University of Washington - Tyee Yearbook (Seattle, WA)

 - Class of 1938

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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

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,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



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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

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