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r i. ' s- Ti fn f J j i j S BUSIUfSS STflff CIRCULATION STAFF: Picture upper left: Shirley Bower, Virginia Wilbur. Dorothy Buelow. Jean Jessup, Dorothy Dick. Insert: Blanche Sweet, Circulation Manager. OFFICE STAFF: Upper right: First Row: Betty Askell. Morjorie Nelson, Shirley Bower; Second Row: Kathleen Winney, Dorothy Wilson, Dorothy Buelow, Insert: Frances Cole, OHlce Manager. Individual, right: Dick Pulver, Business Manager. ADVERTISING STAFF, Lower Left: First Row: Bud Harvey, Bob McCarter, Stan Frieth; Second Row: Jay Friedman. Dorothy Buelow, Dick Dunnlngton; Insert: Harold Thai, Advertising Man- ager. Lower Right: Blanche Sweet, Circulation Monoger; Dick Pulver. Business Man- ager; Horold Thai, Advertising Manager; Frances Cole, Office Manager. W a.
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DfliLy fDiiofiiei STflff HH Blacker headlines and more datelines char- acterized the Daily, as editors widened the news scope for a changing world. Fall quarter pages bristled with war news, climaxed by the " War Extra " pet brain-child of Editor Duncan. From cheerleader conflicts to grading systems, draft objectors and through dirty politics edits ran the news gamut. Mute evidence of the war scare and its ultimate dismissal were the huge, be-car- tooned, ply-boards that blacked out the Shack immediately after December 7 and were taken down one by one as spring came in. Winter quar- ter editor, Bill Edmundson succumbed as war censorship vetoed features on the first Seattle snowfall in a decade. With spring came a hard fought ASUW election, chief worry of Ron Bost- wick, spring quarter editor. Two editors were among the draftees — Bill Duncan and Bill Edmundson . . . war made its mark on the Daily. Still type-writes-its In the Shack banged out copy for sleepy-eyed students to read in their eight o ' clocks. And Bart labored at the print shop. WOMEN STAFF: Leff to right— Back row: Lola LaPaugh, Dolly Jane Grune, Virginia Taylor. Marge Swanson. Front row — Pat Russell, Betty Doy, Sue Jenkins. NIGHT EDITORS: Back row— Russ Holt. Janice Richards, Hazel Milli- kin, Wally MacKay. Front row — Jean Parker, George Selvldge. SPORT STAFF: Left to right— Phil Taylor. Bud Likens, Dwight Schear. Engene Schroeder. Jim Hicks. Russ Holt. Dove Gordon. Ted Morello. GENERAL REPORTERS: Back Row— Maxine Girson. Pat Coburn. Mary Jo Ramaker, Gordon Greimes. Bernice Lee, Pat Russell. Front row — Orvin Nordness, Jane Sells. SPECIAL REPORTERS: Left to right— Jack Sheedy, Virginia Taylor. Russ Holt, Marge Swanson, Jack Ryan. 128
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r- 1 IDAS OT U f f — : r » nn ■ § JERRY HOECK . . . fair-haired boy of Lewis Hall . . . editor, promoter, writer, executive, even takes time out to think up gags . . . public rela- tions mon par excellence . . . promoted soles with candy kisses . . . presented a magazine (barring two issues) that makes readers come back for more . . . pinned Rosemary Elliott as in- surance against queen contests . . . finds it works remarkably well. m GEORGE SELVIDGE . . . associate editor . . . suave blond author of personal sketches . . . can beat Jean on the perennial run around the table . . . versatile publications man . . . writes clever poetry when urged to do so . . . then promotes it heartily throughout Lewis . . . was found useful for culling the best jokes from ex- change mags. JACQUES RUPP . . . lanky, dark and melan- choly member of the associate editor ' s team . . . which denotes that here is the humorist of the staff . . . the man behind a great number of the gaudy covers ... he howled the loudest when the color plates come out wrong . . . any name from Joq to Jocko . . . it ' s still Rupp and ready for a laugh.
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