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Page 24 text:
Men's Chairman, Lawrence McIntosh
Assistants, Joseph Scharf,
WOHl6H,S Chairman, Charlotte Wright
Assistants, Sue Allen,
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.
Page 23 text:
STUDENT AFFAIRS COMMITTEE
Adelphi, Neil Nellis
A. S. U. W., Mack Koon
A. W. S., Marylaird Small
A. W. S. Social Chairman, Betty Buckmaster,
B. A. Council, David Harrah
Independent House Council, Roberta
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
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.
Page 25 text:
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.
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