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III , ,-5 -V a, , ,VV,,F,,VvqI..-- .51 ., .-,Vl.f- 5- I 'I -,ii I V I I I" 'V 'V -f1V'1V'VIjR - 'f, - "1 -V - ' --Sq II IJ ,' 'V I 1' -,I ' "Il - gi VXI' 2 1 LAI P-if YR. ,ff-"' " 3 f- ,fy V ' V V - , H- VI- V -:V I' -V . V 'Vmg ,L-.V A ' A V - 5 13 R- -V-y J V L I V-Q, "",V- ' V x ,-- 5' 7 ' ff'-' T V. f V Dx 1 .I f'lf-lf rflgf. ill. ' ' ' ' ' -V ' Ver " 1 'V ,. ' 'f'--V? V ' . ' J "V'Qi12'. VV -'T A '-TWV 'WA V K I ' - , , -V A, V 'JF ' I-V I ' Aff, , ",- , WJ" C 1,-af'-'V'," ' -2-V V V V .yi V xl V- V V . - V -V ' V H" YV-V. ' V- 'R-1:-Ve V. IIII I, II I .I IIXV I III I ,IL - IIIVI VI II ,I ZI IIVJI I CI I VUIV QNIVEQ - -V' - V -2-V -1 - ' ' - VJ. -- 1' 7 .li--1-."4 frfrrf: - f. - V 1. V V, .V .Q . - K '- Vf- ' f- 'hu 1? . I .,, I I V N.SI,IgggV Im.. .I ,V I ::VI,,,V, ' V ' VV .V 4. 15 1r".'V-W -y--:VL -3f1"Vf-sw V14 . ,VIII VII? ,Jam .V ,I,UIy. I "2JU'.- I " "rl 9120- -L V TYEE FOR 1935 UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON SEATTLE 'X ' V H ' N President Lee Paul Sieg Dean Edward H. Lauer XJ CAROLINE COFFMAN EDITOR DALE MCKNIGHT BUSINESS MANAGER 23 Q' 4 3 rox we And printed nby a 'S S . Frank McCaffrey at his Dogwood Press in Seattle Af? Copyrighted 1935 by Assocrmsn STUDENTS OF UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON N sae va rs-in ' -.. W A Q f l X i- N"---Jglgp 4?fr-ss . ,,- 'cj F 2 ., vs--.i '-S '--f ld-'WW -1- ,.-9 N-N... FOREWORD REATED BY THE cooperation of loyal staff members and truly interested printers, the 1935 Tyee attempts a "book glimpse" of all glamorous high spots and familiar side-lights of one year at Washington. I W The college year of 19341-35 is a clear-cut picture now-but ,i haunting 'cafter years" will 'smear these memory outlines. It is for the vaguely saddening pleasure of looking back to the sun and shade of college life that this Tyee was made. V An ideal guided this book-that of avoiding all prejudice and favoritism. Its goal has been to create a University of Washington picture with a special meaning to every Washington student. Ideal and goal may not have been realized, but the staif's work to reach them leaves its mark within these pages. It was for at least a partial realization of the ideal that 'outstanding campus figures hon- ored by Tyee this year were selected by a secret staff vote-after full discussion of each candidate. By this method, the staffuattempted to submerge the prejudices of any one individual in the mass opinion of a staff choice. Pioneering in an effort to recognize the activity of the student body's largest part, the 1935 Tyee features a section for independent students. It is a meager try-but worthy in being a foundation for a more adequate independent section in the Tyees that follow. - - . ' , P t r THE' TRUE "Spirit of Washingtonv was created within the heart of Prof. Edmond S. Meany. Memories of his fighting loyalty to Washington will make this spirit of the Purple and Gold live in the hearts of thousands whose lives he touched. By these memories, Washington's '4Keeper of Traditions" will become a unifying and humanizing tradition for this large university-assured permanence by the respect and affec- tion which his generosity of spirit drew to him. I - Since 1891, the life of the University has been the life of Professor Meany. By his legislative iight, the present campus site was selected and appropriations made for its buildings. . In his role as sole instructor in the history department, he began his careeras the most widely-loved person on the campus. He became a "Keeper of Traditions"-but he did not live only in the past. Each' year, thousands of students who sought Washington's gifts left the campus with some touch of Professor Meany's kindly friendship and Washington loyalty. They carried in their hearts the vision of a tall and majestic man, defender of Washington and her students-as we do today and will forever. Professor Meany will never leave Washington, We will continue to feel his protective and proud loyalty for our University. We who -have knovm him-will-. carry him, into the future of Washington history gby making him a reality to those who come in later years. We will keep alive the soul of Washington which Professor Meany inspired. - ' With a true desire to perpetuate the memory of "Washington's favorite son," we respectfully dedicate the 1935 Tyee to Professor Edmond S. Meany. A L. Y- .-. if . ai , " . - ".,.',1i-MV - ' . 1 ' - --, ' I ' iff ,:- I . I -'f.,.,f, . , ff Q 'f 3, -L V-vigfwyz, , A -4, V, 41 f,4..f, CONTENTS CAMPUS SCENES . . . 8 ADMINISTRATION . . . 16 A.S.U.W .... 28 CLASSES . . . 38 PUBLICATIONS . . . 76 ACTIVITIES . . . 86 ATHLETICS . . . 114 SOCIETIES . . . 14211 SORORITIES . . . 172 FRATERNITIES . . . 196 INDEPENDENTS . . . 236 IN MEMORIAM . . . 249 MOUNT RAINIER AT DAWN Looming above morning mists, Mount Rainier glistens in an angular frame of Johnson and Physics halls E F r i N W I 1 A Y p V Copyright by Frank McCaj'rey THE PREs1nBN'r's WORKHOUSE Across these patterned bricks, art majors scurry to Education hall- past the presidenfs office and up three flights to the Art Attic K Mo oNL1cH'r ABOVE Asnormurxcs Spring moonlight shines through blossoming trees, silver-sheening the somber outlines of Aeronautics hall COMMERCE IN Tm: AIR An angle-glance from the Square lends cathedral dignity to Commerce hall's "Old World" entrance BETWEEN CLASSES In the majestic shadow of the Library, students loiter between classes - chatting in the spring warmth V..- .,.-V. H-- LIGHTS ON THE MUSEUM Night beacons on the M useum's pillared entrance shine out upon a dark campus CoNnoN IN THE sUN Shadowed by a giant tree, Condon hall stands as the youngest building on the campus 0 Copyright by Frank McCaffrey SPECTATORS' v1sTA Beyond the Stadiumfs curved bleachers and gridiron battleground spread Lake Washington and the Cascades HELEN GORHAM because her personality and managerial ability have carried the AWS over CLYDE ROBINSON-b6CaUSS as manager of ASUW publications, he has been chief upath smoother" for struggling directors of Daily, Columns and Tyeeg because he is a former Tyee editor, and a member of Oval Club and Fir Treeg because his assistance made Washington,s 1935 yearbook a reality. Zeta Psi. many rough spots because by eastern trips and numerous negotiations, she has brought many an excellent concert event to the carnpusg because she is a member of Mortar Board and has the power to make people work for ber. Gamma Phi Beta. mn-0 k s 'fn , Sfaie 7016 Waggingfon ofympia fvff56f44WW5gf,Zi ,57,2gijgMMjf'Z5V2dfL WZ,-J ,925 ' QiJd?0Z4?'MwU. 7 'ivdwlmhkfimwn ,Maxam Mb-Z'Lrm Ara-NA-TTL 'Ek M171 ANnN'c'c""-v"-, J. 11 5. .5-N 1: KLMFH-4 ' 7 1 z"'k'k CA-I-Q 7:16-,Z JAM, 1952, A 18 BO RD OFREGE S EDWARD P. RYAN . . . Regent Ryan, who is the board's new president, represents the eastern half of the state, and is a Spokane business man and mining prop- erty executive: A New York University alumnus, he was named board president after Lewis Schwellenbach's resignation. v FACING.the board of regents this year were two problems: an unset- tled administration, and cramped quarters to handle the rapidly increasing enrollment. Following several journeys East by board members to interview possible ap- pointees, the first problem was set- tled with the appointment of L. Sieg as president of the University. The building shortage was met by the regents in coordinating fed- eral and state public works funds with the University building allot- ment to bring the campus a half- million dollar new wing to the Henry Suzzallo library. A 3150,000 Tudor-Gothic infirmary was ar- ranged for early this year, as well as the new powerhouse and a dor- mitory to house 300 women. 19 Pr-nur MACBRIDE . . . A Seattle lawyer, he is an alum- nus of the University of Iowa, of which his father was president. During his college days he was a school- male of President Sieg. He is vice-president of the board, and chairman of the finance committee. His son is a Rhodes scholar. WINLOCK MILLER . . . Scion of a pioneer Olympia fam- ily, Miller has served previously as a regent. He is a retired attorney with an honorary law degree from Whitman College, and is also a Whitman regent. He is chairman of the building and grounds committee, and on the executive and financial committees. ROBERT MONTGOMEHY . . . One of the two newspaper- men on the board and a member of the famous Puyal- lup Valley Montgomery family, Regent Montgomery publishes the Puyallup Valley Tribune. He is well known as a writer and editorialist. He serves on the lands and building and grounds committee. ALFRED SHEMANSKI . . . Regent Shemanski heads a large Seattle retail clothing store, and is prominent in civic affairs. He is chairman of the welfare committee and serves on the finance committee as well. One of the four board members who live in Seattle. - WERNER A. RUPP . . . The second newspaperman on the board comes from Grays Harbor, where he is pub- lisher of the Aberdeen World. He is chairman of the University lands committee and serves on the building and grounds committee. He was a regent during the Suzzallo administration. THOMAS BALMER . . . Most recent addition to the board of regents, Balmer was named October 4 by Governor Martin to fill the vacancy caused by the resignation of Lewis Schwellenbach. He is a former University law student and was Western counsel for the Great North- ern railway. MOST DECISIVE of all administrative actions since L. P. Sieg be- came the University's twenty-second president last fall was the radical revision of the University College. The new College was placed in the hands of Dean Edward H. Lauer, as dean of fac- ulties, and the University's 3,100 new students entered in the new college. - In another effort to handle the sharply mounting registration -highest in history-early in December the faculty approved noon classes for the 1935-36 year. Registration reached the all- time high of 8,800 students, and the University became the elev- enth largest college in the nation. DEAN DAVID THOMSON smiles reminiscently at the thought of glowing iron and clanging hammer because once he wanted to be a blacksmith. Instead he studied law, taught and finally became University vice presi- dent in charge of the new vocational guidance service for uundecidedi' students. EDWIN BICKNELL STEVENS decided to go to college when he was twelve years old. He went through high school in three years, and is now registrar of the University, after working his way through college clerking. HENRY COBURN ALLEN spent a few unprofitable early years and then landed a responsible job with Educational Films corporation, a cine- matic infant in 1916. One more step as general commercial manager of awestern telephone company, and now-he's University comptroller. DEAN EDWARD H. LAUER wanted to be butcher, civil engineer or history teacher. But they wouldn't let him take history, and he abandoned the other two ambitions, so he became a dean. At present he is Dean of Faculties. DEA DEAN SHIRLEY COON, who once wished to be a street-car conduc- tor or a sailor, majored in history and science, taught for a while, and then drifted into economics and business. He considers busi- ness administration Hone of todayis most dynamic fields." DEAN CHARLES 'JOHNSON took up the study of pharmacy and chemistry to get away from farm work. He was the first to be elect- ed to the revision committee of the United States Pharmacopeia, determining standards of the federal food and drug laws. DEAN HAROLD SHEPHERD, with every intention of becoming an astronomer, once took a trip around the courts. He found it "the most intensely interesting thing there isi' and decided to take up law. He is the youngest' dean in the University. DEAN HENRY LANDES, unlike most, has always known his voca- tion, followed it, and now after twenty years of study is dean of the college of science with a record of many important oflices be- hind him, and many honors in geology. DEA S DEAN RICHARD G. TYLER wanted to 'he 'a naturalist until he read a hook in which the hero was an engineer. Now he is chairman of the King County Planning commission, dean of the college of engineering, and in his spare time, an amateur gardener. DEAN WILLIS L. UHL,S first ambition was to own a nursery, next to be a professional pianist, Today he :is adept at the piano and organ, dean of the school .of education, and on the board of direc- tors of the National Society for the Study of Education. DEAN HUGO WINKENWERDER of Forestry Wanted to he a minister and reform the World until he decided to become a naturalist and make it beautiful instead. He studied forestry at the University of Wisconsin, and later earned his master's degree at Yale. PROF. HENRY A. BURD wanted to be a trainman and a Chautauqua speaker. Instead he became a teacher of economics, and is direc- tor of the summer' school service and yice-president of the Na- tional Association of Marketing Teachers.: DEANS DEAN FREDERICK PADELFORD of the graduate school, with early ambitions to Write, studied at Colby and Yale, receiving his doc- torate in l899. For many years he has studied Edmund Spenser, and is now compiling a ten-volume Variorurn edition of his work. CHARLES W. SMITH, contrary to his desire in early life to be a musician, attended the University of Illinois library school, re- ceiving his D. I... S. degree in 1905. Since then he has been with the University, rising from assistant librarian to associate, and finally, librarian in 1929. HARRY E. SMITH'had always expected to be a country school teacher in Indiana. But in college he changed his plans and ma- jored in economics. Now, besides being a professor of economics, he is head of the University Extension School. DEAN IVIILNOR ROBERTS, coming from a family of engineers, has always been interested in engineering. Now he is-Dean of the Col- lege of Mines. Besides this he is serving his second term' as Na- tional Director of the American Institute of Mining Engineers and holds many other important executive positions. Condon, N ewhouse Deans of en DEAN HERBERT T. CONDON roamed college campi as a boy, and later deserted his first choice, law, to teach financial management. Since 1903, When he first came to the University, he has been dean of the college of eco- nomics, and during the past four years, Dean of Men. The glamor of law first appealed to Dean Newhouse, the assistant Dean of Men, but after interviewing sev- eral attorneys, he decided to become a merchant, then switched to education. He is a graduate of Washington and Columbia. THE STUDENT AFFAIRS COMMITTEE, under Dean Condon, rules on all student affairs and activities. Butterbaugh, Barnes Bash, Delano P. H artson, McMahon N ieding, Ward Warrack, Watt Challis, Delano X Harris, Hartson Hess, H otriian Mallory, Marriott M array, N ieding Nolzing, Quigley Thomas, Warrack 25 Ward, Bash Deans of omen MAY DUNN WARD, Dean of Women, studied home eco- nomics at the University and at Columbia. After teaching for one year at Annie Wright Seminary in Tacoma, she accepted a position as an assistant Dean of Women in 1918, later becoming dean. Mary l. Bash, associate Dean of Women, wanted to he a forester, but studied languages instead. She received her B. A. degree at the University. After teaching in country schools and supervising Y. W. C. A. Work on the University campus, she joined the Dean of Women's staff. STANDARDS COMMITTEE, organized under the A. W. S. constitution and made up of Women students, cooperates with the Dean of Women in making and enforcing rules governing social conduct. ,lane Warrack was chairman this year. ' Dvorak, Gunther H ughes, Jacobsen Garcia-Prada, Shepherd potli htin -Facult SIX FACULTY MEMBERS whose outstanding work in vari- ous iields has brought recognition to the University dur- ing the past year: i AUGUST DVORAK, associate professor of education, who received a second grant from the Carnegie Institute to continue work on his new typewriter keyboard. His pupils have won a maj or share of national typing contests for the last two years. ERNA GUNTHER, director of the Washington State museum, for building up a museum outstanding in its collection of objects of Northwest Indian culture and folklore so that the history df the fast-dying Indians of the Pacific coast is being preserved. GLENN HUGHESI, head of the drama department, for his work in establishing the Studio Theater and for his building up a drama library of more than 6000 volumes without financial aid from the University. THEODORE S. JACOBSEN, executive oiiicer of the astronomy de- partment, who has just completed a six-year research on an astronomical problem, reestablishing a theory discarded more than sixteen years ago. CARLOS GARCIA-PRADA, Colombian consul and associate pro- fessor of Spanish, who has been granted a yea.r's leave of absence from the campus to go back to Colombia to assist in the reorgani- zation of the university system there. DEAN HAROLD SHEPHERD, head of the law school, for his direc- tion of the work of making annotations on recent restatements of the national and state laws. His department is working for the state, helping in the codiiication of its laws. 26 potli htin -- tudent ELEVEN STUDENTS whose high grade averages earned them the president's 1933-34 scholarship medals at the fall inauguration of Dr. Lee Paul Sieg. J ACK HURST FULTON, senior in L. A., was awarded the President's medal, highest scholarship award of the University, for ranking as the best scholar with a straight "Av average for his four years of college. TOM MACBRIDE, son of Philip D. MacBride, University regent, will start this October for two years at Oxford, winning the Rhodes scholarship for the Northwest. He is the Erst University graduate in recent years to win the award. ROBERT ALAN DAHL, a junior in pre-law from Skagway, Alaska. He is a member of Pi Kappa Alpha, and president of Purple Shield. Politics and sports, especially the latter, because he is on the lightweight crew, keep him occupied most of the time. He hopes to be a lawyer some day. WILLIAM PATRICK KAMP, a Des Moines junior in pharmacy. Getting "A's" in all his courses and hard work on his major, pharmacy, keep him so busy he does not have much time for outside activities, but he likes sports. ARTHUR ALLEN LUMSDAINE, a Seattle junior in science. His major is phys- ics, hut he doesn't know yet just what he wants to do after graduation. He belongs to Zeta Mu Tau, mathematics honorary, and is fond of cutting lig- ures on his skiis. , MILNOII BAILY SCHAEFER, Seattle junior in the College of Science, School of Fisheries. He is a member of Sigma Xi, scientific honorary, and Phi Sigma, biological honorary. He plans to do research work on fish after graduation. JEAN VAUGI-IN VERMILLYA, a Wenatchee junior in Liberal Arts. She belongs to Kappa Alpha Theta, Pi Sigma Alpha, political science honorary, and Sigma Epsilon Sigma, junior Phi Bete. She plans to enter law school next fall. She loves skiing and ice skating. DONALD SIMPSON, a Vancouver sophomore in Liberal Arts. He plans to at- tend law school, belongs to Purple Shield, Beta Theta Pi, and played on the frosh golf team during his freshman year. WARDELL RAYMOND MACKAY, a Spokane sophomore in the College of Lib- eral Arts. He is majoring in literature, and would like to teach in a univer- sity. For recreation he attends the Greek club and plays tennis. DEWITT CLINTON SMITH, a sophomore in the School of Science. Physics is his major and after graduation he plans to teach and do research work in physics. His studies interest him more than campus activities, but he does like debating. PHILIP Coornn MAcNUssoN, Seattle sophomore, majoring in electrical en- gineering. He plays in the band and, during his leisure hours, confounds his opponents at chess. He is a member of Chi Phi. His future is somewhat uncertain, but will follow electrical engineering lines. 27 S I i I 1 I Fulton, M cBride Dahl, Schaefer Vermillya, Simpson Magnusson HOWARD TUTTLE-because his enthusiasm and independence as ASUW president, together with his straightforwardness, earned him a secret nick- name of "the Little Giantng because until Jean ORENA ARMSTRONG-because as co-chairman of Varsity Ball, she was the first coed to direct an all-University dance at Washingtong because she is one of the few natural-born politicians who has made more friends than enemies in upolitick- ing"g because she is secretary of Totem Club. Delta Gamma. lVIcCu1'dy took office as new ASUW secretary, he had served longer than any other member on the Board of Control Szgma N u ADAMS Charles F rankland OFFICIALS AND COACHES... ATHLETIC DIRECTOR. . .Charles F. Frankland ATHLETIC MANAGER . . . Carl Kilgore A. W. S. MANAGER . . . Helen Gorham PUBLICATIONS . . . Clyde Robinson AUDITOR . . . Nelson Wahlstrom PUBLICITY DIRECTOR . . . Roy Rosenthal SECRETARIES . . . Molly Danielson, Evelyn Eagle, Ruth Proctor FOOTBALL COACHES . . . James Phelan, C. R. Wilcox ' FRESIIMAN FOOTBALL . . . Ralph Welch BASKETBALL AND TRACK . . . C. S. Edmundson FRESHMAN TRACK . . . Ken Rhuddy FRESHMAN BASKETBALL . . . D. V. Graves BASEBALL . . . D. V. Graves FRESHMAN FOOTBALT .... D. V. Graves CREW . . . Al Ulbrickson LIGHTWEIGHT CREW . . . GORDON PARROTT TENNIS . . . Jack Torney SWIMMING . . . Jack Torney BOXING . . . Norman Kunde WRESTLING . . . Leonard Stevens RIFLERY . . . E. M. Gregory, George M. Daughtry FENCING . . . August Aurenheimer TRAINER . . . Earl F. Clark PROPERTY MANAGER . . . John Paque 'CIN MANY WAYS the most Successful year Welve ,ever had," is Director of Athletics Charles F. Franklandls sum- mary of the 19341-35 year for the ASUW. An unusually profitable football year, the largest number Of students in the inStitution's history, and a bril- liant concert season all aided in the pleasant financial prospects for the student corporation. Since 1902, when the ASUW was formed, the corporation has built more than a million dollars' worth Of improvements on the campus, and although the ASUW' saw several grey, near-bankruptcy depression years, conditions are now bright enough to consider further expansion, including the new menls Swimming pool and the long sought student union. This year also Saw a gradual reduc- tion Of the cOrporation's half a million dollar bonded indebtedness. Howard Tuttle Gorham Kilgore Robinson Wahlstrom Rosenthal 30 THE BOARD OF CONTROL held office in a year marked by a very evident return to better finan- cial conditions, and passed on athletic director Charles Frankland's budget program, which brought a gradual decrease of student fee charges and a revival of the curtailed minor activities. The board added hockey and skiing to the list of minor W sports, and gave ,lack Medica a special W letter for his swimming victories. Elaborate plans for an all-activity day, to be held May 1, were abandoned when the board was unable to Win the necessary faculty approval. MEMBERS . . . PRESIDENT . . . Howard Tuttle VICE PRESIDENTS . . . Paul McMahon, Ed Metzger SECRETARIES . . . Marjorie Hess, .lean McCurdy GRADUATE REPRESENTATIVES . . . William Howard, Whitney Harris SENIOR REPRESENTATIVES . . . Dorothy Horsfall, Jack Fowlds, Dale McKnight JUNIOR REPRESENTATIVES . . . Sam Hess, Peggy Stiley, Andrew Sutton . SOPHOMORE REPRESENTATIVE . . . Bernice Stokes A. W. S. REPRESENTATIVE . . . Florence Marriott . FACULTY REPRESENTATIVES . . . Professor Harry J. McIntyre, Professor Carl Dakan, Professor Byron Christian ALUMNI REPRESENTATIVES . . . Ross Williams, Merville Mclnnis, Mrs. J. Arthur Younger 31 Board of Control F owlcls, Harris, M. Hess S. Hess, H orsfall, Howard M arriott, M cC urdy, M cK nigh 5 M cM ahon, M etzger, Stiley Stokes, Sutton, Tuttle S UW Bookstore McRae, Goss Condon, H ess, Howard Thomson, Tuttle THE ASUW BOOKSTORE proceeds increased twenty per cent in sales volume over those of the preceding year. Increased student attend- ance at the University caused the higher sales receipts. C The Bookstore, owned and controlled entire- ly by the ASUW, was founded in 1900 to pro- vide a convenient means for students to secure required books and supplies at a fair price. It is controlled by a Board of Directors com- prised of four students and three faculty mem- bers who select a manager and formulate Bookstore policies. The directors are elected by the Board of Control. The manager directs the operation. His staff consists of an assistant and five department managers. Practically all clerking is done by part time student assistants. MANAGER . . . James E. McRae H ASSISTANT MANAGER . . . E. Lyle Goss BOARD OF DIRECTORS . . . Dean David Thomson, President Dean Herbert T. Condon, Treasurer Marjorie Hess, Secretary Professor Carl Dakan Bill Howard Bill Montgomery Howard Tuttle 3 2 CAMERA GLANCES AT CAMPUS LIFE 33 Bendix, Blake, Evans, Hamilton H annay, H ardy, H eaman, H inkle Howe, Knappenberger, Laughlin M GC artney, M cKnight, Metcalf Mueller, Rickard, Roda! Shearer, Shipek 3 1 , Lear- I ASUW tudent ana ers FOOTBALL . . . Everett Shipelc CREW . . . James Mueller BASKETBALL . . .Roger Evans H BASEBALL . . . Bob Rodal TRACK . . . Merrick Metcalf TENNIS . . . William Heaman FRESHMAN FOOTBALL . . . Harold Sheerer FRBSHMAN BASKETBALL . . . Dick Bendix FBBSHMAN BASEBALL . . . George Hannay FRESHMAN CREW . . . John Laughlin FRESHMAN TRACK . . . Tom McCartney JNTRAMURALS . . . Dave Lear MINOR SPORTS . . . Jack Hardy FROSH MINOR SPORTS . . . Jack Knappenberger TYEE BUSINESS MANAGER . . . Dale McKnight DAILY BUSINESS MANAGER . . . Joe Blake COLUMNS BUSINESS MANAGER . . . John Howe DEBATE MANAGERS . . . Wom.en's--Barbara J Onesg Menis -Bill Pennockg Freshmen - Richard Wad WOMEN,S RIFLERY MANAGER . . . Shirley May Frazer MEN7S RIFLERY MANAGER . . . Tallmadge Hamilton BAND MANAGER . . . Charles Rickerd Q Q Election Committees JANUARY, 1935 . . . Frank Shinstrom John Garrett ' 3 Ted Foley f Shirley Pape I ' Mary Bousfield Win Pullen, Chairman Carolyn Morford, Assistant Chairman Harriet Crary ' Harold Davis Gloria Thomas Harry Jenkins ' John Gauntlett V APRIL, 1934- . . . C randall, M orford, Pullen John Honnsell John Cheney Audrey Olson Claribel' McKinley Roy Pardo Mary Scarnmell Rebecca Hopkins Jerome Thomas Willis Weisenbourn Bettie Munger Seth Richards Hamilton Robinson Jean Courie Palmer Crandell, Chairman Mary Margaret Quigley Bob O'BrieII 7 Russ Maelionald Jerry Firnstahl Pat Shaw - Laurien Winn J o Quigley Bob MacDonald Bill Sanders Mary Bannick Valerie Ellis Don Garland 34 Crew Drive, 1934 "ON T0 POUGHKEEPSIEH was the battle cry of students during the 1934 highly successful crew drive. With a campus and city ucrew crazy," it is no wonder that a surplus fund of more than S5500 was raised. CAMPUS CHAIRMAN . . . Robin Gloor Montgomery CAMPUS TAG-SELLING TEAMS . . . Captains . . . Jack Hanover, Gordon Zweibel, Jack Corey, Ned Hergert, Frank Killien, Hurley De Roin, Ross Pedersen, Hal Deering, Tony McMahon, Johnny Newstrom Hi h ehool Leaders, Conference GENERAL CHAIRMAN . . Paul McMahon SECRETARIES . . . Jean Thomas, Jean McCudy TREASURER . . . Dick Turner SECRETARIAL ASSISTANTS . . . Carolyn Morford, chairman REGESTRATION . . . Miner Baker, chairman , Nat Washington, Ernest Gentle, Betty Jane Rafter, Winnie Seifert, Margaret Seamans PUBLICITY . . . Tom Griffith, chairman, Rupp Weaver, Barbara Ford, .lane Embury, Mary Kosher PROGRAMS . . . Peggy Stiley, chairman, Ruby Coates, Olive Moore, Lila May Sveneke, Grace Dolan, Don Priore ENTERTAINMENT . . . Herb Condon, Jr., chairman, Billie Barnes, Virginia Aetzel, Elizabeth Montgomery, Kermit Wasmuth, Dave Maginnis BANQUET . . . Sam Hess, chairman, Mary Millington, Teddie Wakefield, ,lean Wingate, Val Cameron GIRLS' CONFERENCE . . . I o Quigley, chairman, Beth Fitton, Nancy Erdahl, Mary ,lane Bousiield, June Thomas, Lois Delano GIRLS' HOUSING . . . Helen Nichols, chairman, members of W Key Club, Frances Pendergrast, assistant chairman, Mary Elizabeth Hartzell, Rose Mary Procunier, Betty Poindexter, Virginia Lawther, Flomarie Wheeler, J une Shinkle, Alice Hooper, Miriam Warner, Barbara Boone, Virginia Wilson, Mary Lou Brackett, Grace Scotness, Alda White, Wanda Colbert, Laura May Brown TEA . . . Pat Strickler, chairman, Catherine Catlin, Betsy May, Betty Carey, Doris Mcllroy, Marguerite McCarthy BOYS' CONFERENCE . . . Win Pullen, chairman, Emery Colkett, Henry Dugan, Bruce Bretland, John Dore, Don Garland, Paul Frederickson , BUSINESS MANAGERS' CONFERENCE . . . Joe Blake, chairman, Dale McKnight, Oluf Bye, Ralph Knipe WASHINGTON SCHOOL or METHODS . . . Claire Wernecke, chairman, Mary Scammell, Bob Deering, Pete Whithed, .laneth Hogue BOYS' HOUSING . . . John Hounsell, chairman, Gordon Gabie, .lack Mitchell EDITORS' CONFERENCE . . . Joe Connor, chairman, Bill Wilmot, Caroline Coffman, Melvin Goldsmith, Tom Griiiith, Carl Brazier 3 5 ' Montgomery Bernita M cCa1frey pins a crew tag on John Laughlin and Jim Mueller gets the money McMahon, Quigley Journalism delegates to High School Leaders' Conference Tibbits E Gamma Phi Beta Phi Gamma Delta H0 E CoM1Nc Committee 1934 "IT AIN,T what it used to be," the old saying, was discarded at Horne- coming this year when many old traditions were revived. With more than 20,000 alumni and students celebrating, torchlight parades, serpentines and Meany hall rallies Were once more in session. Organized houses depicted the Washington-Washington State game with brilliant and clever signs. GENERAL CHAIRMAN . . . Bill Tibbits ASSISTANT CHAIRMAN . . . Phil Schoel in SECRETARIES . . . Jane Porter, Jean Verrnilya, Jeanne De Friel RECEPTION . . . Margaret Runnals, chairmang Daphne Gibson, Mary Kay Randall, Peggy Stuart, Eva Marie Earley, Dorothy Field MIXER . . . Milt Lobell, chairman g Jack Wood, Dick Fretwell, Bill Harvey, Mary Jane Bousfield, Betsy May, Ruth Hammond, Leone Bounds, Frank Cook, Bunny Stokes, Andy Sutton SIGNS . . . Don Holden, chairman, Barbara Burns, Helen Pierce, Jessie Squires, Don Garland, Sam McGhie, Bernice Hansen, Hans Lund, I oe Lutey, Bob Deering, Tom Ramsey, Ken McGinnis ARRANGEMENTS . . . Bob Alexander, chairman, Ruth Abel, Isabel Kunz, Howard Ellis, Phil Padelford, Wade Parker, Bob Meigs, Bradley Hendrey PUBLICITY . . . Tom Griflith, chairman, Jud Hubbart, Cy Braden, Mary Kosher, Bob Fissell, Betty Steiner DECORATIONS . . . Ken Coryell, chairman, Phil Olson, Bob McDonald, Julia Eaton, Ed Meyer, J oy Kugler, Don O'Connor SIGN CONTEST WINNERS . . . Men's first prize, Acacia, womenis first prize, Alpha Phi 36 CA PU DAY Committee 1934 A CAMPUS 'cplay day" rather than a campus work day was celebrated last May. There was no work for students because of hired federal labor. Play day was conducted in the pavilion and doubt was voiced as to whether or not another campus day would be held. However, special revival plans started rolling winter quarter for a mammoth "Participation Day." GENERAL CHAIRMAN . . . Ren Meader LUNCHES . . . Barbara Dole, chairman g Jane Leuenberger, assistant chairman, Eva Marie Earley, Elizabeth Montgomery, Virginia Hoskins, Jean McCurdy, Nancy Erdahl, Jerry Firnstahl, Karl Oberleitner, Phil Schoel, Ralph Smalling, Russ Wayland, Ruth Benham, Virginia Norwood, Evelyn Hanselman, Jacqueline Burd, Helen Beneker, Jane Hinckley, Pete Lowrie, Corris Guy, Gladys Phillips, Ruth Steenstrup, Helmi Louko, Mary Hemphill, Betty Hunt TICKET SALES . . . Tony McMahon, chairman MIXER . . . Ned Hergert, chairman STUNTS . . . Robin Gloor Montgomery, chairman RoUsE-'EM CLUB . . . Armstrong, Leaenberger, Stcenstrnp, Ball, Gillespie, Landrum, McCurdy, Hines, Hutchinson, Harris, H orsfall, Harvey, Earley, Slocum, Bushnell ON DENNY STEPS 3 7 M eader MORTAR BOARD PLEDGING . . . Gladys Phillips PUBLICITY . . ,Mary Kosher, chairman g Dick Kelley, Ed Hillyer, Art Meyer, Hank Dougan, Caroline Coffman, Ed Metzger, J oe Lutey, Bill Pierre, Peggy Hartson, Gene Frost ATTENDANCE . . . Hal Deering, Betty L. Harris, chairmen 5 Armond Deane, Roger Evans, Chuck Wilson, Roley Pinkham, Ted Foley, Don Holden, Gaines Sutherlin, Marion Miller, .laneth Hogue, Virginia Slocum, Mary Weber, Virginia Varnell WORK TEAM . . . Russ Wayland, Jerry Kopet, Irwin Thieme, chairmen GREEK TEAM . . . Frank Killien, Marion Phelps, Howard Tuttle, Ross Pedersen, Gordon Zweibel, Larry Hubbard, J ack Corey, Hurley DeRoin, Ralph Smalling, Norm Steen INDEPENDENT TEAM . . . Don Spear, Lee Connor, Maury Schwartz, Chet Peters, Tom Griliith, Marion Miller, Lawrence Kay, Palmer Evanson, Lawrence Murphy Bertil Granberg , .,, RAY FOX because as co chalrman with Orena Armstrong, he turned out the most profitable and cleverly decorated Varsity Ball in recent years, because 1n addition to bemg mentioned as a candldate for the ASUW presldency, he was known as 'the man belund the scenes" in campus PEGGY BROWNELL-because when the presidency of the Junior class was tossed to her by the ineli- gibility of Dick Kelly, she cracked a whip over the most important and most active class in schoolg because, although 'comparatively inex- perienced in class management, she emerged with a successful Junior Prom and JGV. Kappa Kappa Gamma. 38 ADAMS Dougan, H edin Leede, Knappenberger SENIOR WEEK . . . CHAIRMAN . . . Dan English ASSISTANT CHAIRMAN . . . Eleanor Stone SECRETARIES . . . Eleanor Bushnell, Dorothy Horsfall, Virginia Westlund ' GENERAL BUSINESS MANAGER . . . Jack Knappenberger SECRETARIES 'ro BUSINESS MANAGER . . . Peggy Hurd, Bea Sbedico TICKETS . . . Micky Metcalf, J ack Hardy, Marge Manion PUBLICITY . . . Ray Fox, Sigiid Hedin PROGRAM . . . Miriam Warner, June Thomas CLASS PLAY . . . Virgina Landramg Kay Turner, secretaryg Roger Evans, business manager CLASS HISTORY . . . Martin Trepp, Dorothy Leede PRORHECY . . . Caroline Coiiman, Marge Hess LUNCHES . . . Audrey Champreuxg Peggy Hartson, assistantg Miner Baker, business manager SENIOR BALL . . . Orena Armstrong Joe Lutey, business manager enior Class OFFICERS . . . Henry Dougan, President Sigrid Hedin, Vice President Dorothy Leede, Secretary J ack Knappenberger, Treasurer REVIVAL OF forgotten traditions, the keynote of senior class activities this year, was exemplified in the expanded Senior Week, planned to complete the class' four years of college in a climactic manner. 4 Senior Week includes a Senior Shine Day, ruled by a popularity King and Queen, selection of the man and woman "most likely to succeed," ivy-planting, the Phi Beta Kappa-Sigma Xi banquetg the alumni banquet, and the Senior Ball, the last social event for the seniors before graduation. Then follow Baccalaureate and Commencement-a vale- dictory to the campus, a salutatory to life beyond college. Don Anderson says "goodby" to his campus cords and college days. Senior Lee Jacobi signs up for his cap and gown. Three Seniors scarry to class . . . Dan English, Senior Week chairman 5 Ken Harris, and Jack Hardy, minor sports manager. 40 1131012 4-l PAUL ABBOT . Seattle . Forestry . . . Crew '29, '35 RUTH ABEL . Seattle . Liberal Arts . . . Delta Gamma . Totem Club . Newman Club MALVIN ABRAMS . Seattle . Engineering . . . Sigma Alpha Mu JANET ADAMS . Seattle . Liberal Arts . . . Mu Phi Epsilon . Newman Club NORMAN AHLQUIST . Seattle . Mining Engineering . . . Tau Beta Pi . Zeta Mu Tau . Ammonii Socii . Campus Christian Council RAYMOND AHLQUIST . Seattle . Pharmacy . . . Sigma Xi . Rho Chi ARTHUR AHONEN . Ironwood, Michigan . Liberal Arts . . . Football . Big "W" Club MARY AINSLIE . Spokane . Liberal Arts . . . Kappa Kappa Gamma LLOYD AJAX . Wenatchee . Science . . . Pi Kappa Phi FRANCES ALBEE . Aberdeen . Pharmacy ROBERT ALEXANDER . Veil . Liberal Arts . . . Phi Kappa Psi . Yell King '35 Tyee ORVILLE ALGYER . Seattle . Law . . . Sigma Alpha Epsilon . Delta Theta Phi Law Review . Frosh Track BENSON ALLEN . Chehalis . Engineering . . . Sigma Phi Epsilon . Scabbard and Blade . HUGH ALLEN . Bakersville, California . Mining Engineering . . . JOHN A. ALLEN . Seattle . Economics and Business . . . Alpha Kappa Lambda Scabhard and Blade , LEWIS ALLEN . Seattle . Liberal Arts . . . Sigma Delta Chi DEBORAH ALTOSE . Bellingham . Education . . . Tyee . Daily . Senior Planning Committee . Bellingham Normal Club vice president SAM ALTOSE . Bellingham . Liberal Arts . . . Zeta Beta Tau LAURA AMES . Yakima . Liberal Arts . . . Tolo . Glee Club DON ANDERSON . Kenton, Michigan . Journalism . . . Delta Upsilon . Sigma Delta Chi . Hammer and Coffin . Daily copy editor EUNICE ANDERSON . Riverside, California . Science MARGARET ANDERSON . Seattle . Economics and Business . . Roger Williams Club THOMAS ANDERSON . Tacoma . Engineering . . . Tau Beta Pi . Compass and Chart . ASCE . Navy Rifle Team EDWARD M. ARGERSINGER . Seattle . Engineering . . . Zeta Psi . Fir Tree . Oval Club . Big "W" Club . Varsity Boat Club . Interfraternity Council . Crew '32, '33 . Crew Captain '34 ORENA ARMSTRONG . Chehalis . Liberal Arts . . . Delta Gamma . Totem Club secretary . Junior Class vice president . Varsity Ball co-chairman . Matrix Table R. LOUISE ARMSTRONG . Bellingham . Home Economics . . . Alpha Phi MARY AMELIA ARNOLD . Deer Lodge, Montana . Liberal Arts . . . Alpha Xi Delta . International Relations Council AMSDEN AXELSON . Yakutat, Alaska . Engineering . . . Engineers' Open House '33 BERT BACKSTROM . Seattle . Engineering . . . Scabbard and Blade . Ammonii Socii . Purple Shield . Frosh Crew '32 JOHN BADING . Bremerton . Journalism . . . Tau Kappa Epsilon J EAN BAIN BRIDGE . Seattle . Liberal Arts . . . Alpha Omicron Pi . Westminster Club . Campus Christian Council I MINER BAKER . Seattle . Liberal Arts . . . Adelphi president '34 . YMCA president . Tau Kappa Alpha . Purple Shield . Debate '31, '32, '33, '34 RUTH BAKER . Seattle . University College . . . Pi Mu . AWS JEAN BALDWIN . Great Falls, Montana . Science . . . Alpha Delta Pi . Omicron Nu . Waliie Breakfast chairman '35 . YWCA Cabinet FRANCIS EDGAR BALLARD . Auburn . Science . . . Pi Mu Chi HOWARD BALTZO . Seattle . Science . . . Sigma Xi . Compass and Chart . Phi Sigma Psi ROBERT BANCROFT . Dayton . Economics and Business . . . Pi Kappa Phi . Varsity Boat Club CONDON BARCLAY . Mt. Vernon . Law . . . Phi Alpha Delta EDWIN BARKER . Anacortes . Economics and Business . . . Phi Kappa Tau CATHERINE BARTHOLET . Seattle . Science . . . Phi Alpha Rho E IOR EMMA LOU BARTHROP . Bremerton . Home Economics . . . Beta Sigma Omicron . Home Economics Club . Spurs . Matrix Table JOHN BARTLESON . Spokane . Liberal Arts . . . Psi Upsilon ISABELLE BARTLETT . Seattle . Liberal Arts . . . Theta Upsilon . Westminster Club . WAA . Spurs . Dance Drama '33, ,34 WOLF BAUER . Seattle . Mines ROBERT BAUGHN . Seattle . Economics and Business . . . Pan Xenia' BETTY BAXLEY . Seattle . Liberal Arts . . . Alpha Gamma Delta GENEVIEVE BEACH . Seattle . Science . . . Totem Club . Bacteriology Club . Rifle Team JACK BEARDWOOD . Pomona, California . I ournalism . . . ' Sigma Alpha Epsilon . Sigma Delta Chi . Hammer and Coffin . Varsity Swimming . Daily Sports editor, Copy editor . Columns HOLLIS BEASLEY . Seattle . Liberal Arts . . . Chi Phi ELIZABETH BEATTIE . Seattle . Liberal Arts JUNE BEEBE . Alhambra, California . Science . . . Delta Delta Delta WILLIAM BEEMAN . Seattle . Forestry . . . Tau Bhi Delta . Forest Club HOWARD BEHRENS . Seattle . Mines JEAN BELCHER . Eureka, California . Liberal Arts . . . Alpha Chi Omega ARTHUR BELFREY . Burlington . Economics and Business . . . Lambda Chi Alpha . Scabbard and Blade DOROTHY BELT . Seattle . Liberal Arts . . . Alpha Phi RICHARD BENDIX . Seattle . Science . . . Senior Basketball manager BETTY BENSON . Seattle . Science . . . Alpha Gamma Delta . Mortar Board . Totem Club . "It Is Donei' editor . Home Economics Council . AWS Associated Arts chairman . Social Committee chairman BETTY BENTLEY . Seattle . Home Economics . . . Sigma Eta Chi . Pilgrim Club KING BENTON . Hood River, Oregon . Science . . . Phi Gamma Delta LAWRENCE BERGH . Seattle . Forestry . . . Tau Phi Delta . Basketball . Baseball FRANK BERKENKOTTER . Seattle . Mines . . . YMCA BERNICE BIGHAM . Seattle . Liberal Arts . . . Phi Mu . AWS ERNESTINE BILAN . Seattle . Liberal Arts . . . Alpha Omicron Pi RONALD BILES . Seattle . Engineering . . . Delta Upsilon . Ammonii Socii . Frosh Basketball . Frosh Engineering president . Engineering Council sophomore representative CARYL BILLS . Seattle . Liberal Arts . . . Phi Mu EMMANUEL BITAR . Hoquiam . Science . . . Pi Mu Chi EUGENE BJORK . Seattle . Economics and Business . . . YMCA . Campus Christian Council . Roger Williams Club WILBERT BJ ORK . Seattle . Engineering . . . ASCE . Compass and Chart DONALD BLAIR . Seattle . Liberal Arts . . . Varsity Glee Club JOE BLAKE . Seattle . Liberal Arts . . . Phi Kappa Sigma . Alpha Delta Sigma vice president . Oval Club . Daily business manager Summer School Journal Business Manager . High School Leaders' Conference business manager STEWARD BLYTHE . Bellingham . Liberal Arts . . . Psi Upsilon NEIL BOLD . Ketchikan, Alaska . Economics and Business RUTH BOLING . Mt. Vernon . Liberal Arts . . . Phrateres . Lewis-Clark Hall Association president . Matrix Table KATHLEEN BOPPELL . Seattle . Science . . . Premedic Club MELVIN BORGERSEN . Seattle . Economics and Business . . . Chi Phi . Beta Gamma Sigma . Beta Alpha Psi . Wrestling '31, ,323 l l WILLIAM BOTZER . Mossyrock . Liberal Arts . . . Sigma Phi Epsilon . I Tau Kappa Alpha . Alpha Kappa Psi . Purple Shield president '33 . BA Council '34 . Varsity Debate manager BERNARD BOURNS . Seattle . Liberal Arts . . . Psi Upsilon BURTON BOWMAN . Olympia . Economics and Business . . . Phi Kappa Sigma WARREN BOWMAN . Seattle . Economics and Business . . . Sigma Chi 4.2 IOR 4-3 BETTY BRABROOK . Olympia . Science . . . Zeta Tau Alpha . YWCA . Bacteriology Club KARL BRADLEE . Port Townsend . Economics and Business . . Compass and Chart . Pan Xenia . Alpha Kappa Psi DOROTHY BRAND . Bellingham . Science . . . Sigma Epsilon . Women's Rifle Club WILLIAM BRANDT . Seattle . Mines . . . Purple Shield . Tau Beta Pi IONA BRANSON . Seattle . Liberal Arts . . . Concert . Glee Club . Penthouse Plays . All-University Plays RICHARD BREON . Tacoma . Liberal Arts . . . Sigma Delta Chi ROBERT BRIGGS . Seattle . Economics and Business . . . Sigma Phi Epsilon . Big "W" Club . Tennis JOHN BRINSMEAD . Port Townsend . Economics and Business . . . Scabbard and Blade . Cadet Ball '34, '35 JAMES BROCK . Seattle . Science . . . Phi Gamma Delta . Sophomore Class president . Frosh Crew . Scabbard and Blade . Cadet Ball WILLIAM BROOKS . Seattle . Liberal Arts . . . Theta Xi SHIRLEY BROWN . Seattle . Liberal Arts FRANK BROWNING . Seattle . Engineering . . . Zeta Psi . Tau Beta Pi . Zeta Mu Tau JAMES BRYSON . Sedro-Woolley . Law BURL BUFKIN . Amarillo, Texas . Economics and Business . . . Chi Psi . Football . Big "W" Club - ERLING BUGGE . Seattle . Architecture . . . Atelier . Tau Sigma Delta ' BORGHILD BULOW . Seattle . Education . . . AWS HARRY BURDICK . Seattle . Liberal Arts HENRY BURKE . Seattle . Economics and Business . . . Frosh Crew . Track EIYVQIERURKHALTER . Tacoma . Liberal Arts . . . Zeta Tau Alpha . Ad Club . BARBARA BURNS . Spokane . Liberal Arts . . . Delta Gamma BYRON BURNES . Seattle . Economics and Business . . . Lambda Chi Alpha . Scabbard and Blade . Interfraternity Council president . Cadet Ball RUSSELL BURNS . Pocatello, Idaho . Law . . . Sigma Chi GLENN BURROWS . Seattle . Engineering . . . Alpha Kappa Lambda . Purple Shield . Knights of the Hook . AIEE . Basketball manager '32, '33 ELEANORE BUSHNELL . Seattle. Liberal Arts . . . Kappa Kappa Gamma . Mortar Board . Sigma Epsilon Sigma . Debate OLUF BYE . Bothell . Economics and Business . . . Alpha Delta Sigma president Daily assistant business manager J OE BYINGTON . Yakima . Economics and Business . . . Delta Sigma Phi ,I EAN BIORGE . Cathlamet . Liberal Arts HELEN CALDBICK . Everett . Liberal Arts . . . Alpha Xi Delta t GEORGE CAMERON . Victoria, British Columbia . Liberal Arts . . . Delta Tau Delta LEO CAMP . Thornton . Liberal Arts GERALD CAMPBELL . Kennewick . Liberal'Arts . . . Boxing . Independent Club . Tillicums . Daily . Tyee QUINN CAMPBELL . Victoria, British Columbia . Engineering . . . Sigma Alpha Epsilon . ASME . AER FRANKLIN CAMPERSON . Seattle . Law . . . Alpha Sigma Phi MARGARET CARDIFF . Spokane . Liberal Arts . . . Alpha Delta Pi PAT CARDIN . Tacoma . Liberal Arts . . . Phi Delta Theta FRANK CAREY . Seattle . Engineering . . . AIEE . Frosh Crew '29 KATHRYN CARLETON . Dufur, Oregon . Liberal Arts . . . Chi Omega R. C. CARLSON . Seattle . Forestry . . . Tau Phi Delta . Forest Club .I OSEPHINE CARSKADDEN . Seattle . Liberal Arts . . . Orchesis . WAA . Lambda Rho treasurer . Dance Drama '31, '32, '33 ELIZABETH CASE . Seattle . Liberal Arts . . . Kappa Alpha Theta IOR ASTRID CEDER . Seattle . Science . . . Phrateres . Home Economics Club . 1 Inkwell Club J 2 LENART CEDER . Seattle . Science MARCELLO CENTENERO . Seattle . Liberal Arts 5 3 MARGARETE CHALFANT . Seattle . Liberal Arts . . . Sigma Epsilon Sigma . Totem Club . Delta Phi Alpha vice president . Theta of Phrateres. AWS . German Club secretary . Standards and Advisory chairman Phrateres . Glee Club HELEN CHALLISS . Seattle . Business and Economics Administration . . . Kappa Kappa Gamma . Mortar Board president . Totem Club AUDREY CHAMPREUX . Seattle . Liberal Arts . . . Delta Delta Delta . Totem Club vice president . AWS executive chairman . Spurs . Town Girls vice president . Junior Prom . Campus Day J EANNE CHAMPREUX . Seattle . Law . . . Delta Delta Delta G. KENNETH CHAPLIN . Seattle . Forestry . . . Forestry Club MELVIN CHAPMAN . Pateros . Business and Economics Administration . . . Theta Chi , MILDRED CHARLES . Seattle . Liberal Arts . . . Alpha Omicron Pi . AWS ARLIENE CHEADLE . Seattle . Liberal Arts . . . Totem Club . AWS treasurer AWS Concert Committee chairman '33, '34 VIRGINIO CHIAPPA . Seattle . Science PAUL CHITTENDEN . Seattle . Liberal Arts . . . Kappa Sigma . Scabbard and Blade . Cadet Ball '34 THOMAS CHITTENDEN . Seattle . Science . . . Chi Phi E. LLOYD CHRISTIAN . Seattle . Science . . . Scabbard and Blade HAROLD CHRISWELL . Seattle . Forestry . . . Tau Phi Delta . Xi Sigma Phi PRISCILLA CHURCH . Tacoma . Science . . . Pi Beta Phi . Iota Sigma Pi . Sigma Epsilon LEROY CIVILLE . Pomona, California . Journalism . . . Sigma Alpha Epsilon . Daily OWEN CLARKE . Yakima . Law . . . Phi Gamma Delta . Delta Theta Phi TED CLARKE . Bellingham . Education . . . Alpha Sigma Phi BUZZ CLIFFORD . Seattle . Business and Economics Administration . . . Delta Upsilon . Alpha Delta Sigma . Golf . Minor "W" Club president RUTH COATS . Seattle . Science HENRY P. COCHRANE . Seattle . Engineering . . . ASCE . United States Naval Institute JOE CODD . Spokane . Science . . . Zeta Psi CAROLINE COFFMAN . Chehalis . Liberal Arts . . . Delta Gamma . Mortar Board . Totem Club . Theta Sigma Phi . Gamma Alpha 'Chi . AWS Publicity chairman . Tyee editor . Daily associate editor FREDERICK COHEN . Bremerton . Law EDWIN J. COLBERT . Twin Falls . Engineering . . . Varsity Boat Club . Crew '33, '34 ROBERT COLBY . Sunnyside . Chemical Engineering . . . Ammonii Socii ROBERT COLE . Olympia . Liberal Arts . . . Beta Theta Pi ELIZABETH COLE . Seattle . Liberal Arts . . . YWCA . Glee Club . AWS JOHN COLEMAN . Seattle . Business and Economics Administration . . . Delta Chi . -Boxing . Hockey CLARE COLLINS . Seattle . Liberal Arts . . . Sigma Phi Sigma . Knights of Hook . Rally chairman . Homecoming . Varsity Ball MARY DICK COMPTON . McMinnville, Oregon . Science . .' . Kappa Kappa Gamma EMELINE CONGDON . Seattle . Science . . . Sigrria Kappa MARY J O CONLEY . Seattle . Liberal Arts . . . Newman Club CAROLYN CONOVER . Seattle . Liberal Arts . . . Delta Delta Delta . YWCA JOHN CONRAD . Seattle . Business and Economics Administration . . . Phi Kappa Psi . Frosh Track . Baseball RICHARD COOK . Seattle . Law . . . Beta Theta Pi . Basketball . Baseball . 1 Junior Class treasurer ' 1 LESLIE COOPER . Everett . Business and Economics Administration .,, . i Beta Theta Pi . Minor "W" Club . Swimming '33, '34, '35 as ! E ROBERT W. COPELAND . Tacoma . Law . . . Compass and Chart . h Washington Law Club 44 CHAMP CORSER . Seattle . Engineering JOHN COREY . Seattle . Engineering . . . Delta Upsilon . Oval Club . president Fir Tree . Scabbard and Blade . Crew manager . Varsity Boat Club LAVELLE COSPER . Walla Walla . Business and Economic Administration . . . Lambda Chi Alpha . BetaAAlpha Xi . Compass and Chart . Debate Freshmen LEWANA COTTIN . Seattle . Science . . . Medical Club president . Bacteriology Club . Attic Players . Women's Athletic'Association JOHN COUZENS . Tacoma . Law . . . Beta Theta Pi WHEELER COY . Great Falls, Montana . Business anal Economic Administration Delta Sigma Phi . Scabbard and Blade . Daily '30, '31 MARY COYLE . Seattle . Liberal Arts . . . Theta Sigma Phi . Orchesis . Dance Drama . Varsity Ball ALLAN CRAIG . Seattle . Science WEN DELL CRANE . Seattle . Engineering . . . Beta Kappa . Purple Shield . Interfraternity Council . Compass and Chart EUGENE CROSSETT . Seattle . Economics and Business . . . Swimming Team '34, '35 FRED CROWL . Wenatchee . Economics and' Business . . . Sigma Phi Epsilon LAWRENCE CULTER . Seattle . Liberal Arts . . . Psi Upsilon FRANK CULP . Wenatchee . Engineering . . . Chi Phi ADELAIDE CURRIE . Seattle . Liberal Arts . . . Delta Zeta LEWIS DAHL . Skagway, Alaska . Science . . . Pi Kappa Alpha . Pi Mu Chi JOHN DAIL . Seattle . Economics and' Business . . . Delta Sigma Phi . Golf '32 CARL DAKAN . Seattle . Economics and Business . . . Alpha Tau Omega . Beta Gamma Sigma . Track . Spiked Shoe Club ROBERT DALEY . Jerome, Idaho . Engineering . . . Sigma Nu . ASME ERLING DANIELS . Seattle . Engineering WILLIAM DANSIE . Seattle . Engineering . . . ASME . Pilgrinfs Club WILLIAM DANZ . Seattle . Economics and Business . . . Zeta Beta Tau DRAYTON DAVIDSON . Seattle . Liberal Arts . . . Chi Phi . Basketball manager '30, '31 HOWARD DAVIDSON . Seattle . Economics and Business . . . Alpha Tau Omega . Scabbard and Blade . Cadet Ball '32 . Fine Arts Ball '32 GRACE MAY DAVIES . Seattle . Science r. . . Zeta Tau Alpha . Totem Club . .IGV chairman . Junior Prom . YWCA cabinet BETTY LOU DAVIS . Seattle . Liberal Arts . . . Theta of Phrateres EUGENIA DAVIS . Centralia . Education . . . Lambda of Phrateres . Physical Education Club HAROLD DAVIS . Everett . Engineering ROGER DAWES . Bellevue . Engineering . . . Alpha Sigma Phi . Compass and Chart . Big "W" Club I JACK DAWLEY . Seattle . Economics and Business . . . Compass and Chart . Varsity Fencing Team . Foil and Mask vice president VIRGINIA DEAN . Seattle . Science . . . Alpha Chi Omega . YWCA . AWS . Home Economics Club ' RALF DECKER . Coeur d'Alene, Idaho . Architecture . . . Pi Kappa Phi JEANNE DE FRIEL . Seattle . Liberal Arts LOIS DELANO . Seattle . Liberal Arts . . . DAR . Mortar Board . Phrateres president . AWS Standards Committee LOIS DENNY . Seattle . Liberal Arts . . . Sigma Epsilon Sigma HOWARD DENT . Edmonds . Law . . . Alpha Sigma Phi . Phi Alpha Delta . Wrestling LOUIS DEWEY . Okanogan . Science . . . Sigma Alpha Epsilon MILFORD DE YOUNG . Woodinville . Economics and Business ROBERT DIEHL . Bellingham . Economics and Business . . . Chi Psi CLIFFORD DIEMOND . Pasco . Engineering . . . Phi Kappa Tau . Interfraternity Council A MAXIN E DOCTER . Seattle . Liberal Arts . . . Alpha Epsilon Phi E IOR DORIS DONAHEY . Yakima . Liberal Arts as MARY DOOLING . Seattle . Liberal Arts . . . Delta Delta Delta HENRY DOUGAN . Seattle . Law . . . Chi Phi . Knights of the Hook president '32 Senior Class president . Sophomore Class treasurer THOMAS DOUMANI . Seattle . Engineering . . . Phi Lambda Upsilon . Sigma Xi . Ammonii Socii ' KELLY DOWD . Mt. Vernon . . . Psi Upsilon MARGARET DOWLING . Seattle . Liberal Arts MARY DREW . Seattle . Liberal Arts . . . Sociology Club VIVIAN DRUMMOND . Seattle . Science . . . WAA . Physical Education Club . Roger Williams Club REBECCA DU BOIS . Vancouver . Liberal Arts . . . Alpha Chi Omega . .IGV Trio AWS JANE DUFFY . Spokane . Liberal Arts . . . Delta Delta Delta WENDELL DUNCAN . Tacoma . Law . . . Chi Phi . Pi Delta Phi E. GERARD DUNFORD . Seattle . Forestry . . . Tau Phi Delta president MAURICE DUNN . Seattle . Liberal Arts . . . Chi Psi . Varsity Boat Club JOSEPHINE DURYEE . Everett . Liberal Arts . . . Sigma Kappa KENNETH DURYEE . Seattle . Economics and Business . . . Chi Phi . Oval Club Senior Frosh Baseball manager ROBERT DUVALL . Seattle . Science . . . Newman Club . Botany Club . Tyee CALVIN DYER . Seattle . Engineering . . . Pi Kappa Alpha FRANK EASTMAN . Seattle . Liberal Arts . . . Chi Psi MARGARET EASTMAN . Winlock . Education . . . Theta of Phrateres Newman Club BETTY ECCLESTON . Yakima . Liberal Arts . . . Kappa Delta ' CHARLES ECCLESTON . Yakima . Liberal Arts . . . Phi Kappa Psi . Boxing JOHN EDIN GER . Centralia . Liberal Arts . . . Delta Upsilon . Sigma Delta Chi Daily assistant copy editor ELAINE EHLINGER . Spokane . Science . . . Delta Delta Delta . Home Economics Club DONALD ELBERSON . Seattle . Economics and Business . . . Beta Theta Pi ANNA LOUISE ENGDAHL . Spokane . Liberal Arts . . . Delta Delta Delta WILLIAM ENKEBOLL . Bremerton . Engineering . . . Beta Kappa . Zeta Mu Tau . ASCE HELEN ERICKSON . Richland . Liberal Arts . . . Tyee '35 ERIC ERICSSON . Bellingham . Engineering . . . Sigma Pi ARNE ERIKSEN . Seattle . Chemical Engineering LOUISE EVANS . Bellingham . Education . . . Beta of Phrateres ROGER EVANS . Seattle . Liberal Arts . . . Phi Gamma Delta . Oval Club . Senior Basketball manager . Junior Council manager . Tyee PALMER EVANSON . Seattle . Economics anal Business . . . Zeta Psi . Beta Alpha Psi president . BA Council president EDITH FARMER . Seattle . Science . . . Alpha Delta Pi . Sigma Eta Chi GERALD FIELDS . Seattle . . . Pi Kappa Alpha GREGORY FIELDS . Seattle . Economics and Business . . . Phi Sigma Kappa . Pan Xenia . Purple Shield . Wrestling PAUL FELLMAN . Aberdeen . Economics and Business . . . Tau Kappa Epsilon Pan Xenia ' HARRIET FERCH . Seattle . Liberal Arts . . . Mu Phi Epsilon president ALBERT FETTA . Seattle . Economics and Business . . . Kappa Sigma RONALD FETTERLEY . Seattle . Economics and Business . . . Beta Kappa . Alpha Delta Sigma . Interfraternity Council . Daily Business Staff ROBERT F ICKEL . Everett . Liberal Arts . . . Phi Delta Theta 416 SENIJOR 4- 7 A ' IDA FINK . Seattle . Liberal Arts MARCELINE FINK . Seattle . Liberal Arts . . . Delta Gamma . Tyee WILLIAM FISHER . Bellingham . Education . . . YMCA Board . Glee Club . Junior Prom . Varsity Ball ELSIE FITTON . Seattle . Fine Arts . . . Kappa Delta . Mortar Board . Totem Club . YWCA ELLEN FITZGERALD . Seattle . Economics and Business . . . BA Women's Vocational Club , CATHERINE F ITZPATRICK . Seattle . Liberal Arts . . . Phi Alpha Rho AGNES FLOE . Seattle . Liberal Arts . . . Sigma Kappa . J GV '31, '32 HALDIS FLOE . Seattle . Liberal Arts . . . Sigma Kappa ODN EY FLOE . Seattle . Science . . . Sigma Kappa . Spurs vice president J. MAURICE FLUKE . Tacoma . Engineering . . . Tau Beta1Pi president . Compass and Chart CHARLES FLYNN . Everett . Liberal Arts . . . Phi Gamma Delta RUTH F ORSTER . Seattle . Liberal Arts . . . Pilgrim Club . University Ski Club AWS PHILIP FOSS . Kent . Economics and Business . . . Th8liil.XXi . Alpha Delta Sigma Scabbard and Blade ' JULIA ANNE FOSTER . Seattle . Liberal Arts . . . Alpha Phi . Psi Chi JACK FOWLDS . Seattle . Economics and Business . . . Delta Kappa Epsilon . Pan Xenia . Senior Representative on Board of Control . Junior Prom RAYMOND FOX . Seattle . Liberal Arts . . . Sigma Pi . Gamma Beta Chi. Varsity Ball co-chairman . Junior Prom chairman '34 ETHELWYNNE FRAISHER . San Fernando, California . Science SHIRLEY MAE F RAZER . Seattle . Liberal Arts . . . Alpha Phi . WAA Board . Women's Rifle Team manager THELMA FREEMAN . Seattle . Liberal Arts . . . Beta of Phrateres RICHARD F RETWELL . Seattle . Economics and Business . . . Chi Psix HERMANN FRIEDLANDER . Seattle . Engineering . . . Zeta Mu Tau CHARLES FUJISHIGE . Seattle . Electrical Engineering . . . Japanese Students' Club KENNETH FULLER . Seattle . Liberal Arts . . . Sigma Phi Epsilon . Basketball ROBERT FULLER . Seattle . Liberal Arts . . . Tau Phi Delta . Xi Sigma Pi . Forestry Club . Interfraternity Council . Varsity Band . Engineers' Informal ELIZABETH FULTON . Asotin . Liberal Arts . . . DAR JOE GABEL . Chehalis . Economics and Business . . . ChigPsi JOHN GABLE . Everett . Education . . . Sigma Phi Sigma . Track '34, '35 MARY GALBRAITH . Seattle . Liberal Arts . . . Kappa Kappa Gamma ROBERT GALER . Seattle . Commercial Engineering . . . Phi Kappa Sigma . Oval Club . Big "W" Club . Compass and Chart . F rosh Track and Basketball . Varsity Basketball FRED GALER . Seattle . Economics and Business . . . Sigma Phi Epsilon . Big "W" Club . Oval Club . Spiked Shoe . Varsity Track '32, '33 . Captain '34 PATRICIA GARLICK . Burlington .Science . . . Delta Delta Delta . YWCA MITCHELL GASPAROVICH . Aberdeen . Law . . . Tau Kappa Epsilon JOHN GAUNTLETT . Seattle . Engineering . . . Alpha Delta Phi CAROLINE GEARHART . Seattle . Liberal Arts . . . Chimes of Phrateres . Mortar Board . Totem Club . Tau Kappa Alpha . Women's Debate . YWCA Council . AWS Cabinet CLARENCE A. GERBER . Colfax . Engineering . . . Scabbard and Blade . ASME president ' GERALDINE GERBER . Seattle . Liberal Arts MAXINE GERBER . Seattle . Fine Arts . . . Lambda Rho . YWCA Cabinet WILLIAM J. GHIGLIONE . Seattle . Economics and Business . . . Kappa Sigma Alpha Delta Sigma ,I , JEAN GIBB . Vancouver, British Columbia . Science . . . Delta Gamma. Home Economics Club . Home Economics Teas chairman . YWCA WafHe Breakfast . Junior Prom MARGARET GIBONEY . Seattle . Liberal Arts . . . Alpha Delta Pi . Phi Chi Delta . Westminster Club E IOR EARL GIBSON . Seattle . Economics and Business . . . Phi Sigma Kappa . Alpha Delta Sigma . Compass and Chart ' ' JAMES GILMAN . Seattle . Economics and Business . . . Compass and Chart RUTH GJ ESDAHL . Seattle . Liberal Arts . . . Alpha Delta Pi . Daily society editor . Summer School Journal . Tyee . Totem Club . Theta Sigma Phi J OSEPHINE GOODNER . Seattle . Liberal Arts . . . Mu Phi Epsilon JANE GORDON . Seattle . Liberal Arts . . . Chi Omega KATHARINE COULD .Burlington . Liberal Arts . . . Delta Delta Delta MARIAN COULD . Burlington . Law . . . Delta Delta Delta . Pi Sigma Alpha JANET GRANT . Seattle . Liberal Arts . . . Alpha Chi Omega . YWCA Cabinet JOHN B. GRAY . Seattle . Engineering . . . Zeta Mu Tau . Tau Beta Pi . AIEE PRISCILLA GRAY . Seattle . Liberal Arts . . . Delta Gamma ROBERT GRAY . Puyallup . Economics and Business . . . Delta Upsilon . Alpha Delta Sigma . BA Council WILLARD GRAY . Tacoma . Science . . . Phi Kappa Tau RUTH GRAY . Tacoma . Liberal Arts . . . Delta Gamma . Mu Phi Epsilon NANCY GREEN . Seattle . Liberal Arts DOROTHY GRIFF EN . Seattle . Liberal Arts . . . Delta Gamma . Mortar Board . Totem Club . AWS Fireside chairman . Associated Arts chairman '34 ELVIRA GRIGGS . Tacoma . Liberal Arts . . . Kappa Kappa Gamma HOWARD GRIMM . Centralia . Liberal Arts . . . Sigma Nu . Frosh Football GAGE GRITMAN . Spokane . Liberal Arts . . . Phi Delta Theta . A Baseball manager JOY GWIN . Seattle . Liberal Arts . . . Beta of Phrateres . WEA RUEBEN HAAPALA . Puyallup . Liberal Arts . . . Minor "W" Club . Wrestling '34-, '35 CONSTANCE HACKETT . Centralia . Economics and Business LEWIS HAGBO . Bremerton . Engineering ANNETTE HALL . Spokane . Science . . . Phi Alpha Rho . Newman Club president BOB HOLLOWAY . Seattle . Liberal Arts . . . Phi Sigma Kappa . Scabbard and Blade . Alpha Delta Sigma JAMES H. HAMBIDGE . Everett . Economics and Business . . . Sigma Alpha Epsilon . Track TALLMADGE G. HAMILTON . Seattle . Liberal Arts . . . Phi Kappa Tau . Scabbard and Blade . Rifle Team '32, '33, 34' . Manager '35 RANDALL HAMM . Auburn . Science . . . Adelphi . Zeta Mu Tau . Phi Lambda Epsilon HARRIET HANCOX . Spokane . Liberal Arts . . . Pi Beta Phi . Phi Mu Gamma . All-University Plays LIDA HANNA . Independence, Oregon . Education . . . Alpha Xi Delta . YWCA MARY ANN HANNAN . Seattle . Science . . . Alpha Chi Omega . Sigma Epsilon GEORGE HANNAY . Seattle . Economics ancl Business . . . Phi Gamma Delta JOHN R. HANSEN . Superior, Montana . Engineering . . . Kappa Sigma CHARLES HARDING . Seattle . Science . . . German Club JAMES HARDING . Spokane . Economics and Business JACK HARDY . Tacoma . Science . . . Sigma Nu . Pi Mu Chi . Minor Sports senior manager CARRA HARLAN . Nome, Alaska . Liberal Arts . . . Chi Omega MELBA HARMON . Seattle . Liberal Arts JOHN HARMS . Cosmopolis . Economics and Business . . . Band BONNIE ELIZABETH HARPER . Seattle . Liberal Arts . . . Pi Beta Phi. Totem Club . Spurs . Student Affairs . Standards Varsity Ball . Rally WILLIAM H. HARRIES . Edmonds . Electrical Engineering . . . AIEE 4 8 IOR BETTY M. HARRIS . Seattle . Science . . . Totem Club . Home Economics Club Standards . WAA president ELIZABETH L. HARRIS . Seattle . Liberal Arts . . . Delta Gamma . Totem Club Sophomore representative Board of Control SAM HARRIS . Seattle . Pharmacy HENRY A. HARRISON . Seattle . Forestry . . . Tau Phi Delta . Forestry Club ROBERT C. HART . Quilcene . Engineering . . . Scabbard and Blade . AIEE BETTY HARTNETT . Seattle . Liberal Arts . . . Theta Sigma Phi . Gamma Alpha Chi . Daily '30, '33, '34 . Tyee '32, '33, '34 . Columns '33 . AWS . Ad Club . YWCA CLEDA HARVEY . LaGrande, Oregon . Science . . . Harborview Student Nurses' Club president WILLIAM HARVEY . Spokane . Liberal Arts . . . Phi Kappa Psi ROBERT HAWES . Seattle . Liberal Arts . . . Beta Theta Pi . Interiraternity Dance chairman '34 . High School Leaders' Conference assistant chairman '33 . Varsity Ball '33 ALBERT HAWKINS . Yakima . Chemical Engineering . . . Ammonii Socii . Phi Lambda Upsilon . Tau Beta Pi DOROTHY HAYES . Seattle . Liberal Arts . . . Beta Phi Alpha . Spurs RUTH HAYS . Seattle . Economics and Business . . . Big Sisters BILL HEAMAN . White Salmon . Civil Engineering . . . Sigma Chi . Tennis Senior manager . Intramurals Senior F rosh Manager . ASCE . Engineering Council SIGRID HEDIN . Seattle . Liberal Arts . . . Alpha Delta Pi. Theta Sigma Phi president . Totem Club . Senior Class vice president . "It Is Done" editor . Tyee associate editor . Daily associate editor SUSIE LEE HEINES . Seattle . . . Chimes of Phrateres president . Phrateres Cabinet and Council . Gamma Alpha Chi . WAA . Big Sisters assistant chairman . Junior Prom BRUCE HELBERG . Longview . Journalism . . . Theta Delta Chi . Sigma Delta Chi . Purple Shield . Tyee editorial staff . Daily sports editor . Elections chairman '33 . Defeated Candidates Club LAVINIA HEMINGWAY . Seattle . Science . . . Chi Omega . Omicron Nu HERBERT HEMMEN . Seattle . Engineering . . . Phi Alpha Rho . Phi Lambda Upsilon . Newman Club . Engineers' Open House ISABEL HENDERSON . Bellingham . Fine Arts . . . Kappa Kappa Gamma MARY LOU HENDREY . Seattle -Music . . . Delta Gamma ROMONA HENN . Seattle . Education . . . Beta of Phrateres VIRGIL HEPTON . Spokane . Economics and Business TOM HERBERT . Seattle . Liberal Arts . . . Tau Kappa Alpha . Hammer and Cofiin . Drama . Speech ELEANOR HERVIN . Seattle . Liberal Arts . . . Totem Club . YWCA MARGARET HERZ . Seattle . Liberal Arts . . . YWCA . Totem Club treasurer . Attic Players secretary . Women's Rifle Team . Waffle Breakfast chairman '35 . Finance chairman MARJORIE HESS . Seattle . Liberal Arts . . . Alpha Delta Pi . Totem Club . Spurs treasurer . ASUW secretary MARIE HICKMAN . Seattle . Liberal Arts . . . Kappa Phi VIVIAN HICKMAN . Monroe . Education . . . Tolo . Pi Lambda Theta . WAA . WEA . PE Club . WILLIAM HILANDS . Portland, Oregon . Mechanical Engineering . . . Chi Psi Compass and Chart . ASME secretary-treasurer ROBERT HILL . Seattle . Liberal Arts . . . Theta Xi . Interfraternity Council . Alpha Delta Sigma . Knights of the Hook secretary-treasurer . Stunt Duke DON HILL . Bremerton . Mines . . . Sigma Phi Epsilon . Tennis manager ELIZABETH HILL . Seattle . Home Economics . . . Zeta Tau Alpha JOHN HILL . Seattle. Science . . . Theta Xi MARIORIE HILL . Seattle . Liberal Arts . . . .I GV . Studio Theatre FRANCES HINES . Yakima . Liberal Arts . . . Kappa Alpha Theta . Mortar Board . Totem Club TRUMAN HINKLE . Seattle . Economics and Business . . . Phi Gamma Delta LEO HIRSCHORN . Cle Elum . Pharmacy FRED HISLOP . Everett . Law . . . Kappa Sigma . Phi Delta Phi LESTER HITCHCOCK . Seattle . Engineering . . . Beta Kappa . Tau Beta Pi . Sigma Xi . Zeta Mu Tau president . Scahbard and Blade JOHN HITT . Bremerton . . . Beta Kappa . Tau Beta Pi . Zeta Mu Tau . Engineering Council . AIEE . Engineers' Informal chairman '35 SE IOR S. WARREN HOBBS . Issaquah . Science . . . Pi Kappa Phi RICHARD HODGE . Tacoma . Law . . . Theta Chi MARGARET HOGE . Seattle . Liberal Arts . . . Alpha Chi Omega . AWS Executive Board . Cadet Ball . ASUW Board of Control junior representative Totem Club . Junior Prom . Homecoming BETTY HOLMAN . Seattle . Liberal Arts . . . Delta Delta Delta . Mortar Board Totem Club . YWCA president BILL HOOTON . Everett . Engineering . . . Theta Xi . Tau Beta Pi . Phi Lambda Upsilon I JAY HORNBEAK . Texas . Economics and Business . . . Chi Psi . Varsity Football . Big "W" Club DOROTHY HORSFALL . Seattle . Liberal Arts . . . Gamma Phi Beta . Totem Club . ASUW Board of Control . Senior Representative KATHERINE HORTON . Seward, Alaska . Liberal Arts CARL HOSSMAN . Seattle . Economics and Business . . . Sigma Nu . Spiked Shoe Club . Big "W" Club GILBERT HOUGHTON . Spokane . Liberal Arts . . . Sigma Chi DON HOWARD . Seattle . Economics and Business . . . Delta Kappa Epsilon . Pan Xenia . Golf '34 . Battalion Commander NROTC . Compass and Chart WILLIAM HOWARD . Seattle . Liberal Arts . . . Minor "W' 'Club . Golf JOHN HOWE . Seattle . Liberal Arts . . . Sigma Nu . Columns business manager Minor "W" Club LUCILE HOWES . Seattle . Science . . . Nurses' Club LARRY HUBBARD . Edmonds . Liberal Arts . . . Phi Sigma Kappa . ASUW vice president '33 J UD HUBBART . Seattle . Liberal Arts . . . Theta Chi . Sigma Delta Chi . Daily Hammer and CoHin PHILIP HUEMMER . Portland, Oregon . Chemical Engineering . . . Chi Psi . Crew . Varsity Boat Club EMMETT HUGHES . Olympia . Law . . . Kappa Sigma . Scabbard and Blade BERWIN HULBERT . Aberdeen . Liberal Arts . . . Kappa Alpha Theta FRIDOLF HULEEN . Aberdeen . Economics and Business . . . Phi Kappa Psi . Pi Sigma Alpha . Phi Theta Kappa CLARENCE HULFORD . Seattle . Economics and Business KATHLEEN HUNTER . Seattle . Liberal Arts . . . DAR . AWS DAVID HUNTOON . Seattle . Liberal Arts . . . Phi Gamma Delta Varsity Debate '33 . Track '32 . Scabbard and Blade MARGARET HURD . Seattle . Liberal Arts . . . Gamma Phi Beta . YWCA Council . Lambda Rho . Junior Prom . Varsity Ball secretary . Rally Committee I JOHN HUTCHINSON . Seattle . Law . . . Alpha Sigma Phi ELLIS HYATT . Spokane . Law . . . Delta Upsilon KATE HYLAND . Seattle . Liberal Arts TOM IRIYE . Portland, Oregon . Pharmacy . . . Japanese Students' Club . Rho Chi . Sigma Xi KENJI ITO . Kent . Law . . . Tau Kappa Alpha . Japanese Students' Club president . Debate HENRY JACKSON . Everett . Law . . . Delta Chi . Phi Delta Phi . Junior Basketball manager BARBARA JACOBSON . Seattle . Liberal Arts . . . Kappa Kappa Gamma . Matrix Table . Totem Club . Varsity Ball . Junior Prom . Cadet Ball . Panhellenic Campus Day . High School Leaders' Conference '33, '34 LEO JACOBSON . Tacoma . Liberal Arts . . . Acacia . Compass and Chart . Glee Club . Homecoming '32 . Junior Prom DONOVAN JAMES . Renton . Science . . . Foil and Mask GORDON JAMES . Spokane . Economics and Business MARGARET JAMES . Cashmere . Liberal Arts . . . Kappa of Phrateres IVA VAL JANKELSON . Seattle . Science CARLTON JENCKS . Spokane . Science . . . Sigma Pi Sigma NANA J ENNINGS . Oklahoma City, Oklahoma . Liberal Arts . . . Alpha Delta Pi Orchesis . Dance Drama . Matrix Table DOROTHY J EWELL . Seattle . Liberal Arts . . . Alpha Omicron Pi . Ad Club ADELINE J OHNSEN . Seattle .Economics and Business . . . Gamma Alpha Chi 50 IOR 51 ARTHUR JOHNSON . Seattle . Economics and Business BOB JOHNSON . Everett . Liberal Arts . . . Delta Chi MARY JOHNSON . Ketchikan, Alaska . Liberal Arts . . . Zeta Tau Alpha ROY JOHNSON . Seattle . Economics and Business WAYNE JOHNSON . Aberdeen . Journalism . . . Tau Kappa Epsilon CARL JONASSON . Sedro-Woolley . Engineering . . . Pilgrim Club . Roger Williams Club president . YMCA ALICE JONES . Seattle . Science . . . Nu of Phrateres HARRY JONES . Seattle . Law . . . Psi Upsilon HERMAN JORGENSEN . Yacolt . Science . . . Am1nonii'Socii . Compass and Chart LAWRENCE JORIS . Seattle . Forestry . . . Tau Phi Delta . Scabbard and Blade Forestry Club . Engineering Council . Yell Staff ANNE KAHLKE . Seattle . University College . . . Alpha Xi Delta BOYNTON KAMB . Mount Vernon . Economics and Business . . . Delta Tau Delta TOSHIJ I KANAYA . Seattle . Liberal Arts HELEN KANTNER . Everett . Science . . . Kappa Kappa Gamma . Home Economics . Omicron Nu president LILLIAN KASS . Seattle . Liberal Arts LEON KATCHESOFF . Seattle . Engineering . . . ASME . AER DORIS KEENE . Seattle . Liberal Arts . . . Zeta Tau Alpha ARTHUR KELLOGG . Seattle . Law . . . Tau Kappa Epsilon DOROTHY KELSEY . Seattle . Science . . . Delta Gamma CHARLES KEMP . Tacoma . Science . . . Scabbard and Blade secretary . Pi Mu Chi . Premedics Club STANLEY KENT . Seattle . Economics and Business . . . Compass and Chart ELEANOR KERNS . Seattle . Liberal Arts . . . Gamma Phi Beta . Lambda Rho vice president ' ELLEN KERR . Seattle . Law . . . Alpha Xi Delta JOHN KIENAST . Bellingham . Law . . . Psi Upsilon ANNE KILBERER . Seattle . Liberal Arts MERLE KIMBALL . Seattle . Liberal Arts . . . Adelphi HYLAN KING . Merced, California . Economics and Business . . . Alpha Sigma Phi JOHN KING . Tacoma . Economics and Business . . . Delta Kappa Epsilon . Big HW" Club . Spiked Shoe Club . Track GRACE KINGSBURY . Seattle . Education . . . Physical Education Club . Pi Lambda Theta . Orchesis . Women's "W" Club . WAA MARY LEE KIRTON . Seattle . Library . . . Zeta Tau Alpha RUTH KLEIN . Seattle . Education ' JEANNETTE KLEMPTNER . Seattle . Liberal Arts . . . Phi Mu . Totem Club . AWS TOM KLINEFELTER . Seattle . Liberal Arts . . . Chi Psi JOHN KNAPPENBERGER . Portland, Oregon . Economics and Business . . . Chi Psi LEONE KNIGHT . Seattle . Journalism . . . Chimes of Phrateres . Gamma Alpha Chi president . Totem Club ADOLF KOCH . Seattle . Law . . . Zeta Beta Tau . Hammer and Cofiin . Gamma Beta Chi ' GENEVIEVE KOHLER . Seattle . Science . . . Premedics Club ELIZABETH KORTHAUER . Bellingham . Home Economics . . . Alpha Xi Delta LUCILLE KOTKINS . Seattle . Liberal Arts MARIE KRACKE . Seattle . Liberal Arts . . . Theta Upsilon E IOR ED KRETZER . Anaconda, Montana . Liberal Arts . . . Zeta Psi . Purple Shield . Penthouse Players GEORGE KROM . Seattle . Economics and Business . . . Theta Chi . Track '33 ,'34f ELEANOR KRONBLAD . Everett . Science . . . Nurses' Club EVALYN KRUPP . Seattle . Liberal Arts . . . Lambda of Phrateres . WAA . Swim Club . Hike Club . Tennis GEORGE KUNZ . Tacoma . . . Premedics Club . Zeta Psi JOSEPH LAKE- . Spokane . Liberal Arts . . . Phi Kappa Psi ALICE LAMB . I-Ioquiam . Economics and Business . . . Kappa Kappa Gamma . AWS MARGARET LAMIMAN . Seattle . Science . . . WAA . Women's "W" Club president . Physical Education Club WILBUR LANDAAS . Seattle . Liberal Arts . . . Compass and Chart . Chairman of Navy Ball '35 VIRGINIA LANDRAM . Tacoma . Liberal Arts . . . Delta Gamma . Totem Club . AWS GUTHRIE LANGSDORF . Vancouver . Law . . . Beta Theta Pi MILAN LANY . Tanganyika Territory, East Africa . Liberal Arts . . . Delta Phi Alpha DOROTHY LARSEN . Seattle . Economics and Business CHRYSTELLE LASSEN . Seattle . Liberal Arts . . . Beta Sigma Omicron . Daily . YWCA JOHN LAUGHLIN . Miles City,4 Montana . University College . . . Phi Kappa Psi . Senior Frosh Crew Manager ROBERT LAUGHLIN . Chehalis . Mechanical Engineering . . . Chi Psi EMIL LAUKES . Chicago, Illinois . Economics and Business Sigma Alpha Epsilon . Baseball LEO LAURIE . Seattle . Liberal Arts . . . Sigma Alpha Mu GLADYS LAWLOR . Seattle . Liberal Arts . . . Kappa Delta . Panhellenic . YWCA Council CARL LAWRENCE . Seattle . Liberal Arts . . . WEA CHARLES LAWRENCE . Buffalo, Wyoming . Economics and Business Sigma Alpha Epsilon . Junior Crew manager . Scabbard and Blade MARY VIRGINIA LAWRENCE . Seattle . Science . . . Kappa Phi . Sigma Epsilon . Premedics Club . Vagabonds secretary . WAA . YWCA Council VIRGINIA LAWRENCE . Seattle . Science . . . Sigma Epsilon . Kappa Phi . WAA . YWCA Cabinet l34, '35 . Vagabonds SAM LAWSON . Seattle . Pharmacy . . . Rho Chi. Volleyball JACK LAYMAN . Toppenish . Chemical Engineering . . . Engineering Council . Ammonii Socii KENNETH LEACH . South Bend . Liberal Arts . . . Tau Kappa Epsilon . Track DAVE LEAR . Seattle . Economics and Business . . . Alpha Delta Phi . Beta Gamma Sigma . Senior manager Intramural Sports . Minor "W" Club Foil and Mask CHELK LEE . Rangoon, Burma . Engineering MARGARET LEE . Kelso . Liberal Arts DOROTHY LEEDE . Seattle . Liberal Arts . . . Delta Delta Delta . Delta Phi Alpha . Senior Class secretary . Matrix Table . .TGV Chairman SAMUEL LEIGLAND . Great Falls, Montana . Engineering . . . Alpha Sigma Phi JESSAMINE LESOURD . Seattle . Economics and Business . . . DAR JOSEPH LEVINE . Seattle . Liberal Arts GERTRUDE LEWIS . Seattle . Liberal Arts . . . Phi Omega Pi . Spurs MARX LIBBY . Seattle . Electrical Engineering. . . . AIEE president . Scabbard and Blade RUDY LINIGER . Yakima . Engineering . . . Sigma Phi Epsilon BENTON LIPPMAN . Seattle . Engineering . . . .I GV '32 CLARENCE LIRHUS . Seattle . Law . . . Beta Theta Pi . Frosh Baseball . Varsity Basketball ELINORE LOFTUS . Bremerton . Home Economics . . . Gamma Phi Beta VIRGINIA LONG . Seattle . Liberal Arts 52 SENIOR 53 FLORENCE LONGAWA . Santa Barbara, California . Liberal Arts BILL LONGMORE . Seattle . Liberal Arts . . . Phi Sigma Kappa . Pilgrim Club vice president WALT LUNSFORD . Seattle . Science . . . Lambda Chi Alpha . Minor "W" Club . Track '33, '34, '35 JOE LUTEY . Seattle . Economics and Business . . . Phi Sigma Kappa . Pan Xenia MARGARET LYNG . Spokane . Liberal Arts . . . Delta Gamma JANET MCARTHUR . Bellingham . Liberal Arts . . . Phi Mu . RiHe Club '34 LUCY MCBURNEY . Seattle . Sociology . . . Phi Chi Delta . Westminster Club WILLIAM MCCAFF RAY . Seattle . Engineering . . . Phi Kappa Sigma . Basketball BILLIE MCCLEARY . Seattle . Liberal Arts . . . Mu Phi Epsilon secretary DORIS MCCLURE . Seattle . Liberal Arts . . . Women's Riiie Team GEORGE MCCORMICK . Seattle . Engineering . . . AIEE . Tillicums .I OE MCDONALD . Bothell . Science . . . Sigma Alpha Epsilon . Pi Mu Chi . Purple Shield . Tyee '31, '32 JAMES MCEACHERAN . Seattle . Electrical Engineering . . . Chi Phi DORIS MCELMON . Blaine . Science . . . Gamma Phi Beta . Sigma Epsilon WEST MCELVROY . Tacoma . Science MARGARET MCEWEN . Goldendale . Liberal Arts . . . Alpha Delta Pi . Orchesis . Sigma Epsilon RUTH MCFARLAND . Fairbanks, Alaska . Liberal Arts . . . Chi Omega JOSEPH MCGINN IS . Chicago, Illinois . Education RAYMOND MCGRATH . Seattle . Engineering . . . Tau Beta Pi . Sigma Xi LEONARD MCGUIRE . Tacoma . Economics and Business CAROL MCINTIRE . Bremerton . Liberal Arts . . . Theta Upsilon . Glee Club BEATRICE MCINTOSH . Seattle . Liberal Arts . . . Gamma Phi Beta . Panhellenic . Junior Queen '34 . Totem Club FRANCES P. MCINTYRE . Seattle . Liberal Arts . . . WEA PAUL MCKNIGHT . Sunnyside . Law . . . Theta Xi . Knights of Hook adviser . Varsity Ball '34 . Junior Prom '34 . Cadet Ball '34 . Rally Committee '35 PAULA MCKNIGHT . Seattle . Liberal Arts . . . Spurs . AWS . Ad Club ELEANOR MCLENAI-IAN . Chicago, Illinois . University College . . . Alpha Chi Omega . Swimming KENNETH MCLENAHAN . Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania . University College . . . Delta Tau Delta J. FRANK MCLEOD . Seattle . Engineering . . . Amrnonii Socii JUNE MCLEOD . Bellingham . Education PAUL MCMAI-ION . Bellingham . Engineering . . . Phi Delta Theta . Oval Club . ASUW vice president . Big "W" Club . Spiked Shoe Club . Track . High School Leaders' Conference chairman ' WILLIAM MCMAI-ION . Oakland, California . Economics and Business Kappa Sigma . Pan Xenia D MAXINE MCMURTRY . Seattle . Liberal Arts . . . Alpha Delta Theta JOHN MCRAE . Seattle . Liberal Arts HELEN MCTAGGART . Mt. Vernon . Home Economics . . . Alpha Delta Pi JESS MAAS . Whitefish, Montana . Engineering . . . Phi Sigma Kappa TOM MACARTN EY . Yakima . Engineering . . . Phi Delta Theta . Senior Frosh Track manager . Spiked Shoe Club MARGARET MACK . Seattle . University College . . . Alpha Delta Theta RUTH MACKAY . Seattle . Liberal Arts . . . Pi Beta Phi MAURINE MALLORY . Bellingham . Economics and Business . . . DAR . AWS Executive Board . Mortar Board . Totem Club . BA Council DORIS MANINGTON . Seattle . University College . . . Alpha Delta Theta . Zeta Phi Eta . Panhellenic . J GV '33 . All-University Plays . AWS Presidents' Council E IOR MARGARET MANION . Portland, Oregon . Liberal Arts . . . Alpha Gamma Delta . Phi Mu Gamma . Puppeteers . Varsity Ball '34 RHESA MANSFIELD . Pateros . Law . . . Delta Theta Phi FRANK MAR . Seattle . Engineering ARNOLD MARKS . Kirkland . Liberal Arts . . . Sigma Alpha Mu . Hammer and Coffin . Sigma Delta Chi . Daily . Tyee . Columns FLORENCE MARRIOTT . Three Tree Point . Liberal Arts . . . Alpha Chi Omega . AWS president . Mortar Board WARREN MARSDEN . Seattle . Law . . . Sigma Chi . Varsity Boat Club . Crew ROBERT MARTIN . Spokane . Journalism . . . Sigma Nu . Husky Club . Football . Big "W" Club . Daily Sports and associate editor . Tyee Sports editor High School Basketball Tournament . Junior Day . Campus Day . Senior Week . Defeated Candidates' Club president ROBERT B. MARTIN . Nampa, Idaho . Economics and Business . . . Kappa Sigma . Pan Xenia BERNICE MARTYN . Tacoma . Science TEDD MARVIN . Seattle . Economics anal Business . . . Pi Kappa Alpha . Compass and Chart . Glee Club JUSTICE MATHEWS . Seattle . Liberal Arts LESLIE MATHIS . Seattle . Civil Engineering SUEKO MATSUSHIMA . Seattle . Pharmacy . . . Fuo-Kai JAMES M. MATTSON . Portage . . . Prcrneclics GEORGE MEAD . Seattle . Engineering . . . Newman Club . Phi Alpha Rho EVELYN MELBY . Seattle . Liberal Arts . . . Chi Omega RICHARD MELTON . Seattle . Engineering . . . Alpha Kappa Lambda . Purple Shield . Engineering Council RICHARD MERRICK . Portland, Oregon . Aeronautical Engineering . . . Phi Delta Theta . Varsity Boat Club . AER RICHARD MERRIN . Seattle . Economics and Business . . . Delta Sigma Phi . Varsity Basketball '34-, '35 MERRICK METCALF . Salem, Oregon . Economics and Business . . . Alpha Tau Omega . Pan Xenia . Spiked Shoe Club . Varsity Track manager EDWARD METZGER . Seattle . Liberal Arts . . . Delta Tau Delta . Gamma Beta Phi . Pathfinder . Junior Day chairman . Junior Prom '34 . Varsity Ball '35 . ASUW vice president HELEN MEYER . Seattle . Liberal Arts . . . DAR . Spurs . . AWS . Varsity Ball J ANICE MEYER . Edmonds . Liberal Arts . . . Kappa Delta . YWCA . Play Day JOHN MEYERS . LaGrange, Illinois . Forestry . . . Tau Kappa Epsilon . Forestry Club ALICE MILLARD . Olympia . Liberal Arts . . . Chi Omega CLIFTON MILLER . Davenport . Pharmacy . . . Sigma Kappa Theta . Rho Chi FENTON MILLER . Seattle . Engineering . . . Psi Upsilon LYNN MILLER . Tacoma . Mines . . . Sigma Chi MERCEDES MILLER . Seattle . Liberal Arts . . . AWS . Town Girls . Tyee TESSIE MILLER . Seattle . Science . . . Physical Education Club . Women's "W" Club . WAA . Delta Sigma Theta VIRGINIA MILLER . Seattle . Liberal Arts VIVIAN MILLER . Seattle . Liberal Arts . . . Theta Upsilon . Panhellenic . Spurs BOB MILLIGAN . Spokane . Economics and Business . . . Sigma Nu . Crew '32, '33, '34 SAM MILLS . Wenatchee . Liberal Arts . . . Zeta Psi . Q Varsity Boat Club Crew '31, '32, '33, '34- WILLIAM MIMBU . Seattle . Law . . . Japanese Students' Club ELEANOR MITCHELL . Seattle . Science . . . Kappa Alpha Theta THORSTEIN MITTET . Seattle . Economics and Business HERB MJORUD . Petersburg, Alaska . Law . . . Phi Kappa Sigma ESTHER MOE . Seattle . Liberal Arts . . . YWCA . AWS HOWARD MOELLENDORF . Seattle . Liberal Arts 54+ SE IORS 55 i, GUS MOEN . Bellingham . Liberal Arts . . . Alpha Tau Omega ALICE MONRAD . Seattle . Economics and Business . . . Theta of Phrateres . Inkwell Club DOROTHY MOODY . Seattle . Liberal Arts . . . Alpha Gamma Delta . Home Economics Club ' ED MOORE: Seattle . Economics and Business . . . Sigma Chi . Big "W" Club . Varsity Boat Club . Oval Club ETHEL MOORE . Seattle . Economics and Business . . BA Women's Vocational Club GEORGE MOORE . Seattle . Economics and Business . . . Delta Upsilon ROBERT MOORE . Seattle . Economics and Business DOROTHY MOORHOUSE . Seattle . Music . . . Delta Zeta- MARY MORAN . Winslow . Liberal Arts . . . Kappa Alpha Theta . YWCA FRANK MOREY . Spokane . Engineering MARY MORGAN . Seattle . Liberal Arts . . . Kappa Phi f MUMIKO MORITA . Seattle . Liberal Arts . . . Fuyo-Kai GRETA MORRISON . Seattle . LiberalAArts . . . Sigma Eta Chi . Pilgrim Club MARY LOU MORRISON . Seattle . Home Economics . . . Theta Upsilon BUD MORSETH . Everett . Engineering . . . Sigma Pi MARY FRANCES MORTHLAND. Yakima . Liberal Arts . . . YWCA SUE MOSELEY . Seattle . Liberal Arts . . . Kappa Alpha Theta . Totem Club . Panhellenic '33, '34 . Varsity Ball . High School Basketball Conference FRANCES MOSER . Seattle . Science . . . Kappa Alpha Theta VIRGIL MOSS . Opportunity . Engineering . . . Tau Beta Pi Secretary JOSEPH MOYNIHAN . Seattle . Pharmacy MATTHEW MUCZYNSKI . Seattle . Science . Phi Kappa Sigma . Big "W" Club . Husky Club . Football . Wrestling JTM MUELLER . Seattle . Economics and Business . . . Beta Theta Pi . Senior Crew manager . Oval Club DELWYN MULLER . Seattle . Education . . . Sigma Phi Epsilon . Varsity Ball business manager ,341 ' W. S. MUNRO . Seattle . Chemical Engineering . . . Delta Tau Delta . Ammonii Socii vice president GRANT MURPHY . Seattle . Science . . . Delta Sigma Phi . Sigma Alpha . Glee Club ANNABELLE MURRAY . Wenatchee . Liberal Arts . . . Gamma PhitBeta JANET MURRAY . Seattle . Liberal Arts . . . Mortar Board . Totem Club PENFIELD MUSSON . Seattle . Engineering . . . Delta Kappa Epsilon JACK MYERS . Blaine . Engineering . . . Alpha Sigma Phi . Scabbard and Blade THOMAS NAKAO . Seattle . Pharmacy MARGUERITE NARDIN . Seattle . Liberal Arts . . . Phi Chi Delta ROBERT NATHAN . Seattle . Liberal Arts ' ADELE NEASE . Seattle . Liberal Arts M. M. NELSON . Vancouver, Washington . Forestry . . . Tau Kappa Epsilon . Xi Sigma Pi . Forestry Club RALPH NEUBERT . Cowiche . Science BARBARA NEWCOMER . Yakima . Liberal Arts . . . Delta Gamma WENONAH NICHOLS . Friday Harbor . Liberal Arts . . . Theta of Phraleres RUTH NIEDING . Seattle . Liberal Arts . . . Kappa Alpha Theta . Mortar Board . Totem Club . Panhellenic president MARGARET NINGLER . Buhl, Idaho . Education . . . DAR . YWCA . WEA VANCE NOEL . Centralia . Eronomics anrl Business . . . Beta Theta Pi . Husky Club S IOR ARTHUR NOLL . Seattle . Economics and Business . . . Newman Club treasurer Phi Alpha Rho ARBUTUS NORDSTROM . Seattle . Liberal Arts . . . DAR . Nu of Phrateres founder EDWARD NORMAN . Seattle . Science . . . Finish Club . Adelphi JOE NORMAN . Seattle . Education . . . Finish Club MARION NORTON . Seattle . Engineering . . . AER ROBERT NUBER . Seattle . Engineering . . . AER WAYNE NUSBAUM . Seattle . Liberal Arts . . . Phi Delta Theta . Daily '30 . Band '30, '31 JOHN NYERE . Seattle . Economics and Business . . . Sigma Phi Sigma EIMAR NYGREN . Preston . Pharmacy . . . Sigma Xi . Purple Shield KARL OBERLEITNER . Bellingham . Economics and Business . . . Phi Delta Theta . Crew . Varsity Boat Club . Oval Club JOHN O'BRIEN . Pasco . Liberal Arts . . . Beta Theta Pi . Golf '32, '33, '34 GOODWIN OBER . Seattle . Engineering BRUCE OLSEN . Seattle . Engineering . . . Scabbard and Blade . Crew '30, '33, '34, '35 . ROTC Leadership Award '34 AUDREY OLSON . Monroe . Economics and Business . . . Beta Gamma Sigma . BA Women's Vocational Club AUDREY OLSON . Everett . Science . . . Gamma Phi Beta JANET OLSON . Seattle . Science . . . Kappa of Phrateres . Spurs . AWS Concert chairman RICHARD OLSON . Seattle . Law . . . Sigma Phi Epsilon STAN ORMAN . Seattle . Economics and Business . . . Lambda Chi Alpha MINNIE OTA . Seattle . Pharmacy . . . Rho Chi. . Fuyo-Kai HARRIET OVERMYER . Seattle . Home Economics BETTY OWEN . Olympia . Liberal Arts . . . Pi Beta Phi ARTHUR OWLEY . Seattle . Engineering . . . Phi Sigma Kappa . Scabbard and Blade . Engineering Council . Glee Club . Junior Prom chairman '33 . Junior Day Water Sports chairman GRANT PACKARD . Centralia . Education . . . Debate PHIL PADELFORD . Seattle . Liberal Arts . . . Delta Kappa Epsilon . Varsity Boat Club . Crew '32, '33, '34 FRED C. PALMER . Toppenish . Law . . . Delta Chi SHIRLEY PAPE . Seattle . Economics and Business . . . Beta of Phrateres secretary . Beta Gamma Sigma . Sigma Epsilon Sigma . BA Women's Vocational Club secretary '34 . YWCA ALICE PARFITT . Seattle . Science . . . Home Economics Club DEANE PARKER . Seattle . Law . . . Pi Kappa Phi MURIEL PARKER . Mercer Island . Science . Sigma Kappa WADE PARKER . Mercer Island . Liberal Arts . . . Tau Kappa Epsilon VERNON PARRINGTON . Seattle . Liberal Arts . . . Alpha Delta Phi DEVA PARROTT . Seattle . Liberal Arts . . . Alpha Delta Pi ELDA NELL PARVIN . Seattle . Liberal Arts . . . Alpha Chi Omega . Totem Club . AWS Season Concert co-chairman BARBARA PASHLEY . Seattle . Science JEAN PASHLEY . Seattle . University College . . . Kappa Delta . Sigma Pi Sigma . WEA secretary . AWS JOHN PAULY . Seattle . Engineering . . . Adelphi . Ammonii Socii JACK PATERSON . Seattle . Engineering . . . AIEE BLOYCE PAULSEN . Seattle . Economics and Business . . . Sigma Chi . Football '30, '31, '32 BUD PEARCE . Washtucna . Economics and Business . . . Delta Upsilon HELEN PEARSON . Seattle . Pharmacy . . . Kappa Phi . Rho Chi . Wesley Club . Varsity Ball . Campus Christian Council secretary 56 SENIZOR 57 ELIZABETH PEET . Honolulu, Hawaii . Liberal Arts . . . Daily EDWARD PELTIER . Seattle . Forestry ORVILLE PENCE . Seattle . Liberal Arts . . . Sigma Phi Epsilon CAROL PENNEY . Tacoma . Liberal Arts . . . Alpha Gamma Delta . Spurs OLIVE PENNINGTON . Seattle . Liberal Arts DICK PERRY . Estevan, Saskatchewan . Liberal Arts . . . Kappa Sigma EARL PETERSON . Spokane . Economics and Business . . . Phi Kappa Sigma . Intramural manager FREDERICK W. PETERSON . Seattle . Economics and Business . . . Theta Chi . Compass and Chart HELEN PETRI . Seattle . Liberal Arts JOYCE PF UELLER . Bellingham . Liberal Arts . . . Gamma Phi Beta HELEN PIERCE . Tacoma . Music . . . Pi Beta Phi RICHARD PIERCE . Washougal . Forestry . . . Alpha Tau Omega FRANKIE PHELPS . Seattle . Liberal Arts . . . Chimes of Phrateres . Theta Sigma Phi . Sigma Epsilon Sigma . Daily . Tyee . Columns . Varsity Ball FRANK PLUMB . Chinook . Science . . . Sigma Nu . Big "W" Club . Spiked Shoe Club . Oval Club . Varsity,Track captain DON POLLOCK . Foster . Science . . . Phi Delta Theta . Big "W" Club . Husky Club . Varsity Football '32, '33, '34, . Baseball RICHARD W. PORTER . Port Ludlow . Science . . . Boxing HAROLD POTTS . Seattle . Education . . . Phi Delta Kappa FRANK PRACNA . Seattle . Economics and Business . . . Delta Tau Delta . Purple Shield DORSEY PRATER . Ellensburg . Economics and Business . . . Glee Club '34 JAMES PRENDERGAST . Bellingham . Education . . . Alpha Sigma Phi . WEA DOROTHY PRESTON . Seattle . Science . . . Mu of Phrateres OLIVER PROUD . Seattle . Forestry . . . Tau Phi Delta EDMOND PUGSLEY . Seattle . Engineering . . . Phi Kappa Tau . ASCE . Compass and Chart . Engineering Council WIN PULLEN . Juneau, Alaska . Electrical Engineering . . . Alpha Delta Phi . Election chairman ,35 PROCESO PULIDO . Philippine Islands . Economics and Business . . Vagabond Club . YMCA . Filipino Club JOHN A. QUENSE. Seattle . Chemistry . . . Ammonii Socii ELMER QUISTORFF . Gig Harbor . Fisheries . . . Acacia MARY MARGARET QUIGLEY . Seattle . Liberal Arts . . . Kappa Alpha Theta. Totem Club president . Mortar Board . YMCA vice-president . AWS Concert chairman . Sigma Epsilon Sigma JEAN RALEIGH . Seattle . Liberal Arts REUEL RAMQUIST . Vashon . Science . . . Premedics Club . Pi Mu Chi GEORGE RAMSTAD . Seattle . Forestry V WALTER RANEY . Spokane . . . Phi Kappa Sigma . Science . Oval Club . Varsity Boat Club . Big "W" Club president . Interfraternity Council . Crew JAY RANSON . Aberdeen . Liberal Arts . . . Sigma Pi FRANCES RAPP . Seattle . Science . . . Lewis and Clark Association . YWCA RICHARD RASMUSSEN . Seattle . Engineering . . . Beta Kappa . Engineers' Council, sophomore representative GORDON RAUGHT . Longview . Economics and Business . . . Chi Psi . Scabbard and Blade . F rosh Crew JANE REAMER . Seattle . Science . . . Delta Gamma . Home Economics Club secretary MARJORIE REDFIELD . Spokane . Liberal Arts . . . Delta Delta Delta CHARLOTTE REED . Los Angeles, California . Liberal Arts . . . Chi Omega . AWS . Columns Business StaH LUCILE REESE . Seattle . Science . . . Nurses' Club IOR ETHEL REID . Seattle . Liberal Arts . . . Alpha Omicron Pi . J GV '31 HELEN REYNOLDS . Seattle . Liberal Arts WALTER RHODES . Seattle . Law . . . Phi Kappa Tau SETH RICHARDS . Spokane . Economics and Business . . .Alpha Delta Phi . Minor "W" Club secretary . Fencing Team . Foil and Mask president . Daily '32, '33 FLORENCE RICHARDSON . Tacoma . Liberal Arts . . . Puppeteers MARY CAROLINE RICHARDSON . Tacoma . Liberal Arts . AUDREY RICKARD . Seattle . Science SARILDA RIDENOUR . Seattle . Science . . . Alpha Gamma Delta . YWCA . Home Economics Club . Attic Players . Athena Club JOHN RITCHIE . Seattle . Journalism . . . Delta Upsilon WILLIAM RITCI-IIE . Bremerton . Economics and Business . . . Phi Kappa Sigma . Alpha Kappa Psi . BA Council HELEN RIVEDAL . Wenatchee . Liberal Arts . . . Lambda Rho BETTINA ROBERTS . Portland, Oregon . Liberal Arts . . . Alpha Phi . Sigma Epsilon Sigma . AWS Scholarship chairman . Panhellenic . . Junior Prom '34 . Varsity Ball '33 ROBERT ROBERTS . Bellingham . Journalism . . . Delta Upsilon EDNA ROBINSON . Seattle . Liberal Arts . . . DAR BOB RODAL S. Bainbridge Island . Liberal Arts . . . Phi Delta Theta . Oval Club . Senior Baseball manager CLARENCE ROEN . Tacoma . Science . . . Alpha Sigma Phi F AY ROSS . Seattle . Economics and Business . . . Theta of Phrateres HELEN ROSS . Carlton . Liberal Arts . . . Theta Upsilon . Mu Phi Epsilon . Spurs . Glee Club . Madrigal Club CHARLES ROSSIO . Lead, South Dakota . Engineering . . . Alpha Delta Phi . AIEE . Interfraternity Council vice president I ' CHARLOTTE ROTH . Bellingham . Liberal Arts . . . Kappa Kappa Gamma GRAYCE ROTMAN . Olympia . Liberal Arts THELMA ROUNDS . Los Angeles, California . Science . . . Alpha Delta Pi . Nurses' Club RUTH ROWAN . Paia, Hawaii . Liberal Arts . . . Lewis and Clark Association TED ROWE . Everett . Premedics . . . Phi Sigma Kappa . Pi Mu Chi GEORGINA ROWLAND . Tacoma . Liberal Arts . . . Alpha Phi IREN E RUN STAD . Petersburg, Alaska . Liberal Arts . . . Penthouse Players PETE RUSOS . Chehalis . Economics and Business . . . Pi Kappa Phi CORA E. RYAN . Stanwood . Liberal Arts . . . Big Sisters' Committee MARGARET RYAN . Seattle . Liberal Arts . . . Kappa Alpha Theta MILDRED RYAN . Seattle . Liberal Arts PATRICIA RYAN . Seattle . Liberal Arts . . . Zeta Tau Alpha . Newman Club . AWS EDWARD SANDS . San Bernardino, California . University College . . . Sigma Alpha Epsilon ANNIS SANDVOS . Seattle . Liberal Arts . . . Sigma Epsilon Sigma . Phi Mu Gamma . Totem Club . All-University Plays . Penthouse Players MIYACO SATO . Olympia . . . Lewis and Clark Association . Fuyo-Kai president WALTER SAVIKKO . Douglas, Alaska . Liberal Arts . . . Varsity Rifle Team '32, '33, '34 WILLIAM SAWHILL . Seattle . Liberal Arts . . . Delta Upsilon BEA SBEDICO . Seattle . Liberal Arts . . . WAA . Attic Players . Junior Prom . Varsity Ball . Junior Day '34 . Senior Week '35 . Tyee Sales GWYN ETH SAWYER . Wenatchee . Science . . . Pi Beta Phi . Sigma Epsilon . Bacteriology Club ' HAZEL SCHAFER . Cathlamet . Liberal Arts . . . Lewis and Clark Association MILNER SCHAEFER . Seattle . Science . . . Sigma Xi . Phi Sigma 58 IOR HELEN SCHARPENBERG . La Crosse . Science PAUL F. SCHARPENBERG . Seattle . Law . . . Delta Sigma Phi . Phi Alpha Delta . Scabbard and Blade . Junior Prom . Cadet Ball MERLE SCHMID . Aberdeen . . . Phi Lambda Epsilon . Wesley Club EDITH SCHNITZER . Portland, Oregon . Liberal Arts BETTY SCHOEPHOESTER . Seattle . Liberal Arts . . . AWS HELEN SCHOLL . Seattle . Home Economics . . . Zeta Tau Alpha MARIANNE SCHUCHART . Everett . Liberal Arts . . . Alpha Phi ELIZABETH SCHUTTE . Seattle . Liberal Arts CHARLOTTE SCOTT . Seattle . Science HUGH SCOTT . Portland, Oregon . Liberal Arts . . . Alpha Kappa Lambda . Sigma Delta Chi . Purple Shield . Daily . Tyee . Columns Editor - SALLY SCOVEN . Seattle . Science . . . Nurses' Club RONALD SCRIBNER . Seattle . Engineering . . . Kappa Sigma . Ad Club president . BA Council JANE SEARS . Seattle . Liberal Arts . . . Phi Mu Gamma . Drama MARJORIE SEERLEY . Bozeman, Montana . Liberal Arts . . . Chi Omega MARY ANNE SEIDELHUBER . Seattle . Liberal Arts . . . Phi Mu . Daily . Tyee Junior Day . Theta Sigma Phi - WINNIFRED SEIFERT . Bellevue . Liberal Arts . . . Delta Zeta . Spurs . Panhellenic . Junior Prom . Varsity Ball . AWS HAROLD SELIGMANN . Seattle . Economics and Business . . .Zeta Beta Tau Knights of the Hook ELBERT SELLERS . Seattle . Liberal Arts . . . Sigma Phi Epsilon . Big "W" Club . Minor "W" Club . Spiked Shoe Club . Track '29 A BILL SELLS . Bellingham . Economics and Business . . . Theta Chi . Alpha Kappa Psi . KAY SENDNER . Bremerton . Arts and Science.. . . Alpha Gamma Delta ELINORE SEXTON . Seattle . Science . . . Alpha Delta Theta MARK SEYMOUR . Seattle . Economics antl Business . Phi Kappa Sigma . Pan Xenia LOUISE SHAFFRATH . Seattle . Liberal Arts . . . Beta of Phrateres . Alpha Kappa Delta . YWCA ROBERTA SHANKS . Seattle . Liberal Arts . . . Delta Delta Delta THOMAS SHEEHAN . Seattle . Liberal Arts . . . Psi Upsilonb HAROLD SHEERER . Seattle . Economics and Business . . . Beta Theta Pi . Senior Frosh Football manager PEGGY SHELDON . Seattle . Science . . . Kappa Kappa Gamma . University Ski Club secretary '34 . AWS DON SHIELDS . Seattle . Economics and Business . . . Transportation Club MURIEL SHEINMAN . Seattle . Economics and Business . . . Alpha Epsilon Phi Beta Gamma Sigma . Attic Players EDDIE SHIMOMURA . Seattle . Pharmacy . . . Japanese Students' Club . Sigma Xi . Rho Chi . EVERETT SHIPEK . Seattle . Forestry . . . Oval Club . Forestry Club . Finish Club president . Senior Football manager '34 MARGARET SHONTS . San Jose, California . Liberal Arts . . . Delta Zeta . YWCA . Music . AWS . Daily '34 . Tyee '34 JACK SICKENGA . Spokane . Economics and Business . . . Phi Gamma Delta LEW R. SILVER . Seattle . Economics antl Business . . . Minor "W" Club . Varsity Rifle Team ROBERT E. SILVER . Seattle . Science . . . Phi Lambda Upsilon . Compass and Chart VAN SIM . Cashmere . Science . . . Chi Psi CAROL SIMPSON . Vancouver . Liberal Arts . . . Alpha Chi Omega JEAN SIMPSON . Seattle . Liberal Arts . . , Westminster Club . Penthouse Players . YWCA . Campus Christian Council . Phi Chi Delta LILLIAN SJOLANDER . Monroe . Liberal Arts GEORGE SKAER . Seattle . Science IOR CAROLYN SKANZIE . Tacoma . Liberal Arts . . . Delta Zeta JAMES SKINNER . Long Beach, California . Economics and Business . . . Sigma Phi Epsilon . Pan Xenia . Transportation Club vice president PATRICIA SKINNER . Port Blakely . Science . . . Pi Lambda Theta . Physical Education Club RICHARD SKINNER . Port Blakely . Science JOHN SKONE . Seattle . Engineering FRED SKOUFIS . Seattle . Liberal Arts AUDREY SMITH . Seattle . Liberal Arts . . . Theta of Phrateres . Sigma Epsilon Sigma HERBERT SMITH . Yakima . Economics and Business . . . Alpha Tau Omega JANE SMITH . Seattle . Liberal Arts . . . Pi Beta Phi SANFORD SNEAD . Lind . Economics and Business . . . Beta Kappa BOB SNYDER . Puyallup . Economics and Business . . . Pi Kappa Phi . Crew . Varsity Boat Club . Oval Club . Big "W" Club ILENE SNYDER . Seattle . Science . . . Spurs MARGUERITE SORENSON . Ellensburg . Science . . . Alpha Gamma Delta SANTIAGO SORIANO . Cabanatuan, Philippine Islands . Economics and Business . . . Filipino Club president . YMCA ALICE SOULE . Anacortes . Home Economics RALPH SPEAR . Cashmere . Pharmacy WILLIAM SPEIDEL . Seattle . Liberal Arts . . . Sigma Chi WIN ORA SPLIES . Seattle . Science . . . Nurses' Club . Pbrateres DIXIE STANLEY . Spokane . Liberal Arts . . . Delta Zeta . Totem Club . Panhellenic Council . co-chairman, AWS concert series '34-'35 . . AWS Executive Board . Matrix Table . Junior Prom HARRY STARBIRD . Seattle . Liberal Arts . . . Alpha Kappa Lambda . Phi Delta Kappa JOHN STARR . Tacoma . Liberal Arts . . . Beta Theta Pi . Glee Club FRED STATHAM . Seattle . Economics and Business . . . Kappa Sigma . A Transportation Club KATHERINE STAUFF . Everett . Gamma Phi Beta RUTH STEENSTRUP . Seattle . Liberal Arts . . . Delta Gamma . Totem Club . Mortar Board . AWS Executive Chairman . Spurs treasurer . Lambda Rho . Pi Lambda Theta JESSE STEINER . Seattle . Science . . . Pi Mu Chi . Premedics Club KAY STEWART . Aberdeen . Liberal Arts . . . Pi Beta Phi . Phi Mu Gamma . Junior Prom . Attic Players ALEXANDER STEWART . Seattle . Economics and Business . . . Alpha Delta Phi . Daily '32, '33, '34 EDWARD STEPHENS . Everett . Liberal Arts . . . Alpha Sigma Phi ROBERT STICE . Yakima . Engineering . . . Minor "WM Club . Glee Club . Swimming ELEANOR STONE . Metlakatla, Alaska . Liberal Arts . . . Zeta Tau Alpha . Sophomore Class secretary . Junior Day secretary . Varsity Ball PHILLIP STONE . Pasadena, California . Pharmacy . . . Alpha Sigma Phi WAYNE STORTZ . Forsyth, Montana . Economics and Business . . . Sigma Phi Epsilon . Beta Alpha Psi . Alpha Kappa Psi AGNES STRAND . Aberdeen .Liberal Arts . . . Alpha Delta Pi BETTY STRICKLER . Seattle . Science . . . Sigma Kappa . Physical Education Club . WAA . WEA MAX STUART . Seattle . Sociology DANIEL STUNTZ . Seattle . Science LEO SULKOSKY . Puyallup . Economics and Business . . . Pi Kappa Phi . Scabbard and Blade . Minor "Wu Club . Rifle Team PAUL SULKOSKY . Puyallup . Economics and Business . . . Pi Kappa Phi . Big "W" Club . Varsity Football '32, '33, '34 HELEN SULLIVAN . Seattle . Economics and Business GAINES SUTHERLIN . Spokane . Liberal Arts . . . Delta Kappa Epsilon 60 E IOR 61 ELTON SUTHERLING . Seattle . Economics and Business . . . Compass and Chart . Northwest Ofiicers' Transportation Association . Inkwell Club JOHN SUTTON . Tacoma . Architecture . . . Phi Gamma Delta RUTH SUTTON . Seattle . Liberal Arts . . . Delta Zeta FUJITSUGU SUZUKI . Seattle . Japanese Students' Club CATHERINE SWANBERG . Seattle . Pharmacy MARY ELIZABETH SWANEY . Bucoda . Science . . . Lewis and Clark Association . Zeta Mu Tau . Spurs HARRY SWANSON . Seattle . Economics and Business . . . Beta Alpha Psi . Beta Gamma Sigma . Purple Shield MARIE SWAP . Seattle . Liberal Arts . . . Mu Phi Epsilon JACK SWEEK . Seattle . Engineering . . . Theta Delta Chi . Scabbard and Blade . AIEE . Tyee business manager '33 MARIE SWENSON . Seattle . Science . . . Glee Club . Nurses' Club BOYD TALLMAN . Seattle . Economics and Business . . . Delta Tau Delta RUTH TALMADGE . Maxville, Montana . Science . . . Omicron Nu president . AWS . Home Economics Club secretary SILVESTRE TANGALAN . Seattle . Liberal Arts . . . Filipino Club vice president . Atelier - ORIN TAPERT . Seattle . Economics and Business . . . Sigma Nu HARRY TAVENNER . Seattle . Education . . . Lambda Chi Alpha DORIS TAYLOR . Prosser . Liberal Arts' . . . Alpha Chi Omega . Mu Phi Epsilon EDWARD TAYLOR . Seattle . Engineering . . . Delta Chi . Compass and Chart HELEN TEMPLETON . Seattle . Liberal Arts . . . Kappa Alpha Theta JULIA ANNE TEMPLETON . Aberdeen . Liberal Arts . . . Pi Beta Phi ELIZABETH TERRELL . Seattle . Liberal Arts . . . Alpha Phi ETTA BELLE TERWILLEGAR . Elma . Education . . . Beta of Phrateres WILLIAM TIBBITS . Tacoma . Liberal Arts . . . Zeta Psi I. Interfraternity Council . Homecoming chairman '34 . Junior Day Crew Drive . High School Leaders' Conference AL THIEL . Seattle . Science . . . Sigma Phi Sigma . Scabbard and Blade . Cadet Ball '35 RICHARD THATCHER . Seattle . Law . . . Sigma Pi . Scabbard and Blade president JEROME THOMAS . Seattle . Aeronautical Engineering . . . Tau Beta Pi . ASME JUNE THOMAS . Seattle . Science . . . Chi Omega . Totem Club . Standards Committee '35 . AWS Presidents' Council . Town Girls president . Junior Prom . Varsity Ball '33 HARRY THOMPSON . Arlington . Law . . . Delta Chi HOWARD THOMPSON . Seattle . Law . . . Chi Phi . Phi Delta Phi . Frosh Football . Boxing MARY LOUISE THOMPSON . Washougal . Kappa of Phrateres . Omicron Nu treasurer DOROTHY THOMSON . Spokane . Liberal Arts . . . Kappa Kappa Gamma . Columns' Olice Manager , METTA THORDARSON . Seattle . Science . . . Home Economics Club AGNES THORDARSON . Seattle . Liberal Arts . . . Ad Club LENORE THROCKMORTON . Seattle . Liberal Arts . . . Delta Phi Alpha HELEN THRODAHL . Tacoma . Liberal Arts . . . Kappa Delta PAUL TJ OSSEM . Ellensburg . Law . . . Beta Kappa KENNETH TODD . Portland, Oregon . Economics and Business . . . Alpha Sigma Phi GUDMAR TORKELSON . Everett . Economics and Business . . . Pan Xenia . Alpha Kappa Psi RALPH TOWNE . Tacoma . Engineering . . . Sigma Xi . Tau Beta Pi QUENTIN TRACY . Seattle . Engineering . . . Standish Club president . Pilgrim Club MARTIN TREPP . Seattle . Liberal Arts . . . Delta Upsilon . Sigma Delta Chi . Hammer and Coiiin . Purple Shield . Columns managing editor . Columns '33, '34, '35 E IOR MARGARET TRENBATH . Seattle . Liberal Arts . . . Delta Delta Delta ALLAN TREUER . Seat.tle . Liberal Arts . . . Delta Tau Delta . Scabbard and Blade REISUKE TSUZUKI . Tokyo, Japan . Liberal Arts . . . Japanese Students, Club YMCA KAY TURNER . Seattle . Liberal Arts . . . Kappa Alpha Theta HOWARD TUTTLE . Seattle . Law . . . Sigma Nu . Oval Club . Fir Tree . Pi Sigma Alpha . ASUW president . Columns business manager '34 MELVIN TWERDAL . Seattle . Forestry . . . Tau Phi Delta . Xi Sigma Pi JOHN TWITCHELL . Seattle . Law . . . Phi Delta Theta . Frosh Basketball CARL W. ULLIN . Centralia . Education . . . Phi Kappa Sigma . Varsity Football captain ,34 . Oval Club . Husky Club LLOYD ULRICH . Bellingham . Liberal Arts . . . Delta Sigma Phi RICHARD ULTICAN . Aberdeen . Economics and Business . . . Pan Xenia JULIUS URADNISCHECK . Seattle . Electrical Engineering KATSUJIRO UYEDA . Japan . Japanese Students, Club vice president GRETCHEN VANDIVERT . Seattle . Liberal Arts . . . Zeta Phi Eta ROBERT VEBLEN . Seattle . Economics and Business VICTORIO VELASCO . Seattle . Education . . . Boxing FRED VELIKANJ E . Yakima . Law . . . Theta Chi . Delta Theta Phi . Foil and Mask . Fencing MARY ELIZABETH VON BOECKLIN . Tacoma . University College . . . Pi Beta Phi WILLIAM WAARA . Aberdeen . Economics and Business . . . Pi Kappa Phi . Pan Xenia IRIS WADE . Seattle . Liberal Arts . . . DAR . AWS VANCE WADE . Seattle . Science . . . Phi Sigma Kappa CLYDE WAGNER . Seattle . Science . . . Sigma Chi . Pi Mu Chi . Big "Wu Club Purple Shield . Varsity Basketball ,311-, '35 HELEN WAHL . Bellingham . Liberal Arts . . . Alpha Xi Delta J. TURNLEY WALKER . Ellensburg . Liberal Arts . . . Sigma Chi . Penthouse Players RAY WALL . Tacoma . Economics and Business . . . Acacia . Glee Club RUTH WALL . Seattle . Liberal Arts RICHARD WALTON . Everett . Law . . . Sigma Alpha Epsilon ROBERT WALTZ . Seattle . Economics and Business . . . Psi Upsilon LAWRENCE WALDRON . Walla Walla . Liberal Arts . . . Sigma Phi Sigma MARGARET WAPLES . Lynden . Science . . . Kappa Alpha Theta THURMAN WARD . Seattle . Law tGoldendaleJ GEORGE W. WARD . Nampa, Idaho . Economics and Business . . Alpha Kappa Psi WILLIAM WARD . Prince Rupert, British Columbia . Economics and Business . . . Sigma Phi Epsilon EVA DELLE WARNER . Enumclaw . Science . . . Kappa of Phrateres historian Westminster Club MIRIAM WARNER . Seattle . Liberal Arts . . . Phi Mu . Theta Sigma Phi. Daily Society editor A JANE WARRACK . Seattle . Liberal Arts . . . Gamma Phi Beta . Mortar Board Totem Club . Lambda Rho . Standards chairman of AWS JAMES WATSON . Seattle . Education ROBERT WATT . Seattle . Engineering . . . Phi Gamma Delta . Engineering Council . Engineers' Open House . Engineers' Informal . Student Aliairs Committee . Track ROY WEAVER . Ellensburg . Education . . . Phi Delta Theta CLARICE WEIDERT . Seattle . Pharmacy . . . Phrateres . Spurs '32 . Sigma Eta Chi president . Pilgrim Club . Campus Christian Council . Rho Chi . Sigma Xi . AWS Council RALPH WELCH . Morton . Economics and Business 6 2 IOR MARGARET WELLS . Portland, Oregon . Science . . . Lewis and Clark Association . Omicron Nu BREN WENNER . Carlton . Education . . . WEA president TED WERNECKE . Juneau, Alaska . Mines . . . Phi Gamma Delta . Engineers' Open House '34 . Engineers' Informal '35 ARNOLD WERNER . Anacortes . Premeciics . . . Alpha Sigma Phi HOWARD WESTOVER . Everett . Science MARGARET WHEATLEY . Seattle . Liberal Arts . . . Delta Gamma OSBORNE WHEELER . Yakima . Liberal Arts ALDA WHITE . Monroe . Education . . . WEA ROBERT WHITE . Seattle . Science . . . Sigma Alpha Epsilon . Oval Club . Big "W" Club . Varsity Boat Club FRED WHITE . Tacoma . Mines . . . Beta Theta Pi GEORGE WHITE . Seattle . Liberal Arts . . . Psi Upsilon MARY WHITE . Seattle . Liberal Arts . . . Westminster Club . AWS RONALD WHITE . Puyallup . Economics and Business RICHARD WHITELEATHER . Spokane . Science . . . Sigma Phi Sigma JAMES WHYTE . Seattle . Science JANE WICHMAN . Tenino . Liberal Arts . . . Beta of Phrateres . Kappa Phi . Wesley Club . Madrigal Club MARVIN WICKLUND . Seattle . Economics and Business . . . Beta Alpha Psi ROBERT WILCOX . Longview . Engineering . . . Phi Delta Theta ARVO WILLIAMS . Junction City . Economics and Business . . . Tau Kappa Epsilon . Grays Harbor Club CHARLES WILLIAMS . Seattle . Architecture . . . Phi Sigma Kappa . Atelier . Yell Duke ,344 DELBERT WILLIAMS . Seattle . Electrical Engineering HAL WILLIAMS . Tacoma . Science . . . Psi Upsilon HAROLD WILLIAMS . Seattle . Liberal Arts . . . Phi Delta Theta MARY ANN WILLIAMS . Seattle . Science . . . Sigma Kappa . Daily '32 ROBERT WILLIAMS . Seattle . Science . . . Sigma Xi . WEA JOHN WILLIAMSON . Seattle . Liberal Arts . . . Theta Delta Chi . Hammer and Coffin . Columns '33, '34, '35 BILL WILMOT . Tempe, Arizona . Journalism . . . Theta Chi . Sigma Delta Chi Gamma Beta Chi . Daily editor '35 JOHN WILSON . Seattle . Science. ROBERT WILSON . Seattle . Mechanical Engineering . . . Pi Kappa Phi LYMAN WILTSHIRE . Seattle . Science . . . Theta Xi . Scabbard and Blade CATHARINE WITTE . Honolulu . Liberal Arts . . . Gamma Phi Beta BILL WOOD . Seattle . Economics and Business . . . Phi Sigma Kappa . Beta Alpha Psi ELIZABETH WOOD . Seattle . Liberal Arts . . . Pilgrim Club . Sigma Eta Chi JOHN WOOD . Tacoma . Liberal Arts . . . Psi Upsilon MARJORIE WOOD . Billings, Montana . Economics and Business . . Pi Beta Phi . Homecoming ,33 . Varsity Ball '34 . AWS ELAINE WOODLOCK . Seattle . Liberal Arts . . . Alpha Delta Theta HARRIET WOODWARD . Seattle . Liberal Arts . . . Lamlnla of Plirateros . WAA . Glee Club . Rifle Team KATHRYN WOOLFOLK . Butte, Montana . Science . . . Chi Omega MARY A. WORCESTER . Honolulu . Liberal Arts . . . Sigma Epsilon Sigma . Pi Lambda Theta DEAN WORTI-IINGTON . Bothell . Law . . . Beta Theta Pi SE IOR I GENE WRIGHT . Seattle Law . . . Delta Upsilon . Scabbard and Blade . Crew . Class of '34 vice president . Chairman of Elections '34 . I GV Business Staff DON WYMAN . Seattle . Economics and Business . . . Alpha Tau Omega . Varsity Football '33, '34, '35 . Varsity Basketball '34, '35 . Oval Club . Big "W" Club HERBERT YANDLE . Hoquiam . Premedics . . . Phi Sigma Kappa RALPH YEAMAN . Seattle . Engineering . . . Acacia ROBERT YEAMANS . Los Angeles, California . Aeronautical Engineering . . . Kappa Sigma . Swimming . FLORENCE YOUNG . Seattle . Liberal Arts . . . Kappa Phi RACHEL YOUNG . Seattle . Liberal Arts . . . Alpha Phi .Lambda Rho president ROGER YOUNG . Seattle . Law . . . Tau Phi Delta BETTY ZIEGLER . Seattle . Liberal Arts MARY ERCKENBRACK . Seattle . Fine Arts . . . Kappa Alpha Theta . Lambda Rho VICTOR KESTLE . Seattle . Liberal Arts . . . Phi Mu Alpha president DALE MCKNIGHT . Tacoma . Law . . . Phi Kappa Psi . Oval Club secretary . Tyee Business Manager '34, '35 . ASUW Board of Control senior representative HOLLIS DAY . Tacoma . Liberal Arts . . . Alpha Delta Phi . High SchoolLeaders' Conference '33 . Penthouse Players JOHN SHERMAN ELWORTHY . Seattle . Liberal Arts . . . Golf team '34, '35 X 64' Junior Class OFFICERS . . . Peggy Brownell, President Janet Riggs, Secretary Alice Elizabeth LaPlante, Treasurer THE JUNIOR CLASS this year fulfilled its tradition of leading University activities by promoting the annual Junior Prom and Junior Girls' Vaudeville. The class has continued its progressiveness, begun with its sophomore inauguration of the underclassmen's infor- mal, by putting JGV under the supervision of the drama department to give the vaudeville professional direction. Peggy Brownell, elected vice president in the 1934 Spring Quarter balloting, became president last fall when Dick Kelley resigned because of a deficiency in credit hour requirements. Under Miss Brownell,s leadership, the class demonstrated its democracy by following the lead of last year's juniors in publishing individual junior pictures in Tyee. Brownell, Riggs LaPlante JUNIOR DAY COMMITTEE . . . CHAIRMAN . . .Ed Metzger ASSISTANT . . . Bob Galer SECRETARIES . . . Eleanor Stone, Kay Turner BUSINESS MANAGER . . . Bill Sells ASSISTANTS . . . Louis Dewey, Virginia Landram QUEEN CONTEST . . . Joe Lutey, ehairmang Audrey Champreux assistantg Bea McIntosh, Barbara Jacobsen, June Thomas, Dick Cook, George Kunz, Pat Cardin MIXER . . . Hans Lund, chairrnang Marion Miller, Margaret Hurd, Margaret Manion, Bob Hawes, Bruce Helberg, Henry Dougan, Dan English, Jerry Swem, Dorothy Belt SWIMMING . . . I ack Knappenberger, chairmang .lack Hardy, assistant g Micky Metcalf, George Revelle, Tom Lyons, Dave Lear, Virginia Ryan, Marjorie Hess, Bob Laughlin WATER SPORTS . . . Milt Lobell, chairman g Dorothy Leede, Ruth Burkheimer, Margaret Ryan, Les Mathis, Russ MacDonald, Al Treuer, John Wilson, Gwyneth Sawyer PUBLICITY . . . Paul McKnight, chairman, Sigrid Hedin, Caroline Coffman, Miriam Warner, Virginia Slocum. Truman Hinkle, Bill Botzer, Ray Fox, Ruth Gjesdahl, Anne Seidelhuber PRIZES . . . Orena Armstrong, Dorothy Horsfall, co-chairmeng Carl Reder, Bob Rodal, Tyler Kaune, Florence Marriott TREE-PLANTING . . . Ralph Knapp, chairman 5 Eleanor Bushnell, Peg Hartson, Dixie Stanley, Caroll Cahen, Ray Malone, Bea Sbedico, Ed Norman Betty Buchner, IGV chairman Junior Prom committee heads . . . John "Ali Baba" H ounsell, chairmang Pat Strickler, secretaryg Art Meyer, business manager, and Eva Marie Earley, assistant chairman A slant-view ofthe 1934- Junior Day Court-with King Carl Reder, Junior Queen Bea Mclntosh, ferry Swem, Virginia Ryan, Sue Moseley. Ruth Myers, Lydia Passos, Margaret Hoge and Driver .lim Mueller 6 5 JAY ADAMS AUDREY AINSWORTH ARTHUR ALLEN MARVIN ALLEN x AGNES PAULINE ANDERSON : DONALD ANDERSON DOROTHY ANDERSON ERNIE ANDERSON HOWARD ANDERSON MARIE ANDERSON R. WARREN ANDERSON VIOLET ANDERSON WARREN ANDERSON JACK ANSLEY LORENZO P. ANUNCIACION JAMES ARNEIL ELLIS ASH LESTER ASHEIM RUSSELL H. ASHLEMAN CLAIRE ATWOOD WARREN AUSTIN PHOEBE LU AYLEN DOROTHY BAILEY RICHARD BALLARD PEDRO BALTAZAR KATHRYN BANGS LAURINA BANKS ROBERT BANKS VIOLA BARLOW BILLIE BARNES JESSABARNES JANE BARRAUGH BILL BARTON DONALD BATT MIRIAM BEAL BROUSSAIS BECK BOB BECKWITH CURTISS L. BEEBE MARY BEERS GORDON BELL DONALD BELT BETTY BENDIX NANNA BENEDIKTSON GEORGE BENNETT JIM BENNETT MURIEL BENNETT BELLE BERCH DANA BERGHUIS GORDON BERLIN SANFORD BERNBAUM ELOISE BERNHOFT DORIS BERRY RUTH BERRY MILLICENT BIEL CHARLES E. BIERLY ANNABEL BIGGLE BARBARA BIRD GORDON BIRD RALPH BISHOP CORTLAND BLACK WILLIAM BLACKFORD FRED BLAKE HELEN BLAKE MARGARET BLIXT BOB BLOXOM WILLIAM H. BOLES WILLIAM BOLIN CLARE BONEBRAKE DAN BONNELL SALLY BONNER BETTY BOONE LEONE BOUNDS BILL BOWDEN EUNICE BOWMAN AGNES BOYD FRANCES BOYER GEORGE A. BRACKETT MARY LOU BRACKETT CY BRADEN ALICE BRAKKE IOLA BRANSON KATHERINE BREHM BRUCE BRETLAND CARL BRONSON WINSTON BROUGH BETTY BROWN GORDON BROWN PEGGY BROWNELL VIRGINIA BROWNELL FRED BRUSH NIOR 66 U IORS 67 JANE BUCHANAN BETTY BUCHNER MURIEL BUCK ROY BUCKNELL PEGGY BURD ELEANORE BURKHART LOUISE BURR TROVA CALDWELL KATHLEEN CALKINS DOROTHY CAMPBELL JIM CAMPBELL LEE CAMPBELL BRUCE CANNON NICHOLAS CAPOS JAMES CARBERY ERNEST CARD BETTY CAREY JAMES CARLSON NORM CARMICHAEL GEORGE CARSON WINSTON CARSTEN JOHN CARTER CENTER CASE MARY CASE JEAN CASTLETON CATHERINE CATLIN OTIS CAVNESS MARTIN CHAMBERLAIN ROBERT CHAMBERS WILLIAM CHARETTE HASSELTINE CHESSHER JOHN CHESTERLEY ROYAL CHRISTENSEN EDWARD CLANTON L. D. CLARK MARGARET JANE CLINE VIRGINIA CLINE MAXINE COFFMAN CHARLOTTE COLE KENNETH COLE RUTH COLEMAN HERB CONDON ELSA CORDES MARGARET CORLETT DOROTHY CORTELYOU DOROTHY CRAIG HARRIET CRARY EVERETT CROWTHER VIRGINIA CRUSE KING CULP KAY CUNNINGHAM ADRIAN CURTISS ELMA CUSTER ROBERT DAHL ROBERT DAHLIN GORDON DALY PETER DAVID JACK DAVIS JOHN DAVIS THOMAS DEAN BEATRICE Dx-:DONATO JANE DEWITT GRACE DOLAN MILLICENT DONCASTER BEVERLEY DORR JOHN DOUGLAS MARY LEE DOWD HELEN DOYLE DOROTHY DUFF CHARLES DUFFY JIM DUNFORD ZITA DURNIN EVA MARIE EARLEY MARJORIE EATON KATHRYN ECK BOB EDWARDS MARIAN EDWARDS ROBERT EGGERTS MARGARET ELLIOTT HOWARD ELLIS MARGARET ENGSTROM COSTA ERIKSEN HELEN ESSLINGER GERTRUDE EY LORENE FAIRBORN JOHN I-'AIRBANK BILL FARRENS MARGARET FARRINGTON MARJORIE FAUST JACK FAY HARRIET FERCH FRITZ FIELD BILL FIELDING MARION FINN JEROME FIRNSTAHL BARBARA FISCHER KATHLEEN FISHER MARY FISHER RUSSELL CARL FISHER BOB FISSELL PAT FISET GEORGE FOLEY LEONARD FOLEY JOSEPH FORDE DONALD E. FORSANDER VIVIAN FOSSE ROBERT FRANCO GEORGE FRANKS RICHARD FREDERICK FLORENCE ANN FROHNING ELAINE FULTON JAMES GAUDINA BERWYN GEOGHEGAN HENRY GEORG DAPHNE GIBSON HARRY GIFFORD RALPH GILBERT GRAGG GILKEY STEVE GIRARD CATHERINE GOERIG MELVIN GOLDSMITI-I ORVILLE GOLUB EVELYN GOODNIGHT KATHERINE GOODSELL BOB GORDON THOMAS COULD JACK GRAHAM MARY LOU GRAHAM ART GRANT HENRY GREELEY JIM GREELY BILLIE GREEN WILLIAM GREENWOOD TOM GRIFFITH LADDY GROSS DONALD GUSTAFSON KAY GUTHMULLER ELEANOR HAGGETT ANNABEL HAGYARD NED HALL WALTER A. HALL CARLO HALLIA PEGGY HALLOCK GORDON HAMBLEY IRWIN HAMER LIDA HANNA EVAN HANNAY BERNICE M. HANSEN HARRY HANSEN CONSTANCE HARRINGTON AGNES HARRISON GORDON HARRISON ALBERT HART MARY FRANCIS HARTSON GRACE HASTIE JAMES HAUSCHILDT KINNE HAWE5 KENNETH HAWKINS CHARLES HAWORTH HELEN HAYDEN JUNE HEADRICK MARGARET HEALY BETTY JANE HEAMAN OLLE HEDBRING BEATRICE HEITMANN HANS HELMLE ARTHUR HEMENWAY DOROTHY HEMPHILL MARGARET HENDERSON DAVE HERALD SAM HESS JEAN HETHERTON WILBUR HEWSON LYLE HIGGINS ED HILLYER YONEO HIRADE PRISCILLA HITCHMAN GEORGE HOGAN DON HOLDEN EUGENE HOLLAND JU IORS 68 JU IOR 69 J. F. I-IOLLENBECK LESLIE HOLLENBECK LADD HOLLINGWORTH MAXINE HORNBECK JOHN HOUNSELL CHARLES HOWARD ROBERT HOWIE J. PAUL HOYT ALICE HUNT MARY HUSTON ANN HUTCHINSON CLARENCE HUTCHINSON HERB IHRIG EDGAR IRISH ROBERT ISAACSON EDWIN H. IVERSON LEE JACOBI LEO M. JACOBSON RUTH JANSON JOHN FREDERIC JARVIS VIRGINIA JARVIS FRANK JEFFERSON LYLE N. JENKS THORUM JOHANNSSON CHARLES JOHNSON CHARLES JOHNSON JEAN JOHNSON LEONARD JOHNSON JACK JOHNSTONE RODNEY JOHNSTON BARBARA JORDAN WESLEY JORGENSEN GUY J UBITZ MAX JUDY MARY ELIZABETH KABLE SEYMOUR KAIL BOB KARR KELMAN KEAGY COLINE KEARNS JACK KEENE JACK KEITH DAVE KELLOGG ALVIN KELLY RICHARD KELLEY PHIL KENDRICK ELEANOR KENNEDY MARGARET KENNEDY DOROTHY KERLEE JOHN KETTENRING SHUJI KIMURA MADELEINE KIRK DAN KNISELY GRACE KNOWLES ARTHUR KNUTSON YOSHIYUKI KOITABASHI BERNARD KOHLS MARY KOSHER ISABEL KUNZ LILLIAN KUSAK ALICE ELIZABETH LAPLANT JUNE LACHMAN ALLAN LANGENWALTER JAMES LARWOOD DOROTHY LASHER HELEN LATHROP HERBERT LAUTERSTEIN DAN LAZAREVICH JOHN LEA GLENN LEE GILBERT LEIENDECKER LES LESLIE LEON LEVY ELMO LEWIS JEAN LIEDLOFF ROSE MARY LOMEN WENDELL LONG LESLIE LONGWELL CARMEN LOPEZ JEAN LOVEJOY JANE LOWTHER BOB LUND HANS LUND SIDNEY LUND DOROTHY LUNDGREN LOUISE LUTEY THOMAS LYNCH HILTON LYSONS PATRICIA MACAULEY EFI-'IE MACLEAN JIM MADILL MARJORIE MADILL CHRISTINE MADSEN EVELYN ANN MADSEN MARCO MAGNANO RAY MALONE W. L. MANCHESTER MARJORIE MANTHE DIAN MANZER GERALDINE MARK NELLIE MARKLEY BLANCHE MARION CELIA MARION BERNICE MARS MAXINE MARTIN MARION MARTS JOHN K. MARSHALL ANN MASSOURAS DOUGLAS MAVOR GOSE MCALEARY JIM MCBEE EARL W. MCBRATNEY BERNITA MCCAFFREY HELEN MCCANKEY MERLE MCCANN BILL MCCLASKEY BOB MCCLASKEY ELIZABETH MCCOY JOHN F. MCCOY MARION MCCORMICK JEAN MCCURDY ANNE MCCUTCHEON BOB MCDONALD MARY MCEWEN F. DAN MCGILLICUDDY JR. MARIAN McGUIRE DEAN MCI-IAN PAT MCHUGI-I GEORGE McKAY EMMA A. McKEE CLAUDE MCKELLAR BOB MCKINSTRY BETTY MCNAMARA JEAN MCWILLIAMS JOHN MEAGI-IER JACK MEDICA ROBERT MEIGS FRANK MELDER ADELINE MERESSE ARTHUR MEYER CLARK MILLER PONCHITA MILLER ROBERT E. MILLER RYND MILLER BILL MILLINGTON DOROTHY MILLS EDWARD T. MIZE ROBERT MOCH MITCHELL MONDALA ROBERT MOODY EDWARD MOORE JOE MOORE MARSHALL MOORE WALTER MORBECK CAROLYN MORFORD KATHERINE MORGENROTII MARY MORI MICI-IIKO MORITA JACK MORLOCK ROSLYN MORRIS DAN MURPHY MANSFIELD MURPHY DOUGLAS MURRAY LENORE MYERS CHARLES NEWTON MILDRED NICKERSON HELEN NICHOLS LEE NICHOLSON JAMES NICKSON RERNICE NOLTING RICHARD M. NOMURA BARBARA NOWLIN HOWARD OAKLAND JR. ANASTASIA O'BRIEN MAX OBERDORFER MARGARET ODLIN MARY ANN O'LEARY CATHERINE JANE OLESON DAN OLIN KAY OLIVER CHET OLSON JU IOR 70 UNIOR 71 RUTH OTTERSTEDT MARGARET OVENDEN THOMAS PAGE VICTORIA PALMASON FLORENCE PARR ERNEST PATRICELLI SHIRLEY PATTERSON CHET PAULSON HELEN PEARCE FRANCES PENDERGRAST ELOISE PERHAM BOB PERRY GEORGE PERRY ALLEN PETRICH VERNE PETERSON CARL L. PFLUGMACHER EDYTHE PICHT WILLIAM PICKENS DOROTHY JANE PIERCE BUD PLAMONDON BOB POEPPEL IZETTA POINDEXTER MAXINE POSSEE EMERY POWELL CAROLINE POWER BETTY PRATT RONALD PRESTON KATHRYN PRICE LEONA PRIEBE GEORGE PROPSTRA JOHN QUENCE JO QUIGLEY TOM RAMSEY FRANCIS RAPHAEL JOE RAWLINGS RUTH RAYMOND DALE W. READ MARCIA RECTOR ARTHUR REED BESSIE REHKOPF MARION REID BUD RESEBURG FRANK REYNOLDS JOHN RICHARDSON RONALD RICHARDSON HOWARD RICHMOND CHARLES RICKERD HARRIET RICKERSON JANET RIGGS ALICE RINE HOWARD RITCHIE ROBERT RITCHIE BARBARA ROBBINS JANE ROBERG DON ROBERTS MAY ROBERTS ELLIOTT ROBERTSON JOHN ROBINSON DAVE ROBSON BILL ROCKHILL EVERT RODENHOUSE BEVERLY ROGERS PHYLLIS ROGERS HOWARD ROLIN ANDY ROYE WILLARD G. RUBLIN HAROLD RUDOW BETTY RUMMENS MARGARET RUNNALLS HAROLD RUNSTAD JOE RYAN RAY RYAN FORREST SAINSBURY PAUL SAMPSON FLORENCE SANDERS CHARLES SATHER LEO SAUKKO MARJORIE SAVIDGE TONY SAVINA MARJORIE SCHACHT WALT SCHAEFFER FREDERICK SCHEEL HELEN SCHNEIDER WILLIAM SCI-IODDE PHIL SCHOEL VIRGINIA SCHONBERG JOHN SCI-IUYTEN CELIA SCOFIELD GRACE SCOTNESS JANE SCOTT AGNES SEALANDER WILLIAM SHANNON JEAN SHANSTROM PAT SHAW WILL SHEF F IELD RAY SHEPHERD BOB SHERWOOD HARRY SHERWOOD FREDERICK T. SHIMANAKA MARLIN SHIRLEY BERNICE SHORROCK MARY LOUISE SICKENGA ANTONIO SISON HANS SKOV DOROTHY SLATE DORIS SMITH HAROLD SMITH JANE LOUISE SMITH PEGGY SMITH ROBERT G. SMITH STUART SMITH WILLIAM C. SMITH FRED O. SNACKS DOROTHY SNEVE EARL SNIPPEN MARGARET SOBEY CECILLE SOLOMON LEONA SOURNSKI ROY SOUTHWORTH GENE SPECKART ELEANOR SPRAGUE CLARA MARIE SPRINGER VERNON SPRY MARJORIE STARK IOLA STEELE GEORGE STENSON LEE STETTLER VICTOR STEVENS BARBARA STEVENSON CHARLES STEWARD EVELYN STEWART FLORENCE STINNETT LYMAN STONE KATI-IRYN STOVER PAT STRICKLER MOLLY SUSSMAN DOROTHY SUTHERLAND ANDY SUTTON ARVID SWANSON JERRY SWEM ROBERT SYLVESTER LILLY TAKEUCI-II PAULINE TARLOW JOSEPH TEMPLETON JEFF TESREAU WILLIAM TEST NELLIE THOMAS VERNA THOMAS HELEN THOMPSON HELEN TIFFIN PEARL TIPP FLOYD TOLLESON RAY TREMBLAY WILFRED TREW HENRY TSUCHIYAL MARY TSUKUNO DICK TURNER NELL TURNER DOROTHY TWELVES JOHN ULMAN BILL USDANE MARY VANDER-LEEST WINIFRED VANDERSLICE CLIFF VANDERVEER ANDREW VEBLEN JEAN VERMILYA PHILIP M. WAGNER HOWARD WAITE HELEN WALKER JOHN WALKER MARY WALLACE MARGARET WARD MARJORIE WARREN NAT WASHINGTON KERMIT WASMUTH JACK WATT CARLETON WAUGH FRED WEINGARTEN JEROME WEINSTEIN SYLVIA WEINSTEIN U IOR 72 JU IOR 73 VIRGINIA WESTLUND LUCILE WETTRICK JOSEPHINE WHALEY BETTY WI-IEALDON JOAN WHELAN STANLEY WHITAKER JOHN WI-IITELEATHER JACK W. WHITEMAN GERTRUDE WHITMAN JOHN WHITNEY OTIS WICKERSHAM WILLARD E. WIENER JANE WILKINSON KENNETH WILLIAMS WILLIAM WILLIAMS MARY HELEN WILLIAMSON AILEEN WILLIS GRAHAM WILLS HUBERT WILSON GEORGE WIMBERLY FRANK WINDUST LAURIEN WINN JAMES WINSTANLEY WILLA LOU WOODS AL WRIGHT FLORENCE WRIGHT WAYNE WYMAN I-IENRIETTA YOUNG EARLE ZINN HERBERT WELLS Biggs, Merrill Cole, Harris BEARD-GROWING CONTEST . . . J UDGES . . . Mary Bannick, Jane Porter, Phyllis Klinker, Isabelle Hogue, Marge Odell, Jean Bishop, Mary Jane Spinner, Mary Scammell COMMITTEE: . . . Bob Stauii, chairmang Nancy Erdahl, Peggy Stiley, Virginia Kellogg, Marguerite McCarthy, Barbara Coleman, Bob Keating, J ack Northrop, Bob England, Bill Pritchard, Bill Sanders,-Bob Moffat, Don Garland, Stuart Blum WINNERS . . . Bob Keating, thickest, Carl Jacobsen, most hairlessg Carl Christopher, hairiestg John Conley, scraggliestg Lawrence Bar, reddestg Willard Vadman, scrawniestg Dick Oswin, most exotic 5 Bob England, longest UNDERCLASSMEN'S DANCE COMMITTEE . . . CHAIRMAN . . . Karl Richardson CO-CHAIRMAN . . Jean Bishop PUBLICITY . . . Bob Keating TICKETS . . . Bob England ' ENTRERTAINMENT . . . Bill Houston MOTIF . . . Nancy Erdahl DECORATIONS . . . Rhodes Moller REFRESHMENTS . . . Mary Scammell PATRONS AND PATRONESSES . . .Mary Bannick SECRETARIES . . . Virginia Kellogg, Jean Woodworth, Mira Moll, Doris Benton ophomore Class OFFICERS . . . John Biggs, President John Merrill, Vice President - Mary Cole, Secretary Kristin Harris, Treasurer THE soPHoMoRE CLASS has already produced its share of activity-minded students, with athletics especially bring- ing recognition to second-year men. Sophomore football players who sparkled in varsity competition are Chuck Bond, Elmer Legg, Jimmy Cain and By Haines. Bob Egge, Chuck Wagner and Ed,Love- rich were effective in basketball, and the entire National Champion freshman crew of 1934- turned out for varsity crew this year. Ending the official activities of the Class of '37s sopho- more year with an evening of gaiety, the class co-sponsored the second annual undeI'classmen's informal. Three sophomore winners of frosh crew numerals . . . Wellington Phillips, Ivan Perry and Forbes Wilson . . . amble classward Two sophomore football stars . . . Chuck Boncl and Jimmy Cain . . . go visiting the Kappas. Judges of Beard-growing Contest . . . Odell, Porter, Bishop, Bannick, Klinker, Scammel. 74B Freshman Class OFFICERS Ray Cook, President Bob Tillman, Vice President Betty Meacham, Secretary John Warren, Treasurer MORE THAN 3,000 students, forming the largest class in the hlstory of the University, entered their freshman year on 'H the campus last fall, devoting most of their energy to studying and learning their way around. The class endeavored to fill the treasury by cooperating in the interclass dues drive last fall. The freshmen's roster of athletes who have a good chance to wear Big "W" sweaters next year includes Rink Bond, Red Walters, I im Neander, Ross Warner and Walt Kastner. Turning socialite, the class joined the sophomores' in- formal this spring, the first social event the class of ,38 has sponsored. Cook, Tillman Meacham, Warren UNDERCLASSMEN'S DANCE . . . C0-CHAIRMAN . . . J im Hite PUBLICITY . . . Beth England TICKETS . . . Virginia Robinson ENTERTAINMENT . . . Charlotte Wright Morrr . . . Willamay Stransberg DECORATIONS . . . Janet Chapin REFRESHMENTS . . . .lei Barry PATRONS AND PATRONESSES . . . I oe Byrd SECRETAHIES . . . Laura Spencer, Pat Roberg, Mary Millington Betty Mae Stir ELECTION COMMITTEE . . . Paul Frederickson, chairman 5 Teddy Wakefield, Watson Smith, Olive Moore, Marjorie Parsons, Marguerite Rolle, Dick Metzger, Rink Bond, Bennett Bailey, George Emerson, Bob Albright, Fred Colvin, Peggy Ann Olson, Carol Larson, Barbara Taylor, .lack McCune, Bill Donahey, Bruce Quimby, Margaret Wilson, J im Spinner, Casey Brown, Sue Williams Election Chairman Paul F redericlcson, Rachel Wadsworth, Helen Walsh and Sue Williams, talk over the voting question Paul F redrickson watches while Peggy Guilrnet does her voting duty Bruce Quimby, Karl Richardson, .lean Bishop, chairmen for the Underclnssmen.'s Dance, look over plans . . . before Quimby was replaced by .lim Hite 75 I OE CONNOR-because he has earned every bit of his Way through school while marking up full work times on the Daily and his schoolbooks each dayg because as editor of the Daily, he Went to the Hearst conference in Washingtong because an editorial he wrote on the conference was read by Hearst and resulted in Joe,s being invited down by airplane ato talk things over" at Hearst's ranch. BILL WILMOT-because in addition to being a Daily editor, he is president of Sigma Delta Chi and was Washington's representative at the hon- oraryis convention in Indiana last summerg be- cause he comes from Arizona and earned the affectionate nickname of "Slug" Theta Chi. Lambda Chl, Alpha ONS I AT ' BLIC l- PU Cofman, McKnight Fink, Grifith, H edin, Kosher Allyn, Alexander, Brazier, Calkins Chessher, Clark, Eastwood, Erdahl Green, Hannay, H ogue, Jacobi Jarvis, Johnson, Madill, Martin M cCaffrey, Nicholson, Phelps, Porter Smith, Stolle, Warner, Wernecke TYEE taff EDITOR . . . Caroline Coffman ASSOCIATE EDITORS . . . Tom Griffith, Marceline Fink, Sigrid Hedin, Mary Kosher ART . . . Margaret Adams, section editor, Mary Erckenbrack, John Rohrer, Barney Grevstad, Ed Boar, C. H. N ieucker, Vic Steinbrueck CLASSES . . . Claire Wernecke, editor, Lee Nicholson, assistant editor, Betsy Gormley, Ken Cox, Betty Strehlau, Elsie Schultz, Eunice Anderson, Jane Emhury, J 0 Ryan, Lora Belle Harrold, Pat Sharkey ADMINISTRATION . . . Shirley Clark, Bob Alexander, co-editors, Jud Hubbart, Rose Mary Procunier, Mary Beers, Jean Wingate, Arnold Marks, Helen Murree Beck ACTIVITIES . . . Bernita McCaffrey, editor, Shirley Ross, Margaret Huntoon Helen Mulvehill, Peggy Arneson, F ran Harrison, Mary Vander Leest Doris Mcllroy, Mary Millington PHOTOGRAPHY . . . Jack Jarvis, editor, Joe MacDonald, Bob Doble, special campus scenes -Walter Rasmussen, Harry Burdick, play photos-Charles Bell SOCIETY . . . Miriam Warner, editor, Ruth Gjesdahl COPY . . . Frankie Phelps, editor, Carl Brazier, assistant, Betty Turner, Emarine Taylor, Dorothy Brodsky, Constance Sloss, Marian Baker, Roberta Schumann, Margaret Wilson, Mary Frances Benzulla, Hal Giles SPORTS . . . Pepper Martin, editor, Lee Jacobi and Bruce Helberg, ' assistants, Chang Falahee, Frank Taylor, Jack Keene, Wendell Broyles . SORORITIES AND FRATERNITIES . . . Evan Hannay and Kathleen Calkins, co-editors, Pat Eckroat, Barbara Donovan, Jackie Chessher Debbie Altose, Roberta Schumann, Carolyn Morford, Mary McPhail, Marjorie Johnson HONORARIES AND PROFESSIONALS . . . Jim Madill, editor, Jim Eastwood, assistant, June Lachman, Sue Heines, Virginia Wilson, John McKeehan, Alberta Corkery, Betty Lou Davis, Muriel Buck, Roslyn Morris, Winnie Carr, Martha Burkhart, Kenneth Jones BUSINESS MANAGER . . . Dale McKnight ASSISTANT BUSINESS MANAGERS . . . Marvin Allyn, Bill Smith, Leonard Johnson ADVERTISING STAFF . . . Jane Gordon, Betty Banks, Gloria Thomas, Jean Cowie, Betty Jane Thomas, Earl Viers, Bill Millington, Bob Moffatt, Joe Templeton ORGANIZATION . . . Jackie Chessher, manager, Betty Anne Crosby, Lois Griggs, Joe Templeton, Virginia Phelps, Ferguson Beale, Len Johnson, Lewis Caldwell, Bernice Hubert, Elwood Gunnerson. PROMOTION . . . Mary Jane Stolle, Jane Porter, Janeth Hogue, managers OFFICE . . . Judy Green, manager winter and spring quarters, Nancy Erdahl, manager fall quarter, Jane Scott, Betty Banks, Frances Chessher, Peggy Dunn, Peggy Arneson, Ruth Backeldore, J ane Cortelyou, Mary Sheffield, Virginia Lowther, Mary Millington, Clarihel McKinley, Helen Mulvehill, Lily Kennedy, Jean Evans, Sue Steiwer, Sue Williams, Geraldine Schorr 78 TYEE Editorial Staff Y K Wasser, Rohrer, F itzgerald, Brazier, Steinbrueck F alahee, H edin, Nicholson, Jarvis, Hubbart, Griffith Erckenbrack, Gjesdahl, Phelps, F ink, Sharlcey, Strehlau Cojman, Biggle, Altose, Gormley, Buck, Schumann Warner, Clark, Kosher, Chessher, Benzulla, Embury TYEE Business Staff Smith, Moffatt, McKnight, Beal, Allyn Chessher, Porter, Green, Erdahl, Lowther 79 i La COLUMNS ' EDITORIAL STAFF OCTOBER 1 TO FEBRUARY 15 . . . EDITOR . . . James G. Long ASSOCIATE EDITORS . . . Martin Trepp, Dick Stephens ART EDITOR . . . Kenneth Jones ASSISTANT EDITOR . . . John Williamson SUN DODGERS . . . Melvin Goldsmith, Jack Jarvis, Arnold Marks, Tom Herbert, Norman F alahee, Betty Jane Heaman, Ron Scribner, Peggy Stiley, Jack Beardwood, Don Humber ARTISTIC SUN DODGERS . . . Jack Hollenheck, Jim Fitzgerald, Seymour Kail, Vic Steinbreuck SECRETARIAL SUN DODGI-:R . . . Peggy Stiley BUSINESS STAFF . . . BUSINESS MANAGER . . . John Howe ADVERTISING . . . Don Oman, Ed Johnson, Mary Shannon, Dave Maginnis, Doris Donahey, Virginia Robinson, James Rothrock OFFICE . . . Dorothy Thomson, manager, Judy Green, Olive Moore, Elizabeth Ellingwood, Betty Strehlau, Margaret Campbell, Suzanne Williams PROMOTION . . . Peggy Stiley, manager , Dorothy Leede, Arliene Cheadle, Virginia Hoskins, Hasseltine Chessher, Margaret Seamans, Marjorie Johnson, Mabel Bennett CAMPUS SALES . . . Kathleen Calkins, manager, Jane Embury, Nancy Erdahl ' CIRCULATION . . . Arthur Meyer, manager, Bernice Hubert, Jules Cohen, Maurice Meyer, Bob Moffat, Bud Lund EDITORIAL ACTING STAFF MARCH 1 TO JUNE 15 . . . EDITOR . . . Hugh Scott ASSOCIATE EDITOR . . . Proctor Mellquist CONTRIBUTORS . . . Bob Peile, Lee Nicholson, Fred d'Avila, Pink Marmont, Willard Rublin, Bill Ashton, Hugh Thompson, Frankie Phelps, Beatrice Wade STAFF ARTISTS . . . Vic Steinbrueck, Fayne Silbaugh, Don Bennett, Hugh Purcell, Waddy Abbott, Seymour Kail SECRETARY . . . Peggy Stiley Long, Scott Howe, Meyer Abbott, Elmendorf, Ashton, M ellquist, Mofat Meyer, M 01-Zap, Ashtgn, Maginnis, Howe TVCPP, Peile, d'A11ilfl, S 00515, Rublin Johnson, Oman, Palm er, Lowther, Moore, Williams fonef, .lllfvi-9, illill77l-9071, MUTk5, Gfififh, Bennett Green, Thomson, Bennigson, H eaman, Strehlau R0bU1S0n, CGUCULS, N 1071-015076 Ph6lPS, Silballgh Robinson, H opkins, Embury, Erdahl, Bennett, Campbell 80 ix , f 1 W f rw Vi wx V, X www wp all Q.. I-.i mx JP L I L ' f ,, .J 1 . L, J 1 , 1 ,I f 4. D ILY Editorial taff October, 1934 EDITOR . . . Joe Connor ASSOCIATE EDITOR . . . Bill Wilmot MANAGING EDITOR . . . Melvin Goldsmith NEWS EDITOR . . . Thomas H. Griffith ASSISTANT NEWS EDITOR . . . Carl Brazier, Jr. EDITORIAL BOARD . . . Caroline CoHman, Mary Kosher, Frankie Phelps, "Pepper" Martin COPY EDITOR . . . George Sundborg ASSISTANT COPY EDITOR . . . Don Anderson SPORTS EDITOR . . . Lorin Peterson SOCIETY EDITOR . . . Ruth Gjesdahl ASSISTANT SOCIETY EDITOR . . . Miriam Warner ASSISTANT SPORTS EDITORS . . . Norman Falahee, Wendell Broyles . SPECIAL REPORTERS . . . Jack Jarvis, Jud Hubbart, Lee Nicholson, Arnold Marks REPORTERS . . . Bob Doble, Doris Mcllroy, Betsy Gormley, Betty Turner, Shirley Clark SOCIETY STAFF . . . Bea Wade, LaVon Watkins, Mary Anne Seidelhuber APPRENTICES . . . Lynn Scholes, Jessie Wilson, Ed Hillyer, Roy Bucknell, Doris Benton, Annabel Biggle, John Merrill, Mike Bird, Bob Cahen, Creel Dunlap, Dorothy Brodsky, Mary Phelan, Emily Hegewald, Bettie Munger, Fran Harrison, Elena Sbedico, Elmer Stewart, Henry Kessler STAFF CARTOONIST . . . Jack Hollenbeck Connor Anderson, Brazier, Coffman, G jesdahl Goldsmith, Grifith, Hubbart, Jarvis Doble, Brazier, Scott, Connor, Edinger, Shirley, Roberts, Hubbart Warner, G jesdahl, Anderson, Griffith, Jarvis, Cahen, Giles F alahee, Biggle, Eshom, Seizlelhuber, Gormley, Sharkey, Shaman, Kessler Merrill, Cojman, Clark, Kosher, Phelps, Nicholson, Strehlau, 82 Wilmot A Kosher, Marks, Martin, Nicholson Peterson, Phelps, Warner, Clark D ILY Editorial taff Februar , 193 EDITOR . . . Bill Wilmot MANAGING EDITOR . . . Tom Griffith News EDITOR . . . Carl Brazier, Jr. COPY EDITOR . . . Don Anderson ASSISTANT COPY EDITOR . . . John Edinger SPORTS EDITORS . . . Norman Falahee, Bruce Helberg ASSISTANT SPORTS EDITOR . . . Wendell Broyles SOCIETY EDITOR . . . Miriam Warner SPECIAL REPORTERS . . . J ack Beardwood, Bob Peile, Jack J arvis, Jud Hubbart, Melvin Goldsmith, Caroline Coffman REPORTERS . . . Shirley Clark, Lee Nicholson, Lorin Peterson, Mary Kosher, Lynn Scholes, Ed Hillyer, Bob Roberts, Henry Kessler, Doris Mcllroy Betsy Gormley SOCIETY STAFF . . . Bea Wade, Doris Benton, Annabel Lee Biggle, Mary Ann Seidelhuber, La Von Watkins COPY STAFF . . . Dorothy Brodsky, Mary Phelan, Ginny Anne Bowden, Elena Sbedico, Dawn Buckner, Bette Balsiger, Charlotte McFarland, Louise Harlan, June Boggan PART or THE HGYPSY JOURNALIST77 STAFF WHICH MADE THE SPRING VACATION TOUR TO PUT OUT PAPERS IN SEATTLE, OLYMPLA, CENTRALIA, ABERDEEN, LONGVIEW, HOQUIAM, KELSO, EVERETT, MT. VERNON, ELLENSBURG AND V ANCOUVER, B. C. Edinger, Asst. Prof. Christian, Asst. Prof. Benson, Richardson, H ubbart Cojman, d'Avila, Grijith, Scott Clark, Warner, Prof. McKenzie, Nicholson, Kosher 83 9 D ILY Business Staff October, 1934 BUSINESS MANAGER . . . J oe Blake ADVERTISING DIRECTOR . . . Oluf Bye CIRCULATION MANAGER . . . Ralph Knipe NATIONAL ADVERTISING MANAGER . . . Gordon Gabie CREDIT MANAGER . . . Jim Rice ASSISTANT ADVERTISING DIRECTOR . . . Charles Newton ADVERTISING STAFF . . . Sandy Stewart, .Tack Boley, Ellsworth Dimmitt, Ralph Knipe OFFICE MANAGER . . . Virginia Fett ASSISTANT OFFICE MANAGER . . . Mira Moll CLASSIFIED AD MANAGER .. . Bonita J aifee ASSISTANT CREDIT MANAGER . . . Catharine Hawley PROMOTION MANAGER . . . Eleanor Huot COPY MANAGER . . . Beth Cooperman BUSINESS STAFF . . . Argyle Armstrong, Frank Collin, Ernie Smith, Owen Henry, Bob Bartleson, George Hodge, Dick Purditch, Warren Margrath, Elizabeth Ellingwood, Bette Balsiger Jean McNee, ,lane Whitman, Helen Schneider, Alice Burnett, Kathryn Kearns, Betty .lane Thomas, Carol Halls, Inez Crabtree, Barbara Robinson, Margery Borklund, Martha Lively, Helen Beck, Marian Newberry, Marion Seaborn, Gertrude Pearl, Helen Borgert, Blake Margaret Featherstone, Katharine Welch, Dorothy Smith, Bgley, Bye, Fgtt Peggy Parker, Kay Duffy, Betty Hill, Eleanor Larsen Gabie, Hawley Connie Harrington, Josephine Sommer Bye, Larsen, Seaborn, H not Newton, Blake, Robinson, Schneider Beattie, Goodnight, Newberry, Boley Richards, F ett, Richardson, Campbell, Dimmitt 84 Brazier, Wilmot, Goldsmith, Gfifllh-DAY EDITORS Huot, Jayfee, Moll Newton, Rice DAILY Business Staff February, 1935 BUSINESS MANAGER . . . Joe Blake .ADVERTISING DIRECTOR . . . Oluf Bye , ASSISTANT ADVERTISING DIRECTOR . . . Charles Newton CIRCULATION MANAGER . . . Ralph Knipe ASSISTANT CIRCULATION MANAGER . . . Bob Bartleson NATIONAL ADVERTISING MANAGER . . . Gordon Gabie PROMOTION MANAGER . . . Eleanor Huot CREDIT MANAGER . . . Jim Rice ADVERTISING STAFF . . . Sandy Stewart, J ack Boley, Ellsworth Dimmitt, Ralph Knipe OFFICE MANAGER . . . Virginia Fett CLASSIFIED AD MANAGER . . . Bonita Jaflee COPY MANAGER . . . Betty Hill BUSINESS OFFICE STAFF . . . Helen Schneider, Kathryn Kearns, Betty Jane Thomas, Carol Halls, Barbara Robinson, Marion Seaborn, Bette Balsiger, Marian Newberry, Myra Moll, Rosalind Weclun, Bettie Beattie, Evelyn Goodnight, JO Richardson, Eleanor Larsen, Bette Campbell, Kathryn Meagher ANOTHER GROUP OF GYPSY JOURNALISTS . . . Sanllbeck, Knipe, Roberts, Bernlzarfl Keene, Hillyer, Anderson, Marks Craig, Phelps, Manzer, Jarvis 85 MARY MARGARET QUIGLEY-bCCHUSC by quiet man- agership, she has captained Totem Club this year, in addition to being a Mortar Board member and a potential Phi Beteg because she worked as vice president of YWCA while carrying a full load of AWS concert work. Kappa Alpha Theta. FLORENCE MARRIOTT-because before her elec- tion to the AWS presidency, she was voted the most popular coed on the campusg because she is a member of Mortar Board and Totem Clubg and because AWS fared Well in her hands, turn- ing out a successful concert season. Alpha Chi Omega. TONY MCMAHON because he refused a very probable re-election to the ASUW vice-presi- dencyg because he is a three-year track mang because he was chairman of the High School Leaders' conference and really rates the title of "the most popular man in schoolf, Phi Della Theta. ROGER EVANS-because he IS a member of that hard-working but seldom publicized league of ASUW managersg because he is president of the managerial council and put in one year of hard labor as senior basketball manager. Phi Gamma Delta. A 86 CAMERA GLANCES AT CAMPUS LIFE AHALQA 88 I Mortar Board NATIONAL SENIOR women's honorary founded in 1918 at Swarthmore College. Tolo chapter chartered in 1925. Elec- tion to membership is based on scholarship and activiteis. OFFICERS . . . Helen Challiss, President Frances Hines, Vice President ,lane Warrack, Secretary Maurine Mallory, Treasurer Janet Murray, Keeper of Loan Fund Caroline Coffman, Historian Eleanor Bushnell, Editor FACULTY ADVISERS . . . Ebba Dahlin ' Peggy Waltz Martha Dresslar May Dunn Ward MEMBERS . . . Betty Benson Lois Delano Elsie Fitton Caroline Gearhart Dorothy Griiien HONORARY MEMBER . . . 1935 PLEDGES . . . Ann Hutchinson Peggy Brownell Dorothy Hemphill Josephine Quigley Helen Nichols Bernita McCaErey Mary Frances Hartson .lane Brotherton Peggy Hartson Betty Holman Florence Marriott Ruth Nieding Mary Margaret Quigley Louise Fleming Leone Priehe Willa Lou Wood Kathleen Calkins Lee Nicholson Elaine Fulton Belle Berch Elsie Cooper Janet Riggs Helen Hayden MORTAR BOARD sponsored its annual fashion show at the Meany hotel on November 2. Models were selected from organized houses. Dorothy Griilen directed the affair. Tolo, sponsored during the winter quarter, was held at the Olympic hotel and was judged a huge success. Ruth Nieding headed the committee for the dance. Proceeds, from both the fashion show and Tolo, were turned into women students, revolving loan fund, con- trolled by the Dean of Women. Mortar Board also helped with plans for the revival of Campus Day. 89 Benson, Bushnell, Challiss, Coffman Delano, Fleming, Fitton, Gearhart Hartson, Hines, Holman, Mallory Marriott, M array, Nieding, Quigley Warrack 5? .fx Argersinger, C orey, F rankland Hanover, H owarfl, Kilgore Love, Robinson, Tuttle Williams l"'i"N """s.. 1, r 'r'1x . f, z ll fi '5f L NX xv' Tx If , xl Fir Tree FIR TREE is a senior men's honoraryfounded at the Univer- sity of Vllashington in 1907. Election to membership is based upon signal service to Washington. The aim of the organization is to uphold the traditions and promote the A it , A , welfare ofthe University. . , ' , y , M T OFFICERS . . . Bill Howard, President Howard Tuttle, V ice President .lack Corey, Secretary Bob Palmer, Treasurer I FACULTY MEMBERS 4 . . Charles Frankland Carl Kilgore Don McKenzie Clyde Robinson Al Ulbrickson MEMBERS . . . Edward Argersinger J ack Hanover Harvey Love , Leonard Stevens .lack Williams 910 MEMBERS . . . Totem Club UPPERCLASS womenas activity honorary founded at the University of Washiiigton in 1932. Membership is based on service to Vllashington, and a NC" average is required of all members. TOTEM CLUB opened its activity program fall quarter with a tea for all women transfer students. The new women were encouraged to enter into student activities at the University. This year the club made its annual award of a silver loving cup to the women's organized house selling the most Tyees. Projects aided by Totem club cooperation were the AWS Freshman Exposition, Dance Drama and the ASUW move- ment for a new type of Campus Day. OFFICERS . . . Mary Margaret Quigley, President Audrey Champreux, Vice President Orena Armstrong, Secretary Margaret Herz, Treasurer Virginia Westlund, Historian Betty Benson Helen Challiss Elda Nell Parvin Lois Delano Caroline Cearhart Betty M. Harris Peggy Hartson Marjorie Hess Margaret Hoge Maurine Mallory Janet Murray Dixie Stanley Jane Warrack Genevieve Beach PLEDGES . . . Violet Anderson Belle Berch Jane Brotherton Peggy Brownell Frances Boyer Betty Buchner Trova Caldwell Kathleen Calkins Jean Castleton Hasseltine Chesslier Millicent Doncaster Eva Marie Earley Willa Lou Woods Pat Fiset Elaine Fulton Mary Frances Hartson 91 Carolyn Conover Ruth Gj esdahl Barbara Jacobsen Virginia Lanclrarn Beatrice McIntosh Eleanor Stone Lily Takeuchi Betty Holman Arliene Cheadle Caroline Coffman Elsie Fitton Dorothy Griflen Betty L. Harris Sigrid Hedin Frances Hines Helen Hayden Dorothy Hemphill Ann Hutchinson Bernita McCaHrey Jean McCurdy Helen Nichols Lee Nicholson Bernice Nolting Margaret Odlin Frances Pendergrast Leone Priebe Josephine Quigley Jane Reamer Janet Riggs Margaret Runnalls Marjorie Stark Dorothy Horsfall Florence Marriott Ruth N ieding June Thomas Ruth Abel Margaret Chalfant Jane Fraser Eleanor Hervin Helen Kantner Leone Knight Dorothy Leede Sue Moseley Annis Sandvos Virginia Westlund Eleanor Stromme Pearl Tipp Abel, Armstrong, Benson, Challiss Cltarnpreax, Cheadle, Coffman, Conover Delano, Fitton, Gearlzart, Gjeszlahl Griffon, E. L. Harris, Harlson, Heclin H erz, Hess, H ines, Holman Hoge, Horsfall, Jacobsen, Kantner Landrum, Leede, Mallory, Marriott Mclntosh, Moseley, Murray, Nlecling Parvin, Quigley, Sandvos, Stanley Stone, Thomas, Warrack, Westland Ahonen, Argersinger, Blake, Corey Duryee, England, Evans, F. Galer R. Galer, Hardy, H eaman, H oisington H oward, H nb bard, Johnson, King Lear, Love, McDonald, M cKnight McMahon, M etcalf, M illard, M forud Montgomery, Moore, M ueller, Mucha Oberleitner, Plumb, Pruzan, Raney Rodal, Shearer, Shipek, Snyder Steen, Sulkosky, Tuttle, Ullin White, Williams, Wyman val Club OVAL CLUB is an upperclassmen's honorary founded at the University of Washington in 1907. Service to Washington is the basis for selecting men to the organization. OVAL CLUB had a busy activity year. Last spring it spon- sored the crew drive, which netted 3500 over the necessary sum, and a special University edition of Columns. This is- sue was sent to all high school graduates in the state. The last Campus Day was turned into a Play Day by the group. This fall members made a good-will tour of many high schools and sponsored a pledge dance for all freshman students. OFFICERS . . . I ack Corey, President Donald Hoisington, Vice President Dale McKnight, Secretary Everett Shipek, Treasurer HONORARY MEMBERS . . . Roland Belshaw James Phelan Gilbert S. Schaller Prof. Edmond S. Meany Harold Shepherd MEMBERS . . . Arthur Ahonen Edward Argersinger Joe Blake Edward Clinton Richard Cook Kenneth Duryee Negley England Roger Evans Gene Frost Fred Galer Robert Galer John Gavin .lack Hardy Bill Heaman William Howard Lawrence Hubbard Olaf Johnson Mick Metcalf William Millard Herbert Mjorud William Montgomery Ed Moore J im Mueller Chuck Mucha Karl Oberleitner Frank Plumb Harry Pruzan Bud Raney Bob Rodal Frank Rosenquist Joseph Rutkowski Harold Shearer Robert Snyder Norman Steen .l ohn King Paul Sulkosky Dave Lear Howard Tuttle James Long Woody Ullin Harvey Love Robert White Scotty McDonald J ack Williams Paul McMahon Don Wyman E Q 92 CAMERA GLANCES AT CAMPUS LIFE Bw . ?' 93 l Anderson, Challiss, Champreux Delano, Hartson, Hemphill Holman, Kantner, Kingsbury Mannington, Marriott, Nichols Niecling, Quigley Thomas, Weialert AW Presidents Council ASSOCIATED WOMEN,S STUDENTS serves as a clearing house for all Womenis campus activities. The Executive Council, assisted by the Presidents' Council, representing all campus groups, aids the organization in an advisory capacity. This yearls program included several new functions. The Freshman Exposition represented all women's groups on the campus and was arranged by Pearl Tipp. Freshman and new women students at the University met Miss May Dunn Ward, Dean of Women, and Miss Mary l. Bash, Assistant Dean of Women, at a series of teas. A Big Sister movement was sponsored by the Advisory Committee under the direc- tion of Maurine Mallory, chairman. "lt ls Done," campus etiquette booklet, edited by Sigrid Heclin, gained nation- wide recognition. The Concert Series, which broke all pre- vious records for attendance, had three complete sell-outs. A group of informal firesides were given at sorority houses with both independent and Greek first-year students as guests. PRESIDENTS . . . A WS, Florence Marriott WAA, Betty Harris PE, Grace Kingsbury Panhellenic, Ruth Neiding Town Girls, June Thomas Home Economics, Helen Kantner Phraleres, Lois Delano W -Key, Helen Nichols YWCA, Betty Holman BA Council, Violet Anderson Mortar Board, Helen Challiss Totem Club, Mary Margaret Quigley N urses' Club, Charlotte Jamieson Harborview, Edna Risted Attic Players, Doris Mannington Executive Chairman, Audrey Champreux Social Chairman, Mary Frances Hartson Sigma Epsilon Sigma, Dorothy Hemphill Church Clubs, Viola Vivian Alumnae Representative, Mrs. A. J. Younger AWS Manager, Helen Gorham Dean of Women, May Dunn Wa1'd 94 Executive Board and Concert Chairmen PRESIDENT . . . Florence Marriott VICE PRESIDENT . . . Ann Hutchinson SECRETARY . . . Pat Fiset TREASURER . . . Arliene Cheadle EXECUTIVE CHAIRMAN . . . Audrey Champreux CONCERTS . . . Elda Nell Parvin, Dixie Stanley ASSOCIATED ARTS . . . Peggy Hartson STANDARDS . . . Jane Warrack ' SCHOLARSHIP . . . Janet Murray SOCIAL . . . Mary Frances Hartson STUDENT ADVISORY . . . Maurine Mallory ' PUBLICITY . . . Shirley Clark CANDY . . . Dorothy Hemphill RECORDS . . . Dorothy Bailey A ACTIVITIES . . . Frances Hines A, W. . .I Marjorie Hess I SENIOR REPRESENTATIVE . . . Dorothy Horsfall A "IT IS DONEU . . . Sigrid Hedin ALUMNAE REPRESENTATIVE . . . Mrs. Arthur J. Younger - A. W. S. MANAGER . . . Helen Gorham I I DEAN or WOMEN . May Dunn Ward GENERAL CONCERT CHAIRMEN . . . TICKETS . . . Bernita McCaffrey POSTERS . . . Laurien Winn '4HlGH SCHOOLS . . . Marjorie Stark 'FACULTY . . . Mary Scammel VOCAL CLUBS . . . Frances Boyer VOCAL TEACHERS . . . Pat Ryan WOMEN,S CLUBS . . . Jane Embury CAMPUS CLUBS . . . Violet Anderson OUT or TOWN PUBLICITY . . . Ruth Saul BLACI-:BOARDS . . . Beth Fitton PATRONS AND PATRONESSES . . . Elaine Fulton RADIO . . . Grace Scotness HOUSE PURLICITY . . . Pearl Tipp CHURCHES . . . Barbara Borhek SPEAKERS . . . Ann Hutchinson MOTHERS, CLUBS . . . Pat Fiset PRIVATE SCHOOLS . . . Ruth Ahel A TELERHONES . . f'Virg,inia'WilsorI 95 Bailey, Champreux, Cheadle Clark, F iset, F alton H artsan, P. Hartson, H edin Hemphill, Hess, Hin es H orsfall, H utchinson, Mallory Marriott, M CCafjrey, Murray Parvin, Stanley, Stark Tipp, Warrack, Wilson AW Concert eries LUCREZIA BORI . . . To sing gloriously, to mount the ladder of fame after hard work and patience, to lose that voice-only to find it again, after months of silence and despair-that is the miracle in the life of Lucrezia Bori, glamorous Metro- politan Opera Company prima donna, who appeared as the opening concert presentation of the Associated Women Stu- dents, November 8. Miss Bori was repeatedly encored by the audience, which seemed to like especially her selections from "La Traviataf' Lucrezia Bori RICHARD CROOKS . . . Richard Crooks, one of the nation,s leading tenors, delighted his Meany Auditorium audience, December 6. With his magnetic personality, he proved himself to be a real man and a sincere artist. His singing was characterized by musicianship and a fluent, well-schooled production of smooth tone qualities. Crooks' stature and appearance were quality assets in his operatic effectiveness. Richard Crooks PARIS INSTRUMENTAL QUINTET . . . Beauty of tone and perfection of technique were the qualities of the Paris lnstrumental Quintet which pleased discrimi- nating music-lovers in Meany Auditorium, Febru- ary 12. Because the auditorium is too large for chamber music, the Quintet, composed of harp, flute, violin, viola and violoncello, did not have great popular appeal. A Playing intellectual rather than emotional music, the group excelled in its rather limited field. Paris lnstrltmenml Quintet 96 Concert RUTH SLENCZYNSKI . . . Dressed in a white satin dress made " with a full skirt, little Ruth Slenczynski, 10-year-old pianist, bounced her 93 pounds onto the keys to give volume to the tones at her Meany Auditorium concert February 28. eries Playing for two hours without musical copy, she delved i into numbers of many of the old masters with surprising ability. In public appeal, the Meany crowd was the smallest this season. Nevertheless the Slenczynski audience found the child ' very appealing and applauded her for many encores. l Tatiana Chamie, Vania Psota and Eugenia Delaroua in "Aurora's Wedding" "Union Pacific," with a musical background of Dixie melodies. . Especially popular were the vivid dance of 'The Bluebirdsn from "Le Mariage d'Aurore" and "Le Beau Danube," the only ballet in the three perform- ances which was repeated. The colorful ballet, with its beautiful young dan- seuses and the amazingly agile men performers, was the most dramatic production of the concert season. 97 t Ruth Slenczynski BALLET RUssE DE MONTE CARLO . . . Glamour at its peak came to Seattle when Col. W. de Basil's Ballet Russe de Monte Carlo presented three performances in Meany Auditorium, January 30 and 31. An inspiring theater art, combining drama and comedy, music and dancing, the Russian ballet thrilled the most sophisticated of Seattle critics. Their program ranged from 6'Les Sylphidesf' a clas- sical ballet of Old Russia danced to Chopin's music, to a modern interpretation of an American railroad, Scene from "Les Sylphides' ballet Brownell, Caldwell, Conover C. F itton, E. F itton, Grant H ervin, Herz, Holman Jordan, M urray, Quigley Ridenour, Roberts, Sherburne Stark, Taylor, Whelan Woods, Fleming, Johnson YW ASSISTANT SECRETARY . . . Ruth Benham Johnson GENERAL SECRETARY . . . Louise E. Fleming OFFICERS : Betty Holman, President Mary Margaret Quigley, Vice President Wanda Taylor, Secretary Frances Throckmorton, Treasurer CABINET . . . Janet Murray Peggy Brownell Trova Caldwell ,Ioan Whelan Willa Lou Woods COUNCIL . . . Grace Dolan Helen Hayden Celia Scofield Ariel Stout Margaret Murray Lida Hanna Gladys Lawlor Louise Shaiirath Sue Heines Margaret Hurd Jean Baldwin Mary Barton Millicent Doncaster Bernita McCaffrey Elsie Fitton Marjory Stark Janet Grant Sarilda Ridenour Jane Fraser Elaine Fulton A .lean Vermilya lane Wilkinson Barbara Borhek Dorothy Slate Cecily Priestley Jane Ebright Harriet Woodward Shirley Patterson J une Carlson Carol Boring Merle Smith Roslyn Morris Betty Luhman SOPHOMORE COMMISSION OFFICERS . . . Charlotte Fitton, President Irene Olson, Vice President Leah Wayward, Secretary Virginia Hoskins, Treasurer Eleanor Hervin Barbara Jordan Margaret Herz Carolyn Conover. Mary Roberts Eleanor Bushnell Caroline Gearhart Jean Castleton Lily Takeuchi Virginia Lawrence Louise Mitchell Marcia Marple Nell Turner Jane Garwood Marian Edwards Adeline Johnson Beth Fitton SOPHOMORE COMMISSION CABINET . . . Wilhelmina Docherty Vera Pelch Celeste Fulton Ruth Van Arsdale Barbara Borhek Julia Klein ' Mary Jane Hilen FRESHMAN COMMISSION OFFICERS . . . Ann Sherburne, President Virginia Ann Bowden, Vice President Betty Robinson, Secretary Lova Tenney, Treasurer FRESHMAN COMMISSION CABINET . . . Carolyn Fryar Harriet Holman Geraldine Schorr Eleanor Mankey Ellen McComb Betty Meacham Margaret Huntoon Mary Millington Helen Melton Kate Robbins Georgia Brackett Margery Robinson Jean McDonald Jean Ross ' Laura Spencer Essey Tucker 98 Je A NEW ERA of J GV's was ushered in with the 1935 spring show as JGV Chairman Betty Buckner and Junior Class President Peggy Brownell joined with Prof. Glenn Hughes of the Drama Division in producing the annual all-University extravaganza. Stepping away from the recent trend of student-written musi- cal comedies, the l935 production appeared as '4The Conti- nental Varieties," a series of smartly diversified acts arranged in the manner of a European variety show. Skits and specialties, including current hits from London and Broadway revues, fea- tured in the production. The acts of '4The Continental Varieties" were 'ctied in" by an arrangement of piano patter between scenes, with Robert May- berry and William Usdane as the 'GMusical Masters of Cere- mony." Spotlights in the show were professional comedies by the Russian, Chekov, and the American, George Kaufman, two local skits by Tom Herbert, original music by Virginia Lunn, Robert Mayberry, Gordon Dixon and George Larson, the J GV chorus under the direction of Marie Haleg and Bill Huston's .J GV orchestra. Special performers included Clarence Talbot, Mary Kay Rohrer, Marie Hale, Jo Whaley, Barbara Kent, Howard Har- ris, Lillian Ann Bender, Virginia Lunn, Howard Huston, Jim Campbell, the Alpha Phi trio, the Theta trio, William Usdane, Eileen Detchon, Wilbert Stott, Helen Rosen, Tom Herbert, James Gentry, and Gordon Dixon. Sophie Rosenstein and Wilbur Sparrow of the Division of Drama directed the production, which was staged and costumed by John Ashley Conway, art director of drama. COMMITTEE . . . CHAIRMAN . . . Betty Buchner GENERAL SECRETARY . . . Ruth Van Arsdale PUBLICITY . . . Tom Herbert, assisted by Frankie Phelpsg Frank Jefferson, assisted by Bud Plamondon BUSINESS MANAGER . . . Bill Greenwood, assisted by John Davis 9 9 Buchner Hughes Virginia Lunn one of lGV's student composers "Mrs Moonlightw Elizabeth Loefler, Jane Brolherton, Wilbur Sparrow, Harolzl GeBnuer Annis Sanduos, Joseph Steele-Shaw, James Gentry MALIEN CORN,,, a drama of faculty life in a small midwestern wornen's college, was the second production at the tiny yellow Studio theater. The play, starring Frances Farmer as the musical genius who was almost stifled in the intellectual stuffiness of the provincial atmosphere, broke the long-run record of the drama division, set by "Mrs. Moonlight," which ran seven weeks. CHARACTERS. . . ' Elsa Brandt, Frances Farmer Ottokar Brandt, Clarence Talbot Julian Entwhistle, James" Gentry Mr. Conway, Wilbur Sparrow Mrs. Conway, Helen Rosen Phipps, Robert Mayberry Watkins, Joseph Steele-Shaw Stockton, Howard Harris Sheets, Ed Nelson Mrs. Skeets, Eileen Detchon Piano-tuner, Horace Burks Chaufeur, Lauro Cadabaugh ' Policeman, Robert Gray "Animal Kingdoml' May Loughlin, Jane Brotherlon and Hal GeBaucr-- as "Daisy" flane Brothertonj returns from the unsuccessful first exhibition of her painting. Drama THE POIGNANT story of "Mrs. Moonlight," who looked 18 when she was an old woman, opened the Studio theater, the latest ven- ture of the Division of Drama. "Mrs, Moonlight," played by lovely Jane Brotherton, was given a jade medallion which granted its owner one wish. "Mrs. Moon- light" wished never to grow old-looking for fear of losing her husband's love. But ugly gossip about her never-fading youth forced her to run away, later returning still beautiful and young looking, to die with her aged husband. CHARACTERS . . . Tom M oanlight, Wilbur Sparrow Minnie, Annis Sandvos Edith J ones, Vivian Jordan Sarah Moonlight, Jane Brotherton Percy M iddling, Joseph Steele-Shaw .lane M oonlight, Elizabeth Loeliier Willie Ragg, Harold GeBauer Peter, James Gentry 'iAlien Corn" Eileen Delchon, Edwin L. Nelson, Frances Farmer, James Gentry Clarence Talbot, Bobby Mayberry, Joseph Steele-Shaw, Howard Harris HANIMAL KINGDOM," smartly sophisticated comedy drama by Philip Barry, was the third modern play given at the Studio theater. Chet Huntley was superb as the artist who finally realized that "little love is no love"g Jane Brotherton sparkled in her repartee as the artistis deserted sweetheartg Jean Douglas was beautifully cold as the socialite wifeg and Rollin Neibauer got the most from his role as the ex-pugilist butler. CHARACTERS . . . Rufus Collier, Bud Shopera Tom Collier, Chet Huntley Cecelia Henry, ,lean Douglas Daisy Sage, Jane Brotherton foe F isk, Harold GeBauer Franc Schmidt, May Laughlin Owen Arthur, Robert Gray Grace M acomber, Charlotte Field Richard Regan, Rollin Neibauer 100 Drama UPRoARr0Us currnws punctuated the Studio theater production of "The Critic," Sheridan farce, which was the first of the older play series presented at the yellow playhouse. The take-off on drama criticism shows a play within a play de' picting everything from a curtain decorated with a bejowled Britannia to the defeat of the Spanish Armada. DRAMATIS PERSONZE . . . Prologue, Elsie Cooper Dangle, Howard Harris Sneer, Wilbur Sparrow Sir F retful Plagiary, James Gentry Puf, Clarence H. Talbot Prompter, William Morris Mrs. Dangle, Marion Dresser Maid, Elizabeth Loehier CHARACTERS OF THE TRAGEDY . . . Lord Burleigh, Joseph Steele-Shaw Governor of Tilbury Fort, Edwin Nelson Earl of Leicester, Wayne Shepherd Sir Walter Raleigh, William Israel Sir Christopher Hatton, Horace Burks Master of the Horse, Robert Mayberry Beefeater, Harry Priestley Justice, Merle Kimball Son, Robert Mayberry Constable, Charles Flynn Don F erola Whiskerandos, Donald Murphy First Niece, Rosalind Simon Second Niece, Elizabeth Loei'Her .lustice's Lady, Marion Dresser Tilburina, Eileen Detchon C onfidente, Vivian Jordan Sentineles, Charles Flynn, Merle Kimball Dance Drama CT 97 The Three-Cornered Hat Crulmrn, Jennings, Hooper, Mussynska "The Critici' The entire cast of Critic Puffs dramatic opus appear as the Rivers of Britain, doing honor lo Britannia and the British Lion. fat rearj in the 18th Century idea of a grand smash finish! VERY COLORFUL in costumes, scenery and dancing was the an- nual Dance Drama, "The Three Cornered Hat," presented by the women's physical education department February 27 and March 2. The drama was arranged in four parts, dealing with the love affair of Corregidor, played by Corrine I-Iooper, with the miller's wife, Frasquita, portrayed by Nana Jennings. The revenge of the miller, acted by LaVona Muszynska, was graphically por- trayed through several dance interpretations. All the principals were costumed in colorful masks, making their characterizations more vivid. The cast included: .lane Adamson Isabelle Braidwood Frances Barton Virginia Beeler Josephine Carskadden Rosanne Coyle Vivian Drummond Martin Elisalde Lucille Fiest Carolyn Fryar Helen Thompson Syvilla Fort Margaret Garrison Mary Louise Graham Tillie Hallock Herrnie Herron Doris Helwig PRODUCTION STAFF . . . Corrine Hooper Jacqueline Inglis Winifred Ingram Nana Jennings .lean Kennedy Grace Kingsbury Sally Martin Katherine Mead Della Miller Muriel Mosle LaVona Muszynska Audrey Peterson Ruth Margaret Roark Frances Rohrback Bemice Scholes Eleanor Sprague Siri Sundberg Mrs. C. F. Davidson, Business M anagcr John Ashby Conway, Staging James Hicken, Technical Director Dorrie Colle, Costumes and Masks Mary Aid deVries, Choreagraphy E11 Moore, V. Jackson, Phelps, Theile, Odle Q E21 Kendrick, R. Jackson, Corlett, McCarty, Tannehill, Greenough E31 Gilpatrick, Kippo, Ingalls, Atkinson, G. McDowell, Cloud, Pressnall, Ehmer, F. Jarvis, J. Thomas, Jackins, Miles E4-1 Mendenhall, Hutchinson, Sheckles, Hansen, Turner, Derrig, M elhart, Rickerd, Montgomery, York, E. Smith, Rimpila, McArthur E51 Skiles, Murray, Garris, Casey, Scott, Krenz, Hullin, Draper, Glenn, Culbertson, Duncan, Whalen, F orsberg E61 Ryan, Bergholz, Carnahan, Farnham, Byers, Johnson, Berry, Bennett, Brechtel, Scroggs, E. McDowell, Easton E71 Thue, Muholland, Ploeger, Vore, Schuyten, Nordstrom, D. -Miller, White, J. McDowell, Canterbury, Algyer, Bird, Bevan, Mayo E81 Hunter, E. White, Westfall, Magnusson, Dunbar, J. Snyder, Keyser, L. Miller, Kessler, 0. Miller, Kellenberger, R. Jackson, Sistig, Welke Walter C. Welke, Director Forrest Miles, Student Director Harold Duncan, Librarian Robert Fuller, Drum Major Charles Rickerd, Student Manager FLUTES AND Plccotos . . . Jackson Gilpatrick, Charles Hunter, Philip Kendrick fprincipall, Philip Magnusson Robert Rucker, Norman Wayland, Fred Westfall, Earle White, Jr. Oaons . . . Norman Benno fprincipall, George Kellenberger, Robert Keyser, Myron Swarm . ' BASSOONS . . . George Carnahan, Lloyd Hildebrand fprincipall, Donald Farnham, Douglas Taft. E-FLAT CLARINET . . . Robert Sistig, Richard Welch AL'ro CLARINET . . . Phillip Snyder BAss CLARINET . . . Clarence Thue B-FLAT CLARINET . . . Erwyn Algyer, Dick Bergholz, Jack Bevan, Gordon Bird, Mark Canterbury Kenneth Hansen, Jack Harms, Kenneth Hutchinson, George Jarvis, Millard Loomis, Robert Mayo, Jimmy McDowell, Howard Mendenhall, David Miller, Robert Moody, Roger Morris, Philip Muholland Clayton Nordstrom, Albert Osborn, Victor Person. Warren Ploeger, O. W. Priebe, Jack Ryan John Schuyten Kprincipall, Dale Sheckels, Robert Skiles, William Sullivan, Kenneth Vore, John Weaver, Dudley Wilkinson, Robert White SoPnANo SAXOPHONE . Robert Wohleb, Louis Zetin ALTO SAXOPHONES . . . Charles Bennett, Lewis Berry, Andy Johnson, Anthony Mattielli TENOR SAXOPHONE . . . Ralph Byers, Tom Dean, Francis Raphael BARITONE SAXOPHONE . . . Robert Jackson TRUMPETS . . . William Branigin, Donald Casey William Culbertson, Jack Derrig, Robert Draper, Harold Duncan, Melvin Ellis, Glenn Forsberg Philip Frederick, Lewis Garlick, Donald Garris, Chester Glenn, Arvid Hullin, Edward Krenz, Arthur McArthur, Cecil McCarty, Edward McDowell fprincipall, Walter Melhart, Hamilton Montgomery, Edward Murray, Neal Neuman, Charles Rickerd Lauri Rimpila, Russell Scott, Earl Smith, Watson Smith, John Stroessler, Christy Thomas, Donald Turner, Roy York FRENCH HORNS . . . Esler Brecktel, Elwyn Braden, Charles Easton, Vernon Jackson, John Pallett, Easton Patterson, John Scroggs, Harold Whalen BARITONES . . . Gardill Ehmer, Charles French, Fred Jarvis, J arnes Pressnall, Richard Shuman A TROMBONES . . . Clinton Atkinson, Kenneth Cloud, Robert Corlett, Alfred DuBois, Dick Greenough, Walter Ingalls, Carl J ackins, Roy Jackson, Charles Kippo George McDowell, William Meyer, Forrest Miles Kprincipalj, Kenneth Stryker, Chester Tannehill, J olm Thomas, Thomas Willis BASSES . . . Dick Carrington, Ralph Geibel, John Klein, Robert Moore, Lawrence Odle, Horner Theile PERCUSSION . . . Paul Cripe, Donald Dunbar, Sidney Ferchen, Henry Kessler, Robert Keyser, Clifton Miller, George Miller, Leo Miller, John Snyder, John Thomas 102 SYMPHO Y ORCHE TR VIOLINS . . . Dorothy Anderson, Florence Blades, Inez Crabtree, Charles Easton, Arthur Erickson f principal j, Chester Glenn, Kathryn Kantner I principal j, Frances Kenreigh, Dorothy Klein, Margaret La Montague, Wendell Long, Janette Mackie, Warren Margrath, Jack Morlock, Patricia Ryan, Hubert Sandoz,' Sadie Sickels, Wanda Mae Smith, Arnold Werner, Harold Whalen fconcertmasterj VIOLAS . . . Vernon Jackson, Frances Keeney, Phillip Kendrick, Jack White, LeRoy Wren CELLOS . . . Ruth Krieger, Lorraine Purple, Janice Hemenway, Eleanor White, Juanita Walters, Molly Rumsey BASSES . . . Walter Melhart, Carl J ackins HARPS . . . Kristin Sumarlidason, Rosemary Kliver FLUTES . . . Ruth Clark, Earl White, Jr. OBOES . . . Norman Benno, Myron Swarm, George Kellenberger CLARINETS . . . John Schuyten, William Sullivan, Phyllis Googe, Clarence Thue I BASSOONS . . . Loyd Hildebrand, Donald Farnham, Lester Burton FRENCH HORNS . . . Esler Becktel, R. May, Easton Patterson, John Scroggs TRUMPETS . . . Edward McDowell, Harold Duncan, Lorraine Sanders TROMBONES . . . Forrest Miles, William Meyer, Lola Sanders TUBA . . . Richard Carrington TYMPANI . . . Paul Cripe W. C. Welke, conductor 103 M N9 Glee Club Rublin, Roberts, Ogrosky, Raymond, Long Koker, Herald, Asbury, Johnstone, Waite, Drew, Springer Jacobson, Sistig, Rodenhouse, Hawley, Starr, Goss, Bennett Elkin, Wells, Jackson, Hutchinson, Griggs, Carter, W ilkinson, Stojack Benson, Olin, Dexter, T abios, Sherwood, David, Starr, Ramquist WOMENS Glee Club 1 N Roland, Redmond, Ames, Griggs, Adair, W ichman Costello, Quitsland, H eadrick, Berry, Murdock, Utt, Wade, Monk Pierce, Bird, Vander Leest, Thomas, Hatch, Humphreys, Cannon, M ielkey, Flynn M orley, Nordstrom, Swanson, Johnstone, Rine, 0'Conner, W roughton, Prowell, Asbury 104- ARSITY Debate Team Potter, Gard, Lamberg, Zettel, Smith, Lowry, Watt, Schmidt, Merrick Clark, H isayasu, Pennock, Ensley, F ujii, Sandoz, Sutton, Baker, Botzer VARSITY DEBATE TEAM . . . Miner Baker Howard Fujii Jim Hunter William Pennock Lewis Schmidt Merritt Tanberg Bill Botzer Richard Card William Lowry Russell Potter Edward Smith Richard Watt Neal Clark Saburo Hisayasu Ivan Merrick Herbert Sandoz Andrew Sutton Richard Zettel FRE HMAN Debate Team Margrath, Magee, Deaver, Droker, Keller, Cox, Neal . Pottratz, Buchanan, Webber, Williams, Buck, Bird, Witt FRESHMAN DEBATE TEAM . . . Kenneth Cox J ohn Magee John Williams Jeff Barry George Buck Bob Keller Erle Horswill James Deaver Warren Margrath Floyd Buchanan Richard Watt Richard Neal Bob Webber Herbert Droker Dennis Pottratz .lack Chenoweth 105 WOME iS VARSITY Debate Squad Trenbath, Bushnell, H eath, Jones, Smith, H ant, Salkin I WOMEN'S VARSITY DEBATE SQUAD . . . Eleanor Bushnell Barbara Jones Alice Hunt Willa Lou Woods Doris Smith Caroline Gearhart Bonnie May Heath Margaret Trenbath Geraldine Salkin Betty Smith Evelyn LalViorte COACHE and MANAGER Pennbck, Jones, Schmidt, Watt - Windesheim, Orr, Pellegrini, Rfll1.ilf0l2f,'BfIYZ COACHES AND MANAGERS . . . William Pennock, Menis Varsity Debate Manager Barbara Jones, Women's Varsity Manager Richard Watt, Freshman Debate Manager Horace G. Raliskopf, Menfs Varsity Debate Coach Karl A. Windesheim, Womenfs Varsity Debate Coach Win W. Bird, Fresfhman Debate Manager 106 A CAMERA GLANCES AT CAMPUS LIFE JL!-zrbcaczf WW Y?,i11Z,Lg4i' 107 WMM Armstrong, Fox C hessher Foley, Morforcl, H orsfall Jacobsen, Knappenberger, Metzer Nichols, Westland arsit Ball CINDERELLA,S VARSITY BALL-a gala fall formal with a story-book motif. Transported into fairy-tale days for one night-Decem- ber 144, the Civic Auditorium resembled a medieval cas- tle With its gray stone walls, watch lanterns in the niches, and tunnels leading out into the lobby. A brilliant assembly of Lords and Ladies of the Court danced to the music of Ceo Smith's orchestra placed on the stage between two huge silver slippers. Programs of black suede were rolled onto two silver sticks to resemble old-time scrolls. A Cinderella herself was there-Miss Frances Chess- her, chosen from the freshman class as the girl having the smallest feet in proportion to her height. Between-dance entertainers included Hal Grayson and Martha Tilton, and several campus trios and soloists. The traditional Oval club pledge by Professor Meany was performed during intermission. , Co-chairmen for the dance, Orena Armstrong and Ray Fox, helped to make it one of the most successful formals in University history. OTHER COMMITTEE DIRECTORS . . . BUSINESS MANAGER . . . Del Muller SECRETARY . . . Virginia Westlund DECORATIONS . . . Barbara Jacobsen and George Hogan PATRONS AND PATRONESSES . . . Dorothy Horsfall PROGRAMS . . . Jerry Firnstahl ARRANGEMENTS . . . Ed Metzger , REFRESHMENTS . . . Helen Nichols PUBLICITY . . . Ted Foley TICKETS . . . I ack Knappenberger ENTERTAINMENT . . . Carolyn Morford 108 Cadet Ball SHINING AGAINST a black drape, a mammoth gold Scabbard and Blade crest on the stage of the CivicAuditorium shone down upon pastel-gowned coeds and their formally attired escorts in the military setting of Washington's annual Cadet Ball, April 20. Sponsored by the national military honorary, the spring quar- ter all-University formal honored Capt. Ralph Wiltamuth, as- sistant professor in military science and adviser for "ln company of Scabbard and Blade. Pillars circling the dance floor were decorated with smaller Scabbard and Blade crests, and colorful flags of this nation. On the stage, Cec Smithis 14'-piece orchestra played behind an entrenchment of cardboard sandbags. A military display in the foyer emphasized the Scabbard and Blade motif of the ball. Heading the ball committee were Co-chairmen William Elfen- dahl and Richard F retwell, assisted by Cecil Cull, general sec- retary, Ed Nagle, business manager, and Mary Bannick, busi- ness secretary. PATRONS AND PATRONESSES . . . John Brinsmead, chairman, Claire Werneke, secretary, Art Belfrey and Al Thiel TICKETS . . . Jackson Myers, chairman, Margaret Hoge, secretary, Benson Allen, Ted Faulkner, Charles Kemp, Nick Capos, Fred Weingarten, Raymond Tremblay, Airo Connella DECORATIONS . . . Bob Swanson, chairman 5 Charlotte Field, secretary, Gordon Raught, Frank Berkenkotter, Kenneth Pell, Russell Ashleman, Ralph Gilbert, Helmer Grotte, Richard Pierce, Thomas Macartney PUBLICITY . . . Jack Knappenberger, chairman, Alice Brakke, secretary g Jack Jarvis, Mary Kosher, Kenneth Jones, James Brock, James Cruzen PROGRAMS . . . Dick Olson, chairman, Peggy Stiley, secretary, William Lynn, Nat Washington MUSIC . . . Curtis Beebe, chairman, Phyllis Klinker, secretary, Dan Forsander REFRESHMENTS . . . Wheeler Coy, chairrnang Bob Rouze, Harry Broman ARRANGEMENTS . . . Jack Sweek, chairman 5 Barbara Jacobsen, secretary, Dick Ford, Marx Libby, Joe Moore ENTERTAINMENT . . . Roger Ernesti, chairman, Shirley Frazer, secretary, Lawrence Joris, Tal Hamilton, Emmett Hughes 109 Elfcnclahl, Fretwell Beebe, Brinsmeacl, Coy Ernesti, Knappenberger, Olson Sweek H ounsell , Earley Meyer EVA MARIE EARLEY, one of the most active junior class women, was assistant Prom chairman. She suggested the Prom motif, UA Night in Cocoanut Grove? JOHN HOUNSELL undertook his first University chair- manship at the Junior Prom. A huge profit was realized from the dance. ARTHUR MEYER, business manager, received the largest dance appropriation from the ASUW office that has been secured during the last ten years. Junior Prom WASIIINGTONIANS 'Gwent Hollywood" March 15 when they at- tended this year's Junior Prom given in the Olympic Hotel with HA Night at the Cocoanut Groven niotif. Couples danced to the music of Hermie Bauer in the Spanish Ballroom with Hal Grayson in the Olympic Bowl Hhandling the overflowf' Vari-colored balloons dropped from the ceiling during the dance, palm trees decorating the room, and even the intermis- sion floor show, with Budliesehtirg as lVlaster of Ceremonies, were patterned after the Grove. A fountain in the ballroom with colored lights playing on the Water was a replica of the one in the Hotel Ambassador. Programs were made of polished Walnut Wood with a cocoa- nut-colored finish. A palm tree was burned into the Wood of the front cover, While the inside leaflets depicted different scenes at the Grove. A special feature of the evening was a Grand March written especially by Hal Grayson and dedicated to the 1935 .Junior Prom. ft 110 Junior Prom GENERAL CHAIRMAN . . . John I-Iounsell ASSISTANT CHAIRMAN . . . Eva Marie Earley BUSINESS MANAGER . . . Art Meyer SECRETARY . . . Pat Strickler ASSISTANT SECRETARIES . . . Charlotte Field and Phyllis Klinker DECORATIONS . . . Palmer Crandell, chairman, Rhodes Moller, Millicent Biel, Joe Abel, Pat Bryant, Vic Steinbrueck, Jimmie Cain, Violet Anderson, Mildred Wise, Rachell Crandell, Bruce Quimby, Ray Cook, Chuck Stewart, Bettie Colby, Chuck Bond, Herb Condon, Jr., Jerry Swem, Marjorie Stark, Mabel Bennett, Madeline Kirk, Betty Hartnett, Evelyn Krupp, Frank Wittenberg, and Lee Connor PUBLICITY . . . Laddy Gross, chairman, Frankie Phelps, Alice Brakke, Ruth Gjesdahl, Miriam Warner, Roberta Gillespie, Dick Kelley, Arnold Marks, Sam Hess, and Ed Norman ARRANGEMENTS . . . Wanda Taylor, chairnzang Mary Bannick, Margaret Odlin, Bill Smith, Nancy Guild, Ernie Gentle, and Rosanne Coyle TICKETS . . . Ray Malone, chairnzang Ellis Ash, Zola Jameson, Stewart Blum, Nancy Erdahl, Bob Knappenberger, Virginia Robinson, Bob Fissell, Bob Cahen, and William Patil REFRESHMENTS . . . Alice Elizabeth LaPlant, chairman, Catherine Catlin, Bernita McCaffrey, Jean Ross, Ivan Merrick, Jackie Chessher, Ted McCaffrey, Isabel Beardwood, Eleanor Stromme, and Vivian Fosse PROGRAMS . . . Ruth Berry, chairman, Phyllis Sheidler, Bubs Georg, Ethel Ingdahl, Jeff Berry, Bob Moody, Gene Speckart, Mary Scammell and Dick Sandoz ENTERTAINMENT . . . Bud Roseburg, chairman, Carolyn Morford Jane Porter, Dorothy Sutherland, John Merrill, Art Blom, Bunnie Stokes, and Ken Coryell INVITATIONS . . . Mary Kosher, chairman, Frank J efferson, Betty Meacham, Bill Pennock, John Warren, Mary Frances Hartson, Maxine Fleishman, Eleanor Kennedy, Roy Ostling, and Ed Hillyer DAVENPORTS . . . Bob Isaacson, chairman, Paul Sulkosky, Tony Burke, Matt Muczynski, Ed Nowogroski, Lee Jacobi, and Abe Shper PATRONS AND PATRONESSES . . . Sue I-Ieines, chairman, Frances Pendergrast, Margaret Runnalls, Dorothy Field, Laurien Winn, John Biggs, Dick Ash, Bobbie Arniel, Wayne Whisnant, and Lee Nicholson 111 Berry, Crandall, Gross - H eines, Kosher, LaPlant Malone, Resebarg, Taylor RUTH BERRY, one of the Junior Queen nominees, secured a novel type of program, the covers of which were made of highly polished walnut wood. LADDY GROSS, publicity chairman and active in Junior class affairs, under- took the newsmongeris job for the first time and judging from proceeds, did a very successful job. lhJARY KOSHER, invitations chairman, sent 150 bids to alumni urging them to attend the dance. She also invited junior class presidents of six north- western colleges as honor guests. RAY JMIALONE, ticket chairman, set a 400 ducat sale limit and because of demand sold 450 tickets to the amazement of scoflers who assured him that a sale of 200 would be high. WANIJA TAYLOR, arrangements chairman, spent hours at the telephone arranging guest dinners at the various fraternity houses. PALMER CRANDELL, decorations chairman, had the easiest job in years. Decorations were limited because of the elaborateness of the Spanish ballroom. SUE l'lEINES, patrons and pat1'onesses chairman, spent many afternoons checking names for an appropriate list. ALICE ELIZABETH LAPLANT secured free cigarettes and soda water for dancers. She was refreshments chairman. BUD RESEBURG, entertainment chairman, arranged a floor show composed of all-University talent for the first intermission in the Spanish ballroom. Guests were: Nieding H edin Tolo THE COLLEGE manis night out! lt is Tolo-the annual Winter informal at which the "Woman pays allf' She saves up for a whole year to take her campus hero out and show him what a real date should be like. January 25, 1935, marked the thirty-first Tolo sponsored by Mortar Board, upperclass womerfs scholastic and activity honorary. The or- chestras of Ed Hunt and Ceo Smith furnished the music. Chairmen for the informal included Ruth Neiding, general chair- man, Peggy Hartson, tickets, Maurine Mallory, patrons and patron- essesg Dorothy Griffen, posters, Lois Delano, publicity, Florence Marriot, orchestra, and Janet Murray, programs. atrix Table TOSSING BOUQUETS to outstanding activity coeds at Washington, and prominent Seattle business and professional women, Theta Sigma Phi, national women's journalism professional, sponsored its fifth annual formal Matrix Table banquet this spring. ' For the fifth time, a record of each campus guest's accomplishments was created by the coeds' "march of honor" to sign the traditional Matrix Table activity book. ' Under direction of President Sigrid Hedin, the active chapter of Theta Sigma Phi cooperated with the alumnae group on the banquet arrangements. She was assisted by Miriam Warner, Frankie Phelps, Ruth Gjesdahl, Lee Nicholson, Mary Anne Seidelhuber, Mary Coyle, Shirley Clark, Betty Hartnett and Caroline Coffman. Ruth Abel Millicent Doncaster Nana Jennings Jane Reamer Margaret Runnalls Virginia Westlund Violet Anderson Eva Marie Earley Helen Kantner Janet Riggs Orena Armstrong Harriet Ferch Grace Kingsbury Bettina Roberts Dorothy Bailey Pat Fiset Jeannette Klemptner Betty Bendix Elsie Fitton Mary Kosher MiY9-C0 Saw Belle Berch Shirley Mae Frazer Alice Elizabeth LaPlante Celia Scofield Mary Bollen Elaine Fulton Dorothy Leede 51111110 Y0Shil101'a Alice Brakke Caroline Gearhart Maurine Mallory Dixie Stanley Jane Brotherton Mary Louise Graham Florence Marriott Pat Si1'iCklCI Peggy Brownell Marie Hale Bernita McCaffrey Pearl Tipp Betty Buchner Berry M. Harris Jean McCurdy J 11118 Th0II1aS Eleanor Bushnell Margaret Hartson Ruth Neiding Jean VermilYa Trova Caldwell Mary Frances Hartson Helen Nichols ,Jane Warrack Kathleen Calkins Helen Hayden Bernice Nolting Helen Challiss Dorothy Hemphill Elda Nell Parvin Aileen Willis Audrey Champreux Marjorie Hess Frances Pendergrast Willa l-1011 W00d5 Hasseltine Chessher Betty Holman Leona Priebe Rachel Young Lois Delano Dorothy Horsfall Josephine Quigley Eileen Detchon Ann Hutchinson Mary Margaret Quigley 112 Fin ineersl Informal DOWN TO WHERE "they sizzle, burn and fryi' went collegians when engineers gave their "Night in Helli' informal, February 8. Dancers were welcomed to the ball by two huge red devils with pitch- forks. The ballroom was decorated with stalagmites and stalactites built up on pillars with miniature volcanoes issuing forth fiery blasts below. The only heavenly corner was that occupied by patrons and patronesses. Bill lVlcCauley's orchestra, perched in a frying pan, sizzled with hot tunes. -John Hitt was chairman of the affair, with Dick Melton as his as- sistant. Compass and Chart THE WELCOME of an Admiral was accorded guests at the annual Com- pass and Chart formal dinner dance at the Arctic club, February 21, when representative members of the organization greeted all comers at the door with a Navy-like preciseness. Colored spotlights played on dancers in the dining room with Henry Damski7s orchestra furnishing the latest dance rhythms. Souvenir pro- grarris were of royal blue suede with gold lettering. Following intermission entertainment, Commander H. B. Riebe pre- sented citations to members of Compass and Chart who had done out- standing naval work during the year. Frank Reynolds was general chairman for the dance, assisted by Ed Black, Carl Bradlee, Golland Clark, Wilbur Landaas and Al Wright. 113 John Hitt flejtl, chairman, looks over publicity for the Engineers' Informal with his assistant chair- man, Dick M elton. Frank Reynolds, chairman, Compass and Chart Formal. .fk ADLINERSA IN SPORTS CIRCL Umm, ff- -9f240.La.Zl14-u.. -MMM., 4f4,u,ad' I V. .L - V :.x ,, mjtwwww Hy, My wma? M , I ,Q I 4, . . 114. 3-P' AX ' r ADLINERS IN SPORTS C '1lRC,L Jiidfwwm, , A udwvwfpx ,iiW7+ffw'1f'1"wwf , mxwmlw ,GANG , . 1 , WWW ww 116 CAMERA GLANCES AT CAMPUS LIFE ZZZWZQQLWW 117 T, . s Washburn 1935 varslty crew Rlney Varsity and Jzlywr spurt in rt practice rare The are house gang lounges before workout The varsity launches all six shells Lund manager. and John W Love Mach I gh-Quran? ww' f ' v ' v u " 1 V l Launching the shell fnr another dny's lurn-nur Thr' Illfilly lil! .nl lor If n Ing 'mu Ullzriclrxnn canclu-x Ihr! varsity from llm Usirlvlrnr-x" A N' - ' club. only the Bqob Ingram, Sid Lund, Mills, Bob May and Bob Field, Ken Amende, Dederick, Leo, Hollenbeck, crew manager and John Laughlin, managers elected were Bob Edwards, ff? -' X I F1'0sheCreW,1934 the Tom Bolles? greatest rowing combination, the 1934 a decisive victory ov of the year e r but Delts, were : Schacht, Schoch, No. 2g lim Mc- York, Husky Ing layvee he 1 TEE, Ianie power he c over the sophomores or the varsity boating, the Flusky J. V. won over the Cal- Eornia boat by six lengths. The time was 17:43 4-f 5. gave Varsity WASHINGTON-CALIFORNIA VARSITY, 1935-In one of the most hair-breadth finishes ever seen on the Oakland estuary, the Washington varsity nosed out a strong Bear crew by a scant six feet. The California crew led all the way, alternating from a length to a quarter-length lead, but were unable to match the Washington final sprint, when the Huskies crept ahead to win with a time of 16:12. A ' WASHINGTON 1 FRESHMEN f- Keeps ing' their 'records clean of no flosses to a .California irosh boat in six years, the'1935tyearlings are out to ,repeatlast iyear's Amark which incllidedfa , national , championship as well' as fa'coast title. 'Leftfto right, Hllliie, Cariiield, Seaman, Adamss CUY, Hatch, WhifG,,M11ri rayanil Sehencki ,I I Fresh WASHINGTON - CALIFORNIA FRESHMAN, 1935-Coach Tom Bolles produced another one of his powerful and smooth- rowing combinations this year, when his freshmen defeated a Bear crew by three lengths, to open tlIe day of three straight victories in the Pacific coast regatta at Oaklancl's Estuary. Their time was 11:57. By PEPPER MARTIN W s e W Z W ' BY coPP1Nc THE closing tilti of the year against Southern califomig e14:1,pthe Uni- versity of Washington climexed the mostx suceessful season since Jimmy Phelan took over the lcoeehiiiglfeins, and climbed position of in ghe Far West foxfg-1934. V ifif' s V X Qnly Stanford,xw:inner of the Paejgfic Coast titleggranked above fgsstfgrnvelinglg Huskies, and although Washingtonlplaced only third conferenee picked 'them as thegnext best elevmgl on the coast. Wasliieggton State toolgsecond plies in the conference, was tied Washingfen, 0-0., Cougars lost,1no1ggi2on-,V A ference ggnnes to Gonzaga andsft. M:-1ry's1io shgeve them tea lower gtlsitiong For the first time fiigfour Phelefgffailezl-igo produeiign allqglnerlcannljut the team-work eithe Huskies far superior to thatfiflany prevliius "Sixtysininute" ,ball players vifefe the 1934,eQleven, with Sulkosley lgingingsugthe most ,playing time any , W i , V V , f Qregon and Southern Californiegltwo teams which'7Phe1an has never been able to beet, since coming West, were qgfnquexed this year. As a result, threeffwashington stars, more than gggpresented anggligther school, were choserijgo partieipatqlin the annual East-WestVga1neQinlSan F They were Chuck Mecha, Woody and Paul "Sulkosky. UlleingfiQMucl1'and BurQf33ufkin were also members of the all-sifgr team that PIWBFI fll we s,ns 1 snos Q WIDAHO,eemeioLSezitHe6fofffll2fHrst conference game of millough Bob Mc. Cue stole the show with his passing exhibition, the Huskies eked out a 1310 win. Burl 'Bnfkin wasthe offensive star Ofrkthe game, ripping off long gains, andffinally scoring iphefirsf touchdown ona pass from Ahonen. By Haines, sophomore southpaw star, scored a touchdown 'v W I , .Mucha Bond Wmdust N A Burke leads Haines in I1 hard smash Windust Bufkin xiii-arms a Beaver tackle! Q Ahoncn suis-naps some Bear tacklcrs L , 'K' zrke ,- Phelan. Lazareuich Shipek, senior football manager Williams napa Bufkin on his three-yard line Bulkin U llin 0RL300N'was ready to stretch their winning streak to seven straight years, but a greatsophomore backfield 'of Elmer Logg, By Haines and Jimmy Cain stole the show during the first half, to score ten points, the first ehalked up by the Huskies since 19274 Logg-tallied iirstlby converting a place-kick from the 32-yard line. A few plays later, Cain scored a touchdown by catching a long pass from Haines. Oregon scored in the second half, after Haines dropped a kick near his own goal-line. The veteran Washington bacl-:held of Ahonen, Bufkin and Hornbeak came in to score on a pass from Ahonen to Bufkin. The Huskies were clearly the superior team, running up 115 yards to 0regon's 81 and ten first downs to five. f CALIFORNIA had an opportunity to drive Washington out of the undefeated and untied class, but a valiant Husky defense and sparkling running by Bufkin gave them a 13-7 win over the Bears. Out-manned and out-weighed by Ingram's squad, the l Lazareuich hot foals it for a Beaver Mao Ol' Shper, Elmer Sul- , coach of Notre Dame, as the inspirational medal. Jim Lauderstein, senior frosh ,-Hmmm slilhers pas! :mother Culilorhin vm! zifflski sfnafhes through against WSC's grirlslers Lagg lciclu Egdill-.Cl WSC on his own goal-line Orego form only n one to on blast year s a guard lnto, a forward, formed a smoother Hoor combination and Love rich '- Pete Anmnczch and farmer attempts to block a Ch. Wagner Cl. Wagner Coach H ec Edmundson Wyman ,I Wyman ' Herrin Evans, senior basketball manager Guttclo and Wagner in :he air again Edrnunzlson and IDAHO, SEATTLE! I l a , a ll Paced by Captain Wally Geraghtypznmd 'big Harold Klnmb, a plucky bandof Vandals upset the Washington basketball tradition by copping the .first game Idaho" has ever won in' Seattle, 37-36. Still' playing in erratic burstsfbut exhibiting muclrimproved form, the' Huskies beat the Vandals? 300241, in the secondocontest of the series. a l OREGON S'fA1'1:aCoLLecE,s lConvALL1s. l l l l With Captain Bobby Galer in top form, the Huskies jumped into the conferencelead by turning back the undefeated Beavers, 30-25, in both contests. The "Goose" caged 12 points in the first game and 16 in the second. OREGON STATE COLIQEGE, SEATTLE The combination of a home-town crowd, an avenging band of Beavers mnn gels r arly for a hnvlclmard relmunri Clyde Wagner really lfluv:I:.1 Cuurm Ihix lime and brilliant George Hibbard proved too much for the Huskies as they were twice tumbled by the Staters, 31-26, and 28-17. OREGON UUIVERSITY, EUGENE With but one day's rest after their gruelling con- tests with Oregon State and hard pressed by a iight- ing Oregon five, the Huskies eked out two narrow vic- tories, 42-36, and 22-20. With Bobby Galer again blanketed, Chuck Wagner and Ralph Bishop assumed the scoring burden in both games. WASHINGTON STATE COLLEGE, SEATTLE, Protecting the tradition of not having been beaten by a Cougar hoop team on a Seattle Hoor in 15 years, Washington gained an easy victory, 36-28, in the opening game of the series. Washington State, led by 6-foot, 7-inch Bob Hous- ton, rained a deluge of shots on the hoop in the sec- ond game that washed away tradition and inundated Husky title hopes, 33-27. WASHINGTON STATE COLLEGE, PULLMAN Set to avenge the startling defeat by the Cougars the week before, Washington battled through to a 37-35 over-time victory. An assault by young Bill Dahlke pulled the Cougars even at the end of the regular playing period, but sophomore Ed Loverich cinched the battle for Washington when he caged a shot in the iinal minute. The Huskies won unchallenged, 34-19, in the second game. ' Evans, Rosenberg, Knowles, M cCajf7rey, N oeker, Coach Eclmundson Wyman, Cook, M errin, Loverich, Gannon, Patterson Galer, Clyde Wagner, Bishop, Chuck Wagner, Egge UNIVERSITY or IDAHO, Moscow Again bent on avenging a previous defeat, the Huskies toppled Idaho twice, 32-34 and 40-37, on the Vandals' home floor. Galer ran wild to cage 19 points in his best scoring exhibition of the year. UNIVERSITY or OREGON, SEATTLE Only one game behind Oregon State after Wash- ington State's surprising victory over the Beavers, the Huskies opened their final series ofthe season against the Oregon Ducks, with an easy 37-26 victory. A fast-breaking, perfectly-guarding Oregon five, for the moment unconscious of the defeats that had pushed them to the foot of the conference ladder, out- sped the Huskies, 35-30, and abruptly ended Wash- ington's chances for the crown. ' The twelve varsity men awarded letters were Cap- tain Bobby Galer, Clyde Wagner, Ralph Bishop, Bob Egge, Chuck Wagner, Hunt Patterson, Ed Loverich, I ack Gannon, Don Wyman, Dick Cook, Pal Rosen- berg and Dick Merrin. Galer, Wyman, Cook and Merrin are the only let- termen who will graduate, leaving seven stripe-win- ners for Edmundson to work with next year. Clyde Wagner was elected to captain the Huskies into the 1936 conference race and Captain Galer was awarded the Edmundson inspirational trophy at the annual banquet. Robert Plamondon was named senior man- ager and Bob Fissell junior manager for the 1936 season. Rosenberg Bishop, Hill I Gardner Grevstad, Briggs Tennis, 1934 BOASTING WINS OVER Oregon State, Oregon, Idaho and Washington State, the Univer- sity of Washington tennis team copped the 1934- northern division tennis title and scored wins over five other non-conference teams. Led by Captain Henry Rosenberg, all-University singles champion, the Huskies scored decisive wins over all their opponents and established themselves as one of the best tennis teams on the coast. Coach I ack Torney's men opened the season by whitewashing Oregon State, 7-0, in a match played in the pavilion because of heavy rain. The Huskies opened their barn- storming tour on May 17, by downing Whitman 5-2, in a non-conference match. The next day, Washington defeated the Idaho Vandals, 7-0, with every Husky win- ning his match without being forced beyond two sets. In the final match of the tour, Washington defeated the Washington State college racketeers, 6-1. Shugo Hashiguchi was the only man to drop a game to a WSC man. I Back in their home lot, Washington copped the final series of the year by defeating Oregon, 6-1, on May 26. Jim Hill lost the only match of the day while the Huskies cinched the conference pennant. E In non-conference matches, 'I'orney's men beat College of Puget Sound, 7-0 and 6-1. They also scored wins over University of British Columbia, Williamette, Bellingham normal. r Henry Rosenberg was the mainstay of the team and was elected to captain the 1935 squad. Big "W" sweaters were awarded to Shugo Hashiguchi, Colin Clegg, Ernest Gardner, Barney Grevstad, Jim Hill, Bill Rhodes, and Ralph Bishop. Bill Heamen won the senior manager's sweater. The freshman squad scored victories over Ellensburg normal, Oregon State fresh- men, Stadium high school of Tacoma, and Garfield high school of Seattle. Freshmen awarded numerals were: Kenneth Clegg, Bob Deering, Julian Rickles, Dick Moser, John Scroggs, Stuart Beals. 19341 By NORMAN FALAHEE V d1v1s1on baseball team was a dlstmct disappoint- the season strongly, the varsity, po- 1n a live team conference, an a of trouble ahead during defensive errors' coupled with years. 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V A - +1"fv'f'.A.fA-SP "..f-Vf..1'W324lI,-,V vm ig-,1,,,,g,7'i'y:Vig .FL , . WV ',VVVV ,V-,2,,..:VgV-VV Vw- 497-'-f-fVV,a.g .w.:....V, VCQQVQLVIV- Up.-ff.:-.L6.VJ4,,5r' 1.405.611 WD, MU F7 WA., LM-V. V4 '.- ,I 'v'V"'r'4 - ,I 1'. ' , ,V-,QMf,,5!.,, L, .1,JL,,Q,lJ,L:yiv M gf "M-V 5253? My-'V Swrmmmc . . . Crosselt, Johnson, Crawford, Dickson, Medica Marshall, Slice, Mason Hardy, Coach Tarncy, Knappenberger FENCING . . . Dawley, Coach Aurcnhcirner, Richards, Hardy, Greenwood Boxnvc . . . Rich, Eroz, Peden, Plumb, Coach Kundc, Sampson, Wade Cohen, Mason, Eldrudge, Hill, Rae 1935 Com' . . . Richards, Tustin, Miller, Murphy, Czarniccki, Elworthy, Rourk, Simpson, Clijord, Hansen Riruznr . . . Lt. Gregory, Frazer, Vaclmeck, Dowd, Hamilton, LaBeau, Quense, Sgt. Hogwood Slater, Sanders, 0'Mera, Mitchell, Haring, Lovegrin, Kaozin, Jasephson Garvin, Spalding, Shepheard, Bronson, Strickar, Broman, Lynn inor ports MINOR SPORTS at the University of Washington received a decided uplift during the 1934-35 season when ice-hockey, skiing and volleyball' were introduced for the first time as regular Husky competitive sports. Boxing, because of lack of material and experience, was dropped from the year's schedule. ICE HOCKEY-ICC hockey came back to the University of Washington after an absence of ten years, and in a three-game series with the University of British Columbia, the Huskies won their first intercollegiate series and the trophy that has been in possession of the Cana- dians since 1924. Coached by Don MacKenzie, former professional star, the Huskies lost the first game, 4--3, in an over-time scrap, but came back to defeat the Canadians, 2-1, at Vancouver. In the third and deciding game, Washington easily won, 8-4, at the Ice Arena. Members of the team were: Mickey Reid, goalg Doug Mavor, Harold Smith and Jack Litsey, forwards, and Roy Holland, Ted Faulkner and Ed Gault, defense. VOLLEYBALL-Although they failed to win the Northwest League title, Washington's first varsity volleyball team won a majority of their matches to tie for second place in the year's standing. In the Northwest AAU tournament, the Huskies were eliminated in the second round. Members of the team were Nick Mihailoff, captain, Dick Greene, Jack Graham, Harry Bernow, Jack Beatty, Bill Dmitriefi, Vern Drye, Andy Anderson and Oscar Huseby. WRESTLING-T116 1935 season proved disastrous for Coach Len Stevens' Huskies, as the Washington grunt-and-groan men dropped their first decisions in two years of competition. WSC upset the Huskies in a dual meet in Seattle, 20-13. In the triangular minor sports meet at WSC, Idaho won first with 32 points, the Cougars second and Washington third. Members of the team were Stan Rich, George Terara, Leroy Bronemann, Ad Curtis and Mel Borgerson. SKIING-By amassing a total of 321 points in the inaugural University of Washington Invita- tional Ski Tournament, the Husky skiers easily defeated the University of British Columbia and the College of Puget Sound. John Woodward led Washington with firsts in the slalom and cross-country races and a second in the downhill. Howard Richmond copped the down- hill race and took second in the slalom event. The second and final meet of the season, against Dartmouth, was a different story. The five-man team from the east .trounced the Huskies 200 to 145.071 Darroch Crookes, who placed fourth in the downhill and second in the slalom, was the Huskies' only threat. Mem- bers of the' team were Darroch Crookes, John Woodward, Howard Richmond, Fred Thieme and Bob Hill. In the national championships held at Rainier Park, John Woodward captured seventh place in the slalom and eleventh place in the downhill race, while his team-mate, Darroch Crookes, placed ninth in the slalom and downhill races. RIFLE-Although they were undefeated in national intercollegiate rilie competition, the Husky sharpshooters bowed to a great Oregon team in the Hearst National riHe matches and were only able to place second. The trophy they received represents the ninth award they have won since 1928. Washington won first in the Ninth Corps Area Intercollegiate Gallery rifle match with eight other western schools competing, and in their initial start in the Missouri Valley 136 inor port League, easily won the title to keep their record free of losses in intercollegiate competition. ln the individual intercollegiate championships sponsored by the National Ride association, the Huskies placed six men in the high 13. ,lamcs Frazer copped third, followed by Victor Koozin seventh, Leo Sulkcsky tenth, Tal Hamilton eleventh, Ray Striker twelfth and Clint I-Iaring thirteenth. F ENCING--The Husky intercollegiate fencing team fought their way through another unde- feated season as Captain Jack Dawley, Bill Greenwood and Seth Richards proved almost invincible in competition. Coached by August Auernheimer, Washington defeated Reed College of Portland and the Portland Fencing club, 5-1 each inthe first match of the season. ln their next and final invasion of foreign fields, the Huskies defeated Washington State College, University of Idaho, Whitman and the Spokane Fencing club in the minor sports carnival held at WSC. SWIMMING-Establishing world records in the 440-yard and 1500-yard free style races and copping the 220-yard event, Co-Captain I ack Medica gave Washington a tie for second place in team standings in the national collegiate swimming championships at Cambridge, Mass. In the National AAU meet in New York, the Husky speedster broke his own world mark in the 500-yard free style race and led the field in the 220-yard event. Meanwhile, Coach I ack Torney's swimming team enjoyed mediocre success in the West. After scoring a 46-37 win over WSC's natators in the initial meet, the Huskies bowed before Oregon 51-32, and lost a return engagement with the Cougars, 54-49. Oregon triumphed in the annual PNA meet held at the Washington Athletic club, by garnering 61 points. Wash- ington was second with 26. . Members of the Washington team were: Co-Captains Jack Medica and Bob Stice, Les Cooper, Tate Mason, Don Crawford, Roy Nelson, Bill Brannigan, Maurie Johnson, Gene Crossett, Bernie Dickson, Bob Yeamans, Knox Marshall, Ed Bruce and Horace McClure. GOLF-Dropping but four scheduled matches, Coach Bill ,lefi'erson's golf squad enjoyed a most prosperous season. The Husky divot-diggers scored wins over Bellingham Normal, CPS, Oregon, Oregon State, Inglewood Golf club, University Golf club, Seattle Golf club and Broadmoor Golf club. Bellingham Normal, CPS, Oregon and Oregon State each defeated Washington once. Harry "Buzz" Hansen defeated Buzz Clifford for the Chet Sayles trophy, annual award open to the entire student body. V Members of the 1934 Washington golf team: Phil Bayley, Center Case, Buzz Clifford, John Czarniecki, John Davis, Buzz Hansen, Bill Howard, Herb Levin, Wilbur Richards, Bill Rourke and Dan Steinhoif. ' CROSS COUNTRY-Coming within one second of breaking the course record, Vic Palmason and Jimmy Angle, Husky harriers, finished in a dead heat to cop first and second places in the annual cross-country race with Washington State college. Three other Huskies, Walt Lunsford, Ariel Edmiston and Elbert Sellars, finished in third, fourth and fifth positions, giving Washington 40 points to the Cougars 15. The time was 16 minutes and 2 seconds for a 3M-mile course. 137 Hardy, Minor Sports Manager WRESTLING . . . Fielding, Rich, Curtis, Haapala, Kale, Coach Srevens, Hardy Hokari, Terada, Bronneman, Greeley, Bargerson Cnoss-CouN'm1r . . . Lunsford, Sellars, Metcalf, Edrnistan, Coach Edmundsnn, Angle, Palmasan VOLLEYBALL . . . Hardy, Rohrxcheib, Graham, Hornbealc, Mihailaf, Nowogroski, Crapo, Knappenberger SKHNG . . . Richmond, Hill, Lamson, Millington, Thierne, Chamberlain IN'mAMuR.u. MANAGERS . . . Holden, Fielding, Cohen, Peterson G b S 1: L B ru er, coz, ear, elshaw,I1'arlly,Knappenb g GARHAR-r TROPHY Wxnm-:Rs-Cnr Psi Bruckert, Adams, Knappenberger, R ught R. Brown, Neuperz Castle, Morgan, L. Ritchie, Isnacso D lil Laughlin, Wells, Harnbeak, Hauser, Dunn, Cain, Bn!! B nam. CHAMPS-CHI Psi . . . Wells, Laughlin, R. Neupert, Raught, Knappenberger H. Ritchie, Cain, L. Richie Isaacson, Hornbeal l , Bod Toucx-1 Foonmin CHAMPS-Cm Ps! . . . H. Ritchie, Cain., L. Ritchie, R. Neupert, Ixrmcsan., Bond, Klincfeller lntramural ports SETTING a new all-time record by scoring 1,231 points, Chi Psi cap- tured the Garhart trophy for 1933-34-. Theta Chi was second with 985 points and Beta Theta Pi third with 930. Phi Gamma Delta was fourth and Sigma Nu fifth. SPRING 1934-Chi Psi captured the nearly-risers" baseball champion- ship from 31 other competing teams by defeating the Sigma Chis in the championship series. The Lodge boys also captured the football cham- pionship, by defeating Beta Theta Pi in the finals. George Marble and Eddie Sands teamed up to give the S. A. E.'s the tennis championship, with Phi Delta Theta second and Chi Psi third. Bob Fissell and Howard Tustin stroked Beta Theta Pi to the golf championship, with Psi Upsilon ending up in second place. Independent groups dominated the horseshoe finals, with the Student Co-operative team winning the cham- pionship ancl Pilgrim Club second. Although Bob Galer of Phi Kappa Sigma was high point man, Phi Gamma Delta walked off with the intramural track crown. The Chi Psi team placed second. Galer won firsts in the 4140 and seconds in the half-mile and low hurdles. Mem- bers of the Fiji team were Pete Dix, Henry Georg, Phil Hilditch, Kermit Wasmuth, Stan Goulter, Bob Watt, John Rupp, King Benton and Bob Deming. FALL 19341-Led by Chuck Mucha and Art Ahonen, XYZ captured the all-university basketball championship with the Shooting Stars second. Sigma Phi Sigma won the fraternity championship with Compass and Chart second. Beta Theta Pi won the foul-shooting contest and Sigma Pi placed second. Finish Club won the cross-country championship with the Fiji's in second place and the Tillicum Club in third. Sleigar was high point man with 147. The Dark Horses captured the intramural wrestling crown with Sigma Nu and S. A. E. tied for second. Individual. wrestling 1 3 8 lntramural ports crowns were placed on the following men: 119 pounds, Irwin Berchg 129 pounds, Tom Koenomang 139 pounds, Pat Johnson, 14-9 pounds, Bill Greeley, 159 pounds, Chuck Allen, 169 pounds, Ed Burkheimerg 179 pounds, Pete Dix, heavyweight, Bob Green. Barely out-splashing their rivals by one point, Sigma Nu swimmers copped the swimming title after a hectic 28-27 battle with the Dark Horses. Stan Choyce was the mainstay of the Sigma Nu7s, winning firsts in the 50-yard and 100-yard free style races. WINTER 1935-Alpha Sigma Phi captured the 1935 intramural boxing title by placing two men in the championship lineup. Ed Broz, 179- pounder, and Stan Rich, unlimited, won titles. Tillicums, represented by Doug Eldridge, Welterweight champ, was second and Compass and Chart third. Champions were: 119 pounds, Victor Nakamura, 129 pounds, Gene Rowe, 139 pounds, Freddie Hillg 1419 pounds, Doug Eldridge, 159 pounds, Dean Mason, 169 pounds, Ralph Phelps, 179 pounds, Ed Brozg unlimited, Stan Rich. Alpha Delta Phi, led by Boyd Huff and Vernon Parrington, cap- tured the intramural fencing championship. Compass and Chart, with Turner and Freeman wielding the blades, was second and Theta Chi third. For the fourth consecutive year, the Phi Gamma Delta handball team of Roger Evans and Bob Palmer won the title, with Sigma Nu copping second position. Dick Cook and Clarence Lirhus won the ping pong title for Beta Theta Pi by defeating Wesley Club. Sigma Nu placed third in the competition. Behind the masterful pitching of '6Red" Hutchinson, the Alpha Sigma Phi indoor baseball team copped the intramural title from Sigma Nu, 8-5. The Alpha Sigs were never headed during the game, most of their runs being garnered on Sigma Nu errors. Kappa Sigma added more laurels to their crown when they captured the intramural volleyball title by defeating Beta Theta Pi in the finals. 1 3 9 Gow CHAMPS-BBTAS . . . F issell, Tusten Cnoss-Couurmr Crumrs-Fn-usa Cnun . Johnson, J. Norman Sligar, E. Norman, Tcdzak, Wollerl, 0'C Swxmmmc CHABIPS'-SIGMA Nu . . . Neander, Thomas, Chayce, Lindsay, Grub TRACK CHAMPS-FIJIS . . . Flynn, Benton, Enquist, Evans, Walt, G Wasmuzh i " 9lClub lll Rohrscheib, Witt, Gasparouich, Gadke, Moore, Marolich, Briggs, Rosenberg l2l Martin, Haines, Wagner, M errin, Carter, White, Nowogroski, Caler l3l Wiatrack, Gardner, Bishop, Bond, Dawes, Daley, Leienflerrlfer l4el MacKenzie, Shper, Pollock, Cain, Killien, Waskowicz l5l W yman, Raney, Lazarevich, Snider, C ook, Pruzan, Flanagan lf6l Hornbeak, Bufkin, Mucha, King, Ullin, Muczynski ATHLE'1lIC RECOGNITION at the University is afforded through membership in the Big '4W" Club. Only those who have fulfilled the requirement of participation in intercollegiate athletics, including football, basketball, baseball, track and tennis, are eligible for sweater awards and membership in the organization. The club is the police force for all rallies and athletic meets. Members form a strong representative group supporting tra- ditions and have their own cheering section at athletic meets. Walter Haney, President Tony McMahon, Vice-President .lohn King, Secretary-Treasurer Football - Neg England Bob Egge Tennis Arthur Ahonen Paul Sulkosky Chuck Wagner Henry Rosenberg Don Pollock Burl Bufkin Ed Loverich Bob Briggs Abe Shpel' Woody Uuin Baseball Bamey Grevstad Charles Bond Matt MUCZYI1Ski Jes Tesreau Bud DaPonte John Wi-Htrak -lay' Hornbeak R d 1 h E - t Ernest Gardner Mitchell Mondala Ch21Tl0S Mucha Ru awp 1 nqms Walter Rohrscheib Frank WiHdl1St oy ar ow Track Jimmie Cain Fred Gadke John McKenzie Pepper Martin Byron Haines Ed Nowogroski Ted Markov Dan Lazarevich Paul Radke Warren Flanagan Tony Burke Glenn Boyle Ed Clinton Elmer Lorentson Tryg Hansen Basketball Bob Galer Clyde Wagner Ralph Bishop Dick Merrin Bob McKinstry Dick Cook Pal Rosenberg J ack Gannon Hunt Paterson Gil Leiendecker Roger Dawes .lack Daly Mitchell Gasparovich Crew Ed Moore Vic Carter Frank Marolich Walter Raney Wilbur Washburn Bob Snider Bob White Harvey Love Kenneth Killien Ariel Edmiston Frank Plumb Gene Frost John King Carl Hossman John Gavin Bob Swisher Harry Pruzan Frank Rosenquist Fred Galer Don Frame Bob Witt 14140 mor" 99 Club Greenwood, Dawley, Richards, Johnson, Stice, H apaala, Haworth, Graham, Hardy Person, Richards, Karine, Krorn., Fraser, Mock Yearnans, Clifford, Lunsford, McKeller Swimming Charles Mucha Pete Dix Bob Stice Bob Yeamans Les Cooper J ack Beardwood Gene Crossett Eddie Clinton Knox Marshall Wrestling Everett McKellar Harold Sharpe Claude McKellar Vasily Dmitrieli Bert Kale Reuben Haapala Melvin Borgerson Fencing Bill Greenwood .lack Dawley Seth Richards Bob Moch Rifle Leo Sulkosky A. R. Anderson Tallmadge Hamilton Glen Butterfield Ray Striker Lewis Lindsey Lewis Silver Walt Savikko J im Fraser Jack Howe Charles Haworth Richard Young Cross-Country Ariel Edmiston James Angle Vic Palmason Elbert Sellers Walt Lunsford Tyler Kaune Gil Krom MEMBERSHIP in the Minor 'cW,' Club is dependent upon participation. in some University minor sport. Men who participate ,in wrestling, swim- ming, golf, fencing, cross-country, ice- hockey and rilie are awarded the small HCircle W." The club's trophy is the WM. ' OFFERING college girls an opportunity for play and competi- tion, the W. A. A. sponsors a complete schedule of sports dur- ing each quarter of the school year. When it is too cold to use the tennis courts and fields, the girls take up indoor games in the gym and swimming pool. In addition to interclass battles, independent and sorority teams tangle in intramural contests. PLAY DAY, to which 500 high school girls throughout the state are invited, is an opportunity for the University to extend its good will. Between W. A. A. contests and exhibitions of skill, the visitors themselves participate in the games. MEMBERsHxP of the "W" Club is limited to girls whose ath- letic ability won them letters. Under Margaret Lammiman, president, the club was reorganized this year. W. A. A. DIRECTORS were Betty Harris, Vivian Hickman, Belle Berch, Helen Thompson and Margaret Lammiman. Eunice Bowman was the intramural manager. 7 siren. OFFICERS . . . Buzz Cliiiord, President Charles Haworth, Vice-President Seth Richards, Secretary-Treasurer Golf William Howard William Rourke Center Case Sherman Elworthy John Davis Phil Bayley Harry Hansen Don Howard Wilbur Richards Paul Murphy Boxing Bill Graham Richard Johnson Ted Markov Ernest Patricelli Abe Person Frank Plumb Paul Sampson Howard Thompson Faculty Members Len Stevens Norm Kunde ' .lack Torney Honorary Members .lack Hardy Dave Lear Bill Heaman W. A. A. Exrcurrva BOAHD AND COUNCIL F razier, Ingalls, Berch, Belzer, Lamrniman, Krupp, Brown Ratzray, Hickman, Harris, Thompson, Bernholt, Davis, Powers Priebc, Drummond WOBlEN,S HW" CLUB Hickman, Drummond, Krupp, Lamrnimun ll. 41 1 Kingsbury, Harris, Miller omenis Athletics Ariel Stout, tennis champ Vivian Haugen slugs along one Frances Rohrback goes mermaid in the women's pool Nicholson, Morris, Meacham, Leib, Haugen, Steiner M cLenahan, F eist, Harvey, Person, Forbes INTERCOLLEGIATE SWIMMING-TWO women's intercollegiate telegraphic rec- ords were broken by Betty Meacham, freshman, in the meet held last winter. They were in the 40 and the 100 yard breast stroke. Other first place winners were Pat Linton, in both the free style and the crawl events, and Nancy Harvey in the back crawl. Other contestants were Vivian Haugen, Eleanor McLenahan, Lucille Feist, Lee Nicholson, Joyce Forbes and Ella Leib. WOMEN,S TENNIS-Ariel Stout, ranking fifth in national tennis competition this year, won every event in the tennis tournament last fall. This included both the interclass and intramural singles. Pairing with NRuth Nieding in the interclass doubles and Verna Reed in the intramural, she took these events too. Doris Delze was in charge of the tournament. BASEBALL-Plenty of stolen bases and home runs were featured in the baseball tournament which Margaret Runnals managed last spring. Kappa Kappa Gamma was the league leader, but it took a one run lead in the decisive game, which was with McKenny House, to keep them there. SWIMMING-Exhibiting the best diving form and speediest sprinting, the Inde- pendent team won the swimming meet last fall. The individual high point scorer ofthe meet, Betty Meacham, was a member of this squad. Margie Powers supervised the competition. 142 and lntramurals Henn, M cClzire, Dearborn, Haga, Picht, Sims, Hansen Capt. Daughtry, Cline, Berns, Clement, Kerrchner, Buckman, Sgt. H ogwood Frazer, Beach, Harrah, Robertson, Johnson, Cardif RIFLERY-Though final results of the intercollegiate telegraphic rifle meets have not been posted yet, Washington has been winning frequently and should place high. The manager of the team this year is Shirley Mae Frazer, women's individual intercollegiate riiie champion. PING PONG-The ping pong tournament last winter was won by Pilgrim Club. They were represented by Viola Vivian, who is a ranking player in Northwest table tennis circles. The game does not cover much space, but it takes a good eye and a fast hand. The tournament was managed by Eloise Bernhoft. VOLLEYBALL-LaSt fall's tournament drew the largest turn-out of houses and coed players in recent years. The Kappas took the lead early in the season and kept it. Delta Gamma was the runner-up in this hard-fought contest which Louise Ingalls managed. I BASKETBALL-By the decisive score of 4-O-15, the Independent team beat that of Alpha Delta Pi to win the basketball tournament last winter. Vivian Drum- mond managed the tournament, recording scores and calling fouls. ' 14.3 Fran Harrison gets set for a championship match Katherine Brehm, stands ready for a mighty volleyball serve Tillie Ann Hallock tries a shot at the basket JANE BROTHERTON -because she is a beautiful coed named as one of the Junior Queen nomineesg because she was the only woman in the drama department to have leads in two Studio Theater productions, starring in both 4'Mrs. Moonlightn and 'cAnimal Kingdomvg because she is vice presi- SIGRID HEDIN-bCC3USC she is president of Theta Sigma Phig because she was editor of "It Is Done," the AWS etiquette book which attracted very favorable comments from schools all over the United Statesg because she is a former Daily society editor. Alpha Delta Pi. dent of Phi Mu Gamma. Kappa Kappa Gamma 1414- FACULTY MEMBERS . . . Beta Kappa '-I ala A, ax or fflffi ' Phi Skinner, Dahlin, Read, Simpson NATIONAL SCHOLASTIC HONORARY is the oldest Greek letter society in the United States, and was founded in 1776 at the College of William and Mary. Membership qualifications include sound moral character and high scholastic rating. OFFICERS . . . Dr. M. M. Skinner, President Dr. Lurline V. Simpson, Secretary Dr. Ebba Dahlin, Vice President Lawrence Zillman, Dean David Thomson, Executive Committee Dr. William M. Read, Treasurer ' Victoria Anderson John P. Ballantine Mary I. Bash Maude L. Beal Arthur S. Beardsley Allen R. Benham Donald Cornu Kenneth C. Cole Ebba Dahlin Grace G. Denny Harvey B. Densmore Edgar M. Draper E. H. Eby Herbert H. Gowen Ralph H. Gundlach Edwin R. Guthrie Ruth Hale Amy Violet Hall Joseph P. Harris Joseph B. Harrison A. R. J erbert CLASS OF 1934 . . . Ethel Josephine Alpenfels Reilley Atkinson Ruth Benham William Luke Bitar Waldemar Berton Campbell Mary Elizabeth Drescher Dellvon K. Fall Gertrude Fleming J ack Hurst Fulton Maurice Gershon Paul Matthews Goode Mary Elizabeth Haller Sylvia Finlay Kerrigan Trevor Kincaid Edward McMahon Edmond S. Meany Charles C. More Vernon A. Mund Everett J. Nelson R. H. Nottelman Frederick M. Padelford Ruth E. Penington Robert T. Pollard Sarah Louise Read William M. Read Melvin Rader Harold Shepherd Lurline V. Simpson M. M. Skinner Harry E. Smith E. B. Stevens Edward N. Stone Albert Foster Harper Marion Rebecca Harper Priscilla Jean Hazen Mary Elizabeth Hemphill Chester Higman Frank Killien Thomas Huston McBride Josephine Milkey Felix Enoch Moore Josephine Nicholls Virginia Doyle Norwood Charles R. Strother David Thomson Lena L. Tucker Alvin Ulbrickson E. J. Vickner Margaret Walters Edward Wagenknecht Charles E. Weaver John Weinzirl Lois J. Wentworth Sophie R. Weinstein Walter B. Whittlesey Clotilde M. Wilson Francis G. Wilson William E. Wilson William R. Wilson R. M. Winger Arthur M. Winslow Howard B. Woolston Lawrence John Zillman Mark Odell Julius Abraham Roller Sidney Michel Rubens Harry Towne Sharpe Warren L. Shattuck Elizabeth Spencer Frances Throckmorton Alexander Monroe Watt Mary Catherine Weber Mary Helen Wigle Richard Francis Wilkie 146 Hatch, Eastman, Gandlach, Goodrich Sigma Xi QQ? F OU1iIDED IN 1886 at Cornell University to encourage original research in pure and px., - applied science, and to recognize high scholarship of students in science and tech- nology. Active membership requires the publication of research. Associate members li' are chosen for their ability in scientific research. University of Washington chapter ' was established in 1907. OFFICERS . . . Melville H. Hatch, Zoology, President Ralph H. Gundlach, Psychology, Vice President MEMBERS . . . James L. Alexander Maynard M. Baldwin Clifford Barnes H. K. Benson Warren L. Beuschlein H. L. Brakel Lewis C. Britt Russell Cain John A. Carlson A. F. Carpenter Wilbert M. Chapman Walter M. Chappell Donald H. Clark Ray W. Clough Howard A. Coombs C. R. Corey Clyde M. Cramlet Joseph Daniels F. A. Davidson Russell H. Dean W. M. Dehn Allen C. Delacy Harry A. Dunlop A. V. Eastman Fred S. Eastman E. 0. Eastwood Robert Edmonds Erwin A. Esper Claire Evans F. B. Farquharson Louis Fischer T. C. Frye R. E. Fuller F. J. Goodrich Ward L. Gooding Julia Goodsell G. E. Goodspeed J. E. Gould Bror L. Grondal J. E. Guberlet Ralph H. Gundlach Erna Gunther E. R. Guthrie David C. Hall C. W. Harris John F. Hart M. H. Hatch George E. Hawthorn Joseph E. Henderson G. L. Hoard George P. Horton J. W. Hotson ASSOCIATE MEMBERS . . . Gordon Alcorn Raymond Alquist Walter H. Barkas Renato Bianchi Emanuel Bitar Kelshaw Bonham Wm. O. Brandt Ernest Gardner Carl J. Carlson Wilbert Chapman Ray D. Chard L. B. Cochran R. W. Coddington Albert H. Couch Dean Crustal Robert K. Dahlstrom Charles C. Davis H. G. Davis Allen DeLacey 147 L. R. Donaldson Esther Duchow Dorothy Duii Thomas F. Doumani Wyatt Durham Harriet Exline Elizabeth Farrar Robert W. Fatzinger Martha Flahant Gertrude Fleming Hermann Friedlander C. Friedman Max P. Geer Barbara Gray John W. Gray Wilber H. Goss Patricia Gregory Randall Hamm Elmer Hansen Harold Houlton Clayton S. Huey A. R. J erbert C. W. Johnson Frederick F . Johnson Wilhelm Jorgensen Trevor Kincaid F . K. Kirsten K. A. Kobe Henry Landes Wm. M. Lanphere Lowell C. Lloyd E. A. Loew J. Hoover Mackin C. E. Magnusson G. A. Magnusson Bryan T. McMinn Ralph McNabney Howard Martin Alfred L. Miller R. C. Miller Harold D. Mitchell C. C. More R. E. Moritz Ralph W. Moulton L. I. Neikirk Charles H. Harrison Albert W. Hawkins Glen Heathers C. Hedreen S. O. Hegge Emil Hellund Daniel Helms George H. Hernmen L. M. Hitchcock J. C. Hitt Gertrude Hoppe Ingomar Hostetter Thomas T. Iriye Carl H. Johnson J. Irving Jolley G. Nevell Jones John F. Kalbach Charles E. Kemp Jerome C. Kopet Austin V. Eastman, Elec. Engineer, Secretary Forest J. Goodrich, Pharmacy, Treasurer Earl R. Norris F . A. Osborn A. Penick Sargent Powell Ellie l. Raitt G. B. Rigg L. W. Rising Milnor Roberts Jennie Rowntree Llewellyn A. Sanderman Gilbert Schaller Victor Schetfer E. A. Schuchard Leonard Schultz Charles Schwartz Earl D. Scott Gordon R. Schuck Dr. L. P. Sieg V. Sivertz E. V. Smith George McPhail Smith George S. Smith Stevenson Smith David L. Soltau H. V. Tartar J. Durward Thayer G. C. Larson Roy E. Lindblom Sidney C. Lund Raymond V. McGrath Eugene K. Miller John Newstrom Marigale Osborn Rose Ostroii Joseph A. Pask Marian Pettibone Verne Ray John Roberts Evart Rodenhouse, Jr. Frederick W. Ross Sidney M. Rubens Mary Ellen Russel George F. Sainsbury Francis B. Sanford M. B. Schaeifer T. G. Thompson Will F . Thompson J. R. Tolmie Bernardine D. Tschudy Robert Tschudy Dean Richard G. Tyler S. R. Tymstra C. L. Utterback Richard Van Cleve Robert B. Van Horn Frank M. Warner C. E. Weaver John Weinzirl Helena Werby Ruth West Horner Wheelon E. R. Wilcox J. S. Williams G. S. Wilson Hewitt Wilson R. M. Winger Hugo Winkenwerder John Woodyard John Worcester H. Schimke K. Ronald Scribner Eddie K. Shimonura Robert E. Silver E. R. Simmeree Harold K. Skraxnstad F. C. Smith Leon Snyder Daniel E. Stuntz Patsy M. Sullivan Jerome B. Thomas R. M. Towne Harold C. Trueblood Clarics Weidert Robert W. Wells Russell S. Weiser Marjorie Westphall Mary Maurine White Robert H. Williams Gra Harbor Club A. Halbert, Quimby, R. Bond, Erickson, Stanford, Yandle, Johnson C. Bond, M cGilliczicldy, Oldfield, Savina, Berg, E. Bitar Fields, F rederickson, Rlzinehart, Parr, Sutton, H artsuch, Ransom, Gasparovich, D. Bitar Raye, Edwards, Hawkins, Lewis, Chilman, Smith, H ollingworth, Jameson THE FIRST UNIT of the Booster Club to actively boost the University. Its purpose is the promotion of friendly feeling between the University and the rest of the state, cementing a lasting bond between Grays Harbor students and the University. Any resident or former resident of Grays Harbor County, attending the University of Washington for one quarter is eligible for membership. OFFICERS... FACULTY MEMBERS... Andy Sutton, President Mitchell Gasparovich, Vice President Grace Dolan, Secretary Dan McGi1licuddy, Treasurer Robert Garriage, Sergeant at Arms MEMBERS . . . Frances Albee Everett Austin W. R. Austin Betty Jane Edwards Eugene Elliott Betty Emerson Dr. A. S. Beardsley Dean Edward H. Lauer Capt. J. G. Cooper Win. W. Bird Angelo Pellegrini Dean Herbert T. Condon Alice Lamb Grace Mayers James Lawill August Pantages Cliff Parr Laura Philbrick Katherine Stewart Margaget Stewart Agnes Strand Roy Berge George Emerson James McBee Gladys Phillips Edith Strandberg Daniel Bitar Raavo Fellmen Dan McGillicuddy Jack Ponsichil Andy Sutton ' Emmanuel Bitar Edward Fitzgerald George McKay Ronald Preston Bob Swisher Charles Bond Burton Foote Dennis McKinney Bill Polk Max Taylor Randall Bond Clare Bonebroke Mary Jane Bousbeld Carl Bradley Carol Byles Harriet Callow Anne Marie Fosbury Paul Frederickson Mitchell Gasparovich John Harms Robert Harriage Elaine Hawkins Craig Martsers George Martinson Bob Matheson Betsy May Gilbert Mills Robert Moch Bruce Quimby Jay Ransom Carroll Reinhart Ceorgeanne Roberts Alex Rosenkrantz Mamie Roulet OB Julie Anne Templeton Etta Terwilliger Mildred Tilley Elmo Tooley Howard Tuttle Richard Ultican Mark Canterbury Eileen Hollingsworth Beth Morgan Andy Roye Bill Waara James Carberry M. Ring Hopkins Don Murphy Joe Ryan Teddy Wakefield Charles Caughlan Fred Huleen Ed Nelson Russell Sandquist Robert Watkins Elsie Chilman Eugene Dawson Ralph DeBruler William Desmond Ruth Dumey John G. Edlund Albert Hulbert Berwin Hulbert William Irvin Zola Jameson Wayne Johnson Jean Johnson Seymour Nelson Ruben Newman Virgil Nostrand Eileen Nevine Howard Oakland John Oldfield Tony Savina Merle Schmitt F. E. Schmitdk Margaret Smith Randolph Stanford Elizabeth Stewart Arthur Welanrler Cliff Wycoff Herbert'Yandle Frank Yuskolf 14148 ff at Key Club Docherty, Taylor, Linton, Fiset, Wzrnecke, Erzlohl, Rnnnals, Brakke, Kellogg, Hemphill Tipp, Hoskins, Bendix, Priebe, Stokes, Hutchinson Nichols, Doncaster, F ett, Pendergrast, B. F itton, C. F itton, M cCajffrey SERVICE ORGANIZATION ior under-class women, founded at the University of Wash- ington in 1934-. Women outstanding in activities, with a 2.5 grade average are chosen for membership. OFFICERS . . . Helen Nichols, President Ann Hutchinson, Vice President Millicent Doncaster, Secretary Patricia Fiset, Treasurer Alice Brakke, Historian Helen Gorham, Adviser MEMBERS . . . Elizabeth Fitton Willemene Docherty Virginia Fett Virginia Hoskins Betty Bendix Helen Nichols Patricia Fiset Ann Hutchinson Marjorie Berrian Millicent Doncaster Charlotte Fitton Virginia Kellogg Alice Brakke Eva Marie Earley Frances Pendergrast Patricia Linton Trova Caldwell Nancy Erdahl Dorothy Hemphill Bernita McCaffrey Winnifred Callendar Janet Feddersen Janeth Hogue Leona Priebe HONORARY MEMBERS . . . Helen Gorham Mrs. Arthur Younger Miss May Dunn Ward FIFTEEN FROSH COEDS honored at the first annual "Wu Key pledge tea Meany hotel, April 12: . Margaret Runnalls Mary Scammell Bernice Stokes Wanda Taylor Pearl Tipp Claire Wernecke Miss Mary I. Bash dance at the PLEDGES . . . Peggy Arneson Martina Elizalde Alice Ogden .lean Ross Essey Tucker Mabel Bennett Eleanor Mankey Brownen Pratt Ann Sherhurne Margaret Wilson Virginia Ann Bowden Betty Meacham Virginia Robinson Marylaird Small Jean Wingate 1419 sig Q1 5 N LY-'ffxzifi W Zfiatrrini iff f I Tau Beta Pi F luke, Ahlquist, M oss, Hitt TAU BETA P1 was founded at Lehigh University in 1885 for the purpose of conferring distinction upon those engineering students or alumni who have maintained a high grade of scholarship and attainment. OFFICERS . . . ' J. Maurice Fluke. President Virgil Moss, Secretary Norman Ahlquist, Vice President John C. Hitt, Treasurer FACULTY MEMBERS . . . W. L. Beuschlein R. Brown Prof. Joseph Daniels F. S. Eastman Prof. E. O. Eastwood R. H. G. Edmonds F. B. Farquharson Prof. C. W. Harris G. L. Hoard A. Jensen ADVISORY MEMBERS . . . Prof. F. K. Kirsten K. A. Kobe R. E. Lindblom Prof. E. A. Loew D. H. Loughridge B. T. McMinn Prof. C. E. Magnusson Prof. C. C. May A. L. Miller Prof. E. A. Loew Prof. C. C. More Prof. A. M. Winslow MEMBERS . . . Norman Alquist Marvyn Ambuhl Frank Browning C. L. Bradeen Boris Boguslavsky Robert Coddington Harold Davis PLEDGES . . . Thomas W. Anderson William O. Brandt Cordon W. Clothier John Gray J. Maurice Fluke Ward Gano Albert Hawkins Sigurd Hegge Lester Hitchcock J ohn C. Hitt Ivan Klein Charles Haworth John C. lreton Raymond V. McGrath Ray B. Pardo Prof. C. C. More L. H. Pries F. C. Smith G. S. Smith Dean R. G. Tyler F. M. Warner E. R. Wilcox Prof. A. M. Winslow Prof. G. S. Wilson Prof. F. M. Warner Gilbert Larson Virgil Moss Harry Wallin Jerome Thomas John Woodyard Ralph M. Towne Ernest R. Simmerer 150 Thatcher, Coy, Olson, Myers Scabbard and Blade HONORARY MILITARY FRATERNITY for students in advanced military scienceg founded at the University of Wisconsin in 1911g Washington chapter, I company, 1st Regiment, chartered in 1913. A grade average of B is required for membership. OFFICERS . . . Richard M. Thatcher, Captain Jackson Myers, 1 st Sergeant Wheeler Coy, lst Lieutenant Capt. Ralph Wiltamuth, Faculty Adviser Bruce C. Olson, 2ncl Lieutenant FACULTY MEMBERS . . . Col. Edward Kimmel Lt. Col. W. D. Frazer MEMBERS . . . John A. Allen Benson B. Allen Bert H. Backstrom Harry F. Broman Curtiss L. Beebe Arthur C. Belfrey John Brinsmead James C. Brock John Bannick Gordon F. Brown Paul E. Chittenden Wheeler Coy Norman R. Dunbar William P. Elfendahl Ted S. Faulkner Dwayain K. Ford 151 Capt. J. G. Cooper Capt. Joseph F. Stiley Donald E. Forsander Richard H. Fretwell Tallmadge I. Hamilton Robert C. Hart Lester Hitchcock Emmett S. Hughes Kenneth D. Jones Lawrence F. Joris Charles E. Kemp Richard L. Kunde Charles W. Lawrence T. Marx Libby Paul McKnight Jack S. Myers Edward G. Nagle Bruce C. Olsen Capt. Ralph Wiltamuth Lieut. Edgar M. Gregory Richard T. Olson Arthur N. Owley John O. Phillips George K. Preston Carl H. .1 Ohnson Harry W. Johnstone Philip T. Foss Gordon Raught Roy N. Stirrat Leo F. Sulkosky Robert W. Swanson J ack G. Sweek Richard M. Thatcher Alfred H. Thiel Allan J. Treuer Gene A. Wright Compass and Chart . Landaas, F ield, Sutherling, Bradlee FOUNDED FEBRUARY 15, 1927, at'the University of Washington, an organization of selected students of Naval Science, the purpose of which is to unite its members socially and to promote an uesprit de corps." OFFICERS . . . Wilber Landaas, President Harold Smith, Senior Representative Fritz Field, Vice President Frank Reynolds, Junior Representative Elton Sutherling, Secretary Carl Koford, Sophomore Representative Karl Bradlee, Treasurer ' ' HONORARY MEMBERS . . . Rear Admiral Earl H. Campbell, U. S. N. Capt. John V. Kleman, U. S. N. Lieut. George F. Galpin, U. S. N. Comdr. Harvey W. McCormack, U. S. N. fRetiredJ Lieut. Comdr. George S. Gillespie, U. S. N. Lieut. Bernard J. Skahill Lieut. Comdr. George D. Grant, U. S. N. R. Dean M. Lyle Spencer Ch. Gun Mate Malcolm Hamilton, U. S. N. R. FIRST CLASS . . . T. W. Anderson R. W. Copeland J. M. Fluke V. A. Jennings Geo. Murdock O. B. Tapert J. D. Bading L. W. Cosper R. E. Galer H. B. Jones, Jr. J. F. NePage E. A. Taylor C. H. Baltzo W. K. Crane ' J. M. Gilman H. Jorgensen F. W. Peterson J. S. Twitchell W. M. Bjork B. L. Davis S. Halfon S. D. Kent E. B. Pugsley C. Wayne G. A. Brackett J. R. Dawes W. H. Hilands W. H. Landaas J. H. Redington A. R.Wi1bor K. E. C. Bradlee J. B. Dawley T. B. Hinkle T. F. Marvin Seth Richards, Jr. K- B- Bfilhaff W- D- Dllfhie J. C. Hitt D. R. McDonald R. E. Silver F. H. Browning, Jr. C. Y. Dyer D. B. Howard K. F. Melde H. E. Smith C. G. Chapman R. E. Ewers O. R. Irrgang J. L. Mueller D. M. Snow SECOND CLASS . . . f A. E. H. Bernhard J. F. Dore, Jr. J. C. Kettenring D. E. McHan R. G. Paquette C. E. Vorohik W. M. Blackford H. E. Ellis M. M. Krom R. S. McKinstry H. M. Payne R. L. Welsh F. H. Blake F. H. Field, Jr. G. L. Leiendecker D. J. McNab M. T. Ramstad E. L. Whitmore R. B. Bretland H. P. Gerdon A. Leipper I. E. Merrick, Jr. F. G. Reynolds W. T. Williams M. N. Chamberlain J. W. Greely W. M. Lowry W. A. Millington, J r.J . F. Schoettel O. A. Wright Golland Clark, Jr. C. E. Hall S. C. Lund R. W. Moody, Jr. T. J. Skewes, Jr. R. T. Deacon R. M. Handley D. D. Mason D. R. Muller R. G. Smith R. W. de Haas R. G. J ubitz, Jr. F. D. Mavor E. S. Neely E. W. Sutherling H. L. Deits, Jr. D. M. Kellogg W. H. McClaskey A. H. Nienau R. O. Sylvester THIRD CLASS . . . G. O. Baker, Jr. J. A. Eastwood R. E. Jones R. J. Montgomery J. M. Rusch A. E. H. Bernhard C. A. Berry D. E. Edwards W. M. Jones C. T. Nefzger M. Schliewe R. B. Bretland A. S. Blum R. M. Freeman H. L. Kelley, Jr. B. Odell P. F. Spaulding E. S. Neely P. D. Boyce R. D. Garland C. B. Koford V. M. Osterberg H. E. Stack R. O. Sylvester S. A. Brand D. F. Granston R. E. Lounsbury, Jr. R. V. Ostling M. G. Stokes W. T. Williams A. L. Brannan F. P. Gray J. T. Mason, Jr. J. O. Phillips, Jr. R. E. Trumble, Jr. D. H. Bedger F. P. Criddle E. Hall R. G. McCloy S. C. Ranta C. B. Wagner A. A. Turner J. A. Dare G. O. Hansen J. C. McDonald J. J. Reed D. E. Waite S. A. Dudley H. T. Jarvis A. A. Miller H. K. Rice A. T. Wendells PLEBES . . . F. W. Bampton J. L. Crawford K. A. Grahn B. L. Lent G. D. Osterud W. E. Watts R. A. Bever R. S. Dail ' P. H. Green R. M. Leslie C. F. Palmer J. P. Wheatley E. A. Black R. F. DeGrace H. E. Hanset L. L. Letterman J. M. Quackenbush T. M. Wold E- A- Blauvelt J. C. Dexter J. D. Harshman J. M. Lucid H. E. Roller E. E. Brighton W. A. Doolittle G. C. Hawkinson C. F. Luke C. A. Sather F. Bus G. R. Dubail F. P. Hoskins G. O. Lundstrorn E. F. Sommers C. J. Carlson J. H. Galbraith R. K. Keller H. L. Morrison F. V. Taylor R. I. Conrad A. S. Goodfellow, Jr. M. J. Koon D. C. Norton H. R. Warner 152 lpha Delta Sigma Bye, Blake, Hill, Foss MEN,S NATIONAL ADVERTISING FRATERNITY which has as requirements for membership: interest in the advertising field, good marketing and advertising scholarship or an achievement in the advertising field. Founded at University of Missouri in 19135 Robert W. Jones chapter founded at University of Washington in 1923. OFFICERS . . . Oluf Bye, President, nrst half Bill Ghiglione, Secretary, second half Bob Hill, President, second half Phil Foss, T reasurer, ,nrst half .l oe Blake, Vice-President, first half Phil Foss, Treasurer, second half ' Joe Blake, Vice-President, second half Clyde Robinson, Faculty Adviser A Bob Hill, Secretary, yirst half FACULTY MEMBERS . . . , Prof. Henry A. Burd Prof. William E. Cox Prof. Robert W. Jones Prof. Vernon McKenzie Clyde Robinson MEMBERS . . . Robert Alexander Addison Clifford Philip Foss Earl Gibson James Madill Arvo Willman Jack Boley Jerry Crollard Fred French Robert Gray Charles Newton Oluf Bye Ronald Fetterley William Ghiglione Robert Hill loc Rutkowski lpha Kappa PS1 Ritchie, Ballard, Torlcelson, Stortz l1rlEN,S NATIONAL COMMERCE PRoFEssioNAL founded at New York University in 19055 47 chapters, Rho chapter chartered in 1919. A high scholastic average, upperclass credit, and ability to succeed in the business world are the requirements for membership. Its purpose is to promote interest in business professions by the University student. U OFFICERS . . . William Ritchie, President WHYHC Swrtz, Tfellwfef Richard Ballard, Vice President Richard Wal ton, Rilllfflll-if Gudmar Torkelson, S ecretary FACULTY MEMBERS . . . Prof. W. E. Cox Prof. H. H. Martin Prof. M. M. Skinner Dean S. J. Coon D. V. Graves Prof. Carl S. Dakan Prof. Charles J. Miller Prof. H. E. Smith Alvin Ulbrickson I-IONORARY MEMBER . . . Floris Nagelvoort MEMBERS . . . h I -. Bernard Anderson Russell Bowen Robert Ritchie WHYIIG Sl01'lZ Richard Xl 211011 Richard Ballard Karl Bradlee William Ritchie Gudmaf T01'kC1S0H 153 11131931 Libby, Carey, Burrows, Hitt NATIONAL ORGANIZATION for upperclassmen in electrical engineering, founded in New York in 1902. The purpose of the society is development of interest in the theory and practice of Electrical Engineer- ing, and the encouragement of further alfiliations with the A. I. E. E. Washington branch was founded in 1926. ' OFFICERS . . . T. M. Libby, Chairman .lohn Hitt, Senior Representative Frank Carey, Vice Chairman Don Forsander, Junior Representative Glenn Burrows, Secretary-Treasurer FACULTY MEMBERS . . . Prof. G. R. Shuck Prof. C. E. Magnusson Prof. F. S. Eastman Prof. G. S. Smith Prof. R. E. Lindblorn Prof. G. L. Hoard Prof. E. A. Loew MEMBERS . . . Melvin Abrams Wendell Crane William Harries B. N. Lippman E. A. Schuchard Amsden Axelson Harold' Davis Robert Hart .lames McEacheran Ernest Simmerer Glenn Burrows Clifford Diernond John Hitt A. D. Nyman C. Ronald Smith J. S. Campbell D. P. Eastman Gilbert Larson J ack Paterson Lowman Tibbals Frank Carey Don F orsander Chelk Lee T. H. Reid Ralph Towne Gordon Clothier John Gray T. M. Libby R. L. Robinson Julius Uradnishecl-L O I IIHHOI111 S0011 Delbert Williams Carl Willner Arthur Young George Zaloudek H awkins, Munro, Layman, Quense NIEN,S CHEMISTRY HONORARY founded at the University of Washington in 1920, whose purpose is to bring together men of common professional interest in the advancement of chemistry as a science and profession. Chemistry or chemical engineering majors are eligible for membership. OFFICERS . . . Albert W. Hawkins, President J ack Layman, Secretary-Treasurer William S. Munro, Vice President .lohn Quense, Custodian of the Dulnbcll FACULTY MEMBERS . . . Prof. Rex J. Robinson Prof. W. L. Beuschlcin Prof. Kenneth A. Kobe Prof. Thomas G. Thompson Prof. Henry K. Benson Dr. V. Sivertz Prof. H. V. Tartar MEMBERS . . . Norman Ahlquist Logan Dimond Robert Graham Lee Heinzinger Herman Ior enscn Frank McLeod Ron Biles Bert Backstrorn Robert Colby Norman Dunbar Thomas Doumani Robert Deacon Arthur Erickson Charles French PLEDGES . . . Jacob Ash Walter Barnet Esler Bechtel Ernest Card Harry Cheney Arthur Garrett .loc Goodman James Hauschildt William Hawkins Richard Heclreen Dave Herald Carl Jackins Frank Kenton Charles Haworth Olle Hedbring Harold Heaton Philip Huemmer Alex Leipper Bob Murray Marvin Paulson Q .I ack Layman Edgar Luker .less Maas Gordon Morseth Lowell Schultz Robert Scott Jack Skewes William Munro Marion Norton Robert Parquette Easton Patterson Maynard Stokes William Vanderhoof Ed Whitmore John Pauly John Quensc Leo Saukko Beverley Smith George Schofield Fred Wemgartcn 154+ Evanson, Wicklund, Miller, Butterbczugh Beta lpha Psi NATIONAL ACCOUNTING PROFESSIONAL fraternity founded at the University of Illinois in 1916, 17 chaptersg Delta chapter chartered in 1921. Members are chosen from majors in accounting who have good moral character, high scholarship, and the ability to pass a rigid five-hour examination in accounting problems, accounting theory, economics, and business law. OFFICERS . . . Palmer Evanson, President Frank Miller, Historian Marvin Wicklund, Secretary-Treasurel' O. E. Draper, Permanent Vice President FACULTY MEMBERS . . . Prof. W. E. Cox Prof. G. Butterbaugh Prof. J. Fordon Assoc. Prof. J. M. McConohey Dean H. T. Condon Prof. H. E. Gregory Dean S. J. Coon Prof. F. Hamack Assoc. Prof. H. J. Melntyre Asst. Prof. A. L. Seeman Dr. O. E. Draper Prof. C. S. Dalian Dr. C. Miller Asst. Prof. D. H. Mackenzie Robert Maxwell HONORARY MEMBERS . . . N. L. Burton J. F. Forbes H. T. Lewis E. G. Shorrock John Sparling J. P. Robertson A. N. Lorig P. C. Davis K. E. Lieb S. I. Miller Arne Hansen Spurgeon Bell R. D. White MEMBERS . . . Palmer Evanson Frank Miller Harry Swanson Lavelle Cosper Maurice Gershon Wilbur Wood Robert Steiwer Marvin Wicklund Melvin Borgersen Jack Sickenga George Ruby Wayne Stortz William M. Anderson Joseph De Leon Borgersen, Preston, Throckmorton, Dakan Beta Gamma igma NATIONAL BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION scholastic honorary founded at the University of Wisconsin in 1913. Alpha of Washington chartered in 1918. Membership limited to Juniors, Seniors, Graduate students, and Faculty members, and is based on high scholarship, good moral character, and promise of business ability. OFFICERS . . . Melvin Borgersen, President Frances Throckmorton, Secretary Dr. Howard H. Preston, Vice President' Carl Dakan, Jr., Treasurer FACULTY MEMBERS . . . Dr. S. J. Coon Dr. H. A. Bnrd MEMBERS . Durwood Alkire Melvin Borgersen James Bryson PLEDGES . . Audrey Olson 155 Prof. G. I. Buttcrbaugh Dr. H. E. Smith Carl Dakan Maurice Gershon Blanche Lavictory Lorenz Armstrong Prof. W. E. Cox Dr. F. M. Earle David Lear Shirley Pape Esther Sampson Prof. H. E. Gregory Dr. H. H. Martin Laurence Sensmcicr Muriel Sheinman Harry Swanson Dr. V. A. Mund Prof. Carl Dakau Dr. H. H. Preston Frances Throckmorton Willis Wciscnhoru Council Evanson, Mallory, Anderson, Dakan ORGANIZED IN 1920 by students in Business Administration, the Council acquaints new students with college work and ideals and helps them become adjusted to conditions at Washington. The Mentor System of aiding freshmen is part of the Council's organization. OFFICERS . . . Palmer Evanson, President Violet Anderson, Secretary Maurine Mallory, Vice President' Carl Dakan, Treasurer FACULTY MEMBER . . . Prof. Carl Dakan MEMBERS . . . Violet Anderson Carl Dakan Helen Hayden William Ritchie William Test James Arneil Palmer Evanson Maurine Mallory J oe Rutkowski Melvin Borgersen Robert Gray James Nicholson Laurence Sensmeier Women ocational Club NOTE: The names of Elsie Cooper and Mary Kosher were inadvertently omitted from the 1935 Totem Club pledge list. Anderson, Hayden, Mallory, Hafer ORGANIZED IN 1927 by the women students in the College of Economics and Business Administration to promote professional and vocational yvork in the Helds of the college. OFFICERS . . . Violet Anderson, President Helen Murphy, Secretary Helen Hayden, Vice President Patricia Haier, Treasurer FACULTY MEMBER . . . Ada E. Draper MEMBERS . . . Agnes Anderson Violet Anderson Marguerite Bottker Margaret Corlett Elizabeth Dearle Margaret Engstrom Marjorie Fraser Isabelle Grant Addie Gray Patricia Hafer Helen Hayden Grace Jackson Constance Larson Kay Madden Maurine Mallory Harriet Mehlhorn Shirley Pape Helen Murphy Beatrice Samielson' Ethel Moore Dorothy Shoebrook Alice Monrad Frances Throckmorton Irene Nelson Irene Wilson 156 Dunford, Beeman, Chriswell, Twerdal of W Fore t Club FOUNDED AT THE University .of Washington in 1908, for the promotion of fellowship among the students, and to handle technlcal and general forestry problems. Faculty and students of the College of Forestry are eligible for membership. OFFICERS . . . - Jerry Dunford, President William Beeman, Vice President Harold Chriswell, Secretary-Treasurer Melvin Twerdal, Senior Representative on Executive Council Carl Hildrnan, Junior Representative on Executive Council SENIORS . . . Bill Beeman Don Colwell Mert Dawley W. E. Green Lawrence Berg Harold Chriswell Perry Donaldson Henry Harrison Roy Carlson Jerry Dunford Bob Fuller Bob Keller JUNIORS . Wallace Anderson Bill Demitrifi Carl Hildman Douglas Mavor Yeager Bush Jack Fay George Kushner Roger Meacham Ken Chaplin A1 Hildman Ed Loners Cecil McConkey SOPI-IOMORES . . . Glenn Antoine .lim Bethel Robert Craig Bob Davenport Vance Alherg Thrond Bugge Attilio B. Campana Don Hill Ross Boles Tom Bumett Ray Des Camp Clint Haring Fred Bekins John Bruckart William F. Dunlop F. Hutton Ross Bowles, Sophomore Representative on Executive Council Van Demick, Freshman Representative on Executive Council Lawrence Joris, Senior Representative on English Council Walter Schaelfer, Junior Representative on English Council Red Nelson Everett Stitz Robert Young Louis Prince Everett Shipek George Rarnstad Clarence Stone Peter Micolaevsky Don Proctor Corson Williams Hubert Wilson Knox Marshall .lim Proctor Ken Williams John Wick Chet Olson Walt Schaelier ,lack Wilson Gene Slocum Dan Soderlind George Stoss Fred Schuett Bob Wonn Lawrence Pattison Howard Plachy Ed Snelgrove Ralph Stryker Stan Morris Art Mottet Al Opdahl Willard Pratt Carl Koford lack Kerlee .l ess Miller Kermit Miller Huston, 0'Brien, M cGuire, Jamison Harborview tudent FOUNDED AT Harborview Hall in 1931, to promote self-government, social development, and good fellowship among student nurses at Harborview Hospital. SENIORS . . . Edna Barter Patricia Bush Violet Byers Jayne Carvin Beatrice Coggehsall JUNIORS . . . Maurice Erskine Irene Fraser Mary Hazard OFFICERS . . . Daisy 0'Brien, Vice President Marian McGuire, Secretary Mary Huston, President .lane Wildermuth, Treasurer Jean Conel Edna Green Leslie Hull Mary Mnrfwhek Dorothy Dyson Maxine Ewart Ruthelen Garvin Anna Green Thelma Heydt Helen Huff Cleda Harvey Helen Haworth Mary Haynes Mabel .lean Holland Dorothy Maris Dorothy Matthews Millicent Johnson Meriel McCall 157 Eldreith Matchett Mary Marvin Marian McGuire Annie McCoy Kathleen Newton Mildred Tarhox Mildred Trask Muriel Olsen Mary Ossinger Helen Porter Mary Louise Raybnck Naomi Wall Margaret Wiesc Corinne Willis Helen Riggs Sema Rose Thelma Rounds Elizabeth Schultz Miriam Shangle llnrri cle Mets Rhea Steuens Edith Walker Lillie Wardrum .lane Wildermulh Gwen Woodall Sigma Pi lota David, Westfall, Church, Simeon NATIONAL WOMEN,S CHEMISTRY professional, founded at the University of Washington in 19115 17 chapters. Organized to create interest in chemistry among women students. Women chemistry students with excellent scholarship in science are elected to membership. OFFICERS . . . , Caroline David, President Mary Simeon, Secretary Marjorie Westfall, Vice President Priscilla Church, Treasurer FACULTY MEMBERS . . . Assoc. Prof. Julia Goodsell Assoc. Prof. E. Sanderson Radford Asst. Prof. Martha Dresslar Prof. Grace Denny Prof. Jennie Rowntree Prof. Eflie Raitt Assoc. Prof. Rachel Hoffstadt HONORARY MEMBERS . . . - Madame Marie Curie Dr. Florence Sabin MEMBERS . . . Seraphima Alutin Jane Bums Priscilla Church Edna Forcey Anne McCutcheon Mary Simeon Marjorie Westfall Dorothy Brand Anne Cederquist Caroline David Alice Jones Helen Schneider Ruth West PLEDGES . . I Kathleen Popel Lucy Schacht Mary Elizabeth Sweeney June Beehe Ardella Crandall Lambda Rho Young, Kerns, Kennedy, Carskadden HONORARY ART FRATERNITY for women founded at the University of Washington in 1917, for the purpose of setting high standards in art and to further the appreciation of the fine arts. Members are chosen from art students of high scholastic standing. OFFICERS . . . Eleanor Kennedy, Secretary Rachel Young, President Josephine Carskadclen, Treasurer Eleanor Kerns, Vice President Mary Honnigfort, M zzrshall FACULTY MEMBERS . . . Asst. Prof. Edna Benson Assoc. Prof. Eugenie Worman Asst. Prof. Dudley Pratt Assoc. Prof. Helen Rhodes Assoc. Prof. Raymond Hill Asst. Prof. Maryhelen Byers Asst. Prof. Hope Foote Ruth Penington Prof. Walter Isaacs Assoc. Prof. Ambrose Patterson MEMBERS . . . Josephine Carskadden Mary I-Ionnigfort Eleanor Kerns I-Ielen Rivedal Jane Warrack Barbara Drake Margaret Hurd Muriel Menard Ruth Steenstrup Rachel Young Elsie Fitton Eleanor Kennedy Irene Riley Elizabeth Warhanik 1 5 8 F erch, Ross, Goodner, Adams u Phi Epsilon NATIONAL MUSIC honorary for women founded in 1903 at Metropolitan College of Music in Cincinnatig Tau Chapter chartered in 1915. Members chosen from the scholastic top quarter of junior or senior women majoring in music and qualifying as to musical performance. OFFICERS . . . Harriet E. M. Ferch, President Helen Ross, Vice President Josephine Goodner, Recording Secretary Billie McCleary, Corresponding Secretary Janet Adams, Treasurer Consuelo Houts, Historian gl Louise Oliver, Louise Van O e, Advisers FACULTY MEMBERS . . . Prof. Frances Dickey Asst. Prof. Edith Woodcock Eslie Hermans Iris Canfield Anderson Asst. Prof. Kathleen Munro Miriam Terry Assoc. Prof. Louise Van Ogle . Louise Oliver Asst. Prof. Florence Bergh Wilson Ruth Allen McCreery MEMBERS . . . Janet Adams Josephine Goodner Consuelo Houts Billie McCleary Florence Parr Marie Swap Florence Blades' Ruth Gray Ruth Krieger Edith McMullen Helen Ross Harriet Ferch Helen Haupt Betty Martin Florence Merriam Doris Taylor Hall, F airbank, Mead, Noll ewman Club NEWMAN CLUB was founded in 1910, in aliiliation with the Federation of College Catholic Clubsg organized to foster spiritual, intellectual, and social interests of the Catholic students of the University of Washington, and to weld them together into a common uniong to assist the University and its students wherever possibleg and to aid in the work of the church. - OFFICERS . . . Annette Hall, President George Mead, SCCTGNIVZV Jack Fairbank, Vice President Arthur Noll, TTBGSUTCV FACULTY MEMBERS . . . Prof. J. Grattan O'Bryan, Dr. Clarence R. Corey EXECUTIVE COUNCIL . . . Dorothy Murray, Membership Chairman Herbert Hemmen, Finance Chairman Mary Jo Connelly, Publicity Chairman Catherine Bartholet, Religious Chairman Bernadette Johnston, Discretionary Chairman 159 Catherine Fitzpatrick, Telephone Chairman Louise Corwin, Alumni Chairman Frances Pendergrast, Chairman of Socials Dorris Forbes, Mitchell Casparovitch, Members at Large Omieron Talmadge, Sorensen, Wells, Baldwin NATIONAL HOME ECONOMICS sorority founded at Michigan Agricultural College in 19215 twenty-one chaptersg Omicron Chapter chartered in 1922. Its purpose is to recognize and promote scholarship, leadership, and research in the field of Home Economics. OFFICERS . . . Ruth I. Talmadge, President Helen Kantner, Vice President Louise C. Thompson, Treasurer B. Lavinia Hemingway, Secretary Jean Baldwin, Editor FACULTY MEMBERS . . . Jessie Blackburn Prof. Grace G. Denny Asst. Prof. Blanche Payne Dr. Jennie I. Rowntree Asst. Prof. Jeannette Bliss Asst. Prof. Martha Dresslar Prof. Eiiie I. Raitt Margaret Terrell MEMBERS . . . . Jean Baldwin Emeline Congdon Helen Kantner Helen Scholl , Ruth Talmadge Margaret Wells Maxine Baxter Lavinia Hemingway Fan Kennan Marguerite Sorensen Louise Thompson Pan Xenia M arken, M etcalf, Torkelson, Sensmeier INTERNAUONAL FOREIGN TRADE fraternity, founded at the University of Washington in 1919g six chapters in the United States, one in the Philippine Islands, six in China. Members are chosen from upperclassmen of high scholastic standing who are primarily interested in foreign trade. OFFICERS . . . Donald Marken, President Gudmar Torkelson, Secretary-Treasltrer Merrick Metcalf, Vice President Laurence Sensmeier, Historian FACULTY MEMBERS . . . Dr. M. M. Skinner Dr. H. H. Cowen Elden Griiin Professor Raymond W. Farwell Dr. C. B. Atkinson Dr. S. J. Coon Professor W. E. Cox MEMBERS . . . Arthur Allen Paul Fellrnan Hans W. Helmle Donald Marken Merrick Metcalf Karl Bradlee Gregory Fields Samuel Hess Robert Martin Laurence Sensmeier Robert de Haas Jack Fowlds Donald Howard William McMahon Mark S. Seymour Otto Dieckmann Clarence W. Harrison Joseph Lutey Willis Merriam James Skinner Gudmar Torkelson Richard Ultican William Waara 160 Fairbanks, Noll, A. Hall, Mead Phi lpha Rho CATHOLIC HONORARY founded at the University of Washington in 1927 by ten outstanding Catholic students. It draws its members from the outsanding members of Newman Club. The 90 members of the organization are drawn from both the alumnus and campus groups. OFFICERS . . . Beatrice Donovan, President Vincent MacAdam, Vice President Margaret Miller, Recording Secretary Releen McHugh, Corresponding Secretary John Dolphin, Treasurer Georgette Berrest, Sergeant-at-Arms PLEDGES . . . Catherine Bartholet Virginia Brownell Jack Fairbanks John Hoban Douglas Murray George Paynton Katherine Berrard Dorris Forbes Mitchell Gasparovitch Herbert Hemmen George Mead Duncan, Hislop, Cook, Taylor Phi Delta Phi INTERNATIONAL LEGAL fraternity, founded at the University of Michigan in 1869g sixty-four active innsg Ballinger Inn chartered in 1907. Membership is based on high scholarship and character. OFFICERS . . . Wendell Duncan, Magistrate George Cook, Clerk Fred Hislop, Exchequer Richard Taylor, Historian FACULTY MEMBERS . . . Prof. Rudolph Nottleman Asst. Prof. John Richards Asst. Prof. John Ritchie lll Prof. J. Grattan O'Bryan MEMBERS . . . Robert Beach Chester Brinck George Cook Wendell Duncan John Gavin 161 Fred Hislop Jack Hullin Donald Hoisington Henry Jackson Clarence Lirhus Charles Lesh Thomas Meade Hugo Metzler Asst. Prof. Breck McAllister Asst. Prof. John Sholley William Millard James Mililin Richard Olson Ben Perham Jack Russell Frank Rosenquist Wayne Swegle John Thomas Howard Thompson Garl Watkins Parker Williams Richard Young lPhilnnnbda Up ilO1f1 Jolley, Friedman, Williams, Silver NATIONAL HONORARY founded at the University of Illinois in 1899 for the promotion of high scholar- ship and original investigation in all branches of pure and applied chemistry. Epsilon Chapter of University of Washington chartered in 1910. Membership is limited to men whose major is chemistry. OFFICERS . . . Irving Jolley, President Robert Silver, Treasurer Cecil Friedman, Vice President Clarence Ettinger, Alumni Secretary John Williams, Secretary FACULTY MEMBERS . . . Dr. H. K. Benson Dr. G. M. Smith Dr. T. G. Thompson Prof. W. L. Beuschlein Dr. R. J. Robinson Dr. K. A. Kobe Dr. W. M. Dehn Dr. H. V. Tartar Dr. John Weinzirl Dr. S. G. Powell Dr. V. Sivertz MEMBERS . . . Maynard Baldwin Cecil Friedman Harold Houlton Iver Igelsrud John Newstrom Archie Peuick Cliiord Barnes Thomas Duvmani Carl Hedreen Irving Jolley Paul Matson Harold Sehimke John Christ Robert Graham Arthur Hooton Ralph McNabney Arthur Ness Robert Silver Clarence Ettinger George Hemmen Clayton Huey Wells Moulton Irwin Pearl John Williams Phi ll lpha Kestle, Schuyten, Brown, Myers MEN,S NATIONAL PROFESSIONAL musical fraternity founded at New England Conservatory of Music in 18983 Sigma Chapter chartered in 1921. Its aim is to maintain American musical ideals and to encourage students of music to further achievements. OFFICERS . . . Victor Kestle, President Philip Kendrick, Warden John Schuyten. Vice President Ralph Gansko, Historian Gordon F. Brown, Treasurer Charles Myers, Supreme Councilman Charles Myers, Secretary FACULTY MEMBERS . . . Assoc. Prof. Harold Heeremans Assoc. Prof. Charles W. Lawrence Prof. Moritz Rosen Walter Welke Prof. Carl Paige Wood George Kirchner Assoc. Prof. George McKay Dean Willis L. Uhl Asst. Prof. Walter B. Whittlesey MEMBERS . . . Edwin Beamer Paul Ellis Philip Kendrick Charles Myers William Sullivan Roy Wren Ronald Taylor Gordon F. Brown Arthur Erickson Victor Kastle. Lewis Owens Clarence Thue William Wright Donald Casey Roger Hansen Vernon Jackson John Schuyten William Usdane Robert Young George Doumani Haven Hensler Edward McDowell Stanley Spiegelman Robert White Stanley Weiss noNoaAaY MEMBER... David Scheetz Craig' 1 6 2 Riggs, W inn, Brotherton, Stewart I Phi 11 Gamma NATIONAL WoMEN's ALLIED Anrs honorary, founded at Everson College of Oratory, Boston, in 1895. Women of high scholarship, ability and character are elected to membership. OFFICERS . . . Janet Riggs, President Kay Stewart, Treasurer Jane Brotherton, Vice President Jane Sears, Historian Laurien Winn, Secretary FACULTY MEMBER . . . Prof. Glenn R. Hughes ASSOCIATE MEMBER . . . Deborah Maxwell HONORARY MEMBERS . . . Nellie Cornish, Ellen Von Volkenburg Brown MEMBERS . . . Virginia Aetzel Valerie Ellis Marge Manion Mary .lane Mueller .lane Sears Laurien Winn Jane Brotherton Harriet Hancox Betty Martin Maxine Posee Annis Sandvos Eileen Detchon Kay Hutchins Kay Mounter .Ianet Riggs Kay Stewart Kingsbury, Drummond, Davis, Corwin Physical Education Club WOMEN'S PROFESSIONAL PHYSICAL EDUCATION club organized at the University of Washington in 1910. All women majoring or minoring in physical education are eligible for membership. OFFICERS . . . Grace Kingsbury, President Louise Corwin, Treasurer Eugenia Davis, Vice-President Vivian Drummond, H istarian Margaret Garrison, Secretary FACULTY MEMBER . . . Harriet Glover FRESHMEN . . . Dorothy Bell Barbara Clement Francine Haines Mary .lane Blaser Patricia Hagman Thayer Hills SOPHOMORES . . . Margery Balhiser Louise Corwin Vivian Haugen Isabel Boone Doris Delzer Louise Ingalls .IUNIORS . . . .lane Barraugh Eloise Bernhoft Margaret Garrison Belle Berch Isabella Braidwood Mary Louise Graham SENIORS . . . Eugenia Davis Vivian Drummond Marjorie Hess PLEDGES . . . Eva Aronuon Belll Bosshard Ana Johnson Phyllis Baskerville Barbara Hixon Louise Roberts 163 Theo Hills Ivy Lemoa Irene Prolf Edna Saer Helen Nelson Gertrude Ogden Vivian Hickman Dorothy Richardson Dorothy Shipton Henrietta Sparks Ariel Stout Helen Palmquist Florence Rattray Grace Kingsbury Florence Getzendaner Natalie Olmsted Jeanne Munro Ruth Wahlb org Margaret Wilson Olive Robertson Helen Thompson Frances Rollrback Margaret Lamlman Betty Strlckler P1 Lambda Theta Gillam, Refling, Iles, T hrockmorton 'AN ORGANIZATION whose purpose is to foster professional spirit and the highest standard of scholar- ship and training among women in educationg founded May 30, 1916, at the University of Washingtong high scholastic attainment and personality are requirements for membership. OFFICERS . . . Nelle Merrick, President Frances Throckmorton, Treasurer Borghild Reiiing, Vice President Katherine E. Gillam, Keeper of Records ,lane Iles, Secretary FACULTY MEMBERS . . . Kathleen Munro, Asst. Professor, Music Lois J. Wentworth, Asst. to Dean Graduate School Mary I. Bash, Assoc. Dean of Women, Mary E. Bixby, Teaching Asst., Speech MEMBERS . . . Mary Corley Hallien Hickman ,lane Iles Nelle Merrick Marion Peterson Emma Bell Stadden Minnie Elmer Vivian Hickman Grace Kingsbury Josephine Milkey Borghild Refling Ruth Steenstrup Marie Fritz Julia Hilzinger Blanche LaVictory Ethel Miller Patricia Skinner Frances Throckmorton Katherine Gillam Consuclo Houts Louise Mahone Edna Muench Elizabeth Spencer Mary Worcester P1 bu hi McDonald, Cole, Bitar, Ballard PREMEDICAL UPPERCLASSMEN,S scholastic honoraryg founded at the University of Washinglon in 1918. Upperclassmen with high scholastic standing in premedics are eligible for membership. OFFICERS . . . .loe I. McDonald, President Harold C. Cole, Secretary and Treasurer FACULTY MEMBERS . . . Dr. J. E. Guberlet MEMBERS . . . Donald V. Anderson Warren R. Austin Edgar Ballard Louis Bassett Emmanuel Bitar Assoc. Prof. R. C. Miller Dr. E. R. Norris Dr. J. L. Worcester Dr. E. V. Smith Carl A. Brakel Kenneth Brilhart Desmond Canavan Nick Capos George Clark Harold Cole Dean K. Crystal George Curry Lewis Dahl Milton Durham Ernest Gardner Donald Gray J ack Hardy Charles Kemp Carl M. McCandless .I oe McDonald Gordon Parrott Harry Pass Reuel Ramquist Thor ReHing J. Nutan Spencer Fred Steiner John E. Stewart Clyde Wagner Howard Westover 1641 Engineerin Council Watt, Hill, Pugsley, Joris ORGANIZED BY engineering upperclassmen for the purpose of introducing new students to the work and ideals of the engineering department. The council is composed of representatives of all the engineering departments of the University. OFFICERS . . . Robert Watt, President John Edgar, Secretary John Hill, Vice President Larry Joris, Treasurer FACULTY MEMBERS . . . Dean Richard Tyler Prof. E. R. Wilcox Prof. B. T. McMinn MEMBERS . . . ' Mechanical Engineering, Robert Watt, Sholte Solmon Commercial Engineering, Richard Melton, Howard Ellis Civil Engineering, Edmund Pugsley, Robert Sylvester Chemical Engineering, Jack Layman, Olle Hedbring Electrical Engineering, John Hill Sophomore Representative, Ernest Geulte Mines Engineering, John Edgar, Max Krom Freshman Representative, Ray Royal F orestry, Larry Joris, Walter Schaeifer Phi Alpha Delta Dahlberg, Barclay, Ranquest, Campbell NATIONAL LEGAL FRATERNITY founded at the University of Chicago Law School in 18975 nity-two chaptersg Ralph O. Dunbar Chapter founded in 1914. Members are chosen from law students who have uniformly good grades in pre-law work, have maintained a high scholastic standing' in the law school and who have expressed their intention of practicing law as a profession. OFFICERS . . . Carl A. Dahlburg, Justice Bill Ranquest, Treasurer Condon Barclay, Clerk Fred Campbell, Marshal FACULTY MEMBERS . . . Dean Harold H. Shepherd Prof. Leslie J. Ayer Prof. Frank Mecheln MEMBERS . . . Fred Campbell Carl Dahlberg George Drake Ben McDonald Frank Reno Richard Thatcher Condon Barclay Howard Dent Charles Hamley John O'Conner Bill Ranquest Les Voris 165 Purple Shield Phillips, Martin, Pratt, Dean .f'1'. 5 Hifi I 1 I1 I UNDERCLASSMEN,S SCHOLASTIC and activity honorary, founded at the University of Washington in 1925. An underclassman who has fifteen or more hours credit with a 3 point average or better and who regularly participates in organized A. S. U. W. activities, shall be eligible for membership. OFFICERS . . . John Phillips, President Bob Pratt, Secretary Fowler Martin, Vice President Edward N. Dean, Treasurer MEMBERS . . . Carl Adatto Den Cox Henry Fuxon A. E. J askar Laverne Parks Charles Spengler Kenneth Barkey Don Dayton Dan Gellermann Frank J. Landon Marvin Paulson George Spirk Bob Cahen Edward De Felice George Hansen Lewis Litvin Kenneth Pell Louis Wagner John Cheney Frank Doleshy Ken Hanson Philip Magnusson Robert Rieke Alan Watton Carl Cooper Harold Dorham Carl Jacobsen Richard Million Earl Schenk FACULTY MEMBERS . . . Dean James E. Gould, Charles R. Strother piked hoe Club M etcalf, Plumb, Killian, Edmundson TRACKMEN,S HONORARY founded at the University of Washington in 1926. The purpose of the organization is to further interest in track and Held sports. Members of the Track Squad are eligible to membership. OFFICERS . . . A Mick Metcalf, President Ken Killien, S ecretary-Treasurer Frank Plumb, Vice President Hee Edmundson, Coach FACULTY MEMBERS . . . Jack Torney, Charles Frankland HONORARY MEMBERS . . . Click Clark Hee Edmundson Dr. D. C. Hall Don Vanderveer George Varnell Charles May MEMBERS . . . Gene Frost Don Hoisington Frank Plumb Bob Gordon Howard Ellis John King Neg England Wendell Hoesly Harry Pruzan Ariel Edmiston John Rupp Bill Millard Fred Galer Tony McMahon Frank Rosenquist Carl Dakan Ted Bell Len Nordell John Gavin Tom Macartney Gordon Zwiebell Ken Killien Don Frame Walt Lunsford Truman Hinkle Mick Metcalf Jim Telf er Bill Farrens Carl Hossman 166 U Rho Chi Weidert, Kopet, Duff, Ahlquist NATIONAL PHARMACY HONORARY founded at the University of Michigan in 1922g local chapter founded in 1931. The purpose of the organization is to promote the advancement of pharmaceutical sciences and scholarly fellowship in pharmacy by bringing the undergraduate and graduate students and faculty members together in fraternal and helpful comradeship. Completion of 113 credit hours of scholastic work with a grade average of 3 is required for membership. .. OFFICERS . . . l Clarice Weidert, President Raymond Ahlquist, Treasurer Jerry Kopet, Vice President Lyle Wellman, Alumni Secretary Dorothea Duff, Secretary FACULTY MEMBERS . . . Dr. Russell A. Cain Dr. Forest J. Goodrich Dr. Henry A. Langenhan Prof. Claire Evans Dr. Paul S. Jorgensen Dean C. W. Johnson HONORARY MEMBERS . . . Dr. Charles W. Johnson, Dr. Henry A. Langenhan MEMBERS . . . Bernardo Acena Dorothea Duff Estella Koozin Sarah Pullar Eddie Shimomura Raymond,Ahlquist Louis Fischer Jerry Kopet Minnie Ota Malcolm Trupp Russell A. Cain Tom Iriye Sam Lawson Charles Schwartz Jr. Lyle Wellman Claire Evans Fred Johnson William Maske Patsy Sullivan Clarice Wexdert Sigma Delta Chi Wilmot, Connor, Scott, Hubbart - MEN,S NATIONAL JOURNALISM professional, founded at DePauw University in 1907 g Washington Chapter chartered in 1909. Men with high scholastic standing in journalism who intend to enter the profession are eligible for membership. OFFICERS . . . Bill Wilmot, President Hugh Scott, Secretary Joe Connor, Vice President J. Coburn Hubbart ll, Treasurer FACULTY MEMBERS . . . Byron H. Christian Fred W. Kennedy Robert Mansfield Prof. Edmond S. Meany Prof. Robert W. Jones Merritt E. Benson Prof. Vernon McKenzie ASSOCIATE MEMBERS . . . William P. O,Connell, Ray Scott MEMBERS . . . Don Anderson Wendell Broyles John Edinger Ed Hillyer Ken J ones Arnold Marks George Sundborg Jack Beardwood Joe Connor Bill Graham Jud Hubbart Roy Larson Bob Peile Martin Trepp Dick Breon Fred d'Avila Bruce Helberg Jack Jarvis Jim Long Hugh Scott Bill Wilmot 167 lu Sigma Ep ilon Brand, Jamison, Sawyer, McEwan WOMEN'S Houoaaar ALLIED Mnnrcar. fraternity founded at the University of Washington in 1919. Members are chosen from bacteriology, premedics and nursing majors with sixty hours "B" average. OFFICERS . . . Dorothy Brand, President Gwyneth Sawyer, Secretary Laura Jamison, Vice President Margaret McEwan, Treasurer FACULTY MEMBERS . . . Asst. Prof. Henrietta Adams Joy Hirshman Virginia Oleott Katherine Thompson Helen Werby Assoc. Prof. Julia Goodsell Dr. Rachel Hofistadt Prof. Elizabeth Soule Aileen Tuttle HONORARY MEMBERS . . . Mis. John Guberlet Mrs. B. S. Henry Mrs. E. Victor Smith Mrs. J. L. Worcester Miss Evelyn Hall Mrs. W. M. Karshner Mrs. M. Lyle Spencer Mrs. 1. L. Weinzirl MEMBERS . . . Edna Aistcd Dorothy Brand Betty Evans Anna Green Nellie Ruth Johnson Ann Ott Edith Laubscher Virginia Lawerence Mrs. Alfred Menard Janet McArthur Margaret McEwan Kathryn Noble Mary Ossinger Betty Osterman Mrs. C. W. Allison Ann Brix Harriet Exline Mrs. B. Harwood Mrs. R. E. Allen Jane Burns Margaret Felton Mary Haynes Belva Bull Katherine Chatterton Gertrude Fleming Sally Heitman Ena Barter Priscilla Church Hattie Fitzgerald Mabel Jean Holland Mrs. J. A. Borry Genevieve Chatterton Mrs. M. Garhart Ellen Hunter Miriam Bigelow Kathryn Dark Virginia Glass Mary Huston Eloise Boyer Esther Duehow Mrs. A. H. Gunderson Laura Jamison Ruth Boyle Marian Elder Edna Green Milliccnt Johnson PLEDGES . . . Doris M. Elmon Elsie Johnson Bernice Martyn Marjorie Noble Helen Knott Sigma p ilon i ma Kathryn Parrish Lois Pritchard Helen Ritchie Ruth Roark Mrs. Ted Roscoe Gwyneth Sawyer Ruth M. Scott Eleanor Seudder Frances Standard Mrs. T. G. Thompson Mrs. R. Wray Gweniveve Weodall Hilen, Borhek, Wernecke, Siegel NATIONAL scnonaasulr HoNoaAnY for underclasswoxnen, founded at the University of Wisconsin in 19273 Eta Chapter chartered in 1933. OFFICERS . . . Mary Jane Hilen, President Claire Wernecke, Secretary Barbara Borhek, Vice President Ruth Siegel, Treasurer FACULTY MEMBERS . . . Prof. Harvey B. Densmore Dr. William R. Wilson Miss Mary 1. Bash MEMBERS . . . Bello Branch Rosalie Grispau Catherine Macdonald Marigale Osborne Helen Poplach Sonna Seaman Jean Vermilya Marian Bingham Priscilla Hitchman Marjory Myers Ruby Osterman Leona Priebe Baba Jeanne Scars Willa Lou Woods Caroline Gearhart Louise Kellenberger Lee Nicholson Lucy Lawrence Bessie Rehkopf Esther Slater Audree Graneberg PLEDGES . . . Madera Adelaide Babb Eloise Calhoun Mary Gates Halen Hitchcock Helen Knott Barbara Nowlin Ruth Siegel Kathryn Eleanor Benson Esther Chadwick Virgina Haggerty Ruth Johnson Ina Nicholson Romona Rockway Esther Walters Barbara Borhek Minnie DcShazo Mary Jane Hilen Barbara Jones Marjorie Noble Ruth Schneider Claire Wernecke Gwendolyn Williams 1 6 8 Theta Sigma Phi H edin, Coffman, Phelps, Warner WOMEN,S NATIONAL JOURNALISM professional, founded at the University of Washington in 1909. Upperclasswomen who are majoring in journalism and who have a 3 point average, whose work in journalism is outstanding and who have published something they have written, are eligible for membership. OFFICERS . . . Sigrid Hedin, President Miriam Warner, Treasurer Caroline Coffman, Vice President Betty Hartnett, Keeper of the Archives Frankie Phelps, Secretary Prof. Vernon McKenzie, Faculty Adviser ASSOCIATE MEMBERS . . . Mrs. Robert S. Mansfield, Mrs. Burton W. James MEMBERS . . . Caroline Coiman Shirley Clark Sigrid Hedin Mary Kosher Frankie Phelps Miriam Warner Mary Coyle Betty Hartnett Ruth Gjesdahl Lee Nicholson Anne Seidelhuber Town Girls Thomas, Banniclc, Lamping, Hartson U A LUNCHEON ORGANIZATION founded at the University in 19295 whose purpose is the promotion of fellowship and unity among the town girls attending the University. OFFICERS . . . J une Thomas, President Mary Bannick, Vice President Mary Frances Hartson, Secretary Gertrude Lamping, Treasurer EXECUTIVE COUNCIL . . . Promotion, Janet Riggs Entertainment, Mary Jane Hilen Phoning, Gloria Colcock Tickets, Bernice Nolting Permanent Team Captains, Betty Page, Barbara Strohdolf, Margaret Seamens, Celeste Fulton FRESHMEN REPRESENTATIVES . . . Ruth Dainton Doris Hemrick Marjorie Johnson Eleanor Raymond Mary Laird Small F rancee Welty Jane Gillam Janice Heminway Mary Millington Margaret Stiles Bonnie Smith Charlotte Wright Martha Harrison Patricia Hergert Mary Jo O'Brien Lila Mae Soeneke Pauline Tarlow Frances Harrison Edna Humphrey Bronwen Pratt 'Maxine Slate Aloise Temple 169 Xi igma Pi Chriswell, Fuller, Dunford, Tiverdal lNAl1'l0NAL ronesrnr Honormnr fraternity, founded at the University of Washington in 19085 ten chapters. Members are chosen from upperclassmen in forestry on the basis of scholarship and ability in forestry. ' OFFICERS . . . Harold C. Chriswell, Forester Thomas F. Swolford, Fiscal Agent Robert Fuller, Associate Forester Melvin Tiverdal, Ranger FACULTY MEMBERS . . . g , Dean Hugo Winkenwerder Prof. Dwight S. Jeffers Elwood S. Harrar Prof. Bror L. Grondal Assoc. Prof. J. Kenneth Pearce HONORARY MEMBERS . . . Col. William B. Greely, W. G. Weigle MEMBERS . . . . p Alan J. Bailey Donald E. Colwell Robert L. Fuller Marion M. Nelson Melvin Twerdal Harold C. Chriswell Earl G. Dunford Robert Keller Thomas F. Swofford Zeta Phi Eta Bollen., Cooper, Manington., Ryan, NATIONAL DRAMATIC fraternity for women, founded at Cumnock School of Oratory, Northwestern University, in 1893g 14 chaptersg Mu Chapter chartered in 1930. Its purpose is to further interest in the speech arts and to promote dramatic advancement among its members. Women with the requisite personality and clmracl,er, and high scholastic standing in the department of drama, are elected to membership. OFFICERS . . . Mary Bollen, President Elsie Cooper, Vice President Frances Ryan, Treasurer' Helen Bennett, Secretary Doris Manington, Correspon.rlin.g Secrclnry HONORARY MEMBER. . . Babene rnighes ASSOCIATE MEMBERS... Elvena Miller Alethea Smith Sophie Weinstein MEMBERS . . . P . Helen Bennett Elsie Cooper ' Vivian Jordan Virginia Mahaifay Frances Ryan Margaret Walthew Mary Bixby Bonnie May Heath Elizabeth Loeiiler' Doris Manington Lois Schroeder Mary Bollen Grace Ann Higman May Loughlin Margaret Morgan Gretchen Vandivert l. '70 CAMERA GLANCES AT CAMPUS LIFE gf,'lfEi'Qw,,wx wnwli-fo 171 , J az1,cA.7lUfWf wkinldwwwfffwiw DIXIE STANLEY-because she has been a bulwark in AWS concert work, having completed a job as general concert co-chairmang because as presi- dent of her house, she was active in standards and Panhellenic affairs. Delta Zeta. RUTH NIEDING-because she successfully weath- ered the tangles and rows of a year as Panhellenic presidentg because she is a member of Mortar Board and, after being handed the dirty job of Tolo chairman, took up the work enthusiastically and did it well. Kappa Alpha Theta. 172 VI 3 -7 f Panhellenic PANHELLENIC is a branch of a national group of the same name com- posed of delegates from Washingtonis recognized sororities.This group is responsible for the regulation of rushing, and deals with such matters as aiiect the social sororities. OFFICERS . . . Aileen Willis, President Jane Embury, Secretary Esther Young, Treasurer DELEGATES . . . Alpha Chi Omega, Jean Belcher Alpha Delta Pi, Jean McNaughton Alpha Delta Theta, Doris Manington Alpha Epsilon Phi, Pearl Tipp Alpha Gamma Delta, Betty Benson Alpha Omicron Pi, Louise Lutey Alpha Phi, Bettina Roberts Alpha X i Delta, Anne Kahlke Beta Phi Alpha, Dorothy Hayes Beta Sigma Omicron, Hazel Thompson Chi Omega, Charlotte Reed Delta Delta Delta, Jeanne Champreux Delta Gamma, Dorothy Griiien Delta Zeta, Winnifred Seifert Gamma Phi Beta, Beatrice Mclntosh Kappa Alpha Theta, Sue Moseley Kappa Delta, Gladys Lawlor Kappa Kappa Gamma, Barbara Jacobson Phi M u, Joyce Gorman Pi Beta Phi, Helen Pierce Sigma Kappa, Odney Floe Theta U psilon, Vivian Miller Zeta Tau Alpha, Eleanor Stone Phrateres, Lois Delano Ill Belcher, Benson, Champreux, Delano, Embury, F loe, Gorman, Grifen, Hayes l2l Jacobson, Kahlke, Lawlor, Lultey, M cl ntoshg McNaaghton, Mannington, Miller, Moseley l3l Pierce, Reed, Roberts, Seifert, Stone, Tipp, Thompson, Willis, Young 174 " NED Alpha Chi Ome a lllf Ol: Q t nl It X 1- dj r i.r-1-'K fv!2x0. ll - , SENIORS . . . Margaret Anderson . Jean Belcher . Eleanore Burkhart Elma Custer . Virginia Dean . Rebecca Du Bois . Janet Grant Mary Ann Hannan . Margaret Hoge . Florence Marriott Edna Nell Parvin . Carol Simpson .lean Wagner . Marjorie Warren J UN IORS . . . Agnes Boyd . Muriel Bennett . Ruby Coates Millicent Doncaster . Elaine Fulton . Constance Harrington .lean Johnson . Adeline Meresse . Dorothy Mills . Margaret Ovenden SOPHOMORES . . . Dorothy Buchanan . Alberta Colcock . .lane Ebright K Dorothy Sutherland 'W Celeste Fulton . Leah Hayward . Isabel Hoge . Virginia Hoskins Hazel Lovejoy . Barbara McCall . Mira Moll . Nancy Podas Caroline Vaile PLEDGES . . . .lean Ahrens . Bobbie Arneil . Billie Barnes If IT Hillary Beard . Elsie Chilrnan . Virginia Cline . Marcella Cole rr Bette Balsiger . Virginia Kneisley . Eleanor Mankey Jerald Anne Newcomer . Barbara Taylor . Marguerite Quitslound Claire Sears . Geraldine Schorr . Elizabeth Ellingwood . Jane McGee W3 Jean Evans . Peggy Smith . Bernice Harris . Betty Robinson . Adele Hull X n Y I 4' ' - Mildred Wise . Doris Hemrich . Virginia Wester . Margaret Parker - Betty Wood . Doris Mcllroy . Dorothy Hill . Mary .lane Stevens .1616 East Fiftieth Street Founded in 1885 at Depauw University 57 Chapters, Rho Chartered in 1910 ill Ahrens, Balsiger, Barnes, Beard, Belcher, Bennett, Boyd, Buchanan, Burkhart, Chilman, Colcock, Cole, Cline l2l Custer, Doncaster, Dean, Du Bois, Ebright, Ellingwood, Evans, C. Fulton, E. Fulton, Grant, Hannan, Harrington, Harris l3l Hayward, H emrich, Hill, I. Hoge, M. Hoge, Hoskins, Hull, Johnson, Kneisley, Lovejoy, Mankey, Marriott, M eresse l4'l Mills, M oll, McCall, M cGee, M cllroy, Newcomer, Ovenden, Podas, Parker, Parvin, Quitslund, Robinson lf5l Sears, Schorr, Simpson, Smith, Stevens, Sutherland, Taylor, Vaile, Warren, Wester, Wood 175 Alpha Delta Pi 'Ki , J ' . ' fflfln 1' , FACULTY MEMBERS . . . Edna Benson . Maryhelen Byers ' J "4AYl?0f' ' .' 'N' X Bergete Maydahl . Leone Rulifson GRADUATES . . . Jean McNaughton . Deva Parrott SENIORS . . . Jean Baldwin . Edith Farmer . Ruth Gjesdahl Sigrid Hedin . Marjorie Hess . Nana Jennings . Peggy McEwen Helen McTaggart . Thelma Rounds . Agnes Strand X JUNIORS . . . Claire Atwood . Margaret Cardiif . Dorothy Craig Peggy Hallock . Dorothy Lundgren . Mary McEwen . Kathryn Price Y f 7 J ' Kathryn Stover . Mary Wallace . LaVon Watkins f ' l D ll l B 5 -M N i SOPHOMORES . . . Ruth Chamberlain . Marion Foster all ' 5 -ig ' K' S 5 Q Virginia Hanna . Mary Johnstone . Eileen O'Connor . Louise Stevenson - - I . 3 , 1 . f " ' ' ll Peggy Stiley . Evelyn Thostesen . J eanice Ward . Margaret Wilson I I E - A , sl l C 2 l x' , - E I ll . F . T l ' PLEDGES . . . Janis Baggott . Margaret Bertrand . Jackie Blackman l x 'I . . . . . . . s 1 1 , Elsie Buckman . Virginia Cedergreen . Pat Christensen . Lydxa Dikeman L if U rl! ' 'X . . .. X -I . If , ,-S! t Q . Francine Haines . Tillie Ann Hallock . Edna Humphrey --' Betty Mae Iler . Gertrude Kubley . Nancy Peregrine . Doris Quist -. - Y f -L . Harriet Rasmussen . Sylvia Rasmussen . Ingrid Rolin 4547 Eighteenth Avenue Dorothy Steele-Shaw . Betty Strehlau . Janet Weston . Irene Wilson Founded in 1851 at Wesleyan Female College 57 Chapters, Alpha Theta Chartered in 1917 lll Atwood, Baggott, Baldwin, Bertrand, Buckman, Cardif, Cedergreen, Chamberlain., Christensen, Craig, Dikeman, F armcr l2l Gjesdahl, P. Hallock, T. Hallock, Hanna, Haines, H edin, Hess, Humphrey, Iler, Jennings, Johnstone, Kubley E31 Lundgren, Mary McEwen, P. M cEwen, M cNaughton, McTaggart, 0'Connor, Parrott, Peregrine, Price, Quist, Rasmussen, Rolin lf4l Rounds, Steele-Shaw, Stiley, Stover, Strand, Strehlau, Wallace, Ward, Weston, Wilson, Whitaker 176 Alpha Epsilon Phi SENIORS . . . Muriel Sheinman . Mollie Sussman JUNIORS . . . June Lachman . Pearl Tipp SOPHOMORES . . . Maxine Bennigson . Helen Brinig Maxine Fleishman . Claire Hochfeld . Desda Weinstein PLEDGES . . . .lane Bernstein . Janet Fasten . Doris Feist Lucille Feist . Rita Steinberg . Pauline Tarlow . Maxine Weislield ,- l?, f K, -ln-V, :- K N -.1 ....... ..... ,,, JA .. . ........ .A-.--11...,. - - - - -.M .,..,,:...u-,war-W -- ,,.,.Q.v-A-,aauuui --Q.-.. 41709 Sixteenth Avenue Northeast Founded in 1909 at Barnard College 28 Chapters, Alpha Delta Chartered in 1932 ill Bennigson, Bernstein, Brinig, Doctor, Fasten, D. Feist, L. Feist, F leishman, Hochfelrl l2l Lachman, Morris, Sheinman, Steinberg, Sussman, Tarlow, Tipp, Weinstein, lkisfeld 177 157 4 ' x lpha Gamma Delta SENIORS . . . Betty Baxley . Betty Benson . Frances Davles Margaret Manion . Dorothy Moody . Carol Penney . Sarxlda Rxdenour Kathleen Sendner J UNIORS . . . Kathryn Bangs . Betty Bendix . Frances Boyer Peggy Burd . Beatrice DeDonato . Billie Green . Grace Knowles Izabel Kunz . Dorothy Lasher W Gertrude Marshall . Mary Katherine Rohrer . Marguerite Rossler - Betty Schoettler . Elizabeth Tegtmeier . Peggy Trust Aileen Wlllis I V I ' X E I-1 PLEDGES . . . Dorothy Bayless . Gertrude Ey . Margaret Kohervlg ' Q XX - I Carol Larson . Martha Lively . Merle McCann . Ruth McDonald li I ' " Tlx r' I' E ' I I .I E E 'H Bernadette McMahon . Barbara More . Peggy Ann Qleson , 1 A ' 4 . .. '... Louise Othick . Josephine Patee . LoRayne Polzin . Alice Rarchle - ll - - ' I ' l I 3 2 , . M! 'np ,bn 'ti I V, Margaret Rathvon . Alma Beddekopp . Bonita Smith I fl: " . . J . Q. 5 1 1 A Elizabeth Smith . Marguerite Sorensen . Theola Templeton ,. .,, , , . - 4. ' . I i A 5 Florence Wright . Mary Louise Wright V ' 4' YY -,.,,i"""' 4515 Twenty-first Avenue Northeast Founded in 1904 at Syracuse University 4-6 Chapters, Iota Chartered in 1909 lll Bangs, Bannick, Baxley, Bayless, Benson, Boyer, Burd, DeDonato, England, Ey, Gates, Green l2l Grifiths, Hannan, Harris, Kelly, Knowles, Kunz, Larson, Lasher, Lively, Manion, Mark, Marshall l3l McCann, McDonald, McMahon, Moody, More, Oleson, Othick, Penney, Polzin, Raichle, Reddehopp, Ridenour lflfl Rohrer, Rossier, Schaettler, Sendner, B. Smith, E. Smith, Sorensen, Tegtmeier, Trust, Willis, F. W right, M. Wright. 178 SOPHOMORES . . . Mary Bannick . Mary Gates . Helen Grilliths Eleanor Hannan . Kristin Harris . Catherine Kelly . Geraldine Mark O Q X lpha Omloron P1 GRADUATES . . . Margaret Benedict. Caroline David . Kathryn Farr Frances Maxson . Alice McLean '. Gladys Phillips . Inez Swartzlander SENIORS . . . Jean Bainbridge . Ernestine Bilan . Dorothy Jewell Ethel Reid . Margaret Rourke . Mildred Charles :DDQ aw .3745 D eff JUNIORS . . . Marie Anderson . Doris Berry . Lorene Fairborn Frances F aurot . Beatrice Heitmann . Louise Lutey . Dian Manzer Violet Nolan . Izette Poindexter . Celia Grace Scofield A K SOPHOMORES . Helen Abramson . Susan Koke . Nancy Mason Elizabeth Poindexter . Mary Belle Wickersham PLEDGES . . . Dorothy Adams . Dorothy Dawson . Helen Hood Dorothy Jolly . Iola Nicola . Lillian Northfield . Maxine Slate Dorothy Smith . Nellie Thomas X x 2 W X FX Deva gd.-: I 1906 East F arty-fifth Street Founded in 1897 at Barnard College 413 Chapters, Upsilon'Chartered in 1915 111 Adams, Anderson, Bainbridge, Benedict, Berry, Bilan, Charles, Dawson, Fairborn 121 H eitmann, Jewell, Jolly, Koke, Lutey, M anzer, Nicola, E. Poindexter, I . Poindexter 131 Reid, Scofield, Slate, Smith, Swartzlander, Thomas, Wickersham 179 Alpha Phi K ' 1 S' SENIORS . . . Louise Armstrong . Dorothy Belt . Doris Donahey ff Julia Anne Foster . Shirley Mae Frazer . Bettina Roberts ' Georgina Rowland . Marianne Schuchart . Elizabeth Terrell Rachel Young JUNIORS . . . Mary Case . Margaret Cline . Marjorie Eaton Priscilla Hitclxman . Alice Elizabeth La Plant . Jane Lowther 5 Marjorie Manthe . .lean McWilliams . Bernice N olting L Florence Stinnett X 3 Q SOPHOMORES . . . Persis Buell . Mary Elizabeth Clemen Dorothy Eicher . Vivienne Knudson . Helen Jenkins . Ruth Johnson Emma Maury . Betty Steiner . Bemice Stokes . Ruth Van Arsdale mar' PLEDGES . . . Jeannette Brown . Jean Dobb . Helen Donaldson in Caroline Erskine . Dorthyan Ethington . .lane Fulton . J une Gilbert v- Katherine Haynes . Katherine Kellogg . Virginia Kesling Louise Land . Virginia Lowther . Helen McHugh . Alice Reed gk - ------ ' Margery Robinson . Virginia Robinson . Adele Schunke S --T. Marya Louise Sickenga . Mary Jane Spinner . Erna Stone 1900 East F0rty,5e,,e,,,th Sh-get Mary Jane Taft . Verna Thomas . Evelyn Thurston Founded in 1872 at Syracuse University Valerie von Planta . Joanne Wood . Charlotte .Wright 35 Chapters, Sigma Chartered in 1914 lll Armstrong, Belt, Brown, Buell, Case, Clemen, Cline, Dobb, Donahey, Donaldson, Eaton, D. Eicher, H. Eicher, Erskine l2l Foster, Frazer, Fulton, Gilbert, Haynes, Hitchman, Jenkins, Johnson, Knudson, LaPlant, Land, I. Lowther, V. Lowther, Manthe l3l Maury, McHugh, M017 illiams, Nolting, Reed, Roberts, M. Robinson, V. Robinson, Schuchart, Schunke, Sickenga, Spinner, Steiner, Stinnett L41 Stokes, Stone, Taft, Terrell, Thomas, Thurston, Van Arsdale, von Planta, Wright, Wood, Ybung 180 Alpha Xi Delta SENIORS . . . Maryam Arnold . Helen Caldbick . Lida Hanna ,, Ellen Kerr . Ruth Kirchhaine . Elizabeth Korthauer Clara Marie Springer . Helen Wahl ,P J UNIORS . . . Betty Askren . Mary Louise Brackett Mary Louise Graham . Katherine Guthmuller . Anne Kahlke Mary Jane Swem . Helen Walker . Evelyn Walter SOPHOMORES . . . Jacqueline Bartells . Kathryn Brown M X Ariel Dahlquist . Betty Dean . Gean Frey . Frances Hansen ' - ' ' - Betty McNamara fx X E . . A 9' -P1 11 l L 7- f 1 fn 111 'Ill 45 X PLEDGES . . . Phoebe Aylen . Patricia Eckroat . Joyce Hulhush , f 5' , Dorothy Johnson . Ruth Mary Larsen . Luella Morris 'Ax i 1 U M ' l . . XX 04 ' Dorothy Ann Patton . Madeline Rowland . Margaret Stiles 'll , ig I I n V .R ,, 1 Q I H - . 1 n 1 ' X Grace Wroughton 'V 1 - L ' v i - V V QU' lc ll Y fill' D X: ', - 11- I -1 I K - ' . !"' V--SQ' 1: v- "' E, l' 'll A Q M.. ' X . A Q A F. 'V I . . 4: X an if H C ,..J-fs - as i 2141- ,..:s:Q'iXe. If I M 4"' QT Y ' 'WLS'-E 'Y Xi X 6-'!,,.f .. U A -rg Pr" n - X -QV XI, 4541 Nineteenth Avenue Northeast Founded in 1893 at Knox College 54 Chapters, Na Chartered in 1907 f Ill Arnold, Aylen, Bartells, Brackett, Brown, Caldbick, Dahlqaist, Dean, Eclcroat, Frey l2l Graham, Guthmuller, Hanna, Hansen, H ulbush, Johnson, Kahlke, Kerr, Korthauer, Larsen l3l M cNamara, Morris, Parton, Rowland, Springer, Stiles, Swem, Wahl, Walker, Wronghton 181 Beta i ma micron HONORARY MEMBERS . . . Mrs. Genevieve Ballaine gf X ' ,X Mrs. Roberta Limbach ' 1 ,f 1 mmX 0 ll 1' GRADUATES . . . Mary Briggs . Katherine Gillarn Mary Simeon Imhmunv Hazel Thompson . Patricia Wall SENIORS . . . Emma Lou Barrhrop . Chrystelle Lassen SOPHOMORES . . . Corinne Hooper . Mary Hoover Dorothy Pell I Rose Mary Procunier . X . H, X 4', P f In PLEDGES . . . Roberta Brainard . Marian Bridgham Jane Gillam . 'r " ' ,- 'Si' . I -'L V V, 1 mf " X gf, X Lola McElvain . Audrey Peterson , A fx 'V ' A P X I .e 1241+ "Alina , L J 1 ,L , jf, -- V 'T "" Er fm , " wi lf -X -f , - V XR .17 ',g H51 ' h ' H 1' ' .. - ' 7 ' 4, ...Q - .o f f ' I' 'Q' 4 'JWHZ ell ,Xlf-ALgfl1l5f.l:L4es: '-'A V - " "' , . 5 7. - f L . - - I - F - -:'M.Mr:. , - . -,......f-'45 ...'1.:::f2'- ll . 4540 Seventeenth Avenue Northeast Fozmdecl in 1888 at the University of Illissouri 417 Chnplers, Alpha Omega Clmrtererl in 1921 Ill Barthrop, Brainard, Bridgham, J. Gillam, K. Gillam, Hooper, Hoover A l2l Lassen, M cElvain, Pell, Peterson, Procunier, Thompson 182 am . TV C111 mega f" SENIORS . . . Kathryn Carleton . Arliene Cheadle . Carra Harlan Jo Harvey . Lavinia Hemingway . Ruth McFarland . Evelyn Melby Charlotte Reed . June Thomas . Kathryn Woolfolk .4 GRADUATES . . . Betty Ball . Ruth Hemingway J UNIORS . . . Betty Brown . Mary Burkheirner . Jean Castleton Catherine Catlin . Connie Coyne . Harriet Crary L Betty Lindeman Vida Rae McNeal . Carolyn Morford . Marcia Rector . Marjorie Seerley X Patricia Shaw . Evelyn Stewart . Margaret Ward . Lucile Wettrick H33 Nancy Erdahl . Elizabeth Hammond . Marian Reid . Margaret Sheffield " 'l L xx , Esther Young SOPHOMORES . . . Barbara Boose . Marjorie Cook . Jane Embury PLEDGES . . . Ruth Bacheller . Betty Banks . Elizabeth Barton Lillian Ann Bender . Margery Borkland . Ann Boyer . Jean Christiancy L Jean Cowie . Mary Ann Fisher . Jane Gordon . Margaret Hatch Betty Jane Heaman . Becky Hopkins . Mary Alice Jameson iff 4Z Z Phyllis MacGregor . Peggy May . Claribel McKinley . Betty Moody ,i Bettie Munger . Mildred Nickerson . Betty Page . Jane Scott ' Z f H, Agnes Sealander . Mary Shellield . Marylaird Small . Sue Steiwer 1717 East Fortyseventh Street Betty Jane Thomas . Gloria Thomas . Jean Williams . Margaret Ziebarth F oanded in 1895 at University of Arkansas 87 Chapters, ,Alpha Chartered in 1909 111 Bacheller, Ball, Banks, Barton, Bender, Boose, Borkland, Brown, Carleton, Castleton, Catlin, Cheadle 121 Ghristiancy, Cowie, Crary, Cook, Embury, Erdahl, Fisher, Gordon, Hammond, Harlan, Hatch, H eaman 131 Hemingway, Hopkins, Jameson, MacGregor, May, McFarland, McKinley, Melby, Millard, Moody, M0Tf0fll, M Unger 141 Nickerson, Page, Rector, Reed, Reid, Scott, Sealander, Seerley, Shaw, Margaret Sheiield, Mary Sheffield, Small 151 Stewart, B. Thomas, J. Thomas, Ward, Wettrick, Williams, Woolfolk, Young, Ziebarth 183 5 fl Delta Delta Delta Q . , lllji li iy' 7 Htl an i ,., A4-it 3555: , 3 -A A , ' ' A -z:1""' ' f 1 iv-Z:-P-7 Y V Y , - gn 4--I -117 ...gpo-i 4527 Twenty-first Avenue Northeast Founded in 1888 at Boston University 84- Chapters, Theta Alpha Chartered in 1909 ,.,, FACULTY MEMBER . . . Dr. Edith Dohie TRANSFERS . . . Elaine Ehlinger . Patricia Garlick SENIORS . . . J une Beebe . Audrey Champreux . Jeanne Champreux .lane DuEy . Anna Louise Engdahl . Katharine Gould . Marian Gould Betty Holman . Dorothy Leede . Katherine Royea . Virginia Westlund JUNIORS . . . Jane Buchanan . Gloria Colcock . Carolyn Conover Eloise Ferguson . J une Ferguson . Katherine Goerig . Alice Hunt Elinor King . Gene Speckart . Helen Tiffin . Josephine Whaley Willa Lou Woods SOPHOMORES . . . Peggy Andrews . Virginia Colvin . Lucille Engdahl Vallejo Ferguson . Ruth Hammond . Nan Ladds . Betsy May Margaret Odell . Laura Philbrick . Jane Straight . Ellamae Weiss PLEDGES . . . Caroline Baker . Mary Jane Brown . Audrey Colcock Marjorie Ekholm . Margaret Fullerton . Dorothy Mae Harrison Helen Harvey . Peggy Healy . Gloria Hemrich . Harriet Holman Mary Hunt . Janet Knowlton . Grace Roberts . Virginia Lee Root .lo Ryan . Bernice Scholes . Lora Stenerson . Margaret Trenhath Rachel Wadsworth . Helen Walsh . Frances Welty . Gertrude Wood Ill Andrews, Baker, Beebe, Brown, Buchanan, A. Champreux, I. Champreux, A. Colcock, G. Colcock, Colvin, Conover, Dooling, Dujy, Ehlinger l2l Ekholm, A. Engdahl, L. Engdahl, Ferguson, Fullerton, Garlick, Goerig, K. Gould, M. Gould, Hammond, Harrison, Healy, H emrich, B. Holman l3l H Holman, A. Hunt, M. Hunt, Knowlton, Ladds, Leede, May, Odell, Phil brick, Roberts, Root, Ryan, Scholes, Shanks Ml Speckart, Stenerson, Straight, Trenbath, Tijfin., Walsh, Wadsworth, Weiss, Wlty, Westlund, Whaley, Wootl, Woods 184+ Delta Gamma il A t 'X ' EAW ,xx I- I TRANSFERS . . . Barbara Newcomber . Recia Gauntlett KN Dorothy Anderson . Margaret Lyng . ' W N SENIORS ...Ruth Abel . Orena Armstrong . Barbara Burns jj K X Caroline Coffman . Marceline Fink . ,lean Gibb . Dorothy Grilfen X l - Ruth Gray . Priscilla Gray . Annabel Hagyard . Betty Harris -X V If Mary Lou Hendrey . Dorothy Kelsey . Virginia Landram X ' ' .lane Reamer . Ruth Steenstrup l S L PE gp P: 2 ' ' , ' X. V' 1" E E JUNIORS . . . Laurina Banks . Millicent Biel .Kathleen Calkins M IT ,TE u 3 .lane DeWitt . Grace Dolan . Vivian Fosse . Daphne Gibson K Z i : VI l E E Eg 5 I Helen Nichols . J an Ogden . Betty Rummens . Dorothy Twelves l f - E ' SOPHOMORES . . . Beatrice Hodge . .laneth Hogue . Lois Jones sl 'IJ 4 ' ' f I .loye Kugler . Jane Porter . Beatrice Wade . Frances Woodworth ut' A A 4.3 .T ff N ,LJ 5- L X r .lean Woodworth . Claire Wernecke 1 A Q n H, . l ,fin ,tt -r b PLEDGES . . . Virginia Banks . Eleanore Benz . Eunice Blaney 4, ' I Ruth Buschmann . Rae Crandell . Barbara Donovan . Betty Downey ' ' ' ' Y V ----W-W-L - Margaret Dunn . Evelyn Fosse . Gloria Getchell . Frances Harrison ':,,..... --iff -I-A Margaret Huntoon . Mary Kellogg . Margaret Laird . Janet McCallum Dorothy McCash . Mary McPhail . Marjorie Madill . Alice Ogden -"Z" Virginia Phillips . Laura Spencer . Geraldine Tenny . Betty Thompson 2015'Mt Fortydifth Street Harriette Troth . Jane Weinel . Anne Winders . ,lean Wingate Founded in 1374 at Louis School Barbara Winn 418 Chapters, Beta Chartered in 1903 lll Abel, Anderson, Armstrong, L. Banks, V. Banks, Benz, Biel, Blaney, Barns, Buschrnann, Calkins, Coffman, Crandell l2l DeWitt, Dolan, Donovan, Downey, Dunn, E. Fosse, V. Fosse, Getchell, Gibb, Gibson, P. Gray, R. Gray, Griffen E31 Harris, Hagyard, H arrison, H endrey, Hodge, Hague, H untoon, Jordan, Jones, Kellogg, Kelsey, Kugler, Landram l4-l Laird, Lyng, M adill, McCallum, M cCa.sh, M cPhail, Newcomer, Nichols, Ogden, Phillips, Porter, Rearner, Rummens l5l Spencer, Steenstrup, Tenny, Thompson, Troth, Twelves, Wade, Weinel, Wernecke, Wingate, Winn, F. Woodworth, f. Woodworth 185 J if A . rn WHL TT 11 l' " i 7 C14-f 4535 Eighteenth Avenue Northeast F oanded in 1902 at Miami University 57 Chapters, Kappa Chartered in 1913 Delta Zeta GRADUATES . . . Connie Bailey . Katherine Clinton . Marjorie Ferrier Beth Morgan SENIORS . . . Mary Benton . Adelaide Currie . Winnie Isham Dorothy Moorhouse . Julia Murray . Winnifred Seifert Margaret Shonts . Dixie Stanley . Ruth Sutton JUNIORS . . . Gratia Federspiel . Eva Hageman . Mary Elizabeth Kable Bernice Shorrock . Leona Sowenski SOPHOMORES . . . Lee Anderson . Mildred Everitt . Esther Krabbe Ethel London . Helen Young PLEDGES . . . Violet Anderson . Mary Brandmeir . Betty Brown Barbara Clement . Betty Edwards . Adelaide Gray . Dorothy ,lewett Eflie McLean . Louise Mangrurn . Bernice Mars . Donnabelle Moodie Mary Phelan . Bronwen Pratt . Carolyn Skanzie . Norma Willson Virginia Wilson . Pat Winans L11 Anderson, Brandmeir, Brown, Clement, Clinton, Carrie, Edwards, F ederspiel, F errier, Jewett l21 Kable, Krabbe, Mangrum, Mars, McLean, M oodie, Moorhouse, Pratt, Seifert, Shonts I31 Shorrock, Skanzie, Sowenski, Stanley, Sutton, Willson, Wilson, Winans 186 o Gamma P111 Beta GRADUATES . . . Katherine Stauff . Dorothy N esbit if 0' 105655 SENIORS . . . Dorothy Horsfall . Margaret Hurd . Eleanor Kerns Elinore Lofthus . Doris McElmon . Beatrice McIntosh Annabelle Murray . Audrey Olson . Joyce Pfueller . Fredericka Smith F Barbara Stevenson . Jane Warrack . Catherine Witte JUNIORS . . . Katherine Brehm . Hasseltine Chessher . Charlotte Cole Dorothy Cortelyou . Mary Lee Dowd . Eleanor Haggett Anne Hutchinson . Rose Mary Lomen . Celia Marion . Lee Nicholson Mary Ann O'Leary . Katherine Oliver . Betty Pratt . Janet Riggs Marjorie Savidge . Dorothy Spragg . Pat Strickler , fx Margaret Synnestvedt . Laurien Winn 1-u SOPHOMORES . . . Catherine Calvert . Mary Cole . Catherine Cergo Julia Eaton . Helen English . Janet Fetterson . Mildred Glafke Valerie Haigh . Mary Helen Hart . Harriet Hopkins . Lorna Mae Jones f E! E R111 'H "l"'i Virginia Kellogg . Phyllis Klinker . Gertrude Lamping Virginia Milligan . Barbara Nettleton . Grace Newth . Mary Rice Peggy Stewart . Barbara Ann Westover ' PLEDGES . . . Peggy Arneson . Frances Chessher . Jane Cortelyou Inez Mae Crabtree . Ruth Dainton . Betty Davidson Utne, Q X fi? P. n xi' N Margaret Featherstone . Genie de Grandpre . Judy Green . Lois Griggs 'E Jeane Hauser . Helen Laucks . Minty MacDonald . Lucia McAusland W' Helen Mulvehill . Helen Poe . Harriet Rickerson . Janet Sumner 1 TeddY Wakeaeld -.Katherine Weld! 4-529 Seventeenth Avenue Northeast Founded in 1874 at Syracuse University 44 Chapters, Lambda Chartered in 1903 g..-:X ,-gawk-.-w, ::.:,. .sw , it gf emu rev' ' r 1:3 2 '--- few st-an K--1.6-:.?'. .,::::fs1 A5 ft vas: te- t N 2 wg! 1 ,St qs ',,. 3. 25, ag-ya , iir J' ef, 5 at 1 'Ye as sam 9 7, N aware! ,A Q sf 4 , 2,552 s 1 5 5, Yeugki, Six 1 Q v 5 if , ik H K ,ai 2,1 if-wg, N3 .gag If 4 ,R . f ' . 1 be ' JVW ' ' x W 4 t n I x5 fi' x A ,Ss va A Isaak is A ' 1:-fr f E515 Q- .fa , rr ,Q ' : '2' at taa iii f S 'tir . A e i , r 5 - - 4, A . .,.,:- Q., E, V -M , , G' .K I 4 -Ma J I Y A ,4 X ff Q2 ,,I- ffl ,x 1- , , V .Mt r 4 , gffm .1 .'.4mf: V N354 . , 1'- ' 'I , --I' ' Q ,., . 14 f Wg ,tm 1 N N? 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Crego, Dainton, Grandpre, Dowd, Eaton E21 English, F eatherstone, F eddersen, Glafke, Griggs, Green, Haggett, H aigh, Hart, Hauser, H orsfall, H urd, Hutchinson, I ones, Kellogg 131 Kerns, Klinker, Lamping, Loucks, Lofthus, Lomen, Marion, MacDonald, Milligan, M ulvehill, Murray, M cAunsland, M cElmon, M clntosh, Nesbit 141 N ewth, Nicholson, 0'Leary, Oliver, Olson, Pfeuller, Poe, Pratt, Rice, Rickerson, Riggs, Savidge, Stauj 151 Stevenson, Stewart, Strickler, Sumner, Synnestvedt, Wakefield, Warrick, lklch, Westover, Winn, Witte 187 'I I, I egr.. 11gg, fix K Kappa lpha Theta A ff ' 1V lift -"W . H QM f 'U ia H HH I . l , nr ii lfl gig 'ml ml M f I , 5 V ' , o . ll f 'i siliitli , .5 1' W, ',,, ,-F 4. .-:"s,t- - XX ,.,,,, ...- ,---l.-l..,...--- fL52'l Seoeriieerrth Avenue Northeast l'l0llfll-lltlfl in. 1870 at DGPILILYVU University 59 Chapters, fllplm Lmnbrlzr Clmrlercrl in 1908 SENIORS . . . Elizabeth Case . Valen Chase . Virginia Elfenclahl Frances Hines . Berwin Hulbert . Fan Kennan . Ponchita Miller Eleanor Mitchell . Mary Moran . Sue Moseley . Frances Moser Ruth Nieding.. Mary Margaret Quigley . Margaret Ryan . Kay Turner Margaret Waplcs . Alice Weeks , JUNIORS . . . Betty Buchner . Louise Burr . Betty Campbell Maxine Hornbeck . Dorothy Hemphill . Elizabeth McCoy .lean McCurdy . Betty McLaughlin . Eloise Perham Dorothy Jane Pierce . Josephine Quigley . Barbara Robbins .lane Roberg . Mary Roberts . Vera Louise Thelen . .lean Vermilya Jane Wilkinson . Mary Helen Williamson . Janice Wolgemuth SOPHOMORES . . . Virginia Aetzel . Jean Bishop . Barbara Coleman Katherine Duily . Beth Fitton . Charlotte Fitton . Mary Haas Mary Jane Hilen . Mary Milne . Elizabeth Montgomery Priscilla Orton . Mary Kay Randall . Mary Shannon . Mary Alice Shaw Jane Stolle . Barbara Strodolf . Peggy Strong . Marie Sullivan X Patricia Tamany . Henrietta Young PLEDCES . . . Sally Bonner . Maribel Burdon . Maxine Casey Janet Chapin . Betty Clawson . Mederies Coburn . Betty Davis Peggy Guilmet . Patricia Hergert . Mary Hoover . Helen Kreitle Virginia Lunn . .lean McDonald . Betty McGhie . Helen Melton Olive Moore. Dorthe Mount . Sally Paige . Margaret Rawson Kale Robbins . Patricia Roberg . .lean Ross . Helen Siepman Elizubcll1Wallacc. Virginia Weiner . Eleanor White. Suzanne Williams M ritl- ' oe"' r B .r t . A f - f dl I gf V i f - .j .r ' A I Us if . lr. Z ,ri , Ira. AI r 5: -I , H. In. 4' up 2. 1 ,I 1 f .y 5, I ,, . C ,, ,,, .t , .-ff it f me ,f . , L i 'x B n . - iv- - . . . Q Q. .V ,-.1 . .- D at 1 A A ,tm vp ,.lv VV rv. , K in ,,,4V Y. J IA L Av 123 '.-N 43 V X A' YV L- Y In X , 'U cz'-:VI .. A in A5 4 A if eeae 34 l K ff' B n n f e W no i for P r 1 a- " ' ' '. V .. A- Af.' ' wg - N " ' : 3' ofa' 1 af tif! , A' If e I It 5 a ' 73, W y it X ,, 6 ,gr Wxv, 5, ,tk V V , -,ui .I ., ,N s Q , gg E fy! Q' :l r 1 .N .4 - V an - N ,V ., X ' E. , ,K . 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' 'N A' KY -' , 4, i lil Q i, ' A , - - 53? r H ' ,,:1 ," il' , ,,,. . 9, , l Q, to - f " B ' - , ,1 ' y A ryr, yy, n' 1 l.- 1 ' yyar..y 'A ' ,,,..y r U 'lt' r ,, r., .r" r K , ill Aetzel, I3i.sl1,op, Bomter, Bmrlmer, BlLI'll0ll-, Brtrr, Case, Casey, Chopin, Clmoson, Coburn, Colermm, Davis, Dzi,0y l2l F itton, Guilmet, Harms, H emphill, Hergert, H ilen, Hines, Hoover, Hornbeclc, Hulbert, Luna, M elton, Miller, Milne lf3l M itchell, M onlgolnery, M ooro, Moran., M oseley, Moser, M olmt, M cCoy, M cCrirdy, M cDorzalrl, M cGIiie, Nieding, Paige, Parham ill-l Pierce, J. Quigley, M. Quigley, Rawsort, B. Robbins, K. Robbins, Roberg, Roberts, Ross, Shannon, Show, Siepman, Stolle l5l Stroclojf, Sullivan., Tcm.plcton,, Turner, lQrrm.ilyo, Wallace, Woples, Weiner, White, Wilkinson, Williams, Williamson, Young, F itton las Kappa Delta FACULTY MEMBERS . . . Miss Grace Denny . Miss Miriam Terry GRADUATES . . . Grace Davis . Elsie Fitton . Virginia Holland Nancy Izett . Elizabeth Slaughter SENIORS . . . Janice Meyer . Gladys Lawlor . Jean Pashley Helen Thordahl JUNIORS . . . Viola Barlow . Ella McCutcheon . Anna Pace Ruth Raymond . Betty Whealdon . .loan Whelan . Margaret Woolston SOPHOMORES . . . Frances Lawlor . Virginia Donnelly Dorothea Hanigan PLEDGES . . . Ferne Base . Alice Butterworth . Helen Cole Betty Eccleston . Kathleen Fisher . Betty Flood . Margaret Fry Elinor Kallasch . Frances McDonald . Dorothy ,lane McGill Elinor Raymond . Helen Ross ,. Beth Watson . Dorothy Welsh Margaret Winger X0 gli 'B 'ff Ag? ' Ci 9 'Cf x . 'I U1 'D 0 N ,ou sf' T' .:: o r rate s 'tj 4524 Seventeenth Avenue Northeast Founded in 1897 at Virginia Teachers College 70 Chapters, Sigma Iota Chartered in 1922 ill Barlow, Base, Butterworth, Davis, Donnelly, Eccleston, F itton, F isher, Flood lf2l Hanigan, Holland, lzett, Kallasch, Lawlor, Meyer, McDonald, McGill, Pashley l3l E. Raymond, R. Raymond, Ross, Throdahl. Welsh, Whealdon, Whelan 189 N u Kappa Kappa Gamma TRANSFERS . . . Mary Dick Compton . Helen Lathrop Virginia Schonberg . Mary Kay Trumbull . Enid Weber SENIORS . Eleanore Bushnell . Helen Challiss . Emeline Congdon Lucy Dexter . Betty Emerson . Elizabeth Finn . Mary Galbraith Betty Gates . Ruth Glass . Elvira Griggs . Barbara Jacobson NL' 'NN 1390 Helen Kantner . Alice Lamb . Jean Lovejoy . Janet Olson Charlotte Roth . Peggy Sheldon . Dorothy Thomson JUNIORS . . . Helen Blake . Eunice Bowman . Jane Brotherton f Peggy Brownell . Betty Mae Carey . Kay Cunningham . Zita Durnin Marian Finn . Barbara Fischer . Agnes Harrison . Jean Hetherton Madeleine Kirk . Patricia MacAuley . Caroline Power . Elizabeth Roe XS-i SOPHOMORES . . . Mary Jane Bousfield . Barbara Brygger F Nh. Valerie Ellis . Betty Ann Frink . Anne Galbraith . Isabel Henderson ' 1 H YN rx H il'-?lf.'El1.'X Helen Hewitt . Alice Hooper . Prudence Larnbuth Marguerite McCarthy . Carol McGough . Mary Scammell Margaret Tolman . Virginia Varnell PLEDGES . . . Martha Baker . Mabel Bennett . Barbara Bowen Margaret Campbell . Ann Ferguson . Elizabeth Graham Martha Harrison . Barbara Hughes . Catherine Kane . Lily Kennedy Sm- t X 'N ' - Marian Kent . Anne Jeanette Layton . Fanny Margaret Morrill -ia. H Betty Morse . Kay O'Shea . Marjorie Parsons . Betty Jane Paxton - . . Betty Jane Rafter . Marguerite Rolle 4504 Eighteenth Avenue Northeast Founded in 1870 at Monmouth College 62 Chapters, Beta Pi Chartered in 1905 lll Ainslie, Baker, Bennett, Blake, Bowen, Bowman, Brownell, Brygger, Bushnell, Campbell, Carey, Challiss, Compton, Congdon, Cunningham l2l Durnin, Ellis, Ferguson, Finn, F ischer, F rink, A. Galbraith, M . Galbraith, Graham, Griggs, A. Harrison, M. Harrison, Henderson, Hetherton, Bousfiel l3l Hooper, Hughes, Jacobson, Kane, Kantner, Kennedy, Kent, Kirk, Lamb, Lathrop, Lovejoy, Madden, Morrill, Rafter, McCarthy lil-1 Olson, 0'Shea, Parsons, Paxton, Power, MacAuley, Rolle, Roth, Scammell, Schonberg, Sheldon, Tolman, Thomson, Varnell 190 Phi u GRADUATES . . . Mary Elizabeth Drescher . Isabelle Thomson SENIORS . . . Ruth Baker . Caryl Bills . Inez Christiansen Joyce Gorman . Jeannette Klemptner . Janet McArthur . Frances Mary Anne Seidelhuber . Miriam Warner JUNIORS . . . Dorothy Bailey . Bernice Bigham . Maxine Coffman Kathryn Hutchins . Beverly Rogers V. Vyvien Sheppard gf SOPHOMORES . . . Joy Billingsley . Betty Ann Carter . Rena Cox .lane Eshom . Nancy Eyller . Bernice Hrella . Verna Reed PLEDGES . . . Margery Balhiser . Jane Barraughs . Ruth Blanchard Barbara Callarman . Violet Farran . Lizette Helekal . Bettee Settle Aloise Temple . Glenora Waters fn 0 noe, 5 7 Eff' Q39 DC:-7323 0 ,, ,,,,c-r fp X"-few Q F' Cc: 1 g 4530 Seventeenth Avenue Northeast Founded in 1852 at Wesleyan College 59 Chapters, Eta Beta Chartered in 1917 ill Bailey, Baker, Balhiser, Barraugh, Bigham., Billingsley, Bills, Blanchard, Callarman l2l Carter, Christiansen, Cofman, Cox, Eshom, F arran, Gorman, H elekal, H rella l3l Klemptner, McArthur, Reed, Rogers, Settle, Temple, Warner, Waters 191 , Pr . , ri, fr Pi Beta Phi 1 GRADUATES . . . Mary Weber . Marian Harper W -I 7lK0QEUQC'9270"' TRANSFERS . . . Eleanor Sprague . .lane Tornquist . ,,... J E 3 X a i h f SENIORS . . . Priscilla Church . Harriet Hancox . Betty Harper Peggy Hartson . Ruth MacKay . Betty Owen . Helen Pierce Q f Gwyneth Sawyer . Jane Smith . Kathryn Stewart . Julia Anne Templeton Mary Elizabeth von Boecklin . Marjorie Wood JUNIORS . . . Ruth Berry . Betty Boone . Virginia Cruse Beulah Darrow . Pat Fiset . Mary Frances Hartson . Virginia Jarvis Florence Parr f 'N X SOPHOMORES . . . Marian Bergren . Marjorie Branch . Ruth Clark LT I Betty Ann Crosby . Wilhelmine Docherty . Barbara Jones fi V Stella Stettler . Dorothy Whiting . ll PLEDGES . . . Betty Banks . Mary Elizabeth Beers . Mary .lane Buell fi , . F ll ll Martha Burkhart . Carol Byles . Lua Colkett . Sally Dawson il' HH H I l iii I Julianna Neu . Elizabeth Phillips . Viola Sorenson . Margaret Seamans I l I iQ lf" f S' U fl U ls I ' ll ll I7 , ff 1 "' Jean Douglas . Marjorie Faust . Geraldine Green . Nancy Guild ' Barbara Horrocks . Mary I o O'Brien . Virginia Phelps V Katherine Phillips . Audre Lee Rice . Shirley Ross . .lean Severyns ' Jean Stettler . Margaret Stewart . Beth Sturdevant . Elizabeth Tcrhune 4548 Seventeenth Avenue Northeast ' Founded in 1867 at Monmouth College 78 Chapters, Washington Alpha Chartered in 1907 Flomarie Wheeler . Margaret Wilson . Barbara Winn f ' W' ""- A 1. N' " Q 4f""'t' "" N ' R . " , K yt' ' , X 4 5 "". ' . V 1 " Q , . A - ' V , .X A ' , .r . ii.. .. 5 I n .1 Q Q 1 - ,. . 9,1 3 ,Sa h N l ay,-if K .bg ,, V.kk X N - A xl -f at J I 1 v - , ' at . r A ', . . K y , ' A 8 V ,. , I . ., , X . .. . , . M A on ., , A xy. A t,, .X . . U L . 1 , V:',p. . . A li lir 1 7 4 xi 1 .- V B V ' a li,y ' , A . V -,-' f' is 1' S 4' A - ' - ' 'V Viv ' . . -' ' 4 at is ' f . 'off' .sm rs new ' Q - as N it A . I 3, ' ,IX I 1 :J Z1 X. R x av i s xv .,, 2 5 K, fr. M3531 ,. -if ' :V ,Q ' x, I N . .,- ,N - V ' , ' 'A X X 5' ',, A r ,f 1 l KN- it 'P ' , ' . fi 1 . f' ii , ' - Q - Qc, S 'P ,, 3" - fi g, f 1 ,1 ,i , "iii E+ 22-,, 9 fag, Q, P .' 1, "si in as fiat , W i 2,325 . ' . :. X19 ' jj i s i '3 . r . ' g ji . 5 is - ' fs? ' W, I' Fi K fi ' - A 5 s ' Q, l .. ' "" ' I ' f A ' p. " ' ' - - " - ' L . H 3- L , .. if A if tt -V1 1- " ill Banks, Beers, Bergren, Berry, Boone, Branch, Buell, Burkhart, Byles, Church, Clark, Colkett, Crosby, Cruse, Dawson f2l Docherty, Douglas, Faust, F iset, Green, Guild, Hancox, Harper, M. Hartson, Mary Hartson, H orrocks, Jarvis, I ones, MacKay, Nan E31 0'Brien, Owen, Parr, Phelps, E. Phillips, K. Phillips, Pierce, Rice, Ross, Sawyer, Seamans, Severyns, Smith, Sorenson, Sprague l4l I. Stettler, S. Stettler, K. Stewart, M. Stewart, Sturdevant, Templeton, Terhune, von Boecklin, Wheeler, Whiting, Wilson, Winn, Wood 192 i ma Kappa SENIORS . . . Agnes Floe . Haldis Floe . Odney Floe . Madge Newton Betty Strickler . Mary Ann Williams JUNIORS . . . Cynthia Baldwin . Leone Bounds . Helen Doyle Josephine Duryee . Eva Marie Earley . June Headrick . Maxine Martin Muriel Parker . Shirley Patterson . Alice Rine . Helen Schneider Grace Scottness . Jane Louise Smith . Margaret Jane Sohey Sally Strange - SOPHOMORES . . . June Bennett . Irline Bissell . Edythe Draper W Virginia Grant . Catherine Hawley . Marjorie Johnson . Rose Lunn Adele Nelson . Wanda Taylor . Marie Wicks PLEDGES . . . Adele Benedict . Bette Campbell . Katherine Cunliife Mildred De Leshe . Carolyn Fryar . Mary Ann Jones . Katherine Kearns Leah Kirkland . Julia Lamherth . Kathryn Meagher HH EE Dorothy .lane Meyer . Elizabeth Ness . Marian Newberry Mary Ann Noonan . Gerta Oberdorfer . Janet Prowell Mary Louise Richards . Josephine Richardson . Barbara Robinson N W Lila Mae Sonoeke . Essey Tucker 5' it ff' 't .wel mal' J P U ,fbff 1 -f X "" in 1 ,a"'z'll' "fa . 5..f- --4- ,, - 4510 Twenty-second Avenue Northeast Founded in 1874 at Colby College 45 Chapters, Mn Chartered in 1910 lll Benedict, Bissell, Bounds, B. Campbell, D. Campbell, Cunlije, DeLeshe, Doyle, Draper, Duryee, Earley, A. F loe, H. F loe l2l 0. Floe, Fryar, Grant, Hawley, H eadrick, Johnson, Jones, Keams, Kirkland, Lamberth, Lunn, Martin, Meagher 131 Meyer, Nelson, Ness, Newberry, Noonan, Parker, Patterson, Possee, Prowell, Richardson, Rine, Robinson 141 Schneider, Scotness, Smith, Sobey, Sonoeke, Strickler, Taylor, Tucker, Wicks, Williams 193 f.,Kf D5 00 6 0 V60 F e Sigdif K 00,00 VX JIU-m 1n 454-3 Eighteenth Avenue Northeast Founded in 1914 at the University of California 31 Chapters, Rho Chartered in 1928 Theta psilon FACULTY MEMBER . . . Dr. Ebba Dahlin GRADUATE . . . Marguerite Camozzi SENIORS . . . Isabelle Bartlett . Marie Kracke . Mercedes Miller Vivian Miller . Mary Lou Morrison JUNIOR . . . Barbara Bird SOPHOMORES . . . Ruth Coleman . Lulu Moran PLEDGES . . . Alice Davidson . Beverly Hilts . Sally Lambert Carol Mclntire . Marguerite Moran . Marion Ward Ill Bartlett, Bird, Carnozzi, Coleman, Davidson, Hilts, Kracke, Lambert E21 Mclntire, M. Miller, V. Miller, L. Moran, M. Moran, Morrison, Ward 194- Zeta Tau lpha FACULTY MEMBER . . . Lea Puymbroeck 0 219 0 Q C GRADUATES . . . Dorothy Kerlee . Mary Lee Kirton . Rosemary Hardin ,X 8 Z .lean Hazen . Genevieve Martin . Blanche Sheltraw . Iverne Stradley fl' SENIGRS . . . Dorothy Barney . Nanna Benediktson . Betty Brabrook 0 ff Eva Burkhalter . Grace Mae Davies . Betty Hill . Mary Johnson May Lawrence . Katherine Morgenroth . Edythe Picht . Patricia Ryan Eleanor Stone - I JUNIORS . . . Doris Keene . Florence Sanders . Marjorie Schacht Polly Southmayd . Gertrude Whitham ,l E , Qgfwfgg SOPHOMORES . . . Christine Benediktson . Gail Busby g-X X Annabelle Freeburn . Frances Hillock . Yukona Moyer . Beryl Newton PLEDGES . . . Helen Muree Beck . Alix Jane Gillis . Louise Ingalls 1 lil Marjorie Johnson . Irene Proif . Myra Shelton . Grace Stevenson ' .lane Whitham . Marian Wilson ,-vi' 4-731 Eighteenth Avenue Northeast Founded in 1898 at Virginia State Normal 71 Chapters, Psi,Chartered in 1917 lll Beck, C. Benedilctson, N . Benediktson, Brabrook, Burkhalter, Busby, Davies, F reeburn, Gillis, Hill, Hillack 121 Ingalls, Marjorie Johnson, Mary Johnson, Keene, Kerlee, Kirton, Lawrence, M orgenroth, Moyer, Picht, Ryan l3l Sanders, Schacht, Scholl, Stevenson, Stone, Stradley, G. Whitham, J. Whitman, Wilson 195 Q, TIS' Y- ... v,.f. K., .. ul' ,Sym ltilf xii. Y ' 41, R T1 I 5' '42 ati 3 ROBERT MARTIN because 1n addltlon to handling BILL BOTZER-because he finished second only to Howard Tuttle in the 19341 elections for ASUW presidentg because he has an admirable record as a three-year varsity debaterg because he did good work in the ASUW investigations of a stu- dent union building. Sigma Phi Epsilon. two Jobs and the Tyee sports edltorshlp he earned a letter in football, and was a sports editor and associate editor of the Dailyg because he was president of the Defeated Candidates' Club. Sigma Nu. 196 FRATERNITIES lnterfraternit Council THE INTERFRATERNITY COUNCIL, founded at the University of Wash- ington-in 1914, is a group of delegated fraternity men forming a governing body and administering such affairs as affect the social fraternities. BOARD OF CONTROL FACULTY. . . Dean Herbert T. Condon Professor J. Grattan O'Bryan Dr. Henry A. Burd Ray Eckman, Alumni Representative STUDENT OFFICERS . . . Byron Burnes, President Charles Rossio, Vice-President Laddy Gross, Secretary John Laughlin, Treasurer Tony Kane, Prosecutor DELEGATES . . . Acacia, Leo Jacobson Alpha Delta Phi, Charles Rossio Alpha Kappa Lambda Harry Starbird Alpha Sigma Phi, Everett Stietz Alpha Tau Omega, Richard Pierce Beta Kappa, Ted Crane Beta Theta Pi, Dick Cook Chi Phi, Henry Dougan Chi Psi, Robert Laughlin Delta Chi, Gifford Thompson Delta Kappa Epsilon, John King Delta Sigma Phi, William Schodde Delta-Tau Delta, William Munro Delta U psilon, Robert Gray Kappa Sigma, Dick Perry Lambda Chi Alpha, Byron Burnes Phi Delta Theta, Karl Oberleitner Phi Gamma Delta, King Benton Phi Kappa Psi, John Laughlin i Phi Kappa Sigma, Roosevelt Basler Phi Kappa Tau, Clifford Diemond Phi Sigma Kappa, Joe Lutey Pi Kappa Alpha, Otis Wickersham Pi Kappa Phi, Richard Ultican Psi U psilon, Fenton Miller Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Robert White Sigma Alpha Mu, Orville Golub Sigma Chi, Tony Kane Sigma Nu, J ack Hardy Sigma Phi Epsilon, Delwyn Muller Sigma Phi Sigma, Alfred Thiel Sigma Pi, Paul Radke Tau Kappa Epsilon, Fred Nelson Tau Phi Delta, Robert Fuller Theta Chi, Richard Hodge Theta Delta Chi, Fred Weingarten Theta Xi, John Hill Zeta Beta Tau, Laddy Gross Zeta Psi, Sam Mills L11 Bassler, Benton, Burnes, Cook, Diemond, Dougan, Fuller, Golub, Gray L21 Gross, Hardy, Hill, Hodge, Jacobson, I. Laughlin, R. Laughlin, Lutey, Miller L31 Mills, M uller, Munro, Oberleitner, Perry, Pierce, Rossio, Starbird L41 King, Thompson, Thiel, Ultican, Weingarten, White, Wickersham 198 Acacia FACULTY MEMBERS . . . Frederick E. Bolton . Stephen D. Brown Ira L. Collier . Joseph Daniels . William M. Dehn . Henry Landes James M. McConahey . Thornes K. Sidey . Richard G. Tyler Clinton L. Utterback GRADUATES . . . Cloyd C. Crook . Art T. Ness .Mm SENIORS . . . Edward H. Iverson . Leo M. Jacobson . George Lane Elmer Quistorli . Ray Wall at MLA W fl Q4 '5 'Qu 6 '-B JUNIORS . . . Charles Afdem . Al Cleveland . Orin B. Johnston Richard G. Lewis . Fred W. Scheel . Earl J. Snippen Kenneth R. Williams . Ralph Yeaman. SOPHOMORES . . . Robert W. Jackson . Rodney McArdle E ' Howard D. Stevens . Don B. Wilcox . John M. Woods X V " ' " -' " ' J III X J ' PLEDGES . . . Esworthy B. Lange . Phil Pressnall . Watson D. Robertson R 5 V W E l i Q " I .l I I l - I Q, 4 la ' M a t 'mf' J ,-in ---'Q-..- ,Q - r- fl 'fl' 5 5 " ' x 9 IIT 1- wg fm : i " 14 ft, 4718 Acacia Place Founded in 1904 at University of Michigan 30 Chapters, Washington Chapter Founded in 1910 lll Cain, Cleveland, Crook, Iverson, Jacobson, Jackson, Lange, Pressnall, Quistorf l2l Robertson, Scheel, Snippen, Wall, W ilcax, Williams, Woods, Kzaman 199 e' A 4- B. F - LBJ. we Z' X , i832 FACULTY MEMBERS . . . Byron H. Christian . Thomas G. Hermans . I Carl Mapes . Charles C. May . Alfred Miller . Thomas Thompson Elgin Wilcox Alpha Delta Phi TRANSFERS . . . John Graves . Ernest Card GRADUATES . . . Lane Baker . Hollis Day . James Donahue John Gavin . Tabor Mapes . Daniel Trefethan . Jack Williams SENIORS . . . Fred Eastaugh . John Gauntlett . Kinne Hawes David Lear . Vernon Parrington . Winn Pullen . Seth Richards Charles Rossio . Stuart Smith . Homer Thiele JUNIORS . . . Walter Bates . John Chesterley . John Davis John Ederer . Henry Greeley . Nat Hawes . Kermeth Killien Robert Lund . Daniel Olin . Frank Shinstrom . Alexander Stewart SOPHOMORES . . . Hugo Butler . Robert Deering . Don Garland Robert Gordon . John Killien . Richard Lawrence . James Madill Carl Priess . Hamlin Robinson . Ralph Sweet . Henry Wager - Kenneth Warren . John Weaver X PLEDGES . . . Vodra Baker . Jack Callahan . James Carbery S 'i , , five- Larry Carr . John Cheney . David Davis . Warren Doolittle . Boh Ferris , .-1-r 1 f IM, V - Boyd Huff . William Hussey . Boh Keller . Bill Killien . Royal Lamson W f N1 - Charles Livesey . Frank McDermott . Richard Metzger . Richard Reed 2105 East Fo,-tydevemh Sh-get Ben Seahorn . Robert Sherwood . Gordon Sweet Founded in 1832 at Hamilton College 27 Chapters, Washington Chapter Founded in 1921 lll Baker, Butler, Callahan, Carbery, Card, Carr, Chesterley, D. Davis, I. Davis, Day, Deering, Doolittle l2l Ferris, F rank, Garland, Gauntlett, Gordon, Greeley, Hatch, K. Hawes, N. Hawes, Huff, Hussey, Keller l3l Killien, Lamson, Lawrence, Lear, Livesey, Lund, Madill, McDermott, Metzger, Parrington, Pullen, Reed Ml Richards, Robinson, Rossio, Seaborn, Sherwood, Stewart, G. Sweet, R. Sweet, T hiele, Wager, Weaver 200 Alpha i ma Phi FACULTY MEMBERS . . . Leslie Ayer . H. V. Tartar . Al Ulbrickson R? 1 s ' GRADUATE MEMBERS . . . Howard Dent . Mathew Muir I Av Q E Albert Raichle . J ack Vogel g,1nf,g,f-Q' SENIORS . . . Frank Camperson . Ted Clarke . Roger Dawes Don Frame . John Hutchinson . Hylan King . Samuel Leigland - Jack Myers . James Prendergast . Jack Spinner . Edward Stevens Everett Stitz . Phillip Stone . . Kenneth Todd . Arnold Werner Paul Wiseman 1 JUNIORS . . . Allen Blair . James Carlson . Robert Eggerts Gragg Gilkey . Hans Helmle . Joseph Moore . Stanley Rich Roy Southworth Ax 1115 2 ,rr I ll ,4,,..,- - soPHoMoREs . . .William Anderson . Clinton Atkinson . Jack B01.-ny . . ,A , fi, , ,,. ' ' ' " ' ' ' George Bowdy . Walter Brown . Edward Broz . William Culbertson - 0 A IT IT ' ,I Carl Jacobsen . Robert Keyser . Robert Little . Charles McAfee ITE N mlm' NUHHANIN. mu Q K F ll 'tl John Merrill . William Nelson . Leonard Rich . Goldie Riley - J 1' lf M Rat' Severson . William Stoner . Thomas Wold - I A i -h Y--la . 1 , nu , r. PLEDGES . . . Ed Bradbury . Harold Brooks . Howard Brooks I R ' I. n .jim ll' Richard Clifford . John Emel . Tilford Gribble . Henry Guth a . M 'l I , ' x 4 " - All P Gordon Haywood . William Haywood . Willard Harvey . Louis Hickey , CQ hh- rl' -wi , l I Brooks Johnson . James Jordan . William Kelly . Carl Kennedy W X W W I I l W' Howard Kleinoeder . Frank Landon . Ed Loverich . Ralph Merklin A K 'L' Gilmore Moen . Roy Mundy . Irving Natale . Howard Probstfeld S '- ' Fred Salmela . Ray Schiewe . James Spinner . Robert Walters ' 4554- Nineteenth Avenue Northeast Founded in 184-5 at Yale University 32 Chapters, Mu Founded in 1912 ill Anderson, Atkinson, Blair, Bradbury, Har. Brooks, How. Brooks, Camperson, Carlson, Clarke, Culbertson, Dawes, Dent, Eggerts l2l Emel, Gilkey, Harvey, Helmle, Hickey, H utchinson, Jacobsen, Johnson, Jordan, Kelly, Kennedy, Keyser, King l31 Kleinoeder, Landon, Leigland, McAfee, M erklin, Merrill, Moore, Mundy, Myers, Natale, Nelson, Prendergast, Probstfeld E41 Rich, Salmela, Severson, Southworth, Spinner, Stephens, Stone, Gribble, Todd, Walters, Werner, Wold 201 'FQ I 'G .45 if K lpha Tau Omega vb 5 X F WW Ik -11 -gi-X 1800 East F orty-seventh Street Founded in 1865 at Virginia Military Institute 96 Chapters, Gamma Pi Founded in 1906 GRADUATE STUDENTS . . . Fred Campbell . Ralph Curtiss Don Hoisington . Oliver Koelsch . Carl Watkins SENIORS . . . Howard Davidson . Carl Dakan . Tom Gauld Robert Gray . Kenneth Hanson . Merrick Metcalf . Gus Moen Dick Pierce . Dick Stephens . Don Wyman JUNIORS . . . William Boles . Errett Crowther . Peter David Elmo Lewis . Robert Miller . William Sheffield . Harry Sherwood Vern Peterson SOPHOMORES . . . Robert Brown . Tom Conway . Fred Gadke Byron Haines . Ralph Miller . Murray Morgan . Walter Rohrscheib Steve Tburlow . George Zeigen FRESHMEN . . . John Bardus . Frank Doleshy . Elmer Gentili Forrest Hawley . Jim Kearnes . Bruce Lent . William Preisz John Robinson lll Bardue, Boles, Brown, Campbell, Conway, Crowther, Curtiss, Dakan, David, Davidson l2l Doleshy, Gadke, Gauld, Gent-ili, Hawley, Haines, Hoisington, Kearnes, Koelsch, Lent l3l Lewis, M etcalf, Ralph Miller, Robert Miller, Moen, Morgan, Peterson, Pierce, Preisz, Rohrscheib l4l Sheffield, Sherwood, Silver, Smith, Watkins, Wyman, Zeigen 202 Beta Kappa FACULTY MEMBERS . . . Malcolm J. Brown . Dr. A. F. Carpenter Prof. Ronald Shuman . Captain Joseph Stiley . Prof. Walter Whittlesey GRADUATE . . . William Groves SENIORS . . . Wendell Crane . William Enkeholl . Ronald Fetterley John Hitt . Lester Hitchcock . Richard Rasmussen . Sanford Snead Paul Tjossem JUNIOR . . . Robert Sylvester SOPHOMORE . . . Gordon Ingman PLEDGES . . . Kenneth Branch . Louis Hagbo . Otto Irrgang Cameron McIntosh . Dale Sheckels . Donald Wishaar 4' .k ffl Y K 1605 East F arty-seventh Street Founded in 1901 at Hamlin University 35 Chapters, Beta Founded in 1922 lll Branch, Crane, Enkeboll, F etterley, H itchcock, H itt, I ngman l2l M clntosh, Rasmussen, Sheckels, Snead, Sylvester, T jossem 203 I l I t N 41 a Q 1911 B011 arm? V K fl 33 p f '11 is fe e l ll l' nh... ' tl? T' A A we QP I I 'In l 5 Q M lffnim--,il 5 0' 'if - 1617 East F orty-seventh Street Founded in 1839 at Miami University 87 Chapters, Beta Omega Founded in 1901 Beta Theta Pi TRANSFERS . . . Bob Cole . John Couzens . Ben Dorman . Jerry Kopet John Marshall . Howard Tustin GRADUATE MEMBER . . . Harlan Beck SENIORS . . . Dick Baker . Dick Cook . Les Cooper . Don Elberson Bob Hawes . Gus Langsdorf . Clarence Lirhus . Jim Mueller Vance Noel . John O'Brien . Harold Sheerer . Byron Ward . Fred White John Whitney . Dean Worthington JUNIORS . . . Bruce Beck . George Bennett . Gordon Berlin John Carey . King Culp . Bill Farrens . Bob Fissell . Jim Greely Ned Hall . Frank J elierson . Guy J ubitz . John Kettenring Bob Lansdon . Sidney Lund . Russ McDonald . Bob McKinstry Bill Millington . Bill Shannon . Tom Templeton . Nat Washington SOPHOMORES . . . Jack Beatty . Jim Cadwell . Bob Enloe Jim Longmuir . George Lund . John Marshall . Bill Sanders Don Simpson . Lynn White PLEDGES . . . Jim Arneil . Don Aska . Merritt Bloxom . Fred Brown Don Coy . Gail Fletcher . Jack Galbraith . Dick Greenough Bob Gregory . Jim Holmes . Pat Kelley . Frank Meredith . Art Morgan Jack Northrop . J oii Neil . Ross Phillippi . Jack Polk . Earl Schenck Watson Smith . Jack Staley . Bob Sweet . Bob Tindall . Bill Wingate Rich Worthington Ill Arneil, Asha, Baker, Beatty, Beck, Bennett, Berlin, Bloxom, Brown, Cadwell, Cole, Cook, Cooper i2l Couzens, Coy, Culp, Elberson, Enloe, F arrens, F issell, Fletcher, Galbraith, Greely, Greenough, Gregory, Hall E31 Holmes, Hawes, Jejerson, Iubitz, Kelley, Kettenring, Langsdorf, Lirhus, Longmuir, G. Lund, S. Lund, D. Marshall, J. Marshall I4-l M cKinst1y, Meredith, Millington, Morgan, Mueller, Neil, Noel, Northrop, 0'Brien, Phillipi, Polk, Sanders, Schenck l:5l Shannon, Sheerer, Simpson, Smith, Staley, Sweet, Washington, F. White, L. White, W hitney, D. Worthington, R. Worthington 204+ Chi Phi . . fdlmla ,i 41, ' ' .Wo -4,1 FACULTY MEMBERS . . . Dean Magnusson . John Richards A 1 ,521 Gilbert S. Schaller . Karl Windesheim f I M GRADUATES . . . Harlan Boals . Wendall Duncan . John McGregor John Shaw SENIORS . ., . Hollis Beasley . Melvin Borgerson . Fred Carlin Frank Culp . Drayton Davidson . Henry Dougan . Kenneth Duryee Thomas Chittenden . George Revelle Jr. . Howard Thompson William Wrede J UNIORS . . . Gosta Eriksen . Rex Clay . Harvey Kellogg James McEacheran . Gordon Moody 3 E H ,Q SOPHOMORES . . . Lynden Anderson . Raymond Blalock Alvin Lindstrom . Edgar Lunn . Philip Magnusson . Robert Moffat Russell Morse . Charles Sherbrooke . Homer Tipton PLEDGES . . . Carl Benson . Alan Blalock . Royal Brawley Stanley Brown . Jack Fitzgerald . Donald LaVelle . Arnold Lindstrom Cecil McCarty . John Michaels . Ed N oeker . Frank Taylor James Truscott 4-521 Nineteenth Avenue Northeast Founded in 1824 at Princeton University 34 Chapters, Beta Delta Founded in 1925 Ill Anderson, Beasley, A. Blalock, R. Blalock, Borgerson, Brown, Chittenden, Culp, Davidson T21 Dougan, Duryee, Eriksen, LaI'?:lle, Al. Lindstrom, Arn. Lindstrom, Lunn, Magnusson, M cCarty l3l M cEacheran, Michaels, Moffat, Morse, Shaw, Sherbrooke, Taylor, Tipton, T ruscott 205 hi Psi SENIORS . . . Burl Bufkin . Robert Diehl . Maurice Dunn Frank Eastman . Richard Fretwell . Joe Gabel . William Hilands 'I : + A Jay Hornbeak . Philip Huemmer . John Knappenberger ev Robert Laughlin . Thomas Lynch . Gordon Raught Q , 1 a J J UNIORS . . . John Dore Jr. . Robert Isaacson . Howard Ritchie Norman Wells SOPHOMORES . . . Donald Adams . Charles Bond . Jimmie Cain John Castle . Harry Cheever . Thomas Dean . Richard Hauser Marvin Morgan . Robert Neupert . Lewis Ritchie PLEDGES . . . Randal Bond . William Crapo . Dwyer Dale Hubert Finch . George Galvin . Robert Knappenberger Bef fm Lawrence Newlands . George Propstra . Robert Royce . Jack Ryan V f I A Robert Steiwer . Donald Williams fr 'nm' I' 1 ll I f rr so IT , E54 2 Q K+ H :L -,4 ll ull, ' ., ., ' I 5 l 'ii 7 !Tlll ' FF r "fl in l' nlllllffll 5 ,ff -I Q Mm :uni-n,,,,,, I f x '-Qld!! -I nl! W J, I ,hi -- I I A-fr' l - rs 4600 Twenty-seconfl Avenue Northeast Founded in 1841 at Union College 25 Chapters, Alpha Theta Delta Founded in 1921 Ill Aclams, C. Bond, R. Bond, Bufkin, Cain, Castle, Cheever, Crapo, Dale, Dean, Diehl, Dunn, Eastman . l2l Finch, F retwell, Galvin, Gabel, Greenwood, Hauser, Hilanrls, Hornbeak, Huemmer, Isaacson, B. Knappenberger, I. Knappenberger, Laughlin lf3l Lynch, Morgan, N ewlands, N eupert, Propstra, Raught, L. Ritchie, H. Ritchie, Royce, Ryan, Sims, Steiwer, Walls, Williams 206 Delta Chi FACULTY . . . Keneth Cole . Henry Olschewsky . Carl Kilgore SENIORS . . . Carl Brazier Ir. . Robert Harnett . .lack Hullin Henry Jackson . Robert Johnson . Frederick Palmer . Edward Taylor Harry Thompson JUNIORS . . . Kelly Ashton . .lack Coleman . James Dunford William Fortune . Herbert Hanlon . 'Wade Kniseley . Douglas Muirhead George Wimberly SOPHOMORES . . . Harrison Chambers . John Klein . Carl Sedore PLEDGES . . . Ralph Bishop . Fred Brannan . Russel Craft Ellwood Davidson . Channing Englebry . Dick Erickson . Carl Grandy Milton Hall . Roy Hanson . Dick Harris . Arvid Hullin . Millard Loomis James McBee . Dan McGillicuddy . Eldon Mark . Ronald Preston Robert Stratman . J ack Strudgeon . Martin Sullivan -lL YW . "f If f W 4 I l X ff ' 5206 -WIA. ! wt4,,...f !,,. ,...-1-" 1819 East F orty-seventh Street Founded in 1890 at Cornell University 37 Chapters, Washington Chapter Chartered in 1908 lll Bishop, Coleman, Chambers, Craft, Danforcl, Fortune, Grandy, Hanlon T21 Hanson, Harris, fackson, Johnson, Klein, Loomis, Mark, M L-Bee, M cGillicurldy T31 Nelson, Palmer, Perry, Preston, Strudgeon, Sullivan, Taylor, Thompson, Wimberley 207 Delta Kappa Epsilon fl I-' .N SENIORS . . . Eugene Elliot . Jack Fowlds . John King x Bob McLauchlan . Penfield Musson . Philip Padelford 1 Gaines Sutherlin 'R' ' JUNIORS . . . Richard Ballard . William Blackford . George Hopps Kermit Hodgins . Samuel Martin . Kenneth McKenzie . James Nickson George Perry SOPHOMORES . . . Edlane Brinson . Robert Brooks . Donald Callison Archie G. Taft III . Proctor Melquist . George Thompson r Charles Padelford . Steve Tremper K , PLEDGES . . . Waddington Abbott . Ruby Andersen . George Buck ' 6 X Don Edwards . Daniel Elmore . Hugh Ferguson . Carl Gould J r. " 3" Douglas Hood . Nathan Kingsbury . Brien King . Frank H. Kelley Jr. A A f Edmund P. Kelley . Raymond E. Kerr, Jr. . John Lea . Hugh Purcell T T' H 'T R I yi in :H Charles Sather . John Shephard . Marlin Shirley . Joseph Rawlings . ' ' :N ' :nQ:' X Q "1 fy' x 'M-id-L. -O Herbert Timblin . Ralph Westover I H ' - ' . . V :H . I X L 57 .1 S 3-in 4, llll'-'il ll l' 'Q 'Y"1 ' ' .5-Lina.. 4-520 Twenty-first Avenue Northeast Founded in 1832 at Yale University 48 Chapters, Kappa Epsilon Founded in 1910 lll Abbott, Andersen, Ballard, Blackford, Brinson, Brooks, Buck, Elmore, F owlds, Gould, Hood l2l Howard, E. Kelley, F. Kelley, Kerr, B. King, J. King, Lea, M elquist, M usson, Nickson, C. Padelford l3l P. Padelford, Perry, Purcell, Rawlings, Sather, Shephard, Shirley, Sutherlin, Thompson, Timblin 208 Delta igma Phi GRADUATE STUDENTS . . . .lack Alexander . Leonard Elsbree Warren Everett . Paul Scharpenherg William Schodde . Lloyd Ulrich SENIORS . . . .l oe Byington . Wheeler Coy . Richard Merrin JUNIORS . . . Lorenz Bolin . George Carson . John Dail . Grant Impett Glenn Butterfield . Wayne Prolf . John Robinson X' X soPHoMoRE . . . Harrison Kramer X PLEDGES . . . Robert Dail . Robert Hunt . William James . Fred Jones 'A n X R. E. Jones . Al McIntyre . Chester Martin . Hans Norbisrath -'T-U J I I X """:' Ed Smith . Earl Southerland . Dan Thumlert . Kenneth Wright X Verne Ziehell Q I, L ll 1 X FF Bl ,W ' ..-L. , Q5 . - ' Q VA N-. 5:25 9- - . 1 ,,I - : C : ' ', - 3 1 . mm Q9 lg M. 1?- fqL 1 M 4543 Seventeenth Avenue Northeast Founded in 1899 at College ofthe City of New York 52 Chapters, Alpha.0mega Founded in 1926 lll Alexander, Bolin, Butterfield, Byington, Carson, Coy, John Dail, Robert Dail, Elsbree, Everett l2l James, F. I ones, R. Jones, Kramer, Martin, M clntyre, M errin, Murphy, N orbisrath, Proj l3l Robinson, Scharpenberg, Schodde, Smith, Sutherland, Thurnlert, Ulrich, W right, Ziebell 209 V' D 1 T D l X e ta au e ta A1 A, 5 XX.. FACULTY MEMBERS . . . E. G. cox . Leon Euis ff ' GRADUATES . . . John Bannick . Bernard Billings l Edward Danby Lewis SENIORS . . . George Cameron . Daniel Frame . Edward Metzger, Jr. William Munro . Frank Pracna . Elwood Swane . Boyd Tallman Allan Treuer . Robert Witt J UNIORS . . . Milton Brougham . Dustin Clark . John Hale Tommy Lyons . Thomas Wood Q Fl 3 7 l 7 I 54 Ns SOPHOMORES . . . Don Cram . Seymour Kail . John Morrison ""' - - .... L mmm-, "f Herbert Pohl . Leon Snow, Jr. PLEDGES . . . Merwyn Casey . Don Christensen . J ack Garrett Erle Horswill . Carroll Hurst . Boynton Kamb . .Joseph Morgan John Reynolds . Willard Rublin . Sam Sumner . Ken Tvete ,gl- 4524 Nineteenth Avenue Northeast Founded in 1859 at Bethany College 74 Chapters, Gamma M u Chartered in 1908 lll A pplegate, Camerson, Casey, Clark, Garrett, Horswill, Kail, Kamb l2l M cLenahan, M etzger, Morgan, Morrison, M unro, Pracna, Rublin l3l Snow, Sumner, Tallman, Treaer 210 Delta Upsilon FACULTY MEMBERS . . . Thomas Bolles . Harry E. Smith GRADUATES . . . Dellvon Fall . Cec Smith . Richard Young N SENIORS . . . Ron Biles . Addison Clifford . Edwin Clinton John Corey, Jr. . John Edinger . Robert Gray . Ellis Hyatt Robert McDonald . George Moore . Chauncey Pearce . John Ritchie Robert Roberts . William Sawhill . Martin Trepp . Gene Wright f JUNIORS . . . Ellis Ash . Robert Beckwith . Curtiss Beebe S Henry Harris . Hans Lund . George Macbride . Clark Miller Robert Woodworth SOPHOMORES . . . Richard Bogardus . Jack Dodds . William Jones Richard Pullen . Horace Rogers . John Summersett, Jr. PLEDGES . . . Donald Anderson . Kenneth Cannon . Louis Champlin George Dubail . Phillip Hughes . Kenneth Jones . Robert Lochow John MacGregor . Jack Meves . William Morris . Edward Nelson Jack Price . Burns Smith . Stanley Yotmgs 1818 East Forty-wth Street Founded in 1834 at Williams College 61 Chapters, Washington Chapter Founded in 1910 , 'Q -:iff 1151-',. sJ I -3. l11 Anderson, Ash, Beebe, Beckwith, Biles, Bogardus, Cannon, Champlin, Clifford, Corey, Dodds E21 Dubail, Edinger, Gray, Hughes, Hyatt, Jones, Lochow, Lund, Meves, Miller, Moore l3l Morris, Nelson, Pearce, Price, Pullen, Ritchie, Roberts, Sawhill, Smith i4-1 Woodworth, Summersett, Trepp, W illiams, Wright, Young, Youngs 211 Oslskr 'YW MQ? xi' . ' 5- 15542 2133 lk. ,og QV Q stlxl vs, ..l,. .Wifi 5004- Seventeenth Avenue Northeast Founded in 1869 at University of Virginia 108 Chapters, Beta Psi Founded in 1903 ' Kappa Sigma FACULTY MEMBERS . . . Clarence "Hee" Edmundson Dr. David C. Hall . Norman Kunde . Professor Martin Professor Miller GRADUATE MEMBERS . . . Wallace Johnson . Ralph Sharkey Harry Trew . William Trew SENIORS . . . Albert Fetta . William Ghiglione . John Hansen Fred Hislop . Emmett S. Hughes . William McMahon . Robert Martin Hugo Metzler . Dean Mullin . Hulbert Murray . Ronald Scribner Fred Statham . Robert Yeamans J UNIORS . . . William Amber . Russell Fisher . Joe Forde Richard Hogan . Paul Murphy . Richard Perry . Norbert Plamondon Lyman Stone . Arvid Swanson SOPHOMORES . . . James Angle . Darwin Badger . Allen Berry Stafford Brandt . Jack Graham . John Ulman PLEDGES . . . Dana Berghuis . Firmo Breda . Theodore English Frank Hawks . Miles Hoff . Elmer Kangas . William Leahy Wendell Newcomb . Howard Stansbury . Kenneth Vore William Wood , lfll Badger, Belt, Berghuis, Berry, Brandt, Breda, Chittenden, Davidson, English l2l F etta, Fisher, Forde, Ghiglione, Graham, Hansen, Hawks, Hislop, H of l3l Hughes, Leahy, Martin, McMahon, Mullin, Murray, Perry, Plarnondon, Scribner Ml Stansbury, Statham, Stone, Swanson, Trew, Ulman, Vore, Wood 212 Lambda Chi lpha FACULTY MEMBERS . . . Arthur Beardsley . R. F. Farwell Paul Higgs GRADUATES . . .Dale Armstrong . Reuben Youngquist SENIORS . . . Stewart Anderson . Don Batt . Arthur Bratsberg Russell Brennan . Byron Burnes . Lavalle Caspar . Joseph Connor Vernon Jackson . Tyler Kaune . Philip McIntosh . Don Miller Bert Mueller . Stanley Orman JUNIORS . . . Robert Chambers . Neal Clark . Walter Lunsford Pat McHugh . Leonard McMahan . Marion Marts . Ben Oatey Eugene Schunke . Hans Skov SOPHOMORES . . . Wendell Batt . Jim Charles . Duane Cosper Clarence Hutchinson . Charles E. Johnson . Earl Veirs PLEDGES . . . Courtney Abrahamson . William Bennett Arthur Belfrey . Jerry Cameron . Eugene Dawson . Robert Lane Carl Del Missier . James Harper . Bob Minnihan . Gordon Soley Gordon Stannerson . Thomas Sroufe . Crandall N efzger Harry Tavenner . Robert Wonn lll Abrahamson, D. Batt, W. Batt, Belfrey, Bennett, Barnes, Chambers, Charles D Casper L Casper l2l Dawson, Del Missier, F itch, Harper, Hutchinson, I ahnson, Lane, Lunsford M arts McHugh l3l N efzger, Orman, Skov, Soley, Sroufe, Tavenner, Wann, Youngquist 213 f 6 L 0 Phi Delta Theta I Q J I B SENIORS . . . Pat Cardin . Robert Fickel . Gage Gritman Paul McMahon . Thomas Macartney . Richard Merrick Wayne Nusbaum . Karl Oberleitner . Donald Pollock . Robert Rodal X John Twitchell . Harold Williams . Robert Wilcox Q J UNIORS . . . Phil Bayley . James Bennett . Center Case P John Douglas . Howard Ellis . Jerome Firnstahl . Wilbur Hewson Richard Kelley . Jack Medica . Rynd Miller . Bud Mitchell V Dave Robson . Ray Ryan . Richard Turner SOPHOMORES . . . Bert Anshutz . William Branigan . John Garrett A m Albert Hulbert . Tyler Hull . Bruce Humber . William Kintner T .I I F I John Knowles . Robert Massar . Cecil Mason . William Milne 1 -I ff I' UWM -IL ' ' ff Sam McGhie . Jack McMahon . William Peterson . Wellington Phillips 41111 ITTB I N A ' 1 Delos Schoch . James Sipprell . Robert Squires . Stuart Thompson U IT ff ff N F W UT OT 1 E li' fil 3 -1, Rolla Thorsdale A f I ' 1. 1 - ' n ff gltrl R kiwi Mm' 'V ' u 1 i it . In ta, ,h I' 'I if PLEDGES . . . Edward Becker . Valmer Cameron . Emery Colkett r M - I - LI n J A I' I jf. .qt , D v 'H ' .104 A Joe Collart . William Davis . William Donahey . Howe Foster A I Q ' I' ' V- Scott Goodfellow . Robert Huletz . Henry Jackson . Donald Larson 1 f "- " ' James Marble . Jack McCune . William Norway . Philip Olson R Q ' Q Wayne Olson . Ted Reed . Ted Shaw . Leonard Shortall . John Smith . l . R hlf 2111 East F orty-seventh Street Roy Weaver Bud West und Otto 0 S Founded in 1848 at Miami University 105 Chapters, Washington Alpha Chartered in 1900 h 111 Anshutz, Becker, Bennett, Cameron, Cardin, Case, Colkett, Davis, Donahey, Douglas, Ellis, Fickel, Firnstahl 121 Foster, Garrett, Goodfellow, Gritman, H ewson, Hulbert, H uletz, Humber, Jackson, Kelley, Kintner, Knowles, Larson 131 M acartney, Marble, Mason, Massar, McCune, M cGhie, J. McMahon, P. McMahon, Medica, M errick, Miller, Milne, Norway 1411 Nusbaum, Oberleitner, P. Olson, W. Olson, Peterson, Phillips, Pollock, Reed, Robson, Rodal, Rohlfs, Ryan, Schoch 151 Shaw, Shortall, Smith, Thompson, Turner, Twitchell, Weaver, Westland, Wilcox, Williams 214 Phi Gamma Delta 41-A. Pete Dix . Charles Flynn . George Hannay . Truman Hinkle GRADUATES . . . John Rupp . Park Williams . James Galbraith f SENIORS . . . King Benton . Jim Brock . Jack Bradner . Roger Evans -4 - Dave Huntoon . Bob Watt . Theodore'Wernecke . Bill Laube J UNIORS . . . Robert Banks . Michael Bird . Herbert Condon Henry Georg . Evan Hannay . James Hill . David Kellogg Robert Moch . Rhodes Moller . John Sickenga . Stuart Smith Kermit Wasmuth . John Watt . Rudy Enquist '-',,i SOPHOMORES . . . Stuart Blum . Fred Brush . Owen Clarke . Bob Deming . Richard Everett . Jim Eastwood . Stan Goulter X 'Nfl-I Robert Lamson . Gayley Mortland . Bill Jensen . Bob Martin il Burr Odell . Fred Snyder . John Sutton . William Thompson 4 Forbes Wilson . Bob Watkins . Richard Watt PLEDGES . . .Wallace Atkinson, Jr. . Joseph Bird . Robert Buck Guy Buck . Dave Deming . Tom Harmon . Bernard Kohls . Bert Minard Thomas Kelley, Jr. . Jack Latham . Wayne Murray , Jack Mitchell Warren Philbrick . Bill Ristine . Paul Shoudy . Dick Snyder Leonard Vaupell . Bud Schacht . Allan Trumbull . Norman Wayland Lawrence Wheeler 4 f Q--le 7 n ' "M - Q-M ....--.... -., , .,, -, 4.503 Seventeenth Avenue Northeast Founded in 1848 at fejierson College 73 Chapters, Sigma Tau Founded in 1900 lll Atkinson, Banks, Benton, J. Bird, M. Bird, Blum, Bradner, Brock, Brush, B. Buck, G. Buck, Clarke, Condon, Cook, B. Deming l2l D. Deming, Eastwood, Evans, Everett, Flynn, Georg, Coulter, E. Hannay, G. Hannay, Harmon, Hill, Hinkle, Kellogg, Kelley, Kohls l3l Lamson, Minard, Mitchell, Mach, Mortland, Murray, Philbrick, Schacht, Shoudy, Sickenga, Smith, D. Snyder, F. Snyder, Sutton l4l Thompson, Trumbull, Vaupell, Wasmuth, B. Watt, D. Watt, I. Watt, Watkins, Wayland, Wernecke, Wheeler, W illiams, Wilson 215 ,mp un 'lm 1 Q 4 Phi Kappa Psi FACULTY MEMBERS . . . M. D. Cornu . W. E. Henry . H. J. McIntyre C. C. More . John Ritchie SENIORS . . . Robert Alexander . John Conrad . William Harvey 5 GRADUATES . . . Clarence Dailey . William Millard Fridolf Huleen . John Laughlin . Dale McKnight . Emery Powell Elliot Robertson . Stanley Taylor J UNIORS . . . Robert Bloxom . Wesley Bubb . Cornelius Chavelle Marion A. Keyes . Joseph Lake . William Campbell Smith Jack W. Whiteman SOPHOMORES . . . Ferguson Beall . Donald Cromie . Robert Dahlin James Fenton . Cornell HOH . Edward Johnson . Edward Morse Dixon Murphy . John A. Peilfer . Clair S. Ramsey . John Shaw n ll Torleif Torland PLEDGES . . . James Arms . Ludwig Broze . Robert Buschman Cortlandt Clark . George Gray . Willard Hancock . Albert Hart Max Judy . Howard Kenyon . Ross McKee . Lewis Parker Marcus Perry . Holman Scott . Thompson White . Robert Williams 2120 East F orty-seventh Street Marshall Yost Founded in 1852 at Washington and Jejferson College 52 Chapters, Washington Alpha Founded in 1914- , lfll Alexander, Arms, Beall, Bloxom, Buschmann, Clark, Conrad, Cromie, Dahlin, Eccleston T21 Fenton, Gray, Hancock, Hart, Harvey, H of, H uleen, Johnson, Judy, Kenyon. 131 Lake, Laughlin, McKee, M cKnight, Millard, Morse, Murphy, Parker, Peijer, Perry 141 Powell, Ramsey, Robertson, Scott, Shaw, Smith, Torland, Whitman, Williams, Yost 216 Phi Kappa Sigma t W f' U, . LL ll, FACULTY MEMBERS . . . Dr. Edgar M. Draper . Dr. William Savery Dean Willis L. Uhl . Robert B. Van Horn . William R. Wilson William C. Woemer GRADUATES . . . Roosevelt Basler . Herbert Mjorud . Gordon Parrott William Booth SENIORS . . . Warren Austin . Joe Blake . Burton Bowman . Bob Galer Richard Marshall . Matt Muczynski . William McCaHray . Jack NePa,ge Earl Peterson . Walter Raney . William Ritchie . Harold Rimstad Mark Seymour . Woodrow Ullin JUNIORS . . . Fred Blake. J ack Davis . Ralph Gilbert . Arthur Knutsen l.- --,h .-.-- . xv ' 7 Hilton Lysons . Charles Rickerd . Howard Rolin . William Test 1' N 1 'h M 1:-- -:lt-, Q . 5: . -.. Clifford Van Derveer ' Y R " h V l SOPHOMORES . James Dare . Craig Griilin . Charles Hartman A1 g James Lamont . Ted McCaHray . Orville Olson . Paul Risener , 'ix I , -I A , X PLEDGES . . . Robert Adams . Everett Austin . Robert Butterfield V , , J ' I George Drew . George Franks . Owen Henry . Daniel Lazarevi ch J-SA A -I ' W A l Henry Loew . Russell McCann . Richard McVeety . James Nesbit i Y K I A. ' William Parker . Charles Risser . Robert Ritchie . Dana Rogers T --lr MR MT A ' C ' l ' Ll, Q-- Robert Wohleb . J ack Wyatt . Phil Yager 4711 Seventeenth Avenue Northeast Founded in 1850 at U niuersity of Pennsylvania 38 Chapters, Alpha Upsilon Founded in 1919 lll E. Austin, W. Austin, Basler, F. Blake, J. Blake, Bowman, Butterfield, Dare, Davis, Drew, Franks l2l Galer, Gilbert, Grijin, Hartman, H enry, Knutsen, Lamont, Lazareuich, Loew, Lysons, T. M cCaHray l3l W. M cCaHray, McCann, M cVeety, M jorud, Muczynski, Olson, Parker, Peterson, Raney, Rickerd, Risener 141 Kisser, R. Ritchie, W. Ritchie, Rogers, Rolin, Runstad, Seymour, Test, Ullin, VanDerveer 217 x 'lg Iii -I A lgtyiifmfivg- 'if' 'bi thai' -'R X ' SEQ? , 'E 'YW elm, 4547 Seventeenth Avenue Northeast Founded in 1906 at Miami University 44 Chapters, Alpha Pi Chartered in 1929 111 Anderson, Barker, Bennett, Black, Diemond, F arstuedt, F ulwiler, Gray 121 Hoyt, Morlock, Pugsley, Rhodes, Schleef, Scott, Sensmeier, Wagner 10' Qs' -or hi Kappa Tau GRADUATES . . . Leonard Farstvedt . Walter Rhodes Laurence Sensmeier . Lester Voris SENIORS . . . Edwin Barker . Cliiord Diemond . Willard Gray Edmond Pugsley JUNIORS . . . Warren Anderson . Philip Wagner SOPHOMORES . . . Cortland Black . Paul Hoyt PLEDGES . . . Donald Bennett . Sylvin Fulwiler . Jack Morlock Winston Schleef . John Scott 218 Phi Sigma Kappa FACULTY MEMBERS . . . Don Ballard . Dr. Allen Benham Prof. Merritt E. Benson . Harry Burns . Dr. Herbert Corey . Daniel Elam X Dr. John Guberlet . Irving Jolley . Fred Johnson . Glen Lutey John E. N ewstrom . James N orrey . Dr. Barnett Savery Dr. Rex Robinson . Dr. William E. Wilson UN 9 to 'T M10 a,'oA'G- .... 4: - L' - . ,gt C 4. M, TRANSFERS . . . Leo Donati . Gil Erickson . Edward Johnson John King . George Moseley . Jack Parks GRADUATES . . . Lewis Flanders . Lawrence Hubbard William Howard . Fredrick Johnson . Oscar Marbet . Franklin Reno George Cook SENIORS . . . Harry Bowen . Albert Culverwell . Carroll Easton Gregory Fields . James Flaherty . Earl Gibson . Roy Gustafson Robert Holloway . Mel Kohler . William Longmore . Joe Lutey Jess Maas . Harold Newton . Robert Whitelaw . Wilbur Wood J UNIORS . . . William Barton . Richard Brookbank . Roy Grandey Miller Hansen . Harry Lund . Paul Moore . George McKay Merritt Tanberg . Harold Whitehouse . Charles Williams SOPHOMORES . . . Robert Cole . Earl Collins . Theodore Emerson Evan Geoghegan . Robert Grant . Jack Hays . Mel Heiiner Claude Hubbard . Louis Ogilvy . Donald Prior . Clarence Reid John Rosenkranz . Harold Stack PLEDGES . . . Robert Albright . Jack Arnold . John Buhler Fred Colvin . Woodrow Clevinger . Paul Frederickson . Howard Gamble Russell Hewitt . Lloyd Lopeman . Walter Petty . Edward Rossman Jack Stallcop . Herbert Yandle 4536 Eighteenth Avenue Northeast Founded in 1873 at Massachusetts Agricultural College 52 Chapters, Lambda Deuteron Chartered in 1923 ill Arnold, Barton, Buhler, Colvin, Cook, F laherty, Fields, F rederickson, Gamble, Geoghegan, Gibson i2l Grant, Hays, Hewitt, Holloway, C. Hubbard, L. Hubbard, Longmore, Lopeman, Lutey, Maas, McKay ISI Ogilvy, Owley, Petty, Prior, Rowe, Stallcop, Wade, W illiarns, Wood, Yandle 219 Pi Iiappa Alpha FACULTY MEMBERS . . . Dean S. J. Coon . Dr. Pollard . Frank Jones GRADUATES . . . can Dahlberg . Wesley Hmm SENIORS . . . Hugh Allen . Lewis Dahl . Cal Dyer . Jim Hauschildt Ted Marvin JUNIORS . . . Bob Dahl . John Dunlap . Jerry Fields . George Foley. Bill Greeley . Harry Hansen . Rod J olmston . Jack Keene Ron Richardson . Bob Smith . Otis Wickersham 1""'l SOPHOMORES . . . Phil Anderson . Joe Brott . Dick Dewey Dan Winter E PLEDGES . . . Carol Beamer . Dick Bergholz . Freeman Clark F F Phil Crossman . Knox Marshall . Fred Payne . Bill Pickens Max Pillar . Rex Sears p. 12? J SL 1804 East Fiftieth Street Founded in 1868 at the University of Virginia 80 Chapters, Beta Beta Chartered in 1914 , , ,,,,4l., lll Allen, Anderson, Brott, Crossrnan, R. Dahl, L. Dahl, Dahlberg, Dewey, Dyer l21 Fields, Foley, Hansen, Haaschildt, Hunner, Johnston, Keene, Marvin, Marshall l31 Payne, Pickens, Richardson, Sears, Smith, Wickersham, Winter 220 Pi Kappa Phi FACULTY MEMBERS . . . J. L. Alexander . Dr. Herbert H. Gowen J. W. Hotson . D. H. Mackenzie . V. Sivertz . E. V. Smith A GRADUATES . . . Carl Hedreen . George Ruby . Vic Scheffer SENIORS . . . Lloyd Ajax . Warren Hobbs . Mansfield Murphy Pete Rusos . Robert Snider . Leo Sulkosky . Paul Sulkosky Richard Ultican, .T r. . Williams Waara . Robert Wilson JUNIORS . . . Paul Dull . Lyle Jenks . Craig Marsters Frank Wiksten SOPHOMORES . . . Robert Conner . Willard Vadman PLEDGES . ..Argyle Armstrong . Robert Bancroft . Jess Barnes Chauncey Beach . Newton Broyles . Jim Burton . Ralfe Decker Harry Fraiser . I ack Harms . Robert Nelson . Dean Parker William Polk . Charles Randt . Lauri Rimpila . Stanley Weaver Frank Yuskoii lll Armstrong, Ajax, Bancroft, Barnes, Broyles, Conner, Decker, Frasier E21 Hobbs, Jenks, Marsters, Murphy, Parker, Rimpila, Rusos, Snider ISI L. Sulkosky, P. Sulkosky, Ultican, Vadman, Waara, Weaver, Wilson, Yuskoi 221 I fi lr UF' 41- 1 f W 45413 Nineteenth Avenue Northeast Founded in 1904- at University of South Carolina 4-2 Chapters, Alpha Delta Founded in 1924 si Upsilon SENIORS . . .John Bartleson . Bernard Bourns . Lawrence Culter Kelly Dowd . Harry Jones . John Kienast . Thomas Sheehan , Robert Waltz . George White . Jack Wood cl R ' 17 E X F- in J UNIORS . . . Bruce Bretland . Martin Chamberlain . Charles Newton ,7 Chester Paulson . Bud Reseburg . Howard Richmond . J ohn Walker lk, T ,f" Earle Zinn I SOPHOMORES . . . Clyde Doran . Gordon Gabie . Jack Hill William Johnson . Tate Mason . Thomas Mount . Jean Neighbor Ivan Parry . Robert Pratt . James Rice . Robert Stauif PLEDGES . . . Clarence Ambrose . Robert Bartleson William Cardwell . Curtis Cunningham . James Dexter l Lawrence De Donato . George Emerson . Franklin Fogg . John Gallup --X ' Joe Glass . George Gruger . Joe Henderson . Ralph Jenkins ,fu , Q ,ff Wesley Johnson . Bruce Jones . Dick Lilly . Jack McCarthy I X Q A D7 D y . Gordon Mowat . Matthew Patton . Fred Stutheld . Raleigh Taylor v 1 ' W I f X 1 I H l h James Watts . William Watts 9-s x, e e' 1 - nf, t ,lf if-L -,Jer f" " n if ' '.-Q ' iv ul 6 W "Sf 5 ..iimf1.r fi! Q r - W ' , xmqhx I Qi if 2- - 1818 East F orty-seventh Street Founded in 1833 at Union College V 26 Chapters, Theta Theta Chartered in 1916 - 111 Ambrose, J. Bartleson, R. Bartleson, Blythe, Bourns, Bretland, Cardwell, Chamberlain, Cojin, Culter, Cunningham, Dexter, Doran, Dowd, Emerson 121 F ogg, Gabie, Gallup, Glass, Gruger, Henderson, Hess, Hill, Jenkins, Wesley Johnson, William Johnson, B. I ones, H. Jones, Kienast, Lilly 131 McCarthy, M cCleary, Miller, Mount, M owat, Newton, Patton, Paulson, Parry, Pratt, Reseberg, Rice, Richmond, Russell, Sheehan ' E41 Stauj, Stutfield, Taylor, Walker, Waltz, B. Watts, .l. Watts, White, Williams, I. Wood, R. Wood, Zinn 222 Sigma Alpha Epsilon FACULTY MEMBERS . . . E. O. Eastwood . Major W. D. Frazer I Walter F. Isaacs . F. B. Farquharson 'X X 5 SENIORS . . . Jack Beardwood . Quinn Campbell . Leroy Civille .. ,X Don Cook . Louis Dewey . Bob Geisness . Howard Green XV James Hambidge . Don J effers . Emil J. Laukes . Charles Lawrence Joe McDonald . Bill Pemberton . Clarence Stone . Edward Sands John Taylor . Richard Walton . Robert White . Harry Gilford J UNIORS . . . Jay Adams . Ed. Burkheimer . Charles Howard William Murphy SOPHOMORES . . . Jack Burkheimer . Dave Caldwell . Bill Douglass My V I Hal GeBauer . William Houston . Jack Kime . Robert McKenney EX A ix Peter Mertens . Jack Murphy . Lawrence Parkhill . Jack Reed S11 Q X 5 , V ' A Harris Wiltamuth . Henry Wood X N WH A lb A x PLEDGES . . . George Bartell . Jeff Barry . William Bowden Y 4 l- I l- 'T W mi W, Mark Canterbury . Loren Dewey . Webb Foster . Robert Gove K W I H1 . David Hall . Irwin Hamer . James Hurley . John Mackid . ' .I I X , ,,,' W 0 i AM., , Walter Morbeck . Allen Petrich . Donald Picht . Richard Pratt t , bv' f" hah Jack Rhoads . Lynn Scholes . Richard Still . Lee Stettler I " E Q? 1 Llew Springer . William Vandermay . John Warren 4506 Seventeenth Avenue Northeast Founded in 1856 at University of Alabama 108 Chapters, Washington Alpha Founded in 1904 lll Adams, Barry, Bartell, Beardwood, Bowden, Burkheimer, Caldwell, Campbell, Canterbury, Civille, Di Julio, Loren Dewey l2l Louis Dewey, F oster, GeBauer, Gifford, Cove, Hall, Hambidge, Hamer, Houston, Howard, Hurley, Kime l3l King, Laukes, Lawrence, Mackid, M cKenney, M orbeclc, Murphy, Parkhil l, Pemberton, Picht, Pratt, Reed l4-l Rhoads, Sands, Scholes, Springer, Stettler, Still, Walton, Warren, White, Wood, Vandermay 223 igma Chi , -1 :Mu ,el . I SENIORS . . . Paul Abbott . Ted Bell . Ward Bowman Warren Bowman . Winslow Brooks . Russ Burns . Bill Heaman r Xl X Gilbert Houghton . Warren Marsden . Lynn Miller . Ed Moore I ' ' Bill Speidel . Orin Tapert . Clyde Wagner J UNIORS . . . Max Aberdorfer . Ed Clanton . John Connolly Ariel Edmiston . Bill Fielding . Bob Gust . Olle Hedbring Art Hemenway . Gene Holland . Les Hollenbeck . Herb Ihrig . Al Kelly Les Leslie . Jim Nicholson . Bud Paulsen . Bob Poeppel . Ray Shepherd lk i- W SOPHOMORES . . . Warren Anderson . Larry Bar . Hersh' Druxman Bob Egge . Dick Egge . Clark Home . Emerson Lounsbury Frank McHugh . Charles Marr . Charles Martin . John Phillips Kerner Phillips . Merl Ringenberg . Gene Scott . Wade Sheehan Maynard Stokes . Ed Taake . Chuck Wagner . J oe Welch PLEDGES . . . Jim Brownell . Dick Brownell . Benson Chandler Vern Drye . Bud Ericksen . John Holland . Bicker James Conrad Lamping . Bob Lent . Ken Maclnnis . Bill Magowan Fred Moe . Jim Mohn . Homer Spencer . George Tyler . Pete Whithed -lr f - - ' 1716 East F arty-ghfth Street Founded in 1855 at Miami University 94 Chapters, U psilon U psilon Chartered in 1903 lll Anderson, Ansley, Bar, Bowman, D. Brownell, J. Brownell, Burns, Chandler, Clanton, Connolly, Drye, Ericksen, Fielding, Horne l2l H eaman, H edbring, H emenway, E. Holland, I. Holland, H ollenbeck, Houghton, Ihrig, James, Kelly, Kinzel, Lamping, Lent, Leslie l3l Lounsbury, N. Marsden, W. Marsden, Martin, Miller, Magowan, Moe, Mohn, Moore, Oberdorfer, Paulsen, I. Phillips, K. Phillips, Poeppel Ml Ringenberg, Shepherd, Speidel, Stokes, Taake, Tapert, Wagner, Walker, lklch, Whiteleather, Whithed ' 224 o 1 1113 ll FACULTY . . . Edmond Meany . Russell Barthell vo ,ll sENloRs . . . Glenn Boyle . Robert Daley . William Desmond Afizgflbmgf Dan English . Leonard Foley . Eugene Frost . Howard Grimm Jack Hardy . Carl Hossman . Jack Howe . Robert Martln -' Robert Milligan . Frank Plumb . Joe Templeton . Jeff Tesreau Howard Tuttle . Richard Uhlmann John Hounsell . Lee Jacobi . Robert Karr . Robert McDonald . J oe Ryan Philip Schoel . Frank Windust . Frank Wittenburg F .l UNIORS . . . Cy Braden . Werner Brown . Otis Cavness . Steve Girard K SOPHOMORES . . . James Cruzen . Berwyn Geoghegan Q ,', Ju Jackson Gilpatrick . Robert Green. John Gruber . Robert Keating ' X :I A .. 'I Clyde Lieser . Russ sandquisr Z1 I 55 N , 1 j 5, f l - - e l l. I 1 1 l HT IU Q X PLEDGES . . . Stanley' Choyce . Lee Edwards . Jack Gannon Z , ? r V HT Don George . Richard Glenn . Elwood Gunnerson . Bob Harriage IL,-L Ill ff -I , ' M Jerry Leedeman . Don Lindsay . David McGinnis . James Malone , - l U if ,I 1, I rl: fl W J? Arthur Means . J ames Neander . Rolland Neibauer . Edward Nowogroski MYR I V xr" . n-F ' ' fl , i , .J . -1 1 4-f I Paul Parker . Bruce Quimby . Chan Thomas . John Wheatley -L -"fi f f ,,,.,. 4' " ' ' J ' 1616 East Forty-seventh Street Founded in 1869 at Virginia Military Institute 96 Chapters, Gamma Chi Chartered in 1896 lll Beales, Braden, Cavness, Choyce, Cruzen, Daley, Edwards, Foley, Geoghegan, Gilpatrick, Girard, Glenn L21 Green, Grimm, Gruber, Gunnerson, Hardy, Hossman, Hounsell, Howe, Jacobi, Karr, Keagy, Keating L31 Lindsay, McGinnis, Malone, Means, Milligan, McDonald, N eibauer, N eander, N owogroski, Parker, Plumb, Quimby E41 Ryan, Sandquist, Schoel, Stewart, Templeton, Thomas, Tuttle, Wheatley, Windust, Wittenberg 225 ' ., uw K .. Q Xgvllf ' vi i 4504 Sixteenth Avenue Northeast Founded in 1901 at University of Richmond 68 Chapters, Washington Beta Founded in 1922 Sigma Phi Epsilon SENIORS . . . Alan Ainey . Benson Allen . Robert Briggs Fred Crowl . Fred Galer . Don Hill . Richard Olson . Orville Pence Don Shields . James Skinner . Wayne Stortz . Dow Tinker Lawrence Waldron . William Ward JUNIORS . . . William Botzer . James Bloomfield Richard Fredericks . Kenneth Fuller . Walter Hall . George Hogan Charles Johnson . Dean McHan . Delwyn Muller . Henry Rosenberg Earl Parker . George Lipsky SOPHOMORES . . . Frederick Bergseth . Harry Baker . Boyd Childs Clyde Fellows . Paul Fredericks . William Hillman . Van Hillman Leonard .lobe . Malcolm Miller . William Pritchard . Hans Rice Karl Richardson . Don Taintor . Dean Turner . Max Tonn, I r. PLEDGES . . . Stewart Birrell . Douglas Button . Raymond Cook Don Dayton . James Flint . Warren Gay . Charles Holmes William Lennox . Richard Lewis . Thomas Perry . Richard Purtich Elmer Stewart . Douglas Taft I11 Allen, Baker, Bergseth, Botzer, Briggs, Button, Childs, Crowl, Dayton, Fellows, P. F redericlcs, D. F redericks' I2l Fuller, Galer, Gay, Gipple, Hall, Hill, W. Hillman, V. Hillman, Hogan, Holmes, Jobe, Johnson l:3l Lennox, Muller, M cH an, Olson, Pence, Perry, Pritchard, Purtich, Rice, Richardson, Roberts, Rosenberg l4l Sellers, Skinner, Shields, Stewart, Stortz, Taft, Taintor, Tonn, Turner, Waldron, Ward 226 Sigma Phi igma 'Q M59 FACULTY . . . W. L. Beuschlein SENIORS . . . Clare Collins . Don Gustafson . Jack Nyre Al Thiel . Richard Whiteleather .JUNIOR . . . Al Langenwalter SOPHOMORES . . . Ernest Ewing . Phil Rosser PLEDGES . . . Marshall Alexander . Glen Collins . Charles Gable John Gable, . Mel Goldsmith . Art Grant . Rex Hanson . J im Hite George Krebs . Russel McCloy . Stuart Morrill . Ed Palmason Vic Palmason . Floyd Parker . Jack Ryan . John Shanafelt Jack Stanley . Andy Sutton . John Thorstenson . John Wiatrak - 0, O we T' K 4 5 11" n ii, 4 i it 513552.11-1 4 ' if 'LNii1i'a u ' jig N I' J n qfiiffg' "W 1412! -fi 5 . 'ra' ' G' s 1 ' 211' . -me 1 4- v , ,U , my n - 5: 1 I - to G-. is L to C ,C 4732 Twenty-first Avenue Northeast Founded in 1908 at University of Pennsylvania 18 Chapters, Pi Chartered in 1928 E11 Wiatralc, G. Collins, C. Collins, Ewing, C. Cable, I. Gable, Goldsmith, Grant E21 Gustafson, Hanson, H ite, H ovey, Langenwalter, Morrill, Nyre, E. Palmason 131 Shanafelt, V. Palmason, Stanley, Sutton, Thiel, Whiteleather 227 f - - - 4757 Seventeenth Avenue Northeast Founded in 1897 at Vincennes University 33 Chapters, Alpha Gamma Chartered in 1926 oi maPi SENIORS . . . Eric Ericsson . Gordon Morseth . Paul Radlxe J ay Ramson JUNIORS . . . Winston Brough . Lee Campbell . ,lack Keith William Rockhill . George Stenson SOPHOMORE . . . Wade Byers PLEDGES . . . Harold Halvorson . Bob Jennings . Howard Jones Alfred Munkres . John Strelo . Ed Tolan . Fred Tolan William Vanderboom . .lack Van Zanten Ill Brough, Byers, Campbell, Cole, Ericsson, Fox, Halvorson, Jones l2l Keith, M orseah, Munkres, Ranson, Rockhill, Stenson, Thatcher l3l E. Tolan, F. T alan, Vanderboom, Van Zanten 228 I Tau Kappa Epsilon FACULTY MEMBERS . . . Dr. H. K. Benson . Dr. H. A. Burd Dr. F. J. Goodrich . Dr. D. S. Jeffers 'A,,,....- ul' , 7 J Y N . GRADUATE MEMBERS . . . Donald Beatty . Arthur Kellogg XA , Paul Thompson . Donald Van Cleve V SENIORS . . . John Bading . Paul Fellman . Carl Hallia Marion Nelson . Wade Parker J UNIORS . . . Norman Carmichael . Gordon Daly . Richard Gepner Ren Peirson . Douglas Wightrnan Wayne Johnson . Osmo Johnson . Kenneth Leach . John Meyers X K SOPHOMORES . . . William Bevis . Robert Cruikshank Van Donaldson . David Williams PLEDGES . . . Clare Bonebrake . Max Cady . Robert Christenson Blaine Cobb . John Finley . Mitchell Gasparovich . Dom Kuljis Richard Lamb . George Martinson . Donald Murphy . Edwin Nelson Robert Owen . Robert Randall . Andrew Roye . Paul Ryan Barton Stanton . Arvo Williams 4510 Twenty-first Avenue Northeast Founded in 1899 at Illinois Wesleyan 39 Chapters, Chi Founded in 1926 lll Bading, Bevis, Bonebrake, Cady, Carmichael, Christenson, Crziikshank, Daly, Donaldson, F ellman, Finley l2l Gasparoviclz., Gepner, H allia, Johnson, Kellogg, Kuljis, Lamb, Leach, M arlinson, Meyers, Murphy l3l N elson., Owen, Parker, Randall, Raye, Ryan, Stanton, A. Williams, D. Williams 229 JY 'Q' Tau Phi Delta 194 1 ' , 'f at A FACULTY MEMBERS . . . Bror L. Crondal . Hugo Winkenwerder ASSOCIATED MEMBER . . . Stig Schenstrom N SENIORS . . . Bill Beeman . Roy Carlson . Jerry Dunford . Bob Fuller Dick Hammond . Henry Harrison . Oliver Proud . Roger Young ' JUNIORS . . . Gordon Bell . Chet Olson . Walt Schaeffer . Vic Stevens fl ii Corson Williams . Hubert Wilson v .. H - ill la ,W soPHoMoREs . . . Wan Austin . Ross Bowles . Ray Des Camp L, Us -' 67 Ray Dunham . .lack Geerds . Don Hill . Lawrence Pattison E' f l 9 Max Sarchett . Chuck Simpson . Ralph Stryker f B X f M E g " f ' I : la - """ ' PLEDGES . . . Bill Benecke . Harold Chriswell . J ack Corkery h Q J , IZ, l X V Merton Dawley . Floyd Fogelquist . Frank Grunow . Bill Hagenstein K ' 4. 1 .ho ' ' -'- 'I j ' N , Ray Hornbeck . Larry Joris . Mel Twerdal . J ack Wilson i C 'fr Z n ' ' ,1 " P I ' fb, np, Nl 9 L ir Mn- . ? ,JL ' A ' is ' ,ff 4616 Twenty-first Avenue Northeast Founded in 1923 at University of Washington 3 Chapters, Washington Alpha Founded in 1923 lll Austin, Beeman, Bell, Bergh, Carlson, Chriswell, Corkery, Des Camp, Dunforzl l2'l Fuller, Geercls, Hagerstein, Harrison, Hill, Joris, Olson, Pattison, Proud l3l Sarchett, Schaeffer, Simpson,'Stevens, Stryker, Twerdal, Williams, Wilson, Young 230 Theta Chi C FACULTY MEMBERS . . . Dean Shepherd . Dr. Stevenson Smith Dean Gould GRADUATE MEMBERS . . . Bill Graham . . . Earle Swanson SENIORS . . . Mel Chapman . Charles Haworth . Richard Hodge Jud Hubbart . Gil Krom . Bill Sells . Bill Wilmot . Fred Velikanje JUNIORS . . . Ernie Anderson . Streeter Beall . Adrian Curtiss ZX Gordon Hambley . Lyle Higgins . Ed Hillyer . Robert Howie Len Johnson . Frank Melder . Haines Paterson . Art Reed ' , - XLS X X Paul Sampson ..., - X 'X ,MM X ll, L SOPHOMORES . . . Ray Anderson . James Funk . Don Granston l ll l U -L1 , i ' ' A Leif Harris . Ed Meyer . Leo Pierce . Robert Rieke . Graham Smith ' ' J oe Steele-Shaw . Victor Vaughn . Bruce McKay N' Q 'qu llll 1 ' X - L '1' if PLEDGES . . . Helmer Asplund . Edward Borgen . Stan Brand . l Nx 1 ., thx C 1 Paul Cozine . Golland Clark . Carl Christopher . Walter Elliot I . . ,puq 5 tl ' J if James Fogarty . Robert Hervey . Mack Koon . Gil Kvam . Earl Lee ' If n -51. I H hav t it ' t H Ev.-LL V L X Tom McMahon . Fred Peterson . Bill Smith . Ned Snelgrove -'-Q - ' " ' ' - ' I ' ' A Gerald swanson . Paul Wagley ffglg 4 -V 4535 Seventeenth Avenue Northeast Founded in 1856 at Norwich University 50 Chapters, Alpha Rho Founded in 1925 ill E. Anderson, R. Anderson, Asplund, Borgen, Brand, Chapman, Christopher, Curtiss, Elliott, Fogarty i2l F unk, Cranston, Hambley, Harris, Haworth, Hervey, Higgins, Hillyer, H odge, Howie l3l Hubbart, Johnson, Koon, Krom, Kvam, McKay, McMahon, Melder, Meyer, Pierce l4l Reed, Rieke, Sampson, Sells, Smith, Steele-Shaw, Swanson, Vaughn, Velikanje 231 Oh 4 vw fgfjwe P We ' x. ., Q., . . tif? J . li 1 Theta Delta Chi SENIORS . . . Bruce Helberg . Robert May . Walter Oros Harold Selvidge . George Sayles . J ack Sweek . John Williamson JUNIORS . . . Dave Herald . James Larwood . Tom Ramsey ' Leo Saukko , Ray Tremblay . Fred Weingarten SOPHOMORES . . . Donald Hamilton . Pierce Kimball John Meagher PLEDGES . . . Esler Bechtel . Lewis Berry . Lawrence Chambreau John Finney . Robert C. Greene . Wilbur Hopkins . Bob Johnson Francis Lockwood ,- 41.2-if 4-532 Nineteenth Avenue Northeast Founded in 1847 at Union College 29 Chapters, Xi Deuteron Founded in 1913 -ll 111 Berry, Chambreau, Greene, Hamilton, Herald, H elberg, Hopkins, Johnson, Larwood l21 Lockwood, Meagher, Ramsey, Saukko, Sweek, Tremblay, Weingarten, Williamson 232 Theta Xi George E, Goodspeed . George Kelez . Brents Stirling 'X FACULTY MEMBERS . . . Robert Q. Brown . Austin V. Eastman 2 I Charles E. Weaver . Hewitt Wilson . Clayton S. Huey V ' GRADUATE MEMBER . . . .loe Rutkowski SENIORS . . . John Hill . Robert Hill . Arthur William Hooton Edgar Irish . Paul McKnight . J oe Shea . Lyman Wiltshire JUNIORS . . . Howard Anderson . Leonard Bonar . Martin Brooks Jack Fay . James Gaudina . Archibald Q. Jones . Dan Knisely SOPHOMORES . . . Howard Beach . Carl Bronson """" Clayton Nordstrom . Earl McBratney . Harold Rudow o ' 1 W ll-V ll Willard E. Wiener l'l'l'l'l' TIT! PLEDGES . . . Gordon Bird . John Brown . Lewis K. England Philip Foss . Bill Farrell . Milton Hoeman . Wesley Jorgensen Bill Maloy . Dick Oswin . Lorin Peterson . Milton Raymond Forrest Sainsbury . Ernest Smith . Roy Stirrat . I ack Winn X-5 t V i X Wi. LR A Q - X -Q. S 4522 Eighteenth Avenue Northeast Founded in 1864 at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute 36 Chapters, U psilon Founded in 1915 lll Anderson, Beach, Bird, Bronson, Brooks, Brown, England, Farrell, Fay, Foss, Gauclina l2l B. Hill, I. Hill, Hoeman, Hoolon, Irish, Jorgensen, Knisely, Malay, McBratney, Nordstrom, Oswin l3l Peterson.. Raymoml, Rudow, Sainsbury, Smith, Stirrat, Wiener, Wiltshire, Winn 233 3 ,55 X if X - p 4760 Twenty-first Avenue Northeast Founded in 1898 at College of the City of New York 34- Chapters, Alpha Mu Chartered in 1922 Zeta Beta Tau SENIORS . . . Sam Altose . William Danz . Adolf Koch Harold Seligmann . Jerome Weinstein . Philip Weinstein JUNIORS . . . Lester Asheim . Sanford Bernbaum . Stanley Cohen Laddy Gross . Herbert Lauterstein . Leon Levy . Alan Porteguese SOPHOMORES . . . Donald Cohan . Irwin Sigmond PLEDGES . . . Sylvan Cohen . Carl Koch . Norman Kossis . Melvin Lune Paul Michelson . Alex Rozenkrantz . Marvin Tipp Ill Altose, Asheirn, Bernbaum, Cohan, Stan Cohen, Sylvan Cohen, Danz, Gross l2l A. Koch, C. Koch, Kossis, Lauterstein, Levy, Lurie, Michelson, Porteguese l3l Rosenkrantz, Seligmann, Sigmond, Tipp, J. Weinstein, P. Weinstein 234+ Zeta S1 .4 I FACULTY MEMBERS . . . Clyde Robinson . Dr. Howard Woolston X s X l X SENIORS . . . Edward Argersinger ..F rank Browning . Joseph Codd Palmer Evanson . Edward Kretzer . George Kunz Warren Manchester . Sam Mills . William Tibbits X JUNIORS . . . John Carter . Charles Duify . Donald Holden X John Hunter . Marshall Moore . Graham Wills l X SOPHOMORES . . . Cecil Drury . David Gellatly . John McKeehan Donald Meiklejohn . James Mills . George Morry . Richard Moser Robert Pinkham . Robert Woods PLEDGES . . . Ernest Belknap . Gene Brown . Melville Corbin Fred Duffy . David Harrah . Gordon McGregor .' Robert Meigs Duncan Moore . William Ries . Rocke Robertson Jr. Richard Vaughan . William Wood -It ,- 4-703 T wenty-first Avenue Northeast Founded in 184-7 at New York University 28 Chapters, Phi Lambda Founded in 1920 ill Argersinger, Belknap, Brown, Browning, Carter, Codd, Corbin, Dowd, Drury, C. Duffy l2l F. Dujy, Evanson, Gellatly, Harrah, Holden, Kretzer, Kunz, Manchester, Martin, McKeehan. l3l Meigs, Meiklejohn, J. Mills, S Mills, D. Moore, M. Moore, Marry, Moser, Pinlfham, Ries T4-l Robertson, Sr. Vincent, Tibbits, Wills, Woods, Wood, Vaughan, Voellmeck 235 MINER BAKER-because he is a former president of the YMCAg because he is a former president of Adelphig and because he too has an admirable record as a varsity debater. LOIS DELANO-because as president of Phrateres, she Worked out a large extension of the inde- pendent Women's organization-With the coopera- tion of Caroline Cearhartg because she is a mem- ber of Totem Club and Mortar Board. KEITH MCDONALD-because Hal Grayson, a for- mer USC yell leader, said Scotty was the best yell king he has seeng because he was chairman of the Yell Leaders, conferenceg because he had a major part in organizing the Malamutes and is a member of Oval Club. EVERETT SHIPEK-because he put in more than a season of slavery as senior football managerg and because any independent has to be "plenty good" to be named football manager in this school. 236 faq ,U Q if Phrateres Federation PHRATERES is a federation of independent Women's organizations founded at the University of California at Los Angeles in 1927. The Washington chapter, second of seven, was chartered in 1929. This group is responsible for the social activities of unafliliated Women and deals with such matters as affect social groups. OFFICERS . . . SUB-CHAPTER PRESIDENTS . . . Lois Delano, President V Beta, Doris Spencer Caroline Gearhart, Vice-President Chimes, Sue Heines Eleanor Strornme, Secretary D. A. R., Eleanor Kennedy Alice Weaver, Corresponding Secretary Lambda, Belle Berch Audrey Smith, Treasurer Kappa, Sylvia Weinstein ' Tolo, Leona Priebe CABINET ' ' ' Theta, Pat Linton ' Helen Hayden, Social Chairman Zeta, Jo Coontz Eva Warner, Historian Woodrow, Mary Frances Morthland Margarete Chalfant, Membership Chairman Nu, Dorothy suave Alice Monrad, Standards Chairman Lewis and Clark, Dorothy Boling Marjorie Quist, Expansion Chairman MCKemwy, Ann 0,Mahoney I Evelyn KTUPPQ Activities Pan Hellenic Representative, Lois Delano Maurine Mallory, National Chairman ' Ill Berch, Boling, Chalfant, Delano, Gearhart, Hayden, H eines, Kennedy f2l Krupp, Linton, Mallory, M onrad, M orthlancl, Nieding, 0'Mahoney, Priebe l3l Quist, Smith, Sneve, Spencer, Warner, Weinstein 238 Chimes of Phrateres SENIORS . . . Leone Knight . Frankie Phelps JUNIORS . . . Alice Brakke . Dorothy Field . Susie Heines Bernita McCaffrey . Marjorie Stark SOPHOMORES . . . Mary Frances Bendzulla . Jeanne Hummer Eleanor Huot . Julia Klein . Edith Nielson . Phyllis Sheidler Ruth Siegel FRESHMEN . . . .lean Anderson . Wilma Branson . Mary Brilhart Lois Crueger . Betty Madge Fowler . Gladene LaVigne Genevieve Motteler . Cecile Nelson . Fayne Silbaugh Gwynne Williams . Jean Wolff ASSOCIATES . . . Beth Cooperman . Caroline Cearhart Verna Silaugh . Lois Wilson Ye! En 1 .ln Ill Brilhart, Fowler, Gearhart, H eines, Hummer, H uot, Klein, LaVigne l2l M cCa1frey, M otteler, Nelson, Phelps, Siegel, Sheidler, F . Silbaugh l3l V. Silbaugh, Stark, Williams, Wilson I 239 . . R. of Phratere S ' FACULTY . . . Bertha Kuhn . Sara Norris Mark . Clara Hunt Somers r- May Dunn Ward 15 . GRADUATES . . . Annalois I-Iertzberg . Helmi Louko n 0 SENIORS . . . Lois Delano . Elizabeth Fulton . Lida Hanna W- X Kathleen Hunter . Maurine Mallory . Helen Meyer . Margaret Ningler Arbutus Nordstrom . Iris Wade . Frances Williamson JUNIORS . . . Trova Caldwell . Ester Derbyshire . Katharine Goodsell Q Bernice Hansen . Eleanor Kennedy . Helen Knudson X Anah Grace Nelson . Marjorie Redfield . Bessie Rehkopf ' Alberta Sheckels . .l une Shinkle . Helen Williamson ' SOPHOMORES . . . Margrete Anderson . Harriet Ansart . .lean Dyer A rl' Fl' t A .lane Gear . Kathryn Madden . Hazel Moschetto . Marget Murray - rr X rl' , Miriam Parks . Evelyn Phillips . Marjorie Quist . Louise Stevenson -....nn...,,, e X R11fhSWa11S011 , , ' ' " l vu I v -ag F RES1-IMEN . . . Margaret Brown '. Florence Carlson . wumulu, . in 1 Georgia Christensen . Dorothy Driftmier . Helga Enkeboll f 'J W" ' - -P' A ' ' 1 ' ' Mary Hutchinson . Mary Ann Marble . Mary Elizabeth Trobaugh Y -'---- fT' Jessica Weymouth . Edith Willey 47141 Seventeenth Avenue Northeast National Charter Granted by Congress in 1896 University of Washington Chapter Organized in 1896 Phratares Sub-Chapter Organized in D. A. R. House in 1929 lll Caldwell, Carlson, Cuhristensen, Delano, Enlceboll, Fulton, Gear, Goodsell, Hansen, Hunter . l2l Kennedy, Madden, Mallory, Meyer, Murray, M oschetto, Ningler, Nordstrom, Parks L31 Phillips, Quist, Redfield, Rehkopf, Robinson, Stevenson, Swanson, Wade, Willey 240 I Tolo of Phrateres SENIORS . . . Laura Ames . Vivian Hickman . Elizabeth Peet Alda White JUNIORS . . .Virginia Brownell . Elsa Cordes . .lean Liedloff Leona Priebe Qi...- w J - bb' .1 lx it 'ii gy t I "ln SOPHOMORES . . . Anne Bradley . Marjorie Noble . Elizabeth Pratt Ramona Rockway . Geraldine Ringstad X, EE' X1 r FRESHMEN . . . Sue Bradley . Dorothy Brodsky . J une Eldridge l l Bernice Hubert . Margaret Kendall . Kathryn Randles 5 'f Dix Jeannette Ringstad . Eileen Runacres . Roberta Schumann QE - 5 ll 1' - ---f - -v lm 135. Constance Sloss . Frances Washburn Y rp, ' -I ',,,.:., ' IL Q i Q - Q .Tu I ll' ' '73 l W., t 'l 1 4. . . ' 5 . Sw ll 'Ah X l i l - 'I f sw ,ix Ill! 'LMI' N f Y 'I ' 1 s i -ra x M 4703 Eighteenth Avenue Northeast Founded in 1920 at the University of Washington 1 Chapter, Tolo House Chartered in 1920 l11 Ames, Bradley, Brodsky, Brownell, Cordes, Eldridge, Hickman, Hubert l21 Kendall, Liedloff, Noble, Pratt, Priebe, Randles, G. Ringstad, J. Ringstad l31 Rockway, Runacres, Schumann, Sloss, Washburn, White 2441 ll, Lambda and Kappa of Phrateres Nu GRADUATE . . . Alice Nuttall SENIORS . . . Gladys Hansen Alice J ones . Dorothy Preston Rachael Rantala JUNIORS . . . Marion Dahlstrom Margaret Farrington Thorum Johannsson . Greta Lofgren Dorothy Sneve SOPHOMORES . . . Lillian McClinton Louise Robinson FRESHMEN . . . Dorothy Deming Carola Forrest . Carolyne May Lambda SENIORS . . . Eugenia Davis Evalyn Krupp . Harriet Woodward JUNIORS . . . Belle Berch Florence Rattray . Frances Rohrhack Helen Thompson SOPHOMORES . . . Nancy Harvey Ottilie Kepner . Virginia McKilliam Geraldine Salkin . Bonna Seaman Cecil Spencer FRESHMEN . . . Eva Aronson Josephine Sommers . Esther Woron Kappa SENIORS . . . Margaret James Louise Thompson . Eva Warner JUNIORS . . . Ruth Janson Sylvia Weinstein SOPHOMORES . . . Frances Bay Beryl Conrad . Myrtle Elduen Phyllis Le Gro . Kathleen McCarty Ina Mullis . Marie Rood Cecille Solomon . Marjorie Young FRESHMEN . . . Harriet Ansart Gladys Birchdale . Evelyn Cheek Emme Eaetwyler . Eleanor Larsen Mildred Mielkey . Elsie Norlancl Marie Rathswohl . Eileen Williams Ill Berch, Cheek, Davis, Elduen, F arrington, James, Janson, Iohannsson l2fI Jones, Krupp, May, Phillips, Preston, Sneve, Solomon, H. Thompson lf3l M Thompson, Warner, Winstein, W illiams, Woodward, Vamlerslice 242 Beta and Theta of Phrateres Beta MEMBERS . . . Geraldine Allernan . Margaret Corlett Minnie De Shazo . Enid Draper . Edith Freeman Thelma Freeman . Paula Gebo . Dolores Goodwin . Joy Gwinn Helen Hayden . Ramona Henn . Caroline Jamison Grace Johnson . Ella Leib . Elizabeth McSparron Elizabeth Masters . Mary Moifat . Shirley Pape Dorothy Phillips . Anita Schank . Louise Shaifrath Doris Spencer . Siri Sundherg . Edna Walters . Jane Wickman Dorothy Schumacher . Etta Belle Terwilleger ASSOCIATE MEMBERS . . . Beverley Chapman Alice Davidson . Harriet Ferch . Vera Fetch Theta MEMBERS . . . Nada Ahrens . Zona Benson . Elaine Alice Burnett . Barbara Crowder . Betty Lou Davis Peggy Eastman . Marie Ellert . Geneva J eifers Marjorie Johnston . Alice Krogh . Pat Linton Maxine Miller . Alice Monrad . Winona Nichols Erma Roe Patton . Marguerite Payne . Irene Reise Marion Schonhorn . Doris Sims . Elizabeth Stewart Eleanor Stromme . Esther Stromme . Jeanne Taylor Esther Weaver Berg Ill Ahrens, Burnett, Ceder, Chalfant, Davis, Eastman, Evans, Freeman, Gwin, Hayden l2l Henn, Krogh, Linton, M onrad, Nichols, Pape, Phillips, Ross, Schonborn l3l Shafrath, Sims, Smith, Spencer, Splies, Stewart, Sandberg, Taylor, Terwilligar, Warner, Wickrnan 243 Le i and lark A ' t' GRADUATES. . . Estelle Camp . Evelyn Forbes . Irenee Lambert . Catherine Mead N I Evelyn Walker X N xii ' SENIORS E ' ' ' ' Q R Z, l . . . umce Ancierson . Ruth Bolrng i. Helen Erickson . Mary Howard E L E ' f Edith Kammeyer . Rose Kipper . Dorothea Morita . Carol McIntyre . Audrey Olson X 1 i . ' 'X X , Frances Rapp . Ruth Rowan . Miyaco Sato . Hazel Schafer . Charlotte Scott 2 X' 'X , Mary Elizabeth Swaney . Margaret Wells 1 . n E . I. X7 JUNIORS . . . Maxine Arehart . Mariam Beal . Isabelle Braidwood . Wanda Colbert f ,1 " ' .I -., Lois Dunbar . Anne McCutcheon . Ruth Otterstedt . Frances Pendergrast 1'-i -I s I F V 1 Esther Slater . Nellie Thomas . Bemice Winsor ,, K V- ' A ' --"' A141 Y A A l ' L Q V ln' -red' ' l SOPHOMORES . . . Dorothy Anderson . Marie Berry . Laura Mae Brown . Lillian Carlson A Mary Ann Caughran . Barbara Fassett . Mary Flint . Harriet Francis . Virginia Haggerty , . W' Ethel Haworth . Ruth Hodson . Alice Hoefer . Fern Keeler . Mildred Maule . Y Barbara Morrison . Helen Peters . Nancy Peterson . Wanda Smith . Doris Stuart I 5 . I Louise Teeter . Ethel Thomlinson . Kaley Uyematsu . Mary Ann Wickersham . 2- fs s r E FRESHMEN , . . Ada Armstrong . Alice Armstrong . Esther Aune . Margaret Bathen . Rae Bartley . Rose Berns . June Boggan . Florence Carr . Frances Carr , , Grace Christiansen . Betty Colbert . Emily Cox . Lillian Coyne . Louise Davis V. , I - , I Alice Dwinell . Ruth Ekdahl . Ruth Gartner . Betty Jean Gordon . Betty Jane Harper lf , , fr,-I . Ana Mae Johnson . Helen Johnson . Margaret Johnson . Evelyn Knop . Carlotta Kuntson I - 1 - ' , 5 v , -4 - '. "v-5-5 " -'W A ' - " Alberta Krieger . Sylvia Krusor . Esther La Montague . Margaret La Montague 7 Marietta Malone . Dorothy Miles . Genevieve Motteler . Helen Norkool . Audrie Oulds X Founded in 1899 at the University of Washington Yvonne Pendergrast . Charlotte Smith . Mary Beth Snyder . Dorothy Stein Eleanora Webster . Margaret Williams lll D. Anderson, E. Anderson, Aune, Beal, Berry, Boling, Brown, Cox, Coyne, Dwinell l2l Ekdahl, Erickson, Flint, Francis, H aggerty, Knutson, Krieger, Krusor, Lambert, Maule E31 M otteler, Olson, Otterstedt, Oulds, Pendergrast, Peters, Peterson, Rapp, Rowan Ml Schafer, Scott, Smith, Swaney, Uyernatsu, Wells, Wickersharn 2441 ewman Hall POST GRADUATES . . . Lillian Day . Elizabeth Joyce Maureen Mansfield SENIOR . . . Eileen Nevin JUNIOR . . . Mary Vander Leest SOPHOMORES . . . Mary Ford . Pearl Gattavara Marion Hahn . Marion Pohlman ff li- V 4508 Sixteenth Avenue Northeast Foundations at the Universities of Texas and Massachusetts University of Washington Newman Hall organized in 1934 by Dominican Sisters ' Gattavara, Hahn, Pohlman, Vander Leest, Joyce, Ford, Nevin 2 4 5 W lpha Kappa Lambda FACULTY . . . Dr. John E. Corbally . Walter W. Glaeser Arthur Hillman . Dr. George B. Rigg SENIORS . . . John Allen . William Ashton . Castle Bradeen - A Glenn Burrows . Edson H. Dow . J ack McClintock . Richard Melton X .- Daniel Prosser . Hugh Scott . Harry Starbird gil-HE JUNIORS . . . Perry Donaldson . Philip Kendrick ' ' SOPHOMORE . . .Allen sem ag ,wal 1.5 1 1. M y PLEDGES . . . Robert Allen . Glenn Bowersox . Donald Nettelblad ,lmuulv if! - . - 1 -, , ff? liwiei ll ' Q ' ,. 1 -' .ti 1,-ft lv. if ff-1 l X 1-Q , 4738 Seventeenth Avenue' Northeast Founded in 1914- at University of California 1, Allen, R, Allen, Burrows, Kendrick 9 Chapters, Theta Chartered in 1929 M 615011, -4- SCOU, H - Scott, Stllfbifd MEMBERS . . . Molly Fukutani Yuriko Higuchi Mitsuko Hirata Chiye Horiuchi PLEDGES . . . Lilly Hirata Mieko Kajiwara 0 Fu 0 liill JAPANESE WOMEN,S ORGANIZATION OFFICERS . . . Miyaco Sato, President Mary Mori, Treasurer Mrs. Thomas S. Masuda, Adviser Chiye Horiuchi, Corresponding Mary Tsukuno, Vice President Michiko Morita, Historian Lilly Takeuchi, Recording Secretary Yukiye Kiriyama Sueko Matsushima Michiko Morita Hana Koriyama Mary Mori Masako Obazawa Norichiyo Makino Toshiko Morimizu Minnie Ota Tsunechiyo Makino Fumiko Morita Fumi Saoka Ruth Kazama Mayko Kumasaka Katsuko Nakata Sono Kikuchi Hide Morimizu Mary Okamura Secretary Miyoko Tanaka Lilly Takeuchi Miyoko Tanaka Mary Tsukuno Mary Yasumura ' ' u Mlchlko Yasum T21 Kaley Uyematsu Yoshiko Yamada Shuko Yoshihara Sato Tiukuno, Mori, H ariuchi, Morita 2416 Japanese Students Club Founded at the Uni vers ity of Washington in 1907 MEMBERS . . . Bain Chiba Howard Fujii Takashi Fujii Charles F uj ishige Shoji Fukui Naohisa Hayoshi Joe Higuchi Saburo Hisayasu Samuel Hokari Tom Imori Torn Iriye . PLEDGES . . . Toru Araki Tetsuo Fujita George Hagihara George Hasegawa Martin Hirabayashi Masanori Horiuchi Hiroshi Hoshi OFFICERS . . . Kenji Ito, President . Eddie Shirnomura, Treasurer Katsuj iro Uyeda, Vice President E Yoneo Hirade, William Mimbu, Auditors William Takahashi, Secretary Saburo Hisayasu, Corresponding Secretary Paul lsho Minoru Masuda Eddie Shimomura Katsuj iro Uyeda Kenji Ito William Mimbu Fuj itsugu Suzuki F. K. Uyeminani S. Kanaya F. Miyamoto C. Taiyoshi Shio Uyetake Mitsuo Kashiwagi Peter Katsuno Donald Kazarna Shozo Kiyomizu Yoshiyuki Koitabashi Akira Kubushiro Yukio Kumamoto Tsuyoshi Kuramoto Sekio Hoshide Minoru Kanazawa Hitoshi Jawahara Shiyi Kimura Roy Kosaka Hiroo Matsumoto Hiroaki Minatoya Yuichi Nakagawa John Nakamura Victor Nakmura Noboru Nishisaka Richard Nomura S. Okamaru Frank Saito Frederick Shimanaka Shigeru Morita D. Murakami Kenji Nagaishi Tsuoyoshi Nakamura Hiromi Nishimura Takao Okada Toru Sakahara Harry Takagishi William Takahashi David Tanabe Charlie Tatsuda Frank Toribara Toshio Tsuboi Kazuo Tsukuno H. Tsuzuki Sherlock Shimbo Ronald Shio Katsumi Takakoshi George Terada Frank Terusaki Henry Tsuchiya Harold Tsukuno Hiroshi Watanabe S. Yagi George Yanagimachi Tadashi Yonago George Watanabe Fumio Yagi Floyd Yamamoto Masao Yayoshi Rinichi Yoda Ito Uyeda, Takahashi, Shimomura, Hirade 247 Pil rim Club Dansie, Jenner, Longmore, Kennedy, Markley, Coryell, Weidert CONGREGATIONAL students' organization founded at the University of Washington in 1924. Its purpose is to establish and maintain both religious and social contacts among its members. OFFICERS . . . William Dansie, President Jean Kennedy, Recording Secretary Norma Jenner, Vice President Nellie Markley, Corresponding Secretary William Longmore, Second Vice President Kenyon Coryell, Treasurer COMMITTEES . . . ATHLETICS . . . Jack Osterhaut MUSIC . . . Jean Wolff STANDISH CLUB . . . Quentin Tracy ART . . . Helen Jenner PUBLICITY . . . Margaret Kennedy TELEPHONE . . . Dick Anderson DRAMATICS . . . Albert Lewis PUBLICATIONS . . . Carl Brakel PRESIDENT or SIGMA ETA CHI . . . Clarice Weidert FINANCE . . . Bob Hannan RELIGIOUS E DURATIM . . . Orrin Stoddard HOUSE . . . Ruth Forster SOCIAL . . . Alice Thompson OFFICERS . . . Santiago Soriano, President Andres Pascua, Treasurer Silvestre Tangalan, Vice President Pedro Baltazar, Assistant Treasurer Lorenzo Anunciacion, Secretary GRADUATES . . . Bernardo Acena Andres Bigornia Lauro Catibug Pedro Guiang Vicenla Navea Marciano Raquel Numeriano Seguritan Meleclo Todedo Blas Baraoidan Mariano Castillo Simeon Daquigan Rafael Jacinto Cleto Oliveras Trinidad Rojo Silvino Tallido Procopio Victorlano SENIORS . . . Frank Berkenkotter Proceso Polido Santiago Soraino Silvestre Tangalan .IUNIORS . . . . Lorenzo Anunciacion Narciso Della Severn Pedro Mil Remigio Pascual Juan Singson Viclorio Velasco Pedro Baltazar Juanilo Dionieio Arturo Pacis Pedro Sagun Subas Ubongen Antonio Sison SOPHOMORES . . . Narciso Caeabelos Emilio Fabico Francisco Flores Dalmacio Malianmn Silverio Mendoza Ricardo Perucho Vicente Payuyu Valentin Tabzos Victor Castillo Jeminiano FeBenito Geronimo Garces Fernando Martinez Alejandro Miguel Andres Pascua Fulgencio Rumbaca Eplfamo Tungpalan FRESHMEN . . . Mariano -Balancio Mateo Corpuz N. L. Gonzales Vicente Laurente Julius Ruiz Juaquin Terren Felix Zamora Felipe Bigornia Vicente Flor Joe Guerrero Antonio de Luna Philip Suure Nnmeriano Valin Rufino Cacabelos Maxine Coming Belen de Guzman George Plaeencia Antonio Tangalin Antonio Vergara Soriano, Tangalan, Anunciacion, Pascua, Baltazar 248 GILBERT ALLEN CROCKETT THOMAS HARRY EDWARDS FREDA EHRLICH VINCENT WILLIAM EVANS WILLIA GETZENDANER DORSEY DUANE HILL RODERICK JOHN MILLER ROBERT EMMETT O'LEARY ELMER LEONARD OMDAL MARY ALICE SHAW GEORGE SPENCER SHULTZ MAXINE DOROTHY SMITH JOSEPH WEBER CARL HERBERT WEISMAN Bennett, Charles-102 66, 218 Abbott, Paul-4-1 Abbott, Waddington-80, 208 Abel, Ruth-41, 91, 185 Abrahamson, Courtney -212 Abrams, Melvin-41 Activities, Washington Headliners-86 Adair, Katheryn, 104 Adams, Donald-138, 206 Adams, Dorothy-179 Adams, Janet-41 Adams, Jay-66, 223 Administration and Deans-20-25 Administration, Wash- ington Headliners-16 Aetzel, Virginia-188 Ahlquist, Norman-41, 150 Ahlquist, Raymon d-41, 167 Ahonen, Arthur-41, 92, 123 Ahrens, .lean-175 Ahrens, Nada-243 Ainslie, Mary-41, 190 Ainsworth, Audrey-66 Ajax, Lloyd-41, 221 Albee, Frances-41 Alexander, Jack-209 Alexander, Robert-41, 78, 216 Algyer, Erwyn-102 Algyer, Orville-41 Alien Com-100 Allen, Arthur-66 Allen, Benson-41, 226 Allen, Henry Coburn-20 Allen, Hugh,-41, 220 Allen, John A.-41, 246 ..- ...- re A?"-2 5 Armstrong, Orena-28, 41, 91, 108, 185 Ameil, James-66, 204 Arneson, Peggy-187 Arnold, Jack-219 Arnold, Mary Amelia-41, 181 Asbury, Charles-104 ' Asbury, Margaret-104 Ash, Ellis-66, 211 Asheim, Lester-66, 234 Ashleman, Russell-66 Ashton, Bill-80 Aska, Don-204 Asplund, Helmet'-231 ASUW Managers-34 ASUW Officials-30 ASUW, Washington Headliners-28 Athletic honor pages- 115, 116 Atkinson, Clinton-102, 201 Atkinson, Wallace-215 Atwood, Clair-66, 176 Aune, Esther-244 Aurenheimer, Coach ,A.A. -136 Austin, Everett-217 Austin, Warren-66, 217 Austin, Walt.-230 AWS executive council- 95 AWS Prcsidcnt's council -94 Axclson, Arnsden-41 Aylen, Phoebe Lu-66, 181 Bacheller, Ruth-183 Backstrom, Bert-41 Bading, .lohn-41, 229 Baggott, Janis-176 Bailey, Dorothy-66, 95, 191 Allen, Lewis-41 Allan, Robert Allyn, Marvin-66, 78, 79 Alpha Kappa Lambda -246 Altose, Deborah-41, 79 Altosc, Sam-41, 234 Ambrose, Clarenc-222 Amcs, Laura-41, 104, 241 Andersen, Rudolph-208 Anderson, Agnes-66 Anderson, Don-41, 82, Bainbridge, .lean-41, 179 Baker, Carolyn-184 Baker, Dick-130-131, 204 Baker, Harry-226 Baker, Lam-200 Baker, Martha-190 Baker, Miner-41, 105, 236 Baker, Ruth-41, 191 Baldwin, .lean-41, 160, 176 85,211 Anderson. Donald-40, 66 Anderson, Dorothy-244 Anderson, Dorothy-66, 185 - Anderson, Erni-66, 231 Anderson, Eunice-41, 244 Anderson, Howard-66, 233 Anderson, Margaret-41 Anderson, Marie-66, 179 Anderson, Phil-220 Anderson, Raymond-205 Anderson, Thomas-41 Anderson, Ray-231 Anderson, Violet-66, 94, 156, 186 Anderson, R. Warren- Balhiser, Margery-191 Ball, Betty-183 Ballard, Francis Edgar- 41 Ballard, Richard--66, 153, 208 Balmer, Thomas-19 Balsiger, Bett-175 Baltazar, Pedro-66, 248 Baltzo, Howard-41 Bancroft, Robert-41, 221 Bangs, Kathryn-66, 178 Banks, Betty-192 Banks, Betty-183 Banks, Laurina-66, 185 Banks, Robert-66, 215 Banks, Virginia-185 Bannick, John-132-133 Bannick, Mary-74, 169, 178 Bar, Larry-224 Anderson, Warren-66, 224- Anderson, William-201 Arms, James-216 Andrews, Peggy-184 Angle, Jimmy-113, 137 Animal Kingdom-100 Anshutz, Bert-212 Ansley, Jack-66 Anunciacion, Lorenzo P -66, 248 Argersinger, Edward M. -41, 90, 92, 118-121, 235 Armstrong, Argyle-221 Armstrong, Louise-41, 180 Barclay, Condon-41, 165 Bardue, John-202 Barker, Edwin-41, 218 Barlow , Viola-66, 189 Barnes, Burton-133 Barnes, Billie-66, 175 Barraugh, Jane-66, 191 Barry, Jeff-223 Bartell Geor e-223 , E Bartells, Jacqueline-181 Bartholet, Catherine-41 Barthrop, Emma Lou-42, 182 Bartleson, John-42, 222 Bartleson, Robert-222 Bartlett, Isabelle-42, 194 Ill!!! DEX Barton, Bill-66, 219 Barton, Elizabeth-183 Baseball-130-131 Bash, Mary 1.-24 Basketball-126-128 Basler, Roosevelt-198, 217 Base, Ferne-189 Batt, Donald-66, 212 Butt, Wendell-212 Bauer, Wolf-42 Baughn, Robert-42 Baxley, Betty-42, 178 Bayless, -Dorothy-178 Beach, Genevieve-42, 143 Beach, Howard-233 Beal, Miriam-66, 24-4 Beall, Ferguson-216 Beard, Hillary-175 Beardwood, Jack-42, 223 Beasley, Hollis-42, 205 Beattie, Elizabeth-42 Beatty, .lack-204 Beck, Bruce-204 Beck, Broussais-66 Beck, Helen Maree-195 Becker, Edwards-212 Beckwith, Bob-66, 211 Beebe, Curtiss-66, 211 Beebe, June-42, 184 Beenxan, William-42, 157, 230 Beers, Mary Elizabeth- 66, 192 Behrens, Howard-42 Belcher, .lean-42, 175 Belfrey, Arthur-4-2, 212 Belknap, Ernest-235 Bell, Gordon-66, 230 Bell, Ted-133 Belt, Donald-66, 212 Belt, Dorothy-42, 180 Bender, Lillian Anne- 183 Bendix, Betty-66, 149 Bendix, Richard-34, 42 Benedict, Adele-193 Benedict, Margaret-179 Benediktson, Christine- 195 Benediktson, Nanna-66, 195 Bennett, Don-80, 218 Bennett, George-66, 109, 204- Bennctt, ,lim-66, 212 Bennett, Mabel-190 Bennett, Muriel-66, 175 Bennett. William-212 Bennigson, Maxine-80, 177 Benson, Asst. Prof.-83 Benson, Betty-42, 89, 91, 178 Bentley, Betty-42 Benton, King-42, 139, 198, 215 Benz, Eleanore-185 Berch, Belle-66, 238, 242 Beran, .lack-102 Bergh, Lawrence-4-2, 230 Bergbolz, Dick Berghuis, Dana-66, 212 Berkenkotter, Frank-42 Bergren, Marian Bergseth, Frederick-226 Berlin, Gordon-66, 204 Bernbaum, Sanford-66, 234- Bernhoft, Eloise-66 Berns, Rose-143 Bernstein, .lane-177 Berry, Allan-212 Berry, Doris-66, 104, 179 Berry, Lewis-102, 232 Berry, Marie-244 Berry, Ruth-66, 111, 192 Bertrand, Margaret-176 Between classes-12 Bevis, William-229 Biel, Millicent-66, 185 Bierly, Charles-66 Biggle, Annabel-66, 79, 82 Biggs, .lohn-74 Bigham, Bernice-42, 191 Big "W" Club-140 Bilan, Ernestine-42, 179 Biles, Robert-42, 211 Billingsley, Joy-191 Bills, Caryl-42, 191 Bird, Barbara-66, 104, 194 Bird, Gordon-66, 102, 233 Bird, Joseph-215 Bird, Michael-215 Bird, Win-106 Bishop, Jean-74-75, 188 Bishop, Ralph-66, 126- 129, 140 Bissell, Irline-193 Bitar, Daniel-148 Bitar, Emmanuel-42, 148 Bjorge, Jean-43 Bjork, Eugene-4-2 Bjork, Wilbert-42 Black, Cortland-66, 218 Blackford, William-66, 208 Blair, Allen-201 Blair, Donald-42 Blake, Fred-66, 217 Blake, Helen-66, 190 Blake, Joe-42, 84, 92, 153, 217 Blaney, Eunice-185 Blalock, Alan-205 Blalock, Raymond-205 Blanchard, Ruth-191 Blixt, Margot-66 Bl0X01!l, Bob-66, 216 Bloxom, Merritt-204 Blum, Stuart-215 Blythe, Steward-42 Board oi Control-31 Board of Regents-19 Bogardus, Richard-211 Bold, Neil-42 Boles, William H.-66, 202 Boley, .lack-84 Bolin, Lorenz-209 Bolin, William-66 Bollen, Mary-170 Bolles, Coach Tom-1l8- 121 Boling, Dorothy-238 Boliug, Ruth-4-2, 244 Bond, Charles-74, 113, 122-125, 138, 14-0, 143, 206 Bond, Randal-148, 206 Bonebrakc, Cleve-66, 229 Bonnell, Dan-66 Bonner, Sally-66, 188 Bookstore--32 Boone, Betty-66, 192 Boose, Barbara-183 Boppell, Kathleen-42 Bergen, Edward-231 Borgersen, Melvin-42, 137, 205 Borhek, Barbara-168 Bori, Lucrezia-96 Borkland, Margery-183 Botzer, William-42, 105, 196,226 Boulton, Cy-131 Bounds, Leone-66, 193 Bowden, Bill-66 Boums, Bernard-42, 222 Bouslield, Mary Jane- 190 Bowman, Burton-42, 217 Bowman, Eunice-66, 190 Bowden, William-223 Bowen, Barbara-190 Bowman, Warren-42, 224 Boyd, Agnes-66, 175 Boyer, Frances-66, 178 ..r Brabrook, Betty-43, 195 Brackett, George-66 Brackett, Mary Lou-66, 181 Bradbury, Ed-201 Braden, Cy-66, 225 Bradlee, Carl-43, 152 Bradley, Anne-241 Bradner, .lack-215 Brainard, Roberta-182 Brakke, Alice-66, 149 Branch, Kenneth-203 Branch, Marjorie-192 Brand, Dorothy-43, 168 Brand, Stan-231 Branson, Iola-66 Brandmeir, Mary-186 Brandt, Stafford-212 Brandt, William-4-3 Branson, Iona-43 Brazier, Carl-78, 82, 85 Breda, Firmo-212 Brehm, Katherine-65, 14-3, 187 Breon, Richard-43 Bretland, Bruce--66, 222 Brigham, Marian-182 Briggs, Robert-43, 129, 140, 226 Brilhart, Mary-239 Brinig, Helen-177 Brinsmead, .lohn--43 Brock, James-43, 212 Brodsky, Dorothy-241 Broman, Harry-136 Bronneman, Leroy-137 Bronson, Carl-66, 233 Brooks, Harold-201 Brooks, Howard-201 Brooks, Martin-233 Brooks, Robert-208 Brooks, William-43 Brotherton, .lane-100, 144, 163 Brott, Joe-220 Brough, Winston-66, 228 Brougham, Bud-124 Brown, Betty-66, 183 Brown, Betty-186 Brown, Gene-235 Brown, Fred-204 Brown, Gordon-66, 162 Brown, Jeanette-180 Brown, John-233 Brown, Kathryn-181 Brown, Laura May-244 Brown, Mary .lane-184 Brown, Robert-202 Brown, Shirley-43 Brown, Stanley-205 Brownell, Dick-224 Brownell, .lim-224 Brownell, Peggy-38, 65, 66, 98, 190 Brownell, Virginia-66, 241 Browning, Frank-43, 235 Broyles, Newton-221 Broze, Ludwig-136 Brush, Bud-215 Bruckart, .lohn-138, 206 Brush, Fred-66 Brygger, Barbara-190 Bryson, James-43 Buchanan, Dorothy-175 Buchanan, .lane-67, 184- Buck, Bob-215 Buck, George-208 Buck, Guy-215 Buchner, Betty-65, 67, 99, 188 Buck, Muriel-67 Buchman, Elsie-143, 176 Bucknell, Roy-67 Buell, Mary Jane-192 Buell, Persis-180 Buikin, Burl-43, 114, 123-124, 140, 206 Bugge, Erling-43 Buhler, .lohn-219 Bulow, Borghild-43 Burcl, Prof. Henry A.-22 Burd, Peggy-67, 178 Burdick, Harry-43 Burdon, Maribel-188 Burke, Henry-43 Burke, Tony-123 Burkhalter, Eva-43, 195 Burkhart, Eleanore-67, 175 Burkhart, Martha-192 Burkheimer, .lack-223 Burnett, Alice-243 Bums, Barbara-43, 185 Burnes, Byron-24, 43, 198, 212 . Burns, Russell-4-3, 224 Burr, Louise-67, 188 Burrows, Glenn-43, 154-, 246 Busby, Gail-195 Buschmann, Robert-216 Buschmann, Ruth-185 Bushnell, Eleanore-43, 89, 190 Butler, Hugo-200 Butterbaugh, Grant-155, 221 Butterfield, Glenn-209 Butteriield, Robert-217 Butterworth, Alice-189 Button, Douglas-226 Bye, Oluf-43, 84, 153 Byers, Ralph-102 Byers, Wade-228 Byles, Carol-192 Byington, Joe-43, 209 Cadet Ball-109 Cady, Max-229 Cadwell, Jim-204 Cahen, Bob-82 Cain, James-113, 138, 122-125, 206, 140, 74 Caldbick, Helen-43, 181 Caldwell, Dave-223 Caldwell, Trova-67, 98, 240 Calkins, Kathleen-67, 78, 80, 185 Callahan, .lack-200 Callarman, Barbara-191 Calvert, Catherine-187 Cameron, George-4-3, 210 Cameron, Valmer'-212 Camozzi, Marguerite-194 Camp, Leo-43 Campbell, Bette-193 Campbell, Dorothy-67 Campbell, Fred-165, 202 Campbell, Gerald-43 Campbell, .lim-67 Campbell, Margaret-190, 80 Campbell, Quinn-43, 223 Camperson, Franklin-43, 201 Campus Day-37 Cannon, Kenneth-211 Cannon, Margaret-104 Cannon, Bruce-67 Canterbury, Mark-102, 223 Capos, Nicholas-67 Carbery, James-67, 200 Card, Ernest-67, 200 Cardiff, Margaret--43, 176, 143 Cardin, Pat-43, 212 Cardwell, William-222 Carey, Betty-67, 190 Carey, Frank-4-3, 154 Carleton, Kathryn-4-3, 183 Carlson, Florence-240 Carlson, James-67, 201 Carlson, R. 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Kenneth-44 Chapman, Melvin-44, 231 Charette, William-67 Charles, Jim-212 Charles, Mildred-44, 179 Cheadle, Arliene-44, 91, 95, 183 Cheek, Evelyn-242 Cheever, Harry-206 Chessher, Frances-187, 108 , Chessher, Hasseltine-67, 78, 79, 187 Chesterley, John-67, 200 Chiappa, Virginio-44 Childs, Boyd-226 Chilman, EIsiw175 INDEX Chiswell, Harold-4-4, 157, 170 Chittenden, Paul-44, 212 Chittenden, Thomas- 205, 212 Choyce, Stanley-139, 225 Christensen, Georgia-2410 Christensen, Royal-67 Christensen, Pat-176 Christensen, Robert-229 Christian, Asst. Prof.-83 Christian, E. Lloyd-44 Christiancy, Jeanne-183 Christiansen, Inez-191 Christopher, Carl-231 Chriswell, Harold-230 Church, Priscilla-44, 158, 192 Civille, Leroy-44, 223 Clanton, Edward-67, 224 Clark, Cortlandt-216 Clark, L. D.-67, 210 Clark, Ruth-192 Clark, Shirley-78, 79, 82, 83, 95 Clarke, Owen-44, 212 Clarke, Ted-44, 201 Classes, Washington Headliners-38 Clawson, Betty-188 Clemen, Mary Elizabeth- 180 Clement, Barbara-186, 143 Cleveland, Al-199 Clifford, Addison-44, 137, 141, 211 Cline, Margaret Jane-67, 180 Cline, Virginia-67, 175 Clinton, Katherine-186 Cloud, Kenneth-102 Coats, Ruth-44 Coburn, Mederies--188 Cochrane, Henry P.-44 Codd, Joe-44, 235 Coffin, Frank-222 Coffman, Caroline-44, 78, 79, 82, 83, 89, 91, 169, 185 Coffman, Maxine-67, 191 Cohan, Donald-234 Cohen, Frederick-44 Cohen, Stan-136, 138, 234 Cohen, Sylvan-234 Colbert, Edwin J.-44 Colby, Robert-44 Colcock, Alberta-175 Colcock, Audrey-184 Colcock, Gloria--184 Cole, Bob-204 Cole, Charlotte-67 Cole, Elizabeth'--44 Cole, Kenneth-67 Cole, Marcella-175 Cole, Mary-74, 187 Cole, Robert--44 , Coleman, Barbara-188 Coleman, John-44, 207 Coleman, Ruth-67, 194 Colkett, Emery-212 Colkett, Lua-192 Collins, Clare--44, 227 Collins, Glen-227 Columns-80 Colvin, Fred-219 Colvin, Virginia-184 Commerce in the Air-11 Compass and Chart-113 Compton, Mary Dick-44, 190 Concerts-96, 97 Condon, Herb-67, 215 Condon, Dean Herbert- 24, 32 Condon in the Sun-14 Congdon, Emeline-44, 190 Conley, Mary Jo-44 Connolly, John-224 Connor, Joe-76, 82, 167 Conner, Robert-221 Conover, Carolyn-44, 91, 98, 184 Coon, Dean Shirley-21 Conrad, John-44, 216 Conway, Tom-202 Cook, George-161 Cook, Marjorie-183 Cook, Ray-75 Cook, Richard--44, 127, 128, 140, 198, 204 Cooper, Elsie-170 Cooper, Leslie-44, 204- Copeland, Robert W.-44 Corbin, Melville-235 WASHINGTQN ATIILETES wear Q C T 0 N E If AWARD SWEATERS MANUFACTURERS OF CI-IARMED LAND KNITTED WEAR QCTQNEK KNITTING CQ. 1626 FIFTH AVENUE SEATTLE MAIN 2296 252 . 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E.-24 Draper, Robert-102 Drew, Georgw217 Drew, Mary-46 Drummond, Vivian-46, 163 Drury, Cecil-235 Drye, Vem-224 Duhail, George-211 Du Bois, Rebecca-46, 175 Duff, Dorothy-67, 167 Duffy, Charles-67, 235 Duffy, Fred-235 Duffy, Jane-46, 184 Duffy, Katherine--188 Dunbar, Donald-102 Duncan, Harold-102 Duncan, Wendell-46, 161 Dunford, E. Gerard-46, 157, 230 Dunford, Jim-67, 207 Dunn, Margaret-185 Dunn, Maurice-4-6, 138, 206 Dumin, Zita-67, 190 Duryee, Josephine-46, 193 INDEX Duryee. Kenneth-46, 92, 205 Du Vall, Robert-46 Dvorak, August-26 Dwinell, Alice-244 Dyer, Calvin-46, 220 Earley, Eva Marie-65, 67, 110, 193 Eastman, Frank-46, 206 Easton, Charles-102 Eastwood, .lim-78, 215 Eaton, Julia-187 Eaton, Marjorie-67, 180 Ebright, .lansw175 Eccleston, Betty-46, 189 Eccleston, Charles-46 Eck, Kathryn-67 Eckroat, Patricia-181 Edgar, John-165 Edinger, John-46, 83, 211 Edmiston, Ariel-132, 133, 137 Edmundson, Hec-126- 127, 132-137, 166 Edwards, Betty-186 Edwards, Bob-67 Edwards, Lee-225 Edwards, Marian-67 Egge, Bob--113, 126-127 Eggerts, Roberts-67, 201 Ehlinger, Elaine--46, 184- Eicher, Dorothy-180 Eicher, Helen--180 Ekdahl, Ruth-244 Ekholm, Marjorie-184 Elberaon, Donald-4-6, 204 Eldridge, Douglas--136 Eldridge, June-241 Elduen, Myrtle--242 Election Committee-34 Ellingwood, Elizabeth- 175 Elliott, Margaret-67 Elliott, Walter-231 Ellis, ValerieP190 Elmore, Daniel-208 Elsbree, Leonard-209 Elworthy, John Sherman -64, 137 Embury, Jane-79, 80, 183 Emel, John-201 Emerson, George-222 ,2 Engdahl, Anna Louise -46, 184 Engdahl, Lucilln?184 Engineers' Informal-113 England, Lewis-233 England, Negley-92, 132-133 English, Dan-46 English, Helen-187 English, Theodort+212 Engstrom, Margaret-67 Enkeboll, Helga-240 Enkeboll, William-46, 203 Enloe, Bob-204 Enquist, Rudy--114, 130- 131, 139 Ensley, Grover--105 Erckenbrack, Mary-64, 79 Erdahl, Nancy-78, 79, 80, 14-9 Ericksen, Bud-224 Erickson, Helen-46, 244 Ericsson, Eric-46, 228 Eriksen, Arnw46 Eriksen, Costa-67, 205 Eshom, .lane-191 Esslinger, Helen-67 Evans, Jean-175 Evans, Louise-46 Evans, Roger-34, 46, 86, 92, 126-127, 139, 215 Evanson, Palmer-46, 156, 235 Everett, Dick-215 Everett, Warren-209 Ey, Gertrude-67, 178 Ewing, Ernest-227 Fairbanks, John-67, 159, 161 Fairborn, Lorene--67, 179 Falahee, Norman-82 Farmer, Edith--46, 176 Farmer, Franoes-100 Farnham, Donald-102 Farran, Violet-191 Farrell, Bill-233 Farrena, Bill-67, 204 Farstvedt, Leonard-218 Fasten, Janet-177 Fay, Jack-233 Featherstone, Margaret -187 56 THE OFFICIAL PHOTOGRAPHER FOR TYEE l of qmp 5 ive KENNELL LL1 ARTIST PHOTOGRAPHERS 518 CRARY BUILDING FIFTH AT UNION 257 ' O AWARD SWEATERS EVERY LETTERMAN'S MOST CHERISHED POSSESSION Product of OLYMPIA KNITTING MILLS, Inc Olympia, Washlngton u . 1 Feddersen, Janet--187 Federspiel, Gratia-186 Feist, Doris--177 Fellman, Paul-46, 229 Fellows, Clyde-226 Fenton, James-216 Ferch, Harriet--46, 63 Ferguson, Ann-190 Ferguson, Eloise+184 Ferrier, Marjorie-186 Ferris, Bob-200 Fetta, Albert-46, 212 Fetterly, Ronald-46, 203 Fickel, Robert-212 Field, Fritz-68, 152 Fielding, Bill-68, 137, 224 Fields, Gerald-46, 220 Fields, Gregory-46, 219 Filipino Club-248 Finch, Hubert-206 Fink, Ida-47 Fink, Marceline-47, 78, 79 Finley, Iohn-229 Finn, Marion-68, 190 Fir Tree-90 Firnstahl, Jerome-68, 212 riser, Pat-68, 95, 149, 192 Fisher, Kathleen-68, 189 Fisher, Mary Ann-133 Fisher, Russell Carl-68, 212 Fisher, Milliam-47 Fisseil, Bob-68, 204, 139 Fitton, Beth-149, 188 Fittou, Charlotte--98, 149, 188 Fitton, Elsie-47, 89, 91, 98, 189 Fitzgerald, Ellen-47 Fitzpatrick, Catherine-47 Flaherty, James-219 Flanagan, Warren-124, 125, 140 Fleishman, Maxine-177 Fleming, Louise-89 Fletcher, Gail-204 Flint, Mary-244 Floe, Agnes-47, 193 Floe, Haldis-47, 193 Floe, Odney-193 , INDEX Flood, Betty-139 Fluke, 1. Maurice-47, 150 Flynn, Charles-47, 139, 215 Flynn, Mary-104 Fogarty, James-231 Fogg, Franklin-222 Foley, George-68, 220 Foley, Leonard-68, 108, 225 Forbes, Joyce-142 Forde, Joseph-68, 212 Foresberg, Glenn--102 Football-122, 123, 124, 125 Forsander, Donald-68 Fortune, William-207 Foss, Philip-47, 153, 233 Fosse, Evelyn-185 Fosse, Vivian-68, 185 Foster, Howe-212 Foster, Julia Anne-47, 180 Foster, Webb-223 ' Fowlds, Jack Fowler, Betty Madge-239 Fox, Raymond-38, 47, 108, 228 Fraisher, Ethelwynne-47 Francis, Harriet-244 Franco, Robert-68 Frank, Dan-200 Franklancl, Chuck-30, 90 Franks, Georgef6B, 217 Frasier, Harry-221 Fraternities falphabeticalj 197-235 Fraternities, Washington Headliners-196 Frazer, Jim-136, 14-1 Frazer, Shirley Mae--47, 180, 114, 143 Frederick, Richard-68, 226 Fredericks, Paul-148, 226 Fredericltson, Paul-75, 219 Freebum, Annabelle-195 Freeman, Thelma-47, 243 Fretwell, Richard-47, 206 Frey, Gean-181 Friedlander, Herman-47 Friedman, Cecil--162 Frink, Betty Ann-190 Frohming, Florence Ann -66 Frosh Oiiicers-75 Frost, Gene-132, 133 Fryar, Carolyn-193 Fujishige, Charles-47 Fuller, Kenneth-47, 226 Fuller, Robert-47, 170, 198,230 Fullerton, Margaret-184 Fulton, Celeste-175 Fulton, Elaine-68, 95, 175 Fulton, Elizabeth-47, 240 Fulton, Jack-27 Fulton, Jane-180 Fulwiler, Oral-218 Funk, James-231 Fuyo-Kai-246 , Gabel, Joe-47, 206 , Gabie, Gordon-84, 222 Gable, Charles-227 Gable, John-47, 227 Gadke, Fred-140, 202 Galbraith, Jack-204 Galbraith, Mary-47 Galbraith, Anne-190 Galer, Fred-47, 92, 113, 132 . 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Hanlon, Herbert-207 Hanna, Lids-48, 68,181 Hanna, Virginia-176 Harman, Eleanor-178 Hannan, Mary Ann-48, 175 Hannay, Evan-68, 68, 215 Hannay, George-34, 48, 215 Hanover, Jack-90, 131 Hansen, Bernice M.-68, 240 Hansen, Frances-181 Hansen, Harry-68, 137, 220 Hansen, John R.-43, 212 Hansen, Kenneth-102 Hanson, Rex-227 Hanson, Ray-207 Hanson, Wilbur-137 Harding, Charles--48 Harding, James-48 Hardy, Jack--34, 40, 48, 92, 136, 137, 138, 141, 198, 225 Haring, Clinton-136 Harlan, Carra-48, 183 Harmon, Melba--48 Harmon, Tom-215 Harms, John-48 Harper, Elizabeth-48, 192 Harper, James-212 Hari-ah, Charlotte-143 Harrah, David-235 Harries, William-48 Harrington, Constance -68, 175 Harris, Bernice-175 Harris, Betty M.-25, 49 Harris, Dick-207 Harris, Elizabeth L.-49, 91, 185 Harris, Howard--100 Harris, Leif-231 Harris, Ken-40 Harris, Kristin-74, 178 Harris, Sam-49 Harris, Whitney-31 INDEX Harrison, Frances-143, 185 Harrison, Gordon-68 Harrison, Henry A.-49, 230 Harrison, Martha-190 Hart, Albert-68, 216 Hart, Mary Helen-187 Hart, Robert C.--49 Hartman, Charles-217, 118-121 Hartnett, Betty-49 Hartson, Margaret-25, 39, 91, 95, 192 Hartson, Mary Frances- 24, 68, 94, 95, 1.69, 192 Harvey, Cleva-49 Harvey, Nancy-142 Harvey, Willard-201 Harvey, William-49, 216 Hastie, Grace-68 Hatch, Margaret-104, 182 Hatch, Merton-220 Haugen, Vivian-142 Hauschildt, James-68, 220 Hauser, Ieane-187 Hauser, Richard-138, 206 Hawes, Kinne-68, 200 Hawes, Nat-200 Hawes, Robert-49, 204 Hawkins, Albert-49, 154 Hawkins, Harold--132 Hawkins, Kenneth-68 Hawks, Frank-212 Hawley, Catharim?84, 193 Hawley, Forrest-104, 212 Haworth, Charles-68, 141, 231 Hayden, Helen-68, 156, 238, 243 Hayes, Dorothy-49 Haynes, Katherine-180 Hays, Jack-219 Hays, Ruth-49 Hayward, Leah-175 Hendrick, .luntP68, 104, 193 Healy, Margaret-68, 184- Hesman, Betty Jane-68, Hedbring, 0llor68, 224 Hedin, Sigrid-40, 49, 78, 79, 91, 95, 144, 169, 176 Heines, Susie Le?4-9, 111, 233, 239 1-Ieitmsnn, Beatrice-68, 179 Helberg, Bruce-49, 232 Helekal, Lizette-191 Helmle, Hans-68, 201 Hemenway, Arthur-68. 224 Hemingway, Lavinia-49, 183 Hemmen, Herbert-49 Hemphill, Dorothy--14, 68, 95, 149, 188 Hemrich, Doris-175 Hemrich, Gloria-184 Henderson, Joe-222 Henderson, Isabel-49, 190 Henderson, Margaret-68 Hendrey, Mary Lou-49, 185 Henn, Romona-49, 143, 243 Henry, Owen-217 Hepton, Virgil-49 Herald, Dave-68, 104, 232 Herbert, Tom-49 Hergert, Patricia-188 Hervey, Robert-231 Hervin, Eleanor-49, 98 Herz, Margaret-49, 91, 98 Hess, Marjorie-25, 31, 32, 49, 91, 95, 176 Hess, Sam-31, 68, 222 Hetherton, Jean-58 Hewitt, Russell-219 Hewson, Wilbur-68, 212 Hickey, Louis-201 Hickman, Marie-49 Hickman, Vivian-49, 24-I Higgins, Lylw68, 231 High School Leaders' Conference-35 Hilands, William-49, 206 Hilen, Mary Jane-168, Harrison, Agnes-68 80, 183 188 Harrison, Dorothy Mae Heaman, Bill-34, 49, 92, Hill, Dorothy-175 A 4 -184 224 Hill, Don-49, 226 see? 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L.-136, 143 Hoisington, Don-92, 202 Hokari, Samuel-137 Holden, Don-69, 138, 235 Holland, Eugene-68, 224 Holland, John--224 Holland, Virginia-189 INDEX Holloway, Bob--48, 220 Holman, Betty-25, 50, 89, 91, 94, 98, 184 Holman, Harriet-184 Holmes, Charles-226 Holmes, Jim-204 Homecoming-36 Hood, Douglas-208 Hooper, Alice-190 Hooper, Corinne-101, 182 Hooton, Bill-50, 233 Hoover, Mary-182, 188 Hopkins, Becky-80, 183 Hopkins, Wilbur'-232 Horiuchi, Chiye-24-6 I-Iornheak, Jay-50, 123, 137, 138, 140, 206 Homheck, Maxine-69, 188 Horne, Clark--224 Horrocks, Barbara-192 Horsfall, Dorothy-31, 50, 91, 95, 108, 187 Horswill, Erle-210 Horton, Katherin?50 Hoskins, Virginia-149, 175 Hossman, Carl-50, 225 Houghton, Gilbert-50, 224 Hounsell, John--65, 67, 110, 225 Howard, Charles-69, 223 Houston, Bill--223 Howard, Don-50 Howard, William-31, 32, 50, 90, 92 Howe, .Iohn-50, 80, 225 Howes, Lucile-SO Howie, Robert-69, 231 Hoyt, Paul-218 Hoyt, J. 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For catalog of information address THE REGISTRAR N. E. 6th Avenue at Oregon Portland, Oregon Iverson, Edwin H.-69, 199 Izett, Nancy-189 Jackins, Carl-102 Jackson, Henry-50, 207, 212 Jackson, Robert W.-102, 199 Jackson, Roy-102 Jackson, Vemon-102 Jacobsen, Carl-201 Jacobsen, T. S.-26 Jacobi, Lee-40, 69, 78, 225 Jacobson, Barbara-50, 91, 190, 108 Jacobson, Leo-50, 104, 198 Jacobson, Leo M.-69, 199 Jaffee, Bonita-85 James, Donovan-50 James, Gordon-50 James, Margaret-50, 242 James, Richer-224 James, William-209 Jameson, Mary Alicw183 Jamison, Laura-168 Jankelson, Ira Val-50 Janson, Ruth-69, 242 Japanese Students Club- 247 Jarris, Fred-102 Jarvis, John Frederick- 69, 78, 79, 30, 82, 85 Jarvis, Virginia-69, 192 Jelferson, Frank-69, 204 Jencks, Carlton-50 Jenkins, Helen-180 LaPlant, Alice Elizabeth Jenks, Lyle N.-69, 221 Jenner, Norma-24-B Jennings, Nana-50, 176, 101 Jewell, Dorothy--50, 179 Jewett, Dorothy-186 J CV-99 Jobe, Leonard-226 Johannsson, Thorum- 69, 242 Johnsen, Adclinw-50 Johnson, Andy-102 Johnson, Arthur-51 INDEX Johnson, Bob-232 . Johnson, Bob-51, 207 Johnson, Brooks-201 Johnson, Carl-139 Johnson, Dean Charles -21 Johnson, Charles E.-212 Johnson, Charles-69, 226 Johnson, Charles-69 Johnson, Dorothy-181 Johnson, Edward-216 Johnson, Jean-69, 175 Johnson, Len-78, 231 Johnson, Leonard--69 Johnson, Marjorie-193 Johnson, Marjorie-195 Johnson, Maurie-136 Johnson, Mary-51, 195 Johnson, Roy--51 Johnson, Ruth-180 Johnson, Wayne-51, 229 Johnston, Ed--80 Johnson, Wesley-222 Johnson, William-222 Johnstone, Jack-69 Johnston, Rodney-69, 220 Johnstone, Mary-176, 104 Jolley, Irving-162 Jolly, Dorothy-179 Jonasson, Carl-51 Jones, Allice-51, 242 Jones, Barbara--192 Jones, Fred-209 Jones, Harry-51, 222 Jones, Howard--228 Jones, Kenneth-80, 211 Jones, Lois-185 Jones, Lorna Mae-187 Jones, Mary Ann-193 Jones, R. E.-209 Jordan, Barbara-69, 98. 135 Jordan, James-201 Jorgensen, Herman-51 Jorgensen, Wesley-69, 223 Joris, Lawrence-51, 165, 230 Josephson, Elmer-136 Journalism, Delegates to High School Leaders' Conference-35 263 Jubilz, Guy-69, 204 Judy, Max-69, 216 Junior Ofhcers-65 Junior Prom-110, 111 Kahle, Mary Elizabeth -69, 186 Kahlke, Anne-51, 181 Kail, Seymour-69, 210 Kale, Bert--137 Kallasch, Elinor-139 Kaznh, Boynton-51, 210 Kanaya, Toshiji-51 Kane, Catherine-190 Kantner, Helen-51, 91, 94, 190 Karr, Bob-69, 225 Kass, Lillian-51 Katchesoff, Leon-51 Kearnes, Jim-202 Keagy, Kelman-69, 225 Kearns, Celine-69 Kearns, Katherine-193 Keating, Robert-225 Keene, Doris-51, 195 Keene, Jack-69, 85, 220 Keith, Jack-69, 228 Kellenherger, George -1 02 Keller, Bob-200 Kelley, Dick-212 Kelley, Edmund P.-208 Kelley, Frank H. Jr. -208 Kelley, Pat-204 Kelly, William-201 Any student ' . who boughtaR 0 T C uniform gets 20 o discount on a suit A 3535 00 suit will cost him 328 oo ALEX MAINE K ll ,A in 51,229 KZHZZS. DSWYS, 215 TAILQR Kellogg, Mary-185 K ll g, Virginia-149, 'isig 1337 Third Avenue Kelley, Richard-69 Kelley, Tom-215 Kelly, Alvin-69, 224 Corner Third Ave and Union Kelsey, Dorothy-51, 185 Kendall, Margaret-241 Kendrick, Phil-69, 102, 246 Kemp, Charles-51 Kennedy, Carl-201 Kennedy, Eleanor-69, 158, 238, 240 Kennedy, Jean-248 Kennedy, Lily-190 Kennedy, Margaret-69 SEATTLE Phone EL1ot 5763 r', .e FRESH FRUITS VEGETABLES CLI T W. LEE CO. 708 Fourth Avenue C F JI ENGRAVERS-PRINTERS your F rdternity or Sororzty Dance Programs Bin 101 University Station Seattle A nnouncements Personal Cards Diplomas Let me supply Kent, Marian-190 Kent, Stanley-51 Kenyon, Howard-216 Kerlee, Dorothy--69, 195 Kems, Eleanor-51, 187, 158 Kerr, Ellen-51, 181 Kerr, Raymond Jr.-208 Kessler, Henry-82, 102 Kestle, Victox+64, 162 Kettenring, John-69, 204 Keyser, Robert-201, 102 Kienast, John-51, 222 Kilherer, Anne-51 Kilgore, Carl-30, 90 Killien, Bill-200 Killien, Frank-132 Killien, Ken-132-133, 140, 166 Kimball, Merle-51 Kime, .lack-223 Kimura, Shuji-69 King, Brien-208 King, Hylan-51, 201 King John-51, 92, 133, 140, 198, 208 Kingsbury, Gracw51, 94, 163 Kintner, William-212 Kippo, Charles-102 Kirchner, Dorothea-143 Kirk, Madeleine-69, 190 Kirkland, Leah-193 Kirton, Mary LeeP51, 195 Klein, John-207 Klein, Julia-239 Klein, Ruth-51 Kleinoeder, Howard -201 Klemptnet, Jeannette -51, 191 Klineielter, Tom-51, 138 Klinker, Phyllis-74, 187 Knappenberger, John- 34, 40, 51, 108, 135, 137, 138, 206 Knappenberger, Robert -205 Kneisley, Virginia-175 Knight, Leone-51 Knipe, Ralph-85 Knisely, Den-69, 233 Knowles, Grace--69, 178 Knowles, John-212 Knowlton, Janet-184 Knudson,Vivienne-180 Knutson, Arthur-69, 217 Koch, Adolf-51, 234 Koch, Carl-234 Koelsch, Oliver-202 Kohler, Genevieve-51 Kohls, Bernard-69 Koitabashi, Yoshiyuki-69 Koon, Mack-231 Korthauer, Elizabeth -51, 181 Koke, Susan-179 Koker, Erich-104 Koozin,Victor-136 Kopet, Jerry-167 Kosher, Mary-69, 78, 79, 82, 83, 111 Kotkins, Lucille-51 Kossis, Norman-234 Krabbe, Esther-186 Kracke, Marie-51, 194 Kramer, Harrison-209 Krenz, Edward-102 Krieger, Alberta-244 Krogh, Alice-243 Krom, George-52 Krom, Gil-14-1, 231 Kretzer, Ed-52 Kronblad, Eleanor-52 Krupp, Evalyn-52, 238, 242 Krusor, Sylvia-244 Kubley, Gertrude-176 Kugler, .loye-185 Kuljis, Dom-229 Kunde, Norman-136 Knutson, Carlotta-244 Kunz, George-52, 235 Kunz, Isabel-69, 178 Kusak, Lillian-69 Lachman, June-69, 177 Ladds, Nan-184 Laird, Margaret-185 Lake, Joseph--52, 216 Lamb, Alice-49, 190 Lamb, Richard-229 Lambert, Sally-194 Lamberth, Julia-193 Lamiman, Margaret-52 Lamont, James-217 Lamping, Conrad-224 INDEX Lamping, Gertrude-169, 187 Lamson, Bob-137, 215 Lamson, Royal--200 Land, Louise-180 Landaas, Wilbur-52, 152 Lundes, Dean Henry-21 Landon, Frank-201 Landram,Virginia-52, 91, 185 Lane, Robert-212 Lange, Esworthy-199 Langenwalter, Allan-69, 227 Langsdorf, Guthrie-52, 204 Lauy, Milan-52 Jenkins, Ralph-222 --62, 69, 111, 180 Larsen, Dorothy-52 Larsen, Eleanor-84 Larsen, Ruth Mary-181 Larson, Carol-178 Larson, Donald-212 Larwood, James-69, 232 Lasher, Dorothy-69, 178 Lassen, Chrystelle-52, 182 ' Lathrop, Helen-69, 190 Lauer, Dean Edward H. -2, 20 Laughlin, John-34, 35, 52, 195, 216 Laughlin, Robert-52, 138, 198, 205 Laukes, Emil-52, 223 Laurie, Leo-52, 105 Lauterstein, Herbert-69, 234 LaVelle, Donald-205 LaVigne, Gladenew239 Lawlor, Gladys-52, 189 Lawrence, Carl-52 Lawrence, Charles-52, 223 Lawrence, May-195 Lawrence, Mary Virginia -52 Lawrence, Richard-200 Lawrence, Virginia-52 Lawson, Sam-52 Layman, Jack-52, 154 Lazarevich, Dan-69, 123, 140, 217 Lea, John-69, 208 Leach, Kenneth-52, 229 Leahy, William-212 Lear, Dave-34, 52, 92, 138, 200 Lee, Chelk-52 Lee, Glenn-69 Lee, Hal-130 Lee, Margaret-52 Leede, Dorothy-40, 52, 91, 184 Lcib, Ella-142 Leiendecker, Gilbert-69, 130-131, 140 Leigland, Samuel-52, 201 Lennox, William-226 Lent, Bob-224 Leslie, Les-69, 224 LeSourcl, .lessaxnine-52 Levine, Joseph-52 Levy, Leon-69, 234 Lewis, Elmo-69, 202 Lewis, Gertrude-52 Lewis and Clark Association-244 Libby, Marx-52, 154 Lieclloff, Jean-69, 241 Lights on the Museum -13 Lilly, Dick-222 Lindstrom, Alvin-205 Lindstrom, Arnold-205 Liniger, Rudy-52 Linton, Pat-149, 238, 243 Lippman, Benton-52 Lirhus, Clarence-52, 204 Lively, Martha-178 Livesey, Charles-200 Lochow, Robert-211 Lockwood, Francis--232 Loeffler, Elizabeth--100 Loew, Henry-217 Loftus, Elinore-52, 187 Legg, Elmer-114, 124- 125 Lomen, Rosemary-69, 187 Long, Jim-80 Long, Virginia-52 Long, Wendell-69 Longawa, Florence-53 Longmore, Bill-53, 219, 248 Longmuir, .lim-204 Longwell, Leslie-69 Loomis, Millard-207 Lopeman, Lloyd-219 Lopez, Carmen-69 Loucks, Helen-187 Laughlin, May-100 Lounsbury, Emerson-224 Love, Harvey-90, 92, 118-121 , Lovegrin, Frank-136 Loverich, Ed-114, 127- 128 Lovejoy, Hazel-175 Lovejoy, Jean-69, 190 Lowther, Jantr-69, 180 Lowther, Virginia-79, 80, 180 Lund, George-118-121, 204 Lund, Hans-69, 211 Lund, Robert-69, 200 Lund, Sidney-69, 118- 121, 204 Lundgren, Dorothy-69, 176 Lunn, Edgar-205 Lunn, Rose-193 Lunn, Virginia-99, 188 Lunsford, Walt-53, 137, 141, 212 Lurie, Melvin-234 Lutey, Joe-53, 198, 219 Lutey, Louisw69, 179 Lynch, Thomas-69, 206 Lyny, Margaret-53, 185 Lynn, Ward-136 Lysons, Hilton-69 McAfee, Charles-201 McArthur, Arthur-102 McArthur, Janet-191 MacAuley, Patricia--69, 190 McAusland, Lucia-187 McAleary, Gose-70 McBee, Jim-70, 207 McBratney, Earl-70, 233 Macbride, Philip-19 Macbride, Tom-27 McBurney, Lucy-53 McCaHray, Ted-217 McCaf1ray, William-53, 217 McCaffrey, Bernita-35, 70, 78, 95, 149, 239 McCall, Barbara-175 McCallum, Janet-185 McCankey, Helen-70 McCann, Merle-70, 178 McCann, Russell--217 McCarthy, Jack-222 McCarthy, Marguerite -190 McCartney, Tom-34, 53 McCarty, Cecil-102, 205 McCash, Dorothy-185 McClain, Bill-130-131 McClaskey, Bill-70 McClaskey, Bob-70 McCleary, Billie-53 McClure, Doris-53, 143 McCormick, Georger53 McCoy, Elizabeth-70, 188 McCoy, John-70 McCormick, Marion-70 McCune, .lack-212 McCurdy, Jean-31, 70, 188 McCutheon, Anne-70 McDermott, Frank-200 McDonald, Bob-70, 225 McDonald, Frances-189 McDonald, Joc?53 McDonald, Keith-92, 236 MacDonald, Minty-187 McDonald, .lean-188 McDonald, Ruth-178 McDowell, George-102 McDowell, Jim-102 Mcliacheran, James-205 McEacheran, Ruth-53 McElmon, Doris-53, 187 McElvain, Lola-182 McElvroy, West-53 McEwen, Margaret-53, 168, 176 McEwen, Mary-70, 176 McFarland, Ruth-53, 183 McGee, Jane-175 McGhie, Betty-188 McGhie, Sam-212 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ACCESSORIES I Seattle 264- McVeety, Richard-217 McGinnis, David-225 McGinnis-Joseph-53 McGrath, Raymond--53 MacGregor, Phyllis-183 McGuire, Leonard-53 McGuire, Marian-70, 157 Mol-Ian, Dean-70, 226 Mel-Iugh, Helen-180 McHugh, Pat-70, 212 Mcllroy, Doris-175 Mclntire, Carol-53 Mclntosh, Beatrice-53, 91, 187 McIntY1'B, Al-209 McIntyre, Frances-53 McIntosh, Camerson-203 McKay, George-70, 219 MacKay, Ruth-192 McKay, Bruce-231 McKee, Emma-70 McKee, Ross-216 McKellar, Claude-70, 141 Mclieehan, John-235 MacKenzie, Jack-140 McKenzie, Prof. Vernon -83 McKinley, Claribel-183 McKinstry, Bob-70, 204- McKnight, Dale-31, 64, 78, 79, 92, 216 McKnight, Paul-53 McKnight, Paula-53 MacLean, Ellie-69 McLean, Ellie-186 McLenahan, Eleanor-53, 142 Mclsenuhan, Kenneth-53 McLeod, Frank-53 McLeod, June-53 McMahon, Bernadette -178 McMahon, Jack-212 McMahon, Paul-24, 31, 35, 53, 86, 92, 212 McMahon, Tom-231 McMahon, William-53, 212 McMurtry, Maxine-53 McNamara, Betty-70, 181 McNaughton, Jean-176 McPhail, Mary-185 McRae, James-32 McRae, .lohn-53 McTaggart, Helen-53, 176 McWilliams, J ean-70, 180 Maas, .less-53, 219 Macartney, Tom-212 Mackid, John-223 Mack, Margaret-53 Mackay, Ruth-53 Madden, Kathryn-240 Madill, ,lim-69, 78, 200 Madill, Marjorie-70, 185 Madsen, Christine-70 Madsen, Evelyn Ann-70 Maginnis, Dave-80 Magnano, Marco-70 Magnusson, Philip-27, 102, 205 Mallory, Maurine-25, 53, 89, 91, 95, 156, 238, 240 Magowan, Bill-224 Malone, James-225 Malone, Ray-70, 111 Maloy, Bill-233 Manchester, W. L.-70, 235 Mangrum, Louise-186 Manington, Doris-53, 94, 170 Manion, Margaret-54, 178 Mankey, Eleanor-175 Mauser, Percy-85 Mansfield, Rhesa-54 Manthe, Marjorie-70, 180 Mar, Frank-54 Marble, James-212 Mark, Eldon-204 Marken, Donald-160 Markley, Nellie-70, 248 Marks, Amold-54, 80, 83, 85 Marlowe, Roywll-31 Marolich, Frank-140 Marriott, Florence-24, 25, 54, 86, 89, 91, 94, 95, 175 Mars, Bernice-70, 186 Marsden, Warren-54, 224 Marshall. Gertrude-178 Marshall, John-204 Marshall, Knox-136, 220 Marstars, Craig-221 Muffin, Charles-224 Martin, Chester-209 INDEX Martin, Fowler-166 Martin, Maxine-70, 193 Martin, Robert-54 Martin, Robert B.-54, 78, 83, 122-3-4-5, 140, 196, 212 Martinson, George-229 Marts, Marion-70, 212 Martyn, Bernicw54 Marvin, Tedd-54, 220 Mason, Cecil-212 Mason, Tatw136 Massar, Robert-212 Massouras, Ann-70 Mathews, .lusticrw54 Mathis, Leslie-54 Matrix Table-112 Matsushima, Sueko-54 Mattson, James-54 Maule, Mildred-244 Mavor, Douglas-70 Maury, Emma-180 May, Betsey-184 May, Carolyne-242 May, Peggy-183 Mayberry, Bobby-100 Mayo, Robert-102 Meacham, Betty-75, 114, 142 Mead, Georgz?54, 161 Meader, Ben-37 Meagher, .lohn-70, 232 Meagher, Kathryn-103 Means, Arthur-225 Medica, Jack-70, 113, 136, 212 Meigs, Robert-70, 235 Meiklejohn, Donald-235 Melhy, Evelyn--54, 183 Melder, Frank--70 Melhart, Walter-102 Melquist, Proctor-80, 208 Melton, Helen-188 Melton, Richard-54, 113, 246 Mendenhall, Howard-102 Meredith, Frank-204 Meresse, Adeline--70, 175 Merklin, Ralph-201 Merrick, Richard-54, 105, 212 Merrill, John-82, 174, 201 Merrin, Richard-54, 126' 7-8, 140, 209 Metcalf, Merrick-34, 54, 92, 137, 160, 166, 202 Metzger, Edward-31, 54, 108, 210 Metzge r, Richard-200 Meves, .lack-211 Meyer, Art-65, 70, 80, 110 Meyer, Dorothy .lane-193 Meyer, Ed-231 Meyer, Helen-54, 240 Meyer, Janice-54, 189 Meyer, John-54, 229 Mjorud, Herbert-217 Michaels, John-205 Michelson, Paul-234 Mielke Miles, y, Mildred-104 Forrest-102 Milhiloff, Nick-137 Millard, Alice-54, 183 Millard, William--92, 216 Miller, Clark-70, 211 Miller, Clifton-54 Miller, Leo-102 . Miller, Ol--102 Miller, David-102 Miller, Fenton-54, 198, 222 Miller, Lynn-54, 224 Miller, Mercedes--54, 194 Miller, Ponchita-70, 188 Miller, Ralph-202 Miller, Robert E.-70, 202 Miller, Rynd-70, 212 Miller, Tessie-54 Miller, Virginia-54 Miller, Vivian-54, 194 Miller, Winlock-19 Milligan, Bob-54, 225 Milligan, Virginia-187 Millington, Bill-70, 137, 204 Milne, Mary-188 Mills, Dorothy-70, 175 Mills, James-235 Mills, Sam-119, 198, 235 Milne, William-212 Mimbu, William-54 Minard, Bert-215 Minor Minor Sports-136, 137 "W" Club-141 Mitchell, Eleanor-54, 188 Mitchell, Jack-215 Mittet, Thorstein-54 Mjorud, Herb-54, 92 M och, 141 265 Bch-70, 212, 119, Moe, Esther-54 Moellendorf, Howard-54 Moe, Fred-224 Moen, Gus-55, 202 Moffat, Bob-79, 70, 205 Mohn, .lim-224 Moll, Myra-85, 175 Mondala, Mitchell-70 Monk, Mildred--104 Monrad, Alice-55, 238, 243 Montgomery, Elizabeth -188 Montgomery, Hamilton -102 Montgomery, Robert-19 Montgomery, Robin Gloor -35, 92, 133 Moodie, Donnabellw188 Moody, Betty-183 Moody, Dorothy-55, 178 Moody, Robert-70 Moonlight Above Aeronautics-10 Moore, Duncan-235 Moore, Edward-70, 119 Moore, Edward-55, 92, 140, 224 Moore, Ethel-55 Moore, Ceorgcr-55, 211 Moore, .loe-70, 201 Moore, Marshall-70, 235 Moore, Olive-80, 88 Moore, Robert-55, 102 Moorhouse, Dorothy-55, 186 Moran, Lulu-194 Moran, Marguer-itw194 Moran, Mary-55, 188 Morbeck, Walter'-70, 223 More, Barbara-178 Morey, Frank-55 Morford, Carolyn434, 70, 108, 183 Morgan, Art-204 Morgan, Joseph-210 Morgan, Marvin-138, 206 Morgan, Mary-55 Morgan, Murray-202 Morgenroth, Katherine -70, 195 Mori, Mary--70, 24-6 Morita, Michiko-70, 246 Morita, Mumiko-55 Morley, Ruth-104 Morlock, .lack-70, 218 Morrill, Margaret-190 Morrill, Stuart-227 Morris, Luella-181 Morris, Roslyn-70 Morris, William-211 Morrison, Greta-55 Morrison, .lohn-210 Morrison, Mary Lou-55, 194 Morry, Georgw121, 235 Morseth, Bud-55, 228 Morse, Edward--216 Morse, Russell-205 Mortar Board-89 Mortland, Cayley-215 Mothland, Mary Frances -55, 238 Moschetto, Hazel-240 Moseley, Sue-55, 91, 188 Moser, Frances-55, 188 Moser, Richard-235 Moss, Virgil-55, 150 Mottelr, Genevieve-259, 244 Mount, Dorthe-188 Mount Rainier at Dawn -3 Mowat, Gordon-222 Mount, Thomas-222 Moyer, Yukona-195 Moynihan, Joseph-55 Mrs. Moonlight-150 Muezynski, Matthew-55, 122, 140, 217 Mucha, Chuck-92, 114, 122, 124, 140 Mueller, .lim-34, 35, 55, 92, 204- Muller, Delwyn-55, 198, 226 Mullin, Sean-212 Mulvehill, Helen--187 Mundy, Roy-201 Munger, Bettie-183 Munkres, Alfred-228 Munro, William-55, 154, 198, 210 Murphy, Dan-70 Murphy, Dixon-216 Murphy, Donald-229 Murdock, Evelyne-104 Murphy, Grant-55 Murphy, Helen-156 Murphy, .lack-24, 223 Murphy, Paul-137 Murphy, Mansfield-70, 221 Mrs. arlattis Home Bakery MH0me of everything good thafs bakedn' Q 4821 UNIVERSITY WAY MELROSE 4600 Pioneer Sand St Gravel Co., INC 901 Fairview North Main 2900 Seattle 159 ik I nf ll: " 'll 1 in "' nu J! gn Ill Ill I' ju IW! 1- 1: nu f pas I I mrs .. 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Royce, Robert-206 Rublin, Willard-71, 80, 104, 210 Ruby, George-132-133 Rudow, Harold-71, 233 Rummens, Betty-71, 185 Runacres, Eileen-241 Runnalls, Margaret-71, 149 Runstad, Harold-71, 217 Runstad, Irene-58 Rupp, Werner--19 Rusos, Pete-58, 221 Russian Ballet-97 Ryan, Cora-58 Ryan, Edward-19 Ryan, Frances-170 Ryan, Jack-102, 206 Ryan, Jo-184 Ryan, Joe-71, 225 Ryan, Margaret-58 Ryan, Mildred-58 Ryan, Paul-229 Ryan, Patricia-58, 195 Ryan, Ray-71 Sainsbury, Forrest-71, 223 Salmela, Fred-201 Sampson, Paul-71, 136, 231 Sandbeck, Otto-85 Sanders, Bill-136, 204 Sanders, Florence-71, 195 Sandquist, Russ-225 Sands, Edward-58, 223 Sandvos, Annis-58, 91, 100 Sarchett, Max-230 Sather, Charles-71, 208 Sato, Miyaco-58, 240 Saukko, Leo-71, 232 Savidge, Marjorie-71 Savikko, Walter-58 Savina, Tony-71, 148 Sawhill, William-58, Sawyer, Gwyneth-58, 81, 168, 192 Shedico, Bea-58 Scammell, Mary-74, 190 Schacht, Bud-121, 215 Schacht, Marjorie-71, 195 211 Schaeffer, Walt-71, 230 Schafer, Haiel-58, 244 SchaeEer, Milner-58, 27 Scharpenberg, Helen-59 Scharpenberg, Paul-59, 209 Scheel, Fred-71, 199 Schenck, Earl-204 Schleef, Win-218 Schmid, Merle-59 Schneider, Helen-71, 84, 193 Schnitzer, Edith-59 Schoch, Delos-121, 212 Schodde, William-71, 209 Schoel, Phil-71, 225 Schoephoester, Betty-59 Schoettler, Betty-178 Scholes, Bernice-184 Scholes, Lynn-223 Scholl, Helen-59 Schonberg, Virginia-71, 190 Schonherg, Marion-243 Schorr, Geraldine-175 Schuchart, Marianne-59, 180 Schumann, Roberta-241 Schunke, Adele-130 Schutte, Elizabeth-59 Schuyten, John-71, 102, 162 Scofi eld, Celia Gract-71, 179 Scott, A.-246 Scott, Charlotte-59, 244 Scott, Holman-216, 246 Scott, Hugh-59, 80, 82, 83, 167 Scott, Jane-71, 183 Scott, Russell-102 Scoven, Sally-59 Scribner, Ronald-59, 212 Scruggs, John-102 Seaborn, Marion-84 Seabom, Ben-200 Seamans, Margaret-192 Sealander, Agnes-72, 183 Sears, Claire-175 Sears, Jane--59 Sears, Rex-220 Seerley, Marjorie-59, 183 Seidelhuher, Mary Anne -59, 82 Seifert, Winifred-59, 186 Seligmann, Harold-59, " 234 Sellers, Elbert-59, 114, 137 Sells, Bill-59, 2 Senclner, Kay-59, 178 Senior Ofiicers-40 Sensmeier, Lawrence- 160, 218 Settle, Bette-191 Severson, Ray-201 Severyns, Jean-192 Sexton, Elinore-59 Seymour, Mark-59, 217 Shafirath, Louise-59, 243 Shanafelt, Iohn-227 Shanks, Roberta-59 Shannon, Bill-204 Shanstrom, Jean-72 Shannon, Mary-188 Shannon, William-72 Shaw, Iohn-216 Shaw, John-205 Shaw, Joseph-100 Shaw, Mary Alice-188 Shaw, Pat-72, 16 Shaw, Ted-212 Sheckels, Dale-102, 203 Sheehan, Thomas-59, 222 Sheerer, Harold-34, 59, 92. 204 Sheftield, Margaret-183 Shettield, William-72, 202 Sheidler, Phyllis-239 Sheldon, Peggy-59, 190 Shemanski, Alfred-19 Shepherd, Dean Harold- 21 Shepherd, Harold-26 Shepherd, John-208 Shepherd, Ray-72, 136, 224 Sherbrooke, Charles-205 Sllerbume, Ann-98 Sherwood, Bob-72, 200 Sherwood, Harry-72. 202 Shields, Don-59, 226 Sheinman, Muriel-59 Shimomura, Eddie-59 Shipek, Everett-34, 59, 92, 123, 236 Shirley, Marlin-72, 208 Shonts, Margaret-59, 186 Shorrock, Bemice--72, 186 Shortall, Leonard-212 Shoudy, Paul-215 Shper, Abt-140 Sickenga, Jack-59, 215 Sickenga, Mary Louise- 72, 180 Sieg, President L. P.-2 Siegel, Ruth-168, 239 Siepman. Helen-188 Sigmond, Irwin-234 Silhaugh, Payne-80. 239 Silbaugh, Verna-239 Silver, Lew-59 Silver, Robert E.-59, 162 Sim, Van-59 Simeon, Mary-158 Simpson, Carol-59, 175 Simpson, Chuck-230 Simpson, Don-27, 204 Simpson, Jean-59 Simpson, Lurline, Dr.- 146 Sims, Doris-143, 243 Sison, Antonie-72 Sistig, Robert-102, 104 Siolander, Lillian-59 Skaer, George-59 Skanzie, Carolyn-60, 186 Skiles, Robert-102 Skinner, James-60, 226 Skinner, Dr. M. M.-146 Skinner, Patricia-60 Skinner, Richard-60 Skone, John-60 Skoutis, Fred-60 Skov, Hans-72, 213 Slate, Dorothy-72 Slate, Maxine-179 Slater, John-136 Slenczynski, Ruth-96 Sligar, King-139 Sloss, Constance-241 Small, Marylaird-183 Smith, Audrey-60, 238 Smith, Bonita-178 INDEX Smith, Burns--211 Smith, Smith, Charles-23 Charlotte-244 Smith, Doris-72 Smith, Dorothy-179 Smith, Earl-102 . Smith, Ed-209 Smith, Elizabeth-178 Smith, Ernest-233 Smith, Graham-231 Smith, Harold-72 Smith, Harry E.-23 Smith, Herbert-60 Smith, Jan-60, 192 Smith, .lane Louise-72, 193 Smith, John-212 Smith, Peggy-72, 175 Smith, Robert G.-72, 220 Smith, Stuart-72, 215 Smith, Watson-204 Smith, William C.-72, 78, 79, 216 Snacks, Fred O.-72 Shead, Sanford-60, 203 Snere, Dorothy-72, 238, 242 Snapshot Pages-81, 88, 93, 107, 117, 134, 135, 171 Snippen, Earl-72, 199 Snow, Leon Jr,-210 Snyder, Bob-60, 92, 118, 140, 221 Snyder, Dick-215 Snyder, Fred-215 Snyder, Ilene-60 Snyder, John-102 Sobey, Margaret-72, 193 Societies fAlphabetized1 -145, 170 Societies, Washington Headliners-144 Soley, Cordon-212 Solomon, Cecille-72, 242 Sophomore officers-74 Sorenson, Marguerite-60, 160, 178 Sorenson, Viola-192 Soriano, Santiago-60. 248 Sororities fzilphabetizedl -174, 195 Sororities, Washington Headliners-172 Sonoeke, Lila May-193 Soule, Alice-60 Sowenski, 'Leona-186 Sournski, Leona-72 Southworth, Roy-72, 201 Sparrow, Wilbur-100 Spaulding, Phillip-136 Spear, Ralph-60 Speckart, Gene-72, 184 Spectators' Vista-15 Speidel, William-60, 224 Spencer, Doris-238, 243 Spencer, Laura-185 Spinner, James-201 Splies, Winora-60 Spotlighting-26, 27 Sprague, Eleanor-72, 192 Springer, Clara Marie- 72. 181 Springer, Lew-104, 223 Spry, Vemon-72 1935 Squad-130, 131 Sroufe, Thomas-212 Staley, .Tack-204 Stallcop, .Tack-219 Stanford, Randolph-148 Stanley, Dixie-60, 91, 15, 172, 186 Stanley, .Tack-227 Stansbury, Howard-212 Stanton, Barton-229 Starhird, Harvey-60, 198, 246 Starcevich, Mac-124, 125 Stork, Marjorie-72, 95, 98, 239 Starr, John-60 Statham: Fred-60, 212 Stauft Bob-222 Stautf, Katherine-60, 187 Steele, Iola-72 Steele-Shaw, Dorothy- 176 Steele-Shaw, Joe-231 Steen, Herb-92 Steenstrup, Ruth-60, 185 Steinberg, Rita-177 Steiner, Betty-180 Steiner, Jesse-60 Steiwer, Robert-206 Stenerson, Lora-184 Stenson, George-72, 228 Stettler, Jean-192 Stettler, Lee-72, 223 Stettler, Stella-192 Stevens, Edwin Bicknell -20 Stevens, Mary Jane-175 Stevens, Victor-72, 137, 230 Stevenson, Barbara-72, 187 Stevenson, Louise-240 Steward, Charles-72 Stewart, Alexander-60, 200 Stewart, Elmer-226 Stewart, Evelyn-72, 183 Stewart, Elizabeth-243 Stewart, Kay-60, 163, 192 Stewart, Margaret-192 Stewart, Peggy-187 Stephens, Edward-60 Stevenson, Grace-195 Stice, Robert-60, 136, V 141 Stiles, Margaret-181 Stiley, Peggy-31, 176 Still, Richard-223 Stinnett, Florence-72, 180 Stirrat, Roy-233 Stojack, Fred-104 Stokes, Bernice-31, 149, 180 Stokes, Maynard-229 Stokes, Spence-1, 130 Stolle, Jane-78, 188 Stone, Eleanor-60, 91, 195 Stone, Erna-180 Stone, Lyman-72, 212 Stone, Phillip-60, 201 Stortz, Wayne-60, 153, 226 Stout, Ariel-142 Stover, Kathryn!-72, 176 Stradley, Iverve-195 Straight, Jane-184 Strand, Agnes-60, 176 Strehlau, Betty-79, 80, sz, 176 6 Strickler, Betty-60, 193 Strickler, Pat-65, 72, 187 Strodoff, Barbara-188 Strudgeon, .lack-207 Stryker, Ralph-136, 230 Stuart, Max-60 Stwatz, Daniel-60 Sturdevant, Beth-192 Stutileld, Fred-222 Sulkosky, Leo-60, 221 Sulkosky, Paul-92, 114, 123, 125, 221 Sullivan, Helen-60 Sullivan, Marie-188 Sullivan, Martin-207 Summersett, John Jr.- 211 Sumner, Janet-187 Sumner, Sam-210 Sundberg, Siri-243 Sussman, Molly-72, 177 Sutherland, Dorothy-72, 175 Sutherland, Earl-209 Sutherlin, Gaines-60, 208 Sutherling, Elton-61, 152 Sutton, Andy-31, 72, 105, 148, 227 Sutton, John-215, 61 Sutton, Ruth-61, 186 Suzuki, Fujitsugu-61 Swanberg, Catherint-61 Swaney, Mary Elizabeth- 61, 244 Swanson, Arvid-72, 212 Swanson, Gerald-231 Swanson, Harry-61 Swanson, Ruth-104, 240 Swap, Mari:-61 Swartzlander, Inez-179 Sweek, Jack-61, 232 Sweet, Bob-204 Sweet, Gordon-200 Sweet, Ralph-200 Swem, Jerry-72, 181 Swenson, Marie-61 Swoftorcl, Thomas-170 Sylvester, Robert-72, 203 Symphony-103 Synnestvedt, Margaret- 187 Taake, Ed-224 Tabios, Valentino-104 Taft, Douglas-226 Tainter, Don-226 Talbot, Clarence-100 Tallman, Boyd-61, 210 Talmadge, Ruth-61, 160 Tangalan, Silvestre-61, 248 Tannehill, Chester-102 Tapert, Orin-61, 224 Tarlow, Pauline-72, 177 Tavenner, Harry-61, 212 Taylor, Barbara-175 Taylor, Doris-61 Taylor, Edward-61, 207 Taylor, Frank-205 Taylor, Jeanne-243 Taylor, Rayleigh-222 Taylor, Richard-161 Taylor, Wanda-98, 111 149 Tedzak, Harry-139 Tegtmeier, Elizabeth-178 Temple, Aloisz-191 Templeton, Helen-61 Templeton, Joseph-72, 225 Templeton, Julia Anne- 61, 192 Tennis-129 Tenny, Geraldine-185 Terhune, Elizabeth-192 Terrell, Elizabeth-61, Y 180 Terwilliger, Etta Belle- 61, 243 Tesreau, Jeff-72, 130, 131 Teat, William-72, 217 Tevada, George-137 Thatcher, Richard-61, 151, 228 Thiel, Al-61, 198, 227 Thiele, Homer-102, 200 Thieme, Fred-137 Thomas, Betty Jane-183 Thomas, Chan-139, 225 Thomas, Jerome-61 Thomas, John-102 Thomas, June-25, 61, 91, 94, 169, 183 - Thomas, Nellie-72, 179 Thomas, Verna-72, 180 Thompson, Betty-185 Thompson, Bill-215 Thomson, Dorothy-61, 80, 190 Thompson, George-208 Thomson, Dean David- 20, 32 Thompson, Gifford-198 Thompson, Harry-61, 227 Thompson, Hazel-182 Thompson, Helen-72, 242 Thompson, Howard-61 Thompson, Mary Louise- 61, 242 Thompson, Stuart-212 Thordarson, Agnes-61 Thordamon, Metta-61 Throckmorton, Leonora- 61 Throdahl, Helen-61, 189 Thue, Clarence-102 Thumlert, Dan-209 Thurston, Evelyn-180 Tibbits, William-36, 61, 235 Tillman, Bob-75 Timblin, Herbert-208 Tipp, Marvin-234 Tipp, Pearl-72, 95, 111, 149 Tipton, Homer-205 Tiverdal, Melvin-170 Tjossem, Paul-61, 203 Todd, Kenneth-61, 201 Tolan, Ed-228 Tolan, Fred-228 Tolleson, Floyd-72 Tolman. Margaret-190 Tolo-112 Tonn, Max-226 Torkelson, Gudmat--61, 153 Torland, Torleif-216 Torney, Coach .Tack-136 Totem Club-91 Towne, Ralph-61 Track-132, 133 Tracy, Quentin-61 Tremblay, Ray-72, 232 Trenbath, Margaret-62, 184 Trepp, Martin-61, 80, 211 Treuer. Allan-62, 210 Trew, Wilfred-72, 212 Troth, Harriett:-185 Trumbull, Allan-215 , Truscott, James-205 Trust, Peggy-178 Tsuchiyal, Henry-72 Tsukuno, Mary-72, 246 Tsuzuki, Reisuke--62 Tucker, Essey-193 Tumer, Dean-226 Turner, Donald-102 Tumer, Kay-62, 188 Turner, Nell-72 Turner, Richard-72, 214 Tustin, Howard-137, 139 Tuttle, Howard-28, 30, 31, 32, 62, 90, 92, 225 Twelves, Dorothy-72, 185 Twerdal, Melvin-62, 157, 230 Twitchell, John-62, 214 Tyee Staff-78, 79 Tyler, Dean Richard-22 Uhl, Dean Willis L.-22 Uhlman, Dick-130-131 Ullin, Woodrow-62, 92, 114, 123-125, 140, 217 Ulman, John-72, 212 Ulrich, Lloyd-62, 209 Ultican, Richard-62, 198, 221 University Band-102 Uradnisheck, Julius-62 Usdane, Bill-72 Uyeda, Katsujiro-62 Uyematsu, Kaley-244 Vadman, Willard-221 Vaile, Caroline-175 Van Arsdale, Ruth-180 Vanderboom, William- 228 Vander-Leest, Mary-72, 104 Vandermay, William-223 Vanderslice, Winifred- 72, 242 Van Derveer, Clifford- 72, 217 Vandivert, Gretchen-62 Van Zanten, Jack-228 Varnell, Virginia-190 Varsity Ball-108 Vaughn, Victor-231 Vaupell, Leonard-215 Veblen, Andrew-72 Veblen, Robert-62 Velasco, Victorio-62 Velikanje, Fred-62 Vermilya, Jean-27, 72, 88 Voellmeck, .Toe-136 Von Boecklin, Mary Elizabeth-62, 192 von Planta, Valerie-180 Vore, Kenneth-102, 212 W A A Executive Council -141 Waara, William-62, 221 Wade, Beatrice-185 Wade, Iris-62, 104, 240 Wade, Vane-62, 136 Wadsworth, Rachael-75, 184 Wager, Henry-200 Wagner, Chuck-113, 126-128 Wagner, Clydt-62, 114, 126-128, 140, 224 Wahl, Helen-62, 181 Wahlstrom, Nelson-30 Waite, Howard-72, 104 Wakefield, Teddy-187 Walters, Robert-201 Waldron, Lawrence-62, 226 Walker, Helen-72, 181 Walker, J. Turley-62 Wall, Ray-62, 199 Wall, Ruth-62 Wallace, Elizabeth-188 Wallace, Mary-72, 176 Walton, Richard-62, 223 Waltz, Robert-62, 222 Walsh, Helen-75, 184 Waples, Margaret-62, 188 Ward, Jeanice-176 Ward, Marion-194 Ward, George W.-62 Ward, May Dunn-25 Thurman-62 Ward, Ward, William-62, 226 Warner, Eva Delle-62, 238, 242 Warner, Miriam-62, 78, 79, 82, 83, 169, 191 Warrack, Jane-24, 25, 62, 89, 91, 95, 187 Warren, John-75, 223 Warren, Marjorie-72, 175 Washburn, Frances-241 Washbum, Wilbur-119 Washington, Nat-72, 204 Wasmuth, Kermit-72, 139, 215 Watkins, Bob-215 Watkins, Garl-202 Waters, Glenora-191 Watson, James-62 Watt, Robert-24, 62, 165, 215 Watt, Dick-105, 215 Watt, Jack-72, 139, 215 Watts, Bill-222 Watts, James-222 Waugh, Carleton-72 Wayland, Norman-215 Weaver, John-200 Weaver, Roy-62, 212 270 Mary Louise-178 Weaver, Stanley'-221 Weber, Joe-113, 130-1 Weidert, Charles-62, 94, 167, 248 Weinel, Jane-185 Weiner, Virginia--18B Weingarten, Fred-72, 198, 232 Weinstein, Desda-177 Weinstein, Jerome-72, 234 Weinstein, Philip -234 Weinstein, Sylvia--72, 233, 242 Weisneld, Maxine-177 Weiss, Ellamae-184 Welch, 109224 Welch, Katherine?187 Welch, Ralph-62 Welsh, Dorothy-189 Wells, Herbert-73 Wells, Margaret-63, 160, 244 Wells, Norman-138, 206 Welty, Gertrude-184 Wenner, Bren-63 Wernecke, Claire-78, 149, 168, 185 Wemecke, Ted-63, 215 Werner, Arnold-63, 201 Wester, Virginia-175 Westfall, Marjorie-158 Westfall, Fred-102 Westlund, Bud-212 Westlund, Virginia-78, 91, 108, 184 Westover, Barbara Ann- 187 271 Wettrick, Lucilo-73, 183 Whalen, Harold-102 Whaley, Josephine-73, 184 Wheatley, John-225 Wheatley, Margaret-63 Wheeler, Flomarie--192 Wheeler, Lawrence?215 Wheeler, Osborne-63 Whelan, Joan-73, 98, 189 Whitaker, Stanley-73 White, Alda-63, 241 White, 'Earl-102 White, Eleanor-18B White, Fred-63, 204 White, George--63, 222 White, Lynn-204 INDEX Wickersham, Mary Ann- 244 Wickersham, Mary Belle --179 Wickersham, Otis-73, 198, 220 Wicklund, Marvin-63 Wicks, Marie-193 Wiener, Willard-73, 233 Wilcox, Don-199 Wilcox, Robert-63, 214 Wildermuth, .lane-157 Wilkinson, .Tamer-73, 188 Willey, Edith-240 Williams, Arvo-63, 229 Williams, Charles-63, 219 White, Mary-63 White, Robert--63, 92, 102, 114, 118-121, 140, 198, 223 White, Ronald-63 Whileleather, John-73 Whiteleather, Richard- 63, 227 Whiteman, Jack-73, 216 Whitham, .lane-195 Whitman, Gertrude-73, 195 Whithed, Pete--224 Whitney, John-73, 204 Whyte, James-63 Wiatrak, John-122-125, 140, 227 Wichmun, .lane-63, 104, 243 Williams, Carson-230 Williams, David-229 Williams, Delbert-63 Williams, Donald-206 Williams, Eileen-242 Williams, Gwynne-239 Williams, Hal-63 Williams, Harold-63, 214 Williams, .lack-90 Williams, Jean--183 Williams, John-162 Williams, Kenneth-73, 199 Williams, Mary Ann-63, 193 Williams, Robert-63, 216 Williams, Suzanne-75, 80, 188 Williams, William-73 Williamson, John-63, 80, 282 Williamson, Mary Helen -73, 188 Willis, Aileen--73, 178 Wills, Graham-73, 235 Willson, Norma-186 Wilmot, Bill-63, 76, 83, 85, 167 Wilson, Forbes-74, 215 Wilson, Hubert-73, 230 Wilson, Irene-176 Wilson, .lack-63, 230 Wilson, Lois-239 Wilson, Margaret-192 Wilson, Marian-195 Wilson, Robert-63, 221 Wilson, Virginia-95, 186 Wiltshire, Lyman-63, 233 Wimberly, George-73, 207 Winans, Pat-186 Windesheim, Karl-106 Windust, Frank-73, 124, 125, 225 Winkenwerder, Dean. Hugo-22 Winn, Barbara-185 Winn, Barbara-192 Winn, Jack-233 Winn, Laurien-73, 163, 187 Winstanley, .lames-73 Winter, Dan-220 Wintermute, Wayne-130- 131 Witt, Bob-140 Witte, Catharine-63, 187 Wittenberg, Frank-225 Wold, Thomas-201 Wolfert, Everett-139 Women's Sports-142, 143 Women's "W" Club-141 Worthington, Rich-204 Wright, Al-73 Wright, Charlotte--180 Wright, Florence-73, 178 Wright, Gene-64, 211 Wright, Kenneth-209 Wright, Wonn, Robert-212 Wood, Betty-175 Wood Bill-63 Wood, Elizabeth-63 Wood, Gertrude-184 Wood Henry-223 Wood .Toanm+180 Wood John-63, 222 Wood Marjorie-63, 192 Wood, Wilbur-219 Wood, William-212 Wood, William-235 Woodlock, Elaine-63 Woods, John M.-199 Woods, Robert-235 Woods, Willa Lou-73, 98, 184 Woodward, Harriet-63, 24-2 Woodworth, Frances-185 Woodworth, .lean-185 Woodworth. Robert-211 Wooliollc, Kathryn-63, 183 Worcester, Mary Alice- 63 Worthington, Dean--63, 204 Wroughton, Grace-104, 181 Wyman, Don--64, 92, 122, 126, 127, 140, 202 Wyman, Wayne-23 Yandle, Herbert-64, 148, 219 Yenman, Ralph-64, 199 Yeamans, Robert-64, 141 York, Roy-102 Yost, Marshall-216 Young, Esther-183 Young, Florence-64 Young, Henrietta-73, 188 Young, Rachel-64, 158, 180 Young, Richard-211 Young, Roger-64, 230 Youngquist, Reuben-213 Youngs, Stanley-211 Yuskoff, Frank-221 YWCA-98 Zettel, Dick-105 Ziebarth, Margaret-183 Ziehell, Verne-209 Zeigen, George-202 Ziegler, Betty-64 Zinn, Earle-73, 222 Zweibel, Gordon-132, 133 Acknowledgment ACKNOWLEDGING Work which produced the 1935 TYEE, We sin- cerely give thanks: ' To a loyal student staff for a job Well done. 4 To the Dogwood Press, and more especially to Frank Mc- Caffrey for his campus scenes of the stadium and Mount Rainier, and his unfailing effort to make this book a novelty, to Glenn Dexter, Alf Restad and Leah Curran for exceptional advice and assistance. To Vic Steinbrueck, John Rohrer, Barney Grevstad, Ed Boar, C. H. Niencher of the Architecture Shack for organized house sketches. To J ack Jarvis for a splendid job as staff photographer. To Kennell4Ellis and Ruth Dunston for TYEE photography. To Harry Burdick for his slant-View of Commerce hall and to Walter Rasmussen for his campus shots of Condon, Educa- tion, Aeronautics, the Museum and the Library. To the Seattle Times and Post-Intelligencer, the Nikols Studio and Gil Erikson for their sports photographs. To Margaret Adams for her cover design and section pagesg and to Mary Erckenbrack for her Seig and Martin sketches. To Kathleen Calkins, Betty Turner, Barbara Donovan, Jean Wingate and Claire Werneke for conscientious Work on a uhurry upi' index. To Clyde Robinson for innumerable upath-smoothings." ' In the hurry of finishing the school year and attending classes, the staff has not been able to put as much time into the correcting of the proofs as they wished. 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