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A X M shade s of night at washington A i 22 1: 1: from in modern photographs-:r's Cillllefil A A A A frank il. kunishige Qgffiiiilhouettea A A doors portsdonfs portal A A fl, eird A A Windows the cholalds beacon A A rched A A beams ibrary doorway A A now A A reflections eany Wistil A A ommerce A A rays ountilin fantasy ntrilnce A A gleilllls hiulowed Columns A A '1T:,gg.,,,.. K: la.-. jg, -1 V ' is-. ' H. TJ TH- atb ' A A night inter A A 0ne big family- estrang ed members 44444 ffyour ten dollars entitles 99A govern ment by the stu dents A Affbnt you con't do that!" go ing on eight thou sand A A Gfthat isn't your card!9'A other side of student life Awhat side besides? Seto her we sing who keeps'9A A unselfish service A for the dear old school A A 'rin-in-ay! . X 1 i rf' ' Ffh : v X ,M XX, I 4 VI: -'f' , , Q If 4,5 Q Q. . ii' .1 V I I FA : E T NX I -' 45 It Z' P, 4' Q In Q Y 5 3 i mxf' ' XX N I E N 'QQ K ' , J A q-A Z qV' l 7 K - . ' Y. 3' , ' b ,f fi, , an f ' , 4 , fix -WJA or ts. -1 V, ,gm use-s-m..,gx R -X' Q ,Q LA., I sz ' Rasta. 1m1g1:rfg'z tx , 'J muff'- K. rs- RN. S is ' ' ' ' A A A N A aw Qiviri A I We 4 '??a:5iin Earl Campbell the 'aft Q raduate ,S TY 5 Illilllil er f W l Q Q FTER eight successful years with the Univer- ll' sity of Washington Book Store, Earl Campbell, on March 7, 1928, took f office as the new A. S. U. W. Graduate Manager. Wfhile Campbell was with the Book Store, it grew from its quarters in a shabby little shack behind Denny Hall to a large store on the Avenue, and from a concern that dealt almost solely in textbooks and pencils to an organization that does about 3300,000 worth of business each year. Outstanding in the Work that Campbell has done during the past year in his capacity of Graduate Manager, has been the football schedule he has secured for the Husky team. In the first place, he has arranged a game with the University of Chicago, to be played in Chicago on November 23. 1929. But of more importance to Wasliington, he has secured four-year contracts with three of the largest colleges on the Pacific Coast-the Uni- versity of Southern California, Stanford University and the University' of California. ln obtaining games with these Coast teams. many of which will lw played in Seattle. a larger attellflance at University ganics will ln- prac- ' Y . Y I'll,l l I lically assured. Indications arc. Il10l't'0Yt'I'. that the lllt'I't'llSt'tl atlvmlanm- g will make possible. and virtually necessary. tht- construction of the new E:-E '9- 5S500.000 tier to the Stadium within six years. R ,, ? '. ,, ,.R..xA--A.. WM ,A X T X ' f 'V' 'A 'Q' ,A Wx Q x A "rw 'H' A A ff ,. , '- ' A ,VAS-ff" ,ang P' LLQ board of Control PAGE - 3 Z 'E' A. S. U. W. OFFICERS- SMITH TROY ...,... DEAN ANDERSON ...., SUSAN FITCH ..,.... AL KELLEY .... JACK HOWVAY LLOYD TURNACLIFF I Troy Anderson, Fitch, Howay K lley Turnncliff, Mulligan, McCoy, Matthews, e ......,..,....President IBOUGYIQIICCOY 1 J R . . ON ELCH ...... ..... u nior e resentatives """'V'ce'PreSldem BERNARD MULLIGAN J? p Secretary MfXRK MATTHEWS .,.,..Sophomore Representative Graduate Representative TOM ALDERSON 1 Senior Representatives EDWARD W. ALLEN fA1umni Representatlves MRS. J. ARTHUR YOUNGER ,I O Sl O 0 EMPLOYED OFFICIALS- ,VV YT R we A - , 1 - ,- , 1 is--'V th, 1 I fficials A X. Earl Campbell ,..,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.4 Graduate Manager Jesse .lackson ....,.. Clyde Robinson . Carl Kilgore ........ Carl Sandquist ..., MISCELLANEOUS- George Pocock .... William Steadman .....,.. COACHING STAFF- Enoch Bagshaw ........ Bart Spellman ...... Wayne Sutton ...... Earl Clarke ........ D. V. Graves .......,.. Al Ulbrickson .,..... Tom Bowles .,...... Joel Olmsted ...... PUBLICATIONS STAFF- Bob Johnson ....,, Tom Barnhart .,,l... Cowper Middleton Assistant Graduate Manager Assistant Graduate Manager Assistant Graduate Manager ,...........,Director of Publicity .......,...........,.Shell Builder .,.......,....5tadium Caretaker Fred Nlcolar ...,..,.......... . .....,....,,........Football Coach .....Assistant Football Coach .....Assistant Football Coach ...........Assistant Football Coach ...Freshman Football Coach Coach ...,..,..Assistant Crew Coach .,.......Assistant Crew Coach Fred Nicolar ................... ..,.......Daily Editor , , ,,.Daily Editor .Daily Business Manager Robert Heilman, Jr. ., .. L Campbell, Jackson, Kilgore, Wahlstrom obinson, Sandquist, Bushell, Wilson, Soule, .Iohnson Nelson Wahl strom ..................... Office Manager Ruby Johnson ..,....... Secretary to--Graduate Manager Grace Wllsolx ,.,............. Secretary at Pavilion Margaret Bushell .....................,.......................... Cashier Dorothy Soule ......... ..........Publications Secretary Buckner Bolton ............................ Property Caretaker George Leis ............................. ..................,............Trainer C. S. Edmundson ..............,. .New House Caretaker .,Basketball, Track Coach D. V. Graves .........,........ Freshman Basketball Coach Wayne Sutton ......,..,...... Freshman Basketball Coach Al Schuss ............... ....... A ssistant Basketball Coach D. V. Graves ............................,...........,. Baseball Coavh James Arbuthnot ,..... Wrestling, Tennis. Intramurals Norman Kunde ,,,,,.,,,,.,.,,.,,.,,, .. , ..,. .Boxing Conch Sergeant Floyd Collins .... . .,., . .Rifle Coavll . .,.,......,.,............, .Trainer David Pollock .. ,.., ., , Columns lilhlllvas llanagvr Maybelle Ghiglione ,, . .. ..... Tyw- Editor Richard Lea .. ....,,... .... . .Tye-c llllwillvss Nlanage-r . Columns Editor T L T 5 L. 'E' Y s 0 ulllllm 7 QD 5 if y 23g:3,,:,:Qg,5,,5a, N X 3?w,,44,, , . 5, ' kwa' , SEB., .. gms' .. sfawm MM-My ,Q 1 A bww.-NM . ms . 1' Xxq,.x44hWS,-W.,.,,A ,,,r, 5 ,V Q Q L OFFICERS- CHARLES EASTER .....,.. MEMBERS- Charles Easter Neal Fosseen Richard Lea George McCracken Doug McCoy REPRESENTATIVES- .lesse Jackson Studen ana ers9 Council A. S. U. W. Slmlenl .President D1-:FOREST PERKINS ,,,,,,,,,, , ,,.,, ,, Richard MacDonald William McPherson Cowper Middleton Chick Moe Phil Wolgemuth Carl Kilgore Managers CLARENCE Onrnc ......,......... Secretary-Treasurer Clarence Oberg Howard Palmer DeForest Perkins David Pollock Earl Campbell , .,...,., Vice-President Otis Smith Bill Sweet Randall Williams Ivan Wing niv- 75 T QL it Stud N, jf Lf, ik , h nt ouncil , f -T .xi AAA I gui.. Wm I i s , l n r w 1 1 L I flbella, Andrew, Brown, Church. Delbar Easter. Ferguson, Fitrh, Holden, fohnsorl, fnhnslone, Karr, Kelley, Kiell.lImu:'7l Mrflllisrer, flfc-Coy, McE'llmc, Neikirk, P ll ' ' ' e eyml. Srlmeggl, Sclzlniilt, Svlzwnrlz, Smrr Strorller, Swenson, Tmllork, Troy, While MEMBERS- PA Y NE Kfxrm ..,..............,. Al Kelley ...... Polly Brown ...... Helen Delbar .... Bill Ferguson ..l,. Howard Neikirk Swan Swenson ..... Smith Troy .... . Susan l'illK'll ..,... Rnlll Tacllovk .,,.... ............Oval Club ,.....Mortar Board ,..,...Senior Class ....,......lunior Class ...fiophomore Class ....,.Fl'6SllIll2ll1 Class Marian Pellcgrini ,..,. llclcn Amlrew Dong M1-Coy .. S. U. W. . .............,.,...l A. S. U. W. XYYOIHBIISS lfcclcralion , ....,,,.,.,,..,., Town Girls l"lnrvm'v lolxnslnnc ., ,, hvlialfllan Nlwlln .... llnl ,Kniglilf of the Hook .pilll-l'lCllCllll' Cosnmpolilun Clnln ilnlinwun ., ,. .. Chairman Charles McAllister l.,. Louise Schmidt ........ .. Howard Kiehlbaucll .. Al McElhoe .....,,,,..,r,l. Monnie Church .l,. Carl Schoeggl ..., Wzlrml Ellis .......,......,.. Mary Elizulmlli Sta rr .... Xxfilllilfti Xvhitc ., ., Bill XY'V0llllll1ll'lll?F , . ., f..ll1ll'lL'h Eaalcr , WI CllllI'lQ,'S Slrullu,-r .. Harold llnldvn l'vg1gy HVIIHLIFIZ ,. ,, . lluily .Newman Clulr Spurs . .Cllrislizln Cl1lll'1'll M. C. -K. W. C. N. .. HB. A. Counvil . ......,...,. Fino -Krlh l'l0lIl0 lflK'0llllI!lli'S ,, , Ellf1illl'l'l'lIlf,1 , .... ,, llig "WN allzlgn-rw' .-Mlvifnry 1lHlllll'll ., , .. ll:-lmlv llllA'l'l.l'Zll1'l'llllj flnnnril lllll4'lll'lllli'lll Urguniznliun I'Il.I L 3? if M . - lr. . I , , ' A 1 . gg. ff' ' A - ' ,-44. - ' .-." , ' I 1 ' ' .. 'll .. SE Q lllll M ua ex ? f ta X . . A +R' f f .3 .Arms v 1- +:':'. .' Q A-:fe-4 ,,. . 3 , Wxrmmw , gg? Q M.. .. ow X gi f. We WA, xx ,ww ,. XE . k We , Mp 6' ww fgll Q .L L OFFICERSM CARL SCHOEGGL ...,..,... HOMER ARMSTRONG REPRESENTA TIVES- Harold Stone ...,.,.,.. Franz Erlenborn Homer Armstrong William Havland .,..., ,.,,,,,,.,,,, Russell Bock ,.....,... David Pollock ....... A 0 0 0llllCll A SL-hoeggl, Armstrong, Riseland Bock .......,.........PI'CSldC1'lI ALICE RISELAND Secretary ..,....Vice-President RUSSELL BOOK Treasure,- Clllb Carl Dal-Rall Faculty Represenlgatlve .,.....,..Alpha Delta Sigma Taina Erving Gamma Alpha Chl ..........Alpha Kappa Psi Alice Riseland Gamma Epsilon P1 B. A. Loan Fund Harold Wismer .....,. Marine Club Alpha Psi Carl Schoeggl Mentor System . .............,. Beta Gamma Sigma R. J. Cunningham .... Pan Xenia Dorothy Draper ............,... W0m6ll,S Vocational Club A A engineerin Council OFFICERS- WALLACE WHITE .,,,,,,..,, x,-AA,,,4A...,,,, P 1-esldem MAYNARD FALCONER ...,.... ,,,,,,,, V ice-President REPRESEN TA TI VES- 5:5212 igglgggorf 2 ................. Chemical Engineering John Kiel y .Y..,........,. .......... C ivil Engineering Roe Rodgers I Hziiarrlgsziiiggger g ...... ........ E lectrical Engineering B. T. McM1nn Faculty E. R. Wilcox George Kelez 1 - - Wallace Howe I """" """" F lsherles White, Falconer, Langsdorf, Richardson, Pulmroth, Rodgers GAYNOR LANOSDORF GORDON RICHARDSON Lloyd Olson I William Palmroth George Middleton .. Clifford Bartells Wallace White Fred Kettenring Mmes Gordon Richardson Marion A. Duncan Sophomores Harry Thurlow fine ilrts 1"-.f Lf- I , f ff A :Ju A I 4. I '---Nag , 'N '- igkgs. s"'f4 V, x-. X-4, i .1 - 5 . 'A'-Lil'--IN, "xx NX-- Council A A A X McMullen, Evans, Cole, Koon, McCargar OFFICERS- WARD ELLIS ............... ,.............. P resident VIRGINIA PATTEN ........ .....,.... S ecretary LYLE MCMULLEN ....... ,,.,,..... V ice-President RICHARD LYTEL ........ ........, T reasurer MEMBERS- Adelaicle Cole Palmer Koon Ruth McCargar Virginia Patten Ward Ellis Richard Lytel Lyle McMullen Charles Pearson Margaret Evans . . onference A A A COMMITTEE CHAIRMEN .loc Creenouglx ...... Eugene Kelly .,.,. Elliot! Morgan .. Toni Barnlmrl I Barnharl, Kelly, Mitchell, Morgan, Overlurl, Taylor .....,,,.Ccneral Clmirman .,,..,.....,..Boys' Conference ........,,.......Cirls' Conference .. . .. .ulournalisnx Confcrenve Dick Seller ,,,,.,,,.....,,... .. ...,., .....,....... . .. ,. , llulrlivilv Katherine Milvln-ll .... Girls' Registration :Incl llnusing Charles Taylor Me-nl Ht-gislraliun and lluusing Catherine Ovvrlurf . ,,.ll:nnqtu'l :mul linlvrlainnn-nt r I'll.l' - 17 I 1 I 1 W. .,1vo.Q.Q '1 A Ag... , V ,Q ,rl Ns, A u I it alloc M -- la V I' t. . - W ,- f ' 'V PAGE - 38 l - 11. 1. 1 ? .2 ra if .Vitae ' A , Q S img mm tm X ., I 44434 CHAIRMEN- Robert White ..... MEMBERS- Rutll Abel Lorraine Callender Virginia Clemans CHAIRMEN- Al Hochfeld ...., MEMBERS- Riehard Harris CHAIRMEN- Milton Evans ...,. MEMBERS- Eugene Brownell Edward Clifford Flo Cook .lane Dickerson .lane Evans gg, ge' ze of Z? A A. C sl O 'O omlnittees Dellmr, McCrnrken. W'l1i1e ' D SN Harris, Horhfeld, Linlon, De-im, Kelley .. STADIUM DAY COMMITTEE .. .,.. Chairman Doris Dean Charles Easter Gerald Haney ..,.,...Chairman Billie Loomis CREVV DRIVE Chairman Romayne Fuller .lane Garvin Ed Gutherless Stroud Hood Sam Harby K --,- Helen Delbar l -Wm--mASSiStantS George McCracken S Elizabeth Kelley Geraldine Linton Robert Sievers S. U. W. ELECTIONS COMMITTEE Geraldine Linton ....... Dorothy Johnson COMNIITTEE Virginia Diem I Eugene Kelly S ""' Lela Ketcliam Alex Matthews Peter McFarlane Wilfred Painter Charles Stephens Hope Turner Randall Williams .......Assistant .......Assistants Helen Snyder Monty Snider Jeannette Sykes Virginia Williams Q yy 1 .N ,.,.t. is 4145 zz :ref 5' Wlff' I fi? 1 in .. 1..,-..,-at, ,C tg K 'Q-5222.42 ,Q xg. 4 vw N a X Wa: jf v 1 l x S 4 NWN A A L , tx 4 5, 1,2 A95 Sw . .4 1: - , ff 2 ' ' ' wwf .MQ t , - . 5 2 Ag," - v:..- :ffm-irfift.. , we ,- , My . U It S Mr.y-,,:"- ww. 1 3, x.fa::'2::Wft.fs' -.- v:t:,t,w:'vs-,,i'.. 315 " ' " sm . '- '- I" . - ' " f-" 51 2752: "-'A , A. Q- Li' " WW '-,iw "PJ ': ' .' ' :SY . A 5 451 i-' f' , " 2 W, 1 ii WM 1: ' J' if 'A:fMf5:'f5l M21 ' 1, 4 ,. ' M' if .,,, ' ,,,, 1 1- 2. Kwmas ziw., g-,.. if .naiisir , W' 1-A SI'-'J' , 'K-Q-. , -5- . .11 ,-.-:.'rrL.'G-. , .1 ax f,,A4..-f..f:Q'a,N.mi L2 w , . t Nt , ,fi ,,.,:w.:1.1--EWQ ' , X -Aa, , . A. ..,,..,.N.-. yr- c Ex 5 . x x Os' O O onlnlittees A A A A Edmond S. Meany Steve Moser ...,,....,....,,. Wanda Ashley .....,.. ,,...,,,,.. . . Edmund S. Meany, Herb Gardner .....,, Jr Beatrice Gaches ....... Gaynor Langsdorf .lohn Cartano ....... Charles Easter ,,,,, IIHAIRMEIV- Bert Heinz A . .. .l1EillBERS"- Helen Andrews Eugene Brownell Grant Calhoun Tony lla-lnlaa Charles Dms nie Meany, Cach es Gardner, Langsrlorf, Heinz, Mulligan CAMPUS DAY COMMITTEE ...,......,,.,,,,,..,General , ,..... .Student Colonel ..,.,.....Women's Colonel ,......Lieutenant Colonel Cal Wright ,..,..,,,,,,e,e,,,, 1 , ,V xx. ,.....,Major of Engineers Dean Milnor Roberts ,,,,.,,,, ,4,,,,,,,,,,, M ajor General Lloyd Steele ,,....,.....,,,,,. William Richardson .... Gaynor Langsdorf ........ ,.,.t,,,..,,,,,,,,,ii,, , ., Lieutenant HOMECOMING COMMITTEE ., .,... General Chairman ..,,.....,..,.....Secretary .....Decoration .,...........Finance ....Alumni Cooperation Samaria Outouse ......... Dudie Kettenbach ...,.,, Paul Stedman ,........,.. Edith Hartley ..... Harold Levy Tony Delmas ,......,... .. . . ,House Signs MOVING-UP CONINIITTEE .. .Chairman Bernard Mulligan Frank Faris Luviu Fryer Carl Geiw Dee llarlley May Kilkennvy George Mt'Cran-ka-n Samaria Ontou-v Willi- Pluxnnn-r .,,..,...,...Captain ....,..Captain ,.,.....Entertaimnent ,.,.,..Reveplion .,,Re1'epti0n ,Publicity . , ,Danm- Asaistant Chairman Cath:-rim' R.-dpalh llvlm-n5ny1l:-r John Souls- lfrlytln- William. Ag..A5w,,v -A xt wr, X A T M x 3 Q 1 X5 ,YN ie Ni X t U12 A H+., S xi? be x f ,rf 'fax an arfiissfgk, rl i ga X Q 9 y 'X M' ' x 'EI' 1 if 1. J U 1, V 1 'iff uk Lv 1 ,ft X, 4 i 1 5 . L Q l'4l.I,' - J'I - W I K 1 I r g t gvwn 6- W Z : .-5 kk Mt q x sav , 4 ye E .mlllllllnll B C , jews' "'is-A t ' nf W W M., N H W. 4 ,gow 0,-15 iles A A A A onunittees Student Manager .,.............,.......,..,.., Randall Williams Assistant Student Manager ....,............... Dick Hergert Secretaries. Sl1PefViS0!'S of GHIIISS ......A........ 4 Clarence Edmundson Lb Kelly, Powell, Rose, Gaches Hergen, Williams, Hauer, Hayes, Wismer SEVENTH ANNUAL STATE HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT COMMITTEE Locker Room .....,.......,...... Scores .,.............. Beatrice caches Advertisement Dorothea Pratt BMW Johnson Banquet ,,,,,,,.,A,, Vivian Downey Announcers I' Dorsett V. Graves , Information ......... L Alvin Ulbrickson S Chuck Easter Registration ................. .. F1 our Managers A""""A""""'l'i """i"' ls Bill McPherson Assistant Floor Managers ,.,,,,4,,,, l James Pierce CHAIRMEN- Bob Rose ....... MEMBERS- Walter Blade Tony Delmas Hollis Fellows Bill Ferguson CHAIRMEN- Harold Wismer MEMBERS- Ken Cosby fMaurice Balcom Knights of the Hook ..... Programs . ,,.,,.......,,,..,,,,, , RELAY CARNIVAL COMMITTEE . ' Eugene Kelly I Theodore Powellj """ ......i...........Cha1rman Tom Montague Steve Moser Bernard Mulligan Neal F osseen .lack Griffin Richard Lea George McCracken RALLY COMMITTEE h Jerry Haney lx aifman William Hayeu Dick I-Iergert Fred Mahoney ....,,.....Eldridge Carr Monty Snider Gerton Verrick Bob Best ...........Bob McMeans .......I-Ioward Palmer I Art Fairchild l Lute Holley f Otis Smith Dee Perkins ls Dick MacDonald .....i..,....Doug McCoy ..,.......Bamford Robb ......,,.Assistants Carnes Phelps Frank Wilson Ivan Wing .........Assistants Clay Peters 5.9. .,,A . gr 'aff -I, .,7, .A lf' V ,f . 'r .L-,,5,A5,i55:., :AN EX 1--W- .N 'fr 4 --3 N - t lx' ' I :V . 'A M 'I iiiifl-51515 liiiii. , 5 1 I Anderson, Hizway, Matthews I Fitch, McCoy, Brownell, Moe, Perkins PUBLICATIONS COMMITTEE Carl Lieb Dean Anderson Jack Howay BY-LAWS COMMITTEE Dean Anderson, Chairman Carl Lieb Doug McCoy Mrs. J. Arthur Younger Sue Fitch Herbert Little .lack Howay INTERPRETATION OF CONSTITUTION COMMITTEE Dean Anderson, Chairman Sue Fitch Mark Matthews HIGH SCHOOL PICTVRE CONINIITTEE D4-Forest Perkins . ., Clmirnuul gxiiluiyigiowlwll 4 Is-lslllllli STFIDEJYT' .HEJIBERS mm. A H Donn llurllvy Tuul Driscoll Rivhzxrzl lla-rgrrt Hoang Nlviluj- Illl1ll'll'SCIllllIlllIl Charlvf Earl:-r Curl Kilgurr- Oli- Smith g 'E .-lI,l'.lINI lIIf.1lIlliRS i' llurvvy Cussil Ht-urge Rugga- ll:'vn'- Talllml Xflllllr l 'YllllLf"I' Churlv- l'.l"lllllilllllfl hurry Smith E Q A. HI M N Knights of the Hook, an organization of underclassmen designed for service to the University of Washington, was estab- lished in 1919. National chapter to the In- tercollegiate Knights was granted and installed in 1922. , itt s,..:,t:1 , ft,. X 1 A , 'ntercolle inte we-'if' , 1 f ,wt 0FFlCERS-- DOUGLAS MCCOY .... ..,,,...,,,A,,, H onorable Duke C. A. HANEY ,.,,,,,, ,, ,, ELDON REILLY .,......,. Chancellor of the Exchequer MEMBERS- Ralph Ames Charles Bushell YValter Hendrix Cliff Armstrong Talbot Carroll Walt Hohag Floyd Backeburg Bob Becket Merril Bell Claude Bennett Eddie Benz Bert Bernard - Ferdinand Bishop Jim Borgen Earl Brantner Ken Britt W. Brown Wesley Brownton Don Brunson Jerome Bryant Bill Burke Marvin Burnett Don Clark Roger Cory Ken Cosby Bill Cranmer Harold Daggett Jack Dingle Jim Douglas Frank Edwards Larry Freeburn Jack Friedman Ed Genung Al Georig John Gridley Bill Hayes Fred Heckser Milton Heiman Max Hunter Dick Jackson Dick Jeffers Al Jergens Ken Johnson Ralph Kirby Mort Lauridsen Harold Likert Dave Livingstone Bob Lucas Saxe Mowers Martin Nelson Jack Palmer Morley Peppernal Clay Peters .......Royal Scribe Thomas Pugh Fenton Radford Eldon Reiley George Ruggles Ed Schaff Bob Seaman Joe Sheldon Paul Shew Verne Sievers Jim Standard Ray Suffron Chuck Taylor Jack Thurlow Bob White Ed Whiting Thomas William Fred Woods S , , ,. Q- , 'tj-wx limlhgtml .lem ,-..r.sqm.y:Qf,I Qt teh 4, . -mes.. ' .uk ,.Lu1e..e.L r - .,f,:H:..ii4-.gm , " K SQL.. 'AX National service organization for under- A A class women. Mamook Order of Spurs v vi chartered at the University of Washing- ton in 19265 6 chapters, The organization S is similar to the Intercollegiate Knights, d assists in securing trans ortation for l A .A A A nhl . . U . p . P visitors, rallies and special occasions. OFFICERS-- MEMBERS LOUISE SCI-IMIDT ........ RUTH CARLSON ...... Alpha Chi Omega Eileen Mulnix Marguerite Maltby Alpha Delta Pi Mary Elizabeth Machin Hortense Johnson Alpha Delta Theta Luell Weed Patty Campbell Alpha Gamma Delta Elizabeth Thomas Eileen Whittall Alpha Omicron Pi Mildred Larson Edith Beachwood Alpha Phi .lean Little Eleanor Ellord Alpha Xi Delta Evelyn Wfashhurn Catherine La Plante .......,.......President .........Vice-President Beta Phi Alpha Olive Mathis Frances Chamberlain Chi Omega Harriette Chase Ethel Kuist Delta Delta Delta Nina Bachelder Delta Gamma Mary Grace Markham Billee Dean Delta Zeta Alice Moss Louisa Eeiferl Gamma Phi Hera Alice Van Leuven Dorothea Town Kappa Alpha Theta Ruth Carlson Frances Kerr ,MVK I t I ef: L ll tl ? .WE ., ,.,. - .J N l MARY GRACE MARKHAM ....... ,...., . .Secretary ALICE VAN LEUVEN .... ,....... , .Treasurer Kappa Delta Janet Izett Helen Wildberger Kappa Kappa Gamma Louise Schmidt Cornelia Mathewson Lambda Omega Margaret Nordling .lean Hart Phi Mu .lane Bixby Elizabeth Miller Phi Omega Pi Marjorie Bonar Bonita Palmer Pi Bela Phi Eleanor Plamondon Helen Vernon Pi Sigma Gamma Eleanor Brown Olga Bennington Sigma Kappa Betty .lohnson Marjorie Pritchard Zeta Tau Alpha .lean Kennedy Eleanor E. Brown Clark Hall Irene Graybill Gladys Olson Lewis Hall Kathryn Jensen Helen Spaulding D. A. R. Eleanor Carpenter Catherine William Tolo House Helen Marin- Nvl-ion Y Virginia l ow.-ll w l l PULP' an l ft" '1 N - rg., ,V -, L 4 ' . . 4.. . ., YK 1: .H 4- A , ,. ,, 2 ,A1 A W 4 4 4 ixteen different schools A ffteiuzher! tea cience 444 1:ulture,artAkind ly profs, heetled brow dents selves A A Cher! 'Ss s A A Sfyou stu govern your but don't ghneck d0ll9t99A roll knowled2eA Alock ing doors A A high powered pop quizz papers 4444 es A sons of lnephistopheles him self A scholars A sna P course suzans 444444444 Q ik Km, 555. H I XX 1 Q5 Aga? ,..- ' ',,. V 4 ,. X oar ofre ents LQLLLN T 515 if 59 . 3 557 f l i , . H. , V ,N -uh: XX f' -f fi Tw 5 Reiki - ,713 ":h.m.g' . fa--:P ' 'ggi-lu. ii -1 -'LZQ7-'iff' - Board of Regents meeting :luring the Christmas session QQ l l l HO has seen the wind? Neither you nor I-but when the trees bow down their heads, the wind is passing by." Probably a remarkably small percentage of the student body of the University of Washington is really acquainted with the personnel of the Wind that directs the school's main course-those seven men known as the Board of Regents. A final decision in all matters of concern to the University as an institution is made by this group, organized Within itself into committees to carry out its Work. President ofthe Board is A. H. B. Jordan, a paper pulp manufacturer of the City of Everett. Assisting him is the vice-president, J. D. Farrell, a retired railroad man, who is at present the president of the Seattle Light- ing Company. Paul H. Johns, president and general manager of the City Lumber Company in Tacoma, is secretary. J. E. Lease, of Centralia. 21 retired banker, is the fourth member of the Board while J. M. Perry. of tl1e J. M. Perry and Company Cold Storage business of Yakimag Roscoe Balch. office manager of the F. M. Rothrock Company of Spokane: and James V. Paterson, a retired ship builder residing in S4-alll:-. 1-onlplvte tha' Board membership. The various conunittees formed by the Board. work in conjunction with President M. Lvli- SlNflN'l'l'.. who puts into e-xovulion tin- im-usiirvs passed by the Board. N Q- will 'H- Xxx T JJ 1 PACE - 50 - - l - 2 :fi- ? if ' ' 1, is 0. , ai hwgwfff . . . U:: y f.,,,, ,,, .are 7. e " Jgvagetnfafffw 5 A , -' f . P Ak ww 'J Colle e of usiness administration Faculty of the College of Business Administration L L Q F particular importance in the story of the College of Business Administration for the past year, 1928-1929, has been the introduction of a new course, offered to the entire student body, on Practical Business Relations. The course is a general survey of business fundamentals and has as its aim the desire to familiarize every student in the University with the most important essentials of modern, every-day business problems, Dean William E. Cox has declared. The faculty of the College has been changed considerably since last year. Dr. Howard Preston and Mrs. Theresa McMahon were on leave of absence for the year. Dr. Preston has been teaching at Dartmouth Col- lege, while Mrs. McMahon has been doing research work at the Congres- sional Library in Washington, D. C. While she was gone, Mr. Francis P. F oisie was appointed lecturer to take over some of her classes. Professor Joseph Demmery was also a new professor this year, en- gaged to fill the place of Dr. Wilfred Fildred. There was one visiting professor in the College, Dr. Charles S. Tippetts of the University of Iowa, who gave courses in finance. Several books were published by members of the faculty this year. Professor H. E. Gregory is the author of a book on 4'Accounting Reports in Business Management," while Professor Tippetts wrote 4'State Banks and the Federal Reserve System." Another book on Business Law was published by Paul P. Ashley and Professor Leslie J. Ayer in conjunction, and a volume ,on G'Business Letters-Their Preparation and Usew was written by Dr. Henry A. Burd and Mr. Charles J. Miller. A AJ. :V .. ' ,rf nffgl VJ v,fwz:Z,4,".,,, 1' , A ' A olle e Science of ,eww -4 LQ LLL E e Faculty 0 f the College of Science L O 0 ITH Henry Landes, Dean of the College of Science, as president, the Puget Sound Academy of Science was pro- moted during the past year. The objects of this organization as stated in its constitution are the promotion of scientific research, the diffusion of knowledge concerning the various departments of science, the recogni- tion and fostering of a love of science among the people, and the provid- ing of associations and fellowship between persons engaged in, or inter- ested in scientific work. To carry out this plan, the academy is sponsoring a series of popular illustrated lectures for both adults and children, as well as field trips under the leadership of competent guides, expeditions into little-known regions of the Northwest, and the issuing of publications. By these means it is intended that the academy fill a long-felt need for general education along scientific lines. The College sponsors as well the Marine-Biological Station at Friday Harbor, one of the few educational institutions of its kind, which draws a large number of summer school students each year. The most recent addition to the College of Science is the new Physics Building, occupied for the first time this year by the physics department. It is featured by new equipment, especially in connection with of testing in the department of Ph ' the bureau ysics. A fi A W .rsiqiffi A PACE - 51 - - - 1 , ii f7 , g 4? f , , S 1: 4,1 ,. f f ZKJQ EU 12" 1 N Vp i .ax , . . 1 Q-L ,"l' 7171 iQf1 Lam., T . ,,., , ' .,.,. 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' A Q . 5 .4 ' :as f Mag 1 A255 if' i f ? ' '- H .X - -' :Y - 5 .. -. 1' 1 1252- . lar' me E! Lf -.: .x AX V ' if - -j ' L 5' 1iif',' ' ,, f-was :Ziff - ' 1 zi,j"T A X H1 " -- ff ' s.,.: ,wg N , . . , j 3,55 .fa .,, 2 Coll A A A A of en ine-erin if 0 P1 ul -1 1 if ' i z' M: - -:-gf. 'L ,I " rg: -2 353 .N 'Q Y ,, is ff. 1 - i 'l :ii Y 167' 1 Sv.- . f -affix-wt, f i ,K -: 4 V -tt ' ' N ' 1 , ,cms-I-Q ,f, - ' . if . . Facully of lhe College ol Engineering -L Q l NEW department, that of aeronautical en- gineering, has been planned for the College of Engineering, according to Dean Carl Magnusson, and if plans are worked out the curricula will begin next fall. Construction will begin on the proposed building as soon as the second house in the legislative body has approved the appropria- tion for equipment, since Daniel Guggenheim will furnish the money for the building, and 3290,000 has already been donated for its construction. Several new instructors are in the College of Engineering this year, H. K. Moitz, T. M. Rowlands, C. E. Wassberg, and L. M. Applegate. The College has been growing, gradually adding to its staff, equipment, and faculty. Besides the bulletins regularly published every year by the engineer- ing experiment station, several books have been published by members of the faculty. Among these is uElectrical Power Transmission," by Pro- fessor Loewg MDesign and Construction of Concrete Pavementsf, by G. E. Hawthorng and HA Study of Cupola Lining Refractoriesf' by G. S. Schaller. At the present time Dean Magnusson is writing a book, uDirect Currentsf' During the past year he has written several papers, among which uLichtenberg Figures" is perhaps the most outstanding. This book concerns the study of lightning. He also wrote a paper on MI-Iydro-electric Poweriin Washington." .s W M51 55153 X V , ,- . i . , , , , if -+V aol-A-L .- ,,,:a:.:-' v ' . 1 ., 1 ,-1: sg..-..,g. , ' f eli f' . 35 v- , - ':.g1.:,g,, '. ' U 4 - X , ., , 1' . K " " ' 1-, t. . " .. ,, 'f' ' x ggi j V. ,uv - f-aw' '-awffiw-J .fifup . t mv, .' -V1 .-.,f,5'v:f .y?,h . 1 40--in: ff-. My ' ' ' ,. is 1 was.. zAs..f:,a:.1w 4. f 'Q ' " 1. . r X ' ' ' -W al YN uv vw. 34 1? ." ' ' 5'7 j:vw5 .1-f "-1 . nf - ,,, ,-, , ,.v. ' 'f 1 , fwsrfvifxn gmt. R 'Q-.gt 1.- . Y 1 , s, .- I ' Q" - 3 , JtimrifJZ'Qf'afZ-Sf- "1 1-f faf aSf.G?f'5f-Maffrnav A? " "1 Y My ,mw..s,gq,M. .Ma , -'n '1 , 1 'A " ,MMmmmQ5Q3Qj fWmJM wwwwQQf'A . e.9le,, gg - ' fn. W ws 'Q -as ,,,.,, wmmm,4 .. fax! fagmilg .1 51- Q I, 1 ff H. . 'Q'-J' 0 .W 1' ,M-Maw,-, :H '2 W ffw if , L . ' ' 1213. 1 , W! 4 ,egg A i X21 W 4 3 9 A! ' K 'wg V Q5 gmt... .,,,, I .. lee of forestr yA Lli Farully of lhe C LL allege of F 0 restry LLL ROTECTION against fire in refe sects and fungi is the subject material f Forestry Colle e rence to in- or a ne g this vear din-i ' w course offered in ' , Forestry 7. A new instructor in the Coll ng this year is E. S. Harrar, who comes from th College of Forestry. e e New Y During 192 ork St 8 1929 the ge ate - several ' partment. A projects have been promoted b th' mong these are, first, the de l second, cooperatio ' y IS de- ve opment f I1 with West the Stat o the pack f ern F orestr e Forestr D orestsg y and Con ' y epartm in a st servation A ent and W h' udy of th f' ssociation, as lngton F ' e lre situat' ' the ' ' orest Fire Association, lon 1n Grays Harbor County. Cooperation with state d1V1Si01'1 of Forestry has also been promoted, as well as with the Washington Forest Fire Association and the United States Forest Service in arranging a series of lectures to be given at the normal schools of the state. Besides cooperating with the Seattle Chamber of Commerce in the study and development of plans for anarboretum, the College- has direct- ed the work of the Washington State Forestry Conference, including more or less detailed direction of nine committee g'Forestry in th a s. e Pacific N Hugo W' orthwest " h inkenwerd , as been er this e . natio l ' published b y ar The th na profes y Dean ree organizat' sional frate ' ' ora ' ions Ta rmty, X1 S' ry, and th - u Phi Delt igma Pi th ' e Forest Cl b as , e national F ub, an all- ' ' een ver ' ' orestry hon- UHIVCISIIY organization-have y actlve during the past year. also , ' +4 1 ? 1. ,age ' - X. .,,. gf , ..,, . . 1. 2 N . Y 1, w ' . 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" School A A A A of journalism Faculty af the School of Journalism l l L O bring about closer relationship between the School of Journalism and actual newspaper careers, several projects have been promoted by Dean Vernon McKenzie during the past year. The first of these innovations is the practice of having a well-known news- paper man instruct classes for one quarter. During the fall quarter R. B. Bermann, of the Seattle Post-Intelligencer, taught in the School of .l our- nalism. William Moyes and Sidney Snow, both of the Philadelphia Public Ledger, were here during the winter and spring quarters respectively. . Other means of drawing a close relationship between the theoretical journalism and newspaper work are found in the traditional plan of the Journalism School publishing a city newspaper for one day. During the fall quarter, The Seattle Star was published by the School, and later in the year-for the first time-the Tacoma Tribune. During Easter vaca- tion, also for the first time, two sets of two students each went over the State of Washington, publishing various weeklies. In addition to this active experience, each student is required to work for two weeks on one of the city papers, before receiving credit in Journalism 101. Two new courses were offered during 1928-1929. One was a short story seminar, a small intense class, instructed by Dean McKenzie, and the second was a specialized reporting course, taught by all members of the staff, each teaching the branch with which he is most familiar. .L A M 5-Wf,m,mmm-Krfmwaesmnmwgmwfn. 4 . .... .-'- M Y-f- M- 1----------- f School of aw . t . f - . f 4 " t, f , V V , I A V- ff 'I r' ' . f-wtf 5 . .QA ,,, H Y i,,f..,,:b5g , . J: A '-'ff,-Ja' , fe V , Q. -41 --M ' ffn fu ,Wy ef- M " fw V f'i'V , .1 Zgj33Yff'1fW' ! 52?-Qd!f'7f4ffjJ'f , , ,. ..,. V ,V,-- ,Q , wr 6, M ' 'M " ' " 2' ,, ' ,, t5P1'ifzzfQfzE4 lllll Faculty of the School of Law L L ' l WO new instructors appeared at the School of Law during the past year: Professor Frank L. Meehem, and Mr. Arthur Harris, a part-time instructor. A steady gain in enrollment as well as in the faculty was noted, advancing from 205 during the year before to 217 in 1928-1929. A close percentage in the gain in the number of girls in the School is also evident, there now being fourteen girls enrolled in contrast to three women students of two years ago, and eleven for last year. Because of the registration of 110 pupils in first-year courses, it was necessary to divide the first-year work into two sections. Bryant D. Bradley, of the Class of 1928, is the student to most recent- ly have his name engraved on the Phi Alpha Delta plaque in the Law Library. This plaque was presented to the Law School by Phi Alpha Delta, and each year the graduating student having the highest scholastic record receives the honor of having his name engraved on the plaque. The Washington Law Review, which appears four times a year, was edited by Marian Marquis during the past year. As the organ of the Law School, it is an outstanding publication, contributed to by not only stu- dents studying specific problems but by noted judges and lawyers. A Three professional fraternities and one professional sorority are sponsored by the School, these being Phi Alpha Delta, Delta Theta Phi, Phi Delta Phi, and Phi Delta Delta. .,., .. --, VM.,-V ..,::',-' M ,, 1 ag, f get , ,. -v 'ft . V Q. 'a -MV ,w :'1s?, ,125 'Ei - 5 4.1,- - 25514-562 nf wf ,151 Z3 9,- 53 2 . f 'S 5 5 ggi 1 f E K si ' V 1 f42?2'f'.-2- ,.. ,, A umm. 1 . M .,, . W , . '4' 54 1 f 1 53533 if af ' 3 9 .. ' f35Z.,. is , A gf, 4:2 - ' 1 x " Mein l? . My ,N , 1-Rx 5 rllllllllf U1 U1 ? .' ,ML P Nf l , , T x ' , i 1 i35f'."Q' v. 'v V ' . -5 1 'A . ' 5 why l 1 ' . ' Ti-5':L1y..A,.f .Y f ' V ' A: ,' A fllivljv 1 PACE - 5 6 - ? J K va ,jf .h:. glltffiwgsftfsf ' . ol e e A A A A of fisherles ZZ, 57114415 1 . f i t Q -aa 'shi 'ix 4 5',.,'.' Ig?-'Qi A? 15,-.f'..' - f -s '2' ' ., -V 252' U1 . J, A , kin. .35 Exif, A ,D C fly! u ag llagis 1 lk Ys 'Vi gn- "V P 1 . 7 '1 5 rs' K x A ' 9 Fu:-ulty of the College of Fisheries Q- Q l DIVISION into two departments, the first that of Ichthyology, and the second of Fish Culture, occurred during the past year as a result of the growth in the College of Fisheries. Donald R. Crawford, formerly at the head of the entire College, was appointed director of the department of Fish Culture, while the Ichthyology depart- ment is headed by Leonard P. Schultz, who came to the University in the fall of 1928 from the University of Michigan and is a Master of Science. Many bulletins are published by the College of Fisheries, but the most important recent publication was one on Hlodine Content of the Pacific Coast Sea Foodsf' This is a notable contribution, not only to fisheries, but also to the medical profession, especially in the Northwest. The author, N. D. Jarvis, instructor in Fisheries, has been engaged in this research for some time. In the College, every Senior must work during the entire year in some major fisheries problem, while every graduate student must work for three quarters on an original experiment or fishing problem which will benefit science. The discoveries made and the data tabulated are used for material in the pamphlets published by the College. At present the College is the only institution outside of Japan and China that treats all branches of fisheries. It promotes the interest of fisheries in the State as well as the United States by the right use of fishery resources. L is of l e X . wg , i aft: Q, , A ' X J . f' 1 -V R-, s:::f,f4',,gZf- ,fnsfaaa M21--.1 " 'Lf'??g j J fem Q ms4,gaegrWwa,,wg regex? wz ww gmk :V X 'gQ,VWV,, -, - . ZH ,, -gg,fQfW.:f, 1, 5 ' Qgiggiffwaxmaajmh lllines A A A A A l A A ' A A A E Facully of lhe College nf Mines L L L ETAILED research work in regard to coal specimens of the State of Washington, as Well as coal from as far-away points as Manchuria, is one of the principal interests of the College of Mines, according to Dean Milnor Roberts. 1n studying coal specimens it is the hope of the college to develop the quality of Washington coal to a higher plane, since this College does co-operative Work with the United States Bureau of Mines, and since all the students enrolled are members of the Mining Society, which is associated with the American Institute of Mining and Metallurgical Engineering. Other projects now under way in the College include the subject of the electrical method of de-watering clay and the preparation of clay for use in paper manufacture. Students working under United States Bureau of Mines scholarships are studying in particular ceramics and coal prep- aration, and coal-Washing. During the Week of January 21, 1929, a mining institute was held at the University, with headquarters at the Mines College. Approximately 120 mining experts from the State and other points of the Northwest attended. This College, which has always been outstanding in the opportunities - , . M- -, tx' - 'i ' 'f 14- i f , f .,', ff , 1 ,j 1' -2 f il iiif 5 5 41 Y 5 , ' ,ff E W rf fggf f 3 1 .ga s 1 'a' 5, gf 4. . frm- tg, fy , Q4 ,,,. A ?Wg,f?EVWf "" I ,'g3gHgjagggf My ziifit ,I J ? ,Q -Jfa 'www S ,. 1 X h 1 D9 D9 H' L ,Q 5 U: 2' ragga Cu 2 Ph ceullsy . E QE 55 if E3 is E H I1 Pi, Us H, . f-3 22? 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H W if Zz 4576 fx T?:'- 1 42k2,'m Q-f Et xv ,, ,,, :wuz 2 ., gr, , ,W 1 4.1, '4-tf MS .- - :M M' Q. X4 K Q I A , ilk r tg 'i z 22 i 'f f ,, . .E In 35. 2, f, Q 25 -M, E , 5 f'iiiZ 2 .,. .Q 1 ws ffl' '- :. ' is -L ss 1-M-Aa::f tu. WY MGGW4' ' was W ae 'S 0 ll as an oo ..- L ? Colle e A A A A of ilrlnacy Faculty of the College of Pharmacy Q l l RADUATE students doing experimental work in the College of Pharmacy have received considerable mention out- side of the University radius during the past year, representing one of the largest enrollments of its kind in the United States. Six of these stu- dents have been acting as teachers and doing research on new pharma- ceutical problems. One of these experiments, on L'Lowering of Blood Sugar by Extracts of Plantsfo has received mention in daily papers and has been discussed by the King County Medical Association. Other subjects of note included in the research are: Study of Local Anaesthetics, Study of Pine Oils in the Northwest, Pharmaceutical Study of Ferrous, Pharmaceutical Study of Syrup, Pharmaceutical Study of Iodine, Study of Sedum-Groenlandicum, and Preparation for a Bibliog- raphy of Northwest Plants. Dr. E. V. Lynn directs this work. ' A new fellowship-the Skagit Alley Goldendale Farm Research Fel- lowship in Pharmacy-was announced this year for the College. The University branch of the American Pharmaceutical Association is an active group at Washington. Talks by representative pharmacists, medical men and scientists, are sponsored by this organization, which holds six meetings annually. This number of meetings permits them to summer An annual banquet 1S also given by the group This year a play, written by Miss Padford, of the Chemistry Department, was presented, called, Try the Drug Store First ' send a delegate to the national convention of the organization, held each 46 ' 9 A ,,.,.,N ,.... .A ,,... . , V x A l V ,,... I A new , if .... 'v2:'m2 YJa.,4:,a gr, 'iivfvi A "'W" V M ii f"A Ltlii! A School of education A A A A 'fi - ' ' Qi . , 4"""' W' " , Jeni. gr . , . 1. il i 13: "2 gh ,I E ES! 9 fl " '7"1!W.',- -,:'.f1vU - 7:2-..:::1' 43-7 E ' U is A I4 21 1, ' if "" 1 , - .f gl Q S m E3 5 E EQ ' rgfsigft 5 ,... l 9 Q EAN W. L. UHL, who comes to Washington from the University of Wisconsin, is the new dean of the School of Educa- tion. Dean Uhl, who received his B.A. at Northwestern, his Ph.D. at the University of Chicago, and who is a member of Phi Mu Alpha and Phi Delta Kappa, is the author of several books on the subject of secondary education. Outstanding among these are Wllhe Supervision of Secondary Subjectsi' and uPrinciples of Secondary Educationf' Although no changes were made in the curricula during 1928-1929, there will probably be some innovations during next year, according to Dean Uhl. . Striving to blend theory and practice in the same way as the School of Journalism, the Education School requires every student graduating from that department to do student teaching in the city schools for one quarter. The grade standard is maintained at C, both in education and in the student's major, although a raising of this standard is anticipated in the near future following discussions by some departments of the School. A basic liheraleducation is scheduled by the School for all students enrolled, so that those who graduate will be acquainted not only with the method of teaching and the students to be taught, but with the subject material as well. Students are prepared not only for grade school and high school work, but for higher positions in normal schools and colleges throughout the United States. PAGE' - S9 E ,af I 321.9 PAGE - 60 i l 22' E Q Q L Q Q Q Frederick M. Parlelforrl School announces the largest enrollment lt has ew er experienced 1n an of advanced degrees, especially doctors degrees, has been lncreaslng In the past academic year the number of degrees given in English, Educa tion and Chemistry, head the list To raise the general standard of the School, two new regulations have been made during the past year The first of these 15 the requirement of a reading knowledge of some foreign language before granting of a Master s degree , and the second, a raising of the grade requirement The Graduate Club was organized during the year wuth M1 Sperlln as president Another organization sponsored by the School IS the Grad uate Counc1l, made up of representatives from all the colleges and scl1ools on the campus that are concerned with graduate work. The province of this group is to assist the dean in matters concerning a question of policy. There are thirteen members, with Dr. Padelford acting as chairman. The School has constantly encouraged the publications and researches of the faculty. There are no less than 100 fellowships and scholarships, which have an annual grant of approximately 35410 00. These are awarded on the basis of scholastic record, ability, and financial need. L L L ITH a total of 449 students, the Graduate academic year, according to Frederick M. Padelford, dean. The number A radllilte School exte ion Service "'l izfyl- l 1,-Gs1vA5mga,Qiggme5L"" I1 -A-.t t , .A,A- 1 7 zvs, X f fwfr . .LW Zv "" ' w"6m,, ' ,fvw N 51 er We ,V A .. 7 rj QTQZ? fy, 1: f' mf, ffifflj V 111113 w .w H ,fm ta Q, if t QW I a fs f it , N af' ...hu , 1 , K ,gi g Lx X Q X Q Q Q L L L l Harry E. Smilh L 4 9 D xtension Service ha b h ' ' ' ses at the Cornish School. This s has been tried but it is ex e t d h HE most recent change in the E s een t e plan of g1v1ng extenslon cour is the first time tl1at thi , p C e 15 at the number f cceeding years Another chan e o courses there will increase in the su ' g was the sending of a representative of the School to the branch office in E andled directly from the Seattle rs. Camel has been at that verett. In the past, all work there was h office, but since M post, organizing the work, a noticeable increase in classes has been in evidence. For the first time, too, a class was established at Walla Walla this year. Enrollment in the home study department has increased almost a third larger this year, about fifteen new courses being offered. New classes in the Extension Service this year include: Anthropology, ramatlc rts III fplay writingj, Dramatic A . rts 131 fplaylng of Shakespearej, Advanced Econo respondenceg three new courses in Education, eight new courses i11 En Elementary Greek, Latin II, D ' A mics, Business Cor- g- lishg German 4, Liberal Arts, six courses in Structure and Design, Psy- cology fsuperstition and beliefj, Sociology fpersonality problemsj, ten lectures on Contemporary Biography, and ten lectures on outstanding plays in New York. af -. ' 1, 1 X ! " f' 'T' - ,. ,vs . .- V fwfr f- ' , alarm' . ,,., ., f,,. W 5 2 7 X 1 , , n V. ff ,4 7 .. W f 1 . , Qffwf' ' r, :aiffhfi f y . , as , 0 , , A, .,4,Vj7,gw V, , y ,... x' ' zf.. .. 1 if xp., 1+ l . Q .,.. 4 25 4 ,, ff .age 41 M ,,. A , fa f ,wfp f ' 2 W' - Q 55,52 -,,f was f in ., ,V 7 'LA W a' ' X . , gs 2.52, ,J , 4 5,1 g",9'fZf 1 'VL 3- I. any 1. wsu' . k,,-.,.. 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V EE' Illll 'Q Oi I0 will 5131100 A A A of ihrilry Science Faculty of the Library School Q L L HE first and only course in the curricula of the Library School not designed to create professional librarians was promul- gated by Dean William E. Henry during the past year. This is a three- hour, three-quarter course for teaching majors, preparing them to take up library work as extra-curricula work in the small high schools. An- other change was made in the method of giving practice work. Students are released from classes for the month of January and take practice work in the libraries in Washington, Oregon, Idaho, and British Colum- bia. This is an experiment, however, and there has been no decision made as yet on whether or not it will be continued. A gain in registration of 50 students in contrast to 36 last year has made it necessary for classes in the Library School to be given in other halls on the campus than its original home in the Library. A new instruc- tor has been added to the list of faculty-Miss Siri Andrews, an assistant instructor in Library Science. There are 29 librarians this year in con- trast to 36 of last year. A total of 2,283 gifts were received by the Library staff last year, including 597 bound volumes, 162 unbound volumes, and 1,542 pamph- lets and magazines. Library fines are now collected in the comptrolleris office. 1 Lander Hall ..,,. Theta Ka Pi Ka T Tau Phi Del ppa Theta ppa Phi ........... MEN au Kappa Epsilon . .... . la . , ef .fa 4 .mmm aeew igmglmw A w :eta ,,, QW, vm elative Scholastic Stinldin 5 of Student Qroups A A Average Grade Point Per Credit WOMEN ..........Sororia ,........Tolo House 7 ..Kappa Alpha Theta ........Kappa Kappa Gamma ......,...Alpha Chi Omega ....Clark Hall ........Phi Omega Pi .....,......Lewis Hall ml- .... ....... Alpha Omicron Pi Bela Phi ........,.Alpha Delta Theta .........Zeta Tau Alpha .,.......Women's Organization Della Delta Delta ........Chi Omega ,.......Alpha Gamma Della A. R. .......Delta Zet a ......Fuyo-Kai 1... ,..... ...Alpha Xi Delta ............Alpha Della Pi Sigma Gamma .,......Alpha Phi ...Kappa Delta ..,....Delta Omicron Chi ....,....,.Phi Mu .....,.,...Gamma Phi 6 Beta eta Phi Alpha .........All-University ........Delta Gamma ........Sigma Kappa Grade Points: Ai ' Average 11, B185 Q MEN Beta Theta Pi ..... ,. Kappa Psi ...... Chi Phi ................ Japanese Club Tillicums .................. Phi Kappa Psi .......... Phi Gamma Delta ...... Phi Kappa Tau ......,.... Zeta Bela Tau Alpha Delta Pi'7"'m in .... Theta Xi .............. Delta Upsilon Theta chi Acacia ........ .fff.fffQQQQQfQff.QfQ Men's 0 M, 4 .,....,f4 sg, V E M an., fl L Average Grade Point Per Credit rganization Ave -1 B eta Kappa Kappa Theta ..................... Sigma Chi ........................ Pi Kappa Alpha .............. Sigma Alpha Epsilon ...... Della Tau Delta ......,.... Psi Upsilon .......v.......... Della Sigma Phi ............ Phi Kappa Sigma .............. Delta Kappa Epsilon ........ Sigma Alpha Mu ............. Lambda Chi Alpha ...... Sigma Nu .... zaa Psi , ..... ffifflffff-.. Alpha Tau Omega ....... Phi Sigma Kappa ...... Filipino Club ......... Delta Psi Delta ....... Sigma Pi ................ Sigma Phi Epsil Alpha Sigma Pl ' ll .,.... 011 ...,.... Chi Psi . .,.................. Kappa Sigma Phi Delta Thetiffl .... Della Chi ....... Theta Delta Chi C..-. ..4, D113 Ei-4 Q Q 4 Q L L Q QQ. ll rage 4 WOMEN PAGE - 63 l I l E ? x xg. . ,.!J2QM?" 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'I PAGE - 68 - - i l E ? ,Nz-fi 0 Q, t . . W Mpfgs, .1 ff , , im , M' A .ES fx A A A A Senior llisto Crmlunlion Profession Q L L ROM Freshmen to Seniors, the Class of 1929 has never been one that could be overlooked. It has an enviable reputation now, after four years of service to Washington, but there were times it ' ' ' ' f ' er activ- was in the limelight as much for its misdemeanors as or its prop ities. As Freshmen, this was the last class to have a full year of strict, vigil- . . . h ance supervision. Traditions were enforced with these yearlings, but t e . . t following year, after a few weeks of enforcement, the vigilance sys em was done away with entirely. For the first time, also, the Freshman Class ave an all-University dance, the Vandals' Retreat. During its second year the class gloried for a time in its role of Vigil- ' ll h antes, but saw that cut down at the outbreak of a class feud. S0613 y, t e ' ' 'L k" h Pres- group kept the calendar filled, presenting the Old Soa at t e ident, and giving the uBrown Derbyf, With their return to the campus as Juniors, the class adopted a red h vest as the official garb. It proved to be the most popular class garb t at ' d d ' U has appeared on the campus for some time. No dues were assesse l11'1l'1U this year, as the class was in such excellent financial condition. During its Senior year, the class, in conjunction with the Juniors gave u o 0 v h the Junior-Senior Roundup. Outstanding in this year, though, was t e aa va h A11- f one of the members of the class, Chuck Carroll, to t e S naming o American football team. DOROTHY ABEL M ontesano, Washington Education Chi Omega SEBASTIAN ABELLA Sinait Ilocos Sur, Philippines Liberal Arts Treasurer Badger Debate Clubg Secretary Independent S en a t e 5 Student Councilg President Cos- mopolitan Clubg President Filip- K ino Clubg Spanish Club. HELEN ADAIR Seattle, Washington Liberal Arts Chi Omega JOE ADAMS Seattle, Washington Law Sigma Alpha Epsilong Phi Delta Phig Senior Crew Managerg Sec- , retary Oval Clubg Vice-President Oval Clubg President Fir Treeg Junior Representative on Board of Controlg Treasurer Soph- omore Classg Junior Day Com- mitteeg Campus Day Committeeg Stadium Day Committeeg Home- coming Committeeg Junior Prom Committeeg Varsity Boat Club. LEE JAMES ADAMSON -:rt-M rf--f--si.....f:f M " -- ,f f' , " at , 7, , .' Q ?. ',,1vfi'tf?Mf ftv"1 E. 1.49, ,,., :Wir . 'SSW A 6 , ,,, , STANLEY ALLEN, JR. Seattle, Washington , LiberalArts Psi Upsilong Pan Xenia. HELEN ALLMAIN Auburn, Washington Education Wesley Cluhg Kappa Phi. EDDIE EMANUEL ALMQUIST Seattle, Washington Liberal Arts Sigma Tau Epsilong Phi Kappa Tau:, Inkwell Clubg Y. M. C. A.g Intramural Baseball :, Intramural Basketball. CARLETTA ANDERSON Seattle, Washington Science Alpha Phi ' DEAN ANDERSON S pokane, Washington 1 E52 g X ,, .. 1. V-ef., - ,' I 1 7' .'.. v- ' 'A , E ! " ' Aff' .1 'U H f ffl? ,. . . 456 , , ' ' .aj f ' .W ,- ,fe , ' 'A '5 4 V ,Q A f .3 f t .gf .tm g,wE,gg.,.,-37154, ., . f- E , fi' ' ,f -12' ' I 'iff t 45 Y if ,, -ZH. WZ. - wpfwg: NI". A " 'Z fagtwffiwys' ,, G gitewfq- Y -emwri, .V :N Q xpi 5, V.,. V - if .Ca fffwf V at u 5-U ,, Ml, 'G ., KK ya V2 ' , :- I tl, 'll' 'i7."'it f- -2 53."k,f:d' gf 1 'Jiri .1 Business Administration Seattle, Washington Education Kappa Sigma, Alpha Kappa Psi- A ,".- Sigma Pi Spiked Shoe Clubg Fir Treeg ' Oval Clubg W Clubg Vice-Pres- ident A. S. U. W.g Track Captain. C. ELEANOR AGAR ENOCH A. ANDERSON 'i Calvin, North Dakota Education Seattle, Washington ' History Club Chemical Engineering 1 Tau Beta Pig A. S. C. E. l , , DOROTHY ALDRICH , HELEN MARIE ANDERSON - Billings, Montana Education . I Seattle, Washington Alpha Delta P1 Home Economics 3 gy Phi Mug Women's University Play- "-'ii ersg Home Economics Clubg PAGE - 69 Y. W. c. A. 3 - if i - f' . . " i ,.,,,g31fi 'U - . -1.5 4.f'g'f,- f , . fy . 4 :F 2 Fla. . ...f-A-2-.Engl P ' ,-, LA' , S2 Q IIII "1 4 4: :III E' ix zwsQfgyxxM.ys,v W - J vt If it "rx 5 KN...-,su .. . 1. ., em SQA, f.5.sXiAm HERMAN A. ANDERSON Seattle, Washiltgton Business Administration Sigma Alpha Epsilon HULDA E. ANDERSON La Grande, Oregon Liberal Arts Westmixister Club Executive Com- mitteeg Scandinavian Clubg Sor- oriar, Y. W. C. A. HELEN ANDREW Seattle, Washington Liberal Arts Alpha Gamma Deltag Spursg Fresh- man Y. W. C. A. Secretaryg Sec- retary Town Girlsg Secretary .Iunior Classg Junior Prom Com- mitteeg Standards Committeeg President Town Girlsg Student Council. CAROLINE ANFIN Seattle, Washington Liberal Arts Newman Club DULCIE ALBERTA ANGUS Seattle, Washington Liberal Arts Alpha Delta Phig W. A. A.g Wom- enls W Clubg P. E. Clubg Chris- tian Science Society. LUCAS ANUNCIACION San Ildefonso, Ilocos Sur, Philippines Science Filipino Cluhg Botany Club. JOHN KIYOSHI ARIMA Auburn, Washington Engineering Japanese Students' Club i'5,,fS5?'1"" M :as 4 1. uf M .,3.s..f.,, ...., X 4 2, . I 1 . . ' ' ' HELEN LOUISE ARMISTEAD Seattle, Washington Liberal Arts Chi Omega HOMER ARMSTRONG Seattle, Washington Business Administration Alpha Kappa Psig Alpha Delta Sig- mag Pan Xeniag B. A. Council. WILLIAM F. ARNDT Portland, Oregon Liberal Arts Alpha Sigma Phi EVERT F. ARNOLD Seattle, Washington Liberal Arts MARY CATHERN AUSTIN Seattle, Washington Education Phi Mu BETTY BABCOCK Portland, Oregon Liberal Arts Alpha Xi Delta STEPHEN C. BACON Seattle, Washington Engineering Psi Upsilon LURETTA BAGBY Billings, Montana Liberal Arts Kappa Deltag Sigma Eta Chig Dailyg C olumnsg Tyeeg Sigma Eta Chi Vice-Presidentg Pilgrim Club Vice-Presidentg Campus Christian Council g Y. W. C. A. Publicity Committeeg Sacajawea Vice-President. MIRIAM BAILEY Monroe, Washington Science Spursg Sigma Epsilon. HARRIET BAIRD Seattle, Washington Liberal Arts Kappa Kappa Gammag Mortar Board, Treasurer Y. W. C. A.g Freshman Adviser, Y. W. C. A.g Representative Council. ALFRED BAKER Sumas, Washington Science IRENE BAKER White Salmon, Washington Liberal Arts Alpha Omicron Pig Mortar Board. VIRGINIA BAKER Seattle, Washington Fine Arts Pi Sigma Gammag Lambda Rho. ALBERT BALCH Blaine, Washington Liberal Arts Sigma Alpha Epsilon. is Lv A 7' J: Y. , , y , f, , as f ,, ' if-ff -W6 w f- 5 K' ' " mi MARY ELIZABETH BANTON Walville, Washington . Science Zeta Tau Alphag Home Economics Clubg Test Tube and Rack. DANA M. BARBOUR Seattle, Washington Liberal Arts Pi Sigma Alpha BURKE BARKER V Seattle, Washington Law ff Delta Kappa Epsilon JOSEPH THOMAS BARNABY Seattle, Washington Engineering Sigma Phi Sigmag Engineering Council. KELSO BARNETT Edmonds, Wzshington Liberal Arts Kappa Alpha Theta TOM BARNHART Snohomish, Wzshington Journalism Kappa Sigmag President Sigma Delta Chig Editor Dailyg Chair- man Journalists, Conference. JORDAN H. BARRACLOUGH San Diego, California Business Administration ' fi 2' . ' N Q M f K .f ,, ttf, ' ,. ' lfaffifflllfffgag fr., I 'A 1 t f 1 ,. im., ' i f , , 9 M Q ,ff v . fr, 1 , y i it' "", I ,, .- 1 V X , 1V , 2 f ,P f l 1, I 1 . prri fE 1ig,,,L, f , "X My . N 4 - sr .1 ., ta m! Y ' ' mi lf ' Q' , , 3, fji 96 P ...f 5- 521 . 'I t . X 4 .V ,. ..,g?,.. 4.54-Q 1 5,.. SY Q F1 -1 mllllllnlll ,. 'T Xqyytlggy . .,z1,L t ' 51 9 2 ' , .ff 1 s: ' L' ff . ' it .35 'I .-2 3 I SE Q U1 -1 xo -T -1 :.: E if- Wit, 5 1- 6" V :7f2 fi'lL?'N-, .. '. X A- ti rf- w t ,, 15 .x ' as. Q- J' N. 1. , ,. ,T .f K. -t. ' f- JOHN P. BARRETT Creston, Washington Liberal Arts GORDON BARTEAU Seattle, Washington Journalism Psi Upsilong Sigma Delta Cl1i. KATHRYN LOIS BA SHAW Portland, Oregon Liberal Arts CATHARINE BAUM Seattle, Washington Liberal Arts Kappa Kappa Gamma FELINO BAUTISTA Luna La Union, Philippines Forestry Filipino Clubg Forestry Club. ESTHER MATTHEWS BAYLY Monroe, Washington Liberal Arts Clark Hallg French Club. DONALD WATSON BEACH New Westminster, B. C. Science Beta Kappa FLOY BEAGLES Seattle, Washington Business Administration ERNEST LOVELL BEAMISH Brooklyn, New York Liberal Arts Sigma Phi Sigma RUTH I. BEAN Presque Isle, Maine Science Sigma Kappag Home Economics Clubg Sigma Eta Chi. GEORGE J. BECKER A berdeen, Washington Liberal Arts Lander Hall E. EDGAR BECKETT Seattle, Washington Liberal Arts Zeta Psi CARL W. BELL Bellingham, Washington Pharmacy Kappa Psi MABEL BELL Seattle, Washington Liberal Arts Theta Upsilong Westniinster Club. ANTONIO DE LARA BENLIR Pilar, Capiz, Philippines f Agmss .,., 7 M.-Y, .,,tf,g....La.. , 'SW ff 35. ,MW-Wasil, ,,,' ' f"-" , O WALTER BLADE Education Filipino Club WILLARD B. BENNE Seattle, Washington TT La Conner, Washington Business'Administration Chi Phi RUSSELL S. BOCK Business Administration Beta Kappa MILTON H. BERENSO Portland, Oregon Liberal N A rts Zeta Beta Taug Oval Clubg Varsity Basketball. - L. ALEJANDRO BERNARDINO C laveria, Cagayan, Philippines Education Filipino Clubg St Clubg Cosmopolitan Club. F. VERNON BISTROM evens Debate Seattle, Mzshington Eneineerinv Spokane, Washington Business Administration Sigma Phi Epsilong Beta Alpha P .l F . Sl, Beta vamma Slgmag B. A. Council Treasurerg Beta Alpha Psi President. BETTY BOGLE Seattle, Washington Fine Arts Pi Sigma Gammag W. A. A. LAWRENCE H. BOHANON Seattle, Washington Education JACK BOLINGER fl 2, D Washoe, Montana Tau Beta Pig A. S. M. E. Vice- if Presidentg Zeta Mu Taug E neers' Informal. T. W. BISHOP Kelso, Washin Lambda Chi Al h ' K ngi- gton Pharmacy n P a, Hppa Kappa P ,V . . . sl, arslty Band' B1 tll a S neu 1928. DOURIS ANNE BLACK Spokane, Washington Scien ce Law Sigma Alpha Epsilong Knights of Hook, Publicity Committeet, Sophomore Committee. . PERCY BOLSTAD Seattle, Washington Liberal Arts ' Phi Delta Theta , Z. WILBUR T. BOND Sunnyside, Washington Business Administration ,,4.,W,c, WMV. , f E .H W t V... 4-.fW'ff7rg . f . ,,, , , ,Z ' sf , :- v5,,M!f,zo,,. ,, f e '1 I -2.2 ff " 7 ... 2, ,W , , ,Vw W. , -1 .2 X i 6 1 ? YT all at - : . .V g "P I7 ,, -N f ""' 1 5" in . olt. - 1, if 1 X, ,LQV , 1... f 1, .-af' .- v b ., .. ,ii ,fr ,,,f..jm1 , M .. ,fs ,Jia ...f y Q ' ' if . 5225 .. :.3 . 59 54 f 'fs N 'H viii A f t , H 1 ' A EL. :V i xw.. 1 '- ffl' ff' .TQ V' C311 ,:. I, 1 D '1 PAGE . 7 3 i i T 'E 7 Sr' S -, 4. s, V ljk. . -.1-fzfri lc, ' , - ' , will-1. ' 'Hifi' .. ..ef"" - - -A . T X ' at-at -, , ...W ' f 5. '- - - - . . -:tw ft L- 1, 5.9 3 I , . , Q Y,A'1..V, - gf.. V - .' . -.,, , ax ,v,, X , . , .,.,, , I H j , 3 ,, : + ,,,fc7. -- -. - f A -' R H , . A , . ' .5-Ely? - 'ff . ew-,ti-if - '- ' A . fn ' -with i":. "3v:wf'P?iH . ..- 5E'5z?"?f ' 1 - :pf - 1 af .:,..?'r:i1'w" ' ' 'f' "'l':'5?3 , : ..., V142 " sl.-31 4 ' ' i 7? rf. rif f f ' . ., 'f .HCQTXW YX li it MA, S sierfw N . ls, -ss.w .Qx,x Q , , ,t . . K K E,.?X.3v, .M . ROBERT U. BONNAR 5 Seattle, Washington Science 1 Phi Lambda Psig Associate, Sigma' l Chi. THOMAS R. BOOKER Seattle, Washington Business Administration Tillicums BERNICE BORGEN Seattle, Washington Education Kappa Phig Wesley Clubg Athena Debate Club. GRACE LOUISE BOWEN Centralia, Washington Fine Arts MARGARET I. BOWEN Centralia, Washington Science Kappa Phig Wesley Clubg W. A. A.:, P. E. Majors, Clubg Womeufs W Clubg Y. W. C. A. Cabinetg Botany Clubg President Wom- en's Science Councilg W0mCll,S Federation Councilg Campus Christian Council. NELLE H. BOWMAN Springfield, Missouri Education Alpha Kappa Deltag Max Garrett Cluhg Sociology Cluhg Sororia. ARTHUR JAMES BOYD Big Timber, Montana Education Theta Kappa Thetag Pan Xenia Ad Cluhg 1928 Bigtime. RUTH M. BOYER Seattle, Washington Science Phi Mug Sigma Epsilong Pilgrim Cluhg Opera, l926g D eb a t eg Nurses' Clubg Pre-Medios Club. U ALICE W. BRADBURN Seattle, Washington Business Administration THALIA BRADY Pocatello, Idaho Liberal Arts Delta Gamma H. PHIL BRANDNER Seattle, Washington Forestry American Legiong Forest Clubg Xi Sigma Pig President of Forest Clubg Associate Forester. GEORGE BRANDT Seattle, Washington Business Administration Secretary Beta Alpha Psig Beta Gamma Sigma. VERNON V. BRICE Portland, Oregon Business Administration Pi Kappa Alphag Frosh Crewg Varsity Boat Club. GRACE KJELSTAD BRIER Everett, Washington Education NORAI-I JANE BRIGHT Nampa, Idaho Fine Arts Clark Hall ERWIN PAUL BRITELL Whitefish, Montana Liberal Arts Political Science LESTER F. BROBECK Seattle, Washington Science EDWARD G. BROWN Seattle, Washington Liberal Arts Beta Theta Pig Beta Gamma Sigma. KATHERINE O. BROWN Bellingham, Washington Science Chi Omega MARTELL W. BROWN Hoquiarn, Washington Education Phi Kappa Sigma PAULINE BROWN Seattle, Washington Liberal Arts Kappa Kappa Gammag Mortar Board. vw . ft'li f ,,,, ,Xu 7 J Kqgll 2 A A All , ,,ffff4 f, i , My , .2 55 X, ,I vga, ma f 1 f f it 3 WINSTON D. BROWN Everett, Washington Liberal Arts Delta Tau Dellag Alpha Delta Sig- mag Oval Club, Business Man- ager of Tyee. EUGENE B. BROWNELL Seattle, Washington Liberal Arts Phi Gamma Deltag Chairman of Junior Prom. F. K. BROWNFIELD Chelan, Washington Pi Kappa Alpha WILLIAM R. BROZ Tacoma, Washington Science Alpha Sigma Phig Footballg Box- ingr, Oval Clubg Big W Clubg Minor W Clubg Husky Football Club. THEODORA BURGE N aches, Washington Education Beta Phi Alphag Y. W. C. A. Com- mitteesg Home Economics Club. ETHEL BURNS Seattle, lmzshington Fine Arts Alpha Gamma Delta LILLIAN BURNS Seattle, Washington Business Atlministration. Phi Mu ftttt ist ' ' 1122, Wa . -s i? , ' - -' aiffv' ,f 'if yt .Je A552 ,, :fy aj 'x , , ,s M a w if 1 - mv , . ,fzfgqgw 2 'QV 4 f. Y " Ti? f if f 6' . - L '? .:'- 3z,,f-23 56 .. 1 i f - .-5 ..,, , -ff f, .,, . . '- .J ,fz w f eg- - :ld " 'hw , g- ',"?at 55. E ff: ' -i ' it .x .LW 1. 'lffifii' ' fSV',,s, ' , ,.,, . A ,. ,.,. , "ilk M .4 Z' "'f 1" , ,L fz PACE - 75 'l' L-':2' .'!, fr' f ,LN-t'. Af' 2 . ' ' . .32 ,Il 1 , ' , ' ' fit A A o . fri . 1 ... , 2 ,- 5 ullllll ft Q 2 7 BETTY M. BURSELL Seattle, Washington Science Phi Omega Pig Home Economics Clubg Max Garrett Club. CHARLES W. BUSSE Seattle, Wizshington Business Administration Lambda Chi Alphag M ani t o b a Transfer. GLORIAN BUTLER Kettle Falls, Washington Fine Arts Mu Phi Epsilon .l. LONGINO BUTLER Seattle, Wizshington Liberal Arts Delta Kappa Epsilong Oval Clubg Football 19289 Husky Football Clubg Big W Club. MILDRED BUTLER Tacoma, Washington Liberal Arts Delta Zeta WAYNE BYALL Seattle, Washington Liberal Arts Sigma Phi Sigma GERALD A. CALHOUN Spokane, Washington Liberal Arts Sigma Phi Epsilong Baseballg W Clubg Oval Clubg Men's P. E.' Club. - 'X 9 Q " SX s we n' f' A 1' X-gn X 'Q I - ,.,,,,-,. Q g,m s- M -.. LORRAINE CALLENDER Seattle, Washington Liberal Arts Delta Zeta .3 A. S. U. W. Election Committee 3 C ha i rma n Decora- tion Committee, St a dium Dayg Spursg Sub-chairman W 0 m e n , s F e d e r a ti o n Pan-Hellenic Com- mittee. EVELYN CANFIELD Seattle, Washington Liberal Arts Gamma Phi Betag Swimming Teamg Columns Staff. HELEN CARLSON Everett, Washington Fine Arts Delta Gamma CHARLES O. CARROLL Seattle, Washington Liberal Arts Phi Delta Thelag Footballg Base- ballg Oval Clubg Big W Clubg Husky Football Clubg Fir Tree. GLENN E. CARTER Sumner, Washington Liberal Arts Delta Psi Deltag Inter-fraternity Councilg President Sigma Al- phag Vice-President Alpha Delta Sigmag Music Director of Junior Girls' Vodvilg Leader of Glee Club Bandg Badger Debateg At- tic'and Easel, Axe and Grind- stoneg Sophomore Garb Commit- teeg Crew Committeeg Leader of Stunt Bandg Charity Day Com- mitteeg Alumnae Committee. GEORGIA CASE Seattle, Washington Liberal Arts Delta Delta Delta MARGARET CASSEDY Donnybrooh, North Dakota Education FERN CAVENDER Seattle, Washington Business Administration Gamma Epsilon Pig Cosmopolitan Club. LEO CHAIN Seattle, Washington Business Administration Pan Xeniag Ad Club. FRANK CHAN Kakchieh, Swatow China Engineering Phi Lambda Upsilong Chinese En- gineering Societyg Chinese Stu- dent Club. ESTHER L. CHEESMAN Spokane, lnzshington Library W. A. A. MARGARET CHURCH Tacoma, Washington Science Pi Beta Phig Mortar Boardg Y. W. C. A.g Student Council, Sigma Xi. AMY CHURCHILL Seattle, Wxshington Liberal Arts Gamma Phi Beta .Q X1 .XR ,N JOHN A. CLAGUE wx Seattle, Washington Fisheries R Pi Kappa Phi x l fi ,Q ,,,, " A,ji,,A A ff, LA, A .fwfr . t fW,ms5PHm.1"- Ni l' I 3 'um-ANNN .AAVF Xiu DQ., ,EAI ,t6!Z4,jgZ , ,ff A 23 2,24 amy I ,f-,,w: ,1 H , ,,,,,, BENJAMIN INGLIS CLARK Seattle, Washington A Business Administration DAVID P. CLARK Ellensburg, Washington Business Administration Sigma Phi Epsilon RHODA CLARK Pasadena, California Science Home Economics Club CHARLES F. CLAY Gig Harbor, Washington Journalism Pi Kappa Phi, Daily. WALTER J. CLEVELAND Boise, Idaho Liberal Arts Beta Theta Pi ELSIE X. CLODIUS Seattle, Washington Library School Alpha Xi Deltag Transfer from University of Oregon. MILDRED COHN Portland, Oregon Library School Wfomenis Ensemble: Rigtime. f f., Z? A xf 6 yt? 5 ,.i,f2if-a fi ' he 1 ff Cut f ' f X 'i Www V. , 57, ' . ' VW if ' " fm ' " ff 4" ' A , 4,1-A, , fvf " ' fly? fs 1 ., I 1 A 'fi All W .11 , . ' 3. M, if , ,. 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COMMEREE Colville, Washington Science Tillicums ROBERT CONDON Seattle, Washington Forestry Phi Gamma Deltag Xi Sigma Pig Crew JANET CONNICK San Francisco, California Liberal Arts Delta Delta Delta ALVA MIRIAM CONWAY Seattle, Washington Science Advisory Committee DEAN LEWIS COOK Seattle, Washington Business Administration Acacia FLO COOK Lewiston, Idaho Fine Arts Pi Beta Phig Mortar Board. GEORGE S. COOK Seattle, Washington Liberal Arts Phi Sigma Kappag Scabbard and Bladeg Minor W Clubg Varsity Boat Clubg Rifle Teamg Crewg Varsity Boat Club Dance Com- mitteeg A. S. U. W. Election Committee. CLAIRE COOPER Seattle, Washington Science Lambda Omegag W. A. A.g Y. W. C. A.g Columnsg Poster Commit- teeg Women's Federationg Home Economics Clubg Stadium Day Committeeg Homecoming Com- mittee. HELEN ALBERTA CORBETT Walla Walla, Washington Journalism Phi Omega Pig Daily. JAMES P. CORCORAN Pierre, South Dakota Electrical Engineering Pi Kappa Alpha F. G. CORNUE Yakima, Washington Liberal Arts Psi Upsilon MARGARET COUGHLIN Spokane, Washington Liberal Arts Delta Gammag Mortar Boardg Rep- resentative Councilg Sigma Xig Omicron Nu. CLIVEDEN L. COX Hot Springs, Arkansas Pharmacy Sigma Xig American Pharmaceutic- al Association. 5' X -. to EVA ARLYS CRAIG Seattle, Washington Fine Arts Kappa Deltag Womenls Federation Playersg Liliom Cast. HAZEL CRAWFORD Opportunity, Washington Education MURIEL CROTI-IERS Seattle, Washington Journalism Theta Sigma Phig Concert Chair- mang Summer .Iournal Editorg Women's Debate Manager. NELSON KENNAH CUBBON Seattle, Washington Architecture Atelier FLORIAN CULVER Bellingham, Washington Education Home Economics Clubg D. A. R. LOUISE CULWELL Seattle, Wlshiltgton Liberal Arts Phi Mu ROBERT J. CUNNINGHAM Seattle, Washington Business Administration Tau Kappa Epsilong Pan Xeniag Business Administration Council. AY As .-.tl .i - - f-f' .,. f X ffer "P-Q ffqwvfsf ,.+f,: fm ,nf f ff 'Z W ,fit if . . ,,,,, 67 1 "HU f W! ' .5 EULA MARIE CURRY Seattle, Washington Liberal Arts Delta Delta Deltag Y. W. C. A.g W. A. A. EUGENE G. CUSHING Vancouver, Washington Law Lambda Chi Alphag Phi Delta Phig Band Leader. HELEN DAGG Seattle, Washington Library Science D. A. R.g Alpha Xi Deltag Ad Clubg Stadium Day Committee. DOROTHEA DAHLSTROM C entralia, Wzshington Science Lewis Hallg Sigma Epsilong Nurse's Club. JOHN E. DALQUEST Richmond Beach, Washington Liberal A rts Delta Kappa Epsilong Footballg Oval Clubg Husky Clubg Big W Club. LEON DANNUG Laoag llocos Norte, Philippines Education Vice-President Filipino Club LORNA E. DAVIDSON Seattle, Washington Liberal Arts Della Gamma .4 I , gf.-.ffnyg . A' me A- -f--, fr w A, f w':,f,4Qff,g,- - 25' U . if " - . mn- ' .5 ,ffl Q.w1.i,, , ,, fm' W 7, f ,. .4 ...L 5 . 15 ,W-N -f" .. it ,A L J fqwsffife., J.. , . 1'4" nz , 1, ,f'l1'fj all , ' , . 4'-'wif ' ' V aff I -A fn. M-,AQ r. H 4 W 2 W '21 .,-Pr Y ,ff fd..,.,of la- , . I 5, ,, , f , 0' f if iw 1 ,, ,.,, ,. 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I PAGE - 80 - ? s '- A 1 Y ,. K, I :Wi L.si fJ"s'-f 1, C , A su WILLIAM M. DAVIDSON Seattle, Washington Liberal Arts Chairman Junior-Senior Danceg Class Treasurer, Election Com- mitteeg Chairman Costume Com- mittee of Bigtimeg Chairman Dad's Day Publicity Committeeg Golf Team. HARVEY DAVIS Wenatchee, Washington Law Lambda Chi Alphag Phi Delta Phi, Treasurer Inter-fraternity Coun- cil. RAPHAEL H. DAVIS Mt. Vernon, Washington Forestry Sigma Tau Epsilon, Frosh Base- ballg Frosh Ice I-Iockeyg Varsity Baseballg Big W Clubg Forest Club. GEORGE DAY Clarkson, Washington Business Administration Tau Kappa Epsilon, Ad Club. JOSEPHINE E. DAY Puyallup, Washington Education Tolo I-Iouseg Y. W. C. A. Cabinetg Big Sisterg Spanish Club. ISABELLE DEARING Seattle, Washington Liberal Arts Chi Omegag Mortar Boarflg Athena. OCTAVIE DE BEAULIEU Pasadena, California Science Kappa Phig Omicrou Nu, Home Economics Club. HELEN DELBAR Seattle, Washington Liberal Arts Delta Delta Delta HAROLD DENNY Easton, Washington Forestry Tau Phi Deltag Forest Club. MARION K. DENNY Seattle, Washington Fine Arts Phi Omega Pi LOREN DITLEVSON Opportunity, Washington Lib eral A rts Alpha Kappa Psig Knights of the Hook. JOHN W. DOBSON Renton, Washington Law DOROTHY DOERNBECHER Seattle, Washirtgton Education Chi Omega DOROTHY G. DOHM Olympia, Washington, Business Administration CHARLES DOUMANI Seattle, Washtrzgtort Science DOROTHY DOWLER Seattle, Washington Lzberal A rt.s Alpha X1 Delta, Axe and Grlnfl stone, Campus Day, June .lolly up Cl1a1rman Crew Tag Sales, A S U W El6Clf101lS G B DOWNER Greeley Colorado Engtneermg Theta Kapp'1 Theta CHARLES A DOWNIE Seattle Washtngton Bustness Admtntstratzon Slgma Chl JUHIOI' Prom Jurnor Day Chalrman, SCIIIOI' Class Preslclent DOROTHEA DOWTY tarbuck lnlshmgton Education HISIOTY Club MARY MARGARET DOYLE Belltngham, Washmgton Educatzon Alpha Gamma Delta, Athena JOHN DREW Seattle, Washington Buszness Admtlzzttratzozz Delta Kappa EPSIIOH , . ..,,.. tm, f hvp,, , 1 . ., f f. A MARIAN LOUISE DUIT Renton, Washmgton Sczence Omlcron Nu, Slgma X1 Home ECODOIIIICS COUHCII, Home Eco nomlcs Club Flnanclal Commlt ee Secretary OTHICFOII Nu HOWARD DURHAM Bellmgham, Washmgton Ltberal Arts TIlllCUIHS KENNETH M DURKEE Seattle, Washmgton Engzneerzn Vlce Chalrman, S t u cl e nt Branch Amer1can Instltute of Eleetuc 11 EIlglIlB61'S FRAN Z J ERLENBORN Seattle Wasltzrzgton B usmets Aolmmzstratzon Alpha Delta Sxgma, Alpha Kappa Ps1 Scabbard and Blacle Ad Club Treasurer, Student Cou11 c1l Sec1etary Alpha Delta Slgm C W EASTER attle Wzslzmgton Ltberalflrtt h1 Gamma Delta, Oval Club Basketball Manager EVELYN ELLINGTON Des Moznes, Washtngton F me Arts P111 Omega P1 Town Glrls Aseo c1at1on ll 1 ls V OSCAR C ENGE Seattle, Washmgton Ltb eral Arts P111 Kappa Slgma, Kmghts of the Hook, Frosh Football lf VW!! lf! PAGE a 1 - i - - - '-2 T X f f f ,J X 0 fl Z ffl fl ZA! f ff W ft! ifffi ffl 1 f aw 'u Vx 621 'far if 55? 5 WZ sf 1 V7 1 , M VH. 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W0mBll,S Voca- tional Club. MARGARET EVANS Seattle, Washington Fine Arts Alpha Omicron Pig Fine Arts Council. 'GSW ELSIE EWING Great Falls, Montana Liberal Arts Chi Omega FLORENCE FAHEY I Seattle, Washington Liberal Arts Kappa Alpha Theta HOLLIS A. FELLOWS Long Beach, California Liberal Arts Delta Kappa Epsilon RONALD FERGUSON lhkirna, Wizshington Pharmacy FERNANDO FERRERA Baras, Rizal, Philippines Science Filipino Clubg Inkwell Clubg Cos- mopolitan Club. VYNOR STARR FISH Ellensburg, Washington Education HEREFORD T. FITCH Tacoma, Whshington Law Delta Kappa Epsilong Phi Delta Phig Crew. SUSAN FITCH Tacoma, Wzshingtori Liberal Arts Pi Beta Phig A. S. U. W. Secretaryg Mortar Board. OLIVE FITZ Seattle, Washington Liberal Arts Alpha Omicron Pi PETRONILLA LOUISE FITZ- GERALD Walla Walla, Washington Education JEAN FITZSIMMONS Seattle, Washington Liberal Arts Delta Delta Delta, W0mCl1,S Fed- eration. GEORGE CLEMANS FLANAGAN Seattle, Washington Forestry Xi Sigma Pig Forest Clubg Editor Forest Club Quarterly. JOHN C. FLANAGAN Seattle, Washington Education Psi Upsilong Oval Clubg W Clubg Football. WINONA FLANDERS Seattle, Washington Liberal Arts Alpha Omicrou Pi 1 Nyyv "' , ,,, ,W 'n 71 'bf' ,"- f R El , . ef .ft W fi- V ,f ,. 1 . f- ,- 2:-f' -aw , ,- f V . tw- ' Il . M4 ite wt . ,.., .mea !74,w9x Xfftwi, H Fry. ,L f ti. gj,,,f 'fn , H V' -555: . ,f 5 , .M . , 'lat GLENN B. FLEMING Friday Harbor, Washington Education JAMES V. FLETCHER Seattle, Washington Liberal Arts FLOYD FLINT Seattle, Wizshington Journalism Sigma Phi Sigmag Sigma Delta Chig Hammer and Coffing Col- umnsg Tyeeg Daily. WILLIAM H. FLOOD Tacoma, Washington Liberal Arts Delta Kappa Epsilong Alpha Kap- pa Psi, Crewg Varsity Boat Club. AL G. FLOURNOY Seattle, Washington Business Administration Chi Psi PHILIP FORDYCE Seattle, Washington Liberal Arts MARY FOGARTY Everett, Washington Liberal Arts ', I . 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HELEN FRANCES CALVIN Valleyforrl, Washington Education Theta Upsilong Y. W. C. A. JOSEPH CANDY Spokan e, Mzshington Law HERBERT GARDNER Seattle, Washington Business Administration Alpha Sigma Phig Vice-President A. S. U. W. ALICE CARRETT Seattle, Washington Liberal Arts HAROLD W. GAUNCE Seattle, Washington Engineering Delta Psi Delta, Engineering Coun- cilg Pep Band, Ammoni Sociig Band. JAY GAVIN Seattle, Washington Liberal Arts Pi Kappa Alpha VERTIS H. GEARY Lake Charles, Louisiana Forestry Tau Phi Delta PAR JEROME GEHRING Seattle, lW1shington Business Administration Sigma Pig Scabhard and Bladeg Al- pha Kappa Psig General Chair- man Freshman Week Commit- teeg Vice-C h a i r m a ll Cadet Ball Committee, Vice-Chairman All- University Play C o m in i t t e eg Homecoming Committees. BENICIA GENTHER Bellingham, Washington Science Alpha Delta Theta EUGENE GETTELMAN Portland, Oregon Science Zeta Beta Tau MAYBELLE GHIGLIONE Seattle, Washington ' Journalism Sigma Kappa, Mortar B 0 a r dg Theta Sigma Phig Gamma Alpha Chig Editor Tyee. , 93 ,4Q,,.4.5fgfs.,,-Qi ,fi WWE' .ff-A-!ii,,Il .. .Q , , ,,.,,, .,,,, , f ,, M , ,,,,,, ze., .2 . , . -.. ,, . :5g ,I li ft!! Q .flf fif f M ' A ' VE" 'ftZ3?1fZ?i .vt I f"'l.e.l.'t.sz..ta., ,V 5 ,150 , .fx 6" MINNIE GIBB Aberdeen, Washington X Science Phi Omega Pig Spurs, Home Eco- nomics Club, Y. W. C. A. Oper- ettag Bigtimeg Homecoming Committeeg High Leaders' Con- ference C 0 m mi tt e eg Varsity Ballg Homecoming. EDITH GIDEON Winslow, Wzshington Science Sigma Xig Zeta Mu Tau. HAZEL GILLESPIE Centralia, Wzshington Science NORMAN GILLESPIE Seattle, Washington Business Administration MARY GERTRUDE GILMER Seattle, Washington. Liberal Arts D. A. R. CONSTANCE GOLDEN Bremerton, Washington' Business Administration JOSE N. 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P. L. COW Seattle, Washington Science Zeta Mu Taug Phi La mb da Up- silon. CARROLL F. GRAHAM Sunnyside, Wzshington Business Administration Theta Kappa Theta FRANK GRANT Everett, Washington Business Administration Theta Xi LAURA ETHEL GRANT Seattle, Washington Fine Arts Sigma Kappa, D. A. R.g Freshman Committeeg Secretary Y. W. C. A.g Y. W. C. A. Councilg Daily Staffg Art Clubg Lambda Rhog Campus Day Committee. EDITH GRAY Viola, Idaho Liberal Arts MARY ANNE GRAY Viola, Idaho Fine Arts PEDRO P. GRAZA Seattle, Washington Education ELIZABETH G. GREEN Ansonia, Connecticut Fine Arts Sigma Eta Chig Ad Clubg Art Clubg Pilgrim Club. JOSEPH GREENWELL Seattle, Washington Science Phi Mu Chig Secretary Pre-Medic Clubg Freshman Lightweight Crewg Freshman Publicity Com- mittee. JACK GREGORY Seattle, Washington Engineering Alpha Sigma Phi EDWIN LEWIS GRIFFIN Tacoma, Washington Liberal Arts Pi Kappa Alpha :Q-v,..:t.,..f.m- ....,.. t.,,,4..ft,.e,..e,,,,K JOHN HENDERSON GRIFFIN, JR. Los Angeles, California Business Administration Psi Upsilon LORENE GRITMAN Spokane, Washington Liberal Arts Delta Gamma ANTON H. GRITSCH Seattle, Washington Liberal Arts Lambda Chi Alphag Oval Clubg Big W Clubg Freshman Basket- hallg Varsity Basketball. WILLIAM W. GROGAN Seattle, Washington Forestry Acacia HELEN GRUNBAUM Seattle, Washington Liberal Arts Election Committee 3 ,. f ' ' , .. 14 ai- J?Ef'iif1'fV,M sp .J wa J 1 . ' 1' . , Va - Ln if EZ2ifltif" I Zi W7 -s V a...,.A.aas... .... at. 'N .31 - gi ff-'ffl ' GEORGE PERRY HACK Seattle, Washington Liberal Arts Psi Upsilong W Clubg Basketballg Oval Club. DEVERE HACKNEY Centralia, Washington Pharmacy Kappa Sigmag Knights of the I-Iookg Varsity Boat Club. ELBERT .l. HADDON Bremerton, Washington Science Beta Kappa LOUISE HOGART Seattle, Washington Physical Education Women's W Clubg Treasurer P. E. Club. IRENE CHARLOTTE HAGEN Bellingham, Washington Lib eral A rts . ..,.-if '32 w ' -if ,is -ev 'X t a. a, af . 4 Q, 4 , 4- 1, mi? -an Q. 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R.g Wesley Clubg Y. W. C. A.g Town Girls' Association. NORMAN W. HANER Wiclcersltanz, lmzshington Engineering Tau Kappa Epsilong Tau Beta Pig A. I. E. E. GEORGE E. HANSEN Seattle, Washington Business Administration Junior Promg Freshman and Soph- omore Vi gil a n ce Committeeg Baseball. HAROLD M. HANSON Everett, Washington Law Theta Chig Boxing g B a d g e r De- hate. HILDA MARGARET HANSON Seattle, Washington Education Kappa Phig Y. W. C. A. wQ,,e11stf.mt,.,.-. SAMUEL F. HARBY Seattle, Washington Liberal Arts Tillicumsg Eagles Oratory Contestg Sphinx Clubg All-University Players, Associationg University Playersg Junior Prom Commit- teeg Sophomore Dance Commit- tee. MARTHA HARDY Seattle, Washington Liberal Arts Sigma Xig Zeta Mu Tau. ROBERT C. HARING Seattle, Washington Chemical Engineering Sigma Phi Sigmag Tau Beta Pig Sigma Xig Zeta Mu Taug Am- moni Socii. GERALD E. HARNEY Seattle, Washington Electrical Engineering A. I. E. E.g Football Honor Wg Husky Club. GERALDINE HARRINGTON Seattle, Washington Science ELEANOR PAULINE HARRIS Seattle, Washington Liberal Arts Beta Phi Alpha HARVEY HART Portland, Oregon Business Administration. Delta Upsilong Pan Xeniag Marine Clubg Track. BOB I-IARTNETT Seattle, Wizsh ington Business Admini Delt T st a au Deltag Class Pres Knights of the Hookg omore Representative Boa Control. C. R. Seattle W , ashington Delta HARTNETT Tau Delta LOUISE HASTERT Aberdeen, Washington ration identg Soph- rd of Science Liberal A P. . . 1 Beta Phlg Ph THORVA LD W I-IAUFF . , JR. Seattle, Washington Chemical Engineering V . . arslty Rlfle Tea In WILLIAM I. HAVLAND Seattl W' ' e, ashtngton Business 1 Mu Gamma. Administration S d ' lu ent Represent t a ive of the B. A Loan Fundg Member of the B. A. Council. YUTAKA HAYASI-IITAN I Seattle W h' , as tngton F'A ine rts Japanese Student Clubg Atelier. LOYAL B. HAYS Longview, Washington Liberal Arts TIS 1 fu fr ,, , ., 1, . ,fs 1 Q . -15 if' f t. 72 " I 4 0 VV, I ,. ll - t.., 'mf . .W , at ' V I : W , , 9 1 f 1' Avg, 1:4 ' , f Q 'Or-, W Ztfffjf f ff F , ,, ,- t e.. ,, ' X11 X- 4 4 1 A " ' f . .1 4 .1 . '- ,ig-ua' f f' 2 -.I l ' 5f .,,,41 . ' ? 97' 5' 1 4 1 1 f .2--rf-'f'W'5"f,,....-..,a-t... f . , V' 71' fi 4 f f MS' he ' ' am I 1 ,ff in 1 1. 1 f- f Y 1 W J I , A . , ALLEN J. I-IAYWARD Seattle, Washington I Science Y Phi Lambda Upsilong A m rn o ni Sociig Sigma Xi. DORIS HEGDAHL Seattle, Washington Alpha Delta Th Liberal Arts eta ARNOLD HEGG Aberdeen, Washington Science ROBERT HEILMAN, JR. Spokane Wash' , tngton Liberal Arts Sigma Pig Hammer and Coffing Sigma Delta Chig Columns Ecl- itorg Dailyg Tyeeg ' ' Pl ayers. BERTRAM HEINZ Chelan W h' IB Seatt ss Administration Scabbard and Bla ' lt ldel ELIZABETH HENDE Pittsburg , as ington All-Unlverslty L 'b t eralArts Delta Tau Deltag Sigma Al I1 g ance Commit- e Chairman Moving up Dayg ee Club .I P 33 Sophomore Vi il ' te 5 ' ' - Cl g ' e unlor Day Commit- e, Washington Busine gh, Pennsylvania Mu Phi Epsilon WILLIAM E. HEMPSTEAD l deg Class Pres- RSON Fine Arts ., ,f ian :e , We , fagiim' .tug - W . wtf f' 'f A 'PAGE - 89 11:4 , ,ff 1404 :HW9 , 4:12 V 1 cif- 1 fa 4' ix, 16 . ,A ,,..,1 '52 .- ' at ' w - '17 .42 ,1'V1',.A -'IWW-. , b1'w'-ff, 21 L5 3,4 A .f 5.5-, ,n-6.f,111gQg 1. V 52-fi f,,1,.ft . x , .5-.5 af :H if , Q 4. .1 J 1 I - - -1 l ? 1 'X I ' ' -, . f" W. 5 ., V .4 . . 1 -9 - 4.1 xx If 1 1 I , -,115 .. H., . f . A. 334375 35.33. , .f :- V -. . I - ...gp . -. . , , ,, .. in .-E , , ' 4211 . . A f-. f . " t ' ' :Pix--59' ,g- K - . ' -. . 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HINDERER Mobridge, South Dakota Liberal Arts CHARLES HIRATA Baker, Oregon Liberal Arts Japanese Student Club MARTHA HJERMSTAD Anacortes, Washington Liberal Arts Varsity Debate 5 Athena 3 In k w ell Club. My ALVIN HOCHFELD Portland, Oregon Liberal Arts Zeta Beta Tau HELEN GRACE HOCHTRITT Cheney, Washington Education LAWRENCE W. HOFFMAN Seattle, Washington Journalism Dailyg Tyee. HAROLD HOLDEN Seattle, Washington Law Delta Upsilong Phi Alpha Deltag Student Council. HELEN BERYL HOLDEN Yakima, Washington Fine Arts Sigma Kappag Y. W. C. A. Cap- tain. JOHN S. HOOD Bellingham, Wizshington Science Theta Chi, Knights of the Hookg Tyee Staff. HARRY HOOKER Seattle, Washington Liberal Arts Pi Kappa Alpha AGNES HOPKINS S . eattle, Washington Business Administration Y. W. C. A.g Baptist Clu eyg Daily Staff' Y. , Committee C h '1 i bg Hock- W. C. A. . rmang Roger Williams Club. VERA A . HOPKINS Lake Stevens, Washington. ne Arts Fi Lambda Rho MARGARET HORN Everett,W ' 1' ashuzgton Home Econo MEYER HO ROWITZ Seattle, Washington Libe JANE HORSFALL Seattle, Washington Gamma Phi Beta TED I-IOUGH ' Snoqualmie, Washington ral mics Arts Fine Arts Pharmacy American Pharmaceutical Associa- tion. GERTRUDE HOWES Sheridan, Wyoming Fine Arts Lambda Rho 1"'v N !'Lff"i I ,J . W- f 1 N-an - J, r ,,. 1 .1 ff f 'T ' "t" ' Tac , I 2, A 1 .H gg . , ,fft J' , I , t a - ..-...g4.,,N U . QT Q, af'i A f . f , ' ig M , 1 , NK X V . f arsfia 'A "Ulf: - ,Qt ' K we Q 9 7 Vw C. WALTER HUFFINE Seattle, Washington Electrical Engineerin Delt U ' g a psllong Scabbard and Bladeg Sigma Alphag Phi Sigma Taug Glee Clubg Varsity Quar- tetg Pres'd 1 ent of A. I. E. E. ELMER HUHTA H . oquzam, Washington Liberal Arts Beta Theta Pig W Clubg Oval Clubg Football. WESLEY L HU . NNER Spokane, Washington Liberal Arts Pi Kappa Alpha CHARLES HUNTER, JR. oma, Washington Law Beta Theta Pig Oval Clubg Minor W Clubg Golf. MAX HUNTER l . Seatt e, Washington Science Sigma Phi Sigmag Wesley Clubg Intramural Athletics. C. W. HURLB UT Bellingham, Washington Science Phi Sigma P' 3 lMHChiQ Bota Club' P - ' n Y re Medic Club' B , , acteri- ology Clubg Ce Kalama, Delta Sig rman Club. ashington Law H. JERARD IMUS W ' U U1 a Phig Phi Alpha Delta. PACE - 91 ,g ik t w ..e. s a2 A 'J L-Aw , fe ?f4":fa'L,,v , df .. , , - A i ly? , ., , , y ,f . we k e- ' Wx . Z Q X . A .". l v - 49, , , V 1 , QQ ,,5fj,. arg. Q H . iii- ' .S V- W5 5, f' , ,EQ-4 filiii , ,, ,ivfeasfff A i . ZX .,,, . f , R , ,f YV 52 ,-,, G 6, ,. .. 7 Y , - g V A. xtzw1,f A M141 I I' F Q v ,- ,. -, ,1- V QL , ,V . g ,"'4-' 1 7' P -a.. .,.. .ir-x ,fi " is .pf so PAGE - 9 2 - 1 i - l . ,,5,,,at.. W Y, L "iw ii HELENE INGERSOLL Seattle, Washington Fine Arts Sigma Kappa BOYD ISENHART lnznatchee, Washington Science Acaciag Pi Mu Chig Pre-M ed i c Club. JULIA JACKSON Black Diamond, Washington Liberal Arts Phi Beta Kappag Zeta Mu Tau. KATHLEEN M. JACKSON Victoria, B. C. Liberal Arts Alpha Kappa Deltag Max Garrett Clubg Sociology Clubg Student Christian Council. LOLA JACKSON Port Gamble, Washington Liberal Arts Alpha Delta Thetag Y. W. C. A.g Women's Federation, Treasurer Concert Committee. FRANK D. JAMES, JR. Seattle, Washington Law Chi Phi, Phi Delta Phig Oval Club. GERTRUDE JENSEN Raymond, Washington Liberal Arts HA RRIET J EN SEN Seattle, Wizshington Business Administration Delta Zeta HELEN JENSEN Seattle, Washington Fine Arts Delta Zeta MERRILL MONROE JENSEN Seattle, Washington Liberal Arts LINCOLN JOHANNSSON Seattle, Washington Liberal Arts Alpha Delta Sigmag Track, Box- ingg Ad Club. DOROTHY A. JOHNSON Seattle, Washington Library School EINAR JOHNSON Tacoma, Washington Pharmacy Kappa Psi ELMER JOHNSON Seattle, Washington Liberal Arts Acacia EMILY H. JOHNSON Port Angeles, Washington Science Alpha Delta Thetag Physical Eclu- cation Clubg W. A. A. FLORENCE M. JOHNSON Seattle, Washington Science Treasurer Home Economics Club GENEVIEVE JOHNSON Seattle, Washington Fine Arts Pilgrim Club HAZEL J. JOHNSON Ilwaco, Washington Liberal Arts H. HELENA JOHNSON ilwaco, Washington Science Sigma Epsilon JOSEPH N. JOHNSON Silverdale, Washington Science Phi Kappa Sigmag Oval Club' Captain Baseballg Fir Treeg Big W Club. FLORENCE E. JOHNSON Seattle, Washington Home Economics Sigma Kappa 4 ' f A J ,a3f QiiQgK QQx 4 N. ,fr . N i 1 f 1 4 111 , , -Q43 4 ,,mzvww?fa35l4..Q3 ' 1 if I f f f Alpha Xi Delta ROBERT JOHNSON Seattle, Washin X15 Editor Daily. BERNICE JOHNSTON Boise I daho ELMA JOLLY BERNICE JONES Seattle, Washington E Sigma Kappa grim Club. 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KALENIUS Hoquiam, Washington Law Beta Theta Pi PAYNE KARR Seattle, Washington Law Sigma Nug Oval Clubg Pi Sigma Alphag President Junior Class, Chairman Student Council, Sec- retary Knights of Hook, Circula- tion Manager of Tyee. VERNADEL EUGENIA KEITH Butte, Montana Liberal Arts Delta Delta Deltag' Basketball. GEORGE B. KELEZ Seattle, Washington Fisheries Theta Xig Sigma Xi, Phi Sigma, , Senior Treasurer, Engineering Council. MARION KELEZ Seattle, Washington Fine Arts Theta Xig Hammer and Coffin, Columns Staff. EDGAR KELLY Seattle, Washington Pharmacy Sigma Xi E. P. KELLY Seattle, Washington Engineering Scabbarcl and Bladeg A. I. E. E. GEORGIA KELLY Seattle, Whzshington Liberal Arts Kappa Alpha Theta LOUISE ANNA KELSEY Sacramento, California Education Sigma Kappa MAURINE L. KEMP Oto, Iowa Fine Arts Phi Omega Pi N. Wi. KENYON Seattle, Washington Engineering PHYLLIS ADALINE KERGAN Seattle, Washington Fine Arts Theta Upsilong Opera, Mid-Winter Concert, Y. W. C. 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MCLAUGHLIN Great Falls, Montana Business Administration Sigma Alpha Epsilon SARAH MCLEOD Portland, Oregon Liberal Arts Kappa Kappa Gamma ROBERT WILSER MCMEANS Seattle, Washington Liberal Arts Sigma Chig Varsity Glee Club. 9' r '4 ,fx ' tgfx e--:arty X LYLE E. MCMULLEN Tacoma, Washington Fine Ar Phi Mu Alphag President Sig ma Alphag Glee Clubg Vice-Pres- ident Fine Arts Guild. , GLEN MCNEILLY Yakim Ellensburg Normalg Coe College. KENNETH MCPHERSON Brewster, Washington Liberal Arts Tillicums MILDRED MCPHERSON Seattle, Washington Fine Arts Alpha G a m m a D e Queenis Courtg A. S. U. W. Com- mitteeg All-University Play. lt ag .lunior WILLIAM C. MCPHERSON iS rl, tmhingmn. Education - its ,,,,: X52 aff? 5",fei . V571- ws ,X Wax ,. or E. EILERT MEADER Spokane, Washington ' 1 Business Administration Phi Gamma Deltag Beta Gamma Sigmag Footb ll' H Big W Club. a , usky Club g JANE MEAGHER Three Tree Point, Washington Liberal Arts Sigma Kappa EDMOND S. MEANY, JR. 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MELLINQER Seattle: Washington Science Tacoma, Washington Science Bela Phi A1Pha5 Rifle Team- Delta Zetag Home Economics Club. LARNED A. MEACHAM FLORENCE E. MERIGOLD Seattle, W2lShingf0Vl EV'-gineefing Kalispell, Montana Education Theta Kappa Thetag Tau Beta Pig Alplla Chi Olnega "AAN Sigma Xig Zeta Mu Taug Engi- neers' Open House Committees Orchestra. R455 103 - L if 1 ati! in X Q Iillllllll H 3 ili- E - . , K f A 9' 5 msg f-W' MARIAN MESERVEY Portland, Oregon Liberal Arts Chi Omega KENNETH G. MYERS Seattle, Washington Business Administration Glee Clubg Bigtime. COWPER MIDDLETON Seattle, Washington Liberal Arts Psi Upsilong Oval Clubg Business Manager Dailyg Alpha Delta Sig- ma, Pan Xenia. ANNE M. MORGAN Seattle, Wasltington Liberal Arts Sigma Kappa STANLEY T. MIETH Cupertino, California Business Administration Chi Phig Varsity Boat Club. WILLIAM C. MILES Seattle, Washington Liberal Arts Kappa Sigma MELVIN MILLAR Seattle, Washington Pharmacy Chi Phi ALICE FRANCES MILLER Tacoma, Washington Science Alpha Delta Theta, P. E. Clubg W. A. A.g Westminster Club, W0men's Ensemble. HELEN GRACE MILLER Seattle, Washington Fine Arts Delta Delta Delta HENRY A. MILLER Centerville, Washington Business Administration Beta Alpha Psig Beta Gamma Sig- ma. HORTENSE MILLER Seattle, Wzshington Science Alpha Delta Thetag Home Econom- ics Cluhg Home Economics Councilg W. A. A., Sigma Xig Omicron Nu, Pilgrim Clubg Sigma Eta Chig Womenis W Club. P. F. MILLER Seattle, Washington Engineering Willamette College PAUL H. MILLER Yakima, Washington Business Administration Lambda Chi Alpha PAUL WARREN MILLER Puyallup, Washington Business Administration Beta Gamma Sigma , ua. lt. ,, ..., ,, , ,, THOMAS K. MILLER Waterville, W ' or Theta Ka Psi. ashmgt t Liberal A rts ppa Theta CATHERINE S. Seattle W' h' , as mgton S. 3 Beta Alpha MILLS Science lgma Kappa, Sigma Xig Omicron Nu, Sigma Eta C ' hi, Council. Y. W.C .A. ORVILLE MILLS Seattle, Washington P . hi Delta Ph' IQ Varsity B Crew. oat Law Club g CECIL W. MINAKER S eattl ' e, Washington B usin ess A dm RAY MINES Seattle, Washington Fine Arts Sigma Alph ' CAT a Epsilon HARINE MITCHELL Seattle, Washington Fin inistr ation e Arts Sigma K DORIS ilppa MITCHELL Everett, Washi ngton Library A' I wif . . . ,,, L .,. .r . 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MULLEN Okanagan, Washington Pharmacy Sigma Nu BERNARD MULLICAN Raymond, Washington Liberal Arts Kappa Signlag Junior Represenla- tive Board of Controlg Chairman Varsity Ballg Chairman Fresh- man Weelcg Moving-Up Assem- blyg President Defeated Candi- dates, Cluhg Homecomingg Stad- ium Day, Campus Day Commit- tees. KA ICHI MURATA Seattle, Washington Fine Arts DONALD MURCHISON Seattle, Washington Business Administration Tau Psig Marine Club. CAROLYN MURRAY Wenatchee, Washington Liberal Arts DENNIS MURRAY Seattle, Washington Liberal Arts Phi Delta Theta JULIA MURRAY Glasgow, Montana Education Chi Omega ORA MURRAY Pueblo, Colorado Science Beta Phi Alpha FRED W. MEYERS Seattle, Washington B nsiness Administration Theta Kappa Theta FRANCES MORRIS Lewiston, Idaho Fine Arts Alpha Delta Pi CLAYTON MORRISON Seattle, Washington I Law Sigma Pig Phi Delta Phig Knights of the Hookg Tau Pi Sigma. 1 HELEN MYERS Seattle, Washington Science Alpha Xi Delta ANNIE KIKU NAKABAYASHI Victoria, B. C. Liberal Arts Fuyo-Kaig Kappa Phi. SUKEO NAKAYA Seattle, Washington Pharmacy Treasurer .lapanese Student Club VINCENTE O. NAVEA Moho, Mashate, Philippines Liberal Arts President, Vice-President Filipino Cluhg Cosmopolitan Cluhg Y. M. C. A. EDVVARD O. NAY Pasadena, California Business Administration Phi Delta Theta -X., ! JOHN L. NEILSON Raymond, Washington Business Administration Kappa Sigmag Crew. MILDRED E. NELSON Seattle, Washington Fine Arts Phi Omega Pig President Mu Phi Epsilong Women's Ensemhleg Spring Operag Women's Federa- tion Concert Committee. ,,,,,,, , , A if , ,, tt X, g rf V1 1 . tr f Mwggfgs 1' ,,-' f :H a. 'l'f it fl ,515 3 'wgiyf 1 .,. , he aa t f W 42 ,4 ' -...lf t a t tw . Y .. N ' , N A : f Wg,-ajf.,twt ' TORVAL H. NELSON Bellingham, Uhzshington Science WILMA NELSON Seattle, Washington Liberal Arts CLAUDINE NESS Harrington, Washington Business Administration Gamma Epsilon Pig W0lH6ll,S Vo- cational Clubg Newman Club. RUTH NETTLETON Seattle, Washington Fine Arts Gamma Phi Betag Homecoming Decoration Committee. CAMERON M. NEUMANN Seattle, Washington Business Administration Alpha Sigma Phig Sigma Alphag Crewg Glee Cluhg Manager Glee ,f'Cluhg Varsity Ball Committeeg .lunior Girls' Vodvilg Bigtime Committeeg High School Con- ference Committeeg Song Duke. JACK B. NEVILLE Walville, Washington Liberal Arts Delta Chig Crewg Stadium Day Committeeg Campus Day Com- mittee. WILLARD NEVINS Granite Falls, Washington Fisheries Kappa Sigmag Big W Cluhg Base- ball. 'A .t - m e 'U ,Q 1 : QW "N ng hf ,"'?""'am, - In V,,g ,, , 5 -V 0.1 .I 4.,,. , , 4 J yy ,Q f f , ,gf v eit? 11 , .ye ' -: t .53 ju , 'L 1' , ,, , I S4 gif , ,,,tt,' . 'u j' fii'f if vet , , 1.17 '51 3 P 'X 1. fi L- -ga, nw f 4, xt a t ' QHWM 'f fy? ,gi 7 3 ff Q , fe gyyjf ', ' Z' j ' aw ' ,.,,,f , , it Q t A Km 12, I ei ataeeffl , tw ,. Q 4 Tit? 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JULIE NICHOLS Yakima, Washington Liberal Arts LOUISE NICHOLSON Vancouver, Washington Liberal Arts Beta Phi Alpha CLAYTON NIXON Seattle, Washington Liberal Arts Theta Xig Phi Alpha Deltag Pi Sigma Alphag Stevens Debating Clubg Debateg Boxing. RUTH NORRIS Seattle, Washington Library Kappa Phig Wesley Clubg W. A. A.g Womenis W Club. MARGARET NYE Seat! le, Washington Library N. MIRIAM CATEY llzenatchee, Washington Science Kappa Phig Wesley Club. CLARENCE D. OBERG Everett, Washington Business Administration Beta Theta Pig Oval Clubg Foot- ball Manager. FRANK O'BRIEN Seattle, Washington Pre-Medic Phi Gamma Delta HITO OKADA Tacoma, Washington Liberal Arts Japanese Student Club JOEL B. OLMSTED Seattle, Washington Law Sigma Chig Phi Alpha Deltag Oval Clubg Big W Cluhg Varsity Boat Clubg Fir Treeg Varsity Crewg Glee Clubg Spring Opera, Pig- gott Trophy. ALBERT OLSON Seattle, Fnzshington Law Delta Theta Phi Law Fraternityg Washington Law Review Board. HOWARD OLSON Zillah, Washington Liberal Arts is Zfam riff KATHERINE OLSON Seattle, Washington Liberal Arts THELMA OLSON Seattle, Washington Liberal Arts Delta Zeta KENNETH B. OLSON Seattle, Wzshington Science Phi Gamma Deltag Oval Clubg Footballg Husky Football Clubg W Club. ERMA O'MEARA Seattle, Washington Fine Arts Phi Alpha Rhog Newman Club. DOUGLAS L. ORKNEY Hoquiam, Washington Liberal Arts Phi Sigma Kappa CHARLES N. OROS ,m m gg ..,,,,,M f . f . t , ' , gg H A,,, , f .V V., f ff ' A ' it ,,V, A , , 31, ,iffy 4' raft, ., ,, .,.,.. . . ,,,,, ., CHARLES H. OVERBAY Manson, Washington Forestry Xi Sigma Pig Vice-President Forest Cluhg Editor Forest Club Quar- terly. WILLINE JULIANNA PADLEY Spokane, Washington Liberal Arts Delegate Chairman Mock Political Conventiong Pi Sigma Alphag Sigma Eta Chig Athenag History Clubg Pilgrim Club. WILLIAM G. PALMROTH Aberdeen, Washington Forestry Tau Phi Deltag Xi Sigma Pig For- est Clubg Engineers' Councilg Sophomore Vi g i l a n te sg Engi- neers' Open House Committeeg President Xi Sigma Pig Engi- neers, Dance Committeeg Intra- mural Sports. MILDRED B. PARISH Bllhl, Idaho Education Phi Omega Pig History Club. ESTHER PARKER Seattle, Washington Fine Arts Kappa Phi ZELLE PATTEE ' ue. f 1 it 'I ' WD... , , .ff ' ,ft fa' Q V. ,ggt N' "iz :H if i " .. 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POWELL Seattle, Washington Seattle, Whhington Pharmacy Business Administration Kappa Psi Oval Cluhg Beta Gamma Sigma, Alpha Kappa Psig President Alpha Delta Sigmag Business Manager Columns. DOROTHY DEE LACY PORTER J. THEODORE POWELL Walla Walla, Washington Selah, llhzshington Liberal Arts Library School Phi Kappa Psi Alpha Chi Omega WILLIAM LAURIE PORTER EDWARD A- POWER Imgylqtchee, Waghingtgn Oak Harbor, Washington Liberal Arts Fisheries Pi Kappa Phig Daily Staffg Intra- Phi Sigma? Fisheries Club- mural Managerial Staffg Glee Club. ROBERT D. PORTER DOROTHEA PRATT Seattle' Washington I , I Seattle, Washington Liberal Arts Chemical Engineering Pi Beta Phi. Ph. M Zeta Psig Tau Beta Pig Phi Lamb- , da Upsilong Ammoni Sociig Zeta Mu Tau' Secret , ary Tau Beta Pi. LOIS C. POTTER Bremerton, Washington Home Economics Delta Zeta WILLIS POTTER Seattle, Washington L L . aw ambda Chl Alphag Delta Theta Phi. Tacom Seattle, Delta Z 1 u Gamma. 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ELIZABETH ELLEN REMLEY Dryden, Washington Fine Arts Clogging Club EVELYN REMY Seattle, Washington Fine Arts Zeta Tau Alphag Spursg Y. W. C. A. Sophomore Commissiong Dance Drama. J. A. RENHARD Aberdeen, Washington ngton Engineering Engineering Pi Kappa Phi ISABEL RENSHAW Spokane, Washington Library School Chi Omega , H M. ,,,, I, or yy f t ' NJ 5 Pi Bel fSi X Varsity Ball Committeeg Bivz time, J. G. V. X .. is f ff f s f, sg EARL FRANCIS REQUA Everett, Mzshington Law Chi Phig Phi Delta Phi. HELEN RHODES Seattle, Wzshington Liberal Arts Chi Omega GORDON B. RICHARDSON eattle, Washington Mines gma Phi E p s i l 0 ng President Mines Societyg Treasurer Engi- neering C oun cil g Frosh Wrest- ling Managerg Campus Day Com- mittee. MARCENE RILEY Idaho Falls, Idaho Liberal Arts Delta Delta Delta BETTY RIPLEY Seattle, Washington Fine Arts Beta Phig Women's Federation' ALICE E. RISELAND lingham, Washington Business Administration Kappa Phi Treasurerg Vice-Pres- N 'ti. rdf, N ,,,. 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BETTY RUSSELL Seattle, Washington Fine Arts Kappa Deltag Phi Mu Ca mmag Vice-President Women's Federa- tion Playersg Cadet Ball Com- mitteeg Varsity Ball Committeeg .I u n i o r Queen's Court, Dailyg Tyeeg All-University Playg Homecoming Committee. CHARLES H. RUSSELL Seattle, Washington Business Administration VERA K. RYAN Wallace, Idaho Business Administration Gamma Epsilon Pig Business Ad- ministration Vocational C l u bg Newman Cluhg W. A. A. WILLIAM CLAYTON RYAN Cheney, Washington Liberal Arts Sigma Phi Epsilon VERA BERNADINE SANDERS Bremerton, Washington Science Zeta Tau Alpha, B a cteriolo gy Club g Women's Federation Com- mittees. HENRY SANFORD Seattle, Washington Law Sigma Alpha Mug F 1' e s l1 m a n Trackg Washington Law Review. LILLIAN OLIVIA SARKI Northport, Washington Lil7eralArts Clark Hallg Spanish Clubg French Club. RALPH C. SAXTON, JR. Seattle, Washington Liberal Arts Sigma Chi ROBERT SCHADE Seattle, Washington Business Administration Theta Kappa Theta E. P. 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SEARLS Seattle, Washington Seattle, Washington Liberal Arts Business Administration Kappa Phjg Wesley Clubs Pres. Sigma Alpha Epsilon ident of Philhellenica. PACE 1 1 5 - 1 - ? f . . 1 . f ".s 1 ' A A - 'A , twgfmgggyy K' an ' as 'CT I., P-' P-4 UN THOMAS D. SEDGWICK Honolulu, Hawaii Liberal Arts Chi Phi EDNA SEGERSTROM Seattle, Washington I Business Administration Zeta Tau Alphag Ad Club! WOU1' en's Vocational Cluhg Town Girls' Association. BEULAI-I SERRURIER Lyuden, Washington Liberal Arls Phi Mu BETTY SEWALL Portland, Oregon Liberal AVIS Kappa Alpha Theta HARRIET ANN SEY Douglas, Alaska Journalism Phi Omega Pi DOROTHY M. SHAIN Tacoma, Washington Business Administration President Kappa Zeta S 0 c i e t yg Menorah Society. VIRGINIA SI-IANK Seattle, Washington Liberal Arts Pi Beta Phi CURTIS G. SHATTUCK Juneau, Alaska Journalism Theta Kappa Thetag Daily. FLORENCE M. SHEARER Auburn, Washington Science W. A. A.g Women's W Clubg P. E. Club. MARY ELIZABETH SHELDON Seattle, Washington Business Administration Sororiag Girls, Vocational Clubg Treasurer Sororia. HELEN E. SHELTON Seattle, Washington Liberal Arts D. A. R.g Y. W. C. A. CHARLES E. SHEVLING Seattle, Washington Civil Engineering Theta Kappa Thetag A. S. C, E. ARLINE SHORT Bellingham, Washington Education Phi Mu GERALD SHUCKLIN Seattle, Washington Law Sigma Alpha Mu ALEXANDER X. SILVERGLA DE Trenton, New Jersey Pharmacy Sigma Alpha Mug Pi Mu Chig Bac- teriology Clubg Pre-Medic Clubg Menorah Societyg Cosmopolitan Clubg Society of American Bac- teriologists. HAROLD SINGER Portland, Oregon Liberal Arts Zeta Bela Taug Oval Clubg Inter- fraternity Council. L. ORTH SISEMORE Fort Klagmath, Oregon Liberal A rts Phi Kappa Sigma EDGAR SIZER Tacoma, Washington Science Sigma Alpha Epsilon SELBY M. SKINNER Seattle, Washington Science Delta Sigma Phig President Seah- bard and Bladeg Phi Beta Kap- pag Sigma Xig Va rs i ty Boat Clubg S t e v e n s Dehate Cluhg Crewg Cadet Ball Committeeg Sophomore Garb Committeeg Sophomore Dance Committee. LORNA SLIPPER Hamilton, Washington Journalism Chi Omegag Mortar Boardg Theta Sigma Phig Gamma Alpha Chi. ILIA SMALL Seattle, Washington Liberal Arts Sigma Kappag President Gamma Alpha Chig Secretary Ad Clubg W0m6l1,S Federation C o n c e r t Committee. f' if ' V' ., -V ,W '5 1 , ' X. "" fl GL V ' WQJX 3 4 3 f --my t -eg, ,wwkm-. K as zsfgn-,M . 1 , . I- t -, . -f t'efrf,f--Zrmigzm mga. 'f ' f ,' " . lj 4 . ' Mix '-f.,,, , A, ,ff mica, . tw 'Ee l MQW. ,, -, fm Q Q ' , v , gg. 'V A. ZANONIA SMITH Everett, Washington Liberal Arts Ateano Baznistag French and Cos- mopolitan Cluhsg Modern Lan- guage Associationg Spanish Club Plays and Programs. 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ELEANOR SOMERS Seattle, Washington Fine Arts Delta Gamma ' ENCLE SORENSON Medina, Washington Liberal Arts Lewis Hall LLOYD C. SOUTHARD Seattle, Washington Science BLANCHE SUTHERLAND Seattle, Washington Liberal Arts DOUGLAS SPENCE Edmonds, Washington Engineering A. S. M. E. JOHN SPILLER Seattle, Washington Law Delta Theta Phi MILDRED STAFF Spokane, Washington Education Sigma Alpha lotag Women's En- semble. CHARLES D. STAHLBERG Phoenix, Arizona Pharmacy Sigma Nu HELEN STANGLAND Seattle, Washington Liberal Arts Alpha Phi EMERY R. STANLEY Seattle, Washington Forestry Phi Gamma Delta MARY ELIZABETH STARR Seattle, Washington Science Pi Beta Phig Omicron Nug Pres- ident Home Economics Clubg Student Councilg Representative Councilg Y. W. C. A. Cabinet. HELEN M. STEELE Seattle, Washington Library Delta Delta Deltag W. A. A.g Y. W. C. A. ARDEN C. STEINHART Seattle, Washington Business Administration Beta Kappag Scabbard and Bladeg Alpha Kappa Psi. ADA STEPHENS Acme, Washington Education GAYLORD L. STERLING Ellensburg, Washington Business Administration GLADYS M. STEVENS Olympia, Washington Science Pi Sigma Gammag Physical Educa- tion Clubg W. A. A.g Test Tube and Rack. LORAINE HELEN STEVENS Wenatchee, Washington Fine Arts Lewis Hall V H vig , A A . 4 . weft 'Prf1wr3..a4 . 1 ' . """'r -as 'QEFEQJ' 'z H- " ., f-f,,,.,.f1 112253: - f- . v " ,., f . , ' e .,n::11.v ' ,Q H . fm-4-'M-r-4-Magi. .-M4 w-- "mg ' " , ft vzw1'221?:pa A New r fr ' ' ' Nl ELIZABETH BAKER STEWART Seattle, Washington K LiberalArts Kappa Kappa Gammag Theta Sig- ma Phig Columnsg Dailyg Assist- ant Editor Tyeeg Womenis Fed- eration Publicity. 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' . f v - - 1 - - FE 0 III 5' i- no O ar i7 M LELAND STOWELL Okanogan, Washington Pharmacy NELL STOY Seattle, Washington Education Phi Mu MURIEL STRADLEY Seattle, Washington Business Administration Zeta Tau Alphag W. A. A., Wom- en's W' Club, Y. W. C. A. IRENE STRITCH Billings, Montana Liberal A rts CHARLES R. STROTHER Seattle, Washington Liberal Arts Sigma Phi Sigma, Tau Kappa Al- pha, Pi Sigma Alpha, Varsity Dehateg Forensic Councilg Stu- dent Council, Debate Manager. BEATRICE STURGES Kent, Washington Liberal Arts Kappa Phi, Wesley Club. JEAN SUTHERLAND Seattle, Washington Science Alpha Chi Omegag Nurses' Club, Boots and Saddles. JOHN A. SUTOR j'Waterville, Washington ," Liberal Arts X HELEN EDINGTON SWAN Spokane, Wishington Liberal Arts Daily, Tyeeg Women's Federation Publicity Committeeg A. S. U. W. News Service, Cosmopolitan Clubg Y. W. C. A.g P. E. Circusg Greek Clubg Max Garrett Club. MELVIN SWANSON Tacoma, Washington Liberal Arts Chi Phig Dailyg Columns. JOSEPH G. SWARTZ, JR. Seattle, Mzshington Liberal Arts Sigma Pl1i Epsilong Big W Clubg Oval Clubg Captain Freshman Tennis Teamg Captain Varsity Tennis Team. VESTA SWENSON Seattle, Washington Fine Arts Alpha Delta Pig Mortar Boarcl. KATSUTOSHI TACHIBANA Japan Architecture Japanese Students' Clubg Atelier. RUTH TADLOCK Eureka, California Journalism Alpha Chi Omegag Mortar Boardg Sigma Phig President Women's Federation. 11, :.r. :" :'. .'--fit' st ft. , . JAMES T. TANIGAWA Honolulu, Hawaii Business Administration .l a p an e s e Students' Clubg Pan Xenia. MARGIT TANNER Seattle, Washington Liberal Arts Alpha Delta Thelag Scandinavian Club. ROY E. TARBET Seattle, Washington Engineering A. S. C. E. BENJAMIN TARLOW Seattle, Wrshington Business Administration Sigma Alpha Mu WALTER G. TATE Sunnyside, Washington Business Administration Tlgzta Kappa Thetag Beta Alpha SI. . ,,,, .K W f,f 1 1'- A f'ff'W?lI f'.- , GRACE K. TELFORD Tacoma, Washington Liberal Arts Alpha Delta Thetag Westminster Club, French Clubg Scout Troop Work. FLORENCE TEUBNER Spokane, Washington Fine Arts Zeta Tau Alphag Ensemble, Opera. BERTRAM D. THOMAS Renton, Washington Science Acaciag Phi Lambda Upsilong Sig- ma Xi. GEORGE WILLIAM THOMAS Seattle, Washington Fine Arts Phi Mu Alpha CHARLES I. THOMPSON Seattle, Washington A If Business Administration A A W . I K fwfr? 'W J fff ' A 9 .eff ,f Q? 4 ' . -:-- "f it ,f 1 'i ' A , .,.V,,,.V li., ,,. 1 ,p,1,y, I, fff f frm 51, ,,, 2 I .,y I 31. gi: 'f LJ, , Q . - :4jZ1,l1," 1 '2 6 X A if .f ,gtg ff- . A 3-474 ,i ' AX, K if ,Qfq V? , J V 1 . .S 6? -Q-ij. A fi X -' 'x' 2 62:45 . , X A fe , ,Z , X , f r,', X , a ffsxztf y ,, . ,,,, A .gm A V4 - 7"7 L, V -.,' .,,.., A, , nj' , .6-mf, t , ' A- A 1 X' ' VJ" V -. 1... 'V ff1Zif"1Z' -'H ., wftg,-Mt-A A i',. eytyjftgk., f , iw, Am . f Watt, , 1- 725?:.g:1zu it ' tw' t V f X ., , aa, K , ' A-5' f.!5fAW,'L X M . Y ffeyigl, N1 1 53 1 A - r , 1 ,V 9 i.f ' - Miz-ei' '- DEAN TAYLOR HARRY E. THOMPSON A Sumner, Wzshington Liberal Arts Ogden, Utah SCienC9 I 4 Sigma Alpha Epsilon Delta UPSHOU DOROTHEA JUNE TEFFT MARC TH0MP501xf Seattle, Washington Science Colfax, Washmgton h Fme Arts Pi Kappa Sigmag Max Garrett Alpha Ta'10megH2 P1 Omega? Clubg W. A. A., P. E. Clubg Afflllfecmfe- Chairman W0m6Il,S Field Dayg Bigtimg, PACE 121' - ? f' i,' , - - n 'S 1 . 1 g ' '-!, g V. , M 1 K 12-gy , ' vi' V Y ' V J 'I' N- , . .Mg 5 ,Q .W sv., p A E F -A N 'V in sim' 4: -gnu E' ' WFS? ROBERT K. THOMPSON Seattle, Washington Business Administration Phi Gamma Delta WILB UR B. THOMPSON Seattle, Washington Business Administration President Marine Club HERMIA THOMSON Ellensburg, Washington Liberal Arts Beta Phi Alpha T. ROY THORDARSON Blaine, Washington Education ELSA THORSTEINSON Point Roberts, Washington Education WILBUR THROSSELL Yakima, Washington Liberal Arts Alpha Kappa Psi RUTH THURMAN Burlington, Washington Education Kappa Phig Sororiag Wesley Club. WILMA TIPPETT Seattle, Washington Fine Arts Alpha Xi Deltag Mu Phi Epsilong W0men's Ensembleg Operag Ital- ian Club. JUAN E. TOLENTINO M an gatarem Pa ngannan, Philippine Islands Education Filipino Club MARY TORREY Everett, Washington Fine Arts Kappa Kappa Gammag Y. W. C. A. Council. NORIO TOYOTA Seattle, Washington Liberal Arts Japanese Students' Club JACK S. H. TRACY Seattle, Washington. Business Administration Beta Kappag Beta Gamma Sigmag Alpha Kappa Psig Pan Xeniag Marine Club. JAMES D. TRACY Seattle, Washington. Forestry Tau Phi Deltag Forest Club. MILDRED TREADWELL Seattle, Washington Fine Arts Kappa Deltag G a m IH a Alpha Chig Ad Clubg Wvomexfs Federa- tiong Y. W. C. A. FRED TREUTLE Gig Harbor, Wzshingtorz Business Administration Delta Psi Delta AUDREY CORA TRIPP Seattle, Washington Journalism Alpha Chi Omega BERYL TROXELL Bellingham, Washington Science Student Volunteer Movement, Kappa Phig Wesley Club. DON M. TUNSTALL Kalama, Washington Law Theta Chig Delta Theta Phig Sec- retary Interfraternity Council. J. LLOYD TURNACLIFF Seattle, lntshington Business Administration Sigma Nug Oval Club, Fir Treeg Board of Control, F o o t b all g Manager State High School Bas- ketball Tournament. CHARLOTTE TURNER Seattle, Washington Fine Arts Kappa Alpha Theta EDVVIN T. TURNER Great Bend, Kansas Fine Arts Pi Kappa Phig Atelier. , J A ,f .f f it LEON F. TURNER Seattle, Wasltiltgtort Journalism Daily VALGENE TUTTLE Aberdeen, Washington LiberalArts Chi Omegag Mortar Boardg Chair- man Point Systemg President Athena Debate Clubg Ad Club, Representative Council. ARDIS .l. TWOMBLEY Osceola, Iowa Business Administration A. ROBERT ULRICH Index, Washington Business Administration Lambda Chi Alpha HELEN ULSH Wichita, Kansas Fine Arts Kappa Phi 3 Wesley Club. LUCILE U'RAN Sr1ohornish,Wasl1ingto1t Education Phi Omega Pi LEILA VALENTINE Seattle, Washington Science Phi Omega Pig Y. W. C. A.g Home Economics Club. L - f me 6225 f 4 I 14,5 v, at tx f i, V7 4 Q-,rv Vwwwaty QM ,y f ,,,., tm ' if f YS ,,. ,,,,. if , ,.',,,. ' ,,.y?g,E?,gZf9kAjf I V , .Mm .fl 1 I - 1 . V J" '. X424 so i f A b' ,.,f . sk, c' . Y, 1 I i A . It T t ' ,Qld ' t yt '- f tky ff Kitt y? l . X ' v 4 . - . ,L , t 4 X H 'ft-' I Z if X 1 K1 X? if 41,f',,,zt A , , , ,ff -f '3i i.,!-,f'1i,'i ffff ff f V 1,t.,,, ,, 0 ffzlff f " ft! if, ., ' time ,ttf ,, x it, if-,, 1: . V- ,, tt f ,, , f 5,215 , WJ ffl 1 vin-' Viv . 4" I 15 A .6 , 'ff V tw 441-.-, r QT, rg, 3,4 45951 2'!fi,fi - 'W was t ,4 H 2,1 gv eff. 7 wtf' K Q25 - 4 Q 75? Q Y 1 '- 4 ' ' .iz "- IWW tf its 2,-if .. , .,gA .v. an - . bt, t- ' ' -lf? - sn ' f ff yt: ' 'Nt s- ' A 6.-ewan fits? . . f,.,,,02Ae. , - .wr fs- R7 .L O P1 me ? , ,Q ' A 1' ' 1 ' I 1, ' ' 3 7' ,, V j 1: ig-f , 1 .Vt . N 12- ai, f t 1" lr-' 'I tl I qi. SS Q U1 i-I no ill nllllllnlllll L f ' A ..::,1.:,. e1...7--fe L-M f -"' fat' 'Y Z. QM' ,, s -1 by LW ,,,,, ELERY ABRAM VAN DIEST Ihkima, Washington Law 2 4, Acacia 4 VERNON VAN LEUVEN Wenatchee, Fwzshington Liberal Arts Sigma Phi Epsilon C. FREDERICK VAN VALIN Seattle, Washington Business Administration Sigma Chig President Fisheries Clubg Tyee. I STANLEY P, VELIKANJE Yakima, WdSllilIglOll- Liberal Arts Theta Chi ROBERT H. WACNER Seattle, Washington Engineering , Sigma Chig Tau Beta Pig Sigma Xig Junior Basketball Manager. WILLARD WAKEMAN Seattle, Washington Liberal Arls Delta Kappa Epsilong Crew. GRAYDON WALEN Burlington, Washington Pharmacy l Kappa Psi HELEN C. WALLACE Seattle, Washington Fine Arts WILLIAM D. WALLACE Long Beach, California Business Administration Chi Psig H a m m e r and Coffin, Manager Programs. DONNA G. WARD Seattle, Washington Fine Arts Kappa Phi, Wesley Club. MARGUERITE WARD Seattle, Washington Fine Arts Delta Delta Delta JACK WARNICK Tacoma, Washington Business Administration Student C o u n c i lg Independent Council. GEORGE WARREN Seattle, Washington Liberal Arts Alpha Sigma Phi H. K. WASSON Seattle, Wlslzington Business Administration Alpha Tau Omegag Pan Xenia. MARY ELIZABETH WATKINS Hoquiam, Washington. Liberal Arts Kappa Kappa Gamma HELEN WEISBERCER Seattle, Washington Liberal Arts Inter-Organization Council ELIZABETH WELBORN Seattle, Washington Liberal Arts Delta Delta Delta MYRTLE WERNETT Pasco, Washington Fine Arts Art Club, Assistant Sculptorist. GLADYS E. WEST Leavenworth, Washington Education Woinenis Federation Players, .lun- ior Stock Company. at-11, 7 Q n S f 1 ft!" 'M We "' aaa Q Q A f tea A " V, .- -?,.,,LAL - vf if A A f-Aw 4 A . ,fig ,fs K ef.pfmf,w tv , J 1 l C t If THEODORE WESTIN ,,VjV'ff s . . ' 72 tif " fr' Granite Falls, Washington 1, , ' - T - - - "-' :..f.f az' f 'P Business Administration 'fi g , f . l 3125- g f, Bela Kappa, Historian Beta Alpha f ' Psi- - f f 'i- '-H leaf' 'ffffi ff HAL G. WESTMORE 1 - - . lily! Spokane, Washington Liberal Arts Delta Upsilon, Associated Univer- sity Players, President Badger Debate Club, Dramaticsg Daily, Tyee, Columns. MARGARET MADELINE WEYER Tacoma, Washington Fine Arts Kappa Delta THEODOSIA WHALLEY Pateros, Washington Liberal Arts Alpha Chi Omega WILLIAM WALLACE WHITE Seattle, Washington Engineering Tau Beta Pi, Sigma Xi, Phi Sigma Tau, Engineering Council, Stu- dent Council, A. S. M. E. ,, 1 , t f fl e V- A . 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THEODOSIA WINFREE Seattle, Washington Liberal Arts Gamma Phi Beta IVAN W. WING Seattle, Washington Liberal Arts Delta Kappa Epsilong Spiked Shoe Cluhg Manager Relay Carnival. HENRY E. WIRTH Bellingham, Washington Science Phi Lambda Upsilong A m m o ni Sociig Sigma Xig Zeta Mu Tau. HAROLD J. WISMER Hillsboro, Oregon Business Administration Alpha Kappa Psig Beta Gamma Sigmag Spiked Shoe Clubg Chairman Rally Committee. LOIS WOLFF Boulder, Colorado Liberal Arts Pi Beta Phi x l X 1 . 1 i LESTER W. WOOD Seattle, Washington - Business Administration Sigma Alpha Epsilong Beta Alpha Psi. PEGGY WOOD Seattle, Washirtgton Liberal Arts Alpha Delta Pi GEORGE WOODWORTH Seattle, Washington Business Administration Alpha Sigma Phig Scabbard and Blade, Intercollegiate Knightsg Cadet Ball Committee. ' DOROTHEA WOOLPERT Hood River, Oregon Liberal Arts ELIZABETH C. WRIGHT Seattle, Washington Journalism Alpha Gamma Deltag Theta Sigma Phig Gamma Alpha Chig Wom- en,s Editor Dailyg Tyeeg Man- ager Winter Concert. FRANCIS E. WRIGHT Pasadena, California Liberal Arts Pi Beta Phi MONICA WRIGHT ' Bellevue, Idaho Education Pi Sigma Gammag Physical Educa- tion Clubg Vice-President W. A. A. JUNE WUNDERLICH St. Maries, Idaho , Liberal Arts Beta Phi Alphag Daily. I I , 1 J , V. AX A 1 aw , 2, 5 " ' ,- ' . f -fy 1 ,fs",'Q,'?f"'?'fQgi69"' 'aww f . A sag: WM, 1 ,.,,,.s..f.1smm,?,,wm?.4 ,I .ygagfgafwg , . , . J ,,,. N ,tat M f P - a,,'1',ff S ' 2 7203719 aff rrra m,l JOHN L. WYNGARDEN Granger, Washington Education HIDEO YOSHIOKA Seattle, Washington Engineering Japanese Students' Club JOHN YOUELL Seattle, Washington Liberal Arts Delta Kappa Epsilon ALBERT S. YOUNG Seattle, Washington Fisheries Lambda Chi Alphag Phi Sigma. CHAO K. YUN Canton, China Liberal Arts EMMETT ALFRED ZIEBARTH Seattle, Washington Business Administration Sigma Phi Sigma M. A. ZIONCHECK Seattle, Washington Law Acaciag Phi Alpha Deltag Oval Club. "1' 1, " WAS ,fa 4 jg 4 42235 iff: V ff ,ev "" 'Y - mt .ett tott pggf.jf?Ljafg - Vtta f Q tllt t j ,f .Y . mx .4 f f 3- ' a j s f . lv- 'jizz' Na f ag, 7 'fi N , f 2 12 4 ,:- . : f,,., 0: 2, ' 'f zff J Y ' f'iffQ'f1 3 , f' . ff - 9 , iii' - -v i a ' .Z f ,. S 267 ' ,ni,,xi ', If -ff f 5- 1 ,E V ,, A, . , X . ,f- , fa ,, ,, , ,.f . i. V . f . 1 , 1 'fx A X Af ,Z -V e--1 W -te. ,f 2, ' ' ' if 24, f..w,f .QA . ,A Q ,Q ,ig X , ,. ,. V, -W f ' Ms- 'Y' :--'Q f A if . HMV - 2 ,43 4 ..,. , ,f V, 6,6 6 iii wal, A 4.1" . Q . f -1 , . gtg? -ol - , Q, , A 1 ,,., 13.4 , ,.,.. 'V ., 'I ii'-: f 4 as 'f ' :, 1i.':' ?:5?? Z 'G ,i 13:2 w W . Q . gl . ", 5 A V , Q Q . r 'Z ' ,,', yi? tm - t-.1 ,fp .K M. ... QU , ,, ' 9 , .5-ff l, " -1,34 ' , ,J - ff 14 g , ,tg Ar . ' f,1.,.,f1 y .qv Q ay :V ff ' 1 , '. fn. 1 ' w wf - 1-- s 2, ,, , fqwxe . W '- '-.1g1- 11 ,63 . .j PAGE 127 2 ? ' rf. J' . J 4 1 . , f ff Q. ,- fx .J mama, 1" YT ' 'E My 'Syl 1 ,M ik ,52s.,e5,29Pe'?W"W5f-We ,ji vrMf,ssa,t:ea,,,.,, ..,.. -, :,,L:.uaQ',.'2ft. 5 , -'lawn' A A A 'union' C ass Ferguson, Robb, Mcgraw, Cissrm OFFICERS- WILLIAM FERGUSON .... ...,.......... President BETTY ROBB ............,. ,,...... V ice-President GARB COMMITTEE- Toney Delmas, Chairman Kathryn Bean Milt Bona gf? JUNIOR-SENIOR BARN DANCE COMMITTEE- gifffgg Wes Brown, Chairman Adelaide Cole fe- Calvin Clark Virginia Diem f 'IAS Katrina Harley we? COMMITTEE TO SELECT J. G. V. CHAIRMAN- ,,, U Al Coates, Chairman Marion Baker .lohn Cartano ii' ' SY cu I as H N C0 1 ? STANDING ADVERTISING COMMITTEE Bill Sweet, Chairman JUNIOR PROM COMMITTEE- Adelaide Cole John Cartano, General Chairman Decorations- Reed Ingram, Chairman Beatrice Bond Bob Gleason Helen Glick Harold Lancour Gaynor Langsdorf Douglas McCoy Katherine Mitchell Patrons- Beatrice Gaches, Chmn.. Doris Dean Evelyn Morse Tickets- IVIOLET MECRESW' ...,.. J ack CISSNA ....... Katrina Harley Doris Hyatt Curley Harris Gene Kelly Catherine Overturf William Ferguson Edythe Williams Arrangements- Floyd Backeburg Charlotte McDonald Beth Morgan Harold Pebbles, Chmn. Refreshments- Dean Bartley Paul Sclxarpenberg Maurice Setzer JUNIOR GIRLS, VODVIL COMMITTEE- Violet Me rew Chairman g a Ruth Kilworth, Asst. Chairman ' Campus Publicity- Milt Bona, Chairman Robert Mahaffay Dick McFarland Margaret Moore Sarah Todd Staging Committee- Paul Janson, Chairman George Becker John Dingle Ethel Middleton Costumes- Elliott Morgan, Chmn. Harriet Frost Ethel Livesley Ushers- Arthur Peterson, Chmr Harold Lant Gordon Stewart .lane Brehm, Chairman Ruth Kilworth Fred Mahoney Margaret Emery, Chmn. ........,.Secretary ..... Treasurer Samaria Outouse Loring Schmidt Peggy Wrinkle Betty Cotton Charles Pearson Programs- Curley Harris, Chairman Priscilla Baker Virginia Diem J a ck Freeman Gerald Haney, Business Mgr. Betty Robb, Secretary Tryout Committee- Executive Committee Officers Margaret Emery Sidney Unger I,- Programs- Nancy Grimes, Chairman Ruth James Paul Jessup Tickets- Maurice Setzer, Gene Kelly, Chairmen A" ' C .is . ,.,,., . 4,,, , 7 t. Z I H A. 'at union' istory A A A A , 9 ,. 7 s ., MMM ' f f, , '-HW f ' f Junior Queen and attendants during Junior Weekend L TER a year's intermission, when the Class of 1929 abandoned the idea of the Junior Girls, Vodvil, the Class of 1930 restored the traditional Junior Class production, and presented it the weekend of April 5-6 It was greeted Wit I . h renewed popularity after its year's demise. L Q F Next to the Vodvil in importance for the year, the class gave its an- nual and traditional Junior Prom. A Dutch motif was used this year. Not only did the class give the traditional Prom, but, jointly with the Senior Class helped sponsor the Junior-Senior Roundup. The affair fol- lowed the barn dance idea and was a decided success. 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V ice-President LOUISE PHELPS I CARL GEARS I MARMN MATTHEWS S ecretaries ROBERT LUCAS 5 reasurers PUBLICITY COMMITTEE- .lohn Edwardsen, Chairman Ruth Anderson FINANCE COMMITTEE- Robert Lucas, Chairman Gordon Calder DUES COMMITTEE- Donald Welcli, Chairman Webster Anderson Edwin Bare John Brix Virginia Clematis Kendall Cosby Charles Cummins SOCIAL COMMITTEE- Edward Clifford, Chairman Edna Mae Bidwell John Brix Dick Brown Virginia Clemans Kendall Cosby Charles Cummins Helen Daggett Frank De Bruyn Kendall Cosby Frank Ferris George Danenbauer .lohn Edwardsen Katherine Henderson Elizabeth Kayser Eleanor Keating Mary Grace Markham Virginia Davidson Katherine Henderson Ethel Huntington Herbert Fovargue Edward Goble Bobbett Goldsmith Eleanor Keating Mary Grace Markham Nan Saunders .la ne Templeton Stuart Kerr Irving Watcher Marian Matthews Mark Matthews Nat Redpath Pat Reilly Vernon Saindon Daniel Tripple Irving Watcher Nat Redpath Pat Reilly Rex Ross Lloyd Shorett Billie Strouse Daniel Tripple Donald Welch A A rl V,, ,,,,ip A V ,f-,,,, f f H V ff:..,.,!a' .P . , Q?2?ai:,J:5 5' Y , . ,.,,1 sf . . . , ,, 321.4 lr, ,, -. 4 E ii if if 2 .. , l?g23gii:g3Qzil,if 1. 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QA-'Z w g ,, 5. 1' -W2 vim , ' is- 1 . - 24 765 i s , ah, Q QR 'Z 1 'V Y . :L f - a 4 , 1 , .W 13,15 , 1:1 Q- fs, -' Y s S . scheduled thirty-one days, not letting informals or formals interfere with 2 1',' it in any way. There Were red beards, and black beards, 'and skimpy T beards, and bolshevik beardsg but at least there were beards. On December 20, the Winners of the contest were announced and Bill Wilson was voted the man with the handsomest beard. Phil Mclntosh had the reddest beard, Palmer D. Koen the stiffest, and Charles Cummins Won the booby prize. The contest Was one of the most successful that has ever been sponsored by a class, and established the Class of 1931 as one of the livest on the campus. Earlier in the year, November 2, the class gave an all-University dance at the Olympic Hotel. It was a uformal informal" with a modern- istic motif. ini The official garb selected for the year was a navy blue jersey with 3 class numeral knitted into the fabric in purple and gold colors. 2 '1.... ..f,,, . r T4 , f s'se 'T If .. ,, i ' ,- . . -A'i 1 " " 'i R "lip ".' ' 1' . Q , . A. V . -' r W . 2 ' 4 43' f ' ' '-"' ' ' 'E ' 1 .- - . , Q I , k Aa.4'A'1:1'i- I . . - xx K - . -5-. Av,-1 , :- .5 . .,C' ' .'-TG vu' ' ' ' ' 1 I f ibn sy if mt 'U E IIIIIII l-3 U3 I9 V ,Q ,-4. ,H fswf N ., s.mm..av, 'e is , . X ,kt .M 2wL,fhf. - A A A freshman C ass Swenson, Morrison, Jordan, Carroll 0FFICERSw SWEN SWENSON ....... ....A............ P resident Vmcima LEE JORDAN .,,., .,...,.., S ecretary ERNEST MORRISON . .,.,.. ..,... X fice-President TALBOT Cnmzoti. ,,..,...,.,. ...,..,. T reasurer SOCIAL COMMITTEE- Kenneth Richards, Chairnmn Cleone Brown Douglas Brown Kenneth Easter Tom Fitch Irving Hart Marion Hartnett FINANCE COMMITTEE- PUBLICITY Robert Palmer., Chairman Marion Askren Thelma Badgley James Black Vesta Bowden COMMITTEE- Talbot Carroll, Chairman Charles Ells Dave Henderson Barbara Heiser Ferg Jansen Harold Likert Katherine McCroskey .lean McIntyre Dorothy Nelson Alan Chalmers Cliff Ferguson John Gridley Frances Hedges Perry Johanson Ernest Kochwar Harry Jorgensen Olive Mathias Edith Nelson Anna Noble Lloyd Nordstrom Helen Shay Katherine Urquhart Holban Veasley Paul Winkler Dorothy Moran Robert Peel Virginia Ross Harmon Shay Walter Wfoodman Mickey McGuire William McC1aren William Reed fresh -a , . . , . F -. ,,,. I X, ,fr sawwsle + vw? man lstor wane - A I f . ,N ,,,. .1 l lil 1 X A fi"g'f', . W1 55 7, 1 tt., 4 wma: .fo fr l Y 1 wg.. ,ms , '. wwf - ,..-ay., 2 wzfflv V L "" " 2' ,W xy 5 .,.,.v'f .R ,, 3 l f "' ' .- 5502 y . at X' -if ' 'M ' if f??9'Ss'f9' "4 Wg! ff Z f 1 135 W f , I - 1 W . ,ff .wwf 6,1 .f My , ' ' "EM ' K . . ,v- L . , JW , 'rf ,,,-,A .4 XJ- 3 ,. ,',5ff.,, , Q, I ,fg,,f',4f.f:., ,,1 Haeaaaf y . :f Freshman girls preparing Cam D pus ay lunches l l L H e out on its four years of college life by organizing early in the f ll a quarter, and getting its activ- ities under way. E Class of 1932 start d Th , s e d on the evening of the Varsity Ball, December 7. It was a circus affair, with tents, awn- ings, posters and placards all around the armory, carrying out the motif. Many members of the cla h e F rosh Frolic, as is the annual tradition wa h l 49 7 f. . V Wgf' ff, - .,,m- V, 1' 3 ,f . " 4'i'f1f3 - a A l V "ff '- f v 1 ?' of if 7 .ffifff w J , A .. .1 .. .ZW y . t f V. 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Paul Schwegler, Gordon ' V 1 Jenkins and Merle Hufford made names for themselves on this title team. On the F rosh basketball squad Robert White and Kline Swygard showed they had the material in them that makes future Varsity players. The Freshman Class this year, for the second time, had no vigilante committee to bother them. Traditional offenses, such as standing on Denny steps, or speaking to a girl on the campus were overlooked, unless a watchful brother happened to be around. So the Class of 1932 Worried AG 3 P E 13 not at all about public paddlings or the Wearing of green hats, but con- 2 cerned itself more with trying to shave off what beards the Sophomores -.Egg could grow, and keep up its reputation for enthusiasm and energy. V Mn .ij 1 .3 , .V. ' L,i:,f-- , E , An X 55 5 A F 7 V V3 r't,lQ3,:1'p' , , gf' .l 'i't't'fi?f,Q,,s1isf1 ., A A . - - i 1i'g:f52ef: . M. . M ' wana tee, swnffs.wwff. fan ,r :J Mggumg. 'W' ,WW whim, 'W' gf-.lv TV, i . . . .lN" 7 V . ! ,N,, W-ww-M V . M,,,,xL. 5 .MW ff! ! A Wm. N N, 25? fy: l am-. 1 X ww-W sph, K A ' F A 4 ootball Aollrheroesiche has the biggest lnuscles'9A base ball A crewA fften thousand husky hearts!! A basket lbislllssk A fight hus kies, fight! fightf' 444 big w A A stripes stripes, stripes 44444 Gfgot a charley horse like an egg!!! A A our heroes A A cb illllvll chalnp A A heroes! stroke! stroke! A sons of lnight A track, track sg -masvwwl faffw 1. ' review 1l!l2!!i-ll!D2!!9 Q L Q L L Q By DICK MACFARLANE Earl Campbell l Q l ARD luck, in the form of ineligibility, has trailed Washington athletic teams for the past year or so, greatly hinder- ing their chances to finish as high in the conference and national stand- ings as they might have under different circumstances. First was the suspension of nine men, among Whom were several of Coach Bagshaw's football men. Handicapped by general lack of material and the loss of these men besides, Baggy had quite a bit of trouble getting through his schedule last fall, and as a consequence, the Huskies Won only two games, and finished eighth in the standings. The crew had tough luck, for, after losing to California on Lake Washington, they journeyed back to Poughkeepsie, where the Purple and Gold shell pulled in third in the national meet. California and Columbia headed them at the finish. One bright spot in the sport calendar this year remains-the basket- ball season-when Hec Edmundson coached a Husky quintet to a north- ern division title, Without a defeat, but the Huskies fell before California in the Coast playoff. Baseball enjoyed a so-so season last year. The Washington ball tossers finished second to Oregon. Outstandin i g n the year's Work, has been the accomplishments of Earl Campbell, Washington's new graduate manager. Campbell has P adopted the policy, so popular in other schools, of booking intersectional games in all sports. Football will take on a new aspect next year, when the Husky gridmen will travel to Chicago to play tl1e University of Chicago. And then, this year and last year the basketball season was opened with intersectional games in the Pavilion. . 1.?gi2z11N6V::,V.!i3,- . V: . :fn ' V - ' f ---- , ' 1 ' "W-sxggff' f-4 K- .f . - .Q . t Ln ' iii" ' -. ' .f--rift" - I ' ,. :jr L-" V ..'i1- rl 4 . ... . -, J 'W 'I A hi. 5.1. A Y .1-'fs '- ".f7fPivX.'lfv', ' ,.'. -e - " J' L- V ff ' ' ..,. .aa. Nj!-7 t 27.3.- we J' . . be 5. W , 21- ,A daft.. wi! "2 ' :Wi W W: ,, . f lv .s,w,. ff f 4- ,272 , f .4 4 . X 1 ,MAI ,fy 1 f .5 5-sy: '4 . ..,., Z. ,iii 1,5 , . ,H - " gifhjf f 1 :-.g1..1VV. . M 42 .. .1 5, gr-V , ...Q .f..f.,...Lan.zz:v.. ,f 4 . A 3 gy as . Wy, , Q 1 - .1 mf " ,. , A f., ,k,,,a,s W, ,,ff. if W 1, ' - I ffl' 1 .af . af - wa " fw 4, . Vu Vg ,Q. f . 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' -A VY ,. ,W ..,.. gamma ..w,, ....f f zgawg .pw Ziff f 1 f , 1 1. f Q, - ' X cf.. .1 - , Qg"5"EI.. aff' ,. - mg ..., ,, ., ,.., 2... .., 1.- ' . J 6 'V' ' 1' -' 2'i'fSXK if.. -'if Z .- .- l s?'?Ff25 ' .3 za.: elif LQ, HW I. . ....:fs.- 1j.:.Zt-1? -. my 5 53'-11 'T fga my M. Y. .ag 1555 ' 'Ft " 191' VY .4 - 2 Yuki , '-I 37? -ill .', . .3 14-'i'a"ll " l . I .1 ,A -43 aw'-4 if 1 ff , , ff Q vw 4? H U PAGE iss - i 2- ? ,C Jfkfgs izji' fixswi w- mia, 'lx f W, qw" s,, W, U- , Mm- vwxg, , ws ,mia illl- Q Q L Q Q L By HAL WESTMORE Chuck Carroll L 0 L LASHING across the national horizon with a brilliance unsurpassed by any Westerner since the days of that great other Washington All-American - George Wilson - Charles "Chuck" Carroll of the 1928 Husky gridiron machine added one more star to the bright galaxy that Coach Enoch Bagshaw and his Northern warriors have given to Pacific Coast football. Probably never before in the history of Western pigskin affairs has any one man dominated his particular field of action more clearly than Chuck did last fall. Unanimously chosen as the greatest hackfield artist on the Pacific Slope, he was also placed at either halfback or fullback on the five leading All-American selections of the year. These were the elevens chosen by the Associated Press, the United Press, the New York Sun, Walter Eckersall in the Chicago Tribune, and finally, by the War- ner-Rockne-J ones combination, which is generally considered THE offi- cial All-American. In fact, the only dispute that has been raised as to Chuck's playing ability is one that can never be settled. Which was tl1e better man- Charles Carroll or George Wilson? Many can be found who will not admit that the equal to Wilson, also a halfback and one who led the Huskies to a conference championship in 1925, has yet appeared, but just as many there are who strenuously declare that Wilson has not only met his equal but his superior. Wvashingtolrs ilnlericiln . cf' . .V . ,,--f-o J ' I x4 - .A-9, 5, .. .. ., -45... I I .. 11'- " 4 A , M fax, '- . , ff'?W'999W5Y9'lsQ fg",:5' ' "H2Ng,p ' .QQ wa , , -- '- R .. YH 4. 1 ' W .J .ng-,-'lurks' , '1-' .' 'flff ,x.,. ,.,-.- --.353 , '-' 'C. yi, , . v 1 J.. -......- K .G Wi- 2-1..u5A,.,.,l-, . ,,...:, .-. fgx L". 1 4, ,,,- .I., ,, .TD f , ...v .,, .. v.'r:f H11-:J ,- .M . ,. " 4 ff--.-,'tg,? -- , 1 lr' ., 1.,--. -1., . . -' '-' 'LL-, -'- , .4,- -1 E. Q 1 , A-, h,,..e1 ,,.,,, .n, ,,'. 1 ' A-."'-.""S9"1. ..i,. - f .ck ..1 4. 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Q Vs X 'rf 3, 9 x,.. m.A-W -rx 5 ., , x.,, , N, . 1, -a ,Wwe .. ' . ls 'WM' ' fs " J Q A in . N X We wiv ' -F , Y y S .- wh W ,m s r rf ,-H ' ,M L Q Q L 9 Q By HAL WESTMORE Bngslmw l Q O ASHINGTONCS scrappy football warriors iled up a total of 188 points to their opponents' 74 last fallg but the sea- P son nevertheless, was not as successful as usual. In fact, except for 'GChuck,' Carroll's splendid achievements, the Purple and Gold experi- enced what might technically be to pull out on the long end of the score in only two of their six conference . . . dt games. Victories were obtai called a uleann yearg for they were able ned in the five non-conference tilts schedule d down-right tough breaks A combination of inexperience, injuries an can be blamed for part of this showing without running the risk of mak- ing undue alibis. that re orted to Coach Enoch Bagshaw in Sep- Of the entire turnout p tember, only five had had two years of previous Varsity experience. Of these, Captain Clarence Dirks, tackle, was laid up most of the season with Spellman, Bazgshaw, Sutton ' 19 S football . if H 4 s ll as is M 4 .1 L Q Q I L Q Q Ob an injured l crg, Dirks, J essu p egg and Karl Pape, also a tackle, was forced to drop out. In addition, Thurle Thornton, who was rated right next to Carroll in the backfield list, hardly saw enough action to let the fans get acquainted with him, due to a persistent ankle injury. The season started out in pretty fair shape, however, when the Huskies pushed over 26-0 and 41-0 victories on Vlfillamette and the U.S.S. Tennessee, respectively. Then, Pacific University was easily disposed of the following Friday, 413-0. A But on the very next afternoon, Washingtonians received a disturbing intimation that all was not Well in the Puget Sound country when 'LNig'7 Borleske's fighting Whitman Missionaries held down the Husky score to 7-0. This was a real shock. However, local stock took quite a hound upward one week later when a vastly-improved Husky eleven passed, plunged and circled through the University of Montana's representation toirun up a 25-0 s T ' first conference tilt. core ln their Thornton being tackled in Ihe Oregon Slate College game PAGE 141 1 l 1 e r-- - , fa V K ' ,--if.L'r ' . ' . i LEP, f,. , '. , Q :V 1-1915"-. ' mv- 1 - . . - , Y . Q, . , . 1, ,A V ,argue M, 9 A IP ' VY,-,S fi "" 5:17 -ll' pi. 11515-Zf'L' ' ' 51111 Q-.--g, ..1.,i:--,- 25-erm' ,,, -:1 qu, I .", -1, 5 l vai -":.' 1 v -if I C 4 . ' " ' my. 1 , Y V 5 ,..--',g,-,ig v. '- . I N- ...-a:xff.--?,-.- Y .1-" e ug.,5,J51. . A F? D V tqpjif' X , .4- ,., ,H fl f gg? ws 7 , 4, ! 1 K1 ' ' We 36,1 1 r ' ",' Q i , ' . "-- 1 'T' 7 V' , . Q-Q-I -H j. Q27 13,2 M -jf, , I I X Q9 ff, 4? 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Favorites in the betting, even slightly troubled with over-confidence, Coach Bagshaw's proteges traveled to Portland for their first out-of-town fracas, a game with our perennial foe, the University of Oregon. When the shadows finally fell over Multnomah Stadium on that Saturday afternoon, October 20, Washington had bowed to one of the worst defeats it has ever suf- fered-27-0. It was simply a case of being utterly out-classed in every department of the game. With the exception of Carroll, who undoubtedly by his per- sonal efforts kept the score from mounting considerably higher than it did, the Husky warriors seemed physically and mentally unable to cope with their shifty, aggressive opponents. The old fight was there, but that was all. Gloom that settled over the local campus following this defeat deep- ened into despair several days later, when Oregon State College invaded ' .mls - ' . f. .S , st Snider before he was thrown in the W. S. 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And in that game was uncovered a veteran Washingtonian football player who thenceforth became the solution to Baggy's most perplexing problem. Halfback Johnnie Stombaugh from that time on became Carrollis first- string running mate in the backfield. Hoping against hope, resolved only to give everything they had dur- ing 60 minutes of play no matter how high the score should mount against them, the Huskies marched into the Stadium, November 10, to meet Cal- ifornials mighty Golden Bears. They were irretrievably cast as the "un- derdogs" It was the last time they were to be so clearly classified. T i- . if s w ,. , . Carroll stopping u Stanford man, with Sfombaugh barking him up 1 ,Q -Aa I : g E Q allll H P' uh U2 as 7 9 Tb 1 A .f .. .1 lst .4 ' 1 Q A ,391 Z v gfifll' " F3 z'- ,. .. V. 1. V w f,.t,t,., , ,,f. . W swf V M94 tw ff 0,1 f.,,- M 2 eil iii 3' V 'tt A . -1 2fifXLf""'- E :lv 2 'ifim .V ., .. Y m, 1, , ,fmygg W 1 i,,gwz,.'tfL"M 1 ? 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E' E' Gregor, Buzarll, Holmes, Schneiderman l' h t onsistently outcharged its oppo- fense and defense that Behind a tearing, clawing lne t a c nents the Washington backfield unleashed an of kept the team that was later to become tied with U. S. C. for the cham- pionship, in constant bewilderment. They made ten first downs to Cal- ifornia's six, and Carroll alone ripped off more yardage than the entire Golden Bear backfield. The Huskies' best chance to score came after a 50-yard march down the field had brought the ball to the 8-yard line. While the rain came down in sheets, the Bear line stiffened and Dahl- quistgs attempted place-kick fell just short of the crossbar. It was not until the fourth quarter that California finally managed to break through for a score. A fter a combination of a bad pass and a Wet ball had caused Carroll to fumble while attempting to punt on the fourth down, the invaders bucked to the ten-yard line, where Washington held, yielding only two yards in three plays. On the fourth, however, a short pass gave California the game, 6-0. Q fi.. L fl. 1.44 ,M , , . s .....,,.M....,,,., ..,,,- at , . -- - .. - ' 'f-441.10 - ,B ,.. .. .." 1 - "-1 "'-' V I' " """' ' J' - .,., .-J I .5 J. lr..-u,u1 J H 1: A fast play in. the Montana game . 56531355 'il' .W H -X 41.1 , fi"+5'?N a " . 4 l'- L -T :Ji'L'43'JIf3- .1 " z cifiiwil X :4iiLk15:"4k'ELw1fr-. i - a z r ,.. 1- 51125 sf ,'4,.f2f'e51z?-QJWQQ1 K- fs, ...Q .-SEM-Qrgfg, '14?5eMt.:... 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They made thirteen first-downs to Stanford's nine, and completed eight out of six- teen passes. Twice they were marching toward a touchdown when penal- ties ended the rally and forced a punt. Stanford scored late in the final frame on two passes, the last of which, Wentworth batted down only to have it hound into the hands of an opposing player, who carried it across the goal. Due to their fine stand against Stanford and California, the Huskies were generally conceded an even chance of winning the state champion- ship from the powerful Washington State College outfit, Thanksgiving Day at the Stadium. To the nine men who donned their gridiron togs for the last time, that game may well stand out as the apex of their careers. PAGE 1 4 5 i Z 'J'-1" Stombaugh is thrown in the Pullman game Xffilyillv 'N i7 1 fi if Y TN--yin., if-ffl' V XX if X, , K ,,'v,,: f I '-NN-xx I .xx V IVV, . I X I, A c, p y , lt. M .X M Wim., f-1as1vw'1egw,'2f11-w'1,"r?2 119 ig 1 I sfffa-wr: s',,1mx, r Sm viwcwr 1. 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Outstanding among the yearlings were Merle Hufford, who has all the ? possibilities of a second Carroll, Paul Schwegler and Frank Werner, powerhouses in the line, Gordie Jenkins, halfback, and others. In addi- tion, several stars will be back who were ineligible for various reasons 1 :1 this year, men such as Walt Sahli, end, Bill Marsh, fullback, and Johnny i 55 - W- ,J T PACE 146 i - - i Q Husky forwards stopping Schmidt, California fullback, on the line of scrimmage wQaiz1g3?1'i'f75?, - . 24'-12.9175 1' 3 1:,713i-'Lf'lj:x. b 2 fax .-1' ,f sg, 1. , awff A ggff, .iff as warwzm am' it WN 1 my sg ' Lx ftililgliiflll W .ff 2 Q ff! as , 1 1 WZW'-l " H y 1 71 NX .fr buf? 4 All 9-iw Q 5535 afgikx KX, .Sy :,.T -:ju .Q N -' uL.i, .sgbggivfff -' X iw .- -at .1 1 .,w-1ii,p111 .1 I., -1: 43011, lg.,-,., . , ' .T X .f-,4cfl!f g f191atQ,41, 1--1 lil , if 55511619-, so W, 1- wgwff1i,1, ,iff-5 153, -,, 4' - -p 'v f,feg5tgg,,, 1 '-4 ff.-:..21E1g::?',? 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Jessup Gregor K aet Hui lu and Rawlms m az praclnce lineup Geehan and FFISCO Mltchell, quarterbacks And thls 1S saylng nothlng of the lmprovement that can confldently be expected from such younger stars of thls years aggregatlon as Thurle Thornton and Bob Buzard, speedy halfbacks Hank Wentworth, glant sophomore tackle Roy Squlres, end, and Sam Kraetz, center Men lost by graduatlon are Captaln Clarence Dlrks, Chuck Carroll, John Dalqulst, Joe Mr-Cann, Elmer Huhta, John Flanagan, Buzz Meader, Longlno Butler, and Kenneth Olson Letters were awarded to Buzz Meader, Roy Squlres, Cla r e n c e Pautzke, Lawrence Westerweller, Tom Erdrnann, Blll Snlder, Clarence D1rks Albln Holmes, Paul Jessup, Henry Wentworth Kenneth Olson, Leo W1lcoX, Elmer Huhta, Blll Gregor, Jack Seaman, Sam Kraetz, B111 Bates, Harry Schnelderman, John Flanagan, Joe McCann, Longlno But ler, John Dalqulst, Blll Broz, Chuck Carroll, Thurle Thornton, Bob Buz ard, Elllott Pulver and Johnny Stombaugh Paul Jessup, SIX foot seven 1nch tackle, was elected next year s cap ta1n, and Chuck Carroll was awarded the Flaherty Medal for hemg the greatest inspiration to his teammates during the past season. qwi?-gh Good interference in the California game I 'ff "5-.J ,K-' 'U sa W i 2 f 1 4 5 PACE 1 4 1 f if 45 WM 41 f we ff f W , E i f Wx ,, Q 5 1' . 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C. -was beaten by the Oregon University Babes, who had previously lost to Wash- ington, 7-0. The lone defeat was a 19-0 drubbing administered early in the season by Ellensburg Normal, due largely to faulty play at the ends of the line. Gordon Jenkins, Merle Hufford, Paul Schwegler and Frank Werner were outstanding stars. Bill O'Brien, guard, was presented with a new hat by the coaching staff for making the most t The following were voted numerals by the Board of Control: Merle Hufford, Gordon Jenkins, Charles Rosenham, Fred Nelson, John Pat- L ' P l Schwe ler Clarence Boettner, Wayne Laird, ackles after kickoff. rick, Ernani St. ulse, au ' g , Don Palmer, Bill O'Brien, Frank Werner, Louis Walsh, Thomas Meade, Martin Olson, Larry Judson, David Nisbet, Clarence Eaton, Harold Hovies, Richard Walsh, Bob Heaman, Louis Linstead, Kenneth Gelatt, Lindon Meredith, Bennett Sanders, Robert Maloney, Charles Durgan, Don Bonamy, Howard Reid, Williams, Charles Montgomery, A. T. 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' V Qs W! - 5 .M " a S Dim me Washington Crew Q Q 9 Q Q L By J. GORDON WRIGHT Ulbrivkson Q Q Q L F winning races is the only factor that counts towards a successful crew season, then Wasl1ington's was not in the great- est measure successful last year. For the first time in its rowing history, the Husky Varsity went down to defeat at the hands of California on the home course-Lake Washing- ton. The Junior Varsity and F rosh eights alleviated the sting of this down- fall to some extent, however, by their decisive victories over the Bears. At Poughkeepsie, events were even more disheartening. Washingtonls Varsity took third honors, and the Jayvee and Frosh eights each finished fourth in their respective affairs. Finish of the California-Washington race Q L. fzffg . ii, f XV nf, N, , 4' , ,Q . .. , , ,-,, if ...,., .if--r . , ., -'W ul . V ., 4 FW Q 4 , , , Lf , y, ff. U 11.111-I V . . ,,, ,Q , ,W 1, ' .e51..4,, " "Maw, ..., 5. ,, 2 5 f 1 ' 'if 'MQ V 1 ' -4 2 " ' " '97Vf' , Q ., . , W am f fa at , or 2 ffQffr fibf fi gn, zvgyiygfxflfyg ' ,5 it f 1 1 im, H fs. whggfywskyaffa ff li 15 f Wsssf A 'gags sit , ' ' s f 36' '-:mm,,ww n, 2 1- f . L Q Q Q Glerup, MacDonald The California race was probably as gruelling a three-mile race as a Husky eight ever went through. A strong, chilling wind blowing directly against the laboring oarsmen, and the rough water which naturally ac- companies such a gale, put the sweepsters to a stiff test. When it came to a crucial spurt on that windy afternoon, April 6, with thousands of Husky supporters wildly yelling for the famed Wash- ington final sprint, Ebrightis eight had a reserve to call upon that sent it surging ahead of Ulbricksonls Varsity, and it swept across the finish line a bare half-length in front of Washingt0n's. While the course record for the three-mile Varsity affair stands at 15:50, wind and water conditions slowed the 1928 classic down to 18:10 2X 5. In the Freshman affair, Coach Tom Bolles' yearling outfit, after a somewhat flustered start, swung into a long, easy stroke like a crew of veterans. When Matthews, the Frosh coxswain gave the signal for the final sprint, the Husky yearlings took up the stroke and easily pulled 4 , s. t,-,,,., ,. . .af '- - -'si L,l...vE5WWiMs.' 'fW"""'W ' " - "" A . .,, ., - ' . -1:2-' The WashingIon Junior Varsity Crew Y'---.mgx 1,6 ff 1 415 f "5 544' W 9 at 1 ,,,,, ,ZW W f .,,,,,Q,1faH-yqfifx' 3 ! 1 1., 1 Visa 'f .H mt - W , is 55,323 ew , gi W, gmt W nw vi gp Emi? 1 was " 1 J- an Q ,C :gas 4 fl, " H 1, 1, M. ,c M, , , , Mya .113 , f ,,,usg,Nf1 pq, It r - ll: -, 3,14 U1 293215111 1,151 ' f fn, ga - T i'9fF!'i3i Y fs V 'rv-2'-1 K , 1,,2f,,f,g'4' 1 Wits Wifi? ,. fag s,, S - s-in ,W " W My f .1 'Y- 11, 1 1, , ,,,, " , ,ffm :I mm-I E .1 Iss, his 1' , 11 1' M 22 , 41 , -1:14 f W ,MW V 4-., :fy s 1 . ,ga ef: ' ills? . , , " f ' 1-' anis: it , i ti . 3 . 7..- PAGE 1 5 1 in F A7 ...X X PAGE 152 1 - i' X 14.6 f Davis, Oi ri Sclweltler, Wuiles ahead of their rivals to win by two and a half lengths. The time was 13:06 as compared to the course record of 10:50. The Junior Varsity event was an even more decisive victory for the Huskies. Washington's final sprint carried them over the finish mark eight and a half lengths ahead of the Southern crew. The time was 19:02 2f5, as compared with the course record of 16:25 2f5. The lineups for the Western races were: Varsity-Ellis MacDonald, stroke, Warren Davis, No. 7, Stanley Valentine, No. 6g Ronald Wailes, No. 53 George Oistad, No. 4, William Wohlmacher, No. 3, Joel Olmsted, No. 2, Captain Marius Glerup, bow, and Paul MShorty', Orr, coxswain. Junior Varsity-Ed Anderson, stroke, Harry Loners, No. 7, James Runte, No. 6, Edgar Fricke, No. 5, Jack Valentine, No. 4, Bob Schoettler, No. 3g James Beckstead, No. 2, Wallace Litchfield, bow, and Haines Gaffner, coxswain. Freshman-John Ginger, stroke, Bruce Murphy, No. 7, Ed Wilson, No. 6g Henry Schmidt, No. 5, Gerald Alcorn, No. 4, Lee Drake, No. 3:, Washington Juyvee finishing in :he California race Affffsmr i 1,-.g - 1-gg 'f " A-awww ' . f . , Q ' 16 fg . 1 f , W. , . ..,. . 'waz' ' 24.34 1 3 'V I . nazfTE?Q??Qagg5g M , , -:Q . .- f .5 ' X - :E 55252 N .1 " .X Q.,-3-.1 .bf 3EQ X9-ESXAQ' s5fQ5SY?Q3v'fA5-583454429-'af' Kauffman Valentine, Runle Orr Gilbert Bo . 3 Lloyd Shorrett, bow, and Mark Matthews, cox- swain. With the 1928 Coast Regatta a matter of history, Coach Ulbrickson immediately set to work to build his crews all over again. Shortly after arriving in the East for the big Poughkeepsie classic, .Tune 19, the Husky Varsity went into a dangerous slump which called for a drastic change of some sort. Ulbrickson solved the problem by shift- ing his entire bow four oarsmen from the .layvee shell to the same posi- tions in the Varsity, with the Varsity four going down to the Junior craft. In this upheaval, Beckstead, who went as a sub, replaced Oistad at the Varsity No. 2 oar. All seemed to be going well, when suddenly the entire squad became ill, from bad drinking water. Several of the oarsmen were considerably weakened as a result of this mishap, and were still suffering from the effects of this illness when they went into the race. A swift ebb tide, combined with ' wen, No 2 exce tionall fast crews made the o -.:f',. .z.2-M' ' ' ff , 'Y' - " . 4 . , ' , is 4- .. " Y' " gms .. 'f , X 'X' ..: 2 ,f , . ,a Q ,Hg ,Q-gy, ' . 711' iifffiile' f"'- '2 "' - W -2 -" ' -3 f"i'a' - - 5 " 1 Af. .. ' ,,,, j ' V' ., ' m ' fi . -f V- ' ii a 2 I Q 'A ' jf 'A 0 in ' . .1 X . . ' ,, f i 2' . ft. ' .V .., ,- :.' E - ' E-,Ml flu 'V Z' K ., E ,.,v ' l fglfy -' Q., V . ' l l 1 , . K ,, -, A ,- ,Z .V? I Mr.-J v g as I 1 ff- , , ky. z 1 V V .A ---.W sf.. 4 'KAW' , an V , g x Q -' 5 .. 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In the Varsity event, Califor- nia, winning her first intercollegiate crown, broke the 27-year-old record for the four-mile by covering the distance in 18:34 4f5g the former rec- ord being 18:53 1f5, established by Cornell in 1901. In the Junior Varsity affair, records also went a-tumbling. Barely outlasting Cornell in a thrilling finish, the Navy hung up a new record of 14:18 for the three-mile event. Not only did the sailors smash the u a f former record of 15 :40 1X5 set by Washington in 1928, but every one 0 the six crews in the race finished inside the old mark. In the two-mile Freshman race, the Husky yearlings were counting on v o u n 0 h Columbia as their strong rivals. While keeping alongside its shell, wh1c was in the next lane, the Navy Plebes, a few lanes over, were pulling out ' ' ' enin ahead, and by the time Washington was ready to sprint, the lnterv g distance was too great to overcome. 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Hee Ellmundson L L L EVENTEEN straight wins in the Northern C f ce without a defeat, and then a beating at division of the Coast on eren h 1 ff for the Coast title, was the record n's basketball men this year. d the first five this year, with Monty Snider- the hands of California in t e p ayo of Coach Clarence HHec7' Edmundso Five veterans ma e up who was named honorary captain at the end of the season-pairing with Stan Jaloff, a Junior with one year of Varsity play behind him, at the for- ward post. Harold McClary-six feet six inches of him-played at center. Percy Bolstad and Milt Berenson were the guards. After playing a few minor games in Seattle, which were all easily Won, Edmundson took his men on a road trip during the Christmas holi- kies defeated the Spokane Sparklers, 51-315 days. On this trip the Hus and Whitman, 32-26. I9 ask th ll ' 1 ,s'.',1ff'+- . , . A .- . -F ,f A V f ' - li Ja-1 A 1 Q ' aa..-: . A-K-1'--fffi' i- . Jar L Q --,. ,JF H. 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Ziff- .Wie Ms. ,M ..y4t 1:m,f3 ' 2 ff-Y43,:,,4,,,, U - --af A '--fw-,,v. Wf sans M, Q I ,ma xx X' L Q L Q 'Q Swanson, Hack, McClary Following the road trip, the Purple and Gold returned home to keep an engagement with the touring North Dakota five. This two-game series opened the season at home, and kept up the tradition of starting the sea- son with an intersectional series. Washington won both games easily, out- classing their opponents 41-19 and 45-30. The College of Puget Sound played a home-and-home series with the C-oldshirts, and found themselves in too fast company, taking a pair of beatings, 46-l9 and 53-29. The University of Oregon opened the conference season at Seattle when they fell before the fast-moving Huskies, 38-29. Oregon State fol- lowed, being dropped in the pavilion, 35-24. 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"1- 5' ',, Z? - sw A ' .9 2 1 fs, ,.:5'il5q5 - -t. :- M.. 1,4 swim-zalaiiefsf ', i X 'tfqf ' L L Q Q Q Basketball Managers On the final road trip, the Washington five beat Oregon, 50-443 and Oregon State, 37-28. The playoff for the Coast title was held in Seattle this year and Nibs Price's powerful Ca ' ' ' h h Huskies were in the North-came t roug 43-31 and 30-27. The second game tur of the season for, after trailing 21-6 at their strongest hid of the series, to come up to of the Bear ' ' ' d the tide and they pulled out with a 30-27 win. ld M Clar 1 and Percy Bolstad were practically Monty Snider, Haro c y unanimous choices for honor te ' ' l ff and Milt Berenson, the other two regu , honor squads. Graduating from the ranks o are: Monty Snider, captain and forward, Milt Berenson and Percy Bol- lifornia team-unbeaten 1n the Sout , as t e h h with flying colors to win both games, ned into one of the most thrilling half time, the Huskies put up 27-29. But the fine play s 1n the flnal minutes of the contest turne , ams in the Northwest, whlle Stan .la o U lars were placed on most second- f the baskethallers this year stad, guards, and Perry Hack, guard. ' ' ' ' S 'd .li s Letters were given to the following this year. Monty n1 er, gg ' k H k Jaloff, Harold McClary, Percy Bolstad, Milt Berenson, Perry Hac , an Swanson, Ernie Gritsch and Art Peterson. f the Northern champions this ssor will Maurie Bolcom. Chuck Easter handled the destinies o f th ' 1 d h' pgs, year I'0IIl 6 1JJ3113gCI'13 p0St, 311 1S SHCCC Fifa. -upf- 'v ll' EPP xi .. "i .f PAGE 1 S 8 Q ll 1? 'Q -N Qu 1929 Varsity Squad - f ,1 ,M q i , A nm' sg' ' wtaxg 1.415 4 . :Q '- .1 , V. --1P15?3???af. " -'iw-51 ', l"'1f4' . 'Tift-n .1-'WQ V "f+7'!iii',. fr -s 4' Z 5-1 v ' - r . ' ' ' ' ' ' ' 1 f ' if . -5 1? M, - 4 WWW- K,'.uvfs"-fam-+f"':A -2- 'M-,gf 4-"H-rfnnwrsifvisba .- I I - sivefv:a:.f--sfvivfki-'..1 1 - -N 'v l X' '4l?l'f'1WllP'16' -KF sa 1P'f?4wy..'9-"fQ?3'4 V 1" 1-. 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M2154 1 ,Q SL 9 4 . -grew:-e. jf ' 1-Q.. -.- .. r ,cf- if Q J "" 0' W 2' " 4 k..s'm-bw , . A , ,Q X . ,.1-MQ .. , 1 A in A." My V .x vw- ,f X ,ww , . T, -L flaw 'f me ' 1 'I' ,Q A , , ,.v+w.+'.,-1 5 . I A X -, Jzffm. 1-. FF-: 1 ' ' s why: V 15,191 A" S.:-.3 1 P 1 R 03, 5:5593 X fa 5. "2 ' sm: ' w ww 5 Q1 X , -, ,. -W 'svma ' , 'bww 'W X W mc e. - J 'KN' V I . --" ,, vw ' R 5. A .Skaggs PAGE' 1 6 0 - 1 - 1 Washington rack Q L L Q Q Q By FRED K. Ross Edmundson L L Q ICTORIES in three dual meets, a Coast cham- ionshi third place in the national intercollegiate meet at Chicago, then P P0 lacing two men on the United States Olympic team-that, in short, is P the history of the 1928 Purple and Gold track team-the greatest 1n Washington history. Led by Herm Brix and Steve Anderson, t ever wore the Purple and Gold, the Husky track team blazed its Way to . These two stars beat everything in d hi h hurdles to qualify for the wo of the best tracksters who national and international recognition the United States in the shot put an g Olympic team, then won two second places at Amsterdam. .. a t, The Washington track squad 20 - ff .mg-,., - - "W Hut , 12, . sm- r . , ,. .fy ff, .Wf.w,.a,f,., :V X A ,,,, ,,nAa:,.ew,,. ,, V 1 u uf- ' ' NWQQJ -4.4.4 Q Q Q Q .L I W 1 H erm Brix To start the season off, the Huskies met and defeated the other col- leges of the Northwest and set three new records. Oregon was the next victim. Coach Edmundson's athletes journeyed down to Eugene and smothered the Wehfeet 94 1X2 to 36 lf2. The following Saturday, Oregon State sent its team to Seattle and the Beavers were likewise badly beaten, 80 to 51. The most noteworthy per- new Pacific Coast record in the low hurdles by Steve Anderson, who romped over the low sticks in 24.1. S formance in this meet was a Washington State put up the hest dual meet of the season hut the well-balanced Husk team h d ing 78 to 53. y a an easy time winning, the final count be- N. V. i, 1.4 E , , . .. I - Foster wins W. S. C. race SY Q P! H ax r-1 'ig' Y PAGE 1 6 2 - 1 -1 2 ? X iw. M A-it we - ,, f . in If? 3- ' ,, V ' U . y . , L K. Ag, Q,f, wff--4""' yi. " f 5,3 .mf QQ Y Ma. ll .. i t W., W ' .,,fm4-'V x F Q l J v.::Mmm. Q L Q CCW V W jf '- A W .L W rn? atwvt ' M fa A . KY Steve Anderson It was the same old story at Missoula, where the pick of the Pacific Coast athletes gathered fo 42 1K2 points, easily led the field. Fresh from their victory at Missoula, eight of the leading point-getters continued on to Chicago for the big test with the track and field talent of which had not entered the Missoula meet, was a top-heavy favorite to win, and tl1e Cards came through as expected, scoring 43 points. The Husky team placed fourth with 26 points. ed seconds off his mile mark and led the pack of f W lin ton's only first place. In winning, r the annual Coast meet. Washington, with the country. Stanford's team, Kiser again clipp mile runners to the finish or as 1 g the Wenatchee flash equaled the Chicago record set the previous year by Ray Conger of 4:19.4. Herm Brix was tossing the iron ball out around the 50-foot mark but he was beaten by the two Stanford shot-putters and could only garner a third place. Tom Humes was the f Falk, D. Anderson, Jessup 'fiiifagg iff? QW A ,safe af , X is ,... . it-1:19 , ff:-",,ft.1t . as 1.5 , .V - ,, , q is t, -' 3 1 if H EH 1, "QJrf1f,.'m:5fza, ,.r I , ff- 95 - f L. N .- " -X "-as , ,Lift ,, f 'f?'Qf a 3-'EQ -pi' 11,3 J 1 'WZ'-"'l ""':f.:?tl:1ff'f.. "- ,R y fL-.'5T- 'f'-1' ei 1' X3 ""5.e'., JN' 4 ' '. , - g 'j, , .. A' -V . yffif ,. ,- .,', ,- ' - ,,. 5, 1 , 7 ' E "W-1-Mff-2XL2ff12M A ata'-1.,"-Zia-7"'f':--H1 ' Y ' Z Z 1, ' - -.-5 2. ' Y ' " 1 J -- 4 X XY Erie 3029 Yrfvae ourtli member of the Washington del- , -N:2:1g,l,,: I 4.4 V . ' A A ,Wtww:a'.fyQQ,,,,m We "Q-mx 'f A aj "'Ji7lfw.:3., , I' "Vi, NN .14 1 is Www? V.a4M.z.fMLLW K i Q L Q Q Q Q Humes, jumping 23 feel 9 inch Olympic tryouts egation to break into the scoring column when he took fifth place in the broad jump with a leap a few inches over the 23-foot mark. From Chicago five of th war but Brix, Steve Anderson and Kiser, accompanied by Coach Edmundson, con- tinued eastward for the Olympic tryouts at Boston. What they did there is now athletic history. e Husky athletes turned west d Brix took revenge over his Cardinal rivals b be t' y a ing them and every other shot-putter in the country to qualify for Uncle Samls team. Ander- son ran away from everyone in the high sticks. Kiser was leading most of the way in the 1500 meters, but his customary strong finish was lacking, and he saw four rivals pass him up with the finish tape in sight. In competition with the best athletes in the World, Brix and Anderson again came through with flying colors. The former, for a few minutes, held the world's record when he shoved the shot out to 51 feet 8 inches -the best heave since Ralph Rose established the world' s record years Smith, Shelley, Hartley 5 III N P-5 UN GH ? we M -Wie , 5'..... . , ., 0.1 024 ,. N ,.i.E6,atsM ...A ,.. I. X, .sf isvstawml "" Q Q Q l A , D I .. A I kv-L., , - , W, ...,-..-.- . W 1 4 - . , . . -.. ,V i 330m I g 5 1 .-.af ,G--w ,, -s . nR"'1 a"3'-13: .. , R 1 . - N.-U fLe.2':e22uQ -'K---1.1 . . 1 -- -A . . .LZ-F1f?i5Q:' ,. ,-..-..::J- 1 F-1-' 31 ET X , . Ln.. -, P ' -Q "sa uri- L. 7 lllel Fageb before. His triumph was short-lived, however. The giant, John Kuck, a member of the Los Angeles Athletic Club, stepped into the ring a few minutes later and beat Brix's toss. Anderson was a favorite to win the high hurdles, was leading, in fact, until the final hurdle when a South African timber-topper nosed him out by inches in a blanket finish. Although Herm Brix is lost to the Husky team by graduation, the majority of the athletes who steered Washington to a Coast championship are back this year. Brix, Dean Anderson, Mel Faget and Graham Smith have passed on but their places will be well cared for, in most instances, by recruits from the Frosh squad. The twelve remaining lettermen are Captain Bill Shelley, Steve Anderson, Chuck Clarkson, Gordon Dodds, Smith Troy, Art Gourlay, Rufus Kiser, Tom Humes, George Nickell, Fred Ross, Bob Reed, and Doane Brodie. "'IIlIi?w Dodds, Troy, Kizer A qv' kia.. .mawa2+-,Q'ei5's,,, - Q 5 'm . ,M 1 fl ,RL-1 . fxm, VV ,bww Max I Q ' ,nm-A ,w,,1q.A Q :L f AX 4-5wm.,:fae1f M, ' ,, l'VwJQ1,4Mir.Y Lf, mmf ,'M - 1 5 , . , .- In I., , .. - ,, .I .. .,..vQ. '. 1 -I . .FAH .4,.,, J.. NHL. 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Graves' baseball team played Q even-up ball with the championship Oregon team in 1928, but the Web- footers fattened their percentage at the expense of Oregon State to win ' ' ' ' h' ton State. the right to represent th The Cougars won the conference title. e Western division against Was mg Coach Graves used about every man 1n his squad in the opening series of the collegiate season against Whitman College on April 20 and 21, which the Huskies won by 14-0 and 9-2 scores. Calhoun held the Missionaries to four hits in the first game, while Wilson Gaw and Chuck h their first homers. Coach Ralph Colemanas Oregon Staters formally ushered in the con- ference season at Seattle on April 27 by hammering three Husky pitchers ff with three out for 17 hits to win 13 Carroll christened their bats wit -3. Tollefson led the Husky o ense -if M1941 ?g'r A 5 1' 1928 Varsity Team 4, 5 KK nf? :i v f if,gQzfM..S4e gf-51 ' w,,'--, 5- .. 1.-:QQ -.' " . .t W gf 1 , --.' . fi. 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Washin ton's er- Y g P 5 P centage returned to 500 the following day when the Huskies took advan- tage of 13 Wehfoot errors to win 11-7. Ray Davis was credited with the victory. The Huskies and Oregon State divided another two-game series at Corvallis, May 7 and 8, Washington losing the first 5-4, and taking the second, 11-3. As a result of a double victory over Oregon State, Oregon came to Seattle, May 18, in the Western division lead and cinched the title hy winning the first tilt, 4-2. Washington took the second hattle, 14-7. Three home runs by Dave Epps, Wehfoot outfielder, settled the first game pitch- ing duel hetween MacDonald and Calhoun. After a series of games with local teams, Graves' men closed the sea- son at Vancouver, B. C., emerging victorious in three out of the four games played. Claude B rannon was elected captain for the 1929 season LaBrnche, Gaw, Hagist, McKenzie, Carroll K . PAGE 167 - ii -' FZ' 1 ? wnwwmwzeaww -sewage, PAGE 1 6 8 l - E , .g':syw" ' W' , ag 'ga , awww ' -rr iY"x11::.an-svaizaigisgt .-. '25 W. , X usgznf M.. 1 fl xv " ' X ' if "M . ' 'A 4' - we 'Y b y , v :Lum tw- .ziggy -NMS., db. In WW., . f wifi i I . . ...1 .ah ,,,, ,, Baseball Managers after the final game. The following men earned their W's: Edward Bar- beris, Percy Bolstad, Darrell Morrison, Wilson Gaw, Clarence LaBrache, Joe Johnson, Rudolph Tollefson, Ken MacKenzie, Jerry C alh 0 un, Raphael Davis, Edward Hagist, Charles Carroll, Claude Brannon and Williard Nevins, Allan Horning and Emil Oeche received honor Wls. Coach Elwood Davis' Frosh ball tossers found their schedule rather tough going last spring and failed to win half their games. The yearlings opened their season by taking five out of seven practice games with Seattle high schools. Bellingham Normal took two battles by scores of 6-3 and 3-2, St. Martin's College defeated the Frosh twice, 1-0 and 9-2, and Everett High School divided a series, 8-3 and 5-6. The yearlings scored two wins over Bremerton High School and one over Anacortes High. Sim and Cook were the best hurlers for the first-year team while White, shortstop, stood out as the leading sticker and fielder. Numerals were awarded to the following men: Harry White, William Hutchinson, Ray Howard, Wilfred Stump, James Woodford, Warren Slemmons, Louis Hagman, Noel Bouley, .lack Nance, Paul Schwegler, William Sim, Eugene Griffin and Charles Cook. DeForest Perkins was named baseball manager for the 1929 season. Freshman Squad I9 . y y , ff ' t J Ag, 1 -if jf 7' Z ' 27 ,2-flfgilfffl, 4 V: I ' f ,, A 4 -af :--4. 5: :,.- is hgbfm- N ..Q., t f W ag .. . ,.., . if . we nnis Q Q L L 9 L By Inv BLUMENFELD rw 1: 44,-, -. ef , M 2 A . ws ., ...... - . , a- L : ' 4..:,', ,. ,f ns.. ,,.:,fL,, f f . .- V - :1fQ4f.f.,s,f5-1:.,g-H, ,-fs: Langlie, and DeTurenn L L -L FTER years of Northwest tennis supremacy, the University racquet squad was forced to relinquish its hold on the championship last year. Exceptional tale t n on the other teams, poor weather in which to practice a d h , n t e absence of Captain Joe Swartz were factors that accounted f h or t e Husky downfall. , a two-year letterman, was counted on to bolster up the team, but because of an early season injury, was unable to play the first few weeks, and by the time he was able to compete was in unsatisfactory condition. ' Swartz Windy Langlie and Billy Newkirk were the mainstays of the Purple and Gold offensive, while Willis Plummer and Vincent Galvin, the other two lettermen, exhibited some nice stuff al W so. ith the exception of Plummer, all the team members w ere out for the squad again this year. The Varsity started the season by going to Whitman where the Mis- sionaries put up some unexpected resistan ce, with the .result that the tourney was divided Washin ton w . g on two singles contests and lost a singles and a doubles match. In the next la regon came here on May 5, and gave the Huskies a tennis lesson. Vincent Galvin was the only man who could take a match from the i d nva ers, and Washington lost, five matches to one. ig battle, the University of 0 The Pacific ssic was the last intercollegi- ate competition in which the local rac Coast Conference tennis cla ' e, the Canadian star f , ff s f 'f,f,, ,Q. ,tt H , ,I ,W -ttf 0 , 0 fi' x U QV ' .9 . 21 Fw-" :s g- a n f 2 .1 fag. .-4-M' 14,11 f ., . gf,.f5.g,. v A 4 ,L s n , . 467, 4.6-. . fy, t f 'f"ft V 7 H SE Q P1 v-4 at o I .aw '4 -' gg-,.... -af'- 'ik' , Vw-4 . 3' . 'W' 4 ,Q ,ga I I gg . -1' ' 't-Q pf .CW e, , f fx" 'VZ ,' j, ,w . W: f , ,, Hg g fa. 4. X 0. . as f llama' I' Q f sy Q ,ff 75 . W 3.3: if 52.5 .., ... ,uw 5 ..,., ,,,, s ., ,. fs " X . sm , .5 f - P - N WXPA -- , ,, ' 'Q Q ' g. 23,15 ., ,- ,J.,'s,,. - . .WM 3531'- ff, ,f ', saw 1, ,gi ra L- Q if wma., . e.. ff . M. . ,Lge ,. , . V 4165-12, .Y ':, .aa ' -U, , - Zh-L A 1 . asm W : f:.,,W L -4 e.-' E queteers took part. Oregon State, ? Universit of Oregon, Stanford, Universit of Southern California and y O Y 9 Washington met on the local campus on May 18 and 19. The meet was ll ' fl l l . ' "'5f!Igj ' " u - '. A -ffd . 22:31 K N 7513 5. 1 - gfgd q w 'A Mi, ,J T 1-.'A i QT, I V 1 I-sf ',,:!,:-EHQTJ. It In M vi M- :uf V, t . 'fig 'LZ-:,f ,K Y, :U . , 1 ,5f .3l1..:.iT7 me 7'-Q fl. . , t t A fit: Q12 we - " ' ' ' ,7 mul 4. W ,i W 5, ,M . yn' ,lffy 1 nt V gg . PAGE 170 - l - - 1 2 ? 1'-P nfr. ' jf N , ' X w, Q- -,,-hX.Qf.-....,fs4- 55 ,.-,ve t o X-. ,. W b 1:1 ,lwfjv-..,, A 2, i W mf 4451 M51 ' ,AM KW' , Nr 1 I ,Pip :v 31. X W' 1 ' -:lm Arbullxnol, Lunglic, Newkirlf, Plummer, Galvin, Turner run off as an elimination tournament, and the Stanford netmen captured both the singles and doubles titles. The singles fight was between two Stanford men, Herrington and McElvenney. After a tough fight Herrington, who was the fifth ranking college player in the country, downed his more inexperienced teammate and took the singles championship. Herrington paired with Mclilvenney in the doubles finals against Langlie and Newkirk of Washington. The Husky stars made a gallant effort to bring the doubles crown to Washington, but they were beaten by the Cardinals in two deuce sets, 8-6, 7-5. The Huskies disposed of two of the strongest doubles teams on the Coast before they finally were downed by the invaders. In the semi- finals with University of Southern California, the Washington men were extended to three sets before they took the match. The Pacific Coast Conference meet was the last big event in which the Washington Varsity played. After two matches with British Columbia squads, the tennis season was brought to a close. John Turner was the Varsity manager. The Freshman net squad made a better showing than did the Varsity. Out of six matches, the first-year men lost but one. A two-man team from Oregon was the only stumbling block for the crack Husky Frosh court- men. The numeral winners were George Hoyt, Bill Sharp, Sverre Rostgaard and Dick Hurrell. All four men showed promise of developing into first- rate Varsity material. Hoyt and Sharp had a slight edge over Rostgaard and Hurrell, but all four men will make spirited fights for the coveted positions on the Varsity this year. The Freshman manager last year was Fred Kettenring. lllinor and Intramural Sports r 1 .. Q New ...am Wi A " "tif 'Mute' , ,, 5x ' .,L 1 I, J 5 " f . D.. .. xy .new .L " ,L 9 Q Q Q 1 .L By BILL HOWARD Chuck Hunter golf L L L HUCK HUNTER, Varsity golf ace, won laur- els for himself and the University last spring when he journeyed down to San Francisco and won individual honors in the Pacific Coast Inter- collegiate tourney, a 72-hole medal play affair played on the Olympic Golf Club course. He Won by one stroke after a nip and tuck battle with Eddie Myberg of Stanford. Paired with Ed Wheaton, Hunter brought home third place in the team rankings. - Dick Richmond, Sophomore divot-digger, took the annual Sayles Handicap Trophy home last fall after a fight in the finals with Kermit Rosen. Sponsoring interest in golf among students is the Varsity Golf Club. Fred Page is the president and Maurie Bolcom holds the office of secre- tary treasurer Washington Rifle Team E . 0 will 'Q I P-4 W4 ,yi ,f ,. ,,,A , . . A 1 'C' ,ff riflery L L L ONTINUING in its role of the most successful the campus Washington's sharpshooter squad Q Q walllllll P' , 'Nl B5 Minor Sports team on , added further laurels to the honors won last year by Husky rangefinders. The Varsity won thirty-eight matches from the best teams in the country, d stablished clear-cut margins of superiority in nearly every case. The an e University of Missouri gave the Husky its closest rub, but failed by one point of a victory. The R. O. T. C. team placed second among Coast outfits and cinched a place in the ninth corps area shootoff. Members of the Varsity squad include Captain Al Browne, George Cook, a three-year letterman, Roy Meister, Pat O7Reilly, K. W. Godfrey, Herbert Stone, Allan Wood, Arthur Seabury, Carl Hall, and Henry Gilmore. Lieutenant Dean Luce coached the team. boxing d l l l changed coaches in mid stream last winter, the mitt slingers came through to another intercollegiate victory over California. As was the case the year before, Washington had a well-balanced team that showed the Bear more gloves than he could comfortably devour. Husky boxers who won their matches against the Cal men include: Captain Dave Walker in the 125-pound division, Keith J ones, who car- ried off a Victory in the lightweight class, Clayton Nixon, lightheavy who gave Garner, the prospective Bear ironman, a fine trimming, and ' h Johnn Perdick lost his welter fight after a VEN though the Washington boxing squa 7 Al Holmes, heavyweig t. y ' ' ' 115 ounds and Corbin, h d battle with Rlbbell, while Dick Muffley at p ar middleweight, also lost their bouts. Norm Kunde coached the boxers. mQMLm . V .wa V. , 'M' " ' may ,, Lander Hall championship cross-country team. intranlurals L tory in five years during the fall intramural season, and in so doing, far outclassed the other entries. An interesting feature of the marathon com- petition was the fine showing made by the- Jaycee Athletic Club which finished in second place with 205 points to the leaderls 399. The club was a two-man affair with Elmer Cutts and Jack Johns winning second place by themselves. Elbert Sellers was the individual star of the com- petition, scoring 122 points for Lander and breaking the course record L l ANDER HALL won its fourth cross-country vici ff f . ,.,, 5 ,,, ,V 1 f X ff ff wmxqw ,VX f?f 5 f ww , . 4' v. . 1 Zf,79fwZ3-PV ff , 4 ,. 9 , all ,1 ' 31392 ws'-51' ' 1.3 - A : w if ' A w N P . irff alm ili ii ' Mx' . Y, J 1- 1:11 il-1 11 - 'fx , .s ,,, . , w SMQWVE 'VZ' -, l' -3 ' ff Jyf . N 1 - :el il V 1 ll ff! il by more than ten seconds. His best time was 14:11.4. Johns trailed Sellers closely with 117 markers during the season. By taking an early lead and staving off the last-minute rush of their opponents, Alpha Sigma Phi turned in a 22-19 victory over -Beta Theta Pi and won the 1929 intramural basketball championship. The Alpha Sigs displayed a Well-rounded outfit with Rudy Tollefson as the leading performer. Pi Kappa Phi and Phi Kappa Sigma entered the semi-final round but fell before the finalists in hard-fought games. Despite interference from both the auto show and the playoff tour- nament with California after the basketball season, indoor baseball con- tinued to be one of the most popular sports on the intramural calendar during the winter season. The final games were played off during the first week of the spring quarter with the ten league champions battling tooth and nail for the title. Sigma Nu Won the top honors in league one during the season, and entered the playoff with a strong outfit as did Beta Theta Pi, Alpha Sig- ma Phi, and Sigma Chi, other favorites for the championship. The other six division Winners include: Sigma Tau Epsilon, Delta Kappa Epsilon, Theta Chi, Pi Kappa Alpha, Delta Tau Delta, and Lander Hall. E C3 P1 "' xi on ? homas Erdmann Sam Kraetz :T 0 Ili' r-I 4 B nlll A gM35r0,z:,w.ew.s:a.x:z' I C " W ,fsxffw :Ss.wAi3,,J, ll A A i Wvliluh OFFICERS- MEMBERS Big W' Club President PERCY Bonsmn .... BILL Wonmmcnsn ....,,,,..,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,, ,.,., EDGAR L. HIXCIST .,............,,,,.. Secretary-Treasurer Vice-President Harry Schneiderman Dean Anderson Steve Anderson Bill Bates James Beckstad Milton Berenson Percy Bolstad J oe Bowen Claude Brannon Bob Brobst Deane Brodie Bill Broz Bob Buzard .lerry Calhoun Charles Carroll Charles Clarkson Gene Cook Jack Cram Ray Davis Warreim Davis Clarence Dirks Gordon Dodds T . .lohn Flanagan Edgar F riche Vincent Calvin Wilson Caw John Ceehan Art Gourlay Bill Gregor Ernie Critsch Tony Critsch Perry Hack Edgar L. Hagist Alvin Holmes Elmer Huhta Tom Humes Reed Ingham Stan .laloff Paul Jessup Joe Johnson Bert Kauffman Rufus Kiser Wendell LaBrache Winfield Langlie Ellis MacDonald Joe McCann Harold McClary Charles Mclntyre Buzz Meader Willard Nevins George Nickell George Oistad Joel Olmsted Ken Olson Paul Orr Clarence Pautzke Art Peterson Bob Reed Fred Ross Walt Sahli .lack Scanlan Bob Schoettler Darrell Semon Frank Shaw Bill Shelley Bill Snider Monty Snider Roy Squires John Stombough Henry Swanson J oe Swartz Thurle Thornton Rudolph Tollefson Smith Troy Stan Valentine Ronald Wailes Henry Wentworth Clarence Westerwsfeller Leonard Wilcox Bill Wohlmacher lllinor , few 41 fr Club , . . MNQ QZFPL I -Nl Wim 'fix Al , ,,,,, ,wma ff, ,Wfww W . Q, , . .. , -,.-, ff, wk, ,-Y ' . 4 W4 R ,W , wwe 4. ,V "KZ,qv v x . Wert. v 1 f P1124 WY-W, , , ,. WZ, f I 4 If 1 I , 3 ' ' 0' 1 f 'L 5' 4f'iQ,4 X 1 17, M, VV Aiflv . - ' I I ll OFFICERS- MEMBERS LESTER Lsv . Maurice Balc om William Broz ram .lack C Kenneth Corbin Elmer Cutts William Davidson Xelis Godfrey Robert Gourlay yell Staff W W, , Illin , ..,. Presi Thor W. Nat Haynes Albin Holmes Charles Hunter, Jr. Richard Hurrell Rufus Kiser Edward Knipe Lester Lev Hauff or W Club dent ll ARMY SEIJAS Carl Linde Doug McCoy Clayton Nixon Patrick 0'Reilly John Purdick Robert Reed Dale Richenstein Army Seijas li ice - President Richard Shaughnessy James Standard Dean Taylor Burson Thompson Robert Ulrich Dave Walker Fred Westberg Edgar Wh eaton ,Rl I lv X 45. l ,A ?ff1'f9 ez! ,1ff,"a' f- fl, W I4 X. ' I l I 4 1 4, , f 4,4 44 14 l ' 1 , 'f 4 4 ZA ,,.. , A 4' 2,2 6,4 ll I K, ! ,, . .f W ff 4X 1'1" 1 . '4 ,, 4-,f f Qs V 4' "4 7 4' an ii 5 fff, 5' af fi M2421 W ' f ,,f,:,ZQ24 f , , ll MQW4 W' 2- f , - , X, , ,, JY , .,' ,ff S3 15 4 my T1 -:I 5 V I: jjmgyffl-X-gh f ei.. 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Th parture this year has been the progress toward organization among independent women. Heretofore, the Inter-Organ- ization Council has represented only larger independent houses. This year, through its affiliation with Phrateres of University of California in Los Angeles, there has begun a period of expansion which will effect groups both in smaller houses and among town girls. ry, a committee of long standing, also tried out many new measures to reach effectively incoming Freshman women Among its achievements was the registration of all Freshman women dur- ing Freshman Week. Through the upperclass girls on this committee, individuals were reached and helped in their college adjustment. y or accomp- e most noticeable de The Student Adviso More interest in MCozies," uFiresides," and the daily Y. W. C. A. teas has led to better acquaintanceg the Concert Committee has given the cam- pus a most interesting programg and the W. A. A. in its new home has contributed markedly to the interest in the campus life. .. , wr ffmv 'ffm 3, 'gf 745-j.f52f',+:gfQ.2W ami 5-, , fd - 1' fa2g5.W..., 4 i PAGE 1 1 9 l l 1 ? - if jiffifffii 7' f' Aw il.: 4' ' I 1. . ,,-nv - ffzaw 4 0 .1 -i ' , . ,, . , . ? , 'iv' ' .1 i ? Q .- jf- .,- If yy ' " :Z ,ff i . -2 1-- ' :haf f,ff"5 ' f 3 2 . Z5 ' .' ' . f 'Es .", f ff," 'ii - ff M 4 .,.. J N' .f f 'il if ,Q V 4. my ---L 1 . . 1 114 -:V w-v af wi ng :,f,Jw. ff . a s- w f QQ A45 Us f-,xi .-w .VU-f I ' ' , if rrev f lf , , fy! Q ', -, -35, 51 .Z kr, f Q, . J ' -82955525 0, ' A ,.., . 9 " tif V2 J ,Wg2g"4fW4s, .. f A ' 'Z ' VUE 2' Q N' - .M A 1. - 2' ' - 4 , W ' 'I -X wif Yr .1 1-L .K "1.ff"' wi jill iff, -:I 2 i - vjggwggff ,w4Z5!,g V. ,5gyQQl4,A4,lg,W P: .. , f ffky J' - hw : i 525151 5 ffl ' ,fl e 1 , I - 1. 'y 1 ivyv .. H, -,gf-,fr , ,exgyrvsrsw w 3 25. A f ' , 5-re if 5 . fb 4 ef N ,W M A" 1 un ll X executive C0 lil Tnrllork, Emery, Baker, Dfilvhell, Slipper OFFICERSH RUTH TADLQCK ,-,,, ,,.,,...,..,... P resident IRENE BAKER .......... .....,...., ..,., S e cretary MARC,xRET EMERY ,,., A ,,,.,4.,,.,.,A. Vice-President KATHERINE MITCHELL ..... .,.,. T reasurer Lomm SLIPPER ,.....,,,.... ...,.. E xecutive Chairman illl 'sary Conn Stud nt il QQQ f PAGE 180 l 1' 5 E 7 f 4 W wg 5 wife CHAIRMEN- Irene Nicholson ...... BIG SISTER CAPTAINS- Elizabeth Abbott Marion Baker Dorothy Christensen feds ,f A kwyy OW J! iff y M fl 4 Xfkgflizi ...Chairman Rhoda Clark Winona Clyde , A. ,wwf M WWW L Slipper, Conway Betty Berryman 1 Lorna Slipper P ....... ....... A ssistantChzlirm6I1 Alva Conway J Anna Gibbon Nancy Strother Eunice Swenson Ellena Nelson V .1 . 4' 'iff-.l:'zf1i"' 'Q ,Qwy.1V"' U - , . ' - '?i54.n:f,mpS-if ,, ,.:gM,."'rv1fif wmv' '31-:H-..':. 1 ' C ' 9 ' -V f .M ffwfegf fr.:.-e::..:u:":1's ' - ' ' , ag' A- i - , -m,,v4.,:.:'--:S 2524 il . . 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Margaret Fitzgeraldj ' """ ' """" Asslstan t Chalrme l'l Pau L y ytell ......, f ....,, .. 5 . ,...,.... . nic Files Chairman .......Assistant Chairmen .....,.....Files Chairman Lempi Mary Nisula ,.,. Wvolgn 9 f e eration ubllclty Chairman ...,.Assistant Chairman ll ayers QQ , 45, ' .' ll f - , A . ff 4, ,., , A , 74 .ff K 5 501 5? .. f f I 1 5 . . y ff L5 as fa Q A fag, ag K m' f .Av f , N M". W 5 4 . I .. - as .af 6 QL W' 4 f. , 4 M, . . . eg.k :- . A :- gg X Q 'N A . ' b W : My . as 4 91 7 Ya 9? we if W e 22 QW' if Q 1 Ka 1, . N QQ, is 944,49 . zziw ff 2,3 5 2 Q ,Q Q ll? Qils ifzr I gg . , . . . gg 1 y v a ,Q . .,,. 22252569 S12 A Q 4155? 't ta.. i if 1 3555:-v Y 1. 1: f- "A - Z.. i .,, 4 . at V ,, my aye 9' v -f L1 'fy .,- '9-. ,. f. fr N r, , 1. fn' 1, M, . . -:an 4:43 ,.5, .A 7, we K N V I uf .rea r-'tl 2 is-4 ' . ,A ,. ,f age - V3 L try.. M X an ' .Y M, .J ,. 1 .ww M .,....1 c- a 74. mi Wea?- iii Livesley, Russell, Callow OFF ICERS- ETHEL Llvesuzv .... .. ...................,..... President BETTY Rnssrm. ....,........ .. ...... Vice-President KATHRYN CALLOW ,.....,. ........ S ecretary-Treasurer ACTIVE MEMBERS- Inga Anderson Eva Craig Janet Izett Helen Rickel PAGE 1 s 1 Catherine Austin Uwarda Egley Ella Kelly Margaret Smith Helen Louise Benway Margaret Fitzgerald Abigail Patricia Leik Priscilla Storey Mary Bollen Mary Grandjean Marie McElhaney Elizabeth Summers ':' Lois Braden Marjorie Hertsche Coy Niles Jean Summers is Renee Butler Betty Higgins Eleanor Plamondon Evaline Thompson ' Gladys Carlson Katherine Hutchins Betty Pritchard Gladys West Margaret Clyde Ruth Irwin A vi! x nvf 5.51, tx . gif? . ' J .. - -L. V K .zgfffgy u . - - - I --Jil ' .fi , ' ..'F'51"i" QL!! ' . . ,, ,nw K 4 ? ff: - i f c'5Yf. '.-as- ., lx? W? W X if l? M. 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Lesh Ethel Livesley Verna MacDonald Katherine Mitchell Irene Nicholson Marion Pellegrini Alice Riseland Katherine Ross Peggy Schwartz Lorna Slipper Mary Elizabeth Starr Helen Snyder Ruth Tadlock Valgene Tuttle Peggy Waltz 15 SJ QL 77 ,. - A tb .- ffiis A t fs ., ,' f' J ' , 3-,V v f 1 .. 122 V '-. 'ni nf in 5' 5 f gf 2 'M X ' 5,2 ,:,'!zf' Stilndilr 5 Committee .L COMMITTEE MEMBERS Andrew, Brown, Dilling, Fitch, Johnstone Nicholson, Schwartz, Snyder, Tadlock, T orrey, Wallace Helen Snyder ..... ...,.........,......,..............,...,.., C hairman Ruth Tadlock .........,.... President Women's Federation Polly Brown ....... ...,... M ortar Board President Peggy Schwartz .,..............................,...,.,,,.,...,...,,,.,,,, ..................President Inter-O ff rbanization Council Mary Torre y ................,... Y. W. C. A. Representative Helen Andrew .... President Town Girls' Association Florence Johnstone .... .......... P resident Pan-Hellenic Irene Nicholson ...... ....... S tudent Advisory Council Sue Fltch ...................... .....,..... S ecretary A. S. U. W. Helen Mae Dilling Eleanor Wallace gf .,..., ....... S ecretaries H-I GE 1 1 -2 ? if F 'I 3 B15 s ft , 5 e f. , if , 5' '55 ' ifi ffif-vi 55,215 , 415 5.315 ,fr J M, f "' fS,v', M gizl ia 2 ,ff J , ,, .: ' ' igi b f A A I ,wif W ig! f. 6 ,fi v-4? e I ..,,, '4, In .,,4 , '1' ' - , W , frm Z, sy, I I of , Mfg 1' 1 , , 4 ,t I ' V ip f' :- ' 21. WY '-WJ: . .ff Z , Q f' ' w.5f52s ' 1 ..... 74 ,S ,f TEC "ff" 1223 12. 1 ' fi 6' -r 'N " ff ?1!Q,1:2 , , QM., Ye w ' , ig .at 425 L W f Q, l f,f15.:1L 6? ' if 'MFL 1 f ' . ,.. y " ' 1 'gjfffft ff . V W-- Qin fp A ig 2, fill ' ' ' , Wi! , ..,. lib -5 .JQWAZ L 1,534 PAGE 184 - - - l -?i , Q, ri Q - K Q- vs ,, . sm F 4 .v Q, +- ' -.: . w:ffRg1p- V53 ' A ll L" N 2 s f - sf-.Mt f- . L sw :sm W .gsimaagsi A ,s. 49 I I I Q I .W A Xb X Ax, we ma Q, V , , s Yrr s, .,o L ,R 4 , s QL '77 A A oncert Committee COMMITTEE Crothers, Smith, Stinchflhld, Livesley, Ewing, Smith Stewart, Von Alvensleben, Duncan, Higgins, Cross, Mudgett MEMBERS- Muriel Crothers ..... ....................... C hairman Lorna Smith ........ .,..,... A ssistant Chairman Lela Ketchum ,...,...... ........,,.......,.. T reasurer Esther Hall l Elsie Jane Hadley ........... Assistants to Treasurer Margaret Crabtree Margaret Stinchfield ,....Y........,... Ticket Chairman Elliott Morgan ,...,... Chairman of Arrangements Josephine Smith ........ Assistant on Arrangements Eileen Mills ............ Assistant to Ticket Chairman Ethel Livesley .............,,.......... Speakers' Chairman Jane Brehm .... .Assistant to Speakers' Chairman Taina Erving lx . . Josephine Smith 5 """' """"' A dverusmg Marian Elder .......... .......,. C hairman of Radio 5gf3:Jee5hNIiT3g'5S ........ Assistants on Radio Betty Stewart I . . Margaret von Alvenslebenj i"""' """"' P ubhclty Dorothy Scott ,.....,..,............ Assistant on Publicity Marian Duncan .,... ....................,....... P osters Louise Pope ls Dorcas Lesliej " Elizabeth Kelley Kathryn Higgins Marguerite Cross Ellen Mudgett Assistants on Posters ....,............ Faculty , ...... Ushers ...........Artists .......Scrapbook town WET? X . 7f"l,,,.Ax A -A , K ,,4,, . . , girls' ilssociiltion A 4. A If Pritchard, Baker, Saunders OFFICERS HELEN ANDREXV .......... .....,,.,,..,.. P resident MOLLIE PRITCHARD ....... ........ V ice-President HIGH SCHOOL ALUMNAE OFFICERS- Ballard Lia Merritt ............. ...... C hairman Dorothy Hyatum ,.,,.... Secretary Adelle Bass ......... ........... T reasurer Broadway Arlea Fletcher ....... ...... C hairman Louise Bradley ,.... ........ S ecretary Virginia Diem ....... ...... T reasurer Franklin Viola Burmeister ...,,..... Chairman Ellen Clark ............. ..v..... S ecretary Betty Cotton .,,.,.. ........... T reasurer Garfield Marie McDonald ...,.. Chairman Gertrude Pinney ........ Secretary Ruth McKinley .,..... Treasurer MARION BAKER ........ NAN SAUNDERS ........ Lincoln Evelyn Canfield ...... Ruth Joseph ..... Helen Kwapil .,.... Queen Anne Margaret McFarland Pat Donahue ............ Helen McKinstry .... Roosevelt Alice Saunders ........ J une Voss ............. Margaret Sayer ..,..... West Seattle Josephine McCleary Olivia Easter ...,..,..,. Mabel Chesnut ........ Secretary .,.......Treasurer Chairman .Secretary Treasurer Chairman ......... Secretary Treasurer Chairman .Secretary Treasurer Chairman , ......... Secretary Trea surer 52. Q PJ H. mr cn rl' 0 P-3 00 UN , X i- 1 X L tk Q-'s w ' . f. 3 . g c K sv V 4 V ., i ,as sat, 1 x . , V, f M , ' ' f ' ks. ' ' ' , in si, ,,,, M . is LLQLA O occ O Dearing, Church, Evans, Janes, Swenson, Torrey executive Council COUNCIL MEMBERS-e ' Isabelle Dearing ,,.. Margaret Church ,.... .lane Evans ..,.......... DEPARTMENT HEADS- Katherine Ross ........ Laura Grant ........., Catherine Mills ....... Flo Cook ............ CABINET MEMBERS- Membership Helen Meisnest ..... Ellen Rowland ....... Finance Virginia Leedy ....... Winona Clyde .,.... Publicity Janet Lukes ............,.,... Helen Marie Nelson ........ Eleanor Plamondon ..............President Vice-President ...........Secretary ..,......Membership ...,........Publicity ...................,.........Finance ............Campus Service Harriet Baird .,...,.., . ,,,,,, .........Canvass ......,..................,..Canvass Margaret Stinchfield ...,.......,.Canvass ,.........,..,...,,........Canvass Helen Shelton ........,. ........................Portal .......Posters, W Books ..........House Publicity Carol J ones .,.,,,, .4,,,,,,,,,, g ,4,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,---,,-,-,,,, .Treasurer Vesta Swenson ............ Undergraduate Representative Mary Torrey ,,.,..,,..,,,,,,,,,,,,, Ethel Middleton ......,. Mollie Pritchard ........ Gladys McCloud. ..,,.... . Beatrice Bond ..,..........,,,,, Freshman Adviser Margaret McFarland .,........ Ma ry Christina Marrow ,......,................Seaheck Priscilla Baker ....t.... Betty Johnson ............, Sylvia Chapman ...,. Christel Faulkner ...... Alda Martell ..........,. .Standards Representative Religious Education Girls' Work Community Service .Industrial Relations ........,Personnel ........Point System ...............,.Follow-up Special Methods .........Bulletiu Board ...,..................Radio .......,Daily yo occ 0 LLLLL Baird, Bond, Cook, Grant Mrffloud, Micldleion, Mills, Pritchard, Ross purpose O L Q HE Young Women's Christian Association of the University of Washington, a member of the Young Womengs Chris- tian Associations of the United States of America, and a participant in the Worldgs Student Christian F ederation, declares its purpose to he: We, the members of the Young Women's Christian Association of the University of Washington, unite in the desire to realize full and creative life through a growing knowledge of Godg We determine to have a part in making this life possible for all people. In this task, we seek to understand Jesus and follow Him. freshman Commission OFFICERS- MARION B1-:RTRAM .. MILDRED BACKEBERG SALLY SUE ALLEN Ames, Allen Aunmzy AMES . .i.......... ....... . ...............President Vice-President ..........Secretary ...,.,...,Treasurer SS C5 U1 v-I co xl l Li 3 f PAGE 1 8 3 - l T ? , , ?W3?a6 tfi ' 3- .. Q t' I . s N, A Y .. ,x . , W . ,V p aw, -' X -few X A . JN f Iv Mlm- sack Q 1 Q L Q , l Womerfs Intramural Trophy l l l NEW trophy for Women's Sports was pre- sented by Mrs. Manch Garhart to the Women's Athletic Association dur- ing the fall quarter of this year, as an award in Intramural competition. I ' l innovation in the Competitive Intramural sports are a re atlve y new women's athletic program. The activities now included are swimming, baseball, basketball, horseshoes, tennis and golf. Plans are being made to extend the scope of intramurals, however, as soon as the d emand war- I'2lI1tS. The cup is to be awarded at the spring banquet of the W. A. A. each year, to the house which has earned the greatest number of points 1n Intramural sports during the entire year. The award will consist of having the name of the victorious group engraved on the cup. Any organized group of girls on the campus is eligible to compete in the contest. Points will be awarded in each sport, one hundred points for championship, seventy-five points for second place, fifty points for third place and twenty points if all participation rules are kept and the group does not place. The Intramural program is presided over by a specially appointed Intramural manager, the faculty adviser and a committee bers. This committee will settle any questions that may arise concerning the program or the awarding of the cup. Miss Margaret Duncan is faculty of seven mem- adviser this year. The trophy is a valuable addition to the athletic department adding a new incentive to Intramural competition. 1170lIl0Il9S lntriunuril ixlthletic troph -1--M "VQ A X. 1 ,hwx ilthl ti onference of ilmerican College WY lllllell Clark, Duncan., Harris, Johnson Kirschner, Magoon, Schm'd z L, Tennant, Wentworth l 0 -L HE Seventh Western Sectional Athletic Conf ence of American College Women was held at th ' ington during the week of A ' annu 11 er- e Unlv ' prll 13 a y, the ' ersity of Wash- , this year. This conference is held national conference being held every third year. In 1928 the Western Division delegates met in Tucson, Arizona. The last national conference was held in Ithaca, New York in 1927. The honor of being hostesses to the conference fell to the University of Washington this year. Over twenty-eight college and university delegates attended the ses- sion. States represented were Montana, Idaho, Oregon, California, Arizo- na, Utah, Wyoming, Colorado, New Mexico, Nevada and Washington. Problems of Intramural sports, play days, interclass sports and social activities of the Women's Athletic Association were discussed at the con- ference. Reports were given on successful point systems and suggestions were made as to W. A. awards. The program arranged for the entertainment of visiting delegates included dinner at the Via. Fontana, luncheon at the Inglewood Golf and Country Club, Pan-Hellenic dinner, and a formal banquet at the Wil- sonian. Tours of the city, boat trips around the lakes and locks were arranged to entertain the ' ' through the visitors. . ,NA . ff X 7 .Q X 1 - 'Gifs 3.5 ,gil , .WwM.f'WWTX ,,ia , " 23? 011' ,ww W ,ww m J . .-.nfl -J' .Y . .. .N- .. M L.-I - ' , . -4 f . '-aa . , -' , A ,, -.,. , 4,...: .1 , - -4 1 W, , ' Z5 yr 1 9 v ,..,., 1-. if Ce- ff gf lf. 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Its objective is to foster true sportsman- ship, further interest in athletics and en- courage a feeling of good fellowship. 9 1 X N fs ,,3g,fmi. 3, t rvx 4' 4 ., ffm, y 'Z e - 41 fab 4 y ,ml ,gi JM J 5 M Q W. 124 , 'Rf -J ,fb We JM.. Y , .LLL Pellegrini, Kenyon, Robinson, Slxanstrom, Jorgensen, Cross HELEN SHANSTROM Treasurer BETTY JORGENSEN Historian MARY E. Gaoss Faculty Adv1ser OFFICERS- MARION PELLEGRINI ,..... ,..,,,,,,,,,,,. P resident MARGARET KENYON ........ .L ....... Vice-President DOROTHY ROBINSON ,..,. ................ S ecrerary EXECUTIVE BOARD- Mary Agatha Dwyer ...... ....,.. P ublicity Luell Weed ............,....., ............ B anquet Lola Babcock ...... Marian Clark ........ Dulcie Angus ..... Florence Tennant Ruth Anderson .. Hazel Gillespie ...... Gladys Stevens ,...... Florence Shearer Bernice Johnston Ruth Hubbard ,.... Phyllis Ludy ............ ..,.,. Dorothy Findlay Beaulah Clark ....,.. . Kathryn Higgins High School ,.,,.,,,.,...Editor ...........Hockey Basketball Dance Drama ......Volleyball .........Baseball ..,..,,,.Tennis .......Archery ............Riflery .Horseshoes .,,......Riding ............Hiking ......Swimming Lenore Smith ........, ,i.President Women's W Club Gussie Kirshner ,,,,,,......,................................., Social Virginia Parrish ........ .,........,......... G olf Badminton Ruth Stwalley ......,, ,...... 5L.r.a,,..t.t --ri in W-f, ,.,,-,. .fmgk f port tru tors 5 , 1, 1: ,,, ,. QW' , vm? 22140 5.2 f iff ' ff-11 1 j. X V' KW- .,,.,1: . V SZ! Z. .15 f , , I f 2 , f 927 525 , ,ff f W , , I I ,,..,,: ff!! nf, g' ,wcaf 1 f 1 qi' gli! f 1 , , 5 33 file .kv ,, H+ ml f ,, , , Qwjvm, .f.f f i fl of , and ild DcVrif:s, Cundilf, Duncan, Glover, Cross, Helmich FACULTY- Mary E. Gross . ..........Director Basketball Badminton Golf Helmich ,,,, . Hlkmg Hockey Tennis Riflery Horseshoes Leone Clogging Marion M. Martin ,..... . Riding Canoeing Velda P. Clmdiff 5 Baseball l Volleyball Mary Aid De Vries ..... ...... ..... 5 D ance Dram a l Archery flntramural Basketball Margaret M. Duncan ..... 4 Soccer L Intramural Swimming Harriet F. Glover .... ..,., S wimming 'William Jefferson ...A .....v.v G Olf A. C. Rickey ...............Y........... .. R' Lieut. Ch ' ' ' lding rlstlan Hildebrand .......Riflery SETS PAGE 19 1 ? W- y f 51,3 , . , 4 123 If U . wi J S? f ni, 'i If V 4 y ,Wg , , 7 fu ' :f22ff,ff W5 2 5, 1, 4 5 ii. P' ,Nga-, f YJ l, .1Me:w -V' 'li fi J ,fy ,ff f-,, W- , 2 , A 2 ,7 ,, 0, 5 f f t V, ,K W, ,M ,, 540 if ff' ' ' 11 WW" " 'Wa ' gg M ggwy f, , af' 1. 2 flf: -9 V A ? it ' ,tw 4 fu' .if f V A Q , , f f,, V .uv ' , 521.5 W' if 95 zia S 2 if ' ' A. 5 f, 1 f-f L13 ff, 552222 xi' fi 2? 4 ,'1fi.'7V 'V' ,. S4 ' ' 55? -Q ,g i rg, I M4 ., 1 f , UW H., P ' fri f f? ' ., , V4 1' N. 4- f E1 2 I N -5 ,ff Y ,, ,. ' J 34,4 ,, by V s, ,, .. z, W - ' V z . fwfy' dl v 5, Zia ey of , 4 6 -,f' ' if 2 ' Z i t ft-17, iff ' 695-w xiii 5 9,1 . V 'if 2, rf. M 3 24 f ..v 2- , A . M 4' 5 'H , 1.5 'T 2? M ff : W Qi? ily I , f :aff MN I A club organized at the University of Washington in 1920, the membership of which is open to all women who have earned their W sweaters. The organiza- tion symbolizes exceptional ability in sports and a true sense of good sports- manship. HONORARY MEMBER- Mary E. Gross FACULTY MEMBERS- Velda Cundiff ACTIVE MEMBERS- Dulcie Angus Lola Babcock Charlotte Bergstrom Margaret Church Betty Drake Dorothy Findlay Kathryn Higgins Louise Hogart Emily Johnson PAGE 1 92 - - - - il ? KA? iaiwwefh f X 0 ,gt , rx t Ba M i. ' 5 , swarm E ' ' Q M. L 5 ,I 5- 5. Mrs ,, ,..f'.,f.f QQWJZA W 4' ' A 1170llll.!ll9S A A A WV Club Women's W Club OFFICERS- LENORE SMITH ...........,.,,....,,.,,.,,,...,,,.,..,.,i,, Gussnz Kmsx-INEH ..,., Margaret Duncan Bernice Johnston Betty Jones Betty Jorgensen Margaret Kenyon Gussie Kirshner Helen Klock Gladys Leak Alice Lopp .lohannette Maas President MURIEL STRADLEY ........ ........ V ice-President Secretary-Treasurer Leone Helmich Verna MacDonald Hortense Miller Ruth Norris Marion Pellegrini Elizabeth Rathbun Marjorie Rahel Marjorie Ratray Dorothy Robinson Peggy Schwartz Nena Lund Florence Shearer Lenore Smith Helen Snyder Muriel Stradley Ruth Stwalley Rosamond Wentw Alyce Wester Helen Williams Irma Zintheo orth W" kr., is ,, :':i:,.,-A ,W VW 'acer vrurggzx, ,' Nw i' ' ,2 f ' 43. , 4.4, li T7 vv0lll0Il9S Sports A A , Coeds playing an Intramural hockey game hockey l Q L IELD hockey is one of the most popular sports played by women at the University of Washington as is shown by the large enrollment in classes and the great numbers turning out for class teams. The game is played outdoors in all kinds of weather. It is one of the fastest moving sports and is attractive to both the player and the spec- tator. To be a successful and skillful player one must learn to handle a hockey stick, cooperate with the team and to move quickly around the field. Until this year all hockey games have been played on the little field below Chimes Tower. This fall when old Denny Field became the wom- en's athletic field, a new hockey court of regulation size was made. This made the game much more interesting as the players now cover more territory than on a smaller field. A great number of girls turned out for class teams this fall, and four first teams and three second squads were chosen. The schedule for the interclass games was arranged by Dulcie Angus, W. A. A. general man- ager, and even after the snow began to fall the hockey games continued. A large group of rooters watched the contest in which the Juniors were declared champions and the Sophomores were given second place. Miss Leone Helmich is the coach of hockey teams. Washington's Women's Athletic Association is a member of the United States Field Hockey Association, but does not compete in intercollegiate games. L L 2 cs I m H C U3 -141 k .el 2 W. t , 62,122 PAGE 1 94 - - 2 ? QL 77 A A A vV0lIl0ll9S Sports A practice basketball game basketball L L L S in every school, basketball ranks high in popularity among University of Washington women. Class teams are organized each year to compete in the tournament for the championship. The Freshmen took the honors last year when they defeated the Juniors in the final game of the season. In order to turn out for class teams students must be registered in a basketball class or have turned out a sufficient number of times for the sport sections which meet twice a week at four o'clock. The sport sections are new experiments this year, and that there is a great deal of interest in them is shown by the number of women attending. volleyball l l 1 OLLEYBALL, previously a winter sport, has been changed and now takes place during the autumn quarter. Since the completion of the new gymnasium, a great deal of floor space and facil- ities for playing the game have been installed which add greatly to the interest being taken in the sport. Also the new way of playing the game- which has been adopted-has proved very popular. Miss Velda Cundiff coached the teams, and Miss Hazel Gillespie, general manager, arranged the matches. The Seniors won this year's championship. Ax... Wk. , Mfmfmttt 'fff W .M rx ,N 4 ll 77 Wom 95 S ,.a,3:,-,- H L um ports L Fas! action on lhe diamond lil ils ENN ' sity co ' L ehall Y Field, the sc ntests, 1S now the th ' ene of many old U grounds where th e1r contests. Th niver- e women, ere are l with ' s baseball p enty of ' ' fine b ' teams play exciting moments ' atting and plent f in this co d y 0 home La ' e s' sport, runs. st spring, after a series of exciting games, the Juniors winning the championship from the F pitcher, Wa ' succeeded in reshmen. Flore s responsible for th' nee Shear 1rty-ei h ' Th er, .lunio g t strike-o ' e game is uts during the season. played with regulation hard balls and bats. The catchers Wear complete outfits of chest protectors, shin guards and face guard, for which they have more than once found use. Over two hundred i l T g r s turned out in both classes and sport sections. he baseball tournament being made up of teams from each class, com- peting for the championship. There is a great deal of spirit and interest displayed in this sport and many onlookers enjoyed the games. Miss Velda Cundiff is in charge of this sport and Gladys Stevens served as general manager. The new equipment and the larger field has added to the interest in this sport and a record enrollment was expected this spring. . 1, V ' " f V , M . W .A t W'--M , swf ,ze 2 Sig ' J h,,ff'5g f 1' L ,J PAGE Jilin W.- 195 - i i ?.-1 i EF v ..ff.yf"'Zi Y ' ' e 'Y it ? 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Tryouts for class teams are held in the spring and matches are arranged by Kathryn Higgins, general manager. In order to be eligible for a swim- ming team, girls must practice once a week at special dip hour and be enrolled in a swimming class. Besides beginning, intermediate, and advanced swimming, classes are held in diving and all forms of life-saving and rescue work. adnlinton L L L ENNIS? No! It's the new Canadian game, Bad- minton, that has lately been introduced into the Women's Athletic Asso- ciationis program. The game is based on tennis, requiring all its speed and accuracy in placement. However, it may be played on an indoor court without loss of speed, which is an advantage in Northwest climate. The purpose of the game is to keep the shuttle in the air by the use of a small, light racquet. Games have been played with girls from Vancouver, B. C., and with the Seattle Badminton Club. A University Badminton Club was organ- ized this fall to further interest in the sport. Miss Leone Helmich is in charge of the sport. , . I I ,ZW A ,y.24ggqL3f,.4.AMV,f , , ., Q25 ...ful , I ff' I Zia, X QL T7 1170111151195 Sports .. A A Canoeing-on Luke Wushingmn Canoeing l l 0 PLEASANTER sport than paddling along the shores of Lake Washington on a bright spring morning would be hard to find, and the popularity of this course is evidenced by the large num- bers of coeds who try to enter this class. To indulge in this sport, students must first pass a 400-yard swimming test. Miss Marion M. Martin is the instructor in the course. The class meets at the canoe house twice a Week and short trips are made to points around the lake. A banner is offered to the best class team each year. The Juniors suc- ceeded in taking the honors last spring. I Silllliel' L 4 Q HE season of 1928 saw the addition of soccer to Womenis Athletic curriculum. Making its initial appearance on the cam- pus, it proved a popular sport. It is a game which almost eliminates the use of hands during play, yet by means of other parts of the body accuracy is still attained. Speed and control are no small part of the technique of soccerg and the game is characterized by spirited action. It appeals to those who enjoy outdoor activities because of its cooperative team playing. Miss Margaret Duncan coached the sport. PAGE 197 Q 1 -an 'i' ? vi , 4 gw5f,s,,.sX.,X , . Y -,xx ixmf y, f ., ,- tr f,..,.A,.,. .., , N ., , Q p d , , F sf,a:r.sf,1sf - 3 i l 7 . - , as-V""' 1 T, a-'W QQ TT A - A Wvoln 1195 Sports The archery class takes aim N p ilrc ery 4- l L HE sport gaining most rapidly in popularity each year is archery. However, due to the high cost of equipment, classes have had to be limited to sixty students. The sport is conducted by Mary Aid De Vries, and is held on the Chimes Field. In each class, individual scores are recorded every day, and at the end of the quarter the nine students having the highest scores are placed on the first team. The Sophomore class won honors last year and Helen Snyder was high point winner. Bernice Johnston was manager. orse-shoes 0 L -L ORSESHOES is no longer a ubarnyardl' pas- time but has become a keenly competitive sport among women's organ- ized houses. A tournament is first held between the members of each il house to determine the representatives of their group in the intramural tournament. W The prize, a loving cup, presented in 1924 by Piper and Taft, was 'Eg won last year by Lewis Hall when their representatives, Ruby Morehead -1.1 g' and Hazel Gillespie out-threw Florence Tennant and Louise Schmidt, Kappa Kappa Gamma tossers. Fifteen houses entered teams under the managership of Phyllis Ludy. t , 722' -.:f' ix2ci.. if 1. . , ....., L' ,.' 7 .,:- - ' , 11' ,I , , A -,-. ,N ' ' g -3, ,,-4 '::, lii' .fry 4-ff - - A nka! 4, A 'f'-4?-wwr,,zr, x.:.., , -V '- -' f f f t a r mac - - - V- .u f ,. A Y ww.. M ,, ., ' 'WRX M M "', .4-H"""""r gm , W l,? 'Wm 'mn W 3 X MW 7 t f is it l I p shi 5 .' ,'rf 1 .ryj , , 'j' f Q L v v Wom IISS Sports L L Q L l'Vomen's Rifle Team lfifl Q L Q Q Q ery I IFLERY is th ' ried on b e only lntercollegiate s y women at the Universit ' arran d ' port car- y of Washin t ge with Geo g on. Yearly m rge Washin to ' ' gini ' ' atches are g n UHIVCISII U a, Unlverslt f y, niversit f y o Delaware U ' ' U . . y 0 West Vir- , nlverslty of nlverslty. Maryland and Drex Th e members f el o the team h' B . t 1S year are' Claire B rowne, Alice Charland B . ogle, Florinda , eaulah Clark, Josephine D b Dorothy Findlay, Elizab h u ey, Helen D et Gorham A ' Dona M R unn, , nna Glbbo c oberts Ge l n, Elizabeth K , ra dine Mea h ' Sell etcham, g er, Elleen Mill man, Dorthea S s, Helen M ' . wan, Alyce W B . encle, Elsie ester and D rowne IS the orothy Wr' h manager. lg t. Florinda Clogglng Q. .L L- RUSH, tap, step. "That's the Way you do it," claim the girls that are registered in clogging classes conducted by Marion M. Martin. Rhythm, muscular control and facial expressions are the prime objects in the course. Feature dances, mimicking negro mammies and country hicks, help to develop these abilities. A Clogging Club was organized during the winter quarter of 1928 to provide the girls with exceptional ability in clog danci to take further work th ' ng an opportunity an IS offered in the Unive ' PACE 1 9 9 - - - 1 'E Y rslty courses. 1 K W A - M 1 V , ' -?Y ,f, as ' Sdn: . r'nl is ltrl f t 1 z a f .4 f 5 ai ,f ,. -- X . f .43 , f ,f ,QM ,Y Q , . i 'T - , y, fn, Q 42227 , in ,n,a,, 1 t? ' .M '44-W , 5 e5fff3'552 W 'W g sri. Q! 2' ' 4 fix, ,Q A, -,. A ,fx xx f lyrr V .,,, ,1 , ,f f fviffw ' -' t 5 , me . ,ff ,- ,, ,z c"' W A ,if r ' 52.5, cl ' ' 6 , Q. , , Aww' - 1.952 f VL f", YEHWVX 1 W, ,, wfff' 1 1,,:' f , mggx, l , it an A W ,gg l 7, A pil ,4 .3 a f 'ary 7 ,n W yy Weil t . 51, 1 52 232 25 1 ' , M- -5 fwfr ii i ! Eff ,Q yea? , Wt: 2'- Y ll: 49, .yi . 4 ,"Lf W M W, . A I : Z4 'gig' Zz 2 f ., f 22252 Ps - 1 .jg 'W .,. s tt, 2 , af, J 5 2 . "I 1 if ,, , I, 'En gng , 2 5 ,1- ,,. f - H r - 1 5. .,... f LEE, V 5 .. ,, 0 0 . x J 'e 1 N if' A 17 1 ., ,. '- ' . I, 1" fja ' . l Z S Q u .fr , at 'xx X s .,.sw 1---aQ,jfz,,N M y ,.,3g5h53g5,f,,sa1a:zsf5'aY6riq'w PACE' 2 0 0 1 - - i SGW' A " K 'QU ' w w - 3. ,V , ,... KW' ll 77 A A A vv0lIl0ll9S Sports Wamen's Alhlelic Association Play Day L 9 L IGH school girls from all schools in the western part of the state are guests of the Women's Athletic Association once each year. The first play day, all girls from schools within a radius of one hundred miles are invited and the second day just girls from Seattle schools are guests. are demonstrated by Univer- Exhibitions of correct methods of play sity women and a pennant is awarded to the high school placing first in the posture parade. Mixers are held to enable the girls to become better acquainted. ield Week Q L Q S a culmination of spring activities comes field week, a time set aside for the final rounds in all competitive sports. The program for the week consists of golf, the horseshoe tournament, clogging and tumbling exhibitions, the tennis singles and doubles finals, the baseball championship game, an archery contest and finally the Women's Athletic Associati0n's spring banquet. ' d Miss Mar E Gross Miss Mary Dunn War , Dean Winifred Haggett, y . , . . d Margaret E. Crawford, and Miss Mary Bash were honorable ju ges. ex . s.. N, . . Q'-k1,1','g1J f ?..1. vii' " if . 1,--.w ' . 4 XP 2 . , ,J-w--..-..:.,,w.,,,ow K , , ,tw A 1' - +L , f ., Www M, - . 1 ,... ,.,-.wa X H 4 Arif' ' QV" , :X-V . L11?',?'l,,3fl5 '-"-'P Mile W M H 0 Wonl 95 Sport ll 2.-Jin: . 'sp.- . -,' - - ...-, ... , ,.. 41-'-"M A ' '- ..., - . 1' .f-.5-ng-.0 -- -f9"'-ffm - ' - ...IA ,L ... V On u brirlle path Ihrnugh lhe woods Q. --1.1. f AAA ' lll ALKING, trotting, even galloping horses instill no fear in the hearts of the University of Washington coeds who are registered in riding classes. Riding is offered all three quarters, classes being held in the indoor riding ring during rainy weather. The tryouts, called Jynkanas, are held every quarter to determine which girls are the most skilled in horseback riding. Both beginning and advanced students enter in this competition. The instructions are given by A. C. Rickey at the Riding Academy. lfill' ikin Q Q L IVE miles each week, ten miles twice a quarter, are considered mere jaunts by University coeds who are participating in W. A. A. general hiking. . This sport is becomin g more po l ' shows a la pu ar each year and every quarter rger enrollment. The weather neve snow or rain the h'k r stops these hikers, let it 1 es go on. Sometimes they are climaxed by a weiner roast or a pot luck supper. One hundred ' points are awarded e part. very quarter to all girls taking AE-xv T t - sf2?y 'f "' ' rsviiify . m,V14.n - ' 4 , . S1111 ' ' A.,1.g' A A WU, ,, L Affiiw, " ' 4 .' '-1' 1 .i -S-gi quiz: . i '72 ,.s. ,N-. ,W -33 . fl-. 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Dulcie Angus and Clara Kelly won the doubles tournament from Verna MacDonald and Hazel Gillespie. 20lf L Q L VEN though you are not the best player in the University, there is hope of victory ahead of every coed who partici- pates in the Handicap Golf Tournament. This is the second year for this new type of competition and is marked by the interest and spirit shown hy all girls entering. The award, a silver loving cup, was won last year hy Margaret Lynch, when she defeated Katherine Henderson in the final round. ii, ,W . ii ,aft Wag ,, 2 Y ,, - . 2. ,,..,'H A ' ,' ,. I 1 . 1 ,.,, ya," - 'mx ,, f ' ' t , f I T 2 iii? 5 3 gff, vrii A . 1,3 , M ,,,.,,., ', , , V . L .. ,, .. t,,:..:,4A mm aaegweaaa Z 2 fi LWEQWQZ ia .5 if-1 'L Wifi' "" sg:-ESQ' ji 'w.,gw.,. ,, ,Q 2259 25? C4 ?i1i1ff5 g233fiMa,wffC,, tv? Z 52355 A2555 K P me ' ' f, ilziaqfv, UF 'Q,vf,.1,,,l., , , W 2, ?E12'Vf:fs7,' 1,4 ,f 4 Q X V' am. F? ti. sr:g".2fz:,:f Q ' iii? Iililiiiif-1-4" 'J i "H ' 4 Scene from "The Loves of Aethelwoldf' Ll L FANTASTIC tragedy in three acts, set in a medieval court, was G6The Loves of Aethelwold,'7 the Dance Drama pre- sented on the evening of March 2, 1928, at Meany Hall by students of Mary L. Aid De Vries. The presentation was an adaptation of Edna St. Vincent Millay and Deems Taylor's American opera, H Henchmanf' The King7s CAST-"THE LOVES OF AETHEWOLDU King Aedgar ,,.,,,,......... , ,..,.. Margaret Wentworth Lord Aethelwold ..A.,... .................A.i R lllh Potter Maccus ,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,, ..,...... R uth Newman Aelfrida ,,,,,, ,.....,.. B etty Rathbun Age ,,,,,-,,,,,,,A, .A.,,,,,,,,r,,,,,,.,,.,,. ,,.....,..,... G u ssie Kirshner Lords-Helen Klock, Gladys Leak, Verna MacDon- ald, Frances McMasters, Clydene Morris, Mary Schoppe, Peggy Schwartz, Bernice Johnston. 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The play selected for presentation during the autumn quarter was Robert E. SherWood's subtle travestry on Queen Marie of Rumania, MThe Queenas Husband," which proved popular with the student body. Under the direction of Fred C. Blanchard, the Freshman Stock Com- pany was reorganized into the Junior Stock Company, and, from time to time, gave programs of original plays in the Crowis Nest. The Junior Girls' Vodvil returned to tl1e campus this year after being merged last year with Bigtime. Outstanding among the dramatic events of the year was the organiza- tion of groups for -reading Shakespeare, Chaucer and mode the standpoint of standard speech. rn poetry from PA GE 223 .. Q "' 'N R, sl, Q X 4 j . - ' sm, 3 . . A f f . , , Q . 'P- X . .t ' ' ------ qaasgft-.,--a.' g , . . r f' 3 2- 7 Qf ffrflggizfiw' V ' . .. ,. 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JA PAGE 2 2 4 l l l 1? ? , fx , . 75, is D X f-- was-.Mgsi 15' .Missa , X ",,.t5zf?4,'X4,..1f..i,s.i,UML 1 . Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Violet Megrew, chairman Y Q L Q L UNIOR Girls' Vodvil, traditional spring show, came into its own again after being combined last year with Bigtime. H Inaugurating a new type of program, this year's J. G. V., under the chairmanship of Violet Megrew, departed from the usual vaudeville show, and presented the type of revue which has proved so popular at Seattle theaters. '- The program opened with an ensemble act, including jazz orchestra numbers, singing, classical dancing, and character tap dancing. A study in black and white, billed as a usilent dialogue," followed, presented by Harold Lancour and Bill Hoelscher. A singing and dancing act, featuring popular selections from a'Whoopee!" followed, and Howard Kambestad gave a comic Swedish monologue. ' ' ' ' Thirty-six girls in boy-and-girl costumes presented a, group of Waltz- clog dances, and Ellsworth Lumley gave a clever chalk-talk which was well received. Two collitch kids with a ukulele and something in the way of voices was the way Harold Daggett and Morris Weatherford billed their act. Snappy tumbling was presented by Ken McCoy and Randolph Green. The long and short of it, comic dialogue and a burlesque of a tumbling act, was presented by .lim Donahue and Joe Sheldon, and the Town Girls' chorus presented several dancing numbers. An air of mystery was lent to the production by a clever magic act presented by Welly Shibata and Hito Okada, and Glenn Peterson was featured in a Pirate dance. Reformers who teach how to be bad, and a girls' quartet were featured in a skit, uThe Charm School," and Norval Rader and Kay Neumann pre- sented songs and dialogue, accompanied by Einar Moen. i 'unior 2irls9 vodvll If.,-.smwggwk , , V, K H aff V X Ms, . r- , . m.sls1a,2ra:" , , - 2 'mf gA,,,navt!f....Si7F52ft4Twf:','I,T,b,av:g', 5' W ,J Rg,..'?,fy4h3A, ' -lima, ass, , U? . ,W . 4 t, iv X ff ,N as .,a4fff.ss1,.amg. " ,Mafia :af-,-sw ,, ,wr - ' r ,ff ,r.,,,.,,' -ag-wr Fame.. V 'l 9 E Q p Bayles, Weslmore, Prasrh, Lnnrour LLL Q ire on Queen Marie of Rumania, '6The Queen's Husband," was selected as the fall quarter all-Univer 't l ' S1 y p ay, and produced 1n Meany Hall, November 21 and 22. OBERT SHERWOOD'S sat' The play is a character study of Queen Martha of a mythical Balkan k' d y, but her husband and dau 'ht ing om who ruled not only her countr g er as well. The queen arranges a marriage for Princess Anna with a foolish and foppish prince of a neighboring kingdom for reasons of state. The prin- cess, in the meantime, has fallen in love with the king's secretary, but in spite of the fact that the king sides 'with the princess, plans are made for the wedding with the prince. Duri g' tours of America, socialists start a revolution, and it is only through the intervention and promises f h o t evking that the outbreak is quelled. The queen returns in haste g. ive minutes before the procession leaves the palace for the church, the king helps the princess and her lover to escape to America. Edith Bayles was ideally cast as Queen Martha. She made the selfish, conceited woman appear ridiculous to the audience, yet she always ap- peared to take herself seriously. Hal Westmore gave a restrained and charming performance as the king. Although he had only a small part, Lawrence Qlwell was outstanding as the foppish prince, William of Greek. 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Much of the charm of the production lay in the staging and lighting effects, which were handled by John A. Conway, of the Dramatic Art department. The sets were imaginative rather than realistic, making use of drapes, color and bizarre lighting. Well-worked-out dances and music from Mendelssohn's opera based on the play, added to the enjoyment of the production. Kane's personality dominated the entire performance. He himself took the part of Bottom, the weaver, giving a spontaneous and enthusi- astic performance. Frances Allen and Walter Coy, as Helena and Demetrius, were, next to Kane, probably the outstanding personalities of the production. Miss Allen was particularly effective, extracting every possible laugh from her humorous lines. As Titania, Mary Griffith reached surprising emotional heights, and Barbara Williams was ideally cast as the agile Puck. In fact, all of the parts were capably and excellently handled. rex v,,,,,,,.f4a.,.2f!SHs..?3wi.Qf,,hQX2 2 V , M, New ' ' N 245, , yum .. N H. 'X F f V ,7 'W , Lf-any , v, .wwf . v-0aet57fM,77 wr , , waffle: ff Q'W'Q2:wf:-3 1-.. N- f 4 V ,W .N 1 ' 144. W3f3Z,sL nf 5.1.6-414s X W c... WWW "" M Q 27 4,..5z,a.: ff - awww X ,, M f 1 ' f 'nf . hs. ff ef,4'fPq3i149l?35?f ,, '4 sa.. , - 742 we-'fafcaz-'f wmsyy U, if t 4 Q., f A. f , f rlstriln and seult J f Q LQQ The deallx of Trislran l l l HE immortal love of Tristran and Is ul the theme of this year's dance dram ' Mrs. Mar A' ' li e tformed a, presented M y 1dDeVr1es T arch 1, by pupils . he story of the prod ' old Arthurian legend 0 uction foll , and was d ' tation. owed clos l a mlrabl ' f e y t e y su1ted to h pantomomic interpre The story centered about Tristran, the knight of the Round Table, who was sent to bring Iseult to Cornwall to become the bride of his uncle, King Mark. During their voyage, Tristran and Iseult drink of a love potion which Iseult planned to give to her husband, and fall in love with each other. The king discovers the state of affairs, banishes Tristran and sentences Iseult to be burned at the stake. .lust as she is about to be flung to the flames, Tristran rescues her, and they escape to the forest, where they live with an old hermit. Through the influence of the hermit, Iseult is persuaded to return to her husband, and Tristran returns to his own country. The last act depicts the death of the lovers. Tristran, sick unto d sends for Iseult to come to him, with the not return, the sail eath, understanding that if she does s of the ship will be black. Tristran sends a servant to find out the color of the sails, and when he hears they are black, he dies of a broken heart. Iseult enters just as he expires and dies with him. Rosamand Wentworth and Ruth Anderson were graceful and con- vincing in the roles of Tristran and Iseult, the two lovers. They were supported by a competent chorus of peasants, sailors, and members of the kingos court. MXN. .ly- fr 'TFL 2 ' ,. ,-'Cf' ' . fn Ayr. ... ' '4- .L . eff' " ' " k"5'?" ' ,,'--cw. 11, Y ,A, W Af , "- V PACE 227 H - i 1 2 ng?-A.. ,vt I ' Nw. , f MW. , ff, We Xfffy . ' t .... it A . . ,I ' J fa' V5 ' . -' ' f f. MW V . - f . .. ,Q . ,J x I n. .,. l ' fif ' A' W , I f, ,, ' fy . 2 64 32. N 9 vw' aw f' ., l .W vw , . 1 r ., .J v ,f.' fe , .fa 'gf . , few . 4. Q... ww , f ,W - A., . ','ff"7f ' xt if .zfff rl -V f.CV gj'Z5ti,LZxf N, ' f f 4 ,f W, ,fa -N .6 .',,w.,1:. pg: weyga f ff Wm 3:55. ,,, af .- N 7' "" - 1 92907 wg .4-V431 if .,-vi., I'. M . gr, - "' 521 .ai - v if Pwfrw . Wjfdf- PAGE 228 i g - - 2? ? A , . W . M-A 1 M t, '- N S, . , W, ,xv . ., - ff " rf' a+- V ,...et-fs. ,W W- Q Q L Q Q Q Edward Wagenknecht L L L SERIES of unusual and interesting mat- inees were presented at the Egyptian Theatre this year, under the aus- pices of Edward Wagenknecht of the English department, in the interest of the publication of the University Chap Books. The Inferno, the Italian cinema fantasy which was adopted from Dante's famous classic of literature, was one of the most outstanding in the series. Siegfried, and its sequel, Kriemhildis Revenge, an ancient Teuton legend, Faust, the most imaginative of all German films, and The En- chanted Cottage, an American film, were also shown. I One of the most outstanding British films, Nell Gwyn, was presented, that told a story which has a definite place in English history. junior stock O L L ROADENING its scope as a training ground for future participants in all-University plays, the Freshman Stock Com- pany changed its name the first of the year to the Junior Stock Company, and enlarged its membership to make anyone enrolled in the University and interested in dramatics eligible. Membership was decided by try-outs. Some of the most successful presentations included uf-lay Girlw by Ruth Hubley, uDouble Solitaire" by J. B. McLean, MBefore Dinner" by Dorothy Dodds, and uThe Club and the Musei' by Mark Klioran. The latter was a realistic and firm character study, carrying with it much of the tradition and technique of the Russian theater. 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Edna Mahon, instructor in voice, sang a soprano solo, ultalian Street Song," as a part of the HVenetian Serenade" number. The 21 club mem- bers acted as the chorus of serenaders. The Varsity quartet, composed of Fra k H n ayes, first tenor, Warren Slemmons, second tenor, Frank K ernohan, baritone, and Walter Huf- fine, bass, were featured in uvocal Meanderin s." 5 Cha l r es W. Lawrence, director, produced some finished chorus work and John A. Conway as stage director was responsible for some stage set- tings and lighting effects. Lyle McMullen was accompanist. The Spring home concert of the Glee Club, given April 25, was an all-negro program. Three types of American negro music were featured: jazz, the minstrel show, and the old plantation music. fr. - --.a4A,.. "Ia x ' "' 'affaffm W ., ,, ,A .ff yn. wh:-xg., , W .1,,. '- J ff fm ' ' ' axis- its it I: T 'gif SY 0 U1 N N wo i E 'EJ F . 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' ?- .1 l ltfk frt' ' M1235 i , ' ' A l Q,ft4ig j , f A thins. , . J gi..-Y ,P 3 up '1 . Jffsug ' ' 'VM is in fafzewii PAGE 230 i -2' 2 'F Q Q x p 1 lllill Winter Concert Q. Q Q Q ' Hayes, Cook, Lawrence L L Q OMBINING the features of romantic poetry with those of classical music, uThe Highwaymanf' a dramatic cantata, was presented December 12 at Meany Hall by the Music department, as their mid-winter concert. The story of the cantata, done in tragic ballad, is that of a robber who loved a landlord's daughter. One day the robber comes to visit her. As he is leaving, he tells her he will be back later. He is overheard, and it is reported to the English redcoats that he will be there. The English sur- round the place then, planning to capture him. The daughter, however, realizes their plan, and prepares to frustrate it, but is detected. She is then taken to her room, tied in a chair, and .a gun is placed facing her so that any movement of hers will set it off. Finally the highwayman approaches. The girl, at all costs, decides she must warn him, and moves. At that the gun goes off, killing her, but Warning her lover. He, however, at the sound of the shot, realizes some- thing is Wrong, and rushes into the inn. He learns that she has been killed and in trying to avenge her death he himself is killed. The chorus, with over 100 singers, was especially fine. Some splendid harmony effects were achieved, and the voices were well-blended. Prof. C. W. Lawrence was the director of the production. .ww QW F ' . 5, wa V As, K ... .,,.. 5 WMMAP ' . t me A ,......-..n.g.4.s. ..f.1,,::, ,Wi 1 Qmgllx lllill- Winte 1' Concert A 1 Blid-Winlcr Concert ensemble The 43- , er t e direction of Dean lrving M. Glen, did a commendable piece of work. Three separate orchestral numbers were presented before the main program: 'flaninaf' by Drummg uValse Tristef' Sibelius' 'Trom M ' ' 9' ' , ount Ra1n1er, Relser. Frank Hayes and Flo s 1n t e cantata. Hayes is a member of the Varsity quartet and a Glee Club singer. Hayes was soloist also in last year's cantata. Miss Cook is a member of the Women's En- semble. piece orchestra und h Cook were the soloist ' h No special emphasis was placed on the setting for the production and no stage sets were used, eliminating the necessity of changing scenery. The musical setting was Written by Mark Andrews and Alfred Noyes. Harold Stone and Betty Wright were student managers for the pro- duction-the 28th annual concert to be staged at Washington. Besides the regular concerts, the Music department has sponsored recitals given each week by Phi Mu Alpha, men's music honorary and Mu Phi Epsilon, Womenis honorary. ' Q ll 141 -2. . " -4. ,A -M. , V- -H ,V , , ,.,...1 K ,,,, K l www " A ,, LQ e r az? f X was sie? NX .Z 453..,,J5,,V.,iW if 7657 5 'ici Y Q. "5 , ff v I Mgt" f . . 235:25 W 1 Z, 54' 10 .1 fat ff -MZ, 'V -Lf 1 i . 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Lawrence 1 L L L MPRESSIONISTIC lighting, chorus and general effect, HThe Golden Legend," a symphonic cantata, was presented May 15 in Meany Auditorium, in place of the annual spring opera. The mood of the piece was established through the use of the Hmood chorus," something new in campus dramatics. The chorus, arranged at both sides of the stage, was not made up of individual characters, but acted merely as background. Costumes and stage effects, carrying out the impressionistic idea, were made here under the direction of John A. Conway of the Dramatic Art department. The cantata itself was taken from Longfellow's uGolden Legend," a version of the Faust story, with a musical setting by Dudley Buck. Edna Mahon, instructor in voice, sang the soprano part-Elsie, the uMarguer- ite" in the story. Melford K. Kingsbury, instructor at Garfield High School, was Prince Henry, the nFaust" in this piece. Alex Campbell sang the bass part, Lucifer. Charles W. Lawrence directed the production. The theme followed rather closely the original MFaust" story, but takes place in Italy. Twelve scenes made up the performance: The Spire of the Strasburg Cathedral, Prince Henry's chamber, Lamp-lighting scene, Elsieis cham- ber, Pilgrimage fby the orchestral, Monastery scene, Elsie's Terrace at Genoa, Barcarolle, At Sea, College of Salerno, Castle of Vautsberg, A Terrace. 0 Qolden . e end C iff. .1 , l 1111255131 i -5 , ' W ' ' . , ,J . Q 61 UK w4,fiq.fsfaAaE-,,4,mg5,I Y W, was .fa W, . A ff --.. , ,A , fm fha 7 X V4 X r WV fe oncerts onl Il, eration Q Q Q L Q Q Sergei Racrlunanin vlf 0 L L HE Women's Federation seeks to bring the high- est talent in the artistic world to the University campus each year for a concert series. The 1928-1929 series surpassed the high standard set in former years. The varied program offered was received enthusiastically by music lovers of Seattle. The student body showed unusual interest in the concerts, inaugurat- ing an era of student support which the concert committee hopes will extend to the following years. Although appealing to the Seattle popula- tion at large, the concerts are primarily for the students, and should be recognized as such. A The Russian Symphonic Choir, under the direction of Basile Kelbal- chich, opened the 1928-1929 concert season of the Womengs Federation on October 16. Dressed in native costumes of both nobility and colorful peasantry, the choir gave a program of famous classics and modern sacred songs, as well as the old, quaint peasant folk songs of Russia. As the outstanding feature of his choir, Mr. Kelbalchich stressed its symphonic nature. As the name implies, different members of the chorus take parts corresponding to the various instruments of an orchestra. By employing the tight-lipped, humming head-tone, and all the varying pos- sibilities of the human voice, the effect achieved by this uhuman orches- traw is truly marvelous. The Michio Ito company of noted Japanese dancers were presented in Meany Hall on February 6. They combined rare dance novelties from the Orient with the more familiar classics of the Occident in one of the most elaborate presentations ever brought to the concert stage. Their 2, -r X V., V. V -' ' J, ., ,--N , ...ff ' ' V 4 A f ' - ' 1- C' K , N lj.-' ' ' ' , AH y' ' , A in , 1- - .ami 7- 4 - - 1'aLQ.L,:- - .M-fe'wm amz,- . , ff. me M A ., ,. . .I lW944g:y6.f, 1, :swf--.2 ,, ,M 7 . W ff If M ,M 1 We .K wx' ' S? 0 N N no we 3 U, ..,f,a.5' 1- - A,-f V -- .ffV'fM2ff fr N -jlfiifmgqgzg 'Y' ' fygaiphf W w 2 f' ff,,v,CW' 75? N., 1 yfg,,Mcfggf,s .' ' ef, ..fff'-MA W yywff ,V A' ai , , f J ,- sy. , W , 'Z i ,J 1 1 E , .1 ,V 25 , 4 , , I ' -' ' Y 1 fs 5-swf " ' I , C WW' I - , .f ' ,, wffzf W . l . 5 5,1 , if A ss, cv f. . 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They included: Pauline Koner, Kohana, Hazel Wright, and Dorothy Wagner. Third in the series was Tito Schipa, premier tenor of the Chicago Opera Company, and world-famous lyric tenor. His charm and magnetic personality instantly won his audience, who were inspired by the golden- voiced tenor. He has a power of expression truly wonderful. He sang gay Italian songs, graceful Spanish serenades and powerful Grand Operatic Arias. Schipa was especially gracious in giving encores, which formed a most delightful part of his program. Born in Lecce, Italy, Mr. Schipa came to America in 1919 to sing in New York Opera. Since then he has sung in Spain, Buenos Aires, London and Italy. This is his sixth concert tour in the United States. He was accompanied by Frederick Longas, himself a noted pianist and composer, who was received with enthusiasm. Sergei Rachmaninoff, distinguished Russian composer and brilliant pianist, climaxed the concert series with his splendid program. 1nto his music all the power of a r1ch, beauty seeking nature He displayed marvelous technique and depth of understanding in his presentation of the varied program The hall was filled to overflowing, the audience showing unbounded enthusiasm and demanded encore after encore. It was a fitting climax to the 1928-29 concert series. Tall, dignified, yet simple and unaffected, Mr. Rachmaninoff poured A . ..:..v 1 K L v- F , Jaw?-D... ZW U . A f 'X . .. R Y I ,, Y V f wffl ggg .,'6W'hW... ,. ,fl f , gi f :f .z 1':.y . K f X! ! P . . ,W v, r - L... - .ff A X. .. 6... f , . V ? ,,,,, M f . p A , f -. ,.. . Wi, -7.-. f? f ., , wg f f K- ' .5 1,2 f f 2.-Q , 12, . . . f 412252 -" f: X . ,Q ,,, , 'M sv 1,1 f ,W L., iz. 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Spear, 'Slrolher Sourrl, Carlrmo, Nixon, Newhouse, Kaplan Sidney Spear Clx ton Nixon 1 l C ltano Wilbur Lawrence 1 y , Paul Soper Charles Strot 1er .lo in a ' Frederick Hamley Francis Le Sourd Alex Kaplan Dean Newhouse S C H E D U L E ' ' ' f' C. L. A. negative, Washiilgtoli, affirmative, vs. Idaho, negative, at Seattle Wilbur Lawrence, Paul Soper Vlfashinglon, negative, vs. California, affirmative, at Seattle Sidney Spear, Charles Strother Wfashington, negative, vs. Idaho, affirmative, at Moscow Frederick Hamley, Francis Le Sourd Vlfashington, affirmative, vs. Arizona, negative, at Wasliiilgloli, affirmative, ws. U. , s at Moran School - John Cartano, Clayton Nixon Wasliixigtoxx, negative, vs. University of Southern California, affirmative, at Los Angeles Charles Strother, Sidney Spear Waslliilgton, negative, vs. U. C. L. A., affirmative, at Los Angeles Charles Strother, Sidney Spear Wzxsliiligtoii, negative, vs. Stanford, affirmative, at El 1' Moscow-decision Charles Strother, Paul Soper Charles Strother, Sidney Spe Washington, affirmative, vs. Stanford, negative, at Seattle Wilbur Lawrencg, Sidney Spear General Question- Stanford Question- Resolved: That the plea of temporary insanity in Resolved: That reservations to the Kellogg Pact defense of crime should he prohibited by law. as suggested by M. Briand and accepted hy Kellogg nullify the effect of the pact itself. x x J MY 5 sf 1 evgxfk A We-1 91+ 4 M v f ,gap sg, f . ,EL . .,.,,,ff, ,,.",m, .-.,,.... .-11.57512-a.:3. V we-'.fr Z ' -'N--H ,W- 1'-1-"':aa'. - w ey..:52.n,:2. . .JZ 'f fifW'fE,:5:fQfg' 'll .fur '-' '1.'1"' Eg xl'-,LP :: ,,.,L ',41:?ff:,ai? 4 .if pm -A ,9:" fia1g--,-tw , .fx : . -:V ,M fn . .L , . -' .'-'1 fQY'gfffff1f-, uv.-se, fir- '. .4 A 7 , Y if , T 2- 'i3'T"f 1'f"- . lf' -m r 1' ' , , i"' "wir, . 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X , Qg zf - Q yg t, Q -o,51,,xs'.-t,z,sf,,al.a.,J.x, . ,,, - N,g,,e,.m.,, , VI , 'I ,vs 2 8g,, ,.e, D .A X ,.- A ff' A A 'ntriunura Leik, Requu, Richa ll 77 tl at rds Nicholson, XVOMENiS CONTEST MEN'S CONTEST Winner- Beta Phi Alpha Winner- Chi Phi Abigail Leik Earl Requa Louise Nicholson Elmo Richards Runner-up- Alpha Gamma Delta Runner-up- Sigma Phi Epsilon Marion Askren Robert Burns Mary Margaret Doyle Girton Viereck Question- Resolvedz That a junior college should be estab- lished at Washington. SQUAD- Neil Arnett Henry Kotkins Robert Willard Thomas Wood James Bell James Munro COACH- Wilifred W. Bird S C H E D U L E Washington, affirmative, vs. College of Puget Washillgton, affirmative, vs. Bellingham Normal, Sound, negative, at Tacoma negative, at Bellingham Neil Arnett, James Munro Neil Arnett, James Munro Washington, negative, vs. College of Puget Sound, Washington, negative, vs. Pacific Univer s i ty, affirmative, at Seattle affirmative, at Forest Grove, Oregon Henry Kotkins, Robert Willard .lames Bell, Henry Kotkins Question- Resolved: That the present system of trial by jury should be replaced by trial by three judges. .Q V ,, 1, ' 7" i Q ilth Agp ff Iliil 0 Club rc r . 'mf ,, f K , iff? n, J ll Q Q l Turtle, Pazlley, Thompson, Overrurl OFFICERS- VALGENE TUTTL1: ,,..,. ...,.,,....,,.. P resident EVALINE THoMPsoN .. ....,,. Secretary WILLINE PADLEY ...... ...... V ice-President CATHERINE OVERTURF .. ,... ...... T reasurer MEMBERS- Elsie Albrecht Mary Margaret Doyle Williiie Padley Helen Snyder Mildred Backeburg Dorothy Flickinger Dorthea Peniston Margaret Stinchfield Marion Brooks Alice Horstman Virginia Powell Evaline Thompson Elaine Brygger Abigail Leik Gladys Reynolds Valgene Tuttle Betty Charles Cornelia Mathewson Louise Schmidt June Wetherall Anita Cheesman Jean Mclntyre Josephine Smith Dorothy Wright Loraine Coy Catherine Overturf PLEDGES- Bertha Altose Neta Edmonds Dorothy Parnpel Alice Stearns Marion Askren Alda Martell Dorothy Potter Eileen Whitall Lucille Bresnan Helen Neal Byrnina Smith Marjorie Xanders tell lub A L Vergin, Klemme, Green FALL OFFICERS- DON GAINES .......... .......... P resident BUIJ VERGIN ....,, Secretary MARVIN KLEMME ...... ....,., V ice-President AL GREEN ..,,.. ,...... T reasurer AIA-ill SPRING OFFICERS- BUD VERGIN ........... ...... ...... P r esident ALEC DUEE .... ,,,,.. S ecretary MARVIN KLEMME ..... ...... V ice-President AL GREEN .,..., .....,. Treasurer PAGE 2 3 9 1-'T MEMBERS- Neil Ar11ett Lawrence Jenner Ed Meany, Jr. Charles Russell -if Charles Bowen Alex Kaplin James Munro Dick Seller "-:E John Cartano Henry Kotkins Clayton Nixon Edwin C. Smith R' H. H. Grant Francis Le Sourd Albert Peha Howard Waterbury, Jr. Frederick Hamley John Maas Russell Price Robert Willard Harold Jacobsen Hugh McGuiness Max Rarig "' A . ' . ' it J? J 'JI' wlufs. " afwvtxtszaimf- A ' ' ,aj t 1 .,,,,Q ,f' .,.. L V M,...j-VLH'-' -7 . -f'-'- :. - ' J X ,,J1.c,..":f'. ,S . , ,za . . -, . - 'ti ' . 'off' 1 5 ffx g., , iff , tri .1.. '1 'I f-av .157 'El ' .XA ln 1 'v . .' 'Hif- ,ffw ' ' ....f . :LW '- ,-ul: V, , 1 Y 1 I 4.3! fr xx ,WU J f. f 2 . , 122235 W I 4 . 3, f 12: f f V . .er 3, ', J ' ' '24 .4 g ,V ,f 'ww , ' ' .Wife aff Q ff V 4 t. fl" f fi mn! YL M4 X MQ . - 1' 'W I dgghiw ,,,, QW ,fy E , 1 If ' 47" " " 4551 in ,A gay, f.. I I WN Mu. I .Iggy fp! 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SMITH ...... ....., T reasurer MEMBERS- Capitola Allen William W. Edwards Mrs. Laila McRae Harry E. Smith Elizabeth J. Anderson Garland O. Ethel Charles C. More Katherine Macrae Smith Victoria Anderson Gladys Ferrier Helen Moulton E. B. Stevens Anna Aronin Tirey F. Ford Vernon A. Mund Margaret Stokes Paul P. Ashley Julius Guintoni Elsie Nordquist Edward N. Stone John P. Ballantine Irving M. Glen Marguerite Oliver Margaret Thompson Mary Bash .lames E. Gould Albert Ottenheimer David Thomson Maud L. Beal H. H. Gowen Frederick M. Padelford Lena Tucker Arthur S. Beardsley .loyce Gowen Morgan Padelford Marion Thornton Allen R. Benham Alice L. Gundlach Vernon L. Parrington Alvin M. Ulbrickson Ralph M. Blake Ralph H. Gundlach Rosalie Pellegrini Dorothy U7Renn .l. Lawrence Botsford Edwin R. Guthrie Ruth E. Penington E. .l. Vickner Sarah H. Brown Ruth Hale Margaret Wentworth Pfifer Edward Wagenknecht Harry Burns Amy Violet Hall Katherine Ellis Rader Margery Walker ,l. Raymond Cluck .loseph B. Harrison Melvin Rader Paul Wander M. Donald Cornu Lena A. Hartge Roberta Ralls Charles E. Weaver Mrs. Donald Cornu Julia Jackson William Read .lohn Weinzirl Edwin J. Coventry Arthur ,lerbert Oliver H. Richardson Victor E. Wellman Bernice A. Cutler Leota L. Johns Marian Robb Lois J. Wentworth Cecilia Cutts Sylvia Finlay Kerrigan Wesley Robson Walter B. Whittlesey Ebba Dahlin Tadao Kimura William SaverY Ruth Williams -. V Noah C. Davenport Trevor Kincaid Esther Shepard Clotilde Wilson Ny Lillian Jackson Dempster Mabel E. Lensrud Lurline Simpson Francis G. Wilson "" - 1 I Grace G. Denny Edward McMahon M. M. Skinner William Wilson I Harvey B. Densmore Theresa S. McMahon Selby M. Skinner Roy M. Winger Dorothy E. Draper Lena L. Mahone George W. Small Howard B. WOOISIOII "" 'fl ' 1 in Edgar M. Draper Edmond S. Meany Charlotte B. Smith Lawrence .l. Zillman E. Harold Eby Grant W. Merrill page 243 .1 ' . ta-. P -1 ' 4,111 ' S3537 RWM' '1 S 1 up I muy, . ,. . 4,q,.,-Rfk 15' If ,awk f ' i 's Y" M its , -, .w-1 'Tig' 1 H, , ,f.rgyeA.-. 5' , .- V M is?-bats: A ', . .sf-f..,s-iv R 1 . Y A 5 -7 . f K., v .-a -fr ..-Q r 1, ,,f,,W.,Qgg -, fgima. 1 9, ffyl, Qglxif K R' f' R N ,..,4.,"Vl'v in A 5 I I' aa 5' , ,KX ,X ,W . J' fix? 'WS fff".::ZfW"l .. W -2 .fr as R' ,- ' A712 A , p ,,-,Z I , A 9 ,fi f 2- ,442 F' --'X' I " , . ,M ,, , . rret 1 I fsvawjjy' 5, , X fy 426 Lf: fi if , Y Ni "" "',. v ,r M, - A li 'Z il y , -Q-'ff nf' f.L'5'i'5 . . Ka ,, . ,f Q f i--fl 'R . f, .fl ,I my . 1 . M f A , f i Nc f f'1,'Vli 3 I ,- fri. 1 y ,gpy S, .-.Q X - f 1 X . . If fvm. W sf 1 fg, q,.,, 2 . ... . 1 R ff"'f' 3 . . , of 1 g , hi ... ,- T l ': f Y ..,. V . 99 fx ' ' .,.: Q .- T lf' .,.r ss R2 , 62 elf as -Q gif' ' f..f.-fw. ., rg, 'T ig 3, . ,. 1 '54 :-' T T A 1 ff , . .I ,Q - u . , Wm... Z " W 3,75 K gf f xis .Es Engineering honorary, founded at Lehigh University in 1885. Members are chosen on the basis of scholarship and high char- acter. Engineers in the upper one-eighth of the Junior class and the upper one- fourth of the Senior class are eligible. sf' u Anderson. Bislrom, Engel, Hammer, Hfzring, Langsdorf, lirfeacham ' -'- ff Ysh'lm Pierce. Porler, Rodgers, Wagner, Iflule, lTr1,.,ht, o zo-a OFFICERS- ROBERT HARING .......,,... GAYNOR LANGSDORF ...... FACULTY MEMBERS- W. L. Beuschlein .loseph Daniels E. O. Eastwood R. H. C. Edmonds MEMBERS- Enoch Anderson Vernon BiStI'0ll1 Leo Carter Carl Ellerback Ernest Engel ..............President ........Vice-President F. R. Farquharson J. B. Hamilton G. L. Hoard F. M. Kirsten Nathan Fragen Homer Garrison Carl Hammer Robert Haring Charles Hornberg LARNED Mmcnlxn-I ROBERT Ponrsn ...... E. A. Loew C. E. Magnusson C. C. May E. R. Wilcox Gaynor Langsdorf Larned Meacham Earl Pierce Robert Porter Roe Rodgers .......Treasurer Secretary G. S. Wilson J. M. Weir A. M. Winslow F. M. Warner Wfellington Strohl Robert Wagner Wallace White William Wright Hideo Yoshioka page 244 page 245 dyez.w: .far 41 Q- , f--mmwyam. 1-1 . ,Mem hw , 1 , , mx !,. ,, n A .,.4, , A1 A y p, I QA ,.... : ..-., M., fgfw if Ao ,J gg? gl f 1 6 is .,z 9 if 'l W 42 eff!! 'f I ' WH National Business Administration schol- astic honorary, founded at the University of Wisconsin and the University of Illi- ta nois in 19133 26 chapters. Alpha chapter of Washington chartered in 1918. Mem- bers are chosen on con. 'd ' Ill Ill Si lll "Hhs OFFICERS- JACK TRACY ......... CARL Sci-Iosccl. ...,. FACULTY MEMBERS- Dean Willia m E. Cox Dr. Henry A. Burd GRADUATE MEMBERS- Rohert Kin E MEMBERS- Ernest Bass Russell Bock George Brandt Edward G. Brown Joseph Freed Bock, Brandi. B P. D ' rmcn, Ilfleader, Mickelwaif, H. llliller lzller, Murbeck, Pullock, Schoeggl, Stinson, T ' ' President racy, Wxsmer PAUL W. MILLER Vice-President Prof. Home Vernon Mund Richard F. Jones E. Eilert Meader Lowell Mickelwait Henry Miller Paul W. Miller r E. Gregor Y HAROLD WISMER Dr. Harry E. Smith Harry Purdy Donald C. Morlneck Earl Parsons David Pollock 1 Carl Schoeggl Howard Stins 011 si eration of schol- tp lan average of B is required! l moral character and .promise ' ability. 9 of business ..... ..Tr Dr. Charles S. T .lack Tracy Cordon U'Ran Harold Wismer ...Secretary easurer ippetts . .r yy: lit, 1 - il ' ,. ,.-A "' 7 Ll, -.--.I I ., j 1.1 -1-, X .f R LN .V ' " 'w -Lv' 5 . . -Q ' 1 . ' . :"i57" ' ' H , 1 ,, ,grlrrxiihk n H W- -he A' ,-sf V ,. ,' -2 A I -' 7 V-433-, .-Tiff" ' A 3 ji' Q.: A Y ,V -I . . g in F.. :Wg H- - .-5:71.-.rw .-f-R.-,:f..-. - - -. -. , A - '- - .f , ,- . fgggggizg- ..1,:, - - M ' "'ff452t'.2" L " F J' 1. 4- .nr ' V -tif. "'-'F ,Q - - . I-'F' ' 0 - A ..-'Q-L,swaf z' wr , '13,,,1:5L'f,,.-N ' 3.1, ' 1- i flxgzifr' -A ' , -' 1 Ei' A f .y Fig? V .,. V ,f 4' 1 6 . -1 ' f f ,lll I ' ff , f ,, . , , ,-.ofa --1 i f ,Q , .7 f 'fa PJ' 4,fT ' i'-7 4 ,, -A J 4 i f, "Mg - c J , 21241291 vf' af .if . - .f .f f., 314- ai' we f . K 4 QQZWQ QL if- ,ff - 1? ?' I if f, z 1 f ,, 3112.3 , , ., f,f-,Xi ,,f 'Zi t gaaayv A w.fg,gR Qi x Kapil f Ag 1 .4- IQ? Q V 59' O VP? was , is I , ff ' W : ,uw A 4, Z 6: K , ,Wy-s,"- .cw ww? .3 , , ,aryl v, ,, 1' ' wwf AK - ,l Q' r, K ,ff 111 ' A i s w ,,g. .5 ... Q Www .. A R - if -.,. ei 'Q Q -: ,f 4 ,tw 951 , , 4 ff' M -. -2'-sg' A ffm! ' X . vafie we - 1.1 ' iz ZZ ,E N . .,4 ' . ,f -1-1 :'- 7 ' N - 3 W : -R: - I- ' J,- ' 1, :. .1 I tj' I Q ACTIVE MEMBERS- ef ri. g if 2 zfnsasf' " I la. , pq. Irv. sf A W'omen's commerce honorary, founded at the University of Illinois in 19183 18 chapters. Alpha Beta chapter at Washing- ton chartered in 1918. .Iunior or Senior women in the College of Business Admin- istration having an average of 90 or bet- ter, good moral character and showing promise of marked business ability are eligible for membership. R R as 1 g is Q Ss s A 9 .. g m Vx 4 I., Q .. . ef i. ,gs...sH,. .X 9 , P. N' at " . -as -f '.fvr ,-ab' v u. W' sv iv ,Ng ,Was M . ,, af- A ,yrs Rides I ' . .m sw fr raw I 1 1 illlllllil psllon pl OFFICERS- DOROTHY E. DRAPER ALICE RISELAND ........ MEMBERS- Fern Cavender Dorothy E. Draper Upperclassnierfs honorary for students in the field of pure and applied sciences, founded at Cornell University in 18865 42 chaptersg University of Washington chapter chartered in 1907. Members must maintain an average of at least 85570 A and B grades. The organization promotes scholarship, and encourages investigation in the fields of science. OFFICERS- ROBERT C. MILLER ......., I'IEWITT WILSON ....., Doreen Aldwell H. S. Anderson H. K. Benson B. M. Bird C. G. Black H. L. Brakel Marion G. Brimston A. F. Carpenter Anna E. Church Donald H. Clark E. T. Clark Ray W. Clough John N. Cobb Lyall Baker Cochran C. R. Corey Don R. Crawford Joseph Daniels Russell H. Dean Elliot DeForest W. M. Dehn August Dvorak E. 0. Eastwood Robert H. C. Edmonds Louis D. Elliott Erwin A. Esper Clementine Evans M. M. Ewell F. D. Fiedler G. B. Flaherty T. Foster Ford R. E. Fuller T. C. Frye all is Carentlar. Draper, Hamlin, Ness, Riselaml, Ryan President ............Vice-President Olivia Froula Ina Hamlin .LLL ...................President .,.,.........Vice-President Sheldon L. Clover Walter S. Gordon F. .I. Goodrich C. E. Goodspeed Oliver P. M. Goss J. E. Gould Bror L. Grondal J. E. Guherlet Ralph Gundlach E. R. Guthrie P. R. Hagelbarger David C. Hall .l. B. Hamilton C. W. Harris Lena Hartge M. H. Hatch Harold M. Hendrickson George H. Hitchings G. L. Hoard Rachel Hofistadt J. W. Hotson Edwin A. Hughes W. H. Ingram A. R. .lerbert C. W. .Iohnson A. Kalin L. E. Karrer Trevor Kincaid B. P. Kirkland F. K. Kirksten Alfhild V. Kravik '62 PW? VERA K. RYAN ....... CLAUDINE NESS ...... Claudine Ness Alice Riseland Si G. E. GOODSPEEIJ .,..... VICTORIAN SIVERTZ ....... .Iohn Kylstra Henry Landes H. A. Langenham Roy E. Lindblom E. A. Loew E. V. Lynn L. H. McFarlan C. E. Magnusson C. A. Magnusson Vjorn Melang Robert E. Miller Robert Minsball C. C. More R. E. Moritz Treasurer ' Secretary Vera K. Ryan QQ '77 lllilxi ..........Secretary .....,.Treasurer Hermance Mullenmeister L. I. N eikirk Harold Nightingale Earl R. Norris F. A. Osborne Clarence T. Parks Melville E. Perkins Sargent G. Powell Effie I. Raitt Y. T. Renner G. B. Rigg Milnor Roberts R. Theodore Roseco Donald L. Ross H. G. Silliman V. Sivertz E. V. Smith N I ,ff N -.I fi I . f f, . fi 'I X lf ' . f? " . -- .f '-1: f- .. a'f"f'1Eff' gI,fI:sM.f . , : . ' Q ,:.:,-..1..... : -e--gysasiaiziexv -, , . .h 1 tg: J: MX, 1. I- '. , .. 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X, '-ft 11 .,.- -Vai f V , i we J ef. ,ff 'g V , 4 , .,,Zy,M4,Mg X he ' V J, V -' it f 'fe-V2 Tii 'J aw, 11",'f'f 2:1 1 't - . , Lf 1 , growing!! f- Political Science honorary founded at the 3 University of Texas inX1919g 14 chaptersg Sl l Washington Nu. chapter chartered in 1927. ly ,., ,H ,Ma it 5, ' 1-ZW :tif " 2 M . -,.,, ' a .,: , ,f,.'w,,-"ff , 2, gy, ,..,f, 41' . if A E f 2 . 1 5 Wg., 1 4 if i it iii y J hi' 3 , 4 :- , ,, '55, f si ,ff ggi? J 5? l5W E53f ,, 3 W f '. vii 'ffii' 2242 L J 45 fig- 1351 1 51 555 'f 33333 Barbour, Barthell, Birdseye Carmno, Cram, Dilley, Fahey, Karr, Mann J - 55 Nixon, Padley, Strothers, Williams f - OFFICERS- CLAYTON N1xoN .,,. ..,..,,..... P resident PHILLIP FAI-my .,..........,. Vice-President DANA BARBOUR ...... Vice-President MARY BROWN .,... .,..... S ecretary-Treasurer L3 , . FACULTY MEMBERS- W. H. George L. A. Mander C. E. Martin F. G. Wilson G. G. Huke X HONORARY MEMBERS- A. S. Beardsley R. H. Nottlemann MEMBERS- Genevieve Bale John Cartano Cyril Hill Clayton Nixon Dana Barbour Jack Cluck Lyle Iversen Willine Padley Arthur Barnett Jack Cram Earl Jackson Charles Strother Russell Barthell Marjorie R. Dilley Payne Karr Margaret Thompson W. W. Bird Philip Fahey Herbert Little Kenneth Warner ' Story Birdseye Julius Falk Hubert Mann De Witt Williams Mary C. Brown Joyce Cowen ' ,. page 241' I ' Z ' Rif f. . 1 '- ' 1- 1 " 4' ' f T fihf R ' 'fY"'5W" ilitilib pr- V , ' ' if-'ff fr. H' f:'qf'f'i:X if -fad-fi b ' ' X ' ref ..-Q .' ., t Q ew '- .V .t -. ,V -1 3 ' y . I ,,v5IF,Q.'k , . Y . - . . 1 V' H i I w AY ff? P iii, A I W Q ' ,D . a Y: W ' " - b ' ' h V ,' '1- .Ai . N Cds- K -de f Vw is A SZ, gs f ms 'f 1 J. Qiik l hVQ'fKiU.x. '4 ?' Sis iff ' V f L' sv Q- f- ' gx 45 'K X xy X W: Ass. X , t-Wcx wf-wg Q H- L':':N-NJHA -MA? i xs xnxg-w tz,,N a ms .. ,M-sw' X' ., M M v V National Senior women's honorary found- ed ln 1918 at Swarthmore College. Tolo A lllortilr oar OFFICERS- POLLY BROKVN .,..... Baird, Baker. Brown, Church, Cook I1 l'one Pelligrini Ross Cnughlin, Denring, Fitch, C ig 1 , , ' Tadlock, Tuttle Slzpper, Snyder, Swenson, . ...........,.... President Vice - President IRENE BAKER ,.,,., ,,,,,,,.,, ....,.,.....,.Secretary FLo Coon ..,,.... ALUMNAE MEMBERS- Mrs. Winifred S. Haggett Miss May Dunn Ward Miss Mary Bash ACTIVE MEMBERS- Harriet Baird Irene Baker Polly Brown Margaret Church Miss Helen Gorham Miss Ruth Grant Flo Cook Margaret Coughlin Isabelle Dearing Susan Fitch MARIAN PELLIGRINI .. LORNA SLIPPER ......... MARGARET COUGHLIN Miss Ruth Bamford Miss Velda Cunrliff Maybelle Ghiglione Marian Pelligrini Katherine Ross Lorna Slipper Treasurer . Historian Keeper of Loan Fund Miss Margaret Duncan Miss Marian Rohh Helen Snyder Vesta Swenson Ruth Tadlock Valgene Tuttle page 2 nge 1 -MII, f . .K . ,. ., , f f - . .. W ,. , asJay211va.J"'1, 2 ' 91:11-f1v,.,f,"-.:,r:, .. six If...-.-as-:WA-., wf'Pi?Zi,1ljg,,I3II ,IX A P' X I 9,5 I I ,, ,. , ' . V, bl. ,,IIa,I,,,,,.5,,,,,,qQ ,f I 4,3 , , ' V '- i "vw ,f , , .,,, ,,,. . LQ 77 va lub Upperclassmelfs honorary founded in 1907. Members are chosen on the basis of their services to the University. lil I has an I ,. o .- , ff . - -7 fin "1 s 4' ' ff , 2,4 V -W ' . ff f . - f Ei - i , , , Q, .,:.iii: -1 , V ,.-.. ,ff . f ' ' ,'.1fp-,'Z.'-'Jail'zzZga'2.,f,?'i':'hJ..i'W.W xi---:N-an:s::f x- 45 ' V. fs-. as ,-of -. r - -- . 1- if f f-gym?-:,..:w fff,ffMwdim-4:M'fw4-M-,W-.,v,-1ff. s 1 , lags ' ' - ?:jr:'f'4,'2:-l f , ' -. 1.1-:sravf-MW : -Q-wa ys: 2 ef' A S- laws f fx - 1- 1.1, ' 4241: 1:-ff14:-WwzWvrvfx--vfmm2w ss! J - s I . ..,- is +5 J fm,-A, - ' ' ., Q. , ,s f 2. f, -,: 9, ,,,,fw41f.1w.m-uf! 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' , if ,Z . ,, ,q - ' , so ' - . -2.6, -- - ofa' '3 -L5 f N s '?Fi?"fd, ,A , . '- , .nfs . ., J a - ,- 1 ,, I :: ,. ,, 13 . I',,:.,I 1 . -. 4 , 'Y a JF. Q-iff? ft ' t '- ff Adams, Anderson, Berenson, Bolstarl, Brannon, Brown, Broz B tl C lh ' ' u er, a nun, Carroll, Cram, Dahlquest, Dlrks, Easter, Flanagan, Fosseen, Caffner, Gritsch, Hack Howay, Huhta, Hunter, James, R. Johnson, I. Johnson, Karr, Kelly, LaBrache, Langlie, McCann, McCracken MacDonald, Meany, Mickelwait, Middleton, Oberg, Olmstead, Olson, Perkins, Pollock, Reeves, Rose, Runte Seaman, Schoettler, Sh ll S' ' ' ' ' e ey, mger, Smzth, Snider, Swartz, Troy, Turnacllff, Williams, Wilson, Zioncheck OFFICERS- AL KELLY ..,.. JOE ADAMS FACULTY MEMBERS- .lames Arbuthnot Leslie J. Ayer Enoch Bagshaw Clark P. Bissett Earl Campbell Herbert T. Condon William E. Cox ACTIVE MEMBERS- Joe Adams Dean Anderson Milt Berenson Percy Bolstad Claude Brannon Winston Brown William Broz Longino Butler Jerry Calhoun Charles Carroll J ack Cram John Dalquest Clarence Dirks Charles Easter John Flanagan Neal Fosseen 1 .1-"sy ....,.,......President Vice-President William Dehn Clarence S. Edmundson Fred Elwell Irving M. Glen Dorsett V. Graves Edwin Guthrie Haines Gaffner William Gregor Tony Gritsch Perry Hack .lack Howay Elmer Huhta Charles Hunter Frank James Bob Johnson .l oe Johnson Payne Karr Al Kelly Wendell LaBrache Winfield Langlie Joe McCann George McCracken PAYNE KARR ..... JACK HOWAY ..,. Carl Kilgore Henry Landes Charles May Edmond S. Meany F. A. Osborn Frederick M. Padelford Ellis MacDonald Ned Meany Lowell Mickelwait Cowper Middleton Eugene Nelson Clare Oberg .loel Olmstead Kenneth Olson Paul Orr DeForest Perkins David Pollock Stan Reeves Bob Rose .lames Runte Walt Sahli .lack Seaman ..,....Secretary ,.,...Treasurer Milnor Roberts Clyde Robinson Norman Sonju Wayne Sutton David Thomson 'Al Ulbrickson Bob Schoettler Bill Shelley Harold Singer Otis Smith Monty Snider William Snider .l oe Swartz Smith Troy ' Lloyd Turnacliff Francis Van Stralen Randall Williams Frank Wilson William Wohlmacber Marion Zioncheck 2 I - V- ffffiv ' , 1:51 :WZ J 1 fi 'L G V--2 awiew 4.5 ii' Tlfivi ' 5 3. 1' i:::.'-. f 'la-' 'I ww rr, 4233 t f cr . l . . , f if Qt- It ' '2'? C-V:'W,ff5 ici 1.Z:if:i 2, Hg fljitfif .55 ii aff +2-I, LJ-lil X25 - 17 'ir -1154? 'S as mix ' will .ljqa .iw 'haik- was 2 U. 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A . -I g.,w.,.Lff :Q ,-y, '. X . . ' p 7 f, u.- f nf. r . 'M' - ...f , L Y, 1 , ,. . in Y -' .y f V .,. , - 'S' ,w " K ,. sxem-ssh Senior men's honorary founded in 1907. Election to membership is based upon service to the University of Washingtoli. The aim of the organization is to uphold the traditions and promote the welfare of the University. Q Qlll I QQ ,HJ QQ TT lf ree OFFICERS- JOE ADAMS .....,. SMITH TROY ..., FACULTY MEMBERS- Enoch Bagshaw Clyde Robinson MEMBERSM Joe Adams Dean Anderson Herm Brix Gene Cook Dave Falk Mm W 7',,,7" 4' "" -. M-3" "1 ' , 1. x 4 1-an im fn -.1 My A, Z -xv.,-: 7 - 4-.fifii L ' g., F my ' ,TV fl fi 1 ,m,w, 11s 5 .,t,,,f . , ny. Q ,gp we F I nson Kelly Adams Anderson, Cook, Jai , ' Turnacliff MacDonalLl,, Olmslead, Sanllquist, Troy, .,...........Pres1dent .......Vice-President Norman Sonju Alfie James Joe Johnson Al Kelly Don McCallum Ellis MacDonald ELLIS MJKCDONALD J on JOHNSON ,..... Wayne Sutton Ken McKenzie Joel Olmstead Carl Sandquist Le Roy Schuh .....Secretary-Treasurer Keeper of the Rolls A1 Ulbrickson Smith Troy Lloyd Turnacliff Omar Walker Bill Wohlma cher page zso f ,',. 1 . ,, fl -., E 'F 'f' .,' 2 ' A, ,y ' Y f' ' a "' ' ' F ' A . w: 1?4a:iQ. f Q A Freshman scholastic honorary organ- l l ized at the University of Washington in Y ur e Q 1925. A V -. , 4 X RN, H , 'f 'V' 'fiif fl V. ti'iflI'l1.: , 3' '-If f N' ' ! !. i15i V' if 2 255ll1 :i'ii3i ,ip Dc Lacy, Urquhart, Hadley, Middleton X !1.. . N OFFICERS- HUGH DE LACY ......... .,.....,............ P resident WILLIAM HADLEY ,,.,,, ,,,,,,,, S ecretary J IM URQUHART ....,. ......,,., V ice-President GEORGE MIDDLETON .,,,,., Treasurer gf' FACULTY MEMBERS- I Paul Ashley J. E. Gould Edwin Guthrie Thomas Thompson , Herbert Cowen MEMBERS- Phillip Almaden Egbert Davis Wayne Johnson Jack Radinsky ' Melvin Anderson Melvin Dennis DeWitt Jones Jess Rosenberg Maurice Andrew Hugh De Lacy Conrad Langlitz Henry Russell Ray Bailey Fred Doherty Maurice Larson Gordon Sanderson Bill Ballou Marion Duncan James Lewis Henry Sangder Wallace Bartholomew Clarence Dunn David Lockwood Kenneth Saunders Laurence Barrett Orville Fields Herbert Loop Charles Schwartz Robert Beeman Byron Fish Edwin Martinson John Shaw James Bell Cecil Friedman Robert McCament Ellis Short Merril Bell Walter Gaesar John McReavy Leo Shulman Doane Brodie Homer Grant Robert McPherson Charles Stone George Buler Roy Grossman George Middleton Bill Sweet Bartlett Burns William Hadley Paul Mowry Harry Thurlow Robert Burwell Donald Hall Francis Myers John Turbitt John Calmer Byron Hay Gerald Nelson Jim Urquhart Jensen Clausen Arthur Hillman Arthur Ness Nathan Usdane Robert Coats Charles Horsky William Norwood Howard Waterbury Lester Conrad Russell Ingersoll William Perrine Jim Woodruff Henry Charnell Kenneth Johnson Joe Phillipps John Wyckoff Stephen Christopher Roy Johnson PAGE 2 5 1 - --2 'ES page 251 M . 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Dear Diary: John Silverls ghost and the shades of other famous pirates stared down on us at the Varsity Ball this evening, to help make the buccaneer motif of the year's first formal one of the most successful affairs l've ever attended. The ball celebrated the Silver Anniversary of the Varsity Ball, which each year is the first of the college formalsg and it was for the twenty- first time in the twenty-five years that Professor Meany read the lists of men pledged to Oval Club, activity honorary. I'll write all their names now so that l will remember them later with- out having to look for the program on the back of which I wrote their names. They are: Milton Berenson, Longie Butler, Claude Brannon, J ack Cram, Clarence Dirks, Charles Easter, Neal F osseen, Haines Gaffner, William Gregor, Anthony Gritsch, Bob Johnson, Winfield Langlie, George McCracken, Edmond S. Meany, Jr., Cowper Middleton, Clarence Oberg, Kenneth Olson, DeForest Perkins, David Pollock, James Runte, .lack Seaman, Otis Smith, William Snider and Randall Williams. All these pledges will be initiated next month when they will be taken to Mount Rainier by the Club. All the winners of Varsity letters during the year were guests tonight and were presented with small, gold letters at the door. It seems too bad that some of those Varsity lettermen waste themselves on upperclassmen when the only possibility of a Frosh womanls going, is to be accompanied by a uBig WV man. Stew Mulligan, chairman for the ball was here, there and everywhere tonight to see that the work had been well done by his various sub-com- mittees to transform the ball room into the veritable pirate den that it was for the evening. ' , 'f:'?.., 1 . hairnmn V ' .4 55 Wiaref. f. f Z H -f .Y . 1' .. . .- , A f . - I f " ' 1 . 4, - f f ' X L L ieifle T ' , , ' . -V ' , ,1g..g....,' . - .W J. H--J E Q lf! 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It has always had some of the elements of a mixer heretofore, with its many blind dates and general atmosphere of get-acquainted-ness. But the pledge dance, the traditional pledge dance, has been wiped from the social calendar and in its stead there was a mixer at the Armory last night, to which not only the Freshmen but the upperclassmen as well, went. One of the factors influencing this change, was the fact of early soror- ity pledging, all of the formal entertaining and the pledging itself having taken place last week, before the beginning of school. Each house was therefore put to it to provide some entertainment for Sunday night when the new pledges began to arrive at the respective chapter houses. This function, the Oval Club pledge dance, has always performed to the great thrill of the new pledges and the satisfaction of the weary members. The Mixer tonight probably provided greater opportunity for the Freshmen to meet new people, but its fame for blind dates will obviously not be as great since many of the pledges will attend unescorted. I thought, personally, that the Mixer was a very successful affair in accomplishing its purpose, but it grieves me to see the disappearance of the pledge dance. Over seven hundred Freshmen enjoyed themselves to the strains of a collegiate orchestra in the Armory tonight. Joe Adams was chairman of the affair. - 1 'f' fl? 'Qi i'.4':4:.' fi' ' . V, .' 'V "' ,fry ,'..n.V- 2, V' , ,, " ,ma' .f I , - :,, ,ir ' ,::Wf-V+: edwaw-UNA' .1-1--A . - sn. . -:. w - -A 1. '- A V , , '56 fi f W Joe Adams, chairman K Il, ,..4a.,,fY fig If If , if I, I Af .. - xg f ff' A,-S, ' -sz-. 2 ,,,,. .A " ni hts of th ff? ,,zfAZ?vsizs,,Ag 34- ' fgiffwffff ' I' L' , 'Ji H ,. ?ff V, 4, .Z Z L 3 ai ,fi fa ,,,, 7 fs, ,Na ' 5 1 , yf f ' My 4 it f mms .L L , 5 ll 1 ' 'Vf jw0f'4"'95n' 4 .. if " . . f f ff . ' ' . V ' QQ?-Ts 33,3 gg s W Q2 Ken Cosby chairman l . ear Diary: We9re going to help launch the campus social season tonight when We go to the Knights of the Hook annual all-University informal at the Queen Anne Hall. I'm rather worried about going over that Queen Anne counterbalance to et 5 there because MB' " 1d ' s o and very collegiate Ford has no brakes and . I , slmp y won t climb steep hills. Q L. CTOBER26 D But I want to be sure and g Freshmen to the Knights of the Hook by Doug McCoy, who is president of the organization. The dance is also the occasion of a rally for the Ure- gon State football game tomorrow, so I expect it will be a very peppy affair. get there to see the formal pledgin of Publicity in the Daily this week has worked up my enthusiasm over the informal, so I must get there some Way. The color scheme is to be purple and gold with the traditional Hook the principal emblem f or decoration. Loren Howard, popular Freshman tenor, will make his initial campus appearance during intermission with several solo selections and there 7 will be several other campus entertainers featured in a program arran ed g by the committee. The Knights of the Hook hold th month after the openin of sch l d pledges. eir annual dance each year about a g oo , an at this time they announce the The committee for this year's dance is headed by Fred Mahoney, who h . . . as as his asslstallts. Floyd Backeberg, Wesley Brownton, Jack Combes Dicky Heiman, Ken Cosby, Dave Liv' K ' ' Bob Lucas. lngston, en Britt, Dick Jackson and J E 0 I., NJ xl UU L? Q F c ,'QQgijI2fXf?5', cf- kwa, 'ix-ff 4,.5ef,.gr1 7 ' 1 -5:3 Q 1 4 .. Fl' f Z , I I' . " , pl 'G H Y ' " ' ' , . , '1- 1 1 . - ,Q-'1 V .l,'r- K ' u. I ' ' ' ' , , A " -11.-:..-'F' 'fa 1 Q. .gp - - . . - -- . ,. ,-,.. 4-.A ,uf . . .V ,. ,.. , A , l4,','2IL" ' mir-LW' V M, 4 7 ' fy., . ' ,qf L pg T , - . . 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At least I remember the one when was a second such dance, patterne muc ' d We followed red arrows all the way out to the Olympic Golf an Country Club, starting from the corner of 17th and Ravenna, making the adventure as exciting as a treasure hunt. Corn stalks, sacks of grain, shocks of vegetables, and all the other ' d t s- details of plant-producing which are common to farms, helpe to ran form the Club for the evening. The old clothes which everyone wor tion, however, some of them being so rid that everyone laughed continually. I suppose any of my clothes would ' t for such an affair, but at any rate we dressed in e were the greatest transforma- iculous and others so hideous have been appropria e gunny sack outfits with straw hats to make us regular Tom Sawyers. ' ' l ' all The dance programs were appropriately fashioned of bur ap, in its beauty and fringed edges. Cal Clark and Katrina Harley a arr g the intermission, all of which was definitely a part of the barn atmos- phere. Helen Vernon and Harry Kempel entertained with a darling patter W ' ' f ' ham calico and old dance, both o h d an ed a wonderful program for f them costumed in farm outfits o ging , rags. Chuck Pearson, with his famous comic monologues, given always in Swedish dialect, was decidedly the correct note for the entertainment, I thought. Lastly, Maxine Blakemore presented a novelty tap dance. Wes Brownton and Bill Davidson Were co-chairmen for this dance. 'ix sf View 'W , fi w V. s fiiliiffw. i-5'sEsi5:..55E.:5L?f,-f3,i2'LfLil . . :Fu .J W M 1'-Y E .... 5 15' , f h w L-Ziff'-'f-gi ,S0:'4+1qn,ia: -- .,., " ., f H, ,, . t is-6 ,M H ' - . ' . ., W, - V Qi' ,, -,f1Li'W'ff!E" EF-.""'ifx ff 0 my W fffirii "is . .4 A Q -uf ".-I Z i x Yi. " 1 , , - iff' -7' A . an . . 1 ., - . 4 . .1 . -swf. Mala '-11. 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Ken Rickerl cha' , rrman L 0 L ECEMBER IO. Dear Diary: Though only F rosh are invited to attend the dances given by the Class, I couldn't resist going for a few minutes, when I heard the Freshmen were planning a circus-a real honest-to-goodness circus. fAnyway, I'm quite flattered, dear diary, that I can still-in my old age-pass as one of ' collegiansj The Frolic w our 1nfa as truly a ' ' tine ' III circus, with 'd , pink lemo d S1 e-show b na e and all to h ooths co f the hall h t e Armo , n etti, serpen- y oo of the r ' ry where th ' ' m . eal thing W e tradition l any t1mes Th . e went down a Frosh F rolic has b . e confetti is still in ' to my coat ' een staged so my hair and bits of as I write this account serpentine cling -the party was a Q Soph success ! 01110 re Informal L LQ OVEM as hap e BER 2 D p ned, dear d' . ear Diar : T laryg I hav a Univers' ' y he im ' e actuall ity organl ' possible y seen some zatlon this ' The S money refund evening ophomor C ed hy g. e lass has h ' for sev een plan eral weeks ning an all-U , and toniffh attend h niversit ' g t when W t e dance th y informal e went do , ey refund I l'k ' Wn to the 01 ed twent f' 1 ed the l t l ympic to y- 1ve cents to all ticket-holders. 1 t e yellow and black programs so much-carrying out the class color scheme, I presume. And the lighting effects were splendid, done hy the Olympic management with the cooperation of Howard Nei- kirk president, I was told. Such lighting would improve Eddie Clifford headed the da ' Welsh and ,I many a dance. nce commlttee and was assisted hy Don ohn Edwardson. iffy, ' X-1 'I' TJ 'if ' Az "- Vw, -fa A I , u - iff. , Y . "" ,f.-31' , 1 a' 3535, ' f ' .- 'TL i.z"11 ' A5 WWE , 1 . ,,,, , . ff : f, ' f J' I-4" y QM , fi.: ,sv 'a f, f ff I. -,y fingers w A.-W ah-N . 44.5 V r f, ,A ' X 1 in T, , ' Q"-'fi 1 -- '-5 p a t. . ' 'W ty., V my ff-gn , . .S fp " I' I BW-1s5.2w97S" W, ' iigyfa-:,,.,.4,, ' wha K- 'X ,. . ffl 43.2 . , .ff -J Q . - 5' it ', ff kfi 1, ' ,,.f . , ff ml? Q. ,, f , , 4:246 5 121 '.:, , V- gif 5 , A x, .J-, 1. ' .tw ? . .',.1 1- l-eq., A if -. . -f zff ,- U :ff A s , V , -1 . Q 1 -3 r W J , li 77 010 .AQLLLQQ e first time l Q 9 ANUARY 18. Dear Diary: For th since I've been in college I got up enough nerve to ask a man to Tolo, and now I'm regretting that I've never gone before. The Masonic Temple, which is somewhat smaller than the ballrooms where it has been given in former years, was packed to capacity by the six ff ' of the year where the coed hundred couple asks her gentleman friend out. Members of Mortar Board, Senior womenvs honorary, will probably find this has been one of the most successful dances ever sponsored by the ' d ' the early part of the organization, since the week when they first went on sale. The modernistic motif was carried out in the gay wrappings of the which tonight were lettered with various pillars around the ballroom, 'de meeting places for the dancers. letters of the alphabet to provl Against the gray drape behind the orchestra, the huge copy of the ' 'nd the dancers, perhaps, that there Mortar Board pin stood out, to reml ' ' ciet . Nathan Lynn's troubadours are other things in college besides so y ' ' ' and gown of the University grad- from Tacoma were disguised in the cap M tar Board idea uate to further carry out the or . I less it was natural that I should 'll I ould dance no more. gt lf for s who came to the only a air tickets were sold out uring PAGE 278 I danced tl c ' l d all my partners myse , enjoy every dance so much, since I se ecte once. ' h' ear and all her committee s chairman for Tolo t IS y , h ' en Vesta Swenson wa are members of Mortar Board. The sub-committees and their c alrm ments. helped her to mak e all the necessary arrange gl 2 V :Q ata f A Y- vi ii:-Q, ,- , , ' A ,-- ff 1 . V , -..gy V ..,.,f.,1:,,.ffp,.'g. " H55-:Z-,, , - I J ' ' -f ,N 1. ' ' 7 1: .ky-f+11,2:Sf5 Q7-Mfh ! :rf-1 is -if . -3 -wig: ,fi 2, ,if -,yan Q VI'-1 -V auf ' ffMf5 mq 9 4asg,as issQwQi ,f 2f,f'ffsafae A--A . y . .A.. ,A ' L I f L 7 7 unior rom Q ,.. 5 yn- -Q WU' iypylnc f aa a? aaaafw 'Q ' ' gf if K ff " 2 1' ' af. ijgkfy ' g , '- Q' 454 2 41 sf aaaiiaiffr A r 1 its i f A K in W5 Mi ' Q 'ffl 4 N,fff"fI:m4 hi Sif y? , 1' ' .2-ww fl , I ' , A raazgggrt 2 . M ,7',,.Qf.',, , aggggg' Lf ,Ll John Cartano, chairman L L L EBRUARY I. Dear Diary: The ,Iunior Prom is a thing of the past for I929 and though I've danced till I can dance no more, I must leave a record of it so that in the future I will he reminded of the second formal of the school year. The Dutch motif for the dance was carried out from one end of Eagles' Auditorium to the other, and the decorations were perhaps more pretentious than those of any previous college affair. From the snow and ice which holds Seattle in its grip this week, we stepped into a Dutch landscape of flowering gardens and windmills. As I entered, the first thing I noticed was the huge Windmill in the center of the room, and after that my eyes alighted on the little wooden footbridge which led into the room. At the end of the span which arched over the tiny mirror-like stream, were two little Dutch girls who gave each of the men a bright houtonniere, made in Dutch fashion. As a background for the orchestra, a huge drape depicting a Holland pastoral scene was hung, while in front the I-Iolland motif was further carried out with tulip gardens and tiny Dutch children models. A colored spotlight played around the room during the dances. The bar where refreshments are always served was attended by four Dutch hoys and girls, who served us punch and cookies. Though the entertainment wasnlt Dutch, it was equally as fascinating as the other motif features. The Varsity Serenaders, ,Ioe Olmsted, Bob McMeans, .Ioe Bence and Loren Howard sang a fand I just love the w my ,. I , 1 . .L-. elf "iz I - ei IW' 4' 1 .4 x1vLqW-!!- . 15" PACE 2 79 ii - g group of popular songs ? ay they sing MDoin7 the Iiaccoonnj. Gloria Grafton I sang 4'lVIy Mani' and other hlues as only she can do them. y' QQQQI' fm I ..-afi 'U -. .t ,N .. 5 ,.,. N2 , ' . I ' ,il ,r w I ,, .Ay 1 , '.""- '- ' "J W i -v,. 1.. fffvxsggil' - f , ' . - HW. N. V . Y . 'W I ' 'fi .V u, ' ,A X 1 M. 2 - ff-'Q r . H -,f4,vj. 2 4 yfzfaa t 1 JQZZZZ . ff 7 , V , f g ,f'J6W.13, V' ' .WQZZQZZ f 1- 1 -'- fr 1.5 ."' I I of ,V Q . f'ifa5a?2 yv' 1 -. .- ,A: f Y. fc -f' . M., '97 , craig? Qi 2' .aaa 5 ' 1 ,-, Q ., , 1 69 A v V A, il .1 -15. I.. ,.,. . .fh L 1 . .1 Z: 5,,.A,l,.,, N, A fy, 1 a . kwa, 1 i 1 1 2 3, gk l5,j?aYg5VQ, E IIIIIIII Q INT! 3 G A , . .1 tr LL 77 A en ineelds 'nfornlal Maynard Falconer, chairm 0 L L EBRUARY I6. Dear Diary: I often wonder if my attitude on college dances has changed this year, or if the dances ' those of former years. At any emed to be not only the most themselves are in reality far superior to rate the Engineers' Informal last night se 7 elaborate dance they have ever sponsored, but also the dance at which everyone seemed to have the best time. The mines motif of an Alaskan gold mining camp on the Yukon, was ditorium was decorated with picks and carried out to perfection. The au shovels, dynamite boxes and engineering equipment, though a modern dance floor such as that in the Eagles' Auditorium is difficult to trans- form into anything so primitive as a gold mining camp in the early ,90's, the dancers gained several clear impressions of a mining district. D ' the 13th dance an explosion occurred in one of the mine shafts uring nd a miner climbed out dragging an express wagon full of HGold'7 and a . uSilver" nuggets which were passed around to the dancers. Yes, I got one and brought it home for closer examination and to put away event- somewhat elaborate entertain- ually as a souvenir. These very clever and ments for college dances, such as this explosion or the erection of the ,Iunior Prom Windmill, are truly incentives to attend all the University dances. Ten engineering Seniors were pledged to Tau Beta Pi, engineering . . . b . U honorary, during the D E M usson of the College of Engineering. f the realistic bar from which Whiskey was intermission, the announcement of pledging eing made by Dean . . agn I mustn't omit mention 0 - ' the served to the men and wine to the Women, a real bartendei servlng ' f t 'n. drinks in var1-shaped bottles from a transformed soda oun 31 Q gy:m,.,,.,,.S1w ,...,-,.4., ,if ' K ,V I V I In 45 V Q , ,L ,v,, Q Q 7 t fine ilrts all QQL Fl E M5 Cl: nrlcs Pearson , 1-lzairmlm L Q L EBRUARY 21, Friday. Dear Diary: There has been no all-University dance since the Junior Prom, so this evening proved to be an excellent one for the annual Fine Arts informal. Originally planned by the architects as the Architects' Ball, the plans were enlarged to include artists, actors, musicians and other Fine Arts majors, making of the affair the Fine Arts Ball. The dance was spon- sored by Atelier, architect society. We noticed a new motif never used before in college dances which was the theme of the decorations for the affair tonight. The grapevine idea was used in decorations and refreshments, vari-colored balloons be- ing grouped as grapes in the corners, and grapejuice punch being served for refreshments. There was the usual mad tumbling scene when the balloons were given away as souvenirs. Instead of carrying out the grapevine idea, the programs resorted to the insignia of the four major departments in the Fine Arts department- architect, music, art and drama. The attractive gold and black programs had futuristic inserts for the records of our dances. We purchased a pro- gram before going to the affair, when we heard free organ music in the architect shack the first part of the week. Chuck Pearson and Ed Turner were co-chairmen for the dance. The four pledges to Pi Omega, architect society, Dick Pearce, Peter Jacobs, Charlie Jones and Frank Clemmer, received their pins during the intermission. During the intermission also, Glen Querna and Henry Olschewsky presented a group of banjo and clarinet duets, and George Hansen played piano selections. Alice and Claire Tomowske danced in Russian costumes, reminding us that the dance must also be classed with the Fine Arts. 4 D .mix " .. bv- i Ln .. .Q -' U l r' 'T if " " ' 'iw 5 f sf ff ' ' P eww' ,V f PACE 281 - - i - E-' V . ' .ATLTJ 1' 4-,,, 4' -s. ' -Q:5'ffQ-,-Gt.. . . .f ' 5-1. V If .... 1 ki' f wlfsgfft " 7 ' ,f , ' " I tr 321 ' A " s r ,f 1 J . N , 1 ,,,.,, ,. 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WNMW , , F J QP Visser- . - - tfr , , -N , 1' 'V ,L 'S' ya -1 ,Ewa 55:5 - I 3 fl- ' 1 jis .- i . ,g,, 5, -' ' V2 A as +7 1' .L ., . 1' Q rf f'AL :iff-2 L ' e,,W ,iA. i s j , A 9 5 ,I Et , s "1 3 Q . .1-. 'Y q , f- 1' ws. J, Q. Q W, A. is H.: ,-'- , Y w. ' .S . 4,,- if .y, , 'Q E 53"f?1' f ,Sl J 'I Q !! sg. Q N if l ---'- .- - as Wfe il: K 3 A fy X .X 1 t 'A 5, M p?v,,,, a 2 SX li, R, . W u ' , W I . ,, gMW ,,. :m .L iMQgfefz:aw...f:.st ew sz , 'A . U v 'fi .ra , ,str 'N' fix I f I LQ tt L L Q AY I0. Dear Diary: The last college for- mal I'll ever go to as an undergraduate has come and gone this evening, and though it was a perfect dance, I feel very blue when I contemplate the fact that it is the last. A furlough in Paris, one of the best military ideas I've ever seen, was carried out under the direction of Gaynor Iiangsdorf and the rest of h1s committee. I heard earlier this spring that they wired John Mo ders, who is the author of 44Wings," for suggestions in carrying out this idea. Whether he did help them materially or not, the idea and the man- ner in which it was carried out was just splendid, because it was definitely military and at the same time so apropos for a college dance-where an hilarious time is supposed to be had by all fw nk Saun- hether the affair is formal or notj. I was so thrilled when they announced the pledges to Scabbard and Blade, the military honorary, and though most of the upperclassmen had seen the ceremony before at other Cadet Balls, I could see that many of the Freshmen were visibly enthralled by the procession of new pledges. The yearlings, all in all, had probably the best time at the party of any h f ' t all-University formal for them, and they b ' itiated into the idea of the college one class, because it was t e 1rs turned out almost en masse to e 1n formal. As is the custom, all the advanced officers Wore their uniforms and acted real military. The members of Scabbard and Blade performed the ceremony of holding up their crossed swords to make an aisle for the new pledges to pass through. It reminded me of a Wedding, and I realized that this custom is one of the most impressive that the Army has. Gaynor Langsdorf, chairmai V: ,Y .A f. .. s9..t,m,,M'EQw .. . s p sm, 5 , V, , A V . 'Aww ll 67 review A A A A A A 1 f X, , W . W -,f ..f-' ,,.wb 1. a6Zf2,ju,V:nvA f .-ff.sg52m2m,' ' f Elizabeth Wright L L L EAR Diary: The last dance is ended, the last song is sung, and I sit down to write a review of this year's social whirl in University circles-a review that will sum up for me the principal events of the year, a review that will make for me a pleasant memory of those college dances I attended this year. There is that group of three all-University formals: the Varsity Ball, the Cadet Ball, and the Junior Prom. Each and all of them represent the most pretentious of the University dances. One a quarter, they are bright spots in the date book of the coed. The three formals this year were remarkable for their lack of that traditional stiffness which so often char- acterized the formal dance, their more informal atmosphere has been contributed not a little by the type of decorations, the peppy music and the advance publicity. I look back with pleasure at the various class dances because each one of them boasted a unique feature which drew persons from outside the class. The Frosh circus, the Sophomore informal and the Junior-Senior Barn Dance, all featured a special motif and produced added induce- ments to students other than members of the class to attend. The other all-University affairs were each sponsored by individual organizations which annually entertain for the whole University. The Engineers' Informal, Tolo, the Fine Arts Ball and the Knights of the Hook Informal, all fall in this classification. For a period of several years these groups have sponsored all-University informals. f ,Q ,, -j emi: , . I I .V bl' :e ,,. , 4 1,1 1:41 1. '- --'--- 1 45,331 ' Vf Q '. "3'Z35B.v7 ' .- , Q' .' . www. ,. . t ,-:Y ' f ' X w 1 ,WWA vm 'W 1, J f 'V fry" 34 .:gz,Wr., . t . Z i' fi, 1 , ' 111592 new W -111, .1 ,215 "1 -1,732.53 I X G i 1 i y X .wi f :J H 'f me L. - , ,. .,m,ff 11311 f: 1.-In ww Q: "fi 1 Q. f ,g, , 3,,.:' Q.1, 1 K ,, , . .51 K A .g.,:3,-at " 12 23251 tw r, aff L ,mac 'e ' ',,z'u'f ' Ls?-if-if.. bl 2 if "NW 15223 , 5 1 I fw- , 1--f iz :lvl me Mc,-' i E ,, , Hi, 'Ss 51 W ff :mg PAGE 2 as - m -2 Each of these dances provided a different kind of entertainment. All A in all, this yearis social season seems to me, dear diary, as nearly perfect as it it possible to have it. Q l 2 L, Fx if X V. 'A xx t fl- AKMR,-2,-.-.4 f X, A A onder of the world - - pretty play good grades ffshe has the ugliest nosev- took her pin away- Wi don't lnean to he cattynw phi chi dinners - -6'he's the cntest frosh 99- lady politi CiilllSA 66 - announced her engag elllelll 99 44444 activity h0lllldS A A Ill! more chan ce to fool Gelll A A 44 4444 XJ . 2 N v dj V' . ,fl-Qfgvlh-4161, 4 fasri, 97,7 .. 1 -'11 15 , -f-42 ' . Y 1' N5 k, 1- ' ll! ll nic: izlss ciation Johnslone, Leil: OFFICERS- FLORENCE M. Joi-INSTONE ,............,...... President ABIGAIL LEIK ......,.. .. ....... Secretary-Treasurer RUSHING RULES COMMITTEE- Georgia Case, Chairman Helen Snyder Alice Somers Virginia Rupp CONSTITUTION COMMITTEE-- Alice Rupp, Chairman Abigail Leik Florence M. Johnstone Vesta Swenson SOCIAL COMMITTEE- Hope Turner, Chairman Margaret Evans Katrina Harley f ,f n.,I., , . . . , , G , 1 1 ' 1 .. Y 1 , t O, , t,n,n , ,, ,fn-,,:f, , .V E aww ? iggafg ag 1, 1.1.1-.11 1 esif ' 21 ik'-1 i PAGE 287 i - - - ... 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Beta Phi Alpha .....,., Chi Omega .,,..,.,,,,, Delta Delta Delta ...... Delta Gamma ....... Delta Zeta ........ PAGE 2 as - l 1 15 ? 1 W , , ,, "". i ,.,. ll ni ele ates H lv McElhnney Tripp- Swenson, Dliller, Dfoorc, Evans, ar ev, C hlin Cooper Butler, Barnett, Johnstone Thompson, Abel, Payzunl, Dllg , , Turner, James, Wike, Cook, Stevens, Iones, Lesler, Rupp L Ll ........Audrey Tripp ...,..Vesta Swenson ,.......Alice Miller ...,....Edith Moore ......Margaret Evans Katrina Harley ,.Marie McElhaney .Herma Thompson ......,...D0rothy Abel ......Marian Payzant Margaret Coughlin ....,.,.Mildred Butler Gamma Phi Beta ......,.... Kappa Alpha Theta ..,.,., ...... Kappa Delta ......,........... Kappa Kappa Gamma ....,, Lambda Omega .......A.. Phi Mu ................... Phi Omega Pi ,....... Pi Beta Phi ..,....,....... Pi Sigma Gamma ....,.,, Sigma Kappa ............ Theta Upsilon ........ Zeta Tau Alpha ...... J X QZQQQW5 ,. f , em , f k 4 , fa, Eileen Beldon .Kelso Barnett M. Johnstone ,....,.....,......H0pe Turner ......Clare Cooper ..........B.uth James ....,,.,Dorothy Wike Cook ........Gladys Stevens .......Bernice Jones .......Edith Lester ......Alice Rupp page 2 Sa K1 ,. .- -W-53.,g3f, .. A II ,gIIvI,J-II, N a Q3 5 'Q-,im , V QW f. j., H mi: Y' f ,,w.',f1 X AA ' X hwsnmvawmg , 4 , Q V. . Q7 " ' yy, f ff' 75336256 f .. f- f?i,1ff3z vii? fi fag! X . yr W Z Q , X . 15 ' fr' . K W., ,af 1 5,39 ,K 4 V11 f f ff ,s tax , 1 Z - , ZZ 2 fx 6 Z! W J lllh ff 1 A h' I HL f" ' , ,ga p .1 uv I ,. F' 5' FN I, R-X If 1j2 l.'l .f i ' -all til t ' l f r my 4' M f '-' 1' 1 l u' , M -Mil , lilly ff . 4 . - ii? mann. Abel, Adjutant, Blakemore, -Brookes, Brown, Cannon, Daggett Darling, Dodds, Draper, DuBois, Eastwood, Ealon, Evans, Grncocli, Hidden, Hallowell, Iles, Kendler Kinzel, Lamb, Lapham, MacDonald, McMartin, Maltby, Massar, McClinton, Merigold, Muirh ' Peach, Porter, H. Potts, M.Patts, Rothwell, Rutherford, Sheldon, Sha ' Tadlock, Thomas, Tripp, G. Vanderspek, N. Vander' ead, -Mulmx, Noftsinger w, Smallmg, 1. Smith, S. Smith, Sutherland spelt, Wager, Wallace, Whalley, While, Williams W , ilson, Young Q Q L 1616 EAST FIFTIETH STREET FOUNDED AT DEPAUW UNIVERSITY, GREEN CASTLE, INDIANA, IN 1885 51 Chapters, Rho Chapter Chartered in 1910 Graduate Member Dorothy E. Draper Seniors Florence Merigold Margaret Potts Joyce Smith Jean Sutherland Audrey Tripp Dorothy Porter Irene Schofield Shirley Smith Ruth Tadlock Theodosia Whalley Juniors Marian Abel Jean DuBois Nymah Noftsinger Virginia Supple Eleanor Wallace Dorothy Adjutant Frances Grocock Helen Potts Naomi Thomas Edythe Williams Maxine Blakemore Charlotte MacDonald Catherine Smalling Geraldine Vanderspek Lavelle Wilson Lucyreta McMartin Florence Wager Sophomores Virginia Brookes Katherine Darling Florence Eaton Pauline Massar Florence Rothwell V4 Helen Daggett Dorothy Dodds Helen Kendler Eileen Mulnix Harriet Towne ,g..i-fi' Mary Eastwood Lenore Peach f .4 - Pledges j. 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Sweflertburg, Swenson, Wahl 4547 EIGHTEENTH AVENUE NORTHEfXST FOUNDED AT WESLEYAN WOMEN,S COLLEGE IN 1851 47 Chapters, Alpha Them Chapter Chartered in 1917 Faculty lVIeml9ers Edna Benson Mary Helen Byers Leone Helmich Bernice Patterson Katherine Rader Honorary Menl-ber Mrs. James McConshey Graduate Member Maxine Blake Seniors Kathryn Constans Mary Lou Houx Frances Morris Charlotte Smith Vivienne Planlondon Vesta Swenson Marjorie C Emma ,, sl? z ,, G f . ,. ., ,ga ,,, 1 v 7 p4fL.Q5,.V,.x f 5 it " .:::.. . Q Q , ar , '1 4 245 Zixwgffzgl ff? 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Weed, 4710 Myrtle Moe Dulcic Miriam B Angus Nelda Benicia Genther D . orls Hagdahl Fosse ailey Marian Clark Phyllis Corbett Borghild Flatebo Elizab Mary Bixby eth Arnold Gretchen Erspamer Clara Kelly Frances Killea tv Campbel Sf. ,is-. , I Marybeth Fudd . en Betty Hunter .luliet Hord Mary .lo Lattner Mary Magoon zller, E. Mill Stevens, Stins Welch, Weuer ' ' er, on, Tanner, T l , Williams, D. f L e ford, Ul Worcester, V. Worcester ll SEVENTEENT H AVENUE Nonrm-:AST FOUNDED AT TRANSYLVANIA COLLEGE IN 1919 15 Chapters, Them Chapter Ch ' Faculty M'en Elizabeth S. Soule Graduate Mem Seniors Lola Jackson Emily Johnson Margaret Long Juniors Helen Hutchinson Sophomores ,aret Mack Verna Stinson Marv Pledges Virginia McCandlish Charlotte Mitchell Frances Mullen arlered m 1920 zber bers Ruth W illiams Alice Miller Elma Miller Hortense Miller Jane Lees Florence Paulson Fl Luell Weed Violet Vllever oren ce Wla rd Katherine Olson Hazel Owlev son, Jackson .lah , nson H. Miller, Mitchell vesmrl , Word Clau Margit Tanner dia Nichols Elizabeth Welch Dorothy Worcester Virginia Worcester Henrietta S lb ' 8 QV. is CTW? . t 'mmfze . tevens 1 Grace Telford Miriam Sill Elsa Ulvestad Wilma Nelson page 291 'Wi:2'4v. - 'ff . 'V , ' ' ff- ' " Wi ' .. , . 5 'Efcy L'2.fJ5HVI1E'-sf-7, ' -V, ff? X Tliflf. 'V ' 2.f?1wtY:1:gV,., , A V' - .-.' , ' "WI, we-5 '1af4y'V. . ' . V ,,.,f . - if V , gr.-'VL A . -'Vi'!,:vi x r . . 1 ' ZS' C .J , . -1 1 :V.:uh..- V QE'.i-inf . .. V V 1 e V. , M IQ X , L ,?x,,QYrJ97eQiwf?h Q A 3 X- . . X pw eanwxff X im xx iizfri are -aims, ,,.,ffr' 1 . 'X 0 1- sariiyf f4if'i,3,"M s ,iw-fgt"?l-?fL'W""' 1-,fl'I9Q'Z?f7ii wwf .. 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Wright L Ethel Burns Florence Gage Margaret Collett Doris Dean Catherine .lones Myrtle Genung Florence Gibson Mary Margaret Doyle Lucile Edwards Marian Elder L L 11126. 'Viffii ff W'-QL2.fe,3i"-i 1 ,,,"". 'f7J2i'. 'K 1, 'ill 1- 5 412e2i.j,5Z?il, 'ff ' ' i " A 1 fifxi 2 A :aff mf V3 4 ff - f' -V . 'f ng, pipe. 4515 TWENTY-FIRST AVENUE NORTHEAST FOUNDED AT Svmcuss Umvsnsrry IN 1904 38 Chapters: Iota Chapter Chartered in 1909 Faculty Member Velda P. Cundiff Graduate Member Alice Gates Seniors Violet Landeck Adelaide Lewis Juniors Edith Moore Catherine Overturf Lois Penny So phom ores Betty Kuhefuss Pledges Lillian Eng Leana Faurot Emmilla Lacey Mildred McPherson Marjorie Rabel Margaret Roadnight Elizabeth Schenk .lean Shipley Louise Lage Gladys McCloud Ruth McCargar Louise Pope Eileen Whittall Elizabeth Wright Dorothy Sproule Helen Tegtmeier Lucile Wonderly Beatrice Mieth Elizabeth Thomas .lane Wolf Leona Woodhani Dorothy Wright ,Qi if ,J page 292 X ,fi Qaqsx sgaaaa ffvmibs, tr-a,vf,+: lug f 'X 1,2 x , iw 4.5, .' .,,,f,:, ,-an-ff -x A: . -a: 4? f10?L."qAf'f-z-nGW--.- 'Ansel sz., ,..-rf:-ff f ff, -.-vw 2'-mfs: re- Wing? if-+'fQ5f'52::i11h'f"Qy'.7Z'1":.kWTf?f3?w. Alf?-?fff"'f fqzi' ref ' X -,f-, f"bQ 5'rL'f' f fl fi'-'Nb--, ,4fs:'Q1'fggeff' ,ef ef' G-1f1'E?f1f -fs ,river-, EQ"-'f -,ffl 5 fe . 'J " , A m' '55-'sf gf- 4,25 'irfw 5. 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A l ...mf ..., . . .3 Q 1906 EAST FORTY-Fu-'TH FOUNDED AT BARNARD COLLEGE IN 1897 36 Chaptersg Upsilon Chapter Chartered in 1915 Seniors Irene Baker l Olive Fitz Winona Flanders Roberta Mudgett Julia Nichols Margaret Evans Gertrude McCanne Melanie Peterson Juniors Dorothy Benton Grace Ginger Marjorie Mayo Maxine Norris Mildred Schneider Jean Bishop Mary Hilke Eileen Monks Ruth Nunan Alice Stuntz Adelaide Cole Marcella Lawler Elizabeth Reeves Eleanore Tiedeman Sophomores gg:-y Edith Beachwood Kathleen Bradshaw Aletha Huffman Elizabeth .laneck Elizabeth Morris Edna Mae Bidwell Marian Elder Helen Lea Virginia Parrish Pledges Sally Sue Allen Martha Beeuwkes Lois Ewing Mildred Larson Margaret Reid Thelma Badgley Barbara Clark Dorothy Hall Phyllis Mayo Mary Genevieve Scott Marjorie Beeuwkes Margaret Dinham .lane Kenyon Ellen Mudgett Frances Stauffer page 293 ' I A , y . 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Franks, Harley, Hawley, Hayes, Hoyt, Humphreys, Hurd, Irwin, Larson Leverenz, Lilsey, Little, lllayrun, Mcliarron, Nichols, Percy, Perks, Pickerell, Rowland Seymore, Sheehan, Smith, Stangland, Storey, Swedlund, Taylor, Thompson, Todd, Warren L .L Q 1900 EAST FORTY-SEVENTH AVENUE FOUNDED AT Svrmcusz Umvmxsxrx' nv 1872 31 Chapters, Sigma Chapter Chartered in 1914 Graduate llilembers Anne Bayless Allen Carletta Anderson Edythe Hartley Elinor Baird Ruth Cleveland Margaret von Alvensleben Alice Blythe Sarah Margaret Franks Helen Cameron Margaret Chambreau Mary Condon Harriet Larson Katrina Harley Connie Hastings .layne Garvin Kathleen Hoyt Elizabeth Dent Charlotte Donnelly Eleanor Elford Seniors Florence Neeley Molly Perks Juniors Ruth Irwin May Dene Leverenz Sophomores Vera Humphreys Phyllis Hurd Virginia Litsey Pledges Tommy Franks .lean Hawley Kate Hayes Helen Mayrand Transfer Loretta McBarron K4 fe, Helen Clare Nelson Gladys Seymore Gretchen Percy Mary I. Sheehan .lean Little Ellen Rowland Peggy Nichols Helen Pickerell Priscilla Storey ..t 1- . N .ra-ww ,..,.fa-1: .lf we-:G-i . - 1 "?Jw:3'.-3:-.q::': , ax e -5'-fr:-T ' ' " ,- ' , 'Q , ' V, , . 5, . .. rw N sf - , ,fe- Helen Stangland Doris Trick Dorothy Thompson Sarah Todd Janet Smith Alice Thompson Zelda Toohey Una Swedlund Martha Taylor Kathryn Warreli page 2 94 ra. .E 5, V - WVW V , 1 ,t fx . -V V' f5L'r'-2 Jffwf ' ' '. an Q -1-21z:af,..n-ian' Vif-WM.5:ff'2Vaf? VV I ' giwgti IQ? ,Var f- , we, fE,gzEff' V1 4 W ". . Vsiwfii ew, ,V , t we EV:feV2VEVqsf2Qzi '1 TAM- -f ss' 'gn :E-rf' ,. ' ' ci tes ga? V, ' ,,.f. fair . ,EAU , .V -7, N , j a- ,V,V:51,Vz, ,,VV,V,,f.VV.w,tVz K ' -2:41 . - --f- ' 3 -..,,f tg-J I .VS ' f:Vv'L V: 4V2iVfs't ' '--vf : V VV Ls . film- L KV VW' VV! nf .I .- . Hr x V qf,w :V-QV-gas f ttqgt-vase' am 1-V " V-:1 E32Va2s Q fit . 1striVf1t A . H ft- ' -- LV: 'K :VV Vt f'- -J V g ii . 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Washbltrn, Widman, Williams, Zeeuw Dorothy A dami Elsie Clodius Helen Dagg Joan Hutchinson Doris Hyatt Charlotte Brigham Alberta Campbell Virginia Davidson Virginia Beatty Carolyn Bryant Mary Buchan Edith Cosby page 293 .qu '1lf4""f tr W' 4, Q ll 4541 NINETEENTH AVENUE NORTHEAST FOUNDED AT LOMBARD COLLEGE, GALESBURG, ILLINOIS, IN 1893 46 Chapters, Nu Chapter Chartered in 1907 Dorothy Dowler Kathryn Higgins Violet Megrew Medaline Mignerey Phyllis Dent Margaret Hart Marianne Dunsmoor Geraldine Davis Isabel Duthie Nita Edmonds Cornelia Edelen Betty Babcock like ...t 'Wt mf 1 Graduate Member Vilva Cory Seniors Marie McElhaney Helen Myers Grace Phelan Juniors Patience Simenstad June Sibley So phomores Eleanor Keating Gwendolyn Keith Catherine La Plant Pledges Sigrid Halvorsen Cora Hanson Elizabeth Hatfield Margaret Hull Transfers 4-,.1 .-N v t Harriet Ross Mary Margaret Sanders Virginia Smith Margaret Soll Marion Pratt Ottilie Richter Josephine Jacobsen Myrtle Johnson Carol Kirby Beatrice Kauffman Eva Clare Kirkwood Marie Kirkwood Kathleen Scott Wilma Tippett Rosemary Widmail Pauline Stevens Anna Zeeuw Marian Ross Marian Stewart Jane Washburn Ruth Ross Virginia Ross Evelyn Washburn Margaret Williams V V,- V V, g s, . 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Murray, Nelson, Nirholson, Ortman, Paxton Raymond, Ross, Schoephaesler, Severance, Thomson, Wiley, Wrighl, Wunderlich L ll 4543 EIGHTEENTH AVENUE NORTPIEQXST FOUNDED AT THE UNIVEIISITY OF CALIFORNIA IN 1903 1 J 19 Chaplersg Delta Chapter Chartered in 1923 Seniors Theodora Burge Marie Hogan June Wunderlich Louise Nicholson Hermia Thomson Eleanor Harris Mar Leik Dona Mclioberts Margaret Ross Alice Wfile Y ca y Ora Murray Juniors Frances La Montague Mary McCauley Frances Porter Ruth Severance Theodora Sween , 1253 ,A Sophomores 54' - . TQQ5: -I - ri " . . . Y M n Ablgall Lelk Barbara Paxton S-, Q ,': QglfQ7 'aQ'0 Pledges Dorothy Baker Ella Elston Hester Lacken Janet Muir ,Natalie Raymond Frances Chamberlain Marcella Hackett Olive Mathias Isabel Murray Jeanne Schoephoester MHFIOH Doudlah Dorothy Hwatum Lia Merritt Elva Jo Nelson Ida Thornton Helen Elllott Ella Kelly Marjorie McIntosh Ruth Ortman Joan Wrigllt ' w Florine McIntosh P5 ,sg ,471-,N .l"if'J 57. , -11. 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Moore, Murray, Nlbholson, Pampel, Pritchard, Reed, Renshaw, Rhodes, Ross, Sargent Sillman, Slipper, Smith, Stewart, Stinchfield, Strass, Stubenrouch, Taggart, Tennant, Tuttle, Wetherell Dorothy Abel Helen Adair Helen Armistead Katherine Brown Kathryn Bean Rachel Berry Doris Cedergreen Dorothy Christiancy Gladys Bartlett Dorothea Catlett Harriette Chase L QQ 1,717 EAST FORTY-SEVENTH STREET FOUNDED AT TI-IE UNIVERSITY or ARKANSAS IN 1895 84 Chapters, Washington Alpha Chapter Chartered in 1909 Isabelle Dearing Dorothy Doernbecker Elsie Ewing Rhea Kessler Barbara Bellman Flavia Bracken Maxine Davis Esther DeMoss Romayne Fuller .lean Condon Marion Hartnett SusaII Jones Loraine Coy Seniors Beth Macklem Edith McGinnis Marian Meservey Eloise Moore Juniors Ruth Franklin Ruth Gardner Sophomores Sarah Hunt Cornelia Maclntyre Harriet Malstrom Pledges Frances Kinne Ethel Kuist Transfers Frances Deskin Z Y .lulia Murray Isobel Renshaw Helen Rhodes Katherine Ross Carol Jones Margaret Pritchard Helen Reed Josephine Smith Dorothy Tennant Carolyn Limbach Irene Nicholson Dorothy Pampel Margaret Moore Bessie Sillman Lorna Slipper Yalgene Tuttle Jessie Wicker Elizabeth Taggart Evelyn Stewart Margaret Stinchfield Mildred Strass Ethel Sargent Baetty Stubenrouch June Wetherell 'I Ad, Ie 5 ' mn- ,474 ' , as-f-1 ' f.!f , , ,, .3 ,I Jw - 1, IQ ff - , Q - 'f ' , , I 2 z, I ' 2 ma , ,, M-'te,,IW I ay ,fm if - ' ' E J, -v A ,' f, , ,..: ..I,,, I, I f s fav' if 'fn 194 ' :L 5V If 1 A YQ,V,,,.2f 'Ez ': 3,16 X. 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Smith, Snyder, Sools, Spear, Spicer, Stratghl, Tzffen, Walsh, Wellmurne, WIILIHS, Young, oungren L LL 4527 TWVENTY-FIRST AVENUE NORTHEAST I - I ijt' FOUNDED AT BOSTON UNIVERSI1'Y IN 1888 gl-f 71 Chaplersg Theta Alpha Chapter Chartered in 1909 :fn .af Faculty Members Dr. Edith Dohie Miss Mary Brown Miss Frances Libbee Graduate Members Kathryn Allen Marie Berlin Elizabeth Cardwell Leslie Hubbell Lorene Southwell Katherine Case Seniors Georgia Case Helen Delbar Eleanor Holden Helen Miller Lorna Smith Janet Connick .lean Fitzsilnmons Margaret Matheson Marion Payzant Marguerite Ward Eula Curry Hazel Fulp Marcene Riley Elizabeth Welborll ,I u niors Lucia Austin Ruth Curry Eva Froula Theodora Smith Mary Medalon Soots Priscilla Baker Marian Duncan Catherine Ceis Caroline Snyder Kathryn Young . Sainaria Outouse 4 hx . Sophomores I s, Q ' Nma Bachelder Mary Beutel Ethel Huntlngton Marjorle Mines Deena Philbrick 121 'V ,, -- . . . . Donna Balch Sylvla Froula Dorcas Leslie Dorothy Morrlson Evelyn Younggren 77 . W Dorothy Moeglinv N " V. b Y A ' Pledges ' Grace Bailey Olivia Easter Helen McKenne Olive Mathias Willimae Straiffht - 1 1 ly 1 b v Cleone Brown Charlotte FIIZSIIIITIIOIIS Martha McMillan Katherine Powers Mary Ellzabeth Tlffen SHHY Cale Beverly Holtenhouse Mary McMillan Eva Speir Beatrice Walsh Charlotte Draper Mary McCarthy .lane Spicer Virginia Wilkins Transfers Vernadel Keith Barbara Parker Helen Steele iii .Q -1,8 , ,A ul . " 'R , -. , ,. -' . -' r . ,. 4- ,, . 4 . , - ,. f X '..- i gm' W if 'lf , , hi We I ' .I f N Lx, ,... -. 4,kg,UQ-aaa,-,ss .ft lf ,..,, fsz..s.a..,f..s.,.,,,.e,Y- e H A- -A -' fr ---A W V' f '1,fZVfiL'1'W5' vi Y: ffl LA: " ,wa , :., , . V 'f ,,,eLLkt.sL:m4ia 1' ...t -fgziasara page 299 f L ,xg In rr 4 -Cr?V'Dr A ,CV I A nz: nm' llitzvbfffff ' f W-'fe' .'., ' , :wi If -Iv? ,, g,,5,,y,a'. QI155 -f 4 ' I -Q my III-5 .., .gfi VA V Lv. WZ, 'i I - 1-'I-I VI aa, II' -I c , f' I --swf Iv. 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Somers, E Summers, Tennant, Thompson, Tobias, Woempner, Zamberlin L LQ 2012 EAST FORTY-FIFTH STR EET FOUNDED AT L oU1s SCHOOL Oxro s RD, 411 Chapters: Beta Chapter Chart MISSISSIPPI, IN 1874 ered in 1903 Faculty Member Ruth Grant Seniors Kintosh, Markham . Somers, Street Thalia Brady Helen Carlson Catherine Deyette Virginia Diem Eleanor Boyles Betty Brandt Audrey Ames .lean Coffman Billie Dean Mary Grace Everett Margaret Coughlin Lorna Davidson Marian Ferriss Barbara Fritcll Rachel Brown Margaret Carlson Virginia Clemans .lanet Fergison Lorene Gritman Barbara Heiser Katherine McCroSkey Lucia Fryer Wilhelmina Kettenbac Juniors .lean Graham Sophomores Louise Collins Virginia Drake Frances Green Pledges Hope McMillin Betty Nash Ruth Norberg Ruth Lawton h Crispin Lippincott Caroline Lindberg Lannon Merrill Norma Leslie Mary Grace Markham Helen Tobias Mary Pope Catherine Powers Mary Eloise Quilliam Mary McQueen Street .lean Ma CKllltOSll Vo, ,,,,. 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Wilson, Wuthenow, Zug L LQ 4535 EIGHTEENTH AVENUE NORTHEAST FOUNDED AT Ml.AMI UNIVERSITY, Oxroan, OHIO, IN 1902 53 Chapters: Kappa Chapter Clmrterell in 1913 Nettie Bailey Harriet Jansen Sarah Harrington Elizabeth Horstman Bernice Ferrier Margaret Duckering Irene Gill Letah Hanna Katherine Hayes Lillian Horn Faculty Menzbers Gladys Ferrier Seniors Helen Jensen Martha Mellinger Juniors Carol Longabough Beth Morgan Sophomores Harriet Hopkins Donna Kicher Pledges Alice Horstman Dorothy Jensen Nancy Lawshe Inez McCormack Transfer Marjorie Hull Kirsten Newburry Thelma Olson Lois Potter Charlotte Rigg Alice Moss Madeline McKinley Katharine Middleto Mildred Perry ll Florence Prendergast Louisa Seifert Virginia Priem Frances Rawson Thelma Wilsoxi Frances Ann Zug Margaret Thomson Elizabeth Tubby Helen Warde Elizabeth Wilson Mildred Wilson Margaret Thompson Dorothy Wilthenowv if 'II : . , . ,J X .., Page 300 -1.3- is l wI"QI7X El., 2,4 ,. A ,P gggg ., '. 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Szzunder, Stimpson Stuart, Town, Urquhart, Van Leuven, W'infree, Wiseman L ll 4529 SEVENTEENTH AVENUE NORTHEAST FOUNDED AT SYRACUSE UNIVERSITX' IN 1874 36 Chuptersg Lambda Chapter Chartered in 1903 Eileen Belden Evelyn Canfield Amy Churchill Louise Brady .lane Brehm Kathryn Callow Pryde Atkinson Gladine Beamer Mabel Chestnut Lois Braden Margaret Carpenter Virginia Clark Bernice Donahue Winnifred S. Haggett Helen Gorham .lane Horsfall Ruth Joseph Helen Coburn Betty Cotton Edna Eikenhary .lane Clough Helen Dickinson Lois F lohr Myra Heinze Betsy Lee Janet Lilly Faculty M embers Graduate Members Seniors Mary McKeown Ruth Nettleton Margaret Rucker Juniors Harriet Frost Phyllis Graham Sophomores Elizabeth Ederer Arlea Fletcher Elizabeth Kelley Pledges Virginia Loomis Marie McDonald Helen Moldstad Imogene Rousseau Ruth Hubley Catherine Redpath Kathryn Taylor Louise Harron Elsie Harvey Cornelia Ireland Helen lVlcKinstry Patricia Peterson Margaret Anne Olson Virginia Pierce Edythe Richards Alice Saunders Gladine Thompson Virginia Wester Theodosia Winfree .lean Kelly Elizabeth Pierce Nan Saunders Patricia Stuart Ruth Ann Shepherd Alice Van Leuven Hermaine Stimpson Dorothea Town Katherine Urquhart Bernardine Wiseman ' M .. f-4 1' .sr ' EQ fi? 1' I -.Q-1 ' "2 w e - I ," ,,:lfyff-'V45-7,E1ff,., 'l f - if .4 .I 6' ' .f ff ' I ssg,Mz1,aa.,iml ,Q af' ,QIFVKCQ l 5 -WM- - gina www Ma-ff ' I z :eff li zz f Ie 1.5. in I iievzffgff It If 591:24 4114, y . 1 z':,?WIJ! 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Kelly, Kerman, Kerr ews 4 c ra , v axon, oo , oore, 'e cm, o e, . s erman tlh 'lIG1hMMl Md M All Nbl BO! ' wall, Shryock, Skeel, Sloan, Sz. Clair, Stevens, Turner . .,., , ,, if . ,e , 5 ' "4 , ,Q 1 ,ig gut-. :,,4, . . W1 , ,, t ll' if , , 3 Fahey, Ferry, . , Laube, Lawrence, Lay, Loe, Ilia , R. Oslerman, Phelps, Prael, Robb, Schulrheis, be Q l Kelso Barnett Janice Coshun Ruth Anderson .flea A 1- ' Virginia Barnett 1 Eleanor Bush Q, Ruth Carlson Vesta Bodwen Myra Caley Mary Helen Carr e Frances Chas Marcia Brown L UE lNORTHEAST 4521 SEVENTEENTH AVEN FOUNDED AT Der-Auw U-NIVERSITY IN 1870 rs, Alpha Lambda Chapter Chartered in 1908 48 Chaplc Graduate Members Helen Williams Katherine McRae Smith Seniors ' Sewall Eleanor Ernst Betty Grace Helel 1 Mae Dilling Dorothy Evans A Helen Field Margare t Johnson Curtiss Celia Frances Field Mary Stewart Fe Marian Cheney rry Florence Fahey on Constance Ort Juniors DeLora Lee Laube Sophomores Evelyn Kellogg Virgil Ruth Loe Pledges adsby Kennan s Kerr iia lxellog, Margaret G Mary France Katherine McGrath Transfers . 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Erving, Glick, Heffron, Higgins Horst, Howard, Izett, Johnstone, Innes, Lake, Leonard, Livesly, MacAuIey, Oliver Peters, Prilchard, Proohowska, Russell, Sayer, Shryock, Treadwell, W ' .L LQ ard, Weyer, Wxldberger 4524 SEVENTEENTH AVENUE NORTHEAST FOUND:-:D AT VIRGINIA STATE NORMAL IN 1897 es Ch - ' Helen Drake Taina Erving Catherine Brennan Kathryn Carothers Helen Engdahl Roberta Briggs Betty Lee Burt Mary Christiansen Dorothy Cline apters, Sigma Iota Cha Graduate Member Mrs. Bernice Brooks Seniors Ethel Heffron Charlotte Jones Yadwiga Prochowska Juniors Helen Click Sophomores Genevieve Leonard Betty Pritchard Pledges Jacqueline Cflsad pzer Chartered in 1921 S Lloyd Betty Russell Mildred Treadwell Marguerite Oliver Certrude Walter Margaret Weyer Mildred Howard Ethel Livesly Florence M. Johnstone B Helen Wildberger etty Ward . Flora Horst Mildred Peters Helen Engdahl Janet lzett Margaret Sayer Lila Erving Florence Lak Belt H' ' e Esther Shyrock y lggIl'IS Doreen McAuley 0 . , 5-ii! 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L ze 5-,Q 4 'en f E, ,V -. an V ' N . V - .1 ' se V. 1, ,reNs:V:s1pwv1,s'3FiQKsQ V v- '- 2 ' 1- Q- 1' fa Lf' f - . ' 'Ki '-I 1' .9-maze, - , 3 -V -iff. A .' '- f ' . V' ,-la ., 'r 1 w r ,, -, .rw . ,"'v---Y 'z r' f ' . T" 'fri "'f"i:: W If i1'1'-'iv'r1f'isSe fQ 1123" 'N N-QW , p :U,,i'i gi?Ei355l3g ,1 R:SEUJtSlaQ'.gli.iZl'l5!.,. Q.'T55,z'2.-T'-'fLfQl.'..e. '- ,Q ,75.v1.:.a.Z3-1-.rzff s Harriet Baird Kitty Baum Beatrice Ca ches Nancy Grimes Elaine Bryggar Marjorie Gellatly Barbara Jane Averill Mildred Mackeberg Marion Bates Margaret Bennett Averill, Backelzerg, Baird, Bates, Baum, Bennett, Brown Bryggar, Butler, Clyde, Carey, Cruikshank. Gavhes, Gellatly, M. Goodwin, S. Goodwin, Grimes, Hadley, Harris Hedges, Hicks, Hillman, Hynd, Johnson, Lombard, C. Mathewsan, N. Malhewsan, Mcllravy, Mclntyre, McLeod, Meisnes: Merriam, Naglevoort, 0'Neill, Parker, Peniston, Reynolds, Schmidt, Smith, Snyder, Stewart. Taylor, Tennant Thompson, Torrey, Turner, Ulman, Watkins, Wilt, Winter, Worthington L QQ 4504 EIGHTEENTH AVENUE NORTIiEAST FOUNDED AT MoNMoUr1-1 COLLEGE, MONIVIOUTH, ILLINOIS, IN 1870 57 Chapters, Beta Pi Chapter Chartered in 1905 Polly Brown Shirley Goodwin Elsie .lane Hadley Betty Johnson Elizabeth Kayser Renee Butler Margaret Clyde Eleanor Corey Mary Goodwin Belva Harris Seniors Sally McLeod Helen Meisnest Juniors Retha Hicks Belle Hillman Sophomores Anne Parker Dorthea Peniston Pledges Frances Hedges Betty Hilliard Cornelia Mathew Mary Mcllravy Transfer Betty Stewart Nancy Mathewson Helen Snyder Elizabeth Hynd Louise Schmidt A Margaret Smith Betty Nagelvoort Peggy O,Neill Gladys Reynolds Elizabeth Ann Taylor .lean McIntyre Mary Torrey Mary Elizabeth Vlfalkins Esther Cruikshank Hope Turner Florence Tennant Evaline Thompson .lane Uhlmann Francel Wilt Frances Winter Betty Worthington page 304 .'., 3 ., "5 X1 K I ' A f ,N A f , ' . , n 1 xy V ,M V. 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NE 1 lx , fl :E 'nf - Claire Cooper Ruth Dando Emily Carroway Marie Fisher page 305 ,A -, .. , .-jgagfrgw ' 'Ts' Carroway, Cooper, Damlo, Engel, Fisher, Hart Kirk, McAl11ine, McClelland, McHugh, McKni ht M Nardling, Orak g , eagher, Murray er, Peterson, Pfefferle, Quiggle, Simpson, Stahre L ll 4533 NINETEENTH AVENUE NORTHEAST FOUNDED AT UNIV' Henrietta Dingley Martha McClelland Helen Engel .leanne Hart 4 'Ein . , ' f Q .-23.1. - ,. ee? i',r 1 E Na h- ERSITY or CALIFORNIA IN 1915 7 Chaptersg Eta Chapter Plerlged in 1928 Faculty Menzber Mrs. Charles A. Helminge Seniors Margaret Hubert Margaret Kirk J u niors Geraldine Meagher Elsie Peterson Margaret Nordling Sophomores Eveleen McAlpine Mary Quiggle Pledges Helen McKnight Muriel Oraker Rena Murray Eileen McHugh Dorothy Stahre Elizabeth Simpson Florence Pfefferle ' . 14: .. '-xv , l' ng- , .:.-Ifu' 1 -M '- ' ' " '.-ff' ff' ' . , ,J-1, Y. , nf? 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Anderson, Austin, Backenhus, Bixby, Burns Cale, Culwell, Dramer, Ely, Goldsmith, Harper, Heritage, Hunter, James, Kane Lemp, Linton, Mackey, Marrow, Miller, Montgomery, Moran, Ohrner, Reisenweber, Rose Serrurier, Shipton, Short, Stay, Strong, Ware, Watson, Williams, Wiseman L QQ 4530 SEVENTEENTH AVENUE NORTHEAST FOUNDED AT WESLEYAN COLLEGE, GEORGIA, IN 1852 57 Chapters: Eta Beta Chapter Chartered in 1917 Seniors Lillian Burns Geraldine Linton Juniors Ruth James Catherine Lemp Florence Mackey , Margaret Mendell Sophomores Genevieve Harper Nellie Heritage Bohhette Goldsmith Pledges Josephine Matzger Elizabeth Miller Virginia Dramer Marguerite Ely Louise Culwell Beulah Serrurier Mary Christina Marrow Clarice Montgomery Helen Reisenweher Arline Short Nell Stoy Elra Ware Katherine Rogers Frances Ohrner Dorothy Moran Julia Rose, Velma Smith Alice Watson Doris Shipton Pauline Strang Virginia Williams I'- , Transfers Helen Kane Josephine Wiseman 1144- I 'l'i1!t, 4 wie. ,:,qwL:,., X, 1 it lifiifibf at , fi ' 6 'E' 2 JY .M 3f251.han:'e' me 1:-1 .:.-Jr, page 30 ,154- 'Jhfiky 1f1f.flif.fQ., ,f-??e::F22i2fr ,- 1,3 f fm. , , ,-HHN" -' G..-'Y 15' Jw Kc it lf,-'if' Iv. 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Raudenbush, Ring, Ross, Rossback, Saunders Sey Sh , , agren, Shawl, Spear, Stoehr, Tilton Tulloch, U'Ran, Valentine, Wike L QL EENTH AVENUE NORTHEA sr FOUNDED AT ' THE UNIWFRSITY or N , EBRASKA IN 1910 1 . 9Ch Winifred Owell .lacobs Betty Bursell Helen Corbett Marion Denny Louise Edris Evelyn Ellington Minnie Gibb Helen Hochtritt Helen Ahlquist Nellie Raudenbush Lenora Raudenbush Vivian Ring Norma Ruth Brown Marjorie Bonar Cora Baird Iva Christenson Norma Lee Cochrane Christel Faulkner Rosalie Fumerton Dorothy Getty aptersg Tau Chapter Ch Seniors Maurine Kemp Marian Koehne Frances McFadden Juniors J oy Ross Margaret Shagren So phomores Gladys Carlson Pledges Valentine Hirschman Doris Jensen Rebekah Kearns Faculty Menzbers artered in 1926 Lurlin Simpson Mildred Nelson Mildred Parish Harriet Sey Alice Tilton Frances Shawl Dorothy Stiles Josephine Lynch Charlotte McGinnis Bonita Palmer Gertrude Pense Lucile U'Ran Leila Valentine Dorothy Wike Louise Tulloch Lois Winstock ' Wilma Stoehr 'L , ' " i. 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Smith, Starr, Stimpson Trnlhen, Vernon, Wallon, Warren, Webb, Wheelock, White, Wilson., Wolff, Woodworth, Wright NORTHEAST Eleanor Andrus Margaret Church Flo Cook Marion Baker Eleanor Bills Eda Brunvold Dorothy Barry Marcella Chamb 5,0355-qsev'e'f'e'f':' 'iief l 50 ' T A .lean Born erlain Marjorie Douglass Frances Brownell Carol Caldwell Eleanor Carpenter Alice DeLong 4548 SEVENTEENTH AVENUE FOUNDED AT MONMOUTH COL 73 Chapters: Susan Fitch Louise Hastert Edith Kizer Geneva Dahlhj elm Margaret Emery Dorothy Fisher Ada Mae Flanagan Helen Frost Vivian Downey Gertrude Falls Elizabeth Fogg Verna Howey Virginia Jackson LECE IN 1867 I Ch ter Chartered in 1907 Washington Alp za ap Seniors Carroll Main Gertrude McGrath Doris McVay Dorothea Pratt Juniors Marjorie Hertsche Katherine Mitchell Alice Murray Sophomores Virginia Galer Elizabeth S. Galloway Pledges Virginia Lee Jordan Josephine McNaught0 Isabelle Nicolle Mary Ellen Peck Betty Ripley Virginia Shank Dorothea Scarbrough Madge Shera J une Sievers Margaret Neupert Eleanor Plamondon Pat Reilly Erma Rogg n Julia Shadbolt Helen Shay Virginia Smith Helen Vernon Mary Elizabeth Starr Mabel Stimpson Frances Wright May Sievers Marajane Warren Lois Wolff Julia Smith Dorothy Trathen Ruth Woodworth Elizabeth Wallon .lane Webb Mary Wheelock Virginia White Frances Wilson page 308 e V fr,fa,,f1. A XJ, ,, A f, K4 ., sm, -,fm-'.a.:w,,9y,,,,L A nr- H ,e ' WM, Q a ' A' ' f ' .,f ffaa yfy f f f X f ff! 4X , 'l W , 2 ' Y V 60 , Z sh-Q3 ff Al ., .M MQW , N x .,-- - . f it F f rf' - n ' , I "' , f I," '- Si 5-L ill n .,, 5.' ... .1 .. .1 ,,::u"'E"" r 1 - i . HJ! I X I " . 1 " 44 X f f 4' f if Q.,1h 5 My f A P 1 n . ' ' ' ',1f, ,f5,f,f' 1' wear, , .- 452 ,J 1 . X470 r 1 if '- "A' Qi , y il , . I 9 V I th ,im i- HN Lf x , F -, . I N lt? 1 5 2 7 " E -E' .- - fi 'lf' ' 1 vial' v13' ,:a. , 1 X I "f "'1'l T - Virginia Baker Anderson Ban ta B , , enker, Bennington, Bliss, B. Bogla, C. Bogle Eleanor Brown, Evelyn Brown., Doran, French, Gibbon, Guslin, Hanson, Iohnson, laughin, Kenealy J. Kenyon, M. Kenyon, Knapp, Littel, E. Lombardine, M. Lombardine, Marsolnis, P k ' Plath, Rhodes, G. Stevens, M. S ' ' Betty Bogle 4540 SEVENTEENTH FOUNDED AT THE UNIVER 4 Cha Q .ll ptersg Beta Chapter Char Seniors Virginia .laughin suv or CALI ac ard, Patton, Pmney tevens, Tettgen, Wester, Wltiting, Williams, Wriglll, Young AVENUE NORTHEAST FORNIA IN 1919 tered in 192 1 . www' 6 "', ' if , 7 V' av 1fff.1w,,if ' f ' 4 fe Awuifw ' f 'Qi Q X' Q 4 ,f-411' f.412fWfym .. .WZ vfwyf. , V f--- : 2as,fP0,+12faxw. 'f - '. --we ,Az A 5 ,, o'K,4FMff ' ff 4 f- X gn A ' 1 " .Wifi 2' l ":..., 4 fu' 1 1 ey,-V.w,. L .,,.. 4 up f 1 6 ff ,A Wig .,. M, .,:f1.ea -, ,wr ffqsf -- u:w.,, Estelle Lombardine Gladys Stevens V Katherine Flyzik Estella Marie Little Juniors H Helen Banta Helen Gustin Mildred .lohnson Ruth Patton Gertrude Rhodes Louise Beneker Corinne Hanson Margaret Kenyon Gertrude Reine Helen Wellsaxidt Dorothy French Thelma Packard Alyce Wester -mg' Sophomores Olga Bennington Emmagrace Bliss ,Marjory Doran Gertrude Pinney Marjorie Willialns E n Helen Knapp 'g ' iii! Pledges Anita Anderson Mary Carlatz . Marguerite Lombardine Margaret Noonan Estelle Teitgen Claire Bogle Anna Gibbon Helyn McElroy Corinne Plath .lane Whitillg Eleanor Brown Dorothy Kenealy Marguerite Marsolais Dorothy Rhodes Monica Wriglit Evelyn Brown Jennie Kenyon Mary Stevens Margaret Young - I . ' 'm A iii-I4 . A lwli, 1 ' ..." E f , t " - e - . e - ' 'i B ' " ' ' X "5:- 3 5 . . L , zilfjf '- A ' : . -1 1 A if H " f f 4, .t fag 21 A la 5 N is n . eaws:a.:s:.mMw- Rx.,4a? 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Mills, Mitchell, Morgan, Olwell, Pennell, Preston, Pritchard, Reed, Salher Small, Smith, Snell, Stub, Swift, Weber, Winkley, Wright Laura Grant 4732 'I'wnNrY-FIRST A L LQ VENUE NORTHEAST MAINE, IN 1874 FOUNDED AT Couzy COLLEGE, Ch zer Chartered in 1910 41Chaptersg Mu up Seniors Virginia Leedy Frances Marriott Jane Meagher Catherine Mills Maybelle Ghiglione Beatrice Bond Anne Grant Betty Fisher Thelma Beck Harriet Bradshaw Jane Dixon Catherine Earp Louise Farmer Bernice Jones Helen Holden Betty Green James Garland Griffith Margaret Hambright Arline Jacobsen Adeline Johnson Charlotte Lease Suzanne McGill Ruth Farmer Juniors Florence Johnson Berenice McPherren Ruth Merritt Sopltomores Betty Johnson Virginia Koester Pledges Lauretta McNab Dorothy Manchester Margaret Olwell Transfers Miriam Finn Helene Ingersoll Anne Morgan Florence Sather Anne Kuker Elizabeth Mills Norma Pennell Marjorie Pritchard Gayle Reed Margaret Smith Louise Kelsey Kathrine Mitchell Ilia Small Sylvia Stub Helen Winkley Frances Wilcox Naomi Snell Jane Swift Lucille Weber Leota Wright Helen Preston page 310 at---I 'esae aeweaffeeee ,Mae 4 e aea+1 If 1 'I ...-mvf,rf:-'.2fzwf ' 4 ,, ef '.m.5gggq W- .,,,,' 'D V?-X L73 fye ffei VW? f W VZ P f of f 1 f M' ,f..,f ,, . . fe- New rx--1 ,W f pe R 7, 4 4. a 5 1 as ca 'SM 20222 . 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I " J A95 ' -3 Q ?- N H 123.- Allison Bell B , , raford, Brock Jolly, Kenison K Helen Calvin Dorothea Brockm Viola Dahlquest Ruth Allison M b a el Bell man, Crueger, D , ergan, Lester L Owen, Pash ' Elma Jolly an Fay William Duke Muriel Ellis Selma Johnson Edith Lester Anne Cruef' , ohse, a, Pfzsterer, R , s, Calvin cur, Mel-ville, N Izymond, Sisler, S ' ahlquisl Elli M acVi aughten, Oetlel nlder, Snyder, Stark, Zimmerl Y L QL 4754 N INETEENTI-I AVENUE NORTHEAST Fouzwmzn AT 1'HI-: UNIVERSITY or CALIFORNIA IN 1914 17 Chapters: Rho Chapter Chartered ir Faculty Me Miss Caty Bra Seniors Phyllis Kergan Juniors Dorothy Loh se Margarita Owen Sophom Mildre Ores cl Melville Pledges I 1928 mber ford Tamzan Snyder Dorothy Solda Elsa Pfistere I' Gertrude Ra Ruth Zimmerly ymonfl Edith Pasha Sybill Thomason Bernice Sisler ll 'LDC ...w X O-V SMA. ow 9 QQ' A, H'2f',v.-,f yeeie I if " W 3 . , .I ,7., i , feaee w fr -, ie-M776 , , -1 7 A at f I fm. ' . , '.1:W.Xmfff. ,. iffz4w., ,,,, M 1 A -V' 1: 5. 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' Y, '4 Mew aw' I n ri ' Gertrude Avey Catherine McLaughlin Mary Elizabeth Banton Elizabeth Rathbun Marguerite Cross Dorothy Findlay Eleanor Brown Anita Erickson .luanita Boory Dorothy Chapin Ethel Chilen Genevieve Martin Dorothy Robinson Ruth Hileman Margaret McFarla Elizabeth Clark Yvonne Giroux Basha Hendee nd Seniors Evelyn Remy Alice Rupp Bernadine Sanders Juniors Virginia Rupp Miriam Scholl Sophomores N ola Muck Dorothy Pamment Pledges Vivian Hendee Thelma Jewett Jean Kennedy Mildred Lofgren Edna Segerstrom Muriel Stradley Nedra Seecamp Helen Shanstrom Beatrice Raber Alice Sandell Geraldine Meen Leslie Montfort Margaret Morge Florence Teubner Jessie Williams Augusta Steinert Irma Zintheo Kathryn Shaver Louise Smith Dorothy Nelson Natalie Pierce nroth Lois Stover page 312 Inter- ,,gf.M M, - X-lv. ' f nizilti Schwarlz, lllrCorm ick OFFICERS- Psccv Sci-IWARTZ ,... EUNICE SWENSON .... MARY MCCORMICK ..... REBECCA SHALLIT . REPRESENTA TIVES- Clark Hall ........ D. A. R. House ....... Hauck House ..... Lewis Hall ..........., McKenny House ........ Tolo House .... Wildarho ....,,. ,nf A K Wm ,.f ' an fi 4 .,,o M i , If 4, 1 V V?.":ff'2,,, 2 ,f f W V1 ' tw rn ,-fm -V ' A 4 l wffafg15ge31V5gag : lV'2sF'Zff f:'fy?:,1wfwVi'fsff' 'ff' ' ' eff-f1s2if'3a3,f'1efW ' ' ., , ,H ,A :Emi ig-A on , , Qi ,-Sign: fx. , 'f" ' " QVQ 3 mil "gt 44:24, " Q - - X 54' Uf.. :I ik liz, A EZ 225259-'T ' li M " ' .v 5,., ,vi ' ' ,l mf- - , LV, V-M ll ...,........President .....,.Vice-President --V--...........................Secretary Correspond ing Secretary f Martha .lindra I Mary McCormick f Ruth Sackerson ls Hortense Griffin Thelma E. Laude Alice Bellman Lillian C. McCall Eunice Swenson Audrey Halloway Dorothy Christensen Margaret Brayer Grace Elliott Carolyn Murray PACE 3 13 - .9 ' 1 M , fx 5,1 g' i V X5 - :- M, f ic . A 5 Va ' .- .iw I . fi. , ,. dn. V , , .21 " Q '53 4 . , l, , ,,.t ,, , 5 :qw V ly: , -1 .W V . 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Keith, King, Klonk, Manchester, McKay 1iIcPherson, Miller, Nelson, Savkerson, Shelton, Sunnell, Webb, Wilhelm, Williams L ll 4714 SEVENTEENTH AVENUE Nonri-IEAST NATIONAL CHARTER GRANTED BY CONGRESS IN 1896 Uniucrsily of Wushinglon Chapter Organized in 1896 Sara Noris Marks Gertrude Gilmer Hortense Griffin Carolyn Bryant Cornelia Edelene Myrtle Burdick Eleanor Carpenter Lois Cowling Mary Christensen Adelaide Cole Faculty Members Graduate Member Elizabeth Stafford Seniors Laura Grant Juniors Sophomores Anna Gibbons Pledges Gretchen Gooss Mary Graves Carolyn Hopkins Ruth Hutton Dorothy Manchester :522-an ,-4 - g,.z 'w.-:fa , 1, , V, V 4z'g'.is.,, ' 5, - 351' 1' gf:W4P:Qw?f 1 " 1 4' , . , , , f 'f "2.,,.'.::,:'.z: ae, ,, 5. 4: 1 4 , g n , 1 ,gs I ,ya 4 fe ,MS J f H QLAQ 4 7' 3112: r- 11 7' J. 4134- , i1,2zf'f','1wfW54iw K " " "V -1 2. 'i f' ' 1 J 1 'V' 1 fs 2 as f f f Apfy Q ggi M M9 sf eo, ,,c-'fa f ev aa fy if 5 fww May Dunn Ward Verna del Keith Helen Klo ck Virginia King Margaret Marston Lillian McPherson Diantha McKay Edwina Miller Laura Nelson Ruth Sacherson ' Q-':,'g:3,-.si ' ' X :mx Helen Shelton Catherine Williams Carol May Sawyer Elvera Sunnell .lane Webb Margaret Wilhelm page 314 ' 71 fn 'Q Sy e 1 ' 5 V X' 5 ,.adeg,'2,.' E ,. .r " .y . ,, , ,x,4 . . .L . 1 . 1 Mn f. ,. .,,, fM .A - 3 f '2 nl ,. ' I 1' I .947 -,wr ' 1, If inf , Z f 1 y If Q , .,,.1 . ,4 A L 1' A ,' ., ' .. 2" 'f'f ,. f. Mr,f'iK UV! 'PYJJI , .,., i. ,:'c:' 1 6 N, I I 4,., 1 am QE llnymi... Q ',e 'lll114:, gf- ffl'-ig, 'u .. ,,," g house . . , , - - B .-.dh . . Josephine D Isabel Abb Con ott stance Beall Virginia Beall Margaret Brayer ay Abbott, C. Beal! , V. Beall, Brayer, Burch, Christensen, Christopher, Day, Dickey Dohm, Drewls, Ellis, Forrest, Gardner, Hewitt, Hurst, Kidder, Dfetzgar Nelson, Oaley, Palacio, Potter, Powell, Schwartz, Smith, A. Tomowski, C. Tomowski Q ll 4703 EIGHTEEW E . TH AVENUE NORTHEAST STABLISHED AT THE UN Dorothy Dohm Bethene Burch Dorothy Christensen Margaret Christopher Helen Drewfs Margaret Dickey IVERSITY or WASHINGTON IN 1920 Seniors Eleanor Kidder Miriam Oatey Juniors Pernita Forrest Anne Gardner R h ' ul Hewitt Soh p omores Grace Ellis Virginia Metz gar Helen Marie Nelson Pledges Rosa Palacio D Peggy Schwartz Rea Ruth Hurst Alice Tomowske .1 ' ... z -z-4' . PAGE 3 1 5 Claire Tomowske F Virginia Powell Byrnina Smith orothy Potter H Page315 . ik., . H A . f - ' .. -1 Ti V, f . -: :,7,,fx,:. . 1, ., . 'v M.. .rs f - P 3- -4,4-'A . .5 1 f , , We nl .lf ' 1 ,799 W f, 1' ' 6 ? f., ' ,., , 1 .V . f a f- ef? I f f--6:4 i f 3 . ff ,,.' ,. 2 .1 f' A filer, .3 Q . Q 77 f f -.1 .1 19 Q, , 2 fl ' gt.. I ' 21. 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Halloway Hopkins, Jackson, Jinrlra, Klaus, Knowles, Manning, Martin, McCormick, McKean, Moore, Morris, Olds Olson, Ostenburg, Pilmon, Ranlstarl, Rrmdell, Sarlri, Shepler, H. Smith, DI. Smith, Sorlerslrom, Strilch, Stromme Sweet, lV0lle, Woolperl l l l Seniors Esther Bayly Mary Anne Cray Mary McCormick Catherine Randell Helen Faye Smith Norah .lane Bright .lulia Jackson Lydia Ramstad Lilly Sarki Irene Stritch Edith Gray Barbara Klaus Ida Schmidt Dorothea Vlloolpert Juniors Siri Andrews Florine Bingham Lillian Bond Irene Graybill Helen Besonen Helen Brusewitz Ethel Farber Lucy Gunter f ff A 'Ma Sag fix f' f 4 Rosa Costantino Easter Courtwright Louise Holloway Martha Kananen Frances Hayden Leona Heald Faye Hopkins Hazel Knowles 'DG:u5'." t - . iii- ' 2. laws. ' il r- . .. ,. .f .. . . , fwefwaffx., 15522 , f x 4 to fwvcjfq XV .. , "Fiat, Mamie Graybill Martha .lindra Dorine MacAulay Sophomores Mary Frances Murray Pledges Lura Martin Frances McKean Muriel Moore 1:35 ,.,' 1 Josephine Manning Margaret McMath Thelma Olson Mary Ostenburg Clara Morris Gladys Olson Olive Shepler Marie Smith Olivia Olds Erma Pitmon Julia Schmitz Margaret Schwartz Linnea Soderstrom Mabel Stromme Viva Sweet Carolyn Wolfe page 316 t,ffR,,fa,Mf1 wfMA2QWj'j A ff! In V. -,,,k, I kj, , .A A ?Ea,,,K .1 il ,W .ff5,,.?Q,,5,L . IF ' X Af, A ,. 'tw A' -me GX A"' 5-t"-L 111, ,V f -:.'I1i- ' 1 . lxf ' 1 I I Zvi J A iff ':'4f'f24K+i" X Y BWV - V: in SM- s ll - A - v ' ,' - ' A v , , ' ' Q ., fn J i um is .i -I-IXFVQW-, gi . .- is , '--I l l' L,- X .: 4- 'ig e Burrow, Croxton, Dahlstrom, Dalgity, Diehl, Gerrielfs Gillespie, Ishigami, K. Jensen, M. Jensen, Johnston, Jones, Kinnebrew, Loder, Ludy, Lundell Maas, McKelvie, Morris, Nakaseko, Peak, Pfejferle, Remley, Schreiber, Sheltus, Sorenson Spauldl ng, Stevens, Thompson, War L QQ rl, Wiley, Wyers 9252? ,. M?,,7lfZg,g:i 2. ng'Q2,'il', 3 -lf' N54 ' X ff gy? f' . 4 - f,::,f'f 4 me f ,f We 1 nfl? , , , 'R sf 1 f 1 4' I f- f ::,,, 4? Us 'fzffy 3.53, ' 9 .V y lll: 1 'fn if ,Ziff u :aj 2 1 J 1 , fi , Mfg ' -5 wffzifil ' ti ' M 4? Aff , J ' , ' fi'-,tw if f ,I 'il 'fiileirlfl . I - i 1 fi .afar ,adn 1 wi' . If fi - il ,,,', A 4 s ,l., g Q. . C 1114 , . .A bw Wh .f 'swwfew -. ,Af4.,,. if, if . 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Ruth Helstrom Willavere Shellus . Page 317 J 1 W .. -f i: ' i f L , L, ., F ,3 ,i-, ' ,HQ is 7 UF, '14 1 ' V ' Q i 1 Q' l' I,-Lili iw' Q f'EEXif , ' AAT ..-' . V I in a G L G L gg J L gttg G- o, X J f ,4 4 X 5. .Q w,,,5Zx,.. 5 L A L5'Q'mW'W ex A W Q0 1, Hgmx fx- W ff' mA' A J X A A unch o f 2 o o tl lll e n A A strong' in ua: tivities A A und ours! SGA A strung' her ul one for months!! tuh A tuh A unexpected tru veling secretary A A yeah A lust suln lner.A Affhreuk this oak one on him!'9 444 only six hours of honin2A Assisll hluck hull the ! ! 2' 2' ? 9' co-ed idols A A ffsup has ele phuut ears 99 ,4 A A - .A4A..AAL Q 1 M0 MM. .1 page 321 1? 1 fflzmfffigxi, ,J ! 'L fl H H 2 , ,,,f-, f..,,xk mf, , ' 55932, A,.4. 4, l ll ter- frat ity Con , 2,-.-j 4 f f ' 1, ' gy Iflmf, f r , ' V5 'V 25557 3 . ,Wig M, my 1 a X' W Q LJ OF ICERS F - HAROL D HOLDEN GENE KELLY ,,... DON TUNSTALL EUGEN E Bnow Jos GREENOUGI-I NELL Holden , Kelly, Tun stall, Brownell ............President ......Vice-P resident .....Secretary ..,...Treasurer ....P . rosecutor PACE 321 i ? 7 hw. ' ' . ,N , ,- .1 .-1 , HM .-film . .1 ...ff4:jj 2" ff ff,-, Wa ,,f la 'X , ' ,, ' 0 7- 9 Wi, ., y f f, , ,W ,a":3v?l3 I , qlly iv ,fi ,W A ,W wwf f 3 ,3 if X 7 r X ,ffg rl - i f my 55 ' A ',fl xl , ,W :V . JUL N ,.-S22-y Q I 1 ,Z ,' , Q 'fi ,. ,gf f n. V' ,, X .Jai ff, ' W... , I ,QL f-.W 7 . . L ' 4 .f L ' 1 ., 2 , A ,I 0 ll I, .,: 71, ., 'cb L4 f , ,ff fo , G A 2152 ',l, 'fffl V fly, ff ,f ff- ,S 7? I 5, ,. 0 f G., I M11 13:41. 0 N M, l 55 ff 4 ,Q igz iggy 4 W - Q .Jw " 7, M. A 'f..:'7 ,. y if 4540 'vig 11K F f, f L- 233 ,A , 4 I 61 4 f. A 2 l ' fe , .1 Q f g 'ff ,V ,, ,4 W ,,,.. My-V-f -N fu-1' f 'sf K 52,1 l I 2 V55 f . J ff . -,V - L, sf . ,f- ' 77' .L A af? ' fi 1 . 1 J. 4 'y i ' f 5 4 f 4 5giQ fi X 'gg if M M f I ff f .EZ 5 .sfffffw ,- .mn gg? f , si, f Q4 as EZ? 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Phi Gamma Delta ..... Phi Kappa Psi ........ Phi Kappa Sigma ..,.. 43 gif wifi af V 3. W HY K b'1 Hmldon Fowseen Pearson, Moullhrop Morgan. Pease, ur 1 z, , . I Shorell, Weinzirl, Heinz, Hoof, W'illiams, Gulh, Kelly, Davis, Wriglzt, Brownell Jensen, 0'ReilIy, Burroughs, Baer, Drury, McAllister, VanLeu1.'en, Rosser, Burns, Taylor Morris, Armstrong, Bonlmln, Tunstall, Grant, Singer, Holley L L L William Pease ..Adrian Morgan ......Kenneth Kurbitz E. Haddon .......Neal Fosseen .Charles Pearson Rau Moulthrop Richard Shorett .Louis Weinzirl ............Bert Heinz .......Clifford Hoof DeWitt Williams Charles Carey "iff ....s.. Earl Guth ,......Gene Kelly ......Harvey Davis ........Frank Wright Eugene Brownell Everett Jensen ...Patrick 0,Reilly Zeta Psi ...................... Phi Kappa Tau ........ Phi Sigma Kappa ....... Pi Kappa Alpha ....... Pi Kappa Phi ...... Psi Upsilon .,...........,......... Sigma Alpha Epsilon ........ ...... Sigma Alpha Mu ........,. Sigma Chi .............. Sigma Nu ..................... Sigma Phi Epsilon .... Sigma Phi Sigma ....... Sigma Pi ...................... Tau Kappa Epsilon ....... Tau Phi Delta ............ Tau Psi ............ Theta Chi ,,.............. Theta Delta Chi ........ Theta Kappa Theta ...... Theta Xi ..................... B Zeta eta Tau ............. ............Luther Holley 2'rQzs'tAt . ' - 'A ' , f i' -F 4 ' Q. , l?3f.'f 'gt X ff? 1 W ' f v 'f . N 13-2:-if-':"e'., vhs I257.5151Y!'ffYf'L',3px - Qian 'fi . - ' 1' 41 - ,a'szp4sw4f:,:f.f,'fs,L.:-,wg mafivfas ly, ,Ai .I , -1 t zfrf ..-,, N Jw f ' ,ff X ft www, . , t12:Qf'JT'f'f 1 : ,af , ' few' :ff 4 'fl-Wiiffg.. l -. 2 f 1 2 f Q ff xrjfiaafiff lf 'V Q fa Qi' 'M f i5f'Wf'f of wi S. ,d :MK A ZQMVAZ ,Wav iw 5 Gerald Williams Frank Reno Louis Van Arsdale .lack Freeman ........Fenwick Riley .Howard Burroughs .........,...Donald Baer .,.............Don Drury Charles McAllister V. Van Leuven ........Elvin Rosser ........Erlward Burns .............Fred Taylor ........William Morris Nelson Armstrong .......... Don Tunstall ......Robelen Bonham .............Leo Carter ..........Frank Grant .......Harold Singer 1 Q ,wt ,-,t Q ,g page 322 9 BPS .... .. Q A ,I 1 A fc!! Xxx ,Q.X i r t, Q 1 5 f ,MW 4 2 J X -fu. J W e " ' fir f ' . f N of 6 fl 'Y -1.- 'lv ' 1 ,'f. WV 2+ X, 5i'ig3 ,,J' Mr--.NWI ji' r-" Y: W' ""' KW X 5 F,L9e3lW s y l Q w5:sQEnig..nmll . s r J are r' a rf! w e as v v J'i177ilillEl1:1n- Q15 New ' vi F1 - - E11 1 :wr , 1 1 3 , . ,,,,au- - . -4-nr' "1 A9 ' ii z1n,."f' K rw 1' ,Egg- flvifs-5492 f -K -- L - 4 -- " X ,- .1 4-1 ,a Nw. , Frederick Bolton H. M. Burlage Dean Cook Elery Van Diest Dudley Brownhill Ralph Forrey John Grey s 5- ff it Brownhill, Cook, Crown, Forrey, French, Grey, Grieffi Gustafson, Hall Halleman, Henry, Herbison., Hitt, Ingersoll, Isenhart, Johnson, Kauffman, Linville, Rostarl Schinnell, Snyder, Stanford, Stocker, Sutor, Sweazy, Thomas, Van Diest, Werberger, Zioncheck Ira L. Collier Joseph Daniels Preston French John Hall Claude Bennett Marlin Crown Dick Gustafson Henry Grieff Anen Halleman Edward Henry L LQ 4718 ACACIA PLACE FOUNDED AT ANN Amzon, MICHIGAN, IN 1904 35 Chaptersg Washington Alpha Chapter Chartered in 1910 Faculty Members William M. Dehn Seniors Boyd Isenhart Clyde Linville Juniors Sophomores Hans Schinnell Pledges Ralph Herbison Ed Hin Kirby Jackson Henry Landes Dan Rostad J. A. Sutor Kenneth Stanford Hal Snyder Hollis Stocker Russell Ingersoll Elmer G. Johnson Clayton Kauffman James M. McCanal1ey Thomas K. Sidey B. D. 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Qi? if A ,5 53 Q5 1 if f 7 ,V ,, f ff ac, -- lj-ff-'cr-r-1 1832. , A , i as '- ,. , fx, , ax jig 5 E .-.g: '- , ,, s',s. .,,. E.-.x V , ,g g ss- 454-1551 f V ..,. .,...v, 5s e J, , .Em,,su N ew 1 ,.,, 5 X , J ,. 's am A X 111 ,jp I, , JS giii'-:of K N , i 1 X ,, - Q -H--"7f if , ' " R F . 1' '11 L-fa' f 3 1 1 i ,f EU ,L ? W7 ,P 1 . sf? , 1 dl ' 1.3. ' 4 4, '14-I v -E, N X X53 N f fs, 4,53 ill lph ltil hi Byron H. Christian .lack Cram Robert Gamble Kenneth Anderson Robert Anderson Cecil Bacon t William Bates Lane Baker 2.91 K7 I fv lb aide aff, ,e Anderson, Baron. Baker, Best, Buchanan, Carr Clark, Cram, Darrow, Fairchild, Harris, Hodge, London, Luley, MacDonald, Mac-me M::Culn-han., Meyer, Moore, Olin, Pease, Penislon, Peterson, Philbrick, Reynolds, Ripley Sheldon, Slater, Smith, Trelethen, Vidal, Willianls .L L. L 2106 EAST Fonrv-SEVENTH STREET FOUND!-ID AT HAMLLN COLLEGE IN 1832 27 Chapters, Washington Chapter Chartered in 1921 Charles C. May Donald Macrae Richard MacDonald Willis Darrow Walter Lawrence John Lee Robert Best Eldridge Carr Arthur Fairchild Robert Clark .lack London 3L'Fm"'. - I1 ' - , will .:-M,-.,, 1 - .,.ag:3:g.E5:--e':7 -.::::.a5:::,.::f:ss.,.,, '., av- - 4 Q a. sw- 95:-lf -:avs:f':-mm, . -wap' fig ,, , ' '-f0g..m.:,Wz5, 55: I-.-' ' 2 . .aa .--.--.,1.. f -. . ,s.f0,1. . ,w:f":.f4uf-"21,,1s . -- ' ay! 43112 if if 0 4 Faculty Members Alfred L. Miller Charles U. Southwick Seniors .la ck McCutchan Robert Paxton Juniors William Meyer Robert Moore Sophomores Richard Harris Frederic Hodge Quintin Peniston Pledges Paul Lutey Robert Olin I A ef f I 3 xr! , X . .. mf X Thomas S. Thompson Harold Philbrick Burson Thompson William Pease Kenneth Peterson George Ripley Richard Reynolds A. Macrae Smith Earle Streams Joseph Sheldon Lloyd Slater Elgin R. Wilcox Randall Williams Patrick Winston Calvin Slagle Alexander Winsten Daniel Trefethen George Vidal Donald Buchanan ks 36 X , . - '- iw, ' - -,-- , .... gi., 3 ix gg .1 wif? x ' fe 3? H page 324 R illph 441 g 'A 'V wa' - Si lll hi ,, f ge t .I ,Q f 23 f 2 AV ag ,Ae , Wk , , ff ,VG E E ea, .V 2 g A , V,-.JM A ..fa::w A , VV Vv-.- lra' V VV ,V , J ,,A, . A '?Uf.i"" Tw Wm 15,3 K' ' ,2,i52'i A A if-, f6w1..,,p,, V 4 .Qi ai f f'L"'f"rf"fflY ,,,, fl ,E AA A f ll .J - . fga?nQQf1Qf I -',"P'-ml: '.- 4 ,Ji fil th A ., F. li?" . ii. ", ", 4 1 I, ' A A A 'R I - JC?" .viii Adams, Anderson, Arndl Back b Bruemmer, Campbell, Carter, Christopher Guider, Helgerson H McGui , e erg, Barclay B , Clifford, Coo , ull, Hunter, H ' re, Meredith , oetlner, Bratz, Broz mbs, Dobson, Ducammun, Duncan, H. Gard utchmson, Johnson, Kunihalm, Lust, D. Marti , Morgan, Muhoven, Neumann, Nicholson, Post Thompson, R. Tollefson, T n, F. Martin , Preppernau, R ' .Tollefson, Vo I er, R. Gardner G , ,. -,:3Tf"-21-"' ' f ff ill 5 ' X1- 5522i ,M 11.1-- , ,V ..'-1 'ef V ' , . n , regory , McCoun, McDaniel ourlte, Sanderson, Schoel, Stedman ge , Warren, Whitlall, Woodlvorth L L L 4554 NINETEENTH AVENUE NORTHEAST FOUNDED AT YALE IN 1845 30 Chaptersg Mu Chapter Chartered in 1912 Faculty Menzbers J. G. Arbuthnot Leslie J. Ayer Herman Tartar Alvin Ulbrickson Seniors William Arndt Herbert Gardner Eugene Kuniholm Cameron Neumann Thor Tollefson William Broz John Geehan Benjamin Marshall Walter Sahli George Warren John Dobson Jack Gregory Winton McGrath Roy Thompson George Woodworth Adrian Morgan Juniors Floyd Backeberg Richard Guider Loel Lust Harold McCoun Paul Stedman Jack Doyle Robert Hunter James Mosolf Hoyt Post Rudolph Tollefson Sophomores A Roland Boettner Arnold Bruemmer James Hull Warren McDaniel George Rourke Edward Clifford Ferris Nicholson ' Pledges I Frank Adams Robert Carter Roy Gardner Harvey McGuire Morley Preppernau Wendell Anderson Gordon Christopher Andrew Helgerson Donald Martin Robert Sanderson Reginald Barclay Charles Coombs William Hutchinson Fred Martin Loren Schoel William Bratt Lloyd Ducommun Raymond Jackson Lindon Meredith Jack Vogel Robert Campbell Chester Duncan Stanley Johnson William Muhoven Jack Whittall page V , . ,,,. 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Q I. .'.. - ,.N..f1,..- ,N-:.,,.. k Brand Clark Collins, Cowan ton Jacobson Kurbit: Blue , , , Dernberger, Doherty, Ells, Ferguson, Fitzgerald, Gray, Hall, Hoising , . , Loop, D. Metcalf, H. Metcalf, Modeen, Maen, Mauso, North, Risser, Taylor, Thompson V' l, Wasson, Watkins, Watkins, Webster, Wetherell Bert Curran Harry Bacorn Leo Brand vga- ,.,, V ur: C. Bousquet Fred Doherty IA 4 K it M-Quin, ,ff if M ' ' 'Q M ' is ' fit' 1 if 'f AC? ,ye 1' .lames Black Leland Clark Donald Collins Thurlow, Twombley, ma Q ll 4704 EICHTEENTH AVENUE NORTHEAST FOUNDED AT RICHMOND, VIRGINIA, IN 1865 ' 1906 C uma Pi Chapter Chartered In 90 Chapters: al Willianl Cox Hiram De Puy Wayne Fitzgerald Roy Dernberger William Ferguson Donald Hoisington Malden Jacobsen Harland Cowan Charles Ells Sherman Elworthy Alfred Goereg Faculty MGHIIDGTS Carl Daken Graduate Member Joe Hughes Seniors Fred Nieman Juniors Robert Gleason Sophomores Kenneth Kurbitz Herbert Loop Pledges Charles Hall Donald Metcalf Harry Metcalf D. D. Griffith Marc Thompson Ardis Twombley Donald Gray Dave Risser Lester Modeen .lunius North Einer Moen Harold Mouso Joseph Seitz Clarence Taylor Harold Wasson Russell Wetherell Ralph Young Harry Thurlow Richard Vinal Garland Watkins James Watkins William Webster page 326 X X Q91 1 1 s 1 We , .Tx f . ' .M -"' f' 7 426' X ada., ' 1, V- " ..,. A an f mf-fa not f --1: :.ts:G.!e 1-11. V: fgff 'fs ,K f 5, fe orfwxvff :www M,,,gu ,g if 11 liyy . . V f' --,t 9. va Ma- any, ,.,, f..,ff if ,e f.,.mw,,r M- .D--4. . ag . . f.. t.. f ,M . .,,,e.,. . 1 .V . ' . -jf-fi " re, t ,s , Q- ta- 43453104 f ll 77 , . ,.,,l' 3:-I., .l Wig, -nt, W ,, ,, , . , 2 . .ff fm ,, It., H. , wfafywfm, 4 'Mm I5 V . "ra-2' 'K . ' ' J if! 'if iv? I 5124512 .ll z.. K in . " 4.131 N ":, l A ,71 4 - v ,-'I '- i5 lj..- M.: 1.2 ' all 'A f Q' dull Rl ml! W: ,,, .fl 'f1 -lu, ,I I ll .-ia' '- " .3 5 ' .I nf. wi? 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Beach, Bennett, Blackstone I Brown, Brunstrom, Bushell, Dyer, Farmer, Haddon, Halloran, Iohnson, Killien, Lambert HEL ' Lindgren, Lockwood, Mathey, Maynard, McPhaden, Mills, Ranney, Rose, Rosenbarger, Ross .gif Steinhart, Townsend, Tracy, Uber, Westin, White ad , A " I ,N 1: 1605 EAST FORTY-SEVENTH STREET FOUNDED AT HAMLIN UNIVERSITY IN 1901 25 Chaptersg Bela Chapter Chartered in 1922 Faculty Members Dr. Allen F. Carpenter Clement Ramsland Major H. C. K. Muhlenberg Walter Bell Whittlesey Seniors Donald Beach LeRoy Halloran Francis Killien Daniel Banney Arden Steinhart Willard Bennett Lyle Iversen Edwin Lindgren Vander Rose .lack Tracey Elbert Haddon NOTFIS Mathey Theodore Westin Juniors '- I . ,Qi Clifford Bartells .lack Lambert Kenneth McPhaden Moore Mills Arthur Ross lg-keg, .Q' A. lQ. 9' 'Q-, l 91B :e- 5 1- f -ef ophomores K,-,ga Q. V. me . of wg, ,gf . . 1 I , ' Robert Beach Donald Blackstone Hamilton Dyer Davld Lockwood Paul Shew ig? Malcolm Brown Paul Rosenbarger 19' Pledges Raymond Bruntstrom Wesley Farmer Gus Johnson Lawrence Townsend Donald Uber Lindley Bushell Russel Maynard Stewart White page 327 ' sf if 4 A 1.4 1 L' , - 75, I Iygtfggggyziu -1,-f I -I '.'-g'I6I.Lji :-y , , -V , I - - -A.- . lf -2: - . ' X V - , 31,1 , lb . l ' Mig' . 2 yriifrfjfl I Tliiij I - 1.2 eff?-1 'I ' 5 , " -' Ig., ' 6 . . 'L i ' 'E' f gl 5 - 1' 1 A L I JU-I' U .iff-.fl 1 A- . ' . 5 , - Nflfh - 'la few we I. r. .. .1 --fu.: .' 4. . A- .. f. -I+ . 1 , , .- ve-.s "-.f'1ffv -an 4 ,sw432f.:"',fs"vf X ' - I V ' fv- - -f " rr -- 2' V f -' L+ - 2 - ta. L L , . , Y--1'-I' 5' li, ,. ..-1 I"1fi:f'2'7'2' 4, f -- K ' L glii-.fI..V, ' L I' will-' IL-Q L N -.,,.. ..,....w, U., , , , , Q n Wi t 1 X z 5. ik Aiiyfiixssth . , if' 4? t, ref.: we X Y, , ,SIwsige-sfas1s4:.Ps:fs.Q' , 1 R . , . . 35 '25 1 NK fsc,e,,5LgN1'is'i12eiv5:A X 'Sian-:::.:ifx.s.a M., ,,,,.,,.52J Af r 1, . mgjjwtg. 1 ALM " SEL fi' . 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Sievers Swanson, Sweet, Watson, Wilson, lVoodfard L LQ 1617 EAST FORTY-SEVENTH STREET FOUNDED AT MIAMI UNIVERSITY IN 1839 85 Chaplersg Bem Omega Chapter Chartered in 1901 Faculty M embers Enoch Bagshaw Henry Foster MCPllZlll Smith H. E. Gregory 5? Seniors Jerry Bryant Edgar Hagist Gaynor Langsdorf Gordon McKinstry Irvine Babel Walter Cleveland Elmer Huhta Charles Laws Clarence Oherg Edward Schafer Clarence Dirks Charles D. Hunter Lester L. Lev Howard Olsen LaMonte Shorett Neal R. Fosseen Oscar Kalenius DeForest Perkins John F. Sievers vi l J u mors Maurice Balcom Doane Brodie Harold Lancour Verne Sievers Walter Wilson Brandt Bloomquist Frederick Kettenring John Mifflin Willianl Sweet Mortimer Woodward Sophomores .lllllllllli Rondell Bekins Robert Lenfesty Arthur Oberg Robert Showacre Henry Swanson .lohn Brix Walter McCloud Richard Richmond Howard Sievers James Woodford . . ,W . 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Johnson, Kem, Lindeman, Lindslrom, Mahaffay ' h J S hack, John Schuck McFarIane,, McGuinhess, Moore, Morlhland, Moulthrop, Aeill, POSI, Ro inson, ay c Schultz, Shaffer, Tull, Victor, Wallace, Withers, Witherspoon Al F lournoy George Dickenson Edwin Ford Edwin Bare Gordon Calder .lames Fairbourn Norman Field L ll 4600 TWENTY-SECOND AVENUE NORTHEAST FOUNDED AT UNION COLLEGE IN 1841 25 Chaplersg Alpha Theta Delta Chapter Chnrlered in 1921 Adrian McFarlane William Hayes Willialn Lindstrom Angus Clist Thomas Dorsey Bayard Getchell William Hansen James Kent Faculty Member C. E. Calhoun Seniors Ray Moulthrop Juniors Robert Mahaffay Joe Moore LeRoy Neill Sophomores Arthur Johnson Ralph .lohnson Pledges Hugh McGuinness Lane Northland William Post Roal Robinson Archie Rowe Ralph Shaffer Phillip Lindeman Joe McCord David Schultz .lay H. Schack John Schacl. William Wallace Overholt Tinstma Don Victor Richard Tull Harold Townsan John Withers Il William Witherspoon page 330 eip .- 9 . 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Wing, Y McCreery, Il c I Lauchlan, Savery, Sparlxnmn, p L ll 4520 TWENTY-FIRST AVENUE Non FOUNDED AT XYALE IN 1844 45 Chap Dr. William Dehn .lohn Dalquest John Drew Ernest Cayler Burke Barker Longino Butler Melvin G1-igsby William Bates Robert McCreery Henry Chappellet zersg Kappa Epsilon Chapter , ""lZ 1 fi.. Edwin Badgley Charles Battle Dick Brackvogel Byron Browne Faculty Members Harvey Lantz Morgan Padelford Seniors Hollis Fellows William Flood Herford Fitch Juniors .lack Rawlins Sophomores Robert Buzard Pledges THEAST Chartered in l911 ouell Dean F. M. Padelford Edward Larkin Eugene Nelson Willard Wakeman Burns Ryan Charplin Spencer Donald Hall James Lane Ivan Wing John Youell Donald Sparkman Louis Weinzirl William McCreery John McLauchlan Buford Anderson John Bowman Ben Buell John Cryder Tom Fitch Kelvin Greenstreet James Savery Earl Shinkoskey James Wing page 332 9? J WE. ,I page 333 lta , , 0 wCL,.f? ' ' .. f M. A , 'fun A , A.,' , il J, , -AfA , We Q in YR N 11 S- 6, f 1 Ita A - n Nx . V iif.m.3- lv ,,.,'.l ul I uv" T .lv-' ' I l :iii L1 1 :I , 'l Nl xl 'l V 'ill 51111315 X- X 4-ia? " 42? 4 X df' ll 3 '1 lll ' 1JN'll 3 1 pf. ' df., is L 1.-A If fa' B 1 4 f ,4 ei'-1 1, i Eix - ' Carler Ch , andler, Cone, Ervin, Forehaml, Frorlle Caunce, Codefray, Graham, Hallowell, Heinz, Jergens, Knipe Mnlvlurray, Moffat, Moran, Smith, Soule, Treutle, Youalt L LQ. 4550 EIGHTEENTH AVENUE NORTHEAST FOUNDED AT UNIVERSITY or WA sH1NcroN IN 1921 Seniors Glenn Carter Wells Ervin Harold Gaunce Bertram Heinz Fred T Maurice Cone reutle Donald Frodle Harry Anholt ,hy Charles Godefroy Gordon Dean James Chandler J h 0 n Forehand Juniors Russell Hallowell Edward Knipe Sopho TIIOTGS Edwin Genung James Moffat Pledges Clarence Graham John Paine Gerald Youatt Elton Jergens Richard Smith John S oule Merton Moran John McMurray 1 I if ,- jwwmla E. 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Marion Duncan x xx Q , Ray Canedy Robert Edwards Warren Everett 4543 SEVENTEENTH AVENUE N F UNDED AT THE COLLEGE or THE C 0 48 Chapters, Alpha Omega Chapter Chartered in 1926 Lincoln Frasier Clifford Hoof Quentin Davis Frank Edwards John Edwardsen Ralph Heaphy Charles Hallignn Lewis Hamm Ernest Kuhn Faculty Menzber Dr. M. M. Skinner Seniors .lerard lmus Juniors Charles Fletcher John Kiely Joe Quickstad Sophomores Alfred Johnson Charles Quigley Pledges Harold Martin Hensel McKee ORTHEAST xrv or NEVV Yomt IN 1899 Wilfred Painter Selby Skinner Paul Scharpenberg Wilson Thurston Eugene Roehm Henry Schrader Ed McWhinnie Plott Medford James O'Neill Nulson Widman Sydney Wahl Lloyd Wiehl Rex Sweet Howard Peterson Swen Swenson Paul Winkler page 334 J qi r page 335 '-f,..g'f cw, rw ,fix y , - - may ,,.,. ,,., , ., ,,,.,.,, -A KI Q1 T t ' . 'nC?A"'ff' s l, fWf',Q,tY"' 1ff. , M' , ,f . ' ' 'tn 1 " i',,,f':f1" Xe . ali' ' fff fngit Vl"f 'flu:. 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Cox Seniors Winston Brown Charles Hartnett DeWitt Williams Robert Hartnett Juniors Joe Baldridge Harry Bell Harold Clem Magnus Anderson Ken Bourke Chal Bryant Eugene Biglow Tony Delmas La Mar Gaw Harry Green Vern Cedargreen Don Clark .lohn Graham Wilson Gaw Edwin Hartley Sophomores William Hayes Charles Parker Pledges Frank Knowlton Fred Hoffman Ed Ketchum Barry Miller Nelson Moldstad Bruce Pickering A. Tyler Hun John Minkler John Patrick Robert Treurer Leonard Wilcox Eugene Rossrnan William Sim F ess Tucker Walt Woodward H If 'G '- J j f ,, ' 9 , , '1 ,aj 1 I"" Q I A ? H ii . ' .f .2 me 'tf' 5' ,ff I f 14"5'?f 41 , f I ., ,,,, -- I. ?ZJ .,,,.' f - '1-l,. '. ' M , .' 6,0 I , 52: : '. . Q ' A a-' . -a f. I-Pa,..., ,f-, vt . fn. -44, , 1' "r' ' , ff! 5 , y.,,,' ,, ff! I , 4 Y .,,.-. ,- 1, f , W , W ,t,, , f sf ,fee s -,4 ff f . ' ,, wt, V v. 'DY , HM 81" ' 'Q as ta., ., . ,Ms 1- ,, 0 on A ..., , ,ILM u ,i" a'ffw'f2 I' ici? 2 yu, , - ew 2 2 3? Wig 5233 3 A iii? 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Schmidt, Scott Smith, Sprague, Stewarl, Thompson, Wentworth, Werner, Westmore, Wright L LL 1818 EAST FORTY-FIFTH STREET FOUNDI-ID AT WILLIAMS COLLEGE IN 1834 54 Chapters: Wlaehinglorr Chapter Chartered in 1910 Earl Campbell Charles Carey Harold Holden Sherman Huffine Dawson Funk Fred Harley Patrick Daly Larry Cuile Wesley Brown Alan Chalmers Faculty Members Graduate Members Seniors Walter Huffine James Macdonell Ned Meany Juniors Bob Minkler .lohn Ryan Sophomores James Hankins Kay Kruger Pledges Fran cis Herb Allen Koch 4f,4Q Dr. Harry E. Smith Frank Garbe David Myers Marshall Newport Loring Schmidt Winston Scott Eldon Reiley Henry Schmidt William 0,Bfi8ll William Reed Otis Smith Harry Thompson Halward Westmore John Weigel Gordon Wright Donald Stewart Henry Wentworth Brinton Sprague Frank Werner I ,539 ,V K 'JM lf? page 336 4 Six ,sw .wee , f-f i-. 'f . . ..,. .' 1 ' .,., -:F P'3'2'I'.f" :S 'ff' ' Y- -v ' ' ' ' 4' ' 1? .- "ffZ:w:f - , -. mf! - ., wee gl. . 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Johnson, Ker ' Millar, Miller, Nelson, Powell, T b ns, Kirby, Loan, DI o ey, Walen, Walerworth, Weber, W Q Ll 4502 SIXTEENTH AVENUE Norcrnmsr FOUNDED AT WTIRCINIA MEDICAL COLLEGE IN 1879 70 Chapters, Bela Omicron Chapter Chartered in 1916 Faculty Members C. W. Johnson A. Langerhan H. Fred Lofgren G raduate Mem Louis Fisher Paul Jorgensen Orville McRory .lack Dingle Ronald Ferguson George Hendrikson Emerson Bassett Rodger Dille Arnold Lehman Seniors Melville Millar Juniors Earl Guth Carl Einer Johnson Johnson Soh p omores Harold McDon l a d .lack Wfalerworth Pledges Ralph Kirby Lester Miller bers Leon Richards Walt Rising Graydon Walen Ra Clarenc y Kerns e Loan Emanuel Welwer John Perdick J a ck Steele .1 wid er 309,19 4 'V,f l . - ,, yvfgfeell- ' . . ., 51.144 G f l il K" ' ' N ' Ngo 1 E ,,nA.?fl-..1,... .l if ' ' cDonald illiams E. V. Lynn Lono Tobey Arthu Ross Powell r Nelson Arthur Williams C. H. 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Edmundson Dr. David Hall Roy Wlnger Charles Rathbun ' l Seniors Dean Anderson Frank Campbell - Edward Joubert Bernard Mulligan John Scanlan Thomas Barnhart Devere Hackney William Miles John Neilson Jack Woodmansee Warren Brown George Halse Willard Nevins Wilbur Young Juniors Virgil Anderson Jack Francis Eugene Kelly Archie McLean James Pierce Maurice Butter Harry George Wallace Litchfield Seth Minch William Rummens F Robert Davis Richard Hoxsie Fred Mahoney George Oistad Carl Swanson Sophomores I -: Lennart Anderson Egbert Davis Archie Galbraith Robert Holmes Henry Russell fi ' A4 Warren Berry James Dou ht William Hadle William Joiner William Shar Mia M l.,'g.,, . g y y P Hurshal Campbell Melvin Earle Harold Hall Bruce Murphy Paul Schwegler 4? Edward Cram Frank Faris Lathrop Herold Chester McNeill Roy Tichenor V Clarence Galloway Clarence Pautzke . Pledges Aft Ayers Cliff Bergerson Fred Hislop Robert Manley Fred Skillen Robert Barr Virgil Cliff Bart Hooper Arthur Plummer Albert Stebinger s Don Bonamy William Drury John Horton Denton Rossell Ben Tichenor Kenneth Britt Don Gordon Jack Irwin Hugh Sessons Ernest Turner A .us ,' - .IIZMQW . 1 . ' lk , ff ff' ff i R ' ,J 1 1 ...I-. ' 'J I R, ,. ,. . 5, ,,,f"fffif'lsffr"fifIn f ,J q 'wp M,fdHg'-fra' H , ' :.-a"7nvm,m , H ' f" ' rs, " K 1? f 1,.1f"lF"i,. ."' ' .. .:'3-ff7.- ' LQ Z' ' 'F if ff, ,f f i I X' 1, if I ' ' .. mf: iz.: ' X ' X A Q V4 1 ,W , s X ,ff'5-M",-tm,-V-jf"S JJ f 'iw' 11 .,,. , V ..., . ,,,.. ,, ., ...W A-."" A QV ' f --1 , . - , ,Vp-.v.-.qffhzf Mew -f IVV . ' N fl 4 V V V :wffwva V V, .' V -r' if . 'WMD ' .' ,- l .1 , ff I . W9-Qk f. V V ,AA , .-- V f 1 -1 I .V 'j5'j42 "i .K X . ' , I Ve V I -- RZ, 4 y -V . 5: -5 L ' I- f .4 ,. ,. 341 'V"' f I V ' - , In A f -1- .w V V " 5 ., ul... V' f .' -' - - V V ' ' :"'wf"5 V. - ,4 . 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Gritsch, Hall, Hunt,.Jenkins, Johanson, Keys, Kachivar, Lemon., Linde, Luther MacDonald, Marr, McGibbon, McGrath, Miller, Morrow, Oien., Pence, Perry, Potter, Sath Short, Solberg, Tadlock, Ulrich, W Q L L 509 NINI-:TEENTH THEAST FOUNDFD AT B . OSTON UNIVERSITX' IN 1909 77 Chapters, Alpha Psi Zeia Chapter Chart er, Seagraves eeden, Young 4 AVENUE Non ered in 1918 Faculty .Memb Q?'f 355' i 1 :ja " L 1 2-:ii -- V 1 rf 115: Q i 122-ff ig.. Arthur Beardsley J. T. Jacobsen Q Seniors Cliff Bergman . Harvey Davis Maynard Falconer Paul ,McGibbon Willis Potter Charles Busse Lloyd Effinger Anton Gritsch Arthur McGrath Robert Ulrich Eugene Cushing Adolf Englund J. Ellis McDonald Paul Miller Albert Young Al Erickson Hugh Morrow Juniors h T. W. Bishop Charles Decker LeRoy Kraus Carl Linde Kenneth Sather b - VT, n Graydon Cleveland Ernest Gritsch Joe F. Lemon Frank Marr Thomas Veale Ray Jenkins Walter Nicholson I , Yi . ' A Sophomores gf, ' , Hale Carter Dudley Doe Orlando Hunt Ben Johanson Andrew Oien Y T i Kenneth Corbin John Giboney Herman Keys Arley Solberg A MK ? ' Pledges Richard Bottcher Chet Clipp Ernest Kochivar Orville Pence Ellis Short Frank Bradley Perry Crumstad Phil Luther Richard Perry Robert Tadlock McKean Butters Larry Hall Roy Seagraves Leslie Weeden I page 339 Q 5 I E IAQ, h In I - I V L . - - V, if X if-W ' . E,1,,iJ'A Y ge 'fi ""' V YQ. "1"'f.-.f hi" ' Y i 1 Y ' VY " " .arf ,T If 1 -V 'Lf .rt KRW' ' Ki ' , , 'WS 1 2 U T Q 'I' ' Ti' 'Fil x wus? .I-' fn, X 'f , Q Q N . W T, ' 0 W' '4"Z f A-L' M' ,-if j asifaswm . W M ' ' ' 2 ,, hi ,Ai " --.Jeri .,-, rgigt' QL -'- - Ea-f a f . I- . I Wgixfgw x -' ' r aiiffg- fdefvzvae-if2ff5'W:Z1ef:f2fxsEf2esg' .J ' ff., Q ' -f me-f2'Qf.'.6'2"41fw.9:ffA-W.:few Ta - '- ' " ' ,L EM-lffai,4f1 . , . 1 ,as-V, .,, .,,v Q, .,,,x,,,. ,,,,,.,,e L.A, , S,,,-,. .. . 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' ' xi ' - ilbin Allen M 'Ile Donahue Dutton -f I Anderson, Benz, Berlin, Bledsoe, Bolstad, Calmer, Carroll, Case, Crowell, De I , , Fovargue, Griffin, Horsfall, Huletz, Kelley, Kinnear, Kirker, Kuykendall, McCracken, Moloney, Mowers, Nay Nelson, Niles, Nusbaum, Olson, Pebbles, Redpatlt, Rirherl, B. Robb, J. Robb, Smith, Urquhart, Weszrom While, Wood, Wright Percy Bolstarl Charles Carroll Stephen Anderson Clare Berlin Tom Albin Richard DeMille Sam Fleming Robert Allen Edward Benz Clarence Bledsoe L LQ 2111 EAST FORTY-SEVENTH STREET FOUNDED AT MIAMI IJNIVERSITY, Oxroan, OHIO, IN 1848 ' r Exlablisllecl in 1900 97 Chapters, Robert Crowell William Diffenbacher Marion Donahoe Edward Huletz Paul Jessup Herbert Fovargue Gene Griffin Elwell Case .lohn Calmer Marshall Dutton Cordon Jenkins Washington 4.plIa Chapin Seniors Albert Kelley George McCracken Juniors Jerome Knykendall Sophomores Ludden Horsfall George Kinnear Willialn Marsh Pledges Paul Kirker Robert Moloney Saxe Mowers Dennis Murray Edward May Garfield Olson Harold Pebbles Rufus Smith Verne Nusbaum Virgil Perry Ned Nelson Donald Niles .lack Robb Robert Orr Smith Troy William Weller Frank Wright Nathan Redpath Bamford Robb Harry White James Urquhart Ted Westrom William Wood Kenneth Richert AS, .IM"'YhI- ,".1YLf4.L,,l .vi ,12l',,':..'. 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" . ., ' Albertson, Angst, Backus, Bayley, B. Bird, I. Bird, Bouley Br C. Cissna, J. Cissna, Condon, DeVoe, C. Easter, E. Easter K E Hoyt, Johnson, Kellogg. Kerr, M1.'Eacheran, Me d Packard, H. Palmer, Rex Palmer, Rob ,,.. , , awnell, Catlin , . aster, Foss, Gaffner, Hays, Higgins, Hinkle a er, McClinn, Mickelwait, Montague, Moore, O'Brien, Olson ert Palmer, Pendleton, Potter, F. Radford, J. Radford, Ross, Rnnkel, Ryker Schoettler, Stevenson, Thompson, Vance, Walton, Weszerweller, Winter .L L L 4503 SEVENTEENIH AVENUE No FOUNDED AT JEFFERSON Co C RTHEAST LLEGE WA 67 , SHINGTON haptersg Si , Schacht , PENNSYLVANIA, IN 1848 gma Tau Chapter Chartered in 1900 Faculty Members Dean Irving M. Glen .loseph Harrison Herbert E. Condon Q S Eugene B. Brownell Haines Gaffner Robert Condon Loyal B. Hays C Ellis Johnson Stanley McEache eniors Jack McGlinn harles Easter E. Eilert Meader Lowell P. Mickelwait ran Robert Albertson .lack C Charles Cis issna d Easter S118 llOTS Van R. Hinkle R Frank B P Edwar Thomas Montague Frank O'Brien Kenneth Olson Allan Orton Jul ' ex Palmer . ackard ' How Raleigh An gst Noel Bouley Manson Backus G eorge Ho Soh p omo res .lack Kellogg yt Frank Bayley Bernard Bird .lack Bird James James DeVoe K Pledges ' Alfred enneth East Higgins Catlin ore obert Palmer A fr cl Burton l e Potter .- "Tis, 4 .-5,5 ' if Stuart Crosby Pe Richard Schacht ard Palmer Kerr ndleton Fenton Radford er .lohn Mo .lack Radford Harold Foss R Runkel William D. Ta ylor, Jr. D. Ca swald Robert S choettler Robert T11 moron 0 ompson Neal Tebb Lawrence Westerwveller Rex I William Ross Winter F. Dean Ryker T Steven l Vance om Ear Lawren S011 ce Walton ...Nh uv - - yan l,,.,.,' ' 4 ' 1. Ky,-315.-.51":' ,J w . H 351,-,-.vg.a,, , " x-6 , m i . . -. . e .sv I nvjtgl. QSAI- - -.L-wx, -3, , .. , , - tmgf t-' ' ' L -. --:1f2.:?fm , ' . f 75?-2 M P A 4 ' P. -faiifftttf ' '- Lt' ' "1S.l'7s - yiwyxq s fl ' ' seal v . 4 Il ,,5' 5, J y' 9 1 in I . w ' fl' Ll' , 3 ff . A 3 X? , sf , V Gif? Q U ,3 -f t - ?i "-. 1' Jil? U J -' Q. . . f 3 fa . '- A-'12 , 5 'v 1 ,ya ,ae S ' 4 is R is X . N T -H. 1 ::'4fi"llM A M f?5 lf . . rfs4:.:sw' x-sf' . 1 ,.--Wf fs ffl Q , 3.5,,,4::.,.W,,-.y.za.cf ,,gv'r"' ' . ,ln :if ' .f' ,f f .- f.l2G'?' - 'N ' 5 Ny era AA... A . M IM 4 I s Q. ,Ti-X 1 fy 'A 'J 'ii' i f l'kQ,Q'Xi,l.'N , sy -.1-1-.Q fi Q - Q4 - 1 E -,E -- E Q A 4. A Sl L m Archer, Brown. Danenbnuer, Fenton Cates, Cridley, Hart, Jensen, Kmulsen, Lauder, R. Lloyd, W. Lloyd, Maddrell May, Powell, Ramsledt, Rankin, Reins, Rose, Saxton, Schuh, Spencer, Stephens Swanson, Tripple, Welrh, J.'Williams, T. Williams L ll 2120 EAST FORTY-SEVENTH STREET ' LEE IN 1852 FoUNnEn AT XVASHINGTOIN AND S0 Cluzptersg Alpha Clzapler Clmrlerecl in 1914 Faculty lllernbers C. C. More W. E. Henry f Y, v M9 F at ' Y, 4 J J 7' aff of y f We A J A7 ef? 'J :gf M25 Donald Cornu H. J. Mclntyre Seniors Forrest Dremolski Arthur Knudsen Don Lauder Theodore Howell Robert Rose Everett A. Jensen Herbert R. May John Spencer Juniors Leslie Brown Harry Fenton Julius Ramstedt Elwood Rankin Charles Stephens Sophomores George Danenhauer, Jr. Herbert W. Schuh Daniel Tripple James Williams Tom Williams Donald Welch Pledges James Cumming Norman Gates James Kelleher Wilbur Lloyd Willialn Saxton Art Emanuel John Gridley Rodney Lloyd Charles Maddrell Clarence Swanson Irving Hart Louis Reins Transfers Cuerdon Archer N48 vfs 1 .fz vf 3 Lowell Lloyd 4 ,- -P ' '-fr-'Q J. Eddy Munro Q , f , T no J 4, T A 51 fig ' ,, .fs f, ., ,, - f., 1 ,..,s,. ,.rm,ef:-wig emzzg. A 1 We f 12 f nf-569' 'lax .iw-M . 1224 ' N. - x-you so .. , ws. 'ww -. - , , -. 'Zu ' w4f:2'1f'i '+-azifv, ' ,. af:Wffw4W,sf ,, 1, -V.. A I , ' - .4213-z-,Qaffww-M,-0 f - V W'-,.+w,.gf- .-as V. ' 'V - w - if T- ef '7- .rf . . e ,.n. .W We ,Q 2, Wsfzeffn mm . T 4 4 ' rw mo.,,,s,z5.:,:m.- i Ein ' .JSm?-fiJ:-J"'14fQ"i. 1 '-2-J- 4. , ' fl ' page 342 page 343 I X it ,exe-V' .. 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Miller, NePage, 0'Reilly, Parrot: Peel, Sisemore, Spiegle, Standard, Tirnpson, Van Horn, I. Worthington, K. Worthington 4511 EIGH L QQ TEENTH AVENUE NORTIIEAST' FOUNDED AT UNIVERSITY or PENNSYLVANIA IN 1850 34 Clmvnltersg Alpha Upsilon Chapter Charlererl i F acult M y embers Edu 1X Dar fl. Draper Oscar Enge Robert Guimont Warren Doud James Douglas Frank Kernohan William Lawson .lack Byard Edward Carlson Howard Cole Harold England Seniors Roland Hamilton Joseph .lohnson Juniors Wallace Howe Harold Lant Sophomores Edwa rd Lucas Robert Lucas Pledges Paul Forsythe Einar Gordon William Hayden Fred .lenner Lawrence Jenner n 1919 R. B. Van Horn Thomas Kinne Y Winfield Langlie Elmo Luff Theodore Miller Edward Miller Gordon Parrott Henry Larson Steven McNeil Maurice Miller William NePa ge qs, .4 Leif Nelson Orth Sisemore Patrick 0'Reilly Kenneth Wortllixigloll Robert Spiegle John Worthington Robert Peel .lames Standard Richard Timpson Richard V Richard Walsh an Horn ., 1 etie' .. ,,,. -I N . 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McKenzie Seniors Ja ck Maynard John Nelson Laurie Porter Juniors Evans Halma Gilbert Kaynor Sophomores Homer McFarland Vic Scheffer Pat Schlicting Pledges Douglas McFarland Dudley Nichols Bob Pasley - 1" J: ..e2V?i:e.. , Mf g, a ' ., wr. V. Sivertz Julius Renhard John Shellenbarger Wallace McDowell Harry Olsen George Power Marvin Thomason Richard Walker Maynard Pennell Clarence Peterson Elton Raumberg 3 9 , f- 1 4' l J X Af' EJ? w , ly'-f4'f52 pj..g:,2," .f,g:fff,':':, "n w. . y 1 f f o 45, 5 .,.:,5 155 51. x..,f ., M - ,Q 3.-I ,CM .MW .1:,,1.f. 1 .. sagem. - yn . 1.-gn., 4 :W .-N ,K-4, fs t A f me, , -,- r, .J , , . Aiea Q, . .. , gg 571 081 ,ff . 9 5 1 v V " . fQw'9--'rin-.eva ew. . W- M , - , 1' V5 ,, :.,' saw25-p..a.:.A 1 . ip:g,.g,f.zg":n'9'-wily., .,:,-:ly , w 4:-j , ,p,,Q,f'-,,.f: H., - ., ' 1 , , 1 K'-W E. 4,1.e.e. .adam .- v.: - we ,.- , H' .. .f.., , ., '4 U- i. ,A "+ zvf ffl awww: A5 E. V. 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Gourlay, Griffin., Hack esh, Matthews, Mathewson, McPherson, Mirldlelon rchmond, Schwager, Slemmons, Smith, Van Horn, W L 1818 E ll Asr FORTY-SEVENTH STREET FOUNDED AT UNION COLLEGE IN 1833 27 Chapzersg Theta Theta Chapter ' r ' F acul Lha anagan Robert Gourlay Jack Griffin Joseph Grisdale Perry Hack James Frasier Vincent Henry Richard Lesh Lee J. Crouch Herbert D Ree Paul Jans l0TS Tho es Mark Math ewson William McPh mas Hum erson Cowper M' iddleton Juniors d Ingham on Soh Mark M p Omores atthew s Warren Sl eI'IlITl0l'lS Pledges tererl in 1916 ty Mem ber Dean David T. Thomson Paul Orr Frederick Page Norval Rader William Reed Fenwick Riley James Lee Thomas Morrow Ld a d Smith altz, Wood if f ,,-..,.f-- Lewis Schwager William Shelley Jack Valentine Ronald White Volney Richmond Stanley Val entine Richard Stevens J .51 Phillip Van Horn ar Harry Dye Wfilliam Courlay Ellwood Hinman avis Albert Portier Peter Harlan William Waltz John Portier Thomas Wood . 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Livingston, Low, McGirr, Mines, Mitchell, Nelson, Norris, Overturf Owsley, Paulus, Payne, Quist, Schneider, Setzer, Sizer, Sperlin, C. Taylor, D. Taylor, Trrpp, Turnbull .L U ,x yup ag .. if . I, .3- iff If 2555 'fix 4 : F 4, , -fi' 4-fx. :Hr . 'Y' . A ws- ' ,Af - I-Y., ,,f:.AiQisA ffzz- Pagina, :FW ee-AJ, 'A-sf can ' 1AA.w1Q:Qa, " fi +ALA11'.'I A ,j'EQI1,fgf:o, r - :SHA ,, ,EK ' .xr fu., li-I f-'l1".YI i, x ff' ' , 4, A' ,,, ,. X AA,-Aw. .I-Air? Joe Adams John Bolinger John Geisness Charles Battelle William Carleton William Bertsche Elliot Bogert Evert Blick George Clark Lloyd Crown Robert Dehuff John Hogan Ferg Jansen -gf' r ', if-4 Af., M ,:f,,, , - w.:f,ew 7aFf,4A-- jtifiw ,Z 4,,".A,"'loArfIfi::fsA Underhill. Vandewall, Vernon, I. White. W. White, Young, Zingmark L ll 4506 SEVENTEENTH AVENUE NORTHEAST FOUNDED AT UNIVERSITY or ALABANIA IN 1856 100 Chapters, Washington Alpha Chapter Charlered in 1906 Joe Greenough Fred Milton Hackman Paul DeGarmo Cornelius Holcomb Howard Burroughs William Cranmer Hayward Cummins Richard Jeffers Lloyd Johnson Ken Krivanek Wfalter Little Graduate Member Albert S. Balch - Seniors Ralph Jones Charles Gilbert Kirk Ray Mines Juniors Harold Low Richard Neil Edgar Payne Sophomores Walter H. Dillingham Bob Lewis Pledges Harold Mitchell Martin Nelson Pat 0'Malley Harrison Overturf J. Milton Owsley .fri Q-if 23,5 'W - -. sA1f-Xin " ' 1- 'ii-555491, .HA-at-A,u Igfgzfgx A-5, 1A . 1 -A-AILA. ef ,AA1A,':ff,1' - ,wan R ."ARP?.A?." '1 'LLYI fbi' ferr! 1-1A4A:fA,'Wf'f' i'Qg1fAA,i,-1' JI. 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Fnbrlman, Glickman, Goodman, Heiman, Hurwitz, Klegman, Koslosky, Kozkins, Kutmer f ffl Levy, Mackoff, Sanford, Shanedling, Shucklin, Shulman, Silverglade, Tarlow, Weisfield ' - A 11.-.gnu A :MQ A A gf' E T 5015 SEVENTEENTH AVENUE NORTIIE,AST , , FOUNDED AT THE COLLEGE or THE CITY or NEW Yomc IN 1909 " 36 Chllptersg Sigma Nu Chapter Chartererl in 1926 Seniors Abe Clickman Harold P. Levy Henry Sanford Ben Tarlow Alexander Silverglade Gerald Shucklin Donald Baer Herbert Arnstein Birk Binnard page 349 uv. 1.1.1 Am Milton Heiman Jack Friedman Siegfried Friedman A-. Juniors Si Hurwitz Charles Mackoff Sophomores Ben Kuttner Pledges Herman B. Goodman Milton Klegman James Hudelman Leo Shllllllilfl Janis Koslosky on 1 wwf Lag. , AL, ng LW 1,it.f:---'paxil'-1, X -,T ,, 23541 ,t " 'N fi".-'7 1 A, Hx- . Ex f ,. J, A ,X ,,, -, X ., , A. V 11-1, A' ' , 1. 'Q 'ff' '. Y - ' ' 1,'..'- -1r E, . , f. ,slew , -f. r K. . 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Aamsugng, Babcock, Bader art e , or eaux, ase, oe, Imning am, Do rn, onahue F Holmes, Howard, Husled, Karr, Keller, Kemp L ' ' McCoy, Mellinger, Miller, Moe, M Grant Armstrong Ral ' .lack Ba Russell B ph Blair arthell Edwin Bike Tom A 1'IIlSl2l'0l'l g Charles Badee Ted Bordeaux Carl C 356 Claude Co e .lames Do nahue Donald , reeman, George, Haney ' , ewxs, Lwingston, Love, MsC' ontgomery, Mullen, Reitze Thacke rrxs, Hense c I uddy Szahlb Wlute, Whit ter, McCa , Ha lllverzzy, M Al 's , Renshaw, Rh , , t r, Turnacliff, ' ' ' I erg S Ing Q Ll Asr Fonrv-SEVENTH STREET FOUNDED AT VIRGINIA MILITARY I 93 Chapters' I 1616 E , Gamma Chi Chapter C hartered in 1896 NSTITUTI2 IN 1869 Faculty Member Edmond S. Meany John H. Je S ssup eniors Husted Charles McAllister Payne Karr Joseph McCann bcock Cla Flaviu Juniors ude Cunnin gham F red Hunter s George Jack Keller Gerald Haney Cla Sophomores rence Crawford Charles Kemp Dudley Dohm David Livingston Alvin Holmes Ralph Love S Bart Spellman William Snider Ch arles Stahlberg Norman Lewis Kenneth McCoy Richard Macfarlane .lohn McGillveray .lames Mellinger Francis Mill er Pledges Herbert Freeman Loren Howard John Reitze Kenneth Harris Charles Montgomery Kenneth Rhuddy Eugene Hense Paul Meyers Wilfred Stu William McLaren V N page 351 ,, IH! .L ' " 'Llii-5 ' l ife- ' L E 151 - Vilwe, ILE- I' .-QVL1-n - if 5-fin 1 F 315112 V13 gg 15 V ' ' "":xV3- V L. ,A .:. ivg?f'lLT5' V ' "" .X Mr.-L. 9 -Q -3 N1 rg . 7, A x QV.. 'V I .--'-1' . -,.. 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West, Wheeler, Whittle, Willis L Q L 4504 SIXTEENTH AVENUE NORTHEAST FOUNDEIJ AT TI-IE UNIVERSI'FY or RICHMOND IN 1901 57 Chaptersg Washington Beta Chapter Chartered in 1922 Frank Hamack W. xv, ' 35 I 5 S 5 ,imewhae iHi5fPF -' 7 We ' , ,,.. e f ew N 4 W. W. Bird Russell Bock Gerald Calhoun Clifford Bloom Robert Burns Robert Bale Kendall Cosby Edward Gill Clarence Eaton Kenneth Gelatt Dave Henderson John N. Cobb David Clark George Guttormsen Gordon Richardson William Clark Paul Froude Harold Guttorrnsen Earl Hathaway Elmer Hoffnauer Bernard Huffman Richard Jackson O. E. Draper Garland O. Ethel Seniors W. Clayton Ryan Albert Schuss Juniors Byron Lutterman Douglas McCoy Walter Moore Sophomores Vernon Mantle Kenneth McLean Pledges Joe Koski Owen Miller Walter Miller Gordon McCallum Joseph Swartz Floyd Underwood Vernon Van Leuven Kenneth Robertson Charles Strothers Floyd Perry Earvin Terwillegar Robert Thorne Gene McMullen David Nisbet F. W. Orr Robert Willis William Wohlma cher Kenneth Van Leuven Girton Viereck Merrill Wallace Harold West James Wheeler Tom Pugh Charles Rosenhan Kline Swygard Paul O'N eil George Whittle 1 Transfers Dan Embree John West f w -ia -rf. -s,.... NW? -il V 1' ..:fJ'-21-Hia ' fr., t"5f'.f-1 . H22 . QELQYQL , . 1 'sw as. . gg-sstafi' , f1fs:f'i?w:::l if . . Jiibw - flfirftfvm W 1 6 .' .. ,-5-,f1,,2f,2fief.1ffew'-m.1:f,:' .,,, 5:1 Q my tr h .11 I. W: Fira- . . , ,,..., f.-f 11 v .f.ys':,f4.W,., yggqv, .4 - -. iff. e I f-. .af sim. its--lip-.. 1 My ,Sy f lf bf'-sv. 'ff-,,::,.':z5w1 ,f.tsf.t:5'1 4' -1 1. Qtr I-Y:-me . if ENS Hr'tE3s..'f-f.f.mfff15f's+2 5.2 ' - JET" "JU :3VUQ5t?W2'i-Eff! J. .fx 43-figeliikafsfgfffg f,n:f,si3?gf. 1f1Yf1?"i-M " f Q ,..wz.., 5a',xf.i'vL.,L,5.7f. mIti4S22f1w W' ' M Ae., ...A .... .. . .i.. . ,.,,.. M ..,. - u-,,.,m, . ,. . . 2, 5. W .i,. , , .3 ,,,,,. ,,,,. 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Hunter, Johnson, LeSaurd, Llewellyn, McBean, Pasquier, Rogers, Rosser, Sandburg Shrader, Sjolseth, Spencer, Squire, Trezise, Whiteleather, Williams, Wolfe, Ziebarth FOUNDED Wayne Byall Alvin Chanda C Y Herbert Heuver harles Guernse Frank Briggs James Cunningham Walter Fohn Victor Galloway V, 'gal in ww' ni."-Ti' f'Jf4-'Nfl Q " ,315-1" ' "Hr-"EL N , 'J 74n5.'f- ,'," H ". Zfififf ' J JZEEE - ' ' U" ' J .,-"1.XxT 'f . 15. .pry : -2 7, : ,V . ' 4746 SIXTE Q il ENTH AVENUE N onrnmsr AT THE Umvsaslry or PENNSYLVANIA IN 1908 16 Chnplersg Pi Chapter Charter rl ' ' Faculty jllemb W. L. Beuschlein Grad uate M embe Kenneth Williams Q Seniors Floyd Flint Juniors Paul Marsh Elvin Rosser Stanle y Sandburg Sophomores Kieth Hunter Pledges ray Johnston Sourfl Fred Llewellyn Kelly McBean Mur Francis Le e ln 1928 97' T Philip Fordyce Robert Hating Merwin Shra der John Spencer William Peabody Pierre Mich l e Pasquier D onald Rogers Elmer Sj olseth Max Hunter Emmett Ziebarth Gordon Trezise P . . h1l1p Wahlstrom K 0 7 C Robert Squire George Wolfe Richard Whiteleather . :f ' 'P in lv CC is Y Y , ,ix . . mf' ' gt 'F LR? J' S - . ' ur.15 "'h JW' W 9 we . - L, r . - .ws-'1"' M, W: fl 3 ,aa .. - ,. -' -.JV , f.. .f -. -J' " " ' 1 1- af he '- I .,, ,Q A fl-.-..f,, . v-eff: -. ww. 4 , I 1-' -. "3'f'.,, gl! 8 ,,, ,, P - , ,fl I W, N, S9 I 4 1 W f ' 2 ei ' 1 , ,of 1 MR C X f 7-1 I-: , 4,' 4,,gywme i M f 'l f 4 .L, M , 1 1 If , ff I 1 .V if Qf' fw 'V 'V ,, ,, ff, wif Sym! ,- , Q J f . ff' f f r - ,, f f 0 53, ,Wa . fe .,,f 'K VV, . ffm 1 ww WWE? ,, 'c f ',", 1 'f'. 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Anderson, Bay, Bea s, , Burns, Clark, Cloud, DeBruyn, Drake, Eggen, Fraser, Geer, Gehring, Harris Lawrence, Morrison, J. Nelson, R. Nelson Hacker, Heilman, Hema, Hulet, Hurd, Jones, H. Olson, M. Olson, Pabst, Redpath, Smith, Stone, Woodruff L ll 4757 SEVENTEENTH AVENUE Nonrmzssr 897 ED AT VINCENNES UNIVERSITY IN 1 FOUND 27 Chapters, Alpha Gamma Chapter Chartered in 1926 Harvey Densmore Anton Anderson Par J. Gehring Edward Burns George Cloud Francis Drake Frank De Bruyn Raleigh Grahame Mervin Beals Tom Clark Horace Geer "i1"l. . , ,, x " ww - f 7 wlrfi. we 7 ' ,, ff 'Lf' 'I - v : P-' Q I ' 1 L14-4--'fvf-A-Z.,.s , J -. 1 Ki-5 he ,ac kiwi? - . ' 1 ,M " -k'1,.j:-,ASV 45153: 'Q Eiffel' .s Jeni'-42 J5'3:3f-if-Q..-QW 'i . R We 1 Sl f 1 v Q3 f 1 'W is gm, 1 Y WW as is Faculty Members Graduate Members Seniors Juniors Edward Eggen .lack Fraser Sophomores Elliott Hurd Pledges Leo Harris Fred Hecker ey- fxilflfi E 1 I , W f f x 1 Xu wil, , 1 I K ' life fra, ff It .....ftfv V? X f ' 1 v -'-ww-:-t:.:::.4 4 f 1 K A 1 I lf .,.44 .. ,. . Clayton Shaw Allan Pomeroy Robert Heilman, William Greger Elton J ones James Nelson Kay McKay Charles Stone Edward Hemb Howard Hulet Robert Lawren Jr. C8 Clayton Morrison Avery Pabst Allan Redpath Donald Smith Knox Woodruff Robert Nelson Hanford Olson Martin Olson .fs1h'?2Km2T?b'ls:,, Page page 355 I' , , ." gp ' ., V,M. f ff " X5 KMMAMBM-2 A ..fA X ,, 2, Alvkf ,A, ' .,., 'que . fm-wmac, . , :,,?ff" Z we If 'Na ffl me r fr 2 e 1 ' 'W I' 1 7 ' ,Q Wg .,, , -fu L er L it .e L L Eddie Almquist Bud Congdon Dick Brown Charles Hamley u......,. ., ff, ." ill' . .. Lg, . -' .J " ' 'ff -5' if 'Q I , f I I I l ln ,I " xi 1 I J V 1 ' I I l ' ,, E .1-10,427 . 4 1. . , W any ff'1 ,, , M915 D 557 in .,, awk ' I' ' sd .,.! ' A W, we ' f l ,I 4,,V, f J ! , J . 554220 r: 4' fi' ' " I Y , V 3 7 ' E l ,I .. 4,-,,.',Mf:f1 4, " W 1, - -ifbgwfflvw , A , .f.. X, ' f n' ff , ' ef , ,fl '73, ' l , wg, . Law, , -' 4 V, ' if , , - ' 54'?W1Zf??lf . 1 A J A My ' 1' -' L - . Z,' . Lif ' -sf nf- an f - , Af, Almquist, Brown, P. Davis, R. Davis, Engel, Floberg Harnley, Johnson, Lieb, Mugnusen, Parks, Phillippi .j j Schatz, Tangney, Weber, Willard, Williams, Woods A 1: A A 4551 SEVENTEENTH AVENUE No F RTHEAST OUNDED AT MIAM I UNIVERSITY IN 1906 40 chapters, Alpha P' ' le ' z chapter 1 Seniors John Bass Ray Davis Ernest Engel Juniors Paul Davis Willard Johnson Harold Magnusen S ophomores Theodore Edmundson Viclo r Floberg Pledges Raleigh Nelson A rland Queen Clarence Tangney nstal d in 1929 Edwin Lieb Gerald Wi Kenneth lliams Skinner Ralph Phillippi Lester Schatz Charles Parks Theodore YVeher Robert Willard Harold Woods . 4 ,9 723 - V . . K . C V, e , ' ' fx-Hifi' ' W , , . . . ' ' . 1-U -Pf , -iibf? 1 V ', 1 ,. ' ' , -- , - N .,:.'fJ'?'-'f ' " il ' . -' ' F' - ' ' - v,,ft'f'fg,7':1 -bl -, 'Mg ' x ' ' ' 1 W s - --'iszrifi' ggi, 7?-Q.. 1, arc. , .V "Z 3 3- ' 'l- g 153. if-. f . 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Johnson, forgenson, Kellogg, Lauri, Luhman, Martin, McCament, Morbeck Moreland, Nelson, Nicoll, Randall, Reid, Ryan, Sell, Stanley, Steele, Sweet, Taylor, Thorpe Van, Verd, Wallace, Williams Q Q Q Donald Butt Robert Cunningham Reinier Beeuwkes James Boundy Bruce Cass Claude Fligg Angelo Ghiglione William Ballon George Blackaller Roger Carey HEAST 4510 TWENTY-Fmsr AVENUE Nom' FOUNDED AT ILLINOIS WESLEYAN IN 1899 Cl ' Ch ter Chartered in 1926 30 Chapters, u ap H. K. Benson George Day Paul Frederick Karl Hammer Arnold Campbell Dwight Edgell Robert J. Gleason Edward Goble Lawrence Ghilarducci Osmo Johnson Wayne Johnson Faculty Members Henry A. Burd Graduate Members Seton Thompson Seniors Norman Haner Juniors Cecil Hopper Martin Kellogg Joseph Landauer Sophomores Arthur Martin William Simpson Pledges Harry Jorgenson William F. Luhman Robert McCa1nent W e Maize -M74 s- w.:':'n w-::,,.4.? Mggffxzm .-,,..:V5,,,z,,.,,,f,.:,.,,mx K A F. K. Goodrich Cal Wriglxt Armas Lauri Arthur Randall Donald C. Morbeck Lloyd Steele William B. Sweet Frank Stanley Oliver Moreland Marion Nelson Don Nicholl William Reid Frank Ryan Fred W. Taylor Warren Van James W. Wallace Paul Verd James Williams Lloyd Sell Wlallace Slenes Rupert Thorpe V , .4X,.S:-A.: ,ggi N p age 3 56 'SQ' - ..... ,. raw.., .. . -V-- ...I , .5 If ----7 My .4e..!51.4..Q,.a.I,:V5g. ,ff-VMS gl f rv - -Va ,VI . " ' :fbi-:-wafiitwt q ' 9 V. 'JV1 r ek!.4,I-,,.-W.,zf.,, MESS, ef, V , . V' ,. .,,., ' T if 1 , , b V ,I V ff" Vf Z qw 'M -V 'VI' . V I .I - A K Q ,I ' Q' , A 1 V7 .1 .lV.' . 2: sz' fi..-Q V . ff H I X --I -I if -is -- -X' .I-V E' JH..,,-.- --nr :"p:I ,fm V' gf, .., ' - ' ' -LI-1--V-'II 'ESI '.-IIi.Iu .-IE"' - ff . fe V . '. ..,1...H I El I-. .7 I 'mira' ' lf? We View I .VIZ I- A 'IV A M I, - 'I l II, .. --,i,:,f.E5....V I N .. Z ' ll t ' -f.. V. - .- . - V' ' 'Sr-f -.. 2' ' f ra cu- " IX - A-jjff If X ' 'ifnf yf K . - . 'r V zf fq. 1+ti1 .. 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Taylor, Tracy, Travis, Webster, Whitfield ,V ' 1I' A VV 4616 TwIzN'I'Y-FIRST AVENUE NORTHEAST FOUNDED AT THI-3 UNIVERSITY' or WASHINGTON IN 1923 3 Chapters Faculty Members Burt Kirkland B. L. Grondal E. T. Clark Hugo Winkenwerder Seniors Harold Denny James Drake Roy Olson Vertis Geary William Mark Pike Palmroth .lames Tracy Harold Bille Charles Bollerslev Allen Cox Daniel Cairney Louis Dre Juniors F. VV. F Richard Kiehurtz Roy Carlson ogelquist Verno Frank Lightfoot William Morris molski ll Larsen .Norm Carl Peterson Lloyd Webster , ' Sophomores dorf Leslie Rile an Penick John Grant Orville Mollen Ulf .54 5I.. 5..... l :L-" ' Li, ,, 1 4 1 We ' H - : ' HV I I ,gli . f.l..::.f" ,"' FUJI' F-.EY 33 " ' -ff:-' . .-3 '? A I f' ' .QV - RE . TILL ' ,.-,-I fl, 'LIL 'I uhjx Qi-5 Y I I Elmo Slattery John Travis Fairbeorn Armstrong M. W. Easton Robert Beeman W H allace Irwin .5 tix ,n " ,it Pledges Morton Lauridsen W. . W George Morrill llllfiill Meyer Oliver Proud Albert Shands . .loseph Kennedy Vernal Taylor N orman Whitfield page 357 , .Tg?'4:'f: Z' 1 i f :.l" 'ev ,., V-1II'I..'I,',. V, . 4.4-LL.. 'YM-:.II 7 , .-.a"1..J'V' .-.Lg ' .Il':'Tl1 , V V "I f--I1', . ,VI 1 I V .Q.g4L.5. ,WTI - ti f . .--L V il KVMRVHKHW 'H Hi X L.s,,..,.,. IA fbfmt 1 - , ,, . P. Lf ,nfs j m ., w , s,.i,,,,,u s lf inxa .e .1 Av mffm , M - ,QW -4. - ZW ,f . ll. jx X ,H I 1. -Q-F' A ll if. WT'-l e A - l A A I 1- jx v v 4' 5? . N ? ' Hel .Ji I J 1 all ' 1- . , .-f -' ' ' - 4 ' k ?w 1 l Q l l A Laurence O. Barrett Frank Cassidy James Borgen Everett Cooper tt Bargen Fletcher Fritzler Armstrong, Barre , , , Fuller, Graham, Johnston, Lzmglilz, Linnecke, Mark, Miller Murchison, Nelson, Nolzl, Russell, Steiner, Stevens, Wells 4511 EIGHTEENTH AVENUE NORTHEAST FOUNDED AT UNIVERSITY or WASHING 1 Chapter, Tau Psi Founded in 1927 James R. Fletcher, Sr. Nelson B. Armstrong Max Johnston James Fletcher A Frank Fuller Howard Graham Honorary M em bers Seniors Hoyt McLean Donald Murchison ' Juniors Otto Linnecke Sophomores Alexander Fritzler Vfard Kincaid Pledges George Mack TON IN 1927 John W. Jackson Charles H. Russell Ivan Stevens Conrad Langlitz Robert Nelson Robert Nohl Edward F. Miller Walter Zelasko Robert Steiner Rennie Wells page 358 3 'MV ' -V ' .Jf7,,f'2 H -f,1 F2 R ""' f , G W ,sm . M... 5 ,A 7 - , M" "" "-' 4 ' , f " me M fe" 3 cw A We t . g iii: 152552 212, , 4 f . Emi,-:ff 1!:.n!:"y2""2 f'i .vu .is B' 1" , '? - i'.lpt!iff9zi..1,, li'lI.U5""li!lN i . 4 'A fd nl Wifi- - lp as -1 'N QAJ, 'G -. A A A A A, - - - , sf ' -i,'.ft,, - Vi ' W W-,frm r-J, it f ,Q wg Michael Antoncich Arch Dingwall Clifford Armstrong Cecil Collins Bill Adams lngvald Anderson Cullen Baker page 359 Adams, Anderson, Armstrong, Baker, Brown, Collins Dingwzzll, Douglas, Gibson, Green, B. Hall, C. Hall, Hanson, Haorl, Harrigan, Knutsen Koon, C. Layton, G. Layton, Lundell, Martin, McGill, Nollar, Norlleen, Persons, Smith Stewart, Stokes, Tunstall, Velikanje, Willard, Willson, Woods Q ll 4547 SEVENTEENTH AVENUE NORTHEAST FOUNDED AT NORWVICH UNIVERSITY IN 1856 45 Chaptersg Alpha Rho Chapter Chartered in 1924 James E. Gould Eric Karlsten Clarence Knutsen Foster Douglas Bradford Hall Rodney Gibson Doug Brown .lohn Horrigan Rainer Lundell sr Faculty Members Seniors Harold Hansen Juniors Gerald Layton Sophomores John Ginger Randolph Green Pledges Carl Martin Charles McGill Stevenson Smith John S. Hood Clarence Layton Gordon Steward Tom Stokes Carl Hall Harold Nordeen Eduard Person ,lack Smith Don Tunstall Gerald Willsoxx Palmer Koon Oswald Nollar Stanley Valikanje William Willard Fred Woods 1 A, of . ,I- .. ,- ,ff ' . ' f Mya. ,ty t.. 3 4, 19,-ff? MMV Q J' , . .-,...,, f A' at . " -- yawn if S l did.. 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K .- ., '-v-Y' --Q '-'J 'a ' H Bonham, Chapman, Daggett, DeDonato, Dinham Douglas, Fahnestock, Gould, Helmick, Hull, Kinnune, LaBrache, Louge, May, Mc-Mann Neikirk, Lawrence Olwell, Lee Olwell, W. Olwell, Runze, Saindon, Steen, Stilwell, Terry, Wadrlingham Walcher, Weinrich, Wilson, Winberg, Wright Arthur Bingham Wendell La Brache Robelen Bonham George Hull Ted Baer Emerson Daggett Dick Dinham 1 W, dgwfyz Q ys ,fav 2 4w.jgf4f!7 nf f f ff.,S',f1v33 ,32?"?4 K , fx M 7 L AA ETELNTH AVENUE Nonrumsr 4532 NIN ' N 1847 AT UN1oN COLLEGE I FOUND!-ID 30 Chapters: Xi Deuleron Chapler Chartered in 1913 Gifford Emery J oe Fox Clayton Chapman Howard Neikirk Lawrence Olwell Francis DeDonato Carlos Douglas .lack Fahnestock Graduate M ember William T. Wright Seniors Richard Louge Randall Monnet Juniors Alex Gould Joseph McMann Sophomores Lee Olwell Pledges Howard Helmick Paul Kinnune Bob May 2512-23 -lil. :ij - . "QV : f s - 1512321-'gr 1' , ' Fred Robbins .lames Runte Robert Morton Vernon Saindon Stanley Waddingham William Olwell Harold Steen Harold Stilwell . , . , f , 1 f , fkkfr ' ' . , 'AGS ,fb -W 'V ,f 1 , , ff' t. M-,f ' 7:9 ez , ng-aw,-:-4 f , , .':e?fw'fff9gf34fa N ,Q X :?5:fz,in:s5:4A.- " W 4 4 4- 4' frm-:n-'.wfw-qs,..v.,- , 9 , ls- My ' ,Civ Lt- - L A - ' . milf-'vm 'f:g::e:rf:Pweefa, ,- ., f ' 2 f5'?'uM' 1+ Frank Wilson William Wright Norman Topping Irving Watcher Victor Terry Sidney Weinrich Clarence Winber 0' 2: page 360 A 'Q --'-' "fr 4--H4 Ay "-.. ' ,LM I X I -X, 4 sew- 1 t gd!! Y i QW 31 I 5 A V X f 'J ,1 ,4M:fff'1, ,, iz'-, Sail. .f I, p 445. It M. 3 e il l Q ,, ff,i-1,-, I5 3,95 1 Arthur Boyd Burdette Downer Carroll Graham Vee Iverson Roy Butterworth Ed Dahlgren Eugene Babbitt Don Ballard Glen Berry Babbitt, Bold, Boyd, Butterworth, Cisney, Dowling, Downer V Fitzmuurice, Goodchild, Graham, Hogan, Hurley, Iverson, Jolley, Kenenring, Klemme, Martinson L. Meacham, W. Meacham, Miller, Munroe, Myers, Neal, Parda, Pederson, Pierce, Price Reed, Rodgers, Schade, Schumacker, Shattuck, A.Shaughnessey, R,Shaughnessey, Sheuling, Tate, Waltersdorph Q QL 4733 SEVENTI-fI:NTH AVENIJI: NORTHEAST FOUNDED AT TI-IE UNIVERSITY or WASHINGTON IN 1924 Founded at the University of Washington in 1924 George Kingston Marvin Klemrne Larned Meacham Tom Miller Bert Fitzmaurice Irving Jolley Stan Hayward Neil Bold .lack Burrell Donald Cisney Page Faculty Member Commander J. P. Olding Graduate Member Leo Carter Seniors Fred Meyers Ralph Nelson Russell Pederson Earl Pierce Juniors Robert Kettenring Edgar Neal Sophomores Ed Martinson Walt Munroe Pledges George Dowling Melville Goodchild E. Robert Hogan Bob Holloway Robert Reed Roe Rodgers Robert Schade Curtis Shattuck Delbert Rutledge Steward Sargent Charles Shevling Walter Tate Norman Webb George Zeb Al Shaughnessey Henning Waltersdorph Richard Shaughnessey Cliff Hurley Bill Meacham Ray Pardo Milbert Price Carmon Schumacher George Welcome I " fl' " f Y :KOH A -IUWUUA, 4 i K 5 Si s, 5 W ,fx ig Qgwymsftk, I l' -. 'ix 5 i X- ,, F3 si. Q 7 L 7 til X' S 1 5' , A I W, nw, w -4: as , gs-1,,3fQs1..::sWS,frwm:m1,., Je -,fs5'.rw,,.,, ,-..,,1Jg. ,. .11 f,,i,,,., sawmv V, - MMM ov .Q-nf,,,.,,,,,., , X LE' at wwfsieh 1 s,, A.. f' Q .mg X-vfefm ,.S"NLs , EWR iiiqij 'Q NJ? A I '1'1T.f-' i Q ,s ,sP2',19jfs, sei f wif ' rig: Mi. f- " 4 " 5 V ff ,f rm- - fl 'mf aff- fi Fflfiiif sts sms 1- fv-Q"-saswfxf' wsu fir, mes,-vsE'f,6r. S Qs M15 's'Vff',ff vfafrkg' " 1 ,P-W ss . in Sh. ,J "s , Ji , wr fiat,f"j' -wg' -,,f ,ffl-:mls N sf 19,21 , .. mir ' fnjrf - giysnj , ff O .1,a.jq5iz5g+eg, ff' -w- ' w fini J::- - ':IX.f!.'v . 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M. .M ,A Clark, Clernmer Z Hansen, Henman McMahon, Meister, Il Brannon, Byers, Carew, ore Gochnour, Gran , ueson McCullough, ner, Singer Axling, ' Dutch, Gilm , Kelez, Magn . , Short, Simn Davin, Dawson, Dennis, Huey, Johansen, Johnston, G.Kele::, M. Nixon, Nuckals, Olson, Palmer, Shorrock, t Sylvester, Thomas, Tregoning, Young Hen Claude Brannon Fra nk Grant Allen Clark Frank Clemmer Glenn Axling James Carew Norris Byers Robert Dawson George Dutch Henry Gilmore if .A . ning, Hixon, M orrison, Smith, Stou , L QQ 4522 EICHTEENTH AVENUE NORTHEikST FOUNDED AT RENSSALAER POLYTECHNIC IN 1864 30 Chapters, Upsilon Chapter Chartered in 1915 Robert Huey George Kelez Virgil Davin e Charles Mclntyr Harold Dennis Lawrence Dutch Don Gochnour Robert Heaman Henning er Hixon Burt Hom Seniors ' n Nixon Marion Kelez George B Clay to . Richardson Juniors Phillip Short Hugh N ukols ' d Olson Cllffor k Vincent Shorroc Sophom HIISCII OTGS Ed Simmer aho11 Richard McM Alton Phillips Herman H Walton Hohag ll ugh .lam es McCu o Pledges Fred Huey Perry Johansen Charles Johnson Sam Learned Don Magnusson Sidney Meister 'r Frank N01 Ioir Ronald Smith Wo rth Strong Allen Singer J ack Sylvester I Walter Stou Donald Young rrison Ernest.Mo .lack Palmer George Thomas James Tregoning f3,j:,aq, is 'iw V. s1af.hMf.:1wL?n, ft fix:-faffds v- ,A 'K .,,.-,-.t,,w:, f yr Qf,,,Xjg yi W U 2715111-'VQ2f.,1 ' w'f'::wf,fZ'w2?iZk H" 'H.L15': 5, 'f2.r,w.' 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Rosen, Schneiderman, Schuman, Sherman, Singer, Teiser, Ungar, Weiner "2-5 ,KE A L .L " ill 4760 TWENTY-FIRST AVENUE NORTHEAST X FOUNDED AT THE COLLEGE or THE CITY or NEW YORK IN 1898 33 Chapters, Alpha Mu Chartered in 1922 ' Seniors Milton Berenson Alvin Hochfeld William Rosen Harry Schneiderman Harold Singer Eugene Gettelman Bernard Lowenslein Harry Schuman William Teiser Juniors Albert Forman Stanley .laloff Sidney Ungar L ,1:'lf!!f ji," 'LVD' MZ' Q ru? Q' g,:"A 4l"g"' Sophomores 'fig Jr A . . . . . 'QL AA ' William Gevurtz David Kaye Allan Heisman Irwin Mesher Leslie Sherman Q :Q . T' Pledges Bertram Boog Charles Cohn Sylvan Dreifuss Leo Kreilo sheimer Kermit Rosen Marvin Burnett David Cohn Adolph Koch Aaron Mandles Sidney Wfeiner N page 362 ,,f- ,,.- F grief sf' 'X , f i f ' 'if' 5 In JE4:..i:.15j::,f ix. .V - I I! l f r I ,-n::.:,1 X , A H , , . . -E, gywy' ,ad m Q 5 ' - - ly KU v QQ 77? ' K' A ' ul mg s W N Y K ,, .. , ,. J a s as We . tr 4 -2, . F A-EW ' W T at N is Zkstizqgateeati' f ta? f 2213? 1, 1: :: f::.:"' ffl f grim LLQ ll '77 A Zeta si Edgar Beckett Russell Dowd Harry Farish .lack Hines Edward Barker George Brobeck Talbott Carroll Barker, Beckett, Brubeck, Carroll, Dowd, Dudley, Farish, Hergert L d' McArthur McLouth, I. Meade Hill, Hines, Holley, Lawwill, Lea, Lee, un In, , T. Meade, Noble, Opland, Peters, Pettit, Rounds, I. Seth, P. Soth, Statler, Strain Thorgrimson, Trullinger, Watson, Williamson, Williams, Wills, Wilson, Wiseman 41703 TYVENTY-FIRST AVENUE L 'QQ NORTHEAST FOUNDED Ar'NIzw YORK UNIVERSITY IN 1847 Z9 Chapters: Ph Harry Purdy Donn Lawwill Richard Hergert Luther Holley .lack Meade William McArthur Robert Dudley Fred Hill Sloane Lee Faculty Mentbers Howard Woolston Seniors Terence Parker Juniors Richard Lea James Opland Robert Strain Sophomores Ben McL0uth Pledges Dan Lundin Tom Meade Frank Mckeown W1 :Tut 4. ' 5' iw: I ,, i Lambda Chapter Chartered in 1920 Clyde Robinson Lester Pettit John Trullinger ' Richard Thorgrimson Clay Peters John Soth Charles Noble Howard Rounds George Williams Kenneth Stotler Wilbur Watson Warner Wilson Phillip Soth Don Williamson John Wills Clyde Wiseman page 364 1'7-1-'---sax" lfV,w,5,.,, . ..N,f I5 1 tm, . ,, '.,a,f'1 " X . 9 , f ,4 .kwa A" K f l 4 as , 3' ' b f 5' 4-m f , ,-DA' . , ' , EW "'iLz2 , J " T ff V -JU A U -I: Q3 ff ,, f ll , VV Qjf vVV 7, x Wh ws ' ' 4 2 E V is Mff"'XLxE?flX L 7 1 v BS Q SEQ4? Qi: Q Arima, Chikata, Hayashitani, Higuchi, Hirukawa, Hirata K Masada, Matsuzawa, Motosaka, Murata Orito, Shibata, Tacl1.'b ' , obe , Nakaya, Ogura, Okada I ana, Tamgawa, Toyota, Umemolo, Yoshioka L L L 4114 FIFTEENTH AVENUE NORTHEAST FOUNDED AT TI-IE UNIVERSITY or WASHINGTON IN 1907 Graduate Members Tadao Kimura Tukuo Kondo Umekichi Tanaka Yoriaki Nakagawa Seniors John Arima Shungi Kashiwagi Hirobuni Matsui Shigesaki Ninomiya Yutaka Hayashitani Soh Katsuda Fumio Matsuzawa Hito Okada Takashi Higuchi Thomas Masuda Kaichi Murata Kimiji Sato Charles Hirata ' Sukeo Nakaya Juniors Shizuo Hashimoto Ichiro Motosaka Sadami Orii Welly Shihata Joe Hirakawa Seiji Nishida Kenzaburo Orito Kee Suzuki Mitsuo Iino Makoto Sato Sophomores Jack Chikata Kay Hamada Tooru Ka Junichi Fujimoto George Hisaya Yoshio Furukawa nazawa M su Y l ' Toshi" K asaru Kumat os Ilharu Kand JI anaya !,,,. it '11 .t ,W A "s' ' i s e Club e fr Y 1 Katsutoshi Tachibana James Tanigawa Norio Toyota Hidoe Yoshioka Tomeo"Takayoshi Frank Yabuki K . umta ro Yamada PAGE ss 6 3 a Sam Takahashi a Jam es Moroto Tsunao Uyehara i- Masatsugu Kobe Fred Ogura Susumu Umemoto 'T Katsuhiro Koda j Pledges Satoshi Fujita Hirami Okuho Takeo Shimoizaka E. Tokuda Fred Uyeda Paul Muraoka Richard Shimono Masakatsu Yasueda page 365 L, 9:-N uf - fi-3,1 , I ' 1 .f ' 'w 'E-Eva'-F, ' ,f. ' 'U '-'J ' . ' -NJ' K , W 7 235: - ' -' , 1' ' "r ' V ' fx QQ . , -Im fzffif ,Q V Y I ,. - , s2, f f9Zi.W'fV7 ' E . ' an , W f .wg . -.V. if-Q14 to f 3mfJ I 39' frfmv wife ' 3M'f!9'W" 'v f2:' ' . E ' , " '::-:gg , , 'Q : -Q 1.11. 1 1 1 1 I .m . 53 Y 2 vs f Ir so .f f W- is Q Q y S ra . 10- ff ,ii Nm U fn-.. v X was , V. - ff 1. m pf ' Silver WNW -V x Q, ,Q Wu , as 'J' i s-A. " - of W n fee' , os , s vi "" ,af ffqgfsvw I Ns f QL 77 nder ll ff, ll lgizllan if - - f , .. MFA - 'E " 'd' ii?d?Tf5i:uf If . 4 I -:L - 4- . - - - ,. Q1 1 Q ,J Fig? 4 4 A X X X IQ! V i ' 1 f ,.. ' fa vm 'r v V , :siege 1 -i f' 32" ,-.EEN ' "' " lx .Las- T - , Cole Dahlstrom Becker, Bell, Buckmun, , Fish, Heinemann, Hinderer, Horsky, Hughes, Martin, Metcalf, Myers, Norriss ' S n, Throssell, Warnick, Wilson, Wyngarden. Putnam, Rund, Sthoeggl, tee A L Q 5012 TWENTY-SECOND Avswua NORTHEAST Seniors Everts Burlew Vynor Fish Leon Olberg Norman Scott .lack Warnick Eugene Dale Cordia Henry Carl Schoeggl Herbert Steen John Wyngarden Winfred Hinderer Wilbur Throssell Juniors Richard Anthony George Becker Frank Benjamin Maurice Andrew Elmer Arveson R. K. Dahlstrom Robert Davis George Davis Robert Burwell Byron Hay lsadore Epstein Edward Iverson Angelo Manousos Irwin Metcalf Sophomores George Martin Floyd Norriss Burnett Payne PA GE 3 6 6 Frank Buckman Charles Horsky 1 Walter Hughes i 1 ? Pledges Stanley Bautigam Earl Cole Gernot Heinemann 00111011 Bell Cecil Freidman ' P Francis Myers Harry Olson John Panesko Harold Reiman Sverre Rostgaard Otto Rund Siguard Steen Aren Holleman Helmer Nelson ,vor Kc Stanley Putnam Charles Randlett Harold Smith Manfred Stromberg Joseph Taylor Robert Wilson Homer Shane William Yates page 366 as kai 1 we Va fs' 'Hs . .g 1 :.g,'q.,:,r,1 sS ' ' , ' . -Nl A353221-2:2 ' , ,f 1- "R, Y- , ,I-5E,:J-F'Ug:f1.gs, 54631535 X is " g::g:'Wm-215119. ' V . .f64E1SiJ1'.5-423iifwiliiaf "' """""' wg, L1i2l'j'L", 1,,Qjsa+5:x, , ' - ,s ,.5icQ3VJ2f'. 'fl u Xf 4? .,Sif?.4ss4R1.,,,, ff-f'2'l3'5i l3L1-SWWK ,HL 1 I I J ,.,, ,. l ,A in L L GSK t Q Q r u E ' I ." " e , llll lun A A A A ,-,EV Ag...- Anderson, Bargmeyer, A. Bennett, J. Bennett, Bona, Booker, Bergh, Brown, Commeree Doumani, Durham, Eustis, Fernandez, Gruber, Hartline, Johnson, Lindblad, Maas, McDermoz Minkler, .Monson, Paul, Quiswrff, Risk, Runer, Vogel, Waterbury, Westberg Thomas Booker Viateur Commeree Ernest G. Bargmeyer John Bennett Russell Anderson Frank Brown Allan Bennett page 367 , lf! V ,ri-S AAHE...- 4532 EIGHTEENTI-I AVENUE NORTHEAST FOUNDED AT THE UNIVERSITY or WASHINGTON IN 1919 Charles Miller Howard Durham Howard Kiehlbauch Milton Bona Davis Castor Ernest Charland Otis Carr Willard Bergh Charles Doumani Eli Doumit Faculty Members Graduate Member Frederick P. Mason Honorary Member Edwin B. Stevens Senator Warner Karshner Seniors Emil Lindblad Juniors Jack Cornhes Jack R. Hartline Sophomores Lyle Paul Pledges Harold Eustis Joseph Fernandez Paul McDermott Joseph McPherson Roger Johnson Don Minkler Harold Monson Howard Waterbury Albert Gruber John Maas Elmer Quistorff 2 t, M cPherson Kenneth McPherson Fred Westberg Leo Vogel Wilson Watson Ferguson Risk Ralph Rumelin Helge Runer af ' -A .' .a'9!5Af'.53:-2 4..1efI5, ., Z nlfiwt' 7: ff 'f'-fi gg 22? V- QI ,',, Amr. .- 5233 'if 1' x -- . 'n ff X 1. fe ' , I' V 1:-,rar .1 .g.- ':,-QL., .-f.. ' , Q 1 ,L ,, T G 'fa ' , "1 . . ic. , '- ,- A ' . 1, gs. ". iz. , -. w 'Q '- I "Wm ...H 4' t. ' " .4 -"" "' - r '-i Q ik' , ' I" " , ,' WX, ":' ' -vi' -Y H ,'Q.1," 1-.-,7, 1. ',' 'X 'I IQ, My g,'I25jI ,,- U , 51 H ,, 4.311 V , W' - X Ame' " - Hg., A , ,fy . , ' -.J ,,f, V a, , " f5'.W!l'?ii V Y- "'c:'f ' -A , A A' ' ' '- ff'4'-1- ' ' - ' V 5: ' " . JE' X.'MH5,w,ie1- g, , W.: . .J'-" - ,- ' , ' A 1 so--'F ' .' - , t , gel., . .- . Zlg,'n,. . 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Milne Homer Armstrong Winston Brown Robert Burns Nick Carter William Dunks illpll PP G ...,.. f,... ., , ., , ., ,..,, ' ' f. eil . A , f f' 7' ' " 1 ' 'af' WIS? WNW fifffmg, QM, 7 -M. , V JR I1 I. ff W ' ' C EA "1" 4' f Z Q if Men's national advertising professional, founded at the University of Missouri in 1914. Robert W. Jones chapter chartered at the University of Washington in 1923. Members are chosen from third degree A d Club membe7s who have shown marked ability in the advertising field. ,. , wi., ...,....,.....Pres1dent .....,..Vice-President Robert W. Jones Arthur G. Neitz James Elam Lincoln Johannson Hubert Mann Ned Meany Cowper Middleton FRANZ ERLENBORN ...,. RAY MINES , .......... Tom Jones Parry Ray Mines Doug Orkney David Pollock Hanford Post Russell Price , ..... Secretary Treasurer Lloyd Spencer Merwin Schrader Mart Soukup Harold Stone Norman Thompson Q LQ National commerce professional founded at New York University in 19053 47 chap- tersg Rho chapter chartered in 1919. A high scholastic standing, upperclass cred- it, and ability to succeed in the business world are requirements for membership. OFFICERS- MEMBERS- Armstr HOMER ARMSTRONG HAROLD R. STONE .. Charles N. Batelle .lerome C. Bryant Loren W. Ditlevson Franz J. Erlenborn William H. Flood Par J. Gehring was ang, Sm ...... ............ P resident ne, Schoeggl, Reed, Morbeck Vice-President DONALD C. MORBECK ..... . CARL SCHOEOGI. ........... WILLIAM G. REED ......,.,,. .......Secretary ......Treasurer ,.,,,,,,,,,,,...,....,,,.,Ritualist Robert C. Gourlay C. Frederick Harley Robert A. Huey Richard F. .lones Charles H. Laws David E. Pollock John G. Polk .loel E. Quickstad Ervine B. Rahel Thomas R. Richards Ralph M. Snider Arden C. Steinhart William B. Sweet Fred W. Taylor .lack S. 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FACULTY MEMBERS- Fred Blanchard MEMBERS- Edith Bayles Bernice Cutler Sam Harby Clarence Kavanaugh N a t i o n a l professional law fraternity founded jointly at the Cleveland School . . d of Law, Dickinson College of Law an Northwestern University, in 19005 64 senatesg Joseph Story senate chartered in 1923. Members are chosen from men law students of high scholastic standing. .,....President .lohn Conway Ella Lemon Hazel Nagley Kenneth Niles George Nickels ll Harby, Westmore PIAZEL NAGLEY HAL YVESTMORE Tom Hermans Lawrence Olwell Albert Ottenheimer De Forest Perkins Rita Prasch Executive Board Albert Lovejoy Dan Rosenberg Hal Westmore Lawrence Zillman Ita til hl 4 Birdseye, Spiller, 0'Neill, Olsen, Egan JOHN SPILLER ......... HERALD 0,NEILL .,., FACULTY MEMBER- Dr. Arthur S. Beardsley Dean ....i..Clerk of Rolls Clerk of Exchequer ALBERT OLSEN ...............,..,........ f Ritual CERARD VAN AMERONGEN ..........,. Master o .Bailiff GRANVILLE EGAN .,.......,....,. .......,....,..,. Albert Olsen Herald O'Neill Willis Potter John Spiller Donald Tunstall Gerard Van Amerongen Byron Lutterman Orth Sisemore Carl Swanson ,.V.,, , ,,:, .:.,,,, , , , , 1 F5 5 51 , ,. Laf ze. Aftqewyaa., .M 'W' tam.-af'-at1:.?Q::zMw, MEMBERS- Hugh Aitkin James Engler Howard Le Clair Story Birdseye Donald Gaines Stewart Lombard Lawrence Booth Gerald Hile Carl Luckerath Alfred Burroughs Earl Holmes Warreii Magnuson Clarence Campbell Raymond Johnson Marion Marquis Granville Egan Herbert Landon John R. Martin PLEDGES- Leo Brand Clark Eckhart Grant Larned Donald Butt Jack Freeman Clarence Layton Sherman Ebbinghouse A. A. Giblin Francis Le Sourd ,. L .ly '- "" C , 1 ., ,, ' L-t:ftfiu3ft?:,f ,. ' 5 ., f" ' " ff na' V1 fi-Q ,t.f4,fsef.-asmfasastlt t- f V V til lph +,,,. A. ,.,. .-Q Jfjeffgx. . 1 f- si ll National accou ' 0 4 ff , " ffl q,!qggwguzf-15m'!,. ' ' " 4 Qffwftei ,tw . .,. Nt... f f? .Qui Q. nting professional at the University of Illinois in 1919g 13 chaptersg Delta chapter chartered in 1921. Members are chosen from students in ad- vanced accounting whohave high schol- astic standing. X OFFICERS- FACULTY ME MEMBERS Bock, Bran RUSSEL GEORGE BRAND1' .. L S. Bock IBERS IV .. C. E. Calhoun Herbert Condon William 4 Carl Dakan Pearce Davis O. E. Draper Cox T. Hays Anglea G. Donald Chaffee L. Presley Gill Norman J. Gillespie Emmett S. Harr ington dt, Miller, Westin ......President .,...Secretary H.E.G Frank Hamack H . C. Happ Verner Robert Kina Karl Leib U regory Johnson George Hazel Alden C. Hopkins RoyW H .l h . . o nson Percy A. Lockitch . Miller Thomas K Carl Schoeggl HENRY THEOD 4 A. MILLER J a y D. H. Mackenzie Charles Miller J. P. Robertson n de Walker mes lVlcConahe F. C. Va Arna Wann Norman C. Stansbery Ho ' ward Stinson Walter Tate William Wagner Lester W. Wood , .,... Treasurer oRE WESTIN Historian founded PAGE 3 7 3 f , - ,x .- .h,..W. 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R.. .- V: a ,, -7, p A 4 -.,,i.. ,, .A .,.. , ,A .K ,. ,-. f ws- . ., . 1 -. ' . 9: M . W .u-1 ,air -R, .- ' -'E - . . . - 1.3 5155 zf52.,.5,:. . h - , LmJ,.:..15 ' ,A ' , , -11.1, . if ww: ,p V ,fcwte ' -' . - -,J 1 ,.,. ,- , -N dh. V , 1 , .D X-'!" W" ,aw X zft, nw.. WXsvB?'WWV 5:,QQ'QQ'S!'PgE:'53:,f5.., N i QA x x .Q Ao li ts it M: . , Ll 77 Ia anese women students' club orffanized . . . . 92 P za 1 5 t the University of Washington tn a A Ia anese woman attending the Uni- ny p . versity is eligible for membership. ll fu 0-kai Nakabaynshi, Okamura, Watanabe, Furuya, Tsukzmn OFFICERS- KIKU NAKABAYASHI ...,... ,...,.....,...... ..,.. P r esident Knvu FURUYA ...........,,.,.. Corresponding Secretary HANNA OKAMURA ,,.,,... . ...,........,.,., Vice-President ToM1 TSUKUNO ....,,,...........................,...... Treasurer TERU WATANABE ......... ...,...... R ecording Secretary YUKI SHIMOMAE .....,...,......,.....,......,,..,....... Historian MRS. S. ARIMA ...,.........,,................,.,,,,,......... Adviser ACTIVE MEMBERS- Kimi Furuya Hannah Kosaka Hanna Okamura Chika Takahashi Alyce Hanafusa Makie Kushi Kiknye Otani Tomi Tsukuno Hana lshigami Kiku Nakahayashi Yuki Shimomse Teru Watanabe Lillian Katayama Kazu Nakaseko Sakae Suzuki MEMBERS- Iku Ariizumi Sada Seki Shizuko Tashiro Yuki Watanabe Yurino Takayoshi Tomi Tokuda Nobuko Yanagimachi Frances Matsushina Josephine Sasabe A II PACE 3 7 4 1 fs' ? National professional for women in ad- vertising, founded at the University of Missouri in 19203 5 chaptersg Gamma chapter chartered at the University of Washington in 1925. Members are chosen from upperclass women showing interest d roficiency in advertising, who are an p third degree Ad Club members. OFFICERS- TAINA Eavmc .............. MELANIE PETERSON : .... HONORARY MEMBERS- Lila Arnold GRADUATE MEMBERS- Claire Drew Marjorie Sue Andrews Sara Blair Thelma Daniel Taina Erving PLEDGES- ll alnnzlil illpha Chl Eruing, Peterson, Wilson, Nicholson N ,,,,,..,,,,,,,,,PreSident LAVELLE WILSO Vice-President M. IRENE NICHOLSON ........ . .....--. Treasurer Ruth Grant Flora James Maybelle Ghiglione Gertrude McCanne Ilia Small Mitchell Irene Nicholson Pauline Kranz Melanie Peterson Edna Segerstrom Katheryn Schellinger Lorna Slipper .Secretary Dorothy Brassington Doty Mildred Treadwell Lavelle Wilson Betty Wright MARGERY WALKER 2, ' 'v'--v-v-:N lnmer nd Coffin A Heilman, Shaffer, Pollock OFFICERS- HONORARY MEMBERS- Mary Katherine Baker MEMBERS- Sidney Adams Alan Blum Irwin Blumenfeld Parker Collins Albert Daniels Glenn Dexter Floyd Flint Alfred Goldblatt iota Signl ' ROBERT HEILINIAN, Jn. ......................,....President DAVID POLLOCK .. Ruth Hubley Charles Guernsey Robert Heilman Way Hill Clifford Hoof Marion Kelez Lindsay MacHarrie Albert Ottenheimer Sidney Patzer ll Q '.4L?, 1 e:""'1',,'.fi5M.'i15q itil , ' S' ff! X , ,QQ ,n,4 1? x X W ., y, A , 34 ew A f 4- Q 9 33, 639+ 0141 Jifh RA, Mi ml A . we ,V , ,A ' f Xfyyf? ' 4 r J, , ,K Wai -'-finial". -,Mi v io E 1 , M C, , 4 Professional humorous publication frater nity organized at the University of Wash- if Q A. ington in 19195 6 chapters. Three quar- iiif LN .i4' L ters of outstanding work on Col 'J 7 I, ,ww ulnns, fi ' 1. . lWSllillgl0ll,S comic magazine, necessary V' for eli ibil'. ' g ily to membership. RALPH SHAFFER ,.,. ...... Treasurer Melanie Peterson John Perfield David Pollock Harry Richardson Albert Salisbury Ted Schell Ralph Shaffer Robert Showacre National f f V4 Af f ff y I f if if 3 1 We ff Lb' ",, ,, ,, ,iayy , -. s i.. f,,ft1. : 5, V. ., ,L f . , raaa :I f ,L T. ', r i Q if 1 A K ' 13 73? 'W ,J 3- f, l aw, ' . if I, V , I Z, M I . :QA .i f A aw.: f . , P' ., z ' f f 'f f iffy, 4 ff if y 1 f . , , 1, 9 f -fa., , , I 5 I tx W QP' 2 MX 4 l f 2 -' if 5,1,.ff'f1 ,"vw,i.,f X , frlwffsf-' ........Vice-President V' X if fig! ,, A -M' gffif 4 fs , . Kathryn Schellenger ii' A Kenneth Striker Mark Sullivan Kyle Taylor Harry Torbitt Bill Wallace Richard Weisfield C. Douglas Welch . ., ' .W- ,W A . ,,v 6 f 1 ,. mst chemistry professional founded at the University of Washington in 19113 17 cha t . M t,.,. ,. , t,f. ,ww pers embers chosen fr om women of excellent schol h' ' ars ip in science who have taken chemistry. W'alker, Braford, Anderson, Poole OFFICERS- CATY BRAEORIJ ...,,. FACULTY MEMBERS- President ........Vice-President , X ,M .sz-,.,.f, eats ef-: psf pta' arf A-A l :C :fb 2 LJ., v wo., 47- . ,'.,.ssQ!?s ,., L . c,,, I 3-fi :fic U25 LUCILE ANDERSON .................. ABICAIL PooLE ..,.. Alice Gerdeman Grace Denny Rachel Hoffstadt HONORARY MEMBER- Mrs. C. McPhail Smith MEMB ERS- Lucile Anderson Harriet Lehman Ethel Radford Caty Braford Anna Church PLEDGES- Elsa Hillebrecht Ruth Lawless Lena Hartge Virginia Leedy Roberta McCorkell Effie Raitt ..Secretary-Treasurer Corresponding Secretary Bernice Wait Ruby Hirose Abigail Poole Maude Rice Helen Sliinn Olive Swain Margery Walker Marjorie Westfall '- 3,1-Gr-. E ' ' if X - . ff ' .. :Y . 4 I . H 4 it -.5 :Lv - -I- ' " f t A .1 -f -7 ff ' , - v A... ,. I ,:, . I. mb , , I PAGE 3 75 i 1. if ? ,ltr , f'f,s-1fsw"f L - ,X Q !-p,4fMA" K" ' 6 ,. gm. , ., 9 .MA .Sf L f . sa ,, National bandsman fraternity founded at at ft , f' kappa Oklahoma Agriculture and Mines Col- - lege in 1919. Gamma chapter chartered in 1919. L L Q FE Q T. CN Brady, Clemmer, Chanda OFFICERS- DURWARD THAYER -----.,-...---..-........ President FRANK CLEMMER, JR. .....,. . BEN BRADY ------------------ ----.--,,.......... V ice-President ALVIN CHANDA ,,,,,.,,,.,,,4A Momns WOLF ,,,,.,,,,..,,,,,,,,.,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,4,..A.,, Editor HONORARY MEMBER- Albert P. Adams GRADUATE MEMBERS- Laurence Botsford Wells Grant Laurence Palmer ..........Secretary .........Treasurer Vinton Southern Ted Brady Julius Guintoni ACTIVE MEMBERS- Perry Beckman Alvin Chanda Victor McClelland Fred Ward Alfred Bennest Frank Clemmer, Jr. Norman Scott Lloyd Wiehl Ben Brady Thomas Kelly Durward Thayer Morris Wolf Leo Brand Ray Macomher PLEDGES- T. W. Bishop Edmond Eggen Glenn Peterson Girton Viere-ck Howard Bloom Evert Hough Kenneth Sather Merrill Wallace Ed Cram Edward Iverson Ralph Sweazey Kenneth Woodford Paul Davis David Kaye H o n 0 r a r y art fraternity for women, founded at the University of Washington in 1917. Members are chosen from art l il r 0 students of high scholastic standing. Hensley, Baker, Smith, Harrison OFFICERS- MERCEDES HENSLEY .........................,........t. President SHIRLEY SMITH ,,..,,,, VIRGINIA BAKER ............. - ................. Vice-President GRPHA HARRISON ,,,..,,, HELEN BUCK ...............,., - ..,,............ Faculty Adviser FACULTY MEMBERS- Edna Benson Raymond Hill Morgan Padelford Helen Buck Walter Isaacs Ruth Penington MaryHelen Byers Ambrose Patterson Dudley Pratt Hope Foote ACTIVE MEMBERS- Virginia Baker Laura Grant Elizabeth Berryman Orpha Harrison Kimi Furuya Mercedes Hensley Ruth Joseph ,.........Secretary .........Treasurer Helen Rhodes Florence Wood Eugenie Worman Gertrude McCanne Shirley Smith MEMBERS- ' Q L 6 6 X k ..1-nf...-...1 ply- f arine 1 .. -A-Agfa-,1 10.2, 'G Club f f ' 21 .f fx Ie. Z If I+-w -' v f nv f I- f I ,, Q The Marine Club, founded at the Univer- sity of Washington in 1921, is an organ- ization composed of students interested in the promotion of Maritime Commerce on the Pacific Coast. Membership is selected from tho fm' " Thom pson, se students ha ' scholast' ' OFFICERS- FACULTY MEMBERS- Capt. Hub Frank , Hall, Murchiso n, Weslberg WILBUR B. THOMPSON Jon ...,.,...... ....P N I. HALL ....,............ resident ....,..Vice-President ert A. Bauer Capt. Raymon F Benjamin Magnus Hoff Wilbur Bond Thomas Jobs Dean Cook Willard Johnson Sherman Ebbinghouse Knute Kravik Cordia Henry micron . Farwell Q Q vmg ic standing and high a keen interest in the field of commerce. DONALD M. MURCHISON ..... FRED H . WESTBERG ......... . ......Secretary ..,..Treasurer Prof. .l. E. Gould Don Livin gstone Kenneth Pe dl n eton Johnny Polk George Ritter Walter Stout .lack Tracy Ted Westo n Harold Wismer National h conomics fraternity founded at the Michigan Agricultural College in 19l2g 20 chaptersg Omicron chapter chartered in 1922. Women of high scholastic standing in home econom- ics are elected t ome e o membership. OFFICERS- M FACULTY ERTIE WILLIGAR HORTENS MEMBERS- A. .leannette Bliss MEMBERS- Mary Elizabeth Ba Wil I: MILLER ..., ligar, Miller, Duff, Priem, Mills ...............Preside11t ..................Vice-President C ATHERINE MILLS ,... Grace G. Denny MARION DUFF VIRGINIA Effie I. Raitt PRIEM ...,...,.. .Editor Secretary ......Treasurer PAGE 3 77 L M I I ,Q '21zt,fi'f,lx' 1 iff Q 44. was 5 fa Y ,if ' f 1 '. J '!F?"'44fAc, f , my ,V , , .4 swf ,mf gf, W v,f,.,,,. ,. Wt, ,, . , 1 f, mmegfyymt ' E 2 .3 aff gmt, ,f ,-, .,,, MW tt 52 of 1 -- , wg ll ' ef..-, ,rw nys. ' A -7,3 ,,f,Q'g,tpr., K .,, , ft ., , .,ff1,,,,, ,. .,tQmf.fw4fvff'f I " J -- 1, ,,g,tf gcgfgev ,, 3-wx ,stty , ' -' . Qwfawetf 112 v .:f'eM1b, - 1 Q-' ,araefss ff bfi? , W VJ., I ,Ja "7?,-F "Q X , i T., I .,. QFPYQWAI 4' " ,, f ,. , H. . ' ,, we V w,gf2,fia31 ' ' ,ft ,,:-u L -. -- f..,tv.,.fv', ff W D. . J .,,,.' ,L li, ew,?Qs,,,, Q z- I f i . f. 'li . i2"'V4'f327iC uv V,-.ram limit 213223: -:iii 1' Q 5- Pr' .1155-3 v L2 E nton Margaret Coughlin Elmina Mrachek Mary Elizabeth Starr I Octavio de Beaulieu Vera Marshall , ,Fi ff . :Q Q T - ' 'L ,41?'gs. 1 H ' fu' e, '- r , . ,' rn. I t uf, . H: , Vi agra., 4 N H ' ' gag... L? V -, 1 n fiffff- ffm S 2 121 .2 tiff , 1 I f 'I ' f,av'1-1. ' A -'-- -'A ,Q f-f1f, Y . 2 ..,rg21's ww: f egg , it I-.Y , , tffg,.-'f'55gfIi- . f J, 1 H , iff"L'I-ir L ' . ' Mil ly, 4 , lsigqly J 'Y R N.: V ' f um -5 ? ,..,- -.L-13?i",Ti 27' , ' '55 bla?-Y -- , .11- fx, r 'fe w . Q Q ix I ig:-f.cL4f"JW as "ig . X National music honorary for women, founded at Metropolitan C o l l e g e of . . . . . . 52 M ' Cincinnati, Ohio, in 1903, usic, chaptersg Tau Chapter chartered in 1915. To be eligible for membership, students must possess outstanding talent, a very high scholastic average, and at least Junior standing. A A hi ep ilon PAGE 3 73 - .1 1 2' E 'i OFFICERS- Mlumsn NELSON ........ - FLORINE MACINTOSH .,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Nelson, Macintosh, Tippett, Jackson, B President .Vice-President GLORIAN BUTLER ...,..... FACULTY MEMBERS- Pauline Alderman Ruth Allen Alice Bagardus Isabel Baker Sigrid Brodine Gloria W. Butler Olga England Dorothy Frost MEMBERS- Ruth Bamford Nina Burns Iris Canfield Agnes Hegg Elizabeth Henderson Inez Jackson Mildred Johnson utler WILMA TIPPETT ...... . .,,. ,. INEZ JACKSON .......... Treasurer Edna Mahon Irene Nielson Corresponding' Secretary ..,......Recording Secretary Louise Oliver Louise Van Ogle Frances Dickey Newenbam Florine Maclntosh Margery Maclntosh Ethel Morck Mildred Nelson Myra B. Olive Elizabeth Reeves May Sievers Wilma Tippett V X A 9 4 li ,Wap ft if .nga eff Q Q J is VWP44 ga We Q . ' ' 1- --il ' ,B " 'W . 1, .-,,,....Mf V sg , Q if - M w 2 f - ffs.,,:.:e:w44f,sf , ,- ',,,,1wffg1.,a,A,,: --.:,2f,,:sr-1 JV- E Q X .: , . V. if ,,,Q,--,:,-w,,?f 1 1. Ji. .Mr , aw V- ' , , , f, ,Ay f je - 1 V f H21 W amy." '-' 't if . '- 1 3' ' , , fy s r 9' L M3 , f"7f'A 3' "3 ' . , ff vt' A 1 f fi f V- ' f, ffm' M ' f-' ' ,5 A- 7 ,fsf'.:1,,.a'1:,. Q? - , ,.-Qf tl a iw , . f ,Aw f 2 M, ' t 4 A ,fx I XQX M, tx Q, t sw 1 as Q,-ala:-w1:" ,A , .. f -,y,,x,e,, 42 .fW.?.:,. I f ,4 1 t 1, 4 ia, 2-ef J . 1 W. . , "5-Q5SrJ5 .,,,.,, dim Y L L t t n Xeni ri..-,WW A ,, 'bv f. fx J . We I ,W 1 Q L X W f ,f at International foreign trade fraternity founded at the University of Washington in 19193 13 chapters. Members are chosen from upperclassmen of high scholastic standing, who are primarily interested in foreign trade. FACULTY Allen , Barrnclon OFFIC gh, Wilson, Har! ERS- STANLEY JORDAN BAR MEMBERS- Dean William E. Cox MEMBERS- Stanley Allen Homer Armstrong Jordan Barraclough Ernest Bass Arthur Boyd hi izllph ALLEN .......A.... RACLOUG President Vice-Presi dent Ray Farwell Dr. Herbert Cowen Jerome Bryant Leo Chain Robert Chittenden John Delaurenti Harvey Hart Ita L L WESLEY WILSON HARVEY H Prof. E. Griffin Ed mond Herald John Krogstad Cowper Middleton Irvine R abel J ames Tanigawa National la ART ..... Secretary-Treasurer Historian Dr. M. M. Skinner Harold Wasson Ronald White Wesley Wilson Lee Worley w professional fou Chicago Law S nded at the chool in 1897. Du chapter organized Wash' n b a r at the U ' ' mgton i H olde n, Imus, Huffine OFFICERS- MEMBERS- S- HAROLD HOLDEN JERARD IM Newell Banks Hugh Benton John Day Frank Carbe C ey Oscar Enge Patrick Guimont Merritt Jergens harles Car M .fm .AX .4 xslW? ' .. rB"i'l-L95 V We t- 'L3-.. , w US ...............Justice .,......Vice-J Elmer Goering Harold Holden Clifford Hoof Sherman Huffine Llewelyn Jordan James Macdonell Clifford Moe C eorge Nickell SHERMAN HUFFINE FRANKLIN MANNI NG Jerard Imus Franklin Manning Alden Mille r Joel Olmsted Allen Pomeroy Felix Rae Philip Sho FI Torrey Smith nwerstty of n 1914-. ..........Clerk ........Treasurer Ral h p Rivers Frank Ryan Robert Thurston M . PAGE 3 7 9 - Zll'l0I1 Zioncheck Elery Van Diest ? Donald Webster w ,L ttf' , H-- 'x l 1 NIJ . , A rn , 1, -'Tfl wil" .,. '-A: All .J 11.11"-.w-n,, . 1 1 ' -sg 751- w .x x 1 V A -- A' 'an ' .u VJ' . 'ff .44 lei: ' L -if ,-., . A H ' 1 1 fr: i,.:.xyz -Y f ' . ff M my .. 1 W y fi eiffjfffit 55,2 ,A .s if 7 , , fi L., I' .V 4 2 fs . , I il itnl J W 7 ,Y 'C y l"t ,. ,A l 0 if 4 'f ' " A me wwe., , Y f 'f .Ware A, J fr..' L yttt ytey 1 1 J , . - 'V Qi . . .I .,. ,.,Qi ,V ' 5 . Q fi ry , , .N 4 , f , ?:fZf5 f4',lZZ7 w:,f- 4 9 1 M 1 M-mf J yn-., fa ab' '1:zfZ, 99 i am.- r g,..a,1e-1 2? 'fs L .awf,a. -f . Q fra V ,sf - ,ef . .v . . j . ,. " : .V ..,, , Q. Xff . ..X . . 4 U. .- gt vs 1 1 1 2 5? 4 .I1-Eiiui 1 , M W , ul., ,gm ' I' Catholic student activity honorary organ- ' U ' ersity of Washington in ized at the nw 1927. Members are chosen from upper- ' t 'n New- class students who are promtnen t man Club and University activities. f Nam. A '- 1 Q is 31 'I W -..A lp hi ll rho OFFICERS- CHARLES MCALLISTER ...... MEMBERS- Lawrence S. Booth, Jr. Bertrend Curran Florence Ditter ' PLEDGES- Leo Brand John Dolphin International legal fraternity founded at the University of Michigan in 18695 53 ha ters ' Ballinger Inn chapter chartered C P a ' b hi based on high schol- tn 1907. Mem ers p arship and character. CHARLES E. LAUER .....,.. Lauer, McAllister, Black, O'Meara .................President Domus BLACK ..,....,,Secretary ..............Vice-President ERMA 0,MEARA ,, ,,,,,,,,Treasurer Alice Gates Earl Holmes Alice O'Leary Margaret Hartney Dick Kwapil Dorothy Quigley Aileen Herty Marie Lockwood Betty Russell Mart Soukup John Spiller LLL hi Ita hi OFFICERS-- J. E. CANDY .,.... C. P. SHANK ....... H. T. FITCH .... SECOND-YEAR MEMBERS- E. C. Bunker Olin Hughes M. F. Mathewson THIRD-YEAR MEMBERS- Candy, Sl .......Magister ......Historian .......... Clerk J. P. McGlinn Lowell Mickelwait Edwin Driscoll PAGE 3 8 0 W G A l . . rmstrong 2 E. F. Arnold H. T. Fitch E E. G. Cushing .l. E. Candy Harvey Davis J. G. Gose 2' ? PLEDGES- Thorwald Tollefson Earl Requa I 24 Frank James tank, Fitch, McGlim1, Winston, Arnold J. P. MCGLINN ....... P. H. WINSTON .. E. F. ARNOLD ..,.,, C. P. Shank Smith Troy E. C. Custavson E. E. Johnson C. 0. Kalenius L. L. Lev George E. Smith ..........Reporter .........Gladiator ..,,.,...Tribune R. J. Willis P. H. Winston 0. H. Mills C. W. Morrison K. G. Smiles James Williamson ' if :A ff: ,. .53 :A-. Zi? - P f A, 1. , V e. iff., 1 '. ,,-f-.-'i" '.'.r-'LL I"'-, , "4 . ' M" -, . - w y ' , - -41' , " -. ' -. 5 -A , 5- , , 'r .'7f5t.fM2? , .. M 1. ' X. ' ' . 1" f-'J f M N 'A - A 2.1.1 . ' z A .ur , fefiw A , . 1 ...- -. W. 'W Y as-:af,.,.e:a,:wrf:a - - , ...ae-.pf-4,:pg:t1' 1.2:-we 'as 'i' ': r ' .f -T 5 139223 sw Wm aff Tx' w M41 hi lnlnl 1v,....m1,.mm. A -4 ,I 1 X4 H, ,,,. .r ' Cow, OFFICERS- FACULT MEMBERS PAUL L. Y MEMBERS- H.K.B enson W. L. Be uschlein W. M. Dehn Robert Bonnar Frank Chan Richard Damerell Thevelove Evans Einer Flint Foster Ford Johnston Gow ..,.. , Wirth HENRY E. E. R. Norris S. G. Powell V. Sivertz G. MCP. Smith Nathan Fragen Paul L. Gow Robert C. Haring Allen J. Hayward J. F. G. Hicks, Jr. J. L. Hoard Charles V. g William R. Johnston J. Irving Jolley Joe Lang Ga . ngsdorf Robert D. Porter Hornher ynor E La ilon .President W WILLIAM R mx-I , h 5- we . , f , W ff iff, J V , fwxf' E 5 - 14' QMMIK if 'IM ww. National chemistry fraternity founded at the University of Illinois in 18993 24 chaptersg Epsilon chapter chartered in 1910. Members are chosen from men of high scholastic standing in chemistry. . JOHNSTON - ...,., ,,,,,,, V ice-P l ....... .,....... S ecre ta ry-Trea sur H. V. Tartar T. G. Th Harold S B. D. Thomas Seldon Todd Victor Wellman Henry E. Wirth Calvert Wright chimke resident er OIIIPSOII PACE 381 E 1' , nf: ' . k A i ' we 1 fffffls ,iyvffffi ' 'li'E3:,,L?'ff1z,, 'g int' 4L..g'-:L 4 f ..?3.g.' Y .-"Ej'i5,1-.i:.-1L"- ..-,"fg2 -sa ' ., ,i,t.. ,,gjf,.?i. . 1 313. "'!f. , -12359 ' T f 'IW-, .thx . 'J.1' ' ,V 1' .' Q Q ii' K' y I J S' 1 l X X . E r tw? 1,. 9 he ,V gif: V,V' ' M ,LX M E ' 4.9. . ., ,uf f - 1 .rg E V . , ff ,ff ,t ..,. i .4 H Xfv' J' A .iw " ' 4 .,y, att., el, MZ .7 f 1 ,V , 4 a ?'f',U 5. V V .i w ,V .1 . ' 7 ,,,, .. A., qw ,V V I . -A QM 1 . 'Zigi I c, .A ,., .-yr t,.- iv, if 2 " 'Q-Yr' wi ' ,, .. 1' .ig 'lf L E' vhhnifi K 6 fr? ,Q FQ ,, . A K Ps N 'BX Aka lik WMM ' - Ss3,,wY'Sg' iw-f:f,. S ,,7a,.,,.mK'S:f ,:,.,,,M.s wgt Q mx x found- National honorary music fraternity ed at the New England Conservatory of Music in 1898g Sigma chapter chartered in 1921. The aim of Phi Mu Alpha is to maintain American musical ideals and to encourage students of music to further .LLL hi II illphil endeavor. llIcClelland, Dixon, lllcMulIen OFFICERS- VICTOR MCCLELLAND ...........,.........,.........., President GORDON D1xoN ......,,.,.,.......... .....,.. V ice-President LYLE MCMULLEN ........,..,,........ Secretary-Treasurer FACULTY MEMBERS- Alberl P. Adams Irving M. Glen Moritz Rosen Carl Paige Wood H. B. Densmore George F. McKay Walter B. Whittlesey STUDENT MEMBERS- Donald G. Bushell James Lynn Hoard Victor H. McClelland Stuart K. Nielsen Gordon A. Dixon .lean W. Kantner Lyle McMullen George W. Thomas Howard Hanscom National dramatic fraternity for women, founded at Emerson College of Oratory, Boston, Massachusetts, in 18959 6 chap- tersg Zeta chapter chartered at the Uni- versity of Washington in 1926. Members are chosen from students who have high scholastic standing and who have com- pleted at least twenty-five credit hours in . . II PAGE 382 - ? dramatics. OFFICERS- NANCY CRIMES ........ BETTY RUSSELL .,...... Esrmsa HALL ........ HONORARY MEMBER- Alhert R. Lovejoy FACULTY MEMBER- Cecyl Lovejoy MEMBERS- Kathryn Callow Florence Gage PLEDGES- Maxine Blakemore Marjorie Andrews Grimes, ...,,............Presidenl Vice-President ..............Secretary Nancy Grimes Esther Hall Louise Hastert .lanice Ka shun Russell, Callow, Livesley KATHRYN CALLOVV ...... ......... T reasurer ETHEL LIVESLEY ....... ......... W ardell DOROTHEA PRATT ,,..., .. ....... Reporter Ethel Livesley Dorothea Pratt Betty Russell Hazel Nagley Marie McElhaney Virginia Opsvig A DF. Wm. D6l'll'l P1'0f, T1-ev P- illll OFFICERS- P- McGill, Brook We ,,..t..4,.x.,,-, V ' I C MM 4 A ll tiln. pi l ffifi? F .W 2, , 2 1 V " 1 N 1 M K tx V ai f J W'omen's n , tcation, founded in 1917g 30 chaptersg Zeta chap- ter chartered in 1917. M e m b e r s a r e chosen from upper division and graduate women with high schgastic standing, who are primarily interested in education. ational honorary in edl MERRIE P. MCGILL ......A......President ALICE LEE BROOK FLORENCE DAHL ........................,....,. Vice-President D MAT 01101 ILDA GILBREATH .,..,.. Corr ' Chi CSp0lldll1g Secretary OTIE Lili OFFICERS- Lucas, Colcock OSCAR LUCAS ..... FACULTY MEMBERS- MEMBERS- Dr. .l. L. W Dr. .lohn E. Guberlet Eric Chew .......President BENTLEY orcester, Adviser ., ................... Treasurer HY PERCIVAL ....,, ,.,,,., K eeper of Records V AN ORSDALL ...., ..,.... R ecording Secretary Men's pre-medic fraternit '1 ' y organized at the University of Washington in 1912. Members are chosen from upperclassmen with grades that average B or better, and with qualities of leadership, personality, and character. C0LcocK ..... ....... . Secretary-Treasurer or Kincaid Dr. R. C. Miller Dr. E. R. Morris Dr. E. V. Smith Dr. L. G. Thompson aff! ,I W, fs. f ff, A ' f 95 V, 7 ,Af + A MI ,fn-f, . - .4 QA , Z Y! .f .y ' ' 6 PAGE 3 83 it . 2 ,, 72. A 4 f f , 4- 1 'A Fx f, 5 f' A ,L H . , gif g .. 5 ,-V 3 "?i?. 4, fy: . , fl ,, .f 'N X1-Sk xx ' -yr 'N v X tai X sv Nsqsiis, x ssmwslxvg x 'X sXvX N vxwbw 85, QX9 sewn :ummm Y X .ff s ., 5 ,s F 7 F5 . A, .x M Le. 1 yo , if f J 4. 5435 4 : L ig., , ev if 5. x .np gi 55 3 'I :wig 4 ISS'-shes N if ta, .-5 m Z 25 K , 1, - ft A 1 fig 'ffm- 1 . 5f,ff,,ifw . . 2421? ,N ,ii if - Max Hunter .lack Marchand Alexander Silver 1 . , , glade : 13V1llFunkCurt1s lglarence Hurlhut Carl Martin James Snydgr 5 OY ' 15 0601 Ingham Leif Melsom Roy Swank Joseph Greenwell Boyd Isenhart Robert Morris William Sweet Clayton Gunderson George Kingston Earl Rhincl Walter Voegtlin V ,un .1 'f , 'L ., .fcfffl flis., 1 . Q 31- , , . - my 4 iq?-, ,, V W - ,V if X ' .. I I 1 .:,-,,, G' ' f + , . . 2 F F S . ' B . 'A 1 t A I .J . li,-Q' 1 . iii. Q: if f f ,. ,ig X . 2 5 . 15" KW- fw ' :EQ 'l,. Ti 52 .- 1 'ft A , .x X Q 1, 145 2- Y. . 5 H r 9 94 QL it ,Q 5 I f t Qs 5 1 A ' 3- I f J fl . , 'N Zta . 1 . --v 1'- V' I , 1 , Ki , 1, 1 Honorary military organization founded at the University of Wisconsin in 1904g 73 companies in seven regiments. Com- pany I, lst Regiment, at the University of Washington, chartered in 1913. .JN ., 7 F7 ei. 78 ,. .3 2 .. .,,At..X .,f.f , ...,1 . .:-. . mai A-Sf Scilbbard A A A and bla SS O hz LA! oo 4:- SELBY M. SKINNER ,,,-, -.'---.-4-.-------..-,-- C aplain QUENTIN R- DAVIS ....... ......... F irst Lieutenant FACULTY MEMBERS- Lt. Comdr. Eric L. Barr Prof. Wm. E. Cox Maj. F. J. de Ronan Maj. R. K. Greene Herbert Anderson Jordan H. Barraclough Richard J. G. Bomer Albert A. Browne Eugene B. Brownell George Cook Quentin R. Davis MEMBERS- Lee J. Adamson Clifford A. Bartells Brandt Bloomquist Franz J. Erlenborn PLEDGES- Dr. David C. Hall Lieut. Christian Hildebrand Lieut. Dean Luce Col. H. T. Matthews Al G. Flournoy Dave K. Froula Byron H. Galt Par J. Gehring Karl E. Hammer Robert Hitchman Russell R. Ingersoll Joseph C. Kinkead W. A. Lauri Donald Livingston as at-t -- -A . .... . ..'. !f"',jff3.5? j if ff Skinner, Davis, Browne, Steinharl ALBERT A. BROVVNE ..,,. ARDEN C. STEINHART ...... Capt. Evan K-Meredith Maj. H. C. K. Muhlenberg Comdr. James P. Olding Capt. Harold R. Priest Walter C. Huffine Emmet P. Kelly Gaynor H. Langsdorf Chas. E. Lauer Mark Mathewson Gordon W. McKinstry Larned A. Meacham Roy E. Meister Robert D. Morton Fred V. Niemann ........Second Lieutenant ..............F1rst Sergeant Pres. M. Lyle Spencer Capt. Maurin L. William Lieut. C. P. Young Dan A. Ranney Kenneth F. Robertson Selby M. Skinner Arden C. Steinhart Harry E. Torbitt George S. Woodwvorth Russell A. Pohl Paul F. Scharpenberg Henry F. Taylor it E54 ' 52? Qi i '35 X X , Johnson, Clev anrl, Boyer OFFICERS- Si ,,,,..,,., lllil ltil Chi L ...........,.,. meamfeams. ff N... ' '-lu ,sk f' 'JH A 4 P ff , X ' 1 I K.,-ff A rofessional ' . .1-' '- ,,,,fffWffe,..ssm,4 ,, pf " 1 ' 72" a, f f. I, .5152 A- Q 7 -K! gh Journalism fraternity organ- ized at De Pauw University in l90'I' W7ashington chapter ch Men of hi h L 3 artered in 1909. g scholastic standing in jour- nalism, who have signified their intention of entering the profession are eli ibl membership. L Barnharl, J OFFI ohnson, Lev 1 CERS- TOM BARNHART ...,.. BOB JOHNSON .... FACULTY MEMBERS- Byron Christian MEMBERS- Tom Barnhart Gordon Barteau Glenn Dexter Phil K. Erickson Wesley E. Farmer inline y, 11CAlliSlel' .,...........,.President Vice-President Robert W. Jones Floyd Flint Robert Hayes Robert He'l 1 man, Jr. Herschel C. Hu lltel' el ELEANOR JOHNS R ON ...,.. UTH CLEVELAND ...... HONORARY PLEDGES 1 erlet Dr. Rachel Hoffstadt ACTIVE MEMBERS- MEMBERS- Mr s. John G1 h ilon President V. RUT lee-Presid HAROLD P . LEVY ..........,... CHAR LES MCALLISTER Fred W. Bob Joh Harold P. L evy McAllister Kennedy IISOII Charles Curtis Shattuck Womelfs h ........Secretary l'CZlS'll1'Cl' Welly Shibata Douglas Willix J. Gordon Wright Preston A. Wright onorary allied med' nity founded at L ical frater- the University of W h- tngton. Members are h teriolo as c osen from bac- gy, pre-medic and nursi ' with sixty hours H BOYER ,.,.,.,,.,,, ent A Secretar LICE GERDEMAN ..... Kathleen Leahy Mrs. E ' ng majors B average. Y Treasurer Mrs. Elizab . Victor Smith Josephine Allen Henrietta Adams Helen Adams Miriam Bailey Ruth Boyer Katherine Chatterton Margaret Church Grace Elizabeth B Ma 1' radshaw L rbaret Mill Ruth Cleveland Dorothea Dahlstrom Henrietta K eth S. Soule Mrs. Joh Mrs. M. Lyle Spenc n Weinzirl er Edith Cml . e Guilders Dr. El' lopfer G Alice G erdeman Julia Goodsell Nellie Godfrey Alice Grady ydia J. Ram ay , ' ! stad Anne Scheiblberger on Mildr lZHD6fl1G arharet H'l ed Jones unn Edith Lauhscher 1 da Scott Hannah lilarian E M Joy Hirschman Elean g eto A PAGE 3 3 5 - . eaker 1 Harriet Gordon Thompson or Johnson Urania Ostberg Helena Johnson Faith Van cl Nellie Ruth Johnson er Werker Helen W Lucile S erby cott Priscilla Storey Frances Stanard Dorothy Worcester f W J gzvjla, 1-W, ' , of f ,f,, , nf, 1 : f J ?f . ' ef 2 ' 4' V Sf .2 W if W ,,, W., 724.5 V77 ,,,, 'z"fff'f' ff Z I 445 ' .4 I ,, X f , N :iff Vw, ffm WW V wagaf ' ,,,. , ,.,,,,, ., - f , 1 f L-T5 , v I ful' U .mv-Q ' 2 VI I ,mf A f,- .-4 ti' ,, ' if " ,, ,Q fic f , ,af za , ,... , 1 'Ulf " " , I ff' A99 -f X !,7iV,Z,,.,7r.,, ,.,. . . , X if , Q' V, ff E -K -Mis? P' 32'11fi 'f. Affa at , ,,.. at .. 1' 4,1 1, 42712 fs -. f we O I VU. ,AA ff ff ,. - at 7? '- , ff : . wtf' f A :?M.,,,,, :EM A 4-:ww .wt A ,',, A .1 -VJ " " 4?52i J ' -if .aff .ff 2, fs 7. AT if X, , A ' Q 320. gf K MAA. E R ,W ' "" v PAGE 386 i '-T-1-' :E ? .W a he-'55, Je ,I isswsfiz- iss, 1-'T' V, FMEA ' .2 Sinn A sorority for Congregational women founded at Ohio State University in 1923g Q 'A A A A A eta Chl 6 chaptersg Gamma c ap e 1927 HORTENSE MILLER ..... .o,...... ...President Miller, Bagby, Nicho ls, Padley, Merrin Corresponding Secretary Historian WILLINE PADLEY ........,.... Marshall FLORENCE MERRIN ...,. OFFICERS- ..............., LURETA BAGBY ....,.. ......... F irst Vice-President JULIA NICHOLS ...... . ...... Second Vice-President JOSEPHINE MANNING BETTY BUTLER ........,. .....,..................... T reasurer BARBARA REED ................. ......... E ditor VIRGINIA MURRAY ...... ........ R ecording Secretary EMILY L. STEININGER ...,.. ....,.. S ponsor HONORARY MEMBERS- Louise Fleming Dean Wiliifred S. Haggett MEMBERS- Lul-eta Bagby Betty Butler Florence Merrin Helena Nichols Betty Boyd Ruthe De Soto Hortense Miller Kikuye Otani Mable Bloxham Louise Dalton Josephine Manning Grace Rarig Mariana Bartlett Betty Green Catherine Mills Barbara Reed Louise Brackel Betty Jones Elizabeth Mills Eleanor Smith Myrtle Burdick Amelia Loring Virginia Murray Julia Nichols Mature women's organization founded at the University of Washington in 1910. The membership includes u n d e r gr a d- uates, graduates, teaching fellows, and - those who have been out of college for some time and have returned to audit l Al l Al courses. Lesh, Miller, Mullan, Catan, Sheldon OFFICERS- ANNA AMUNDSI-:N LESH .................i.......... President TRESSA E. MULLAN ..,,...... Corresponding Secretary CARRIE LOWRY MILLER ,..,.,.,..,...,,..,... Vice-President MARY E. CAToN ........ .......... H istorical Secretary BEHTHA D. GRAHAM ..,....,...... Recording Secretary MAIRY E. SHELDON ....., ...............,...... T reasurer MEMBERS- Mrs. Capitola Allen Bessie Crombie Sarah Josenhaus Mrs. Russell Monette Martha Anderson Mrs. Jewel De Witt Mrs. Lucille Ball Jackson Mrs. Tressa E. Mullan Elva L. Abbott Mrs. Vida Denton Anne Laverty Mrs. Amelia E. Newberry Rosalia Lee Bell Mrs. Lillian Ewing Mrs. Anna Amundsen Lesh Mrs. Elizabeth H. Owen Ruby Bohart Rachel A. Gillhouse Mrs. Mabel Lensrud Mrs. Nora Peairs Minnie Leigh Bourland Mrs. Bertha D. Graham Clara Maakestad Freda Pelz Nellie Bowman Mrs. Metta Carrie Henderson Louise Mahone Mary Sheldon Grace A. McGuire Mrs. Ida C. Slawson Carolyn E Smith eff Marie Brethorst Hazel Burnett Mary Caton Olga E. Hoglund . Mrs. Ellen Middaugh . ' Snevely Gladys E. Holcomb d Mrs. Carrie L. Miller Florence May Hur we XA Vg 1 f fff, ,nts-6-. - r . , ,.iw:-':,t,::at-ew +mt:.s:'-W, . -,rm--. v. . .-1. ' - - . L, -- ,W 4 I . . ,axezfwf-,teitffte fr " - ' . . spy, 3 ' rf. it .. -af-1 , - i - , -,tg.'..a:,f1f-,QIsa.: -na.--.. 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NDERSON ....,. en's honorary 'founded at the U ' Q versity of Washington ' Secre ..Treasu Dean Anderson Ernie Bass Doane Brodie Charles Clarkson .lack Cram Elmer Cutts Go t Gourlay Nat Haynes Bob H enning T om Humes rdon Dodds .lack Ferguson Ar George Varnell Rufus Kiser Paul Jessup George Nichols Lester Pettit Bob ed Curtis Spiller s Smith Troy Bob Ulrich varsity Ca Re Bob R ers A Ivan Wine D Harold Wismer ose ni- zn 1926. ta ry rer Varsity Cagers' Club of the University of Washington was organized November 22, 1928. Membership is open to basketball men of Junior and Seniorrstanding. It was organized for the purpose of bring- ing greater interest in basketball and closer contact among its ' ' Snider, ,a MONTY SNIDER .. PERCY BOLSTAD . Bolst d, Easter, Balcom , Edmundson participants. RTER M EMBERS- Maurice Balcom Milton Berenson Clarence Berlin Percy Bolstad Charles Easter .. , :M ' .L- W 5' President Vice-President C. S. Edmuudson .,.. ..... C. S. Edmundson Wilson Gaw D. V. c'Tubby" Graves Ernie Gritsch Perry Hack ' at ff v . W'i"i1 LW x- uiifif- 7 V WJ., , ,.i . -ua' 1' .:. w.'f'12i,": g-5 V yu? - Q . , CHARLES EASTER ,,,,., ,Secre- MAUHICE BALCOM .. .... Adviser - Stanley .laloff Harold McC1ary William McPherson Arthur Peterson James Pierce PatS h Mont S obert Tre tary- Treasurer .Historian c licting Al Schuss y nider R uer Frank Wright .ll Mg PAGE 3 8 " A - - ul l E L f A , U 4 1. ' V ter 'tau P' f 3 1 1. 'i A I 1 'fig' . Q 5' 'S 4. . , W, ,..m-.i1':l'-fajl ..,- s 1 ' 1' rf ill K V .,,,, f UW Q' N .,L, . , an f 'F W-4291 M 'f C ,L .,,' J ' ffl .y I .A f 'Q t' - - my, '. fi! " ff 5 W' . in to ' - fem' ,, n , . f ,ey L . . hz ., " .A r al' my ,..j.f'fL ' Q !-, .- f , My 3, ,.,, , 4,5 sts' ,f-11 ,lgszfzj K ., . , - ww 4:a9yfq,, 1 . fr Vi I 4532 MMM l lv N ' 6 z .. . .541 1- ', 'i??'ff'Ff5 J . , .. Y .V jig 11" 1, .L L 1 VS, 'QW . waz. 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High scholastic average, professional ability in journal- ism, and successful publication of mate- magazine or newspaper are ll til AAA Si Ill hi rial in a essential qualifications for membership. OFFICERS- LORNA SLIPPER .,... Maxine Blake MAYBELLE GHIGLIONE .,.... .,....,...... RUTH TADLOCK ...... ..... . . Lorna Slipper JA? vf -is fi. . ,Cree iv: "' ' ft ,. - 4:-' 2- am of 1-Wffs E .,,., Q' , . . f a 1 g 1 i 31 fx 5 . v' ,1 1 -M' -. ., X- 'R X , 'F it! . , ' V 55 5 is 4 at.. . . .aa - as, 1 1 ...U . 1, Z, I 411 MEMBERS- Muriel Crothers architecture students at f Club founded for the University of Washington, in 1914. Members are chosen from those students d i n work. who hav PAGE' 3 H 8 - i - - i -.2 F Chiglione, Tarllork, Slipper, Crorhers, Stewart ........................Treasurer .President MURIEL CROTHERS ..... .... . ' S EWART ...... ........ K eeper of the Archives ......Vice-President BETTY T CHARLOTTE SMITH .,., ....,. M atrlx Correspondent Secretary Charlotte Smith Ruth Tadlock Maybelle Ghiglione ' Betty Stewart Washington iltelier .LLLL e had one year of es g P fron Taggart, Jones Turner, ea s , OFFICERS- EDWIN TURNER ......... .............. M assier ELIZABETH TAGGART . ..... ,,,,... S ecretary CHARLES PEARSON .............. ............... S ous Massier CHARLES JONES ............ ......,.... , . ,,..,. Treasurer SENIOR MEMBERS- Stanley Brogren Nelson Cubbon Fumio Matsuzawa George Nakashima K. Tacbibana Clifford Clausen Y. Hayashitani Alfred Moberg Ivan Palmaw Marc Thompson JUNIOR O. L. Creps Simon Hurwitz K. Murata .lack Patterson MEMBERS- Donald Brunson Adolph Engstrom Abraham Heimowitz Merle Kibbe Bob Rachmanoff Arnold Campbell William Fox Haruo Hirata Wallace Litchfield Stanley Sandberg Simon Capeloto Edward Graef R. B. Hopkins Dick Lytel Herbert Stray Frank Clemmer Lawrence Hauser Harold Hovies , Earl Neimeyer Bill Wohlmacher SOPHOMORE . MEMBERS- Flora Allen Alex Galitzen Jack Kine Harold Monson Ernest Scowcroft Mary M. Boykin Eleanor Harlowe Martin Kellogg Fred Ogura Marcus Stedman Waldo Christensen Gerald Harrington Palmer D. Koon Andrew Oien Charles Stephens George Davis A. E. Hennessy Dennis Kreisher Henry Olschewsky Everett Terrell R. G. Dernberger Joe Herron LeRoy Limes Vsevolod Presadsky Gordon Whitney Elso Di Luck Nita Jacobs Gordon Lynch Paul Rosenbarger Harold Ytterdal FRESHMAN Phyllis Dohm Malden Jacobson Gail Miller MEMBERS- Emil Anderson Richard Day Perry Johanson Harry Nordquist .lobn Schack Kenneth Anderson F. M. Dever Sloane Lee Rosa Palacio Carl Skooglund James Borgen Dudley Dohm George Louie Gertrude Pitcher W. Redmon Stout Clarence Bowman Ray Fullerton Warren McDaniel Warren Pollock Watson Thornton William Carleton Yvonne Giroux Charles McDonald Kenneth Ripley Harold Wilson William Clark Don Goobhour Douglas McFarland Harvey Robb Harold Woodruff Albert Gruber F. J. 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M ff WF Af I?-22 x4 f l P ff K rg, T1 , ff I I I P131 ? stry honorary fraternity, 9 chapters, founded at University of Wash- Q Q ington in 1908. Palmrolh, Brandner, Flanagan., Condon OFFICERS- WILLIAM G. PALMROTH ,.... ,......,,.,.....,,., F orester Gsoncr: C. FLANAGAN ........... Secretary-Fiscal Agent H. PHIL BIQANDNER ......... ....... A ssociate Forester Rournr W. CoNooN .... ......................,........ R anger FACULTY MEMBERS- J. L. Alexander Elias T. Clark Burt P. Kirkland Hugo Winkenwerder Axel J. F. Brandstrom Bror L. Grondal MEMBERS- H. Phil Brandner Marvin Klemme William G. Palmroth Albert B. Schellin Robert W. Condon William G. Morris Daniel P. Rosted Whitney S. Wilson George C. Flanagan Chas. H. Overbay Math e ma tics honorary, founded at the University of Washington in 1927. Mem- bership requires a scholastic average of le a 9 8, with mathematics grades counting one- half the total. Meacham, Hardy, Cow OFFICERS LARNED MEACI-IAM .......... President MARTPIA HARDY . ..... Secretary JOHN HIcKs .......... ...., V ice-President PAUL Gow .,...,.. ...... T reasurer MEMBERS- Lewis Berger Martha Hardy John Kiely Roe Rodgers Vernon Bistrom Robert Haring Gaynor Langsdorf Seldon Todd Alvin Chando Charles Harnberg Jack Mackey Wallace White Helen Copenhagen John Hicks Donald McClarren James White Edith Gideon Julia Jackson Larned Meacham Henry Wirth Paul Gow Margaret Kenyon Robert Reed it- EQ -Tx ' , A :L-fx. healthy? FMA H af., E .h-er gi vr3L,.tQjMt' Z 5535355 2.1 , Yin 'Y 11. .. aa ,A G V f C ga ff f cz! fy -Q' f Q51 2 f ' I 5 4 at y L f 5 'l 41 '23 1, af Msf ,ff R I V y ff V 1 ,KIM fl affyjff 5 ta X " ff'ffw'f H4 ff 2' 1 Q J , ff If flv v tw , . avg, .IH K ' 4 ff-iffy I J ff A , I I .l Xt It M241 I ,f Q if aft' 1 My f in Way wi Q f X IQ if . 'gin 2432, ,N Q v ff , 9 .911 5 ta af Y 411,111 X .II L . if Mgr TW . A . 4 PAGE 3 8 9 Y Aff.-: PAGE 3 9 0 l 1 1 1 ? . as t Bags as It , , 1 Ny, -- it . , h1sas,,sis.tfas,-. sa .N ,. . E ye 9 9 , 1, stssgmaagw, National advertising club founded at the U ' ersit of Wfashington in 1922g 4 chap nw y - ters. Any student interested ln advertts- il l A A 4 u ing is elzgtble for membership. ll 77 OFFICERS MEMBERS- r HAROLD STONE ........ EDMOND MEANY ....... Mary Abramowitz Dorothy Adjutant Herta Albrecht Marjorie Andrews Homer Armstrong Margaret Bacorn Marion Baker Gladys Bartlett Alaska Behnke Hope Benton Frances Berolski Frances Bittner Irwin Blumenfeld Beatrice Bond Roberta Briggs Betty Lee Burt Katheryn Carothers Anna Carssow Glenn Carter Dorothy Chapin Elizabeth Clark Ellen Clarke Thelma Daniel McLain Davis George Day 'Walter Dillingham Dorothy Dodds Dorothy Draper William Dunks Franz Erlenborn Lucile Edwards Gotfred Egge James Elarn fart I Vfflff' fi fmiggaf -1 ' , , ,,4,My f'g,,fi ,az J, rv 3 1 42- ' . tx- . . 5 K W Se ff Miata? Stone. Menny, Nicholson, Erlenborn, Elnm President Vice-President JAMES .ELAM ......,..,....,,...,... Lila Erving Taina Erving Florence Force Ruth Franklin Myrtle Genung Pearl George Mayhelle Ghiglione Anna Gibbon Helen Glick Betty Goldstein Belva Harris Bob Hayes Nellie Heritage Walter Hinshaw Ruth Holten Flora Horst Alice Horstman Elizabeth Horstman Mildred Howard Marjo1'ie Hull Sadie Hurwitz Ruth James Lincoln .lohannsen Carol J ones Susan J ones Helen Kane Chester Kavanagh Virginia King Frances Kinne Gladys Kinney Ethel Kuist Genevieve Levison f 9 M. IRENE NICHOLSON FRANZ ERLENBQRN ......... Business Manager Richard Levy Carolyn Limhach Agnes Lindston Donald Livingston David Lockwood Carol Longabaugh Orville Madenwald Dorothy Manchester .lane Manion Catharine Marple Mary Christina Marrow Fred Martin Dorothy Matthews Eileen McHugh Lillian McPherson Edmond Meany Geraldine Meen Cowper Middleton Ray Mines Neva Mitchell Caroline Mohr Eileen Monks Leslie Montfort Margaret Moore Charlotte Nelson Ellena Nelson Irene Nicholson Syd Orkney Florence Paulson Russell Price Betty Pritchard David Pollock , ....... Secretary . ...,.. Treasurer Evelyn Remy Virginia Rupp Margaret Rutherford Alice Sandell Ethel Sargent Theresa Schoenfeld Jeanne Schoephaester Elizabeth Seelye Winthrop Seelye Edna Segerstrom Dick Seller Katherine Schellinger Josephine Smith Mart Soukup Eleanor Stark Ethel Stone Harold Stone .lean Summers Vesta Swenson Betty Taylor Elizabeth Taylor Dorothy Tennant H. E. Thompson Roy Thompson Katherine Tolstrup Mildred Treadwell Valgene Tuttle June Wetherell Louise Whitehead Lavelle Wilson Josephine Wiseman Elizabeth Wright .LE Bu ' A , - . I4 jf? f x . K xl Z as ' he . . ' 21,1 A , is. ,.,'., 1: ' ' 713-is f .X Y. 7 We . y FW!! "'5f'j. ' U7 L nf? " Q if ff V 7 if lf? M, , ,,,' f cm M l v OF 7' llllll Reid, Haufl FICERS- W. C . HUFFINE .... K . M. DURKE MEMBERS- E ..,.. Nia " organi ca ' National V Q Q S0 1 airman zation, founde go, Illinois, in 1914, for uppe I in Electrical En ' ' rcl gineermg. IISSTVLBTI- d in Chi- asurer R. C. Leithe Q 6 . rrell K. M. Durkee E. J. Eliasen E. D. Engel M. Falconer H. D. Garrison T. Halvardson K. E. Hammer Q 7 Q Vice-Ch ' alrman G. E. Harney C H . .Hervin W F Ho . . ckersmith W. C. Huffine H. C. Hurlbut E. C. Kelly A. Kramer V. Lafranchi R. C. LEITHEAD G. L. Homin .... ad E. L. Lucas C W . . Lund .l. E. Maynard L N . .Oldberg C. .Oros N L. Pin kerton Profe ssional cl .. .,,.. Secr R. F Pl etary-Tre ,........C.0uncilor . ymire R. A . Pohl A. Rotta K. Sato R. M. Scott L. E. Steele H. N. Steen temistry fr at the Un' OFFICE Huffine, Durkee, Leith RS- WILLIAM T ead . . REID ................... . FA C ULTY M EMBERS- aternity founded wersity of Washington in 1920. Its members are chosen from the Soph- omore class in the department L L L fmt- of chem- GRAD UA TE MEMBERS- Dr. . son W. L. Beuschlein MEMBERS- Richard Damerell Foster Ford Alvin Chando Nathan Fragen Paul Gow Robert Haring Thor W. Hauff, Jr. Allen Hayward H. K Ben 1 :Jn H f it , - af ' am. ttfftze' W v rv W 2 vii P , ,.. ,. sang. J .I Jr.. "Ji A THOR W. HAU J. W. Lan g v.s'-- IW C1 tz Lynn Hoard Walter Nicholson John Hicks Charles Hornherg William Johnston Irving Jolley Calvin Kinkead Gaynor Langsclorf .. ,, 1 V:-f v H sident FF, J R .... FRANK MCK INLAY ..........Secretar -T y reasurer H. V. Tartar Kenneth Vifilliams Frank McKinlay Lawrence Peace Robert Porter Bryan Rauschert William T. Reid Marcus Sanfo rd ........Vi ce-President T. G. Thompson PAGE 3 9 1 Calvert Wright - Harvey Schwarz E George Slowinske 5 John G. Thomas Seldon Todd Henry 'Wirth Elliott Woo druff Q, Q of .if f K! ,, ,V M .eo V. .fy , 'ltfe 1 '1c' ' it E' w A ff Kflf' 'L ,. 9 'f4'i4.4jii f I ' L ' ff 9' f X, J f .1 i wc., ' - 4 at WWMQLQ: ' ' '. , f' , y , f, K Aa' , ,A ' ' 'V , , f Y 1921957547 f I, Wi-E -V .. NJ. f' "if JN I . .5 ,Z . 1 if ., gf . xv- -' ' . .ff . - Q - L , sag a , Mg 2 1- :V mi ' , ,223 1 ...Q-" , ,. S., . f 'in C 4:4 - V ,5.K ' ' Q as . f of ek! .... 5 ,A-, a -,f-'L' ':" 3 ,, ,aa YQ W ','f1:.v4 07 4 .jj Q3 152 5 " ff- Fi 351 Q.. 4 F4 at ., WW . , Sa f X r Y"-Miz? 'X -a ' K asv. .f..,, .M ,- .. ., W s. Q W- Q "" sox?-mt' ""' " ' WH A a im ' .g s-.iz se t p m " 3 M ,.. X? i:lXe and 2 ind ton V ' X Q f2i'5' i " F' it sN,, 'istigiysq t E ' f 4' .W if S My z,.swsE '1 we ft is at t f t 'e 'etf2W5f'lEl5l ,'2gi4ifg5'g Columns activity organization founded at ' f the University of Washington in 1921. 555154 2'tQff g't lnitiates are chosen from the group of t :W underclass representatives to which each t organized house on the campus appoints :wo persons- ? , ec pzs' aft, t Exif sf-,ef 'likitfiasfi 12? ., 12 -X fl .f i 5, 3 f f',k Yf f "', 11, V it Q l1i i g'ili'li' Eifizfiiiftg f Q. f5i' ?X,- N . yy-tr sv tc' 2 Y ,, an 3? lf, OFFICERS- MELANIE PETERSON BOB SHOWACRE ----.- MEMBERS- Robert Allen .N Herbert Arnstein ' Warren Austin 'I ' Hollis Beasley - Thelma Beck , Don Blackstone ' Claire Bogle Vesta Bowden 1- , Earl Brantner Charles Brewster e 1 Kathleen Burrow I' Kathryn Carothers if Mary Helen Carr Harriette Chase Charles Cohn ff Dudley Doe Sylvan Dreifus Lloyd Ducommon Lucile Edwards .lohn Edwardsen Lois Ewing Mary Stewart Ferry Charles Fletcher Elizabeth Fogg .lohn Forehand PAGE 3 9 2 - -Ai' - 'E' e ,ef Vega t 'ZZ af? I F af ,Wt ffbgj I is ,y ....g :f,:. : 1:5,2"' -. . 1, '. - , ' - " "-""3 v 1+ -wg 'tskgy-' ye - 5g,.:,3,3 if V ff 5 4, Egger g f ,E-64556 "r I Peterson, Showacre, Ewing, McGuire .....,....,,.President Vice-President Siegfried Friedman Rosalie Fumerton Clarence Graham Laila Grunoff Irving Hart .lean Hawley Frances Hedges Eugene Hense William Herb ' Nellie Heritage Ellen Hettelsater Alice Horstman Harold Hovies William S. Howard Howard Hulet Betty Hunter Harry Jorgensen Ed Karshner Elizabeth Kelley Carol Kirby Virginia Koester Ernest Kuhn Nancy Lawshe Betsy Lee Walter Little Donald Livingston Lois Ewnvc .,........... HARVEY McGUmE Martha McClelland Katherine McCroskey Charlotte McGinnis Hugh McGuinness Harvey McGuire Mary Mcllravy Lillian McPherson Dorothy Manchester Olive Mathias Marian Matthews Owen Miller Moore Mills Leslie Montfort S. W. Mowers Rena Murray Dorothy E. Nelson Harold Nordeen Alice Oettel Margaret Anne Olson Paul O'N eil Sidney Orkney Lenore Peach Melanie Peterson William Post Betty Pritchard Mary Eloise Quilliam Secretary Treasurer Julia Rose Howard Rounds - Margaret Rutherford Ethel Sargent Roy W. Seagraves Mary Genevieve Scott Lloyd Sell Helen Shay Arthur Sheean Les Sherman Bob Showacre Byrnina Smith Eleanor Stark Verna Stinson Tank Taylor Elizabeth Thomas Beatrice Wahl Katherine Warren .lane Washburn J im Watkins Dave Watson James Whiting Margaret Williams Clarence Winberg Bernardine Wiseman Leota Wright , 4 JV ' G. ' v . -gg'-1:19, V E. ,. -.159 L., .. 1 Q.: ':k,.,:::3! L.: as 1 9 5 . 3 ,Af ' '54 ,salem 6 if . ., Aemfasansfs. om and pass art 5 A,,,..w If 'rl 'l .,...fZ.:,tz, ..A' ll, Naval Fraternity founded at the Unive sity of Wftshirzgtoni l Q Q f. n 1927. Green, Armstrong, Deflarmo, Ballaine OFFICERS- ALLEN V. GREEN ,.....A......... ...A......... P resident PAUL DE GARMO ,.... ...... S ecrelary CLIFFORD G. ARMSTRONG ..... ,,,.., V ice-President JERROLD BALLAINE ...... ...... T reasllrer HONORARY MEMBERS- Comdr. J. P. Olding Lt. Comdr. J. G. B. Cromer Comdr. P. H. Rice Lieut. E. A. Foote MEMBERS- Class of 1930 Kenneth Akey Allen Green Duncan Lennox Talbot McCar James Boundy Charles Holgate Charles Letson Karl Swensson Elmer Buddress Carl Johnson Bertram Lindman Menford Tronstad Paul De Garmo Willard Johnson Herbert Lundstrom Charles Ulsh Victor Floberg Jack Keller Josiah Moore Jack Whittall William J. Fox Robert Kettenring Harold McCoun Class of 1931 Tom Albin Kendall Cosby Wfayue McCutcheon Ernest Schindler Clifford Armstrong Fred Doherty John Martincevic Leo Rummens Delmar Arthur Claude Fligg Gerald Nelson Dean Swan Horace Ayres Angelo Ghiglione George Nelson Robert Wahlborg Jerrold Ballaine Stanley Heberlein Franklin Orvis Clarke Williams Howard Burroughs Oliver Henderson Robert Paulus John Wyckoff Arnold Carlson William J. 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I I l Z I.. f ,Wg wig , 15 . 1 a :A 9 t mea, Q - 1 L K 2. R N . me w IQ sm A 1 L ,L 7 17 An organization for students in tlfje Col- Q Q I lege of Fisheries, founded at the niver- 6 1 5 l, sity of Washington in 1920. l ui SY Q Ui on so 'Fi IIIIIII 3? Barnaby, Clague, Kelez OFFICERS- TOM BARNABY .,.,., .... ....,,... ..,......,...,......,. P r e sidenl JOHN CLAGUE ......... .-----.--- S 6Cf0fal'Y GEORGE KELEZ ......................... ........,....... T reasurer FACULTY MEMBERS- C. T. Parks L. P. Schultz J. N. Cobb, Adviser D. R. Crawford An organization for students majoring in home economics, founded at the Univer- sity of Washington in 1910. N. D. Jarvis home economics Club Anderson, Johnson OFFICERS- MARY ELIZABETH STARR ........ ....,A........ P resident MERTU5 VVILLAGAR ,,,,.,...,,.. , Secretary ALICE E- ANDERSON ........................ Vice-President FLORENCE M, JOHNSON .. .... ........ T reasurer A- JEANETTE BLISS .........,......,....... Faculty Adviser COIWHIITTEE CHAIRMEN- M JOHNSON .......... Finance Committee MARION Fgmnss ,,,,,,, ,,,,,, , .,,Pub1icity Committee FLORENCE . RHODA CLARK .................... ....... . .Social Commmee .Ll it I." 5: V my ,gi ,--H, ' X---ff. 1 7 wa, v, gig ,f j ,DIMM ' 4,5 f af pf ga i 'K U4-141 rg If NW' X 5 ff vo if , ,.f., ., feet , li 4 6 --A---Q if 1 An organization for students majoring in, or interested in forestry, founded at the 'I . . University of Wftsftington in 1908. OFFICERS- H. PHIL BRADNER .... WHITNEY S. WILSON WILLIAM MORRIS ..,,, EXECUTIVE COUNCIL- MEMBERS AL SCHELLIN ........ RICHARD HARRIS ..., Herbert Allen Eric Anderson Fairbeorn Armstrong Blas Barasidan Laurence Barrett Felino Bautista Robert Beeman Carl Bollerslev Richard Bottcher H. Phil Bradner Harry Bringoll Daniel Cairney Vice11te Capitle Evert Carlson Floyd Carlson Roy Carlson C. W. Chellquist Robert Condon Rosario Cortes Paul Cunningham George Daiber Vernon Davis Harold Denny E. R. De Silvia James Drake Wyatt Durham M. W. Easton Earl Erickson Roger Evans Brmlner, Wilson, Morris, Olson, Flanagan ..,.,.........President A ..........,. Vice-Presi dent . ....... Secretary-Treasurer ......Senior Representative Junior Representative George Flanagan Floyd Fogelquist John Fuller Roger Gee Jack Grant William Grogan Faustina Guerrero R. N. Hammond Lester Hansen Richard Harris William Hayden Stanton Hayward William Helm Charles Holgate Hugh Honnen Allan Hood G. W. Houlding Wallace Irwin Kieth Jones Theodore Kachin Joseph Kennedy John Kieburtz Dahl Kirkpatrick Marvin Klemme William Lambert Morten Lauridsen James Lewis J. J. Lindsey LLOYD OLSON . ..,...................,.,...,.,..,,,,.,,,.,,....,,,..,.,,, . ....Junior Representative on Engineers' Council GEORGE FLANAGAN ..... Editor of Forestry Quarterly JACK TRAVIS .I....... ....... S ophomore Representative WALLACE IRWIN .,.......... Freshman Representative Jud Longmoor W. A. Markham Norris Mathey Elmer Matson William Meyer Julian McCabe Ray McClane Walter McCulloch Joe McPherson John Minkler Orville Moillendorf Dan Moller George Morrill W. G. Morris Marion Nelson Charles Noble Hugh O,Donnell Lloyd Olson Charles Overbay Fred Overly William Palmrolh Burnett Payne W. H. Peabody Norman Penick M. J. Pike Morley Preppernau Elmer Rapraeger Richard Reynolds Clem Rhoman A. J. Rich Wallace Robinson Daniel Rostad Helge Runner Sigurd Salveson John Sarginson Albert Schellin Albert Shands Fred J. Simcol Harry Sparks Roy Squires B. Stanley Vernal Taylor Walter Thomson James Tracy John Travis Paul Von Kleist A. Vetters Kenneth Wallin Lawrence Walton Theodore Weber Lloyd Webster Henry Wentworth C. W. Wetterstrom Norman Whitfield Whitney Wilson Lynn York . Y .hifi if ,, ,,,,,.,,f V I A. .-iw, . . .. . . "FL'J."kV'z 1252 . ..,. K,.f.,,vf..4..a. 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W, at - I: ,, :,5rT,a, tg .34 ,S tvg,,i,,F- uk, .M HM Wg 0.11-'.!'fw . , ,WM M I few 1: -fi,-3,5-if E pas fiifs, J .,'., Il Jw? - 4-fwff .Paz-f 1' 13:1 OFFICERS- DIRECTORS- MEMBERS- ' ,:wff:27 B- ' ' I, :ai-:Y VV 11 p aff I A CHRISTINE LARSEN ...... MILDRED BLACK ........ Helen Hansen Henrietta Adams Eleanore Anderson Ruth Arvenick Miriam Bailey Mildred Black Emmagrace Bliss .....,...'.,.,Vice-President Ida Schmidt Winifred Fullington Dorothea Gangnes Helene Hansen Margaret Hansen Mary Harris Louise Holloway Larsen, Black, Illillny, Smhre M Secretary .. ,,,,,,.,., President MARGARET ILLAY ..... .... . .. DOROTHY STAHRE .... .,,.... T reasurer Edith Laubscher Kathleen Leahy Ada Levy .lulia Lovegren Ruby Mason Audrey McClear Mrs. Grace McCormack Kathryn Parrish Zelle Pattee Marion Ponder Anne Scheilberger Ida Schmidt Lucile Scott Mrs. Elizabeth Soule I Ruth Boyer Virginia Horton J it fj?11'f Frances Boyle Betty Hunier Margaret Millay Dorothy Stahre Harriet Bradshaw Virginia Inman Blanche Mitchell Frances Standard I Helen Brusewitz Virginia Johnston Constance Murphy .lean Sutherland ffl' 5553 Portia Craven Madeline Jones Ethel Murray Leora Worthington .VGt' 93 Dorothea Dahlstrom Marie Keating Lenore Mutch Ingrid Ziegler I Mary Eitel Dorothy Kyle Katherine Noble Jane Flynn Christine Larsen Sylvia Packard if' f if Qffigfi fel An organization for students majoring in, or interested in pre-medics, founded at 9 lj the University of Washington in 1919. l l II ?2,:gzfgf EM' 3? Colcock, Isenhart, Creenwell, Curtis PAGE 3 9 6 OFFICERS- BENTLEY COLCOCK ,,,,., ,,,,,.,...,.,,, P resident JOSEPH GREENWVELL .,.,. ........ S CCFCUIYY BOYD ISENI-IART .......................,,....... Vice-President WILLIAM L. CURTIS ..I... ........ ....... T F BHSUFGF FACULTY MEMBERS-E. Victor Smith John L. Worcester E MEMBERS- D. W. Beach Viola Frost Louis Laucher Clayton Schaill ? Ruth Boyer Joseph Greenwell Oscar Lucas Alexander Silverglade Margaret Case Donald Gregg Margaret Millay Frances Standard Eric Chew Boyd Isenhart Philip Moore Roy Swank Bentley Colcock Eleanor Johnson Charlotte Randall August Zoet Uk William Curtis Edith Laubscher Earl Rhind E' iiiQ,i-Lx A I ""if?5'X. AMX In, f'7"ll Il, . f- - -A , ,. .Qty 3 M,3afyf:,,,?4-BifltgilaliaIA3595.jj-jx If ,',.,, , , :IQ QfQgf"fP5z Wi. A ,ff , I I . , R A R - R I IISR .I A-t- E' I I-i, I -sas ,f r V ' My ' ' ALL. 'f'9'fF,:l.QL-if ,p f. ,, Z I x , 'I ,ft I7 ,uf -V ', Ez , .1 -XA f. ,f i...,, ,X 5 sf- f , 's .f-' ,- K - if I ' Def' ' L14 ' n,.i..f. mg.. Q92.. ysica dllciltion lub y my f X " I ff? x V b i H' H A 1 i I , ,, , . V was f ff 'Se A ' f fiff. gf , I, 1 f as X Z , 7 V 1 ' ff? ,f,.Q .,,, , in 2 IY V 2' Professional ph . ysical education club for women, organized at the- University of Washington in 1910. All women majorin or minoring in h Mat'Dnnnld, Wriglll, Leak. Harris, Kir 3 p ysigzl education are eligible for membe li' rs tp. schner OFFICERS- VERNA M:KCDONALD ......... A... .... . ....... P r esident IRENE HARRIS ,...,.,,,.. ,......,,...,.......,....,. T reasurer MONICA WRIGHT ..,... ................ V ice-President GUSSIE KIRSCHNER .,.,.... Senior Representative GLADYS LEAK ...... ..,...,.......,....,........ S ecretary HELEN KLOCK .......,............., Junior Representative LUELL WEED ................ Sophomore Representative FAC ULTY MEMBERS- Velda P. Cundiff 55, a s f ,, 6.0 ,S I , X 4 We f 4, '52 , i i . jf 1 my fam 4 X f' '4 " 2, ,,,, , f -f fy,-fy' ' , ef. f f, ,,, Q, .i ,wtf f 5 ang? ,' ... ? 4, 2 4-...Q f , l K :-W -ff 946 ,ff C, f 1 7 I Qfjy v 50,35 f A A X X 4 type? W, I 1 ' W KW -y A fy ,,.. ,M I -f ur Q ' I ,I VA,r,vf,,:V , , 4 QQ aaa r tl ,ahgsff Ai if jg f ' 'WA' . " 1 V . x : . , 2 7 ,Q fl- 5 ,J e . Q X it ilrti S as . i nswwfsat '1- f iff gy - .'i Margaret Duncan Leone Helmich Jane McGownd 7- Mary Aid DeVries Mary E. Gross Marion Martin C. E. Spencer ', L 1 "., MEMBERS- Luella Anderson Betty Dolores Drake Florence King Dorothy Robinson if Marjorie Anderson Dorothy Duncan Gussie Kirschner Katherine Rogers V Dulcie Angus Mildred Ann Dunn Barbara Klaus Pauline Rookes Eh Lola Babcock Uwarda Egley Helen Klock Thelma Salladay Grace Bailey Dorothy Findlay Gladys Leak Marion Sampson Charlotte Bauman Frieda Foth Olive Libby Lucile Sandner Thelma Beck Margaret Fouts Alice Lopp Rose Scherini " Charlotte Bergstrom Virginia Friend Sarah Luch Louise Schmidt Phyllis Berry Anne Gardner Phyllis Ludy Winifred Schoonmaker 3 Marion Bertram Benicia Genther Dorothy Lund Louise Seifert "' 4' Marjorie Blacklidge Hazel Gillespie Verna MacDonald Florence Shearer Virginia Blair Bobbette Goldsmith Mary Magoon June Sibley Marjorie Bobson Hildur Grevstad M. M. Martin Irene Smith Lillian Bond Lucille Hall Hazel Marwood Lenore Smith Margaret Bowen Helen Christine Hansen Geraldine Meagher C. E. Spencer Norma Ruth Brown Mona Harrington Margaret Mendell Agnes Speidel Thrya Brown Irene Harris Alice Miller Ethel Starrett , Carolyn Bryant Ruth Hing Charlotte Mitchell Margaret St. Clair , Kathleen Burrow Helen Hoag Edith Nelson Gladys Stevens 'I Louise Caldwell Louise Hogart Elva .lo Nelson Ruth Stwalley ' Louise Case Marguerite Holtzheimer Laura Nelson Theodora Sween Agnes Chambers Ruth Hubbard Helen Nesbit Yurino Takayoshi Mary Christensen Lillian Jacobs Amelia Neimann Dorothea Tefft Beaulah Clark Elizabeth laneck Thelma Packard Estelle Teitgen Claire Commet Emily Johnson Marion Pelligrini Florence Tennant Louise Cooper Bernice Johnston Margaret Polk Dorothy Tinker Margaret Cooper Charlotte Jones Mary Porter Luell Weed Rejene Croxton Elizabeth Dorothea Jones Marjorie Rabel Monica Wrigllt Martha Davis Clara Kelley Elizabeth Rathbun Irma Zintheo PAGE 3 9 7 Norma Davis .lane Kenyon Marjorie Rattray 2 Margaret Dinham Margaret Kenyon Ray Roberts A..!,,i, aj' J f . ' l A X ' , g- ' ' C -I J s . - " r . W1 724 N, .' . ' .. iw. ' Qfwe :wif-i'1,y X-,,, .Y " ' - " I f V f ' "a14:f'f'fi' - X V 7' 17:1 T . " fa' f 5 V' ' X ,zo ,p Tiff! ! - ' . V," W F ,. I ' , , '- 1: ff -' ' 4' 4 Wtzetirw .. w- are 1- if ' 1 X T?-. 2 'f fl 2 ff . i L f f1Q77zf7 T it my A 15 L ZX ' " " i i '3 ':- ., f,?ii5' asf i 'fs A 4 - f M 9 W 'kgwmxifi y s':5 , , -1 , 3, , A if ix jwmmaamwm nv- 9 1 students ln the Col ll Organized by womer ' ' ' ' 'n 1927 lege of Busmess Admmlstratzon L , - f vocational lu to promote pro es work in varied fields. 9 II PAGE 3 9 8 i Riseland, Draper, Sloehr, Adj OFFICERS- ALICE E. RISELAND ..... .....A....... P resident DOROTHY DRAPER ..,... ......,..,........,. V ice-President RUTH A. GRANT .,.,..,... S TANDING COMMITTEE CHAIRM Membership ..,,,,,......, Social ..................,, EN- Senior Adviser ..............,...,,....,..,, Freshman Representative VOCATIONAL CHAIRMEN- Accounting ...,... Advertising ....... Banking ......... Sec Elsie Hadley Lela Ketchum Edna Segerstrom Belva Harris .....Herta Albrecht Irene Nicholson Claudine Ness retarial Training ............, ..... nhlnt WILMA STOEHR ..,.s......, DOROTHY ADJUTANT ...., Adviser Publicity ....... Secretary Treasurer Taina Erving Vera Ryan Scholarship ..... ..... Emblem ......,,.,., ....... L avelle Wilson Recreational ,,,,,., ..,...... M ary Fraser Commercial Teaching .,... ............. Leia Walters Foreign Trade ............,.. ........ C onstance Golden ' ,Dorothy Miller Merchandising ............. .... .Mary McCormick r- Cilnlpu stiifln ffm :maint . .7 .... . 'fhifrtmam , f . . w 1 ,. C011 neil Kiehlbaurh OFFICERS- ADVISORY MEMBERS Howard W. KI MEMBERS- Dr. Otto Bremer Rev. M. E. Bollen Louise Flemin g Bethany Club Edith M Paul Nelson cGinnis I nkwell Fl orence Paulson Arthur Hillman Club " F Q K-,E sf., ,' .3.,g. , ',',ggf,f 0 M2-is ff' ' Y , . V 1' 'swf 'r Q X f , ..f'F M :H , ",,1 , Curtis, B EHLBAU Dr. Clev CH ......,........ eland K1 de MARGARET BOYVEN , ....... eihauer Rev. Stanley Logan F . ather Ric Max Garrett Club Kathl - v een Ja Robert Brow Newman Club Betty Russell James Sha ller Pilgrim Club L Y William Curti uretta Bagb s 6 ckson n Wx , '19 .,.,,.,Presi nt WILLIAM CURTIS . .... .S ,,, A N X. .jzfxxtrvk 'X fi mx 3 , IW! ,X 1 ,. J 4 " ' A g".l,L .yuh V - fam 4521 " To ooperation among th ous Christian or ' cam - promote c e vari- g a n i z a ti pus and t ons on the o assist in the coordination of their programs, the Campus Christian Council was organized at the University of Washington, in 1925f Each of the Chris- tian groups appoints two members as representatives. its ecretary-T ice-Pre reasurer Herbert Seamans R sident Rev. William Stei ' ev. John Staunton Roger Williams Club Eloise Moore George Flanagan Westminster Club Muriel Crothers A rthur Broe tje Wesley Club Margaret Bowen Howard Kiehlbauch mger Rev. Craig Whitsitt Y. M. C.A. Cha n J oe Hirawaka rles Dunca Y. W. C. A. Betty Berryman Margaret Church IMCE 3 9 9 1- Tl 4 . -H? ' ax k J' 1 1 , ,Aa . ,.."'7 0 X 5' X ,.V,L1 sf: ' , . ,M , 71 My M-amy R it bay' H7945 . D were J ,, . 2 A a , gf, QT. 4 , "rf, ra? - y 5, ,ff . I 1, f 04 .L , 3 I , ..,, 54 ff .X- .mga ,fs V I ,..,: YG . " , it . tt- av . y - . 9 . 1124,-1:12 za," if 455 ...W . C ' ff it 9' .Q g A , W ,,. 1 M. Q ,X lf, s, A f- ef , f ' 'WM 2 2 .1 All v ' ' . ., N W: . : ' i A .' . i '4'5t. i 5:5 .Qt nw? ,. F Z , . , A . S , NN R 2, 2, afws gf 'we X - fr, f ffx ff X 7 -- X Q , ,A .J x mu, X x 'Q 1 ' , + f 'q1 ,, +" 'awzsm , ,lew- Q X A .A , M , a we be Y x PAGE 4 0 0 i - - - .i 2 ? LQ 77 An organization for all students attend- M ' ' 'L at ethilny lub ing Christian c urc University of Washington in 1926. A McGinnis, Nelson, Beeler OFFICERS- EDITH McG1NN1s Presidents WELDON BEELER .....,...A.,.... ....... T reasurer PAUL NELSON HELENE DANGREMOND ,.,..... ......... S ecretary ADVISORY BOARD- Rev. Cleveland Kleihauer Josephine Jacobs Dr. J. S. Lingenfelter COMMITTEE CHAIRMEN- Membership Service Missionary Annabel Shaw .lohn James Ruth James Social Music Athletic Mildred McGinnis Madelyn Campbell I Frank Shaw Devotional Mid-Week Meetings Nell Case Barbara Bourne E 4 A nl V -,,, H ' ,,,-:'-'ray l mb , f, , ,. f -,I 'JVC'-4 1,53 '54 A , fe:w!QLQ'?a , f A gr. " r Mm., 41 1 Q . ,. W 's ' zmscygzbfgi , ,gf we X l 7 M ,. 4 if, ,Smit 2 . XY M , A , 'zi lffgax nk Lutheran st well l udents cl b U nwe , f , -"bfi" ' ff 71 4 ,. A.,,.,, ,,1,,f , f ,olzwfif ...f -ayymy Af, ngfa-,Vw WW f A ' f-f'p'w- ff P' 7 f ' , V, f 51, iff' 1" A f i, ' u , organ' ' rsity of W ' ' b L , ffehf ized at the ashmgto utheran n in 1923 . student ' I su ' Hjermsmd H Every ,ii A V attending the Univer- y is eligible to memlzership. OFFICERS- MARTHA HJERMSTAD ARTHUR HILLMAN COMMITTEES- Publicity Hildur Cederquist Margaretta Grant Myron Kreidler Social R uth Arnevik Alvar Beck Dorothea Gangnes Dorothy Johnson Alvin Petersha gen Elmer Sjolseth Irene Strand Beatrice Wahl Lucile Welmzlaff F red Westberg , illman, P aulson President .Vice-P A O. A. BREMER ..,.,.,,,,,,, Luncheons Helen A r Hildur Crevstad Helen Lee ndersgaa d Inga Lirhus Arthur Mabel Susan Tibbs Ness Rostad Music Peter Bardon Ingwald Fedt Julius Hoverson Clara Lee Swanhild Rich ardsou Elvera Sunnell F resident LORENCE PA ULSON RN Secretary OLD HECC ,,.,,,,,,,,,,, , , ,.........Stude Trea nt Pastor Dramatics Perry Bai Ronald B sler oyles Margaretta Grant Arthur Hillman Membership Lauren Arnold Harold Karen Mabel ce Barrett I-Iegg Jacobsen .lernstrom Rostad SUFCI' lr PAGE 401 ? 2 2- ' ' 1 "2 ' ' , ' r f , x ' 12.15, ., W"'X'-Wflilil-""f'l ,,,,.,w.4. , vw, ,,p.--r- " MJ' f- Q V v fi . 'L hyd?-1 if 1 f p I l f AT 2- ' I A H X .m X 4 f -Y .. ' -'MJ 1 ,M , f 5, mc 7 ' ' W A rw A, , "WZ .. ws. 1.5 ff f ,W z -K. QM! f " - X I. - A ,g y ' guyz ,X Ax 0 1,1 A 2, ' A -V zz ,, ff ' " X W ,W by ,mfx "t' 1 A e " . Af izffki I 1 gy, ff ,321 ,J A ooaa A ,A U ,,,,,,',4,fy,j'1, ,. wx- - V V SAQM ,f , f f an A '1 f - A v Av 7 . WA - w 252242 A V , g fx Y , 'D' 1 , V, A Va, 1 5 , 1210 1, A my a " K 'ima - zu., ffl' , ,- Aim g? vrv, 2:5 'Lf . s i 1 N 1, 1 A X -5 gse,,gs::ffat0: ,X f MA 'ss "X fs - ., 3.1, a ,at ,,,. Y pg. F Methodist women's club founded at the University of Kansas in 19163 20 chap- rs Mu chapter chartered in 1923. Any te . g woman attending the University, who be- longs to the Methodist church, or states it as her preference, is eligible to mem- bership. Ll 77 A A apps: hi 'rl' il IIIIIIII Ji 3 Nl ? OFFICERS- MEMBERS- PLEDGES- MYRA LEWIS MIRIAM SILL ......... DORIS F ICKEL .,A.... Reta Atchison Cora Baird Gertrude Beisse Margaret Boster Dorothy Bowen Margaret Bowen Mary Bowen Florinda Browne Bessie Chaney Dorothy Clausen Margaret Christopher Ruth Coffin Edwina Connick Adelaide Cole Helena Cornelius Emily Cutler Dorothy Devers Margaret Dorrance Grace Downie Doris Fickel Kimi F uruya Helen Allmain Octavie de Beaulieu Margaret Bell Marion Berling Zelda Bilile Dorothea Blair Bernice Borgen Norma Brown Dorothy Brownton Gladys Burrows Noel Carmichael Dorothy Cook Louise Cooper Portia Craven Elizabeth Daughtery Lewis, Sill, Fickel, Hamlin, Riseland . ................... President Vice-President ..Recording Secretary Marie Gould Loraine Grant Dorothy Greely Mary Gregory Margaret Hamlin Hilda Hanson Miriam Hoffman Sarah Hunt Betty Hunter Rhea Ruth Hurst Inez Jackson Elma .lolly Helen Klock Marion Koehne Sara Lawson Constance Lehde Myra Lewis Ruth Lewis Marjorie Logan Beatrice Lutterman Dorothy Magee Madge Dunn Helen Erickson Marie Fisher Perneta Forrest Elinor Fryberg Helen Gelermann Una Gordon Gertrude Graumann Wynona Gretorex Joy Gwin Lois Gwin Lucy Gunter Dorothy Henry Tracy Howard Lois Huston HAMLIN Corresponding Secretary MARGARET ........ ALICE RISELAND ......,...,...,...,.,....... ........,.. . Treasurer RUTH ZIMMERLY ..... ,. .,.i,...,i,,.,,,,,,,,,,, Chaplain Gladys Meyer Mary Mitchell Helen Moore Gwendolyn Neil Ruth Norris Miriam Oatey Ruth Patton Elsie Peterson Edna Rayner Ruth Redmond Sarah Read Evelyn Reisig Alice Riseland Dorothy Roupe Helen Searls Margaret Shagren Ardice Shepard Miriam Sill Eva Simmons Irene Smith Lenore Smith Ruth Huston Margaret Klein Irmajean Laird Alva Le Sourd Caroline Lewis Ruth Long Josephine Lynch Frankie Lytle Edwina Miller Evelyn Myers Helen Nesbit Betty Nye Evelyn Outland Eva Belle Painter Pauline Piper Ruth Snider Marjorie Spear Elizabeth Stafford Ethel Starrett Lois Stover Beatrice Sturges Bertha Tallman Morine Taylor Ruth Thurman Alice Tomowske Claire Tomowske Beryl Troxell Helen Ulsh Donna 'W ard Margaret Ward Thora Wellman Lola Wickham Lois Williams .lean Wilson Lucile Wonderly Ruth Zimmerly Bergliot Relling Dorothy Rhodes Miriam Scholl Frances Seeley Alice Sinclair .luanita Smith Marie Smith Mildred Salberg Alice Stearns Lucile Sunderman Irene Weeks Ruth Whiteside Margaret Woodcock Dorothy Woods Marian Wyaxit HX 'dv -...xxx If fy Kg' . Sew N. I V fs. f . ' . ,.,, ,,,, . en. 4' ' ' 1 g , -2. fi QC cfv "" U . .f Q, fi- . 1'-X . 1 Q. .f f ff J! rf A Z fume , f " ff if 5. ' M ' .4 . ,, Q .4 . D . ,,.f.,g,! f ,- . 13, f Q-Z aff Q- A f y 1 1 5 Q ? A club for students of the University who are members of the Episcopal church organized at the Universit ' arrett Clu A A .0 1 y of Wllshlng- ll tn 1928. F Staunton. Cowen, Kraus Gard . , ner, Macrae OFFICE - ALUMNI AND FACUL UNDERGRADUATE RS Rav. Jo HN A. STAUNTON , .A.. . .,....... Preside DR. Hsrmsnr H nt ADA M. KHAUS . GOWEN ........ ....... V ice-President ..,,...Secretary LUCY GARDNER .....,..Treasurer UNDERGRADUATE CHAPTER- DONALD H. MA CRAE ........,,,,.,Chairman DOROTHEA Down' .. J. Hall Adams A. Wendell Brac E k va S. Carr Cecelia Cutts Louise Cutts John H. Fawcett Leona K. Frost Emma V. Garrett MEMBERS ...,...Vice-Chairman TY MEMBERS- CU. Helen S. Barber Kathryn C. Bean Naomi Beers Nellie Bowman D eKoven W. Brown J. Robert Brown Alice M. Charland W.H.G Herbert H. Cowen Vincent H. Cowen J oyce Cowen Edwin Haviland La ura A. Hurd Paul B. James Ada M errard . Kraus Ernes Ethel Chivers Dorothea Dowty Neal Frost Anna S. Gibbon R ussell R. Ingersoll t M. Charland ' - g t' sn-- J' . iffy ' , . , ' La 9 25.2-:?:5'!' ' A at . -?'5x6'?M'1f 3 1 1- new U , f .My 1- , ROSAMOND WE BYRNINA SMITH C. Bertis Neely Matthew 0'Connor F . reder1ckM P d NTWOH . a elfo C Ed . en Quainton Milnor Roberts Mrs. Edgar M. Roge Eunice A. Spencer Chester A. Taylor Kathleen M. Jackson Arnold Krone Ethel Livesley Donald H. Macrae J. Paul McGilJb0n Mary Betsy Peppard I'S TII .... ....,.. S ecretary , ..,., Treasurer Clarence Thwing W. . llllam J. U'Renn Dorothy U'Renn L . ols J. Wentworth Harriett Westmoreland Walter B. Whittlesey rd Jack Perry John F. Porter Byrnina Smith R obert N. Spencer Dorothea J. Tefft Ros amond Wentworth 1 r ri w 'E ? , . . K V 1- ZW E 1 u, G.i, ...rt f . , fn" S A 33 2 , ,,,f ef' . wif f ' 4' . f W , gf ,lsayft , .V v ' f . wg. z Af sfirisjv j ,f-:af-5 .f V , af if . . wf ., , 5. .ffl 6,37 '. ? . 1 , , , . .4 ' " '1 fl fi f D, it ' ' 74 " its, M4 P VM, .f 6 . ,iff f ,Y 3.213 1. V fugf. '14 ga f ' .I . g y. 19' Y E W ,Ay ,gf Q 0. Al..." ., . QV X ' .,fZ.A'?,.,. . , -' sf . 2 X 4. -E- ., , . , eg 55 42 ' Z W 51 ft QW Ai' " , 4 ff., I' .WE 1. qi li .. f -,W Q . .f f -2 . 7 .5 .2 2 4 ' D Zh .ff li? f J 1.- X ., Q. , . I.. .tt-JJ . M sf, , 3 ..,.- g,2,y - ,- lf 1 H X Y -'Ulu - :fi-0' 2 1 ,,,. .gi 195 K .1 iw -5 - J-'M' riff iii? .Q '- Z1,,., WN? ve, K It ' -ly.. ,. '4 3 l 2 if -V w' 1, ,W . up new -9 A 1 .L -1 s Q IF- rllllllmlm O bin ? 7 X ' fl L Catholic students' club, founded at the v University of Washington in 1910. Mem- bership is open to all Catholic students A ewlniln lub OFFICERS- MEMBERS- gi! McAllister, 0'Meara, Quigley, Dolphin CHARLES MCALLISTER ..,... ................. P resident DOROTHY QUIGLEY . ..... ......... S ecretary ERMA O'MEARA ............... ....... Betty Agnew Elsie Albrecht Herta Albrecht Philip Almaden Juliana Bartholet Mitchell Berry Frances Bittner Douris Black J oe Bradley Leo Brand Anne Breen Beatrice Briggs Nancy Buckley Bethene Burch Talbot Carroll Agnes Chamber Helen Chambers Dorothy Cline Margaret Coughlin Louis Cozzetti Bertrand Curran Isabelle Dempsey Marguerite Deny Roger Dixon Fred Doherty John Dolphin Anna Duncan Katherine Durning Mary Agatha Dwyer Bert Fitzmaurice Petronilla Fitzgerald Helen Fleming Catherine Ford William Fox Alice Gates Genevieve Gatavara Albert Goerig Marcella Hackett J. G. Hamilton Emmett Harrington Rudolph Haselbauer Geraldine Haus Vice-President Jo HN DOLPHIN ...... ........ T reasurer Kathleen Healy Charles Herold Edmund Herald Esther Hill Thomas Holahan John Horrigan Joan Hutchinson Frank J ezek Richard Johnson Esther Johnston Virginia Johnston Mary Patricia Kane Clarence Kavanaugh Ella Kelly Florence King Vincent Lafranchi Charles Lauer Marcella Lawler Mayme Legaz Abigail Leik Mary Leik Milt Link Carlos Livers Marie Lockwood Bertha Loncke John Lynch John Lyons Charles McAllister Mary Frances McCarthy Mary A. McCauley Jack McGlinn Catherine McGowan Eileen McHugh Don McKnight Vincent MacAdam Catherine MacDonald Hughie MacDonald J. Ellis MacDonald Hazel McGuire Jane Manion Walter Marx Dorothy Matthews I iff Wh z f i w ,,:' :QQ f ' jim., ' ' , I , 'fa i,f:?"' ff" Qi f- 3 . f ' ' . " y " - ' I 5135, ' V i " -I 1 - 'L ' . ' 1 V - J f . 1 fl-W x, , ,qw 1"3:, . ' 1' " , - Lf-if ' fi., Q, : ff .31 V. " " ' 'Qfim"'A ' ,S , . -1.4,. 1 v:"iEt- fu!-'. -' -. its F825 A44 M 'X John Matthews Margaret Mix Ruth Moreland Elliott Morgan George Morin Frank Neal Helen Neal Hester Nelson Peggy Noonan Betty 0'Brien Erma O'Meara Alice O'Leary Herald O'Neill Peggy O,Neill Peggy Olwell Anne Ott Carlos Palacio Rosa Palacio Marion Pelligrini John Perry Bernard Pipe Eleanor Plamondon Dorothy Quigley J. Edmund Quigley Charles Rodgers J ulia Rose Andrew Ross Betty Russell Vera Ryan Mary Genevieve Sco Jim Shaller Constance Smith Mart Soukup John Spiller Marion Starr Theodore Sullivan John Sylvester Carmel Teed James Williams Katherine Willis Ramona Zeorlin ll QL v Z' -4 ,J A X , H ,fi A W ,,, N I 1 - ,..-' s., , , - Q Vt ,, --f- It , .sq- . W ,--?Tl4fl, A ,f,g , , ' ,WW a, U"'f'af' f 'f ' ' Wm, 'S 2 A 4 .S ,.,. ! . , . ,tm QW, A V, 1 2 H A ' "A, ' 'P f.f,f'.' 4 ' ' ff , V' 22, -f w w v ' Congregational students' club, organized 'ii at the University of Washington in 1924. " 3 Q All students of Congregational preference ' pl 'I A may share in its activities. I Rarig, Bartlett, Smith, Tinker, Steininger . -5- 2 . lf f . ,., 1,1 , f . " ff -WM: n'f'v'7f' ewsff ti A I 'f' WC? I , l ,,-,.,,'- -Q 1 ,,,1 , eg Kwaffffxf ' "' 'f V, . 1 ini ' 4 I i 1 1 cf, w,,V,,,, A ff f ff Mc! 'Li ..-, It '-1 -I 9y,:af,,:,- ,It f . f A , , -Qw,Q.W f ,, - 1 .,,. I V 'J f I I 5 3-I' 271 Q me QQ, we , fl 3 . A, ,lg t.,14,.Aac7 4 A '. " 1423 Jain, A " 55:53, '35 Wiilwii? ' 1+ aa 4 A . ?,..!.I,,,., ,, . 4,5 ,f ' 'fr A Xa .,.f.,,f f, A, AV ef , V., f .4 N4 Z, OFFICERS- MAX RARIG .............. .,.......,.... P resident ELEANOR SMITH ..,., ,..,.,., S ecretary if MARIANA BARTLETT ...........,....,.......... Vice-President SPENCER TIN ICER ..... ....... T reasurer WILLIAM R. STEININGER .........,....... Student Adviser 'L A MEMBERS- Herbert Allen Ted Holway Philip Powers Mihran Andonian Carolyn Hopkins Charlotte Randall Maurice Andrews Gertrude Hoppe Helen Randall Lucile Arnold Flora Horst Grace Rarig Marvin Armstrong Genevieve Johnson Max Rarig Gene Babbitt Betty J ones Barbara Reed L55 Lureta Bagby Howard Kambestad Margaret Rogers 5 Harriet Baird Naomi Keister Ruth Ross Mariana Bartlett Dorothy King Stewart Sargent Marian Bell Grant Larned Eloise Selden Ruth Bean Anna Lechner Cal-01 Seaton Betty Bogle Charles Letson Helen Shanstrom Betty Boyd Ed Lewis Eleanor Smith Ruth Boyer Margaret Long Frank Smith Louise Brakel Alice Lopp Shirley Spragg Mary Brakel Mary Lopp Leonard Stevens flip Bonnie Branch Amelia Loring Irene Stewart Ruth Brooks Dorine MacAulay Chester Stixrud f-,QE Myrtle Burdick James McAllaster Ethel Stone i i'i' L Elizabeth Busby Margaret McMath Eileen Swenson Betty Butler Lillian McPherson Tom Swanson Helen Byers Marguerite McPherson Una Swedlund t .lulia Carroll Ronald Meier Jane Swift Marian Clark Florence Merrin Barbara Tanberg Margaret Coffman Hortense Miller Vern Taylor Williaxn Curtis Catherine Mills Glo Tanney Ted Dahl Elizabeth Mills Vera Tilford Louise Dalton Luella Mitchell Dorothy Tinker Mona De Shazo Cecil Morgan Spencer Tinker Ruth De Soto Rufus Munson Lemoin Tuck Ruth Eliott Virginia Murray Harvey Van Arkel Walter Erickson Helena Nichols Sylvia Vopni Aaron Ferch Julia Nichols Lois Watkins Harriet Ferch Bob Nohl Violet Weaver Leona Ferch Frances Ohrner Ruth Waller Hazel Frederici Elizabeth O'Leary Emily Whalley PAGE 4 0 5 Emil Fries Kikuye Otani Harriet White Viola Frost Willine Padley Forrest Wood Byron Galt Ed Parken Cal Wright -,E Donald Galt Maynard Pennell Monica Wright '15 Elizabeth Green Mary Pierce Gertrude Wyers Roy Griffin Amelia Pierce Louise Holloway Allen Potter we I I i'2 7 1 A -' ' 'B ' , f f, ' at i" -, ' ' 9 ,. 'aff My ing J H i V ' u k I i. K A u p Qs e,,vSs-qgyf ,sit fy. ' . 5,1--fa x. ,gdg f l il g - , 5 .. , f..A ww f, Nsggngexszlzssw . 1 Bmw mfs J Baptist students' club, founded at the If University of Washington in 1927. Any student who is a member of the Baptist hurch or who expresses such preference 3 3 A l lilllls II C s is eligible to membership. 92.2 OFFICERS- ELOISE Moons ,...,... EARL Costa ,,,,,,,,,,,,, 4,,,, MAHJORIE RATRAY ........ .....,. Moore, Rairay, Cammell G 1ELL Corresponding Secretary COMMITTEES- Campus Christian Council Representative Helen Shelton Finance Henry Charnell, Jr. Lookout Marion Duff., Chairman Florence Johnson Elizabeth Vaughan Eric Anderson Rolfe Anderson Josephine Barnham Elizabeth Bauckaert Helen Beamer Lassie Behnke Mary Bollen Theodore Carlow Henry Charnell, Jr. Ellen Clark MEMBERS- PAGE 406 - 'if 'Li 'E X fffS 2 il 'ff fy: qlzl.. A , A '-i f ' 5 ,4f:-,m i fig.-:f:1,'. , - 'W - "Il 'Q ' '5"457e ' . A .. to 5 L. -sf , l.t '- ' ' 2ei.2Qz1fz9 Y" ff vu 2'mi'Wi"z,f 51.1 " 'Var 9 32- '- QW is if ff .............President GERTIE AMn Vice-President HENRY CHARNELL, Ja. .,.,,t,,.,.,,.,,..,,,,,,,r,,,,Treasurer Recording Secretary Rev. M. E. BOLLEN ,,.,.... ,,,,,, 1 Xdviser Social Music Ethel Hilton, Chairman Josephine Barnham Ruby Richardson Josephine Sasabe Program Phillip Criesiuger, Chairman Helen Beamer Doris Johnson Helen Rickel Earl Cosa, Chairman Theodore Carlow Publicity Social Service Florence John Elizabeth Bauckaert son, Chairman Lucille Mcvlfilliams Helen Breamer, Chairman Wallace Buckingham Della Cosa Marion Duff Catherine Dunn Floyd Flint Gerite Cammell Pearl George Della Cosa Earl Cosa Barbara Cray Philip Griesinger Ethel Hilton Agnes Hopkins Ellen Jensen Doris Johnson Florence Johnson Carol Jones Florence Jones Grace Larsen David Lockwood Lucile McWilliams Neal Miller Eloise Moore Marjorie Ratray Russell Reese Ruby Richardson Helen Rickel Josephine Sasabe Helen Shelton Elizabeth Vaughn Robert Vaughan Howard Waterbury li 77 fi I:fI'vIf+23rY11'a.Iasxgg,m,,WjS1p,x " -fm 54 wt " "' . 1. , , ,, .. it ra I NLM I f f , ZA My v W 'I 'Vi ,J , Methodist student club, founded at the University of Washington in 1922 A . ny student who is a member of the Method- ist church or who expresses such prefer- A ence, ts eltgtble to membership. I OFFICERS- Kiehlbauelz, Blair, Downie, Darrow HOWARD W. KIEHLBAUCH DOROTHEA BLAIR ...... .. CABINET- Membership Melvin Klinefelter Church Affiliations Miriam Sill Music Margaret Christopher Social Service Donna Ward Social Betty Berryman Interdenominational Margaret Bowen Q ...............President .........Vice-President Religious Education Robert R. Martin President Oxford Club Kenneth McPhaden Noon Programs Francis Le Sourd Programs Evelyn Reisig Decorations Louise Cooper Christian Service Beryl Troxell GRACE DOXVNIE .. WILLIS DARROVV.. Log Book Dorothy Bowen Debate Elsie Sellman Transportation Cecil Minaker Publicity Rhea Ruth Hurst Dramatics .lohn Coughlan Secretary .....,....Treasurer Art Lois Williams Talents Bessie Chaney Athletics Edgar Corning Freshman Chairman Kenneth Pearson Kappa Phi President Myra Lewis PAGE 401 - i 1 - i' 'Pls 'F A w,mznu:.urn f sue L p r e ship 5 3 EQQNI as , f - Ss N . XJ .-sz4,wQ -Mwwmsw o f .Ms - , . t V, f. s -e L M, f W X b founded at Presbyterian students, clu , ' ' ' Wlashington in 1925 ter the Unwersztg of . ' ' ber of they A student who ls a mem, ng Presbyterian church or who expresses ' ' 'bl t member- L .L L Q Q I ference ts elzgz e o Mitchell Welch in P' ney, Broelje OFFICERS- MILDRED MITCPIELL BETTY WELCH , ...... EXECUTIVE COUNCIL- PAGE 408 .T- 1 3 E Thyra Brown .......... Belh Farquharson ...... Bill Saunders ,...... Harry Denny Howard Stinson William Allison.. Alice Miller ......... .,.Fr .............President Vice-President Lookout Committee eshman Commission ...,..........Boys' Work ......Social Committee .Program Committee Publicity Committee .Campus Muriel Crothers .........,.........,...,..,,.,.,.,. GERTRUDE PINNEY ARTHUR BROETJE Gordon Dixon ,.... Herbert Truesdell William Norwood ......... Deputations Commit ........Secretary .,...,.Treasurer Music Committee tee Alumni Secretary James Bell ,,,,,A,,,,,. ,,,,,,, D iscussions Committee Martha Shannon ..,...............,... Life Work RGCFUUS Foreign Students Committee Christian Council Hulda Anderson ...... Representative QQ. 77 garner V 1- ', f 'l ' 'if " ' ' W--fffql - "VW?y..-'iii'-fflliff! "5QW',1f'.Z'4g.W,4'f72'29- " f ,, ' A , at ,f f 1 Pa- aww, .rl -- V - . , V h f . Men's all-University Christian ganization M service or- . embershi ' hercnc STUDENT BO , a'awn, Dunca ARD OF p is based e to the Y L Mr-Elhoe Hir A n, Flanagan, Scamans DIRECTORS- ALEER1' B. MCELH JOE HIRA KAVVA ............ ................. John Cartano H erbert Palmer COMMITTEE CHAIRMEN- Howard K' OE ..... .,,...,President CHARLES A. DUNCAN ...........Secretary JOHN C HERBERT L. S on ad- . M. C. A. purpose of promoting the '5Carrying of religion into .L the life situation." ,.,, ,,,,,,,,,,.., .,,.,,,,. T reasurer . FLANAGAN ....... . ..... Freshman S EAMANS ..... ...., , .... G eneral Secreta ecretary 1' Y Earl Rhix d 1 Floyd Carlson lehlbauch ...... Kn ox Woodruf f ........ Rob ' ert Hill ............ ert Palme Herb r ...... Ross V an Woert ..., B OARD OF TRUSTEE HERBERT T OFFICERS- . CONDON BOARD OF TRUSTEES- James Arbuthnot Frank S. Bayley Floyd Carlson Herbert T. Condon .......World Fellowship C harles A. Duncan ...... ...... V ocational Guidance ........................S0cial John Cartano .......Publicity ...,........Northwest Field Council Representative .........I-Iouse Earl Rhind ......Athletics Northwest Field Council Representative ...........,................President A. S. ELFORD Vice Pr ' A. W. HOGUE ....,..,......, ....,.,,.,...,.,,..... T reasur . - esldent er Charles A. Duncan A. S. ' A. W. Hogue F. M. Padelford Eldridge Herbert S. Little .lohn Reid A. S. Elford E. S. Meany Dr. M. N. Garhart Walter Willialns t 6,1 1 Q .,. -,,.' ,f . 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Y . , .au f i n 4 PAGE 4 09 - il U -1 g ' 'if' f .WI 0 54- I A w A 1 . h wwawaw -1 Lnnl A with the help of the advice and suggestions of lnr. francis g. pratt of lowlnan and han- ford co., and of nur. fred winnan, of the western engraving co., the 1929 tyee has been created ..A... the nlodern treatment of art in the hook was done entire- ly by floyd flint, art editor- A -the interest and efforts of these lnen has nnade possible the 4 1929 A I Y li li T777 - n E' 'rv1Hrv1Frv1Fv1Hrv1Frv1Fv1Hrv1FrvwHrvHrv1FrvwHr1Hrv1FYwwrvw'rvw'rvw'rv1Pvw- lllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll .-N, f Q ,- ff J ,X fif N Wx WX W ... A . , V:: an iM 1 V I I4 anim ? fr m u l! all 5 wr W 4 fruit' it- U lf t fkl 'W' t N fN+Mf.F 1 LM i to 1 + My - i l a uf ..fh0z15zzmz'5 of Students have found the safety 9 covenience and record of a bank account with us to be of great value to them. May We serve you? 9 -5C5 J U ' ' ' l n1vers1ty Nahona o bl lil 'I 'lie Ejmflfm Bank Agfflllfor I' Q A I II Ill ll I ll ll lll I I I U ll Ill Ill I J "LocKWooD', 0UTBoARD MoToR Anywhere! SUNDE are d'ExfERs Co. SEATTl.s.WA:sl-1. : - K,M,-I-2 41 ff Vf i A Q -, ma.. 'l- .- Glflfa i W 'AA' fa?-P ' I x ' 5 H ' Loads of Thrills and H, f Lots of F un with a Ocean or Bay, Lake or River, your "Lockwood" is always ready - for fishing or 'Aflyingf' Don't delay: fix up your boat and let us furnish the power. We have your Lockwood In Stock while we're talking about the great out- doors and wide open spaces, we might add that our entire line will interest and thrill you. The tang of the sea is ever present in our 'ls e a g o i n g" store. Come in and look around - there's romance everywhere. Everything for Boats, Yachts or Ships, whether for work or play. "Now then, lads, altogether- Ten big ones, for-" 1 I STLINDE sa d EVER5 Go. "THE PIONEER HOUSE" Q QQ me? ,,E.4-F.-'ii- mm--av. ,. 1 .aan-Fe, img 'f - . '-"-'-ii-"""" 4554 '-- -1 . ,ASQ-'Ti'--' " Q5' si. '- .cus 11iaE'i"rfls ie,-Y 1, M-H1 - 1, - 'E 'f'E".'Ei -"'b'.teF alEZ'Sl5:-f :':9"fT',., -:,a..."'q' . , 14 , . ,fr . T . a ., alggg,mHaa5L'maz,r .aa5c'?E21!f5Fa. f i.1.1an..+aw,y , - , f xgffhv.-mag wg M., -- 52' pa ge 1, ,,, 5- :2g7E.f..,g-1 52-,..,fa-llgg f.- 527 4 -A H 7 'swf -v: .-1, . ,kb-F:-, ,, , . ' ,.,- '. ..- ..,.-A' l'rv:.' 1'-'IU f ' M231 l' ' ' 17. i,.!:L"' 3? 1 . I ,.4j .,,..:-f- g-EEL 4- ' T E - a n V 11 X- , A . . - - ...W - , f i . P. 4- -.". rv-------.-v-.-'. .. -.fff-.-a - . --- ..,. .. -.. -' VH- ' , -Av v. . :fam 'aX,,..,., ...,,,. , -.,,,,. , .V . .., -.- .. E 4 - -2? 4' :E f- 1-.ivifa Tawau - - N ., ,z A - -rE'f-- 'J' '- Q "-2? 'gsltliuiia l I- V- ::af.,.a. .EL -, . 23 les H :1v'IEi?f"' li- 2 -we , " V, - A-riff. " " "2-:Y -i: if- l-fl--digg : P-as?-, 11 . ' Y z 1 ' . --f , 1:13 1. .as Lf 2312, zfffwngg, 'Ci 1 - ? . ff, ,QL ' +5 533 'na U1 " f SI " 2lQ ' .,:-lg .: ' 'L a sl-'--134 . uri I : ' ' f " 'l "- ,1I"' -111' - :El " 1 'f-if 1 4. ' 'f-" 1'2--- ... .- ' . e - Fx, :rig-"' - ' . . 1 -f -+H ' G f .J N.. .1 . " 1 352 2 ? ' E i A -" at , In -.Q if V F an A ,Q I,-' -A ,. kappa sigma The Kappa Sigs are throwing their Winter for- mal, and the photographer snapped a View of Jack Seaman and Stew Mulligan racing to get the first dance with that blonde from Rainier Valley. Jack is in the lead, but Stew was going to join Sadie Minch in the locker room anyway. 77 7 M121 vv v-17-7-vg IIIIIIEHHEBIIIEIEHWNEEIERIE!!IDIHEIMiiillllillllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll Eg? ii - PTS 5 r my 'hi r Cornmutual Interests Frederick S1 Nelson's deep interest in the University of Washington is, perhaps, a reflection of certain commutual interests. For, like the university, this retail instif tution, is actively engaged in developing men and women to serve the Future 'sig A f if i Elf J Hf e 5 1,1 f ? il , f f Vxl' s :V f . 1 My f sawn lllllllllllllllllllllllllllllliillllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll L44.g44.g4.L44.gA4. -4 mal ol He ls NCT aJ.C. Penney Co. Customer The "Credit Bluesvl That's what the gentleman above is suffering from. The most distressing stages of this disorder develop around the First of each month. The most marked symptoms are unpaid bills and an excess of credit charges. Fortunately, the cure is well known. The remedy for 'Credit Bluesy' is to shop at the local J. C. Penney Store. Here the policy is to Pay Cash, and consequently the First of each month, and every day after it, can be faced without fear of unpaid bills and in- stallment charges. "Charge lt"! l'Charge ltr' is one of the most wasteful expressions in the English language. You are charged not only for the goods you buy but also for the use of the money temporarily extended you. You help pay, too, for the extra book-keeping involved. 'Tll Pay for It"! "l'll Pay for lt," used as a shopping rule, saves you money, makes you a shrewder judge of value, and curbs un- necessary purchases. That's why shop- ping at this store is a sure cure for those "Credit Blues." 7' lllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIIllllllllllllllllllllllllll ff?g.43?.'fi,,. 5 1' 'Q Hi...-4 ' '.. 'f - W -nga.-9 -ff.-.ue A ,rg If-!f,..5:g.,ku'u1S! alla gig, Q -- Tiff' E' Ef f' ' " ' ' Ma . is .ai T : ali T T gill - ,.,. a far? ' ' 7 . fi ' ' E' A' -- --M , 1 , , arg 1. 1 . is - ilfi' Rf I r , 1' gl" 'V ' Q55 rl me -'ig -.Ml-,f . . . gas- . 1 5- .: . 1 ,l ' -,W ... A I If - '5 9. i s f " Q, ir, .W I , f - w w. ' 1 ,141 . . ' MT, QD: 'Q ,Ai x . . Ilpjli, 1, U "Y Eel v ' mf fig , .f' sg knq'?:z g - f ' n f S' 412 I2 ia'f3Yi-?W V - " ' -1 - ,I -Hi , A 3N:'3FJl:gf r ' " ':, z F. wvfli f- si - 1 XT is Qtek? 1.,.1:af' xg-.Wag ... . , , .. fm, 45.32, . , 'T sigma nu Hurrah, it is five a. m., and the loyal Sigma Nu's are all up for a little workout. The fellow with the uncombed hair at the left end is Bill Snider, and the handsome boy at quarterback is Jerry Haney. After a while the boys will take a cold shower bath and then study till breakfast time. 77 7' H1-lj ,,. ,, .. , . - A '54 ' Z3 llllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllillllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIllllllll , ,Z . 5 H,1v,5E?:i: . V ,,.. . qyfaggiigk ' - E I .Q t ' ,V s r , A f 2221" 5, ,...A.:,A X: -2 1152111522123Efiiffiisillgii :fig V0 :" I A' ' ,....., 1 . U W1 x . r - - . A " " ...., 5 '--4 'A"' V A ,-. - "AA "2 "" 4 N - ' I -L:3:3:52k" 3f5:-1-1 '.-. , ,- Q . 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SITY 500 1055 43 26-28 University Way "Everything the Student Needsw llllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll LLAALL4 I4 llllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllrlllllllllllilllllllllllllllllllllll LE LP LP LE 'JP 'JP C R E S C E N T w as XIT, 5 Ti acuum ac e 54. fi. 55. 54. G- Q- Q V P k d ' ' ' ' ' ' 'ef-s-L M C O F F E E y iiii 6 A popular blend that gives l i l assurance of a rich, satisfy- NV l k gl W P ,Vf' ing drink every day There is Food or Thou ht Horo- in the year. Crescent Manufacturing Company Makers of Crescent Baking Powder, Mapleine, Pure Spices and Flavors '21 -ucv:-g+ auf- Q QQ -gi,-i...,,g-,i 1-.azaf.1....,.s,-ai,-J:i,1Q LBLQSLIL ,g,L...r,,, w-H-A -NMa-gmhmruiswwiqwawew,Egpy'w' 4.-A,..,w, mt . . . . ax 5 C--and 1t7S dellclous .ff . - if food- that 1S well 'VO af - 4 rf f f -an .. we Q , 'I served-and served L 1 P-e - y Q. at COSI. - 3 gn y Q -if 'I -1 R -5 1 ' A ' e t C--at the a kappa alpha theta C O B4 Nl The Theta's are evidently working on the Van- couver chapter. It is very advantageous to the girls who visit the Canadian city, because they Home Economics can stay at the chapter house and get ice water wlthout having to t1p a bellboy. 3? 3? 3? 3? 3? 3? it l lllllllll I ll l ll lllllll lll l I llll lx lll llllllllIllllllllllll 7 lllllllllllIllllllllIllll 54161 n an emfironmenlew of beauty and culturea where youth demands the best and the smartest, these co-eds. Uffiss Tlirginia Tiem, at the wheel, and her companions, eifargaret Glydef, fQBetty Gotton., and Elizabeth IQ2lley, choose! a La the efpressiom of a natural clesireu to excel. Q A .-if ' "W QEUIUU5' W1 M REM E Q 1 !?3L - L, x I-Zh! LE 'HQ 34 Na lv treiieisifa rtms CE EMQQQE Gian TZTPIANEJEASTIWAIHSON SEATTLE G ctiiiil eer mtl L Same EESQFEEIQUQGQLWS1 ILIIIIIIIIIIIIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIllllllllllllllllllllllllIlllllllllll H1 Q QQ are necessary to enter ,fi 1 the University of lik, Washington and 'S sflfsh , ss.. . M ., are necessary to gr i e f? B - 1 ' g .:- H uas .a:3 . 5 +- ,- remain here. 1 qWh ' sf ' VD nf "5 Eiga ww e. .- I . ,,.. ,,, U ,. .1. .. ,A E: , ,Q 'xg ,E az P if V315-..'-i5.f '4 1 25 all .Le -ra .- - i :H .g 1 " x-.' "gi ,f i 'V "ip .1 x -rg ,,: - 1 -1? af-'Egg QV 6: -wir., ,.,, My, .,,, , . .- 1"""""f"f" ' a v wemaps:s:ms4:::.asav::n:smwq.N C' e help V011 delta delta delta To Pf9P3f9 for entrance exams The prize feature of the Tri-Delt house seems to T0 keep your C1355 Wgfk at par be its pI'OXlI11lIIY to the Dekes. Once UPOII 3 time the Tri-Delts had everything, but those days are long since past. "We have Eddie Larkin's Cad- illac though" say the girls with a sigh of con- To pass your final exams solation. 77 7 I I I . n COMPETENT INSTRUCTORS Low RATES CAQILE I N TE L SEATTLE niversity oaching School CHARLES W. VAN DE WALKER, Director A. M. CASTLE SL CQ. Iron and Steel Near Chimes Tower r 4502 East 45th Kenwood 6633 lllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll - M1817 HREE F ine Firepraa Apartments at the Main Entrance of the University '?!DfSr!D'CiDfS-iDfE' -3fQ?w'1 ,A -.r "-.X ., Q ' lN'Erv- . ' ... s., - nr' JH- Q1-Q3 - -en-sufmzafft - -'EBSQ . i' 1f'iu1Ti li 'A J 551: 15 2 ff - fi ' 1' ' 5:2- 4127 51 F at ,A ffl 'l l Q x - 4 ,gan ,I 1 L E r- ur., j 1 ,ws eg S E W , ' an Y 'I x v 'L 'P ffl E f.. 'Y .I xi R fr at L, tiff l 4 J ,vff 314 1 ' " 4 ki, ft ie 1 13:1 1. 1 tr rl 1' k ful H Q- .w A-any 1 1 !Txirrl2r:f1y?Tt,1ULll F T' I' r' r- j p: R15 Irpf P 1 Q41 ix I if A il ' 5 N Hz' L' .f W if f - 4 V ,-....-- . ..p.,,,,. L-1 --H .at . ...Er I, 4, Er i SE 'T L"'3L3""E-P' 4-L f'feffL"r 'iff .ri 4 ' 3' 4 " 1 -1 V' P fkZ3'fe?"i!'f3r43'G?' '3'Q?X5-L: Catering to Student Families Ffa Commoelo e Apartments 4005 Fifteenth Avenue Northeast MElrose 9 6 70 CZ :Wo and three-room fur- nished and unfurnished suites with all of the latest conveni- .- , . .ee . .. -m y V . . 1 .. . v fete ' . .psi g. , ,gi-Iva, I - J 1""""" Q , :- ,, M 4- 33,4431a2..e...,.,A.M.m5,:-A.-saw: Q 'aff rs: sa z is A 5 il L, A ferent. I A J :MA I c VX ali, m.l3s',w4!w, ywbgvgu -- . - ia? 'T 'J ' If ss e : 2? . 5-1. T52 n-51 5' 3. ,,-, K ,.,','.2.4.rfg5'1s: '.g-v:..,.'.1.,,1:tx, H ences, including F rigid air e '-"A t'tt ' ,- "- . "" F1fePf00f Garage ' Excellent View lg 1,.i? 'T'? ? t ge t " " 1--:e -'-- r Q' V22 9 -, .! Reasonable Rates .,.. , .,,.. , ,,., A 5650 Herbert Smith Owner T559 Duelress Apartments 4009 15th Avenue N. E. MElrose 9668 AilJfE53fiTiDf'6 -5J'EsiDfS 'L '75EJfEi'ibJf'E5' 4' Cavalier Apartments Millard Smith 4014 Brooklyn Avenue T 'Q ,,,,,,,, ,.,. ,.., .... . . ,, , -,.-vv-,--':,,,.-::,,,.,t,::.:.-2 , t--'e A 4 if f gg- 333' -- H H . V ,...., , 4-',1gt5as..., Hy.-T, .f,- me. -z-I 1. v Manager MEIYOSC 9 6 6 9 reofcofssofeofseyfs 14191 FDD YUUIQ ENTERTAINMENT 1 V ' I .. ' 2:1 ,Y -.-f . -, 1 -1 ' I N2 Ql4 QE :Xl Y O U N E E D . . . Programs Plaoards Tickets Dodgers Fon Youn DANCEJ. . . . . YOU NEED ..... Invitations Programs Menu Cards Fon ALL DIQINTINGN... The Handiest and Largest Suburban Plant in Seattle. UNIVEIQIITY DUBLISHING Co. 4133 University Way JOHN I'I. REID ROY C- ROSENTHAL Printers of the U. of W Daily ?i4fQf55'2?f1i5:'lRig- V455?Eif3!'iH3i'-Q'-:fi 1.ZYfErQ1f1af'f'g3-5 "VA W'-9253-If Af: AliE'f5,1l,f' 211-1+ f:11."l'F.'-'-5-P-f'v'1f1- A. V Cf??::.'1Yf'P'iP3 ' ' 'fav i.f21QEiS'.'-3' 1 1.,igi3,yg.g,g-5,i.!5, 2i'9i,QlffQf -1,3g'ggii3cf.i5j.aei51g ,i L 7,i',I'i' 4l.j:.4,'-.ez-Y: 1-5.31,-',RQ-l'??1f-Lb'-rf, I' .'v!.v': Y ' Aga xgssei?-ef? :,:g4iQ','-will? H 2IM-fiififk'Z-2.93.3-A-h'f1."fqs? piggy, ,uw --J-eg ,.,.-pl., . ...,..-,l,l. yL.,..,-4,-' QQ. of -- -,L ,,. is-Q ff:,:,Qf4:fs.fmSi?i ., 'Sli at-ily was ififfm--r 11 ' r 1' ie l 1,5a..:.-. ft- ' - ,r"w', ,-,1l'. .:,,-.jfs-.xf.1.'1x MEG.:-af" -' E3 WF' -fifqsefi 'V.'lf5ff3 T RL kiiiidii ,l-. g - .5 I, L . , V, - . .. 6,4515 uiqifrliif..-,ggglgpz ol dwg f' 'i.,,D'xXk 0 ..4!.'L:.fi'A':.-:lisp X4 F I fi I X , : .n V, -f' V i 1-' f ' " 7. .A 4 .' ' Ek fwiimz.--F4 5- x if .VQSENI fnwliib il ' 4 1 'A .:'? in-1,-. 5' -1.- 'J kappa kappa gamma Some of the boys are getting ready for an after- noon tea at the Kappa house. The Kappa's Went wild over the Seattle professional hockey team. "It's so warm and cozy at the ice arena, you know." It is not odd that the girls should want to root for a team called the "Eskimos." 76 b f42n1 EIQEQEEQEE Qeeeeyee Qeeeeg EEEQL LIFE Q 'FIRE ACCIDENT I-0 Q AUTO Salim, HEALTH 5Qm9,x5 MARINE N V BURGLARY CASUALTY LIABILITY l'ilSURABiQEK SURETY BQND 53? Qeag ESEQEC EQQEES 695 628 Liggett Bldg. 4th and Pike Main 0226 Seattle, Wash. Q I If CXD CX? je I QE QE DAHILIIAILAND Wedding Decorations Parties and Corsages EASE 5541 2146 Boyer AV9' EASE 5540 llllllllllllllllillllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllilllllllllllllllllllll g4.g4.L4.4.54.g.54.4.L4.4.54.4.L4.4.g4.4A.4.44.4.L4.4.L4.A4L4.4.g4.4.g.g4.g4.4.g4.L4.44 v llllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll - .xx---mxxxxxx-.--11-11xxxgxxxxxxxxxxxxxmxu We Call and Deliver Dependable Cleaning RAVENNA DYE WORKS mc. VCIY 31' C 1113 Dry Cleaners and Dyers of the University District that do our own cleaning. ' Phone MElrose 3955 4555 University Way S O 1 ci 1 C 1' 11 A liQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQY 11-fif1'j"if.Z5apfT5Fiilf SFLQH1 'iii 1-' e -is 3 -.l"3 5fi:9Q'il'-" S- " , I v.'3.:'-'3 .Zi ' QU t i fs ri Qs 'J' -.Six 5 ' -' ' 151' - if 5Y.fe '!"'-we. N, fi - an 1Gi we Maker of the new R. O. T. C. Uniform -'ia at 22 Q, -. --- 'shim'-! fp- ,. ga .sf L, -.Q 1 Sf f .' . M , A 'H r 1 " 1 1 l Q: 24 . 4 - - .pl ",, 1 F - ',-- ' fig V ' ' - O A SO - " 1? 'i ,,,, T f' 'iii .- i ,- bd takes , 'isfffilf' Wm.. f " "" " "X 3.1, srl , 'f -' Q ' if ' Oth C S O r varsity boat club The Crew men are just having themselves a time -and Jim Runte finally has his arm around fi I C ' that cute bo with the red curl Denn Murra 0 e 1 n Y ' Y Y S a S and Smith Troy have made up with the laddies 1 7. . after their snowball fight last winter, which was X at Reductlon termed as a brutal and malicious attack. 322222725 ' 0 STUDENTS ARE PLEASED with Portraits from i X' Howard A. l-larsch AL MA N Studio of Photography 4312 University Way Mel. 1160 Third at University 121 1 Third Ave, "Have your Photos made in the V University District" H221 WAS ER KDTQRS, INC. Pt QrcQ County Distributors for J STUDEBAKER and ER KllNlE 618-20-22 st. Helens Ave. TACOMA Bsoadway 1201-2-3 ferfflhiwl-gli:-f?.1'i1f , 'fir X . gl i':!s:f'2s'f'-N? A HERE s TO THE 1929 TYEE 121553, gwfi gf " me .-ww.: f- fm-529-.-'Q ni.: '-ft., ,av-,'Q.. Ex 3 -i , W e hater 3 Stevens if' g.if1'Hf'H' 1'-N. ' 'V wi Qi -:. ,sim -if F' 52 'fe far'-1 351 1' - - ,223 Q. Commerczal Photography . ..,. ..,.,.. in ,f- -,E ,A M M 4, Q17-T95-'KXD slglna chl "The girl of my dreams" sings the loyal Sigma 7 Chi-and then he sits in rapt admiration while they pass the hash. This little snapshot of the Sweetheart of Si ma Chi nearl cost the hoto - l U Y P g rapher his life, as Bob McMeans and Tom Jer- amy thought he was trying to sign her up. "It's 412 Virginia Street Telephone h d t ' " ' - ar o get a cook from Milwaukee they s'a1d, Seattleywasht MAIH 3743 and the Sigma Chl quartette burst forth 1IltO that old favorite, "Blow the Foam Away." 'SP 6 5 9 S 5 5 5 S 9 5 5 9 5 5 9 6 E 5 9 9 6 6 5 5 9 9 5 5 6 5 9 5 S S 5 5 9 5 Eg0"20v01'-0'4f0'1f01f01'-0'H-02f-0vf01f-01f-02 :S :S is gi :S :Q :S it :S gi :S :Q :S :S is :S :S :S :S :S :Q :Q I5 I5 IS I5 I5 I6 I5 I5 I5 I5 ' IS I 6w0u.01fm:.ow1axa:.o-eoffomaufaanono OLYMPIC FOUN DRY COMPANY IRON FOUNDERS 5200 9th Ave. S. Established 1900 Seattle, Washington H231 MALMO LAN DSCAPE SERVHCE advises on the most economical attainment of effective Landscape Settings. Established 1893 25: Cor' Sixth 53 4 - ,.i Phone .ad wma. LM0 8, co l e g MM, Times Square - ' f " " 'fjL O -.Z- ' I , A .A., - Se"f"e sm' ' 25-acre City Sales Display, East Marginal Way and Ellis Ave.-adjoining Airport on north cb Sdeas plus Eyccellenew Qraftsmanslmip 0-D 13.42 it ATEWAY RINTING Co. AH COLLINS BUILDINGQ SECOND AT JAMES 5 A Slliorrw So '- GT E 2 - , 75 . W 5 r -i K. ' l ' -021014-0'1-0210'2l051-0I27f021-0bu01101f02C0Ws0110N02s02h0K0v They Belly GO' hoard of control our . . T ' rlelcent imporranons A meeting of the A. S. U. W. Board of Control, China! Pottery and Metal as described hy Joe Oottsteiniand Ward Kumm. Egncede much Smith Troy is the brigand with the evil-looking The Modernisric Trend ' ' stiletto who hass kumm six t'ousant miles for fponland V, LOS angeles if San Qvfancisco Vashington to save the Conibear stroke. Seattle, OMPLIMENTS of Seattle Aerie No. l, Fraternal Order of Eagles -Seattle's own organization. Owners and operators of the Eagles Auditorium, Seventh Avenue and Union Street, where all University of Washington social activities are held. The present home of George G. Faurot, dancing instructor. Office, 1416 7th Avenue - Telephone Elliott 0544 M241 llllllllllllllllllllll Illllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll my ' s yt he DDIOIC 1 SM fx " 5: 2-. i f , Seattle psig, 4 Q ' 1 if " It EE . K n53iEEnf 1 A V V f f l 1 ' I W ' f 5 , X f -" 5 A xl ' A F J Lyn gtgisf:-exempt. 1 VENETIAN ROQM with "Tiny" Burnett's Qrchestra r. 0. t. c. Colonel Mathews is fondly displaying a little 6-1 X , ,Q 1 v J' V E present from number two and three men in the D - H- N rear rank. "I am overwhelmed," said the col- 'Qllfv N D my onel, on receiving a splendid box of tin soldiers. A RJ fl , pi X Qt- lx , . , 2 z- vi , , , I 4 1 5 ' I am sure that Major DeRohan and myself will ,A f X 5? Q X Q spend many pleasant hours playing with this " i M wonderful gift from the men of the ranks." F' W' Hull? Managel hen in Portland ...do as file Porffanders do XVTXX For Food that is Good GENERAL Always Go to the XVID RA r H3Ze1WOOAi! GASO N E Ll CTN'90'fDCf'W40fDGTW'90'fD3f90fDG'N40'fD COMPLETE RESTAURANT AND FOUNTAIN SERVICE SPECIAL COMBINATION MENUS NATIONALLY FAMOUS CANDY QJ06fQQJOVk9QJOQfQDQJOVk9Q!06'Q 6 ICE CREAM AND PASTRY M o T o R o 1 L 10062 Pure Paraffine Base A Z E EWU 0 ID S CONFECTIGNERIES and RESTAURANTS . . . IN PORYILAND Jn KKTIIE CZ,f'1l0fR0J'EI,7 Sold by Independent Dealers 1,1251 . A A ' f 3:-ass-:err-sr?f:5'2A-p-r' 1 ' - - - 'I 4 .F ., - . t1fss-fwrbiff. .4 -., . x - f 652' . K gg ,X ' 1 if- f - ,,c.v3:::aaw ' t- - -K5 Q13 aaa-55.,L, Z r ig e - I rg 'gg - - , t. .- 1 if tl. . ' 'E 'Q ' - "A A r- "'- ., ,.,A f E E" MM' " E- ' W e N--- .J 'f- .., f t 1.'-A 'f + fl f f n 6' if A ix l v 6 ' N1 1 1 J X I 1 4 t . f A X g , X, . Q Mx '-.uae N is "' f , . , ,rr - if A , t Ia 43 ' te S ' rr X ff 1'-fu I 5. ff ffm of www. 5' vw Q , 1 ff: f-51,1 2565 A ' . U 1 fjf lg-f XZ , .5573 'H' 'R Q-sk., ,ff nw N X yi, a 5,,.,g..si.25 QM. J, -422' 2.51. ffsifmw' fr at 5 15 J ,e4gaa,.g,gs:' rr . New . f .. - X f ff 1 I I Mi Gelephonolllichcs are for . .. BEAUTY 'Yi PERMANENCE 'YS CONVENIENCE Architectural Dccorcttzirtg Co. F. J. Hahn, Pres. ED. NELSON JAMES Cl-IRYSTAL Nelson 81 Clarystal, Inc. IX. Painters anal Deco1'ato1's .XV The Physics Building Our Latest Accomplishment Zll East Garfield Street Phone CApitol 2844 SEATTLE, WASH Frank Pl. 'Kuuislwige Sens 'Pictorialist Dance, Drama and Action Pictures Make of Campus scenes for 1929 Tyee Nickerson St' CEB? ZZO Douglas Bldg. -- SEATTLE Q06T Seattle, Wash. Gar. 1833 l 1:5 1. -f r , rf if' f-iififigjggi 'EN of vision, yes. But don't over- TT 5---Z S7 look the fact that those old Roman road .J builders and empire builders kept their feet - f- '1f- J 2 V, 1 . . L 1 riff ill' firmly flxed on the ground. They faced the '. -if ,. "'...-ti gers 51 I-: -N . V. Q ? It . F facts squarely. They were demons for detail. A E! They were the world's first great organizers. , 4'T'1Q,.!5'l7 A- ,y 5-1,3 ' ,l - . -- .Pi-'Nj 5 L ' . , ' s -,f1'f2's-' . we 54.57 ' f"if'Qs1-' loneerin in t etee one ln ustr is 1 e Em ma 'J IA L ' - SA! 1 it P g h lph d y lk Un g qwr 1 Ak that. It is a Work of vision and of leadership - ' -A r-5 gf" S . - - 1: L - ,,,- lu., ' X41 into new fields. But back of it all must be the g' ff I, ', EH' 51"'- 1idev+g".-3-if- :L A A : .45 il 1 i , ' - gall' k-. J 1, p . N ... ab1l1ty to organize men, money, material and . M T' , .gi at E' ' T yeh - hi I .AVI i- M ! J' -.-. mac mes. 5 ' rf," X, t .r,, .,.-s,i1Hl3!fi The telephone executive must coordinate t Q. " ' in -'te-Y' i 'y' " . . . ' J." .2?f'f-'Ygfaf .r " ' his machme before he can run it. He must un- I rr .... Q . . . . with their feehf derstand the possibilities in his organization before he can lead it. That done, his oppor- tunity is empire-wide, vision-broad and ambi- on tfte grour . . fiomdeep' ew' . . ew' - The Pacific T :phone and Telegraph Company lllllllllllllllllIlllllllU E IlillllIIIllllllIllIlIIIlllllllllllIlllllIllllllll 26 ..Ce0m'a' Gjfink Arfzlvf Photographer For U. STUDENTS Special Rates 2211 WHITE BLDG. ELLIOTT 1930 NCQ Q-f I ,Q . f 111 I 5 f,f g'1 i ' Qi I , .'l' , . as KN, 4 -by : gn "" "" : x a , N -if E I I N I3 Q it X ml! -ep Q 1 I!! ' --.. E . ' 'Q lt' 'a :nr 'M "' , 'I ' -X ' .5 N n., 02,131,515 e y 7 ,.,.., b X ...H ,I X, 5 . -13121145 gk .fpflgi ai! E-J A I' 5:5357 A-'us d' 2 : .. -g,VPS1,1'9'7 'n'i'591?ig54'i1'-"?'fg- gl .:if,:,-2211.1 as . 5Q1'1'fl . , . , -Q 1. M' "-'G'y-'- 9:-Z3 - l,.gaiff5f, 1 .I H I 2- 7.1-LQ 3' M K.. ,nm-. " -lily.- ---,L """' ' - fi 'M . U' ANY I 2 delta kappa epsilon An intimate view of the Deke house, showing the new copper coil leading from the still in the base- ment to the storage kegs in the garage. The feet in the window belong to Mel Grigsby, who is busy adding up the profits of last winter's sales. PIPER SL TAET SPORTING GOODS - RADIO COMPLETE OUTFITTERS FOR THE ATHLETIC gif? WORLD gif? Downtown Store: il' 1121 1109 SECOND AVENUE 'lik as 1- els M Uptown Store: M 5 1523 FIFTH AVENUE 5 MARYATT ELECTRIC VLAUNDRY and AMERICAN LINEN SUPPLY CO. All Equipment Electrically Operated ,fx , .-. " 'Q ,C ,,A-.-gig., l.,,,,,,.fjl' M4-, fr XXX A ' E at W -I H. I gem .. H it A 1 -:'5!f!"i"1',.1.m5'2-5 -M- -we-fm -F. I , I MA V 'a. . W . FN af . AWI M 4 , ,fl ffm z ,L -.7-y S f ., f in 31119 3 We do all classes Linen supplied of family work to Fraternities The only laundry in Seattle owned and operated by U. of W. graduates Roy L. Maryatt. '15 Dexter Ave. at Roy St. Chas, W. Maryatt ll lllli-5 Uu1ll6V5l,Tqll.iI1lIH Speeciaiiisis in V Sinner' and Supper ?an"Eies .Q 513. 'in' " 4 iiarik ,Effie-In -. 1 ff:-2123 -.--- - If I4271 is St? , S ,ji 4 Don't I 1 ill K a- Vxvffw ,f tolerate cooking ll odors Syl' E I I I 1 1' : wbzsks them away tl WESTWIND -i Softly as a breeze, the stale air, smoke and od turns them outdoors. the air of your whole breathable as a summer wall of your kitchen, is inexpensive, quiet, easy to install and good-looking. A West Wind in the kitchen is the sign of a fastidious home. Call us-let us show you West Wind. West Wind Ventilating Fan pulls out ors as they rise in your kitchen. and Without draughts or open windows, house can be kept as sweet, clean and arbor. West Wind, set in an outside Kr WHS M Ventilating an WEST WIND CORPORATION SEATTLE, U. S. A. BONNEY-WATSON CO. Funeral Directors ff : : 'ix is 400 'r For more than Sixty Years Bonney-Watson Service has been Reliable Service ff 3 1? 'ix div N -1- EAst 0013 1702 Broadway l "Leadership" is honored both in Education and Sports as well as in Business There is a mark of distinction to those who use WEST- MADE DESKS "The Desk That Almost Thinks" Compliments of SEATTLE MFWMADE X DESK 0 V OFFICE FURNIT-lllili X! FOURTH AT STEWART or Mann X X , . . SEATTLE U S A llllllllllllllllllllllllllllll 54231 ln the Years to some This Company Will Be Doing Title lnsuronee Business 'With you who are now reading this modernistic and beautiful book -Good Fortune be with you! THE PUGET SOUND TITLE INSURANCE Coe if Third at Columbia SEATTLE , CARD AND c:LoTH , .,.v 5 me ' E ' ' ffgegw - ,. A f. BEAVER BOARD '21 fifif , , 9 " ., ' , CUT-OUTS 1 - C COREY SIGN Co fe .i., . J ' ' ' ,1 ' MAin 5491 1921 Fifth Ave. .AAV as . . All Kmzis of Sheet Metal Work .-.. P '-,. - - 1 1 and Re pazrzng .pfe-wi-i - -f ew 1. Q .1 - -- A ---mf.-f.,,. -.,.,g..ae111,.,, ,2li,. . beta theta pi Quiet hour at the Beta house. Herm Brix has .voiced his desire to think, and the boys are giv- ing him a chance. "Of course it doesn't mean anything to us Whether or not Herm hangs around the house-" say the boys as they dis- play the shot used by the great Olympic man. WASHINGTO SHEET MET L WDRKS 1275 WESTLAKE NORTH Telephone GArfield 5718 Good Athletes need Good Equipment Ask your dealer for GOLDSMITH quality line of Athletic Equipment GOLDSMITH leads in University and High School up-to-date athletic equipment 14291 5 ,.v,,wq i sb5yxi H-4' 1 IIllllllIlllIIlllllllllllllIllllllIlllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlllllllllllllIIlllIllIlllI QllllllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIHIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlIl!lIIIlllllllllllllllllllllllllblllllllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlllllllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII!IIIIllIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIllllllIllllllllIIIIllIIIKIIIIIIIIXIIIIIIIIIIHIIIllllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII!IIIIIIIlllllllllllllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIllIIIII5IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIISIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlIIIIII!IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII 2 . 2 2 .Af E . MQ.,-Le. . ' 5 ir ,ffl 'ik' . 5 , 2 I 5. 5 if ..'f- -V r ..,: : X llyl I- 5 ap ff ' Q- f . f. ff ,X Q 2 A . fz: . 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M.. ad... ,. .-...-..- I 2 J eatt e s n y ome-owne ewslaalaelf' 2 "All The News Thafs Fit to Print" allillllllllllIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIKIIXIIIIllillllllIllllllllllllIlllllllllIHIIIIIHIIIIllllllIlllIINIllllllHIllllIIINIIHIHIIIIIINIIXIIINIllIlllIlllllIllIlllllVIIIIllIllIllIIIVIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIYIIIllllllIllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlllllllllIIIIIIIIIIllllllIHIIUIIIIIIIIIIIIIllIIIHIIIIHI1IllIllIlllllIIIIII1II!IIIIIIIIIVIINIllIIIIIIIIIlIl1Il1IIIIIIIlllllIIIillilllllllllIIlIIIIllllllllillllllIIIIIIIIIYIIIIHIllIIIIIIIIIIII!IIIIIIIIIYIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII llllllIlllllllllllllllIIIIIIlllllllllllllIllllIIllIIllllllllllllIllllllllllIllllll M30 COUTHNG GUUDS FOR Spring Summer 1 Fall Winter - ' Tents Hunters' Skiis Flslilnil Tarpaulins Clothing Snow ac 0 Camp Shoes Shoes B006 Outfits Rain Garments Toboggans Etc. Etc. Etc. Etc. See the Big Display W TNE at DLR aux gggg 717 FIRST AVENUE 5933 SWE Phone ELiot 8165 E' .t't .. H - A :ta -3, faq, . -get F '13,-Vg? AHQA ,l. "tif . qv: .IX .Q- 5,1 fs. , -. -. . , , .. ,. . if Qrjii-1.1 53 . 1 - . Lf is . 5, il? A , -l'i f -, ".,f :-Q ' ,e - ' ,-fi , . ' I I ul :A I .f-x 1- - .1 554' Q? A .ny-.-" W Q f'l'Y".+-1 2 .alll V I . .' f gfgirjifw ' f'22:1r1g! "i E 'ff' 'wr-sf? H V V - :fn , ' ' is IP: J' S 'l,C,.'i'i :lc wr.. .Avi u -.5 arfff' ,- --1 :uf-iw . any 'fll2fflff""- F14 v . A ' '7 . 95gLi2':,-'lfLf1f'f-"'f 9145 1 , ,, Qy..,u:'7 - "" "" Y ink! 'lLa?e"w if I wil,-j:Y..X-.2 ,I H -1 -2 ,ngrjL':gjIf:','-I'j-' fs ' " . -T N affix-31.1, L .v i' . ' f ' " 5 .5'T5C12P1 ' 'fi ' ' , .'f:7f ' - Yi. , :iyswgv e '.'914:9l9 Ki? 5 'iSa.ef? :rf lt- H it ' .,:,hr, if . ,J-, S Q -I 1 ,, 'kv , if it 2. 2,53 J 5. A V 1 is E 4 S. 5 my I M e 1 5 is 'www 'P Q l , r , 1 , , E E v 1.2 sigma alpha epsilon Chuck Kirk is fondly polishing the modest statue of Joe Adams in the S. A. E. hall of fame. The boys are mighty proud of Joe, and aside from bowing in reverence when he passes, they spend most of their time praying for the return of Shorty Morrison, so that they will have at least one letterman this year. Shaw Supply Cot, line., Surgical and Hospital Supplies TACOMA PORTLAND . SEATTLE llllllllll! llllllllll llI s t it ' ' if M PENDLETQN Qlraternity iBlanlQetsfx. Made in the Colors and Emblems of Your Fraternity PENDLETON WOOLEN MILLS 393 Flanders St. Portland, Cregon of W T Students When in Portland Make the Multnomah Hotel Your Headquarters H311 eelo Ina Conditiona Athletic coaches all over the country are giving their men Fleisch- ' ma'nn's Yeast to keep them in tip-top physical condition. ' Eat three cakes a day, one a half hour before each meal, and notice y ii what a difference it makes. Yeast is a food, not a medicine, and so li i I should be eaten regularly for at least 60 days to bring ' permanent results. y D I Fleischmann s Yeast is available at any Grocery store. Tfzej Fileiscfzmannj ompany i llIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll HHIIIHIIIHIIIIHIIIIH HHH llllllll llillllllllllllll IHHIHIIIIHI lllllllllllllllll Illl IHHIW IW HH I HIIHI Ill! IHI Hllllllllllll illiiw J CQ - , . 15..- . "1 ' aananas i ' -v .. ,E .P ' K,-a 1 5 . 1 - - , - 1 , .a ' . E 1. AEE ' ' E - 5 . . . Old and New . . . are the reward of Service 5 1,1 ,f - r E so high grade, so fastidious, that it wins and V. ug 'S 2, if if 4 E 2 . . , . . . Aw: . r A , fa 5 holds the confidence of a discriminating clien- 5 - W- -5 ' 5 E Vff m- -. 'tj -e g: 11 :gw,:2: ' 5 tele. 'g 3 We clean everything from your Dress Suit to 5 Fig s Q ' i your ouse O rapes' L -iif ifu -Qf' ff f fv , ,, fr 'A E E , 2 Just turn over your cleaning and laundry wor- X 'E X 5 ries to the dependable Metropolitan. We will 5 relieve you of your cleaning responsibilities. - alpha Xl delta 5 Try our Lezurway Family Service. Well, welll It looks like "Blackie" Nevins, the curly-haired wolf of the Kappa Sig house. And what is he doing here you may ask. It is too bad girls, because Blackie's picture is just as good as 1: Fgsaatngoniiaaaa Eaaaaaogargf in. 'IllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllHllllilllllIIHIIIIHllllllllilllllf1NIIIHIIIIHIIIIIlllllllllHIIIHIIIHIIIHIIIHIIIHI HIIIHHIIIHIIHIIIHII 1lIIHHIHlIIIllVIHllllllillllllllllllll Qs 9 , ,4 s ,Y nailed to the Wall of the Alpha Xi's chapter room. "I am a free man," says Blackie, "but about that Wednesday night business I'm afraid I have to study." IT PAYS TO USE y HAPPY Home BRAND 2 E fgiiafib gy Highest Grade Food Products E ' 'QFFFE' 'ert GOLD SHIELD COFFEE ' "Always" Good 95 Guaranteed by E srirfrsvanacrggn nno. an eos me. eatt e's Olde t B SIUE House -ll-I-I----I--Illlllllgllllillllllll-llIIIIIIIIllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII I4-321 Illll!ll!!!INEHIIIIEIIIIIIIIIIIE lllllilllllli lillll IIBHIIIIIIEHIIHBIIIEIIIWIIBEEIIN 7 . Paper Ruling - Book Binding - Complete Bindery Service S Equipped with Latest Hickok Double-Deck Ruling Machine for Two-Side Work 502 MARITIME BLDG. Phone MA1n 8555 Frequent Service Lowest Rates N .,Y.. K L I N E T O Excellent Cuisine REGULAR DIRECT PASSENGER and FREIGHT tNippon Yusen Kaishal T h For Information and Rates Apply e NIPPON YUSEN KAISHA ff? Prom Seattle. Vancouver and Victoria Orient Seattle B,a,,C1,,1404 FOUR-1-H AVENUE From San Francisco San Francisco Branch-551 MARKET STREET , 'I g 5-54 'im ef- ' 'I . ,:.f i S . ra 1 -- " L - Lg. "':- i1l5: ' iE, jj L, kl',s,li, W'if he - f " L ,T 1 '--' ' 2-I-Stkj " i L1 Fa.:- 1 fri. T155 . . .-L Q .4 ?: .j' fi: " , A -2 ,Q 2'12'.- 'QM' l '- i,l 7wm 5 T ' ' ' ' ilieilf' -. "'l9f:f' . e 1 "H i75'.i?!1-- , .51-:"'?'.f21Ezll" . .5 '7ji".Lg-T .:Q?'li3'l.'f 3 A Fortune in Mac inery A1 1- Is installed in our plant. It ,gfgiyiii We --.. 1 - .1-115.--7.,J - 1 --. f E-ii'- . ,- F-:Haag ' constantly and economi- '-ilfFE:r','9 .i5u5,:1+ ' - vii "l:f"ii'iiEl:35ix'-i-, '. 'S ' ti E H cally produces an enormous Q. 1,5 .,.. .,, ,,,,,1.J, . , .--,,,.,, ,,. ,l!5'..x.m,. . My' . k ,LEU E .YL1i,,.,':.25::4'li:.q,L-s , - 1 -- nur.: ge.: y- in --'img --,Sr Lyv' ' ',EHEQIFEZ-1-...ii1:'::'f'ff'.l.,:- ..Q,..,?2!1Li'i ll - ' f.-311:-1,Q!:,1.f,-1-..?V, 0:..- wh .. . u.-- , .-.,. .. K M. V V delta upsilon The D. U. rushing chairman is out on the trail of a rumor, or is it roomer? He heard that there was still a big man on the campus who was un- pledged, and has a pledge pin and a credit ticket for two months' board and room in his pocket. Why bother with Freshmen when the woods are full of self-made men? quantity of educational PRI TI G Attractive Magazines, Papers, Books and Annuals and Office and Social Stationery for Schools, Fraternities and Students.- Peters Publishing Co 94 Spring St., Seattle Etiae Eaagiaae ieaaageaaagf Northwestern Distributors For ATLAS-IMPERIAL, Diesel and Di.-stillate Engines REGAL ENGINES - HYDE PROPELLERS - SCRIPPS MOTORS 32 EEGEEQEE 3539995 ee we e 3529536 EEEEHE ZSQQ' 14331 lllllIIlllIllllIlllIllllllllllIllllllllllllllllllllIllllllIlIlvllllllllllllllllllll O O Carnationjmry ucts HENRY DHSSTUN f ur tab! i ' '40 6 p Bt SONS, lliritcoo . ! R ' K Saws, fllachine Kvnzafes O U R favorite milkiMay- . flower, PMD, or Crescent- Fzley and Saw T00!y now with the additional safeguard Of Carnation f95P0f1Sibi1ifY' Seattle, Waflzingtozz San Francisco, Calzhrnia House managers keep their students M l V l satisfied with dairy products which ,725 z Poltlmldf 073.2071 have their quality assured by the L -5 , pl name Carnation- "the name that ' i stands for quality." X U ' f 17 -A nits o t e r 1 iw , qi Carnation Farm Products Company ge -Hanna i Mayflower Dairy 1 Crescent Dairy l Pure Milk Dairy West Seattle Dairy Jersey Dairy Clark Ice Cream Co. m'a'i5' Carnation Milk Farm For this service, telephone GARFIELD 0434 X... g f Carnation Farm Products Y Company BAY CITY BER COMPA Y .Manufacturers and Dealers in Fir, Spruce and Hemlock Lumber CAR AND CARGO ORDERS SOLICITED ABERDEEN, WASHINGTON .....i ,Pls if t E - . 1. il ,Ll 1 ,- , 1, , -. , --', - W.. 1 - .M Q J ,. ,, - . rw. r1f:a4wf'i'?kafn- 'ffm' ffl V' rrew2f'1:enia:1- A '- -A it :greasy-f S5 Hia, Gif'-55 125153, - X, 1 '- Ei RFQ' N' -C4321 .F.iv"Y1l:g?.,.1e.a -,- Lg... ' -,ta ' lJ'f2fQg,1igg5f" fa? ' Fad'-E fi: 1- in H , ,nw w1f,r,v.1z extra F 351755 ' 5 ,.- gt 14195: f' ' ,5 ...Tac gf 'R 'vw-git: A r-ge t , --, .f. - Y. -f gsavm., Y use .59 gn rf. fe if-ei,rw,,1-, . -E '.?'."A: r. - lf A:-'-111 1--.mf-.af x g 4- L ,iEe:1,.,,.- lla? vegan. af1.u.sg,--- 1 'C c , . ' . -' : :J 4.-.A 1,,.',,1 1 ' 1:2- ' V . 4. ..q3g. .gL , -' T' 5'-.?g k,N1aX:.'a,f?'5 -L- V,--1:21 gtg , f '- .el.a.4g,f2'g5-gfzgiix 115-01.59-i'f"f: pg- 'ti M 1 Pl'x':1'..'X Shi-Fw - xfxili E ff? 1, S':'f,PH.-'r , '55 ft, W il? Ek. " - .7 ' ' ' .i"'- fr' '-J' "- 'G 23- NLX 'x iii " fi! .-1 ,,-Tlrlk , .. g, ,. . by 1 . . a -L 1. fr al IEE " E5 -E55 M Lx:-.3 ,Et s ,av. v,A XX XXI 1 5-J vq.i' L,Qh F ixx 6 :Fixes - bLf?4s:a - if ' 'li' ' . - f e ' Ill f 'X - E' .."'iE J? 'H 2 J ' - , ilmrl . ' - -14. 'ia sv- 'u , ' 15 ' fi J v gg 1235. AT J , af I phi delta theta The Phi Delt formal has just broken up Cby re- questj . Here is Denny Murray with a couple of his friends, near Fourth and Yesler. On account of Pat Jessup, the Phi Delts have to have all their parties at the Colman Dock-where there is a high ceiling. BOWLBS CO0 Plumbing, Steam and Mill Supplies lOl-3-5 Jackson St., Seattle El. 3504 llilllllllllllllllllillllllllll Illlllllll lllilllllllil Illllllllllllllllllllllil , H34 I Vvw'vw-rwHrvwfvwfv-rv-rv-rwHrv-rw-rvwfvwHrw-rvwFvw'rv-rw'rw-r1'rv-r1'v1Fvw'rv- llllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll XX 6'Tl1e name thai fimzdf sy ' ji? quality , it .39 00 X 'iv 'K Iss a I Cjeleplzone GArfield 4968 Carnation Farm Products Company HENRIKSON -ALSTROM CGNSTRUCTION COMPANY lWmM'M"'i GENERAL CONTRACTORS Builders ofAtI11etIc Pavilion and Physics Building 902 SECURITIES BUILDING rg SEAIILE,WAsH1NcToN lllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllillllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll .L44.L44.g44.L44.g44.g44.L44.L44.44.p44.44.g44.L44.44.g4.L44.g44.g44.L44 lllllllllll! IllllllllllllllllllllllllilllFllllllllllllllllllllilllllllllllllllllll I 4 4 Qressel-Collins fish Bas I Compang I -'ill Wholesale Dealers if:- . FISH, OYSTERS, CLAMS and CRABS Ili, I. l ln. Pier 12 Seattle, Washington I CFoot of Wan sm esult 1 f f Q 1 fam 'l' .ml-4, 211. . ' +- 1 ,. -5335-'yeas-' y-gf' . '3, ' , Sw' ' 4 A' igtfzbs N- Q-izf -he Q L f t . V' ' f"Z'wq5?!- 71... ',x. 5' lf. ' 1 ' "vs ' 4, ' IF A R W E S f i lf! ! 1-I 'f'lN'X745qf" " 4 ' e , . ".-L,-fgiqf. .1 ,f . . .w -I - i flfifi Lithograph Sc Prlntlng Co. y Q .A ' Wi" W tl k . . " I- Katy? At I F es a e and Republlcan f EL10t 6474- 'l' i s I -4-4 I ,," . sap, ff-:ag if:-." 5 LE' 44 P- ' --' " 117 ,r ' Q Q alpha slglna ph! Just a little pre-initiation test. The neophytes must each stay one round with Bill Broz, and ' then pin Walt Sahli to the mat in at least thirty . minutes. Each Alpha Sig daily repeats the frat- Co 'pllinents of the ernity motto-"If you Wear less than a sixteen . collar. you're not an Alpha Sig." Auxlltors of the Phone MAin 3812 Factory: 405 Jefferson St. 0 ' ' ' ' D W YER SL RHODES CO INCORPORATED Manufacturers of ELECTRIC LIGHTING FIXTURES Office and Salesroom I A I A I A I A 422 FOURTH AVENUE SEATTLE lllllllllIllllllllllIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIlllIllllllllIlllllllllllllI 14361 IIlllllllllllIllllllllllllllIllllllIIIllIlllliilllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII QQQOOQUGZMJ f AQQQQQQQQQQZJZXZ Punch for Special Attention Q I All Occasions Given to Banquets 5 X I af 5 EQEHHEEGQESQQEQEQEQESQHE 35 Q i f Q iaasateaag ia 2 3 ' Chamber of Commerce Building MAIN 5540 i Q S 3 , Q Y 1 . QE' ig Approved by Students 1 -a ' I ' I e: P ' all over the Nation X Ready Made and Cut to Order 2 V ? tl . .HQ 0 ' Q Q gig? g s4o - S45 - s5o 2 Q 'A i' Knickers 810.00 extra 3 , Y :lx but . - vi i E t MARTIN sr ECKMANN ff l m e . " 'f ,qf.Q2g2 - F 7: Tlx? 3' , x lug y r, 4, Yfsfffflj jg -'rv glligv Alf " f ". t -sity., ,w p H -,.' .lfliiblglin 4,312 John Katsaros- lambda chi alpha c y "Hoot" McDonald is getting the pledges all hep- ped up, and is telling them about Pat Wilson and Alfie James. "Hoot" modestly refers, of course Qnow and thenb, to the captain of this year's crew. the students' friend. Hoo Rtthher Compalay "A mfm who WFS Washington day in and day out." Makes QUALTIY SHOES for Basketball - Track - Tennis - Gym John Kafwfos Y r th t h UNIVcE1igi11g'i' BSBRSZFERE Popcorn, Peanuts, Candy, Hot Dogs Cigarettes, etc. X Ask Your Dealer for Hood Products Awaits you at the Pavilion QQHQQQQQQQQQQHHQQQQQQQQQKQQQQQQQQQQQQQQ! lllllIlllIllllllllllllllllilllllllllillllllllllllllllllllllllEllllllllllilllllllll M371 llllllllllllllIlllllllllllIIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll ,ei -' N ,1q,-, A JF' ,' Flg ln. ':,f um.. :ff -:-:- Gm , McLean Percy 44,215 :::- .,:1ff?"::Z2 Zizg- New ' ini , U , , ,nw Waslilngton Ili!" fl' Hotel PENNANT BRAND ODA FOUNTAIN FIXTURE MANUFACTURED IN SEATTLE Complete Line Bakers' and Confectioners' Supplies Tools, Equipment Crushed Fruits, Syrups, Beverages Student social affairs held at the New Washington are long remembered for correctness and excellent appointments. Unexcelled cuisine-facilities to satisfy every need. Affiliated with the PUGET SOUND HOTELS NEW WASHINGTON - - SEATTLE NEW GOVERNOR - - - OLYMPIA NEW LEOPOLD - - BELLINGHAM HOTEL HENRY - - BELLINGHAM "In the Heart of Everything" Q . we 4 - H-f:f2':gi:,::.- -i::'21xf'9s:-::1S1.j 4.f:'-A545-2'-Hg':aes-'fiifie yS':,'2A."mssi.,.wF'f'f "J, -- I 0 'ginseng--va--J1q.t oiviiiiszgil' -V, - sgfvxxgslf,-zfzhiei-'-9:ff-'stu-9' irwssflitxijili'I-Hsagbaxfaea-nit:Ein qeagg Asn.,-,N U, .. .,. ,,.esw..!-L ww . 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Portland L A - .--g,gpxfA2'G1i:i121igin.,. 1 METAkffxmrfe-Q:92211-wiqzgwfge os ngeles San Francisco C bl Add A.ww'f4si'efiw:'11-fxsfaf.-g,:.v,fgws-A1arwbw--ee -xziafwfeas-mares.te"-New-ivvx.3 a e tess Af1hv,azLf5t:hfa. .ef'fpwrwafv-1-fi'-aber'-nfl: ef A G B I Bid ' ' ' -21 Li- -.-',a--- -1 .139-N211 1- Q,L:..:-.s,. -::Lm.ffew-as.-1 '-es"-'-of WT1'f-:SN '3-fQs..i+:ff':i'5m '-1 . . art ett g. Rialto Building HCOAS-I-EELH V115-gy , .Qfi-tl1.:g:Lif.. Im: :vie i?,k,gg,jg:A2q'g,-L7 sjjgiub-f'.r1T:lJ3+9 :..q,--:-'1"f'-'- ' 4 Q T21C1flC Coast Steel Compang MANUFACTURERS OF OPEN HEARTH STEEL STRUCTURAL SHAPES. UNIVERSAL MILL PLATES MERCHANT AND REINFORCING BARS TRANSMISSION TOWERS, TIE PLATES, LIGHT RAILS chi ph: Frankie James is leading the boys in a few of the fraternity secrets. Bob Johnson would have been there for the picture, but he has forgotten how to get into chapter meetings. H381 IlllllilllllllllllllllllllllllllIlllllllllllllllllIIllllllllllllllllllllllll WHrv1Hrv1FYvwFYW'Yv1FYvwFv1Hrv1Hrv1FYwHVvW'Yv1FvWHrv1Prvw-rvwwvw-rvwwwrvqn llllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll The home of the U D7'Z.4ZJ6'i'C6Z7' STORA GE Celllfor emu' deliver service 565.6 i REPAIRING Qodg, Q Gas, Oil, Tires and Batteries 004.6212 W2 23,32 STHJEQENTS9 GARAGE99 MQ if QW se 5,600 E. s. DEIBLER The Friem! of The Sfudenfy Port of SEATTLE Qwns and Qpemtes C5710 Cginesrew 'Public Cgfarbor Cffefrminals fm on., the Tclcijic ,fv i L QQ TT T Detailed Information address-PORT OF SEATTLE - - BELL STREET TERMINAL, SEAT T ETERSON and DAVIS oi IO Gailors Distinctive Clothes for Young Men PHIL NORTON STEWART DAVIS A. F. JACOBSON Q LUMBER EXCHANGE BLDG. MAIN 4615 I UGET OUND EWS OMPANY Wholesale Dealers in BOOKS, PERIODICALS, STATIONERY, and SCHOOL SUPPLIES 1931 Second Ave. SEATTLE Z0 Years a Favorite AND GROWING IN POPULARITY EVERY DAY ANNING'S COFFEE Go where you will-in Seattle and all along the Pacific Coast-you will find the name Manning's indelibly associated with QUALITY COFFEE. Pound-48c, 45c, 40c, 35c MANNINGS COFFEE STORE 4545 UNIVERSITY WAY Bert Swezea Chas. T. Jenkins Pioneer fprinting Compaug EEE EEEEEOEE OE EQEHEEHG 5 MAIH 0435 908 FOURTH AVENUE SEATTLE 1 af K W , I, A 'U fi' uses,-f ,raw .ZEN-A, QA W A' 1? i- X. m4v.,.,1n....-..5- i ' ,ali .g - , 1:1 . AJ.. 'GEOS iii: T .T if 1: . .I Q I f in 457 9 ' We fl" 0 0. 1 W741 I N4 .I , I 1 5 theta delta chi Well, well, Well. It looks like Wendell I.,aBrache, the campus Cut-up. The Theta Delts are awfully proud of Windy, in fact he is so precious that Frankie Wilson locked him in the furnace room during rushing. 14401 -v-v-vvvvvvvvv-wr'-vw-vv v1'Yw'Yv1Fvvw'vw'rv1'rvwHrvw'vw'rv1Fv1-r1'rvv-rvW'rv- llllllllllllllllllllIllllllllllllllllllllllllllIllllllIlllllllllllllllllllllllllll OU get that personal service and fresh, fashionable mer- chandise that a smart college man appreciates at ARRY YANQS Next to the Egyptian Theatre Drop in Fellows f Seattle Boiler Works BOILERS ELEVATED TANKS REFUSE BURNERS STEEL TANKS l 128 W. 45th Street - - Phone SUnset 0555 W Compliments f San Juan Fishing 81 Packing Company the Largest Complete Fish-Packing Establishment in the United States SEATTLE WASHINGTON , semmaysmsrsavscsmysaeg Your Opportunity for t S . STEWART St HoLMEs e 1. V 1 C 9 DRUG COMPANY to yourself and to the community Health Exercises Special Educational Courses Social Life - Clubs, Friendships Dormitory - Restaurant Practical Christian Work Seattle Yo YMQ Co Ao FOURTH AVENUE and MADISON STREET Wholesale Druggists . Importers . Manufacturers OPTIMUS SODA FOUNTAINS and STORE FIXTURES Northwest Distributors Lowney's Chocolates Qeawsesweewwweeetw They Look Good - They Taste Good They Are Good' I WQQQWWQRQ9 Corner Occidental Avenue and King Street llllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll Nl 'v'v'v'v'v vw llllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll H. fljilkins 'Ompan CGLLEGE AND FRATERNITY 0 MEMORY BOOKS, LEATHER 0 AND DANCE PRGGRAMS 40? 4218 University Way Seattle The College Man9s Company Because ITS CONTRACT AND COST APPEAL TO - 4. -.L f- 2 A: 2, . .-N ::. 41: 55 I 1- -,:2"' IINTIEILILIIGIENQIE The NORTI-IWESTERN MUTUAL LIFE INS. CO. of Milwaukee, Wis. M. H. O. WILLIAMS, General Agent and Associates 675 COLMAN BUILDING SEATTLE 1 LOW - RATE 2 0 MORTGAGE 0 MONEY EOR DWELLINGS - - APARTMENTS BUSINESS PROPERTIES WHITE SL BGLLARD, Inc. "THE MORTGAGE FIRM" 600-604 LEARY BUILDING - - MAIN 0780 SEATTLE, WASHINGTON , -- I f Pg V,!.:e ls I I . , 1 r A I -ni-ffl' gg F I' in I I gg .x 'I 'MI v f I. ' ,. . 44" , M. I I' I 5 J Nr f 'M' B 5 "' I L If , II .f lin, 1 , I I Y 'L 54" I .1 E! -1 IT, Ur: . L -I-, in -A4 I , -E . '-E-:.-,, ,1-'1,.:.3F E' " . ' '- , '- ' 'EPP-nv. ' . r -- E:Ln-gg,-,gdr-. - phi gamma delta The Eiji's are doing lots of things besides build- ing annexes for the Theta's. Here we have the combination hot dog stand and service station, with which they expect to reduce the bill for the new house by at least fifty per cent. The Fiji's are mighty secretive, but the Whole campus knows that the last box of books they got leaked badly before the boys got it into the house. I ,II HER EWEETEST MEMOEEEE of lfVd5fZZ.7lgf071 WERE INSPIRED BY .... Eigfzfy Canis ,gf- zo . -:Syl 1' Q mn U, One-Fzfty A A ,ff --1-'1 I E..2gZ2EL...4' me PW' CNOCODATES MD ff- E 9- 1 E llllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll!lllllllllllllllllIllllIllllllllllNIllllll 14421 NORTH PACIFIC COLLEGE OFPOREGON School of Dentistry and Pharmacy , ,cg . PoP.TLAND, OREGCJN DENTISTRY: A four-year course of instruction is given to students g f ir. who bring not less than one year C30 semester hours-45 term 55 i g ! 'X-Q .555 fl hoursj of college credits which shall include not less than 6 semester M .- fi -Ki hours in English, 6 semester hours in chemistry Qgeneral and quali- fy! gi M QU ? H' tativej . 6 semester hours in biology and 6 semester hours in physics 5 3 " D ,- ,Px - .f " or mathematics. slii g ggm 6 lllv-IIMLLIE f.s. s ti l- PHARMACY: The courses in Pharmacy are three and four years, leading to the degrees of Pharmaceutical Chemist CPh. CJ and Bachelor of Science QB. S.j in Pharmacy. DENTAL ASSISTANTS AND ORAL HYGIENE: The course of training for Dental Assistants includes one session of eight months. The course for Dental Hygienists covers a period of two years. THE ANNUAL SESSION BEGINS SEPTEMBER 27th, 1929 For Catalog and full information address THE REGISTRAR E. 6th 6? Oregon Sts., Portland, Ore. When You Thinla of Travel or M0oz'ng . . I Think of amen mv. T ranskr z For years we have served the U. of W. students as well as the University residents. One reason for our popularity: "Hansen Service is Safe and Economical" Call MElrose 0929 421 l University Way CAST STONE FOR PHYSICS BUILDING AND ATHLETIC PAVILION F U R N I s H D D B Y ODYMDHAN TUNE DMDANY asnamaarm NSW. H SEaTTrE,WAsHrNGaoN M stmsm asm llllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllillllIlllllllllllilllllllllllllllllllllllillu I-1431 Yvw ' llllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll D, L, lDAyTEs,, UPTQ Da, SEATTLE OPTICAL Co., recommends that all University students wear glasses for study.wThe muscles of the eyes, when used constantly for close work, become cramped, leading to serious eye trouble. Properly fitted glasses, to Wear for study only, afford the only prevention of this condition. Phone MAin 4334 for appointment Second Floor, Seaboard Building Seattle Uptical Company Alaskan Copper Works ts MANUFACTURERS AND JOBBERS OP ,Q '23 COPPER, BRASS AND BRONZE QQ CLIWKQ CLJWKD CLJ0Vi3lCLJ0WQJ QJWMU PHONE ELLIOTT 1444 T I T E Ig MORRIS ROSEN 3600 E. Marginal Way V at V Proprietor SEATTLE, WASH. a f xg' n ,425 qbnfa A ELLEUTT BAY MILL COMPANY if O0 p ,, Oi BIG TIMBER - FIR PLYWOOD VAX l T ah "The Wood of ..... mf alpha tau 0111025 'Y' ..... Countless Uses" F' Alpha T211 Omega boys dv Ck Politic with lots of noise, qt 600 WEST SPOKANE STREET lg And save their breath up in between, CX! SEATTLE WASHINGTON kr-XD For a chance to blow off steam. Q fs WWC, lLllNDElE3zERG 2 o It WATCHMAKER and JEWELER , F1reworks Co. Diamonds. Watches, Jewelry Your WaICb Repaired As ls Should Be Done 5 Fofmefly wffb "Everything in Fireworks" ALBERT HANSEN 4327 UN' ERSITY WAY llilllllllllllllllllllllliill' '1lllllllllllIllllllllllllllllllllllllllill llllll 14441 Tiiwvv'bfdvlvvvivrvvf-vw?-??vv-vfvvrwvvrv-V lllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll Building Monuments To Progress Build with H , B e aut a- Pernianence- P I I f Q I I Sa . b Economy , V ll Terra Cotta Decorative Tile Clay Shingles tiitlillli HE puff of steam shovels, the rattle of con- crete mixers, the Whir of truck motors, the clanging of steel, the rap of carpenter's hammer, the click of brick 1ayer's trowel, the Whistling of busy men ..,.. all tell the World that men, mate- rial and machinery are busily engaged in building monuments to a non-stopping era of growth and progress in our great State of Washington ..... a progress in which ..... WA Co Clay Building Products Play An Important Part In a building program of ever-increasing magni- tude, Wa Co Brick, Tile and Terra' Cotta are play- ing no small part. Their matchless qualities of colorful beauty and time-defying durability have Won the preference of architect, contractor and builder on almost countless construction jobs among which the following University of Wash- ington buildings are among the outstanding: e University Library Gymnasium we -- .,'.-fr . . . . . Administration Building 4 Vw' I ' i , .. - . ? Anderson Hall Henry Art Gallery ' A I. gi If it s a building . . . 5 X f tbete's a Wa Co Product for it! I. V pl, V + VYASI-I I N Gros 55. ll A 1 . i A 5 s EWE R . Fl FE WM.:-, J..-. 1-i,, :g '7 . I F . Wm' Y 5 a 13:52 - V SPOKAN E, WASHINGTON :F . 6, 1 , V .Q .ty L , . . gg., . Portland and Seattle fee' 'ffl 'i" is - 'a'glf5l"f' Ei'-? 'fi ff if Q 545' :Qi PLE? Q r tr iff, ,K ,wi 4Jw,,.,..ar HA I.: a4,,u-M 1 51, -3 I I Q- . 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CosTUMEs, WIGS and Tlcnrs SEATTLE, WASH. X rs NE'-up 'ZF ' , ,. . , -- -V -b - . is ,, , P , . . at , w 1 T . . A . , 5 ' "L '."."':-Ei.:.' -994 '." - .. "', "iE'k5f'l1'E::'---U-fi:l .- :Q "'f'Z'f--If" " 1 'g- ,- ' L. .J..:"i::?zir22?6EEh "vanish-:H-:r 4:1- 7'F"i":l ' " A y: qw-seymfnfai M:-'HHH -f.."f,,.f:.v-eg:-'L. - .1 4:5F:a1nfs ,."S++q::-:er-p-3. "E-:S:rMik?E3fqa 1 Q! L1 45 -'T"?--SSE? ' 'tg E sa . faire . - " i'R5.ag,1f-',' fl Q1 'E+' 'Hi - ,-J-as-:fiP!!?1'r1f' ' :Lit '25---H' ."'a ff:-.-:-L g:::.ms:,1f-,121 - 4-J . . .. , 0 .. ::.. . 1 e.. - U l galnnla phi beta If you want a place in the sun, you have to be a Gamma Phi. See how many of our girls wear fraternity hardware, and then put on this little pledge ribbon. It's the big brick house with the aristocratic air. The only requirement is a fur coat, or a Chrysler roadster. E Compliments Northwest Lead Company Manufacturers of UBUNKER HILL BRAND" LEAD PRODUCTS and HSTEELEADU SKYLIGHTS wo'mdMANU1-'ACTURING SEATTLE 1744 FOURTH AVE. SO. SEATTLE, WASH. gui!llllllllllIlllllllllllllilllllllllillllllllllll lllIlllllllIlllBllllllll llll I4461 lIllllllllllIIllllllIlIlllllllllllllIllllllllllllllllllIllllIlllllllllllllllllllI- .. 5 A Q I 22 i H! buf , I fll " I g llglx lg b Q :Ni-.ES K, :1.,l- tfilllj . :z : s. , Wfll ml .lktim f fr- 2 Z' 41" W 9 'lg f 6,4 2' A "' 1'-1fJ '.fFk3A'Ef' ni: :: 'P- F5 : : "F 'Q Q-i 9 92 6 5 1' O C 6 IS Q I Z Summer School , since 1ss3 gg I 929 Sesszon Jul 18toAu ust28 . . . 2 y g Q One of Seattle's znstztutzons DRAMA - DANCE - MUSIC I , Q DRAMA-Direction, ELLEN VAN VOLKENBURG 3 known fof 'ts Fme Foods Theatre Technique: lmprovising: Acting: Producing and and Reliable Set-Uice Staging of Plays: Stage Mechanics: Stage Management: gige Isighting: Make-up: Puppet Making and Producing: OHEIICS. DALCROZE EURYTHMICS 5 2 Direction, LOUISE SOELBERG DANCE. Ballet and Character--Direction, CAIRD LESLIE l Private Lessons in Music under Regular Faculty X I Write for Catalog ' S CORNISH SCHOOL CDept. 29, 710 East Roy Sr. 2 -1 SEATTLE X g FIVE SERVICE STORES NU To the The Puget Sound Power and Light Company effici- ently serves more than 500 cities, towns and com- Class of '29 We are glad to have played a vital part in the life of the college generation ending 1929. We are pleased to have served you in lighting and venti- lating your classrooms, halls and gymnasiums and in floodlighting the mammoth Stadium. munities through- out Western and Central Washing- FO77. We wish you success in the future in propor- tion to the amount of true service you render. For, after all Cwe find it true in our own Workj, de- pendable service leads the field of values. Gr T S Power Li ht Company S 54411 The Non-Skid Durable Pavement The AMIESITE walks on the Campus and the Stadium and Athletic Pavilion paving prove its durability, resiliency Strom SL Clsen CO. HARDWOOD FLOORS Correctly Laid Q.J'0WQQ.J00'k9 900 ROY ST. Bf WESTLAKE AVENUE OAPIIOI 5442 and attractiveness. , For heavy traffic streets and highways C AMIESITE non-skid wearing surfaces 'PSI have proven their merits through 20 years of satisfactory service. W ashington Amiesite Company LLOYD BUILDING SEATTLE E 'UU E ' U17 lm IN 'X Do You Know Tia, O ii H,llf"lF'C3lill liilgllllllfllll CCT CO0 Of Chl psl 2105 WESTLAKE AVENUE Much to good to rent a flat, , , These lads wear a tall hi h hat. Has supplied the lumber used in 50fZy of N g , , , , A I , o apartment-no garage- the Fraternities and Sororities built with- . . 1 , , Chi Psi has to have a lodge. In the past five years? g .,.. ,- iii ., .L " -. x . HEN walking down "U" Way SZ- ..... I ii if 2 lt's fine to hear you say: 'fb if ji g Uwe Wm some ORANGEADEX' A ...,,,.',, V I f Q ,, A I i I And you might find if handy ' T ' T0 fake Nong Some Candy: l,',al. 1 I All we have is dandy If ,L And much of WS HOMEMADE O. IEUII FRESH FRUIT 0 I' " S and VEQETABLES , University range Mill Let me supply your Fraternzty or Sorority ' Box lOl - University Station SEATTLE 4338 UNIVERSITY WAY C' A' CLARKE H48 "FAMOUS ENUMCLAW MILKH CJ he original "Tuberculin Tested" as well as pasteurized milk. Produced in one of the best dairying districts in the state, and used exclusively by "The Commons." -K O 0 sf PR UCTSQX gpixvv C f""K 'Kira-R x 'ff , X' xvi-1ol.LsALc5 I si . AND RETAIL - :TT ENUNCLI5-NV NTLK M' CREAP41 MAIN 5096 96 STEWART ST. SEATTLE CONTINENTAL HOTEL Seattle's newest and most modern hotel, located in the centre of the shopping and theatrical district. QQEQQA FOURTH and SENECA ELLIOTT Rates 82.50 and Up 1 1 ' ' rw -..,"E' 3,3-A-1 .. -' '.:: - f'.. f i I, 'v cam 'S J.. er 'I -Z Q- K - E , gl I 4f2l 4 , gy T- 19:13. .far ,T ,ww 9 V if 1 1 5' f 2 f ,f3,!, , . 'iz 1" germ' , grggyd' f QM - 7 V? 1 5 T - 1- - M fre' ,fr T H 53' gg,,-MTL I ,. , . li ' 3? 5 . A 4 152 T : 5 , -. 1- mff 1, ,, f ,zz 5. X :.:,,,-., ,QS 'Q . E ,-.bl i p - .. .. sizrivt T .. ., Q 3, T. - . , M,-f,1g A gg an 5' f 4 1 2,9 W X X 9 .tv .-N ,M -fi i ' J FS ' 92 arf , 9' M . 53 f' A S 25 if Y fi 1 my ff' ' , ft, if gi? 719211 .QE Mg, gl, 14" ' H gage' W r 2 ff ,CU ya if 2 f ggi? Ze , iw is 5 U Z V 7 f- 'S 9 'FQ 5 L xg T s,, , 8 am 4 I fy a - 4" X- ,ny " via: 4 gz- ' rrvzilwfv , 2. 4-. 4 A - . c NePage, lVlcKenny Company ELECTRICAL ENGINEERS Contractors and Manufacturers SAN FRANCISCO OAKLAND PORTLAND SEATTLE MAin 1551 804 6th Ave. Programs .fs that will put the party over! Unusual or conventional 4 4 Patrician or plebian 4 4 Formal or informal 4 4 Styled for Joe College or the Prof's pet Phi Bet! Whatever it is you want printed, lunlhernlelvs printing will make it distinctive! QQ umb mens lyrintin ompamf 5AnsrAc-nO" Lfeilltle ... lWlAin 3106 54491 v'v-v'v-v-v'v'v'v'v-v'vvv'v' lllllllllllllulllllllllllllllllllullllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll Sttilkes Ice ream THE BEST YET Sold by 0 Peterson Drug Co. Saunders Drug Co. Jack'n Jill 4548 U. Way 5501 U. Way 4306 U. Way S E AT T L E SIUE-SCS Creamery C0nlpanV The Store for Quality and Real Serfvice lVIAiI'1 -8904 University Way at 47th MElrOse 9150 LL printing plates used in this edition of THE TYEE were etched with acids and other chemicals manufactured locally by the X Cascade Chemical ee. L Compaug Industrial Chemicals and Acids M5 SEATTLE, WASHINGTON XD , 3217 17TH NORTHWEST ELLIOTT 3535 The K C METAL it used in the printing of the I Q I ' 1 TYIEIE is manufactured by FEDERATED METALS CORPORATION Great Western Smelting-Refining Branch SEATTLE sigma phi epsilon These boys exercise their pep Teaching us to say "Sig Ep," But the birdies in the trees Still insist on chirping "Spees.' For Fountain Specialties that are just a little better- GO TO G R A H A M ' S PORTY-SECOND and UNIVERSITY WAY TI-IE COAST CARTON COMPANY Designers and Manufacturers of FOLDING PAPER BOXES DISPLAY CARTONS and ADVERTISING CUT-OUTS An Attractive Box Sells the Commodity STONE WAY MELROSE 54501 llllllllllllllIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll fi QIOW Wwmamseatde ' qfere college men U7I61,'ZU07lIl'7Z jqlld the cordzkzl .rpz'1'z'f of h0.rpz'lfzlz'!y, the Il7l0AJ'f7"ZlJ'Z"U6 exfellefzce of .re1"Uz're and the 6'07Zg67Z7.6Zf 6'07lIf9II7ZZ.07ZJhZf of fffllofw guesfs 'zvith fimiffzr tfzfmf. Goou, HOT, CLEAN SAVES WORK AND PRODUCES HARMONY IN THE HOME. WE HANDLE THE BEST GRADES OF UTAH, WYOMING, BRITISH COLUMBIA AND WASHINGTON COALS. EDGE ATER F EL CO. MELROSE 0662 - - Your Community Yard - - 3420 STONE WAY lllllllllllllll!lllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIIlllllllllllllllllllllllllll I I IIIIII COAL A D SERVICE E BELIEVE the reason we have sold more coal during last season than ever before is that a customer well served builds our business. FOR TWENTY-SIX YEARS we have never failed to keep our patrons supplied with COAL and WOOD, regardless of SNOW or RAIN, STORM or STRIKE. OUR SINCERE wish is to supply you with a grade and quality of coal which meets your requirements. That is why we carry the following representative grades: Nanaimo Wellington, New Black Diamond, Indian Lump Nut, Pacific Coast Nut, Newcastle, Diamond Briquets, Carbonado, King tUtah and Ladysmith Well- ington Coals. RETAIL - WHOLESALE "Cord fA- iri, Load Wood" ":"":"-'mt'T-attract . QM iiljiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiif: A'AxEiZ.lfZfEiQEZI'15f,'wC 'IILQQKQOIIIIIICQ Fir, Aide, Plarzer Ends, Edgers Kindling 15 5 7 Northlake Avenue MELROSE 6700 ELLIOTT 6704 DRESSLAR H RDWARE CO. Hardware - Mechanics' Tools House Furnishings - Paints - Oils - Glass Cutlery - Sporting Goods - Fishing Tackle - Etc. kappa delta Aiffts SHERWIN WILLIAMS PAINTS Little Kappa Delta tease, 0 Mind me or I'll balk. Telephone MElrose 2060 If I Call you baby' Please' Don't whisper baby-talk! 4341 UNIVERSITY WAY SEATTLE I IIIIIII I l I I IIIIIIIIII II II IIIIII I I IIII IIIIII II III IIIIII I IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII III II II 54521 lllllllllll lIlllllllllllIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll Ornamental Iron, Wire, Brass and Bronze Work Phone BEacon O05 6 Novelty Ornamental Iron and Wire Works, llnef, FRANK J. SEIDELHUBER Office and Works 1421 DEARBORN STREET S E A T T L E R. C. Mounsey St Co. CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANTS 707 SECURITIES BLDG. MAIN 1110 441, A 4 Q, SQEIEE1 , Ii A W i I - , mfI 'v Ix T E 5 i mul!!! -II"l'! Q-EE psi upsilon Lives of great men all remind us That although We get the breaks, We can always have behind us Memories of Psi U steaks! 'Ejefv Joseph Mayer Company ATHLETIC T ROPHIES - BRONZE TABLETS PLAQUES, BUTTONS and BADGES Sl Marion Street Seattle, Washington RAISE the Power of Your Advertising and Print- ing with Electrotypes that Excel. Enlist them in your service 'S I I fllvlcg wnandipflb Pacific Electrotypes are at all times mighty reinforce- ments to the armies of General Printing, enabling him to multiply his lines of attack, economically, powerfully. PACIFIC ELECTRGTYPE COMPANY Incorporated ELliott 4335 202 Maritime Bldg. MAIH 8187 SEATTLE Pacino Creosoting Co. CREOSOTED DOUGLAS FIR IN ALL COMMERCIAL FORMS CXGQA Office: Northern Life Building, Seattle, Washington Plant: Eagle Harbor, Washington Q JOHN GRAHAM, A. I. A. ARCHITECT and ENGINEER Dexter Horton Building Seattle, Washington e 14531 fPaci c marine Supplg Company DISTRIBUTORS JOHNSON SEA HORSES EW and Rebuilt Woodworking, Iron Working, Sheet Metal Tools and Machinery. Exclusive Agents for Crescent Universal Woodworkers, also Motor- Driven Woodworking Machines, Small Bench Motor-Driven Machines for Home Use. We Specialize in W- Manual Training Equipment WEST COAST ACHINERY ww I i,, f1-i1e-i2"'1 ,1 I A X " 'o"' ,,, A i ,V ery TNC T I COMPANY, 1NC. I' T . . 1213-1223 Western Avenue MAin 1573 1006 First Avenue South ELl1ott 5001 lg Ulf your Signs I I I I I qi . 'n sEE?j:!':::::::::E:iE? in the University District o in iw?-:Iv We 0 C 0 'a Since 1908 -f,-D jg .::: Q . ' mea fffk Mn.?:::::r:s4?:: 25 5 ' 'Bb 1 If 1 - " fgfsssifift f Q . :SHN 1 ,,., - ,Q ' In -u-.I X v, 5 ng --I I ei' ZZQQW, f Q, ' 151355: I' Z ' I yy ' f ' K uliiiil gl W 9 Essaaasiezitig - - iiiiiggaaf ' ' Lrdri tr-I I E 1 'iss I ' , A . 0 N 1:51 " 1 r. M D--5 - .. -P XQ A-I -- gmm -J E TE- Woolley Sr Co., Inc. Importers High Grade Manila Cigars U. S. Agents GERMINAL CIGAR FACTORY, MANILA, Fine Selection Imported London-made Briar Pipes officer bloom Forget signs on the campus, Defy them when in doubt, But Papa Bloom will get you If you don't watch out! 1113 THIRD AVENUE SEATTLE ' ' MI-Xin 6395 320 SPRING ST. Rautman Plumbing 81 Heating Com an P Y 9 Q CONTRACTORS al' S lm QTY HEATING AND VENTILATING ENGINEERS Book Binding Paper Ruling HIGH GRADE PLUMBING D 1 G ld S I AUTOMATIC SPRINKLER INSTALLATIONS Loose Leaf ewces O ramping CMJDC-Lf: Phone MAin 8088 109 Jackson Street SEATTLE J. C. WARD . SEATTLE E45-41 ,xxxxxxxxxxmxxsxnxxxnxxxxsuxxxxxxxpxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxnxxmxxxxxxxxxxxxnxxxxxxxv, 4 1 4 4 1 : 1 4 4 1 4 4 4 1 ' 1 4 4 4 Y ' 4 5 4 4 - 4 4 w? 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FOIQKNER Llniversitg 'Funeral Tarlors LAW AND BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION STUDENTS You are cordially invited to visit and inspect our Home One of the finest and most complete on the Pacihc Coast. 073 1 Q wT3hone MElrose 0202 Fourth Q MAin Avenue E s C 8070 4208-I4 University Way Seattle, Washington I 2 O. Standard Weights Special Sizes Grades and Sizes Made to Order ELiot 2002 GRIFFIN ENVELOPE COMPANY D" we no 'L Nfanufaclurers of X 4' ..,-19 I-IICII-I GIIADI3 I:NvII3I,oI1I2s 8506 University Street at First Avenue SEATTLE Quality Electric s I2 R VI C E " Rmmlo SIa'I's NAIIONAI. ' , CDL and lEQlIIIfIvIIfN'II MAZDA LAMPS il-'QD - WIRING RIIPAIIIING Il HUGH A. WILSON IELIECTRIC STORE Eslablislicrl Since l909 4 I l 3 UNlVliRSl'l'Y WAY NlEl.ll0Sli 0975 W W axllgx clayton nixon Andy Protheroe stands high In the college maiden's eye. Washington need have no fear, We have Clayton Nixon here. Royal, Chjieiaook Cross CIQIIIQ Siernomlss Fjiilcs .fu fx-fx, SIMONDS SAW AND STEEL COMPANY SC1lll'lC - Ij0I'l'lRl1cl - San Francisco Los Angeles - Vancouver, B. C. Phone MElrose 1522 1314 East 45th St. Hs St, ILARSON THE TAII,oR Makes I-IIGI-I GRADE SUITS FOR CoLI,I3GIANs Cleaning - - Pressing - - Repairing may 77Z77377377TYTTTTQ77W7TW77W77Q7TQ7TQ77Q7TQYTF77PYT7747TQYTFYTFYTFTTWTTWVTWYTFTTVY Illlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll '73 vvv r- -42 YN?-XUTY 677676777766 or the tlqircl consecutive year T116 Tyeej is Casecl in an S. K. Smith Cover -a cover that is guaranteecl to he satisfactory and is createcl and SMITHCRAFTED by an organization of craftsmen specializing in the creation ancl production of good covers. 3 3 C laatever your cover requirements may Le, this organization can satisfy them. Sencl for' information, ancl Prices to The S. K. 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POCOCK BUILDER OF RACING SHELLS AND PRACTICE BOATS ESTABLISHED ON PACIFIC COAST IN 1911 wfzfer io zzslzm fm Since IQI E. C. MILLER, Pres. and Gen'l Mgr. G E ANDERSON Sec, -7-teas R. M. INGRAM, Sales Manager B. B. AVERILL, Vice-President ' ' ' y ' A. W. MIDDLETON, Director E. C. MIIIEI' CECIBI' I.llII DEI' COII DEIIW Manufacturers of RED CEDAR BOAT LUMBER, BEVEL and BUNGALOW SIDING FINISH, MOULDINGS and SHINGLES ABERDEEN, WASHINGTON W Illlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll llllllll M581 HOMECOMING! CLEAN-UP DAY A NEW HOUSE g In each instance, the call to MElrose 0125 for lumber-be it shingle or the -i l entire order of lumber for the "fraternity beautiful" has resulted in mutual SATISFACTION- EOR THE "U" STUDENTS AND EoR RAN N IN G LUMBER COMPANY "In the District since 1902" ME1rose 0125 3903 UNIVERSITY WAY A A - A A f R E D lf:un.YuM5"DFFn:Ej M 05291132119 .1 1 6' BEAQS' ll 1 1- Al.pUI'1Nl.! nc' 1 o ig terest. Why not call on a 1 I l . graduate Whose busi- Surgical Instruments ness is the prepam, I , tion of "live wire" Hospital Supplies direct mail? x 1 A Call Jim Read's gases 1 Central Mall E224 :ax :" : me tl Advertlslng Inc' fix ggi 3. 4 P152 1 1 Lobby 6 'L , , f v Y A f Z Af Y 4,4 'Q Central Bldgu Seattle EL. 53 10 columns 1417 FOURTH AVE. , , , 965i QE Editing a magazine ' ' Heilman thinks is pretty keen, Which is really some "fox pass," yj Seattle ' Wash- Since the walls are made of glass. THE AND FISHERMANJS PACKING CORPORATION EVERETT, WASHINGTON Canneries at: All grades Puget Sound and Alaska Salmon Everett' Washington "Ocean Spray" and "Snow Cap" Clams Bering S931 Alaska ll H 11 - ,, Southeastern Alaska Snow Land and Olympic Salmon Nootka British Columbia "Northland" and "Waterfall" Salmon Maggec, British Columbia llllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIIIIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll I-1591 House Managers: can Wolfe 6? Co., limo. E75DKXQKXDMXGKMQKXQKMQKMGKMQKMDKMDKMQGXS E Established since 1872 E for E Manufacturers of WASHINGTON Brand 2 Furniture Repair Furniture Upholstery E MACARQNI SPAGHETT1 2 Rug and Carpet Cleaning Upholstery Cleaning Q VERMICELLI SALAD SESHELS Q 0 0 or Q ALPHABETS EGG NOODLES ETC. Q 0 Mattress Making 3 Made of High Grade Durum Wheat Semolina FQ GMRS QWWD A seanze Industry 2 417 1 2 D:9z92929:9T029S9:0Z9:0292920:9Q9:920:9:0:920Q Si E A T efe Malls Maid Bread at 'i made by 'rs ful? Golden Rule Bakery f p M s Q,fejB 96X9 ' X 4' W all N 'I' .. Q 'dl f 4450 FREMONT MELROSE 0711 'X U X l l f ' H 1 T 'A F A , WALTON LUMBER COMPANY A. 5 S T 'L Wx- , alfll' ' A WALTON VENEER CoMPANY y , 44444444 'X NL ' X WWWWWWWW Y 'A - - '-" DOUGLAS FIR LUMBER and PLYWOOD 444444 VVVWVTTV Everett, Washington oval club This is little Johnny Stub Who did not make Oval Club. When the mighty bids were mailed, Seven others also failed. THE SEATTLE 9' Bang ilnurnal nf Qlnmmerre is the only newspaper publishing a daily report of all court pro- ceedings and all records filed in the Auditor's Office of King County. lt is the largest and most complete commercial newspaper west of Chicago. Affiliated with: The Daily Commercial News, Toronto, Ont. The British Columbia Journal of Commerce, Vancouver B. C. The Daily Journal of Commerce, Portland, Ore. The Daily Journal of Commerce, Los Angeles, Calif. C eip all the gobf news by Q5lLLSC1'iLi11g NOWto . . . NO KTHWEST Sf COUNTRY CLUB O TOMMY ARMOUR, WALTER HAGEN BILL MEHLHORN, HORTON SMITH . 1 , - ' 1 1- 'll I The Daily Journal of Commerce, New Orleans, La. ZgigtgilgfiigliijlwmzwaffoHfStg5LT516lPeiOYlZi.kp O. J. David and M. F. Brown, Publishers 805 Leary Building Seatt1e,Wa5hingf0n 33 C01-UMBIASTREET SEATTLE 4444444444444444444A lllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIIIIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll 14603 E A. F. Ghiglione 86 Sons, Inc. Parisian Chocolate Co when Yome 0 hopping l.,. O 9 O Makers of 0 W1'i'z'W.rr6g7W' . i is pwkiilrl jf 1. ie. i..n,-iv' ,, A te... Charmed Land Candies A . ' 427 rn the downtown ,Li ' -nf ' 'L 175 . . . -, if 'he buszness dzstrzct, ' Kg, ., ' 1 -' 1 LU A Confectzon for Every Taste 43QM4,,,,, .f ,A .1 you 'll Serve not wk. i. wi' only your Own ,,,i"LQ3g1ll A -f Q -, ,,3. . :il15p,f3,g,-fff L 1- , convenience and '2L'5',.f,. ,f 'U , . 5, f H' gm. g materzal advantage X A gf H but the interests of 'N F25-ex 'M' .1 ll. .'4, -E ,Z , -3 your alma mater, 'Lx--phi is +- 43" - - -xxx f X D 4 by patronzzzng the llfblplfk-lf lj t- sm a r t specialty Z 5515 mb -N' Mil S170 3 of ' fiiwlf P X . , f fl in -fp y gg M etropo lr tcm , i ee I, 1 - ml Center itll 'f'Wlig1' .Eff I E I sg? ' ' I. 1 v f AX OUR trade among Metropol- itan Center shops Will help to build up the commercial impor- tance of a district from which the delta chi If a body meet a body Coming through the rye, lf a body kiss a body, Us 3 Delta Chi! educational institution. University of Washington is now receiving substantial income, and which will one day revert to com- plete ownership by the State's chief v V ..-..- l- v Home Office: Seattle, Washington Branches: Tacoma, Portland, Vancouver, Yokohama, Kobe E T R 0 P O L S N Mr. FURUYA CO0 Ji- lljfi ImPorters and Exporters of I G QV C 0 M P A N Y JAPANESE AND AMERICAN MERCHANDISE QU' and PRODUCTS COMPLETE LINE OF SILKS AND CHINA Fourth and Fifth Avenues 2l6-220 Second Avenue South I SEATTLE, WASHINGTON Unzon to Seneca Streets P, o. Box 3344 Phone Etlioff 0833 SEATTLE 141.11 AWN NGS that are distinctive, REASONABLE and of Bright and Gay Colors . OUR FACTORY The Up-to-Date Tent and Awning Company of the West We Rent Canopies, Umbrellas, Tents and Camping Outfits Camp Lewis Tent Y5 Awning Co. Manufacturers of Tents. Awnings and Canvas Goods MERGED J. Webb Kitchen '55 Co. 2117 SECOND AVE. MAE-1 0860 SEATTLE. WASH. ELiot 3411 H Qomplimemiv : fDmimnvllv1t Eluflivllman dz lDl1iiv A Underwriters of the Men's Gym- nasium-Athletic Pavilion bonds. Sponsors of the United Group of Corporations. a group of eleven affiliated corporations, having Combined Capital, Surplus, Re- serves and Undivided Profits LFebruary 15th. 19295 of over Sl4,000,000. Automatic Heating and Cooling Preferred-Hart Oil Burners. Ray Oil Burners and Frigidaire Electric Re- frigeration for every need, domestic or commercial. OIL The largest organization of heating engineers in the Pacific Northwest. POWER PLANT ENGINEERING COMPANY llll HA" Street Fifth Ave. at Virginia Stark St. at 12th .- 1 Q stef cf f 2 'ref as 154 Q ' ips- 9 5 , g ,L n 5 ' ff, 5 44 Z 5 5- f 4, T X5x5 A I 24 131503 fa Q, .12 Q - 4 , - CARTER. TACOMA SEATTLE PORTLAND fig? 7' ' ERTDES 2 A . X A are delighted with Weddizzg Ifwifarioflx Y - V ' and Anzoznf ei t ad ' 1 ' I1 1 lem :fm eznonsop I ' 1 1-1! , ALL THE GIRLS I . ' are pleased with our popular-priced ' Ir i l, r I' 1 XX il l' , il F32 lu 0 I i?s 'ii i J: ',!l 1 1 I , E, if If if l Ill . ,I V' 1 correspondence papers and monograms, 1 el I ' l CCLTNT W. LEE co. I ' l6lZ FOURTH AVE. ENGRAVERS near PINE ST. PRINTERS L...-WELL -DONE. 1--4 tau kappa epsilon The mighty Teke Is seldom weak, If given but a chance to speak. If things look bleak, And you would seek Election jobs-behold the Teke! lllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll ' 'fi 'Q -sa. A ' A - . - Q4 X El PX -2 -- 4 3 .glf N r Th Sh N Id Xiyx l XY! e op o ew eas INSURE THE DESIRED EFFECT X by careful attention to details in a . Course leisurely, pleasant atmosphere. X Her Cofsage Came Models to satisfy the most con- From the servative or extreme taste. 8 ullzgr lnmerflnnh Q V 4Sg:1N.vfR31mv l9IlIf.I.l.'rf-1fIf.lflIilflQ "Specialists in Student Taste" Upstalrs at 1 9 U. Way -' 4510 UNIVERSITY WAY MELROSE ROBINSO Manufacturing Co. MANUFACTURERS and WHOLESALERS OF FIR LUMBER DOORS, SASH, MOULDINGS COLUMNS and VENEERED PANELS EVERET T - - WASHINGTON lf463j lllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll llllllllllllll fl. 00 ' XX f -fi ' . af 7 ' ' Sol 6373559 - T , - v'fi,-..,LJI'.'fQ,' L I T 5 X I, i . 4- ,- . X ,. .,., , ,.,. L QA- ,, ..A, ,, . ,C - T H E: ' fgxn e ,, , I x,,. GRAY TOP CAB Cabs stationed in the District assure you Prompt Service Wherever you travel along the Pacific Coast you will always see I X SVR , f C - r far' L - TM .m A FOOD -vital as sunshine mmm The sign of "The Better Ice Cream" Q-:-:-rc-5:-:czrszswrsxf-zorcqemfw-,-5T.s,g 1'1 "" ...I . 2 e'e1 2 ' De S0f0 SIX Product of Chrysler A REAL SIX FoR 31,000 TROUSDALE MGTGR C0- HA Collegiate Ca, Sold By A Jack Trousdale College Man" E alpha phi One house there is that has to see The men from each fraternity, And so they built across from three. More power to you-Alpha Phi. Grand Union Laundry Company Family Work Solicited Satisfaction Guaranteed Phone BEacon 0692 1251 MAIN ST. SEATTLE, WASHINGTON 14641 " 66 O 99 Hd oiritizaiirira it fp 4 i'One of the most distinctive Cafes on the Pacific Coast" Q 6 "A bit of Italy itself, with all its lovable quaintness and charm" 6 Ce . . "It's so unusual! We're proud to bring our friends to such a place" . ' In keeping with University District and University of Washington Ideals" ' In such complementary expressions we find ourselves generously repaid ' for the weeks of planning and the investment necessary to achieve something new through something quaintly old. 4 Q Wilsomiam iiiriiiunig ooirini 9 University District HELEN SWOPE 0 SEATTLE QLQLQLALLA ALLLLLLLQL. VVVVTVVVT 'V' TTTVTTTTVT 'lflilllfl MARBLE 'ITIERRAZZA Robinson Tile SL Marble Co. 600 EIGHTH AVE. N. CApito15100 Affiliated Companies McKenzie Tile Co. 106 South Tenth Street, Tacoma, Wash. Phone Broadway 1710 Spokane Tile and Marble Co. S. 217 Washington Street, Spokane, Wash. Phone Main 1806 ALLQLLLLLLLAAQALQLLL. VTVTTVVTTTTTVVVVVVTW The Superior Way .... THE VALETERIA WAY Have your clothes pressed on our special factory equipment Six Machines Used to Press Every Suit Have it Done Right - The Valeteria Way Our service covers the University District Daily Just phone MAin 4233 VALETERIA CLEANERS AND DYERS LUGAN K BRYAN BRUKERS Members California Offices New York Stock Exch g San Francisco, Los A gl Chicago Boards of Trade, Pasadena, S nla B 1 nd other leading Exchanges. Hollywood, Long Beacl S P ale wires lo 'mporlanl Diego. cities in United States and Head Offices Canada. 42 Broadway, New York DEXTER HORTON BUILDING - MAIN 3395 Stocks - Bonds - Grain - Provisions Cotton - Sugar - Etc. M651 John Aa Whalley 6? Cor, INSURANCE GENERAL AGENTS 206-I0 Colman Building MAin 8745 SEATTLE, WASHINGTON New Hampshire Fire Insurance Co. Granite State Fire Insurance Co. v County Fire Insurance Co. Maryland Casualty Co. Fidelity and Deposit Co., of Baltimore l. st-.. -I-4 The Scientinc Supplies Company GCCIDENTAL AVENUE, SEATTLE GRE THAN Phone EL. 1134 I U S T A is 3 PRINT SHQP Northwestern Firm established to supply Northwestern Schools, Hospitals Industrial Concerns with highest quality LABORATORY SUPPLIES AND CHEMICALS Catalog sent upon request. Warrack Construction Company ENGINEERS and CQNTRACTQRS WESTERN PRINTING Co. SEATTLE 2100 Fifth Avenue G Q SEATTLE Contractors Phi Gamma Delta House 'IllIIIIIIIIIIlllllllIllIlllllllIllIIlIll-lllllllIllIllllllllIlllllllIllllllllllll 54561 ENT M M CAR aww ,st ff' ll Rugs made of your CHRYSLERS - FORDS - DODGES 9,111 Oh, Mileage Basis - No Hour Charge ff ff "-lol. MA, 5257 Q 'K Rugs Cleaned BAKER U'DRIVE CQ' The Fuzzy Wuzzy Rug Co. Across from New Orpheum 2512 FAIRVIEW NORTH 1913 Fifth Avenue Seattle CApim1 1233 i E f delta gamma Here is a View of some Delta C1a1nma's coming home from one of their famed parties. The girls here are what is left of the quartet at the end of such an evening. The gentleman on the back step is merely someone who picked them up. 5226 4+ Specializing in Equipment FOR the Golfer, tlie Tennis Player, the Athlete, McGREGOR AND VULCAN CLUBS KENT RACKETS BILL DOAK GLOVES STALL AND DEAN CLOTHING RIDDELL FOOTBALL AND TRACK SHOES RACKET RESTRINGINC1 NO DELAYS "PIONEER" plants can produce 2,000,000 I sand and clean gravel a year. yards of carefully graded sharp Equipped for quick deliveries anywhere in Western Washington. Six Seattle Bankers 901 HARRISON ST. MAIN 2900 . PIONEER SAND 8, GRAVEL CC. 1, yi Hanover Plaster. Lime. Hydrated Lime, Metal Lath. In Corner Bead. Tru-Mix Concrete llllllllllllllllllllllIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll L-1671 vvvvw A. S. U. W. Canoe House GEORGE LEIS, M gr. Lowest Rates on the Lake 50c 2 hours 25c every additional hour 82.00 per day Storage 81.00 per month Agents for Willits Canoes gefefejadwfjaejafg The Finest Food for the Lowest Possible Price Dfe Gollege lun., 40TH and "U" WAY Small Banquets a Specialty Hejgfajeefwfeefeefeg Sherman, Qilay Sc CO. T Everything Fine in Music Steinway, and other Fine Pianos Duo-Art Reproducing Pianos Player Pianos, Scarves and Accessories l Orthophonic Victrolas and Records T Brunswick Panatropes Viva-tonal Columbias Victrola Radio Combinations Band and Orchestra Instruments i Bosch, Kolster, Radiola, Atwater-Kent Raidtrope and Brunswick Radios Sheet Music and Music Books Eastman, De Vry, Bell Y5 Howell Kodaks Projectors and Films Pianos Rented, Moved, Stored and Repaired SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN MAIL ORDERS Sherman, Qlay 81 CO. Opp. New Bon Marche 1624-1626 4TH AVE. SEATTLE i nf P. .:.. 1 ' V if 1 ' ' -' ' 4. r -r Ia R 5,-ij -L R I I vu f iv' -W jugs' if ' s f . L, 2' 'Q 51,.,, , ,. -,fi .P P S hui,-H r- ' I ea- Q, + , I- Q .. x ff-fibe r-, , T -, . . 'fi . .V -' ,gf - TE. fa. l s, ' ' 'pf 'Q -A ,J ' r ' Lg ,Q L"- 5 - I Q is fa ' 'f - a ., ,LJ - 55' -- ' a-. ' , I I LK . '- --Q ' if -La- Xi ' - 7 51 15 . , 'rig 5+-rs , 1 - ,fi 2 . ' D Elragigxvb 1 ,l:4:Jg!E- I . 5?-ii 5 55. -555 , gl f"'f5AfL ' s, i 'T Nags A En V- . I i ' -ufbsafn 5.1--La, :a f: sigma kappa It has been rumored that all the girls in the Sig- ma Kappa house are not such successful politi- cians as Bee Bond. This rumor has now been confirmed, for here we have an actual photo of one of the girls who did walk home from a ride-and the chapter house is clear down on twenty-first. I W. L. Cooper C. E. Roberts SEATTLE Q W , for Better Coffee We Serve the Commons Typesetting Company Incorporated an Dov-l 1" ,,.1 wb" g I Lass LINOTYPE and LUDLOW 1 , , COMPOSITION ' vecvumww ' A Q., C I Phone Minn 1509 COBB BUILDING SEATTLE, WASH. WASON BROS. SEATTLE, WASHINGTON llllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIllIIllllllllllllllllllllllllIllllllllllllllllllllll .44444444 H681 E. , A COMPLETE CLAY PRODUCTS SERVICE Face Brick Terra Cotta Roof Tile Flue Lining Chimney Pots Garden Pottery Vitrified Glazed Sewer Pipe Wall Coping Fire Brick Acid Brick Building Pavers Faience and Decorative Tile GLADDING, MCBEAN 8: CO. SEATTLE I ' PORTLAND SAN FRANCISCO 1 i LOS ANGELES Costume CWC ray .- .V nv . .DZ 2 fu 1: I f"'ff11 ' , 3 "" 2'f:f:2:2:5:' , Reproductions of Chanel's genius-bits, with the glamour of Q wi 'V VX G Exo ' 7 ol ' -g ig: '00 'll ig India- the Orient- 4 9 ll- X l f all are here . . . await- nr 1 ' ' I Q -A I ing your selection. ,J Always at the Korean wi'-'ll ' ' est you may e cer- I' ' Q " Ch b Q Q min of finding that ized' which is new - and chic. And, at prices so The Qollege Gimlys economical! Favorite Shoppe ., C. KUREAN CHEST "lust a Stone's Throw from the Campus!" rifil Li-E chi omega . j'cm5en., Cffiailor REMEMBER- that my shop is close to your house. Call KE. 1518 or drop in at 4736 U. Way WARREN WEBSTER 31 CO. I ' 63 Webster System of Steam Heating I5 Here is shown the secret entrance of the Chi 'TQ Webster Service and Efficiency QT Omega house, in use. The Chi O's are managing to hold their record of having more late arrivals 326 COLUMBIA ST. - MAIN 8661 than any other house on the campus. Seattle Portland Spokane llillllllllllllllllllllllllilllllllllillllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllullllllllil moi lllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll Xl National Cash Register CO. A l-R ll GEO. H. DOWLING, Sales Agent l GNMFD TF T A New and Second-hand National Cash Registers S A ff . S60 and up Easy Terms University Wa'y at East 45th QJWK9 Seattle Washington 1919 SECOND AVENUE MAIN 0140 f Seattle, Washington E S Qs EXECUTIV BLAKE D. MILLS, President W. J. COLKETT, JR., Vice-President and Cashier ELMER N. DOLL, Assistant Cashier DIRECTORS :ig W f gs v , f 7ffQf' 2 ff 4 1 B2 Q i7" f X , Z am-5 f f 5 fi 15,022 fx I 5' 1 f I W Z' fa, 2? IV V I f r f .44 F T - ' H- . f I " BLAKE D. MILLS CHAS. C. MAY President Member of Faculty, U. of W. ff I " K -... H- -li.. Pmcb H. P. CHAPMAN WYLIE HEMPHILL Vice-President, Vice-President, - Chas. H. Lilly co. Pacific com coal co. alpha delta ph! E Of all the houses full of men W' WALTER WILLIAMS E- Eh- -HEMINGWAY It's this that always fails the femme. C t fifsldentzi L Physffffm 'md Surgeon The hearts that women cannot melt, OU . e. af? Oan , g Are In the house of Alpha Delt. A. R. HILEN Wright, Froude, Allen 8' Hilen, Attorneys HE SAME TEMPTING ODORS THAT J GREETED YOU IN YOUR MOTHER'S KITCHEN G R E E T Y O U A T 1 9 0 0 0 Experteneedl WR Umqverstty TT, T .. d M d MRS. MARLA S ae llfll.lllflfllfCeS an 'llflllfe QUCTSCQ H B k 0 " Ofne a CT Im jiincczmezzall fields . .. .. .. y 4321 UNIVERSITY WAY RAVENNA BLVD. S5 BROOKLYN AVE. 6602 TENTH AVENUE NORTHEAST llllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllilll 54701 rv lllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIllIlIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIlllllllllllllll lille E E-ill M Seattle, Washington Dear Madam: We are taking this opportunity to let you know that this STORE always has the very SMARTEST in line FOOTWEAR for the Woman IN A MODERN BOTTLE The famous cream - top fea- ture makes it possible if you r off the cream mi -an you'll find that this cream is ll h or Miss, S 9 Yours very truly, S W5 , PEnFEcTl.v ' at X t C .r S V PAs1-zumzeo STYLE - f COMFORT Mflchg 1406 SECOND AVENUE on CAl.LBE,OO40 tg NOW ALSO SERVED THROUGH THE FORMER eh QQ, LA VILLA AND RAINIER VALLEY 'DIKIRIES CC 97 A ff A GREAT CAR Aw 55 KP. O. B. Qetroit, pl Your ri f f 1. 4 .1 A Most Nearest E Cegjeffgj P 'bil C 0 Ford Dealer q to Is Better Serve Howard the Student ,"f'55'3x', N ew Ford Sport Coupe 66 GUARANTEED USED CCAIQS The University Ford Dealer 99 HOWARD MOTOR COMPANY 1102 East 45th Street MElrose 3520 lllllllllllllllllllllllllllIIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll I 1 llIIIlllllllllllllfIl:lIlllllllllllIllIIlglIIIIEl-EgglggggrglllllllI:llllIlllIl 01111011 5, 1115. I M' mm' 4546 UNIVERSITY WAY THE CQUILLIEGIE MAN 23761161 for all occasions, for TI-IlE COLLEGE GIRL where Quality is not sacrificed for Price Exclusive Agents for WILSON BROTHERS' NATIONALLY-KNOWN BRAND OF HABERDASHERY HOLLY SUIT SWEATERS SPORTSWEAR, INFORMAL, FORMAL KNOX HATS and every garment with TRENT TOWER suits and Top coats Correct Style Appeal MEN'S WEAR 4529 University Way SEATTLE Where to Swim? C--at the Moore Swimming Pool, where many Fra- ternities and Sororities are enjoying themselves. S xy Special rates to parties. MSeuuIim in Drinking if , f ff EQNO Vf' E- I I Q A X X0 T' sp - I X Z f 4 I f C -, fiegr :III 'I' L 1 - .Eff"' r ' E' .,. - 'I l Z ,053 1 , . as f ll ' fe 1 f Z X 'i I R af N Q ll llll lll ml me . Aft Iii ffl.. - Walleye? kappa sigma 0 0 Welcome signs upon the door, MUURE Sewemmms 2:51151i133g?2?fz2idiZf5:r W Kappa Sigma-politicians! Moore Theatre Building We Build for Sale or For Rent CAPITAL 4826 e Ssevnio rd L' htm I 8 d. tu IO I. 33l'335 PONTIUS AVE. , Let Us Equip SEATTLE, WASH, Lighting Makes Your 1 li Your Stage Party Unusual l" LIGHTING Z SCENERY Z DRAPERIES E21 K T T MTEEQE: sQ'iT3iwwT mm WEEQEEQES EQz?Q'5TEE.EiE5TiT,UEEE 0- 0 -1 f T 'waQwvQQ'Q 5635? SHEET mm S 'T' . . ff 6 , 4 ,3. 'xffwff we- 'Z' 1 W Aff . 'f 'f' , f " A.: ' Q., 197 ,T '4' ' f' , - mi n' 1, 3 V I -,sg pkg! I- V ,gym gi vf , T HALL'EPgC..CATMPBELL,PPXES. ' FPQEDS,AWI',MAN,,VICE pus TTcoMM EPxc1ALAPJ STUDIOS ' ENGPXAVING snovs 203 ,ia -E-l,-Twwi, , Y i . ., W- O FIFTH AVENUE, SEATTLE M731 .J Q U P . ' u his 'III .I y In on ii ' A lv If WY T U IU If fi Printers' types and printers, inks are dancing to a new and vigorous tune -- lnodernisln! Somewhat of a "snake- dance in the telnple of art9' it nlay appear to solne, yet-- like it or not-- certain perlnanent changes in life and art will result fronl the present unrest. iYlili, reflecting year hy year the current trend, has aptly chosen a nlodernistic nlotif and so it has been "our privilege and our pleasure" to serve with types and ink befitting. 0Wl7lWlAllT ai Ilglllfflllkll I index to ildvertisers PAGE Alaska Copper Works ....,........,.... ......,. 1 L44 Architectural Decorating Co ...,... ,,..,... 4 26 A, S, U. W. Auditors ..............,.. ........ 4 36 A. S. U. XV. Canoe House ..,.... Atlas Engine Co. .,......... . Augustine 8 Kyer ..,.., Baker-U-Drive Co. ..... . Baxter's .....4............,..A........ Bay City Lumber Co. ...,... . Beckett's Bindery ........, Bonney-Watson Co. ,,.. , Boulevard lnn ....,....,. Bowles 8 Co. ..,.,.,. . Camp Lewis Tent 8 Awning .,...,.,468 ,..,.,,.433 .,,.....447 .....,..467 ........471 ........434 433 ........428 42 7 ........-L34 Carnation Farm Products CO. ................ 434 Carnation Farm Products Co . .... ....,.,. 4 L3 5 Cascade Chemical Co. ..,......,,w. ........ 4 50 Castle 81 Co., A. M. .,.....A....,,. ........ 4 18 Central Mail Advertising ..... ,...,.,. 4 59 Coast Carton Co. ...,............ ,....... 4 50 College Flower Nook ..,...,.,,, Commodore Apartments .,.r. Commons ....,..........,....,......... Continental Hotel ............ 1 ........L63 ,.,..,,,4l9 ........416 ...,....449 Corey Sign Co. ......,,.,...,..,.......... ........ 4 29 Cornish School ..,........................... ..,..... 4 47 Crescent Manufacturing Co. .,..., ,..,.,.. 4 16 Dahlia Land ......,.,.....................,.. ........ 4 21 Daily Journal of Commerce ..,.... ...,.... 4 60 Dairy Products Co. ...,.,.......,..... ....,... 4 49 Disston 81 Sons, Inc., Henry ...... .....,.. 4 34 Dressel-Collins Fish Co. ..,....,..,..,...,.,...... 436 Dressler Hardware Co. ....,..........,....,,....,. 452 Drumheller, Ehrlichman 81 White ..,...,. 462 Dwyer 81 Rhodes Co. ...,........................ ...436 Eagles' Auditorium ......., Edgewater Fuel Co. ,.., . Elliott Bay Mill Co. .... . Everett Packing Co. ...,. . .,......424 ........45l ........444 ........459 Farrell Lumber Co. ..............,.,..,.............. 448 Farwest Lithograph 81 Printing Co ....... 436 Federated Metals Cor p. .....,.................... 450 Fink, Leonid .......,.,.,..,,.....,.,,...........,.,,.,.... 427 ' 432 Flelschmann Co. ............. . Frederick 81 Nelson ..,., Fuji, C. ....,.,,..,.,...,...,,,,,, . Furuya Co., M. ........,,..... . Fuzzy-Wuzzy Rug Co. . ..., . Y g ........413 ........448 ........461 .,.,....467 Gatewa Printin Co. ,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,, 4 24 General Oil Co. ,.,,.,,.,,...,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,.,.,, 4 25 ' ' A F 460 Ghlgllone 81 Sons, Inc., Gladding, McBean 81 Co. Golden Rule Bakery .......,,.,,, Gordon's ,.......... ......,.....,.... Gowman Hotel ...,..... Gral1am's ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Graham, John .,,,..,..,.,,,,,,,,,,, Grand Union Laundry ....,. Gray, McLean 81 Percy ...,,.... Gray Top Cab ,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,. Griffin Envelope Co. .,,,, . Hansen Bros. Transfer ..... Harsch Studio ,,.,..,,..,,,,,,,, Hazelwoodis ...,.,..,,,,.,,,,,,,,, Henrikson-Alstrom ........ Hitt Fireworks Co. ..,., . H751 ........469 ........460 ........472 ........451 ........450 ........453 ........464 .,....,.438 ....,,..464 ........456 ........442 ..,.....422 .,,,,,..425 ........435 ........444 Hood Rubber Co. ..., . Howard Motor Co. ..,. , Jansen Tailor Shop .,..., PAGE ..........437 ........,.471 ...,.....,469 Katsaros, .lohn ,,,,.....,,,.....................,.,........ 437 Kimball-Harrison Catering Co. ............ 437 Korean Chest ......................,,..,......r.......... 469 Kristofersonis ,............... ........... .......... 4 7 1 Kunishige, Frank A. LaPine-Rogers Studio ,. Larson, H. S. ............. . Lee Co., Clint W. ........... . Leuben Costume Co. .,...,, , Lindeberg ........,............. Logan 8 Bryan ....,,,..,,,,,....... Lowman K Hanford .............., ..,..,....426 ..........455 45 6 ..........462 ..........446 .,........444 ,........465 Lun1hermen's Printing Co. ...... ......,,,. 4 49 Main, Al ...,,... ...,... Malmo 8 Co. .,,.. Mill1l1ll1glS ..............,,.. Marine State Bank .... Marlatt's Bakery ....,,.. Martin 8 Eckrnann .... Maryatt Laundry ......... . Mayer 81 Co., Joseph ........... Metropolitan Bldg. Co. ..,,..,,,. . Metropolitan Laundry Co. .... . ....,..,,.422 ..,.....,.424 ..........440 ..........470 ,..,......470 ..........437 ,.........427 ,.........461 ..,.......432 Miller Co., E. C. .................,, .......... 4 58 Monks 8 Miller ................ .......... 4 52 Moore Swimming Pool ..,.. .......... 4 72 Mounsey K Co. ,..........,.,.... .......... 4 53 Multnomah Hotel ,..................... .......... 4 31 Nagelvoort-Stearns Cadillac Co. .,.......... 417 National Cash Register ..............,.....,..... 470 Nelson-Chrystal, Inc. ..........r,.... ...,...... 4 26 NePage-McKenny Co. ...,.,.. . New University Garage ........... ..........449 New 'Washington Hotel .......................... 438 North Pacific College of Oregon .......... 443 Northwest Envelope Mfg. Co. ........... . ....438 Northwest Golfer ........,..,..,.........,,.......... 460 Northwest Lead Co. ...,.......... . Novelty Iron Works ........ N. 1. K. Line .,.....,.....,.. Olympic Foundry Co. Olympic Hotel .............. Olympian Stone Co. Outdoor Store ................ Pacific Coast Steel Co. ...... . Pacific Creosoting Co. ,..,.. . ..........446 ..........453 .,........433 ..........423 ..........425 ..,.......443 ..........431 ........,.438 ..,.,.....453 Pacific Electrotype Co. ...,....,.......,,,......... 453 Pacific Marine Supply Co. ...,..,,....,........, 453 Pacific Telephone and Telegraph Co...426 Parisian Chocolate Co. .,.......................... 461 Pendleton Woolen Mills ,,.,,,..,.,,,...,..,.... 431 Penney Co., .l. C. ....,..,....,... . Peters Publishing Co. ..... . Peterson 81 Davis .......... Phelps-Terkel ,...................,....,. .,........414 ..........433 ...,.,....440 ..........464 Pioneer Printing Co. ..........,,,.,..,. ,.,.,.,... 4 40 Pioneer Sand 8 Gravel Co. ..,.,.. .......... 4 67 Piper K Taft .....,,...,....,...,.,...,.,. .......... 4 27 Pocock, George ..,..,..,,......,.,,... ..,....... 4 58 Port of Seattle ....,..............,......... ..., . H439 Power Plant Engineering Co. ,.,,..,.,,,,,, 462 Puget Sound News Co. .................,.....,.... 440 Puget Sound Power 81 Light Co. ...,......,. 447 Puget Sound Title Insurance Co. ......,... 429 Ranning Lumber Co. .,..,,. , Rautman Plumbing Co. ....., . Ravenna Dye Works .......,., Reid Bros. .............,................ . Robinson Mfg. Co. ................ , Robinson Tile 81 Marble Co. Ryan's, Harry ........,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, San .luan Fish Co. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , Sayles ...............,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, PAGE ........459 ........454 ........422 ........459 .,......463 ........465 .. ,,..,,.. 441 ........441 .. ........ 442 Scenic 81 Lighting Studio .,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,. 4 72 Schwabacher Bros. 81 Co., Inc, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 432 Schwabacher Hardware Co. . Scientific Supplies Co. .......... . Seattle Boiler Works .....,......,.. Seattle Office Equipment Co. Seattle Optical Co. .......,,,,.,,.,,, , Seattle Times ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,, Seattle Typesetting Co. .......... . Seattle West-Made Desk Co. . Seller Co., M. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,, , Shaw Supply Co. ,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,, , Sherman, Clay 81 Co. ........., , Sirnonds Saw 81 Steel Co. .,.. . Smith Co., S. K. ....,,,,,,,,.,,,, , Strom 81 Olsen Co. .,........,.. . Sportcraft Knitting Co. .,.., . Stewart 81 Holmes ,,,,,.,,,,,, Stokes Ice Cream ,,....... Sunde 81 d'Evers Co. .,.,. , Terrill, Florist ...,,.,,,,,,,,,, Tronsdale Motor Co. University Bookstore ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, University Coaching School . University Funeral Parlors University National Bank ...... University Orange Mill ...,....,. University Publishing Co. ,.,. . University Sign Co, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , Valeteria Cleaners 81 Dyers Vernon, Duryee, Reese, Inc. . Via Fontana ., ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,, ,, Wagner Motors ..,.,.. Walton Lumber Co. ,,,,,,,,,,, , Wardis Bindery .......,..,..,.,,,,,,., Warrack Construction Co. Warren, Webster 81 Co. ......... . Washington Amiesite Co. .... , .....,..429 .. ,...... .466 ........441 ........456 ., .,...... 444 ..,..,..430 .. ,,,...., 468 ........428 .. ........ 424 ....,...431 ........468 ........456 ...,,,..457 ..,.....448 ....,...446 ........441 ....,...450 ..,.....412 ...,,,..450 ,,......464 ., .,..,,.. 415 ........418 ., .,,..... 456 ......,.411 ........448 ,. .,,,,,,. 420 ........454 ........465 ......,.421 ........465 423 460 454 ., ........ 466 469 448 445 Washington Brick 81 Lime ..... Washington Sheet Metal Worlcs ,,,,,.,,,,,, 429 Wason Coffee .,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,..,,,,,,,, H468 Webster 81 Stevens ...,,..,,,,..,,,,,.,,,,,, ,,,,,,,, 4 23 West Coast Machinery Co. ....... ........ 4 54 West Wind Corporation ,,,r,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,, 428 Western Dairy Products Co. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 464 Western Engraving 81 Colortype Co ...,. 473 466 Western Printing Co. .,,,,,,., Whalley 81 Co., John A. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 466 White 81 Bollard ,,,,,,,,,,,1,,,, Wlllilns, L. G. ,,,,,,.,,,,,.,.,, , Williams, M. H. O. ..,. . Wilson, Hugh A. .... . Wolfe 81 Co., Inc. ..., . Wooley 81 Co. ..,.,.... . Yeatman, Dick ...... Ye College lnn .. Y. M. C. A. ........442 ........442 .......442 ........456 ........460 ,,,.....454 ........467 ........468 ........441


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