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mmw soc Deal, president; Gi " ahn, Sage. UH Ammonii Socli is made up of chemists and chemical engineers. The organization promotes good fellowship and furthers the social activities of its members. PRESIDENT: John Deal; VICE-PRESIDENT: Fied Sage; SECRETARY- TREASURER: Ralph Grahn; CUSTODIAN OF THE DUMBELL: Paul Jensen; FACULTY ADVISOR: W. L. Beuschlein; MEMBERS: A. A. Anderson, Glen Andrews, Don Beach, Ail Beck Marvin BIckenbach, Don Chaffee, Penfield Collins, Bob Connolly, Paul Conolley, John Deal, Norbert Degendorfer, Frank DeVry, Dempster Drowley, Spencer Greaves, Ralph Grahn, Cris Gregores, Jim Hamilton, Paul Jensen, Irving Kanarek, Tom Kanno, Edwin Korpi, Bill Lewis, Milton Lewis, Verne Loop, Hal Moddock, James Mathies, Art Mitchell, John Mc- Kinnell, Harvey Menard, Dick Morris, Jack Newman, Rolvin Petrie, Eric Rotcliffe, Hal Rathvon, Ken Raymond, Fred Sage, Bob Shervem, Paul Stewart, Dick Storkan, Roland Sundstrom, Dick Van Ingen, Pete Wapato, Beinord V endrow, Sam Yonkelowitz. PRESIDENT: James Losey; VICE-PRESIDENT: Don Schmidt; SECRE- TARY: John Holtum; TREASURER: Kelly Toomey; SOCIAL CHAIR- MAN: Jim Fisher. QUI OF ADELPHI PRESIDENT: Don Kennedy; VICE-PRESIDENT: Ted Christensen; SEC- RETARY-TREASURER: Lloyd Osen; SOCIAL CHAIRMAN: Don Quackenbush. BETA MU PRESIDENT: Jim Fisher; VICE-PRESIDENT: Bruce Johnson; SECRE- TARY-TREASURER: Sig Johnson; SOCIAL CHAIRMAN: Cecil Bailey. FRATRES PRESIDENT: John Holtum; VICE-PRESIDENT: Brad Gillespie; SEC- RETARY-TREASURER: Herb Luckin; SOCIAL CHAIRMAN: Guy McForlond. HU The aim of Adelphi Is to provide fraternal and social opportunities for Independent men and to further friendship and fellowship among students. Losey, president; H o 1 1 u rr Fisher, Schmidt, Toome Kennedy. mm 342
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fILPHfl TflU OfLIfl Schuler, president; Bowie, Goblin, Richards, Stein. The purpose of this organization is +0 fos+er friendship and interest in the nursing profession among college women. PRESIDENT: Ruthe Schuler; VICE-PRESIDENT: Harriet Richards. RECORDING SECRETARY: Rosemory Bowie; CORRESPONDING SECRETARY: Frances Stein; TREASURER: Betty Giblin. MEMBERS: Jane Akiyama, Ruth Barmey, Dorothy Beaulieu. Rosemary Bowie, Phyllis Cooper, Barbate Cornell, Grace Adele Downey. Kotherlne Eichinger, Betty Giblin. Mary Hayashi. Barbara Hubley, Sylvia John- son, Mary Jones, Alice Jost, Ruby Kayer, Jean Kennedy. May Kurose, Mario Lillsjo, Mollie Maassen, Eleanor Maurer, Cleo McNulty, Hozel Meacham, Clare Nicholson, Evelyn NIeradzik, Florence Peterson, Mar- garet Rees, Harriet Richards, Ruthe Schuler, Elsie Smith, Priscilla Sparks, Frances Stein, Caroline Summerson, Lucille Ward, Michiko Watonabe. Organized for women majoring or minoring in tion Club offers both social and professional adva semblies. PRESIDENT: Florence Beam; VICE-PRESIDENT: Betty Moe; SECRE- TARY-TREASURER: Pat Ashcraft; HISTORIAN: Grace Bodley. FACULTY ADVISOR: Dorothy McLean. MEMBERS: Patricia Ashcraft, Betty Barton, Florence Beam, Harriet Becker, Barbara Behme, Grace Bodley, Dorothy Bretzke, Chorlotte Brown, Mary Bucklnqhom, Evelyn Carlson, Helen Clork. Phyllis Connor, Yvonne Donforth, Gloria Deth- mon, Minnie Emry, Julia Fint, Betty Gulon, Daphne Halley, Grace physical education, the Women ' s Physical Educa- ntages as informal dances, dinners, hikes, and as- Horrison, Phyllis Hllborn, Betty Jamison, Marianne Jonsen, liene Jenkins, Patricia Kenney, Jane Lasater, Dorothy Manley, Marybelle McGee, Betty Moe, Margaret Morgan, Josephine Neilson. Patricio O ' Hara, Ruth Porter, Dorsey Reed. Abbie Rehberg, Carol Richstod, Norma Richstod, Elsie Schoeffer, Ortho Seaman, Mavis Slettabo, Betty Smith, Gloria Stamatis, Mary Stapp, Eileen Smythe, Florence Thwing, Maiyann Waltz, Janet Ward. Helen Welgel, Joan Welch, Beverly Wight, Marjorie Youn . FIRST ROW: Ashcraft, Bar- ton. Beam, Connor. SEC- OND ROW: Guion, Jen- kins, Kenny, Slettabo, Wel- gel. luomtn ' s PHysicfiL fDucfiiiofi club 341
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}0 Pi Mu Chi piomotes a greater spirit of unity among pre-medic students and encour- ages a higher standard of scholarship. Mem- bership requirements include a minimum grade point average for two years of 3.1. PRESIDENT: Sid Nelson; VICE-PRESIDENT: Lowell Honey; SEC- RETARY-TREASURER: Ben Uyeno: FACULTY ADVISOR: Dr. J. L. Worcester; FACULTY MEMBERS: Dr. Frederick Cresitelll, Dr. W. Dehn, Dr. J. M. Dille, Dr. C. A. Hannum, Dr. A. W. Mortin, A. R. Morris, Dr. E. R. Norris, Dr. T. G. Thompson. MEMBERS: Sam Adams, Minoru Araki, John Bell, Wesley Brock. Dave Bools. Erwin Dailey, Stan Davis, Ralph Foster. Frank Fox. James Garvin, Lowell Honey, John Hansen, James Horgiss, Art Herstad, Norio Higono. Bryan Honkawa, Glenn Horton, BUI Hoyer, Don tddins, Valmor Joyne, Kazo Kimuro, EichI Koiwai, Jerry Kopet. Horuo Kumokura, George Kumasaka. Earl Lairison. Al Lobb, Charles Lunde. Phil Monson. Garth Mooney, Sid Nelson, Leslie Paul, Keith Pearson. Alf Pederson, Bob Richey, George Sawada, Frank Shimizu, Wes Thompson, Ben Uyeno. William Wayman. George Youngstrom. P CH oap ' T FIRST ROW: Nelson. President; Adams, Araki. SECOND ROW: Brock, Davis. THIRD ROW; Foster, Horgiss. Higano, Honkawa. FOURTH ROW; Horton, Kimuro, Kumokura. Kumasaka, Lunde. FIFTH ROW: Mathers, Mooney, Paul. Pederson. Thompson. SIXTH ROW: Uyeno, Verhulst, Way- man, Westerfield. Youngstrom. 343
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