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R. W. Jones, journalism and advertising pro-
fessor, with his two children, Barbara, graduate
Phi Bete student, and Bradley, junior in Uni-
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.
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."
With the largest number of children in his family,
Professor Trevor Kincaid of Zoology leads with
six. Here are five of them, Marjorie, Dorothy,
Farrar, Polly and Kathleen. Marjorie is the oldest,
a freshman in University college. Barbara,
another daughter, was unable to appear for this
Will, a senior in lisheriesg Janet, a junior in
scientific arty and Betsy, a freshman in dietetics.
These are the children of Will Thompson, Sr.,
Director of the school of fisheries. Father likes
fishing in his spare hours, mother is interested in
the Community fund, and youngest son John is a
frosh at Roosevelt High . . . candidates for most
children attending the University.
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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.
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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
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.
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.
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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.
Resident of Knowledge Knoll, Professor William
Wilson, of Psychology, has combined early
American architecture with modern comfort in
this whitewashed brick and brown weathered
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.
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