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. !» JANE BROKAW— Edited the sen- ior section and women ' s sports . . . is the bowling champ at the Theto hlouse . . . journalism major . . . terrorizes her profs . . . probably a whiz at jujitsu . . . her nickname is Wendell. ED SMITH— Does layouts . . . mounts pictures ... is a D.U. and a sophomore ... a quiet, efficient lad . . . has a future on Tyee and with Jo Anne . . . has been the workhorse on Tyee for two years. JACK PIERCE— Sports editor . . . unique, on Alpha Delt . . . speaks Chinese and Japanese which Is unique ... is uniquely an O.S. major . . . did his work on Tyee which is amazingly unique. JACQUES RUPP— Assistant Art Editor . . . did the Huskies this year . . . can whip out his work in 1 5 minutes, but pretends to his editors that he labors over it for days. DEDE CROWE— Edited fraterni- ties and sororities and the campus section . . . nice smile . . . good bridge player ... is all steamed up about being a representative at the Japanese Student Conference this summer . . . wavers among Sig- ma Chi, Alpha Delt, Zete, and Theta Chi. 1 X w J MO RAY — Co-editor of the cam- pus section . . . loves " Tiger, " his flashy convertable second only to the Tri-Delts . . . believes In a diver- sified education and changes maj- ors every quarter ... a potential journalist judging from Tyee work . . . formally registered as Dick. ill
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JANICE RICHARDS Affectionately known as " Boss " Richards . . . struggled with pro- crastinating photographers and aesthetic artists . . . with blood, sweat, and tears put out what you ' re looking at . . . dreams about budgets . , . negatives . . . end Fred . . . hasn ' t hod a vacation in two years. TYEE It is night — Saturday night — and light gleams from one campus building — Lewis Hall where the Tyee staff works, cursing its fate. Other students are out dancing, drinking beer, having a good time. But up in the layout room a young man works with a ruler and rubber cement while his girl sits in the corner, reading a magazine. In the dark room, another young man turns out prints, dreaming of the south, airplanes, and Dorsey ' s latest. Downstairs, a crazed coed types madly, intermittently making phone calls in vain attempts to get somebody to identify something. They all wonder why they let themselves in for it. But in spite of all the grief they know the thrill of seeing the first page proof ... of getting a toughy down . . . of really accomplishing something. They have screwy senses of humor — they lough when they accidentally cut a picture in half. They do a hard job, and have a lot of fun doing it. For all the time they are working for something concrete — for a book that is simple, light, and modern, a book that as much as possible catches the spirit of the Woshingtonions, and a book that is accurate and complete. These have been the aims of the 1941 staff. We hope you like it. BETTY BOUTON— Wistful- voiced associate editor . . . spends her time Clork-hlalling and not burning bonds . . . works like a dog and looks like a D.G. MARLOWE HARTUNS— Has an artistic temperament and gets away with it . . . excells in original ideas and tricky layouts ... we supply his cigarettes, but he ' s worth it. 10
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Tyee ' 5 slap-happy photogi ' aphei " s on a lit+le outing Question is — who took the picture? DUTCH ULRICH— Goes to N. R.O.T.C. in the morning . . . sleeps all afternoon . . . works all night for nationol defense . . . never has time for a shave . . . is in solid at the Tri Delt house. ARDEN JONES— Frustrated in love . . . and by the faculty . . . dependable . . . likeable . . . the only loud port about him is his red hair. GORDY WILLIAMS— Our ver- satile photomon . . . knows every geographic feature of Alaba- ' ma . . . flies a plane . . . flew to Yakima when we needed him the most . . . writes a music col- umn for the Daily. ANN DeWITT— Our lone photo- girl . . . hates to be called Andy ... is short and sweet and swell . . . amazes the people she pho- tographs by shoving a light meter into their faces ... is a Theta. HEINE POHLMAN and JOHN BIXBY . . . special photographers . . . both called on in emergencies . . . John became a staff photo- man after his entry in the photo contest won first prize ... he was too good to lose. Camera shy is Marshall Shore ... a swell guy who mode the subdivision shots of the hands . . . obliging and good. MARION GILBERT and BARBARA POWERS— Editorial Assist- ants . . . they did anything and everything . . . loved it and asked for more . . . Marion specialized in birthdays and in being startled . . . Barb provided avocados, lemon pies, and doughnuts . . . and can she cook. 112
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