University of Washington - Tyee Yearbook (Seattle, WA)

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A person hos led the best kind of life if it con be said of him, after it Is all over, that he did something for humanity. That Is exactly what any university should wont said of it. If we In our day by day activities, intellectual and otherwise, keep constantly before us that we ore here to serve humanity, and if we con show at every year ' s end that we hove rendered that service, then we con look bock with comfort and satisfaction, feeling that we hove lived ond woi ' ked worthily. For over 75 years the University of Wash- ' Ington has served, and served well. Our pai ' t, students and faculty. Is to keep humanity ever before us. Faithfully yours, L. P. SIEG I ml 11 » oci ' ' ' ' ' ' ' tO Aunci - er o.o " . a ve° ' ' , .1 Uo " ' 0° ' ° ' A PROUD ROOSTER PERCHES ATOP THE BLOCK SQUARE MASS OF TUDOR GOTHIC MAGNIF ICENCE THAT IS THE NEW GIRLS ' DORMITORY A long, low-raftered living room, be-windowed, comfortable, each done in different color schemes. For private entertaining are the enclosed " spoon bowls. " For house dances the wide doors between the dining room and living room ore opened and, lo — a ballroom. And when you ' re tired of studying — a fudge party. Each floor, as well as having a laundry room, has one of these kitchenettes much used by coeds with capricious appetites and those who crave domestic experience. The latest in modernistic furniture for the individual bedrooms, some with window seats. A desk, bureau bed, and each girl adds her per- sonality. And Venetian blinds. Four dormitories in one — Blaine, Leory, Austin, and McKee halls — each with a separate elaborately arched entrance hallway where the hotel-like signing in and mall desk is located. Like the attic at home — all angles — is the immense recreation room. At one end a fireplace and at the other an equipped sewing room. hiere the girls may play cards, hold parties, dance, or just while away the time. i KiaBn 3 V ofo e vjon n s .de ' a, b ood- aecv ov r io -? v-r.?-.t: -- ' ' ofea- foom n V Of- Oov ■ ac VAo IVS o V.ce ° " - „se o ' ifee- D V ef .on e( foor " ' roe ' a co , voorri- ViO ' a V e mvj mp , he K.c . " ,aw du° , V ce . -c,ses jre - ,: -. - . -.T-sc- ' ' ' ■ ' i . ' . ' . ;i- {. , • t .»fr- ' ' ' fi r ' ' 0 . --- r ii k jh iSdtikA: , HtucQ -f umlfet HecaUie, Washington trained, he was chosen a member of the Canadian track team for the Olympic Games and wos the only Washington track man to see action under the Olympics flag. i» eick Madlca HeCaUie, not content with hanging up new swimming records all over the United States, he went to Germany and showed the Olympics judges how they swam the 400-meter in Washington tanks. CfUnn 4 110 25 and Mat atQt ' Pou ia5 ecauie, as the progressive head of the Division of Drama, Glenn hHughes has set the pace for college theatricols with his self-supporting unique Studio and intimate Penthouse Theaters. And to Margaret Douglas, whose performances in these productions have shown rare professional ability. ■flugu6t ' {TOtalc and QnoiQ renton ISeCHUAe Dr. Dvorak ' s simplified typewriter keyboard is rapidly gaining popularity. His students invariably bring home medals. And Lenore Fenton because, typing I 10 words a minute, she won the University competition at the 1936 International Commercial School contest in Chicago. Ki " Trt » » r f GUnn iJuakQi and Mait citet ' Pou ta uecauie, as the progressive head of the Division of Drama, Glenn hlughes has set the pace for college theatricals with his self-supporting unique Studio and intimate Penthouse Theaters. And to Margaret Douglas, whose performances in these productions have shown rare professional ability. ■(}uau6t ' itotak and J QnolQ renton lieCCmiQ Dr. Dvorak ' s simplified typewriter keyboard is rapidly gaining popularity. His students invariably bring home medals. And Lenore Fenton because, typing I 10 words a minute, she won the University competition at the 1936 International Commercial School contest in Chicago. « • ■ Tl } n A-i i .»? ' 5 ClFiC COAST CHAMPIONS ■ ■ ' ' V . . -- ,, ' X rf ' t »- 1 £; ' t? f ' 4 l .|l rj i t r ' ■ »:.. i N .. ' " ..fBOtHB iaH TOP-RANKING COLLEGIATE BASKETBALL TEAM IN OLYMPIC PLAY-OFF I iTK»- 4, ._; ' " - ' -i ' ufal l J J ir| .■.to ; 1 . _ fR V -. T -.-r -StiS: ! .♦ " ■•I ' lj - ■ ■•.- " W I 1 t lie ' •VI i 5 3? Tti I j:j : •» ■ J Lckatd U att ecauie he didn ' t spend all his time burning the midnight oil in order to become o Rhodes Scholar hie had the presidency of Phi Gamma Delta fraternity to think about too. T tedetick Kh5tQn SeCauia v his cydoidal flying machine he hopes to revolutionize aviation and because he invents clean, cool-smoking pipes and propellers. 2L a.55e5 -vjr. .v, Vv, : 1. A Kappa Sig bull session — the sou! of education — with Bill Linklater, Jim I Teifer. Frifi Wascowitz, Russ Fisher. John Davies. 2. Paulo Bai-ton, Carolyn Colby, and Muriel Jarvts (from right fo left) and pretty girls, etc. congregate on the Libe steps to watch spaghetti. I 3. Art Grant does some last-minute cramming. Couroge, bro., do not stumble. Q 4. The sun helps MImi Bernbaum end - June Meese cast their shadows in the 5. Blue-booking in Johnson. 6. Looking down on black-dotted colle- gians from Parrington. C A N D I D C A M E R A C L I C K S C A M P U S C E L E B R I T I E S • I ■ k MM ■ • a.k- I. Herb Leiand spms a Poul Bunyan yarn while for- estry classmates take it with a grain of salt. ( 2. One of the forgotten souls of the arch shack sleeps it off after an all-night session with a term problem. 3. Wort Geehan. Alpha Sig. wraps himself around a hillock and grins. I Paramecium. jSI 5. Yes. you ' re right. It ' s Jack Gannon. Why ' nt eha ' I smile, Jack? I 6. rit huff and I ' ll puff. CLAIRE WERNECKE . . . The two o ' clock ruling was her contri- bution as Standards cl-.- ' irman . . Delta Gamma OFFICERS: President - Dick Hart Vice-President - Bill Sander Treasurer -. .- Mary Bannick Secretary Bobby Arneil .6 - - ' ° ' - 6 " s eniot (2L a65 .... and the tired-eyed senior projects his gaze beyond the professor on the rostrum, Into c question- marked future. . . . CONTRARY TO LAST YEAR ' S customary Senior Week, which proved to have little support ond backing from doss members, concentration was placed on Senior Night, June 4, w,th ChoHotte F.tton Kappa Alpha Theto, and Al Hulbert, Phi Delta Theta, os co-choirmen. Or.gmahty seemed to be the keyword in the plans for the new and different Senior Night. With a Dutch Treat ,dea as backg.ound and the chartering of a bus to tronsport the revellers to and from their dinner dance m one of the town ' s bright spots, it was truly a " bus to bust " climax. Colorful commencement exercises held in the University Pavilion completed the last page of the last chapter in the seniors ' college life. 5 SENIOR NIGHT COMMITTEES: Tickets-Jimmy Coin . Virginia Varnell. Arrangements-D.ck Ev- erett . Nancy Erdohl. Publicity-Lorin Peterson . P.ggy Stiley. Patrons and Patronesses-Bob Keahng . Phyllis Klinker. Entertainment-George Morry . Mary Kay Ro rer. Program-Bob Enloe Va n s Ellis. Finance-Erling Torkelson . Claire Wernecke. Reception-Bob Stauff . Barbara Horrocks. Inv.to- tlons- Pol Rosenberg . Evelyn Ober. Decorations— Bud Lund . Beo Hodge. S IVY PLANTING COMMITTEES: Publicity-Harris Wiltamuth . Morgaret Odell. Arrangements-Bob Egge . Miro Moll. Contact-Johnny Merrill . Kay Madden. Program-Ralph Sweet . Vn-gm.a Kellogg. ' SWWfiW ' JERI ADKINS Aberdeen U.C. Gi ' oys Horbor Club. NADA AHRENS Seattle U.C. Theto of Phratei-es. Slgmo Tau Alpha, Totem Club, Home Economics Club. BERNARD E. ANDERSON Seattle E. B. Acacia. Alpha Kappa Psi. B.A. Council. DOROTHY V. ANDERSON Leavenworth Music University Symphony Orchestra, University Chorus. PHILIP ANDERSON Conrad, (vionlana A. E. R. WARREN ANDERSON Mount Vernon E. B. Phi Koppo Tau, Scobbord and Blode. GLENN O. ANTONIE Spa noway Foi ' estry Forest Club. CLINTON ATKINSON Boise, Idoho U.C. Alpha Sigma Phi, Bond. JACK BABCOCK Anocortes Pharmacy Scabbard and Blade, Pi Mu Chi. MARGARET BALL Portland, Oi ' ogon U.C. Delta Zeta. LAWRENCE BAR Seattle U.C. Sinma Chi. 39 VALERIE ELLIS ... She has taken the eye ot more than one movie scout Kappa Kappa Gamma t VIRGINIA AETZEL Olympia U.C. Kappa Alpha Theta, Phi Mu Gamma. Orchesis, Senior Ball, Junior Prom, Studio Theatre. VIOLET ALFORD Seattle U.C. Phi Chi Delta. CHARLOTTE L. ANDERSON Seattle U.C. A.W.S., Y.V .C.A. EVELYN ANDERSON Seattle U.C. r.W.C.A. Cobncil. RAY A. ANDERSON Seattle U.C. Theta Chi. JAMES ANGLE Spokane Mines Kappa Sigma. Oval Club, V . Club. ROBERTA ARNEIL Wenatchee U.C. Alpha Chi Omega, Totem Club. Senior Class Secretary. WALTER AUSTIN Seattle Forestry Tau Phi Delta, Forestry Club. JOHN J. BAGNALL Seattle U.C. EDWARD BALZER Spokane U.C. Delta Phi Delta. VIOLA BARLOW Br emerton E. B. Kappa Delto. JAMES AHERN Bellingham U.C. Alpha Tau Omega, Glee Club. ROBERT D. ALLEN Seattle U.C. Wesley House. DOROTHY MAY ANDERSON Seattle U.C. HAROLD A. ANDERSON Spokane Forestry Forest Club, Campus Club. RUDY ANDERSON Pasadena, Calif. U.C. Delta Kappa Epsilon, Swim- ming. BERT ANSHUTZ Seattle U.C. Phi Delta Theto, Oval Club, Faculty Certificate Winner, Stu- dent Body Vice-President. Track. HARRIET ASTON Spokane U.C. Delta Gomma. WARREN AVERILL Seattle U.C. Sigma Nu, Intramural Boxing. HARRY BAKER Tacoma E. B. Sigma Phi Epsilon MARY BANNICK Seattle U.C. Alpho Gommo Delta, Jr. Rep. on Board of Control, Freshman Secretary, Senior Treasurer, Vice-President of Town Girls, Matrix Toble, A.W.S. Executive Board. HELEN BARNES Seattle U.C, Leory Hall, Swimming Club. IE, f JESS BARNES Chehalls Engr. Pi Koppa Phi GORDON BARR Seattle Mines CLYDE DORAN .... He put teeth in the iaws of the Interfrater- n,tv Council . . . Psi Upsilor NAOMI BASKERVILLE Olympia u.c. GORDON D. BATH Goidendale Mines Alpho Tau Omega. JOHN BEATTY Everett U.C. Beta Theta Pi. WILLIAM BENECKE Sedro-Woolley Forestry Tau Phi Delta, Forest Club. ALFRED BERGMAN Seottle E. B. Theto Chi. ROBERT BERGSETH Seatile Eng. Sigma Phi Epsilon, Tou Beto Pi. Sigma XI, A.I.E.E. MICHAEL BIRD Seottle U.C. , Phi Gamma Delta, Sigma Delto Chi, Oval Club, Sr. Boseboll Mgr., Assoc. Editor of Doily, Tyee, Columns. RONALD BISHOP Sunnyside Engr. Delta Chi. RAY BLALOCK Seottle U.C. Chi Phi. WALTER BARNET Seattle Chem. Engr. Phi Lambda Upsilon. JACQUELINE BARTELLS Seattle U.C. Alpho Xi Delta. ADELLE BASS Seottle E. B. WENDELL BATT Wilder, Idoho Pharmacy Lambda Chi Alpha. HENRY E. BECKER Everett U.C- KATHRYN BENSON Anocortes U.C. ., Pi Mu Epsilon, Sigma hpsilon Sigma, Ze+o Mu Tou, Sigmo Psi. NEIL BERGMAN Edmonton. Alberta Engr. ANNE M. BERRY Shelton Pharmocy McKee Holl. JANE BISHOP Cheholis U.C. Delta Comma. Dance Commit- tee. MARIE BLACK Seattle U.C. JAMES BLOOMFIELD Seottle E. B. Siqma Phi Epsilon. il ..- VIRGINIA NORWOOD BARNETT Seattle U.C. Assistont Secretory of the Uni- versity Y.W.C.A. FERNE BASE Seattle U.C. Koppa Delta. Y.W.C.A., Pan- heilenic. WALTER BATES Honolulu, Havrfoii P. E. Oval Club, Fir Tree, Big " W Club, Varsity Boot Club. Crevi-. « . ■ ' W - PHIL BAY LEY Shelton Low Phi Delta Theta, Golf. ERNEST BELKNAP Chinook Mech. Engr. Zeta Psi. KNUTE BERGER Seattle Pre- Med. Pi Mu Chi, Pre-Med. Club, Columns, Art Staff. MARIAN BERGREN Seattle U.C. Pi Beta Phi. JAMES BETHEL Tocomo Forestry Forest Club JEAN BISHOP Yokimo U.C. Koppo Alpha Theto. FRED BLAKE Seattle A.I.E.E., Compass ond Ctior Rho Epsilon. STUART BLUM Spokone E. B. Phi Gammo Delto, Alpha Kop- pa Psi, Bachelor ' s Club, Junior Prom Choirmon, Varsity Boll. 40 w GENEVIEVE BODNER Belt, Montana E. B. Independent House Council. LEONARD BONAR Seattle Engr. Tbeto XI. BARBARA BOOSE Sunnyslde E. B. Chi Omega, Panhellenic. ALLEN flOTZER South Bend U.C. Sigma Phi Epsilon. BILL BOWDEN Son Dimas, California U.C. Sigma Alpha Epsilon. PORTUS BOYCE Seattle U.C. Composs and Chort. KATHRYN BRANDMEIER Seattle U.C. Alpha Delta Pi. Y.W.C.A. JOSEPH BRISLAWN Seattle E. B. Sigma Nu. HOWARD BROOKS Maixus Phormacy WINSTON BROUGH Seattle E. B. Sigma Pi. KATHRYN BROWN Seottle U.C. Alpha Xi Delto, Home Ec. Club, A.W.S. 41 L i RICHARD BOGARDUS Seattle E. B. Delta Upsilon. CHARLES BOND Hoquiam E. B. Vorsity Footboll. MARY BOPPELL Seattle U.C. Home Ec. Club, W.E.A. MARY JANE BOUSFIELD Aberdeen U.C. Kappa Kappa Gamma. GEORGE BOWDEY Seattle E. B. Alpha Sigma Phi, Compass and Chart. ANDREW BRAFF Seattle U.C. Tau Kappa Epsilon. WILLIAM BRANIGAN Mount Vernon U.C. ED HILLYER . . . After the Daily editorship came the U. ath- letic publicity job Theta Ch; JACK BOLEY Bellevue E. B. f LANE BRINSON Belllnghom U.C. Delta Koppo Epsilon. ROBERT BROOKS Bellingham U.C. Delta Kappa Epsilon. JAMES BROWN Chino, California Engr. LAURA MAY BROWN Wishram Pharmacy Rho Chi Secretary, Leary Holl Secretary. Alpha Delta Sigma, Daily Busi- ness Manager. ISABEL BOONE Spokane U.C. P. E. Club. BARBARA BORHEK Tocoma U.C. Omicron Nu, Sigma Epsilon Sigma. WILLIAM J. BOUTIN Seattle Engr. ROSS BOWLES Ellensburg Forestry DOANE BRAKEMEYER Seattle U.C. Sigma Alpha Epsilon. LLOYD BRAUER Toledo Law Pon Xenia, Scabbard and Blade, Crew, Cadet Ball. Homecom- ing. HAROLD BROADBOOKS Notches U.C. Glee Club. GERALD BROTT Seottle Engr. Pi Koppa Alpha, Lightweight " Crew. JEANNETTE BROWN Seattle U.C. Alpha Phi, A.W.S., Columns. MONTE E. BROWN Seattle U.C. Chi Psl. K ii f ARIEL STOUT ... Her racket is well-known in national tennis circles Phi Mu MORRIS BROWN Seattle Law WALTER B. BROWN Roslyn Law Alpha Sigma Phi. BARBARA BRYGGER Seattle U.C. Kappa Kappa Gamma, Varsity Ball, Freshman Week Commit- tee. CHARLES BURKHEIMER Seattle E. B. Sigma Alpha Epsilon. GAIL BUSBY Seattle U.C. Zeta Tau Alpha. JAMES CADWELL Vancouver E. B. Beta Theta Pi. JAMES CAIN Holdenville, Okla. E. B. Chi Psl, Oval Club. HENRY CAMPBELL Yakimc U.C. Alpha Delta Phi. MARGARET CARDIFF Spokane Graduate Alpha Delta Pi. JAMES CARPENTER Seattle U.C. Alpha Delta Phi. JOHN CARTER Seattle E. B. Zeto Psi, Hockey. PAUL BROWN Seattle U.C. JOHN BRUCKART Olympia Forestry Chi Psi, Forestry Club. WESLEY BUBB Tacoma U.C. Phi Kappa Psl. FLOYD BURTON Seattle Engr. GLEN BUTTERFIELD Seattle Engr. Delta Sigma Phi, Rifle Team. MAX CADY Seattle E. B. Transportation Club. ELOISE CALHOUN Seattle U.C. Alpha Kappa Delta. KENNETH CANNON Seattle E. B. Delta Upsilon. NANCY RUTH CARLBERG Seattle U.C. Y.W.C.A. VIRGIL CARRELL Hyak Forestry Forest Club. MARJORIE CARTWRIGHT Ontario, Calif. U.C. Chi Omega. k ROBERT M. BROWN Spokane Law Kappa Sigma. HELEN M. BRYAN Seattle U.C. Koppo Phi, Home Ec. Club. ELSIE BUCKMAN Seattle U.C. TRANE BURWELL Olympia U.C. Y.W.C.A., Wesley House. WADE BYERS Bend, Oregon E. B. Alpha Delta Sigma. HAZEL CAIN Seattle U.C. 8.A. Women ' s Club, Y.W.C.A. ARCHIE CAMPBELL Seattle U.C. Sigma Delta Chi, Doily. MARK CANTERBURY Aberdeen Law Sigma Alpha Epsilon. LILLIAN CARLSON Potlatch U.C. Alpha Delta Pi. BETTY ANN CARTER Seattle U.C. Phi Mu. DONALD CASEY Seattle U.C. Phi Mu Alpha, Bond. ALICE CAVENY Seattle E. B. LEE CHAPMAN Portland. Ore. u.c. Aloha Omicron PI. BRUCE CHEEVER Cedarville, Mich. U.C. Theto Chi. BAIN CHIBA Seattle U.C. Japanese Club. KENNETH CLARK Seattle Law Scabbord and Blade. WILLIAM B. CLARK Monroe Pharmacy AL CLEVELAND Tacoma E. B. Acocia. HELEN COFFMAN Seattle U.C. Mu Phi Epsllon. ALBERTA COLCOCK Seattle Science Alpha Chi Omega, Y.W.C.A.. Home Ec. Club. EMERY COLKEH Hoquiam E. B. Phi Delta Theta, Varsity Ball Chairman, High School Lead- ers Chairman. A.S.U.W. Vice- President. ROBERT CONNER Wenatchee Low Pi Kappa Phi, Glee Club. 43 MURRAY MORGAN ... And he once bet $10 he ' d never work on the Daily . . . Alpha Tau Omega f CLIFFORD CHAFFEE Bremerton U.C. University Christian Union. MARY ROSE CHARBONEAU Seattle U.C. JOHN CHENEY Seattle Low Alpha Delta Phi, Ski Teon Minor " W " Club. MARY ANN CHILDS Tacoma U.C. Theto Sigma Phi, Standords Chairman of Lewis Hall, Daily. RUTH CLARK Tacoma U.C. Pi Beta Phi, Mu Phi Epsilon, Concert Bond, Radio. VINTON CLARKE Seattle Mines Engineering Council. MYRON CLIMEN50N Seattle Engr. A.I.E.E., Scabbard and Blade. DONALD COHAN Seattle Low Zeta Beta Tau. MARY COLE Seattle U.C. Gamma Phi Beta, A.S.U.W., Junior Prom, Varsity Ball. KENNETH COLVIN Yakima Law Phi Delta Theta. JACK CONNOR Seottle HARRISON CHAMBERS Toppenish E. B. Delta Chi. RUSH F. CHASE Seattle Engr. VERNON CHESTER Seattle U.C. Scabbard ond Blade. DOUGLAS CLARK Vancouver U.C. Kappa Sigma, Glee Club. TREAT CLARK Seottle E. B. Chi Psi. MARY ELIZABETH CLEMEN Seattle U.C. Alpha Phi, A.W.S. RUBY COATES Seattle U.C. Alpha Chi Omega, Mortar Board, Totem Club. Y.Vl .C.A. President. SYLVAN E. COHEN Seattle U.C. Zeto Beta Tau. ROBERT COLE Seattle Engr. Scabbard and Blade. HERBERT T. CONDON, JR. Seattle E. B. High School Leoders Confer- ence. MARIAN CONYERS Seottle Home Ec. Phi Chi Delta. Y.W.C.A., West- minster Club, A.W.S. Concerts, Home Ec. Club. i i fll f JACK BOLEY ... He boosted The Daily ' s advertising to an all- time high . . , Independent. DON COOK WILLIAM COPPEDGE Seattle Spokane U.C. E. B. Adelphi President, Alpha Delta Alpha Sigma Phi. Sigma, Scabbard and Blode, Rodio. Student Affairs Com- mittee. ALBERTA CORKERY EVELYN CORNELIUS Seattle Colfax U.C. U.C. Tyee, Doily. Koppo Alpha Theta. VARNEY CORNWELL Yakima E. B. Beta Theto Pi. DUANE COSPER Walla Wallo Mines Lambdo Chi Alpha, Scabbard and Blode. DON CREW Ci ' cighton, Nebr U.C. STANLEY CROCKER Vancouver, B. C. Mines LOUISE CORWIN Seattle U.C. Phi Alpha Rho, Newmon Club, P. E. Club, Tops Club. JOHN COTTON Seattle E. B. Propeller Club. Tronsportotion Club, Crew. FRED CRIDDLE Seattle Engr. Compass and Chart, A.I.E.E. ELIZABETH CROMMELIN Pendleton, Ore. U.C. BARBARA CROWDER Seattle U.C. Theta Sigma Phi, Totem Doily, Tyee. Club, JOE CROWLEY Butte, Mont. U.C. Siqmo tvlu. JAMES CRUZEN Boise, Idaho E. B. Sigma Nu. DENNIS CULP Wenatchee Engr. Beta Theto Pi. RICHARD CURTIS Winslow U.C. Scabbard and Blade. ADRIAN CURTISS Grohom E. B. Theto Chi, Frosh Track. Wrest ling. Minor " W " Club. ROBERT DAHLIN Selah U.C. Phi Kappa Psi, Golf, Intramural Basketball. ALBERT DALINKUS Raymond U.C. ELLWOOD DAVIDSON Port Angeles U.C. Delta Chi. BETTY LOU DAVIS Boise. Idaho U.C. Theta of Phrateres, Roger Wil- liams Club, A.W.S. Concerts. .1 V ■■.■ .jr--.v " V JAMES CORDINER Seottle Engr. EILENE CORNWALL Seottle U.C. VIRGINIA CORY Seottle U.C. CATHERINE CREGO Spokane U.C. Gamma Phi Beta. PAUL CRIPE Seattle Low Univei ' sity Band. WILLIAM CROSBY Everett U.C. BOB CRUIKSHANK Yelm E. E. Tou Koppa Epsilon, Interfra+er nity Council. MARY CURTIS Granite Falls U.C. EMMA DAETWYLER Renton U.C. Harborview Hall, Nurses ' Club. MARTHA DANIELS Seattle U.C. Pi Lambda Theta, Fi ' eshmon Week Leader, Y.W.C.A. INEZ DAVIS Orange, Calif. U.C. Pi Beta Phi. STANLEY DAVIS Seattle E. B. Varsity Boot Club. BEHY DEAN Seattle U.C. Alpha XI Delta, Lambda Rho. BOB DEERING Tacoma U.C. Alpha Delta Phi, Frosh Tennis, Varsity Tennis, Junior Prom, Varsity Boll. EDGAR DENSMORE Tacomo E. B. Koppo Sigma. FLOYD DICKINSON Hoodsport Forestry Xi Sigma Pi, Forest Club, Phi Sigma. JOHN DODDS Seattle C. E. Delta Upsilon, Scabbard and Blade, Rifle Team. A.S.C.E. CLYDE DORAN Spokane U.C. Psi Upsilon, Interfroternity Council Pres., Bachelor ' s Club. WILLIAM DOUGLASS VVenatchee U.C. Sigma Alpha Epsilon. CECIL DRURY_ Seattle U.C. JOAN DYAR Spokane U.C. JAMES EASTWOOD Lewiston, Idoho E. B. Phi Gamma Delta, Alpho Kap- pa Psi, Oval Club, Twenty Club, B.A. Council, President of Malomutes, Song Fest, Homecoming Chrmn 45 ■ ' •.l KAY MADDEN ... She pounded K the gavel at Mortar Board meet- B MERTON DAWLEY Voshon Forestry Tau Phi Delta. CHARLES DAY Seattle U.C. Crew, Varsity Boot Club. PHYLLIS DEARBORN Seattle U.C. Tyee, Doily. ELIZABETH DEARLE Seattle E. B. Beta Gamma Sigma, B,A. Vo- cational Club. DORIS DELZER Seattle Education P. E. Club, " W " Club. Club, ' ops ROBERT DEMING Seattle E. B. Track. RAY DE5CAMP Seattle Forestry Tau Phi Delta. MINNIE RUTH DE SHAZO Seattle U.C. Omicron Nu, Sigma Xi, A.W.S. Concert. DOROTHY DIEHL Bellingham U.C. Kappa Alpha Theta LYDIA DIKEMAN Seattle U.C. Alpha Delta Pi. RONALD DODDS Mount Vernon U.C. Tau Koppo Alpha, S Chi, Debate Team, igma D Doily. elto VAN DONALDSON Polouse E. B. Tau Koppo Epsilon, Tronspor- totion Club, Interfroternity Council. BEVERLY DORR JOHN DOUGLAS Tacomo U.C. Enumclaw E. B. Phi Delta Theta. GILBERT DRAKE Seattle Engr. EDYTHE DRAPER Seattle U.C. Sigma Koppo, Y. W. C. A., A,W.S. Concerts, Sketch Club, Waffle Breakfast. WILLIAM CLAY DUDLEY Seottle U.C. KATHERINE DUFFY Seattle U.C. Koppo Alpha Theta. Totem Club, Y.W.C.A., Stondords Committee. Panhellenic. JEAN OYER Seottle U.C. Xenlo of Phrateres A.W.S Suest Nig mural iports, V.-Pres A., Phrateres Activi Presid ht, Int . Y. W ty Chr ent. ra- C. Tin. CHARLOTTE EARLYWINE Everett U.C. Phi-oteres, Compus Club, West- minster Club. JULIA EATON Olympic U.C. Gommo Phi Beta. FRANK EBERHARTER Seattle Low Alpha Koppo Psi. } l» PAUL PLAMONDON . . . Oval Club liked the color of his hair so they made him prexy Kappa Sigma JANE EBRIGHT Seattle U.C. Alpha Chi Omega. Totem Club, A.W.S., Y.W.C.A. ROBERT EGGE Seattle U.C. Sigma Chi, Big " W " Club, Basketball. DOUGLAS ELDRIGE Lewistown, Mont. E. B. Phi Sigma Alpha, Government Service, Boxing. WILLIAM ELLIS Eliensburg E. B. Student Coop. Association. TED EMERSON Seattle Engr. Phi Sigma Kappa. Scabbard and Blode. ROBERT ENLOE Portland. Ore. E. B. Beta Theta Pi. ARTHUR ERICKSON Seattle U.C. Phi Mu Alpha. CHARLOnE WOODS ERNST Seattle U.C. Pre-Med. Club. RICHARD EVERETT Okanogan E. B. Phi Gamma Delta, Pres. Spiked Shoe Club, Jr. Track Manager, Homecoming, Varsity Ball. VIRGINIA FAIRFAX Portland, Ore. U.C. McKee Hall. Xenlo of Phrot- eres. Psi Chi. NONA FAUCETT Kirklond U.C. NAOMI EDWARDS Eliensburg U.C. Pi Beta Phi. BJORM EIKREM Seattle U.C. ELIZABETH ELLINGWOOD Puyollup U.C. Alpho Chi Omega. ORVILLE ELTON Spokane U.C. Alpha Tau Omega. Glee Club. LUCILLE ENGDAHL Spokane U.C. Delta Delta Delta. GROVER ENSLEY Colfax E. B. Varsity Debate. Intramural VVrestling. RUTH ERICKSON Seattle U.C. JANE ESHOM Seattle U.C. Theto Sigma Phi, Totem Club, Pi Sigma Alpha. Doily Society Editor, Tyee. VIRGINIA EWING Seattle U.C. Sigma Tou Alpha, Phi Omego Pi. MARLTON FALCONER Ketchikan, Alaska Engr. Vv ' estmlnster Club, A.S.M.E. JIM FE BENITO Philippines Education Filipino Club. i i) jr» . RICHARD EGGE Seattle Engr. Stgma Chi. SIDNEY EISENBEIS Tacomo U.C. Delta Kappa Epsilon. VALERIE ELLIS Seattle U.C. Kappa Kappa Gamma, Mortar Board. Totem Club, Penthouse, Studio Theatre. JANE EMBURY Seattle U.C. Chi Omega, Alpha Kappa Del- ta, Mortar Board, Totem Club, Ponhellenic President, A.Vv ' .S. THEODORE ENGLISH Everett U.C. Kappa Sigma. NANCY ERDAHL Seattle U.C. Chi Omega, " W " Key Club, Totem Club, A.S.U.W. Secre- tary, Junior Prom, Sports Prom, Tyee, Frosh Council, Y.V .C.A. GOSTA ERIKSEN Seattle Education Chi Phi, V.B.C., Minor " W, " Swimming, Crew. EUGENE EUGENE. JR. Spokane E. B. Phi Kappa SIgmo. BOB FAGAN Seattle U.C. Phi Sigma Kappa. VIOLET FARRAN Seattle U.C. Phi Mu. LUCILLE FEIST Tocoma U.C. Alpha Epsilon Phi, DONALD FERGUSON Renton Pharmacy BETTY FINGER Burlingame, Calif U.C. Alpha O-nicron PI, Panhellenic. DONNA FLICKINGER Seattle U.C. Blaine Hall. MAXINE FOOTE Chelan U.C. Alpha Gamma Delta, Univ Puppeteers. Dolly. A.W.S. ELMER FOSTER Seattle Mines BEHY ANNE FRINK Seattle U.C. Kappo Kappa Gamma. FLORENCE ANN FROHNING Seattle U.C. Nurses ' Club. TETSUO FUJITA Sumner E. B. Japanese Club. FANNIE FULTON Seattle ' E. B. DONALD GADDIS Chicago, lil. U.C. Kappa Sigma. BERNADETTE GAMBLE Seattle U.C. ■•7 PEGGY STILEY . . . Ballet Moose didn ' t convince her that football stars could dance Alpha Delta Pi JOYCE FERGUSON BIckleton U.C. Leary Hall. CHARLOHE FITTON Seattle U.C. Kappa Alpha Theta, Mortar Board, Totem Club, " W " Key. A.W.S., Y.W.C.A. CHARLES FLYNN Everett U.C. Phi Gamma Delta. PAUL S. FORD Seattle E. B. Beta Alpha Psl. MARIAN FOSTER Juneau. Alaska U.C. Alpha Delta Pi, Treosurer Jun- ior Class, Alaska Club, Doily, Ballet Moose. ELIZABETH FROESCHER Seattle U.C. EBBA FROLUND Seattle U.C. Delta Delta Delta. Y.W.C.A., Home Ec. Club. SHIZUYO FUKATANI Seattle Home Economics Fuyo Kal Vice-President. JAMES FUNK Shelton E. B. Theta Chi. MARIANNE GAGLIARDI Tacoma U.C. Leory Hall. JANE GEAR Tacoma U.C. Alpha Delta Pi. CHARLOTTE FIELD Seattle Alpha Omicron Pi, Daily Mod- eling School, Penthouse, Studio Theatre. ELIZABETH FITTON Seattle U.C. Kappa Alpha Theta, " W " Key, Totem Club. Mortar Board, A.W.S. President, Y.W.C.A., Board of Control. JOSEPH A. FOLDOE Seattle Education MARIE FORGEY Seattle U.C. Alpha Chi Omego HARRIET FRANCIS Spokane U.C. Alpha Gamma Delta. MARGERY FROGNER Seottle U.C. KAZUO FUJIHARA Seattle U.C. Fuyo-Kai. CELESTE FULTON Seattle U.C. Alpha Chi Omega, High School Conference, Y.W.C.A. Cabinet, A.W.S. Concerts. GORDON GABIE Seattle E. B. Psi Upsilon, President Alpha Delta Sigma. Summer School Daily Bus. Mgr. BARBARA GAMBLE Twin Falls, Idaho U.C. F ' hi Chi Delta. HARRY GEERDE Seattle Forestry Tau Phi Delta. mf Kin, mm ■ ■ • BARBARA JONES . . . After she scheduled -45 debates, the co- eds had someone to argue with . . DAVID GELLATLY . . . ri DeTd rni BERWYN GEOGHEGAN Wena+chee Seottle E. B. u.c. Zeta Psi. Sigma N u, Junior Bosebol Manager. HAROLD GERDON JOHN GERKE Edmonds Seattle Engr. E. B. A. E. F. HAROLD GILES Seattle U.C. Daily. FRED GOIN Spokane U.C. Ammoni Soci PHYLLIS GOOGE Algona U.C. Oi ' chestra. GLENNA GOWEN Seattle U.C. CLIFFORD GI5H Everett E. B. LEON GONCHAROV VIodivostock, U.S.S.R. Forestry Students ' Cooperative Ass ' n. BETSY GORMLEY Seattle U.C. Theta Sigma Phi President, Totem Club, Tyee Associate Ed- itor. Daily Society Editor. THOMAS GRADY Yakima Law ROBERT GRAHAM DON GRANSTON Seattle U.C. Phi Delta Theto. Seattle U.C. Theta Chi, Stunt Duke. Mola- mutes. Junior Prom. ROBERT GRANT VIRGINIA GRANT Seattle U.C. Phi Sigma Kappa, Scobbard and Blade. Seattle U.C. Sigma Koppo. Home Ec. Club Vorsity Hall, Codet Boll. CRAIG GRIFFIN DONALD GUSTAFSON Seottle U.C. Phi Kappa Sigma. Fulton City U.C. Sigma Phi Sigma, Sigma Xi, Ph Lambda Upsilon. VALERIE HAIGH BYRON HAINES Seattle U.C. Gamma Phi Beta. Bend, Ore. Education Alpha Tau Omega, Big " W Club. Oval Club. RAY HALL WALTER A. HALL Ketchikan. Alasko U.C. Pi Kappa Phi, Atelier. Brush Prairie E. B. Sigma Phi Epsilon. i.- SI i EVAN GEOGHEGAN Seattle U.C. Phi Sigmo Kappa. FLORENCE GETZENDANER Gi ' ondview U.C. p. E. Club. HARRIET GISKE Tocomo U.C. McKee Holl, Sigma Epsilon, HAROLD GOOD Trout Lake U.C. Westminster Club, Campus Christian Council. DOUGLAS GOULD Seottle U.C. MARY LOU GRAHA Seottle U.C. Alpha Xi Delta. KENNETH GRANT Ellensbui 3 U.C. ROBERT GREEN Tacomo Sigma Nu. Big " W Club, Var- sity Boat Club, Bachelors ' Club. MARGUERITA HABERSETZER Frances U.C. Zeto Tau Alpha. DAVE HALL Seattle E. B. Sigmo Alpho Epsilon, Out- board Motorboot Rocing. FRANK HALLETT, JR. Castle Rock E. B. Men ' s Glee Club, Pyramid Club. Intramural Swimminq Baseball. 43 ' feaaa flKMywwiaroH g e RUBY COATES ... The under- classmen at the Y.W.C.A. cottage got a New Deal under her . Alpha Chi Omega t GORDON HAMBLEY Bellingham Pharmacy Theto Chi. GEORGE HANSEN Seottie E. B. Scabbard ond Blade, Transpor- tation Club, Propeller Club. Purple Shield. MARIAN HANSEN Tacoma U.C. LOUISE HARLAN Nome, Alaska U.C. Chi Omega. LEIF HARRIS Ketchikan, Alaska E. B. Theto Chi. RICHARD HART Seattle U.C. Theta Chi. Senior Class Pres., Senior Mgr.. Ballet Moose Co-Chairman. NANCY HARVEY Vancouver Education Pilgrim Club. P. E. Club. Taps Club. DOROTHY HAWTHORNE Seottle U.C. Zeto Mu Tau, Pi Mu Epsilon, Sigma Tou Alpha, Roger Wil- liams Club. RUTH HEIBERG Portland, Or . U.C. Alpha Gamma Delta. DORIS HEMRICH Seattle U.C. Alpho Chi Omega, Toten Club. Y.W.C.A., Panhellenic. ROBERT HENNING Juneau, Alaska U.C. Sigmo Delta Chi, Alosko CK ■I. VIRGINIA HANNA Seottle U.C. Alpha Delta Pi. GLADYS HANSEN OIoIIq U.C. Nu of Phrateres, Scondinovian Club. KENNETH HARGREAVES Seattle Engr. Theta Chi. FRANCES HANSEN Seottle U.C. Alpha Xi Delto. Y.W.C.A. HOWARD HANSEN Tocomo E. B. Theto Chi. HENRY B. HARRIS Seattle Engr. Delto Upsilon. DOROTHY MAE HARRISON Seattle U.C. Delta Delta Delta. CLINTON HARING Seattle Forestry KRISTIN HARRIS Honolulu, Hawaii U.C. Alpha Comma Delta. Treas- urer Soph. Closs, Varsity Ball. Student Leader, Freshman Week. MARY HART Seattle U.C. Gamma Phi Beta. CHARLES HARTMAN RUTH ANN HARTSUCK Seattle Mines Big " W " Club. V.B.C.. Crew. Hoquiom U.C. Alpha Omicron Pi, Sigma Tau Alpho, Groys Harbor Club. A.W.S., Tyee, Univ. Chorus. VIVIAN HAUGEN CATHERINE HAWLEY Seattle U.C. p. E. Club, Swimming Club. Everett U.C. Sigma Kappa, Daily, Y.W.C.A.. A.W.S., Varsity Ball. Cadet Boll, Waffle Breokfost. LEAH HAYWARD RICHARD HEDREEN Seattle U.C. Alpha Chi Omega. Totem Club, Mortor Board, Y.W.C.A. Seattle Chem. Engr. L ..... LINDA HELLYER GEORGE HEMMEN Acme U.C. Seattle Graduate Phi Lambda Upsilon, Phi Alpha Rho. JOHN HENDERSON FRANCES HENDERSON Ellensburg E. B. Seottle U.C. ADA HEPPENSTALL MURIEL HESSE Seattle Seattle U.C. U.C. Mu Phi Epsilon. jm m. f BILL SANDER . . . Some call him the handsomest Senior Track Manager of the century .... Beta Theta Pi IMOGENE HEWITT Seattle U.C. ANDREW HILEN Seottle Delta Upsilon, Associote td- Itor Columns. EDWIN HILLYER Sunnyside U.C. Theta Chi, Daily Editor, Sigma Delta Chi President, Oval Club, Campus Broadcaster. VERA HJORT Lake Stevens U.C. Sigma Epsilon Sigma. WARREN HODGES Seattle U.C. Chorus. ISABEL HOGE Seattle U.C. Alpha Chi Omega. P. R. HOLDSWORTH Seattle Mines PEGGY HOLMES Tapango Canyon, Calif Music Delta Zeta, Sigma Alpha loto. REBECCA HOPKINS Fairbanks. Alaska U.C. Chi Omega, P. E. Club. WILLIAM HOSOKAWA Seattle U.C. Sigma Delta Chi, Dally. EULA HOWARD Seattle Education P. E. Club, Women ' s Sports Council. PHILIP HILDITCH Seattle E. B. Phi Gamma Delta. DONALD HILL Seattle Forestry Tau Phi Delta, Xi Sigma Pi, Forest Club. LOWELL HILPERT Centralia U.C. CLAIRE HOCHFELD Portland, Ore. U.C. Alpha Epsilon Phi. EVELYN HOEM Snohomish E. B. B.A. Women ' s Club. SAM HOKARI Seattle E. B. Joponese Students ' Club. BONITA HOLLAND Seattle Education Alpha Gamma Delta, Tyee. Daily, A.W.S., Women ' s En- semble. LENORA HOYLE Seattle U.C. CHIYE HORIUCHI Seattle E. B. President Fuyo-Kai, JOHN HOSHOR Bremerton U.C. Sigma Phi Epsilon. JAMES HOWE Tocoma Engr. A.S.C.E. Theta Chi. ■Xi ikk: ALFRED HILDMAN Seattle Forestry XI Sigma Pi. JOHN HILL Seattle U.C. Psi Upsilon, Varsity Boat Club, Lightweight Crew. HELEN HITCHCOCK Seattle U.C. Alpha Kappa Delta. Sigma Epsilon Sigma. BEATRICE HODGE Tocoma U.C. Delta Gamma. MARIE HOFFMAN Seattle U.C. German Club, Senior Girl Scouts. RHODA HOKENSTAD Snohomish Education Rifle Team. ROY HOLLAND Seattle Low Minor " W " Club, Hockey. HARRIET HOPKINS Spokane U.C. Gamma Phi Beta. VIRGINIA HOSKINS Seattle U.C. Alpha Chi Omega, " W " Key, A.W.S. Firesides. BILL HOUSTON Seottle E. B. Sigmo Alpha Epsilon, Junior Class President, Interfraternity Council. PHILIP HUEY Anocortes E. B. Beta Alpha Psi. GEORGE HUGHES Seatt e Mines Phi Delta Theta. TYLER HULL Seattle U.C. Phi Delto Theta. MARJORIE HUMPHRIES Seattle U.C. HERBERT IHRIG Seanle U.C. Sigmo Chi. WINNIFRED INGRAM Seattle U.C. Delta Sigma Theta, Alpho Kappa Delta. ROBERT JACKSON TaccTiQ U.C. Acacia. ZOLA JAMESON Nor-folk. Virginia U.C. MURIEL JANIKULA Enumclaw E. B. AVIS JOHNSON Seattle U.C. W.A.A., Taps Club, P. E. Club. EDWARD JOHNSON Seattle E. B. Phi Kappa Psi, Columns, Tyee. MARJORIE JOHNSON Kirkland U.C. Sigmo Koppo. SI ROSE LUNN . The only H V gjr and in aeronaut an A student engineering at . . . L . Siqma Kappa B ( , 4r, .,-._ K JEAN HUGHES ALBERT HULBERT Seattle Aberdeen U.C. E. B. Alpha Koppo Delta. Phi Delta Theta, Senior Frosh Basketball Mgr. BRUCE HUMBER JEANNE HUMMER Seattle Seattle E. B. U.C. Phi Delta Theta, O vol Club, Chimes of Phroteres. Totem Spiked Shoe Club, B och elors ' Club, A.W.S. Exec. Comm., Club. Y.W.C.A., Motrix Table, Var- sity Ball. GEORGE HUNT ELEANOR HUOT Puyallup Seattle Engr. U.C. V.B.C., Oval Club, Big •■w " Chimes cf Phroteres. Gamma Club, Crew. Alpha Chi, Totem Club, A.W.S. Exec. Boord, Standards Comm.. Student Affairs Comm., Daily Bus. Staff, Phroteres President. LOUISE INGALLS GORDON INGMAN Seattle Juneau, Alaska Education Engr. Women ' s " W Club, P.E. Club. Beta Kappa, Scobbard and Blade, Engineering Council. JOHN C. IRETON ANNABEL IZZARD Seattle Seottle Engr. U.C. Tau Beta Pi, Sigma Xi, Zeto Mu Tau, A.S.C.E. ROGER JAMES DENVER JAMESON Spokane Yakima Engr. U.C. Theto Chi. Sigmo Phi Epsilon. HAZEL JAMIESON MARC JANES Edmonds Tocomo E. B. E. B. Pres. of Beta Gommc Sic ma. Psi Upsilon. ADE JASKAR ELEANOR JENNINGS Aberdeen U.C. Seattle U.C. Alpha Chi Omega. BILLIE JOHNSON CLAUDE JOHNSON Seattle U.C. Bloine Hall. Seattle U.C. French Droma Club. ELSIE JOHNSON EVELYN JOHNSON Seottle U.C. Sigma Epsilon. Colville U.C. Chi Omega. MARVEL JOHNSON RICHARD JOHNSON Tocomo Vancouver U.C. Education Atelier Beta Theta PI. i ' IK ' S t NAT WASHINGTON . . . Natural for a descendant of the George Washington ' s to be A. S. U. W. president .... Beta Theta pi RUTH JOHNSON Everett U.C. Alpha Phi, Sigma Epsllon Sig- mo. Rifle Team. MARY JOHNSTONE Seattle U.C. Alpha Delta Pi, Mu Phi Epsilon. LORNA MAE JONES Seattle U.C. Gamma Phi Beta, A.W.S. Con- cei ' ts. MAX JUDY Yakima E. B. Phi Kappa Psi. WILLIAM P. KAMP Des Moines Pharmacy WILLIAM JOHNSON Seattle Engr. BARBARA JONES Seattle U.C. Pi Beta Phi, Sigma Epsilan Sig- ma. Tou Kappa Alpha. Mortar Board, Totem Club, Women ' s Debote. Y.W.C.A. Council. LYAL JONES Kelso E. B. ROY KACHEL Seattle Engr. A. REINHOLD KARLSTROM Seattle U.C. ROBERT KEATING ALICE KEIL Wallace. Idaho Low Seattle U.C. Sigma Nu. Track. Spiki id Sh oe , ■.»■ - Club. Bachelors ' Club. KATHERINE KELLOGG VIRGINIA KELLOGG Bellingham Everett U.C. U.C. Alpha Phi. Gamma Phi Beta, Totem Club " W " Key. Mortar Board. WILLIAM M. KELLY HARRY KENNEDY Kirkland U.C. Seattle U.C. Alpha Sigma Phi. BETTY KERR STERLING KEYES Seottle U.C. Bellinghom U.C. Xenia of Phrateres. University Christian Union ROBERT J. KEYSER JAMES KIESLING Boise. Idoho Wenatchee E. B. Law Alpha Sigma Phi Phi Delta Theto. ELINOR KINKAID BILL KINTNER Seattle E. B. Xenia of Phrotei ' es. Tofi sm Cli ub, Seattle U.C. Phi Delta Theto. Pi Mu Chi B.A. Council Seci ' etoi c_i 1 1 .. ' r .L ■y. H igh Spiked Shoe Club. Track. School Leaders ' Conference. ,%♦ WLA Mt2 % ' t Wr •— MARJORIE JOHNSTON Seattle E. B. Phi Mu. B.A. Club. Westmln. ster Club. LOIS JONES Boise, Idaho U.C. Delta Gamma. RUSSELL JONES Seattle Engr. A.S.M.E. MARY E. KAHLE Seattle U.C. Delta Zeta. LEO KARP New York City, N. Y. U.C. Daily. NED KELLEY Seattle U.C. Delta Kappa Epsilon. Pi Mu Chi, Malomutes, Crew. ALVIN KELLY Seattle E. B. Sigma Chi, I n te rf ra ternity Council Secretary. FRANK H. KENTON Everett Engr. Phi Lambda Upsilon. Ammoni Socii. KATHRYN KEYS Seattle U.C. Chimes of Phrateres. P.E. Club McKee Holl. JACK KIME Seattle U.C. Sigma Alpho Epsilon. YUKIYE KIRIYAMA Seattle U.C. Fuyo-Koi. W CHARLOHE FinON . . . Every- body had fun at her Guest Night parties . . . Kappa Alpha Theta ERIC KIRKLAND Seattle Education Finish Club, Student Teacher. PHYLLIS KLINKER Seattle U.C. Gammo Phi Beta. Omicron Nu. Totem Club, Mortar Board. Toio Chairman, ALICE KNOWLES Seattle U.C. CHUGC KOITO Japan U.C. ESTHER KRABBE Bellingham E. B. Delta Zeta. GERALD KRAVIK Everett Engr. Phi Lombdo Upsilon. Ammoni Socii. ABRAHAM KREMS Seattle Pharmacy Pi Mu Chi, Rho Chi, Sigma Xi. DOROTHY LA BARR Klrklond U.C. MARY JANE LAMMIE Seottle I U.C. Theto Upsilon, A.W.S. Com- mittee. ROBERT LAMSON Seattle U.C. Phi Gamma Delto. Minor " W " Club. EINAR LARSON Bellingham U.C. A.S.U.. Y.M.C.A. 53 V lirj L ' - JOHN KJOSNESS Leavenworth Forestry Tou Phi Delta, Forestry Club. DAN KNISELY Everett M.E. Theto Xi, Engineering Council MYRON KNUDSON Seattle Engr. A.I.E.E. ERICH KOKER Seattle U.C. Phi Mu Alpha. HARRISON KRAMER Seottle U.C. FRIEDA KREHBIEL Tacoma U.C. insurance Fraternity. HOWARD KRESKY Centrolia U.C. Alpha Delta Phi, Y.M.C.A. NAN LADDS Everett U.C. Delta Delta Delta. JAMES LAMONT Seottle E. B. Phi Kappa Sigma. Interfrater- nity Council. LOUISE LAND Seattle U.C. Alpha Xi Delta. GEORGE LARSON Seattle U.C. JOHN KLEIN Snohomish U.C. Delta Chi. HELEN KNOTT Seattle U.C. Sigma Epsllon, Sigma Epsilon SIgmo. BERNARD KOHLS Yakima E. B. Phi Gamma Delta. Big " W Club. Baseball Mgr. WALTER K0L050FF Aberdeen E. B. Beta Alpha Psi. Beta Gammo Sigma. LILYAN KRANTZ Nompc, Idaho U.C. Alpha Gamma Delta, Phi Theto Upsilon, Y.W.C.A., Cosmopol- itan Club. JOHN KREITZER Portland, Ore. U.C. DOMINIC KULJIS Bellingham U.C. PHYLLIS LAMKEN Tacoma Phormocy GERTRUDE LAMPING Seattle U.C. Gamma Phi Beta, Mu Phi Ep- silon, A.W.S. Concerts, Town Girls Treosurer. BURNELL LARSON Olympio Education French Dramo Club. HAZEL LARSON Co motion Pharmacy S5?S m f CHUCK WAGNER . . . And the basketball captain played like something possessed . ■ ■ • ■ Sigma Cni ROY E. LARSON Seattle U.C. Sigmo Delta Chi, RICHARD LAWRENCE Spokane U C. Alpha Delta Phi, Sigma Delta Chi, Dally. BILL LENNOX Seattle U.C. Sigma Phi Epsilon. WILLIAM LEWIS Seattle U.C. MARIE LILLSJO Aberdeen Kappa of Phroteres, Nurses Club. WILLIAM LINKLATER Puyallup Mines . Kappa Sigma, Mines Society. MARTHA LIVELY Seattle U C Alpha Gamma Delta, Y.W.C A., A.W.S. Concerts, Daily, Ad Club. ELMER LOGG Seattle Enqr. Tau Beta Pi , Phi Lambda Up- silon. Finish Club, Football. CARMEN LOPEZ Seattle U.C. Phi Mu. EDWARD LOVERICH Winslow Education Alpha Sigma Phi, Basketball. HENRY LUKE Seattle Pharmacy Sigma Psi, Rho Chi. Pi Mu Chi, VERLE LARSON Spokane U.C. Lambda Rho, Orchesis. WILLIAM LEAHY Whitetish, Mont. E. B. Kappa Sigma, Sr. Managers Council, Intramural Sport Man- ager, Oval Club. ARNOLD LEUENBERGER Tacoma E. B. Psi Upsilon. MORRIS LICHTENSTEIN Alderwood Monor U.C. JOHN LINCOLN Seattle U.C. RICHARD LINKLETTER Seattle Engr. Zeto Mu Tau, Sigma Xi, Tau Beta Pi, Rifle Club, A.I.E.E.. Institute of Radio Engineers. HENRY LOEW Seattle E. E. Phi Kappa Sigma, A.I.E.E., V.B.C., interfroternlty Council, Lightweight Crew. BERNARD LONCTOT Seottle U.C. Oval Club, Senior Football Mgr., Sec.-Treas. Managerial Council. WILLIAM LOVE Snohomish U.C. Alpha Delta Sigma, Sigma Delta Chi, Editor Summer School Daily. ELMER L071ER Spokane U.C. Adelphi, Technocrocy Club. 1933. GEORGE LUND Tacoma E. B. Beta Theta Pi, Crew. ' A A FRANCES LAWLOR Seattle E. B. Kappa Delta. B.A. Club, B.A. Council, A.W.S. Council. GERTRUDE LEE Heron, Mont. U.C. Sororio. ELMO LEWIS Cheholis Pharmacy Alpha Tau Omega ARTHUR LILLIG Seattle E. B. Pan Xenla. STANLEY LINGLE Seattle E. B. LEWIS LITVIN Seattle U.C. CARL LOFBERG Aberdeen U.C. Pi Mu Chi, Pre-Medic Club. JAMES LONGMUIR Seattle E. B. Beta Theta Pi, U. Golf Team. HAZEL LOVEJOY Seattle U.C. Alpha Chi Omega, A.W.S., Y.W.C. A., Home Economics Club Council. EDWIN LUKE Seattle U.C. Sigma Delta Chi, Doily, Y.M. C.A. HANS LUND Omok E. B. Delta Upsilon, Baseball Mgr JAMES EASTWOOD ... He mjectsd new life into the home- coming tradition Phi Gamma Delta t EDGAR LUNN SecTTie E. B. Chi Phi, Maiamutes, Rally Chairman, Stunt Duke, Knights of the Hook, Homecoming. CORINNE LYMAN Seattle U.C. MARGUERITE MC BRIDE Seattle U.C. Sigma Kappa. FLORENCE MC CALL Seattle U.C. Theta Upsilon, Y.W.C.A. LILLIAN MC CLINTON Seattle U.C. Nu of Phrateres. JACK MCCUNE Yokimc U.C. JEANNE MCDONALD Vancouver. B. C. E. B. Gammo Phi Beta, MARY ELLEN MC ELROY Seattle E. B. Alpha Chi Omega, Gomma Alpha Chi, Daily Bus. Staff. Y.W.C.A. MAXINE MC«ARY Anacorles U.C. Alpha Gomma Delta, Sigma Xi, Omicron Nu. PAT MC HUGH Wapoto Education Lambda Chi Alpha. ROBERT MC KENNEY Seo-e U.C. Sigmo Alpha Epsilon, Football Manaaer. 55 ROSE LUNN Seattle Engr. Sigma Kappa. HILTON LYSONS Seattle M. E. Phi Kappa Sigma. A.S.M.E. JOHN MC BURNEY Seattle E. B. Theta Chi V ILLIAM MC CLEAVE Bothell Engr. Ammoni Socii. WARREN MC CLOY Seattle U.C. DOROTHY MCDONALD Tacoma Education Women ' s " W " Club. MARY M. MC DONALD Dickinson. N. D. U.C. Alpha Xi Delta. EDITH MC FARLANE Brewster U.C. Pilgrim Club. LOUISE LUTEY Seattle U.C. Alpha Omicron Pi. GANELLE LYTLE Seattle U.C. Phi Omega Pi, Panhellenic. THEODORE MC CAFFRAY Seattle E. B. Phi Kappa Sigma. ELIZABETH MCCLELLAND Seattle U.C. Y.W.C.A. CARTER MCCLURE Seattle Engr. Scabbard and Blade. JACK MAC DONALD Seattle U.C. DONALD MC ELROY Tacoma U.C. CATHERINE MC GARRY Seattle U.C. EILEEN MCGEOUGH FRANK MC HUGH Seottle Seattle U.C. U.C. Sigma Chi. DORIS MCILROY JOHN MCKEENAN White Salmon Seattle U.C. U.C. Alpha Chi Omega, Theta Sig- Zeto Psi, Minor " W " Club ma Phi, Mortar Board Totem Club, Tyee Editor, D ally. A.W.S. Council, All-C ty Pon- hellenic Scholorship. KENNETH MCKENZIE IDA NELL MCKINNON Port Modison Tolladiga Springs, Ala. U.C. Education Delta Kappa Epsilon. tJA f JACK HOLLENBECK ... A most unusual Columns editor — he lasted a full term . . . Independent KATHERINE MAC LERAN CHARLES MC LELLAN Everett U.C. Seattle Engr. A. E. Forum. JAMES MC MILLIN MIRIAM MC NAMEE Seottle C. E. Phi Koppa Sigma, Oval Club, Big " W " Club, V.B.C., Crew. Seattle U.C. Theto Upsiion, Volleyboll. JOHN MACKID KATHRYN MADDEN Colgory, Alberta Engr. Sigrno Alpha Epsilon, Boxing. Fridoy Harbor E. 8. Totem Club, B.A. Council Xenio, Mortar Boord President B.A. Women ' s Club. Y.W.C.A Cabinet. PHILIP MAGNUSSON LOUIS MAGRINI Seottle Engr. Chi Phi, Sigma Xi, Tau Beta Pi. Scabbard and Blade. Purple Shield, Zeta Mu Tau, A.I.E.E., Bond, " W " Club, hlonor Basic Student in Coast Artillery. Tacoma U.C. DALMACIO MALIAMAN WILLIAM H. MALOY Seattle U.C. Filipino Club. Seottle E. B. Theto Xi, Alpho Koppo Psi. ROBERT MARRIOTT Poi ' t Townsend U.C. Kappa Koppo Psi, Bond. GERTRUDE MARSHALL Seattle U.C. KNOX MARSHALL LOIS MARTIN Lodi, Calif Forestry Pi Koppo Alpho. Forestry Club, Varsity Swimming. Tocomo U.C. Delto Delto Delto. BYRDETTE MASON CECIL MASON Seattle U.C. Alpho Omicron Pi, Pi Sigma Alpha, J.G.V., Tyee, Spurs, Election Committee. Seottle U.C. Phi Delta Theto, Scobbord and Blade, Atelier. ROBERT MASSON LOYD MATSON Mt. Vernon U.C. Phi Delta Theto. Kelso U.C. NEIL MATZGER MILDRED MAULE Seattle E. B. Sigma Nu. Rifle Team, Scab- bard ond Blade. Aberdeen U.C. McKee Hall, Totem Club, A.W.S. Council, Student Af- fairs Committee, Stondords Committee. MARKUS MAYER ROBERT MAYO Seattle E. B. Transportation Club Seottle E. B. Pilgrim Club, Varsity Band. V i Tiid ' M y . LEONARD MC MAHAN Monroe Engr. Lombdo Chi Alpha. PHILIP MC NAMEE Seattle U.C. Alpha Sigma Phi. EVELYN MADSEN Seottle U.C. TSUNECHIYO MAKINO Seattle U.C. Fuyo-Koi. CHARLES MARR Spokone E. B. Sigmo Chi. JOHN MARSHALL Seottle E. B. Beta Theto Pi, Basketball Man- ager, Monagerial Council. ROBERT MARTIN Seattle U.C. Phi Sommo Delta. JAMES MASON Ellensburg U.C. ERICK MATTILA Seot ie U.C. EMMA MAURY Olympio U.C. Alpha Ph;, Ponhellenic Libro- LOIS MEACHAM Kitsop U.C. JANE EMBURY . . - This Pan- hellenlc president looked out for smaller sororities Chi Omega JACK MEHARRY Seottle u.c. Theta Chi. RAY MEN NELL Seattle Engr. Ammon! Socii. ADELINE MERESSE llwaco U.C. Alpbo Chi Omega FRANCES MESHER Portlond Ore. U.C. Tolo. ALEJANDRO MIGUEL i Seattle E. B. Filipino Club. Intramural Horse Show. EMMA MILLER pDirbanks. Alasko E. B. Aloska Club. MARGARET MILLIGAN Spokane U.C. Gommo Phi Beto. DALE MILLS Seattle U.C. Phi Sigma. Super-Vorsity Bas- ketball. MARY MILNE Portland, Ore. E. B. Kappa Alpha Theto. THOMAS MCE Toco a U.C. MIRA MOLL Arlington U.C. Alpha Chi Omega, Totem Club. Varsity Ball, Cadet Ball. Mndercloss Dance. Junior Prom. 57 lia ROBERT MEIGS Yokimo U.C. EDGAR MERCY Yakima E. B. Phi Sigma Kappo. REBECCA MERRICK Seattle U.C. ED MEYER Seottle U.C. Theto Chi. Lightweight Crew. High School Basketball Tour- nament. High School Confer- ence. SEVERO MIL Philippine Islands U.C. Filipino Club. W.E.A.. Vag- abond Club. JESS MILLER Tacomo Forestry Alpha Tou Omego. Xi Sigmo Pi, " W " Club. Spiked Shoe Club, Forest Club. VIRGINIA MILLIGAN Spokane U.C. Gommo Phi Beta. JAMES MILLS Wenotcbee U.C. Zeto Psi. ERMA MINNICK Walla V ollo U.C. Kappa Kappo Gommo. Austin Holl. SAMUEL MOHLER Seattle U.C. Adelphi. Scobbord and Blode. WILLIAM MOMYER Seattle U.C. DONALD MEIKLEJOHN Seattle Engr. Ammoni Socii. FRANK MEREDITH Raymond E. B. Beta Theta Pi. Frosh Football. JOHN J. MERRILL Seattle U.C. Alpha Sigma Phi Crew. MARIE MEYERS Aberdeen U.C. Kappo of Phrateres. Newmon Club, Grays Harbor Club. CAROL MILLER Seattle U.C. Sigma Eta Chi. Pilgrim Club. ROBERTA C. MILLER Auburn Leory Hall. University Chorus, Rodio. R. E. MILLION Seattle U.C. Scabbard and Blade. Phi Gom- mo Sigma. Frosh Debate. BILL MILNE Seattle U.C. Phi Delta Theta. DONALD MITCHELL Seattle E. B. Alpha Delta Sigmo. CAROLINE MOHR Seattle U.C. Theta Upsilon. MITCHELL MONDALA Chicago. III. U.C. Pi Mu Chi. Pre-Medic Club, Ovol Club. Big " W " Club. Football. f GEORGE SANDSTROM . . .If home is where the heart is — ad- dress him. Y.M.C.A. •,■•:: Independent PEDRO MONTANTE Philippine Islonds U.C. JOE MOORE Seattle r D Alpha Sigma Phi, Scabbard ond Blode. PRUDENCIO MORI Philippines U.C. Filipino Club President. GEORGE MORRY Seattle E. B. Zeta PsI, Pon Xenio, Big ' W Club, Vorsity Boat Club, Crew, Varsity Boll, Junior Prom, Spring Prom. KATHRYN MORTENSON Langley U.C. ARTHUR MOHET Renton Forestry Phi Sigma, Sigma Xi, Xi Sigma Pi, Forest Club. EDITH MUIR Los Gates, Colit. U.C. Lambda Rho, Phi Chi Delto. HERBERT MUNSON Tacoma Engr. Psi Upsilon. MARGET MURRAY Tocoma U.C. Phrateres,Y.W.C.A.. Independ- ent House Council. VICTOR NAKAMURA Seattle U.C. Japanese Student Club, Pan Xenia, Boxing. IRVING NATALE Seattle U.C. Alpha Sigma Phi. ELIZABETH MONTGOMERY Seattle U.C. Kappa Alpha Theta. LULU MORAN Granite Falls U.C. Theta Upsilon. MICHIKO MORITA Seattle U.C. Mu Phi Epsilon, Japon SocieTy. EDWARD MORSE Spokane E. B. Phi Kappa Psi. GAYLEY MORTLAND Everett E. B. Phi Gamma Delto. TOM MOUNT Walla Walla U.C. Psi Upsilon. Pan Xenio. EDWARD MUNNS Bremerton U.C. Pre-Medics Club. LAWRENCE MUNZ Tacomo U.C. Sigma Delta Chi. Alpha Delto Sigma, Daily, Tyee. WAYNE MURRAY Seattle Low Phi Gamma Delta. HENRY NAGER Ellensburg Law Alpha Delta Phi. EDWIN NATORI Sumner E. B. Jopanese Student Club. %.. itLJ A KV mfjA ' d RICHARD MONTGOMERY Seottle Pharmacy Compass and Chart. MARVIN MORGAN Bellinghom Engr. Chi Psi. JOHN MORRISON Seattle U.C. Delta Tou Delta. Interfraternity Council. RUSSELL MORSE Greenfield, Moss. U.C. Chi Phi, Atelier, Varsity Boll Frosh Week, Sports Prom. RICHARD MOSER Seattle U.C. Zeto Psi. YUKONA MOYER Anacortes U.C. Zeta Tou Alpho. BENNETT MUNSEY Tocoma U.C. Psi Upsilon. EVELYN MURDOCK Cashmere U.C. Sigma Tou Alpha, U. Chorus. Women ' s Choral Ensemble. A.W.S. Concerts. GEORGE NACE Tocoma U.C. Chi Psi, Football (Varsity) ELLEN NASBURG Morshfield, Ore. E. B. ROLLIN NEIBAUER Seattle U.C. Siomo Nu. JEAN NEIGHBOR Kirkland U.C. PsI Upsilon. 3YLVIA NESLIN ' A ' allo Walla u. c. ELIZABETH NEWLAND Metoline Falls U.C. MARGARET NICHOLSON Seattle U.C. MAX NICOLAI Auerbach, Germany U.C. Sphinx and Pyramfd. NOBORU NISHISAKA ■ eattle Engr. Japanese Society, Tau Beta Pi. Sigma Xi, Zeto Mu Tau A I E.E. LILLIAN NORTHFIELD Seattle U.C. Alpha Omicron Pi. ELMER F. NYGREN Spokane Engr. EVELYN OBER Seattle J.C. Mpha Phi. MRGARET OOELL eottle J.C. Jelta Delta Delto. Junior Prom ' orsity Boll, A. W.S., Ponhel- mic. HOJI OKAMARA 3pan aponese Students ' Club. BARBARA CROWDER ... Few girls get to be Daily News Editor and stay there . . . Independent AVERLY NELSON Wenotchee U.C. Pi Mu Chi. ROBERT NEUPERT Seattle U.C. Chi Psi. GRACE NEWTH Seattle U.C. Samma Phi Beto. JOSEPH NICOLA Tocoma U.C. Alpha Sigma Phi. HELGE NELSON Tocomo U.C. Glee Club, Christian Council. KATHLEEN NEVILLE Cheholis U.C. Alpha Delta Pi, Mu Phi Ep- silon, Newman Club. HELEN NICHOLS Seottle E.B. Delta Gamma, Mortar Boord Totem Club, " W " Key. PETER NICOLAEVSKY Seattle Forestry ALICE M. O ' KEEFE EUGENE OLDHAM Seattle U.C. Bremerton E.B. Theto Chi. lilirtiii i m ROY NIELSEN EDITH NIELSON V i Seattle E.B. Seattle U.C. Chimes of Phroteres. 8kV WILLIAM NORDEEN Seattle E.B. CLAYTON NORDSTROM Seattle U.C. jj 1 Transportation and P Club, Roger Williams ■opeller Club. Theta Xi. Molomutes, Vorsitv Bond. ' pi ANNABELLE NORTON EDWARD NOWOGROSKI hH Tocomo U.C. South Bend E.B. H Sigma Nu, Football. m JULIA NYLUND HOWARD OAKLAND, JR. H| Butte, Mont. U.C. Hoquiom E.B. S Omicron Nu, Sigma Xi Ec. Club. Home Beta Gamma Sigma, Grays Harbor Club. H KATHLEEN O ' CONNER BURR ODELL 1 9 Stockton, Calif. U.C. hfome Economics Club. Seattle 1 U.C. 1 Phi Gamma Delta. 1 i HOICHI OGAWA GAYLORD OJERS l| 9K| Honolulu. T.H U.C. Twin Falls, Idaho | U.C. It 1 ■ ft MAX STARCEVICH ... The Ail-American Board thought he played A-l football too .... ROBERT OLDS ■ ■lU pCMUCIII DAN OLIN Tacoma Engr. Theta Chi. Seattle Forestry Alpha Delto Phf, Forest Club, Glee Club. CHET OLSON ENID OLSON Seattle Forestry Tau Phi Delta, Fore; t Club. Seattle U.C. IRENE OLSON FREDERICK ORTH Seattle Chimes of Phrateres, Phrateres Counci Totem Club. Y.W.C.A., 1, A.W.S., Seottle U.C. Phi Sigma Alpha. RUBY OSTERMAN DAVID OSWALD Seattle U.C. Mortar Board Scholarship, Omicron Nu, Pilgrim Club, Home Economics Club, A.W.S. Council, Sigma Epsilon Sigma, Sigma Xi, Faculty Medal. Everett E. B. Phi Gamma Delto. BETTY PAGE THOMAS J. PAGE Seattle U.C. Chi Omega, Sec. Junior Class, A.W.S., A.S.U.W. Spokane Engr. MURIEL PARKER LAWRENCE PARKHILL Mercer Island U.C. Sigma Koppa. Wenatchee Engr. Scabbard and Blode, Sigma Alpha Epsilon. IVAN PARRY HUNT PATERSON Seattle E. B. Psi Upsilon, V.B.C., ior Frosh Mgr., M Council. Crew Sen- anagerial Portland, Ore. E. B. Beta Theta Pi, Varsity Basket- ball, Big " W " Club, Oval Club. VIOLET PAULSON ADRIAN PAUW Tacomo U.C. Seattle Engr. Tau Beta Pi, A.S.C.E. ETHA PEFLEY Boise, Idaho U.C. Home Ec. Club, Y A.W.S. Council. . W. C. A., VERA PELCH Kent U.C. Independent House Council. HELEN PETERS LORIN PETERSON Issaquah E. B. Leory Hall President. Cle Elum U.C. Theta Xi, Oval Club, Editor of Daily, Sigma Delta Chi. WILLIAM PETERSON CARL PFLUGMACHER Seattle E. B. Phi Delta Theta. Tacoma Engr. A.I.E.E. NATALIE OLMSTED Seattle U.C. IDA OLSON Seattle U.C. ALBERT OSBORN Seattle U.C. Bond. CHARLES PADELFORD Seattle U.C. Delta Kappa Epsilon, Varsity Boat Club, Senior Crew Man- ager, Senior Representative on Board of Control. ALBERT PARKER Bremerton E. B. Phi Kappa Sigma, Alpha Kap- pa Psi, B.A. Council. MIRIAM PARKS Tocomo U.C. Xenia of Ph rale res, Omicron Nu, Standards Chm. of Phrat- eres. WILLIAM PAUL Juneau, Alaska Law DON PEARL Prosser Engr. Tou Beto Pi. Sigma XI. GEORGE PERRY Seattle U.C. Delto Kappa Epsilon. ROY PETERSON Everett U.C. A.I.E.E., Engr. Council. JOHN PHILLIPS Seattle U.C. Sigma Chi. Purple Shield, Ate- lier, Tau Sigma Delta. Com- pass and Chart, Interfroternity Council. 60 LEO PIERCE Seattle E. B. Theta Chi. PAUL PLAMONDON Seattle Law Kappa Sigma. Oval Club. ALAN PORTEGUESE Spokane Engi ' . Zetc Beta Tau, Interfroternity Council, Managerial Council. Minor Sports Mgr. ROBERT PRAH Coupeville U.C. Psi Upsilon, Purple Shield. itM ELINOR KINKAID ... She guided Totem Club as it became a " school for alums " Independent MILTON PIERCE Seattle Engr. Zeta Mu Tau, Tau Beto Pi. Sigma Xi. NANCY PODAS Edmonds U.C. Alpha Chi Omega. JANE PORTER Son Francisco. Calif. U.C. Delta Gamma, Vice-Pres. Jr. Class. Tyee, Columns. ROSE MARY PROCUNIER Seattle U.C. t ROBERT PINKHAM Seattle U.C. IZETTA POINDEXTER Bremerton U.C. Alpha Omicron Pi, Drama. MILTON PORTER Port Angeles Engr. Chm. Engineers ' Dance. Ammo- nl Socii, Tou Beta Pi. Phi Gam- ma Upsilon. MARJORIE QUIST Winlock U.C. Sigma Koppo. RICHARD RADELET Juneau. Alaska U.C. Alaska Club. ALICE RAICHLE Yakima U.C. Alpha Gamma Delta. JANE RAMSBY Tacoma Law Sigma Kappa. Debate. MARSHALL RAMSTAD Seattle Engr. Phi Lambda Upsilon. Ammoni Socii. SILIUS RANTA Seattle E. B. Compass ond Chart, Beta Al- pha Psi. DANIEL RAUENZAHN Seattle E. B. De Moloy Legion of Honor. Reserve Officers ' Assoc. Pro- peller Club. MAYNARD RAY Seattle E. B. ALICE REED Bellingham U.C. Alpha Phi. CHARLES REED Seattle M. E. DICK REED Bellingham U.C. Alpha Delta Phi, Purple Shield. FRANK REED Anchorage, Alaska E. B. Alaska Club. TED REED Seattle E. B. Phi Delta Theto. VERNA REED , Anchorage. Alaska U.C. Phi Mu. Panhellenic, Varsity Ball, Sports Prom. CLARENCE REID MARION REID Son Diego, Calif. Buena Engr. U.C. Alpha Tau Omega. Minor " W " Blaine Hall. Club. Hockey. VALBORG RENANDO Seattle U.C. Tyee. WILLERT RHYNSBURGER Seattle E. B. Delta Tau Delta. H. G. RICE Missoula, Mont. U.C. Sigma Phi Epsilon. HERBERT RICE Tocoma Engr. A.S.C.E.. Phi Kappa Psi. LEONARD RICH Seottle U.C. Alpha Sigma Phi. HARRIET RICKERSON Bellingham Education Gamma Phi Beta. t BERT ANSCHUTZ ... A winner on the cinder path and in the classroom too ... Phi Delta Theta ROBERT RIEKE Seattle E. B. Theta Chi. DONALD RINTALA Kent U.C. JANE ROBERG Beilingham U.C. Kappa Alpha Theto, Daily Business Staff Puppet Shows. Sports. ELLIOTT ROBERTSON Juneau, Alaska U.C. Phi Kappa Psi. LOUISE ROBINSON Seottle U.C. Nu of Phroteres. Home Ec. Club, Sei ' vice Troup. JOHN ROCKWELL Aberdeen U.C. Sigma Chi, Grays hiarbor Club, Daily. BEVERLY ROGERS Seattle U.C. Phi Mu. MARIE ROOD Seattle U.C. Kappa of Phrateres, French Drama Club. ALEXANDER ROSENKRANTZ Aberdeen U.C. Zeta Beta Tau, Pi Mu Chi. HELEN ROSS Seattle U.C. Kappa Delta, Y.W.C.A., Pre- Medic Club, Nursing Club. ANDY ROYE Aberdeen E. 8. Tau Koppo Epsilon, Grays Har- bor Club, Newman Club, Pan Xenio. GOLDIE RILEY Sultan E. B. Alpha Sigma Phi, PAUL RISENER Bremerton Engr. Phi Kappa Sigma. DONALD ROBERTS Yakima Law Sigma Phi Epsilon. HELEN ROBERTSON Yakima E. B. Alpha Xi Delta. DAVID ROBSON New Westminster, B. C. Forestry Phi Delta Theta. Forestry Club. EVERT RODENHOUSE Seattle Education HORACE ROGERS Seattle U.C. JACK ROPER Seattle E. B. JOE ROSI Seattle U.C. Scabbard and Blade, Tillicun PEGGY ROSSIER Mabton U.C. Alpha Gamma Delta. FULGENCIO RUMBAWA Philippines U.C. Filipino Club. GERALDINE RING5TAD Bellinghom U.C. Alpha Gamma Delta. LEWIS RITCHIE Olymplo E. B. Chi Psi. GRACE VIRGINIA ROBERTS Yakimo U.C. Delta Delta Delta. Y.W.C.A., Studio Theati ' e. HAMLIN ROBINSON Yokimj U.C. Alpha Delta Phi, Interfroternity Council. RAMONA ROCKWAY Olympla U.C. Mu Phi Epsilon, Sigma Epsilon Sigma. LESTER RODMAN Ellensbui ' g U.C. MARY KAY ROHRER Seattle U.C. Alpha Gamma Delta, A.W.S. Donee Group, J.G.V., All-U. Spring Show, Drama. HENRY ROSENBERG Tacomo U.C. Sigma Phi Epsilon, Oval Club, Big " W " Club, Basketball. Tennis. JACK ROSS Yakima E. B. Zeto Psi. FRED ROSSLOW Spokane E. B. Alpha Tou Omega, Beta Alpha Psi, B.A. Council. JOE RYAN Aberdeen U.C. Sigma Nu. RICHARD WATT . . . Next year he ' ll acquire an Oxford ac- cent on a Rhodes scholarship . . Phi Gamma Delta t EDNA SAER Seattle u.c. Koppo Delto, P. E. Club, West- minster Club, A.W.S. Council, A.W.S. Concerts, Y.W.C.A. BEN SALTMAN Secrtle Education MARGUERITA SANDILANDS Seattle U.C. University Christian Union, MARION SATER Seattle E. B. EVA MAY SCATCHARD Tacomc J.C. Alpha Kappa Delto, Totem Club, Standards Committee, Independent House Council. WINSTON SCHLEEF Spokane U.C. Phi Koppo Tau, Compass and Chart. Atelier. DELOS SCHOCH Evererr Education Phi Delta Theta. MARION SCHONBORN Puyoliup U.C. Theta ct Phrateres, Phi Chi Delta, Westminster Club. HELEN SCHUYLER Seattle U.C. Delta Delta Delta. CARL 5EDORE Seottle U.C. Delta Chi. PATRICIA SHAW Seattle E. B. Chi Omeqo, Panhellenic. 63 J ifik M FORREST SAINSBURY Yakima Engr. Theto Xi, Tou Beta Pi, Sigma XI, A.S.M.E. ROGER SAMPLES Seat- e Mines Kappa Sigma, Spiked Shoe Club, " W " Club. REINO SARLIN Seottle Forestry Tau Phi Delta, Forest Club. RUTH SAUL Seottle U.C. Panhellenic, Tyee, A.W.S. DONALD SCABOTTO Seattle U.C. Varsity Boot Club, Scabbord ond Blade, Crew. LEWIS SCHMIDT Seattle U.C. Scabbard and Blade, Pi Sigma Alpha, Tau Kappa Alpha, De- bate. PHILIP SCHOEL Seattle Low Sigma Nu. CHARLES SCHUCHART Everett E. B. Theta Chi. GRACE 5COTNESS Diomondville. Wyo. U.C. Sigma Kappo, Scandinavian Club, A.W.S., Doily. CLARENCE 5EELIGER Seott;e E. B. B. A. Council. ALBERTA SHECKELS Seottle U.C. Xenia of Phrateres, Home Ec. Club. SERALDINE SALKIN Seattle Law Debate Team, Frosh Week. WILLIAM SANDER Seattle E. B. Beta Theto Pi, Vice-President Senior Class, Spiked Shoe Club, Senior Track Mgr., Ovol Club. LOUIS SARRO Seattle U.C. MARY SCAMMELL Seottle U.C. Kappa Koppo Gomma, Totem Club, Mortar Board, " W " Key, A.W.S. FREDERICK SCHEEL Bellevue U.C. MARGARET SCHMIDT Oiympia U.C. Koppo Koppo Gamma. BEHY SCHOETTLER Juneau. Alaska U.C. Alpha Gamma Delta, Y.W.C.A., A.W.S., Varsity Ball, Junior Prom. LOWELL SCHULTZ Highlands Engr. AmmonI Socii. DONNA JEAN SEAMAN Seottle U.C. Sigma Xi, Zeta Mu Tau, Pi Mu Epsilon, Sigma Epsilon Sigmo, Y.W.C.A. DAVID G. SHANAHAN Seo ' tle U-.C. Sigma Delta Chi, Photography Club. MARGARET SHEFFIELD Seattle Education Chi Omega. m PHYLLIS KLINKER . . . Engineer- ing Mortar Board ' s record-brealcing Tolo was her iob . . ••.„•• . Gamma Phi Beta MRS. MADALINE SHEFFELMAN Seottle U.C. WILL SHEFFIELD Forgo, N. D. E. B. Alpha Tou Omega, Varsity Boll CHARLES SHELDON Seottle MARGARET SHELDON Seottle U.C. E. B. Pan Xenio, Pilgrim Club, Grad- uate School of International Trade. Kappa Koppo Gamma. MYRA SHELTON Ketchikon, Alaska U.C. Zeta Tou Alpha, Panhellenic Stondords, Alasko Club. RALPH SHENENBERGER Bellinghom U.C. Roger Williams Club, Y. M. C. A., Glee Club, Doily. LESLIE SHERIDAN Butte, Mont. Engr. Sigma Nu, Vorsity Trock. HARRY SHERWOOD Forgo, N. D. U.C. Alpha Tou Omega, Bond, Glee Club. VIRGINIA SHIPEK Seottle U.C. IRWIN SIGMUND Olymplo U.C. Zeto Beta Tau. DONALD SIMPSON Voncouver U.C. Beta Theta Pi, Poll. Sci., Team. Golf DORIS SIMS Seattle U.C. Phrateres. Rifle Teom. RAYMOND SMART Seattle Pre-Med. Delta Koppo Epsilon, Inl ternity Council. Sons George. erfro- of St. BEVERLY SMITH Wenotchee Engr. Ammoni Socii. JOHN R. SMITH Mondan, N. D. E. B. MARGARET SMITH Auburn U.C. Wesley Club. RUTH V. SMITH Salt Lake City, Utah U.C. Pi Beto Phi. STUART SMITH Posodena, Calif. Mining Phi Gamma Delta, Lightweight Crew. EARL SNIPPEN Seattle E. B. HOWARD SNIVELY Seottle E. B. Acacia. REYNOLD SODERLIND PAUL SOMERS Bellevue Kirklcnd Engr. Engr. A.S.M.E. ■ I • y tl . " CALVERT SHELDON Salt Loke City, Utoh Engr. Sigma Nu. JOHN SHELLER Sunnyside Low Phi Koppo Tou. MARGARET SHEPPARD Bellinghom U.C. ISABEL SHIACH Kent E. B. CHARLES SIMPSON Seattle Forestry Tau Phi Delta, Forest Club. GENE SLOCUM Spokone Forestry Tou Phi Delta, Forest Club. JANE LOUISE SMITH Seattle U.C. SIgmo Koppo. PHYLLIS SMITH Seottle U.C. Chimes of Phrateres. SIEGMUND SNAPP Seattle U.C. Sigmo Delto Chi, Assoc. Editor Doily, Bond, Orchestro. DANIEL SODERLIND Bellevue Forestry Xi Sigma Pi, Forest Club. ARNE SORENSON Seottle Engr. _s VIOLA SORENSON Wenatchec U.C. PI Beta Phi. : LOIS SPEER 1 Bremerton u.c. Phi Chi Delta, University Chris- tian Union. PAUL SQUIER E n u Ti c I O . ■■ Phormocy JOHN STANLEY I Vancouver Education ROBERT STAUFF E.erett U.C. Psi Upsiion, Lightweight Crew, Bachelors Club. MARGARET R. STEFFEN -ittle C. Kappa Delta, Columns. LAURA STENERSON Longvlew U.C. Delto Delta Delta, Phi Chi Delta. HERBERT STEWART Pe Ei E. B. Acocio, Alpha Kappa Psi. LYMAN STONE , Seattle Education Koppo Sigma. ARIEL STOUT Seattle U.C. Phi Mu, Physical Education Club, Women ' s Sports Council. Y.W.C.A, ALLAN STRANG Spoi ono Engr. 65 EMERY COLKETT . . . Topped off a chalrnrianship career with the A.S.U.W. vice-presidency Alpha Delta Phi f HARDYN SOULE Tacoma Law Delta Kappa Epsilon, Crew. HENRIETTA SPARKS Seattle Education Women ' s " W " Club. DORIS SPENCER Seattle E. B. Phrateres, Sigma W. S., Y, W, C. A. Eta Chi. A. MARY JANE SPINNER YakiiTia U.C. Alpho Phi. BOB SQUIRES Seattle E. B. HAROLD E. STACK Seattle U.C. Phi Sigma Kappa, Compass and Chart, University Ski Team. MAX STARCEVICH Duluth, Minn. U.C. Oval Club, Big " W W.E.A.. Football, All-A • Club, Tierican. JAMES STARR Cashmere U.C. Adelphi, Chorus, Glee Club. CRIHENDEN STEELE Seattle Engr. Senior Forest Teaching Mgr MARJORIE STEELE Portland, Ore. U.C. Delta Delta Delta. " GLADYS STEFFENSEN Cheweloh U.C. MURAT STEVENS Seattle Engr. PEGGY STILEY Seattle U.C. Alpha Delta Pi, Totem Club, Sammo Alpha Chi, Ballet Moose Chm., Junior Represen- tative, Crew Drive, Columns, Doily. WILLIAM STONE Seattle U.C. Alpha Sigmo Phi. KATHRYN STOVER Seattle U.C. Alpho Delta Pi. BARBARA STRODHOFF Seattle U.C. Kappa Alpha Theto. BETTY STEINER Seattle U.C. Alpha Phi, A.W.S., Vodvil, Var- sity Ball, Junior Prom. Alpha Phi Trio. LOUISE STEVENSON Wallace, Idaho U.C. Alpha Delta Pi. MAYNARD STOKES Seattle Engr. Compass and Chart. JANE STORHOW Seattle U.C. Phi Mu, Y.W.C.A., Home Ec. Club. i i: HALVOR STRANDRUD Seattle Engr. Sigma Xi, Secretary urer A.I.E.E. and Treas- wSM OLGA STRUMPF 1 Yakimo U.C. B f JIM McMILLIN ... At the Varsity Boat Club ttiey call him " Commodore " Phi Kappa Sigma RALPH STRYKER Ridgefield Forestry Tau Phi Delta. Forest Club. ELIZABETH J. SULLIVAN Pomeroy u.c. Newman Club. EARL SUTHERLAND Seattle Engr. THEODORE S. SWANSON Seattle Engr. PEGGY SYNNESTVEDT Seattle U.C. Gamma Phi Beta, Totem Club. WANDA TAYLOR Seattle U.C. Sigma Kappa. Zeta Phi Eta, Tau Kappa Alpha. Mortor Board, Totem Club " W " Key. JONATHAN THATCHER Wooster, Ohio U.C. WILBER THOMAS Tocomo E. B. MARIAN THOMSON Seattle U.C. Phi Chi Delta. Home Ec. Club, Westminster Club. BENJAMIN TICHENOR Seottle U.C. Kappa Sigma. LOUISE TOPPING Seattle U.C. Kappa Phi. ELAINE STUDEBAKER Walla Walla U.C. Kappa Kappa Gamma. JOHN SUMMERSETT. JR. Seattle Engr. Delta Upsilon, Wrestling. NANCY SWANLAND Seattle U.C. Chimes of Phroteres, B. A. Women ' s Club. RALPH SWEET Seattle U.C. Alpha Delta Phi, WILLIAM TAKAHASHI Seattle U.C. Pi Mu Chi, U.C.U., Japanese Students " Club. ELIZABETH TEGTMEIER Seattle E. B. Alpha Gamma Delta. BLAIR THOMAS Seattle Law Delta Tau Delta. DARLENE THOMPSON Seattle U.C. Violin Trio. ROLLA THORSDALE Seattle E. B. Phi Delta Theta. MARGARET TILLEY Tacomo U.C. A.W.S., Vodvll. ERLING TORKELSON Everett E. B. Beta Gamma Sigma, Pan Xe- nia, B. A. Council. iLlMi ' 9kJ EDWIN SUDDOCK Seattle Engr. University Christian Union. DOROTHY SUTHERLAND Seattle U.C. Alpha Chi Omega. Dramo, Columns. RUTH SWANSON Tocoma U.C. Phi Chi Delta, Westminster Phroteres. Xenia, Y.W.C.A. ROBERT SWEET Centroiia Pre-Med. Beta Theta Pi. CHARLES TATSUDA Ketchikan, Alaska U.C. Japanese Students ' Club, Pan Xenia, Y.M.C.A., Japan Soci- ety. ALICE TERDINA Berwyn, 111. U.C. CHAN THOMAS Seottle U.C. Sigma Nu. STUART THOMPSON Seattle Law Phi Delta Theta. BJARNE THORSON Hatton, N. D. U.C. BJORN TONNING Tacomo E. B. Athletic Track. JOSEPH TOURIEL Seattle E. B. 66 ISABEL TRANTUM Seattle U.C. Zota Phi Eta. HARRIET TROTH Spokane U.C. Delta Gamma. tvlARGERY R. TURBULL Beavei " Falls, Penna. U.C. Phi Chi Delta, Home Ec. Club, Westminster Club. PHYLLIS TURNER Olympic U.C. Chimes of Phroteres. ARTHUR VANE Coupevllle U.C. BERNICE VASSti ER Centralia U.C. Sigma Tau Alpha. JAMES VICTORY Seattle E. B. CHARLES WAGNER Seattle Engr. Sigma Chi, Tou Beta Pi, Ovol Club, Big " W " Club, Basket- ball. ORVAL WALLING Blckleton U.C. Alpha Tau Omega. JEANICE WARD Sequim U.C. Alpha Delta Pi. NATHANIEL WASHINGTON Seattle Law A.S.U.W. President. Y.M.C.A. 67 ' Ad A yi l BETSY GORMLEY ... She peeked through keyholes to fill up the Dally Society page .... Independent f RAYMOND TREMBLAY Seattle U.C. Theta Delta Chi, Inlcrfrulcr nity Council. ROBERT TRUMBLE Seattle U.C. BETTY TURNER Seattle U.C. Theta Sigma Phi. Totem Club, Tyee. Daily. WILLARD VADMAM Olympia E. B. Pi Kappa Phi. RONALD VAN STOCKUM Longview E. B. Y. M.C. A. VICTORIO VELASCO Pangasinan. P. I. Education Boxing, Cosmopolitan Club. Debate. Journalism. SYLVIA VINIKOV Seattle U.C. HELEN WALDRON Chehalis U.C. Sigma Tau Alpha, Y. W. C. A.. French Drama Club. CHARLOTTE WALLMARK Olympia U.C. MARGARET WARD Okanogan Education Chi Omega. ROBERT WATKINS FHoqulom Pre-Med. ROSE TRICK Seattle U.C. J.G.V., Varsity Ball KAZUO TSUKUNO Seattle U.C. Pon Xenio. Joponese Students ' Club. NELL TURNER Seattle U.C. RUTH VAN ARSDALE Tocomo U.C. Alpha Ph i, Mortar Boord, To tem Club. VIRGINIA VARNELL Seattle U.C. Koppo Kappa Gommo. JANE VICKERY Seattle E. B. HENRY WAGER Eilensburg Law Alpha Delta Phi, VELMA WALLACE Seattle U.C. MARION E. WALTERS Burlington Education Phi Mu Alpha, Band. ESTHER WARNER Seattle U.C. Sigmo Tau Alpha, Theta of Phroteres. RICHARD WATT Seattle U.C. Phi Gommo Delta, Interfroter- nity Treosurer, Rhodes Scholar. f JOHN WEAVER Edmonds E. B. WANDA TAYLOR . . . " Share the work " was her slogan as A. W. S. activities chairman Sigma Kappa CHARLES WEBBERT Kearney, Nebr. U.C. Kappa Sigma. LOIS WEBSTER Seattle U.C, French Club, Di ' ama CI ub. KENNETH WEEKS Seattle U.C. ELLAMAY WEISS Kelso U.C. Delta Delta Delta, Y.W.C.A. GEORGE WELCH Seattle Forestry CLAIRE WERNECKE Berkeley, Calif. U.C. Delta Gamma, Moi ' tar Boord, Totem Club, Tyee, A. W. S. Council, Stondards Committee Chairman. ARNOLD WERNER Anacortes U.C. Alpha Sigma Phi. JULIAN WHALEY BEHY WHEALDON Tacoma Engr. llwaco U.C. Kappa Delta, Alpha Koppa Delta, Y.W.C.A. HAROLD WHELAN Tacoma U.C. JACK WHITE Seattle E. B. Pen Xenia, Scabbard and Blade, Cadet Ball. RICHARD WHITE Long Beach Engr. JACK WHITEMAN La Crosse Law Phi Kappa Psi. EDGAR WHITMORE Seattle Engr. Ammoni Socii, Compass and Chart. EDWIN WHITMORE Yakima E. B. Delta Tau Delta. GLENMORE WILBUR Seattle U.C. LESLIE WILKINS Rock Falls, III. Law Delta Tau Delta. CORSON WILLIAMS DAVE WILLIAMS Issaquoh Forestry Tou Phi Delto, Xi Sig Forest Club. ■no Pi, Anacortes Engr. Tau Koppo Epsilon. GWENDOLYN WILLIAMS Seattle U.C. ■ Wesley Club, GRAHAM WILLS Seattle U.C. Zeta Psi. i J BEATRICE WEBER Drexel Hill, Penna. U.C. Pres. of Austin Hall. Rep. fron Res. Halls to A. W. S., Pres Council of Independent Organ ized Houses. FLORENCE WEINTHROP Chicago, III. U.C. Alpha Epsilon Phi. JAMES W. WENGER Seattle Engr. BARBARA WESTOVER Whites U.C. Gamma Phi Beta. RAY WHEELER Wrangeli, Alasko Pharmacy Sigma Phi Epsilon. LYNN WHITE Seattle C. E. Beta Theto Pi. GERTRUDE WHITHAM Seattle E. B. Zeta Tau Alpha, Y.W.C.A,, A.W.S. C. H. WIENKER Seattle U.C. Scabbard and Blade, Atelier CHARLES WILLIAMS Big Timber, Mont. U.C. EDITH WILLIAMS Rolling Boy U.C. Nu of Phrotei ' es, Home Ec. Club. VAUGHN WILSON Snohomish U.C. ELEANOR HUOT ... She took up Phrateres ' gavel then took down her hair — and cut it Independent FORBES WILSON Seattle C. E. Phi Gomma Delto. HARRIS RALPH WILTAMUTH Seattle E. B. Sigma Alpha Epsllon. Pon Xe- nia. Scabbard and Blade. Cadet Ball Chalrmon, JOSLYN WINNINGHAM Seottle u.c. Phrateres. Orchesis. Westmin ster Club. Dance Drama. JEAN WOLFF Seattle U.C. Phrateres, Y.W.C.A. ROBERT WONN Seattle Forestry Forest Club. MAURICE WOOD Kalomo U.C. one WOODS Mukilteo Forestry Tau Phi Delta. Forest Club. RICHARD YORK Wlnlock Mines RICHARD ZEHEU Varsity Debate. Onalasl o E. B. JACK BURNS Yakimo U.C. DOROTHY KLEIN Seattle U.C. 69 MIK HUBERT WILSON Concrete Forestry Tau Phi Delta. Forest Club, In- terfraternity Council. Engr. Council. GEORGE WIMBERLY Toppenish U.C. Detia Chi. Tau Sigma Delto. Atelier. Editor of Arch, Year- book DANIEL WINTER Kent U.C. Pi Koppo Alpha, Doily. LIONEL WOLFF Spokane U.C. HENRY WOOD Seattle E. B. Siqmo Alpha Epsllon. RICHARD WOOD Seattle C. E. Delta Tau Delta. ROBERT WOODWORTH Seottle C. E. Delta Upsilon, Scabbard ond Blade. LUCY YOUNG Seattle U.C. Nurses ' Club. CELIA ZIMMERMAN Yamhill. Ore. U.C. Y.W.C.A. SIGURD HA6E Seattle Engr. JACK LUCID Seattle U.C. MARGARET WILSON Seattle U.C. Alpha Delta Pi. P. E. Club, Sports Council. Women ' s Big " W " Club. MARION WINSE Seattle U.C. Doily, Y.W.C.A. EVELYN WOHLERS Yoklma U.C. Xenia. Phi Chi Delta. McKee Hall. Y.W.C.A. Cabinet. JACK WONG Portland, Ore. E. B. Chinese Students ' Club. HOWARD WOOD Seattle U.C. Adelphi, Elections Choirmon, Knights of the Hook. ROBERT WOOD Tacoma U.C. Psi Upsilon. JOHN YORK Seattle E. B. Big " W " Club. Varsity Boat Club, Crew. GEORGE ZEIGEN Seattle E. B. Alpha Tau Omega. CONSTANTINE ZISSIMATOS Cephailonia. Greece U.C. Y.M.C.A. RUSSELL HOKANSON Seattle Law Columns Sports Editor ROBERT WOODS Wenatchee U.C. Zeto Psf, Track. BETH FITTON . . . A.W.S. president plus Rose Bowl Queen equals ideal coed Kappa Alpha Theta eniot5 Wltkout ? ictute5 PHILIP AARON A. DOYLE ABBOTT JAY ADAMS MARJORIE ADAMS JENNIE ADATTO JAMES ADDISON NORMAN AHLQUIST ROBERT AIREY FRED ALBRECHT ALICE ANDERSON LOWELL ANDERSON THORA ANDERSON VERNA ANDERSON GRACE ARCHER MAXINE AREHART EDITH ARNOLD CHARLES ASBURY MARGARET ASBURY ELLIS ASH RUSSELL ASHLEMAN THEODORE AUSTIN FRANK AUTRIETH DON AVERY EDWARD BAAR THOMAS BABSHONIK MARGARET BAER DONALD BAILEY GILBERT BAKER VODRA BAKER RICHARD BALLARD MARION BARFKNECHT EARL BARKUS JANE BARRAUGH KATHLEEN BATES STANTON BATTIN CAROL BEAMER HOWARD BEEDE MARY BEERS STANLEY BELLIVEAU CATHERINE BENDIX FREDERICK BENNETT GEORGE BENOIT RICHARD BERG GEORGE BERGLUND DORIS BERGMAN FRANK BERKENKOTTER DORIS BERRY JOHN BERRY WILLIAM BEVIS LILLIAN BIEHNER GLENN BILLS CORTLAND BLACK MARGARET BLIXT JACK WASHBURN BLUE GEORGE BOGUSLAVSKY DOUGLAS BOHN SALLY BONNER JANE BOOZER CAROL BORING RUSSELL BOWER MARJORIE BOWER EUNICE BOWMAN AGNES BOYD THOMPSON BOYD FRANCES BOYER GEORGE BRACKETT lOLA BRANSON GEORGE BREWER FRANCES BRINGLOE JOHN BROADBENT CHARLES BROOKS ELISE BROPHY GORDON BROWN HELEN BROWNELL LOUIS BUDNICK DOROTHY BULKLEY ARTHUR BURCHILL BARENT BURHANS WILLIAM BURKE VERNON BURKEBILE MARGARET BURROWS ZORA BUTORAC THOMAS CAIN ROBERT CALLISON CATHERINE CALVERT ROBERT CAMOZZI RAYMOND CAMP DONALD CAMPANA DUNCAN CAMPBELL JOHN CAMPBELL MAXWELL CANTERBURY JACK CAPELOTO ROLAND NELSON CAREY CHARLES CARLSON EVELYN CARLSON STANLEY CARLSON CHARLES CARLSTON BESSIE CARSON ASTHA CARTMELL CENTER CASE VIRGINIA CASE JEAN CASTLETON MARY ANN CAUGHRAN CHILDS HARRY CEDERGREN MARTHA CHALUPA G. KENNETH CHAPLIN WALTER J. CHAPMAN ROBERT CHAPPEL PHILIP CHASE HARRY CHENOWETH LILLIAN CHERTKOV ELSIE CHILMAN FREDERIK CHRISTIANSEN WARNE CLARK DONALD CLOSE EARL COBB DONALD COCHRANE CLARENCE CODE DAVID M. COLE RICHARD COLLIER DAVID COMPTON ROBERTA CONKLIN RIELLY CONRAD JANET COOK CARL COOPER JACK COPELAND HELLIN CORBIN WILLIAM CRANDALL ROBERT CRANE DOMINGO CUESTA EUGENE CUNNINGHAM JOHN CZARNIECKI, JR. ELEANOR DAVIES MARIE DAVIS SALLY DAVIS VERA DAVIS VIRGINIA DAVIS THOMAS DAWSON ROBERT DEASON JUNE DEARINGER HARRY DEITS HARRI DE MERS PATRICIA DEMPSEY JACK DOCTER CATHERINE DONNELLY JACK DONOVAN LEO DRAKE MYRTLE DUNBAR HELEN DUNCAN ZITA DURNUM JOSEPHINE DURYEE FREDERICK EASTAUGH EVERETT EATON ARIEL EDMISTON KENNETH EAGON ELIZABETH ELDER RAY ELLIS MAX ENGLESBERG FLORENCE ENGLESON ARTHUR ERICKSON ROGER ERNESTI MAURICE ERSKINE JACK ESCHER HELEN ESSLINGER GERTRUDE EY EMILIO FABICO JOHN FAIRBANKS RICHARD FEIGA VERDA FENTON MELVIN FEWELL DOROTHY FIELD FREDERICK FIELD BARBARA FISCHER CODY FITCH JUNIOR FLETCHER MARY JANE FLINT LYND FOLTS ROBERT FORRESTER CLYDE FOSTER ELIZABETH FRANS RICHARD FREDERICK EDNA FREDLUND ROBERT FRICK ERIC FRYER HUGH GALLAGHER ARTHUR GARRETT RUTHELEN GARVIN JAMES GENTRY FRIDA GERMANSON WILLIAM GILLMAN JAMES GILMORE RUTH GLASS JEAN GLEBOV SCOTT GONSECKI FRANK GRAY RACHEL GREENE SARAI GREEN GLADYS GREENWOOD MARTIN GREENER ELIZABETH GRIER HOWARD GRIMSON WALTER GULEY ROBERT GUST RUTH GUSTAFSON JAMES GUSTAFSON ROBERT GWINN ARNOLD HAIRE ELIZABETH HAMMOND DOROTHY HAMRE RODNEY HANDLEY LOUIE HANDLIN LAWRENCE HANER THUR HANLEY GRANT HANSEN ISABELLE HARLOW ROBERT HARRIAGE ANNABEL HARRISON GORDON HARRISON ELIZABETH HARTNETT GRACE HASTIE ELIZABETH HATELY JACK HAWKINS ETHEL HOWARTH HELEN HAYES HELEN MARY HAYES MARGUERITE HAYES HELEN HAYS MARY HAZARD CARROLL HEFFRON JOHN HEGAAS GLEN HEGDAHL ALBERTA HELMICH BRUCE HENDERSON CHARLES HENDERSON MARTIN HENDRICKSON JOHN HESSEMER THELMA HEYDT ORLO HIGLEY ROBERT HIGMAN LARRY HILEN RALPH HITCHCOCK MERRILL HITE HAMPTON HODGES ELOISE HOGAN DORA HOHL PATRICIA HOLTINE REBECCA HOPKINS ARTHUR HOWE LILA HOWE VIRGINIA HOWELL JEAN HUGHES JOSEPHINE HUGHES DORA HUNT EDWIN HUNT RUBY HUNT ANN HUTCHINSON THOMAS IMORI FRED INGALLS BLANCHE IRWIN THOMAS JACK GERTRUDE JACKSON BLANCHE JACKSON HARLYN JACKSON VERNON JACKSON NEIL JAEGER FRANCIS JAMIESON RUTH JANSON HAROLD JARVIS NELLIE JENNER NORMA JENNER JAMES JENSEN THORUN JOHANNSSON JOHN JOHANSEN CHANDLER JONES HARLAN JONES LIONEL JONES JORDON JONES JULIENNE JONES RUTH JUDSON FRED KALBACH THEODORE KANE TAI KONG KATHRYNE KANTNER ROBERT KARR MARGOT KEITH LOIS KELLENBERGER JEAN KENNEDY LAWRENCE KEYES WILFRED KIICHLE THEODORE KILDALL KENNETH KILLIEN GEORGE KIMBALL JOHN KING PHYLLIS KINSMAN JACK KINZEL PAUL KIRK DAVID KLEIN DOROTHY KLEIN JULIA KLEIN RALPH KNIGHT JAMES KNISELY SHIN KOBAYASHI IDA KOBERBIG NETTIE KOSHER WILLIAM KROBLER ALICE KROGH KATHARINE KROISS EDNA KUEHN JOYE KUGLER ROBERT KUHN YUKIO KUMANTOTO ISABELLE KUNZ RICHARD LAMB OPEN LANGNESS DANIEL LARSON HELEN LATHROP WILLIAM LATIMER CHARLES LAWRENCE ANN LAYTON LENOIR LEAHY GLEN LEE WALTER LEIF MYRON LEQUE JOHN LEVY BOW GIN LEW MARIANNA LIKENS FERN LINCOLN CLIFFORD LIND ARTHUR LINDEN PETER LINDSEY ARCHIE I IPPMAN 70 Pif - ' BY HAINES ... His swivel- hips and " do or die " inspired the team .... Alpha Tau Omega Seniot6 Wltkout Ictute5 % ROBERT LOCKE ELMER LOFGREN EDWIN LONERS WENDELL LONG EMERSON LOUNSBERRY ANNETTE LOWMAN JACK LOWRY ELIZABETH LUHMAN TSZE LUKE ARTHUR LUMSDAINE NEVA LYNESS JAMES MC BEE MERIEL MCCALL ARCHIE MCCALLUM ELLENTINE MCCLURE NINA MCCOMB ANNETTE MCDONALD JAMES MC DONALD NOREEN MCDONALD KEITH MACDOUGAL EDWARD MCDOWELL JEANNE MCGOWAN VIRGINIA MAC KAY EMMA MC KEE CHRISTINA MAC KENZIE ROBERT MC KINSTRY IAN MACLAREN WILLIAM MAC LAURIN RICHARD MC NABNEY ERIC MC NAUGHT-DAVIS JOHN MC RAE MARJORIE MADILL CHRISTINE MADSEN WARREN MANCHESTER MARJORIE MANTHE SYLVIA MARANS RALPH MARICLE BLANCHE MARION DOROTHY MARIS TED MARKOV GEORGE MARKS ROY MARLOWE ; FRANK MAROLICH JANE MARTINS i BERNERD MARTIN ; HAVEN MARTIN I LEAH MARTIN j LENORE MARTIN : MAXINE MARTIN i MARIAN MARTS DOROTHY MASCHE DEAN MASON DOROTHY MATTHEWS FRANCIS MATTISON DOROTHY MENTON WILLIAM MEYER MARILYN MIKKELSON ALICE MILLER LEO MILLER MALCOLM MILLER PERCY MILLER GENEVIEVE MILLIGAN JEANETTE MILSTEIN CHARLES MITCHELL HOLGER MirfEL WALTER MOBERG JAMES MOURI NANCY MOFFATT JIMMIE MOMOI ROBERT MOORE MERWIN MOORES PAUL MOREHOUSE ARNOLD MORRISON ELLEN MOTE EVELYN MOTT QUESTA MOUNTAIN DONALD MULLIS GEORGE MURDOCK ALICE MYER ANAH NELSON ARTHUR NELSON CARL NELSON CLIFFORD NELSON TOIVO NELSON LENNARTH NORDELL GEORGIA NORDGREN MARGARET NUNN JULIANA NYLUND SOLVEIG ODDE JACK ODONNELL JAN OGDEN WELLY OKAMARU HIRAM OKUBO BJARNE OLSEN RUDOLPH OLSEN SAM OLSEN IDA OLSON VERNON OSTERBERG JACK OSTERHOUT ROBERT OWEN MARY PAGE WILFRED PAINTER VICTOR PALMASON LAVERNE PARKS ERNEST PATRICELLI DORIS PATRICK LAWRENCE PATTISON OSWARD PATZOLD MARVIN PAULSON ' BERNICE PEDERSEN DOROTHY PELL DAVID PENNELL LORETTA PERRY WELLINGTON PHILLIPS CLARA PLADSEN FRANK PLUMB JACK PONISCHIL ELIZABETH PRATT PHIMISTER PROCTOR JAMES PROVIN WILMOT RAGSDALE LOREN RALPH MARGARET RALPH HENRY RANBERG SILIUS RANTA WALLACE RASMUSSEN JANET RATHBUN BERNICE REDINGTON MARJORIE REED SETH REHNSTROHM CARROLL REINHART MARY JANE RICE JOHN RICHTER JULIAN RICKLES LINCOLN RIES JACK RITCHIE BARBARA ROBBINS ELLIS ROBERTS VIRGINIA ROBERTS OLIVE ROBERTSON WESLEY ROBERTS GEORGEANNE ROBERTSON JOHN ROBINSON LAWRENCE ROBINSON MARION ROBINSON HAROLD ROBISON ANITA ROGERS BEVERLY ROGERS JOHN ROHRER WILLIAM ROTHENHOEFER ANDREW ROYE SAMUEL RUBENSTEIN BEATRICE RUDLOPH BETTY RUPP HAROLD RUSH JOHN RUSSELL WALTER SANDS GLADYS SANDSTROM RICHARD SATER CHARLES SATHER WILBERT SAUNDERS JACK SCHAEFFER CHARLES SCHAFFER MAX SCHLIEWE GRETCHEN SCHMIDT RUTH SCHNEIDER ESTHER SCHOFIELD HOWARD SCHROEDER ROBERT SCHUEHLE DOROTHY SCHUMACHER EDWARD SCOTT PAUL RICHARD SCOTT PAUL WILBER SCOTT ROBERT SCOTT ELIZABETH SEARS HAROLD SEXTON BARNEY SHAIN IRENE SHALLIT MARY SHANNON JEAN SHANSTROM ELIZABETH SHEELEY HAROLD SHEERER FRED SHEFFIELD WALTER SHEPHARD JOHN SHEPHARD MARION SHEPHARD CORDELIA SHEVLING DOROTHY SHOEBROOK EUGEN SHUKOVSKY-SHUK RICHARD SIDERS CLAIRE SIGISMUND PAUL SILVERSTONE RUTH SINGER SISTER MARGARET JOAN SISTER STANISLAUS FRANZ SISTER MARY ANGELICA SISTER MARY LENORE THOMAS SKEWES ESTHER SLATER FALCONER SMITH LORENE SMITH MORETON SMITH VERNON SMITH PHILIP SMITHMEYER MAE SNIPES DOROTHY SNOWDEN EDWIN SODERBERG POLLY SOUTHMAYD PHILIP SPAULDING BARBARA SPRAGUE ELEANOR SPRAGUE DORIS STALEY ARTHUR STEERS JEAN STEINER DICK STEPHENS HA RVEY STEVENSON TOM STEVENSON ROBERTA STITH JAY STOOPS GEORGE STOPPS EVELYN STRACHILA JANE STRAIGHT SALLY STRANGE FERGUS STRATHIE GRETA STROM BERNICE STRONG WILLIAM SUTTON JOHN SUTTON OSCAR SVARLIEN F. REESE SWAIM OPAL SWANBERG AILEEN SWANSON AUDREY SWANSON ROLAND SWANSON GODFREY SWEET CLIFFORD SYLLIAASEN DAVID TANABE SILVESTRE TANGALAN GRACE TATSUMI GRACE TAYLOR HOWARD TAYLOR MAX TAYLOR THOMAS TAYLOR ALMA TEETER KUNG SAN TENG ALTO TERRY HELEN THAL VERA THELEN VERNA THOMAS DRUSILLA THOMPSON HELEN THOMPSON GEORGE THOMPSON ROBERT THOMPSON WILLIAM F. THOMPSON WILLIAM H. THOMPSON SIDNEY THORNTON EVELYN THOSTESEN LEO TONETTE MILDRED TRASK WILLIAM TRINDLE RICHARD TRIPPLE LEOLA TROHER MARTHA TROWBRIDGE WILLIS TROWBRIDGE GEORGE TSUTAKAWA MARY TURNBULL RICHARD TURNER AGNES TWERDAL SABAS UBUNGEN LILLIAN UPHAM JANE VAN BOGAERT HARRY VANDERBILT, JR. MAYNARD VAN ORNUM MAX VAUGHN PAUL VELGUTH AUDREY VIVIAN MILTON VORDAHL PAUL WAGLEY PHILIP WAGNER KARL WAHLBORG RUTH WAHLBORG DANIEL WAITE BRUCE WALKER NAOMI WALL MARY WALLACE ESTHER WALTERS MARGARET WAPLES DAVID WARD HERA WARE ELIZABETH WARHANIK FRANK WARNER LA VON WATKINS ROBERT WATT ALAN WATTON, JR. WILLIAM WAUGH BETTY WEATHERMAN ELIZABETH WEIGEL FRED WEINGARTEN EARLE WEISER PAUL WELLS FREDERIC WEST VIRGINIA WESTER CARL WETTERSTROM JOSEPH WHALEN CHARLES WHITE WILLIAM WHITEHEAD, JR. LESLIE WHITESEL JOHN WIATRAK HAROLD WICK MARY ANN WICKERSHAM SUSIE WIENS MARGARET WIESE DOUGLAS WIGHTMAN MILDRED WILES BYRON WILKERSON MARGUERITE WILKIE SUE WILLIAMS CORINNE WILLIS ANN WINDERS HELEN WINKLER DOROTHY WINOSKI BERNICE WINSON WARN WINSTON FREDERICK WISWELL ALBERT WONG WILLIAM WOOD MILDRED WOODRING CHARLOTTE WOODS PATTI WOOLERY FLORENCE WRIGHT DONALD YANSEN ROBERT ZOET w Viif 71 1. The voice of the University, Ida Cotter, at the switchboard in Philo sophy hall. 2. The engineers decorated the campus with oil derricks and the students thought It was the W.P.A. 3. Jack Denton and Charles Spence do their home work. 4. After on ossembly in Meany hall. 5. Clarke Home goes native in a woodland glade. 6. Ed Bowman hits the books with a ven- geance. T H I S I S T H E W A Y T H E Y G O T O C o L L E G E ' aL " J ' ' " " " ' " ' ' " " ' yP ' " ' -gineer. about-campus pose. ' U: " »l ' " t " ' T ' ' • " 90 to «hool so eorly in the winter, tra.|a. ' 4. A, long OS there ore no " Keep off the gions at Washington. deserted look of Saturday p.m. ' ■ nnm °r - ' " " ' " " P ° ' ' ■f ' " ' " ♦»•« name of science. tM OFFICERS: President ..__ Mack Koon Vice-President Kay O ' Shea Treasurer - Betty Munger Secretory Janet Chapin r " ' P .x s " 50 5 " ' unLOt eL a55 .... only one moie yeai ' to go and juniors frantically puisue education and activities while visions of honor societies dance in their heads. . . . FOR ONE " NIGHT IN VENICE " at the Trianon Ballroom on March 5 weeks of preparation. Gondolas to be painted, tickets to sell, and a publicity stunt featuring clalmers to the title of " The spoghettl-slurplnest man on the campus, " with Frank Olmstead winner. The juniors initiated a new patron and patroness plan that took them out of the corners and put them on the dance floor. One of the spotlights of the evening was focused on Willamay Strondberg, who was chosen by the Junior Chamber of Commerce as a Ski Carnival princess. " ■a A l kt Jn l enice " COMMITTEE: CHAIRMAN— Bud Westlund. ASSISTANT CHAIRMAN— Art- Morgan. GENERAL SECRETARY— Helen Mel+on. BUSINESS MANAGER— Bob Ferris: Assistant, John Evans; Secretary, Betty Adams. DECORATIONS — Gus Asplund; Assistant, Bob Knappenberger; Secretary, Barbara Horrocks. PUBLICITY — Marjorie Shields: Assistant, Kathryn Hammer: Secretary, Marjorie Garvin. PROGRAMS — George Gray: Assistant, Watson Robertson: Secretary, Patsy Jackson. TICKETS — Billy Parker: Assistant, Don Ryan: Secretary, Betty Jane Thomas. REFRESHMENTS — Tom Perry; Assistant, Leonard Lewis: Secre- tary, Mono Firnstohl. DAVENPORTS — Jim Fogarty; Assistant, Fran Bergerson; Secretary, Jean Morrison. ENTERTAINMENT — John Warren; Assistant, Peter Whithed; Secretary, Marguerite Rolle. INVITATIONS — Moxine Casey: Assist- ant, Fred Duffy: Secretary, Mary Ann Jones. ARRANGEMENTS — Jim Crick: Assistant, John Gallup; Secretary, Mary Hunt. PATRONS AND PATRONESSES — Virginia Kesling; Assistant, Bill Hardy; Secretary, Doris Quist. 75 OFFICERS: President Lewis Armstrong Vice-President Pat Dorsey Secretary _ Sarah Curd Treasurer - Niel Christensen SoYiltomotQ (?L a55 .... that sophisticated stage where college is a carnival and the men start putting razor blades on their expense accounts. . . TWO HUNDRED GOATEE aspirants entered the whisker-growing competition and Chuck Adams and Bob Scott emerged victorious. Other winners were Don McCann, Martin Petrlch, Jr., Frank Por- teo, Russell Stocklon, Perry Love, Dennis Piper, Shirl Wilson, Bill Waldo, John Eitel, Len Amcll, and Bob Dent. John Evans was chairman of the chin-whiskers. A new Idea In campus fun was the Sophomore Carnival In the pavilion on May 21 with a merry- go-round and side-shows put up by the organized houses. Paper money bought entrance to side-shows and peanuts and popcorn sold by the sophs. Art Batemon chalrmaned the successful affair. Jane Patten, Ralph Baldwin, Barbara McHardle, Roy Blackstock, Neil Christensen, Larry Mcintosh, Dick Warren, Otis Lamson, Jean McLeod, Mary Jane Johnson, Sue Allen, and Sarah Curd were com- mittee chairmen. 74 !«•■ Milliman, Mc Fori and ,Vq_ 0 ' VO ' ,vi OFFICERS: President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer _ Gib Lane -Fred McForland .-Grace Milliman .Jim Lewis Tte A man ei a55 .... saying goodbye to adolescence the Freshman takes up the responsibilities of LIFE, at least until spring quarfer. . . . A HUGE RALLY, a songfest, campus movies and a mixer made Freshman Week one of the largest yet held on the campus. Defying a four-year-old jinx on frosh-sponsored activities, the freshman class this year held an all- university dance at the Trianon Ballroom on January 29. A freshman " mystery " woman, whose iden- tity was not disclosed till the night of the dance, was honor guest of the evening. Jean Fisher, Kappa Kappa Gamma, was chosen for this honor. Gil Evans ' swing band provided the music in partnership with Center Case and his orchestra. § FROSH DANCE COMMITTEE: Co-Chairmen— Dale Gaeth . Gib Lone. Publicity— Chuck Larrowe. Finance — -Bob Mason. Entertainment — Harris Emmon. Tickets — Mark Allen. Program — Ray Seifeldt. Decorations — Don Colvln. Patrons and Patronesses — Julius Mattson. HeitTacQi 1937 »1 MsQt the ud 25 TWO MEN, one a graduate of the University and now a prominent Hollywood actor, the other a young and popular member of the art department faculty from Carnegie Tech, took up the Herculean task of selecting the best from this year ' s crop of faces. Robert Armstrong judged the men and Sidney G. War- ner, the coeds, after a student committee had chosen the finalists. So here we have the opinion of one man to whom Robert Taylors and Tyrone Powers are as eventful as mashed potatoes, and on artist whose sense of beauty is a second nature. Except for Mildred Shepherd and Mack Koon, the Ideal Couple, no order of preference is in- tended. THE IDEAL COLLEGE COUPLE Alack ao J, THETA CHI Mlldted kepketdt, DELTA GAMMA GAMMA PHI BETA Qaclc Muttaij ALPHA DELTA PHI vitalnia KeiLlna ALPHA P H I « - ■fjouratd To mail DELTA TAU DELTA ■ Cftotia J ietce KAPPA ALPHA THETA mi Ql nmu Uonniton SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON - a « 2 i t rf a 2 •jT- J i ). Mr. Sea Gull tries to find out whot George is look- ing at. ' 2. Dr. Edword Wagenknecht book-reviewing into the campus mike. 3. Lady-killer Mitch Mondolo finds there is more than pill-boxes and cough syrup for what ails you at the infirnfary. 1 4. The lamp-lit entrance of Home Ec on a snowy nighf. ' 5. Sargent Powell lectures on chemistry. 6. Who would recognize Dr. Howard Preston without his Money and Bonking books? The groom is Sandy Mc- Loren ' s father. JC p R O F E S S O R I A L P E D A G O G U E S M I X F U N A N D B O O K S rtAz:ib.%:ivi- f fSf 1. Wkoi ' t wrofl9. Dmh WundeHich . ! . did «h« Daily get your name wrong again? 2. TS« Mfting tun pay ih last raipectt to th« late-working . official! in Education hal. ) 3. Margorot Hog curli up in tho browsing c orner of the I Boolutor library. 4. Regent Werner Rupp, ipeoker of the evening at the Publication! ' Banquet, is surrounded by P.-l. Publisher John Beettiger and Mrs. Boettiger. 5. Loyalty, lndu!try. Faith and Efficiency. 6. Jane Cortelyeu interview! Lieut.-Gov. Victor Meyers on the state of tho University. jQ.QaQnt5 Seventeen years ' service on the boord as chairman of the buildings and grounds committee is the University service record of Winlock W. Miller, Seattle attorney and Yale graduate. Attorney Thomas Balmer, a product of this Univer- sity, recently became West- ern vice-president and coun- sel for the Great Northern Railway, hie Is chairman of the finance committee. President of the Board of Regents is Seattle attorney Philip D. MocBride, a graduate of the University of Iowa where his father was at one time president. The seven regents who ai ' e aop olnted by the governor for six- year terms meet once o month with President Sieg to administer the af- fairs of the University. No successoi " to Robert Montgomery, Puyollup pub- lisher, who died May 3, 1936, has been appointed. Representing the fourth estate as odminlstro- tor of the University endowment lands Is Werner A. Rupp, publisher of the Aberdeen World. Edward P. Ryan, mining engineer and broker. brings valuable business experience to the board. He is prominent in Spokane ' s industrial and business worlds. Post president of Seattle ' s community fund. Alfred Shemonski is well known for his civic ond philanthropic work. 92 S ' -Odmlnh tta tot6 Librarian Charles W. Smith, toll and bespectacled, as chairman of the bibliography committee of the American Library Association, is working toward a bibliography of the books for all Northwest libraries. Young, jovial Registrar Dean Newhouse, formerly assistant Dean of Men, has mode real progress this year. " President Sieg gave me a new job and my wife gave me a new son. he reports. Comptroller Raymond C. Davis, likes his job, which he just took over this yeor, end a bit of spore time for reading political biographies and historlcol novels. m o man of suppressed desires, " confides Dean Edward H. Lauer of the University College. It ' s al- ways been my ambition to teach history. " Dean David Thompson, head of academic guid- ance, is one man who fer- vently longs for a time- schedule machine. " Imagine the convenience of switch- ing It on and viewing next year ' s time-schedule. " Dr. Henry Burd, director of the summer school, spends his vacations on board his cabin-cruiser. He is popular with the summer school faculty — he takes them all for a cruise! Dr. Harry E. Smith, direc- tor of the extension service, has little time for his hob- bies, gardening and work- ing on old furniture, be- cause his work Includes supervision of lecture series, speakers ' bureau, and ex- hibits. Most of President Lee Paul Sieg ' s time during the past year has been token up with working on the develop- ment of the building program, adjust- ing faculty salaries, and securing funds from the state legislature for on annuity to pension retiring foculty members. Also he has worked on a conference system of classes that will be launched this fall with 150 fresh- men. lltQ " Qan Dean Shirley J. Coon Dean E. A. Loew Dr. Charles W. Johnson Dean Frederfrk Moraon Podelford lite ' Qan Deon Milnor Roberts Dean Willis L. Uhl Dean Hugo Wlnkenwerder Deon Judson F. Folknor Dean E. A. Loew ' s many activities in the engineering field have earned him a place in " Who ' s Who In Engineering " " I haven ' t time for hobbies, " admits Dr. Chai ' les W. Johnson, and his record as former president of two national pharmaceutical associations, and chemist for 28 years for depart- ment of agriculture, bears this out Research has not disclosed whether Dean Shirley J. Coon talks about " the one that got away " in his many busi- ness speeches, but the fact remains that fishing is his obsession " When I really want to relax, I play golf. Now, there ' s a game — , " says Dean Frederick Morgan Padelford Dean Milnor Roberts spends much of his time with the United States Bureau of Mines Dean Judson F. Falknor has the distinction of having stepped directly from a successful practice to head of the law school Scholarly, Dean Willis L. Uhl has confessed the secret of his success — he skips football games to read his new Bible edition Though greatly absorbed in the development of Washington Park ' s arboretum. Dean Hugo Winkenwerder still finds time for funny movies. Herbert Wunderlich The University ' s Deans of Men and Women understand well the problems of University s+udents, for all of them spent their undergraduate days in Pacific Northwest universities. Dean of Men Herbert Condon attended the University of Oregon, Assistant Dean Herbert Wunderlich received his training at the University of Idaho, and both Miss May Dunn Ward, dean of women, and her assistant Miss Mary I. Bash were students here at the University of Washington. Dean Condon finds that the insight into student academic and financial problems he gained in his decodes of work as Registrar and Comptroller of the University has been very helpful to him, since the problems brought to him as Dean of Men ore mainly of the same type. Assistant Dean Wunderlich, who has just completed his first year at Washington, has had a varied career — news- paper reporting, teaching school, announcing radio pro- grams, and even working in a lumber mill. Wood-working is still one of his hobbies. Although they are unlike in personality, as typified by their homes, where Dean Word has Apache and Navajo Indian decorations reminiscent of her childhood in the South- west, and Miss Bash has many Oriental souvenirs, they are alike in their desire to help college women develop the social as well as the academic side of their personalities, encourag- ing them to become real women, not merely students. ' Qan o-k Men and Wc omen Mary I. Bash 96 ler - Ta otltQ tone56ot6 Stocky, dynamic group behavior expert, Dr. Howard B. Wools+on of sociology ranks first in the roll of Washington ' s " pupil ' s pets. " Dr. Woolston puts two per cent as a high figure for A ' s in his classes and has yet to see a perfect paper. " I wouldn ' t know what to do with one if I did, " he says. The genial sociologist believes in class discussions and uses no texts. Psychology ' s William R. Wilson is famous for his dry humor and clipped speech. He advocates throwing respon- sibility on the student, but regrets that such attempts are not always successful because of their lack of training to accept it. Informal, humorous Russell Blankenship of English is favored because of his patient interest in his pupils and his policy of encouraging class discussions. Of his personality his backers say, " We like him for his subtle wisdom, his teeth like pearls and eyes like stars. " It is a unique honor to include John W. Richards of law in the honor roll of Washington ' s favorite instructors. A law professor who con make law interesting deserves the highest. " The most eligible bachelor on the campus, " they say of hondsome Robert C. Miller of zoology, hlis pupils like him also for his methods of presenting material amusingly. John W. Rfchards Howard B. Woolston racultu -QiAfatd Student6 Magnusson, Campbell. Cox. Torlbara Tied for the Presidenf ' s Medal, highest scholarship award of the University, last year, were two of Washington ' s outstanding graduates. Dean Crystal now represents Washington at Oxford University, having won a Rhodes Scholarship. He was a member of Sigma Xi and Pi Mu Chi. Robert Alan Dahl is studying political science on a hiarvard scholarship. During his undergraduate days he found time to act as Purple Shield president and to row on the lightweight crew, hie was a member of Pi Kappa Alpha, Pi Sigma Alpha and the Varsity Boat Club. 7cicuLtij A{edali5i6 An all-around man is senior Philip Magnusson, flute player in the band, R.O.T.C. officer, tennis player, and a member of Chi Phi fraternity, Tau Beta Pi, Sigma Xi, Zeta Mu Tau, and A.I.E.E. Margaret Campbell, os pretty as she is brilliant, is treasurer of the Y.W.C.A. and of Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority. Kenneth Cox, junior in pre-law, plans to become o lawyer and thence into politics. His experience as a varsity debater, Tyee section editor, treasurer of Adelphi, pres- ident of Purple Shield, and Oval Club member should stand him in good stead. Taft Toribora, junior in chemical engineering, has won with his high grades entrance into three honoraries — Zeta Mu Tau, Tau Beta Pi, and Lambda Upsilon. CERTIFICATE WINNERS Winners of certificates of high scholarship are: § JUNIORS: Bert Anshutz . Douglos Eldridge . Virqinio Fairfax . Martha Helene Harrlsan . Renne Julian . John Fred Kalboch . Robert Moyo . Max Nicolai . Don Pearl. § SOPHOMORES: John Bagnoll . Elizabeth Thornlng . Albert Jarvi . Orville Miller . Ralph Refling. § FRESHMEN: Jack Benjamin . Nils Eriksen . Clorence Froberg . Nona Fumerton . John Gillinghom . Jeannette Horowitz . Josephine McFarlond . Robert Purdue . Vincent Sondohl . Julio Smith . Florence Turbitt , Charles Vol?. mx - ] kl Seta Kappa Nelson, Simpson, Mund Founded at the College of William and Mary in I 776; a national scholastic honor- ary with the purpose of encouraging high scholarship ond cultural attainments. The requirements for membership are good moral character, cultural interests, and an academic rating of at leost 3.5. OFFICERS President ._._ _ Dr. Francis S. Wilson Vice-President -. Dr. Everett J. Nelson Secretary Dr. Lurline V. Simpson Treasurer ._ - - Dr. Vernon Mund T- L- r -ix IDr. Edwin R. Guthrie bxecutive Committee ' « -m- k j n i (Dr. Wi lam M. Read § HONORARY MEMBER: President Lee Poul Sieg. § FACULTY MEMBERS: Victorio Anderson . John P. Bollontine . Mary . Bosh . Maude L. Beol . Arthur S. Beordsley . Allen R. Benhom . Max Donald Cornu . Kenneth C. Cole . Clyde Myron Cramlet . Beth Curtis . Hugh DeLacy . Grace G. Denny . Harvey B. Densmore . Edgor M. Draper . E. H. Eby . Richard E. Fuller . James E. Gould . Herbert H. Gowen . Ralph H. Gundloch . Edwin R. Guthrie . Ruth Hole . Amy Violet Hall . Mary E. Holler . Joseph P. Horri . Joseph B. Harrison . A. R. Jerbert . Sylvia Flnloy Kerrigan . Trevor Kincoid . Edward H. Louer . Martin L. Loftus . A. N. Lorig . Edward McMahon . Theresa S. McMohon . Selden C. Menefee . Charles C. More . Vernon A. Mund . Everett J. Nelson . R. H. Nottelmon . Frederick M. Podelford . Ruth E. Pennington . Robert T. Pollard . Francis F. Powers . William M. Read . Melvin Roder . Helen E. Seorls . Lurline V. Simpson . Macy M. Skinner . Horry E. Smith . E. B. Stevens . Edword N. Stone . Charles E. Strother . Dovid Thomson . Lena L. Tucker . E. J. Vickner . Margaret Walters . Edward Wogenknecht . Charles E. Weover . Lois J. Wentworth . Sophie R. Welnstein . Walter B. Whittlesey . Clotilde M. Wilson . Francis G. Wilson . William C. E. Wilson . William R. Wilson . R. M. Winger . Arthur M. Winslow . Howard B. Woolston . Lawrence John Zillman. The following graduates of the class of 1936 were elected to membership in May, 1936: Lester Asheim . Louis Bossett . Marion Bingham . Albert Bogdan . Carolyn Bowers . George Clark . Mrs. Margaret Sheffield Coughlin . Dean Crystal . Robert Dahl . William Doniels . Mary Elizabeth Doylton . Mrs. Virginia Cook Dressier . Lucile Failor . William Firstenburg . Audree Gronneberg . Rosalln Grinspon . Evan Hannay . Bernice Honson . Mary Frances Hartson . Kenneth Hawkins . Mary Ardis Haynes . Dorothy Hemphill . Mitsuko Hirota . Priscillo Hitchman . Mrs. Morion Wood Holcomb . Don Isenhort . Louise Kellenberger . John Leaden . Leslie Longwell . William Lowry . Bernadine McClincy . Catherine MacDonold . Ernest McDonnell . Robert Moch . James Nickson . Borboro Nowlin . Morigole Osborne . Victoria Palmason . Robert Paquette . William Pennock . Helen Poplock . Leona Priebe . Carl Pruzon . Bessie Rehkopf . Mrs. Lulu Ethel Roberson . Esther Sampson . John Schuyten . Boba Jeanne Sears . Mrs. Bernice Ferrier Shorrock . Edith Sincloir . Modorah Smith . Merle Smith . George Terada . Madeleine Turrell . Jeon Vermilya . Morjorie Warren . Mary Helen Williomson . John Wolfard. V oqner, lau n ta 7 1 Founded at Lehigh University In I 885 for the pur- pose of conferring distinction upon engineering students or alumni who have maintained a high grade average of scholarship and attainment. OFFICERS: President _. Nicholas V. Mihailoff Vice-President - Elmer Logg Secretary - Char les B. Wagner Treasurer Adrian Pauw Top M-.hoao«. Loqq FACULTY ADVISORS: W. L. Beuschlein . Dean E. A. Loew . B. T. McMinn . C. C. More . F. M. Warner. FACULTY MEMBERS: R. Q. Brown . Joseph Daniels . F. W. Eastman . E. O. Eastwood . R. H. G. Edmonds . R. B. Farquhar- C. W. Harris . G. L. Hoord . A. Jensen . F. K. Kirsten . K. A. Kobe . R. E. Lindblom . Dean E. A. Loew . D. H. Loughridge . B, T. McMinn . C. E. Magnusson . C. C. May . A. L. Miller . C. C. More . L. H. Pries . E. L. Ryder . F. H. Rhodes . G. S. Scholler . F. C. Smith . R. G. Tyler . R. B. Van Horn . F. M. Warner . E. R. Wilcox . G. S. Wilson . A. M. Winslow . J. R. Woodyard. W. L. Beuschlein son . J.W. Gray MEMBERS: Thomas Bobshonik . Walter Barnet . Howard Beede . F. Robert Bergseth . Renato Bianchi . Wiiliam D. Carlson . Harry Cedergren . Riley Conrad . James Cordiner . Robert Deacon . Tell ErtI . Ernest Gentle . John W. Gray . James Greeiy . Byron Havens . George Hemmen . Thomas Jack . James Jensen . Albert Jarvi . Harold Jorvis . J. Fred Kalbach . Alex- ander Leipper . Richard L. Linkletter . Henry R. Loew . Phillip Magnusson . Elmer Logg . Nicholas V. Mihailoff . Holger Mittet . Naboru NIshlsaki . Adrion Pouw . Don C. Pearl . Milton Pierce . Walter Sands . G. Forrest Sainsbury . William C. Spiller . Halvor Strandrud . Taft Toribara . Richard Tripple . Charles B. Wagner . Don E. Weeks. !« -«» Slama i Founded in 1886 at Cornell University and locally In 1907. The purpose is to promote research in pure and applied science. Membership is composed of any professor, instructor, or staff member showing achievement as on original investigator in some scientific branch or of any student who exhibits an aptitude for research as judged by his actual work of investigation. OFFICERS: President _ W. L. Beuschleln Vice-President _ B. L. Grondal Secretary ._ _ D. hi. Loughridge Treasurer __ _.._ T. S. Jacobsen Electoral Board ■R. H.Gundloch B. S. Henry C. E. Magnusson Hewitt Wilson Jennie E. Rowntree ' " °P-- SeuscW, " " ■ ® ' -°nWo;. eo ° -- Jocob: sen. MEMBERS: J. L. Alexander . H. K. Benson . W. L. Beuschlein . J. W. Bouknight . H. L. Brokel . Russell Cain . A. F. Carpenter . P. E. Church . D. H. Clark . R. W. Clough . H. A. Coombs . C. R. Corey . J. A. Craig . C. M. Cromler . E. H. Dahlgran . Joseph Daniels . F. A. Davidson , W. H, Dehn . J. M. Dillie . H. A. Dunlop . August Dvorak . A. V. Eastman . F. S. Eastmon . E. O. Eastwood . Robert Edmonds . Erwin A. Esper . Claire Evans . F. B. Farquhorson . Louis Fischer . F. F. Fish . T. C. Frye . R. E. Fuller . F. J. Goodrich . Julia Goodsell . G. E. Goodspeed . J. E. Gould . B. L. Grondal . J. E. Guberlet . R. H. Gundloch . Erno Gunther . E.R.Guthrie . D. C. Holl . C. W. Harris . M. H. Hatch . G. E. Hawthorn . J. E. Henderson . B. S. Henry . Dora P. Henry . G. L. Hoard . Roche! E. HoHstodt . G. P. Horton . J. W. Hotson . C. S. Huey . Melville Jacobs . S. T. Jacobsen . A. R. Jerbert . C. W. Johnson . Wilhelm Jorgenson . Trevor Kincoid . F. K. Kirsten . K. A. Kobe . H. A. Langenhon . E. A. Loew . D. H. Loughridge . Bryan T. McMinn . J. H. Mockin . C. E. Magnusson . G. A. Magnusson . Howard Martin . Alfred L. Miller . R. C. Miller . C. C. More . R. E. Moritz . Hermance Mullemeister . L. I. Neikirk . Earl R. Norris . F. A. Osborn . R. W. Moulton . Sorgent Powell . Effie I. Raitt . Verne Ray . G. B. Rigg . L. W. Rising . Milnor Roberts . Rex Robinson . T. R. Rosecoe . G. Rounsefell . Jennie Rowntree . L. A. Sandermon . G. S. Schallep . E. A. Schur- Sivertz . E.V.Smith . G. McPhail Smith . G.S.Sm ith . Stevenson J. R. Rolmie . Robert Tschudy . R. G. Tyler . S. R. Tymstro .C. L. chard . Leonard Schuitz . G. R. Shuck . L. P. Sieg . V. Smith . H. V. Tartar . J. D. Thayer . T, G. Thompson Utterback . R. Van Clave . R. B. Von Horn . Frank M. Warner . C. E. Wheelon . E. R. Wilcox . E. A. Williams . G. werder . A. M. Winslow . John Worcester. S. Wilson . Hewitt Wilson Weaver . Helena Werby . Ruth West . Homer Wm. R. Wilson . R. M. Winger . Hugo Winken- ASSOCIATE MEMBERS: Kathryn Benson . F. R. Bergseth . Renoto Bianchl . Kelshaw Bonhom . Jessie Burch . Jane Burns . L. B. Cochran . C. C. Davis . L. R. Donaldson . T. F. Doumoni . Esther Duchow . Martha Flohaut . Gertrude Fleming . C. Friedman . Max P. Geer . W. H. Goss . Audree Gronneberg . F. W. Grant . J. W. Gray . Elmer Hansen . C. H. Harrison . B. L. Havens . Emil Hellund . G. H. Hemmen . S. W. Hobbs . T. T. Iriye . F. G. Jonelis . G. N. Jones . J. F. Kalboch . J. L. Kosk . R. E. Lind- blom . Leslie Lowen . H. S. Luke . Janet McArthur . P. C. Magnusson . E. K. Miller . Gertrude Minsk . Paul Morton . W. H. Naylor . Noboru Nishisaka . Wilfred Newschwonder . Marigale Osborne . Betty Ostermon . Ruby Ostermon . Rose Ostro-ff . I. A. Pearl . A. Penick . Marjorie W. Peterson . R. E. Reitmeier . John Roberts . F. W. Ross . S. M. Rubens . G. F. Sainsbury . M. B. Schoeffer . Ralph Sillimon . R. E. Silver . F. C. Smith . Wm. C. Spiller . Halvor T. Strandrud . Daniel E. Stutz . A. C. Thrupp . H. C. Trueblood . Malcolm Trupp . Marjorie Westphall . R. E. Zone. 101 1. Oh, you lucky people! Helen Galbraith !s the solesglil. 2. Marvin Tipp, Tyee photog, looks at the birdie himself I for a change. 3. Those winning smiles helped them become high Column salesgirls. 4. Mo Laehman and girl friend. Why didn ' t you tell us you felt that woy about it, Mo7 I 5. The governor really enjoyed this press (junior iournoi- ' ists) conference— he let his lunch wait. (See clock for II proof.) 6. So this is where John " Cherub " Hollenbeck learned those fish stories he ' s been dishing out in Columnsl 7. Royol " Angel-puss " Frew, of the crew Frtws, dishes up the sports dope. K E Y H O L I N G I N O N P R O F E S S I O N A L K E Y H O L E R S 1 .1-1 fe 1 1 ■•■ i 1 1 1 ■ ■ I Ik I . Mike Bird give the beor a trimming . . . wefl, the Doily , kids thought it wa» good anyway. .,{ 2. The globe-trotting Dean and friend pipe. 3. " My deahs, Pat Sharkey was Just thurilled to death ■■T when Betsy Gormley pinned that Theta Sig pledge ribbon on her. " 4. The photographer said he couldn ' t resist — he never saw so many pretty girls at one time before. 5. Murroy Morgan dares Dave Shonahan to take his pic- ture. Well, I wouldn ' t argue the point. Dave. 6. At the Theta Sig banquet for lady journalists: Jean Hudson, Ruth Gohnberg, Gail Collman, Jean McLeod, and Sue Allen. 2dltot6 and I Vallu Comfortable Ed Hillyer, fall Daily edltoi- . . . Rotar- ian philosophy . . . when he steps on the scales the pointer goes for a long distance hike — blame it on a T-bone steak complex ... do Daily editors always have lots to discuss with Tyee editors? . . . president of Theta Chi and Sigma Delta Chi . . . Oval Club. Harrassed Murray Morgan, spring editor . . . New Dealer, or just interested in the Rosa project? . . . sits on desk top like a Buddha ... his combs never wear out — we wonder why ... By hloines ' press agent . . . Alpha Tau Omega and Sigma Delta Chi. Lanky Jack Boley with an idea plant for a mind . . . more job offers than he could use . . . was he trying to solicit an od from the infirmary? . . . red-haired . . . private private life . . . Alpha Delta Sigma president. Doris " Mac " Mcllroy ... a different pin for every school day . . . Mortar Board . . . Alpha Chi Omega . . . Totem Club . . . Theta Sigma Phi . . . and Theta Chi . . . " Aw, her hair isn ' t red, it ' s brown! " . . . eternal argument . . . 106 mir ' M CT- •.. .. C OLu nni Fiery Ken Jones container. . . sprmkieW ' o ' ' j ° " ® ' : ' ' ° = ' ' " mall only foil n oXZitlZlTlT ' t ' " ' ' f " ° ' - ° ' - Rising agency . Del o Un! " ? f c " ° " ' l °dver- y • . . Uelta Upsilon and Sigmo Delta Chi. Suave Jack Hollenbeck k- i smiling, ogreeabir n , l ° " ' successo +k- ? ' " y ' eaoie, punning phewl) soys every- r» +k- : " - ' --wvjic, punning thing IS O.K. and rewrites r-U Lu Adonis Jack Galbralth J C W ■. :o " ege to him ... be vouVo ' ' , " " " i n ' O ' - (et . . . wonder If he £ of 7 ° " ' " ' ' ' " ' bald ' " ■ ■ ■ P ' -efty g|-rspluTjar ' ' ' ' " ' ' -° " ■ • . " I am a • • Alpho Delta Slgma. ' ' ° ' ' ' " ' ' ' yee soles 07 ' alLu ditotlal Society Stoff — TOP: Soi -mley, Morrison, Hudson, Wall. MIDDLE: Shorkey, Estes, Sbedico, MacLeod, Branson. BOTTOM: Gahnberg. Cor- telyou, Allen. Universl STAFF FOR 1936-37: Editors . . . EDWIN HILLYER . MURRAY MORGAN Associate Editors — Murray Morgan . Mike Bird . Syd Kossen . Siegmund Snapp. Sports Editors — Mike Bird . Al Stump. Society Editors — Betsy Gormley . Elena Sbedico. Day Editors — Syd Kossen . Curtis Barnard . Barbara Crowder . Siegmund Snapp . Bill Hosokawa . Lawrence Munz. Morgue Librarians — Frank Kingsbury . Rosa Northcutt . Anna Rind. Assistant Sports Editors — Al Stump . Royal Frew. Assistant Society Editor — Jean Hudson. Copy Desk Editors — Betty Turner . Frank Doleshy . Hal Giles . Lorene Smith . Bill Love . Eric Fennel . Ronald Dodds . Dick Watson . Mo Lachman . Jack Tait . Jack Schonborn . Frank Kingsbury. Special Writers — Archie Campbell . Betty Turner . Laurence Munz . Theola Templeton . Brent Schumacher . Betsy Gormley . Betty Lou Maus . Kathryn Hammer. Report- ers — Jane Eshom . Theola Templeton . Doris Mcllroy . Morton Lachman . Marjorie Shields . Kathryn Ham- mer . Doris Lincoln . Marion Hall . June Meese . Ralph Shenenberger . Vernon Peterson . Virginia Elzey . Mau- rice Cohen . Betty Strehlau . Mary Jane Johnson . Jean MacLeod . John Penberthy . David Gill . Frank Olm- stead . Doris Ridge . Elizabeth Abroms . Henry Kessler mgton Daily . Max Taylor . Elientlne McClure . Philip Campbell . Mary Lindsay . Barbara Curran . Hugh Pritchard . Lawrence Munz . Julius Ruiz . Dot Kelley . Dorothy Dumm . Winifred Kerr . Jack Starling. Sports Staff — Fred Baisch . Dick Bergholz . Bob Cohen . Royal Frew . Donald Gaddis . Joe Krivanek . Virgil Peterson . Roland Libby . George Broz . Frank Kingsbury . Sheldon Kol- berg . Dick Munsey . Jack Cowan. Society Staff — Sue Allen . Gail Collmon . Ruth Gahnberg . Harriet Mor- rison . Jean MacLeod . Patricia Sharkey . Rosemary Stewart . Theola Templeton . Wilma Branson . Jean Hudson . Betty Wall . Elena Sbedico . Ann Parry. Copywriters — Phyllis Johnson . Mary Richards . Robert Miller . Betty Crow . Patricio Miller . Harlan Jones . Alice Musser . Anita Wagner . Edward Williams . Patricia Kohler . Dorothy Down . Willette Wasson . Winifred Kerr . Margaret Miller . Mary Alice McCun- nlff . Hugh Pritchard . Anna Rind . Barbara Curran . Dorothy Adamson . Mock Moore . Kay O ' Conner . Rosemary Stewart . Jane Forde . Roland Burrls . Janet Upcraft . Mary Lindsay . Rose Poitevin . Betty Kray . Ruth Keefhaver . Maxine Miller . Jean Morgan . Dor- othy Mitchell . John Ashbough . Jocelyn Dohm . Ro- beno Larson . Lois Johnson . Neva Collier. i rvMMMai " alLu dltotlai Late for dinner every night . . . perpetual clicking of typewriters, some faltering, some like mochine guns . . . Big Ed smoking his pipe . . . countless strange faces turning up for Christmas and peanut parties . . . pub- licity hounds confiding in the Whisper — . . . noise and smoke . . . politicians cultivating reporters . . . " If I could only think of a lead! " . . . notes all over the bul- letin board ... I I p.m. — " Is it too late for a Crier notice? " . . . " Please put it in as a personal favor to me " . . . litter of paper by wastebaskets . . . constant searching for missing student directories . . . reporters waiting during term paper time while the University collectively uses the typewriters . . . cutting classes to get stories . . . general celebration when Murray combs his hair . . . " What do you think this is, a publicity sheet? " Sports Stotf— TOP: Boisch, Bergholz. Peterson, Kingsbury. BOTTOM: Kol- berg, Cowan, Cohen, Frew, Stump, Goddls. n «? , J • Barnard, Bird, Campbell, Crowder. Frew. Gormlev, Hammer, Hudson. ' alLu i dltatlal Spring Editorial Staff— TOP: Bird, Barnard Snopp, Deon McKenzie. BOTTOM: Hasakowa Crowder, Kossen, Hudson, Sbedico, Frew, Mor gon. The Reporters — TOP: Pritchord. Peterson, Cohen, Taylor, Campbell, Starling. MIDDLE: Morgan, McClure. Maus. Kerr. Lindsay, Shields, Ridge, Curran. BOTTOM: Campbell, McCunniff. Johnson, MacLeod, Hammer, Strehlou. Johnson, Kessler, Kossen, MacLeod, Mun7, Sbedico, Snapp, Stump. no ° " siness Fred, er. ' ci s, DAILY BUSINESS STAFF: Sore feet . . . big hopes . . . good experience . • • contacts with all types of business men . . . classified customers irate about wrong phone numbers . . . hard knocks . . . fun . . . shoe leather here today, gone tomorrow . . . resolutions to write merchants ' courtesy book . . . plate-glass-shy beginners trying to use man- nerisms of seasoned ad men . . . hardened indifference to mysterious Personals . . . yearly influx of would-be " activity women. " General familiarity with: current shows . . . shirts that " can ' t shrink " . . . the Laurel Wreath . . . perky little suits . . . toffeto in a festive mood . . . bi-swings . . . light smokes . . . styles as young as the season . . . budget plons. BUSINESS STAFF FOR 1936-37: Business Managers — Jack Boley . James Rice. Assistant Business Managers — James Rice . Kenneth Penchos. Advei tising Staff — John Jennings . Richard Doran . John Beall . Thomos Hanley . Ted Chambers . Harry Henricksen. National Advertising Managers — Doug- las Hansen . Richard Doran . John Foster. Office Manager — Mary Ellen McElroy. Advertising Service Manager — Betty Lou Manley. Assistant Office Man- ager — Bette Campbell. Classified Advertising — Morion Newberry . Mary Elise Myers. Subscription Manager — Audrey Frederickson. Credit Managers — Alice Musser . Catharine Howley. Copywriter — Bonito auu Eu5inQ65 Business Statf— TOP: Rice, Boley, Ehlke, Penchos, Henrichsen. MIDDLE: Wagner, Fredrickson, Lund, McElroy, Field. BOTTOM: Campbell, Musser, Hand, Anger, Myers. Holland. Office Assistants — Anita Wagner . Sally Humphries . Lois Elaine Hand . Elizabeth Klien . Helen Campbell . Valero Davis . Rosalind Wicklund . Harriet Kostrup . Dorothy Hitchcock . Marjory Sapp . Anne Lewis . Charlotte T. Field . Caroline Heck . Druscilla Bodroun . Alice Musser . Margaret Lienau . Ruth Lindgren . Sylvia Davis . Anita Wagner . Frances Harris. Circulation Manager — Edward Ehlke. Circula- tion Staff — Jean Lund . Harry Hendricksen . Oscar Cooper . Floyd McCroskey . Robert Sicade . Ted Chambers . Robert Miller . Paul Duling . Ted Coff- man . Herman Burkiand . Richard Berg. Merchandising Staff — Jean Morris . Mary Jane Anger . Peggy Steffen . Harriet Kastrup. Collectors — Edward Murnen . Alan Johnson. Campbell, Doran, Frederickson, Hollond, Manley, McElroy, Penchos. Rice. TuQQ dltotlat staff Meeting — FIRST: Johnson, Ham, Forde, Adamson, Cohen, Frew. SECOND: Richards, Ingram, Valentine, Mills, Anderson. O ' Connor. THIRD: Bird, Harris. McDonald, Donohue. Kennedy. FOURTH: Turner, Peterson. Dohm. Glohe. STANDING: Garvin, Hammer, Miller, Stitt. King, Degering. Sharkey, Blessing. Stoyton. Munz. Co " Crowa® ' ' Editor: Doris Mcilroy. Associate Editors: Betsy Gorm- ley . Betty Turner . Claire Wernecke. Activities: Elena Sbedico, editor . Marjorie Shields, assistant . Kathryn Hannmer . Mary Ellen Stuhl . Anita Wagner . Peggy Horrocks . Mary Lou Klinker . David tHartsuck . Glen- ora Waters . Kay O ' Connor . Alice Wanamaker . Wilma Branson . Betty Wall . Ellen Crosby . Jane Forde . Jean Sherwin . Valborg Renando . Reed Han- " " " • ' ' VV,7. sen . Betty Hoftmann . Mary h ele Vivian . Ruth Mary Larsen . Virginia Alderson . Shirley McCroskey . Jean McLeod. Honoraries: Kenneth Cox, editor . Lucile Glohe, assistant . Margaret hlopple . Clarence Fro- berg . Marjorie Garvin . Rosemary Valentine . Roberta Stitt . Jocelyn Dohm . Jane Forde. Sports: Alvin Stump, editor . Royal Frew and Don Goddis, assistants . Michael Bird . Dick Bergholz . Bob Cohen . Frank Kings- TOP: Cortelyou, Cox, Crowder, Frew, Gaddis, Glohe, Gormley, Hommer. Hudson. BOTTOM: Ingram, Johnson, MacLeod, Sbedico, Shields, Strehlou, Stump, Turner, Wernecke. 112 JM ' TuQQ Su5lnQ56 office Girls: Swick, Hogue, Garvin, Golbroith. bury. Classes: Betsy Gorrnley, edifor . Pat Sharkey assistant . Roberta Stayton . Gertrude Anderson . Shirley Mills . Flora Blessing . Marjorie Stone. Organ- ized Houses: Barbara Crowder, editor . Mary Jane Johnson, assistant . Annabel Izzard . Juliamary hlam . Ruth Keefhaver . Betty Sayles . Mary Richards . Nancy Emerson . Carolyn Colby . Shirley Rogers . Mary Mc- Phoil . Kay O ' Connor. Women ' s Sports: Jean Hudson. Photography: Dick Hubbell, editor . Marvin Tipp, assistant . Bob Moody . Phyllis Ann Dearborn . Ed Brady. Copy: Betty Strehlau, editor . Lorraine Don- oghue, assistant . Evelyn Degerine . Betty Mae Jones . Anna Rind . Ruth Ann hiartsuck . Frances hlorris . Potrlcio Miller . Muriel Waxman . Jane Kennedy . Clarice Atkeson . Richard Borden . Sally Turner . Lois House . Betty Sayles . Shirley Rogers. Art: Dana Ing- ram . Dorothy Meagher . Roy Serwig . John Kolbach. Administration: Jane Cortelyou, editor . Sue Allen, assistant . Janet Upcraft . Patricia Hughes . Barbara McCurdy . Jane Eshom . Lawrence Munz . Janet O ' Leary . Jeanne Coon . Helen Jo Whetstone. Tele- phone: Jean MacLeod, editor . Kathryn Hammer, assistant . Dorothy Adamson . Marie Salmela . Doris Green . Mary Kennedy . Gail Coilman . Marge Shields . Mary Richards . Mary Jane Johnson . Charlotte Semple. Photo Secretaries: Mary Ellen Sturl . Jane Forde . Nancy Emerson . Sally Humphris . Bill Berry . Roy Gerwig. Business Manager: Jack Galbroith. Advertising Man- ager: John Hannum. Sections Manager: Helen Poe. Circulation Manager: Dorothy Jane Meyer. Office Manager: Jane Porter. Advertising Staff: Tom McMohon . Allen Smyser . Dick Codd . Richard usiness S+oft. TOP: Favero, Egbert, Hood, Murnen. BOT- TOM: Codd, Boutin, Baxter, Stevens. Galbroith. Mcintosh . Vincent Egbert . Edgar Murnen . Ed Black. Sections Staff: Virginia Alderson . John Favero . Bor- nielle Odey . Catherine Clark . Gertrude Schryver . Audrey Bullis . Charlotte Kaufmann . Claire Holcomb . Herbert McLean. Circulation Staff: Bobby Coy . Marian Clark . Lois Boutin . Inez Stevens . Priscillo Brown . Marjorie Garvin . Marian Hood . Wilma Hoover . Pat Souder . Jean Griswold . Cleata Gunn . Barbara Gilman . Emily Hull . Marian Dehn . Jeanne Blair . Marjorie Beede . Barbara Bonnell . Jean Baxter . Grace Croucher . Ellen Crosby. Office Staff: Helen Galbroith . Barbara Bryan . Peggy Hogue . Polly Hogue. 113 Coy, Hannum. McMahon. Meyer, Poe. Porter. (2oL u nn5 HI Editorial Board talking it over Sbedico, Kalboch, Robinson Hollenbeck. Friday afternoon staff meetings . . . Editor Hollen- beck clears his throat . . . " This story bogs down in the middle . . . Current Columns rehash . . . " What Columns needs is a new joke " . . . Sales last month? . . . " Three sold from a drug store — circulation is booming " . . . Let ' s hove a contest . . . Five bucks or life-savers? ... Or a coronation number . . . Might get a sale in Canada . . . What Columns needs is more exchanges . . . Marmont has a story idea . . . " This Phi Bete finds a solesmon ' s sample case of frater- nity pins and goes hawg wild, see — " . . . You might sell that to " College hHumor " . . . That ' s it, keep any- thing good out of Columns . . . We always do. ill Columns Editorial; t-lilen, Knightlinger, N larmont, Robinson, Sbedico. Strehlau. (2oL umn5 lDDt [ -. .° ' ,v . -yon I, Sales meetings and pep talks . . . plans for odver- tislng campaigns . . . staff freshman sells first ad and gets big thrill . . . engraving expense too high — talk with editor . . . dance chairman: " Please handle our publicity " (could there be an ulterior motive?) . . . 250 sleepy salesgirls talk about what they wish they could have hod for breokfost . . . " We ' d sell more Columns if it didn ' t rain so much " . . . " Who would ever think _ it would be so dork at 6 o ' clock in the morning? " . . . " Wanna buy a Columns? " . . . Sales- girl faints when customer asks for one. Editor: Jack hHollenbeck . Associate Editors: Proctor Melquist . Andrew Hilen. Editorial Board: John Kal- bach, Art . Elena Sbedico, Drama . Margery Robin- son, Jeonnette Brown, Fashions . Loren Smith, Photog- raphy . Morton Lachman, hlumor. Editorial Staff: Paul Marmont . Jack Divine . Doris Mcllroy . John Dyer . William Carter. Art Staff: Eystein Berger . Donald Bennett . Frederick Rosenwater, Jr. . Jackson Fforby . Paul Swensson . Edmund Rossbach . FHerbert Carlson . Martin Manhoff. Photographers: Marvin Tipp . Bud Brady. Conti-ibutors: Jay Jordan Pat Sharkey . Wayne Wills . Jock Floyd . Gunnar Larson . Brent Schumacher. Business Manager: Donald E. Oman. Advertising: Max FHolsinger . Robert Gregory . Rich- ard Art . Harry McGuane . Karl Krogstad . Harry Horrocks. Circulation: Betty Strehlou, manager . Mar- guerite Anderson . Rowena Stubbs . Beth McLavy . Shirley Frolich . Jane Porter . Shirley McCrosky . Judy Richardson . Elkan Offer . Victor Lyon . Jane Ken- nedy . Josephine Richardson . Sally Dawson . Sue Allen . Mary Milllngton. Office: Peggy Froser . Bea Holmes . Muriel Bushell . Marion McKenzie . Norma Kubley . Marilou Sullivan . Flora Blessing . Charlotte Miller . Margaret Arneman . Georgene Hubbard. Arneman, Art, Bushell, Dowson. Flint, Froser, Frolich, Holsinger, Kennedy, Krogstad, Kubley, Lyon, McGuane, Stubbs. . S. U. IV. ' ' ' ( ; i. m 1 Tea and coffee and talking over the players during a Penthouse inter- 2. Some came to inspect the Sophomore beards, others to gaie at the beauti- ful judges: Eileen Brandt, Sarah Curd, Rose Williams, Jone Patten, Sue Allen, Shirley Frolich. 3. Lomo Jones, Gamma Phi, found the palm trees beoutiful, the weather warm, and her fur coat hot at the Rose Bowl game. 4. The first picture on the new DG land- scape: Georgine Hubbard. Betty Liby, Jean K orris, and Mary Jane McDonald. L 5. At the Phi Kop costume party: Bor- I tender Nelson, guys and guests. 6. A. S. U. W. prexy and handsomest man. Mack Koon tosses a ringer with Carter Crimp and Howie Honsen kibititng. 7. Harriet Foster and Kothleen Butler go for a ride on the Alpha Phi float. T H A T C O M E T O C O L L E G E T R A L A I Jii Cy iclaU and oacltQ5 Gorhom, Goss, Hillyer, Kilgore, McRae, Robinson, Wohlstrom S9 I Where does our $10 go? . . . A.S.U.W., the incom- prehensible maze of authority . . . Ray Eckmonn, the board of control, the student affairs committee, the Deans, graduate managers . . . Ray Eckmonn: " We ' ve got to get at least 2,000 students for on unofficial rally at the stadium — it ' s been I I long years — we can ' t overlook any bets to take the coast cham pion- ship " . . . Jim Phelan, steel-gray haired and suave in civilian clothes . . . PHELAN SIGNS THREE-YEAR CONTRACT . . . Coach Edmundson stands up to silence a booing crowd — and watches his title chances fade with the referee ' s whistle . . . Tubby, the most enthusiastic fan . . . big " Pest " coaching the back- field . . . Click Clark and his miles of adhesive tape . . . " Doc Palmer soys Haines will be able to play " . . . freshman women idolizing Helen Gorham and afraid to approach her . . . Clyde Robinson pushing Dolly advertising sales . . . the tremendous diversification of A.S.U.W. service and authority . . . Where does our $ 10 go? Officials and Coaches: Director of Athletics — Ray L. Eckmonn . Manager of Athletics — Carl Kilgore . Auditor — Nelson Wohlstrom . A.W.S. Manager — Helen Gorham . Publications Manager — Clyde Robin- son . Ticket Manager — William Montgomery . Book- keeper — Fred Corlin . Athletic News Service — Edwin C. Hillyer . Secretaries — Virginia Marshall, Azolio Kimes, Vallejo Ferguson . Bookstore Manager — James E. McRae; Assistant — E. Lyie Goss . Football — James Phelan, C. R. Wilcox . Freshman Football — Ralph Welch, D. V. Graves . Basketball and Track — C. S. Edmundson . Baseball, Freshman Basketboll — D. V. Graves . Crew — Alvin Ulbrickson; Assistants — Robert Moch, Walter Rainey . Tennis and Swimming — Jock Torney . Boxing — Norman Kunde . Wrestling — Leon- ard Stevens . Rlflery — Captain E. M. Gregory, Cap- tain George Dougherty . Fencing — August Auern- heimer . Trainer — Earl F. Clark . Property Manager — Jock Paque . Athletic Team Physician, Surgeon — Dr. Donald Palmer. 120 Board of Control Members: President — Nat Washing- ton . Vice-President — Bert Anshutz . Secretaries — Nancy Erdahl, Charlotte Wright . Graduate Repre- sentative — Roy Malone . Senior Representatives — Bob Green, Charles Padelford . Junior Representatives — Billy Parker, Gus Asplund . Sophomore Represen- tative — tHarry d ' Evers . A.W.S. Representative — Beth Fltton . Faculty Representatives — hiarry J. Mclntyre, Carl Dakan, Byron Christian . Alumni Representatives — Robert McDonald, Irving Clark. Months of asking " Do you really think I could get it? " . . . modestly wondering how the campus will take your decision to run . . . " I ' ll be personally respon- sible for passing the new Constitution " . . . " If only I could give out some of Jimmy Cain ' s gum " . . . the first meeting around the impressive board of regents ' table ... " I move that Polly Tician be seated as new sophomo re representative " — a big shot at lost . . . much discussion, no power . . . girls who think Charley horses ore used in limbering up muscles passing on letter awards . . . more discussion and less power . . . " Why didn ' t you tell me this was only a popularity contest? " TOP: Anshutz, Asplund, d ' Evers, Erdahl, Fit rT BOTTOM: Green, Malone, Padelford, Parker, Wright. 121 Hoi man. Dresslar. Cook, Condon. Llston, Torkelson, Robbins. Droper Spicer. Ward, Wernecke. Student -d alu Faculty Members: Professoi ' Edgar Draper . Miss Martha E. Dresslar . Protessor Bryan McMinn . Professor Grant I. Butterbaugh . Miss Mary I. Bash . Dean hierbert T. Condon. S+udent Mem- bers: Don Cook . Catherine Coroher . Harriet Holman . Clyde Doran . Milton Porter . Claire Wernecke . Nat Washington . Beth Fitton . Kate Robbins . Eriing Torkelson . Mildred Maule. Vi tew lytive 1936 Team Captains: Jack Knappenberger . Walter Lunsford . Hank Greeley . James Bennett . Wins- low Brooks . Robert Rainey . Bob Moch . Jack Medico . Bob Lund . Don Lazarevich . Miner Baker. Team Secretaries: Doris Hemrich . Eileen Brandt . Nancy Erdohl . Virginia Hoskins . Mary Bonnlck . Bobbie Arnell . Eva Marie Farley . Eleanor Huot . Dorothy Crockett. First Row: Kinkaid, Klinker, Fifton, Plomondon, McMillin. Second Row: Schoch, Hill. Podelfoi ' d, Loew. First Row: Brandt, Goetz, Clav son, Weiner. Second Row: Wondell, Rolle, Frolich. Third Row: Morry, Gruger, Lonctot, Doron, Bryce. Livesey. £.lection6 Committee General Chairman — George Morry. Committee: Kay Betts . Stuart Blum . Mary Jane Brown . Clyde Doran . Shirley Frolich . George Gruger . Bill KIrschner . Chuck Livesey . John McKeehan . Larry Newlands . Margaret Rolle . Ann Ryan . Eriing Torkelson . Marion Wandell . Virginia Weiner . Alec Bryce . Bernard Lonctot. 122 •lilqli ckool Jlead[et5 Conference Chairman — Emei ' y Colkett . Secre- tary — Margaret Synnesfvedt . Treasurer — Rob- = rt Massar . Committee Chairmen: Mary Jane Brown . Margaret Campbell . Ronald Van Stockum . Virginia Champney . Hubert Sandoz . Jean Cowie . Rose Catherine Earley . Virginia Aetzel . Wylie Hemphill . Gus Asplund . William Hanum . Alice Hunt . William Love . Frank Meredith. fomecomim Chairman — Jim Eastwood . Executive Secretary — Mira Moll . Publicity — Murray Morgan . Dance — Sally Bonner and Gordon Gabie . Wel- come Committee — Bettie Munger, Stan Youngs . Alumni Dinner — Zeph Lone, Dorothy Seamans . Mixer — Jock Galbraith . Signs — Bill Parker, Vir- ginia Kesling . Denny Service — Helen Poe . A.S.U.W. Sign Committee — Francis Bergerson, Larry Mcintosh. TiQikman WqqIc Committee: Dean of Men — Herbert T. Wunder- lich . General Student Chairman — Dick Reed . A.W.S. Chairman — Morylaird Small . W-Key Chairman — Alice Ogden . Mixer and Rallies — Horace McClure. Frederickson, Colkett, CowIe, Stockum, Asplund. Hemphill. Seamans, Porker. Munger, Bei-gerson. Small, Reed, Ogden. 123 ' PancQ tama A member of the lody jury, Lucille Feist, was a laughing matter in the " Justice " scenes. Realistic . . . fantastic . . . interpretive . . . rhythmic . . . twenty-five lithe figures bend themselves to o stirring, power- ful portrayal of American themes and contemporary life . . . the dance drama . . . beautiful . . . descriptive . . . versions of life and its complexities . . . the workers . . . calamity . . . religious idiosyncracies . . . justice . . . diversion . . . the dancers bring them all to an entranced audience . . . four nights they dance . . . the women ' s gymnasium transformed into an intimate, softly lighted penthouse . . . music that beats out the very soul of the dance . . . impressionistic . . . powerful . . . modern. HaLUt Moo5Q A line of lunging lettermen with rose petals for shoulder pads . . . from caps and gowns to " Hey Babe " in one number . . . Tyee theme . . . three hit songs by Alvin Schneider . . . tug of war fast- ening two hula skirts on each " mooser " . . . the exotic, authentic, tropical " Goona Goo " . . . the audience collectively astounded by such changes from masculinity to daintiness . . . the Theto Chi Playboys going to town on the piano. . . . CommH-tee: Co-Managers — Peggy Stiley . Dick hHart . Junior Managers — Gus Asplund . Dick Everett . Ken Cox . Publicity — Don Oman . Mary Jane Johnson . Tryouts — Dick Johnson . Mira Moll . Rehearsals — Dick Everett. Betty Mae Her . Jean Ruggles . John Honnum . Dance Directors — Eileen Brandt . Mary Kay Rohrer . Programs — Jock hlollenbeck . Norma Kubley . Tickets — Paul Plamondon . Charles Larrowe . Mary Jane Brown . Dorothy Steele-Show . Stage and Properties Manager — Bernard Lanctot. The ADPi and DG chorus augment Ed Palmason ' s beautiful rendition of the original " You on the Campus " by Al Schneider. nmi t % t r The " Sleeping Beauty, " directed by Irene Phillips and dialogue b Eugene Elliott. Wotlc ltop ] Laij6 The Freshmen get their chance on the boards of the Studio Theater in one-act plays . . . two hundred and fifty putting their oil into cold black lines at try-outs . . . hoping to be chosen . . . future Frances Farmers . . . she played in the Studio . . . who can tell? . . . many graduated to regular roles in the Studio and Penthouse . . . seniors and graduates getting a fling at directing . . . Workshop Ploys — the stamping grounds of experience . . . student Valentine Stonjal- sky sees one of her plays produced. J uppcttu The curtain falls . . . strings are given a few twisted quirks . . . the face moves ... it is attached to a loose-jointed, high stepping figure . . . another doll-faced figure glides into the stage . . . the puppets ore enacting " Aladdin " . . . hundreds of intrigued children gaze wonder- ingly . . . more strings ... a shift of scenes . . . and the puppeteers are presenting " Peter Rab- bit " . . . the puppets are popular . . . the puppeteers ore successful . . . finis. F Above the rabbits in " Peter Rabbit " ore string-pullers Patricio Scott, Nona Fowcett, Mary Millington, Ruby March, Jean Crawford, and Tom Potts. n iifi Jl JStudilo Vjn. o ' - ' - t ' ' CooP = ' v.-.e d y t i z Unl-koim Popular demand for its Initial offering, " Girls in Unifoi-m, " kept the Studio Theatre open through September for the first time In its history. Ruth Byrne played the sensitive Manuela, one of the bewildered adolescents in the German girls ' school, who at last takes her life. Elsie Cooper was memorable as the iron-willed head-misteress and Elizabeth Botsford sympathetically portrayed the gentle Froulein von Bernburg, an instructress, who at last rebels against the school ' s harsh discipline. 4i VoU ' i 4 ouie Mature acting made this difficult Ibsen drama one of the most appreci- ated Studio offerings of the season. Beth Loeffler portrayed the capricious child- like Nora, wife of the smug Torvold, played by Kienert Wolff. Adoring her husband blindly, Nora at last awakens to maturity and comprehension when her doll ' s house of only apparent security is seriously threatened. Elizabeth Bofsford, Elizabeth Loeffler, Robert Gray, Laura McCiure, and Keinert Wolff in The Doll ' s House. 126 nm lUHiiLuiuuouuein eatet " ' ' " Ore, T _$%e Stoop5 to OntLUQt For two centuries audiences have been laughing at Oliver Goldsmith ' s classic farce and university players have imbued this satire on provincial English gentlefolk with all its original robust humor. Tom Potts was the bashful Marlow and Rollin Neibauer his friend, hlastings, who is largely responsible for the complicated chain of events in the old manor Marlow believes to be an inn. John Goodwin ploys the fat son of the house and is consistently Impudent. Emily Hull and Janet Waldo ore the two young ladies who win the hearts of the young London dandles. Jean Douglas, Daniel Elmore, Margaret Douglas, Tom Potts. Laui ' o McClure, Jean Rosen, John Goodwin, and Lucille Feist. Probably the most ambitious attempt of the season, Chekhov ' s deeply signif- icant " Cherry Orchard " gave Studio audiences a memorable play Interpreted by on excellent cost. Jean Douglas plays with moving sincerity the Russian gentlewoman be- wildered by the turn of events which foreshadows the end of her kind. Her ancestral lands are sold to a wealthy peasant, played by Rollin Neibauer, and her daughter turns toward the new life for Russia, guided by a young student. Edwin Nelson does on almost flawless character portrayal of the ancient volet, symbolic of the passing order, old, out- worn and little mourned. Mm m S5 Jladlei on ike Qutu. . . Undispu+edly one of the most suc- cessful of the season ' s comedies, Ladies of the Jury, clicked from its opening line and gave every actor in the cost a chance to do his best. He did it. Eleven members of the jury ore con- vinced that the beautiful woman on trial Is guilty of murder. Clever, diplomatic Mrs. Livingston Baldwin Crane, played by Billie Barnes, was the dissenter who wins the eleven to her side by various means. Jack Finch was the foreman and Mar- garet Douglas, an old moid with a dusty mind who held out stubbornly to the last. J ettlcoat ret ' r . . . A wireless operator, Rollin Neibauer, isolated in a Labrador winter, fumes with disgust that his youth had, com- paratively, been so misspent with con- vention. Then visitors drop in literolly from the skies. First, Valerie Ellis with her fiance. Sir James Fenton, a righteous English- man, uproariously played by James Gentry. They ore on their way to be married and Neibauer does his best to delay them. Then Charlotte Field, the wireless operator ' s old flame who had jilted him two years before appears, determined to marry him and his brand new legacy. handle- lakt, . . Smooth, sophisticated, light, this Viennese force was the first on the Pent- house program lost fall. The inevitable complications result when R. Stevenson Brown in the role of Josef, valet to a young prince, played by G. Charles Diets, impersonates his master. The prince discovers the decep- tion, good-naturedly falls in with it so that Josef may have his one evening with the duchess — who turns out to be a moid. TOP: Williom Russell stands guard while Robert Gray delivers his message to the jui ' y. MIDDLE: Valerie Ellis, Rollin Neibouer, James Gentry in " Petticoat Fever. " BOTTOM: Rosonne Coyle, R. Stevenson Brown, Deits in " Condle-Liqht. " Ellentine McClure, and G. Charles v mBmi wwaaiKwmmwam Aeatet Crackling dialogue sped this hilarious otire along to the full-blown climax that 3ft its audience weak with laughter. Principally responsible were Betty Kennedy as the amorous Hollywood ictress, Carol Arden, Bob Gray as her ynical manager, and Margaret Doug- hs in the role of cryptic Aunt Kate. The actress, on a personal appeor- ince tour, stops over at on old house in ' ennsylvonia, is reconciled to the delay hen she sees Bud, played by Chuck ■lynn, a local innocent. But Bud has a |irl friend with other plans for him. Good Aiotnina . . . Johnny Powell, played by Joe Brother- on, returns from a brief trip to find in lis apartment the remains of a scaven- jer party. It appeors on uninhibited riend hod found the key and given the )arty. Mr. Minnie is one of the remains, lack Finch delighted the audience with lis interpretation of this timid " Casper. " There are, it develops, other remains —a pair of woolies, on actress ' slipper, hree singing sisters and a Cuban pres- dent. Marjorie MocGregor, the actress, ;omes to the apartment to reclaim her lipper and join in the developments. f cLin (Joodlfue The successful young playwright, Jlxby (hHugh Purcell), on lecture tour, voke up in a Cleveland hotel and an- lounced to his more-than-a-secretary, jusy at her typewriter, that it was just ike every other city. But Cleveland wasn ' t. An old college lame bewildered Bixby by throwing lerself into his arms. She told him that, jithough married, she hod not " for- gotten. " And Bixby, remembering, found ler a not unpleasant armful. The secretary was played by Rose Mtose. Jack Finch as the amiable hus- band of the romantic lady, was almost mpersonally interested in getting one ook at the unimpeachable Bixby. TOP: Betty Kennedy ond Choi-les Flynn in o touching scene trom " Personal Appear- ance. " MIDDLE: Billie Barnes. Joseph Brothertor, Hermie Herron, ond Hugh Purcell In " Good Morning! " BOTTOM: Behind the scenes with the Ladles of the Jury, putting on their make-up. 129 I ' l.4 umpkonu CytcltQ5tta Violins — Barbara Ahrens . Robert Anderson . Elaine Baer . Josephine Baker . Inez Mae Crabtree . Evelyn Crown . Grace Doskocil . Bornett Elster . Jack Erickson . Josephine Ford . Verna hHibbard . Fannie Horowitz . Genevieve Jordan . Joanne Montgomery . Lucille Noylor . Phyllis Olson . Catherine Orth . Victor Polmason . Elizabeth Rydner . Jean Rankin . Henry Simonson . Ronald Taylor . Sachiko Teshirogi . Harold Vi helon. Violas — Jean Adair . Daniel Backman . Bob Dezell . Charles Easton . Frances Keeney. Cellos — Jane Berkey . Barbara Ellis . Polly Clifford . Margaret Klein . Petronella Renting. Bass — Leslie Curtiss . Morjorie Johnson . George Kumpf . Lawrence Odie . C. Webb. Flutes — Keitha Barley . Jean Beidleman . Eileen Peck. Oboes — Margaret Allen . Myron Swarm . Charles V akelee. Clarinets — Paul Allen . Paul Lover . Robert Tomlinson. Bassoon — Lloyd Hildebrand. Trumpets — Edward Krenz . Edward McDowell . Alan Manning. Horns — Carl Jangford . Bond Seltzer . Anno Solberg. Trombone — W. Bird. Harps — Voltaire Brodine . Eleanor Perrigo. Drums — Richard Foster. Seven one-half hour radio broadcasts and the Pontiac show . . . double duty: keeping one ' s skirt down and playing the cello . . . 100% turnouts before programs and 10 appear the day after . . . the High School Music Institute good rushing for the University — five weeks in the summer and many register here in the fall . . . varied attempts to recruit violinists . . . Prof. Kirschner listens in the bock (trying to get the layman ' s angle) while Harold VV ' helan, student leader, directs . . . dual role of director and cello instructor for Prof. Kirschner . . . " It may be an activity for you, but It means credits on my grade cord " . . . furtive tuning of the A strings between pieces . . . " How often must I tell you that the Symphony Orchestra and the Bond are two different things? " 130 ' niBiii tr l ' The University Band in parade at the Tournament ot Roses ot Posaaeno. Unii et3itu EancL Walter C. Welke — Director . Vernon Jackson — Student Director . John Snyder — Drum Major . J. Raymond Ryan — Manager . C. Harvey Jackins — President B and W Club . Helen Bassetti — Drum Majoress. Flutes and Piccolos — Joseph McAndrew . Philip Magnusson . Wendell Smith . Howard Waldron . Frank Westfall . Harold Wheat. Oboes — Norman Benno . Myron Swarm. Bassoons — John Bell . George Cornahan . Lloyd Hildebrand . Lorris West. Clarinets — Leonard Carlson . Earl Peterson . Clayton Nordstrom . Bernard Anderson . Eina Anttillc . Edwin Axlen . Howard Browne . James Buzzard . Frank Curry . Homer Curtis . Harold Jenseth . Paul Lauer . Roland Loomis . Robert Mayo . Howard Mendenhall . Carl Nelson . Edwin Niska . Bruce Persing . Warren Ploeger . Jack R. Ryon . Robert Shepherd . Dole Sheckles . John Schuyten . Gordon Schuck . Robert Sieg . David Tayior . Robert Tomlinson . Vern Von Orman . Max Vaughn . Marion Walters . Richard Welch. Saxophones — Charles Bennett . Louis Berry . Frank Main . Francis Adderson . Max Klingbell . Jock Haag . Andy Johnson. Cornets and Trumpets — William Branigin . Donald Casey . Jack Derrig . Robert Draper . Lyie Dunstan . Raymond Guernsey . Leiand Hoggerty . William Jackson . Edward Krenz . Jock King . Calvin Lantz . Edward McDowell . Alan Manning . Clyde Pooser . James Repp . Randall Rockhill . Burpee Stevens . Henry Uhlond . William Welch . John Werts. French Horns — Ridgley, Bird . Vernon Jackson . Bond Seltzer . Carl Jangord . William Barber . Charles Easton . Wayne Rosenoff . Chester Henderson. Trombones — Clinton Atkinson . David Baskerville . Kenneth Cloud . Willis Harmon . Joseph Harrison . Harvey Jackins . Joseph Kirch . Dale Lewis . Wells Meyers . George Parant . Arthur Sinclair . Dean Thompson . William Yoke. Baritones — Lewis Armstrong . Gardill Ehmer . William Henderson . Austin Kimball . James Lo thus . Robert McKinnon . Robert Thompson . Cecil Tice . Thomas Willis. Basses — Charles Adams . Richard Corrington . Ferdinand Hendrickson . George Kumpf . Orville Martin . Robert Moore . Harold Neuman . Lawrence Odie . Eugene Shanafelt . Peter Vogel . Evold Wentjar. Percussion — Elwood Arneson . Daniel Bachman . Philip Bier Paul Cripe . Richard Foster . James Haddon . Earl Harrison . Robert Keyser . Irving Miller . Leo Miller . William Morris . Herbert Pound . John Thomas . Fritz Wedeberg. 131 " i U omen 6 GLqq LuIx BACK ROW: Thomas, Hatch, hiansel, Moyo, Rolls, Westergaard, Craig, Ewald, hlorrison, Mitchell, Bebb, Berg, Ellis, La Montagne. Low- mon, Anderson, Calhoun. MIDDLE ROW: Borg, Sackett, Gray, Swenholt, hloeffler, Lenhart, Donaghue, Fornia, Burrus. FRONT ROW: Randall, Wendrow, Harris, Christiansen, Ranesey, Oliver, Stokke, Terry. Meni gUe (2U r M -..Si. _, _ i " Iff ' .-t. . . ' , -S If .rr BACK ROW: Thorsteinson, Countryman, Hutchinson, Bennett, Elliott, Pearson, Petterson, Sundvald, Locey, Long, Palmer. MIDDLE ROW: Siegel, Wernecke, McPherson, Rein, Lundberg, Maloy, Bowen, Stewort, Erickson, McPhoden, Denby. FRONT ROW: Coto, Broadbrooks, Ryan, Hallett, Wells. Starr, Anderson, Schmidt, Sharp, Lamug. HUM nadi The " New Frontier ' s " cast in rehearsal: Nancy Ta4t. Al Turner, Ken Day. Jim Klesllng, Janet Patten, and Don Fife, announcer. Student AiaitaaQt6 A.S.U.W. Student Managers: Football — Bill Thompson . Crew — Charles Podel- ford . Basketball — John Marshall . Base- ball—Mike Bird . Track— Bill Sender . Minor Sports — John McKeehan . Fresh- man Football — BernieLonctot . Freshman Baseball — Al Hulbert . Freshman Track — Kit Steele . Minor Sports — Al Porte- guese . Intramurals — Bill Leahy . Tyee Business Manager — Jock Galbraith . Columns Business Manager — Don Oman . Women ' s Senior Debate — Barbara Jones . Women ' s Junior Debate — Evelyn LaMotte ' . Women ' s Sophomore Debate — Nona Fumerton . Men ' s Debate — Keith McCoy . Men ' s Freshman Debate — Bill Ludwig . Women ' s RIflery — Bar- bara Clement . Men ' s Ritlery — Tony Lloyd . Band Manager — Jack Ryan. In the basement of Meany hHoll four rooms . . . office, laboratory, control room, broadcasting studio . . . that ' s university radio . . . programs average four weekly to outside stations in Seattle, Tacoma, Olympic . . . manager and technical director Philip A. Jocobsen working to perfect state-wide educational broadcast- ing system . . . outstanding entertainment program was program director Tom hierbert ' s " New Frontiers " . . . Doug Billmeyer writes publicity squibs about new voices on the ether. First Row: Bird, Boley, Clement. Fumerton. Second Row: Gal- braith, Hulbert. Jones, LoMotte. Third Row: Leahy, Lloyd, Lonctot, Ludwig, Fourth Row: McCoy. McKeehan, Marshall, Oman. Fifth Row: Podelford, Porteguese. Ryan, Sander. Sixth Row: Steele, Thompson. m m 133 Men 5 l at5ittf ' Pelrate ' ri ' i - W Men ' s Debate— FRONT ROW: Guin, Fronzke, Orr, Lyon, Cruicher. BACK ROW: Olson, Cox, Poul, Zettel, McCoy, Pottratz, Jones, Armstrong. Worthy opponents . . . demonstrating the prob- lem solving method of debate up and down the coast . . . we should hove minimum wage laws . . . we should not have minimum wage laws . . . debate teams uphold the dignity of the University ... no decisions . . . work . . . hard work . . . traveling . . . arguing . . . Washington ' s debaters score again. Men ' s Debate Team: Lewis Armstrong . Malcolm Clark . Kenneth Cox . Bayard Crutcher . James Deaver . Joel Guin . Bradley Jones . Burton Lyon . Keith McCoy . Karl Olson . Dennis Pottratz . Fred- erick Paul . Raymond Royal . Hubert Sondoz . Don- ald Watson . Robert Webber . Robert Wheat . Richard Zettel. l4 omen 6 ' elrate Women ' s Debate Team: Eleanor Baker . Margaret Bushnell . Dorothy Driftmier . Lillian Eberhart . Nona Fumerton . Patricia FHagman . Claire hlolcomb . Barbara Jones . Margaret LaMon- tagne . Evelyn LaMotte . Eleanor Larsen . June Mc- Cormick . Beth Mayo . Rebecca Merrick . Gerald- Ine Salkin . Ruth Solkin . Renle Staton . Wonda Taylor. Women ' s Debate — SEATED: Hogmon, Stoton. Bushnell, LaMotte, Jones, Mayo, Baker. McCormick, Holcomb. Driftmier, Larsen. STANDING: Taylor, Merrick. Hill, G. Salkin. Fumerton, R. Salkin, Eberhart. 134 UUNII mn mBm mBB mmr TtQ5ltman ' QlfatQ Freshman Debate Team: Bernard Collier . James Dawson . David Hartsuck . Herioert Isbin . Paul Jacobus . Gerald Little . William Ludwig . Donald Pearson . John Steiner . Eugene Weber . Ben Westmoreland . James Zilka. Freshmon Debate: Steiner, Jacobus, Collier, Hartsuck, Windesheim, Little, Westmoreland. Dowson. ' ebatQ oackQ5 Debate Coaches: Men ' s Varsity — Albert L. Fronzke . Men ' s Freshman — Karl Al- bert Windesheim . Women ' s Debote — Mrs. Naomi H. Hill . Director — Frederick Orr. Debate Coaches: Mrs. Naomi Hill. Korl Windesheim, Frederick Orr, A. L. Fronzke. II Dove Shonohon ond togee moneuver pas« the Stop and Go sign ot the Adelphi " Trof- tic mixer. " 2. A comic monologue by Shirley Soy. Theto leshmon entionces listeners at AWS Guest Night in Koppo Delt house. for the ADPi costume party. De mdl is Jone ear. 4. Sweet swing notes dot the wall of the first mformol held in Blaine Hall. 5. Just another stunt that helped the Engi- neers strike it rich ai their " Midnight Oil " infonnal. 6. The night is young silver moonbeams What, no women ?l s H O T S O F S H O T S S H O T B Y S L E U T H I N G S H O T S Il ? it I Hiiobeth Johnson, lew O pledge, tokes odvon- iage of Hello Oaf io do a liHle hero-worshippmg and By Haines cotehes on quick. I 2. Time out at the ' Varsity Ball while Mary Jane Johnson and Mike Bird, right, ask Manon Felt 1 and Betty Buchner how it feels to be olums. 3. Pete Tegtmeier, John McBurney and A " d e« Jackson Kidd show how it should hove been done it Pasadena. I 4. Now. Eddie (Block is the name), you wouldn ' t let o little snowball get you.down would you 5. Slurp, slurp, and the spaghetti slithers down in noting flot-and the crowd looks hungnl, on. 6. The winnoh! So Frank Olmstead who got his troining at the Delt table, goes to the Jun.or Prom on the house. A -football scoreboard announces the dances. Secretary Virginia Aetzel and Chairman Emery Colkett. l at5itif Salt Rose Bowl fever . . . the Civic Auditorium turned into a colorful stadium . . . dancers . . . Center Case . . . really good punch . . . orchids . . . sparkling sequins and tuxes . . . Chairman Colkett celebrating his v ork done . . . the usual Oval Club pledging . . . swing skirts . . . many balloons being torn down, many more arriving too late to be put up . . . enough people to make money, not enough to step on. Committee: Chairman — Emery Colkett . General Secretary — Virginia Aetzel . Tickets — Bob Green . Bob Stauff . Wanda Taylor . Publicity — Don Oman . Max Holsinger . Peggy Froser . Decorations — Bill Pritchard . Chuck Wright . Margaret Kubley . Pro- grams — Frances Leslie . Ray Royal . Kay O ' Shea . Entertainment — Virginia Varnell . George Morry . Betty Lou Monley . Novelties — Gus Asplund . Eunice Bloney . Refreshments — Chuck Livesey . Mary hlunt . Barbara FHorrocks . Arrangements — Bob Enloe . Dick Everett . Betty Meochom . Invitations — Virginia Kel- logg . Bob Knappenberger . Vivian Potter . Patrons and Patronesses — Mary Bannick . Bill Sheffield . Janet Chapin. 138 i Chairman Horace Wlltcmuth. Elizabeth Van Fleet, Mimi Lilygren, Queen Grace Miller, Eleanor Winge, Beverly Rolin, and Jock White, publicity chairman. adet SaU i i A royal arch of crossed sabers . . . Queen Grace Miller making her entrance . . . " Army Air Corps " idea . . . annual Scabbard and Blade military formal . . . April 2 at Civic Auditorium ... an engraved saber given as royal favor to Queen . . . four miniature sabers presented to princess court ... 38 men pledged to the advanced military honorary . . . miniature airplane suspended from ceiling . . . machine guns aimed at dancers from strategic spots . . . Grand March lasting for half an hour . . . confused lone mole bolting from the line insisting, " all my friends are going that way " . . . taped and cellophoned model airplanes taken home by souvenir hunters . . . first Cadet Ball in sev- eral years to approximate financial success. Committee: Chairman — hiarris Wiitomuth . Assistant Chairman — Horace McClure . Executive Secretary — Regina Herman . Business Manager — Lloyd Brauer; Betty Buckmaster, Secretary . Publicity — Jack White; Sue Allen, Secretary . Arrangements — George Ben- nett; Martha Burkhart, Secretary . Decorations — Cecil Mason and Curtis Wienker; Mary Bannick, Secretary . Honor Guests — Jack Dodds; Nancy Emerson, Secre- tary . Reception — Dick Million: Anne McLeish, Secre- tary . Refreshments — Duone Cosper; Elizabeth Ness, Secretary . Master of Ceremonies — Horace McClure . Cadet Boll Queen — Grace Miller . Court: Miriam Lilygren . Elizabeth Von Fleet . Beverly Rolin . Eleanor Winge. ToU Choir.-non Phyllis Klinker The men ' s night o howl . . . girls wait nervously in " fraternity reception rooms . . . flimsy evening bogs bulge with the necessities of mosculine vanity . . . gallant women . . . coy men . . . Joe College and Betty Coed ploy turn about on the night of February 5 . . . she owed it to him . . . she asked her exchange dote . . . she took her secret sorrow . . . droopy girls with handsome men — anything for a Tolo bid . . . Archie Loveland and Center Cose . . . sweet music . . . swing music . . . dream music . . . men see how they rate with every dance out . . . many couples ending the evening at small roodhouses to do their dancing for the evening . . . black suede programs dangling from 700 wrists . . . Smart boy: " Please don ' t moke me kiss you because I ' ve only been out with you 20 times " . . . Mortar Board members gloating over attendance. Committee: Chairman — Phyllis Klinker . Tickets — Barbara Jones, Ruth Van Arsdale . Patrons and Patronesses — Charlotte Fitton . Programs — Claire Wernecke . Publicity — Doris Mcllroy . Entertainment — Valerie Ellis . Mortar Board Dinner — Virginia Kellogg . House Dinners — Wanda Taylor . Posters — Leah Hay- ward. 140 jSptina Spott5 J tom Chalrmon Worren Dooliftle coming from o sports prom meeting with Laura Spencer, honor guests chairmon. Swinging with the Dean of it . . . Ben Pollack and his big-time orchestra and a big time for the guests . . . " Oh, I didn ' t mean to get your white shoes dirty " . . . garden setting and flowers on May 14 . . . crisp white linen against crisp white linen . . . " But we can ' t miss this — you know how rarely these famous maestros come here " . . . spring prints really in . . . fellows gloat- ing over not wearing tuxes and turning around from the neck up at every opportunity . . . couples with a pin in common — others breaking up . . . " Congratula- tions, Doolittle! " Committee: Chairman — Worren Doolittle . Business Manager — John Kopet; Mary Millington, assistant . Assistant Chairman — hienry Rosenberg . Executive Secretaries — Borbara Horrocks, Virginia Kesling Publicity — Morton Lachman, chairman; Jane Patten, assistant; Mary Ellen McElroy, secretary . Tickets — hlorace McClure, chairman; George Gruger, Al Evans, assistants; Betty Plant, secretary . Decorations — Bob Knappenberger, chairman; Bob Keller, Erie hlorswill, assistants; Jean Ross, secretary . hlonor Guests — Laura Spencer, chairman; Owen hienry, assistant; Mary Hunt, secretary . Program — Chan Thomas, chairman; Bruce Whitehouse, assistant; Eileen Brandt, secretary . Arrangements — Jim Crick, chairman; Orven Fisch- bach, assistant; Kay Livesey, secretary . Refreshments — Betty Adams, chairman; Penny Purcell, assistant; Betty Jane Thomas, secretary . Entertainment — Mono Firnstahl, chairman; Don Ryan, assistant; Nona Fumer- fon, secretary. £n meet 6 ■M otmak Burning the hours of " Midnight Oil " . . . February 12 at Senator ballroom . . . lower campus sees bright lights . . . the steady pump of a huge oil derrick . . . more than 500 couples helping bring in the " gusher " . . . tiny oil cans tied with purple silk cord about arms of coeds . . . door prize of a 10-pound anchor . . . miniature slide rules calculating dance numbers on pro- grams . . . publicity keeping campus agog . . . derrick erected overnight in front of the library . . . medicine man selling bottles of midnight oil on the campus . . . being chased by the farmer and his daughter. Commiftee: General Chairman — Earl Sutherland . Assistants — Warren Philbrick and Gordon Ingman . Secretary — Betty Meocham . Tickets and Programs — Grant Hansen . Novelties — Robert Hage . Entertain- ment — Vinton Clark . Decorations — Hubert Wilson . Guests — Willa Wilcox . Publicity — Robert Foster . Announcements — Betty Buckmaster. y.w.e.-G. iy4ii Stcak ait A morning at the Opera . . . two waffles please . . . this donee? ... a little Dutch girl to serve you ... a Japanese nipponese to dance with you ... a cocky sailor to amuse you . . . and a Spanish senorita to intrigue you . . . four different operas in one morning . . . the waffle breakfast heralds a new waffle cham- pion . . . music . . . people . . . dancers . . . out of the weather for a cozy breakfast . . . and coffee for two. Committee: Chairman — Eleanor Monkey . Decorations — Ellen McComb; assistant, Har- riet Holmon . Arrangements — Margaret Wil- son: assistant, Helen Hall . Hostesses — Vivian Freelund; assistant, Kate Robblns . Cashiers — Jane Ebrlght; assistant, Zola Rice . Servers — Dorothy Johnson . Transportation — Margaret Huntoon; assistant, Ruth Mary Larson . Pub- licity — Mary Jane Johnson: assistant, Roberta Tickets — Bette Campbell. Aud rey Eleanor Monkey, and Jeon McDonald. 142 Mdttlx lal U All the collective activity coeds from the junloi- and senior classes . . . Theta Sigma Phi ' s big affair . . . the clatter of horse and buggy . . . delivering invitations . . . anxious eyes peering out windows . . . reward at the Olympic on May 17. Invited were: Virginia Aetzel . Nada Ahrens . Bobbie Arneil . Peggy Arneson . Mary Bannlck . Eunice Blaney . Barbara Borheck . Virginia Ann Bowden . Elsie Buckmon . Margaret Burrus . Margaret Bushneil . Bette Campbell . Margaret Campbell . Catherine Coroher . Florence Carlson . Betty Clawson . Barbara Clement . Ruby Coates . Jean Cowie . Rena Cox . Betty Davidson . Jean Douglas . Margaret Douglas . Kay Duffy . Margery Durham . Jean Dyer . Jane Ebright . Ruth Ekdahl . Valerie Ellis . Jane Embury . Nancy Erdahl . Margaret Featherstone . Beth Fitton . Charlotte Fitton . Edyth Freeman . Leah Hayward . Doris Hemrick . hHarriet FHolman . Morion Hood . Barbara Horrocks . Joyce Hulbush . Jeanne Hummer . Eleanor Huot . Margaret Huntoon . Annabel Izzard . Ruth Johnson . Barbara Jones . Virginia Kellogg . Eleanor Kinkaid . Leah Kirkland . Phyllis Klinker . Evelyn LaMotte . Ruth Mary Lorsen . Alice Levy . Frances Lew . Rose Lunn . Kay Madden . Eleanor Monkey . Byrdette Mason . Mildred Moule . Emma Maury . Ann McCabe . Ellentine McClure . Ellen McComb . Jean McDonald . Betty Meacham . Mira Moll . Mlchiko Morita . Margaret Odell . Alice Ogden . Irene Olson . Ruby Ostermon . Yvonne Pender- gast . Helen Poe . Bronwen Pratt . Kate Robbins . Margery Robinson . Mary Kay Rohrer . Jean Ross . Elena Sbedico . Mary Scommell . Eva May Scatchard . Roberta Schumann . Adele Schunke . Marylaird Small . Peggy Stiley . Willomoy Strand- berg . Betty Strehlau . Fritzi Swanson . Peggy Synnestvedt . Wanda Taylor . Essey Tucker . Ruth Van Arsdale . Esther War- ner . Claire Wernecke . Margaret Wilson . Margaret J. Wilson . Jean Wingate . Gertrude Wood . Charlotte Wright. Chairman Belsy Gormley and Barbara Crowder m ■fi.W.S. ckolaultiKi San uet If eating can be done intelligently, they must have done it . . . representatives from every scholarship honorary and professional . . . red decorations . . . good suggestions from Dr. Jennie Rowntree . . . Ruby Ostermon, Nona Fumerton, and Jean Coon looking surprised but radiant upon being announced award winners . . . the cream of campus intellectuals going home well-fed. Committee: General Chairman — Peggy Arneson . Assistant — Elizabeth Van Fleet . Invitations — Betty Belle Morrison, chairman . Place Cards — Mary Webb, chairman . Publicity — Marjorie Shields, chairman . Patronesses — Kate Robbins, chairman . Award Interviews — Marian Curtin, chairman. Nona Fumer+on. Jean Coon, and Ruby Ostermon, (43 ' 7 ' I. There warn ' + no horses lef so F the verso+Ile DG ' s go piggy- , bock: Donna Rue Teo+s on Jane Porter, Jo Jeffers on Mary Jone McDonald, Peggy Jean Swick on Peggy Hogue. Comille Ness on Lois Jones. 2. Jack Callahan, Jane Emerson, and Warren Doolittle at the Flagstad Concei-t. 3. No, that ' s not an entrant In the I Squedunk County hog-collIng |! contest, it ' s Jane Embury, Pan- ' hellenic prexy, and her un- quenchable sense of humor. 4. A. W. S. corsage sellers tackle anothe r victim. 5. The president of A.W.S.. Beth Fitton, as Washington ' s Rose Bowl queen. 6. Sunset and Harriet Giske. D E D I C A T E D T O T H E W O M E N I B L E S S E M ■(iiioclated Women Stuaenti f Am 1 1 Y PN 1 f . L C: First Row: Arneson Be laire Sec- ond Row: Bowden, Carter. Third Row : Freeman. H Ibush. Fourth Row : Poe, Robblns. Fifth Row: Shie Ids, Strehlau. S xth Row Tay- lor, Wernecke. Seventh Row Wil- son, Wood 147 Executive Board: Graduate Manager — Helen Gor- ham; Assistant, Ruth Howe . President — Beth Fitton . Vice-President — Marylaird Small . Secretary — Jean Wingate . Treasurer — Betty Davidson . Executive Chairman — Jeanne Hummer. Council Chairmen: Activities — Wanda Taylor, Adele Schunke . Candy — Joyce Hulbush . Confidential Files — Edy+h Freeman . Guest Nights — Gertrude Wood . " It Is Done " — Betty Strehlau . Publicity — Marjorie Shields . Point System — Virginia Ann Bowden . Office Managers — Jean Carter . Scrap Books — Lorene Bel- olre . Scholarship — Peggy Arneson . Social — Kate Robbins . Standards — Claire Wernecke . Big Sister — Helen Poe. Top: Beth Fitton. Middle: David- son. Hummer. Bottom: Small, Win- gate. " New Deal " in activities and hundreds sign up at the freshman tea . . . Beth Fitton twinkling at new mem- bers . . . the short boy tries to lead her and the tall girl has a left-over look — the result of a poor-judge-of- distances by guest night hostess . . . Helen Gorham — nice and busy and busy but nice . . . mourning over a needed tea service . . . " Our goal is standards, not rules " . . . every kind of friendship medium a new girl could possibly use . . . stray boys in the office and candy soles are chalked up . . . Marylaird Small: " After the convention we feel that our organization ranks among the country ' s most active " . . . Intricate publicity committees the machinery for concerts . . . the A.W.S. council and representatives — leaders of Washington women. ounci -in. 2pte5cntatiue5 First Row: Caraher, Holman- Sec- ond Row: Horiuchi. Kinkaid. Third Row: Lawlor. Madden. Fourth Row: Maule. Meacham. Fifth Row: Og- den, Osterman. Sixth Row: Pefley, Turnbull. A.S.U.W. Secretary — Charlotte Wright . B.A. Vocational Club — Frances Lawlor . hHome Economics Club — Etha Pefley . Japanese Club — Chiye Horiuchi . Sororia — Mrs. Mae Snipes . Panhellenic — Harriet Holman . Phrateres — Cotherine Caraher . Women ' s Sport Council — Margaret Bushnell . Mortar Board — Kay Madden . Totem Club — Eleanor Kinkoid . " W " Key — Alice Ogden . Sigma Epsllon Sigma — Betty Meacham . House Council — Mil- dred Maule . P.E. Club — Margaret Jean Wilson . Church Clubs — Ruby Osterman, Mary Turnbull, Carol Shorpstein. tandata6 Committee Consulta+ions with housemoihers . . . the correct hour for men to leave a sorority house ... if a caller takes a girl to the avenue for a coke, is he on escort when he brings her home? . . . news- paper photographers reporting pictures of University students . . . frosh women in trouble for posing v ilhout standards ' approval . . . one o ' clock ... no, two o ' clock . . . reminding the University coed of an obligation to her house and school. Standards Chairman — Claire Wernecke . Assistant Standards Chairman — Mar- gery Robinson . Secretary of Standards Committee — Catherine Betts . A.W.S. President — Beth Fltton . Panhellenic President — Jane Embury . Phrateres President — Eleanor Huot . Independent House Council President — Mildred Maule . A.W.S. Scholarship Chairman — Peggy Arneson . Members at Large — Evo Mae Scotchard . Myra Shelton . Kay Duffy. Standards — First Row: Wernecke, Maule, Robinson, Duffy, Howe. Second Row: Ai ' neson, Shelton, Scotchard, Betts. 148 ■f?. U . S, (2ommltteei Freshman Teas Committee — Seated: Earley, Witter, Hitchcock. Standing: Carter, Hood. jcholorship Committee: Arneson, Von -leet, MocLeish. Wonomoker, Jones. Bel- 3ire, Clement. .W.S. Standing CommiHees: Guest Nllghts — Gertrude Wood, chairman; 3etty Buckmaster and Florence Carlson, assistants . A.W.S. Freshmen Teas — Doxie Witter, chairman; Rose Catherine rcrley, assistant . Freshmen Friendship -uncheons — Ncna Fumerton, chairmen Big Sisters — Helen Poe, chairman rieanor Bird, assistant . Scholarship — - ' eggy Arneson, chairman; Elizabeth Van " leet, assistant . Scrap Book — Lorene 3elaire, chairman . Corsage Sellers — -ranees Boyer, chairman; Essey Tucker, assistant . Point System — Virginia Ann Bowden, chairman . Office h ostesses — Joyce hlulbush, Margaret Wilson, chair- men . Ticket Sellers — Ann McCabe, Jean Carter, Edna Saer, Betty Adams, general chairmen . Activities — Wanda Taylor, chairman; Adele Schunke, assist- ant . Social — Kate Robblns, chairman. 149 Gue ' :a- ancett KB m lj M ,t kl ' ' ■ ' ■si ' eo Lawrence Tibbett 150 Satli etie5 wm m The Dona Ensemble Concert Chairmen: Fritz Krelsler — Betty Davidson, chairman; Essey Tucker, assistant . Kirsten Flagstad — Adele Schunke, chairman: hiarriet Holman, assistant . Selma Ekrem — Marjorie Shields, chairman . Dana Ensemble — Essey Tucker, chairman: Jean Ross, assistant . hiaddock Recital — Jean McLeod . Lawrence Tibbett — Joyce Hulbush . Nino Martini — Marjorie Shields, chairman: Jane Patten, assistant. FRITZ KREISLER . . . Dignity and genius with a bow in his hand . . . " hie looks as sen- sitive OS his violin " . . . rich tones inhuman in their perfection . . . each proud salesgirl ushering every twenty-fifth person . . . quality packs the house with quantity and the series is well begun. KIRSTEN FLAGSTAD . . . Through a smile comes o voice of purest soprano . . . effortless power . . . the Norwegian goddess of song . . . Wistfully she says, " Yes, I am anxious to see my daughter — it seems like a long time since I left " . . . and, " I hope she will be a singer too " . . . the friendly artist contradic- torily hates crowds. THE DANA ENSEMBLE . . . Unknown when they came, remembered after they left . . . fragmentary conversations with the aid of little red Polish-American dictionaries . . . one of them guilelessly offers a cigarette to a housemother — and none of them understand what sororities are . . . and the quintet on its first American tour sings another notch into the A.W.S. concert reputation. Hulbu - LAWRENCE TIBBETT . . . Thunder of powerful songs closely v ' ed by light pottering of informal humor a fac expression for every note ... an actor ploys up to his audience . . . and another " standing room only " house — this time to hear radio ' s star elected the most distinguished. NINO MARTINI . . . Poise, high tenor, and sleekness lean on a grand piano . . . natural unnatural singing of three notes above high C ... so good that he was presented in addition to the regular series . . . even more popular on his return appearance. -fl. IV. S. (?ommlttQQ6 Activity Committee — Seoted; Schunke. Taylor, Burrus. Standing: Cortelyou, Ebright, Champney, Hoiman. Candy and Scrap Boo i — Seated: Beede, Waxmon, ngrom. Standing; Hulbush, Meredith, Shervey, Hopple, Belaire. tig Sisters talk to Dorothy Worden, freshman: Mitchell, Witter, Foley. McCobe, B ' rd, Strain. 152 C omen, i Upper Pone!: Morgoret Bushneli. Women ' s Sports Council Chairman; Bergete Maydahl, Faculty Advisor for Intramural Sports. To the Left— Upper: WOMEN ' S " W " CLUB— Front Row: Thoyer Hills. Henrietta Sparks, Morgaret Jean Wilson, Isabel Brown, Doris Delzer, Dorothy McDonald, Louise Ingalls. Second Row: Eloise Bernhoff. Gertrude Ogden, Vivian Hau- gen, Pot Hagman, Essey Tucker, Bernice Hansen, Margaret GoiTlson. Bock Row; Ruth Ekdohl, Florence Rattray, Barbara Hixon. Bergete Maydahl. Center: Ariel Stout. Lower: WOM- EN ' S SPORTS COUNCIL — Seated: Jeannette Shumm, Bar- bara Clement. Margaret Jean Wilson. Second Row: Betty Strehlou. Jean Cowie. Ruth Ekdahl. Thayer Hills. Sirl Sund- berg, Eulo Howard, Hazel Kastner. Bock Row: Helen Thomp- son. Bergete Maydahl, Florence Steele. MANY YEARS AGO, when Befty Coed was the bashful, blushing miss who took her recreational Indulgence In long stockings, voluminous gym bloom- ers, and equally roomy middies, there came the Idea that any feminine creature who pursued sports simply for the sport alone was destined to become a true Amazon before she reached her majority. But time marched on, gym togs got shorter, and attractive shorts appeared to give the young lady in sport circles free swing and comfort in her athletic endeavors. By this time, opinion changed and al- though the streamlined girl was the popular selec- tion, she was privileged to hove square shoulders and be a match for any man on the golf course or tennis court. Members of the Women ' s Sport Council Include Margaret Bushnell, chairman: Ruth Eckdohl, secre- tary; Jeannette Shumm, Barbara Clement, Mar- garet Jean Wilson, Betty Strehlou, Jean CowIe, Thayer hiills, SIrl Sundberg, Eulo hloward. Hazel Kastner, Helen Thompson, and Florence Steele. SpOtt5 Upper Ponel: RIDING— Rene Cox. To the Right: SWIMMING — Austin Hall Team: Jean Kollnskl, Ellen Fotherlnghom. Lucia Clement. Josephine Pearce. BASKETBALL — Theo hiiils ond Florence Steele. BASEBALL — hielen Nichols. Barbara Don- ovan, Geneva hiewes. Delta Gammas. RIFLERY — Back Row: Sergeant J. L. hlogwood. Morgoret Jeon Wilson, Doris Sims, Rhoda Hokenstod, Gene Vradenburg, Jocelyn Dohm. Front: Dorothy Murray, Barbara Clement, Louise Land, Elizobeth Smith, Helen Lowrence. INTRAMURAL TOURNAMENTS THE INTRAMURAL sports season was opened lasf fall with a close Inter-group swim contest which resulted in a win for Austin hloll. Kappa Alpha Theta placed second and Gamma Phi Beta third. Indi- vidual swimmers ranking In high places were Jean Kollnski, captain of the first place team; Antoinette Mahncke, Theta, and Mary Lou Graham, Alpha XI Delta. Sigma Kappa took fop honors for Intramural vol- leyball, nosing out the 16th Avenue Co-op house by a cjose margin. The team from Alpha XI Delta was third. In Intramural basketball the 16th Avenue Co-ops rated first place over Blaine hlall and Alpha Delta Pi. They later defeated the winners in the Independ- ent tournament play-off. Ping pong winners in Intramural competition In- cluded Chi Omega, first, Sigma Kappa, second, and Alpha Xi Delta, third. As the Tyee goes to press, spring baseball Is just getting under way for the season, but records show that Delta Gamma botswomen were winners for last season. 155 " J frsf. IVc omen 5 ft| ti - Upper Panel: SWIMMING— HIGH POINT WINNERS— Jean Kolinski, Antoinette Mahncke, Moi ' y Lou Graham. To the Left: BADMINTON— Dorothy Gann and Zee Smith. RIDING— Betty Laubenheim. PING PONG — Mary Sheffield and Aurora Kipperberg. OPEN TOURNAMENTS EARLY IN THE FALL feminine golfers took ad- vantage of the summer-like weather and held their fall handicap tournament with the result that Jean Coblentz took the title over Mary Jane Meredith and Betty Luhman. Margaret Ewort managed the event. In telegraphic competition swimming opened the season during winter quarter with seven girls par- ticipating: Lois Hoskins, Polly Warner, Aurora Kipperberg, Susan Hull, Marie Koutecky, Moxine Mason and Mary Jane Blazer. Results of the local meet will be tabulated with other colleges for national standing. Also In the telegraphic group, riflery was handled by Barbara Clement. From ten to fourteen girls shot regularly throughout the year. Results of telegraphic archery for notional honors this year gave Washington shooters second place in the first winter archery meet. Oregon State placed first. Eula Howard was individual high point winner both this season and last. Ping Pong during fall quarter found Aurora Kip- perberg at the top of the race with Ruth Trunow and Vena Grayum close behind. Mary Sheffield de- feated Rose Lunn winter quarter to take the second championship. At the end of fall quarter when tennis was rained out, Ariel Stout, Florence Steele, Dorothy LoGose 156 ' s, t20tt3 Upper Panel: ARCHERY — Mary Jane Blazer and Eula How- ard. To the Right: GOLF — Margaret Ewart, Jean Koblentz. SWIMMING — Lois Hosklns, Marie Koutecky. Auroro Kipper- berg, Maxine Mason, Mary Jane Blazer, Susan Hull, Polly Warner. VOLLEYBALL— Marie Edesse Hoeffler, Louise In- galls, Aurora KIpperberg. TENNIS — Evelyn LaMotte, Ariel Stout. and Dallas Smith were still in the running. Miss Stout and Evelyn Lamotte were winners in last year ' s play. Dorothy Gann led the field in badminton elimina- tion, winner over Margaret Jean Wilson and Dolly Garrison in the singles. With Miss Garrison she won the doubles tournament over Margaret Lorsen and Dorothy Warden. Riding, one of the newest additions to women ' s sports, was featured in the All-University horse show during fall quarter. Betty Ann hlollander, Duretta Rothchild and Betty Laubenheim were high point winners. Arrangements for the show were handled by Miss Laubenheim and Rena Cox. INDEPENDENT TOURNAMENTS SWIMMING HONORS in the independent con- test were won by the S.S.M. team with Aurora Kip- perberg taking the Individual high point ranking over Betty Meacham of the second-place hi. M. team. Third place In team rating went to the Yankees while Lois Hosklns, S.S.M., and Marie Kou- tecky, H. M., tied for third individual honors. The H. M. team also came to the front by winning first place over the Anoynmisses and the Actives In volleyball. Independent basketball was taken by the Sinkers, who defeated the Unofficlols and the H. M. teams. 157 ' w _. — w ' S.. • - M teai ' _ )iii-- ' ' " ... ?Vi i ' i -- iUsri 1 r- f iK te „,.. ji v onotatiei ill i m III ? " i ! M A Y B E R A C K E T B U T C O N G R A T U L A T I O N S I 1. Jock Whife. OU, pays hie election bet to Bill Reed. Pretty Soft. 2. Borbaro Weitt doei Tolo honors for Bob Ferris. 3. Jerry Ann Newcomer suns herself on the Alpho Ch! porch. 4. The Sigmo Chis cashed in on Literary Digest ' s supreme embarrassment for their Homecoming sign. 5. Jeonice Word. ADPi president, puts on underling 6. Interrupting By Christian ' s c!ass to tell them they ore God ' s little sunbeoms shining down upon the wo d ore Theto SIg ' s Marge Shields, Katharine Hammer, Pot Sharkey and Sigma Delta Chi ' s m First Row: Coates Ellis, Embury, B. Fitton, C. Fitton. Second Row: Hayward, Jones wJrn ' lc ' ' ' = " °V- Th.rd Row: Madden, Scammell, Van Arsdaie, Taylor; National senior women ' s honorary with the purpose of furthering service, scholarship and leadership on univer- sity compi throughout the United States. The national chapter was founded at Swarthmore College in 1918 and the local Tolo chapter in 1925. Proceeds from the annual Tolo dance were turned over to the revolving loan fund for women students. OFFICERS: President _ Kothryn Madden Vice-President.. Charlotte Fitton Secretary Virginia Kellogg Treasurer.. _. Wanda Taylor Editor.., Barbara Jones Keeper of the Loan Fund Ruth Von Arsdaie Mottat Hoatd FACULTY ADVISERS: May Dunn V ard MEMBERS: Ruby Coates Volerie Ellis Jane Embury Beth Fitton Charlotte Fitton Mrs. C. F. Davids Leah Hayward Barbara Jones Virginia Kellogg Phyllis Klinker Doris Mcllroy son Louise Fleming Kathryn Madden Mary Scammell Ruth Van Arsdaie Wanda Taylor Claire Wernecke 162 First Row; Bates, Bishop, Brown, Ecitmann, Edwards, Farrens. Second Row: Greeley, Griffith, Hoisington, Kilgore, Killien, Lazarevlch. Third Row: Med lea. Much a, Raney, Robinson. Ulbrickson, UHin. Tit ItQQ Fir Tree is a senior men ' s honorary founded at the Uni- versity of Washington in 1907. Election to membership is based upon signal service to Washington. The purpose of the organization is to promote the welfare of the Uni- versity. OFFICERS: President . Walter Raney Vice-President Charles Mucha Secretary _ Wood row Ullin Treasurer . Walter Bates FACULTV MEMBERS: Stephen D. Brown Roy Eckmonn Clyde Robinson Byron Christian Carl Kilgore Alvin Ulbrickson Donald MacKenzie MEMBERS: Walter Botes Ralph Bishop Robert Edwards William Farrens Henry Greeley Jack Medico Tom Griffith Charles Mucha Donald Hoisington Walter Raney Kenneth Killien Woodrow Ullin Dan Lazorevich 163 p " " -:! ' First Row: Ahrens, Arneil, Coates, Crowder, Duffy, Dyer, Ebriqht, Ellis. Second Row: Embury. Erdahl, Eshom, B. Fitton. C. Fitton, Gormiey, Hayward, Hemrich. Third Row: Hummer, Huot, Jones, Kellogg, Kinkaid, KlmVer, Madden. Maule. Fourth Row: Maury, McMroy. Moll, Olson, Rohrer, Scatchard. Scammeil. Stiley. Fifth Row: Swanson, Synnestvedt, Taylor, Turner, Van Arsdale, Wernecke. Local upperclass women ' s activity honorary founded in 1932. Membership is based on service to Washington and a " C " average. Its purpose is to perpetuate a greater Washington spirit and to develop cultured leaders dedi- cated to the furtherance of the Interests of the University. OFFICERS: President Elinor Kinkaid Vice-President --. Fritzi Swanson Secretary _- Mira Moll Treasurer .- Leah hiayward Historian Charlotte Fitton FACULTY MEMBER MEMBERS: Nada Ahrens Bobble Arneil Ruby Coates Barbara Crowde Kay Duffy Jean Dyer Jane Ebright Valerie Ellis Mary I. Bash Jane Embury Nancy Erdahl Jane Eshom Beth Fitton Charlotte Fitton Betsy Gormiey Leah Hayward Doris Hemrich Mary Jane Hilen Jeanne Hummer Eleanor Huot Barbara ..lones Virginia Kellogg Elinor Kinkaid Phyllis Klinker Kay Madden Mildred Moule Emma Maury Doris Mcllroy Mira Moll Irene Olson Mary Kay Rohrer Eva May Scatchard Mary Scammeil Peggy Stiley Frifzi Swanson Peggy Synnestvedt Wanda Taylor Betty Turner Ruth Van Arsdale Claire Wernecke ii First Row: Adams, Angle, Anshutz, Bird, Bond. Cain, Colliett, Cox, Doran. Second Row: Duffy, Eastwood, Egge, Haines, Hillyer, Hollenbeck, Humber, Hunt, Johnson. Tliird Row: Leahy, Lonctot, Loverich, Marshall, McKeehan, McMillin, Nowogroski, Padelford, Paterson. Fourth Row: Peterson, Plamondon, Ranti, Rosenberg, Sander, Starcevich, Wagner, Washington, White. In order to encourage unselfish service to the Univer- sity, Oval Club was founded on the campus in 1907. Upperclassmen outstanding in activities are pledged in spring quarter at the Sports Promenade and fall quarter at the Varsity Ball. Every year Oval Club puts on the crew drive in the spring and sponsors the Ballet Moose, now the all- " U " show. Its biggest work is in contacting high school seniors throughout the state and interesting them in the Univer- sity of Washington. OFFICERS: President Vice-President Secretary . . Treasurer . . Paul Plamondon -. Leslie Hollenbeck William Thompson James McMillin Oual (2U FACULTY ' MEMBERS: Leslie J. Ayer Hec Edmundson Dean Herbert J. Condon Henry Foster William Cox D. V. Graves Ray Eckmann Carl Kilgore MEMBERS: Gordon Adams James Angle Bert Anshutz James Bennet Michael Bird Charles Bond James Cain Emery Colkett Kenneth Cox Clyde Doran James Drury Charles Duffy Robert Egge James Eastwood Byron Haines Edwin Hillyer Dean Edward H. Lauer Charles May Dean F. W. Padelford James Phelan Leslie Hollenbeck Bruce Humber George Hunt Richard Johnson William Leahy Edward Loverich Bernard Lonctot John Marshall Clyde Robinson Gilbert Schaller President Lee Paul Sleg Dean David Thompson John McKeehan James McMillin Edward Nowogroski Charles Padelford Hunt Paterson Lorin Peterson Paul Plamondon Frank Plumb Al Ulbrlckson Walter Weike Nelson Wahlstrom Joseph Rantz Henry Rosenberg William Sander Max Starcevich William Thompson Charles Wagner Nat Washington John White P- IV: First Row: Arneson. Barton, Bird, flowden, Bratiie, Buckrnaster. Second Row: Carter, Curtln, Davidson, Dehn, Earley. Fumerton. Third Row; Holmon, Hood, Johnson. Kalushe, Mankey, Meacham, Fourth Row: Ogden, Paften. Pratt, Ross, Small, Trzcinskl. Fifth Row: Tucker. Van Fleet, Wilson. Wingate, Witter. Founded on May 14, 1934, at the University of Wash- ington as an activity and scholastic honorary for under- class women. Its purpose is service to Washington, and a 2.5 grade average and prominence in activities ore the requirements for membership. l£ liyrr ly OFFICERS: y I QII President Rose Catherine Earley J Vice-President -.- -- Doxie Witter I I Secretary Marjorie Hood ( I li If Treasurer Paula Barton hHistorian Margaret Trzcinskl ADVISORY BOARD: May Dunn Ward Helen Gorham Louise Fleming MEMBERS: Margaret Arneson Paulo Barton Betty Davidson Jackie Kalushe Moryiaird Small Eleanor Bird Marion Dehn Eleanor Monkey Margaret Trzcinskl Virginia Ann Bowden Rose Catherine Earley Betty Meachom Essey Tucker Marjorie Brotlie Nona Fumerton Alice Ogden Elizabeth Von Fleet Betty Buckmoster Harriet Holmon Jane Patten Margaret Wilson Jean Carter Mar|orie Hood Jean Ross Jean Wingate Marian Curtin Mary Jane Johnson Bronwen Pratt Doxie Witter ■2v_ f lL_ First Row: Atkinson, Barber, Bateman, Bergerson, Campbell. Carver, Chapln. Second Row: Conover Dorr Evans Graham. Hite. Huey, Johanson. Third Row: S. Lane. Z. Lane, LIbby, McFarland, Mcintosh. Mason, Mattson! Fourth Row: Page. Putnam. Richards, Scarf, Shangle, Sorenson, Taylor, Fifth Row: TeMer, Totten Watson Wilson Wolfe Grant Founded in 1935 to further the interests of the Univer- sity and to build o strong underclass organization similar to Oval Club. Its purpose is service to Washington, its members being chosen from among outstanding under- classmen. OFFICERS: I I ' 1 . President . Francis Bergerson M aLamutQ Secretary Richard Campbell Treasurer Watson Robertson Recorder Walter Watson HONORARY MEMBERS: Lieut. -Governor Victor Myers Lewis Armst ■ong Horace McClure Thomas Per •y EIroy Stevens MEMBERS: Dwight Atkinson Richard Campbell Eddie Gross Lawrence Mcintosh Manning Richards Noel Atkinson Max Conover James Hite Walter Page Frank Taylor Walter Watson Arthur Bateman Robert Dorr Zeph Lane Howard Pederson Francis Bergerson John Evans Roland Libby George Putnam Lorin Wilson PLEDGES: Shirl Wilson Philip Blake William Garlick Gilbert Lane Philips Reilly Vernon Sorenson William Barber Robert Graham Fred McFarland Joseph Schorf William Teller Robert Carver Stanley Huey Robert Mason Ladd Shangle William Totten Foster Chopin Leslie Johanson Tuba Mattson Walter Shelton Alvln Wolfe 167 L Boycc, Smokes, Green, Rantj. oinpa65 and katt Founded in 1927 at the University of Washington; an organization of students selected for active enrollment in Novol Science, at least a 2.5 grade overage, and ap- proval of the Board of Control. Its purpose is to unite Its members socially and to promote on " esprit de corps. " OFFICERS: President _ _ Portus D. Boyce Vice-President _ Moynard Stokes Secretary _. Patrick Green Treasurer __ Silius Ranta Senior Representative Max Schliewe Junior Representative Charles Palmer Sophomore Representative - Robert Thompson HONORARY MEMBERS: E. - . Campbell, Rear Admiral, U. S. Navy M. Lyie Spencer, Former Pres. of U. of W. H. B. Riebe, Captain, U. S. Navy MEMBERS: First Classmen — Gilbert Baker Portus Boyce Stanley Brand Gerald Cameron Robert Freeman Donald Gronston Frank Gray Grant hHonsen Grant Impett Russell Jones Whitson Jones hHerbert Kelly Emerson Lounsbury Russell McCloy John McDonald Richard Montgomery Crandall Nefzger Vernon Osterberg John Phillips Silius Ranta Richard Sater Max Schliewe Moynard Stokes Robert Trumble Daniel Vv ' olte Arthur V endells Second Classmen — Frank Bompton Robert Bever Edward Brighton Claude Carlson Jim Carpenter Benson Chandler James Crawford Donald Deits V arren Doollttle George Dubail Robert Ferris Karl Grahn Patrick Green Arnold hiaire Herbert hHonset Jack hforshman Robert Keller Lincoln Lettermon George Lundstrom FHorace Morrison David Norton Charles Palmer John Quockenbush Harry Roller Winston Schleef Delton Vv ' alter H. E. Warner William Watts John Wheatley Third Classmen — Ralph Baldwin John Balkema Bruce Brackett Joseph Cormlchoel Charles Chrlstensen Ralph Coan William Cochran Gordon Deits Rush Drake Arthur Ellsv orth Wesley Faurot Willis Harmon Rupert Howley Richard Heady Gordon Husby John Koye William Koye James Lambrechr Robert Leslie Charles Lightfoot Merritt Martin John Pedersen Walter Reinking Glen Rings Robert Sotterford C. Smith Eben Stondlsh Edwin Stondlsh Robert Thompson Henry Wallace Walter Wolklnshow Frank White Roy Yockey Fourth Classman — Horry Hoffman SB... First Row: Anderson, Babcoci. Bennett, Brauer. Brinsmead. Burke, Galiaher, Chester. Second Row: Clark. Climenson, Cole, Cook. Cosper. Curtis Dimmett Dodds. Third Row: Emerson. Hanson. Ingman. Magnusson. Mason. Matzger. McClure. McNamee. Fourth Row; Merrifleld. Million. Mohler. ' Myers. Parkhlll, Richards. Rosi. ScavoHo. Fifth Row: Schnnidt, Van Stockum, White. Wiltamuth. Wienker. Honorary military fraternity founded at the University of Wisconsin in 1904 for the purpose of raising the stand- ard of military training in American universities, encour- m g g g aging the essential qualities of good and efficient officers, 1 1 tr and promoting good fellowship among cadet officers. wttC C tt CCA OFFICERS: Captain _ Carter McClure J fP I J First LIeutenant_._ Harris Wiltamuth CLtlCi ISLCLCLQ Second Lieutenant Frank Leslie First Sergeant Cecil Mason Camp Second Lieut. George L. Bennett FACULTY MEMBERS: William E. Co. Edgor M. Draper Wilhelm Jorgensen Charles C. Moy John W. Richards Wayne Sims Richard W. Croin Austin V. Eastmon Kenneth A. Kobe Alfred L. Miller Sllbert S. Scholler Macy M. Skinner David C. Hall Charles E. Martin Fred H. Rhodes Alfred L. Seaman Frederick C. Smith HONORARY MEMBERS: Coi — .E.L.Pj- Lieut. Richard Bowden Major G. O. A. Daughtry Lleut.-Col. A. S. Gardner Col. Edward Klmmel Copt. W. F. Stiley Capt. E. M.Gregory Lleut.-Col. P. H. Ottosen Major L. A. Wetherby INFANTRY: Arthur Brinsmead Richard Curtis Cecil Mason Joseph Rosl Jack White Jack Bobcock Kenneth Clark Thomas Dawson Neil Matzger Lewis Schmidt Curtis Wienker Lloyd Brouer Donald Cook Philip McNamee Lawrence Parkhlll Ronald Von Stockum Harris Wiltamuth ARTILLERY: Worren Anaerson Vernon Chester Duane Cosper Glen Golloher Frank Jonells Philip Magnusson George L. Bennett Myron Climenson John Dodds George Hansen Fronk Leslie Richard Million Bernard Burke Robert Cole Ted Emerson R.C.Hitchcock Carter McClure Curtis Mohler Gordon Ingman Horace McClure James Richards PLEDGES: Worren Beall Dwight Dean Ellsworth DImmitt Wright Merrifleld Donald Scavotto Sidney Cone Malcolm Myers Horry Vanderhoof 6? " " " ■ " ' ■• " Upper Left — Top Row: Haines. Nowogroski, Cain. Bottom Row: Hay, Hewson. Erickson. Green, Schoch. Mattes, Bond. Upper Right — Top Row; Kast- ner . Gonnon. Wagner, Pater- son, Rosenberg, Rich. Bottom Row: Mondala, Loverich, Stor- cevich. Werner. Center Left — Top Row: Hotck Coy, Stollcop. Peters. Middle Row: Adam, Lund, Hunt, Rontz. Bottom Row: Morris, Hume, White, Marohch, Austin. Center Right — Top Ro.v: Stut- field. Morgan. Drury. Bottom Row: Kohls, Plummer. Palm- oson. Whitworth, Angle, Ma- ginnis. Lower Left — Top Row: Means. Douglas. Johnson, Bi " eda. Bot- tom Row: Matronic. Johnson, Markov, Worthington, Miller. Lower Right: Humber, Egge, Merry. Organized in 1912 to encouraqe and promote participation in % MM M WW n r I I _ fw IAm athletics and to foster a more intimate association among major ICt WW sports lettermen. Inlt OFFICERS: President ._ Robert Egge Vice-President Charles hiartman Secretary-Treasurer __George Morry § MEMBERS — BASEBALL: Mitchell Gasparovich . Wilbur Hewson . John h unter . Bernard Kohls . Ed Loverich . Roy Marlowe . Albert Plummer . Leonard Rich . Jack Stallcop. § BASKETBALL: Robert Egge . Jock Gannon . Walter Kastner . Ed Loverich . Hunt Peterson . Henry Rosenberg , Charles Wagner . Ross Werner. § CREW: Gor- don Adam . Walter Bates . Victor Carter . Don Coy . Charles Day . Robert Green . Mertln Hatch . Donald Hume . George Hunt . George Lund . James McMillin . Frank Marolich . Robert G. Moch . Roger Morris . George Morry . Walter Raney . Joe Rantz . Delos Schoch . John White . John York. § FOOTBALL: Everett Austin . Charles Bond . Randall Bond . Firmo Breda . James Cain . Bud Douglas . Carlton Erickson . Fred Gadke . Byron Haines . Richard Johnson . Jack MocKenzie . Theodore Markov . Victor Markov . Carl Matrcn ' c . Frank Mattes . Arthur Means . Mitchell Mandala . Edward Nowogroski . Donald Pollack . Walter Rohrscheib . Abe Shper . Max Starcevich . John Wlotrak . Henry Wise . Richard Worthington . Woodrow Ullln. § SWIMMING: Jack Medico. § TENNIS: Robert Deering . James Hill . Henry Rosenberg. § TRACK: James Angle . Bert Anshutz . Jim Drury . Ariel Edmiston . Fred Firstenberg . John Gable . Fred Grichuhin . Marion Hay . Bruce Humber . Kenneth Klllien . Harry Lund . David Moginnls . Victor Markov . Jess Miller . Victor Palmoson . Arthur Morgan . Walter Rohr- scheib . Roger Samples . Don Whitworth. 170 Upper Left: Stutfield. Wil- liams, Holi. Miller, Rohrschieb. Upper Right: MacLoren. Mo- ginnis. Trowbridge. Palrnoson, Meyer. Center Left: Sheridan. Cord- ' ■e.l, Berry, Hay. Center Right: Keating. Lewis, 5-c ;. ' ' ' Jonoerrnay. Whitworth. Lower Left: Anshutz. Edmund- ' - Hurnber. Lower Right: Morgan. Everett, Sander, Anale. A local irack honorary founded in 1927 to promote a closer feel- ing of comradeship among members of the track squad, to encourage younger members to greater effort, end to stand for sportsmanship of the highest type. All track winners of big " W " s are eligible for membership and others by special vote of the club. OFFICERS: President Vice-President Secretary-Treasurer Richard Everett William Sander Arthur Morgan § FACULTY MEMBER: ' Hec ' Edmundsor. § HONORARY MEMBERS: Gilbert S. Schaller . Vic Hurley. § MEM- BERS: Bruce Anderson . James Angle . Bert Anshutz . Al Berry . Robert Buck . William Cardwell . Boyd Childs . james Drury . Richard Everett . Ned Hall . Morion Hoy . Bruce Humber . Robert Keating . John Klein . William Kitner . Leonard Lewis . Dave Moginnis . Victor Markov . Sandy MacLaren . William Meyer . Jesse Miller . Arthur Morgan . Peter Nicolaevsky . Victor Palmason . Roger Samples . William Sander . Leslie Sheridan . Kit Steele . Fred Stutfield . William Trowbridge . William Vondermoy . John Williams. i- m m 4 J ,4t- lir- ■ iL n Vfc::. li. lAJ A M v HIT First Row: Bateman, Bunker, Burton, Carter, Cox, Conway, Crutcher. Second Row: Dingwall, Divine, Esveldt, Faurot, Ferch. Froberg, Soerig. Third Row: Hansen, Harrah, Hemphill. Hauser, Isbin, Jacobus. Bill Jones. Fourth Row: Brad Jones Keats, Little, Ludwiq. Lyon, Matson, Matilla. Fifth Row: Mills, Mosirr.an, Mounsey, Owen. Pierce, Pottratz, Purdue. Sixth Row: Reed, S+einer, Stewart. Vinson, Walkinshaw, Warren, Underclassmen ' s scholastic and activity honorary OFFICERS: founded at the University of Washington In 1925. Mem- p.- i ent _. . Richard Reed bers are chosen from omonq underclassmen who hove .,• n • i , n i r-r, J-, I -iL 4.L ■ i „ .„„„ Vice-rresident Burton Lyon tiT+een or more credit hours with a three-point average ' and who regularly participate in organized A.S.U.W. Secretary Bayard Crutcher activities. Treosurer _ Floyd Vinson FACULTY MEMBERS: James E. Gould Charles R. Strother MEMBERS: Douglas Conway George Goerig John Keats Robert Mills Arthur Bateman Bayard Crutcher Robert Hansen Frank Kingsbury Roscoe Mosiman Sam Bunker Ewen Dingwall John hHarrah Gerald Little Richard Mounsey Bruce Borton Jock Divine Wylie Hemphill William Ludwig Donald Olson Robert Cohen George Esveldt Paul Hauser Burt Lyon Dewey Ostrom William Carter Wesley Faurot Herbert Isbin Fowler Martin Thomas Owen Maurice Cohen Herman Feinberg Paul Jacobus Merritt Martin Jack Pearce Arthur Conley Harold Ferch William Jones Tuba Matson Vernon Peterson Kenneth Cox Clarence Froberg Bradley Jones Erick Mattilo Dennis Pottratz Skidd Robert Purdue Richard Reed Jack Steiner Howard Stewart Ernie Stowell Walter Walkinshaw Floyd Vinson Richard Warren Ben Westmoreland 172 First Row: Art, Beall. Boley, Byers, Cook. Dimmitt. Second Row: Galbraith, Goddard. Gregory, Holsinger. Jennings, Krogstad. Third Row: Love, McGuane, Mitchell, Munz, Oman, Penchos. Men ' s national advertising fraternity which has the following requirements for membership: interest in adver- tising, and high scholarship in marketing and advertising or achievement in those fields. The fraternity was founded at the University of Missouri in 1913. Robert W. Jones chapter was founded at the University of Washington in 1923. OFFICERS: President - Jack Boley Vice-President - Donald Oman Treasurer __ James Rice Secretary - William Love FACULTY .MEMBERS: hHenryA. Burd Robert W. Jones William E. Cox Vernon McKenzie MEMBERS: Jack Boley Wade Byers Donald Cook Ellsworth Dimmitt Warren Fuller PLEDGES: Richard Art John Beall Jack Galbraith Ross Goodrich Max Holsinger William Love Donald Mitchell Robert Gregory John Jennings Charles J. Miller Clyde Robinson Lawrence Munz Donald Oman Kenneth Penchos James Rice Karl Krogstad hHarry McGuane 173 f.. -! ... ■. -..w i,Mmma»iUB. -»-.r« Top: Torkelson, I awior. Bottom Kinkaid, Seeliger. FACULTY MEMBERS: Stephen D. Brown MEMBERS: Jack Boley Hazel Jamieson Elinor Kinkaid Frances Lawlor Kay Madden PLEDGES: Edyth Freeman David Harrah Robert Knappenberger Founded in 1920 at the University of Washington. Its purpose Is to pro- mote a professional and vocational interest in the College of Economics end Business and to guide the student activities and social program of the college. Membership, based on scholarship, personality and activity is open to upperclossmen. OFFICERS: President Erling Torkelson Vice-President . Frances Lawlor Secretary - .. Elinor Kinkaid Treasurer .-- Clarence Seeliger Donald MacKenzie Fred Rosslow Clarence Seeliger hierbert Stewart Erling Torkelson Frank Mattes Donald Oman Willomay Strandberg Founded at the University of Washington in 1919 in the interests of foreign trade and for the promotion of higher ideals of business ethics. Members are upperclossmen of high scholastic standing who ore majoring in foreign trade. OFFICERS: President -.-- Erling Torkelson Vice-Presient Harris Wiltamuth Secretory-Treasurer George Morry Historian -_. _ Charles Sheldon X an Qnia FACULTY MEMBERS: C. B. Atkinson Dean S. J. Coon W. E. Cox HONORARY MEMBERS: John O. Allsop MEMBERS: Kenneth Bell Thompson Boyd Lloyd Brauer Gerald Cameron A. Duncan Campbell Laurence Dowd Arthur Lillig Raymond Farwell H. H. Gowen Elden Griffen Col. W. C. Bickford George Morry Hubert Mount Victor Nakamura Raphael O ' Hearn Isaac Ovadia Andrew Roye Maurice Santi Council Top: Torkelson. Wiltamulh. Bol- torn: Morry, Sheldon. H. H. Martin A. L. Seeman M. M. Skinner Howard Schroeder Charles Sheldon Charles Tatsuda Wilber Thomas Erling Torkelson Kazuo Tsukuno Ralph Harris Wiltamuth timSSt Founded nationally at the University of Illinois in 1916; the local chapter in 1921. Members ore accounting majors chosen on a basis of character, scholarship and on ability to pass a five-hour examination. The objects are io encourage and foster the ideals of SERVICE as the basis of all worthy enterprise: to maintain high professional, moral, and scholastic standards: and to advance the science of accountancy. Seta ■OLpha Pil OFFICERS: President ..-- Vice-President __. Secretary-Treasurer Julius Roller O. E. Draper Phil Huey FACULTY MEMBERS: G. I. Butterbaugh Dean S. J. Coon William E. Cox C. S. Dakan MEMBERS: Gilbert Baker Russell Bowen Jack Derrig Paul Ford O. E. Draper J. V. Fordon H. E. Gregory Frank hiamack Vv illiam Henderson Phil Huey Walter Kolosoff Marcel Maynard Top: Roller. Draper. Bottom: Huey. A. N. Lorig C.J. Miller J. M. McConahey D. H. McKenzle Howard Mendenhol Silius Ranta Goldle Riley Willard Vadman Top: Jamieson. Preston. Bottom; Thostesen, Takagi FACULTY MEMBERS: Henry A. Burd G. I. Butterbaugh Dean S. J. Coon William E. Cox ALUMNI MEMBERS: MEMBERS: Stella Brooks Donald Casey Betty Davidson Elizabeth Dearie Edward DeFelice Jock Derrig Lawrence Dowd Eugene Eugene Carl S. Dakan Frances M. Earle Homer Gregory Howard Martin Dur Dd Alkil Herman Feinberg Edyth Freeman David Harroh Hazel Jamieson Walter Kolosoff Raphael Kuvshinoff Eleanor Monkey Howard Mendenhall Founded in 1913 at the Univers ' ty of Wisconsin: a national business administration scholastic honorary which requires for membership: junior standing, high scholarship, good moral character, and promise of business ability. Alpha chapter chartered in 1918. OFFICERS: President Vice-President. Secretary Treasurer .. . Hazel Jamieson Dr. H. H. Preston Evelyn Thostesen Harry Tokogi Vernon Mund H. H. Preston Harry E. Smith Horry Takagi Howard Oakland Robert Rieke Willamay Strandberg Evelyn Thostesen Erllng Torkelson Louis Wagner Richard Zettel Gamma lama 175 ■ UBI Top: Coffman, Rock way. Bot+on Morita, Neville. FACULTY MEMBERS: Irene Bostwich Frances Dickey Helen Hall MEMBERS: Laura Ames Doris Berry Miriam Burd Ruth Clork Helen Coffman Inez Mae Crab+ree Kathleen Munro Louise Oliver Miriam Terry Beth FItton Ada Heppenstall Doris Helwig Kathryne Kantner Mary Johnstone Gertrude Lamping Marilyn MIkkelson Tau chapter established at the University of Washington in 1915, for service, recognition, and advancement for the American v oman musician. Elections for membership are made from the upper quarter students of the junior, senior, and graduate years, and are based on musicianship, scholarship, character, and leadership. OFFICERS: President . ._ Helen Coffman Vice-President Ramona Rockv ay Treasurer . Michiko Morita Recording Secretary . Kathleen Neville Corresponding Secretary Anoh Grace Nelson Historian --- Gertrude Lamping Warden Miriam Burd Choiristor Mary Johnstone Chaplain .-.. .Ado Heppenstall Mjl T % I • nu J hi Louise Van Ogle Florence Bergh Wilson C • Edith Woodcock f26lLOtl Michiko Morita Anah Grace Nelson Kathleen Neville Loretta Perry Jean Rankin Ramona Rockway The local chapter of this sixty-year-old national music honorary was founded in 1921. Its object is the development of fraternal spirit; the mutual welfare and brotherhood of music students; the advancement of music In America, and a loyalty to the Alma Mater. To be eligible for membership one must be active in musical organizations, of good character and personality, and with high scholarship. OFFICERS: President Edward A. McDowell Vice-President .. _ Paul Ellis Secretary Harvard Palmer Treasurer Ronald Taylor Warden ..- David Torney Historian Charles Easton Pki Mu ■OLpka FACULTY MEMBERS: Walter Echinger George Kirchner Charles W. Lawrence MEMBERS: Clinton Adpinson Bernard Anderson Delbert Anderson Charles Asbury Richard Berg Gordon Brown Donald Casey Kenneth Cloud Charles Easton Paul Ellis George McKay Moritz Rosen Dean Willis Uhl Richard Foster Ben Hallgrlmson Vernon Jackson Philip Kendrlck Erich Koker Edward Krenz Wendell Long Edward McDowell Carl Nelson Lawrence Odie Top: McDowell. Torney. Bottom; Palmer, Taylor, August Werner Walter C.WeIke Carl P. Wood Edward Palmason Victor Palmason Harvard Palmer Ronald Taylor David Torney William Usdane Marion Walters Stanley Weiss Harold Whelon Robert White A national scholarship honorary founded at the University of Wisconsin In 1927; local chapter founded in 1933. Its purpose Is to encourage and promote high scholarship among freshman women In all departments. A grade average of 3.5 and a minimum of 36 hours during the first three quarters Is required. OFFICERS: President Marian Curtin Vice-President Nona Fumerton Secretary .__ _ Rose Mary Dwyer Treasurer . Marian Edgerton hllstorlan Marguerite Okamura lama y26lL 5Uon Sic ' ma MEMBERS: Marjorle Alkens Jean Allen Virginia Bachelor Carmen Baldwin Elizabeth Bannister Miriam Brown Audrey Connor Marian Curtin Frances Davis Rose Mary Dwyer Marian Edgerton Edein French Nona Fumerton Vena Grayum Charlotte hiall Shirley hiawkins Ruth Ittner Evelyn Johns Ruth Keefhaver Georgle Mahln Betty Lou Manley Josephine McFarlond Bonnie Jean Mcintosh Jean MIzer Top: Curtin. Fumerton. Bottom: Dwyer, Edgerton. Dorothy Nelson Marguerite Okamura Mary Elizabeth Pierce Beulleh Bleson Amy Shoelkopf Julia Smith Grace Sommer Elvo Sutherilng Florence Turbltt Mary Cella Whipple Martha White Top: Priebe, Hanan. Bottom: Mil- ler, Peterson. FACULTY MEMBERS: Mary I. Bash MEMBERS: Eloise Bernhoft Virginia Brownell Miriam Burd Martha Daniels Ruth Ferguson Julia Hanan Bernlce Hansen Mary Holler Priscllla HItchman Margaret Hoard Jeanne Howe Harriet Mehlhorn Julio Miller Gertrude Minsk Mary Morgan National education honorary founded at Columbia University In 1910 to foster professional spirit and high scholarship and to promote friend- ship among women in the teaching profession. The local chapter founded in 1915. A " B " grade average, twelve hours of education and recom- mendation by two members of the education faculty are membership requirements. OFFICERS: President Leono Priebe Vice-President _ Julia Hanan Corres. Secretary Julia Miller Record. Secretary .___ Margaret Peterson Treasurer Merle Smith Gertrude Ogden Margaret Peterson Helen Poplack Leona Priebe Bessie Rehkopf Merle Smith Jean Strassman J l Jiainvd. Tketa 177 Top: Aetzel, Ellis. Bottom: Coyle, Byrne. National fine arfs honorary for women founded at Hollins College, Virglnlo, in 1898 to instill loyalty among its members and to work for mental and artistic development. A good scholostic standing and out- standing work in fine arts ore required for membership. Local chapter was founded in 1920. OFFICERS: - . mj President _ Virginia Aetzel J fIL ItLu. Vice-President _ Valerie Ellis Secretary ..._ _ _. Rosanne Coyle Treasurer _ _..,_ Ruth Byrne - ,-» Mjaj» «.a LfCLni.ni.G. HONORARY MEMBERS: Ellen Von Volkenberg Brown MEMBERS: Virginia Aetzel Ruth Byrne PLEDGES: Billie Barnes Nellie Cornish Rosanne Coyle Valerie Ellis Mary Jane hHilen Edith M. Isaacs Evelyn Forgo Charlotte Field National advertising professional for women, founded at the University of Missouri in 1920. Members ore chosen from among women students showing proficiency in advertising. OFFICERS: President . _ Bette Campbell Vice-President Mary Ellen McElroy Secretary-Treasurer. . Marian Newberry ' amma HONORARY MEMBER: Ella Howard Top: Campbell. McElroy. Bottom: Newberry. MEMBERS: Adelle Bass Betty Jane Burnett Bette Campbell Sally Dawson Virginia Fett Kristin Harris Catharine hiawley Eleanor hluot Lynne Johnson Bernita McCaffrey Mary Ellen McElroy Marion Newberry Peggy Steffin Mary Shannon Peggy Stiley Willamay Strandberg Betty Strehlau 178 J i Mih ' Iss Women ' s national journalism professional founded at the University ot Washington in 1909 to confer honor on women distinguishing themselves In journalism. Members are chosen from upperclasswomen specializing in journalism with o B overage and active in school affairs. TA eta lama J kl OFFICERS: President Vice-President .. Secretary Treasurer __ Keeper of the Archives., Betsy Gormley Doris Mcllroy Jane Eshom . ..Betty Turner Top: Gormley. Mcllroy. Bottom: Eshom, Turner. Barbara Crowde Top: Bird, Snapp. Bottom; Camp- bell, Hlllyer. FACULTY MEMBERS: Merritt E. Benson hiarry Burns Byron - . Christian Dudley D. Griffith MEMBERS: Michael Bird Arch Campbell Joe Connor Roy Frew Robert Manning Edwin hiillyer PLEDGES: Ronald Dodds Donald Gaddis John hlollenbeck hfenry Kessler FACULTY MEMBER: MEMBERS: Mary Ann Caughron Childs Barbara Crowder PLEDGES: Euloh Croson Kothryn hiammer Mrs. Burton W. James Jane Eshom Betsy Gormley Pat Sharkey Marjorie Shields Doris Mcllroy Betty Turner Lorene Smith Glenn hHughes Robert W. Jones Fred W. Kennedy Robert Mansfield William Hcsokawa Richard hlubbell Jack KInzel Sydney Kossen Richard Lawrence Frank Kingsbury Shin Koboyoshi Edwin Luke Warren McCloy Men ' s national |ournalism professional, founded ot De Pauw University In 1907; Washington chapter chartered in 1909. Men with high scholastic standing in journalism who intend to enter the profession ore eligible for membership. OFFICERS: President . Vlce-Presiden; Secretary . Treasurer . Michael Bird Siegmund Snapp Arch Campbell Edwin hiillyer Vernon McKenzie Roy Rosenthal George Savage William Love Murray Morgan Lorin Peterson David Shanahan Siegmund Snapp Lawrence Munz Julius Ruiz Jack Schonborn lama Vdta kt 179 Top: Porter, Wilson. Bottom: Knlse- ly, Sutherland. FACULTY ADVISORS: B.T. McMinn MEMBERS: Aeronautical Engineering Robert Hage Earl Sutherland Chemical Engineering Thomas Murray Milton Porter Civil Engineering Dwight Gowdy Gordon Ingmon Founded in 1920 to promote the educational weltore of the students in Forestry, Mines and Engineering, to foster the growth of a better Wash- ington spirit by cooperative effort with the entire university and to aid in developing the vocational, social and cultural life of the technology students. OFFICERS: President - Milton Porter Vice-President _ ..Hubert Vv ' llson Secretary Dan Knisely Treasurer Earl Sutherland naL E. R. Wilcox Electrical Engineering Rush Chase Jules Cohen Foiestry Von Demick hlubert Wilson Mechanical Engineering Dan Knisely Warren Philbrick Mines John Bell Vinton Clarke Sophomore Representative Stanley Dohl Freshman Representative William Dunlap ainQQtLna Council Chemistry professional founded at the University of Washington In I 920. Its purpose is to bring together men of common professional Interest in the advancement of chemistry as a science and a profession. Chemistry or chemical engineering majors of sophomore standing or above ore eligible for membership. OFFICERS: President Beverly Smith Vice-President Milton Porter Secretary-Treasurer Marshall T. Ramstad Custodian of Dumb-bell .... Ed Whitmore mmoni Socii FACULTY MEMBERS: H. K. Benson W. L. Beuschlein MEMBERS: Doyle Abbott George Benolt Fred Coin Robert Deacon Jim Drury Leonard Goodmon PLEDGES: Berry Bailey Kenneth Barkey Charles Bennett Stanley Dahl Norman Delglmeler K. A. Kobe J. Robinson R. D. hiedreen Frank H. Kenton Dave Klesllng David LeGrand William McCleave James McDonald Randall hiamm Henry Hoekstra James Hurt Gerald Kravik V. Sivertz H.V.Tartar Top: Smith. Porter. Boftom; Ram- stad, Whitmore. T. G. Thompson Donald Melkeljohn Raymond D. Mennell Edward Murray Walter Sands Lowell N. Schultz Robert Scott Robert Lent Tony Lloyd Glen Nygreen Merl Ringenberg T. J. Skewes Charles Spoon Arvin Sorenson Fred Welngarten James Wenger Fred Shalllt Jack Stallcop Harold Warner Milton Worley i National forestry honoi-ary founded at the University of Washington in 1908 to secure and maintain a high standard of scholarship in forest education, to work for the upbuilding of the profession, and to promote fraternal relations among earnest workers in forest activities. Students with junior standing in the upper two-fifths of their class are eligible. OFFICERS: Forester Alfred T. Hildman Associate Forester Arthur Mottet Secretary-Fiscal Agenl ' _. -.. Floyd Dickinson Ranger Donald Hill FACULTY MEMBERS: James L. Alexander Bror L. Grondol ? l lama J l Top: Osterman, DeShazo. Bottom: Nylund. Walter H. Meyer J. Kenneth Pearce Floyd Schmoe Frederick Wangaard Dean Hugo Winkenwerder Eugene Zumwalt HONORARY MEMBERS: MEMBERS: Glen Antonie Donald Bailey Attilio Compona Floyd Dickinson Clinton Haring PLEDGES: William Allyn Wallace Appleton William Benecke Joseph Bogdan William Davies Von Demick W. G. Weigle Alfred T. Hildmon Donald Hill Allen Lyon Jess Miller Arthur Mottet Richard Grant Vernon Hollen Martin Hendrickson Paul Liniger Daniel Olin Walter Peterson Top: Hildman. Mottet. Bottom; Dickinson, Hill. Col. W. B. Greely Peter Nicolaevsky Phimister Proctor Daniel Soderlin Corson Williams Domnic Roletto O. Harry Shrader Charles Simpson Alexander Smith Jay Todd Earle Wilcox Founded in 1912 at Michigan State College to promote scholarship, leadership and research in the field of home economics and to further a world-wide movement of home economics. Washington chapter founded in 1922. 105 hours ' credit with a " B " average are required for membership. OFFICERS: President ...Ruby Osterman Vice-President Bernice Winsor Secretary... Minnie Ruth De Shazo IJ yyt I T f yt Treasurer Juliana Nylund Editor Martha Trowbridge a A u FACULTY MEMBERS: Jeannette A. Bliss Grace G. Denny HONORARY MEMBER: MEMBERS: Phyllis Anderson Barbara Borhek Jessie Burch Betty Clowson Minnie Ruth De Shozo Jean Dobb Morie Ellert Martha Dressiar Effie I. Raitt Jennie I. Rowntree Blanche Payne Phyllis Klinker Virginia Lee Evelyn Lude Maxine McGary Helen Melton Juliana Nylund Ruby Osterman Mary Elizabeth Starr Margaret Terrell Miriam Parks Lorraine Purple Jean Rothenhoefer Margaret Synnestvedt Martha Trowbridge Bernice Winsor 181 i agii-g m National women ' s chemistry honorary founded at the University of Washington in 1911 to promote interest in chemistry among women stu- dents. A " B " average in all subjects Is required, with at least forty hours of chemistry. Top: Westfall, McCutcheon. Bot- tom; Cortelyou. Troescher. FACULTY MEMBERS: Martha Dresslar C. Claire Evans Julio Goodsell MEMBERS: Jane Burns Dorothy Cortelyou Elizabeth Elom, PLEDGES: Constance Alton Edith Arnold Rachel Hoffstadt E. Sanderson Radford Effie Roitt Alice Jones Anne McCutcheon Violet Ostroff Jean Boyle Jessie Burch OFFICERS President _. ._ Marjorle Westfall Vice-President Elizabeth Elam Secretary ___ Anne McCutcheon Treasurer _ Dorothy Cortelyou Faculty Advisor.. .E. Sanderson Radford Jennie Rowntree Olive Swain Marjorie Peterson Helen Schneider Marjorie Westfall Zeldo hfindin Men ' s honorary for distinguished students in chemistry and chemical engineering. The national was founded at the University of Illinois in 1899, the local chapter in I 9 I 0. A high scholastic standing and a major in chem- istry are the membership requirements. OFFICERS: T l n I J President Clinton M. Kelley A rlL J CintV (lYce? e 6ey ..Clayton Huey Secretary Randal Hamm g I Treasurer Robert Paquette U y ILO h. Councilor Prof. W. L. Beuschlein Alumni Secretary. ...Thomas Doumani FACULTY MEMBERS: hienry K. Benson Kenneth A. Kobe W. L. Beuschlein Earl R. Norris William M. Dehn Sargent S. Powell MEMBERS: Walter I. Barnef Frank Grant Roy W. Bremner Donald Gustofson Charles Coughan Randall hHomm Anthony Centenoro Louie hlondlin George Clark Albert Hawkins James Cordiner G. Herbert Hemmen Thomas Doumon Clayton Huey Daniel Elam Wilhelm Jorgenson Cecil Friedman Clinton Kelley PLEDGES: A. Doyle Abbott Martin R. Broadbooks George Benoit ' William Elwell Irwin Berch Leonard Folts Julian Berch Robert Houston Rex J. Robinson V. SIvertz George McPhoIl Smith Gerald Kravik Alexander Leipper Elmer Logg Leslie Lowen Richard Million Ralph Moulton William Naylor Arthur Ness W. W. Newschwander Harvey Jacklns Frank Kenton D. LeGrond Ray MocDonold Uota Top: Kelfey. Huey. Bottom: Hamrti. Paquette. Herman V. Tartar Thomas G. Thompson Robert Paquette Irwin Pearl Archie Penlck Milton Porter Marshall Ramstod Walter C. Sands Robert Silver Thomas Sheehy Kenneth A. Wright Milton Pearl Charles Spoon Taff Toribora Lloyd West Founded of the University of Washington in 1 9 I 9, and organized to stim- ulate interest in medicine and enlighten the students on everyday medical problems. Students majoring in or interested in pre-medics are eligible. J te-Medlc OFFICERS: President Knute E. Berger, Jr. Vice-President . Carl Lofberg Secretary-Treasurer. Alice Ogden Top: Berger, Lofberg. Bottom: Ogden. FACULTY ADVISOR: John Locke V orcester MEMBERS: Clifford Anderson Henry Becker Knute Berger George Berglund Elizabeth Bush David Compton Richard Curtis Lewis England Joseph Finney Kozuo Fujihira Marjorle Jensen Wilhelm Jorgensen Carl Kennedy Robert King Carl Lofberg Richard Ly ' ord Dorothy h lcMillan Averly Nelson Albert Norris Alice Ogden Jan Ogden Mernbers of Pi Mu Chi, men ' s uppercloss pre-medic honorary society. William Paddock Frcnk Peters Clifford Phillips Jack Ponischll Lincoln Ries John Shui-tleff Maurice Wood Women ' s honorary allied medical fraternity founded at tho Un versity of Washington in 1919. Members are chosen from th3 fields of anatomy, bacteriology, nursing, physiology and pre-medics, with sixty hours ' credit and a " B " overage. l T-jaii ■ OFFICERS: L r l 1 President ... Betty Bartells mkW. 1 ■ Secretary .. . ..Alice Ogden Top; Bartells, Ogden. Bo Grske. tom Treasurer . . Harriet Giske FACULTY MEMBERS Henrietta Adams Evelyn Hall Rachel Hoffstadt Elizabeth Soule Julia Goodsell Doris Hirschmann Virginia Olcott Eileen Tuttle HONORARY MEMBERS: Helen Werby Mrs. James Berry Mrs. Melville Hatch Mrs. John Weinzlrl Mrs. J. L. Worcester Mrs. John Guberlet Mrs. E.V.Smith MEMBERS: Betty Bartells Harriet Giske Ella Jarvlmoki Alice Ogden Frances Barton Dorothy Hamre Dorothy Mallaghan Edna Robinson Betty Baxley Virginia Humphrey Janet McArthur Leono Sowlnski Jane Burns Millicent Johnson Marjorle Mitchell Marjorle Stith Priscllla Byrne Mary Johnston Lucy Novikov Mildred Tllley PLEDGES: Kotheryn Caldwell Evelyn Johns Virginia Reid Elizabeth Stuart Juliomary Ham Gertrude Lee Harriet Smith Suzy Welns Christine McKenzIe Gail Squires Siama 183 mm m M First Row; Alford. Baten. Benbow, Boerhave. Boppell, Bowles, Conyers, Davis- Second Row: Dewar. Dodds. Earlywlne, Eitertson. Evans. Ewart, Gamble, Gunn. Third Row: Ham. Hasemeier, D.Johnson. V.Johnson, Lawrence. McCormiclt. Merrick. Muir, Fourth Row: Nicholson, Puistorfi, Schonborn, Scott. Speer. Stacy, Stenerson. Sullivan. Fifth Row: Thomson, Turnbull, Vincent. Whipple. Whitfield. Wyman. Lee. Nafional organization founded in 1930 at the Univer- sity of West Virginia; the local chapter was chartered in 1932. Any woman student who participates in Presby- terian activities and has a 2.6 grade average while at- tending the University is eligible for membership. Its purpose is to further wholesome Christian fellowship and m f • % g ■% to train leaders for the church of tomorrow. hi Clnl L QLta officers: President --. Mary R. Turnbull Vice-President Virginia Lee CA iiiTv LjckiDcD Recording Secretary Marion Conyers K, ru y- ' - Corres. Secretary. .Margaret Nicholson Miss Effie I. Rett Treasurer Thelma Danilson MEMBERS: Ruth Baten Dorothy Dewar Dorothy Margaret Johnson Helen Quistorff Marian Thomson Mary Louise Benbow Roberta Dodds Venetta Johnson Emojean Saunders Mary Turnbull hiilda Boerhave Charlotte Earlywine Virginia Lawrence Marian Schonborn Lucile Vincent Jean Boppell Poinsettia Evans Virginia Lee Lois Speer Margaret Vv ' esson Ruth Bowles Margaret Ewart Ruth McCormick Laura Stenerson Mary Celia Whipple Marian Conyers Ruth Gahnberg Edith Muir Doris Sullivan Evelyn Wohlers Thelma Danilson Barbara Gamble Margaret Nicholson Virginia Sutherland Ruth Wymon PLEDGES: Violet Alford Jane Eilertson Mary Ann Hasemeier Phyllis Johnson Janice Scott Dorothy Dandeneau Dorothy Gunn Edith Herber Annette Lowman Marian Stacy Valero Davis Jullamory Ham Jane Howe Rebecca Merrick Margaret Whitfield ' N .V iMm m First Row: Ahrens, B. Anderson. M. Anderson. Atkinson, Ben skin, Boyd, Bro Graham, Hagerstrom, Ham, Hawthorne, Haaqan, Third Row Row; McComb, Mcllraith, Mohn, Murdock, Mi ' Taggart, Vassmer, Waldbjorn. Sixth Row: Wald . Atkinson, Benskin, Boyd, Brown, Burnett, Da I by. Second Row: Ewing, Gardiner, Gosse, H. Graham. J. an. Third Row; H off stater. Hooper, Hotchkiss. Johnson, Jones, Kosher, Krieger. Ludwick, Mackie. Fourth lurphy. Nelson, Racine, Randies. Ricketts. Fifth Row: Romick, Roscoe, Salmela. Scott. Smith, Summerill, dron, Walker. Warner, Wasson. Webber, Whitfield, Woodcock, Young. ' a na Tail xlLpri OFFICERS: MEMBERS: Noda Ahrens Sei ' aldine Ainslie Jeon Allen Beth Andei " son Miriam Anderson Cora Atkinson Edna Lou Benskin Dorothy Blackmer Martha Bliss Bernlce Bloechlinger Lyia Blodgett Lenore Borella President ..Evelyne Murdock Vice-President Betty Summerlll Secretary Florence Boyd Treasurer Jeon Walker Founded In 1936 at the University of Washington to promote friendship and service among University Rain- bow women. Its members are Rainbow Girls chosen for scholarship and activity. Florence Boyd Kathleen Brennon Bettylee Brown Roberta Brown Alice Burnett Josephine Chorlet Margaret Chrlstensen Clara Ann Craig Gwen Dolby Betty Estabrook Virglnio EwIng Jeon Gardner Isobelle Gosse hielen Graham Jeon Grahom Irene hlogerstrom Juliamory Ham Lore Beth hHorrold Doi " othy hHawthorne Caroline hieck Helen Hemen Marion Hoagon Harriet Hoffstater Lenore Hooper Alice Hotchkiss Venetto Johnson Lila Mae Jones Bessie Kosher Alberta Krieger Rowene Leonard Rhoda Ludwick Florence Lutz Frances Lutz Jeonnette Mackle Ellen McComb Kothryn Mcllraith Betty Mohn Evelyne Murdock Juddy Murphy Betty Nelson Betty Lou Racine Kaye Randies Shirley Ricketts Marie Louise Romick Alice Roscoe Juliet Rudolph Marie Salmela Janice Scott Catherine Selander Shirley Smith May Stongeby Betty Summerlll Elceno Taggart Harriet Thompson Bernlce Vassmer Margaret Woldbioi ' n Helen Waldron Frances Walker Jeonnette Walker Esther Warner Wlllette Wasson Priscllla Webber Margaret Whitfield Doris Woodcock Cloro Young r innulgm 1 First Row: Alfcens, Anderson, Beck, Berg. R. Bernhoft, S. Bernhoft, Brown, Cox, Dool. Second Row: Ficken, Foster. Hall, Hanson, Hennmg, Hirst. E, Hopkins, R. Hopkins, Ingman. Third Row: Johnson, Keller, Kubley, Lagergren, McCullough, H. McLean, J. McLean, Miller, Moyer. Fourth Row: Paul Radelet, Race. F. Reed. R. Reed, V. Reed. Ringstad, Robertson, Runstad. Fifth Row: Schoettler, Shelton, Simpkins, Sipprell. J. Stewart T. Stewart ' Strandberg. Sullivan, Thompson. Sixth Row: M. Tropea, R. Tropea, Walker, Waters, Wentworth, Wernecke, Weschenfelder. Founded on the University campus in 1935 for the pur- i I I pose of aiding Alaskan students, fostering friendship Hl LCLjK.CL LU-V , among them, and making the University " Alaska con- scious. " OFFICERS: HONORARY MEMBERS: Helen Murree Beck Reno Cox w ' -® ' ' !® ' ' -. r-o- . J °T ' ?T Harriet Mahlstrom Mrs. Harriet Pullen Vice-President.,. Richard Henry Radelet Secretary- 1 reasurer Bettylee Brown FACULTY MEMBERS: Dean Mllnor Roberts J. V. Fordon Founder Robert Henning MEMBERS: Doris Dool Rebecco Hopkins Herbert McLeon Verno Reed Genevieve Strandberg Marpne Aikens John Enge Gordon Ingman Emma Miller Geroldlne Ringstad Doris Sullivan Agnes Anderson Margoret Ferguson Roy Jockson Edword Mlze Carol Robertson Morion Thompson Keith Anderson Arthur Ficken Moriorie Johnson Yukona Moyer Elliott Robertson Marie Tropea Virginia Berg Morion Foster Shirley Keller Clorence Olson Norma Runstod Rose Tropea Rlchord Bernhoft Roy Hall Norma Kubley Fred Paul Ellzobeth Schoettler Jack Von Zonten Stanley Bernhoft De Ette Honson Earl Logergren Richard Radelet Myro Shelton Glenora Waters Lylo Blodgett Robert Henning Joe MocKechnie William Roce Barbara Simpkins Max Wells John A. Borges Ruth Hirst Asa Martin Fronk Reed Wlnnifred Ann Sipprell Ernestine Wentworth William Chandler Edith Hopkins June McCullagh Richard Reed Jeonnette Stewart Claire Wernecke Richard Dote Jim Hopkins Tom Stewort Ernest Weschenfelder a:. .S.(2.£. Upper Left — Top Row: Hecht- man. Jorvl, Johnson, Bishop, Gardner. Bottom Row: Carl- son, Clork, Wickstrom, Hurst, Shields. Upper Right — Top Row: O " - Donnell, Gillam, Glebov. Drake, Dennis. Bottom Row: Blue. Lin- den, Wohlborg, Tonetti. Center Left: Prof. Fred H. Rhodes, Ingman. Hill, Gount- lett, Pauw. Gowdey. Center Right — Top Row: Knight, Monnes, Anderson, Gulp, Schuehle, Cooper. Bot- tom Row: McClure, Mittet, Nelson, Endres, Chenoweth. Lower — Top Row: Dike. Burkebile. Skov, Swanson. Mor- ton. Bottom Row: Cedergren, Gentle. Date, McMohon. (Picture on opposite poge) The local chapter of the American Institute of Electrical Engineers was founded in 1924. Its purpose Is the advancement of the theory and practice of electrical engineering and the allied arts and sci- ences, the establishment of contact between students and professional men. and the development of members toward their profession. OFFICERS: Chairman .. Vice-Chairmon . Sec ' y-Treosurer . Faculty Adviser. Roy A. Peterson Robert Bergseth Halvor T. Strondrud ...Prof. Roy Llndblom § FACULTY MEMBERS: Lyoll B. Cochran . Austin V. Eastman . George hHoard . Roy Llndblom . Dean E. A. Loew . C. Edward Mognusson . Gordon Shuck . George Smith. § MEMBERS: J. Anderson . Robert Bergseth . Lave Bres- olin . Floyd Burton . Rush Chase . Jules Cohen . Frederick Criddle . Ernest Dodge . Lyie Gleason . Dwight Gow- dey . Elmer Grankull . Lawrence FHaner . Byron hHovens . Thomas Jeffs . Fred Kalbach . E. R. Kennedy . Byron Knudson . James Lambrecht . Richard LInkletter . William Lindsey . Henry Loew . Philip Mognusson . Marion Modlsette . N. Nlshlsako . Elmer Nygren . Stanley Oliver . Roy Peterson . Carl Pflugmacher . Milton Pierce . John Pruett . Neil Sandstedt . hHolvor Strondrud . D. Tonobe . Philip Vulliet. nrr AMM tf.li aami Tfjl . J7. £. £. Upper Left: Llnklet+er, Chase. Knudson. Loew, Crlddle, Pierce. Upper Right: Gleoson, Modi- sette, Clirnenson, Dodge. Center Left: Burton. Pflug- — acher. Anderson, Bresolin. Pruett. Center Right: Fourot, Lindsay, Lombrecht, Kennedy. Lower: Honer. Nishisaka, Bloke, Nygren, Mognusson. The Woshington Chap+er of the American Society of Civil Engi- neers was founded in 1920 to promote social and professional inter- course among its members; to advance engineering scholarship; and to encourage professional standards. Anyone interested in civil engi- neering is eligible for membership. PicTure on opposiie poaej OFFICERS: President _ John Gauntle+t Vice-President _ .. ..Allen E. Hill Secretary-Treasurer Adrian Pauw Senior Engineering Council Rep... Gordon Ingman Junior Engineering Council Rep. Dwight Gowdey Faculty Adviser Fred H. Rhodes, Jr. § SENIOR MEMBERS: Lowell Anderson . Ronald Bishop . Jock Blue . Vernon Burkebile . Glen Butterfield . Harry Chenoweth . Carl Cooper . Dennis Culp . Richard Dote . Avis Dennis . John Dodds . George Endres . John Gaunt- lett . VV ' illiam Gillam . Jean Glebov . Allen Hill . Gordon Ingman . Ralph Knight . Arthur Linden . Tsze Ling Luke . W. Carter McClure . Robert McKinstry . Leonard McMahon . Holger MIttet . Toivo Nelson . Henry O ' Donnell . Adrian Pauw . Robert Rouze . Robert Schuehle . Harold Sexton . Philip Snnithmeyer . Theodore Swanson . Leo Tonetti . Karl V ahlborg . Byron V ilkerson. § JUNIOR MEMBERS: Torkjel Carlson . William Chandler . Byron Clark . Charles Dike . Roy Gardner . Ernest Gentle . Dwight Gowdey . Robert Hechtmon . James Howe . Harold Hurst . Albert Jarvi . Clifford Johnson . Giro Kubo . Albert Plummer . William Robinson . Harry Roller . James Shields . William Smith . John Wheatley . Keith Wickstrom . Florenz Zorovlch. § SOPHOMORE MEMBERS: Charles Adams . Howard Horstod . Conrad Mannes. 189 Top: Atkinson. Cannpbell. Bottom; Jackson, Emmons. Fo.unded on the University of Washington campus in 1935 for the purpose of bettering the University by select- ing more capable candidates for office and by keeping student politics on a level that will benefit the school. Membership is composed of two freshmen and two soph- omores from each organized house and a number of in- dependents. OFFICERS: Chairman hlowley Atkinson Vlce-Chairman Richard B. Campbell Secretary Patsy Jackson Treasurer __ hiarris Emmons PkaL any. EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE: Virginia Alderson Ernestine Eileen Driscoll Dale Gaeth Donald Zorn SOPHOMORE MEMBERS: Gertrude Anderson Lois House Beth McLavey Ella Mead Jean Seligman Mono Firnstahl Barbara McHardie Virginia Champney Patricia Jackson Betty Lake Marjorie King Mary Jane McGroth Geroldlne Howe Jean Claire Ransom Ruth Baten Barbara Rankin Geneva Hewes Shirley Frollch Phyllis Shields Morgoret Wilson Eileen Driscoll Thelma Saito Patricia Souder Mary Norris Kathleen Dillon Mildred Helgerson Dorothy Seamans Peggy Barton Marvel Donley Beth Cheetham Evno Robinson Harris Emmons Richard Campbell Allan Evans Neil Christensen Malcolm Clark Paul Marmont Jack White Francis Bergerson Pot Dorsey Harry d ' Evers Frank Pierce Donald Calvin Raymond Seefeldt Norman Gorfkle Zeph Lone Ronald Rix Walter Shelton Hawley Atkinson Ferdinand Schneider FRESHMAN MEMBERS: Josephine Ford Barbara Ridgeway Robena Larson Beverly Eastham Bea Holmes Helen Bossetti Vivian Leanderson Gertrude Chess Jean Porteguese Betty Brouillette Betty Sayles Ernestine Brown Charlotte Field Rosemary Stewart Clarice Atkinson Ardene Fairbrook Betty Belle Morrison Virginia Alderson Helen Crawford Miriam Lilygren Cleata Gunn Camille Ness Janet Dunlop Lorraine Peregrine Lois Boutin Margaret Kelly Jocelyn Dohm Rhodesa Orphan Dorothy La Gasa Grace Milliman Genevieve Strondberg Ellen Crosby Grace Croucher Marjorie Stone Harriette Dore Marie Howel Julius Mattson Howard Stewart Richard Boughfell Herbert Ennen James Lewis Robert Mason David Bogue Edward Brachy Donald Zorn Robert Graham Robert Kogy Horry Galloway Fred McFarlond Max Kuney Robert Phillips Stewart Rumalne Robert Knight Dole Goeth William Rogers Gilbert Lane Charles Larrowe Jay De Friel John Ashbaugh Earl McCoy Thaddeus Grosscup Donald Klrby 190 roteit eiub Founded at the University of Washington in 1908 to promote fellowship among students in the College of For- estry and in the Northwest. All students and faculty members in the College of Forestry are eligible for mem- bership. OFFICERS: President . . Clinton Haring Vice-President Walter Austin Secretary-Treasurer Virgil Carrell Senior Rep. on Executive Council - Charles Simpson Junior Rep. on Executive Council - Eorle Wilcox Sophomore Rep. on Executive Council Fritiof Ekhoim Freshman Rep. on Executive Council.. Kirk Cooper Senior Rep. on Engineering Council.... Hubert Wilson Junior Rep. on Engineering Council... Von Demick Top; Manng, Austin. Bottom: Carrell. FACULTY MEMBERS: J. L. Alexander Bror L. Grondal Walter H. Meyer J. K. Pearce Floyd W. Schmoe O. H.Schrader Frederick F. Wangaard Dean Hugo Winkenwerder Eugene V, Zumwalt HONORARY MEMBER: Mrs. Agnes Heoly Anderson MEMBERS: Upperclassmen — William Allyn Bernard Anderson Harold Anderson Frank Ansley Glenn Antonle Wallace Appleton Woltei- AusHn Donald Bailey William Bernecke Melvin Bergman James Bethel Cortland Black Joseph Bogdan John Bruckort Virgil Carrell Victor Carter Kenneth Chaplin Roy Conn Robert Craig William Culbertsop Jack Daly Robert Davenport Williom Dovies Merton Dawley Van Buren Demick Raymond DesCamp Malcolm Dick Floyd Dickinson Harris Erickson John Foy Thomas Fleming James Flint John Geerds Leon Goncharov Richard Goodall Scott Gonsecki Spencer Gross Richard Grant William Greene Williom Hogenstein Vernon Hallin Robert Hardy Clinton Haring M. Heintzelman Mai " tin Hendrickson Donald Hill Alfred Hildmon James Holmes Lloyd Hume William Hutton Brooks Johnson Paul Kachin Jock Keriee John Kjosness Howard Kohnke Robert Kuhn Paul Liniger Elmer Lofgren Edwin Loners Dennis McKenney Wilhelm Magelssen Edwin Malloy Manford Martin Horvey McWIIIioms Kenneth Meier Arthur Mottet Benjamin Natwick Peter Nicoloevsky Dan Clin Alfred Opdohl Clifford Parr Lawrence Pattison Michael Phillips Maurice Poimiroo Alvin Pearson William Peterson Willard Prott John Price Phimister Proctor G. Ramstead Robert Randall Paul Reister James Ridgeway David Robinson David Robson Edgar Rochelle Domnic Roietto James Ross Reino Sariin Frederick Schuett Charles Simpson Alexander Smith Doniel Soderlind Fred Stecher Clai ' ence Stone Ralph Stryker Thomas Taylor Adrian Thrupp Jay Todd Charles Triol M. Turrey Melvin Twerdol Paul Voschenko Eorle Wilcox B. Williams Charles Wilson Robert Wonn Otto Woods Underclassmen — George Abendschein Vance Alberg Carl Altenberg H. E. Anderson H. S. Anderson Edward Anderson Walter Andreassen Kipling Aslln Robert Bailey Thomas Bornes Martin Basner Hazen Botchelor Alfred Bamford Roy Banta R. Beeman Lamar Bentley B. Berndt John Berrien Eudore Berry Myron Block William Baehl Albert Boley Roy Bradley Rolph Brinck Clifford Bryden Robert Bulchis Robert Bunn John Burnett John Camei ' on William Cassell Carl Christenson Ralph Clark Kirk Cooper Jack Corkery George Conway Jock Coskey Clark Cross Fletcher Daniels Robert Demick Harold Deery Harold Dempster Stanley Dibble Bernard Douglass Woi " i ' en Drake Harold Drebin Joe Dubai! Gordon Edrfs Franklin Eggersgluess Fritiof Ekhoim Dovid Erickson William Field Roscoe Files Ronold Flshbock John Forbing James Fronckum Donald Eraser Robert Gehrman Rudolph Gerl George Gifford Guy Gifford E. Glaser David Goodglick Normon Gore Matt Goi ' mley Robei ' t Grimm Vernon Halbert Charles Hodd Frank Hart Roderick Harvey Norbert Hartman George Haskett Halley Hoem K. Honnel Norman Holmes Carl Holl George Holloway Donald Hopkins Roy Hoi " ne Ralph Howard Richard Hughes Cai " ( Hupmon William James Brooks Johnson Cecil Jones Harold Jones Lloyd Jorgenson Robert Kagy T. Kelly Jim Kinkead John Kllnkam Alvin Klotz Thomas Koenemon Elmer Lahtl Hubei " t Lomeureaux E. Lonont William Larson Bernard Leahy Paul Lein George Leadbetter Hugh Little J. Lofgren Normon Lough John Lowe R. MacNeil John Main John Madding John Mortinson William McBrlde John McBrlde Robert Mclntyre Robert McNamaro Harry McCormIck Eug ene McMechan Maxwell Meyring Victor Micholson H. Miilhorn Clorke Moore Jomes Moscrip Edgar Murnen Richard Navarre Corbett Nelson T. Nelson F. Newman Denny Noonan Alfred Nuttoll Edward Nyholm Ivan Olson G. Patterson William Peters Irving Pratt Howord Price William Price Hugh Pawllngs Clinton Reynolds Forrest Ritscher F. Roscoe Frederick Rosenwelg Paul Rutledge John Safstrom Paul Schaffroth Raymond Sill James Simklns G.Smith Max Smith Willard Smith William Snell Martin Sorenson Kenmour Spencer Corl Stevens R.SteIr Russell Stockton Alvin Sulman Wolter Sutherland Raymond Swenson John Taylor Robert Telford Harold Thornqulst Edword Triol Thomas Tryon Wellmon Turney Charles Tulloch M. Van Winkle Ted Wassord DeWitt Whitman Wilbur Wlllhlght George WisnIskI Harry Young 191 First Row; Aikens, Anderson, Ansart, Bannister, Baten, Bird. Brilhart, Buckman. Second Row: Buckmaster, Campbell. Carlson, Coates, Dyer, Ekdahl, Fryar, Hall. Third Row: Hammer, Hanson, Harrison. Hayward, Hemrich. Hoffstater. Holman, Hoyos. Fourth Row: Hulbush] Huntoon, Ingram. Johnson, Jones, Kalushe, Kirltland, Mankey. Fifth Row: McClelland. McComb. McElroy, Meacham, Olson, Rice, Rob- inson, Rolin. Sixth Row: Schunke, Swanson, Tucker, Wohlers, Fleming, Barnett, Johnson. yw,e. . A member of the Y.W.C.A. of the U.S.A., a participant In the World ' s Student Christian Federation, the Univer- sity Y.W.C.A., with a membership of approximately 1000. unites in its purpose to make full ond creative life possible for all people. STAFF: General Secretary Louise Fleming Assistant Secretary Virginia Norwood Barnett Office Manager Ruth Benham Johnson CABINET: President Ruby Coates Vice-President J eon Dyer Secretory .Jacqueline Kalushe Treasurer Margaret Campbell COUNCIL MEMBERS: Marjorie Aikens Carolyn Fryar Evelyn Anderson Helen Vern Holl Horriet Ansort Kathryn Hammer Elizabeth Bannister DeEtte Hanson E lsie Bucl mon Ruth Ekdahl Leah KIrkland Frances Lew Eleanor Monkey Betty Meacham Margaret Odlin Irene Olson Margei ' y Robinson Fi ' itzi Swanson Essey Tucker Nell Turner Evelyn Wohlers Ruth Baten Eleanor Bird Mory Brilhart Betty Buckmaster Floi ' ence Carlson Jeannette Dinius Margaret Dolby Marie Ellert Vivian Freelund Fronces Harrison Leoh Hoyword Doi ' is Hemrich Horriet Hoffstotei Harriet Holmon Nina Hoyos Joyce Hulbush Mory Ann Jones Betty McClellond Ellen McComb Mory Ellen McElroy Louise Partymiller Charlotte Rou Zoic Rice Mory Richards Elizabeth Robinson Adele Schunke Valentine Stonjolsky Morgaret Huntoon Jane Storhow Dona Ingram Morgaret Winger SOPHOMORE CABINET: President Dorothy Johnson Vice-President .-- Nona Fumerton Secretary Claire Holcomb Treasurer _ Ro:e Catherine Eorley FRESHMAN CABINET: President Beverly Rolin Vice-President Nancy Taft Secretory Phyllis Howard Treasurer Jane Eilertsen 192 jil k; m Upper Left: Eogleson Hall. Upper Right: Sands+rom, Bates, Cox. Burwell. Center Left — Top Row: Os- terhout. Prentice. Jocobus, Patterson, Bonta, Edris, Thorn- quist. Leodbetter, Kippen. Middle Row: Cartens, Baker. Morriott, Hammons. Young, Ferch. Bottom Row: Petterson, Smith, Zuber, Balkemo, Men- ord. Center Right: Swonberg, Baker. Loucks, Seamans. Lower Left — Top Row: Botes, Anderson, McLaren. Von Stockum, Bentley, Smith. Mid- dle Row: Sondsfrom. McCoy, Marriott, Burwell, Royal. Bot- tom Row: Griggs, Pree. Lower Right: Winners of the Sweepstakes in the Annual Membership Campaign. The University of Washington Y.M.C.A. wos founded in 1888. Eogleson Hall was erected In 1922 for all men students. The purpose of the organization Is to create a fellowship of students and faculty who desire to discover the highest Ideals of Christian living and serv- ice, end to have a part in making these ideals operative on the campus and throughout the world. The local organization Is affiliated with the National Student Council of the Y.M.C.A. and with the World ' s Student Christian Federation. y.M. .-(i. STAFF: OFFICERS: General Secretary .-Herbert L. Seomans President ._ Ass ' t Secretary Rev. Chester H. Loucks Vice-President Freshman Counsellor . Miner Baker Secretary Office Secretary _ __Ruth Swonberg Treasurer . .George Sandstrom ..Kenneth Cox Trane Burwell Alan Bates § BOARD OF TRUSTEES: Henry Elliott — Chairman . Henry Burd — Vlce-Chalrman . William Sander — Treasurer . Hugh P. Brady . Joseph Demmery . F. B. Forquharson . John E. Guberlet . Tollmadge Hamilton . Matthew W. Hill . William S. Hopkins . Edward Kimmell . Herbert S. Little . Charles Strother . Arthur Symons . Richard G. Tyler . Sandy McLaren . Nat Washington. § STUDENT BOARD: Sidney Anderson . Alan Botes . Lamar Bentley . Trane Bui-well . Melville Corbin . Kenneth Cox . Paul Johnson . Cleland Marriott . Keith McCoy . Henry Pree . Roy Royal . George Sandstrom . Homo Smith . Ronald Van Stockum . Harry Warne. 193 SS m Catholic student activity honorary. Alpha chapter founded at the Uni- versity of Washington in 1927. Members are chosen from upperclass students who are prominent in Newman Club activities. Annette Hal Top; Baisch, Corwin. Bottom: Pohl- man. FACULTY MEMBER: MEMBERS: Virginia Brownell Louise Corwin PLEDGES: Frederick Baisch OFFICERS: President _ Recording Secretary Virginia Brownell Corresponding Secretary. Bernadette Johnston Treasurer George Mead Marshall - - Esther Johnston nko John Fordan Jack Fairbank Mitchell Gasparovich Marion Pahlman Douglas Murray John Sheehy Paul Parks This first unit of the Booster Club actively boosts the University. The promotion of a friendly feeling between the University end the rest of the state and cementing of a lasting bond between the University and Grays hiarbor students are its purposes. Gtau5 -ffatlrot OFFICERS: President.. Andrew V inberg, Jr. Vice-President Henry Novak Secretary Geraldine Adkins Treasurer . Goyle Rychard Sergeant-at-Arms ...James Quigg FACULTY MEMBERS: Cflulf A.S. E eardsley Dean Herbert T. Condon Dean Edward H. Louer ' f Winberg, Novak. Bottom; , Rychard. Win W. Bird Capt. J.G. Cooper Angelo Pellegrini MEMBERS: Carol Byfes Burton Alexander Foofe Robert Kovaney Howord Forrest Oakland Momle Roulet Geraldine Adkins Jean Campbell Martin Fronciscovlch Rinord W.Keller JohnOldfield Andrew Roue Arvid Anderson Mary Louise Compbell Paul Frederickson Judson Klingberg PotO ' Leory Julius Ruiz Gertrude Anderson Mark Canterbury Ashley Fuller Alexander Kretz Uavvy Robert Oliver Joe Ryan Jane Apple James Carberry Harry Galloway Edward Krupski Harold Ove Gail Rychord Vance Apple Herbert Carlson Joseph Gasparovich Alno Loukkonen Clifford Parr John Shopton Everett Austin Lester Carlson Mitchell Gasparovich Maria Lillsjo Frederick Peterson James Howard Skog Eugene Avey Frank Chick Anthony Gasparovich Carl Lofberg George Phillips Margaret Jane Smith Harry Bacchus Elsie Chilman John Gauntlett Ted Lund Glodys Phillips James Stewort Kurt Bargmeyer William Coldiron Stanley Gillies Lois Markey Richendo Phillips Margaret Stewart Paul Beoudoin Emery Colkett John Girard Dennis McKenney Emily PItchford John Straczek Robert Bell Homer Curtis Don Goss Christina MocKenzie Jock Randolph Ponlschil Vernon Stroh Paul Betzold Jack Darrough Kay Graham Archie McPhee John Porter Andrew Sutton Daniel Bitar Glenn Davidson Kothryn Groves George Carl Martinson Ermo Louise Putmon Mox Taylor Charles Bond Virglnio Davis Vernon Holbert John Martin Martinson James QuIgg Orlond Vines Rink Bond Grace Dolan Walter Hansen Mildred lone Moule Vera Alice Roll Charles Walker Mary Jane Bousefield James Dolon William Hardy Marie Meyer William Reosoner Robert Walker Jean Brochvogel Marvel Donley Robert Harrlage MorgaretJeon Miller Carroll Reinhort Marion Wandell Elaine Brower Ruth Durney Dolly Helberg Wlllord Miller Gilbert Roberts Robert Watkins Clyde Brov n Gordon Ediund Robert Higley Marjory Moch Stuart Robertson Marguerite Wilkie Donald Brown Leslie Ediund Norinne Houghlond Robert Moch Georgeanne Robertson Keith Wills Glenn Brown Clarence Ellison Elmer Hukarl Richard Charles Morris Lorimer Robertson Andrew M. Winberg Fronk Bubnick Jane Emerson Albert Hulbert Seymour Nelson John Rockwell Louise Mavis Wood Mary Jane Bustruck Jack Ford Ade Joskar Henry Novak Alexander Rosenkrontz Katharine Ann Wesl Marguerite Butler Morie Forgey Edward R. Johnston Alfred Nuttoll Thomas Neil Ross Viono Wuori 194 - ' i: Founded at the University of Washington in 1926 to encourage ethical and social unity among nursing students. All students registered in the Nursing Education department are eligible for membership. A utiei BOARD OF CONTROL: Alice Anderson Jean Lund FACULTY MEMBERS: Henrietta Adams Genevieve Leach MEMBERS: Geroldine Ainslie Doris Aldrich Alice Anderson Eleanor Berg Eleanor Baker Lillian Biehner Hester Bigelow Hilda Boerhave Esther Bovier Elizabeth Buckley Marguerite Butler Grace Carman Irene Casebeer Madeleine Christie Huldah Cooke Edith Countryman Dorothy Donley Eva Jane Dugger Marjorie Fager Sally Fitzpatrick Geroldine Fletcher Ethel Grandy Ruth Hall Elsie Hamerly Louise Hansen Freda Helny Paulo Horton Loia Howorth Barbara Hullock OFFICERS: President ._ Gail Squires Vice-President .-_. ._, Helen Moy Secretary .__ _ ..Ruth Smith Treasurer Sarah Turner Mary Robbins Ottilia Sprecher Kathleen Leahy Elizabeth S. Soule Virginia Olcott Marjorie Hutchinson Elsie Magnuson Evelyn Johns Christine McKenzie Alice Johnson Mary McLean Millicent Johnson Christine McLeod Charlotte Kaufmonn Ruby March Nancy KIntner Solly Mercer Vivian Leanderson Jean Miller Charlotte Llnd Ruth Lovas Margaret Lowler Ruth Ludwlck Jean Lund Betty McCormick Marjorie McGraw Jean McKee Helen Moy Helen Murphy Kotherlne Mussatto Judith Ogle Pearl Peterson Kathleen Price Betty Reed Edith Robson Top: Squires, Moy. Bottom: Smith. Turner, Margaret Rosen May Russey Laura Schook Kothryn Scholl Blllle Schuck Norma Shervey Ruth Smith Ruth H. Smith Shirley Smith Helen Solid Dorothy Sowo Ottilia Sprecher Gail Squires Evelyn Strochllo Cora Lee Steele May Stover Myra Sniffen Elsie Taylor Marjorie Tegtmeler Irene Thomas Jeannette Tlngvoll Margaret Toohey Sarah Turner Lillian Upham Ann Walsh Grace Watson Marjorie Whitfield Emma Wlllmore Charlotte Wilson Irene Yeager Founded at the University of Washington In 1910. Membership Is chosen from women majoring or minoring in physical education. OFFICERS: President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Margaret J. Wilson Louise Ingalls Thayer Hills . Isabel Boone Top: Wilson, Bocne. Ingalls. Bottom: FACULTY MEMBER: GRADUATE MEMBERS: Jane Barraugh Elolse Bernhoft Margaret Garrison Florence Getzendaner Nancy Harvey Vivian Hougen Rebecca Hopkins Mary Jane Bloser Barbara Cleme nt SENIOR MEMBERS: Isabel Boone Louise Corwin Doris Delzer JUNIOR MEMBERS: Dorothy Bell SOPHOMORE MEMBERS: Sigrid Bergerson Lois Hosklns Virginia Garrison PLEDGES: Eorlene Brown Clara Engel Enid Golvln Delores Garrison Dorothy Hitchcock Maxine Lee Aldeen Low Eula Howard Louise Ingalls Avis Johnson Kothryn Keys Pat Hogman Thayer Hills Aurora Klpperberg Juonito Loomis Barbara McCurdy Janet Ohman Dorothy Peden Dorothy MacLeon Mary Lou Graham Elsie Morris Gertrude Nelson Helen Nelson Natalie Olmstead Edna Soer Henrietta Sparks Theo Hills Barbara Hlxon Shirley Rlcketts Freda Shepherd Jeannette Shumm Zoe Smith Nancy Jean Temple Florence Rattray Olive Robertson Frances Rohrback Helen Thompson Ariel Stout Ruth Wahlborg Margaret J. Wilson Dorothy Shipton Natalie Smith Margaret Wilson Gene Vradenburg Betty Wornock Carlyn Williams 195 ■fltkletic5 w, o ' - ' CSV .,.-: j k ' mWVgtWWiW WWM MfWi ( I. And look what the crew brought horns from Europe! 2. Wiatrak, Mondola on the balcony (Ah, Romeo) while By Haines munches o banana. 3. Les Hollenbeck takes his crew sweater for on airing on Mt. Baker. 4. The couches talk it oyer before the Col regatta on Lake Washington last year: Ebright, Ulbrickson, Nogler, and Bolles. 5. Ev Austin just " looks on " at the Santo Anita races. 6. Fran Bergerson was afraid Friti Wasco- witz ' s ears wouldn ' t show up in this pic- ture with Firmo Breda and Bob Shaefer, Kappa Sigs. Y E S Y A G O T T A B E F O O T B A L L H E R O I 1. Etrey Stevens doesn ' t let a little thing like gravitation bother him. 2. The monks at Santa Barbara Mission and the Rose Bowl squad. The monks, who knew many of the players by name, obtained special permission to listen to the gome over the rodto. 3. Steve " Mae West " Slivinski and friend. 4. The bench ' Wormers look with longing eyes white the basketball teom cavorts In practice. 5. The footboll team sits around and tries to relax before Pasadena at their hide-out at the El Encanto Hotel. 6. Coach Ulbrickson shouts orders to the crew, ond George Pocock and newspap«rman go for a sight- seeing tour. if Z4S i ,. The lates in football wear i. coyly displayed by Margaret Roehm and Movae Jones. 2. Which just goes to show that Jimmy Johnston and Tony Gasparovich real- ly are good-looking. 3 The big stick salutes the flog during , the national anthem, and Dove Moginnis, Bob Moch, George Worry, Vic Palmason, and Walt Lunsford look anything but interested. j 4. Al Cruver gets away or another ■ii touchdown against O.S.C. ■| ' iM S. Helen Bossetti, boton wielder erfro- m spesh. ■ 6. Shirl Wilson takes the Husky mascot out on parade. P E E K S A T P R O D U C T S O F T H E M U S C L E F A C T O R Y - , i U P«fc.«i. ' CVf») I. Joe Krivanek, Daily football scribe, gets on exclusive Interview on " The Technique of Sweeping " from Vic Markov, I 2, Bill Greene, Ch! Pti footballman, gets his education. 3. No, this isn ' t a college boy working his way through school. ) 4. Bird-dog Paterson, left, smells a rat and ruins a good picture of the basketball team at Dunsmuir. 5. Red McClure kicks up his heels at the grandstands. 6. The photographer oske,d Chuck Wpgner to look soulful. jJLf-Tl ' ika (?oacliLna raculttf TO FOUR MEN — James Phelan, Alvin Ulbrickson, Clarence Edmundson, and Doi ' sett Graves — must go the bulk of the credit for the brilliant year of athletic achievement enjoyed by the Uni- versity of Washington. Experts in their chosen sports, they fielded teams not great only in technical brilliance, but outstanding as the finest in the ideals of collegiate sportsmanship. Washington is fortunate in claiming as her own these four, who brought home to this campus more honors than any college in the United States could claim in the realm of sports during 1936-37. A world rowing championship, three notional crew titles, a Pacific Coast Conference football crown, the Rose Bowl bid, and a mythical national basketball title were the highlights of their efforts. From the men whom they direct, they have won admiration and respect and from every Washington fan the whole-hearted support that comes of confidence In their ability. I THEY WORK hand-in-hand with Jim Phelan, do Pest Welch and Cotton Wilcox, assistant football coaches, and there aren ' t two better versed grid aides on the coast. Cotton pro- duces the backs and Pest keeps the reserves In shape for prac- tice combat. Clark HE RUBBED AWAY their ills did Click Clark, the pal of every Husky athlete. One of the finest trainers in the business. Click had a big year In handling champions in almost every sport. His job is to keep the boys in shape and that ' s just what he does with finesse. Wilcox 202 Upper — Sandy McClaren looms over the +wo-mi!e horizon. Lower — The Husky varsity flashes across the finish line to beat Col on Lake Washington. Upper — Husky skiers flash downhill. Lower — Bobe Hoillngberry pumps Jim Phelan ' s hand — after losing 40-0. Lower — The bond opens the gridiron festis ities with G salute. Little Ky Ebright flashes his smile — before Master-craftsman, George Pocook. at work the regatta. on a new shell. Two track standouts of the coast — Art Morgan, 14.4 hurdler and Bruce Humber, Olympic gomes sprinter — pose for the camera. -N- V -. ELMER L066 , F O O 1 S E A S O t John WlATRAK DICK JOHNSON Junior. Bt4D By AL STUMP— Tyee Spoi+s Edi+oi- THE HUSKY was a snarling, cough-tough mongrel on the gridli ' onJ battlefields of the far west in ' 36 — mushing through seven major oppo- nents to bring home on undisputed Pacific Coast Conference cham- pionship and the third Rose Bowl bid in Washington history. It was Jim Phelan ' s finest coaching achievement since his Purdue! Big Ten titlists of 1929 — a ball club indicative of the upswing of the! football cycle here, possessing all the natural attributes of greatness. Between the opening-season loss to the Golden Gophers of Minnesota and the Rose Bowl defeat by Pittsburgh, there was sandwiched a season unique in recent years. Featured was the downfall of the California colleges before a mighty Washington machine. In addition to humbling the best the coast could produce, the men o ' Phelan counted among their numbers the brightest gallery of stars this quiet campus has fostered in many seasons. On the tide of powe that swept them to Pasadena ' s rose-decked stadium in the bed of the 204 II i v vyrvv rr JAMES PHELAN Jimmy CwhK CHUCK BONl SEniopl tackle MAX STARCiVIGH Arroyo Seco, rode half a dozen Husky luminaries to sectional and nation-wide fame. Through a schedule labeled " suicide " from start to finish, the season was milesloned by three distinct stages. The first came when, after having been nosed out 14-7 by Minnesota and pushing over Idaho 22-0, the squad trekked southward to meet the Bruins of U.C.L.A. before 55,000 spectators in the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum. This — the first big conference test — saw the Huskies ' ground and aerial attack go through and over Bill Spaulding ' s belated Bruins for two touchdowns and a 14-0 victory. Here was first indicated the ho marks of a great team. Giant-killing little Jimmy Coin, his fleet running- mote Byron Haines, and a gang of roisterous sophomore bocks teamed up behind a driving line to produce a tremendous scoring punch. Oregon State, after a stubborn first-half tussle, and California ' s battling Bears fell next by counts of 19-7 and 13-0, while Prink Callison ' s Oregon jinx almost upset the red-hot Husky camp when they yielded to 205 i3L FRITZ WASKOWITZ Junior. HalpbacK. i r Hoines On one o1 His Historic Gollops Agoinst U.5.C. The Bender Agoin. Logg a nd Cruvei- Lead Imerfei = r, c : ' -fl A " ' ° 11. UK WELCH SHPER. MUCHA WIUCOX PHELAM USr. Fullback ' T STEVE SUVIN8KI Soph Guard I f .? JU- ijJ z ' St,nior r. 7 mo,-qin in the most bl.lsing gome of the year. Thus the stage wos :ef fo,- the :;ond maio,- division of this ton-id season. At Polo Alto, the o.e came close 1° . - ' ' - J . K Hh: - of ct, -age and confidence, P eon s .,n.ns so edot,n f,c, ference field by glean ' " ? ° ' " ' TdXaf for Tiny Thornhill fielded that Nothing but inspired football % 7 " ' ' ; " ovlr their heads for four .uL-terr r -ttn td °Ji: r£off ' i?ba%ed or individual honors. Waskowltz Slices OH-Tackle Against Minnesota Allonse binu ' - i Ui nu l L.i ALCRUV With the tie blemish on theii- conference record ronkling, the Purple Pack routed the Trojans of Southern California 12-0, stopping cold the Troy aces Amby Schindler and Davy Davis. A triple pass, Cruver to Logg to Coin, set the Huskies up with their first touchdown, and Fritz Waskowitz pitched a pass past Schindler to Frank Peters for a second tally. I 207 L K • t . Came the final test of the regular season and the third major stage of the campaign. Figured to be a close struggle for the Rose Bowl nomination, the hlusky and the Cougar of Washington State College were far from the evenly-matched teams the pre-game dope had Indicated. By a crushing count of 40-0, Phelan ' s squad turned in their greatest performance of the year and sent Hollingberry and Goddard down to stinging defeat. Automatically, Washington was named for western representative for the Rose Bowl game of 1936. For the records, the Pitt game at Pasadena paradoxicall 208 I .. ms . ' %. ■ : ji " Sii " - 1 - - ■»J - ' i ' %4 ' ( ,?4WeS, m . %; :-fts;. ? : 3 . IWi» " 3v9 » ANCE MARKS ARE SHAHERED AS A CAPAC- ' ITY THRONG FILLS THE HORSESHOE TO SEE THE HUSKIES SINK WASHINGTON STATE 40-0 T, . ON THANKSGIVING DAY . . . " V ' X A, -•tilt THE SENIOR BACKS — BY, ED, ELMER, AND JIMMY IN A RARE PICTURE OF FOUR GREAT GRID STARS IN A MOMENT OF EASE - :4K!«qmK«Xt ' . .J.-I- ' .TSJ- ' .-S ' SHSnMJW ' i A A vc V hi JlOii if 4U ' ' fw Mi TEAK ' o ' H ' ms W A BRIDGE BAHLE TO WHILE AWAY TRAIN HOURS WHILE ROSE BOWL-BOUND. FROM THE LEFT — WASKOWITZ, MARKOV, CRUVER, AND JOHNSON f ' a found this Washington team at its lowest ebb. In what could hove been repetition of the Stanford donnybrook, the Huskies wilted to go down 21-0 before a powerful and well-coached Panther outfit. Mental unfitness, a fed-up feeling with football was directly responsible for this performance which materially detracted from a remarkable season. Individual honors were shared by Max Starcevlch, unan- imously named All-Amerlcan guard, and Byron hiaines and Jimmy Cain, mentioned on many national selections and all- coast choices. Chuck Bond, Frank Peters, and Dick Johnson received coast-wide mention on many teams. 209 ---t PRE-GAME STRATEGY-OIM PHELAN AND HIS TWO QUARTERBACKS LOOK OVER A SCOUT- ING REPORT. NEV TON, LEFT; LOGG RIGHT Ulbrlcks. Hume, Rantz, Hunt, McMillin, White, Adorn, Day, Morris Moch -K-k-K CztCiJU " Tif is Hume. Rontz, Hunt, McMillin By Royal Frew FOUR DECADES ago Washington ' s Im- mortal Hiram Conibear dreamed of a world ' s rowing championship coming home one day to Washington. The year 1936 saw this for-reoching dream become a reality as Al Ulbrlckson and his big band of oarsmen swept the notion and world to deliver on the hHusky doorstep fame and achievement never before reollzed by purple ond gold rowing eights. In October of 1935 Ulbrlckson was greeted by eight boot loads of hopeful crew candidates. The coming season was to be one of great compensation for eight of those oarsmen and a coxswain. To them would ulti- mately come a tour across the continent for the historic Poughkeepsle regatta, the Olympic trails on Lake Carnegie and finally, perhaps a chance to represent the United States in the Olympic Gomes. Material was plentiful and talented. Besides a host of lettermen from the 1935 vorsity and jayvee boats, the complete national championship freshman eight of the previous season had returned, Intact. Competition for positions In the two top boots was terrific. Different combinations held sway until finally the hHume, Rontz, hlunt, McMillin, White, Adam, Day, Morris lineup was named as the varsity torch bearer. Final selections for the junior varsity eight were not set until four days before the Collfornio regat ta. A hot fight waged between the second and third golleys until In a final time ti " ial the crew of Bud Schacht, George Lund, Sid Lund, Delos Schoch, Chuck hHartman, Captain Walt Botes, Don Coy, and Mertin hlotch was set as the joyvee representative against the Golden Bears. " Winks " Brooks guarded the tiller ropes. Ky Ebrlght ond his Californians swept into town, hopeful and expectant but retreated to their loir after 210 NATIONAL CHAMPIONS Hatch, Coy, Bates, Hartman, Schock, S. Lund. G. Lund, Schact Brooks White, Adorn, Doy, Morris Seaion 1936 absorbing a three-way shellacking at the hands of the hluskies in which new course rec- ords were established in all three races. Established as favorites along with Cornell, California and Navy, Washington ' s lads found themselves eagerly awaiting the Poughkeepsie four-mile back on the Hudson in the middle of June, after an extensive training period on sun-soaked Lake Washington. Bending and weaving together, the toll pines from the Northwest turned on the heot in the now-famous last mile and emerged from the pock to nick California with inches to spore. Navy finished third and Cornell trailed in fourth place. The Olympic trials on Lake Carnegie sow a great four-mile boat change over night into the nation ' s fastest sprint crew. Twice over the 2,000 meter course Washington perked along until the lost opponent, Pennsylvania, had been beaten down. California placed third. With a lineup wracked with colds and sickness Ulbrickson held little hope for Husky chances in the classic of all athletic parades, the Olympic gomes. His boys were pitted against the cream of world racing machines. To win their preliminary effort the Woshingtonians were forced to breok a world ' s record to beat out a fast-traveling British unit. In the finals the big oarsweeps pulled together every bit of courage and fortitude they could muster to come across the line victors by a scant hair over Italy ' s sensational eight. Germany trailed in third position and England fourth. With the final victory come reality of Hiram Conibeor ' s dream of long ago. The year 1936 has gone down in the annals of world rowing as the greatest ond most historic season ever covered by Husky crews. 211 Left — The Husky varsity sweeps across the finish line at Grunau, Germany, in the final heat to win the Olympic title for the United States. Italy is second and Germany, in the near lane, finished third. Left — Stroke oor of the varsity crew, Don Hume battled illness at Berlin as the Huskies swept the world. He ranks with Al Ulbrickson as one of the two greatest strokes Washington has produced. Moch Above — Dynamic little coxswain of Washington Olympic cham- pions. Bob Moch joined the Husky coaching staff this spring as assist- ant coach. " " - " -n x ' i« ' r i- i - f h The preliminary heat of the Berlin Olympics, with the Huskies defeating Great Britain in record time. Tom Bolles talks to his frosh crew before practice — the boat that won a national championship at Poughkeepsle last season. It was his last coaching effort at Washington. Edwords, Lund They managed Washington crews in 1936 from Seattle to Ger- many. Bob Edwards, on the left, was senior manager while Bob Lund was senior frosh manager. They handled all equipment, directed the managerial force, drove the coaching launches, and did the essential behind-the-scenes work. They lost but one race in ' 36. The Husky lightweights, coached by Bud Raney, swept through four major wins and dropped a single race. Oregon State, Victoria, U. B. C, and Vancouver fell before them, while the same Victoria crew nosed them out once. Ulbrickson, Bolles One of the last pictures taken of Al Ulbrickson and Tom Bolles together before the latter left to take the heod coaching job at hHarvard. Pocock hie knows more rowing lore than any other man in the world. George Pocock, master shell-builder, a genius in his chosen field, he creates these slender slivers for practically every major collegiate rowing institution in the country, hlls workshop remains obscurely hidden behind the Washington shell house. AK ' - EGGE — GUARD WINSLOW Mascof EDMUNDSOK Cooch l at5ltu QCL5on on 1937 LOVERICH — FORWARD By Dick Bergholz AT TIMES BRILLIANT— at times off form, Washington ' s 1937 basketball team helped to moke basketball history in the Northern Division conference by ending the regular playing season in a three- way tie with Washington State and Oregon. Never since the Northern Division was born, In 1923, has any team lost more than four games during the regular conference season and won the title. Never have three teams ended their schedules In a deadlock. Washington ' s basketball team did Its part to make the 1937 season unpredictable from start to finish. VOELKER WAGNER Coach Hec Edmundson ' s Huskies got off to a shaky pre-season start by losing a two-out-of-three series to the touring University of Michigan five. Presaging a wild- eyed season, the Washington five out-scrambled the University of California at Los Angeles Bruins, 52-51, in a game marked by two overtime periods and a 22-point scoring spree of Captain Chuck Wagner. The following night, the hluskies dropped a listless 45-3 1 decision to the U.S.C. Trojans. Snapping out of their unimpressive pre-season show- ing, Edmundson ' s charges opened their conference season with four straight conference wins. The first two were scored against the Idaho Vandals in Seattle, 24-17, and 39-22. Two weeks later, the Huskies defeated Oregon State in Seattle, 37-31, and 38-28. Leading the league and riding high, the Huskies left for a four-gome rood trip through Oregon. Losing all semblances of a championship-bound team, the Wash- ington five dropped two straight games to the revenge- ful O.S.C. five, 28-27, and 40-22. Escaping from the Beaver lair, the Huskies slipped lower in the league stand- ings by losing to Oregon, 48-37. Faced with almost cer- tain elimination, the Washington five came to life in time HEC EDMUNDSON Coach to upset the Webfeet, 39-30, and to return home with five wins and three losses to their record. Opposed by the title-hungry Washington State five, the Huskies invoked the potent " pavilion jinx " to defeat the Cougars, 45-40. Even the jinx failed them in the second gome, however, as the vicious Pullmanites out- scored the Huskies, 45-35. With four defeats against them, the third-place Wash- ington squad left Seattle for a tour to Pullman and Moscow. Surprising both prognosticators and betting odds, the Huskies out-fought the W.S.C. five in two straight gomes, 37-34, and 42-35, and went on to defeat Idaho, 36-31, and 44-29, with Ed Loverich leading the way. 215 € p PATERSON — GUARD LOCKHART — FORWARD KASTNER — GUARD son, received their third and last award, and will be lost through graduation. To Ross Werner went the honor of captaincy of the 1938 hoop squad. To Bob Egge wos voted the - ec Edmundson inspirational award for the 1937 season. John Marshall headed the managerial staff dur- ing the 1937 season with Larry Newlands, John Kopet, Jerry Swanson, and Fred Duffy as junior managers. At the end of the season, Larry Newlands was appointed head manager for the 1938 season, and John Kopet senior frosh head. BASKETBALL MANAGERS The inherent drama of the two-game battle be- tween the league-leading Washington five and the challenging Oregon team with the Northern Divi- sion crown the prize packed a record crowd into the pavilion. The hHuskies reached their season ' s peak in the first game, outclassing the Ducks, 42-25. Unable to stop 6-foot-8 Slim Wlntermute, the Washington five dropped the second gome in a heart-breaker, 41,38, and ended the season in a triple tie with W.S.C. and Oregon. In the sudden-death play-off gome with the W.S.C. Cougars, Edmundson ' s proteges looked like certain winners in the first half, but went to pieces under the relentless W.S.C. rally, and dropped the 36-33 decision In the final 60 seconds. Big W ' s were awarded to Captain Chuck Wag- ner, Bob Egge, Ed Loverich, Jock Gannon, Dick Voelker, hlunt Paterson, Ross Werner, George Zeigenfuss, Pat Dorsey, and Harry Lockhart. Of these, Wagner, Egge, Loverich, Gannon, and Pater- Voelker takes a quick pot-shot at the basket against Oregon. Wintermute of Oregon banl " in from beneath the hoop. Johnson Recovers off the Backboard for Idaho. LOWE — CENTER Gannon Goes Up for the Bail. Don Johnson of Idaho Prepares to Launch a Dribble. Voelker Closes In. A - ' T- i b ;nmiiiiLaj » iMii.» iuxjnMw i ii i.»uj»i i Liiiiu.y i iw. I JIMMY ANGLE. MILE RUN R. SAMPLES. HALF MILE atSitu Itack 1936 By Don Gaddis WASHINGTON ' S VARSITY track- men come within a shoulder of keeping their Northern Division slate clean in 1936. With one-sided dual meet victories over Oregon and Oregon State, the Huskies met their only defeat on their Northern Division schedule v hen Lorin Benke, anchor man of the crock Wash- ington State relay team, finished only a shoulder in front of Vic Polmoson of the Huskies, to win the lost event of the Washington State meet and give tthe Cougars the verdict 69-62. The Huskies ' 71-60 triumph over the U.C.L.A. Bi-uins was the only bright spot In the dual meet competition against Southern Division schools. In the other two contests against southern universities, Stanford and California, Husky chonces were twice dimnned. Coach Edmundson ' s charges held the powerful Stanford Indians, who later placed second in the conference meet, to a 70-6 I win In an early season indoor meet at Seattle. The severest defeat odministered the hHuskies came when California ' s Golden Bears rang up 85 points to Washington ' s 48. The resumption of the conference meet after o lapse of ten years sow the bi ' eoking of ten of the fifteen meet rec- ords. Vic Palmason, holf-miler, was the only Husky entry to shore In the record- breaking performances. Finishing an eyelash behind Ross Bush of U.S.C., Palmason was so close to the arm- swinging Trojan that he was timed the some as Bush — 1:52.7 — or 1.5 seconds better than the previous record set In 1926. Angle ' s third in the mile, Morgan ' s thii-d in the high hurdles, and Childs ' tie for third In the pole vault combined with Polmason ' s second In the half-mile to give the Huskies sixth place In the meet. ■y-j:. ■--,--;f l VIC PALMASON-HALF MILE F p» - a ! « ' MORGAN AND ANSHUTZ TAKE ON THE BRUIN HURDLERS IN A 220-LOW HEAT BENKE OF W.S.C. PRESSES MORGAN AND ANSHUTZ bVERJN THE FINAL LOW- HURDLE BARRIER HAY NOSES OUT BENKE IN THE lOOrYARD DASH, AGAINST W.S.C. .m WITH A MIGHTY HEAVE. VIC MARKOV CUTS LOOSE IN THE SHOT PUT f5 Coach " Hec " Edmund- son ' s chain of sending a representative to the Olympic Games every time since he himself went in 1912, remained unbroken lost year when Bruce hlumbe r, sprint star, made the Canadian Olympic team. With fourteen of the nineteen letter- men returning in 1937, prospects for a good team are unusually bright. Miler Jimmy Angle was elected captain for 1937, taking the place of Ken Killien, sprinter, who held the honor in 1936. Bill Sander received the appoint- ment OS senior manager for 1937, re- placing Bill Farrens, who held that post during 1936. The all-season high mark was regis- tered against Oregon State, the hHus- kies grabbing eleven first places and rolling up 93 points to the Beavers ' 38. The other team from Oregon — the Ducks — also faced a rag- ing hHusky, losing to the Seottle teom 74 to 57. Three sterling peiTorm- onces marked the pro- MORGAN STEPS OVER A HIGH BARRIER THE SENSATIONAL SOPH- OMORE—ART MORGAN- POSES AT THE STARTING MARK THREE VETERANS — JIM DRURY. ROGER SAMPLES. AND DAVE MAGINNIS ■i ' gi ' am in this meet at Hay- ward Field in Eugene. Bill Vondermay set o new field record of 6 feet V inches in the high jump. Captain Ken Killlen bested the suppo- sedly " unbeatable " Bud Shoemake, conference champion, in the 220, and Jimmy Angle turned in a beautiful 4 minute 20.1 mile In outrunning his Ore- gon rival, George Sharpf. Another trio of noteworthy achieve- ments studded the Washington State meet. Morion Hay won the century in 9.7, Vic Polmoson recorded o senso- tlonol 1 :54.6 In the holf-mlle, and Bruce Humber stepped off his best 220 of the year, winning that event in 2 1 .4. Art Morgan, dean of Husky hurdlers, ran his best race of the year in the high hurdles against U.C.L.A. when he come within two-tenths of the world record with a dazzling 14.4. Nineteen Huskies were awarded let- ters. They were: Bruce Anderson, Jim- my Angle, Bert Anshutz, John Buckley, Boyd Chllds, Jim Drury, Marion Hay, Bruce Humber, Ken Killien, Dave Maginnis, Vic Markov, Jess Miller, Art Morgan, Vic Polmoson, Walt Rohrschelb, Roger Samples, Fred Stutfield, Bill Vonder- may, and Don Whitworth. I I i PALMASON COPS THE 880 BY THIRTY YARDS AGAINST UCLA VANDERMAY NICKS THE BAR IN HIS OPENING HIGH JUMP EFFORT AGAINST THE BRUINS NORTHERN DIVISION STANDINGS: Ha Gbaii V . L. Pet. Washington State 12 4 .750 Washington 9 7 . .563 Oregon 9 7 .563 Oregon State 7 9 .438 h Idaho 3 13 .188 " Wee " Willie Hev son snaps one home from short Kohl All-oround performer, Paul Marlowe, outfielder, pitcher, catcher y Mike Bird COACH TUBBY GRAVES ' Husky baseball team didn ' t win the Northern Division bunting in 1936, but the Huskies did provide plenty of opposition to Wash- ington State ' s conference chompions. A pair of 2-1 victories which went to the Cougars were the deciding factors In determining the title win- ner, while o late-seoson rush by the Oregon Ducks enabled them to tie Washington for second place with nine wins and seven defeats. Weakness In the pitching department was the Huskies ' big trouble os enemy batsmen got to Graves ' hurling staff for a number of timely bingles that cost several gomes. Husky pitchers, however, did have a fairly good average in preventing earned runs by rival clubs. ilg Ed Loverlch mokes a circuit trip agolnst W.S.C. Loverich steps Into one for a solid bose hit off Oregon State Si eaion o j 936 Enqulst i Tubby poles one out to the infield Loverich THE WASHINGTON mound corps held Northern Division batsmen to four and o half runs a game. Smooth actioned Lou Budnick led the staff in effectiveness. The veteran tamed Idaho, Oregon State and Oregon, dropping only a 2 to I decision to Washington Stote. Loose armed Jack Daly, heavy duty member of the staff, set down the league champions twice, besides subduing Idaho and Oregon. The big southpaw was charged with three losses. Rudy Enquist, big left-hander with a Swedish occent on every pitch, broke even in four appeor- onces, halting Oregon State and Idaho. Bernie Kohls dropped his only complete game 2 to I to the championship Cougars. In his third season behind the plate, Roger Dawes, quiet receiver, was voted the Flaherty inspirational medal for his fine play. Mitch Gasparovich caught in five contests. Coach " Tubby ' s " infield combination centered around wee Willie Hewson at shortstop and Len Rich ot second. Hewson ' s big bat cracked out four triples and three doubles, while Rich proved his nearest slugging competitor, with six doubles and a home run. Dick Baker held forth at first base, collecting 18 wallops during the season. A! Plummer ond Clark Moore divided duties on third base. Both sluggers cracked out two doubles, two triples and a home run. Next to Daly, who batted .476, Moore wos the club ' s leading hitter with a .414 mark. Ed Loverich stood head ond shoulders above the best outfielders in the league. Loverich lead the club in runs scored, with 15, and in total base hits, with 23. Together with Dawes and Hewson, the big outfielder was picked by Coach Tubby " on his all-conference team. Wendell Newcomb, 130-pound mite, showed up one night in right field and kept the job for the seoson. Newcomb, hardest batter in the league to pitch to, collected 18 hits and got to first 12 times on four walks and being hit by eight pitched bolls. Gil Leiendecker finished his collegiate coreer in his third season as leftfielder. Paul Marlowe and Jack Stall- cop, promising sophomore, were Coach " Tubby ' s " utility gardeners. Dick Baker makes a put-out at first Hewson crosses the plate against Oregon Rosenberg Grevstad Torney % enni6 WASHINGTON ' S third major sport championship of 1936 was produced by Coach John A. Torney ' s tennis team, which had another undefeated and highly successful season. Eighteen victories in twenty-one individual matches was the vic- tory margin in conference play as the Huskies toppled Idaho 7-0, Washington State 6-1, and Oregon 5-2. A match with Oregon State was cancelled because of rain. Two non-conference foes were also let down by the Husky netmen. Whitman College 6-1, and College of Puget Sound 7-0. In the second renewal of the conference championships, Wash- ington captured all available honors. Henry " Pol " Rosenberg won the singles title for the second straight year as he edged out his team- mate Ken Clegg in the finals. Rosenberg and Clegg then teemed to win the doubles title. Those receiving letters and their positions were: Ken Clegg, No. I ; Henry Rosenberg, No. 2; Barney Grevstad, No. 3; Bill Crapo, No. 4; Dick Moser, No. 5; and Bill Rhoades and Julian Rickles, alternates. Rosenberg, Grevstad, and Rhoades ore graduating seniors. Replacements for the graduates should be easily available from the potent freshman squad which won the majority of its matches. Numeral winners were Dave Greeley, Dewey Ostrom, Dick Yeager, Vincent Sandahl, Curt Coons, and Walt Wolklnshaw; while Dick Geoghegan, Jock Benjamin, and Burton Barr also competed. Rhoades, Rickles, Rosenberg, Torney Cohen, Grevstad, Moser Ostrom, Warren. Wolkinshaw, Benjamin Greeley. Coons 224 I Spott5 amQta .eft: By and Jimmy grab o feel of the Starcevlch biceps. Center: Bond in bed. Tne b 9 tackle reads a letter from t e gal friend in Seattle. Right: he senior backs — Logg, NowogroskI, Haines, and Cain — pose for a picture at Santo Barboro. _eft: A football captain hits the books Defore the Rose Bowl — Fritz Woskowltz. Center: Dr. Don Palmer — team physician —taking It easy at the Santa Barbara rolning camp. Right: Cain and Mondala jttempt to feel Storcevich ' s biceps. Left: Three cre -men at Berlin — Day, McMillln, and Hunt take It easy on a stone wall near crew quarters. Left Center: Jim McMIIlin poses for a candid shot. The Olympic course Is In the background. Center: The Olympic flog — yeh, but what ' s that other one. Oh, just Mr. Hitler ' s swas- tika gonfalon! Right Center: George Pocock and Al Ulbrickson lean against the door of the Huskies ' quorters at Berlin. Right: The flag of all notions — the Olympic emblem. The Olympic champions after a workout at Princeton. The varsity leaves the shellhouse — ready for a long pu " SOULES Wescott Corey Woters ' ■JUST ANOTHER BOLLES CREW " was the verdict of rowing critics after Tom ' s yearling rowing machine had whipped down the wind-swept Lake Washington course far out in front of Russ Nagler ' s Californians last April — it was the seventh consecutive year of victory for Bolles and his annual model in freshman rowing eights. And then they said the outfit was one of his finest after the Washington con- tingent again broke the Golden Staters in a final driving spurt on the historic h-ludson River to complete the first link in a glorious tri-victory chain that day for purple and gold rowing eights. A severe illness kept Bolles from directing the first three months of drill for his green charges in the fall of 1935. In fact, he met his four-boot flotilla for the first time on January 9 of lost year — and from that time on to April and June he instilled the Bolles winning spirit and juggled rowing combinations until finally he emerged for the Poughkeepsle fray with the Wassard, Carey, Cook, Hawel, Wescott, Eggert, Alderson, Soules, Colbert machine that went on to sweep the cream of the nation ' s first-year crews. And now, with his shining record left behind at Washington, Tom Bolles IS firmly entrenched at FHcrvard as head rowing coach and already this year his varsity machine has mowed over three of the East ' s finest collegiate crews. Bolles ' place was taken over by Walt Raney and Bob Moch who engineered the hlusky yearlings to another victory over the Californians this year. BELL U Colbert Wossard 226 7toik TootbaU . . . 1936 Bechtol Bird Nelson o THE HIGH POINT of the Husky Pups ' I 936 gridiron season was the second-half roily thot enabled them to come from behind and wallop the Washington State frosh 13-6 at Pullman. A 6-0 loss to a powerful Bell- ingham Normal eleven and a 13-7 trimming at the hands of the Oregon yearlings completed the three- gome season. Much outstonding varsity material was uncovered throughout the seoson, with one of the heaviest crops of talented bockfield men turning out In recent years. Up to the varsity squad for the ' 37 season went a number of the Husky frosh for spring practice ond indications ore that they will play a prominent part in oiding Washington fortunes in PCC play. Leading the young leather-luggers were Don Thompson, compact Ellensburg halfback; Don Jones and Bill Sleason, flashy ball carriers; Lloyd Phelps, who romped to a touchdown against Oregon; Joe Dubsky and Chorlle Bechtol, the small but mighty Chicago poir; Bill Hill, big, rugged fullback; and Chorley Rus- sell, the swivel-hipped I ' unning threat. Plebe linemen slated to cotch Jimmy Phelon ' s eye wei ' e Hugh Bauer, Louis Nelson, and Earl Piatt, a trio of promising ends. Horry Bird and George Blonchord, guards; Walt Yonker and AIno Loukkanen, tackles; and Al Zemeck, outstanding center. The thirty-two numeral winners were: Bauer, Bech- tol, Bird, Blocklngton, Blonchord, Dubsky, DeLong, Emerson, Everett, Gorretson, Gleoson, Howklns, Hill, Hufford, Jones, KIttleson, Loukkonen, Phillips, Piatt, Maurovlch, McNulty, Nelson, Phelps, Russell, Sigford, Thompson, Wall, Wallace, Yorr, Yonker, Yonltis, and Zemeck. J Dubsky w -pi Zemeck y Hill Gle Don Thompson Sloshes OH-Tockle Against Oregon. Thompson 227 . i: Shafer McDonald Thompson Tto5k SailcetltaLl I — TUBBY GRAVES came up with one of his consistently good frosh cage teams in 1936, producing o yearling outfit that won eight out of eleven games. Beginning with a 49-23 win from the Grays fHarbor J. C, the frosh upset every team they faced, excepting the strong Everett Clothiers, Bellingham Normal, and the A.Z.A. Club of Seattle. Don Thompson of Ellensburg was the high scorer of the frosh, with Blockie Shafer and Bill McDonald pressing him for top honors all season. In Hoi Schlicting and McDonald, Graves sent two outstanding varsity center candidates up to Hec Edmundson besides a bevy of small but speedy stars. Connie hHenderson, Chuck Bechtol, and Lefty Loquvom were among the diminutive but talented youngsters who helped spark the team all season. The outstanding victory of the campaign was the 50-42 win over the Washington supervarsity which rung the curtain down on com- petition for the year. Whin Schlicting Loquvam hJenderson chtol 228 Bjorklund Mille 7to5k I tack THE HUSKY frosh trackmen of 1936 were headlined by five standout performers, all of whom won positions on the vorsity squad this spring. Jim McGoldrick, high hurdler, Dick Montgomery, ace sprint prospect who was shifted to the quarter mile, and Jack Flagg, flashy low hourdler and 220-yard dash man were the trio of stars who scintillated in the flat races. Merle Miller, who approached 200 feet in the javelin throw, and Leon Bjorklund, giant discu s thrower, paced the field standouts during the season. McGoldrick Montgomery -lagg 7to6k Ha cl aU WINNING SEVEN out of ten games. Coach Marion Felt ' s frosh baseball team went through a highly successful season behind one of the best-balanced attacks any yearling club has had in the past few years. Bellingham Normal tripped the frosh three times for the only defeats. Chef Johnson, Roger Dawes, and Art Batemen were the top hurlers, while George Ziegenfuss, Al Pripp, John Pyfer, and Bob Walker comprised the infield combination. Moiv Greenwalt, Ed Cunningham and Bob Seldon held the garden positions. J. B. Parker and Harry Young handled catching duties. Others who saw a good deal of action were Herry Hawley, infielder, and Jim Lowrie, out- fielder. Johnson won four games and lost two for the best hurling record while Dawes and Batemen won three gomes more and dropped one. Pyfer Felt Hurlbert 229 . y 4 -w LOOKING AT FOOTBALL Logg goes to his knees as Waskowlfz plunge over the SC line. The touchdown pass agains use — Peters fools Schindle to snag o poss In the enc zone. Senior football monagers Bill Thompson ond Bernie Lonctot look on as hlusky meets Cougar. Mlnot Spotti -$V i u im ni ti Perry M c C 1 u re Longevin Personette Caddey Hoskins Personette THE OREGON JINX rode high again In the 1937 swimming campaign, relegating Husky swimmers to an- other second place in the Northern Division pennant race. Coach Jack Torney developed a powerful, well-bal- anced squad but lacked just enough punch to breok Webfeet dominance. Easy victories over Idaho and Washington State in dual competition and a double win over both schools in a triangular meet proved the strength of the Husky squad. Headlining the varsity squad were two outstanding swimmers who broke conference records and went through the season undefeated. They were Gene Caddey, bril- liant breoststroker, and Franz Hozkins, ace backstroker, who completed their second year of intercollegiate com- petition. Another consistent performer was George Per- sonette, husky dash man, who bowed only to Oregon ' s Jim Hurd in the 50 and 100-yard freestyle events, and promises to be the best in the conference next season. Willie Longevin and Tom Perry handled diving duties in commendable fashion, losing only to Chilton of Oregon in conference competition. Other consistent per- formers throughout the season were Gus Eriksen, breost- stroker, Lucion Harvey, dashmon, and Bill Bronigin, and Pot Johnson, middle-distances. Assurance of the construction of o new swimming pool was a big spur to the varsity squad who are pointing to break Oregon ' s long regime as champions by 1938. m Torney Reeves 232 lVte5tlin A PATCHED-UP LINEUP necessitated by illness and ineligibility thwarted Coach Len Stevens ' hopes of a Northern Division wrestling championship this year. In dual competition, the Husky grapplers defeated Wash- ington State 22-5 and lost to Idaho 20-13. In the an- nual triangular meet, Stevens ' varsity finished third to the Cougars and Vandals, the latter v ' nning the conference chompionship. Vic Markov, heavyweight. Gene Arwood, 168, and the speedy little 126-pound Kawahara each v on dual championships, with Arwood the only varsity man to go through the seoson undefeated. The veteran Leroy Bronemon performed in consistently good fashion dur- ing the season, while Sam Hokari and Dick Klinge added still more strength to Stevens ' aggregation. Kowohoro ofrempts a " sit-ouf " cgoinst a W.S.C. groppler. The loss of Art Means and Jimmy Coin, varsity gridders, for the year was a severe blow to title hopes, and with them went certain points in conference competition. Stevens, how- ever, molded from the remaining material a wrestling squad v hich with more experience could have been a definite threat to the best collegiate teams of the Northwest. The 1937-38 season should see Husky wrestling supremacy once more as- serted. Stevens Coin Klinge In an early-season varsity challenge match for a eom position, Dick Klinge, guard on the football team, and Jimmy Cain, oil-coast halfback, wrestled for the disputed spot. Klinge pinned Cain to win the varsity spot. They are shown above In action with Len Stevens, varsity coach, doing the officiating. Sfevens Markov Hokori Klinge Kawohorc Arwood Bronemon Strong Soto 233 Rempher, Panton, Carter, Reid, Holland, Vaschenko Denne, Houston, Haas, LItsey HUSKY HOCKEY ARTISTS, despite a dearth of opposition, continued to pioneer in the ice sport in the Northwest during the 1936 season, winning two and losing twice for a .500 average. Led by their stocky captain, Dutch Holland, the Washington squad was the strongest since the revival of the sport here. In dropping two games to the U.B.C. Thunderbirds, 3-2 and 3-1, the Husky sextet was up against dazzling speed and a varied attack which they could not quite cope with. The series with Montana Mines was a runaway for Washington by scores of 6-0 and 8-0. Jimmy Panton, fast-skating wing, was the high scorer of the outfit for ' 36, with Dutch Holland and Joe Denne also sparking the team. Mickey Reid finished his third year as goalie, while Holland, Carter, and Houston also completed their final season of play. A wealth of material returns, however, for next season. mkmM " ' M ' i 0 ' - Denne Joe Denne Slams One In On An Assist from Panton (Seen behind net) ya • . . jurjbui-i Carl Jonson, No. I man of the Vv ' ashington varsity, proved him- self one of the top-flight collegiate golfers of the coast this summer when he placed high in the P.C.C. golf tourney at Pebble Beach, Santa Monica, Calif. Consistently in the low 70 ' s, the slender Jonson is the standout golfer at Wash- ington since Scotty Campbell. THE 1936 GOLF season still saw Washington building toward a Nor- thern Division titular team. Coach Bill Jefferson fielded a strong outfit, but Oregon and Washington State proved a little too tough in confer- ence competition. This summer the hHuskies have enjoyed better success, with a team built around Carl Jonson, Don Simpson, Don Picht, Chubby Vaughn, Les Carlson, and Dave Nor- ton. Strong frosh replacements are coming up, and by next season the Husky varsity should be a definite threat to the powerful Oregon Web- foots. One of Washington ' s veteran coaches, Bill Jefferson continues to handle the Husky golf varsity In his shrewd, capable manner. He has produced outstanding golf talent during his long regime here. SIMPSON 1936 FROSH VAUGHN, CARLSON NELSON, MATTILA, MULRINE, BOURGAIZE, WORTMAN ' ii :i»uiiTii SklL Ulti HUSKY SKI ARTISTS enjoyed a banner season, mop- ping up the Northwest and Coast intercollegiate titles without a setback. Defending their P. C. C. intercollegiate championship at Yosemite in February, Washington ' s team took three firsts to win by a wide margin. In the Northwest inter- collegiate meet at Mt. Rainier, the hluskies swept the first three places in each event for an overwhelming victory. Competing against the world ' s best in the United States open at Sun Valley, Idaho, In March, John Wood- ward, Bob h-ligman, and Tom hiill oil placed. Other stars of the season were Lon Robinson, Jack Doctor, Walt Page, and Bob Lamson. J i Higman Robinson, Lamson Doctor 7; encmi UNDER COACH AUGIE AURENHEIMER, Washing- ton fencers advanced still further in collegiate competi- tion the past season, defeating Idaho 5-4 and Washington State 6-3 in Northwest competition. The highlight of the season was the trip to Berkeley for the Coast Conference meet in which the Husky team placed third In a field Including all the major California colleges. Bill Paddock, Lamonte Minor, and George Grant car- ried the burden of the work and were outstanding and consistent winners In each meet of the year. All three return for another season and may represent Washington at the 1938 Coast Conference meet which may be held in Seattle. Paddock, Minor Varsity Squad Paddocl , Grant SJnttamutaL pott5 O P ' SPRING funk, Pe " - " ' °- " " -: e:! TRACK, SPRING 1936— PHI DELTA THETA (right) Upper Row: Dougloss, Grabenhorst, Fisher, Kintner, Lower Row: Cameron, Hull. Bashful (not in picture): Droger, Ryan, Roger, Milne. 3RSESHOES, SPRING 1936 FINISH CLUB Kirkiand, Coliyer. S nttamuitaL CROSS-COUNTRY, FALL 1936— KAPPA SIGMA Kern, Allen, North, Kolberg. Benson. HHpu.— ' Kac -£i£ B| HH Sz - wm I H Kl ' »W SH H B I «ii in V B H . — Bb V , m SOCCER, FALL 1936- PHI DELTA pper Row: Grabenhorst, Colket, Hulbert, Thorsdole, Ryan. Middle Row; Crowford, ocForlond, Farrls, Reed. Lower Row; Bemis, Lynch, Cameron. Baker. Bashful (not in pic- re): Davis. Becker, hHughes, Brennan. Milne, S.Thompson, B.Thompson. BASKETBALL, FALL 1936— FOREST CLUB Upper Row: Young, Neth, Gross. Lower Row: Bulchis, Dovenport. .CVA K.«. onds VAe ' FENci SWIMMING, FALL 1936— FINISH CLUB Upper Row: Suit. Co!lyer, Spencer. Lower Row: Kirkiand, Gore, Hoeppner. TOUCH FOOTBALL, SPRING 1936— PHI DELTA THETA Uf.per Row: Dougloss, Colkett, Hubert, Thorsdale, Kitner. Hull. Lower Row: Grobenhorst, L ' iiou, Reed, Cameron, Bemis. Bashful (not in picture): Rogers, Milne, Drager. McKEEHAN, LEAHY TENNIS, SPRING 1936— PI KAPPA ALPHA Peterson. Bergholz. BELSHAW Ttatetnltle5 ' A O . I s ♦o o young man ' s fancy in the spring! ' ' Xcfclps. ' ' ' ™ ' ' ■ ' ' ' ' ' ' ' " ♦ " ' «« ' • " P ' t-e .3. Beo Holmei and Morcia LaRoche drei : mentionoble) drying fn the window. 14. Shirley Soy give, Helen of Troy o rin for her money o. .he liven, up the Thefa " . Homecling areXsaTe: ' " ' » " " -♦ " -=■. Y o u D o N H A V E T O B E G R E E K T O G E T I N H E R E ' ' otl house " ' " " ' ' ' ° ' ' ° ' ' ■ ' ' " ' ' ® ' " ™ ' - " Oio ' -generol of th i 2. The end of the quarter roll, around in the Alpha Phi lounge. 3. Surprise, it ' s Munro Pineo, SAE. , 4. The judges soid, " You ' ve got something there, " so the Delta Zetas $ = ' ' ° ' " P°? ' ' e toast to the Huskies won first place at the Col rally m R I! V " lIK IT ' ' ' ' " ° Clement, Margaret Wilson, M BeHy Brown, Phyllis Shields, and Jean Zugehoer. I ' aI {° " iZ ' ' • " ' ' " ' " «= ' P " te« college days with Betty Lou Slant, H Alpha Cni. 1 " ■■ " »»- ' ■ ' ' ■- r. 1. The speokeis at the Col rally holp out with Alma hdoter. Not Woshlngton, Alum pi-exy, Paul Coughlln ond Mrs., CuHy Harris, Johnny jAngel Face) Rosencronz and Beth Fitton. 2. Tri Delts Eleonor Nellsen, Helen Crawford, and Mimi Lilygren dazzle Homecoming visitors with that spe- cial Tri Delt smile. 3. Bill Earner, right, passes the time of doy with Marvin Courtney, and on the ATO porch. 4. Then Man Mountain John McLeod colmly tore oft one of Lowell Clem- ens ' arms and threw it in the woste- bosket. 5. What Woshington coeds wear when the mercury feels low — by Joan Mc- Donald, Theto. T H E Y A R E K N O W N B Y T H E N S O N T H E I R V E S T S I. TKe Alpha 6ams study (notice the feminins ges- ture by the giH at the right). 2. Tillie Ann Hallock of ADPi fame takes a picture ' of Norman Millbank. Punle: Find Nomi. i 3. Bob Ferris explains the intricacies of the slide rule to Barbara Kent, Hugh Caldwell, and Janet Knowlton. 4. Babykins Lush Sheridan (the man with the legs), Virginia Kellogg, and Bill Reasoner enjoy them- ' selves at the Sigma Nu kid party. Am 5. ' Twos the night of Tolo, so Dana Ingram brings ' ' jl Johnny Hannum home to Chris Heimbigner, the ij Theta Chi ' s housefather for the night. ■ 6. Blayne Hopkins: " Does um loves um ' s iddy biddy I uvums? " Don Beach: " Wessum, I uvum o, so much. " (Token in Blaine Hall spoon bowl.) ' ' k ' m SJntat ' TlatQtnltu Council ' «siii=p=- ' Rob ' „ ;ooP ■ d5- § OFFICERS: President— Clyde Doian, Psi Upsilon . Vice-President— Mack Koon, Theta Chi . Secretary— Alvin Kelly, Sigma Chi . Treasurer— Richard Watt, Phi Gamma Delta . Prosecutor— Leslie Wilkins, Delto Tau Delta. § FACULTY MEMBERS: Dean Herbert T. Condon . Professor J. Gratton O ' Bryan . Dr. Henry A. Surd. § ALUMNI REPRESENTATIVE: Ray Eckmann. § REPRESENTATIVES: Acacia- Walt Watson . Alpha Delta Phi— Hamlin Robinson . Alpha Sigma Phi— Clint Atkinson . Alpha Tau Omega— Leonord Lewis . Beta Theta Pi— Bob Enloe . Chi Phi— Bud Lunn . Chi Psi— Bob Neupert . Delta Chi— Cor! Sedore . Delta Kappa Epsilon — Raymond Smart . Delta Sigma Phi — Grant Impett . Delta Tau Delta — John Morrison . Delta Upsilon — Ed Nelson . Kappo Sigma — Frank Hawks . Lambda Chi Alpha — Duane Cosper . Phi Delta Theta— Emery Colkett . Phi Gammo Delta— Richard Watt . Phi Kappa Psi— Jack Whiteman . Phi Kappa Tou- John Sheller . Phi Kappa Sigma— Henry Loew . Phi Sigma Kappa— Henry Peterson . Pi Kappa Alpha— Gerald Brott . Pi Kappa Phi— Bob Conner . Psi Upsilon— Clyde Doran . Sigma Alpha Epsilon — William Houston . Sigma Alpha Mu— Doniel Narodick . Sigma Chi — John Phillips . Sigmo Nu — James Cruzen . Sigma Phi Epsilon — Tom Perry . Tau Kappa Epsilon — Von Donaldson . Tou Phi Delta— Hubert Wilson . Theta Chi— Ed Hillyer . Theta Delta Chi— Ray Tremblay . Theta Xi— Bill Forrell . Zeta Beta Tau— Alan Porteguese . Zeta Psi— Bob Woods. f-AA ; iJ - cacia F- ' ie.- yo,.o ' Of ,_ fo .?L4t ' ° " ' ■S " - 4718 ACACIA PLACE FOUNDED IN 1904 WASHINGTON, 1910—30 CHAPTERS § FACULTY MEMBERS: Frederick E. Bolton . Stephen D. Brown . Ira L. Collier . Joseph Daniels . William M. pehd . Jomes M. McConohey . Thomas K. SIdey. . Rlchord G. Tyler . Clinton L. Utterback. § GRADUATE STUDENT: Donald Anderson. § SENIORS: Al Clevelond . Robert Jackson . Fred Scheel . Clbrance Seeliger . Earl Snippen . Herbert Stewart . Ken Williams. § JUNIORS: Andy Johnson . Rodney ' Agdle . Dennis Pottratz . Arvid Reed . James Wheeler . Donald Wilcox. § SOPHOMORES: John Harry Katzen . Kenneth Kingston . Esworthy Lange . Wilson Lee . Alvln Marietta . Dennis Piper . 1?}-Reed . Charles Sherman . Wolter Watson. § PLEDGES: Bernard E. Anderson . Leonard Arnall . Ray Bemon . Elmer Erickson . Ashley Fuller . Harold Johnson . Earl Lagergren . Tom Langdon . Thomas Mur phy . Rober t Nelson . Robert Norman , Gil Parker . Jay Robinson . Arthur Walton. m 2106 EAST FORTY-SEVENTH FOUNDED IN 1832 WASHINGTON, 1921—27 CHAPTERS -!; . t%v A-. V-a " - r £ ? 5 " ' ftf VA..-„. a ' " 1 .- Res " ' sNaq= ' c,-w § FACULTY MEMBERS: Byron Christion . Thomas Hermans . Carl Mopes . Charles May . Alfred Miller . Thomas Thompson . Elgin Wilcox. § SENIORS: James Carpenter . Robert Deerlng . Richard Lawrence . Homlin Robinson . Ralph Sweet . Henry Wager . John Weaver. § JUNIORS; Vodra Baker . Jack Callahon . John Cheney . David Davis . Warren Doollttle . Robert Ferris . Boyd Huff . Robert Keller . William Killien . Charles Livesey . Frank McDermott . Richard Metzger . Richard Reed . Benjamin Seaborn. § SOPHOMORES: Charles Adams . Henry Campbell . George Chandler . James Chesterly . Gilbert Duffy . Robert Eggermon . Brooke Fink . David Greeley . James Greenwood . Marion Hay . Kenneth Kirkwood . Howard Kresky . Roscoe Mosiman . Roland McPherren . Arthur Quigley . Karl Richards . Vincent Sandahl . Robert Weichbrodt . Warn Winston . Thomos Young . § PLEDGES: Ernest Bollard . Hugh Bauer . Jock Brennon . Edwin Chambers . George Coryell . Bradford Crowe . Ward Doland . Harris Emmons . Samuel Hedges . Kenneth Hilton . Jack Lucas . Nat Lund . Julius Motson . Jock Murroy . Burr Richards . Jock Stelner . Howard Stewart . Walter S+ol I . William Stoll . Larry Young . Ed Zone. ' - ns. ' „ " y- yV.fe f-r . B. Sal, ■= ' don " ? . C, " Shes J OMi y i " " ■ ' rH ' a.?jt ' o A Oner 4554 NINETEENTH N.E. FOUNDED IN 1845 MU. 1912—32 CHAPTERS § FACULTY MEMBERS: Leslie J. Ayer . Wayne Sims . Herman Tartor . Al Ulbrickson. § SENIORS: Clinton Atkinson . George Bowdey . Howard Brooks . Walt Brown . James Carlson . Bill Coppedge . Bob Keyser . Harry Kennedy . Ed Loverich . Charles McAfee . Phil McNamee . John Merrill . Joe E. Moore . Bill Nelson . Irving Notale . Joe Nicola . Jim Provin . Goldie Riley . Len Rich . Arnold Werner . Bill Stoner. § JUNIORS: Harold Brooks . Henry Guth . Harold Gregory . Willard Harvey . Brooks Johnson . John Emel . Howard Kleinoeder . Carl Kennedy . Ralph Merklin . Gil Moen . Kermit Ness . Jack Patterson . Fred Salmela . Jim Spinner . Paul Salmon . Leo Sebastian . George Trager . Bob Walters. § SOPHOMORES: Bill Forrester . Harold Kempinsky. § PLEDGES: John Anderson . Jack Boley . Bruce Burton . Bob Cowden . Edgar Courtwright . Francis Dowes . Bob Dent . Dave Dobson . George Eisner . Al Erickson . Walt Geehon . James Hoddon . Ted Hughes . Ivan Jacobsen . Tom Jones . George King . Carl Medico . Harry McGuone . Bob Merlino . Carl Merlino . Pete Meegan . Jack Moore . Ray Nicola . Howard Pande . Jack Richards . Peter Rudy . Al Schrier . John Shapton . Ben Staeger . Burpee Stevens . Joe Stong . Frank Swanson . Howard Whims . Bronson Wold. 1 jstty -•- 5s...asp " " 1800 EAST FORTY-SEVENTH FOUNDED IN 1865 GAMMA PI, 1906—96 CHAPTERS ;; (d, ' ° ROVZ- ' bh, ■(hur ' § FACULTY MEMBERS: WlJIiom E. Cox . Coi-I S. Dakan . Don J. Gray . D. D. Griffith. § SENIORS: Gordon Bath . Bob Brown . Orville EHon . Byron Haines . Murray Morgan . Elmo Lewis . Fred Rosslow . Will Sheffield . Harry Sherwood . George Zeigen. § JUNIORS; Frank Doleshy . George R. Jackson . James Kearnes . Leonard Lewis . Chester Moen . Thomas Nelson . Paul Sanders . Orval Walling . Gene Walsh. § SOPHOMORES: Jock Bardue . William Earner . Herbert Brotton . Bill Brown . Richcjfd Campbell . Bob Clark . Stan Clark . Marvin Courtney . Robert Loacker . Bill McDonald . Bruce Miller . Joseph Stiley . Steve Thurlow. § PLEDGES: Jomes Ahern . Don Anderson . Irving Bath . Meredyth Brown . Bob Carver . Wollace Cothcart . Al Cruver . Robert Denson . Herbert Ennen . Elmer Gentili Edword Leonard . Gail Leonord . Verne Loop . Durland Lund . Jess Miller . Scott Morns , Clarence Reld . George Roots . Wolter Smith . Jock Starling . Homer Stone . James Sussdorff. :M _ , iffll 1617 EAST FORTY-SEVENTH FOUNDED IN 1839 BETA OMEGA, 1901—88 CHAPTERS § FACULTY MEMBERS: James Greely . Donald Elberson. § GRADUATE MEMBERS: George Bennett . Williom Cole . Ned Hall . Bob McKinstry . Nat Washington . John Whitney. § SENIORS: John Beatty . James Codwell . King Culp . Bob Enloe . Dick Johnson . James Longmulr . George Lund . John Marshall . Fronk Meredith . Hunt Peterson . Bill Sander . Donald Simpson . Robert Sweet . Lynn White. § JUNIORS: Fred Brown . Jock Golbraith . Bob Gregory . James Holmes . John Kopet . Art Morgan . JoW Neill . Earl Schenck . Watson Smith . Jock Stoley . Richard Worthlngton . Bill WIngate. § SOPHOMORES: John Barker , Arthur Botemon . Berkeley Brandt . Hugh Coldwell . Al Evans . Clarion Honey . Wylle Hemphill . Bill Johnson . Horry Lockhart . Moc Lundin . Richard Mcintosh . Richard Montgomery . Dick Warren . Edword Tremper. § PLEDGES: Bill Carpenter . Franz Coe . John Sellatly . Joe Gritfin . Vrchie Heoton . Dick Izzard . Lewis Jones . Bob Lonsing . Jim Lewis . Bob Lockhart . Bob Mason . fohn Marontote . Max Moore . Drexel Scott . Allen Smyser . Oscar Stenberg . Bruce Stevenson . Wallace Stevenson . Gerald Young. .tciq° ,„.oo ts o ' C ' 4521 NINETEENTH N.E. FOUNDED IN 1824 , BETA DELTA, 1925-34 CHAPTERS , FACULTY MEMBERS: Ric.o,. E. FuHe, . C E. . ,, ,..,... , SENIORS.. CO,.. Be.. . --- ; ' ° ,. ,, ,„,,.. . .... U.a.,.o.. . SOPH. „,e.§ JUNIORS: Tho.osG,osve n,, Scenson . f.onk Toylo. , PLEDGES: E.O A..O . CO. O0..0. . P . ,,,, 3po.. . „ _..i, l-lnllond . Sumnei. Olsen . Henderson nusson . Riissell OMORES: Alon BlolocU . Jc Kenneth Hollond . S. Robert Walker. -rt; - ot " •Bond B " M A e ?be,. ,, " on 4600 TWENTY-SECOND N.E. FOUNDED IN 1841 y ALPHA THETA DELTA, ,92,-2S CHAPTERS GRADUATE MEMBERS: Richard Fretwell . § FACULTY MEMBERS: Philip Church . Geor.e Savage. GRADU _ . j,,, Hutchison. § SENIORS: Monte Brown . Charles on . J n Car. . Gordon Gol.p . Morvin Mor.on . " J ' ,. , . ,..,.e.ce Newlcnds . Geor.a ,.,,|,a. rcpo . Duane Du.e . George Galv,n obe,t J ,,.,,,„,,„ . Malcol. Hace .- er. Ro ce . .ohn Ryo. ■ Oona.d - " " jj . ,,,, . chodes Powers . Chester Cl,,l, n Ditewig . Thomas Kins.an Joseph McLe . . , :M4.. i PLEDGES: Richord Art John B- . • - rt Hoiderness . Jo.es HoI.es . OeWitt Co. . Eod Fisher . Wii.ia. ' - - ' Z. Mo.itor . TKo.as Owen . John Pearce . Fowler Mortin . Herbert McLean . Wilha. M,.Uelson . Hen.y Howard Rought . Robert Strctton . Howord York. Vdta » ° ' VA3 " 5° " ' .e V r ' l? H ° . r - 1819 EAST FORTY-SEVENTH FOUNDED IN 1890 WASHINGTON. 1908—37 CHAPTERS Iho ' ,vnt° " ' " sW - be " § FACULTY MEMBERS: Kenneth Cole . Heni-y OUchewski . Carl Kilgore. § GRADUATE MEMBER Rolph Bishop . Poddy Drishel . Evert Nelson . Ronald Preston. § SENIORS: Ronald Bishop . Harrisoi Chombers . Ellwood Dovidson . Roy Hanson . John Klein . Carl Sedore . Geoi ' ge Wimberty; § JUNIORS: Carl Grondy . Arvid Hullin. Millord Loomis . Eldon Mark. § SOPHOMORES: Curtli Barnard, Jr. . Wiliiom Bell . John Hargis . Frank Thornton . Robert Zimmerman. § PLEDGES: Lewi Armstrong . Richard Armstrong . Poul Borrogar . Jay Bloch . Ralph Booth . Ronald Caspers . Forrel Cook . James Decver . Robert Dickson . Francis Franetovich . Tom Hargis . James Longford Hyde , Roy Jones . Richard Kelly . Kenneth Lyman . William McCall . Roddy Rouch . John Ritchie . Edward Sheehon . Larry Slorah . Robert Winter . Joseph Wittman. i r A , ?J .- Pe t, K. appa 2 i • . a 2 oc; ' = s. " ace 4520 TWENTY-FIRST N.E. FOUNDED IN 1844 KAPPA EPSILON, 1910—47 CHAPTERS § FACULTY MEMBERS: Frederick Padelford . William K. Dehn. GRADUATE MEMBER: Eugene Elliot. §SB UORS: Rudy Anderson . Lane Brinson . Robert Brooks . Donald Collison . Edmund Kelley . Kenneth McKenzie . Proctor Melquist . Charles Padelford . George Perry . Charles Sather . Raymond T Emart. § JUNIORS: Wcddington Abbott . Fred Baisch . George Buck . Sidney Eisenbeis . Daniel Elmore . Gpri Gould . Douglas Hood . Jerry Kerr . Hugh Purcell . Hordyn Soule. § SOPHOMORES: Donald Edwards . Jack Garretson . William Koye . Ralph Jacobson . Neoi Heston . crft . Henry Wallace. § PLEDGES: John Boikema . Harold Davies . Bruce Evons . Charles Evans . Serg tof rny . Marshall Hatch . Kenneth Harlan . John Hitchcock . Stanley Hill . Charles Ide . Wayne Jackson . Archie Kelley . William D. King . John Koye . Robert Lewis . Wood Lyda . Robert McKav . Tom K - iison . Frank Merrill . Earl Rice . Burt Ryan . Robert Sieg . Horry Strong . Harry Skewis . Frank T.xy.is . Walter Walkinshow. lama 4550 EIGHTEENTH N.E. FOUNDED IN 1899 ALPHA OMEGA, 1926—52 CHAPTERS § SENIORS: Glen Butterfield . Gront Impett . Harrison Kramer . John Robinson. § JUNIORS: Thomas Blunden . Warren Brown . John Houghn . Fred Jones . Alvin Miller . Hans Norbisroth. § SOPHOMORES: Ray Allyn . Horry Honscom . George Lown . Albert Miller . Arnold Thumlert . Daniel Thumlert . Walter West. § PLEDGES: Rollond Bannister . Kelzer Burgoyne . Robert Clark . Stewart Martin . Keith Smith . Bob Wiley. «ow! Wh Y?S ° Tau Vdta «o . ... efa, ' .r ' ' ; vv, o ' ete 4524 NINETEENTH N.E. FOUNDED IN 1849 GAMMA MU, 1908—74 CHAPTERS § FACULTY MEMBERS: E. G. Cox . Leon Ellis. § GRADUATE MEMBERS: Norman Johnson . Leslie Wilkins . Robert Yeomans. § SENIORS: John Morrison . William Paul . Herbert PoM . Willert Rhyns- sstglf . Edwin Whitmore . Richard Wood. § JUNIORS: Jock Bradshaw . Merwin Casey . Paul Ferrier . Ge 4 orbes . Jack Garret . Erie Horswill . Horry Matthews . Joe Morgan . John Wayne . Loren ■ Myers. § SOPHOMORES: Willord Aranow . Jack Hertzen . Frank Olmsted . Donald Suetterlein . Elwood Wedeberg. § PLEDGES: Williom C. Bryant . Jock Deierlein . Jock Doron . Eugene George . Milton Hudson . Robert Hunter . Charles Hunter . Hill Jones . Robert McAskill . Fred Paul . Dick Poole . Curtis Samuels . EIrey Stevens . Williom Teller . Howard Tomosi . Floyd Vinson . Fritz Wede- erg . James Zilko. • Mftft ' i»im ' WTByrni»v¥iJw ■fV ' - ' ' ' " ' iij ' 2 Sr- ' I Kf fiW ■ fir S " ' ' ' iij ' li ' 113fc , a.o. ' ' Jones ' Ro 3e;- 1818 E. FORTY-FIFTH FOUNDED IN 1834 WASHINGTON CHAPTER, 1910—61 CHAPTERS § FACULTY MEMBERS: Hon-y E. Smith . James E. McRae. § GRADUATE MEMBERS: Ellis Hyatt . William Sawhill . Gene Wright. § SENIORS: Ellis Ash . Richard Bogardus . Kenneth Cannon . John Dodds . Andrew Hilen . Kenneth Jones . Hans Lund . Horace Rogers . Paul Scott . John Summersett . Robert Woodworth. § JUNIORS: Richard Anderson . Henry Harris . Phillip Hughes . Robert Matheson . William Morris . Edward Nelson . Jack Price . William Reed . John Williams . Stan Youngs. § SOPH- OMORES: Hood Baxley . Robert Kinnolrd . Poul Mormont . Richard Peterson . George Putnam . Dovid Waters . Lowell Waters . Jock White. § PLEDGES: Carl Altenburg . Gedney Barclay . Melvln Bennington . Andrew Carlson . Boyd Cleorwaters . Deon Field . Gordon Fry . Robert Frederick . Lewln Guberlet . Richard Harmon . John Jones . Ted Knightlinger , Robert Lochow . Horley O ' Dea . Hoyt Reed . Erwin Slade . Russel Ulrich . Wayne Wright . Donald Zorn. P A . mi¥i ' lynl w Kappa Sigma - =.; " Se-I - ' ? : V ' ' Or, " One ' 5004 SEVENTEENTH N.E. FOUNDED IN 1869 BETA PSI. 1903-108 CHAPTERS § FACULTY MEMBERS: C ' orence Edmundson . D C Holl H H M r , .., § GRADUATE MEMBERS: E ett Hughes H.lhlr M n " " " ' " - - -9 - § SENIORS: Jo.es Angle . Theodore Eng Ish " Do old G .T ' Jr ' ' " " ' " " ' ' " " ' ' ' ' °- " d°n. Roper So.ples . Ly.on Stone . Beniomfn T henor w " ' " " ' ° ' ' " ' ■ ' " " -inMoter . Willion, Acomb . John Benson . F.o Lr BergeZ ' S IT " , . ' " " " ' " ' ' ' - S-I NIORS: John Dovles . Jock Grohon, . Fronk Hoiks hZ Mo r " rT, ' " ™° ' ' ' ' ° ' °° " 5 ' - ' • Stonsbury . F.onk Wosko.l.. . WllHo. Wood VsOPHOMOR r eII 1 " ' ' ' " " " ' ° " " - Ccle o. . Potrick Dorsey . Rfchord Murphv R T P L " " " " " ' ° ' " ' ' ■ D°- ' d § PLEDGES: Byron Aco.b . Arvid Andel; ' 2 ' . ' V ' " ' ' ' " ' " ' ' " ' ' ' f " - Aioert HosHngs . Robert Kogy . Sheldon Libert 7 tl 7 ' ° " ' ' ' ' " ' ° ' ' ° ° ' " ■ Jack Mohoney . Williom Newbern n I 1 ' ' ' ' " ' " ' " ' " " " " Orson Don Sanders Rober Shofer Ro ' 7 " T ' ' ' ' ° " ° ' ' ' ' ' ° " ° " " «-- Shofer . Roy Solvoson . Dov d Swenson . Jock WhIKng Patrick Lloyd Robert Reese »awui »«»»3i«»«m;»jM»»Ti»iM«¥T«m ' «« m iC| W} 4509 NINETEENTH N.E. FOUNDED IN 1909 ALPHA PSI, 1918—86 CHAPTERS 1. {ne ' V e ,h , § FACULTY MEMBERS: Arthur Beardsley . Richard Codle . R. F. Forweil . Poul M. Higgs . Ralph Welch. § SENIORS: Wendell Batt . Winston Corsten . Hubert Comer . Joseph Connor . Pat McHugh . Leonard McMohan . Marion Marts . Hens Skov . Robert Wonn. § JUNIORS: Duone Cosper . Arthur Bratsberg . Robert Ruley. Williom Bennett . Ben Ootey. § SOPHOMORES: Warren Cate . Robert Dorr . Robert Edgerly. § PLEDGES: Eugene Avey . John Baker . Donald Bell . Donald Bourke . EIroy Wiehl . Jack Ford . Lowell Honey . James Hillman . William Hubbard . Danold Jackson . Robert Lane . Mormon Meyer . Roy Wells . Ernest Stowell, hl. • ' •c f G° = ' Son ■ ' " " p ' or ' PA: Vdta ' Theta 21 M EAST FORTY-SEVENTH FOUNDED IN 1848 ALPHA, 1900-105 CHAPTERS S ' ii L LIi. SeSo ? .i r r - « = - ' ' B-lev Ce.e. Cos l!rr " ±p • " ' " ' - ' ' !° ' h- ;;::fH " .„fe? ,r; ' ? - - ' ° " ,?° " ' -- ° " " - t ; « Jim o%. L ' ' ' ' ° " ■ ° ' ' ' °bson . Bob Squires Stuot ' Th I , ' ' ' ' ' " ' " ' °b ° " - ■ § JUNIORS: Ed Becker . Vol Co.eron . WII|-o:, Dovl Bll[ dT ' T " " ' u " ° ' ' " " ' " ' ' «°b - ' ' ° ' " - Don Lorson . Jock McCune . Bill Norwoy Phillio oL Z ' r.; ° ' ' ° ' " ' B°b Howley — -m ord Shortoll . John S.ith . Barney Weitlu d § SOPHO ORr. J ? " . " " ' ' ' ' ShoJ ' i l nnerh Colv „. Horry d ' Evers . Bill Everett Georfe R h r . ° ' . ° ' ' ' ' " ' ' -V Be.,is . John Howard . Gordon Hull . Bill Kirschner lo 7 ' ,° " ' " Grobenhorst . Horry Horrocks j f " ' - Go lond . Ed Christion . John Crowford Robert De I p c " ' ? " " " ' " ' ° ' rennon . — , ,% °; ' °- ' V . Chorles Gorrett . Bill Gleoson clno P ' n ' ' ' ' ' ° " ■ Kenneth Forris . McFarfond . Don On,on . Jock O.on . Eln,er Per " s ' Se: o P h ' " " " r.lT " ' ' ' ' " ' - on Thompsdr, . Willlom Zimmermon. ' ' ' ' P ' ' ' -° ' hongle . Robert Tolcott . €:; «.«. ' l ' «l iltif; •iJ-(«.j ' i«i i .» I i.i;i-- i t .yit. lisi mmmnt m Phi amma ,1 °?, ' ' ' SV tas e ' . " kV . , iaro, -:m 0 ! " ' lrur ' ° ' ' " f jtst - ' •;!• ' " ..» JaV 4503 SEVENTEENTH N.E. FOUNDED IN 1848 SIGMA TAU, 1900—73 CHAPTERS ' ■ Si " ; . •.r ! ' -- o ' ' ' H " ' Ur ° " -c,|vEN -,cba ' ° " ' sMay a " ,b n ? " v aa ' 5 ' ' ' lov ir- i. § FACULTY MEMBERS: Dean Herbert T. Condon . Joseph Horrison. § GRADUATE MEMBER: Robert Moch. § SENIORS: Michael Bird . Stuart Blum . Herbert Condon, Jr. . Robert Deming . Richard Everett . James Eastwood . Charles Flynn . Philip Hilditch . Bernard Kohls . Robert Lamson . Robert Martin . Gayley Mortlond . Wayne Murray . David Oswold . Burr Odell . Stuart Smith . William- Thompson . Richard Watt . Robert Watkins . Forbes Wilson. § JUNIORS: Wallace Atkinson . Joseph Bird . Guy Buck . Robert Buck . James Crick . David Deming . Donald Freshwater . Mertin Hatch . Thomas Harmon . Thomas Kelley . Jackson Latham . John Little . John Mitchell . Warren Philbrick . Richard Snyder . Paul Shoudy . Allan Trumbull . Leonord Vaupell . Daniel Viles . Norman Woyland. § SOPHOMORES: John Burns . Wellington Bingham . James Eagleson . William Jaynes . Thomas Jemison . Robert Kilgore . LaFell Lamson . Williom Lindsell . Jomes McGoldrick . John Montgomery . John Power . James Robinson . Theodore Wassard . William Wilcox . Jack Wolf . Richard Yeager. § PLEDGES Hugh Banks . John Barnett . Richard Easter . John Eicher . Frank Garretson . Herman Garretson . Robert Hage . Willord Hatch . William Hubboch . Don Hume . William Kerr . Max Kuney . Stanley Loing . Otis Lamson . Henry Loquvam . John Mumma . George Nichols . Henry Owen . Robert Philip . Newell Priess . Bob Parsons . Neil Richardson . Harold Weaver. J PAi Kc appa tsL. OVv. " On - ° " ° " . { ' ' " p ' ' ; ' . G,°= , - . |:j ' : vsco, p. n •■« ' v?S°9 •oc?.. : Sfs ■«,te?-i ' ' Wrf ■ Oa V-. ' e. OhCo ' ' 9A ' , ' ' t- ' n 2120 EAST FORTY-SEVENTH FOUNDED IN 1852 ALPHA, 1914—52 CHAPTERS § FACULTY MEMBERS: Donald Cornu . Harry Mclntyre . Charles More. § GRADUATE MEMBERS: Ston Taylor . Cornelius Chavelle . Jay Stevens. § SENIORS: Wesley Bubb . Robert Dohlln . Edward A Johnson , ax Judy . Edward Morse . Herbert Rice . Elliott Robertson . Jock Whitemon. § JUNIORS: Donold Cromie . George Gray . Hugh Hotson . Howard Kenyon . Dixon Murphy . Torlief Torland . Marshall Yost. § SOPHOMORES: John Beoll . Stephen Bezich . John Lewis . Lawrence Mcintosh . Merle Miller . Daniel Mulrine . Jack Somuelson . Shirl Wilson. § PLEDGES: James Arms . William Barber . Kirk Buck . Joseph Dubsky . Gerald Fallon . Douglas Graves . Goeffrey Heath . Robert Knight . Don han . Edgar Murnen . Jack Parker . Kenneth Peck . John Stone . Stewart Tremaine . t-ttt xmnv iv PAi Kappa lama u °lV p( ts 471 I SIXTEENTH N.E. FOUNDED IN 1850 ALPHA UPSILON, 1919—38 CHAPTERS , toe ' " ' (.■,5efe ' . V ' n ' ' § FACULTY MEMBERS: Edgor M. Di-opei- . Wllliom Savery . Dean Willis L. Uhl . Robert Von Horn . Williom R. Wilson. § GRADUATE MEMBERS: Jock Davis . Hilton Lysons . Herbert Mjorud . Wolter Roney . Woodrow Ullin. § SENIORS: Fred Bloke . Eugene S. Eugene . Croig Gritfin . Charles Hortmon . Jomes Lament . Henry Loew . Theodore McCoffroy . Orville Olsen . Albert Pa rker . Poul Risener. § JUNIORS: Everett Austin . Robert Butterfield . Ted Domning . Richard Foster , George Fronks . Owen Henry . Williom Parker . Robert Wohleb. § SOPHOMORES: Robert Bell . Chorles Croosdill . Arthur Edv ords . Clarence Froberg . Fronk Gibson . Ted Huetter , Robert Meany . Fori Melville . Jock Nelson . Robert Tostevin . Gordon Wight . John Williams. § PLEDGES: Horry Bocchus . Richard Bg|.nl,Qft _ Henry Brlggs . Glenn Davidson . Eugene Evans . Stan Gillies . Robert Grunbock . Willord Hanson . George Harrison . Theodore Hokenstod . Robert Lomont . Stewort Lindsay . James McMillin . Robert Nelson . Horry Oliver . Fronk Peters . John Stewart . John White . Word Wlllioms. Ji ' ° ' »p7o ' ; ° «oiv . ' -.. f .- °c ef. ;k!4 4547 SEVENTEENTH N.E. FOUNDED IN 1906 ALPHA PI, 1929—44 CHAPTERS § SENIORS: R. Won-en Anderson . John Sheller . Philip Wagner. § JUNIORS: Don Boniiett, Corl Erickson . Wallace Laursen . William Roberts . Gordon Shields . Winston Schleef § SOPHOMORES; Lewis Diemond . Sylvon Fulwiler , Richard Soderqulst . Robert Tonke . Dudley Thompson. § PLEDGES: Gino Alvou . Sidney Ferchen . Elden Libby . Fronk Tiano. Kappa RO ' fv e-V . oeq " - ch " ' ; ' ' i : : ° " a.« V ! ' „vtav . RO ' .Td, ' " ' ' ■ 1S%L - nVtat S a ' 4637 TWENTY-FIRST N.E. FOUNDED IN 1873 LAMBDA DEUTERON, 1932—52 CHAPTERS ' ' U°trS: " ' ' I r% § FACULTY MEMBERS: Dr. Allen Benham . Merritt E. Benson . Horry Burns . Dr. Herbert Corey . Dr. John Guberlet . Glen Lutey . Dr. Barnett Sovery . Dr. Rex Robinson . Dr. Williom E. Wilson. § GRADUATE MEMBERS: Bill Barton . Paul Hatt . Cloy Tonberg. § SENIORS: Ted Emerson . Robert Fogon . Robert Gront . Brien King . Edgar Mercy . Harold Stack . Herb Yondle. § JUNIORS: Jock Arnold . Lloyd Bocon . Joe De Smet . Evan Geogtiegon . Ross Goodrich . Russell Hewitt . Paul Mercy . Lou Ogiivy . Henry Peterson . John Rosenkranz . Bill Sexton. § SOPHOMORES: Dick Paris . Judc _ Lockwood. § PLEDGES: Roy Bornhiil . Curtis Church . Robert Hays . Fronk Hosford . Mourice Kirk-__ potrick . Ade Stewort. S u 266 im m in s o. - SSco, ' °-X;o. ears i;. ' " ' all Pi Kappa ■Qtpha 1804 EAST FIFTIETH FOUNDED IN 1868 BETA BETA, 1914—80 CHAPTERS § FACULTY MEMBERS: S. J. Coon . Alfred Horsch . Wesley Hunner . Fred W, Kennedy . R. T. Pollord. § GRADUATE MEMBER: Jim Houschildt. § SENIORS: Gerald Brott . Knox Marshall . Don Winter. § JUNIORS: Dick Bergholz . Phil Grossman . Fred Payne . Rex Sears. § SOPHOMORES: Clayton Dohlberq . Joseph Hall . Virgil Peterson . Clyde Pooser. § PLEDGES: Dale Correa . Frank Dinsmoor . Walter Gilmour . George Hansen . Gene Hougardy . Harry McCormack . Bill Strong . Chet Walters. STCL ' I.Hl ' «K 1 Ar: • J ' ..HJMl»V.l.t,l.i;K-Vi iV ' »IL.il„.lvl • 4547 NINETEENTH N.E. FOUNDED IN 1904 ALPHA DELTA, 1924—42 CHAPTERS § FACULTY MEMBERS: J. L. Alexander . Herbert H. Gowen . J. W. Hotson . D. H. Mackenzie . V. Sivertz . E. V. Smith . § GRADUATE MEMBERS: F. L. Curtis . Paul Dull . Warren Hobbs. § SENIORS: Jess Barnes . Robert E. Conner . Roy Hall . Willard Vadmon. § JUNIORS: Howard Bayley . Martin Fronciscovich . Henry Novok . Craig Marsters. § SOPHOMORE: Daniel Hill. § PLEDGES: Alfred Bomford . Lome Bradley . James Byrne . Sidney Cone . Michael Derbin . Jack Jeffery . Ronald Jensen . Rudolph Kartiss . Charles Sedom . DeLoss Seeley . Carl Simpson . Harold Smith . Lowell Vadmon. 268 y ' - O v :. C ' 9. y -„ " ' ' 269 v 1818 EAST FORTY-SEVENTH FOUNDED IN 1833 § FACULTY UFMPco r " ' ' " CHAPTERS ■iUN.ORS: Bin Co,.dwe„ . J..es DeL. L, E ' T- p " ' ' ° ' " °° ' ' ' ' ' - Joseph Gloss Gec-ge G .ge,- . Rolph Jen., ' wT lev o " h ' ' ° ' " " " " ' " " - ' ' e,. . McCor hy . Gordon Mowot . Motthe. Potton ' Brpl ' " " ' Z: " ' ' ' ° " ' " ' ' ' Lilly . Jock Bruce Whitehouse . Roleigh Toylo,-. J SOPHOMORES r " . ' J ' . ' ' " ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' " ' ° " -Watts Edwo,.d D.o.ey . Joe. F,o,, . Geo.ge G I H " o T ' ' ' " u " ' ° ' - ' ' " ' ' ' " - ■ g ' -due Bill Sco..ell. § PLEDGES: ChoHes Boch o E c r, " ' " ' " ' ' ™ ' ' " ' R°be,.t f °P ' " • R°bert Coe . Poul Cotton . Richord DeDlot ' P ' , " ' ' ° ' ' ' ' ' ' " thei-ton . Foster MU Z : ' ' " " ' ' ' ' ° ' ° " ■ - -- ■ John Po ■ o t Fro up ; ' ' ° " " ' ° ' - -9 • e Lewi lAUHA-iH i. i i!t!L % MM i U -S y «tf 4506 SEVENTEENTH N.E. FOUNDED IN 1856 ALPHA, 1904— no CHAPTERS 6eooe s0 " rO W ettieV h. « = ' i!,retb " ' ; ef.een ; -g.e - vv- ; " ; -, »a ' (Ctne pta;; V hea . .° " S " -:vJ°° ' nq ' et. Ta ' , bo . (oe mec ' - § GRADUATE Dougloss . Dav Pai-khlll . Alle MEMBER: Morion Felt. § SENIORS: Wili:am Bowden . Mork Conterbury . Williom ■id Hall . William Houston . Jack Kime . John Mockid . Robert McKenney . La Petrich . Robert Webber . William Whitehead . Harris Wiltamuth . Henry Wbo ' cf. § JUNIORS: Duane Anstett . Willis Boker . Clinton Bennett . Charles Blaine . Doane Brokemeyer ; . Webb Foster . Harold Gebouer . Jacob Onstott . Don Plcht . Munro Pineo . Llew Springer , Joseph ' ' ' Voellmeck . William Vandermoy . John Worren. § SOPHOMORES: Einar Benedictson . Ray Blackstock . Jack Denton . Loren Dewey . Eugene Dootson . John Evans . Don Hayton . Paul Jorvis . James Johnston . Bradley Jones . Charles Llghtfoot . Wolter Page . Martin Petrich . Robert Scott . Charles Spence ' William Waldo . Harold Wheat. § PLEDGES: Edward Black . David Bottlng . Charles Burkhelmer ' . Donold Colvin . Dale Gaeth . Stanley Green . Jay Honson . Wendell Harris . Max Holsinger . Stonley Huey . Poul Larkin . Fred La Vigne . Frank Morrison . Verle Nelson . Dick Pratt Reilly . Dixon Rice . Raymond Solmonson . Raymond Seefeldt Talbot . Chester Thornton . James Von Slyke. Bruce Smith Scout Reed . Joseph Sterling 1 IT |BF(F Philipps Robert V ' ' -9B3k hi£ Kmh I 4511 EIGHTEENTH N.E. FOUNDED IN 1909 SIGMA NU, 1926—41 CHAPTERS § GRADUATE MEMBERS: Chester Aoron . Victor Dobrin . Orville Golub . Daniel Narodick . Leon olfstone. § SOPHOMORES: Harold Drebin . Norman Gorfkle . Laurence Jacobson . Melwyn Kehn . b K Howard Mlllei ' . Allan Rotmon. § PLEDGES: Norman Bobrow . Sidney Cohn . Raymond Drebin . Bornett Elster . Orven Fischbach . Philip Friedman . Herbert Isbin . Victor Lyon . Leon Metzenboum . Robert Miller . William Rogers . Arthur Stelner. i.Tli.V.«l«iti ' (JM il«i.ALl .-:i iHi.TII.tlU 1716 EAST FORTY-FIFTH FOUNDED IN 1855 UPSILON UPSILON, 1903- Z.. tamP ' og ■f of- ° - J- ' .Ct= ' .cV-r V - f.oie, etc- " " ttii - " ' " " ' ' ■ " -- 3 ■ ■ ro " ° " ,L; ' y ' ,?. ' v.V , ocV V d ,Cta ' : v e " -97 CHAPTERS V aq " ' cot , c . 9 " ' A W U ' - SEVEN ' ' viaVlo " ' § FACULTY MEMBERS: Vernon McKenzle . Lonce Gowen . Kenneth Pearce . Leonard Stevens. § GRADUATE MEMBERS: Jim Nicholson . Les Hollenbeck. § SENIORS: Lourence Bar . Robert Egge . Richard Egge . Herbert Ihrig . Alvin Kelly . Jack Kinzel . Emerson Lounsbury . Charles Man ' . John Phillips . John Rockwell . Charles Wagner. § JUNIORS: Benson Chondler . Vernon Drye . Corl+on Ericksen . Robert Gust . John Holland . Ricker Jomes . Conrad Lamping . Victor Markov . Fred Moe . Frank McHugh . William Nelson . George Tyler . Joe Welch . Pete Whithed. § SOPHOMORES: Arthur Ellsworth . Charles Ferries . Ted Godfrey . Lawrence Kiskoddon . Richard Kummer . Zeph Lone . Joseph McCrackin . Poul MacMichael . Lawrence Norman . Whitmore Reoding . Walter Reid . Don Sherlock . Marshall Shore . Ned Stevens . Fronk Willis. § PLEDGES: John Ablan . Sidney Anderson . Elwood Arneson , John Ashe . Robert Boylis . Richard Brockett . Don Bronson . Frank Bubnick . Fred Chesnut . William Coldiron . Barbour Dearborn . Kenneth Douglas . Lawrence Fitchett . Wendell Freece . Jack Gannon . John James . Gilbert Lone . Chuck Lorrowe . Howard Lovejoy . John McCrockin . Gordon Milliman . Horace Morrison . Jack Nutley . Williom Short . Jack Starr . Oliver Swenson . Paul Swensson . William Woggonei- . Leslie Warjone . Richard Watts. " A_ F I 272 pM il : Tl oma, ;! " ■= , . ' ' 0, " ' . ' ' naS.A. rAc; ' .7 " »er. ' e ,d t. ' . 6( rl? ' " v: H ' ft, ■3%, £;ir dsha oa 1 S , ' PPe ar o 9an ea„s i , ' feaf „ " =ogft, ' •c so und GAMMA CHI. 1896—96 CHAPTERS 1616 EAST FORTY-SEVENTH FOUNDED IN 1869 § FACULTY MEMBER: Dr. Vernon A. Mund. § GRADUATE MEMBERS: Edward Arpln . Thomas Hurst . Robert Keating. § SENIORS: Joseph Crowley . James Cruzen . Berwyn Geoghegan . Robert Green . Neil Matzger . Rollin Neibauer . Ed Nowogroski . Joe Ryan . Phil Schoel . Chandler Thomas . Leslie Sheridan. § JUNIORS: Robert Bradshaw . David Harroh . Dove Maqinnis . Floyd McCroskey . Arthur Means . Calvert Sheldon . Jack Shetburne . John Wheotley. § SOPHOMORES: Charles Abramson . Almvig . William Bradner . William Cummings . Noel Delaney . Lee Edwards . Robert Garrison . Martin Gruber . Neil Hagemon . William Hordy . Leo Howel . John Jennings . Don McChesney . Kenneth Partlow . Fred Slipper. § PLEDGES: Phillip Andrews . Warren Averlll . Charles Barnett . Joseph Brislown . Robert Boyd . Perry Cochran . William Company . William Dunlop . Harold Gronroos . Charles Jones . Karl Krogstod . Ted Lund . Clarke McDonold . Glen Metsker . William Nichols . Bert Nielsen . Peter Nissen . Henry Noon . Lincoln Nordby . John Porter . William Reosoner . Robert Richardson . William Russell . Denis Sunderland . David Taylor . Jack Towson . Jesse Wilklns . Melville Wood. 27T— ' " " .-co y } f ' 0 .a; RST (V_ 4504 SIXTEENTH N.E. FOUNDED IN 1901 WASHINGTON BETA. 1922—69 CHAPTERS 1 CoO " - v oi " ' ' ' s ' l -,e a " ' Sc! " ' Xbe= « ' ' oaf. Franzke . llom Lowry Frank § FACULTY MEMBERS: Russell Blankenship , O. E. Draper . Garland Ethel . A. L Hamack . Frederick W. Orr . Charles R. Strother. § GRADUATE MEMBERS: W ■ Merrick . Orville Pence. § SENIORS: Harry Boker . Robert Bergseth . James Bloomfield . Allen Botze, Denver Jameson . Walter Hall . William Lennox . William Pritchard . Hans Rice . Henry RosenberS Donald Roberts . Roy Wheeler. § JUNIORS: George Carnohan . Ray Cook . Jim Flint . John Hoshor Leonard Jobe . John Paul Jones . Tom E. Perry . Frank Weick. SOPHOMORES: Edward Cunningham Richard Dunmore . Ronold Green . Harry Martin . Wallace McGhee . Jock McBride . Frank Patterson Bud Pripp . Dean Turner. § PLEDGES: Terrill Borco . Brandt Bede . CliHord Boggess . William Brett John Cook . Robert Goler . Frank Hammock . Jim Heath . William Irvin . Paul Jensen . Clair Lakin Richard Mathews . Edwin Niska . Tommy O ' Conner . Wilbur Pointer . Jack Peters . Ted Schimonski Frederic Sherburne . Vincent Shoemaker . Ralph Staehli . King Sligor . James Trethewey . Walter Zohrei Mi 4M . iiias ( " -n " ■ oA, " Son au appa 2p5lLon 4510 TWENTY-FIRST N.E. FOUNDED IN 1899 CHI, 1926—39 CHAPTERS § FACULTY MEMBERS: Dr. H. K. Benson . Dr. H. A. Burd . Dr F. J. Goodrich. § GRADUATE MEM- BERS: Clark Salisbury . Gus Young. § SENIORS: Mitchell Gasparovich . Andrew Roye. § JUNIORS: Bob Cruikshank . Van Donaldson . Richard Gepner . Dominic Kuljis . Tony Lloyd . Robert Ov en . Robert Randall . Poul Ryan . Dove Williams. § SOPHOMORE: Sherman Burd. § PLEDGES; Fred Bachmann . Andy Broff . Brice Bucklin . Tony Gosporovich . Howord Gepner . Earl Johnson . Geoi ' ge Lolos . James Moore . Edward Palmoson . Les Siegel. nklA ' ll ■ A.UV.H. ' I.YbVt I J.: ' i if c; B f » .V k t. ill, V iwiiliJMl Tc au Ph c i?IS - , Co - r; er |-,, v ° ' s;..et . pTtS 0 t:l .. - 4616 TWENTY-FIRST N.E. FOUNDED IN 1923 ALPHA, 1923—3 CHAPTERS § FACULTY MEMBERS: Deon Hugo Winkenwerde § GRADUATE MEMBERS: Melvin Twerda Benecke . Merton Dawley . Horry Geerd: fx :c ' ° -Sa M ■ i Prof. Bi ' or L. Grondol . Frederick Wangacrd. Carl Wetterstrom. § SENIORS: Walter Austin . William Donald Hill . John Kjosness . Chester Olson . Lawrence ■% A Pattison . Reino Sorlin . Charles Simpson . Gene Slocum . Ralph Stryker . George Welch . Corson Williams . Hubert Wilson . Otto Woods. § JUNIORS: Jock Corkery . Van Buren Demick . Raymond DesComp . Thomas Fleming . Robert Hardy . Charles Neth. § SOPHOMORES: Robert Colwell . Richard McPherson . Clarence Romey . Bernard Welch. § PLEDGES: Thomas Barnes . George Corkery . Robert Demick . Jack Kei ' lee . Hugh Pritchord . Clinton Riordan . Ronald Rix . Carl Stevens. 274 " Theta ,°ocl ' " B ' S; £ M -, : r: 3o«o -■ ' U, W-e. W. ' Son. FOUNDED IN 1856 4535 SEVENTEENTH N.E. ALPHA RHO, 1925—50 CHAPTERS § FACULTY MEMBERS: Prof. Stevenson Smith : Prof. James E. Gould. § SENIORS: Ray Anderson . Alfred Bergman . Adrian Curtiss . James Funk , Gordon Hombley . Howard Hansen . Ken Hargreoves . Leif Harris . Richard Hart . Ed Hlllyer . Roger James . John McBurney . Jack Meharry . Ed Meyer . 4jj««rEugene Oldham . Bob Olds . Leo Pierce . Robert Rieks . Chorles. Schuchart. § JUNIORS: Torkiel — SREL ' rlson . Bruce Cheever . Walter Elliott . James Fogar+y . Don Gronston . John Honnum . Chris Heimbigner . Robert Hervey . Wesley Hinton , Jack Kidd . Mack Koon . Conrad Monnes . Watson Robertson . Scott Simenstad . William Smith . Gerald Swanson . George Taylor . Victor Vaughn. § SOPHOMORES: Donald Bourgoize . Woolsey Bingay . Stanley Brooks . Joseph Feek . Austin Grant . Uames Randies. § PLEDGES: Mark Allen . Carter Crimp . Jay DeFriel . Edgar Filion . Cliff Fulwiler . ' illiam Giesa . Carlton Grue . Virgil Hillyer . Jim Howe . William Juntila . Lloyd Lofthus . Robert McMillan . Gene Miller . Charles Moehrlng . Gordon Montgomery . Robert Peck . Robert Rood . William Savage . Walter Shelton . James Skewes . Kenneth Smith . Dale Taylor . Pete Tegtmeler . Dean Thompson . William West. 277 VkVt I A k-i J lii; ■ A..-. i. U ilivAjiiO •n ■r TAeta VeLta S;;( ' " V .S -fOV) 4532 NINETEENTH N.E. FOUNDED IN 1847 XI DEUTERON, 1913—29 CHAPTERS VAa 15 13 Ik. § FACULTY MEMBERS: Judson F. Folknor . Major L. A. Wetherby . Robert S. Mansfield. § SENIORS: Esler R. Bechtel . Raymond J. Trembloy . Fred Weingarten. § JUNIORS: Lewis W. Berry . Robert A. Johnson . Keith McCoy. § SOPHOMORES: Homer Curtis . Joseph Finney . Edward R. Johnston . Russell Nord . Robert dwell . Robert Wescott . Andrew Winberg. § PLEDGES: John Ashbaugh . John Duff . Vaughn Giffen . Donald Helberg . Robert D. Marshall . Paul Meydenbauer . Andrew Rogerson. 278 k m ..oL . 0 ' ° -Sl.. ' - ' .5 " ; 4522 EIGHTEENTH N.E. FOUNDED IN 1864 UPSILON, 1915—36 CHAPTERS § FACULTY MEMBERS: Robect Q. Brown . Austin Eostmon . George Goodspeed . George Kelez . F. Spellacy . Brente Stirling . Charles Weaver . Hewitt Wilson. § SENIORS: Leonard Bonar . William William Moloy . Clayton Nordstrom . Lorin Peterson . Forrest Sainsbury . Harvey . CTon Knisely William Wolters. § JUNIORS: Carl Bronson , Lewis Englond . William Forrell . John Fredricks . Charles McCoughan . Milton Raymond . Robert Will. § SOPHOMORES: A. Worren Anderson . John Brown . t Bunn . Frank Garrison . Mox Peabody . Williom Schmid . George C. Wall. § PLEDGES: Keith ■son . Stan Bernhoff . Ed Blau . Wallace Clarke . Earl McCoy . Vernon Peterson . Gordon Shuck . Stecher. ' mmm 4760 TWENTY-FIRST N.E. FOUNDED IN 1898 ALPHA MU. 1922—34 CHAPTERS A § FACULTY MEMBER: Joseph Cohen. § GRADUATE MEMBER: Lester Asheim. § SENIORS: Donold Cohan . Sylvan Cohen , Alan Porteguese . Ale« Rosenkrontz . Irwin Sigmond. § JUNIORS: Horry Bernow . Carl Koch . Norman Kossis . Melvin Lurie. § SOPHOMORES: Frederick Danz . Elkon Offer . Alvin Schneider . Phillip Schworz. § PLEDGES: Avron Gillmon . Earle Glont . Morcus Mesher . Myron Rosenthal . Stanley Silverman . Rolan Shank . Morton Vines . Harold Vinikow . Gerald Walters . James Winters. 230 115151? M - oat I ' • r?j? ooc s " ' an ' ' ihH°ii 4703 TWENTY-FIRST N.E. FOUNDED IN 1847 PHI LAMBDA, 1920—28 CHAPTERS C 4 (lirpirjiTj; § FACULTY MEMBER: Clyde Robinson. § GRADUATE MEMBERS: George Kunz . Charles Duffy . John Hunter. § SENIORS: Jock Burns , John Carter . Cecil Drury . David Gellotly . John McKeehon . Bob Meigs . James Mills . George Morry . Richard Moser . Donald Meikl ' ejohn . Robert Pinkham . Jack Ross . Graham Witis . Robert Woods. § JUNIORS: Ernest Belknap . Alec Bryce . Jim Bryce . Melville Corbin . Volney Cousins . Fred Duffy . Charles Riemcke. § SOPHOMORES: Howley Atkinson . Horry ngham . Don Coburn . David Fuller . Brooks Norman . William Thompson . Keith Wilder. § PLEDGES: Will Anderson . Bob Carroll . Ralph Devin . Ray Egner . Thoddeus G. Grosscup . Donald Kirby . James Lynch . James Meiklejohn . Word Pettit . Fred Schneider . Wells Lobberton. Sotottttai J l l MmmmmmBms anAeuenic -• ■S, ' § OFFICERS: President — Harriet Holman . Secretary — Betty Lou Grant . Treosurer — Betty Lou Manley. § REPRESENTATIVES: Alpha Chi Omego— Doris Hemrich . Alpho Delta Pi— Jeanice Word . Alpha Delta Theta — Helen Bassetti . Alpha Epsllon Phi — Claire Hochfeld . Alpho Gamma Delta — Mary Kay Rohrer . Alpha Omicron Pi — Betty Finger . Alpha Phi — Emma Moury . Alpho Xi Delto — Ruth Mary Larsen . Beta Phi Alpha — Lorroine Donoghue . Chi Omego — Barbara Boose . Delto Delta Delta — Margoret Odell . Delta Gamma — Cloire Wernecke . Delta Zeto — Esther Krobbe . Gommo Phi Beto — Phyllis Klinker . Koppo Alpha Theto — Koy Duffy . Koppa Delto — Feme Base . Koppo Kappa Gommo — Mory Scommell . Phi Mu — Verno Reed . Phi Omega Pi — Ganelle Lytle . Pi Beta Phi — Morion Bergren , Sigmo Koppo — Morjorie Johnson . Theto Upsilon — Mary Jone Lammie . Zeta Tou Alpha — Miro Sheiton . Phrateres — Eleanor Huot. lusti„ -. ?-.c? ' - SfZt ' .NZ O Ho p. St -x?r . fits Of ' " ' ■ 1616 EAST FIFTIETH FOUNDED IN 1885 RHO, 1910 57 CHAPTERS § FACULTY MEMBER: Fronces M. Eorle. § GRADUATE MEMBERS: Elsie Chilman . Adeline Meresse . Peggy Smith. § SENIORS: Bobbie Arneil . Agnes Boyd . Virginlo Cline . Ruby Coo+es . Alberto Colcoch . Jane Ebiight . Elizobeth Ellingwood . Marie Forgey . Celeste Fulton . Lech Hoyward . Doris Hemrich . Isabel Hoge . Virginia Hoskins . Hazel Lovejoy . Mary Ellen McElroy . Doris Mcllroy . Miro Moll . Noncy Podas . Dorothy Sutherland. § JUNIORS: Jean Ahrens . Betty Butts . Dorothy Driftmier . Marjorie Elliott . Jean Evans . Helen Hall . Adele Hull . Emily Huntington . Jone McGee . Eleanor Monkey . Mory Murray . Jerold Anne Newcomer . Betty Robinson . Barboro Taylor. § SOPH- OMORES: Lorene Belaire . Marjorie Brotlie . Borbora Barkley . Madeline Cookerly . Betty Lou Grant . Virginia Holtzinger . Mary Jane Chandler . Patricia Huber . Doris Lake . Dorothy Pinneh . Marylu Podos . Josephine Ronsburg . Dorothy Struthers . Estelle Tucker . Florence Tustin . Virginia Trubshaw. § PLEDGES: Gertrude Anderson . Helen Butcher . Jean Crawford . Betty Crow . Betty Edwards . Barbara Ellis . Doris Foote . Josephine Ford . Margaret Franks . Audrey Hanson . Ruth Hoyward . Margaret Hopple . Lois House . Emily Hull . Dana Ingram . Robeno Lorson . Betty Lou Monley . Shirley Mills . Billie Officers . Potricio O ' Leary . Elinor Reld . Natalie Smith . Dorothy Stock . Rosemary Valentine. ' ' : ' :X Jeo- ' ' ,„e . " o 4547 EIGHTEENTH N.E. FOUNDED IN 1851 ALPHA THETA, 1917—57 CHAPTERS rs X V.on5 Re " §FACULTY MEMBERS: Bergete Maydahl . Leone Rulifson . Maryhelen Byers. § SENIORS: Kathryn Bi-andmeier . Margaret Cordlff . Lillian Corlson . Marian Foster . Virginia Honna . Mary Johnstone . Kathleen Neville . Louise Stevenson . Zita Stiley . Kothryn Stover . Mary Wallace . Jeonice Word . LoVon Watkins . Margaret Wilson. § JUNIORS: Carol Halls . Tillle Anne Hollock . Edna Humphrey . Betty Mae Her . Lorrolne Purple . Doris Quist . Horrlette Rasmussen . Tordls Relling . Betty Anne Rylond . Jean Sherwin . Dorothy Steele-Show . Betty Strehlou . Janet Weston. § SOPHOMORES: Esther Carlson . Jane Kennedy . Morcia LoRoche . Maxine Reed . Muriel McColl . Ella Mead. § PLEDGES: Jane Anderson . Margaret Arneman . Frances Arold . Violet Bell . Flora Blessing . Lorraine Brondmeier . Muriel Bushell . Beverly Eastham . Geraldine Eostmon . Dorothy Gann . Jane Gear . Elvera Gilordi . Barbara Hallock . Frances Harris . Phoebe Harris . Elsbeth Hotmonn . Bee Holmes . Charlotte Koufmonn . Norma Kubley . Jeon Lonsberry . Mary Alice McCunnitf . Bethene McLovy . Dorothy Murray . Esther Rasmussen . Virginia Robinson . Shirley Smith . Lorene Sollick . Roberto Stayton . Betty Walters . Doris Woodcock. imi mi ' ' -. i n::? ' : ;i%seco ' " " - " " ' ■ : ' i?f. .., o. .f Qo; ; ' ' 9. m Phi 4543 EIGHTEENTH N.E. FOUNDED IN 1909 ALPHA DELTA, 1932—28 CHAPTERS § SENIORS: Lucille Feist . Claire Hochfeld . Florence Weinthrop. § JUNIORS: Jane Bernstein . Marjorle Coddon . Janet Fasten. § SOPHOMORES: Carolyn Blumenthal . Elaine Brower . Selmo Goldstein . Charlotte Hochfeld . Emolie Lippitt . Carolyn Myers . Evelyn Jo Neumann . Jean Porteguese , Rose Marie Schonwald . Jean Seligman. § PLEDGES: Gertrude Chess . Fay Epstein . Tishelle Hirshberg . June Lurte . Joy Rosenberg . Muriel Waxman, t» 3|| 4515 TWENTY-FIRST N.E. FOUNDED IN 1904 IOTA, 1909— 46 CHAPTERS 8u ' cO° „ ■ d. - " r ' i.lH ' vroe y _ We ? _,Me ° ' w " r:Xc 5;ev " ' - --?w;y ' ° Ra " 9 Ad., ' ft ■?eq iroei ' ■ ' le ' ■ § GRADUATE MEMBERS: Fionces Boyer . Peggy Burd . Fayne Johnson. § SENIORS: Maiy Bonnlck . Betty Bendix . Hellln Corbin . Maxine Foots . Harriet Francis . Kristin Harris . Ruth Heiberg . Bonita Hollond . Martha Lively , Gertrude Morshoii . Geroldine Rinqstod . Mory Kay Rohrer . Peggy Rossier . Elizabeth Tegtmeier . Betty Schoettler . Florence Wright. § JUNIORS: Morgaret Jone Burrus . Evelyn LaMotte . Carol Larson . Ruth McDonald . Peggy Ann Oleson . Alice Raichle . Kay Randies . Margaret Rathvon . Alma Reddehopp . Elizobeth Smith . Willamoy Strondberg . Theolo Templeton . Mary Louise Wright. § SOPHOMORES: Frances Anderson . Nancy Jane Bore . Jessie Brown . Duone Dickinson . Jeanne Fortier . Penelope Goodspeed . June Gregory . Marian Hail . Betty Laubenheim . Mary Jane McDonald . Borboro McHordie . Hope Moine . Mary Jone Meredith . Sarah Louise Peterson . Mary Jonet Pugsley . Petronello Renting . Morjorie Tegtmeier. § PLEDGES: Borboro Lou Ahrens . E+helyn Albro . Eleanor Baker . Jeanne Bleitz . Betty Brouilette . Eleonor Butler . Eleanor Colvin . Jeannette Dowson . Peggy Donald . Eleanor DuBorry . Mono Firnstahl . Borboro Flint . Vera Jeon Freeman . Betty Ann Hollander . Winifred Howarth . Kay Kennedy . Esther LoMontogne . Margoret LoMontagne . Josephine McColl . June McCormick . Ann Mcintosh . Kathleen McNomaro . Betty Moughtin . Rebecca Mounter . Betty Nelson . Janet Ohman . Jane Perkins . Shirley Jean Rogers . Betty Russell . Betty Soyles . Berniece Smith . Jane Syllioasen . Rosemary Trueblood . Edna Walker . Dorothee Williams. 414 ' ° - ' o;,i « . PMC ' " - " ee ' i " °.. Ow. ° " - z; ' 1906 EAST FORTY-FIFTH FOUNDED IN 1897 UPSILON, 1915—43 CHAPTERS § GRADUATE MEMBERS: Cecile Fahey . Frances Faurot . Louise Lutey . Gladys Phillips. § SENIORS; Doris Berry . Lee Chopman . Betty Finger . Ruth Anne Hartsuck . Byrdette Mason . Lillian Northfield . Izetto Poindexfer. § JUNIORS: Dorothy Dawson . Verno Moy Hibbard . Alice Knowles . lola Nicola . Mojilre Sfote . Dorothy Marie Smith . Dorothy Haner. § SOPHOMORES: Dorothy Adams . Virginia Ckiropoey . Nancy Keller . Katherine Tucker . Grace Marshall. § PLEDGES: Peggy Adams . Ernestine Brown ._ClioiJofte Field . Dorothy Finloyson . Barnielle Odey . Polly Stewart . Mary Reed. 1900 EAST FORTY-SEVENTH FOUNDED IN 1872 SIGMA, 1914—35 CHAPTERS vja " ' : ,.mb § GRADUATE MEMBERS: Moijorle Eaton . Priscilla Hitchmon. § SENIORS Elizobeth Clemen . Ruth Johnson . Kotherine Kellogg . Moriorie Months McWillioms . Evelyn Ober . Alice Reed . Mary Jone Spinner . Betty Steiner . Arsdale. § JUNIORS: Betty Jeon Bernitt . Marion Current . Jean Dobb Ethington . Kothryn Hammer . Virginia Kesling Adele Schunke . Evelyn Thurston . Cha Jeonette Brown . Mary . Emmo Moury . Jean Verna Thomas . Ruth Von Dorothy Eicher . Dorothyan Virginia Lowther . Margery Robinson . Morjorie Shields . otte Wright. § SOPHOMORES: Moriorie Audo . Marion Cornwall . Borboro Foss . Shirley Frolich . Betty Gilbert . Barbara Hewitt . Betty Jocobson . Esther Jobes . Jacqueline Kolushe . Betty Lahe . Betty Lucas . Jean Ruggles . Helen Ruud . Gertrude Schryver . Elizabeth Van Fleet . Ann Williamson. § PLEDGES: Mary Louise Anderson . Morjo Butler . Betty Cody . Fronces Condie . Betty Cornelius . Eleanor Eaton Foster . Geroldine Gellotly . Nancy Gray . Nino Hoyos . Shirley Linney . Borbora Lowther . Dorothy Porks . Margaret Reading . i Patricio Trumbull . Clara Young. Andres . Kathleen Joan Ellsworth . Harriet Jones . Kothryn Kelleran . Betty Jane orbaro Ridgwoy . Rosemary Stewart . 290 j u -; Vdta ' . ' £ -°s:;- ' ' .. ' s»- ' ■■ - ' ■:S!S::S!. ' S-: °fce f; - " , 7„?o - xf " °er s, ? " 9 " bor ' ' ' , ' ' nl ' f ' ' ys ' f TH ?, ' H,. ° ' ' ano 4541 NINETEENTH N.E. FOUNDED IN 1893 NU, 1907—54 CHAPTERS § GRADUATE MEMBERS; Moryom Arnoid . Helen Caldbick . Koy Guthmuller . Betty Kennedy . Morion ' WcCoirnick. § SENIORS: Jocquellne Bortells . Kathryn Brown . Betty Dean . Mory Lou Grohom . I Fronces Hansen . Mory Margoret McDonold . Helen Robertson. § JUNIORS: Morion Davis . Joyce " Hulbush . Puth Mory Lorsen . Luello Morris . Modellne Rowland . Morgoi ' et Stiles . Grace Wroughton. § SOPHOMORES: Helen Hotchkiss . Morjorie King . Lucile McLaren . Janet Miles . Jane Sypher. § PLEDGES: Dorothy Adamson . Elizabeth Angevine . Clarice Atkeson . Lorene Currier . Jacqueline •llswor ih . A rdene Fairbrook , Jane Forde . Adrienne French . Helen Hill . Janet Jennings . Ruth Keefhdver . Louise Land . Lois Longenhan . Margoret Larsen . Alyce Longbottom . Mory Jane Mc- Grath . Maxine Miller . Anne O ' Mohony . Norine Settergren . Dorothy Worden. a me a a c l«5r5 " S? - ;v e . 1717 EAST FORTY-SEVENTH FOUNDED IN 1895 ALPHA, 1909—87 CHAPTERS lit SS:SP ' ■vj e . r -C Jeon Costleton . Jane Embury . Noncy Erdahl . Louise Ho,-lon . Rebecco ■ Betty Poge . Potnclo Shaw . Margaret Sheffield . Margaret Ward. BorUlond . Mai-jorle Cartwright . Jean Cow.e . § SENIORS: Barbara Boose Hopkins . Evelyn Johnson 8 JUNIORS: Ruth Bacheller. Elizabeth Barton. Margery BorMond. Mar, Lory A°ce Jameson . Madeline Llvesley . Phyllis MacGregor . Peggy May Mory Jean Mead T A Settle Munner Shirley Pascoe . Betty Rlsener . Mary Sheffield . Ann Sherburne . Ma,yla,rd St:? Bet " Jane Thllos Berlo Umpleby . Esther Young. § SOPHOMORES: Alice Bollerud . Frances Coy Peggy Eraser . Gerry Howe . Mary Alice Ingstod . Nancy Kmtne Ronsom Margaret Trzclnskl . Doxle Witter. § PLEDGES: Virginia Alderson rochvogel eggy Carleton . Margaret Hatton . Edith Hopkins . Margaret Hubner El.zabeth hn Molly McBride . Madolyn Mead . Charlotte Miller . Saxon Miller . Betty Mornson Iverne pirry Cecily Priestley . Lillian Rogers . Lois Seaman . Phyllis Seerley . Mar,e Slav,n . Jane Sorley . Betty Telfer . Elaine Tubbs . Mary Jeon Welty . Eleanor W.nge. _ Patricio Morrill . Jeon Clolre Helena Borkland . Jeon ■ VlBMflT H ■ m.« r ... ofe oi; e;; .... " ' ' Zl-s. eti- U - D ' r yutllff ' ' " Ofg " - ' C " ' ' -sa Sf, ' ■■3 n ma. Sc , iJ o " esei, ' % ' =r ' ° " P, ' r ; ' 293 4527 TWENTY-FIRST N.E. FOUNDED IN 1888 THETA ALPHA, 1909—84 CHAPTERS § GRADUATE MEMBERS: Alice Hunt . Margaret Ann Healy. § SENIORS: Lucille Engdohl . Ebba Frolund . Dorothy Mae Harrison . Nan Lodds . Lois Martin . Margaret Odell . Grace Roberts . Helen fhuyler . Laura Stenerson. § JUNIORS: Elizabeth Bannister . Patricia Conover . Harriet Holman . Mary Hunt . Margaret Oliver . Jean Rankin . Ellamoy Weiss .Frances Welty . Gertrude Wood. § SOPHOMORES: Caroline Baker . Ruth Boten . Eleanor Bird . Mary Jane Brown . Dorothea Crockett . Frances Cutliffe . Jullamary Ham . Lois Hart . Dorothy Hughes . Lois Jean King . Virginia Lawrence . Mary Kothpyn Lilygren . Horriet Morrison . Polly Ann Parker . Barbara Rankin . Virginia Lee Root . Jean Sanderson . Virginia Sessoms . Bernice Scholes . Betty Schuyler . Jean Sheldon . Betty Stroin . .Evolyne Swedmon . Janet Thompson . Penelope Tiffin . Bernice Young. § PLEDGES: Helen Brown . Eleanor Carpenter . Margaret Caskin . Shirley Couston . Helen Crawford . Jane Eilertson . Jane Elton . eanne Leigh . Miriam Lilygren . Dorothy Livesey . Dorothy Meeker . Margaret Jean Miller . Beverly Minnette . Juddy Murphy . Eleanor Nilsen . Jacklyn Outouse . Rose Poitevin . Janet Schluter . Janice Scott -Betty Jane Snow . Marjorie Steele. 6- °C% " ' = ' ' r ts D ;LMoo f ' ' he ' O ' W, ...r v...o Ko } .. 2012 EAST FORTY-FIFTH FOUNDED IN 1874 BETA, 1903—48 CHAPTERS _ Jon ' Roq Sni " ' Co " " °; • f; cV- ■ 1H ' rO ' § FACULTY MEMBER: Peorl McDonnell. § GRADUATE MEMBERS: Vivian Fosse . Helen Nichols Jon Ogden . Olive Robertson. § SENIORS: Harriet Aston . Kathleen Botes . Jane Bishop . Evelyn Fosse v Gloria Getchell . Beatrice Hodge . Lois Jones . Marjorie Modill . Jone Porter . Horrlet Troth . Claire Werneche . Ann Winders. § JUNIORS: Eunice Bloney . Roe Crandell . Barbora Donovan . Betty Downey . Pegqy Dunn . Harriet Harrison . Frances Horrison . Jean Hoyt . Margoret Huntoon . Mory Kellogg . Bette Liby . Mory McPhoil . Alice Ogden . Lauro Spencer . Jone Weinel . Jean Wingote. § SOPH-, OMORES: Margaret Bogshow . Patricia Bartlett . Janice Bostwick , Betty Jo Campbell , Catherine Clark . Carolyn Colby . Soroh Curd . Jean Downey , Nancy Emerson . Marian Guyles , Geneva Hewe: Potricia Jackson . Mary Jane Johnson . Mary McDonald . Mory Richards . Carol Robertson . Rowe Stubbs. § PLEDGES: Jean Baxter . Louise Boyd . Ann Borks . Betty Jane Carl . Phyllis Clark , Clea_ Gunn . Borboro Hogyord . Ruth Hirst . Peggy Hogue . Polly Hogue . Catherine Holmes . Georgene Hubbard . Josephine Jeffers . Jane Jefferson . Barbara Jones . Mory Lou Kohls . Eleonor McAlpln . Shirley McCroskey . Mary Jane McDonald , Marion McKenzie . Jean Morris . Comille Ness . Kothleen O ' Connor . Aenld Rogers . Nancy Smith . Peggy Jean Swlck . Dorothy Taft . Donna Rue Teots . Morilouise Sullivan . Catharine Wood. A . fK- cM n, j -d- .Xl o ., ■ . ° ,?°W ± " .l " c e ; ' ' ■ofcfee VV;,7 Ov ::. Party 4535 EIGHTEENTH N.E. FOUNDED IN 1902 KAPPA, 1913—57 CHAPTERS ri " j •I §f;ACULTY MEMBERS: Glorio Porker . Ruth Wilson. § GRADUATE MEMBERS: Bernice Shorrock i n Leond Sowenski. § SENIORS: Margaret Boll . Mabel Brownell . Peggy Holmes . Mary Elizabeth Kable Esther Krobbe . Norma Ritchie . Virginia Wilson. § JUNIORS: Betty Brown . Barbara Clement . Gratia Fld ' preF ' .■ ' Louise Mongi ' um . Donnabelle Moodie . Mory Phelon . Bronv en Prott . Dorothy Thompson. § SOPHOMORES: Alice Dickie . Harriet Gervois . Genevieve Jordan . Lenelle Llsco . Isobel Reid . Pliyllis Shields . Margaret Willson. § PLEDGES: Janet Dunlop . Pot Fryer . Dorothy Jewett . Frances Pdf)5s ; ' tprralne Peregrine . Sentillo Rosl . Corol Royer . Freda Shepherd . Imogene Steele . Dorothy Von de Water . Jeanne Zugehoer. 1 ,. - 1 VI-., amma Heta 452? SEVENTEENTH N.E. FOUNDED IN 1874 LAMBDA. 1903—44 CHAPTERS tb«- Cva ' lP VRO i. ' - ' lT Crej c o.,;n vA We cV, (He s ;av ' ,de : - a d... ■v ' D?rS ' „ :2swed ' fVao in-ia " I fe A § SENIORS; Catherine Colvert . Mary Cole . Catherine Crego . Julia Eaton . Valerie Haigh . Mary Helen Hort . Harriet Hopkins . Lorno Mae Jones . Virginia Kellogg . Phyllis Kllnker . Gertrude Lamping . Dorothy Menten . Margaret Milllgon . Virginia Mllligan . Borboro Nettleton . Groce Newth . Harriet RIckerson . Peggy Synnestvedt . Barbara Ann V estover. § JUNIORS: Margoret Arneson . Elise Brophy . Jane Cortelyou . Inez Mae Crobtree . Betty Davidson . Morgaret Feotherstone . Koy Grahom . Virginia Helm . Helen Poe . Janet Sanders . Katharine Welch . Teddy Wakefield. § SOPHOMORES: Betty Adams . Audrey Bullis . Virginia Clough . Jean Crenshaw . Morion Dehn . Kay Field . Koy Hoover . Peggy Horrocks . Kothryn Jeklin . Mary Lou Kllnker . Margaret Le Cocq . Jeon Morrison . June Morrison . Fay Meggee . Jean Morrill . Jane McCaffroy . Prlscilla Perry . Gv en Ruge . Patricia Smith . Ellen Stewart . Dorothy Swanson . Alice Jane Wanamoker. § PLEDGES: Elizabeth Augustine . Lois Boutin . Borboro Bryan . Eileen Driscoll . Mary Egbert . Marjorie Gorvin . Wllmo Hoover . Jeanne Howie . Jeanne Jungbluth . Morgaret Kelly . Marguerite Kolb . Jeanne McDonald . Nancy Morion . Jonet O ' Leary . Emily PItchford . Barbara Rothermel . Genevieve Schroeder . Morion Wondell . Imogene Welch . Helen Wentworth . Rose Williams. % 296 m jfl S r„.. ' ' _ ' ' .3.ce, ; ' :e,e,, t° -S i?. Ov . ' A. Kappa -Otpka kata P ' VO c ' foMe " SO,, ' so„ Sin ne 0, ofa , " ffv. W- ,,- ' e ,, OSS c Ovv ' ' c er. eof? 4521 SEVENTEENTH N.E. FOUNDED IN 1870 ALPHA LAMBDA, 1908—59 CHAPTERS § SENIORS: Virginia Aetzel . Jeon Bishop . Dorothy Diehl . Kotherine Duffy . Beth Fitton . Charlotte Fitton . Mary Milne . Elizabeth Montgomery . Jane Roberg . Mary Shannon . Jane Stolle . Barbara StrodoTf . Vera Louise Thelen . Margaret VVaples. § JUNIORS: Maxine Casey . Janet Chapin . Betty Clawson . Betty Davis . Peggy Suilrret . Patricia Hergert . Virginia Lunn . Jean McDonald . Betty McGhle . Helen Melton . Dorthe Mount . Morgoret Rawson . Kate Robbins . Patricia Roberg . Jean Ross . Virginia Weiner . Eleonor White . Sue Williams. § SOPHOMORES: Betty Lou Collins . Betty Conner , Annabejl Couzens . Thelma Dohlquist . Jean Gabie . Moriorie Goetz . Betty Gront . Helen Hill . Jonet Hudler . )v1uriel Jarvis . Antoinette Mohncke . Eleonor Sheehon . Ruth Kay Stotler . Marjorie lace . Mary ' Webb . Clore Whltehouse . Betty Jane Wiggins. § PLEDGES: Jane Andrews . Catherine on . Helen Bothurst . Brownie Ann Bloct; . Jecn Coblentz . Mory Frances Courtney . Barbara Curran . Diane Dickinson . Peggy d ' Evers . Elizabeth Eggert . Mary Eggert . Helene Fosse . Louise Grace . Kothryn LIvesey . Barbara McCurdy . Gloria Pierce . Kothryn Puryear . Ruth Quigley . Shirley Say . Helene Snow . Jone Templeton . Betty Williams. ■ J .l ■J ttiMdJ T ft■i l Kappa Vdta 4524 SEVENTEENTH N.E. FOUNDED IN 1897 SIGMA IOTA, 1922—70 CHAPTERS n § GRADUATE MEMBER: Ruth Raymond. § SENIORS: Feme Base . Viola Barlow . Helen Cole . Frances Lowlor . Helen Ross . Edna Soer . Margaret Steffen . Betty Wheoldon. § JUNIORS: Alice Burnett . Jean Ferguson . Morion Hood . Alberta Kriegar . Elinor Raymond . Jean Sloane . Margaret Winger. § SOPHOMORES: Alice Cleory . Margaret Killian . Cynthia Lilley . Peggy Moron . Thelma Soito . Patricia Souder .§ PLEDGES: Coro Atkinson . Sylvia Davis . Edith Derby . Jocelyn Dohm . Idell Gris- wold . Helen Lawrence . Dorothy McMillan . Joan Montgomery . Rhodeso Orphan . Vivienne Sprague . Ynez Stevens . Lucills Foley . Ruth Craig . Mary Helen Vivian. m, : «i: •Lj -A ' -rM ' e„,®°° .,- Ca Co o . SIQEMj Kappa Kappa Gamma ' G .W Ow . O;; - %ffr . ' c 4504 EIGHTEENTH N.E. FOUNDED IN 1870 BETA PI, 1905—62 CHAPTERS j Hiii §SENIORS: Mary Jane Bousefield . Eunice Bowman . Barbara Brygger . Morgaret Bushnell . Zita Durnum . Valerie Ellis . Betty Anne Frink . Anne Jeanette Layton . Mary Scammell . Margaret Schmidt . Margaret Tolmon . Virginia Varnell. § JUNIORS: Barbara Bowen . Margaret Campbell . Ellen Gadsby . Martha hlorrison . Catherine Kane . Marian Kent . Fanny Margaret- Morrill , Kay O ' Shea . Marjorle iHS . Betty Jane Paxton . Marguerite Rolle. § SOPHOMORES: Catherine Betts . VIrglnio Burweil . ¥ c ipbell . Rose Alice Cos Anne Gould Patsy Gray . Mary Elizobeth Grof . Shirley ry. § PLEDGES: Betty Arnold . Brosemle . Margaret Buhler . Elizobeth Goodwin . Harriet Howell . Mildred Ives . Betty Moe Jones . Potty Keenan . Dorothy LoGaso . Morion LaGoso . Janet McDonald . Jean McKee . Grace Milliman , Jane Murray . Marion Oliver . Morcello Scully . Charlotte Semple . Anne Stewart . Sally Vynne . Barbara Welts. Wns . Wo) ' " Murphy . Marry Norris . Jane Patten . Anne Parry. rm Bake uKaJrine Barclay . Barboro Bonnell . Mary Boyden . Jone ! pfnersorflHPteanne Fischer . Helen Golbroith . Vera Gilordi . Ann Pki Mu 4530 SEVENTEENTH N.E. FOUNDED IN 1852 ETA BETA. 1917—59 CHAPTERS ,.« ' ?.« ?§?i " - o . 0 ' rtoP -,:;dbe ' 9. s ? § GRADUATE MEMBERS: Dorothy Bailey . Carmen Lopez . Juonita Walter. § SENIORS: Betty Ann Carter . Violet Farran . Morjorie Johnston . Verna Reed . Beverly Rogers . Jane Storhow . Ariel Stout . Lois VVest. § JUNIORS: Reno Cox . Betty Pratt . Glenoro Waters. § SOPHOMORES: Caroline Bottin . Jean Carter . Edno Rosenkrontz. § PLEDGES: Kathleen Dillon . Doris Dool . Margaret Floyd . Hellen Honsberry . Dorothy Hort . Mildred Helgerson . Margie Ivey . Alice MocKinnon . Rosemary McLoughlin . Emily Rouse . Genevieve Strondberg. i 300 V Pkt ' ' ' . Vl " ood W, U ?-- ' , ■ ,. " ' ■ P °rf , , (i v. K " Qu i c(. ■ " if s Stu, ' 5c ,e rde ■ f-fin ■ " anf Vf, arc ■Sic 4548 SEVENTEENTH N.E. FOUNDED IN 1867 WASHINGTON ALPHA, 1907—78 CHAPTERS § FACULTY MEMBERS: Mary Elizabeth Stan- . Mary I. Bash. § GRADUATE MEMBERS: Mary Elizabeth Beers , Katherine Gibson. § SENIORS: Marian Bergren . Ruth Clark . Inez Davis . Barbara Jones . Viola. Sorenson . Eleanor Sprague . Dorothy Whiting. § JUNIORS: Kay Blade . Martha Burkhart . Carol Byles . Luo Colkett . Louise Conner . Solly Dawson . Jean Douglas . Borboro Horrocks . Mary Jo O ' Brien . Kay Phillips . Margaret Stewart . Gwen Stronqulst . Beth ' Sturdevont . Flomorie Wheeler . Margaret Wilson. SOPHOMORES: Helen Edwards . Milmoe Floyd . Geroldine Honney . Ruth Hergert . Regina Hermon . Audrey Hinkle . Marjorie Hood . Harvie Hull . Mary Hume . Dorothy Johnson . Joyne Lamping . Anne MocLeish . Carol Nylonder . Betty Plant . Dorothy Seomon . Ruth Smith . Louise Wood. § PLEDGES: Josette Ames . Geroldine Bogdonovic . Wilmo Baxter . Betty Bender . Juanita Bowers . Ellen Crosby . Bernice Curtis . Virginia Dayton . Phyllis Donnelly . Naomi Edwards . Eleanor Gagan . Helen Gilkey . Betty Glofke . Gene Graham . Phyllis Howard . Margaret Ann Johnson . Gertrude Kolez . Mary McCarthy . Adele Martin . Alice Martin . Jean Miller . Mary Helen Morse . Dorothy Mueller . Dorothy Olson . Mary Helen Pruitt . Gratio Riesche . Gayle Rychord . Jean Schoeffer . Mary Shiner . Mary Jane Sobel . lone Thompson . Molly Wand . Jane Wiley . Jeanne .Worthley . Gwynne Williams . Grace Louise Yontis. lama Kav2V2a AOt 9 ts -,, nae ' f ?, ( O u 4510 TWENTY-SECOND N.E. FOUNDED IN 1874 MU, 1910—45 CHAPTERS H:cr ' o. t!-, e, ■ oi-r-d °- : ! " ;.au v°:;. r - %. Vuf " W ' " ?!!! .ej-., 0 - ° " .- ?; -- ' o- ' ' ) ) y Strange e Johnson § GRADUATE MEMBERS: Moxine Mortln . Groce Scotness . Jone Louise Smith . So Stricklei ' . § SENIORS: Edythe Dropei- . Virginio Grant . Catherine htawley . Morior Lunn . Marguerite McBride . Morjorie Quist . Wanda Taylor. § JUNIORS: Adele Benedict Campbell . Catherine Cunliffe . Ethelwynne Duryee . Carolyn Fryar . Moryonn Jones . Leah K: Julia Lamberth , Kotherlne Meagher . Dorothy Jane Meyer . Barbara Moore . Elizabeth Ness Oberdorfer . Janet Prowell . Mory Lou Richords . Jo Richardson . Dortheo Speor . E sey . Betty . Rose . Bette klond . Gerto Tucker. § SOPHOMORES: Morguerite Anderson . Duncan . Nona Fumerton . Marie Ed esse Norman . Jean Patterson . Virginia Sonnf Blair . Jane Burwell . Helen Campbell . Croucher . Beryl Cunningham . Borboro Fissell . Audrey Fredr Elizabeth Hellenthal . Audrene Holland . Alberta Kennedy . Wilda Lane . Gwen Lebo . Margaret Lewis . Doris Lincoln . Alice Longfellow . Jeonette Mockle . Kathryn Miller . Beverley Moor Jean Morgan . Jane Romsby . Patricio Shinn . Morjorie Stone . Betty Wilklns. Peggy Barton . Edith Bennett . Morvel Donley . Ernestine Hoeffler . Virginia Ketcham . Martha McKllb ■.|l(fdoi JQ . . Patricio Sutphen. § PLEDGES: Morjorie Heede . Jeanne Alice Caswell . Morion Clorke . LucIii iy[Cpo|ey .nGrajoe ckson . Barbara Gllma ' ri ' . Jean Grovelr- 302 jk rn _ Ur:4 , V, A , • mee e; 1416 EAST FORTY-FIRST FOUNDED IN 1914 RHO. 1928—31 CHAPTERS i " I I B FACULTY MEMBERS: Erma Davis . Mercedes Miller. § GRADUATE MEMBER: Margaret Guy. SENIORS: Mary Jane Lammie . Lulu Moran . Mlrian McNomee . Florence McCall . Caroline Mohr. JUNIORS: Morion Word . Solly Lambert. § SOPHOMORE: Polly Clifford. § PLEDGES: Ellinor IMorcross . Lillion McLellan. ,ideo. i ' S ' ., " - ; ' ' = - " 4731 EIGHTEENTH N.E. FOUNDED IN 1898 PSI, 1917—7! CHAPTERS SS " J " " " °- y § FACULTY MEMBER: Lea Puymbroeck. § GRADUATE MEMBERS: Polly Southmoyd . Gertrude Whithorn. §SENIORS: Gail Busby . Annabelle Freeburn . Marguerite Habersetzer . Yukona Moyer . Myra Shelton. § JUNIORS: Helen Murree Beck . Alix Jane Gillis . Marjorie Johnson . Margaret Parker . Jane Ryan . Jane Whithorn . Dorothy Windnogle . Marian Wilson. § SOPHOMORES: Dorothy Miles . Gertrude Stenslid . Florence Zednick. § PLEDGES: Imogene Beoll . Beth Cheethom . Edith Cline . Hai-riette Dore . Janet Harden . Marie Hawel . Mary Hinton . Dorothy MacKinnon . Jessie McForlond . Evno Robinson . Morie Solmela . Clare Thompson. . ' W JO ' I ' ' ' 0. QpQn ounci FOUNDED IN 1935 FOR THE BENEFIT OF ORGANIZED INDEPENDENT WOMEN § OFFICERS: President — Mildred Moule . Vice-President — Vera Pelch . Secretory and Treasurer — Roberta Schumann. § HOUSE PRESIDENT MEMBERS: Austin Holl— Beatrice Weber . Blaine Hall— Sylvino Ross . D.A.R. House — Morget Murray . McKee Hall — Doris Ryan . McKenny House — Anno- belle Norton . Newman Club — Audrey Burish . Tolo House — Roberta Schumann . Wesley — Dolores Premo . Women ' s Sixteenth Avenue Co-Operative — Vera Pelch . Women ' s Seventeenth Avenue Co- operative — Genevieve Bodner . Woodrow House — Wanita Nethery. 306 IB " ■ " " la,-. 4714 SEVENTEENTH N.E. FOUNDED IN 1896 WASHINGTON CHAPTER. 1896 § GRADUATE MEMBER: Anne McCutcheon. § SENIORS: Marget Murray . Bernlce Strang. § JUNIORS: Helga Enkebol! . Betty Lou Mous . Kothleen McCutcheon. § SOPHOMORES: Benevere Bebb . Jone Berkey . Cerito Christenson . Beryl Donahue . Jone Frisbie . Virglnio Jones . Eileen Killlon. § PLEDGES: Betty DuBois . Ruth Gough , Helen Graham . Jean Graham . Jayne McGrew . Barbara Muck . Elizabeth Betty Jane Rush. 4 aU 4508 SIXTEENTH N.E. ORGANIZED IN 1934 BY DOMINICAN SISTERS st " " ' " Rose ' 6 w poh ' = " - OBv.e ( § SENIOR: Kathleen O ' Connor. § JUNIORS: Audrey Burish . Mary Ford . Morion Hohn . Leoslo Lynch . Marion Pohlmon. § SOPHOMORES: Morgoret Gleason . Elolse Keller . Mary Garfield O ' Brien . Ann Walsh. § PLEDGES: Morie Tropeo . Rose Tropea. IcH ' J k:; " ! , ' .J ' . - t ?fe ..:t-- ■ " - " iS iiS-? " Or. ' " f ' ■ ' on. 4703 EIGHTEENTH N.E. FOUNDED IN 1920 AT THE UNIVERSITY, BY MORTAR BOARD § GRADUATE MEMBER: Virginlo Browne!!. § SENIORS: Nettie Kosher . Frances Meslier. § JUNIORS: Dorothy Brodsky . Polly Moore . Alice Musser . Morion Newberry . Lorraine Norelius . Rose Marion Norton . Trulo Poiworth . Roberta Schumonn . Ruth Strausz. § SOPHOMORES: Jone Apple . Vance Appll . Betty McCormick . Eathel Miller . Mary Elise Myers , Mary Ellen Stull . Violet Zenor. § PLEDGES: Edno Lou Benskin . Patricio Black . Adell Carlson . Genevieve Crory . Melissa Deaver . Janet Hoys . Esther Hensel . Sally Humphris . Vera Hylton . Lorayne Jacobson . Patricio Jones . Eileen Owens . Mary Katharine Richards . Mary Roberts . Marian Thompson . Anita Wogner . ' ' Charlene Wood. 309 .n CO " ' ' ' l? DtvS ' ' ' ° t - ogtid ' ' " ' I Sa " . 6ra " ' ups APP r °e50 ' ' ' X nA. " f " 9ea ' • U. ?„ Ho " 5 V3 ' T ' =S,oV nWsh, looto " " ? ' Hea " = UNIVERSITY CAMPUS COMPLETED 1936 NAMED FOR PIONEER DEAN OF WOMEN ed ■W, SVie 3 " st f r6 ' § SENIORS: Dorothy Anderson . Rhoda Hokenstad . Erma Minnick . Beatrice Weber . Mary Ann Wickershom. § JUNIORS: Janet Anderson . Lois Bender . Ruth Ekdohl . Jayne Holl . Lorene Hanson . Lessene Hoobing . Carolyn Anne May . Esther Palmer . Grace Russell . Ernestine Wentworth. § SOPHOMORES: Helen Appel . Margoret BIdstrup . Ruth Helen English . Virginia Gleeson . Gwen Gront . Winnifred Neace . Charlotte Rou . Elizabeth Stiegler. § PLEDGES: Mildred Ball . Ann Boss . Priscilla Brown . Letho Conn . Volera Dovis . Moy Farrell . Blossom Hewitt . Kay Hitchcock . Nancy Hitchcock . Ruth Hansen . Norinne Houghland . Doris lies . Dorothea Johnson . Lorraine Kenyon . Jean Kolinski . Ida Louko . Eleanor Marble . Sybil Mercer . Helen Mei ' oger . Muriel Munson . Josephine Pearce . Alberta Ramsey . Leah Schuetze . Marguerite Schuknecht , Margaret Toohey . Charlotte Woodrow . Anna Zellick, r m (2atk 2 tine Co ' . ' rijOW. fP ? .oof 1, " erso„ 2 v « ) ' - f F ' a ' on ' ns. ° ' " ' c : ' - f-; ' «7 UNIVERSITY CAMPUS COMPLETED IN 1936 NAMED FOR PIONEER WASHINGTON WOMAN Mc § SENIORS: Elise Brophy . Donna Flicklnqer . Billie Johnson . Morion Reid. § JUNIORS: Elizabeth Bush . Ai-llne Conrodt . Betty Crondoll . Augusta Dickinson . Virqinic Honno . Zelda Hindin . Jane Hobson . Blayne Hopkins . Millie Kloepper . Mary Logan . Virginia. Reid . Sylvina Ross . Renie Staton . Dorothy Steen Ruth Thomo . Ruth Troxel . Shirley Wolker . Pauline Williams. § SOPHOMORES: Betty Anderson . Dorothy Cadzow . Frances Cadzow . Barbara Cook . Jessie Forr . Leone F.sher . Dorothy llle . Margaret Miller . Bernice Morse . Irene Nesset. § PLEDGES; . Virginio Berg . Morgoret Ann Brotlle . Lenoro Brief . Dorothy Oondeneou . Rhoda Davis . Pearl Dunbar . Eloine Ewald . Gertrude Gunning . Marion Haagen . Margoret Henderson . Ruth Hicks . Lenore Hooper . Alice Hotchkiss . Mae Hussey . Ruth Hwang . Genevieve Johnson . Lila Mae Jones . Normo Krook . Rhoda Ludwick . Frances Lutz . Shirley McCroskey . Margoret Nicklason . Ellzobeth Peters . Bernice Poplack , Kathleen Price . Mary Romick . Esther Sloane . .Wna Solomon . Thelmo Steinberg . Virginia Swenholt . Margaret Woldbiorn . Margaret Wh.tf.eld . Frances Wiberg. _jK Kp||y . Juanito Lodde . Helen Mel ii lsabel Anderson . Miriam Anderson 311 mmmjiimmgwtJawmg BmKWcVVIISUX 7; QttU Qatu UNIVERSITY CAMPUS COMPLETED IN 1936 NAMED FOR PIONEER WASHINGTON WOMAN § GRADUATE MEMBERS: Maijorie Andres . Agnes Anderson . Kathleen Bardwell . Miriam Beal . Carol Brice . Virginia Callson . Margaret Douglas . Lois Dunbar . Josephine Duryee . Agnes Fenenga . Dor othy GeiTietts . Maxine Ginther . Agnes Ann Haas . Margaret Harper . Bernice Hansen . Geraldine Hosmer . Mary Keefer . Dorothy B. Kelly . Sui Lee . Ruth McDonald . Dorothy Manchester . Emily Mangum . Maud Moseley . Doris Myers . Ruth Otterstedt . Nellie Patchin . Leona Priebe . Pauline Quinn . Ellen ' Raphael . Locey Smith . Helen Searles . Evelyn Waddell . Margaret Williams . Grace Yost. § SENIORS: Marian Barfknecht . Helen Barnes . Laui-o May Brown . Gertrude Ey . Barbara Fossett . Joyce Ferguson . Marianne Gagliardi . Betty Luhman . Elizabeth MocKensie . Blanche Marion . Nina McComb . Roberta Miller . Ellen Nasburg . Helen Peters . Bernice Reddington . Cecil Roberts . Esther Slater . (Mrs.) Borbaro Sprague . Fritzie Swanson . Lillian Upham . Janet Weir . Bernice Winsor. § JUNIORS: Kathleen Boyd . Eleanor Copps . Morion Keto . Betty Lucore . Mary Anne Marble . Kothryn Munroe . Leslie Reinig . (Mrs.) Edith Robson. § SOPHOMORES: Clara Byington . Florence Boyd . Gim Locke . Daisy Philbrick . Clara Weaver. § PLEDGES: Elizabeth Johnston . Sollie Mercer . Jeonnette Stewart . Clara Jones. I ' l— ' . as ■7? -MJ nutk Katt McKqq pJjijsUili user §P. ' Jn ' . UNIVERSITY CAMPUS COMPLETED IN 1936 NAMED FOR PIONEER WASHINGTON WOMAN § SENIORS: Marie Berry . Virginia Fairfax . Horriet Siske . Kathryn Keys . Kathryn Madden . Mildred Maule . Betty Weathermore . Evelyn Wohlers. § JUNIORS: Marijane Bird . Florence Carlson . Ruth Gortner . Betty J. Gordon . Betty Harper . Anne Helder . Frances Johnson . Margaret Millice . Betty Rhodes . Doris Ryan . Evelyn Schreiber . Barbara Simpklns . Nancy Smith . Kothryn Stanish . Jean T rVeazie . June von de Hellen. § SOPHOMORES: Marjorie Aikens . Morgaret Anderson . Helen Appel . (forion Atkinson . Druscillo Bodraun . Hilda Boerhave . Mory Busch . Esther Coughran . Ellanore Corn- Emma Couzins . Mildred Diebe . June Edwards . Irmo Haas . Peggy Huff . Ruth Jensen . Helen Lee . Bonnie Mcintosh . Jean Mizer . Genevieve Motteler . Helen Nelson . Dorothy Schofer . Marion Stacy . Clara Tachbirgi . Adoree Zubli. V ' %v. es. 4551 SEVENTEENTH N.E. FOUNDED IN 1910, BY HIRAM CONNIBEAR, COACH § GRADUATE MEMBER: Leo Goodman. § SENIORS: Walter Bates . John Cotton . Stanley Davis . Charles Day . Don Diets . Gus Eriksen . Robert Green . Jack Hill . George Hunt . Henry Loew . George Lund . James McMillln . John Merrill . James Mills . George Morry . Charles Padelford . Ivan Parry Wellington Phillips . Donold Scovotto . Delos Schoch . Forbes Wilson , John York. § JUNIORS: Gordon Adam . Carl Adatto . Charles Applegote . Henry Boni . Lyman Boyer . Donald Canfield . Donald C( John Gallup . David Horrah . Kenneth Hessemer . Donald Hume . Robert Johnson . Gordon Powers Joseph Rantz . John Rosenkronz . Earl Schenk . William Seaman . Mormon Turay . John White. i § PLEDGES: Ted Alderson . Jock Borker . Berkeley Brandt . Hugh Caldwell . John Carey . Georg Chicho . Fred Colbert . Frank Cook . Ewen Dingwall . Howard Eggert . Neil Hogeman , Paul Hauser Mark Hayfield . Leo Hawel . Paul Soules . Ted Wossord . David Waters. 314 4758 TWENTY-SECOND N.E. FOUNDED IN 1907 AT THE UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON § GRADUATE MEMBERS: Tom li-Iye Minoi-u Mosudo . Frank Miyamoto . Thomas Nokoo . Henry ■suchlyo § SENIORS: Bain Chiba . Tokoshi Fuji! . Tetsuo Fujita Naohlsa Hayashl . S°buro H.sayasu iamue Hokan . Thomas Imori . Mitsuo Kashiwagi . Akira Kubushiro Y.k.o Kumomoto _ V.cto, Noka a Edwin Notori . Noboru Nishisoka . Hoichi Ogawa . Shoji Okamaru . H.rom, Okybo . Harry •1; Dav d S Tanabe . William Tokohashi . Charles Tatsuda . Frank Toribara . Kozua Tsukuno . Sh,o to e Hlrosh Wotonabe. § JUNIORS: Toru Araki . Shoji Fukui . Joe Higuch, . Martm H.rabaya h, . ino ' iHor?uchi . Minora Konozowa . Roy Kosoko . Giro Kubo . Hiroo Matsumoto . Sh.geru Men a . d M neyk ' o . Tsuyoshi Nokomuro . Yohji Nishi , Tokao Okada .Noboru Sa.to • J°- 5°koho a Told E Shlozoki . Kotsumi Takokoshi . Harold Tsykuno . Floyd Yomomoto Mosao Yoyosh, . R n ch 8 SOPHOMORES: George Abe . Mosohiko Bitow . George Fukano . Toshio Funakosh, . Wolte ■ozoL George Inouye . Shigeo Iseri . HIroshi Kanazawa . Jiro Kanetom, . Mmoru Kowono Arthu, uchi ChThiro Kikuchi . Yelchi Kozu . Saburo Kunimatsu . Hugo Kurose Tokosh, Kunmoto _ Donald ; sumoto John Ma suoka . Richard Motsushima . Richard Momoda Roy Nokagawa • K-- ' N° °- TSt a Yohii Ni hi , Theodore Nlshim.ro , Mitsuru Okodo . F.ank Sh,m,z. . «-?« 1° " ' .fosS :: k:t,r " ' h: akf- : x ;r:rK:x : : f:P -■ r mo - ;:VoS: :: eT-rirT- Yonagimochi . Yoneo Yokobe . Kenichi Yoshihoro. «H«».B«ii!mjBH«Mah MEVE ' WiHM rllmino .f= . --: „ s.cov;°„. °. . - ' § GRADUATE MEMBERS: Molses Abaquita . Benito Almolte . Lorenzo Anuncioclon . Andres Gibornio . Apolmorio Bisores . Cleto Ollveras . Proceso Pulido . Trinldod Rojo . Numeriono Segurlton . Silvino Tallido . Melecio Tolido . Numeriono Volin . Mamerto Ventura. § SENIORS: Frank Berkenhotter . " Cornello Briones . Domingo Cuesto . Mariono Dumo . Jimmiano Fe Benito . Miss Belen de Guzman . Dalmacio Maliaman . Alejandro Miguel . Severo Mil . Pedro Montonte . Prudencio Mori . Fulgencio Rumbowa . Silvestre Tongalon . Victorio Velasco. § JUNIORS: Mariano Boloncio , Narciso Delia . Vicente Flor . Francisco Flores . Anocleto Martos . Andres Pascua . Narciso Querido . Alfredo Roquel . Julius Ruiz . Valentine Tabios . Antonio Tongolin . Epifanio Tungpolan. § SOPHOMORES: Felix Aborca Martin Babmico . V illiam Berkenkotter . Rufino Cacabelos . Mateo Corpuz . Apolonio Lopez. § PLEDGES: Felipe Bigornia . Florentine Bigornlo . Agapito Fabunan . Ignocio Jesue . Vicente Laurente . Arturo Pocis . Gregoria Vergaro. 316 ' (M First Row: Ahrens, Birchdale, Cjr.Dher, Dyer, Freeman, G ' ay. Second Row: Hanson. Huot, Kinkald, Olson, Pendergast. Phillips, Third Row: Robinson, Sal kin. Sundberg, Whiteside, Winter, ktatete5 redetatlon § COUNCIL MEMBERS: Beta— Edyth Freeman . Chi— De Eette Hanson . Chimes— Irene Olson . Koppo — Gladys BIrchdole . Lambda — Geroldlne Salkin . Nu — Louise Robinson . Sylvan — Ann Whi+eslde . Theta — Eleanore Winter . Xenla — Jean Dyer . Zara Koda — Morion Curtin Gray. " FAMOUS FOR FRIENDLINESS " FOUNDED IN 1924 WASHINGTON BETA, 1929 OFFICERS: President — Eleanor Huot . Secretary — Nada Ahrens . Treasurer — Elinor Klnkald . Historian — Edyth Freeman . Social Chairman — Yvonne Pendergast . Mem- bership — Catherine Caraher . Activities — Jean Dyer . Scholarship — Sirl Sund- berg . Room — Dorothy Phillips. First Row: Brilhart, Burns, Caraher. Freelund, Hummer. Huot. Second Row; Jackson. Johnston, Keys. Maaee, Nielson, Olson. Third Row: Smith, Swanland, Taft, Turner, Wolfi. (?kime6 o ? ktatetc5 § GRADUATE MEMBER: Bernlta McCoffrey. § SENIORS: Jeanne Hummer . Eleonor Huot . Kofhryn Keys . Edith Nielson . Irene Olson . Noncy Swanland . Phyllis Turner . Jean Woiff. § JUNIORS: Caiherme Coroher . Phyllis Childs . Mory Brilhart . Vivion Freelund . Josephine Jackson. § SOPHOMORES: Elizabeth Brondstrom . Morjorie Lamb- kin . Wilma Loeffler . Phyllis Smith. § PLEDGES: Mary Lou Burns . Jeannette Dinius . Mary Ann Johnston . Josephine Mogee . Mcrti Marble . Jean Robinson . Nancy Toft. LOCAL SUB-CHAPTER FOUNDED IN 1934 OFFICERS: President — Irene Olson . Vice-President- — Edith Nielson . Secretary — Josephine Jocfcson . Treosurer — Elizabeth Brond- strom . Sponsor — Ruth Sockerson. 319 First Row: Ahrens, Bergerson, Davis. Elizalde, Hooper, Hoyle. Second Row: Roach. Romiclc, Schonborn, Vradenburg, Warner. Third Row: Wilson, Winningham. Eleanore Winter, Evelyne Winter. fketa o J ktat2te5 § SENIORS: Nada Ahrens . Betty Lou Davis . June Dearinger . Morion Schonborn . Doris Sims . Joslyn Winningham . Ebther Wornor. § JUNIORS: Eleonore Winter . Evelyne Winter. § SOPHOMORES: Sigrld Bergerson . Roberta Brown . Virginia Gorrlson . Lenora Hayee . Gene Vrodenburg . Ranee Young. § PLEDGES: Teresa Elizalde . Dolly Gorrlson . Arvilla Hlgginson . Lenore Hooper . Lenora Hoyle . Dorothy Morrow , Mary McDonnell . Marlon Mission . Janice Roach . Mory Louise Romick . Peggy Wilson. LOCAL SUB-CHAPTER FOUNDED IN 1929 OFFICERS: President — Eleanore Winter . Secretary — Betty Lou Davis . Treasurer — Ranee Young . Social Chairman — Evelyne Win- ter . Sponsor — Elveno Miller. 320 First Row; Ai en, Suscn, Carison. ComA ' eii, Oyer, Fairfax. Second Row: Galusne. Helder. Kerr. Kinlcaid, Madden. Parks. Third Row: Peters. Sheckets, Simpkins, Swanson, Wohlers. Xxenla on J ktatQtQ5 § GRADUATE MEMBERS: Bernice Hansen . Bessie Rehkopf. § SENIORS: Jean Dyer . VIrginio Fairfax . Betty Kerr . Eleonor Kinkaid . Kay Madden . Hozel Mosche+to . Miriam Porks . Alberto Sheckels . Ruth Swonson . Evelyn Wohlers. § JUNIORS: Florence Carlson . Anne Helder. § SOPHOMORES: Mariorie Aiken . Mary Busch . Ellanore Cornwell . Ruby Morch . Borboro Simpkins. § FRESHMEN: Jone Bundy . Morvelonn Galusho . Winifred Kerr . Virginia Moschetto . Ccrinne Peters. LOCAL SUB-CHAPTER FOUNDED IN APRIL, 1936 OFFICERS: President — Jean Dyer . Vice-President — Ruth Swanson Secretary — Florence Carlson . Treasurer — Hozel Moschetto . Historion — Virginia Fairfax Sponsor — Mrs. Arthur Bornett 321 First Row: Anderson, Bacheler, Eberhart, Freeman, Hagerstrom. Kra mer. Northern, Phillips. Second Row: Smith, Spencer, Sundberg. n ta o ? ktatete6 § SENIORS: Annabel Harrison . Doris Spencer. § JUNIORS: Beth Anderson . Edyth Free- man . Paula Sebo . Irene Hagerstrom . Grace Johnson . Audrey Kromer . Ehzabeth Masters . Dorothy Phillips . Joyce Smith . Sirl Sundberg. § SOPHOMORES: Virginia Bacheler . Virginia Baisden . Lou ' se Dohl . Helen Henson . V ilma Holley . Florence Lavender . Phyllis Olson . Jean Osen . Ella V esa Redfern . Elvo Sutherling. § PLEDGES: Bette Boisden . Maren Christlonsen . Elizabeth Crow . Mildred Denny . Lillion Eberhart . Dolores Goodwin . Clodall Marc.ks . Mary Martin . Ethel Northern. LOCAL SUB-CHAPTER FOUNDED IN 1929 OFFICERS: President — Edyth Freeman . Vice-Pres- ident — Joyce Smith . Recording Seci ' etory — Virginia Bacheler . Corresponding Secretary — Beth Anderson . Treasurer — Irene Hagerstrom , Sponsor — Mrs. E. Doncoster. First Row: Ansart Birchdalp E - ' Penttinen, Rind. Rood, Whltcombe. Hemphill, Kosher, Hougardy, Lillsjo, Second Row: McCarthy, McLean, Meyers, Pendergrast, Kappa on ntatete6 § GRADUATE MEMBER: Sylvia Weinstein. § SENIORS: Ruth Jonson . Morie Li Morie Meyers . Yvonne Pendergrast . Marie Rood . Vera Vilegshanin. § JUN Harriet Ansart . Gladys Birchdale . Mary Jone Bustruck . Mary Campbell . Mo Cannon . Morgoret Ewcrt . Mildred Mielkey . Aili Penttinen. § SOPHOMORES: i Oleson . Lola Sehorn. § PLEDGES: Helen Drozic . Doris Eggers . Audrey Gay . Gordon . Dorothy Gunn . Eleonor Hemphill . Lucille Hougardy . Harriet Hunt Kosher . Jewel McCorthy . Lillion McKee . Moe McLeon . Dorothy Peden . Anno Eloise Whitcombe. IIS|0 . lORS: rgoret Beulah Nora . Bess Rind . LOCAL SUB-CHAPTER FOUNDED IN 1933 OFFICERS: President — Gladys Birchdale Mielkey . . Vlce-Pres- dent — Mildred Mielkey . Secretary — Jewel McCarthy . Treasurer — Harriet Ansart . Historian — Vera Vilegshanin Sponsor — Mrs. J. J. Flohout. Hansen. Leeward, MacLeran, McCtinton. Robinson, Thompson. Went, WiMiams. A u o } ktatete5 § GRADUATE MEMBERS: Marion Dohlstrom Greto Lofgren . Dorothy Sneve. § SENIORS: Giodys Hansen . Thorun Johonnsson . Katherlne MocLeran . Lillian Mc- Clinton . Louise Robinson . Ed ' +h Williams . Dorothy Wincski. § JUNIORS: Corolyn Ann May . Dorothy Miller. § SOPHOMORE: Lillian Leonard. § PLEDGES: Daisy Anderson . Francis hlovens . Jenny Knutson . Dorothy Little . Borgny Steberg . Marlon Thompson . Rosemary Wenk. WASHINGTON SUB-CHAPTER FOUNDED IN NOVEMBER, 1933 OFFICERS: President — Louise Robinson , Vice-Pres- ident — Gladys Hansen . Secretary — Marlon Thompson . Treasurer — Edith Willlonis , Historian — Rosemary Wenk. Brown, Knoblauch, Stefani, Wetmore. Whiteside. Suluan ok ktatcte6 §S0PH0M0RE: Ida Stefon!. § FRESHMEN: Fronces Anderson . Morgoret Anne Boxter . Earlene Brown . Be+h Bucl iey . Margaret Godsone . La Neddo Hort . Muriel Keith . Loise King . Marjorie Knoblauch . Jeon Legronde . Juanita Lodde . Gertrude Mont- gomery . Marion Wetmore . Ann Whiteside. LOCAL SUB-CHAPTER FOUNDED IN THE FALL OF 1936 OFFICERS: President — Ann Whiteside . Vice-Pres- ident — Morjorle Knoblouch . Secretary — Marion Wetmore . Treasurer — Earlene Brown . Sponsor — Winoneh Nichols. iiaKav m Horiuchi. Morita, Fukutanl. Ma kino, Kiriyama. TUUO ' Ki ai WASHINGTON CHAPTER FOUNDED OCTOBER, 1921, AMONG JAPANESE WOMEN OFFICERS: President — Chlye Horiuchi . Vice-Pres- ident — Shizuyo Fukutani . Recording Secretory — Chizu Okazaki . Correspond- ing Secretary — Mich! Ya s u m u ro . Treasurer — Hide Morimuzu . Historian — Yukiye Kiriyoma . Advisor — Mrs. Thomas Mosudo. § SENIORS: Chlye Horiuchi . Yukiye Kiriyoma . Tsunechlyo Makino . MIchIko Morito. § JUNIORS: Shizuyo Fukutani . Lilly HIrota . Mayko Kumosoko . Hide Morimizu . Mory Okomuro. § SOPHOMORES: Mary Dote . MItsu Fukiage . MIeko Kajlwara . Ruth Kczamo . Kotsuko Nokato . Mosa Nlshl . Marguerite Okomura . Yoneko May Shimizu . Esther Uchlmura . Molly UyemlnomI . Mlchl Yasumura . Jane Yasunobu . Stella Yorozu. § PLEDGES: Kiyo Akiyama . Margaret Echigoshima . Lillian Fujlhara . Kazuko Hayano . Tol Inui . MIyo Komihora . Amy Komlnlshl . Helen Kojo . Ayoko Kurimoto . MIchiko Nlshlsako . Esther Nojlri . Mary Okabe . Chlzu Okozokl . May Ota . Alleen Stoke . Fumiko Sasaki , MIchIko Shiga . KIml Toquchl . MIchiko Tokogl . Sachiko TeshlrogI . Akiko Wada. r. % k Sheldon, Piatt, Daetwyler, Dikeman TfCLwotuieuf Stua.2nt5 FOUNDED AT HARBORVIEW HALL IN 1931 AMONG THE STUDENT NURSES OFFICERS: President — Peggy Sheldon . Vice-Pres- ident — Helen Piatt . Secretary — Emma Daetwyler Treasurer — Lydia Dikemon. § FACULTY MEMBERS: Henrietta Adams . Harriet Cross . Mory Curtis . Charlotte Dowler . Marie Formon . Morion Kent . Marguerite Poetznick . Virginia Olcott . Harriet Smith . Corolee Steele . Aileen Tuttle . Clarice Weidert. § SENIORS: Harri deMers . Dorothy Dyson . Maurice Erskine . Irene Fraser . Ruthelen Garvin . Ethel Haworth . Mory Hozord . Thelmo Heydt . Helen HuH . Millicent Johnson . Alice Krogh . Muriel McCall . Dorothy Matthews . Grace Miller . Vera Roll . Peggy Sheldon . Doris Stoley . Jane Straight . Mildred Tilley . Mildred Trask . Helen Turner . Naomi Wall . Margaret WIese . Corinne Willis. § JUNIORS: Betty Bortells . Dorothy Buchanan . Dorothy Bulk- ley . Priscilla Byrne . Grace Chrlstensen . Emma Daetwyler . Morion Davis . Lydio Dikeman . Mory Hoos . Mignonne Harris . Virginia Howell . Mory Johnston . Phyllis LeGro . Virginia Humphrey . Kothryn Lewis . Patricia Linton . Belle Lynn . Kathleen McCarty . Isabelle Magnusson . Dorothy Mallaghan . Jane Morse . Beryl Newton . Kate Norman . Nancy Peterson . Elizobeth Powell . Althea Pratt . Louise Russell . Mabel Sarin . Florence Sivesind . Morybeth Snyder . Irma Smith . Thelma Soomon . Alice Stewort . Myrtle Stopps . Elizobeth Stewart . Frances Sutcllffe . Virginia Sutherland . Genevieve Wade . Virginia Wester . Morguerite Willioms. 324 ■1 ' , ' ■, (■ ' " .■« vri»- t - [r ««4 VJ. Dndi ex. Abbott. Waddington 255 Abe, George. 315 Ablan. John, 315 Abramson, Charles. 273 Acacia, 247 Acomb, Byron, 259 Acomb, William. 259 Adam. Gordon, 165, 170, 210, 211, 314 Adams, Betty, 296 Adams, Charles, 248 Adams, Dorothy. 289 Adams, Peggy, 289 Adamson. Dorothy, 112. 291 Adatto, Carl, 314 Adicins. Geraldine, 39, 194 Aetzel, Virginia, 39. 138, 178, 297 Ahern, James. 39. 250 Ahrens, Barbara Lou, 288 Ahrens, Jean. 285 Ahrens, Nada, 39. 164 186, 318, 320 A.I.E.E., 189 Aikens. Marjorie. 187, 192, 313, 319 Alaska Club, 187 Albro, Efhelyn. 288 Alderson, Virginia, 292 AHord, Violet, 39 184 Allen. Ed, 259 Allen, Mark, 277 Allen, Robert, 39 Allen, Sue, 105, 108, 115 Allen, Roy, 256 Mmirg, William, ,273 Alpha Chi Omega, 285 Alpha Delta Phi, 248 Alpha Delta Sigma, 173 Alpha Delta Pi. 286 Alpha Epsilon Phi, 287 Alpha Gamma Delta 288 Alpha Omicron Pi 289 Alpha Phi, 290 Alpha Sigma Phi, 249 Alpha Tau Omega, 250 Alpha Xi Delta, 291 Altenberg, Carl, 258 Alvau, Gino, 265 Ames. Josette, 301 Ammoni Socii, 180 Andersen, hiarold, 39 Andersen, Janet, 310 Andersen. Rudy. 39, 250 Anderson, Arvid, 259 Anderson, Bernard E., 39, 247 Anderson. Beth. Ic6 320 Anderson. Charlotte L 39 Anderson, Donald 247 250 Anderson, Dorothy May, 39. 310 Anderson Dorothy V, 39 Anderson, Evelyn 39 192 Anderson, Frvinces, 2 .8 Anderson. Gertrude, 77, 112, 285 Anderson, Isabel, 31 I Anderson, Jane, 286 Anderson. John, 249 Anderson, Keith, ' c7 279 Anderson. Lowell, 188 Anderson. Margaret, 313 Anderson. Marguerite, I 15, 132. 302 Anderson, Mary Louise, 290 Anderson. Miriam, 186, 311 Anderson, Philip, 39 Anderson. Ray, 39, 277 Anderson, Sidney, 193, 272 Anderson, A. Warren, 279 Anderson. R. Warren, 39. 265 Anderson. Warren, 169 Anderson, Will, 281 Andres, Marjorie, 290 312 Andrews. Jane, 297 Andrews, Phillip. 273 Anger. Mary Jane. Ill Angle. James, 39, 165 171. 218, 259 Ansart, Harriet, 192, 320 Anshutz, Bert, 39. 62, 121, 165, 171, 219, 261 Anstett. Duane. 270 Antilla. Eino. 252 Antonie. Glenn. 39 Anunciacion, Lorenzo, 316 Appel. Helen, 310 Apple, Jane, 309 Apple, Vance, 309 Applegate. Charles 314 Aranow, Willard. 257 Arms, James, 263 Armstrong, Lewis, 76, 134, 259 Armstrong, Richard, 254 Armstrong, Robert, 80 Arnall. William, Leon- ard, 247 Arneil, Bobbie, 38, 164, 39 Arneman. Margaret 115, 286 Arneson, Elwood. 272 Arneson, Margaret, 147 148, 149, 166, 296 Arnold. Betty. 299 Arold, Frances, 286 Art, Richard, 115 173 253 Arwood Charles, 233 A.S.C.E. 188 Ashbauqh, John. 278 Ashe, John. 272 Asplund. Gus. 75 121 123 Aston, Harriet Jean 39, 294 Atkeson. Clarice, 291 Atkinson, Clinton 39 246, 249 Atkinson, Cora, 167. 298 Atkinson. Dwight, 167 Atkinson. Hawley 190 281 Atkinson. Wallace 262 Auda, Marjorie, 290 Augustine. Elizabeth 296 Austin, Everett 170 207, 264 Austin Hall, 310 Austin, Walter 191 39 276 Averill, Warren. 39, 273 Avey, Eugene, 260 Avison. Catherine, 297 Babcock, Jack, 39. 169 Bacchus. Harry, 264 Bacheler, Virginia 320 Bacheller, Ruth. 292 Bachmann. Fred 275 Bacon, Lloyd 266 B.A. Council, 174 Bagnall, John J,, 39 Bailey. Dorothy. 300 Bailey. William 259 Baisch, Frederick 109 194, 250 Baker. Caroline, 293 Baker, Dick. 223 Baker, Eleanor 134 28B Baker, Harry, 39, 274 Baker, John, 260 Baker, Miner, 193 Baker, Samuel 261 Baker, Viroinia 299 Baker, Willis, 270 Baldwin, Ralph. 761 Balkema. John. 250 Ball, Margaret. 39 295 Ball, Mildred, 310 Ballard, Ernest, 248 Ballou, Edna, 313 Balier. Edward, 39 Balmer. Thomas, 92 Bambico. Martin, 319 Banks, Hugh, 262 Bannick, Mary 38 39 288 Bannister Elizabeth 192, 293 Bannister, Ralland 256 Bar, Lawrence, 39. 272 Barber. William. 167. 263 Barclay. Gedney, 258 Barclay. Katrine, 299 Barco, Terrill, 274 Bardue, Jack. 250 Barker. Jack, 314 Barker. John, 251 Berkley. Barbara, 385 Barks, Ann. 294 Barlow, Viola. 39, 298 Barnard, Curtis, 108. 109, 110, 254 Barner, William, 250 Barnes, Billie, 129 Barnes. Helen. 39, 312 Barnes, Jess, 40, 268 Barnes Thomas, 276 Barnet. Walter. 40 Barnett. Charles. 273 Barnett. John. 262 Barnett. Virginia. 40. 192 Barr, Eric, 94 Barr, Gordon. 40 Barragar, Paul. 254 Bartells, Betty, 183 Bartells, Jacqueline, 40 291 Bartleft, Pat, 294 Barton, Bruce, 172 Barton, Paula, 166 Barton, Peggy, 302 Base, Feme, 40, 284, 298 Bassetti, Helen, 284 Bash, Mary I., 96 Baskerville, Naomi, 40 Bass, Adelle. 40 Bateman. Arthur. 167. 172. 251 Baten. Ruth, 184. 192, 293 Bates, Alan. 193 Bates, Eugene, 269 Bates, Walter. 40 163 211, 314 Bath, Gordon D. 40 250 Bath, Irving, 250 Bathurst, Helen, 297 Batt. Wendell, 40 260 Battin, Caroline 300 Barley, Hood. 258 Baxter, Jean, 113 294 Baxter, Wilma, 301 Bauer, Hugh, 248 Bayley, Howard. 268 Bayley, Phil, 40 261 Bayliss, Robert. 272 Beall. Imogene 304 Beall, John, 173 263 Beatty, John, 40 251 Bechtol. Charles 227 228. 269 Beck. Helen Murree 187. 304 Becker, Ed. 261 Becker, Henry E,, 40 Bede, Brandt. 274 Beede, Marjorie 152 302 Belaire, Lorene 147 149. 152, 285 Belknap. Ernest, 40 281 Bell. Donald 260 Bell, Robert 264 Bell, Violet 286 Bell, William, 254 Benbow, Mary Louise 184 Bender, Betty. 301 Bender, Lois, 310 Benecke, William 40 276 Benedict, Adele, 302 Benedlktson. EInar, 270 Benjamin. Jack, 224 Bennett, Clinton, 270 Bennett, Edith, 302 Bennett, George 132 169 Bennett, William, 260 Benskin, Edna Lou 186 309 Benson, Carl, 252 Benson, John. 259 Benson. Kathryn. 40 Bentley. Lamar, 193 Berg, Virginia. 132, 187 311 Berger, Knute, 40, 183 Bergerson, Francis, 123, 167, 259 Bergerson, Sigrid. 320 Bergholz, Dick, 109 267 Bergman, Alfred 40 277 Bergman, Neil, 40 Bergren. Marian 40 284, 301 Bergseth. Robert, 40, 274 Bernhoft. Eloise. 154 Bernhoft. Richard. 187. 264 Bernhoft. Stanley, 187 Bernitt. Betty Jean, 290 Bernow. Harry. 280 Bernstein, Jane, 287 Berry, Al. 171 Berry. Anne M., 40 Berry. Lewis, 278 Berry, Marie. 313 Beta Alpha Psi, 175 Beta Gamma Sigma, 175 Beta Theta Pi. 251 Bethel. James. 40 Betts, Catherine, 148, 299 Betts. Richard. 269 Beuschlein. W. L., 101 Bidstrup. Margaret, 310 Big " W Club, 170 Bingay, Woolsey, 277 Bingham, Wellington 262 Birchdale, Gladys 318 320 Bird, Eleanor, 152 166 192. 293 Bird, Harry, 227 Bird, Joseph, 262 Bird, Michael, 40 105 108. 109, no 112 133, 137. 165 179 262 Bishop. Jane, 40, 294 Bishop. Jean. 40. 297 Bishop, Ralph, 163 Bishop, Ronald 40 188, 254 Bjorklund. Leon. 229 Black. Brownie Ann 297 Black, Edward, 137, 270 Black. Marie, 40 Blackstock, Ray. 270 Blade, Kay 301 Blaine Hall, 311 Blaine, Charles, 270 Blair, Jeanne, 302 Blake, Fred. 40 189 264 Blalock. Alan. 252 Blalock, Raymond 40 252 Blaney, Eunice. 294 Blankenship, Russell 97 Blau, Ed, 279 Blazer, Mary Jane, 157 Bleitz, Jeanne. 288 Blessing. Flora, 112 115 286 Block, Jay, 254 Bloomfield, James 40 274 Blue, Jack, 188 Blum. Stuart, 40, 262 Blumenthal, Carolyn 287 Blunden, Thomas, 256 Bobrow. Norman 271 Bodner, Genevieve 41 306 Bodraun. Druscilla 313 Boentje, John. 253 Boerhave, Hilda. 184, Bogardus, Richard, 41, Sogdanovic, Gerald- ' ne. 301 Boggess, Clifford 274 Boque, David, 253 Boley, Jack, 41 44 106 „ III, 133, 173 ' Bollcrud, Alice, 292 Bolles, Tom ill 212 213 Bonar, Leonard. 41. 279 Bond, Charles, 41 ' 165 170. 205, 253 Bond. Randal, 253 Bonnell. Barbara, 299 Boone. Isabel, 41, 195 Boose, Barbara 41 284 292 Booth, Ralph. 254 Boppell, Jean, 184 Boppell, Mary, 41 Borden, Richard, 269 Borg. Jeannette, 132 Borhek. Barbara ' , 41 Borkland. Helena. 292 Borkland, Margery, 292 Boss. Ann, 310 Bostwick. Janice, 294 Botsford, Elizabeth, 126 Botting. David. 270 Botzer, Allen, 41, 274 Bourgaize. Donald, 235, 277 Bousfield, Mary Jane, 41, 299 Boutin, Lois, I 13. 296 Boutin, William J., 41 Bowden. Virginia Ann. 147, 166 Bowden. William. 41, 270 Bowdey. George, 41, 249 Bowen, Barbara, 299 Bowers, Juanita, 301 Bowles, Ross, 41 Bowles, Ruth, 184 Boyce, Portus. 41, 168 Boyd. Florence, 186, 312 Boyd, Kathleen, 312 Boyd, Louise, 294 Boyden, Mary, 299 Boyer, Lyman, 314 Boyer. Uhland, 253 Brachvogel, Jean, 292 Brackett, Richard. 272 Bradley. Lome. 268 Bradner, William 273 Bradshaw, Jack, 257 Bradshaw, Robert, 273 Braff, Andrew, 41. 275 Brakemeyer. Doane 41 270 Brandmeier, Kathryn 41, 286 Brandt, Eileen 122 Brandt, Stafford, 259 Branigin. William, 41 Branson, Wilma, 108 Bratlie. Marjorie 166 285 Bralton. Herbert, 250 Brauer, Lloyd, 41. 169 Breda, Firmo, 170, 259 Brennan. Jack. 248 Brennon. Victor. 261 Bresolin, Lave 189 Brett, William, 274 Brlggs, Henry, 264 Brilhart, Mary, 192, 319 Brinsmead, Arthur, ' 169 Brinson, Lane. 41, 250 Brislawn, Joseph ' 41 273 Broadbooks. Harold, 41 Brodsky, Dorothy, 309 Broesamie, Jane, ' 299 Bronemann. Leroy, 233 Bronson, Donald, 272 Brooks. Howard. 41 Brooks, Robert, 41, 255 Brooks, Stanley, 277 Brooks. Winslow, 211 Brotherton, Joseph 129 269 Brotf. Gerald 41 246 267 Brough, Winston, 41 Brouillette, Betty, 288 Brower, Elaine, 287 Brown. Betty, 295 Brown, Betty Lee 197 Brown, BifT, 250 Brown, Earlene, 321 Brown. Ernestine, 289 Brown, Fred, 251 Brown. Helen, 293 Brown. Isobel, 154 Brown. James, 41 Brown, Jeannette, 1 14 Brown, Jessie, 288 Brown, Katharine, 313 Brown, Kathryn, 41 291 Brown, Laura May ' 41 312 • Brown, Monte E. 41 253 Brown. Mary Jane, 293 Brown, Meredyth, 250 Brown. Morris, 42 B own, Paul, 42 Brown. Priscilla. 310 Brown, Robert M., 42 Brown, R. Stevenson 128 Brown. Stephen D., 163 Brown. Walter B., 42 Brown, Warren, 256 Bruckarf. John, 42. 253 Bryan, Barbara, 296 Bryan, Helen M., 42 Bryant. William C, 257 Bryce. Alec. 122, 281 Bryce. Jim. 281 Brygger, Barbara, 42 299 Bubb, Wesley, 42, 263 Bubnick, Frank, 272 Buck, George, 255 Buck, Guy, 262 Buck, Kirk, 263 Buck, Robert, 171, 262 Buckley, John, 221 Bucklln. Brice, 275 Buckman. Elsie, 42. 192 Buckmaster, Betty ' 149 166, 192 Buhler, Margaret 299 Bullls. Audrey, 296 Bunker, Sam, 172 Bunn, Robert 279 Burd, Dr, Henry. 93 Burd, Sherman. 275 Burke. Bernard, 169 Burkhart, Martha, 301 Burkey, Jane, 307 Burish, Audrey 306 308 Burkeblle, Vernon, 188 Burkhelmer. Charles 42, 270 Burnett, Alice, 186 298 Burns. Jack. 69 Burns, John, 262 Burns, Mary Lou. 319 Burrus. Margaret Jane 132, 288 Burrus. Mary, 152 Burton, Bruce, 249 Burton, Floyd ' , 42, 189 Burwell, Jane! 302 Burwell, Trane, 42, 193 Burwell, Virginia 299 Busby, Gail. 42 Busch, Mary, 313 319 Bush, Elizabeth. ' 31 1 Bushell, Muriel 115 286 Bushnell, Margaret 134, 154 Butcher, Helen, 285 Butler, Eleanor. 288 Butler. Kathleen 290 Butler, Willard ' 259 Butterfield, Glen 42 256 ' ' Butterfield, Robert 264 Byers. Wade, 42 173 Byles, Carol, 30i Byrne, James, 268 Byrne. Ruth. 178 Caddey. Gene, 232 Cadwell. James 42 251 Cady, Betty, 290 Cady, ;iY 42 Cadzow, Dorothy 311 Cahen. Bob. 112 114 224 ' ■ Cain. Hazel. 42 Cam, James, 42 165 170. 205, 208 ' 209 ' 233 Caldbick, Helen 291 Caldwell. Hugh, 251, 314 Calhoun. Eloise. 42 Callahan, Jaclt. ' l46 248 Cameron, y 261 Campbell, Archie 42 109, 110. 179 ' ' Campbell. Bette 111 178, 302 Campbell, Betty Jo 294 Campbell, Helen 302 Campbell, Henry 42 248 ■ Campbell, Janet, 299 Campbell, Margaret 98, 192, 299 Campbell. Philip, | |0 Campbell, Richar ' d 167 190. 250 Cannon. Kenneth 42 258 Canterbury, Mark 42 220 Caraher, Catherine 148, 318, 319 Cardiff, Margaret 42 286 Cardwell, William 171 269 Carey. John, 314 326 euetJimi .... . they said it couldn ' t be done! ' " Thirty-seven years ago the University Book Store, starting from " scratch, " was organized to provide a service in text books and supplies that private firms could not, or would not furnish. For many years the entire profits were set aside to provide capital and equipment for a store serving a fast growing university. This capital now totals one quarter mil- lion dollars. T his year, in spite of common opinion -•- that " it could never be done. " the Board of Directors of the Store elected to return to the students two- thirds of the net earnings during the school year . . . thus inaugurating a true cooperative plan which attains the ideal set by the founders m 1900. The Book Store is operated for service . . . not for profit. Its every effort is directed towards furnishing student needs with con- venience , . . and at moderate cost. It is successful, and the annual volume is fast approaching a half million dollars per year. This business produces a substantial profit, the larger share of which is yours. ' T he Book Store plan is democratic! It is ■ ' ■ controlled by student elected officers. It assures the student correct and satisfac- tory goods and services. It guarantees fair prices. And, finally, it returns to him the greater part of the earnings. The " impossible " ' Ji has been accomplished OO-dlj . . . and . . . Q n id e a IS realize UNIV€RSITY Book Store 327 WEST COAST and Western Pine Forest Products O Well located cut-over land for suburban homes or ranches W eyerhaeuser Timber Company Tacoma, Washington METROPOLITAN CENTER Smart Apparel Shops Mctrcpclitan Cijilding Cc. Fourth and Fifth Avenues Union to Seneca Seattle, Washington Carl, Betty. Jane, 294 Carlberg, Nancy Ruth, 42 Carleton, Peggy, 292 Carlson, Andrew, 258 Carlson, Esther, 286 Carlson, Florence 149 192, 313, 319 Carlson, Herbert, I 14 Carlson, Lillian, 42, 286 Carlson, Torkjel, 188 277 Carpenter, Eleanor, 293 Carpenter, James 42 248 Carpenter. Bill, 251 Carrell. Virgil. 42, 191 Carroll, Bob, 281 Carter, Betty Ann 42 300 Carter, Jean, 147 149 166, 300 Carter. John. 42, 281 Carter. William. 114 172 Cartwright, Marjorie 42, 292 Carver, Robert 167 250 Casey, Donald, 42 Casey, Maxine, 297 Casey, Merwin, 257 Caskin. Margaret, 293 Caspers, Ronald, 254 Castlen, Rose Alice 299 Caswell. Alice, 302 Cate, Warren. 260 Cathcart, Wallace. 250 Causton, Shirley, 293 Caveny, Alls. 43 Chaffee. Clifford, 43 Chambers, Edwin. 248 Chambers, Harrison 43, 254 Champney, Virginia 152, 289 Chandler. Mary Jane 285 Chapin, Foster. 167, 269 Chapman, Lee. 43, 289 Charboneau, Mary Rose, 43 Chase, Rush F.. 43, 189 Cheeve r, Bruce, 43, 277 Cheney, John, 43. 248 Chenoweth, Harry, 188 Chess, Gertrude. 287 Chester. Vernon, 43, 169 Chesterley. James, 248 Chestnut, Frank 272 Chi Omeqa, 292 Chi Phi, 252 Chi Psi. 253 Chiba. Bain. 43. 315 Childs. Mary Ann. 43 Chimes of Phrateres 319 Christensen. Neil, 76, Christian, Ed, 261 252 Church, Curtis, 266 Clark. Byron. 188 Clark, DeWitt. 253 Clark. Douglas 43 259 Clark, Earl F., 202 Clark. Kenneth, 43 169 Clark. Malcom, 253 Clark, Robert, 256 Clark, Bob. 250 Clark. Ruth, 43, 301 Clark. Stan, 250 Clark. Treat, 43 253 Clark, William B., 43 Clarke, Marion, 302 Clarke, Phyllis, 294 Clarke, Vinton ' 43 Clawson. Betty. 122. 297 Clearwaters, Boyd. ' 258 Cleary. Alice, 298 ' Clegg, Ken, 224 Clemen, Mary Eliz- abeth. 43. 290 Clement. Barbara 113 I ' t9. 154, 155, 295 Clement, Lucia, 155 Cleveland, Al, 43 247 Clifford, Polly. 303 Climenson, Myron 43 169, 189 Cline, Edith, 304 Clough, Virginia, 296 Coates. Ruby 43 49 162. 164, 285 ' Coblentz, Jean, 297 Coburn, Don, 281 Cochran, Perry, 273 Codd, Dick, 113 Coddon. Marjorie, 287 Coe, Franz, 251 Coe. Robert, 269 Coffman, Helen, 43 176 Cohan. Donald, 43, 280 Cohen, Maurice, 109 110 Cohen, Sylvan E., 43, 280 Cohn, Sidney 271 Colbert, Fred. 226, 314 Colby, Arnold, 73 Colby, Carolyn, 294 Colcock. Alberta. 43 285 Coldiron, William, 272 Cole, Mary. 43, 296 Cole, Robert, 43, 169 Cole, William, 251 Coleman. David, 259 Colkett, Emery 43 65 123, 138, 165, 246 261 Colkett. Lua, 301 Collier, Bernard, 135 Collins, Betty Lou, 297 Collman, Gail, 105 Colvin. Donald, 270 Colvin, Kenneth 43 261 Colwell, Robert, 276 Compass Chart, 168 Condle, Frances, 290 Condon, Herbert T 96, 122 Condon, Herbert T Jr., 43, 262 Conn, Letha, 310 Conner, Betty, 297 Conner, Louise, 301 Conner. Richard, 43 Conner. Robert E. 246 268 Connor, Jack, 43 Conway, Douglas, 172 Conyers, Marian, 43, 184 Cook, Barbara, 31 I Cook, Donald 44 122 169. 173 Cook, Farrell, 254 Cook, John, 274 Cookerly, Madeline 285 Cooley, Lucille, 302 Cooper. Carl, 188 Coon, Jean, 143 Coon, Shirley J., 94 Coons, Curt, 224 Cooper. Elsie. 126 Coppedge, William 44, 249 Corbin, Melville, 281 Cordiner, James, 44 Corkery. Alberta ' . 44 Corkery, George! 276 Corkery, Jack. 276 Cornelius, Betty. 290 Cornelius. Evelyn, 44 Conover, Max. 167 Cornwall, Ellene, 44 Cornwall, Marian. 290 Cornwell, Ellanore 313. ,319 Cornwell. Varney. 44 Correa. Dale, 267 Cortelyou, Dorothy, 182 Cortelyou, Jane, 108 M2, 152, 296 Corwin. Louise. 44. 194 Cory. Virginia, 44 Coryell, George, 248 Cosper, Duane 44 169 246, 260 Cotton, John. 44 Cotton, Paul, 269 Courtney, Marvin. 250 Courtney. Mary Frances. 297 Courtwright, Edgar, 249 Couzens, Annabel, 297 Cousins, Volney, 281 Cowan, Jack, 109 Cowden. Bob, 249 Cowie, Jean, ' 123 154 292 Cox. Kenneth 98 112 _ 134. 165. 172, ' |93 ' Cox. Rena. 155, 187 300 Coy. Bobby. 113 Coy. Donald, 21 I Coy, Frances, 292 Coyle. Rosanne 128 178 Crabtree, Inez Mae 296 Craig. Ruth, 298 Crandall, Betty, 31 1 Crandell, Rae, 294 Crapo, William. 253 Crawford, Helen. 293 Crawford. Jean, 285 Crawford, John, 261 Crego, Catherine 44 296 Crenshaw, Jean, 296 Crew, Don, 44 Crick, James, 262 Criddle, Fred. 44, 189 Crimp. Carter. 277 Cripe. Paul, 44 Croasdill, Charles, 264 Crockett. Dorothea, 293 Crocker, Stanley, 44 Cromie, Donald. 263 Crommelin. Elizabeth 44 Crosby, Ellen, 301 Crosby, William, 44 Grossman, Phil, 267 Croucher, Grace, 302 Crow, Betty, 285 Crowder, Barbara, 44 59, 108, 109, no 112, 143, 164 Crowe, Bradford, 248 Crowley, Joe, 44, 273 Crulkshank, Bob 44 275 Crutcher, Bayard, 172 Cruver, Al, 206, 207, 209 Cruzen, James, 44, 246, 273 Crystal. Dean, 98 Gulp. King, 251 Gulp, Dennis, 44, 188 Cunliffe, Catherine, 302 Cunningham, Beryl, 302 Curd, Sarah. 76. 294 Curran. Barbara I 10 297 Current, Marian. 290 Currier. Lorene, 291 Curtin, Marian. 166. 177 Curtis, Homer, 278 Curtis. Mary, 44 Curtis, Richard, 44, 169 Curtiss, Adrian. 44. 277 Cutliffe, Frances, 293 Daetwyler. Emma 44 324 Dahl. Robert. 98 Dahlberg, Clayton, 267 Dahlin, Robert, 44, 263 Dahlquist, Thelma, ' 297 Dalby, Gwen, 186 Dalinkus, Albert. 44 Dana Ensemble, 151 Daniels, Martha. 44 Danz. Frederick ' 280 D.A.R. House, 307 Date. Richard, 188 Davidson, Betty 147 151, 166, 296 Davidson. Case. 252 Davidson. Ellwood 44 254 D avles. Harold. 255 Davies, John, 259 Davis, Betty 297 Davis. Betty Lou 44 320 Davis. David, 248 Davis, Inez. 44, 301 Davis, Stanley, 45 Davis, Sylvia, ' 298 Davis. Valera, 184 310 Davis, William. 261 Dawes, Roger. 229 Dawley, Merton, 45 Dawson, Dorothy, 289 Dawson. James. 135 Dawson. Jeannette 288 Dawson, Sally, lis ' 301 Day, Ken, 133 Day. Charles, 45 210 211 ■ ' Dean, Betty. 45. 291 Dearborn. Phyllis 45 Dearborn, Willia ' m, 272 Deaner. James. 254 Deaver, Melissa, 309 De Donato, Richard 269 Deering, Robert 45 248 DeFriel, Jay. 277 Degerlng. Evelyn. 112 Dehn. Marian, 166, 296 Deierlein, Jack, 257 Deits. G. Charles, 128 Delany, Noel, 273 De Long. Robert. 261 Delta Delta Delta. 293 Delta Gamma, 294 Delta Kappa Epsllon 255 Delta Sigma Phi, 256 Delta Tau Delta. 257 Delta Upsllon 258 Delta Zeta, 295 Delzer. Doris, 45, 154 Deming, Robert, 262 276 Demick, Van Buren, 276 Deming. 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Kenneth, 273 Parton, Birdie, Lou, 313 Pascoe, Shirley, 292 Pascua, Andres, 316 Paterson, Hunt, 60, 165, 170, 216, 251 Patten, Jane. 133, 166. 299 Patterson. Frank. 274 Patterson, Jean, 302 Patton, Matthew, 269 Paul. Frederick. 134, 187, 257 Paul, William. 60. 257 Pauw. Adrian. 60. 100 188 Paxton. Betty Jane, 299 Paxton, Frank. 269 Payne, Bill, 269 Payne. Douglas. 259 Payne, Fred, 267 Peabody, Max, 279 Peak. Wilbur, 252 Pearce, John, 172. 253 Pearce, Josephine. 155 310 Pearl, Don. 60 Pearson. Donald. 259 Peck, Robert, 277 Pefley, Etha, 60, 148 Pelch, Vera, 60, 306 Penchos, Kenneth, 173 Pendergrast, Yvonne, 318, 320 Penttinen, Aili. 320 Peregrine, Lorraine, 295 Perkins, Elmer, 261 Perkins, Jane. 288 Perry. George. 60. 255 Perry, Iverne, 292 Perry, Priscilla. 296 Perry, Tom, 232. 246. 274 Personette. George. 232 Peters. Corinne, 313, 319 Peters, Elizabeth, 311 Peters, Frank, 170. 206. 230 Peters, Helen, 60. 312 Peters. Jack, 274 Peterson. Henry, 246. 266 Peterson. Lorin. 60, 165, 279 Peterson, Margaret, 177 Peterson. Richard. 258 Peterson. Roy, 60 Peterson, Sarah Louise. 288 Peterson. Vernon. 109, no, 112, 279 Peterson, Virgil, 267 Peterson, William, 60, 261 Petrich, Allen, 270 Petrich, Martin, 76. 270 Petterson, Merle. 132 Pettit, Ward, 281 Pewters. Edward, 253 Pflugmacher, Carl. 60. 189 Phalanx. 190 Phelan. James, 202, 203, 205 206, 208, 209 Phelan, Mary, 295 Phi Alpha Rho, 194 Phi Beta Kappa, 99 Phi Chi Delta, 184 Phi Delta Theta. 261 Phi Gamma Delta. 262 Phi Lambda Upsilon, 182 Phi Kappa Psi. 263 Phi Kappa Sigma. 264 Phi Kappa Tau. 265 Phi Mu. 300 Phi Mu Alpha. 176 Phi Mu Gamma, 178 Phi Sigma Kappa, 266 Philbrick, Warren, 262 " hilip, Robert. 262 Phillips. Dorothy. 318, 320 Phillips. George. 261 Phillips. John. 60. 246. 272 Phillips. Kay. 301 Phrateres, Federation, 318 Pi Beta Phi, 301 Pi Kappa Alpha. 267 Pi Kappa Phi, 268 Pi Lambda Theta, 177 PIcht, Don. 270 Pierce. Frank. 261 Pierce. Gloria. 297 Pierce. Leo, 61, 277 Pierce, Milton. 61. 189 Pineo. Munro. 270 Pinkham, Robert, 61. 281 Pinneh. Dorothy, 285 Piper. Dennis. 247 Plamondon. Paul. 46, 61, 122. 165. 259 Plant. Betty. 301 Piatt, Helen, 324 Plummer, Albert, 170 Pocock. George, 203, 213 Podas. Marylu. 285 Podas Nancy. 61, 285 Poe. Helen. 113. 147. 296 Pohlman. Marian. 194. 308 Poindexter, Izetta. 61. 289 Poitevin. Rise. 293 Polwarth, Trula. 309 Poole. Dick, 257 Pooser. Clyde, 267 Porteguese. Alan, 61. 133. 246. 280 Porteguese. Jean, 287 Porter, Jane, 61, I 13, 146, 294 Porter, John, 273 Porter. Milton, 61, 180 Pottratz, Dennis, 134, 172, 247 Potts, Tom. 127 Powell. Sargent, 88 Powers. Charles. 253 Powers, Gordon, 314 Pratt, Betty, 300 Pratt. Bronwen, 166, 295 Pratt, Dick, 270 Pratt. Robert. 61. 269 Pree. Henry. 193 Pre-Medic Club. 183 Premo, Dolores. 306 Prentice, Louis, 193 Preston, Howard, 88, 175 Preston, Ronald, 254 Price, Jack. 258 Price. Kathleen, 311 Priebe. Leona. 177 Priess. Newell. 262 Priestley. Cecily. 292 Pritchard. Hugh, 110 Pritchford, Emily, 296 Prueft. John. 189 Pruitt. Mary Helen, 301 Procunier. Rose Mary, 61 Prowell. Janet, 302 Psi Upsilon, 269 Pugsley, Mary Janet. 288 Purcell. Hugh, 129, 255 Purdue. Robert, 172, 269 Purple. Lorraine, 286 Purple Shield, 172 Puryear, Kathryn. 297 Putnam. George, 167 258 Pyfer, John, 229 Ouigley, Arthur, 248 Quigley, Ruth, 297 Ouist. Doris. 286 Quist, Marjorie. 61 302 Race, William, 187 Racine. Betty Lou, 186 Radelet. Richard 61 187 Raichle. Alice, 61, 288 Ramey. Clarence, 276 Ramsby. Jane. 61, 302 Ramsey, Alberta, 310 Ramstad. Marshall 61 180 Randall. Muriel. 132 Randies. James, 277 Randies. Kay, 186 288 Raney. Walter, 163 Rankin. Barbara. 293 Rankin, Jean. 293 Ransom, Jean Claire 292 Ranta, Silius. 61, 168 Rantz, Joe, 165, 170 210, 314 Rashford, Edna, 302 Rasmussen, Esther, 286 Rattray, Florence, 154 Rau, Charlotte. 310 Rauch. Roddy. 254 Rauenzahn. Daniel. 61 Raught. Howard. 253 Rawson, Margaret. 297 Ray. Maynard. 61 Raymond. Elinor, 298 Raymond, Milton. 279 Reading. Margaret. 290 Reading. Whitmore 272 Reasoner, William. 273 Reddekoff, Alma 288 Reed, Alice. 61. 290 Reed. Arvid. 247 Reed. Charles. 61 Reed. Frank. 61, 187 Reed, Jack. 259 Reed. Mary. 289 Reed. Richard, 61 123 172, 187. 248 Reed, Scout, 270 Reed, Ted, 61. 261 Reed, Verna. 61. 187 284. 300 Reed. William, 161. 258 Reese. James. 259 Reese. Robert. 259 Reid, Clarence, 61. 250 Raid. Elinor, 285 Reid. Isobel, 295 Reid, Marian. 61 Reid. Mickey. 234 Reid. Virginia. 311 Reid, Walter, 272 Reifenberger. Elfrieda. 295 Reische, Gratia. 301 Rellmg. Tordis. 286 Renando, Valborg, 61 Renting, Petronella. 288 Rhynsburger, Willert, 61, 257 Rhoades, Bill. 224 Rhodes, Fred H., Jr., 188 Rice, Dixon, 270 Rice, Earl, 255 Rice. Hans, G.. 61, 274 Rice, Herbert, 263 Rice, James, I I I Rice, Zola. 192 Rich, Leonard, 61, 170. 249 Richards. Burr, 248 Richards. Donald. 269 Richards, James, 169 Richards, John W., 97 249 Richards, Karl, 248 Richards, Manning 167 252 Richards, Mary, 112, 294 Richards. Mary Kath- arine, 309 Richards, Mary Lou. 302 Richardson. Jo. 302 Richardson. Neil. 262 Richardson, Robert. 273 Richie, Lewis, 62. 253 Rickerson, Harriet, 61 296 Ricketts, Shirley, 186 Rickles, Julian, 224 Ridge. Doris, 110 Ridgeway, Barbara 290 Rieke, Robert, 62, 277 Riemke, Charles, 281 Riley, Goldie, 62. 249 Rind. Anna, 110 112 320 Ringrose, Neil, 281 Ringstad, Geraidine, 62 Rintala, Donald, 62 Riordan, Clinton, 276 Risener, Betty, 292 Risener, Paul. 62, 264 Ritchie, John, 254 Rix, Ronald, 276 Roach, Janice, 320 Roats. George, 250 Roberg, Jane, 62. 297 Roberg, Patricia 297 Roberts. Alice, 313 Roberts. Donald. 62 Roberts, Grace. 62. 293 Roberts, Mary, 309 Roberts, Milnor, 95 Roberts, William. 265 Robertson. Elliott. 62 187, 263 Robertson, Helen 62 291 Robertson. Watson. 277 Robinson. Betty. 285 Robinson, Clyde 120 163 Robinson, Evna, 304 Robinson. Hamlin, 62, 246, 248 Robinson, James. 262 Robinson, Louise. 62. 234, 318, 321 Robinson, Margery, 114. 148. 192, 290 Robinson, Virginia. 286 Robbins, Kate, 122. 147, 297 Robson. David, 62, 261 Rockway, Ramona, 62. 176 Rockwell. John, 62, 272 Rodenhouse, Evert, 62 Rodman. Lester, 62 Rogers, Aenid. 294 Rogers. Beverly. 62, 300 Rogers. Horace. 62, 258 Rogers, Lillian, 292 Rogers, Shirley Jean. 112. 288 Rogers, William. 271 Rogerson, Andrew, 278 Rohrer. Mary Kay, 62, 164, 284, 288 Rohrschleb. Walter. 171 Rolin. Beverly. 139. 192 Rolle, Marguerite. 122. 299 Roller. Julius. 175 Romick, Mary Louise, 186. 311. 320 kood. Marie, 62, 320 Rood, Robert. 277 Root. Virginia, Lee, 293 Roper, Jack, 62 Roscoe. Alice. 186 Rosen. Jean. 127 Rosenberg. 62, 165, 170 224, 274 Rosenberg, Joy, 287 Rosenkrantz, Alexander, 62, 280 Rosenkranz, Edna, 300 Rosenkranz. John, 266. 314 Rosenthal, Myron, 280 Rosenwater. Frederick, 114 Rosi. Joseph. 62, 169 Rosi, Sentilia, 295 Ross, Helen, 62. 298 Ross. Jack. 62, 281 Ross, Jean, 166. 297 Ross, Sylvina, 306, 311 Rossier, Peggy, 62, 288 Rosslow, Fred, 62, 250 Rossoe, Helen, 313 Rothermel, Barbara 296 Rouse, Emily, 300 Rowland. Madeline. 291 Royal, Ray, 193 Roye. Andy, 62, 275 Royer. Carol, 295 Royer, Richard, 269 Rudy, Peter, 249 Ruge, Gwen, 296 Ruiz, Julius, 316 Ruley, Robert, 260 Rumbawa, Fulgencio. 62. 316 Rund, Helen. 290 Runstad. Norma, 313, 187 Rupp, Werner A.. 92 Russell, Betty, 288 Russell. William. 128 Rush, Betty Jane. 307 Russell. Grace. 310 Russell, William, 273 Ryan, Burt, 255 Ryan, Doris, 306. 313 Ryan, Edward P.. 92 Ryan, Joe. 62. 273 Ryan. John, 133, 253 Ryan, Jane, 304 Ryan, Paul. 275 Rychard, Gayle. 194, 301 Ryland, Betty Anne. 286 Saer, Edna. 63, 298 Sackett, Barbara. 132 Sainsbury. Forrest, 63 279 Saito, Thelma, 298 Salkin, Geraidine, 63, 134. 318 Salkin. Ruth, 134 Salmela. Fred. 249 Salmela, Marie, 304, 186 Salmon. Paul. 249 Salmonson. Raymond. 270 Saltman. Ben, 63 Samples, Roger, 63, 218, 220 Samuels, Curtis. 257 Samuelson. Jack, 263 Sandahl, Vincent, 248 Sander William. 38. 50 63 133. 165, 171, 251 Sanders, Don, 259 Sanders, Paul, 250 Sanderson, Hayes. 269 Sanderson, Jean. 293 Sandilands, Marguer- ite. 63 Sandstrom. George, 58, 193 Sarlln, Reino, 63, 276 Sarro. Louis. 63 Safer, Marion, 63 Sato. Yozo. 233 Sauage. William. 277 Saul Ruth, 63 Say Shirley. 297 Sayles, Betty. 112. 288 Sbedico, Elena. 108. no, 112, 114 Scabbard and Blade. 169 Seaman. Lois. 292 Scammell. Mary. 63, 162, 164, 284. 299 Scammell, Bill, 269 Scarff. Robert, 261 Scatchard. Eva May. 63, 148. 164 340 ' — — TirtTMiri ND EX — Continued Scavotto. Donald 43 169, 3M Schaeffer, Jean. 301 Scheel, Frederick. 63 247 Schenk. Earl. 251, 314 Schlmanski. Ted. 274 Schleef. Winsfoii 63 265 Schlicting, Hal, 228 Schluter. Janet. 293 Schmld. William 279 Schmidt. Lewis. 63. 169 Schmidt, Margaret 63 299 ■ . Schneider, Alvin, 280 Schneider. Fred, 281 Schoch. Delos. 63 122 170. 211 ' ' Schoel. Philip. 63, 273 Schoettler. Elizabeth . , " . 187. 288 ichonborn, Marian 63 184, 320 ■ Schonwald, Marie 287 ichraeder, Genevieve 296 Schreiber. Evelyn 313 bchryver. Gertrude, 290 ichu chart, Charles. 63, Schuck, Gordon, 279 Schuehle, Robert 188 Schuetze, Leah 310 Schuknecht, Marguer- ite, 310 Schultz, Lowell 63 Schumann, Roberta 306, 309 Schunke, Adele 151 153, 192. 290 ' ichuyler. Betty 293 Schuyler, Helen, 63 293 Schwartz, Phillip 280 bcotness, Grace 63 302 Scott. Drexel. 251 Scott Janice. |84. |86. Scott. Robert 270 Scully. Marcella 299 Seaborn, Ben. 248 Seaman. Donna Jean 63 ' Seaman, Herbert L 193 Seaman, William 314 Seamans, Dorothy |23 301 ' ■ ■ Sears, Rex. 267 Sebastian. Les 249 Sedore. Carl. 63. 246. 254 Seefeldt. Raymond 270 Seeliger. Clarence, 63 174 ' Seerley, Phyllis 292 Seligman, Jean 287 Semple, Charlotte 299 Settergren, Norine 291 Shafer, Blackie 228 Shafer, Robert, ' 259 Shanahan, David 63 105 Shangle, Ladd, 167 261 Shank, Rolan, 280 Shapton. John. 249 Sharkey. Pat. 105 108 112. 161 Sharp. Bayard, 252 Shaw, Patricia, 63 292 Shaw. Ted. 261 Sheckels. Alberta 63 319 Sheehan. Edward. 254 Sheehan. Eleanor. ' 297 Sheffelman. Mrs. ' Mad- eline. 64 Sheffield. Margaret 63. 292 Sheffield. Mary 156 292 Sheffield, Will, 64, 250 Sheldon, Calvert 64 273 Sheldon, Charles 64 174 Sheldon, Jean, 293 Sheldon. Margaret. 63, 324 Sheller. John, 64, 246 Shelton, Myra 64 148 187. 284. 304 Shelton. Walter 277 Shemanskl. Alfred 92 Shenenberger, Ral ' ph, 64 Shepherd, Freda, 295 Sheppard, Margaret 64 Sherburne, Ann, 292 Sherburne, Frederic 274 Sheridan. Leslie 64 171. 273 ■ ■ Sherlock. Don, 272 Sherman, Charles, 247 Shervey, Norma, 152 Sherwin, Jean. 286 Sherwood. Harry 64 250 Shetburne. Jack. 273 Shiach. Isabel, 64 Shields. Gordon. 265 Shields, James, 188 Shields, Mariorie 75 " 2. 147, 151. ' 161 ' 250. 290 Shields. Phyllis. 295 Shiner. Mary. 301 Shinn. Patricia. 302 Shipek. Virginia, 64 Shipton, Dorothy, 295 Shoemaker, Vincent 274 Shore, Marshall. 272 Shorrock. Bernice 295 Shortall, Leonard ' 261 Shoudy. Paul. 262 Shper, Abe. 206 Shumm, Jeannette 154 Sidney. Bemis 261 Siegel. Lester, 132 Sieg, Lee Paul 93 Sieg, Robert 255 270 ' " ' ' Epsilon, Sigma Alpha Mu 271 Sigma Chi, 272 Sigma Delta Chi 179 Sigma Epsilon, l ' 83 Sigma Kappa, 302 Sigma Nu, 273 Sigma Phi Epsilon, 274 Sigma Tau Alpha 186 Sigma Xi, 101 Sigmund, Irwin, 64 SImenstad, Scott. 277 Simpkins. Barbara 187 313. 319 Simpson. Charles 64 276 Simpson, Donald 64 235, 251 Simpson, Lurline V., 99 Sims, Doris. 64 155 SIpprell. Winni ' fred 187 Skewes. James. 277 Sfcewis. Harry. 255 Skov. Hans. 188 Slade. Erwin. 258 Slavin. Marie. 292 Slipper, Fred, 273 Sligar, King, 274 Slivinski, Steve, 206 Sloane, Esther, 311 Sloane, Jean, ' 298 Slocum, Gene, 64 276 Slorah, Larry, 254 Small, Marylaird 123 . M7. 166, 292 ' imart, Raymond 64 246. 255 Smith, Berniece, 288 Smith, Beverly 64 180 Smith, Bruce, 270 ' Smith, Charles W 93 Si ith, Elizabeth, iss 288 Smith. Harry E.. 93 Smith. Homa. 193 Smith, Jane Louise 64 Smith, John, 261 ' Smith, John R., 64 Smith, Joseph, ' 252 Smith. Joyce 320 Smith, Keith, 256 Smith. Kenneth. 277 Smith. Lacey. 312 Smith. Margaret. 64 Smith, Nancy 294 Smith, Natalie. 285 Smith. Patricia 296 Smith. Phyllis. ' 64 319 Smith. Ruth 195 Smith, Ruth v., 64 Smith, Shirley, ' 186 286 Smith, Stuart 64 262 Smith, Walter, 250 Smith, Watson 251 Smith, William ' 277 Smith, Zoe, 156 Smyzer. Allan, 251 Snapp, Siegmund 64 110, 179 341 Snippen, Earl, 64 247 Snively, Howard 64 Snow, Betty Jane, 293 Snyder, Richard, 262 Sobel, Mary Jane, 301 Soderlind, Daniel, 64 Soderlind, Reynold, 64 Soderquist, Richard 265 Sollick, Lorene. 286 Solvason. Ray. 259 Somers, Paul, 64 Sonne. Virginia. 302 Sorenson. Arne, 64 Sorenson, Nat. 252 Sorenson, Vernon, 167 Sorenson, Viola, 65 301 Sorley, Jane, 292 Souder, Patricia, 298 Soule, Hardyn 65 255 Soules, Paul. 314 Sowenski, Leona, 295 Sparks, Henrietta 65 154 ' ' Sparks, William. 252 Spear, Dorothea, 302 Speer, Lois. 65. 184 Spencer. Doris. 65. 320 Spencer. Laura. 141 294 Spicer. Jane. 122 Spiked Shoe Club. 171 Spinner. James. 249 Spinner. Mary Jane 65 290 Sprague. Vivienne, 298 Springer. Llew, 270 Squier, Paul, 65 Squires. Bob. 65 261 Squires, Gail, 195 Stack, Harold E. 38 65, 266 ' ' Stacy, Marian, 184, 313 Staeger, Ben, 249 Staehli, Ralph, 274 Staley, Jack, 251 Stallcop, Jack, 170 Stanley, John, 65 Stansbury, Howard 259 Starcevich, Max 65 165, 170. 205, 208 209 Starling, Jack, 110, 250 Starr, James, 65 Staton, Renie. 134, 311 Stauff, Robert, 65, 269 Stayton, Roberta ' 1 12 286 Stecher, Lewis 279 Steele. Crittenden. 65 Steele, Florence. 155 Steele. Imogene 295 Steele. Kit. 133 Steele. Marjorie 65 293 Stefani. Ida, 321 Steffen, Margaret 65 298 Steffensen. Gladys 65 Steiner Arthur 271 Sterner. Betty, ' 65, 290 Steiner, John. 135 172 248 • Stenberg. Oscar. 251 Stenerson, Laura, 65 184, 293 Stevens. Burpee 249 Stevens. Carl. 276 Stevens. EIroy, 257 Stevens. Len. 233 Stevens. Murat. 65 Stevens, Ned. 272 Stevens. Ynez. 113 298 Stevenson. Bruce 251 Stevenson. Louise 65 286 ■ ■ Stewart, Anne, 299 Stewart, Ellen, ' 296 Stewart, Herbert 65 247 Stewart, Howard. 172, Stewart, Jeannette. 187 Stewart. John. 264 Stewart. Margaret 289 301 Stewart. Rosemary 290 Stewart. Tom. 187 Stiegler, Elizabeth 310 Stiles. Margaret 291 Stiley. Jo. 250 Stiley. Peggy. 47 65 164. 286 Stitt, Roberta, |I2 Slock. Dorothy. 285 Stockum. Ronald. 123 Stokes. Maynard 65 168 Stoll. Walter. 248 Stoll. William, 248 Stone. Homer. 250 Stone. John. 263 Stone, Lyman. 65. 259 Stone. Marjorie. 302 Stone. William. 65 Stoner, Bill, 249 Storhow, Jane, 65 300 Stotler. Ruth, Kay, 297 Stover, Kathryn, 65 286 Stout, Ariel, 42, 65 ' IS4 157 Strain, Betty, 152. 293 Strandberg, Genevieve 187. 300 Strandberg. Willamay 288 Strandrud. Halvor, 65 Strang. Allan. 65 Stranquist. Gwen. 301 Stratton. Robert. 253 Strausz, Ruth. 309 Strehlau. Betty 110 112. 114. 115 147 154. 286 Strodoff. Barbara 65 297 Strong. Bill, 267 Strong. Harry. 255 Strumpf. Olga, 65 Struthers, Dorothy. 285 Stryker. Ralph. 66. 276 Stubbs. Rowena 115 294 Studebaker. Elaine 66 299 Stump, Al, 109, no, 112 Sturdeva nt, Beth, 301 Stutfield. Fred 170 171. 221. 269 ' Suddocfc. Edwin. 66 Suetterlein. Donald 257 Sullivan. Doris. 187 Sullivan. Marilouise 294 Summerill, Betty, 186 Summersett. John. 66 258 Sundbero, Sir! 154 318, 320 Sunderland, Denis, 273 Sussdorf, James, 250 Sutherland. Dorothy 66. 285 Sutherland. Earl 66 180 Sutphen. Patricia. 302 Swanberg. Ruth. 193 Swanland, Nancy 66 319 Swanson. Dorothy. 296 Swanson. Frank, 249 Swanson, Frltzi, 66 164 192, 312 Swanson, Gerald, 277 Swanson. Ruth. 319 Swanson, Theodore 66 188 ' ■ Swedman, Evalyne, 293 Sweet, Ralph, 66, 248 Sweet, Robert, 66, 251 Swenholt. Virginia, 132 Swenson, David, 259 Swenson, Oliver, 272 Swennsson, Paul ' 114 272 Swick, Peggy Jean, 113 146, 294 Sylllaasen, Jane, 288 Synnestvedt, Peggy 66 164, 296 Taft, Dorothy, 294 Taft, Mahlon, 255 Taft, Nancy, ' |33, 319 Taggart, Elcena, 186 Takagi, Harry, 175 315 Takahashi, William, 66, Talbot, Robert 270 Talcott, Richard 269 Talcott. Robert, 261 Tanke, Robert 265 Tatsuda. Charles. 66, Taylor, Barbara 285 Taylor. Dale. 277 Taylor. David. 273 Taylor. Franlc. 167. 252 Taylor. George. 277 Taylor. Max, lib Taylor, Raleigh. 269 Taylor. Ronald. 176 Taylor. Wanda. 66 68 134. 147. 152. 162 164. 302 Tau Beta PI. 100 Tau Kappa Epsilon. 275 Tau Phi Delta. 276 Teats. Donna Rue 146 294 Tegtmeier. Elizabeth 66. 288 Tegtmeier. Marjorie 288 Tegtmeier. Pete 137 277 Telfer. Betty. 292 Teller. Wm.. 167. 257 Templeton. Jane. ' 297 Templeton. Theola. 288 Terdina. Alice. 66 Thatcher. Jonathan. 66 Theta of Phrateres ' 320 Theta Chi. 277 Theta Delta Chi. 278 Theta Sigma Phi. 179 Theta Upsilon. 303 Theta Xi. 279 Thomas. Betty Jane 292 Thomas. Blair, 66 Thomas, Chandler 66 273 Thomas, Wilber, 66 Thompson, Clare, 304 Thompson, Darlene, 66 Thompson, Donald 227 228, 261, 269 Thompson, Dorothy, 295 Thompson, Dudley, 265 Thompson, Helen, 154 Thompson, Janet, 293 Thompson. Marian, 309 Thompson. Marion 187 321 Thompson, Robert, 261 Thompson, Stuart 66 261 Thompson. William 281 Thompson. ■William 133. 230. 262 Thomson. David 93 277 Thomson. Marian. 66 Thornqulst, Harold. 193 Thornton. Frank. 254 Thorsdale. Rolla 66 261 Thorson. Bjarne. 66 Thorsteinson. John, 132 Thostesen, Evelyn 175 Thumlert, Arnold, ' 256 Thurlow, Steve, 250 Thurston. Evelyn, 290 Tibbett. Lawrence. 150 Tichenor. Benjamin 66 259 Tiffin. Penelope, 293 Tilley, Margaret, 66 Tipp, Marvin, 104 Tolo House, 309 Tomasi, Howard 257 Tonetfi. Leo. 188 Tonning. Bjorn. 66 Tookey. Margaret 310 Topping. Louise. 66 Toribara. Taft. 98 Torkelson. Eril ' nq 66 122. 174 Torland, Torlief. 263 Torney. David. 176 Torney. Jack. 232 Torney. John A. 224 Totem Club. I64 ' Totten, William. 167 Towriet. Joseph. 66 Towson, Jack. 273 Trantum. Isabel. 67 Travis. Francis. 255 Tremblay. Raymond 67, 246. 278 Tremaine, Stewart 263 Tremper, Edward, 251 Tretheway, James 274 Trick, Rose, 67 Troescher. Edna 182 Tropea. Marie, 187 308 fi-opea. Rose, 187. 308 I roth. Harriette 67 294 Trowbridge. William. Troxel. Ruth. 311 Trubshaw. Virginia. 285 Trueblood. Rosemary 288 Trumble. Robert. 67 Trumbull. Allan. 262 Trumbull. Patricia. 290 Trzclnski. Margaret 166. 292 Tsukuno. Kazuo, 67, 315 Tubbs. Elaine. 292 Tucker. Essey. 151 154 166. 192. 302 Tucker. Estelle. 285 Tucker. Katherine. 289 Tungpalan. Silvestre 316 Turay. Norman. 314 Turnbull, Mary, 67 148 184 Turner, Al, 133 Turner, Betty 67 1 12 164, 179 Turner, Dean, 274 Turner, Nell, 67 Turner. Phyllis, 67 319 Turner. Sarah, 195 Tustin. Florence, 285 Tyler, George, 272 Tymstra, Sybren R 94 Uhl, Willis, 95 Ulbrickson, Alvin 163 202. 210, 213 ' Ullin, Woody, 163, 206 Umbleby, Berta, 292 Vadman, Lowell. 268 Vadman. Willard 67 268 Valentine. Rosemary 112. 285 Van Ackeren. Angela 313 ■ Van Arsdale. Ruth 67 162. 164. 290 Vandermay. William 171, 221, 270 Van deWater, Dorothy 295 Vane, Arthur 67 Van Fleet, Elizabeth „ 139, 149, 166, 290 Van Houten, Chester 253 Van Slyke, James, 270 Van Stockum, Ronald 67. 169. 193 Varnell. Virginia 67 299 Varsity Boat Club. 314 Vaschenko. Paul. 234 Vassmer. Bernice 67 186 Vaughn. Chubby. 235 Vaughn. Victor. 277 Vaupell. Leonard 262 Velasco, Victorlo 67 Venable. Virginia ' . 110 Vickery. Jane. 67 Victory. James 67 Viles. Daniel. 262 Vincent, Lucile, 184 Vines, Jean, 313 Vines, Morton, 280 Vinikow, Harold, 280 Vinikow, Sylvia, 67 Vinson, Floyd, 172, 257 Vivian, Audrey, 142 Vivian, Mary Helen 298 Voelker, Richard 214 216, 217 Voellmeck, Joseph, 270 Von de Hellen, June 313 Vradenburg, Gene 155 320 Vynne, Sally, 299 " W ' ' Key Club, 166 Wagenknecht, Edward 88 Wager, Henry, 67, 248 Wagner, Anita li 309 Wagner, Charles 54 67. 100, 170, 214 ' 272 Wahlborg, Karl, 188 VVahlsfrom, Nelson, 120 Waldbjorn, Margaret 186, 311 Waldron. Helen 67 186 Waldo, Janet 127 Waldo, William 270 Walker, Edna. 288 Walker. Frances, 186 Walker, Robert, 229 252 Walker, Shirley, 311 Walkinshaw, Walter 172, 224 Wall. Betty, 108 Wallace, Henry, 255 Wallace, Marjorie 297 Wallace. Velma. 6 ' 7 Walling. Orval. 67 250 Wallmark. Charlotte 67 N D EX — Continued Walsh. Gene. 250 Walters. Betty, 286 Walters. Chet, 267 Walters, Gerald. 280 Walters. Marlon E. 67 Walton. Arthur, 247 Wanamater, 149, 296 Waudell. Marian 122 296 Ward, Jeanlce, 67 161 284, 286 Ward, Margaret 67 292 Ward. Marian. 303 Ward, May Dunn 96 122 Warden, Dorothy 152 29! Warjone. Leslie. 272 Warner. Esther, 67 186 320 Warner, Frant M.. 94 Warner. Polly, 157 Warner, Sidney, 80 Warren. John, 270 Warren. Richard 172 224, 251 Washington, Nat 52 Waskowitz, Fritz 205 , 207. 209. 230, 259 ' Wassard, Theodore 226. 262. 314 ' Wasson, Willette, 186 Waters. David 258 314 Waters, Glenora 187 300 Waters, Lowell 258 WatUns, Robert 67 262 Watson, Walter 167 246. 247 Watt, Richard 63 67 246, 262 Watts, Bill 269 Watts, Jim. 269 Watts, Richard, 272 Waxman, Muriel 152 287 Wayland, Norman 262 Wayne, John, 257 ' Weaver, John, 67, 248 Weaver, Harold, 262 Webb, Mary. 297 Webber, Priscilla, 186 Webbert. Charles 68 259 Wedeberg, Elwood 257 Wedeberg, Frlti, 257 Weber. Beatrice. 68 306, 310 Webster. Lois, 68 Weeks, Kenneth, 68 Weichbrodt. Robert 248 Weick. Frank. 274 Weiner, Virginia 122 297 Weinthorp. Florence 68. 287 Weiss. Ellamay, 68 293 Welch. Bernard, 276 Welch. George, 68, 276 Welch, Imogene 296 Welch, Joe, 272 Welch, Katharine 296 Welch, Ralph, 202 206 Wells. Roy 260 Wells, William, 132 Welts, Barbara 161 299 Welty, Frances, 293 Welty, Mary Jean, 292 Wendrow. Lucille, 132 Wenger, James W., 68 Wenk, Rosemary, 321 Wentworth, Ernestine 187, 310 Wernecke, Claire 38 ' 8, 112. 122. 147 148, 162, 164 187 284, 294 Werner, Arnold, 68, 249 Werner, Ross, 170 Weschenfelder, Ernest 187 Wescott. Robert 226 278 West, Lois 300 West. William, 277 Westergaard, Frances 132 Westfall. Marjorie. 182 Westlund, Barney 261 Westlund, Bud, 75 Westmoreland Ben 135 Weston. Janet, 286 Westover. Barbara Ann 68. 296 Wetmore. Marian, 321 Whaley. Julian. 68 Whealdon, Betty 68 298 Wheat, Harold, 270 Wheatley, John, 273 Wheeler, Flomarle, 301 Wheeler. James. 247 Wheeler, Ray. 68 Whelan, Harold, 68 Whipple. Mary Cella 184 White. Eleanor 297 White, Jack 68 139 161, 169, 258 White. John. 165 170 210, 211, 264. 314 ' White, Lynn, 68. 251 White. Richard. 68 Whltehouse, Bruce, 269 Whitehouse. Clare, 297 Whlteman, Jack 68 263 Whiteside, Ann 318 321 Whltcomb. David, 269 Whltcombe, Eloise 320 Whitfield, Margaret 184. 186, 311 Whitham, Gertrude 68, 304 Whitham, Jane 304 Whlthed. Pete, ' 272 Whiting. Dorothy 301 Whiting. Jack. 259 Whitman, Jack, 246 Whltmore. Edgar 68 180 Whltmore. Edwin 68 257 Whltworth. Don 170 171 Wiatrak. John. 204 Wickstrom, Keith. 188 WIehl, EIroy, 260 Wlenker. Curtis. 68, 169 Wiggins, Betty Jane 297 Wight. Gordon. 264 Wilbur. Glenmore 68 Wilcox. Cotton 202 206 Wilcox, Donald. 247 Wilcox, William, 262 Wiley. Bob, 256 Wiley. Jane. 301 Wilkins, Betty, 302 Wilkins. Leslie, 68, 246 257 Williams. Betty. 112 297 Williams, Corson 68 276 Williams, Charles 68 Williams, Dave, 68, 275 Williams, Donald, 253 Williams. Dorothee, |lliams, Edith. 68. 321 llliams, Gwendolyn 68 llliams, Gwynne, 301 llliams, John, 171 258, 264 llliams. Ken, 247 lllams, Pauline, 311 lliams. Pose. 296 lllams. Sue. 297 lllams. Ward 264 Ills, Frank. 272 lis, Graham, 68, 281 Json. Margaret, 295 llson. Norma, 295 Ison. Forbes. 69 262 314 son. Francis G.. 99 Ison, Hubert. 69 180, 246, 276 ' llson. Margaret. 69. 147. 166, 286, 301 304, 320 llson, Margaret J 154, 155. 195 ' ' Ison, Shirl, 167, 263 ilson, Vaughn, 68 llson. Virginia, 295 llson, William R.. 97 iltamuth, Harris 69 139. 169, 174. 270 ' mberley, George 69. 254 nberg, Andrew Jr 194, 278 indesheim, Karl, 135 indnagle. Dorothy 304 ingate, Jean, 146 166, 294 WIngate. William, 25 1 Winge, Eleanor 139 292 Winge, Marian, 69 Winger, Margaret, 298 Winkenwerder, Hugo 95 Winningham, Joslyn 69. 320 Winston. Warn, 248 Winter. Daniel. 69, 267 Winter, Eleanore, 318 320 Winter, Evelyne. 320 Winters. James. 280 Witter, Doxle, 149 152 166. 292 Wlttman, Joseph. 254 Wohleb, Robert. 264 Wohlers, Evelyn 69 192, 313, 319 Wold, Bronson 249 Wolf, Jack, 262 Wolff. Jean. 69 319 Wolff. Kelnert 126 Wolff, Lionel, 69 Wolfston. Leon, 271 Wong, Jack, 69 Wonn, Robert, 69, 260 Wood, Catherine, 294 Wood, Gertrude 147 149, 293 Wood. Henry, 69, 270 Wood, Howard, 69 Wood, Louise, 301 Wood, Maurice 69 Wood, Melville, 273 Wood, Richard, 69 257 Wood, Robert 69 ' Wood, William, 259 Woodcock, Doris. 286 Woodrow, Charlotte 310 Woods, Otto. 69. 276 Woods, Robert 69 246 281 Woodworth Robert 69. 258 Woolston, Howard R 97 Worthington. Richard 170, 25! Worthley, Jeanne 301 Wright, Charlotte. 121 290 Wright. Mary Louise 288 Wright. Wayne. 258 Wunderllch. Herbert 96 Wyman, Ruth, 184 Xi Sigma Pi, 181 Yandle, Herb, 266 Yantis, Grace Louise 301 Yasul, Tatsuma 315 Y. M. C. A., 193 York, Howard 253 York. John. 69. 314 York. Richard. 69 Yoshlhara. Kenlchi 315 Yost. Marshall. 263 Young. Bernlce. 293 Young, Clara, 186, 290 Young. Esther. 292 Young. Gerald, 251 Young, Harry. 229 Young. Larry, 248 Young, Lucy, 69 Young, Thomas, 248 Youngs. Stan. 258 Y. W. C. A. 192 Zane, Ed. 248 Zednlck. Florence, 304 Zeigen. George 69 250 Zelllck, Anna, 310 Zemeck, Al, 227 Zenor, Violet. 309 Zeta Beta Tau 280 Zeta Psl, 281 Zeta Tau Alpha, 304 Zettel, Richard. 69, 134 Ziegenfuss. George 217. 259 Zllka, James, 257 Zimmerman. Cella, 69 Zimmerman, Robert 254 Zimmerman, William 261 Zlssimatos, Constan- tine, 69 Zohren, Walter. 274 Zorn, Donald. 258 Zostevln, Robert. 264 Zuber, Edward. 193 Zubli. Adoree, 313 Zugehoer. 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