University of Puget Sound - Tamanawas Yearbook (Tacoma, WA)

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Ref, wg, W,.,.s, Q, M Mm Xfhla Q 3261: M, My fp 4 S M bv fxvwf Mm - ,. qi A f,,,gfN: 1- er f4,,:'?Hwg M--QV 2 ,Sc-Q MQ' Nz , X :QM 'V f M nav 4 .NNN Q Aer- - .V gn, ,,?f.m:0 -4 ,-:fs '93 aywf '23 Ks- np Yi wi- , 2" ,., 4' 'MLA-' "q"""A"3?e,12"A,:,C?kf"Q'5f1.-1a,zf:fufx fm 1. rn.. y2yu,:x,,.M f 112252, 01.9 Wfmxw ',i'3"" X -. 173'---fu ,1"wfQ5w2fff?fiS2.'F 'f l - . W Pi 1 W' M 922 A. , , 1 1 M an -u u I Sv' S mx. N.- 22 95? VL 1 1 1 , N. AIQQ Jmfff R. Franklin Thompson A.M., B.D., Ph.D., L.L.B. President of the College As "Tamanawas" means dedication to the highest, so the College of Puget Sound seeks to make available to her students the best in education. Here awakening youth finds association with great minds, high ideals, and a way of life which creates opportunities for tomorrow. 1950 records the close of the College's sixty-second year. lt also means graduation for nearly three hundred seniors. As these sons and daughters of the maroon and white go out, they leave a touch of sadness within the heartg but at the same time they leave us their joy of achievement for work well done. We shall follow their careers with personal interest because we see in them leadership for today. The College of Puget Sound is proud to have an influence in the moulding of the destiny of our age. -.,. e H- Lyle Ford Drushel, A.M. Raymond Leo Powell, Ph.D Dean of Women Dean of Men JOHN DlCKINSON REGESTER Ph.D., S.T.B. Dean of the -College Administration Mrs. Marian Herstrom Miss Marlys Wallace Mrs. Georgeanna Thompson Miss Jeanne Shugard Secretary to the Secretary to the Dean Secretary to the Secretary to the President Dean of Men Dean of Women The administrators of the college, President Thompson, Registrar Dick Smith, Dean Reges- ter, Dean Drushel, Dean Powell, and Mr. Banks, worked hard during the year to see that the college functioned properly. They helped the college family to register properly, solved their various problems, counseled and guided them, made out the college calendar, collected their money, and answered the num- erous questions presented by students through- out the day. Besides his many duties as col- lege president, Dr. Thompson again became the official "crowner" of the campus queens, and in her office in the SUB, Mrs. Drushel was housemother for Kittredge Hall residents and watched over the activities there during the day, The administrators kept their re- spective secretaries and office staffs con- tinually busy throughout the day, sorting, filing, and typing the miscellaneous articles which passed through their offices. Miss Cafhie Reed Mrs. Carol L. Angst Ke,-1-fu Kahn GERARD BANKS, A.M Bursar RICHARD D. SMITH, A.B. Registrar Secretary to the Purchasing Agent , Secretary to the Kenneth Campbell Bursar Registrar Assistant Registrar Art n Frances F. Chubb Kenn Glenn Edward Haines B.F.A. A.B. M.A.E. Biology l Gordon D. Alcorn James R. Slater Helen Van Gilder Ph.D. A.M., M.Pd. B.S. A class in sculpture. 28 , K ., K . i ' , 1 i i i l I i Juanita Walters Lynn Wentworth A. M. A. M. Business Administration fi. ii' ' ' . I Charles T. Battin Ellery S. Capen Pll-D- M.B.A. The Art department occupies five rooms in Jones Hall and most of "A" wing in South Hall. Exhibits in the two art galleries are tre- quently changed, and they sometimes contain internationally famous paintings. Through a grant from the Carnegie Corporation, the art library has now a collection ot art books and prints of famous paintings. Students on trips in the Biology department during the year collected new specimens for addition to the rapidly growing Puget Sound Museum of Nat- ural History. The museum, which occupies the top floor of the science building, contains Business Administration and Economics 1 Q . Jack Enright William L. Cross David Lyle Jamieson Paul R. Fossum Hal D. Murtland A.B., M.B.A. A.B. A.B., LL.B. Ph.D. A.B., LL.B. Chemistry , ..., ,,,,, I A 1 rf 1 b 3 l 1 ' 5 V l i l ' W I 1 1 i . M f f D Orin Tl'l0mPS0l'l Willis Carruth Philip R. Fehlandt Claude McCormick Robert D. Sprenger A-B-, B.Ed. M.S. Ph.D. M.S. A.M., M.Pd over l2,000 specimens of various variety. The B.A. and Economics departments contain al- most one-third of the school's departmental majors. Courses have been reorganized to provide for a graduate study leading to a master's degree, and courses now offered in the two departments will be expanded to allow for growth and further training. The Chemistry department aims to give science majors the proper fundamentals to develop their own thinking, and to give an under- standing of chemistry today to the students taking the course to fulfill college require- ments. Freshman chemistry laboratory. Education English V ,,,, ,- , F i Edward Delmar Gibbs Raymond l-- Powell Doris B. Bennett Edward H. Butler Faye Duke Ph.D. Ph.D. D A.M. A.M. M.Ed. French n,n n f 6 mane nAnn. . Z :.-: f ' 1. X Edward Hungerford Julius P. Jaeger Murray Morgan Marian June Myers Helen Fossum M.A. Ph.D. M.S. A.B. Ph.D. Out in the field in a class of surveying. This year the Education department offered a program for the training of elementary teach- ers. This program was made available when the state legislature repealed the law pro- hibiting the granting of more than one type of teaching certificate from any one school. The English and Literature department offers a basic background for either the teaching or the everyday use of the courses offered. The Geology department offers the standard aca- demic courses and this summer will offer field trips to the Olympic mountains. The advanced 30 l Geoloqy Jacqueline Martin Norman Anderson A-B- B.S. History Christian Miller Calvin B. Coulter A.M. Ph.D. students learn to work under actual field con- ditions. The History department is one of the most popular on the campus, and this summer will offer a European travel workshop for the first time. The Home Economics department, which is rapidly expanding, this year held an open house for students and their mothers in the newly decorated dining room. The de- partment is divided into three fields: clothing and textiles, foods and nutrition, and manage- ment and child development. Frederick McMillin M.S. Lyle Stanton Shelmidine Ph.D. German Weldon Rau M.S. A.M. Otto Bachimont l-lome Ec Warren Tomlinson Lucille Melovidoff Ph.D. B.S. Preparing a dinner in foods class. Bl Mathematics Philip Anselone Edward Goman A.B. M.S. Cordon Epperson Richard Henderson M.Mus. A.B. The Mathematics department has expanded until there are approximately 300 students enrolled each semester. The Pre-Engineering courses have been incorporated into the Math department and are comparable to the first two years of engineering school. The school library offers study facilities and provides a complete library of books for reference, be- sides numerous pamphlets, magazines, and newspapers. The music department at the i l l i l I I Leonard Jacobsen Clyde H. Keutzer B.Mus. A.M. s '- ,., :7 ' li 'I ,S -ai' L LI 8 i - l 47" i? . b Paul Revitl' D. Robert Smith A.M. M.Mus. present time covers more campus territory than any other, because of the scattered buildings in which it is housed. The depart- ment recently earned accreditation from the American Music Association. Plans are now under way for the building of a new music building, which will house all phases of the department, as well as private workrooms for the music organizations. The Adelphian Choir will also have a room to call its own. .- 'i"-. ii, 'iwff' Margaret Myles John A. O'Connor Ivan Rasmussen M.S. A.B., M Mus 'TTT -- ,., X ' :-: .:., ,.1. E , I i Renwick Taylor Raymond Vaughl' Elizabeth Kennedy A.B. A.M., M.Mus. A.B Dr. Regester conducts a class in philosophy Occupational Therapy Philosophy Physical Education V.. fr A . l Edna-Ellen Bell Theresa Burmeisfer A.B., O.T.R. A.M.. O.T.R. Rodney Giske John Heinrick A.B. A.B. A class in weaving. l l A.M., S.T.B. J0l"' M3899 Harry Bird Alice Bond A.B. A.M. Physics Ray Mahnkey Martin Nelson Raymond Seward B.5. 34 Ph.D. Ph.D. The aim of the Occupational Therapy depart- ment is "treatment through activity. The department works toward future aid in gen- eral and orthopedic hospitals. The Physics department strives to give students a general understanding of the nature of matter, sound, heat, electricity, and the like. The Physical Education department is in charge of the tive semesters of physical activity required for graduation, and supervises men's and women's athletics. The Religion department offers the Political Science! Psychology Religion Hugh Tudor Richard F. Peterson Dee Snyder Arthur L. Frederick Ph.D. A.M. A.B. A.M. Spanish Speech Ella Mai Clark James L. Garrard . P l ' rg l l 1 l ' AQFP L.44 , Wilbur Baisinger Martha Pearl Jones A.M. A.B. A.M. A.M. required non-denominational course in re- ligion. Its extra-curricular branch is the Stu- dent Christian Council, which sponsors dis- cussion groups and meditation periods during the year. The Psychology department has its courses correlated to provide basic ground work for advanced training in teaching, gov- ernment service, politics, and law. The Speech department supervises the work ot the drama students, the various productions, and the Choral Readers. 'CT 1 s i i 1 I i i John Phillips Ph.D., s.'r.B. 2 ..--.- -g..j it 1 - . a www 5,3 : 4, 1 ... If ,il .1 stiff ,. . yi xi QA' , V-, 4 T H J. , gg 21.9 r s ,f ' Ji W' l ijt., 3 W . .,g, fi ., ,1. 'A ,eff Vp!! . f 69 , I, , ' D 1-f . 57" I f if V ' , ll' 'P' 'V' - 1 . ' ' ' ' , 1, ea! Bernice C. Riehl B.L. Dr. Phillips conducts a class in religion. 35 s ss Q , W.. H 32,1 N H " A , '. 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Center right-Visih ors look over the student art show . . . Bot- tom left-Dr. Tomlinson autographs a menu for a foreign student at the International Re- lation Club's banquet. N! Top left-Sampling the food at the German Club dinner . . . Top right-Ed Lane, Hal Simonson, Nick Nickolas, David Stell, and Dr. Magee, the speakers for Religious Emph- asis Week . . . Center left-Basketball team leaves for Kansas City for the second year in a row . . . Center right-John Magee and Bruce Parker planning Religious Emphasis Week . . . Bottom right-Kappa Phi luncheon at the New Yorker. ,-L-..t,.-, V Y W- 4 , ,, ww -f Q53 521 'QS 1 J,fj1m.,,: JJ .. we- 1,,,i1,1.' .iw ,wifi , A, 1, i 'EQ , N, " w W -V 'wxi:"' Vw N I "'- E-3 , U. 1 QI E Y Wa' 4, X all N, 85,1 ,4 N 5 'wvwx .L up Q' QI ? 1 Viifx ' ,5 Q , .2 '?g'?r wi fr 5 gfwww 5 5 Q A X , 3 1 - . 's , 3 1? 39,1 . X CZQAAEJ Senior Class Climaxing four years of college activity the class of i950 bade a fond farewell to their school days in June. Ably led by class presi- dent Dick Lewis, and his cabinet, Bob Mills, vice-president, Lorayne Rockway, secretary, Stan Langlow, sergeant-at-arms: and Bob Angeline and Dick Frederick, representatives to Central Board, the class wound up its final year with a bang. The seniors worked with the other classes, helped them, and made a name for themselves which their classmates will riot forget. They gave the annual Junior Prom in December honoring the junior class. They were the guests of honor at the Senior Ball the night before their graduation. ln May they managed a successful sneak to Lincoln Park in Seattle, completely eluding the juniors. Bill Stivers directed the student body as presi- dent and also captained the basketball team. Yvonne Battin was ASCPS vice-presidentg Fern McCulloch was Tamanawas business manager. During their transition from green beanies to mortar boards the class of l95O was active in every phase of school lite. They worked harder than in previous years, preparing themselves for the outside world. They sang "we love thee Alma Mater" the last few times with tears in their eyes, for the song brought memories of games, dances, picnics, and the other functions which they attended, some for the last time. They carried off trophies at the Awards Chapel, proudly and a little hum- bly, remembering the things they had done to earn them. From the day of matriculation when they passed the color post for the first time until they again passed it for the last time, the seniors were a proud, hard-working class, representative ot the spirit of C.P.S. DICK LEWIS Senior Class President 6 A R ,X if! BOB MILLS LORAYNE ROCKWAY BOB ANGELINE DICK FREDRICK STAN LANGLOW Vice-president Secretary-Treasurer Representatives to Central Board Sergeant at Arms Seniors ALLEN, DALE H., Tacoma: Business Administration. ANGELINE, ROBERT L., Tacoma: Business Administra- tion: Sigma Nu: Senior Representative to Central Board: Who's Who: Varsity basketball four years: Intramural manager: Lettermen's Club. ANOMAN, CARL V., Enumclaw: Spanish. ANTUSH, ROBERT G., Tacoma: Business Administration. BABBIT, JOHN, Tacoma: Economics: Sigma Chi: Rally Committee president: Chairman card stunts. BAKER, VERCIL, Puyallup: Chemistry. BALDWIN, DOUGLAS, Tacoma: Sociology: Trail Staff, feature editor. BARCLAY, DONALD, Tacoma: Business Administration: Sigma Chi. BARKER, GRANT O., Tacoma: Art: Inter-collegiate Knights: Trail Staff, art editor. BARNES, ARTHUR, St. Louis: Economics. BATTIN, YVONNE MARIE, Tacoma: Art: ASCPS sec- retary, vice-president: Spur president: Women's Fed- eration secretary: Otlah: Delta Phi Delta: Mu Sigma Delta: Pi Kappa Delta: Who's Who: Alpha Beta Upsilon: Chapel Committee: Finance Committee. BEDFORD, EVERETT F., Hartford, Conn.: Business Ad- ministration: Adelphian Choir: French Club. BENDICK, FLORENCE JUNE, Tacoma: Biology. BERC, DONN H., Tacoma: Business Administration: Sigma Chi. BERTRAM, DONALD, Tacoma: Business Administration: Theta Chi. BEYER, JAMES, Enumclaw: Business Administration: Vice-president Independents. BIRCHMAN, HERBERT J., Tacoma: English. BIRNEL, EARL, Tacoma: English Literature: Lettermen's Club: Kappa Sigma: Varsity baseball tour years: Spanish Club. Seniors BJARKE, GEORGE, Tacoma: Physics and Mathematics: Howarth Scholarships. BLANCHFIELD, LAWRENCE, Tacoma: Business Ad- ministration. BLASKOWSKI, CARL, Olympia: Business Administra- tion: Theta Chi. BODEN, LEE BODENHORN, OTTO H., Tacoma: Business Administra- tion. BOLVIN, BOYUM M., Tacoma: Music: Phi.Mu Alpha Sinfonia: Concert Band: Mu Upsilon Sigma. BRANDT, ARlEL, Tacoma: Economics. BREMNER, ALEXANDER, JR., Everett: Business Ad- ministration: Sigma Nu lieutenant commander: Presi- dent Rally Committee: lnter-fraternity Council. BREMNER, DON, Lynden: Philosophy: IRC president: Chapel Committee: Adelphian Choir: Who's Who: Vice-president Todd Hall: Methodist Scholarship: Transfer from the University of Washington. BROOKS, ALTON V., JR., Tacoma: Chemistry. BROOKS, GORDON E., Tacoma: Economics: Theta Chi: Mu Sigma Delta. BROWN, ELIZABETH, Tacoma: Sociolo8Yl Sociology Club. BROWN, RICHARD C., Tacoma: Business Administra- tion: Vice-president Stray Greeks: Lil Abner: Varsity football: Varsity basketball: Chapel Committee: Re- ligious Emphasis Week: Theta Chi. BURKE, FRED CAILLOUETTE, JAMES C., Tacoma: BIOIOEYI Sigma Chi: Pre-Med Club: Phi Sigma Delta: French Club. CALLOWAY, VERNON E., Tacoma: Physics and Mathe- matics: Howarth Scholarship. CAMPBELL, ARTHUR, Montesano: Philosophy: Student Christian Council. CAMPBELL, KENNETH, Kennewick: Economics: Trail Staff: Forensics manager: Delta Kappa Phi president: Pi Kappa Delta: Inter-collegiate Knights. Seniors CARBONE, ROSE THERESA, Tacoma: English Literature, Pi Beta Phi vice-president: Senior Ball chairman: Rally Committee, Trail Staff, society editor: Tamana- was Staffg Alpha Chi Psi. CARLSON, RICHARD EARL, Tacoma: Historyg Sigma Nu, Varsity football. CARTER, FRED W., Honolulu: Business Administration: Delta Kappa Phi. CASE, WILLIAM L., Tacoma: Business Administration. CHURCH, ROBERT M., JR., Wenatchee: Economics: Delta Kappa Phi: Alpha Psi Chi: Chinook. CLARK, LEON' E., Tacoma: Philosophy: Mu Sigma Delta: Adelphian Choir, Alpha Rho Tau, Co-editor Who's Where: Trail, Tamanawas Staff. CODY, CWENDALYN FELTS, Fort Lewis: English Liter- ature and Sociology: Sociology Club, French Club. COLE, DONALD D., Olympia: Sociology and Economicsg Chapel Committee, IRC Club, Sociology Club. COLOMBRARO, LOUIS F., Brooklyn, N. Y.: Business Administration, French Club. COIVIBS, HERBERT R., Tacoma: Business Administration: Sigma Chi president: Inter-fraternity Council, Inter- collegiate Knights. CONNELLY, LEROY, Puyallup: Business Administration. CORWIN, WALTER, Tacoma: Psychology. CRABS, DONALD, Tacoma: Speech: Delta Phi Delta: Dramatics manager. CUNNINGHAIVI, WAYNE, Olympia: Business Adminis- tration, Theta Chi. DOCHERTY, LEONARD G., Yelm: English Compositiong Sophomore Class president: Forensics: Trail Staff: Tamanawas Staff: Inter-collegiate Knights, WSSF Committee. DRAKE, JOHN, Tacoma: Business Administration, Kappa Sigma. DRANE, HAROLD, Tacoma: Psychology. DRUM, MARJORIE, Tacoma: English Literature: IRC Clubg French Club: Student Christian Council. Seniors DUTRO, HOWARD, Tacoma. EARLE, MARIAN L., Tacoma: Education: Lambda Sigma Chi: WAA. EBERT, CLARENCE, Tacoma: Business Administration: Theta Chi. ETTINGER, EDWIN, Tacoma: Education. EHLI, ADAM, Longview: Business Administration. ELLIS, MARGARET C., Wollochet Bay: Advertising Design: Alpha Beta Upsilon: Rally Committee: Chinook. ELMORE, RICHARD A., Tacoma: Psychol08YS Sigma Nu: Psychology Club. FAIRFAX, GEORGE, Puyallup: Biology: Phi Sigma: Theta Chi: Pre-Med Club. FREDERICK, RAYMOND, Tacoma: Biology. FREDERICK, RICHARD W., Tacoma: Advertising De- sign: Sigma Chi: Junior Class vice-president: Senior Class Representative to Central Board: Delta Phi Delta: Mu Sigma Delta: Who's Who: Inter-collegiate Knights. FREESE, DONALD, Tacoma: English: Literature: Pi Kappa Delta: Basketball manager. CASS, RICHARD, Tacoma: Business Administration: Sigma Nu treasurer. CEHRI, ALFRED F., Tacoma: Business Administration: Kappa Sigrna. C-ILSDORF, LESTER D., Tacoma: Business Administra- tion: Kappa Sigma: Lettermen's Club. GIPE, CHARLES W., Tacoma: Business Administration. GRUENEWALD, CHARLES E., Wenatchee: English: In- tercollegiate Knights: IRC Club: Band: WSSF. CRUENEWALD, MARY E., Wenatchee. Religious Edu- cation: AWS Council: Anderson Hall president: Otlah: Concert Band: Methodist Scholarship: Transfer from Wenatchee Junior College. CUNDERSEN, OIVIND, Fredrikstad, Norway: Chemistry and Biology: Phi Sigma: IRC Club: Mu Sigma Delta: Transfer from University of Olso, Norway. Seniors GUNDERSON, RUSSELL H., Tacoma: Business Adminis- tration: Mu Sigma Delta. GUNDSTROM, BETTY, Tacoma: Home Economics, Stray Greeks president: Alpha Rho Tau, Home Economics Club, Transfer from Washington State. GUTOSKI, DELORES C., Bremerton: Speech and Dra- maticsg Stray Greeks: Adelphian Choir: Campus Play- craftersg Howarth Scholarship: Transfer from Wash- ington State. HAINES, HARRIET, Enumclaw: SocioloSY3 Sociology Club president: Pi Beta Phi: Chinook, Kittredge Hall president: Transfer from Whitman College. HALVERSON, ANN, Port Orchard: Business Adminis- tration, Delta Alpha Gamma corresponding secretary. HAMMOND, RICHARD R., Tacoma: Music: Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia: Band. HANSEN, PHILLIP, Tacoma: Business Administration: Sigma Nu. HANSEN, RALPH, Tacoma: Business Administration: Sigma Nu. HARTZELL, BARTON L., Tacoma: Chemistry, German Club: American Chemical Society, HAZEL, DONALD W., Oakes, North Dakota: Music: Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia: Adelphian Choir. HENDERSON, PHYLLIS, Tacoma: Sociology. HENDRICKSON, RONALD I., Tacoma: Art: Delta Phi Delta, Alpha Rho Tau. HERMSEN, RICHARD J., Tacoma: History and Physical Education: Lettermen's Club, Varsity football four years, captain '48-'49. HERVIN, RAYMOND L., Tacoma: Chemistry: American Chemical Society. HILL, GORDON M., Tacoma: Business Administration: Sigma Nu: Chinook. HILL, LORNA, Mineral, Washington: Home Economics: Lambda Sigma Chi, Spurs, Adelphian Choir, Home Economics Club. HILL, THOMAS A. JR., Tacoma: Art: Inter-collegiate Knights: Tamanawas Staff. HILSTAD, GALE LOUIS, Tacoma: Business Adminis- tration: Trail Staff business manager: Chairman Na- tional Students Association. Seniors HITCHCOCK, HOWARD, Chehalis: Art: Freshman Class president: Delta Phi Delta president: Inter-collegiate Knights: Mu Sigma Delta: Alpha Rho Tau: Tamana- was: Adelphian Choir. HODGES, DONALD, Enumclaw: GeOlOgYC Sociology Club. HOFF, DONALD M., Astoria, Oregon: Education: Kappa Sigma: Lettermen's Club: Varsity basketball three years. HOFFMAN, DRUMMOND, Tacoma: Economics. HOLMBERC, GLEN D., Tacoma: Geology: Sigma Nu: Inter-collegiate Knights. HORA, CHARLES E., Tacoma: Chemistry. HOTCHKISS, HARRY L., Tacoma: Economics: Pi Tau Omega. HOVDE, ANDREW R., Tacoma: Sociology. HOWARD, CHARLES, Des Moines, Wash.: Business Administration: Theta Chi vice-president. HOWE, CHARLES H., Gig Harbor: English Literature: Delta Kappa Phi: Ski team captain: Chinook president: Student recreational manager. HUTCHEON, STEWART, Tacoma: Pi Tau Omega: Howarth Scholarship. HUTSON, JAMES, Tacoma: History. IRWIN, HOWARD S. JR., Tacoma: Biology: Phi Sigma president: Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia: Delta Kappa Phi: Band: Orchestra: Workshop Band. JABUSH, THOMAS, Kelso: History: Theta Chi. JARMON, RONALD R., Tacoma: Mathematics: Math Club. JAVORSKI, ALBERT R., Buffalo, N. Y.: Business Ad- ministration: Theta Chi: Inter-collegiate Knights: Boxing manager. JENSEN, BETTY ANNE, Ketchikan, Alaska: Occupation- al Therapy: Pi Beta Phi recording secretary: Occupa- tional Club president: Otlah: Kappa Phi: Marjorie Mann Scholarship. JENSEN. DIANE A., Tacoma: English Composition: Delta Alpha Gamma: Home Economics Club: Sigma Alpha Iota: Otlah: Alpha Rho Tau: Trail Staff: May Day Committee: Spring play. Seniors JOHNSON, LITA, Tacoma: Physical Education: Junior Class secretary: Lambda Sigma Chi: WAA president: May Day chairman: Homecoming Queen attendant: May Queen. JOHNSON, RICHARD, Centralia. JOHNSON. ROBERT C., Tacoma: BiolOBYi Sigma Chi: Phi Sigma: Pre-Med Club president: German Club president: Mu Sigma Delta. JONES, GORDON, Tacoma: Business Administration. JONES, GWENDOLYN Ci., Seattle: Occupational Therapy: Alpha Beta Upsilon: Anderson Hall secretary: Occu- pational Therapy Club. KENNEDY, ROBERT, Tacoma: Pre-Dental: Sigma Chi. KEPKA, BRIAN, Wilkeson: Business Administration: Kappa Sigma: Chinook. KESSLER, ALICE, Tacoma: Home Economics: Delta Phi Delta: Transfer from the University of Washington. KEY, SHIRLEY KINNANE, Salem, Ore.: Sociology: Alpha Beta Upsilon: Women's Federation president: So- ciology Club: SCC. KINCHELOE, MARY, Walla Walla: Speech and Dra- matics: Sigma Alpha Iota: Loggerette drill captain: Adelphian Choir: Chinook: Choral Readers: Kappa Phi: Tamanawas assistant editor: Campus Playcrafters. KING, CHARLES, Puyallup: Business Administration. KISTLER, ETHEL M., Tacoma: Education. LANE, EDWARD M., Tacoma: Political Science: Delta Kappa Phi president: Inter-fraternity Council presi- dent: Pre-Law Club: Student Affairs Committee. LANGLOW, STANLEY C., Tacoma: Business Adminis- tration: Kappa Sigma: Senior Class sergeant-at-arms: Intramural manager: Inter-collegiate Knights. LARSEN, SHERWOOD B., Tacoma: Business Adminis- tration. LAVORATO, DORIS EILEEN, Tacoma: Home Economics. LENZ, ROBERT C., New Castle, Pa.: Physics and Mathematics. LEWIS, RICHARD, Tacoma: History: Delta Kappa Phi: Senior Class president: Chapel Committee: Campus Playcrafters: Varsity track four years: Inter-collegiate Knights: Who's Who. Seniors LIEN, INGRID A., Bergen, Norway: English Literature: IRC Club. LILES, FRANK I., Kelso, Wash.: Business Administration: Psychology Club. LINDELIEN, LYLE K., Tacoma: Economics: Independent president: Pi Kappa Delta president: Inter-collegiate Knights: Trail Staff. LIVINGSTON, DENNIS D., Tacoma: Art: Alpha Rho Tau president: Theta Chi: Art Club. LOOMIS, GREGORY L., Steilacoom: Business Adminis- tration. LOPER, ROY, Tacoma: Physical Education: Theta Chi: Lettermen's Club: Varsity football: Varsity baseball, LOWNEY, JACK, Olympia: History: Kappa Sigma. LOWRY, BEVERLY JANE, Tacoma: Business Administra- tion. LUZZI, JAMES, Tacoma: Biol0EYi Sigma Chi: Freshman Representative to Central Board: Inter-collegiate Knights: German Club: Pre-Med Club. LYNCH, ROBERT, Tacoma: Business Administration. LYON, JUNE HYATT, Tacoma: Home Economics. MAHOSKI, JOSEPH D., Tacoma: Physical Education: Transfer from Washington State College. MANGOLD, WILLIAM E., Wenatchee: Business Ad- ministration. MANLEY, JOSEPH, Tacoma: Business Administration. MANN, EARNEST WAYNE, Tacoma: Physical Education: Kappa Sigma president: Lettermen's Club: Inter- fraternity Council: Varsity track: Representative of CPS at National Track and Field Championships. MANN, MARJORIE, Newport: Sociology: Kappa Phi. MANTHEI, ALLEN R., Tacoma: Physics and Mathe- matics: Howarth Scholarship '47-'48-'49-'5O. MARTELLI, TONY, Tacoma: Business Administration. Seniors MARTIN, HOWARD L., Tacoma: Physical Education: Theta Chi: Lettermen's Club president: Varsity football three years: Transfer from Washington State College. MARVIK, GORDON C., Tacoma: Business Administra- tion: Sigma Chi: Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia. MASSIE, ARTHUR, Tacoma: Business Administration. IVIATHEWSON, JOHN: Tacoma. MATTHEW, CLIFFORD, Centraliaz Economics. McCALL, JAY, Tacoma: Business Administration: Sigma Ch' MCCULLOCH, FERN, San Antonio, Tex.: Business Ad- ministration: Alpha Beta Upsilon: WAA: Tamanawas business manager: Choral Readers. MCMILLAN, HUGH J., Tacoma: History and Economics: Kappa Sigma. MCMULLIN, DONALD B., Tacoma: Business Adminis- tration: Pi Tau Omega. MEDLOCK, ROBERT L., Tacoma: Business Administra- tion and Economics: Kappa Sigma. MILLS, ROBERT E., Tacoma: Business Administration and Economics: Kappa Sigma: Inter-fraternity Coun- cil president: Senior Class president: Who's Who: Junior Prom chairman: Student Affairs Committee: Chinook: Central Board. MILTON, JEAN AUDREY, Tacoma: Education: Lambda Sigma Chi: Transfer from Central Washington College of Education. MISKOSKI, FRANK H., Tacoma: Business Administra- tion: Spanish Club. MOON, MARY LOUISE, Tacoma: Home Economics: Lambda Sigma Chi president: Pre-Med Club: Home Economics Club. MOONEY, JOAN, Tacoma: Education: Alpha Beta Upsi- lon president: Otlah. MORRISON, ROBERT C., Renton: Biology: Kappa Sigma: Lettermen's Club: Ski team: Ski Carnival chairman. MORTON, MARCELLA, Tacoma: Education: Spurs: Pi Beta Phi vice-president: Tamanawas: Trail: Alpha Rho Tau: WAA: La Mesa Redonda. MULLINS, PAUL, Jersey City, N. J.: Business Adminis- tration: Pi Tau Omega: Inter-fraternity Council. Seniors NELSON, ARTHUR, JR., Tacoma: Sigma Nu. NEWELL, PATRICIA, Tacoma: Spanish. NICHOLSON, RICHARD B., Tacoma: Physics and Mathe- matics: Sigma Nu: Inter-fraternity Council: Inter- collegiate Knights: Mu Sigma Delta. NIEMI, CARL W., Renton: Physical Education: Junior Class sergeant-at-arms: Kappa Sigma: Lettermen's Club: Varsity football. NORTON, BYRON J., Tacoma: Business Administration: Independents president: Who's Who: Pi Kappa Delta: Inter-collegiate Knights: Student Affairs Committee. O'DELL, DONALD, Everett: Business Administration. OFELT, ROBERT G.: Psychology: Inter-collegiate Knights: Delta Pi Omicron. OLSON, PAULINE, Kirkland: Mathematics: Lambda Sigma Chi: French Club: Biology Club: Mathematics Club: Anderson Hall treasurer: Loggerettes. OPC-ENORTH, JOHN R., Tacoma: Business Administra- tion: Sigma Chi. OQUIST, ROBERT W., Tacoma: Business Administration: Intramural manager: Lettermen's Club: lnter-collegi- ate Knights: Sigma Chi: Junior Prom co-chairman: Student Affairs Committee: Inter-fraternity Council president. OSTOFICHUK, LUBA, Puyallup: Occupational Therapy: Alpha Beta Upsilon: Spurs: Otlah president: Occupa- tional Therapy Club: Campus Playcrafters: Inter- sorority Council: Howarth Scholarship: Bethesda B. Buchanan Scholarship. PALMER, EDMUND W., Puyallup: Physics: Howarth Scholarship. PALMER, JOAN C, Sequim: Sociology: Sociology Club: Transfer from Whitman College. PANKEY, ROBERT C., Sumner: Biology. PARKER, BRUCE B., Tacoma: Philosophy: Delta Kappa Phi: Inter-collegiate Knights: Pi Kappa Delta: National Debate Tournament. PETERSON, DAVID E., Tacoma: Business Administration. PETERSON, FRANK N., Ferndale: Philosophy: Todd Hall president: Howarth Scholarship: Campus Playcrafters: Student Christian Council president: Chapel Com- mittee: Delta Kappa Phi. PETERSON, HOWARD L., Tacoma: Business Adminis- tration. I Seniors PETERSON, ROBERT H., Tacoma: Political Science, Sigma Chi, Band president, Pre-Law Club president, Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia, Inter-fraternity Council, Greek Ball chairman, Workshop Band. PETRICH, JAMES J., Tacoma: Business Administration. POLLOM, NORMAN D., Chehalis: Physical Education. POTTER, JACK B., Sumner: Music, Concert Band in- spirational award, Cleone Soule Music Scholarship. PRYOR, SIDNEY D., Tacoma: Psychology. RECTOR, HAROLD B., Hoquiam: Business Administra- tion, Delta Kappa Phi, Freshman Representative to Central Board, Pi Kappa Delta, Campus Playcrafters. REES, ROSEMARY, Twin Falls, lda.: Occupational Ther- apy, Campus Playcrafters, Occupational Therapy Club, Transfer from University of Idaho. RIEMAN, JOHN D., Tacoma: German, German Club. RINKER, ROBERT N., Tacoma: Business Administration, Kappa Sigma, Freshman Class president, Junior Repre- sentative to Central Board, Who's Who, Varsity basketball, Chapel Committee, Homecoming co-chair- man, Lettermen's Club, Spirit Trophy co-winner. RIOUX, AVERY D., Sumner. ROBBINS, ROBERT C., Olympia: Physical Education, Kappa Sigma, Sophomore Class sergeant-at-arms, Football inspirational award, Lettermen's Club, Varsity Football. ROCKWAY, LORAYNE, Tacoma: Chemistry, Pi Beta Phi president, Spurs, lnter-sorority Council, Chinook, Senior Class secretary. ROSS, WILLIAM L., Tacoma: Business Administration. SAGEN, NORMAN, Tacoma: History, German Club. SALATINO, RICHARD L., Tacoma: English Composition, Delta Kappa Phi, Lettermen's Club president, Varsity baseball, Varsity basketball. SAMPSON, JOHN R., Spokane: Business Administration, Mu Sigma Delta, Who's Who, Junior Representative to Central Board, SCC, Chapel Committee, Todd Hall president. SATERLEE, HERBERT, Tacoma: Business Administration, Sigma Chi. SAUL, WILLIAM F., Tacoma: Business Administration. Seniors SCHMIDT, SYLVESTER, Tacoma: Business Administra- tion. SEAMAN, WAYNE A., Olympia: Geology: Delta Kappa Phi. SEPETOSKI, WILBUR, Tacoma: Mathematics: Sigma Chi: lnter-collegiate Knights: Adelphian Choir: Home- coming Dance chairman. SHAUCHNESSY, JACK, Tacoma: Geol08YS Sigma Nu: Howarth Scholarship: American Institute of Mining Engineers Geological Society. SIMONSON, HAROLD P., Tacoma: English Literature: Delta Kappa Phi: Freshman Class president: Sopho- more Representative to Central Board: Inter-collegiate Knights: Campus Playcrafters: Chapel Committee: Trail Staff: Howarth Scholarship: Mu Sigma Delta: Choral Readers. SLIVA, EDMUND M., Tacoma: Economics. SMITH, FRANK M., JR., Tacoma: Business Adminis- tration. SMITH, JESS, Tacoma: Piano: Mu Sigma Delta: Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia. SNYDER, MALCOM E., Everett: Biology. SNYDER, MAURICE E., Everett: Biology. SORENSON, BETTY, Tacoma: Business Administration: Alpha Beta Upsilon: Spurs: Home Economics Club: Tamanawas business manager. STANTON, EDMUND B., Wenatchee: English Literature: Todd Hall president: Hatchet Committee: Adelphian Choir: Orchestra: IRC Club. STARK, HERBERT E., Tacoma: Speech and Dramatics: Delta Kappa Phi: Lettermen's Club: Campus Play- crafters: Choral Reader leader: Varsity football: Dra- matic manager. STEFON, ANNE EV, Chehalis: English: Lambda Sigma Chi: Anderson Hall vice-president: Inter-sorority Council. STELLINC-, EARL H., Tacoma: Business Administration. STIVERS, WILLIAM E., North Hollywood, Calif.: Busi- ness Administration: ASCPS president: Delta Kappa Phi: Inter-fraternity Council: Lettermen's Club: Var- sity basketball: basketball inspirational award: Who's Who: Basketball captain: Jack Dempsey trophy. STOCKNESS, NORVAL J., Tacoma: Business Adminis- tration. STONE, LEO L., Puyallup: Geology. Seniors SULENES, JAMES C., Olympia: Physical Education: Let- termen's Club: Stray Greek: Varsity football: Transfer from Washington State College. SULLEY, JACK M., Tacoma: Geology. SUNDQUIST, JACK L., Tacoma: History. TAMAKI, TETSUO T., Tacoma: Chemistry. TAYLOR, FRANK H., Tacoma: Business Administration: Sigma Chi president: Junior Class president: Who's Who: Inter-fraternity Council: Student Affairs Com- mittee: Junior Prom. TAYLOR, JOHN, Tacoma: Kappa Sigma. TEMPLE, KENNETH, Everett: Business Administration. THOMPSON, GEORGEANNA J., Spokane: Biology: Spurs: Swimming Club: Transfer from Washington State College. THOMPSON, INGWALD, Tacoma: Art: Delta Phi Delta: Varsity track and football: Tamanawas art editor: Stray Greek. THOMPSON, JOAN, Tacoma: Education: Pi Beta Phi: Transfer from Reed College. THOMSEN, DENTON N., Tacoma: Business Administra- tion: Kappa Sigma. TURNBULL, ERWIN T., Tacoma: Physical Education and Education: Phi Delta Theta: Transfer from Wash- ington State College. UHLMAN, BETTY VLAHOVICH, ANN, Tacoma: Education: Pi Beta Phi: Junior Class May Queen attendant: Adelphian Choir: Trail Staff: Transfer from Washington State College. VOEGELI, PAUL, Tacoma: Geology. VOSHMIK, PATRICIA, Tacoma: Art: Lambda Sigma Chi: Kappa Phi: AWS Council. WAGENBLAST, KENNETH R., Tacoma: Business Ad- ministration. WAGNER, HAROLD E., Tacoma: History: SCC vice- president: German Club: Pre-Theology Club. Seniors WALTERS, HOWARD B., Tacoma: Business Adminis- tration, Delta Kappa Phi vice-president, lnter-fra- ternity Council. WASHBURN, ROBERT L., Tacoma: Geology, Spanish Club. WEED, YALE B., Tacoma: Business Administration, Delta Kappa Phi sergeant-at-arms. WESTLIN, WILMONT D., Tacoma: Business Adminis- tration, Sigma Chi. WHITE, WARREN T., Bremerton: Business Adminis- tration, Theta Chi, Intramural manager. WISEMAN, RAY DUVAL, Tacoma: Biology, Sigma Chi. WOLF, HAROLD E., Yelm: Business Administration, Delta Kappa Phi president, Inter-collegiate Knights, Sophomore Representative to Central Board, Home- coming chairman, Senior Ball chairman, Chinook, Lettermen's Club. WOLF, ROBERT lvl., Yelm: Speech, Delta Kappa Phi, Tamanawas class editor, Trail Staff, Adelphian Choir, Campus Playcrafters, Election Committee, Transfer from DePauw University. WORSWICK, STANLEY, Puyallup: Political Science, Pi Tau Omega, Campus Playcrafters, Choral Readers, Debate, Howarth Scholarship, Pre-Law Club president, Frosh Week chairman. WYLIE, WILLIS E., Tacoma: Biology. ZEVENBERGEN, TONY, JR., Tacoma: Business Ad- ministration. ZYLSTRA, WILLARD L., Everett: History, Sigma Chi, Psychology Club, Transfer from University of Wash- ington. CEBBERS, WILLIAM, Tacoma: Economics. Q 5 4 fi g 1 4-5 mi ' 552 gg ii .,..L.-W I 5 1 mf 1 - ,.xx u , ., fw l'f'Z'f'1:,A az 2 LQW ,gg V we A Lien-, A .gp xv ws 4 -. gg j o I , ' Q was 1 . fu 3 LA, me , , .4 'wi Top left-President Stivers studies . . . Top right-Ray Frederick starting his son early . . . Center left-Dr. Battin and Fern McCulloch discuss economics . . . Bottom right-Fashion .show observers at the Lambda style show. RALPH WEHMHOFF Junior Class President ALICE PALMER JEANNE SHUGARD Vice-President I Secretary Juniors Class ol l95I JIM ERNST HOWIE MEADOWCROFT Representatives to Central Board 62 With two years of college life behind them, the juniors came back to school in September, determined to make their two remaining years a success. They were led through the work and play of the year by Class President Ralph Wehmhoff. Helped by his cabinet, Alice Pal- mer, vice-presidentg Jeanne Shugard, secre- tary: and Jim Ernst and Howie Meadowcroft, Central Board representatives, Ralph did an exceptional job. Early in the year, the class put forth its efforts in a successful campaign to raise money for a large maroon and white banner to be used at all home basketball games. In December the class was honored by the seniors at the annual Junior Prom, which was one of the biggest social events of the year. ln the spring, the juniors returned the favor and bade the seniors farewell by sponsoring the annual Senior Ball. In May, the seniors successfully eluded the juniors on their sneak, but the class of 'Sl managed to console themselves with a picnic when they could not find the seniors. This year's outstanding class members were Nancy Riehl, ASCPS secretary, Ed Balarezo, Tamana- was editorg Alice Palmer, AWS president and Ray Harbert, Inter-fraternity Council presi- dent. Barbara Albertson and Ralph Wehmhoff were co-chairmen of homecoming and Gloria Ellexson reigned as homecoming queen. Ro- berta Westmoreland was chosen as the Beaux Arts Belle. This year, the junior class showed exceptional interest and enthusiasm in their school, and as a class was always ready to participate in school activities. Barbara Albertson and Ralph Wehmhoff hold Logger banner bought by Junior Class s- 0 'W ,X If l l Ujillil lr' f f Sophomores Class of l952 BOB RIEFLIN Sophomore Class President MARY DOBBS RAE JEANNE NEELEY BEN FAWCETT JOANNE STEBBINS TOM SWAYZE Vice-President Secretary Representatives to Central Board Sergeant-at-Arms 64 Looking ahead to the Sophomore Tests in the spring, the class of '52 came back to school in the fall, full ot promise and enthusiasm for the year ahead. Class President Bob Rieflin and his cabinet, Mary Dobbs, vice-president: Rae Jeanne Neeley, secretary, Tom Swayze, sergeant-at-arms, and Representatives Joanne Stebbins and Ben Fawcett worked hard to make the year a success. Chuck Caddey led the Yell Team through a season full ot school spirit and pep, and was assisted by the sopho- more members ot the Rally Committee, Doris Beardsley, Tom Rutledge, Claude St. Amand, Bill Stidwell, and Lorayne Willoughby. Jour- nalistically inclined members of the class, Lois Wasmund, Trail editor, Don Jaenicke, man- aging editor, Doris Beardsley, and Dorothy ui Ilia- f it f Q CL. 9 Q I - 5' V "ri Ross worked continually to meet deadlines. The Spurs and the Knights, the sophomore women's and men's honoraries, ushered at chapels, sold lollypops, gave Christmas pres- ents, and guarded the polls in school elections. Sophomores singing with the Adelphians were Mary Lou Moore, Grace Fullager, Laurine Schore, Mary Dobbs, Paul Kelly, Neal Miller, and Leo Morris. Don Murdock, Bob Carlson, Roy Bodine, Cal Frazier and Dwayne Westlin represented the class in the athletic field. This year the sophomores worked in all phases of college life, made names for themselves wherever they went, studied some, played a lot, and in general added to the spirit of the college. Lois Wasmund and Don Jaenicke, Sophomore Journalists Freshmen Clss of I953 DAVE SCHWEINLER Freshman Class President NANCY BARTLES JOANNE WOOD JOAN STENSEN TED VAUGHN Vice-President Secretary Representatives to Central Board 66 A-n.a.-EQ, Last September a horde of frightened stu- dents wearing their green beanies close to their heads passed the color post and became an integrated part of college life. They were the freshmen. Early in the year they chose their officers, Dave Schweinler, president: Nancy Bartles, vice-presidentg Joanne Wood, secretary: and Joan Stensen and Ted Vaughn, representatives to Central Board. Outstanding in music were four members of the Adel- phians, Delora Johnson, Margie Lutz, Mary Lee Staggs, and Joan Stensen. The freshmen took over the yell team this year with three of its five members, Money Dessen, Liz Flem- ing, and Doug McArthur. Active in sports were Wally Erwin, Gerry Murdock, Art Via- 07" A N L limp fll"'fi1'fiilfW7 U, Elf D3 , i l 'lllllll '.'-fait if f M -- fore, Danny Buford, Dick Palamidessi, Bruce Jorgenson, and Ken Bayer. Not to be outdone for beauty, the class was represented by Ski Queen Gloria Christianson, who reigned over the Winter Carnival, and Janet Hunt, who was Daisy Mae and also an attendant to the Beaux Arts Belle. Active in AWS were Joyce Wilfley and Dot Dobie who worked on the council. With the coming of spring, the fresh- men became more a part of the school life at the college. They tried to learn to study, definitely learned, with the rest of the school, how to drink coffee to keep awake and also warm, and brought a good deal of school spirit into the college. Mrs. Emily Schweinler and son, Dave, enter college together Top left-Square dancing at WAA Co-recre- ational night . . . Top right-lndustrious Trail writers at work . . . Center left- CPS's publicity man, John Blake . . . Center right-Spurs working during chapel time. G-lciiviiieg . . To provide an organization for promotion and control of students' affairs, and to en- courage student cooperation with the college administration and faculty in maintaining the standards of the college . . . " is the purpose ot the Associated Students of the College of Puget Sound. Bill Stivers ably led the Associated Stu- dents ot the College of Puget Sound in one of its most successful years. Changes were made and the student body is now running more smoothly than ever. Aiding Bill were Yvonne Battin, vice- president: Nancy Riehl, secretary: Gerard Banks, treasurerg and Ellery Capen, general manager. l l BILL STIVERS Student Body President Associated Students NANCY RIEHL YVONNE BATTIN Secretary Vice-President ,.g ms , ilfl. Seated Bill Stivers, Nancy Riehl. Standing: Mr. Dick Smith, Gale Hilstad, Mr. Capen, Herb Stark, Chuck Howe, loanne Stebbins, Leonard Raver, lim Ernst, Ted Vaughn, Ed Balarezo, Howie Meadowcroft. Central Board Finance Committee Mr. Capen, Bill Stivers, Nancy Riehl. Central Board is vested with the responsibility of appointing committee heads, supervising the control of A.S.C.P.S. finances, choosing publication heads, and planning special cam- pus events. The Board is made up of the following: Bill Stivers, A.S.C.P.S. presidentg Yvonne Bat- tin, vice-presidentg Nancy Riehl, secretary, Gerard Banks, treasurer, Ellery Capen, general managerg Bob Angeline and Dick Frederick, senior representativesg Jim Ernst and Howie Meadowcroft, junior representativesg Ben Fawcett and Joanne Stebbins, sophomore rep- resentatives: Joan Stensen and Ted Vaughn, freshman representatives: Herb Stark, drama representative, Ken Campbell, forensics rep- resentative: Bob Angeline, intramural repre- sentative: Jean Tippie, women's athletics rep- resentativeg Leonard Raver, music representa- tive, Chuck Howe, Deep Creek representative: Ed Balarezo, Tamanawas Editorg and Cale Hilstad, Trail business manager. The Finance Committee recommends to Central Board solutions and ideas on financial difficulties. The committee includes Bill Sti- vers, Yvonne Battin, Nancy Riehl, Gerard Banks and Ellery Capen. my iw' Sealed: Yvonne Baffin, Nancy Riehl, This year's chapel committee presented a number of outstanding programs. Faculty and student musical presentations, speakers, and movies helped to insure interest of the stu- dents. The candidates for royal positions at dances and for A.S.C.P.S. activities and class offices were introduced. Religious Emphasis Week brought to the college Dr. Allan Hunter who spoke each day on the subject, "Life-Road or Rut?" Among the outstanding speakers were Dr. Thompson, Dr. E. Stanley Jones, Dr. Cyrus Albertson and Dr. Ezra Cox. The chief duty of the Student Affairs Com- mittee is the arranging of a schedule of social functions for the college year with as few conflicts as possible. Composed of faculty and students, the group includes lnter-sorority and Inter-fra- ternity council presidents, the A.S.C,P.S, pres- ident and a representative from the Inde- pendent organization. Dean Lyle Ford Drushel is chairman of the committee. Don Cole, Don Bremner. Ruth Wolland, and Alice Palmer. Standing: Dr. Thompson, Dr. Frederick, Leonard Raver, Frank Peterson, Hal Simonson, and Bill Stivers. Chapel Committee Student Affairs Committee Seated: Bill Stivers Doris Beardsley DAnn Saferife Mrs. Lyle Drusl-iel Patti Lemley Dr. Phillips, Alex Mbrtellaro, Dr. Powlell. Standing: Dr., Shelmadine, Ed Lan'e, Ray Herbert: 75 S' 5 Sv l l -I Q Xl H :ifjg a 2 Wt. 5.5: E xx 4 5.5535 5 M 5 5 3 1 M H 25 fi gusts EMR we -ft Riagg may . E Eaves - tt it .I--ff-f ee .: NADINE KENSLER Fall Editor Murray Morgan Advisor The Trail With Nadine Kensler as fall editor, the Trail made a switch to a lOx7 newsmagazine for- mat, successfully carrying out the experiment which was begun with the final issue last spring. Covers depicting campus events were used, and special alumni and high school issues were published. The new style proved highly successful, for copies were "few and far between" after they had been distributed. Gale Hilstad was business manager, and Lois Wasmund news editor. The editorial staff consisted of Grant Barker, art editor: Doug McArthur, sports editor, Don Jaenicke, faculty and administrationg Don Glen, peopleg Dor- othy Ross and John MacDonald, studentsg and George Victor, entertainment. Reporters were Dick Madden, Jim Gipple, Bob Peterson, Pat Novak, Milan Herben, Bill Mason, Marilyn Jacobson, Bette McMullin, Hazel Mika, Peggy Larson, Helen Hanson, and Leonard Docherty. The staff artists were Marilyn Strandwold Seated: Lois Wasmund, Doug McArthur. Standing: Don laenicke, lim Gipple, Dorothy Ross, Dick Madden, Leon Clark, George Victor, jack Gallagher, Bob Rudsif, and Gale Hilstad. 76 and Mel Bakerg and Leon Clark drew the cartoons. Jack Gallagher and Bob Rudsit were the cameramen. Lois Wasmund took over the editorship the spring semester, assisted by Don Jaenicke, the managing editor. The style continued in the magazine format, but the editorial posi- tions were cut down. Gale Hilstad was busi- ness manager again. The department editors were Don Jaenicke, faculty and administra- tion: George Victor, student affairs: Dorothy Ross, Greeks, Doug McArthur, sports, Dick Madden, entertainment: and Jim Gipple, people. Grant Barker stayed on as art editor, as did cartoonist Leon Clark and photographers Jack Gallagher and Bob Rudsit. Pat Novak handled circulation. The reporters were Mari- lyn Jacobson, Helen Hanson, Doris Beardsley, Duane Hagen, Marge Van Well, Dwight Long, Robbin McDonald, Craig Lowry, Joyce Bryne- stad, and Marilyn Strandwold. LOIS WASMU ND Spring Editor Gale Hilstad Row one: Milan Herben, George Victor, loyce Brynestad, Helen Hanson, Lois Wasmund, Doris Beardsley, Marilyn lacobsen, Dorothy Ross Pat Novak, Margie Van Well, and Gale Hilstad. Row two: Robin MacDonald, Bob Rudsit, Murray Morgan, and Dick Madden. Row three lack Gallagher, Duane Hagen, Craig Lowry, Doug McArthur, Don laenicke, and lim Gipple. Tamanawas Ed Balarezo - - - Editor Fern McCulloch - Business Manager Dorothy Ross - Assistant Editor Ray Price - - - Art Editor Wayne Gunderson - Layout Editor Kim O'Brien - - Activity Editor A John Lang - Sports Editor l Gloria Nelson - - Class Editor ED BALAREZO Gloria Greene - - Organizations Editor Editor Writers: Jackie Thurber, Joanne Stebbins, Bev Warner, Bonnie Shields, Barbara l-lill, Dwight Long, Beverly Hansen. Business Staff: Janis Peterson, Carole Long, Howie Mea- dowcrott, Len Spanich, Jack Fabulich, Dick Ghiarovano. Art Staff: Cathie Reed, Jackie Johnson, Annette Ogden, Bill Price, Leon Clark, Len Holton. i i Lynn Wentworth Edward Hungerford Ellery Capen Advisor and Art English Advisor Business Advisor Advisor Dorothy Ross Wayne Gunderson Kim O'Brien Bob Rudsit Gloria Nelson Ray Price Assistant Editor Layout Editor Activity Editor Photographer Class Editor Art Editor 78 Shouting orders to a mutinous Tamanawas staff, editor Ed Balarezo battled deadlines to reach publication of the i950 edition accord- ing to schedule. Without an office to call its own, this industrious crew worked six days a week in a cluttered corner of the Art lab. Stacks of loose copy and pictures, paste jars, dummies lof both lcindsl , clicking typewriters, weary, cursing editors, and timid, confused reporters helped bring gray hairs to the heads of advisors Lynn Wentworth and Ed Hunger- ford. Up to their elbows in grease and paint, the Brothers Price, Ray and Bill, managed to i design this year's cover. They were assisted J Q by Annette Ogden, Len Holton, and Jackie 1 ,QW lui' illlli 2 Johnson. The grasping hand belonged to Fern lvlc- Culloch, who managed the financial affairs this year, Ellery Capen was again business ad- visor. Chasing after ads were Carole Long, Janis Peterson, and Bonnie Shields. Saturday afternoons in the Art lab became routine for the editor, along with associate editor Dorothy Ross and layout editor Wayne Gunderson and their assistants, Bonnie Shields and Joanne Stebbins. FERN McCULLOCH Business Mana ger Left to right: Annette Ogden, Bernadine Budil, Leon' Clark, Fern McCulloch, jackie johnson, Ray week Gloria Nelson, Bonnie Shields , , , ora y oss. jackie Thurber, Barbara Hill Beverly Warner Wayne Gunderson and D ,,,,..-vv'4m1 ,115 Row one: Liz Flerruing, Doug McArthur, Barbara Albertson, Chuck Caddey, Maureen Dessen. Row two: Lora ne Willoughb , Gerry Baic, Rose Carbone, lanrce Grosser, Suzanne Berven, Helen Hanson, leanne Berry. Row threei Dwight Ball, Skip lileisher, Tom gwayze, Sandy Bremner, Ron Stenger, Howie Meadowcroft. Rally Committee Left to right: Liz Fleming, Doug McArthur, Barbara Albertson, Chuck Caddey, Maureen Dessen. 80 Rally Committee was organized in April, l949, as an official hospitality committee for the director of athletics, to encourage school spirit by pre-game rallies, to arrange stunts for halftime entertainment, and to co-ordinate the activities of the yell team. Numerous rallies were held throughout the year, and a special welcoming delegation met the Ham- line University team at the airport. The com- mittee arranged halftime entertainment for basketball games and originated card stunts for both football and basketball games. Rooters' caps were sold during the year. Sandy Bremner served as president the fall semester and Jack Babbit, the spring semester. Ron Stenger was secretary and Doris Beards- ley treasurer. The constitution, revised in February and accepted in March, provided for an increase in the number of officers to 7 and the membership to 55 for a better working organization. The yell team, selected by the Rally Com- mittee, has grown to five members. The fall semester yell team was Barbara Albertson, Maureen Dessen, Liz Fleming, Bruce An- dreason and Chuck Caddey, Doug McArthur replaced Bruce Andreason who was unable to continue during spring semester. Row one: Victor Hugo, Willard Norman, Iverson Cozort, Richard Hammond, john Schartow, Bob Peterson. Row two: Ralph Rowe, less Smith, Frank Niwa, Leonard Raver, Don Hazel, Lohn jones, Harvey Stell. Row three: Ken Dulin, lim Caddigan, Dick Henderson In 1949 Mu Upsilon Sigma affiliated with the national Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia, a pro- fessional music fraternity composed of men interested in music as a profession or an activity. This organization sponsored the var- sity show "Sho' Nuff," and an American music concert, and co-sponsored the song fest with Sigma Alpha Iota. It is helping to bring the United States Navy Band to the fieldhouse next year. Officers were Jack Potter, president, Don Hazel, vice-presidentg John Schartow, secretary, Jess Smith, treasurer, and Bob Peter- son, sergeant-at-arms. Leonard Jacobsen is advisor. Sigma Alpha Iota is a national music sorority composed of women of high scholastic stand- ing who are majors or minors in music. The purpose is to promote musical interests and talents of its members. The C.P.S. chapter was installed on the campus in the spring of 1948. Many musicals and guest artists were sponsored throughout the year. Roberta West- moreland was the president, assisted by Georgia Tippie, vice-presidentg Nancy Riehl, recording secretary, Lavonne Schuler, cor- responding secretaryg George Ann Frank, treasurer, and Kathleen Weidkamp, chaplain. lack otter, Leroy Ostransky, lohn 0'Connor. Music l-lonoraries Left to right: Roberta Westmoreland, Carol Hinds, Camelia Hinds, Peggy Nelmes, Kathleen Weidkamp, Cordys Gough, Lavonne Schuler, Dorothy Ness, loanne Smith, Susan West. 81 2 S sf ve i 2 Raymond Vaught, Leonard lacobsen, Gordon Epperson Tacoma Symphony Faculty Trio . Raymond Vaught nl Qi Clyde Keutzer Row one: Vivian Weaver, Suzanne West, Delores Mae lohnson, Nancy- Riehl, Lorna Hill, Laurine Schore, Margie Lutz, Mary Lee Staggs, Betty Nutting. Row two: Marion Becker, Delores Gutoski, Helen Hahn, Mary Dobbs, Mary Kincheloe, Lavonne Schuler, Kathleen Weidkamp, Garce Fullager, Maxine Shaw, loan Stensen, Bonnie Trefren. Row three: Leonard Raver, john Sharp, Paul Kelly, Leo Morris, lim Ernst, Bruce Hunt, Ted Wahlstrom, Ray Turcotte. Don Hazel, Carol Swenson, loyce Brynstad. Row four: Charles Morrison, Leon Clark, Willie Sepe- toski, Neal Miller, Bob Wolf, Don Bremmer, Roald Reitan, Howard Hitchcock, john jones, Richard Simpson, William Longmire. Adelphian Concert Choir The work of the Adelphian Concert Choir is to bring the attention ot the community and the country to the College. Comprised of forty-one mixed voices, the group is limited to sophomores, juniors and seniors. lts first public appearance this year was in the tieldhouse when several ot the Tacoma churches joined in at Christmas to present Handel's great oratorio, the "Messiah," In February the choir assisted Miss Margaret Myles in the Friends of Music series in the Vrfedgewood Room. The climax of each year's activity is the annual tour, which, this year, included concerts in six western states. The choir performed with skill and spirit, and won wide acclaim. Highlight of the tour was an all-sacred concert in the First Congregational Church in downtown Los Angeles. The choir is directed by Clyde Keutzer. Assisting him this season were Don Hazel, president, Kathleen Weidkamp, secretary- treasurerg Wilbur Sepetoski, librarian, and Leonard Raver, music manager. Symphonic Band if 'q:gL,g,f'f A ,.. f ' it .se- Efj El, rl E. g John O'Connor With 65 bright new uniforms, the symphonic band, formerly the concert band, toured Northern Washington with concerts in tive cities under the direction of John O'Connor. At home they presented music from the United States and Russia in two concerts of the Music of the Nations series. The band appeared in two chapel programs of student- directed music, at athletic events, in the Homecoming parade, and on May Day. Announced as winner ot the annual Sym- phonic Band lnspirational Award was Iverson Cozort. Officers were Robert Peterson, presi- dentg Peggy Nelmes, vice-president and his- toriang and Delia Shaver, secretary-treasurer. Row one: Alan Gord, Dick Henderson, Barbara Combs, Virgil Harwoocl, Bob Peterson, Art Doll, Gerald Pepos, Hal Prescott. Row two: lim Anderson, Ann Cleland, Gerald Christiansen, Bill Rivard, Gene Stephens. Row three: Paul Binnings, Bob Lind, Bob Gregory, Dean Reilly, AI Meddaugh, Dick Norton. Iverson Cozort. CAMPUS TRIO-Left to right: joyce Brynestad, Grace Fullager, Mary Lou Moore Dick Henderson Playing original compositions and arrange- ments of the Modern Arranging Classes, the Workshop Band traveled to eight cities with the concert band this year. Under the direc- tion of Dick Henderson, the group also pre- sented programs in Tacoma and Puyallup high schools, in chapel and on Campus Day. The annual concert was held in Jones Hall on May 5 and featured original interpretations of campus scenes. 85 Row one: Vanette Chenoweth, Dick Drues, Dr. Battin, Edna Niemela. Row two: Lloyd Gaddis, Ed Hibben, Lyle Lindelicn, Andrew Burkhart, Bruce Rector, John Durand. Row three: jackie Hodgson, Barry Garland, Elvan Sholin, Nanette Lindstrom, Byron Norton. jackie Hodgson, Edna Niemela 86 Forensics Discussing a Marshall Plan for the Orient and Nationalization of the Basic Industries, the Forensic Department, under the guiding eye of Doctor Charles T. Battin, weathered the storms of another successful year. They were slow getting started, but the trip to Palo Alto last fall served as a proving grounds, and the experience proved valuable in future tour- naments. The ball got rolling at the Town Meeting Tournament in Portland, where Jackie Hodgson, Ken Campbell, and George Loerch placed sixth, seventh, and eighth, re- spectively out of 39 speakers entered. At the annual Tyro Tournament held on campus, Edna Niemela added the first cup of the year to the trophy case with a first in women's after-dinner speaking. Hal Simon- son, Vanette Chenoweth, and Marilyn Strand- wold entered individual events finals. At Lin- field, Edna Niemela took third in after-dinner speaking, and Barry Garland took fourth in men's oratory, while Herb Richert and Jim Cripple went undefeated into debate semi- finals before being eliminated. Lloyd Caddis entered interview finals, St. Martin's added three new cups to the trophy case as Jackie Hodgson and Edna Nie- mela captured first place in women's debate. Jackie took first in Extemp and third in Ora- tory while Edna took second in both events. Marilyn Strandwold entered interpretive read- ing finals, and C.P.S. walked away with women's sweepstakes. For the men, Barry Garland and Lyle Lindelien were second in men's debate while Bruce Rector entered fi- nals in Extemp. In the last two tournaments at Stockton, California, and Missoula, Montana, Edna Ni- emela entered finals in individual events. Thus another year came to an end, and the debaters retired to rest their voices for another year. Pi Kappa Delta Washington Alpha, the local chapter of Pi Kappa Delta, national honorary, is maintained on the campus for those who have dis- tinguished themselves in forensics. Require- ments of membership include inter-collegiate competition in debate, oratory, extemporane- ous, or impromptu speaking. Four degrees are offered to honor outstanding speakers for their ability. Pi Kappa Delta sponsors regional and national tournaments to which C.P.S. sends representatives. The officers were Jackie Hodgson, presidentg Otho l-lalligan, vice-president: and Dick Drues, secretary. Dr. Charles T. Battin was the advisor. Dr. Charles T. Baffin Row one: Barry Garland, Dick Drues, jackie Hodgson, and Dr. Baffin. Row two: Bruce Rector, Lloyd Gaddis Edna Niemela Lyle Lindelien, and Byron Norton. Row three: Ed Hibben. Row one: Mel Gidley, Claudia Zediker, Helen Pearson, Fern McCulloch, Dave Stell, Gloria Nelson, Doug Cullen, Dale Lien, Mary Kincheloe, Homer johnson. Row two: Bill Gianelli, Kaye Klopfenstein, Ellen Davenport, Herb n Stark. .,,,. ..,,...,..,1 L 'C is -EIB SBK? 4 l -e zmfi d , T ora ea ers . I N Wilbur Baisinger Ellen Davenport Bob Harader Duane Wagner 88 C.P.S. has the honor of sponsoring the only Verse Choir in the Northwest. They are now in their ninth year as a choral reading group, and are in constant demand after they have prepared their programs. Their tenth anni- versary concert was presented in February, and honored the members of the first Choral Readers group which was started in l94l, and former members from other years. Special stage sets and lighting were designed by Don Crabs for the group, The members were Dave Stell, Mary Kincheloe, Ellen Davenport, Claudia Zediker, Herb Stark, Kaye Klopfen- stein, Helen Pearson, Gloria Nelson, Dale Lien, Fern McCulloch, Mel Cidley, Bill Cia- nelli, Homer Johnson, and Doug Cullen. Dick Boyd, Diane Jensen, Don Crabs, Homer lohnson, Gloria Nelson The Spring Play, James l-lilton's "Lost Horizon," was presented in April by the drama department. lt is the story of four people who crash in a forsaken valley somewhere in China, and then are discovered and taken to Shangri-La. Conway, Mallison, Bernard, and Miss Brinklow were portrayed by Homer Johnson, Bob Harader, Edward Lund, and Ellen Davenport. Others in the cast were Joan Otterson, Beverly McKinney, Tom Cherring- ton, Dick Lane, Dick Boyd, Gloria Nelson, Diane Jensen, Bruce McKinney, and Barbara l-lolmberg. The annual workshop plays, ranging from comedy to romance to drama, were presented in March. The one act plays, which were complimentary to the public, varied in length from one to ten minutes. The plays given were, "All on a Summer Day," "Sit-Down Strike for Love," "Arrival in Person," "Poor Old Jim," "Tit for Tat," "Dog Tricks," "Ro- mance," and "Would Your Husband Shoot?" The plays were directed by Martha Pearl Jones. Drama Marfha Pearl Jones Edward Lund, loan Otterson, Gene Campbell, Orville Olson, Delores Hankins. l l 89 , r ,, .... az:- Qgkwfii ,... K ' af 'X 'S '55-Q 4 'f f xg L, , A x ,Q ff A. Q, Q ff xx? If , H. lui S si R .4 . -v ' ,W- pgs is 2-ffi Q M H :W llgg XA 1 ,- I ,xx 4 Nil 3 in 1 In Homecoming Top left-Co-chairmen, Barbara Albertson, Ralph Wehmhoff . . . Top rigl1t-Homecom- ing royalty . . . Center left-Beardgrowers and queen . . . Bottom right-Homecoming queen, Gloria Ellexson. a 1 1. 1 A E112 . Zi? 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AWS FRESHMAN TEA 96 Left to right: Edna Niemela, Mary Grucnewald, Delores Breum, Doble, loyce Wilfley, Carol Swenson. Associated Women Students The Associated Women Students is composed of all women students at the college. They automatically become members upon their matriculation. The purpose of A.W.S. is to further scholarship service and cultural aims of the women of C.P.S. The first event of the year was the frosh activities tea, which intro- duced the new students to the college and the many activities offered. The annual in- formal tolo was held in February, with the theme "Oceana" Cal Frazier was chosen as King Neptune to reign over the festivities. Alice Palmer was president of the organiza- tion. 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He also showed his ability in basketball by bringing home a second place tie with Central Washington College of Education. Assisting Heinrick were Harry Bird, line coach and head scout, Ray Mahnkey, back- field coach, Rod Ciiske, line coach, Tippy Lock- hart, assistant backfield coachg Joe Mahoski, assistant backfield coach, and Bud C-reedy, assistant line coach. Bird and Ciiske also coached track, Bird handling the running events and Giske taking the field division. lvlahnkey coached frosh basketball and, in the spring, took over the baseball squad. Coaching Staff JOHN HEINRICK Rod Giske Ray Mahnkey Harry Bird V i Football Dick Brown: Rated first team on both defense and offense, Evergreen Conference, Honor- able Mention on All-Coast Squad, All- Northwest second team. Captain Dick Hermsen: Evergreen Conference defensive team, All-Northwest second team. Len Kalapus: Evergreen Conference defensive team. Mel Light: Evergreen Conference offensive team, All-Northwest second team. Verne Martineau: All-Northwest first team, Honorable Mention Evergreen Conference. Hank Pond: Evergreen Conference offensive team. Ray Spalding: Evergreen Conference defensive team. Warren Wood: Second team Little All-Ameri- can, Honorable Mention All-Coast Squad, first team All-Northwest, All-Evergreen, Honorable Mention on "Big" All-Coast Eleven, played for West in Shrine Came. I 'f'i' l g Graduating Seniors of the Football Squad 4 N nf: ..... - .- iw- +- 'iifffgir'-?'r?i'ii. ls H V Line: Dick Brown Lee Turnbull l Les Gilsdorf Verne Martineau Warren Wood Dick Hermsen Norm Pollom Backfield: Howard Martin .lim Sulenes Bob Robbins Mel Light 1,6 -, , 'VM-"J , ',.,. f ., . fl: . -".- , f . '-'73-'. ian., ---fa - f l' gigs. 1 l I IQ 4 A Q nf ' ' I1 shi Nu., ,Zigi Ui iff-ff . V ,V r . -L ,A ,lv ? 1 ,Li ji.'.1!'JE -11.2 V nlwh . 1 I .A 1 Y, is 7 4 ,,.rta4, 'Q L. 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C.P,S. was unbeaten, and when lVlel Light scored the first touchdown in the second quarter with a 7l-yard run around right end, it looked like just another football game. Suddenly, the Wildcats clawed back with three quick touch- downs. Although lvlel Light scored on another 88-yard run, and Bob Demko's and Verne lVlartineau's tackles hurt the Wildcats, the Loggers staggered home to lick the wounds of their first defeat ot the season, Zi -l3. Dale Larson Don Murdock Ed Notley wr 'ta-:ML E a LA 'TF' iii WA! n 1 B. was .M Mu I.. sas! ,.,,Vm , Pi Wm' an . . , , 5. t-uw W. i Xi .5 W g V ,-, f f .sasaa:s: Q. A Y Y -ag -Ali., + . .-sm. Q Q xx Hg, W C. P. S. 46 - - Whitwortlw 7 Footballs dotted the skies of Spokane as Whit- worth and C.P.S. battled via the air routes. The Pirates had nothing to lose, while the Log- gers were out for the co-championship of the Evergreen Conference. 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I 2 0 66 I50 CPS ........ ...... 2 O Pacific Lutheran .... 0 St. lVIartin's .......... 0 Eastern ..,. ...... 7 Central .... ....,.... 2 I Willamette .......... 0 ' 7 Wnltworth .......... Western .............. 0 Pacific Lutheran .... 0 Top left: Dick Brown gains a few more yards. Top center: Totem Pole trophy on display. Top right: Bob Carlson catches a long one. Bottom left: An Eastern Player goes down. Bottom center: Warren Wood smothers a St. Martins player Bottom Right Mel Light off for a long gain. Honorable Mention on Evergreen Conference Team Dick Boyle, Bob Carlson, Bob Demko, Harvey de Carteret, John I-leinriclc, Jr., Dale Larson, Mel Light, Howie Martin, Don Murdock, Ed Q: Aw-, I v' V, 0 00 Q 4. , D f ., LE. I 6 rt Notley, Bob Robbins, and Lee Turnbull. Dec. Dec. Dec. Dec. Dec. Dec. Dec. Dec. Dec. Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan. Feb. Feb. Feb. Feb. Feb. Feb. Feb. Feb. Mar Mar Mar Mar. N. N. Basketball 2 3 9 i3 I5 I9 20 27 28 3 6 7 9 12 l4 l7 20 21 28 3 4 lO ll 15 l7 24 25 6 7 l4 i5 Varsity Schedule l Conference and Non-Conferencel ,.......,.,.,,..Willamette .....,.Pacific U. U. of Wash. Portland U. .......P.L.C. .......Willamette .......Pacific U. ,,,,,,,ldaho St. Portland U. ,,,,,,.Seattle U. Wash. Hamline Whitworth P.L.C. Central Seattle U. U.B.C. Wash. P.L.C. Wash ,,,,.,,U.B.C. Central .,.,.,.P.L.C. St. Martin' St. Martin' H,-,,,Whitworth Wash. Wash ,,,,.,,Central Louisiana ,,,,.,.,,,.,,,,.Brooklyn S S A. l. B. Playoffs at P. L. C. A. l. B. Tournament at Kansas City CPS CPS CPS CPS CPS CPS CPS CPS CPS CPS CPS CPS CPS CPS CPS CPS CPS CPS CPS CPS CPS CPS CPS CPS CPS CPS CPS Final Conference Standings Won Lost Eastern Washington ....... .... l 3 l College of Puget Sound ...... .... l O 4 Central Washington ...... Pacific Lutheran .... IO 4 8 6 Pct. 928 .7l4 7l4 571 Whitworth .... 7 7 SOO St. lVlartin's .................. .... 3 l l .213 Western Washington ..... .... 3 l l 213 British Columbia .......... .... 2 l2 l43 Frosh Schedule CPS ........ ....... 4 9 Seattle Pacific ...... ........, 4 5 CPS ,....... ....... 3 l Pacific Lutheran .. ,.....,.. 32 CPS ...,.... ....... 4 8 Stadium High ...... ........, 3 5 CPS ........ ....... 5 O Skagit J. C. ......., ......... 6 9 CPS ,......, ..,.... 4 5 Everett J. C. .... .,...,.,, 5 S CPS ...,.... ....... 4 3 Seattle U. ........... .......,. 6 2 CPS ........ ....... 5 O Centralia J. C. ....... ......... 4 8 CPS ........ ....... 5 3 Olympic J. C. ...... ...62 CPS ........ ....... 5 l Everett J. C. ...... .....,... 7 4 CPS ...,.... ....... 5 7 Skagit Valley ,...,., .,....,, 6 l CPS ,....... ....... 5 3 Dynaflows . ........ ...,,.., 4 2 CPS ......... ....... 3 3 P.L.C. ................ ........ 3 6 CPS ........ ....... 4 9 Seattle Pacific ..... ,..,.... 4 5 CPS ........ ....... 3 9 P.L.C. ................ ....... . .34 CPS ........ ....... 6 l Dynaflows ....... ........ 4 7 CPS ........ ....... 7 O Auburn ........ ........ 3 6 CPS ......... ...... 4 5 P.L.C. ............. ........ 4 7 CPS ........ ....... 5 7 St. Martin's ,..... ........ 3 6 CPS ......... ....... 4 6 St. Martln's ....,. 4l Ori-again-off-again was the Logger cage seas- on. With an Evergreen Conference record of ten wins and four losses, C.P,S. tied with Cen- tral Washington for second place. Going up against Red Reese's highly favored Eastern Washington Savages, the Loggers handed them their only defeat on this year's record in the first conference game. From there it was a massacre of the Whitworth Pirates, and then the slump. P.L.C. downed l-leinrick's squad by three points, and a 62-4l disaster struck on the home floor of Central Washing- ton. Then, with a half-and-half record, the Loggers tightened up, and eight consecutive opponents fell before the attack until they again met Whitworth. Just before the Eastern game, five Whitworth men stuck it out alone for an entire game and a Sl -46 win to blanket the Logger's title hopes. The next night Eastern completed the demoralization and re- venged the outcome of their first meeting with Puget Sound. Heinrick won a toss with Central to put C,P.S. in the N.A.I.B. playoffs BASKETBALL TEAM RETURNS FROM KANSAS CITY i l Left to right: Ed Honeywell, Bob An eline, Tom Metiak, .Bob Rinker, Garry Hersey, Don 8 Ellis, Bob Safer, Liz Fleming, Rod Gibbs, Bill Stivers, Money Dessen. at P.L.C., and although the Loggers lost out, they still went to Kansas City, filling a vacant spot in the tournament schedule. Louisiana State Teachers' College was the first opponent, and victory seemed imminent for the Loggers when the score stood at 63-55 in their favor with eight minutes to go. But Gibbs and Rinker fouled out with five minutes left, and Louisiana took advantage of the situation to tie it up at 64-all at the final gun. Baskets by Frazier, Sater, and Brown gave the Loggers a two-point lead, and the game went to C.P.S. with a 70-68 score. Hopes crashed the next day after a Brooklyn College defeat, 64-47, after which the squad took the train for home. ln conference play, the Loggers, led by Rod Gibbs and Don Ellis, stacked up 699 points in fourteen games, for an average of 49.92 points per game. Gibbs had 2l2 points for the conference season, and Don Ellis was next with llZ, followed by Dick Brown and Bob Rinker with lll each. Bobby Angeline, one of last year's top scorers, was kept out for a large part of the season with injuries. ll7 .1J I w : E C. P. S. 46 - - Eastern 45 Bill Stivers Bob Angeline Don Ellis ll8 With l7 seconds to go the Loggers came from behind to score a 46-45 victory over the heavily favored Eastern Washington squad. C.P.S. began the game with a three-point lead, but by half-time Eastern's Savages led 20-13, Eastern continued to lead until 25 seconds remained, and the scoreboard read 45-42. Then Bill Stivers let loose with a two- handed set shot. Both teams' tall men jumped for the rebound and Dick Brown was fouled as the ball swished through the net. Brown stepped to the foul line and sank both shots, to send the Loggers ahead for keeps. YN 0, 'Q EEEE 6 6, "'1 -t sf , " .fi-v f'."' f"'4' -riff V 1 , A-- i.,.:i ,-if . -x if va L , ' f - u 1 X K -5 S l I fa V+- 4 9 .J a QS' age' ' v 3' - i ' ' 'ff ai W I 's1'4z1'lA:Q: 'f .. z E W .. .zz 7 - . igibi w Q Q Sv .gf .xi " , ' A, 55" W 63.1 ' QQ' , .,,. I -s, .1 W ,.- sa mf' Mwmmu. K7 W, X 2 W. .,......,..,., - K .. .-,-.v.-.-..-.,:,., E 'Hn W . M s 4 1 l . ,jf 3 1 ' ,Hin u as ww 1 -1, .fr 'hu 'vm W vu- fn -Q Qr Sm R -us .4-r 1 .aa . -. 51 vf v , X if in L ' M if .. 5: ' e ,H 15.3. W., E QM W wa B. .EQ-mf E gm-. ,. Lg X-mg :Wm was was gngmw .-nm .Q M E igmga fqwug, u?WEf?u NEWER EE my ,.... an sxikxmswa Hmm. .: X ,. :LZ -T 'zfibn ' N, 3 A , - "'- J J .. J.. '. ws ff X - A .W 4 'QL ' wig. V W .. N 4.1. QQQ sag! fm X' "xx ,. " - v , Q. .:.:.. :. pf. . " A X 'ii -i I , .,.,,. 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With minutes left in the game, they had come within two points of the CPS score, but with new speed the Loggers hit 45-37 and were never again threatened. ,ifi Jack Grader VN exe: - UQ: Ih r! If GMX 5, I .M ig., nf, ' In we P t 9 CJ X? Jr X f7 7 77 15,55 V ,JP i 123 'FWS' 'l . Jack Fabulich and Coach Harry ird Captain Dick Lewis 4 Track Two previous Evergreen conference track records were broken this spring by C.P.S. freshman Frank Smith. He tossed the shot 48 feet l inch and the discus l40 feet 8 inches. The previous shot record was 44 feet l inch and the discus l27 feet 7V2 inches. The Loggers won the second place trophy in the St. lVlartin's relays in competition with eleven other schools. Returning lettermen Captain Dick Lewis, low hurdles and relay, Jack Fab- ulich, 440 and relay, Dale Larson, sprints and relay, Wayne Mann, high jump, John Mc- Corry, l00 yard sprint and relay, and Dwayne Westlin, high hurdles, were Coach Harry Bird's main point-getters, along with new men on the squad, Alton Brooks, 4403 Wally Er- win, pole vaultg John Friars, high hurdles: Emmett Ludwig, pole vaultg Burt Ross, low hurdlesg Ed Saferite, 880, Earl Sholin, 880 and mile, Frank Smith, shotput, discus, and jave- ling and Odey Victor. Traclc Schedule April 5 April 8 April 15 April 22 April 29 May 5 C1 6 P.L.C. 76 C.P.S. 50 C.P.S. 72 V4 Western Wash. 583A ST. lV1artin's 31 C.P.S. 66 V2 Central Wash. 64Vz Eastern Wash. 88-ZX3 C.P.S. 40 P.L.C. 33-U3 U. of Portland 69 C.P.S. 57 lSt. lvlartirfs Relaysl Eastern Wash. 51 C.P.S. 31 V2 Central Wash, 20 High Jumper Wayne Mann 100 yard dash in dual meet with P.L.C. was may av W Y we :GSX 1 tm , ,NWN , A QQ.-f .TWH Q, A' W 'K by A 9- 4955355 m .QW .af ,14- L ff' Jw? ,i,.. ,mf 'W ,M :mi tif Q .WQQS , ,.g5,5, ,M M 5455 mf Ja ,ma LOGGER SKIERS POSE AT THE MT. NORWAY LODGE-Standing: Don Gasaway, Don Gilsdorf, Weldon Howe, Russ Read. Seated john Boesel, Chuck jorgenson, Chuck Howe, Dr. Sprenger. Skiing This year the hickory riders saw many new developments towards the crystallization of collegiate skiing at CPS. Under the leadership of Captain Chuck Howe, the varsity squad participated in the Banff lntercollegiatesg various Intercollegiate Invitationals throug- hout Washingtong and numerous Pacific Northwest Ski Association class A, B, and C races. GOLF TEAM- Seated: lack Enright, jimmy Gibson, Bud Holmes. Standing: Morgan Barofsky, Don Moz Golf With nine straight wins the College of Puget Sound's golf team under the direction ot Coach Jack Enright became the "team to beat" in the Evergreen League. Bruce Andreason, Morgan Barotsky, Dick Carter, Jimmy Gibson and Don Mozel were the returning lettermen. The other two berths on the squad were held by newcomers Jack Sweeting and Bud l-lolmes. son, Dick Carter. . ni 'W 'Q 5325" .fg,ii2s1llll'iff?T,T' 1 'L' r' V:,:": el, lack Sweeting, Bruce Andrea IP! ' 'Q . . L . .gf - , U A Row one: Robert Nugent, Art Viafore, Don Semmern, Wells Anderson, Bill Sfocklin, Garry Hersey, Earl Birnel, Elbert Beamer, Don Murdock, Coach Mahnkey. Row two: Weldon Stillwell, Dick Salatino, Ted Falconer, Frank Smith, Keith Predmore. Bob Snodgrass, Roy Loper, Bruce lorgenson, Mickey Murphy, Bob Buckell, Cam Haslam, Herb Klippert, Ed Annas. Baseball This spring Coach Ray Mahnkey had l3 re- turning Iettermen, six of them pitchers, to defend the Loggers' Western division title of the Evergreen Conference. Veterans on the mound staff include Wel- don Stidwell, Don Semmern, Keith Predmore, Roy Loper, Bob Snodgrass and Len Kalapus. Besides the ball twirlers there were Don Greenwood on first base, Elbert Beamer, Earl Birnel and Carry l-lersey playing second and short, and the outfielders were Ed Annas, Larry Higdon and Cam l-laslam. The team started the season badly with a lO to Z pasting from Pacific Lutheran, but they retaliated the next Monday at 5 to 2. The Loggers then out-socked St. Martin's 8 to 4, dropped two games to Western Wash- ington College of Education, and beat the Lutes once more and St. Martin's twice. C.P.S. won the Western half of the Ever- green Conference only to later lose the Con- ference title to Central. C.P.S. BATTERS IN THE DUGOUT Q . -. ri"-553 , I I . . D INTRAMURAL COUNCIL F-cated: Harry Bird, Bob Angeline. Dick Tibbits, Len Spanish. Standing: joe Manley, Don Bertram, Fred Carter, Gene Wahlers, Garry Hersey lntramural Sports Under the direction of Harry Bird and the football, bowling, basketball,skiing, ping pong, watchful eye of Manager Bob Angeline, intra- volleyball, track, badminton, and softball mural sports were run off this year in fine honors. With the experience which was gained fashion. All of the men's organizations on through this year's schedule, next fall should campus-the lndees, Todd Hall, and the fra- see the opening of an even more successful ternities-entered teams in competition for calendar. INTRAMURAL TRACK WINNERS-KAPPA SIGMA-Seated: Carl Neimi, Ed Annas, Cam Haslam, Don Danielson, Walt Millard, Don Casaway. Standing: Don Gilsdorf, Don Greenwood, Earl Birnel, Bud Blevins, Garry Hersey, Roger Engberg. 129 BTE EAMfSeafed: Hugh McMillan, Bob Mills, Orville Olson, Roger Engberg. Doug Cullen. Sfandingi Doug MacArth D S h ler, Earl Birnel, Don Danielson, Bud Blevins, Don Gasaway. Intramural Football HAY! W L Kappa Sigma ....... ..,... ..... 7 O Kappa Sigma .... Sigma Chi ,....... ..... 6 I Sigma Nu ...... Theta Chi ....a...... ..... 4 3 Theta Chi ........ Delta Kappa Phi ...... ..... 4 3 Sigma Chi ........ Sigma Nu .....,..... ...... 3 4 Delta Kappa Phi Pi Tau Omega ..... ...... 2 5 Todd Hall ........ Todd Hall ...........,........... ............,. 2 5 Independents .... Independents .................................... O 7 AM-Seated: Don Semmern, john McCorry, Chuck Roig, GarryMHersey, Bull Iverson. Standing. Ben Fawcett. Bob B ll C H I Y 3 HE Znll. Kappa Sigma ...... Sigma Chi ....... Sigma Nu ..........., Theta Chi ........ Delta Kappa Phi Pi Tau Omega ., Todd Hall ........ Independents .. Kappa Sigma .... Delta Kappa Phi Theta Chi ,,...... Sigma Chi ........ Independents .... Todd Hall .,...... Sigma Nu .......... Pi Tau Omega .. EAM-Seated: Ben Fawcett, Chuck Roe, Dave Schweinler, Doug McArthur. Stand g A Cam Haslam, Wayne Mann. lntramural Basketball "B" TEAM-Kneeling: Dale L D G y E I B l C l N St dl g Ed Annas, Wal W L 'T S 7 O 6 l 4 3 4 3 4 3 2 5 l 6 O 7 W L 7 O 6 l 5 2 3 4 3 4 2 5 l 6 l 6 on a t Mill "A" TEAM-Richard Milton, Roy Loper, Gsrdon lones, George Hall, Ch EAM-Kneeling: Don Semmern, Don Gasaway. Standing: Ed Annas, Don Maitland, Garry Hersey. 132 LM. C uck Howard. Bowling UAH Theta Chi .... ....,.,.. Sigma Chi .,.. Sigma Nu ....... Kappa Sigma ....,. Independents ....., Delta Kappa Phi ,,... Pi Tau Omega ...,... Todd Hall ....... CCB!! Kappa Sigma ...... Theta Chi ...........,. Delta Kappa Phi ,,,,., Sigma Nu ........ Sigma Chi .......... Pi Tau Omega .. ..... Independents ...... Todd Hall ....... 4871 4608 4383 4338 4100 3892 3747 3572 4655 4327 4312 4167 4073 3853 3605 3403 Volleyball W L Kappa Sigma ........A... ,.,.,, 7 O Delta Kappa Phi ,a..,, ,,,.,, 6 I Sigma Chi .........,.. ,..... 5 2 Sigma Nu ...... ....,. 4 3 Theta Chi ...... ...... 3 4 Todd Hall ...... ...... 2 S Pi Tau Omega ...,. ...... l 6 Independents .,... ...... O 7 Morrison. Siandingi Bob Sund, Ben Fawcett, C Sigma Chi ..... .....,.. Todd Hall ........ ........ . Independents ....... ...,.... plng pong Theta Chi .....,..... ........ Pi Tau Omega ......,. ..... Delta Kappa Phi ..., ,.... Kappa Sigma ..,. Sigma Nu ....... PING PONG-Len Spanich, Ron Tuttle, Ed Balarezo, Gurdon Marvik. VOLLEYBALL'-Kneeling: Les Cilsdorf, Cam Hasl D D I W y M B b W 18 I6 15 13 1 It 5' ' Ii .L ' 5, r ravi? E H tiff -wt X tart, . iw ff: , wi .. T' iifilir 2 T ' stain V' 4 Sei-52:3 fl xiii' VTX l' i X4 - .. tiny, ,X .nn 2. ,: JV qs li, ,E mfs . ,, -wif H uggge es, ,JV M, ,I - L, in s, V M , L., ml 4 V . l .Mi .., . V s sb' 3 WAA OFFICERS-Seated: Corrinne Engle, jeanne Shugard, Lita Jlolrtlnqcfr. Standing: lean Tippie, Chris Osfrom, Fern McCulloch, Claire c ei . F... l Women's Athletic Association ! 1 Alice Bond WAA-Row one: Carol Hinds, lane Creswell, lackie lohnson, Marian Becker, Eunice Williams, Beverly Muir. Row two: lean Tippie, Dorothy -Dobie, Claire McNeill, Fern McCulloch, Lita johnson, Corrinne Enle, leanne Shugard. Row three: Hazel Mika, jo Anne Wood, Barbara Di lullo, Barbara lugovich, Virginia Wahlquist, Dorothy Schut, Chris Ostrom, Freda Garnett, L, l34 Q RW- 'Q 6 if Tyyf ,e "'+"' ' 'M ' 3Wo?1'2v2ds'XQ0. 'f ' QVVQ' 05.403 1 X eww rt .ver 4 o'o'ft'i"sW92"s4'1'3t!' .336"55pv??x'4'g5"4'o'o' 9,:,9:9z68fS4 93.93419 4 0 wa'-9 4' Q 43,0 A 4.8 g',t,4L,o,A Membership in the Women's Athletic Associ- ation is the reward for ZOO points earned by women during noon turnouts in major and minor sports. One hundred points are awarded for every major or minor sport com- pleted. Aside from a rigorous athletic sche- dule which includes both inter-class and inter-sorority competition, W.A.A. finds time WAA COUNCIL-Seated: Marian Becker, leanne Shugard, Chris Ostrom, L ta johnson Eun ce Williams. Standing: Fern McCulloch, Freda Garnett, Corrinne Engle, lan Tpple Clair McNeill, Virginia Wahlquist. for a social calendar. Co-recreational nights were sponsored in the gym during the year. Sport tours were outstanding phases of the schedule. A group of girls attended a field hockey conference at the University of Wash- ington in November. Later, twelve girls were sent to another conference at Oregon State in Corvallis, WAA FORM SWIMMING TEAM l K, Q 3 wi .F H W?-W wi' we- 1 X Q. 91 :Q Q ' 1 ug w H S .qi D 1' 7,36 -H2 Q M Nw . W T -Q-,gum Q 4 .,IIIIfI. II 7- MENH ' f ff, 5. Us i 551 Y 5 'W' II v.W,,., , g, S. 1 .... 'V I ' Q: u I Ig. M WF. .., R. ., H "," 'xl' 'F ' H . 'QQ 4 M W2 f w' -'N if' H ' , '1' Si ,,1' I' ' ., ' H gag? B ' K -, .:j,E?q-'-- HH az-. 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Y ,,,,,I.IIIIgI,IIIixigi.IIIwm K 'Ax 'hx IGB - . : Kim ways!" wma mass s ws- 0 X 'zgvznija,fL0n.4 , ri' li, a l ,s l. ., ,X ' l -J Thirteen girls live at Kittredge Hall, better known as the SUB, amid the bustle of hundreds of students who eat, talk, study, and play the juke box there throughout the day. At Christ- mas, the girls caroled the other living groups on the campus, and had an exchange of gifts party given for them by their house mother, Mrs. Lyle Ford Drushel, The president of the group was Betty Nutting. The smallest dorm on campus has come to mean much to its six residents as their college home. Last minute dashes to the store, the addition of a huge monkey tree on the front lawn, the small and nearly invisible wires up- setting visitors, Herman the mouse and his frequent visits, drifts of snow inside the house during the blizzard, trumpet and clarinet practice in the basement, gab fests until the wee hours, mad dashes for the telephone, coming home to find the furniture re-arranged, all served to liven life at the Cottage. Sealed: Betty Nutting, Mary Lou Moore, Nelda Smith, Mrs. Drushel, Donna Whiteside, Delores Cutoski. Standing: Harriet Haines Pat Hotes, Gracia Barkuloo, Evelyn Cough. Kittredge I-lall The Cottage Row one: Marcia Wallin, juanita Wilson. Row two: Mary Cross Marlys Wallace i bei. lean Stobbs, Peggy Nelmes. we iixiiiik 1:8 l ii ACNES HEALY ANDERSON HALL ,Kia 4, Q Ig aw, Mrs. Carolyn Schneider Housemother Anderson Hall Residents of Anderson Hall had another busy year. At Christmas they entertained at Madi- gan Hospital. They were hostesses at the Council of Churches Youth Center. Their big social functions included a Christmas party and a spring cruise. Officers serving under Luba Ostofichuk, the fall semester president, were Anne Ev A ROOM IN THE DORM Stefon, Bonnie Trefren, Delores Breum, Dot Dobie, Esther Voegelein, Doris Smith, Marian Swanson, and Mary Dobbs. With the spring semester president, Mary Cruenewald, were Doris Bremner, Mary Dobbs, Peggy Campbell, Barbara I-lill, Elizabeth Brad- ham, Marilyn Ruchty, and Esther Voegelein. ANDERSON HALL OFFICERS-sealed: Esther Vocgelein, Mary Cruenewald Peggy Campbell, Luba Ostofichuck, Anne Ev Stefan. Standing: Marilyn Ruchfy Liz Bradham, Dot Dobie, Marian Swanson, Mary Dobbs, Doris Bremner Bar bara Hill, Delores Breum, Bonnie Trefren. 42 !X,4' .1 A il- , A l E -QL - ' V 53 , nail, I 1' ' 'ir I 727519 E I. ,' V' .I 'fffigt ' 1' 1 ,fl 1 , ' vi M . fl". 312, ,'. -, '- t , jgggXa...,I Q' .f"'Q.9se Wag. ' ,. ,f.- Mrs. Carl Peterson Housemother EDWARD H. TODD HALL Todd I-lall Mrs. Peterson was again kept busy this year, sewing buttons and mending rips tor her adopted sons. Fire hose fights, pie feeds, "barbershopping," ultimaturns from Dean- Powell, late studying, cold water in the morn- ing, shower singers, and broken washing ma- chines, all combined to provide excitement FALL OFFICERS-George Rice, Tom Chcrrington, Cal Frazier, Ralph Mackey. Bill Morton. for the lOO men who called Todd Hall "home" Fall and spring officers were George Rice and Frank Peterson, president: Bill Morton and Byron Brady, vice-presidentg Ralph Mackey and Bernard Bailie, secretary, Cal Frazier and Calvin Gentle, treasurerg and Torn Cherring- ton, historian. SPRING OFFICERS-Byron Brady, granlf Peterson, Tom Chernngton Calvin ent e. m. A , ds T75 ' H , E th V I ' , P tt D , N tt Lindstrom, Shirley Brubaker, Mary Dobbs, Virginia Wahlquist. Row two: ROW One' lean agemelzlleary iouerMot:'E? i:anCogpIZ, C?I?aire ah':1?:NiilI, Corrinne Engle, Grace Fullager, Lois Wasmund. , Spurs Martha Pearl Jones SPURS SPONSOR MARCH OF DIMES DRIVE I44 From a small group of girls at Montana State in l922 came the beginning of a service or- ganization known as Spurs, national sopho- more women's honorary. The group banded and expanded with the motto, "At Your Ser- vice." Since the first C.P.S. chapter was initi- ated in l926, the motto and the group have survived and assisted other new chapters in the west. A Spur group consists of l5 soph- omore women, tapped in the spring of their freshman year on the basis of scholarship and activities. Commencement is Spur time, a weekend of bustling activity, when the new tapees spend the entire weekend work- ing at the college, ushering and decorating. At the beginning ot the fall semester, now fully initiated, the girls' first big project is the job of registration and freshman week orientation. Wearing their maroon and white circle emblems, the Spurs work in charitable drives, school activities, civic events, and sales campaigns. Before becoming inactive, the chapter holds a meeting to decide tapees for the coming year, and at the A.W.S. banquet in lVIay "the Spurs of Puget Sound all march the table round, to tap a Spur to tap a Spur to tap a baby Spur." Officers were Patty Doe, president, .lean l-lagemeyer, vice-president: Jo Copple, secretary, Corrinne Engle, treasurer, Lois Wasmund, editor, Grace Fullager, 'song leader, and Joanne Stebbins, historian. l l Row one: Fred Peterson, Larry Engle, Rod Smith, Bill Stidwell. Row two: Byron Brady, Tom Rutledge, Chuck Caddey, Cal Frazier. Tim Chapman, Web Foreman, Ed Drucs. Row three: Bob Badger, Tom Swayze, Barlow Day, Bruce Brooke, Bob Berg, Larry Hoover, The motto of the Inter-Collegiate Knights, "Service, Sacrifice, and Loyalty," was carried out this year in many ways. The maroon sweaters and knight emblems were a familiar sight around campus as the Knights continued their service projects. The group is composed of sophomore men tapped in their freshman year for service. A freshman mixer was sponsored by the Knights in the fall to intro- duce the new students to the campus. The evening was spent scavenger hunting and dancing, and free refreshments were served. Ushering at chapels, the Varsity Show, and the song fest, passing out cards for card stunts at football games, and helping at election time were only a few of the many services performed. Other projects were building the stage for the Varsity Show, passing out Christ- mas candy, decorating and obtaining the an- nual Christmas tree for Jones l-lall, and serving dinner for campus day. Ron Stenger, Ray May, Lon Hoover. "4 rtsvwvr, l222iefll4fi2fl7ll1i K .::'l-if .5 .aalitri 5' . filly 'f'll'llp ri :il r E 'IIEIEIEIEQIEEII ---- '-'- , - . "TZ Xi-- ii. ' 'fly 1 ' lil 'Tl ea,g'5'f2 ' 4 V e, gi rly, fr-ry S -..- A. V .ffl ...,..'.'. Ll John 0'Connor CAL FRAZIER, CPS KNIGHT, HEADS THE CANCER DRIVE. l45 INDEPENDENT OFFICERS-Robert Goslee, james Beyer, Edna Niemela, Byron Norton. Independents The Independent organization was formed to provide unaffiliated students an opportunity to participate in school activities and functions. Their main activity of the year was the sponsor- ship of the annual all-school Sadie Hawkins dance and the election of Daisy Mae and Li'l Abner, who were Janet Hunt and Jim Petrich. The Independents also participated in sports, forensics, and other college functions. Inde- pendent Cloria Ellexson reigned as Home- coming Queen, and Cal Frazier was the A.W.S. Tolo King. Byron Norton was president, James Beyer was vice-presidentg Edna Niemela, sec- retary, and Robert Goslee, treasurer. INDEPENDENTS SPONSOR SADIE HAWKlN'S DAY DANCE 4 Row one: Barbara Braifhwaite, loanne Neff, Mrs. Clark, Barbara lugovich, Georgianna Iecklin, Pat, NewilI,- luanita Schreuders Row two: Roberta Combs, Sarah Osborne, Elsie Palo, Blythe Callahan. Row three: Ed Notley, Tony Marfelli, Earl Birnel, Bob Washburn Frank The Spanish Club, La Mesa Redonda, is or- ganized to provide outside speakers and dis- cussions for those Spanish students who are interested. Speakers during the year covered various aspects of Cuban, Mexican, Bolivian, and Spanish culture. Waldo Davila of Bo- livia and Genero Perez ot Mexico were guests of the club at its Tuesday night meetings. Students who had visited South America showed slides and talked on their experiences. Officers were Ken Adair, presidentg Elsie Palo, vice-presidentg and Barbara Jugovich, secre- tary-treasurer. Mrs. Ella Mai Clark was the advisor. The Geological Society, a student chapter ot the American Institute of Mining and Metal- lurgical Engineers, has the purpose of pro- moting interest in geology and its application to various fields, The president ot the group this year was Howard Dutro. Doc Mobley was the vice-president, Gerry Bryant, the treasurer, and Henry Sandahl, the program chairman. Miskoski, Lorna Royer, Genero Perez, Richard Lynn, Ken Adair. Spanish Club Geological Society GEOLOGICAL SOCIETY TAKES FIELD TRIP -za rg -1 naman aaa ii aaa Kama-wi. Masq Row one: Geneva Withers, Mary Gruenewald, Luba Ostofichuck, Mrs. Ella Mai Clark, Yvonne Battin, Philip Anselone, Leon Clark, lohn Sampson. Row two: Mrs. Lyle Drushel, Alice Kessler, Dr. Sprenger, Kirk Stewart, Mr. Baisinger, Mr. Banks. Row three: Dr. Regester, Sam Heritage, Bob johnson, Dick Frederick, Al Roth, Gordon Brooks, Louis Raphael, lim Bellamy. Row four: Howard Hitchcock, Calvin Gentle, Oivind Gundersen, Allen Manthei. Dick Nicholson. Bartholomew Brown. Row five: Hal Simonson, Charles Morrison, Russell Gunderson, Stan Warswick, Sylvester Sylvers, Russell Selles, Dick Fechko. Ed Barnes. Row six: Roger Grummel, Dr. Nelson, Verne Hogatt, Dr. Shelmadrne, Dr. Fehlandt, Dr. Seward, Dr. laeger. Mu Sigma Delta Mu Sigma Delta membership is one ot the highest honors which can be received on the campus. High grade point averages are re- quired ot upperclassmen and faculty members in the local scholastic honorary. Meetings are held three times yearly, with new members being initiated at an annual spring banquet. Otloh Otlah, senior women's honorary, is similar to the national Mortar Board. Membership is composed ot senior women who have main- tained a B grade average and have participated in collegiate activities tor two years. New members were tapped at the A.W.S. banquet. Advisor tor the group is Mrs. Raymond S. Seward. Officers were Luba Ostotichuk, presidentg Diane Jensen, vice-presidentg Pa- tricia Schaller, secretary: and Yvonne Battin, treasurer. Row one Yvonne Battin, Mary Gruenewald, Betty Ann Jensen. Row two: Patty Schaller, Diane Jensen, Mrs. Seward, and Luba Ostofichuk. German Club The Deutscher Verein was organized to pro- mote understanding and interest in the Ger- man language and the German people. Among many functions were a Christmas program at the University Place Grade School, a program of Christmas carols in Jones Hall, and the co-sponsorship of the German dinner. The club officers were John Rieman, presi- dent: Beverly Sinkovich, vice-presidentg John Chapman, secretary-treasurer, and Noralee Hoerr, program chairman. Sealed: Noralee Hoerr, john Rieman, Beverly Sinkovich. Standing: Harold Wagner, Sandy Mazzei, Larry Beck, Barton Hartzell, Norman Sagen, Herb Birchman, lack Cowan. l-lome Economics The purpose of the Home Economics Club is to provide leadership experience, to promote friendships, and to create interest in the field of home economics. Activities included a Spanish dinner, a Christmas Tea, a German dinner, making costumes for the varsity show, and sponsoring demonstrations by home econ- omists. Georgia Tippie attended the province meeting in Montana, and Betty Sorenson and Delores Breum were delegates to the state convention in Spokane, Delores being elected state vice-president for the coming year. Row one: Mrs. Melovidoff, Betty Sorenson, Georgia Tippie, Bernadine Budil, Ruby Mclntosh, Molly Coy. Row two: loan Oakes, Delores Breum, Carol Swenson, Mary Lee Cozort, Roberta Westmoreland, Dorothy Schut, Marilyn lacobson, Barbara Bell, Marilyn Mann, Beverly Fox, Betty Rusk, Mary Louise Moon, Marlene Lutz. ff i"f "w"""'-Wt: 2 J :1 Li raifaiaiv 1 Q 5.2. rw. sag rr rr is r r l49 Row one Hsi-Lung Pan, William Bean, Alton Brooks, john Filchek, Dr. Fehlandt, Dick Carlson, loyce Christie, Lyle Feller, Beverly Sinkovich, Helena loslin. Row two: Mr. McCormack, Barton Hartzell, Ed Wilson, Charles Morrison. Chemical Society To promote an interest in chemistry, to hear and meet outstanding men in the field of chemistry at monthly lectures, and to acquaint its members with A.C.S. is the three fold purpose of the student affiliate of the Ameri- can Chemical Society. Students who are majoring or minoring in chemistry or chemical engineering are eligible for membership in ACS. Opportunities for the presentation of papers and for interchange of ideas by the active membership as well as by outstanding guest speakers are given to the members of ACS. ALPHA PSI CHI MEETING Alpha Psi Chi Alpha Psi Chi is the psychology club at C.P.S. Its purpose is to bring before the group a study and discussion of topics of interest to the members. Psychology films were shown, and speakers from Tacoma and the vicinity ad- dressed the group, in keeping with the varied program which was presented during the year. Syd Pryor was the president of the group. Walter Henry served as vice-president, and Jean Cudmundson as secretary-treasurer. Richard Peterson was the advisor. - .4 F. ij .w-. . Y , . ,Em Row one: j. E, Kelly, Leslie Erickson, Warren Brown, Fred Burkhardt, joe Snyder, treasurer. Row two: Donald Poage, Mary Moon, Prof james R. Slater, advisor: Beverly Sinkovich, Roger Crummel, president. Row three: Richard Waller, Lon Hoover, Larry Hoover, Richard Carlson M, M. Skaggs, john T. Chapman, Robert johnson, james Caillouette, Martin johnson, vice-president: Aldon Peterson, jim Luzzr Pre-Med Club The Pre-Med Club brings a closer relationship between pre-med students and their prospect- ive vocation. Meetings and membership are open to any student interested in the medical field. Projects included a library of catalogues from most of the well-known schools, aiding the T.B.X-ray unit on the campus, procuring a film on cancer for a chapel program, and organizing a tour through the University of Washington's new Health Sciences Building. Bob Johnson and Roger Grummel served as fall and spring president, respectively. Cccupotionol Therapy The O.T. club enables O.T.'s to keep up with developments in the field, become better ac- quainted with one another, and maintain a registry of alum members. The club sponsors an open house in the department to promote interest and publicize the profession. The of- ficers were Betty Ann Jensen, president, Rose- mary Rees, vice-president, Jean Hagemeyer, secretary-treasurer: Ruth Perry, publicity chairman, and C-wen Jones, open house chair- man. Miss Edna-Ellen Bell was the advisor. Row one: judy Smith, Eileen Carson, Beverly Hansen, Rachel- Haskell. Row two: Hildred jensen, Pat Parrett, Rosemary Rees, Ruth Perry Gwen jones, Luba Ostofichuck, B. Ann jensen, Armeda Dole. Row three: Elna Allran, Beatrice Salonen, Theresa Burmeister, Edna Ellen Bell, josephine Forbes, Marian Taice, Fredda Lamp, Rosalie Messinger, jeanne Riviere. 'Tr Row one: Warren Wood, Howie Martin, Lee Turnbull, Dick Salatino, Ed Annas, Weldon Stilwell, Dick Lewis, and Larry Higdon. Row two: Bruce Andreason, Dick Hermsen, Roy Loper, Bob Ryan, Cameron Haslam, Bill Richey, Earl Birnel, Bud Blevins, Milt Hegstrom, Larry Rodgers, Paul Kelly, Dick Boyle, Ed Notley, and Bob Carlson. Axemen AXEMEN OFFICERS-Howie Martin, president: Dick Hermsen, sergeant at armsg Milt Heg- strom, treasurer: Earl Birnel, secretary. l52 The Axemen, more tamiliarly known as the Lettermen's Club, has as its purpose the foster- ing of collegiate athletics and athletic inter- ests, and the upholding of ideals and regu- lations ot sportsmanlike conduct among its own members and also other sports enthusi- asts. Eligibility is limited to those men who letter in at least one major sport. Football, basketball, baseball, track, and other sports are all represented in the membership. Side- tracking their athletic interests for one night, the Axemen sponsored their annual Varsity Ball, an informal all-school dance, early in the basketball season. Guiding the organi- zation as president, Howie Martin saw that the ideals of the club were upheld during the year. Harvey DeCarteret served as vice- president, Earl Birnel kept the minutes, Milt Hegstrom was treasurer, and Dick Hermsen rounded out the otficer's roster as sergeant- at-arms. Row one: Nanettc Lindstrom, loan Stensen, Gen Starkey, Beverly Hansen. Row two: Mary Gruenewald, Gerry Crebell, Claudia Zediker, Marjorie Drum. Row three: Harald Wagner, Byron Brady, Frank Peterson, Professor Magee, Dave Key, john Sampson. Fulfilling the religious needs of students is the concern of the Student Christian Council. Three years ago the Council was formed and now includes ten Tacoma churches. To round out a religious program on campus, committees are organized which conduct the activities. Major projects have been morning medita- tions, cell groups, deputation teams, W.S.S.F. drive, Lenten Booklets, and a square dance. Members of the executive committee were Frank Peterson, Byron Brady, Nanette Lind- strom, and Dave Key. The faculty advisors are Professors John Magee and John Phillips. Kappa Phi is a national organization with membership open to every woman student of Methodist preference on the campus, regard- less of other affiliations. This year as a service organization, Kappa Phi had as its project the helping of the underprivileged people of Tacoma. The officers were Patty Voshmik, president: Marlene Lutz, vice-president, Don- ajoy Johnson, recording secretaryg Marian Swanson, corresponding secretaryg Mary Lou Luck, treasurerg VeOna King, chaplaing Vir- ginia Wahlquist, program chairman, and Lela Williams, historian. Student Christian Council Kappa Phi Row one: Margaret Duvall, Lela Williams, ludy Smith, Su Yang Chang. Raw two: Rosalie Messinger, Marian Swanson, Dunajoy johnson, Virginia Wahlquist, Mrs. Bertha Robbins. Patty Voshmik, VeOna King. Row three: Fredda Lamp, jean Hagemeyer, Pat Hardy, Mary Grebell, jeanne Riviere, Suzanne Bervin, Marlene Gately, Marjorie Mann, Margery Pearson. l 53 PHI SIGMA-Row one: Howard lrwin, Tim Chapman, Oivind Gundersen, George johnson. Row two: Larry Hoover. Bob Bendzak, Lon Hoover. Row three: Li Shen Liu, jim Caillouette, Roger Grummel, Dr, Alcorn. Row four: Mrs Irene Creso, Mrs. Thelma Gloyde, Mrs. Blakeslee, Dr. Blakeslee. Row five: Professor Rau, jay Fox, George Fairfax, Martin johnson, jack Cowan. Ph' S' Formerly known as the Biology Club, the Alpha Phi chapter of Phi Sigma was founded on the campus in l948. Phi Sigma is a na- tional biological honorary society whose mem- bership is based on scholastic and research ability. The officers were Howard Irwin, president: George Fairfax, vice-president: and Robert Johnson, secretary-treasurer. The ad- visor was Dr. James R. Slater. Row one: Blythe Callahan, Claudia Zediker. Doris Bremner, Lela Williams, Ann Skupen, Mar- garet Duvall, jackie Hodgson, Edna Niemela. Row two: Mary Matsuda, Carol Swenson, Ima Absuntee, Su Yang Chang. Patsy Williams, Dee Breum, Evelyn Fleck, Marta Heren, Ann Lawrie. Row three: Alex Mortellaro, Hector jemio. Ming Chang, jim Love, Romeo Mendo- sa, Arnie Brunell, Blaine Schulz, Phil Anselone, Yu-Gesh-Woo, Tom Rutledge: Row four: Don Bremner, juho Kari, Arvo Hamalainen, Oivind Gundersen. Hsi-Lung Pan, Ray Eccles, Milan Herben, Howard Hitchcock, Don Cole. International Relations The purpose of the International Relations Club is to give American students and those from other lands the opportunity to mingle, and to stimulate interest in international af- fairs and problems. The club sponsors a drive to raise money for the Du Bon Secours Or- phanage in Paris, which the students of C.P.S. have adopted. Delegates were sent to the annual IRC regional convention, and C.P.S. was chosen as the site of next year's confer- ence. Don Bremner is the club president. ANNUAL INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS CLUB BANQUET 154 l Seated: Harry Caren, Frank Taylor, Lorayne Rockway. Gloria Christianson, loyce Brynestad, loanne Vivian, Chuck Howe. Standing: Coy Moblev, Clint Gossard, Russ Read, Les Fasig, Brian Kepka, Bob Morrison, Carl Heaton, Ann Skupen, Phil Anselone, Dr, Sprenger, Damon Bagley, Ken Yugess, jack Rafferty Chinook Chinook, the former Ski Club, has taken over the sponsorship of all school outdoor activi- ties. The headquarters for the group are lo- cated at the resort at Deep Creek, where skiing, ice skating, and living accommodations are provided for the membership and the stu- dent body. The organization is affiliated with the Pacific Northwest Ski Association. Gloria Christianson was crowned queen of the Win- ter Carnival, which was sponsored by the club. Numerous ski races were also sponsored dur- ing the skiing season. Harry Caren was presi- dent, Dick Drues, vice-president, Wyleen Wil- son, secretary-treasurer, Chuck Howe, recre- ation managerg and Dr. Robert Sprenger was the advisor. Bob Morrison, Eunice Williams, Gloria Christianson, Harry Caren, Lorayne Rockway. -4 ALPHA RHO TAU-Seated: Alice Kessler, Nita Church, Dorothy Ross, Rosemary Seaman, Hildred lensen, Beverly Warner, Barbara Wheeler, Annette Ogden. Standing: Mr. Smith, Howard Hitchcock, LeRoy Menson, Victor Hugo, jack Cowan, Miss Wentworth, Wayne Gunderson, Dick Crabs, Renwick Haugland, john Clark, Ray Demarest, Mr. Haines. Alpha Rho Tau Alpha Rho Tau, one of the two art honoraries on the campus, sponsored a high school art competition and reception in January this year, and co-sponsored the second annual Beaux Arts Ball, which was held in the Field- house in March. Victor Hugo wielded the gavel, assisted by George Stark, vice-president: Kim O'Brien, secretaryg Dick Crabs, treasurerg Dorothy Ross, publicity chairman, and Alice Kessler, refreshments chairman. Membership in Alpha Rho Tau is open to art students on campus, regardless of their major. Delta Phi Delta Alpha Omicron chapter of the national art honorary Delta Phi Delta made its bow a year ago as one of the newer honor societies on the campus. Major projects have been the co- sponsorship of the Beaux Arts Ball, a high school art competition, and a Saturday art class for children. Officers for the current year have been Howard Hitchcock, presidentg Rich- ard Frederick, vice-presidentg Alice Kessler, corresponding secretary, Ingwald Thompson, recording secretary: and Yvonne Battin, treasurer. Standing Don Crabs, Dick Frederick, Miss Wentworth, Miss Chubb, Howard Hitchcock, Victor Hugo, Yvonne Battin, Ing Thompson, Ron Hendrickson. Seated: Miss Walters, Genevieve Grant. l X Jw fmzfzw ' owzilfiw Q SPRING SEMESTER Row onei lane Simmons, Nancy Riehl, Annette Ogden. Row two: Mrs. Qrushel, loyce Brynestad, Doris Beardsley, Ruth Wolland, Mary Inter-Sorority Council The Inter-Sorority Council functions as the only linking group between the four sororities on campus. lt sponsored an all-sorority Christ- mas party in December, and co-sponsored the first annual Creek Ball in April. Dean Drushel and the council president scheduled meetings to discuss the various problems which arose during the year. Fall members were Patti Lemley, presidentg Roberta Westmoreland, vice-presiclentg Corrine Sule, secretary, Chris Ostrom, treasurer, and the representatives, Joan Mooney, Lorayne Rockvvay, Lorna Hill, and Ruth Wolland. The spring members were Doris Beardsley, president, Jane Simmons, vice-president: Joyce Brynestad, secretaryg Mary Dobbs, treasurer, and the representa- tives, Ruth Wolland, Annette Ogden, Nancy Riehl, and Mary Louise Moon. Dobbs, Mary Louise Moon. FALL SEMESTER Row one: Lorayne Rockway, Roberta Westmoreland. Row two: Patti Lemley, Chris Ostrom. Standing: Ruth Wolland. 5 5 5 S S E 2 s Z i Q iz i l l6l FALL OFFICERS joan Mooney ,...... ,. ., .......,.,... President Patti Lemley ................ Vice-President Delores Burchett Annette Ogden Shirley Brubaker ...,.......,........Secretary ........SociaI Director . ................... Treasurer Corrinne Engle ..,.,...,....... Pledge Trainer Alpha Beta Upsilon Joan Mooney Annette Ogden SPRING Annette Ogden .. lane Simmons Joan l-larrison .... OFFICERS ,.................President .,...........Vice-President ..............,...Secretary Joanne Lowry ...,,.,..,....,. Social Director Shirley Brubaker Corrinne Engle .. .............,..Treasurer .,..........Pledge Trainer Alpha Beta Upsilon, a local sorority, was founded in 1925 and received its charter in l926. The Betas, continually striving to bet- ter themselves each year, have been active in school affairs. During the past year, they have kept busy with numerous social affairs, both sorority and all-school. Throughout the year there have been many parties, dances, and firesides. One of the first events was the successful pledge sneak to the Starlight Ath- Dancers pose at the Beta dinner dance. letic Gym. The annual pledge dance followed, as an informal affair held at Wells Hall. Only recently the sorority held its, annual spring dinner dance at the Winthrop l-lotel. The Mother-Father-Daughter Banquet was a srnorgasbord affair held at the Top of the Ocean. Since l947 the Betas have been working for a chapter in a national sorority, and this spring they petitioned Kappa Alpha Theta. Group picture of Betas and their dates at the dinner dance l62 .i 1 2 4 Delta Alpha Gamma FALL OFFICERS Ruth Wolland ........ .........,...... P resident Barbara Bell ., .,,. ........,.. V ice-President Dorothy Schut ....,.., 2nd Vice-President Doris Beardsley . .,......,,.,..,.,.,,,,, Secretary Dorothy Casteel .... .. ...... Treasurer Delores Loveioy ..,,.,.........,.,.. Historian Carol Strain ,,,,.. . .,...,,,, Sergeant-at-Arms 1. SPRING OFFICERS Rulh Wolland ,,.. .. .,..,........ President Peggy Weaver ..,.,....,..,... Vice-President Marian Swanson ...... Znd Vice-President jean l-Iagemeyer ,...............,,.,., Secretary Virginia Wahlqiiist .,.. ......... T reasurer Wyleen Wilson .....,.. ....,,..,...... I- lislorian Gloria Kioeppcr .... .,.Scrgeanl-at-Arms Ruth Wolland When Scrapbooks, meeting minutes, bank books, and a gavel are turned over to new officers, a year of sorority activity ceases and a new one begins. To some 55 girls of Delta Alpha Gamma, it will mark the end of a social and academic year. From rush week to the Rose banquet honoring senior girls, the Gam- ma events seem a blur of activity. A Gay Nineties dessert supper, a Dutch split-date tea, and the Cinderella preference filled rush Gammas and their dinner dates. week. The pledge kidnap breakfast, their sneak, and initiation ceremonies followed. The spring dinner dance was held at the Coun- try Club and the mothers were feted at a spring tea. Volleyball, bowling, and the Beaux Arts punchbowl award went to the Gammas. Under the supervision of the cabinet, the Gammas brought a full and brimming year to a slow quiet hum for the summer months, to wait until the fall arrives, and another piece of sorority history falls into place. The Gamma float in the Homecoming Parade. Alberlson, Barbara '51 Baic, Gerrie '53 Barlles, Nancy '53 Beardsley, Doris '52 Bell, Barbara '51 Berry, Jeanne '53 Barvon, Suzanne '53 Budil, Bernadino '53 Campbell, Peggy '52 Caslael, Dorolhy '52 Church, Elhol Shalluclr Di lullo, Barbara '53 Durlrea, Jayco '52 Folslrow, Kolherine 'Sl Giesy, Marilyn '53 Gladslone, Helen '52 Hagemeyor, .leon '52 Halverson, Ann '50 Hughes, Ida Mae '52 Jensen, Diana '50 Johnson, Dancioy '52 Keyser, Eleanor '52 Klooppur, Gloria '52 Klopfenxlein, Kay '52 Lovoioy, Delores '52 Lyons, Juno Hyall '50 Mclnlyre, Jana '53 Mclnlosh, Ruby '53 Moore, Mary Lau '52 Murray, Margo! '52 Ness, Dorollly '52 Narlln, Beverly '53 O'Dell, Donna '53 Powell, Lois '53 Ryan, Joanne '53 Schul, Darallly '50 Slrain, Caral '52 Swanson, Marion '52 Ti ia, Georgia '50 PP Wahlquisl, Virginia '52 Ward, Margaret '53 Wasmund, Loix '52 Weaver, Peggy '52 Wexlmorelancl, Roborla Whiiwarlh, Gloria '52 Williams, Jane! '51 Wilson, Wyleen '53 Lorna Pattv lvlary Patty Pauline Olson ..... ..........,. T reasurer lo Cepple ..,...... ......,........... E ditor i-lelen Chris Betty Anne Lorna Lambda Sigma Chi FALL OFFICERS Hill ......... ...,,,,,,.,..... P resident Schaller .....,......,,., Vice-President Moon . ,.......,., Recording Secretary Voshmik ....,,.....,.... Corr, Secretary Hanson .............. Assistant Editor Ostrom ........,. Inter-Sorority Rep. Rusk ..... ...........,... Conductress Ev Steton ,,,. ........ P ledge Mother Schmidt .... .,.......... H istorian -V Lorna Hill Lambda Sigma Chi, social sorority tor women, was originally organized April 26, l922, by the women of the Amphictyon Society ot the College ot Puget Sound. The Amphictyon So- ciety, one of the tour literary societies on the campus, was a co-educational group organized in l908. lt was founded by Senator Walter S. Davis, a professor ot history, and college alumni. lt was Senator Davis, the advisor ot SPRING OFFICERS Mary Louise lvloon .......,......., President Patty Srhaller ............,... Vice-President Betty Rusk ............ Recording Secretary loyce Christie ..,........... Corr. Secretary Pauline Olson ...... ...........,... T reasurer lo Copple ....... ...............,.....,,. E ditor Helen Hanson .....,....,... Assistant Editor loyce Brynestad ........ Inter-Sorority Rep, Lorayne Willoughby ....,....... Conductress Beverly Sinkovicli ............ Pledge Mother Lorna Schmidt ..,... ........... H istorian Mary Louise Moon Amphictyon in l922, who helped organize Lambda Sigma Chi. Most of the charter members were either freshmen or sophomores and were active for two or three years. Fol- lowing the example ot these women, all mern- bers ot Lambda Sigma Chi have been required to participate in at least two college activities or organizations. The importance ot good scholarship has been stressed continually. Dick Chiarovano, Lita johnson, Lora ne Willoughby, Gordon Scraggin at Larnbdas planning their Spring dinner dance. the Lambda Christmas dance. Adams, Beverly '53 Brennan, Marian '50 Christie, Joyce '51 Combs, Roberto '51 Davenport, Ellen '52 Disney, Donna '53 Dougherty, Cathy '51 Duvall, Margaret '51 . Finson, Lillian '51 Flannigan, Terry '53 Faisy, Joanne '52 Frank, George Ann '51 Grummel, Mary '53 Hanson, Helen '53 Hinds, Camellia '52 Hinds, Carol '52 Jecklin, Georgianna '51 Johnson, Jackie '52 Johnson, Lita '50 Jugovich, Barbara '52 Krilich, Francis '53 Kuehl, Nina '53 Magnuson, Silvia '53 McMullin, Betty '51 McNeill, Claire '52 Milton, Jaan '50 Nicola, Joanne '53 Novak, Pat '53 Olson, Pauline '50 Oslrom, Chrisline '51 Pease, Joanna '52 Prechek, Gena '52 Voshmik, Patty '50 Rusk, Betty '51 Schallor, Patty '50 Schmidt, Lorna '52 Shell, Marilyn '53 Sinkovich, Beverly '51 Smith, Nelda '53 Stefan, Annc Ev '50 Stewart, Coral '53 Thompson, Anne '53 Vivian, Joanne '53 Warford, Janice '52 Wedeberg, Lois '53 Whiteside, Donna '53 Willoughby, Loroync '52 l Pi Belza Phi FALL OFFICERS Lorayne Rockway .,...,.....,.,...... President Rose Carbone ........,..,.... Vice-President Joyce Cousins ........ Recording Secretary Nancy Riehl .,.. Corresponding Secretary Jean Guclmundson .....,.,.,.....,.. Treasurer Carole Long .....,........ .......... C ensors Marcella Morton Diane Summers . .A.. ........ H istorian Lorayne Rockway In September, l948, the jeweled arrow ot Pi Beta Phi replaced the golden triangle of Kappa Sigma Theta, oldest local sorority on the cam- pus. Pi Phi, the first national sorority at C.P.S., also bears the distinction of being one of the oldest national women's social sororities. As the 94th chapter of Pi Beta Phi, the C.P.S. group bears the title of Washington Gamma. Besides the usual college social activities, the group has an active interest in the settlement school in Tennessee, and holds the coveted Lorayne Rockway turns hcr office over to Nancy Riehl for the coming year. SPRING OFFICERS Nancy Riehl ........ .,.............. P resident Marcella Morton .,.......... Vice-President B. Ann Jensen ...... Recording Secretary Carole Long .... Corresponding Secretary Lorraine Hanberg ....,.............,. Treasurer lanls Peterson I ..,. ,... . .... ..,...,. C e nsors Carol Sue Petrich Kim O Brien ,,...., . ...,..... Historian Nancy Riehl scholarship cup with a 2.8 average. The so- cial activities ot the sorority include the annual draw dance with Kappa Sigma, a joint dance with Sigma Chi, and the spring formal dinner dance. The Tacoma Alumnae Club is closely associated with the sorority. Traditionally, every April 28th, the two groups meet at a formal dinner to celebrate Founder's Day. Invitations were also exchanged with the University of Washington chapter tor firesides and dances. Pi Phi winning float in the Homecoming Parade. l68 . I A ' ' ,, Andahl, Edna '53 Berlucci, Sally '53 Black, Paddy '52 Brailhwaito, Barbara '53 Carhona, Rose '50 Chisholm, Joyce '53 Cousins, Joyce '52 Creswoll, Jano '53 Denon, Mauroon '53 Dobbs, Mary '52 Doo, Patricia '52 Ellison, Laura '53 Fullager, Graco '52 Gustafson, Barbara '53 Hanberg, Lorraine '52 Hiorb Mary '53 Jacobsen, Marilyn '53 Jensen, Belly Ann '50 Jensen, Hildrecl '53 Knulznn, Noreen '51 long, Carole '52 Marlinson, Rosemary '53 May, Gloria '53 Mclnryre, Lucy '50 Mika, Hazel '53 Morlcn, Marcella '50 Neff, Joanne '53 Nelzon, Gloria 'Sl O'Brien, Kim '52 Palmer, Alice '51 Peterson, Janis '52 Perriclv, Carol Sue 'Sl Poole, Diana Summers '52 Ruckle, Marilyn '53 Seaman, Rosemary '53 Sule, Anloinoile '53 Sule, Corrine '52 Thompson, Joan '50 Thompson, Nancy '52 Warner, Beverly '52 Willley, Joyce '53 Wood, Joanne '53 ,W Q ' ' ww-pw vw Y f ., Wag, . ,W H B . ' V . 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"M "W 43" A A MM :af Q,,.m3..w.x V. if .M , W A.. .vm -: 1w,,,1,g - wwf. I ,W M .Q xg , .fum ...a w-,g.1u,w-m-mI- vs-qw ... Qiiwmgg K E.. .fi 5, ,SZQQZSWQS ' 52' ' is-E .QMS q?:5im 1 " ' lfewwifq Q V, ,mf M . , - WI Q M., ..M,W.M 3 Q. E. 2-E1 QQ m. Y I pu f fg- wg. Q . M as ... .. , ,anim r FALL SEMESTER Sealed: Dr. Powell, Bob Lynch, Ray Harbert, and Frank Taylor. Standing: Andy Stevenson, Bob Peterson, Tom Swayze, Sandy Bremner Lindy Aliment, Harry Edmondson, Howie Meadowcroff, Bill Clem, and Dick Lewis. lnlzer-Fraternity Council This year the Inter-Fraternity Council enjoyed one of its most progressive years. The rush week picnic, which started the year ott, was held at Titlow Beach. In November, a delega- tion of six, a representative ot each fraternity on campus, attended the Western Region lnter-Fraternity Conference held at Washing- ton State College. From this meeting came the idea of Creek Weelc, inaugurated at C.P.S. in February. The week was a combined week of constructive projects on the campus by pledges. To round out the year, l.F.C. com- bined its efforts with Inter-Sorority Council to sponsor the C-reelc Ball which was held in the tieldhouse. The Council put forth the hope that next year will be a bigger and better year for the fraternity system on the campus. SPRING SEMESTER Row one: Dr. Powell, Ray Harbert, Ken Campbell, and Dick Nicholson. Row two: Frank Taylor, Bob Lynch, Wayne Seaman, Tom Swayze, Lindy Aliment, Howie Meadcwcroft, Paul Mullins, and Ron Tuttle. l7l Ed Lane .... . ..,...........,,..,..., President Ron Slenger ............ lst Vice-President Harry Edmondson .... 2nd Vice-President Hal Sirnonson ..,..,,. Recording Secretary Bob Wolf .......... .,.,..,. C orr. Secretary Ken Campbell .4... ........,...,.,. T reasurer Berndt Olson ............................ Historian Robert Allen ...,,..,.... Sergeant-at-Arms Delta Kappa Phi FALL OFFICERS Ed Lane When Delta Kappa Phi was founded in l922, its charter called for scholarship, leadership, and brotherhood in the membership. Delta Kappa Phi's charter sets a high standardg be- cause of it, Delta Kappa Phi is an organization of which its members are very proud. The scholarship achievement of the fraternity is reflected in the record of l7 annual trophies in i8 years. ln l947, the DK's acquired their present fraternity house which is located at The Delta Kappa Phi house. SPRING OFFICERS Ken Campbell ....,.................,, President Howie Walters ........ lst Vice-President Fred Carter ............ Znd Vice-President Hal Slmonson ........ Recording Secretary Nick Nicholas .......,.... Corr. Secretary Bruce Rector . ............ Treasurer lim Crews ....... ...,............. H istorian Ed Lane ....... ..,,.,. . .Sergeant-at-Arms Ken Campbell North 8th and Adams. Since the purchase, the chapter has renovated the house with a new roof, exterior paint, and a new heating plant. Recently, an open house was sponsored by the lVlother's Club, an affair which followed the redecorating of the interior and the ac- quisition of new furniture. The structure comfortably houses fourteen men. The local Delta Kappa Phi alumni association numbers nearly 400 active men, and the Mothers' Club totals almost 50. joanne Stebbins, Ken Campbell, Dwight Ball, Gloria Christiansen, have some punch at the DK dinner dance. 2 Gift E21 fx... 1 v.. 5- Dex Si lver ....,,.................. Grand Master Paul Whitcornb ............ Grand Treasurer Bob Demko ......,,..., Assistant Treasurer Cam Haslam ........... ,..,,..... .....,..... G u ards Lindy Aliment Kappa Sigma FALL OFFICERS SPRING OFFICERS Bill Richey .....-.-.-.....w.. Grand Procurator Lindy Aliment- ..,..... Grand Procurarar Les CllSd0I'f ,,------4.4---A---..-------------------. Q Cameron Haslam .....,................ ,....Grand Master of Ceremonies . ,,,4,,,,,,,,,,Crand Mgigter gf Ceremonies Bob Ball ..,,,.,,........,........... Grand Scribe Tom Swayze .................... Grand Scribe Al Gehfl .-.---.-----....4-..--.- ASSGTGHT Scribe Lloyd Blanusa ,4.........,.. Assistant Scribs. Dex Silver A year of varied activities was enjoyed by the members of Epsilon Lambda chapter of Kappa Sigma. Hard work and carefree play were intermingled as the members added many house improvements to the usual calendar of social and athletic events. The annual Pi Beta Phi-Kappa Sigma pledge dance was one of the first social events. Kappa Sigma took honors in the homecoming celebrations, emerging with first places in the clown acts and the Wayne Mann receives the Kappa Sigma inspirational award. Roger Engberg Ben Fawcett Wayne Mann floats, and second place in house decorations. The annual Waffle Breakfast was given for new sorority pledges. Early in October, Kappa Sigma registered another first, as it became the first chapter to install a permanent house mother. One of the finest events on the so- cial calendar was the annual Black and White dinner dance. ln the spring a reception honor- ing Eddie Peabody, the famous Banjo King, and master of ceremonies for the Shrine Gir- cus, was held. Eddie Peabody visits the Kappa Sigs. Wayne Mann ......,....,....... ,Grand Master Wells Anderson .......... Grand Treasurer Bob Dernko ............ Assistant Treasurer S V 5 5 3 F 1 ,I E A 5 A 5 r Bill Clem ........v..............,........ President Don McMulliri .....,.,.,,.,... Vice-President Larry Engle .......... Recording Secretary Stev-art l-Iutcheon. ......... Corr, Secretary Pi Tau Omega FALL OFFICERS SPRING OFFICERS Ray Harbert ....,.,,,................... President Larry Engle .....,..,,.......... Vice-President Bob Buck ...,,....,.... Recording Secretary Bob Peterson ..,,,.....,...,, Corr. Secretary George Fowler ..........,,....,....,., Treasurer 1 lim Collins .... .....,,,.,,.. T reasurer joe Tosto ..... ........ C haplain W lack Sharpe ...,... . ......,,. Chaplain Ray Harbert .,..., ..,..., H istorian Ray Fredericks ....... ..... ,... H i storian Bill Clem Pi Tau Omega, the youngest fraternity on cam- pus, began its year with the acquisition of a house, and subsequently, an open house cele- bration. The regular social functions, fire- sides, dances, and banquets, were observed with great interest. The organization of a Mother-Wife club was a prominent activity, and the fathers of the members met at the second annual Father-Son banquet, at which the outlines for a Father's club were made. Inside the fraternity itself, Pi Tau sponsors The Pi Tau Omega house. Ray Harbert two scholarship awards for its members. A trophy cup is given for the highest grade aver- age, and a merchandise prize is given for the ' greatest improvement in grade points: both factors contribute to the scholarship average of the fraternity which held the scholarship cup for campus organizations this year. A plaque representing the inspirational award is given each year to the member who has given most unselfishly and cheerfully of his time to the activities of the fraternity. Looking over the year's events. Adler, Fred '51 Buck, Bob '51 Burkhardl, Fred '51 Childs, Forrand '53 llins, lim '51 nn, Glen '51 Co Du Eastwood, Art '51 Engle, Larry '52 Frederick, Roy '50 Hollenboller, John '51 Hoslell, Wayne '51 Hotchkiss, Harry '50 Hulcheon, SIL-worl '50 Larson, Jack '53 linche, John '51 Loomis, Gregory '50 Mangold, Joe '52 McMullin, Donald '50 Mobley, Coy '50 Noble, Willis '51 Peterson, Robert '53 Sharp, John '51 Slidwell, William '52 Tanner, Donald '51 Torell, Douglas '53 Toslo, Joe '53 Wahlers, Gene '53 Wales, David '50 Waller, Dick '51 Waller, Arthur '53 Warwick, Sian '50 I' get 21' ,ian I Sigma Chi FALL OFFICERS Frank Taylor ..,..,.,..........,,........ President Dick Frederick ................ Vice-President Bob johnson ..,.... .............. S ecretary Donn Berg ,.,..,... ..,,...,..,,,..,,. T reasurer Gordon Scraggin .......... Corr. Secretary ,Ralph Wehmhoff .... Sergeant-at-Arms Harold Prescott Gene Brown ..........,,.... Social Chairmen jim Luzzi ........................,....... Historian Sterling MacDonald ...,,....,....,. Chaplain SPRING OFFICERS Frank Taylor ..,.,.............,....... ...,, C onsul Bob ,Peterson . ..... . Gordon Scraggin Donn Berg r........... .. Dick Chiarovano Bob Johnson ,....... .. , ..,.,. Pro Consul ...,......Anriotaior ...,..........Quaestor .. Asst. Qiiaestor ,........,....Magisier lack Fabullch ...,.......................,.. Kustos Ralph Wehmhoft Gordon lvlarvik .. Bill Robertson lack Macpherson Don Montague , .,.. .. Chris Hoffman .... Associate Editor ,......4...,....Tribune Social Chairmen ,.HisI'orian . ,...,.. Chaplain Frank Taylor W, Y, ,, .l ,, V, ' 'i I The small germ ot a seed that was planted in the form of the Clionian Literary Society in l893, which in turn grew into Amphictyon and then into Sigma Mu Chi in l92l, finally blossomed forth as the Delta Phi chapter of Sigma Chi fraternity on February 4th of this year. The second highlight of the year was the climax of the full and splendid social calen- dar when Delta Phi chapter proudly crowned Miss Joan Otterson, of Lambda Sigma Chi sorority, the first "Sweetheart of Sigma Chi" The Sigma Chi House - , J 'Z 'rg r W , ' 11 'I i anti' , ,.-- - of I , ,W 5-W ,I . A -. ,M .. -- , ,J -S s We S ,M , , . .ull Q, ni Z ii. K W, Mi hgxy - ff ,ii - I ' , , . , k I, ,w,,, ,I . Ugg , mil, .... KM, , ,, ,,IIIK.Z::--gczcfs at the lavish Sweetheart Ball in the Crystal Ballroom of the Winthrop I-lotel. In the line of campus participation, Sigma Chi annexed permanent possession of the Homecoming House Decorations trophy after its third straight year's winning performance. Growing stronger and richer in tradition and brotherhood through increased activity as a unit, scholastically, socially, and as an active part of campus and community life. Sigma Chi has gained even greater luster and respect from those who have come into con- tact with its members and activities. The Sweetheart of Sigma Chi ' A I , -' 'xl G Q. ,L 'af f A , li'-'sn x R N , 1 .1 .mg .Q :- yy V A :sz- , 1 9 .lf I a 1. X X w 4 W- ' f ' 1 6 'P sn- ff! :f J Hi G 511 9.5 2 i M 7 gif.: jiiln 'f N viii E 4 I l FALL OFFICERS Howie Meadowcroft Sandy Bremner ...,,4..... Eldon Tamblyn ....., Cece Reimer .,....... Gordon Hill ......, lim Rumbaugh ...,... ion Hupp ...... . .,,..,....,..,... Sentinel Terry Tate ,,..,,. .,...,,. Larry Martin .....,......... loe Manley ............ Intramural Manager Chuck Caddey .........,...... Rush Chairman .Lt. Commander .............Treasurer .Social Chairman Sigma Nu ........Commander ..........Reporter ..........ChapIain .........Historian .Pledge Trainer Sandy Bremner Eldon Tamblyn Cece Reimer .. Gordon Hill .. lim RLITTIIJZILIEIFI lon Hoop .....,. Terry Tate ..,.,. loe Manley .,.. Chuck Cacldey Howie Meadowcroff Larry Martin ......,... ' SPRING OFFICERS Howie Meadowcroft . ,... ..... C ommander Commander ............Treasurer .Reporter .........Chaplain .........l-listorian . ,..... . ...Sentinel ...Pledge Trainer ......Socia1 Chairman II'Ill'EIl'l'lLIl'EIl Manager ........RI,lSl1 Chairman The most notable Sigma Nu achievement for the year was the completion of the recreation room. The "rec" room was made from a garage which stands behind the fraternity house at I-402 North Oakes. lt proved its value tor many. firesicles and exchanges throughout the year. The informal pledge costume dance highlighted the tall social cal- endar. lt was under the direction of the tall pledge class, the largest in the history ot the chapter, with 27 pledges. During "Greek The Sigma Nu House I I W l'i ga Week" the tront hall of the house was re- painted and tile was laid in the tront hall, dining room and kitchen. Carpet was put on the stairs and the upstairs hall. The big social event of the spring semester was the White Rose Formal, which was held at the Towers. Candidates tor White Rose Queen were cho- sen, and Kay Kyser, a Sigma Nu bandleader, picked the Queen, Chris Ostrom. The White Rose Formal also commemorated the second anniversary of the installation ot Zeta Alpha chapter ot Sigma Nu. Dinner with the Sigma Nu's l - I are-I Q- 1, -N? x sp? F 5 7 ,, Z 5. S2 i Z Z i Gordon Robert George Donald Leslie Ernest Theta Chi FALL OFFICERS SPRING OFFICERS jones .,...............,,.......A. President Robert Lynch ...................,... President Lynch ..,,............ Vice-President Dennis Livingston ............ Vice-President Fairfax .......,................ Secretary Ken Light ....,..... ................. S ecretary Bertram .................... Treasurer Rod Smith .... ....,......,. T reasurer Roley ............,......,........ Chaplain Fran Lavalla ,..,,.4,,.,..,.............. Chaplain Johnson ,..,.... Sergeantfat-Arms Richard lvlitlon ........ Sergeant-at-Arms Gordon Jones Theta Chi, one of the more recent additions to the ranks of national fraternities on cam- pus, was formerly known as the local Delta Pi Omicron, which was founded by Wallace Drake in March of l927. Since its inception the fraternity has carried on through ups and downs and through the war years to the place it now occupies on the campus. Theta Chi, a long established national fraternity, was founded at Norwich University, Vermont, in April of l856. Today Theta Chi has a chap- The Theta Chi House at Homecoming. Robert Lynch ter roll of an even hundred, with many locals seeking admission. Known on this campus as Gamma Psi chapter, Theta Chi has been very active in campus activities. Some of the outstanding events of the past year were the pledge dance, the Wive's Club Christmas Dance, the Mother's Club Banquet, and the annual spring formal. Graduation will find the membership of Theta Chi somewhat di- minished, but with the new year, the mem- bers hope to have an even greater chapter. National Installation 4 Top left--Spanish dinner . . . Top right- AWS Tolo King, Cal Frazier . . . Bottom left -Art Exhibit . . . Center right-Sadie Haw- kins Dance decorators. Q.,-V -A, r L -1 1 n v f v n . b QQ 'nv fd Q Q.. ee2 W 2 Q ,, lik 41? ,1 kmkflwfii Q 2144, I' 'yi' - f x y 6 Q I 1 Q , Q iz Q as E U4 . 'Hi , 'Ve 15 A . L . 5 -5. , .5 Q J I K A I Ei u :wi 'I I , ,mx y A ' "WWI ..,.J,.,.,.,.,.,.,. . 1 :L 2 'A gp 1 Q H' lx ,-f T . -Q I .-. .1-A...-'..:3..: 4, L. ff S-Qu 1 . :F gin. 15104, K 33:11 f 'N' 2 E , .... -mfg N I . -af mm V Producers nf Wm' Halley: Annuals . . f'f"45f"4'5f'l' 57f"44fW'!f I 726 Pacific Avenue - BRoadway 2238 I lndex to Faculty Pictures Alcorn, Gordon .,...,...,.......,.. 28 Carrard, James .,...................... Ostransky, Leroy ,..,.. .... 8 1 Anderson, Norman .... 31, 148 154 Gibbs, Delmar .,.... ........ 3 0 Perry, Warren ,,..,., ....... 3 2 Anselone, Phillip .... .......... 3 2 155 C-iske, Rodney ..... 34, 103 Peterson, Richard .............,....... . 35 Bachimont, Otto .............,....... 31 Glenn, Kenn ..... ..... 2 8 Phillips, John ,,.,.................. 35, 75 Baisinger, Wilbur ........ 35 88 148 Coman, Edward .... ..... 3 2 Powell, Raymond ..26, 30, 75, 171 Banks, Gerard .................... 27 148 Gross, W. L. ..... ...... ..... 2 9 Rasmussen, Ivan ....,......,,,,....... 33 Battin, Charles ...... 28, 61 86 87 Haines, Edward .,....... 28, 156 Rau, Weldon ...............,,..... 31, 154 Bell, Edna-Ellen ..........,. 34 37 151 Henderson, Dick .......... 32 81, 85 Regester, John 6, 26, 33, 37, 148 Bennett, Doris .............,........... 30 Heinrick, John .....,,..... 34 40, 103 Revitt, Paul ....,.................,....... 33 Bird, Harry ,.,,.,., 34, 103, 124 129 Heritage, Sam ............,..... ..... 1 48 Riehl, Bernice .......,...........,..,,.. 35 Blake, John ,....................... 68 98 Hungerford, Edward ......... 30, 78 Seward, Raymond .......,........ 34, 148 Bond, Alice ..,.........,......,.... 34 134 Jacobsen, Leonard ..... 33, 82 Shelmidine, Lyle .,.....,., 31, 75, 148 Burmeister, Theresa ............ 34 151 Jaeger, Julius ..,..,... ...... ..... 3 0 Slater, James ........... ........ 2 8, 151 Butler, Edward .....,................. 30 Jamieson, David .............. ..... 2 9 Smith, D. Robert ................ 32, 156 Capen, Ellery ................ 28, 74 78 Jones, Martha Pearl ...... 35 89, 144 Smith, Richard D. ........ 27, 33, 74 Carruth, Willis .,.. ....,......... 2 9 Kennedy, Elizabeth .....,............ 33 Snyder, Dee ....,...... ................ 3 5 Carter, John ..... .,,......,.... 3 2 Keutzer, Clyde ..,.............. 33, 83 Sprenger, Robert ,,................,... Chubb, Frances .................... 28 156 Magee, John ..............., 34 39, 153 ...,.... 29, 38, 127, 148, 155 Clark, Ella Mai ............ 35, 147 148 Mahnkey, Ray ............ 34, 103, 128 Stewart, Kirk ....,.,..,.....,..,......... 148 Coulter, Calvin .... ...,............ 3 1 Martin, Jacqueline .................... 30 Sullivan, Carolyn ,........,.. ....... 3 2 Cowell, John ........,.................. 32 McCormack, Claude ............ 29, 150 Taylor, Renwick ...................... 33 Davis, Margaret ....................... 32 McMillin, Frederick .... .,...... 3 1 Thompson, Orin ..,..................... 29 Drushel, Lyle 26, 75, 141, 148 161 Melovidoff, Lucille ...,....,,.,.. 31, 149 Thompson, R. 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Ball, Dwight ..........,........,.. 80 Ball, Robert ..........., 130, 131 Barber, Michael .....,.............,. Barclay, Donald ...... ...... 4 6 Barker, Grant .,,,.. .......... Barkuloo, Gracia ,..... ....... 1 41 Barnes, Arthur .... ,......... Barnes, Edwin ...... ...,...... Barofsky, Morgan .... ...,,.. 1 26 Bartles, Nancy ..... ...... 6 6 Bates, Donald ..,.................,.... Battin, Yvonne ........,.............. 46, 73, 75, 148, 156 Beamer, Elbert ,..........,............. Bean, William .,....,.................. Beardsley, Doris .... 75, 77, 161 Beck, Larry .....,,...................... Becker, Marian ........ 83, 134, Bedford, Everett Bell, Barbara ,....... Bell, Elizabeth ...,.. Bellamy, James ....... Bendick, Florence Bendzak, Robert Bennett, Jack ...... 179 46 173 175 173 179 46 163 46 148 127 165 179 163 128 150 165 149 135 46 165 149 148 46 154 179 Berg, Donn .,..... Berland, Bud ...... ...... Berry, Jeanne ............... Bertram, Donald ........ 46 Bertucci, Sally .....,.,........ Berven, Suzanne ,..,.... 80 Beyers, James .,...,. ...... Binnings, Paul .......... Birchman, Herbert ......... Birnel, Earl ,.,.................. 129, 130, 147 Bjarke, George ................ Black, Patricia .....,....... Blanchfield, Lawrence .... Blanusa, Lloyd .,..,........... Blaskowsky, Carl .......,... Blevins, Bruce 121, 129 Block, John ...,................ Bloom, Ronald .,,.... .,..., Boden, Lee ....,...... Bodenhorn, Otto ....., Bodine, Roy ....,. Boesel, John Bolvin, Boyd ...... Botts, Bill ....... Boyd, Dick ...,. Boyle, Dick .....,.. ...... 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Christianson, Gloria .... .......... 1 55 Bremner, Alexander .,.........,...... ................ 4 7, 151 154, 179 Christie, Joyce ..... ....... 1 50 167 80, 171 181 Callahan, Blythe 96, 97 147, 154 Church, Nita 156 Bremner, Don ,....... 47, 75, 83 154 Calloway, Vern ...,.................... 47 Church, Robert .... ....... 4 8 Bremner, Doris .................. 142 154 Campbell, Arthur ..... 47 Clapper, Bob .................... .... 1 31 Breum, Delores ..96, 142, 149 154 Campbell, Eugene .................... 89 Clark, John .......,......,.............. 156 Brooke, Bruce ,........,.,,............ 145 Campbell, Jerry ................,..... 173 Clark, Leon .... 48, 76, 79, 83 94 Brooks, Alton ...,. ........... 4 7 150 Campbell, Kenneth .... 47 171, 172 Cleland, Ann ........................... 85 Brooks, Delmar ...,.........,........, 173 Campbell, Margaret ................ 165 Clem, William ...... .... 1 76 Brooks, Gordon ........., 47, 148 183 Carbone, Rose ............ 48 169, 180 Cody, Gwendalyn .,.,. ,... 4 8 Brossoit, Joan ..,. .................. 1 63 Caren, Harry ............................ 155 Colbo, James ........ ....... 1 81 Brouillet, Billy ....... ...... ...... 1 7 9 Carlson, Richard .............,........ 48 Cole, Donald .... ...... 4 8 75 Brouillet, Buster ...... 179 Carlson, Richard Elmer ....., 151, 156 Collins, James ......... .... 1 77 Brown, Elizabeth .....i............... 47 Carson, Eileen .........,................ 151 Colombraro, Louis ...... . 48 Brown, Eugene ...............,....... 179 Carter, Fred ........... .......... 4 8, 173 Combs, Barbara .,..... ....... 8 5 Brown, Richard 47, 105, 119 183 Carter, Richard ....... ........ 1 27, 129 Combs, Herbert .....,. ....,,.... 4 8 Brown, Warren ...............,.. 151 179 Case, William ,.... ............ 4 8 Combs, Roberta ....., ....... 1 47 167 Brubaker, Shirley .............. 144, 163 Casteel, Dorothy .... ......... 1 65 Connell, Robert .... .....,. 1 83 Brynestad, Joyce ...................... 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MAin 3131 HIE!-IL INSURANCE IS REAL INSURANCE AUTO SKI CACCIDENTJ PROPERTY Crabs, Donald ..,.... ...... 4 8 156 Doll, Art ...... . ....,.... 85 Ernst, James ..6O, 62, 74, 83 173 Crabs, Richard ..... ...... 8 9 156 Drake, John .... ........ 4 8 175 Epeland, Walter .....Y.,,............ 111 Creso, Irene .....,. ,......... 1 54 Drane, Harold .... ......... 4 8 Ettinger, Edwin ......,.........,...... 49 Creswell, Jane ..,.. ....... 1 34 169 Drues Edward ,,,,.,.,,. ............ 1 75 -F- Crews, James ...... ............. 1 73 Drues, Richard ..,........,........ 76 87 Fabulich, Jack .....A..,.......,. 124 179 Cross, Mary .......... ...........,.... 1 41 Drum, Mrs, Marjorie .,,.,.,,,,., 48 153 Fairfax, George ....,..... 49, 154 183 Cullen, Douglas .......,., 88 130 175 Dulin, Ken .........,...... ....,. 8 1 Falconer, Ted ........ 128 181 Cunningham, Wayne .A...,,........ 48 Dunn, Glen ........ 175 Falskow, Katherine ........... 165 Cunningham, William ...........,. 183 Durand, John ...... 86 Fasig, Les ....................,........... 155 -D- Durkee, Joyce ....... .,.... ....,. 1 6 5 Fawcet, Ben ......,.....,..........,... Danielson, Donald .................., Dutro, Howard ..................,...... 49 ,,,.., 64, 130, 131, 133 175 ....119, 129, 130 133 175 Duvall, Margaret 97, 153, 154 167 Fechko, Richard 148 Davenport, Ellen ...,.............. 88 167 -E- Feist, Donald ....... ...... 1 83 Day, Barlow ,......,....,,,...,... 145 181 Earle, Marian ,..,....,........,,... 49 167 Feller, Lyle ...... ...... 1 50 de Carteret, Harvey ...,...,.. 106, 181 Eastwood, Reuben .... ............ 1 77 Filchack, John ..... ...... 1 50 Demarest, Ray ...,......,, ..,,,,..,. 1 54 Ebert, Clarence .... ..,..... 4 9 183 Fincham, Helen ..,... ...... 1 63 Demko, Robert ..... ....... 1 13 175 Eccles, Raymond ...... ...,........ 1 54 Finfrock, Kenneth ..,.. ...... 1 83 Dennis, Bruce ...... .......... 1 73 Edmondson, Harry ............ 173 181 Finson, Lillian ..,..... ...... 1 67 Dessen, Maureen .... .,..., 8 0 1169 Ehli, Adam ,,............ ,........ 4 9 Fisher, Charles ..,.. ...... 1 83 Di lullo, Barbara ....,. ....... 1 34 165 Ellexson, Gloria ..,.. ...... 9 1 Fisher, Dave ..,..,. ...... 1 83 Dinsmore, James .,,,. .......... 1 79 Ellis, Don ,.........., ......... 1 18 Flannigan, Terry .......... ...... 1 67 Disney, Donna ,..,.. ....... 1 67 Ellis, Margaret ,,.... .,,.,... 4 9 163 Fleck, Evelyn ......................,... 154 Dixon, Donald .......................... 173 Ellison, Laura ...... ........,...... 1 69 Fleisher, Harold lSkipl ...... 80. 173 Dobbs, Mary ...................... 64 83 Elmore, Richard ....,......,...... 49 181 Fleming, Duane ............,........... 183 .....,......l42, 144, 161 169 Engberg, Roger ........129, 130 175 Fleming, Liz .......8O, 163 Dobie, Dorothy .......... 96, 134, 142 Engle, Corrinne 134, 135, 144 163 Foisy, Jo Ann ........ .,...,... 1 67 Docherty, Leonard .................... 48 Engle, Larry ,..................... 145 177 Forbes, Josephine ..... ...... 1 51 Doe. Patricia ............ ....,.. 1 44, 169 Erickson, Janet ...., ...... 1 63 Foreman, Webster .. ,..... 145 Doherty, Catherine .,.. ,,..,...... 1 67 Erickson, Leslie ..,.. 157 Fossen, George ...... ...... 1 79 Dole, Armeda ......,.. .....,,. 1 51 Erickson, Robert ,.,,,, 175 Fowler, James ..... ...... 1 81 lL+, 1949 Touch Football Winners A I 9 I FOUNTAIN LUNCH 2710 North 21st MERCURY PRESS 0 Commercial Printing 0 Dance Programs 0 Stationery David Parker MAir1 6666 1710 Broadway HOIVIE OF BALDWIN PIANOS also spine-is by Acrosonic Wurlitzer Knabe and the famous BALDWIN ORGAN HOPPER KELLY CO. 747 BRoADWAY Shown in the picture above is a part of the St. Helens Tree Farm. The cut-over area in the foreground illustrates the company's practice of harvesting by area selection in the Douglas fir region. As other timbered sections are logged. this clear-cut area will naturally reseed and grow a new crop of trees for harvesting in years to come. Tree farms like this are maintained to provide a continuing supply of forest raw material to our mills forever. WEYEESEH EUSEE3 'THM EI3 COM? N FIFTY YEARS OF PROGRESS IN THE FOREST INDUSTRY SHOP WITH SHIFTY THE IILLEGE H0016 TUBE READY TO SERVE YOU ARE BETH DEMILLE ALLEN ' ANITA STEBBINS GARLAND ' MRS. LELA "SI-HETY" SCI-IIFFBAUER Mrs. Schiffbauer, Manager FASTEST DRY Cl flfllflf "Quality Assumceu BRADBURY SUITS sfnwcf In ro uw. TOPCOATS ' azfsz? 'V Y lg -.,. 1222555555552515355 ":"" rw,-,v" I IHEZ and SPQR-1-SWEAR '-JL 11:18:81 -'.- : 4 8, LAL LLALLL 1 LLALL A If :S L L W ff Q 1 5 5115 ic' flfl l1"S THE A ,.:., .1 8' 1888 9188 d f mce me Way '::"A"'4. fi, ""- ' Ex1S 4 2 LILZ BEGP-V .Q - ' SlXNQE,,' cLAssR00M 905 gl?-7 for the newsmagazine of C p Af fy f 1 , 3 SURE YQU CAN GET Zf'ff'hffffOZla,fhli'Klllfflil f.1',Q,"f"f'f.'f"i2TZfe'2l'l,e sho" P d :E -DAY SANITONE SERVICE . Z4-hour service at any of our plants. REMEMBER SANITONE COSTS NO MORE 8 p'lU!'f6'l4v THAN IUST ORDINARY DRY-CLEANING 905 Fawcett Ava- BR 0545 1 ' f th plendid cooperation of fhe Trail sfuff in making t fh t V I I ll ge magazine of the y - oapaosmf 1ILEANIillSza1s8::f2::rA' P P 7!ewZwPlam2.ze11s"Avs. PR 'ess ' 194 1 M arcoe 81 Sons Candies 4110 SOUTH M GA 5172 :Ye CANDYLAND 252 So. 11th MA 2652 "BETTER MADE CANDIES" FOR THAT SPECIAL OCCASION Beckman Electric YOUR NEIGHBOR STORE POR ALL BEVINl3TUN'S XXX Barrel JI- Famous for that TRIPLE XXX ROOT BEER FISH FRIES CHAMPION HAMBURGER CHICKEN IN THE RUFF ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES AND SERVICE LAMPS, FUSES. IRONS. MIXERS. WAFFLE IRONS Orders to Go a Specialty CURB SERVICE 26 Years at Sth ci Oakes Tacoma-Seattle Highway BR1477 FOX- B9V9flV --------- 4------- l 49 l53 Gladstone, Helen ..... ..... l 65 Harnalainen, Arvo ,.................. l54 Fox- JaY ------------4---.'- ----------- l 54 Gloyde, Thelma .... ..... l 54 Hammond, Richard .,............ 50 8l Frank, George Ann ------ --------. l 67 Gord, Allan ....... ........ 8 5 Hanberg, Lorraine ......,............ 169 FVBSGV1 RlCl'la"Cl -'--------..-.-.---.... l79 Goslee, Robert .... ....,......... l 46 Hankins, Dolores ,................. 89 l63 Frazier. Calvin ---,----.-----.....-..... Gossard, Clinton ...,... l54, l73 Hansen, Beverly , l53 l63 -----497, l2l. l43. l45 l84 Gossard, Dave l73 Hansen, Philip l8l Frederick. Rav .............. 49, 6l 177 Gough, c. Marie ....o .. 8l Hansen, Ralph ...... ,.,...... 5 o l8l F"9d9"lCk. Richard 45, 49. l43 l79 Gough, Evelyn ,.,... ..... l 4l Hansen, Walter ..... ............... l 8l Ffeese. Donald ......................... 49 Grader, Jack ...,..,. ..... 1 23 Hanson, Helen .,.,.......... 77, 80 l67 Fullagef- Grace -a-- 83. 85. l44 l69 Grant, Genevieve ...,. .... l 56 Harader, Robert ....................... 88 Funk- Cl'la"leS ----------------.---..... l75 Grebbell, Geraldine ................. l53 Harbert, Ray ..,.....,,.... 75, l7l l76 Flmkea Rlfihafd ------a-------. -.... l 73 Grebbell, Mary ...,..................... l53 Hardy, Patricia ..... ...............,. l 53 -'G- Greenwood, Don lO6, l29, l75 Harrison, Joan ...................,..... l63 Caddis. l-l0Yd ---------aa- -...... 5 6 87 Gregory, Robert ......,,.,,.,........., 85 Hartzell, Barton .,........ 50, l49 l5O Gallahefr JB'-Tk ---- ---------a 7 5 77 Grosser, Janice .........,.......... 80 l63 Harwood, Virgil ....................... 85 Garland. Barry aa... ...... 8 6. 87 l79 cnranawala, cnafiaa ..-49, 142 l53 Haskell, Rachel ....,........,...,..... l5l Gamefl- Freda .------------a--.. l34 l35 Gruenewald, Mary 1....,.. 49, 96 l48 Haslam, Cameron ..,,...,........... Ga5aW3Y1 D00 ------a---------.-a.--... Grummel, Mary ...,..,,..,....,....... l67 l28, l29, l3O, l3l, l33 l75 ----l27- l29, l3l, l32 l75 Grummel, Robert l48, l5l l54 Haslett, Alton l77 Cass. RlCl'1a1'd --a--..-.--.-......... 49 l8l Gruver, LeRoy ..........,...,.,,....... l79 Hauglancl, Renwick ....,,.........,. l86 CBTGlYi Marlene ........,,.a........... l53 Gunderson, Oivind ...... 48, l48 l54 Hazel, Donald ........,..,.. 50, Sl 83 Gebbers. William ..... ..... 5 9 Gunderson, Russell .........,.... 50 l48 Healy, Richard ....... .,,.......... l 75 GGGF. Dafl' ..-.-..-...... ........ l 83 Gunderson, Wayne ...... 78, 79 l56 Heaton, Carl ...,..... .......,.. l 55 Cehfi, Alfred ..a... ....... 4 9 l75 Gundstrom, Betty ...........,....... 50 Hegstrom, Milton .... ....... l l0 l52 CG'I'1llG. Calvin ..a..... l43 l48 Gustafson, Barbara ..........,., I69 Heinrick, Jack ..,..,. .,..... . ll3 Gianelli. Bill ....- ....... 8 3 l79 Gutoski, Delores ,... 50, 83, 90 l4l Heintz, Bonnie ........ ............ 3 6 Gibbs. ROClf'1Gy .... ,....... l 20 l75 -H- Henderson, Phyllis ,........,.,....... 50 CibS0l'1, James ...-. ........... l 27 Hagemeyer, Jean 37, l44, l53 l65 Hendrickson, Ronald .... 50, 60 l56 Gidley. Mel ...... ........ 8 8 Hagen, Duane ,.,,............,........ 77 Hensley, Sharon ..........,............ l63 Giesy. Marilyn .a............a......,. l65 Hahn, Helen ........ .......... 8 3 Herben, Milan ..,................. 77 l54 CilfY10F6. Roberta ..................... l63 Haines, Harriet ........ ...... 5 0 l4l Hermsen, Richard 38, 50, l05 l52 Gilsdorf, Les 49, 97, l05. l33 l75 Hallenbarter, John .... l77 Hersey, Garry .......,., l2l, l28 l29 GllSdO1'f, D011 .,........ l27, l29 l75 Hallis, George .......,, .... l 32. ,,.,,,,.1.,, l3O, l32, l33 l75 Cipe. Cha1'lGS .......................... 49 Halleck, Maurice ..... ...,... l 3l Hervin, Raymond ...................... 50 Gipple, Jim ,.., ...... 7 6, 77 Halverson, Ann -a---- 50 l65 Herzog, Alan ..,, ,,,, . l79 l95 Hibben, Edwin .,,. .,..,.. 8 6, 87 Howe, Charles ,,,,,,,,,...,,.,..,,..... Johnson, Homer ...,.............. 88 89 Higdon, Larry ,,,,. ..,,,.,....,,., I 52 38, 51, 74 127, 154, 174 Johnson, Jackie ..79, 94, 134 167 Higgins, James .........,.............. 183 Hughes, Ida Mae ,,,,,.,.,,,.,,,...... 165 Johnson, Lita .....,..................... Hill, Barbara ,,,, ,,,,,,, 7 9, 142, 163 Hugo, Vigtor ,,,,,,,,, ,4,4,, 8 1 156 52, 60, 134, 135 166 167 Hill, Gordon .,,............,......., 50, 181 Hunt, Bruce .... ,,.... 8 3 179 Johnson, Martin ............. 151 154 Hill, Lorna ..,......, 50, 83, 166, 167 Hunt, Janet ,,,,,,,,,, ..., 1 63 Johnson, Richard .........,..,......., 52 Hill, Thomas ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,. 5O Huntington, Clay ,,,,, ,,,, I 81 Johnson, Robert 52, 148 151 179 Hilstad, Gale 50, 73, 74, 76, 77 Hupp, Jon ...A........... ......, I 81 Jones. Gordon ,...... ..... 5 2 132 182 Hinds, Camellia ,,,.,..,......,... 81, 167 Hutcheon, Stewart ,,,., ,,,,.. 5 I 177 Jones, Gwen .....,.. 52 151 163 Hinds, Carol .....,..,..... 81, 134, 167 Hutson, James ,,,.,,.,, ,,,,.,, 5 I Jones, John .....,. ..,...,.,...,. 8 1 83 Hitchcock, Howard ,,,,.,.,,.,....... Huvdey, Bob ,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,. 183 Jones, William ...,. ,........... I 79 ,..,....51, 83, 148, 151, 156 -1- Jorgensen, Bruce 128 181 Hjort, Mary .,.,,..............,.......... 169 Irwin, Howard ,,,....... 51, 154 173 Jorgensen, Charles ...,..... 127 173 Hodge, Vern ............. ..,......... 1 83 lversen, E, William ,,,,.,,... 130 175 Joslin, Helena .............,........... 150 Hodges, Don ......,.......,............. 51 -J- Jugovich, Barbara .,.. 134, 147 167 Hodgson, Jacqueline .... 86, 87, 154 Jabusch, Tom ,,,,..,.,......,.,,... 51 183 -K- Hoerr, Noralee ....,.,.. ............ 1 49 Jacobson, Marilyn ,,.... 77, 149 169 Kalapus, Leonard ..... ,,...... 3 8 IO8 Hoff, Donald .,......,.........,... 51, 175 Jaenicke, Donald ,.65, 76, 77 173 Kari, Juho ........... . ..,...... 154 Hoffman, Christopher ..... ....., 1 79 Jarmon, Ronald .,..................... 51 Kelly, James ..,,.. .................. 1 51 Hoffman, Drummond ..,..,.......... 51 Javorski, Al ...........,,.. ...,.. 5 1 183 Kelly, Paul ......,........, 83 152, 173 Holrnberg, Glen .................. 51, 181 Jecklin, Georgianna ,,,,,..... 147 167 Kennedy, Robert ,.,,...,......,. 52 179 Holmes, Bud .......... ,..... ...... I 2 7 Jemio, Hector ............ ........,. 1 54 Kensler, Nadine ..................... 76 Holton, Leonard ......................,, 179 Jennings, John .,.,.,.....,...,...,.,.,, 173 Kepka, Brian ..,,.....,,... 52 155 175 Hoover, Larry ..I45, 151, 154, 181 Jensen, Betty Anne ..,.,.,.....,..., Kessler, Alice .........,.. 52 148 156 Hoover, Lon ....,....... 145, 151, 154 ..,......,..,. 51, 148, 151 169 Key, David .......................,...... 153 Hora, Charles ..,....................,., 51 Jensen, Diane ..,,.. 51, 88, 148 165 Key, Kinnane Shirley ,.........,..... 52 Hotchkiss, Harry ..... ........ 5 1. 177 Jensen, Hildred ........ 151, 156 169 Keyser, Eleanor ........................ 165 Hotes, Patricia .....,.. ............... I 41 Johnson, Delora ,..........,,......,. 83 Kincheloe, Mary ........., 52. 83 88 Hovde, Andrew .,....,.......,.,..,.... 51 Johnson, Donajoy ,...,..,.,.... 153 165 King, Charles .,.,... ........,.... 5 2 Howard, Charles ......,. 51, 132, 183 Johnson, Ernest .,..... .....,.... 1 83 King Ve Ona ............ 153 Howe, Weldon .......,...,....,. 127 Johnson, George ,.... ....... 1 54 Kirishian, Shenora ....... 163 Family Restaurant WE CATER TO BANQUETS AND PRIVATE PARTIES "CONGRATULATIONS SENIORSH GENERAL REPAIRING MOTOR TUNE-UP BRAKE SERVICE LUBRICATION Ll." PEEDS" LITO SERVICE Phone BR. 6575 116 North Tacoma Headquarters for . . . i- QUALITY , I Z DIAMONDS WATCHES ' 3,,,q,,,5g -' S SILVER JEWELRY Hi. ' g 'l'Hl A ew ozkezz U'-9"0WS M Since 1889 196 1105 Broadway This is getting to be a habit on the C.P.S. Campus . . . and a GOOD one! PWIT MW Founded 1890 WW' Main Oflice "f Lincoln Branch i Members: Federal Reserve System and Federal Deposil Insurance Corporation gt "' fits i Mobilheat OIL SALES CS? 51 . PA U4 COM Z T Rae F' 1. 1 F E 7' roi-u:.sr 0 PRUDUCTS Q e bl ' smbusnw '05 SER VICE Inc. rn r- 'U E 20 'S Q G o E Q: P4 : 5 3' Cb W the Prospective Buyer Stove - Dezsel Company Heavy Fuel Oils "More to Offer Road Oiling - Free Estimates Sir il? ik' Retail Yard 764 Commerce Sl- MA 5137 733 East llth St. MA111 6181 Best Wishes For the Future WESCO FINE FOODS WEST COAST GROCERY CO. FOR COMPLETE AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE Open 24 Hours B I G S I X Fuel Oil - Home Appliances Radios - Television Sets 3826 SIXTH AVE, PH. 3541 "ONE STOP AUTO SERVICE" NATIONALLY FAMOUS DIAMONDS . RINGS ' WATCHES SPRENGER 81 JONES FOR QUALITY AND VALUE 1147 Broadway TACOMA RUBBER STAMP CO. STAMPS ' STENCILS SEALS ' BADGES TROPHIES INKS LABEL PLATES 939 COMMERCE BR 3259 -FURSI. S T 0 R E D CLEANED ' REPAIRED - ALTERED Insured Against Fire, Theft, Moth Damage SUPREME run STORAGE just call BR - 2434 DIVISION and TACOMA AVE. ammehr Printing Co. Lou Johnson Sir T ff ' CICOITLU, S Cl'UOTlt0 MODERN PRINTING specialty shop SERVICE for dlscrumnatmg 11001119711 Efficiency - Promptness at Minimum Cost Sf? 755 Broadway 16 No. Tacoma Ave. 811 Pacific Ave. BR sans Lakewood Center Kistler, Ethel Mae ....,...,........... 52 Lindstrom, Nanette .................. Mahoney, Mary ...... ...... ..... 1 6 3 Klippert, Herb ,.,,.,,,,, 122, 128, 181 ..,,,...,..... 86, 144, 153, 163 lVla11OSkl, Joe .........................,.. 53 Kloepper, Gloria ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,.. 165 Liu, Li Sen .............,................ 154 lVlal1'lal'1Cl, Donald .... 122, 132, 175 Klopfenstein, Kaye ....,..,...... 88 165 Livingston, Dennis .............. 53, 183 Mangold, JOSe,Dh ............. ...... 1 77 Knutzen, Noreen ,,,,, .... 1 69 Lochow, Don .,....... .,........ 1 81 Mangold, William ...,..........,.... 53 Kriliqh, Frances ,4,. .,,,, 1 67 Long, Carole ......... .... 1 69 Manley, Joseph ....,... 53, 129 181 Kueli, Nina ,,.......................,.... 167 Long, Dwight .......... ....... 1 81 Mann, Ernest ............,............,. -L- Longmire, William .......,,........... 83 53, 125, 130, 131, 133 174 Lamp, Fredda ....,............... 151 153 Loomis, Gregory .................. 53, 177 Mann, Marilyn .....,,. .............. 1 49 Landon, Dick ......,................... 181 Loper, Roy 53, 128, 132, 152, 183 Mann, Marjorie .... ........ 5 3 153 Lane, Ed .....,.......... 39, 52, 75 172 Lottsfeldt, Ernest ......,...,........... 175 Manthei, Allen ....... ....... 5 3 148 Lang, John ................,............ 181 Lougee, Martin ........ ....... 1 73 Marr, Larry ......... .............. 1 83 Langlow, Stanley .....,.... 45, 52 175 Love, James ........... ............. 1 54 Martelli, Tony .... .......,...., 5 3 147 Larsen, John .,...... ......i.......... 1 81 Lovejoy, Dolores ..... ...... 1 65, 170 Martin, Howard ,.,....... 54, 107 152 Larsen, Sherwood ...................... 52 Lowney, Jack ........ ........ 5 3, 175 Martin, Larry .,.......,.................. 181 Larson, Al ...,.................,.....,... 131 Lowrie, Anne ............. ....... 1 54 Martin, Thomas ..,,......... ...... 1 79 Larson, Dale ............ 109, 131 175 Lowry, Beverly Anne ................ 53 Martinson, Rosemary ..,............. 169 Larson, Jack ..... .....,.......... 1 77 Lowry, Craig ......,...... ......... 7 7, 175 Marvik, Gordon ...,,..,.. 54, 133 179 Lavalla, Francis .... ............. 1 83 Lowry, Joanne ,..,... ....... 1 63 Massie, Arthur ................. ...... 5 4 Lavorato, Doris ....................... 52 Lucich, Dick ...... ....... 1 75 Matthews, Clifford ...... ......... 5 4 Lemley, Patti ............ 75, 161 163 Lund, Edward .... ............. 8 9 Mathewson, John ..,.,. ,..,,... 5 4 181 Lenz, Robert ...., ................ 5 2 Lutz, Margie ..... ........... 8 3, 163 Matsuda, Mary ...... ....,. 1 54 Lenzi, Arnold ,...., ,... l 73 Lutz, Marleen .... ......,........,... 1 49 May, Gloria ........, ,...,,,, 1 69 Lesley, Carol .,... .,......,... .,., 1 6 3 Luzzi, James ...........,.. 53, 151, 179 May, Raymond ..... ...... 1 45 179 LeVeille, Gloria ..,....,....,.......... 163 Lynch, Robert ..,......... 53, 171, 182 lvlazzei, Sandy ..,...,.,...,..,....,,.. 149 Lewis, Richard ...... 45, 52, 98 124 Lynn, Richard .... ................ 1 47 McArthur, Douglas .,............... 171 173 Lyon, June 165 76, 77, 80, 130, 131 175 Lien, Dale ...,....... .........,.. 8 8 173 Lyons, Bruce .........,.,................ 181 McCall, Jay ,........,.............. 54 179 Lien, Ingrid ............. ...,... 5 3 -M- McCorry, John ,...........,...., 130 175 Light, Ina Kenneth .... ..... 1 83 Macdonald, Robin .,.. .... 7 7 McCulloch, Fern .......... 54, 61 79 Light, Mel ..,........, .... 1 O8 Mackey, Ralph ........ ,... 1 43 ....,...,,..,. 88, 134, 135 163 Liles, Frank ....... , 53 MacMillan, Jack ..,... .,..... 1 53 McCullough, Walter ...,., .,..... 1 79 Lincke, John ..... ....,. .... 1 7 7 Macpherson, John .... .......... 1 79 Mclntire, Jane .,.,,..,..,,., ...,,,... 1 65 Lind, Bob ......... ...........,.... 8 5 Madden, Richard ..... ........ 7 6, 77 Mclntosh, Ruby ..,..,, ...... 1 48 165 Lindelien, Lyle ............ 53, 86 87 Magnusson, Sylvia ....,.. .....,.... 1 67 lviclntyre, Lucile ....,. ....... 1 69 200 McKay, Herbert .,................... 173 Morris, Leo ............................. 83 Niemela, Edna ........,.,.............. McMillan, Hugh ........ 54, 130 175 Morrison, Charles ...... 83, 148 150 ...,..,... 86, 87, 96, 146 154 McMullin, Donald ,,.,............ 54 177 Morrison, Robert 54,133, 155 175 Niwa, Francis ............,.....,...... 81 McMullin, Elizabeth ..,..,...,..... 167 Mortellaro, Alexander .......... 75 154 Noble, Willis ..... ..... 1 77 McNeill, Claire 67, 134, 135 144 Morton, Marcella ........ 54, 77 169 Norlin, Beverly ,,,,..... ...,....... 1 65 Meadowcroft, Howie ................ Morton, William ,,.,.. ....,,...... 1 43 Norman, Willard ............,......,. 81 .,..,...62, 74, 80, 171 180 Mosher, Bayard 183 Norton, Byron .....,55, 86, 87 146 Meddaugh, AI .......,.............,.... 85 Mozel, Donald ..... ..,...... 1 27 Norton, David .,...,.,................, 85 Medlock, Leonard ..... ...... 5 4 175 Muir, Beverly ..... .....,... 1 34 163 Notley, Ed .............r.. 109, 147 152 Mendoza, Romeo ...,. ...,... 1 54 Mullins, Paul ..... .............. 5 4 171 Novak, Pat .,,.............,.......,. 77 167 Menson, LeRoy .,..... ........... 1 56 Murdock, Don ....,..... 109, 128 181 Nugent, Robert ,....,.,. ........... 1 28 Messinger, Rosalie .. .,,.,.. 151 153 Murdock, Gerald ,..,,,.......... 107 181 Nutting, Betty ......,............, 83 141 Michelotti, Nello ..... .,...,.... 1 81 Murphy, Mickey ..................... 175 -0- Mika, Hazel .....,.............. 134 169 Murray, Margot ..,....,...... ...,.. 1 65 Oaks, Joan ......,..,,.. ........ 1 49 163 Milbrad, Stuart .......,.........,.,... 181 -N- O'Brien, Kim .....,... ,....,. 7 8 169 Millard, Walter 129.131, 133 175 Neeley, Rae Jeanne ............ 64 163 O'C0nnor, Edward ..... ..... 1 81 Miller, Neal .,.......,....,,........ 83 173 Neff, Jo Anne ......... ...... 1 47 169 O'Dell, Donna ........ ...., 1 65 Millette, Rollo ..,...... ..,.... 1 73 Nelms, Peggy ..... ........ 8 1 141 O'Dell, Donald .....,...............,,.. 55 Milligan, William .................,. 183 Nelsen, Don ...... .....,...... 1 81 Ofelt, Robert ,.....,.,,,.......,...,.... 55 Millroy, James ..,....,..,.,....,.,..,.. 183 Nelson, Arthur ..,... ........ 5 5 181 Ogden, Annette 77, 156, 161 162 Mills, Robert ...,.. 45, 54, 130 175 Nelson, Clarance ..................... 181 Olson, Orville .........,.. 89, 130 175 Milton, Jean ,.,..................... 54 167 Nelson, Gloria ........,,.... 78, 79 88 Olson, Pauline ..,.,. 55, 96, 97 167 Milton, Richard ...... .,..... 1 32 183 .........,.......,.. 89, 96, 97 169 Olson, Ralph .....,.,.................,. 181 Miskoski, Frank ...... ...... 5 4 147 Ness, Dorothy ................,..... 81, 165 Opgenorth, John ....... 55, 179 Mobley, Coy ......... ........ 1 55 177 Newell, Pat ..... ,......... 5 5 Oquist, Robert .......... ....,,. 5 5, 179 Montague, Don ,,,,,...,..,.,.,,,,,.., 179 Newill, Patricia .,.. ......., 5 5, 147 Osborne, Sarah Lou .................. 147 Moon, Mary .............. 54, 149 151 Nickolas, Nick .........,.......... 39, 173 Ostofichuck, Luba .................... 166 167 Nicholson, Richard .....,55, 142, 148, 151, 163 Mooney, Joan ,,,,,.....,,.,...,,,,, 54 162 .........,.... 55, 148, 171, 181 Ostrorn, Christina ............,....... Moore, Mary ............,... 85, 96 97 Nicola, JoAnn .,........................ 167 .,.......... 134, 135, 161, 167 ,......141, 144 165 Niemi, Carl 55, 129, 131, 133, 175 Otterson, Joan 89 THE FAVORITE MEETING PLACE OF ALL STUDENTS 3505 South Tacoma Way Open Until 3 A. M. Weekdays 5 A. M. Sundays Thick Malts Deluxe Hamburgers Quick Service Bu k 8: Son TRACTOR 5. IMPLEMENTS Sir if if? Parker I. Buck. President 114 Puyallup Ave. MA 4117 TACOMA PLEATING Sr WESTSPORTS CO. 1119 Commerce ' CHENILLE AWARD LETTERS 0 EMBLEMS - MONOGRAMS ' LETTERING ON GARMENTS Your Schools Emblem Headquarters QQ VVLJLVLUL WHL! x WQ"zZf'CaiZl.4 Z DICK MOYIQI2 FINE AIZT STUDIO 20 NORTH TACOMA AVE. MA 5051 .Za pace '4 Qlfege 70nd Sine 3118 North 21st Street ir i' 'lr G4C0mplete Food Centera' Credit and Delivery GHILARDUCCPS CALIFORNIA FLORISTS "ARRANGEMENTS OE TRADITIONAL BEAUTY AND MODERN APPEAL SINCE 1903" 909 Pacific Ave. BR 3277 Graham Blue Print Co. 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I It --1 1,91 Rf' ' lf?-A . . . from our handwrought lewelry Originals ' CEMETERY ' FUNERAL HOME ' CHAPEL ' CREMATORY ' COLUMBARIUM Everything in one place EUNDERSUN , -. x SILVER ' FINE CHINA ' CRYSTAL 764 Broadway -P- Predmore, Keith ..........,.......... 128 Roe, Frank ..... .--.-- 1 81 Palamidessi, Dick ..,......... ...,. 1 83 Prescott, Harold ,-,,--,,,.,..,..,, 85 179 Roley, Leslie ...... .....,...... 1 83 Palmer, Alice .......................... Price, Raymond .... 78 79, 94 179 Ross, Burton ...................,.... 97 112 ....55, 62, 75, 96, 97, 169 Pryor, Sydney 56 Ross, Dorothy Palmer, Joan .,.,......,,,,,,,,,,,.,,.,A, 55 -R- ,.,. 76, 77, 78, 79, 94 156 Palo, Elsie ........,.,. . ,,............ 147 Rafferty, Jack .......... ....., 1 55 Ross, William .............,....------- 55 Pan, Hsi-Lung ..... ....... 1 50, 154 Raphael, Louis ..........,............., 148 Roth, Albert ...... ............ 1 48 Pankey, Robert ,.., .....,.,,.. 5 5 Raver, Leonard ,.,,.. 81, 83, 74 75 Rowe, Ralph .... ....... 8 1 181 Parker, Bruce ....,,. ...... 3 9, 55 Read, Russ .........,.............. 127 155 Royer, Lorna ......,.. ............ 1 47 Parker. Dorothea ..... ,....... 9 8 Rector, Harold lBrucel ........... Ruchty, Marilyn .... ..-.. 1 42 169 Parrett, Pat ......,... ..... 1 51 ,..,.............. 56, 86, 87 173 Rudsit, Robert ........... 76, 77 78 Pearson, Helen .... ..... 8 8 Reed, Virginia .....,...,............... 27 Rumbaugh, William .......,...... 181 Pearson, Margery ,.... ..... 1 53 Rees, Rosemary ....... ........ 5 6 151 Rush, Ray ................ .--... 1 83 Pease, JoAnne ...... ..... 1 67 Reilly, Dean .,,,.,,. A..... 8 5 Rusk, Betty ......,,... ......... 1 49 Pepos, Gerald ...... .. 85 Reimer, Cecil .... 181 Rutledge, Tom ...... ...... 1 45 154 Perry, Ruth ...,... ..... 1 51 Reitan, Roald ...... 83 Ryan, Joanne ,...... ,........ 1 55 Peterson, Aldon ....... .............. 1 51 Rhea, Lester R. ..... ...... 1 73 Ryan, Robert .................... 111 152 Peterson, David ..,...,.....,,..,,,.,,,, 55 Rice, George ,..... ......... 1 43 -S- Peterson, Frank ..55, 75, 143, 145 Richey, William .... ...... 1 52 175 Saterite, D'Ann ........ ...... 7 5 Peterson, Gayle ................,,.,.,,. 163 Rietlen, Bob ..,..........,....,.,.,.... 64 Sage, Kenneth .... ................ 1 73 Peterson James ....... .......,...... 1 83 Riehl, Nancy ..........,............,.., Sagen, Norman ............,....... 56 148 Peterson, Janis ....,..... ........... 1 69 ..73, 74, 75, 83, 161 168 Salatino, Richard ,....... 56, 128 152 Peterson, Robert D. ,,.,.,,,..,,,, 90, 177 Rieman, John ,,,.,.,,,....,...,.... 56 149 Salonen, Beatrice ....................,. 151 Peterson, Robert H. ,,,,....,.....,.,. Ringstad, Roger .........,..,...,...... 120 Sampson, John ............ 56, 148 153 ..4O, 56, 81 85, 171 175 Rinker, Bob ..,., ........ 5 6, 119 175 Sargent, Rod ...... -..-- .----- 1 8 3 Petrich, Carol Sue ,...,,,,,,,,,,,,,,., 169 Rioux, Avery ....................,.,,... 56 Sater, Robert ...... ,......... 1 20 Petrich, James ,..,,. ,,,,, 5 6 Rivard, William .,..................... 85 Saterlee, Herb ........ 55 179 Phillips, Earle ,,,,,. ,,.,, 1 83 Riviere, Mary Jeanne ......., 151 153 Saul, W. F. .....,... ...,.-.- 5 5 175 Plummer, Wilson ,,,.. ,,,,, 1 79 Robbins, Bertha .................,...,. 153 Scarpelli, ViCl'Or ..... ....-..--- 1 75 Poage, Donald ..,,,, ,,,,, 1 Sl Robbins, Robert .,...,.... 56, 105 175 Schalk, Manfred ...... ..........-- 1 79 Pollom, Norman ., ,,,,, 56 Roe, Charles ..,....,.... 130, 131 175 Schaller, Patricia .... ..,... 1 48 167 Pond, Henry ..... ,,,,.,.,,,, 1 O5 Robertson, William .,,....,,........ 179 Schartow, John ..... ...--...- 8 1 Potter, Jack ,,,,,, ,,,,,, 5 6, 81 Rockway, Lorayne ,,,,.,,,,,,,....... Schmidt, Lorna ..... 167 Powell, Lois ....... .....,.. 1 65 ...,.... 45, 56, 155, 161 168 Schmidt, Sylvester .... 57 Prechek, Cena .,.... ,.,,. 1 67 Rogers, Larry .,........,,.......,..... 152 Schore, Laurine ..... 33 Schreuders, Nita .... ...... 1 47 Sinkovich, Beverly ...,............., Stelling, Earl ..,......................A.. 57 Schrum, William .... ...... ,.... 1 8 3 .....,...... 149, 150, 151 Stenger, John lRon1 ..8O, 145 173 Schultz, Blaine ..,. ..,......,....... 1 54 Skaggs, Marion ......,................ 151 Stensen, Joan .A.... 66, 153 163 Schuler, Lavorme .,.....,.. 81 83 163 Skupen, Ann ....... ..,....,.. 1 54 155 Stephens, Gene ...........A........... 85 SChut, Dorothy ........ 134, 149 165 Sliva, Edmund ............,,....,...... 57 Stevenson, Andrew ............ 171 183 Schutzman, Jack ..................... 179 Smith, Ervin ......... 97, 145 183 Stewart, Coral ....... ......A..... 1 67 Schweinler, David ,...........,,.,,., Smith, Frank M. ,.,.,,.,,..,...... 57 126 Stidwell, William ..... 145 177 67, 130, 131 175 Smith, Frank P. 128 Stilwell, Weldon 152 Schweinler, Emily ................... 67 Smith, Jess .....,...,.. ....,...... 5 7 81 Stivers, William ......,..... 57, 60 61 Scraggin, Gordon .,,..,.. 37, 166 179 Smith, Joann ......,, 96, 97 163 ...,,..... 73, 74, 118 173 Seaman, Rosemary .................,. 169 Smith, Judy ,.., .... ...,.......,... 1 5 1 Stobbs, Jean .....,.,..,.. ,,............. 1 41 Seaman, Wayne .... ..,.... 5 7 173 Smith, Nelda ....... 141 167 Stocklin, William ..,. .... 1 28 Selden, Stanley ...........,...,.....,. 179 Smith, Wynn ,....,.. ,.......,. 1 79 Stockness, Norval .... 57 Selles, Russell ....,.............,,..,.,. 148 Snodgrass, R. T. ,.,.. ..,. 1 28 Stone, Leo .......... 57 Semmern, Don 128, 130, 132 175 Snyder, Joseph ...... ,... 1 51 Strain, Carol ...... ...... 1 65 Sepetoski, Wilbur ..,..... 57, 83 179 Snyder, Malcom .... ............. 5 7 Sule, Antonette ...,. ......... 1 69 Sethe, Harlan ........ .............. 1 79 Snyder, Maurice ....................... 57 Sule, Corinne ..... ........ 4 O 169 Sharp, John .......... ....... 8 3 177 Sorensen, Betty .,........ 57, 149 163 Sulenes, James ...... ........ 5 8 106 Shaughnessy, Jack .... ....... 5 7 181 Spalding, Ray ......................... 110 Sulley, Jack ........, ......... 5 8 Shaw, Maxine ..,... ..,.... 8 3 97 Spanich, Leonard ...... 129, 133 179 Summers, Diane ..... ......... 1 69 Shel, Marilyn ,.... ........ 1 67 Springer, Frank .,.........,........... 183 Sund, Robert ..... 133 175 Shields, Bonnie .. 79 Staggs, Mary ........................... 83 Sundquist, Jack ..... ...... . 58 Sholin, Elvan ........................... 86 Stanton, Edmund ..................... 57 Swanson, Marion ......,..........,... Shugarcl, Jeanne ..................... Stark, Herbert ...... 57, 74, 88 173 ........ 96, 97, 142, 153 165 ..26, 62, 96, 97, 134, 163 Starkey, Genevieve .,.....,.,.......... 153 Swanson, Sue ......... ............... 1 63 Siegler, Louis ......................... 179 Stavig, William ........................ 181 Swayze, Thomas ..................... Silver, Dex .........................,.., 174 Stebbins, Joanne .....,.... 64, 74 163 ........ 64, 80, 145, 171 175 Simmons, Jane .................. 161 163 Stefon, Anne Ev ,....... 57, 142 167 Sweeting, Stanley J. ..A....... 127 181 Simonson, Harold .......,............. Steinauer, Eugene ....,.,.......,,... 179 Swenson, Carol .... 83, 96, 149, 154 57, 75, 148 173 Stell, Harley 81 -T- Simpson, Richard ..................... 83 Sfell, Jerome .... ...... 3 9 88 Taice, Marion .......... .... 1 51 204 Yo--- ..... v .YYYY BOWL AND BE HAPPY -:::o:::::::o::::: :::0 A A A A --.Q--- Cappy and Ed Chilla ulilverythillg for the Home Builder lX1ll VENUE ANES "fam S A 61h Avenue Paint 81 Hdw. 2503 - Sth Ave. Phone MA 7441 Across from Sunset Theatre Dill Howell Sporting Goods 929 Commerce Street 2052 Sixth Avenue MAin 5272 Tacoma, Wn...MAin 5665 IIELICIIIUS Wiedaaweezf if GRADE A Pasteurized, homogenized KREAMILK Q HALF and HALF CFor cereals and dessertsl 'A' GRADE A Pdsieufized MII-K QHGBADE A pasteurized CREAM and if GRADE A pasieurized, fresh-churned BUTTERMILK WHIPPING CREAM ir MEDOSWEET KRIMKO CChoco1ate Milkl -Af MEDOSWEET CREAM COTTAGE CHEESE if MEDOSWEET DELUXE ICE CREAM TACO1VIA'S FIRST CHOICE Mf!ll0Sll7Qlll' Dllil'i9S, 1110. 2431 Pacific Avenue BRoac1Way 1171 CONNOIYS ELECTRIC Since 1916 1 ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS I ' MOTOR REPAIR MZ APPLIANCE REPAIR A Wiring and Lighting Supplies I ,jx I VL, V 1 'Nui' 1 .4 947 Tacoma Ave. MA 1040 Compliments of I rl ' ' rl P f f I JD INTERLAAKEN 'I I I "" INSURANCE FOUNTAIN AGENCY 9509 Gravelly Lake Drive S. 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Lane, Owner GH 0 FOR THE WEST 0 WESTERN MATERIAL Tamaki, Tetsuo ...... 58 Voegelein, Esther ,,...... 142 144 Westlin, Wilmont ..........., ..59 179 Tamblyn, Eldon .,.... 181 Voegeli, Paul ........................... 58 Westmoreland, Roberta .,...... Tanner, Donald .,,...........,......... 177 Voshmick, Patricia ....,..,....,....... .,.,.... 8 1, 94, 149, 161 165 Tate, Terry ........,....,................ 181 .,,....... 58, 96, 97, 153 167 Wheeler, Barbara ............,..,,.... 156 Taylor, Frank .... 58, 155, 171, 178 -W- Whitcomb, Paul ..,... ...,... 1 12 175 Taylor, John .........,....,..i.......... 175 Wagenblast, Kenneth ...,.........,. 58 White, Kermit ....., .,........ 1 73 Temple, Kenneth ........,, ...... 5 8 Wagner, Harold ......,... 58, 149 153 White, Lewis ..,.,. ...,....... 1 79 Thompson, Elizabeth ............,.., 167 Wahlers, Gene ...l.............. 129 177 White, Warren ....,. ...... 5 9 183 Thompson, Georgeanna ........ 26, 58 Wahlquist, Virginia ....,............ Whiteside, Donna .........,.... 141 167 Thompson, lngwald .... 58, 108, 156 .... 134, 135, 144, 153 165 Whitson, Arthur ..... .......... 1 73 Thompson, Joan ...,. .......... 5 8, 169 Wahlstrorn, Ted .................,,.. 83 Whitworth, Gloria ...... ....... 1 65 Thompson, Nancy ..... .,.......,.. 1 69 Walberg, Ray ...,. ..... 1 73 Wilfley, Joyce ,................... 96 169 Thomsen, Denton ................ 58, 175 Wales, David ..... .....,.. 1 77 Williams, Eunice ,.................... Thurber, Jackie .,.....,.... 79, 97, 163 Wallace, Marlys .,... ....... 2 6 141 .,.......... 134, 135, 155 163 Tibbitts, Richard ........,............. 129 Waller, Arthur ...... .....,..... 1 77 Williams, Janet ....................... 165 Tippie, Georgia ...., ..... 1 49, 165 Waller, Richard ..... ........ 1 51 177 Williams, Lela ..,.............,. 153 154 Tippie, Jean ...,.,,. ..,.. 1 34, 135 Wallin, Marcia ..,... .......,... 1 41 Williams, Patsy .....,..,........,..... 154 Tone, Alvin ......... ......... 9 8 Walters, Howard ...... ....... 5 9 173 Willoughby, Lorayne ..80, 166 167 Torell, Douglas .....,. ....... 9 7, 177 Ward, Margaret ..................... 165 Wilson, Edward ,...... .........,..... 1 50 Tosto, Joe ..,.,...... ...,...., 1 77 Warford, Janice .,...............,..,. 167 Wilson, Juanita ,..,... .... 1 41 Tretren, Bonnie ..... ,...... 8 3, 142 Warner, Beverly 79, 94, 156 169 Wilson, Wyleen ,.,,. ....... 1 65 Tudor, William ....,.,.,...........,... 173 Washburn, Bob ......,...,......,..... 59 Wiseman, Ray ..... ,..... 5 9 179 Turcotte, Raymond ...,.......... 83, 173 Washburn, Mitchell ,,......,....,. 147 Withers, Geneva ...................., 148 Turnbull, Erwin .....,.... 58, 107, 152 Wasmund, Lois ....................... Wolf, Harold .........,...,.....,.. 59 173 Tuttle, Ronald ........,. 133, 171, 179 ..,....... 65, 76, 77, 144, 165 Wolf, Robert ..,,.... 59, 83, 90 173 -U- Weaver, Peggy ..............,..,,..,. 165 Wolland, Ruth ...............,.......... Uhlman, Betty ............,, 58 Weaver, Vivian .,.,.. ...., 8 3 .......... 75, 96, 97, 161 164 -V- Wedeberg, Lois ...... ......., 1 67 Wood, Jo Anne ....,..... 66, 134, 169 Van Slyke, Robert .,... ...,,....... 1 83 Weed, Yale ............., ....... 5 9 173 Wood, Warren ..38, 105, 152 181 Vanwell, Margie ..... ..,....... 3 3, 153 Wegner, Duane .................. 88 173 Worswick, Stanley .............. 59 148 Vaughn, Ted ...,.,. ,..,.. 6 6, 74, 181 Wehmhoff, Ralph ..62, 63, 91 179 Wylie, Willis ,.,.....,,,,,,............ 59 Viatore, Art ..... .,... 1 10, 128 Weidkamp, Kathleen .......... 81 83 -Z- Victor, George .... ...... 7 6, 77 Weslin, Gene .....,......,... ........ 1 73 Zediker, Claudia ,,,,,,,, 88, 153 154 Vivian, Joanne ...,... ..... 1 55, 167 West, Suzanne ......,.., ,...... 8 1 83 Zevenbergen, Tony .,,,,.,,,.,,,,.,,, 59 Vlahovich, Ann ...... ......... 5 8 Westlin, Dwayne .... ,..., 1 22 Zylstra, Willard ...... ...... 5 9 179 207 N ff.. 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M V X --. ,xiii N I I H :E f 3 1: 5 I 3 L INE ETCHIN FIDELITY - VERSATILITY -- SERVICE Tacoma Engraving Company prinfing plafes give you a Irue presenfafion of your message-sfriking resulls in black and while or color. Engravings for all purposes-newspaper coarse screen, fluoro hilife halffones, commercial fine screen, combinalions, line, and color work. x of ff 5 4 in M we , , , I, I rr iv . rrarirair I, A I me SCREEN Mm EQ. vs- A YS. ,nw wg ,' if Lk .., ...-. mv, :as -5. ',.'i' 4 , COLOR WORK ONE Maximum speed in producfion Iime assured by modern plani equipmenf, and operafing personnel of highly skilled cra'F+smen. PHOTO ENGRAVER5 ,au MMER IAL RTIS S is 5. PM Psissrw M5 STATIONERY DESIGN P4 C514 GE Our s'ra'FF of creaiive adverlising ariis+s offer you a praclical solufion 'ro your picforial problems. A new idea, a sfriking layouf, and an inferesfing illusfrafion +ha+ will fell your s+ory quickly and convincingly, and sell your producl' or service. 92I Marker S+ree'I' - MAin 7I66 - Tacoma 3, Wash. 44 BFLS Pnoro-ReToucHlNo ADVERTISING ILLUSTRATION V.-. fa- 9 nf N :QE5G,:3-11 . za:-A ,, - s raw .,., .,. . The EULLEGE EAFETERIA FUUNTAIN EAFETERIA LLOYD GADDIS, Manager A. E. RUTH, Manager Adelphian Concert Choir ..... ....... Alpha Beta Upsilon ,,........ ......, Alpha Psi Chi ....................... ....... Alpha Rho Tau ....................... ....... American Chemical Society ...... ....... Anderson Hall ,.,..........,.......... ....... Art ....................,.......,...............,. .,..... Associated Women Students ....... .,..... Axemen .................................. ....... Campus Trio .,...... Central Board ........... Chapel Committee Chinook ......,............ Choral Readers ...,... Cottage ...................... ....... Delta Alpha Gamma Delta Kappa Phi .......... ....... Delta Phi Delta .,......., ....... Dramatics ..................... ....... Finance Committee ....... ....,.. Forensics .................... ....... Geological Society ...,.. ....... German Club ........,.. Home Economics ........ ....... Independents ............... ....... Intercollegiate Knights ....... ....... Inter-Fraternity Council ...,........ ...,... International Relations Club ...... ....... Inter-Sorority Council Kappa Phi .....,...........,..,.,.,.,, ....... lndex ol Student Organizations 83 162 150 156 150 142 156 96 152 85 74 75 155 48 141 164 172 156 48 74 86 147 149 149 146 145 171 154 161 153 Kappa Sigma ,........ .,.... Kittredge Hall ...,...... ...... Lambda Sigma Chi .... ...... Marching Band ..... ...... Music .................................. ...... Mu Sigma Delta ........................ ,..... Occupational Therapy Club ....... ...... Otlah .................................... ...... Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia .... ...... Phi Sigma ................... ...... Pi Beta Phi .............. ...... Pi Kappa Delta ..... ....,. Pi Tau Omega ....... ...... Pre-Med Club ,,..... ...... Rally Committee ...,.. ...... Sigma Alpha Iota ...... ...... Sigma Chl ............. Sigma Nu ........................... ...... Spanish Club ...,..............,..... ...... Spurs ........................................ ....,. Student Affairs Committee ....,. ...... Student Christian Council ...... ...... Symphonic Band ...........,...... ...... Symphony ......................... ...... Tamanawas ........ ...... Theta Chi .... .,....... Todd Hall ................................ ......... Trail ............................................. ...... Women's Athletic Association ........ ......... Workshop Band ........................... ...... Yell Team ................................ ...... 174 141 166 84 81 148 151 148 81 154 168 87 176 151 80 81 178 180 147 144 75 153 84 82 78 1 82 143 76 1 34 85 80 Acknowledgments After much planning and hard work, the l95O Tamanawas has finally become a reality. The staff has tried hard to make progressive improvement from foPmer annuals. We leave it to our readers to judge whether or not we have reached our goal. The editor and business manager would like to take this opportunity to thank the entire staff for the fine work done and especially thank the people who did more than their share of the work. We would also like to express our appreciation of the help we received from the Johnson-Cox Company and the Tacoma Engraving Company. Without the cooperation and patience of these two firms this book could not have been a reality. Mr. John Blake, Gordon Pollock and .lack Gallaher deserve credit for aiding the staff photographer. We appreciate the fine work done by these men. 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