University of Washington - Tyee Yearbook (Seattle, WA)

 - Class of 1943

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University of Washington - Tyee Yearbook (Seattle, WA) online yearbook collection, 1943 Edition, Page 147 of 388
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Page 147 text:

A f lA LOK . . . ,i.-.Mmv clal.hlrr in .olico,. |Hir.i..r . . . -riiloi III ioiiriKilisiii . . . ;i Tri Dill li -liaiil whosr sluirl sluiirs cnlivciifd many an issue . . . Iicr lieart wears Navv win s. IKDSIZKMOKK . . . I ' lii Deli lioily hoy ...In rneil on I lo |) llifilil cailoons linl cried lor ser- ious illustrations . . . interests centered about art, boojiie woo- fiie piano, and women . . . Col- umns loss and the Arniy " s fjain. Columns year was one of fjross upheavals. First editor George Sehidge put out the Oetoher issue while on two weeks furlough after Army physieal. Sueeeeding Selvidge were arty eartoonist Jaeques Kupp and Daily memher Jean Parker on an alternating editor basis. Studying Navy 7 elaimed Rupp after two issues. Left with the reins was Jean Parker. Next loss was Rohert INIansfiel 1. journalism professor and ad iser to the magazine. Taking o er in her hushands place was Mrs. Norma Mansfield, short story writer for national magazines. With a skeletcui staff Editor Parker carried through Winter and Spring quarter. In an office enlivened hy the tunes of editor ' s radio playing recordings from its one sta- tion, copy featuring e ery part of the campus took form for puhlication. A more seri- ous war time theme was brought oiU in many cartoons, stories and articles. Reminis- cent fiction from coed typewriters longed for the college life before the war. HAZEL MILLIKLN . . . I ' l I ' lii pixie . . . three-year Daily veteran . . . lent a much needed hand to olil pal Parks . . . |ii(iali ,e ill article-. iiilir lews, loothall player.s. MAHI.OWK 1IMMI.N(, . . . .Is. 1 1{(, IMA TA ' LOK ... journalist l )Uchy praetioner of pen and hrusli turned ASI W prexy . . . snooped ar- . . . most versatile associate i-ditor in ticles lor (lolumns while covering ears . . . his philosophical apjiroach i-am])us for P-I . . . journalists ' claim captivated Martha . . . Oval -luh. Siji- to political success. . . ke|)t away from ma Delta (Ihi. -7. President and Psvch on nia;r.

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THE COLUMNS GEORGE SKLVIDGE . . . serious first issue editor . . . idea man supreme . . . autlior of down to earth humor . . . maf; felt iinfiilahie ' a]( whe n Army ehiinied one of liesi editors in years . . . Si;;ma Deha Chi. JEAN PARKER . . . attractive, aiii- mated editor of (lohimns . . . s| ent 1 no vears on llie Dailv . . . ])refers tail l)h nds anil rum cokes . . . with war-ri(hlh d staff ahnost ahine she workeil lonfi and faitli- fiilh hut not in vain . . . her ma ; was a lit on ihe campus. f . :J m- JACOUES RUIM ' . . . editor for two issues . . . top cartoonist for four years . . . his ;:a s and humor artieh-s were re- printed in otiier niajis . . . Gohiuuis ami Sii:nia Ciii will miss deiionair .locko.



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X i V %a- HAROLD THAL, Business Manager COLUMNS BUSINESS STAFF Hardest fleatlline of the year for the Cohinins business staff was tliat (hiriiif; " the big snow. " Cohunns came out ibal iiKHitli and lias i i-rv iiionlh siiici-. cvcii tboufih nearly all the staff has fione Id war. Lcavinf; for the services were Georf;c Knowles. Bill Hunl. I)i k Hcacli. Staff iiicinbers who put in a whole year ' s work are Harold riial, business manager: Dorothy Buelow. advertising manager: Shirley Bower, office and circulation manager. Two firsts were es- lablishe l: Dorothy Buelow. the first girl advertising man- ager and Shirley Bower, firsi to take over both the office and circulalion jobs. UOROTH Bl El.OW. Adverlisiriji Manam-r A fiver I i sing Stalj: Dick Beach, Bill Kelly. George Knowles. Bill Hunl, irginia Draper. Jean Linton. SHIRLEY BOWER. Officer Manager Oj ir,- Slajj: HikI, Hon: BelU W alkin . Betl Rolermmnl. C. ' .mu Anderson. Jean l.inlon. I ' ronI Hon: Mnri.l Da ie,. Kav Ma.Arlliur. INanev Mall. I ' atsv I ' oller. Circulation Slujj: Dorothy Dick, Mary Ann Bishop. Frances Me- Keclinie.

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