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Page 152 text:
Walter Reid, editor
College yearbook production is big business . . . thousands
of dollars are spent . . . thousands of hours of work go into
production of copy, layout planning, picture taking . . . for
this purpose Tyee draws from the skilled and unskilled who
populate this campus, work in downtown offices and busi-
ness houses . . . all hope that a limited budget and inexpe-
rience do not detract from the value of their efforts . . . that
the 2,900 subscribers will feel they have received their
Caplan, art editor, responsible for color
in this yearbook, finds time on the side
managing editor of Columns . . . do art
on other publications . . . widely recog-
George Jensen, worked all day for Bon Marche,
all evening planning layouts for us . . . not a
student, his long hours, hard work will keep
us forever indebted.
Marvin Tipp . . . ace commercial pho-
tographer responsible for kodachrome
cover on this yearbook...also planned
and took all snaps for the fashions
section . . . loves to make his work his
play . . . indulges in Hollywoodish
effects such as the snaps of himself on
this page and the trick subdivision
Page 151 text:
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ad stuffg Bruce, Armstrong, lheun Christian, and Hugh Ojalu, credit staff.
Left, to right: advertising staff membersw Bill Lewis, Claire
Condie. Wfalter W'ilIifll7lS, Chrzrlotte z'UCl,uughlil1 and Hugh Ojulu.
Luft to right: office stuff members - June Rice, Dorothy Agar, Hefty Klinlmm, nmnuger. Viki
Polvrx. Carolyn unl'Sf8l'llll1ll, Dorothy Jacobson, Kay Chittenden, Ifllyllt? JIICUIISUII. Kay Donnelly.
Page 153 text:
tice Richards . . . edited a
tion of this bool: . . . believes
sororities . . . yearbooks . . .
'thing Vogel doesrft . . . has
'ther year to help Tyee struggle
ough, meet deadlines, miss an-
er spring vacation.
Gail Collman . . . our only asso-
ciate editor . . . four years on
Tyee . . . graduates in June from
one of the school's toughest
courses, Journalism . . . has
worked for the Daily, Columns
. . . member of Theta Sigma Phi.
Betty Bouton . . . organizations
editor . . . compiled toughest see-
tion in this book . . . capable . . .
efficient . . . member of Delta
Gamma sorority . . . if she isn't
discouraged now she'll be on Tyee
next year . . . we hope.
,lane Brokaw, editor of the 'wont-
enls sports section . . . a capable
athlete in her own right . . . also
writes for the Daily . . . sales man-
N . . .
ager for Columns . . . a Junior in
Journalism she has one more year
with all three publications.
"fly Wlilliarns, he and his earn-
are one of the more familiar
its around this Campus . . .
ps pictures for Tyee, Daily,
lumns, commercial magazines,
antown newspapers . . . espe-
fly good with aerial photos.
Russ Ulrich, almost inseparable
companion of Gordy .... s mooth
and bland, he's the pride of the
DU house, also snaps for Daily,
Columns, and his personal pleas-
ure. Spends much time at the Tri
Ples Lee Irwin, better known as
Peelee . . . Tyee sports editor . . .
also sports editor the Daily spring
quarter . . . he likes Journalism
. . . Tacoma . . . Marcia . . . any
kind of sports . . . the DU house.
Never met a deadline.
Elmer Vogel retired from the
Daily editorship to the eornpar-
alive obscurity, peace and quiet
of copy editor of Tyee . . . dis-
sents for the fun of it with Reid,
Caplan, Williams, or whoeverwill-
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