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CA PU DAY
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
MORTAR BOARD PLEDGING . . .
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,
GREEK TEAM . . . Frank Killien,
Marion Phelps, Howard Tuttle,
Ross Pedersen, Gordon Zweibel,
Larry Hubbard, J ack Corey,
Hurley DeRoin, Ralph Smalling,
INDEPENDENT TEAM . . . Don Spear,
Lee Connor, Maury Schwartz,
Chet Peters, Tom Griliith,
Marion Miller, Lawrence Kay,
Palmer Evanson, Lawrence Murphy
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Gamma Phi Beta
Phi Gamma Delta
H0 E CoM1Nc
"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
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,
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
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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
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