Thompson, R. Franklin ..6, 7, l0
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Van Cilder, Helen ,,,,
Vaught, Raymond ,,,, .,,,,,,,,,,,,,
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'A'-' Annas, Ed ,,,,,,,.,,,,,, ,,,,,, l 30, l46 Barnes, Edwin .,Y,.,.Y, ...... l 46
Adair' Ken ----- Ywfi, fi'--,, 8 5 I 88 Anselone, Philip ,,.,,,,,, ,,.,..,, l 43 Barotsky, William ,,,,,, ,.....,.... l Z8
Adams' Edwin U ------ 163 Armstrong, William ...... ,....... 4 4 Barton, Vernace ,,,,,, ,....,,.. 4 4 l57
Adkins, Rex Afriw --b-,- 4 4 Arnold, Donna ...... ..... 7 8, l56 Battig, Burr ,,,,,,,,,,,,..,,,. l2, 58 '48
Adler, Bm -W'WV---Wff-YYAA-Yw'------------ 163 Askari, Rafid ,,,,.,,,. ,,,,.,,, 4 4 Battin, Yvonne ,,,,.,.,.,...............
Albertson, Barbara ,...,,,,.,.... 68, l57 """"""" 58' 65' 8" 90' 9' '56
Aliment, Lindy ........ 115, 146, 162 -8- '3ea'dS'eY- D665 aaaaaaaaaaaa-a'- '54- '57
Allen, Robert ,...........,,,r...... 58, l6O Babbit, John ,,,,eee, 58, l3l, 164 Beck- Laffy, -a---'--a,A'4--- aaaa-aa A Y- 3'
Allen, Robert ....,.,.,.......,....,...,,, l64 Baeer, Stanley ,eee e.,..,,e...,..,.,.. 4 4 Becky- 'V'a"a" --'-'-4r-aaaaaaa 94
Allen, William .,...... 42, 44, 81, 104 Baelen, Pauline ,,.,e .ee,.eeeeeee. 1 57 56" ,B-2"5a'f' -r -------- 58- 98 '57
Alphin, James .................... 44, l63 Badger, Bob ..,.... ...... l 49, l6l Belsvlk' Joe' """"' """"' 4 4 '64
Althuser, Ernie ........,,..,............. l28 Baker, Milbert .......................... l65 Bennett' Jack ""' """ 6 6 '64
Alvarado, Michael ..............,..... 44 Baker, see .555....5555.,5555a1a5a,a5aa,a,, 156 BW' D666 -a--aa aa-aaf 5 8 '64
Anderson, Clayton .... 44, 81, 82,162 Balareze, Ed 66, 72, 18, 81, 104, 164 Befgf Robef' ----' -----ee ' 64
Anderson, Gordon ....,,........ 68, 85 Ball, owagnl ,eee,,,,,,,,eeee.,,,.e.,.... 160 BUSQS' Me" -'------ ----r ' 64
Anderson, Jaels ,...,, 0........ 1 64 Ball, Robert ,,err.e.eeeeeeeeereeee l45, 162 Be'g'6"' A"d'eW rrrr- r---- ' 43
Anderson, Janet .... .,.......,.,..Y l 56 Banday, Don ...... ,,,,,,. l 3l Berland' Bud """" """' ' 6'
Anderson, Lorraine ,,,,..,. l4O, l56 Barber, Martha .,...,,,,,,,.,,,,,,.,..... l58 Bertram' Donald """""A"""' 58 '6'
Anderson, Pauline .,,,,..... 58, l57 Barber, Michael ,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,....,. l6O Beyer' James --------'4'-"'------'--f f- 58
Anderson, Wells .,.,,e,,....,... 146, l62 Barclay, Donald ssss 31, 58, l3l, 164 Bifnel, Ear' -aaaaa--aa 58- 131. T46 V62
Andreason, Bruce ........ 80, l28, l65 Barkaloo, C-racia .,,,,,,..,,..,,,,,,.,,,, l56 B'5C"'0ffl ROSS ----rr-r 44. 88, 90 '55
Angeline, Robert 76, l22, l23, l65 Barker, Grant ,,l3, 55, 85, l43, l6S Bl8Cl4, Paddy ........,,,,,.......,,,,a., 159
Angell, Robert ......,,.,,, 68, lOO, l3l Barkost, Betty ,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,.,,. 44, l58 Blanusa, Lloyd ,,,, 58, l22, I46 l62
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Blaser, Phyllis ,,w,A,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Brown, Robert ..... ...,,.,.... 4 5 Carr, Jane ...... 15, 31 45, 98 157
134, 135, 144 156 Brown, Warren .....,.58 164 Carstensen, Gus .. 59
Blagkowgky, Carl ,,,,4,A,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 161 Brubaker, Shirley ...... ....... 9 8 156 Carter, Fred ....,..... ...... 5 9 160
Blevins, Bruce 122, 131, 146 162 Brush, ROl'J6I'l ........ .......A 4 5 Carter, RlCl13fCl .... ........ 1 28
Bliglq, Richard ,,,,.,.,.,,,,,,,,,,,A,,,, 44 Bryant, Earl ..,......,,........ ....,, 4 5 Casteel, Dorothy .,,,, .... 1 57
Bgd, Curtis ,,,,,,,, ,,,A,,A,AA,,,,, 5 3 Brynesfad, Joyce .....,.......,...,... Chairovano, Dick ,,... ,,,..,. 1 64
Booonnorn, Otto ,,,.,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,, 144 '-----------'-A---e- 941 1011 140 153 Chang, Su Yang .... .,.A.,..... 1 48
Bodine, Roy .............. 115, 146 162 BUCK B011 -V-H--------e-14-b----4-------- 163 Chapman, Tim ...........e..A.., 131 164
Boftigery Lorraine -,.,,,,,,,,,,,,, 70 157 BUS' Marion """' 45 Chase, Keith ..... .,,..,,, 4 5, 82
Bong, Haroid 1,A,A .,,Y,VA 1 31 152 Bueschefi Jack ----- 123 Chovil, Donald .,,,. ,...... 6 5 131
Bowdeyii Lee -'-"Y Y-"--'--- 5 8 Burchettv Delores --- "r Chovil, VBV1 ,,,,,,,... ...... . ...
Bower, Edith ,V,,,,,,,,,, V,V,V,,,,, 1 40 13UfCl1f1e1C1r 11011911 ----- e---e- 1 15 Chovil, William ,,,.,, .1.1. 1 43 160
Bowman, Howard ,-,,, YA,,,, 4 4 160 Bl-114113111 Be11Y --f-------- ff-fff-f-f- 1 58 Christensen, Donald ................. 59
Boyie, iyiaodie ,,,,,,, V,,,,,, 5 8 Burrows, Richard -----4 ------- 5 8 167 cnr1S1onSon,so11y Ann 59, 135 144
Brady, Byron ,.,,., ---- 1 S1 BU11g31'1- 1-50 -----"---- "'r"' 4 5 99 Christie, Joyce ......... ..Y.Yv...Y... 1 58
Brady, R, Q, -,,,.A,-,,A ,,,,--------- 4 4 Church, Robert .... ,,,,.,, 1 60
Bremmer, Sandy ,,,,,..,A.,,,,,,,, 58 165 ici C131'eYr Nadlfle 4'--- --fAf- 2 4 134
Brornnor, Don ..,.,..,..,. 58, 148 151 CaddeYrC11a'1eS --rr- 80 165 Ciofk. Fioyd .,,1.. .....,, 1 65
Brcmner, Doris ,,,,,,,rr,,,,,,,A,,,,,,,, 148 Ca1110Ue11e1 James """"""" 58 1641 Clark, George ,--- ,f-- 1 46
Broom, Delores ,,,, 14, 83, 98 149 Ca11a11a'1- B1Y111e ---' ""-"ii'i 1 47 Clerk, Leon .11,1... rrri 9 4
Brigonv Donald ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 44 Ca11aWaY- Vernon ' 58 Clark, Warren ...... ....,, . 143
Briffain, Patsy -,----- Y 45 Campbell, A'11'1U1 -- """'r"' 58 Clayton, Aubrey ...,.. ...... 4 5 143
Brock, Joanna ,,,, -,-- 1 58 C3mP13e111 Gerard -"-r---""-"-"' 160 Clem, Bob .,....,...,,.........,,........ 163
Brooke, Bruce ,,,, ,,,,,,,, 1 60 Campbell Kel'lne1l1l 90 160 Clernensen, Christine .,..,.,........
Brooks, Gordon ,,,,,, S8 161 Campbell' Peggy "" """""' 1 51 r-r--r---r--4r---r------ 12, 94, 98 157
Brooks Delmar 160 Carbone' Rose AYAV -1'-"' 5 8 159 C0ClY1 D01'131C1 r-r- -------r-4-r---r--- 5 9
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Brouillet, Frank ,,,, ,,,,,,, 1 22, 164 Carlson' Doreen 'i--.----'wYf-- b----' 1 45 C0165 D011 --r-------- r----- 5 9 148
Brguillef' Wiiiiam ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 154 Carlson, Richard v----"A7--,---------y- Collins, James ...... ....., 5 9 163
Brown, Eugene ..., 58, 75, 153 164 ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 115, 14 146 165 Combs Roberfa ----r -rA-r-r- 1 58
Brown, Richard 107, 122, 146, 167 Carlson, Robe-rl ....,,.....rr-.r-- 1 ll 145 Combs, 1'1e1'1991'1 ---r- ----- 1 64
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Cooper, Joan ..,,,,... ......,,,,,,,.,,. 5 9 Demerg, Don o,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,....,,,. 162 Ellexson, Gloria ,, ....,,. 12, 65 167
Cooper, Mary Lou .....,,, 59, 76, 156 Demko, Robert ,v,,,,., 114, 115, 162 Ellis, Don ,,,..,.,.,. ..,,.., 1 22 167
Copple, Betty Jo ,,,.,... 85, 134, 135 Dickenson, Ken ,,.,...,,,..........,... 163 Ellis, Margaret ...... ,..... 5 9 156
Corley, Gilbert ,,..... .....,,,,,,... 4 5 Dickson, John .....,,,,,.......,,,,,.,,. 59 Elmore, Richard ,.... ....,.. 1 44
Corliss, Jean ,..,... .....,,,,,,. 9 8, 158 Dieatrick, Aleatha 45 134, 142, 156 Elwell, Thomas ..... ........,. 7 4
Cousins, Joyce .... ,,,,,... 7 6, 90, 159 Dinsmorc, James ,,,,..,,,,.,.... 59, 164 Engberg, Roger ....,,. 131 162
Cox, Mercedes ,,,.....,,..,..... 144, 156 Doan, Emma .......,.,,,,,..........,,,, Engle, Corrine ,.... .,..... 1 34 156
Crabs, Richard .............. 70, 73, 104 -A------ 31- 45- 134 135- 142- 157 Engio, Larry l,,,cc ,,s,...... 1 63
Crawford, Nancy ,....,...,.,,cccccc.,, 152 Doon- Raymond -----"c-cce----1--- 45- 146 Englund, Wes , .cc,,...,, 46
Creso, Irene .....,,,.,,,,,,.,,,,c,..ccc.., 142 Dobbs- Mow ------------- ------ 1 59 Ercic, John ,,,,,o o,o,c. 4 6 167
Crews, Janos ,,o,.,.... 129, 130, 160 Doohoffv- Loofefo foofo ---- 5 9 Erickson, Bill oor..,... ,... 1 48
Crowell, Bernard .oo...o..,...... 45, 162 Doo- Poffioia -----4- ------- 1 59 Erickson, Donna ,,,,,, ,ooo 1 57
Cullen, Doug ,,,......................,.. 85 Dohoffv- 14211111 ------ --------- 1 58 Erickson, Les .,,,,,,.r.....,., ,,c.,,, 1 45
Cunningham, William ,',,,, A.,A, 1 60 Drake, Edward .... .,,,. 1 31, 164 Ernst, Gretchen -'f'iA--.-------'-'--iv
Cunningham, Vfayng Ylklw ,,--- 1 DTBUE, 1'181'OlCl .,,c... ,.....,.. 1 .,,. 46, 83,
-D'- Drues, Richard .... ,,.,,,. 9 O, 141 Ernst, James ....,,,..,,,,,,..o.,.... 94 160
Drum, Marorie ,,,,. ,,,c., 5 9 Evans, James ,,.,...,,,,.,, ..,, 4 6
Dakin, Richard ..,.. ....,. 5 9, 161 DuBois, Max ,-.,,-A ,-,- 4 5 -F-
Daria, Robert ,,,... ,,,,.,,. 1 62 Dolin, Kenneth ,,,,,, ..,. 5 9
Dancu, Robert ,,,.,,..,,..,,,,,,,, 59, 167 Dunn, glen ,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,, 5 9 Fobulichr Jack -'rrcn- ----rrfnn- 1 54
Di-1hi6lSOr'1, Don -,,.............,-..,,.. Duvall, Margaret ,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,, l 58 Falrfax' George """"""" 59 161
59, 129, 130, 131, 162 Durkeey Joyce W-152, 157 Falk, Eugene 46
Davenpgrf, Ellen ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 158 Falk, Richard .,...... 24, 26, 46, 82
Davies, Paul QH-,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 131 -Ei Farrell, Beverly .,........ 46, 134 159
Davila, Jackie .,.. .. 24 Earle, Marian .,,... 59, 89, 134, 158 F3519 Norm -------------------------o- 128
Davis, Albert .,.... ..... 4 5 Eastwood, Art .,......,,......,.,....-.. 163 Fawcett, Ben ------------ 130- 131 152
Davis, Pamela .,.,..,.. ..,,,.,,... 1 57 Ebert, Clarence ....,,...,,,...--... 59, 161 FeC1'1140- Richard ---- ----------- 1 2 141
Davisson, William ,,... ..,.,,.. 6 8, 90 Eccles, Raymond .....,.......4.......- 143 F11l41f1S- Vern ------ ------- 1 65
Day' Barlow ,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 65 Eckert, Richard 13, 16, 45, 97, 160 Fincham. Robert ..... -.-. 1 22
deCarteret, Harvey .,,.,....... 111, 146 Eckstrom, Befje 4............-.......-.- 159 F11111'0C14- Kennefh --4- ---- 1 29
Delsanto, Frank .,...., ....,.,.... 1 64 El'1li, Adam ........... ...---.---...-..-- 5 9 1:15C1'191'- Dave --------- ---- 1 61
Fiske, Harriet ..,.... .....
Fitzpatrick, Sally ,,,,., .....
Force, Gale .........i ,,,,,,, , ,,
Fowler, James .....i .,,,,, 1 66
Fowler, Richard ..... ,..,,.,,.
Frame, David ...... ...,,,
Frank, Georgeann .
Frazier, Calvin ,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,
Frederick, Florence ,,,.,,,.,,,,,,,,,
Frederick, Ray .,..,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 59
Frederick, Richard ..56, 59, 74,
Fullager, Grace ,,,, 12, 94, 155
Funke, Catherine 46, 98, 143
Galteland, Olar .......,c,,.,,,. 144
Garland, Anita .. ....,.. 46, 94
Garland, Barry ,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,, 9 O
Garnett, Freda ,,,,, ,.,,,,,,,,,,
Garrison Robert .,... ,.....
Garrison, William .,,......
Gass, Richard ,.,.. ,,,,,,,, 6 O
Gastfield, Betty ,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,
Gebbers, William ,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,
Gee, Hollister ,,,AA, ,,,,,,,, 4 6
Gehri, Alfred .,,,, ,,,,,,,, 6 O
Gentle, Calvin ,, ,,,,,,,,a,,A, A,
Gianelli, Bill ..a..c.A,,,,,,,, 12, 60
Gibbs, Rod .,...,........,. 76, 122
Gilsdorf, Lester 260, 114, 115
Gilsdorf, Don ...., ...,....
Gingrich, Paul .,,..
Gipe, Charles ..,., ..,i.
Giske, Kenneth ..,. .....
Glenn, Donald ,..... ...,,....,..
Godfrey, Douglas , ,,,,,,, 60,
Gossard, David ,,,, ,,,.........
Gotchy, Clarence ,,,,.. .60,
Gould, Jack ........,. ,,..,.,,,,..
Greenwood, Don ,,,,, ,,,,,,,, 1 46,
Grosser, Janice ,.,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,
Gruenewald, Charles ,.i..ai,,,., 60,
Gruenewald, Mary .............,i...,.
Gudmundson, Jean .....,..,.......i.,.
14, 60, 65, 78, 149,
Gunderson, Orvind i,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
Gunderson, Wayne ,,,,,
Gundstrom, Betty ...., ,,,,,,,,,,,,
Gundstrom, Virginia ,,,,i,.. 134,
Gust, Milton .,.,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,
Gustafson, Art ,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,
Gustafson, Frank ,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,
Gustafson, Robert ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 46
Gustoski, Delores .,,.,,,. 60, 94
Hagemeyer, Jean 90, 134, 153
Hagen, Jane ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
15, 42, 46, 83, 98, 134, 147
Hager, Ed ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 73,
Hager, Warren ......,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
Haines, Harriet ,......,.. 60,
Halleck, Maurice ........ 70,
Haligan, Otho .,,, ,,,,,,, 4 6
Halverson, Ann .,..
Halverson, Ed .........
Hamelenain, Arvo ,,,,,,,,,,,,
Hammond, Richard ..,.,,,..,..
Hanberg, Lorraine .... 134,
Hansen, Arthur ....,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 46
Hansen, Beverly .,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
Hansen, Frederick ....,.,. 12, 47
Hansen, Philip ,,,,,, ,,,,,,,, 6 O
Hansen, Ralph ,,,,,, ,,,,,,,, 6 O
Hansen, Robert ,,,,,, ,,,,, 1 4
Hansen, Robert .,... ,.....
Harbert, Ray ,,,,,,,,A,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
Harris, Cynthia ............,,.,,,,,,,,,,
13, 15, 60, 80, 100
Harrison, Joan ..,.,,,,.
Hartzcll, Barton ,.,,.
Haskell, Frank ,.,, ,,,,,,
Haskell, Rachell 1,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
Has'am, Cameron .,,... 131,
Hazel, Don .,...,.
Heath, George ....,..
Hedges, Joseph ,.,1
Heggstrom, Milt .,...,.
Heintz, Bonnie ,,,,,,,,,,,, 24
Hein, Jeanne .a,, 89,
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Hendrickson, Ronald .,....
Henry, Donald ..........
Henry, Walter ,...... --,---
Hergert, Clinton ........,....Y.,.....
Hermsen, Richard ..,.,...,..... 107
Hersey, Carry ..122, 131, 146
Herzog, Allen ...,..... ................
Hespen, Naomi ...... .....4.. 6 O
Hibben, Edwin ....... .........,
Higgins, Robert .......................
Hill, Lorna ......,...,....................
15, 60, 76, 83, 94, 98
Hilton, Daphne ,......A..,.,..........
Hinds, Camilla ..,.... ......
Hinds, Carol ,........... ........,
Hitchcock, Howard .....,,..... 60
Hodges, Donald ..,,,...A,,,...,,,,....
Hodgson, Jackie .,,............,,, 65
Hoff, Donald ........,... 122, 146,
Holmberg, Jacqueline ...,.,.. 47
Holton, Leonard .,,..... ,,A,,,
Hughes, Edna May .,s..
Huhn, Betty-Anne .,,,,
Hume, Peggy .,,....
Hunt, Bruce ...., ,,,. ...,,..
Hunt, Heman .. ,,,.. ..
Hunter, Robert ....,
Huschke, Gwen ..,,,
Huston, Robert .....,... .......,..
Hutcheon, Steward ..... .......,A.-
Hutton, Holmes .......,.,...,...... 47
Hyatt, June .,.....,...........i....,,-- -.
15, 47, 65 98, 142
Jabusch, Tom .,...,....vvV .-.A--
Jecklin, Ceorgianne .,,... .....7
Jemio, Hector ,............,.....-..
Jensen, Betty Anne
Jensen, Diane ...... 60. 98, 143
Jensen, Dick ..........Y......YA....----
Hoerr, Noralee s,...,.
Hosberg, Bob .,,.
Hoffman, Chris ...,,.
Hoggatt, Verner ,,,.,.
Johnson, Beverly .,....,............
81, 82, 1
Johnson, Dona Joy .
Johnson, Ernest .,...
Homberg, Jacqueline ..,..,,,,,,,,,,, 47 Johnson, Evan -rrlg
Holt, Francis .,,...,.....,...,...,,s, 47, 152 Johnson GUS, ,,,,,,
Hoover, Galen ......,... ,,,,,,,,,, 4 7 Johnson, Jane 'A---
Hotes, Patricia .,,....,
Howe, Charles ..s. .
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Johnson, Jim ..,...,,.
Johnson, Lita .......,.
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Johnson, Mary Lou
Johnson, Robert ,,,.,
Johnston, Earle ....
Johnston, Ralph ...,,,,
Jones, Gordon ,.,,,.
Jones, Gwen ,.,,,,
Jonez, William ,....,is
Joslin, Helena .......,.
Justice, Robert ...,,....
Justice, Sidney ,s.......
Kaija, Stan ...,.. ......
Kalapus, Len ,,,.
Kari, Juho .,.......,.,,..
Keilman, William .,.. ,,
Kelly, Paul .,......,....
Kennedy, Robert ,...
Kennell, Kenneth .,,.
Kensler, Nadine ....s,
Kepka, Brian ,,,,.,,...
Kessler, Alice ,.....
Key, David ...,,....,...
Keyser, Eleanor ,,,,,,,
Kezich, Patricia ..70,
Kidd, William ........,
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Kinnane, Shirlee .,,,.....,,,.,,.,t.,.
15, 76, 83, 100, 147
Kinrod, Anna ,.t..,,,,,,,,,......,. 48
Kloepper, Gloria t,t.,,,......,,. 104,
Knapp, Jack ..v,,,,,.. 42, 48, 55
Knutzen, Noreen ,,,..,,,,,,... 152
Kowalski, William ,,,, 100, 109
LaChapelle, Ed tt.,,,,
Lahey, Florence .,,,
Landon, Richard ,,,,,,
Lane, Ed ,......,.,,,,
Lang, John .,,,.,,.,.
Langabeer, Janet ....,,,,,,,,,
Langlow, Ken .,,,,,,,...
Langlow, Stan .... 60,
Lantz, James ,...,,,,,,,,.,,.,
Larsen, John ,,,,t,1,,,
Larsen, Sherwood ,,,,, ,.
Larson, Dale .,,,..,.,,,,,..,,,.
Larson, June .,,,,,,, 48,
Larson, Marland ,,,,.t.. 48
Lee, William .,,,,
Leggee, Jack .,,.
Richard ,1...,,. 48
Leland, Lois ,.,, ,..... 1 4 149 Luzzi, James ,,1,, L60
Lemley, Patti ,,,,,, ......,.,. I 56 Lynch, Robert ,,,. ,,,,.1. 6 O
Lenzi, Arnold .....,,.,,,,,.....,. 60 160 1-Yon' R013E1'1' -f--, -V49
Levin, Richard A,,.,,...,,,,,,......,,,, 48 Lyster- Herrold ------A-- --A--'--
Lewis, Harry ,,,,,, 80, 98, 100 160 ,M1
Lewis, Richard ,,,,..,,,, 60, 125, 160 MacDonald' John -Af--A--------,,-A-
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Lieu, Li Shen ,,,,,,t 48, 55 148 Mandell, Donna ...... 140, 147
Light, Ken .,,. .ff-----.--,-f- 1 61 Manke, Miriam ,,,,,,,,,,,, 15, S5
Light, Mel .,,,,1..,,,,. ..,,,,,..,...,, 1 46 Manley, Joe ,....,,.,,,,t.t.,...s,s, 60
Liles, Frank ,,..,,,,,,...,...,,,,....,, 60 Mann. Wayne 125. 130, 146
Lindstrom, Nanette .... 89, 134 156 Mansfield, Harry .....................
Linthicum, Barbara .,,,,....,,. 60 153 1V1af1fhe1.A11ef ----- --
Lister, Maxine ...,,,.....,,,,....,,..,. Marlerr Fred frfr ff ff
15, 48, 55, 99, 142, 143 159 Marr. William
Livingston, Dennis .,,.,...,.,,.... 60 161 Marfemr Tom' -'--- ---'--
Lockstone, Doreen , ...,,,, 48 Martin, Howard ------ ---------- -
Lochow, Donald ,,,,.... ,,.....,,, 1 65 Martin. L3"'Y -----' ----A-- 1 3
Lowenstein, Walter ....,,....,. 48 143 Mafflni Joseph fff--- ------A--f-
Lgnergani Dorothy ,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,, 1 42 Marhneau- George ----- 111
Long, Carole 'V7V-,---wwv AAA- 1 59 Marvik, Gordon ..... ,,,,,,, 6 O
Longmire, William ,,,,,.. ..1.1.. 1 46 Mason, Howie Y-..V..
Loomis, Gregory ,,,, ...,,, 6 0 163 M31'119WSOV1, J011ri ........ ..6O
Lgper, Roy ,,,.,,,, ,,,,,,, 1 29 lVl3X1I'1, Nlarlan .,,,...,,... 85, 87
Lovejoy, Delores ,,,t, ...,.,, 1 57 May, Raymond ,,4---------.Y.Y-AAA4--
Lowney' Jack ,,,,-, 60 162 McConnaughey, Gordon ,,,,,..
Lowrie, Annie ,,,, -,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 48 lVlCCOl'l'y, John ..........L,...... 146
Ludwig' Janice --,,,,,,,,-,--,--,,-,,, McCulloch, Fern ..,,,..,....,.....,.,
15, 48, 65, 97, 99 159 McCullough, Walt ..,...60, 131
Lutz, Marleen ............,r........... 157 McDonald, Sterling .......t..,... 62
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Mclntyre, Lucy .,,,,
McKay, Herb ...,,,
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McMullin, Donald ,,,,,, ,,,,,,, 6 2,
McNeill, Claire ,,,,.,,
McNelly, Beverly A,,.
Medak, Thomas .,,.
Medlock, Robert ,,,,
Mellish, Wiley ....
Merrill, Ann ......... .,..,,,,,.,,, 4 9,
Merrill, Mildred .,,,,,,.,,,.,,,..,.,,.
Meyer, Dean ..,....r,.r, 131, 146,
Middlebrook, Paul .,,.,..,....,r.,r,
Miller, Neal ..........
Miller, Ronald ,,,,,,,
Millette, Rollo .,,.,,,.,
Mills, Robert 83, 100,
Minchau, Etna .........
Miraldi, Robert ,,,,
Miskoski, Frank ,,,,,,
Mitchell, Warren ,,
Moberg, Pearl ......
Mobley, C Melvin ,
Mock, Jessie ..,,.,..,
Montague, Don .,,,.,,
Moon, Mary Louise
Moore, Mary ,,,,.,,,,,,,,
Morgan, Jean .,,.. U24, 72,
Morrison, Charles ,,,.,...,..,.. 141
Morrison, Robert ....,..... 12, 62
Morse, Mollie ,.,.....,,,........... 49
Mortellaro, Alexander ,...,,,,,, 55
Mortenson, Roland .,,..,....,...,.ss.
Morton, Marcella 62, 134, 143
Mozel, Donald ,,,a,,.,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,
Murphy, Harold ,,,,
Murray, Margot ,,,,.
Myhre, Lloyd .....s,s,,,.ss,
Neeley, Rae Jeanne ,,,, 14,
Neirnela, Edna ....,,,
Nelson Arthur ,,,,.
Nelson Dale .... 40
Nelson, Gloria ..,,,,,,
Nelson Laurel ,,.,,
Nicholas, Nick .,,.,,,,., 62,
Carl ..,,., 56
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Norton, Phil ,,,,.,.
Nugent, Henry .,,,,,
Oakes, James ,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,, 115
O'Brien, Kim ,...,,..., 143, 152
O'Connor, Dennis ,,,,,,,,,L,,,,,, 49
Ogden, Annette ...,,, ,,,,t,, 9 8
O'l'laleck, Anthony ,,,, AL,L,,,a
Olson, Morton ,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,
Olson, Pauline ,,,.,,,,,A,,,,,,,,,, 62
Opgenorth, Robert ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
Oquist, Robert 13, 49, 90, 129
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Overholt, Clifford ,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,
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Peterson, Gayle .,,,, ,,,,, 1 52 Reyes, Victorlano 148 Ryder, Jack .,,,,,,,, ,..,, . M 149
Peterson, Howard ..,,,,,,. ,,,,,, 6 2 161 Rhea, Lester ..,,,,, ,, 160 S
Peterson, Janis ,,,,,,,r, , ,,,,,,,,, 159 Richardson, James H 144 --
Peterson, Robert .,,,,,., 62 144 164 Richardson, Joyce ,,,, ,,,,,, , Y, 157 Salatino, Dick VYV4, Y-.fv..fV.- .-.-v.. 1 4 6
Petrich, Carol Sue ,, ,134, 135 159 Richey, William .....,Y,,Y,.......VVV,V, SBFIWDSOVT, -l01'1l'1 56, 65, 81. 82 147
Phillipg, Earl e,ee,e ,e,e , ee,e,ee,, 1 61 --'- 62. 32. 122. 123- 145- 152 Sanders, Yvonne ,,e,e,.. 12, 104 159
. . . Riehl, Nancy ,,,...,,,,,,,,,,,.., 104, 159
Phllllpg, I-Q15 ,V,,Y,, ,,Y,A, 5 O 156 H I 2 Safer, ROlD6I'f ..,,Y 122 146
pO11Om, Norman I eeeee,,,ee 146 Rfe1""- Rolfeff Eugene -----'e-eeee 16 Satterlee, Herb eeeree ....,,eeeee 6 3 164
Pond, Henry eeee eee, 1 O9 146 RMS" 8115011 '66666666 '1A"'6666 I 123 Saul, William .eeeee ....,,,,,,.,,...,. 1 62
Porter, Jack ,YY,,,A-A,,,,,,Y,,,,V,Y,Y,. 83 Rmker' 13013611 """"""""" ' Schaller, Patricia ,,,,.... 63, 103 158
Potter, Ruth Ann .,,,.,e,,,,e,,,.e,,., Robbms' 1105911 107' 115 Schieler. Lercy 9 .fY-aVVVVA..f,fa.YYfa 9 146
50, 83, 93 134 158 Robeffsr 135155 450- 165 5611,-mar, Lorna ,e 149 158
Pratt, Patrick I1..,,,,e,, 9, 9.50 160 110116115001 Ffeffli eeea e--eaa- 621 146 sehore, Laurine ,,,,,e,,ee,, 39, 94, 159
Prechek, Barbara ,,,,, ..,,,, 5 0 134 Robgrfson- W'll'am '78' 164 Schuler, Lavonne .,,,,,r. 94, 97 156
Prescott, Harold e,,.,,,,, e.eee 6 2 164 Robinson- R'C15a'd A efaaa' 50 schur, Dorothy o 63, 93, 155 157
Price, Ray .....V99,99Y99,99,9,,,,......Y. 99 ROb11'1SOn' W1111am """" 50 Schweinler, Dorothy r,,,,.,,.,,,,,r..
Pringle, sue , ,5,5,, 103 134 159 ROC14W8v. 1-Ofavne 4 -4'-'44 621 159 e,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,., 1 4, 50, 149 157
proyorv Sidney YVVV WM-.62 144 Rogers, Larry ,,,,, 146 Scraggin, Cordon ,,,, ,.100, 141 164
puddicombev Elaine iW75 104 156 Roe, Frank ,,,,,,, ,,,, 6 3, 165 Seaman, Wayne ,,,.,.....,,,,,,,, 63 160
Putnam Miles SO Rohrs, Charles ,, 50 Seelye, Wes ,,,,,,,, 51
pyfer' Frederick Y 50 Roley, Leslie ,,,A , ,,,, ,,,,,, , 161 Seitsinger, Dannic H51 163
Ross, Burt ,,,,,,,,,,, 107, 146 Sernrnern, Don .,,,,, ,,,,. 1 30 131
-Ri Ross, Dorothy ,,,,,,,, 72, 85, 89, 104 Sernmern, Henry .,,,,, ,,r.,,, 1 2
Roundtree, Elenor 134, 158 Sermon. Don ....,Y,,,,, ,.,,,,, 5 0
R3D1'1-391, Louis ..9,.9 H ...VVV 68 85 Rowe, Barbara ,,,,,,,,,,,, 50, 101, 103 Sepetoski, Wilbur ,,,,, ,63 164
Raver, Leonard ,9,.. ..,999,9999,.,.. 8 1 Rowe, Don ,,,,A.rr,,,,,,,,,,o,,,,,,,,,,,,, 149 Seymour, Dan ,,,,,,. ,,.,,., 9 O
Rector, Bruce .Y,. .,,.Y,, 6 8, 90 160 Rumbaugh, James ,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,, , 165 Sloiaff, Donald ,,,A., ,,,, 5 1
Reed, Ruthie .. ,,,,,,,,,..,. 24 Rogg, Bernice ,,,,, 598, 153 Shannon, Larry ,,,,, .,,,,, , 51
Reed, Virginia . .,,,,,,,,,,,, 159 Rusk, Betty ,,1,,,,, 134, 158 Sharp, John ,,,I.,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,., 94 163
Rees, Dave , . ,,,,,,,,,,,. 50 147 Rutledge, Tom ,,,, ,,,,,,, 7 O, 151 Shattuck, Ethel ,,,,,,r. 101, 140 157
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158 Sullivan, William .,,,..
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1,58 Tangora, Sam ,,,,,, H52
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161 Termin, Beverly ,,,,,,,,
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146 Thompson, Nancy ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
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160 Thurber, Jackie ,...,,,,,,,,,,,, 103
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