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A-:Nw ,- 1 f. 4 ,J ,iizlllgi L gp ,I it H J WARREN DOOLITTLE, Vice-President Always has time to talk, but his honor student A grades don't show it . . . can truck with the best of them, but watch his delighted expression at concerts . . . amiable . . . skis, swims, and collects stamps when he's not hanging around the Alpha Delt house . . . Beta Alpha Psi, national accounting honorary, Oval Club, and Compass and Chart number him among them. CHARLOTTE WRIGHT, Secretary An ornament anywhere, "Chuck"ghas been a continual secretary ever since high school . . . better than thousands of words, her smile tells her gaiety . . . has made the Wornen's Rally Committee a power on the campus . . . expresses herself in art, skiing, friendliness . . . entertains Alpha Phi sisters with interpretive dancing . . . lithe, charming, "my idea of an all-around college girl." iguat mum Planted by the new constitution, the Student Council and Board of Student Finance grew from the ashes of the Board of Control . . . barely a year old . . . enthusiastic, vigorous groups . . . power enough to make the positions worth intensive campaigns . . . big business of A. S. U. W. handled by the Board of Student Finance, which gives the Student Council an allowance for activities . . . a foothold for student control. BOARD OF STUDENT FINANCE' Director of Athletics, Ray L. Eckmann, Chairman A. S. U. W. President, Mack Koon A. W. S. President, Marylaird Small Representative, Nelson A. Wahlstrom Athletic Representative, Prof. Charles C. May Publications Representative, Prof. Byron Christian Finance Representative, Prof. Carl Dakan STUDENT COUNCIL A. S. U. W. President, Mack Koon Vice-President, Warren Doolittle Secretary, Charlotte Wright A. W. S. President, Marylaird Small Graduate Representative, Charles Howard Senior Class President, james Crick Senior Class Representative, jean Ross V junior Class Representatives, john Evans Ralph Baldwin Sophomore Class President, William Garlick Managerial Council President, Lawrence Newlands Student Council and Board of Student Financ Baldwin, Christian, Crick Dakan, Doolittle, Eckmann Evans, Garlick, Howard Koon, Newlands, Ross Small, Wahlstrom, Wright tflae RAY ECKMANN . . . keen, alert Director of Athletics since May 1, 1936, . . . desertedlthe job of providing sartorial splendor for campus big shots to guide the destinies of University athletics . . . was once a football hero himself, when he was captain of Enoch Bagshaw's Husky eleven in 1921 . . . noted for his enthusiasm as a speechmaker and willingness to listen to numerous student requests. FRED CARLIN . . . bookkeeper, accountant in A. S. U. W. oflice . . . doing the same thing he learned in college . . . worked for a living while in school . . . but managed to be graduated in '36 . . . likes tennis and handball . . . smokes a pipe most of the time . . . too busy for hobbies . . . says to call him "Stooge" for short. EDWIN HILLYER . . . A. S. U. W. athletic tycoon . . . covers both terra firma and the sports setup in huge strides . . . if it's a pipe, it's a bargain . . . "Where's Doris" . . . latest wrinkle caused by Pluvius versus football weather . . . two big interests are his new wife and job. AZALIA SCHROEDER . . . Secretary of A. S. U. W. . . . hails from Idaho . . . worked her way through school . . . went to the University to have a good time, and did . . . no hobbies . . . "All I do is work" . . . but she likes movies and dancing. LYLE GOSS . . . holds reins of assistant managership with a firm grip . . . once rode a horse in the Puyallup races.. . scraped terra firma off his face for days . . . ardent Husky rooter . . . tall and blonde, with a nice smile . . . plays tennis, squash, and warbles very nicely in a tenor voice. VALLEJO FERGUSON a busy Secretary of A. S. U. W .... attended University . . . studied Fine Arts . . . went to business college . . . likes working . . . she's the only dark one in the family, so Dad gave her a Spanish name . . . belongs to Adventure Club . . . interested in many sports. NELSON WAHLSTROM . . . jovial assistant comptroller, and auditor for A.S.U.W. .. . graduate of '25 . . . likes his work . . . member of accounting honorary . . . and honorary member of Oval Club . . . also a member of Student Finance Board . . . plays handball . . . has a hearty laugh . . . a beautiful wife . . . three children. . . and a dog. WILLIAM MONTGOMERY ... Ticket Manager of A. S. U. W .... when not doing that, practices law with his father . . . former A. S. U. W. prexy . . . Oval Club too . . . B. A. and L. A. degrees . . . Law degree in '35 . . . in charge of gate ticket crew . . . likes fishing, hunting, golf, and handball. VIRGINIA MARSHALL ...each day a succession of frantic students-with frantic requests . . . efficiency plus elegance in the line of secretaries . . . twinkling coffee-brown eyes . . . work and plenty of it . . . loves to sail . . . quiet and demure. CLYDE ROBINSON . . . . power behind the A. S. U. W. publications throne . . . snappy dresser who favors bottle green chapeaux . . . ardent piscatorialist . . . inoculated pep in the Daily advertising sales . . . took up sailing . . . batches. J. E. McRAE . . . genial pilot of the Bookstore . . . "an early winter is valuable for our ski salesi' . . . former center under Bagshaw's first football team . . . hunts, fishes and golfs with great zeal . . . boasts a son and daughter at Whitman. CARL KILGORE . . . . Manager of Athletics . . . began his "managing" career as a football manager in college . . . had a regular Horatio Alger rise to present position, beginning as oflice assistant with Associated Students in 1929. M ISS HELEN GORHAM . . . vivacious Manager of A. W. S. . . helps Sally Coed probe the perplexing problems of campus life . . . periodically journeys to New York to select stars for A. W. S. concerts . . . goes in for horseback riding and dancing, often cooks delectable meals for visiting dignitaries . . . loves the "U" atmosphere and as for her girls, she thinks there's "nobody nicer." STUDENT AFFAIRS COMMITTEE Adelphi, Neil Nellis A. S. U. W., Mack Koon A. W. S., Marylaird Small A. W. S. Social Chairman, Betty Buckmaster, Catherine Betts B. A. Council, David Harrah Independent House Council, Roberta Schumann Interfraternity Council, John Phillips Panhellenic, Harriet Holman Phrateres, Catherine Caraher Standards Chairman, Paula Barton Faculty Members, Prof. Edgar M. Draper, Prof. Martha E. Dresslar, Prof. Bryan T. McMinn, Prof. Grant I. Butterbaugh, Miss Mary I. Bash, Miss May Dunn Ward, Dean Herbert T. Condon, Clyde Robinson. Intent calendar staring . . . affected shock- "but our social chairman couldn't have for- gotten to register it!"-and the Committee lines the martyr house president .... "Are girls 'chasing' fellows when they serenade them?', . . . better to do it less often and more smoothly, answers the Committee . . . to use a date for a social function without this group's consent is to steal A. S. U. W. property. Barton, Bash, Betts, Buckmaster, Butterbaugh Caraher, Condon, Draper, Dresslar, Harrah Holman, Koon, Nellis, McMinn, Phillips Robinson, Schumann, Small, Ward hqshawedthelnthewag The Committee plans the large-scale introduction of thousands of Freshmen to the University Morton Lachman, Hawley Atkinson, Eleanor Bird Robert Ferris, Carolyn Colby, Audrey Bullis, Neil Nellis, Nona Fumerton FRESH MAN WEEK COMMITTEE Adviser, Dean Herbert Wunderlich General Chairman, Horace McClure A. W. S. Chairman, Carolyn Colby Assemblies, Edward Black Mixers, John Evans, Audrey Bullis Finances, Robert Ferris Tradic, Hawley Atkinson Barbecue, Neil Nellis Publicity, Morton Lachman Organization Day, Nona Fumerton, Chairman, Edith Herber, Ingrid Flakstad, Mary Jane Blaser, Dorothy Parks, Sue Allen, Janet Upcraft Freshman Tea, Eleanor Bird, Chairman, Beverly Rolin, Betty Brouilette Ambitious job of trying to teach thousands of Freshmen in three days what many Seniors don't know . . . all the words of Alma Mater . . . how to get a magazine from the Library . . . how to withdraw from a course . . . the significance of honoraries . . . where Commerce Hall ends and Philosophy begins . . . "what should I do to become A. W. S. President?" . . . and even how to study. o RALLY COMMITTEE Men's Chairman, Lawrence McIntosh Assistants, Joseph Scharf, Philips Reilly, Douglas Graves, Howard Burke, Harry McGuane, Raymond Seefeldt. WOHl6H,S Chairman, Charlotte Wright Assistants, Sue Allen, Camille Ness, Barbara Ridgeway, Iverne Perry, Kathryn La Gasa. Informal rallies at a rninute's notice . . . women entered the Held for the first time-and brought pom-pons, charm, and new life . . . a "Women Onlyl' section, and a chance to chase out the men- retaliation for hoargenegg . . . color . . mind. The Committee at the Oregon Rally in the Pavilion Cstandingj Curtis Church, Douglas Graves, Joseph Scharf, Raymond Seefeldt, Lawrence McIntosh, Charlotte Wright Cseatedj Barbara Ridgeway, Betty Adams, Camille Ness, Iverne Perry, Sue Allen The Night Before the Indian Attack Brothers ahead of him and brothers behind him, and the Sigma Chi's had a sit-down strike. fleftj Any spectator could have safely bet his shirt on the Sigma Tau Alpha's, because they won First women's prize--Willette Wasson, Velma Alleman, Caroline Van Mason, Luola Shaver, Polly Phelps, Shirley Runnalls. William Barrons and Richard Munger look as though they had the gambling spirit too. Crightj When precise-looking band members break into trucking, it's good news for the cameraman. Cleitj It was nothing more primitive than their gal friends' lipstick that made the Psi U's look so savage. Isn't that ri-ch-h? Crightj Maternal-looking Alpha De1t's: Jack Hart and Rex Anderson. Cieftj The Delta Zeta's float had the same classic beauty that won them First prize the year before-Dorothy Wolf, D Clarinc Knight, Margaret Willson, Bronwen Pratt, Lorraine Peregrine frightj A Masonic Temple view oi the Stanford rally. hue newest STUDENT UNION BUILDING The g1r1s moved out of the Clark Hall dorm1tory and the whole Un1vers1ty moved 1n When the th1rty nine year old vme covered dorm was vacated last year, it was modernized, stream 11ned, re decorated, and there was the long awa1te STUDENT UNION BUILDING Most heard phrase on the Campus durmg 1938 Meet you at the Coffee Shop the Shop s major domo, peppy Lendal Kotchevar, mventmg new sundaes planning dances beammg Pmg pong, card games bull sess1ons 1n full swing in the North Lounge eds and coeds talking 1dly 1n front of the huge fireplace 1n the South Lounge couples trucking, big applmcf at the week end all U partles Upstarrs officials busy 1n the newly 1nsta1led A S U W offices 11nes of people 1n front of the employment oilice Panhellemc, Phrateres, Ade1ph1 Dean of Women s oflice student government all under one roof for the first time A couple of the boys head toward the Student Union Building intent on a bull session to kill afternoon hours Ueftj Looks as though the health club had Just held a luncheon Judging by the number of empty milk bottles just to prove that the A W S lounge is used for something besides committee meetings Crlghtj I m just a llttle Hawaiian g1r1 Patsy Peterson from Honolulu demonstrates how to really swing into it at one of the all U parties in Clark Hall Clefrj In the coffee shop red headed waitresses serve malts to quench that thirsty feelmg frightj Women Only signs were hung out when coeds got together ln the A. W. S. lounge for their first gala Christmas party. Ueftj Card sharks demonstrate the fine points of pinochle while friends kibitz. Crightj It isn t taboo for men and women to study together in the comfortable South Lounge . . . in front of the old-fashioned fireplace they talk over everything from dating to mid-quarters. ibelowl C f 06 Q. 1 LN!! . if 5 1 H I-SH ,. tx Mew . 1 QD ,Q A . 1' Q, ,' l,,' 'uh' nk ' Y dp-E --Q, dl c .LM H J 'iw .-,.-,. ' ' - ' A L YY as iffw W 1 H 5, " , V" 'TQ X8 X: LI H154-G,,'L,,f: Y! L QA ,g7 p'f A is as fi f 3 1 Q all 354,11-lil: BRUHWS CASH IN . VJFFP ---v if 1,4 -'Sim 2 "FL 'Affe- L1 .2 Q53 fha. -B, , 'E ,bl W , Q wg, M..- ,uni SHIRLEY JAMES 2 lleflfjp righfl' movydko "kTUBBY' ,Mixer BARBQRA MECURDY,-Signs. ,noms mpgs, wPuqlielfy JACK KIDD, Welcoming Q ve, E Higldchaad "'Ws." High School Leaders Committee meets on Home Ee steps Jules Cohen, Gus Asplund, Lewis Armstrong, Betty Strain Allan Stranahan, Eleanor Bird, Rose Catherine Earley, Bette Adams Millie Kloepper, Camille Ness, Betty Belle Morrison Dana Ingram, john Favero, Sam Bunker, Betty Mae Iler, Patricia Weeks HIGH SCHOOL LEADERS COMMITTEE General Chairman, Gus Asplund Secretary, Rose Catherine Earley Treasurer, Allan Stranahan Secretarial Assistants, Dana Ingram, Betty Belle Morrison Registration, Betty Mae Iler Girls' Housing, Patricia Weeks Boys' Housing, Jules Cohen Girls' Conference, Patsy Gray Boys' Conference, Lewis Armstrong High School Methods Exchange, Betty Strain Entertainment, Sam Bunker Program, Harriet Morrison Banquet, Bette Adams Meals, John Favero Publicity, Robert Cahen Student Relations, Eleanor Bird Tea, Camille Ness, Millie Kloepper Seventeenth year of Wholesale entertaining by the A. S. U. W .... From 100 different schools, 558 students and advisers came . . . studious interchange of ideas chocolate-coated with glimpses into college living . . .a tour of the campus so thorough that the collegiate leaders had to ask where things were . . . "a never-to-be-forgotten experience," according to one school. Entertaining high school leaders at- A banquet in the commons 1- .3-Q -V ' . 'Nix he - ' ui N ' -5.- all A 7' ,i w,em,1.wu,u...ecvmHaa Student Parties Committee show how it's done Dana Ingram, John Mumma, Beverly Rolin, Harris Emmons STUDENT PARTIES COMMITTEE Women's Chairman, Dana Ingram Assistant, Beverly Rolin Men's Chairman, Harris Emmons Assistant, John Mumma Former A. W. S. Guest Nights on a Wider scale ...lounges the scene for new romances . . . no official introducers needed--they mixed so Well . . . conflict between the old and the new when Clark Hall floors resist Big Applers . . . hundreds of Independents prove you dOI1,t have to be Greek to enjoy trucking. K I use 'qw' MARYLAIRD SMALL, A. W. S. President Disarrning friendliness . . . never tires of spiritual skipping . . . try to find a person whose name she doesn't know . . . brilliant . . . efficient . . . animated . . . do people work so well for her because they feel so appreciated? . . . "Ooh, I think that's just WON-nerful!" KATHERINE "KATE" ROBBINS, Executive Chairman Katherine . . . steady eyes . . . hat-wearer . . . talks with instructors . . . loves philosophy . . . executive . . . Tolo Chairman . . . student . . . would like to give every woman an activity job. "Katel' . . . bobbing curls . . . elfin grin . . . floor-sitter . . . free . . . would like to turn A. W. S. into a baseball league. , ADELE SCHUNKE, Vice-President Serene, capable, friendly . . . always ready when she's needed most . . . cool breeze on excitement's Hushed cheeks . . . enthusiastic about her A. W. S. contacts . . . plays the violin for a hobby and loves concerts and good books . . . unruffled. CAROLYN COLBY, Secrefa ry Blonde and gray-eyed . . . an expert in behind-the-scenes student contacts . . . started her ofncer career at Garfield . . . likes to know faculty members . . . unassuming . . . swims, ice-skates, skis. NONA FUMERTON, Treasurer Bright-eyed . . . diminutive . . . talked her way into being Assistant Varsity Debate Manager . . . buzzes with many activities- and has time to win faculty medals in spite of them . . . upholding the "birds of a feather" idea, she goes with "Kenny," Rhodes Scholarship candidate . . . tiny Nona intends to be a labor union lawyer. Robbins, Schunke, Colby, Fumerton mu ' ' A. W. S. EXECUTIVE COUNCIL Activities, Helen Poe Coed Counsellors, Eleanor Bird Confidential Files, Dorothy Seamans Freshman Standards, Dorothy Parks "It Is Done" Sales, jean Carter Office Manager, Marian Hood Patrons and Patronesses, Bette Adams Point System, Gertrude Anderson Publicity, jean MacLeod Scholarship, Doxie Witter QSpring and Fallj ' Shirley Hawkins QWinterj Scrapbook, Shirley Hawkins QSpring and Fallj Lois Larsen QWinterj Standards, Paula Barton Student Parties, Dana Ingram Social, Betty Buckmaster fSpring and Fallj Catherine Betts CWinterj COUNCIL REPRESENTATIVES A. S. U. W., Charlotte Wright B. A. Vocational Club, Eleanor I-lfC!6fi'ifgf A"t' Faye-Kai, Hide Morimizu High School Leaders' Council, RMatsyfjGrayiQjQZ Home Economics Club, Betty Lytileii Jil, rr'L,,L,wj Independent House Council, Robertalsdlimfinann Mortar Board, Betty Davidson QCD-Mig Panhellenic, Harriet Holman Phrateres, Catherine Caraher Residence Halls, Millie Kloepper Totem Cll1b,AJB3':l'I'ic:QESLlJC .,.f -,nh "W" Key ClQb,cR6se Cjihergne Earley Wo1nen's S p9E"ti'.QC2'Jund3l3 ilgtithgkdahl Y. W. C. A2'iBe6tyxMdi.ichaWlv JJ M fi ,l at all RRI iwL'V'tfpl-'i 'fix Q1 Executive Council Adams, Anderson, Barton, Betts Bird, Buckmaster, Carter, Hawkins Hood, Ingram, Larsen, MacLeod Parks, Poe, Seamans, Witter Council Representatives Caraher, Cowie, Davidson, Earley Ekdahl. Gray, Hoem, Holman Kloepper, Lytle, Meacham, Morimizu Schumann. Wright gift, a job from the . . . ACTIVITY COMMITTEE Chairman, Helen Poe Assistants, Betty Belle Morrison, Barbara McCurdy Standing M embers, Frances Beatty, Margaret Hitchcock, Ruth Norton, Margaret Hopple a cordial greeting and efficient help from the . . . OFFICE MANAGERS Chairman, Marian Hood Assistant, Marjorie Garvin advice from . . . IT IS DONE Chairman, jean Carter Assistant, Dorothy Warden Standing Members, Patricia Hughes, Mary Kathryn Lilygren, Jeanne Harper fun with the . . . SOCIAL COMMITTEE Chairman, Betty Buckrnaster, Catherine Betts Assistants, Camille Ness, Betty Cornelius, Betty Brouillette SUV t.eCF,Q'o ,GCI 'W - A ' A be 5 , . , ,, 1, j Q, A .Q M L ' .I,,. li.--V :mpg ,', V W K 2- 0,1 I 'I 'H A 'K . I M bfsii' G1 .H Activity Committee su" ' ' -l E f V ' Betty Belle Morrison, Helen Poe, Barbara McCurdy K ' ' - , f Oflicer Manager Heads ' f ' Marian Hood and Marjorie Garvin , W. ', I, greet Julienne Broulette, freshman T -' .. ItisDone ' " ' Mary Kathryn Lilyzren, Jean Carter. Dorothy Warden ' " YW f . Jeanne Harper, Patricia Hughes Social Committee I Betty Brouillette, Camille Ness, Betty Cornelius. Betty Bucl-:master O O O friendship with . . . COED COUNSELORS Chairman, Eleanor Bird Assistant, Geraldine Howe dance chaperonage by the . . . PATRONS AN D PATRON ESSES COMMITTEE Chairman, Bette Adams Assistant, Mildred Ives a record of the quality of her work by the . . . CONFIDENTIAL FILES COMMITTEE Chairman, Dorothy Seamans Assistant, Ruth Quigley Standing Members, Alice Wanamaker, Dorothy Hughes, Janet Dunlop, Phyllis Howard, Marjorie Hood, Mary Boyden regulation and 'record of its quantity by the . . . POINT SYSTEM COMMITTEE Chairman, Gertrude Anderson Assistant, Rosemary Stewart Standing Members, Roberta Stitt, Shirley Mills, Frances Lutz, Ingrid Flakstad Emily Hull, Florence Lutz, I Jacqueline Ellsworth, Louisa Jansen, Margaret Swick, Maxine Thomas, Margaret Featherstone if 'ins RH- ww 5 Coed Counselors have Freshmen to tea Jeanne Redlin, Arlene Osthoff, Ruth Ittner. Geraldine Howe. Eleanor Bird Sharlie Sanderson, Marian Cumbo, Virginia Dalton Patrons and Pattanesses Mildred Ives, Bette Adams, and Virginia Alderson plan the list for the next dance Confidential Files Eleanor Bird, Coed Counselors chairman, reports to Janet Dunlop, Dorothy Seamans, Phyllis Howard, Alice Wanamaker Paint System Rosemary Steyvartand Gertrude Anderson check over Virginia Alderson's activities O O O recognition of good grades by the . . . SCHOLARSHIP COMMITTEE Chairman, Doxie Witter Assistant, Betty Jean Willett Standing Members, Josephine Armstrong, Mary Elizabeth Brown, Audrey Gay, Margaret Hitchcock, Beverly Kirkwood, Betty Jane Linney, Josephine Anne Montgomery, Jeanne Moody, Beverly Moore, Ruth Norton, Rose Poitevin, Patricia Riley, Nancy Jean Temple, Muriel Waxman information and campus prominence through the . . . PUBLICITY COMMITTEE Chairman, Jean MacLeod - Assistant, Alice Winger permanent publicity from the . . . SCRAPBOOK COMMITTEE Chairman, Shirley Hawkins Assistant, Lois Larsen -Tx , f- : ,A ,' 1 '- V 1 7- l ' l I l Scholarship Betty Jean Willett and Doxie Witter make decorations for the annual banquet Publicity Jean MacLeod and Alice Winger are responsible for most of what you know about women's activities Scrapbook Shirley Hawkins, Peggy Krumbein, Lois Larsen Mary Jane Allen, Bonnie Brunswick O O O ideas for a fuller campus life from the . .' STAN DARDS COM M ITTEE Chairman, Paula Barton Assistant, Rowena Stubbs A. W. S. President, Marylaird Small Panhellenic President, Harriet Holman Phrateres President, Catherine Caraher Independent House Council President, Roberta Schumann A . W. S. Scholarship Chairman, Doxie Witter, Shirley Hawkins A. S. U. W. Secretary, Charlotte Wright Members at Large, Marian Kent, Millie Kloepper, Betty' Lytle chocolate-coated rules through the . . . FRESH MAN STAN DARDS COMMITTEE Chairman, Dorothy Parks Publicity, Barbara Curran DAILY, Patricia Riley HOUSE, Charlotte Hawes TELEPHONE, Martha Wagner POSTERS, Ernestine Loughridge COLUMNS, Mary Weatherston Social, Mary Lou Burns Entertainment, julienne Broulette Refreshments, Marian Murray Music, Marjorie Laubenhiem Decorations, Gail Davis Administration, Betty Killian Typing, Elaine Mallory. A, lv Acknowledgments, Marian Q Clean-up, Elizabeth Anne Thorripson ii A- -'f-3 ' " P 7 Stamia ds Cammitte TeIep'hOne1 Elayne :Earkgr -' ,- , 1 Mariaxg Kant, Iliiberia Sclgumann5iPau1a Barfon .. 3 'f R tb, 1'd ll, tH Act1v1 fy Chart, Carol Clute- owm L' 235.553 Si,5e.fe'Q31mfZme 0 man Y Q 2. Over three hundred Freshmen coeds crowd Clark Hall to hear Dorothy Parks and other prominent girls talk on dating . Paula Barton, Standards Chairman l, gives first year coeds a tip or two on how to act at Washington N t ian? ate The University is so equipped that not only books help prepare students for their profession . . . babies, living quarters, and food storehouses have actually become a part of this higher learning. Vrop ROWJ I P ' Model drug store in Bagley Hall . but no fountain N wr vice' designed to give pharmacy students the "feel" . . . ll actual sales Jeannette Collier Hertha Willock and Gordon ractice Cottage five completely furnished rooms . . . where ome Economics majors live three weeks learning to be erfect hostesses located Just south of Washington statue . . . Miss Thelma Thorne, Betty Stiegler, Margaret Bidstrup, and Esther Palmer enjoy afternoon tea before the cottage fireplace. IMIDDLE ROWI A Kindergarten in the basement of Lewis Hall . . . held every Friday morning, under the direction of Prof. Dorothy May Tilden . . . Home Economics students observe from the "Sidelines" . . . Billy Reed and Bill Atwell are loading "em in" . . . and Dorothy Hutchinson decides she's had enough. IBOTTOM ROWJ Children's Clinic in the Home Economics building . . . held every Friday morning under the direction of Prof. Jennie Rowntree . . . Home Economics students assist in "weighing in" and examining . . . David Coats is bashful about his weight . . . Belen de Guzman measures him with Mrs. Coats assisting . . . Janet Ellen Johnson enjoys being dressed by her mother and Lilly Hirata. ' ' ' rs 1: - W . . .' 11-in . . . ' , , ' otson examine some of the products. i ' V. s 4 4 . 1 .S 11 V ' 111 111 1 11 11 ,.-M 1 1 11 1111 " H' 11 11 11 111" 11 1 111111 11 11111 1111 111111 1 11 1 11 11 1 1 1 1111 111 11 11 111111111111 W 1 W 1 1 K 1111 H H11 111 11 N 11 11 1111 111 11 111 1 11 1 -1 . 11' 'ff ,ve , b',f" H 11 ,X , 1 11 0" "11 ,wh N V' -nf , T 0 I Gnelhan Cordial . . . dignified . . . scholarly . . . quick to put others at ease . . . that is Lee Paul Sieg, the President of the University. Six years at the University of Iowa as student and graduate student . . . three years professor of physics at Carleton College in Minnesota . . . eighteen years a professor of physics at the University of Iowa . . . two years as a captain in the United States air service during the War, serving in England and France . . . ten years at the University of Pittsburg, First as head of the Physics Department, later as the Dean of the Colleges of Art, Education and the Graduate School . . . such is the record that Dr. Sieg offers as President of the University since l934. Coming West from the East and Middle West, the President was struck by no vast differences 4 , "s,c I-,lf tg, Biggs -fl. E The President is not a cinema fan . . . he does like in colle es and students. The two t "- to read, Dickens being his favorite author . . . g , gn Lg cw ,i 'A U noticed were the better climate and ' QmoreE'd'E1 Qfwvand, "Oh yes, if you'd ask my wife she'd probably ,.-,, lr I. " ' -sh Q R . U typically American student bodyf' afgrrdup made mei ,bell you that I like puzzles-crossword, jig-saw, 5 Y ,, up of fewer European-born studentgikpxrgfftlriildreil ii mathematical problems, any kind. I like to 1 t I , 1 , of Euro ean-born arents. Sb I h"fif'L,Uf'l! search for the answers to thin s.' P P 5 y S K at 2 1 ff ig: lx' J , if 2? 14, we Guardians of the Campus . . Q serve State without compensation . . . superintend all financial affairs of the University . . . elect faculty . . . ultimate authorities in courses of study. VVINLOCK W. MILLER . . . Completing his eighteenth year of service . . . first built Home Econom- ics Hall . . . enlarged campus from eight buildings to sixty buildings . . . chairman of Building and Grounds Committee . . . retired attorney. WERNER A. RUPP . . . administrator of the University endowment lands . . . serves on Building and Grounds group . . . untiring in effort to help board . . . graduate of Whitman .. . from Grays Harbor . . . publisher of Aberdeen World. THOMAS BALMER . . . Chairman of the finance committee . . . Western vice- president and counsel for the Great North- ern Railway . . . graduate of New York University . . . prominent in as a mining and broker. PHILIP D. MacBRIDE . . . Seattle attor- ney . . . graduate of the Universityi of Iowa . . . father was at one time president of Iowa University . . . father of a Rhodes scholar . . . schoolmate of President Seig. ALFRED SHEMANSKI . . . President of the Board of Regents . . . past president of Seatt1e's community fund . . . interested in civic and philan- thropic work . . . head of a large Seattle retail clothing store . . . one of the Board members who lives in Seattle. EDWARD P. RYAN . . . University Lands Committee . . . brings experience of an extensive business interest and judgment to Board . . . mining property executive . . . interested in real estate and insurance. 5 DEAN SHIRLEY COON . . . a typical business man, Dean Coon of the College of Economics and Business firmly believes in training in fundamentals . . . he says, "Students need background, tools, and experience . . . when they get out into the world of business, they are more fit to specialize, if they have a thorough knowledge of fundamentals." DEAN JUDSON F. FALKNOR . . . second year, the Dean of Law School . . . stepped directly from private practice . . . raised standards of the school to a compulsory 2.5 grade average for potential lawyers . . . new esprit de corps developing . . . in his leisure moments travels through bookland . . . is an ardent devotee of the Culbertson system. DEAN CHARLES JOHNSON . . . genial, ki.ndly . . . Dean Johnson of the College of Pharmacy is another who favors training in fundamentals . . . he says, "After they get a good general background, students can form their own theories" . . . believes himself old-fashioned in upraising of children . . . believes in less years for play . . . "parents are prolonging childhood." EEE DEAN EDWARD LAUER . . . affable, hardworking represent Lauer, Dean of University College . . . recognized by the jolly twinkle in his eye . . . will listen to anyone's troubles and urthermore he always has a solution . . . rominent in social service work and Church ctivities . his special like is collecting tamps . . . has obtained a rare and valuable ollection. EAN E. A. LOEW . . . "Electric Power Transmission" . . just off the presses, this book is the pecialty of Dean Loew of the College of ngineering . . . estimate of the cost of ower transmission for the completed oulee Dam for the United States Engineer . . turns to books, travel, playing tennis nd swimming at his Puget Sound summer ome for relaxation. EAN MILNOR ROBERTS . . . widely known for his connection ith the United States Bureau of Mines . . . ternationally recognized last summer . . . votes vacations to hunting, fishing, and ountain climbing in between writing r publication and testing efficiency for ofessional Development . . . on examining ard for engineering colleges in the rthwest. ff! ,, 15,1 nj 1 -:f.:., 4 jfgfif 4 sv' - , .f,,, DEAN FREDERICK PADELFORD . . . dignified, courteous, able . . . Dean Padelford, dean of the graduate school since 1920, is listed in Who's Who in America as author, editor, and translator . . . New England born "Paddie" spent his early summers sailing , . . once took handball seriously, now is a golf fan. DEAN WILLIS UHL . . . Scholarly . . . Dean Uhl of the College of Education confesses that he doesn't read the 80 magazines to which he subscribes. . . hasn't time . . . associate editor of five trade journals . . . including Educational Digest . . . found time to write a book . . . "Personal and Social Adjustment" . . . truly versatile . . . plays his own compositions on the piano. DEAN WINKENWERDER . . . obviously an "outdoor man" . . . once a football and baseball player . . . fond of hiking, movies, and reading . . . intensely interested in the University Arboretum: Meet Dean Winkenwerder of the College of Forestry . . . does not believe in prolonged childhood . . . thinks, "Most parents pamper their children too muchg they keep them playing too longg they don't teach them how to work." uit HENRY A. BURD . . . friendly, congenial, always at one of two places- campus or on his cruiser . . . his is unique among iield courses . . . accompanies anthro- pology students to Indian reservations . . . popular among the faculty members . . . takes them on cruises during summer vacation . . . Director of the Summer School. DEAN NEWHOUSE . . . smiling, sympa- thetic . . . denies any hobbies but he plays handball and tennis quite regularly . . . he wou1dn't admit it, but his main interests in life are his two charm- ing children . . . enjoys position as Registrar because it gives him an opportunity to talk to students. CHARLES W. SMITH . . . educated, tall, and bespectacled . . . for thirty-three years has lent his service to the Library . . . chooses tennis as his main recreation . . . teaching about and writing books occupy a large amount of his time . . innovations at the library this year include the photostatic copying of books and records and the repro- ducing of articles on microfilm. HARRY E. SMITH . . . early bird.. . his day begins every morning at 5 A. M. . . . Director of the Extension Service . . . divides his time between a correspond- ence course and night school . . .has served 55,000 people . . . for relaxation he plays with his pedigreed English bull dog, Bozo. DEAN DAVID THOMSON . . . gracious kindly, and unhurried . . . the head of academic guidance has two characteristic theories -he says, "I believe thatnone should always hear both sides of a question before passing judgment . . . in respect to students, they will play fairly with you if you show that you are playing fairly with them." RAYMOND C. DAVIS . . .interested . . . has gained recognition on the campus with only two years of local service behind him . . . spends idle moments in the world of books . . . Ends most enlight- ening the discovery of new historical or political novels . . . holds position of Comptroller. GF Bleu aplvwneu HERBERT T. CON DON VH -X ,, wut X' www. u ' 1 f i HN V - vi. H. g,gw',w 1 Y. uw 1 iig'iWw"u. - N --Wai , . wx tu um r 1 MAY DUNN WARD considerate, humorous, tactful reading,-W , . . . broad-minded, consistent, efficient . . . ' ' ' 4 ' ' ' 'j'f'j-3' raising Young People and cactus constitute his lists assure on-lockers of her vast knowledge 5 hobbies . . . office window known to students as enjoys brightness and gaiety ' I ' delights in U A l:!.ETi fl resembling a Texas range . . . ambitious secretary Symphony music and legitimate Stage ' ' ' defggrisgiiiii if if of the Board of Regents . . the Dean of Men. . thirty-four years ' HERBERT J. WUNDERLICH . . . debonair, one of the most popular men on the campus . . . owes sity of Idaho and Harvard . . . radio announcing and reporting prepared him well for the position he now fills as Assistant Dean of Men. friendly, energetic . . . education to Univer- ling modern girl as sensible . . . appreciation and under-"1 if VL-Iv ll' Xlxfi 7 standing of people offer good qualifications fcrg,f'af"'., the Dean of Women. MARY l. BASH . . . sparkling eyes, good sport . . . under- standing and compan- ionable . . . confides girls of today are alert, good comrades, and clear-eyed . . . special likes: movies, cooking, clam dig- ging, horseback riding, and basketball games . . . as Asso- ciate Dean of Women, girls describe her as "one hundred per cent." lwieads Mrs. George Umphrey leads Faculty Wives Club this year . . . while her husband of the Romanic Language Department was held up in Spain this year at school's opening, she found time to take over his classes. Intelligent, studious, she gave important suggestions on faculty families. .Qu 1 1,1 !!.,o.x,x, I Q. a - - lwyafaepeauvwnen ei: ' .flied be Mrs. Grondal, Mrs. Magnusson, Mrs. Guberlet Mrs. Mansneld, Philip Magnusson, Edward Magnusson e ii' 'iifi'il?iFfS1f15 a J f- J V X , g l., Magazine articles and one book, Animals of the Seashore, are the contribution of Mrs. John E. Guberlet, whose husband teaches Zoology. Son Lewin is a sophomore at the University now and daughter Florence is a Senior at Roosevelt High. Now President of the Seattle Penwomen, Mrs. Florence Armstrong Grondal, whose husband helps direct forestry studies, has written a book that has been published in two editions as the Music of the Spheres and The Romance of Astrology. She is the mother of two children, Eloise, a graduate of the University, and Philip, who is now attending. Degrees from two colleges and teaching in three led to Mrs. C. Edward Magnusson's CElva Cooper'sJ success as a playwright. The wife of Professor Magnusson of Electrical Engineering, she has published more than twenty plays, has a Phi Bete key, and is Past President of the American Penwomen in Seattle. Son Philip graduated from Electrical Engineering here a year ago . . . with the President's Medal for Scholarship. Son Edward F., though still attending grade school, shows potentialities in the radio and photography field. Norma Bicknell Mansfield, writer of popular children's tales Keeper of the Wolves, Boss of the Ragged O, and M cAIIister's Patrol, also Ends time to contribute to adult iiction magazines, prepare a new tale, and take care of husband "Bob," Journalism professor, and children Peter and Richard. heyacelhe ' On these pages are presented for your study and admiration some samples of faculty children. Believe it or not, and the parents to the contrary, they have been chosen more or less at random and both in pulchritude and intelligence are merely representative of the mine run. Time was, a quarter of a century ago, when Madame Roberts, the gracious mother of Dean Milnor Roberts, used to gather all the faculty children . . . excepting those that were down with measles or whooping- cough . . . for an annual Christmas tree, but that was before the day of mass production. Did these children show wisdom when they chose to arrive in the home of the college professor, rather than the home of the butcher, the baker, or the candle-stick maker? That all depends on your point of view and your scale of values, for being a faculty child has its own assets and liabilities. Just as the minister's son is expected to be amodel of good conduct, so the professor's son . . . or daughter . . . is always in the pedagogical limelight and expected to be a model of intelligence and industry in school. That is a liability. On the other hand, the presumption that the faculty child is heavily loaded with brains will often score a victory for him in the battle for grades, with the discharge of only a few pop-gun pellets. Moreover,-but here I see that the two hundred and fifty words allotted me are almost exhausted, lecture is only begun. For a more exhaustive treatment of the subject, consult any faculty daughter in college, or FREDERICK M. PADELFO RD fTOP ROWII Father Edward Wagenknecht takes honors as "proudest father" for young Robert Edward. Jackie and Joan are the Torney twins, children of Professor John A. Torney of Physical Education. Another set of twins are these'of Dr. Edward Hoedemaker, Lecturer in Psychiatry. They are Fritz on the left and Dave on the right. IMIDDLE ROWII Allen Shinn Jensen is the 1937 baby of Professor and Mrs. Alfred Jensen of Engineering. He was just 5 months old when he looked thus quizzical. Sally and Peter, chubby cherubs of this picture, are the children of Dean Newhouse, Registrar. Richard Gale Guthrie, infant son of Elton F. Guthrie, Sociology instructor, looks on with surprise and self-satisfaction. IBOTTOM ROWII Jack and Jill or John and Jillian are the names of these twins, children of Associate Professor J. Kenneth Pearce. Here's a baby with a really sunny disposition. He is the youngster of the Assistant Dean of Men Herbert Wunderlich family. Anna and Elizabeth Henderson pose with baby brother, William. Children of Professor J. E. Henderson of Physics, the baby is of the newer faculty family members. fheie ' WWW I,TOP ROWJ ' Ralph We-lch, Assistant Football Coach, with son Ralph junior. Young Ralph is a trick collector and he's willing to demonstrate. One of his daughters decided to follow in Dad's footsteps as the only woman major in Engineer- ing. Father is C. E. Wilcox and daughter is Willa. Rosalea defied the family tradition and entered University College this fall. LMIDDLE ROWJ ' Jim Phelan isn't letting any grass grow under young Mike's feet. He's just teaching him to kick the ball around. A prize for every crew win, and father and son Al Ulbrickson have lots of them to think about. Coach "Hee" Edmundson isn't taking any chances. Son James is learning the science of the art of basketball. now. IBOTTOM ROWJ When Walter Welke, University band leader, started something new last year with a girl drum majoress, he had the inspiration of small daughter Jean, who does very well at home. all I,TOP ROW1 Inspired by the shape of a knobby hill, Professor Edwin Guthrie interested other pedagogical friends in forming the community on Knowledge Knoll. His home, from the front, resembles an English thatched cottage. From the rear the ells of a French villa look down over a terraced embankment, in summertime, interesting as jungle garden. , Interior of the home of Walter Isaacs, Director of the School of Art, offers interesting studies with everything in the modern manner. In each room of the house, lighting effects, furniture and archi- tecture follow Professor Isaacs' own concepts of art and include many of his art treasures. , X ,.!.vf'.. 44?- ,. I, 'dsx U" . 'QXN-f 1, n s , ,jg ... Y' R 'ti' ' lx. .P 1 , Charles Smith, Librarian, lives in a house built on shelves. Perched on the edge of Cowen Park, each level of the home opens on a different part of the ravine. In summer each member of the family has a separate floor of his own. IBOTTOM ROWII Resident of Knowledge Knoll, Professor William Wilson, of Psychology, has combined early American architecture with modern comfort in this whitewashed brick and brown weathered wood home. Innovations from English courtyard to blown glass window panes distinguish the home of Psychology Professor Stevenson Smith. Terraces, an outdoor fireplace, a stairway over the garage roof are parts of this Knowledge Knoll residence. 41 I c .lily ae ITOP ROWJ R. W. Jones, journalism and advertising pro- fessor, with his two children, Barbara, graduate Phi Bete student, and Bradley, junior in Uni- versity college. Jean, Betty, and Ruth Coon with their father, Dean S. J. of the college of Economics and Business. jean, a sophomore in University Col- lege, won a scholarship award her first year. Here they are vacationing at Mount Rainier. IMIDDLEJ The passport picture that took the Hayner family through Europe. The children are Sherwood and Marjorie, children of Professor Norman Hayner, sociology instructor of "The Family." l'BOTTOM ROWJ With the largest number of children in his family, Professor Trevor Kincaid of Zoology leads with six. 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IBOTTOM ROWQI Nils Eriksen . . . "You should've seen that slalom." Kenneth Cox . . . returning from a "Y" meeting. SEMINAR WITH THEM! Had at least 45 hours of "A" last year. JACK RALPH BENJAMIN . . . Faculty Medal for highest scholastic record in Sophomore Class . . . one previous medal to his credit . . . goes to dances and shows . . . likes Jack Oakie and Benny Goodman . . . turns out for tennis . . . his life's ambition-to be a good Civil Engineer . . . works at anything he can during the summer. RENE STEPHEN JULIAN . . . Junior Faculty Certificate winner . . . likes photography of any kind . . . not many shows . . . played trumpet in high school for others' enter- tainment . . . plays it now for his own . . . taking Electrical Engineering . . . a second offender for Faculty Certificates. NONA BETH FUMERTON . . . Sophomore Faculty Certificate winner . . . dances, especially waltzes . . . swims . . . goes for jazz . . . likes "Remember Me," no matter who sings .it . . . likes Charles McCarthy because of his witty remarks . . . going to be a labor union lawyer . . . 1935-1936 Freshman Faculty Certificate winner. ROBERT PURDUE . . . Sophomore Faculty Certificate winner . . . shoots anyone who calls him a Phi Bete . . . won Purple Shield Award last year . . . doesn't study much . . . won 1935-1936 Freshman Faculty Certificate. FLORENCE LIBERTY TURBITT . . . Sophomore Faculty Certificate winner . . . won 1935-1936 Freshman Faculty Certificate . . . Phrateres . . . dances, skiis, plays tennis . . . listens to Standard Symphony Hour and One Man's Family . . . Jack's her boy-friend in the latter . . . going in for Pharmacy. NILS ERIKSEN . . . Sophomore Faculty Certificate winner . . . studies "darn near" twelve hours . . . likes any kind of music that's good, including any symphony . . . reads nothing but funnies . . . skis . . . won Faculty Certificate in Freshman year. KENNETH ALLEN COX . . . Faculty Medal for highest scholastic record in Junior Class . . . he's consistent . . . this is his third medal . . . plays tennis and volleyball outside school . . . Regional Chairman for Y. M. C. A. in Washington, Oregon. Idaho . . . studies seven hours a day so he can be a good labor lawyer . . . reads biographies, political commen- taries and detective stories. DOUBLE TROUBLE SHOOTERS Had at least 45 hours of "A" last year, and last year was not the first time. WILLIAM ALBERT DAVIES . . . Junior Faculty' Certicate winner . . . dancing's his only form of recreation . . . doesn't study on week-ends . . 4 going in for Logging Engineering. CHIHIRO KIKUCHI . . . Sophomore Faculty Certificate winner . . . collects match-books , , . goes in for handball and swimming . . . going to be a Physics prof . . . math and chem rank next in line. MARIAN ELIZABETH FOLSOM . . . Junior Faculty Certificate winner . . . goes for.any outdoor sport . . . turns on the radio once every three months-it's Jack Benny . . . Geography major. SHERWIN PARKER AVANN . . . Sophomore Faculty Certificate winner . . . plays football and basketball . . . plays piano by ear . . . likes musical plays, anything but Wild West . . . reads Readers' Digest. HAAKON LINDJORD . . . Sophomore Faculty Certificate winner . . . plays bridge, hikes . . . goes dancing and cinema- viewing . . . dials ,Tack Benny . . . collects coins . . . going into Government Service. BORIS LEAF . . . Sophomore Faculty Certificate winner . . . studied piano for ten years and will go on with it if he gets some spare time . . . plavs tennis if weather's OK . . . studying Organic Chemistry. BARBARA JANE CURRAN . . . 'Freshman Faculty Certificate winner . . . plavs classical music, preferably Debussy's "Clair de Lune," on piano . . . likes Marx Brothers . . . wants any kind of newspaper work. ARTHUR IRRMANN CHALFANT . . . Freshman Faculty Certificate winner . . . once made a model steam engine in his home workshop . . . hikes around Idaho in the summer . . . chooses Mechanical Engineering. FRANCES PEARL DAVIS . . . Sophomore Faculty Certificate winner . . . recuperates from studies by playing PHILIP MAGNUSSON 1937 Presidenfs Medalist IITOP ROWJ Boris Leaf . . . Dorothy Allen . . . William Davies, Irwin Buch, far from music building. resting from a long walk. Mary Layne Robert Hansen . . . Dere teedher, foo on You. EMIDDLE ROWJ EBOTTOM ROW3 . 1 G ' Barbara Curran . . . Stanley Dahl. . . Chihiro Kikuchi . . . going out for a scoop. "D'ja see popeye this morning?" Of matfefs Physlmflcal- Arthur Chalfant . . . Fumio Yagi . . . Kenneth Cox, Marian Folsom, best engineer his raincoat knows. Hi, Professor! Elizabeth Klein, Ronald Henry . . . Frances Davis . . , Ed Cowles . . . That just proves The Da1ly's intellectual. Parlez-vous Francais? . . . She'll teach it. reading about the latest chem discovery. Sherwin Avann . . . Nathan Hall . . . Owen Becker . . . those books aren't wild westerns. "March of the Little R. O. T. C. Soldier." Getting a tip on a dangerous criminal. Haakon Lindjord . . . James Gay . . . William Swiger . . . hiked up into the clouds. won't have to study tonight. "who's playin' that sousaphone?" around the house with the kid sisters . . . with a million dollars, she'd go to France to study French, the better to teach it, my dear. NATHAN ALBERT HALL . . . Sophomore Faculty Certificate winner . . . plays handball . . . goes to football games . . . listens to all radio programs . . . going to work here for advanced degree in Pharmacy. JAMES GAY . . . Freshman Faculty Certificate winner . . has a girl in Ballard . . . good at ice-skating and tennis . . listensto Kate Smith . . . Pre-Law. DOROTHY JEAN ALLEN . . . Sophomore Faculty Certificate winner . . . reads everything from Don Marquis' "Archie Mehitabeln to Will Durant's "Story of Philosophy" . . . walks three or four miles every day . . . going to teach French, Latin, maybe English. - STANLEY MARTIN DAHL , . . Sophomore Faculty Certificate winner . . . dances . . . likes light comedies, radio jazz programs . . . reads funnies . . . majoring in Chemical Engineering. FUMIO YAGI . . . Junior Faculty Certificate winner . . plays ping-pong, basketball, baseball . . . likes just any music . . . especially by Eddie Cantor and Nelson Eddy . . wants to teach math. EDWARD J. COWLES . . . Freshman Faculty Certificate winner . . . interested in history and current events . . . Foster's music billows right out of his accordion . . . taking Chemistry. MARSHALL OWEN BECKER . . . Freshman Faculty Certificate winner . . . likes canoeing . . . member I. M. D. C. of Adelphi . . . treasurer of Adelphi . . . hopes to go into Federal Bureau of Investigation. ., ,-f-,. , tif , ff r-I 'ef L nic -- . ,Az 'il' ' rf. 5 . 1-.,1,:1lV Ht ly WILLIAM FREDRICK SWIGER . . . Sophomore Faculty Certificate winner . . . in fourth crew boat . . . plays sousaphone in band . . . likes tall girls, preferably red-heads . . . will probably teach Civil Engineering. IRWIN BERNARD BERCH . . . Junior Faculty Certificate winner . . . goes to all football games when rainfa11's less than two inches . . . likes Jack Benny . . . wants to follow Organic Chemistry. MARY ELIZABETH LAYNE . . . Junior Faculty Certificate winner . . . used to live on a ranch . . . rides horseback, but can't rope steers . . . makes her own clothes . . . studies stars . . . going into math. ROBERT JOSEPH HANSEN . . . Freshman Faculty Certificate winner . . . turned out for Frosh football and Frosh swimming . . . likes Jack Benny, Fred Allen . . . reads Readers' Digest, Collier's . . . future lies in Civil Engineering. ELIZABETH LILLIAN KLEIN . . . Sophomore Faculty Certificate winner . . . gave up bank job to come back to school after six years away . . . going to teach lit and Journalism. RONALD ANDREW HENRY . . . Junior Faculty Certificate winner . . . eats to live to study . . . carries ten hours outside weekly work . . . rides street cars on Sunday . . . chem major. LOUIS ARRIGONI . . . Junior Faculty Certificate winner . . . too busy for the camera to catch him . . . plays handball, tennis . . . likes all music . . . studies three hours . . . Pharmacy Research for him. DOROTHY LAURETA NELSON . . . Freshman Faculty Certificate winner . . . not in school this year . . . won't talk. t" ' .f-gm il., i.U::Fi:"5-1:1 - 1!:'7.'--,-1w,i-f- ' 1, -lil -A 'I 'll ,-.fri -LI, 1' if-. 1 9. A ' -' ill, ' , ,qi 'Aix In I I 10 During the year 1937-1938 a group of about one-hundred- fifty first year students embarked on a real venture in Freshman education. Officially called the "Intensive Study" students, the campus called them "guinea pigs." The new of the plan was the fact that each quarter they pursued one course intensively with correlated work in English composition and literature-foreign language the first quarter, social science the second, science or mathematics the third. Their pictures may in a Way point to the merit of the project. Their future progress is, of course, the acid test. SEATTLE STUDENTS IN THIS GROUP ARE: Mark Campbell, William Carlisle, Kathleen Copp, Paul Cotton, Marcella Dahl, Patricia Davis, Alice Donahue, Corwin Donnell, Jean Fisher, Jean Hemrich, Jean Hiltner, Jane Horton, Lester Keiter, Marion Lew, Jeanne Moody, Roberta Scott, Harriett Tibbals, Lois Wilson, Fred Fornia, Barbara Anderson, Viva Bennett, Eloise Hargrave, Charlotte Hawes, Helen Helm, Fay Henton, Carolyn Balmer, Marjorie Bye, Doris Adams, Jean Barrett, Lois Buckman, James Burnell, Harold Dial, Elizabeth Elworthy, Anna Gregg, Betty Hawthorne, Nobutaka Ike, Agnes Lee, Eleanor Leede, Marion Lew, Mary Lewis, Dave Logg, Albert Lubberts, Mary McCabe, Wells McCurdy, Robert Means, Helen Mechelsen, Josef Obzina, Alda Pederson, Norma Phinney, Betty Polson, Lee Pratt, Jean Ranyard, Phyllis Reed, Gwendolyn Rion, Pauline Schnoor, Patricia Sheehan, Susan Smith, Kathleen Tue, Margaret Weed, Robert Weston. FROM WESTERN WASHINGTON COME: Charles Arnold, Helen Benedict, Rose Bechtel, May Carlson, Doris Carpenter, Lucille Connick, Elinor Dawes, Patricia Doebbler, Miriam Geiger, Howard Gregg, Stuart Johnston, Jane Markham, Charlotte Stevens, Dorothea Willms, Willys Barden, Venda Callopp, Virginia Hartman, Carl Bergstrom, Charles Blorn, Olga Monson, Lucille Connick, Eva Gorton, Virginia Hamilton, Madora Hicks, Margaret Hoem, Blaine Hopp, C.:,,"' "nr,m1C'f'-. ,-rf ,,,. ,. 7 fed: ' u?il,'f52-VSH5 A fy L. V U , 1534 all i4l'v."i 'VIJi"p1'vg'E9i DEAN EDWARD H. LAUER ' X W I ' I .Asn -e get ff Elizabeth Jensen, Ainar Johnson, Edwin Johnson, Marjorie Kesling, Frances Knight, Fred McHenry Jack McSherry, Justyn Montgomery, Mary Naden Randal Nelson, William Nelson, Warren Parkhurst Gene Pitchford, Lloyd Reprnan, Keith Sherlie, Melvin Tennent. FROM EASTERN WASHINGTON COME: Mary Carroll, John Leavitt, Mary Jane Middleton Theodore Peterson, Ralph Tjarnberg, Maxine Van Brocklin, Patricia Cowan, Donald Davis, Marian Bloomquist, William Hunter John Leavitt, Patricia Riley, Florence Spinner. OUT-OF-STATERS ARE: Logan Barrett, Stanley Howard, Irene Lucas, George Prlenda, Dixon Rauch, Josephine Armstrong, Robert Kovanda, Cloyd Rauch, Grace Shumaker, Anna Walker. 1 1 v 3 if--H X Q . . iii ,,, f-N31 MEN " Eijjlcjiff ni N..i."' CTOP ROWD Prof. Graham Dresslar gives six of his students instructions in a squad meeting. The "Captain," Dean Lauer, with one of his crew, Frances Knight. CMIDDLE ROWJ Mrs. Walters and "Mickey" give advice to one of Dean Lauer's boys. During the recess in the middle of a class four "guinea pigs" take a snack in the Coifee Shop. CBOTTOM ROWD Three "guinea pigs" that are growing wiser with books instead of cabbages. Mrs. Burgess instructing one of the groups in the art of theme writing. .1 K 1 W.V, 'Lf H , .1 V W . -, - fr, ,Q .1 ., .- ,, . i. .-'arm ,tum - v 9 f' 5, ., r um I :" A 48 .f,. 1 I 0,5-4.-I A - . f .-,iv ,ygigq :J finial A 'aQ,., "Tr 'Lyla ',,3 'g ,ggm g, 1 ,gs ' f X 744' 2 UN' In Ep 'i'-. 3' ly' 4,, ., lj .3 fl' I- 4 . 5 , X .nuzvl - gr x 9.lx,xM1, .Nw IND? ,. X .' I FJ' Y nfl. htjhv MAJ. .- -E --. Campbell, McDevitt. Tucker , A A Conner, Bushnell, Berkey 5 w I .ZX 1 , w -- 3 7 ' N. Xl' , I .A w , 1 , X I I ' 13' Q 5 1 x X . 49 .J 'Ln . ,,. .I . a ., J., If Pr- ifilff' . .. .41 f--rs 'I-1-.ns FT ' , , -jntrlz. Y.. - 1K -,i ,, -.. V. ,, I. fc vw ..EJ,. , W' fi r, L4 .f wgqj, Y i ,, ,,. l, ... ...-. ,.-.-- . ., A.-...R V., . -. - .I ,.1fLi'i1 r-H.'t7'j ' J. 'J 54-QFQ Jr if ,.?'fjTQfffs Ha. ...li '-If g'Lf'2iE:fj' Eli7fQ'li'W 'Z Rini.. r1,.,g,g' Zh:--.'a Y. . CITY PANHELLENIC scHoLARsHlP Bos oosuz AWARD Excellent scholarship . . . leadership . . . fine personality . . . activities . . . a combination which won the City Panhellenic Scholarship of S100 . . . awarded to Margaret Bushnell . . . given annually to senior or fifth year student . . . Margaret has won awards as deblater . . . one of the original editors of Perspectives . . . president of the Sports Council . . . A. W. S. Council . . . Mortar Board . . . Totem Club . . . Tau Kappa Alpha . . . Chairman High School Leaders' Conference . . . Sports Banquet . . . Kappa Kappa Gamma. MU PHI EPSILON MEMBER SCHOLARSHIP Membership rolls are searched . . . reveal one woman best qualified . . . chosen for musicianship and need as well as grades . . . A. Louise Conner, senior from Wenatchee, was chosen by faculty and students as most worthy . . . award this year was S50 . . . member Sigma Epsilon Sigma . . . Pi Beta Phi. DELTA DELTA DELTA SCHOLARSHIP Annual scholarship . . . won by Essey Tucker . . . chosen for high scholastic standing . . . activity . . . prominence in student affairs . . . 350 award open to any University girl . . . Essey is member of Mortar Board . . . Totem Club . . . "W" Key . . . Alpha Kappa Delta . . . Campus Christian Council . . . active in A. W. S. . . . has held various oflices in Y. W. C. A. . . Sigma Kappa . . . Established in memory of Bob Doble . . . remembered as outstanding Daily reporter and journalism student . . . awarded for the iirst time this year . . . given by Bob's mother, Mrs. Jim Marshall . . . promising journalist who received it was Robert "Bob" McDevitt . . . finished junior journalism this spring with true finesse . . . home town is Boise, Idaho . . . called by his pals a "textbook journalist" . . . award is S5150 . . . A. W. S. SCHOLARSHIP AWARD Scholarship . . . character . . . promise . . . basis on which faculty and student committee selected Margaret Campbell, economics major, for winner of A. W. S. Scholarship Award this year . . . her name was engraved on scholarship plaque in A. W. S. ofiice . . . lasting symbol of her accomplishments . . . Mortar Board ...TotemClub...Y.W.C.A... Kappa Kappa Gamma . . . MU PHI EPSILON SCHOLARSHIP Senior woman musician . . . not member of honorary . . . awarded S75 . . . selected through tryouts sponsored by Mu Phi Epsilon . . . Jane Berkey . . . celloist in native Spokane . . . also in Meany Hall basement . . . takes part in recitals and plays on concert stage . . . Alpha Xi Delta . . . Q 1 - " '-A' . "1lK'Nx. .""..'pifg. ' 1 . 1 i ' 1 4- ififsi., ' ' ' ' '. ill L V rf, ,ini ,, ' Phi llata Kappa The national scholastic honorary was founded for the purpose of promoting cultural interests and scholarship among college students and graduates. It was initiated at William and Mary College, Virginia, December 5, 17765 the Washington Alpha chapter was chartered in 1914. Membership requirements are evidences of good moral character, cultural interests and a scholarship average minimum of 3.5. President, Dr. William M. Read V Vice-President, Dr. Ralph H. Secretary, Dr. Lurline V. gi ixs Members at large of Executive Com Dr. Francis G. Wilson Professor Arthur N. Lorig .. ffi.'i,3l. ,itil Treasurer, Dr. Vernon A. Mund ' it Q Senator of the United Chapters, Dean Frederick Morgan Padelford ROSTER OF WASHINGTON ALPHA FACULTY Dr. Lee Paul Sieg, Victoria Anderson, John P. Ballantine, Julian D. Barksdale, Mary I, Bash, Maud L. Beal, Arthur S. Beardsley, Allen R. Benham, Bernard Berelson, Joseph Cohen, Kenneth C. Cole, Donald Cornu, Clyde Myron Cramlet, Elizabeth L. Curtis, Grace G. Denny, Harvey B. Densmore, Edgar M. Draper, Edwin H. Eby, Ralph H. Gundlach, Edwin R. Guthrie, Ruth Hale, Amy Violet Hall, Mary E. Haller, joseph B. Harrison, Mercedes Hensley, A. R. Jerbert, Sylvia Finlay Kerrigan, Trevor Kincaid, Edward H. Lauer, Walter B. Little, Arthur N. Lorig, Edward McMahon, Selden C. Menefee, Charles C. More, Vernon A. Mund, Everett J. Nelson, R. H. Nottelmann, Marigale Osborne, Frederick M. Padelford, Ruth E. Pennington, Robert T. Pollard, Francis F. Powers, Melvin Rader, William M. Read, Lurline V. Simpson, Macy M. Skinner, Harry E. Smith, Edwin B. Stevens, Edward N. Stone, Charles R. Strother, David Thomson, Lena L. Tucker, Alvin Ulbrickson, Edwin J. Vickner, Margaret C. Walters, Edward Wagenknecht, Charles E. Weaver, Sophie R. Weinstein, Lois J. Wentworth, Walter B. Whittlesey, Clotilde M. Wilson, Francis G. Wilson, William E. Wilson, William R. Wilson, R. M. Winger, Arthur M. Winslow, Howard B. Woolston, Lawrence J. Zillman. INITIATES OF JUNE, 1937 Bert Leo Anshutz, Barbara Jane Barhek, Frances Eclair Barton, Kathryn Eleanor Benson, William Bellows Bevis, Georgeanne Robertson-Caughlan, Emery Engle Colkett, Phyllis Ann Dearborn, Minnie Ruth DeShazo, Albert Byron Ela, Virginia Mayree Fairfax, Lynd Louis Foltz, Elizabeth Grier, Donald Arvid Gustafson, Gundlach, Lorig Mund, Read Simpson, Wilson Virginia Ellen Haggerty, Dorothy Myrtle Hamre, Helen Haupt, Andrew Reuben Hilen, Helen Hitchcock, Dora Hunt, Hazel Isabel Jamieson, Ruth Helen Johnson, Barbara Alice Jones, Helen Isabel Knott, Walter Vitali Kolosoff, Arthur Allen Lumsdaine, Alice Burclett Mason McPhee, Robert Porter Mayo, James Moceri, Michito Morita, Max Rene Nicolai, Juliana Alma Nylund, Ida Reidunn Olson, Ruby Amelia Osterman, Miriam Louise Peck, Evert Rodenhouse, james Pete Salvini, George Lewis Schmidt, Donna ' Jean Seaman, Charles Stuart Sheldon. Alfred Irvin Shopera, Donald George Simpson, Benjamin Franklin Smith, Stanley Carl Soderland, Opal Ella Swanberg, Nancy Jane Swanland, Evelyn Louise Thostesen, Virginia Elizabeth Varnell, Esther Josephine Walters, Richard Frye Watt, Florence Avis Weinthrop, Glenmore A. Wilbur, Willa Louise Woods, Richard Merle Zettel. I Xl With "What Is New?" its watchword, the society aims to bring members interested in any kind of scientific research into closer contact and thereby to further a better understanding and appreciation of research work going on at the University . . . founded nationally at Cornell in 1886, locally in 1907. President, B. L. Grondal Vice-President, A. V. Eastman Secretary, D. I-I. Loughridge Treasurer, T. S. Jacobsen Recorder, G. R. Shuck FULL MEMBERS R. P. Ahlquist, J. L. Alexander, H. K. Benson, W. L. Beuschlein, Kelshaw Bonham, J. W. Bouknight, H. L. Brakel, Horace Campbell, g-,...:-:Lf-, A. F. Carpenter, P. E. Church, H. A. Coombs, C. R. Corey, J. A. 4, Craig, C, M. Cramlet, E. H. Dahlgren, Joseph Daniels, F. A. lg Cv' jf.. .T R1 - fl RQ .0 .q .4.. Davidson, W. M. Dehn, J. M. Dille, L. R. Donaldson, H. A. Dunlop, 'Tb' N Y August Dvorak, A. V. Eastman. F. S. Eastman, E. O. Eastwood, h V, ng, Lgeiis R. H. G. Edmonds, W. E. Elwell, E. A. Esper, Claire Evans, F. B. ll3"5'lQJ,.:. T Lg,?:gg2eE-?3E:rgg?en Ferqhhereeh, Louis Fischer, F. F. Fish, T. c. Frye, R. E. Fuller, 'Y P J' 9'vw"1P Shuhk M. R. oeer, F. J. Geearieh, Julie E. Goodsell, G. E. Goodspeed, A lil hftgj., ' -',' 'ti' UF.. , '-'Qi' R. P. Graham, B. L. Grondal, J. E. Guberlet, R. H, Gundlach, Erna 1,5 Gunther, E. R. Guthrie, Dr. D. C. Hall, C. W. Harris, M. H. Hatch, G. E. Hawthorn, J. E. Henderson, B. S. Henry, Dora P. Henry, G. L. Hoard, Rachel E. Hoffstadt, G. P. Horton, J. W. Hotson, Melville Jacobs, T. S. Jacobsen, Alfred Jensen, A. R. Jerbert, C. W. Johnson, Trevor Kinkaid, F. K. Kirsten, K. A. Kobe, H. A. Langenhan, E. A. Loew, D. H. Loughridge, L. H. McFarlan, B. T. McMinn, J. H. Mackin, C. E. Magnusson, A. E. Markham, H. H. Martin, A. L. Miller, C. E. Miller, R. C. Miller, R. J. Minshall, C. C. More, R. E. Moritz, Hermance Mullemeister, L. I. Neikirk, E. R. Norris, F. A. Osborn, I. A. Pearl, S. G. Powell, Eflie I. Raitt, V. F. Ray, G. B. Rigg, L. W. Rising, Milnor Roberts, R. E. Robinson, G. A. Rounsefell, Jennie I. Rowntree, M. B. Schaefer, E. A. Schuchard, G. R. Shuck, L, P. Sieg, V. Siverts, G. McPhail Smith, G. S. Smith, Stevenson Smith. 0. W. Swainson, H. V. Tartar, T. G. Thompson, R. G. Tyler, S. R. Tymstra, C. L. Utterback, Richard Van Cleve, R. B. Van Horn, F. M. Wamer, C. E. Weaver, E. R. Wilcox, E. A. Williams, G. S. Wilson, Hewitt Wilson, W. R. Wilson, R. M. Winger, Hugo Winkenwerder, A. M. Winslow, J. L. Worcester, F. A. Zeusler. A1-.rs-1 ,,,- .- :f.,n,.-.- MEMBERS T A You Q., A .ll -if H. E. Aldridge, W. J. Allyn, S. P. Avann, Kathryn E. Begqe,qh,Q1-ii 'L. Bethel, R. D. Cadle, W. R. Chandler, w. A. Davies, T. F. Doumani, Esther Duchow, H. S. Fisher, Martha RTFlahaut, Gertrude Fleming, Cecil Friedman ,J. M. Gaffney, W. B. Garn, H. J. Garretson, E. G. Geutte, W. H. Goss, D. M. Gowdey, V. C. Hallin, B. L. Havens, E. J. Hellund, M. O. rg 1 ,.erv'.:r1 Hendrickson, A. O. Jarvi, P. B. Johnson, F. G. Jonelis, C. S. Kambe, J. L. Kask, Chihiro Kikuchi, J. S. Kiser, Cameron Knox, G. G. Kubo, C. B. Lee, R. E. Lindblom, Leslie Lowen, H. F. Mader Jr., W. H. Naylor, W, W. Newschwander, A. C. Ogden, Marigale Osborne, Ruby Osterman, Violet Ostroff, M. J. Pearl, Archie Penick W. G. Peterson, J. A. Quense, H. E. Raskov, R. E. Reitmeier, J. O. Roberts, F. W. Ross, S. M. Rubens, E. E. Schenck, R. E. Silver, F. C. Smith, H. R, Spedden Jr., W. C. Spiller, D. E. Stuntz, L. A. Swain, A. C. Thrupp, F. M. Treliinger, L. E. West, Marjorie E. Westfall, J. P. Wheatley. Margaret Winger, Rudolf Zane. tk, ,ji 't , " -: V-f. of 151: , -1.5: ,, .,, . U3 firm, if -fy GQFH5 r,..!F 'mfs frnifrta- . fa ' .un -ij: fail..-P .E f ., - 11'!-Sfw .1 ,F . iii?-.jf 4. I 1 ' I ' ' ' . A: . In ,. we ,.,,i. , -y - t.-'- 4 ,V i Tau Beta Pi Confers distinction upon engineering students and aulmni . . . scholarship and attainment the basis of selection . . . founded in 1885 at Lehigh University . . . Washington Alpha chapter organized in 1912. - President, Ernest J. Gentle Vice-President, Byron L. Havens Secretary, Ray A. McDonald Treasurer, Taft Toribara Faculty Advisers, Dean F. A. Loew, E. L. Beuschlein, Byron T. McMinn, Charles C. More, Frank M. Warner FACULTY MEMBERS W. L. Beuschlein, Robert Q. Brown, Lyall B. Cochran, Joseph Daniels, E. A. Eastman, Everett O. Eastwood, R. H. G. Edmonds, Ernest D. Engel, F. Burt Farquharson, George L. Hoard, Alfred Jensen, Frederick K. Kirsten, Kenneth A. Kobe, Roy E. Lindblom, Walter B. Little, E. A. Loew, Donald H. Loughridge, C. Edward Magnusson, Charles C. May, Bryan T. McMinn, Alfred L. Miller, Charles C. More, Fred H. Rhodes, Gilbert S. Schaller, Frederick C. Smith, Sybren R. Tymstra, Richard G. Tyler, Robert E. Van Horn, Frank Warner, E. R. Wilcox, George S. Wilson, A. M. Winslow. MEMBERS Thomas Babshonik, William Carlson, James Cordiner, Byron Evans, Ernest Gentle, Dwight Gowdey, Byron Havens, Albert Jarvi, Reene Julian, David D. LeGrand, Richard Linkletter, Ray MacDonald, Adrian Pauw, Milton Pierce, Dale Sheckels, Charles Spengler, Taft Toribara, Charles Wagner, Daniel Weeks, james Whitman. PLEDGES Kenneth Barkey, Jack Benjamin, Horace Bethel, Jules Cohen, Stanley Martin Dahl, Wary Garn, Phillip Gannon, Robert Hage, Hans Koski, Warren Kraft, Giro Kubo, W. P. Litte, Max Parker, Arthur Schacht, Anton Viltone, John Paul Wheatley. N . Gentle, Havens McDonald, Toribara igma Ep ilon igma Furthering interest in scholarsvhip . . . awarding recognition to girls with high scholastic standing-the twofold purpose of Sigma Epsilon Sigma . . . honorary for sophomore girls . . . 12 hours a quarter and a 3.5 grade average are requisites for membership. President, Phoebe Harris Vice-President, Phyllis Howard Secretary Jeanne Le Grand I , . The books are in the library T1'f"aSUfe13 .luhamafy Ham 7 . . . the bull sessions are . . . 5' 'git-'H , a' - . Hzstorran, Brownie Ann Black 'C 111 the Commons . . . - - 1.-so-r af . . AW 'ig riff ' greater ma jonty choose the r e ly? form-er method . . . Mortar Board fff"ffL"':17ii51'i 2 emblem certifies that MEMBERS Virginia Berg, Brownie Ann Black, Martha Bliss, Priscilla Brown, Martha Bundy, Margaret Caskin, Alice Codling, Jean Coon, Barbara Curren, Georgia Curren, Margaret Duffy, Catharine Eliot, Elizabeth Eshom, Lola Fisher, Ingrid Flakstad, Lucille Foley, Juliamary Ham, Katherine Harlow, Jeanne Harper, Phoebe Harris, Margaret Harrison, Phyllis Howard, Laurraine Hunt, Amy Kaminishi, Margaret Kretchmer, Mary Langs, Jeanne Le Grand, Betty Belle Morrison, Dorothy Morrow, Margaret Newell, Margaret Phelan, Janice Roach, Juliet Rudolph, Norine Settergren, Kathleen Singleton, Charlotte Smith, Genevieve Strandberg, Marie Tropea, Janet Upcraft, Florence Waugh, Muriel Waxman, Patricia Weeks, Mae Belle Wellman, Frances Wetterlind, Betty Willet, Margaret Willock. relaxation in small quantities does no harm to grades. However . . . where were YOU at ten a. m.? 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I i ,A QHLJWYKY 25 3, "Q, 'ww ' 1' da his QT DUI I ,Yi U C 51"-PY.Q.'lA 7:15 H3 .li ltpwfm fywl, ,V o o o o 0 o Q J.ilqg'xfJif mf ".- m.-, -i' GEORGE LEIS . . . they know him as the canoe man . . . and remember him. Always cupid's helper, the First live years of his twenty-five on the campus were as mail carrier. 1 GEORGE POCOCK . . . they know him for the winning shells he turns out . . . from coast to coast. A "sweep the Hudson" campaign wouldn't be the same Without him. GEORGE BAILEY . . . they know him for the chimes . . . at 7:50 . . . at noon . . . at 5 . . . he knows bells, arrangements, and pleasantly welcomes visitors to the tower. X r x 1 . 4 X A f kiw Q I I I 1 ' 1 w w if unity Bale Northern lights gleaming down on starry-eyed girls dancing with men in their stiff-shirted tuxes . . . The entire Trianon ballroom hung with realistic "icicles" . . . Center Case playing trucking music for exuberant "Big App1ers" . . . Everybody looking a bit unreal under the blue lights . . . the dancers clapping as activity men are pledged to Oval Club . . .programs made like igloos dangling from the arms of orchid-bedecked girls . . . the First formal of the year is a bigger success than ever before. Vince North grins 5 happily as girl-friend M . Mary Murray accepts his invitation to the all-important Varsity Ball. Like hundreds of other Washing- tonians Vince calls early, makes sure of his date . . . The day of the dance, both eds and coeds spend hours of preparation so that everything will be "smooth." 3 :30-Afternoon classes over. 5 :OO-A pressed dress, and flowers to go with it. 7 :00-Almost ready. ui" ,Tj . lg 11' ', :g'?C,. K S vi V, L. s, , l 1 7 " ' 8:30-"Are you sure, "W W now, that you have the tickets?" I' il,r,,E pix, X- ie xx Chairman, Len Lewis Barbara Horrocks COMMITTEE Len Lewis, General Chairman james Fogarty, Assistant Barbara Horrocks, Executive Secretary Kaye Kennedy, Assistant Edward Black, Publicity Arthur Bateman, Decorations John Hannum, Entertainment Rose Williams, Patrons and Patranesses Raymond Seefeldt, Arrangements Robert Foster, Novelties Ralph Baldwin, Davenparts Billy Parker, Refreshments Don Hillman, Programs Betty Lou Grant, Invitations 59 M, . Get" 2Ji"'4'ff.i::: .1714- 651,55 Qi? lL'l"'v'?i3 ' Q53 fiat? ,7'nH f-.J-5.1! V ,. ig"-lib T " Qi l il V "'l'tLfi'U Y ,aftgfh Excited, giggling coeds calling for their dates at fraternity houses . . . pinning boutonnieres in the lapels of the lucky men who rated Tolo dates . . . paying for their cigarettes . . . helping them with their coats . . . at the dance over one thousand couples trucked, and danced to the swing music of Archie Loveland, Ted Sternoff, and Center Case . . the biggest crowd ever to attend the traditional Mortar Board ball . . . the first time the dance was broadcast and the Erst time three ballrooms were used. COMMITTEE Kate Robbins, General Chairman Marjorie Shields, Betty Meacham and Marylaird Small, Publicity Margaret Campbell and Edyth Freeman, Tickets and Programs Essey Tucker and Marylaird Small, Posters Harriet Holman, Entertainment Peggy Arneson and Helen Poe, House Dinners Elsie Bucl-:man and Adele Schunke, Patrons and Patronesses Margery Robinson and Eleanor Mankey, Mortar Board Dinner Alice Ogden. Correspondence Chairman, Kate Robbins ITOP ROWJ "Fifi" dances with "her" Tolo date Doug Ebersole . . . just a couple of Pi K. A.'s who decided to go to Tolo or else! Plenty shocked were other Toloites when Fred Payne Cdressed like a girl, wig 'n allj lit a big black stogie in the middle of the dance Floor. Seven little flower-bedecked, worried-looking Coeds line up before the check room counter . . . all part of the "turn-about" night tactics . . . with the girls taking care of their dates' wraps for a change. IMIDDLE ROWII Shame on them . . . off in a quiet corner Sally Dyar and Duncan McLauchlan break into an intricate "Big Apple" step while Libby Spencer and Doug Anderson practice the "Shag" . . . and at the dignified Tolo dance too! . . . just before they start 05 for the only dance of the year when the woman foots the bill . . . Doris Carpenter pins a bushy-looking corsage on Skid Hansen's lapel. IBOTTOM ROWI "Look who I traded the sixth dance withf' beams Peter Pruitt as she and her Tolo date, Russell McClure, sit one out in the lounge of the Olympic Hotel. Bob Mason and Eleanor O'Shea being interviewed over the mike by Nick Porozoff as Mortar Board's gala Tolo night is broadcast over the air waves . . . typical shot of the Spanish Ballroom as 1,000 couples dance to syncopated "swing" . . . w e QS ii- K N4 42 .' .::'1' I 'ala'-sxx. r Q. X' .ia - - u 7 ' ' ' Q L. c. . 'INV- ,,. .iw '. g. W . , The handcar and water tower that dominated decorations at the engineer's informal, 0 I 7 The "wreck of the old '97" was the highlight of the Engineer's "Casey Jones" informal held February 4, in the Senator ballroom. Programs were miniature overalls, denim and complete with red bandana. The "order of operations" on a blueprint held the dance schedule. Co-chairmen Wesley Faurot, Robert Foster, and Warren Philbrick were aided by station master Duke Aronow, construction superintendent Roy Crawford, director of public relations Harry Horrowitz, ticket agent James Lambrecht, and l patrons and patronesses Ccaboose warmersj were invited by if 'Y Willa Wilcox. 4 Foster, Faurot Philbrick 'Pfam n Everyone was there . . . the Mermaid, Mr. Salmon, Mr. Ocupi. . . . they all lined up against the wall and became husky football men, delicate campus sweethearts, and leading campus executives in the . form of caricatures . . . gliding along a green , tinted Hoof giving the effect of ocean deeps, campus mermaids and mermen left exotic melodies March 4, to learn the quiet, smooth, undulating rhythm of under-sea animals . . . even King Neptune and his Court were welcomed with open arms at the Junior Prom formal. General Chairman, Bill Kirschner Decorations, Lewis Armstrong X General Secretary, Rose Williams Secretary, Dorothy Seamans , Kirschner, Armstrong, Williams, Seamans 61 O " ,M 5 w 1' ii, . f W .1 ,E f Aa, ' ' -3 fr 2 in ll - ea as , ' 5pact.sP1mm Gus Asplund Store dummies, clothes horses, and spring were the order of the day at the Spring Sports prom, at the Civic auditorium May 13. Following the idea of a promenade, decorations were flowery backgrounds for fashion models. General chairman for the dance was Gus Asplund. Oval Club held its semi-annual pledging during intermission. A op Ji. f ,o , 1 in - f M168 Replacing the spring formal, Cadet ball, the Army-Navy ball united the traditional enemies of Scabbard and Blade and Compass and Chart. The mule and goat of West Point and Annapolis fame provided the theme for the dance which was held at the Civic auditorium, Friday evening, April 29. Co-chairmen were appointed from the two honoraries with Haydn Hilling and Wesley Faurot as general chairmen, assisted by Dennis Potratz and John Kaye, with Betty Davis as general secretary. Donald Scavotto and Robert Ferris acted as business managers. Other chairmen were Roy Yockey, Henry Guth, Edward Brighton, Hugh Hotson, Rupert Hawley, Robert Hage, ,Tames Lambrecht, Jerald Culhane, David Norton, Robert Hilpert, Lincoln Letterman, and Wallace Atkinson, Secretaries of the committees were Gail Collman, Josephine Richardson, Virginia Hamilton, Elaine Lindrnan Dorothy Parks, and Dorothy Mitchell. Style promenade on the campus . . . Horace Morrison, Dorothea Dean, Roy Dinwiddie, and Harriet Morrison give a preview of smart spring clothes the afternoon before the Sports Prom. -: rw :nfs A 1 Wnzfy i ' l- f fri '11 Elf. gl Haydn Hilling, Colonel McAnder, and Wes Faurot at Fort Lewis. Colonel McAnder, newly-returned with the 15th infantry from China. was a guest at the Army-Navy Ball. Fred McFarland and John Rosenkranz escort Barbara Nordby and Kathleen Butler into the ballroom as Fred Colbert and john Evans take their tickets. Bettylee Brown and "Putt" Middleton arrive in the Spanish ballroom foyer for the "third sweep of a clean sweep" dance. Maxine Casey watches General Chairman Warren Philbrick pin on Janet MacDonald's corsage. My Baatlllul Dance Program-favors individually styled by Fred Colbert after the rudder of a shell . . . the Spanish ballroom the scene for giving the special attractions, which were complete with metal strips and bars . . . another successful all- University dance. Chairman, Warren Philbrick Publicity, john Evans Decorations, Charles Applegate Tickets, john White WUB Hopefuls cramming in huge quantities of Huffy golden waffles slathered with butter and dripping with syrup . . . Bill Eldridge stows away twenty big ones to win the title of Waffle King of 1938. . . all the periods of the American dance represented at the live hostess houses. COMMITTEE Marguerite Anderson, general chairman: Phyllis Howard, assistantg Rose Catherine Earley and Dorothy Johnson, decorations: Ernestine Duncan and Jerry Howe, hosts and hostessesg Betty Jane Carl and Marion Clarke, tickets: Sue Allen, Janet Upcraft and Jane Forde, publicity: Cay Betts and Ruth Baten, servingg Elizabeth Bannister and Edith Herber, cashiersg Dorothy Wolfe and Grace Croucher, invitations: Jackie Kalushe and Dorothy Seamans, entertainment: Jo McColl and Charlotte Woodrow, arrangements: Lucille Glahe and Ann Lewis, transportationg Betty Gibbs and Cecily Forbes, cleanup. Vincent Egbert illustrates "So Big" with another bite of waffle while Munro Pineo, Rose Williams, Jim Van Slyke, and Bill Bowden have a hard time believing their eyes. Down on the farm at the Chi O house, Elaine Brophy, Peggy Fraser, Margaret Miller and Pat Spies get together while Farmerette Dorothy Olsen serves up a hot waFHc. H uw , mmg-,EU 4 u I ,. wa- if H 'J Gvvjirll N uw H Q H uw H un uw uw ' MPX 'u . ' 1 NW .V YL V 1 Y Wy. H ,A f. ,Q it, me 1- Dim ' JK q . cf? Lal, ie In a swank penthouse apartment atop the Hotel Edmond Meany, a flickering hope grew brighter as a handful of hard-working drama students put on exclusive theatre performances and dreamed of the time when they could have a theatre of their own. That was in 1932, when the penthouse belonged to Mr. and Mrs. professional performances are given. T. F. Murphy. The apartment seated only hfty people and nces were sporadic, a bit hectic. Finally, in 1935 the drama nent acquired the present Penthouse . . . the only theatre of its kind in the world . . . a sophisticated placewhere true SPRING DANCE THE BRIDE THE SUN SHINES ON Refined skulduggery and a good deal of Whimsy, touched off with a Yale accent made "Spring Dance" another Penthouse success. The efforts of four well-meaning college roommates to bring back Sam Thatcher, played by Tom Potts, to Alex Benson, played by Janet Waldo, were the center of the iireworks. Jack Finch almost walked off with all the honors with his hilarious performance of the typical Joe College. THREE MEN ON A HORSE The story of "Oiwin," a woim who toined from a greeting card verse writer to a racetrack dopester, opened the fall season at the Penthouse. In the outstanding comedy role of Oiwin, jack Finch started the series of hits which followed during the year. Second honors went to Betty Hofmann as a gangster's moll, who headed a topliight supporting cast. THE LAST OF MRS. CHEYNEY When a beautiful and sophisticated jewel-thief goes to work on the British nobility, things happen. The "Last of Mrs. Cheyney," in which Marjorie MacGregor played the lead, added to the Penthouse players' reputation for sparkling comedy. Suave as always, Robert Gray headed a supporting cast in which Charles Diets as the Butler gave a show-stealing performance. An elopement with a playboy musician on the night of her wedding to another man formed the climax of another pace-making Penthouse comedy. Newcomer Mary Davenport was the lead as Psyche Marbury, the harrassed bride. Joseph Brotherton as the musician, turned out to be "Mr. Rightfl Perfect foil for the madcap couple was Betty Buckrnaster as Mrs. Marbury, who dithered in a matronly and inimitable fashion and peppered the action with some of its best wisecracks. FIRST LADY Tea-time politics in the national capitol, and a phony Presidential boom that turned into the real thing kept "First Lady" for six weeks at the Penthouse. Urbane Elsie Cooper Karo returned to the theater for this performance, and was largely responsible for the brilliance and suavity of the production. Good in a lesser role was Gertrude Kinnell, whose zestful lines heightened the farcical situations. The Last of Mrs Cheyney, The Brlde the Sun Sl-nnes On ,,?"T'f?-.4113 Hdfffi' 'Y' -TWH '15 Sm' jj f Q H M ,UI M Z' L ..!'z'TP fi' X ' vis 1Nx 0-s ,gf ' ,nn jf., gil, A 5 '12 . 'su . ww 'mm LITTLE WOMEN" An adaptation of Louisa M. A1cott's beloved heartwrencher, "Little Women," opened the season at the Studio theater. In the lead was Beth Loeffler as the exuberant tomboy, Jo. Laura McClure played Meg, and the unconsciously funny Amy, youngest sister of the famous four, was played by Gladys Wellhauser. Called to Hollywood in the midst of the p1ay's run, Jane Patton was replaced by Janet Waldo in the role of Beth. "A WOMAN OF NO IMPORTANCE" In the striking Georgian atmosphere of the redecorated Studio, a competent cast of veterans presented Oscar Wilde's melodrama,"A Woman of No Importance." Representing the effete British aristoc- racy during Queen Victoria's time, Robert Gray had the male lead. Opposite him in a difficult role was Patricia Smith as Mrs. Arbuthnot. Backbone of the play, embroidered with Wildian epigrams, was the struggle between the two for control of Gerald, Mrs. Arbuthnot's son, played by Niles Kelley. "TWELFTH NIGHT" Following a wave of sentiment and sensibility came the refreshing foolery of Shakespeare's "Twelfth Night." Out- standing in the priceless comedy spot as Sir Toby Belch was Tom Potts, who CBELOWD "Little Women" "A Woman of No Importance CAT RIGHTJ "Twelfth Night" "Outward Bound" "The Bourgeois Gentleman' GK stepped from a series of romantic roles to straight slapstick. His foil, Sir Andrew Aguecheek, was played by Dean Goodman. In the straight roles were Elizabeth Van Fleet as Olivia and Dorothy johnson as Viola. UOUTWARD BOUND" "Outward Bound," a modern drama, was given after the Shakespearean comedy by the Studio players. The action took place on board a ship, manned by dead people, which plied between this world and the next. In the fanciful role of the . drunkard was Ralph Lewis, whose performance earned top honors. Other leading characters were Ann, played by Laura McClure, and Henry, played by Eugene Elliott, as the young couple who committed suicide and were later revived after their journey aboard the strange ship. THE BOURGEOIS GENTLEMAN" Specializing in historical comedies, the Studio cast gave a rollicking version of Moliere's famous satire, "The Bourgeois Gentleman." As M. Jourdain, Charles Trainor was excellent as the newly-rich, seventeenth-century Frenchman whose efforts to appear cultured made a fool of him in the eyes of his family and servants who did a lot of fooling themselves. Other leading -roles were those of Ellen Miller, as Mme. Jourdain, Mimi Lilygren ads-ll.ucile, and Andrew Winberg as ..'7'f fir- -.J nf-:lg 7 fl in ,ig-Z1Gl6EQnte. 1, .151 5,-Alai C f. . ,. I QP' 1 .WH .53 X "il l A nw i i:.,'iM:Ly4fgf HQ. fb' Jil lffllf if Q27 at H 1, -lip 1 ,E ...V two-My 1. f - VF. An old-fashioned Snow-White . . . but where are the Seven Dwarfs? Alice in Wonderland on strings . . . a stage full of puppets dressed like characters out of century-old fairy tales, dance about to the delight of an audience of small children. This year the puppet class staged three shows . . . "Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs," and "Golden Geese" both done in the old Punch and Judy manner, and "Alice in Wonderland," Marionette style . . . The puppet class under the direction of Irene Phillips made the puppets and their dainty costumes, then staged the shows, mostly at public schools for the benefit of very young, very entranced audiences. Fireplace? chairs? furniture? When scenery or props are needed at the Studio or the Penthouse theatres, the stage construction sections meeting under the Meany hall stage provide them. Practical experience during the past quarter was on sets for the drama department's new theatre, the Showboat. Associate Professor in Drama, James Hicken, directs the classes. A Class working on construction. Dwna Lights Hare up in the darkened dance studio and a throbbing, sharp musical beat starts off the 1938 Dance Drama. Rhythm in a new modern dress . . . a mad, sweeping dance portrays romance . . . somberly costumed girls moving in unison interpret fanatical superstitious . . . thrills for the formally clad First-Nighter audience . . . The hot-dog vender, the fat lady and the balloon girl steal the show in the "Fair" dance number of the drama . . . as a grand finale "Grand Coulee" is presented . . . all the intensity and power of the huge construction project seem crystallized in the dancers,-as they go through the impelling movements of the workers. Mary Aid de Vries did an exceptional job of directing and Nancy Jane Bare and Lois Keller proved that they are slated for brilliant dancing careers. - 1 gd N 1. ' 'f l"w ,T Young arms outstretched . . . n the dancers cry out their grief during the dance "Lamentation Chorus." Running through a script are Claire Shannon, I john Rosenkranz, Blair Normoyle and Alice Emel, while Douglas Billmeyer watches the conltrol room for musical interlude instructions. A new studio high up in Denny hall houses the radio classes of Theodore Bell. Complete with the most modern equipment, it is used for audition programs. Students learn acting, presentation, and studio routine. ' In the basement of Meany hall, under the directorship of Professor Francis Powers, the University broadcasting studio releases its programs on educational, musical subjects. Reorganized this winter, an executive committee on radio is now in charge with Professor Powers, director of studios and programs, Philip A. Jacobsen, technical and research director, and Michael Hogan, assistant to director of studios. The "brains" behind the most successful show of the three years of Oval Club productions . . . Eileen Brandt and Al Schneider. co-production managers, and Dick Everett, business manager, watch the "beef-trusters" go into their hula-hula. A1 wrote all the swing music for the show. The "Huskiest" hip-swingers who ever wore a cellophane hula skirt, don their leis and "whoop it up" during practice in the Sigma Nu gym. The girl is Edith Mowry, native Honolulu coed, who taught the gridiron lads how to do an authentic "Sweet Lei1ani" act. Ballet Moose, in its third year of sponsorship by Oval Club, gained increased prestige this year with its genuinely original variety show. Adapted from J. G. V., the all- student production featured Washingtonis finest gridmen in a hysterical hula. Not the least of the Ballet's distinctions were the tuneful songs of composer-director Al Schneider, Whose composition "You On the Campus" was the smash hit of last year's show. Top song of the 1938 version was "Last Night I Saw You in My Dreams." The committee that furnished the power behind the hip-slinging were: Al Schneider and Eileen Brandt, co-production managers, and Dick Everett, business manager: Mona Firnstahl, junior directory Bob Phillips and Don Hillman, junior managers, Kay O'Shea, costume managerg Kaye Kennedy, dance director, jean MacLeod and Betty Strehlau, publicity, Ed Hamilton, tickets and prograrnsg Oval Club representative, Horace McClure. A 413 1 5 --. X N 'ing' K , . X . - X: , .1 x X ' -- f-:,,. r.. ,-T , 3 li' K js 1 ,Um X X 1411- V. '. . ..3. ' 1-fi? ' f . f -. , V , K, Y 7, -H4 w my X ,-,.'y3:."5fff:v.A '- -X. N ! f f VKX ,. 1 , W 1 , x xr I wx v P A X A , 2' X fl 1 ' I N f 1,2 3 . X, xr .IX . xxi ' .X - , Y! ' v :wage .1 Y 'iff 144431 . ,5:.,Z35:, 555 -'az 'X I M N 1.3v4.:jg::g,1y5f:,g -'11-,115 . -, - , ' ,V My ,N ' jaij, -' vw jggfff if ' . pr' .xx ,4 -,VPJ5 4, ,, ro: Q ,, wb? ' Q , HN' if ,pf we i i, i. H. H H W 3 , ,I-, 'W 4. , ' ,-5? L, .Q an J - LM AI ' . 5. ,l. Ei ' ,ii an IIN CSECOND ROW, RIGHTJ "Mo" Lachman, news editor, writer of "Idiot's Delight." Cay Griffith, who has:1't yet an executive title, but who does the work of three people. Billy Weld. . . takes pictures . . . and covers the publications. vl "Have you got anything for the Whisper? . . . fashion-sleuthing around the campus were The Daily's . society staff: Jane Estes, spring editor, Virginia Sonne, Jean Hudson, fall editorg Harriet Morrison, and Mary Richards. Anna Rind covers her beat by interviewing an important news source in the sociology department. 4 l, HH , apps Ei, wi VWJH 1 ,. .V - M, "L ff? i 3 fl M ,sw nm: vrimu CTHIRD ROWJ Curt Barnard, managing editor . . . he has potentialities. Virgil Hillyer, assistant news editor, sees The Daily come off the press. Copy editors Roland Libby, Molly McBride, Zena Griffith, Dick Murhn, and Phil Campbell, sit in "around the rim." CBOTTOM ROWD Mary Jane Johnson, news editor, shows Alice Donahue how. G . 73' mwmgmwm 4,3 c ft 3 sas' wt N . ,yi .., - s MP, I 4- m wt , E - Z gn- ii l- K is 1 Bob Ward, assistant news editor . . . his friends call him "Foo," Vernon Peterson . . . from ace reporter to news editor . . .all in his sophomore year. Ladies of the Press paused between covering their beats . . . claiming their place in the sun are: Alice Winger, Charlotte McLaughlin, Janet Upcraft, Lucy Wendrow, Winny Kerrg on the step above: Eleanor Robinson, Mary Jean Sloane. Jean MacLeod and Gail Collman . . . they publicize A. W. S. functions. me. , liiwsd i tor : SYD KOSSEN He knows more words than Webster and used them to create editorials with a "punch", . . has a cynical outlook on life at times, but this square-shouldered kid who started out to be an engineer, still gets a kick out of things like journalism field trips, intricate big apple steps, and doughnuts and coffee at 3 o'clock in the morning . . . he demanded wellgwritten stories . . . and got them . . . always on the look-out for a scoop . . . hates publicity blurbs in the Daily . . . "Syd', has the reputation of being the only journalist who always wears a suit and tie . . . smokes an endless chain of cigarettes . . . held frequent, spontaneous bull-sessions in the editor's office, sometimes deadly serious-others hilariously funny . . . in his horizon looms the thrill of "Big City" reporting, although sometimes he soberly talks about country journalism "Some- place in Texas". . . counts among his treasured souvenirs a letter from Dean Vernon McKenzie praising him as editing the best Daily in ten years. ISECOND Row! Daily Editor: HANK KESSLER Stardust and poesy . . . a slender boy cut from the pattern of future genius . . . such is "Hank." Tipped back in his chair in the grubby little editorial office, he turned out editorials that alternately blasted and contemplated the student scene . . . his was often a plea to the intellectual . . . again a search for a lofty truth . . ."Hank" ruled The Daily without a harsh word to anyone . . . his favorite Weakness is candy-preferably spiced-gum drops presented by "Lucy" every evening when the Daily was being put to bed . . .favorite indoor sport is phrasemaking, the kind that expresses his ideas in a delicate web of Whimsy and symbolism . . . favorite gesture of Daily denizens was Hankis gentle hand on their shoulders . . . chief monuments to the University of a Thousand Years are his column, Memorabilia, and the revived Page of the World. vudes QTOP ROWJ The editor talks it over with special writers: Pat Sharkey, Elena Sbedico, Doris Lincoln, and Mary Sayler. Brent Schumaker taps out "Shu-Strings". . . while Gordon Pates wrestles with "Archie" Copinions of a cockroachj. CMIDDLE ROW! Maury Cohen, copy editor, who demands precision . . . and gets it. With him copy readers: Io McColl, A1 Leslie, Florence Kari, Jeanne Daly, Doris Carlquist, and Jocelyn Dohm, begin work. Dick Bergholz, sports editor, pounds out a yarn. CBOTTOM ROWJ Chummy quartet . . . athletes' cohorts . . . Daily mentors: Doug Ebersole, Dean Downing, Harry D'Evers, Johnny Hoss. "Games 'n Gals" editor surrounded by sports staff . . . the self-dubbed "soul of the paper." First step: Ed Guthman, Grace Robertson, Dick Bergholz, editorg Second step: Ples Irwin, Ken Berglund, Virgil Peterson, and Bob Bailie. heyseethepuunysade When the middle of the month rolls around down in the Columns corner of Commerce hall, there's a deadline to meet for the campus humor "mag". . . cartoonists, society editors, special writers all jam into the editor's boxed-off cubicle, checking in copy, trying out new "gags" on one another. It's an old Hammer and Coffin tradition that Columns can't go on throughout a whole year without some excitement . . . this year editor Jack Hollenbeck left school to take a business position and associate editor Paul Marmont also resigned. An editorial board took over the two following issues with Betty Lou Maus acting as editorial director and Elena Sbedico, director of the board, assisted by Jack Divine and Bob Ward. l IITOPJ Jack Hollenbeck, editor of Columns . . . directed the destiny of Washington humor from winter 1937 to spring 1938 . . . meticulous in dress, he gives the impression of a young business man on his way up the ladder . . . loves to forget "best joke of the month" and the awarding of life-savers to call one of the Sigma Chi brothers and head for his favorite fishing hole, come Friday afternoon . . . his worst worries are in trying to get up when the alarm clock rings, and making his staff meet deadlines . . . most of the time he's muttering "Frankly I'm dubious," or telling hopeful contributors in a sad voice, "Afraid it's not too sharp,". . . a member of Sigma Delta Chi. and Oval Club, he works hard for both organizations . . . before he was editor of Columns, Jack's well-known linoleum cut cartoons made him campus famous. IMIDDLEI Former associate editor "In One Ear" Marmont, discusses plans with Elena Sbedico and Betty Lou Maus, new directors of the monthly publication. LBOTTOMI This group sees to it that the funny side of things is not neglected on the Washington campus . . . they are: first row: Jackson Harby, Jean Thatcher, Pat Sharkey, Betty Lou Maus, Bob Ward, and Lamonte Minorg back row: Fred Anderson, Paul Marmont, Irwin Caplan, Alice Winger, Elena Sbedico, Dorothy Parks, Rosemary Stewart, and Gordon Williams. side We This Bank MARJORIE SHIELDS,Tyee Editor Her eliin sense of humor makes everyone that knows "Marj" turn into a Shields fan . . . three years ago a pretty coed with tawny curly hair registered in the school of journalism . . . she has a headful of ideas and an enthusiasm that made people sit up and take notice . . . during those three years Marjorie has made history on the campus with her 'fHello Day" the Spaghetti Eating contest for the Junior Prom . . . her interviews in the Daily with visiting celebrities and now she climaxes her career by editing the most unusual Tyee in years . . . eating a hamburger on the Avenue late at night she will sit up suddenly, bubbling over with an idea for a caption or a Tyee shot of some unusual campus scene . . . in the yearbook Marjorie has tried to spotlight the different, the unknown, the interesting. . . she feels guilty for a week if she takes an hour off from the print shop to look for a new spring hat . . . in her jewel-box rest enough pins to support a charm bracelet . . . Alpha Phi, Theta Sig, Totem Club, Mortar Board . . . one of the few girls in school who looks heavenly in a white chiffon dance frock . . . and yet is an efficient worker and an honor-roll scholar. CTOP ROWJ On this huge score board the record of the work done on pages was faithfully kept. Editor Shields takes a critical look at the First page off the proof press .... Sixteen pages are printed on this big sheet which Marjorie is inspecting as it comes off the press ablaze in color! CMIDDLE ROWJ ' Sue Allen, Independents section editor. Betty Lou Manley, Sweetheart section editor. Walter Reid, Copy editor, Lucille Glahe, Professional organizations editor. Virginia Hamilton, Notifications rditor. Roland Libby, co-Sports editor. jean Hudson, Administration editor. Patricia Sharkey, Scholarship editor. Gail Collman, Feature editor: all-around assistant. CBOTTOM ROWJ Dick Faris, Sweetheart contest chairman. Betty Strehlau, Associate. Dick Bergholz, co-Sports editor. Mary jane johnson. Fraternity and sorority editor. jean MacLeod. Activities editor, editorial assistant. Jane Cortelyou, Service and Athletic organizations editor. Marjorie Anda, picture editor. Janice Richards, Anna Rind and Cay GriHith, editorial assistants, hard at work at the Tyee print shop. -n n -0 'lgii 4, JN . 'ix 'if if H L 'Q .J iii? 'ii-5521? il"'it7. 'lui - f M-gm -, go.,-:. I , , ', 'ii-QQ'l1 1 515.495 'sI!,l.5.'A II "tv ,lg ,-'1"i4 1...-,ii 537- rv: " if i 'f,.3f. 'Y '5 l ' in f ,lu .r ..f ig . t 1 -A . .- -, it SPECIAL STAFF Kathleen Monahan, Virginia Landaas, Mary Buell, Marjorie Schwalen, Helen Battson, Florence Spinner, Elizabeth Goode, Mary Jane Middleton, Emily Kollenborn, June Anderson, Betty Ekrem, Jeannette Bocten, Jean Morris, Geraldine French, Jean Daly, Jeanette Rae Ham, Frances Cadzow, Florence Kari, Dorothea Dean, Ann Boss, Esther Rasmussen, Dorothy Sheller, Gerda Cornell, Nadine Becker, Justine Foss, Jane Lowe, Margaret Perry, Beth Mueller, Patricia Kohler CTOP ROWD Fourteen men and a girl worked on the sports stat? of Tyee. They are front row: Lee Irwin. Edwin Guthman, Grace Robertson, Richard Watson, Robert Cahen, Roland Libby: middle row: Richard Takeuchi, Dewey Ostrom, Henry Berglund, Dean Downing, Doug Ebersole, and Frank Veilleg third row: Virgil Peterson, Dick Bergholz, and Sam Baker. Interviewing administrative powers, these girls covered everything from the president's oflice to the A. S. U. W. They are, front row: Grace Robertson, Molly Wand, Jean Hudson, section editor, Virginia Dayton, Lois Smith, Doris Carpenter, Barbara Anderson, and Cleata Gunn. Back row, Charlotte Stevens, Mary Gail Harvey, Mary Richards, and Jane Estes. Delving into scholarship and meeting the Phi Betes was the job of Pat Sharkey, section editor, Ruth Gahnberg, Dorothy Wolfe, Anna Rind, and Alice Donahue. Other girls who worked on the committee were Betty Klein, Jane Allstrum, and Eva Gorton. CMIDDLE ROWJ Head photographer Dick Hubbell numbers 250 or more of Tyees pictures as those he has taken. Staff photographers Bill Weld, Bob Moody, and Bob Ward prepare for the "birdie" themselves. Independents are more prominent in this year's book because of the work of Doris Ridge, Janet Upcraft, Patty Cowen, Dorothy Dupar, and Sue Allen, section editor. A A 'Zi I N x -'E .' ' 1: , : l A rf , ' ' ...-g.g.I.j, ,e Vt :,'lL.,,. -Q ea. . J I U' !'!u l E.: fr. ::.. ?:1 ,J .r f :gl I n A ,, .x V w Everything from swing dances to debate schedules was worked out in the activities section. Discussing their work are Glaideth Clark, Jean MacLeod, section editor, Barbara Curran, and Jane Brokaw. Others who worked on the committee are Hyla Nelson, Arlene Osthoff, Ray Rockstrom, and Pat Trumbull. The copy staff spent long hours over directory and proofs. At an organization meeting are: Patty Davis, Martha Wagner, Gordon Hayes, Catherine Griffith, Richard Anderson, Sally L. Peterson, Betty Bouton, Ruth Margaret Jeans, and Walter Reid, copy editor. CBOTTOM ROWD Life at the "house," histories of the Greeks, prominent members, with pictures to illustrate, were under the direction of fraternity and sorority section editor Mary Jane Johnson. Her committee are, front row: Florence Kari, Ursula Hill, Mary Jane Johnson, Iola Brown, Betty Cornelius, and Frances Cadzow: back row, Jeanette Rae Ham, Celia Harrison, Bernadine Robinson, Marjorie Kesling, Barbara Jones Cay Griffith Cbackb : Helen Rupp, Ruth Huntoon, and Priscilla Brown. 1 Their job included getting pictures and write-ups of all graduating seniors, and making up class odicers' pages. They are: Dorothea Johnson, Kathryn Hammer, section editor, Dorothy Sheller, Margaret Lienaug back row: Florence Casey, and Marjorie Severyns. Professionals in every college were contacted and photographed under the direction of Lucille G1ahe's committee. Members are: Betty Boone, Janet Case, Elizabeth Goode, Doris Green, Margaret Erickson, Lillian Pierson, Betty Downey, Jane Forde, and Francelia Smith. Athletic clubs, religious, and organization work was done by Jane Cortelyou's committee. Front row: Bernice Elton, Marienne Vinal Mary Lou Sander, and Marcie Hopper. Back row: Shirley Cameron, Jane Cortelyou, Jean Daly, and Geraldine French. They kept the wires humming . . . notifying students of pictures . . doing a hundred and one hard jobs: front row: Dorothy Lewis, Jessie Ann Barash, chairman Virginia Hamilton, Florence Kari, and Betty Simmons. Second row: Dorothy Glavin, Ernestine Brown, Sue Fisher, Mae Carlson, and Elizabeth Goode. Back row: Jean McGuigan, Eleanor Kallish, Ynez Stevens, and Mary McDonnell. ailqB' situ!! A "I 'Jog "'x1Q 1' - 1.4. ITOP ROWII JIM RICE BUSINESS MANAGER OF THE DAILY Tall, lanky and good-natured, he does his job quietly and thoroughly . . . does his best work in an old blue sweater and a beloved gray hat . . . uses the most picturesque speech of the Daily shacksters, had his biggest thrill the day his poem on "goon children" was published in Behind the Headlines . . . modest, he forgets to wear his Oval Club and Fir Tree pins . . . months before graduation "Jim" had offers of positions from three advertising agencies . . . spare moments are spent in the Commons over a cup of coffee with "the tootsf' Dapper Dick Doran, assistant business manager, takes a few minutes off from a busy schedule to pose for his picture. just finished with her job of managing the first "all-U" ski party, Betty Lou Manley, merchandising manager, talks over an advertising survey with her assistant, Bobbie Foley. Ken Penchos' work as assistant business manager helped bring in ample advertising for The Daily. IQBOTTOM ROWQI Ed Ehlke's the reason you always find your Daily waiting when you dash to an eight o'clock . . . he's up every morning at dawn to do his job as circulation manager. Mary jane Anger and Melvin Bennington try to sell an ad layout to a dubious merchant. Both are ace ad solicitors for The Daily. Peggy Wright, Ernestine Brown, Mary Jane Anger, Jayne McGrew, Audrey Fredricksen, and Alice Musser, office girls, watch their manager, Bette Campbell, make out a classified ad while Sue Allen completes a telephone call. Chief joys of johnny Beall's'life are his job as assistant business manager and his new Packard. I" 3 Q- 'I 1 l ll. s Y ' H V . 4 ix, 1. it fl-'S-is 3 igg ,ee Bus IITOP ROWl JAcK GALBRAITH ' BUSINESS MANAGER OF TYEE A quiet, level-headed sort of person . . . you never hear Jack talk much about the work he's been doing, but it's always done efficiently and quickly. This year he took over the position of business manager . . . it's his second year in the post. Organizations are contacted to iind out whether they will take a page in the yearbook, subscription drives are launched on the campus, advertising is secured, and circulation managed by Jack and his competent staff . . . up at the Beta house, the brothers claim that he wins the title of "Well Dressed Young Man" hands down. Most of his spare time is spent working on airplane motors or waiting patiently in the Gamma Phi Beta living room. An Oval Club member, Jack will graduate this june from the School of Economics and Business. Circulation members and office girls pause in the sun long enough to pose for their pictures: Seated: Wilda Lane and Dorothy Jane Meyer. Standing: Dorothy Caldwell, Harriett Randles, Helen Galbraith, and Mary Bayden. WW Dick Codd . . . advertising manager. ' Vincent Egbert . . . sections manager. IBOTTOM ROW1 Dorothy Jane Meyer . . . circulation manager. Wilda Lane . . . circulation assistant. The business staff holds an informal meeting: Front row: Jack Galbraith and Tom Bostic. Back row: Dick Ross, Vincent Egbert and Harold Widsteen. Helen Galbraith . . . office manager. GENERAL STAFF Advertising: Dick Codd, managerg Tom Bastic Harold Widsteen, Dick Ross, Ed Hamilton, Dick Warren. Sections: Vincent Egbert, manager: Catherine Clark, Betty Arnold, Garrett Fuller, Harold Thwing, Beda Lindman, Harold Wheat, Donald Olson, Emily Kollenborn, Mary Gordon, Charlotte Field. Circulation: Dorothy Jane Meyer, manager: Wilda Lane, assistant: Helen Galbraith, oiiice manager. High sales girls this year were: Dorothy Caldwell, Harriett Randles, and Marcia Wilson. , . :pr '14 alaunns Business Sta!! 1.14 QP3 NN f 'T' s'1P new .wi KTOP ROWD The Columns circulation staff shows how to really sell the campus magazine, with a mob demonstration around letterman Brook Stevens. The gesticulating coeds are: Mary Helen Pruitt, Shirley McCroskey, Shirley Frolich, manager, Helen Brown, Jane'Sorley, Virginia Alderson, and Betty Cornelius. Karl Krogstad, Richard Art, co-business managers. Shirley Frolich, circulation manager. CBOTTOM ROWJ Richard Art and Karl Krogstad, co-business managers of Columns, and their staff watch a flock of sea-gulls parade across campus lawns. Front row: Karl, Dick, Herbert Becklund. Back row: Howard Matheny and Lloyd Bjorlo. Betty Strehlau, oflice manager. Betty Strehlau collects her Columns office staff to talk over the last all-important issue of the University magazine, which is always sponsored by Oval Club. Marian McLean, at the telephone, Barbara Nordby, Betty Strehlau, Helen Merager, Audrey Gay, Virginia Laing, and Ardene Fairbrook. STAFF Karl Krogstad and Richard Art . . . Business Board. Advertising staff: Julius Mattson, Eugene Keene, Dick Ross, Herbert Becklund, Lloyd Bjorlo, Larry McIntosh. Merchandising staff: Molly Lamken, rnanagerg Anne Stewart, Elizabeth Houston, Elena Sbedico. Ofiice staff: Betty Strehlau, office manager, Sally Dawson, assistant managerg Paulla Paris, Emily Kollenborn, Virginia Laing, Barbara Nordby, Patricia Kohler, Marian McLean, Ardene Fairbrook, Audrey Gay, Patricia Hooker. Circulation staff: Shirley Frolich, managerg Shirley 1VDcCroskey, assistantg Betty Cornelius, Mary Helen Pruitt, Rowena Stubbs, Jeanette Mackie, Virginia Alderson. wspectiu A slim, plainly-printed magazine made its coniident appearance on the campus some time in February . . . edited by Mary lVlTcAneny, staffed by capable writers from far-flung departments of the University . . . that magazine was "Perspectives" "Perspectives,' was born last year when a group of literary-Bred students held a bull-session in the Walker-Ames library . . . decided to start a magazine which would be intellectual food for the campus. After three issues, the monthly publication failed to gain expected support and was terminated. Much interest was shown in the new issues of this year . . . students are stimulated by the straight-written discussions . . . the earnest endeavors of those who have something to Write about. Independent and uncensored, the magazine boasts of such writers as Bill Takahaski, and Cheng K'un Ch'eng, writing on the Sino-Japanese coniiict . . . Brent Schumaker, the Reese twins and many other worth-while contributors. aakstaae Baud It started out as a rather timid venture way back in 1900. The first Bookstore was housed in the men's cloak room, next to the President's office, in Denny hall. Business grew, so in 1912 the student-owned supply shop moved to the old Chemistry shack. By 1922 the business of the new cooperative had expanded to such an extent that it was moved to the basement of Meany auditorium. In 1925 the Bookstore was forced to move again . . . this time to the "Avenue," Behind the scenes of modernistic sports shops, ever-expanding lending library, and student-jammed text-book department a competent Bookstore board of directors manages the affairs of the corporation. On this year's board are: Dean David Thomson, presidentg Dean Herbert T. Condon, Prof. Carl Dakan, Charlotte Wright, secretaryg Mack Koon, Stanley Youngs, and Hugh Cardwell. J. E. McRae, the Bookstore's manager, and Ray Eckmann sit in on directors' meetings. Mary McAneny, editor of Perspectives, perches on the wall in front of Parrington Hall to read the Hrst edition of this year's publication. CLEFTJ Helen Bathurst shows an interested coed one ofthe "smoothest" new blouses in the Bool-cstore's women's sports shop. CRIGHTJ Reaching high up on the shelf in the text book department is Helen Melton . . . pretty coeds work here during rush weeks at the beginning of each new quarter, and see to it that each student gets the right books. .Ciuein ITOP ROWJ Dancing cheek to cheek with an unidentified "queen" at the high school leaders' frolic is dignified Gene Keene of the Columns business staff. They all called him "Syd" in Topeka, Kansas. Here Editor Kossen receives the Sigma Delta Chi cup awarded for chapter efiiciency, from George Brandenburg, executive Councilor of the men's journalism honorary. Tovio Hagman and "Foo" Ward in startlingly formal attire, start out to sell their Sigma Delta Chi papers. ISECOND ROWQI The Journalists refuse to leave their Commerce hall habitat even to eat lunch . . . so the sandwich man does a thriving business. "Ah! the romance of journalism," sighs Mo Lachman as he and fellow Daily shacksters rip off ream after ream of copy just before deadline. The fourth estate goes high-class at the Night Club mixer given by Alpha Delta Sigma and Sigma Delta Chi . . . why, Mr. Libby, where'd you get that cigar? IQTHIRD ROW1 Before and after . . . junior journalists enact the right and wrong way to manage a newspaper office . . . in a special play given before the weekly publishers' conference. Yep! Dean Vernon McKenzie plays tennis too . . . in between times he makes trips to Europe and interviews Mussolini, Hitler and other international big shots. IBOTTOM ROWII Theta Sig pledges go into their act on the copy desk . . . a few minutes after this picture was snapped, Mary Jane Johnson and Betty Lou Manley staged an impromptu hula-hula for the benefit of the e5x,f?35i31s5'l ,. Af, sq TQQQQJKQEQQEQTQ ll' e at The Daily's first i f a-Q 4 1 . . . y . sitting in the l-- , ou Manley, Gail 'Wf.f'Gblli'i1arig'Wiif on der Hellen and Jgigiiilfllaililep -. I F" an M I. if ' ., , 51 Q + + ++ nlhcmt 9 3116134 009' J 84 Fi amen? Wee 62:46 en's ljlee CM A pretty young woman who looks like a coed . . . Miss Miriam Terry, directs forty-nine of the liveliest and best singers in school. Over in the beautiful white Colonial building that was once a Governor's mansion, the girls meet often, practice with the petite Miss Terry and during the year give concerts which have won them praise throughout the Northwest. Gathered on the steps before the music building are: M. Anderson, Arnold, Benson, Broadbooks, Butterworth, D. Cadzow, Carter, Easton, Eggert, Elm, J. Evans, Forsell, Goss, Hicks, Holland, Hwang, jackson, Johnson, King, LaMontagne, McCurdy, Meredith, More, Murray, Muzzy, O'Leary, Pearce, Peterson, Phoutrides, Polwarth, Prentice, Ralls, Ramsey, Randish, Roberts, Robinson, Rogers, Saunders, Shurnan, Solomon, B. Stewart, Stoddard, Strom, Takakoshi, Wheeler, White, Whithall, Whiting, Wieland. IXX . .',' M When they practice their songs,-all Meany rings with melody. This year, under the direction of Charles Lawrence, the Men's Glee Club has given several concerts, adding to their string of achievements bright spots of success. Members are: FIRST TENOR: Banks, Boright, Bowen, Cota, Cutter, Granmo, Haggerty, Lamug, Lundberg, Moffitt, Petellin, Springer, Tubb, Weeks, West, Wood. S SECOND TENOR: E. Anderson, Dildine, Hallet, Harriman, Hatch, Heffner, Kelly, Lacy, Palmason, Rein, Sundvall, Thorsteinson, Uppinghouse, Wells. FIRST BASS: D. Anderson, Blaisdell, Broadbooks, Countryman, Courtwright, Denby, Dugan, Elliott, Erickson, Evans, Gittings, Grant, Hutchinson, Maloy, McGowan, Morris, Stewart, Stranahan. SECOND BASS: Burd, Clark, Clees, Helmer Kecxhley, Lucus, Lundquist, MacDonald, McPhaden, Palmer, Pearson, Ramstead, Ryan, B. Schmidt, T. Schmidt, Siegel, Wernecke. A new idea under the sun over the campus . . . For years Prof. Charles Lawrence dreamed of an all-University choir and this year the dream came true-with the selection of sixty trained voices for the first group. Already they have starred in "Atsumori," highly successful drama of the East. Members include: FIRST SOPRANO: Andrews, Blaisdell, Craig, Feroe, Crenella, Gray, Mitchel, Riesche, Roland, Walker, and Olsen. SECOND SOPRANO: Adair, Harris, Johnson, Lansberry, Trippet, Wendrovv, Sheckels, and Morris. ALTO: Berg, Broadbooks, Donogue, Fischer, Forsell, M. Forsell, Johnson, McCurdy, Murray, Phelps, Sinnes, and Doebbler. FIRST TENOR: Bowlen, Cutter, Boright, Haggerty, Harvey, Moflitt, Petellin, Tubb, West and Cota. SECOND TENOR: Kelly, Hatch, Heffner, Palmason, Sundvall, and Rein. BARITONE: Anderson, Asbury, Books, Elliott, Erickson, Maloy, Stewart, and McGowan. BASS: Benson, Burd, Clark, Clees, Ketchley, and Wernecke. . . . u .x M 's Only the best voices . . . that's a dogmatic rule laid down in the Music department as requirement for the Won-1en's ensemble. A buoyant troupe, the girls switch easily from classical harmonizing into the latest "swing" tune . . . Their inspiration and director is Miss Miriam Terry. Included in the group are: FIRST SOPRANO: Ila Mae Andrews, Clara Ann Craig, Jean Gray, Maxine Harrison, Charlotte Oliver, and Jeannette Walker. SECOND SOPRANO: Helen Griffin, Patience Harland, Mariko Mukai, Gertrude Peterson, Lillian Sheckels, Lucille Wenclrow. ALTO: Jeanne Adams, Virginia Berg, Jean Carter, Virginia Cotter, Patty Doebbler, Lorraine Donazhue, Peggy Forsell, Marie Hoeiiier, Dorothy Hutchinson. lr' en's Audiences applauded for them from Sitka, Alaska . . . to Seattle, Washington . . . On the Music Department's Alaskan tour this Spring the Men's quartet made special appearances at Ketchikan, Petersburg, Wrangell, Juneau, and Sitka . . . Besides their programs in the North, the four singers have harmonized lilting tunes at Seattle high schools, service group meetings, and numerous clubs. Grouped around Harvard Palmer at the keyboard are: John Lundberg, Ed Palmason, and Wallis Giddings. o', INN A'.' gf fl I Oregon Bandsmen mass themselves into a living "W" while the Still able to gg-in Washington menexchange the courtesy with a complicated "ORE." at the annual even though they just stepped gridiron tussle between the Webfooters and the Huskies. out gf 3 mud puddle, 'Band The marching band typifies, more than any other group, a proud' campus tradition . . . When this generation of students has passed into the limbo of alums . . . memories of football season will always' conjure the picture of the sun gleaming on the green lawn of the stadium . . . and the band marching by in review . . . satinbacked capes . . . purple plumes in their caps . . . playing the "Star Spangled Banner" as the Hag is raised. Tall, handsome John Snyder, the "University's best drum major" shared honors this year with a pert freshman coed drum majoress Roberta Rice. Walter Welke, "Just one of the boys," is the' genial directorg Edward Krenz, student directorg Paul Lauer and john Thomas, managers. Members: Waldron, W. Smith, Woodruff, I-Iotes, Howell, West, Fischer, Grey, Bigsby, Van Ornum, Curry, Shuck, Wyse, Ross, Nordstrom, Ryan, Alnutt, Rathvon, Axlen, Ellis, Sheckels, Sieg, Buzzard, Ienseth, Niska, Nieman. Kenealy, L. Berry, Grenier, Dean, Uhland, Repp, Lantz, White, Bruer, Davis, Blair, Guernsey, Haggerty, Werts, Stevens, Garlick, Meyer, Merrill, Jackson, Dunstan, Bloom, C. Smith, Wells, Rosenoff, Guitteau, Poff, Parant, Sinclair, Harmon, Lewis, Thompson, Yake, Borhek, Tice, Fotun, Connolly, Forkner, R. Thompson, Jacobsen, Sherman, Keckley. Shanafelt, Cone, V. Peterson, Simon, Brugman, Moore, Simpson, Harrison, Pound, Nelson, Miller, I. Miller, Yantis. . Band These are the musical minded students who put in long, patient hours of practice so that they could treat the University to polished and beautiful concert music. The concert band received its inspiration from its able director Walter Welke. Members: R. Clar, Hylton, Mathews, McMullen, Kannitzer, Hennum, Benno, Swarm, Bell, Hidebrand, Thomas, Kenealy, Nelson, Morris, Ross, Curtis, Mayo, Taylor, Mendenhall, Lauer, Nelson, Setterman, Stevens, Lichtenstein, Spurgeon, Krafft, Stradling, Tomlinson, L. Carlson, C. Nelson, Mattice and Main. Others are: L. Carlson, Bennett, Krenz, Rockhill, Manning, J. King, W. Matthews, Fisher, Derrig, Draper, Solberg, Bird, Seltzer, Jangord, Beerman, Cloud, Atkinson, Snortland, Baskerville, Iunkermeier, Dykkesten, W. Meyer, J. Lofthus, Thomdyke, Pritchard, Henderson, Odle, Hendrickson, Kumpf, Stephens, M. Johnson, Curtis, Foster, Dixon, Sennett, Backman, J. Thomas. H' 5' ' - 1- t . ' i N ,. T' 3 w Q P V A N. I WE- llffl'1f.ff-gil' l W Asif..-silk-T1 3 1-,Gi Els 'al .ip.gf',q,1z5',.L ,M i,-'iA:-,:-,,5.-- 0uhe-Wan Professor George Kirchner lifts his baton in the stilled hush of the darkened auditorium and music swells upward . . . the confident sound of a skilled symphonic orchestra, skilled because every week finds this University group patiently practicing, on the stage of Meany auditorium. Practice means going over and over a selection until its complicated parts are skillfully woven into a polished, final performance. During the diflicult parts Director Kirchner rolls up his shirt sleeves, slips down from his customary place on a stool and, with his baton gesticulating, brings about a harmony of sound. Members of this year's group, who included in their program music for the season everything from Mozart's "Symphony in G Minor" to "March Carnavalesquen from Friml, are: First violin: R. Anderson, Angel, Baker, Binks, Erickson, Freeburn, Johnson, Koffman, Mackie, Orth, Palmason, and Teshirogi. Second violin: Brownlee, Crockett, Dildine, Hougen, Main, Owen, F. Ryan, Sherman and Sherm. Viola: Adair, Backman, Keinny, A. Olson and Winger. Cello: Berkey, Eichenhauer, Gresham, Klein, Snortland. Bass: P. Adams, Curtiss, Grubert, and L. Jones. Flute: Matthews, Middleton. Clarinet: Lauer, Ross, Setterman, and Spurgeon. Oboe: Hannurn, Swarm. Trumpet: Krenz, Reed, Repp, Rockwell. French Horn: R. Bird, Bangs, Seltzer, Solberg. Trombone: Cloud, Kilgore. Tuba: Odle. Drums: Foster. I 6 -Q ' 4-'vt Q 4: v ,ir - W i f- -'3"fF rl ln -' -. ,ff - A ifiifv. ., ' w . ,J .1-L:....2i, its? W ,, T . . Q4 3 . if lil E .fig .4 First Violinist . . . Victor Palmasong Cellist . . . Jane Berkeyg Bass . . . Peggy Adams Trumpet . . , Dorsey Reed: French Hom . . . Bond Seltzerg Clarinet . . . Ruth Setterman ,, .. N fivv 1 tw w .H - , Qwfiffi? FWZ! ,Mk Bu egkikv X gi, ,X K br? q' ?-- Z' :FJ ' I 'wglfggslw Pulchritude and polernics made up the chief stock in trade of the women's varsity debate squad this year. The question they debated was "How can as the United States stay out of war? Luncheon meetings around town, notably before the Chamber of Commerce, crowned the efforts of most of the squad members. Out-of- town trips took the girls to Oregon and British Columbia. The longest tour of the season was to California, where meets were held with twenty- Hve schools. Calm, cool and forceful debating characterized the work of the men's varsity debate squad this year. Like the women's team, they used the symposum or non-decision system, which eliminates the old-time Hre- eating methods. The success of this type of debate was demonstrated by the squad of thirty-two in seventy-five meets before high schools, women's clubs, and with Pacific coast colleges. High spot of the season was a trip by six of the debaters and two of their coaches to the Pacific Forensic League tournament in Reno, Nevada. if-.."F'l1fLx A ,urn lf, ,-. '- ' 5. 4-vs 7, 'J , 61.1, 'X UQ: 'U Vu X, , , .nfs -' f Lilo N Y I Y ' v ' r' 11.1 I- "' QIZQ ij :Z N I 5. If N UU 'N-., Qi H . .KV q ,,,.,.LV Hwy .X I L Mft J N Si W fi' ., , J Xl 'L '7 J -- ., x..' m gs-" -..Lge wmv. Q... 90 F ,mm .ms 3, ,wa ,Mg Q . fSeatedJ Rice, Pomeroth, Salkin, Staten, Stubbs, Ward, Schumann, Yantis tandingj Reidell, Mrs. Naomi Hill, Fumerton, Hagman, manager, Eberhart, Henton, Larsen, H E EY WSW 1. CSeatedJ Hartsuck, Chenoweth, Hollander, Prof. Franzke, Prof. Bird, Junkermier, Ludwig QStandingj Karlsson, Royal, Weber, Armstrong, Jones, Collier, Muller, Hammond, Helberg Prof. Bird, Prof. Franzke, Prof. Orr. McCoy, Manager Lyon, Henrichsen, Vinson, Murphy. Westmorland, Guin Jacobus, Blom, Cox. Ratt, King Dawson, Olson w- cu.. qToP Rowy Bird's eye view of Lewis Armstrong sunning himself on the lawn . . . plpe an' all. Prof. W, W. Bird, debate coach is way up in the air . . . taking his ease on Parrington roof. Hmmmm . . . so that's how Hyla Nelson got to be a crack clebater . always has her nose in a book. QMIDDLE ROWJ Prof. Albert Franzke poses before the earliest spring blooms. Ruth Salkin reads poetry in a quiet corner ofthe Parrington steps Dot Driftmier to Ken Cox . . , "You look wonderful, but I'd rather pick a daffodill' . . . CBOTTOM ROWJ If somebody'd only told us how good-looking the coed debaters are . . . we give you Rowena Stubbs. i Caplan, Sbedico Bare, Keller Fumerton, Jackson H an Og Hofmann, Jones Mute ta Talent IRWIN CAPLAN because his Columns cartoons rated more hearty chuckles per square inch of students' faces. Dancers NANCY JANE BARE and LOIS KELLER, becauses they interpret the modern dance in beautiful motion. Because ELENA SBEDICO'S play, the "Ironical Box," won radio awards and a chance for Hollywood production. NONA FUMERTON because her debating prowess made California students sit up and take notice . . . because she juggles five major activities successfully . . . because she's sweet. VERNON JACKSON, whose "fiddling" won him a place in the Seattle Symphony Orchestra. Because Senior drama major MIKE HOGAN has never directed an unsuccessful campus radio program. ELSBETH HOFMANN because she's versatile enough to play a "Mol1', in one Penthouse play and a sweet little old lady in the next Studio "drama" BRAD JONES because he's hard to beat in a he has a sense of humor gradeS are in the Phi f 'Wx X N 2 ,.x:.' 'i:"w N- . , -A f. M' .:.-'-Him .. f,x xxx x Q , ,,. ,f NJ ,- Orff f- x N -r - f ' L . , Q '1 -wx V f fl ,KX A XX X ,, J 'fa -':", ' QR 53"- . -:,. 'T 12"-In ,, 1-fggw.-,.'L ': ,4Q"'4l2' 1 f if Wi-'J ' V' jim-4 , '-Y-f ' f Q-." -rp., f - ,mx l.,f"'-.N f ,V x CN Nl, if 'H X LW-Ja , K , JA J.. f' AX XX .KX xy-,-I ff: X N XX Q X441 V Vg X XVH km K If 1,-4 Xl ,TTU f, Q S ? X, 'xj ,,m"", I XX X Q X x f'l?5i3X- 1 xx , 1 W5 Rx, l N xy E! xv I , :Q ' J '. ' in X Qi, 2-'ra -Q39 -,X "iii, VDf3j1': 2 -, W1 f 575.5 mfr ,V i ,C L, . ' if ' ' N177 L2 "1- N fx QT ,I 49-pau'-ggi, ,f x , " 3 1 ,x ,-, x' -'5:iEl'i V X ,ff X X 1-:wig 1.7E5JQl ,QI X- H if Az' 'ug , '11-I :T . '-nfnfq , ag , Mfg-152521, -- , Kgj:Qg:T,e'I?53-gjgl ,iG'Qf.f,v'.-gqftgl-5?h '-xiii!-gg'-, 5' if,-wif ' 511572-" gp.. . nw.:-. 4j':mL'231-rage "T " mf. U.: v -wa F' Elf' -..:. H il ,ft,r" HW,-., 45 Ura ,fr A ,ff JJHUU 'f '..'L9LL.-fx fi ..j 'fjulg-'L'f'eg, Q?-,fljq s. i:,KJ1xJ5.,: i L iii ii 9 1.5 'L' gang. Eli' X ' ,gag 7 4 , ef . . 'K '- If Memories of forgotten celebrities . . . the faint echoings of enthu- siastic audiences crying . . . "Bravo . . . Well done . . . H cling to the old-fashioned, high domed Meany auditorium. Across its stage have marched a passing parade of the world's famous . . . a parade that started way back in 1921, when the Women's League decided to stop presenting the annual County Fair and give concerts to raise money. The old stage has seen Anna Case . . . rustling bustle 'n all . . . Alma Gluck . . . Sofia Breslau . . . Galli Curci . . . John McCormack . . . Roland Hayes . . . Madame Schumann-Heink . . . Lucrezia Bori . . . and even diminutive violinist Ruth Slenesynski . . . More modern of the famous are Martini, Tibbett . . . the Dana Ensemble . . . all part of the living history of the cultural center of the campus . . . Meany auditorium. ii? ' 14 l"3.,. Concert Chairmen CTOP ROW? Marjorie Hood, Hall Iolmson Choir Mary jane johnson, Yehudi Menuhin EMIDDLE ROWJ Peggy Horrocks, Lily Pans Mary janet Pugsley, Atsumori QBOTTOM ROWJ Mary Webb, Uday Shan-Kar HALL JOHNSON CHOIR A dusky troupe of men and women singing jubilant folk tunes . . . plaintive songs from the cotton fields of the South . . . the tempo of the music beats faster, wilder, as a fat colored woman sobs out "St, Louis Blues" . . . dignified Hall Johnson, the director, grins delightedly and bows from his waist at an applauding, stamping audience . . . S. R. O. signs foretell success at the opening of the 17th AWS concert series . . . YEHUDI MENUHIN An ex-boy-prodigy turned genius . . . Yehudi looks up at the stars and sighs softly, "I would like to go for a walk, I am a little afraid to play tonight" . . . on the stage he pours his soul into the living music of his violin . . . he caresses the strings with his bow until they give out silvery sound . . . on his tours, proud Pappa Menuhin always hovers auxiously in the background . . . sees to it that Yehudi practices, brushes his teeth and gets his hair cut . . . LILY PONS A tiny dark-eyed prima donna who wants' to quit the concert stage and go back to her farm in CTOP ROWJ Hall Johnson Choir Yehudi Menuhin Atsumori, with Seattle Symphony Orchestra CBOTTOM ROWJ Uday Shan-Kar and His Hindu Ballet The dynamic titian-haired Lily Pons rests long enough before her concert to sip a cup of tea and tell Helen Gorham all about the latest gossip from Hollywood. Said Helen, "What are you going to do before the concert tomorrow?', "Oh, I theenk I shall go see the cinema of my good friend Katherine Hepburn," replies the petite prima donna. Lily Pans Connecticut to "raise spinach" . . . Lily flirts with her audience as she sings French love songs . . . her voice is as clear as the flute she mimics . . . of her dramatic off-the-shoulder concert gown, of trailing chiffon, coeds whisper, "I want one like it for the Varsity Ball . . ." ATSUMORI CONCERT The story of a valiant young Oriental warrior who was slain in battle . . . a "No" drama as old as the East . . . that was "Atsumori," original musical production by Chuck Lawrence . . . played by the Seattle Symphony Orchestra . . . sung by the University choir and the women's ensemble. A pleased audience left the concert hall haunted by the pounding of temple drums, the weird melody of the minor key used throughout the unusual performance-t. . . Basil Cameron conducted as if inspired for the"'Atsumori', premiere. ,vm N It .V ,..y cRAlGQLEc'TURg"l1i T , Dahgerfis-his business . .,.,fa tall blond young man wlioJQta'l1l-tspnonchalantly of filming a ight with a . , 1 +.-1 , V1 ., I . l V X-" i' M man-eating shark on the bottom of the ocean . . . recites hair-raising yarns of "shots" taken in the heart of the jungle. The audience leans forward eagerly as Captain john Craig boyishly weaves romantic tales of the winter he was snow-bound in the gold fields of the Yukon, and then dramatically shows movies of his adventures in out-of-the-way corners of the earth . . . serious young "pre-med" students relax and sigh restlessly, "Gee, I wish I could do that . . X' UDAY SHAN-KAR AND HIS HINDU BALLET Their dancing was as fluid as whirling water . . . as the curtain rose, a startled audience gasped in appreciation at the turbaned group of Hindu musicians crouched in a row . . . 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W V .A..4...... ,W , , ..,L.f4i:!,J,,J47.94 - A.. -......- c5...i'.:i .'-Rf., in .I- R M1 , -, --'L -gq,,y9,,. Q44 - 1 ' aff 7211! WW lk I nv .R F af5'9'5?55"i7 1 , . . -.. 1 wifV 1' ZZ3 r - ' -575:-x ' ' 4 1 -Xu 'V , X 1 Sv wimii ' "" N-,Q ' 1 N' ':, ' L ,, ' v Q ' 2 Ii- 4 V A W 3255 Q' 5 .xif L4 X lf - lllphallhillmega Tyee is Well represented in Jean MacLeod, associate editor, who still finds time for Daily reporting, being an A. W. S. council member, and belonging to Theta Sigma Phi and Gamma Alpha Chig and Panhellenids money- manager, Betty Lou Manley, who is a Tyee section editor, an all-round Daily Shackster, and a Theta Sig and Gamma Alpha Chi member , . . Trio members Dorothy Sutherland, Patricia O'Ma1ley, and Dorothy Stock, bring song to the campus, while Eleanor Mankey, Mortar Board, and Margaret Hopple and Marjorie Bratlie, "W" Key, furnish activities . . . Panhellenic has Betty Lou Grant for present secretary and next year's president and A. W. S. is well-acquainted with Dana Ingram and Gertrude Anderson. GRADUATE . . . Mira Moll. SENIORS . . . Jean Ahrens, Catherine Costello, Jean Crawford, Elizabeth Ellingwood, Jean Evans, Helen Hall, Audrey Hanson, Emily Huntington, Eleanor Mankey, Jane McGee, Mary Murray, Jerold Anne Newcomer, Elizabeth Robinson, Dorothy Struthers, Barbara Taylor. JUNIORS . . . Gertrude Anderson, Barbara Barkley, Anne Marie Bottker, Marjorie Bratlie, Madeline Cookerly, Betty Lou Grant, Virginia Holtzinger, Patricia Huber, Dana Ingram, Betty Lou Manley. Dorothy Pinneh, Natalie Smith, Mary Satherine Stiles, Dorothy Stock, Florence Tustin, Lucille incent. SOPHOMORES . . . Helen Butcher. Arleen Costello, Barbara Ellis, Margaret Franks, Margaret Hoople, Ruth Hayward, Emily Hull, Robena Larson, Shirley Mills, Elinor Reid, Rosemary Valentine. PLEDGES . . . Mary Jane Baldwin, Miriam Barlow, Elizabeth Beall, Elizabeth Boone, Marv Adele Carroll, Janet Case, Carol Clute, Florence Crawford, Isabelle Doupe, Maxine Doupe, Marilyn Ellis, Patricia Forgey. Margaret Godsave, Madora Jane Hicks, Helen Hoonan, Eileen Killien, Margaret Lienau, Beth McCrary, Geraldine Mankev, Celeste Murray, jean MacLeod, Gayle Matzen, Patricia O'Malley, Patricia Peterson, Janet Tucker, Frances Wiberg. THE PICTURES Ahrens, Anderson, Baldwin, Barlow, Beall, Boone. Bottker Bratlie, Butcher, Carroll, Case, Clute, Cookerly, Costello Crawford, F., Crawford, I., EVANS, President, Doupe, I., Doupe, M. Ellis, B., Ellis, M., Forgey, Franks Godsave, Grant, Hall, Hanson, Hayward, Hicks. Hoonan Hopple, Huber, Hull, E., Huntington, Ingram, Killien, Larson Lienau, MacLeod, Mankey, E., Mankey, G., Manley, Matzen, McCrary McGee, Mills, Moll, Murray, C., Murray, M., Newcomer 0'Ma1ley, Peterson, Pinneh, Reid, Robinson Smith, Stiles, Stock. Struthers Taylor, Tucker, Tustin Valentine, Vincent Wiberg W 1oo 4.4! 9 Qfiwqfl .. ' V 1 I U . In . l J 127' r. . -3. U 0 ' I F' ' n 1' 1615 EAST FIFTIETH STREET FOUNDED IN 1885 RHO, 1910-60 CHAPTERS l. lf.: s 4 liy. l, M, T isiieiis . 4. l gnu, l .- Ezrlagvi , . H .. ., if 15 ills? if "' ll? X e...I?l.r: - s5"'..2'5i i I- i. , - if l0'l Alpha Delta Pi Hard-working Betty Strehlau holds the purse strings of Theta Sigma Phi, is vice-president of the Northwest Advertising Clubs Association, Tyee associate editor, and numbered among Gamma Alpha Chi, Totem Club, and the Ad Club . . . Alaskan Norma Kubley is the gal behind the manager's desk in the Columns office . . . Elsbeth Hofmann adds the glamor of drama . . . Betty May Iler delves in A. S. U. W. contacts, While Tillie Ann Hallock, house president, is vice-president of Alpha Tau Delta. GRADUATES . . . Mary Johnstone, LaVon Watkins. SENIORS . . . Beverly Jane Anderson, Margaret Arneman, Kathryn Brandmeier, Elvera Gagliardi, Tillie Ann Hallock, Virginia Hanna, Edna Humphrey, Betty May Iler, Isabel Koelling, Dorothy Murray, Kathleen Neville, Doris Quist, Tordis Relling, Betty Anne Ryland, Jean Elizabeth Sherwin, Dorothy Steele-Shaw, Betty Strehlau, Margaret J. Wilson. JUNIORS Esther E. Carlson, Geraldine Eastman, Ruth Hartnett, Elsbeth Hofmann, Marcia La Roche, Dorothy Jean Lonsbery, Ella Mead, Lorene Sollick. SOPHOMORES . . . Frances Arold, Lorraine Brandmeier, Muriel Bushell, Barbara Hallock, Phoebe Harris, Berindah Holmes, Norma Kubley, Helen Merager, Esther Rasmussen, Virginia Robinson, Doris Woodcock. PLEDGES . . . Eileen Bready, Glaideth Clark, Ellanore Cornwell, Audrey Gay, Meredith Goodhue, Patricia Hooker, Lenore Hooper, Beverly King, Patricia Kohler, Gertrude Kubley, Virginia Laing, Marion McLean, Helen Merager, Peggy Metz, Beth Mueller, Paulla Paris, Margaret Perry, Gertrude Sandven, Shirley Smith, Margaret Struthers, Hallie Thompson, Evelyn Thostesen, Betty Jean Willett, Ruth Williams. THE PICTURES Anderson, Ameman, Arold, Brandmeier, K., Brandmeier, L., Bready Bushell, Carlson, Clark, Cornwell, Eastman, Gagliardi Gay, Goodhue, HALLOCK, T., President, Hallock, B., Hanna H n tt H ' H fmann Holmes ar e , arris, o , Hooker, Hooper, Humphrey, Iler, Johnstone, King Koelling, Kohler, Kubley, Laing, La Roche, Lonsbery Mead, Merager, Metz, Mueller, Murray, Neville Paris, Perry, Quist, Rasmussen, Relling, Robinson Ryland, Sandven, Sherwin, Smith, Sollick Steele-Shaw, Strehlau, Struthers, Willett Williams, Wilson, Woodcock f -- 1 v .I passe '4547 EIGHTEENTH AVENUE NORTHEAST FOUNDED IN 1851 ALPHA THETA, 1917-54 CHAPTERS Alpha Ep ilon Phi Publications workers are Harriet Bennigson, Dorothy Lewis, and Evelyn Nurick, who spend many hours on The Daily and Tyee . . . Harriet Shafer and Jessie Ann Barash found Freshman Standards worthwhile . . . among the politicians are Phalanx members June Lurie, Bertha Weinstock, Berenice Raphael, and Jessie Ann Barash. GRADUATE . . . Claire Hochfeld. SENIORS . . . Jane Bernstein, Janet Fasten. JUNIORS . . . Carolyn Blumenthal, Elaine Brower, Sylvia Corenblum, Emalie Lippitt, Carlyn Myers, Jean Seligman. SOPHOMORES . . . Lenora Brief, Josephine Charlet, Gertude Chess, Tishbelle Hirshberg, June Lurie, Muriel Waxman. PLEDGES . . . Jessie Ann Barash, Harriet Bennigson, Inez Goldstein, Bernice Hochfeld, Josephine Levinson, Dorothy Lewis, Evelyn Nurick, Berenice Raphael, Carolyn Sarlat, Gladys Seidenverg, Harriet Shafer, Bernice Stusser, Shirley Waxman, Bertha Weinstock. THE PICTURES Barash, Bennigson, Bernstein, Blumenthal, Brief ' Brower, Charlet, Chess, Corenblum, Fasten Goldstein, SELIGMAN, President, I-Iirschberg Hochfeld, Levinson Lewis, Lippitt, Lurie, Myers Nurick, Raphael, Sarlat Seidenverg, Shafer, Stusser Waxman, M., Waxman, S. Weinstock 5 fl Sei rehab 4543 EIGHTEENTH AVENUE NORTHEAST FOUNDED IN 1909 ALPHA DELTA. 1932--28 CHAPTERS 102 uw :hi , 5 X mm -+1 U5 .Q gf is m v J m ,E 7 ee lwswewwew '51, A Us 5 1 1212. 1 e M ri 11- 4A,f.,'Ex- I 103 gt llphallamma Delta Well-known is Mona Firnstahl, hair-style leader, Home- coming queen, and politician . . . A. W. S. claims Margaret Jane Burrus, Betty Brouillette, and Mary Janet Pugsley, chairman of the "Atsurnori" concert . . . Kaye Kennedy directed dance routines for the Ballet Moose . . . Barbara McHardie learns all about crew from prize catch, Don Hume. GRADUATE . . . Marian Rusk. SENIORS . . . Margaret Jane Burrus, Margaret Donald, Esther La Montagne, Margaret La Montagne, Evelyn La Motte, Carol Larson, Martha Lively, Ruth McDonald, Gertrude Marshall Rebecca Mounter, Peggy Ann Oleson, Kathryn Randles, Margaret Rathvon, Alma Reddekopp, Geraldine Ringstad, Elizabeth Smith, Willamay Strandberg, Theola Templeton, Mary Louise Wright. JUNIORS . . . Frances Anderson, Nancy Jane Bare, Eleanor Colvin, Jeanette Dawson, Duane Dickinson, Mona Firnstahl, Jeanne Fortier, Penelope Goodspeed, Betty Laubenheim, Mary Jane McDonald, Barbara McHardie, Janet Ohman, Sally Peterson, Mary Janet Pugsley, Petronella Renting, Mary Elizabeth Russell, Jane Sylliaasen, Dorothea Williams. SOPHOMORES . . . Eleanore Baker, Betty Brouillette, Eleanor Du Barry, Betty Ann Hollander, Winifred Howarth, Kaye Kennedy, Josephine McCall, June McCormick, Anne McIntosh, Betty Moughtin, Betty Nelson, Jane Perkins, Shirley Jean Rogers, Betty Sayles, Rosemary Trueblood. PLEDGES . . . Jean Agnew, Barbara Bannick, Georgiana Bassett, Viva Bennett, Prudence Berlin, Gertrude Coleman, Eleanor Cryor, Mary Louise Harter, Mildred Heiberg, Betty Jane Hughes, Helen Lloyd, Evelyn Miles, Joanna Osborne, Corinne Peters, Mary Jane Prickett, Helen Rossoe, Catherine Sherriff, Elizabeth Simmons, Barbara Snyder, Marienne Vinal, Jane Wicks. THE PICTURES Agnew, Baker, Banniek, Bare, Bassett, Bennett, Berlin Brouillette, Burrus, Colvin, Cryor, Dickinson, Donald, DuBarry Fimstahl, Fortier, SMITH, President, Goodspeed, Hatter Heiberg, Hollander, Howarth, Hughes La Montagne, E., La Montague, Exif, Lg ltilottc, Larson, Laubenheim, Lloyd ars a McCall, McCormick, McDonald, M. J., McDonald, R., McHardie, Miles Moughtin Mounter, Nelson, Ohman, Osbome, Perkins, Peters, Peterson Prickett, Pugsley, Randles, Rathvon, Reddekopp, Renting Ringstad, Rogers, Rusk, Russell, Sherriff Simmons, Snyder, Strandberg, Sylliaason Templeton, Trueblood, Vinal Wicks, Williams ' Wright ,gg .e.25,f sill :.:,'5s- :vm -,1 .K V V .,gf2fA--' lv-ii .why .wk 1 ,JP , and-awvrr FA- ' 11,1 4515 TWENTY-FIRST AVENUE NORTHEAST FOUNDED IN 1904 IOTA, 1909-46 CHAPTERS ' 'is' 'L f5:Q'41 'E' E1 , mf J i . 'N K an A 5,515 -5,.'i'5 'QfwfgF,g'-A215 -M .L E. "g, 'fn 7' :fi "M fm: 'lr nf. 1906 EAST FORTY-FIFTH STREET FOUNDED IN 1897 UPSILON, 1915-43 CHAPTERS Alpha Umicron Pi Twice a winner was Ernestine Brown, who took first place in The Daily,s ad contest and in one of the Columns sales scrambles-her versatility spread to Phalanx vice-presidency and the Tyee sweetheart contest . . Virginia Champney is an oftime committee member . . AOPi's took their bow when they received honorable mention for their float at the Stanford Rally. SENIORS . . .Lee Chapman, Alice Knowles, Mary Reed. JUNIORS . . . Virginia Champney, Dorothy Finlayson, Nancy Keller, Priscilla Webber. SOPHOMORES . . . Peggy Adams, Ernestine Brown, Charlotte Field. I PLEDGES . . . Florence Casey, Ruth Hellenthal, Musette Haack, Mary Ellen Krug, Reba Shannon, Virginia Williams, Dorothy Warmbold. fs will i wi , ,.,' A of f. .- F -SH--E g,. ,5ilf,Eff1???fi an 4 .fiat-.-?'?i, 3 im qw I-iii file .1 'ff' if . fag. 3,3 , 23 Ji iiiii' i. L 'a-, was Z , vi "' 5 . 'xv . Mg . ' '. ., N xl -.fm . aa Q- X. K "iv 6" . -an w. Q as i 2 ,F . , i l'N-vim -A if-. J aw 1.1 ' fag 31' ff ark., .. W V, W , ,. . J, ii l 'W-.ffl - T 4- F5155 i 'F-, rC4i,1.i.,'5 ,. gi. vi,-2? sail V If 2 T H E P1 CT U R ES Adams, Brown. Casey. Field fix' f f- . ' 5 fi ggi? ""VE Finlayson, CHAPMAN President, Haack , asf ,. ., 'ifaij 7 f' ,7 gi AQ, - 1, 7-3, 'i ff" 1-, HelE:nthali,KeillE.,i31 t -in 1 'Y M. QE, 1- ' 15' if ag .5 K 1 . y , annon Q 45 7 -W 'F' ,ii if I 3 H -fi 2 fifi 471. 'H - .V nowlvarmxbuoid, slgebbet' . :Fe " rg? 'QDXQ '3' if'-Ti Nil -5 9-Lffi' , Xi' '- Williams ana, an-f,.-e-a ...Tir 1 - f -if -- .LL -1 va- ' X 105 TM Alpha Phi Alpha Phi's are strong in service honoraries, with three Mortar Board members, Margery Robinson, who is also house presidentg'iMarjorie Shields, Tyee editor and senior class secretary, and Adele Schunke, vice- president of A. W. S .... Two additional members of Totem Club are Kathryn Hammer, Tyee associate editor, and Charlotte Wright, A. S. U. W. secretary and women's rally chairman . . . "W" Keys hang on Jacqueline Kalushe, Edith Herber, Elizabeth Van Fleet, and Dorothy Parks. GRADUATES . . . Ruth H. Johnson, Ruth Van Arsdale. SENIORS . . . Marian Current, Jean Dobb, Dorothy Eicher, Dorothyan Ethington, Harriet Foster, Kathryn Hammer, Virginia Kesling, Elizabeth Rhodes. Margery Robinson, Adele Schunke, Marjorie Shields, Evelyn Thurston, Charlotte Wright. JUNIORS . . . Mary Louise Anderson, Marjorie Auda, Druscilla Badraun, Marjorie Bailey, Kathleen Butler, Marian Cornwall, Barbara Foss, Shirley Frolich, Betty Gilbert, Betty Jacobson, Esther Jobes, Jacqueline Kalushe. Marv Kaye, Betty Lake, Betty Lucas, Gertrude Schryver, Elizabeth Ruffcorn, Jean Ruggles, Joan Schmitz, Patricia Trumbull, Elizabeth Van Fleet, Janet Vincent, Clara Young. SOPHOMORES . . . Frances Condie, Betty Cornelius, Eleanor Eaton, Joan Ellsworth, Geradline Gellatly, Shirley Jones, Betty Jane Linney, Barbara Lowther, Dorothy Parks, Margaret Reading, Barbara Ridgeway, Rosemary Stewart. PLEDGES . . . Lois Aubert, Nadine Becker, Mary Helen Block, Ann Boss, Dorothy Buckner, Shirley Cameron, Gerda Cornell, Marie Floe, Justine Foss, Eloise Hargrave, Edith Herber, Dorothea Johnson, Marjorie Kesling, Arlene King, Jane Lowe, Harriet Malott, Edith Mae Mattson, Sara Jayne Perkins, Patricia Poe, Margaret Reichardt, Bernadine Robinson, Marjorie Schwalen, Marjorie Severyns, Dorothy Sheller, Ann Shively, Florence Spinner, Mary Buell Stewart, Frances Wayland Stone, Marjorie Swenson, Betsy Thompson, Lois Wilson, Joeine Wood. THE PICTURES Anderson, Aubert, Auda, Baclraun, Bailey, Becker, Block Boss, Buckner, Butler, Cameron, Condie, Cornelius, Cornell Cornwall, Current, ROBINSON, M., President, Dobb, Eaton Eicher, Ellsworth, Ethington, Floe Foss, B., Foss, J., Frolich, Gellatly, Gilbert. Hammer, Hai-grave Herber, Jobes, Johnson, Jones, Kalushe, Kaye, Kesling, M. Kesling, V., King, Lake. Linney, Lowe, Lowther, Lucas Malott, Mattson, Parks, Perkins, Poe, Reading, Reichardt Rhodes. Ridgeway, Robinson, B., Rufccorn, Ruggles, Schmitz. Schryver. Schunke Schwalen, Severyns, Sheller, Shields, Shively, Spinner, Stewart, M. B. Stewart, R., Stone, Swenson, Thompson, Thurston Trumbull. Van Fleet, Vincent, Wilson Wood, Wright, Young ff" W - .P 27 1900 EAST FORTY-SEVENTH STREET FOUNDED IN 1872 SIGMA, 1914-37 CHAPTERS Alpha Xi Delta Crooning Dorothy Warden won a place in the radio Varsity Show and found time to be assistant editor of "It Is Done" . . . Y. W. C. A. Council members are Ruth Mary Larsen, Totem Club treasurer, and Margaret Stiles, Panhellenic Scholarship chairman, Ruth Keefhaver attends Sigma Epsilon Sigma meetings and may be found any afternoon at The Daily, while Joyce Hulbush arranges the social calendar 'for Totem Club. SENIORS . . . jane Berkey, Katheryn Brown, Betty Dean, Joyce Hulbush, Ruth Mary Larsen, Alyce Longbottom, Lucile McLaren, Maxine Miller, Luella Morris, Helen Robertson, Madeline Rowland, Margaret Stiles. IUNIORS . . . Elizabeth Angevine, Lorene Currier, Jacqueline Ellsworth, Helen Hotchkiss, Ruth Keefhaver, Marjorie King, Lois Langenhan, Mary Jane McGrath, Janet Miles, Jane Sypher, June Wood. SOPHOMORES . . . Dorothy Adamson, Ardene Fairbrook, jane Forde, Marjorie Lintner, Norine Settergren, Dorothy Warden. PLEDGES . . . Jean Alexander, Clarice Atkeson, Marian Berkey, Ruth Bernnard, Carol Blood, Betty Cooper, Mary Margaret Duffy, Jean Fisher, Adrienne French, Gwendolyn Grant, Dolly Gray, Eleanor Hansen, Joan Hetherington, Helen Hettrick, Helen Hill, Maxine Hipkoe, Mary Ann Johnson, -Lorraine Kenyon, Shirley La Fray, Margaret Larsen, Betty Lilly, Mary McDonnell, Edna Smith, Susan Smith, Jacqueline Springer, Suzanne Startup, Barbara Synnestvedt, Helen Tyrrell, Pauline Werner. THE PICTURES M Alexander, Angevine, Adamson, Atkeson, Berkey, j., Berkey, . Bernnard, Brown, Currier, Dean, Ellsworth, Fairbrook Fisher, Forde, STILES, President, French, Grant Gray, Hansen, Hetherington, Hettrick Hill, Hipkoe, Hotchkiss, Hulbush, Johnson, Keefhaver Kenyon, King, La Fray, Langenhan, Larsen, M., Larsen, R. Lilly, Lintner, Longbottom, McDonnell, McGrath, McLaren Miles, Miller, Morris, Robertson, Rowland Settergren, Smith, E., Smith, S., Springer Startup, Synnestvedt, Tyrrell Warden, Wamer, Wood -H " 'f.A,:y:,' if, -,c.,,,. .,.., 4541 NINETEENTH AVENUE NORTHEAST FOUNDED IN 1893 NU, 1907-54 CHAPTERS 107 Chi Umega Chi O's had their share of gavel wielding, with Marylaird Small, A. W. S. president, and Jean Cowie, Totem Club president . . . pledges did their part by bringing home Columns sales prizes and winning first in their Home- coming sign . . . wearers of the "W" Key necklace are Doxie Witter, A. W. S. scholarship chairman, Betty Belle Morrison, assistant activity chairman, and Margaret Trzcinski. GRADUATE . . . Rebecca Hopkins. SENIORS . . . Marjorie Cartwright, Jean Cowie, Mary Alice Jameson, Phyllis MacGregor, Margaret May, Mary Jean Mead, Bettie Munger, Mary Sheflield, Ann Sherburne, Marylaird Small, Berta Umpleby. JUNIORS . . . Alice Bollerud, Mary Louise Bryant, Frances Coy, Peggy Fraser, Virginia Hjort, Geraldine Howe, Mary Louise McBride, Betty Moody, Jean Claire Ransom, Margaret Trzcinski, Doxie Witter. SOPHOMORES . . . Virginia Alderson, Helena Borkland, Jean Brachvogel, Edith Hopkins, Elizabeth Johnson, Madalyn Mead, Charlotte Miller, Saxon Miller, Betty Belle Morrison, Iverne Perry, Lois Seaman, Jane Sorley, Betty Telfer, Elaine Tubbs, Mary Jean Welty. PLEDGES . . . June Anderson, Elaine Brophy, Betty Jean Campbell, June Cook, Barbara Craemer, Betty Davis, Gail Davis, Dorothea Dean, Ruthmary Downard, Mary Gordon, Ursula Hill, Betty Horton, Claire Hurley, Virginia Jackson, Florence Kari, Beverley Kirkwood, Emily Kollenborn, Georgia Littlepage, Patricia McGovern, Margaret Miller, Virginia Petrie, Norma Phinney, Margaret May Saunders, Betty Sheehan, Jean Small, Patricia Spies, Katherine Telfer, Jeanne Woodard, Charlotte Woodrow. THE PICTURES Alderson, Anderson, Bollerud, Borkland, Brophy, Bryant Cowie, Coy, Craemer, Davis, B., Davis, G., Downard Fraser, Gordon. WITTER, President, Hill, Hjort Hopkins, E., Hopkins, R., Horton, Howe Hurley, Jackson, Jameson, Johnson, Kirkwood, Kollenborn May, MacGregor, McBride, McGovern, Mead, Maclalyn, Mead, Mary Jean Miller, C., Miller, M., Miller, S., Morrison, Moody, Munger Perry, Petrie, Phinney, Ransom, Saunders, Seaman Sheffield, Sheehan, Sherbume, Small, J., Small, M., Sorley Spies, Telfer, B., Telfer, K., Trzcinski, Tubbs Umpleby, Welty, Woodard, Woodrow ,,J- . 1-U' AEE -fs-1 , 45: L,-.52 P-,nl ., rn., llffjl sly . '-fvgqgib, , ' 64 'i WHL: J 1717 EAST FORTY-SEVENTH STREET FOUNDED IN 1895 ALPHA, 1909-91 CHAPTERS I ,x Wlyfi H , INS gg:-31 Delta Delta Delta Stars in Tri De1t's crown are Harriet Holman, Panhellenic president and member of Mortar Board and Totem Club . . . Harriet Morrison of The Daily Society Staff . . . a Tri Delt queen is Mimi Lilygren, who reigned as princess of last year's Cadet ball . . . looking after the Freshmen is Eleanor Bird, A. W. S. Coed-Counselor chairman and manager of "W" Key . . . Tri Delts triumphed when they were awarded the gold cup for their singing at the All-University Songfest last spring. SENIORS . . . Elizabeth Bannister, Helen Brown, Patricia Conover, Harriet Holman, Mary Hunt, Dorothy Livesey, Jean Rankin, Marjorie Steele, Frances Welty, Gertrude Wood. JUNIORS . . . Carolyn Baker, Ruth Baten, Eleanor Bird, Mary Jane Brown, Catherine Clegg, Dorothea Crockett, Jane Elton, Juliamary Ham, Lois Adele Hart, Dorothy Hughes, Mary Kay Lilygren, Dorothy Meeker, Harriet Morrison, Jacklyn Outouse, Polly Ann Parker, Daisy Philbrick, Barbara Rankin, Jean Sanderson, Bernice Scholes, Virginia Sessoms, Jean Sheldon, Betty Strain, Janet Thompson, Bernice Young. SOPHOMORES . . . Eleanor Carpenter, Margaret Caskin, Shirley Causton, Helen Crawford, Frances Cutliffe, Jane Eilertsen, Lois Jean King, Jeanne Leigh, Miriam Lilygren, Beverly Minnette, Eleanor Nilsen, Rose Poitevin, Mary Dee Sanderson, Janet Schluter, Janice Scott, Betty Jane Snow. PLEDGES . . . Catherine Brennesholtz, Joy Browne, Mariella Cleveland, Virginia Davis, Claribel Farr, Doris Green, Jeanette Rae Ham, Joan Hanley, Celia Harrison, Mary Gail Harvey, Jean I-Iemrich, Ruth Margaret Jeans, Jean Kidwiler, Wanda Kimes, Joan Knudsen, Eleanore Leede, Kay Maloney, Helen Olds, Jean Ranyard, Catherine Routt, Ida Samuelson, Sharlie Sanderson, Patricia Selvin, Virginia Whaley. THE PICTURES Baker, Bannister, Baten, Bird, Brennesholtz, Brown, H., Brown, M. J. Browne, Carpenter, Caskin, Causton, Clegg, Conover, Crawford Crockett, Cutliife, WOOD, President, Davis, Eilertsen Elton, Farr, Green, Ham, Jeannette h Ham, Juliamary, Hanley, Harrison, Hart, Harvey, Hemrxch, Holman Hughes, Hunt, Jeans, Kidwiler, Kimes, King, Knudsen D Leede, Lilygren, M. K., Lilygren, M., Livesey, Meeker,-Minnette, Morrison Nilsen, Olds, Outouse, Parker, Philbrick, Poetevm, Rankin, B. Rankin, J., Ranyard, Routt, Samuelson, Sanderson, J., Sanderson, M. D. Sanderson, S., Schluter, Scott, Selvin, Sessoms Sheldon, Snow, Steele, Strain Thompson, Welty, Whaley Young an ll el nh, we A 4527 TWENTY-FIRST AVENUE NORTHEAST FOUNDED IN 1888 THETA ALPHA, 1909-88 CHAPTERS .ii 5 -so E2 if 'K 1 ,lll l -i f f-sl ie., as 1 4, ,N - as aan an " u N, ,Veg .H -neg .g5a.l. .6- ' f 7 l itll ea- sg l "- -H l nf 'fl ' - '. .Ml 109 Delta Gamma Girls who wear the golden anchor are now settled in their white brick Colonial home facing Twenty-first . . . well known on the campu are Eunice Blaney, House President and A. S. U. W. Senior Representative . . . Alice Ogden, Mortar Board, Totem Club, "W" Key and Sigma Epsilon Sigma . . . Margaret Huntoon, Totem Club . . . Patsy Jackson, A. S. U. W. Secretary . . . "W" Key wearers are Camille Ness, Priscilla Brown and Mary Jane Johnson, Associate Editor of Tyee . . . Carolyn Colby, A. W. S. Secretary . . . Mary Richards, Y. W. C. A., Daily and Tyee, and Rowena Stubbs, Assistant Standards Chairman. SENIORS . . . Harriet Jean Aston, Eunice Blaney, Barbara Donovan, Betty Downey, Evelyn Fosse, Frances Harrison, Ruth Hirst, Jean Hoyt, Margaret Huntoon, Gwendolyn Jones, Mary Kellogg, Mary Lou Kohls, Mary McPhail, Patricia O'Connor, Alice Ogden, Laura Spencer, Ann Winders, Jean Wingate. JUNIORS . . . Jane Avery, Margaret Bagshaw, Patricia Bartlett, Janice Bostwick, Louise Boyd, Betty Jo Campbell, Betty Jane Carl, Catherine Clark, Carolyn Colby, Sarah Curd, Jean Downey, Nancy Emerson, Harriet Harrison, Patsy Jackson, Mary Jane Johnson, Mary McDonald, Kathleen O'Connor, Josephine Pospisil, Mary Richards, Jean Robertson, Mildred Shepherd, Rowena Stubbs, Donna Rue Teats. - SOPHOMORES . . . Jean Baxter, Phyllis L. Clark, Cleata Gunn, Catherine Holmes, Georgene Hubbard, Josephine Jeffers, Jane Jefferson, Barbara A. Jones, Barbara E. Jones, Eleanor McAlpin, Shirley McCroskey, Mary Jane McDonald, Jean Morris, Camille Ness, Aenid Rogers, Mary Louise Sullivan, Peggy Jean Swick, Catherine Wood. PLEDGES . . . Barbara Anderson, Ann Barks, Betty Bouton, Iola Brown, Priscilla Brown, Doris Carlquist, Mae Carlson, Patty Cowan, Patricia Davis, Elizabeth Goode, Virginia Hamilton, Nancy Harris, Mary Elizabeth Hoyt, Ruth Huntoon, Ida Louko, Mary McMahon, Barbara Nordby, Nancy Phair, Helen Rupp, Nina Lue Sanderson, Nancy Jane Smith, Dorothy Taft, Martha Wagner, Grace Alice Williams. THE PICTURES Anderson, Avery, Bagshaw, Barks, Bartlett, Baxter, Bostwick Bouton, Boyd, Brown, I., Brown, P., Campbell, Carl, Carlquist Carlson, Clark, C., BLANEY, President, Clark, P., Colby Cowan, Curd, Davis, Donovan Downey, B.. Downey, J., Emerson, Goode, Gunn, Hamilton. Harris Harrison, F., Harrison, H., Hirst, Holmes, Hoyt, J., Hoyt, M. E., Hubbard Huntoon, M., Huntoon, R., Jackson, Jeffers, Jefferson, Johnson, Jones, B. A. Jones, B. E., Jones, G., Kohls, Kellogg, Louko, McCroskey, McDonald McMahon, McPhail, Morris, Ness, Nordby, O'Connor, Ogden Pospisil, Phair, Richards, Robertson, Rogers, Rupp Sanderson, Shepherd, Smith, Spencer, Stubbs Sullivan, Taft, Teats, Wagner Williams, Wingate, Wood t v 2012 EAST FORTY-FIFTH STREET FOUNDED IN 1874 BETA, 1903-47 CHAPTERS E 5 it ? A W 2 i 5 Vw I 1 ii ' l A Nga.: i ' l , ww ' fl WJ. 24? 5-J.: :Rss xxx wages. P HO 'if-fi W ' ri KS -gg exft, pl? ' f L " .fy ,N W M ,H K as . M . fe- fs- fl. exile VL, ' elif i -W. .6351 KY M5 E-f' as 2 ' Vrop ROWJ Kay La Gasa, Kappa, hears words of wisdom from Jamie Dexter. ISECOND ROWJ Kappa Delta pledges receive corsages from the house. ITHIRD ROWJ Joe Brothertcm, Psi U, meets Jean Ward and Betty Gibbs. Peggy Arneson, Gamma Phi House President, squeezes the ha Gwen Rion, Jane McCaffrey and Sarah Hopkins LBOTTOM ROWJ Alpha Phi pledge line before receiving callers. ewes emnet ' dawn Fall on the campus . . . Walking to class in the rain . . . pledge night . . . shiny buttons and satin ribbons for all the World to see . . . beaming girls smothered in gardenias . . . the fun of being a pledge and waiting to meet the wonder man who is always going to be in the next quarter's class. nds of if w r NM 1 w 111 mil-if LTOP ROWJ fish Fall F ' , "aa" V1 2217" ' mfr? are Oregon rally queens, Ruth Starrett, Patsy Warren, Aida Macchi, Betty Lou Drake, June Brown and Jean Rawson, lavish attention on the Husky pup. Pass the mustard and hold that line! Bonnie McPherson strikes a Napoleonic pose with a hot dog. . IMIDDLE ROWQI On a sweltering day in the stadium, Gamma Phis Fay Megee and Audrey Bullis pant for a sip of orange pop. Hike! Bill Banks shifts the ball to Bill Hubbach while the rest of the Fiji brothers, Don Trueblood, Leonard Vaupell, Alex Stuart and Bud Jamison look on. IBOTTOM ROWJ just before the battle, Jimmy Johnston, Husky footballer, sneaks a snooze on a cozy davenport. Kay Kennedy, Jimmy Crane, Mona Firnstahl and Munro Pineo try some fancy double couple stuff at the Alpha Gam-SAE roller-skating party. Delta Zeta Winner of more medals than a general, Barbara Clement, manager of the Women's Rille Team, has been presented with medals for her marksmanship at Governor's Day for four years . . . receiving invitations to Matrix Table, which honors outstanding college women, were Bronwen Pratt of "WH Key and Barbara Clement . . . Donnabelle Moodie is a member of Zeta Phi Eta honorary . . . Marcia Hopper is active in the Penthouse theatre. FACULTY . . . Mary Benton, Bernice Shorrock, Ruth Wilson. GRADUATES . . . Mabel Brownell, Peggy Holmes, Mary Elizabeth Kable, Pauline Shady. SENIORS . . . Margaret Ball, Betty Brown, Barbara Clement, Louise Mangrum, Donnabelle Moodie, Pearl Oien, Mary Phelan, Bronwen Pratt, Elfrieda Reifenberger, Carol Royer, Dorothy Shipton, Imogene Steele, Dorothy Thompson. JUNIORS . . . Alice Dickie, Kathryn Mcllraith, Sentilia Rosi, Freda Shepherd, Phyllis Shields, Margaret Willson. SOPHOMORES . . . Janet Dunlop, Helen Mae Griffin, Frances Parks, Jessie Lorraine Peregrine, Dorothy Van de Water, Jeanne Zugehoer. PLEDGES . . . Muriel Bibby, Martha Bittman, Marguerite Harris, May Jean Henry, Marcia Hopper, Kathryn Kelly, Clarine Knight, Loreen E. Lee, Marilynn Lunde, Lorraine Lyons, Marianna Moyer, Betty Lou Racine, Helen Spencer, Barbara Toms, Dorothy Wolf. THE PICTURES Bibby, Bittman, Brown, Brownell, Clement Dunlop, Griffin, Harris, Henry, Hopper Kelly, DICKIE, President, Knight Lee, Lunde Lyons, Mcllraith, Mangrum, Moodie, Moyer Oien, Parks, Peregrine, Phelan, Pratt Racine, Reifenberger, Rosi, Royer, Shady Shepherd, Shields, Shipton, Steele, Toms Van de Water, Willson, Wolf, Zugehoer , 112 fi Q, . Y foikig? - 4535 EIGHTEENTH AVENUE NORTHEAST FOUNDED IN 1902 KAPPA, 1913-57 CHAPTERS 113 ,, Three sweaters with Mortar Board emblems hang in the closets of Betty Davidson, president of the honorary, Margaret Arneson, house president and former A. W. S. Scholarship chairman, and Helen Poe, activity chairman of A. W. S .... These activity hustlers also wear the Totem Pole . . . Rose Williams is secretary of the junior Class . . . Betty Adams, smooth skiier, also knows the password into the A. W. S. council-room . . . Pretty Peggy Horrocks headed the Lily Pons A. W. S. Concert . . . Pat Weeks and Marjorie Garvin are "W" Key members. SENIORS . . . Margaret Arneson, Elise Brophy, jane Cortelyou, Betty Davidson, Mary Margaret Featherstone, Janet Feddersen, Kathryn Graham, Virginia Helm, Dorothy Menten, Helen Poe, janet Sanders, Marian Wandell, Katharine Welch. JUNIORS . . . Betty Adams, Barbara Bryan, Audrey Bullis, Eileen Driscoll, Kathleen Field, Katherine Hoover, Peggy Horrocks, Kathryn Jeklin, Mary Lou Klinker, Margaret Le Cocq, Jane McCaffray, Fay Meggee, Jean Morrill, Jean Morrison, Priscilla Perry, Gwen Ruge, Ellen Stewart, Alice Wanamaker, Patricia Weeks, Rose Williams. SOPHOMORES . . . Elizabeth Augustine, Mary Egbert, Marjorie Garvin, Margaret Kelly, Nancy Marion, Janet O'Leary, Mary Pike, Genevieve Schroeder, Imogene Welch, Helen Wentworth. PLEDGES . . . Susanne Fisher, Nancy Hoover, Sarah Hopkins, Wilma Hoover, Myrn Kinnear, Mary Lewis, Betty Jene Lothrop, Martha Marble, Dorothea McCaffray, Marcia Moore, Bette Nairn, Kathryn Paulson, Gwendolyn Rion, Mary Frances Roberts, Mary Lou Sander, Betty Smith, Frances Stanton, Patricia Ward, Jean Warren, Mary Weatherston. THE PICTURES Adams, Brophy, Bryan, Bullis, Cortelyou, Davidson Driscoll, Egbert, Feddersen, Featherstone, Field, Fisher Garvin, Graham, ARNESON, President, Helm, Hoover, N. Hoover, W., Hopkins, Horrocks, ,Ieklin Kelly. Kinnear, Klinker. LeCocq. Lewis, Lathrop McCaffray, D., McCaffray, J., Marble, Marion, Meggee, Menten Moore, Morrill, Morrison, Nairn, O'Leary, Paulson Perry, Pike, Poe, Rion, Roberts, Ruge Sander, Sanders, Schroeder, Smith, Stanton, Stewart Wanamaker, Wandell, Ward, Warren, Weatherston Welch, I., Welch, K., Wentworth, Williams Kappa Alpha Theta Theta smarties Betty Clawson, Brownie Ann Black, Barbara Curran and Ingrid Flakstad made Phi Bete, or Sigma Epsilon Sigma . . . Kate Robbins headed Tolo, the annual wornen's night out, and is an ace activity woman as shown in her Mortar Board and Totem Club member- ships . . . "W" Key members are Barbara Curran, Ingrid Flakstad, and Paula Barton, who is also A. W. S. Standard's chairman . . . Betty Gibbs won two choice plums as vice-president of the Y. W. C. A. Freshman Council and treasurer of the Freshman class. SENIORS . . . Maxine Casey, Betty Curtice Clawson, Betty Jane Davis, Patricia Hergert, Kathryn Livesey, Jean McDonald, Betty McGhie, Helen Melton, Dorthe Mount, Margaret Rawson, Katharine Robbins, Jean Ross, Jane Templeton, Virginia Weiner, Eleanor White. JUNIORS . . . Paula Barton, Mary Eggert, Elizabeth Eggert, Jean Gabie, Marjorie Goetz, Helen Louise Hill, Muriel Jarvis, Antoinette Mahncke, Eleanor Sheehan, Ruth Stotler, Marjorie Wallace, Mary Webb, Clare Whitehouse, Betty Jane Wiggins. SOPHOMORES . . . Jane Andrews, Catharine Avison, Helen Bathurst, Brownie Ann Black, Jean Coblentz, Mary Francis Courtney, Barbara Curran, Peggy d'Evers, Helen Fosse, Barbara McCurdy, Gloria Pierce, Kathryn Puryear, Ruth Quigley, Shirley Say, Helene Snow, Betty Gene Williams. PLEDGES. .Bett Adams Elizabeth Ambrose Marian - Y a , Bloomquist, Jane Brokaw, Nan Challacombe, Henna Culmback, Betty Des Camp, Ingrid Flakstad, Betty Gibbs, Jane Griffiths, Kathrine Huick, Lois Johnson, Janey Mathews, Mary Ann McLaren, Peggy Moren, Virginia Petrich, Polly Poe, Patricia Riley, Margaret Sevenich, Polly Ann Schnoor, Gretchen Ann Smith, Mary Jeanne Ward. THE PICTURES Adams, Ambrose, Andrews, Avison, Barton, Bathurst, Black Bloomquist, Brokaw, Casey, Challacombe, Clawson, Coblentz, Courtney Culmback, Curran, HERGERT, President, Davis, Des Camp d'Evers, Eggert, E., Eggert, M., Flakstad Fosse, Gabie, Gibbs, Goetz, Grifliths, Hill, Huick Jarvis, Johnson, Livesey, McCurdy, McDonald, McGhie, McLaren Mahncke, Mathews, Melton, Moren, Mount, Petrich, Pierce Poe, Puryear, Quigley, Rawson, Riley, Robbins Ross, Say, Schnoor, Sevenich, Sheehan Smith, Snow, Stotler, Templeton Wallace, Ward, Webb Weiner, White, Whitehouse Wiggins, Williams -'V-'I' A S I LPN. 4521 SEVENTEENTH AVENUE NORTHEAST FOUNDED IN 1870 ALPHA LAMBDA, 1908-59 CHAPTERS 4 l I 69 'vl 9, Kappa Delta Crack shots at the Kappa Delta house are Jocelyn Dohm, Alberta Krieger and Elinor Raymond, members of the Women's Rifle Club . . . Activity Women are Marian Hood on the A. W. S. Council, who as Panhellenic librarian keeps busy circulating books around Greek Row, and Sylvia Davis, vice-president of the B. A. Womenls Vocational Club . . . Margaret Winger is a member of Sigma Epsilon Sigma, Zeta Mu Tau and Pi Mu Epsilon . . . Phi Mu Gamma members are Jeraldine Kluck and Joan Montgomery. GRADUATES . . . Grace Denny, Edna Saer, Miriam Terry. SENIORS . . . Ferne Base, Alice Burnett, Marian E. Hood, Elinor Kallasch, Alberta Krieger, Margaret McNelly, Peggy Moran, Elinor Raymond, Jean Sloane, Ynez Stevens, Margaret Winger. JUNIORS . . . Sylvia Davis, Marguerite Greb, Cynthia Lilley, Thelma Saito. SOPHOMORES . . . Lois Button, Ruth Craig, Jocelyn Dohm, Lucille Foley, Joan Idell Griswold, Helen Lawrence, Joan Montgomery, Rhodesa Orphan, Vivienne Sprague. PLEDGES . . . Maxine Base, E. Katherine Bengston, Florence Ann Berg, Betty Bissett, Geraldine Burriss, Jane Byers, Ann Caldwell, Elizabeth Ann Chisholm, Dorothy Dupar, Loretta Ellis, Ruth Hatch, Mary Elizabeth Houston, Helen Jorgensen, Kathryn Kennedy, Jeraldine Kluck, Helen Lamb, Alice Lee, Laurene Lindgren, Kathleen Monahan, Patricia Monahan, Edna Murry, Emaline Muzzy, Jane Quagliotti-Romano, Barbara Robison, Lou Servey, Marion Shumaker, Bernadette Stemler, Jean Stumberg, Nancy Jean Temple, Virginia Thomas, Helen Tope, Barbara Wear, Phyllis Virginia Wilder, Vivian Zido. THE PICTURES Base, F., Base, M., Bengston, Berg, Bissett, B., Burnett Burriss, Button, Byers, Caldwell, Chisholm, Craig Davis, Dohm, HOOD, President, Dupar, Ellis Foley, Greb, Griswold, Hatch Houston, Kallasch, Kluck, Krieger, Lamb, Lawrence Lee, Lilley, Lindgren, Monahan, K., Monahan, P. Montgomery, Moran, Muzzy, Muzzy, Orphan, Raymond Robison, Saito, Servey, Shumaker, Sloane Sprague, Stemler, Stevens. Stumberg Temple, Thomas, Tape, Wear Wilder, Winger, Zido X-7 1 l Go in Q' , at PQ: Iggfl'-if fill' '95 '?a4KA 1, '73, iv' 4524 SEVENTEENTI-I AVENUE NORTHEAST FOUNDED IN 1897 SIGMA IOTA, 1922-70 CHAPTERS we ri. I a M -1.44 I I 'afar l r l an F 3 a 2 ..,i" , ,X !,,f.i!aiNi KJ, I iii. a as 'S W .,,, , .A , .. ' ' +. .g . . il 'I ml N - . li:-F1 . ef - S A . Kappa Kappaiiamma Margaret Bushnell and Margaret Campbell have Totem Club pins for Tuesday and Mortar Board sweaters for Wednesday . . . Panhellenic standards are superintended by House President Marian Kent . . . on Chairman Patsy Gray's slim shoulders fell the responsibility of the High School Leaders' Conference . . . Shirley Hawkins keeps the A. W. S. scrapbook up to date while being a member of Sigma Epsilon Sigma . . . the Y. W. C. A. Freshman Council looks to Jane Leech for its leadership . . . Mary Margaret Buhler and Catherine Betts pledged Phi Mu Gamma . . . the Tyee office was kept in shape by Helen Galbraith. GRADUATE . . . Ann Ferguson. SENIORS . . . Barbara Bowen, Jane Broesamle, Margaret Campbell, Martha Harrison, Catherine Kane, Lily Kennedy, Marian Kent, Janet MacDonald, Fanny Margaret Morrill, Kay O'Shea, Marge Parsons, Betty Jane Paxton, Marguerite Rolle, Elaine Studebaker. JUNIORS . . . Suzanne Bartholet, Catherine Betts, Mary Margaret Buhler, Virginia Burwell, Janet Campbell, Patsy Gray, Mary Elizabeth Groff, Shirley Hawkins, Marion Oliver, Anne Parry. SOPHOMORES . . . Marguerite Arnold, Barbara Bonnell, Mary Boyden, Jane Emerson, Jeanne Fisher, Helen Galbraith, Vera Gilardi, Ann Elizabeth Goodwin, Harriet Howell, Mildred Ives, Betty May Jones, Dorothy LaGasa, Marian LaGasa, Jean McKee, Jane Murray, Mary Marcelle Scully, Charlotte Semple, Anne Stewart, Nancy Jane Swan, Sally Vynne. PLEDGES . . . Caroline Balmer, Elizabeth Beamer, Betty Bowen, Cecily Forbes, Jean Gertridge, Charlotte Hawes, Jeannette Jahn, Mildred Elaine Jones, Kathryn LaGasa, Jane Leech, Eleanor O'Shea, Dorothy Pattullo, Caye Quigley, Maybethe Rhodes, Helen Lou Sick, Patricia Sick, Harriett Tibbals, Margaret Woodford. THE PICTURES Arnold, Balmer, Bartholet, Beamer, Betts, Bonnell Bowen, Barbara, Bowen, Betty, Boyden, Broesamle, Buhler, Burwell Campbell, J., Campbell, M., KENT, President, Emerson, Ferguson Fisher, Forbes, Galbraith, Gertrirlge Gilardi, Goodwin, Gray, Grolf, Harrison, Hawes Hawkins, Howell, Ives, Jahn, Jones, M. E., Kane Kennedy, La Gasa, D., La Gasa, K., La Gasa, M., Leech, MacDonald McKee, Morrill, Murray, Oliver, O'Shea, E., O'Shea, K, Parry, Parsons, Pattullo, Paxton, Quigley, Rhodes Rolle, Scully, Sick, H., Sick, P., Semple, Stewart Studebaker, Swan, Tibbals, Vynne, Woodford HD 4504 EIGHTEENTH AVENUE NORTHEAST FOUNDED IN 1870 BETA PI, 1905-52 CHAPTERS .- .emepfi sm M. :,,ff, QF, w fbtfk, Z' 5491 details. K, 2 i is. 'Z X- hill 5 . .',f.,:ep.:Q. J- . .. .E ff " . 'E' " i - H7 r Phi Mu "Horses, horses, crazy over horses," is Rena Cox, Phi Mu house president, Who has been riding the ring as chairman of the University Horse Show for three years . . . shining light is Jean Carter, "W" Key member, chairman of the sales of "It Is Done" and member of A. W. S. and Y. W. C. A. Councils . . . Genevieve Strandberg is Coed Counsellor chairman and Phalanx member . . . Jane Storhow budgets the money of the Home Economics Club. GRADUATES . . . Ariel Stout, Margaret Tully. SENIORS . . . Caroline Battin, Rena Cox, Violet Farran, Marjorie Johnston, Elizabeth Pratt, Janes Storhow, Glenora Waters, Lois West. JUNIORS . . . Jean Carter, Doris Jewell, Barbara Keith, Edna Rosenkranz. SOPHOMORES . . . Joy Buck, Doris Dool, Margie Ivey, Alice MacKinnon, Rosemary McLaughlin, Genevieve Strandberg. PLEDGES . . . Miriam Anderson, Frances Beatty, Jeannette Borg, Carol Daniels, Eleanor Earnest, Marian Haagen, Marjorie Haisman, Geneva Koher, Jeannette Lewis, Betty Little, Bettie Maron, Natalie Olmsted, Victoria Peters, Ruth Steenbergen.. THE PICTURES Anderson, Battin. Beatty, Borg, Buck Carter, Daniels, Dool, Earnest, Far-ran Haagen, COX, President, Haisrnan Ivey, Jewell Keith, Koher, Lewis, Little, McLaughlin Maron, Olmsted, Peters, Pratt Rosenkranz, Steenbergen, Storhow Strandberg, Waters ' West P. B 'Q Ph. Popular choice for executive secretary of All-University dances is blonde Barbara Horrocks, who called roll at Varsity Ball and last spring Sports Promenade Corn- mittee meetings . . . Phi Bete keys dangle before Phyllis Howard and Jean Coon, who are already members of Sigma Epsilon Sigma . . .' Phyllis already has a "WH Key. . .and so have Margaret Wilson and Marjorie Hood, who was head of the Hall johnson Concert . . . Dorothy Seamans has a place on the A. W. S. Council and Gene Graham spends her time at the "Y" Cottage. SENIORS . . . Katherine Blade, Martha Burkhart, Carol Byles, Louise Conner, Sally Dawson. Eleanor Gagan, Barbara Horrocks, Mary Josephine O'Brien, Elizabeth Phillips, Katherine Phillips, Margaret Stewart, Gwen Stranquist, Ione Thompson, Flomarie Wheeler, Gwynne Williams, Margaret Wilson. JUNIORS . . . Phyllis Donnelly, Geraldine Hanny, Audrey I-Iinkle, Marjorie Hood, Harvie Hull, Dorothy Johnson, Jayne Lamping, Annie MacLeish, Elizabeth Plant, Mary Helen Pruitt, Gratia Riesche, Dorothy Seamans, Jane Wiley, Barbara Winn, Louise Wood. SOPHOMORES . . . Josette Ames, Wilma Baxter, Ellen Crosby, Bernice Curtis, Virginia Dayton, Helen Gilkey, Gene Graham, Phyllis Howard, jean Miller, Dorothy Mueller, Dorothy Olson, Mary Eloise Wand, Grace Yantis. PLEDGES . . . Jane Bell, Mary Patricia Brown, Helen Burkheimer, jean Coon, Emma Esther Hensel, Patricia Kelly, Ellen McManus, Margaret Murrill, Loretta O'Brien, Svdney Parker, Patricia Phelps, Gwen Piggott, Jeanne Plath, Elizabeth Polson, Elizabeth Ripley, Marjorie Sandstrom, Marie Severyns, Ann Simenstad, Loi'na Studebaker, Mary Thayer, Elizabeth Ann Thompson, Jane Worthington, Jane Valentine. THE PICTURES Ames, Baxter, Bell, Blade, Brown, Burkhart, Burkheimer Byles, Conner, Coon, Crosby, Curtis, Dawson, Dayton Gagan, Gilkey, STRANQUIST, President, Graham, Hanny Hansel, Hinkle, Hood, Horrocks Howard, johnson, Kelly, Lamping, MacLeish, McManus, Miller Mueller, Murrill, O'Brien, Olson, Parker, Phelps, Phillips, E. Phillips, K., Piggott, Plant, Plath, Polson, Pruitt, Riesche Ripley, Sandstrom, Seamans, Severyns, Simenstad, Sorenson Stewart, Studebaker, Thayer, Thompson, E., Thompson, I., Valentine, Wand, Wheeler, Wiley Williams, Wilson, Winn Wood, Worthington Yantis J W, ee, 4, +,,. rf, I I8 . R, 5 . Q35 fl, ,. -' ,ffl F wi, 541. il. 'F 'm ,X .',Vr9' HHN" --5 13 QQ .J -le -13. if 1: .,, '-if, a I KV , II9 Sigma Kappa Feathers in Sigma Kappa's cap are Essie Tucker, Mortar Board and Totem Club member and vice-president of the Y. W. C. A .... Nona Fumerton, crack debater, winner of the Faculty Medal, and A. W. S. treasurer, and president of Sigma Epsilon Sigma . . . another honorary president is Rose Catherine Earley, head of "W" Key . . . other members of "W" Key are Betty Buckmaster and Bette Campbell, who is also of Totem Club . . . Dorothy Jane Meyers was trouble-shooter as circulations manager of Tyee. GRADUATE . . . Jane Ramsby. SENIORS . . . Adele Benedict, Bette Campbell, Catherine Cunliffe, Carolyn Fryar, Maryann Jones, Julia Lamberth, Doris Lincoln, Jeannette Mackie, Kathryn Meagher, Dorothy Jane Meyer, Barbara Moore, Elizabeth Ness, Mary Lou Richards, Josephine Richardson, Essey Tucker. JUNIORS . . . Marguerite Anderson, Margaret Barton, Edith Bennett, Jane Burwell, Marvel Donley, Jane Edgerly, Audrey Fredrickson, Nona Fumerton, Barbara Gilman, Marie Hoeiifier, Wilda Lane, Martha McKibben, Marion Norman, Jean Patterson, Patricia Shinn, Virginia Sonne, Patricia Sutphen. SOPHOMORES . . . Marjorie Beede, Jeanne Blair, Marion Clarke, Lucille Cooley, Grace Croucher, Beryl Cunningham, Barbara Fissell, Elizabeth Hellenthal, Aubrene Holland, Alberta Kennedy, Margaret Lewis, Alice Longfellow, Beverly Anne Moore, Jean Morgan, Edna Rashford, Marjorie Stone, Betty Lee Wilkins. PLEDGES . . . Edna Ballou, Helen Benedict, Patricia Black, Mary Elizabeth Brown, Betty Buckmaster, Dorothy Calwell, Katherine Clifford, Doris Carpenter, Rose Catherine Earley, Maribeth Eckern, May Farrell, Dora Gilmur, Betty Kirby, Ann Clair Lonergan, Mary Jane McCallum, Charlotte McLaughlin, Joyce Peterson, Patricia Pierce, Alberta Ramsey, Harriett Randles, Dorothy Richardson, Alice Roscoe, Nina Ann Scott, Margaret Sebastian, Mary Sexton, Patricia Sheehan, Celeste Shannon, Charlotte Stevens, Janet West, Marie Wicks, Mikell Wormell, Marcia Wilson, Ruth Youngs. THE PICTURES ' Anderson, Ballou, Barton, Beede, Benedict, A., Benedict, H., Bennett Black, Blair, Brown, Buckmaster, Burwell, Calwell, Campbell Carpenter, Clarke, RICHARDS, President, Clifford, Cooley Croucher, Cunliffe, Cunningham, Earley Eckern, Edgerly, Farrell, Fissell, Fredrickson, Fryar, Fumerton Gilmur, Hellenthal, Holland, Jones. Kennedy, Kirby, Lamberth Lane, Lincoln, Longfellow, Lonergan, McCallum, McLaughlin, Mackie Meagher, Meyer, Moore, Barbara, Moore, Beverly, Morgan, Ness, Norman Patterson, Peterson, Pierce, Ramsey, Randles, Richardson, D. Richardson, J., Roscoe, Scott, Sebastian. Sexton Shannon, Sheehan, Sonne, Stevens, Stone Sutphen, Tucker, West, Wilkins Wilson, Wormell, Youngs fa rw ,. 2:7 Q XX?:t 4:5 X161 I LK wp HRS! B Q .Q .Ea 4510 TWENTY-FIRST AVENUE NORTHEAST FOUNDED IN 1874 MU, 1910-45 CHAPTERS Mai ' if 'Na . ,E A' , 1 Q51-lf .-sf 'Q-i . A , 1 Qi.. ,Q W3 ff V 13, J ' 'fig H' N? - lvaaf fu x- Theta Up ilon Interests of girls in Theta Upsilon range along every phase of campus activity . . . Mary jane Lammie prefers A. W. S. committees . . . Florence McCall is busy in the Y. W. C. A. and feels at home in the "Cottage" . . . Miriam McNamee and Lulu Moran are members of the Tap Club . . . Polly Clifford plays in the University Orchestra . . . and Kathryn Cavan goes in for "drama" FACULTY . . . Erma Nelson Davis. GRADUATES . . . Margaret Guy, Mary jane Lammie, Florence McCall, Mercedes Miller, Ina Smith. SENIORS . . . Sally Lambert, Miriam McNamee, Lulu Moran, JUNIORS . . . Polly Clifford, Lillian McLellan, Marian Ward. SOPHOMORE . . . Ellinor Norcross. PLEDGES . . . Kathryn Cavan, Margaret I-Ilutchinson, Donna Ingram. THE PICTURES Cavan, Clifford, Davis McNAMEE, President Dondelinger, Hutchinson, Ingram Lammie, McCall, McLellan Moran, Norcross, Smith 0"-1 5 120 o f, 0 215.29 UU 0 4710 UNIVERSITY WAY FOUNDED IN 1914 RHO, 1928-32 CHAPTERS 'IZI Zetalau Alpha Birth of a new Wornen's Club "Antidote" is due largely to Zeta Tau Alpha's Harriette Dore and Gladys Schooley . . . Peggy Parker is a member of the Y. W. C. A. Cabinet . . . loyal lovers of Alaska are Annabel Freeburn, Gertrude Stenslid, Yukona Moyer and Helen Murree Beck, members of the Alaska Club . . . Annabel Freeburn and Gladys Miles play in the Washington Symphony Orchestra . . . Betty Rusch is a member of Sigma Tau Alpha. GRADUATE . . . Irma Zintheo. SENIORS . . . Helen Murree Beck, Annabel Freeburn, Yukona Moyer, Peggy Parker, Clara Thompson, Dorothy Windnagle. JUNIOR . . . Beth Cheetharn. SOPHOMORES . . . Imogene Beall, Edith Cline, Harriette Dore, Mary Hinton, Dorothy MacKinnon, Jessie McFarland, Edna Robinson, Marie Salmela, Gertrude Stenslid. PLEDGES . . . Mary Cline, Kathryn Gehrman, Kathleen Haley, Bettie Harris, Gladys Miles, Betty Rusch, Gladys Schooley, Anne Thompson, Lorna Wheeler, Henrietta Williams. THE PICTURES Beall, Cheetham, Cline, E., Cline, M. Dore, Freeburn, Gehrman, Haley Harris, BECK, President, Hinton McFarland, Miles Moyer, Parker, Robinson, Rusch Salmela, Schooley, Stenslid, Thompson, A. Thompson, C., Wheeler, Williams N J 19. yi -XM.: -' is 6' 11 ,lr 4, , uf, :A " , I .I 1 A - . ' 'Fil' -1 4-'-P H Lg IFS' . ,ggy-w 4731 EIGHTEENTH AVENUE NORTHEAST FOUNDED IN 1898 PSI, 1917-71 CHAPTERS T intel: sets in IITOP ROWII jim Holmes, Beta, hides in self-defense as Eunie Blaney, Delta Gamma smears him with some of the winter's first snow. One of the first formals of the season. Ellen Stewart, Chuck Jones, Peter Nissen and Dorthy Parks swish into the Sigma Nu "pig dinner." IMIDDLE ROWII In the shade of a tropical palm, Jimmy Crick, Senior Football Manager spends Christmas vacation in Hawaii playing nursernaid to the team. IQBOTTOM ROWJ Tom between two beards, Gloria Pierce, Theta, strokes the chins of Sophomore beardgrowers Jim Lewis and Gilbert Wojahn. Pledges in silhouette, two Frosh polish silver during a sorority Courtesy Week. IITOP ROWQI On the beach at Waikiki, the football team finds the tropics most interesting. Those cou1dn't be the postofhce steps, could they? Frank Garretson, Frank Peters and Steve Slivinski, also sojourning with the team on the islands seem to be polishing the pineapples. IQMIDDLE ROWJ At the Theta Christmas party, the tinsel on the tree fascinates little girl guests. Jean Evans, house president of Alpha Chi Omega, gazes out the window from her "Ideal Coed's Room," which won the Tyee Contest. IQBOTTOM ROWJ Dick Voelker and Mona Firnstahl stop for a chat during Sigma Chi informal. Pi Phis sun themselves on the house front porch. auheeeehic- N , l Ameson, Beck, Blaney, Chapman, Clark Cox, GRANT, 'PIrIesia'eizCt, Dickie I Evans, alloc Hergert, Hood, Kent, McLaughlin, McNamee Richards, Robinson, Seligman, Smith Stiles, Stranquist Witter, Wood OFFICERS President, Betty Lou Grant Secretary, Marian Clark Treasurer, Charlotte McLaughlin REPRESENTATIVES ' Alpha Chi Omega, Jean Evans Alpha Delta Pi, Tillie Ann Hallock Alpha Epsilon Phi, jean Seligman Alpha Gamma Delta, Elizabeth Smith Alpha Omicron Pi, Lee Chapman Alpha Phi, Margery Robinson Alpha Xi Delta, Margaret Stiles Delta Delta Delta, Gertrude Wood Delta Gamma, Eunice Blaney Delta Zeta, Alice Dickie Gamma Phi Beta, Margaret Arneson Kappa Kappa Gamma, Marian Kent Kap-pa Alpha Theta, Patricia Hergert Kappa Delta, Marian Hood Phi M 11, Rena Cox Pi Beta Phi, Gwen Stranquist Sigma Kappa, Mary Lou Richards Theta Upsilon, Miriam McNamee Zeta Tau Alpha, Helen Murree Beck nteefwteeuit ' - watches ri f, ,1 A,,- mi ui ' T R Y E ixmgrf. ,JJ We Allyn, Bowdey, Butterfield, Cameron, Corbin, Dahlberg Erickon, Ferris, PHILLIPS, President, Fischbach, Flint Garret, High, Hillings, Hullin Johnson, Jones, Kirkpatrick, Koch, Matthew, McCoy McHugh, McPherson, Meyer, Miller, Novak, Pottratz Ryan, Schenck, Sheldon. Shoudy Soule, Springer, Watts Williams, D., Williams, I. OFFICERS President, john Phillips Vice-President, Robert Ferris Secretary, William Watts Treasurer, Robert Johnson Prosecutor, Leslie Wilkins REPRESENTATIVES Acacia, Dennis Pottratz Alpha Delta Phi, Robert Ferris Alpha Sigma Phi, George Bowdey Alpha Tau Omega, Bruce Miller Beta Theta Pi, Earl Schenck Chi Phi, jack High Chi Psi, Donald Williams Delta Chi, Arvid Hullin Delta Kappa Epsilon, Hardyn Soule Delta Sigma Phi, Ray Allyn Delta Tau Delta, Jack Garret Delta Upsilon, John Williams Kappa Sigma, Henry Matthew Lambda Chi Alpha, Patrick B. McHugh Phi Delta Theta, Val Cameron Phi Gamma Delta, Paul Shoudy Phi Kappa Psi, Haydn I-Iillings Phi Kappa Sigma, Robert Butterfield Phi Kappa Tau, Winston Schleef Phi Sigma Kappa, Maurice Kirkpatrick Pi Kappa Alpha, Clayton Dahlberg Pi Kappa Phi, Henry Novak Psi Upsilon, William Watts Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Llew Springer Sigma Alpha Mu, Orven Fischbach Sigma Chi, Bud Erickson Sigma Nu, Sigma Phi E Tau Kap Tau Phi Theta Chi Theta Delta Theta Xi, Donald J Zeta Beta Zeta Psi, Melville Corbin 45 F.-"fl I i XR l I2 I 'R f ', - 1 X 1 f'QfT'y-'ff Ff.,J.1-3, 'v' K N ' 5.E"!E,:i1'K if , ' Qkizf. , 1 4718 ACACIA PLACE R ,1 1. in 1 , FOUNDED IN 1904 E ? , . V , 1 1 ' WASHINGTON, 1910-24 CHAPTERS E 11 tw 1 1 ., ig v ' fr ' V 1 f 1 . 1, l- :H , X '. .Y V ' V 1' .' 'I 1 Y. . ,, y. -, 1 11 - , 1,1 , . Acacia Acacia's men, between rounds of serenading from their house balcony, lead a busy college life . . . activity men are Kenneth MacLeod, president of Alpha Kappa Psi . . . Dennis Pottratz, Scabbard and Blade member who is also an Alpha Kappa Psi . . . Earl Lagergren, Alaska Club president and member of Zeta Mu Tau . . . Walter Watson and John Hansen, also members of Alpha Kappa Psi .. . athletic members are Robert Abernathy, golf team . . . Thomas Murphy, track . . . Arthur Walton, crew. GRADUATES . . . Bernard Anderson, Vernon Gould, Harold Johnson, Earl Snippen, Herbert Stewart. SENIORS . . . John R. Hansen, Robert Jackson, Kenneth MacLeod, Dennis Pottratz, James Wheeler. JUNIORS . . . Dwight Atkinson-, John Evans, Harry Katzen, Kenneth Kingston, Earl Lagergren, Robert Nelson, Byron Norman, Dennis Piper, Walter Watson. SOPHOMORES . . . Robert Abernathy, Leonard Arnall, Raymond Beman, Ashley Fuller, john Lewis, Thomas Murphy, Arthur Walton. PLEDGES . . . Peter Anderson, Frank Auchter, William Bowles Robert Carstensen, William Dexter, Lloyd Hansen, William Hawkins, Donald Johnson, Edward Medley, Jack Picard, Howard Price, Frank Ward, James Wilson. THE PICTURES Anderson, Arnall, Atkinson, Bowles, Carstensen Dexter, Fuller, Hansen, J., Hanson, L., Hawkins Pottratz, JACKSON, President, Johnson Kingston, Lewis MacLeod, Medley, Murphy Norman, Piper, Price Walton, Ward Watson, Wheeler Wilson A ' , tax , -:ns..mW..,w- ,l'2'I "W J' I Alpha Delta Phi Warren Doolittle, an Alpha Delt activity man, won recognition as A. S. U. W. vice-president, member of the Senior Managerial Council and manager of the first All-University Spring Sports Prom . . . head manager is house president Bob "Puff" Ferris, who was business manager of last year's Junior Prom, Freshman .Week and Varsity Ball plus the vice-president of the Interfraternity Council . . . Robert Van Raadshooven is the house import from Holland who sometimes wears Tyrolean shorts on the campus . . . Marion Hay, track man, speeds up the house with his Spiked Shoe activities. SENIORS . . . John Callahan, David Davis, Warren Doolittle, Robert Ferris, Boyd Huff, Robert Keller, William H. Killien, Richard Metzger, Richard Reed, Walter Stoll. JUNIORS . . . George Chandler, Gilbert Duffy, Bob Eggerman, John Fink, David Greeley, James Greenwood, Marion Hay, Kenneth Kirkwood, Karl Richards, Vincent Sandahl, Robert Weichbrodt, Ward Wortman. SOPHOMORES . . . John Brennan, George Coryell, Harris Emmons, Samuel Hedges, Kennth Hilton, John Lucas, Julius Mattson, Jack Murray, Burr Richards, John Steiner, Howard Stewart, William Stoll, Lawrence Young, Edward Zane. PLEDGES . . . Rex Anderson, Albert Beebe, Philip Carstens, Donald Davis, Cornelius Duffie, Edward Duffy, Jack Hart, William Jenkins, Chadwick Karr, John Leavitt, Joseph Maguire, Gordon Marshall, John Pierce, Ralph Turner, Jr., Robert Van Raadshooven. THE PICTURES Anderson, Beebe, Brennan, Callahan, Carstens, Coryell Davis, David, Davis, Donald, Doolittle, Dume, Duiify, E., Duffy, G. Eggerman, Emmons, FERRIS, President, Fink, Greeley Greenwood, Hart, Hay, Hedges Hilton, HuE, Jenkins, Karr, Keller, Leavitt Lucas, Maguire, Marshall, Mattson, Murray Reed, Richards, B., Richards, K., Pierce ' Sandahl, Steiner, Stewart Stoll Turner Van Raad Shobven, Weichbrodt Young , A r f rv", ' r , i J' xi, .ri ' 'X r, 2 W! A ', ' ,faj 5 1832 ,Tig Y ' -K Uf' 2106 EAST FORTY-SEVENTH STREET FOUNDED IN 1832 WASHINGTON, 1921-26 CHAPTERS 128 V., -it . . l 4 r Alpha igma Phi Phelan's men, Chuck Newton, Al Cruver and Dick Klinge won fame and Big W's on the gridiron . . . Mr. and Mrs. Al Cruver were the first newlyweds to ever be accompanied by a Washington team on their Hawaiian honeymoon . . . Other busy Alpha Sigs are Bert Rose and Harry McGuane, Malamutes QHarry is treasurerj . . . Jayvee crew man, Howard Pande . . . and bandsman Arden and Burpee Stevens. FACULTY . . . Leslie Ayer, Franklin Camperson, Herman Tartar, Al Ulbrickson. GRADUATE . . . Clinton Atkinson. SENIORS . . . George Bowdey, Harold Brooks, John Emel, Henry Guth, Carl Jacobsen, Brooks Johnson, Howard Kleinoeder, Ralph Merklin, Irving Natalie, Kermit Ness, Goldie Riley, Fred Salmela, James Spinner. JUNIORS . . . Al Cruver, Harold Kempinsky, Richard Klinge, Carl Medica, Charles Newton, John Richards, Percy Watkinson, Walter Zemeck. SOPHOMORES . . . Bruce Burton, Robert Dent, David Dobson, Al Erickson, Walter Geehan, Robert D. Gregory, Ted Hughes, Ivan Jacobsen, Harry McGuane, Ray Nicola, Howard Pande, Charles Rudy, Burpee Stevens, Howard Whims, Bronson Wold. PLEDGES . . . George Baccus, Robert Bullock, Robert Callow, Donald Camp, Jack Carton, Sidney Clark, Wilton Crosby, Stafford Crowley, William Eidemiller, Mike Girias, Robert Raymond Hancock, Jack Heglie, Raymond Hughes, Harold Johnston, Warren Kempinsky, Jack Logan, William McDonald, Rudy Mucha, Bert Rose, Don Russell, Arden Stevens, Ralph White, Lee Withrow, William Ziegler. THE PICTURES Anderson, Atkinson, Baccus, Bullock, Burton, Brooks Callow, Camp, Carton, Clark, Crosby, Crowley Cruver, Dent, BOWDEY, President, Eidemiller, Erickson Fisher, Geehan, Gregory, Guth Hancock, Heglie, Hughes, R., Hughes, T., Jacobsen, Johnson Johnston, Kempinsky, H., Kempinsky, W., Kleinoeder, Klinge, Logan McGuane, Medica, Merklin, Mucha, Ness, Newton Nicola, Pande, Rich, Richards, Rose, Rudy Russell, Salmela, Spinner, Stevens, A, Stevens, B., Watkinson, White, Withrow Zemeck, Ziegler QQIUQW AlphaTau0mega ATO,s got results in burning the midnight oil and hitting the books, for they won the Scholarship Cup awarded by the Interfraternity Council for the house showing the greatest improvement during the year . . . Prize dance committee plum of the season went to Len Lewis, chairman of the "Frozen North," Varsity Ball . . . Drawing funny faces landed Fred Rosenwater a job as cartoonist on the Columns staff . . . actor Bob Gray won the Zeta Phi Eta drama award . . . strong-arm athlete is Steve "Mae West" Slivinski, All-Coast guard. GRADUATES . . . Spencer Dakan, Robert Gray. SENIORS . . .james Ahern, Gordon Bath, Frank Doleshy, Robert Jackson, James Kearnes, Leonard Lewis, Chester Moen, William Preisz, Clarence Reid, Paul Sanders, Fred Rosenwater, William Whalen, George Zeigen. JUNIORS . . . John Bardue, Herbert Bratton, William B. Brown, Richard Campbell, John Carlisle, Stanley Clark, William R. Clark, Marvin Courtney, Donald Filion, Frank Loacker, Durland Lund, Jack Newton, Arthur May, Bruce 'Mil1er, Thomas Nelson, Stephen Slivinski, Willard Smith. SOPHOMORES . . . Herbert Ennen, Verne Loop, Walter Scott, Jack Starling. PLEDGES . . . Pierce Cartwright, Wallace Cathcart, David Evans, Douglas Hansen, Forrest Houston, Kenneth Keller, George Lewis, John Nicholls, Sidney Piper, Archie Pozzi, Robert Quilliam, Kirk Ransdell, Henry Simonson, Carl Swenson, Lewis Taylor, Gavin Young. THE PICTURES Ahem, Brown, Campbell, Carlisle, Cartwright, Clark, S. Clarke, W., Courtney, Doleshy, Ennen, Evans Filion, Hansen, MILLER, President, Houston, Jackson Kearnes, Keller, Lewis, G., Lewis, L. Loacker, Lund, May, Moen, Nelson, Newton Nicholls, Piper, Pozzi, Quilliam, Ransdell Roats, Rosenwater, Scott, Simonson Slivinski, Smith, Starling Swenson, Taylor Whalen, Young Zeigen A ,MCL P1 -N . . 3. '31 ,r .' ,Zac 4 58 "Qt --.szdifit . .1 ,pi t 7' U,:r:jw.!- 9 mi.,Zf'tw-4:-"M ei Q-7' rea 4 ' riff -' lk U A U4 7 4532 NINETEENTH AVENUE NORTHEAST FOUNDED IN 1847 XI DEUTRON, 1913-29 CHAPTERS X , 1 li t Th t P' Home of the Big Stick, Betas keep their prize possession anchored down with heavy chains . . . broad shouldered Big "W" men fbetween rounds of twinkletoeingj are house prexy Earl Schenck, varsity coxwain and two-year winner of the Schaller award . . . Hunt "Bird Dog" Paterson, president of Big "W" Club and A. S. U. W. vice-president . . . Don Coy, crew. . . Harry Lockhart, basketball . . . Art Morgan and Dick Montgomery, track . . . Dick johnson and Rich Worthington, football . . . seven managerial jobs are held down by Betas, while Don Simpson comes through with a Phi Bete key. GRADUATES . . . Richard Johnson, Donald Simpson, Nat Washington. SENIORS . . . Frederick Brown, Don Coy, John Galbraith, Robert B. Gregory, Charles Hall, James W. Holmes, John Kopet, John Marshall, Coy Meredith, Arthur Morgan, Eugene Neill, Hunt Paterson, Earl Schenck, Watson Smith, Ross Winde, Richard Worthington. JUNIORS . . . Arthur Bateman, Berkeley Brandt, Hugh Caldwell, Allan Evans, Clarion Haney, Wilev Hemphill, Harry Lockhart, Mac Lundin, Richard McIntosh, Richard Montgomery, Drexel Scott, Wesley Tollenaar, Edward Tremper, William Uppinghouse, Richard Warren, George Yantis. SOPHOMORES ...William Carpenter, John Gallatly, joseph Griflin, Richard Izzard, Bronson Lansing, James Lewis, Robert Lockhart, john Marontate, Robert Mason, Oscar Stenberg, Bruce Stevenson, Wallace Stevenson, Gerald Young. PLEDGES . . . jack Arthaud, William Barrons, Thomas Bostic, Ted Carpenter, Randall Cook, Sam Corisis, Garret Fuller, Laurence Heath, Jackson Hedgcock, Jess Kennedy, Dwight Kipp, William Marontate, Donald Means, Werner Meyer, Richard Munger, Robert Murphy, William Neill, Robert Prins, James M. Robinson, Gordon Russell. THE PICTURES Arthaud, Bax-rons, Bateman, Bostic, Brandt, Brown Caldwell, Carpenter, T., Carpenter, W., Cook, Corisis, Coy, D. Evans, Fuller, SCHENCK, President, Galbraith, Gellatly Gregory, Grililin, Hall, Haney Heath, Hedgcock, Holmes, Izzarcl, Kennedy, Kipp Kopet, Lansing, Lewis, Lockhart, H., Lundin, Marontate, J. Marontate, W., Marshall, Mason, Means, Meredith, Montgomery Morgan, Munger, Murphy, Neill, E., Neill, W., Paterson Prins, Robinson, Russell, Scott, Stenberg, Stevenson, B. Stevenson, W., Tollenaar, Tremper, Uppinghouse, Warren, Washington Winde, Worthington, Yantis, Young 1 if Heh ,xy Qgxlfi 1617 EAST FORTY-SEVENTH STREET FOUNDED IN 1839 BETA OMEGA, 1901-89 CHAPTERS 131 l 1Ph1 Phi Bete Phil Magnusson, Cadet Colonel R. O. T. C., kept up the scolarship average of Chi Phi by winning the President's Medal. . . athletic prodigies are Gus Erickson, Bob Walker and jack High . . . Malamutes 1 Frank Taylor, Lewis Hitchcock, Don LaVelle, and joe Hearst stir up Washington spirit on the campus. GRADUATES . . . Hollis Beasley, Daniel Steinholf. SENIORS . . . Carl Benson, Gus Eriksen, Russell Morse, Frank Taylor. JUNIORS . . . Milnor Anderson, Thomas Grosvenor, Joe Hearst, jack High, Donald LaVelle, Al Lindstrom, Arnold Lindstrom, David McCurrack, James Phillips, Manning Richards, Nat Sorenson. SOPHOMORES . . . Alan Blalock, Case Davidson, Wilbur Peak, John Stam. PLEDGES . . . Vern Arnold, Donald Brewer, Robert Carroll, Charles Cartwright, John Ducken, John Enge, Robert Gorton, Phillip Grondal, Fred Heeter, Lewis Hitchcock, Edgar Lea, Robert Rodruck, Elmer Swanson, Fred Tubb, Robert Walker, Harry Whisenhunt. THE PICTURES Benson, Blalock, Brewer, Carroll, Cartwright Davidson, Ducken, Enge, Eriksen, Gorton Grondal, HIGH, President, Hearst Hitchcock, LaVel1e Lea, Lindstrom, Al, Lindstrom, Arnold Morse, Richards, Stam Steinhoff, Swanson Taylor, Walker Whisenhunt P . .fn wi., Qijff ' "'f ' 1 '. lk -ii' 'w-HV , 1 4521 NINETEENTH AVENUE NORTHEAST FOUNDED IN 1824 BETA DELTA, 1925--35 CHAPTERS r Chill i Could it be possible that the boys at the "lawdge" manage to win fame on the campus? . . . It seems Larry Newlands is Senior basketball manager and president of Minor "W" Club and Managerial Council . . . Bob Knappenberger is Senior Frosh baseball manager . . . and Fowler Martin finds time to be Senior Frosh Minor sports manager and President of Scabbard and Blade . . . Chi Psi huntsmen arouse the campus once a year with their hilarious "Hunters' Frolicf' FACULTY . . . Phillip Church, George Savage. GRADUATES . . . Ralph Coan, John Dore, Jr. SENIORS . . . John Boentje, James Cain, William Crapo, George Galving, William S. Greene, Robert Knappenberger, Fowler Martin, Marvin Morgan, Lawrence Newlands, Lewis Ritchie, Robert Royce, Jack L. Ryan, Rupert Wagenhals, Donald Williams. JUNIORS . . . Neil Christensen, Jack Ditewig, George Hutton, 'Thomas Kinsman, Chester Van Houten, Howard York. SOPHOMORES ...Richard Art, David Bogue, Uhland Boyer, Earl Fisher, William Mikkelson, Henry Molitor, Thomas Owen, John Pearce. PLEDGES . . . Raymond Gilkerson, Frank Girton, john Heuer, James E. Holmes, John Neupert, Vincent Rank, Woodrow Reed, Lawrence Smart, Charles H. Smith, Herbert Vitt, James Warrick, James C. Wilson, James Wold. T H E P I C T U R E S Art, Bogue, Boyer, Christensen, Crapo Ditewig, Fisher, Gilkerson, Girton, Greene Holmes, WILLIAMS, President, Hutton Kinsman, Knappenberger Martin, Mikkelson, Neupert, Newlands, Owen Pearce, Rank, Reed, Ryan, Smart Smith, Van Houten, Wagexrvihalls, Warrick, Wilson, Wold or f ew .P vi,m,,fB!gl , ' .' C' S?-P' 4600 TWENTY-SECOND AVENUE NORTHEAST FOUNDED IN 1841 ALPHA TI-IETA DELTA, 1921-25 CHAPTERS l33 Delta Chi Friendly Lew Armstrong, known wherever the political stew is brewing, is Delta Chi's pride as president of his Sophomore Class, Malamute president, boys' chairman of the High School Leaders' Conference and Varsity Ball ticket chairman . . . Curt Barnard, member of Sigma Delta Chi, holds a guiding hand on The Daily as managing editor . . . also active are Carl Sedore, former Senior basketball manager, and Oval Club member . . . and Harry McKee, Freshman football manager. SENIORS . . . Carl Grandy, Eldon Mark, Carl Sedore. JUNIORS . . . Lewis Armstrong, Douglas Baker, Curtis Barnard, William Bell, James L. Deaver, Paddy Driskel, Arvid Hullin, Raymond Jones, Frank Thornton. SOPHOMORES . . .Jay Bloch, Rasmus Collins, Farrel Cook, Francis Franetovich, Thomas Hargis, Richard C. Kelly, John Ritchie. PLEDGES . . . Ted Arbury, Ralph Berg, Wallace Bogart, Roy Bordsen, James Clark, William Eldridge, Larry Gattavara, Roswell Goodman, Gordon Grant, Barry Hollander, Charles ones, Richard S. Judd, Robert Judd, William G. Kelly, Douglas idrick, James Lukes, Harry McKee, Eugene Mulholland, ay Raffelson, Clark Rott, Harold Scheldt, Maurice Stacy, alter Woirol. THE PICTURES Armstrong, Baker, Barnard, Bell, Berg Bogart, Bordsen, Clark, Cook, Deaver Eldridge, HULLIN, President, Franetovich Goodman, Gattavara Grandy, Grant, Hargis, Hollander, Jones, C. jones, R., Kelly, R., Kelly, W., Kidrick, Lukes Mark, McKee, Mulholland, Raifelson, Ritchie R tt S h ldt S d r 0 , C C , C 0 B Thornton, Woxrol fr 1: lt. 1819 FORTY-SEVENTH STREET FOUNDED IN 1890 WASHINGTON, 1908-34 CHAPTERS Delta Kappa Ep ilon Admittedly' holders of the reputation for "knowing how to ,throw good parties," Dekes accept the honor with satisfaction . . . men of brawn in the house are Walter Walkinshaw, wearer of a tennis Big "W" and defender of Purple Shield . . . Neal Heston and Harry Skewis, who prefer the "stroke" of an oar . . . Will Parry and Henry Restarick, track men . . . Jack Garretson, veteran skiier . . . Fred Baisch, Tyee sports Writer . . . "drama" brings out the best in Hugh "Black Chapel" Purcell and Bob Whiteside. SENIORS . . . Waddington Abbott, Fred Baisch, Lane Brinson, Robert Brooks, George Buck, Donald Callison, Donald Edwards, Hugh Ferguson, Douglas Hood, Raymond Kerr, John Lea, Hugh Purcell, Hardyn Soule. JUNIORS . . . Harold Davies, Rush Drake, Jack Garretson, Neal Heston, John Huebel, Ralph Jacobson, John Kaye, William Kaye, Wallace Olsen, Herbert Timblin, Walter Walkinshaw, Henry Wallace, Frank Wood. SOPHOMORES . . . John Balkema, Bruce Evans, Serge Gorny, Marshall Hatch, John Hitchcock, Charles Ide, William King, Wood Lyda, Robert MacKay, Earl Rice, Robert Sieg, Harry Skewis, Harry Strong, Frank Travis. PLEDGES . . . Keith Bogan, Frank Brooks, William Chandler, John Curtis, Dale Finley, Travers Foxworth, Lew Gates, Stanley Hill, Edward Hudson, Arthur Jerbert, Thomas Leaver, Theodore McCulloch. Will Parry, David Poe, Nicholas Porozoff, Ray Purdy, Henry Restarick, Burt Ryan, John Sparling, Albert Thompson, John Whiteside. THE PICTURES Abbott, Baisch, Balkema, Bogan, Brinson, Brooks, F., Brooks, R., Buck, Chandler, Curtis, Davies, Drake Edwards, Evans, SOULE,President, Ferguson, Finley Foxworth, Garretson, Gates, Gorny Hatch, Heston, Hill, Hitchcock, Hood, Hudson Ide, Jackson, Jacobson, jerbert, Kaye, J., Kerr King, Lea, Leaver, Lyda, MacKay, McCulloch Olsen, Parry, Poe, Porozoif, Purcell, Purdy Rice, Ryan, Sieg, Skewis, Sparling Strong, Thompson, Travis. Walkinshaw Wallace, Whiteside, Wood -xill: f ' fififf' 4520 TWENTY-FIRST AVENUE NORTHEAST FOUNDED IN 1844 KAPPA EPSILON, 1910-47 CHAPTERS 1 3i 5 1 653 I ., , ...,.,.,, ,iff Lil'-.Ji ga: is -9f- -'-,ll-"fi A F f.: . 1 ,gi-:...g::,,. 3,15-fg.-ww .ii"'5?1'if5 Hi' Delta igma Phi After attending the Delta Sig National Convention in New Orleans, house president Ray Allyn, rifle team sharpshooter, and George Lown returned flashing Southern smiles and happy "how-you-all's" . . . Boxer Arnold Thumlert holds a heavy hand over the pledges . . Hubert Sandoz is a member of Tau Kappa Alpha and Beta Alpha Psi. SENIORS . . . Ray Allyn, Melvin Hall, Hans Norbisrath, Hubert Sandoz. JUNIORS. . . Vance Alberg, Gordon Bigelow, Myron Black, Roswell Duppenthaler, Rudolph Geri, George Gifford, Harry Hanscom, Nick Kovick, George Lown, Richard Overbeck, Arnold Thumlert, Jack Tucker, Don Williams. SOPHOMORES . . . Philip Arnold, Jack Baxter, Charles Hoard, Gordon Smart, Dan Thumlert. PLEDGES . . . James Ayer, Edmund Bartholmey, Herbert Becklund, Raymond Bunn, Richard Carter, Kenneth Faulknor Vernon Jacobson, Edward Milliken, Arnold Shold, Everett Sorensen, Rulon Watson. T H E P I C T U R E S Alberg, Ayer, Bigelow. Black Baxter, Bartholomy, Becklund, Duppenthaler Geri, ALLYN, President, Hall Hanscom, Heard Lown, Milliken, Norbisrath, Sandoz Sorensen, Smart, Thumlert, A., Thumlert, D. Tucker, Williams X vlurl, g.- P ,,,,f 4550 EIGHTEENTH AVENUE NORTHEAST FOUNDED IN 1899 ALPHA OMEGA, 1926-42 CHAPTERS Delta Tau Delta Violators of campus traffic laws, beware of law-minded Les Wilkins, prosecutor for Interfraternity Council, his "I objects" ring through the Condon Hall courtroom . . . Smooth on the slalom is jack Garrett, chairman of the University Ski Meet . . . Fred Paul and Floyd Vinson won places on the Varsity Debate squad. SENIORS . . . Jack Bradshaw, Paul Ferrier, jack Garrett, Bradley Hendrey, Charles Hunter, Bob McAskill, Fred Paul, William Paul, Willert Rhynsburger, John Wayne, Leslie Wilkins, Richard Wood. JUNIORS . . . Willard Aronow, George Forbes, Lewis Griswold, Harold H. Jones, Elrey Stevens, Floyd Vinson. SOPHOMORES . . . Sam Bunker, Walter Deierlein, Milton Hudson, Robert B. Hunter, William Putnam, William Teller, James Zilka. PLEDGES . . . Arthur Bond, Harold Dial, Clifford Ellis, Jack P. Ford, Emil Hanson, Jay Howell, John Luker, Wells McCurdy, Robert Madden, Frederick Madigan, Jr., Richard Meier, Richard L. Nelson, Eugene Norris, Harold M. Poole, Albert Rockstrom, Joe Williams, Hartley Wilson, Alden Wright, William Yeomans. T H E P I C T U R E S Aronaw, Bond, Bradshaw, Bunker, Deierlein Dial, Ellis, Ferrier, Forbes, Ford Griswold, GARRETT, President, Hanson Hendrey, Howell Hudson, Hunter, C., Hunter, R., Jones, Lulcer McAskill, McCurdy, Madden, Madigan, Meier Nelson, Norris, Paul, F., Paul, W. L., Poole Rockstrom, Stevens, Teller, Vinson, Williams Wilson, Wood, Wright, Yeomans, Zilka ,,,....,,,, 4 g- E f Krall ,I 4524 NINETEENTH AVENUE NORTHEAST FOUNDED IN 1859 GAMMA MU, 1908-74 CHAPTERS 131 A, ll It 'I An orchid to the D U's for their extravaganza "Drunken Brawl" called by them the best-decorated dance of the year . . . "In One Ear" written by Paul Marmont, associate editor of Columns, keeps him busy roaming in the campus for ideas . . . DU politician is Stan Youngs, member of the Bookstore Board and Senior baseball manager . . . Jack Dodds, house president, is on the rifle team . . . intramural champion wrestlers are Hub Strain and john Summerset. FACULTY ...Ellis Ash, John B. W. Corey, James E. McRae, Harry E. Smith. GRADUATE . . . William Sawhill. SENIORS . . . Richard Anderson, Richard Bogardus, Jack Dodds, Henry Harris, Samuel Hughes, John Price, Horace Rogers, John Surnmersett, John Williams, Stanley Youngs. JUNIORS . . . Hood Baxley, Andrew Carlson, Gordon Fry, Richard Harmon, Paul Marmont, Richard Peterson, George Putnam, Dave Waters, Lowell Waters, Jack White, Clarence Wilson. SOPHOMORES . . . Ged Barclay, Melvin Bennington, Boyd Clearwater, Dean Field, Lewin Guberlet, John jones, Robert Lochow, Lorne Parker, Hoyt Reed, Erwin Slade, Russell Ulrich, Wayne Wright, Donald Zorn. PLEDGES . . . Jack Allison, Milton Baxley, Douglas Blacklidge, Keith Bradbury, Donald Brazier, jack Brown, George Cobley, Herb Dobb, Ples Lee Irwin, Ted Knightlinger, Jack Ludowitz, Dave Maurier, Lamonte Minor, Richard L. Moore, Harley O'Dea, Gordon Poff, Dean Riddle, Rupert Sharp, Harry Stanley, Herbert Strain, Frederick Thomas, William Wyse. THE PICTURES Allison, Anderson, Barclay, Baxley, H., Baxley, M., Blacklidge Bogardus, Bradbury, Brazier, Bennington, Brown, Carlson, A. Clearwater, Cobley, WILLIAMS, President, Dobb, Dodds F' ld F G berlet Harmon IC - YY, U , Harris, Hughes, Irwin, Jones, J., Lochow, Ludovity Marmont, Maurrier, Minor, Moore, O'Dea, Parker Peterson, Poff, Price, Putnam, Reed, Riddle Rogers, Slade, Sharp, Stanley, Strain, Summersett Thomas, Ulrich. Waters, Dave, Waters, Lowell, White Wilson, Wright, Wyse Youngs, Zom 1818 EAST FORTY-FIFTH STREET FOUNDED IN 1834 WASHINGTON CHAPTER, 1910-61 CHAPTERS 4 lffg 4'-fa a Q.-1 4 L 'f17 f Q 'laff' K s i 1 -pf, , , fl if' ' H Y. 1 1, 1 t"', n N.. li appa lgma Men Wearing the "crescent and the star" answered rumors of moving from their old house on Seventeenth by buying the Teke property, where they may establish the new home of Kappa Sigma . . . star athletes are Captain Fritz Waskowitz of this year's Husky grid machine . . . Jimmy Angle, captain of last year's track squad . . . men of the maple court, Pat Dorsey, George Ziegenfuss, Bob and Jay Reese Qtwins of the spun-gold hairj, and Bob Schafer . . . football letterman Firmo Breda. GRADUATES . . . William Ambur, Robert Brown, Paul Plamondon. SENIORS . . . William Acomb, James Ande, Charles Berry, Stafford G. Brandt, Firmo Breda, Frank Hawks, William Leahy, William Linklater, Henry Matthew, Charles Miller, James Panton, Jack Reed, jay Reese, Robert Reese, Roger Samples, Frank Waskowitz. JUNIORS . . . Edwin Allen, Francis Bergerson, Willard Butler, Clark Crain, jack Darragh, John Davies, Winthrop Davies, Winthrop Dillaway, Patrick Dorsey, Edward Fearn, Brice Howard, Bentley Kern, Richard Murphy, Vincent North, William Sanders, Howard Stansbury, James Telfer, William Wood, George Ziegenfuss. SOPHOMORES . . . Byron Acomb, Arvid Anderson, David Coleman, Robert Davlin, Clarence Klopfenstein, Sheldon Kolberg, William C. Larson, Jack Mahoney, Douglas Payne, Donald Pearson, Robert Shafer, David Swenson, Robert Vollendorff, William C. Vollendorff. . PLEDGES . . . Dean Alexander, Charles Allen, George Anderson William Bailey, Thomas Barrett, Mack Bocknan, Robert Carr, Cyrus Clapp, Edson Johnson, Marmion Magoon, Scott Mark, Jack Noser, Jack Obenour, Theodore Pape, Robert Schoen, William Walter, Henry Wheeler, Robert Williams. THE PICTURES Allen, C., Allen, E., Alexander, Anderson, Bailey, Barrett Bergerson, Berry, Bocknan, Breda, Brown, Butler Carr, Clapp, MATTHEW, President, Coleman, Crain Darragh, Devlin, Dorsey, Hawks Howard, johnson, Kern, Klopfenstein, Kolberg, Larson Leahy, Linklater, Magnon, Mahoney, Mark, Miller Murphy, North, Noser, Obenour, Panton, Pape Payne, Pearson, Reed, Sanders, Schoen Shafer, Stansbury, Swenson, Vollendorff, R. Vollendorff, W., Walter, Williams, Robert W00d, Ziegenfuss - if 2 if . 5504 SEVENTEENTH AVENUE NORTHEAST FOUNDED IN 1869 BETA PSI, 1903-109 CHAPTERS , -W ,V ,. Z. .. V Ai, . ,V f. ,F -Q H., Y DV. 139 J. I I 1" lllamhda Chi Alpha Lambda Chi's who wander from their books are Bob Dorr, varsity basketball man, Gene Avey, captain of the Frosh track team . . . Quenten Avey, also in Frosh track . . . George Austin, Frosh crew . . . Harol Batt, Frosh baseball . . . house militarists are Duane Cosper, Scabbard and Blade, and secretary-treasurer of A. I. M. E .... and Elroy Wiehl of Scabbard and Blade. GRADUATES . . . Richard Cadle, Neal Clark, Martin Broadbooks, Marion Marts. SENIORS . . . William A. Bennett, Duane L. Cosper, Robert Lane, William Leonard, Pat B. McHugh, Robert Ruley, Elroy F. Wiehl. JUNIORS . . . Robert C. Dorr, Robert Edgerly, William Fields. SOPHOMORES . . . Eugene Avey, John H. Baker, Donald N. Jackson, Karl jasper, William Lake, David Masters, Roy C. Wells. ' PLEDGES . . . Quentin R. Avey, George E. Austin, Harold J. Batt, Henry Benson, J. Lee Boling, Frank M. Fahey, Robert B. Gaston, Fred Gilhuly, Robert W. Gussman, Wayne Hink, Emerson Jones, Ward A. Lewis, Fred C. Rautman, John M. Root, John L. Sampson. THE PICTURES Austin, Avey, E., Avey, Q.,Baker, Bennett Benson, Boling, Bott, Broadbooks, Casper Clark, MCHUGH. President, Dorr Edgerly, Fahey Fields, Gaston, Gilhuly, Gussman, Hillman Hink, Jackson, Jasper, Jones, Lake Lane, Leonard, Lewis, Masters, Marts Rautman, Root, Ruley, Sampson Wiehl, Wells .- .fb-Ifofjv-.x -- . A MQQSR " 9 'U 4 4509 NINETEENTH AVENUE NORTHEAST FOUNDED IN 1909 ALPHA PSI, 1918-86 CHAPTERS 3 bn.. . , 1 W is 3:- 1 "', - snr. .7651 Q i-' we 1 uw 5 1-I' JF! r ' . 2z2fi?ii""H's r 5 Q' E1 gfm,-'Mg,f.fs4" il V is gr it 'V . ffl' Z 4' ,, jill ii, W' if , -gi gf ,, f V .,, V Y ITOP ROWI l Early October days . . . Margaret Murrill and Dick Faris enjoy those famous Daily features. Santa Claus goes to college . . . Phi Delts help anxious children untie the bows. 1 just part of old St. Nick's daily routine . . . Don Thompson, Phi Delt, shows a hungry listener how it's done. LMIDDLE ROWJ Getting rid of Xmas vacation , . . Gene Paul Pitchford occupies a favorite Sigma Chi couch. Cramming for finals . . . Phi Sig, Jack Stanely, a potential Phi Bere. ' CBOTTOM ROWD The first liar hasn't got a chance . . . Thetas, Dorthe Mount, Betty Jane Wiggins, Maxine Casey and Kay Livesey talk it over. t'sy nat news-But f. -,.,,5, , :,:" ' -' auf, -5 V 'fi K . the 45+ ' ' ' ++l - , . , o :' '--" 4 '1 , . ,,.. ,"A w L ' 2 wwwmsig .E w'l..r1.i.5..1 puff.-1 ..-ag' ifiaraq. ,SBP .. 'K ww ei. gg .gh 7 ,E 'fi www ww.,www was www www - .w 5 , F4 si.. "'www"'www"'www"' me w-w ww www wr: Q E's? w R., ww www .sf CTOP ROWJ Snow on the campus . . . traditional January weather comes to ski fans right to school. The ladies take a bow . . . Tolo night brings Chi 0, Claire Hurley right in fashion. KSECOND ROWJ This must have been the day the Ground Hog saw his shadow. Dekes face the birdie double . . . They kill two birds with one stone. Something will come of this . . . freckles or tan . . . Enjoying the sun are Pi Phi's Gayl Rychard, Ann MacLeish and Betty Plant. CTI-IIRD ROWJ Lest it rains . . . precautioning against April Showers . . . Phi Delts, John Crawford, John Lehnberg, and Bill Donahey. Watching the Varsity Crew pull in . . . Greeks pull anchors and turn into sea captains. if 142 I 1- Al Phi Delta Theta In their "castle painted blue and whitef' Phi Delts welcome their share of athletes, politicians and managers . . . among them Letterman Bud Douglas of football . . . Don Thompson, captain of last year's Frosh crew . . . Managerships claim Bill Kirschner and John McCallum of crew . . . Three Bobs manage baseball teams, Scarff, Calland and Talcott . . . Gordon Hull and Keith Shortall, football manager . . . skillful politicians, Phi 3 Delts haven t lost an election in many a year . . . current office holders are Ralph Baldwin, Fred McFarland and Harry Goodfellow. GRADUATE . . . james Bennett. SENIORS . . . Valmer Cameron, William Donahey, John Douglas, Robert Hawley, George Hughes, Donald Ireton, Donald Larson, Phillip Olson, Wayne Olson, Ted Shaw, Robert Squires, Jack Vogel, Bernard Westlund. JUNIORS . . . Ralph Baldwin, Kenneth Colvin, Harry d'Evers, George Fisher, Coburn Grabenhorst, Harry Horrocks, Gordon Hull, William Kirschner, James Lenay, Harold Lewis, Alfred Lomen, Frederick Nelson, George Phillips, Frank Pierce, Don Ryan, Robert Scarff, Paul Sceva, Robert Thompson, Jim Winde. SQPHOMORES ...Sam Baker, Victor Brennan, Robert Galland, Edgar Christian, John Crawford, Kenneth Farris, Bill Gleason, Conner Gray, Neil Lynch, Fred McFarland, Jack Oman, Ladd Shangle, Robert Talcott, Donald Thompson. PLEDGES . . . Clinton Bloxom, John Coonan, Theodore Dorman, Charles Garrett, Harry Goodfellow, John Grant, Arnold Groth, Albert Hoelting, Herb Knudson, Alvin Leslie, John McCallum, Stanley Mickelson, Norman Milbank, Carl Neu, Dixon Rauch, Henry Schnebly, Keith Shortall, Victor Vine, William Walsh. THE PICTURES Baker, Baldwin, Bemis, Bloxom, Brennan, Cameron, Calland Colvin, Christian, Coonan, Crawford, D'Evers, Donahey, Dorman Douglas, Farris, WESTLUND, President, Fisher, Garrett Goodfellow, Grabenhorst, Graham, Grant Gray, Groth, Hawley, Hoelting, Horrocks, Howard, Hull Ireton, Kirschner, Knudson, Larson, Lenan, Leslie, Lewis Lomen, Lynch, McCallum, McFarland, Mickelson, Milbank, N., Nelson Olson, P., Olson, W., Phillips, Rauch, Reed, Ryan, Scaril' Sceva, Schnebly, Schock, Squires, Shangle Shaw, Shortall, Talcott, Thompson, B. Th D. Vine ompson, , Vogel, Walsh, Winde I. v, in ' pgsql, :fig-2,2 'fe 5 5-I 714- Fx' ,3 gal: L ' T 7 li 2111 EAST FORTY-SEVENTH STREET FOUNDED IN 1848 ALPHA, 1900-105 CHAPTERS 143 P ,f " 1 Phi Gamma llalta Fijis sheltered behind the high hedge in their brick chateau point With pride to their iive Oval Club members . . . two also received the call to Fir Tree . . . Oval Club claims Don Hume, stroke of the Olympic crew . . . Dick Everett, manager of the Ballet Moose . . . Bob Buck, track man . . . wearing the Fir Tree emblem are jim Crick, Senior football manager and Senior Class president, and Warren Philbrick, Crew manager and chairman of the Varsity Boat Club dance. SENIORS . . . Wallace Atkinson, Joseph Bird, Guy Buck, Robert Buck, James Crick, David Deming, Richard Everett, Donald Freshwater, Robert Hage, Thomas Harman, Mertin Hatch, Donald Hume, Thomas Kelley, Jackson Latham, Warren Philbrick, Arthur Schacht, Paul Shoudy, Richard Snyder, Allan Trumbull, Leonard Vaupell, Daniel Viles. JUNIORS . . . Wellington Bingham, John F. Burns, James Eagleson, Edwin Hamilton, William Hubbach, William Jaynes, Thomas Jemison, Robert Kilgore, LaFell Lamson, Otis Lamson, William Lindsell, james McGoldrick, john Montgomery, james E. Robinson, Richard Walter, Ted Wassard, William Wilcox, Gene Williams, John Wolf, Richard Yaeger. SOPHOMORES . . . William Banks, Richard Easter, John Eicher, Frank Garretson, Herman Garretson, Willard Hatch, Wilbur Hendrickson, William Kerr, Donald Kilgore, Max Kuney, Robert Laing, Henry Loquvam, Malcom McFee, John Mumma, Robert Parsons, Robert Philip, Newell Priess, Neil Richardson, John Swan, Harold Weaver. PLEDGES . . . Robert Armstead, Edward Bird, Paul Conolley, Robert Crick, Richard Crowder, Neil Haig, Frank Hiscock, John McDermott, Gordon Nyberg, Richard Philbrick, Alex Stewart, Arthur Taylor, Donald Trueblood. N THE PICTURES Arrnstead, Atkinson, Bird, Buck, G., Buck, R., Burns Conally, Crick, J., Crick, R., Crowder, Eagleson, Easter Eicher, Everett, Freshwater, Garretson, J., Garretson, H., Hage Haig, Hamilton, Hatch, Hendrickson, Hiscock, Hubbock Hume, Jamison, Jaynes, Kilgore, Kuney, Laing Lamson, Lathom, Lindsell, Loquvem, McDermott, McGoldrick McFee, Montgomery, Mumma, Nyberg, Parsons, Philbrick, D. Philbrick, W., Philip, Priess, Richardson, Robinson Schacht, Shoudy, Snyder, Stewart, Taylor, Trueblood Vaupell, Viles, Walters, Wassard, Weaver Wilcox, Williams, Wolf I - .,2h 43. 4503 SEVENTEENTH AVENUE NORTHEAST FOUNDED IN 1848 SIGMA TAU, 1900-73 CHAPTERS 1 i r V .- -. - xl .fini Phi Ilappal' i Hefty pounds of beef Won the gorgeous chorines of Phi Psi first prize for their Pony Chorus at the Sophomore Carnival last year . . . they also walked off with the first prize for their Hoat in the Stanford Rally parade . . . adding to the brawn are Merle Miller and joe Dubsky of the gridiron . . . busy Phi Psi's are Hugh Hotson, Senior Minor Sports manager and Oval Club member, and Larry McIntosh, Malamute, and Rally and Elections Chairman. GRADUATES . . . Wesley Bubb, Elliott Robertson, Stanley Taylor. SENIORS . . . George Gray, Hugh Hotson, Howard Kenyon, Donald Parkin, Herbert Rice. JUNIORS . . . James Arms, John Beall, John Lewis, Larry McIntosh, John Meehan, Merle Miller, Daniel Mulrine, Lewis Parker, Marcus Perry, Jack Samuelson, Robert Williams, Marshall Yost. SOPHOMORES . . . joseph Dubsky, Gerald Fallon, Douglas Graves, Gilmore Kirkman, Robert Knight, Edger Murnen, Jack Parker, John Stone, Stewart Tremaine, Herbert Wall. PLEDGES . . . Kirk Buck, William Campbell, Warne Emanuel, George Hajek, Guy Harris, Frank Hart, Goeffrey Heath, Homer Hill, Thomas Hulbush, Ross jay, Joseph Lilly, William Morgan, Donald Olsen, Kenneth Peck, Cranston Raymond, Donald Raymond, Leslie Rein, John Torland. THE PICTURES Arms, Beall, Buck, Campbell, Emanuel, Fallon Graves, Gray, Harris, Hart, Heath, Hill Hajek, Hotson, KENYON, President, Hulbush, Jay K' k K ' h L ' L'1l lf man, mg t, ewxs, 1 y McIntosh, Meehan, Miller, Morgan, Mulrine, Murnen Olsen, Parker, J., Parker, L., Parkin, Peck, Perry Raymond, C., Raymond, D., Rein, Rice Samuelson, Stone, Taylor Toi-land, Tremaine Wall, Williams Yost flfarfiti 'J 1-' , ,J i, N' , in Y 55,1 xx . . -'Lv Ha, L .ya ,M .,. . W . ., ,M , A I4 .w... fy , -. if- ww 3 - " -"VZ 2 flair-.219 .v Qylilfff! f ' 'ffm rig,-E" :.:' rmwgxl i -f' , 2120 EAST FORTY-SEVENTH STREET FOUNDED IN 1852 ALPHA, 1914-52 CHAPTERS . 1 C Ak' Q al .,,, , ll f, ZXQNG X, p , as' .- 9' Wy L' ., ,. Qi- 'I' ,I'., '. w "I, , 1 x 1 'J' H v 'H Y' if' .lg , 'lu '. .Q ' .. ' RJ ' 4 x v,-,1,gf,' V' V il- Q -1 a ,lf 'lf -' L- .1iLu..X f ' t 4711 SEVENTEENTH AVENUE NORTHEAST n ' A at 5 5 Q ,I i 1,:'- Phi Kappa igma jimmy Phelan's men are well represented at the Phi Kap training table with Everett Austin, Flaherty Medal winner, and Frank Peters and Bud Wise reporting for duty when the dinner bell rings . . . crew men John White and Jim McMillan, who is a member of Fir Tree, hang up their oars to come back to the house . . . Chuck Croasdill raises house grades with a 3.9 average . . . Billy Parker, of dance committee fame, is a bright light in the night spots . . . wings of Oval Club are worn by Austin, White and McMillan. SENIORS . . . Everett Austin, Robert Butterfield, Glenn Davidson, Douglas Gould, Owen Henry, James McMillan, William Parker, John White, Robert Wohleb. JUNIORS . . . Charles Croasdill, Ted Domning, Arthur Edwards, Richard Foster, Clarence Froberg, Frank Gibson, Stanley Gillies, Theodore Huetter, Earl Melville, Orville Olson, Frank Peters, Gordon Wight, john Williams. SOPHOMORES . . . Harry Bacchus, Bob Buehrer, Robert Grunbock, Theodore Hokenstad, Putnam Middleton, Robert Nelson, Ward Williams. PLEDGES . . . Miles Babcock, Joe Bedard, Phil Blake, Horace Easley, Donald Halvorson, Mortimer Huetter, Edward Hurley, Newman Jannsen, Viren Lemon, Linden Martin, Herndon Maury, George Moore, William Nelson, Wylie Palmer, George Rakestraw, Hal Rathvon, Francis Schafer, William Stinchfield, Frank Wickwire, Henry Wise. THE PICTURES Austin, Babcock, Bacchus, Bedarcl, Blake, Croasdill Davidson, Downing, Edwards, Foster, Froberg, Gibson Gillies, Gould, BUTTERFIELD, President, Grunbock, Halvorson Henry, Hokenstarl, Huetter, M., Huetter, T. Hurley, Jannsen, Lemon, Martin, Maury, McMillan Melville, Moore, Middleton, Nelson, R., Nelson, W., Palmer Parker, Peters, Rakestrau, Rathvon Schafer, Stinchheld, White Wickwire, Wight, Williams, J. Williams, W., Wise Wohleb FOUNDED IN 1850 ALPHA UPSILON, 1919-39 CHAPTERS I p 1 l lv p 1 Pi Kappa Alpha PiKA's must live in an atmosphere of pounding typewriters, for many activities of their members center around the Daily Shack . . . aspiring to be members of the Fourth Estate are Dick Bergholz, sports editor of The Daily and Tyee and member of Sigma Delta Chi . . . Virg Peterson, Sigma Delta Chi, and Writer of "Gallery Guff" for the Daily . . . Dean Downing and Doug Ebersole, members of the Daily sports staff . . . George Hansen pulled an oar in last year's Frosh crew. FACULTY . . . S. J. Coon, Alfred Harsch, Wesley Hunner, Frank Jonas, Fred W. Kennedy, R. T. Pollard. GRADUATES . . . Gerald Fields, james Hauschildt. SENIORS . . . Richard Bergholz, Gerald Brott, Dale Correa, Phillip Crossman, Fred Payne, Rex Sears. JUNIORS . . . Clayton Dahlberg, Joseph Hall, Virgil G. Peterson. SOPHOMORES . . . Clyde Pooser, William G. Strong, Chester Walters. PLEDGES . . . Rudolph Ahrens, Dean Downing, Douglas Ebersole, George Hansen, Jack Martin, John R. Murphy, Chester Ottinger, Harold Ruffcorn, Victor Stevens, Albert Turrill, William Pettelle, Henry Trimble, Robert P. Williams, Robert Woock. T H E P I C T U R E S Bergholz, Brott, Correa, Crossman Downing, Ebersole, Hall, Hansen Martin, DAHLBERG, President, Murphy Ottinger, Peterson Ruifcorn, Sears, Stevens, Strong Trimble, Turrill, Walters Williams, Woock 1804 EAST FIFTIETH STREET FOUNDED IN 1868 BETA BETA, 1914-83 CHAPTERS I, I. 141 l .iff Pi Kappa Phi Founder of Grapha Techna, men's art honorary, Pi Kap's Martin Franciscovich was voted First president of the new organization last year . . . other active Pi Kaps are Henry Novak, house president and vice-president of the Grays Harbor Club . . . jack Divine, announcer for the campus radio station and producer of "divine" humor for Columns . . . De Loss "Ten Per Cent" Seeley keeps on the lookout for talent at his University Entertainment Bureau. FACULTY . . . James Alexander, Paul Dull, Herbert Gowen, John Hotson, Donald Mackenzie, Victor Sivertz, E. Victor Smith. SENIORS . . . Howard Bayley, Robert E. Lee Conner, Martin Franciscovich, Ray Hall, Jack Jeffery, Henry Novak. JUNIORS . . . Lorne Bradley, Charles Sedam. SOPHOMORES . . . De Loss Seeley, Lowell Vadman. PLEDGES . . . Harold Bancroft, Richard Berg, Verdun Bounds, Fred Buerstatte, Jack Divine, Richard Dombroski, Ellis Finch, Jack Karlberg, Cecil Martin, Curtis Onstad, Helmet Srnedstad, Harold Smith. THE PICTURES Bancroft. Bounds, Bradley, Divine Dombroski, Franciscovich, Hall, Jeffery Karlberg, NOVAK, President, Martin Onstad, Sedam Seeley, Smedstad Vadman f! ' 1 W 1 1' ' ,N A 'hi' I ,L, v in 'V 1- I, ffl 'i :W 4547 NINETEENTH AVENUE NORTHEAST FOUNDED IN 1904 ALPHA DELTA, 1924-38 CHAPTERS x -,N w lf, ill. 1' 1 3 l' 4 5 l f , 'f C , ,N i , , P ' 'I Psi U's mingling with the rest of the campus are George Georig, junior basketball manager . . . Bill Watts, secretary of Interfraternity Council . . . Bob Purdue who won the faculty medal for scholarship while playing football . . . Chuck Bechtol, promising football player . . . Fred Stutiield and jack Flagg, track men . . . Bill Cardwell, track manager, and Dick Doran, assistant business manager of The Daily. FACULTY . . . Dean David Thomson. SENIORS . . . William Cardwell, James Dexter, George Emerson, Franklin Fogg, John C. Gallup, Harry Gilbert, joseph Glass, George Gruger, Bruce Jones, Charles Lilly, john McCarthy, Matthew Patton, William Payne, Ir., Frederic Stutfield, W. Raleigh Taylor, Jr., James Watts, William Watts, Bruce Whitehouse. JUNIORS .. . Richard Betts, Richard Doran, Edward Draney, Jack Flagg, George Goerig, William C. Haas, Thomas Hanley, Craig Hill, Robert Purdue, William Scammell, Richard Talcott. SOPHOMORES . . . Charles Bechtol, Harry J. Bigsby, John Briggs, Joe Brotherton, Foster Chapin, Robert Coe, Richard DeDonato, Roger Jones, jefferson Keating, Lee Lewis, John Parrott, Donald Richards, Richard Royer, Hayes Sanderson, Donald Thompson, David Whitcomb. PLEDGES . . . Deming Brown, Paul Cotton, William Dick, Edwin Evans, Robert Gallup, Richard Keatts, Robert Lee, john McKenzie, William Magee, Richard Morris, Richard Northcraft, Thomas Upper, john Will, Lawrence Williams. THE PICTURES Bechtol, Betts, Briggs, Brotherton, Brown, Cardwell Chapin, Coe, Copeland, Cotton, De Donato, Dexter Dick, Doran, WATTS, W., President, Draney, Emerson Evans, Flagg, Fogg, Gallup, J. Gallup, R., Gilbert, Glass, Goerig, Gruger, Haas Hanley, Hill, Jones, B., Jones, R., Keating, Lee Lewis, Lilly, Magee, McKenzie, Morris, Northcraft Parrott, Patton, Payne, Purdue, Richards, Royer Sanderson, Scammell, Stutiield, Talcott, Taylor Thompson, Upper, Watts, J.. Whitehouse Whitcomb, Will, Williams f 148 l r f 35. t 115 . Ni 1818 EAST FORTY-SEVENTH STREET FOUNDED IN 1833 THETA THETA, 1916-27 CHAPTERS I 5 4, 149 f , ff -x ,nf 1 X 3 r 1 I U' i i 1 J I . , ' V l . X Y A , Y ,X .N - 1 , i . w NJ 4 I 4 . igma Alpha Ep ilon Successful in its politiking, SAE's now call roll for . . . Johnny Evans, Junior Class president and Junior crew manager . . . Bill Garlick, Sophomore Class president, Malamute and Yell Duke . . . "Snuffy and Lovvizie' won SAE's first prize Homecoming night and stopped traffic with their explosive, water-spouting still . . . other well- known men are Jim Johnston, football star with the classic profile . . . Munro Pineo of the "Mush" Pineos, Husky Yell King . . . John Warren, Homecoming chairman . . . Walt Page, member of the ski team . . . and Stan Huey, Junior basketball manager. SENIORS . . . Duane Anstett, Willis Baker, Charles Blaine, Doane Brakemeyer, Harold Ge Bauer, Robert Natzel, Lawrence Parkhill, Donald Picht, Munro Pineo, Llew Springer, Joseph Voellmeck, John Warren, Robert Weber. JUNIORS . . . Raymond Blackstock, John C. Collins, Jack Denton, Loren Dewey, Eugene Dootson, Vincent Egbert, John Evans, Stanley Huey, Paul Jarvis, James Johnston, Bradley Jones, Charles Lightfoot, Walter Page, Martin Petrich, Robert Scott, Charles Spence, William Waldo, Harold N. Wheat. SOPHOMORES . . . Edward Black, David Botting, Donald Colvin, Dale Gaeth, Stanley Green, Max Holsenger, Paul Larkin, Fred La Vigne, Frank Morrison, Phillips Reilly, Dixon Rice. Raymond Seefeldt, Bruce Smith, Robert Talbot, Bayard Young. PLEDGES . . . Robert Barlow, Greer Barton, Howard Burke, Elmo Chase, Ellis Coder, Glen Courtney, James Crane, Thomas Crocker, Sidney Davis, Patton Fricks, Richard Fulmer, William Garlick, Richard Glidden, Fred Hoover, Rodney Jarvis, Russell Johnson, Charles Klinker, Robert Lindrnan, Richard Mitchell, Raymond Norman, James Petrich, Richard Ross, Lynn Scholes, Russell Stephens. THE PICTURES Anstett, Baker, Barlow, Barton, Black, Blaclcstock, Blaine Botting, Burke, Brakemeyer, Chase, Coder, Collins, Colvin Courtney, Crane, SPRINGER, President, Crocker, Davis Denton, Dewey, Dootson, Egbert Evans, Fulmer, Fricks, Gaeth, Garlick, GeBauer, Glidden Green, Greime, Hayton, Holsenger, Hoover, Huey, Jarvis, P. Jarvis, R., Johnson, R., Johnston, Jones, Klinker, Larkin, LaVigne Lightfoot, Lindrnan, Mitchell, Morrison, Natzel, Page, Petrich, J. Petrich, M., Picht, Pineo, Rice, Ross Scholes, Scott, Seefeldt, Smith Spence, Stephens, Talbot Voellmeck, Waldo, Warren Wheat, Young Fix :' ' Lilith. 'iE,l9j,. 4505 SEVENTEENTH AVENUE NORTHEAST FOUNDED IN 1856 WASHINGTON ALPHA, 1904-lll CHAPTERS I s 'Zi ' fi ' I I 1 il . ,N w ' , X I A l ,ff V V Y VY VI'--, , ' X x, f 1 ll 1 1 1 I y X X V11 igma Alpha Two outstanding Sigma Alpha Mu's are Orville Golub, graduate in pre-medics, Who has been awarded a fellowship to the University of California . . . and Sarn Coleman, the "Fresh Hash," who last year won his numeral as a two-miler. GRADUATES . . . Daniel Narodick, Victor Dobrin. SENIOR . . . Orven Fischbach. IUNIORS . . . Harold Drebin, Lawrence Jacobson, Norman Gorfkle. SOPHOMORES . . . Sidney Cohn, Raymond Drebin, Philip Friedman, Herbert Isbin, Victor Lyon, Robert R. Miller, William I. Rogers, Arthur Steiner. PLEDGES . . . Norman Bobrow, Richard Boral, Irving Chernick, Samuel Coleman, Norman Goldberg, Raymond Levin, Henry Marcus, Fred Rogers. T H E P I C T U R E S Bobrow, Boral, Chernick, Cohn Coleman, Drebin, H., Drebin, R., Friedman Goldberg, FISCHBACH, President, Isbin Jacobson, Levin Lyon, Marcus, Miller, Narodick Rogers, F., Rogers, W., Steiner Cvorfkle, Katz I . 5372 5' . f:-. if ,J ..f'1. , 3 ,. i rl n Er-it I Qi' ' ,E-:!Yf,3'!. JL.. - 4511 EIGHTEENTH AVENUE NORTHEAST FOUNDED IN 1909 SIGMA NU, 1926-40 CHAPTERS r 150 K! " I i r . - --, - .,- , -i........T, V 1 ,.,- x , . l . f X 1 . , f- -. " ' ' -xg ,ix I l ia D "' , i 1: N J, X--L H A if fro f it xr -'- , 1 . . X ' W ' .-,k, v V N I fxw, iff' ' ' Y ' H' M U"i'."7l yu 1 1 r I 1- f X , f lx ,N fr 'lt' lil -.- 1,5,l',W. 2 R re, l ' iq,: ., , ,. l . il ,y . , 3 .,r 1 Q b.: .Q V V ' - V, :"' ' . . .jf Q 1 A V ,ffm- .,.., f A- fy.- ...-, WJ, , Fu-N i '- ' ..,..,.,1 ...L, L igma Chi Football's "three men on a line" . . . Markov, All-American tackle, Erickson and Mattes are Sigma Chi and Oval Club members . . . Ross Werner and lanky Dick Voelker are Hashes on the basketball floor . . . John Phillips, of Oval Club, presides over Interfraternity Council . . . Roy Frew, Daily Sports editor, and Jack Hollenbeck, twice editor of Columns, are members of Sigma Delta Chi, journalism honorary . . . Hollenbeck also wears the pins of Oval Club and Fir Tree. FACULTY . . . Dean Vernon McKenzie, Lance Gowan, Kenneth Pearce, Leonard Stevens. GRADUATES . . . James Nicholson, Charles Wagner. SENIORS . . . John Ashe, Benson Chandler, Frank R. Cooper, Carlton "Bud" Ericksen, Jack Gannon, John Holland, Piatt Hull, Ricker james, Roland Libby, Ralph Emerson Lounsbury, Victor Markov, Frank Mattes, Fred Moe, John O. Phillips, George Tyler, Houghton Whithed. JUNIORS . . . Jim Brownell, Dick Brownell, Arthur Ellsworth, Charles Ferries, Lawrence Kiskaddon, Charles F. Knapp, Richard E. Kumrner, Zeph Lane, Joseph R. McCrackin, Lawrence Norman, Whitmore Reading, Walter Reid, Marshall Shore, Dan Starr, Frank Willis. SOPHOMORES . . . John Ablan, Robert Baylis, Richard Brackett, Les Buell, Kenneth Douglas, Lawrence Fitchett, Louis Ford, Wendell Freece, Gib Lane, Charles Larrowe, John P. McCrackin, Gordon Milliman, Jack Nutley, Kenneth Putney, Oliver Swenson, Paul Swensson, Richard Watts. PLEDGES . . . Robert C. Ayer, David O. Beck, James F. Conner, ,Tohn Curtiss, Norman Dickison, Robert P. Dudley, Robert A. Fulton, James Harvey, Gordon E. Hayes, John F. Hollenbeck, ,Tohn James, Adlore Kehoe, Harry Lambert, Evart Lamping, Lawrence MacDonald, Wright Merrifield, Robert Moody, Kenneth Pearson, Robert Peine, Jack Pennington, Gene Paul Pitchford, Joseph Poitevin, Alfred Pousard, William G. Price, William J. Rogers, Edwin Shannon, Kenneth Short, John L. Shreve, William H. Sprague, Richard Voelker, Ross Werner, Charles Wilkins. ' THE PICTURES Ablan, Ashe, Ayer, Baylis, Beck, Brackett, Buell Chandler, Conner, Cooper, Curtiss, Dickison, Douglas, Dudley Ellsworth, Ferries, ERICKSEN, President, Fitchett, Freece F lton Gan o Ha H u , n n, rvey, ayes Holland, Hollenbeck, Hull, Kehoe, Kiskaddon, Knapp, Kummer Lambert, Lamping, Lane, Larrowe, Libby, Lounsberry, McCraekin, John McCrackin, Joseph, Markov, Mattes, Merrifield, Moe, Moody, Norman Nutley, Pearson, Peine, Pennington, Phillips, Pitchford, Poitevin Price, Putney, Reading, Reid, James, R., Rogers Shannon, Shore, Short, Shreve. Sprague ' Starr, Swensson, Voelker, Wagner Watts, Werner, Whithed Wilkins, Willis . . .-hl,..,.,1j. I 'Q s f? l tri' ., 3.3 -. ' :xt WWW . WWW! . 1716 EAST FORTY-FIFTH STREET FOUNDED IN 1855 UPSILON UPSILON, 1903-97 CHAPTERS igma u Tough and rugged Sigma Nus . . . who keep lit in their spacious gym are . . . Art Means, varsity guard . . . Leo "The Elk" Hawel and Bill Dunlap pull a mighty oar on Husky crews . . . Denis Sunderland ran the 440 to fame on the Frosh track squad last spring . . . Sigma Nu managers are . . . Peter Nissen Graham Tash, Melvin Tennent, Bob Richardson, Bob Stevenson, and Bob Boyd . . . Karl Krogstad is Co-business Manager of Columns and a member of Alpha Delta Sigma. GRADUATES . . . James Cruzen, Berwyn Geoghegan, Howard Grimm, Robert Keating, Philip Schoel. SENIORS . . . Warren Averil, Joe Brislawn, David Harrah, David Maginnis, Floyd McCroskey, Clark McDonald, Arthur Means, Ed Nowogroski, William Russell, Calver Sheldon, Chandler Thomas, John Wheatley, Jack Zeigler. ,TUNIORS . . . Charles Abramson, Benjamin Almvig, William Bradner, Noel Delany, Steven Elggren, Robert Garrison, Elwood Gunnerson, William Hardy, Leo Hawel, Dean Hardwick, Donald McChesney, Kenneth Partlow, Fred Slipper. SOPHOMORES . . . William Dunlp, Neil Hageman, John Jennings, Charles H. Jones, Karl Krogstad, Jr., Peter Nissen, Jr., Lincoln Nordby, jr., Louis Ostenson, Howard Perkins, Robert Richardson, Denis Sunderland, David Taylor, Jesse Wilkins. PLEDGES . . . Robert Boyd, Charles R. Brown, William -T. Carkeek, Dorwin J. Cunningham, Miles Dickinson, Allen Drumheller, Colin Hastie, Kai Hendricksen, Bent Holt, James Hunt, Robert Johnson, Julius McLeod, Peter Martin, Peter Morrow, Henry Noon, Jr., Clifford E. Parr, Charles S. Petty, John Phillips, Robert C. Ridgway, Henry P. Robertson, Jack Schwartz, Robert Stevenson, james Steward, Harrison Strong, Graham Tash, Melvin Tennent, Jr., David West, Robert Weston, John Von Herberg. THE PICTURES Abramson, Almvig, Boyd, Bradner, Brislawn, Brown Carkeck, Cunningham, Delany, Dickinson, Drumheller, Dunlap Elggren, Garrison, SHELDON, President, Gunnerson, Hageman Handy, Hardwick, Harrah, Hostie, Howell, Hendriksen, Holt Hunt, Jennings, Johnson jones, Krogstad, McCroskey, McDonald, McLeod, Means Morrow, Nissen, Noon, Nordby, Ostenson, Parr Perkins, Petty, Phillips, Richardson, Ridgway, Robertson Russell, Schwartz, Slipper, Stevenson, Stewart, Strong Sunderland, Tash, Taylor, Tennent. ThomaS..Von Herberg West, Weston, Wl1eatley.Wilkms, Ziegler X 152 is A , 1616 EAST FORTY-SEVENTH STREET FOUNDED IN 1869 GAMMA CHI, 1896-98 CHAPTERS .,- ' - ' 'a r wg i 5- a ..:.1-V ng. if ' - 1 .' Tania, l 5 3 ,gsm 0 53 ein igma Phi Ep ilon Winning fame for the Sig Eps . . . William Trowbridge, cross country runner, who has won many a laurel on the cinder track . . . high point man . . . Big W Club . . . Bud Pripp . . . Husky baseball star, who held the Northwest Conference high batting average . . . Ray Cook and Ed Cunningham . . . also fancy on that diamond . . . Ronald Green, a second Barrymore at the Studio and Penthouse . . . is also Y. M. Cabinet member and Interfraternity Council . . . Dick Mathews "twinkled" as Varsity Ball assistant chairman. GRADUATES . . . Duane Frisbie, William Lowry, Ivan Merrick, William Trowbridge. SENIORS . . . Brandt Bede, James Bloomfield, George Carnahan, Ray Cook, James Flint, Walter Hall, John Hoshor, William Pritchard, Donald Roberts, Frank Weick. JUNIORS . . . William Brett, Edward Cunningham, Richard Dunmore, Arthur Gossan, Ronald Green, William Irvin, Leonard Jobe, John Paul Jones, William Lennox, Wallace McGhee, Frank Patterson, Thomas Perry, Alwyn Pripp. SOPI-IOMORES . . . Ernest Backlund, Douglas Button, Robert Galer Langess, Richard Mathews, Jack Peters, James Repp, Theodore Schimanski, Fredrick Sherburne, Ralph Staehli. PLEDGES . . . Donald A. Foote, Bruce Johnson, Joseph Patrick, Theodore Peterson, Leland Richardson, John Shupe, Lloyd Wilbanks. THE PICTURES Bede, Bloomfield. Brett, Button, Carnahan Cook, Duke, Dunmore, Foote, Galer Green, FLINT, President, Hall Hoshor, Jobe Johnson, Jones, Langness, Lennox, Lowry Mathews, McGhee, Merrick, Patrick, Patterson Peters, Peterson, Pripp, Repp, Richardson Schimanski, Sherburne, Shupe, Staehli Trowbridge, Weick, Wilbanks slr? il- ,, .v rv-.IA . ' valid fa ZQLL ,qt f , E- ,Y ?fg,i5?,5f? 4504 SIXTEENTH AVENUE NORTHEAST FOUNDED IN 1901 WASHINGTON BETA, 1922-69 CHAPTERS Tau Kappa Ep ilpn Crack shot of the Teke house is Tony Lloyd, captain of the rifle team and national intercollegiate champion . . . Robert Cruikshank is also a member of the rifle squad . . . Singing Ed Palmason won fame singing in the University Glee Club, is a member of Phi Mu Alpha and Pi Mu Chi . . . athletes are Tony Gasparovich, football, and Dallas Dupenthaler, on the Frosh crew . . . Bill Bevis wears the key of Phi Beta Kappa. GRADUATES . . . William Bevis, Everett Goodwin. SENIORS . . .Andrew Braff, Norman Charmichael, Robert Cruikshank, Van Donaldson, Dominic Kuljis, james A. Moore, Robert Owen, Ed Palrnason, Robert Randall, Paul C. Ryan. JUNIORS . . . Richard Gepner, Tony Lloyd, Lester Siegel. SOPHOMORES . . . Fred Bachmann, Brice Bucklin, Sherman Burd, Ed Everly, Jack McCauley, Howard Rothenbuhler. PLEDGES . . . Roy C. Allen, Paul B. Carey, William E. Davis, L. Henry Doolittle, Dallas Duppenthaler, Tony Gasparovich, Howard Gepner, Earl johnson, Frank Purdy, John Spencer, Edward Willms. THE PICTURES Bachmann, Braff, Bucklin, Burd Carey, Cruikshank, Davis, Doolittle Duppenthaler, RYAN, President, Everly Gepner, Kulgis Lloyd, Moore, Owen, Palmason Purdy, Randall, Rothenbuhler Siegel, Spencer, Willms 'go ogy I 54 4510 TWENTY-FIRST AVENUE NORTHEAST FOUNDED IN 1899 CHI, 1926-41 CHAPTERS i 5 155 ,vi .4 l Tau Phi Delta Composed of members of Forest Club . . . Tau Phi Delta promotes fellowship among the timber men . . . Proving their adaptability at other things besides the woods- they won the intramural softball championship . . . and tied for second place in the foul shooting contest. FACULTY MEMBERS . . . Dean Hugo Winkenwerder, Prof. Bror L. Grondal, Prof. Fredrick Wangaard, Prof. Eugene Zumwalt. GRADUATE MEMBERS . . . Lawrence Pattison, Gene Slocum, Hubert Wilson, Jack Geerds. SENIORS . . . Jack Corkery, Van Demick, Raymond Des Camp, Thomas Fleming, Robert Hardy, Jack Kerlee, Dick MacPherson, Charles Neth, Ray Newman. JUNIORS . . . Robert Bulchis, Robert Colwell, Gene Glaser, William Hutton, Oscar Kuntz, Morten Lauridsen, Clarence Ramey, jack Wilson. SOPHOMORES . . . Thomas Barnes, George Corkery, Robert Demick, Ronald Fishback, Lloyd Jorgensen, Charles Peters, Carl Stevens, Walter Sutherland. PLEDGES . . . Allen Davis, Gordon Foster, Vernon Joyer, William Liske, Max Myring, John Safstrorn, James Simkins, Max Smith, Lawrence Thorpe, Charles Wilson. THE PICTURES Bames, Bulchis, Colwell, Corkery, G., Corkery, J. Conover, Demick, R., Demick, V., Des Camp, Fishback Fleming, MCPHERSON, President, Glaser Hardy, Hutton Jorgensen, Joyer, Kerlee, Kuntz, Lauridsen Lofgren, Neth, Newman, Pattison Peters, Ramey, Rolletto Smith, Stevens Sutherland nv"'v-ng 2 'Y CPA 53 2 1721555 'QQ Ig A Q 39 4616 TWENTY-FIRST N. E. FOUNDED IN 1923 ALPHA, 1923-3 CHAPTERS Theta Chi A. S. U. W. President Mack Koon set the pace for Theta Chi's after winning the political battle last spring . . . johnny Hannum. also proved his skill in politics as manager of Patsy jackson, A. S. U. W. secretary . . . Ed Meyer, assistant manager of the High School Basketball Tournament . . . Virgil Hillyer, Sigma Delta Chi and Daily assistant news editor . . . and red head Horace McClure, tumbler, varsity swimmer, last year's Yell King, and member of Oval Club, are among the well- known Theta Chis. SENIORS . . . Bruce Cheever, Richard Codd, Carter Crimp, Walter Elliott, James Fogarty, John Hannum, Kenneth Hargreaves, Chris Heimbegner, Virgil Hillyer, James Howe, Roger James, Jackson Kidd, Mack Koon, Conrad Mannes, Edmond Meyer, Watson Robertson, james Skewes, William Smith, Victor Vaughn, William West. ,TUNIORS . . . Woolsey Bingay, Donald Bourgaize, Stanley Brooks, Joseph Feek, Austin Grant, James Randles, Kenneth Smith. SOPHOMORES . . . Mark Allen, Hugh Brown, Edgar Filion, Clifford Fulwiler, William Juntila, Lloyd Lofthus, Gordon Montgomery, Robert Peck, William Savage, Dale Taylor. PLEDGES . . . Douglas Anderson, John Aubert, Dale Boggs, jack Bowen, Robert Butson, Stewart Christensen, Jay De Friel, Lowell Doupe, Alan Ehrenberg, Adrian Flower, Alvin Formo, Walter Guidinger, Victor Harris, Harrison Hart, Robert Hoxsey, Jim Keenholts, Wallace Luby, Horace McClure, Duane Mellinger, Charles Moehring, Jack Nattinger, Alvin Nordlund, Dick Peasley, Norman Porteous, John Powell, Donald Shallow, Byron Starkweather, Dean Thompson, Robert Watson, Harold Widsteen, Stanley Wyatt. THE PICTURES Allen, Anderson, Aubert, Bingay, Boggs, Bowen, Bawrgaize Brooks, Brown, Butson, Cheever, Christensen, Cobb, Crimp DeFrill, Duupe, MEYER, President, Ehrenberg, Elliott Filion, Flower, Irmos, Fulwiler Grant, Guidinger, Hannurn, Hargreaves, Harris, Hart, Heimbigner Hillyer, Hoxsey, Howe, Juntila, Keenholts, Kidd, Koon Lofthus, Luby, McClure, Marines, Meharry, Mellinger, Moehring Montgomery, Nordlund, Nottinger, Peasley, Peck, Porteous Powell, Robertson, Randles, Savage, Shallow Skewes, Smith, K., Smith, W., Starkweather Taylor, Thompson, Ulrich Watson, West Widsteen L.. i I "-L1 L as Lf, r X fl- Wi, T K iii 1 'mae 4535 SEVENTEENTH AVENUE NORTHEAST FOUNDED IN 1856 ALPHA RI-IO, 1925-50 CHAPTERS 156 .I Q, 'if 'f 4-7 gy. . , . , 1,3-w '27 25, ,li Ag., . ,. J. js. YV .1 vi ii, .in A T -- 9 ,Q J 'VJ iff?-ez fi T 'us Q, xy vffhi f- AQU., 1- . 1 tv' -: Q . l -1: u' ' ft . l l img' AL 5 -- .X,1.l. lit? 9 ,A . , 157 'lhetalleltallhi Helping to keep Theta Delts in the limelight are Keith McCoy, member of Oval Club and Varsity Debate Manager . . . Ralph Clough, recent exchange student to Lingnan University in Canton, China . . . Bob Westcott, Russell Nord and Robert Johnson, house atheletes . . . Don Helberg, assistant Debate manager and member of Beta Gamma Sigma. FACULTY . . . Dean Judson F. Falknor, Robert S. Mansfield, Major Loren A. Wetherby. SENIORS . . . Lewis Berry, Donald Helberg, Robert A. Johnson, Keith McCoy, Charles Roesner. JUNIORS . . . Ralph Clough, Homer Curtis, Joseph Finney, Edward Johnston, Robert Marshall, Paul Meydenbauer, Russel Nord, Thad Petersen, Robert Wescott, Andrew Winberg. SOPHOMORES . . . Victor Diediker, Wayne Fury, Andrew Dan Rogerson. PLEDGES . . . John Ashbaugh, Vaughan Giffen, Paul Gronnert, John Robert Service, William Taylor, John Wittwer, Jr. THE PICTURES Ashbaugh, Berry, Clough, Curtis Diediker, Finney, Fury, Giffen Gronnert, MCCOY, President, Helberg Johnson, Johnston Marshall, Meydenbauer, Nord, Petersen Roesner, Rogerson, Service, Taylor Wescott, Winberg, Wittwer - va niqa 1800 EAST FORTY-SEVENTH STREET FOUNDED IN 1865 GAMMA PI, 1906-96 CHAPTERS Theta Xi Big "W" man, Don Jones, shines for Theta Xi as fullback on the varsity eleven . . . Vernon Peterson, a sophomore, has earned one of the best beats on The Daily . . . Greek honoraries have been Won by William Farrell, who is a member of Sigma Xi and Rho Chi, and George Wall, who belongs to Alpha Kappa Psi . . . frosh footballers are Frank Monkus, Bill Kissane, Bill Benziger, jack Benziger, and Jay MacDowell. SENIORS . . . Leonard Bonar, Lewis England, William Farrell, Milton Raymond, Robert C. Will. JUNIORS . . . Warren Anderson, Charles McCaughan, Horace Straight, George Wall. SOPHOMORES . . . Edwin Blau, John Graf, George Herrman, Don Jones, William Mitchell, Max Peabody, Vernon Peterson, Lewis Stecher. PLEDGES . . . jack Benziger, William Benziger, Lloyd Blauvelt, Verran Borgstedt, Wellington Harmon, William Kissane, Daniel Larsen, Harold Lien, Jay MacDowel1, Robert McKeown, John Maloy, Dean McAdams, Frank Monkus, Edo Vanni, Clifford Ward. THE PICTURES Anderson, W., Benziger, J., Benziger, W., Blau Bonar, England, Farrell, Graf Herman, JONES, President, Kissane Larsen, MacDowe11 McCaughan, Maloy, Monkus, Mitchell Peabody, Peterson, Raymond, Stecher Wall, Ward, Will gre nf " ng 51:09. 54. 'I V- 51,3 1.5, ,75f'.fQ1.I': A 3 Q. f. ,Q-. ., 4522 EIGHTEENTH AVENUE NORTHEAST FOUNDED IN 1864 UPSILON, 1916-36 CHAPTERS iii. 3 "-I. , , , il 'T' ff, 2, .' ' V3-it M, --1 .g-, 11' it Ha. mf fi-,wr ' ' 1 . "lx-1if'H.i3 'N--, 'lil , l'1'f.?".:.xx ' ' V H-fr '--Ley . - j.-'C--V ,V - -,,1.. -V 2 1,-g. ,it 3" 1 1" fi,,'.', Vi 6 '-- " --1 'L " ' , ' fi- -if 'IJ A -I' . ,Qi "Qi 'ifL'Q'f,i ' W 51:34. P'-'EQQ1 , ac? le n' if 'U-"' J?" 15, , ,,,1:f's.'f9veg, T " ' 'Y3,u,ZBT,i,i" '-E, .W .bt www-f. , u 1 Zeta Beta Tau Music-minded Alvin Schneider, who wrote "You on the Campus" for last year's Ballet Moose, is co-production manager of this year's Varsity Varieties . . . Zeta Beta Taus Whose interests center in sports are Harold Vinikow, hockey manager, Roland Shank, manager of a minor sport, and Stanley Silverman, who wields a foil cn the fencing team. SENIORS . . . Harry Bernow, Stanley Cohen, Carl Koch, Melvin Lurie, Alvin Schneider, Stanley Silverman. JUNIORS . . . Avron Gillman, Herbert Haas, Elkon Offer. SOPHOMORES . . . Earle Glant, A. Louis Harris, Ted Kaufman, Roland Shank, Stuart Taylor, Harold Vinikow, Gerald Walters, James Winters. PLEDGES . . . Ira Alexander, Jack Berkowitz, Elmer Cichy, Leonard Green, Edwin Guthman, Barney Itkin, Lester Keiter, Richard Lachman, Howard Levinson, Richard Newberger, Herbert Pickard, Leon M. Schneck, Loui.s Seidenverg. THE PICTURES Alexander, Berkowitz, Bernow, Cichy, Cohen Gillman, Glant, Green, Guthman, Haas Harris, KOCH, President, Itkin Kaufman, Keiter Lachman, Levinson, Lurie, Newberger, Offer Pickard, Shank, Schneck, Schneider Seidenverg, Silverman, Taylor Vinikow, Walters Winters 4760 TWENTY-FIRST AVENUE NORTHEAST FOUNDED IN 1898 ALPHA MU, 1922-34 CHAPTERS R Zeta? i The men of Zeta Psi concentrate on the managerial field in the world of sport . . . most prominent of their managers is Bud Corbin, Senior Minor "W" manager and Oval Club member . . . sandy-haired Hawley Atkinson, whose sideline is politics, is junior Minor "WH manager . . . Sophomore managers are Jim Lynch, Louis Buren and Thad Grosscup . . . john Burns and Bill Thompson teamed together to win the intramural golf championship . . . jack Carlson performed in the Studio Theatre's production, "Twelfth Night." FACULTY . . . Clyde Robinson, Dr. Howard Woolston. GRADUATES . . . Charles Duffy, john McKeehan, Donald Meiklejohn. SENIORS . . . James Bryce, John Burns, Melville Corbin, Volney Cousins, Cecil Drury, Fred Duffy, James Mills, jack Ross. IUNIORS . . . Hawley Atkinson, Harry Bingham, Brooks Norman, jack Petit, Ferdinand Schneider, William Thompson. SOPHOMORES . . . Thaddeus Grosscup, Donald Kirby, James Lynch, James Meiklejohn, Neil Ringrose, Keith Wilder. PLEDGES . . . Louis Buren, Newton Buren, Edward Cadman, John Carlson, Richard Clark, Charles Clemen, Austin Cook, Nevin Elliot, Tom Geist, Robert Hogan, Walter Johnson, Harry Martin, Ward Pettit, Irving Pratt, Marvin Sauers, Maurice Sauers, Phillip Terry. THE PICTURES Bingham, Buren, L., Buren, N., Cadman, Carlson Clark, Clemen, Cook, Cousins, Duffy, C. Duify, F., CORBIN, President, Elliott Geist, Grosscup Hogan, Kirby, Johnson, Lynch, Martin Mills, Norman, Petit, J., Pettit, W. Pratt, Ringrose, Ross Saunders, Schneider Terry, Thompson C1 I mis 0 --fiat ., at l 'ki . .,.' iii'-v 4703 TWENTY-FIRST AVENUE NORTHEAST FOUNDED IN 1847 PHI LAMBDA, 1920-28 CHAPTERS nl V ff: M... gl .I m .Q Ve I ,Qga ti-4, nl i . , . el. V I. lm . 'f , ,iq Z f ,N 3-I, rfxgyx L H 5. -1: . .AI I' A., rr si. 1 ,551 Jr. Q V 1 ,JQ.,'. 1 ' uf - xg., . -iv my 1 'QQQ-A .ah lf' 'J-Ki 't l . i , VH. ' 2 2 v, .. . ST iff' Hag' I 'tif ' xi-g -V Zvi sg V 555, ',-fmt f V, Y I 1, rx-if ' xg- giiig' A --3:-fi.,?'ii :da i' ,, V V ,l x 1 ,I , I X61 H B Q l '-,,ij.fff:T.g-Q-, N ,V A ,C A V N, ll E Q,.'QfFFs1:X. -1.1: i -,:fq,v". , 2 31. . S.- 1 Y T, 'Hi' J, lltkrfwl 33, P 1 : ,T'f::, x j t " fn, jj r Q- 1.421 ,g B H 'A , if-fi'-ffl'1ff 5 .5 if'fl'5!9-fkeif-i A L' i?-if ml Sl i 'ft flier ' l 53 l 3 Y fgff' + K, 1 2104 EAST FORTY-FIFTH STREET Q, ' Wu P ,V 4,j5.l P W-Y - FOUNDED IN me P gif? fi, , l 'ffl f fig", fl' , 1, LAMBDA DEUTERON, 1932-sz CHAPTERS r l '43,f.,.i1l-1 '1-lu: . iz. ,s -' r' , l - " ,f':F'. ,. M--.f in A A .. I if up '- T if' ' " -.- saying ,iii-7,2454 -, - , 42 iii -:qi--' 'i , f - e.4,1,f:,j-Q1""yf -ei, ,, , ' 55316, 1:-- - A- . -- ,,Y...- ..,, .-.. -- Phi igma llappaf Converting the old D. G. house into a fraternity, Phi Sigs set up housekeeping on the corner of 45th and 21st . . . well-known Phi Sigs are Johnny Rosenkranz, varsity crew coxwain . . . joe Scharf, rally chairman . Q . Dick Faris, Tyee "Sweetheart" chairman . . . Ross Goodrich, president of Alpha Delta Sigma . . . John Stanley, Phi Delta Kappa . . . and Virgil Heimberger, golf, and committee member for the High School Leaders' Conference. GRADUATES . . . Robert Fagan, john Stanley, Lionel Wolff. SENIORS . . . Albert Culverwell, Richard Faris, Ross Goodrich, Robert Grant, James Hite, Brien King, Paul Mercy, Harold Stack, Herbert Yandle. JUNIORS . . . Noel Atkinson, Lloyd Bacon, Vincent Bochnak, Russell Hewitt, Maurice Kirkpatrick, Henry Peterson, john Rosenkranz, William Sexton, Reginald Smart, Adrian Stewart. SOPHOMORES . . . Gerald Brand, Curtis Church, Joseph Scharf, Melvin Williams, Alvin Wolff. PLEDGES . . . John Arends, Michael Baker, Sydney Hardt, Robert Hays, Virgil Heimberger, Frank Hosford, John Kempton, Lloyd Martin, Warren Maxwell, William Reko, Leslie Robinson, B. Adams Smith, William Welch, Thomas Wenk, John Werts. THE PICTURES Atkinson, Baker, Bochnak, Brand, Church Faris, Goodrich, Grant, Hewitt, Hardt Heimberger, KIRKPATRICK, President, Hite Martin, Maxwell Mercy, Peterson, Reko, Robinson Rosenkranz, Scharf, Sexton Smith. Stanley, Stewart W nk W t e ' ,. er s Williams 'N E41 'ff' ' 14. iv 1' 4 ii: E-f.,,MXEtv:1, up 1 ' 15' 4:51-'il N' 1: FIEQMQ l " lf 1- 1 'WJ' i ., K, iff. I6 u Tlwifz 0am 4 ex H F ll? of KEN COX The Thinker A first year law student who looks with pleasure on the rest of the world . . . president of the Y. M. C. A .... member of Oval Club, Tau Kappa Alpha, speech honorary, Pi Sigma Alpha, political science honorary . . . varsity debater . . . won three faculty awards and was a ranking Rhodes . scholar for the Northwest . . . finds time to work on a hobby, which at present is the Japanese Student Conference. WILLA WILCOX Woman Engineer The only girl to weather three years of engineering and come out with a 3.08 average . . . social chairman for McKee Hall . . . assistant chairman of Tolo ticket committee . . , chairman of patrons for the Engineers Informal . . . a member of Xenia chapter of Phrateres . . .worked on the Engineers' Open House . . . chosen an Adelphi sweetheart for the Tyee Sweetheart Show. ROBERTA SCHUMANN Leader . Can ever be found sneaking up on her fellow Tolo House members for a candid shot . . . collects books, wishing they were First editions . . . glories in horseback riding . . . president of the Independent House Council . . . member of Totem Club... a speech major, Roberta also belongs to Zeta Phi Eta, speech and arts honorary . . . is willing to use her talking technique in an argument anytime. JERRY CROLLARD Advertiser Sets type because it fits in with his advertising major . . . resurrected the University Ad Club and made it go . . . active in Alpha Delta Sigma . . . he's,the fellow who'll chauffeur his friends around town anytime he has no class. 165 Versatile, progressive, these eight prominent independents are representative of four-fifths of the student body. Through their own initiative they go forward. They show the goals attainable through individual effort. For this, we salute them. BETTY MEACHAM All-Around Girl Spends free week-ends winning ski events . . . a former captain of the women's swimming team and a winner in last year's telegraphic swimming meet . . . member of "W" Key, Totem Club, Mortar Board and the A. W. S. Council . . . past president of the Y. W. C. A .... former president of Sigma Epsilon Sigma . . . enviable grade average. GUS ASPLUND Crooner Bridge is his vocation, avocation, hobby and delight-so he managed the Bridge tournament . . . found time for chairmanship of the High School Leaders conference, chairman- ship of the Spring Sports Prom and for participation in politics . . . member of Oval Club and Sigma Delta Chi . . . croons at University dances . . . led a song fest contest. CATHERINE CARAHER Sympathetic and Friendly So fond of tennis that she once taught it at a summer camp . . . directed the aEairs of Phrateres during the past year . . . interested in girls and in helping them when she can . . . served on A. W. S. standards, A. W. S. council, and various committees . . . collects cream pitchers . . . hopes to teach Home Economics. DICK H U BBELL Expert Photographer An official photographer for this year's Tyee . . . his dark room overflows into his bedroom, to his roommate's disgust . . . assistant lab instructor to neophyte type-Setters . . . one of those people who has not only written articles, but has sold them to magazines-for real money . . . a member of Sigma Delta Chi. . . appointed editor of the Alaska Cruise, newspaper published on the American Boy magazine's cruise, for this summer. ily ndependeut Hausa Caunoit it :iam .SMX 'e S H " 5- 53,- Kfiggsp VM. Forrest, Kloepper, Maus, Norelius Pohlman, SCHUMANN, President, Ptemo Teeter, Todnem Vieth, Wood, Zubli , ,f-,f'3,f'fL, - "gf Q3 in ', 'J 'Ji .. T1 . K ,V ,N zum'-' 1. 4-ff I 4 A is ' , so -of if - . K K -"' gl 54, N 'J A l ' ' .1 -Q .' -so W , Q 1, I V , ' , I - .,f 1' 1 ' .,-,..,L - 1 We 4 5-r -. ,., ,yi ,, ,fri 1 Does for organized independent wornen's houses the same thing that Panhellenic does for sororities . . . activities include the coordination of the various activities of the different houses and taking care of house problems and questions of standards . . . the council is represented on the Student Affairs Committee, A. W. S. Standards Committee, the Phrateres Council and in Panhellenic. OFFICERS President, Roberta Schumann. Vice-President, Delores Premo. Secretary-Treasurer, Lorraine Norelius. REPRESENTATIVES D. A. R. House, Betty Lou Maus. 16th Avenue Cooperative, Carlye Vieth. 17th Avenue Cooperative, Carola Forrest. Newman House, Marion Pohlman. Wesley Club, Frances Todnem. Blaine Hall, Millie Kloepper. Austin Hall, Louise Teeter. McKee Hall, Adoree Zubli. Tolo House, Lorraine Norelius. McKenney House, Dorothy Wood. l67 lu tin Hall Abode of winners . . . Isabel Schloming wins acclaim for solo Work and original songs with Austin Hall choir . . . Jean Kolinski wins praise for swimming in Garhart meet . . . Mary Jane Keyes wins a place in the court of the homecoming queen . . . Juliet Rudolph Wins scholastic recognition by pledging Sigma Epsilon Sigma, underclasswomen's scholastic honorary. SENIORS . . . Janet Andersen, Lois Bender, Ruth Ekdahl, Lorene Hanson, Gwen Jones, Lois Jones, Winifred Knox, Esther Palmer, Kathleen Shields, Dorothy Struthers, Louise Teeter. JUNIORS . . . Mary Anderson, Opal Coy, Edein French, Ruth Jaadan, Iris Jenner, Helen Kipple, Joyce Nichols, Isabel Schloming, Marion Rothstein, Margaret Struthers. SOPHOMORES . . . Mildred Allison, Mary Louise Blomberg, Grace Clark, Lucia Clement, Letha Conn, Betty Daniel, Helen Des Brisay, Carolyn Emory, Marjorie Goodman, Frances Gossman, Blossom Hewitt, Mary Hiller, Kay Hitchcock, Nancy Hitchcock, Helen Johnstone, Barbara Jones, Constance Kerr, Jean Kolinski, Eleanor Marble, Bernice Marshall, Mary Alice Milburn, Marion Nesbit, Jo Pearce, Jane Pyle, Dorette Rothschild, Juliet Rudolph, Betty Rush, Marguerite Schuknecht, Francelia Smith, Nellie Stubbs, Peggy Jean Swick, Margaret Toohey, Elcy Whittaker. FRESHMEN . . . Marjorye Anderson, Jane Baumeister, Mickey Boyles, Eva Braun, Pauline Carskadden, Elaine Crichlow, Dorothea Dean, Gertrude Ekdahl, Constance Engle, Doris Fowler, Jane Hetherington, Meredith Jenkins, Florence Kari, Mary Jane Keyes, Estelle Koontz, Norma Lee, Harriet Lund, Nancy McClure, Kathrine Mathews, Shirley Miller, Lois Owens, Doris Peter, Marjorie Powell, Rosemary Richardson, Thelma Rothstein, Ruthe Schuler, Arabella Solomon, Madlyn Stearns. THE PICTURES Allison, Anderson, J., Anderson, M., Anderson, M., Baumeister Bender, Blomberg, Boyles, Braun, Carskadden, Clement Coy, Crichlow, TEETER, President, Daniel, Ekdahl, G, Ekd hl R Ex l F l F h a , ., ig e, ow er, renc Gossman, Hanson, I-Iewitt,Hitchcock, K.. Hitchcock, N., Jenner Jones, L., Keyes, Knox, Kolinski, Koontz, Lee Mathews, Milburn, Palmer, Pearce, Powell, Rothschild Rothstein, T., Rudolph, Schloming, Schuknecht Schuler, Shields, Stearns Stubbs, Toohey Whittaker if , 1,-yn ,,, N H Y Vi X L, ,g i Quai ,, t, l Ixtirnu :V l.. ix W, '-,M 1 1 X xl r ' Y I Lfi" w . i I lf 47 , I , A . . f,-1 4 r , i xg .,,r,-ff 4 . ' .1 I--u . 4-f-I giant' ' Mkirfq if "SY C - ', fy, f F , , A . 4 p it ,,., , , , A , 1 li' l 1 ',.il.,., ' lx . :I , 4,15-frvarf inn flEineiHidli Teamwork is specialty of Blaine Hall girls . . . cooperation won them the volleyball championship this year . . . Millie Kloepper unites all four residence halls by representing them in the A. W. S. council . . . crack-shot Marie Louise Romick won the novice cup and two medals as a member of the women's rifle team . . . cooperation with a horse won two prizes for Virginia Chapman at the University women's horse show. SENIORS . . . Arline Conradt, Betty Crandall, Virginia Hanna, Millie Kloepper, Mary Logan, Mae Rose Munroe, Renie Staton, Shirley Walker. JUNIORS . . . Donna Anderson, Jane Bellinger, Vera Braley, Dorothy Cadzow, Frances Cadzow, Jessie Farr, Juanita Lodde, Florence Lutz, Helen Melville, Edith Middleton, Ingrid Pearson, Dorothy Schacht, Josephine Slaninka, Margaret Whitfield. SOPHOMORES . . . Jane Elizabeth Allstrurn, Isabel Anderson, Jean Beidleman, Edna Lou Benskin, Pearl Dunbar, Elizabeth Eshom, Elaine Ewald, Vivien Hall, Isabelle Jones, Edith Lane, Marion Lindbloom, Rhoda Ludwick, Frances Lutz, Jayne McGrew, Elizabeth Peters, Suzanne Pinkharn, Kathleen Price, Virginia Reddie, Marie Louise Romick, Olive Skjarstad, Jesse-May Smith, Virginia Lee Starr, Virginia Swenholt, Shirley Weinstein, Charlene Wood. FRESHMEN . . . Jean Almquist, Jo Armstrong, Jeanne Billson, Patricia Brain, Helen Campbell, Virginia Chapman, Torrey de Frernery, Ida Mae Dunn, Peggy Lou Grout, Beverly Hall, Mary Hess, Laincha Hotchkin, Jaquelin Ingalls, Helen Jorgensen, Mary Lou Kale, Betty Jo Kipp, Patricia Kutting, Harriet Latson, Gudrun Larson, Evelyn Livesley, Blanche Lofthus, Kay Molony, Myrtle McCormick, Jean McHugo, Barbara McMahon, Lucille Miller, Josephine Neilsen, Dorothy Nelson, Frances Owens, Claudia Prentice, Helen Pott, Betty Reiling, Virginia Rollins, Helen Rossoe, Janet West, Anne Wilkins, Letha Zimmerman. THE PICTURES Allstrum, Almquist, Anderson. D., Anderson, I.. Armstrong, Bellinger Billson, Brain, Cadzow, D., Caclzow. F., Chapman, Conradt Crandall, de Fremery, KLOEPPER, President, Dunbar, Eshom ' Ewald, Farr, Grout, Hall Hanna, Jones, Jorgensen, Kale, Kipp, Kutting Lane, Larson, Lindbloom, Livesley, Logan, Ludwick Lutz, Florence, Lutz, Frances, Molony, McGrew, Mel-Iugo, McMahon Melville, Miller, Munroe, Neilsen, Nelson. Owens Pearson. Peters, Pott, Prentice, Price, Reddie Rciling, Romick, Schacht, Slaninka, Smith, Starr Staten, Walker, Whitfield, Wood, Zimmerman 169 ' N. X ..- X x ,-ip iff? l ' v l f N 9 Sanctuary providing privileges, companionship, and privacy desired by upperclasswomen . . . does not only produce Phi Betes . . . Elizabeth Rhodes's latest composition, "Night Cry," took to the ether from the California dance bands as well as from Tommy Thomas's singsters . . . Peggy Holmes pulls the strings for rabbits and snakes in the puppet productions . . . latest Work in "Alice in Wonderland." GRADUATES . . . Ruth Clark, Barbara Fassett, Vivienne Finley, Agnes Anne Haas, Bernice Hand, Alice Harper, Nancy Harvey, Wilma Harvey, Peggy Holmes, Billee Johnson, Ruth Johnson, Sui Movi Lee, Loretta Maloney. Blanche Marion, Eleanor Brown Mercer, Ellen Raphael, Mary Louise Richards, Margaret Savage, Mary Scammell, Hazel Scarlett, Milory Sluth, Jeanette Strehlaw, Ruth Van Arsdale. SENIORS . . . Caroline Athey, Rose Mary Burke, Eleanor Capps, Emily Coates, Betty Colbert, Catherine Crego, Augusta Dickinson, Helga Enkeboll. Lois Evanson, Ruth Gartner, Zelda Hindin. Marv Ann Marble, Katherine Munroe, Dorothy Myhre, Elizabeth Ness, Helen Nicola, Ann Patterson, Leslie Reinig, Elizabeth Rhodes, Sylvina Ross, Dorothy Steen, Margaret Tracy, Jane Van Bogaert. JUNIORS . . . Margaret Brinkerhoff, Stella Brooks, Thelma Brooks, Peggy Burgner, Veronica Crollard, Marian Current, Virginia Davis, Ethelwynne Duryee, Blayne Hopkins, Constance Johnson, Georgia Lee Jones, Elizabeth Kray, Betty Klein, Betty Killien, Gim Locke, Edith McAllister, Mary McDonald, Margaret Murrill, Doris Ridge, Catherine Selander, Lucile Thacker, Helen Williams, Kay Williams. SOPHOMORES . . . Eleanore Anderson, Dolores Bader, Harriet Harrison, Peggie Riley, Jeanette Stewart, Ianthe Swope. FRESHMEN . . . Dorothy Anderson, Edith Barrie, Helen jones. THE PICTURES Anderson, Barrie, Burgner, Burke, Coates Colbert, Dickinson, Enkeboll, Evanson, Harrison Hindin, HAAS, President, Hopkins Jones, H., Klein McDonald, Marble, Munroe, Nicola Raphael, Reinig, Rhodes Riley, Ross, Selander Stambuk, Steen Williams , f ,f f r 1. I A , I , l Y Q' ,V Jin 1, 'Nfl Matti Girls from the four corners of the globe . . . Alaska, Hawaii, South America, and China . . . cosmopolitan atmosphere attracts swains . . . men like McKee Hall dates . . . divans never empty . . . Bob Moch, assistant crew coach, seems to be taking a world tour. SENIORS . . . Mary Busch, Betty Jane Harper, Anne Helder, Margaret Jennings, Frances Johnson, Lois Lamberson, Kathleen McCutcheon, Margaret Millice, Betty Rhodes, Doris Ryan, Barbara Simpkins, Bernice Strong, Jean Veazie, June Von der Hellen. JUNIORS . . . Marjorie Aikens, Grace Albien, Helen Appel, Marian Atkinson, Theodora Benson, Irma Haas, Leona Hall, Dixie Hayden, Marjorie Lou Kay, Marjory Moch, Helen Nelson, Vera Pound, Elizabeth Ruffcorn, Amy Schoelkopf, Marian Stacy, Virginia Summersett, Hallie Thompson, Janet Vincent, Deloise Wester, Betty Whitnall, Willa Wilcox, Adoree Zubli. SOPHOMORES . . . Bernice Boldt, Vivian Cornber, Alison Dolling, Lillian Eberhart, Marvelann Galusha, Florence Grant, Joy Hauser, Ruth Jacobson, Dorothy Johnson, Kathryn Linden, Eileen Miller, Ruth Norton, Charlotte Oliver, June Persinger, Dorothy Sowa, Betty Webb, Elaine Zuber. FRESHMEN . . . LeRene Allen, Lois Buckman, Mary Elizabeth Cockburn, Patricia Doebbler, Laura Ellis, Ruth Frieling, Bernadine Gaffney, Patience Harland, Dorothy Hughes, Kathryn Kennedy, Donna Lee, Elaine Mallory, Jane Markham, Valdene Mason, Gail Miller, Mary Alice Naden, Jean Pound, Phyllis Raffelson, Gwen Rees, Beatrice Schofield, Marion Shumaker, Margaret Silverman, Margery Strauss, Gladys Strom, Virginia Volk, Claire Waggener, Jean Wellington, Adele White, Genevieve Wolf. THE PICTURES Aikens, Albien, Allen, Appel, Benson, Boldt, Busch Cockburn, Doebbler, Dolling, Eberhart, Frieling, Gaffney, Galusha ' Harland, Harper, ZUBLI, President, Hayden, Hughes Jacobson, Johnson, D., Kennedy, Kirsten Lamberson, Lee, Lindblc-om, Linden, Mallory, Mason McCutcheon, Millice, Moch, Naden, Nelson, Norton, Oliver Persinger, Pound, J., Pound, V., Raffelson, Rees, Ryan, Schoelkopf Schofield, Silverman, Simpkins, Stacy, Straus, Strom, Strong Summersett, Thomvson. Veazie. Vincent, Volk Von der Hellcn, Waggener, Webb, Wellington Wester, White. Whitnall Wilcox, Wolf Zuber 171 1 . J I w MOKenneyH0u Thomas is the McKenney girls' favorite cat . . . great was the grief when the sleek mascot disappeared, but open arms welcomed him back . . . among Thomas' admirers is Irma Roald of the Penthouse and Studio theatres . . . also a part of Tomrny's public is Grace Robertson, who is well known for her work in publications, especially as women's sports editor for the Daily and Tyee. SENIOR . . . Dorothy Woods. JUNIOR . . . Margaret Christensen. SOPHOMORES . . . Violet Andersen, Elaine Ewald, Mildred Skoglund, Ella Tappe. FRESHMEN . Olive Benwick, Mary Burns, Myrtle Dahl, Faith Eastman, Marian Ingram, Elizabeth Jensen, Irene Lucas, Margaret Mclnnes, Evelyn A. Pedersen, Evelyn Mae Peterson, Irma Roald, Grace Robertson, Jean Scott. THE PICTURES Andersen, Benwick, Burns, Christensen Dahl, WOODS,President, Eastman Ingram, Jensen Lucas, Mclnnes, Pedersen, Peterson Roald, Robertson Scott. Skoglund Tappe I ,M ff' 1 .1 X 'Q f' 1' 1 w --., 11 if L . Z .R , fl' f I 1 .1 F '12 ,J g., ff 1 . X , . 1 1 F 1 ,- .f1 H 111 ...V 1' f 1 L ,-1' f 1 1 1 1 1, 1 1, , -1 N12-, 1111 -.. ' , 1' 'N X - 1 1 . . 1 1 1 1- 1 ,,f1'j ir ' . if ff' J,,-"WZ ' ' 1 1 1 If . 71- "' 1-:ff .V f. V ,Q 4 12,17 E 11' N 111' '1' ' ,,1A'1 ."1i 1 . 1 1 1 I " 1' 1 '1 1 1 .1--1 W., 1' A 1 1 1 1 r:,,,,....1 -fe-' A :vi-fa X , ' ' ,,A.a-""""df.f'5 - '-ei?-in-'V1,f1:'-1. K 1 '1 H .2 1:1 111. 1l.ji11'1f1 -Q 1' , 11 i . '11L ffl 'f"11'1'. 11" Z ' '1 'r1', F 1 . L '- I ' l 1f url' "1' 1 1 11 "T ,' , X 111 111 wg, .A.-,.g-.:fe.Jg1. 'V .A I 11 V I "yu-' '1 , Wg.- 'L ' ' . A ,-,.,I,,,,-. A ij' -gviiiiiifn vijw' , "' AgT','f' .'1"'jI, K QI.,-,W K -..v,, qt ' W ' 'I , ,t ,Y .lgifiipx , iff, L... L32 iiffjr' ,Q - ,-Q1H1'i.' 11 " - - 4 we--fu :asf-4-"' --A- -1 'N'--'ff---1-K--....":.1.Q. 1. sawn, ,411 -1 1. 111. ,,,gj'wL:57.j, 11"--f - -' w- '-1-.,.,v"1o' " 1 1 1 Center of Catholic activities on the campus . . . members take a leading part in the social whirl as well as in the intellectual circle of Newman Club . . . their sphere of interest also includes A. W. S., A. S. U. W., and Y. W. C. A .... the Hall provides a friendly circle of warmth and is the campus home for Catholic girls. GRADUATES . . . Eva Lentz, Margaret Lentz, Louise Nesbitt, SENIORS . . . Marion Hahn, Marion Pohlman. JUNIORS . . . Mary Ford. SOPHOMORES . . . Gertrude Benson, Helen Kresek, Mary McCarthy, Marie Tropea, Rose Tropea, Katherine Wynn. FRESHMEN . . . Dorothy Lieb, Joline McBeth, Lorraine Serry, Helen Tyrrell, Virginia Walsh. THE PICTURES Benson, Ford, Hahn, Lentz Lieb, KRESEK, President, McBeth McCarthy, Nesbitt Pohlrnan, Serry, Tropea, M., Tropea, R. Tyrrell Wynn 2 1 .1 1 1 1 1 1 '11 1 vi l 7 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 173 f NY 3 ToloiHou e Members of Tolo House famous for talent, brains, and beauty . . . talent of Dorothy Hughes, dance sensation of the Ballet Moose . . . brains of Roberta Schumann, president of the Independent house council, member of Totem Club, and Junior Phi Bete . . .beauty of Miriam Geiger, one of the charmers in the court of the homecoming queen. SENIORS . . . Lorraine Norelius, Trula Polwarth, Roberta Schumann. JUNIORS . . . Jane Apple, Vance Apple, Olive Chervenka, Janet MacDonald, Mary Roberts, Sigrid Seppala, Violet Zenor. SOPHOMORES . . . Vera Hylton, Margaret Miles, Eathel Miller, Mary Katherine Richards, Lois Smith. FRESHMEN . . . Carol Anderson, Betty Burkhart, Adell Carlson, Marian Elliot, Helen Fearey, Miriam Geiger, Evelyn Gerlach, Irene Haubner, Loislouise Hodges, Dorothy Hughes, Katherine Johnson, Barbara Means, Marjeane Paine, Beth Rosborough, Constance Schmidt, Dorothy Scott, June Southard, Alice Roberts. THE PICTURES Anderson, Apple, J., Apple, V., Burkhart, Carlson Chervenka, Elliot, Geiger, Gerlach Haubner, NORELIUS, President, Hodges Hylton, MacDonald Means, Miles, Miller, Paine, Polwarth Richards, Roberts, A., Roberts, M., Rosborough, Seppala Schmidt, Schumann, Scott Smith. Southard Zenor Odice Caldwell, Honderich, Sasnett Kitchen Hastings, Caldwell, Turner, Arnold, Eisele Board of Directors Smith, Welke, Coddington, Lucas, Lyon, Bampton, Cossar, Shaw, Halley House Presidents, Managers. and Housemothers Sheppherd, Graybill, Chaaf, Vieth, Forrest, Bratten, Muriin Second raw: Halley. Lyon. Murray, Kelso, Gaskill, Dodge, Steinke 16th Avenue House Meeting Carlye Vieth presiding mwah Started in 1933 as the seed of a dream, the Student Cooperative has shown such phenomenal growth in its few years of existence that it now claims over three hundred members and a waiting list. Under the direction of Walter Honderich, it has expanded into offices and a central kitchen just off "the Avenue." Synonymous with the organization is a reputation for "keeping out of the red" and for serving excellent food. Credit for the good management goes to the Board of Directors-nine students elected annually by the holders of full memberships. Credit for the good food goes to the planning by a hired dietician, to the unique equipment which was designed and built by the Association, and to the kitchen staff which includes 106 of the three hundred members. The system of using students' comments about each meal has worked so well that several outside groups take advantage of their food service. ' 9 74 9... STUDENT COOPERATIVE ASSOCIATION At regular house meetings, members arrange their programs of study hours, social activities, and athletic participation. Inforrnals, riresides, skating parties, open-houses, and two nights at the Repertory Playhouse are on the calendar of each house. A real threat in intramurals, the Association is proud of the Gerhart trophy won by the Girls' Sixteenth Avenue House, and of the boxing championships Won by George Esveldt and Chester Strong. A cup offered by the Board of Directors for the first time this year brought interest in scholarship competition. The Seventeenth Avenue Girls' House won the recognition winter quarter. In june, the largest graduating class in the history of the Cooperative movement will be graduated. Washingtonians are watching with interest the growth of this "profitable democracy." E1 . ,Q .'ul.4Q',., - ..,-.-,,-rf..-,., 5,-If 425.411, T' A ,CI IQ' f! T. J' " ll ' n"L 'N .. -fr, rf Q- V , - . 1 ..af.'- V ' I, In 4.9,-',:,'.. is Y -, ' ' .XJ 5' :gal-'FYI ti, ,f - , Quinny cf ll 1' Q. ' 59" rf ,ima i H , X I, QW1'waf'1y , . l L , X ,A . 1 ., ,, 1, ,ff " 'JL' .pil T J :"' l am 1 A 1, 1 sr --u u Intramural Esveldt, Strong Girls' Scholarship Cup Christiansen, Bethel, Forrest Informal Senior Girls Abrams, Dyer, Vieth, Welke, Sipprell, Hoppe, Forrest, Smith Senior Men Lyon, Murfm, Murray, Steinke, Jensen Second row: Hubbell. Gaskell, Nelson, Campbell Hutchinson, Jones, Dodge, Henderson -. as Japanese tudent Club President, Saburo Hisayasu Vice-President, Harry I. Takagi Secretary, Giro Kubo Treasurer, Kimiaki Nakashima GRADUATES . . . Tom Iriye, Yoshio Koitabashi, Minoru Masuda, Steere Noda, Hoichi Ogawa, Yoshio Sato. SENIORS . . . Toru Araki, Takashi Fujii, Shoji Fukui, Naohisa Hayashi, Joe Higuchi, Saburo Hisayasu, Masanori Horiuchi, Torn Imori, Charles Kambe, Minoru Kanazawa, Roy Kosaka, Giro Kubo, Yukio Kumomoto, Hugo Kurose, Jimmie Momoi, Fred Munekiyo, Tsuyoshi Nakamura, Hiromi Nishimura, Takao Okada, Shoji Okamaru, Noboru Saito, Harry Takagi, William Takahashi, Katsomi Takakoshi, Frank Toribara, Harold Tsukuno, Shio Uyetake, Hiroshi Watanabe, Floyd Yamamoto, Masao Yayoshi. JUNIORS . . . George Abe, George Fukano, Toshio Funakoshi, Martin Hirabayashi, Walter Hirasawa, George Inouye, Shigeo Iseri, jero Kanetomi, Hiroshi Kanazawa, Minoru Kawano, Arthur Kikuchi, Chihiro Kikuchi, Fred Kosaka, Yeichi Kozu, Saburo Kunimatsu, Donald Matsumoto, Richard Matsushima, Richard Momoda, Jack Momoi, Shigeru Morita, Kimiaki Nakashima, Yohji Nishi, Ted H. Nishimura, Paul Sakai, Shosuke, Sasaki, Frank K. Shimizu, Ronald Shiozaki, George Tani, Matthew Wakabayashi, George T. Watanabe, Henry Watanabe, George Yamauchi, Harry Yanagimachi, Tatsumi Yasui, Rinichi Yoda, Kenichi Yoshihara. SOPHOMORES . . . Hiram Akila, Hiroshi Fujioka, Hideo Hoshide, Fred Kosaka, Masaharu Kuroiwa, Charles Nakata, Masao Ohmoto, Eji Suyama, George Takigawa, George Tanaka, William Tatsuda, Yoneo Yokobe, Willim Yorozu. FRESHMEN . . . Morris Abe, Eugene Eguchi, Norio Hara, Yoriyoshi Hara, Hideo Hoshide, Tom Kanno, Robert Matsumoto Jack Mayeda, I-Iiroto Okano, Kenji Ota, Masayasu Sese, Hiroshi Takei, John Tahaka, Jimmy Tatsuda, Shuichi Tomita, Takazo Tsuchiya, Hideo Yasui, Ukio Yorioka. THE PICTURES Fukui, Fukuyama, Hirabayashi, Kambe Kosaka, Kubo, Morita, Munekiyo Nakamura, HISAYASU, President, Nakashima Nishi, Okada Saito, Takagi, Tsukuno, Uyetake Watanabe, Yamamoto Yayoshi 177 Filipino Club Encourages friendship and understanding among different nationalities on campus . . . the annual Tea Party, at which faculty members and foreign students are honor guests, helps promote this feeling . . . students learn about native culture through their various musical programs . . . an annual banquet for the graduating members climaxes the year's activities. SENIORS . . . Martin P. Bambico, Domingo Cuesta, Jimmiano Fe Benito, Belen de Guzman, Fernando Martinez, Anacleto H. Martos, Arturo Pacis, Andres Pascua, Ricardo Perucho, Julius B. Ruiz, Antonio T. Tangalin JUNIORS . . . Ruiino Cacabelos, Mateo Corpus, Florentino Lamug, Apolonio Lopez, Mauro G. Obien, Vicente Payuyo, Narciso D. Querido, Alfredo Raquel. SOPHOMORES . . . Agapito Fabunan, Henry Wm. Gustilo, Vicente Laurente, Don R. Lleva, Silverio Mendoza, Carpio V. Nilayan, Juan B. Solomon, Conrado Viloria. FRESHMEN . . . Francisco Quilantang, Fred Quilantang, Roman C. Sebastian. GRADUATE MEMBERS . . . Moises Abaquita, Bernardo Acena, Sergio Acena, Lorenzo Anunciacion, Apolinario Bisares, Cornelio Briones, Deogracias Gonzales, Severo Mil, Prudencio Mori, Cleto M. Oliveras, Silvino B. Tallido, Victorio A. Velasco, Mamerto S. Ventura, Procopio Victoriano, OFFICERS President, Antonio T. Tangalin Vice-President, jimmy Fe Benito Secretary, Belen de Guzman Treasurer, Anacleto H. Martos Assistant Treasurer, Alfredo Raquel Business Manager, Martin P. Bambico Sergeant-at-Arms, Silverio Mendoza Bambico, Cacabelos, de Guzman, Fe Benito ' . Martos, Pascua, Raquel Tangalin, Viloria '?gfofTQQ.3f'l, .1 .fr-'PL - .avi lfgzfgns 'FT,a.g.'f1,5 V e',"'4..-may , -ww zz: 'favs' if -' e-.ww fc, 'J V" 'LV -f.' '- k1"..'7f7 . f' H: 2" K SJ: 2: ,. ' l 'w' ,.,f"'l,1.'. r-,I t U .V ,'f...L, 5 1 'lx '. 1 A l ' y 'nk fiat' ,f' ri AT: riff: s ,L ""fww-Lig.s u r' "l'm.,x3j1 1: ,sv ' 1 ULF fl" i, . L VL -"""'v S Ut- -- '54- f A Q , es: H, N qs, .. K- qfropy Tradition-clothed Denny has watched generations of eight-o'clockers scurry by. CMIDDLE ROWJ The Dorm lights up on a snowy evening. Busy Bees, Mary Ann Marble, Betty Colbert, Helga Enkeboll, and Helen Williams, feign industry in a Leary room. Elcy Whittaker escapes over a fence from the Dorm Prison. Introducing the sugar-sweet voice of Austin Hall, Eleanore Norlemann, who sings daily into the telephone. Augusta Dickinson, Leary, steals a parting glance in the mirror before retiring. QBOTTOM ROWJ McKee sweethearts throw an after-dinner song-fest. Austin Hall throws a party and gathers around for some punch Not "spiked," either, vows Miss McDonnell, housemother. Daughters of the Navy, Pan Schloming, Snooney Farrell and Ruth Hansen, sail Ivory boats in the Spring puddles outside Austin. 7 l b C C 0 -. 'fi L- . .1..:.?z?f.e., 21: i,i:jf"fj Hof ,f,Q,1"ii5lQ Lf Q, "ls P-If-,,I Q-1'-Le "K: 2- if F 'L ' ,igi-if Nfl j NH 1 51 -LU'-.s-.KD 'LHR I ' : n 1+ H, L'q.e',,".,' N S 4 I, karl. "U , 'JEPQL vW'A4..,g-.-,: Y CTOP ROWD Tossing tax-tokens, co-ops Carroll Nelson, Howard Nieman, Phil Campbell, Karl Laube, George Cosser, Art MacKenzie, and Dick Jackson. Cooperative chit-chat . . . Tom Murlin, Virigian Kent, Julie Crinella and Claude Gaskell. Part of the homecoming queen's court visits the library . . . Mary Jane Keyes and Miriam Geiger. QMIDDLE ROWD ' Skiers in Paradise . . . Elmore Oistad and Andrew Olson. Debater Ruth Salkin catches up at the library. CBOTTOM ROWJ A costume party . . . George Cosseu, piratae, shows oil' for Carroll Nelson, Ray Horube. Left to right . . . Stranger, Ernie Frolund . . . picknicking, it is said. The Winter twins . . . Evelyn and Eleanor . . . take time out from First year law. mlm. Tndenendent ADELPHI A federation of clubs formed to give the Independent men some of the "other" side of college life . . . each group represented on the central executive council . . open-door headquarters in Clark Hall. An all-Adelphi social program includes a mixer, one informal each quarter, two banquets, an all- independent picnic . . . each individual group also has its own social program and athletic groups . . . sponsored beginners' ballroom dancing lessons. Each group has its membership requirements . . . interests included in the club list are Finish club, athletics, Forum Club, called Real Fellows . . . I. M. D. C., debate, W. E. L., a luncheon club, Campus Camera Club, Chess Club and Bridge Club. President, Neil Nellis Secretary, Haakon Lindjord Treasurer, Owen Becker LTOPQI Officers of Adelphi Becker, Lindjord, Nellis Fratres Jordon, Miller, Smith, Shirley, Carpenter, Goldsworthy, McCabe Young, Linstead, Rice, Shelley, Suttles L MIDDLEJ O. U. I. Hord, Strom, Andrus, Boyce, Mathisen, Rosenwald, Brooke, Hansen, J. McArthur, Paulman, Norland, Hansen, E., McIntosh, Dahl, H., Simpson Richardson, Sundholm, Conrad, Jusson, Lee, Donnell, Cosper Freshman and Sophomore W. E. L. Malkson, Kincaid, Thomas, Collins, Andvus, Mathisen Patton, Larrison, Norton, Smith, Dahl, N., Schwarz Gerwig, Grammer, Lee, Summers IBOTTOMJ Juniors and Seniors W. E, L. Stong, Palmer, Harrold, Whatmore,VDonaldson, Burris Strunk, Wilmer, Dahl, A., Wagner, Sandstedt Smuck, MacDonald, LeGrand I. M. D. C. MacDonald, Ringstorff, Longbottom, Karlsson, Adams, Garnett, Chaliant w I A-,.l' 'hy Q at I . .KL ' l F o "AND MISS INDEPENDENT-" Phrateres is an international women's social organization, Its three fold purpose is: first, to uphold the ideals of the University, second, to give opportunity for companionship and social contacts among women on the campusg and third, to fulfill its motto to be "Famous For Friendlinessf' Phrateres was founded at the University of California in 1924. Beta chapter of Phrateres here at Washington, which was installed in 1928, has ten subchapters and over 200 members. The Phrateres subchapters all have similar social programs. They each give an informal a quarter and numerous partiesgsuch as iiresides, scavenger hunts, and picnics. Supplementing the individual groups' activities are those sponsored by all-Phrateres. Phrateres is not only interested in the social part of campus life. It encourages its members to take part in all-University activities. Scholarship is also emphasized and a high scholastic standard is set and lived up to by the subchapters. Prospective Phrateres members are invited to attend social and business meetings of each subchapter and after they have visited any particular group two times they may apply for admittance into the group through the membership office. The only restriction for membership is the membership limit in each group. OFFICERS President, Catherine Caraher Vice-President, Dorothy Phillips Secretary, Eleanor Winter Treasurer, Edyth Freeman Historian, Ida Stefani Social, Joyce Smith Social service, Mary Lou Burns Standards, Betty Lytle Scholarship, Yvonne Pendergrast Room, Evelyne Winter Publicity, Janet Upcraft Membership, Nancy Taft COUNCIL MEMBERS Beta, Elizabeth Masters Chimes, Mary Brilhart Kappa, Mildred Mielkey Lambda, Ruth Salkin Chi, Betty Phelps Nu, Carolyn Anne May Sylvan, Ida Stefani Theta,'Ranee Young Xenia, Barbara Simpkins Zara Koala, Georgia Curran Brilhart, Burns, Caraher Curran Freeman, Lytle, May Mielkey Pendergrast, Phelps, Simpkxns Smith Stefani, Taft, Eleanor Winter Evelyne Winter cf.. fi-3"5 '1 .l . ..'T. 5. a le IH- --'J' lm .1-'iff' F ..i.l-1 iw -nlf-ff .-wfg: ik f .:- an-,' Fl. 1' I 1: 'E' ,, t ... iii-QT: i dk 1 v,v, 4, 'Wigs f , 4.-L' m I , -r Lili 2? OF PHRATERES Nine years one of the most active subchapters . . . stellar members include Ranee Young and Gene Vradenburg, president and vice- president of all-Phrateres for next year . . . precocity is shown by potential Phi Betes, Dorothy Morrow, Florence Turbitt, and Martha Bliss, and by the Winter twins, Eleanor and Evelyne, who hope to sway juries some day. OFFICERS President, Ranee Young Vice-President, Virginia Garrison Secretary, Margaret Wilson Treasurer, Marie Louise Romick SENIORS Esther Warner, Margaret Wilson, Eleanor Winter, Evelyne Winter. JUNIORS Virginia Garrison, Gene Vradenburg, Ranee Young. ' SOPHOMORES Marian Mission, Dorothy Morrow, Marie Louise Romick. PLEDGES Kathryn Allan, Martha Bliss, Muriel Cohen, Katherine Force, Katharine Fox, Virginia Hartman, Betty Johnson, Betty Morrissey, Shirley Ricketts, Nancy Rowe, . . Bliss, Cohen. Force Marguerite Stedman, Louise Taylor, Fox, Garrison, Hartman Florence Turbitt, Betty Lou Winningham, Johnson, Ricketts. Romlck , Rowe, Vradenburg, Wilson Gladys Zimmerman' Eleanor Winter, Evelyne Winter Zimmerman are-f"-1 f 'I ' an 'T' M F47 ' gn., 4 L4 H ' M sv-vw 4 I pp.: .v-1 'iw '-,am :Clif -1, l -o .,-' ,- 4, www ,.,,.. ,. A. ,r dl., Freeman, Kramer, Sundberg Brilhart, Burns, Taft OF PHRATERES Beta subchapter of Phrateres, founded in 1929, was the Hrst to be organized. Beta has taken an active part in Phrateres activities and has encouraged its members to participate in all-University activities. Outstanding activity women in the group are Edyth Freeman, Phrateres treasurer, Mortar Board, Totem Club, and B.A. Council secretary, and Joyce Smith, Totem club and Phrateres social chairman who planned all the mixers and informals for the year as well as the annual banquet. Beth Anderson has been an active worker in all- Phrateres and Irene Hagerstrom deserves honorable mention for composing the currently popular Phrateres song. J ' rf - ,i ,. , orrlcrns - .1 J' President, Elizabeth Masters . T. ' ' Vice-President, Edyth Freeman A ,' " Secretary, Siri Sundberg - J I , Treasurer, Audrey Kramer ' 1 Q V- ' MEMBERS SENIORS 51" A i OF PHRATERES Chimes subchapter of Phrateres was founded in 1934 and has taken an active part in all-Phrateres activities. Special mention should be given to Catherine Caraher, Totem club and president of all-Phrateres. Three other star performers are: Nancy Taft, "W" Key, Phrateres membership chairman, and historian for next yearg Mary Lou Burns, "WU Key, social- service chairman and newly-elected Phrateres secretaryg and Mary Brilhart, active Phrateres member and Y. W. C. A. cabinet member. An up-and-coming freshman is Jeanne Moody, newly-appointed Phrateres scholarship chairman. :kr-F ., n -Q ICERS i I' President, Mary Brilhart ' ,I "L 13. Se1:retary,Nancy Taft Treasurer, Mary Lou Burns - "4 i .- rf i f ET ' 1 H I l I ull .-x 4 I I , I ' .'-+ f VL, v J ', L -it 1,61 H Q Ni hi MEMBERS -,.. f" ". - f 'E Doris Ainsworth, Beth Anderson, Edyth Freeman, Audrey Kramer, Joyce Smith, Siri Sundberg, JUNIORS Irene Hagerstrom, Helen Henson, Florence Lavender, Elizabeth Masters. SOPHOMORES Virginia Bacheler, Enid Draper, Dolores Goodwin, Ellawesa Redfern. PLEDGES Bianca Biancone, Marion Cumbo, Katherine Heggam, Gladys Homewood. Norinne Houghland, Frances Kwapil, Marian McClelland, Mary Eleanor Mitchell. "SENIORS Mary Brilhart, Catherine Caraher, JUN IORS Catherine Selander. SOPHOMORES Mary Lou Burns, Nancy Taft. PLEDGES Beatrice Carlson, Phyllis Cook, Opal Coy, Marjary Eagan, Margaret Fitzhenry, Patricia Hicks, Ruth Jackson, Blanche Lasky, Elizabeth Lewis, Eileen Medler, Doris Moehring, Jeanne Moody, Marian Murray, Eleanor Robinson, Margaret Sayre, Marjorie Sullivan. , -:fu MC. , yall 1,..g ri " 1 - - f..-A.-,-4-at r, ., , , , 4, gf, W, ,Q Y., A.-,A -WL: 2.2 l fr?-Srgi -' 'U'i1,:f'91.P' 1.3, ', .Qi R M Ansart, Mielkey I OF PHRATERES Kappa subchapter of Phrateres was founded in 1933 . . . The group has not only taken an active part in all-Phrateres affairs but has sponsored a well rounded social program of its own. Much of the group spirit has been inspired by its two music majors, Margaret Cannon, senior pianist, and Mildred Mielkey, senior vocalist. Other stellar members are Yvonne Pendergrast, Totem club member and all-Phrateres scholarship chairman, Harriet Ansart, who has been an active Y.W.C.A. Workerg Dorothy Peden, P.E. club memberg and Mary Campbell, who took part in the dance drama. OFFICERS President, Mildred Mielkey Vice-President, Harriet Ansart Secretary, Dorothy Peden Treasurer, Mary Campbell MEMBERS SENIORS Harriet Ansart, Gladys Birchdale, Margaret Cannon, Mildred Mielkey, Yvonne Pendergrast. JUNIORS Beulah Oleson, Aila Penttinen. SOPHOMORES Mary Campbell, Nora Gordon, Dorothy Peden. PLEDGES Mary Bunch, Evelyn Foster, Dorothy Fuller, Rhoda Gruner. Elaine Jensen, Lois Law, Margaret McLachlan, Hope Smith, Florence Tulppa. 9 Sd. "1n.'5,g ,,Q,:',4-Liv -ri :qi , 1 , -- A .--, 'w yi -i '55 Anderson, Little, May Miller, Peters OF PHRATERES Nu subchapter of Phrateres was founded on the campus in 1933. One of the highlights of this year's social calendar for the subchapters was the Chi-Nu barn dance with all the trimmings at the West Seattle Community club . . . Co-chairman for the event was Borgny Steberg, who is newly-appointed room chairman. Two chapter members who have been especially active in all-Phrateres are Carolyn Anne May and Dorothy Little. OFFICERS President, Carolyn Anne May Vice-President, Dorothy Miller Secretary, Dorothy Little Treasurer, Daisy Anderson Historian, Cordelia Peters MEMBERS GRADUATES Gladys Hansen, Edith Williams, Dorothy Winoski. SENIORS Daisy Anderson, Carolyn Anne May, Dorothy Miller. JUNIORS Grace Edwards, Anna Terk. SOPHOMORES Dorothy Little, Borgny Steberg. PLEDGES Virginia Adams, Geneva Beverly, Phyllis Gifford, Betty McGandy, Katherine Nelson, Cordelia Peters, Doris Williams. itil- Q' gi. 4 'f E , 4 Busch, Cornwell, Simpkins OF PHRATERES Xenia subchapter of Phrateres, founded in April, 1936, is one of the newest and is distinctive in that many of its members are "Dorm girls." Xenia's activity and social calendar is as complete as those of the older groups and the members are activity-minded. Adoree Zubli, newly-appointed social chairman of all-Phrateres, has been president of McKee Hall and social chairman of Independent House council, and Marjorie Aikens is a junior Phi-Beta and new standards chairman of all-Phrateres. Especially active members are Barbara Simpkins, who has been a Phrateres worker and Vice-President of McKee Hall, Ellanore Cornwell, Y.W.C.A.g and Winifred Kerr, up-and-coming Daily reporter. OFFICERS President, Barbara Simpkins Vice-President, Mary Busch Secretary, Winifred Kerr Treasurer, Ellanore Cornwell MEMBERS JUNIORS Marjorie Aikens, Mary Busch, Ellanore Cornwell, Ruth Griesinger, Barbara Simpkins. SOPHOMDRES Winifred Kerr, Betty Kray, Adoree Zubli. PLEDGES jane Baumeister, Betty Bryan, Helen Campbell, Patricia Doebblcr, Dorothy Hughes, Elaine Mallory, Valdene Mason, Charlotte Oliver, Marjorie Powell, Margaret Silverman, Molly Skillings, Hallie Thompson, Betty Watson, Rosalea Wilcox, Wilma Wilcox, Anne Wilkins. NEW HOME FOR PHRATERES Phrateres Federation is one of the many organizations which have moved into the Student Union Building . . nine subchapters, in addition to the Federation, have their home in the new oflice. --. iii nfl, -' ., . ff- ,Q '4 2- ?-f VV 1 . ,gf 4,-lb ? wiaoqhidfiaf Si' .oi M 772' ,F 1 win. '-Q TATF, 4353 Keg, l faf- .. .' 'JI vital iii: U . , . an 44' . li ' I '- TWT: 117 gif' --'agp , f . . Q . VFV1. -S+-In N IF, .U 'MA , 3, -i- 1 'L , is A . wel' .. 52, 1 up gg . . -. :J-fxfs xg-,uw ,Q Q-. fa--iw ,-,., Q- ,'iYj.1frz33'5: iG.:Sf5SEf.s1 1f' - i: wap f "'1-s?3'f?75"' .f'53i'Z2i:,'g3-'F 1-f:n:..- .- ,,,--...H V . ., .... , ,. . .3555 '5-34i.::.3.,l.,.1-hx:Zxg.E:xU55:- .1 li K :U lr-.V 'f4":.-X542-i.f1'-uw'miie-'Rig' 15:11-17 ' 'QLUEQ1 5:12.-.g.r.:',.:Ji'-'gg:g L.: fg: T " "fi -gas: iii -:wie-1 .fr . Ar: ml ' '-.:-1g.,v.'f 5-.4:, u .1-,zz -1- 'f"'-1f:?Zf1z:f! 'i5Q?fF'2 " -'wvsfm ' L .V 1 1 W - . N 1 4 , . 5 , ,V ji i , fi -J i , , , A 1 1 1 , , 1 1 i 1 5 1 ji.. ' .lfl'5?f??La'.:. f ' ,fQ,'5..g 1 1 . ' . - w :,.:f-f3i1-:3'fi1g'g5Q' 1' Q' -I I ' 2 V: ' " jg g,.emg3 5. . " A g e. , f fgg ,ffi:g.1gw,:ipgvy1fegg,f,,,L. , . ..-f.,b ,.i '- be-., 1 H? .f-+17 '5f.TfEffg:qs fig-T+L V I , 'J' 'k.:'i'if - 17.-'f?3v1'?-Inca 51.2, ig, wusffzzixf. ' --"'i ffl 'A ff! 1 iiifc .ig fi ,...L: :P -fir,-P 7 .H .,,. ,, V , gfgilggh ' -'i'j'.E: F1 vrwzm.-0 :AW-,' ff TNS' :Y 1 ':f'fgi,f, XZ I L I f ' '.L- 34 ., . . . y 188 Repeating the igerforihanceiiof the 19355 Fowing sea- son, Coach Al Ulbriickson's three crews-Varsity, Jayyeea and g5Frosh,e-annexed the Pacific Coast titles andgswepgt the historic Poughkeepsie lnter-Collegiate Regatta for the second consecutive time, establishing themselves as National Champions of 1937. he The Washington crews defended their triple Pa- cific Coast crowns against Ky,,Ebright's Golden Bears on the Oakland Estuary in April. California Varsity and'iFreshman eights were given an even chance to defeat the Purple and Gold machines by many prog- nasticators, who reversed their stand after seeing the Northern crews in action. The Husky Pups started off a field day for Ulbrick- son's boys by defeating a strong California Freshman outfit by two lengths of open water in a nip and tuck twofmile grace. Finishing in 9:,41.5, the Green Men WORLD, NATIONAL AND COASTJ CHAMPIONS, 1937 Don Hume, strokeg Joe Rantz, 73 "Shorty" Hunt, 65 Capt. Jim McMillin, 5 John White,r:4g Capt.-Elect Gordon Adam, 33 "Chuck" Day, 25 Roger Morris, bo rowed the second fastest race by any Frosh contingent 189 on the Oakland Estuary. All-tin-ie standard, 950513, being set by 1923 Washington Freshmen. . . Z An hour later, the Washington Jayvee, considered stronger than the average collegiate varsity, rowed to an easy victory that saw the Golden Bear Juniors a speck in the idistance as Stroke Gus Eriksen and his oarsmen went cross the finish line. Starting with the gun, the Jayvee's were given no competition in their three-mile race and finished in 14:49, 6 seconds faster ' ' XaT"'A"""""IEYiL17 "" ' "'--'W'-""f.2EfF-"' " A '-iw! K' "' "'-Q ff' lf? ' . , HEY? . ' - than thegllarsity'sGgyvinnQi.ng ,igg.me,5settirng a new iuniozr Varsity course reciprd. lqlill H The golden brcidmg symlgifilic ol a ffllleaniisiweegrnpi, was successfully defended the Olympic champions ass! rowed fast enoiighhto deteatEfEbrifl'ft'siSeni3?: eight. Though not breaking-gtheggall-time ngjark, WCIELC of the opinion fhEW6?ld Championiiould haue set a new! record it theyuso desired. . . ,X JUNIOR VARSITY NATIONAL AND COAST CHAMPIONS, 1931 Gus Eriksen stroke, Bob Murray, 75 'lbufghffhscl-,och 5: Leo Hawely 5- Jack Carey, 4: George Limd. 3: John York, 2: Ndiin Tufay, bowflhuith can scliencll at the tiller. Ml FRESHMAN NATIONAL AND coAs1' cl-lAMPloNs, 1937 Vic Michalson, stroke: Don Thompson, 7: Bob Johnson, 65 George Hansen, 5: Ralph Williams, 45 Bob Grunbock, 35 Norm Milbank, 25 Will Dunlap, bowg with Ted Hokenstad, coxswain. Ei 'li lg as Q as 2 , J ,S if X ..x .. E . si W L3 Q: X Q, 'F ,N wr . H .x sf. . N . wif: H is ,, :A-sign i twill!! if 5 N x ,, X iii .Y , 1 L , , fi H , . .3 R A Q2 guyz? mi mg ,l it 33 ,Ni 1. 1 , A " wx- '.' Y Y f is 7- " .- " if "-ifg!7:- ,. f E wi ,gg gg ease, Wggi L 'Vj,,5M..Y. A- Tw, ,ggi M u w, Us M M ' " Av-Y Y' 'X ,' ' " 5' L, T7 .fn ' K .. , .if 12-QL ' bg -.-, 1 3.3 ' , I , 1 , i . 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'V A 141 J ' A , fs ' 1 K- -..Y Nl 3 l - - L . , Y KWH! fs. M, ,I s .- W, my ,F , 12 l W -W l 4 'zz fs- :us 1 ' . 2'3" ' W .ve lm fr, --F f 4.11 fir 5 :fa WSH ,, . 4. . 1 mb V -A g ' -' - "isa, wg 'fllf' fe. , ' . ,J . .w . . ei. . . .gn k.-. we-'awgi '- M ess J.-- , si . .. en A 5 ,L . ,. .. , N. - A ':,,- ' ' W , ,.g,i.j.4e...e.g:.g.,' ref? Lg' , U W ' 5 "" ' , ff: f Y l9O '3.FiFe. - ":G":!"' "iw Y I ,'. ,'gQ,'g1w ."f"1. ' Ifv. A q, M .., e .,., W Johnny Rosenkranz takes the ,gi 7- 4 V traditional ducking after steering the sf Y , ' ,Pine - Husky varsity to a four-length ' " ,211 , 4 .75 g 3 4 victory over the Californian Bears l E - . , l .3 QQ ' 2-ifw on the Oakland Estuary, , ,Q if - 1 My ' - . April 16, Q37 1121 ' A ' M A rm. f 'rrf-A V . 51, , . " or ' :ig ' n A ' Q QQ' f' T! C' e liQ'f'Ls-f- . - : ,. .Fi W A .- .- . .' """'5'--fi' - 13'-1"' ' - ii A-:..F5z2ul-V 7 k I A -I V lb f "..' h 1 . ,: - - ,.gf-- . a- 1 4 Q , . of l we , , s V ' -H, -N ' T , 4-1-4 .t qw- V , 'EH , W an -af ,L . 1, A - Varsity. The race finished in a dead heat! But due to more experience in racing competition, the Olympic Champions were awarded the Var- sity rowing togs. As a last moment change, Earl Schenck was shifted to the Varsity tiller seat that John Rosenkranz occupied during the California race, Rosy going to the .lay- Vee. . . . Fifteen crews were met with stormy weather the day of the race, June 22. Set- ting the races back an hour, six Frosh crews lined up at the two-mile mark with Navy Plebes the favorite to wrest the Freshman 3 - A few of the'200ii'ilen-who." win e oo w y .,, A , - ,houses before goirgggut fo nf thzjfwater ig l.: 1-gr: was ref' t A' 2 '13 turned out for crew in 193-7,iposei ' 4... 1 ' th d r a ,offthel shell 'Qf"":a 'flak' 3 ' 231- 'FP crown from Washington. California was also considered enough to be a contender. With the gun, Washington Babes dominated the field Navy got off to a bad start when one of the Plebes shot slide off the track, putting them at the tail of the process California was in second place, a deck behind the Yearli ln the last mile, Navy had overcome their disadvantage shot into second spot, but didn't have the reserve to challi the Northwest lads. The Washington Greenshirts finished 9:15 2-5, 4 l-5 seconds slower than the mark hung up by l909 Cornell Frosh: Navy, second: California, third: Cor Columbia and Syracuse finishing behind in that order .... The three-way Jayvee race immediately followed the Fr -1.31- -vaar. .- 191 , COACH AL ULBRICKSON, a stroke when Rusty Callow held sway on Lake Washington, has now held his former coach's position for over a decade, turning out cham ions re ularl . Secretar of th lnte -coll i t IJ 3 y y e r eg a e Crew Coaches Association, "Al" is considered SQWAEI' the country's finest coach. L ' g M ,- A Q Y as . ,. , . M 2 ' hw' Na ' ' 'Sa am -I a , yi ll gr sim 'Q - L .51 xv 55. eg. 3- 'S manded the River, letting Syracuse, Cornell and Washington fight for second. The Mid- dies, however, felt the strain ofzsetting the Q yoga: A ---agpacg and,tAh?iWashinlg-tontiansi into the: 2. A ,V s dgivgfi, Piviitiqrgg ,The use 9!eQaS.iilE3iff ' if "M c"" ' ' X , V N- 53-599.54 'r'u'.-' . srl'-f ..1,... . 'I 1. I ici:-ig. lil! - - g.1f-,:,:.Q:i- ., f -Wm, , , . , ? . in -JT., VP' '. , . I .Kp 1- . ,J - J- 1 . '- Z- ..- .- 1 -N . r ', , V . ,A V. Wei i, , X I I. V . K . I gig, ' L 1, 1 E ' aw- , H- Y 'I-ja ' in 4 - ' .Y an paddle with the Husky Juniors taking the advantage over avy and Cornell. Never was Gus Eriksen's outfit seriously hallenged by the weaker Eastern crews. The Jayvees' supe- iority was shown as they cracked the old time of 14:18 1-5, t by Navy in 1928, by 34 l-5 seconds, or 13:44. Navy pulled ver the line three lengths behind and Cornell was tagging too r back to record .... Seven spider-like shells jockeyed around the starting boats r the Varsity event. Navy, the Eastern Seaboard Champion, alifornia and Cornell, a dark horse, were the hurdles for ashington, so the critics opined, if Ulbrickson's lads wished return home victorious. From the start to the two and a half mile line, Navy com-' ASSISTANT COACHES BUD 'RANEY and BOB MOCH were assigned to the coaching staffwhen , Tom Bolles accepted the position of Varsity Coach .at Harvard in 1936 Young but wise, these two- varsity at , ti'oriedfain2l t ie battlefwas betweeriithe weak- ening Annapolis Saixlorsiandfla :surprisingly powerful, but not too sniooth, Cornell boat. Schenckrcalled for a higher stroke-in the last mile and flashed between the --finish barges three lengths ahead iof Navyfwihio. barely nosed outlCornell-in one of the most rthrillingm finishes in years for secondfiplace. Syracuse was fourth: California, fifth: Co- lumbia sixth, and Wisconsin last. Washington was still THE institution for crew champions. The Freshmen galleys had won four consecutive National Champion- ships, Jayvees won three and the Varsity, two, besides a World Championship: in ad- dition, the Jayvee and Varsity both set new records. Varsity finished in 18:33 3-5, 2 1-5 seconds faster than the 1928 California Olympians. Washington really rubbed salt into the wounds of the Eastern colleges as even the Pickle boat won its traditional race. Ewan Dingwall, at stroke: Ted Wassard, 3: Art letter-winners have ggrnedirouzg' LX W ationa an,"f'Y,pas' x ,Q Aon's,,,,p 3 'Q is fgrfoslifcpnggggqnginglljlll.-life. also J ' 'V iguidedfthea destinies' df ,thesii - ' 11 I' Lightweight jCrew, giant thegesjf T50-podundifoutfits in-the QOIQIQAIQMQE Aol. -V 1' 5 N fifii., g V pfff . . ' -ff - , 'ix w......!-f A, 5 ,. ' 4. I is ,, . . . - Z., V I . , 1- , a . N ,A ,hgj ,-,- ' . ', --'..,u..-'T'-""'f as . gi- e.--':' I L F l92 Q Walton, 23 Fred Dyer, bow: and Gordie Powers, cox, the reserves , Ulbrickson took East, made up the boat. .,., Varsity awards went to Stroke Don Hume, Joe Rantz, 7: "Shorty" ' Hunt, 6g Capt. Jim McMillan, 5: John White, 45 Capt.-Elect Gordan -if-1 Adam, 3: Chuck Day, Z3 Roger Morris, bow, and Earl Schenck, '-- 1 ',-"T""E'3':fS- W " A - -V 4 ' 3' Q,.f.-- coxswain from the Varsity shell. The Jayvee oarswingers were g g it f v- LE, y .gl awarded Varsity stripes for winning a National championship: St ' 3:- ggig -1-14, Gus Erlksen, Bob Murray, 7: Leo Hawel, 63 Dutch Schoch, 5g , If 5 3.2 .,',g :N Q' 'lf-ff 1727- T'-?- 5Ial:eyk4g Gleorge Lund, 35 John York, 2: Norman Turay, bow, ' 'Ei ',,L'gL-5-ff , o n osen ranz, coxswain. ', R, l QP . " ' Freshman numerals winners were Vic Michalson, stroke, sf. ii 2 JA, Thompson, 75 Bob Johnson, 6.3 George Hansen, 5: Ralph Willi 'zlgg 4+ gg :ob Gr5mbock,3g Norm Milbank, 2, Will Dunlap, bow, and T q, 11- ea:-35-5: o ensta , cox. . i fa if 4' a t .John York was voted the Pigott Trophy tor being the most 1 ',s. 4' In-Nw splratlonal oarsman. Ea.rl Schenck was glven the Gilbert Sch xcL,ifpgp3gnagQg?,gE3ag55g1f5M,M,E,Q," ' e f- ,,gV K Award for the outstanding student and Don Scavotto won the Y y -10 " fHa5i'ggQi'?,,a'f!S,lf,42gl,F2'1, '5 g a s fi y Trophy for the outstanding Lightweight oarsman. ,5-,'2?gL'e, L L The old tradition of awarding gold keys to Pigott Trophy win: f-'fjliitgg lnzi 1 f ' . 1714-.... .. which had been discontinued tor i3 years, was revived and enla iBWE7Qiff-Q,:5f.1-Hai, 'wif FW A ' , -3 Y ,-- r- '- ,'-e -d ' Q-" With the largest Lightweight turnout in years, these eight'oarsmen ,.., - " ' ' A F "if"' ' had a tough fight to hold their seats in'the Number One 150-pound shell 'R wa. 'W E aaa' a' Q r The Husky freshmen started-oft a--' , , perfect day foriwashington by beatingfoytg A A ' a powerful boatload of-California yearllrigs ' 'fggi-" ' H" ' L' bytjovo lengths overatwo-mile pull on the -'-fgftjri .' 'ff7,1.,,- ' - I . ' A , - - ' g. , 4 -- , 'L' 'Deland Estiiqly-in,.9:4l.5. ' v , , - ' 'fist' Q- 'ms ' 'L v- Y ' ' ' 1.1 ,T - - f - a fsafeegrg- eawaag- . -- - 'lalfrightl 1Washlngton?s.Jayveqmade..a parade 1 A -mi,-- .-L jt, ' f-- , ' -V 'I-ff" Q- ,ot its briush with.tl1e,Beai secqndsshell, ' ' j -1' V1.5 ,M " nf T' ' ,'- , , 4- Acracking.the-cour5ijecordin'14:49. Gal's 4-A 1 ,f 'i-' 4, ?f't":'C' ,E " -9 Bfrzs-ge - h Jayvee' is that little' speiicvhi-flifjdisttance. -, ial- E Q -V 2- 3 - :M 1 nj. Q? The Lightweight division lost but'one' race during their season Pictured are the men who made the Sacramento trip: ,Harold Agren, strokeg,,Don Scavotto, 1: Owen Henry, 6: Hank Boni, 53 John Cotta Bob gStauff, 33 Captain Jack Hill, 23 Bob Johnson, bow: and Carl Adatto, cox I , l I x 1,4 . 1 , V ,Y A k L -e .. 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The Vancouver Boat Club broke their first race on the Canal and later Lightweights in Vancouver when com- for the old "Silver Mug." -- .V if-af.. Z- - vs' 4 ' , e, V 54, A, ., f ,sl -5? ' , Nu,- The Lightweights took their first long trip: from home as they journeyed down to California to meet the Sacramento Junior College eight on the muddy Sacramento River. They finished three feet in front of the S. J. C. outfit over a mile-and-a-half course. Twenty-four men were awarded Lightweight sweaters at the conclusion of their season. The first shell was composed of Harold Agren, stroke: Hank Boni, 79 Owen! Henry, 6: Don Scavotto, 55, John Cot- ton, 43 Bob Stauff, 33 Capt. Jack Hill, 23 Bob John- son, bow, and Carl Adatto, cox. Awards also went to Don Bethel, Bob Butter- field, Jerry Brott, Howard Gepner, Bob Heston, Kent Hessemer, Russel Nord,xRay Royal, Otto Rholfs, Ed Ohata, Bob Salmon, Tom Scott, Chuck Smith, and Chuck Spence. w , ss 41 . 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Q V, 3' 1 5 2 - ii , -Q w 1 W M .-at g J? 1 N n 1 1 5 9 wi :a:-gk P 3, ' - f i . f-J' 1 ' l : H31'5 fu-1 ' N1 in-n,',.-7 1 . ,qglwtlrrg 15+ 7,7 . X xi, , , N41-g. V .F .gtg ,. 4 W V . 147:-I 2 , . ' , - ML Ea J IE! gl 5 ,, .L ,LfV'- :Q ig JW ,. E. E: if E 5 jf:-:s: iff: I ,-G. 'IJ ii Q 4 + 1223 gy CAPTAIN mrz wAsKowlrrz ffiai ll ' 'xxx , ,7-kia, ' 2 - 7 ! W. '. ,, -- viii", W..-f-jpmw 3 sw .P 4 p -ze"":"'J EYERETTY r LAHEn'r11 MEDAL WINNER 'W A .A ALL-AMERICAN H, MIL. TACKLE1' DICK JOHNSON ' X !-,y -X J' STEVE SLIVINSKIH ... .3 195 By VIRGIL 'PETERSON An appetizer with the University of Iowa, a regular eight- course Conference repast, and an after-dinner tidbit in Hawaii combined to make the University of Washington's l937 foot- ball bill-of-fare the most distinctive in Purple and Gold history. Wearing the encumbering toga of defending champions, Coach Jim Phelan's Huskies whipped through a season replete with both thrills and disappointments to finish in third place in the Pacific Coast Conference standings. With a pace-killing round-robin schedule making it necessary to meet first-class opponents Saturday after Saturday, the Husky gridders found that their conquests of the preceding year had made them a marked eleven. Each and every conference member unleashed its heavy artillery against the Purple clad gridmen from the Pacific Northwest. This factor, combined with a prolonged slump during the height of the season, saw the Huskies hit the skids during the month of October, but recover to finish out the regular schedule in whirlwind fashion. Excluding a semi-official lldaho fracas, the Washington team won three, lost two, and tied two confer- ence games, rating third place behind the University of California and Stanford. - I .f .3 4 I I Q 4' .E ,,,if,a e N .e .A '- L MERLE MIILLER FRANK MATTES BUD ---Q smcxsen ii' if CHUCK NEWTON cnuvsk .-.b yr FRANK PETERS , KINDRED L lv A.a,-'JY K., H H M, H XX W -1:-Z" L The ea on IT WAS on afbalmy Saturday afternoon in late September that the 1937 Husky iirst trotted out on the grid to give 24,000 coatless, shirt-sleeved spectators a preview of his potentialities, a gang of rugged Iowa Cornhuskers inject- ing an intersectional aspect into the affair. A swell show it was, too, the Washington gridders playing bang-up foot- ball to send the Iowans back to their Middle Western prairies smarting under a 14 to 0 defeat. When the Husky journeyed to Los Angeles the follow- ing week-end and dealt a highly touted U. S. C. Trojans a 7-to-0 setback, fans began to envision a second successive Rose Bowl game. The Trojans, rated as one of the most powerful elevens on the Coast, came desperately close to knotting the score in a last quarter aerial attack, but the Huskies weathered the storm to register a flashy victory which labelled them as a versatile team possessing both an effective offensive and defensive game. Oregon State College's Beavers, of supposedly lowly mien, were entertained in the Huskybailiwick the next Saturday. The Beavers came to Seattle with a record far from impressive, having been beaten by Idahd and Cali- fornia in their only previous starts. The game was to be Washingtorfs in a walk. And so it appeared when Don Thompsorfs field goal put the Huskies out in front in the first half. But the Corvallis troupe, led by red-headed, pass- heaving Joe Gray, kept hammering away at the Purple and Gold defenses until they scored late in the contest and walked off the field on the long end of a 6-to-3 count. The ever-dangerous Cougars of Washington State Col- lege caught Phe1an's proteges at a low ebb the following Saturday and gained a 7-to-7 draw. Pullman adherents saw victory in their grasp by virtue of an early touchdown until Captain Fritz Waskowitz faded back and threw a long pass into the arms of speedy Merle Miller, who scored. A successful conversion tied the count, and that's the way it ended. It was a hectic melee throughout, featured by fumbles inside the ten-yard lines, a Held goal attempt which struck one of the uprights and bounced outside, and several heroic goal line stands. The Huskies next faced a doggedly persistent squad of red-shirted Stanford gridmen, who came to Seattle from Palo Alto with but a mediocre early season showing. Yard after yard did the Washington football machine roll up in the middle of the field against Tiny Thornhill's men from down on the farm, but the final balance sheet revealed the Huskies on the debit side of the ledger, 13 to 7. Washing- ton gained the amazing total of 283 yards from passes and scrimmage compared with Stanford's 32, yet failure of the Huskies to keep driving following long marches down the gridiron spelled their defeat. A blocked Washington punt behind the goal line was turned into a Stanford score and proved the winning margin. With this setback the last vestige of hope for a cham- pionship team went flickering away. But the contest saw the bottom of Washington's football decadence. From there on in Husky pigskin stock was on a "bullish" market. From there on in, Purple and Gold football prestige kept swelling until it reached a third place in conference stand- ings at the season's close. The Phelanrnen viciously trampled an invading Idaho Vandal into the stadium sod the following Saturday, 21 to 7. Coach Ted Bank fielded one of the strongest Idaho elevens ever to show in Seattle. but it was their misfor- tune to catch the Huskies in a dangerous frame of mind. Previously kicked around by obviously inferior opponents, the Husky pack went right to work and scored a safety early in the fray. The game potato-staters promptly re- taliated with a touchdown against the Washington re- serves, to forge out in front. However, Husky regulars returned to the iield and tallied three times to put the game on ice. - v ti' 730 'i ,EQIJF Blink IF this pass wasn't fumbled, Huskies wouId've won the Cal game Bechtel, Bird, Breda Douglas, Dubsky, Elliott Emerson, Garretson, Grabenhorst Johnston, Jones, Klinge The ea on The contest was gratifying not merely from the stand- point of a victory but also because it served to unify and knead together the dispirited Huskies, setting the stage for an amazing reversal of form the following week-end. Heralded by critics as the "greatest California team of all time," the Golden Bear of Berkeley loomed large as a mountain on the Husky football horizon. St. Mary's, O. S. C., W. S. C., College of the Pacific, California Aggies, U. S. C., and U. C. L. A. lay victims of the Berkeley grid wrath. Things looked black indeed for the invading Hus- kies, looked black to everyone save a handful of fans close to Washington football who realized the latent power of Phelan's gridders and who dared hope for a Husky win. The scoreless tie to which the Washington eleven held California was a moral victory of the grandest sort for the Huskies. Coach Jim Phelan and Bud Ericksen, scrappy center, were key men of the startling coup. Faced with the stentorian task of stopping the powerhouse drives of the Berkeley "wonders," Phelan devised a cunning bit of defensive strategy, alternating a five- and a six-man line against the Bears. Ericksen set and changed the formations on the field with uncanny foresight. He anticipated Cali- fornia plays time and again to completely befuddle the Bears. California threatened early in the contest after recover- ing a fumble deep in Washington territory. The Huskies held, and the remainder of the game was fought on even terms mainly in the middle of the field. However, the Huskies made a valiant scoring sortie in the closing min- utes of the tilt which barely fell short of a touchdown. The remainder of the season was largely anti-climax. U. C. L. A. came north for a Washington homecoming celebration and, during a deluge of rain and snow on a quagmire-like stadium turf, was battered down by the re- juvenated Huskies, 26 to 0. The main feature of the con- test was the manner in which Husky ball-carriers handled the slippery pigskin and the power generated by the Wash- ington eleven in the sea of ooze. The famed Oregon ji.nx proved little more than a fable a week later when the Purple and Gold squad crushed the Webfoots, 14 to 0. Playing heads-up ball all the way, the Phelanmen never left much doubt as to the outcome and won going away. So ended the regular season. Football paraphernalia and trapping were stored away for a winter's hibernation. But like a bolt out of the blue came an invitation from far-off Hawaii for a pair of year-end contests in the Land of the Leis. A vote of the squad was taken, and the bid accepted. Somewhat dazed by their Lazarus-like return to football life, the Husky horde went about preparing for the inva- sion. Christmas saw them on the high seas and they arrived in Honolulu for their first contest-that with the Uni- versity of Hawaii on New Year's Day. The Island col- legians were no match for the Huskies and went down, 53 to 13. Five days later the touring Washington eleven played the Honolulu Town Team in a night game. And again the tropical football folk got an eyeful of Husky power, this time to the tune of 35 to 6. Vic Markov, Husky tackle, recognized as the outstand- ing Washington gridder, won a berth on the All-America selection. Dick Johnson, Steve Slivinski, Bud Ericksen, and Al Cruver also received plaudits at the close of the season. Everett Austin, reserve fullback, was voted the Flaherty medal for being the most inspirational player on the squad. Letter winners were: Everett Austin, Chuck Bechtol, Harry Bird, Firmo Breda, Al Cruver, john Douglas, Joe Dubsky, Bud Ericksen, Walt Elliott, Coburn Grabenhorst, Don Jones, Dick johnson, Jimmy Johnston, Burdette Kin- dred, Vic Markov, Carl Matronic, Frank Mattes, Art Means, Merle Miller, Chuck Newton, Frank Peters, Lloy Phelps, Charles Russell, Tom Sheldrake, Steve Slivinsk Fritz Waskowitz, Bud Wise, Rich Worthington. and Miller was stopped for a short gain over CaI's right tackle Matronic, Means, Phelps Purdue, Russell, Sheldral-re Wall, Wise, 'Worthi11gton Yarr, A. Zemeck, W. Zemeck ,..a .1-Ax ' l98 - , 'WX ., iw 'ON-,E I ' fx I ' ,IQ , Nik mC-.ggi I -'11, J ,fzim 1' 'fi A Ik I I is -' ' 'N 5,15 A 'T-1, V ly, - wi W ' I ,-'Tx E , , 1 We , "if ' f. i V ' ' '21 , 1 In ' gr ,ji-il-ff .jf f AV 'K ',,j3 ii' V ' N1 gf. 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' 'N ., .iff Eh, ,.: V . . 52 , I gm N ,. -V 1 1' fmt: +121 , 3 : 1 . 11 :- M Qu ,V , 1 5 " S , , ' 13113, '-1, , W -, X' . - . l W H' W 2 PACIFIC COAST CONFERENCE STANDINGS Northern Division Team W. L. Pct. For Ag. OREGON I4 6 .700 945 772 WASHINGTON 13 7 650 846 786 WASHINGTON STATE 12 8 600 832 804 IDAHO I2 8 600 733 704 OREGON STATE 6 14 300 653 696 MONTANA 3 I7 150 791 1038 HANDICAPPED by the new tive-team, 20-game sched- ule which forced the Huskies to take a nine-day road trip East playing six games, and a five-day trip South playing four games, Washington's 1938 basket- ballers managed to give Oregonis champions a good deal of worry before ending the season in second place. On their home floor the Huskies were almost in- vincible, winning eight out of ten games, but split their 10 road trip encounters. It was the luck of the schedule draw which gave the Huskies their road games early in the season, and made a brilliant late- season home stand not quite good enough to win the championship. Starting the season with the loss ,of four of the Five 1937 starting lineup, Coach Hec Edmundson faced a Herculean task in developing a team to cope with Washington State's defending champions and the mighty Oregon quintet. Washington's intercollegiate competition opened with a two-game practice series against the Univer- sity of California, subsequent second place team in the Southern division. The Huskies surprised even their coach, by walloping the Bears twice, 43-34, and 46-38. Idaho's giant-killing Vandals, heralded as the dark horse team of the Conference, lived up to expecta- tions by splitting the opening series at Seattle. Wash- ington scored first, 38-28, but the sharp-shooting Mos- cow lads pulled out a 36-33 win the next night. Opening a six-game road trip, the Huskies went on a scoring spree to wallop Montana 59-52 and 58-36, in two foul-studded, hoop-crazy contests at Missoula. Harry Lockhart was "on" the Erst night, scoring 18 points in a game that set a new conference record, 110 points being made. On to Pullman traveled the Huskies, and pushed into first place by defeating the Cougars 44-32, with Roy Williamson gaining himself a varsity post by yeoman second-half work which netted 10 points. The next night Washington State put the brakes on the Huskies, winning 51-46. Idaho again dumped a leg-weary band of Huskies 41-30, but Washington, now the underdog, pulled out an upset 35-29 win in the last game. Home for a week's rest. the Huskies next met Ore- gon's future champions. In the most thrilling game of the season, Washington opened the series with a 40-37 win before 8,500 fans. Six men went out of the game as 43 personal fouls were called, and the score changed hands 13 times in the rough-and-tumble con- test. Bob Reese proved the hero of the occasion, en- tering the game in the last 12 minutes and scoring 7 points. With a tie for first place the bounty, the Huskies completely collapsed before the end of the second game. With the season's record crowd of 9.000 look- ing on, Washington led 23-19 at half, and 30-28 with 10 minutes to go. Then the Webfoots turned on the heat and played perfect basketball for eight minutes. leaving the Huskies in a fog. Johansen, Gale, Winter- 1 1,611 1 '-.W '. 1 I . i 1 1 Ulf 11 , I :V . .- , 14 ,1 1 1 , . I E X ' x 11 '1 1 ii 1. 1, 1 . 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'Q 14' 1 11 I-3-.T--'rl ,C 1 1.. --- , .-11..11 111 , 'T ff" QE? g 1,1 it -1 f., 111m C , ff - ... .. . -,X NZ lj..- . -fs-X M f-N.s.g fx, ,4- X- W. 1 1 1 1, ,A V I si. 1 Q at ,E 1 . 1114 11 'E f 1 Eli' 3' all 'L i :N 111 4111 A-pd - ' .-- - . if 111111 E142 1, '- , g,-V-5. 1 '--pf' 1 ff" -I ,111 ' '- Y fx. . 44,23 : 5 fra- . 1 - we 1 .:.,--1 , .1115 .1 r-,.r ssE1,,,L 1 fffg. Li' tif 111 M31-Qf'3r 1 N I " ,, V-TN ' -...,.-- Y 1 , I 155- 1 . Q I Y Q , V 1 .XM - Ziggy pushes up a shot over the Idaho guards, with Lockhart coming in for a chance rebound. Johnson, Idaho, tries to stop Lockhart's shot. Coach Edmundson and Captain Werner talking over a play se'-M. - pi il '32 its l ,eg af, in V li ggi 1, .. el' Draney, Reese, Dorr Walker, Schlicting, Priess Shaeffer, Thompson, McDonald The Basketball Managers M .. 'Eg- 11. mute, Johansen, Johansen, Wintermute, Johansen- on and on until Oregon had tallied 20 points while the Huskies went scoreless. Final score-51-31. Attempting the southern road trip the following week, the hapless Huskies suddenly lost their scoring eyes. Against Oregon State at Corvallis, Washington Washington could only score 11 baskets in 74 at- tempts as they bowed 43-28. The following night, it appeared to be the same story, with the Huskies net- ting but 2 field goals in the first half, behind 12-6. Suddenly they came to life and peppered the Beaver basket with shots, as Oregon had done at Seattle the week previous, to build a 27-21 lead with 5 minutes to go. Oregon State came back with a vengeance, pulled up to 27-25, and then just missed tieing the score as the gun sounded. Oregon drubbed Washington 59-43 in the first game. The final Oregon contest will be long remem- bered by Coach Hec Edmundson, for it cost him at least a tie for the championship. Behind at the half, 33-30, the Huskies gradually crept into the lead and with 6 minutes left to play, had the game sewed-up 53-44. Edmundson sent in a substitute with the in-- structions to slow up, and somehow the Huskies made the mistake of stalling against the fast-breaking Ore- gon outlit. Again Washington stood by as the Web- foots rolled up 12 points before the Huskies score again. Returning home in 4th place, the prospects for the rest of the season were exceedingly dismal. Wash- ington won two from the Beavers 37-29 and 40-30 and then repeated against the wildmen from Mis- soula, who "shot 'fore they saw the whites of the backboardf' winning 42-24 and 54-44. Meanwhile Idaho and Washington State had worked over the Webfoots, dumping them three times in four games, and Washington entered the final series against their State rivals, with a chance to tie for the championship by winning both games if Oregon State won from Oregon in their last contest. Carrot-topped George Ziegenfuss made the sea- son's high for the Huskies as his 20 points paced Washington to a 58-47 win. In the last game of the season, Washington led 22-20 at the half. On hearing that Oregon State was leading Oregon, the Huskies played inspired ball to run away from the Cougars winning 50-36. Immediately after the game, Coach I-Iec Edmundson and the team listened breathlessly to the last few minutes of a radio broadcast of the Oregon game. The Beavers were ahead 27-26, and then with one minute to go were only one point be- hind, but the Webfoots scored twice and blighted the Husky hopes. Roy Williamson, George Ziegenfuss, and Captain Ross Werner were the mainstays of the Husky squad. Williamson developed from a substitute into the highest scorer on the team, and will be invaluable next year. Ziegenfuss was the outstanding floor man on the team, and played brilliant defensive ball. Cap- tain Werner was the cog that made the Husky ma- chine function, and although not a flashy player, his consistent ability gave the team stability. Harry Lockhart started off the season with a sensational display of shooting ability, canning them from all angles with a two handed overhead toss, but lost his shooting eye and confidence when he fell into a slump. Center Dick Voelker did excellent work against men much taller than he, and improved with every game. Pat Dorsey played his usual brand of excellent de- fensive ball, and has a high percentage of scores for the few attempts taken. Letters were awarded Captain Werner, William- son, Ziegenfuss, Voelker, Dorsey, Lockhart, Bob Reese, Hank McDonald, Newell Priess, Ed Draney, and Bobby Dorr. All return next year except Werner and Reese. 20 2 1938 Basketball Squad Thompson, Draney, Kastner, Coach Edmunclson B. Reese, Lockhart, Schlicting. McDonald, Priess, Williamson J. Reese, Voelker, Capt. Werner, Ziegenfuss, Dorsey, Dorr Whims, johnson. Shaeffer awaii Dain Following in the footsteps of the Husky footballers, Washington's hoop squad toured the Hawaiian Islands in post-season games, and bettered the splendid showing made by the gridders early in January. With an eight-day stay during Spring vacation, Coach Edmundson and 10 hoopsters, came, saw, and conquered the Islands. In nine games the Huskies peppered the Hawaiian backboards for 719 points, an average of 80 points per game. Defensively they were equally impressive, holding opponents to an average of Z2 points per game. Opening the stay against the Kaui Stars, the Huskies used their superior height to advantage, and with Roy Williamson leading the way with 14 markers, scored a 70-12 victory. The next night Washington met two teams, playing each for one half and winning from Makaweli 47-4, and Kekaha 35-5. Lihue was next to fall, 44-15, while the Huskies followed up with their most convincing win, 80-14 over East Kauai. A bit of variety was next afforded the visitors, as they opposed four Hawaiian teams in one game. Washington scored 143 points in the four quarters against four different teams, while the brown-skinned youths tallied but 23. Next on the program was the feature game of the tour, against the best team in the Islands, the Army Champions from Luke field. Although pressed a little, the Huskies continued swishing the twine to win 79-43. The University of Hawaii failed to offer much resistance, falling 76-25, and then the Huskies wound up their stay with wins over Dragon Associates 72-31, and Honolulu All-Stars, 73-30. Those making the trip were Werner, Ziegenfuss, Dorsey, Lockhart, Williamson, Voelker, Priess, McDonald, Dorr, and Draney. .-.,v.Y-.. , -.--,-, V .. L-- Y, .... - --4 -A- ,., P. L ,ag fx E A 45 gi f- L 'TF' if if ff A 'fav 1 L 'Ng Y lg?" 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I-yy A M'PAN1oN xai' L . ' ' ,., '15 2 'H 'Hx 'x..l 'Ni l JESS MILLER N5 g l 1 JACK FLAGG 205 BY DICK WATSON Beginning the season with prospects for a strong, well balanced team, Washington's track hopes were shat- tered by one disastrous iniury after another. lneligibility and matrimony hit Husky hopes be- fore the season even got well under way. Walt Rohr- sheib failed to return to school and Ariel'Edmiston, star two-miler, found pressurevof work too exact- ing. Jim Drury, a. promising quarter-miler, trod the orange-strewed path to the altar and decided not to continue his track career. 1 Two weeks before the indoor meet against Cali- fornia, Art Morgan, 14.4 hurdler, suffered a leg injury andwas through for the year.. This was prob- ably the most serious casualty. of the year, as Morgan was a cinch l0-pointer in any Pacific Coast meet. . , H Captain Jimmy Angle was far out of condition during the campaign 'andididn'tlshow 'a traced of the form which made him the Northern diyisionfs :Best miler in 1935. To' cap it all, Fred Stutfield and Marion Hay were injured in meets andi7twere?out for the seasonlw l ,Quin-0 FRED STUTFIELD BRUCE HUMBER VIC MNRKOV ' - ,tgirl ',.' L, -5, Q ., I' ' E - 'I . . I BOYD ..McGoLnmcK e ,was the W The Huskies jg fst 'the Stanford India ran up 8 points against the son stole the show Wash- ington next conquered Oregon lost iq w. sac. l ThelHuskies' finished second in the Northern divi- sion mleet, which ifurnished' fans with some of the most Eensafibngll record-breaking feats in theihistoryl of the meeti Five liedords were broken, including a J Vic Palma- 206 46.9 quarter-mile by Bill Benke of W. S. C., a l :5l.5 half-mile by Palmason, a 6" 53A" high-jump by Bill Vandermay of Washington, a 20.8 furlong by Lee Orr of the Cougars and a new relay record of 3:l7.l by the Husky squad. The outstanding Husky trackster of the year was, ursmeiyicn Palmason, the Ballard beauty. Palma- S C R . ., oss us . "Isa: . r 1-n-t.e ex: . - L a XS' championships broke a r record I: two seconds andieclipsed even the efforts s great Olympic half-miler, Eddie Ge- nung. with a new Northern division high jump as Pacific Coast Conference title to his credit, was standout. Dick Montgom- ery, sophomore showed lots of prom- ise, as did Jack Flagg, Jim Panton and Merle Miller, all Second- heat ofNttie Iow'hurdIes in the 2 Q 3,NortherrrVDivision Conference n-Leet, W f left to right, Decker lW."S. CD, Benkefiw. S. C.-Jw, ' H H ' Nybzo lMont.l and Flagg lWash.l. M 5 1 ll Swim -Fw' 0 Vic' Palrnason sefs 4 new Nlorthern Divisibn record for'th'e,1QhaiIl"-rhile ar' the: ' H 7 Conference meer, May 5, 1-937, in li5'l.5. , u i 1 i 3 W 9 I Bill 'Trowbridge wins the mils-evenfi . 1 2 Another recprdiifallsgi this Northern Division ' against WL 5. C. at. Pullman. 1 ymeet as' Dick Mofritgomery breaks lfhitapia . for the Washington mile relay team in13,:-l'li,1,,just'qhead of the W. S. C. mam fi , l A5 it ' n w "inf, Ln Q - L6 'i I rt 4 T 1 E , ah u fan, x 4 L' 53. .' : P '12 5' f. 4- 1 ,f ,.. , w I . , .""'5 if f L4 71.1 ,.,f -4: 1 COACH" ' TUBBY GRAVES SENIOR MANAGER 'MIKE fn 55" fp . BUD .PRI ' 51, -. A , " J wi 1. X : ,L ,.,, ,F . W W 4 lg' . 1' 2 '. 55213: " 1 ful 1? Wm HW '- 'I f L.. , H, .- ,, ,- -. k . 1--gl., :ra -I "-"1 YQ "H P..-'1 'M "1 R A A . ' I . W Q. 5' ' 'V 4 .1 W"-5 ' in I N .JEL , 1 I.. '- X ' 3.4 1.25 225' ,1g.'5?l-T, A - ' , , jg, Gfrhhfz. "-:In ,ILM T .xg li 'ZW fffglll 15 ' Yflfff, af 311 kiwi? 'ffwhii X11 gif .LW V .-1,4 't -:- b 'fff' 5'-vw' : QFW1 ' 1? 'I' TR. ,-. , f,-, 4 1 . .,.r,i: , ww.: aw' , .. 'K 1 Lf RAI-PH 'MERKLINT ,V ,... L RICH' '3 ssgggsl 'ZIEGEIQIFQSS ? 1 . so Lovsmcu MD WALTERS mcuc srALLcoP 209 l Men who won varsity baseball awards were Lou Budnick, Ray Cook, Ed Cunningham, Willie Hew- A son, Chet Johnson, Bernie Kohls, Ed Loverich, Roy Marlowe, Bud Pripp, John Pyfer, Jack Stallcop, Al Plummer, and George Ziegenfuss. "W" blankets were presented to Willie Hewson, Lou Budniek, Ed Loverich, Roy Marlowe, Bernie Kohls and Len Rich. I ' iv A e b A il- ei Y -X Q? E LEP, ,wif 'W ffl ZZ, K? ff. RAY COOK Cl-IET JOH NSON is .E ig! 3 is CUNNINGHAM JOH PYFERH WILLIE HEWSON AW CONFERENCE STANDINGS ' Won Lost Average wAsHlNG'roN STATE I2 OREGON. .. . .L . 'IZ wAsHlNGToN . 1 oREGoN sTA'rE . 4 IDA:-lo . . .L 3 4 . 750 750 soo aaa 187 r. 'w if PLUMNMER H Homin esreucsn The ea on By Fred Baisch WITH ONLY A handful of veterans around which to build his team, Coach "Tubby" Graves brought the 1937 Husky baseball contingent down the stretch in one of the tightest pennant chases in conference history, finishing the season in third place behind Oregon and Washington State, who tied for top honors. The loss of two close games in the final series with WSC at Pullman on May 31 and June 1, proved to be the deciding factor in a season which saw the Huskies take three games from Idaho, three from Oregon State, and a single win over Buck Bailey's veteran Cougar squad. The Huskies opened the season at home in a two game series with WSC on April 30 and 31. Washington was shut out in the initial contest 5 to 0, but came back to win the remaining game 4 to 1. The Gravesmen again played host a few days later when they met Idaho on May 3 and 4, and won both games, 12 to 3 and 3 to 2. Swinging out on their initial road trip, the Huskies' first stop was Corvallis, where they met OSC on May 7 and 8, taking the first game 11 to 2 and dropping the second 17 to 7. The next stop was Eugene, where games scheduled with Oregon for the 10th and llth of May were rained out. In a return engagement with the Ducks on Graves field, on May 14 and 15, the Huskies were defeated in both con- tests. Washington then met the traveling Oregon State Beavers in a two game series on May 19 and 20. Tubby's men celebrated their final home appearance by winning both games, 4 to 3 and 13 to 3. With the conference title within striking distance, the Huskies sallied forth on the final road trip. The first stop was Moscow, where the pesky Idaho Vandals were engaged on May 26 and 27. The stock of the Purple and Gold machine went up when they won the first contest 7 to 6, but all hopes of title honors faded when the Vandals sewed up the final battle 10 to 6. The previously mentioned dual loss to the Cougars in the final series of the season firmly intrenched the Huskies in third place. Coupled with the polished play of the veterans through- out the season was the sensational performance of the sophomore regulars. On the mound staff Chet johnson, sophomore portsider, checked in with four wins and two losses to top the list of Husky hurlers, and rank as the second best pitcher in the conference behind Sayles of Oregon. Lou Budnick and Bernie Kohls, both seniors and three year veterans on Tubby's mound forces, closed their final collegiate season with one win and two losses apiece. Big Ed Loverich, versatile regular outfielder, registered one win in three appearances on the mound as a relief hurler. Bob "Red" Walters, a promising sophomore, and Frank Marolich, a senior, also saw reserve duty on the hill. At the plate the sophomores again took the lead with Bud Pripp, stellar second baseman, and George Ziegenfuss, first sacker, on top in that order. Pripp finished the season with an excellent .416 average, while Ziegenfuss hit the ball at a .361 clip for the season. Although Al Plummer and Ed Loverich, both veterans on the squad, wound up in third and fourth positions in the batting race, they accounted for a large share of the hard and consistent hitting power of the club. Plumrner's bat provided the winning runs more than once during the season, and he was the only member of the Husky squad to rate a position on Tubby Graves' All-Conference team. Willie Hewson, third base, Len Rich, right field, and Roy Marlowe, the sparkplug of the team in the catching slot, were three seniors who were responsible for a great deal of the defensive strength of the team. Both Hewson and Rich turned in many brilliant fielding plays during their . I IQTOP ROWQI Lou Budnick throws them down the alley in the Oregon game. Umpire Riddle calls them. ' IQBOTTOM ROWJ Al Plummer strikes a humorous pose as he slides into third. KMIDDLE ROWQI Marlowe takes a cut at an Oregon p1tcher's offering. final campaign, while Marlowe rated as one of the best backstops in the conference in his final season with the Huskies. Jack Stallcop, lanky outfielder and a junior on the squad, saw frequent action as an alternate in the right field position and should land a regular job next season. Johnny Pyfer, another promising sophomore, was second only to veteran Willie Hewson at shortstop. His classy ball handling should put him at a regular infield post for the coming season. Roy Marlowe was voted the "Torchy" Torrence inspira- tional award by his teammates. The diminutive catching ace never lost a chance to boost the morale of the team, and his constant chatter behind the plate upset more than one opposing batter. Marlowe is one of the few men in the history of Washington baseball to win the Torrence award twice, the honor being first bestowed upon him in 1935. 2 BY DEWEY OSTROM Since sharing the Northern division Pacific Coast conference varsity tennis crown with University of Oregon in 1930, the Washington Tennis squad never lost a championship until the 1937 campaign. Coach Jack Torney's squad finished the dual meet schedule in a three-way tie with Oregon State College and the University of Oregon, each with one defeat. Following the dual meet season, Ken Clegg, Husky Captain, lost out in the semi-finals of the Confer- ence singles championship play to John Gallagher, Beaver ace. In the doubles, Clegg and Dewey Ostrom were downed by Gallagher and Claude Hockley, of O. S. C., in a three-set final match. The Beavers, tournament hosts at Corvallis, piled up 14 points to take top honors. University of Ore- gon, led by the wiry veteran, John Economus, was runner up with seven points, followed closely by the Huskies with six. Bill Crapo, a junior, who played the number two spot throughout the 1937 season, is picked by Coach Torney to be the man to beat for the 1937 Confer- ence individual championship. The doubles tandem of Crapo and Walt Walkinshaw, sophomore, is also expected by Torney to gather plenty of points for the Huskies again next season. Crunching Curt Coons went through his lirst season of varsity play without a defeat in singles play at number three position. Dick Moser, who played any position from two to five, Walkinshaw, Ostrom and Julian Rickles completed the regular line-up. So well balanced were the Husky forces that a day of intra-squad matches sometimes produced a dras- tically revised ranking. Clegg, runner up for the Conference singles titles in 1935 and 1936, was the only man to go through the intra-squad competition undefeated. - Seniors Clegg, Moser and Rickles will be lost through graduation for the 1938 season. Season's matches and scores were : Washington 4, Linfield 3 Washington 7, Whitman 0 Washington vs. O. S. C., rained out Washington 3, Oregon 4 Washington 7, Idaho 0 Washington 6, W. S. C. 1 Crop Rowy Curt Coons, went through his First varsity season at No. 3 without a defeat in singles play. Curt returns for the 1938 season. Captain Ken Clegg, No. 1 man on the squad, placed second in the Conference singles play for three seasons. Does not return for 1938 season. CBOTTOM Rowy Bill Crapo, a junior, went through the 1937 campaign as the Huskies' No. 2 player. Is picked by Torney to be the outstanding player of the 1938 Conference play. Dewey Ostrom, Clegg's partner in doubles matches. Lost out to 0. S. C.'s doubles team for Conference Championship. Ostrom will be back. eashiauds Winning every one of their ten matches, the 1937 Freshmen net squad proved one of the most powerful to ever represent the University of Washington. With Byron Page, Seattle junior champion, setting the pace, the yearlings amassed a record of 74 individual victories out of 78 played. George Ravenscroft and George Dambacher played through the schedule without a defeat in either singles or doubles matches. Numeral winners were: Byron Page, Lefty Loquvam, Herb Baumgartner, George Ravens- croft, Bill Carpenter, George Dambacher, Dick Beauchamp and Larry Gattavara. 1 wah i-await Marked by all who saw it play as the greatest Freshman team in a decade, Coach Chuck Mucha's charges were truly a great eleven. Studded with former high schools stars from Chicago to Kalispell, the yearlings were vastly superior to the opponents they played. i Opening the season with a rush, the Husky Babes defeated Bellingham Normal 8 to 0, and two weeks later slaughtered a supposedly mighty Oregon team 26 to 0. On Nov. 6 they completed their successful season by turning back a stubborn Washington State eleven, 13 to 0. Besides keeping their goal line unblemished, the Babes also did not allow their opponents to have the ball within the Husky twenty- live yard line. Proving that the Varsity will not suffer from lack of Sophomore material next fall, Coach Mucha awarded numerals to the following: Ends-Jay McDowell, joe Hutchinson, Bill Marx, Don Means, and Bill Lee. Tackles-Byng Nixon, Bob McKeown, Chuck Follick, Thor Peterson, George Anderson, Jack Coonan, and jerry Cyweski. Guards-Bill Holmes, Dale Maflit, Dick Ball, john Shephard, and Dick Greenwood. Centers-Bob Gorton, jack Benzinger, and Stan Wyatt. Quarterbacks-Bill Benzlnger, Ted Dorman, Bill Kissain, Elmer Berg, and Edo Vanni. Halfbacks-Dean McAdams, Frank Monkus, Bill Kelly, Wellington Harmon, Sam Grande, Sam Corisis, and Maurice Stacy. Fullbacks- Rudy Mucha, Torn Ullman, and Bob Snow. Moment of play of the game between U. of W. and W. S. C. Freshmen. Moment of play of the game between U. of W. and W. S. C. Freshmen. The sensational fresh halfback Dean McAda b k i o l C rea s away r m severa ougars to score Washingtoxfs second touchdown. Fullback Rudy Mucha on the receiving end of a lateral. 212 wh Baskewatl ,.,,WEFN.g , , hwnr , .WY 5..- . , m,,, Tart, ,. ,,... ...T --2 Going through a schedule of 18 games, sometime two a weekend besides traveling, the 1938 Freshman basketball team dropped but three games. One out of a series of three to the Varsity Reserves, to the Victoria Dominos in a 40-37 overtime game and to the University of British Columbia, 48-32. In Varsity Coach Hec Edmundson's opinion, backed by Frosh Coach Tubby Graves, this outfit was the finest Freshman quintet ever to be assembled at the University of Washington. Taller and heavier than most Frosh outfits, the Yearlings overpowered their opponents by superior ball-handling and aggressiveness. When Jack Voelker and Merlin Gates were declared ineligible for the year, Coach Tubby Graves lost two of his most valuable cogs. Though a bit older than the average Freshman athlete, Voelker was the best checker on the squad. Gates was "death under the basket," as Tubby aptly described him. The 'nmwv-':""aecs1' wears. ' ' " " C' Bob Voelker, Harris Bom-nan, Jack Voelker, Murlin Gates, Jack Bowen Paul Smith, Don Means, Jack Arthaud, Stan Mickelson Frosh were further crippled in mid-season when Cal Jorgenson was hospitalized with appendicitis. The most exciting games played were the three struggles with the Varsity Reserves, when the Greenmen came from behind to win the first two contests in the last few seconds. The first game went 39-375 second, 33-32 and the Frosh dropped the third, 42-40. Men that impressed Coach Edmundson were Paul Smith, a driving player, Jack Voelker, considered ace high as a checker, his brother Bob, a long shot artistg Jack Bowen, the most outstanding ball handler since Bob Egge, and Merlin Gates, the big center. Numerals were awarded Jack Arthaud, Harris Bouman, Jack Bowen, Cal Iorgenson, Hubert Laven, Don Means, Stan Mickelson, John Mottishaw, Paul Smith and Bob Voelker. s. WM een CTOP ROWJ Ben Adams, Tom Murphy, Tom Barrett, Bob Lockhart, Sam Coleman CLEFTJ J ess Wilkins CTHE SQUADJ Avey, Coleman, Watson, Adams, Aikins, J. Murphy, Roats, Raught, T. Murphy, Manager Kit Steele Holmes, Ballard, Palo, Bubnic, Acomb, L. Libby, Barrett, Lockhart, Lansing Coach Edmundson, Sunderland, Heaton, Wilkins, Bell, Barr, johnson One of the strongest and best balance Freshman track squads in recent years carried Washington's colors through the cinder campaign. The Husky pups won all their meets by overwhelming scores and developed some outstanding performers who will be a potent factor in future varsity compe- tition. Outstanding performer on the squad was Ben Adams, a former Ballard high school star, who was consistently under two minutes in the half-mile and ran an outstanding lap on the relay squad. Another headliner was Tom Murphy, wiry little sprinter, who touched 9.8 seconds in the century, and 21.9 in the furlong. Murphy, a slow starter, was especially effective in the longer dash. Promising to add strength in the high jump was Tom Barrett, Lincoln high product, who leaped six feet three inches during the season. Chuck Bechtol, the sawed-off Hercules of the football squad, looked like a comer with the 16-pound shot. The half-mile was the strongest frosh event. Bob Ballard, from Longview, Wash., pressed Adams closely in all meets and was one of the strongest runners on the squad. In the two-mile Coleman showed promise as did Bob Lockhart in the hurdle events. Outstanding squad weaknesses developed in the discus, javelin and broad jump. In the triangular meet with Bellingham Normal and Ellensburg Normal, the Husky Yearling cinder burners swamped the Normal schools by a 96-31-31 score. Outstanding in the meet was Tommy Murphy, who won the 100 yard dash and the 220 in 09.8 and 21.9 seconds, respectively. Ben Adams easily classed the half-milers in a 2 :00.6 run. Chuck Bechtol and Chuck Bell made good marks in the weight events. A week later the Frosh rode rough-shod over College of Puget Sound to the tune of 103-28. The same Frosh were the outstanding performers. Numerals were awarded to Ben Adams, Gene Avey, Darrell Barr, Bob Ballard, Torn Barrett, James Aikins, Henry Anderson, By Acomb, Chuck Bechtol, Fred Suver, Jim Holmes, Archie Heaton, Frank Bubnic, Chuck Bell, Sam Coleman, Archie Watson, Bronsdon Lansing, Bob Lockhart, Denis Sunderland, Jess Wilkins, Emil Palo, George Roats, Lindy Libby, Tom Murphy, and John Murphy. 214 2 wh Basedatd An impressive record was written in the scorebook as Washington's 1937 freshman baseball team ended their successful season under Coach Marion Felt, winning eight of their eleven scheduled games. Aided not a little by a powerful pitching staff composed of Sam Baker, a Whatcom High school southpawg Joe Wittman from Seattle Prepg Warren Sierer from Roosevelt and Dick Izzard, a Broadway Hash, the yearling horse-hide hitters walloped their opponents by very decisive scores. Sam Baker, the Bellingham port-sider, alone won four games, consequently Varsity Baseball Coach Tubby Graves had his eye on Baker. Another outstanding frosh was Warren Sierer. He, too, is varsity material and may be in line for a first string mound job. The diamond hot-spot, between third base and second, was well covered by short-stop Ed Sheehan, another Seattle Prep lad. Coupled with his fielding ability was his steady, powerful hitting. His trips to CBOTTOM ROWJ Sam Baker, pitcher Jack Frost, centerfield Eddie Sheehan, shortstop CTOP ROWJ Dick DeDonato, catcher Howard Whims waits for a good one Marion Felt, Frosh Coach Al Hulbert, Senior Frosh Manager the plate were always fruitful and when hits were sorely needed, he produced. Lincoln High gave Coach Felt big Bill MacDonald who really reached for them on the first sack and his prowess at the plate is well known. Bill looked like a first string first baseman. Covering second base and the pivot of many a double play was Hiram Akita from Burlington, Washington. His ability to cover ground fast was his chief asset. Others who earned numerals were as follows: Austin Seth, Franklin Highg Percy Pearson, Ballardg Bob Sheaffer, Camas, Dick De Donato, Seattle Prepg Jerry Swanson, Seattle: Jack Frost, Broadwayg Bill Downing, Garfield: Dave Dobson, Rentong Dick Izzard, Broadwayg jack Parker, Seattle. The yearling squad this year is coached by a new mentor, Leonard Stevens. Stevens has taken over since Felt left the University for a teaching job in Tacoma. 4 Ol -15-S ,l 'Tiel'i'i?4f'?. nit' 11: 'lr 'l as ',-:fm 'fqmgr ali . 'le '14"1'.l . :QI X ,W jj. X -' 'f' 'Cf' gf? is 2.4. It. .. - -we ,. I .. in . Q.9l,, 1 ,,....l I. .,.,1,,NRf fF,fiil.wvlvm I-H: , im gl - N t 31 " , .-.-,,,,,, -- .W U: .V . , S 'f:i.sc,,fs+:,L,-,-Zi, ne- -A-4 Q .' , r ,saw , .- CTOP ROWJ Coach Otto Lang CMIDDLE ROWJ Otis Lamson Cleftj, Bob Higman, Coach Otto Lang, Bill Hubbach, Lonnie Robinson and Bob Barto ready to leave for the Yosemite meet. Lonnie Robinson KBOTTOM ROWJ Before a meet Cleft to rightj Bob Barto, Lonnie Robinson, Bill Hubbach, Bob Higman, Coach Otto Lang, Walt Page, Otis Setting an unbeatable pace, Washington skiers remained in complete control of all Pacific Coast intercollegiate ski honors for the fourth consecutive season. Although dropping the first meet to the national champion Dartmouth team at Sun Valley, the Husky snow-skimmers found little difiiculty in overcoming opposition offered by the various far Western schools. Under the expert coaching of Otto Lang, famous Austrian ski instructor, the Huskies improved with each meet. After losing to Dartmouth, 300 to Z59.04, Washington successfully defended its Pacific Coast Intercollegiate Championship at Yosemite Park. Nevada was second and Stanford third. On the steep slopes of Mt. Spokane, the Huskies Lamson and Manager Paul Duncan. The squad poses at Mt. Rainier soundly trounced their opponents to retain the Northwest Intercollegiate Championship. They won the first four places in the slalom and downhill, and the first three in the cross-country. Washington's third and final successful title defense was in the conference meet at Mt. Rai.nier. An abbreviated entry list found only California and Oregon as opponents and the champions had little trouble winning. Captain Bob Higman and Lonnie Robinson were the individual stars of the team. Ragnar Qvale, the team's lone sophomore, was the best jumper, and Otis Lamson consistently placed high in slalom, cross- country, and downhill competition. Other Minor "W" winners were Bob Barto, Walt Page, Tom Hill, and Bill Hubbach. 217 w I lx After many long years, Coach Jack Torney's mermen were able to break the Oregon jinx by one point, winning their first dual meet against the Ducks by a score of 38 to 37. To balance the books, the Husky splashers lost their first dual meet to Oregon State, by a 48 to 27 margin. Washington retained its Northwest superiority by defeating Washington State and Idaho in both dual and triangular competition, the triangular win being the fourth in live starts. High scorer of the 1938 season was George Personette, ace dash man, whose 24.2 time for the 50 yard freestyle tied the present Northern Division record. Pat Johnson showed his versatility by swimming sprints, breaststroke, and relay. In his specialty event, the 200 breaststroke, he set a new pool record at O. S. C. His only loss over this distance was to teammate Bill Yake. Yake was a consistent second in that event and was fifth highest scorer, in spite of strenuous competition. Distance man Mark Allen was defeated only once in the 220 yard freestyle, while backstroker Bill Wilcox Hnished in front in the 150 yard length in every meet except Oregon State. Willie Langevin, the team's hard luck man, handled diving assignments. Other letter winners include jim Carpenter, Lucian Harvey, Jim Randles, Ken Hilton, Chan Thomas, and Bud Schacht. "We are expecting a good season in 1939," said Torney, "as we will have seven returning lettermen, several stellar frosh aspirants, and a new pool to work in." Froslz Swimming A record smashing yearling squad showing Varsity power swamped everything in its path with seven consecutive wins by large margins. Five Freshman marks were shattered, three relay and two individual records. Pete Goldberg and Leonard Koke gave future Frosh new targets to shoot at in the 220 freestyle and 100 yard backstroke, while teams composed of Bill Holmes, Dick Becker, Jack Hinchey, Dick Failor, Bill Bird, Goldberg, and Koke hung up new times in the 150 yard medley and 160 and 200 yard relay events. Other numeral winners were Bud Andrews, Al Beebe, Bill Marontate, Jim Robinson, Bill Dick, and Stan Wyatt. ETOP ROWI Bill Yake, Jim Lewis, Pat Johnson, and Donovan tune-up their breast stroke. jim Carpenter, George Personette and Floyd Loomis, sprint men, start a practice grind. . ISECOND ROW1 Willie Langevin, the hard luck boy of the squad, does a beautiful swan dive for the photographer. Middle-distance men waiting for the gun in inter-squad competition. Left to right, Jim Randles Ken Hilton, Mark Allen and George Sawada. ITHIRD ROW1 Coach Jack Torney holds a conference with his ace swimmer, George Personette. Bill Wilcox and Chan Thomas ' As? Front row: Berk Koke Smit P. Goldberg Back row: Beck Wyatt, ' 1 McLauchlan, B 4' N limber-up for t e ackstroke event. li ' . 9 u V ,u F - i . 1 1 5 3 . R . Q ' , f rl . f 8 . . , CY oldberg, ers, Hart. y Robinson, , , ink. T Ming Washington again showed its supremacy in wrestling this year by winning a tie for the Northern division championship. Hampered somewhat by injuries, Coach Leonard Stevens did a great job in moulding a squad of championship caliber from a group of willing but inexperienced men. With Captain Gene Arwood, Mark Haytield, and Hitoshi Kawahara around which to build a team, Stevens chose Sterling Parberry, Gene Caddey, Bill Truscutt, Dick Klinge, and George Esveldt for the remaining positions through a series of elimination matches. Using this roster to uphold the Purple and Gold in a trip to the hostile lairs of Washington State and Idaho, the Washington mentor garnered a 16-to-14 victory over the Cougars but lost to the Vandal team, 19 to ll. Returning from the wars the boys settled down to hard workouts and a new series of elimination matches, with the varsity men open to any challenger. Workouts were lengthened and every man was called upon to give his utmost in view of the stiff competition for their positions. At the Minor Sports Carnival in the University of Washington Pavilion, the Northern Division title was at stake. Idaho entered a favorite, and Washington was conceded little better than a chance to nose out W. S. C. for second place. But after the triangular meet was over, Washington and W. S. C, had tied for first with 26 points each and Idaho was last with 19. Washington had previously defeated the Cougars, so the Husky team has a good claim on the title. The lineup for the meet was somewhat altered by an ear injury to Mark Hayfield, and his place was filled by Irwin Birch. The other absent matman was the veteran, Gene Caddey. His position was taken by Marvin Bichenbach. The rest of the lineup was identical with that which was used in the earlier contests. The outstanding men of the year were Bill Truscutt, Gene Arwood, and Hitoshi Kawahara--each annexed the Northern Division title in their respective weights. QTOP ROWJ Hitoshi Kawahara Cin black trunksj throwing his Washington State rival to the mat. Kawahara in a bulldozing pose. CBOTTOM ROWD Esveldt Cin black trunlcsj applies the pressure to the Idaho lightweight. Hoyt Reed receives a stiff right from lightweight champion Bob Sharp as Bob Williams, middleweight champ, watches. With cards packed full of thrills and slugging bouts, Coach Norm Kunde brought his intramural and all-University boxing tournament to a close on the evening of February 23. Probably the outstanding event of the tournament and exhibition bouts was the first round technical K. O. of jerry Cysewski by hammering Bill Hill. Both footballers were out on their feet after the first few seconds of fighting but Hill went on slugging to Hoor Cysewski for the count. During the course of the tournament, iive new champions were crowned. Fred Schneider got the call over the 1937 featherweight champ Freddy Rosemond. In the bantamweight division Bill Bitney stopped game Frankie Fukano to gain the belt with a show of boxing talent. Arnie Thumbert won the Welterweight championship when he decisioned Jerry Kelly in a stirring three round battle. The light-heavyweight class brought a real fight to the fans, Jim Birch finally pounding out a decision over Roy Dinwiddie. Big Jim Hopkins won the heavyweight title by disposing of Don Cummings. Middleweight Bob Williams retained his 1937 crown by outboxing Cliff Phillips as lightweight Bob Sharp decisioned Hoyt Reed to keep his championship. BOXING CHAMPIONS FOR 1938 ARE: Champion Runner up Bantamweight Bill Bitney Frankie Fukano Featherweight Fred Schneider: Fred Rosemond Welterweight Arnie Thumbert Jerry Kelly Middleweight Bob Williams Cliff Phillips Lightweight Bob Sharp Hoyt Reed Light-Heavy jim Birch Roy Dinwiddie Heavyweight Jim Hopkins Don Cummings 2 C8 With what promised to be a successful season upset by injuries and ineligibilities, an inexperienced but willing University of Washington hockey team, coached by Don McKenzie and "Dutch" Holland, struggled through a mediocre 1938 campaign. Despite the fact that the Huskies lost all four games played, much improvement was shown during the season, and with most of this year's squad returning for more competition, next year presents a better outlook. Prospects were bright when turnouts started, with some good material on hand, and a trip to California during Christmas vacation in the ofling. Soon, however, the picture changed, for sickness, failure to register, and ineligibilities crippled the squad, and with hardly enough men to put a team on the ice, Coach McKenzie was forced to cancel the proposed trip. An entirely rebuilt sextet met Gonzaga's powerful squad at Spokane in the Hrst game of the season and returned home on the short end of an 18-1 count. The Huskies' lone tally was scored by Dave Frankfurter on a pass from Captain Bill Haas. Even though the Bulldogs had a great outfit, an injury to Goalie Cartwright in the middle of the second period boosted the score much higher than it should have been. Lack of capable reserves hurt the Husky forces a great deal in this tussle. The next game was played on home ice against the perennial opponent, University of British Columbia. The Huskies fared better against the Canadians, but again left the ice on the wrong end--this time a 7-0 count. A return game was played at Vancouver and though the Huskies turned in a greatly improved brand of hockey, UBC agai.n triumphed 2-1 in the best contest of the season. Don Franett scored the Husky counter on an assist from Paul Vaschenko. Gonzaga's nifty sextet was again met, this time at Seattle in the final game of the season, and Husky forces went into the battle determined to overcome the 18-1 verdict previously handed them in Spokane. However, the Bulldogs, smooth-skating outfit proved too much, and they again triumphed, but W this time by a score of 7-0. The Huskies put up a i great iight, and only when penalties put them at a disadvantage were the Bulldogs able to run up the score. Lack of material was the main cause of the poor showing of the Husky ice forces this season, but the team was willing, and the experience gained should help greatly. Only Vaschenko and Rempher are lost by graduation, so next year should present a much different story. Minor W winners, in addition to Captain Haas, er d Cartwright, goalg Harry Rempher and hapin, defense, Paul Vaschenko and Eudore ersg and Don Franett, Connor Gray, rter, and Dave Frankfurter, wings. film ITOP ROWJ The 1938 Hockey Squad Back row: Asst. Coach Holland, Rempher, Capt. Haas, Cartwright, Franett, Vaschenko, Chapin. Front row: Gray, Berry, Zorn, Frankfurter, E. Frankfurter and Harris. Paul Vaschenko. IISECOND ROWI Goalie Ed Cartwright. Harry Rempher fleftj, and Captain Bill Haas. ITWO BOTTOM ROWSII Scenes of the second Gonzaga slaughter that finished 7-0 for the visiting Bulldogs. I A tie for lirst place in individual scoring honors and second place in team scoring at the Northern Conference meet held over the Olympic Golf course, brought the Husky's competitive golf season to a successful finish. Carl Jonson's score of 148 tied that of Gill's, W. S. C. ace, for individual honors. Victories over Idaho and O. S. C. placed Washington third in conference standings for the year. Carl Jonson represented the University at the 'Pacific Coast Inter-collegiate tournament, held over the Pebble Beach course at Del Monte, Cal. Carl reached the serni-iinal round, where he was defeated by Roger Kelly of Loyola, winner of the tournament and medalist in the National Amateur the following Summer. Wes Karney scored a sub-par round of 69 to defeat Carl Jonson in the final round of the annual handicap tourney for the Sayles trophy. This event is staged over the University course. Jonson earned the right to have his name engraved for the second time on the plaque donated by Coach William Jefferson when he successfully defended his all-University title won the preceding fall. The ten men receiving varsity awards includedg Don Simpson, Bob Abernathy, Dave Norton, Neal Banta, Don Picht, james Longmuir, Bob Fissell, V. A. Vaughn, Carl Jonson, Les Carlson. The freshmen squad completed a successful season, dropping but two matches during the year, both to the Bellingham Normal school. Those receiving frosh awards wereg Jay Bloch, jay Sadler, Bob Phillips, Ernie Jonson, W. Kerr, Doug Dean, Tremaine, Neil Richardson. Carl Jonson, Chub Vaughn Neal Banta, Don Picht Bob Fissell, Les Carlson Dave Norton, Bob Abernathy Z2 Selecting the prime sharpshooters from a field of 150 aspirants who turned out for the Husky rifle team, Coach Major Harry R. Pierce, himself an expert riileman, has molded a potential championship team. Until the squad rounded out into shape, Major Pierce depended largely upon the returning letter- men to win the matches for the Husky squad, but gradually the mediocre element was weeded out and the team was limited to twenty members which comprised the Varsity and the ROTC teams. Diligently practicing and improving their marks- manship, the target shooting aggregation prepared to make a bid for the coveted McKay trophy which is awarded annually to the ROTC team making the highest number of available points. This, the six sharpshooters proceeded to do and on January 30, 1938, claimed the silver cup. Members of the McKay trophy team were Captain Tony Lloyd, Joe Voellmeck, Bob Dent, Howard York, Bob Holland, and Jack Coskey. Defeating all other schools previous to the Hring of the Ninth Corps Area match, the Husky riflemen bogged down in the match and placed fourth, enabling them to compete for the national trophy together with four other teams. Only five teams in the United States being allowed to shoot for national recognition. Out for another trophy, this time the Hearst marksmanship trophy, five members of the ROTC team are gunning for points and Major Pierce declined to predict what the outcome would be. Particularly blessed is the Washington rifle team with the services of Captain Tony Lloyd, one of the outstanding shooters of the nation. His ability as a straight shooter has acquired him many trophies and countless medals. Lloyd defeated the best shots of all military schools at Camp Perry last summer to win the individual ROTC championship of the nation and was automatically placed on the select President's One-Hundred. Shooting 389 points out of a possible 400, Howard York threatened to dim the achievements of Captain Tony Lloyd. To prognosticate the outcome of the rifle team would be foolish at this early time. The Major is wise in desisting to comment, but he and Sergeant H. T. Gage, able assistant coach, have high hopes of victory. crop ROWD R. O. T. C. Rilie Squad, 1938 Top row: Major Pierce, Bailey, Voellmeck, Lloyd, Holland, York, Coskey, Nordeen, Worley, Sgt. Gage. Front row: Dent, Morehouse, Lown, Mudge, Hipp. CMIDDLE ROWJ R. O. T. C. McKay Trophy Winners Top row: Bob Dent, Howard York, Bob Holland, Jack Coskey Bottom row: Tony Llo d . - - Joe Voellrneck. Major Harry R. Pier I Q - - . eman, coaches the Washington "sh l - - pionships. usorro A . ' X ' captain Tony Lloyd, Nat ' 1 '5 o, T. c. champion and a me if I ' t's One-Hundred, poses with ea ' , b Dent and Assistant Coach Serge Q QQ age. Lamonte.Minor and Stan Silverman v compliment each other after an inter-squad match. Paul johnson, Jim Greenwood, Coach Augie Auemheimer, and George Grant look on. Silverman defends himself from one of Minor's lunges. Washington fencers celebrated a decade of consistent triumph this year when they won for the tenth time the Northwestern Intercollegiate Fencing Title. And next year's blade prospects indicate another team of championship calibre, with several effective men stepping out of the ranks. The .Husky season started on February 11, when a fencing trio composed of Lamont Minor, Stan Silverman and Paul Johnson travelled to Moscow, Idaho, and scored a 6-3 win. On the following day the Husky representatives met fencers from WSC, and again they scored a 7-2 win. Minor and Silverman returned to Seattle with untarnished record, having won all of their respective matches. Bruce Smith, Don Ide and Tom Tryon met the fencers of Shawnigan Lake School, Vancouver Island, and returned to Seattle with a 5-1 win. The fencing events in conjunction with the Minor Sports Carnival of March 12 brought representative blade stars from WSC, Oregon State and Idaho to Seattle, Lamont Minor and Stan Silverman again positions one and two on the Husky team, with t third berth being filled alternately by Jim Greenw George Grant and Paul Johnson. After some hig competitive fencing, Washington finally won the with scores of 6-3 against WSC, 5-1 against Ore State and 5-1 against Idaho. WSC's fencers had improved immensely since their first meet with the Huskies, making the competition much more keen. gn, ,lf f Front row: Rodney Townsend, Perry Palmer, Ernest Frolund, jack Knudson, Jim McEwing, George Harrison. Back row: Norm Kunde, coach, Harold Thornquist, Howard Waldron, Lloyd Jorgensen, R. F. Greene, captain, Bob Stice, Thaddeus Grosscup, manager. Captain Dick Greene In the season just past, their fourth year as organized volleyball competition, the Husky Varsity net squad looks back on a total of triumphs that is the most satisfactory yet in their short but pertinent history. In addition to climaxing the season by capturing the Northwest Collegiate Volleyball title, the Huskies scored in dual meets with Washington State, Idaho, Moscow Town Team, Reed College, the Seattle YMCA and the Washington Athletic Club, and also tallied to win the local city title. Perhaps nothing is more potent in establishing their consistent improvement during the season than comparing initial wins with those which ended the year. The Huskymen managed only to place second in an all-city round robin early in the fall quarter, rallying to earn the all-city title on February 16, playing the same local squads. The Huskies travelled to Pullman on February 11, and on to Moscow, Idaho, on the 12th, for engagements with both schools. WSC offered keen competition, and the Huskies were able to win but three of the five games, tilting the balance in their direction in the last game. Less difficult were the Washington-Idaho games, the Huskies taking three straight. Three stellar volleyball teams entered the Minor Sports Carnival of March 12. Besides the Huskymen, squads from Reed College and WSC travelled to Seattle for this classic of secondary sports. Washington won all games with Reed, and won two out of three hotly contested games with WSC, winning the Northwest Collegiate Title as a result. Coach Norm Kunde organized his '38 team without the return of a single member of last year's squad. Captain Dick Greene, a veteran of four years ago, returned to school, and proved to be the top man for the Huskies, on both defense and offense. Lefty Thornquist appeared without previous experience, joined the Varsity squad and established himself as an effective net man. Bob Stice plaved set-up for Captain Dick Greene most dependably. hn Knudson, Ernest Froland, Perry Palmer and rge Fukano stepped out of last year's freshman into the Varsity squad. olleyball lineup for 1938 included Captain Greene. Bob Stice, John Knudson, Lefty nquist, Howard Waldron, Ernest Froland, George no, Perrv Palmer, Harry Beman, Paul Shaffrath, etzger, Rodney Townsend, Floyde Kelley, alter Quant, George Harrison and Hoyt Jorgensen. 222 2 3 , f dr qu, iq ilk Q J F 9534? e 3 7mifi1'5f '7 R FT: "'IW1'f Hiefil I ' we 'i-Flip-'75 H ' 'Hia-e it my it if F, - , -rea With the intent to bring more interest in Intramural sports and for the welfare of "Joe College," who was growing very soft from lounging on fraternity davenports, Dr. Manch N. Garhart donated a trophy bearing his name to the University athletic officials in 1927. The trophy was to become in permanent possession of any organization that won it three years in succession, However, the trophy didn't last long, as Alpha Sigma Phi won it three years in a row for final possession. Then in 1930 Dr. Garhart presented another trophy, this time a perpetual one. The Alpha Sigs monopolized the new trophy until 1932, when the Fijis won. Theta Chi came through in 1933 to wing '34, the Chi Psisg '35, the persistent Alpha Sigs againg '36, Betas, and last year the Phi Delts massed 1150 points to defeat the Fijis. Compass and Chart was third and the Finish Club, fourth. Independent organizations are eligible to compete for the trophy as Well as fraternities, but all organizations that enter the race must compete in at least ten of the 20 sports offered. SPRING QUARTER 1937 Baseball opened its season with 25 teams competing in 36 games. Going through a hard fought season with games as tight as the village drunk, the Finish Club nosed out Compass and Chart No. 1 to win the title. Phi Sigma Kappa placed third. Track. Winning four first places besides placing a third and fourth counters in nearly every event, the Fiji trackmen outpointed the S. A. E. team for the 1937 cinder title. John Swan, Fiji middle distance man, set new marks for the mile and half-mile runs, 4:52 and 2 :O5.6, respectively. Connie Henderson, Chi Phi, broadjumped 21' 10" with S. A. E.'s jimmy Johnston a few inches behind. Johnston, high point man in the meet IQTOPQI Coach Norm Kunde and champions Cin front rowl pose with a few of the leather pushers LMIDDLE3 Intramural Track Champions, 1937, Phi Gamma Delta Frank Garrets n, B'11L' d ll, h E' h , k W 1 . . h 0 1 in se Jo n ic er Jac 0 B111 Banks, Bob Kilgore, John Swan and Mert Hatc Intramural Swimming Champions, 1938, Finish Club Bill Yake, John Feltis, Fred Hoeppner I BOTTOM1 Intramural Basketball Champs, 1938, Froslz Flippers Bob Voelker, Paul Smith, Jack Voelker Cal Jorgensen, Elmer Berg f with 11 tallies, nosed out Taylor, Psi U, to Win the 100 yard dash in 10.1 seconds. Bob Cole, Bob Landis and Dick Warren, Beta housemen, composed the winning team in the tennis tourney with the A. T. O. team placing second. The farm influence came out in Bill Houston and Willis Baker as they pitched the S. A. E. house a few ringers and defeated the Theta Chi men to place first in Horseshoes. Zeta Psi's jack Burns and Bill Thompson made up the championship Golf team, Phi Kappa Sigma was second. Delta Tau Delta won the Touch Football title but Compass and Chart placed second, adding 50 more points to their total. Though not placing in the win columns in Spring Quarter, 1937, the Phi Delts had sufficient points to stave off the Fiji's and Compass and Chart in the final mad rush for the Garhart Trophy, having 135 points to spare. FALL QUARTER 1937-1938 Cross Country started off the new school year in October with the Kappa Sigs winning the harrier event for the second successive year. Fiji's placed second, Compass and Chart third. In the Basketball tournament, the Frosh Flippers, a team composed of Frosh basketball men, swept all opposition aside for the title. The quintet was made up of Bob and jack Voelker, Paul Smith, Cal Jorgensen and Elmer Berg. Finish Club was second and Psi U third. Swimming saw a well balanced team from the Finish Club, centered around Bill Yake, John Feltis and Fred Hoeppner, outswim all their opponents for the aqua title. Newman Club second and Kappa Sigs third. I Soccer title went to the Sigma Chi booters after winning a hotly contested game with the Chi Psi's in which Bid Fitchett bounced the Lodgemen's goalie, with the ball in his arms, through H is-1' I TOPII Intramural Touch Football Champions, 1937, Delta Tau Delta Vinson, Wood, Bunker, Teller Ford, jones, Garret, Hudson, Ifoole . U Rynsburger, Hunter, Rockstrom, Ferrier, Dexrlein I MIDDLEII Intramural Golf Champions, 1937, Zeta Psi Jack Burns, Bill Thompson Intramural Horseshoes, 1937, S. A. E. Larry Parkhill, Willis Baker I BOTTOMII Intramural Baseball Champs, 1937, Finish Club l ' S l R k Fe tis, amp es, oc as I Spencer, Klint, Fuss fMissing-Elmer Logg, Kirkland, Faustj 24 2 the standards for the winning counter. Finish Club was third. Wrestling, the Hnal event of the Winter Quarter intramural program, saw many of the previous title holders remain number one man in his weight. The Dark Horses won the team championship, while the DU's finished second. WINTER QUARTER 1938 Picking up a barrel of points during Winter quater, Chi Psi went into the lead in the trophy race. The Chi Psi athletes passed up the Kappa Sigs, who were in lirst place at the end of Fall quarter. Fiji's and Sigma Chi's also moved up to push the Kappa Sigs back to fourth place. Final results for Winter Quarter sports Were: Foul Shooting, Theta Chi First, with a tie for second and third between Phi Delta Theta and the Finish Club, Softball was finally ended up with Tau Phi Delta in first place, Fijis in second and Sigma Chi third. Chi Psi ended up on top in Volleyball with Phi Delta Theta second and Lambda Chi Alpha third. Boxing resulted in a four-Way tie for First between DU, Zeta Psi, Delta Sigma Phi and the 22nd SCA No. 3. Chi Psi also walked off with Handball, with Fiji's second and the TKE's third. Badminton was Won by the Fiji's, with Chi Psi second and Acacia third. Another Chi Psi victory resulted in Ping Pong, with Pi Kappa Phi second and Phi Delta Theta third. Fencing honors Went to Chi Phi, with Sigma Chi second and Chi Psi third. I As the Tyee goes to press, early in Spring Quarter, the Chi Psi's are leading in the race for the Trophy with 885 pointsg Fiji's are second with 787K pointsi Sigma, ' , I Chi third with 6955 Kappa Sig fourth, eco, and DU with assay, points. Finish T Club, Compass and Chart, Phi Deltsf' . A Theta Chi and Beta Theta Pi trailkin - -1 . that order for the first ten places. lf TOP J Intramural Soccer Champions, 1938, Sigma C11 Short, Paxton II, Pitchford, Fitchett, McCrack Pearson, Watts, Connor, Moe, Pointeven Ablan, Ellsworth, Tyler, Lamping, Brackett I MIDDLEJ Intramural Foul Shooting, 1938, Theta Chi West, Fulwiler, Fogarty Peck, Crimp Intramural Volleyball, 1938, Chi Psi Knappenberger, Ryan, Ditewig Van Houten, Ctapo, York I BOTTOMJ Intramural Ping Pong, 1938, Chi Psi Knappenberger, Crapo, Ryan and Minor sports coaches and athletic managers are often overlooked in the shuffle of athletic prowess, but if it werenit for these few selected men working behind the scenes, outstanding athletes would be non-existent. The minor sports coaches devote their time mainly because they like the sport and like to work with men. And some men are just born managers-they like to be behind the scenes. To these men, this page is dedicated. JACK TORNEY . . . Swimming and Tennis coach . . . was a three year letterman in track at the University before being graduated in 1928 . . . went back to Columbia and secured a M. A. in physical education . . . has been teaching and coaching at his alma mater since 1930 . . . though swimming was supposed to be a recognized sport on the campus, Jack was the University's singleman swim squad in 1926 . . . is married and has 7 year-old twins, a boy and a girl . . . ambition is to make the Washington swimming team the nation's ranking outfit, . . also wants to get a Ph. D. in physical education . . . aspires to be the typical American father. AUGIE AUERNHEIMER . . . Fencing coach . . . the P. E. department's one man riot . . . was graduated from Normal College of the American Gymnastic Union, Indiana, 1926 . . . B. A. degree from Washington in 1931 . . . M. S. from Teachers College, Columbia University in '32 . . . a good gymnast and a cracking good baseball player and track man . . . has a little daughter . . . been teaching here for 10 years . . . wants to be considered an expert in physical education . . . says fencing is just a hobby. NORM K'UNDE . . . Boxing and Volleyball coach . . . was graduated from University with a B. A. degree . . . has an M. A. from N. Y. U. and is now shooting for a Ph. D. from there . . . been in P. E. department since 1928 . . . an expert boxer, was middleweight champion as an undergraduate . . . thinks boxing is one of the best conditioners . . . ambition is to raise the level of collegiate boxing . . . never lets any of his men get injured. LEN STEVENS . . . Wrestling coach . . . was just appointed Frosh baseball coach . . . commonlv known as "Cue-Ball" . . . a member of Oval Club and Fir Tree in his undergraduate days . . . was graduated with a B. S. in 1932 . . . has been connected with the department since then . . . claims he lost his hair bridging on wrestling mats CTOP ROWJ Football Managers Chandler, Hull, Zorn. B, Crick Nissen, J. Crick, Lundeen, Jones Jacob, Henderson, Aiken, Sholund Minor and Intramural Sports Managers Froberg, Weichbrodt, Duncan, Christensen Tuell, Martin, Partlow, Atkinson. Corbin, Hotson Shank, Knight, Wold, Lewis, Hutton, Vinikow CMIDDLE ROWJ Track Managers Waldo, Kinsman, Gorfkle, Courtney, Lochow Cardwell, Devlin, Barclay, Stratton, Buck CMissing-Senior Manager Bill Sander- Senior Frosh Manager Kit Steele-Junior Manager john Williamsl CBOTTOM ROW? Len Stevens, Spence Reeves, Augie Auernheimer, Norm Kunde, Jack Torney . . . intends to get a Doctor's degree in physical education.. .hopes to teach future P. E. teachers Len and Spence Reeves are the youngsters of the department. SPENCER REEVES - ..Frosh Swimming coach . . . doesn't like his iirst name, George . . . got his B. S. and M. S. at Oregon State College and University of Oregon . . . was a track man at O. S. C., also taught swimming there . . . is often taken for a student, but doesn't mind . . . coached Volleyball when Kunde was back East . . . has coached . Washington sports 2 out of his 3 years in P. E. department . . . he also has ideas of securing a Doctor's degree . . . charged with being the most wicked handball ace on the campus . . . a great heckler. 2 22 Bill Garlick, Munro Pineo, and Jimmie Crane get the technique in backyard practice. The head house before its head grew a top. ' afaljellllin Weeks and weeks ofpractice before the First Game . . . the first game and how we found that we needed weeks and weeks more of practice . . ."Mush, Pineo, Mush". . . those colored shirts in the rooting section . . . the girls who brought pompous, God blessem . . . the good time we used to have filling the first two rows in the menis sections-and, oh-boy, the time we moved the girls in . . . the numerous times that we got mixed up in our motions-were our faces red . . . keeping one eye open to dodge the pop bottles, half-eaten hot dogs, and peanut shells comi.ng our way . . . the swell card stunts at U. S. C. and California . . . that guy that always put up the wrong colored card and how we loved the guy with the bugle . . . Mack Koon, Ed Hillyer, various young alumni, and the Kit Kat Klub, also the game the next morning . . . the team, the rooters . . . and the whole rally staff ' --Munro Pineo. NEWEST GREETER OF FOOTBALL FANS The new head house is under the wing of W. P. A. workers . . . pennants of competing colleges will wave over the top . . . the grou K ' -I --ises administration offices-everything a student could ' 0 '- want, except hot dogs . . . the se -f - - i lx g provide housing quarters for the caretakers . . . the Public Address booth wit boards will fill the next-to-the-top Hoor . . . horns on the top Hoor will drown out th r - - - - . . to be completed during mid-summer. T i for i t rf-rfrfifffrefrr ' 5' 1 Q1 , , , K 6 ' h' twigs.. ,,f- W !,,5,,,-,'m, ii, f Spam BY GRACE ROBERTSON With the wind in her hair and a glow on her cheeks, the modern woman athlete presents a different picture than her sister twenty-live years previous did. Smooth supple muscles replace the bulging biceps of her much-laughed-at predecessor. Comfortable, stream-lined' trunks and shirts give her the freedom that the roomy blouses and bloomers never afforded the 1900 sportswoman. In short, the aim of today's physical education program is to create a clean mind in a healthybody by active participation in sports and enjoyment of the camaraderie of cooperation with one's fellow sisters. ' With this in mind, the women's athletic program is divided into three sections, allowing every woman on the campus to compete in activities. The divisions are: Intramurals, for girls in sororities and organized houses: Open Club tournaments for Phrateres, honorary and religious groups, and independent womeng and Individual tournaments in badminton, tennis, and ping pong. The Women's Sports Council is at the head of the program. Miss Dorothy MacLean is the intramural adviser and volleyball coachg Mrs. Leone Rulifson is at the head of basketball, and Miss Helen McLellan is in charge of swimming. The Garhart trophy is the Intramural loving cup and the Council trophy is the goal of the Open tourneys. Points are given to the teams competing and winning honors in the tournaments and it's a race to the Finish for all organizations with active teams. Aquatically speaking, the iirst honors of the year went to Austin Hall, who launched a swimming team that took First place in the Intramural meet with 24 points. Kappa Alpha Theta placed second with a 19.1 count. Jean Kolinski of Austin was individual star of the meet. , it 'ul m H . QM!- ,gr .Mi ,,. W' ' l V, 4, at . if ,-:ff we -fa - 3 g 3. Q v.. - f lid? t I .W ea In .mira Wm Y , M , , 51f""'Q. na.. jF'U7ftff."'sg 'L 7 ull. "tl F515 QL '1 kv? 9 i"5Lj'lIj:j v iii fl iqticl " ' J QQ ll -ff Q if 'itil' Ji 9 1 AML Us-gl rl- :i S 1 Fill 2.11 ,WL-t-,1v in .l ,,fi i'v.lVf-1',, nf-ii' A-JPCIZ, , L .Q f H ITOP ROWJ Cooperation, Advice, and Help Came From the Faculty -Miss Helen McLellan, swimmingg Miss Dorothy MacLean, intramural adviserg Mrs. Leone Rulifson, basketball. A National Sharpshooter- Sigrid Bergerson. The Hockey Squad Prirned for Battle-Doryanne Miller, Ariel Stout, Jeannette Shumm, Dolly Garrison, Virginia Garrison. IMIDDLE ROWJ They Map the Year's Sports Program-Dolly Garrison, Zoe Smith, Alice Jane Wanamaker, Dolly Gann, Margaret Ewart, Louise Ingalls, Ruth Ekdahl. Cleo Holt, Jessie Farr, Miss MacLean, Grace Robertson. Cream From the Athletic Crop, The "W" Club- Virginia Garrison, Gene Vradenburg, Peggy Wilson, Lois Hoskins, Ruth Bowers, Aurora Kipperberg, Essey Tucker, Eulal-i Howard, Margaret Wilson, Virginia Shipton, Louise Ingalls, Ruth Ekdahl. A New Way to Salt the Birdie--Badminton cham- pion, Doris Peter. IBOTTOM ROW1 The Garhart Trophy, Tribute to Outstanding Athletic Ability-Jane Burwell receives it for the Sigma Kappa house for 1937. They Took Independent Volleyball Laurels--Zoe Smith, Dolly Garrison, Jeannette Shumm, Helen Drazic, Dorothy Gonnan, Doryanne Miller, Phyllis Markham. The Major Room, a Social Mecca-Lois Hoskins, Barbara McCurdie, Dorothy La Gasa, Nancy Swan. Co-op's Diamond Aces- Celia Carter, Mary Turner, Alice Dyer, jean Dyer, June Hickey, Marguerite Wilkie, Jeannette Buchanan, Theo Hills, Thayer Hills. ITOP ROWQI Shooting Stars-Nancy Steele, Helen Lawrence, Mary Jane Blazer, Eulah Howard. They Took Volleyball Honors for Blaine-Gunrud Larson, Marian Lindbloorn, Barbara McMahon, Evelyn Livesley, Jessie Farr, Peggy Grout, Rene Staton, Virginia Reddie, Jane Allstrum, Dorothy Nelson, Millie Kloepper. With a Clash of Silver Steel-Dolly Garrison, J ane Brokaw. IMIDDLE ROW1 Before the Shooting Begins- Rhoda Hokenstad, Marie Romick, Virginia Sonne, Rae Bartley. After Winning the Independent Crown-Lois Hoskins, Virginia Haugen. The Tennis Champ Takes a Swing-Mary Ellen McNie1. She's a Fine Drawing Card For Any Golfing Green- Helen Tyrell. IBOTTOM ROWI Like a Bird She Skims Through the Air-Betty Meacham, independent diving champion. Palsie-Walsie After the Ping Pong Finals-Peggy Moran, runner-up, and Mary Gordon, winner. The Thetas Are Proud of This Trio-Gretchen Smith, Betty Jane Wiggins, Lois Johnson. Q 'hae ,lm mee-114 M 'A wzggeefi Q30 Jfifgfzg 5 50 K -i' -' X' ' Cf U' 'VI liar,-'YfJ" 2' ' VUVJW Amo racism? 3555 FUN? all V ll J V Qjjru u Wm it 'T Hockey was the next activity which was climaxed when the University women played the hockey team from the College of Puget Sound in a non-interscholastic match and won, 3-0. Volleyball then centered the stage and after many weeks of hard-fought play, Blaine Hall defeated Chi Omega to the tune of 49-32 to win the Intramural competition. Alpha Delta Pi cupped third place after their defeat by Blaine in the semi-finals. In the Open Tourney, the Why Netts ran away with the laurels by brilliant defeats over all other teams entered into play. While volleyball was see-sawing back and forth in the spotlight, the Independent ladder tournaments were of great interest to Independent girls. After the smoke of battle cleared away, Doris Peter emerged with the badminton championship and Mary Gordon took ping pong U honors. The All-University Horse Show was held and pronounced an outstanding success by the crowds who flocked to it. Rena Cox gave an excellent performance, while Betty Ellsworthy rated the beginners' cup. An extra large number of lasses appeared on the green for the All-University Women's Handicap Golf Tourney, where close play was Enally climaxed when Virginia Holtzinger took the title in the finals from Helen Tyrell, runner-up. The big Intramural and Open Basketball Tournament drew crowds every night through January and February with as fine a collection of teams competing as have ever been seen at one time in the gym. After scores of exciting, hard-fought tilts, the Intramural hoop crown iinally came to rest on the heads of the Blaine Hall team after their 17-15 victory over Sixteenth Avenue Co-op. Superior height as well as topnotch playing ability aided the dormitory team. Chi Omega placed third in thehoop wars, being defeated by the Co-op team in the semi-finals. Outstanding performances were given by forwards Mary Gordon, Chi Omegag Thayer Hills, Co-opg and Dorothy Nelson of Blaine. Guarding honors went to Isabelle Anderson of Blaine and Theo Hills from the Co-op team. A terrific struggle between Pufiins and Cardinals for the Open Championship resulted in Cardinals being on the long end of the score. Individual playing honors went to Aurora Kippenberg of Hoskins teamg also Dolly Helberg of Cardinals and Grace Bodley of F. F. F. Incidentally, Aurora swishes 34 points in one game. Another triumph was chalked up for the Orchesis Club when their annual Dance Drama was acclaimed more magnificent than ever before. Given in the penthouse manner, the epic included a folk drama suite and an interpretation of the Grand Coulee Dam construction. The other clubs, Taps, "W," and Swimming, spent a busy year. The Taps Club copped the limelight with their presentation of a hotel cabaret sceneg the Swimming Club again gave an outstanding water show and the "W" Club, guided by prexy Louise Ingalls, kept athletic standards at top peak. The Baseball Tournament had just started as Tyee went to press, but from the appearance of the nines entered in competition, a stiff battle will ensue before the iinal game decides the diamond supremacy for this year. In the 1937 playoffs, Sixteenth Avenue Co-op copped the championship by virtue of a heavy-hitting, aggressive team. The riiie team has sparkled in an excellent year for the sharpshooters. Traveling to Eugene to meet the University of Oregon, Captain Gene Vradenburg led her teammates to a decisive victory over the Webfoot squad. The Huskies' team was also bolstered greatly by the presence of Sigrid Bergerson, who broke national scoring records in 1937. While final standings of the Washington girls' swim team in the Intercollegiate Telegraphic Meet were not known when this went to press, the hopes of the natators are high as times turned in were outstanding. In the 100-yard free style the team of Irma Schoennauer, Merna Taber, Jean Kolinski and Betty Lea finished in .56, while the national records for the same race was .57.3. University of Montana was host to the meet this year. When Tyee went to press, the spring badminton and tennis matches were being played, but the winner had not been determined. Such is a brief insight on the huge program that the athletic women carry out each year as they fulfill their aims . . . poise . . .grace . . . health. 232 -.J , . 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Newbury goes from Physics to the Chemistry building with his glass blowing experiments . . . and still had time to astound visitors at the Engineers' Open House with birds, boats, and other glass-blown omaments. QCENTERJ From 9:30 p. m. to 6 a. m., the man who responds with "University of Washington" to Melrose 0630 is Dick Kelley. He finds your party . . . answers general information . . . gets the number . . . sleeps behind the switchboard and studies between calls. Pet peeve: cramming-for-tests students who call at 4 a. m. and ask for exam schedules. QBELOWJ From missionarying in Africa, Olive Meacham returned to Washington to take a special course in education. Sandwiching in a lecture about the people she visited, she is shown here in a native print, inspecting a film she used for illustration. Her courageous spirit is shared by Betty Meacham, her well-known niece. .FS Q? . 4444444 '..44.. mu . m 4444... 4 YS ? 5 -7 Q: . ...,v,...H.. , H444 H gigs" 44. ..4 .. an ' 4. iii' 4 i f 444 NH J mu J? 5 4' if Eg Qgglwfk 444- 1 'lQ4"4 4.4. Qmgaga ,QI N aamBaaad Sponsors Tolo Dance . . . furthers service, leadership, high scholarship in universities throughout the United States . . . members are third quarter Juniors, with high service records and scholarship .3 of a point above the all-University average . . . founded in 1925 . . . grew from local Tolo Club. OFFICERS President, Betty Davidson Vice-President, Alice Ogden Secretary, Elsie Buckman Treasurer, Margret Campbell Editor, Margery Robinson Keeper of the Loanrlfund, Edyth Freeman FACULTY ADVISERS May Dunn Ward, Mary E. Bixby, Mrs. C. F. Davidson. MEMBERS- Margaret Arneson, Elsie Buckman, Margaret Bushnell, Margret Campbell, Betty Davidson, Edyth Freeman, Harriet Holman, Eleanor Mankey, Betty Meacham, Alice Ogden, Helen Poe, Katharine Robbins, Margery Robinson, Adele Schunke, Marjorie Shields, Marylaird Small, Essey Tucker. Davidson, Ogden, Buckman, Campbell Robinson, Freeman, Arneson, Bushnell Holman, Mankey, Meacham, Poe Robbins, Schunke, Shields Small, Tucker l - L is L q - -A 239 Q T Chooses senior tycoons in all activities . . . includes men from sports, publications, social affairs, politics . . . draws campus leaders together . . . founded in Washington in 1907 . . prominent for twenty-one years. OFFICERS President, James Cain 'Vice-President, Charles Padelford Secretary, Horace McClure Treasurer, Lawrence Newlands FACULTY MEMBERS Stephen D. Brown, Byron Christian, Ray Eckmann, Carl Kilgore, Donald McKenzie, Clyde Robinson, Alvin Ulbrickson. MEMBERS James Angle, Michael Bird, Charles Day, Robert Egge, Byron Haines, Wilbur Hewson, John Hollenbeck, Bruce Humber, George Hunt, William Leahy, Elmer Logg, Edward Loverich, John McKeehan, James McMillin, John Marshall, Bob Moch, Murray Morgan, Roger Morris, Ed Nowogroski, Victor Palmason, Warren Philbrick, Joseph Rantz, Max Starcevich, William H. Thompson, Charles Wagner, Nat Washington. Angle, Bird, Brown, Cain, Eckmann Egge, Hewson, Hollenbeck, Humber, Hunt Leahy, Legg, Loverich, Marshall, McClure McKeehan, McMillin, Newlands, Nowogroski, Padelford Palmason, Philbrick, Rantz, Robinson, Starcevich Ulbrickson, Wagner, Washington. , f- " :ill '. Q- 5 X - 'G mg," F' s f Xvi f Lf Q . elf' nA' .33-St "1 Q Hy atemttut Helps with high school leaders' conference, faculty receptions, campus tours, Freshman Week . . . learned this year, through talks by Ray Eckmann, Dean Lauer and other University officials, how the school is run . . . members must be active Seniors with a 2.4 grade average. OFFICERS President, Jean Cowie Vice-President, Yvonne Pendergrast Secretary, Patricia Sharkey Treasurer, Ruth Mary Larson Historian, Frances Lew Faculty Advisor, Mary I. Bash MEMBERS Margaret Arneson, Elizabeth Bannister, Bette Campbell, Margret Campbell, Catherine Caraher, Jean Cowie, Betty Davidson, Ruth Ekdahl, Edyth Freeman, Helen Verne Hall, Kathryn Hammer, Ruth Mary Larson, Frances Lew, Harriet Holman, Marian Hood, Jean Hudson, Joyce Hulbush, Margaret Huntoon, Evelyn La .Motte, Betty Lytle, Eleanor Mankey, Ellen McComb, Betty Meacham, Alice Ogden, Yvonne Pendergrast, Helen Poe, Katharine Robbins, Margery Robinson, Roberta Schumann, Adele Schunke, Patricia Sharkey, Marjorie Shields, Marylaird Small, Joyce Smith, Betty Strehlau, Essey Tucker, Gertrude Wood, Charlotte Wright. . Arneson, Bannister, B. Campbell, M. Campbell, Cowie Davidson, Ekdahl, Freeman, Hall, Hammer Holman, Hood, Hudson, Hulbush, Huntoon La Matte, Larson, Lew, Lytle, Mankey McComb, Meacham, Ogden, Pendergrast, Poe Robbins, Robinson, Schumann, Schunke, Sharkey Shields, Small, Smith, Strehlau Tucker, Wood, Wright 1 Qzlfln ' ' i . l 5- ! Wg: .min 24 I 1'! . 'F fakgi 1' I. Service honorary . . . sifts out top activity men and shows them off at the Varsity Ball and Spring Sports Informal . . . brought Ballet Moose to the campus . . . backs Campus Crew Drives . . . advertisestthe University to high school seniors throughout the state . . . Campus Rotary Club for big shots. OFFICERS President, James Cain Vice-President, Hunt Paterson Secretary, Jack Gannon Treasurer, John Marshall FACULTY ADVISERS Leslie Ayer, George Bailey, Roland Balshaw, Dean Herbert Condon, William Cox, Ray Eckrnann, "Hee" Edmundson, Henry Foster, "Tubby" Graves, Edwin Hillyer, Carl Kilgore, Dean Edward Lauer, Charles May, Donald McKenzie, Dean Newhouse, Dean F. Padelford, James Phelan, George Pocock, Howard Preston, Dean Milnor Roberts, Clyde Robinson, Gilbert Schaller, President Sieg, Dean David Thomson, Al Ulbrickson, Walter Welke, Nelson Wahlstrom, Herbert Wunderlich. MEMBERS Gordon Adam, Gus Asplund, Everett Austin, Alan Bates, Robert Buck, James Cain, Melville Corbin, Kenneth Cox, James Crick, Warren Doolittle, John Douglas, Robert Egge, Carlton Ericksen, Gus Eriksen, Richard Everett, Jack Gannon, Jack Galbraith, Byron Haines, Marion Hay, John Hollenbeck, Hugh Hotson, Donald Hume, Mack Koon, Sydney Kossen, Bernard Lonctot, John Marshall, Victor Markov, Frank Mattes, Horace McClure, Keith McCoy, John McKeehan, Jess Miller, Art Morgan, Roger Morris, Lawrence Newlands, Ed Nowogroski, Victor Palmason, James Panton, Charles Padelford, Hunt Paterson, Warren Philbrick, John Phillips, Joseph Rantz, Clarence Reid, James Rice, John Rosenkranz, Earl Schenck, Delos Schoch, John Snyder, Crittenden Steele, Charles Wagner, Nat Washington, Frank Waskowitz, Ross Werner, John White, Richard Worthington, Stanley Youngs. Adam, Asplund, Austin, Buck. Cain, Corbin Cox, Crick, Doolittle, Douglas, Egge, Ericksen Eriksen, Everett, Galbraith, Gannon, Hay, Hollenbeck Hotson, Hume, Koon, Kossen, Lonctot, Markov Marshall, Mattes, McCoy, McClure, McKeehan, Miller Morgan, Morris, Newlands, Nowogroski, Palmason, Panton Padelford, Paterson, Philbrick, Phillips, Rantz Reid, Rice, Rosenkranz, Schenck, Schoch Snyder, Wagner, Washington, Waskowitz Werner, White, Youngs Y ,V ..,V.. A , w:9' ., , "Aug ,lfiiisji V Their watchword, "Service to Washington" . . . unclerclass activity and scholastic honorary A . . . exchange dates with Purple Shield . . . weekly meetings . . . frequent parties . . . fifteen prominent Freshman girls pledged at a tea dance each spring. quarter . . . 2.5 grade average necessary for membership. OFFICERS President, Rose Catherine Earley Vice-President, Doxie Witter Secretary, Marjorie Hood Treasurer, Paula Barton Historian, Margaret Trzcinski ADVISORY BOARD May Dunn Ward, Helen Gorham, Louise Fleming. MEMBERS Paula Barton, Eleanor Bird, Marjorie Bratlie, Priscilla Brown, Betty Buckmaster, Mary Lou Burns, Jean Carter, Barbara Curran, Rose Catherine Earley, Ingrid Flakstad, Nona Fumerton, Marjorie Garvin, Edith Herber, Marjorie Hood, Margaret Hopple, Phyllis Howard, Mary Jane Johnson, Jacqueline Kalushe, Betty Belle Morrison, Camille Ness, Dorothy Parks, Beverly Rolin, Jean Small, Nancy Taft, Margaret Trzcinski, Elizabeth Van Fleet, Patricia Weeks, Doxie Witter. 3.- r., Barton, Bird, Bratlie, Brown. Buckmaster Burns, Carter, Curran, Earley, Flakstad Fumerton, Garvin, Herber, Hood, Hopple Howard, Johnson, Kalushe, Morrison, Ness Parks, Rolin, Small, Taft Trzcinski, Van Fleet, Witter 242 4 Y' v 'ga' A, 1 ia: Mg , '. P' - H ill, V i All Frosh invited to try for membership . . . they work in yell, rally, and stunt activities fall quarter . . . sixteen best workers pledged . . . placed Washington's card stunts and rooting section among the best on the coast . . . boosters of Spring Song Fest . . . no, they don't sing- they only do the work. 9 OFFICERS President, Lewis Armstrong i Rally Chairman, Larry McIntosh X Yell King, Munro Pineo Stunt Duke, Richard Campbell l A 4, l1 , V- -. mm 1 A L ss, . E. M E M B ERS Lewis Armstrong, Noel Atkinson, Q X . I 'J' Francis Bergerson, Edward Black, Gerald Brand, Howard Burke, ' A Richard Campbell, Curtis Church, W me :' "" James Crane, Harris Emmons, John Evans, 'X William Garlick, Douglas Graves, 'U Kenneth Hargreaves, Owen Henry, Donald LaVelle, james Lewis, Harry McGuane, Ei Atkinson, Bergerson, Black, Brand, Burke, Church Crane, Emmons Evans Garlick Graves Hargreaves Henry Lawrence McIntosh, Robert Mason, La'Veue Lewis MCGMHE Maison john Mumma, Munro Pineo, Philips Reilly, Watson Robertson, Raymond Seefeldt, Joseph Scharf, Vernon Sorensen, Llew Springer, William Totten. PLEDGES Clinton Bloxom, Thomas Bostic, James Clark, Ellis Coder, John Coplen, Thomas Geist, Harlan Hall, John Hart, Henry Ketcham, Richard Lachman, Julius Mattson, Dio Richardson, Bert Rose, John Thomas, Milton Tillman, Robert Weston. Mumma, Scharf, Robertson, Seefeldt Springer, Totten Armstrong, McIntosh, Pineo, Campbell 55.17 " , f. A XSS? Sf-NSY: ! ' Q fe, 1 ,rms ,cgi ii S" rllrfiin giszrjff . Z k uma Shia Pledges upperclassmen with Fifteen or more credit hours of 3 . . . supports campus activities wholeheartedly . . . Finds time for social mixings . . . at Commencement and the Freshmen Parents' Reception, members play usher roles. OFFICERS President, Bayard Crutcher Vice-President, Floyd Vinson Secretary, John Steiner Treasurer, Wylie Hemphill FACULTY MEMBERS James E. Gould, Charles R. Strother. MEMBERS Arthur Bateman, Sam Bunker, Bruce Burton, William Carter, Maurice Cohen, Bayard Crutcher, Ewen Dingwall, -Tack Divine, George Esveldt, Harold Ferch, Clarence Freeberg, George Goerig, Robert Hansen, John Harral-1, Wylie Hemphill, Paul Houser, Herbert Isbin, Paul Jacobus, Carl Jacobsen, Bradley Jones, William Jones, John Keatts, Robert Knappenberger, William Ludwig, Merritt Martin, Julius Mattson, Robert Mills, Richard Mounsey, Donald Olson, Dewey Ostrom, Thomas Owen, John Pearce, Vernon Peterson, Robert Purdue, john Steiner, Howard Stewart, Ernest Stewell, Earl Schenck, Floyd Vinson, Walter Walkinshaw, Richard Warren, Robert Webber, Benjamin Westmoreland. Bateman, Bunker, Burton, Carter, Crutcher Dingwall, Divine, Esveldt, Fetch, Froberg Goerig, Hansen, Harrah, Hemphill, Hauser Isbin, Jacobsen, jacobus, Jones, B., Jones, W. Knappenberger, Keatts, Ludwig, Mills, Mounsey Olson, Owen, Pearce, Peterson, Purdue Steiner, Stewart, Schenck Vinson, Walkinshaw, Warren 244 24 ,Ji I I - fwfr a - ' and Blade A salute to these future army officers . . . each who graduates as aqmember of Scabbard and Blade military honorary has an office waiting . . . qualifying each will be a grade average of 3.5 . . . potential Phi Betes . . . founded on this campus in 1914, the group encourages good will and combines in fellowship military skill . . . spreads intelligent information of military requirements of U. S. A .... "Get that Military air" . . . "Straighten up and get the lead out of your feet." MEMBERS William Acomb, William Adams, Harold Alford, Wallace Atkinson, John Baisch, Kenneth Bell, Garfield Bensen, George Buck, James Cheetham, Lloyd Cone, Jerald Culhane, Thomas Davis, Norman Deiglmeier, Ellsworth Dimmitt, William Eidsmoe, John Garrett, Charles Garvin, Henry Guth, Robert Hage, Richard Hainsworth, Melvin Hall, Herschel Hardisty, Haydn Hilling, Robert Hilpert, James Hite, Hugh Hotson, Virgil Irwin, Tony Lloyd, Charles McCaughan, ' John MacDonald, Conrad Mannes, Fowler Martin, Wright Merrifield, Robert Miller, Wallace Millson, Albert Norris, Lawrence Parkhill, Clifford Parr, Dennis Pottratz, Fred Ritzen, Donald Scavotto, Harold Simmons, John Slater, Kenneth Stadum, joseph Voellmeck. Rupert Wagenhals, Robert Webber, James Wheeler, Keith Wickstrom, Elroy Wiehl, Milton Worley. A CADET OFFICERS Captain, Fowler Martin First Lieutenant, Haydn Hilling Second Lieutenant, Dennis Pottratz First Sergeant, Keith Wickstrom ASSOCIATE MEMBERS Colonel Edward Kimmel, Colonel P. H. Ottosen, Lt. Col. Andrew Gardner, Major D. E. Thebaud, Major Lee Gerow, Major George Ames, Captain Joseph Stiley, Commander Eric Barr, Major Harry Pierce, Major G. O. Daughtry. FACULTY MEMBERS William Cox, Richard Crain, Edgar Draper, Austin Eastman, David Hall, Charles Martin, Charles May, Alfred Miller, Fred Rhodes, John Richards, Gilbert Schaller, Albert Seeman, Macy Skinner, Frederick Smith, Loren Wetherby. Acomb, Adams, Alford, Atkinson, Baisch Bensen, Buck, Cheatham, Cone, Culhane Davis, Deiglmeier, Dimmitt, Garrett, Guth Hage, Hainsworth, Hall, Hilling, Hilpert Hite, Hotson, Irwin, Lloyd, McCaughan McDonald, Mannes, Martin, Merrifield, Miller Millson, Norris, Parr, Pottratz, Ritzen Scavotto, Simmons, Slater, Voellmeck, Wagenhals Webber, Wheeler, Wickstrom, Wiehl, Worley ifig andlfluni Select students of Naval Science . . . chosen by a vigorous physical examination for entrance to the Naval unit . . . advance the interest of Naval Science . . . promote two informals and one formal a year . . contribute smooth orchestra . . . possess expert rifle team. OFFICERS President, Charles Palmer Vice-President, Patrick Green Treasurer, William Kaye Secretary, Claude Carlson Senior Representative, Franz Hoskins junior Representative, John Kaye Sophomore Representative, Robert McNab SENIORS Frank Bampton, Robert Bever, George Bowdey, Edward Brighton, Claude Carlson, Jim Carpenter, Donald Deits, George Dubail, David Edwards, Robert Ferris, Karl Grahn, Patrick Green, Arnold Haire, Herbert Hanset. Jack Harshrnan, Franz Hoskins, Robert Keller, Raymond Kerr, Lincoln Letterman, George Lundstrom, Horace Morrison, David Norton, Charles Palmer, john Quackenbush, Harry Roller, Winston Schleef, Delton Walter, Harold Warner, William Watts, john Wheatley. JUNIORS Ralph Baldwin, John Balkema, Bruce Brackett, Joseph Carmichael, Charles Christensen, Ralph Clark, Ralph Coan, William Cochran, Robert DeGrace, Gordon Deits, Rush Drake, George Faurot, Frank Gangler, Jack Gilbert, Robert Granston, Willis Harman, Rupert Hawley, Ole Heggem, Harry Horrocks, Gordon Husby, Glen Jacobsen, Walter Kane, Jack Karlbert, john Kaye, William Kaye, Raymond Kerr, James Larnbrecht, Charles Lightfoot, Merritt Martin, Leonard Myhre, john Pedersen, Glen Rings, Robert Satterford, Cameron Smith, Eben Standish, Edwin Standish, Walter Walkinshaw, Henry Wallace, Frank White, Roy Yockey. SOPHOMORES Lohn Aldrich, Walter Avery, Burton Batchelor, obert Blood, john Brennan, Hugh Brown, Charles Bumell, Robert Calland, Robert Carlson, Douglas Chamberlin, Foster Chapin, John Conrad, John Curtis, William Dunlap, William Dunstan, Ira Dye, john Eicher, Bruce Evans, William Flick, Frank Guberlet, John Harris, Ivan Hartzell, Grover Heffner, Forrest Houston, Theodore Hughes, David jackson, john James, William King, Robert Laing, Jack Langeloh, William C. Larson, Floyd Loomis, Robert McNab, Robert Mason, Edgar Murnen, Herbert Nelson, Marshall Nicholson. Lincoln Nordby. Donald Olson. Thomas Owen, John Parrott, Douglas Payne, jack Pearce, Robert A. Pedersen, John N. Phillips, Frank Preston, Frank W. Purdv, James Randles, Walter Reinking, Dixon Rice, Earl Rice, Burgen Richards, Carl Scherrer, Carl Shipek, Robert Skone, Ralph Staehli, Lewis Stecher, 'Bruce Stevenson. Russell Storwick, Marvin Sylvester, Duane Whitcomb, Charles Wilkins. Robert T. Williams. Joseph Wittman, Andrew Wold. Lawrence Young. FRESHMEN , Gordon Anderson, Glendon Andrews, George Barker, Donald Beach, Wayne Brand. Donald Brazier, Frank Brooks, William Camobell, Charles Cartwright. Arnold Challman, William Chamberlain, Edward Clark, James Clark. Claude Clefton, John Collingwood, Paul Conolley, Russell Craig. George Dangel, Herbert Davies, Opie Dawson, David Deits. ,Tohru Doney, Cornelius Duhie, Robert Edwards, William Flateboe, Frank Fogde, Alvin Formo, Edward Fry, William Geisert, Theodore Gerhard, Robert Gideon, Harlan Hall, john Harrah, Harrison Hart. William T. Hawkins, ,Toseph Heywood, Horner Hill. Neal Jacobus. Harold Tohnston, Walter Jolly, John Jones, Henry Kuehn. Robert V. Lee, Richard Ludwig, Gordon Martin, Leonard Mason, Herndon Maury, Ray McCoy. Wells McCurdy, John McKenzie, James McKinnell, Thomas Melsuky. George Moore. Frederick Muir, Harley O'Neil, Harvey O'Neil, Richard Palmer, Samuel Peach. Leonard Pearson, Charles Petty, Harrv Pratt, Walter Quant, Ray Raffelson, Kirk Ransclell, David Reeves, Henry Restarick. William J. Rogers, Allan Russell, John Sheoherd, Howard Somers. Maurice Stacy, Harrv Stanley, Edward Titejen, Carl Venstrom. Harold Wenzler. Donald Westbo, Fred Whaley, Henry Wheeler, William Whitman, Robert Whitnev, julian Willcox, Edwin Willgress, Robert P. Williams, james Wilson, Frederick Winkels, Walter Wright. Carlson, Green, Hoskins. J. Kaye W. Kaye, McNab, Palmer 24 Xxx R. N- gs. 1.19 7 V,-.-X , 1 .,1,, 1 1 1 1 mn". 1 I A ,N 1 1 1 1 ' 1 Y 1 1 1 1 1 , 1-'E-,H x' 1 1 1 J., . 133.-L.-. 5.11-5 ,V 1 ' 1 ,1,f1., W ' 1 1 ..,,,A.1 ,:. . , V 1.1, 1. ,Wh , ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 -R324 ' QQ31qi,'-,Qs aspt ,-J, Eltaf'-595' Tmji-a7,:i'T' .. mit-fq', jf 77 A ',f,f 'fWlf. 'f -2599345 xrwig - vw! if -f UW:--fl. l ' r "Q, , V J5.l.l1v.F.,f? 1 sv.-:TT-f . .1 Q c K ue'5.4:11-:'- ' an Speed, vitality, strength stand out as characteristics of Big "W" sweater strutters . . . the activity men point with pride to their mascot-Mrs. O'Leary's cow from old Chicago . . . the group is organized to promote and encourage participation in athletics. President, Hunt Paterson Vice-President, Vic Markov Secretary-Treasurer, Frank Mattes MEMBERS Gordon Adam, Everett Austin, Charles Bechtol, Harry Bird, Firmo Breda, John Buckley, James Cain, Jack Carey, Ray Cook, Curtis Coons, Don Coy, Edward Cunningham, Patrick Dorsey, John Douglas, Mel Dranga, Joe Dubsky, Ariel Edmiston, Robert Egge, Walter Elliot, Carlton Ericksen, Gosta Eriksen, Jack Flagg, Jack Gannon, Byron Haines, Mertin Hatch, Marion Hay, Willie Hewson, Leo Howell, Bruce Humber, Donald Hume, Chester Johnson, Dick Johnson, James Johnston, Walter Kastner, Harry Lockhart, Dave Maginnis, Jim McGoldrick, Jim McMillin, Vic Markov, Carl Matronic, Frank Mattes, Art Means, Jess Miller, Merle Miller, Bob Moch, Dick Montgomery, Art Morgan, Roger Morris, Dick Moser, Bob Murray, Dewey Ostrom, Victor Palmason, James Panton, Hunt Paterson, Frank Peters, Albert Plummer, Alwin Pripp, John Pyfer, Joe Rantz, Leonard Rich, Roger Samples, Earl Schenck, Dutch Schoch, Jack Stallcop, Fred Stutfield, Norman Turay, Bill Trowbridge, Dick Voelker, Charles Wagner, Walter Walkinshaw, Fritz Waskowitz, Don Wentworth, Ross Werner, John White, Henry Wise, Richard Worthington, George Ziegenfuss. ff Adam, Austin, Bechtol, Breda, Cain, Carey Cook, Coy, Dorsey, Douglas, Elliott, Ericksen, C. Eriksen, G., Flagg, Gannon, Hatch, Hay, I-Iawell Hume, Johnson, C., Johnston, J., Kastner, Lockhart, Maginnis McGoldrick, McMillin, Markov, Matronic, Mattes, Means Miller, J., Miller, M., Montgomery, Morgan, Morris, Murray Palrnason, Panton, Paterson, Peters, Plummer, Pyfer Rantz, Rich, Samples, Schenck, Schoch, Stutfield Turay, Voellcer, Wagner, Walkinshaw, Waskowitz, Wentworth Werner, White, Wise, Ziegenfuss 24 24 9 M, ea, e- 1, : N., L v A. Ah., Mi kill E 'Ll fd ' - -, M- .,.i U' 51.1. 5.14, IP ,-itil. - ff Club must vote its acceptance before athletes' applications bring membership . . . the circle "W" on their sweaters means participation in wrestling, swimming, golf, fencing, cross- country, ice hockey, or riiiery. President, Lawrence Newlands Vice President, James Panton Secretary-Treasurer, Franz Hoskins MEMBERS Joseph Alexander, LeRoy Broneman, Frank Bubnick, Eugene Caddey, James Carpenter, Samuel Coleman, Edgar Courtwright, Ralph Driskel, Gus Eriksen, Karl Grahn, George Grant, William Haas, Harry Hendricksen, Robert Higman, Thomas Hill, Roy Holland, Franz Hoskins, Hugh Hotson, William Hubbach, Pat Johnson, Carl Jonson, Walter Kastner, Richard Klinge, Dan Lagozzino, Jack Langdon, William Longevin, David Maginnis, J. Clark McDonald, Sandy McLaren, Lamonte Minor J Lawrence Newlands, William Paddock, Walter Page, Victor Palmason, James Panton, George Personette, Donald Picht, James Randles, Clarence Reid, Harry Rempher, Lawrence Robinson, Frederick Rosmond, Robert Sharp, Harold Stack, Robert Stice, Chester Strong, Paul Vaschenki, - Victor Vaughn, Keith Wickstrom, William Wilcox, Robert Williams, Everett Wolford, John Woodward. QTOP ROWJ Newlands Newlands, Lagozzino, Personette, Reid, Eriksen Wickstrom, Hoskins, Williams, Carpenter CSECOND ROWB Wolford. McLaren, Kastner, Maginnis, Randles Klinge, Coleman, Strong, Grahn QTHIRD ROWJ Hendricksen, Caddey, Johnson. Haas. Grant Hotson, Broneman, Sharp, Langdon, McDonald Panton CBOTTOM ROWJ Rempher,'Vascl1enki, Rosmond, Stack, Hubbach Wilcox, Minor, Picht, Page, Hill G'Mfl,f.,4f7u. . 03411 , My Beat 68:43 Varsity Boat Club . . . founded in 1910 . . . puts all crew men in same boat . . . stroked by John White . . . coached by Ulbrickson . . . now beached in new shellhouse next to SAE house . . . purpose of club to keep up "esprit de corps" among crew men . . . eligibility based on four quarters of rowing. MEMBERS , Gordon Adams, Carl Adatto, Theodore Alderson, Charles Applegate, Harold Agven, William Bell, James Bennett, Henry Boni, Lyman Boyer, Gerald Brott, Hugh Caldwell, Donald Canfield, John Carey, Douglas Chamberlin, Frederick Colbert, john Cotton, Charles Day, Donald Deits, Werner Dieckmann, Ewen Dingwall, Howard Eggert, Arthur Ellsworth, john Evans, John Gallup, Howard Gepner, Leo Goodman, David Harrah, William Hartley, Paul Hauser, Owen Henry, Kenneth Hessemer, Neal Heston, Donald Hume, Robert johnson, James McMillin, james Mills, Roger Morris. Russel Nord, Edward Ohata, Warren Philbrick, Gordon Powers, Joe Rantz, Raymond Royal, Fred Salmela, Donald Scavotto, Arthur Schacht, Earl Schenck, Delos Schock, Thomas Scott, Cameron Smith, Paul Soules, Charles Spence, Robert Stauff. Ernest Stowell, Norman Turay, Ted Wassarcl, Robert Westcott, John White, Forbes Wilson, Bob Wohleb, John York. PLEDGES Robert Ash, Robert Ayer, Harry Bethel, Berkley Brandt, George Chica, Robert Copernoll, Charles Deucy, Donald Donlap, William Douglass, Duke Duppenthaler, James Eagleson, D. Ewing, Dean Field, Bob Fisher, Herman Garretson, George Graybeal, Robert Grunbock, john Hall, George Hansen, Theron Heckel, Theodore Hokenstad, Leo Howell, Morf Hutler, Robert Johnson, Donald Kirby, Stanley Laing, Arba Magill, Sam Meyers, Victor Michalson, Norman Milbank, Robert Murray, Robert Parson, Harry Skewis, James Smith, Brooks Stevens, Wallace Stevenson, Roy Stier, Ole Swenson, Donald Thompson, Ralph Williams, Bob Winden. Adams, Adatto, Applegate, Bell, Bennet Brott, Caldwell, Carey, Copernoll, Deits Deucy, Dingwall, Eggert, Ellsworth, Evans Gallup, Gepner, Harrah, Hartley, Hauser Henry, Hessemer, Heston, Hume, Johnson Kirby, Magill, McMillan, Murray, Nord Ohato, Powers, Rantz, Royal, Salmela Schenck, Scott, Spence, Turay, Wassard Westcott, White, Sohleb, Rosenkranz 250 fcilcedihaedlud Spiked Shoe Club. . . specialty, "Big W Men" . . . others by vote of club members . . . occupied in promoting sportsmanship and friendship among trackmen . . . furthers Washington's reputation on the cinders. OFFICERS President, Arthur Morgan Vice-President, Marion Hay Secretary-Treasurer, john Williams FACULTY AND HONORARY MEMBERS "Hee" Edmundson, Dr. David C. Hall, Vic Hurley, Prof. Gilbert S. Schaller, George M. Varnell. MEMBERS Bert Anshutz, Leon Bjorkland, Robert Buck, john Buckley, William Cardwell, Marvin Courtney, Edgar Courtwright, Charles Croasdill, Richard Everett, Jack Flagg, Ned Hall, Marion Hay, Bruce Humber, Robert Keating, Thomas Kinsman, Leonard Lewis, Robert Lochow, Dave Maginnis, Victor Markov, James McGo1drick, Sandy MacLaren, Jess Miller, Merle Miller, Richard Montgomery, Arthur Morgan, james Panton, Roger Samples, Crittenden Steele, Fred Stutiield, Willis Trowbridge, William Vandermay, Johnbwilliams. Anshutz, Buck, Cardwell, Croasdill Courtney, Everett, Flagg, Hall Hay, Kinsman, Lewis, Lochow Maginnis, Markov, McGoldrick, Miller Montgomery, Morgan, Panton, Steele Stutf-ield, Trowbridge, Williams The team: Grant, Minor, Paddock. Group Picture Front: Charles Cox, James Greenwood, James Lawless, Harry Winsor, Philip Blank, Robert Jamison, Stuart Van Slyke, James Almklor. Center: Tryon, Smith, Harvey, Bier, Ide, Applegate. Back: Harrison, Denton, Barco, Silverman, Butler, Auernheimer. aades du ' Nimble feet as well as quick wits . . . duelling favorite pastime . . . University champion decided every spring . . . negotiations under way to become a national honorary . . . pledges initiated into mysteries of "En Guarde" and "Touche" at formal pledging breakfast . . . proficiency with foils and rapier-keen interest in fencing requirements for membership. OFFICERS President, William Paddock Vice-President, Bruce Smith Executive Secretary, james Harvey Corresponding Secretary, Philip Bier, Jack Denton Treasurer, Donald Ide Coach, A. A. Auernheimer MEMBERS Theodore Applegate, Terrill Barco, Philip Bier, William Bunker, Willard Butler, Jack Denton, George Grant, Earl Harrison, James Harvey, Joseph Hearst, Donald Ide, Paul Johnson, Lamonte Minor, Richard Murphy, William Paddock, Robert Rodgers, Bruce Smith, Stanley Silverman, Thomas Tryon. Blaser, Thayer Hills, Theo Hills Hoskins, Smith Pl EO Ski trips, monthly meetings, banquets, and Firesides are on the busy calendar of the P. E. Club . . . members chosen from majors and minors in Physical Education Department . . . binds its members together more closely both socially and professionally . . . founded at University of Washington in 1921. OFFICERS ' President, Mary Jane Blaser Vice-President, Natalie Smith Secretary, Lois Hoskins Treasurer, Theo Hills Historian, Thayer Hills FACULTY MEMBER Dorothy MacLean GRADUATE MEMBERS ,Doris De1zer,,Nancy Harvey, Rebecca Hopkins, iEula Howard, Louise Ingalls, Kathryn Keys, Ariel Stout, Ruth Wahlborg, Margaret J. Wilson. SENIORS Rae Bartley, Dorothy Bell, Mary Jane Blaser, Emily Coates, Katharine Fox, Patricia Hagman, Dolly I-Ielberg, Thayer Hills, Theo Hills, Barbara Hixon, Ethel Ogawa, Lou Perry, Dorothy Shipton, Florence Steele. JUNIORS Sigrid Bergerson, Enid Galvin, Virginia Garrison, Lois Hoskins, Aurora Kipperberg, Helen Lee, Shirley Ricketts, Natalie Smith, Gene Vradenburg, Peggy Wilson. SOPHOMORES Earlene Brown, Mary Campbell, Helen Drazic, Clara Engel, Delores Garrison, Dorothy Gorman, Elsie Kalenius, Dorothy Peden, Jeannette Shumm, Zoe Smith. PLEDGES Margaret Aitken, Pauline Allmendinger, Zella Ballard, Mildred Barnhart, Harriet Becker, Grace Bodley, Jane Bovee, Alma Clark, Wayne Cochrane, Arline Conradt, SeReed Fernald, Esther Fieldstad, Jean Forester, Marjorie Goodman, Mary Louise Graham, Eleanore Hamlin, Betty Henderson, Audrey Hollingsworth, Geraldine Hopper, Mary Louise Itza, Genevieve Johnson, Dorothy MacMillan, Mary E. McNiel, Barbara Means, Doryanne Miller, Maxine Morford, Dorsey Reed, Marian Sechrist, Celeste Shannon. Virginia Stuart, Anne Thompson, Elaine Tubbs, Wilda Turner, Rosalea Wilcox. 2 ff- . A iv, PM fkyfj'-5 .' -'A-X' 1291 y-1 t-.JJ " 'fp-fr,-lJ,f.K X, 1: 11:55. 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K 1 . - , X XA' gvm H' , 'xXx-kia f j f X '1"-'-'J' ,l rr J., V Tw. .sm fx arg?- Delta Shana At monthly banquets prominent speakers discuss ever-growing importance of adver- tising . . . membership in Alpha Delta Sigma, men's advertising fraternity, is based upon an interest in advertising, high scholarship in advertising and marketing or achievement in those fields . . . national founding of fraternity was in 1913 at University of Missouri . . . Robert W. jones chapter at University of Washington in 1923. OFFICERS President, Ross A. Goodrich Secretary-Treasurer, Kenneth Penchos FACULTY MEMBERS Henry A. Burd, William E. Cox, Robert W. Jones, Vernon McKenzie, Charles J. Miller, Clyde Robinson. MEMBERS Richard Art, Jerry Crollard, Elsworth Dimmitt, Ross Goodrich, Max Holsinger, Karl Krogstad, James Rice, Kenneth Penchos. PLEDGES John Beall, Le Grand Chenoweth, Richard Doran, Chris Gilson, Eugene Keene, Julius Mattson, Glenn Putnam, Walter Reid. Art, Beall, Chenoweth, Crollard Doran, Gilson, Goodrich, Holsinger Keene, Krogstad, Mattson, Penchos Putnam, Reid, Rice 4 Allen, Anger, Boppell, Campbell Dawson, Fredrickson, Hudson, Manley MacLeod, Strandberg, Strehlau Chi Activities included "round-up" mixer, banquets, meetings with prominent advertising women, co-sponsoring University Ad Club . . . this yeai-'s innovation was the style show for the Seattle Advertising Association . . . national advertising professional for women . . .purpose to honor those showing proficiency and interest . . . gives practical training with help of leading women . . . founded at University of Missouri in 1920. OFFICERS President, Sally Dawson Vice-President, Willamay Strandberg Secretary-Treasurer, Bette Campbell HONORARY MEMBERS Miss Ella Howard, Mrs. Harry Pearson, Miss Lois Delano. MEMBERS Bette Campbell, Sally Dawson, Willamay Strandberg, Betty Strehlau. PLEDGES Suzanne Allen, Mary Jane Anger, jean Boppell, Audrey Fredrickson, Jean Hudson, Betty Lou Manley, jean MacLeod. :Simi 1 Q Bensen, Bratney, Burnside, Hansen MacLeod, Pottratz, Vinson, Wall Watson, Whitehouse Epha Kappa Psi B. A. students toured the immigration station and various industrial establishments through courtesy of Alpha Kappa Psi, national commercial professional . . . members hear business overlords at bi-weekly dinner meetings . . . for brainy upperclassmen in economics and business . . . national founded at New York University in 1904 . Rho chartered in 1919. OFFICERS President, Kenneth MacLeod Vice-President, Paul Jacobus Secretary, O. Floyd Vinson Treasurer, Edmund Carlson FACULTY MEM BERS Dean S. J. Coon, ,William E. Cox, Carl S, Dakan, C. J. Miller, Vernon Mund, M. M. Skinner, H. E. Smith, Alvin Ulbrickson. GRADUATE STUDENTS Frank J. Eberharter, Robert Much. MEMBERS Oswald Aaberg, Garfield Bensen, Walt Bratney, Robert Burnside, Edmund Carlson, John E, Hansen, Richard Jackson, Paul Jacobus, Kenneth MacLeod, Dennis H. Pottratz, Robert Spencer, O. Floyd Vinson, George Wall, J. Walter Watson, Bruce Whitehouse. x 1 Ford, Draper. Baker eta Psi Proving a real aid to its members, Beta Alpha Psi, national accounting professional, holds two banquets a year-fall initiation banquet and spring banquet, to which each member invites a business man . . . weekly meetings are also held . . . national founded at University of Illinois in 1916 to foster ideals of service, maintain high moral and scholastic standards, and to advance science of accountancy . . . members chosen on basis of character, scholarship and ability to pass five-hour examination in accounting problems and theory, economics and business law . . . local chapter founded in 1921. OFFICERS President, Paul Ford Vice-President, O. E. Draper Secretary-Treasurer, Gilbert Baker Jr. FACULTY MEMBERS G. I. Butterbaugh, H. T. Condon, Dean S. J. Coon, William Cox, Carl Dakan, O. E. Draper, Paul Ford, J. V. Fordon, H. E. Gregory, Frank Hamack, A. N. Lorig, D. H. Mackenzie, J. M. McConahey. Harry J. McIntyre, Julius Roller. MEMBERS Stanley Bacior. Gilbert Baker, Kenneth Clegg, Phillip Crossman, Jack Derrig, Warren Doolittle, Leon Franco, Charles Harris, Ralph Lundquist, Marcel Maynard, Howard Mendenhall, Ralph Peterson. Goldie Riley, Fred Salrnela, Burton Sand. DeWahl Sandberg, Hubert Sandoz. Carl Schoenfeld. Lauren Walker. 2- riff' N: 1.-n, P' loaf- an tt-Steiff - iiifiilifga. A H 'll' 1 af- .Q fi' r:'i':a!- lljglf' ' 5 -, F3 fi. -I M- 'ii'!'fLl"'ll'i-'L - +-1 9 s ufwazn, I' A-I tba... JL: . if , I '7 :ln Davidson, Derrig, Dowd, Eldridge Feinberg, Ford, Harrah, Mankey Freeman, Mendenhall, Nordcen, Oakland Strandberg, Wagner eta Sigma Annual spring banquet in May commemorates founding of Alpha Chapter of Beta Gamma Sigma twenty years ago . . . requirements for membership: high scholarship, good character and promise of business ability . . . a national business administration scholastic honorary . . . for students registered in College of Economics and Business only . . . upper 10M of senior class and upper ZW of junior class eligible in spring quarter . . . minimum grade average necessary is 3.2. OFFICERS President, Laurence Dowd Vice-President, Howard Oakland Secretary, Willamay Strandberg Treasurer, Herman Feinberg FACULTY ADVISER Dr. H. H. Preston. FACULTY MEMBERS Henry A. Burd, G. I. Butterbaugh, Dean S. J. Coon, W. E. Cox, H. E. Gregory, Vernon A. Mund, H. H. Peterson. MEMBERS Glen Bowersox, Stella Brooks, Betty Davidson, Edward De Felice, Jack Derrig, Laurence Dowd, Douglas Eldridge, Herman Feinberg, 'Paul Ford, David Harrah, Raphael Kuvshinoff, Eleanor Mankey. Howard Mendenl1all,'Wi1liam Nordeen, Howard Oakland, Willamay Strandberg, Louis Wagner. PLEDGES Charles Biscoe, Donald Helberg, Mary Alice Jameson, Thurston Miller, Hurbert Sandoz. 2 257 I If 'fairer-' 1 g?blmf6.!Q-:,g?Q 1 , .eff S' ,gi ,N 1 any .3 l' A .SS i Dowd, Freeman, Ford, Harrah ,J L-g. Hoem, Knappenberger, MacLeod, Mattes Strandberg, Wilson V " IV B A ' Students truck on down to the B. A. Mixers . . . annual banquet and loan fund also keep the council busy . . . established to promote cooperation between students and faculty . . . members include one member from each B. A. honorary, a member of the loan fund committee, and the director of mentor system. OFFICERS President, David Harrah Vice-President, Willamay Strandberg Secretary, Edyth Freeman Treasurer, Bob Knappenberger FACULTY MEMBERS Donald McKenzie, Stephen Brown. MEMBERS Laurence Dowd, Paul Ford, Edyth Freeman, David Harrah, Evelyn Hoem, Bob Knappenberger, Frank Mattes, Kenneth MacLeod, Willamay Strandberg, Grant Wilson, F. Boyd, K. Boyd, Cumbo, Gosse Hardy, Hoem, jones, Lawrence Peterson, Saito, Shafer Stevens, Turnure 0 o W6lli8li'S A meeting every Tuesday noon at the Commons, with faculty members and professional persons alternating as guest speakers . . . bridge parties, theater parties, and candy sales are other activities of this club to which any B. A. student is eligible . . . founded in 1927 at the University of Washington to promote professional and vocational work in the fields of the college and friendliness among women B. A. students. OFFICERS President, Evelyn Hoem Vice-President, June Peterson Secretary, Patricia Jones Treasurer, Thelma Saito ADVISER Miss Jennie Borgeson. MEMBERS . Florence Boyd, Kathleen Boyd, Anne Christie, Marion Cumbo, Isabelle Gosse, Audrey Hardy, Helen Laurence, Maxine McGrath, Harriet Shafer, Esther Sloane, Ynez Stevens, Donna Thompson, Doris Thompson, Doris Tumure, Ruth Wyman. Wednesday luncheons with an outstanding speaker in the field of foreign trade . . . a fall and a spring banquet . . . the sponsoring of an assembly . . . promotion of higher ideals of business ethics . . .furthering of the interests of foreign trade . . . Pan Xenia members are juniors and seniors of high scholarship majoring in foreign trade . . . founded on University of Washington campus in 1919. OFFICERS President, Laurenee Dowd Vice-President, Edwin Smith Secretary-Treasurer, Kenneth Bell Historian, Duncan Campbell FACULTY ADVISER Dr. M. M. Skinner. FACULTY MEMBERS H. H. Gowen, J. K. Hall, H. H. Martin, A. L. Seamons. ASSOCIATE MEMBERS Col. W. C. Bickford, P. M. Crawford. MEMBERS Willis Baker, Kenneth Bell, Richard Bogardus, Gordon Branner, Lloyd Brauer, James Cain, Duncan Campbell, Ralph Clough, William Hartley, Charles Hazelton, William Henderson, Martin Hirabayashi, Robert Johnson, Russell McClure, Shigeru Morita, Thomas Murfin, Andres Pascua, Noboro Saito, Maurice Santi, Charles Sheldon, Edwin Smith, George Stratman, Paul Stumpf, George Tani, Dale Thompson, Kazuo Tsukuno. Baker, Bell, Bogardus, Branner Campbell, Clough, Corbin, Dowd Finke, Goon, Hartley, Henderson Hirabayashi, Johnson, Morita, Murfin Pascua, Saito, Santi, Sheldon Smith, Stratman, Stumpf lx 5 Tsukuno, Thompson 9 ff ' Evil, 'V-on " -'.:,,-' , -' ,.. ', 'ft' u . 259 Alton. Arnold, Hindin, Schneider ata Shana Pi A Christmas party, a February banquet, and a June picnic combined with open meetings with speakers and a house party constitute a full year for Iota Sigma Pi members . . . Received national recognition in Washington, D. C., last fall after twenty-nve years of existence on the Washington campus . . Requirements: forty hours of chemistry and a 3. average. OFFICERS President, Zelda Hindin Vice-President, Constance Alton Secretary, Helen Schneider Treasurer, Edith Arnold FACULTY ADVISER E. Sanderson Radford FACULTY MEMBERS Grace Denny, Martha Dresslar, Julia Goodsell, Rachel Hoifstadt, E. Sanderson Radford, Eflie Raitt, Jennie Rowntree, Olive Swain. MEMBERS Constance Alton, Edith Arnold, Zelda Hindin, Helen Schneider, Mary Simeon, Elizabeth Troescher, Marjorie Westfall. PLEDGES Ellen Johansen, Edna Robinson, Lois Smith. Anderson, Coffman, Hagman, Hochfeld Holcomb, Lamping, McGeough, Olafson Pelch, Sheffield, Small, Waldron i 1 Nada Teas and theatre parties included in year's program . . . has 50 chapters . . . approximately 10,000 members . . . national educational honorary for women . . . outstanding speakers at monthly meetings . . . requirements: junior status, enrollment in 'University at time of initiation, and desire to enter the teaching profession . . . promotes spirit of fellowship, encourages graduate and research work in education plus fostering high scholarship and professional spirit among its numbers. OFFICERS- President, Margaret Sheliield Secretary, Marian Holcomb Treasurer, Eileen McGeough FACULTY MEMBERS Dr. Mary Haller, Miss Mary Bash, Mrs. Elizabeth Helminge Smith. Miss Margaret Peterson, Mrs, Louise Mahone, Miss Lois Brown. MEMBERS Charlotte Anderson, Isabel Boone, Helen Coffman, Patricia Hagman, Claire Hochfeld, Marian Holcomb, Gertrude Lamping, Mrs. Cora Makee, Eileen McGeough, Sigrun Olafson, Vera Pelch, Margaret Sheflield, Virginia Shipek, Marylaird Small, Helen Waldron. f ,lsllllllllllx le Fig K. flmlibf Fwfvwr lr' ag., xpenvgyfgnlr I -Q-ffm +1 1 .-2. ,nfl .,,'f.:.if'g f ' it 1 Q, I . T., M- I K - . V 7.15, ,-IT V. ' ' ' gh! ,,,' , 4' - "' 1 ,i I3 ,i-P g. in .,.L,. ,....i, I., Finn., it f 1- I 3 li - 9 IV' v 1 ' 'lil " 1" 'U' 411 n' 4.1-x fi K1 Ll .I, ,Im 5 L .1 I. .- X ,Lg ,J .5 r,l'.5,N,.,'I'-. ml:I..,.,.-.kr . 1 , ' f, -Fry" Q, 'ZF-'2"'l-, ' .""'.'--H2.,..l ' :nu v. 3' 5' ., I i 4 J Lllkafu Ll.. yi! 15?-5',.vkk.h fi-.ul-pei 7'-11 A-Imam ,rltme-jTf,s-.A Ht. ggi, ..'!.gL,u : - " .- ' g J 1 lpl. fifflldr ' Fr.nL.:.:.i,-rex,-if-rl. mfnlvf '1-H Q - ,gi V- .ef 'fl 1' ' mf. 1-'V 'mt aw- ea-J lr-. ," :1,. ' 'YJ l 7 'Ill WHL- ,Q i .iii ie 'iv,iT,,i '1,fj'!. 5.2 limi? i -,. - - E I ,V , ,J 3, ' ,g.:i.,.,.',,i H., 3,11 '4 ry..-' :wg-l ,ggi,f:,,Lg-,..4.qlL,, .,:,-1L ,r 4, X .mf ,J un-, .4 E -.U I-nu. :L-,.i,,.,,,.,,,L 114. i 7' Navi l.I.E.Il. Bi-monthly meetings with student and outside speakers discussing new electrical developments, and reviewing current technical magazine articles . . . awarding of prizes for Branch papers . . . local chapter founded in 1924 . . . establishes contact between students and professional men . , . develops members in their profession . . . advances theory and practice of electrical engineering . . . eligible for membership-students in electrical engineering courses at the University. OFFICERS Chairman, Stanley Oliver Vice-Chairman, Dale Sheckels Secretary-Treasurer, Byron Havens Faculty Adviser, R. E. Lindblom FACULTY ADVISERS L. B. Cochran, A. V. Eastman, G. L. Hoard, R. E. Lindblom, E. A. Loew, C. E. Magnusson, G. R. Shuck, G. S. Smith, C. M. Wolfe. MEMBERS , Joel R. Anderson, Lave D. Bresolin, Charles H. Burson, Norman E. Carlberg, Jules Cohen, Jesse T. Conn, Merrill R. Conner, Byron Evans, G. Wesley Faurot, Richard A. Forde, Philip E. Gannon, Wray B. Garn, Ray M. Gilbert, Chester W. Goodrich, Maurice V. Gowdey, Elmer A. Grankull, Richard W. Griffiths, Carsten C. Hahn, Bill Harisberger, Willis W. Harman, William T. Harrold, Elmer H. Haug, Byron L. Havens, Andrew B. Jacobsen, George E. James, Thomas W. Jeffs, Renne S. Julian, E. Ray Kennedy, Peter Krook, James L. Lambrecht, Richard L. Linkletter, H. Eugene Mitchell, Herbert J. Munson, Thomas H. Murphy, Fred B. Nather, George K. Nojiri, Stanley W. Oliver, G. Dean Osterud, John W. Pruett, Stanley L. Pugel, Neil T. Sandstedt, Richard S. Seymour, G. Dale Sheckels, Edward E. Shelton, James H. Skog, L. Vernon Steinke, Henry Straub, Frederic L. Strum, Carroll W. Swain, Arne O. Torget, Frederic M. Treffmger, Carleton L. Waugh, Bert W. Weber, Jack A. Wright. CTOP ROWJ Havens Harold, Jacobsen Lamhrecht, Conn, Torget, Strum, Faurot CSECOND ROWJ Goodrich, Nather, Sandstedt, Kennedy Bresolin, Forde, Nojiri, Krook, Pruett Lindblom QTHIRD ROWJ Oliver Grankull, Evans, julian, Harman Cohen, Anderson, Gowdey, Waugh, Garn CBOTTOM ROWJ Pugel, Anstett, Gannon. Conner Pierce, Linkletter, Griffiths, Haug, Steinke, Straub Sheckels 2 3-Y' Bell, Benjamin, Cohen, Colwell, Crooks Dahl, Delany, Faurot, Foster, Gowdey Hage, Murray, Philbrick, Wilcox Arranging, financing and managing the annual Engineers' Informal, Mixer and banquet, the biennial Engineers' Open House, and the maintenance of the Engineers' Loan Fund are the extra-curriculum activities for members of Engineering Council . . . national honorary founded at University of Washington in 1920 . . . to promote educational welfare of students in Colleges of Forestry, Mines, and Engineering, to foster growth of Washington spirit, to aid social and cultural life of students . . . juniors and seniors elected to membership by respective groups for two-year terms. OFFICERS President, Jules Cohen Vice-President, Warren Philbrick Secretary, Robert Hage Treasurer, Dwight Gowdey FACULTY ADVISERS Prof. E. R. Wilcox, Prof. B. T. McMinn, Dean E. A. Loew. . MEMBERS Aeronautical Engineering-Noel Delany, Robert Hage. Civil Engineering--Jack Benjamin, Dwight Gowdey, Chemical Engineering-Stanley Dahl, Edward Murray. Electrical Engineering-Jules Cohen, Wesley Faurot. Forestry-Robert Colwell, Earle Wilcox. Mechanical Engineering-Robert Foster, Warren Philbrick. Mines-John Bell, james Crooks. Sophomore-Norman Dahl. Bowen, Burrus, Coffman, Conner, Johnstone Lamping, Mackie, Nelson, B. Rankin J, Rankin, Sylliaasen u PM ienn A Founder's Day Banquet, several teas to honor freshmen and sophomore music majors, and faculty, alumnae and mothers occupy the time of the members of Mu Phi Epsilon, national music honorary for women . . . members are chosen from upper quarter Junior, Senior, and Graduate students on basis of musicianship, scholarship, character, and leadership . . . offers two scholarships: one of S75 and one S50 . . . Tau Chapter established on this campus in 1915 for service, recognition, and advancement of American women musicians. OFFICERS President, Mary Johnstone Vice-President, Gertrude Lamping Recording Secretary, Anah Grace Nelson Treasurer, Jane Sylliaasen Corresponding Secretary, Jean Rankin Historian, Ruth Stewart Warden, Loretta Perry Marts Charister, Doris Helwig Chaplain, Kathryne Kantner ADVISERS Helen Hall, Louise Van Ogle. FACULTY MEMBERS Irene Bostwick, Frances Dickey, Helen Hall, Kathleen Munro, Louise Oliver, Miriam Terry, . Louise Van Ogle, Florence Bergh Wilson, Edith Woodcock. MEMBERS ' Margaret Jane Burrus, Helen Coffman, Ruth Clark, Louise Conner, Martha Dingle, Beth Fitton, Doris Helwig, Mary Johnstone. Kathryne Kantner. Gertrude Lamping, Loretta Perry Marts, Anah Grace Wilson, jean Rankin, ' Ruth Stewart, jane Sylliaasen. PLEDGES Phyllis Bowen, Lorraine Donaghue, Margaret Moss Hemion, Jeanette MacKie, Amy North, Barbara Rankin, Eleanor White. Yl ge 41, 51 eff'- tj, . re 2, R f Altose, Brandt, Bartlett, Betts, Buhler Firnstahl, Howarth, Kluck, Montgomery Patton, Stotler, Sylliaasen hi fha Awarding books to outstanding Senior and Freshmen drama students and providing annual Christmas baskets are among the projects . . . national Fine arts honorary for women . . . founded at Hollin's College, Virginia, in 1898 . . . membership limited to outstanding students in drama, music, or art and a 3. average in the major study . . . aids in advancement of allied arts. OFFICERS President, Rosanne Coyle Vice-President, Mary Katherine Rohrer Secretary, Mary Margaret Buhler Treasurer, Ruth Stotler ADVISER Glenn Hughes FACULTY MEMBER Wilbur Sparrow MEMBERS Rose Altose, Patricia Bartlett, Eileen Brandt, Mary Margaret Buhler, Rosanne Coyle, Mona Firnstahl, Betty Jean Gordon, Winifred Howarth, Jeraldine Kluck, Joan Montgomery, Dorothy Ann Patton, Mary Katherine Rohrer, Ruth Stotler, Jane Sylliaasen, Florence Tustin. PLEDGE Catherine Betts. 1 F ,l XB If M ,v-, Buckmaster, Eberhart, Hall, Hofmann, Holcomb Hull, Moodie, Schumann, Strodhoff Trantum, Van Fleet, Wright eta Phi A group of aspiring young actresses founded the national in 1893 . . . welds the speech and drama departments together in honoring their members . . . must be backed by at least three professors . . . members have the privilege of ushering at the Studio, Penthouse, and Showboat . . . ten of the fourteen drama majors have been in theater productions this year . . . speech majors have their worries with the "traveling clinic." OFFICERS President, Isabel Trantum Vice-President, Laura McClure Secretary-Treasurer, Elizabeth Van Fleet FACULTY MEMBERS Bonnie May Burnett, Naomi Hill, Mary Bixby, Jacqueline Burd, Florence James. HONORARY MEMBER Sophie Weinstein. ASSOCIATE MEMBERS Luella Orr, Frances Jordan Rahskopf, Muriel Kelly Windesheim. MEMBERS Muriel Beck, Betty Buckmaster, Charlotte Fitton, Laura McClure, Jean Rosen, Patrice Scott, Barbara Strodhoff, Isabel Trantum, Elizabeth Van Fleet. PLEDGES Virginia Booker, Lillian Eberhart, Jayne Hall, Hcrmie Herron, Elsbeth Hofmann, Claire Holcomb, Adele Hull, Margaret Kowalski, Marjorie MacGregor, Donnabelle Moodie, Roberta Schumann, Patricia Smith, Gladys Wellhauser, Mary Louise Wright. 262 msww To participate in the lively doings of Foresters . . to dress up on the annual Foresters' Garb Day . . . to be polished gentlemen at their Fall Informal . . . to be another Paul Bunyan at the Loggers' Hop-all available for Forestry majors and others interested also with winter come the Forester exchanges with Harborview nurses and Home Ec Club . . . Foresters indulge in intramural sports, hold meetings with guest speakers every two weeks . . . inaugurated on this campus in 1908, it furthers interest in forestry and conservation plus good fellowship among its members and other students. OFFICERS President, Van B. Demick, Jr. Vice-President, W. D. Hagenstein Secretary-Treasurer, Donald H. Robinson EXECUTIVE COUNCIL: Senior Representative, Charles Neth junior Representative, Fritiof Ekholm Sophomore Representative, Robert Demick Freshman Representative, John Cherednik ENGINEERING COUNCIL: Senior Representative, Earle Wilcox junior Representative, Robert Colwell FACULTY MEMBERS J. L. Alexander, O. H. Schrader, F. F. Wangaard, Dean Hugo Winkenwerder, E. V. Zumwalt. MEMBERS Carl Adams, William Allyn, Bruce Anderson, Edward Anderson, H. S. Anderson, Jerome Anderson, Walter Andreasson, Frank Ansley, Haruso Ashida, Robert Bailey, Al Banford, Charles H. Barlow, Thomas Barnes, H. T. Batchelor, Richard Beck, William Bennett, Lamar Bentley, James Berry, Paul Birks, Steward Blanchard, Albert Boley, B. A. Brandes, George Bratsberg, Ralph Brinck, John E. Brown, Clifford Bryden, Robert Bulchis, Robert Bunn, John Burnett, Charles Callin, Virgil Carrell, William Cassell, William Cate, Donald Cheadle, John Cherednik, Carl Christensen, Kenneth Chriswell, James W. Church, Robert Colwell, Elroy Conn, Robert Connolly, L. Curtis Coonrod, Kirk Cooper, Jack Coskey, Clive Countryman, Clark Cross, Robert Cuykendall, Ragnar Dahl, Fletcher Daniels, Robert Davenport, William Davies, R. Davis, Wilma Delos, Harold Deery, Robert Demick, Van B. Demick, Ray Des Camp, Malcohm Dick, D, W. Donaldson, Bernard Douglass, Warren Drake, Robert Dramer, Carroll Dubuar, Charles Duecy, Ray Dunham, Dallas Dupenthaler, . Fred Dupuis, Gordon Edris, F. M. Eggersgluess, Ekholm, Everett Ellis, R. Failor, Arthur Ficken, R. T. Files, Ronald Fishback, Robert Flynn, Robert Gehrman, Daniel Gellermann, R. I. Geri, Guy Gifford, Gene Glaser, Richard Goeghagan, Scott Gonsecki, Richard Goodall, Allen Goulter, Richard Grant. Howard Graves, Dave Greeley, G. Green, William Greene, G. Grey, Edward Gross, Spencer Gross, Frank Grunow, Charles Hadd, Aubrey Haines Carl Hall, Ted Halladay, Verne Hallin, W. D. Hagenstein, Keith Hancock, Robert Hardy, C. N. Harris, Francis Harrison, R. L. Harvey, George Haskett, William Hatch, William Hay, Jack Heintzelman, 1 f , 15 if Cherednik, Colwell, R. Demick, V. B. Dernick Ekholm, Hagenstein, Neth Robinson, Wilcox Martin Hendrickson, Wilbur Hendrickson, Norval Hildman, Reinold Hoem, Norman Holmes, Frank Hood, D. R. Hopkins, G. G. Hopkins, Ray Hornheck, Roy Home, J. N. Howard, Lloyd Hume, Carl Hupman, William Hutton, Abe Jacobs, Robert Johnson, Robert E. Johnson, Robert S. Johnson, Cecil Jones, R. O. Jordon, V. J. Joyer, Emil Keck, Charles Keeler, Kenneth Keeling, Jack Kerle, Willis King, R. E. Kleiner, John Klinkham, Robert Koehler, Arthur Koskey, L. F. Krause, Howard Kripner, Edwin Kroll, Henry Kuch, Robert Kuhn, Oscar Kuntz, Elmer Lahti, Gilbert Lahti, Hubert Lamereaux, Donald Larson, William Larson, Robert Latimore, R. F. Laudwein, Mortimer Lauridsen, Bud Leahy, Paul Lein, Evan Lenont, R. M. Leslie, Paul Liniger, Jim Lowrie, Burt Ludford, James Lundgren, Lincoln MacPherson, Richard MacPherson, John Madding, William Magellsen, Ed Malloy, Gordon Martin, Linden Martin, Manfred Martin, Ward McBride, Willard McClincy, Leo McCloskey, Harry McCormick, Andrew McCullough, William McIntyre, Edward McLachlin, Harold Medvedeff, John Melrose, David Merrill, Max Meyring, George Morse, Sam Morse, Arthur Mottet, John Mottishaw, G. W. Murray, , D. G. Navarre, Alfred Neale, Charles Neth, Ray H. Newman, W. Nishitana, D. Noonan, Lewis Norman, Alfred Opdahl, Cliff Parr, Lawrence Pattison, Dave Payne, Charles Peters, George Peters, Harry Peterson, W. Peterson, . Walter Peterson, Maison Philip, William Pierce, David Plumb, Maurice Poirniroo, Howard Price, W. J. Price, Clarence Ramsey, Robert Ramstead, Robert Randal, James Ridgeway, Robert Ridgeway, Donald H. Robinson, Edward Rochelle, R. G. Rodgers, Do-mnic Roletto, Paul Rutledge, John Safstrom, Ed Santee, Laurie Sarvela, James Scarlet, Maury Schloblom, Fred Schuett, Alex Smith, Darrell Smith, Max Smith, William Smith, Thomas Snyder, Ed Sodderberg, Paul Sorenson, W. Sutherland, Fred Stecher, Carl Stevens, Donald Steward, Donald Stickney, Clarence Stone, Roland Strand, William Tahara, S. A. Taylor, Thomas Taylor, Robert Telford, Roger Thaanum, David Thomas, Stanley Thompson, George Thorleitson, H. Thornquist, Larry Thorpe, Harold Tope, Rodney Townsend, Charles Triol, Edward Triol, T. C. Tryon, Charles Tulloch, Milton Turay, Wellman Turney, Robert Van Raadshooven, Paul Vaschenko, Sigmund Vaseth, L. A. Vorgensen, Lester Wahgren, Clarence Wahlgren, Ed Waters, Rulon Watson, Harold Wenzler, Pat Wick, Earle Wilcox, John Will, Ed Willgress, Ben Williams, Don Williams, Charles Wilson, Hubert Wilson, Kenneth Wilson, John Woods, Donald Young. Grondal, Pearce, Davies Hallin, Hendrickson, Mottet Hipaa Pi Awarding outstanding Freshmen in College of Forestry, sponsoring annual banquet and presiding over alumni meetings for coming two years will occupy members of Xi Sigma Pi, national forestry honorary . . . founded on this campus in 1908 . . . students with junior standing in upper two-fifths of their class eligible for membership . . . aims to secure and maintain high scholarship in forestry, to build up profession and to promote friendship among its members. OFFICERS Forester, Arthur Mottet Association Forester, Martin Hendrickson Ranger, William Davies Secretary-Fiscal Agent, Vernon Hallin FACULTY MEMBERS J. L. Alexander, Bror L. Grondal, Walter H. Meyer, J. K. Pearce, Dean Hugo Winkenwerder. , MEMBERS n William Allyn, Frank Ansley, Joe Bogdan, Robert Bulchis, Attilio Campana, Robert Craig, William Davies, Harold Deery, Van Dcrnick, Raymond Des Camp, Malcolm Dick, Richard Grant, Aubrey Haines,Vemon Hallin, Martin Hendrickson, Howard Kohnke, Paul Liniger, William Magelssen, Robert McIntyre, Arthur Mottet, Walter Peterson, Phimister Proctor, Domnic Rolletto, Fred Stecher, Clarence Stone, Jay Todd, Earl Wilcox, John Woods. tar .- Earley, Guldberg, Lytle, Neuenschwander Proud of their pins . . . new this year . . . all Sophomore, Junior and Senior Home Economics majors are eligible for membership . . . can participate in Fall Frolic, exchange dinner with Foresters, Senior banquet, candy sales, teas, professional talks, book reviews and other activities . . . for the purpose of encouraging friendships and furthering interest in the Home Economics movement . . . club founded on this campus in 1912, became affiliated with national association in 1929. OFFICERS President, Betty Lytle Vice-President, Laura Neuenschwander Secretary, Helen Guldberg Treasurer, Rose Catherine Earley Sth year Representatives, Mary Turnbull, Edith Williams junior Representatives, Mary Whipple, Frances Dyer, Elva Sutherling ADVISER Martha Dresslar FACULTY MEMBERS A. Jeanette Bliss, Jean Boyle, Margaret Darrance, Grace G. Denny, Martha E. Dresslar, Marion Fish, Ida Ingalls, Dorothy Manchester, Eine I. Raitt, Jennie I. Rowntree, Mary Elizabeth Starr, Margaret E. Terrell, Thelma Thorne, Dorothy Tilden. MEMBERS Edna Aas, Kathryn Adair, Bette Adams, Doris Ainsworth, Margaret Allen, Daisy Anderson, Phyllis Anderson, Elizabeth Angevine, Harriet Ansart, Peggy Arntzen, Margaret Bathen, Mary Benbow, Catherine Bernard, Eunice Blaney, Mary Brilhart, Elise Brophy, Kathryn Brown, Roberta Brown, Helen May Bryan, Louise Button, Alice Caley, Evelyn Carlson, Myrtle Carlson, Margery Church, Martha Clark, Betty Crandall, Georgia Curran, Louise Davis, Belen B. Deguzman, Evelyn Due, Marian Dyer, Dorothy Eicher, Poinsettia Evans, Jessie Farr, Eleanor Ferguson, Charlotte Fish, Elizabeth Forbes, Helen Guldberg, Jane Gillam, Margaret Gleason, Penelope Goodspeed, Helen Hall, Betty Ann Hanley, Grace Hastie, Katherine Heggem, Lilly Hirata, Annabel Hoem, Pat Hollenbeck, Lessene Hoobing, Jeannette Horowitz, Florence Husby, Esther jenkins, Margaret Jennings, Shirley Keller, Eleanor Larsen, Meriam Lawrie, Virginia Lee, Elizabeth Lewis, Kathryn Linden, Hazel Lovejoy, Evelyn Lude, Betty Lytle, Caroline McGinitie, Kathryn Mcllraith, Jean McIntyre, Margaret McLachlan, Harriet Morrison, Miriam Murphy, Alice Musser, Laura Neuenschwander, Margaret Nicholson, Yvonne Pendergrast, Blanche Payne, Sally Peterson, Dorothy Preston, Ellen Raphael, Marjorie Reed, Elfrieda Reifenberger, Geraldine Ringstad, Wyone Rogers, Jean Rothenhoefer, Mable Rydholm, Carol Scholl, Jeanette Sibley, Barbara Simpkins, Dorothy Smith, Joyce Smith, Betty Jane Snow, Grace Sommer, Thelma Soule Eleanor Sprunt, May Stangeby, Dorothy Steen, Mary Katherine Stiles, Jane Storhow, Doris Sullivan, Elva Sutherling, Anna Terk, Mary Turnbull, Janet Vincent, Rachel Wadsworth, Shirley Walker, Elizabeth Weigel, Betty Wendler, Kathleen Williams, Mary Whipple, Edith Williams, Jean Wingate. 2 1,1 1 Ellert, Lee, Lude Melton, Rothenhoefer ' hu Teas, dinners and weekend parties, meetings, and pledge banquets give Omicron Nu a diversified program . . . members are Home Economics upperclasswomen with a 3. grade average . . . recognizes scholarship, research, and leadership . . . furthers world movement in the field . . . founded at Michigan State Agricultural College in 1912 . . . local chapter established in March, 1922. OFFICERS President, Virginia Lee Vice-President, Marie Ellert Secretary, Helen Melton Treasurer, Jean Rothenhoefer Editor, Evelyn Lude ADVISER Eflie I. 'Raitt FACULTY MEMBERS Grace G. Denny, Marion Fish, Martha E. Dresslar CNational Secretaryj, Margaret E. Terrell, Jennie I. Rowntree, Mary Elizabeth Starr, A. Jeannette Bliss, Blanche Payne. MEMBERS Edna Aas, Phyllis Anderson, Peggy Arntzen, Miriam Brown, Betty Clawson, Jean Dobb, Marie Ellert, Helen Guldberg, Helen Hall, Jeanette Horowitz, Virginia Lee, Evelyn Lude, Helen Melton, Yvonne Pendergrast, Ellen Raphael, Jean Rothenhoefer, Jenny Smith, Mary Turnbull. GRADUATE STUDENT MEMBERS Gertrude Lienkaemper, Madeline Marks, Ruby Osterman, Margaret W. Smith, Iola Steele. Asplund, Barnard, Bergholz, Cahen, Campbell Dingwall, Hillyer, Hollenbeck, Hubbell, Kessler Kinzel, Kossen, Lachman, McDevitt, Murfin Peterson, Ramberg, Ward, Watson iqma Delta Chi Decked in "soup and fish," Sigma Delt pledges hand out clever Daily editions, reproductions of metropolitan "sheets," twice a year . . . a mixer, "Night Club" motif this year, criticisms of state weeklies, and smokers with downtown and state alumni are among stimulating activities for Sigma Delta Chi, national men's journalism honorary . . . founded at De Pauw University in 1907 . . . membership requires high scholarship coupled with intentions of entering this field . . . Washington chapter started in 1911. OFFICERS President, Sydney Kossen Vice-President, Richard Hubbell Secretary, Jack Hollenbeck Treasurer, Henry Kessler Adviser, Fred W. Kennedy FACULTY MEMBERS Merritt C. Benson, Harry Burns, Byron H. Christian, Dudley D. Griiiith. Edwin Hillyer, Glenn Hughes, Robert W. Jones, Fred W. Kennedy, Robert S. Mansfield, Vernon McKenzie. MEMBERS Curtis Barnard, Richard Bergholz, Phil Campbell, Bob Cahen Harold P. Everest, Royal A. Frew, Jack Hollenbeck, Richard Hubbell, Henry Kessler, Jack Kinzel, Sydney Kossen Ingwald Ramberg, Julius B. Ruiz, Alvin Stump. PLEDGES Gus Asplund, Ewen Dingwall, Virgil Hillyer, Toivo I-Iagman, Morton Lachman, Bob McDevitt, Dick Mui-Fm, Gordon Pates, John Penbertl-ny, Virgil Peterson, Bob Ward, Dick Watson. 1 ,Q l I unfair- mme' Ii, fear ,U .Um', - 'E 'S-22, 1-'le viz- ' , 1 - - H tsillgi. ,Q H ,, ,, ,t F-2g,zf'1.,3ie. ,, ., . A ' gagleait - 5355222 V, w:13?r,s?m'f 5521, ,, , ,Eiga f , , ,. Zee... ,e , 1 YY 4- . if Abrams, Estes, Gahnberg, Hammer, Hudson Johnson, Lincoln, MacLeod, Manley, Maus Sbedico, Sharkey, Shields, Strehlau Templeton, Wear mszw me Matrix Table, honoring Women students on top in all campus activities and business women outstanding in their Fields, a mixer co-sponsored with Gamma Alpha Chi, and a banquet for all women in journalism were included in the activities of Theta Sigma Phi, women's national journalism honorary . . . twice a year pledges put out Daily as take-off on some national. newspaper . . . inscribed in the roll books are names of upperclass women journalism majors who have maintained a "B" average while working on publications . . . founded April 8, 1909, on this campus to unite women journalists, recognize outstanding ability, and improve Held of letters. OFFICERS President, Pat Sharkey Vice-President, Elena Sbedico Secretary, Doris Lincoln Treasurer, Betty Strehlau Keeper of Archives, Ruth Gahnberg FACULTY MEMBER Mrs. Burton W. James. MEMBERS Ruth Gahnberg, Kay Hammer, Doris Lincoln, Elena Sbedico, Pat Sharkey, Marjorie Shields, Betty Strehlau, Barbara Wear. PLEDGES Betty Abrams, Jane Estes, Jean Hudson, Mary Jane Johnson, Betty Lou Manley, Betty Lou Maus, Jean MacLeod, Theola Templeton, """ w-nv i Carman, Hallock, Jacobson, MacDonald ' Soule, Wahl, Watson Gphaiau Delta Swinging into action this year with many plans for its members, Delta Chapter of Alpha Tau Delta- national profession sorority for nursing education students-held two pre-pledge teas, monthly meetings with a guest speaker, and started library for School of Nursing Education . . . installed as recently as May 22, 1936, it has over fifty enthusiastic members attempting to unite nurses and provide mutual activities for them . . . an interest in nursing. and a pleasing personality are requisites for membership. OFFICERS President, Grace W. Carman Vice-President, Tillie Ann Hallock Recording Secretary, Kathryn MacDonald Corresponding Secretary, Loeda Whitmore Treasurer, Mary Wahl Assistant Treasurer, Teckla Jacobson Custodian, Thelma Scoman Parliamentarian, Grace Watson HONORARY MEMBERS Margaret Felton, Jean Greer, Harriet Smith, Elizabeth S. Soule. CHARTER MEMBERS Alice M. Anderson, Ada Armstrong, Vera Baugh, Doris Beeman, Patricia Bush, Grace W. Carman, Barbara Cook, Jean Dion, Juanita Etchbury, Leone Fisher, Kathryne Forsythe, Lois Forsythe, Catherine Graves, Tillie Ann Hallock, Nancy Jane Bare, Helen Haworth, Marie Hendricks, Lois Howarth, Leslie Hull, Kathryn MacDonald, Marcella Malone, Mary Marvin, Eldrieth Matchett, Claire Meade, Dorothy Minnis, Helen Murphy, Alma Nicks, Arlene Schmidt, Elsie Scott, Dallas Smith. Elsie P. Smith. Thelma Sooman, Gail Squires, Evelyn Strachilla, Mary Wahl, Alma Weber, Lynne Wigen, Mildred Wiles, Margaret Williams, Lucy Young. INITIATES Barbara Berens, Clara Byington, Edith S. Countryman, Dorothy Crow, Lydia Dikeman, Helen Engdal, Frances Gossman, Barbara Hallock, Lenore Hooper, Teckla Jacobson, Lena Keissig, Genevieve Leach, Maria Lillsjo, Doris Malloy, Helen Moy, Pearl Peterson, Alta Rosskelley, Beth Rothenhoefer. Leona Siebold, Peggy Sheldon, May Stover, Sally Turner, Grace Watson, Loeda Whitmore, Charlotte Wilson, Linda Wollurn. J i 26 267 1 .-15, Howell, Morse, Mote aadafaviezvilatl 5 A spring banquet celebrates the founding of the Nursing School at Harborview Hospital in 1931 . . membership limited to Harborview students . . . promotes social development and good fellowship among student nurses at the Hospital. OFFICERS President, Virginia Howell Vice-President, Betty Reese Secretary, Jane Morse Treasurer, Ellen Mote FACULTY MEMBERS Henrietta Adams, Harriett Bradshaw, Harriet Cross, Marie Forman, Virginia Olcott, Helen Platt, E. Katherine Sears, Harriet Smith, Coralee Steele, Eileen Tuttle, Clarice Weidert. MEMBERS Seniors Betty Bartells, Dorothy Buchanan, Emma Daetwyler, Lydia Dikeman, Ethel Howarth, Helen Huff, Virginia Humphrey, Alice Krogh, Phyllis Legro. Daris Staley Lundgren, Isabelle Magnusson, Kathleen McCarty, Grace King Miller, Kate Norman. Nancy Peterson, Althea Hazel Pratt, Vera Rall, Louise Russell, Peggy Sheldon, Florence Sivisind, Irma Smith, Thelma Sooman, Elizabeth Stewart, jane Straight, Ethel Tomlinson, Helen Turner. juniors Grace Ainslie, Beth Atwood, Marian Baker, Marian Barfknecht, Hilda Boerhave, Esther Bovier, Dorothy Bulkley, Priscilla Byrne, Clara Byington, Kathryn Caldwell, Grace Christensen, Marian Davis, Phyllis Dearlove, Donna Driskel, Mignonne Harris, Virginia Howell, Margery Hutchinson, Mary Johnston. Charlotte Kaufman, Nancy Kintner, Kathryn Lewis, Maria Lillsjo, Charlotte Lind, Jean Lund, Belle Lynn, Harriet Marshall, Betty McCormick, Mae McDonald, Lillian McKee, Jane Morse, Ellen Mote, Beryl Newton, Elizabeth Powell, Mabel Sarin, Marybeth Snyder, Phyllis Steele, Adene Stewart, Alice Stewart, Myrtle Stopps, Frances Sutcliffe, Virginia Sutherland, Marjorie Tegtmeier, Genevieve Wade, Merle Welch, Virginia Wester, Margaret Williams, Linda Wollum. Post- Graduate Supervisory Students Nina Basham, Helen Blydenstein, Marjorie Buer, Alice Corey, Ruby Elson, Frances Goyke, Marjorie Hawks Myrtle Hannula, Dolores Hoganson, Alice Hopland, Frieda Kaplan, Frances Keeling, Edith Mars, Mary Miller, Betty Reese, Borghild Robertson, Evelyn Shattuck, Eva Sherwood, Zelia White. Hepperle, Gossman, Roskelley, Wilson ufwes CM Year full of theater and bridge parties . . . dance with Foresters' Club . . . spring picnic . . . annual Alumni Banquet at Edmond Meany Hotel during Homecoming Week . . . annual bulletin for the alumni . . . bi-monthly meetings with programs of interest . . . membership limited to nursing students . . . founded 1926 . . . encourages social and ethical unity among nursing students. OFFICERS President, Charlotte Wilson Vice-President, Alta Roskelly Secretary, Frances Gossman Treasurer, Lydia Hepperle BOARD OF CONTROL Margaret Smith, Loeda Whitmore, Kathleen Price, Doris Swanson. FACULTY MEMBERS Miss Henrietta Adams,'Miss Kathleen M. Leahy, Miss Christine MacKenzie, Miss Virginia Olcott, Mrs. Elizabeth Sterling Soule. MEMBERS Geraldine Ainsley, Ethel Anderson, Marjorie Anderson, Verle Baker, Winifred Barber, Margaret Bergamini, Ida May Blissard, Virginia Bowers, Peggy Brant, Lorilla Britell, Mildred Bryant, Helen Buckingham, Blanche Butler, Alice Carey, Grace Carmen, Rose Marie Chaffee, Phyllis Clarke, Juanita Clemens, Helen Crowl, Geraldine Crushae, Ruth Dandelinger, Billie Day, Henrietta Doltz, Carol Ferguson, Mildred Frandsen, Lydia Frellson, Dorothy Grank, Frances Gossman, Isabella Grow, Rhoda Gruner, Virginia Haarvei, Dorothy Hansen, Avis Hecltman, Lydia Hepperle, Jane Hodder, Barbara Hallock, Sarah Halstead, Betty Hooker, Lenore Hooper. Grace Hutchins, Tekla Jacobson, Mary Lou Kale, Lena Keissig, Constance Kerr, Irene Larsen, Lois Larson, Dorothy Leinard, Margaret Little, Lois Lowman, Phyliss Lundell, Lorraine Lundquist, Myrtle Lysted, A Marion MacEacheran, Christine MacKenzie, Helen McBride, Irene Meddler, Sally Mercer, Alice Miller, Mary Millard, Mrs. Morrison, Hazel Modine, Helen Moy, Mae Murphy, Lillian Nelson, Corrine Olsen, Marie Olsen, Izara Peck, Alice Pedersen, Gertrude Peterson, Lillian Pierson. Maxine Pitter, K. Pomeroy, Kathleen Price, Gwen Reese, Rosemary Richardson, Mary Louise Romick, Alta Roskelley, Dorothy Scott, Patrice Scott, Barbara Shelton, Leona Siebold, Barbara Sinclair, Helen Smith, Alva Smith, Mrs. Elizabeth Soule, Ruth Spencer, Bernadette Stemler, May Stover, Luella Strickler, Jean Stumberg, Doris Swanson, Katheryn Tetyak, Margaret Thorlakson, Anna Tomsic, Margaret Towney, Virginia Volk, Jacqueline Watson, Grace Watson, Loeda Whitmore, Martha Williams, Charlotte Wilson, Kathryn Wynn, Wanda Yost. ei: ' mu' m ' wi .-,,,,, . sm, . in . 'Q I W M -we X75 Kambe, Ogden, Worcester To bring more practical aspects of medicine to light, Pre-Med members hear two noted physicians every three weeks and view scientific motion pictures dealing with field of medicine . . . club co-sponsored "Sweetheart" mixer with Forest Club . . . dues prerequisite for membership . . . funds go toward securing medical films . . . founded at University of Washington in 1919. OFFICERS President, Charles Kambe Vice-President, james Adkison Secretary-Treasurer, Alice Ogden FACULTY ADVISER John Locke Worcester. MEMBERS tl'Carl Adatto, 'James Adkison, Hood Baxley, Richard Berg, Patty Black, Jack Brown, George Cobley, Max Conover, William Fife, 'kjoseph Fischnaller, Burton Foote, 'Kazuo Fujihira, Emery Gustafson, Jane Guthridge, Marshall Shore Hanel, Paul Hood, Henry Ishikawa, Henry Itoi, Raymond Jones, 1'Charles Kambe, Stanley Karikomi, james Kerr, Eichi Koiwai, "'Abraham Krems, Floyd Levin, Elizabeth McCrary, Dorothy McMillan, Nicholas Mihailov, Masato Morimoto, N. P. Murphy, Mary Elsie Myers, Sidney Nelson, Seiki Noro, Albert Norris, Alice Ogden, Masao Ohmoto, Jeanette Palin, Clifford Phillips, "'Gerald Poplack, Marian Rusk, Donald Sayer, Hal Stewart, Homer Sweetman, Masayuki Tanabe, Helene Templeton, Oscar Van Ranterghen, "'George Whatmore, Vincent Witherspoon, Hiro Yoshino. 'Indicates membership into Pi Mu Chi, Pre-Medios honorary for upperclassmen. Byrne, Ham, Ogden, Smith A November tea, March Founders' Day banquet, and June picnic plus monthly meetings with prominent women in medical Field as speakers are included on calendar of Sigma Epsilon, women's allied medical fraternity . . . founded on campus in 1919 . . . membership requires scholarship average of "B" after completion of at least 60 hours work at University of Washington . . . members chosen from Field of Bacteriology, Anatomy, Pre-Medios, Nursing and Physiology. OFFICERS President, Alice Ogden Vice-President, Priscilla Byrne Secretary, Harriet Ruth Smith Treasurer, Juliamary Ham Program Chairman. Frances Barton FACULTY MEMBERS Henrietta Adams, Julia Goodsell, Evelyn Hall, Doris Hirschmann, Rachel Holfstadt, Virginia Olcott, Elizabeth Soule, Eileen Tuttle, Helen Werby. HONORARY MEMBERS Mrs. James Berry, Mrs. John Guberlet, Mrs. Melville Hatch, Mrs. Arthur Martin, Mrs. E. Victor Smith, Mrs. John Weinzirl, Mrs. John L. Worcester. MEMBERS Betty Bartells, Frances Barton, Pearl Boothby, Priscilla Byrne, Kathryn Caldwell, Caren Christiansen, Sophia Cornelison, Henrietta Doltz, Harriet Giske, juliamary Ham, Mignonne Harris, Virginia Humphrey, Mary Johnston, Mayl-to Kumasaka, Lorraine Lundquist, Dorothy Mallaghan, Lucy Novikov, Alice Ogden, Leslie Reinig, Edna Robinson, Catherine Selander, Gail Squires, Marjorie Stith, Mildred Tilley, Grace Timmer. Martha White. 269 theiiuld WITH DICK HUBBELL,Tyee Photographer I'd rather take pictures than eat! Very often I've done just that, during my three years at the University. In that time Iive exposed hundreds of negatives in attempting to record on film for the Tyee and other publications some of the many facets of University life. But in spite of cut classes, late hours, and lost meals, the experiences have been well worth the effort. Q' rev. rx. '. ' V.. l-lc. CUPPER LEFTJ Chem Interior A Tyee photographer must be prepared for any kind of an assignment, from fast basketball action to scenic views, from group committee pictures to "grab shots" in sorority houses. This interior of the new chemistry building called for a tripod, a wide-angle lens, a time exposure and a Flash-bulb. fUPPER RIGHTJ Furnace This College of Mines student apparently is shoving a crucible into a white-hot assay furnace. Actually, the furnace was stone cold. A Five-second time exposure allowed ordinary room light to "soak" into the negative before the Hashbulb inside the furnace was set off. CLOWER LEFTJ Scenic Spring on the campus- magnolia trees frame the Home Ec building, with students hurrying to 11 o'clock classes. CLOWER RIGHTJ Wheels A Collegian poetically or politically-minded might Find some significant thought in wheels chained to idleness, but to the photographer these WPA wheelbarrows form an interesting pattern of curves and lines, lights and shadows, and the texture of rusty metal. 270 CLEFTJ Winsome Some fellows say it with song, some say it with poetry, but a photographer shows his interest through the medium of his ever-present camera. CUPPER RIGHT5 Autographs Eddy Duchin signs his autograph for an admirer and is taken unawares by the cameraman. A real candid study of the famous orchestra leader. CLOWER RIG!-ITB Flying Fingers The Magic Piano Fingers of Radio move too fast for the photugrapher's camera, Eddy Duchin ' N55 'sz ' shows his famous 1 .i -- H fz. . -' smile as he beats out I .ff My .ag L I M ' .gf "" 1 1 Caravan, while an M Q ,-,, V V, ggi, ardent swing fan loses J I 'ij' Ki ' if 48 himself in the desert sands. 0 BY BOB MOODY,Tyee Photographer A photographer's life has more to it than clicking a shutter and developing films, as is shown by the accompanying pictures. Marguerite Barker sits for a portrait which can be described only as "Winsome" I chose this shot for this page because I consider it one of my best pictures. "Autographs" is an honest-to-goodness candid shot of Eddy Duchin taken on the spur of the moment. It is a typical picture and shows clearly his wonderful personality as well as a handsome profile. "Flying Fingers," a picture of Eddy Duchin playing the piano, was taken at an exposure speed of one two-hundredth of a second, but even then the camera could not stop the extremely fast action of his hands. In the background swing addicts react in various ways to swing as played by a master. The pictures of Eddy Duchin were chosen because of their general interest. Through them it became my privilege to meet one of the Finest fellows it has been my pleasure to know. I ' W! Shaw White BY BOB WARD,Tyee Photographer CUPPER LEFTJ Edward Ohata takes time out a thousand feet above Paradise to spot a likely place for a ski lunch. CUPPER RIGHTJ Skis at Ease. CBELOWJ ' On the Panorama trail -not having the heart to look up and see what's to come, Elmore Oistad surveys what he has already conquered. Data for all pictures on this page: Exposure 11100 second at f. 22 with a K 2 Filter. S. S. Panchromatic film. Cloudless day in January, bright sun. Underneath, every photographer is a blasphernous man, I think. A varied and scorching vocabulary is the best defense against going mildly insane when flash bulbs fail, Film fogs, you forget to pull a slide, developer Wears out, etc. Even the boss, Mr. Hubbell, occasionally breaks down, I believe. But we love it, and will tell you so in our own blasphemous way-privately, of course, any time. e QUPPER LEFTJ Flowers . . .' just to prove a shutter-pusher notices the beauties of Spring when he passes them on the way to an "assignment" A golden Hash beside the path south of Parrington. CUPPER RIGHTJ "George". . . Tried my best but he wou1dn't smile. George said he hadn't for better "pic" men than I, so was wasting my time. Quite the most patient subject I "clicked" all year, George looked straight ahead even when I lay on my back at his feet. QBELOWJ Rare . . . I " T11 1 - I cut a lab, but it was worth it. A picture it took six months watching to catch and one that we might not be able to "shoot" again for another six ,E ff! I months. . .N M, W W. , N ' -252 ?'ff'5Fws.. ,h ' .Biqlataud5hudaws BY BILL WELD, Tyee Photographer After spending many hours of the past months helping "shoot fellow students and their activities for these Tyee pages I pass this comment to the editor on "deadline" with a feeling of regret, that the work for this year is over, and a silent tha , - -, ' g If the campus photographer turns in a good pi '- '1 " . J were patient, cooperative, and helpful. Many 1 1 N154 or a late photographer Only to have H A d b' h 1 M h who have had to stand before my lens. 0 1 great extent due to the fact his "victims" Q S -, Qs! without Film To those I give my thanks. I their "Hash" date changed to another day wh When asked to turn in a few campus "shots for th 1 -H 1 B -- me to S11 Jects W 0 W011 d not be late for their "two o'c1ock" because I took too 1 sc- b w g the camera 272 Founded at our Alma Mater one rainy afternoon? fevej just before 1936 arrived on the scene . . . born to bring forth the best in capable candidates for student offices . . . rallies . . . pep . . . two freshmen and two sophomores from each organized house . . . a number of independents aiming to keep politics a credit to the school. OFFICERS Chairman, Howard Stewart Vice-Chairman, Ernestine Brown Secretary, Virginia Alderson Treasurer, Marcella Scully EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE Phil Blake, Doris Carlquist, Robert Hunter, William Rogers SOPHOMORES Virginia Alderson, Ira Alexander, Eugene Avey, Catharine Avison, Eleanor Baker, Lee Baluig, Phil Blake, Elizabeth Boone, Elaine Brophy, Betty Brouillette, Emestine Brown, Janet Case, Josephine Charlet, Helen Crawford, Ellen Crosby, Grace Croucher, William Davis, Phyllis Donnelly, Harris Emmons, Charlotte Field, Lucille Foley, Charles Garrett, Earle Glant, Thaddeus Grosscup, Cleata Gunn, Mortimer Huetter, Robert Hunter, Barbara Jones, Donald Kirby, Dorothy LaGasa, James Lewis, June Lurie, Robert Mason, Barbara McCurdy, Fred McFarland, Betty Belle Morrison, Eleanor Nilsen, Lincoln Nordby, Robert Philip, Gwen Piggott, Nicholas Porozoif, Ray Purdy, Barbara Ridgeway, William Rogers, Bietty Sayles, Marcella Scully, Ray Seefeldt, Patricia Ann Selvin, Howard Stewart, Rosemary Stewart, Marjorie Stone, Jean Warren, Roy Wells, Helen Wentworth, Jesse Wilkins, William Ziegler. FRESHMEN ' Rex Anderson, Elizabeth Ann Armstrong, George Baccus, Jessie Ann Barash, Elizabeth Beall, David Beck, Florence Berg, Robert Boyd, Jane Brokaw, Lois Button, Dorothy Caldwell, Doris Carlquist, Katharine Clifford, Florence Crawford, George Cobley, Ellis Coder, Dean Downing, Dorothy Dupar, Dallas Duppenthaler, Bernice Elton, Henry Fisher, Alvin Forrno, Justine Foss, Betty Gibbs, Harry Goodfellow, Neil Haig, Jr., Virginia Hamilton, Jack Hart, Charles Heglie, Ruth I-Iellenthal, Ursula Hill, Marcia Hopper, Virginia Jackson, Lois johnson, Myrn Kinnear, Dwight Kipp joan Knudsen, Richard Lachman, VVard Lewis, Lorraine Lyons, Marcia Moore, Bette Nairn, William Nelson Eleanor O'Shea, Dorothy Pattullo, Gene Pitchford, Elizabeth Polson, Norman Porteous, Robert Prins, Berenice Raphael, Hal Rathvon, john L. Sampson, Leon Schneck, Robert Service, Catherine Sherriff, Herbert Strain, Albert Thompson, jr., Victor Vine, Lois Wilson. Q Alderson, Alexander, Armstrong, Anderson, Avey, Avison, Baccus Beall, Beck, Blake, Boone, Boyd, Brown, Caldwell Carlquist, Clifford, Cobley, Connelley, F. Crawford, H. Crawford, Crosby Croucher, Davis, Dupar, Duppenthaler, Elton, Emmons, Field Foss, Garrett, Gibbs, Goodfellow, Gunn, Hamilton, Hart Hellenthal, Hill, Hunter, Jackson, Johnson, Jones, Kinnear Knudsen, Larrowe, LaGasa, Lewis, W., Mason, McCurdy, McFarland Morrison, Nordby, O'Shea, Pattullo, Philip, Piggott, Pitchford Purdy, Rathvon, Rogers, Sampson, Sclmeck Scully, Seefeldt, Stewart, H., Stewart, R., Strain Thompson, Warren, Wentworth, Vine, Ziegler 274 275 YIM Member of the national Y. W. C. A .... participant in the World's Student Christian Federation . . . membership of approximately one thousand . . . aims at a full and creative life for all . . . sponsors those early morning feasts of corrugated pancakes . . . come Spring, they trek through the better garden plots. OFFICERS President, Betty Meacham Vice-President, Essey Tucker Secretary, Ellen McComb Treasurer, Elizabeth Bannister STAFF General Secretary, Louise Child-Spence Assistant Secretary, Virginia Norwood Barnett Oince Manager, Kathryn Madden SOPHOMORE COMMISSION OFFICERS President, Jean Small Vice-President, Gene Graham Secretary, Florence Babcock Treasurer, Margaret Caskin FRESH MAN COMMISSION OFFICERS President, Jane Leech Vice-President, Betty Gibbs Secretary, Madora Jane Hicks Treasurer, Lois Buckman CABINET Anderson, Bannister, Brilhart, Campbell Marguerite Anderson, Mary Brilhart, Margret Campbell, Betty Jane Carl, Helen Verne Hall, De Ette Hanson, Ruth Mary Larson, Jane Leech, Frances Lew, Eleanor Mankey, Harriet Morrison, Mary Richards, Jean Small, Betty Strain, Margaret Trzcinski, Clara Young. COUNCIL Marjorie Aikens, Ruth Baten, Jean Baxter, Eleanor Bird, Anne Boss, Marjorie Bratlie, Elsie Buckman, Jane Burwell, Jean Carter, Catherine Clegg, Ezna Clyde, Ellanore Comwell, Dorothea Crockett, Alice Dickie, Emestine Duncan, Rose Catherine Earley, Jane Eilertsen, Ruth Ekdahl, Jacqueline Ellsworth, Nancy Emerson, Vivian Freelund, Lucille Glahe, juliamary Ham, Kathryn Hammer, Shirley Hawkins, Helen Louise Hill, Harriet Holman, Georgene Hubbard, Joyce Hulbush, Margaret Huntoon, Maryann Jones, Ruth Keefhaver, Dorothy Kelley, Lois Jean King, Rose Krug, Wilda Lane, Virginia Lawrence, Mary Jane McDonald, Betty Moughtin, Kay 0'Connor, Marion Oliver, Margaret Parker, jane Perkins, Jean Rankin, Sara Louise Peterson, Charlotte Rau, Gertrude Schryver, Barbara Simpkins, Margaret Stiles, Dorothy Stock, Rowena Stubbs, Janet Upcraft, Rosemary Valentine, Betty White. Carl, Hall, Hanson, Larson Leech, Lew, Mankey, McComb Meacham, Morrison, Small, Strain Trzcinski, Tucker, Richards, Young ' 1' Parties, dancing, ice-skating. . . prize winning float for the Stanford rally . . . represented in the Peace Conferences and with a new room in the Student Unio:-1 Building. . . founded here in 1936 . . . promotes friendship and service among University Rainbow women . . . members chosen for high scholarship and workin the organization. OFFICERS Presidcnt, Irene Hagerstrom Vice-President, Ellen McComb Secretary, Beth Anderson Treagurer, Martha Bliss Adviser, Margaret Runnalls MEMBERS Geraldine Ainslie, Velma Alleman, Jean Allen, Beth Anderson, Donna Anderson, Miriam Anderson, Peggy Baker, Katherine Balser, Helen Benedict, Viva Bennett, Enda Lou Benskin, Dorothy Blackmer, Martha Bliss, Lila Boone, Lenore Borella, Florence Boyd, Kathleen Brennan, Bettylee Brown, Alice Burnett, Lois Button, Josephine Charlet, Peggy Christensen, Clara Ann Craig, Marion Cumbo, Gwenwyn Dalby, Mary Elizabeth Davis, Marie Dunstan, Betty Estabrook, Jean Gardner, Shirley Gay, Dorothy Glavin, Isabelle Gosse, Helen Graham, Irene Hagerstrom, Juliamary Ham, Lorene Hanson, Audrey Hardy, Elsie Harlow, Jane Harris, Caroline Heck, Helen Hemen, Blossom Hewitt, Marion Hoagen, Harriett Hoffstater, Lenore Hooper, Alice Hotchkiss, Joyce Hulbush, Dorothy Jacobson, Audrey Jarvis, Annette Jelleberg, Elizabeth Jensen, Eva Johnson, Helen Jorgensen, Beverly Kirkwood, Alberta Krieger, Helen Lamb, Gudrun Larson, Marion Lindbloom, Dorothy Little, Rhoda Ludwick, Florence Lutz, Frances Lutz, Betty McComb, Ellen McComb, Kathryn Mcllraith, Margaret Mclnnes, Jane Markham, Audrie Miller, Lucille Miller, Betty Nelson, Amelia Nigh, Rhodesa Orphan, Mazie Paine, Anita Parkinson, Izora Peck, Victoria Peters, Evelyn Peterson, Joyce Peterson, Polly Phelps, Beverly Player, Claudia Prentice, Betty Lou Racine, Kathryn Randles, Shirley Ricketts, Mary Louise Romick, Alice Roscoe, Margaret Runnalls, Betty Rusch, Janice Scott, Jean Scott, Catherine Selander, Marjorie Severyns, Luola Shaver, Dorothy Sheller, Freda Shepherd, Imogene Steele, Margaret Stewart, Jean Stumberg, Betty Summerill, Molly Sylvester, Helen Thiel, Florence Turbitt, Caroline Van Mason, Helen Waldron, Jeannette Walker, Esther Warner, Dorothy Warwick, Willette Wasson, Priscilla Webber, Betty Joe Weigel, Carolyn Westerlund, Dorothy Westin, Margaret Whitfield, Winifred Wire, Doris Woodcock, Clara Young. Alleman, Anderson, B., Anderson, D., Anderson, M., Baker, Bennett Blackrner, Bliss, Borella, Brennan, Christensen, Craig Cumbo, Dalby, Dunstan, Gardner, Gay, Glavin Gosse, Hagerstrom, Hanson, Hardy, Hemen, Hewitt Hoifstater, Hotchkiss, Hulbush, Jacobson, Jelleberg, Johnson Jorgensen, Lamb, Larson, Ludwick, Florence Lutz, Frances Lutz E. McComb, Mcllraith, Mclnnes, Parkinson, E. Peterson, Racine Romick, Selander, Severyns, Shaver, Shepherd, Steele Stewart, Summerill, Van Mason, Walker, Warwick Wasson, Westin, Whitfield, Wire 27 2 YYYUYY OFFICERS President, Earl Lagergren Vice-President, Richard Radelet Secretary, Betty Lee Brown HONORARY MEMBERS Helen Muree Beck, Rena Cox, Harriet Mahlstrom, Harriet Pullen, Raymond Farwell. MEMBERS Marjorie Aikens, Agnes Anderson, Virginia Berg, Richard Bernhoft, Betty Lee Brown, William Chandler, George Danner, Doris Dool, John Enge, Bill Farwell, Pat Farwell, John Fenigan, Billie Ferguson, Arthur Ficken, George Folta, Annabel Freeburn, Ray Hall, De Ette Hanson, Ruth Hirst, Edith Hopkins, Rebecca Hopkins, Gordon Ingman, Roy Jackson, Beryl Johnston, Marjorie Johnson, Kenneth Keller, Earl Lagergren, Phyllis Lundell, Herbert McLean, Edward Mize, Myrtile Morton, , Yukona Moyer, Arthur Nelson, Clarence Olson, Frances Parks, Fred Paul, Richard Radelet, Richard Reed, Verna Reed, Geraldine Ringstad, Gilmore Rolie, Norma Runstad, James Slade, Yvonne Sailor, Phyllis Sanders, Walter Scott, Norman Searle, William Selfridge, Barbara Simpkins, Winnifred Ann Sipprell, Ralph Smith, Eugene Snow, Gertrude Stenslid, Joseph Sterling, Edwin Stevens, Thomas Stewart, Jeannette Stewart, Genevieve Strandberg, Doris Sullivan, Charles Sundholm, Robert Syer, Lewis Taylor, Marie Tropea, Rose Tropea, Glenora Waters, Bill Wikstrom, Helen Van Zanten, John Van Zanten. Aikens, Beck, Berg, Brown, Chandler Cox, Dool, Enge, Ficken, Freeburn Hall, Hanson, E. Hopkins, R. Hopkins, Moyer Radelet, Reed, Ringstad, Scott, Simpkins Sipprell, Stevens, T. Stewart, Strandberg, Sullivan Sundholm, M. Tropea, R. Tropea, Waters ceua When a body meets a body coming from Montana, the club expects them to be acquainted . . . also stimulates that friendly feeling between students when they get back home . . . organized last January achieves its ends by dancing. CHAIRMAN Willard Aronow. Willard Aronow Jean Almquist, Willard Aronow, Norwood Ball, Theodora Benson, Dedley Billett, Roy Bordsen, Klas Bouman, James Breese, Lorilla Britell, Joseph Brotherton, Mary Louise Broughton, Milton Brown, Robert Brown, Mary Jane Burns, Jack Burns, Jos Chiuminatto, Duane Dickinson, Ruth Mary Dondelinger, Faith Eastman, Eloise Edwards, William Eldridge, Loretta Ellis, Valeria Ellis, Carolyn Emory, Robert Ewing, Edwin Fearn, Leonard Fines, Vivienne Finley, Charles Follick, Robert Galer, Robert Gorton, Marjorie Haisman, Eula May Hall, Betty Jane Harper, Robert Harrison, William Hawkins, Leon Haynes, Tishbelle Hirshberg, Bruce Johnson, Richard Johnson, Robert Johnson, William Jones, William Jordan, Helen Jorgensen, Ward Junkerrnier, Charles Kirkwood, Peter Klinke, Alice Knowles, Nicholas Kovick, Alberta Krieger, Gudrun Larson, Dorothy Jane Leech, Jennings Leigland, Fredric Lorang, Annette MacDonald, Charles McGowan, Barbara McMahon, Dale Maflit, Marcella Malone, Annie Mayo, Sally Mercer, Art Meyer, Ellis Michlson, James Miller, Margaret Millice, Donald Murray, Carlyn Myers, Wilmer Neiss, Jack Nelson, Lucile Nottingham, Ralph Pangborn, Elizabeth Patterson, Ann Patterson, Ray Peterson, Jack Pittman, Bud Purdy, Alberta Ramsey, Maida Rector, Betty Reese, Elizabeth Ruffcorn, Harold Ruffcorn, Robert Russell, Dorothy Salmenson, Ruthe Schuler, Fred Sherburne, John Stam, Ethel Starner, John Stewart, Robert Strong, Graham Tash, Burk Taylor, Vera Thelen, Margaret Toohey, Margaret Trzcinski, Bob Watts, Robert Weber, Bertha Weinstock, Albert Weissberg, Harold Wheat, Betty Wiggins, Charles Williams, Richard Wolfe, Katherine Wynn. 2 78 1 27 60:43 Established the middle of the year under capable Ed Hamilton . . . purposeful group-strives to further Tacoma interest in the University by sponsoring radio broadcasts and publicizing activities of home-grown students-to furnish social contact through frequent meetings-and to give a scholarship to a Tacoma youth with money raised from alumni dances. President, Ed Hamilton Vice-President, Brice Howard Secretary, Ray Nicola Treasurer, Robert Sharp THE PICTURES Hamilton Nicola, Sharp Members CTap picturej : Frank Ansley, Patricia Ansley, Myrtle Dahl, George Parker, Victor Vine, Margaret Kelly, Marjorie Schwalen, Ruth Norton, Betty Webb, Jean Veazie, Robert Sharp, William Kunig, Dorothy LaGasa, Paul Sceva, Rosemary Stewart, Edward Raleigh, Don Bourgaize. jane Allstrum, Olive Moe, Mildred Kloepper, Marion Fowell, Jeanne Evans, Ed Hamilton Cstandingj, Ray Nicola. Members CLawer picturej: Brice Howard, Betty Gene Williams, Bob Philip, Eleanor White, Gerald Keely, Tom Leaven, Elwood Gunnerson, Frances Knight, Bill Rickenbach, William Wilcox. Dombroski, Novak, Pearson Stewart, Stinchtield aaqsdw Oldest booster club on the campus . . . promotes friendly feeling between the University and Grays Harbor residents . . . socially active. OFFICERS President, William Stinchfield Vice-President, Henry Novak Secretary, Ingrid Pearson Treasurer, James Stewart Sergeant-at-Arms, Richard Dombroski MEMBERS Arvid Anderson, George E. Anderson, Gertmde Anderson, Jane Apple, Vance Apple, Everett Austin, Eugene Avey, Quentin Avey, Harry Bacchus, Kurt Bargmeyer, Miriam Barlow, Betty Bateman, Paul Beaudoin, Gordon Blechschmidt, Dan Blom, Raymond Boag, Lee Boling, Vera Braley, James Brewer, Elaine Brower, Clyde Brown, Donald Brown, Frank Budnick, Billie Bunch, Mary Jane Bustruch, James Buzzard, Carol Byles, Ruth Callow, Jean D. Campbell, Herbert Carlson, Lester Carlson, Margaret Carstairs, William Chamberlain, Elizabeth Chisholm, Aaron Coleman, Pauline Conner, Austin Cook, James Cunningham, Homer Curtis. Jack Darragh, Frederick Daugherty, Glenn Davidson, Betty Davis, Dorothea Dean, Lucile Dedman, Leslie Edlund, George Emerson. James Emerson, Elmer Erickson, Kathryn Flynn, Frank Fodge, Burton Foote, Donald Foote, Jack E. Ford, Marie Forgey, Patricia Forgey, Gordon Foster, Martin Franciscovich, Garrett Fuller, Harry Galloway, Mitchell Gasparovich, Tony Gasparovich, Stanley Gillies, Don Goss. Kathryn Graham, Albert Gribos, Glen Gwin, William Hardy, Lela Haugen, Gordon Heintz, Dolly Helberg, Orlo Higley, Helen Hoonan. Norinne Hougland, Dana Ingram, Jack Jeffery, Donald H. Johnson, Edward Johnston, Elsie Kalenius, Florence Kari, Rinard Keeper, Margaret King, Harold Kirdemo, Judson Klingberg, Edward Krupski, Ware Lantz, James Lawwill, Jeannette Lewis, Maria Lillsjo, Roy Lycksell, Janet MacDonald, Manley Maben, Stanley Mickelson, Marjorie Moch, Robert Moch, Ernest Moe, William Morgan, Richard Morriss, Hyla Nelson. Kendrick Nelson, Seymour Nelson, John Oldfield, Edward Orkney, Howard Oakland, Lilie May Palmroth, Clifford Parr, Walter Peltola, Joseph Penrod, Richerda Phillips, DeWitt Pritchard, Erma Putman. Vera Rall, Stanley Remelmeyer, Irene Richard. Elizabeth Ripley, Edmund Roberts, Josephine Roberts, Lorimer Robertson. Harriet Roulet, Catherine Routt, Julius Ruiz, Gifford Ryan, Beatrice Scofield, Leonard Selbo, John Shapton, Anel Baldwin Shay, James Skog, John Stalf, Margaret A. Stewart, Lester Stritmatter, Andrew Sutton, Leslie Tobey, Robert Watkins, Milton Welsh, Andrew Windberg, Louise Wood, Helen Young. 'wiv -Y -dun' Baisch, Bradshaw, Conley, DesCamp 1 Gleason, Hanley, Hahn, Pohlman President, Georgette Berrest Vice-President, Charles Bras Corresponding Secretary, Catherine Fitzpatrick Recording Secretary, Katherine Berard Treasurer, George Mead Marshal, Louise Corwin MEMBERS Fred Baisch, Troy Becker, Katherine Berard, Jack Bradshaw, Arthur Conley, Bayard DesCamp, Mitchell Gasparovich, Margaret Gleason, Marian Hahn, Betty Ann Hanley, Marion Pohlman, John Sheehey. PLEDGE Paul Bangasser. 280 Della With only three years to its credit, the Phi Chi Delta organization has obtained recognition on the campus in Presbyterian activities . . . only students with a 2.6 grade average are eligible for participation . . . the group endeavors to further Christian fellowship and to train leaders for the Church of Tomorrow. OFFICERS President, Charlotte Earlywine Vice-President, Ruth Bowles Recording Secretary, Margaret Ewart Corresponding Secretary, Venetta Johnson Treasurer, jean Boppell Sponsor, Mrs. E. W. Benbow MEMBERS Mary Benbow, jean Boppell, Ruth Bowles, Thelma Danielson, Valera Davis, Dorothy Dewar, Roberta Dodds, Frances Dyer, Charlotte Earlywine, Poinsettia Evans, Margaret Ewart, Ruth Gahnberg, Barbara Gamble, Dorothy Gunn, juliamary Ham, Mary Ann Hasemeier, jane Howe, Dorothy Johnson, Phyllis Johnson, Venetta Johnson, Ruth McCormick, Rebecca Merrick, Edith Muir, Margaret Nicholson, Helen Quistorff, Dorette Rothschild, Ernogean Saunders, Marian Schonborn, Janice Scott, Esther Sloane, Marian Stacy, Doris Sullivan, Mary Turnbull, Lucille Vincent, Mary Celia Whipple, Ruth Wyman. Benbow, Bowles, Davis, Lee Dodds, Dyer, Earlywine, Evans Ewart, Gahnberg, Gamble, Ham Hasemeier, Howe, D. Johnson, P. Johnson V. Johnson, McCormick, Merrick, Rothschild Scott, Vincent, Whipple ewumn C2443 For twenty-eight years Newman Club has been stimulating active interests in the University of Washington Catholics . . . fosters spiritual, intellectual, and social interests to Catholic students . . . members engage in religious discussion groups, peace seminars, sports, and social activities. President, Bayard DesCamp Vice-President, Marion Pohlman Treasurer, Rose Tropea Secretary, Marion Hahn Faculty Adviser, Prof. J. Grattan O'Bryan Honorary President, Dr. Herbert E. Cory Faculty Members, Prof. John Fordon COUNCIL Homa F. Smith, Troy Becker, Jack T. Moran. JUNIOR COUNCIL Ralph Brinck, Dorothy Lieb, Catherine Hewitt, Helen Tyrell, Joe Brugman. MEMBERS Jane Abernethy, Duane Anstett, Mary Andrews, Mary Alice Antony, Willard Aronow, James Ayer, John Bagnall, Fred Baisch, Paul Bangasser, Elizabeth Beall, Harriet Becker, Troy Becker, Gertrude Benson, Margaret Gergamini, Henry Borzo, Jack Bowers, Jack Bradshaw, Patricia Brain, Ralph Brinck, Helen Brown, Scotty Brown, Joe Brugman, Audrey Burish, Jane Burton, Eugene Caddey, Florence Casey, Arthur Conley, Kathleen Copp, Alice Corey, Roy Crawford, Thomas Dawson, Bayard DesCamp, Philip Dirstine, Emmett Duggan, Catherine Duncan, Rose Mary Dwyer, Rose Catherine Earley, Marion Ebert, Carson Eckmann, Gosta Erickson, Clement Ernst, Joseph Fahey, Rosemary Felming, Elizabeth Forbes, Mary Ford, Patricia Forgey, Francis Franetovich, John Galtney, Bruna Ganzini, Richard Gardiner, Mitchell Gasparovich, Larry Gattavara, Ted Gerhard, Charles Giese, James Gill, John Gleason, Margaret Gleason, Agnes Good, Margaret Gorman, Helen Gray, Kathleen Haggood, Marion Hahn, Betty Ann Hanley, Joan Hanley, Thomas Hargis, Catherine Hewitt, Dan Hill, Ruth Hill, John Hinchey, Helen Hoonan, Edward Hughes, Ray Hyatt, Doris Jensen, Raymond Jepsen, Regis Jones, June Joyce, Walter Kane, John Katica, Gerald Keely, Richard Kelly, Kathryn Kennedy, Max King, Helen Kresek, Dominic Kuljis, William Langevin, Lee Larson, Blanche Lasky, Eva Lentz, Lucille Lentz, Dorothy Lieb, Margaret Lienau, Warrenetta Linenschmidt, Vernice Lomniell, Frederic Lorang, Carl Loy, Irene Lucas, William Ludwig, Louise Maroni, Jeanne Massart, Joline McBeth, Mary McCabe, Dorothea McCaHray, Mary McCarthy, Leo McCloskey, Beth McCrary, Eileen McGeough, Catherine McGeough, Catherine McGrath, William McGuire, Dorothea Mitchell, John Moran, Beth Mueller, Joseph Murphy, Josephine Neilsen, Ray Nicola, Lorraine Nisbett, Lucy Ann Novikov, Patricia O'Malley, Larry O'Neill, Mary Louise Perkins, Gerald Perry, Doris Peter, James Petrich, Mary Pierce, Bernadine Plamondon, Marion Pohlman, Helen Pott, Mary Jane Prickett, Almira Primus, Jane Quagliotti-Romano, Frank Ramhaldini, Ralph Richter, Richard Rose, William Russell, Mary Dee Sanderson, Marguerite Schuknecht, Thomas Scott, Lorraine Serry, Margaret Sevenich, Eddie Sheehan, Margaret Sheffield Mary Sheffield, Lovell Sherrin, Hema Smith, Veronica Sm: im , X Wilma Smith, Joan Snope, Charles Spengler, Henry Spi I Hi ' 3 ,, I 8' ., , Mary Sprague, Frank Thomton Marie Tropea Rose -'- - Helen Tyrrell, Andrew Verys, Mincent Voegele, Frank 11,11 . - . Loise Walker, Virginia Walsh, Edward Warchol, Harold Wheat, Philip Wittman, Katherine Wynn, John Zivic, Tom Zivic. . Anstett, Aronow, Baisch, Beall, Becker, H., Becker, T., Benson Bradshaw, Brain, Brown, H., Brugman, Burish, Burton, Casey Conley, Copp, Dawson, Earley, Erickson, Forgey, Gill Gleason, J., Gleason, M., Good, Hahn, Hanley, J., Hewitt, Hoonan Kelly, Kennedy, Kresek, Kuljis, Lasky, Lentz, Lieb Linenschrnidt, Lucas, Ludwig, McBeth, McCaEray, McCarthy, McGeough, E. Moran, Mueller, Neilsen, Nicola, Novikov, Petrich, Pohlman Pott, Prickett, Primus, Sanderson, Schuknecht, Scott, Serry Tropea, R Tyrell Wheat Wynn, Zivic, John, Zxvic, Tom Sevenich, Sheffield, Marg., Sheffield, M., Smith, H., Smith, V., Spangler, T,-opea, i 282 M. 2 5 Kai Sorority for Japanese girls . . . charming entertainments are their specialization . . . their annual Tolo is the traditional Dolls' Festival tea . . . basketball and debate round out their varied program . . . each year their debate team meets the University of British Columbia. President, Hide Morimizu Vice-President, Chizuko Okazaki Corresponding Secretary, Stella Yorozu Recording Secretary, Esther Uchimura Treasurer, Mayko Kumasaka Historian, Katsuko Nakata Adviser, Mrs. T. Masuda SENIORS Lilly Hirata, Mieko Kajiwara, Ruth Kazama, Mayko Kumasaka, Toshi Morimizu, Hide Morimizu, Chizuko Okazaki, Michiko Takagi, Miyoko Tanaka. J U N IORS Mary Date, Mitsu Fukiage, Katsuko Nakata, Masa Nishi, Yoneko Shimizu, Esther Uchimura, Michiko Yasumura, Janet Yasunobu, Stella Yorozu. SOPHOMORES Margaret Echigoshima, Lillian Fujihira, Kazuko Hayano, Tai Inoi, Miyo Kamihira, Amy Kaminishi, Ayako Kurimoto, Michiko Nishisaka, Esther Nojiri, Mary Okabe, Kimiko Okasaki, Michiko Shiga, Sachiko Teshirogi FRESHMEN Mary Amano, Chic Aoki, Bernadette Date, Yoshi Fujihira, Mieko Fujii, Ruth Hamada, Jumi Jukiage, Shi.zuka Higuchi, Matsuko Imori Kiyo Kami, Kiyoshi Kamikawa, Mary Kawata, Yoshiko Kiyono, Mariko Mukai, Mitzi Nakao, Takeshi Nakasone, Sachiko Nakauchi, Ikuko Nishikawa, Kimuko Sakai, Ayako Sakamoto, Dolly Sasaki, Yoshiko Shiga, Ayako Uyeno, Yuri Watanabe, Natsuko Yamaguchi, Yoshiko Yano, Kazuko Yokoyama, Lily Yorozu. 1 Fujihira, Higuchi, Hirata, Inui Kajiwara, Kazama, Kamihira, Kaminishi Kumasaka, Kurirnoto, Morimizu, Nakata Okabe, Okazaki, Sakamoto, Takagi Uchimura, Yasumura, Yorozu X ?35':rL1:'1f . 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Airlanes Open for Sweethearts About to broadcast at 6:15, members of the Austin Hall Choir wait for the signal from Johnny Rcsencranz fleftj, toastmaster ofthe Sweetheart Show, Isabelle Schloming, co-composer of "Dormitory Girl," and radio announcer I Nick Porozoff. au'ee a Sweetheart Stressing not only beauty, but brains and achievement as well, Washington's men elected this year's queen of the fair and her lovely court. Twenty-seven flower-strewn Coeds were proudly exhibited at the Tyee Sweetheart show where they were thinned down to the six for these pages by a judging board of two deans, a graduate manager, and representatives from radio and drama. Real-life technique was made a rule, with claim for the populars going to the men's groups first turning in their names and the committee eliminating possibilities of "chiseling." Only upperclass women were eligible in the search for allure in all-around girls. Judy Hansen, six-year-old neighbor of the Theta Delta Chi's, was a well-received exception and is featured on the opening pages. The following portraits reveal that gentlemen prefer fragile beauty as well as champion girl athletesg social types and 3.97 grade averagersg petite blondes and the tall, dark, and glamorous. In short, gentlemen prefer what gentlemen prefer. 287 Sfaif iss iffw M. to Bette Adams i Phi Delta iheta 611 in tribute to her all-around excellence. From the front you see emerald-Hecked eyes and an allegro smile . . . from the side , A 6 a cameo profile. Ruddy radiance in a rally sweater, scintillating in evening ff clothes. Coronation of a swgikegigtfkgfffy -S 1115? 9 f V' ggingfon of Patricia Bartlett theta chi Sing :V for her we11-clothed ment. . X Q w .-' Jfge 177 H! If fl! 9 I I. M, X: Y 'l,,!,,, X. ,V 2 -7':f',:Q:r-,. ' ly lf , 51? X' X Stage Hoodlights show theatricagliffpolishfg, J ff ,a'Va. X5 X iw , Q:-,P iq, w 4515? 512 ,jf . 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CLOWER RI GHTJ Over the tool tops to the library. ,it ,M Gibbs, Schwartz, Hawes, Goodfellow -.Jug , .9 EQTS-'22 wif Wlltiwd Never can forget those regulation pleated skirts and middies . . . familiar "H," "S," and "R's" still appear on the campus . . . and Tri-y Hi-y and senior high school pins wedge their way into the life of busy freshmen. The campus became terrorized with picket men . . . a bevy of first year students adopted a collective bargaining standard . . . result: an all-University freshmen dance "struck" the campus on February 25 . . . and it was a strike against upperclassmen. Stirring up hope and help for 38's incoming adolescence, this year's class of greens organized a new constitution . . . provisions will include an adviser so new frosh can step into school activities more easily in the fall. FRESH MEN OFFICERS President, Harry Goodfellow Vice-President, Charlotte Hawes Secretary, jack Schwartz Treasurer, Betty Gibbs FRESH MEN DANCE COMMITTEE Co-chairmen, Bette Nairn, Peter Morrow Executive Secretary, Barbara Nordby I Decorations, Virginia Hamilton, Will Parry Publicity, John Grant, Patricia Riley, Jean Brown Entertainment, Harriet Malott, Richard Munger Patrons and Patronesses, Lawrence Williams, June Anderson Music, Emily Kollenborn Business Managers, Mason Keeler, Harold Scheldt Programs, Ray Norman, Harriett Tibbals, Robert Boyd Prize Dance, Richard Schwenk Euadq llndwu CTOP ROWJ TOM ULLMAN Made his numerals in football . . . decided he needed more exercise so he turned out for crew . . . is making his numerals in track in addition to turning out for spring football practice. BETTE NAIRN AND PETER MORROW They did a good job of organizing the Frosh dance . . . capable co-chairmen of the "strike." VIRGINIA HAMILTON Capable . . . energetic . . . she accepts hours and hours of work and thanks you for it . . . that smile and that ability have carried her into practically every field of activity at the University. KSECOND ROWJ LORETTA 0'BRIEN Queen of the Frosh Strikers . . . chosen for her personality and beauty . . . we'd join her union any day. MARTHA WAGN ER Always bustling about on some kind of important business . . . she just smiles at people and they End themselves doing twice as much as they had thought they would . . . makes the Wagner popularity started by brother Chuck a Washington tradition. CTHIRD ROWJ CAY GRIFFITHAND ED GUTHMAN The most outstanding freshman journalists . . . Cay is known for her work as a Daily reporter and as one ofthe indispensables on Tyee . . . Ed is outstanding for his sports work. CBOTTOM ROWJ NEIL HAIG One outstanding exception to the rule of "desc, dem, and dose" in athletics . . . his interests include crew, politics, and his studies as an Engineering major. BILL NEILL Captain of the freshman crew . . . representative of the best the class of '41 has to olier in the line of good sportsmanship, intelligence and ability to put people at ease. BOB VON RAADS- HOOVEN Sunny Dutchman . . . his expert skiing and charming grin have made him many friends since his migration from Holland to Washington. ll a , -A Q 1 , if 'iii arlick, Pierce, Gunn, Seefeldt tthehalfwmymafdc They came, they saw, they feel they've conquered . . . have abandoned all memoirs of high school days . . . greedily befriend senior friends . . . pal around with juniors . . . but ignore the lowly freshmen. 1937-38 was another round of beard-growing contests and carnivals . . . the month of November was a stiff hairy month when popular brands of shaving soap were ignored . . . and the month of May provided the campus With its second all-University carnival-all of the yelling, screaming riots of sideshows and "acts," SOPHOMORE OFFICERS President, William Garlick Vice-President, Gloria Pierce Secretary, Cleata Gunn Treasurer, Raymond Seefeldt 2 Au Pzmd apihem HARRY McGUANE Fireball . . . it was his hard work that put over the publicity for the Sophomore Carnival. "TUBBY" STEWART Knows more people than anyone else in school, and those people are his friends . . . directed a crackerjack Sophomore Carnival . . . takes over the class presidency next year. HOWARD BURKE Energetic . . . his electric words brought out a record audience to the Song Fest . . . everybody was disappointed when he didn't sing. CSECOND ROWJ BETTY BROUILLETTE When she smiles she bubbles all over . . . she's as well-known for her personality as she is for her imposing' activity record. PHYLLIS HOWARD Sincere . , . she just loves to smile and can't help dimpling while she's doing it . . . typical coed . . . sweater and skirt her favorite clothes . . . activity record already fills three cards in the point system tile. JIMMY CRANE His life is built on rhythm , . . leader of Ballet Moose Band . . . yell king for next year . . . his good nature and friendly grin are infectious. CTHIRD ROWJ ZOE SMITH Nationally prominent athlete . . . finalist in city badminton tournament . . . awfully modest, but those who know her best say she's awfully sweet. DOROTHY PARKS, BETTY BELLE MORRISON BARBARA CURRAN, BEVERLY ROLIN These four are A. W. S. officers for next year . . . Brainy Barbara . . . Delightful Dorothy . . . Beautiful Beverly . . . Brilliant Bette Belle. CBOTTOM ROWD SOPH CARNIVAL W. Af.hits the Sophomore Carnival in the form of a gay nineties act. CAMPUS QUEENS GO UBANGI lliams, Brandt, Evans ,EFI "' v 1 Q .rw -. 05x 9900594 You'1l ind this class in Education Hall . . . frantically searching for a major . . . regretting that underclassmen stage Where they simply rested . . . regretting that upperclassmen stage which comes so near to the end. The third year students took to the sea this year . . . the all-University Junior Prom featured the King Neptune theme at the Trianon, March 4. A constitution that changed all class constitutions . . . the Junior class proposed one that provided for presidents to elect eight representatives from their class . . . the groups formed executive boards. JUNIOR OFFICERS President, John Evans Vice-President, Catherine Betts Secretary, Eileen Brandt Treasurer, Rose Williams 4 0 ithlats I KTOP ROWJ ELEANOR BIRD la Birdie" is tops as far as the Washington women are concerned . . . she's A. W. S. president for next year. . . she built up the Coed Counselors into a useful committee and now she's the best Coed Counselor of all. GENE VRADENBERG Captain of the Women's Rifle Team . . . eagle-eyed Gene consistently out-shoots all competitors . . . blond, blue-eyed, and cheerful . . . won friends for Washington on the team's out-of-town trips. LUCILLE WENDROW Prominent junior journalist . . . lilting laugh and delightful personality . . . headed for great things. CMIDDLE ROWJ HENRY KESSLER Editor of The Daily while he is still a junior. . . "Hank" has the soul of a writer . . . his word combinations amaze the University every time he writes an editorial . . . but he gets results. LEWIS ARMSTRONG Three years of preparation have fitted him to be A. S, U. W. President . . . his training includes debate, and contacts with other schools to find out how they run their student government . . . is shown being congratulated by Mack Koon, this year's top man, CBOTTOM ROWJ PATSY JACKSON AND HUNT PATERSON A. S. U. W. Secretary and Vice- President . . . Patsy is cute, blond. and the sweetheart of. the Fijis . . . Hunt loves to open meetings and take over gavels. ED BLACK AND ROSE WILLIAMS The most prominent political couple on the campus . . . each is the other's best manager . . . they helped put over the Varsity Ball together. DICK VOELKER AND ART MORGAN Believe it or not, these two brawny athletes are art majors . . . and they're really good . . . they combine the asthetic and the athletic along with a lion's share of the Adonis. J' ali!! -V R' all ,' V' A Kopet, Shields, Casey, Crick Cmashilauns Ready to face the world and prepared to revolutionize it . . . in the class We see our future President of the United States . . . another movie star . . . prominent criminal lawyers . . . an author . . . an engineer . . . fathers and mothers . . . they stand shyly as they prepare to take their places in the world. Unified today, but spread all over tomorrow . . . the class that take their tests a week early and gloat while others complete final bluebooks . . . all thoughts are concentrated on the annual Senior Week, planned to complete the class' four years of college in a climactic manner. SENIOR OFFICERS President, James Crick Vice-President, Maxine Casey Secretary, Marjorie Shields Treasurer, John Kopet 'tw-f""fr aaudljfuzd qrop ROWJ CARL JONSON Considered the best golfer on the campus . . . has been the University champion several times . . . often shoots in the low seventies, which is good in any golf language. Reading from Ieit to right: HOWARD KENYON AND HAYDN HILLING They're the same person, but he changed his name . . . known to those who have tried to alphabetize him as "the student who holds the record for having files changed" . . . president of his house, and prominent in advanced army work . . . says some people still call him "Kenyon" and then look as embarrassed as if they had called a bride by her maiden name. CMIDDLE ROWJ MARIAN FOLSOM A fraternity sweetheart . . . a grade average of 3.9 in spite of the pulchritude . , . at home on golf and ski courses, and can draw a crowd with her singing any time. JOHN PHILLIPS AND MARGERY ROBINSON Parallel couple since high school . . . Marge won first in a national design contest, Johnny is an architect . . . president of Alpha Phi, of Sigma Chi . . . Mortar Board, Oval Club . . . honor grades . . . active in standards, president of Inter-fratemity Council . . . last year he made her the One and Only and this year she was the Sweetheart of Sigma Chi . . . some even say they look alike. CBOTTOM ROWJ VIC MARKOV Washir1gton's great All-American tackle . . . good-natured and friendly . . . one of the best-liked athletes on the Coast . . . now competing for the title of "Best Dressed Man." BETTY LOU MAUS First girl to sit behind the Columns editor's desk in a long time . . . one of the few for whom Junior Journalism had no terrors . . . a bundle of dynamite when it comes to getting in copy. iff? I me ' :L qs ff 1 '1 , 'lim 309 Carl Benson janet Andersen Noel Atkinson f5 Portland, Oregon, University College 1 O, X1 fix 'Q I Oswald Aaberg Seattle, Economics and Business Alpha Kappa Psi Edna Aas Walla Walla. University College Omicron Nu, Home Economics Club, Wesley Club, I. M. T. Club Frank Abbott Kent, University College Waddington Abbott Bellingham, University College Eric Abelson Tacoma, Forestry Elizabeth Abrams Salem, Oregon, University College Theta Sigma Phi, Daily William Acomb Seattle, Engineering Kappa Sigma, Scabbard and Blade Carl Adatto Seattle, University College Crew, Pi Mu Chi, Varsity Boat Club Purple Shield, sigma xi ' 5 Gordon Adams . Everson, Engineering Varsity Boat Club, Oval Club, Crew Pat Adams Seattle, University College Scabbard and Blade, Phi Sigma Alpha, Y. M. C. A. James Ahern Bellingham, University College Alpha Tau Omega. Glee Club Jean Ahrens Seattle, University College Alpha Chi Omega Doris Ainsworth Seattle, University College Phrateres Marshall Alexander Seattle, Education Wesley Club, Frosh Baseball, Studio Theatre Harold Alford Seattle, University College Scabbard and Blade Constance Alton Seattle, University College Austin Hall Beth Anderson Seattle, University College Sigma Tau Alpha, Phrateres Bernard Anderson Seattle, Economics and Business Daisy Anderson Seattle. University College Phrateres, Home Economics Club Jane Anderson Yakima, Economics and Business Alpha Delta Pi. Columns joel Anderson Seattle, Engineering A. I. E. E., Intramural Baseball 1 'sf il: 1- Phyllis Anderson Seattle, University College Home Economics Club, Omicron Nu Richard Anderson Seattle, Mines Delta Upsilon, Mines Society Sidney Anderson Tacoma. Law Sigma Chi, Y. M. C. A. Harriet Ansart Seattle, University College Phrateres, Y. W. C. A. Frank Ansley Tacoma, Forestry Xi Sigma Pi, Forest Club Charles Applegate Hackensack, N. J., University College Varsity Boat Club, Crew james Arms Seattle, Economics and Business Phi Kappa Psi Margaret Arneman Burlington, University College Alpha Delta Pi Margaret Arneson Portland, Oregon, University College Gamma Phi Beta, Mortar Board, Totem Club, A. W. S. Council, NWN Key John Ashe Granite Falls, Economics and Business Sigma Chi, Transportation Club Donald Aska Seattle, University College Rose Altose Bellingham, University College Phi Mu Gamma, Penthouse Theater Helmer Asplund Raymond, University College . Sigma Delta Chi, Oval Club, Studio Theatre Chairman clsligh School Leaders' onference Raymond Manager Ballet Moose, ilunior Prom, Puyallup, University College Board of Control Waitsburg, Engineering Malamutes, Psi Chi, Phi Sigma Kappa, Varsity Ball, Tyee, Junior Prom, Daily Wallace Atkinson Seattle, University College Phi Gamma Delta, Scabbard and Blade Everett Austin Hoquiam, University College Phi Kappa Sigma, Big "W" Club, Grays Harbor Club, PE Club, Football, Track Thomas Babshonik Black Diamond, Mines Tau Beta Pi, Sigma Xi Aloysius Bailey Chehalis, Pharmacy John Baisch Tacoma, Mines Delta Kappa Epsilon, Tyee, Daily, Scabbard and Blade, Phi Alpha Rho, Newman Club, A. I. M. E. Bernice Baker Brownsville, Pharmacy Rho Chi Gilbert Baker Seattle, Economics and Business Compass and Chart. Beta Alpha Psi, Swimming Willis Baker Portland, Oregon, Economics and Business Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Pan Xenia, Crew Martin Bambico Bauang, P. I., University College Filipino Club Raymond Banks Seattle, University College Tillicum . Ellzabeth Bannister Yakima, University College Delta Delta Delta, Wesley Club, Totem Club, Y. W. C. A., Sigma Epsilon Sigma, Alpha Kappa Delta N I - I G9 Kenneth Barkey Auburn, Engineering Tau Beta Pi, Phi Lambda Upsilon Ammonii Socii Ellen Barr New London, Conn., Education Delta Phi Alpha Maxine Rae Bartley Vancouver, University College PE Club, Varsity Rifiery, Swimming Club Ferne Base '.Seattle, University College Kappa Delta, A. W. S., Y. W. C. A., Penthouse, Panhellenic Gordon Bath Goldendale, Engineering Alpha Tau Omega Margaret Bathen Custer, University College Caroline Battin Seattle, University College Phi Mu, Glee Club, A. W. S., Y. W. C. A.. Chorus Warren Beall Vancouver, B. C., Engineering Reserve Oilicers Association llll, Helen Muree Beck Seattle. University College Zeta Tau Alpha, Alaska Club Brand Bede Tacoma. University College Sigma Phi Epsilon, Pre-Medic Club Lily Beggs Seattle, University College Dorothy Bell Seattle, University College PE Club, Intramural Sports John Bell Seattle, Mines Phi Kappa Tau, A. I. M. E., Engineering Council Kenneth Bell Seattle, Economics and Business Scabbard and Blade, Secretary-Treasurer Pan Xenia Mary Frances Bendzulla Everett, Universitv College Vice-President, Phrateres, Cinderella Ball, Varsity Show, Ad Club Adele Bened1ct Seattle, University College Sigma Kappa. Junior Prom, Election Committee 3 s., X fJ Lo- JO Jack Benjamin Seattle, Engineering Tau Beta Pi james Bennett Vancouver, University College Crew William Bennett Munro. University College Lambda Chi Alpha Garfield Bensen Seattle, University College Alpha Kappa Psi Mt. Vernon, Economics and Business Margaret Benson Bottineau, N. D., University College Irwin Berch Seattle, University College Phi Lambda Upsilon, Zeta Mu Tau, Varsity Wrestling, Intramural Athletics, Scholarship Certificate julian Berch Seattle, University College Phi Lambda Upsilon, Zeta Mu Tau, Intramural Athletics L - weft f Richard Bergholz Sedro-Woolley, University College Pi Kappa Alpha, Sigma Delta Chi, Daily Sports Editor, Tyee Sports Editor, Band, Frosh Tennis Jane Berkey Spokane, University College Alpha Xi Delta Harry Bernow Seattle, Pharmacy Zeta Beta Tau, Rho Chi, Volleyball jane Bernstein Seattle, University College Alpha Epsilon Phi, A. W. S. Charles Berry Renton, Economics and Business Kappa Sigma, Compass and Chart Spiked Shoe Club, Track, Basketball LCWIS Berry Wenatchee. University College Theta Delta Chi, Band, Pre-Medic Club Bianca Biancone Seattle, University College Gertrude Bilbrey Grandview, University College President Sororia Gladys Birchdale Seattle,4Education Phrateres, A. W. 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Cabinet, Swimming Leonard Bonar Seattle, Engineering Theta Xi Edith Borger Mercer Island, Education Commercial Club, Bethany Club George Bowdey Los Angeles, California University College Alpha Sigma Phi, Compass and Chart Hugh Bowe Marysville, University College Atelier Barbara Bowen Seattle, University College Kappa Kappa Gamma "I , . ll' - Phyllis Bowen Seattle, University College Mu Phi Epsilon Ruth Bowles Seattle, University College Phi Chi Delta Elmer Boyd Seattle, Economics and Business Kathleen Boyd Seattle, University College University Christian Club, B. A. Women's Vocational Club Carol Boyer Prosser, Economics and Business Delta Zeta jack Bradshaw Seattle, Economics and Business Delta Tau Delta, Phi Alpha Rho, Newman Club Edward Brady Seattle, University College Adelphi, Forest Club, Crew, Ski Team, Columns Andrew Braff Seattle, University College Tau Kappa Epsilon A Doane Brakemeyer Seattle, University College Sigma Alpha Epsilon W1lma Branson Seattle, University College Daily Walter Bratney East Orange, New Jersey Economics and Business Alpha Kappa Psi Firmo Breda Renton, Economics ami Business Kappa Sigma, Big "W" Club, Football Lave Bresolin Seattle, Engineering A. I. E. E. Marion Bridgham Chelan, University College Edward Brighton Seattle, Mines Compass and Chart Mary Brilhart Seattle, University College Phrateres, Y. W. C, A. Lane Brinson Bellingham, University College Delta Kappa Epsilon Charles Briscoe Sunnyside, Economics and Business Beta Gamma Sigma joseph Brislawn Seattle, University College Sigma Nu Dorothy Brodsky Tacoma, University College Daily Tyee Home Economics Club Jane Broesamle Phoenix, Arizona, University College Kappa Kappa Gamma LeRoy Bronemann Fall City, Economics and Business Wrestling, Boxing, Tillicum Club Harold Brooks Bossburg, Pharmacy Alpha Sigma Phi Elise Brophy Seattle, University College 5 I - I U Gerald Brott Seattle, Engineering Pi Kappa Alpha, Varsity Boat Club, Lightweight Crew Glen Broughton Ridgefield, Economics and Business Arthur Brown Burlington, University College Betty Brown Seattle, University College Delta Zeta Fred Brown Seattle. University College Beta Theta Pi Helen Brown Helena, Montana, University College Delta Delta Delta, Newman Club, Columns Kathryn C. Brown Seattle, University College Alpha Xi Delta, Home Economics Club Mary jane Brown Seattle, University College Delta Delta Delta iiii Wilbur R. Brown Burlington, University College George Buck Seattle, Law Delta Kappa Epsilon, Scabbard and Blade, Rho Epsilon, Debate Guy Buck Everett, Law Phi Gamma Delta Robert Buck Friday Harbor, University College Phi Gamma Delta, Spiked Shoe Club Senior Track Manager. Senior Manager Council Elsie Buckman Seattle, University College Mortar Board, Y. M. C. A., Roger William Club, Vagabond Club . Y. W. C. A. Cabinet Audrey Burish Milton, Oregon, University College Newman Club Bernard Burke Seattle, Engineering Scabbard and Blade Rose Mary Burke Tacoma, University College Leary Hall 3 sly 9 '1- ul Martha Burkhart Seattle, Economics and Business Pi Beta Phi, Tyee, A. W. S. Concert, Frosh Week Section Leader, Cadet Ball Committee Alice Burnett Seattle, University College Kappa Delta, Sigma Tau Alpha, English Club Geraldlne Burns Wallace, Idaho, University College Kappa Delta, Women's Ensemble, Glee Club Margaret Burrus Seattle, University College Alpha Gamma Delta, Mu Phi Epsilon, A. W. S. Music Club, Matrix Table Chorus, Freshman Week Leader, Scholarship Banquet Jane Burton Seattle, Pharmacy Pharmacy Club, Newman Club, Phrateres Mary Busch Seabold, University College McKee Hall, Phrateres, Y. W. C. A. Delmer Buse Everett, Engineering A. S. C. E. Mary jane Bustruch Aberdeen, University College Phrateres 313 "- IN it-ve, px 'Q 1 X Robert Butterfield Seattle, Econcrnics and Business Phi Kappa Sigma, Lightweight Crew Interfraternity Council Elizabeth Butts Seattle, University College Alpha Chi Omega Carol Byles 'Montesano, University College Pi Beta Phi Robert Cahen Seattle, University College Sigma Delta Chi, Daily, Tyee, Columns, Purple Shield, Tennis, A. S. U. W. Athletic News Service Lewis Caldwell Bothell, Pharmacy John Callahan Yakima, Pharmacy Alpha Delta Phi, Pi Mu Chi, Rho Chi Ruth Callow Elma, Economics and Business Grays Harbor Club Valmer Cameron McMinnville, Oregon, Economics and Business Phi Delta Theta, Interfratemity Council K Bette Campbell Olympia, University College Sigma Kappa, Gamma Alpha Chi, Totem Club, A. W. S., Y. W. C. A., Ad Cl b Evelyn Carlson Addy, University College Pilgrim Club Grace Carman Seattle, University College Alpha Tau Delta, Nurses Club George Carnahan Sumner, Economics and Business Sigma Phi' Epsilon, Band Maxine Casey Spokane, University College Kappa Alpha Theta, Vice-President Senior Class, Junior Prom, Varsity Ball ack Cavan Seattle, Economics and Business Benson Chandler Olympia, Engineering Sigma Chi William Chandler Anchora e, Alaska En ineerin E 3 E g Tau Beta Pi, Alaska Club Emily Coates Yelm, Education Leary Hall Richard Codd Spokane, University College Theta Chi, Dramatics, Philosophy Club Jules Cohen Seattle, Engineering Tau Beta Pi, A. I. E. E., Student Affairs Committee, Engineers Council Stanley Cohen Longview, University College Zeta Beta Tau, Husky Swimmers Club, President Minor "W" Club, Senior Manager Minor Sports, Manager Varsity Tennis ey Elizabeth Colbert KA Philadelphia, Pa., University College U Elizabeth Colby I I 1,,L Seattle, University College Puppeteers Lee Chapman - Portland, Oregon, University College T Wilton Cole . Alpha Omicmn Pi acoma, Economics and Business Stephen Chase Seattle, University College james Cheetham Dutton Montana Engineering Propeller Club Kenneth Colvin Yakima, Law Phi Delta Theta Scabbard' and Bladia, Wesley club Sldll-CY C0116 Bruce Cheever Cedarville, Mich., University College Th eta Chi Harry Cheney Seattle, Engineering U Ammonii Socii, Phi Lambda Upsilon Duncan Campbell Seattle, Economics and Business Pan Xenia Margret Campbell Morton, University College Kappa Kappa Gamma, Mortar Board, Totem Club, Y. W. C. A., Faculty Scholarship Medals Ph1l1p Campbell Bellingham, University College Sigma Delta Chi, Daily Margaret Cannon Seattle, University College Phrateres Catherine Caraher Seattle, University College Phrateres, Totem Club, A. W. S. Council, Standards Committee, Home Economics Club William Cardwell Pomeroy, Economics and Business Psi Upsilon, Spiked Shoe Club, Track Manager, Managers Council Norman Carlberg Seattle, Engineering , A. I. E. E. ! Claude Carlson Seattle, University College Compass and Chart LeGrand Chenoweth Seattle, University College Alpha Delta Sigma George Christensen Leavenworth, University College Margery Church LaConner, University College Martha Clark Seattle, University College Maxine Clark Bremerton, University College Betty Clawson Seattle, University College Kappa Alpha Theta, Ornicron Nu Sigma Epsilon Sigma, Junior Prom, Matrix Table Barbara Clement Wenatchee, University College Delta Zeta, PE Club, Olympia, Economics and Business Jack Corkery Seattle, Forestry Tau Phi Delta, Forest Club Ellanor Cornwell Yakima, University College Alpha Delta Pi, Y. W. C. A. Council Phrateres 0 lb ills Illl Dale Correa Ellensburg, University College Pi Kappa Alpha jane Cortelyou Tacoma, University College Gamma Phi Beta, Tyee, Daily, A. W. S. Duane Cosper Walla Walla, Mines Lambda Chi Alpha, Scabbard and Blade, Cadet Ball, Chi Varsity Ball, Daily, Penthouse Theatre Catherine Costello Seattle, University College Alpha Chi Omega Catherine Coughlin Seattle, University College Volney Cousins Seattle, University College Zeta Psi Jean Cowie Seattle, University College Omega, President Totem Club, A. W. S. Council, High School Conference, Matrix Table, Scabbard and Blade, Propeller Club Women,s Sports Council Arthur Conley Kenneth COX Seattle, University College Purple Shield, Newman Club, Oval C1ub,SwSfiglE?'gji: W. E. L. Freshmen Track Squad, Debate Tyee Tau Kappa Alpha Y President Student Peace Council ' purine Shield ' Louise Conner Wenatchee, University College 6' Q Pi Beta Phi, Mu Phi Epsilon, 5 2, sigma Epsilon sigma, G.. '1- University String Trio CHQ vi S I Rena Cox - I G9 Merrill Conner Tacoma, Engineering A. I. E. E. Patricia Conover Seattle, University College Delta Delta Delta, Y. W. C. A. Arline Conradt LaGrande, Oregon, Education Blaine Hall Ray Cook Seattle, Education Sigma Phi Epsilon, Freshman Class President, Baseball Frank Cooper Portland Oregon Economics and Varsity Rifle Team, Matrix Table, ' Business A. W. S. Sigma chi Polly Clifford Melville Corbin Seattle, University College Supervisor Y. W. C. A. Wallle Breakfast, Music School, Radio Quartet, University Concert Band Wenatchee, Economics and Business Zeta Psi, Pan Xenia, Y. M. C. A Seattle, University College Phi Mu, A. W. S., Panhellenic, Rifle Team Don Coy Seattle, University College Beta Theta Pi, Big "W" Club, Crew Dorothy Craddock Seattle, University College Pi Mu Epsilon Betty Crandall Idaho Falls, Idaho, University College Blaine Hall, Home Economics Club William Crapo Portland, Oregon, University College Chi Psi, Varsity Tennis Jean Crawford Bremerton, University College Alpha Chi Omega james Crick Spokane, Economics and Business Phi Gamma Delta, Oval Club, President Senior Class, Fir Tree, Senior Football Manager Oval Club, Intramurals, U Carter Interfraternity Council, Ellensburg, Economics and Business Managerial Council Theta Chi yin R ,., ' na 'm ax 3 fm H' Q? iriwm 1 .H Q! HR ' 4 WA ,gxvlaav I . 1 X jerry Crollard Seattle, Economics and Business Alpha Delta Sigma, President Ad Club Phillip Crossman Sedro-Woolley, Economics and Business Pi Kappa Alpha, Beta Alpha Psi Evelyn Crown Seattle, University College Robert Cruikshank Yelm, University College Tau Kappa Epsilon Jerald Culhane Seattle, Education Scabbard and Blade, Pilgrim Club Catherine Cunliffe Seattle, University College Sigma Kappa, Y. W. C. A., A. W. S., Studio Theatres, Puppeteers Marian Current Spokane, University College Aipha Phi Gwenwyn Dalby Seattle, University College Sigma Tau Alpha, Y. W. C. A. S Mary Dalton Seattle, University College Florence Daly Seattle, University College Robert Davenport Seattle, Forestry Forest Club Betty Davidson Seattle, University College Gamma Phi Beta, Mortar Board, Totem Club, Beta Gamma Sigma, A. W. S. Council, Tyee Glenn Davidson Aberdeen, Economics and Business Phi Kappa Sigma, Intramural Tennis James Davidson Edmonds, University College Alpha Kappa Delta William Davies Union, Forestry Tillicum, Xi Sigma Pi, Phi Sigma, Sigma Xi Betty Davis Seattle, University College Kappa Alpha Theta David Davis Spokane, Business and Economics Alpha Delta Phi Thomas Davis Seattle, University College Scabbard and Blade Sally Dawson Seattle, University College Pi Beta Phi, Gamma Alpha Chi, Columns Thomas Dawson Seattle, University College Scabbard and Blade Charles Day Seattle, University College Varsity Boat Club Betty Dean Seattle, University College Alpha Xi Delta, Lambda Rho Belen Deguzman Manila, University College Jeannette D1n1us Seattle, University College Phrateres, A. W. S. Dance Group, Home Economics Club Jean Dobb Seattle, University College Alpha Phi, Omicron Nu john Dodds Seattle, Engineering Delta Upsilon, Scabbard and Blade, Rille Team, Cadet Ball Lawrence Doig Seattle, Engineering A. S. M. E. Filipino Club, Home Economics Club Norman Deiglmeier Frank Doleshy Seattle, Engineering 'S tl , E N N ' J B ' Scabbard and Blade, Ammonii Socii Aigaifa Epaucgrigggislifopelgrglifb 1 William Donahey if Yakima, University College QR Phi Delta Theta 1 Margaret Donald I ff VL, Honolulu, T. H., University College Donald Deits Seattle, Economics and Business Varsity Boat Club, Compass and Chart Van Demick Spokane, Forestry Tau Phi Delta, President Forest Club, Engineer Council, Xi Sigma Pi Dorothy Deming Edmonds, Education O. Avis Dennis Seattle, Engineering Jack Derrig Seattle, Economics and Business Beta Alpha'Psi, Beta Gamma Sigma, B and Raymond Des Camp Seattle, Forestry Tau Phi Delta, Forest Club, Xi Sigma Pi Albert Dickey Newcastle, Indiana, University College Augusta Dickinson Tacoma, University College Bernard Dickson Tacoma, Law Sigma Alpha Epsilon, President Husky Swimming Club, Glee Club, Swimming Team Edgar Dickson Tacoma, University College Sphinx Club Charles Dike Seattle, Engineering A. S. C. E. Ellsworth Dimmitt Seattle, University College Alpha Delta Sigma, Scabbard and Blade, Ad Club Alpha Gamma 'Delta Barbara Donovan Sekin, University College Delta Gamma Warren Doolittle Spokane, Economics and Business Alpha Delta Phi, Compass and Chart, Senior Managerial Council, Vice-President A. S. U. W., Basketball, Oval Club, Beta Alpha Psi John Douglas Enumclaw, Economics and Business Big' "W" Club, Oval Club, Football Lawrence Dowd Seattle, Economics and Business Pan Xenia, Beta Gamma Sigma Charles Duffy Portland, Oregon, Law Zeta Psi U Fred Duffy Portland, Oregon, University College Zeta Psi, Election Chairman Sally Dyar Waitsburg, University College Psi Chi Donald Edwards Spokane, University College Delta Kappa Epsilon Bob Eggerman Seattle, Economics and Business Alpha Delta Phi Burton Eidsmoe Shelton, Economics and Business Scabbard and Blade Ruth Ekdahl Falls City, University College Kappa Delta, Austin Hall, Sigma Epsilon Sigma, Secretary Women's Sports Council, Taps. Women's "W" Club, Westminster Club, Totem Club Marie Ellert Seattle, University College Omicron Nu, Y. W. C. A.. Home Economics Club Walter Elliott Shelton, Economics and Business Theta Chi, Football at ii llll Eileen May Ellis Seattle, University College Mabel Elsey Seattle, University College Swimming Club, Tyee George Emerson Hoquiam, University College Psi Upsilon Lewis England Yakima, University College Theta Xi, Basketball Manager Helga Enkeboll Bremerton. University College Leary Hall Carlton Ericksen Bothell, Economics and Business Sigma Chi, Big "W" Club, Ballet Moose, Football, Oval Club Gosta Eriksen Seattle, Education Chi Phi, Varsity Boat Club, Oval Club, Big "W" Club, n .. ,i - Mi or W Club, Crew, Swimming Arthur Erickson Seattle, University College Phi Mu Alpha 6' 3 sh -54 ct, V jane Estes Seattle, University College Daily Society Editor, Tyee, Theta Sigma Phi Dorthyan Ethington Seattle, University College Alpha Phi Byron Evans Kent, Engineering Tau Beta Pi, Sigma Xi Jean Evans Winslow, University College Alpha Chi Omega, Panhellenic Lois Evanson Tacoma, Education Leary Hall, Sigma Tau Alpha, PE'Club, Taps Richard Everett Okanogan, University College Phi Gamma Delta, Junior Track Manager, Oval Club, Spiked Shoe Club, Ballet Moose Margaret Ewart Seattle, Education Phi Chi Delta, Women's Sports Council, Westminster Club Richard Faris Seattle, University College Phi Sigma Kappa, Tyee, Columns 317 W-Zo J 'al' .I EK Violet Farran Seattle, University College Phi Mu, Chorus,1VVomen's Glee Club aps William Farrell Bremerton, Pharmacy Theta Xi, Sigma Xi, Rho Chi janet Fasten Corvallis, Oregon. University College Alpha Epsilon Phi John Favero Franklin Fogg Tacoma, University College Psi Upsilon, Basketball Manager Marian Folsom Seattle, University College Burton Foote Elma, University College Wesley Club Richard Forde Seattle, Engineering Pilgrim Club, A. I. E. E. Carola Forrest Everett, University College Independent House Council Glenn Forsberg Eleanor Gagan Seattle, University College Pi Beta Phi Elvera Gagliardi Tacoma, University College Alpha Delta Pi Ruth Gahnberg Seattle, University College Phi Chi Delta, Theta Sigma Phi Carnation, Economics and Business ,Jack Galbralth Hilt, California, Economics and Eatonvluef Ecanomws B usin ess Margaret Featherstone Wallace, Idaho, University College Gamma Phi Beta Jimmy FeBenito Philippines, University College Y. M. C. A., Filipino Club janet Feddersen Kellogg, Idaho, University College Gamma Phi Beta, "W" Key Herman Feinberg Seattle, Economics and Business Beta Gamma Sigma K Ann Ferguson Seattle, University College Kappa Kappa Gamma Paul Ferrier Raymond, University College Delta Tau Delta Robert Ferris Spokane, University College Alpha Delta Phi, Interfraternity Council, Varsity Ball, Freshman Week, junior Prom William P. Field Everett, Engineering Lambda Chi Alpha, A. S. M. E. Richard Finke Seattle, Economics and Business Pan Xenia Orven Fischbach Spokane, University College Sigma Alpha Mu Hettie Fisher Yakima, University College Thomas J. Fleming Tacoma, Forestry Tau Phi Delta, Forest Club I james Flint Seattle, Forestry Sigma Phi Epsilon, Interfraternity Council Florence Foster Woodinville, University College r Fx I li Richard Foster Seattle, University College Phi Kappa Sigma, Phi Mu Alpha Band, Orchestra Katharine Fox Seattle, Education Phrateres, PE Club 1 Martin Francisovich Aberdeen, University College Pi Kappa Phi, Grapha Techna, Grays Harbor Club,Ath1etic Manager Annabel Freeburn Seattle, University College Zeta Tau Alpha, Symphony, Alaska Club Wendell Freece Yakima, Law Sigma Chi Vivian Freelund Seattle, University College Phrateres, Y. W. C. A. Council Edyth Freeman Seattle, Economies and Business Mortar Board, Phrateres, Totem Club, Beta Gamma Sigma Donald Freshwater Seattle, University College Phi Gamma Delta, Pi Mu Chi Carolyn Fryar Seattle, University College Sigma Kappa, A. W. S., Y. W. C. A Panhellenic Douglas Fugitt Seattle, Economics and Business Shoji Fukui Seattle, Economics and Business Japanese Students' Club John Fukuyama Tacoma, Law Donald Fullerton Seattle, University College Ammonite Club and Business Beta Theta Pi, Alpha Delta Sigma, Business Manager of Tyee John Gallup Seattle, Economics and Business Psi Upsilon, Varsity Boat Club, Skiing jack Gannon Seattle, University College Sigma Chi, Secretary Oval Club, Big "W" Club, Basketball, Frosh Baseball Philip Gannon Burling, Engineering A. I. E. E., Tau Beta Pi Marion Garland Bremerton, Law Phi Kappa Sigma WraylGarn Yakima, Engineering A. I. E. E., Sigma Xi, Tau Beta Pi jack Garrett Seattle, University College Delta Tau Delta, Scabbard and Blade, Ski Meet Converse Gaspard Puyallup, Economics and Business 5 I - I Harold Ge Bauer Pasadena, California, University College Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Radio Staff, Studio and Penthouse Theatres Ernest Gentle Spokane, Engineering Tau Beta Pi Richard Gepner Seattle, University College Tau Kappa Epsilon Harry Gilbert Seattle, University Co-llege Psi Upsilon james Gill A Olympia, Economics and Business Newman Club Jane Gillam Seattle, University College Home Economics Club Stanley Gillies Aberdeen, University College Phi Kappa Sigma Chris Gilson Seattle, University College Alpha Delta Sigma. Junior Prom Chairman, Ad Club, Fine Arts Ball me ii llll Wallace Gittings Seattle, University College Glee Club joseph Glass Seattle, Economics and Business Psi Upsilon Chester Goodrich Seattle, Engineering A. I. E. E. ' Vincent Goon Seattle, Economics and Business Pan Zenia Doug Gould Seattle, University College Phi Kappa Sigma, Westminster Club Dwight Gowdey Seattle, Engineering Tau Beta Pi, Scabbard and Blade, English Council Treasurer, A. S, C. E. Maurice Gowdey Seattle, Engineering A. I. E. E. Kathryn Graham Aberdeen, University College Gamma Phi Beta, Grays Harbor Club 9 is it 44 'Z vi Robert Graham Spokane, University College Phi Delta Theta Elmer Grankull Seattle, Engineering Robert Grant Seattle, University College Phi Sigma Kappa. Scabbard and Blade George Gray Seattle, Economics and Business Phi Kappa Psi, Tennis, Phalanx Patrick Green Spokane, Mines Compass and Chart William Greene Clarendon, Texas, Forestry Chi Psi, Forest Club, Football, Swimming Robert Gregory Puyallup, University College Beta Theta Pi Wilfred Greime Wenatchee, University College Sigma Alpha Epsilon QQ pi? 1 ha: READ DOWNfI 319 Vac ,I 'a X' 5 xii Richard Griffiths Seattle, Engineering A. I. E. E. Spencer Gross Seattle, Forestry Forest Club George Gruger Seattle, University College Psi Upsilon joel B. Guin Birmingham, Alabama University College Tau Kappa Alpha, Debate Helen Guldberg Seattle, University College Home Economic Club Henry Guth Seattle, Engineering Alpha Sigma Phi Agnes Anne Haas Sari Jose, California, Graduate Robert Hage Seattle, Engineering Phi Gamma Delta, Tau Beta Pi, Engineering Council, Scabhard and Blade, Track Y. William Hagenstein Seattle, Forestry Vice President Forestry Club, Editor Forest Club Quarterly Irene Hagerstrom Seattle, Economics and Business Phrateres, Sigma Tau Alpha Patricia Hagman Seattle, Education Pi Lambda Theta, Tau Kappa Alpha, Women's Debate Manager, Women's "W" Club Marion Hahn Seattle, University College Newman Club, Phi Alpha Rho Richard Hainsworth Seattle, Engineering Scabbard and Blade, Glee Club Charles Hall Vancouver, Law Beta Theta Pi, Spiked Shoe Club, Phi Delta Phi Helen Verne Hall Snoqualmie, University College Alpha Chi Omega, Omicron Nu, Totem Club, Y. W. C. A. Jayne Hall Tacoma. University College Zeta Phi Eta Melvin Hall Seattle, University College Delta Sigma Phi, Scabbard and Blade, Spanish Editor "In Partes Tres" Nathan Hall Kelso, Pharmacy Ray Hall Ketchikan, Alaska Economics and Business Pi Kappa Phi, Alaska Club Walter Hall Brush Prairie Economics and Business Sigma Phi Epsilon Tillie Ann Hallock Kent, University College Alpha Delta Pi, Vice President Alpha Tau Delta, Ballet Moose, Orchesis, Varsity Ball, Pontiac Show Vernon Hallin Longview, Forestry Forest Club, Sigma Xi, Sigma Pi William Hamm Auburn, Engineering Tillicums, Ammonii Socii Kathryn Hammer Mt. Vernon, University College Alpha Phi, Totem Club, Theta Sigma Phi, Daily, Junior Prom, Homecoming, Y. W. C. A. Council, Tyee r 43 ,I Virginia A. Hanna Seattle, Economics and Business Alpha Delta Pi Virginia M. Hanna Port Alberni, British Columbia University College john l-Iannum Seattle, University College Theta Chi Audrey Hanson Mt. Vernon, University College Alpha Chi Omega De Ette Hanson Seattle, University College Y. W. C. A. Cabinet, Alaska Club, Phrateres Lorene Hanson Ellensburg, University College Sigma Tau Alpha, Kappa Phi Sydney Hardt Seattle, Economics and Business Phi Sigma Kappa, Intramural Handball Robert Hardy Bellingham, Forestry Tau Phi Delta, Forest Club Kenneth Hargreaves Seattle, University College David Harrah Seattle, Economics and Business Sigma Nu, Varsity Boat Club, Beta Gamma Sigma, Crew, B. A. Council Frances Harrison Seattle, University College Delta Gamma, - Sigma Epsilon Sigma, Y. W. C. A. Council, Tyee, A. W Martha Harrison Seattle, University College Kappa Kappa Gamma William Harrold Seattle, Engineering A. I. E. E., Adelphi .S. Robert Henderson Seattle, Engineering A. S. C. E. William Henderson Seattle, Economics and Business Pan Xenia Owen Henry Spokane, University College Phi Kappa Sigma Ronald Henry Yakima, University College Lydia Hepperle Seattle, University College Nurses' Club Q 0 Howard Harstad Pu allup, Engineering y A. S. C. E. - I William Hartley Ontario, California Economics and Buziness Varsity Boat Club, Pan Xenia George Hartman Seattle, Engineering A. S. C. E. Elmer Haug Tacoma, Engineering A. I. E. E. Byron Havens Spokane, Engineering Tau Beta Pi, A. I. E. E., Sigma Xi, Rifle Club Frank Hawks Tacoma, Engineering Kappa Sigma Robert Hawley Spokane, Economic: and Business Phi Delta Theta Marion Hay Spokane, University College Alpha Delta Phi, Big "W" Club Oval Club, spiked shoe club, Trait llll. Patricia Hergert Seattle, University College Kappa Alpha Theta Kenneth Hessemer Seattle, Economics and Business President Wesley House, Varsity Boat Club, Crew Hayden Hilling Seattle, Law Phi Kappa Psi, Forestry Club Thayer Hills Custer, University College Theo Hills Custer, University College Robert Hilpert Seattle, University College Zelda Hindin Spokane, University College I. 0. T. C., Sigma Pi- Wayne Hink Wenatchee, Engineering 3 33 V Lilly Hirata Seattle, University College Fuvo Kai, Home Economics Club, Donald Hayton 1, M, p, Club Mt. Vernon, University College - Sigma Alpha Epsilon Ruth Hlfst Chris Heirnbegner Ritzville, University College Theta Chi, High School Leaders' Conference Juneau, Alaska, Education Delta Gamma James Hite Arlington, University College Phi Sigma Kappa Barbara Hixon 5 I Seattle, Education Physical Education Club, ' I Women's "W" Club 'E' Harriet Hoffstater Seattle, University College Helberg Sigma Tau Alpha, Y. W. C. A. Aberdeen, Education Physical Education Club, Grays Harbor Club, Robert Hogan Honolulu, Hawaii, Law - Adelphi, Malamutes, Grapha Techna, Homecoming, Freshman Week james Harper Seattle, Law Intramural Sports J hzegrpsig d 0 Il O all Donald Helberg , Seattle, University College Longview, Economics and Business Sigma Chi Theta Delta Chi, Debate Manager . . . John Hollenbeck Vlrglnla Helm Seattle, University College Boise, Igaho, Urgversity College Sigma Chi, Sigma Delta Chi amma hi Beta Oval Club, Fir Tree, Columns Editor Win K fix' ' E X Dulse Holm Escanaba, Michigan Economics and Business Harriet Holman Seattle, University College Delta Delta Delta, Mortar Board, Totem Club, "W" Key, Panhellenic President, Y. W. C. A. Cabinet, A. W. S. Council James Holmes Seattle, Forestry Beta Theta Pi. Forestry Club Max Holsinger Seattle, University College Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Alpha Delta Sigma, Columns, Ad Club, Chainnan Night Club Mixer Cleo Holt Hamilton, Montana, Education Sport Council, Tennis Manager, Intramural Sports Lessene Hoobing Bull, Idaho, University College Douglas Hood Bellingham, Economics and Business Delta Kappa Epsilon Marion Hood Seattle, University College Kappa Delta, Y. W. C. A., Tyee, A. W. S. Council, Totem Club, Panhellenic Q Blayne Hopkins Tacoma, University College Masanari Horiuchi Seattle, Economics and Business Japanese Students Club Barbara Horrocks Seattle, University College Pi Beta Phi, Varsity Ball, Junior Prom, Sports Prom, A. W. S. 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Concerts, Junior Prom Don Ireton Seattle, Economics and Business Phi Delta Theta Virgil Irwin Seattle, Law Scabbard and Blade, Foreign Relations Club, Latin Club Robert Jackson Tacoma, Engineering Alpha Tau Omega Carl Jacobsen Seattle, University College Alpha Sigma Phi, Purple Shield Ricker James Seattle, University College Sigma Chi Mary Alice Jameson Seattle, Economics and Business Chi Omega Jack Jeffery Shelton, University College Pi Kappa Phi, Sports Leonard Jobe Seattle, Economics and Business Sigma Phi Epsilon Alice Johansen Seattle, University College Ellen Johansen Seattle, University College Iota Sigma Pi Brooks Johnson Tacoma, University College Alpha Sigma Phi Edna Johnson Seattle, University College Pi Mu Epsilon Elizabeth Anne Johnso Seattle, University College Phrateres Eugene Johnson Kelso, University College Evelyn Johnson Seattle, University College Home Economics Club N I -, l GJ Frances Johnson Spokane, University College Home Economics Club, McKee Hall Secretary Irwin Johnson Poulsbo, Education Mary Johnson Seattle, University College Zeta Tau Alpha, A. 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Charles Kambe Seattle, University College japanese Student Club, Pi Mu Xi, Sigma Xi, President Pre-Medic Club Catherine Kane Seattle, University College Kappa Kappa Gamma Walter Kastner Seattle, Education "W" Club, Minor "W" Club, Basketball, Boxing Ruth Kazama Seattle, University College Fujo Kai James Kearnes Spokane, Pharmacy Alpha Tau Omega Kenneth Keeling Tacoma, Forestry Tillicum Club, Forest Club, Wrestling Robert Keller Seattle, Law Alpha Delta Phi, Compass and Chart WEA 1, X ',x' o ' S X Mary Kellogg Seattle, University College Delta Gamma Lyman Kelis Seattle, University College Lily Kennedy Seattle, University College Kappa Kappa Gamma Phyllis Kennedy Seattle, University College Ray Kennedy Seattle, Engineering Phi Kappa Tau Marian Kent Seattle, University College Kappa Kappa Gamma, Panhellenic Standards Chairman, A, W. 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Council, Senior and Freshman Baseball Manager Alice Knowles Hardin, Montana, University Colleg Alpha Omicron Pi Winifred Knox Olympia, University College Austin Hall Isabel Koelling Latuda, Utah, University College Alpha Delta Pi Mary Lou Kohles Yakima, University College Delta Gamma A . Mack Koon Spokane, Economics and Business Theta Chi, Oval Club, Student Affairs. Student Council, A. S. U. W. President john. Kopet Spokane, Pharmacy Beta Theta Pi, Treasurer Senior Class, Senior and Frosh Basketball Manager Roy Kosaka Seattle, University College Japanese Students' Club Hans Koski Seattle, Engineering Tau Beta Pi, Rho Epsilon Sydney Kossen Seattle, University College Sigma Delta Chi, Oval Club, Daily Editor Audrey Kramer Seattle, Pharmacy Phrateres, Antilate Club. Y. W. C. A., A. W. 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Cabinet, Tyee, Panhellenic, Pilgrim Club, High School Conference Carol Larson Seattle, University College Alpha Gamma Delta, A. W. S. Election, Phalanx Donald Larson Yakima. University College Phi Delta Theta U Kappa Delta, Sigma Tau Alpha, Rifle Club, A. S., Y. W. C. A. Peter Krook Prince Rupert, British Columbia Engineering Canadian Club, A. I. E. E. Giro G. Kubo Tacoma, Engineering Tau Beta Pi, A. S. C. E., Japanese Students' Club, President University Japan Society Charles Latham Seattle, Economics and Business jackson Latham Spokane, University College Phi Gamma Delta, Chief Announcer Campus Radio Studios Wilson Latimer Ridgeheld, Education Robert Latimore Mountain Home, Idaho, Forestry Forest Club Charles Lawrence Seattle, University College Tau Sigma Delta, Pilgrim Club b Ralph Lawrie Yakima, Education William Leahy Whitefish, Montana Economics and Business Kappa Sigma, Fir Tree, Oval Club Virginia Lee Seattle, University College Omicron Nu, Phi Chi Delta id William Lennox Seattle, University College Sigma Phi Epsilon William J. Leonard Seattle, Engineering Lambda Chi Alpha, A. I. M. E. Lincoln L. Letterman Seattle, Economics and Business Compass and Chart, Intramural Sports Alice Levy Seattle, University College Francis Lew Seattle, University College Y. W. C. A. Cabinet, Totem Club, Chinese Student Club Leonard Lewis Randle, University College Alpha Tau Omega, Spiked Shoe, Junior Track Manager Roland Libby Seattle, University College Sigma Chi, Malamutes, Associate Rally Chairman, Associate Copy Editor Daily, Tyee Assistant Sports Editor Charles Lilly Seattle, Engineering Psi Upsilon 033 Ll. QC' J' Doris Lincoln Seattle, University College Sigma Kappa, Theta Sigma Phi, Daily, Y. W. C. A. William Linklater Puyallup, Mines Kappa Sigma Richard Linkletter Seattle, Engineering Tau Beta Pi, Sigma Xi, Zeta Mu Tau, University Rifle Club, A. I. E. E. Robert Lisle Tacoma, Education Chorus, Orchestra, Band Ruth Lisle Tacoma, Education Dorothy Livesey Yakima, University College Delta Delta Delta. Y. W. C. A., A. W. S, Kathryn Livesey Bellingham, University College Kappa Alpha Theta 4 Aldric Lizzotte Yakima, University College v 2 Buff ,959 4 S X Mary Logan Wenatchee, University College Blaine Hall Alice Longbottorn Yakima, University College Alpha Xi Delta, Y, W. C. A. Ralph E. Lounsbury Seattle, Engineering Sigma Chi, Compass and Chart W1ll1am Lowry Seattle, Law Sigma Phi Epsilon, Tau Kappa Alpha, Compass and Chart, Phi Beta Kappa, Debate Arnold Lubach Seattle, Engineering Ammonii Socii, Purple Shield Elizabeth Lucore South Sioux City, Nebraska University College Evelyn Lude Seattle, University College Omicron Nu, Home Economics Clu John Lundberg Seattle, University College University Christian Union, Varsity Quartet, Glee Club, Chorus, Madrigal Singers K. George Lundstrom Seattle, Engineering A. S. M. 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A., Waffle Breakfast Chairman, A. W. S., "W" Key, High School Leaders' Housing Chairman Conrad Mannes Seattle, Engineering Theta Chi Mary Ann Marble Tacoma, University College Leary Hall Victor Markov Chicago, Illinois, University College Sigma Chi, Spiked Shoe Club, Football, Wrestling, Track, Oval Club, Big "W" Club, Minor HW" Club Gertrude Marshall b Seattle, University College Alpha Gamma Delta or ,F John Marshall Seattle, University College Beta Theta Pi, Fir Tree, Managerial Council, Oval Club, Senior Basketball Manager Fowler Martin Seattle, Law Chi Psi, Scabbard and Blade, Purple Shield, Managerial Council, Intramural Senior-Freshman Manager, Scabbard and Blade Manford Martin Randle, Forestry Forestry Club Anacleto Martos Philippine Islands Economics and Business Filipino Club Marion Marts Seattle, University College Lambda Chi Alpha, Purple Shield, Senior Drama Division, Business Manager Studio and Penthouse Theatres Tatsuo Matsui Japan, University College Frank Mattes Mount Vernon Carolyn Anne May Everett, University College Kappa Phi, Pi Mu Epsilon, Phrateres Council, Tyee, Daily, W. E. A. Margaret May Seattle, University College Chi Omega Robert McAski1l Seattle, Economics and Business Delta Tau Delta Charles McCaughan Seattle, Pharmacy Theta Xi Russell McCloy Seattle, Engineering Compass and Chart Horace McClure Seattle. University College Theta Chi, Scabbard and Blade, Fir Tree, Yell King, Malamutes, Chairman Freshman Week Ellen McComb Seattle, University College Sigma Tau Alpha, Y. W. C. A. Ruth McCormick U Seattle, Education Phi Chi Delta, Sigma Epsilon Sigma Grace McCouch Haddon Heights. New Jersey, University College Nurses' Club Keith McCoy White Salmon, University College Theta Delta Chi, Tau Kappa Alpha, Y. M. C. 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W. C. A. Sigma Epsilon Sigma, Alpha Kappa Delta Mary Jean Mead Yakima, University College Chi Omega, Panhellenic, A. W. S. Kathryn Meagher Snohomish, University College Sigma Kappa, Daily Arthur Means Seattle. Engineering Sigma Nu 9 Q it -tl 'X vi Jack Meharry Seattle, Law Theta Chi Helen Melton Seattle, University College Kappa Alpha Theta , Secretary Omicron Nu, Junior Prom Sigma Epsilon Sigma l Howard Mendenhall Seattle, Economics and Business Economics and Business Sigma Chi, Football, Secretary-Treasury Big "W" Club, B. A. Council, Oval Club, Ballet Moose Harry Matthews Seattle, Economics and Business Betty Lou Maus Wenatchee, University College D. A. R. House, Daily, Columns, Independent House Council - l L9 Clarke McDonald Seattle, University College Sigma Nu, Minor "W" Club, Scabbard and Blade jean McDonald Seattle, University College Kappa Alpha Theta, A. W. S., Y. W. C. A., Matrix Table Ruth McDonald Seattle, University College Alpha Gamma Delta, Y. W. C A. W. S., Town Girls William McDougall Olympia, University College . A., Beta Alpha Psi, Beta Gamma Sigma, University Band Dorothy Menten New Westminster, British Columbia University College Gamma Phi Beta Coy Meredith Burton, Economics and Business Beta Theta Pi Ralph Merklin Seattle, Economics and Business Alpha Sigma Phi, Varsity Baseball Ivan Merrick Seattle, Law Wright Merrifield Bellevue, Engineering Sigma Chi, Scabbard and Blade 7 W-E-C , . phi Dorothy Jane Meyer Seattle, University College Sigma Kappa, Circulation Manager Tyee, A. W. S., Y. W. C. A. Edmond Meyer Seattle, University College Theta Chi, Crew, High School Leaders' Conference, High School Basketball Tournament Fred Milkie Seattle, Economies and Business Alice Miller St. Joseph, Missouri University College Charles Miller Seattle, Engineering Kappa Sigma Delia Miller Seattle, University College Dorothy Anna Miller Shelton, University College Dorothy M. Miller Pateros, Economics and Business Phrateres, Women's Educational Association, B. A. Women's Vocational Club K Lucille Miller Pasco, Graduate Maxine Miller Seattle, University College Alpha Xi Delta, Daily Robert Miller Seattle, Engineering A. S. M. E., Scabbard and Blade Thurston Miller Lauke Stevens . Economics and Business Margaret M1ll1ce Billings. Montana University College McKee Hall Mildred Mielkey Tacoma, University College Phrateres Wallace Millson Seattle, Economics and Business Scabbard and Blade Frederick Moe Seattle, Economics and Business Sigma Chi I Chester Moen Bellingham, University College Alpha Tau Omega Mildred Monk Seattle, University College Women's Ensemble, Chorus Donnabelle Moodie Seattle, University College Delta Zeta, Studio Theatre, Y. W. C. A. Barbara Moore Seattle, University College Sigma Kappa, Daily, Cadet Ball, A. W. S. James Moore Seattle, University College Polly Moore Yakima, University College Margaret Moran Everett, Education Kappa Delta Art Morgan Seattle, University College Beta Theta Pi, Spiked Shoe Club, Big "W" Club, Track, Grapha Techna Af W , 5 I ' - Ivor Morgan Walla Walla, University College Hide Morirnizu Sumner, Economics and Business A. W. S. Council, President Fuyo Kai Toshi Morimizu Sumner, University College Fuyo Kai Fanny Morrill Seattle, University College Kappa Kappa Gamma Luella Morris Seattle, University College Alpha Xi Delta William Morris Seattle, University College Varsity Band Helen Morrow Pomeroy, University College Lambda Rho Jane Morse Seattle, University College Secretary Westminster Club Nurses' Club Treasurer Arthur Mottet Renton. Forestry Xi Sigma Pi, Forest Club Dorthe Mount Waitsburg, University College Kappa Alpha Theta, Junior Prom Rebecca Mounter Linden, University College Alpha Gamma Delta, A. W. S. 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Edward Murray Tacoma, Engineering Engineering Council, Ammonii Socii Mary Murray Arlington, University College Alpha Chi Omega Alice Musser Delta, Colorado, University College Home Economics Club, Daily Business Staff LaVona Muszynska Seattle, Economics and Business Pi Sigma Alpha, Orchestra, Dance Drama Tsuyoshi Nakamora Tacoma, University College Japanese Student Club 'Q Frederick Nather Legion, Texas, Engineering Publicity Chairman A. I. E. E. Roff Neill V Portland, Oregon, Law Beta Theta Pi Neil Nellis Seattle, University College President Adelphi, Student Affairs Committee, Ballet Moose, W. E. L. 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Natalie Olmstead Seattle, Education Phi Mu, Dance Drama, PE Club Phillip Olson Enumclaw, Engineering Phi Delta Theta, Skiing I Wayne Olson Seattle, Economics and Business Phi Delta Theta John Oosterhoff Lowell, University College President University Christian Union Alfred opdahi Poulsbo, Forestry ,Kay O'Shea Spokane, University College Kappa Kappa Gamma, Junior Class Vice-President, Varsity Ball, Junior Prom, Ballet Moose Josephine Osterhaug Seattle, University College Clayton Osterhout Seattle, Engineering A. s. c. E. Robert Owen Seattle, University College Tau Kappa Epsilon, Zoology Club Edward Palmason Seattle, University College Tau Kappa Epsilon, Pi Mu Chi, Phi Mu Alpha, Varsity Quartet, Ballet Moose I. r A . Victor Palmason Seattle, University College Fir Tree, Track, Phi Mu Alpha, Big "W" Club, Minor "W" Club, Oval Club, Spiked Shoe Club Charles Palmer Seattle, Economics and Business Compass and Chart, Navy Riiie Team Esther Palmer Ellensburg, University College Phrateres, Kappa Phi, Home Economics Club James Panton North Battleford, Canada, University College Kappa Sigma, Big "W" Club, Track, Spiked Shoe Club Beatrice Paquette Seattle, University College Lambda Rho Margaret Parker Seattle, University College Zeta Tau Alpha, Kappa Alpha, Y. W. C. A. William Parker Seattle, Economics and Business Phi Kappa Sigma, Board of Con Homecoming, Varsity Ball, Junior Prom, Sports Ball trol, Max Parker Entiot, Engineering Tau Beta Pi Don Parkin Seattle, University College Phi Kappa Psi Clifford Parr Hoquiam, Forestry Sigma Nu, Forest Club, Scabbard and Blade Marge Parsons Seattle, University College Kappa Kappa Gamma Louise Partymiller Seattle, University College Y. W. C. 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Pan Xenia, Track, Columns Alvin Pearson Bothell, Forestry Forestry Club Verne Pemberton Spokane, Engineering U Kenneth Penchos Seattle, University College Secretary-Treasurer Alpha Delta Sigma, Daily Assistant Business Manager Yvonne Pendergrast Yakima, University College Phrateres, Totem Club, Omicron Nu, Home Economics Club Marguerite Penn White Bluff, University College Kappa Phi, Delta Phi Alpha Hanna Person Seattle, Economics and Business Verne Peterson Opportunity, Engineering Walter Peterson Seattle, Forestry Xi Sigma Pi, Sigma Xi, Forestry Club Mary Phelan Seattle, University College Delta Zeta Mary Elizabeth Phelps Seattle, University College Phrateres, Westminster Club Fil Daisy Philbrick Olympia, University College Delta Delta Delta Warren Philbrick Seattle, Engineering Phi Gamma Delta, Senior Crew Manager, Engineering Council, Fir Tree, Oval Club, Managerial Council Elizabeth Phillips Seattle, University College John O. Phillips Seattle, University College Sigma Chi, Tau Sigma Delta, Inter-Fraternity Council President, Varsity Rifle, Compass and Chart Kay Phillips Seattle, University College Pi Beta Phi, Drama Don Picht Seattle, University College Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Minor "W" Club, Golf Team Milton Pierce Seattle, Engineering Tau Beta Pi, Sigma Xi, Zeta Mu Tau, A. I. E. E. Munro Pineo Bremerton, University College Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Malamutes, Yell King 9 1 at Albert Plummer Kirkland, Engineering Big "W" Club, Baseball, A. S. C. Harold Plummer Seattle, Pharmacy Helen Poe Tacoma, University College Gamma Phi Beta, Mortar Board, Totem Club, A. W. S. Council Marion Pohlman Puyallup, University College Newman Club, A. S. U. W. Maurice Poimiroo Seattle, Forestry Forestry Club Robert Polachek Seattle, University College Trula Polwarth Spokane, University College Tolo House E. Jack Pottenger Vancouver, University College 2 , . m Q5 ax 11 X wg W gtg mm f xt 1 IUX -' EADDOWNJ IN 431, 1 , 4 .9 S+, y Gordon Potter Yakima, University College Sociology Club Gordon Powers Vancouver, University College Atelier, Varsity Boat Club Bronwen Pratt Seattle, University College Delta Zeta, "W" Key, Junior Prom. A. W. S. Elizabeth Pratt Port Orchard, University College Phi Mu, Daily Business Staff, . Columns, A. W. S. Delores Prerno Anacortes, University College Independent Council Edward Price Chicago, University College Rho Epsilon, Boxing jack Price Carson, Forestry Deta Upsilon, Forestry Club john Pruett Seattle, Engineering Stanley Pugel Seattle, Engineering Newman Club Hugh Purcell Seattle, University College Delta Kappa Epsllon. Penthouse and Studio Theatres john Quackenbush Redmond, Economics and Business Doris Quist Seattle, Pharmacy Alpha Delta Pi Ingwald Ramberg Seattle, University College Sigma Delta Chi Robert Randall Seattle,.Forestry Tau Kappa Epsilon, Forest Club, Quarterly Kathryn Randles Seattle, University College Alpha Gamma Delta, Sigma Tau Alpha Jean Rankin Yakima, University College Delta Delta Delta, Y. W. C. A. Mu Phi Epsilon, Orchestra I joe Rantz Seattle, Chemical Engineering Oval Club, Fir Tree, Axnmonii Socii Varsity Boat Club, Crew Ellen Raphael Vancouver, B. C.. University College Leary Hall Margaret Rathvon Seattle, University College Alpha Gamma Delta Margaret Rawson Spokane, University College Kappa Alpha Theta, Lambda Rho Elinor Raymond Seattle, University College Kappa Delta Milton Raymond Bremerton, Pharmacy Theta Xi Alma Reddekopp Seattle, University College Alpha Gamma Delta, A.-W. S. Edwin Reed Seattle, Economics and Business "7 Mary Reed Eldon, Iowa, Economics and Business Alpha Omicron Pi Richard Reed Seattle, Economics and Business Alpha Delta Phi, Purple Shield President, High School Leaders' Conference, Freshman Week Elfrieda Reifenberger Seattle, University College German Club, Home Economics Club Leslie Reinig Snoqualmie, University College Leary Hall, Sigma Epsilon Paul Reister Leavenworth, Forestry Tillicum Club Tordis Relling Seattle, Pharmacy Alpha Delta Pi, Kappa Phi Harry Rempher Seattle, Economics and Business Propeller Club, Minor "W" Club, Hockey, Freshman Baseball Nada Repin Seattle, University College Senior Girl Scouts Elizabeth Rhodes Tacoma, University College Leary Hall, Alpha Phi Herbert Rice Tacoma, Engineering Phi Kappa Psi Zola Rice Seattle, Economics and Business Sigma Epsilon Sigma, Y. W. C. A., A. W. S. Leonard Rich Seattle, University College 1 Big "W" Club, Alpha Sigma Phi, Oval Club, Baseball Mary Lou Richards Seattle, University College Panhellenic, Sigma Kappa Josephine Richardson Seattle, University College Underclassmen's Dance, Daily Business, Columns, A. W. S., Varsity Ball, Y. W. C. A., Junior Prom James Ridgeway Seattle, Forestry Forest Club Geraldine Ringstad Bellingham, University College Alpha Gamma. Delta Fred Ritzen Bremerton, Engineering Scabbard and Blade Katherine Robbins Seattle, University College Kappa Alpha Theta, Mortar Board, Totem Club, A. W. S. Executive Chairman, A. W. S. Social Chairman, Student Aiiairs William Roberts Tacoma, Mines Phi Kappa Tau, Mines Society Watson Robertson Spokane, Law Theta Chi, Malamutes Treasurer, Freshman Songfest Chairman Betty Robinson Seattle, University College Alpha Chi Omega Donald H. Robinson Seattle, Forestry Secretary-Treasurer Forest Club Margery Robinson Seattle, University College Alpha Phi, Mortar Board, Lambda Rho, Standards, Y. W. C. A., Columns, Panhellenic, A. W. S., Totem Club Phyllis Robinson Klawock, Alaska, University College D. A. R. House U Charles Roesner Longview, Economics and Business Theta Delta Chi Dorys Rogers Seattle, University College . Winter Sports Club, Taps Dominic Roletto Ronald, Forestry Tau Phi Delta, Forest Club, Xi Sigma Pi, Tillicums Marguerite Rolle Seattle, University College Kappa Kappa Gamma. ' Harry Edward Roller Spokane, Engineering American Society Civil Engineers Robert Rood Longview, University College Pre-Medics Club, Freshman Tennis Rodger Rosacker Spokane, University College John Rosenkranz Seattle, University College Phi Sigma Kappa, Oval Club, Varsity Boat Club iii Jack Ross Yakima, University College Zeta Psi Jean Ross Seattle, University College Kappa Alpha Theta, "W" Key, Board of Control, A. W. S., A. S. U. W., Y. W. C. A. Sylvina Ross Vancouver, B. C., University College Leary Hall Jean Helen Rothenhoefer Seattle, University College Omicron Nu, Treasurer Campus Christian Council, Wesley Club Vice-President, Home Economics Open House Chairman, Vice-President Home Economics Council Lloyd Roti Tacoma, Economics and Business University Christian Union - Madeline J. Rowland Seattle, University College Alpha Xi Delta Edward Rossman Seattle, Engineering Raymond Royal Seattle, University College Y. M. C. A., Varsity Boat Club, Lightweight Crew, Debate 5. Helen Ruff Seattle, University College Robert Ruley Mt. Vernon, Engineering Lambda Chi Alpha, A. S. M. E. john Russell Lakeside, Engineering William Russell Seattle, University College Sigma Nu Ann Ryan Seattle, University College Doris Ryan Vancouver, University College Home Economics Club, McKee House jack L. Ryan Seattle, University College Chi Psi jack R. Ryan Seattle, University College Band, Daily, Bardman, J. G. V. I Y r ' 333 1 ll 'V Yrs+, jane Ryan Seattle, University College Zeta Tau Alpha, Tyee, Daily University Symphony, Band, Choir, Orchestra Paul Ryan Bremerton. University College Tau Kappa Epsilon, Interfraternity Council, Ad Club, Daily, Newman Club Mable Rydholm Spokane, University College University Christian Union, Home-Economics Club Betty Ryland Seattle, University College Alpha Delta Pi 9 IX -Fry Noboru Saito Seattle, Economics and Business Japanese Students' Club, Pan Xenia Frederick Salmela Bremerton, Economics and Business Alpha Sigma Phi, Varsity Boat Club, Beta Alpha Psi, Managerial Council, Senior Frosh Crew Manager Burton Sand Tacoma, Economics and Business Beta Alpha Xi, Varsity Vollyball De Wahl Sandber . SI Tacoma, Economics and Business Beta Alpha Psi 1- janet Sanders Wallace, Idaho, University College Gamma Phi Hubert Sandoz Seattle, Economics and Business Delta Sigma Phi, Beta Alpha Psi, High School Leaders' Conference, Tau Kappa Alpha, Debate Neil Sandstedt Seattle. 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Council Edward Scott Clarkston, Education John Alexander Scott Seattle, Economics and Business Thomas Scott Seattle, University College Newman Club, Varsity Boat Club Lightweight Crew i 'CY Rex Sears Kent, University College Pi Kappa Alpha, Pi Kappa Phi Carl Sedore Seattle, University College Delta Chi, Oval Club, Senior Basketball Manager, Interfraternity Council Catherine Selander Bellingham, University College Leary Hall. Sigma Tau Alpha, Phrateres, Sigma Epsilon Sigma Pauline Shady Seattle, Graduate Delta Sigma Barney Shain Seattle, Engineering Patricia Sharkey Seattle, University College Theta Sigma Phi, Totem Club, Daily, Tyee, Columns Robert Sharp Tacoma, Economics and Business Tacoma Club Dale Sheckles Seattle, Engineering Sigma Xi, Zeta Mu Tau, Tau Beta Pi, Varsity Band, A. I. E. 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A., Panahellenic Scholarship Chairman Walter Stoll Seattle, Mines Alpha Delta Phi Valentine Stonjalsky Seattle, University College University Chorus Jane Storhow Seattle, University College Phi Mu, Y. W. C. A., Home Economics Club Willarnay Stradberg Seattle, Economics and Business Alpha Gamma Delta, Beta Gamma Sigma, Gamma Alpha Chi, All University, Dance, B. A. Council, Malamutes Songfest, Underclassmen's Dance, Homecoming, Ad Club Gwen Stranquist Ogden, Utah, Economics and Business Pi Beta Phi, Panhellenic 'ii 'iv , 1 UL Robert Stratman Seattle, Economics and Business Pan Xenia Betty Strehlau Seattle, University College Alpha Delta Pi, Gamma Alpha Chi, Theta Sigma Phi Treasurer, Vice-President Ad Club, Circulation, Ollice, Business Manager of Columns, A. W. S. Council, Daily, Sports Council, Totem Club, Matrix Table, Ballet Moose Publicity Chairman, Tyee Associate Bernice .Strong Vancouver, B. 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Wilson Seattle, University College Pi Beta Phi, Y. W. C. A., A. W. S. Council, "W" Key, Cadet Ball, Tyee, Concert Committee, Frosh Week Jim Winde Everett, University College Phi Delta Theta . Ro-ss Winde Everett, University College Beta Theta Pi Jean Wingate Tacoma, University College Delta Gamma, "W" Key, A. W. S. Secretary, Tyee, Home Economics Club Margaret Winger Seattle, University College Kappa Delta, Sigma Epsilon, Zeta Mu Tau, W. E. L.. Y. W. C. A. W. S. Barbara Winn Seattle, Economics and Business Pi Beta Phi, A. W. S., Golf Champion Eleanor Winter Seattle, Law Phrateres, Freshman Week, A. W. S., Secretary all Phrateres I 9 3 at -54 sf' Evelyne Winter Seattle, Law Phrateres, Freshman Week, A. W. 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Council, Junior Prom, Columns Curtis Wright Yakima, University College Mary Louise Wright Seattle, University Ca-llege Alpha Gamma Delta, Spring Dance, Penthouse Max Wyman Seattle, Forestry Forest Club Elsie Yaeger Mount Vernon, University College Floyd Yamamoto Spokane, Engineering Masao Yayoshi Seattle, Engineering Japanese Student Club, A. S. C. E. James Young Seattle, University College Stanley Youngs Seattle, Economics and Business Delta Upsilon, Oval Club, Senior Baseball Manager, Phalanx, Homecoming Chairman, Chairman Underclassmen's Dance junior Prom George Zeigen Seattle, Economics and Business Alpha Tau Omega, Transportation Club A William E. Zier Davenport, Economics and Business Galina Zlenko Seattle, University College 1 9 EEE An Open Letter to the Next Editor fwhoever you may belj of that weight-reducer called Tyee : RIGHT NOW We're where you'll probably want to be about next February-on the last two pages. And instead of dropping you a postcard then, when we have collectively recovered from Tyee-itis, we thought we'd jot down a few items from our scoreboard and send them along to you. FIRST we want to tell you about the different stages you'll go through so you can warn your friends before they come on and they won't be wondering if you have decided to change your type or are in love, like ours did. IN THE FALL you will decide there are really only three types of students-those who have had their pictures taken, those who haven't, and those whose names are prettier. You will be tempted to call them by their negative numbers and you'll start speaking to all those whose pictures are so familiar and they won't speak back because they haven't seen yours. WHEN WINTER COMES, it gets to the place where your family use the guest silverware when you are home for dinner and make meaningful remarks like, "We used to have four in our family but now there are only three and the Tyee editor." And students redivide themselves into the hard-to-spell, the obviously-spelled, and the Catherines, who may be disguised as Katharine, Kathryn, Katherine, Kathrine, Cay, Kay, Caye, Kaye, Kathie, Catharine, Kate, Katie, or Kathryne. And you learn that for a Catherine to be spelled Kathryn is to make her a complete outcast. WHEN SPRING COMES and you see people lying on the grass afternoons, you wonder what it is you have that they haven't and you have the first symptoms of a martyr complex. But you remember all the "Isn't Tyee a lot of work?"-"Yes, but it's so much fun we hardly notice it" exchanges, and realize you can't be too open about being a martyr. So you figure out a mathematical adjustment. This is ours: If one person could write, linotype-, mount and take pictures, run a press, and engrave, and if that person began work june 1, 1938, and worked six-day weeks with no vacations, he would be lucky if he reproduced this Tyee in time for the class of 1956. And you nobly dribble out your martyr complex by saying one person would have to work constantly for 18 years in order to put it out. WHEN WE REALLY WANT TO IMPRESS them we tell them that the material used in the cover would enable 250 coeds to strut in school-spirited beer jackets, and that if steak were substituted for the pounds of paper it would provide a family of five with meat for 15,000 meals. AND THEN, EDITOR, you will run into the problem of the seniors. just when you think you have them nicely organized and at least half of them labeled with the right names, another one pops up. After numerous poppings you wonder if anyone will be back next year. OUR LEFTOVERS ARE Tom Imori, member of the Iapanese Students' Club and a pharmacy major from Olympia, and Paul H. Knowles, a geology major whose home town is Tacoma. YOU WILL RUN INTO lots of problems in picture-taking. Professor Norman F. Kunde of Physical Education is here showing the new baby who was too young to have her picture taken before the faculty families section was printed. AND A WHOLE AFTERNOOIWS work is behind the picture of the son of the head of the Chemical Engineering department. just before Dick shot the chemistry interior on page 269, the boy was standing, watching the machinery, with his hands in his pockets. But as soon as he sensed that we wanted his tininess as a contrast to the bigness of the room, he started a junior track meet, entering all the running events. He scorned the offer of a nickel with, "I want a dollar," and after running up and down all the halls finally hid in the pictured locker. It took nothing less than an enthusiastic, "Well, here's Santa Claus!" to make him open the door into the ready camera. We still think he would have looked nice in that picture. You might remember the Santa Claus technique, Ed. . . . concluding one the Letter to the Next Editor WE HA VE A PERFECT DEFENSE for lack of accuracy, and we would advise you to shield yourself with one too. We have hgured out that there were 208,800 chances for mistake in handl1'ng just the names, pictures, and index. Leaving the thousands of words in the copy and heads, and all the things like pictures of houses and dates of founding for good measure, it means that we could make 208.8 mistakes and still be 99.9'M1 accurate. And who would throw stones at a percentage like that? fUST T0 GIVE YOU a clean start, Ed, and to start that game called see-who-can-5nd-the-most-mistakes-in-Tyee we are going to confess our worst ones here. No. 1- The Alpha Delt pin might have some significance on the DG page, but since it popped up on the ADPi page we are going to have to duck members of both houses-so don't you do it too. 1 IN ORDER TO SA VE ADPi's from having to wear Alpha Delt pins to identify themselves during rushing, we are showing their pin here. " ,KQ f. .f , . , . .VL X57 ' .1 A , ' ADDED TO OUR PIN-DUCKING LIST are the DU's. Only the newest pledge would wear it in its position on their page. Right side up it looks like this: , mr A .4 F .W- THE coNFEss1oN OF THIS MISTAKE really shows intellectual honesty because no one would know if we didn't tell. On the 298-299 feature spread, you will find an excellent picture of the winding stairway in the Denny tower, but in that picture it is unwinding. It should look like this: BEFORE WE CLOSE, EDITOR, we just have to enclose one of our "unusuals" which was too good to be left out. You've probably noticed the statues around the top of the library, but we'll bet you don't know who they are, so we have this picture of the back of them and of Moses from the front to show you. Some other historical figures who keep the watch with Moses include Adam Smith, Shakespeare, Grotius, and Gutenberg. WE COULD WISH YOU all kinds of abstract, sentimental sounding things, but we can wish you nothing better than a stat? like ours. You could find no better bulb-Hashers and angle-shooters than Dick, Bill, and the two Bobs, whose work is behind so many pictures. Walt peers out between the letters of every rightly spelled name: the spotlight form which Iean gave to the theme of the unusual runs all through the book along with her hard work: and the results of Gail's sleuthing are on every feature page. Virginia's thoroughness resulted in the completeness of individual pictures, and Cay, fanice, and Anna bob up on every page, checking names, getting pictures, writing copy, and filling in any hole with enthusiastic ability. The names of Betty, Mary fane, Sue, Dick Faris, Lucille, Kathie. jane, Betty Lou, Pat, Alice, jean Hudson, Libby and Dick, and all their statifs are indelibly written on these pages for those who know about the production of them. BUT EVEN WITH SUCH A GOOD STAFF, yOU will be helpless without a publisher who can make your most horn-rimmed thoughts attractive with color, and type and layouts, who will make every effort to complement your ideas with right visualization and whose crew will cooperate in carrying enthusiasm even to the binding of the book. WE HAVE BEEN LUCKY in all these things and in the work of the Dexter Engraving Company, which was under the direction of the publisher, Frank McCaflrey's Acme Press: in Kennell-Ellis, portrait photographers: in our sweetheart portraits by Leonid Fink, and in Clyde Robinson, graduate manager, whose past experience and interest were invaluable. GOOD LUCK, EDITOR, and you can't say we didn't warn you. fust remember that the old ounce-prevention- pound-cure theory is very applicable to deadlin-itis and all the other strange maladies that Tyee breeds. Sincerely, THE STA FF. P. S.-We hope your family can alphabetize too. And . . . if Tyee keeps any of your seniors from graduating, tell them they can always rent themselves out as student directories. 4 '. 9' if .5 Yif El fi Nur Qq, ,MCM 6' diigaeii i s onishing Anthology of Asp1r1ng Acolytes Aaberg, Oswald, 255, 309 Aas, Edna, 264, 265, 309 Abaquita, Moises, 177 Abbott, Frank, 309 Abbott, Waddington, 134, 309 Abe, George, 176 Abe, Morris, 176 Abelson, Eric, 309 Abernathy, Robert, 126, 220 Abernethy, Jane, 282 Ablan, John, 151 Abrams, Elizabeth, 266, 309 Abramson, Charles, 152 Acacia, 126 Acena, Bernardo, 177 Acena, Sergio, 177 Acomb, Byron, 138, 214 Acomb, William, 138, 245, 309 Adair, Kathryn, 264 Adams, Ben, 214 Adams, Bette, 18, 22, 25, 27, 113, 114, 264 Adams, Carl, 263 Adams, Doris, 46 Alderson, Virginia, 80, 107, 274 Aldrich, John, 246 Aldridge, Hervey Elwood, 51 Alexander, Alexander, Alexander, Alexander, Alexander, Alexander, Alexander, Dean, 138 Ira, 159, 274 James, 147 Jean, 106 J. L,, 51, 263, 264 Joseph, 249 Marshall, 309 Alford, Harold, 245, 309 Allan, Kathryn, 182 Alleman, Velma, 18, 276 Allmendinger, Pauline, 252 Allstrum, Jane, 77, 168, 230, 279 Allyn, Ray, 125, 135 Allyn, Wil Almklor, J liam, 51, 263, 264 ames, 252 Anderson, Anderson, Anderson, Anderson, 1 19, 275 Anderson, Anderson, Anderson, Anderson, Anderson, Anderson, Anderson, Anderson, Anderson, Anderson, Anderson, Anderson, Anderson, Jerome, 263 Joel R., 260,309 June, 77, 107 Marguerite, 62, 97, Marjorye, 167, 267 Marg, 167 Mary Louise, 105 Milnor, 131 Miriam, 117, 276 Peter, 126 Phyllis, 264, 265, sos Rex, 18, 127, 274 Richard, 77, 137, 309 Sidney, 309 Victoria, 50 Violet, 171 Warren, 158 Adam, Gordon, 188, 192, 241, 248, 250, 309 Adams, Adams, Adams, Adams, Adams, Adams, Adamso Henrietta, 267, 268 Jeanne, B5 Peggy, 88, 104 Pat, 309 Virginia, 184 William, 245 n, Dorothy, 106 Adkison, James, 268' Adatto, Carl, 51, 192, 193, 250, 268, 309 Agnew, Jean, 103 Agren, Harold, 192, 193, 250 Ahern, James, 129, 309 Ahlquist, Raymond Perry, 51 Ahrens, Jean, 100, 309 Almquist, Jean, 168, 278 Almvig, Benjamin, 152 Alpha Chi Omega, 100 Alpha Delta Phi, 127 Alpha Delta Pi, 101 Alpha Delta Sigma, 254 Alpha Epsilon Phi, 102 Alpha Gamma Delta, 103 Alpha Kappa Psi, 255 Alpha Phi, 105 Alpha Omicron Pi, 104 Alpha Tau Delta, 266 Alpha Tau Omega, 129, 266 Alpha Xi Delta, 106 Alton, Constance, 259, 309 Altose, Rose, 262, 309 Amano, Mary, 283 Ambrose, Elizabeth, 114 Ambur, William, 138 Ames, George, 245 Ames, Josette, 118 Amey, Raymond, 309 Ande, James, 138 Andreasson, Walter, 263 Andrew, Ila Mae, 85 Andrews, Bud, 217 Andrews, Glendon, 246 Andrews, Jane, 114 Andrews, Mary, 282 Ahrens, Rudolph, 146 AIEE, 260 Aiken, Wallace, 226 Aikens, Marjorie, 170, 185, 275, 277 Aikins, James, 214 Ainslie, Geraldine, 267, 276 - Ainslie, Grace, 267 Ainsworth, Doris, 183, 264, 309 Aitken, Margaret, 252 Akila, Hiram, 176, 215 Alaska Club, 277 Alberg, Vance, 135 Allen, Charles, 138 Andersen, Janet, 309 Anderson, Alice M., 266 Anderson, Arvid, 280 Anderson, Agnes, 277 Anderson, Barbara, 46, 77, 109 Anderson, Bernard, 126, 309 Anderson, Beth, 183, 276, 309 Anderson, Beverly Jane, 101 Anderson, Bruce, 263 Anderson, Carol, 173 Anderson, Charlotte, 259 Anderson, Daisy, 184, 264, 309 Anderson, Dorothy, 168, 169, 276 Angel, Eldoris, 88 Anger, Mary Jane, 78, 255 Angevine, Elizabeth, 106, 264 Angle, James, 204, 239 Anshutz, Bert Leo, 50, 204, 251 Ansley, Frank, 263, 264, 279, 309 Ansley, Patricia, 279 Anstett, Duane, 149, 282 Antony, Mary Alice, 282 Anunciacion, Lorenzo, 177 Aoki, Chic, 283 Appel, Helen, 170 Apple, Jane, 173, 280 Apple, Vance, 173, 280 Applegate, Charles, 82, 250, 309 Applegate, Theodore, 252 Araki, Toru, 176 Arbury, Ted, 133 Arends, John, 161 Arms, James, 144, 309 Armstead, Robert, 143 Armstrong, Ada, 266 Armstrong, Elizabeth Ann, 274 Armstrong, Josephine, 28, 46, 168 Armstrong, Lewis, 22, 60, 91 133, 243, 305 Arnall, Leonard, 126 Ameman, Margaret, 101, 309 Arneson, Margaret, 59, 110, 113, 124, 238, 240, 309 Ashbaugh, John, 157 Ashe, John, 151, 309 Ashida, Haruso, 263 Aska, Donald, 309 Asplund, Gus, 22, 61, 165, 241, 265, 309 Aston, Harriet Jean, 109 Athey, Caroline, 169 Atkeson, Clarice, 106 Atkinson, Dwight, 126 Atkinson, Hawley, 17, 160, 226 Atkinson, Marian, 110 Atkinson, Noel, 161, 243, 286, 309 Atkinson, Wallace, 61, 143, 245, 309 Atwood, Beth, 267 Aubert, John, 156 Aubert, Lois, 105 Auchter, Frank, 126 Auda, Marjorie, 77, 105 Auernheimer, A. A., 226, 252 Augustine, Elizabeth, 113 Associated Students of the University of Washington, 14 Associated Women Students, 24 Associated Women Students Activity Committee, 26 Associated Women Students Council Representatives, 25 Associated Women Students Coed Counselors, 27 Associated Women Students Confidential Files Committee, 27 Associated Women Students Executive Council, 25 Associated Women Students Freshman Standards Committee, Z9 Associated Women Students "It Is Done" Committee, 26 Associated Women Students Office Managers, 26 Associated Women Students Patrons and Patronesses Committee, 27 Associated Women Students Point System Committee, 27 Associated Women Students Publicity Committee, 28 Associated Women Students Scholarship Committee, 28 Associated Women Students Scrapbook Committee, 28 Associated Women Students Social Committee, 26 Associated Women Students Standards Committee, 29 Austin, Everett, 145, 194, 197, 241, 248, 280, 309 Austin, George, 139 Austin Hall, 167 Avann Averil , Sherwin Parker, 44, 45, 51 , Warren, 152 Avery, Jane, 109 Avery, Walter, 246 Avey, Avey, Eugene, 139, 214, 280, 274 Quentin, 139 Avison, Catharine, 114, 274 Ayer, James, 135, 282 Ayer, Leslie, 241 Ayer, Robert C., 151, 250 Allen, Dorothy Jean, 45 Anderson, Douglas, 59, 156 Arnold, Charles, 46 Allen, Edwin, 138 Anderson, Edward, 263 Arnold, Edith, 259 Allen, jean, 275 Anderson, Eleanore, 169 Arnold, Marguerite, 79, 116 Allen, Le Rene, 170 Anderson, Ethel, 267 Arnold, Philip, 135 Allen, Margaret, 264 Anderson, Frances, 103 Arnold, Vern, 131 Allen, Mark, 156, 217 Anderson, Fred, 75 Arntzen, Peggy, 264, 265 Allgn, Mary Jane, 28 Anderson, George, 138 Arold, Frances, 101 Allen, Ray, 154 Anderson, George E., 280 Aronow, Duke, 60 Allen, Suzanne, 17, 18, 62, 76, Anderson, Gertrude, 25, 27, 100, 280 Aronow, Willard, 136, 278, 282 77, 78, 97, 255 Anderson, Gordon, 246 Arrigoni, Louis, 45 Allison, Dorothy, 97 Anderson, Henry, 214 Art, Richard, 80, 132. 254 Allison, Jack, 137 Anderson, H, S., 263 Arthaud, Jack, 129, 213 Allison, Mildred, 167 Anderson, Isabel, 168, 231, 233 Arwood, Charles Eugene, 218 Albien, Grace, 170 Anderson, Jane, 309 Ash, Ellis, 137 Alderson, Theodore, 250 Anderson, Janet, 167 Ash, Robert, 250 't Q 1 no -' s 1 ,O - i?'Y'7ar' - .. fl., A .elif -,gpg Tlx . , een vl 'ff' ,f 1' px? '-fv,.VQx'45 , 1-5,1 '- -6 -Z 1 iii ', ' V' ' 1 1' . . . . -t , e zttlmg the B eneflts of B ulgmg Brams ,Fr - B. A. Council, 257 Badraun, Druscilla, 105 Baker, Douglas, 133 B. A. Women's Vocational Club, 257 Bagnall, John,282 Baker, Eleanore. 103, 274 Babcock, Florence, 275 B3g5h3W: Margaret' 109 Baker- Gilbert' 256' 309 Babcock, Miles, 145 Bailey, Aloysius, 309 Baker. .l0hIl, 139 Bailey, George, 53, 241 Bakefi MHU611, 257 Babshonik, Thomas, 52, 309 Baccus, George, 274 Bacchus, Harry, 145, 280 Bacheler, Virginia, 183 Bachman, Fred, 154 Bacior, Stanley, 256 Backlund, Ernest, 153 Bacon, Lloyd, 161 Bader, Dolores, 169 Bailey, Marjorie, 105 Bailey, Ro bert, 263 Bailey, William, 138 Bailie, Bob, 74 Baisch, Fred, 282 Baisch, John, 134, 245, 280, 309 Baker, Ber nice, 309 Baker, Carolyn, 108 Baker, Baker, Baker, Baker, Baker, Michael, 161 Peggy, 276 Sam, 77,142,215 Verle, 267 Willis, 149, 224, 258, 309 Ball, Margaret, 112 Ball, Norwood, 278 Ballantyne, John P., 50 Ballard, Bob, 214 Ballard, Zella, 252 Ballet, Moose, 70 Ballou, Edna, 119 Balmer, Carolyn, 46, 116 Balmer, Thomas, 33 Balser, Katherine, 276 Baldwin, Mary Jane, 100 Baldwin, Ralph, 15, 58, 142, 246 Balkema, John, 134, 246 Balshaw, Roland, 241 Baluig, Lee, 274 Bambico, Martin P., 177, 309 Bechtel, Rose, 46 Bampton, Frank, 246 Bancroft, Harold, 147 Banford, Al, 263 Bangasser, Paul, 280, 282 Bangs, Jack, 88 Banks, William, 111, 143, 223 Banks, Raymond, 309 Bannick, Barbara, 103 Bannister, Elizabeth, 62, 108, 240, 275, 309 Banta, Neal, 220 Barash, Jessie Ann, 77, 102,274 Barber, Winiired, 267 Barclay, Ged, 137 Barco, Terrill, 252 Barden, Willys, 47 Bare, Nancy Jane, 69, 92, 103, 266 Barfknecht, Marian, 267 Bargmeyer, Kurt, 280 Barhek, Barbara Jane, 50 Barker, George, 246 Barkey, Kenneth, 52, 309 Barkley, Barbara, 100 Barks, Ann, 109 Barksdale, Julian D., 50 Barlow, Charles H., 263 Barlow, Miriam, 100, 280 Barlow, Robert, 149 Barnard, Curtis, 72, 133, 165 Barnes, Thomas, 263 Barnett, Virginia, 275 Barnhart, Mildred, 252 Barr, Darrell, 214 Barr, Ellen, 309 Barr, Eric, 245 Barrett, Jean, 46 Barrett, Logan, 46 Barrett, Thomas, 138, 214 Barrie, Edith, 169 Barrons, William, 18, 130 Bartells, Betty, 267, 268 Bartholet, Suzanne, 116 Bartholomey, Edmund, 135 Bartlett, Patricia, 109, 262 Bartley, Maxine Rae, 230, 233, 252, 309 Barto, Bob, 216 Barton, Frances Eclair, 50, 258 Barton, Greer, 149 Barton, Margaret, 119 Barton, Paula, 17, 25, 29, 114, 242 Base, Ferne, 115, 309 Base, Maxine, 115 Bash, Mary I,, 17, 37, 50, 259 Basham, Nina, 267 Baskerville, David, 87 Bassett, Georgiana, 103 Batchelor, Burton, 246 Batchelor Theodore Haven 263 Bell, Jane, 118 Bell, John, 261, 309 Bell, Kenneth, 245, 258, 309 Bell, Theodore, 69 Bell, William, 133, 250 Bellinger, Jane, 168 Beman, Harry, 222 Beman, Raymond, 126 Benbow, Mary, 264, 281 Bender, Lois, 167 Bendzulla, Mary Frances, 309 Benedict, Adele, 119, 309 Benedict, Helen, 46, 119, 276 Benham, Allen R., 50 Benjamin, Jack Ralph, 44, 52, 261, 309 Bennett, Edith, 119 Bennett, James, 142, 250, 309 Bennett, William, 139 Bennett, William Albert, 263 Bennett, William Andrew, 309 Bennett, Viva, 46, 103, 276 Bennigson, Harriet, 102 Bennington, Melvin, 78, 137 Benskin, Edna Lou, 168, 276 Bensen, Garfield, 245, 255, 309 Benson, Carl, 131, 309 Benson, Gertrude, 172, 282 Benson, Henry, 139 Benson, H. K., 51 Benson, Kathryn Eleanor, 50, 51 Benson, Margaret, 309 Benson, Merritt C., 265 Benson, Theodora, 170, 278 Bentley, Lamar, 263 Benton, Mary, 112 Renwick, Olive, 171 Benziger, Jack, 158 Batema Batema n, Arthur, 58, 130, 24:4 n, Betty, 280 Baten, Ruth, 62, 108, 275 Bates, Alan, 241 Bath, Gordon, 129, 309 Bathen, Margaret, 309 Bathurst, Helen, 81, 114 Battin, Caroline, 117, 309 Battson, Helen, 77 Baugh, Baume' 1 Baxley, Baxley, Vera, 266 ster, Jane, 167, 185 Hood, 137, 268 Milton, 137 Baxter, Jack, 135 Baxter, Baxter, Bayden Bayley, Jean, 109, 275 Wilma, 118 , Mary, 79 Howard, 147 Baylis, Robert, 151 Beach, Donald, 246 Beal, Maud L., 50 Beall, Elizabeth, 100, 274, 282 Beall, Imogene, 121 Beall, John, 78, 144, 254 Beall, Warren, 309 Beamer, Elizabeth, 116 Beardsley, Arthur S., 50 Beasley, Hollis, 131 Beatty, Frances, 26, 117 Beaudoin, Paul, 280 Bechtol, Charles, 148, 196, 197, 214 Bechtol, Charles, 248 Beck, David O., 151, 274 Beck, Helen Murree, 121, 124, 277, 309 Beck, Muriel, 262 Beck, Richard, 263 Becker, Harriet, 252, 282 Becker, Marshall Owen, 45, 180 Becker, Nadine, 77, 105 Becker, Richard, 217 Becker, Troy, 280, 282 Beecklund, Herbert, 80, 135 Bedard, Joe, 145 Bede, Brandt, 153, 309 Beebe, Albert, 127, 217 Beede, Marjorie, 119 Beeman, Doris, 266 Beggs, Lilly, 309 Beidleman, Jean, 168 Bell, Chuck, 214 Bell, Dorothy, 252 Bell, Dorothy, 309 Benziger, William, 158 Berard, Katherine, 280 Berch, Irwin Bernard, 45, 309 Berch, Julian, 309 Bergamini, Margaret, 282 Berelson, Bernard, 50 Berens, Barbara, 266 Berg, Elmer, 223, 224 Berg, Florence Ann, 115, 274 Berg, Ralph, 133 Berg, Richard, 147, 268 Berg, Virginia, 53, 85, 277 Bergamini, Margaret, 267 Bergerson, Francis, 138, 243 Bergerson, Sigrid, 232, 252 Bergholz, Richard, 74, 76, 77, 146, 265, 311 Berglund, Henry, 77 Berglund, Ken, 74 BergstromQ Carl, 46 Berkey, Jane, 48, 49, 88, 106, 311 Berkey, Marian, 106 Berkowitz, Jack, 159, 217 Berlin, Prudence, 103 Bernard, Catherine, 264 Bernhoft, Richard, 277 Bernard, Ruth, 106 Bernow, Harry, 159, 311 Bernstein, Jane, 102, 311 Berry, Charles, 138, 311 Berry, Eudore, 219 Berry, James, 263 Berry, Mrs. James, 268 Berry, Lewis, 157, 311 Beta Alpha Psi, 256 Beta Gamma Sigma, 256 Beta of Phrateres, 183 Beta Theta Pi, 130 Bethel, Donald, 193 Bethel, Harry, 250 Bethel, Horace, 51, 52 Betts, Cay, 17, 25, 26, 62,116, 304 Betts, Richard, 148 Beuschlein, E. L., 52 Beuschlein, W, L., 51, 52 Bever, Robert, 246 Beverlay, Geneva, 184 Bevis, William Bellows, 50, 154 Biancone, Bianca, 183, 311 Bibby, Muriel, 112 Bickenbach, Marvin, 218 Bickford, W. C., 258 Bidstrup, Margaret, 30 Bier, Philip, 252 Bigelow, Gordon, 135 Bigsby, Harry J., 148 Big "W" Club, 248 Bilbrey, Gertrude, 311 Billett, Dudley, 278 Billson, Jeanne, 168 Bingay, Woolsey, 156 Bingham, Harry, 160 Bingham, Wellington, 143 Binks, Gladys, 88 Birch, Irwin, 218 Birch, James, 218 Birchdale, Gladys, 184, 311 Bird, Edward, 143 Bird, Eleanor, 17, 22, 25, 27,108, 242, 275, 305 Bird, Harry, 196, 197,248 Bird, Jeraldine, 311 Bird, Joseph, 143 Bird, Bird, Micheal, 208, 239 William, 217 Bird, Win W., 91 Birks, Paul, 263 Bisares, Apolinario, 177 Biscoe, Charles, 256 Bissett, Betty, 115 Bitney, Bill, 218 Bittman, Martha, 112 Bixby, Mary E., 238, 262 Bjorklund, Leon, 251 Bjorlo, Lloyd, 80 Black, Brownie Ann, 53, 114 Black, Edward, 17, 58, 149, 253, 305 Black, Myron, 135 Black, Patricia, 119,268 Blacklidge, Douglas, 137 Blackmer, Dorothy, 276 Blackstock, Raymond, 149 Blade, Katherine, 118, 311 Blaine, Charles, 149 Blaine Hall, 168 Blair, Jeanne, 119 Blake, Phil, 145, 274 Blalock, Alan, 131 Blanchard, Elsie, 311 Blanchard, Stewart, 263 Blaney, Eunice, 109, 122, 124, 264, 311 Blank, Philip, 252 Blaser, Mary Jane, 17, 230, 252, Blathen, Margaret, 264 Blau, Edwin, 158 Blauvelt, Lloyd, 158 Blechschmidt, Gordon, 280 Bliss, A. Jeanette, 264, 265 Bliss, Martha, 53, 182, 276 Blissard, Ida, 267 Bloch, Jay, 133, 220 Block, Mary Helen, 105 Bloechlinger, Bernice, 311 Blom, Charles, 46, 280 Blomberg, Mary, 167 Blood, Carol, 106 Blood, Robert, 246 Bloomfield, James, 153, 311 Bloomquist, Marian, 46, 114 Bloxom, Clinton, 142, 243 Blue, Junior Sauber, 311 Blumenthal, Carolyn, 102 Blydenstein, Helen, 267 Boag, Raymond, 280 Board of Student Finance, 15 Bobrow, Norman, 150 Bochnak, Vincent, 161 Boden, Jeannette, 77 Bodley, Grace, 232, 252 Boentje, John, 132 Boerhave, Hilda, 267 Bagan, Keith, 134 Bogardus, Richard, 137, 258,311 Bogart, Wallace, 133 Bogdan, Joe, 264 Boggs, Dale, 156, 311 Bogue, David, 132 Boley, Albert, 263 Boling, Lee, 139, 280 Bollerud, Alice, 107 Bonar, Leonard, 158, 311 Bond, Arthur, 136 Bonham, Kelshaw, 51 Boni, Henry, 192, 193, 250 Bonnell, Barbara, 116 Booker, Virginia, 262 Boone, Elizabeth, 77, 100,274 Boone, Isabel, 259 Boone, Lila, 276 Boothby, Pearl, 268 Boppell, Jean, 255, 281 Boral, Richard, 150 Bordsen, Roy, 133, 278 Borella, Lenore, 276 Borg, Jeannette, 117 Borger, Edith, 311 Borgeson, Jennie, 257 Borgstedt, Verran, 158 Borkland, Helena, 107 Borzo, Henry, 282 Boss, Anne, 77, 105, 275 Bostic, Thomas, 130, 243 Bostwick, Irene, 261 Bostwick, Jancie, 109 Botting, David, 149 Bottker, Anne Marie, 100 Bouknight, J. W., 51 Bouman, Klas Harris, 213, 278 Bourgaize, Don, 279 Bovier, Esther, 267 Bowden, William, 62 Bowers, Virginia, 267 Bovee, Jane, 252 Bounds, Verdun, 147 Bourgaize, Donald, 156 Bouton, Betty, 77, 109 Bowdey, George, 125, 246, 311 Bowe, Hugo, 311 Bowen, Barbara, 116, 311 Bowen, Betty, 116 Bowen, John, 156, 213 Bowen, Phyllis, 261, 311 Bowers, Jack, 282 Bowers, Ruth, 229 Bowersox, Glen, 256 Bowles, Ruth, 281, 311 Bowles, William, 126 3 Boyd, Elmer, 311 Boyd, Florence, 257, 276 Boyd, Kathleen, 257, 311 Boyd, Louise, 109 Boyd, Robert, 152, 274 Boyden, Mary, 27, 116 Boyer, Carol, 311 ' Boyer, Lyman, 250 Boyer, Uhland, 132 Boyle, Jean, 264 Boyles, Mickey, 167 Brachvogel, Jean, 107 Brackett, Bruce, 246 Brackett, Richard, 151 Bradbury, Keith, 137 Bradley, Lorne, 147 Bradner, William, 152 Bradshaw, Harriett, 267 Bradshaw, Jack, 136, 280, 311, 282 Brady, Edward, 311 Brali, Andrew, 154, 311 Brain, Patricia, 168, 233, 282 Brakel, H. L., 51 Brakemeyer, Doane, 149, 311 Braley, Vera, 168, 280 Brand, Gerald, 161, 243 Brand, Wayne, 246 Brandes, B. A., 263 Brandmeir, Kathryn, 101 Brandmeir, Lorraine, 101 Brandt, Berkely, 130, 250 Brandt, Eileen, 70, 262, 304 Brandt, Staliord, 138 Branner, Gordon, 258 Branson, Wilma, 311 Brant, Peggy, 267 Bratlie, Marjorie, 100, 242, 275 Bratney, Walt, 255, 311 Bratsberg, George, 263 Brauer, Lloyd, 258 Braun, Eva, 167 Brazier, Donald, 137, 246 Bready, Eileen, 101 Brebber, George, 217 Breda, Firmo, 138, 196, 197, 311, 248 Breese, James, 278 Brennan, John, 127, 246 Brennan, Kathleen, 276 Brennan, Victor, 142 Brennesholtz, Catherine, 108 Bresolin, Lave D., 260, 311 Brett, William, 153 Brewer, Donald, 131 Brewer, James, 280 Bridgham, Marion, 311 Brief, Lenora, 102 Briggs, John, 148 Brighton, Edward, 246, 311 Brilhart, Mary, 181, 183, 264, 311, 275 Brinck, Ralph, 263, 282 Brinkerhoff, Margaret, 169 Brinson, Lane, 134, 311 Briones, Cornelio, 177 Briscoe, Charles, 311 Brislawn, Joe, 152, 311 Britell, Lorilla, 267, 278 Broadhooks, Martin, 139 Brodsky, Dorothy, 311 Broesamle, Jane, 116, 311 Brokaw, Jane, 77, 114, 230, 274 Broneman, LeRoy, 249, 311 Brooks, Frank, 134, 246 Brooks, Harold, 311 Brooks, Robert, 134 Brooks, Stanley, 156 Brooks, Stella, 169, 256 Brooks, Thelma, 169 Brophy, Elaine, 62, 107, 274 Brophy, Elise, 113, 264,311 Brotherton, Joseph, 64, 110, 148, 278 Brott, Jerry, 146, 193, 250, 311 Broughton, Glen, 311 Broughton, Mary Louise, 278 Brouillette, Betty, 17, 26, 103, 303, 274 Broulette, Julienne, 29 Brower, Elaine, 102, 280 Brown, Arthur, 311 Brown, Bettylee, 62, 112, 276, 277, 311 Brown, Charles R., 152 Brown, Clyde, 280 Brown, Deming, 148 Brown, Donald, 280 Brown, Earlene, 252 Brown, Ernestine, 77, 78, 104, 274 Brown, Frederick, 130, 311 Brown, Helen, 80, 108, 282, 311 Brown, Hugh, 156, 246 Brown, Iola, 77, 109 Brown, Jack, 137,268 Brown, John E., 263 Brown, June, 111 Brown, Kathryn, 106, 264, 311 Brown, Lois, 259 Brown, Mary Elizabeth, 28, 119 Brown, Mary Jane, 108, 311 Brown, Mary Patricia, 118 Brown, Milton, 278 Brown, Miriam, 265 Brown, Priscilla, 53, 77, 109, 242 Brown, Robert Q., 52, 138, 278 4 4 3 Roberta, 264 Brown, Brown, Scotty, 282 Brown Stephen D., 239, 257 'Browni Wilbur R., 311 Brown, William B., 129 Browne, Joy, 108 Brownell, James, 151 Brownell, Richard, 151 Brownwell, Mabel, 112 Brunman, Joe, 282 Brunswick, Bonnie, 28 Bryan, Barbara, 113 Bryan, Betty, 185 Bryan, Helen May, 264 Bryant, Mary Louise, 107 Bryant, Mildred, 267 Bryce, James, 160 Bryden, Clifford, 263 Bubb, Wesley, 144 Bubnic, A. K., 214, 249 Buchanan, Dorothy, 267 Buchanan, Jeannette, 229 Buck, George, 134, 245, 311 Buck, Guy, 143, 311 Buck, Joy, 117 Kirk, 144 Buck, Buck, Robert, 143, 241, 251,311 Buck, Robert, 241, 251, 311 "-V,-X54 Buckhart, Martha, 118 Buckingham, Helen, 267 Buckley, John, 248, 251 Buckein, Brice, 154 Buckman, Elsie, 59, 238, 275, 311 Buckman, Lois, 46, 170, 275 Buckmaster, Betty, 17, 25, 26, 64, 119, 242, 262 Buckner, Dorothy, 105 Budnick, Frank, 280 Budnick, Louis, 210 Buehrer, Bob, 145 Buell, Les, 151 Buer, Marjorie, 267 Buerstatte, Fred, 147 Buhler, Mary Margaret, 116, 262 Bulchis, Robert, 263, 264 Bulkley, Dorothy, 267 Bullis, Audrey, 17, 111,113 Bunch, Billie, 280 Bunch, Mary, 184 Bundy, Martha, 53 Bunker, Sam, 22, 136, 244 Bunker, William, 252 Bunn, Robert, 263 Burd, Henry, 36, 254, 256 Burd, Jacqueline, 262 Rfe-'Xtfk 1+-7' Jff Q xl f Burd, Sherman, 154 Buren, Louis, 160 Buren, Newton, 160 Burgess, Mrs., 47' Burgner, Peggy, 169 Burish, Audrey, 282, 311 Burke, Bernard, 311 Burke, Howard, 18, 149, 243, 303 Burke, Rose Mary, 169, 311 Burkhart, Betty, 173 Burkhart, Martha, 311 Burkheimer, Helen, 118 Burnell, Charles, 246 Burmell, James, 46 Burnett, Alice, 115, 276, 311 Burnett, Bonnie May, 262 Burnett, John, 263 Burns, Harry, 265 Burns, Burns, Burns, Burns, Burns, Jack, 224, 278 John F.,143,160 Mary, 171 Mary Jane, 278 Mary Lou, 29, 181, 183, 242 Burnside, Robert, 255 Burris, Geraldine, 115, 311 Burrus, Margaret Jane, 103, 261, 311 Burson, Charles H., 260 Burtonk, Audrey, 282 Burton, Bruce, 244 Bruton, Jane, 282, 311 Burwell, Jane, 119, 229,275 Burwell, Virginia, 116 Busch, Mary, 170, 185, 311 Buse, Delmer, 311 Bush, Patricia, 266 Bushell, Muriel, 101 Bushnell, Margaret, 48, 49, 238 Bustruch, Mary Jane, 280, 311 Butcher, Helen, 100 Butler, Blanche, 267 Butler, Kathleen, 62, 105 Butler, Willard, 138, 252 Butson, Robert, 156 Butterbaugh, Grant I., 17, 256 Butterfield, Robert, 125, 145, 193, Button, Douglas, 153 Button, Lois, 115, 264, 274, 276 Butts, Elizabeth, 313 Buzzard, James, 280 Bye, Marjory, 46 Byers, Jane, 115 Byington, Clara, 266, 267 Byles, Carol, 118, 280, 313 Byrne, Priscilla, 267, 268 4 a tivating Cut-ups and Crass Conservatives , vi '-1 i gk - 3 , 5 -7 .ff-ffev, Wife, 5 ' 1 45.115 ,LS-if st - Cacabelos, Rufine, 177 Caddey, Eugene, 218, 249, 282 Cadle, Richard, 51, 139 Cadman, Edward, 160 Cadzow, Dorothy, 84, 168 Cadzow, Frances, 77, 168 Cahen, Robert, 22, 77, 265, 313 Cain, James, 132, 241, 248, 258 Caldwell, Ann, 115 Caldwell, Dorothy, 79 Caldwell, Hugh, 130, 250 Caldwell, Kathryn, 267, 268 Caldwell, Lewis, 313 Caley, Alice, 264, 254 Callahan, John, 127, 313 Calland, Robert, 246 Callin, Charles, 263 Callison, Donald, 134 Callopp, Venda, 46 Callow, Robert, 191 Callow, Ruth. 280, 313 Calwell, Dorothy, 119 Cameron, Shirley, 105 Cameron, Valmer, 125, 142, 313 Campana, Attilo, 264 Campbell, Bette, 78, 119, 240, 255, 313 Campbell, Betty Jean, 107 Campbell, Betty Jo, 109 Campbell, Duncan, 258, 313 Campbell, Helen, 168, 185 Campbell, Horace, 51 Campbell, Janet, 116 Campbell, Jean D., 280 Campbell, Margret, 48, 49, 59, 116 238, 240, 275, 313 Campbell, Mark, 46 Mary, 184, 252 Campbell, Campbell, Philip, 72, 179, 265, 313 Campbell, Richard, 129 Campbell, William, 144, 246 Canfield, Donald, 250 Cannon, Margaret, 184, 313 Caplan, Irwin, 75, 92 Capps, Eleanor, 169 Caraher, Catherine, 17, 25, 29, 165, 181, 183, 240, 313 Cardiner, James, 52 Cardwell, Hugh, 81, 148, 226, 251, 313 Carey, Alice, 267 Carey, John, 189, 192, 248,250 Carey, Paul, 154 Carkeek, William J., 152 Carl, Betty Jane, 62, 109, 275 Carlberg, Norman E., 260, 313 Carlin, Fred, 16 Carlisle, John, 129 Carlisle, William, 46 Carlquist, Doris, 74, 109, 274 Carlson, Adell, 173 Carlson, Andrew, 137 Carlson, Beatrice, 183 Carlson, Claude, 246, 313 Carlson, Edmund, 255 Carlson, Esther E., 101 Carlson, Evelyn, 264, 313 Carlson, Herbert, 280 Carlson, John, 160 Carlson, Lester, 220, 280 Carlson, May, 46, 77, 109 Carlson, Myrtle, 264 Carlson, Robert, 246 William, 52 Carlson, Carman, Grace W., 266, 267, 313 Carmichael, Joseph, 246 Carnahan, George, 153, 313 Carpenter, A. F., 50 Carpenter, Doris, 46, 59, 77, 119 Carpenter, Eleanor, 108 Carpenter, James, 217, 246, 249 Carpenter, Ted, 130 Carpenter, William, 130 Carr, Robert, 138 Carrell, Virgel, 263 Carroll, Mary, 46, 100 Carroll, Robert, 131 Carskadden, Pauline, 167 Carstairs, Margaret, 280 Carstens, Philip, 127 Carstensen, Robert, 126 Carter, Celia, 229 carter, Jean, 25, 26, ss, 117,242,275 Carter, Richard, 135 Carter, William, 244 Cartwright, Charles, 131, 246 Cartwright, Ed, 219 Cartwright, Marjorie, 107 Cartwright, Pierce, 129 Case, Janet, 77, 100, 274 Casey, Florence, 77, 104, 282 Casey, Maxine, 114, 140, 306, 313 Caskin, Margaret, 53, 108, 275 Cassell, William, 263 Cate, William, 263 Cathcart, Wallace, 129 Caughlan, Georgeannc Robertson, 50 Causton, Shirley, 108 Cavan, Jack, 313 Cavan, Kathryn, 120 Chaffee, Rose Mary, 267 Chalfant, Arthur Irrmann, 44, 45 Challacombe, Nan, 114 Challman, Arnold, 246 Chamberlain, William, 246, 280 Chamberlin, Douglas, 246, 250 Champney, Virginia, 104 Chandler, Benson, 151, 313 Chandler, George, 127 Chandler, William, 51, 134, 277 Chapin, Foster, 148, 219, 246 Chapman, Lee, 104, 124, 313 Chapman, Virginia, 168 Charlet, Josephine, 102, 274, 276 Chatmichael, Norman, 154 Chase, Elmo, 149 Chase, Stephen, 313 Cheadle, Donald, 263 Cheetham, Beth, 121 Cheetham, James, 245, 313 Cheever, Bruce, 156, 313 Cheney, Harry, 313 Ch'eng, Cheng K'un, 81 Chenoweth, LeGrand, 254, 313 Cherednik, John, 263 Chernick, Irving, 150 Chervenka, Olive, 173 Chess, Gertrude, 102 Chicha, George, 250 Child Spence, Louise, 275 Childs, Boyd, 205 Chimes of Phrateres, 183 Chi Omega, 107 Chi Phi, 131 Chi Psi, 132 Chisholm, Elizabeth Ann, 115, 280 Chiuminatto, Jos., 278 Christensen, Carl, 263 Christensen, Charles, 246 Christensen, Grace, 267 Christensen, George, 313 Christensen, Margaret, 171, 276 Christensen, Neil, 132 Christensen, Stewart, 156 Christian, Byron, 15, 239, 265 Christian, Edgar, 142 Christiansen, Caren, 268 Christie, Anne, 257 Chriswell, Kenneth, 263 Church, Curtis, 18, 161, 243 Church, James W., 263 Church, Margery, 264, 313 Church, P. E., 50 Church, Phillip, 132 Cichy, Elmer, 159 Clapp, Cyrus, 138 Clark, Alma, 252 Clark, Catherine, 79, 109 Clark, Edward, 246 Clark, Glaideth, 77, 101 Clark, Grace, 167 Clark, James, 133, 243, 246 Clark, Marian, 124 Clark, Martha, 264, 313 Clark, Maxine, 313 Clark, Neal, 139 Clark, Phyllis L., 109, 267 Clark, Ralph, 246 Clark, Richard, 160 Clark Ruth 169 261 Clark, Stanley, 129 Clarke, Marion, 62, 119 Clarke, William R., 129 Clawson, Betty Curtice, 114, 265, 3 Clearwater, Boyd, 137 Clefton, Claude, 246 Clegg, Catherine, 108, 275 Clegg, Kenneth, 211, 256 Clemen, Charles, 160 Clement, Barbara, 112, 313 Clement, Lucia, 167 Clemons, Juanita, 267 Cleveland, Mariella, 108 Clifford, Katharine, 119, 274 Clifford, Polly, 120, 313 Cline, Edith, 121 Clough, Ralph, 157, 258 Clute, Carol, 29, 100 Clyde, Ezna, 275 Coan, Ralph, 132, 246 Coates, Emily, 169, 252, 313 13 Coblentz, Jean, 114 Cobley, George, 137, 268, 274 Cockburn, Mary Elizabeth, 170 Cocknan, Mack, 138 Cochran, Lyall B., 52, 260 Cochran, William, 246 Cochrane, Wayne, 252 Codd, Dick, 79, 156,313 Coder, Ellis, 149, 243, 274 Codling, Alice, 53 Coe, Robert, 148 Coffman, Helen, 259, 261 Cogwell, Ruby, 233 Cohen, Joseph, 50 Cohen, Jules, 22, 52, 260, 251, 313 Cohen, Maurice, 74, 244 Cohen, Muriel, 182 Cohen, Stanley, 156, 313 Cohn, Sidney, 150 Colbert, Elizabeth, 169, 178, 313 Colbert, Frederick, 62, 250 Colby, Carolyn, 17, 24, 109 Colby, Elizabeth, 313 Cole, Kenneth C., 50 Cole, Robert, 224 Cole, Wilton, 313 Coleman, Aaron, 280 Coleman, Gertrude, 103 Coleman, Samuel, 150, 214, 249 Colkett, Emery Engle, 50 Collier, Jeannette, 30 Collingwood, John, 246 Collman, Gail, 61, 73, 76, 82 Collins, John C., 149 Collins, Rasmus, 133 Columns Editorial Staff, 75 Columns Business Staff, 80 Colvin, Donald, 149 Colvin, Eleanor, 103 Colvin, Kenneth, 142, 313 Calwell, Robert, 261, 263 Camber, Vivian, 170 Compass and Chart, 246 Concert Band, 87 Condie, Frances, 105 Condon, Herbert T., 17, 20, 37, 81 . 241, 256 Cone, Sidney, 245, 313 Conley, Arthur, 280, 282, 313 Conn, E11 Roy, 263 ' Conn, Jesse T., 260 Conn, Letha, 167 Conner, James F., 151 Conner, Louise, 48, 49, 118, 261, 3 Conner, Merrill R., 260, 313 Conner, Paulina, 280 Conner, Robert E. Lee, 147 Connick, Lucille, 46 Conolley, Paul, 143, 246 Connolly, Robert, 263 Conover, Max, 268 Conover, Patricia, 108, 313 Conrad, John, 246 Conradt, Arline, 168, 233, 252, 313 Cook, Austin, 160, 280 Cook, Barbara, 266 Cook, Farrel, 133 Currier, Cook, June, 107 Cook, Cook, Phyllis, 183 Randall, 130 Cook, Ray, 153, 209, 248, 313 Cooke rly, Madeline, 100 Cooley, Lucille, 119 Coombs, H. A., 51 Coon, Betty, 41 Coon, Jean, 41, 53, 118 Coon, Ruth, 41 Coon, Shirley J., 34, 41, 146, 256 Coonan, John, 142 Coonrod, L. Curtis, 263 Coons, Curtis, 211,248 Cooper, Betty 106 Cooper, Frank F., 151,313 Cooper, Kirk, 263 Copernoll, Robert, 250 Coplen, John, 243 COPD, Kathleen, 46, 282 Corbin, Melville, 125, 160, 226, 241, 313 Coreblum, Sylvia, 102 Corey, Alice, 267, 282 Corey, C. R., 51 Corey, John, 137 Corkery, Jack, 313 Corisis, Sam, 130 Cornelius, Betty, 26, 77, 80, 105 Cornelison, Sophia, 268 Cornell, Gerda, 77, 105 Cornu, Donald, 50 Cornwall, Marian, 105 Cornwell, Ellanore, 101, 185, 275, 313 Corpu Dahl, Dahl, s, Mateo. 177 Correa, Dale, 146, 313 Cortelyou, Jane, 76, 77, 113, 313 Corwin, Louis, 280 Cory, Herbert E., 282 Coryell, George, 127 - Coskey, Jack, 221, 263 Cosper, Duane L., 139, 313 Cosser, George, 179 Costello, Arleen, 100 Costello, Catherine, 313 Cotter, Virginia, B5 Cotton, John, 192, 193, 250 Cotton, Paul, 46, 148 Couglin, Catherine, 313 Countryman, Clive, 263 Countryman, Edith S., 266 Courney, Glen, 149 Courtney, Marvin, 129, 251 Court ney, Mary Frances, 114 Courtwri ht Ed ar 249 251 Cousi E , 3 1 . ns, Volney, 160, 313 Cowan, Patricia, 46, 77, 109 Cowie, Jean, 25, 107,240,313 Cowles, Edward J., 45 Cox, Charles, 252 Cox, Kenneth Allen, 44, 91, 164, 241, 313 Cox, Rena, 117, 124, 231, 233, 277, Cox, William, 241, 245, 254, 256 Coy, Don, 130, 248, 313 Coy, Frances, 107 Coy, Opal, 167, 183 Coyle, Rosanne, 262 Craddock, Dorothy, 313 Craemer, Barbara, 107 Craig, Clara Ann, 276 Craig, J. A., 50 Craig, Robert, 264 Craig, Russell, 246 Crain, Clark, 138 Crain, Richard, 245 Craig, Ruth, 115 Crarnlet, Clyde Myron, 50, 51 Crandall, Betty, 168, 264, 313 Crane, Jimmy, 111, 149, 227, 2 Crapo, William, 132, 211, 313 43, 303 Crow, Dorothy, 266 Crowder, Richard, 143 Crowl, Helen, 267 Crown, Evelyn, 315 Cruikshank, Robert, 154, 315 Crushee, Geraldine, 267 Crutcher, Bayard, 244 Cruver, Al, 195, 197, 199 Cruzen, James, 152 Cryor, Eleanor, 103 313 Crawford, Florence, 100, 274 Crawford, Helen, 108, 274 Crawford, Jean, 100, 313 Crawford, John, 141, 142 Crawford, P. M., 258 Crawford, Roy, 69, 282 Crego, Catherine, 169 Crichlow, Elaine, 167 Crick, James, 15, 122, 143, 226, 313 241, 306 Crick, Robert, 143, 226 Crimp, Carter, 156, 313 Crinella, Julie, 179 Croasdill, Charles, 145, 251 Crocker, Thomas, 149 Crockett, Dorothea, 108, 275 Crollard, Jerry, 161, 254, 315 Crollard, Veronica, 169 Crooks, James, 261 Crosby, Ellen, 118, 274 Cross, Clark, 263 Cross, Harriet, 267 Crossman, Phillip, 146, 256, 315 Croucher, Grace, 62, 119, 274 Cuesta, Domingo, 177 Culhane, Jerald, 61, 245, 315 Culmback, Henna, 114 Culverwell, Albert, 161 Cumbo, Marion, 183, 257, 276 Cummings, Don, 218 Cunliffe, Catherine, 119,315 Cunningham, Beryl, 119 Cunningham, Dorwin J., 152 Cunningham, Ed, 153, 209, 248 Cunningham, James, 280 Curd, Sarah, 109 Curran, Barbara Jane, 29, 44, 45, 53, 77, 114, 242, 303 Curran, Georgia, 53, 181, 264 Current, Marian, 105, 169, 315 Lorene, 106 Curtis, Bernice, 118 Curtis, Elizabeth L., 50 Curtis, Horner, 157, 280 Curtis, John, 134 Curtiss, John, 151, 246 Cutliffe, Frances, 108 Cuykendall, Robert, 263 tzful D1pIoma-Danglers from DIVGISG Dzrectmns Marcella, 46 Myrtle, 171, 279 Dahl, Norman, 261 Dahl, Ragnar, 263 Dahl, Stanley Martin, 45, 52, 261 Dahlberg, Clayton, 125, 146 Dahlgren, Edwin H., 51 Daily, 73 Daily Business Staff, 78 Dakan, Carl, 15, 81, 256 Dakan, Spencer, 129 Dalby, Gwenwyn, 276, 315 Dalton, Mary, 315 Daly, Florence, 315 Daly, Jeanne, 74, 77, 233 Dance Drama, 69 Dangel, George, 246 Daniel, Betty, 167, 233 Daniels, Carol, 117 Daniels, Joseph, 51, 52 Danilson, Thelma, 281 Danner, George, 277 Darragh, Jack, 138, 280 Darrance, Margaret, 264 Date, Bernadette, 283 Date, Mary, 283 Daugherty, Frederick, 280 Daughtry, C. C., 245 Davenport, Mary, 64 Davenport, Robert, 263, 315 Davidson, Betty, 25, 113, 238, 240, 256, 315 Davidson, Case, 131 Davidson, Mrs. C. F., 238 Davidson, F. A., 51 Davidson, Glenn, 145, 280, 315 Davidson, James, 315 Davies, Harold, 134 Davies, Herbert, 246 Davies, John, 138 Davies, William, 44, 45, 51, 263, 264, 315 Davies, Winthrop, 138 Davis, Betty Jane, 114, 315 Davis, Betty Katherine, 61, 107, Davis, Davis, Davis, Davis, C. C.. 51 David, 127, 315 Donald, 46, 127 Erme Nelson, 120 Davis, Frances Pearl, 44, 45 Davis, Gail, 29, 107 Davis, Louise, 264 Davis, Marian, 267 Davis, Davis, Davis, Davis, Davis, Davis, Davis, Mary Elizabeth, 276 Patricia, 46, 77, 109 Raymond, 36 Sidney, 149 I Sylvia, 115 Thomas, 245, 315 Valera, 281 280 Davis, Virginia, 108, 169 Davis, William, 154, 274 Dawes, Elinor, 46 Dawson, Jeannette, 103 Dawson, Opie, 246 Dawson, Sally, 80, 118, 255, 315 Dawson, Thomas, 282, 315 Day, Billie, 267 Day, Charles, 188, 192, 239, 250, 315 Dayton, Virginia, 77, 118 Dean, Betty, 106, 315 Dean, Dorothea, 61, 77,107, 167, Dearlove, Phylliss, 267 Dedman, Lucile, 280 DeDonato, Richard, 148, 215 Deery, Harold, 263, 264 Dean, Douglas. 220 Dearborn, Phyllis Ann, 50 Deaver, James L., 133 DeFelice, Edward, 256 DeFremery, Torrey, 168 DeFriel, Jay, 156 DeGrace, Robert, 246 280 Deguzman, Belen, 30, 177, 264, 315 Deierlein, Walter, 136 Deits, David, 246 Donald, 246, 250, 315 Deits, Deits, Gordon, 246 Delano, Lois, 255 Delany, Noel, 152, 261 Delos, Wilma, 263 Delta Chi, 133 Delta Delta Delta, 108 Delta Delta Delta Delta Delta Delta Delze Gamma, 109 Kappa Epsilon, 134 Sigma Phi, 135 Tau Delta, 136 Upsilon, 137 Zeta, 112 r. Doris, 252 Deming, David, 143 Deming, Dorothy, 315 Demick, Robert, 263 Demick, Van B., 263, 264, 315 Dennis, O. Avis, 315 Denny, Grace G., 50, 115, 259, 264, 265 Densmore, Harvey B., 50 Dent, Robert, 221 Denton, Jack, 149, 252 Derrig, Jack, 256, 315 Des Brisay, Helen, 167 DesCamp, Bayard, 280,282 DesCamp, Betty, 114 DesCamp, Ray, 263, 264, 315 DeShazo. Minnie Ruth, 50 Deucy, Charles, 250 d'Evers, Harry, 74, 142 Devlin, Robert, 138 deVries, Mary Aid, 69 Dewar, Dorothy, 281 Dewey, Loren, 149 Dexter, James, 110, 148 Dexter, William, 126 Dial, Harold, 46, 136 Dick, Malcom, 263, 264 Dick, William, 148, 217 Dickey, Albert, 315 Dickey, Frances, 261 Dickie, Alice, 112, 124, 275 Dickinson, Augusta, 169, 178, 315 Dickinson, Duane, 103, 278 Dickinson, Miles, 152 Dickinson, Norman, 151 Dickson, Bernard, 315 Dickson, Edgar, 315 Diekmann, Werner, 250 Diediker, Victor, 157 Dike, Charles, 315 Dikeman, Lydia, 266, 267 Dildine, Richard, 88 Dillaway. Winthrop, 138 Dille, J. M., 51 Dimmitt, Ellsworth, 245, 254, 315 Dingle, Martha, 261 Dingwall, Ewen, 191, 244, 250, 265 Dinius, Jeannette, 315 Dinwiddie, Roy, 61, 218 Dion Jean, 266 Dirstine, Philip, 282 Ditewig, Jack, 132 Divine, Jack, 147, 244 Dobb, Herbert, 137 Dobb, Jean, 105, 265, 315 Dobrin, Victor, 150 Dobson, David, 215 Dodds, Jack, 137 Dodds, John, 135 Dodds, Roberta, 281 Doebbler, Patricia, 46, 85, 170, 185 Dohm, Joselyn, 74, 115 Doig, Laurance, 315 Doleshy, Frank, 129, 315 Dolling, Alison, 170 Doltz, Henrietta, 267, 268 Dombroski, Richard, 147,280 Domning, Ted, 145 Donahey, William, 141, 142, 315 Donahue, Alice, 46, 72, 77 Donald, Margaret, 103, 315 Donaldson, Donald, 263 Donaldson, L. R., 51 Donaldson, Van, 154 Dondelinger, Ruth Mary, 267, 278 Doney, John, 246 Donlap, Donald, 250 Donley, Marvel, 119 Donnell, Corwin, 46 Donnelly, Phyllis, 118, 274 Donaghue, Lorraine, 85, 261 Donovan, Barbara, 109, 315 Dool, Doris, 117, 277 Doolittle, Henry, 154 Doolittle, Warren, 14, 15, 127, 241 255, 315 Dootson, Eugene, 149 Doran, Dick, 78, 148. 254 Dore, Harriette, 121 Dore, John, 132 Dorman, Theodore, 142 Dorr, Robert, 139, 202, 203 Dorsey, Patrick, 138, 200, 202, 203, 248 Dotson, Gordon, 30 Douglas, John, 142, 196, 197, 241 248, 315 Douglas, Kenneth, 151 Douglass, Bernard, 263 Douglass, William, 250 Doumani, Thomas, 51 Doupe, Isabelle, 100, 293 Doupe, Lowell, 156 Doupe, Maxine, 100 Dowd, Laurence, 256, 257, 258, 315 Downard, Ruthmary, 107 Downey, Betty, 77, 109 Downey, Jean, 109 Downing, Dean, 74, 77, 146, 274 Downing, William, 215 Drake, Betty Lou, 111 Drake, Rush, 134, 246 Drake, Warren, 263 Drarner, Robert, 263 Draney, Edward, 148, 202, 203 Drange, Melvin, 248 Draper, Edgar M., 17, 50,245 Draper, Draper, Drazic, Drebin, Drebin, Enid, 183 O. E., 256 Helen, 229, 233, 252 Harold, 150 Raymond, 150 Dresslar, Graham, 47 Dresslar, Martha, 17, 259, 264, 265 Driftmier, Dorothy, 91 Driscoll, Eileen, 113 Driskel, Donna, 267 Driskel, Paddy, 133 Driskel, Ralph, 249 Drumheller, Allen, 152 Drury, Cecil, 160 Dubail, George, 246 DuBarry, Eleanor, 103, 2 33 Dubsky, Joe, 144, 196, 197, 248 DuBuar, Carroll, 263 Duchin, Eddy, 270 Duchow, Esther, 51 Ducken, John, 131 Dudley, Robert, 151 Due, Evelyn, 264 Duecy, Charles, 263 44 Elggren, Steven, 152 4 5 Duilie, Cornelius, 127, 246 Dulfy, Charles, 160, 315 Duffy, Edward, 127 Dulify, Fred, 160,315 Duffy, Gilbert, 127 Duify, Margaret, 53 Duffy, Mary Margaret, 106 Duggan, Emmett, 282 Dull, Paul, 147 - I.,,,6YiJ'-,Qc Dunbar, Pearl, 168 Duncan, Catherine, 282 Duncan, Ernestine, 62, 275 Duncan, Paul, 216 Dunham, Ray, 263 Dunlap, William, 52, 189, 192,246 Dunlop, H. A., 51 Dunlop, Janet, 27, 112 Dunmore, Richard, 153 L 1 l Y I - fi? Q ' , -1. 531312 5 2 ,, I. 'L H ' , e- v Q1 Y 1, Tyr. . . ' A wwf ' girlie. 1:1L.'L,,'5f.-' I 7 ilig A 1 X ' 3 wie if 'f lliee':F:'-'!- 'fs '-"l1EV '54:'F Edwards, Arthur, 145 Eagan, Marjary, 183 Eagleson, James, 143, 250 Earley, Rose Catherine, 22, 25, 62, 119, 242, 264, 275, 282 Earlywine, Charlotte, 281 Earnest, Eleanor, 117 Easley, Horace, 145 Easter, Richard. 143 Eastman, Austin, 245 Eastman, A. V., 51, 260 Eastman, E. A., 52 Eastman, F. S., 51 Eastman, Faith, 171,278 Eastman, Geraldine, 101 Eastwood, Everett O.. 51. 52 Eaton, Eleanor. 105 Eberhart, Lillian. 170, 262 Ebersole, Doug. 74, 77, 146 Ebert, Marion, 282 Eby, Edwin H., 50 Echigoshima, Margaret, 283 Eckern, Maribeth, 119 Eckmann, Carson, 282 Eckmann, Ray L., 15, 16, 20, 81, 241, 239 Edgerly, Jane, 119 Edgerly, Robert, 139 Edlund, Leslie, 280 Edmiston, Ariel, 248 Edmonds, R. H. G., 51, 52 Edmundson, C. S., 40, 201, 203, 213, 241, 251 Edmundson, James, 40 Edris, Gordon, 263 Edward, Brighton, 61 Ht , Jan 5., r- .1. .-n--- Fabunan, Agapito, 177 Fagan, Robert, 161 Fahey, Frank M., 139 Fahey, Joseph, 282 Failor, Dick, 217 Failor, Robert, 263 Fairbrook, Ardene, 80, 106 Fairfax, Virginia Mayree, V50 Falknor, Judson F., 34, 137 Fallon, Gerald, 144 Faris, Richard, 76, 140, 161, 286, 315 Farquharson, F. Burt, 51, 52 Farr, Claribel, 108 Farr, Jessie, 168, 230, 233, 264 Farran, Violet, 117, 317 Farrell, May, 119 Farrell, William, 158, 317 Farris, Kenneth, 142 Farwell, Bill, 277 Farwell, Raymond, 277 Farwell, Pat, 277 Fassett, Barbara, 169 Fasten, Janet, 102, 317 Faulknor, Kenneth, 135 Faurot, George, 246 Faurot, Wesley, 60, 260, 261 Favero, John, 22, 317 Fearey, Helen, 173 Fearn, Edwin, 138, 278 Featherstone, Margaret, 27, 113, 317 FeBenito, Jimmy, 177, 317 Feddersen, Janet, 113, 317 Edwards, David, 246 Edwards, Donald, 134, 315 Edwards, Eloise, 278 Edwards, Grace, 184 Edwards, Robert, 246 Egbert, Mary, 113 Egbert, Vincent, 62, 79, 149 Egge, Robert, 239, 241, 248 Eggerman, Bob, 127,315 Eggersgluess, F. M., 263 Eggert, Elizabeth, 114 Eggert, Howard, 250 Eggert, Mary, 114 Dunn, Ida Mae, 168 Dunstan, Marie, 276 Dunstan, William, 246 Duper, Dorothy, 77, 115, 274 Duppenthaler, Dallas, 154, 263, 274 Duppenthaler, Roswell, 135 Dupuis, Fred, 263 , Duryee, Ethelwynne, 169 Dvorak, August, 51 Dwyer, Rose Mary, 282 Dyar, Alice, 229 Dyar, Sally, 59, 315 Dye, Ira, 246 Dyer, Frances, 264, 281 Dyer, Fred, 192 Dyer, Jean, 229 Dyer, Marian, 264 vated Enthusiasms of Emphatic Egocentrics Elliott, Marion, 29, 173 Elliott, Walt, 156, 196, 197, 248, 315 Ellis, Clifford, 136 Ellis, Eileen May, 315 Ellis, Everett, 263 Ellis, Laura, 170 Ellis, Loretta, 378 Ellis, Marilyn, 100 Ellis, Valeria, 278 Ellsworth, Arthur, 151, 225, 250 Ellsworth, Jacqueline, 27, 106, 275, 105 Ellsworthy, Betty, 231 Eguchi, Eugene, 176 Ehlke, Ed, 78 Ehrenberg, Alan, 156 Elsey, Mabel, 315 Elson, Ruby, 267 Elton, Bernice, 77, 274 Ennen, Herbert, 129 Erickson, Arthur, 315 Erickson, Bud, 125, 151, 195, 197, 241, 248, 315 Erickson, Elmer, 280 Erickson, Margaret, 77 Eriksen, Gus, 131, 189, 190, 191, 192 241, 249 Eriksen, Gosta, 248, 282, 315 Eriksen, Nils, 44 Ernst, Clement, 282 Eshom, Elizabeth, 53, 168 Esper, E. A., 51 Estabrook, Betty, 276 Estes, Jane, 72, 77, 266, 315 Eicher, Dorothy, 105, 264 Eicher, John, 143, 223, 246 Eidsrnoe, Burton, 315 Eidsmoe, William, 245 Elton, Jane, 108 Elwell, W. E., 51 Elworthy, Elizabeth, 46 Emanuel, Warne, 144 Emel, Alice, 69 Esveldt, George, 175, 218, 244 Etchbury, Juanita, 266 Ethington, Dorothyan, 105, 315 Evans, Allan, 130 Evans, Bruce, 52, 134, 246, 260, 315 Eilertsen, Jane, 108 Eilertsen, Ruth, 275 Ekdahl, Gertrude, 167 Ekdahl, Ruth, 25, 167, 229, 233, 240, 275, 315 Ekholm, Fritiof, 263 Ekrem, Betty, 77 Ela, Albert Byron, 50 Eldridge, Douglass, 256 Eldridge, William, 133, 278, 62 Emerson, George, 148, 280, 315 Emerson, James, 280 Emerson, Jane, 116 Emerson, Nancy, 109, 275 Emerson, Ralph, 196 Emmons, Harris, 22, 127, 243, 274 Emory, Carolyn, 167. 278 Engdal, Helen, 266 Enge, John, 131, 277 Engel, Clara, 252 Engel, Ernest D., 52 eas e 4- o ,, ,,- .- I 1. 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"itil ' 1 Eliot, Catharine, 53 Ellert, Marie, 265, 315 Ellingwood, Elizabeth, 100 Elliott, Nevin, 160 N Elliott, Eugene, 67 Feek, Joseph, 156 Feinberg, Herman, 256, 317 Felt, Marion, 215 Feltis, John, 223, 224 Felton, Margaret, 266 Fencing, 222 Fencing Club, 252 Fenigan, John, 277 Ferch, Harold, 244 Ferguson, Ann, 116, 317 Ferguson, Billie, 277 Ferguson, Carol, 267 Ferguson, Eleanor, 264 Ferguson, Hugh, 134 Ferguson, Vallejo, 16 Fernald, SeReed, 252 Ferrier, Paul, 136, 317 Ferries, Charles, 151 Ferris, Robert, 17, 61, 125, 127, 246, 317 Ficken, Arthur, 263, 277 Field, Charlotte, 79, 104, 274 Field, Dean, 137, 250 Engineering Council, 261 England, Lewis, 158,315 Engle, Constance, 167 Enkeboll, Helga, 169, 178, 315 Evans, Claire, 51 Evans, David, 129 Evans, Edwin, 148 Evans, Jean, 100, 123, 124, 279, 315 Evans, John, 15, 17, ez, 126, 149, 243 250, 304 Evans, Poinsettia, 264, 281 Evanson, Lois, 169, 315 Everest, Harold P., 265 Everett, Dick, 70,143,e241, 251, 315 Everly, Ed, 154 Ewald, Elaine, 168, 171 Ewart, Margaret, 229, 281, 315 Ewing, D., 250 Ewing, Robert, 278 agrant Followers of Fabulous Fashions Filipino Club, 177 Finch, Ellis, 147 Finch, Jack, 64 Fines, Leonard, 278 Fink, John, 127 Finke, Richard, 317 Finlayson, Dorothy, 104 Finley, Dale, 134 Finley, Vivienne, 169, 278 Finney, Joseph, 157 Firnstahl, Mona. 20, 21, 70, 103, 111, 123, 262 Fir Tree, 239 Fischbach, Orven, 125, 150, 317 Fischer, Louis, 51 Fischnaller, Joseph, 268 Fish, Charlotte, 264 Fish, Frederic F., 51 Fish, Marion, 264, 265 Fishback, Donald, 263 Fisher, Bob, 250 Fisher, Earl, 132 Fisher, George, 142 Field, Kathleen, 113 Field, William P., 317 Fields, Gerald, 146 Fields, William, 139 Fieldstad, Esther, 252 Fife, William, 268 Files, Roscoe Thornton, 263 Filion, Donald, 129 Filion, Edgar, 156 Fisher, Harry S., 51 Fisher, Henry, 274 Fisher, Hettie, 317 Fisher, Jean, 46, 106 Fisher, Jeanne, 116 Fisher, Leone, 266 Fisher, Lola, 53 Fisher, Susanne, 77, 113 Fissell, Barbara, 119 Fissell, Robert, 220 Fitchett, Lawrence E., 151, 224 Fitton, Beth, 147, 261 Fitton, Charlotte, 262 Fitzhenry, Margaret, 183 Flagg, Jack, 148, 204, 206, 251 Flahaut, Martha R., 51 Flakstad, Ingrid, 17, 27, 53, 114, 242 Flateboe, William, 217, 246 Fleming, Gertrude, 51 Fleischer, Mrs. Elton, 236 Fleming, Rosemary, 282 Fleming, Thomas J., 317 Flick, William, 246 Flint, James, 125, 153, 317 Floe, Marie, 105 Flower, Adrian, 156 Flynn, Kathryn, 280 Flynn, Robert, 263 Fogarty, James, 58, 156 Fogde, Frank, 246, 280 Fogg, Franklin, 148, 317 Foley, Barbara, 267 Foley, Lucille, 53, 78, 115, 274 Follick, Charles, 278 Folsom, Marian, 44, 45, 307, 317 Folta, George, 277 Foltz, Lynd Louis, 50 Foote, Burton, 268, 280 Foote, Donald, 153, 280 Forbes, Cecily, 62, 116 Forbes, Elizabeth, 264, 282 Forbes, George, 136 Force, Katherine, 182 Ford, Jack, 136 Ford, Jack E., 280 Ford, Louis, 151 Ford, Mary, 172, 282 Ford, Paul, 256, 257 Forde, Jane, 62, 77, 106 Forde, Richard A., 260, 317 Fordon, John, 256, 282 Forest Club, 263 Forester, Jean, 252 Forgey, Marie, 280 Forgey, Patricia, 100, 280, 282 Forman, Marie, 267 Formo, Alvin, 156, 246, 274 Fornia, Fred, 46 Forrest, Carola, 166, 317 Forsberg, Glenn, 317 Forsell, Peggy, 85 Forsythe, Kathryne, 266 Forsythe, Lois, 266 Fortier, Jeanne, 103 Foss, Barbara, 105 Fosse, Helen, 114 Foster, Evelyn, 184 Foster, Florence, 317 Foster, Gordon, 280 Foster, Harriet, 105 Foster, Henry, 241 Foster, Richard, 145, 317 Foster, Robert, 58, 60, 261 Fotte, Burton, 317 Fowell, Marion, 279 Fowler, Doris, 167, 233 Fox, Katharine, 182, 252, 317 Foxworth, Travers, 134 Franco, Leon, 256 Frandsen, Mildred, 267 Frankfurter, David, 219 Frankfurter, Ed, 219 Franciscovich, Martin, 147, 280, 317 Franetovich, Francis, 133, 282 Franett, Donald, 219 Franks, Margaret, 100 Franzke, Prof. Albert, 91 Fraser, Peggy, 62, 107 Frederickson, Audrey, 78, 119, 255 Freece, Wendell, 151, 317 Freelund, Vivian, 275, 317 Freeman, Edyth, 59, 181, 183, 238, 240, 257, 317 4 Frellsen, Lydia, 267 French, Adrienne, 106 i' French, Edein, 167 . ,- French, Geraldine, 77 Freshman Officers, 300 Freshman Week Committee, 17 Freshwater, Donald, 143, 317 Frew, Royal A., 265 Fricks, Patton, 149 Friedman, Cecil, 51 Friedman, Philip, 150 Frieling, Ruth, 170 , Frisbie, Duane, 153 Froberg, Clarence, 145, 226 Frolund, Emest, 179, 222 Frolich, Shirley, 21, 80, 105 Frost, Jack, 215 Fry, Edward, 246 Fry, Gordon, 137 Fryar, Carolyn, 119, 317 Frye, T. C., 51 Foss, Justine, 77, 105, 274 ' Fugitt, Douglas, 317 Fosse, Evelyn, 109 Freeberg, Clarence, 244 Freeburn, Annabel, 121, 277, 317 L Fujihira, Lillian, 283 Fujihira, Kazuo, 268 Fujihira, Yoshie, 283 Fujii, Mieko, 283 Fujii, Takashi, 176 Fujioka, Hiroshi, 176 Fukano, Frank, 218 Fukano, George, 176, 222 Fukiage, Mitsu, 283 Fukui, Shoji, 176, 317 Fukuyama, John, 317 Fuller, Ashley, 126 Fuller, Dorothy, 184 Fuller, Garrett, 79, 130, 280 Fuller, R. E., 51 Fullerton, Donald, 317 Fulmer, Richard, 149 Fulton, Robert A., 151 Fulwiler, Clifford, 156 Fumerton, Nona, 17, 24, 44, 92, 119, 242 Funk, Lowell, 217 Funakoshi, Toshio, 176 Fury, Wayne, 157 Fuyo-Kai, 283 5153- - ' gl , Q , 5-147,. sf S fi ,f I illgfwymia, ii V, -All 1 fgtlib Glad-handers and Gluttons for Gloom Gabie, Jean, 114 Gaeth, Dale, 149 Gaffney, Bernadine, 170 Gaffney, John, 51, 282 Gagan, Eleanor, 118, 317 Gagliardi, Elvera, 101, 317 Gahnberg, Ruth, 77, 266, 281, 317 Galbraith, Helen, 79, 116 Galbraith, Jack, 79, 130, 241, 317 Galer, Robert, 278 Galland, Robert, 142 Galloway, Harry, 280 Gallup, John C., 148, 250, 317 Gallup, Robert, 148 Galvin. Enid, 252 Galving, George, 132 Galusha, Marvelann, 170 Gamble, Barbara, 281 Gamma Alpha Chi, 255 Gamma Phi Beta, 113 Gangler, Frank, 246 Gann, Dolly, 229 Gannon, Jack, 151, 241, 248, 317 Gannon, Phillip, 52, 260, 317 Gardes du Rapier, 252 Gardiner, Richard, 282 Gardner, Lt. Col. Andrew, 245 Gardner, Jean, 276 Garland, Marion, 317 Garlick, Bill, 15, 149, 227, 243, 302 Garn, W. B., 51, 52, 260, 317 Garretson, Frank, 123, 143, 196, 223 Garretson, Herman, 51, 143, 250 Garretson, Jack, 134 Garrett, Charles, 142, 274 Garret, Jack, 125, 136, 245, 317 Garrison, Delores, 229, 230, 252 Garrison, Robert, 152 Garrison, Virginia, 182, 229, 252 Gartner, Ruth, 169 Garvin, Charles, 245 Garvin, Marjorie, 26, 113, 242 Gaspard, Converse, 317 Gasparovich, Mitchell, 280, 282 Garparovich, Tony, 154, 280 Gaston, Robert B., 139 Gaskell, Claude, 179 Gates, Lew, 134 Gates, Murlin, 213 Gattavara, Larry, 133, 282 Ganzini, Bruna, 282 Gay, Audrey, 28, 80, 101 Gay, James, 45 Gay, Shirley, 276 Ge Bauer, Harold, 149, 317 Geer, M. R., 51 Gehrman, Robert, 263 Gehrman, Kathryn, 121 Geiger, Miriam, 46, 179, 173 Geisert, William, 246 Geist, Tom, 160, 243' ' Gelermann, Daniel, 263 Gellatly, Geraldine, 105 Gellatly, John, 130 Gentle, Ernest J., 52, 317 Geohegan, Berwyn, 152 Gepner, Howard, 154, 193, 250 Gepner, Richard, 154, 317 Gerhard, Theodore, 246, 282 Gerow, Major Lee, 245 Geri, R. I., 135, 263 Gerlach, Evelyn, 173 Gertridge, Jean, 116 Geutte, E. G., 51 Gibbs, Betty, 110, 114, 274, 275, 300 Gibson, Frank, 145 Gideon, Robert, 246 Giddings, Wallace, 85 Giese, Charles, 282 Gilien, Vaughan, 157 Gifford, George, 135 Guy, 263 Gifford, Gitiford, Phillis, 184 Vera, 116 Gilardi, Gilbert, Betty, 105 Gilbert, Harry, 148, 317 Gilbert, Jack, 246 Gilbert, June, 21 Gilbert, Ray M., 260 Gilhuly, Fred, 139 Gilkerson, Raymond, 132 Gilkey, Helen, 118 Gill, james, 282, 317 Gillam, Jane, 264, 317 Gillies, Stanley, 145, 280, 317 Gillman, Avron, 159 Gilman, Barbara, 119 Gilmur, Dora, 119 Gilson, Chris, 254, 317 Girton, Frank, 132 Giske, Harriet, 268 Gittings, Wallace, 317 Glahe, Lucille, 62, 75, 77, 275 Glant, Earle, 159, 274 Glass, Joseph. 148, 317 Glavin, Dorothy, 77, 276 Glaser, Gene, 263 Gleason, Bill, 142 Gleason, John, 282 Gleason, Margaret, 264, 280, 282 Glidden, Richard, 149 Godsave, Margaret, 100 Goeghagan, Richard, 263 Goerig, George, 148, 244 Goetz, Marjorie, 114 Goldberg, Norman, 150 Goldberg, Peter, 217 Goldstein, Inez, 102 Gonsecki, Scott, 263 Gonzales, Deogracias, 177 Good, Agnes, 282 Goodall. Richard, 263 Goode, Elizabeth, 77, 109 Harry, 142, 274, 300 Goodfellow, Goodhue, Meredith, 101 Goodman, Dean, 67 Goodman, Leo, 250 Goodman, Marjorie, 167, 233, 252 Goodman, Roswell, 133 Goodrich, Chester W., 260, 317 Goodrich, F. J., 51 Goodrich, Ross, 161, 254 Goodsell, G. E., 51 Goodsell, Julia E., 51, 259, 268 Goodspeed, Penelope, 103, 264 Goodwin, Ann Elizabeth, 116 Goodwin, Dolores, 183 Goodwin, Everett, 154 Goon, Vincent, 317 Gordon, Betty Jean, 262 Gordon, Mary, 79, 107, 230, 231 Gordon, Nora, 184 Gorfkle, Norman, 150, 226 Gorham, Helen, 16, 95 Gorman, Dorothy, 229, 233, 252 Gorman, Margaret, 282 Gorny, Serge, 134 Gorton, Eva, 46,77 Gorton, Robert, 131, 278 Goss, Don, 280 Goss, Lyle, 16 Goss, W. H., 51 Gossan, Arthur, 153 Gosse, Isabelle, 257, 276 Gossman, Frances, 167, 266, 267 Gould, Doug, 145, 317 Gould, Edward James, 244 Gould, Vernon, 126 Goulter, Allen, 263 Gowdey, Dwight, 51, 52, 261, 317 Gowdey, Maurice, 260, 317 Gowen, Herbert, 147, 258 Gowen, Lance, 151 Goyke, Frances, 267 Grabenhorst, Coburn, 142, 196, 197 Graf, John, 158 Graham, Gene, 118, 275 Graham, Helen, 276 Graham, Robert, 51, 317 Graham, Mary Louise, 252 Graham, Kathryn, 113, 280, 317 Grahn, Karl, 246, 249 Grandy, Carl, 133 Grank, Dorothy, 267 Grankull, Elmer A., 260, 317 Granston, Robert, 246 Grant, Austin, 156 Grant, Betty Lou, 58, 100, 124 Grant, Florence, 170 Grant, George, 222, 249, 252 Grant, Gordon, 133 Grant, Gwendolyn, 106 Grant, John, 142 Grant, Richard, 263, 264 Grant, Robert, 161, 317 Graves, Catherine, 266 Graves, Douglas, 18, 144, 243 Graves, Tubby D. V., 198, 208, 213 215, 241 Gray, Connor, 219, 142 Gray, Dolly, 106 Gray, George, 317, 144 Gray, Helen, 282 Graves, Howard, 263 Gray, Jean, 85 Gray, Patsy, 22, 25, 116, Gray, Robert S., 64, 66 Graybeal, George, 250 Grays Harbor Club, 280 Greb, Marguerite, 115 Greeley, Dave, 127, 263 Green, Doris, 77, 108 Green, G., 263 Green, Leonard, 159 Green, Patrick, 246, 317 Green, Ronald, 153 Greene, Richard, 222 Green, Stanley, 149 Greene, William, 263, 317 Greene, William S., 132 Greenwood, James, 127, 222, 252 Greer, Jean, 266 Gregg, Anna, 46 Gregg, Howard, 46 Gregory, H. E., 256 Gregory, Robert B., 130 Gregory, Robert, 317 Greime, Wilfred, 317 Grey, Gordon, 263 Griflin, Helen, 85 Griffin, Helen Mae, 112 Griffin, Joseph, 130 Grilihth, Catherine, 72, 76, 77, 301 Griiiith, Dudley D., 265 Griiiiths, Jane, 114 Griffiths, Richard W., 260, 319 Griffith, Zena, 72 Gribos, Albert, 280 Grier, Eilzabeth, 50 Griesinger, Ruth, 185 Grimm, Howard, 152 ' Griswold, joan Idell, 115 Griswold, Lewis, 136 Groff, Mary Elizabeth, 116 Grondal, Bror L., 51, 264 Grondal, Mrs. Florence, 38 Grondal, Phillip, 131 Gronnert, Paul, 157 Gross, Edward, 263 Gross, Spencer, 263, 319 Grosscup, Thaddeus III, 160, 274 Grosvenor, Thomas, 131 Groth, Arnold, 142 Grout, Peggy Lou, 168, 230, 233 Grow, Isabella, 267 Grunbock, Robert, 145, 189, 192, 250 Gruner, Rhoda, 184, 267 Gruger, George, 148,319 Grunow, Frank, 263 Guberlet, Frank, 246 Guberlet, Mrs. John, 38, 268 Guberlet, J. E., 51 Guberlet, Lewin, 137 Guidinger, Walter, 156 Guin, Joel B., 319 Guldberg, Helen, 264, 265, 319 Gundlach, Ralph H., 50, 51 Gunn, Cleata, 77, 109, 275, 302 Gunn, Dorothy, 281 Gunnerson, Elwood, 152, 279 Gunther, Ema, 51 Gussman, Robert W., 139 Gustafson, Donald Arvid, 50 Gustafson, Emery, 268 Gustilo, Henry W., 177 Guth, Henry, 51, 245, 319 Gutherie, Edward, 40 Guthman, Edwin, 74, 77, 159, 301 Guthrie, Edwin R., 50, 51 Guthrie, Elton, 39 Guthrie, Richard Dale, 39 Guthridge, Jane, 268 Guy, Margaret, 120 Gwin, Glen, 280 .nn ,V 4: ,- l'f,Q': -A-' LEW' ,L ,-.l, .T F, qw w f , 1 x ,, , , ,,,,, Wa A Affigf - 'Q L - fm . wp.. W, ,R , ,W , M. A., ,nwufq , 'U 'U -' .L . 11 QV? rg-J' LV ' -I-5:525.2:.5!E:E:f22S'i -1- f ':'5:5:5:5E5f:f:f2I:I:E:??fr-:iff 5325? L M W .. :E,Y,, , -, is-1, E, 31211532 Tw.: :F mv--1 . , 'E - -I"-" ,3.4..Ti:..., ,::::, QQ ' fig? , . v f-5590-I:-' F., Y.. 1 VNV ' E H 1. sn- ,.-Y 4 , if , :,, -mm, 5 'dvi j . . 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D., 263 Hahn, Carsten C., 260 Hahn, Marion, 172, 280, 282, 319 Haig, Neil, 143, 274, 301 Haines, Aubrey, 263, 264 Haines, Byron, 239, 241, 248 Hainsworth, Richard, 245, 319 Haire, Arnold, 246 Haisman, Marjorie, 117, 278 Hajek, George, 144 Hale, Ruth, 50 Haley, Kathleen, 121 Hall, Amy Violet, 50 Hall, Beverly, 168 Hall, Carl, 263 Hall, Charles, 130, 319 Hall, David, 245 Hall, Dr. D. C., 51, 251 Hall, Eula May, 278 Hall,Evelyn, 268 Hall, Harlan, 243, 246 Hall, Helen, 10, 261, 264, 265 Hall, Helen Verne, 240, 275, 319 Hall, Jayne, 262, 319 Hall, John, 250 Hall, Joseph, 146 Hall, Leona, 170 Hall, Melvin, 135, 245, 319 Hall, Nathan Albert, 45, 319 Hall, Ned, 251 Hall, Ray, 147, 277, ,319 Hall, Walter, 153, 319 Halladay, Theodore, 263 Haller, Dr. Mary E., 50, 259 Hallin, V. C., 51, 263, 264, 319 Hall, Vivien, 168 Hallock, Barbara, 101, 266, 267 Hallock. Tillie Ann, 101, 124, 266, 319 Halvorson, Donald, 145 Ham, Jeanette Rae, 77, 108 Ham, Juliamary, 53, 108, 268, 275, 276, 281 Harnack, Frank, 256 Hamada, Ruth, 283 Hamilton, Edwin, 70, 79, 143, 279 Hamilton, Virginia, 21, 46, 61, 76, 77, l09,'274, 301 Hamlin, Eleanore, 252 Hamm, William, 319 Hammer, Kathryn, 77, 105, 240, 266, 275, 319 Hamre, Dorothy Myrtle, 50 Hancock, Keith, 263 Hand, Bernice, 169 Hanel, Marshall Shore, 268 Haney, Clarion, 130 Hanley, Betty Ann, 264, 280, 282 Hanley, John, 108, 282 Hanley, Thomas, 148 I Hanna, Virginia, 101, 168, 233 Hanna, Virginia M., 319 Hannula, Myrtle, 267 Hannum, John, 58, 156, 319 Hanny, Geraldine, 118 Hanscom, Harry, 135 Hansen, Dorothy, 267 Hansen, Douglas, 129 Hansen, Eleanor, 106 Hansen, George, 146, 189, 192, 250 Hansen, Gladys, 184 Hansen, John E., 255 Hansen, Robert Joseph, 45 Hansen, John R., 126 Hansen, Lloyd, 126 Hansen, Robert, 244 Hansen, Ruth, 178 Hansen, Skid, 59 Hanset, Herbert, 246 Hanson, Audrey, 100, 319 Hanson, De Ette, 275, 277, 319 Hanson, Emil, 136 Hanson, Lorene, 167, 276, 319 Hara, Norio, 176 Hara, Yoriyoshi, 176 Harborview Hall, 267 Harby, Jackson, 75 Hardisty, Herschel, 245 Hardt, Sydney, 161, 319 Hardwick, Dean, 152 Hardy, Audrey, 257, 276 Hardy, Robert, 263, 319 Hardy, Wiliam, 152, 280 Hargis, Thomas, 133, 282 Hargrave, Eloise, 46, 105 Hargreaves, Kenneth, 156, 243, Harland, Patience, 85, 170 Harlow Harlow , Elsie, 276 , Katherine, 53 Harman, Thomas, 143 Harman, Willis W., 246, 260 Harmon, Richard, 137 Harmon, Wellington, 158 Harriett, Ruth, 101 Harper, Alice, 169 Harper, Betty Jane, 170, 278 Harper, James, 319 Harper, Jeanne, 26, 53 Harrah, John, 244, 246 Harrah, David, 17, 152, 250, 25 257, 319 Harris, Bettie, 121 Harris, C. W., 51 Harris, Charles, 256 Harris, C. N., 263 Harris, Guy, 144 Harris, Henry, 137 Harris, Jane, 276 Harris, John, 246 Harris, Louis, 159 Harris, Marguerite, 112 Harris, Mignonne, 267, 268 Harris, Nancy, 109 Harris, Phoebe, 53. 101 Harris, Victor, 156 Harrison, Celia, 77. 108 Harrison, Frances, 109, 319 Harrison, Francis, 263 Harrison, George, 222, 252 Harrison, Harriet, 109, 169 Harrison, Joseph B,, 50 Harrison, Margaret, 53 Harrison, Martha, 116, 319 3 6. Harrison, Maxine, 88 Harrison, Robert, 278 Harrold, William, 260, 319 Harsch, Alfred, 146 Harshman, Jack, 246 Harstad, Howard, 319 Hart, Frank, 144 Hart, Harrison, 156, 246 Hart, Jack, 18, 274, 127, 243 Hart, Lois Adele, 108 Hatter, Mary Louise, 103 Hartley, William, 250, 258, 319 Hartman, Virginia, 46, 182 Hartman, George, 319 Hartzell, Ivan, 246 , James, 151, 252 Hawkins, William T., 246 Hawks, Frank, 319, 138 Hawks, Marjorie, 267 Hawley, Robert, 142, 319 Hawley, Rupert, 61, 246 Haworth, Helen, 266 Hawthorn, G. E., 51 Hawthorne, Betty, 46 Hay, Marion, 127, 205, 241, 248, 251, 319 Hay, William, 263 Hayano, Kazuko, 283 Hayashi, Naohisa, 176 Hayes, Gordon, 77 Hayes, Gordon E., 151 Hayden, Dixie Dorothy Dix, 170 Hayiield, Mark, 218 Hayner, Marjorie, 41 Hayner, Sherwood, 41 Hayner, Professor Norman, 41 Haynes, Leon, 278 Hays, Robert, 161 Hayton, Donald, 319 Hayward, Ruth, 100 Hazelton, William, 258 Hearst, Joseph, 131, 252 Heath, Goeffrey, 144 Heath, Laurence, 130 Heaton, Archie, 214 Heck, Caroline, 276 Heckel, Theron,,250 Heckman, Avis, 267 Hedgcock, Jackson, 130 Hedges, Samuel, 127 Heeter, Fred, 131 Hetlner, Grover, 246 Heggem, Katherine, 183, 264 Heggem, Ole, 246 - Heglie, Charles, 274 Heiberg, Mildred, 103 Heimberger, Virgil, 161 Heimbegner, Chris, 156, 319 Heintz, Gordon, 280 Heintzelman, Jack, 263 Hemrich, Jean, 46, 108 Hemphill, Wylie, 244, 130 Hemion, Margaret Moss, 261 Helberg, Dolly, 232, 280, 319, 252, 233 Helberg, Donald, 157, 256, 319 Helder, Anne, 170 Hellenthal, Elizabeth, 119 Hellenthal, Ruth, 104, 274 Hellund, E. J., 51 Helm, Helen, 46 Helm, Virginia, 113 Helm, Virginia, 319 Helwig, Doris, 261 Hemen, Helen, 276 Henderson, Ann, Elizabeth and William, 39 Henderson, Betty, 252 Henderson, J. E., 39, 51 Henderson, Robert, 319 Henderson, William, 258, 319 Hendrey, Bradley, 136 Hendricks, Marie, 266 Hendricksen, Harry, 249 Hendricksen, Kai, 152 Hendrickson, Martin, 263, 51, 264 Hendrickson, Wilbur, 143, 263 Hewson, Wilbur, 209, 239, 248 Heywood, Joseph, 246 Hicken, James, 68 Hickey, June, 229 Hicks, Madora Jane, 46, 100, 275 Hicks, Patricia, 183 High, Jack, 125, 131 High School Leaders Committee, 22 Higley, Orlo, 280 Higman, Robert, 216, 249 Higuchi, Joe, 176 Higuchi, Shizuka, 283 Hildman, Norval, 263 Hilen, Andrew Reuben, 50 Hill, Craig, 148 Hill, Dan, 282 Hill, Helen Lorraine, 106 Hill, Helen Louise, 114, 275 Hill, Homer, 144, 246 Hiu, Jack, 192, 193 Hill, Naomi, 262 Hill, Ruth, 282 Hill, Stanley, 134 Hill, Thomas, 216,249 Hill, Ursula, 77, 107, 274 Heller, Mary, 167 Hilling, Haydn, 61, 125, 245, 307, 319 Hillman, Don, 58, 70 Hills, Thayer, 229, 231, 252, 319 Hills, Theo, 229, 231, 252, 319 Hillyer, Edwin, 16, 241, 265 Hillyer, Virgil, 72, 156, 265 Hilpert, Robert, 61, 245, 319 Hiltner, Jean, 46 Hilton, Kenneth, 127, 217 Hinchey, John, 217, 282 Hindin, Zelda, 169, 259, 319 Hink, Wayne, 139, 319 Hinkle, Audrey, 118 Hinton, Mary, 121 Hipkoe, Maxine, 106 Hirabayashi, Martin, 176, 258 Hirasawa, Walter, 176 Hirata, Lilly, 30, 264, 283, 319 Hirschmann, Doris, 268 Hirschberg, Tishbelle, 102, 278 Hirst, Ruth, 109, 277,319 Hisayasu, Sahuro, 176 Hiscock, Frank, 143 Hishimura, Hiromi, 176 Hitchcock, John, 134 Hitchcock, Helen, 50 Hitchcock, Kay, 167 Hitchcock, Lewis, 131 Hitchcock, Margaret, 26, 28 Hitchcock, Nancy, 167 Hite, James, 161, 245, 319 Hixon, Barbara, 252, 319 Hjort, Virginia, 107 Hoagen, Marion, 276 Hoard, Charles, 135 Hoard, George L., 51, 52, 260 Hochfeld, Claire, 102, 259 Hodder, Jane, 267 Hodges, Loislouise, 173 Hoefller, Marie, 85, 119 Y Harvey, Lucian, 217 Hoelting, Albert, 142 Hoem, Annabel, 264 Hoem, Eleanor, 25 Harvey Mary Gail, 77, 108 Harvey, Nancy, 252 Harvey, R. L., 263 Harvey, Wilma, 169 Hasemeier, Mary Ann, 281 Haskett, George, 263 Hastie, Hastie, Hatch, Hatch, Hatch, Hatch, Colin, 152 Grace, 264 M. H., 51, 134 Mrs. Melville, 268 Mertin, 143, 223, 248 Ruth, 115 Hatch, William, 263 Hatch, Willard, 143 Haubner, Irene, 173 I-Iaug, Elmer H., 260, 319 Haugen, Helen, 280 Haugen, Virginia, 230 Haupt, Helen, 50 Hauschildt, James, 146 Hauser JOY. 170 Havens, Byron L., 51, 52, 260, 319 Hawel, Leo, 189, 192, 152 Hawes, Charlotte, 29, 116, 300, 46 Hawkins, Shirley, 25, 28, 29, 116, 275 Hawkins, William, 126, 278 Henry, B. S., 51 Henry, Dora, 51 Henry, May Jean, 112 Henry, Owen, 145, 250, 192, 193, 243, 319 Henry, Ronald Andrew, 45, 319 Hensel, Emma Esther, 118 Henson, Helen, 183 Hensley, Mercedes, 50 Henson, Helen, 183 Henton, Fay, 46 Hepperle, Lydia, 267, 319 Herber, Edith, 17, 62, 105, 242 Hergert, Patricia, 114, 124, 319 Herrrnan, George, 158 Herron, Hermie, 262 Hess, Mary, 168 Hessemer, Kenneth, 193, 250, 319 Heston, Neal, 134, 250 Heston, Robert, 193 Hetherington, Jane, 167 Hetherington, Joan, 106 Hettrick, Helen, 106 Heuer, John, 132 Hewitt, Blossom, 167, 276 Hewitt, Catherine, 282 Hewitt, Russell, 161 Hoem, Evelyn, 257 Igoern, lgargaget, 46 oem. eino , 263 Hoeppner, Fred, 223, 224 Holfstater, Harriet, 276, 319 Hoifstadt, Rachel, 51, 259, 268 Hofmann, Elsbeth. 64, 92, 101, 262 Hogan, llglighael. 69, 92 Hogan, o ert, 319 Hogenson, Dolores, 267 Hogwood, Sergeant, 233 Hokenstad, Rhoda, 230, 233 Hokgnstad, Theodore, 189, 192, 14 250 Holcdmb, Claire, 262 Holcomb, Marian, 259 Holland, Aubrene, 119 Holland Bob, 221 Holland: "Dutch," 219 Holland, John, 151, 319 Holland, Roy. 249 Hollander, Barry, 133 Hollander, Betty Ann, 103 Hollenbeck, John, 75, 151, 239, 241, 319 Hollenbeck, Pai, 264 Hollingsworth, Audrey, 252 4 Hulbush, Thomas, 144 Hume, Lloyd, 263 4 9 Holm, Dulse, 320, 321 108, 238, 240, 275, 320, 321 Holman, Harriet, 17, 25, 29, 59, 108, 238, 240, 275, 320, 321 Holmes, Berindah, 101 Holmes, Catherine, 109 Holmes, James, 122, 132, 214 320, 321 Holmes, James W., 130 Holmes, Holmes, Holmes, Norman, 263 Peggy, 112, 169 William, 217 Holsenger, Max, 82, 149, 254, 320, 321 Holt, Ben, 152 Holt, Cleo, 229, 320, 321 Holtzinger, Virginia, 100, 231 Homecoming, 20, 21 Home Economics Club, 264 Homewood, Gladys, 183 Hondrich, Walter, 174 Hoobing, Lessene, 264, 320, 321 Hood, Douglas, 134, 320, 321 Hood, Frank, 26 Hood, Marian, 25, 26, 115, 124, 320, 321 Hood, Marjorie, 27, 94, 118, 242 Hood, Paula, 268 Hooker, Patricia, 80, 101 Hooker, Betty, 267 240, Hopper, Geraldine, 252 Hopper, Marcia, 112. 274 Hopple, Margaret, 26, 100, 242 Horiuchi, Masanori, 176, 320, 321 Hornbeck, Ray, 263 Horne, Roy, 263 Horowitz, Harry, 60 Horowitz, Jeanette, 264, 265 Horrocks, Barbara, 58, 118, 320, 321 Horrocks, Harry, 142, 246 Horrocks, Peggy, 113 Horrocks. Mary Jane, 94 Horsley, Robert, 156 Horton, Betty, 107 Horton, Jane, 46 Horton, G. P., 51 Horube, Ray, 179 I-Iosford, Frank, 161 Hoshide, Hideo, 176 Hoshor, John, 153, 320, 321 Hoskins, Frank, 246, 249, 320, 321 Hoskins, Lois, 229, 230, 252 Hoss, John, 74 - Hotchkin, Laincha, 168 Hotchkiss, Alice, 276 Hotchkiss, Helen, 106 Hotson, Hugh, 61, 144, 226, 241, 245, 249, 320, 321 Hotson, J. W., 51 Hotson, John, 147 Hoonan, Helen, 100, 280, 282 Hooper, Lenore, 101, 266, 267, 276 Hoover, Fred, 149 Hoover, Katherine, 113 Hoover, Nancy, 113 Hoover, Wilna, 113 Ho kins Blayne, 169, 320, 321 P , Hopkins, D. R., 263 Hopkins, Edith, 107, 277 Hopkins, James, 218 Hougen, Richard, 88 Houghland, Norinne, 183, 280 Houser, Paul, 244, 250 Houston, Houston, Houston, Houston, Howard, Howard, Howard, Mary Elizabeth, 115 Elizabeth, 80 Bill, 224 Forrest, 129, 246 Brice, 138, 279 Charles, 15 Miss Ella, 255 Howard, Phyllis, 27, 53, 62, 118, 242. 303 Howard, Stanley, 46 Howarth, Lois, 266 Howarth, Winifred, 103, 262 Howe, Geraldine, 27, 62, 107 Howe, Jane, 281 Howe, James, 156 Howell, Harriet, 116 Howell, Jay, 136 Howell, Leo, 248, 250 Howell, Virginia, 267, 320, 321 Howley, Henrietta, 320, 321 Hoyt, Jean, 109, 320, 321 Hoyt, Mary Elizabeth, 109 Hubbach, William, 111, 143, 216, 249 Hubbard, Georgene, 109, 275 Hubbell, Richard, 21, 77, 165, 265, 269, 320, 321 Huber, Patricia, 100 Hudson, Edward, 134 Hudson, Jean, 72, 76, 77, 240, 255, 265, 320, 321 Hudson, Milton, 136 Huebel, John, 134 Huetter, Mortimer, 145, 275 Huetter, Theodore, 145 Huey, Stanley, 149 Huff, Boyd, 127, 320, 321 Huff, Helen, 267 Hughes, Betty Jane, 103 Hughes, Dorothy, 27, 108, 170, 173, 185 Hughes, Edward, 282 Hughes, George, 142 Hughes, Glenn, 262, 265 Hughes, Patricia, 26 Hughes, Phillip, 320, 321 Hughes, Samuel, 137 Hughes, Theodore, 246 Huick, Katherine, 114 Hulbert, Al, 215 Hulbush, Joyce, 106, 240, 275, 276, 320, 321 Hull, Adele, 262, 320, 321 Hull, Emily, 27, 100 Hull, Go rdon, 142 Hull, Harvie, 118 Hull, Leslie, 266 Hull, Piatt Harold, 151, 320, 321 Hullin, Arvid, 125, 133 Humber, Bruce, 205, 239, 248, 251 Hume, Donald, 143, 188, 241, 248 250, 320, 321 Humphrey, Edna, 101, 320, 321 Humphrey, Virginia, 267, 268 Hunn er, Wesley, 146 Hunt, Dora, 50 Hunt, George, 192, 239 Hunt, Ja mes, 152 Hunt, Laurraine, 53 Hunt, M ary, 108, 320, 321 Hunter, Charles, 136 Hunter, Robert B., 136, 274 Hunter, William, 46 Huntington, Emily, 100, 32 Huntoon 320, 32 Huntoon 0, 321 , Margaret, 109, 240, 275, 1 ,Rurh, 77, 109 Hupman, Carl, 263 Hurley, Claire, 107, 141 Hurley, Edward, 145 Hurley, Vic, 251 ' Hurst, Harold, 320, 321 Husby, Florence, 264 Husby, Gordon, 246 Hutchins, Grace, 267 Hutchinson, Dorothy, 85 Hutchinson, Kenneth, 320, 321 Hutchinson, Margaret, 120 Hutchinson, Margery, 267 Hutler, Morf, 250 Hutton, George, 132 Hutton, William, 263 Hyatt, Ray, 282 Hylton, Vera, 173 it 'si 4 1221 ol. 61' 1 . . fs ' ustnous Intellects Inszdiously I nnoculated Hopkins, Rebecca, 107. 252,277 Howard, Ethel, 229, 267 Hopkms, Sarah, 110, 113 Howard, Eulah, 230,252 Hopland. 61109, 257 Howard, J. N., 263 HODP. Blame, 45 Howard, Mary Marlowe, 320, 321 . 1 ' -1 Q- .9 , f lr -9 -, If ' ff ' 6157 1' Ide, Charles, 134 Ide, Donald, 222, 252 Ike, Nobutaka, 46 Iler, Betty Mae, 22, 101, 320, 321 Imori, Matsuko, 283 Irnori, Tom, 176 Independent House Council, 166 Ingalls, Jaquelin, 168, 229, 232, 252 Ireton, Donald, 142, 320, 321 Ingman, Gordon, 277 Ingram, Donna, 120 Ingram, Dana, 22, 25, 100, 280 Inoi, Tai, 283 Inouye, George, 176 Interfraternity Council, 125 Iriye, Tom, 176 Irvin, William, 153 Irwin, Lee, 74, 77, 137 Irwin, Virgil, 245, 320, 321 Isaacs, Walter, 40 Isbin, Herbert, 150, 244 Iseri, Shigeo, 176 ewels of judgment and jets of focularity Ingalls, Ida, 264 Iota Sigma Pi, 259 1 -g . 'Ls ii 5 " 'Q Q '21 Jlul 1 , l 1 1 'A , ' '1 ' iv K 31, I 111 H1 j : ee-Leis! , xy' Jaaden, Ruth, 167 Jacobson, Vernon, 135 Jackson, David, 246 Jacobus, Neal, 246 .l2iCkS0X1, 1301121141 N-, 139 Jacobus, Paul, 244, 255 Jackson, Patricia, 21, 109, 305 Jahn, Jeannette, 116 Jackson, Richard, 255 James, Mrs. Burton W., 266 Jackson, Jackson, Jackson, Jackson, Jackson, Jackson, Richard, 179 Robert, 126, 129, 320, 321 Roy, 277 Ruth, 183 Vernon, 92 Virginia, 107, 274 Jacobs, Abraham, 263 Jacobs, Melville, 51 Jacobsen, Andrew B., 260 Jacobsen, Betty, 105 Jacobsen, Carl, 244, 320, 321 Jacobsen. Glen, 246 Jacobsen, Philip A., 69 Jacobsen, Ralph, 134 Jacobsen T. S., 50, 51 Jacobsen, Tekla, 2, 66, 267 Jacobson, Dorothy, 276 Jacobson, Lawrence, 150 Jacobson, Ruth, 170 James, Florence, 262 James, George E., 260 James, John, 151, 246 James, Roger, 156 James, Ricker, 151, 320, 321 Jameson, Mary Alice, 107, 256, 320, 321 Jamieson, Hazel Isabel, 50 Jamison, Robert, 111, 252 Jannsen, Newman, 145 Jansen, Louisa, 27 Japanese Students Club, 176 Jarvi, Abhert, 51, 52 Jarvis, Audrey, 276 Jarvis, Muriel, 114 Jarvis, Paul, 149 Jarvis, Rodney, 149 Jasper, Karl, 139 Jay, Ross, 144 Jaynes, William, 143 Jeans, Ruth Margaret, 77, 108 Jeffers, Josephine Charlotte, 109 Jefferson, Jane, 109 Jefferson, William, 220 Jelfery, Jack, 147, 280, 320, 321 Jeffs, Thomas W., 260 Jeklin, Kathryn, 113 Jelleberg, Annette, 276 Jemison, Thomas, 143 Jenkins, Esther, 264 Jenkins, Meredith, 167 Jenkins, William, 127 Jenner, Iris, 167 Jennings, John, 152 Jennings, Margaret, 170, 264 Jensen, Alfred E., 29, 51, 52 Jensen, Allen, 39 Jensen, Doris, 282 Jensen, Elaine, 184 Jensen, Elizabeth, 46, 171, 276 Jepsen, Raymond, 282 Jerbert, Arthur, 50, 51, 134 Jewell, Doris, 117 Ishikawa, Henry, 268 Itkin, Barney, 159 Itoi, Henry, 268 Itza, Ma ry Louise, 252 Ives, Mildred, 27, 116 Ivey, Margie, 117 Izzard, Dick, 130,215 Jobe, Le onard, 153, 320, 321 Jobes, Esther, 105 Johansen, Alice, 320, 321 Johansen, Ellen, 259, 321 Johnson, Johnson, Johnson, Johnson, Johnson, Johnson, Johnson, Johnson, Johnson, Johnson, Johnson, Johnson, 170, 28 Johnson, Johnson, Johnson, Johnson, Johnson, Johnson, Billie, 169 Ainar, 46 Bob, 189, 192 Brooks, 320, 321 Bruce, 153, 278 Charles, 34, 51 Chester, 209, 248 Constance, 169 Dick, 196, 197, 248 Donald, 126, 280 Dorothea, 77, 105 Dorothy, 62, 67, 118, 1 Earl, 154 Edna, 320, 321 Edson, 138 Edwin, 46 Elizabeth, 97, 107, 182 Elizabeth Anne, 320, 321 Johnson, Eugene, 320, 321 Johnson, Robert, 258 Jolly, Walter, 246 Johnson, Eva, 276 Johnson, Robert, 263 1011353 Frank, 146 Johnson, Evelyn, 320, 321 Johnson, Robert, 278 101751151 Frank G-.,51 Johnson, Frances, 170, 320, 321 Johnson, Robert, 320, 321 Jones, gargara 41102, 41, 50 Johnson, Genevieve, 252 Johnson, Robert A., 157 ggggs' Bgibgra anwoigl' 109' 157 Johnson, Harold, 126 Johnson, Robert E.. 263 jones? Betty Ma .1 116 Johnson, Irwin, 320, 321 Johnson, Robert S., 263 Jones' Bradley 92 149 244 Johnson, Katherine, 173 Johnson, Russell, 149 Jones: Bruce, 1,48,,320,, 321, Jchnson, Lois, 114,230, 274 Johnson, Ruth Helen, 50, 169 Jones, Cecil, 263 Johnson, Marjorie, 277 Johnson, Venetta, 281, 320, 321 Jones, Charles, 133 Johnson, Mary Ann, 106 Johnson, Walter, 160 Jones, Charles, 122 Johnson, Mary, 320, 321 Johnston, Beryl, 277 Jones, Charles H., 152 Johnson, Mary Jane, 72, 76, 77, 82, Johnston, Edward, 157, 280 Jones, Curtis, 320, 321 94, 109, 242, 266 .l0l11'1St0n, Harold. 245 Jones, Donald, 125, 158, 196, 197 Johnson, Patricia, 217, 249 Johnston, James, 111, 149, 196, 197, Jones, Emerson, 139 Johnson, Paul B., 51, 222, 252, 199, 248 Jones, Georgia Lee, 169 320, 321 Johnston, Marjorie, 117 Jones, Gwendolyne, 109, 167, Johnson, Phyllis, 281 Johnston, Mary, 268 320, 321 Johnson, Richard, 130, 194, 278 Johnston, Stuart, 46 Jones, Harold H., 136 Johnson, Robert, 125, 189, 192 Johnstone, Helen, 167 Jones, Helen, 169 Johnson, Robert, 152 Johnstone, Mary, 101 Jones, Isabelle, 168 Johnson, Robert, 193 Johnstone, Mary, 261 Jones, John Peter, 137, 153, 246, Johnson, Robert, 250 Johnstone, Mary Louise, 320, 321 320, 321 ,.ls4. 117363, 'Q .iff . .mix 11' ntributions from Krazy Kolumnists Kable, Mary Elizabeth, 112 Kaiser, Isabelle, 320, 321 Kajiware, Mieko, 283, 320, 321 Kale, Mary Lou, 168, 267 Kalenius, Elsie, 252, 280 Kallasch, Elinor, 77, 115, 320, 321 Kalushe, Jackie, 62, 105, 242 Kambe, Charles, 51, 176, 268, 320, 321 Kami, Kiyo, 283 Kamihira, Miyo, 283 Kamikawa, Kiyoshi, 283 Kaminishi, Amy, 53, 283 Kanazawa, Hiroshi, 176 Kanazawa, Minoru, 176 Kane, Catherine, 116, 320, 321 Kane, Walter, 246, 282 Kanetomi, Jero, 176 Kanno, Thomas, 176 Kantner, Kathryne, 261 Kaplan, Frieda, 267 Kappa Alpha Theta, 114 Kappa Delta, 1154 Kappa Kappa Gamma, 116 Kappa of 1-hrateres, 184 Kappa Sigma, 138 Kari, Florence, 74, 77, 107, 167, 280 Karikomi, Stanley, 268 Karlbert, Jack, 147, 246 Karo, Elsie Cooper, 64 Karr, Chadwick, 127 Kask, J. L., 51 Kastner, Walt, 203, 248, 249, 320, 321 Katica, John, 282 Katzen, Harry, 126 Kaufman, Ted, 159 Kaufmann, Charlottte, 267 Keller, Nancy, 104 Keller, Robert, 127, 246, 320, 321 Keller, Shirely, 264 Kelley, Dorothy, 275 Kelley, Floyd, 222 Kelley, Niles, 66 Kelley Thomas 143 King, King, King, King, King, King, King Lois Jean, 108, 275 Lynes, 322, 323 Margaret, 280 Marjorie, 106 Max, 282 William, 134, 246 Willis 263 322 323 Kellogg, Mary, 109, 322, 323 Kells, Lyman, 322, 323 Kelly, Jerry, 218 Kelly, Kathryn, 112 Kelly, Margaret, 113, 279 Kelly, Patricia, 118 Kelly, Richard, 133, 236, 282 Kelly, William, 133 Kempton, John, 161 Kennedy, Kennedy, Alberta, 119 Ernest Ray, 260, 322, 323 Kennedy, Fred W., 146, 265 Kennedy, Jess, 130 Kennedy, Kathryn, 115, 170, 282 Kennedy, Kaye, 58, 70, 103, 111 Kennedy, Lily, 116, 322, 323 Kennedy, Phillis, 322, 323 Kent, Marian, 29, 116, 124, 322, 323 Kent, Virginia, 97, 179 Kenyon, Howard, 144 Kenyon, Lorraine, 106 Kerlee, Jack, 263, 322, 323 Kern, Bentley, 138 Kerr, Constance, 167, 267 Kerr, James, 268 Kerr, Raymond, 134, 246, 322, 323 Kerr, William, 143, 220 Kerr, Winifred, 73, 185 Kerrigan, Sylvia Finlay, 50 Kesling, Marjorie, 46, 77, 105 Kesling, Virginia, 105, 322, 323 Kazama, Kawahara, Hitoshi, 218 Kawano, Minoru, 176 Kawata, Mary, 283 Kay, Ma Kaye, Jo Kaye, M rjorie Lew, 126 hn, 61, 134, 246 ary, 105 Kaye, William, 134, 246 Ruth, 283, 320, 321 Kessler, Henry, 73, 265, 305 Ketcham, Henry, 243 Ketcham, Lyman, 322, 323 Keyes, Mary Jane, 20, 167, 179 Keys, Kathryn, 252 Kidd, Jackson, 21, 156, 322, 323 Kidrick, Douglas, 13 Kidwiler, Jean, 108 Kearnes, James, 129, 320, 321 Keating, Jefferson, 148 Keating, Robert, 152, 251 Keatts, John, 244 Keatts, Richard, 148 Keck, Emil, 263 Keefhaver, Ruth, 106, 275 Keeler, Charles, 263 Keeling, Kenneth, 263, 320, 321 Keely, Gerald, 279, 282 Keely, Richard, 282 Keene, Eugene, 80, 82, 254 Keenholts, Jim, 156 Keeper, Rinard, 280 Kehoe, Adlore, 151 Keissig, Lena, 266, 267 Keiter, Lester, 46, 159 Keith, Barbara, 117 Keller, Kenneth, 129, 277 Keller, Lois, 69, 92 Kikuchi, Kikuchi, Arthur, 176 Chihiro, 44, 45, 51, 176 Kilgore, Carl, 16, 239, 241 Kilgore, Donald, 143 Kilgore, Robert, 143, 223 Killeen, Eileen, 100, 322, 323 Killien, Betty, 29, 169 Killien, William H., 127 Kimes, Wanda, 108 Kimmel Edward, 245 Kincaid: Dorothy, 41 Kincaid, Farrar, 41 Kincaid, Kathleen, 41 Kincaid, Marjorie, 41 Kincaid, Polly, 41 Kincaid, Trevor, 41, 50, 51 Kindred, Burdette, 195 King, Arlene, 105 King, Beverley, 101 King, Brien, 161 Kingston, Kenneth, 126 Kinnear, Myrn, 113, 274 Kinnel, Anna Marie, 322, 323 Kinnell, Gertrude, 64 Kinsman, Thomas, 132, 226, 251 Kintner, Bill, 205 Kintner, Nancy, 267 Kinzel, Jack, 265, 322, 323 Kipp, Betty Jo, 168 Kipp, Dwight, 130, 274 Kipperberg, Aurora, 229, 232, 252 Kipple, Helen, 167 Kirby, Betty, 119 Kirby, Donald, 160, 250, 274 Kirchner, George, 88 Kirkemo, Harold, 280, 322, 323 Kirkland, Lorna, 322, 323 Kirkman, Gilmore, 144 Kirkpatrick, Maurice, 125, 161 Kirkwood, Beverly, 28, 107, 276 Kirkwood, Charles, 278 Kirkwood, Kenneth, 127 Kirschner, William, 60, 142 Kirsten, Frederick K., 51, 52 Kiser, J. S., 51 Kiskaddon, Lawrence, 151 Kissane, William, 158 Kiyono, Yoshiko, 283 Klein, Betty, 45, 77, 169 Kleiner, R. E., 263 Klingberg, Judson, 280 Klinge, Richard, 196, 218, 249 Klinham, John, 263 Klinke, Peter, 278 Klinker, Charles, 149 Klinker, Mary Lou, 113 Kloepper, Millie, 22, 25, 29, 166, 168, 230, 279, 322, 323 Klopfenstein, Clarence, 138 Kluck, Jeraldine, 115, 262 Knapp, Charles F., 151 Knappenberger, Robert, 132, 225 244, 257, 322, 323 Knight, Clarine, 18, 112 Knight, Frances, 46, 47 Knight, Robert, 144 Knott, Helen Isabel, 50 Knowles, Alice, 104, 278, 322, 323 Knox, Cameron, 51 Knox, Winifred, 167, 322, 323 Knudson, Herb, 142 Knudsen, Joan, 108, 274 Knudson, John, 222 Kobe, Kenneth A., 51, 52 Koch, Carl, 125, 159 Koehler, Robert, 263 Koelling, Isabel, 101, 322, 323 Koher, Geneva, 117 Kohler, Patricia, 77, 80, 101 350 Jones, Lois, 167, 320, 321 Jones, Maryann, 119, 275, 320, 321 Jones, Mildred Elaine, 116 Jones, Raymond, 133, 268 Jones, Regis, 282 Jones, Robert W., 41, 254, 215 Jones, Roger, 148 Jones, Shirley, 105 Jones, William, 244, 278 Jonson, Carl, 220, 249, 307 Jonson, Ernest, 220 Jordan, William, 278 Jordon, R. O., 263 Jorgensen, Helen, 115, 168, 276, 278 Jorgenson, Calhoun, 213, 222, 223, 224 Joyce, June, 282 Joyer, Vernon, 263 Judd, Richard, 133 Jukiage, Jumi, 283 Julian, Renne Stephen, 44, 52, 260, 320, 321 Junior Oiiicers, 304 Junkermier, Ward, 278 Kohls, Mary Lou, 109, 322, 323 Kohnke, Howard, 264 Koitabashi, Yoshio, 176 Koiwai, Eichi, 268 Koke, Leonard, 217 Kolberg, Sheldon, 138 Kolinski, Jean, 167, 228, 232, 233 Kollenborn, Emily, 77, 79, 80, 107 Kolosoff, Walter Vitali, 50 Kopet, John, 130, 306, 323 Koon, Mack, 14, 15, 17, 20, 81, 97, 241, 322, 323 Koontz, Estelle, 167 Kosaka, Fred, 176 Kosaka, Roy, 176, 322, 323 Koskey, Arthur, 263 Koski, Hans, 322, 323 Kossen, Sydney, 73, 82, 241, 265, 322, 323 Kotchevar, Lendal, 19 Kovanda, Robert, 46 Kovick, Nicholas, 135, 278 Kowalski, Margaret,262 Kozu, Yeichi, 176 Knight, Frances, 279 Knightlinger, Ted, 137 Kraft, Warren, 52 Kramer, Audrey, 183, 322, 323 Krause, L. F., 263 Kray, Elizabeth, 169, 185 Krems, Abraham, 268 Krenz, Ed, 86, 87, 88 Kresek, Helen, 172, 282 Kretchmer, Margaret, 53 Krieger, Alberta, 115, 276, 278, 322, 323 Kripner, Howard, 263 Krogh, Alice, 267 Krogstad, Karl, 80, 152, 254 Kroll, Edwin, 263 Krook, Peter, 260, 322, 323 Krug, Mary Ellen, 104 Krug, Rose, 275 Krumbein, Peggy, 28 Krupski, Edward, 280 Kubley, Norma, 101 Kubo, Giro, 51, 52, 176, 322, 323 Kuch, Henry, 263 Kuehn, Henry, 246 Kuhn, Robert, 263 Kuljis, Dominic, 154, 282, 322, 323 Kumasaka, Mayko, 268, 283, 322, 323 Kummer, Richard E., 151 Kumomoto, Yukio, 176, 322, 323 Kunde, Norm, 226 Kuney, Max, 143 Kunig, William, 279 Kunimatsu, Saburo, 176 Kuntz, Oscar, 263 Kurimoto, Ayako, 283 Kuroiwa, Masaharu, 176 Kurose, Hugo, 176 Kutting, Patricia, 168 Kuvshinoff, Raphael, 256 Kwapil, Frances, 183 HUM .lalllin --t Ffh X 1. I -3. 1 - - I - few - ilfl i I ttf: ' , -aft,?:f1SrfLiT-e 4: ffm". 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F., 263 Lauer, Edward H., 34, 35, 46, 47, so, 241 Lauer, Paul, 86, 88 Laurente, Vicente, 177 Lauridsen, Morten, 263 Lavan, Hubert, 213 LaVelle, Donald, 131, 243 Lavender, Florence, 183 LaVigne, Fred, 149 Law, Lois, 184 Lawless, James, 252 Lawrence, Charles, 84, 85, 322, 323 Lawrence, Helen, 115, 230, 257 Lawrence, Virginia, 275 Lawrie, Meriam, 264 Lawrie, Ralph, 322, 323 Lawwill, James, 280 Layne, Mary Elizabeth, 45 Lea, Betty, 232 Lea, Edgar, 131 Lea, John, 134 Lofthus, Blanche, 168 Lofthus, Lloyd, 156 Lew, Marion, 46 Lewis, Anne, 62 Lewis, Dorothy, 77, 102 Lewis, Elizabeth, 183, 264 Lewis, George, 129 Lewis, Harold, 142 Lewis, James, 122, 130, 243 Lewis, Jeannette, 280 Lewis, John, 126, 144 Lewis, Kathryn, 267 Lewis, Lee, 148 Lewis, Leonard, 58, 129, 251, 322, 323 Lewis, Margaret, 119 Lewis, Mary, 46, 113 Lewis, Ralph, 67 Lewis, Ward A., 139, 274 Libby, Lindy, 214 Libby, Roland, 72, 76, 77, sz, 151, azz, sza Lieb, Dorothy, 172, 282 Lien, Harold, 158 Lamping, Jayne, 118 Lamson, LaFell, 143 Lamson, Otis, 143, 216 Lamug, Florentino, 177 Landaas, Virginia, 77 Landis, Bob, 224 Lane, Lane, Lane, Lane, Lane, Lang, Edith, 168 Gib, 151 Robert, 139, 322, 323 Wilda, 79, 119, 275 Zeph, 151 Otto, 216 Langdon, Jack, 249, 322, 323 Langeloh, Jack, 246 Langenhan, Lois, 106 Langenhan, H. A., 51 Langess, Robert Galer, 153 Langevin, William, 217, 249 Langs, Mary, 53 Lansing, Bronson, 130, 214 Lantz, Ware, 280 Larkin, Paul, 149 La Roche, Marcia, 101 Larrowe, Charles, 151 Larsen, Daniel, 158 Larsen, Eleanor, 264 Larsen, Irene, 267 Larsen, Ivan, 322, 323 Larsen, Lois, 25, 28, 267 Larsen, Margaret, 106 , 282 Leac h, Genevieve, 266 Leaf, Boris, 44, 45 Leahy, Bud, 263 Leahy, Kathleen, 267 Leahy, William, 138, 239, 322, 323 Leaven, Tom, 279 Leaver, Thomas, 134 Leavitt, John, 46, 127 Le C Lee, Lee, Lee, Lee, Lee, Lee, Lee, Lee, Lee, Lee, Lee, Leec Leec ocq, Margaret, 113 Agnes, 46 Alice, 115 C. B., 51 Donna, 170 Helen, 252 Loreen E., 112 Norma, 167 Robert E., 148 Robert V., 246 Sui Movi, 169 Virginia, 264, 265, 322, 323 h, Jane, 116, 275 h, Dorothy Jane, 278 Leede, Eleanore, 46, 108 LaGrand, David D., 52 Le Grand, Jeanne, 53 Le Gro, Phyllis, 267 Lehnberg, John, 141 Lienau, Margaret, 77, 100, 282 Lienkaemper, Gertrude, 265 Lightfoot, Charles, 149, 246 Lilley, Cynthia, 115 Lillsjo, Maria, 266, 267, 280 Lilly, Betty, 106 Lilly, Charles, 148, 322, 323 Lilly, Joseph, 144 Lilygren, Mary Kathryn, 26, 108 Lilygren, Mimi, 67, 108 Lincoln, Doris, 74, 119, 255, 322, 323 Lind, Charlotte, 267 Lindbloom, Marian, 168, 230, 233,276 Lindblom, Roy E., 51, 52, 260 Linden, Kathryn, 160, 264 Lindgren, Laurene, 115 Lindjord, Haakon, 44, 45, 180 Lindman, Beda, 61, 79 Lindman, Robert, 149 Lindsell, William, 143, 223 Lindstrom, Arnold, 131 Linenschmidt, Warrenetta, 282 Liniger, Paul, 263, 264 Linklater, William, 138, 322, 323 Linkletter, Richard, 52, 260, 322, 323 Linney, Betty Jane, 28, 105 Leigh, Jeanne, 108 Leigland, Jennings, 278 Lein, Paul, 263 Leinard, Dorothy, 267 Leis, George, 56 Lemon, Viren, 145 Lenay, James, 142 Lennox, William, 153, 322, 323 Lintner, Marjorie, 106 Lippitt, Ernalie, 102 Lisle, Lisle, Little, Little, Little, Ruth, 322, 323 Robert, 322, 323 Dorothy, 184, 275 Margaret, 267 Walter B., 50, 56 Larsen, Olga, 322, 323 Larsen, Ruth Mary, 106, 240, 275, 322, 323 Larson, Carol, 103, 322, 323 Larson, Donald, 142, 263, 322, 323 Larson, Gudrun, 168, 230, 276, 278 Larson, Lee, 282 Larson, Robena, 100 Larson, William, 263, 138 Larson, William C., 246 Lasky, Blanche, 183, 282 Latham, Charles, 322, 323 Latham, Jackson, 143, 322, 323 Latimer, Wilson, 322, 323 Latimore, Robert, 263, 322, 323 Larson, Harriet, 168 Laube, Karl Lenont, Evan, 263 Lent Lent Lent z, Eva, 172, 282 z, Lucille, 282 z, Margaret, 172 Leonard, William W., 139 Leonard, William J., 322, 323 Leslie, Alvin, 74, 142 Leslie, R. M., 263 Letterman, Lincoln, 61, 246, 322, 323 Levin, Floyd, 268 Little, W. P., 52 age, Georgia, 107 Littlep Lively, Martha, 103 Livesey, Dorothy, 108, 322, 323 Livesley, Evelyn, 158, 230 Livesey, Kathryn, 114, 140, 322, 323 Lizzotte, Aldric, 322, 323 Lleva, Don R., 177 Lloyd, Helen, 103 Lloyd, Tony, 154, 221, 245 Loacker, Frank, 129 Levin, Raymond, 150 Levinson, Howard, 159 Levinson, Josephine, 102 Levy, Alice, 322, 323 'Lew, Frances, 240, 275, 322, 323 Loew, E. A., 34, 35, 51, 52, 260, 261 Logan, Mary, 168, 324, 325 Lochow, Robert, 137, 226, 251 Locke, Gim, 169 Lockhart, Harry, 130, 200, 201, 202, 203, 248 Lockhart, Robert, 214 Loddle, Juanita, 168 Loeiiier, Beth, 66 f uscle Men who M ust M atriculate 4f!l?"Q-'41, A if A V A177 CX ui . I, Maben, Manley, 280 Mackie, Jeanette, 80, 119, 261, 324, 325 Mackin, J. H. 51 Madden, Kathryn, 275 Madden, Robert, 136 Mader, Herman, 51 Madding, John, 263 Madigan, Frederick, 136 Mafiit, Dale, 278 Magee, William, 148 Magelsen, William, 263, 264 Magelssen, Magnus, 324, 325 Magiu, Arba, zso Maginnis, David, 152, 248, 249 249, 251, 324, 325 Magnusson, Edward, 38, 51, 52, 260 Magnusson, Isabelle, 267 Magnusson, Phillip, 38, 44 Magoon, Marmion, 138 Logg, Dave, 46 Logg, Elmer, 239 Lumen, Alfred, 142 Lommell, Vernice, 282 Lonctot, Bernard, 241 Lonergan, Clair, 119 Longbottom, Alice, 106, 324, 325 Longfellow, Alice, 119 Longmuir, James, 220 Lonsbery, Dorothy Jean, 101 Loomis, Floyd, 217, 246 Loop, Verne, 129 Lopez, Apolonio, 177 Loquvam, Henry, 143 Lorang, Fredric, 278, 282 Lorig, Arthur N., 50, 256 Lothrop, Betty Jene, 113 Loughriclge, Donald H., 51, 52 Loughbridge, Ernestine, 29 Louko, Ida, 109 Lounsbury, Ralph E., 151, 324, Lovejoy, Hazel, 264 Loverich, Ed, 208, 239 Lowe, Jane, 77, 105 Lowen, Leslie, 51 Lown, George, 135 Lowrie, James, 263 Lowry, William, 153, 324, 325 Lowther, Barbara, 105 Lowman, Lois, 267 Lowry, William, 325 Loy, Carl, 282 Lubach, Arnold, 324, 325 Lubberts, Albert, 46 Luby, Wallace, 156 Lucas, Bettty, 105 Lucas, Irene, 46, 171, 282 Lucas, John, 127 Lucore, Elizabeth, 324, 325 Lude, Evelyn, 264, 265, 324, 325 Ludford, Burton, 263 Ludowitz, Jack, 137 Ludwick, Rhoda, 168, 276 Ludwig, Richard, 246 Ludwig, William, 244, 282 Luker, John, 136 Lukes, James, 133 Lumsdaine, Arthur Allen, 50 Lund, Durland, 129 Lund, George, 189, 192 Lund, Harriet, 167 Lund, Jean, 267 Lundberg, John, 85, 324, 325 Lunde, Marilynn, 112 Lundell, Phyliss, 267, 277 Lundgren, Daris Staley, 267 Lundgren, James, 263 Lundin, Mac, 130 Lundquist, Lorraine, 267, 268 Lundquist, Ralph, 256 Lundstrom, George, 246, 324, 325 Lurie, June, 102 Lurie, Melvin, 159, 324, 325 Lutz, Florence, 27, 168, 276 Lutz, Frances, 27, 168, 276 Lycksell, Roy, 280 Lyda, Wood, 134 Lynch, James, 160 Lynch, Neil, 142 Lynn, Belle, 267 Lyon, Burton, 324, 325 Lyon, Victor, 150 Lyons, Lorraine, 112, 274 Lystad, Myrtle, 267 Lytle, Betty, 25, 29, isx, 240, 264 324, 325 Maguire, Joseph, 127 Mahlstrom, Harriet, 277 Mahncke, Antoinette, 114 Mahoney, Jack, 138 Mahone, Louise, 259 Makee, Cora, 259 Malamutes, 243 32 Q3 WJZ. ffir Artist Photographers for the 1938 Tyee Fifth Floor of the Ctary Building FIFTH AND UNION Q9 Mallagan, Dorothy, 268 Maller Elaine 29, 170, 185 Means, Arthur, 152, 197, 248, 324, y. , . 325, 326 Malloy, Doris, 266 Means, Barbara, 173, 252 Malloy, Ed, 263 Malone, Marcella, 266, 278 Maloney, Loretta, 169 Malott, Harriet, 105 Maloy, John, 158 Manchester, Dorothy, 264 Mangrum, Louise, 112, 324, 325 Mankey, Eleanor, 59, 100, 238, 240, 256, 275, 324, 325 Mankey, Geraldine, 100 Manley, Betty Lou, 76, 78, 82, 100, 255, 266 Mannes, Conrad, 245, 324, 325 Mansfield, Nora Bicknell, 38 Mansiield, Robert S., 157, 265 Marble, Eleanor, 167 Marble, Martha, 113 Marble, Mary Ann, 169, 178, 324, 325 Marching Band, 86 Marcus, Henry, 150 Marion, Blanche, 169 Marion, Nancy, 113 Markham, A. E., 51, 133, 138 Markham, Jane, 46, 170, 276 Markham, Phyllis, 229 Markov, Vic, 151, 194, 197, zos, 241, 248, 251, 307, 324, 325 Marks, Madeline, 265 Marlowe. Roy, 210 Marmont, Paul CGradesJ, 75, 137 Maron, Bettie, 117 Marontate, John, 130 Marontate, William, 130, 217 Mars, Edith, 267 Marshall, Bernice, 167 Marshall, Gertrude, 103, 324, 325 Marshall, Gordon, 127 Marshall, Harriet, 267 Marshall,John, 130, 239, 241, 324, 325 Marshall, Robert, 157 Marshall, Virginia, 16 Martin, Mrs. Arthur, 268 Martin, Cecil, 147 Martin, Charles, 245 Martin, Fowler, 132, 245, 324, 325 Martin, Gordon, 246, 263 Martin, H. H., 258 Martin, Harry, 160 Martin, Jack, 146 Martin, Linden, 145, 263 Martin, Lloyd, 161 Martin, Manford, 263, 324, 325 Martin, Merritt, 244, 346 Martin, Peter, 152 Martinez, Fernando, 177 Martos,Anacleto, 177, 324, 325 Marts, Loretta Perry, 261 Marts, Marion, 139, 324, 325 Marvin, Mary, 266 Mason, Leonard, 246 Mason, Robert, 59, 130, 243, 246 Mason, Valdene, 170, 185 Massart, Jeanne, 282 Masters, David, 139 Masters, Elizabeth, 181, 183 Masuda, Minoru, 176 Masuda, Mrs. T., 283 Matchett, Eldrieth, 266 Matheny, Howard, 80 Mathews, Kathrine, 167 Mathews, Richard, 153 Matronic, Carl, 197, 248 Matsui, Tatsuo, 324, 325 Matsumoto, Donald, 176 Matsumoto, Robert, 176 Matsushima, Richard, 176 Mattes, Frank, 151, 195, 197. 241 248, 257, 324, 325 Matthew, Henry, 125, 138 Matthews, Harry, 324, 325 Mattson, Edith Mae, 105 Mattson. Julius, 80, 127, 243, 244, 254 Matzen, Gayle K., 100 Maurrier, David, 137 Maury, Herndon, 145, 246 Maus, Betty Lou, 75, 166, 266, 307, 324, 325 Maxwell, Warren, 161 May, Arthur, 129 May, Carolyn Anne, 181, 184, 324, 325 May, Charles C., 15, 52, 241, 245 May, Margaret, 107, 324, 325 Mayeda, Jack, 176 Maynard, Marcel, 256 Mayo, Annie, 278 Mayo, Robert Porter, 50 Meacham. Betty, 25, 59, 165, 230, 2 240, 275, 324, 325 Meacham, Olive, 236 Mead, Ella. 101 Mead, George, 280 Mead, Madalyn, 107 Mead, Mary Jean, 107, 324, 325 Meade, Claire, 266 Meagher, Kathryn, 119, 324, 325 Means, Don, 130, 213 Means, Robert, 46 Meany Workshop, 68 Mechelsen, Helen, 46 Medley, Edward, 126 Medler, Eileen, 183 Medvedeff, Harold, 263, 267 Meehan, John, 144 Meeker, Dorothy. 108 Meggee, Fay, 111, 113 Meharry, Jack, 324, 325 Meier, Richard, 136 Meiklejohn, Donald, 160 Meiklejohn, James, 160 Mellinger, Duane, 156 Melrose, John, 263 Melsuky, Thomas, 246 Melton, Helen, 81. 114, 265, 324, 325 Melville, Earl, 145 Melville, Helen, 168 Mendenhall, Howard. 256, 324, 325 Mendoza, Silverio, 177 Menefee, Selden C., 50 Men's Glee Club, 84 Men's Quartet, 85 Menten, Dorothy, 113, 324, 325 Merager, Helen, 80, 101 Mercer, Eleanor Brown, 169 Mercer, Sally, 267, 278 Mercy, Paul,161 Meredith, Coy, 130, 324, 325 Merklin, Ralph, 208, 324, 325 Merrick, Ivan, 153, 324, 325 Merrick, Rebecca, 281 Merrifield, Wright, 151, 245, 324, 325 Merrill, David, 263 Metz, Peggy, 101 Metzger, Richard, 127 Metzler, Ed, 222 Meydenbauer, Paul, 157 Meyer, Art, 278 Meyer, Dorothy Jane, 79, 119, 326, 327 Meyer, Edmond, 125, 156, 326, 327 Meyer, Walter H., 264 Meyer, Werner, 130 Meyers, Sam, 250 Meyring, Max. 263 Michalson, Victor, 189, 192, 250 Michalson, Ellis, 278 Mickelson, Stanley, 142, 213, 280 Middleton, Edith, 168 Middleton, Mary Jane, 46, 77 Middleton, Putnam, 62, 145 Mielkey, Mildred, 181, 184, 326, 327 Mihailov, Nicholas, 268 Mikkelson, William, 132 Mil, Severo, 177 Milburn, Mary Alice, 167 Milbank, Norman, 142, 192, 250 Miles, Evelyn. 103 Miles, Gladys, 121 Miles, Janet, 106 Miles, Margaret, 173 Milkie, Fred, 326, 327 Millard, Mary, 267 Miller, Alfred, 51, 52, 245 Minnis, Dorothy, 266 Minor, Lamonte, 75, 137, 222, 249, 252 Minor "W" Club, 249 Mission, Marian, 182 Mitchell, Dorothy, 61, 282 Mitchell, H. Eugene, 260 Mitchell, Mary Eleanor, 183 Mitchell, Richard, 149 Mitchell, William, 158 Mittishaw, John, 213 Mize, Edward, 277 Moceri, James, 50 Moch, Bob, 191, 193. 239, 248, 280 Moch, Marjorie, 170, 280 Modini, Hazel, 267 Moe, Ernest, 280 Moe, Frederick, 151, 326, 327 Moe, Olive, 279 Moehring, Charles, 156 Moehring, Doris, 183 Moen, Chester, 129, 326, 327 Molitor, Henry, 132 . Moll, Mira, 100 Molony, Kathleen, 108, 168 Momoda, Richard, 176 Momoi, Jack, 176 Momoi, Jimmie, 176 Monahan, Kathleen, 77, 115 Monahan, Patricia, 115 Monk, Mildred, 326, 327 Monkus, Frank, 158 Monson, Olga, 46 Montana Club, 278 Montgomery, Gordon, 156 Montgomery, Joan, 115, 262 Montgomery, John, 143 Montgomery, Josephine Ann, 28 Montgomery, Justyn, 46 Montgomery, Richard, 130, 205, 207, 248, 251 Montgomery, William, 16 Moodie, Donnabelle, 112. 262, 326, 327 Moyer, Yukona, 121, 277, 326, 327 Much, c harles, 198 Much, Rudy, 212 Mueller, Beth, 77, 101, 282 Mueller, Dorothy, 118 Muir, Edith, 281 Muir, Frederick, 246 Mukai, Mariko, 85, 283 Mulholland, Eugene, 133 Mullemeister, Hermance, 51 Mulrine, Daniel. 144 Mumma. John, 22, 143, 243 Mund, Vernon A., 50, 256 Munekiyo, Fred, 176, 326, 327 Munger, Bettie, 107, 326, 327 Munger, Richard, 18, 130 Munroe, Katherine, 169, 261, 326, 327 Munroe, Mae Rose, 168. 326, 327 Munson, Herbert J.. 260 Mu Phi Epsilon, 261 Muriin, Richard, 72, 265 Mun'-in, Thomas, 179, 258, 326, 327 Murnen, Edgar, 144, 246 Murphy, Helen, 266 Murphy, John R., 146, 214 Murphy, Joseph, 282 Murphy, Mae, 267 Murphy, Miriam, 264, 326, 327 Murphy, Nicholas, 268 Murphy, Richard, 138, 252 Murphy, Robert, 130 Murphy, Thomas E., 126 Murphy, Thomas H., 260 Murray, Celeste, 100 Murray, Dorothy, 101, 326, 327 Murray, Donald. 278 Murray, Edward. 261, 326, 327 Murray, G. W., 263 Murray, Jack, 127 Murray, Jane, 116 Murray, Marian, 29, 183 Murray, Mary, 58, 100, 326, 327 Murray, Robert, 189, 192, 248, 250 Murrill, Margaret, 118, 140, 169 Moody, Betty, 107 Moody, Jeanne, 28, 46, 183 Moody, Robert, 77, 151, 270 Moore, Barbara, 119, 326, 327 Moore, Beverly Anne, 28, 119 Moore, George, 145, 246 Moore, James, 154 Moore, James A., 326, 327 Moore, Maric Moore, Polly, a, 113, 274 326, 327 Moore, Richard, 137 Moran, John, 282 Moran, Peggy, 115, 230, 320, 327 More, Charles C., 50, 51, 52 Moren, Peggy, 114 Morford, Maxine, 252 Morgan, Art, 130, 204, 207, 241, 248, 251, 305, 326, 327 Morgan, Ivor, 326, 327 Morgan, Jean, 119 Morgan, Lulu, 120 Morgan, Marvin, 132 Morgan, Murray, 239 Morgan, William, 144, 280 Mori, Prudencio, 177 Morimoto, Masato, 268 Morimizu, Hide, 25, 283, 326, 327 Miller, Alice, 267, 326,327 Miller, Audrei, 276 Miller, Bruce, 125, 129 Miller, C. E., 51 Miller. Charles J., 254 Miller, Charles W., 138, 326, 327 Miller, Charlotte, 107 Miller. Delia. 326, 327 Miller, Dorothy Anna, 326, 327 Miller, Dorothy M.. 326, 327 Miller, Doryanne, 229, 252 Miller, Eathel, 173 Miller, Eileen, 170 Miller, Ellen, 67 Miller, Gail, 170 Miller. Grace King, 267 Miller, James, 278 Miller, Jean, 118 Miller, Jess, 204, 241, 248, 251 Miller, Lucille, 168, 276, 326. 327 Miller, Margaret, 62, 107 Miller, Mary, 267 Miller, Maxine, 106, 326, 327 Miller, Mercedes. 120 , Miller, Merle, 144, 195, 196, 197, 199, 204, 251 Miller, C R. .. 51 Miller, Robert R., 150 Miller, Robert S., 326, 327 Miller, Saxon, 107 Miller, Shirley, 167 Miller, Thurston, 256, 326, 327 Miller, Winlock, 33 Millice, Margaret, 170, 278, 326. 327 Milliken, Edward, 135 Milliman, Gordon, 151 Mills, James, 160 Mills, Robert, 244 Mills, Shirley, 27, 100 Millson. Wallace, 245, 326, 327 Minnette, Beverly, 108 Morimizu, Toshi, 283, 326, 327 Morita, Michito, 50 Morita, Shigeru, 176, 258 Moritz, R. E., 51 ' l, Fannie, 116, 326, 327 Morrill, Jean, 113 Morris, Jean, 109 Morris, Luella, 106, 326, 327 Morris, Richard, 148 Morris, Richard, 280 Morris, Roger, 188, 192, 239, 241, 248, 250 Morris, William, 326, 327 Morrison, Betty Belle, 22, 26, 53, 107, 242, 274, 303 Morrison, Frank, 149 Morrison, Harriet, 22, 61, 72, 108, 264, 275 Morrison, Horace, 61, 246 Morrison, Jean, 113 Morse, George, 263 Morse, Jane, 267, 326, 327 Morse, Russell, 131 Morse, Sam, 263 Morrissey. Betty, 182 Morrow, Dorothy, 53, 182 Morrow, Helen, 326, 327 Morrow. Peter, 152 Mortar Board, 238 Morton, Myrtile, 277 Moser, Dick, 248 Mote, Ellen, 267 Mottet, Arthur, 263, 264, 326, 327 Mottishaw, John, 263 Moughtin, Betty, 103, 275 Mounsey, Richard, 244 Mount, Dorthe, 114, 140, 326. 327 Mounter, Rebecca. 103. 326, 327 Mowry, Edith. 70 Moy, Helen, 266, 267 Moyer, Marianna, 112 Morril Murry, Edna, 115 Musser, Alice, 78, 264, 326, 327 Muszynski, LaVona, 326, 327 Muzzy, Emaline, 115 Myers, Carlyn, 102, 278 Myers, Mary Elsie, 268 Myhre, Dorothy, 169 Myhre, Leonard, 246 McAdams, Dean, 158, 212, 217 McAneny, Mary, 81 McAllister, Edith, 169 McAlpin, Eleanor, 109 McAskill, Robertt, 136, 324, 325 McCaffray, Dorothea, 113, 282 McCai'fray, Jane, 110, 113 McBeth, Joline, 172, 282 McBride, Helen, 267 McBride, Mary Louise QMollyj, 72, 107 MacBride, Philip D., 33 McBride, Ward, 263 McCabe, Mary, 46, 282 McCall, Florence, 120 McCallum, John, 142 McCallum, Mary Jane, 119 McCarthy, John, 148 McCarthy, Mary, 172, 282 McCarthy, Kathleen, 267 McCaughan, Charles, 158, 245, 324, 325 McCauley, Jack, 154 McChesney, Donald, 152 McClelland. Marian, 183 McC1incy, Willard, 263 McCloskey. Leo, 263, 282 McCloy, Russell, 324, 325 McClure, Horace, 17. 59, 70, 156, 241, 324, 325 McClure, Laura, 66, 67, 262 McClure, Nancy, 167 McClure, Russell, 258 McColl, Josephine, 62, 74, 103 McComb, Betty, 276 McComb, Ellen, 240, 275,276, 324, 325 McConahey, J. M,, 256 McCormick, Betty, 267 McCormack, Harry, 263 McCormick, June, 103 McCormick, Myrtle, 168, 233 McCormick, Ruth, 281, 324, 325 McCouch. Grace. 324, 325 McCoy, Ray, 246 McCoy, Keith, 125, 157, 241, 324, 325 McCrackin, John P,, 151 McCrackin, Joseph R., 151 McCrary, Beth, 100, 268, 282 McCroskey, Floyd, 152, 324, 325 McCroskey, Shirley, 80, 109 McCulloch, Theodore, 134, 324, 325 McCullough, Andrew, 263 McCullough, Charles, 324, 325 McCullagh, June, 324, 325 McCurdy, Barbara, 21, 26, 114, 229 McCurdy, Wells, 46, 136, 246 McCurrach, David, 131 McCutcheon, Kathleen, 170.324, 325 McDermott. John, 143 BANK- P v,,mm,g'A 0 xxx Tea Us effaausmav N V -mf-:i4fF" 11Ef5ff5"" ' fr V. N ci ' -"- --A'l it - -1-:' 2 ..., .ei 55" Serfvice to Washington . . . a phrase that typiiies the loyalty of students and alumni to their alma mater. It also represents an ideal that guides us in rendering banking service to the many students and student organizations that We count among our friends at the University . . . UNIVERSITY BRANCH THE NATIONAL BANK OF CUMMERCE OF SEATTLE CORNER OF EAST 45TH AND UNIVERSITY WAY Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Washington Builds Championship Crews Cctonek Builds Championship Athletic Award Sweaters 1626 FIFTH Ave. 0 C T 0 E K SEATTLE MacDonald, Annette, 278 MacDonald, Bill, 215 McDevitt, Bob, 48, 49, 265 McDonald, Clark, 152, 249, 324, 325 McDonald, Hank, 202, 203 MacDonald, Janet C., 173, 280 McDonald, Janet W., 116 MacDonald, Jean, 114, 324, 325 MacDonald, John, 245 MacDonald, Kathryn, 266, 324, 325 MacDonald, Lawrence, 151 McDonald, Mae, 267 McDonald, Mary Jane, 103, 109, 275 McDonald, Mary R., 109, 169 MacDonald, Ray, 52, 324, 325 McDonald, Ruth, 103, 324, 325 McDonnell, Mary, 77, 106 McDonnell, Pearl, 178 McDoughall, William, 324, 325 MacDowell, Jay, 158 McEachren, Marianne, 267 McFarlan, L. H., 51 McFarland, Fred, 62, 142, 274 McFarland, Jessie, 121 McFee, Malcom, 143 McGee, Jane, 100, 324, 325 McGandy, Betty, 184 McGeoL1gh, Eileen, 259. 282 McGeough, Catherine, 282 McGhee, Wallace, 153 ,, iffy' ' , Naden, Mary, 46, 170 Nairn, Bette, 113, 274 Nakamora, Tsuyoshi, 176, 326, 327 Nakao, Mitzi, 283 Nakashima, Kimiaki, 176 Nakasone, Takeshi, 283 Nakata, Charles, 176 Nakata, Katsuko, 283 Nakauchi, Sachiko, 283 Narodick, Daniel, 150 Nather, Frederick, 260, 326, 327 Nattinger, Jack, 156 Natzel, Robert, 149 Navarre, R. G., 263 Naylor, W. H., 51 Neale, Alfred, 263 Neikirk, L. I., 51 Neill, Eugene Rolff, 130, 326, 327 Neill, William, 130, 301 Neilsen, Josephine, 168, 282 Neiss, Wilmer, 278 Nellis, Neil, 17, 180, 326, 327 Nelson, Anah, 326, 327 Nelson, Arthur, 277 Nelson, Betty, 103, 276 Nelson, Carl, 326, 327 Nelson, Carroll, 179 Nelson, Dorothy, 168, 230, 231 Nelson, Dorothy Laureta, 45 Nelson, Evelyn, 326, 327 Nelson, Everett J., 50 Nelson, Frederick, 142 Nelson, Grover, 326, 327 Nelson, Helen, 170 Nelson, Helge, 326, 327 Nelson, Herbert, 246 1 1 1 4 x, ,N mfg Mochie, Betty, 114, 324, 325 McGinitie, Caroline, 264 McGoldrick, James, 21, 143, 205, 207, 248, 251 McGovern, Patricia, 107 McGowan, Charles, 278 McGrath, Catherine, 282 McGrath, Mary Jane, 106 McGrath, Maxine, 257 MacGregor, Marjorie, 64, 262 MacGregor, Phyllis, 107, 324, 325 McGrew, Jayne, 78, 168 McGuane, Harry, 18, 243, 303 McGuigan, Jean, 77 McGuire, William, 282 McHardie, Barbara, 103 McHenry, Fred, 46 McHugh, Pat, 125, 139, 324, 325 MCI-Iugo, Jean, 168 Mcllraith, Kathryn, 112, 264, 276 Mclnnes, Margaret. 171, 276 McIntosh, Lawrence, 18, 80, 97, 103, 144, 243 McIntosh, Richard, 130 Mclntyre, Harry J., 256 McIntyre, Jean, 264 Mclntyre, Robert, 264 McIntyre, William, 263 MacKay, Robert, 134 McKee Hall, 170 McKee, Harry, 133 McKee, Jean, 116 McKee, Lillian, 267 McKeehan, John, 160, 241, 239 McKe1-mey House, 171 MacKenzie, Art, 179 MacKenzie, Christine, 267 McKenzie, Vernon, 82, 151, 254, 265 MacKenzie, D. H., 147, 219, 239, 241, 256, 257 McKenzie, John, 148, 246 McKeown, Robert, 158 McKibben Martha 119 McKinnell, James, 246 MacKinnon, Alice, 117 MacKinnon, Dorothy, 121 McLaren. Lucile, 106, 324, 325 McLaren, Mary Ann, 114 MacLaren, Sandy, 249, 251 McLachlan, Margaret, 184, 264 McLachIin, Edward, 263 McLauchlan, Duncan, 59, 217 McLaughlin, Charlotte, 73, 119, McLaughlin, Rosemary, 117 MacLean, Dorothy, 228, 229, 252 McLean, Herbert, 277 McLean, Marian, 80, 101 MacLeish, Annie, 118, 141 McLellan, Helen, 228, 229 McLellan, Lillian, 120 'J Notice the Notable Noodles n if 'cy N f cf . if 47:11 N . ,lqgali U' ., , PQ 0 1 ' My Nelson, Hylo, 71, 91, 280 Nelson, Jack, 278 Nelson, Katherine, 184 Nelson, Kendrick, 280 Nelson, Lillian, 267 Nelson, Ned, 326, 327 Nelson, Randal, 46 Nelson, Richard L., 136 Nelson, Robert, 126, 145 Nelson, Seymour, 280 Nelson, Sidney, 268 Nelson, Thomas, 129 Nelson, William, 46, 145 Nesbitt, Louise, 172 Nesbit, Marion, 167 Ness, Camille, 18, 22, 26, 97, 109, 242 Ness, Elizabeth, 119, 169, 326, 327 Ness, Kermit, 326, 327 Neth, Charles, 263, 326, 327 Neu, Carl, 142 Neuenschwander, Laura May, 264, 326, 327 Neuenschwander, Robert, 326, 327 Neupert, John, 132 Neville, Kathleen, 101, 326, 327 Nevin, Blair, 21 Newberger, Richard, 159 Newbury, Ray G., 236 Newcomber, Jerold Anne, 100, 293, 326, 327 Newell, Margaret, 53 Newhouse, Dean, 36, 39, 241 Newhouse, Sally and Peter, 39 Newlands, Lawrence, 15, 132, 241, 249, 326, 327 Newman Club, 282 Newman, Hall, 172 Newman, Ray H., 263, 326, 327 Newschwander, W. W., 51 Newton, Beryl, 267 Newton, Charles, 195, 197, 199 Newton, Jack, 129 Nicholls, John, 129 Nichols, Joyce, 167 Nicholson, James, 151 Nicholson, Margaret, 264, 281, 326, 327 Nicholson, Marshall, 246 Nicks, Alma, 266 Nicola, Ray, 279, 282 Nicola, Helen, 119, 326, 327 Nicolai, Max Rene. 50 Nieman, Howard, 179 Nigh, Amelia, 276 Nilayan, Carpio V., 177 Nilsen, Eleanor, 108, 274 Nisbett, Lorraine, 282 Nishi, Masa, 283 Nishi, Yohji, 176 Nishikawa, Ikuko, 283 Nishimura, Ted H., 176 Nishisaka, Michiko, 283 Nishitana, W., 263 Nissen, Peter, Jr., 122, 152, 226 Noda, Steere, 176 Nojiri, Esther, 283 Nojiri, George K., 260 Noon, Henry, Jr., 152 Noonan, D., 263 Norbisrath, Hans, 135 Norcross, Ellinor, 120 Nord, Russel, 157, 193, 250 36 MacLeod, Jean, 25, 28, 70, 73, 76, 77, 82, 100, 225, 266 McLeod, Julius, 152 MacLeod, Kenneth, 126, 168, 255. 257 McMahon, Barbara, 168, 230, 278 McMahon, Edward, 50 McMahon, Mary, 109 McMahon, Thomas, 324, 325 McManus, Ellen, 118 MacMillan, Dorothy, 252, 268 McMillin, Jim, 145, 188, 190, 192, 239, 248, 250, 324, 325 McMinn, Bryan T., 17, 51, 52, 250, 261 McNab, Robert, 246 McNelly, Margaret, 115 McNeil, Mary E., 230, 252 McPhail, Mary Katherine, 109, 324, 325 McPhee, Alice Burdett Mason, 50 McPherson, Bonnie, 111 MacPherson, Lincoln, 263 MacPherson, Richard, 125,263 McRae, James, 16, 81, 137 McSherry, Jack, 46 Mahlstrom, Harriet. 277 Maben, Manley, 280 Macchi, Aida, 111 Mackie, Jeannette, 80, 119, 261, Nordby, Barbara, 62, 80, 109 Nordby, Lincoln, 152, 246, 274 Nordeen, William, 256 Nordlund, Alvin, 156 Norelius, Lorraine, 166, 173, 326, 327 Norlemann, Eleanor, 178 Norman, Brooks, 160 Norman, Byron, 126 Norman, Kate, 267, 326, 327 Norman, Lawrence, 151 Norman, Lewis, 263 Norman, Marion, 119 Norman, Raymond. 149 Normoyle, Blair, 69 Noro, Seiko, 268 Norris, Albert, 245, 268, 327 Norris, Eugene,'51, 136 Noser, Jack, 138 North, Arny, 261 North, Vincent, 58, 138 Northcraft, Richard, 148 Norton, David, 61, 220, 246, 326, 327 Norton, John, 328, 329 Norton, Ruth, 26, 28, 170, 279 Nottelmann, R. H., 50 Nottingham, Lucile, 278 Novak, Henry, 125, 147, 280, 328, 329 Novikov, Lucy Ann, 268, 282, 328, 329 Nowogroski, Ed, 152, 239, 241 Nu of Phrateres, 184 Nurick, Evelyn, 102 Nurses' Club, 267 Nutley, Jack, 151 Nyberg, Margaret, 328, 329 Nyberg, Gordon, 143 Nylund, Juliana Alma, 50 Nystrom, Violet, 328, 329 2 iging Offspring, Ofttimes Obstreperous ' R ,Q We N ' ll N'91iU.fa 1 . Ve? kr Oakland, Howard, 256, 280 Obenour, Jack, 138 Ober, Theodore, 328, 329 Obien, Mauro G., 177 O'Brien, Josephine, 118 O'Brien, Loretta, 118, 301 O'Brien, Mr. and Mrs. Robert, 20 O'B1-yan, J. Grattan, 282 Obzina, Josef, 46 O'Connor, Kathleen, 109, 275 O'Connor, Patricia, 109, 328, 329 O'Dea, Harley, 137 Offer, Elkon, 159 Ogawa, Ethel, 252 Ogawa, Hoichi, 176 Ogden. A. C.. 51, 59, 109, 238, 240, 268, 328, 329 Ohata, Ed, 193, 250, 270 Ohman, Janet, 103 Ohmoto, Masao, 176, 268 Oien, Helen, 328, 329 Oien, Pearl, 328, 329 Oistad, Elmore, 179 Okabe, Mary, 283 Okada, Takao, 176, 328, 329 Okaxnaru, Shoji, 176 Okano, 176 Okasalci, Kirniko, 283 Okazaki, Chizuko, 283, 328, 329 Olafson, Sigrun, 259, 328, 329 Olcott, Virginia, 267, 268 Oldfield, John, 280 Olds, Helen, 108 O'Leary, Janet, 113 Oleson, Beulah, 184 Oleson, Peggy Ann, 103 Oliveras, Cleto M., 177 Oliver, Charlotte, 85, 170, 185 Oliver, Louise, 261 Oliver, Marion, 116,275 Oliver, Stanley, 260, 328, 329 Olmsted, Natalie, 117, 328, 329 Olsen, Corrine, 267 Olsen, Dorothy, 62, 118 For 19 Years WE'VE STUDIED YOUR NEEDS Many men who have completed their University education continue their habitof dropping h1fortheh'appare1 requirements. 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'.. 2- if' sf' me I O'Neil, Harley, 246 O'Neil, Harvey, 246 0'Neill, Harry, 282 Onstad, Curtis, 147 Oosteholf, John, 328, 329 Opdahl, Alfred, 263, 328, 329 Orkney, Edward, 280 Orphan, Rhodesa, 115, 276 Orr, Luella, 262 Osborn, F. A., 51 Osborne, Joanna, 103 nn W anting Prodigies a 4 on . "9 A 'i' .4 " 'P- 'J-.4 Pacis, Arturo, 177 Padelford, Charles, 190, 241 Padelford, Frederick Morgan, 35, 39, 50, 241 Paddock, William, 249, 252 Page, Walter, 149, 216 Paine, Marjeane, 173 Paine, Mazie, 276 Palin, Jeannette, 268 Palmason, Edward, 84, 85, 154, 328, 329 Palmason, Victor, 88, 204, 207, 239, 241, 248, 249, 328, 329 Palmer, Charles, 246, 328, 329 Palmer, Esther, 30, 167, 328, 329 Palmer, Harvard, 85 Palmer, Perry, 222 Palmer, Richard, 246 Palmer, Wylie, 145 Palmroth, Lilie May, 280 Palo, Emil, 214 Pangburn, Ralph, 278 Panhellenic, 124 Panton, James, 138, 204, 241, 248, 249, 251, 328, 329 Pan Xenia, 258 MD Pearce, John, 132, 244, 246 Pearce, Jack and Jill, 39 Pearce, Josephine, 167 Pearl, I. A., 51 Pearl, M. J., 51 Pearson, Alvin, 328, 329 Pearson, Pearson, Pearson, Pearson, Pearson, Pearson, Peasley, Donald, 138 Ingrid, 168, 280 Kenneth, 151 Leonard, 246 Mrs. Harry, 255 Percy, 215 Dick, 156 Peck, Izora, 267, 276 Peck, Ke Peck, Mi Peck, Ro nneth, 144 riam Louise, 50 bert, 156 P. E. Club, 252 Peden, Dorothy, 184, 2 Pedersen, Alice, 267 Pedersen, Evelyn A., 171 Pedersen, John, 246 Pedersen, Robert A., 246 Pederson, Alda, 46 Peine, Robert, 151 33, 252 Pape, Theodore, 138 Paquette, Beatrice, 328, Parberry. Sterling, 218 Paris, Paulla, 80, 101 Parker, Parker, Elayne, 29 George, 279 329 Parker, Jack, 144, 215 Parker, Lewis, 144 . Parker, Lorne, 137 Parker, Margaret, 121, 275, 328, 329 Parker, Max, 52, 328, 329 Parker Poll Ann 108 Peltola, Walter, 280 Pemberton, Verne, 328, 329 Penberthy, John, 265 Penchos, Kenneth, 78, 254. 328, 329 Pendergrast, Yvonne, 181, 184, 240, 264, 265, 328, 329 Penick, Archie. 51 Penn, Marguerite, 328, 329 Pennington, Jack, 151 Pennington, Ruth E., 50 Penrod, Joseph, 280 Penttinen Aila 18 1 Y 1 Parker, Sydney, 118 Parker, William, sa, 145, 328, 329 Parkhill, Lawrence, 149, 245 Parkhurst, Warren, 46 Parkin, Donald, 144, 328, 329 Parkinson, Anita, 276 Parks, Dorothy, 17, 25, 29, 61, 75, 105, 122, 242, 303 Parks, Frances, 112, 277 Parr, Cliliford E., 152, 245, 263, 280, 328, 329 Parrott, John, 148, 246 Parry, Anne, 116 Parry, Will, 134 Parsons, Marge, 116, 328, 329 Parsons, Robert, 143, 250 Partlow, Kenneth, 152, 226 Partymiller, Louise, 328, 329 Pascua, Andres, 177, 258, 329 Paterson, Hunt, 130, 241, 248, 305, 328, 329 Pates, Gordon, 74, 265 Patrick, Joseph, 153 Patterson, Ann, 169, 278 Patterson, Duane, 328, 329 Patterson, Elizabeth, 278 Patterson, Frank, 153 Patterson, Jean, 119 Pattison, Lawrence, 263, 328, 329 Patton, Dorothy Ann, 262, 329 Patton, Jane, 66 Patton, Matthew, 148, 328, 329 Pattullo, Dorothy, 116, 274 Paul, Fred, 136, 277, 329 Paul, Louis, 328, 329 Paul, William, 136 Paulson, Kathryn, 113 Pauw, Adrian, 52 Paxton, Betty Jane, 116, 328, 329 Payne, Blanche, 264, 265 Payne, David, 263 Payne, Douglas, 138, 246 Payne, Fred, 59, 146 Payne, William, 148, 328, 329 Payuyo, Vincent, 177 Peabody, Max, 158 Peach, Samuel, 246 Pearce, J. Kenneth, 39, 151, 264 . , 4 Peregrine, Lorraine, 18, 112 Perkins, Howard, 152 Perkins, Jane, 103, 275 Perkins, Mary Louise, 282 Perkins, Sara Jayne, 105 Perry, Gerald, 282 Perry, Iverne, 18. 97, 107 Perry, Louise, 252 Perry, M Perry M arcus, 144 argaret, 77, 101 Perry, Priscilla, 113 Perry, Thomas, 153 Persinger, June, 170 Person, Hanna, 328, 329 Personette, George, 217, 249 Perspectives, 81 Perucho, Ricardo, 177 Peter, Doris, 167, 229, 231, 282 Peters, C harles, 263 Peters, Cordelia, 184 Peters, Corinne, 103 Peters, Elizabeth, 168 Peters, Frank, 123, 145, 195, 197, 248 Peters George, 263 Peters, Jack, 153 Peters, Victoria, 117, 276 Petersen, Thad, 157 Peterson, Evelyn Mae, 171 Peterson, Gertrude, 267 Peterson, Harry, 263 Peterson . Henry, 161 Peterson, Joyce, 119, 276 Peterson , Margaret. 259 Peterson. Nancy, 267 Peterson, Patricia, 19, 100 Peterson, Pearl, 266 Peterson, Ralph, 256 Peterson, Ray, 278 Peterson, Richard, 137 Peterson Peterson ,Sall 77 103 264 Y. 1 - , Sara Louise, 275 Peterson, Theodore, 46, 153 Peterson, Verne, 328, 329 Peterson, Vernon, 73, 158, 244 Peterson, Virgil, 74, 77, 146, 265 Peterson, Walter, 263, 264, 328, 329 Peterson. W. G.. 51 Petit, Jack, 160 Osborne, Marigale, 50, 51 O'Shea, Eleanor, 49, 116, 274 O'Shea, Kay, 70, 116, 328, 329 Ostenson, Louis, 152 Osterhaug, Josephine, 328, 329 Osterhout, Clayton, 328, 329 Osterman, Ruby Amelia, 50, 51, 265 Osterud, G, Dean, 260 Osthoff, Arlene, 77 ' Ostroff, Violet, 51 Ostrom, Dewey, 77, 211, 244, 248 358 Ota, Kenji, 176 Ottinger, Chester, 146 Ottosen, P. H., 245 Outouse, Jacklyn, 108 Oval Club, 241 Overbeck, Richard, 135 Owen, Robert, 154, 328, 329 Owen, Thomas, 132, 244, 246 Owens, Frances, 168 Owens, Lois, 167 nd Pent-u p Politicians Petrich, James, 149, 282 Petrich, Martin, 149 Petrie, Virginia, 107, 114 Pettelle, William, 146 Pettit, Ward, 160 Petty, Charles S., 152, 246 Phair, Nancy, 109 Phalanx, 274 Phelan, James, 40, 197, 198, 241 Phelan, Margaret, 53 Phelan, Mary, 112, 328, 329 Phelan, Mike, 40 Phelps, Betty, 181 Phelps, Lloyd, 197 Phelps, Mary Elizabeth, 328, 329 Phelps, Patricia, 118 Phelps, Polly, 18, 276 Phi Alpha Rho, 280 Phi Chi Delta, 281 Phi Delta Theta, 142 Phi Gamma Delta, 143 Phi Kappa Psi, 144 Phi Kappa Sigma, 145 Philbrick, Daisy, 108, 328, 329 Philbrick, Richard, 143 Philbrick. Warren, 60, 62, 143, 239, 241, 250, 261, 328, 329 Philip, Maison, 263 Philip, Robert, 143, 274, 279 Phillips, Clifford, 218, 268 Phillips, Dorothy, 181 Phillips, Elizabeth, 118, 328, 329 Phillips, George, 142 Phillips, James. 131 Phillips, John N., 246 Phillips, John O., 17, 125, 151, 152, 241, 307, 328, 329 Phillips, Kay, 118, 328, 329 Phillips, Richerda, 280 Phillips, Robert, 70, 220 Phi Mu, 117 Phi Mu Gamma, 262 Phinney, Norma, 46, 107, 233 Phi Sigma Kappa, 161 Phoutrides. Aspasia, 84 Phrateres Federation, 181 Pi Beta Phi, 118 ' Picard, Jack, 126 Picht, Donald, 149, 220, 249, 328. 329 Pickard, Herbert, 159 Pierce, Frank, 142 Pierce, Gloria, 114, 122, 302 Pierce, John, 127 Pierce, Harry R.. 221,245 Pierce, Mary, 282 Pierce, Milton, 52, 328, 329 Pierce, Patricia, 119 Pierce, William, 263 Pierson, Lillian, 77, 267 Piggott, Gwen, 118, 274 Pi Kappa Alpha, 146 Pi Kappa Phi, 147 Pike, Mary, 113 Pi Lambda Theta, 259 Pineo, Munro, 62, 97, 111, 149, 227, 243, 328, 329 Pinkham, Suzanne, 168 Pinneh, Dorothy. 100 Piper, Dennis, 126 Piper, Sidney, 129 Pitchford, Gene, 46, 140, 151, 274 Pitter, Maxine, 267 Pittman, Jack, 278 Plamondon, Bernadine, 282 Plant, Betty, 141 Plant, Elizabeth, 118 Plath, Jeanne, 118 Platt, Helen, 267 Player, Beverly, 276 Plumb, David, 263 Plummer, Albert, 209, 210, 248, 328, 329 Plummer, Harold, 328, 329 Pocock, George, 56, 241 Poe, David, 134 Poe, Helen, 25, 26, 59, 113, 233, 240, 328, 329 Poe, Patricia, 105 Poe, Polly, 114 Poff, Gordon, 137 ' Pohlman, Marion, 166, 172, 280, 282, 328, 329 Poimiroo, Maurice, 263, 328, 329 Poitevin, Joseph, 151 Poitevin, Rose, 28, 108 Pclachek, Robert, 328, 329 Pollard, Robert T., 50, 146 Polson, Betty, 46 Polson. Elizabeth, 118, 274 Polwarth, Trula, 173, 328, 329 Poole, Harold, 136 Pooser, Clyde, 146 Poplack, Gerald, 268 Porozoff, Nicholas, 134, 274 Porteous, Norman, 156, 274 Pott, Helen, 168, 282 Pottenger, Jack, 328, 329 Potter, Gordon, 330, 331 Pottratz, Dennis, 61, 125, 126, 245, 255, 328, 329 Potts, Tom, 64, 66 Pound, Jean, 170 Pound, Vera, 170 Pousard, Alfred, 151 Powell, Elizabeth, 267 Powell, John, 156 Powell, Marjorie, 167, 185 Powell, S. G., 51 Powers, Francis F., 50, 69 Powers, Gordon, 250, 330, 331 Pozzi, Archie, 129 Pratt, Althea Hazel, 267 Pratt, Bronwen, 18, 112, 330, 331 Pratt, Elizabeth, 117, 330, 331 Pratt, Harry, 246 Pratt, Irving, 160 Pratt, Lee, 46 Pre-Medics Club, 268 Prerno, Delores, 166, 330, 331 Prentice, Claudia, 168, 276 Preston, Dorothy, 264 Preston, Frank, 246 Preston, Howard, 241, 256 Price, Edward, 330, 331 Price, Howard, 126, 263 Price, Jack, 330, 331 Price, John, 137 Price, Kathleen, 168, 267 Price, William G., 151 Price, W. J., 263 Prichard, DeWitt, 280 Prickett, Mary Jane, 103, 282 Priess, Newell, 97, 143, 202, 203 Primus, Almira, 282 Prins, Robert, 130, 274 Pripp, Alwin, 153, 248 Pripp, Bud, 208 Pritchard, William, 153 Prlenda, George, 46 Proctor, Phimister, 264 Pruett, John W., 260, 330, 331 Pruitt, Mary Helen, 80, 118 Pugel, Stanley L., 134, 260, 331 Pugsley, Mary Janet, 94, 103 Pullen, Harriet, 277 Puppetry, 68 Purcell, Hugh, 134, 330, 331 Purdue, Robert, 44, 148, 197, 244 Purdy, Bud, 278 Purdy, Frank, 154 Purdy, Frank W., 246 Purdy, Ray, 134, 274 Purple Shield, 244 Puryear, Kathryn, 114 Putman, Erma, 280 Putnam, George, 137 Putnam, Glenn, 254 Putnam, William, 136 Putney, Kenneth, 151 Pyfer, John, 209, 248 Pyle, Jane, 167 9 WHITING Letterman Sweaters are the best money can buy H. L. 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Sanderson, 259 Radio, 69 Raffelson, Phyllis, 170 Ralielson, Ray, 133, 246 Rahskopf, Frances Jordan, 262 Rait, Eddie, 259 Raitt, Effie I., 51, 264, 265 Rakestraw, George, 145 Raleigh, Edward, 279 Rall, Vera, 267, 280 Rally Committee, 18 Rambaldini, Frank, 282 Ramberg, Ingwald, 265, 330, 331 Ramsby, Jane, 119 Ramsey, Alberta, 119, 278 Ramsey, Clarence, 263 Ramstead, Robert, 263 Randall, Robert, 33, 154, 263, 331 Randles, James, 156, 217, 246, 249 Randles Kathr n 103 276 330 1 Y , , V . 331 Randles. Harriett, 79, 119 Rank, Vincent, 132 Rankin, Barbara, 108, 261 Rankin. Jean, 108, 261, 275, 330, 331 Ransdell, Kirk, 129, 246 Ransom, Jean Claire, 107 Rantz, Joseph, 188, 192, 239, 241, 248, 330, 331 Ranyard, Jean, 46, 108 Raphael, Berenice, 102, 274 Raphael, Ellen, 169, 264, 265, 330,331 Raquel, Alfredo, 177 Rashford, Edna, 119 Raskov, H. E., 51 Rasmussen, Esther, 77, 101 Rathvon, Hal, 145, 274 Rathvon, Margaret, 103, 330, 331 Rau, Charlotte, 275 Rauch, Clovd Dixon, 46, 142 Rautman, Fred C., 139 Rawson, Jean, 111 Rawson. Margaret, 114, 330, 331 Ray, Verne F.. 51 Raymond, Cranston, 144 Raymond, Donald, 144 Quilliam, Robert, 129 Quist, Doris, 101, 330, 331 Quistorfi, Helen, 281 Qvale, Ragnar, 216 oaring Rah-Rahs Released from Restraint Reid, Walter, 76, 77, 151, 254 Reifenberger, Elfreida, 112, 264, 330, 331 Reilinll. Betty, 168 Reilly, Philips, 18, 149, 243 Rein, Leslie, 144 Reinig,Leslie, 169, 268, 330, 331 Reinking, Walter, 246 Reister, Paul, 330, 331 Reitmeier, R. E.. 51 Reko, William, 161, 286 Rolling, Tordis, 101, 330, 331 Rempher, Harry, 219, 249, 330, 331 Remelmeyer, Stanley, 280 Renting, Petronella, 103 Repin, Nada, 330, 331 Repman, Lloyd, 46 Repp, James, 88, 153 Restarick, Henry, 134, 246 Rhodes, Betty. 170 Rhodes, Elizabeth, 105, 169, 330, 331 Rhodes, Fred H., 52, 245 Rhodes, Maybethe, 116 Rholfs, Otto, 193 Rhynsburger, Willert, 136 Rice, Earl, 134, 246 Rice, Dixon, 149, 246 Rice, Herbert, 144, 330, 331 Rice, James, 78, 241, 254 Rice, Roberta, 86, 97 Rice, Zola, 330, 331 Rich, Leonard, 208, 248, 330, 331 Richard, Irene, 280 Richards, Burgen, 246 Richards, Burr, 127 Richards, Donald, 148 Richards, Janice, 76 Richards, John, 245 Richards, Karl, 127 Richards Manning, 131 Richards, Mary Catherine, 72, 77, 109, 275 Richards, Mary Katherine, 173 Richards, Mary L., 169 Richards, Mary Lou, 119, 124, 330, 331 Richardson, Dio, 243 Richardson, Dorothy, 119 Ritchie, L ewis, 132 Ritzen, Fred, 245, 330, 331 Roach, Janice, 53 Roald, Irma, 171 Roats, George, 129, 214 Robbins, Katherine, 24, 59, 114, 238, 240, 330, 331 Roberts, Alice, 173 Roberts, Donald, 153 Roberts, Edmund, 280 Roberts, Josephine, 280 Roberts, J. O., 51 Roberts, Madame, 39 Roberts, Mary, 173 Roberts, Mary Frances, 113 Roberts, Milnor, 34, 35, 39, 51, 241 Roberts, William, 330, 331 Robertson, Borghild, 267 Robertson, Elliott, 144 Robertson, Grace, 74, 77, 171, 228, 229 Robertson , Helen, 106 Robertson, Henry P., 152 Robertson, Jean, 109 Robertson, Lorimer, 280 Robertson, Watson, 156, 243, 330, 331 Robison, Barbara, 115 Robinson, Bernadine, 77, 105 Robinson, Betty, 330, 331 Robinson, Clyde, 16, 17, 160, 239, 241, 254 Robinson, Donald H., 263, 330, 331 Robinson, Edna, 121, 259, 268 Robinson, Eleanor, 73, 183 Robinson, Elizabeth, 100 Robinson, James E., 143 Robinson, James M., 130 Robinson, James, 217 Robinson, Lawrence, 216, 249 Robinson, Leslie, 161 Robinson, Margery, 59, 105, 124, 238 240, 307,330,331 Robinson, Phyllis, 330, 331 Robinson, R. E., 51 Rose, Bert, 243 Rose, Richard, 282 Rosemond, Fred, 218 Rosen, Jean, 262 Rosenkranz, Edna, 117 Rosenkranz, John, 62, 69, 161, 190, 192, 241, 286, sac, 331 Rosenwater, Fred, 129 Rosi, Sentilia, 112 Roskelley, Alta, 266, 267 Rosmond, Frederick, 249 Ross, Dick, 79, 80 Ross, F. W., 51 Ross, Jack, 160, 330, 331 Ross, Jean, 15, 114, 330, 331 Ross, Richard, 149 Ross, Sylvina, 169, 330, 331 Rossman, Edward, 330, 331 Rossoe, Helen, 103, 168 Rothenbuhler, Howard, 154 Rothenhoefer, Nell Elizabeth, 266 Rothenhoefer, Jean, 264, 265, 330, 331 Rotheschilde, Dorette, 167, 233, 281 Rothstein, Thelma, 167 Rothstein, Marion, 167 Roti, Lloyd, sso, 331 Rott, Clark, 133 Roulet, Harriet, 280 Rounsefell, G. A., 51 Routt, Catherine, 108, 280 Rowe, Nancy, 182 Rowland, Madeline, 106, 330, 331 Rowntree, Jennie, 30, 51, 259, 264, 265 Royal, Ray, 193, 250, 330, 331 Royer, Carol, 112 Royer, Richard, 148 Royce, Robert, 132 Rubens, S. M., 51 Rudolph, Juliet, 53, 167 Ruffcorn, Elizabeth, 105, 170, 278 Ruffcorn, Harold, 146, 278 Ruff, Helen, 330, 331 Ruge, Gwen, 113 Richardson. Josephine, 61. 119, Raymond, Elinor, 115, 330, 331 330, 331 Robinson, Virginia, 101 Rochelle, Edward, 263 Rockstrom, Albert, 136 Rockstrom, Ray, 77 Rodenhouse, Evert, 50 Ruggles, Jean, 105 Ruiz, Julius B., 177, 265, 280 Ruley, Robert, 139, 330, 331 Rulifson, Leone, 228, 229 Runnalls, Margaret, 276 Runnalls, Shirley, 18 Raymond, Milton, 158, 330, 331 Read. Dr. William M.. 50 Reading, Margaret, 105 Reading, Whitmore, 151 Reddekopp, Alma. 103, 330, 331 Rector, Maida, 278 Reddie, Virginia, 168, 230, 233 Redfern, Ellawesa, 183 Richardson, Leland, 153 Richardson, Neil, 143, 220 Richardson, Robert, 152 Richardson, Rosemary, 167, 267 Richter, Ralph, 282 Rickenbach, William, 279 Ricketts, Shirley, 182, 252, 276 Riddle, Dean, 137 Rodgers, Robert, 252, 263 Roesner, Charles, 157, 330, 331 Rogers, Aeriid, 109 Rogers, Dorys, 330, 331 Rogers, Fred, 150 Rogers, Shirley Jean, 103 Rogers, Horace, 137 Rogers, William I., 150 Runstad, Norma, 277 Rupp, Helen, 77, 109 Rupp, Werner A., 33 Rusch, Betty, 121, 167, 276 Rusk, Marian, 103, 268 Russell, Allen, 246 Russell, Charles, 197, 198 Russell, Gordon, 130 Reed, Dorsey, 88, 252 Reed, Edwin, 331 Reed. Hoyt. 137, 218 Reed, Jack, 138 Reed, Marjorie, 264 Reed, Mary, 104, 330, 331 Reed, Phyllis, 46 Reed, Richard. 127, 227, 330, 331 Reed, Vema, 277 Reed Woodrow 132 Rees: Given, 170, 267 Rees e, Betty, 267, 278 Reese, Robert. 138, 201, 202, 203 Reese. Jay, 138, 203 Reese, Virginia, 267 Reeves, David, 246 Reeves, Spencer, 226 Ridge, Doris, 21, 77, 169 Ridgeway, Barbara, 18, 97, 105, 274 Ridgeway- James, 263, 330. 331 Ridgeway, Robert, 263 Ridgeway. Robert C.. 152 Riesche. Gratia, 85, 118 Ride Team, 221 Rigg. G. B.. 51 Riley, Goldie, 256 Riley, Margaret, 169 Rilev, Patricia, 28, 29, 46, 114 Rind, Anna. 72, 76. 77 Ringrose, Neil, 160 Rings, Glen, 246 Ringstad. Geraldine, 103, 264, 277, 330, 331 Rion, Gwendolyn, 46, 110, 113 Reichardt, Margaret, 105 Reid, Clarence, 241, 249 Reid, Elinor, 100 Ripley, Elizabeth, 118, 280 Rising, L. 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C.. 51 Thumlert, Arnold, 135, 218 Thumlert, Dan, 135 Thurston, Evelyn, 20, 105, 334, 335 Thwing, Harold, 79 Tibbals, Harriett, 46, 116 Tilden, Dorothy, 30, 264 Tilley, Mildred, 268 Tillman, Milton, 243 Tillman, Robert, 334, 335 Timblin, Herbert, 134 Timmer, Grace, 268 Titejen, Edward, 246 Tjarnberg, Ralph, 46 Tobey, Leslie, 280 ,:.,r'..' f 'rbi-T1 .' 4- 17 ,.-!3'3'.g:'T' ' Uchimura, Esther, 283 Uhl, Willis, 35 Ulbickson, Son, 40 Ulbrickson, Al, 40, 50, 188, 191, 192, Todd, Jay, 264 Todnem, Frances, 166 Tollenaar, Wesley, 130, 334, 335 Tolo House, 173 Tomlinson, Ethel, 267 Tomita, Shuichi, 176 Toms, Barbara, 112 Tomsic, Anna, 267 Toohey, Margaret, 167, 278 Tope, Helen, 115, 263 Torget, Arne O., 260 Toribara, Frank, 176 Toribara, Taft, 52, 334, 335 Torland, John, 144 Torney, Jackie and Joan, 39 Torney, John A., 39, 217, 226 Totem Club, 240 Totten, William, 243 Towney, Margaret, 267 Townsend, Rodney, 222, 263 Tracy, Margaret, 169 Trainor, Charles, 67 Trantum, Isabel, 262 Travis, Frank, 134 Treflinger, F. M., 51, 260 Tremaine, Stewart, 144, 220 Tremper, Edward, 130 Trimble, Henry, 146 Triol, Charles, 263 Troescher, Elizabeth, 259 Tropea, Marie, 53, 172, 277, 282 Tropea, Rose, 277, 282 Trotler, Leola, 334, 335 Trowbridge, Willis, 251 Trowbridge, William, 153, 207, 248 Trueblood, Donald, 111, 143 Trueblood, Rosemary, 103 Trumbull, Allan, 143 Trumbull, Pat, 77, 105 Truscutt, Bill, 218 Tryon, Torn, 222, 252, 263 Trzcinski, Margaret, 107, 242, 275, 278 Tsuchiya, Takazo, 176 Tsukuno, Harold, 176, 334, 335 Tsukuno, Kazuo, 258 Tubb, Fred, 131 Tubbs, Elaine, 107, 252 Tucker, Essey, 48, 49, 59, 119, 229, 238, 240, 275, 334, 335 Tucker, Jack, 135 Tucker, Janet, 100 Tucker, Lena L., 50 Tue, Kathleen, 46 Tuell, Stanley Wayne, 225 Tulloch, Charles, 263 Tully, Margaret, 117 Tulppa, Florence, 184 Turay, Milton, 263 Turay, Norman, 189, 192, 248, 250, 334, 335 Turbitt, Florence, 49, 182, 276 Turner, Helen, 267 Turnbull, Mary, 229, 264, 265, 281, 334, 335 Turner, Ralph, Jr., 127 Turner, Sally, 266 Turner, Wilda, 252 Turney, Wellman, 263 Turnure, Doris, 257 Turrill, Albert, 146 Tustin, Florence, 100, 262 Tuttle, Eileen, 267, 268 Twohig, Kathleen, 334, 335 Tyee Business Staff, 79 Tyler, R. G., 51, 52 Tymstra, S. R., 51, 52 Tyrrell, Helen, 106, 172, 230, 231, 282 ashamed Underdogs and Utterly Uppers '54 ,G l. Mi x ,W if A L I1 I f .eb ' If 49 I . . . IV 'still 'l-1 llfffalf E-932' - : ,.6Q,--,JN .mul , W w 45 fi ' 1 Xl X A' .1 , 1 . 'H " V1 .L ' 1 Ullin, Carl, 198 Ullman, Tom, 301 Ulrich, Russell, 137 Ummel, Jean, 334, 335 Umphrey, Mrs. George, 38 239, 241 V-7 W , f. 'fe ll- '1"9i"' l z L "" ,, .. .:: ,.. :- 7' ,T .. ET" " ' ' r--. ,aj A4-t ,aa yi-B .' 4 U I 'Vt as .L K ' . X , ' ua 4115, K . , 1. for in yi,-3. v-, ., ,El NME? 335, X 'ly We-' 'Mfg-1' 6' N .uf ' U l -KJ Y Il Ji 1 T .1 Vadman, Lowell, 147 Vaille, Frank, 334, 335 Valentine, Jane, 118 Valentine, Rosemary, 100, 275 Van Arsdale, Ruth, 105, 169 , 2, . 5. arious Vocations Van Ogle, Louise, 261 Van Raadshooven, Robert, 127, 253, 301 Van Renterghem, Oscar, 268 Van Slyke, James, 62 Van Slyke, Stuart, 252 Van Bogaert, Jane, 169 Van Brocklin, Maxine, 46 Van Cleve, Richard, 51 Vandermay, Bill, 204, 251 Van de Water, Dorothy, 112 Van Van Zanten, Helen, 277 Zanten, John, 277 Varnell, George M., 251 Varnell, Virginia Elizabeth, 50 Van Van Fleet, Elizabeth, 67, 105, 242, 262 Van Galder, Irma, 97 Van Hom, R. B., 51, 52 Van Houten, Chester. 132 Van Mason, Caroline, 18, 276 Ness, William, 334, 335 Walters, Wakabayashi, Matthew, 176 Vanni, Edo. 158 I 6 Varsity Boat Club, 250 Vaschenki, Paul, 219, 249, 263 Vaseth, Sigmund, 263 Vaughn, Victor, 156, 220, 249 Vaupell, Leonard, 111, 143 Veazle, jean, 170, 279, 334, 335 Veille, Frank, 77 Velasco, Victorio, 177 Umpleby, Berta, 107, 334, 335 University Choir, 85 Upcraft, Janet, 17, 53, 62, 73, 77, 181, 275 Upper, Ewart Thomas, 148 Vicariousl y Verified Venstrom, Carl, 246 Ventura, Mamerto S., 177 Verys, Andrew, 282 Vickner, Edwin J., 50 Victoriano, Procopio, 177 Vieth, Carlye, 166, 334, 335 Viles, Daniel, 143, 337 Viloria, Conrado, 177 Viltone, Anton, 52 Vinal, Marienne, 103 Vincent, Janet, 105, 170, 264 Vincent, Lucille, 100, 281 Vine, Victor, 142, 274, 279 Vinikow, Harold, 159, 226 Vinson, Floyd, 136, 244, 255 Vitt, Herbert, 132 Vittone, Anton, 337 Voegele, Vincent, 282 5, B 'T isps of Wit in a Wilderness of Words aff' Fi J, ' ,J 4lG'lii"r: , 4 it sa! , Q .-.e ei ,,. ,- lrssff 47 FL, fn- . -... Wade, Genevieve, 267 Wade, Janice, 337 Wadsworth, Rachel, 264 Wagenhals, Rupert, 132, 245, 337- Wagenknecht, Edward, 39, 50 Waggener, Claire, 170 Wagner, Charles, 52, 151, 241, 248 Wagner, Louis, 256, 337 Wagner, Martha, 29, 77, 109, 301 Wahl, Mary, 266 Wahlborg, Ruth, 252 Wahlgren, Clarence, 263 Wahlgren, Lester, 263 Wahlstrom, Nelson H., 15, 16, 241 Waldo, Waldo, janet, 64, 66 William, 149,226 Waldron. Helen, 259, 276 Walen, Frank, 282 Walker, Jeannette, 85, 276 Walker, Robert, 131, 202 Walker, Lauren, 256 Walker, Louise, 282 Walker, Shirley, 168, 264, 337 Walkinshaw, Walter, 134, 244, 246. 248 Wall, George, 158, 255 Wall, Herbert, 144, 197 Wallace, Henry, 134, 246 Wallace, Marjorie, 114 Walker, Anna, 46 Walsh, Virginia, 172, 282 Walsh, William, 142 Uppinghouse, William, 130 Utterback, C. L., 51 Uyeno, Ayako, 283 Uyetake, Shio, 176, 334, 335 Voelker, Bob, 213, 223, 224 Voelker, Dick, 123, 151, 200, 202, 203, 248, 305 Voelker, Jack, 223, 213, 224 Voellmeck, Joseph, 149, 221, 245 Vogel, Jack, 142 Volk, Virginia, 170, 267 Vollendorff, Robert, 138 Vollendorff, William, 138 Volleyball, 222 Von der Hellen, June, 82, 170, 337 Von Herberg, John, 152 Vorgensen, L. A., 263 Vradenburg, Gene, 182, 229, 232, 233, 252, sos Vulliet, Philip, 337 Vynne, Sally, 116 Walter, Delton, 246 Walter, Richard, 143 Walter, William, 138 Walters, Walters, Walters, Walters, Walters, Chester, 146 Esther Josephine, 50 Gerold, 159 Margaret C., 47, 50 Mrs.. 47 Red. 208 Walton, Arthur, 126, 192 Wanamaker, Alice, 27, 113, 229 7 Unfifversity Business Directory NEW AND USED TEXT BOOKS-SUPPLIES You SAVE the difference at THE WASHINGTON BOOK STORE 4320 University Way Seattle, Washington The College Man's Choice SWITZLER BROTHERS Barber Shop CIIERAMI INC Distinctive Florists 1321 EAST 45th 4319 University Way E g 0400 UNIVERSITY TRANSFER MEL. 5500 FORKNER,S Night or Day 4301 University Way CHICKEN PIE SHOP 528-50 The Mary A. Richardson HHEBWEEHE 4546 University Way EV. 0480 c L 0 T H E S DR. ALTA G. CAMPBELL General Dentistry WILSONIAN HOTEL 4710 UNIVERSITY WAY UNION TAILORED For Distinctive Appearance M. L. WERNER R HUGH BROWN KE. 5046 saia Bros. Florists Represent t e TAILOR 4245 "U" Way Opp. New P. O. fill- 41 S' "l 2 ' .K i. , Q if Q - 4 " 1 F? Wfqilif-i::"'f.- T llll ER ITY DAIRY ,E iI3'2I'S'1l'i'iT'.'Z?l F. W. BRIGHAM CO Dry Goods 4525 University Way SAVE with the ROOSEVELT FEDERAL SAVINGS 8: LOAN ASSOCIATION Small savings cheerfully accepted and secured by Federal Insurance. 4522M U. Way f Me. 0770 Wand, Mary Eloise, 77, 118 Wandell, Marian, 113, 337 Wangaard, F. F., 263 Warchol, Edward, 282 Ward, Bob, 73, 75, 77, 82, 265, Ward, Marian, 120 Ward, Jean, 110 Ward, Frank, 126 Ward, Mary Jeanne, 114 Weller, Erma, 337 Wellhauser, Gladys, 66, 262 Wellington, Jean, 170 Wellman, Mae Belle, 53 271 Ward, Clifford, 158 Ward, Patricia, 113 Ward, May Dunn, 17, 37 238 Warden, Dorothy, 26, 106 Ware, Jane Gretel, 337 Warmbold, Dorothy, 104 Warner, Esther, 182, 276 Warner, Harold, 246 Warner, F. M., 51, 52 Warren, Jean, 113, 274 Warren ohn 20 21 149 337 Wells, Roy C., 139, 274 Wells, William V., 337 Welsh, Milton, 280 Welty, Frances, 108, 337 Welty, Mary Jean, 107 Wendler, Betty, 264 , J , warren, Richi-1rd,79: 130: 224, 244 Warrick, James, 132 Warwick, Dorothy, 276 Wendrow, Lucille, 73, 85, 305 Wenk, Thomas, 161 Wentworth, Don, 248 Wentworth, Helen, 113, 274 Wentworth, Lois J., 50 Wenzler, Harold, 246, 263 Werby, Helen, 268 Werner Pauline, 106 womoi-I Ross, 151, zoo, 201, zoz, 203, 241, 248, 337 Werts, John, 161 Westcott, Robert, 157, 250 Wilcox, Cotton, 198 Wilcox, E. R., 51, 52, 261, 263, 263, 337 Wilcox, Orville, 337 Wilcox, Willa, 40, 60, 164, 170, 185, 252 Wilcox, William, 143, 249, 279 Wilcox, Wilma, 185, 217, 267 Wilder, Keith, 160 Wilder, Phyllis Virginia, 115 Wiles, Mildred, 266 Wiley, Jane, 118 Wilkie, Marguerite, 229 Wilkins, Anne, 168, 185 Wilkins, Betty Lee, 119 Wilkins, Charles, 151, 246 Wilkins, Jesse, 152, 214, 274 Wilkins, Leslie, 125, 136 Wilkstrom, William, 277 Will, John, 148, 263 Will, Robert C., 158 Willcox, Julian, 246 Washington, Nat, 130, 239, 241, 337 Wassard, Ted, 143, 191, 250 Wasson, Willette, 18, 276 Waskowitz, Frank, 138, 194, 196, 199,241,248 . Watanabe, Hiroshi, 176 Watanabe, Yuri, 283 Watanabe, Hiroshi, 337 Watanabe, George T., 176 Watanabe, Henry, 176 Waters, Dave, 137 Waters, Ed, 263 Waters, Glenora, 117, 277, 337 Waters, Lowell, 137 Wathews, Janey, 114 Watkins, LaVon, 101 Watkins Watson, Watson, Watson, Watson, Watson, Watson, Watson, Watson, Watson. , Robert, 280 Archie, 214 Betty, 185 Grace, 266, 267, 337 Jacqueline, 267 Richard, 77, 265, 337 Robert, 156 Rulon, 135, 263 J. Walter, 255 Walter, 126 Watt, Richard Frye, 50 Willms, Dorothea, 46 Watts, Bob, 278 Watts, James, 148, 337 Watts, Richard, 151 Watts, William, 125, 148, 246, Waugh, Carleton L, 260, 337 Waugh, Florence, 53 Waxman, Muriel, 28, 53, 102 Waxman, Shirley, 102 Wayne, John, 136 Wear, Barbara, 115, 266 Weatherston, Mary, 29, 113 Weaver, C. E., 50, 51 Weaver, Harold, 143 Webb, Betty, 170, 279 Webb, Mary, 94, 114 Webber, Priscilla, 104, 276 Webber, Robert, 244, 245, 337 Weber, Alma, 266 Weber, Bert W., 260 Weber, Edward, 337 Weber, Robert, 149, 278 Weed, Margaret, 46 Weeks, Daniel, 52 Weeks, Patricia, 22, 53, 113, 2 Wehman, Fred, 337 Weichbrodt, Robert, 127, 226 Weick, Frank, 153, 337 Weidert, Clarice, 267 Weigel, Elizabeth, 264, 276 Weiner, Virginia, 114, 337 Weinstein, Sophie R., 50, 262 Weinstein, Shirley, 168 Weinstock, Bertha, 102, 278 Weinthrop, Florence Avis, 50 Weinziri, Mrs. John, 268 Weissberg, Albert, 278 Welch, Imogene, 113 Welch, Katharine, 113, 337 Welch, Merle, 267 Welch, Ralph, 40, 198 Welch, William, 161 Weld, Bill, 72, 77, 272 Welds, Maurice, 337 Welke, Jean, 40 Welke, Walter, 20, 40, 86, 87. 3 42 241 West, David, 152 West, Janet, 119 West, Jane, 168 West, L, E., 51 West, Lois, 117, 337 West ,wi11iom, 156 Westbo, Donald, 246 Willet, Betty Jean, 28, 53, 101 Willgress Edwin, 246, 263 Williams, Benton, 263 Williams, Berniece, 37 Williams, Betty Gene, 114, 279 368 Wilson, William, 40 Winberg, Andrew, 67, 157, 280 Winde, Jim, 142, 337 Winde, Ross, 130, 337 Winden, Bob, 250 Winders, Ann, 109 Windesheim, Muriel Kelly, 262 Windnagle, Dorothy, 121 Wingate, Jean, 109, 264, 337 Winger, Alice, 28, 73, 75, 88 Winger, Margaret, 51, 115, 337 Winger, R. M., 50, 51 Winkels, Frederick, 246 Winkenwerder, Hugo, 35, Sl, 263, 264 Winn, Barbara, 118, 337 Winningham, Betty Lou, 182 Winoski, Dorothy, 184 Winslow, Arthur M., 50, 51, 52 Winsor, Harry, 252 Winter, Eleanor, 179, 181, 182, 337 Winter, Evelyn, 179, 181, 182, 337 Winters, James, 159 Wire, Winifred, 276 Wirta, Norman, 337 Wise, Henry, 145, 197, 248 Witherspoon, Vincent, 268 Withuhn, Vernon, 337 Witter, Doxie, 25, 28, 29, 107, 242 Witttman, Joseph, 246 Wester, Virginia, 267 Wester Maril nDeloise 170 Williams, Charles, 278 Williams, Donald, 125, 132, 1:45, - Y 4 Westerlund, Carolyn, 276 Westfall, Marjorie E., 51, 259 Westin, Dorothy, 276 Westmoreland, Benjamin, 244 Westlund, Bernard, 142, 337 Weston, Robert, 46, 152, 243 Wetherby, Loren A., 157, 245 Wetterlind, Frances, 53 Whalen, William, 129, 337 Whaley, Fred, 246 Whaley, Virginia, 108 Whatmore, George, 268 Wheat, Harold, 79, 149, 278. 282 Wheatley. J. P., 51, 52, 152, 246, 337 Wheeler, Flomarie, 118, 337 Wheeler, Henry, 138, 246 Wheeler, James, 126, 245, 337 Wheeler, Lorna, 121 Whims, Howard, 215 Whipple, Mary, 264, 281 Whisenhunt, Harry, 131 Whitcomb, David, 148 Whitcomb, Duane, 246 White, Adele, 170 White, Betty, 275 White, Earl, 337 White, Eleanor, 114, 261, 279, 337 White, Frank, 246 White, Jack, 137 White, John, 62, 145, 188, 192, 241, 248, 250, 337 White, Martha, 268 White, Zelia, 267 Whitehouse, Bruce, 148, 255, 337 Whitehouse, Claire, 114 Whiteside, John, 134 Whitfield, Margaret, 168, 276 Whitham, Jane, 337 Whithed, Houghton, 151, 337 Whitman, James, 52, 337 '1-Vhitman, Joe, 215 Whitman, William, 246 Whitmore, Loeda, 266, 267 Whitnall, Betty, 170 Whitney, Robert, 246 Whittaker, Elcy, 167, 178, 233 Whittlesey, Walter B., 50 Whitworth, Donald. 337 Wiberg, Frances, 100 Wick, Pat, 263 Wicks, Jane, 103 Wicks, Marie, 119, 337 Wickstrom, Keith, 337 Wickwire, Frank, 145 Widsteen, Harold, 79, 156 Wiehl, Elroy F,, 139, 245, 337 Wieland, Jacqueline, 84 Wigen, Lynne, 266 Wiggins, Betty Jane, 114, 140, 230, 278 Wight, Gordon, 145 "W" Key, 242 Wilbanks, Lloyd, 153 Wilbur, Glenmore A., 50 Wilcox, C. E., 40 253, 337 Williams, Doris, 184 Williams, Dorothea, 103 Williams, E. A., 51 Williams, Edith, 184, 264 Williams, Gene, 143 Williams, Gordon, 75 Williams, Grace Alice, 109 Williams, Gwendolyn, 337 Williams, Gwynne, 118 Williams, Helen, 169, 178 Williams, Henrietta, 121 Williams, Joe, 136 Williams, John, 137 William, Juntila, 155 Williams, John B., 125, 137, 226, 251 Williams, John S., 145 Williams, Kathleen, 169, 264 Williams, Lawrence, 148 Williams, Margaret, 266, 267 Wittman, Philip, 282 Wittwer, John, Jr., 157 Wohleb, Robert, 145 Wohleb, Bob, 250, 337 Woirol, Walter, 133 Wojahn, Gilbert, 122 Wold, Andrew, 226, 246 Wold, James, 132 Wolf, Genevieve, 170 Wolf, Dorothy, 18, 62, 112 Wolf, Jack, 223 Wolf, John, 143 Wolfe, C. M., 260 Wolfe, Dorothy, 77 Wolfe, Richard, 278 Wolff, Alvin, 161 Wolff, Lionel, 161 Wolford, Everett,4249, 337 Wollum, Linda, 267 Women's Ensemble, 85 Women's Glee Club, 84 Women's Sports, 228, 229 Woock, Robert, 146 Williams, Melvin, 161 Williams, Naomi, 337 Williams, Ralph, 189, 192, 250 Williams, Robert, 138, 218, 246, 249 Williams, Robert Morris, 144 Williams. Robert Pershin 146 2 6 83 i 4 Williams, Rose, 58, 62, 60, 113, 304, 305 Williamson, Roy, zoo, 201, 202, 203 Williams, Ruth, 101 Wood, Catherine, 109 Wood, Charlene, 168 Wood, Dorothy, 166 Wood, Frank, 134 Wood, Gertrude, 108, 124, 240, 337 Wood, Joeine, 105 Wood, June, 106 Wood, Wood Louise, 118, zso Richard, 136, 337 Wood: William, 138, 337 Williams, Virginia, 104 Williams, Ward, 145 Willis, Frank, 151 Willism, John B., 337 Willmer, Kenneth, 337 Willms, Willock Edward, 154 ,Hertha Margaret, 30, 53 Willson, Margaret, 18 Wilson, Anah Grace, 261 Wilson, Charles,263 Wilson, Charlotte, 266, 267 Wilson, Clarence, 137 Wilson, Clotilde M., 50 Wilson, Florence, 261 Wilson, Forbes, 250 Wilson, Dr. Francis G., 50 Wilson, Wilson, George S., 51, 52 Grant, 257, 337 Wilson, Hartley, 136 Wilson, Hewitt, 51 Wilson, Hubertt, 263 Wilson, James, 126, 132, 246 Wilson, Wilson, Wilson, Wilson, Wilson, Wilson, Kenneth, 263 Lois, 46, 274 Marcia, 79, 119 Margaret, 229 Margaret J., 101, 252, 337 Margaret, 182 Wilson, Margaret, 112 Wilson, Margaret S., 337 Wilson, Margaret, 118 Wilson, Ruth, 112 Wilson, William R., 50, 51 Wilson, William E., 50 Woodard, Jeanne, 107 Woodcock, Doris, 101, 276 Woodcock, Edith, 261 Woodford, Margaret, 116 Woodrow, Charlotte, 62, 107 Woods, Dorothy, 338 Woods, Dorothy, 171 Woods, John, 263 Woods, John, 264 ' Woods , Willa Louise, 50 Woodward, 249 Woolston, Howard B., 50, 160 Worcester, Mrs. John L., 268 68 Worcester, John Locke, 51, 2 Worley, Milton, 245, 338 Wormell, Mikell, 119 Worthington, Jane, 118 Worthington, Richard, 130, 197 241, 248 Wortman, Ward, 127 Wright, Alden, 136 Wright, Charlomo, 14, 15, 18, 25, 29 81, 97, 105, 240, 333 Wright, Curtis, 338 Wright, Jack A., 260 Wright, Mary Louise, 103, 262, 338 Wright, Peggy, 78 Wright, Walter, 246 Wright, Wayne, 137 Wunderlich, Herbert, 17, 37, 39, Wyatt, Stanley, 156, 217 Wyman, Ruth, 257, 281 Wyman, Max, 338 Wynn, Katherine, 172, 267, 278, 282 Wyse, William, 137 241 l l xrl l xxx ,SlPE,4K1NG OF PICTl RES . 5. i Liv' ,H , r,. -- '- Nw X r1.4 rqfln m ls-lv l.uxe:wul'lllElrg1'!l'rUn 'nm mln. ,.l IM lc1l.ll.,..-ng mxpcrn 1.-fi m l-'15 rf. alma-1 .mm s major work bm jlfwifiogellxur sim: L lhc lines vrkgig aut' right xmglus. 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N 1 11.-1 ml life 'Ni,f.,iQ,f ' A, , ng Yearnmgs and Youthful Yens Yaeger, Elsie, 338 Yagi, Fumio, 45 Yake, Bill, 217, 223, 224 Yamaguchi, Natsuko, 283 Yamamoto, Floyd, 176, 338 Yamauchi, George, 176 Yanagimachi, Harry, 176 Yandle, Herbert, 161 Yano, Yoshiko, 283 Yantis, George, 130 Yantis, Grace, 118 Yarr, Daniel, 197 -MJ Q ,-174 ff' ,.: Yasui, Hideo, 176 Yasui, Tatsumi, 176 Yasumura, Michiko, 283 Yasunobu, Janet, 283 Yayoshi, Masao, 176, 338 Yeager, Richard, 143 Yeomans, William, 136 Yockey, Roy, 61, 246 Yoda, Rinichi, 176 Yokobe, Yoneo, 176 Yokoyama, Kazuko, 283 Yorioka, Ukio, 176 York, Howard, 132, 221 York, John, 189, 192, 250 Yorozu, Lily, 283 Yorozu, Stella, 283 Yorozu, William, 176 Yoshihara, Kenichi, 176 Yoshino, Hiro, 268 Yost, Marshall, 144 Yost, Wanda, 267 Young, Bayard, 149 Young, Bernice, 108 ooming Z ogs in Zestful Zig-Zags ' ll T '- ' 1 1- as " N "iff 1' -4935. , '15 115551: . I :V ,- LF' V' , .. Q, vw ,. ' rf ' lil , 8 , . 1, Zane, Edward, 127 Zane, Rudolf, 51 Zeigen, George, 129 Zeigler, Jack, 152 Zemeck, Alex, 197 Zemeck, Walter, 197 Zenor, Violet, 173 Zeta Beta Tau, 159 Zeta Phi Eta, 262 Zeta Psi, 160 Zeta Tau Alpha, 121 Zettel, Richard Merle, 50 Zeusler, F. A., 51 Zido, Vivian, 115 Ziegenfuss, George, 138, 200, 201, 202, 203, 208, 248 Ziegler, William, 274 zier, William E., ass Zilka, James, 136 Zillman, Lawrence J., 50 Zimmerman, Gladys, 182 Zimmerman, Letha. 168 Zintheo, Irma, 121 Young, Clara, 105, 275, 276 Young, Gavin, 129 Young, Gerald, 130 Young, Helen, 280 Young, james, 338 Young, Lawrence, 127, 246 Young, Lucy, 266 Young, Ranee, 181, 182 Youngs, Ruth. 119 Youngs, Stanley, 81, 137, 2 Y. W. C. A.. 275 Zivic, John, 282 Zivic, Tom, 282 Zlenko, Galina, 338 Zorn, Donald, 137, 226 Zuber, Elaine, 170 Zubli, Adoree, 166, 170, 185 Zumwalt, E. V., 263 41, 338 A NOTE BY THE PRINTER OF TYEE HE YOUNG WOMEN and men of this year's T yee Staff have turned in a f1ne piece of Work, in our opinion. Frankly, We were amazed at the hours they put in-beginning 'Way last fall-gathering information, Writing, assembling thou- sands of pictures, reading the proofs, checking every step until the final page proofs had been OK'ed. Editor Shields, dependable and enthusiastic, inspired her staff and our shop crew to put forth their best efforts. If we have succeeded in catching the college spirit in our designing, printing and binding of the 1938 T yee, much credit belongs to her and the group of "regulars" who were always "on the job"! FRANK MCCAFFREY ACME PRESS OF SEATTLE 124 TERRY NORTH i- ,wj fz ,W f f R V rN H E D f -I I I I EZ Z' ' 4 ad 'J M 'MWF 115 ? 'Z XM Q r I 4, . M77 fffvq. f 'I e,,0 4 4 , ,, ',.-ff 1 mf., j 1 Q , j QVWW M 'W J M ew fa, ,Mfg 4- Q, 0 0?-t . 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