University of Washington - Tyee Yearbook (Seattle, WA)

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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.,

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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

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