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IHtTfl DfLTfl CH W ENIORS: Ray Clough, ' " ' illiom Hunter, August Mordesich. nthony Mordesich, Ray K " ohert Melonder, A. Wesley Thomsen, ohn Wittwer • • JUNIORS: .k, Phillip Franklin. James hHous- on, Chandler Smythe. Ellis Vachon • • SOPHOMORES: Edward How- rd, Harry Hull, Joe Kleicamp, Howard Lightle • • FRESHMEN: James rown. Harold Burns. Charles Canfield, Vern Christenson, Bob Horsley, John Jorris, Jomes Rachford. Ray McCoy W Ed Howard. Joe Kleicamp, and Harold Burns . . . Theta Delts go out for crew, pillared colonial-type house, good librory, give a spring dance — the Singapore Sling. T e 4xwA FIRST ROW: Brown. Burns, Canfield. Clough, Christenson. Dick. SECOND ROW: Franklin. Harris, Horsley, Houston. Howard, Hull. THIRD ROW: Hunter. Kleicamp. Lightle, Lowell, Anthony Mardesich, August Mardesich, Melander. FOURTH ROW: Norris. Rashford, Smythe. Thomson, Vachon. Wittwer. Welsh. 303 h s B S
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IHtTfl CH Jim Bingay m Pingpong players Bill Moo+z and Bill Bailie .... politicians, chair maned Junior Prom for two years, Malamute men, Bowery brawl ir a waterfront " speak. " m GRADUATE: Charles Jackson • • SENIORS: Harris Bowman, Willis Clark, Frank Crimp, Al Formo, Bob hioffman. Bob Hoxsey, Bert Lienhord. Bill Mar- shall. Don McNeill, Jim Merrill, Jo. l K ' Petridqe, Jim Phillips, Jim Rice, Bill Stromme, Doug U: , , , att • • JUNIORS; Doug Bonkson, Fred Becker, Bob Be- ght, Everett Flood, Jim Frii:, Warren Hallgren, Frank Hart, Boi . I ' .csly, Glenn Jones, Bob Lechner, Dean McKay • • SOPHOMORES: Bill Baillie, Dick Dresslar, Bob Erickson, Bill Forrest, John Huff, Donn Morkey, Tom McCormick, John Naromore. Leon Sayer, Herb Snelgrove, Jack Stenvig, Worren Wood O • PLEDGES: Jim DePartee, Larry Evans, Ryder Giske, Bob Hollberg, Jack Honey, Murray Haskell, Al Jonsen, Doug Kirby, Lee Lambert, Wayne Luders, Jerry Luther, Bill Mootz, Jim Nash, Bill Noland, Bob Payne, Woldon Redhead, Barry Rogers, Bill Terry, Roy Utterstrom, Bill Varnes, Doug White, Jock Wright, Jock J. Wright. e f r c MiA ji ££L FIRST ROW: Aaberg, Baillie, Bankson, Becker, Bennett, Bright, Clark, Crimp, Departee. Erickson. Evans. Flood. SECOND ROW: Formo. Frits. Giske, Hallberq. Hallgren. ttanev. Hart, Haskell, Healy. Hoesly. Hoffman. Hoxsey. THIRD ROW: Jackson. Jansen. Jones, Lambert. Lechner. Llenhard. Luders. Luther. Marshall. McCormick. McKay. McNeill, FOURTH ROW : Moot!, Morse, Most. Naramore, Nash, Noland, Payne, Peasley, Petridge. Phillips. Red head. Rice. FIFTH ROW: Rogers, imalley. Snelgrove. Stenvig. Stromme. Terry. Urquhart, Utterstrom. Yarns. White. Wood. Jack Wright. Jack J. Wright 302 Liu
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IHHfl I M SENIORS: Earl Fife, Bill Skillings, Jim Zeigler, Karl Zimmerman • « JUNIORS: Joseph Beoudin, Bob Bracken. Louis Bushan, Mel Engel, Elmer Rydeen, Bob Slocum. Jack Wagner • • SOPHOMORES: Morgan Bell, Ray Broughton, Roger Dahl, Leonard Johnson, Don Smith, Jack Sperry, Dean Verretto, Bill Ward, Bruce Worden • • FRESHMEN: Dick Collison, Ted Corning, Irvin Fleek, George Frick, Kenny Leonard, Frank Quackenbush, Bob Spohr, Harold Syverson, Bill Zerotsky. Jock Wagner m Jim Zeigler and Joe Beaudin, house croquef fiends . . . hove a house mascot, Minnie the Rat, lots of bond members, proud of their yard, give Wednesday night faculty dinners. f ' - - ' Pl T », 4R r - Mm MiMLMOiM FIRST ROW: Jack Wagner, president; Beaudin, Bell, Bracken, Broughton, Callison, Corning, SECOND ROW: Dahl, Engel, Fife, Johnson, Quackenbush, Skillings, Slocum. THIRD ROW; Smith, Spahr, Syverson, Ward, Worden, Zeigler, Zeratsky, Zimmerman. 304 ■AJ
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